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IF IT WERE DONE WHEN 'TIS PONE,
THEN 'TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.TJIOKLY
Men's, Boys3 and Children's
Overcoats H Suits
Marked down to the lowest
EBB TIDE OF PRICES.
Goods must be moved
do this we have put the knife into them.
PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY.
IMMENSE CUT IN SHOES.
Nothing has escaped the keen blade.
Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps.
Prices slashed in all lines at
GISH CORNER Ninth & Main.
R. R. BOURNE,
OffiM over G. V Campboll'sJJast
H0PKTNSVILL1S, - - KY.
DR. J. P. THOMAS
WILL PRACTICE IIIS TROFSSSIOIf IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
OiEoe: Oror Bank of Hojikinsvillo.
Residence: South Virginia Street.
Junius C. HJtcDavitt,
Offico'over Kolloy's Jewelry Store,
HOl'JUNSVILLE; - - KY.
W. W. CLARKE,
IFTORNEY AT LAW,
Offlce west side of Court Square".
JAMES A. YOUNG, 51. I).,
Main mid 9th Sts.
connections house x ofheo.
Andrew SearzenU M. D.,
WliSlCIAK AND SUKUEOH
Kesluenco on North
Offlc. orer City
Mn. Telephone connections,
(.Under New Management.)
" T. C. BRimVELL, PROl?!.
trfieSnmi.leltoomi. Ilc.Sj.tera Call l!ell.
BATES - - $2pDy.
.Special rates by tlio week.
u,B"Ju.UMrt Evanaville, Ind.
QUAY & YOUNG, ttop.
E. NINTH ST., NKAH MAIN.
Sharing 10c. Shampooing 25c.
Hair Cuttlug 25c.
all dona in
atfiaabWn. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. W. P. Lawrene,
Physioian & Surgeon,
DISEASES OV TUB
EYE, EAR, NOSE,
"ASiKl.SIV'Rtvoslnjtaiit lure for I'llci. 1'rk'Oti.lly
PILES llruratoie or m""t "'."'IT
free. Address" AN A .'
jyjxSlU,Nuw sorts City.
" MoTtuu' Fwinb "Is a scientific
Liniment, every Ingre-client
of recognized value and In
constant use by the inedual profession.
These Ingredients are combined
in a manner hitherto unknown
YILL DO all that is claimed for
It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to "Motiiws" mailed FRED, containing
valuables information and
RCflUUTOH CO., Atlanta, C.
HOLD I1V ALIj DKVOOIBTH.
to -make room for Spring In order to
How to Get Thin.
Tlio only Bare and reliable
for obesity, (or superfluous fat)
Is tho "LoVeictto" Obdslty I'M,
which gradually reduce tho weight
nnd measurement. Xo Injury or inconvenience
leaves no wrinkles
acts by absorption.
This cure is founded upon (he mot
scientific principle?, and lias been
used by ono of the moH cmlnon
Physicians of Ihirope iti hi? private
practice "for flvo years," with tho
most gratifying results.
Mr. Henry Pcrldiis, 29 Union Park,
Itosfon, writes: Prom tlio tio of the
"Loverctto'' Obesity Pills my weight
lias been reduced ten pounds in threo
weeks and bj general health is vers,
much improved. Tho principles of
your treatment are fully iudorecd by
my family Physician. In pioofof my
gratitude I herewith give gou permission
to uc my namo if you desire
to do so."
Price $2.00 per package, or three
packages for $ by reglstcicd mail.
All orders supplied direct from our
TJio Livcretto Specific Co., 339
Washington St., Ilostoii,Mass.
Liberty is a progrosiivo conquest
S. IT. Clifford. New Cassol, Wis.,
was troubled with Neuralgia and
liheumatism, his'stoinitchouns disordered,
his Liver v& niTocted to nu
alarming degree, nppotito foil away,
and ho was terribly reduced in flosh
and strength, Throo bottles of Electric
Bitters cured him.
Edward Shephord, Ilnrrisburg. 111.,
had a running soro on his leg of
eight years' Btauding. Used tnreo
bottles of Electric Bitters and sevon
boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker, Catawba. O., hud five largo
Fovor sores on his leg, doctors said he
uas incurable. Ono bottlo Electric
Bitters and ono box Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo cmod him entirely. Sold at
Jt.O. Hardvuck's drug storo.
Whon there is unything extra going
on tho novsboy is always ready to
meet the ieayuno.
Whon suiTeritii; from thont or liitiir
troubles, take only sucli medicine
as has been proved worthy of Confi
dence. Sucii a roiuodv is Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral: a specific for budded
colas, and invaluable iii all fomw of
pulmonary complaints. Sold by
A IlNlnty Mnrrl lur tlio llreakruit or
I unrlt iHhltt
Wero I aWod tonnnio tlio daintiest
ltdbitof ttiB finny tribo to bo liad at thU
season of the year, 1 wotdd unhesitatingly
niiino tlm InnnccnVtomcod of the
Atlantic an tlm must deserving of the
Ireallzu tho fact that tho trrecn amoH
is possessed o( excellent gustatory
points, but its peeullur ilavpr causes
ono to tiro of It much tlio samo m wo
lose all doslro for tlio clam with tho
seasounblo Introdnetlou of tho oystor.
It Is uot so with the merry toracod. In
stead of becoming surfeited, ono han
kers more nnd inoro for tho mlorojradus
torn tit, until tho habit so fusions Itsol
on ono Hint It is with dlllloulty shalcen
To bo oaton In perfection tlioy must
bo cleaned tha day they are caught A
Jlttlo salt should bo rubbed on tho ln
Side, and the fish put away for at lcnU
fclx bourn before thoy uro'coolcod; than
cook thorn in pork fat.
Thoy nre inoro of n breakfast and
luncheon tlsh thiin n dinner tlsh: still
thero Is noK'xxlruiinon Mjiy ,(,y ti,ouj j
not tml.i.nty club dhmora
hon terr,ip ii, ntv and henry joints
nro served, 'liny Bro dolifrhtful
lrollo.1, but tho uVh U so Uaky that a
unlets oho Is mi ovinirt ho Is llkoly to
oxporionoa soma difficulty in removing
thom wholo from the broiler. A HUmd
applloMthHi of olive oil or niBltel butter
bofore oopliini; them will help mutterj
wonderfully. Slightly dredRod with
(loiir and dropped Into a llborid buth of
boiling fnt, thoro to remain, until a,
iroldon brown, Is another way of cook.
Jug them, but tho most palnto ravishing
niiHiiou oj uonhinir uieiu is tho simplest,
Oreaso a Imklnif tin with tabio butter,
put tho fish Into tho pan with heads
and mm loft on, and strew over tho flMi
little balls of butter suakoned with
whlio ixpiHM mul wilf. put them Into
hot oven And cook lftn mlnutcsi noxt
place thorn on a hot plntter, pour (tin
content ,,f tlio pun orcrtliom and wrvo
rjulokly, ns tl.ey cool rapi.lly.
If ono must hove uiim with them, let
It bo meltttd butUr thiakaned with
horsa rnilUh u la Oovurnor Uunn. Tlio
Individual who ctnikl liiot. cut thrm
plain, however, would bo "very ImrU to
J, Murrey, lu N, V,
We Can and Do
Gunranteo Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
for it hns been fully demonstrated to
tho peoplo of this country that it is
superior to nil other preparations for
blood diseasos. It is n positivo cure
for syphilitic poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions
and pimples. It purifies tho
wholosj&tam. and thoroughly builds
up tho constitution. For Balo by II.
Iran, liko everything olso that lives,
changes uith tho air that retains him.
Can't bleep Nights.
Is tho complaint oi thousands suffering
from Asthma, Consumption,
Coughs, ote. Did you otor try Dr.
Acker's English remedy T It is tho
best preparation known for all Lung
Troubles. Sold on a positivo guarantee
at 25c, and EOc. For sale bv
li. C. Hardwiek.
A languid heart is tondor; sadness
makes lovo -J. J. Housseau.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing nnd will
siirolydoyou good, if you have a
Oough, Cold or any other troublo with
Throat, Chest or Luugs. Dr. King's
""" ior consumption,
Coughs nnd Colds is guaranteod to
give relief, ormonoy wiTi bo paid back
SulTerors from La Grippo found it
just the thing nnd under its uso bad
n speedy aud porfect rocovory. Try
a bnmplo bottlo at our oxpeuso nnd
lenrn lor yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottloi freo at 11. C.
In lovo, pleasures eomn iwtr nnni
great sorrows. Mllo. do Lespinasss.
18 pounds of blood.
Is about tho quantity nnturo allows
to on adult person. It is of tho utmost
importunco that tho blood should
bo kept as pure ns possiblo. By iU
remarkoblo euros or scrofula, salt
rhoum, ect., Hood's saronparilla has
proven its claim to bo the boat blood
For a general fnmily cathartic we
conficloijtly recoiiimond Hood's Pills,
ihoy should bo in every homo
Finosso was given to woman to
compensato tho forco of man. Lac-
ti t?uf kJe?,s Mrmca svg.
IhoBostSnlre in tho world lot
uuia, uruisoB, Soros, Ulcors, Salt
l,fr,lb,mn8', Con18' ndlfnll
bkiB Eruptions, and positively euros
ZJr w,k"? PoriectBatisraet on, or
money rofuudod. Prico25 cents
box. For sale by H. B. GnmrTr per
Hulls Vegolablo l' w a FV ''airs, uso
Sicilian Huir Ifo-
Tin?1! i3 Croa.'io"'
But who says so T
IN VI Sim ir Isms)
ARMY ) indowl 8 m SMjIwrt. "hid
number. Iuvisiblo to tliq nkod eyo
tho poisonous part of this arniy is th
cause of four fifths of nil tho fiilenloa
of tho huuiiiu fnmily -They jUrov
moroliyos than war, .amino lire 2
of hi imnn illfo by threo nverago fortKs, term
fl. human iSlyS
m',i (".this goto well
Sustte'T th0 1K,iMtt0" S
niUBt lenio bo rounot exist tlm
mm,, ho seeks .i exit .tCgh 1 m
pores of tlm skin. After ho ,Wr s
tmui mo of tlio ffiifio
Sum's Srucuiu Co , Atlautn, Go,
Tliogieat, pugilists nro trying to
each other by n knock-out "blow."
oj tlm G rqnil Army i,f tho Itopiiblio,
Mnjor Gorges. Morri!. 1W ret. o.
lios nro better knon ti In tl,e vicinity
hon Siijphiir Bilters, (heir wlo hot
Iwwi yrr uonund tliroiigbout thin
onto of boiinuVial results
and mirt.y by lUoir uw, is largo mul
I.ooU up to by iho
ou tho telegraph
Rots Clothes and
TADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE.
" Vojwten on llfo's ses.
To yourself bo true.
And whnto'cr your lot mar be,
1'aiMlo your own canoo."
"To yourself bo true," "and thou
cans't not then bo false to any man."
is not so vllo a sin a,
Then " be who to-day, 'tis
madness to defer." Get Dr. 1'Ierce'a
Golden Medical Discovery, for nil affections
of tho lungs and throat It Is
like who 'a wonderful liver tonic, and
All the year round, you may rely upon
Dr. ricrco's Golden Medical Discovery.
It's not like the garsaparlllas. that aro
said to bo good for tho blood In March,
April and May. Tho "Discovery"
works equally well at all-times, and in
all cases of blood-taint, or humors, no
matter what their namo or nature. It
cures all Sktn, Scalp and Scrofulotu
airectlon". as Eczema, Tetter, Salt
rhoum, lever-sores, Whlto Swclhn,
Hip-Joint diseaso and uinurcu ai
It's tho cheapest blood-purifier, sold
through druggists, becauso you only pay
for the good you get.
Your money Is returned If It docin't
benefit or cure you.
Can you ask more f
WINTER FROCKS fori GIRLS.
Tasly Cuittiinra fir ilnoin nnd Outdoor
Ncwdesifrns for fills' winter frocks
are of wnrm woolen stitlTs cashmere,
toloth and tho Uceey,
A house dres fiinl.Ioncd liko a
wrapper Li worn in the morning
by girls of six to ten years. Cashmere,
crepon or flannel Is tlio material, with
woist lining of sateen. Tor a girl of
six years two breadths nnd a half of
material (cashmere width) ore path-
crea to n rounti yoke fitted
by shoulder senms. Tho straight
sleeves half a yard wido aro gathered
n me top nml to n wristband. Volvci
ribbon two Inches wide Is set in a point
In tho back just balow tho yoke, then
drawn down to tho front nnd fastened
under a rosette. To crmpjetc this pretty
dress, a wide round collar nnd cuffs
of nainsook are morn. They nro
doubled of the matcri.il, nnd edged
with a frill two inches wido that may
A comfortable, clonic for girls of four
to eight years Is of ladies' cloth warm
ly lined, with fur ti burning, tan, cadet
blue, or reseda green cloth trimmed
with brown mink or bearer, or cls
with the fleecy Mongolian fur white.
black or colored to match tho cloth.
Tlio yoke Is shallow and pointed, tlio
high collar is a straight band covered
with fur, and full bUhops' sleeves foil
on deep cuffs edged with fur. Unices
of tho cloth cross in tliu brick below th
yoke, nnd lap in front ut tho waUtline.
The soft-crowned Florentine cap Is bordered
with fur, nnd hns a pompon ol
ostrich feathers with nn nigrctto in tha
School frocks of cashmero, vigognt,
or of plaid wool for girls of eight to
fourteen years hnvo n
wai,t Invisibly hooked under the front
gamers, nnn a blslrt. Tk
waist Is guthored bnlow tho throat,
and under tho belt In front nnd
back. Tho Bklrt of three breadths
of 'double-width good (for glrli
of twelve years) Is gathered to the
waist permanently. A separata belt,
reaching almost to tho armpits In
fashion. Is well lined and may b
whalcboncd, nnd Is nearly covored with
rows of blnclc houtuohe; It Is laced In
front through eyelet holeft Tho sleeves
ore shirred to a riilllo at the wrist, nnd
rows of braid lire set on tho shining,
Tho turned-over collar Is also trimmed
A lovely llttlo frock for panics or
luiKTin iu bix loiweivs
vurs 13 uj wasu si.K. pinir, mauve or
bluo, with whlto stripes. Tho low full
corsage is belted with velvet of darker
shade than tho ground of tho silk, or
olso with black, and li trimmed with a
very full frill of white lace or of chiffon
with scalloped edge His wo. n over a
gubnpo of white cropo do Chine gathered
at neek ! wrists without trimming.
Tlio striped elbow hlcoves ore
also untriinined, lwliig Mmply corded.
Tho ribbon velvet bow on tho hal
matches tho bolt In color. Harper's
Thoro nro somo pntonl medicines
that nro more marvelous than a do
zen doctors' proscriptiomt, but tlioy'nt
not tlioso that prolosa to euro everything.
Everybody, now nnd thou, fools
"ruu down, "played ouL" Thoy've
tho will, but no powor to geturate
vitality. thoy,ro not sick ouougb to of
call n (loetor, but Just loo sick to
bo well, Tlmt's when the right
kind of n patent medicine oomw iti,
nnd doos lor n dollar wimt tho doctor
wouldn't do for less than live or ton.
Yu put in our claim for Dr. l'ierco'n
Golden Medical Discovory.
Wo claim it to bo nn nnwiunlod
remedy to purify tho blood and
tho liver. Wo claim it to bo
lasting in IW directs, creating nn
uppetito, purifving tlm blood, nnd
provonting Millions, Typhoid nml
Malnriul forors If taken in limo I
TlHitlmototnltoithwlion yon first
lool tho Hl(,'Ufl of wcortiiosH. 1 iio time on
in tub, i t, nil fp.tiinpl iipti,tr,faa id I ....
IVrJiir b ' -
., ... - ,
A happy pair-An old fitshlonod
nppio ihw courier.
Hull's Ilnir Konowor Drovouta
tlruiT, mid stops tho hair fiom ailing.
NOTM ON THE FASHIONS.
TurUai llntt.M of inLrMl r.tnlnta
Avery fashionable and handsome cos
Ituno Is of Indian red cloth trimmed
with black aouUch raiding and blsete
Lttco flouness art much used on
French ovtnlug toilets of velvet tnd
treat uso Is being caade of choux of
both lace and volvst ribbon.
Tho 'popular tints of yellow aro
"color of gold"' nnd "color of corn."
Downs of either of those shades veiled
with laco are the popular fancies of ths
Among tho dressy fsbrlcs of the act
son must bo mentioned Soudnn laoe,
which closely resembles guipure. It
comes In very elegant shades and la
generally worn over a colored silk bell
At rirecont thero Is no Indication that
skirts will bo mado shorter In the back.
Th upon walking dresses
will remain In vogue just as long At tho
three-quarter coat and the deep baaqus
Tho close coat sleeves which are now
so fashionable aro trimmed on tho up
per arm near tlio shoulder either with
caps, puffs, braids, chevrons or
Vandykes nnd silk-cord arc
besques In net dsvlces.
Tho new princess dresses ent with
tow corselet bodice, like a peasant
waist, are very Btrlktng In effect among
the array of dinner nnd reception
gowns, but tho most charming of all appear
in the exhibit of French house
dresses and tea gowns,
Lovely evening cloaks are made at
tomato colored Lyons velvet, elaborately
trimmed with cut Jet passcmentarlsa
and cabochans of tho rilhast description.
Tho cloaks aro lined with black
plush and there is tho merost roll of
black fur at all tho edes.
Cloth apnllouo of contrasting color.
with a black silk of chenille cord at tut
edge, Is used both on gowns and jackets.
This trimming is placed on tho front of
tho cost, the lower edge, on the collar
and sometimes around tho nrmholo t
simulate n Spanish Jacket
Tho display of silk and wool plahU
for tho season Is remarkably rich and
attractive, nnd while less popular
among grown people, they nro a positive
"rngo" for school girls and very
young women. The color schemes aro
lovely, aud some of tho prettiest raw-silk
plaids aro made up with velvet in
combination, raakipg very rich and
feathers long nnd short aro vory generally
worn, nnd as for wings, never
havo thoy beii so lavishly used by
milliners; but tho humane amd tenderhearted
may now console themselves,
for It Is announced that a vast msforltr
of tho wings are those of birds and do
mestic fowls legitimately killed that
men may eat, their fate calling for n
Very nrtlstio materials and atylea ar
ndopteil this season. The Valola,
Pompadour and Louis AVI. models are
nil copbd, and young and middle-aged
women alike are wearing the rich bro
cades either In dainty or very olaborat
patterns. Very lovely was a gown ol
nalo brocade, the flower
of faintest pink. A wattau train at the
back, of white and gold brocaded satin,
was lined with pink satin and trimmed
with old lnce. Chicago Tost
POSTAL CLERKS' BUSY DAY.
Darin? lit JJnllAnr Tain OoTcrnmsnl
Einptojn Arm tiartlid With Work.
Fast ofllco cmployos dread to see
this season of the year coma around.
The work of the department la
enormously Increased. The carriers
take out and bring In Immense stocks
of mall, nnd the money order clerks
have to write ut full speed all day long.
It Is Interesting to watch the crowds at
tho post olllae, formed Into long lines
nud aw airing turn to reach tlio windows.
So great have tho crowdi become that
a police limn is stationed la the east corridor.
ll is useful not only keeping the
crowds from pushing and crowding apd
keeping away plokpockets. but instructing
those who come to send or recslv
"Yes. wo seo n great many funay
things," the ofllcer said yesterday as he
laughingly ohook his head at a man lu
tho lino wh
of a woman to get her money from a
pocket in the klrt Wneulli her dress.
"Women are the queeroat customers we
have to do l with. Of course n great
many of them nro careless and carry
their money In a pocketbook In their
hand, or in an outside jacket pocket,
Whero It usually protrudes as an Invitation
to tho pickpocket to come and taka
It Hut there nro manv others who con
ceal their pockctbooks or purses anywhere
about their garments and In place
where a thief conldu't get thom II h
had an hour to look. It puzzles the
owners, as yon saw thero a moment
ago, and they dive around their npparal
lu tho most helpless fashion to th
delay of othci s. ns u rule. They rarely
have their money reudy whon ther
ought to, and any number of them have
to leave tho 1'ne, when they are called
upon to produce, and retire to some
shady corner where they can get ',
their money unobserved. Whan thoy
come back they nro indignant at having
to fall In at the foot of the line again.
As a rule the mon know what to do.
or If they don't they need little direc
tion unless they aro foreigners. Hat
the women freanunllr have to baahown
how to make out n blank half a doxn
limes ami incy win usk iorty questions
aooui me simplest mines. They ar
not considerate, either; for, unless they
aro stopped, they will crowd In ahead
of everybody, Of course thero are wo
men who are and know
their business, but they are noi In the
majority. But o treat all alike; w
have to do It If we didn't thero would
be trouble all the time. With a system
we keep everything In hand, and the
business of those who come here l
really facilitated, although thoy may
grumble at having to wait" Chicage
It I. BiiikarrikMlnx,
Speaking of ntrent cenversatlcnM.
Isn't it awfully embarrassing to have
some fellow moet you cordially, oall
you by namo and slap yon on tha
perhaps, while yon aro trying Jat
vnin to recall bis name? lis says ha, la
well and asks you how yon are, and
then refers Indefinitely to soma incident
which for the mluuto you are totally
Ignorunt Then he laughs and looks
hurt becauso yon do not follow aula,
giving him a dazed sort ol Idlotlo grin
Instead. Finally, he says. Wel. aa
long old fellow," and when aa gaU ll
toon or twenty feet away yen tudJenly
rume.nber that youraothliu at a card
putty ono evening winter befora last
ind that his name 1 Smith. Dstroli
Vivo Pi ess. I
DOMCSTIO CONCERNS. I
aaoPn ftm a ruTsiinilsal In n ..,.... .
roasted on an Iron plate, .ngar burned
hot cools, and lngar bolUd svlth
.!. .1 . , . P ., 1 I
lujrrm uiiu aprinidoa oa IJis agoraou
furniture of a ar excellent
Tho crepe tissue nayarwhloa c
'i umnycoiova xor twautf
cent n yard inaltes tha nreltloat eandM
hades, and la muoh used tar ffHiWaJll
tfiraUas small sachets Intcndsd t mm
and dlniiai .
80HOOL AND CHURCH.
-Tho whole outlny in London
with tho Young Men's Christian
association Is said to be $9,000 and tho
-Tho South Ailantlo university to bo
built by the rrcabyterlon synods comprising
the stales of North and youth
Carolina, (Jcorgla nd Horlds, at n coat
of $300,000, will 1 located at Augusta,
The reported expenditure for do-nestle
missions of the Episcopal church
for tho year ending September, 1891,
was 8301, 403, of which gross sum HV
082 was eocpcniled for work among the
colored people. The grOas receipts for
domestic, missions for tho fiscal year
Since the partition of Africa tho
governments ef England, Germany,
Italy and Portugal hnvo made an agree
went for the reciprocal protection of
tliolr missionaries In the dark contl
Dent Armed with n passport from th
government to which thoy belong, tha
missionaries will enjoy tho protection
of each of these powers.
Now York city, with a population
of 1,700,000, has more than hOO school
departments, 4,:oo tenchers, an average
attendance, of 100,000 pupils dally,
and a total nttemlanco of 300,000. Tho
salaries of ter.cheis. Janitors and em
ployes now aggregitte over (8.000,000,
and the expciulltuie for the school
yearly exceed considerably 84,000,000,
Among those In London who hava
given themselves earnestly to work
among the poorer classes In London Is
the earl of lleniichamp, who has decld
cd to take up hts resilience among tlu
cast end poor for the purpose of direct'
log mission work nmoog them. The
earl is secretary of the Christ Church
mission at Poplar, one of the suburban
The beardless priest Is -o ouly as a
matter Of custom. Thero la no edict
upon the subject All tho popes from
Adrian VI. to Innocent XII., and all the
clergymen from tho cardinals to the
young cleilcs. including Ignatius
Loyola, St l'miicls Xnvler, Francis do
Sales, Vincent de Paul, the cardinals
Uellarmlnc and ltlcliel leu, were bearded
dignitaries of the church.
The new (leorgla association
formed by tha union of the whlto and
colored churches of the state and South
Carolina, of tho Congregational order,
will meet nt Atlanta, April 6, Wti. AU
the churches of the otd association havo
approved of the plan ft union except
the First church of tjorannahaod the
Plymouth church of Charleston, and
thasa have now wlthdrnwn opposition.
The Danish government has introduced
a bill Into the Folkthlng providing
for the erection of a state college
for women teachers. It la calculated
to accommodate alxty.four; the term
axtends over three years and no one
tan ba received who has not completed
her eighteenth year. In connection
with the college It is proposed to hava
state school for some thirty or forty
children of ages between tevca and
ten, so ns to afford the Intending teach
era an opportunity of useful and practical
U SE DOTH HANDS.
Cli r.r Mar II MkiU Demount tha
The good physician says that the
child should tie taught to use both
hand with equal dexterity. Oncnever
knows how much a thumb U worth till
he sprains it; mo- particularly the
thumb of the right hand. Hut he will
then coino Into the full appreciation of
tne pnrase: "Always on Hand, iiko a
core thumb." And he will find, too,
through its disability, that that piece of
anatomy Is an Importnut factor In
about everything ho undertakes to do.
Indeed, n man enn live without cook
snore comfortably than he can lire
What the thumb Is to the hand, so la
the hand to the remainder of the body;
and thus It becomes h prime essential
that tho doctor's' advice be followed,
sod the boy trained In his earliest youth
to use both hanilt. with equal facility.
Ifor la the matter ono of special
Tho Infant Is not born right or
left-handed, as generally supposed. Hi
becoming either, or ambidexterous, 1
incidental, or by e location. In the
earliest stage, lit faet. the youngster
has no usu nt sir for liU lists, except
plunging them Into his eyes or mouth.
Ho has to learn th use nf lioth, nnd.
while be Is iiUml i a llltlo attention
not more limn i on Ills walk
and hi tulk ) lii lifting luients will
Suthtmii" p tack aa to his
Igitul cxt em hm
That t' inn done Is
shown fn wl li which grown
people inn if tho left hand In
apoclal 'Iho young lady typewriter,
for t'sumplr t(imw4 no
between tliu .H-hl mid left bank
t her keys, while t,bo btntxt Is accustomed
to .the most difilcult
p&a&gesoa the Inner register of th
The athletic pors pai tlcularly call
Tor ambidexterous work, ns In rowing
aud baseball, tir In football, whero th
hckds of the opposing team are often
punched with the left as with the right
1st. Mr- John L. Sulllvun and other
gentlemen of the joyous science of
alwnya lead with the left hand,
and do the major part of their slugging
ic that form, the right bund being liept
In reserve nnd for defense.
Since thche can be attained la
Special cases there U no reason why, In
genera"., tlio left aim. If trained In
youth, should not be as effective as tha
right, unil, like the lcff, bo placed on
m equality with its fellow limb. N. T.
It yea bar tint P hil&d io bey
Hood's SaxsaparUIi net p U4ue4 to tax
ajrotair. lleo' Strasparfll Is a peeolUr
snedlslat, jieKtssler, t vktte ot It peenltsr
eomblaiUoo, presarUen, aa4 rsptratlea,
curatlr power stiparloi; to aay atneraxtlela,
A Beiton Udr wka kastr what aba vaiited,
ad vbom eitiupU Is Tiertby Isoltstlon, lelis
la ens store vihsr I went to baj Hood's
BsrisparllU tke clerk tried ta Indue ma buy
their awn Instead of Boed'st bteldnUielr,
would last lonfer; that I might take It oaten
PUi; ttit it I did not Ilk It I need not
pay MJthiu, etc. But lie could not prevail
oa to to chant. I told him I knew what
Hood's Barsaparllla wu. I bad taken It, was
utUfied with It, and did Dot waat any ether.
When I began taklnr Hood's Barssparllli
I was feeling ml miserable, suflerlnjt
a treat deal with djripeptla, and so weak
that at times I aculd hardly stand. I looked,
and had for soma time, Ilk a person In con.
suastlon. Hood's Sarsspwllla did ms so
Been good thattwondtr at myself sometimes,
aid my f rlands f rsiusntly speak ot It" Uas.
Klul. A. tlorr, et Terrace Street, Poston.
H 0. L BOOD a CO, Aaaarlw, tawsll, lUs,
loo Defi.On Bollar
I lfz Brv aallVi r
ymi, but It Is true. Thcso ore tho uro
is ono thing which will check It nnd that
It 1 recommtndtd ty th belt
S K Ae null
W. H. HOOKER & CO., 40
Egjcm. a nH7 c8.
IIS? PC Ti4 IS
0UGH5 fOR THE WST 20 YEARS
OLDS VOR 5AIF. EVERYWHERE
KataBaa. A POSITIVE
40 years. BMlrTm ZTT
aa? atflaaV. 00x'
i llrwrabt. r MJ..S
WIHXEtMANN A BROWN
Drue Co. rrr Baltlmor. I t.
Tb. Urrt Cram
KOPFALSNE l.Md.ch Cur. tl
cor D.rvftBi. l.
tn.l.rl.t ftitd aU
'rinf t tifHh IS,I who !, ttnt. !
t ll a Owt'i 1 W.lne for: 'I m" V"4 '''.'.'
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11 IIS ti HEADACHE
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k2!?&j Bid Best
In the world.
vigor m mn
Caallr, Quickly, Parmanentlr Raa'Qrsn.
Vaakae. Jrva.a.., Ilaklllfk and JI
tha train ol etlli from aarlr amm oritur new.),
tka re.nlu nf oTarwork, aitkot.., worrr ftu. Vail
strtngU), eTlovment, and toe aiTea to ararr
oran and tnrtum of tba Ujdr. Hlmpla, natural
ttetbodt. unu,(Ilata InpniTaaiaat acta, rallara
unroMibla. S.OO rafarauc.. Hut,k. aipl&aallooJ
odrn,ira mailed aledirrta. AtfdrtM
ERIE MEDIOAt CO., BUfFALO N. Y.
O. V. TIME TABLE.
Tsteteffeet IToreinberlOlb, 18sl
Jt'u M .. It.
Lt, K,anifllli.. lOWlkW S .i.Up U
Ar lleailrnon . l:15m s:15ji
ArOrjilon .. . . lliMim l:Hp u
ArMorgauflelq . lliuain 10:U lira
A.IUekuTcn ... ISiMiin. 10:41pm
AitrurxU UUpm lOiiSpia
Arilaiiun , l:iip m ll:Miua
Arrilncetop... , Hits a u
Lt riluceton . StftaiuJJVUS pul
Ar Marlon , $1 aui J:M pin
ArBlurgU , l:oo la TrUuiw
ArDeKuien S:ia a in H.'ic )i m
ArMorKaoaeli :M a !: pra
Ar Hendonon. :(5ira IMua
ArKvantvllie,. ritoaui 0i4Spm
Had tha esl4 KaTaetl II
CBaoir.ToM, Oraaa Ox, )a, Nov.. -881
l wguiy reooaiiaanj l'aitar ro.nJs'i Herv
Toule to anybody that has lofarad Irom bead,
aeha as my son did for 9 years, liaaaasa two
of tha inalleln cored tun. u, Usl'IOUE.
Wasuivoto h, D, a, Vutti S, 1881.
I'orS years I hal XcallDCithst I can hardly
deurtU), I aoold I col at times that I stas lure.
ly itjlait, or hava presentiment) that something
dtinjful was about to liapp.ni aloaa Uklog
t'aitor Koenlf ' Narva Tonls I hare fait Ilka a
illfrertnt neraon. It la a wonderful ma.iiAin
una. aonk huiu,
uI..UV,a.1f'tc.r Koanli's 'fonla lor apt.
lepsy ol t yaart' standing. aniT It worked 1U a
ebarm on roe, af tar iut.hI doetwsdld loaao
suod. Yuurmedlclua perfection
I.. O, VAN CLaAYS.
Villi Dftaaaaa Mai rra U anj sdctianu
I II I I f? Iwo'.PfiiinU ea alii obula
I 8 lis La lhl ine.llrlufiacf aiiarac
This rtmadrbasUea Prepared by the lUrtrand
Pantor Kixnu. of Fori rf.tu., lad, .lace la7,In
KOE1HQ MED, CO., Chicago, III.
r li, .73, Oltuttlo.forep.
u LouiRdllo, Ky hy llftiz .tllonr.i
fll li. .Market St.
You fol t' ' "i srou knox
What it iiM, i ,vi i.ni i,v.r
roua Why I ou oough In tho
morning Do you rcallrollio cause?
it (of You liko uchangdd
cron to your friends Do you
know what Is tlio matter, or has
the change lcen eo gradual It baa
escaped your notice?
You havo Consumption!
Vo do not any Ibis to f rlghTm
symptom of this tcrri' o disease, Thsre
pty.l.lm. la Karoos an knnrlra.
Sl.ea far n.lll.,
Woat Drondwny, Now York
jHyj & h witrtt
Cott. n Bpt Pculc,
St. Louis, Arkansas
and Texas Ry.
Arkansas and Texas
Two Daily Train?
Xo Cbnngo of Car lo
l'IN'K I'LUfc'P. TEXAKKAN'A, FT
Or Intertnediato Points.
Avoidiug r long nnd disgTeWo
omnibus transfer nt Memi la.
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
K EC LINING CIIAIU CAlt,8
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t, l"1- s o
Lou us utile and Memphis
PULLMAN Ilu(T.t Sleeping Car.
rsua . . to
Louihvillp, Memphis, Vicksburg,
tou Kongo, anil New Orleans,
, via Memphis.
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lave Tuarrtioiosraik aUdttl
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MtUlbMI 1 1, - . m
nuif.li trii 150 mt nt
Mississippi Valley Route
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