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. f, Ftanfokd, Ky .Mail train going North, . Soutli. . I sptess ttln " outh ., Nortli Lex 11I Krtlcht .Smth..,., Miuin 1 he Utter trains Ihi miry pa.enc.eis. 'I ht above is calculated on standard lime, tin e It about to minutes faster. MEANS 1USINESS. kinds from A. 11. Penny, '. ,,'.. again. tho Hamescs .630 am ....M.OjJpn Solar Tiik place to buy drups patent medicines ami toilet articles is at A. R. 1'enny 8. 1 guarantee all watches and every' "' tide of Jewelry I K'U to lie jurt aa rcpre wnted. A. It. fenny. ' ; v . . 1, kit... eS 3.. PtRMHAL rWNTS. CITY AND VICINITY. V ink Sorghum utT.H. Walton's. ' .1. C. Hays has S.')00 to bet Hint Cleveland is elected to-day. To Uuii.nKits for sale. W , tiJi $0,000 blick upwmuiy F, Ramsey. -V " t Tin: penny-wise ami pound-foolish icy of thu city fathers taxing auctioneers lias completely driven stock from onr market, and none was offered yesterday. - - - knowing themselves indebted . i.i, pornoiiH to tho cstatt) of tho lato Thomas C. Robinson will plcttfco adviso mo of the amount and what it is for. Also those having claims against same will please inform mo in like manner, euro Mek Itox O, Danville, Ky. V. H. Idol, Skwinu M.uiti.sr. needles of all Semi-Weekly Interior journal LTSHMl arun's. kinds " ' I Cauiohnia rnlslnsln two-pound box- NOVKMIIKK 0, 1888' us at S. S. Mvure'. ' K.C.WALTON. Dus.ManaKur Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT tfUIMCU YKAH,IJfADVANOM nrWhtn nol to paid $3.00 will be charted." ""k. c, local tTmecahdT Trains Irave Rowland it 3!JS m nd 7- m and return m 6 p m and I.40 p m, LAN.LOCAlTimCARD. Ia)wt.--A red cow. Wna mlnsed Wednesday; weight '.'.")() pountlK. W. II. Comk in now ami select your winter Huit. My Mock is complete and I can satisfy anybody. II, C. Ituplcy, ...- New Hominy, New Beans, New New York Cream Cheese, New Hoods of nil kinds at the "Model Grocery." Tiik Inteiuok JoimXAi. will issue tomorrow morning and nn often as is nec essary Kxtrns containing the cream of Tiik trustee of the jury fund, Mr.lt. (i. Alford, tells us that the total amount paid jurors during the late court was l$W4.04, not a (.'rent deal more than half of that paid at the Spring term. . m m Watciiks and jewelry repaired and ;y. (i. Diw.n was declared a lunatic waminted. A. It. 1'enny. ' . . mim.t Kriilnv. lit. has Ieen behaving In an unseemly manner and following his former methods of lluv vour lwuks, ink, tablets, j makinK big trades and riving checks on luijrer, , JK'ticJls and school supplies ol an ( banks in wulrh he had no money. 1 Tiik minority stockholders of the K. T. V. it tr. railroad have llleil a bill to en-J join the projKwcd lease of the rond, on the grounds of fraud. There are $.'M,-1 000.000 involved. Ingersoll & Peyton Mn. W. Q. Kmisoj, of Lexington, is in ' (our Mastersoni are of counsel for the lJwn , plaintitrn, and we undeitaud their fee Miss Bettie Pa tiv is sending a few is fcXJ.OOO. On discharging the standing jurors Saturday, Judge Morrow took occasion to pay them a handsome compliment for tho work ho bad been enabled to accomplish through them. Kvcry case tried was disposed of, save one, in which there was a hung Jury. He was enabled too to do wit.lt from M to 18 men,., thus saving thu'State W a day afiuV cutting the jury expento of thy court about half of that last term. Three white men, Jim atid Willis Adams, for hog Bteallng, Frank Martin for'steallng bacon' ami two negroes, Jim Parris and John Meadows, both for house-breaking, wero the penitentiary convictions of the term, and each got one year. The negro boy, Hugh Hays, who was given two years for burglary by a jury, had his sentence changed to lUnonths in jail at hard la bor, on tho ground that the offense of burglary had not been proved. A nick new frame cottnpe to rent. Call on J. J. Moltoberts, First National Dank. IJoyh we have not 'em and ot 'em mire, if every democrat will toe the mark. Kvery'riirth to his post. Tiik "crowd was Hinall and business exceedingly dull" here yesterday. County court is Ki'ttiiiK to be a nuisance. m m Tiik clerks of elections at tho jirccinctH in this county will confer a favor by enranhinjf s the result as the polls close. 9 9 Hv recent purchases our stock is heavy and complete in every line, tlressoods, trimmings, cloaks, underwear, hosiery, Ac. Severance & Son. Tiik will of K. M. Davison was admit- mI1 j'ivS ! olect,on nKV," for xratultous circulation tQ irobato nn,i ,Ujtc R nutnlwr of .U37P"' . iuiiuii n imni mironn. i rnr(. .,,., w,,r nnturalizpil n t lie .---- -- imn 1 ty court yesterday. Judge Morrow decided that the county court did not have jurisdiction in the matter of naturalizing citizens, but Judtrc Varnon is satisfied and all of the other lawyers that he has the name common law jurisdiction as the circuit court. Wiikn asked if he would continue court here this off week, Judge Morrow said, "No, I will givo that much to the country. Besides, if there is any ' ing to be done after Tuesday, I want to enjoy it at home with my friemls. If not, I am better acquainted with the caves of that section, and will hie myself to one in the other event." The judge had better sjend tho day selecting his cave. He will need it. A ni'Miikk of colored men are disposetl to vote tho demorratic ticket, but fear weeks in Cincinnati. Tll ji,...,!,!..,,, . ..i,....,!.. i,,,.,) l.U ! tho wrath of theirfellows. Thev needn't. Mrs. Wm. CJeek is back from a vinlt to J(r(K.ln1)ntlon( flx,njf , . a ThnnkB. however. This is n free country and the her husband In the mountains. KMlii, (ln Ti1(.rL, uro a Rri.ttt n)nny , ,nan or t 0f mcn w,y by threats or in- l.u xxn Mas. AV. B. Aimemt have re- - hlinkfn, for Ui(, wnr ni, t tlmidation attempU. such a thing will be turned to Owenslwro for the winter. vy njih HJ.e lo.,lnv.B'work m .lealt with in tho most summary manner. Mrs. !..(!. hnn.iN, of Alum . pringn, rJvi, (.rov,,r nni t,e n.rt of UH ,jolnw:riltll v ,aVo heanl of one or more negroes a the guest of Mrs. (.eorge II. Ilruce. homi!l,,ill( ,.Xn,orillnBry for which to threatening that the throats of every MkhmMvkv NiMAUAnKT M.Ki.n re'tlrn thJnk8 'pro who votes the democratic ticket of (tarranl, are visiting .Mrs. J. C. Hays, - 1 hall Ihj cut. If such a Mit. H. II. tt Tiling 01 terrjMiie, in i iir store q .s. j.. roers A Uo. was e.l. the throat-cutters would hurt Hv be uniting his daughter, Mrs. .1. A. Car- broken open Thursday night and robbed j,ntcr. 1 of $h.'J.' in cash, a couple of Miits of Mis l.i 1. Ri n mioix, of , clothes, 11 pair of Isiots and probably Sunday with Miis Annie Alcorn, cr artii les. Kntrame was eirected by on her lettirn home fnim Ijincnvter. Iioring through the rear door a hole Mkh. Jt'l.t Bitvs, who hits been tiutliciently large to insert the hand and itmi her irmntldaugliter, ir. ... ar- remove the bar. two parties are sus penter, returned to louisville Satnulay. Mil. W. f. MtCoMK has the Bap- t i miniitcH fomiilete of all the given time to pray. Tiik democratic jollification at was u gntntlnml glorious success. Tlie whole town was illuminated ami the crowd variously estimated at '.',00 to o,-000, was as enthusiastic and at the same picioned ami one of them is likely to do . time ns well behaved as any tatu's for the job. semiiie.i. reneci ortier was emoiveu Mi:. Joiis A. Bowint, ol tlie i arKsvine , nltuI111)U., ,0 wt 011l 0f tMU way, i,t was .News, has lieen tippointed mail clerk on ! unil,,. to ,lo mi and the shaft of the Knoxville DhWonand luw gone to i,j,.)c ww driven into his horse's thigh work. We are glad he. has so good a ib, but sorry that it will necessitate tlie suspension of his newsy littlo paper. MKhSHS. II. C. anii i. W. .Ii.ni, who uime with their father's remains to Ken-Micky, were hero yesterday. Mrs. D. S. Tone's and Mr. T H. Coleman also, came, ami the former will remain in Kentucky. Mr. Jones was (W, and not SO, as the types had it last issue, A nisc.xTi Morgan T. C anv moment dreds of faitl spared further for usefulness to his kind. Vnother dispatch iw we go to press con; cvh the glatl tidings that the snllerer is somewhat better, D11. Hum Philadelphia, where for the last six weeks lie has been attending the lee-Mires of Dr. Hays Agnow.Oarlleld's physician, and Dr. Uoodel, the great author- iu lii vtmiicirsiliseaseH. nets looking 1 and through to the hollow. lv Mr. Carter escaped initirv, hoisc, for which he had just given $1(X), tiled slimtly alter tlie accident. There were two men with the wagon, but they weie carelessly walking along the road without paying any attention to the horse. and evervthmg passed oil in amostcred t ions held In this county from IROl to .m:w .minks. .Mr. m. welsii, 01 tins name manner. t e regrcueti 10 ooserve sit. Some of them are fearfully and place, is opening up for n IVniiHylvrnia j that Lincoln county was represented by wonilei fully printed. Company, 11! hih he is a member, coal so small a number. Some of those ad- l'rr, Smith Iuwin telN us that owing mines on Hore Creek and' on Lynn ' vertised to speak were detained by n to over-win k he has liveii forced to give 1 Camp Creek, between Lily and Corbin munler trial, and Mr. B.C. Warren, who ip his MKltloii teuijsintrily as master of Station?, in Laurel county. The Com- was terribly put out at not being able to trains on this division and Mr. 0. B. pany owns 10,000 acres, with a railroad go, was sick in bed, nntl so wrote to the (uironl is acting in his place. frontage of live miles, and it co.st $100,- chairman of arrangements. Biut.HT Kkuiiki.i. is up from Wayne to 000 over and above the two plants.which ThcBucknur,Thu mv. thn iwin'lrv. He mvs old Vol-! will cost '2MQ each. Mr. Welsh tells linson and the Lillanl & Bishop Clubs ford is going to get there as easy as' roll-1 ns that there are three veins of coal, a I uigotl a log, notwithsninding Finley's' a cannel vein of Clinches and to liar'l, which is on tap down there. tuitions veins oMS and S4 inches, re-; Viwr. W. (i. Utnitrti.t., who agisted ' sped ively. the (milium. Silver Baud nt our KairJ .'my as Mr. James Carter was rid-' and w ho nimbi Mich a favorable j (ml lomu K, KIH0, wj)rjn, WUgon I sion, both itsit cornetixt and as it gentle- ,jRnu, v )IM.f which immediately iu inn-,, mi 11 visit iii his friend. !i ....... r..n .........1 m ...! ."'I't.t'l. ,llll(, ,T . " " l lllll I.I lllll ...I. ..l .."I (the latter small boys) nearly nil uniformed and carrying torches, formed into line on Stanford street marched round Kngiuc House, up Danville street to lackey's corner, nroiind Lexington Ave. toMrs. ii ill's, down Danvillestreet to Dr. Trice's and hack to public sipiare to the speakers' stand, fronting Stanford pike. Thirty beautiful young ladies in the , Crab Orchard 'bus were in the and made the streets ring with vocal . . Illlinit .l.lilllllll .' inv . . .lit', 1 , . . .. .; ... , ti t vl iihiub r iii(-ii rvtun 4(1 iii- ci ii- 1 11 v uii; 1 ers' stand. About -UK) men weie on I horseback. Col. W. S. Miller, in did ttnifoiin, was chief marshal, and was I ably assisted by Judge Walker, James Denny, Capt. Kph. Lillanl, Cajit. T. A. , Klkin, Hugh Logan and others. Judge Durham, Gov, MeCieiiry and I). it.Mur C'iimtit oi ur, nfter a niv ntade rousing speeches from the en from Undon wvb that 'r,n' tiHy adjourned Satunlay after-1 htand but the niin coming up, forced the Vift was expected to' din nt ' ,or"00"' Tlu' lnsl 'nM! of "ol(! I'1'""1 ! other speakers to the They "but If the of wus tl,at ,)f '- 1 Cart,r for WIHiikToiii J woro Hon. John I). Harris, W. II. Smith l'iftil friends avail he will be M1', w"' w'ls " trial w,1" Wl" and John Smith, the latter the coloied weiu hi 11 s given m inu jurv . imrlier wno tiseii to live nere ami who Saturday morning and in a shoit time a mmle a most sensible and timely speech, verdict of acipiittal was tvndcred. Mr. j it was midnight when the speaking was Carter had twice before been tried for i over a,i the crowd dispersed as it had ItKin has r turned from I "' kHHnK. I"'S hugely in his j forced, ipiletly and in prdcr. favor having resulted before. As a mat ter of fact, 2t men have pronounced him innocent of murder, while several others i of tho ItG would have agreed to an verdict. Well satisiied of the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The longest courtship yet recorded occurred in Rhode Island, and lasted 41 vears. Fifty-live days after marriage well and butter prepared than ever fornul omconu, nu nas always oeen on i both applied for divorce, claiming to the practice, which lie will resume at niiuu reauy iur mm maiming un u nun, nave neen oaseiy ueceiveu. vcrv different from the innn who knows i Mr. Shackelford Miller, democratic once. Iiss Hosk Ritit.Mins has returned from a delightful month'H visit to her friends in Hreathltt county and resunietl her duties in the postolllce, which were more iiin ,.r..liinlilv performed by Miss An- his guilt anil seeks by wearing out bin j Klcctor for tho ,th district, ami an to evade punishment. As Mr. Carter i quent and rising young lawyer, will lie stepped from the court-house a free man j married on the Nth to Miss Mary Well-it number of his friends were on hand to J ninn, a very lovely and lovable lady, congratulate him. Hu tells us that as both of Louisville. Those who saw them . .. ... i , .i,i . ........i,,. i . . . . ..in Wrav during her absence. Miss Rose noon ' " " nrniiise ins nuairs ne win , togetlier at kock t. astie .springs .asi sea-i.. ...i r .lnva nt Mt Sterlinu remove with his family to the West, wm were well awme that matters weie where be hopes to forget his troubles and enjoyed tho pleasure of being with j his foi ami regain tune. culminating into something serious and the announcement of their coining marriage will occasion littlo surprise, but many hearty congratulations. HUST0NVILLE. News is received this, Monday, morning of tbivdeatli of our former widely-known citizen, William M. Carpenter, which occurred at his home in Texas, on tho morning of Thursday, Oct. 2.1, in tho (Kith year of his age. Ho was born, brought up, married and raised a largo family near this place. Will give you a full account Friday. The srt'fit Labor party of tlie Tithed Status will (iuntur's limbic cliiokt'ii diok'nt ftiro. Wnrrantotl by Mi'llobertH si- Stnj.tr. The HtonnuT Fashion, from I'ittHburj,' for Gincinnnti, wink to tho linrrinuio leck Friiluv nijjht in tho Ohio river, nt thu hentl of .Muni'hester Island, ami is n total loss. One life lost. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. $50 EEWARD X Stolen from inv stable on the nlsht of Oct DARK HAY ML'I.K. I will give $50 icnrd the thief and mule or in for the mule ulonc. 'I here came to my place about a 11 yearling roan Mier, weight about n . 1 . - 1 JM Came to our liable on the 2 of Oct 16, a I for BASON WHITE. 77. tf Junction City, Ky. ESTEA7 I ionth meo a Coo pounds. wner tan eel her bv navimr lor this notice and I my bill for lierlioard. S. II. SHANKS, 77-41 Stanford, Ky BSTBAY. MOUSE COlKKIJ ML'I.K. Uh hinds high. Ownercan getlim by paying for hu feed care ft thlt advertisement U O. A cum ISO VER. 77.4W Crab Orchard, Ky A Good Chance to Make Money. Since I have cone into the brick buainmt and find it and the butcherinc butlneo more than I can attend to well, and requiring more money than I I have-, to run both at they ought to be, I have de- ' ciura 10 rent out my aiaugnicr noue wun ino jj aciw land and Rood houv to live in, to romebody mat wanta a M W, 1, torn. Kood paying buiineu, for a jearor and let them hae my toolt and a good cuv W F RAMSEY Except Sunday. IIa the largot circulation of any daily paper in Louisville. The onlv evening paper that prima the nrwa of the United I'rf Aawciation. Average circulation for the lat 6 memtht over 15,000. It it the home paper for the people of the Ohio Valley. Aa a ncwapapcr it taVet the front rank, while the gcncrnl literary department makes it emphatically the family paper of the South. Subscription. Jly mail 5,0 cent per month postage free : Jj per vear 'pottage free.) THE I.OUISVII.I.K I'OST, 318 V Green Street, l.outtville, Ky. Trustee's Sole ! At Trustee uf John C llacau, I i I cll at pub ' lie auction 011 Wednesday. Nov. 14, '88, At his home in Madison county, on tlie ; ter pike, 10 miles iroin Richmond, the real and , iicrsoual estate belonging lo said liaan. 'i In land consnu 01 THREE HUNDRED&THIRTY-SEVEN ACRES I Of first-rate Walnut Lands, frontins on the aster turnpike and about I mile from the railroad depot and in an ricellcnt neighborhood The i til pros ciucnta are all good, consisting of a large : Two-Story Brick Dwelling,' And all necessary outbuildings, the farm Is well watered and la adapted to all the growths of corn, uhtat, rye, hemp, tobacco and Ilie farm can be divided into two Darcets and will he , sold in one or two pieces, as will best promote the j interest of the assignor and bis creditors. Ilie personalty consists ol 65 Steers, 11 Heifers, 6 Cowa 1 and Call es j Horses, 4 Mutes, 45 acres of Corn, it.,000 pounds of 1'nbacco, and .1 large amount of harming Implements and Household Furniture ' Also 9 shares ot Kirkss ille and Kentucky River1 'I urnpike stock, etc 1 I erins as follows The possession of the lands will be gitcn January 1. 1880, hcn one-third of I the purchuMi money will be due, and for the other j pavments credit of 6 and 13 months with interest I from January . 1880 For the personalty on all sums of Jjo and under, cash in baud' over that amount a credit till January 1, 1S84. will be given 1 ;6 WM I.. CltUTCH Kit, Trustee. FOSTHZD. This notice forewarns hunters, rUburmen ami others not to trrsnass on our lands without ne mission, asullauch wIIIIm prmt'cuti'd to the full est extent of tho law aligned' T.J. HU.!., CKO I). HOl'l'KR I M. McK(jiIKI11.S,JK. M.S. HAL't.HMAN, KOIIT. McAI.ISTKR, I.KIIKL'CK. S. H. SHANKS, "S.H. IIAUIIIIMA.V, MKS. HK.NRV HAfCHMAN', A. M FKI.ANIt JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON. KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. First-class Fare and Reasonable Prices. Day anil night Trains arc met by Polite PortersJ'ot this Popular House. NOTICE!: I'lie Furmeri. National H.inW, located at Stanford, in Lincoln county, Ky , is now settling its allalrs and therefore notice is hereby iiven to all holding said Hani's notes or has ins claims ii.iinst K.ud Association to pieent them for payment. Oct. 18, 8$3. JOHN II.OWhl.KV, Cashier. ITsfiW COAXi YARD. I am Agent For 'I be SUPERIOR LILY COAL, And ill keep it constantly on hands in my yards in Stanford Also Limo, Sand and Hair. R, S, MAKTIK. Gist imp a Call. JOHN . HICOINS, Stanford, INO. M. PERKINS Hkooiieau, Kv.,Mav, 1S87. Alliright & Martin beg to inform their manj friends and customers of the change in firm namt MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many im. provementsin the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest of our customers. We will .levnie sneclal attention to our Natural l.eat brands of Kentuck) s best leaf. '1 hauling you forpast favors and asking for a continuation 01 your trade, e remain, Kespectlully yours, MARTINA PERKINS. HyaSpBllsjBEjsB J. T. STJTTOIT di CO., , HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are Mill In Ilie ami rcidy to do any tMntf in the I'niN'rtaUiiK line. We base a full slock of Cases an J CaiLrmof all lliuls and Holies of every ileicripticn. Our liearse, which i "eiirly new ciin he nhtaint'il 011 shun nnlicc Mr. J. II. linen lias chaise nlonr liusiness anil will kIiow cur coods to any one needing anything in our Ine. STiNFOED PLSMG MM CO, Flooring, Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Brackets, Scroll Work, Frames, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, Superintendent. NEW STORE! I IN- s We Have Openod a new Stock of Pry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which We Cordially invite the public to call and Examine. Everything is new, wnr a weyw nw m n fmnc The Louisville Post, i - Kai.n,hed 1878. And everv thing has been selected with great care, the senior mea- Published Every Afternoon, bers six years exPerience as a drummer enabling him to do so with j discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and 1 those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially desired. Asking a share of your patrouage, we are Respectfully, SEVERANCE & SON. OVERCOATS I Satinets and Kerseys, Worsteds and Chinchillas. In Light and Dark Colors and in Light Medium and Heavy Weights. Our Stock is Full of Fresh Goods. Conic Early and get Choice of Patents and Sizes. ;!BRUCE&MeROBERTS. PLEASE OBSERVE -THAT M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FTUJLL AlioiHTMIUlNT 3 00 p m Ojopm 10 00 jim 4 03 p ni 17 urn, o is urn r -CF- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. . Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the eye. iiiiiHHV.MtMaiBtaiiHataiiiHiatiBssasiissMiitMsiMaasBBsBasBs,aa QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) FAVOllll'E LINE HETWKKN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. ! LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. IN jj 1 1 HOURS. Through Gars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. THKTIflXASSHORT JIMMQ. CONDENSED TIMETABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. No. 7. Daily. 317am 9 S3 ml o J9 a m lt "I K.JC AD DOWN. tiIaInS soUth Wo. 3. Daily. V.x, Sun. No. 5. Dully, .NO. I. Daily. S co p in, 7 55 a in, I.'s e STATIONS. No.o. Daily. UP. TiAINS"N ikTlTT No. 2. Cinciiuiati A'rv 640 am! 04JI.1 'illidmtown....I.'ve 5 13 a m . 701pm 1037pm; , l.eoriretowii I 410am., 7 33 p m 11 03 pm 10 jjam .Xexinxlon,........,, 3 48 a m 4 isp m . .. 440pm 810pm 7 10 mn l.v l.ou., 1.1111 h. k.k. r; 030am 710pm 8 3; pnvu 48 a m 1050 a mi A r llurgili " l.v 3 00 a m 3)opm iijjpm' 8 45 pmliaoja, m 11 17 amll.ve Rurjin Arr1 350am 317pm IJjopm eapniita 10 .1 in ' i.iiiviiie 733am 1 15 p m, 9 10 p ni 13 30 a m it 45 a 111 Junction Lily 33 a ni 3 53 a 111 J 05 a mi I oopm Somerset 1 in. am 115pm .335am j 1 J a m wakuaic o 30 pm 11 jju in 815am 6 40 p m Ar'v. Chattanooga. ..I.'vel 0 10 pm 755am I 9 10am! 7oop m I.'ve Chatunooga.. ..Ar'v 3 45 p m 735am , 1 00 pml 949 p m Ar's Attalla 145pm 447am t 45 p m 11 45 p m, I.'ve.. Ilirmincham ....1115pm 300pm 015pm 1 30 a m 1.. ........ Tuscnloosa ' 8 41 a 111 1 o 11 in illispiiil 445am'Ars' Meridian I.'ve! 4 15am looupin 63011 in 11 00 a m Ar v...Jsew Orleans .,Ml. ve' 900pm 335pm j 10 a ni I.'ve Meridian Ar'vj 940 pm 9 00 u in I.'ve Jacksoi ...Ar'st 610pm It 30a m L,'sc....Vicks!iurK 400pm 4 30pm I.'ve Monroe...., 1005 a m ............. 8 15 p 111 At'v.Shreveport ' 600a m . M' No. a. Daily. 1015 a in 8 30 a m 7 14 a m 7 00 a 111 s 50 a m "3 45 in 5 311 u m 5 jo n in No. t. Daily. uoop 111 4 Jt p m 3 08 p m a 40 p " 1 2J pin 1 10 p in 1 00 pin 11 05 a ni 7 35 a m 4 oja m Mann lloudoir IlurTct Sleeping Car on all trains, JOHN C.OAUI.T, (Jener.il .Manacer, D. (5. KDWAHDS, Uen'l Krt. A- Taas. Ajt It. CARltOI.I.. (Jeneral Superintendent. J.QUINI.AN, (leu. AHuri s.ng Aht OeneralOmces, St. Paul Iluildlnj;, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.