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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XVII. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1889. NO. 74 l THE Y. M. E. A. I... f ........ f...lll. .. .I..llv..r...l I... Mr . the name of the city at !urp pivu a come that made each member at perfect liberty to do what ho wImIilm! or o where . he would while in that domain. Harry McCarty tlie thank of the lioyn in hia clwracterihticly clover way after which biiHiueKH was pine in to. An hour and a half later uu adjournment till next morning at 10 was made, when cnrriiiKffl awaited the member at the liotiM! door to viit the public K'hfwls, the Hplendid electric plant, collese, a $10,000 nchool buildiiiK nenrlinj; completed, the recurvoir, where an excellent view of the city and country can be had, ami other places that that thriving yoiinj; city afford. Next came the baninet. which nn vninil in the nuperlative and at which President .Moriiinp4tar ni.tdu a pleaini apeeclt exprea.sini: bis delight nt havinu .1... .... ...1 .xf.ilut. .i.litrtrw nt llnl mm. . I I I il.. - M I-:. A. ... n poor quill driver will look back at it jjCtfor years to come as an oasis in his life. , .W Ti,e young ladies went all pretty, but "ripedal mention .is due Dr. John I). Woods' handsome trio of daughters, take after their grand old father and ate i as elegant as they are beautiful. The morning session, vith President Morningstar in the chair, was talcen up in re-electing olllcers for the ensuing year, in which there was no change save the reading of papers, the eiiiollmeiit of new members and other business. Tlie olllcers are It. F. Morningstar, president, Ncel Cilenn, treasurer, 1C. C. Walton, secretary. A large number of ladies lent their presence on this occasion and of course the boyi did their best. The place of the next meeting was decided after much speaking and wrangling and Louisville had the honor bestowed upon her. Stanford played a good second and came in two votes of entertaining Me vn:...ieditoi8 next year. At I o'clock the business was through with and after a vote of thanks to the hospitable citizens of Howling Green in general, and to appreciated president in particular, the meeting adjourned. Carriages were again placed at tho disposal of the "city's guests," iih tho Howling (5reen papers referred to tho young editors, mid with President Morningstar tho remaining portion of tho city was viewed, after which tho members wero divided into squads and taken to call on without saying that tlntt part of tho pro izriitiime was hiulilv cniovable. for a The Young Editors Havo a Delightful Meet. i,UWnp.iper man who is tint fond of love- Ing nt Bowling Green. ly women would ho it stranger to IiIh Not even those nieinbcis who wore piofession. niostruuiKiiinoof stirccss, when the youim The stay in linwliiJK Green was ! have expected n better or more largely delectation, and were a chorus of ten nttended meeting than wiih held at Mow- tlnu Hind thanks to up at one shout llnjr Green Friday and .S.ttuiday of last t tbankH would yet be due them for their Week. It was their llrst cfl'ort and the untitiiiLf i H'orls to entertain the Young faet that Home HO of the youngsters, ill- Men's IMitorial Association while their eluding a number of the moat brilliant guests. ' C W. pen pushers of the tripo.l, were piesent nnd worked hard for the furtherance of the cause, is some evidence that the organization is, and will be, it successful one, notwithstanding come of the older heads of tho K. P. A. to the contrary. The young men now have their motociif tion under headwny, and while nothing exceedingly reiuarkitble may ever be achieved, nothing but good can come from It, and it does not seem to be tin) great a favor of some of those FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. - ni.ick lterkshire boar for sale. G. T. Mcltoberts. Jr. -V. O.t'ow nn wild 13 head of Jiol's to J. Allen at H Win. Heck sold to A. T. -Nunnelly '.'() bead of 1,",00 pound cattle at :il to '.i. M. S. IliMighiniiu wild ills flue 1 tor Knott j.ick to . Y. Saiidens, of Mis- t Hourl, forll.IWO. I 1.1... ,, I.".. ...!.! 1 .1 1 ..I . ., .. .1. II. !...! I. I .Mlllll I,. I'lIX HIIIIIIIUII II l llivuiiiurr. in me urn iirwciniiiiii mm i. i . ..... opposed it from the start and have con- - ?m ' ,i)rtUon; V""-V "Wt tinued to do wi on and on, to give the -....-.. ..... him been tested .. nl... ... .....!.! ii f..ll A cotton-picker .""- ,.... to meet with their approbation. Promptly at !! o'clock In Potter's Op era House at Howling Green, which by ' n,'r . , HCurt.. of Kminence wav Is the tlnest in the State ou.Hldeof , - '' wilil l ham Hrowii 18 head offatgra.le lr.M.I.!..nt It. K. Mnrn.iiLi.tiir ......... - .- - - I i called the meeting to order. The ad- ilreM of welcome which wan to be made in Mississippi which does tho work of 100 negroes in an entirely satisfactory man- Hereford that nvcr.ined 1,700 pound, at -The flft'i.OOO Htallion, Axtell, will make the Heanon at 11,100, just double Thomas W. TIio.iuh, a younK lawyer of the fee ever chafed before by a trot-keys that city, in a iiuwt pleaniiiK ityle. The of the city were virtually turned tiiiiSBlnllltiii. -Mo. KhIiii I.iw nhipped ..S over to mill Mr. TlimiioHln! lonilHOl cattle liil.s wet'K which com. nun from ItJ to A, They were a Hplendid lot. Pari Itecord. HniHsflelil A- Co. sold .'50 shorthorns on the I.aueatcr market yesterday. A few mules sold at $100 to $1 10 and plug hoises at $15 to $50. A, M. Feiaiid sold to H. It. and K. P. Woods a nmro mule colt for $100 and to J. A. Woods a horse mule colt by the same jack and out of a sa good mare for $17.50. Kandall l.itsey bought IS head of M.S. Haughiuan three imported Spanish an one and to Miif.." itlt lilin mill liuif.liliii. nil nlliiT leiincts, to J. k. ILiug liimin subjects which wero of interest to the j young men. Toast weio indulged in by I many and altogether the banquet was a thing of beauty ami n joy w hich will live long in the hearts of the youthful ed" . itor. i S. II. Itout one at abaut $'550 each. M S. Itaiighman sold to same two young jacks for $Ut0. dipt. Hob ligan and Dick Gentry W. 6i. and Nat I.. Vnnnrsdall have 1 bought of diflercnt parties '2b ye.nling mules at $7.b0 to ?l2.oO. Cornish llros. threshed for J. It. Nooo L'.'t bushels and j !." pounds of clover seed oil S acies. Jas. I M. Foray the sold to J. It. Itipy '29 head of cattle, averaging 1,7751 pounds, at $1, and shipped them directly to Chicago. t This was one of the fluent bunches of ......I.. w M.I....1..1 fr.i.i il.ia ilnlkAt -- " " " " Mis.s i.iie, Minnie and I'atty. They ...I. V. 1..... .- At Mis. Hiinklev's sale the ltrown Jim stallion sold for f.70, a jack for 5023, mules at i-M), fat hogs 1.15 per pound nnd corn $1.50 to SUM bariel. Tlie farm of 800 acies had been sold to Me-Call, of Ohio. forSKI.OOO. Tate & Catron that the vice-presidency was given to , i.nl,.,ilf ..rt i1(.nd of cattle at li to L'l cents: at $"2:20 and u,,iut Jin.. at S.1.80. J. ' F. Hrinkley sold 10 head of cattle Saturday at auction to A. Wolf for $111.50 per head. Somerset Reporter. The Philadelphia Mint has orders to make 10,000,000 one-cent pieces and !5,- 300,000 nickels. has been running a saloon Col. Thursday 11 cowboy entered and with the words, "Look out, Dob, I am going to kill you!" opened lire. Ford was hit in the fusilado, but ho lives in onstant fear of his life. LIQUOR all tho World tboro Is but onp euro, Dr. Hulnos Qoldon Specific. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. for a few" day, tiov. .1. H. McCreary wa mixing with liin contitueiitH and ivinu iiccouiitH of his Htewardhip on Monday, court day. .lame M. Laytou Iiuh rented ami moved into the old place on the Richmond pike. John II. Woodcock has introduced a wonderful water into this community known a the "Microbe. Killer." He has been drinking it for ten daya ami leel.s very much benellted by it use. It i claimed and has been thoroughly pioven that thi water destroys the microbe in the system, and iw the physician claim thev arc the seat of all dis ease, when they are destroyed the patient in u.i t net well. A Mr. liarnea, of Kuoxville, is here trying to establish a branch agency for the Southern Itullding and Iian Association. We have a home association bete in which thehtock has not all been taken mid a it lia been paying such good dividends and improving our town also, we would advise our people to invest in a strictly home institution. You can get stock in the Luicaster II. & L. A. at any time. Lewis Pettus, a former colored resident of this place, who ha been at for about three months, was brought home badly wounded the other morning. He and a colored desperado by the name of Jes.se James emptied their revolvers at each other in the booming city and without much harm to each other, after which Jnines' wife at auction last week at from $:H) to $1,350 1 ran to him with a shot guiiwhicti lie Uenick Hro'. Duke of Airdrie bringing took, and Hring at Pettus, tilled bis face the lattei amount. I with shot, putting out one eye. There were no cattle of conseiuenco LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The fall term of the Jackson Circuit Court convened at McKee Monday. A special common pleas court convened here Monday. There have been several cases of dyphtheri.i on Saxton's creek, Jackson county. I i H,.v. C. F. Duvall and Joe McKee registered Jersey from Wood it Settle, left Monday morning for Cumberland of Garrard, at $15 per head. They will . river nVar the mouth of where be shipped to the Galveston, Texas, Coal tlwy will spend several davs hunting Co. at $105. Mercer Sayings. and milling. Goodpasture, of Nashville, sold to Two women were sentenced to the penitentiary at the recent term of the Clay circuit court, Sarah Hales, one year for house-breaking, and Kinily Yickers, one year for forgery. Sheriff Dixon and Samuel Young, of Leslie county, were in London Thursday sold Tuesday to Mr. Judy 05 head of 1,-1 night on their way WK)-pound fat cattle at Ii cents. W. P 'three prisoners, C, to Frankfort witli Hilton, Israel and Givens wild to Itichard Foley 000 bushels , Walter Milliard, who were sentenced to ....,.- l IIV IMIM Hull IVIMIVIHI 1 nrmnntlv till. . . nt '.. IllnVWl: f Orolllllll & nt . J WW Uiul MoiltO . , tilt' pilllt4lltlUry QIIU VlMf (Ml'll for IIMIV , : ,. , . ' , on ,. Vox bouuht of I1. (Sivuus :S yt'iiriiii Hlunhter, llt F ifV Vll I'MIIIMI ' ! " - music the beauty and chivalry o that; city tripped the light fantastic till old Sol had peeped from his hiding place of t the evening before. The majority of the editors, and all who desired lobe, were cotton mules at $7vS per head. Danville Advocate. I.. A. Green last fall bought SO head of cattle aveiaging 055 pounds at $.'tl. They weie sold last week in Chicago this lU'llli: llll'' nisi niiiiniiviii ever .....i.u ., . ... , ,. i . i it supplied with delightful company, and,, , ftl lft. ,.-. for a Alison the cares of the printing """ '"" " " l. V'rX lll. .. mI 1........ Hi., llifilli.lil nt fl . .,'nett ngut or.'.SOpivrhead. . uiiivi.1 i influx , in. ...wi.p,... . .-.... ..... of copy, or anything pertaining to other than enjoyment, was set imide, ns it were, till some other swvet lay or more oppoituue time. It was a brilliant wheie finery of dresses and feminine beautv were mingled nnd many l'heie was considerable drinking in town Saturday and Saturday night participated in by old and young, country people and town citi.eus. About noon two old bald-headed men went down! depot street with their hat oil, yelling like maniacs and seveud young men were so'ii staggering around with the Oucklon's Arnica Salve ' l'lie hem kiUc in the world fur cuu, bruises, , korci, tilceri, salt rheum, fecr torct, trttcr, chap-! il lunili, chilblains, corns and all kln erup. tions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir Renews Her Youth. Mrs. rhrcbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co fells the follow ing rem irkable story, the truth of which issouched for by tne residents of the town, I am 7) years old, have been troubled with kidney. could not I oin am and soreness and am able to uo . all my own housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters lor having renewed my youth and remuved com. plclely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, joe and $1, at A. It, 1'enny's Drug Store, Is Consumption Incurable? and friends and physicians pronounced me an in Dob Ford, who killed Jesse .lames, cuiable consumptive. Hegan taking Dr. King's ,tcwr ifiscutrry lor cousuuipiiun, aim am uu my third bottle, and able tit oversee tho work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.' je.se Middlewart Decatur, Ohio, sajs: "Had it not lietn for Dr. King's New Discovery for con, sumption 1 would have died of Troubles Was given up by doctors, Am now in best ol health.'' 'lrv It .Samnle bottles free at A. R. I Pinny's drugstore Tho "Mothor'B Prlond." Not only shortens labor nnd lessens pain attend DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Curt Itohiuson, our present deputy ; A protracted meeting was bejitin at mid next high HhurillY, is delightfully the ChriHtiau church Sunday and will huppy over the appearance of a hoy at ' continue for several days. It in house. i well. Mother and babe both doinu of tho Kentucky Press Association Hatful from arriving till men our ilepaituro Co Jojn K i,,ulkiicr is here with formed at Mammoth Cave in .Inn.. hut n and Mr. Mn.ninttr, assistM by Lisas I .,.;. iIalI,'HrmvI)( who lllW ,, younger orpu.rnt..... known as the w), lltl, ,.,,,, r. ,,. J Cooksey, , tl0 ,,r,ck , llt Mi.ldleboro YounKIcii'sF.ilitorl.il Association, could nothing undone that would add to our , . , ,. ,.,,. . , . Wl lilt; kj? IMIlt t'kVf n t IIW1I1U J. II. Otter ell'ected a sale of his property, known as the "town hill," near Mt. Vernon, last week, for $."00. Since the bird law has expiied the hunteis are playing havoc with the bird, wliich are said to be more plentiful than usual. Judging from the amount of talk about AI. U. Field' show here If any show deserves patronage his cer tainly doe. An oiler was made to it young lady b' her brother to take her choice between u seal skin cloak or go South and spend the winter. She still lingers. What is it it woman would not do for a seal skin? The matrimonial boom is still on. Such a boom strikes our town once in ' ten years. I hose who do not take ad-' vantage of it this time will be in the soup when the time rolls around ag.iiin as some of us will bu turning gray. Louis Colin, who lias been in the clothing business here for a number of years, will move his stock of goods to Middlesborough about the Hrstof November. A better move, we think, would be to go to Harlan, neighboring town to Middlesborough and go into the undertaking business. The opening exercises of the Woman's Church Kxtension Society of the Kentucky Conference, Methodist church, will be held in the Methodist church Tuesday night, the IftUh, Miss Sue Bennett, of Richmond, Secretary, will be present nnd many other women delegates from different places. Dr. Morton, of Louisville, will bo present and tnke pirtin the exercises. Those who attend will be doubly paid for so doing. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hev. A. S. Molfett is holding a meeting at Carlisle. Hev. It. It. Noel's meeting a I head closed yesterday with SS additions. Tlio varied nature of Pennsylvania population is shown in the fact that it takes the Itible printed in 20 languages so that all may read it. Tlui Christian church Missionary, Convention, in session at Louisville Iiet week, adjourned to meet next October in Pes Moines, Iowa. j At the Christian Church Missionary i Convention in Louisville last week $:55,-045 was raised for home missions on one call, Judge Thomas F. Hargis subscribing $S,000 of it. The meeting at Fairview, Gnrrard, conducted by Kids. H.tllou and Taylor, has been greatly interfered with by the rain, but it continues with : addition?. The Somerset Kepublican contains very comprehensive and excellent of Hro. Harnes' two lectures. "His theory may not be true," the editorsays, but asks: "Where is the scholar who can assail his argtnnen '."' P. L. Moody, the well-known evangelist, says: "I believe in prohibition, but not in the third pnity. I also be- j lieve that there is no use in having a law until there is a public sentiment that will secure an enforcement of it." The Iouitvihu Tunes says thai llev. Tlu.v nviTHL'i'd l.KWi It miill of , in tlioin libit lint limlnr II. Allen J itippn, who has just giveh SW0 to tlio . udownient fund oi the in a poor hound. i i outneru uapi i.ineoiogic.u .statistician Sherman finds that there! is worth porlmp.' made 70 men in the l S. whoe combined , nallv in BiiniinirllViVA'jeculations. wealth is $2,700,000,000, an average of In the ruvisioi?'"' he Liturgy tlioi S;!7,.")00,000. In addition to these there j Piotestant, KpibcopaiWY .'if i passed are o0 others worth over$10,000,000eacb. an amendment to the u. . carriage ceiemony, which is in -.mud to cover the question of divorce and reads "And live together in holy love unto their life's end." The meeting at the Iiaptisl churcli cd. ItisKiiarantecdto Bive perfect satisfaction, jt mlur ,L.a,lway mill glorious TC-or money rclunded. l'rice c cents per box. ,, .. . : . ,, T ... . , ll't8 re anticipated. Itov. J. . Lynch, l.r sale by A. R. I'ennv, Stintord. K, "tall, handsome aild graceful" ll.trry - , t so t j, ,5 Cilr.Io.M ol bhw, . complaint and lameness for uu years; "".'. ,."i i I Jres$ without Now 1 free fr ..-,,., i of t Meteli .Mairuin; ' nijscl help am MiCaitv instead J. i T ....'... of Danville, who i& conducting it, is a young man of earnest methods and ,owa j tival views and is said to be an able ex pounder of llililo truths. The hours of meeting are 10.:0 .. m. and 7::0 i i. I, Oh, how can a fair maiden smite and be Kay, Ileloscly and losing and dear, As sweet as a rose and as linjlit as the May, When her liscr is all out of gear? SIid can't It s impassible. Hut if she will only - take Dr. I'nce's Golden Medical Discoscry, it will cleanse and stimulate her dUurderedlier, purify j ........ ........ . .. ... .. . Keail tlie lollowing .Mr. U. 11 .Morris, .Newark j her blooil, maKe ner conipioion suit and rosy, irV.,says. -'Was down with Abscess of Lungs i her breath wholesome, her spirits cheerful and her temper sweet. All druggists. Don't hawk, hawk blow, spit and disgust with your offensive breath, but uso l)r' Sage's Catarrh Iteinvdy and end it. What A Fortune Is a good healthy, pearly skin, Few nre aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liscr to cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin, One bottle of HKOOS' I1I.OOD PURIFIER and III.OOD MAKUR will restore this organ to its ing It, but greatly diminishes the danger to tho natural and healthy st He, and cleanse the blood 1 live of both the mother and the child if used a few 0r u impurities. His meeting with wonderful It can be giMii 111 a cup of tea ur coiree without , months before confinement. Write to the llrad. the knowledge of tho person taking tt, effecting a field Regulator Co,. Atlanta, O.i , for further par speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient tlculars. "l'or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, - .... .. . 1 I ...I... I TJamii. fll.n.... "!r..rl. CI.....-. I success We guarantee every bottle, A. II. Pen-I ny, Druggist. A Good Cough Syrup. There Is nothing parents ...,.. be so ........ ' WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW PRICES! Our trade has been so enormous this Kail that vc find vc will have to re-stock earlier than usual, consequently our buyer is in the city (Monday) ho will haveacrowded house, this Week and We Will open up for Saturday'sTrade MOST- Complete Ldnes -OK Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, BOOTS AND SHOES, &c, That has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low prices on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for a dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the Great Bargain Store, o. Lii a. c. SINK. POWERS & CO- Sign of the Red Flag. , Is Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Pfect lit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial SIIE & !3ENE J.N. MENEFEE Healers In AHD DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Sliiisjjlcs, Etc., , iSASH, BOOHS iixra BX.X3SrBS t1) Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, PATENT WIBE A1TD SLAT FE1TOE, Cedar and Locust Posts. We will carry a lull ftoi.1. of ever) tiling found in a Lumber Yard, A. C. SINE, II mi ri ess ManaRer. srsRfTisifii T Art'TAUm iSTMM m I il 'Mil h No. 7. Dally I.im. rticvu DOWN. 'IRAINs SOUTH Dally. Es. Sun. No. 5. Daily. No. j. Daily. I.im. g iiami 403pm fjiopin, 7 55 a m.l.'ve ...Cincinnati 9S3am'547Pni 9301""' ' Wilhamstown .???.. 1 1; .... r. m 1 Georgetown. 01 miles the shortest, U hours quickest between Cincinnati and New Orleans. Entire Trams Run Through Without Change. THROUGH CAR SERVICE. South Hound Train No i, Pullman lloudoir Huff-et Sleeping Curs, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattanungu ti Shreseport. Train Na. 5, Pullman lloudoir HufTet Sleepir Curs Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. I.ouis toNew Orleans via M. .V O. Condensed Schedule in Effect Match 31, i8& STATIONS. No. 41 Daily. J Ex. Sun. niCA.D TJI1. TRAINS NORTH. ..A rv 64031111 641pm ,I.'ve' 5 13 a m 4 10 a in . No. a i.im. Dally. ..LJiiinnniiDinioitllii1 1.evington 348am 4 U PJ? " ' ' ' "- -- .- . r. rr rz u JJ pi" 1 j 50 pm t I5 1m 00 p m, pm 1000 pm .1... 1 l.ve....l.ou. a. k. K.....srr - No, 4. I No. 6. Daily Fast Ex. I.im.' Dailr. 10 jj a in 8 jo a m 7 J4 a 111 7 ooarn .1., . .rr...L.....Hurgin I.se. . a TTTTm i.iam.n nam I.ve iTiiririi Arr J 55 a m 3 Jopui, 350am 16 Danville a jS a m 330am 8 Mpiu it a in - nionm 11 warn H4Sara Junction City ii8m aS3lin, saoam ! - T. . ... . Mnn.l Qnmr.ff, ' lOlllll' laCllIll J fl. A 111 " I' " ........-.-...,., ..- - - j -.. . - - '1 l..l-l. In..rw,..um. 53am 4 15 1 a mi......... wanu.uc y ...---- 1 -- ---- . Tneuunus 01 UtunMirus nase oeen cureu wnu uubkd uiidiij uuuu ujhuj - -- ., m., rirlrans Id Cincinnati New Orleans to Cincinnati ' VMmM Uoudoir llurtet Sleeping Cars, luvet.ken the Ooldea Srec.fu In tl.eir colTeo , I. giving splendid satisfaction to tho ttode and about a. selecting u cough syrup. Heggs' Cherry I without their knowledge, and to. day balleve they tho sales arc positively marvelous, whiih can Lo , CoughSyrnp costs no more than tho cheap and In. quit drinking of thelr.ou freewill. No harmful j accounted for In no other way except that It is . ferior nostrums thrown on the market. Th busts ellect results from lis iidiiiililstratlon. Cures guar. w.,ilout touut ti,e best on the market. Ask for . none too good, be sure and get llKGCS'CItKRKV antecd. Semi for. circular and P?wuU. Ad. and be sure ou get the genuine. We keep It. A.lcOUQH SYRUP. Wekeeplton band at all that city's fairest daughters. It Itacu Street, Cincinnati, O. 185 R Penny, Druggist I time, A R. Penny, Druggist. 3 6501 ....f.... 8 t( ami 6 j - 40 p m Ar v., cnaitanoogii.... .u j. mi 7 jj - 9 loa'in 700P m I,'ve.Chattanooga.. .Ar vi 7 35 am, ... I v. pni r 49 P ' "i' """" - " 1 4 ii mil 45 pm L, ve... iiirnnngiiaui 0 03 p mi 1 30 a m Tuscaloosa. ..Meridian L've ve lllttpm 4 41 am Ar'v. 63m liooan. Ar'v. New Orleans ..l.'vi ' t 3 ro a m I.'ve.. ..Meridian Ar i .'.""!' '.'.'.'.'.'."'.-'." I 9 loum I.'ve.. ..Jackson .....Ar'i ,11 15 am L've. ..Vicksbiirtf, -.. 1 4 15 pm I.'ve.. . .Monroe .. 8 10 pin Ar'v .Shreveport, v; V' j y ... jwVr.... m. , . .1 1 Din m lonopin ... 4 13 am 3 3Slm ... , 0 4opni... 6 top in 1... , 400pm... 1005 am).., 6 00 a m ... rilireveportto unauaimugu. . !.,. 1 330 pm 151pm ta 38 p in 1 1 10 p in 10 50 p in 031pm loao pin a 30 a in 4 3$ 4 06 a m a 00 a in Tr"!n ?o S' .r, 1-' nT'iSliimVc Sleeper. Jack- sonv nc'lnllauNia W. .V A. and K. r. JO. L?M g IOHV OAUI.T, General Manvger, D. O KDWAUDS. Gen'l ,.. undTkt. Agl. ' Cincinnati OU10.