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J" j&n-$tffMn3nlmo$ournaI STANPOBD, KY. Tnesilay Morning, Jnno 27, 1882 5 Nt Method of Oil Printing. The first tiling to bo done is to rnnko n finvnimllo or the nnintini! that is to Im conioil. in which the outlines ofl each simnio color is accurately repro duced. Th. copy is then trnnalorred to ft plate qf lino, which .3 cut up into ns many pieces ns thopicturo contains colors, in such n way that each pieco represents nil tho parts which in the original nre of ono color. Separate electrotypes nro mado from each piece, and from these the proper colors nro printed in corresponding onter upon prepared paper. So far tho process is similar to printing chromoa At tho end of this operation, when all the colors havo lccn printed on tno paper, tho picture resembles an ordinary chromolithograph, and like that it is perfectly flat and smooth; tho brush marks tnd roughness of surjaco no ticed in oil paintings are wnnting. In order to imitate this part, too, the original painting is covered with a so lution of gelatine, in which are im prctsed with great nccuracy tho eleva tions and depressions of tho painting. From this plastic copy of the surface another impression is taken in gutta percha, India-rubber, or other elastic substance, which will stretch so that it can bo made larger or smaller, ac cording as the copy is enlarged or re duced. This elastic impression is used for preparing a copper stereotype, with which a negative or depressed copy cad bo mado in a suitable plato. This last plate, of course will havo depressions wherover the painting had elevations or raised spots, and these depressions nro filled with pigment of tho same color ns the raised portions of tho original. Tho plato thus pro pared is put in a pre and tho printed chromo laid on it, nnd then pressure and heat aro applied to cause tho pig ments in the depression to unite with those already on tho paper. Tho pic ture is now finished, all but varnishing. To carry out tho resemblance to oil painting, it is afterwards transferred from the prepared paper to canvas, wood, or metallic surface. - The Infant Terrible at a Prayer-Meeting. One of tlioso unnaturally bright children who nre always getting peo ple into difficulties was at a prayer meeting with his mother the other evening, when ho asked aloud: "Ma, say ma, who was Dinah Moore?" "Hu u eh," whispered his mother, cautiously, "its n hymn." , "No, it aint, ma," continued the hopeful, "it's a woman; say, who's going homo to Dinah Mooro?" 'Willie, said his mother inn ghast ly voice, "you're disturbing the meet ing. It means going to heaven to die no more." iDihe no morel O, ma, don't they eat a'uy ihlng there ? I don't want to go there if they don't havo any din ner!" His mother explained as well as she could, anil Willia sat still lor hall a minuto, his bright eves roving about thodnirch, Then he asked in a shrill whisper: "Ma, is God out of town 1" "No o o, no-no," answered tho dis tracted woman faintly. "Then, what's Mr. Kelley running this meeting for, ma?" continued the sweet child. The choir sang him down, but as the meeting closed with a moment of silent prayer, his gcntlo voice was dis tinctly heard, saying: "Old Mrs. Jones' switch doesn't match her hair like yours does, ma '" . . m m - Eiotujujd in Advance. Great is enterprise. -"A circular from a (Jhica go 'firm oilers to newspaper editors au electrotype of tho execution ot uui teaujf Ifl bo wed immediately after that event occurs. Uio electrotype is a remarkable work of art. It repre sents the assassin suspended from tho gallows, .while about him are grouped a miscellaneous lot, including a cler gyman, A "our artist," physicians, re porters, guards, prison officials and scientists. From the prominence given "our artist," tho clergyman and thee'xecutioner, .and the peculiarly atrocious look of villainy delineated upon each of their countenances, tho clergyman's face being tho wickedest of all, the unsophisticated observer will bo at first puzzled to decide which is tho murderer. And after he per ceives "which is which," ho will bo ap't'to regret that more of the party were not hanged, on generil princi ples that is, if their faces are indica tive of their character. Wo give tho circular this little pull from purely disinterested motives wo don't mean to use the electrotype. The matrimonial aspirations of Lee Hale and Katie Morgan were opposed by, her parents at Chattanooga, Tenu. She was kept so close a prisoner that all plans of elopement failed, as she was not allowed to go boycud the veranda of the house. At length Hale made up u party of friends, iu eluding a minister, and approached thejbouio near enough to signal Katie to come out. The obliging clergyman had shortened tho inarriago ceremony for this occasion to a few words, and it was, supposed that theso could bo spoken before any interruption occur red. Tho girl was caught on the ver anda by a big brother, and in escaping from him fell down the steps, bruising herself considerably; but too ceremo ny was successfully performed amid the cheers of a multitude Tho biggest man iu Louitiauu livei Ciu'r and u half miles wait of Abbey ville. His name is Kmile Sellers, weight 1721 pounds, is sixty year of aKVenjoyB good health and is comfort ably situated, Mr. Sellers says ho . was married at seventeen years of uge. His wifo is still living, a lady of about 1,5 pounds iu weight. Newtoaner Routine. It is hard to tell, from this distance, whether you nro fitted for tho hard lifo of a newspaper writer or not. That fs tho only question to bo decided, for qunlilicntlon is quito immaterial, l on must Ixj prepared to riso from your bed as early as 10 A. r., in order that you may havo finished reading your private mail uy noon, ijuncn is al ways paid for by tho office, but you havo cot to accustom yourself to but flvo courses nnd to only two kinds of wine aomo papers stand three, in cluding champacne, but they aro tho exception rather than tho rule. At 2 r. M. you nro expected lo read mo morning papers, and if you are not too much cxhnustcd by tho effort you can havo a game of billiards, for no well regulated newspaper oflico is with out n well nppointed billiard room. At 7 v. M. you nro expected to ten the city editor whero you will spend tho evening, so that he can send for you Iu coso your friends call, nnd then you can go to tho theater, opera, ball or dog-fight, to which tickets anil a carriage will bo provided. If you think you can stand such laborious work, como on and wo will seo what wo can do for you; but you must un derstand that thcro is none of tho lux ury to which you have been accustom ed in tho newspaper office. Plain velvet carpets are good enough fur this class of laborers; lounging chairs are of courso indispensable, but they aro upholstered in plain satin with no tidies. Only ono roll-top desk and four gold pens aro furnished by tho office; if you need any moroyou will bo expected to furnish them yourself. But one sofa and one silver drinking cup are allowed to each man, so yqu can see there nre some discomforts to be put up with. Boston Post. m e A correspondent of tho Ohio Farmer says the Hamburg will lay more eggs in a year than any other breed in existence, the Cochins nnd Brahmas mako the best mothers, and the Ply mouth Rocks are among the best, if not the very best for making fowls. If you want a fowl for all purposes, take the Plymouth Rocks; if you want to get the most eggs without regard to size of fowls or eggs, tako the Ham burgs, and if you want to get tho most meat to sell by tho pound, take the Brahmas and Cochins. If these deductions are the result of experi ence, the advice is timely and of great importance, but it is not likely that it will be generally followed, the fact being that farmers who are not engag ed in tho specialty of raising fowls, will continue to be satisfied with the old-fashioned barn-yard fowl. AndGkts the Gihl. A healthful moonlight cveuing is good for building houses. No money is required, only talk. Two younc lovers discuss the future after they aro married. They sit dawn with their arms cntwiued uround each other, and say they will build as soon as they aro married and the season has advanced a little. They will have a two story houso, with an attic. They will havo a three-story house, perhaps. It shall have this or that number of rooms. This conve nience or that convenience will make it much more desirable than any other house. Hundreds of little points are discussed. Tho season ad vances. The season passes. No houso built. The other fellow builds the house. . "Jennie June" says: "There is no doubt that it is a good thing tor men and women to live and love nnd mar ry, nud lav tho foundation of good government in happy homes; but the woman s horizon ought not to be bounded by marriage. Her capaci ties for loving and enjoying exist just the same, whether she has a husband or not; and there aro springs in me which domestic routine, though will ingly accepted and joyfully performed, may fail to satisfy. For those wo men who do not marry life has still a storehouse of treasures, which need only to be believed in and worked for to be given up as fully and freely as to men." - e - The Kentucky Stale Journal wants to know why widows are fleshier tbau old maids. We suppose tho widow rejoices at getting rid of a man, and consequently having nothing to troub le her, she gains flesh. Happy and conteuted people are almost always healthy; tho happier the fleshier being the rule. Old maids are kept thin by worrying for tho possession of what the widow rejoices over losing. If she could only bo brought to understand and appreciate the ioys of single bles sedness she too might have so mo flesh on her bones. Contentment is half the battle. Hot Springs Sentinel. Fecdiug wheat bran without a mix ture of some other meal with it lias been found highly injurious to colts in England, as it is apt to form stony se cretions iu the bowels. Stones pro duced there from tho excessive uso of bran have been taken out of horses af tcr death, weighing many pounds. When sawed through they appear to be composed of ahardcrystalhuomass, deposited in regular riugs, resombling in appearance the concentric riugs of wood, iiiey prove lo be ptiospnaio oi magnesia and ammonia. Counsellor Polk was fined 620 for contempt of court at Winterset, Iowa, the alternative being twenty days im prisonment. He had no monoy, and his fellow members of tho bar raised tho amount. "My gratitude is bound less, dear friends," taid he. "I havo not hud twenty dollars iu my pocket before for twenty years I shall keep it there, with your kind permission;" and ho went joyfully to jail. The people of Tavans, Flu.,, eat al ligator steaks mid tenderloins in pref erence to tho tough beef obtainable there. The meat when pur boiled and fried presents tho fair uppeurauco of the breast oi a fowl, and jtosseises a flavor almost as delicate and appetiz ing. The trench Idea ot Women. Women havo no worso enemies than women. Woman conceals only what sho does not know. Ono must bo n woman to know how to rovengo. Woman is moro constant in hatred than in iovo. Woman is acrcaturo between man and tho angels. Most women curse sin Iteforo em bracing patience Women who havo not fine teeth on ly laugh with their oyes. Friendship Ixstwccn women is only a suspension of hostilities. Women ask if n man is discreet, ns men ask if a woman is pretty. flTho most chaste woman may bo tho most voluptuous, if sho loves. When a woman is no longer attract ive sho ceases to lo inconstant. Women never weep moro bitterly than when they weep with spite. When a woman cannot tw rovenged, they do as children do; they cry. A woman, nnd her servant, acting iu accord, would outwit a dozen devils. Woman is a charming crcaluro who changes her heart as easily as her gloves. Women liko balls and nsscmuncs as a hunter likes a piaco wncro gnrao abounds. A woman forgives the audacity which her beauty prompts us to bo guilty of. Salt Fok Fruit Turks. About this time of the year many of our farm ers are emptying tho bnno from their meat barrels. Instead of throwing it away as worthless let them pour it around their quince bushes and plum trees, and then uoto results later in the season; twoorthrco pails full of strong brine will not injure but provo highly bencficinl to any single tree or bush of the kind above mentioned. It would bo still better to wait until tho blos soms aro out, and give thorough salt ing, and still another when tho young fruit appears. Wo have tried salt on old quince bushes that had not borne fruit for years, and navo Been tuem loaded down with fruit in the fall suc ceeding such treatment. Bo sure to uso enough and begin cany iu the season. A correspondent tells us: I was with Lieut. General Forrest, the greatest natural soldier the war pro duced in my modest opinion, when a youthful stafi officer rode up and ex citedly announced: "General, a strong Yankee force is in our rearl" "What the h 13 tho difference," responded Forrest, "when wo turn round wont we be on their raro?" "Forrest never read a book in his life. I havo seen" continues the cor respondent, "an order addressed by Forrest to Colonel Starnes on the held at Murfreesboro. Forrest wroto in pencil on tho pommel of his saddle. Its words were : 'blames, fetch up them cuns. Give em heir l'or rest had seventeen horses killed under him during the war. m a e One of the Latest Extbava oances. Flower dresses nro the hist extravagance, and nre made in two or three dilferent ways. A dress of palest pink tulle, strewn with petals shaded from deep pink to white, is ono char ming fancy. Another of tulle in small nulls over silk has roses strewn over the sarface with heads down, a Nemours, tho stem and foilago in flat embroidery, whilo tho flower is artifi cial. In a third the apron and front of bodice aro of roses, lilacs or prim roses, massed to conceal tho founda tion. At Nice extreme elegantes af fect dresses covered in this way with real flowers, and in their first fresh ness they are ideally lovoiy. mos- ton Transcript. A brass steam-whistle, thought to bo the largest ever made, has just been finished by the Eaton, Cole it Burnham Co., C8 John St.New York. It is of cost brass, 4 feet 9 inches in length, the bell haviug a diameter of 20 inches. Its weight is 400 pounds, and its vaiuo S500. Tho supply pipe is 4 inches in diameter. It goes to a largo steam saw mill in Canada, where it is to be employed, with a system of signals, to give orders to the lumber men at a distance, and to summon tho widely scattered employes in case of fire. aa. A few days ago a farmer living near Nashville was getting ready to cut his wheat, when the negroes he had hired by tho year sent to him do manding extra pay during the har vest season. IIo refused and a striko seemed imminent. He quietly re marked to oiio of his hands that ho believed he would buy a self-binder. Next morning bis hands walked into tho field with their cradles and went to work without nnother word about extra pay. ' ' - Au artcsiau well sunk, for manu facturing purposes, a few miles north of Cincinnati, is yielding salt wutcr. The well is 2G0 feet iu depth, and spouts forth about ninety gallons of water, containing a bushel oi sail eve ry minute. Tho peoplo for miles around visited tho well and enrriod homo quantities of salt for domestic uses. A "society" lady, of Louisvillo, was thrown out of a drag last week and hud her "leg" broken. Probably tho worst uso you can mako of a lady's leg is to break it, but it is certainly encouraging to find that legs havo ut lust matin their advent into good society. Formerly wo had nothiug but "limbs." Sluysvillo Moruing Call. A Hoosier youth named Gosling saw a girl at church, courted lior two bourn, and at tho end of thrco was married to her. A man who docs up all hfs courting in two hours and then murrics, misses lots of fun. It's liko slufliug himself with peaches and cream iu five minutes and then hav ing dyspepsia tho rest of the year. A Bat that Trade. An nninml whoso instinct teaches it to givo quid pro quo should bo capable of n bttsincM liicntioii. Tho last candidate wo should select for such schooling is tho thievish rat; but now wo learn that thoro nro rudiments of honesty nnd fair dealing in ono species of oven that animal. A curious state ment is mado nbout tho trading rat, which h ono of the unique and inter esting nnimals met with in tho Rocky mountains. Tho miners of tho region deolnro that, nlthough theso rnts enter houses, camps and mines, nnd tako things that do not belong to them, they novcr tako nn nrticlo without leaving something in its place They conduct n trade, and henco their name. They enter dwellings at night and stctl any thing they can find, carrying nwny spoons, knives nnd forks, hut in variably leaving a chip, stick or a stone in placo of each nrticlo taken away. Tho miners look upon tho un canny dealings of theso precocious ani mals with superstition almost amount ing to awe, nnd tell many wonderful stories of their finesse, nnd tho length to which thoy carry their depredations, but tho predominant quality with which they invest them is tho faculty of trading or exchanging alluded to. Ham: an Toistoisk. In his re marks to tho Princeton graduates, Hon. Harvey M. Wattcrson says: "1 can now recall to mind sovcral young men, students ot (umberlnnd College, who wero regarded by their associates as very dull fellows, who havo cut a considerable figuroin tho world around them. How did that como about? I will tell you. They applied them selves intently to their books. Whilo tho brilliant boy was playing or spin ning yarns thoy wore briuging all tho energies ot their minds lo bear on Eu clid or on the translation of an ode in Horace. The work was slow and dificult, but tho result certain. The horso can outrun tho mule, but if lie stops too often to play with the colts or to graze on tho rich postures by tho way, the mule is suro to win mo race. It is related of a Maryland deacon whoso peaches aro first iu tho New York market that, having company at his farm house one evening recent ly, n terrific thunder storm como on and shook things up worso than an explosion in n crockery store. Every body was thoroughly frightened, and directly after n blinding Hash, ono of tho visitors anxiouslyasked : "f riends don't you think we had better kneel nnd ask for protection?" "No, Brother Jones, no," protested the deacon, "I havo just had a lightning rod put on tho houso at an expense ot S3G, nnd I proposo wo hold oil and givo her n fair show to do business 1" To Cr.KANsi: the Tekth. A good way to cleanse tho teeth is to dip tho brush in water, ruu u over genuine white castile soap, then dip in prepar ed chalk. A lady says: "I havo been complimented upon the whiteness oi mr teeth, which were origiually any thing but white. I havo used the soap constantly for two or threo years, anil mo cuaiK lor mu iiisiyuur. iiieru is no danger cf scratching tho teeth, as the chalk is prepared, but with a good still brush and tho soap, it is as effectual ns soap and sand on a floor." A colored man was sentenced to the penitentiary in Fayetto county a short time since, ior three venrs. for stealing a piece of copper worth 825. When nske.d by the judge it no nan any thing to say why sentence should not be passed upon liim.he&aidliohad not, but ho only regretted no nau not stol en a ilrovo ot cattle instead oi the copper. Tho joko lay in the fact that n mini lmil Suet lififlil ftpntfllirpd for one year for stealing eighteen head of cattle. During tho races in St. Louis tho police kept all the regular gambling places closed. In this emergency a faro bank was opened in n room in tho Southern Hotel, and tho gamo was conducted so quietly that the landlord did not find it out until it had been going three days. But it was not a profitable venture, as the bank had lost $13,000 when the play was stop ped. Tho largest bell in tho world is the great bell of Moscow, at tho foot of tho Kremlin. Its circumfercuco at the bottom is nearly sixty-eight feet, and its height moro thin twenty-one feot. In its stoutest part it is tweuty-threo inches thick, and its weight has been computed to bo 433,772 pounds. It has never been hung, and was proba bly cast on the spot whero it now stands. Tho Rev. Dr. John Brown, of Bed lord, England, now traveling in this country, is a successor to John Bun yan, author of tho "Pilgrim's Pro gress," in his pastorate, and is only tho sixth minister that church has had since its organization, two hundred and fifty years ni;o. It is tho opinion of a Philadelphia man, probably n night editor, that a iuniily who don i know enough 10 go to church at tho proper hour, without hearing tho clang of a bell, wouldn't meet a bank note unless the cashier came and blew n horn in front oi his houso. A physician says that uino-tenths of our American wives are totally ignor ant of every thing that pertairis to tlitsir own health or thai of tho healthful rearing of nn infant. (lul IIi.Whtiik WoJifcN. The bent in tercel of nil liumtnitr drnenil nn the giiod lieultli uf our women folic Woman's bent Irirnil for relieving the painful weaknoaaea with which no many are alliiotml, ami n a Ktineral family mwlicine for warllnn oil billon attack ami curine atonlauli, liver uml kiilner complaint, la Drown' Iron lllltcm. It contain jnt Midi llre-ijlving DronrMIw aa are needed in female dlaeaaea. ami U auiwrior to all other preparation a a true uiedlaal tonic, for kIviiik health, trviictji and vigor to every part of the body. II you are weaic, nervoiia aim lie Mlltitrd, or njflVrinu' from ilyepl Urowu's Iron liiller will aurely cure vou. FOR SALE ! Vfl ltOVHI.ti NVHiHU. IWHKHl Of (turnout uprrotttt (.illfrn. miniif.rtiirr-I 1 A II. An'lrw, (hinm In txl nrdrr nrhMi. Itviiilra it 1irUIUn himh, lliiM.,ntlll w ! ,lrr. J. H, IMOI.AI, H.mllk, Kt " CtUBRATtO fl A Hitters The trtUe ninl rnianalnl. mflrlnir frnm dTHrl or ln.iln-olK.ii innv form, hit Ml tlfoil, for the Mlo i.l tl'ir mn lnnlilr fit-1 tnrntal romfort, lo trr lln"trtlrr' Mmnfh lllllrm. ijulionot the mint ilrllonle mn-lllHtmn IMtltr lo II liarmlcM itixl IU rwforalire jiroiKTtlw. l'lmirl.in rvrnwlirrr, ll.lnl ltd tho 'tilllTHli-l llijuorn of i-ninincir, l'lf. iwrllio It an tho ret ami imt rrliahh- ui all itoniarhlr. 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Your luytt are iiu.verullr ic knowlolird br our cuatorarrs to 1 Ihe Terjr Wit ..!.. i it.. l. l.inah t In t liit hninlrv Itir IUB '1KB Uli.i.tt w wmm ... Your Combination tyring iium Uwouounted I 111....... a...... ...ft.... a ...1 ...!.. vl.llnv OUggT HOW 111 U.P. W. if"inH..rwi. -- la certainly without a rival. Taking all in all we foarlaaily any that your bugglea cannot be beaten lutha country fur atyle, tlul.h.iud dura bility. Youra truly, TKHW4NT A MoiH. Hprlngfleld, Ohio. (ikhtlkhbn: I hate had In llierr now fur over two yeara, and liar not iient a dollar for re pair! on I hem, end they look nearly aigoodai new. Hare had bugglea of aereral other uiinu. laeturera, and Bud uoua an good aa the Coluuibua lluggy Cuujpauy't bugglea. ItiiepectAilly, T. K. llkueUMaif, Couyera, (leorgla. OixtlbMICn: The bugglea 1 bite bad of youi manufacture hare glreu m eullre aatiafactlou. They aie Ihe beat I hare eter uaed fur the tame amount ofuuney. Youra truly, L. CoLLim, Liveryman. Jupllo, Mlaaourl. (iKNTI.aUltN: I liarebeeaconuettwl with Ihe luanufailureofaoddeallin! Iu bugglea fur ttfleeil yi-ara. Your work doea net Uok lue mail factory work, but la auioolhly unlihed Iu wood, Iroti painting and uluiiulug. Material uaed III Ihe ('iiluiut-ui Hum? (buipaur'e bugglea baa prof ed tu be of the lal. 'f bey mil Ugh!. Kvrry tine In Ibla muuty whu bate bought your buguleaare wall i.Bedj the glue Ihe lel of wtlafaallou. Youra truly, Wluvlmler, Ilia. K. I!. Watt. CIKO. I. WJ3illtli.1V, Dealer for Lincoln aud QarrarJ Oos. . ' . ... XT.... It .. .I.I&.1.. .mi T'UU KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. H. INTHE - 7rTyAimiirjg"l rTTATIOKN. Ha. B ia.n. i-.n. r.w. I.re tlnelnnatl... .... " tleorielnwn. .. " Iilnglen NUhTalTle High HrMit ..., " Ititifllle..,. " Junrtten Oil .. " I'Mnt Ilatnafla - IUxki.l. ...... . " Hpftntl Clly Arr.-l'lltaneoga ..... 8 Ml IMM 111 11 W 111 ItM ilia 11 a 1 M 2 40 II MM1 ii a II H It 41 IU all ait IM I aw 34a aw an m I A III a 44 ai ivsH A.N. l.te, I hatlannaja. . fprlngllly . " llwkwuitl .. I'olnl Iratmttle.. " pWimerML Jnntllen Clly .. - lianillln ..... lllfh Itrldae NlrheeatilTle ' lllnglwfl llevrgelean Arr UnelnHell -.. CW)... T. . Ill' 1IU ail", lulu I aa liu a.-w !. no IM Mlft IM lie II M l I i an i a. IS IM m .... i TOallul AI.AIIAMA (lltKAT mluTllllllN. J" I.ve. Clilttaiiiwita n ........ " A Italia ...... " IHrmllMlhiiu..... ....... " Tuaoahioaa -.... trr. Meridian .... M(l 11 aa sio aw WW J.ie. MeiMlan .. ... I... " Tuieatanu .l ... " llliiHlnghaiii .....! , " Allana ... Arr. CttatlafteeaM. ....... - VICKJBUiT7t AMI) MKHIIHAN Lie. MeiMlan . " Fere.l llranl.n.. .. ... " Jaekinn Arr. VtkiaaitK.... I l.te. Vkkiourg . . M Jaekann .............mm. I " ltral " 1-Vreat . Arr MerMlan i 410 i 10 ill ao ! m 1 co VICKMHUIMl, HllllllVHl-OUT AN H 1'At file. Vlekibuig ......... 1 , " IMta , , . I Arr. Monroe .. ... IKIC. Ilia!) lltM I AX l.ve. Monroe... ' IMU Arr. Vlekiburg. 1 ta 14U JOHN hCUTT, V. V. an.1 (Itfl. Man. Cln. Hw Il'y, Clnelnnall, (Ihle; K. 1. WII.MJN, (I. K. an.1 P. A. tin. 8eu Iff. Unctnnall, O ; II. COI.U lilt AN. (I 1'. A A. (I H. K'y, Caaltanenra.Tenn.; .1. IIAIlllY. i I'. A V. A 1'. It'y, Vitltkurg. Mlu.1 JOK K. ilrtltfllK. (I. V A. V., 8. A P. Il'y, Monroe, l.a. CONDENSED TIME. & u.u i.uo.ii) mm:, TUA1N8 (iOINII NOItTII. Maarii I, last. Lve. Illehiuend ..mw " Ijueaiter , " M?tntten . Crah tlrrbard. ...... . Hualord .. " Mlietbr Oly. Iiiutille Juotln.... Tfa Dua. llNia 1 eo 10 " ! IM ' lie - is m 11 w 1 1 w p M IT It " 1 u MltebelMMirf-... ' !.eballtl. . aM.w...MMM ' New llaiee. .. Arr. I.etaite4i JuierteMi ClnrlnMil Junelkm " loulllllle. TKAINSnniNtl SfllTll. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway. TITUvTIia aMTUMIIilTiit InerTett Miyll, lM. "" aNciNKATiBnirnrsitir tnvisiox. I ia. MaaciO, tfftl. hT. 9HH. Lee. lAukfllle .. .... . ISOiui Lte. btanbrd ....... ... 1 ft p m Crat.Orehird.... IR " Arr I.Ilag4ton 4 10 " I.Te. Iea.ler . t 0 " Arr. Uli-liBwiDd.. .... I ,0 " TULLMAN PALACE CAH8 ToMra.phla, I.lltle IlAei. Mobile, MeHtgemiery, an.1 New (Irleana. Kuiigranti toTeta hive tfaelrtlteeef Iweraulea via Menipblaer tla New Orleaea. Time wMeh iiulkerau.l ratea rawer than by auy ether route It-H alMihe QUICKEST, 0HEAPEST AND BEST' ltoule tu all Hluta la Mleaourl. Kanaea, Illloola. Indlaua, Iowa, Nebraaaa, IVdoradu Aikantaa 1 (Inly one rhange tu Chicago, h( Ioh4 an.1 Kt. fur tuillirr iRfurniilhiu about Ik-kale te Ihe South, Kaneaa, Colorado, au-t en Igraal ratea 10 I Florida. aJd.-raa I. I. .fl Jllllti:. 1 Urn I'au. and Ticket Agt.. Iiuiaillle, Ky , OrK J Anthony, Agt . (jtanlbrd. Ky. I THE NEW .F.OTJTE EAST, MA WASHINGTON! Till: ONLY LINE lti;.VM.N(l SOLID TRAINS, -WITII- Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON,! THIlOUClilTIIK 1 Grandest Scenery in America! Connecting dlriet Iu 1'eiin. Uet fr ' Baltimore,Philadelphia&N.Y. TheOnl DlrwtUnoto , Tlriula uml (ho C'arolIuaN, Tlfketa aroonaale at rlrwlnl Tlikrl Otllrea, 1 anil at lliedeneral tllbee of Ibe (.'. A II. llalleay, at till) Went JliiliiMri-i't, l.iiiiKtllli-. I 1'orfurtker Infornialiou, aJJrwa J. I'. lillNbT, I (Irueral Houlliweilrru Ageut, l-oulitllle. ' I). W.KMITII, llen'l Manager, 11, w. rtii.i.i:it. tlen'l I'au'r Ag'i. 8einl tt catalogue II I 1.1- Ml- 1 lllVU Uxl Kit llAleflU'j llu. l,r.r-1uTr-Urr- UIUII lltllll HI uiiiaum uiuu miu u.u .... WMM ll.'X'l"Mi ll 11 -. 1 11 U 11 W I J 1 .f IS l TV ui Ii TaTluUL illU .111 In'..'. ,. rl-lM O'omtinon ftle Howi tluiniffl' s rtuiMv hx liiluylt u-) ii i 1 1 iiUutlaa baitl I uu it-uriuv. t tu.iutut U .nam luvv )n.itui I twi uiv u y in iu iur J.rnio uctvt k til it ji tv MCilortothf OliHMtA fulfil ralhrttUltfitl ton ta I tt utitut oifun ami 1 nervvtt tiMtemmaklnn ' it oi'hlUiihtA ta tlmreati Ihtitltty, Iai vf ilmif tttr, I'rotlratton vf Vital I luwrr uml Itnimttaer ' ut.lcniiMilv I 11 nfiH itiujirrit nucMluauy Iru prt (tarauc u Uiv'e In t id. ruth a uiiikuuJ .Du, UAi.rEUliujM'l'uNa f anrri'ulfv in my prat lie Im, lU'liKIti hAMl U-H. br L--.it .M N v riii iwt .'..JiUa.UA-!!!!. MANUrACIUHEDBriHEDR.HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N. MAIN ST.. .1, LOUIS CntlllCII nillKCTOHT. JVf inilOIiTrr.riOUTIt.-ltkr.J. . mm, Faa lll.lor. NerTlreaareryNnndayinornlngandnleht. Prayer MeallngaThiiraday nlglila. MundayrVhml al O0 v. J H. Klm, Hnperlntendent. The Wnman'e Mlaafnnary Hoetely meela here on Ihe Ut Munday Ineaeh month, at I o'eloik. Mil, T. T Oar leaa, 1'ienWnit. HAITIST. Itar. J nn Pernnl and l at. Haw N. Iaalne. Hertlree nn eVond and IVmilh Noit-laii, morning and night. Trayef Meeting e(ry Wednesday after. non. Kumlay Hchool at B to a. m. It. K. Harrow data, Veiln Hutierlntendeiit. plllllTIAN.-Vor,lil.l,f the w,nirnllon e?. on rlrat and third lonl'i dat 1 rrr Iinl'a ilar. I'rraehlnf by ly?. J. w, IVia 1, ma Mthool at 11a. .. .. .. . i... . - 1 jsinraiiaTi. nuihiarf jm neeerance, rtuperinieniieni. nilltmiVTKIllAN. miliTII.-ltev t . lietT. I. ray. I-Mltir Hmnlay Hehool al .0. John W, Itanl, miiieftmni-letii. Union 1'rayer Meeting on Wixlnexlay Hlghla STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Il I'Tf-T HTANInllll, KV., 0. 0. WINE. nan aa in Monutnenta, llee-l.tenea, Talleta, Ae. Maible Work of all klndt ll(ily Mew led and aalle raillon guar enteed IJe-aignaamlMll-maleafu'" ih r.1 on H'l'llra lloo. 1-1 HBOWHja IRON BITTERS IUtOWVH IKON llITTKIW nro n rortnln euro for nil illHcnHrri rninlrliif; n complcto ton lot Mpc clnlly I uilltfp.it tun, ljHriln, Into r liiltli'tit lVvct-M, AVnnl of AliM-tltr, Iism of Ktn-uutli, Icicle uf Km-rio. etc Kitrlrlit-M llio lil(MMl,atrt'iiKtli ciih tln liiiihclcK, nnd ulic now lllb to tho ucrvoM. Actel Ilka A clmriit on the illm-sllio uruni'S n-iii(iln nil iljrNH-itlo -iiiitiiiiin, ittcili iim tn-tlni; I ho IImmI, ItulohlniCi Jloat In tlii Klomiitli, llciirtliiirti, i(lf, Tho only I11111 rrt'mriillim tluit t III not lilaLi-ii tliu liH-tli or Kltn lii-niliK-hr, K0I1I f "II Unite ul.la nl 5I.OO n ImiIIIi. IlKOW'N t'lli:MIC.l. CO. Italllniort', Mil. ,v r. 1 m.mvm . 1 a..'b -h tape BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TUTTS PILLS le9ataMaaWBWBBl SYMMTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Ii.if Aptetitr II w I coative l'aln In the ll-ad. witn it tt.ll aenaalion In the tMu-k part. I'au. 1111 ler the rihouldar blade, fulitieaa after eaiina, with a tlleln olniailoti to eai-rtion cf body or mind. Irritability .f l-u.p r Low apirtta, with a feeling; of having: nenlerVril aomeiluty. wearitio.a, iiiaaiun-a, j-iuitrring; ai mo I Heart, Dota In tarn the eyee, YelluwHkln. , Iteedaclio cmerally over the right eye, I Iteatleaaneaa, with Utful dreama, highly coloraj Urine, and I CONSTIPATION. T! TTS ril-LMirr rMrrlllyniUite.llo nrli , fMiflfkw rCfrrta aurliA chang of frlltitra ! nloiiUli llir tutTerrT. Tiiv liirrnfti ll Mtrlllr, Mul rmu tb ti 1.. rk itii 1 l.it. u ii m im ia nnitrltlifvl an t v 1 r ritlr irllon on lha Il4fril 4ti-cnit. Ilrirultir Sluul ari pr Uu...l It -o , t J ?lurijr u X, Y, TU ITS HAIR DYE. (IHAT lit II .!lV,lt xmi tanre.l taallliaar II1.A1 k i.r nauigt- ij .t n fiuiativa. lllm Iiaria a nalaral color n u ln.tantaiivuuaty ev4d 7 Iirurai.u a eeul by ii"o on receipt of II. iirit-t:,3.i jit'KUAY vr.,xi.w yohu. (Br, vrrra macit, i.u.iw i.im ui iv,r.i iuiru uia aika lata iuaiia.ji lalj IMC DISEAStS OF yvtM.YOUTH and MANHOOD ki'ieeF 1 eiimrTniieiiTU un.u. y OUT MEDICINE ci Aiiii-Hi.iui anir 1 -a cui'm.11 Ii. 11 t i-mi.oh riir- cent w. ill llruae. but eel rreicrtpllona fire and r t. cli la llell Hum bug-, i.l 11 11 eiit-e I'm 0 n Addreia THE PUBLISHER Oe 2)4 Milwaukee. Wli, J I 1 Ii k and a. 1,1.1 Ouaeka. FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE, A favfirfta rrtrrlntlftti at nni of thft molt hot4 ajid uccaful pcullsia In tb II. M. .Buwrfttnd) tor tbmeut ot Xtrrntf nubility. aVoaC.IIiiHAaatlll'aeViaii4 1miw Hul U pltla Bev.-U urloj"a-. Ufuistau cao till it. .ddf.ii DR. WARD & CO., Lowluiaa. M. CBv-BmTS llM.k .V.ttM .rlb ax! le llleee. Ml. aag U.k.eM, liMeerl.i lUlllllr. Ia.ale.. Ilralf tLviL kvakUllU ai f U.M.lil ADrtii... .evriaur .rraieo w III UU9 'lrle.., " .' r.Mli4. Caller ailMluf t.f. efUaee- Haw -. Ifcf iaaaa..trle llxalnH-ol br ai.ll. (l'.r-M..airrlaarnMllaelar.hta4aMaaih.lra4ar.flaA aa4 L-ara Mwriai.e la lalr aa.aale. II I. al a IraM. Aairraa, lilt. IIITIH. t . aih m, M. leak, la, l.l AI1I.HIH.1 UIKIt TIIIUTV KAUH. . . ..-- - .... HARRIS REMEDY C0.,."li-a:i!l,L P80f, a OiakU aaa kaU reaa'a al ir.llAfiRIS- PASTIUE RtUeOT b irniM F ff Ma aa4 ath-Hi mk ar 1 ft.,.,iii aj faitktl Ubll 1 lrtHt(auTe l If aiftatT gkmtmf fllM, Bl gate la k If tataal (tallLrmlla. .... T W Ksbh 4f 11 1, .t vv ia u,t, fc ) ttawting aMet-U). at. a.atl'haatat flr.-tamrt klMllNlrruai tBiih.! (L.tiialti,. .,!. ,6., l. Heal j aiail U biala bbfa. lilfilmmt lr t lg wmmf k tiail. lJawlAla- bti- Mbf Ult leUWMff eUti Mavl eaf V HI Mkl Mit M a-ftaJa.-al.t.-e, (jTFMaaiaaweBlaallafe. IHaW" -CeaaeT If you want a strictly First-Class Buggy or Phaeton at Reasonable Prices, call on or address Ashbrook, Tucker & Co., 8 & 0 Public Laiiding, Cincnnati, ii.it (1 rnmlhutttoH of Vro tuxlJtof Iron, rrvuvinn Jtarknmt I'hoMjtJuirUMln it iMitatnhtf oitii, 'Hit (unlft prtM tut tun uf iron hi tvitt twi blacken the Uth,$Q rhururtrrUtteof lhrr ! vrrtHirutton, I 1 .u Iu in pia u anil in an iiittrliiutjor uu i eutiuiuj iaf t ji l in r IUI ill) Intt'tLM- lt iHiibia. autl auluia uial lilt, IAK1H'a lib) at laiia liVU liLldttl l) ILi viigliiiilliii.inii..r. aUt tulliu VtuUiUirulcuratal.