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the dread of the cotton grower,
can be prevented. Trials at
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experience of leading growers
prove positively that
is the only remedy.
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93 Nassau St., New York.
KDITBD BY THE JONEMIIOKO W. C. T. U.
The W. 0. T. IT. meets every Thursday in the
Idisemont of tli First l'resiiyt.Ti.in Church
at 2 :30 o.cloek l'.M. Tho llrst '1 hursilny is a
meet Iiik for ri'portsof local superintendents
of work done In the month. The second
Thursday is tho monthly Bible reading. Tho
third, wo have the responsive rending on tho
dilT.irent deiartments of work. Fourth
Thursday, mothers' meeting. Tho public
arc cordially Invited to attend anv of theso
Miss Mary Crosby, of Maine contributed
tho following on tho white ribbon to tho state
convention as an Impromptu :
"Wear it In tho workshop,
Wear it in tho street,
Wear it In tho parlor
When your friends you greet,
Wear it when you're going out,
When you're coming back
Here and there and everywhere.
Just like Agnes Slack."
THE BENEFITS OF PU11ITY.
There are a few men and women In tho
United States, that they are few more's tho
lty, who are devoting their energies for tho
promotion of purer lives. Many thoughtless
persons look upon thorn as impracticable
eranks ; but if we are not to suffer a serious
deterioration of national strength, moro
attention must bo paid to tho matters
which they havo tho eourago to discuss
and to tho reforms which they advocate.
There Is something appalling in tho contem
plation of tho number of children that come
into the world, diseased in mind; and body,
doomed to lives of distress anil vico
from whom as they grow older a noxious ex
halation emanates that is poison to every
community with which they come in contact.
What can bo expected of a community where
criminals nro bom, brought fnto wretched
lives without any fault of their own.
When such things happen all over the land,
who will say that there is no work for purity
associations to nccomplishish and who will
charge that those who engago in it, because
their unmber Is not largo are only impracti
cable cranks? The purposo of such pooplo
is far coaching in its scope. It involves the
conceptions of tho old Smrtans, but with
higher ideals, who gave so much attention to
peopling their country with strong men and
women. Their objects embraced only tho
physical, while those of onr reformers em
bracesboth the physical and tho spiritual.
There can be no doubt that with proper at
tention to such matters tho men and women
of the future may bo made stronger, men
tally and morally as well as physically. They
proceed upon the theory that blemishes of
birth are voidable, and that purity is tho av
enue that leads to u more perfect human
life than exists under present conditions.
Tliere'ure no weak points in nature laws;
they are both indexible and infallible. When
tin y are violated there is no pardoning power
that can come in between tho transgressor
and the penalty. Every infringement Involves
certain retribution. Like begets like, and
that which a man sows ho shall also reap.
This i.iv is perfectly understood, universally
conceded and practiced by mankind, except
in matters pertaining to tho human race. In
his relation to domestic animals, man ac
knowledges its force, rospectsand acts upon
it; in relation to himself ho ignores uud dis
regards it. The result is visible everywhere;
the future will reveal in this fair land a na
tion of weaklings with a more than fair share
of hopeless criminals. It is a matter worthy
of the gravest consideration of scientists and
It is not necessary to go into details hero
in the suggestion of remedies. Heroic treat
ment would be moro than justilled ; but the
llrst thing to be accomplished is to arouso
tho people, especially the leaders of thought,
to tho existence of tho evil. When that is
done it will bo easier to consider effective
remedies. It must bo recognized ns a fact
that tho race is being steadily debased
before remedies can be successfully applied.
But there is no controversy and can be none,
about impurity being tho mother of physical
degradation and odious vice. When men and
women learn to live chaste lives, and do so
live, then will wo havo a model nation, re
markable for tho strength anil morality of
its people. Knoxvilln Journal.
Tho- lVoKiH'i tiiH orThc Homo for 18l8.
The excellent stories, for which Tho Homo
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fancy work departments will bo kept up to a
high standard. Kate Sanborn will continue
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of tho numerous departments will bo in
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Tako Notice. You are given a choice of ono
of the following articles and The Homo for
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Daughter, by CUrlot to M. Brieme; Book of
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Hoblxnl I lie Grave.
A startling incident of which John Oliver,
of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated
by him ns follows: "I was in a most dread
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physicians had given nie up. Fortunately,
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now a well man. I know they saved my life,
and robbed the grave of another victim."
No ono should fail to try them. Only 50
cents per bottle at F. E. Britten's drug store
A Owtly Strike.
The action of the British Amalgamated
Society of Engineers in overwhelmingly re
flecting tho proposal of tho employers for a
settlement of tho great engineers' strike is
of vast import to the industrial situation
over there. Tho strike lockout has already
gone on for twenty three weeks, and as tho
tight will thus bo prolonged indefinitely, tho
nitwit ion In ii very kihyh ono for t ho KiikIIhIi
t'liKiiiucrinn trades to confront. Already tho
t ratio disputes this year nro wild to have
cunt (J rent Britain $75,000,1)00, whllo tlip
spirit eiiKciiuVred by tho present doiullock in
not at all conducive to complacency. Boston
Calai'i'li In ii 1m'hkc
Which roiiulros a constitutional remedy. It
can not ho cured by local applications.
Hood's Karsaimrilla Ih wonderfully success
fill iH cumin catarrh because It eradicates
from tho blood tho scrofulous taints which
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Hood's I'llls are prompt, efficient, always
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Tin1 NeVNuiwr ntnl ttiu Cluircli.
This Is an ago of progress and tho church
can not afford to stagnate. Tho clergyman
of today takes advantage of modern Im
provements. Ho pays pastoral calls on a
bicycle; ho lights his church by electricity
and ho is experimenting with tho plan of
giving his sermons a wider circulation by
transmitting them to his parishioners by
telephone, Tho newspaper Is by far the
most effective, aid ho can employ. It is the
ultimate manifestation of modern progress
and energy. Tho church can not do without
It. Now York Journal.
The DlKiovory of the Day.
Aug. J. Bogel. the leading druggist of
of Hhereveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New
jJisoovory is tno only thing that cures mv
cough, and it is tho best seller I have." J.
r. ('aniiilM'll, merchant of SatTord, Ariz.,
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that is claimed for it ; it never fails, and is a
sure euro for consumption, coughs and
colds. I can not Hay enough for its merits.
lr. King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds is not an experiment. It
has boon tried for a mint-tor of a century.
and today stands at the head. It never dis
appoints, free trial bottles at r. K. llnt
ton'u drug store.
"How do you come to bo celebrating your
golden wedding, Blinks? You've, only boon
married three years." "I know," said Blinks,
"but my wife and I thought we'd bettor havo
It now, when wo really need tho gold."
Diseases often lurk In tho blood beforo
they openly manifest themselves. There
fore keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsa
purilla. "Your Highness will bo rejoiced to learn,"
tho (irund Vizier was saying, "that thoro aro
no further requests from the powers." "Ah,
yes," rejoined the Sultan, affably. "To be
sure. Wo were rather tired of boned Tur
key." Detroit Journal.
Tiuirtst Sleeping Car Clmtciuioiiga to San
Francisco, California, Via New Or
leans, Without Change.
The Queen and Crescent Route, in con
nection with the Southern l'acitio fSys
teni, operates once a week, a tourist
sleeping car from Cincinnati to San
Francisco, California, via Chattanooga
and New Orleans, without change. This
car leaves Cincinnati every Thursday
at 8 1. M., leaving Chattanooga Friday
morning via A. G. S. H. ii. at 8 :15 A. M.
Connection is made at Chattanooga with
this train from all Fast Tennessee
points. This also affords excellent ac
commodations for passengers en route
to Texas, l'artlws contemplating a trip
should address, J. L. Meek, T. I. A.,
Knoxville, Tenn., or C. K. Jackson, T. J'.
A., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Ho I told your father wo expotod to bo
married next month, and ho was wild. She
What did ho say? Ho Ho wanted to know
why wo couldn't make it next week. Puck.
"funnel, I see the papahs aro stating that
there is moah actual fuel in cawn than In
coal." "Of co'sft theah Is, Majah. Who
ever heahed of maklu' whisky from coal,
sah?" Indianapolis Journal. .
"That man Blinkersbury has got tho
Shakesperean craze tho worst way." What
has ho dono now?" "Insists on c.ilHng his
table girl "Good Digestfon' cause she waits
on nppetito." Cleveland l'laindealer.
Little Drusill Does your mamma tako
you in her lap evenings and tefl you fairy
stories? Mino does." Littlo Dorothy
(gloomily) No, my mamma hasn't got any
lap. Sho wears bloomers. Now York World.
Not Quito Knoiigl).
The Atlanta Constitution says that a cer
tain official In Georgia County once once soli
cited tho vote and influence of a colored
'Well, boss," said the voter, "you knows
enougn tor Know uat votes mean money, en
I can't git dem niggers to vote for you des
"I recognize that fact," replied tho official,
"ami am willing to eomo to time. I havo
only $9 to my name, but here's tho money."
Tho voter took It, rattled the silver in his
pocket, but still seemed to hesitate.
"What's the matter now?" inquired the
"Well, boss, tell do truth, I doan think I
I kin 'loot you for dis much. Hit'll tako
75 tor 'loot a man like you."
There is no Word so
Full of Meaning
and about which such tender recollec.
as that of
The lite ot
pectant Mother is
so assists Nature in the change taking
place that the Expectant Mother is
enabled to look forward without dread
to the hour when she experiences the
joy of Motherhood. It insures safety
to both Mother and Child, and she is
found stronger after than before con
finementin short, it "makes Child
birth easy," as so many have said.
Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but
"My wife suffered mora In ten minutes wltb
either of ber other two children than she did
altogether with her last, having previously osed
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Sent by Mill, on lecelrt of price. $1.00 PER BOTTLH.
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TNI BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..Ati.NT.Ga.
OLD a)Y Lk DNUQQIBT.
ic--!, it riii i n . lra I?
Some of Them '.Becoming Unruly In
f iiicaoo, December 21. A special to the
Times Herald, from Wichita, Kan., says :
Information has been rocolvcd at tho offlco
of tho United States Marshal at South Mo
Alester, Indian Territory, to tho effect that
tho lawless element among tho Indians has
formed a conspiracy to burn up the Unitod
States court house thoro and all other Unitod
States court buildings in tho Indian Terri
tory. Tho burning of tho United States court
house at Ardmoro tho other day, with all Its
records, Is believed to bo tho first attempt to
carry out tho plot. Tho Indians aiy said to
bo growing moro restive as tho 1st .,'f Janu
ary approaches, as upon that day all of their
tribal courts arc abolished and tho Federal
fourts havo full 'jurisdiction in litigation
affecting tho Indians.
Under tho Indian law, one Indian can not
sue another for debt of any nature. Thoro
aro vast numbers of notes held by shrewder
Indians against their less provident breth
ren, now uncollcctablc, which can bo sued on
and collected as soon as the Indians come in
under tho Federal law. It will ruin many
thousands of Indians, who havo heretofore
been considered wealthy, and It is tho dis
content of this debtor class that is thought
to bo responsible for tho plot to burn tho
court records and Impede, as far ns possible,,
tho administration of Justice in tho United
States Courts. Detectives aro watching tho
movements of tho suspected Indians.
San Francisco Short Line.
Union Pacific System are running
through Pullman Sleepers KanBasCity
to Sau Francisco only seventy two
hours cn route- also through Pullman
Sleepers from Chicago and Omaha via
Ogden, Southern Pacificand theShasta
Route to Portland. Observation cars
ou all trains on this route for the use of
passengers to view the magnificent
scenery over the mountains. For full
particulars and reservations from St
Louis or Memphis address Jas. F. Agler,
General Agent, St. Louis.
To Agents and Baggagemen.
Norfolk A Western Railroad Co.
During the Hunting Season, i. e., from
October 1, 1W, to March 31, IKiiH, this
Company will take free in Baggage
Cars, when accompanied by owner, and
at their risk, the dogs of sportsmen or
hunting parties, not exceeding one dog
to each man.
Owners must show their tickets to
Agent or Baggage Agent, that dogs may
bo properly way billed to Train Bag
gagemen, and they must furnish chain,
so that dogs my be securely fastened:
in Baggage Cars.
After March 31, 18!)8, the regular dog
tariff to apply in all cases.
W. 1$. Bkvili., Geu'l Pass. Agent.
To Texas and the Southwest.
All quarantine restrictions have been
lifted by towns located on tho Queen
and Crescent Uou to, so tiiat Texas points
can now bo reached via Vicksburg and
Shreveport without hinderance to pas
sengers. All train service has been re
sumed via this route, and Pullman
Union Sleeping Car, Chattanooga to
Shreveport, via Meridian, Jackson and
Vicksburg, is operated through without
change. Call for tickets via this route.
Scenic Houte East Through the "Land of
The Southern Railway in connection
with the N. C. & St. L. Uy. and Penn
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through sleeping car between Nash
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Knoxville and Asheville. Tbisline is
filled with the handsomest Pullman
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the east bound schedule is as follows:
Leave Nashville 11:20 P. M.. Chatta
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Hot Springs 11:46 A. M., and arrive at
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The Short line to Texas
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uud the Paciuc coast. Parties con
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JONESBORO BANKING TRUST CO.
DESIGNATED STATE DEPOSITORY-
. 1.;x, U, N.Poaser, Dr. A. 8. N. Dohpon, M. H. Klsea, A. . Mathes, H. J. Ivlrkpat-
. . r. V. -.l ... 1. t L. , I T.I. .1.1 11. . 1 . . .. .......
TICK, W U. lUUlUttl, C. U. OWLlll.u, u n, UKUl, vv A. V.rUUKIUUDK.8, H, U, W UllUlllB,
It. L. Brunner. W. O. Kenyou.
. vr.nRRFSPnMriFWTS .
Weatern National Banx, New York; Mecbanl g National Bank, Knoxville, Tennessee,
BSriNTEUEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS,
IMPORTANT NOTICE. ,
Th .Innnahro Banklni! and Trust Company is authorized by Iti charter to art m almi
Istrator, executor, KUHrdliiu, for minors or
lands or personal eainte, in uiun, ui nine
l j ii i n iui. in r. ii.i i i - - ------ -i i - - 1 ' " .....ii. . j b c n.
plate and every character of vuiuutile property (if small dimension. The Bunk has com-
piet.Hu us arrannemrutn.ii u.iuuub mo.. niiiuiauL uiiturii-B in uunnifHH in coaneciion
with its ueneral banklUK tmslness; and Invites those Interested to invtlKate the mutter
and Ree how Jn future loss t hMrs, dixtrilmtors, orphans, etc., may be avoided by having
their estates entrusted m mitiireni'imiuvu m iiiiuMiiiru responHiniiny aim integrity
and whose business it will be to settle up uud pay over at the moment the law says so.
Gen. "r. e. LEE,
rsi ) IjI U i'ili,
(ilii'ii ii nd Christian l'lilrint.
(iKKAT NKW l!t)OK FOIt THE PWlPLK.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Kveryn here to sliow siiniili' ppsi get up vltilis.
KXTUAdUblNAKll.Y I.I llUIIAI. TKItMS.
Mmii'V can le iniide raplilly, hiiiI a vust
iiinnu'nt nf (.'nod done In eireulat lni one ol
Hie nohlest historleiil works pulillHlied dur
IDK the past quarter "f a century.
Active Agents Are Now Reaping a Rich Harvest.
Siiini'iif our hesl workers lire sellliiK
ovr.it l m vnui:i h'idks a vki:k.
A. (i. VllllHins,.liickson Ciiunty, Mo.,work
Mil four diivs nml n half und scoured 01 order
He sells tin- honk to Hlinosl every man hi
meets. I'r. J. J. Miison, Museonee Coll illy.
(In., sold 1J0 eiqiles Hie tlrsl live iluys he oiin
vassed. 11. C. (sheets Palo Pinto County.
Tex., w orked a lew hours and sold Ui copies,
inosl tn iroccoljliul.nn. J. llaniiu.tiaslon
Coiiuiy, N.C., niKile a month's wastes In C.
dii vm caiiviisslmt for tills hook. H. M. VVIilli .
Ciiihihau County, Tex., is selling hooks ut
I lie rule ol HI copies a win k. The
Work Contains ltloRrnphical Sketches
ofall the l,endlne (lenerals, a vast ainount.
of Historical Mailer, and a lurxe numlierol
iieaiillful Full-Pane Illustrations. It Is a
arand liook, und ladies and i?entlemen who
can ittve all or any part of their time to the
canvass are bound to make Immense sums
of money hundlinK it.
An Klecant Prospectus,
shnwliiK the different styles of binding, sam
ple prnies, and all material necessary to
work with, will he sent on receipt of M)
cents. The imiKUltlcent nailery of portraits,
alone, in the prospectus is worth double the
money. We furnish It at far less than actual
cost of manufacture, and we would advise
you to order quickly, and net exclusive con
trol of the best territory. Address
ROYAL PUBLISHING CO.,
1 Ith and Main fstn., UICIIMOM), VA.
WE : SEND : IT : FREE
YOUNG OR OLD.
Rejoict with nsin the Discof cry.
We will send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY
FREE, in plain package, tie All-Powerftil
DR, HOFFMAN'S VITAL RESTORATIVE
TABLETS, with a legal guarantee to per
manently euro Lost Manhood, Self-Abuse,
Sexual Weakness, Vtiricocle, Stops forever
Night Emissions and all unnatural drains.
Return to former appearance einauciated
SoC.O. I), fraud or recipe deception. If
we could not cure we would not send our
medicine FREE totry.and pay when sat
isfied. Write today, as this may not appear
Western Medicine Co.,
Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, MICH.
March 31 tf.
TRIBUNE, Jonesboro, Tennessee.
card, send it to (leo.'W. Best. Tribune Office.
York WVeklv Trtlnine will he mulled yon.
Vice Pres. Silas Coopei, Cashier.
A. N. Hackee, Asi't Cashier.
- - - $50,000
New York, and City National Dank
H. Bachman. J. P. Hniith, 8. B. Slaughter
H.H. K I It K PATRICK. Cft.bt.r.
: T. J. PKOPLKS, Ag't Caihlcil
persona of uu ho uud nilntl; truatoe for tbna&lc of
upuu nwu nun eimuto nn kiiius ol trusts ant
flC A MONTH to a man who Is willing to
41 1 J wnrx. it you area liustler you ciin
iiinke 75 a month at home. AddresB in
uiitidwritlnir, eneloslni! stump for reply.
ap21-ly Ktandakd l'uu.to., Vlnelun j,N..I
TlA t.nf rfaAalmu. !. . .1 . . . I
think jou can get the bent made, tluest flnish auu
MOST POPULAR SEWING MACKtKS
fC meT0 """IT. Btly from rrllaliln inajinfacttirom
thiit liAve ruined a repnutlon byhoneftajni fqvmi.
dKtUiw. Thire la none In the world that im fnnl
In mn-hanlral mnrtrnrtlon, dnrnhlllty of voiklru
perl. flniMipee of flnlnh, biuintj In npnenrance, or ti&a
MmanjlmproTementas the NEW HOME.
WRITE FOR CIRCULARS.
Oaiwm.Wiss. BoTO,JfAWi. rmoiRQriRic.N.Y
Caicioo, lii, St, Lorn, Mo. Dii.ua, TtiAS.
BiM raurcnoo, Ci ATLiXii.Gi.
FOR SALE IV
i Co to Texas
! in Comfort
Therc'iao use In making
the trie a hard oaa when
you can juit ai well go V
Tho Cotton Bait Root
Free Becliiiog Chair Cars
ara models ol comfort V
ndeaae.i You're acom
lortable bed at ..night and
a pleaaant and eaay rett-
Ing place dutlnj the day. 'f
Yon won't hare to worry Jj.
about changing cara,V
either, tot' tKay run
through from Memphis
to the principal pointi lo J
Texas without change.
Besides, chair cars, oora J
fortable day coaches and J,
Pullman Sleepers run J
through on alt trains. J
Abaolutely the only line J
operatmg auch a fine aer- J
rice between Memchii
If Too are Going to More . 5
J to Arkansas or Tezaa, 'i'
write for our detcriptiee J
pamphlets (free), they J
T will help you find a good J
? . place to locate.
I. . srTTI, .
Tm. Ymn. Art.
I. W. URFtm,
Gen. I'iim. Tkt.At
SL Louia. Mo.
CON EN5EU SCMl-OiJUi
In r.fTect Drcemhrr isy.
Nn. No.VT No
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7.i;in ll.lf.nm 11
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Stra'li y f'lain'l.ttam
Knoxville . ..ar il mam
S 3 p:n
4 " nil
Knoxville. . 1
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b -3i T.i 'm 11. nm
Atlanta ar. iu ft-m
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Jackann. .. .77. 4uni
V Ickaburg I l.tCi.i m
Shror(KirW . I ; )o;ti,
No. X. Pullman Ateentit r ir nu..t . lrn
Tllle, KnmTllle Hi fhattauoma nv. Cliniia.
noons tn Atlanta
tannnga and Nk Orifam iin'l P.illin.n Uninn
nirrrirr i naiiMnnrn to nre report sin rull
nan Dratrtne Ftocm SJrrniiiij mr t hai ta-.innea.
KA II rai1tM PullmaK Ulj.aM.H- n . - ft. ...I.
town tnCliatMnanfa, and from I 'hiitunen,- te
Kn. Tfjo. S
Chm inoiga It
4. inm .4''ntn' ii ',
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a Ifsm II lk'ntn S l ipm!
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iridin i ir-pin i '. ipm
S'.i!m I rinm Q J fM
Stra b y Plalrti lrfmi i .. ..I
Mot Cruek... I!4am il?rrn' I .
Morrlatown ... .t0am,: 1 S.tpm lAWpm) HlPjim
nut uriuu--.nr I l.vam
l.pm li $im' SWpm
I t?rm l 4.am TA.pm
H.ftinmj luNiiaj f.sspm
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s (npm A ot)nm
Ifft te OK mwA m iw.-u. e A..-
iw, m uiiman I'funiiii lumia LU1II
lerpln car CaittasMga M N Tori Tf
Nn. A carrfM a,,iiati lMeH r"V , '
noga te WMllagtM sad .trw Torn !'
No. lloarrtos Pnllmat Uleovltr ear Chatta
oga to AaaeTllle a ad Knit Hlftn rtrPitni
WiH li. rf T rfaTTTexTT
i 4Am: 1 rrmi1 tram T.m
l.eiiaj ttsifml iC&n iatpm
impnti t Jrswl T ftOam
larmH" t 9Bm( t. 0,1am
Cincinnati. . ar)
No. If msrios
PuTTmaa Slosnlng tit TfiJX-
Ttlle te CtneinnaM Th Ftarriieiaa Jet A 0 A ft.
Ka. 11 Pnllman ftem4r ear ftnnWIllA im
lflieTin Hi Claetnnntl Tlariltcn and t, k K.
IfcnthheuBd. Wo. li i 09 Jtaj5"6.T
Barrrmsa" Jet TTSiTi"llJVrni . ..(7.77.7T?
Jellleo .. . tfRra; 4r)am
Clinton.. AxSara! A Wpm A.4fiam; 8.30pm
EnoXTlll t4AanV T.lftpm 7 tonm1 t.lajia
No. II Pnllmaa Sleeper ClncjnnnH to Jack
gonTllle Tla J A C rtsrrlmas Junetiloii, Knox
Tllle and AehaTtll.
N. 1J Pnttaian RlciplTii r At 'tnlnnatl and
ijonls-Tiiie sn Knoxmis rla L. s N and JclUr-v
Ko. f Vo. 11 L
Rlfeml'lfflpTn.LT Jf.Terk Ar t iTprn ElarS
li.insm mejjTrni .TrasniTifta. ii.4iam. .?rpm
amj jTty" KoTfoift Ar777 ... jTSai
l.ljpm' 1 4'ir
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4. Inarn ATnia
NashTlllc. It 1l.9.mr. i
Nos. 11 and 11 rarrT Pnllman Slef1(? Cmi
bet wean Kew Tern and la".hTlll Tts Xahrrll .
. Koa.' 1A and IA rarrr rnma ftleeners
Iweea Chatlsair and Retell a and Krw Tk
All tralna run dally. . ,
W H ORKP.N. Oct). Pupt.. Wu.hlriitoir'. D. 01
J M. I VI P 'I'ruf M'r . Washliifton, . C.
V . A. '1 1 l.li. l,: IV A .Wilkhingiun. U. C. '.
( .A ill.N; ( i TKK.a.u.p.av CLuliauooi.'a.T'.i.a.
Oneof the lipst'ei'iuipped systems of rail
way in the 1'nlted Stales Is the ( Inclnnatl,:
Hanillton A I in v tun road, popularly known
as the C. H. A H, "This line sceins to he en
Joyiiia tlin lion's share of Army and Navy
travel. They have recently put on a thro'
train hetwecn Washington and Chicago,
their nrlncipiif trliln Iravlnir Washintclon at.
11:4.1 A.M. nml arriving In CIiIchko the fol
lowing tiny at noon. They use the llaltlmnra
& Ohio system r nun WtishliiKion to Cincin
nati, where they conned with their own
system tn Chicago. Sonic time ago they re
duced their lime of running trnliis helween
Chicago und .Cincinnati lo cllit hours,
U'hii.h iu ..na',.r tlm I.ilIu.I t.-ti.a n.n.loln
this country. Their night express between
Clilcaimfinil Clnclnnsll is tMiilpped ' with
comparUnent cars Hint are models ofeln
gnnceantf hctugy. This rnnd enters to Army
patron'ii'ire anil' always exlends every ao
commtiilntlon ptissllile to otlicers travellug
river their line and It is no womler that they
net the 4Servleq pnlronuge. They oiler lo
their patrons the best line between Wash
iiiglon ami Chlfiigii, v I ii Cliicindati, uud en
peciallv between l.he cUIes of Cincinnati und
boiilsville and Chit-ago, Toledo or Hetrolt.
ll. (1. Ktlwnnls, l'asseiigi-r Triitllo lrmager,
orthe rontl, In Clncinnall, Ohio, will ImVery
glad to give any ndilltlonitl information con
cerning the C. H, A D. Koule1' trtnl whowlll,
address him." Army ami Navy Register,
Wiisbsnntun, I). C.
num mniini snnnAf
TEXAS, ,.,. -
se west' mm .ws? icmtesT
mtm ii ) aieiiiea omieiii lictll,
' FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS
AND EMIGRANT TICKETS.
THE BEST ROUTE TO THE
NORTH AND EftST. .
UUWAW VESTIBUUQ COACHES, ,
SIEEPINO AND DIHIWli CS.
SEE THAT YOUk TICKETS READ OVER THE '
CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE.
Write fbr Rates, Maps; ThSc-Tshlea,.-t)eorlptfl.
Pnmphlcis, to auy Station Agent, or to : ,. e
w. atvitL. -Aiita moll, ' tf. r. asaoft''.
ea'l rMMarr Afi. Dir. raMenarr Agi. Ireirlla, rM. Aft
nasosK.YA. coi i mil so.- - aiitftoas.T
Is your hnlth. Totirhn,iineea la ,oar airenittb.
Keep the II end nnd Tkront clear am) healthy
aii't-vimr nilnii anil hrnln I - niwaT at ret antl man.
fr:ii"t ri-iicf to niankiriil lii nil lienrt iroublea.
IRIS tOl.lia, HO HE THIIOAT. (A
1 A It K II. .Tht an llil txlor of ( Btorrh dla-
Pi:ir b lt uv. AVomlerriil In llnr lerorand
Aattanm rTHlVOM.V V Mil MAN'S).
If .. ran'! inln llrnlM nt Sir U. Uj
nstl. &n rem. ' a4 for nh m BatSel, frea,
lisiiMis Uki ot)., Tiatsaasa, uu., . a. t