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TO THE PUBLIC!
It having been reported that I
was to leave tho city, I bog leave
to inform my friends that I intend
to remain in Ilopkinsviile, at my
old stand, No. 9 Main street,
While I take pleasure in announcing
"the above fact, would state
that I have as usual prepared for
the Tall Season with a fujl lino of
"Tall and Winter Goods, all of
which aro offered at prices to suit
every purchaser. Call and bo convinced
of the fact that I mean to
DO NOT BE DECEIVED!
BUY ONLY THE BEST
The Gelebf ated
IS SUPERIOR TO 0LL OTHER BRANDS OP JHEHTS.
Conrad, Provision Co.,
D. M. QUAHLES, Jn. M. D. KEATTS
QUARLES & KEATTS,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELERS
Main Stredt, opposllo Ilotol, CADIZ, KY.
Have constantly on hand, a full lino ofthocolobraled Elgin, Ilninpdca, and
Wnltlinm wntcbos. Solid gold and gold filled watch casos in both ladies
and Oont's Bizos. A choico variety of tho latest novelty lu Laco Pins,
Plain, and Set Bings, and jewolry of all kiudi. Our olegatit Htock of
Standard Silverware, and Table Cultorjr comprises articles suitable for bridal
' and holiday presents. Call and soo thorn. Plain and artistic engraving
neatly executed. Wo make no extra chargo for ongravipg articles sold. Spec-al
attoDtiou given to all kinds of repairing. Respectfully,
QUARLES & KEATTS.
H. J. HURT, PROPRIETOR.
RATES: $1.50 to $2.00 PER DA V.
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS.
I Squares abot o J. M. A I. and L. E. 4, St.
J Squares below Union Depot.
Cars pats the Door ErtrrFWaMtnuKfor ill
COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS.
H0PK1NSVILLE, - - - - . KENTUCKY
JOVOood Kljfi with or without driven, furnlhcidar or nlplit. Special rate, to Coinroerr'a
an s.eule (ire proof and oonimod'ou.; nooU lot room adjoining N
llLAI'IKS, Sl'lXIAI, ATTENTION UIVKX TO
iir.. (...,i. ..,. ,r.
MU bUIUiail Illt.lU ;UU IW UAHIII..IW ', . wvu..
oixiii.a ucioiopiBoiug youronior.
Money Saved s Money Made
8av to 80 cent. On every dollar you .jxnd
w.iia fn.npiitiintnr.ih Ctalotiua. a UOO.n&rfl
boosicontalnlnglliuttratlun. and Kiting lowe.l
&lMunl,ot exety kndot good ny uPijlloa
AWM.Ue. iuocoiiei, l!ouelio!d tJooUfc
Clotliiny, Ufllw' M flcnU' Cfcilfalnr ti..
u !t...... . r J...I. ,iM lliuuti If. I ami fllltA
r urni.iiiiiK ..win, ' uw.n. ... "" ,--.
Hoot. and Bones, Uloe. Notion., Ulauwarc,
SlalUinery, Watclie. Clock.. Joclry,
Ilukxli'. W Win. AKiicullural Iinple.
Sent., tl" oVfl.V WllsT CLASS UOOI3,
Cataloiue sent en tetelpt ol M cent. Joi ex.
vrwaiie. Woaiethoonlyioncern wliaKilUat
mtuuf.cturcr.'inlcc allowing tho bujer the
time dlicount tiiot the manutaoturer Klc. to
.a .!..... !... Wm uiiiii an I Ail all tiMuU
UJfl WHU. (( UUIl -.. -"--
Mreiirewuwdj u ot fouiiU o,. inonajr PetawU
;.!! .K.rnnaf,tn lutfnr.1t lltivllin.
1,tm" "' A.Tf aiI.Ji "co..
411 Qulner Street, Chlc.ja, ill.
WE WILL PAY
A itlary of to IM per week to 0'J
acenta to leprewnt u. In eTeryeountr and acll
oiirgeneralllno o? altrtliamllMinon''
urer.' price. Only llioo who want teady
tuployiuent need apply. Catalogue and par.
Mculaj . .et on receipt e-l ' JS,rrPirM"
Mdrew Sewqenti M.D.,
L. Depot. LOUISVILLE, KY.
Ch&s. 5. Xt&y&e,
Livery, Feed And Sale
iur. iiAiiinu muu
Our Suit, aro cut and mado by the
most modoru styles, and with an oyo
to plcaeo tho most fastidious, and lull
the most subdued.
..,!., ! Ki'invr: wn RTTxranrit
Junius C. McDavitt,
Ollit'oovor KeIloj',H Storo,
H. M. BOLLINGER.
Attorney At Law,
OHico rear Court House,
UOPKJNSV1LLE, - KY.
Spoclnl attention Klvon to tho
uon oi cmima.
Allensworih t Clarke,
ATTOItNBYS AT LAW.
Onico wost sldo Court Square.
ftnt'rejjrnow.and "ri ;llj'l M
Plt' .lMA.lt ..rkfilutlAlt I LI
Tho nmouut tho Lemon Chomlcnl
Co. nroDOBos to iar nnronn ivho will
proTO that any ono of tho toitlmonlnls
concerning tho woadorltil oiiecw oi
liomon Chill Tonlo, nro not gonuino.
Any ono can wrilo flattering artlelea
and aicn fictitious namon, but "Lemon
Chill Tonio" atauda al tho head as n
Ulood Purilicr, a genoral tonio ana
itDDotfior.. Lemon Chill Tonio Is as
pleasant as lomonado and as largo as
tho regular dollar siro. Ask for Lemon
Chill Tonic and Insist on getting
wlint you ask for. T.nko no substiiuto
but get.fi bottle, and you will thank
this papor for draniag your attention
to its merits. Priea DOo. For Fftlo
Bnd guoranlood by It. O. Hardwick,
Ilopkinsrllle, and JIneon & Wills,
rvi rnr i-i rr r ?
2 Cvrt.yk To Young
Makes Child Blrih Easy,
: snortens iaoor,
I do'jed by theXeaJing Physlcbnt.
i DRKDFIELD REGULATOR CO.
i ATLANTA, QA.
5 sold nv m.u druogists. 2
l..M. . 'OMHMIMIIHWl
LOCAL HETAIL MARKET REPORT
Corrected Weekly by He Km, tb. Uroeer.
Mlect package lte Com-
llisaxlirrn. tootl Set drr .alt. aood (ctilry
fllnta, rood let beetln. tec(0r,
1'odltbt Choice old hen. I1.V0: iprlogen
per doien. largal 00! old turkeT". lire to ixr
lb; dreuedBoigccie, lull feathered, per dozen,
UiactLLAHioiA nee.waxperlb. lie; Tal
low per id ac; 21.U pnoiawr. fuciM. ,
DriidFbcit Apple., bright tcteraporated
iee;i'eaciiea, peaien iuo; unpeaieuKi.
Corrcc Oreen ltlo,cliolceUai ordinary HH
n;c; Itoatted coffee Arbuckle 25c I Uoldeu
BC04K 3ranulaleilHej powd'red andcabe.
eel cut loaf Uc: extra (J. 5: yelln,r 4)to
Bioi Head rice per lb. loo ,
1'otitoxs Choice Michigan bulk, per bn.tiel
(Kin, x &any iiom .i.vu.
i'rulli anil 2f nil,
ArrLia Selected, I5.CO per band.
fm . wn. VlnHda. rP hnr hrlvht. 11.00.
Lxnoxs Meiilna,ftneyjlte, S6operbox,tJ.M
KLOra Patent II 15: 8tantl.nl tl Ti.
l'ROTIllokS IUmi ter lb. 12$c for country,
and Ko for.ngarcnicd; IireaVfait bacon, liyid
ik. unoiee leai iaru. ycr to. jun.
WHEN YOU, GO
Hare Tour Photograph Made at
No. 327 W. Walnut St.
LOUISVILLE. - Ki.
riciBKn corm 111 iih m
GRAY& PAGE, PROP'S.
Jt. NINTH ST..NEAn MAIN.
SHAVING 10 SHAMPOOING
25 HAIR CUTTING
rlototng but work and aU done la
late.t faiblon. mil.f Jetton guaranteed,
John B. Catleman. A O. Langham
(bib k Cast' em an,
MANAGERS OK Till!
AGENTS TiiROcauoDT The NORTH
The large Bt business
in Louisville. The
largest in Kentuokv.
Trie largest business
in the South,
Hoplclmvlllo Agents, 4
Aonimea on thm om rnm
To lotrodace a .or!., of T.lnabla
dUCAtlOD.I WOfkl th. .tHIT IMilaa
1U b. i.at to all applicant. I
,.,, slAMta P Powmu. ruautHtit,
AMOS IV. HARRIS,
Membcroud Director Inrtwlne Ilreeden'
and llieoderof ltcgl.tcred
Union County, Ky.
Nothing but Stock ablpped, and all
Guaranteed a.repteMnted. "
Dreedlngllegulate'lKi that I'lgl can be .up.
plied Nearly any month In tbe year. I'rlcca
According to Age and 8ex.
I'o.toClee Adilrr.t, JLOVJlfiOY, VuUn
airoaotl National Hank, MorganSeld
Dank of Untontown and County oa.lal.
soir 11 Qcurm. BIKTlIICiUtr,
FOR 20 YEARS
Hns lod nil Worm Remodles.
EVEHY DOniE GUARANTEED.
Tntmtr !. CO,, IT.IOCIJ.
Thoro Is no uso ot BtilTerlnp with
tho cholora when Clininborllnn'n Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrliora Romody can
lxi Drocilnxli It will criro rollof in n few
minuton nod euro in a short tlmn. I
have tried it and known. W. II. Clinton,
Ilolmolla, N. J , Tho opltlomic al
Ilolmotta was at first boliuTcd to bo
cholera, but submumt Investigation
proved it to lxi a violent form of tlya
ontnry, almost aa tlangorous as cholera.
This turned r waa usod with groat
BticcoM. For salo by Dlakouioro &
Q I nl. I. l rt t ti. I. llAA M I..IM
Jiuvniiuiui, vol., 10 iu iioiu 1U15U
A rcDortcd outbreak o( cholora at
Ilolmclta, N. J., creutod much oxclto
montin tbat vicinity. Invosligatlon
allowed that tho disoaso was not cholera
but a violent dysentery which is
almost as sovero and dangorous as
cholera. Mr. Walter Wlllard, a
Firominont merchant of Jamcburg,
tvo miles from Holmotta, says Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholora aud Diarrhoea
Komody haa given great satisfaction
in the most novoro rasoa of dysentery.
It Is certainly ono of the boat tilings
over raado." For eale by Blakomoro &
It takes upmIv flvo vents to tan an
Chamborlain'a Eyo and Rlrtn
A certain euro for Chronlo Son Eye j,
Tetter, Bait Rbonm, Scald Ilead, Old
Chronlo Soros, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Fralrlo Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Flics. It Is cooling and soothing.
I Ila&droda of cases have been cared by
It aitor ait otliar treatment bad lailoa.
It Is put np In S3 and CO cent boxes.
For salo byLcavoll Si Wood.
Tho best Bilk hats In tho world are
made in the United Ktatos.
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it (rets beyond
the reach of medicine Tlioy say
often, "Oh, it will wear aw ay," but
In most cases it wears them away.
Could they bo Induced to try tho successful
medicine called Kemp's Balaam,
which is sold on a podtivc suatr
antco tocuio, they would Immediately
see tho excellent cflect after taking
tho first dose. 1'rlco 60c. and JI.OU
Trial bottlo free. At all druggists.
Switzerland is erecting what is ro
poneu UJ uu its unit augur iirciuijr.
The Homeliest Man In
Honkliisvllle. as well as the handiom
ott, aud others arc invited to call on
any druggists and get a free trial
of Kemp's BaUam, for tho throat
and lungs, a remedy that sells entirely
upon Its merits aud is gutrautccd to
relievo and cuio all chruuic and acute
coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption.
Largo bottles COc. aud $1
Iowa ranges fifth among tho states
of too Union in railway mileage.
I'ow to Curo a Cold.
Simply talo Olto's Cure. AW
know of Its astonishing cure) and
lhat it will stop a coirgh quicker than
any known roincilj.
If jou have .Asthma, Bronchi Is,
Consumption or any of the
throat ami lungs, a few doses of this
great guaranteed icmcuy win sur
If you wish to try call al our store,
on South Main and wo will bo
pleased to furnish you a bottlo free of
COSL ami uiai will provoouraeocrnou
R. C. Hardwick.
An irrigation canal in Utah and
Idaho wilt irrigate aoo.UUU acres oi
Many thousand people have found
a friend in Aunt Fame's Health Re
Tf toil have never used this trrcat
epcclllo for tho pieralllng malady of
.1 . i. ....!.. r i..v. .,.., ..i.;t...
Rheumatism, Costlvcness, Nervous
Exhaustion. Nervous Prostration,
Sleeplessness and all dlsuasos arising
from derangement of tno stomach,
liver and kidneys, we would be
pleased to glvo iou a package of this
great nerve tonic free of chargo.
it i,. uaruwicK.
An Ico yacht has been known to
travol u mile in ono miuuto and ten
Be Your Own Doctor.
It won't cost ycu half as much. Do
postage, and no will send you Dr.
Kaufmanu's grout work, fine colored
plates, from life, on disease, its causes
and homo cure. Addroae A.P.Ordway
& Co , Boston, Moss.
Tho nino treo is said to attain an
ago of from five huudred to seven
is beautiful with n bad skin covered
with pimples, frxukles, moth or tan.
I havtt Iiecu asked many timoi uhat
will lemovothesouuBi'ghtly blemishes.
No faco paiuta tir powders nill o
movo thorn, as they itro caused by Impure
blood. Tho only suro remedy I
have over aeon Is .Sulphur Bitters,
and In huudredn ot casos I have nev
er known them to fail, Editress
Suggestion for a Summer Trip,
If vou nlsh to take tho trip of a
lifetime, purchaso the low rate excur
sion tickets sold by all the principle
lines in tbe United btates and
via the Northern I'acifio Railroad
to YellowBtono National Park, Pacific
Coast and Alaska.
Tho trio Is mado with tho hlcbest
degree ot comfort in tho olegaut
trains of the Nor thorn PuciQo
Railroad, which carry diuing cars
and luxurious Pullman sleeulug cars
from Chicane St Paul and
olia to Montana and tho Pacific- coast,
without change, and special Pullman
Bloopers from St. Puul and Minneapolis
to Yellowstone Park.
Tho sconerv en route is tho most
magnificent to bo found in the seven
ututvo through which tho road passos,
Bttautlful mountains, rivors, valloys,
nkes and plaius follow ouch othor lu
lanld Huecobaion to delight the tourist,
who will also find iutorest lu the
ioL'iiculturnl, miuiuir, lumbering, in
dustrial and other Interests associated
with tho development of the great
Tho crowiiluir irlory of tho trip
thtough the Northwest, however, is
the viait to Yollovtstouu Park, the
land ot hot springs, got sere and gor
geous canons, aud to Alaska with 'its
endless ocean chaunelx, snowcapped
peaks, Indian Ullages aud giant
If vou wish to luvostlirato this sug
gestion further Bend to Chariot S.
Foo, General Pasrwnger Agout, N, V.
R. R.. St. Paul, Minn., for copies of
tho handsomely illustrated "Wonderland"
book, Yellow Stono Fork and
It is not unusual for colds ooutraoiod
In tho fall to hang on all winter. In
altfli nnnna tt nlimntn litvin.
chilis aro almost nuro to result. A
mty cent boltlo or Ubamborlaln a
CouSh Rometly will euro any cold. Can
vnu nfTnril In tUlr on miw.ti fn. t,n
nmall an omountt This romody is
lnienuwi oa)eciaiiy lor uau colds aDd
croup fcnd con afnavs bo tlepondotl
upon. For aalo by Blakomoro jii
A contrivanco for removing tho hair
te machinerv haa benu Invnnfnd liv
Invalids should rnmnnilmr tlmf il...
causoa of sick and norvnin hnarlnnlma
may bo promptly romovtHl by taking
Ayer'a Pills. Thoso Pills Boodilr
correct irregularities oi mo aiomacli,
liver, aud bonds, and are tho mildest
aud most reliable cathartic In uso.
Biting off tho thread when sowing
Is tho chtof causo of blood poisoning
The Lemon as a Medicine.
Where our Lomou Cblll Tonio haa
boon used It needs no advertising as
it does iU own talking, Ask your
neighbors If it has over disappointed
them either as a genoral tonio or for
chills? Many families keep n bottle
sotting on their table or sideboard
and ncvor think of being without it
aud whonover and of tho childrou's
appetite is poor cr thoy look or fool
bad a doso of Lemon Chill Tonic oach
morning brings them all right.
For boIo and guaranteed by R. C.
Hardtvick. Ilopkinsviile, and Mason
& Wilis, New stead, Ky,
It is estimated that there is a daily
display of tfi.OOO.OOO worth ot dia
monds at Saratoga.
Lowisport. Ky., Oct. 15, 1890.
Lemon Chemical Co., Paducah, Ky,
Messrs. Robinson, Pettett .t Co.,
Louisvillo, Ky., Botno timo ago, one
caso of your Lemon Chill Tonic, and
wo take pleasure iu Baying it is tho
best chill touio we ever handled. Tno
of our prominent physicians proscribe
it, and we cat) cheerfully rocommoud
it. yotira truly.
J. W. PATrEKSON & SON,
Jordao, Ky.,SopU 14,1800.
Lomon Chemical Co., Jacksonville,
The gross of chill tonlo bought of
you baa givon tho very beat of satisfaction,
and have novor had a bottle
brought back. It's a "sure shot" in
ALEXANDER & T1TTSWORTH.
For salo nnd guaranteed by R. C.
Hardwick, Hopkinsvillc, aud Mason
& Wills, Newslead, Kv.
Itlch and I'oor l!ou.holdi Allk. Censurable
for lAek or Keonotny.
Economy U simply tho nroldntico ot
Itll waste, and economical
mean th endeavor to obtain far
the whole household tho utmost
amount ot health, comfort and enjoyment
of Ufa In thlnaenae It Is surely
tho duty of erery mlatrru of a
from the lihrhrat tn the lowest,
to bo economical. Much haa boon
written and apqlteq about the
the nooroatolaasos a reproach
which h unfortunately only too
well deserrod, but is equally
deaerred by mo.it well-to-do households.
To take only tho Item
of food; how much la often wasted
In tho preparation of a single dish which
forma but a part ot ono of the couraea
of a dinner. The plea that It can bo
well afforded Is no justification for
The two chief article of food which
are wasted are bread and fat. Few of
oiir cwUs reco(fiilzo t!u yn'nn qf either
of Miese. nltlioujfh U- IVpneh eooka
know the value of th fortner under IU
moat Impoalni; name of ehinaluro. In
plain English, this Is atll lireud dried.
In the oyen and brn'tn dirrn. or nearly
putrerUod, by rolled with a
heary stone bottlo; not on any account
with the rolling-pin that la nsed
for because) tlJ harl cntsU
Indent the wooden and
even scratch" the marble ones.
And this. Is apt to mnltr the pastry
heavy. Thoae crumbs should lw naaorf
ed and kept In bottle, brown and SThlto
bread separately, and coarse and fine
crumbs also separately, and they are
then ready for use when ncoded. Tho
preparation la nn easy matter when the
cook gets Into tho habit of collecting
all the clean bits of bread and putting
thern to dry in the oven orcr night, and
any lelsnro moment can lie spent In
pulverizing and aiding tho orumba.
They are used In many waya for fried
fish, for hams, for puddings. It Is a
vexation to prepare crumbs every tlroo
that they are needed, while, If bottles'
ot chapolure aro at hand, of various'
degrees of fineness, the dishes that require
crumbs can ba prepared at very
short notice. Economical Housekeeping,
How to lrernt Un.lelitly atnrke and
It Is very distressing to a neat house-keeper
to And her wall-paper defaced
by careless hand, or mora likely by I
caroluss heaila resting ajrnlnst It. Tho
wall In the hnmrdUto vicinity of tltu
lounge or of the dlv.tn Is quite often
defaced in thut way. To pruvent such
dtfaelng a clever designer haa suggested
a wall guard, to consist ot a little curtain
like a bash ourtsln, draped around
the wall about throe) feet above the
lounge. Such drapery tn a pretty,
delicately furnished room might be
Very pretty and m iJe yery effective,
A ohalr rail Of wood H a (food protect
lion la the dlulng'TOom against the
back of chairs, whloh are quite
likely to be rubbed np against
the wall and leave their
mark. This chair rati may be made a
graceful, ornamental part of the room
(li well as a useful ono. It Is usually
placed about as high on the wall as tha
top of the chair nnd Is a strip of wood,
varying In width from two tn five or U
Such an arragcinent as this divides
the lower part of the wall oil like; n
dado, and Is especially dcslrablo If the
celling la too high to look well. In bedrooms
a pretty little curtain of Swiss
muslin over silk or Btlcsla makes an
excellent wall protection In tho vicinity
ot tho waahstand, and many of the new
washstands aro furnished with tall
posts and a rod between them to hold
such curtains. In such a ease It Is not
neceaaary to have the inner lining of
silk or color, and It Is drslrnblo to
with this inner curtain, beonuso
it can not be washed nnd does not seem
as dainty or tamboured
muslin. N. Y, Tribune.
Mrs. Poterby, who haa heretofore
licon wry poor, but Just vumo Into
of tome money, went to Mom
iiuliaumburg'a emporium for the
of buying n silk dreas fur tho Unit
time Inker life.
,'I dlnka dot dla batern w 111 clioon't
suit you yen It vas not too heavy for
you. Dot vas very heavy .(luck," said j
"As far a the weight of the silk Is
concerned,'" said Mrs. I'eterly h
great dignity, "If It is too heiiJ aa
to carry you can send It to th In
k. ilolNer iK.niWr.t
PERSONAL AND LITERARY,
Ituth Kimball, who was an attractive
figure In the gallery at tho demo
emtio convention, and whoso report!
were brilliant and accurate, li tho only
woman that was ever admitted to Iht
press gallery In the senate.
The engagement ring given by the
Comto Lconlno to Mllo do Ilothschlld ll
composed of a superbly larga diamond
and ruby placed In a slanting position
on tho surface of tho circlet of gold
and two smaller diamonds are placed
Mrs. A. K. W. IlobcrUou, of Muscogee,
I. T., has completed the translation
of tho New Testament from the
original Greek Into the Orrek language.
Tho university of Ohio has conferred
Upon her tho degree ot Doctor of Philosophy
In recognition of her sclTolarly
Senator Quay has purchased what
Is known as the Matthew Stanley farm,
four miles north of Coatesvllle, l'a.
The aenntor passed his boyhood day
on this farm, being a nephew at
Stanley, after whom he wu
named. Tho farm contains ISO acres,
and the price paid was 110,000.
Queen Christiana of Spain, upon receiving
the announcement that the
thousandth baby had been named after
her husband, sent tho parents a boy's
wardrobe, silver baby service and a
handsome nest egg. with the message!
"To tho thousandth Alfonso, from a
woman whom to Alfonsos have made
Most ot Itjornstjerne Iljornson's
novels are written at his farm In Nor
way. Ho prefers doing literary work
there rather than In his handsome
homo In Paris. Ills study Is an enormous
room, simply furnished, and he
works so rapidly thit he will block out
the plot ot an entire novel In two or
Thackeray had a free pass over tho
Pcntnsular Sc Oriental Steamship Co,'s
lines. Carlyle genially observed that
pnny ferryboats In Scotland always
allowed a blind fiddler to cross for
nothing to nmuso tho passengers.
Thackeray nover liked Carlyle much for
that, anil Carlyle said that for bis part
he couldn't understand why.
Tho famous Althorpllbrary of Lord
Spencer Is to bo presented, with a col
lection of about $100,000 worth ef
modem books, to tho city of Manchester,
England, by Mrs. Rylands, the
widow of the millionaire member of
parliament, Peter Itylands, Mrs. Ily-
lands has bought a sits on which she
will build a suitable library for the
books. Her design is to perpetuate the
memory ot her husband In tho manner
he most desired.
One of Mr. mutter's last publle
acta was Joining tho Ttrotherhood of
Christian Unity. In doing this he
wrote the following Utter to the
founder of the society! "Theodore F.
Seward, New York. Dear Friend: For
years I have been desirous of a movement
for uniting all Christians with bo
other creed or pledge than a simple
recognition of Christ aa our leader. I
have rend thy nuuiiriei nrtlcWa on the
subject with hearty approval and sym
pathy. I am truly thy friend, John O.
What He Does "That follow uev'
er does anything, does he?" "tie does
time occasionally " ankea Illade.
Johnson "What aro you saving
your money for net winter a
Thompson "fo, last winter's."
N. Y. Herald.
"Parks "There gcM Dazxlar; isn't
he a pretty clone mouthed fellow?"
Starkv "Jnplter, yes, ho doesn't even
tell the truth often." Inter-Ocean.
"You haven't heard anything until
yon havo heard both side," aays a
writer. This may bo pretty logic, but
the big drum refutes It,
Shs "You any you think Mr.
was lorn luckv. Why. he'a been
Jilted by four girls!" Her Husband
"That's Gray A Co,'s
Johnny "I'm real alclc and ma
won't lot ma go to school.' Wall!
(with marked envy) "Wnlr did yon
And out wot slmtuins to haver"
'How did they like vou in
nsked one actor of another.
'Very much, Indeed, It appeared. It
was all I could do to Induce tho landlord
to let mo leave." Washington
"I should like to
feel that when I die I leave the world
better than I found It." J.ckson "My
dear fellow, I am qulta sure tho wsrld
will be better when you are gon "
nold Ills Own Then,
fb. 1d. 'm all .zaln.t tat, air,
And ntsth mt.fortan.. aft I vro.a.
lint b,n my alrl Is on my an...
Ota. than I fret I bold my own.
A Literary Itevolutlonlat "The
meter In tho poem Is lovely," explained
the poet "No doubt," replied the editor,
"but It Isn't metir, It's meat that
wo ire after In poema now," Detroit
Just borry yourself a blazer, and
the first thing you know you'll haTO a
fatdonabto shirt to match. How did
you get that loyoly striped hmiorny
Ily buttoning up my coat when It
Sho (alluding to a steam ahovell
"What la that tremendous thing on
that car, dear?" He (of Chicago, and
once jilted by a "future city bcllo,"j
"That's an spoon on Its way
to a St. Louis girt." Pittsburgh Hullo-tin.
First Reporter "Charley la what I
call a newspaper man. Ha
always represents things just as they
are." Second ditto "Hut he Isn't good
for anything when It comes to representing
things s they arc not." !lov
Smith and Jonn were having a
wordy argument on politics, when
Jones said: "The fools are not all dead
yet" "Tbat U an unnecessary assertion,"
said Smith. "Why ao?" "He-cause
you enjoy remarkably good
hlth yourself.''-. YsPra.
There's n Detroit dealer
who doesn't knw a Jolre trom a sermon.
A possible customer tame in to
see him about a two acre tract In the
suburbs last week.
"What are your best figures?" Inquired
"Twenty-five hundred dollars aa
acre," ho replied.
"Come off," exclaimed the buyer,
"that's away too high," 5
"On tho contrary, It Is dirt cheap,
slr dirt choap " and when the buyer
wouldn't tell him nhy'he smllnd he
looked hurt and didn't wuut to talk
any morn Detroit l'rc I'n...
Little IVto never Intends to misstate
things, but his very figurative Imagination
sometimes gets tlio better ot Ills
facta. He starts out to tell something
which la perfectly true, but lieforo ho
Isdono ho has generally drifted off Into
some picturesque exaggeration, The
other day he cxelalmod to companion;
"Just think, lllllyl Out In Chlcagp
they aren't going to be cruel to the
pigs any more whet) they kill them.
They're going to chloroform them."
"How do they do It?'' nakud Wily.
"Why, they Just put a sponge In front
cf tho pig's now and he goes right to
sleep, and when he cornea to himself
be aays: 'Why, my ham's gone)' And
by and by he say.- Somen
Anmoala diluted with water to
suit the delicacy ot the goods will restore
the color which has been taken
out of silks woolens, etc, by aold.
Use a camel's hair brush and touch the
spot only, laying a towel underneath
Iho silk while so doing. Detroit Free
"Polish your nails with yonr
jgers," says a manicure, "Tho friction
ot tha flesh and tho llttlo oil which
exudes from the pores gets up quickly
a healthy circulation beneath the nail,
making It rosy, and fingers Impart, lw
itdcN, n better actual polish than the
chamois rubber." li. Y, Times.
llrlstol Cakes: Ono and one-fourth
pounds of flour, ono pound of coarse
powdered sugar, one pound of nutter,
eight ounces of ground sweet almonds,
ten oggs. almond flavoring. Heat tho
sugar and butter to a cream, adding
the eggs two at a time while beating;
add the flavoring and beat In the almonds;
sift the flower and work lightly
In; fill Into small, oral-shaped
pans, dust the tops with sugar.
place a few pieces of chopped almonds
on each, bake on tins In a warm oven.
Rolls: Let one pint of milk como to
a boll; then add one tablespoonful ot
butter and one tablespoonful ot sugar:
cool and add one-halt cupful ot soft
yeast and Hour to make a soft sponge,
lei It rise several hours, or. If for break
fast, over night, then stir flour In un
til the dough Is ftrm;knead thoroughly)
let It rise again, cut out with a biscuit
cutter and fold half way over. When
light bake In a quick oven halt an
r hour. Watch carofully that they bako
evenly and are a golden uroivn. K, V.
Chow-Chow Quickly Made; Chop
fine equal quantities of and
tomatoes, with half as much onion nnd
ft few green peppers If obtainable.
Mix together well, adding, plenty of
salt and whlto pepper. Press tho
wholo Into Jsrs or wide-necked Imttles
and pour cold vinegar over. After two
or three days, drain well and scald
fresh vlnrirar In which la mixed a ta-
rblespoonful of mustard to each quart
When cold pour It over tho chow-chow
and cover closely. It will lie ready for
use In a few days. Orange Judd
In boiling any kind of fish salt
shonld be put In the water, and If salt
sea water can be had thoy are of even
better flavor. After the water has come
to a boll allow It to simmer and tako
the acum from the water aa fast as It
rises. Another way Is to soak the Ash
In Knit and water for five or ten minutes
before boiling. Ily this mothod
salt need not be put tn the water, and
there Is, consequently, not so much
scum en the water. The dab. should ba
aliout half covered by the wfcter, and
when It bolls cover with a lid and leave
It to simmer. It will be firmer and of
much better flavor than If It Is drowned
In water. Iloston Iludget
Chicken Fritters: Trim tttry bit
of meat from the rarcn&aes of a pair of
roasted ahlcVens that U, after you
have made one dinner from them; put
the bonra on with a Quart of cold water,
an onion and parsley and stew for an
hour and a half, when It should be re
duced to one pint Chop the meat fine,
wet with Ike gravy. If any, and
as much bread crumbs or cold
boiled rice, season to tasto and mix
with a beaten erg. If there win no
glblet gravy left from the day liefore
nse auy kind of stock or gravy, falling
any of there, cream or milk to moisten
the crumbs and meat Make a thin
batter with two eggs, n gill of milk and
prepared flour and having made up the
mlneo Into tiny halls, dip them In the
batter and fry In boiling dripping.
Pile them on a dish and pour around
them tho gravy made from the bones
which has been strained, thickened and
seasoned. American Agriculturist.
WILL BE WORN THIS AUTUMN.
SniMff Fiuart Coat, ami llatc That are II.-
ginning-1 ta Importeit.
A number of hats and
coats aro beginning to maka their ap
pearance In the shops. A hat, which
In its bloasomleaa condition Is suggestive
of coming autumn, haa a Tarn
O' Shanter crown of deep yellow velvet
nnd a round, slightly turned-up brim
of black straw. It Is tied around tho
crown with black aittln ribbon, ar
ranged at ono side Into rosettes and
transBxcd with two black quills.
The latest novelty coming to us from
across the water Is a coat with a full
basque and a seam which runs right
around the waist There aro Jacket
fronts and wide revers, which at tha
waist terminate tn a decided point
The ateeveiare full, with a tight-fitting
An elaborate garment ot this descrip
tion Is of flno cloth, with ro
vers, collar and cuffs of black satin. A
bertha of ecru lacu falls over the front
of the jacket and the waist Is outlined
by a band of gold galoon.
This same style of coat Is fashionable
made of any light-weight cloth of a
dahlia tint with cuffs, rovers, and belt
of block watered illlt and tho bertha
formed of cascades of blaccli lace. Chicago
The Trna Iloate...
She Indeed Is the truest hostess who
makes her guests feel most at their
ease, who, In the plain eld Saxon, can
make them at home. The opcnlmrof
dusty shut-up parlors, which smell of
moth-eaten carpets, tha parade ot the
best china on the table with trembling
caro lest a piece bo broken, the setting
forth of so elaborate a menu that It
tends to gluttony, will never make our
friends "at home." If our parlors are
always open and we Have no
too fragile to bo admired by
all the family, if no part of
the house la too good for
our own living, to be raado
use of whenever necessary, if in short
we sacrlflco entirely that gloomy
sepulchral room, which li still maintained
In many old families the state
parlor we shall live much more natural,
easy lives. Wo oan then receive
our friends Into the living room, msko I
them at home to the best that we havo
for ourselves, and we may always ba
satisfied that It will pleats them better
than any effort of strained hospitality.
She learns to be a true hostess, who
gives her guests 'their freedom, ever
watchful of their wants, yet never al
lowing them to bo aware of that watchfulness.
N. Y, Tribune,
Th Illat Fell riat
nne (with an eye to business) Bo
jou know, there li a rumor that wo are
He (comfortingly) Oh, well, aont
mind that Of course no ono with any
aeuae bellevvs It Lit.
Tit. Itulliir ra.tlan.
The cashier of a western bank was
alworbed lu counting tho money behind
his cage, when u mnsked robber came
tn and stuck a big, open-mouthed revolver
under his nose.
"Hand over that money," growled the
The cashier looked up In a bewildered
"Olve me that money!' commanded
the robber, sternly,
"Oh ah excuso nw," replied tho
cashier, recovering hit equilibrium, "but
I can't let y6u hava any money unless
you aro Identified, sir, Qood morning,"
and he wai about to turn away, when
the robbor Jarred him Jnto remarkable
affability, Dotrolt Free Press.
QRAND FALLS OF LADRADOR.
te.rtltlnn of tlneTof the llr.nil.it
In tha World.
Tho Omnd falls of Labrador nro
nctrly twloa ns high as Niagara, and
nro Inferior to that marvelous cataract
In breadth and volume of water only.
One of their most striking characteristics
Is tho astonishing leap Into hpiro
wlilsh tho torrent makes In dtaeliargln?
ltsolt over Its rochy barrlor. From tha
description given ut tho rapid drop In
tho nnd the coincident ntr
rowing ot tho clmnnol, one cnu uuslly
understand that the cumulative .'li rgj
expended In this lltial leap of tho pent-up
wators Is truly titanic. It a sub
stratum of softer rock cxIslcJ hero, nj
nt Niagara, n slmll.tr "civi of tho
winds" would enab'o one t p'uetriU
n considerable dlsUtuci' tauiauth Iho
fall. The uniform slru'turo ot Did
rook, hoHuver, prjtcuw any
disintegration, and thut tho
sheet of water covers a notrly
wnll, tha btsa ot whliii Is
washed by the waters of tho tower
river. In splto of the fnot that no
creature, except ono with wlngi, coul 1
hopo to penetrate this
chamber, the plaeo Is inliaultol. If wo
are to believe the traditions of tho Labrador
Indians. Many years ogo. S3
runs the talo, two Indian maidens
gathering tlrewood near the falls were
enticed to the brink and drawn oror by
the evil spirit of tho place. During the
long years since then, thco unfortunates
have Wen condemned to drtotl
beneath the .ill, and forced to toll
dally, dressing deerskins, until now, no
longer young und beautlfii' thy can
bo sean lictlmes through the m'st trailing
their whlto hair luhlud them and
stretching out shriveled arms toward
any mortal who ventures to visit tha
confines of their tnystlo dwelling place.
The Indian name for the (I mud falls
means "the narrow
place whero the water falls." Like tho
native worn "Niagara "Inunucr of
waters" this Indian designation contains
a poetic and descriptive quality
which It would be hard to Improve,
From the point where tho river leaves
the plateau and plunges Into Hie deep
pool Itclow tho falls, IU course for
twenty-five miles ts through one ot the
moat remarkable canyons In tae world.
From tho appearance ot tha sides of
this gorge, and the zigzag line of tho
river, the Indications are that tho
stream has slowly forced a channel
through this rocky cliMm, 'cutting its
way back, foot by foot from the edge
of the ptatcau to the present paittlen of
tho falls. Ilecrnt Investigators esti
mate that a period of six thoustnd
years was required to form the gorge
below Itlagara falls; or. In other words.
that It has taken that length of timo
for tho falls W recede from their former
position at Queenttonn heights to their
present location. If It nas liken mis
length of time for Niagara falls to
ccde n distance of seven miles by the
erosive power of tha water acting on a
soft shale rock supportlog a stratum ot
limestone, the immensity ot tlma In
volved by assuming that the (I rand
river canyon was formed In the samo
way la ao great that the mind .falters In
contemplating It especially whan tt Is
recognized that the escarpnunt ot t'te
(3 rand falls Is of hard guelula rock.
And yet no other oxp'aiutlon of the
origin of tills gorge is acceptable, un
lest, Indeed, wo cau assume that at
noma former tima a Usauro ran In a lino
w'th th ;Tni course of tho
riven In which rase the dralaage ot tho
table-land, emptying Into the urand
rl.er, would follow tho line of least re
sistance, and in tha course of time cx
cavato the fissure into the present pro
portions of tho gorge. Ucnry u.
.s, Oreat Coulrlvanea for Handler In.taa,
The ancient Greeks and Romans practiced
telegraphy with the help of pots
filled with straws and twigs saturated
in oil. which being placed la rows, expressed
certain letters, according to the
order in which they were lighted. Hul
tho only one ot their contrivances that
merits a detailed description was that
invented by a Grecian general named
-Knas, who flourished In tho time oi
Aristotle, Intended for communication
between the generals of an army.
It consisted of two exactly almllai
earthen vessels filled with water, each
provided with a cock that would discharge
an equal quantity of water In I
given time, so that tha whale or any
part ot the contents would escape ia
precisely the same period from both
vessels. On the surface of each floated
a piece of cork, supporting an upright,
marked off Into division, each division
having a certain sentence Inscribed upon
One ot the vessels was placed at each
station and when either party desired
to communicate he lighted a torch,
which he held aloft until the other did
the same, as a sign that ha was all attention.
Ou tho sender ot the message
lowering or extinguishing his torch
each party Immediately opened the cock
of his vessel and so left It until tho sender
relighted his torch, when It wao at
onco closed. Tho receiver then read
tho sentence on the division of the upright
that was level with tho mouth ol
tho vessel and which, it everything had
been executed with exactness, corresponded
with that of the sender and so
conveyed the desired information. Industrial
A ll Sort too Common.
aaya thero aro twin brothers lu Pennsylvania
who look so much alike that
they often borrow money oi eucu inner
ltlioul knowing i
In the sandy lands they would
rather have a good-sized camel than &
The entire empire of Persia has
ut ono vessel, a small steamer tVoi
waa built tome years ago.
Comments. "Ho tried to kiss me."
"How impudent!" "Hut ho was inter
rupted." "How annoylug'" Trutlu
Easy of Explanation. 'Tom, what
makes you luch a mule?" "Easily
couatod for. Aro you not my father?'
Truths as Sick.
VnalliA.a aT tf a I J J trail fssatsjta
SlPPf I fit tl.tt.ttJ An a.,i..i..,. 1tl V
Un i it never falls to cure.
DO YOU SUFFER with that
tired and fcellnef If aa uso
Sulphur lilttcn it will cure you.
Don't, bo without a. Lot. TRY
tie. Yoa will not regret It IT.
Tub lot a fair faco is a ne.nii.
8tewrrf"l Hn- Sulphur lutteru B
an tt frAm nUCIIsJAsriois
bottlo of Sulphur Bitters I it never P
fills to cure. V-s B
Aro voa C0NTiPATirn7 ir .
Sulphur Bitters Is Just vrhJuyonnccii
Poor, weak, and
RAISE Pliwv! IJIMni lun.lll.1.
Sulphur Bitters will msko them
airuug, nearly, uu UcailMy, r
Clcanso tho vitiated bloml viin
vnii ira ira linrttttxif iu i....i
1t . " . . "' uuniuiu
Mi.'i .'; "i
nn l PmtiMi i
His woiidorfu) suc
cess is ii boon to tho
J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D
formerly I'rafewor ot rracllr of Meilletnl
Kloctrlcal .Modle.t' College,
, roaoxTO. ciKim.
Now Examining rhyslcmn
r Sotrrileajf Medical Institotb .
I , IT.
Willi at tliel'tinnlx lintel
Thursday . Nov. 7
one day only, lemming every lourwrras
uurtnc the year, from a. in, to V n, tn.
l'r. Artpleman I. axrailnttenf linllerne line.
VlsctttoalMeitlcalL'olleirf, Toinnto, (an. lie
hi. rn.ite a special .tuly of the rilteitv. he
treat. In the area! Iieileme ami tharlty Hospital.
firicrl years anil mi iuix
rlnr In ills(nu.lnx ami trestles' Citron If.
He delate, all hi. time to Iho treatment
of chronic, ami nervous dlse of both .exes
and ItL skill aa an exueu In this ,M f uxi
I. ntll ettabllsbed Tresis .ucreMfully and
Xrnt and Clironl. Catarrh. Klnxlnc tn
Kara, lleafne.., tb Ky, liar.
No.,,. Throat, Luna., Kidney., Urinary
and IllaUder Truuhl..,
Kpllepay or BU txisltlrrly cured
iount or men .ufferlnf trom
Spermatorrhea. Impoteney, l.rnittlon., tha
re.uH.of error.oreices.ci, .bonldeal! before
It I. too late We xuaraniea a cure If eaat
ba. not rone loo far.
Supnduonn hair and alt iroptlon. of lbs face
Blood ami Skin Digoaaos.
Aiyphlll,8cmtsta, stricture, Oleet, ete
cured by neier falling remedies,
Dlscareaof women. uch si leneorrhea, painful
mrn.traaUon,ill.plaeniesl ef womb, bearing
down aln. lu back, rrlleied In snort time.
The Doctor c.rrlm all his portable
and rnme. prepared ton. mine the tact
obMure medical and surgical raits.
He undertake, no Incurable ill.ea.ea but
eure. hundred cHen np to die.
Consultation Free and Confidential
J. S. APP.LEMAN. M. D.
Mississippi Valley Route
THE POPULAR LINE
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MiW OKI.K.N3. vrf"""' j
fniffiisr s ItpiUnl u v9ZAj.I
'fl ftClttcilll unit
III-, j ri.ntatlea. and yttal
ittnrcrle. Huulh of
v H.wtr u.t otlilij Ltemirujr, and
' (i.i I' i boiau! paMtengfr
n ! u ill. and Wci.lury. He Un
f tlmtik the lines! rttun ldaLta
m th Unit MIiiii lielta, tftwmcs
ji Limit al trtilnnitf runnlry one. rib
i f lirkm. lo A
ii .i tt kltr are.
tall tin si rouiul,
it liurr inu il.U' Tlck.!"L'
otn r. "
itlliffrl I'vllman Lar. Kna
uitnrvi, inrinu.ll. tAUl.vilie aad
auw Oilcan., vlaklemrtMi
rorTlrae Table., Map Tolder., aad prlceof
Uen'ITrav. !. A.t.,
P. L. DRAKE,
Division Passenger Agout.
Li & Ni it a Hi
Through Trunk Line
Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis
villc Evansville St. Louis,
Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile and New
AND 5!1) IJNJtlVaLKD.
Shortest & Quickest Route
From St. Louis, Evansvlllo and
Uondereon to the
80UTHEAST & SOUTH
From nbovo cities to Nash,
villo and Chattanooga,
making direct con-
PDLLMAN PALAJi. A 8
For Atlanta, HJuiwaIi,
villo and Points
Connections aro mado at Guthrie ruid
Naalivllln for nil iintnto
North, East, South and Went
In J'iillrr..ui 1'alnco Curs.
this road will rerolvn Intvmioa
Soo DKeiitd of this company for rales!
IUUIUQ U.V U4 UlllU III
O, P. a, P. A T. A.
., 11?.!'."' ,,,, s choico lot of thonalilired
lierktlilro Hoc., all age. noMT reailr for ilellvsry,
AiKi.iioitliora row. ami oalva. Loth ie
ICflileictlcrillalbl. tn rexlstrv, n farmer's
" ISAAC GAltROTT,
Pleasant Yiow Block Form,