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ffl 5fini-lttIi(nnttrior journal Stanford, Kj, November 13, 1883 A Wooden Splinter. "Where' your torthpiCetr" Tbit yiestlori was rather uruflly attd yesterday afternoon in a somewhat ten; restaurant-! gentleman who, after hi had unlabcil hit mlddsj rjit, was rum. maglng around in teatc'i of the much Bought and iiulmsally usJ woiden spltrt" ter, ,- The answer told inqulr was aomethtnj iittunlsiitng and wa in substance UVe thitt "Well, the fact Is, tlr, it h almost Impossi. lie for us to keep a tuppl of these articles on hand. hmay ewiu string to you, hut, If you only htliere it, there are no lew ttau 6,000 peaple dine her dally, bat theeo pie who do come here actually ateal the toothpiclci. Yes, tlr; carry them iff by wholesale. Other hotels experience the lime trouble? Yet; it is a universal cus tom for people to carry off toothpicks, anJ, although it U a very small matter, still I renture to fay that there is not a hotel man In l Im citr but notices the rapidity with which hii stock of toothpick dlsipptara." With these remarks in his mind, the le porter taught a wholesale druggist and to him put the question: ''lion many tooth picks are used in Boston every jen?" After reflection for a few moments, the druggist replied! "Well, at a rough eati mite, I should aiy at leatt a billion." "To what use are they put?" "Well, tome people pick their teeth with them, otherschew them, many dineeff them, ptnsire geople bare a habit of whittling them away just for pastime, while others an! by others I mean the majority carry whole pocketfuls about with them. These toothpick fitnds you may observe at all time: They pick their teeth at the table, in the parlor and on the alreet, in the horse car, in the hotel office, on the ro tundMjBndinsct every where you tat et them, the mania is pievalent and is increas ing rapidly. There are, however, a great many different kinds of toothpick, and the fashion depends altogether on the location Oil West they use very fsmllliarly the bowie'knife and table-fork; in Chicago it is not considered bid taste to nip the sulphur from the ordinary match, whl'e in Musi chusetts and Connecticut the woodtn sp'in ter U uftd almost exclusively." "How about the goose quill toothpick?" "The gooso quill toothpick hat gone out of fashion, th diys of the jetrs of its pil grimage are ended, and the curbstone mer chants who used to eell them have retired millionoIres."-Bjstbn Globe. Josh Billings on Courting. Courting it a luxury, it it salad, it iz ie water, it iz a beveridge, it iz a pli spell of the aoul. The man who haz never courted' hazlivciin valo; he haz bin a blind man among landscape and.waterskar e-; ,he hi, bin a dell man jn tue land or band organ, and by the ride ov murmuring canals Courting iz like 2 little springs ov salt water that steal out from under a rock at thefutov a mountain, an rundown the hill aide by aide, tinging and dancing and spat tering each uther, edding and frothing and kaiktding, now hiding under bank, now full ov sun, and now full ov shadder, till biraeby tha jine and then tha go alow. I anrln favor ov long courting, it gives the parties a chance to find out each other') trump Lards, it iz good exercise, and iz jlst az innenent as 2 merino lambs. Courting iz like strawberries and cream, wants to be did alow, then you get the flivor. I have aaw folks git acquainted, 'fall in luv, git married, fettle down, and git tew wurk in three weeic from date Tnisiz Jist the w.-. sum folks larn a trade, and akouota f r the great numbjr ov mighty mean uiachkn ics we liar, and the p"bor lull tha turn oat Perhaps it Is best i shud state some go'od advica to young who nre about tew court with a Coal view tt matrimony, all It war In the first place, young man, you wauttu get youre system all rite, and then find x young womai who Iz willing tew be court ed on the square The ce:t iz lew Cud cut how old she iz, which you do hi askinz her, and the will ray that "lie iz 19 year old, and this yu will find went be far from out of the m. The next brst thing iz to begin moderate, at owe every nite in the week for the first elx months, increasing the dose as the pitlent seems lew require it. It is a fust rate wa tew court the ijlrl's mother a leetle on the start, for there it one thing a woman rever depies, and Ihst is a leetle good courting, if it iz done strickly on the rquare. After the fust year yu will begin to like the bizzlcess. There is one thing! alwu advise, and thatiz not to awop fotograff oftener than onsa iu 10 daze, unlcsa you forget how the gal looks. "No I am not honest," says Scribbles; "but I am dishonest from the beet of mo tives. Suppose a man pays me forty dollar instead of thirty, and It's n mistake he might never discover. If I give him back the ten dollars, he will aay to himself, There, U an honest person. The world Is not so bid, after all.' This will give him confidence in mankind, and the next man he deals with may cheat him out of hi eyes. No, air, I don't want to give any man confidence; it might wreck his whole for tune. I don't want my fellow-beings cheat ed, and I must continue to do nothing that will put them off their guard." One day last week, four men went from Somerset to Frankfort to carry three pris oners to the penlteullary. Those guards are paid by the State. The three pilsonere were put In with forty-seven other prisoners, and one guard took the whole fifty out to the Kentucky Union railroad work. This one guard was paid by 0. R. Mason & Co. It defends you , entirely upon wboM ox I goreJ. R'c 'jmond Herald. An Episode In thi Lift of tanner Chittf, Tolhecltr Firmer Chilly, ruin, but gritty, ' Caws out day. And he wandered, And he pondtrrd, Oa his way. Tbnt white Rating Ataiastlcg Sights and prilling All htuw; Its was taken Hand in ehtken By mistaken v llr. ehaw. I ', . ,Wlftl right It, , And rrqalt It, Ulm Intltel r To a trail: ' Anil the farmer Tothalo'mer i Urw a warmer Filial th whit. Soon, elated, , And loaned, Chittf watted For the deal, Whin tome ten , Showed their facet Two hard eaeee ' Mad htm squeal. la the city Stood th gritty Ftrniir Chttty , Cunlog all. Not a penny 01 th nuny lied he asy Mora to call. - V Home returning Through tie burning Sand, and learning Uow to tramp. Spouse ehe took hlni, And eh shook bliu Ortt forsook hint Aol eh wouldn't belief a blamed word he utd In txplauatlon.-Txas Sittings. Chronic Lassitude. There are certain characteristic concert ed with a lazy man which are admirable. They excite In the twanging, jingling breast of the nervously fidgety a feeling which borders oa respect and is akin to awe. Your "double geared, fidgety man will spin all day like a top and tun down in the cool of the evening on the identical pot on which he started offafltr breakfast. The man suffering from chronic lassitude will keep itill, keep cool, keep in theshade, put in a full day' work resting himself aud arrive on time at aundown, cool, calm and collected, without having once aweat under the collar or laid a hair. The profe-sisnil lazy man seem to eat, drink and nsl sleep with as much gusto and tang fro'ul as his fidgety brother with the high presiure anatomy and patent double cylinder, fur, perfecting, hygienic appara tus, who gets hot in the box and wears and grinds and cuts '-hi life' away like a piece of misfit mach'imfy. The fact of the busi ness is, the 'man of bustle weats his life awy for the want of the oil of red. The lazy ruin just soaks along like a handful of cotton! waste in the oil cup of a box car axle. Rafter. for Uncle. Sam's. Currency, , The paper on which the United States currency Is printed is manufactured at Daltcn, Mass., and the Boston Herald in a recent issue, gives the following particulars: Eighteen or twenty of the treasury girl-, who earn $3 a dsy, count the sheets, ex amining each one closely, and rejecting all Imperfect ones. An automatic register at the end of the machine register evety sheet as it is cut ofl and laid down. The register man takes them away in even hun dreds, and they are immediately counted in the drying room. In all the varioui pro cesses of finishing every sheet is counted, and they are again counted on their receipt at theTreasury Department in Washington. The great protection of the government against counterfeiting lies in the peper here made. The distinctive feature is the Introduction of colored silk threads into the bly of the paper while1 it is in the process of intnufscture. They are intro duced while the piper is In the pulp, and are carried along with it to the end of Ihe machine, where it is delivered as actuil piper. Tbts has been more fatal than any thing else to the pro'esaionsl counterfeiters. jn the 1'arlor. "nai uoea your tlilcrsty about me?'' asked a young man of the small brother of the maiden he thought he loved "Ob, lot-!" rectentloutly exclaimed the precocious bor. . . , i "Well.ftell me,"aiddhe youth in a coaxi ing voice. ' "She a ty you've git lots of money." "Well.Tehat el?1' I don't like to tell " "Ob, come; tell me and I will give you tome cindy." "Well, the say that if she ever married you she'd loan you to Farmer Cornstalk for a scarecrow.,' "I that all?" he sarcastically inquired. "Ob, nol She tald if it wasn't for your eirs the top part of yout head would be an island, and that if your nose trs a little longer you could etir your coffee with It, and If-" But the young man had closed the front door after him and was acootlog down the ttreet on a dog trot. There are In Ireland about ninety-three thousand houses with only one rcom In each, and that of the rudest and poorest kind. 01 these ninety-three thousand one-roomed butt, most have floors of rough, damp etrth and roof of rotten thatch. Their wall are without plaster, and a hole In the gable serve them for a chimney. Into tome of these cabins will be crowded a goat, a donkey, a pig, and several fowls, along with the occupant and his family. For IS yean past, a citizen of Hickman has made the habit of paying the postage on all letters deposited In Ibe Hickman post office without stamps. He thinks three cent not much low to himself, and the receipt of the delayed letter might bring great pleasure to the absent ones. Courier. Block Walnut. Dltck walnut can be grown rem the nut producing bull fourteen Inches in illame-1 terjn as mtny years from the serd at fsr ( north as Massachusetts. Xo tree valuable for It limber In cabinet uses, unlsselhe, black birch l considered, can attain lo I that useful Rrowth In that period of time in our northern climate, Miplee require i twenty yeiM before they become good lim ber Ireeej beeches and btrclci, fifteen year to attain to a diameter large enough to yield nine Inch bjanlt; hlckoir thould ( have rt growth of thlttf tears; and cherry allerala much. The cultivation of Ihe black walnut might be made a tource of profit, if only as an auxiliary lo the ordinary farm product. I It riquires rid particularly care, tuaVoi n elegint tree even in youth and later offers an agreeable shade. The Snfin JfacAiM Journal tsys: "One hundred acres of land seeded to walnut trees, if they even rcsch maturity in fifteen years, would be more remunera tive than many of the crop produced by fif!n Yir nf Incesrant toll. Ilesldst. these tree mi(lit b planted and would thrive on spot which are really valueles i for agricultural purpose, and while in the l course cf growth would serve aa valuable aid to agriculture as wlcd breaks and in other resptcls " I How to Milk A tnllktr should learn to milk quickly. Slow milking will ruin any cow, and there is no doubt that many cows are mide unprofitable by bid milk ing. As soon as 'he (law of milk begins It should be drawn as rapidly as possible. Stripping with tLe finger and thumb is a t a - I 1 l . ..V f nau practice and mourn ot uniearntu bi once, anu ine wuoie uinu uku iu m ith. By persevering one will soon be able to milk very short teits if Ihe band is moderately tmall. The best milkers have small hands; strength of writt will come in time. The sixty-seven sacks of peach pits ship ped to San Francisco by th Ancoo, came , from the Riverside cannery and were con-1 signed to a candy factory to b converted into almond candy. Peach pits contains so many poisonous acids that it is probable the candy factory is run by a ryndicite of undertakers. Street Talk. "How much better you look, Mrs. S.I" "Ye, I have gained 32 ewstm.1 - TTail',1 tOte1i fl d TfaVtB VIAl i j-vhu'io tu itaiss VH"is aa v u t. . . v fe f0 we ,Q It Ls, mide , Mm Iete cure lml U worlh i $50 a bottle to any one that ha the catarrh." The story is going the rounds that Henry Smith, of Danbury, 2 C.swore frantically at the Almighty because of the failure of his tobacco crop, anJ hi tongue was paral yzed for hi blasphemy. It Herer Fails. are ttartled by its People are ttartled by its wonderful cures. The fact that Dr. Whitesel's Ger man Cough Srup for Couthe, Consump tion and Lung diseases it daily curing thousands of this terrible disease has caus ed all who have tested its merits to pro nounce it a never-falling remedy. Speedy in affording relief, effectual in arresting further progress of disease. Try it and be convinced. For tale by McKoberts & Stagg, Druggists. John D Park A Sons Agents. FBUFESSIOXAL ux at. aCKDirr. i. vr. mown. BUHDETT & XJBOWir, ATTOKNEY8 A.T U.VW ISI-lyr MT. TEENOK, KV. t. w. vishos. wallack a. Taanoa. T. -W. ot "W.E. VABKOK. ATTtmNEVB -A.T XnVW, STANFORD, KV. Offlc la Owaley A Son'a new bulidlcj up stain. M. PEYTON, A.TTOHIV33V A'l' XULW, btanfoud, kv. Will cractlc in th Cuurls of Lincoln and ad- Joining counties and Ihe Superior Court and Court oiappeaia. especial eueuuem gnea to couociioaa. Offlc. on Lancaster strait. 112 ALEX. AKDEHSON. A,TXOIlla3V A.T x..v-v, DANVILLE, KY., Will practlc In th Courts of Borle acd ad'olnlni countlea and In th Court cf Appeals. o ntaiT Attorney A.t JL.av. Ana Matter Coninilss'oner Kockcaitl Crcutt Court MT VEKJiUN, KV Will practlc In tb Itockcaatl. Courts. Collec tions a specialty. Office la Court-home. M IiEE v. nurrMAir, trl TJ It CS JL3 O N 1 MNVI&T, bTANFOltl), KV. Offlc South aid Main Btrnt, two doors abort th Myert Hot.!. Pur Nitrous Olid Oas administered when re quired. DB. W. D, PENNY, JJoiltlrtt, 8TASFOIID, KESTCCKV. fHB5 Offlc nrer Robt 8. Lytlt'e ator. Oflc. hour from S to 12 A ana i to s r- K. Anestn.iice aa mlnUUred waen neceuare ni-tyr-l HfOSTETTt? fcfc .. STOMACH , ITTEBS IneloujJ ia pus titMoia ti 'i i' 10-i 'tiueuiii j-mmo eiuuinaui .,'iir put ssiqaon Xiapin 'tutiuuinam ..' III1P 'tltdedsXp 'U01J)SU0J 'tuinduioj lean JOJ Xpauiu uiidns tiouiiamnj S t3qav '3pouistds-uu ui)pauaq mi tfltu it tsuvit uisisXs eqi 13JJ0J.I sil I'll totiuois s.muisojj tllM. tuit tutu Swat tq uiOJJ peeij q Hi ilul tuaisXs sqr sTJluuiii snoinq J 'rJ put' iij UtIA iequ pus tuo(iiea neisut uSuaiu. aWaaaaiHBaVle THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOB MA1TAND BBAST. Forworn tlmn n Ihtnlof a century l' !SileaiiMiitint;I.lntmiitliiuioen known to millions nil over tlio world te tlto only sato rellAnoA for Sim miief nf accident mid pnln. It Is n medtatnr nlMVa jirtco mm pmlo Hi iMet or tta hind. 1'or i very foiui ci external pain MEXICAN Mnstan Mnlmcnt U wlttiont nn ennnt. 11 liaieSrffl rt ti miiB iiiui.lii in i t.i terjr bone maklna; tha oonOnu aoeo of pain nnd lnnAtnmallon linixw Iblr. Itflrirccisuponllumsn Flesh nnd thnlinitat rrMInu nro equally wonUc rul. TUo Hexlcan MUSTANG Mnlmcnt la needed by aomrbody In every lionte. l.vcrjr day brines nuwa of tlsr atrour of mi ntrriil at lil or tiiirn siibdnrd, of rlieumatl tnartjrr TV store.1, or n, vatnahU huraa or px eared by tho healing power Of this LINIMENT which pccdllr enre well nUmentS ot tlio 111 MAN IUMIis Ithaniiiatlam, sxrclllnt;. Stiff joints, eoiitraeiril .Huitlit, llurai .nu r-ratua, tnii, utuisoa nnn Mprnlm. Polionani lllira ami Mint;", Mimirei, nu, old Store, rletr,l'rflt tilllilaliie. Nora Klpplea, Cat. !. and Indeed ry form of external tile- eat. It liealiirllhontacar. (iPri.,.; tintn: nPAiisi.l W.... t or the Urate cbjution It cares njr, ottrr joiuti, Hor, Hoof Il- . U;,,i rooeitoi i Senw orm. 34?ati. Inlloir Horn, Ntralclira, tVlud Kalis, Spavin, Tliru-h, ltliicjlau, Old Hor. 1-atl i:ll. l'lln. mion the Maht and ever) olhrr alliuenl In which Ilia orcupanla nf eh SJtatil and IStiHU larit ara llabla This Mailcnn Mutlanic Liniment always currs and iiur-tr UtaaiiixiluU andltls.roalUvcly, THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS 703 UM1 03 BEAST, Fire.Lightning & Tornado I.V.SUU.IXCE! Seven First-Glass Companies, LOWEST BATES! lg:-4ta J.JI.VJIILirs.Aut., btanforJ. CURE Rlclr. Ttradaeh and rdlcra til th tronblnt Incl- oral to a nuioa ti or in erstcrn, each at Iitt tlnesa, Naa.ui, Dnncalnrea, Dltr after catiar, ralatattioSld.Ac. Wbll their most rcraar. ahle electee his been shown la caring SICK iTeadache,yrtCarter'sUttleIJTcrrUlsare3any Talaabl In LousllpuUon, carlo; and vrrreolinl this annoytsff complaint, rU thrr !) correct all dlsordcra of th tiogaach, ttlmnlat th llrer aid rx jute tho bowds, na It they only cured HEAD Ach they would be almost pricelce to thoas who off, r from thl dlatrwilnir complaint ; bnl forts nataly their Roodne doe not end hrt-e, and those who one try them will find the llttl pills sraln- able In o many way that thry w III not be willing todunULouttacm. Mil slier ail aK uta- ACHE I tht lano cf so many lire that her It where we snake our treat boast. Our plU cut It whilo other do not. . Carter's Llttl Llecr rul are Tory email an rerycaaytotaVn, One or two pill make dose. They era strictly Tiv-tablo an. ,n l.- l.wlh. 'p ceil!, atl. IT Tctri'oia anu do not frriM or ho ,'U, www brtt thi !r crntle action i low all who celhem. laMslsatyJcents: Ut for Sold by lUuslata c. uy wLcrc, or scat ly CAItTEIl 31EUICIXE CO., ew Tork. -TAKE THE- 01 & MISSISSIPPI 0. W. roa tiii East, West mul North raou IjOIJLlSVlllO ! 3T-r.'wv.-,",u LOUISVILLE to JL falXlS CINCINNATI, tb East and th North, free 1'arlor Car to Cincinnati and 1'alac faleeplnz Car to Cincinnati. Wtialof ton, Baltimore, fbllaJelpataand New Vork.wltU out change. 2III9:ne from LOUISVILLE u X femlXlS BT.IX)U1S and tceWeet, Northwest and Boulbweit. with Talic Meeplng Cars on uigUI train, LouIstIII tobl. Louts. iO Hours WBS8& t0 2rsT'worawv.-3 fro'" LOUIHVII.LK to A rams INDtANAl'OLIS.CIII. CAGOand th North, with Day Coat bee and lie cllnlog Chair Cars through without change. LOOK AT TIIIH J TbtS-Up. u. Etprtu (dally) from Louisrlll has Palace sleeping Cart from Loulirlli to New York without change, arrlelng at Wublngton 2.-23 p. tu, next day Honn Ahead of All Competitor.. Euiljtranle and Home-Seekers fia tbeO.A M. K'y bar Through Day Coacbe on all Iralna. liar no tuldnlgat changes. Arrlt at bt. Louie 2 hours In adeem ol other lines, thereby securing more tluifor uiakln2 chanir. ol can and eattlou flnt choic of aeate In care of connecting lines, InaJrancof other line to Indianapolis and Chicago and th only llu giving lie palrvnt a 12 mil rid along th ehor.e of Lak,Mlcblgan. For tickets, rites, time, uiapa, Ac. apply to Ticket Ageuta ol counecllog line or address U. b. 1IKOWN. Southern 1'asaeuger Agt., 8. E,Cor. Fourth A Main sts.,Louliilll. W. W. PEABODY, W. B. 8IIATTUC, Utu'l Manas.r. Ocu'lPaasenger Alt ClnclaaaU. J. D. HILL, Passenger Ageut, Ltbiatn.Ky, PITER'S fiftpl CHCRCH RIRKCTORT. MKTIIODIST, KOUril -RlV. II. C MArrleon. rter. (Wrelm eeery BuoJej ruorn.oe end tetcept th ihIM Vrayer tlrtlng every Thurvlty night. (Sunday School attoj a H Rev II C Morrtton, 8uptrlnta.lent B A1TI8T Ittv. J. M BacrsT, Tailor Cereleei oa Kecond and Fourth Bundife, morning aui otght, rrarer Meeting ere, Wednesday after noon, ftunday g hool at .10 a. M, It, E, Barrow JupeflntenJftit. CHRISTIAN tVonblp by la congregation t ery tord'e day, Frracblngby t'r i. W. Coi on Second and Koutlh lord's Hare. rit lay School at U. Joe. Hsterante, HurlntenJeat. i TREanYTCHIAN, MIl'TII.-Itef. I. 0 McF.I- a. ror, paixor cunaay c-cnooi aiv eg. jonn w - roy, raitor (Sunday School att 0. John W ut, superintendent. Onion Frayer Meeting en rdneeday nlghte iwiui.nuneri Wdneeday I OPERA house;. STASl'ORD. SY. W. P. WALTON, Proprietor, BliofSU,I,i50. riiht cnmalete eete cf Seen-' ery Seatlnt capacity, Includlnt gallery, 600. ' iieaioDaiM raiee to ooi aiiracnooe. Aajreai as abort, Stanford Female College. ATAM'OIID, KY. 'With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlelmtltullon will open Its Thirteenth Sela en the 3d Monday In September neat. ALL THE BRAKCUCS OF A THOnOUGHENGLlSHCOURSE An tauiht, aa well aa MUBIC. THE IiANOUAOKS. DltAW INO AND l'AIKTINQ. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price ran from til to 154 In lb regular Departments. I'rluary, tii, Intenaedlet MO; lreprauty, IW. and Colletiete, 50, rot full particulars, aa to Board. Ac . adJroM MRS). H. V. TRt'Kllf.AKT. ITIaclIiiM, sunfVirJ. Lincoln Co.. Ky, "halus- IRatarrhIRure 13 RECOMMENDED SY rHTilCIAiri I ounua - ;j , Catnrrh of tho Nasal Canltf-Crtronlo ana I Ulcarntleel Catarrh of th tar, C or Throat. It la taken INTCHN ALLY, nnd pets uiniuiLi upon ina aiooa nna Mucous Surfaces of in Bjfatom. It Ix the host Blood Purifier in the WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that I charged ror It, tor that alone, xxm ' on? mma, cure foIwIcatares Vtrm the jiAKiarr4j i And waofTarOna Hundrad Dollar tor any ! Cnao of Cntarfh It fill not Cure. WILL. CUKE AM CASE. Odce cf A. T Btkvaev & Ca'l Cnrcaoo, 111 . Junn 4, IsSX, Zfeeer. F. J. Oenriit Oft. ToltJo, U Utnllimrn. I Ut tdesiura In ttf'iraln you lUt I car useil llalVa CaUrrb Itra. It has cured me I was very bad act don't healuta lo , a.-Hat I, will .lm.Anr.a.a.r.- f -a. !. I. -!, I , .. M..w.c ..J apt- ... .l .a. M t lU proporly, Voura truly. I J. IX WcaTntarcaa. , TTOrtTII !u A IIOTTLE. ' K. Mrjutar. Jackaco, Jllrh., write liar bad , Catarrh for 3) yean. 1 1 ill. Catarrh Cure cured ' ma Ootxliierlt worth t I'lOO a Urn!-. - i ITfSoId by all Dmcr'ata at !J ct y-r bnttls. Manufactured arut aol.A.r r J CUtKLV CO. EU ITDirtotora, TOLEDO, OUIO, For aal to Slanfwd by fenny A McAlister. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, MTANFOrB. - -KY. Hating bad this Hotel Refurnished nnd Iteiltted From basement to garret, I Intend to Keep II Iu n .Strictly rii-Ht'C'lHssH JlHtiiier, And leaie nothing nndoo that will add to tb COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Commercial Traveler Ars oflred SPEOIAI. INDUCEMENTS To patronise me, aa I ha to erery coatenlence.soch a NICC SAMPLE UOOU4, Ac., fur their use. Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. 01rmacalL W.N, 1'KANCI.H. CHESAPEAKE UNO HO 11 Kentucky's llouto East rot Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. -Th oaly line running PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS A SofjlTTRAIN Olll8TlIIC,CillClllllHllllaltiLX niKiou, jiy., "WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting la esm depot with fut Iralna lor NewYorli. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ville, Norfolk-, Ail Virginia and North Carolina jfoints. For ticket and further Information, annlr to your nearest ticket office, or address JAMENC.EKNNT. Uenl. Weaurn Agent, 310 W. Mala NtLouuTll!,sYr. O. W. NM1TH, H. W. I'DLLEB. uai ataoM.r, uu- i'taiT Atrl, bUchumd, YlrgUila. put Thi t Out f' TUtnrn M ti wtth TfV I miTfTi v rrm'u mn I tnh - hi la riniiKeiM ' tta. JiewMULX. m lSh iiiisr Inrii i l Mn, i "rk UXLLMLat ,r- ' ''' . " n;nn, a 1 1 1 t all ii i i ameaj;riiraiiii.iai ooeiea.i'sAt'fc Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills" ron tub LIVER And all IllousComplalnts Bate in take be.ng purely ectAl.le. no grip- '" lllcollrts Aflllniete. r r. ROBBED Tnotisind or erases tr ennualiy robbed of that Jlcllxit, llreiro!ontl na rt . is and health re, ItUulll. lluaf.L. .u. -"' -.viiu,irii GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! Which tkOftll.tftir .tiJ lMrntnMllw ... . lIMf IS enl'iiK . an.1 ll .llu.?-. .t.i ..... ..... .......... , .. ,, .-. mil (allow a seUncofrel.AtuM, a loo nt enertv. knot memory, universal Ueellude, Pin In th. Uct. dlraneMofelslon, reniaiuold a, and many other ieeae mi iea.1 10 foneumptlon and a i-ro- nill.tr - r-end for rlrrulars with tntl. uen alsfre bysnall Th i.WIfOU.tTOH IseoMatflpertoi.oralx boaee for J, br all druMlsts, or Willi eenl free by null, securely sealed, on receipt tftrlc, by addreealnc ... ., '' KT, -, .. .ll Adarue street, Tlfdn,ohl. "ol (nt fr th Untied aialee, ISI-lyr 4M1V01V 1IOVXJB." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. THE OXhY LIKE ni'.N.VI.td PiiUiumi Palnce Cars! AND 80LID TRAIN'S. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO trxtaLHoricK-rawnfre Iron th Kooi. et'le BrsiKhof L. A S. it, n. arrlt In Loo In II U In tlmelo taklbeols( train of Ihe Jlonoa ltoult" and o Ihrouth to (IrceBcastle. C'ranfordsvlllc, I-ararettfl aud Chicago n Ithuut cliauge. TIME TABLE. eTAtlUNS. Kelly, i Dally. Let. LeaisTllle Air (ireencasila. " Crawferdsttli.. " Ulijette .. . ... " Cblratw Illpu! IKiu 3 01 pin 01 pia Itpm IDpn i ui a m 7 OJ am I II s u I T a sal Tk most direct route, with only on thanieof cars, lo all, taints In Wisconsin, Mlooewn, Iowa Nebraska, Ac Tor lurlber luforastlon. addrma Jtlr-UAY KCLLEKO. 1'. A.. 155- Lout, till., Ky THEORKAT Through Trunk Line Wlinotit Change and wim Speed Uorlvaled SHORTEST ANO QUICKEST ROUTE raou LOVUTILLI TO Tilt SOUTH & WEST PUUMANCARSniV Lllti. llock, Uaigsaery, Allaala, 1 thief it ffaact at tah JaeiaAaallt. ll.t.11. V na wwsanuuiif, IVVIir, Mllwl W VClwDI BESf R0UTET0FL0RIDA la Ttlace Care Wltboat Cbaag. SHORT LIHE TO THE EAST frose Loolsslllela PataceCarawltbnlcbasg. FMlnRANTC alnc homeTontTe LlTlllinflll IO Hn ol tins road will recelre apeclal low ratei. See At.ais ol Ibis Company for tatee, rentes Acorwrlt. r. p aeuiioC n o i i :,: ' ni-wnu U. r. Ok It H. "' Loullll. Kr. I LO. iit rn- -TUEMOSTDESIlaBLKPJUTE TO CIaVCHVIVATI! And dKldedly tbs Popular Koul, aSardl, as It do, lees chanfea and auperlor accommodstlons to Miiionri. Iowa, Kansas, Tezai, Th. North, Northwest and West. In fad, If yen tout uidat a trip In any direction, your interest wilt b best eererd by purchasing your tlckete ela a.. C. and Clndnnail. Pulloiao Palace Care: El faat New Day Coaches, end hindeouialy fjralia el ItecllnlLi Chair Cart tons th usequalad e-iulpmetitsof tbts Old lUllabl, thereby making a trip orer thte line on ol luxurious comfort aal pleaaur. Try It. TIMETABLE. IN EFFECT OCTOBEK TS. 1IU liOUTU. No. J. I No. i. I No. 11 Le. Coelngton. . ' t'atuoutb " Cjnthlana... Arr. Parle. a OJ am S5a u ID 4i u II 11 a ni I CO p tu 4 M b m t at p u o .u p in Lee. Paris..... Arr. Leilptton.- 11 20 a m illUp n 20 p tu 7 10 p m Lie. Parla. . its p ni Mllleraburg. . ' " Carlisle i Arr. Majsriil. . eu p in TtO on- I ao p ui Lr. P.rle. " Wlncheiler . " Illchniond " Lancaster Arr otanlord June 11 23 a ui 12 it p u I II p ui a si p iu M paii, Wdbi . 10 p ui 12 Upu i v p iu 00 jira stepa Nokiu. I No. I. No. I. No. If. Lre. MaA turd June II CO a in 1 Upu 2 10 pu 6 Wpsu " Lancaster .... " ltlchund . " Winchester. Arr. Paris. ..... 11 24 a iu 12 41 p ru a IK) a u 7 It. a m 1 11 a tu x :o p in S 10 put Lie. Marseille ,. . " Carlisle...... " Mlllersburg. Arr. Parla oo a lull: i diuI. 7 10 a tu, 2 04 pull..... 7 60 t tu. 2 29 pu.. I llsuil IM p m. Le. Letlngton " Parts .,. " Psrla ..... " Cynthlana.... Falmouth I I ,'') s ui 2 IS p ml . . laiu l 10 p ui J llsmfllOpml... a Ma ru 144 p tu .... II 111 nil IU n r,.l Arr. coeington. II SO a iu ail) p ai, Ma -. I m I w . fdl . ... . , v-; i .' i .ii " "." "sysein v oo ui No" :j Lr! M.-y HI 12 4. tnT'SSl J P S No.. 1 ,nd 4 dalirwieVn itfchuiond. Uingu" and Coelngtonj sll others daily jcnt Hunday. Special Rates to Emigrants. For tickets, ratee and Information pertalnlnzto tlni1toanctlout,Ac..callouorddret W, 111 UcUOBEItTS. Aosar, BtanforJ, Xy, O. W. BENDER, c. L. BROWN, Bup.rlnt.adent. O.n'U'aalA F?tVAk Coelntton, Ky. GEO. II. MeKlNNEV.Trtr.'pau. A Fit. Alt. b-tanbrd, Ky. flNl iitlht M mihtaenanf W V,HI.'Vruinl7 lltkf 1 ana',1. ' si.SI.toi k.