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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Publishod Every Tuoeday and Friday
$',2 PER YKAR.IN U3VANOE
When not o paid $2.50 will be charged."
K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train leaves Ilowland at 7:00 a. in., returning
at 4:50 p. m. ,
L. ATTIoCALTiME CARD.
Mail train going North ,.. 1131pm
" " South.... 131pm
Express train " South., 57 pm
" North.. - 397am
Loral Freight North 630 am
South 5 JSP m
The latter train also carry passengers.
The above t calculated on ttandard time. Solar
time ii about 90 minutes falter
Of the various Baking Powders illustrated
from actual tests.
GRANT'S' (Alum)... sTsssTi
RUMFORD'S (frcth).. .MH
HANFORD'S (when fresh)
CHARM (Alum Powder)..
DAVIS" and 0. K. (Alum)
PIOHEER'San Francisco).. .
SNOW FLAKE iGrofTi)
HARFORD'S (None Such), wh:n not fresh
PEARL (Andrews & Co.)
BUMFOSD'S (Phosphate), hen not fresh
Reports of Government Chemists.
" The Royal Baking Powder is composed of
pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not
contain cither alum or phosphates, or other injurious
G. Love, Ph.D."
" The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly
the purest and most reliable baking powder
offered to the public.
" Henry A. Mott, M. D Ph. D."
"The Royal Baking Powder is purest In quality
and highest in strength of any baking powder
of which I have knowledge.
Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D."
"All Alum baking powders, no matter how
high their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous.
Phosphate powders liberate their gas
too freely, or under climatic changes sufier deterioration.
R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S.
. Office on Main street, oppositePortman House,
upstairs. Nitrous Oxide las giscn for painless
DR. W. 13. PENNY,
Office South sidi Main street, in office recently
vacated by Dr. I, F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky 1
WALLACE E. VARNON,
Attorney at Law,
Stanford, ----- Kentucky.
Will practice in all the courts of this and
counties and In lite courts of appeal.
lOfficcovcr McRoterts .t Stagg's drug stoe.
We will proc ute to the full extent of the law
very person found on our lands with gun and
iog or net. 1 G. LYNN
03 Mrs. ALICE TUCKER, t
FOPu SAIE. '-
My Nov House on Main St., i
Stanford, Ky. Tor terms apply to Mr W, II. I
Mlggins, Sl.nit jr.i.or to me at uanvtue, fy.
3 LOTTIE N HOLMES.
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WM.A DAMS&S ON,
3LEXINGTON, - - KY.J
A reported Mnrvelnn lr
Wonders will novor ccusel At losist
it scorns so. Something now is constantly
bolnp; Invented, nnd If thltiKs
contlntio tho snmo way for nnollier
contury notliiugwillbc impos:ilbkiind
It will not bo necessary for peoplo to
worlc nl till simply sit by nnd sea somo
mechanical contrivance perform every
function In tho labor world. I
for Inventions nnd discoveries, It
Is snfo to say that a St l'nul man
off the palm. His name Is August
itoorfrlod. and ho Is a Ilunjjurinn about
years of ajii. Ho has lived
In comparative poverty on tho West
Sido for several yonr.i, ournlnjr Por
livlnp; by wniinsr at his trade of a
but, if his new discovery
proves a success of which thoro Is no
doubt ho will count his wealth by tho
millions. Tho discovery In this: By
a combination of chemicals, tho nature
of which ho refuses to he has
discovered u liquid which will dissolve
stone with Incredible rapidity. Tho dissolution
is not tho crumbling kind or
disintegration oeeisloned by treating
marble with sulphuric acid, but a
transformation from solid to
liquid. Marble and granite,' lime and
sandstono tiro nllko dissolved by the
mere submergence In a vat tilled with
dissolving liquid. No matter what
kind or how hard the stono Is, tho
ct Is tho same. What is tho strangest
part of it nil is that the stone, nftci
being dissolved, forms into a sort ol
slrupy substanc, which om bo up.
plied to any thing having a stone 01
glass surface with a brush, and immediately
hardens so that to make an
impression, on it oven with a chisel is
almost an impossibility. By applying
some other chemical Hoorfriod has
dlsoovorod that tho liquid thickens Into
a heavy muss, which can ho run into
molds and baked llko bricks. After It
has been subjected to tho boat for a
certain length of time it becomes
lutrdor than flint, and almost as transparent
ns glass, and by polishing It assumes
a brilliant luster. It varies in
colors according to tho kind of stone
used, and can bo had from a bright
ril to a beautiful uztiro . huo.
Now, Boorfrled's idea is that this
liquid of his can be used in making
a substance for tho construction of
residences, iloors, and even windo.ws.
By taking this liquid and sprinkling it
on a street previously coated with
asphalt a imvoaisut as glossy and
smooth as n toboggan slide can bo produced.
Ihls would hardly bo profitable,
however, yet tho Idoa is a good
me, and by further research somo
process for roughening the surface
will bo discovered. Just imnglno n
residence built of transparent stono. so
that when a lamp is lighted in tho interior
Its rays, softened and changed
Into roseate hues, can be scon shining
through from tho streot Tho effect
would bo marvelous and beautiful.
Mr. Boorfrled claims thut car whcols
can be made from tho stuff, also rails;
and there Is no ronton why It should
be doubted, If tho olhoi is trtio. He
expects to go Knst and endeavor to interest
wealthy capitalists to tako hold
of tho matter with him. Ho refuses to
t Into what tho liquid is
composed of. as he says he does not intend
thnt other peoplo shall tako away
from him what has taken him nonrly
his whole llfo to perfect. St. Paul
ON A SIAMiSE RIVER.
A rniior.iui I Y tosn tciaitl Would llo
lliird to foul.
Haiti fell heavily dtii'Insf tlio night,
waahin the faco of nature,
the tfeea, ch'arliiij tho air and
thus brightening ho whole landscape
The cool freah morning air that bathed
our hands and faces as wo started soon
after daybreak was scented with tho
ft'.igi'iinco of (lowering shrubs and
trees, and tho panorama wo passed
through was delightful. Temples
decorated with.dar.c red and gold and
picturesque monasteries woro sot llko
gems in tlio beautiful fringes of foliage
I .at skirted tho banks. Women nnd
gayly itttirod in n striped petticoat,
or ono of a small tartan, and a
silk scarf thrown over tho left
shoulder, tripped along barefooted on
their way to tlio markot with
lmkets of 'lowers nnd garden produce.
Horo u group of men and
i jut squatting on tho sands, having
a chat before crossing tho ford,
Three men, women and children, with
Uu'ir garments tucked up above their
cuees. laughed nnd joked as thoy
waded tho stream. Groups of children
playing in tho water dashed it about
.Hid (plashod each other. Cattlo were
j wing on tho banks on thoir way to
pasture. Tho sun was lighting up tho
ba'il pates and yellow gurmotits of tho
monks and acolytes, who woro passing
in procession' carrying their bogging
Kiwis through tho streets, Women
a. id children woro reverently awaiting
t' e approach of tho monies, and
little cups of i'Ict and s;tucors of
lh. and condlmonts Into thulr bowols.
while the muni's nt least tho voitnir
oues, who havo tho roputatlon of be
lli,' a jovial crow peeped ovor thoir
f.,ns, which woro Intondul to vail fair,
women from their sight. Hlack woods'
Not A.togo hor Alono.
Th ro .ih a very small audlcnco
fi and H was rapidly ilwindling
:miij'. On tho slnifo tho liero and the
ucroiiic mo holding a rondo.vous.
i.i to llnroljio Arc wo alono?
1 1 , i !ni fthijiklii'r of the uudlonco)
i ill r nry '. w i riat tile
. . '. . - .1 " I'.
TRAGEDY OF THE
A llnuiliMln ThNt Will ITolmt.lf Alsrnja
Itiiiu 11 H ,lli story.
A stranso case Cut of tho soaman
rescued from Arcn is Key. tho sandy
Island olT tho coast of Yucatan, tho
othor day, and to
jus'io becuusj ho had Lilted 0110 of
hfs companion. "I had to do It," ho
said; "It was my llfo or his. When ho
attacked mi! 1 shot him bcauso ho
camo riisMng upon mo with a kuifi.
1 uas sorry 1 had lit kill him, and l"
and my companion gnvo him Christ inti
burial." If Charles Hondo had mado
this thing, which actually happened
on that lone Island in tho tropic seas,
oiio of tho central points in a grout
novel, thousand.! of readers would
have Pit I J: How dramatic! how
thrilling! and how lmprobablol"
It would sc.ireely have occurred to
them tint it ml,'ht really happen, just
as strange things . happen every day.
The nutiiils of .shipwreck are tilled with
accounts of the iiuro itouing uti.l generally
disinterested dislikes which
spring up between the unfortunate
castaways. A man innocent of all
gullo suddenly his life In
danger from the unrostrnined
passion of one of his fellows. Freed
from tho restraints of law, and fancying
that thoy may novor bo roturno 1 to
r ;)laco whore laws will become
upon them again, men act out
tlulr llerco impulse.-. Tho man who
hps been shipwrecked on nn Island or
an inhospitable coast with five or six
companions in misfortune appreciates
fully, whon ho gets back to tho domain
of law. that tho finest triumph of civilization
is the "kooplu ; of the pea o In
street and mart and till the busy
Imunta of men."
Tho Arenas JUoy homicide will always
remain a mystery. Ho who
committed it does no; know why tho
iiiaii wiuiin ne Kiuett p'r.tttreil tu assaulting
him, or why he had sworn
that ho would never allow him to
leave tho Island alive. His comrade,
vho saw tho shooting, confirms tho
slayer's story In every particular.
These three men were in no immediate
danger of want on' tho island
where they had been left. Thoy h.ul
abundance of food nnd water, ond
would have been happy had not the
passion of ono of them llamcd up at
another, mid refused to bo pacified
with any thing sh rt oj murder. Tho
Department of Justice has done all
that it could; It has thoroughly sifted
tho seaman's story, and, accepting It
as the statement of a case
of legitimato has
allowed him to go free. Tho
human mind Is a fathomless mystery;
tho victim certainly did not oven
dream when ho found himself upon
tho island with two companions that
ho was to be smitten with rago
against ono of tluun. and was. In tho
act of attacking him, to bo slain. Nor
did tho slayer believe it pnsslblo that
ho could tako a life. Perhaps he believed
Hint his environment was entirely
to blame, and that ho has incurred
no responsibility in blotting
out an existence to defend his own. If
ho had done the d.'ed where tho law
was operative ho would always havo
fell a certain doubt us to whether ho
had acted rightlv in slaying tho
A I'Ihtch l'i i f t'litiitorxil In i
IIh nml (
The Ashirot Assyrians are wild and
untutored In their habits and customs.
Thoir Christianity consists in llttlo
mora than a passionate clinging to n
faith they do not comprehend, and
which from this very fact is powerless
to inlluonce their morals. Not only
are there no schools among them, hut
their clorgy nru incapable of Instructing
thoir iloclis In tho nullinonti of religion;
somo of thorn aro qiilto titiablo
to conduct as. 'rvlce. othor.4 can repeat
the Import-nit purls by heart, while it
few can road tlio ancient manuscripts
which are still in daily usu throughout
tho country because there ar no
prlntul books. It Is comparatively
rare to find a priest who can both rc:.d
and write with facility; all othor learn
ing Is absolutely wanting. Duly during
tho winter months, when the snow
blocks tho entrances to tho
mountains, when all agriculture is
at a standstill and Kurdish attacks
Impossible, could those Ashirets
givo their minds to education; in th
past winter It -v. W. II. Ilrovwio. of tho
Archbishop of Canterbury's mission,
has been able to make a verv small
beginning In this direction. During
tho rest of tho year tlio peoplo till their
ground and pasture thoir Hocks armed
to the teeth, ready to repel tho attack j
af which they 11 vo In constant dread.
Indeed, tho Ashirot Assyrians aro in
tho position of a beleaguered garrison
in a siogo which is novor raised; an
unending succession of assaults and
sorties leaves them neither time nor
inclination to think of more peaceful
mutters. Their whole conversation is
limited to three Mibjecls guns, tlio
Kurds, anil tin harvest. On ono occasion
during my journey through tho
Ashirct vnllcys in ISdC, after vainly
trying to interest a chief in conversation,
it oceunod to mo that u description'
of the Mux. .11 .110 might
him. Tho until1 faco brightened at
tho roliititm of tho mtiriulons powers
of the weapn'i. and wlimi I had tlnU'ieil
ho said: "A.i, If wo Oi.! lin. 1 ji gun
llic; th.it wo kWii.uU! no; f. t.r
No man utujisl iiit..o si.u!i a gun; it
must liavu' huuii i 1 1 v mid lis' tho is
- - -
A goltl bruk vvl'iilitr in Xmv
i'or, I '; 1 " l.i'f a
IK'S 1,1.1 ' 1 ."iui
bit us t.i.' uionoy.'
, $2&4t,l Usvfs'tsjaftflt'w,;, ...
.,-. . ritMlr MgT'' .. v
Bin 1 i.LjjMufti iliiiiMtiTiif 1 ib
Nuth Clnrkson reports miothor boy
at his house which makes tho 14th heir
Democrats here are Jubilant over tho
lato democratic victories pcorod in tho
dipt. Sprodlin, with his eillcient
corps of surveyors, have been stationed
here several days.
The Conuueieial Hotel has been
crowded with B. H. men and other patrons
for bcutiiI days.
The Swope (toodloe tragedy nt
is the absorbing topic now. Col.
Swopo lins many personal friends in this
vicinity, who sadly lament his untimely
J. P. Crow reports having bought
tho largest assortment of holiday goods
ever brought to McKinncy. Gooch
Davidson havo opened up their stock of
On account of tho much rain
are slow about gathering their corn.
Givcns it Carter and A. B. McKinncy
delivered to Tanner Mills some old corn
at S2.W. S. C. Powell is making his
fall delivery for the Ogden Nun-cry,
Mrs.,M. V. 'fabler returns thanks
and heartfelt gratitude to the good people
of McKinncy and vicinity for their
every kindness during the late nnd long
illness of her daughter, Miss Pearl. H.
II. Crow has taken his stock and gone
to his farm in Barren county. W. S
Gooch is in Cincinnati this week buying
goods for tlio firm. Mrs. J. T.
is reported quite sick. Mrs. S. C.
Powell is visiting her mother, .Mrs.
Mrs. Dr. Smith lias returned
from a visit to Nicholasville. Samuel
Davidson, of Burgin, is visiting his pa-,
miitu nml brothers nt this place. John
Lasloy, of Perry ville, paid the old folks
a visit from Friday until Monday. Hiker
Iindram, of Ijtncastcr, nnd James
Fnrris, of were hero the first of
Bucklen's Arnica Sa Ive
The best sslve in the world for cuts, bruises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup.
lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir
ed. It Is guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction,
or money retunded Price J$ cents pet boi.
For sale by A. R. Pennv, Stanlord, h.y.
Mr, W, II. Morgan, merctiaut, take City, Fla.
was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a dis.
tressing Cough and running into Consumption in
its first stages. He tried many o called popular
cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was
reduced in flesh, had difficulty In breathing and
was unable to sleep. Finally tried Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption and found immediate
relief, and after using about a hnlf doten bottles
found himself well and has had no return of the
disease. No other remedy can show so grand a ,
recordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what is
claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. K. 1'enny s
This rcmetly is becoming so well known und so
need no special mention All who
popular H9 U IIV." ' ' --- -- -
Electric Hitters sin( the same ug ol ,
base us ed imiuiv r. , ,. . I
nraise. A purer medicine does not ensi ami u is
guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric ,
Hitters ..i.'. will -...- all .tu... of the l.veranu Kid- i
ness, will rcmose I'lmples, lloils. Salt Hheum and
other .iffections caused by impure blood. III (
drise Malaria from the ssstcin and present as j
well as cure all Malarial Kevrrs For a cure of
Iteauacnc, Constipation and M.Irjrhl.e -
trie llittcr T.ntirc satisfaction gauranteed bottle or I
moncv relundeii rricc 50c u !"
A U. Penny' drug store.
Corcoran's art gallery in Washington
will be more popular than ever THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE
when Mis. Cleveland's life size portrait,
now being painted, is placed thcie.
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Bojjg's Chorry CouBh Syrup
Isgising splendid sat.sfuctlon to the tiode and
niarvelous, hiih can be
the sales are positively
accounted for in no other way except that It l
without doubt the best on the market. Ask for
and be sure yougettlie genuine. We keep it. A.
U. Penny, Druggm
What A Fortuno
Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware j
of the short time it takes f..r a disordered luer t
cause u'litihis on the fac, and a dark greasy skin.
One bottle of III.OOD PUHItltKanu
IILOOD MAKER will restore this organ to its
natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood
of all impurities. It is meetm with wonderful
...-,..., W ounrantee cverv A. It. Pen
Wasliingtoii, the last of the four
new States, was formally admitted to tlio
union by proclamation Tuesday afternoon,
making the -I'-M State.
A Good Couph Syrup.
There is nothing parents should be so careful
about as selecting u cough syrup. Ileggs' Cherry
Cough S)rup costs no more than tho cheap and inferior
nostrums thrown on the market. Tho best s
none too good, be nireatid get HEGOS'CHEKUV I
COUGH SYRUP. We keep Hon nana at all 1
inie. A R. Peuny, Druggist,
Joe Ililinan, wlio murdered a
,, , , , ii.,,.,, v .. I 1
uicr, was iiuiihiu svsjuisuisij. ,
Another batcll of rJbVCIl COIlvictS Wns j
im11111.11 TllCSdny, IliakillV 47 HOW OUt on
"..ii ., I
parole. Among the last lot is John lay
lor, sent up for life for murder in 1871),
committed in lloyle county.
Tho "Mother's Frtond."
Not only shortens labor nnd lessens pain
iOiut greatly diminishes the danger to tho
livasof both the mother and the child if used a few
months before confinement. Write to the ltiad
Held Regulator Co. Atlanta, G.t , for further particular.
I'or sale by A. U. Penny, Stanford.
IT-In oil tho World thoro 1b but ono
euro, Dr. Halnoa' Goldon Spoctuo
It can bo g.sin in a cup of tea or coffee u.lihini' ,
e knowledge of the person taking II, clTccilug a j
speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient
a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Tnomands of drunkards base been cured who
have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee
without their knowledge, und to-day believe they
quit drinking of their own f will. No
result, from its administration. Cures guar.
anleed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad.
dress in confidence Co., 185
Hacc Street, Cincinnati, O.
11 ISS KATE BOGLE
Is a Candidate for Superintendent of l'ublic
Schools of Lincoln county. Klectlnn August, iSoo.
IH. F. Brinkley
Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals,
subject to the action of Ihe Democratic parly
Klcc.lon August, iSuq.
S. O. DAVIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
MT. VKUNON, I V,
Office neat door to Whitehead's Drug Store,
Special attention given to diseases ot children
HARRY A. EVANs,
Enginecrincr and Surveying in
On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Merchandise,
Ac , apply to the old
Pennsylvania Fire Insuranco Co.
Lightning clauses attached and damages paid
whet ler tire ensues or not.
'7 (JKO, II Agent.
Men's Outfitter I
51J Fourth Avenue,
Louisville, - Kentucky.
C. A. BENEDICT & CO.,
Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters,
"TAN FORD, KY
Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished it
factory prices. jo
I. M. HRUCE,
mi SALE MD FED STABLE,
Sl'KCIAL ATTKNTION to COMMKHCIAL
travelers. Horses and mutts bought and s.ld.
Only first-class horses and vehicles used in livery.
Also agent for the
WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO.
CT. HI. HILTON
CHAII ORCHARD. KY
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps
Hoots, Shoes. Clothing, Hardware,
rinware, furniture and a
Conornl Lino of Crocorios,
t ...... r.M.i... r.A.. .
All kinds of Produce taken in eschangc for goods.
Office on Lancaster Street, nppo.ite Court-House
Having removed to this nuce from I.lncriy, to
nrartlrssi litsv tifofe facinn rillss ths ttlfnlinn of . lh ...
- -.- ...- ..-.....-.. v
pub licto the fact that he ill be readyut all hours
dar or nlghtto anser calls In town or country.
Thirty Tears othls lite v. ere spent In Stanford and
he deems it unnecessary to speak ol his ability as
"physician and surgeon A sharcof the patron.
people olstanford and vie nity Tsasked
L hm 6
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'.Dn U r.U f
liwsissswitl wss v s si s. r
"JtlAJK GIUHtJ KOUTK.
FAST LINE METWEEN
LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI.
SCHEDULE IN Er'FKCT MAY u. 188,
No i. , No. 4 No 6
South-Hound. 1 I'.x Situ.
Ei Sun. Dail)
Lve Cincinnati ... 8 10 a m m I ml ' 3$ pin.
Lve Covington... S 30 a m t 09 P m, s 4J P m
Lve Falmouth t 44 a m v 17 V "i IMpni
Arr Paris 11 10 a m 10 ji p mi S 40 P rn
Arr Leslngton. u oopm 11 00 l m 0 jO p in
Lve Paris.."... ...7 11 jo is 111
Arr Winchester.. is 05 p m . I o jo p m
Arr Itichmond.... 1 3 V " , 7 30 p m
Arr Lancaster.... 4 30 p m
Arr Stanford , 4 50 V "i,
Lve Richmond .., 45 ' "',
Arr Herea, 3 00 p m
Arr l.caington,.., S ao p m
North-Hound, No. 3, No. 1.
l.ve Livingston.., 8 00 ' a in
Lve llerea. 10 35 a m
Arr Richmond. 11 45 a 111
Lve Stanford 7 00 a m
Lve Lancaster.... 7 40 a in
Arr Richmond.... 9 45 am
Lve Kiihmnnd.... 1 40 p 111 6 10 a in
Arr Winchester. 3 30 p in 7 '5 a m
Arr Pans 4 10 p m 7 4 a m
Lve Lexlugton ... 3 45 P I" 7 00 3 45 prn
Lve Paris. 4 5 P m 5J 4 35 p m
Lve ralmoiilh 5 30 p m 9 IJ 5 07 p m
,rr Covington 0 3J v m 10 35 7 jo p m
Arr Cincinnati 6 43 p 111 10 45 3JP m
()n ,nejUv,vie iranch, No 9. leaves Paris at
800, am and No. 11, at 545. P m, arriving at
Maysvilleat toaj, am, and 8 io, p m. No. ic
iea es .laysvioe ai ),ij 4 in, mnvniK ui i an ui
740, am. No. 13 leaves Maysville at 1 to and
arrives at Paris it 4 05, p 111. These trains are
daily except Sunday,
No. 43 leases Lexington lu 03 am; arrives Paris
10 45 am; except Sunday
No. 8 leaves Cincinnati j 13 pm; arrives I'. ilmoutn
7opm: except aunuay,
No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin.
nati7 55amj exceiit Minuay,
No-, 33 leaves Cincinnati 8 30 a m; arrives
10 jo a m; Sunday only. ,
No. 33 leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in; arrives Cincinnati
6 is p m J Sunday only.
I rain Notes: no. 3 runs iiauy Deiween i.cxing.
ton nod Cincinnati. to 4 runs daily between
Pint imiati and Lcxltielnli
Nos, a and 6 make connections at Winchester R
loriiointsontheN N. .b M. V. Uy
Nn a mile, ibis cminectiniiat I.exincton.
IMPORTANT. I rains 01 this line now urrise
hom he CentraI Unnn ,,,enser
Stnl)n Cincinnati, making connections for all cal
mini. N'nrth. East and West.
Through tickets nnd biggoge checked to any ly
destination by a railroad.
For full particulars address any agent ol the Co.
K. H. BACON, S. F. II. MORSE,
Travcl'uiL' Pass'g'r Agt., Gen'l Pass''rAct.,
Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky,
ILK HUNTINGTON, General Manager,
Chamber of Commerce Building, Cincinnati, O
Xi YiftT r - A
$ CREAM 1
if LEXINGTORTiKY. 'J
All persons wishing pleasant life and veil
Pleased wife let them use 1'alcnt frliiiir mid. St
atanfii rd Roller Mills Call for ii at vnur rro.
eery, and if they have not got it ou band, urge
Ihrm to keep It, or get an order from them and
get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant
and interesting lainily
9 W N I'O ITS, Superintendent
&lvery, ccd and Sale Stable
W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS.
Rood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hits
on reasonable terms London Ii the most convea
lent point on th railroad to reach places in th
in Ihe mountain s Hon of the State 10
E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor
No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation,
and Its proprietor Is determined that
shall be maintained.
He has recently aiJed to tts appointments
Pool and Illlllnrd Parlors
A First-Class Livory Stablo
To the demands of bis increased
transient pairnnag. Ilest Turnouts furnuhtd
Commercial Travelers and others.
THE GALT HOUSE,
THE LARGEST AND FINEST
HOTEL IN THE CITY.
RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING
TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOI EL
xwhm. unBMmTnir m
OUotatvair m. Aimt i
A NEW FAST MAIL
I sung both
LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI
Dai'). Sri. ires to Travelers,
THE MOST RAPID ROUTE
Ever attcmt ted beirrn il.- great commercial
enies on the Omo Riser and Chicsgo. and hencs
s iinr n roosi comiertalile trains be.
twrcn all iwlHls in the Smith, or to the West and
Northwest. Ihe counterpart of this train on all
trunk lines is denominated Ihe Limited Express
The superb rolling stix. we empley gives patrons
"""A ", -"up" Ticket Oltices in the South
ynu will find mil time ui.les and tickets. Say Mo-non,
get Monon and sKL in Monon, il you 'ant
to save money and have a pleasant journey.
i: o. Mccormick.
t.eneral Pasiencer Agent, Chicago
City ticket Agents
K A lOUKh.NCr.r, Vinq s-, LlnciniMtl, 0
M Ky. Route !
N N. A- M V Co. E. I).
Only one Night out to Now York.
Solid Vestibuled Trains to
uuiuiiiuru, now YorK,
Clo.c connctionsfor Boston and all points East
EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 188),
"'stMai .i, Ves." Accom
EASTWARD. ..Daily I Express. Daily
Ex. Sun ' Daily. I-x Sun
l.ve Stanford s ar lm!., ,, .
' .... Lexmsion. .? .. V. '1 f " " 3'
-. -. -. u 10
" Winchester J J pm
13 4t llll
" K. U. Junctivn. ...:.:..'..; 7 00 pm o 40 pm
" Ml. Sterling t J; , m 7 .to pm
11 !.""?" oj pm I
Morehead 3 "J pm 8 jj'pm
1 Olive Hill.. 9 38 pm
4 oj pm
Ashland. 40 pm
0 03 pm 10
" 37 pm
Catletisimig 6 so pm o jo pin
iiiiiiiington 6 jo pm 1 30 am
Arr White Sulphur...!
' Washington ' 10 50 am
" Baltimore .,' "a 35 pm
" 3 i pm
" Philadelphia New York 1 6 ij pm
9 30 pm
OldPulntComlorl 40 pm
'1'ril.t. I........ t --I
terfor Kichinon.f, Ky. ani
' "" " rv. U. K,
Limited Vestibule from New
mna, " iiiiiinsiunanil all points
Mv.inifiuii nt 4 47 ji ni diuli ' arrives ut
ant mall from Huntington. W. Va and all
except Sunday Lexingtoi at -4'' P m,
Accommodatlon from Ol i. 11. 1 ,
oints. Richmond. Kv.. .,. ""u..n" . 'onil
111. rri...... I ..1... . '.. "-I"""" oil the K. C
ri.nl iin.l r il.T ..' ." ' a 111. dailv. ..v.
-.,-...........,, I Ut IILU rates and sleeping-car
s. a. moS&SfWn""'
V- .?4y,.rMj". fu,to,jeiljiit&,:;'Jm, 'sWtlsigifi r . I
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