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l'KIDAV, XOVEMIIKK 0, 1883.
Tho following i'i-oiu mo our aiuhorlinl
nxoulu, wlin will ixTi'lva nlwrlilloiii for tlio
NKIH-WKKKY SlU'TII KKNT'TlilA!:
V. 11. Ilrewvr, FairvlvWi Ky.
4:. W. I.uiiliaroiiin(Treiiiii, Ky.
J. M. Ailaina Co., L'liun-h Siil, Ky.
V. It. Ilimcnck, I'ueky, Ky.
J. V. MuniiHwrt, 1'iHlt', Ky.
HI in. UorHo I. lirinin,l,iifiiplo Ky.
II. J. fnulkuiT.lali'iloiila, Ky.
W. II. Ilnrtim, Klrkinaimvlllo, Ky,
Hoy. Jm. AlluitHWurllt, Kliuo. Ky.
V. A. Willie, Mafiilnnla, Ky.
Mjks Cutlott in vlbitlng Mr. S. (i.
Mr. T. M. Avcrlll, ofXcw York, U
In tlio city.
Mr. ', V. IIuiiiIci'noii ijut from
a severe spoil flf uiularinl fever.
Mr. (Ins. K. Singleton, of rudiicuh,
furtiierly of tliU cltv, islici-o on a vis
II. Mr. (ico. K. (Jury, of Howling
(ivuii, was in tho city a few luy
Mrs. Jiio. II. Millikeii, of l'Yunklin,
Ky. ,U vMllntf her inollier, Mrs. 1). T.
Mr. I. II. IdiliiiiHon, n I'l'oiiiliivnt
liiori'hniitof KirkiiiuiiHville.wu) in tlic
IJcvcimo Agent A. H. Chirk, of
lMiihville, w an In the city tlio llr.t of
Mr. and Mm. Win. Iliininrr, of
Moi-jriintlold, are vWlintf their daugh
ter, Mrs. Jiio. ('. (Jury, Jr.
MiwM-i Murv Hiiiier and sinter, of
lliikiiinvilh', aro In tho city on a vis
it to Miss Muttio llilUcrt. Park City
Mum Mamie. Sleel, who lau hecn
visit inn Mi Kiiiina Whcch'r for three
wci'ki, n-tiirm-d to her home, In Pn
Mr. J. A. Taylor, of Louisville, was
In the rity the. curly part of thn week
and renewed hit) subscription to tho
Hxiilh 'Kent iK'klau.
Mr. C. K. West, the old "stand by"
in tho Scwinjt Murliino IiiihIim-k, has
(one to Iiiiisvlllo to attend tho aue
tioii Male of tho Exposition cxhlbitx.
dpt. W. .1. Stone, licpresentutlvc
elect from I. Von county and a candi
date for Speaker of tho tower House
of tho legislature, was in the city
Mr. ( has. ,T. Ecles, wllli P. V. Col
Hern Puhlishlujr; house of New York,
and an ex-rdilor. Is selling hooks in
the city and will ho hero for several
weeks. Ilia heailipiai tern are at the
Walton-Waiik. At tho resldenec
of Mr. C. W. Ware, Trenton, Ky.,
Thursday, Xovemlier 8th, 188:1, Mr.
Prank Wullon, of Iladcnsvllle, Ky.,
to Miss Charley AVare. There were
four couples of attendants. The cer
emony, was pronounced by lie v. Mr.
torkctt, .of Trenton. Tho newly
Wedded roll pin havo our wurmest
Shooting at Petersburg.
A corrcoiideiit nt Petersburg, Ky.
sends us the following account of a
shooting there Oct, 110:
Tom llridgcs shot llud Horsey in
tho hip. Tho ball ranged upward
and tho doctors think there Is no
rliuneo for hl recovery. Tin wonp
on was a Dull Dog pistol No. 38.
Tlia shooting accidental.
Mvstorious Disappearance of a
Christian Conner Toung Man,
Tho following letter was received
by Assessor MeDaniel a few duyg
Alienor, Christian County, Ky.:
f-f j- Dkab Shi A young man, by linmo
lW--. John C. White, a native of your
? ii .i ...
couiuy, lusuppeHieii iiiysicMuiioi
from "this section about a yenr ago.
Ho has many friends here, and tho
ai-e under tho Impression that ho was
murdered for his money, as, at tho
time ho was lust seen in Palo Pinto
eon nt v, this titnte, ho had about
' . $:l,(XXJ with him. Don't know bis
father's uumo, hut if you can givo us
any information of him at any
' . time during tho naat year you will
confer a favor thut will bo appre
ciated, and reciprocated, should op
portunity over present itself.
N. L. IlAHTlIOI.OJtKW.
Tho letter was written upon a let-
tor-bond of the Hanger Cnttlo Co.,
. Port (irlnin, Texas, of which tho
writer was secretary and treasurer,
. . and was dated Oetobor 10, 1883. Do
any of our readers know anything
4. about young Wbito? In 1880, J. C.
'White was a subscriber to tho South
v '''".KKkTUi'KiAX, at this posb-oflluo, but
' whether or not it was tho satno uinn
wo aro nimble to say. Wo will bo
glad to publish any information on
tho wbj&'t. '
Tio attention of farmers is called
to.lho fact tlint McCamy, llonto &
" Co. art) special agents lor a Barbed
, '-'-Wiro Co, Tho wire is galvanized
and runs 15 and 17 feet to tho pound.
,' liargo .'discounts nrq offered. Call
"' ' and boo them.
HERE AND THERE.
W. P. ration, Life Insurance.
Old Punta Clans' headquarters at
AVilson & Galhreuth's.
New subscribers aro constantly
coining In. Tho semi-weekly is
Tho largest lino of holiday goods
and toys in tho city can be found at
Wilson & Galbreath's.
Rev. 11. P. Orr, of tho Methodist
church, is carrying on a protracted
meeting at Pairvlew.
The protracted meeting at Locust
Grove Jinptist church closed tho first
ot tho week.
Tho art show lust night was post
poned and will lie held to-night, to
morrow night and Monday night.
Dr. K. It. Cook sustained a painful
injury by accidentally sticking a to
bacco stick In his right cyo Tuesday.
Messrs. I T. G nines & Co. have
sold out their bar at tho Phcenlx Ho
tel and contemplate opening another
Advertisers, remember wo give
you double tho amount of advertis
ing you get In weekly newspapers at
the eatnu price.
Wc have already received 10 now
subscriptions to our Semij-Wcckly,
although it is only three ditvs old.
Who suys It will not he a success?
Kid. (iaut, of Klkton, preached at
tho Christiun church last Sunday,
and is in tho cltv this week taking
pledges for the Home Mission work.
Judge Joe McCurroll bus moved
his law olliee up stairs in tho Me
Daniel building, on the corner of
Main audCourt streets.
TIios?ksii-Wkkki.y South Kenti'ck
ian starts out with the largest list of
paid up subscribers of any newspa
per published in Western Kentucky.
Wo give to-day a partial list of the
prl.es to bo awarded at our next
dmwing. Tho list when completed
will be tho best wo have ever ar
ranged. All of the trees on Main street, the
old landmarks, aro being cut down
out of the wav. All of tho princi
pal streets aro being wonderfully im
proved by a new layer of metal.
Wo called on Jus. Pyo & Co., this
morning. Wo found their desk cov
ered with samples of suitings, which
they were sending to Mehanville, X.
C, -Nashville, Teun., l.oiiisvllle, Ky.,
and other cities in response to letters
of rctici-t for same.
AVhile on his way to the Lutheran
Syn-xl in middle Tennessee, Itev. P.
L. Ilrauu had his satchel broken upon
and robbed in the car while the train
was stopping at Guthrie, and sus
tained quite a heavy loss, (juite a
number of such iubberio have been
committed there recently.
Main mid Virginia streets are be
ing rc-iuetalcd in tho business part
of the city. Tlio wide gutters arc
being taken up and very narrow ones
put down, uiakirfg much more room.
The Idea Is a good one, and, under
the supervision of Mr. John A. Twy-
iiiuii, tho work Is being pushed ahcud
Tho most shocking accident that
has happened hero for quito a while
occurred this week. A colored boy
by the nanio of John Paskcll at
tempted to jump on to ail empty coal
ear and was thrown under it, and
eleven ears and engine, ran over him,
cutting oil' both legs, ono arm and
tho top of his head, and, in fact, cut
ting him ull to pieces. Tho railroad
company had tho remains gathered
up and dressed as well as they could
he, and sent to Hopkinsvlllc, whore
Ids mother resides. Coroner Karl
was sent for, and an inquest held,
and a verdict rendered by tlio jury
exonerating tlio railroad company
from all blame, and that tho deceased
came to his death by his own care
lessness. Eai'lington 'Correspond
ence Mndisonvillo Times.
A prominent fariuor crossed tho
street 'this week to congratulate
us upon starting a soini-weokly, " It
is just what Ilopklnsville ought to
havo hnd long ago,'' ho remarked.
"Fanners want tho news oftoncr than
onco a week and tho result has been
that they have had to tuko two papers
to get tho uows, when a semi-weekly
would havo saved them half the
money Invested. You havo my best
wishes, and I bollcve your enterprise
will succeed. Intelligent peoplo
know n good thing when thoy seo It,
and you will find out that tho Skmi
Wkkki.v South Kbntuckian will
continue to Increase in popularity as
long as you keep It up to its present
standard of excellency." With a faco
suffused with blushes, wo tried to
thank him for his encouraging words,
but found wo woro too full for uttor
An old negro man named Henry
Gllluin dropped dead of heart disease
near tho Fair Grounds Wednesday
night. Ho was ot tho houso of ono of
his neighbors and had been com
plaining that his head hurt him. He
finally gottp and started homo and
was found tho noxt morning near the
fence whero ho had fallen dead. An
inquest was hold and a verdict ron
derod in accordance with tho abovo
Grangers Vs. Warehousemen.
All of Thoir Tobacco to Go to the
There are two flourishing Granges
In Christian county, ono located at
Church Hill and the other at Casky.
Tho two nuipber about two hundred
of the most prominent and substan
tial farmers of the county.
For tho last live years it has been
tho custom of tho Grangers to ar-
rango to consign their tobacco all to
gether to ono warehouse, and tho
warehousemen have given them a re
bate. This arrangement was made
by letting the contract to the lowest
bidder, and, as tho Grangers' tobacco
ranged all the way from 500 to 1,000
logsheads a year, it wob a big thing.
Messrs. Iluckncr & Wooldridgc se
cured the contract for three years,
and Messrs. Gaiit & Sons had it for
1881 and 1882. The bidding, of
course, became more animated from
year to year, and in 1882 tho Messrs.
Guut obligated themselves to give a
rebate of l.C,j from tho regular rate
of 12.50 per hogshead. Under this
arrangement they received 7'JO hogs
heuds, making a saving of $1,203.50
to tho Grangers.
Lust summer, the Hoard of Trade,
composed of tho tobacco buyers and
warehousemen, held a meeting and
decided that-all of the warehouse
men must obligate themselves not to
oiler the Grangers any rebate what
ever. The irrouuds for this were,
that it kept the warehousemen from
having a uniform rale, and outsiders
demanded the same rates on the
score of personal friendship, large
crops, etc., ami thereby caused end
lcoS annoyance. Tho warehousemen
claimed that farmers who had twen
ty or more hogsheads to sell would
threaten to join tho Grange and save
if35 or 10 if they were not given a
The decision of the Hoard of Trade
was communicated to the Grangers
and they at once roso up In arms, so
to speak, and declared they would
not pay full rates. A formal demand
for a rebate was made which was
Tho Grangers then held a consul
tation, and decided to make a propo
sition to a Louisville warehouse. Dr.
J. D. Clardy was appointed by
Church Hill Grange and Mr. AV'ins
t m Henry by Casky Grange to act as
agents in the matter. After some
preliminary correspondence, Mr. J.
S. Phelps, representing one of the
Louisville warehouses, came to this
city and the arrangement was made,
the tobacco in bo cold for $1.50 and
one per cent commission. 1 lie
freight rate to Louisville will be 31
cents on tho hundred. It is estimat
ed that there will be about 100 hogs
heads, or about 050,000 pounds of
Wc havo talked with several of the
Grangers am they say they were
working for a principle of their or
der and not so much for the amount
of the rebate. Ono of them told us
that they would havo accepted a re
bato of 25 cents, but were determined
not to bo defied and forced to aban
don ono of the objects of their order.
The warehousemen sao the Gran
gers will lose money. They will have
to pay between $5 and $0 freight per
hogshead and will get but $1.00 re
bate. Their tobacco will bo broken
and put on the" market by strangers
200 miles away, and thoy predict that
tho Grangers will bo tired of thoir
contract after a few trials. The
Grangers, however, say they ore able
to tako euro of themselves and will
do so. They have arranged to get all
he money they may want advanced
on their tobacco fat 8 per cent.
While wo regret to see so much to
bacco sent away from our homo
market, it is not our province to tako
sides in tho matter. We merely sub
mit a plain statement of the facts
and leave tho reader to form bis own
conclusion as to which side is in the
Tremaiuo's Art Show has been on
tho boards at the Opera Houso all
this week and will bo till Monday
night. t Tho oiitortainmcnts have
been given to crowded houses, night
after night, which fjict is alono
enough to attest their merit. To
night and to-morrow night tho pro
grammes will bo exceedingly inter
esting and thoso who have not at
tended should not full to embrace the
ust opportunities. Tlio admission
prico Is only 25 cents for reserved
sents. A grand matinee will bo giv
on Saturday afternoon.
Itich. Campbell, a well known cot-
orcd man, died in this city Tuesday
night and was buried Wednesday
with distinguished honors by the IT.
B. F. Lodge, of which ho was a mem
Mr. Isaac Wolf, a prominent Jew
ish inorchunt, and one of tho wealth
lest citizens of Louisville, diod last
week aged Go years, Ho was a mem
her of tlio mammoth .clothing houso
ofliahu, Wolf & Sons. Mr. Wolf
was born in Havana and began life
In America In 18315 as a peddler
notions. About tho year of 1830 he
clerked in a grocery store owned by
a man named Motill, in this city and
wont to Loutsvillo from this city
Misses Cloaks; some
thing new, just re
ceived at M. Frankel
& Sons'. .
Just received our 4th
invoice of Cloaks this
season, consisting of
Russian Circulars at $12.50.
Russian Fur Trimmed, $22.00. '
Plain Fur Trimmed, largo collar,
Ottoman Silk Circulars, fur lined,
Dolmans, Xewmarkcts and Cloaks,
all prices, from $2.50 to $50.0!).
M. Fit ANKEL& SONS.
We sell the celebrat
ed Erin Lime for $1
per barrel. Don't fail
to buy it.
Full line of Grates
and Mantels; Plaster
Forbes &' Bro.
Wantkii With a view to a mat
rimonial alliance, tho address of a
young lady under twenty years of
iigc. Address J. M. Gii.ks,
If you want the best
wagon on wheels buy
"Old Hickory." Met
calfe & Bro.
I will pay the highest
market price for old corn
either hulled or on the
ear delivered at my mill.
I will also take same at
pensif parties desiring
to sell have not time nor
teams to deliver', call and
sec me at once.
J. ILWinfree & Co.,
have opened up in the
business again and
are ready to supply
all and every one in
need of h ogsheads.
Call and see us, at the
old Skating Rink or
I havo purchased tho entire stock
of Merchandise of Isaac Hart, and
will contimio the business at tho same
stand on east sido of Main street, in
the Thompson Work. Persons do
siring bargains cannot do better than
to call at my store. Public patron
age is respectfully solicited. I have
attonlivo clerks and all shall bo wait
ed on promptly. I ulso purchased
notes and book accounts from Isaac
Hurt and persons indebted u him
will mako payment and settlement to
Oct. 25, 1883.
I have sold out mv entire stock of
Merchandise, and also all notes and
accounts duo mo to Juines Brown,
Persons indebted to mo will mako
settlement and iiavmcnt to Mr
Drown, and I eheerfullv recommend
him to my old customers, and solicit
for liim their patronage.
Just received a large
shipment ot Malaga
Pears, Pine Apples
will save money by
calling to see W. W.
New Crop N. O. Mo
Fresh Buck Wheat
Oat Meal & Crack
ed Wheat at
Cloaks I Cloaks!
Try the new "Daisy"
Stogies, two for 5 cts
Cocoanuts and Or
v McKee & Pool's.
Having a large line
ol Dress G-oods on
hand, have made up
our minds to reduce
them and have put
the knife into prices
and cut them way
Cashmere at 80c; former price $1.00.
Cashmere at 75c ; former price DO.
Cashmere at 05c ; former prico 85.
Cashmere at 55c ; former price 75.
Cashmere at 50c ; former price 05.
Cashmere at 40c ; former price 50.
Fancv Cashmere at 70c; former price
Fancy Poplin at 30c ; former prico 40.
Pin Dot at 30c ; former price 40c.
Suzerino Silks at 30c; former price
54-Inch Flannel at $1.40; former
Shiidah Cloth at 75c: ; formor price
Camel's Hair at 35c ; former price 50.
Camel's Hair at (Wc ; former prico 75.
Don't fail to take ad
vantage of these bar
gains; you will never
have another such
M. Frannel & Sons.
Mr. Ci. T. Ilerndon, formerly with
the well-known firm of Metcalfe &
llro., has purchased the right of this
ountv lor tlio Atkinson lleau Light
mil). It is an excellent non cxplo-
ivc lump, and every housekeeper in
the countv should havo one. Call on
iiiu.at the olliee of C. AV. Metcalfe &
Metcalfe & Bro. has
ust received a big lot
of Steel Barbed Wire.
brd's lor Christmas
Don't forget that W.
W. Radford has the
argest stock of Toys
and Fancy G-oods m
To The Public!
I have moved into lnVncw linu.se,
Room No. 4, on ilrst and second
Hours, with a nice and full
Mv friends and the public aro cor
dially invited to
GIVE ME A CALL
And examine my Furnitttro and
prices for themselves. '
A FULL SUPPLY OF
BOTH HEDTAL AND WOOD.
Robes on Hand.
Geo. 0. Thompson.
linB fftunod An en
r. . . n
o r preparations.
n articio or uu
ft I'luiMCH no pain
' 13 KOT A
Annly br tlio finirer into tho nostrils.
will vo untHiriHMit um-rniiniv
nanfti paPSiK's ot mtiirrhiil virus, causing
lu'Rltliv Bcc'-i'tionB. It allays Intlnnmlion, pro-
tin-is tho niumbiaual iin!nir or uiu hcati rroiu
additional cnldn, completely lu'itU tlio sore
and lYHtoros tho koiish f tHste and smell. Hud
GlkialroBulUurerualizcil by ft tow applica
A tnomupn treatment win euro.
tlnmiKilt-d for Cold in tho Head. Headache
and DuifncAft, or any kind ot mucous im-in-bvanal
Irritations. Send for circular. Hy
mail, prepaid, 50c upiu kitjfo stamps reuoivud
Sold by alt wIioIgmiIo and retail drugtfUls.
KIA" BUUTIIKK9, nnnrpUtf,
AitgO'83-ly 0vcgo,N. Y.
"MaMi'n, Miuu., Fep. 1, ISM). tJontlemcn
iBiilVort-d with attacknof tdok hoadacho."
KcuralKlftt female trouble, fur years In the
moH terrible nmloxeruelating mamiur.
No medicine or doctor could givo mo relief or
euro until 1 used Hop Bitters.
"Tho first bottlo
Nearly cured me;"
Tlio hocoikI nmdo mo ae well ami strong as
whim a chilit,
"And I havo been bo to thin dny."
My hunlmml waB an Invalid for twenty years
with a Bovlong.
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounctd by lloaton's beat pliyslcians
Hevuii 1 Kt 1 1 oh of vour bitters cured him and I
know of the
"Llvon of olght poinon"
In my neigliliortiood that havo boon wivod by
your bllton, .
And many more aro nuing them with great
Doiniraclof?" -Mrs. K.D, black,
We are Receiving a
AVo havo tho largest, finest, most complete and attractive stock in tho city,
which wo will sell cheaper than any Clothing, Dry Goods, Boot
or Shoo establishment in Ilopkinsvillo. Our stock
Is new and consists of
Boots, Shoes, Notions
For Men, Youths and Boys, in the latest and
most Fashionable Styles and
Our Clothing is of the most approved Fashionablo Cut and Make,
Handsome, Substantial and Durable. Our Boots and Shoes aro obtained
direct from the manufacturers and are guaranteed equal to the best. Our
Dry goods are of the best quality and wo will give you such figures that you
can't help from buying. Give us a call. .
LIPSTINE & SCHOENFELD.
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS.
J. G. HORD,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Flour, Moat, Ilnron, Lard, MoIum, Coir.'o, Snsar, tanned Gnodj, Ulnsawnro, Queonsware, But
tur, LggsaudallkiiHUottOUNTHV rttouUCE. IumsdlimE .
Staple and Fancy Groceries
a Cheap as any house In tlio city. Tho Intercut of mv oligomers mv Intoroit and I olinU al
way endeavor to givo you tlio best wcighla and tho inont goods lor tho least money.
CALL AND SEE HE AT MY HEW STAND ON VIRGINIA ST.
Ity N. B. I also have a lnrgo stock ot CLAD BOARDS which I will sell very low.
wpU'faly'e.t j, o. IlOP.n
CANT & CAITHER.
Proprietors oi Planters' "Warehouse,
. PAYNE & YOUNG,
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Tinware, Qucciisware,
Woodcnwarc, Tobacco and Confectioneries, Countrv Product) a spctdaltv.
NASHVILLE, ST., IIOriCINSVILLE, KY.
fnov 1 8S-1y
WHEELER, MILLS & CO., Propr's
ot AiX PLANTS, lor A
ill AT I. H. All Pro ttMl; only l!tO lw tut out
Grntu nml Fnrm Hred Jluminl; Hitory ainlbpht method
nf culture of Ontia. lioot Croim, (iram-a. Fodder Cros, Trt-
riair.;iH.-t vie. tmi) inriH tuiaiuflii atu Jtk Litt Ol
et'wxnl thoii-!iiid viirlotios, FltliK
HI ft AM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester, N.Y.
C. A. Thompson,
-ALL KINDS OF-
AND FLOW MATERIAL,
Quceti8varc, Glassware, and "Win
dow Glass, Window Shades,
No, 2. Tbonnson Block.
IS EECOKMENBED BY PHYSICIANS,
Catarrh of th Nasal Cavlty-Ohronlo and
Uloerotlv.l Catarrh of the lar, Ere or
Throat. It la tak.n INTIRNALLY, and
net. UIREOTLY upon tho Blood and
Muo'.ua Surfaoea or the Systtm. It
la tl.o bo.t Blood Purifier in tho
WORLD, and la worth ALL that la
ohargad for It, for THAT alone.
c:;li cues m cauher
(SriN THE MARKET
And w offer One Hundred Dollars for any
Cmo of Cntnrrh It will, not Ouro.
WILL CHHK ANV CASK.
Office of A, T. Stbwart ft Ca
Chioaoo, 111., June 4, 1800,
Menirt. JT. Cheney df Co., Toledo, O.
Ueiitlemen:! take pleasure In infonnlnff you
ftint I havA iiHtvi Ilitlra tlntArrh Cum. It hi
Minvl ran I wax verr had and don't hesltatn to
say thut It will cure any catio of Catarrh If taken
properly zuun vruir,
r J. B. WfATniRfomo.
WnPTlT lin A HOTlLK.
Vi, VtmnAT, Jackson, Mich., writ ITave had
Catarrh fur 90 yeara. Hall's Catarrh Cure ouiod
nie. :onslderlt worth littOOa bottle.
tVSold by all DniKKlsta at ' 6 cw, nor bottle.
Manufactured and aolrtW F ,T. CUJCNirf & CO.
B. F. SCUOENFELD.
and Furnishing Goods
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX CltOl'S. for ALL CL,
THIS MAGNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO CURES,
titt uir ritiMua
frtthoutmedldnet-rtlnlntfiebaek, hip, bead, or
llrab-mu-riront d(ttillUjr,lumtHo, general debility,
rheum Dtlurn, panl-rulm neural ela. clotlcft. 11mm
erntnal emlMlom, jmpotrnpjr, tKina heurt dl
adia. draDCDtlu cnnatl nation, rrjtlniliUt in litre
tlun, ticmlu or ruptur MUrrbt plie epun-fvl
V.-hn uitvdHbliltT Of ths AENRDATITK ORGANS
occurs, lost vitality lark of nt-rvo foru and vigor
waUBff wmLjii'Mri, and all tboac dlnpaaea of per
gonal suture, ironi wiunvpr caunc, uiu cunuuuuus
ftrvAm of klug-notUm permoatlnff through tlia part
inut restore them to healthy action. Ibor Imoo
miktake about UiU apuiuaoo.
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER, m
TO THE LADIES: H
oa mr afllctel
Kxlmntlon.DrpepilB,erwlth UUewwoof the LIt-
fr. Kldnof. Iluuditolio or Void rcut, Mwollea op
Ytmk Anhte. or Hw !!( Feet, &n Altdomlnal Del
Jid a pir of llaimntlo Puut llattorlot haro no uprtor
mtMroliof ondourn of all thoto cumvlatnta, Jhof
curry a powwul luutfiioUo turgo to Vao w ot Uit
Vari.nt, Hack, WeatrnBof th Sptae, Talk
Ink f the womb. Leneorrhn-a, Chroitlolnflumma
tlon sail riccrutlun of the Womb, Incidental Htm
L t-.,llri.. Inlntll l..iauuaa and 1S.
rrirulur MvnMraatloa, ItarreanfM. aad ckanca mt
Lifts tbla la ibo UeatApUiUM) tukd CiumUve AaWl
. . . 14 -a.i
ffur ail i" tub ui r rmaiio inotimp i
pan-ted by anythtntr betoro lnDU4, both aa a owmUve '
'hAa n'Alik.. I In It lr.il llnimntin Vant HnttPlHua. lift.
San t ly es(rc9 C. O. D. .atul exiuninntlon aiUmn) , or hy
Dan WniVf'llI"! pn. in umuriUK. uir wi
valatandaitoof hoe. Jtamlttmoa gau btt nuul lu oup
wrcT, Bunt inlotu-rat ourrUk. .... 1
The Uoffnofcm Uanrn-nU aro adaptM to all ayes, ar
-turn ovur tho undurclitthtnu, (not t to tae
body like the many -Uulvonle aad Kloetrte Una
but advertlm-d ao e-tttoiiKlvcly) and ohiiulu b
taknn oir at iiicht Tht hold th(urporrorvr,aal
aro worn atoll PoaHoniiof the year.
Hotiil fimnip itiriiiP"nawiA'i-armTOinBiuimi i
Bicnt Without Mudlalaa.-'wlU. thuuauulaoX teaUuu
butv bu'i tuiouita, ill.
Stall -I Monro St.,Chlcigo.
Will ttrnl tMMhl lo tny vMtm thttr.
ror Ib-O. XJ VH ill) tn(Tvli,jtl "a,
MUDda. Drain MMoVH SulTi. anil
Mtuitals aba lncm-l InHrucUcn and Ki-
oiYUM far Anuuur umt aad a UUMIM'
Soto Vrwrieton, TOUtuu. gmu,
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