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a. c.walton, nus. MannKor ... Stanford, Kv., StlTKMHKli 7, 1SSS I'ubllHhod Evory Tuoaday and Friday I A1 I S'-i LMCIt YJ3A.JMX ADVAXCK! osTWlitn not o paid S2.SO will be chargcd." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train lfj HimliPil Hi 5'H a m anj 7 art a m ar.O return ill 6 p m ami 4(1 p m MEANS BUSINESS. Watch i:s and jewelry repaired anil warranted. A. II. I'enny. TiiKbt'ft place to buy drug, patent medicines and toilet articles U at A. It. 1'ennyV. lU'Y your fchool hookH, ink, tnbletK. paper. iencils and nchool supplies of all kiiitW from A. 1!. Penny. 1 iniumiitcv nil watches nnd every article of jewelry I sell to he just as represented. A. It." Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. Mi:. W. II. M11.1.K1: is attending the Ailair ciicuit court. Ml Uku.k Poimxi: li:w gone to Jexon mine county to visit. Mies MaxikTcckkii, of Crab Orchard. . 1 nt tti t is viMtuiK .miss 1.1111U mie. 1 Mins IIai.uk M. of (Jarrard, is ' the Sliest of .Mis. A. IS. Hullman. ! Mil, C. C. ItAitnow, of Montuomery, is viMting hit brother, .Mr. It. h. Larrow. Mist I.izzii: I'Miiiisand hergucst,Mi.s Hirdelle Bedford, are visiting in Danville. Mts Itavtn: Ukiii has returned from a visit to her cousin, Miss Anna Ituid at J Hiitoiivllle. Mit. Jon It. I.awi.kv. Mrs. John S'eott and Master John Scott, of Crab Or- and deliver a lecture on Monday ehartl, worn here yesterday. night on the subject, "Boom the Xe-Miss Mwmiii: McltoiiKKT", who hasjuro." been vMting Mrs. W. M. Iliggions, has returned to her home in Danville. Mils. Sacxiikiis and Miss Maggie I.to S'aunders, after a pleasant suniiner in Kentucky, returned to their home in Ohio Tuesday. Mit". J. A. HoYsTox and son, Claude, of r,arrarl countv. and Mrs. W. O. Park and daughter. Louise, of frvine. are with their sister. Mm. (ieo.H. Bruce. Mus. Ui. D. Wkaiibx nn.l Miss Alma , nils us for publication enough clip-Has went to 1misvillo Wednesday , l'1'1 nl"mt tlu' climate and advantages morning. The latter is on one of the , f California to (ill one issue of this pa-most important errands of her life. , I"-- w' "' sl,i,rt' t!"' "l,:,r,J fr " M11.J. II.Stkpiidnm and familv, who I '""tter, even if We were disposed to fmm U.Ih countv to wrtiw State for nothing, and burg, Kansas, three years ago, have returned I I to make Kentucky their home. Mil. imi Mas. W. X. Potts, Ciipt. ami Mrs. Ivd. Itoehesler. Judge W. It. Car- 'P ttn.. I V W'l.iti. niul I J' V.:, . :.!.;, i " 1..1 ,, m . Kfllh III HIV ..-...'. ...v.. Louisville Welne.sday. Misf.s M ttii: imi MiiKiMiirr ' grand nieces of liov. Owsley, are 1 .: M. ' c.i.Ii.i.iu fp.iin lim.nlti K - - " " '" ; T ; : ! Thev are tine musicians, as the sweet sounds from Mr. Stephens resilience tea- tifv. Paris Kentuekian. 1 M 1:. ( i r.o. 1). Biiiiiktt, of throtidi yesterday en route to Omaha, where ho will k ito business. , llisbrothum. .. , C0I.S.1111 M. and W.T.,are . ' both there and doini; well and he has n favorablu prospect. to theln all. t has servel us as it eorresjionilent lone and well. .lonx W. ... Kn(ii.i:ma.v. who bus been r trainer for a lar;e hoio Ilrni at Kalama- 7.00, .Midi., for years, is on a visit toliis patents, Mr. id Mrs. lteuU'ii l-.n-' wir pin. Ihe wound bein in tho back cleiiiaii. Tho HoiMMiian, 11 p.ijier of the head and the hat Allowing it was hshed in his section, speaks of him as a made with a sharp instrument, tdve the tine trainer and as a moral and e.ucllent ' lie to the statements, which seems to man. Ho will go from heie to maud a prosecution for perjury. Helena, Montana. CITY AND VICINITY. Ni:w cooils at Courts ci Cox's. Emity barrels at T. II. Walton's. Sr.i: Courts A Cox for brand new mil- linery. m m Tub room adjoining tho Odd Fellows Hall is for rent. Apply to John A. Allen or S. S. Myers. m II a v 1: your express to come by the I'nited States express from Louisville. Quick time and lower rates than any express company. A. T. Nunnelly, Aet. Tin: Hop Club desires ua to extend thanks to tho Somerset Hop Club for handsomely gotten up invitations to their hop to bo held Thursday evening, September Bl. Fit nk Oiikkx, who used to be a brake-man on tho Knoxvillo division, is not to be hung on the Kith as reported. Ho has been indicted for murder lit the first degree and his trial sot for that day. Tin: Lincoln County Democratic- Club is called to meet n't tho Court-House at 7:;i0 sharp to-morrow night, 8th. Business of importatieo is to bo transacted, nnd a full attendance is desired. By order of President Alcorn. K. C. Walton, ecretury. ' Oin colored devil, Joo Chenniilt, is somewhat of an aristocrat in his ideas. Occasionally he is sent to the trains to seo who comeHiind goes. Ono day this veek he reported: "Want but two ladies cum and I couldn't find nobody that knowod what they wus name, but they wasn't dresjduputill hir.l'y." . Cam, nt S. II. .Shnnkh' niul tea tliu nuw goot.H lie is dully lvceivin;.'. Foit Hunt. Xi'tv Iioiihu on Whitley Struct, Stanford. Aiiiily to W. 1'. Mo Clary. Tin: H. ftO. this unfi'ht and i...,...,. (live it atrial. A. T. Xun- iiullcy, ap'iit. l ' Tin: I'liltt'd StutvH U j ust, clicapi'Nt and HiiU'bt KxpruM in tin; buniiK'M. A. T. NnniU'lU'V. A iii.oi'..ak watvfHpoiit pruvnilud here for half an hour at noon Tmwlny, during whii'ha full inch of rain fell. I iiAVKJuct received a bi lino 0 '"" hhoe of tho Zolglur llnw.' make, and invite my customers to Mill and examine them. S. II. Shank. Whim: cutting corn the other day Mr. J. M. Wray cut his left hand quite severely. An artery was severed and the flow was with dilllctiltv stopped. ., Anotiii:i train dispatcher has arrived, and his surname is Woodson. Mr. and Mr. Matt Woodson are loth doing as well as could lie expected under the circumstances. m m At the Sine reunion in Harrison county lat week lL'Oof the descendants of the father of Mr. A. C. sine, of this place, were present. One of the brothers had not met one of his sisters for V'2 vears. Cu-L of the town tax t.s ,,,.,. H p.iid to me immediately. I can't wait loncer. The 1st of Septem- i,r ,iW i,ji.smI and I w ill havu to levy if ()l ,,uid at once, (ieorue S. Carpenter, City Marshal. Tiikiii: will be a colored Sunday-school Institute at the Christian church here, beginning and lasting till sun- lay night. I lie state evangelist, ltcv. ''' Augustus Keid, will conduct the ex Di:atii. Key. J. A. Bogle, who was attending the colored institute, in session here, was called home Wednesday to ' preach the funeral sermon of young Joseph 1'iik'e, an estimable young man, who died that morning, after 11 long ilkj ness of typhoid fever, aged about '27 1 years. j Ti Carroll Kendrick qucntly will have to turn it over to some one es.'cially interested in it. Font years ago Humphrey Ballon fur- nished the live rooster that surmounted CK.v,..u,.l ...i1 Hendricks k1o here, 'and which created considerable metit. He tells us that the old fellow, now 10 or IS years old, is still alive and is at our service whenever we want him to crow from the top of a Cleveland mil ,.,.' , . .. ,. ...I.. 'II... MWW.... 1.1 iiiuiiiiuii ipwil'. 1 iiti in a nil . . ' ,. ... . .11.. Iili. il.iiiik.tr tin. niin fiii.1 I I11.11.kl1n... lllll(l Ul,llin.lllklly I. UIIU ........ III. It llllllllllVJj we are promt to say, is mat Kind ol n fowl himself. Tin: nero man, Alex Smith, eliaed with euttini: Conduetor . . ,.. . Henry ... Butler, f the K. C, with a sabre, while he was luttin Alfixsl McAlister, another ne;ro, out of the ladies' ear for smokiii;, was triotl before .ludp) Varnon Tuesday and held in $1(X), which he wive. ,, He swore he did not striko the eaptain at all and McAlister says he dealt the blow with a Tin: sheritlof Knox with seven guards aimed with dayaftertlie Iljll county muiderers, Alvis turner, the Hendersons, Hensloys, etc, six in all, who had been in jail here nearly a year and who had obtained a change of venue to his county. Several of the fiiends of the prisoners cuino along and tho olllcer was certain that an attempt would be made to rescue them. To guard against this he had men stationed nt every station between here and Pine- ville to give him tho alarm if there were susoicious uioveinents. The whole tiartv was very much excited, but fortunately their fears were groundleM and they got their men safely to the point of trial, though at a tremendous cost. A.voTimt The Decatur, Ala., Freo Liuco has this to say of a former Stanford boy: .Mr. J. I. McKinney, the very popular ami etllcientagent of the L. & N. road in this city, has received notice of his promotion to tho position of master of Mains on the Birmingham Mineral, a part, or rather several parts of the L. i: X. system, running out of Birmingham. Mr. .McKinney will at onco assume tho duties of his now position, which give him the control of 27 trains a day, running over nearly lo0 miles of track. It is a dilllcult and responsible task, but Mr. Haraliiiu knows his man, mid Mack will till tho bill. The people of Decatur part from J. I. .McKinney with sincere regret. Full of energy and ambition in his chosen vocation, and mo-it pleasant and accommodating in his career in tliis city, ho won equally the conlldenco of tho L. & X. management and tho people of Decatur, and ho will leave hero many warm friends. J. N. Mr.si:n:i: lias bought tho livery ' stable on K'pot stivut belonging to Hen- ry naug'hinau's esUite, and will probably I 11111 it ,, , ' " ... 1 Ct.u I.u.1. s l.rcat Circus and erie win snread its tents on the lot of I. ... . . , , , . . , y .11, urn oppose Mrs. Shanks, , lhe street parade wi I l,e at 10 and the balloon ascension immediately after-1 wauls. hviTyljoily and IiIh rousin will . . - 1 ,Krlll'M'' . Tin: last call for payment of stock has been made by the Someiset Hanking Co. et. He failed to show up at this court and paid. Teller K. U. Hail writes that and his bond has been declared forfeit-the bank is getting along nicely with de- ed. Business is being pushed along and inands for all the money it cm get nnd a good number of cases have been it will make u good showing at the posed of. More people than usual in at-end of the year. Tho deposits are $.., , tendance. Court will likelv not hold be- Of 10. Tin: Went llnd has many good and truo democrat but she can boast of none better than A mliroe P. Butt. He is totally blind and can go about only under a guide, yet he went through the Green Hirer section of the precinct and secured 06 members for the McCreary Club at Huston vllle, the membership of which is now '21'2, the banner of the county. Hurrah for Mr. Butt! M. Tin: Richmond Climax says that II. C. Potts, of Lmcaster, and It. L. Potts, of this place, have purchased the old Potts mill property at Paint Lick, in Ourrard county, and have ordered new roller machinery, embracing the celebrated Case rollers, and have set a number of carpenters to work, so that by the lstof the new mill will be in operation. The capacity will bo "0 barrels a day. --' It is nearly two yeais before the election, hut candidates for jailer are already button-holing the dear people. Mr. David J. Alcorn, a good democrat and a clever gentleman, tells us he will be ft candidate and the probability is that the woods will be full of them before the election. Tho present incumbent, Sam M. Owens, who has made a capital will offer for re-election and will be a haul man to beat. We know lie ha attended well to his duties and so far a mi Iimvii lii'iinl bus l'ivcn meat satisf.'ii tioil. m Kik K CvsTi.u.Si'iti.sds. Ill 11 letter enclosing check for his large printing bill, Mine F. J. Campbell writes "Our season was n big success, but chiefly as tin advertisement for the future. My1 season's dibit lias been directed mainly to fully demonstrate the propositions that, 1st, A summer resort may run without 11 scandal; that it is possible to keep a summer hotel so well that not one patron will kick duiini; the season; that it is altogether possible to maintain a standard of fine and service away out in the mountains equal to the best class of city hotels; and that there is une summer least in the land that can run successfully without the intluence and patronage of the spoiling classes." Tin: Colored Toaehers' Institute, eon dinted by Prof. J. S. Hathaway, of Be rea, a tlnely educated iii.in and well for the position, and who by the way has just been elected of a pub liblnnccompanyat Lexington with$o0,00( caital, has been well to all concerned. M. I). Flack is sectetary and the followini: teachers are enrolled from (i.irranl: J. II. Barber, C. 1.. Dayton, Mattie I. Hoc, V. U. Willis, S. K. Lackey, .1. M. Craw find, L. (iethia Bntntl, Fannie Arnold, Lena II. Tihbs, Annie Crawford, .M. 1). Adams. From Lincoln, M. M. ltichardson, L. 1 l0l' .-...... l. .Miller, l . McHeyuolds, ltobert Durham, It. A. Taylor, Annie I locker, Alice V. Carr, M. I). Flack, Sal-He II. Iviucaitl, II. P. Jones, S. K. Fit-ton, S..I. Campbell, Fannie II. P.irrand Butcher. Tlio teachers are all well dressed and intelligent and present a most creditable appearance. The scs being pretty heavy, Supt. Bogle has had to acss them to the full limit of ' the law, $2 each. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mason Pullins, of (iurrard, is happy over the arrival of twin uiils at his ' house. I Tl, "etingof the county medical ""soeiation at Brodhead has been post- Ioikm1 till '-,,'d. Nle1'1 lo"lit two mules of Kim McKinney for $-$.-. Henry Catron I bought two suckling mules for $17.i. A number of republican delegates will go from here to tho Danville convention to assist in naming the lamb for McCieary to slaughter. F. 11. Bryant and Miss Viola Obaugh of Tennessee, were married at tlio House, Livingston, Thursday. They left the same day for . W. O. Bradley, V. L. Kwell, Gen. Landrain, W. C5. Dunlap anil others spoke at the hero Monday to a crowded house. Prof. J. S. Roppeit spoke the same day at 11 o'clock on tar-ill' refot 111. The professor is well posted on the subject and he put in many telling licks favoring a reduction. 1'iof. J. 15. Skinner, of Iincaster, was hero Saturday. Misses Leila Williams and Mattie M. Adams left for Lo- retta Academy Sunday. A. II. Dye-he, of tho Kcho, was in town Monday. James Stevens is "plugging" at tlio depot here. J. W. May and family have moved to Corbin. Mrs. J. II. Brown, of Lancaster, is visiting1 her parents here. Miss Mattie Nowcomb has returned from Garrard. Jonas MeKoiizio lias moved his ' family to town. Circuit com t convened on Monday. (Jen. Landr.un organized the court and charged the grand jury in the nbhunco of (Judge Morrow, who arrived in th noon. Among the cases dispone to '1 hursdav we notice .lack Isakeryets 11 i'2') line and 10 davs for pistol carrying. ' (Jwj Tiiu.kt.r Kmu) ; M( ; ,...,. ..... .. ... I oiy Conway pays 5-'. lor liquor selling. , .. M Wn) Hoan nm, Th ... ,,, To n Snh v,lfJ ,,,,,,,,.,. ,' .. bomo wnnj . ... .... ...t.i. t .. .... I nun t( i y it in jiiu uu 11111 unit: jiiuvi pect of 11 trial. Witnecs fail to come, j The case 01 Logan Sigman is yet on dock yond Tuesday next. Henry Willis was drowned near Burnside. A letter from Bro. Barnes received last evening too late for insertion in this irbtlO. Xi:V ADVKKTISLMCXTS. CI Till IT rpiriT I anted to sew by Oil UAllUlt. crt in private iamb ly or with .ircimakir. Acdrex, WORTH. l',itt, Lancaster, Ky FOB. SAXiK l)RL"G STORE, ith good ltint, on eaiy riu) term. Can uliow best caih bumicsi ol anv Uruc Store in the country Cauc of selling, ill health. AJdrem l.OCK l!OX No 77, Lancaiter, Ky. Two I'!ano, one Organ, two 'arjr'.l,c, two DinltiK KoomSafe, one Walnut Kxtvntlon lliti ins Tabic, one Dooi;.Caic, one laro lledttcad and Wire Spring, i'lllows, 1'lanVeti, ConI Oil ' 'ianl. and many other tiling, for cash these article! can be had at a burgMn. Apply to 3841 ALKX h 1'AXTON Stanford, Ky AIo clockt, pillwi lllankctt and thrif good in.ittrcc( I Public Sale of A. J. C. C. -JERSEY GATTLE ! AT W. R. BRASFIELD & OO'S HORSK T.XCH AXGK, I.liX INGTON SEPTEMBER 20U1, 1888 I C Sherley AnLhnrage, Ky j J A Muldleton, Shelliille Ky;W.S Ljnc, f)anv lie, Kv. J J I! Wallace, Lexington, Ky . S Illak .nd W J. Chinn, FranLlort, Ky , will sell 50 HEAD CHOICE COWS AND HEIFERS, Selected Irom their ln'rd Thi orTenne will he largely of juung cof, now freih, oriluc toc.ilte tin fall. Alt the heifer cows old cnimyli arc taft' in calf tu or will be bred to excellent bulls of Signal, bt.lielier.Stock I'ogit, or other popular strains. It li.clJom xogood a lot is offered at public salo. will bcuin promptly at 12 o'clock. I. mull .11 11 130 For catalogues address J. I!. WAL1.ACK. Lexington, Ky , or W J CHINN, Krakfort, Ky. It. K. Kdmonson, Auctioneer LAND FOR SALE. 100 acres on the Somerset and Crab Oorchard road, half way betwein the two placet Well of Kocxl water at end of purch Half c and 30 acres in gran. A good outlet for cattle, hogs and sheep. W G. WALLACL. Dabney Ky SAW MILL FOR SALE! Lnml ami titoulv. As I denre to lene Kentucky I will sell atgrcat sacrifice saw mills complete with 30 hore boilers and 30 hone engines, 3 .i works, 1 ox log wag on i wagons, 1 burkboard, 1 spring wagon and lurnest j yokes of cattle, 3 mules, 1 hore, gnt mill complete, and my farm of 5,60 ncres of mon i.inu v. en in.iuereu. will sell privately MAR'I SMITH, Maywood, Ky public sale: of PERSONAL PROPERTY of JohnD. Carpenter, I will on THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1888, Sell to the bidder the fo lowing property, at tnc farm of the deceased, on tho Hustonvillc '.V Middlcburj pike, 3 miles from Himomillc: jo head of 1,400 pound cattle, 30 head of 1,300 pound cattle, 30 head of yearling steers and jo cows and cahes, jobrood mares 3 year-tins hre colts, 3 ned work mare mules, 3 mare mules, 150 100 pound hoes, a lot of shoats, 40 head of ewes bred to Southdown buck, jo acres of corn. 15 acres of millet, 30 tons of hay, 784 bushels of wheat, 53 shares of lIustonil!e N'ational Hank clock, 30 shares of stock in the Farmers National (lank ol Stanford. Alto farming Implements and household nnd kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. MRS. M. W. CAIU'KNTEK, Admx. John U. Carpenter, Dec'd. II not rented before, will on that day rent the "I.ee Farm,'' contains 3.4 acres ot No. 1 blue grass land. POTILJCO 6AILIES0 As executors of Samforil Knvin, dec'd, we will sell at his late reMdcnrc on th. Stanford ft Dan-ville l'ikc, midway between the two towns, ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, The follow in? personal property: Seven a and 3 year-old fat stoem. high grado ucuers, j nign grnaccowsanu calves, 35 nign gradohok', 75 liie;h grade "heep, 1 pair aged milln. ft II.. .1 .1 (.no... m II n. Kn.n n a.. &n. linu ones i line ycarlint; filly, i fine combined mare una con, i uroou mare i uaroucnu ami haruos, i huggy and harness i spring wagon mid harness, I wagon and harness, i wheal drill, harrow, plows, nar citing machine, , ,Vc, 16 acres of corn in field ami j stacks of new hay. Terms made known on day of sale. 53-td MUS. I. I.. Elttt IN, I .. or, THE GrALT HOUSE, LOUISVILHB, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- INC TO rooms: TURKISH .V RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL. V 1 :M FURMTURE STORE f MrU'.K XirC'WMAIV, lUtDI'Po fo.4V lJBvSe!iratoite.ttSWita Will keep constantly on lnni a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low a3 such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you vill be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. "4 fm mf wy3Bfc3?BflriirirftBff "j(tfT!lrhMnKm3BA 1 WALL FAFEE COMPLETE ISTOCK Jk ilTK JMiZifr. TV NEW I NEW. NEW! A CARD TO TEE PEOPLE JO raM" 1 M W $ I and FTTIUTIT U JAE. ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. WEARER 03 LINCOLN COUNTY. rZIMLMliilM. in the house formerly occupied Bakery, Restaurant and will keep constantly on hand Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Meals served at any hour. Try Cake. We do our own work. Come guaranteed. R. ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. OBSEBYB M'ROBERTSSTAGG A'SSitMCTMGIIiKT -OF- CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. of 0. F. KENT, a practical all work done with neatness Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the CRESCENT ROUTE. & Texas Pacific Railway.) THE NORTH AND SOUTH. CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. : HOURS. Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. LKSTE. EFFEd IN MAY 6,1888. "TRAINS NORTH. No. 6. No. 4. NoT8. STATIONS. No. a. Daily. Daily: Daily. Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened by-Mr. Penny, iu STANFORD, a California Fruit Store. They everything in their line, such as Bread, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. their Ice Cream; it takes the and buy at first hands. Satisfaction Respectfully, PLEASE A FiCI.IL WATCHES, AND Having secured the services Watchmaker with many years' experience, and dispatch, fully insured. eye. QUEEN AND (Cincinnati, New Orleans FAVOUITE LINE BETWEEN LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN IN aj Through Cars to New Orleans, THE SOUTHERN THKTEXiVSSHORT CONDENSED TIME TABLE njcvn dowx. IKAI.ns mji in- No. ;. , 1NO. 3. NoTs. No. i. Dally, Daily. jhx. bun. Daily. Daily. 7 35 a m L've Cincinnati A'rv 640 a ml 641 pm 1013 a in 600 p ni ' ,'illi.iraitovn ...I've' 513.1m! 830am 4 11 p m Tojpm 1037pm Georgetown '410am. 7 n a m 7 33 pm il oj pm 10 15a mi Lexington, 348am 413pm 700am 3 17 a in 4 03 p 111 S co p n 9 51 a m' r 1. nm fllllim 1059 a mi 11 3'P m la 30 pm 10 ' 01a la m "' 11 in 1 IJ p til, ainniniiKunu j 00 111 , jujim i 30 pm1 .... 5 33 a "i to 00 pin! mt J S jo a in i..ii.iis ju.iii, ,.,. 3 ju a in ..... 1. ....u. r'... li9am .... ........ Ma m .Junction 30S pm a 40 pm 1 10 p in my..,. J IU ,F III ,U rt III 100 pm ' t 05 a m' 1 50 p m 1 1 05 .1 m 9 35 pm 11 33 a in 7 JSam ....I. c 7 10 p m o 00 a m 400am la 30 p ia Somerset 3 '5 I' m' .Oasilale Ar v.Clialtanoosa 830am 600 pmjl.'ve.. Cliattinoosa. ..Ar'v 0 ii. ji in ""'! 110pm Ar'v Mtalla... Jispir. .. . 1 115 pm lopmil.'ve... Ilirmingham 1133pm 330am Ooo pm, 1 J 40 a m; iiikcainusa 910am 140am 'u nm 4 10. 1 m'Ar ... .aieriuian 1. vc 4 aoamiio 30 pm I'i "?. - ..... v.... 1. 1.... 1 ... '... . x. :. .. O j3 a lit V 3U m . ' ...... tw wnvrtii.,1,.1. ww y IN Ill 3 IM III j 5 10 a m.L've....Mcridi.in Ar'v ..iooo pm ....1 90011 mil. ve jiucKson r v o 13 pin , 11 10a .n,l.'vc....Vickttiiirg, . : 4,0pm hod ml.'vc Monroe 1100c a ml & 15 1 p ni Ar v....snreveport ocoaini N. II. Train No. 9 leaves Oakdale at 3 33, A u, and arrives in Chattanooga at 9 oo.a i. No. 10 leaves Chatta'noosa at 3 00. I'. M., "'! ives at Oakdale at S 35. Mann lloudoir I'.ufTet Sleeping Pan on all trains. JOHN C. OAUI.T, General Manager, H. COM. MIAN, (Jen'l I'll. .V lasi Agt. . R. CAK ROLL, Orneral Superintendent, General Ofii cei, St. I 1 ll lluildirj, West Kouith Street, Cincinnati. Ohio.