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IF IT WERE DONE WHEN 'TIS DONE,
THEN 'TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.UIOKLY
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Overcoats & Suits
Marked down to the lowest
EBB TIDE OF PRICES.
Goods must be moved to make room for Spring In orderlto
do this we have put the knife into them.
PRICES CUT UNMERCIFULLY.
IMMENSE OUT IN SHOES.
Nothing has escaped the keen blade.
Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps.
Prices slashed in all lines at
J? m he mstm
R. R. BOURNE,
OfficoovorG. V Campbell's, East
HOPKTNSV1LLK, - - KY.
DR. J. P. THOMAS
'.WILL PBAOTICK MS mOFESSION IN
ALL ITi BlUNCUES,
Offifo: Over Bank of Hopkinsvillo.
Residenco: South Virginia Stroot.
Junius C. McDavitt,
Offico over Kolley's Jewelry Store,
HOPKINSVILLE - KY.
W. W. CLARKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jfflco west side of Court Square.
JAKES A. YOUNG, H. I).,
nm,.rr. Atnin nnil Otli Sta. Telo-
Iihono connections houso & office.
Andrew SearzenU M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SU11GE0N
ItMl.tenco on North
Offlce over Cltr
.In. Telcpbono connection!.
(Under New Management.)
T. O. BRIWWELL, FKOP'It
arte 8mple Kooms. HesSvslem Call Dell.
. $2 DI
BATES - - pt
Special rates br the week
"St're'eu."" Evansville, Ind.
GRAY & PAGE, PROP'S.
K. NINTH ST.. NKAIl MAIN.
Sha.iiiK 10c. Slinmpoolns JoC,
Hair Cuttlug 25c.
anil nil ;lon 1.
latest luh'ou. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. W. P. Lawrene,
Physician & Surgeon,
m ' OLARKSVILLE, TENN.,
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X . f tock. Iicil prim.
;i NAM & NFUNEH, LOUUVIt.t.B, KY
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" Motiiim' Fwtnu "Is a scientifically
prepared Liniment, every Ingredient
of recognized value and In
constant use by the medical profession.
Ingredients are combined
In t mariner hitherto unknown
WILL DO all that Is claimed for
It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child, Hook
to " Morulas "mailed I'KliD, con-v
t lining valuable Information and
ntOYfjprMn r.'.ll'lefprlc. tl.Mpirr bottlo
OHABflELO REGULATOR CO., AlUnU.Ol,
4. OOLI) 1Y ALL PHUUGjam
B - A - X3a - -
Thousands oi sad anil ilcsol.Uu
homes liavo been made happy liy use
of "JJoso Iluds," wh'cli liavo proven
an absolute cure for the following diseases
and tlicli'disti casing symiitoins.
Ulcere lion, and Falling of
ino womb, Ovarian Tin. ors, uropy
oftho Womb, Suppressed
Itupturo at Childbirlli, of any
cotnilalnt originating in diseases of
the reproductive organs; whether
from coutaglot's hcicdity,
tight lai'ng, oveirtork, excesses or
miscarriages. Ono lady willcs us
tlataficrsullcriiig for icn ye -s with
Lcucori Iica or "Whiles, that
cti'on entirely cured lier, and further-more,
she Millers no more pain during
t.io menstrual period, it is a
regulator. "Hose Hrds" aro a
s'mplc, harmless preparation, but
wonderful in cfl'ect. The patient can
iMinlv it herself. No doctor's
muion necessary, to which all modest
women, especially rotinir. unmarried
ladiei seriously object. From the first
application you will feel like a new
woman, Prlco .$1.00 by mail, post
pr'il. Tho Lkveiiett brrxinc Co,
339 Washington St., Uoston, Mass.
Chicago is experiencing an egg fmv
Our Old Fire Company.
"That was a gay old company that
wo bolongod to, Joo; away back in
'C8, whon vou and I ran with tho
machine. Do you roinomber that bit
firo in Hotol Row, ono freezing night,
whon fiftoeu proplo wero pullou out of
their burning rooms and came down
tho Jnddor in their night-clothes ; nnd
how 'Dick' Grf no brought down two
'kids' at onco ono in his arms, the
other slung to hisbackt Poor 'Dick!
got tho catarrh droau fully, from so
much exposure, and Euiforod from
it iivo years or moro. Wo thought
onco ho was going in consumption,
Buro. But finally, ho hoard of Dr.
Sago's Catarrh remedy, and tried it,
and it cured him up as sound as a
flint. I toll yon, Joe, that catarrh
remedy is n jjroat thing. It saved as
good n man and as brave a fireman as
ever trod shoo leather.
Gladstone thouch 8J, always
,'Uio bald and gray will iind a suro
remedy in Hall's Hair Renowor.
Underclothing of wool filer is coming
It Is Not What We Say
But what Hood's Sarsapari"a does,
that makes it sell, and has givon it
such a firm and lasting hold upon tho
confidence) of tho pooplo. Tho voluntary
statements of thouands of pooplo
provo beyond quostion that this preparation
possosses wondorful modicinal
Hood's Pills euro Constipation . by
restoring tho poristaltio action of tho
alimentary canal. Thoy ato tho best
Greoce producos ir5,' TO (ons of
ciirrautfl ovory year.
The Population of
Hopkinsville is about 7,000, and wo
would say at least ouo half aro
troubled with somo affoction on tho
Throat nnd Lungs, ns thoso com.
plainta nro according to statistics,
moro numerous thau otliors, Wo
would ndvisoall our roadors not to
uegloct tho oiiportunity to call on
their druggist and got n bottlo of
Kemn't) Balsam for tho Throat nnd
lungs. Trial sue free Lnriro Bottlo
oOo und 51, Sold by druggists.
'Taper, hi?" united the newabtr.
"No, I never icad," iik the blunt pn
iwor. "Ill, boys, coino horo." callod
out the Kumln; "liuro'K a man as 1.
practlclu' for tho Juryl"
A lltt o fellow wns
forced to wear a shirt thrco sizes too
4arj,'o for him. After atruttlntf around
llttlo while, ho hurst out with! "I
feel awful loncsoini) In thl. .hlrt, inn."
To love ror MlsbtMir a. my.elt,
Wlmt.lrurifuailvlco I. thutl
I ilu not e f n know til. name,
I'm tenant In a Hat,
Trunks aro now mado of paper
pulp that has been subjected to a great
prc&suro In the mino mumioras the material
uaqil for ill manufacture of paper
car wlieeU Owlnir to tho tenacity of
tho puper It U practically linpo.slblo to
Injuro a trrnilt muds of thl. materlaL
A pecullur animal wns killed In
Oregon tho other day, It la not n coon
nor a polecat, neither Is It u wildcat uor
a congnr, but It looks llku a inlxturo or
combination of all tlieni. Its teeth are
long and .harp, und it tail somewhat
resembles a ho' ear.
Ninth & Main.
This remedy is becoming so noil
known and bo popular as to need no
special montiou. All who havo used
Llectric Bitters Ring tho amo song
of prniso. A puier irediciuo does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all
that is claimed. Elec rie bitters will
cure all diipasos of (ho Liver and
Kidneys, will toiiovo Pimples, Boils,
Salt lihoiim and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will diivo
M"alaria from tho system and proveut
as well as euro all Malarial fevers.
For euro of Headache, Conslipafon
and Indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entiro satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded. Prico 50 cts. and
$1.00 per bottlo at -I?. C. Hardwiek's
A huutor in Maiuo claims to havo
a cat that will stalk grouse.
It Should Be In Every Mouse.
J. B. Wilson, 871 Clay St., Sharps-burg,
Pa., says ho will not bo without
Dr. King's New Discovory for Consumption,
Gouhs aid Colds, that it
curouhiawifowlio was threatened with
Pneumonia alter an at aek of ''La
Grippo," when various other remedies
and seroral physiciars had dono her
no good. Kobort Ea bor.of Cooksport,
J'a., claims Dr. iimg s ew discovery
uas uono nun moro goou man anything
ho over used for Troubio.
Nothing liko it. Try it. Freo Trial
Bottles at n. C. Hardwiek's Drug
store. J,argo bottles, 5Uc and SUJ.
Tho cablo tolls on the Chilorn spat
JUUUUUU (1UUUI JVJW,
The Handsomest Lady in
Hopkinsvillo remarked to friend tho
other day that sho knew Kemp's Balsam
for tho throat and lungs was
superior romody, ai it stopped hor
cough instantly whoa othor cough
remodios had no eiToci. whatever. So
to prove this and convince you of Us
morn any druggists will give you n
sample Bottlo Free, Largo sizo 50c
A factory in Germany makes tho
only absolutely puro sugar.
Bucklen's rnica Salve.
The Best Salvo in tbo woild foj
Cuts, Bruises. Soros. Ulcors. Salt
Iiboum, Fovor Sores, Tottor, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil
Skin Erupt 'ons, air' positively euros
Piles, or no pay required. It "is guaranteed
to givo jxWoct satisfaction, or
moaoyieii'nded. J' xeo'Zb cents por
box. For talo by H. B, Garner.
Immigrants nnd returning voyagers
find in Ayor's Saraaparilla a euro for
oruptions, boils, p!mplos,oczomn, etc,
wnoinor resuiung irom son-diet nnd
life on or from ni'v othor
cau.o. its valuo as a tonic nnd
AN INTERRUPTED GAME.
A IClntl'Ilrnrtril Olil Orntli'inaii iteitifrod
Hundreds of odd llttlo bits of life occur
upon tho streets of n great city like
Chicago evory day, perhaps every hour.
Two little gaming wfiro playing "pitchers,"
aa they call It, on the pavemont a
day or two ago. Ono loy was larger
than his companion, nnd seemed to he
having all the hielc. Tho gnmo consists
of pitching n penny to mako it land .as
noar n certain crnek in tho walk ns possible.
Tho Inrgur boy had won two of
the others pennies, whereat tho llttlo
fellow was fuming exceedingly wroth.
It was his turn to pitch, nnd ho
poised hlinrdlt und let tho coin
Uy with tho utmost care. It wns
a good .hot, It wits nn excellent
shot! It wa n perfect shot for, It landed
exactly u,.nu tho crack. The llttlo fellow
was exulting, for ho know his
adversary could nn moro than tlu him
and tho chances were lie, would recover
one of his lost pontiles. Hut his Joy
wus suddenly changed to grief. A mild-looking,
benevolent and pleasant-faced
old gentleman was Jn.t at that moment
walking by with a cane. Ho heard
tho "chink" of the-coin ns It struck tho
pavciuonti hu taw tho boy some feet
away und naturally concluded the lad
had dropped It. Itoady and willing to
do n kind action, the old irentlemnn
stooped, picked up the penny and
handed It to tho boy. Chicago J'io.b.
Hun Down at l.uit,
"Hello, old man," remarked n bluff
and hearty-looking person, as ho laid
his hand on tho shoulder of .lender
gentleman of rotlrlng manners In a
street In Hamburg, "How are you
"Not very well," .aid tho captured
embezzler faintly as he gazed upon the
drcadud lineament of the detective be
know was on hU trail. ""In fact. I feel "I
kind of run down." Chicago Time
THE BEST OR EVERY' PURPOSE.
A DEAD SHOT
right at the scat of difficulty, is
Ellshod by the suro and steady aim o(
r. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. Don't
fool around with a pop-gun, nor
"Flint-lock," whon this lellablo "Winchester"
is within reach 1
Dr. Sago's treatment of Catarrh in the
Head is far superior to tho ordinary, nnd
when directions aro reasonably well
followed, results In a permanent cure.
Don't longer bo Indifferent to the verified
claims of this unfailing Remedy.
Tho worst forms of Catarrh disappear
with tho uso of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. Its mild, soothing, cleansing
and healing properties effect a perfect
and permanent cure, no matter how bad
tho case, or of how long standing. It's
a remedy that succeeds whero everything
clso has failed. Thousands of
such caics ran bo pointed out. That's
the reason Its makers back their faith In
it with money. They oiler $300 reward
for a case of Catarrh which they cannot
it's a racdtclno that allows them to
tnko such a risk.
Doesn't common sense lead you to
taKo sucn a mrtnemer
"An advertising fake" you av.
Funny, Isn't It, how some people
sickness to health when tbo remedy
Is positive and the guarantee abiclute.
Wise men don't nut money back of
"fakes." And "faking" doesn't pay.
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OldMt tmroM tar Mtnrtiw pttonti In Amwlca.
S""!?1?" tiken outbrSi li hroneht bIoc.
tho putllo bj . notice gir.n tno at eharg. In tho
lJirrvu etrc nlatlon of anr idenUfle tttptt In th.
world. ftplaneMlr lllaitrMM. No Intelllitnt
man ahonld b. wlUieut It. WMkir. :J,0() .
J 1J0 ill monthl. Ad.lrn. MtfNN i TCO,
All increaso in salaries has boon refused
tho tologroph operators of tho
Donvor nud Uio Gramlo railroad, and
a strike is threatened.
MUST DE TRUE.
Tho I'niiiT Nulil S.i, nml That Settled It.
One of tho Ions of uneducated
people Is that whatever Is printed In a
newspaper must be received ns true.
Tho superstition licgcts both humorous
nnd Bcrlous thoughts when ono reflects
that tlioiuuiiid learn only from tho
public press, and trust it ns tho savage
trusts tho An Hngii&h
book, "Wild Life on tho Tidal Wave."
describe a conversation In u Yarmouth
bar-room which amusingly illustrates
this superstition. Tho amphibious
population woro exchanging
ideas and drinks, nnd nmong them a
pluthorla boutwrlKht and n stout sailor.
"I tell you thct It a no uso thet ono
man ouo woto huslncs," said tho
"No use, matey? Why not? 1'nrcs
to mo every man lias it right to havo a
wolco In tho lit tin nf the uessel; It's
just llko n uokhul niter all, for none
need to go to .en in a wessul If Mio fare
badly found. Hut 'taint m with this
hero wotln'i one's gut t sign the
no matter what's sltlpMrsalN her,"
retorted tho Millor, decidedly.
"I toll you It's all nniiMii.u," sutdtho
boutwrluhL "llrulns Is tho thluff,"
"Ay, to run the wessol, yes, I believe
In that er, Moinu one must be
master," miHwcrod the. iiiarluer; "but
what I say Is "
"Didn't I tell yon It una In tho reaper,
thct It'a no good this universal suf
That II oo rod tho sailor, nnd ho answered,
humblyi "Well, wo all know
ef thot's prlutod lit Iho penper thot's
euro tew be right."
"Thou shut npl" H.iid tho hontwrlght,
fearing that u thlitl peiaon might appear
on the see mi nnd weaken his ar
gument. until m rouipnuiou.
The I'siml Way. "How's
aske.lune of unother. to
limnuuo to keen tnv bund In." w.
A n! Afrltan Tribe Thit rouitit It. W7
In tit. !"e.
Tho Pre licit Congo country Is ftve
times tho site of 1'rance. It Is believed
that it contains eight million people,
nnd more than half of them aro I'a
houlns, as I)e llraztti calls them, or
rnns, as l)u Chalttti made the en known.
Thoso who know them best sny their
namo U properly Tangs. They are by
far tho most remarkable pooplo in West
The Fangs lord It over orcry people
they moot Years ago they swooped
down upon the coast natives from the
Intorlor Just as thohordesoi barbarians
Invaded western Europe. They aro
nmong the greatest cannibals In existence.
One of the most careful studies
mnde of tho Fangs Is that of Rev. P.
Lcjcune, a missionary, who has lived
among them for soma years. In most
books and records they are referred to
ns the Pahoulns. This, however, la the
name applied to thorn by their enemies,
Tho word l'ahouln Is synonymous with
snvago or thief, and Is perhaps a fitting
designation of tho race of cannibals
who Invaded nil the valleys of Ifto Go-boon
Tho ulnjrle trlbo of the Petal Fangs,
according to Do Ilraiza, numbers over
3,000,000 souls. Their most Important
villages are from thrcs to ten miles
back from the rivers. Father Lejeune
estlmatss that along the Ogowe river
from I.ambareno to NMtoIo there ar
200,000 Fangs. Hut nil the rivers form-lag
n network through the country are
In tho possession of this race. They aro
divided Into three principal tribes,
whose dialects differ widely from one
unother. It Is easy to see, however,
that their language, came not long ago
from a common source and that the
emigration of large bodies of the great
tribe produced marked dialectic differences.
There are very few whites who know
anything of their language. Tho dlOl
culty of Its construction, the Indistinctness
with which It Is pronounced, th
nasal tone in which the words are
uttered, and the excessive swiftness of
speech of the Fanirs have discouraged
most white men who have tried to master
tho language. A small dictionary
of their tongue, however, has been
mado by Father Lejeune. He says he
found tho task very dlulcult, and frequently
ho was on tho point of abandoning
It In despair. He could find no
Interpreter among them who could
translate their speech to hU own- The
Fangs would not take him seriously,
and gave him much misinformation.
Finally ho found some Kang children
who had taken service In whlta factories
along tho Ogowo nnd hud lo.irnrd the
Mpongue language The priest obtained
n largo vocubuUiy from these
The adult Fangs decline to learn 'any
other language. If they engage In trad
thoy speak Fang. If they bavo any controversy
with another tribe they
will discuss the merits of the case
o'nly in the Fang tongue. It Is absolutely
necessary for missionaries and
merchants and eron other negro tribes,
If they are to makeheadway and get on
with the Fangs, to learn their language.
Tho commerce of Gaboon Is In their
hands. They alone aupply ivonr to
whlto traders. If a merchant under
stands their language business ! speedily
transacted. If ho talks through an
Interpreter it sometimes takes days to
complete a sale.
The Fangs havo n saying that "The
Fang Is he who kills the elephant; the
white man la an elephant;" which Is
their way of saying that the white saan
Is rather stupid. This expresses their
opinion of many of the traders and missionaries
they meet, A German trader
living at T.ambarene, on the Ogowa
river, some years ago began to tudy
the Fang language. Now nearly all the
Fang rubber and ivory dealers flock to
him, and ho controls the larger part of
tho trade, to the great disadvantage of
merchants who havo not his attainments.
Other tribes try to conceal the fact
that they are cannibals. The Fangs
aro proud of It If ono asks them why
thoy hare left the land of their fathers
and Invaded this region near the sea,
they simply reply: "We catne here to
eat" Yet they bellere In a Qod who
governs all things. They belUve that
thieves ami assassins are punished In
eternal fire. Thoy have made some
progress In tho forging of Iron, but axe
not nearly so advanced In their art as
many less active, Acute and powerful
tribes. Thoy are constantly engaged
In war with neighboring villages of
their own people or with tho tribes
among whom they have intruded. They
are satisfied with nothing else than
eomplete mastery .of the soil. They
eat their prisoners, men who are killed
In battle, unfortunates whom they
caicn straggling in tno woods and boatmen
of tribes with whom they are at
Hut the most of tho soldiers now em
ployed br the French government In
their Congo possessions are Fangs.
They have proved themselves brave
and easily disciplined The government
is enlisting a large number of them to
man the various stations. They form
tho most of tho escort of every French
exploring party, Quite a number of
them were killed In the unfortunate
Crampel expedition. Cannibals themselves,
they wero eaten by the oaaat
bals who killed the French officer,
Musy, on tho MobangL They fought
bravely In France's recent war
the Amazons of Dahomey, Father
believes the Fangs are capable of
civilization, and that they will be found
most useful allies of the French In
west Africa. Several hundred Fang
children are now learning Frenoh In
tho missionary schools. N, Y. Bun.
Decorative Inita of the Eagle.
In California, whero these birds find
an Inexhaustible supply of food In the
of the pa!n a curious
sommentary on tho story of the death
of ilschylus, caused by a tortoise 1st
fall by an eagle they are not onlr
common butexccedlngly tame, building
their nests near roads and houses. One
nest was found In a small, lire-oak,
noar a road, only thirty feet from the
ground, built of sticks of the poison-oak
and sage-brush. An old nest was close
by. Another eagle had decorated Its
nest with a largo way of
ornament; and the next year the same
bird built close by, and also procured n
"soap-root" to place on the aide of Its
nest, which showed somo Individuality
In tasto. A third eagle had a fanoy for
sacks, and after Its old nest, which con.
tallied a corn sack, had been blown out
by a storm, It built a fresh one close by
and In this was found another rnd a
new sack. The eagles seem to be, at
any rate in tome parts of California, al
most as common as mo Kite was in En-
aland and to .have thesnmo rropensltr
for carrying to their nests any object
,Ti,n.i4 aini)c uicui aauruainentoior in
"Hid 1 have n good time on my ,
vacation?" echoed Fogg, "Of court I
did. To bo sue, I nearly starved to
death, tried to sleep In a bod which it
would bo (lattery to cull a racki but
what of that? I gut my name in th
paper, I won't deny that they spoiled
my name wrung and guve me brand-now'
Initial.! but then, you can't expect
have everything perfect In this
School and ohurcm. '
The annual receipt of the Method
1st board of church extension have averaged
5203,010,61 during tho last four
Tho six New Kngland Methodist
Episcopal conferences hnve a total
membership of 101,103. showing an In.
ertase during the pastyear of less than
t per ocuL Two of these conferences
how a decrease. Christian at Work.
It seems strange that nnv Americas
girls should be oducated at VUnnsj but
such Is tho case. Several daughters of
Columbia havo been "finished" at the
Institute Blmouson, located In
Most of them were New Yorkers.
Illsbop Phillip, llrnoks has
approved of Sunday evening religious
services at tho Oram! opera house,
a feature of which Is a good orchestra
and a chorus to attract people who
are not in the habit of going to church.
A course of domestic economy was
,offcrcd to the WellcsUy senior, as an
'elective Study, and proved most popular
and valuable, evldenelnir th ten
dency of trie tlmos for practical Industrial
education. Students of this
course are trained In tho application ef
the most advanced theories of
and bom. -making to tho inevi
table probUms of woman's
home and social life.
The Salvntlon army Is only thlrUsn
years old, and owes Its origin to a peculiar
and trivial circumstance. Oen.
llooth, then a humble mission worker
In a mining dlstrlut of Yorkshire, bjlng
attracted by tho Interoat of the peopl
In the impending war,
issued a declaration of war of another
sort, posted two thousand copies about
the town, nnd so Interested the people
In his unusual method that a great revival
followed, and tho general quickly
appropriated the idea of n salvntlon
army with well-known success.
Dr. Ignas Hoppe, of the university
of llasle, Hwltzerlnnd, died a short time
ago, leaving a large fortune. One of
the bequests was that of fJOO.OOO providing
for tho investigation of the nature
of the toul. The Interest of the
money gees toward laying the salaries
of a certain number of scholars, who
aro to llvo in a house provided for them
and study and reflect on tho subject
From time to time the results of their
Investigations aro to bo published.
Thoso who undertake the work may be
either Catholics er Protestants, but
must be Christians. They must live
frugally, and devote their whole time
to the consideration of the problem.
The acquisition made by the pop
of the archive, of the Ilorghe.e family
for 250,000 franc. U of 'historic Importance.
Th codlce. of th VaUsass
arohlvea date from the time of Six-
lus IV., or very little earlier, for the
library of Honlface Vllf. was destroyed
by fire, and the collection msaV
by the popes at Avignon was lost. It
Is precisely this missing period whleh
is now filled by 400 codices containing
the history of the papacy during the
Avignon period that has bests found la
the ltorghese archives. It will be arranged
In the Vatican library by Father
Cozza, who ha. lately gained distinction
by his publication of the Vatican
lilblo of the fourth century.
Among the curiosities In the Borgbese
archives Is a letter in the Chinese character,
Inclosed In a cover addressed to
H.nslble mothers keep tbetr cnliaren
in high-necked wool shirts until the
middle of June. Luxuriously reared
children often wear undershirts of pure
silk. The garment put on a child next
.to its shirt after It la four years old Is
generally a corded waist strapped over
the shoulder, and on which Its stocking-suspenders
and all Its clothing fastens.
This waist should be loose and comfortable
In order to Insure perfect freedom
of movement for the child. White
flannel skirts are quite plain or quit
elaborate, according to the fancy of thst
mother. Knit underskirt, of white
wool are quite popular for children,
and may be bought at low prices.
White muslin skirt, are Unlshed with a
simple elu.ter of quarter-Inch tucks
and a hem for children, and occasionally
with a border of embroidery. Old
vueipnne 1. a giot thing, but It may
be overdone, la which cavj the result
Is formalism, and a formalist Is the
mest uninteresting of human beings to
natural, unattested men and women.
Your rigid disciplinarians are apt to
commit sad mistakes, especially as re
gards children. They Insist anon making
bays and gVU what Jfeaven never
loUnded ihm to be precisians. 11
a.tur children are nelsy, rollicking,
Impulsive eruaturea, and it I blind
eru.lly to put their, minds and limb
Into strait-jackets. Let them romp
"K their nature le." To discipline
their natural impulses oat oi them Is U
uotcra!l the kind purposes of the
Creator.' Nobody attempts to Interfero
Witts the skipping of lambs. Why
should sb ysuag of human .peeles be
satssbed foh being equatly fMllcaomor
N. T. Ledger.
, Chines gold miners In California da
not talk at their work, as they consider
it unlucky, and for tlie tame reason
they do not Ilk to be addressed by visitor.
At Book Springs, Wya, the
Chinese miners In th coal mines
It vary unlucky to speak before
0 It is said to have post tho Englishman
who bought ten buffaloes from
"Buffalo Jones," of Kansas, 1.9,000 to
purchase and get thorn across 'th Atlantic.
They .were bred la Manitoba.
Their new home is the park of Hager-ion
cattle, in Northumberland. Hut
think of tho price when millions wers
butchered (or fun twenty. Are y ears suro
If yo bit sua toa'yeur Mad to say
Hoot's BuMparlila 4 not, b laiseta to tat
anr eiasr. oarsspaniia js a peculiar
tnedliln., poiitttio(, ly Virtu c It pseollar
comblnillcoprotiertloB, u rtparattaav
curatir powtr tup.rlar to say ether artui.
X Boston taajy who katw srhsl -a wanted,
aid woote tianpl 1. worthy lsrIUtlon,tll
her csBetiine fctltwi
" In ca ttor I weal to buy Heed's
EtmpaxUU the l.r. tried t laaac sat bay
Ibslresrauuttaeof Heod't; httaliineUelr'
would lut losxeri that I talxht Uk II en tea
dtjt' trial) MM If f did set lit. It t need not
pay anjrihlni, ets. Sat be cetdd no) swan
on at to chute, I told hlra f knew what'
Mood's Itouparilla was. I hid taken It, WM
satUfltd with It, aas did iwt want any otatr.
'When I beput takUk'ffood's8srtaptrHu
I wu ftellDg real 'tolierable, suKeiiflg
a psat deal with flripiwla; and so Wttk
that si timet. I oela hardly stand. I looked,
asd had for torn time, tike a ptrton la cor
sumption. Hood's Bamparlllt did tna to
truth good thai I wonder at, jnitelf sosattlntts,
Mdaj friends fi.juuUrtptk of It." Uslm,
XttXA A, U0IT. It yHtac Strttt, Boston.
fot pMttjtnr ,.
ftSHLHJl wi w
nil rue nn) dun uftiun.in.iibM.uk
r?4? WRTHEMSTM YEARS.
OLDS f Oft mi (VERY WHERE
flMM. Wfth.il fend lM41tftW. MtN
lure Uinwalbtn.me, -Kb. SOe.l
l ,.... -,--
S CkelM r.era.lami, .cb Ule.l m 1.00
RihI IVira Hf1.ll.. VufM, tiftck.il &.
4av tie. el new . mbecrlbef can
WsrUi frota u Ulere Mtf lit.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, I892.S
ivnn iatrmtfd in I Lnll, tlo - tra
ctau, which mtjU deducted rrom hrtl order,
A ! ef 40-l. Oal I'llKK lth lirt order -hen detlrej.
aVEit USE VeJflkTiLEa.
SI er M.tl.S ea
jseeei.i r rnee.
VYINKELMANH A BROWN
Drug Co. Baltimore, I d.MNH
Tie Ureal Orraea
lleeU belli re wiu
- di bib rial
'erine of fcf.drta. rrlebe bete teres. !
I la a Hod's Mf.ilae Cfl O reeaVUd, I lea."-
m u iu. SoUJ et.. inreeenajs
d aelrk . For ..le ST dmarl.t., er l,e "..tl tS eenlft
f a a. a.a.ja a i
IIIMMt Illliw HEADACHE
Tinrmomaier below Freezing
tttt i fcrt ittxm tI c..iaij tvtft hci nti.wt im
ftc likt tboaiand ocedUk Wind (ony mtttt in
bof. Ye Uf i-tin coaV1al miim! HKh i
pMurtf No, b eo.IJu't, nrwy )ji ibt r"r
clathiaf. And thcrt enlj; m ou&t tlut tin
.Mp ft ruts txK warm tntl cry at uch a t.mr, iiJ
tlut it tht "Fh Xlrwi b.itlur. Tiity
furtatt?d tonn prist (, t A wind.
fsrot, liki(wto tSti, tm arntn ho ol
Iht wceVlW is ( InJsanrt. 'Xttar ir Nfit, Ul
winn, Htititx ce I tSruVnje tSr ttt
npl iivl itc V.nocstt twirtfUatt "t4tU
roi mnflhh toiKst ti 1 t?i m M i. t
UlftrUitur t mi . tl :ittf itw
tuilom.f w , tul'
TrUeT it - '! I t s hf
rn an rtit tW " K . ? " JcUt ertd
wth"l " ' C9 IV 4V .MeO HlfttrUffdClf
a. J. ownrc, nooton, mib.
A rerrect Nueces. VII
Tb Iter. A. Aotoloe, ot lututfo, T.S., wtltc i
Attar a. I am U.lo to JuJt, I think I'aator
Koenlt Nerve Toirta Is a porfeot sttocess, for
aAyon. vbo .uD7err4 from a' rcbat painful
neraouinMS as I did. I totl Uk. loriolt ajatn
after tatlcg tb Tonic
A Mitssilay Nchuol Siipcrlulcmlent
accatrriur, HortbeaUr Co., Kid.. March a, "JL
A .cholar ru lb II. E, Buudar acbool lot
tilch I ani hnpertatenJtut) I Snow era. ooui.
peUeJ to lUr al tioiue on aooouut ot tier all.
limit atal fur .bj tat luonlbs. but slue
mini I'aator Koenl.'t Nerve loiilo .be atteoda
reatalarlr. I tbtnt. the cure tb moat remark,
able I Kav ever mm or hot! uf, arul this
Nr;va Toole deeerves tli hlglie.i Hcouilirat. II
bavs ni fulleat endoraauienv
JOHN A. KKKBK, J1L
-A TaJaaMo Xtewtt sea
FREE Dleeft.ee Met free t aaradaree.
aad poor pueau caa alea
thl. medicine n uf .harue.
SSila eemftdebaa haefl nrenared brLhe Itee.renit
Koeoli. ot fort Warns, lad. aloe UT6. anil
Caaior prepared uoil.r his dlreeUoo br lb
KOCNIQ MED. CO.. Chicago, III.
VviraSIe.oi.73. 0 Itottleifor l.
In Louisvillo, Ky. ly lienz Allenry
2CA E. Markot St.
L A Ni Hi Be
Through Trunk Line
Olnolnnatl. Lexington, Lounvi
7ans7tuo, ai, louid,
XAabTllls, Memphlo, Mont
modus, ana .now orioano,
AND SrEEll DNRirALED.
Shortest & Quickest Rout
SMFrom St. Louis, Evansville anil
SOUTHEAST k 8OOT1
From above oititxi to Nnsb,
ville and Citattanoogn,
iror Auaum, Miunniiiut
villo and Points
Connectious are mode at Guthrie and
Nashvli'o for all polnta
North, East, South and vyst.
In Pullman l'alaco Cars,
EMIGRAN rs ak!K .Srs
this road will rocolvo unoelal low ratee Ar
Bm ot this company for rates At
tVa, or writo to
IroutM aP,ATMOBB,0.r.AT.A LouIstIUo,
.18. fl.pit.H Pft n,ftnn.r." r.K.t
for AOC. rouu "jtm.rittn tVender." per lb., J.. :
rnHM. our Mala, Unk elmoat
man r m
r.nir. Hi lift choice, nukel
nare Tica. onejtariro, .rnmin
, . .... .. .. . .. j
UM wmer liys I ci.nu. nnu
v. ; IH"I, mown nan cue, inteoujua
Cotton Belt Route,
St. Louis, Arkansas
i auu ifiXHs n v.
TIIK fist UNklll
Arkansas and Texa
Two Daily Trains
Xo Chnngo of Cnr to
PINK P1.UFP.TBXARKANA. BT
Or ImoruietliHtu Point.
Avoiding I long and eiisaereesal
omuibas transfer nl Mmi his.
ELEGANT DAY COAOWBS,
Poll-an I1UFFET SLEEPEU8,
UEGLININO CHAIK CAM
S 0 warn, H. W. Mo.tci,
8. K I'reeent'erAft. de.ei.l A.t,
KM I'll IS, TBNN
I). .MI.I.KIt. K.U, LinKAUKR.
tlen .TraMnM.n. lea, r.ia, Alt
W It. IIUIIimiliUK.aeri.raltttnarer.
it. liiila. Vo
Louisville and Memphis
PULLMAN HtifTet Sleopinp Car.
mo ,..d to
Louiavillo, Memphis, Vicksliurg Ba-.
tou Uougo, nud New Orleans,
via Motnpliis. ,
TMK Q H'K AND DKMRABLE ECHTfc
to tsa raoit
New a I'lillatlclphla, llalllraoie,
aablncton, Nortulk, Old relet Cwralolt,
ltlrliu.il 11. 1, lluITalo, (Jleielaaat.
KAsTKHN A.MD NUItTHEAiTBII.N rumn
lemjihla, Vlrkal.iint, llalni, l:nrr. Sew
Orrcatie, SluMlr. Utile Itmt. Mel Serial
ami point In WcllrnHe..ee,Teaa,
Alkaaaaf, illwleelppl, Ij.uI.U.i, aaa
rilK lOUTH ANI eOUTHWBSr
Tbelli.elelltnmuithlr eiiulpprd a 1. tral
.eerunilllloii. ami l.tolde. an atcelUSlev.
.nrCiHPUtln tlrae ami Ibronxb ear. A TtM
IRCIalhrtlmoamlconscnlenrt , ure St tt
tMltrt hiprea Tialn OH A NIOrfTS
'IDC Intntcn Ixiulsvtlle and Memplila, and Ik.
U,n.tiulf teat een lee belweea ike two ellle
fori, wtf.t lis lea, Tlipe Tallica, anil all it
arrci'HionnMion apply to o
WHEN YOU GO
lli Vourl'lroloxr.ph lladtal
.VclWyV. Walnut St.
'iMr Miraiilej'a TLeatre.)
l.dLlfMllh, . . n.
ruiuil ronis AVI Kill livi
Mississippi Valley Route
THE POPULAR LINE
MCKSHURO, llAJlin houiiie" '
NKYV nitr.Kivu -..,
Tmtnlst lijtiicHt ai.
Mil ririutiau hHirj
The niee .nil fnear
rianlatl..., tn ,
maaalie uf .r llou.ee and Reai e Be.fhiJ
",.'?n.1 ??. ' "Peelallr lsl"r.lisr"
rian to picaae mo obsettaa I pMar.
Iletween Mfinplils and
Pi"', "JP"? ' ,ume of ' aV.'C'k" Sen,.!
1 th T.t(.lealMlpp Dsltatfe.t
ferlll. aftleulinra Mellon if cooVlry yasMlS
laiirot 111a and tlexlco aiej
on sale all the vc.r round. 7J6
m crn Trtae ......, tH.lnta are n.l
a....(ll " " wl
-. uniii iju ,am
M.(n IBctnt Pnllra.il Jiuirei Nlecplnr Lai. H
llclttccn f Inrlnnatl, Iu'arllfeiart
niwiuui wnaDre, tt
for Time Tahlea. lien v.1.1... .
' r -".
Oea'ITrav. l'taa'r Act..
K. W. HOW. n niuivei
Tratls Maaigsr, 0, a.jM.rA
Meaiphli.Tenv. '. "
O. V. TIME TABLE.
Takes street XovemkerlOlb, lltt,
I.r, Kransrllle.,, .,,,,,
Arjienoerson , loiM.ia
irt'oiydon .... .. ,, llsttam tittpt.
ArMo.gtnaeld ,, , ll.'Usm imiin
Ar Dohoren .,. , ..... HlMpa. Will pat
AiJSiuisls., ,. .. IMIptn ISiMpni
Ar tla.lon. .,,, llMpw lilKP
Arl'llRCOIoo.. ,,,,,, ,, ,. lipu ll:MM
Ho. II. f.Mas
f.v rrlneeton ., t:Mae VtlOpm
Ar Us. Ion , - m a vi . w ea
.1-8 in. a . S:ftJar TiMbas
Arl'eKoten . ..tiltaie Ullpsa
ArMoiiranllelJ , r:S0ra ':llpm
ArCo.Uld , S:MW
lleii'b son.,. , SiltSUl teSpta.
Kva.isvllle. .1 TtM St WUOpm