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QUARLBS & KEATTS,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AMD JEWEL
Main Slrcct, opposite Hotel, CADIZ, KY,
llavo constantly on hum, n full lino of the celebrated Elgin, Hampden, and
Wftltham watches. Solid gold nnd gold filled watch caion In both ladies
ami Gent's sizes- A cholco varioty of tho latest novolty in Lnco Finn,
Plain, and Set Kings, and Jowolry of nil kinds. Our elegant atook of
Hlnnrlnnl Silverware, and Tnblo Cultorr coranrisea articles suitablo for. bridal
and holiday progenia. Call and bco thorn, Plain nnd nrlisllo engraving
neatly executed. Wo mako no extra chnrgo for ongrnvlng articloa Bold.
attcDllon glvon to all kinds of repairing. Respectfully,
QTJARLES & KEATTS.
n. j. hurt, proprietor.
RATES: $1.50 to $3.00 PllR BAY.
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS.
faatt'jmi J. M. , I. snd L. K. JtjSt.
- "-requires below Union iiepot.
rStreot Cars pststhoMoorKveryrivsMlnuteafor all BartsoftbsCHy.'
COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS.
HOPK1NSVILLE, .... KENTUCKY
Btvec.Al rutpi to Commerr!sV
- a.i ii . a
nn D.nuie Jtro pnwt laucgmmiNiioui; koou
Wo cordially luvlle you to oxamlno
STYLES before placing your order.
Junius C. McDavitt,
Office over Kellej's Jtwelry Storo,
HOPKINSVILLE - KY
H. M. BOLLINGER,
Office roar Court House,
HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY.
Special attention given to the collection
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
, - f j -
Office west side Court Square.
Entirely now and first class In nil
respects. Excellent Samplo Rooms,
ami service un equaled in the city.
On Dotrblo Car Lino,
C. F. & L. I. Ki.DKitrR Froprlctois,
Andrew SearzenU M. D
PHYSICIAN And SURGEON.
TTntlirTl.nTtTT T T TTXT
4' OfBee over City Hsnk. Resldenco on North
0 riUSl NATION! I.
T GRAY& PACE, PROP'S.
K. NINTH ST., NEAR MAIN.
ING 25 HAIR CUTTING
eiotalngbut flrst.claia work and til dons la
aid luaion. qiuiiaciion .uiranwcu.
WHEN YOU .GO
IIbts Yourl'hotof rsph Madest
No. 327 W. "Walnut St.
tOUISTILLK. - KT.
tmim conns amj kih mv
noMa on T of th
..ihdiiM . .rl.a of vmlaahl.
' .ilnral lunat wfrka lh. .bOT. lSl1)3
..!! V. ..nt ta Iji .DDllCntl I
Wtf al BHOADWAr, W YOHK.
oney Saved s Money Made
giT.utnCO rente on everr dollar volt apend
Wnijifn.nptnsnifflAili .Ht.biuu. . (jOO'llSKe
fit mauutactuienr price, with manufacturer.'
UlKJUDl., PI GTCry Hino ill juwil
Iu.nl .ml ImiiArtiMl Into tllO lllllteu
f Ktate., t.roccrlea. llouaehold Uonda.
iuik, 1 10 line, 1 June nu uiwur ".
KiirnUbmc Joodi, DryOombi, llata and vnpa.
Hoot and Slioaa, (lloir., Notlnua, lllawwtue,
Watcliee. I.IUC... v.HvIII,
ware, lluKilea, in. Agricultural
tuent eu. OSU til CLASS UUODS,
tfl.laliivn. mm. h rM.lnt .if 91 rent tol OX.
Wea utlmonlrcor.Mrn whoaellaat
lanufacluicia'priera, allowing tho buyer tho
MnitdlKOunt that tbe tnanufnotuier Kltea to
ibe wuomaic buver naituaiaiiieo nu c1"""
Mlvi'i'OacnU'di It pot round mi., money it'fuud.
,d UoodtwnlbyexpieM orlrclgbt, wltli (he
prlTtlegool ciauiluaifon Ulore V17ID1.
4tQulncT SlrMt.Cblcaga, 111.
WE WILL PAY
A taUrr o IU to IM tr week to HOI)
our Ktrur.WIni) ot tUnbioJIwat wanutact.
IW l,t.l, ..PIT iUU aj ,V ffn... IVIJ
taMntniMsdfepi'ljr. Catalotfun mid yr
L.Dtpot.l t ! DIHKlll I P KV ili
Chas. I. LayixeF
Livery, Feed And Sale
a i V. ...... . ...... a -... inwtti
ATTENTIUN UIVKK TO UOAllDlNU WOllBJCe
ioi mom nuioininr rtiur nAiunu iiuuw
Our Suits aro cut aud mado by the
most modern atylcs, and with an eye
to plcaso tho most fastidious, and lult
our SPRING AND SUMMER
John B. Castleman. A O. Lnngham
Barbee & Castleman,
MAVAOEUS OF THE
AGENTS Tnnoranorjr Tiik NORTH
The largest business
in Louisville. The
largest in Kentucky.
Tne largest business
in the South,
, GARNETT A MOORE.
FOR 20 YEARS
Has lod nil Worm Romodlos.
EVEHY BOHLE GUARANTEED.
LOCAL RETAIL MARKET REPORT.
CoiTceUsil Weekly by McKee, Urn Orocer.
tlct package J5o Com
llnillUicen, goot toidryaaU, unoliojdrj
filnu, gml To: .lietiHn. Ilcffltoc,
I'odlt.v Oliolro uld lion. II 00; .pilnger.
lxriloicn. llgo U.OOjoM tnr.CTN llvu So yer
Ibjilictoodsclgotec full kathtreil, )r doien,
lowlier lt 8c; N. O tiuolauc 40r($7Se.
Dhkd Fkcit Arul". biiilil to; evaporated
10o:l'cclic, lieale'l I0o unpealcd 6c.
Cottlt C.'.tcn ltlo,cholce.Se; ordinary HX
(!je; ItouUid ceffoe Arbuckl. SSci Uvldcn
jawd'rol and Cttbei
c; cut loat c i extra U. I: rdlo H
rice per lb. loo
roiiTOM Cho'ce Michigan bulk, per Luihtl
Itc: N.V. Early IUmo 11,00.
A rri.tf .-.Selected. ISAO tier ban el.
OHixuta Horlda, per box, brlxlit, 11.00.
l.lo8 Moutna, tunc; ilte, StI0Kr box, t.H
M;Htandanl l 13,
l'uoumoN llama er lb. 12(o for country,
and llcfur.iix.rcuitd; lliV4kIo.lbcon, U)j'9
ICc. Cbolre leal laitl, per lb. Ion.
" MoTHEas' Fkiino " Ii a
prepared Liniment, every Ingredient
of recognized value and in
constant use by tlie medicil
These Fngrcditntt are
WILL DO all that Ii claimed for
l! AND MORE. K Shortens Ubor,
Lessens I'll", Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to "Motmhs" mailed FREE, containing
valuable Information and
6.ntuyrip..ou rec.lpt of prlr. l M ft bottle
CnADFIElD RtGUUIOR CO , 0.
HOLD 11V A LI. llllL'ddlSTIt
IS. VW .1-VU..IK IT
fl v, a-- -"
iU,i Sliut M7
vaT .T .VHmHI
J Weary Mothers
3 Puny, Plndling
Will make them
Bend 3 --cent rs t A. f. Ordwav Co,
nSton, Mass., ' " network paellshed
Tim amntini (tin Tjmnn r!1iftmtrAl
Co. proposes to pay anrono who will
nrnvo ihnt nnv nnn nf llld tniltimoniala
concerning tho wonderful olTocta of
tiemon Uliiu ionic, aro noi genuine.
Any ono can write flattering articles
and sign fictitious names, but "Lomon
Chill Tonlo" fctouds at tho head as a
Blood Purifier, a general tonlo and
.v.ll.n. T nmnn Phlll Tnnlo IB US
pleasant as lomouado and oa largo as
on Chill Tonic and insist on getting
what you ask lor. J.ai.0 no Buoauiuui
but got a, bottle, and you will thank
this paper for drawing your attention
In :.u mnnta Prixa NV For Rale
nnd guaranteed by R. C. nardwick,
UopkinBvlilo, and Mason & Wills,
It Is vory hard to convince a pretty
mri mat. it is necessarr lor uur w
Big Excitement In Town
Over tho rcmarkahle cures by tho
grandest spccillo of the age, Au ut
Fanny's Health Hcstorer, which acts
au a nature's laxative, stimulates
tho dlgcstiro organs, regulates the
liver and kidneys and Is nature's
trrcit healer and health rcnowcr.
If you havo Kidney, Mvcr or lllooti
Dls.rdcr do not dclav. but call at It.
C. Hardwlck's drua -tore for a free
trial package. Largo sire 60c.
A woman never knows what she
wants until sho finds out what other
Ladles and centlcincn siiiTerlnK
with throat and lung difficulties to
call at our drtiir store for a bottlo of
Otto's Ctirc.wliich wo are distributing
trail n niiniM'n .mi wr mil raiiiiidfMiL
v rti nititTinnfl II na fl SIllMHor rtilll
cdy for Coughs, Colds, Uroiichitls,
(Jonsuniptlon.ana all diseases 01 tne
tluoat and lungs. It will stop a
cough quicker than any known
Wc will cuaranteo It to euro
you. If your children havo croup
or whooping couh it Is suro to give
instant rolief. Don't delay, bu get
a trial bottlo free Largo slzo 60c.
Sold by, R. C. Hardnick
Tho first thoatcr to bo lighted
throughout with electricity was
the uaioty iu ixmuou in 1010.
is beautiful with a bad akin covorod
with pimples, freckles, moth or tan.
I have boon asked many timoa what
will lomovotheso unsightly blomishes.
No face paints or powders will remove
them, as they aro caused by im-Eure
blood. The only sure remedy I
aveover seen is Sulphur Bitters,
cud in hundreds of cases I havo 11 over
known them to fail. Editress
Tho first stock quotations by cable
from Paris to London woraBeut. across
tho channel in 1861.
Be Your Own Doctor.
It won't cost ycu half as much. Co
postage, and no nill send you Dr.
Kaufmann'a great work, fine colored
plates, Irom life, on diseaso, its causes
and homo cure. Address A.P.Orday
& Co , Boston, Mass.
WHO OWNED THE PEW.
Vat Onlr Wkiited III. ItUhta a. it Proprietor
"If you .mil como and united use (or
them, you might have had all you
wanted, and welcome" This, If storytellers
are to bo trusted. I what farmers
always say when they find bad boys
robbing tholr orchards. Aud it Is true,
bejond question, that people In general
like to hare their rights at proprietors
respected, even In the most trldlup matters.
So It was with an Irishman of
whom a reporter for the Chicago Post
tells a llttlo story.
There was a special celebration of
some kind In the church where ho
owned a pew. The building was
crowded, and just as the service begun
this proprietor made his way down the
aisle to the door of his pew, which was
only two scats from the front- In It
were two or three ladles, strangers to
There was still nbundance of room
near the head of tho scat, but he stopped
at the door, laid one hand upon the
back of the pow next In front, and with
an Impressive wave of the other said,
In a volco loud enough to Wo heard over
halt the church:
"Come out o that nowl"
The ladies, surprised and greatly
confused, obeyed with all hasto, but
no sooner was the last one out In tho
aisle than the man wsrod his hand
"Now In wld yei again," ho remarked,
louder than before, "an' mako yorselvca
ter home. OI only wantod yea ter know
who owned the pew."
Ills tone and gestur snd smile were
so polite and reassuring that tho ladles
resumed tholr seats, aud thu prleat went
on with the serrloo.
Taming Ltoparda la
The Cheetah Is tied In all directions,
principally from a thick grummet ot
rope around hU loins, nhlle a hood At.
ted over Ida head effectually blinds
him. Ho Is fastened on strong eot
bedstead, and the keepers and their
wires and families reduce him to submission
by starving him and keeping
him awake. Ilia head It made to faco
tho village street, aud for an hour at a
time aevcral times a day his keepers
mako pretended rushes at him and
wavo cloths, staves nnd other articles
In bit fuce. He U talked to continually,
and women's tongues are believed
to be the most effective antUoporlflcs.
No created being could resist the effects
of hunger.' want of aleen and
feminine Molding, and the poor cheetah
CHARLES K. WHEELER. !.
WARD IIEADLEY. :
J. B. RICHARDSON. !
W.T. HAYWARD. !'
JOHN B. BASKIN. :'
JOHN T. IIODOE.
J. ANDREW SCOTT. i"
J.W. RATHWELL. !'
W. G. DEARING. ;'
J. C. LYKINS. :'
CMVPE M. THOMAS, j
W, T. ELLIS.
JNO, R. GRACE.
.IAS. B. GARNETT.
MATT S. MAJOR.
J. R. GLASS.
GEO. W. MASON.
J. F. KIMBLEY.
J. I. LANDES.
J. M. STARLING.
T. S. PETTIT.
" Circuit Clerk.
DO NOT USE PEN AND INK OR handle, nod iuk pad will bo found in Rooster's ft. INSIDE the wiuare at If you want to volo for one or mora
LEAD PENCIL. USE RUBBER tbo oleclipn Ixwth. . tho top of tho FIRST column on raonoa tho Democratic Ticket stamp
STAMP X ONLY. Dip stamp into tbo Ink pad. Press LEFTHAND sidoof (his balloL This in tho small squares to tho RIGHT of
TliiViher statuD. attached to a fmall it on tho ticket immediately under the rotes tho Straight Democratio Ticket, auch candidates' names.
Suggestion tor a Summer Trip.
If von wish to take tho trip ot a
lifetime, purchase the low rate excursion
tickets sold by all the principle
lines in tho United States and Cana
da via the Northern Pacific Railroad
to Yollowstono Notional Park, I'aciJic
Coast and Alaska.
Tho trio is made with tho highest
degroe of comfort ia tbo elegaut
trains of thn Northern Pacific
Ra rood, which carry diuing cars
and luxurious Pullman sleeping cars
from Chicairo. St Paul aud Minneap
olis to Montana and the I'aclllo coast,
without chango, and special Pullmau
Bloopers from St. Paul aud Minneapolis
to Yellowstone Park.
The scenerv en route is tho most
magnificent to bu found in tho seven
statos through which the road passos.
Beautiful mountains, rlvors, valleys,
akes and plains follow oacu other in
lapid succoHsion to delight tho
who will also find interest in tbo
agricultural, mining, lumbering, industrial
and other interests associated
with tbo development of tho great
Tho croivnlnir Klory of tho trip
through tho Nortlmost, however, is
tbe visit to Yollowstono i'ark, tho
land of hot springs, gevsors and
canons, and to Alaska with Its
endlosa ocoan channels, snowcapped
peaks. Inuiau villages auu giant glaciers.
If vou wish to investigate this sug
gestion further send to Charles S.
Fee, General Passonger Agout, N. P.
R, R., St. Paul, Miau., for copies of
tho handsomely illustrated "Wonderland"
boolc, Yellow Stonu Park and
Tbo origin of football is unknown,
but tho first mention ot tho gamo is
in the reign of Edward III. (1349)
Soma Foolish People
Allow a cough to run until it gets be
yond the reach of tiiedlrlue. They say
often, "Oh, It will wear away," but
In most cacs it wears iiiem away.
Could they bu Induced to try thu
iiii'dlcliiii I'a'lcd Kemp's Balsam,
which in so'd mi a vtintr
unleo to euro, lliey wiiultl
It dttitiio excel iiiiiflicti ancr taking
the III st dose. Pilco Wk: and 11.00.
Trial bottle free. At all ilrilfgi(t.
It used to bo customary for tho upper
circlos of Great Britain to eat four
meals a day, whllo now thoy eat five.
The Homeliest Man In
Ilopkliisvlllc, ni well as the
alulnllier ale Invited to cull oil
any druggist' .lid g t a fico trial
Komp's Ital-um, fur the throat
uud luiigi', a i onto. ly that sells entirely
upon Hi iiiurlls and is guaranteed to
rvlleto and cu oull elirmlu ami acute
coughs, Asthma, llroiichltta and
Larue bottlo 60-. and $1
Wheu a woaiau biys sho doesn't
Ioto you but she likes you it moans
Bhe'il jump iuto tho river It you don't
S n.ii .1 '
Many old soldlora, who contracted
chroma diarrhoea while in tbe service.
have! siuco been pormauonlly cured of
it byChamberlafn's Colic, Cholera aud
SAJSCPLE BALLOT, NOVEMBER 8, 18913.
LEADS THEM TO SLAUGHTER.
A Hull ITMd So D.eoy Cattle from Th.tr
Toaa at .
apeclmen of the bovine apcclcs which
haa been moping lailly along the driveway
prteka up his ears In quick re
sponse ta the call and trots up to his
master Wltn a promptness tnai woum
be commendable eyon Iq pot dog.
The call came from Head Driver Murphy,
or one of bis assistants, nnd Philip
knows well enough what It means.
"O'long over to F." shouts the driver,
nnd at the same time he points up the
alley In the direction ot section "F.M
Tbe motion of the driver's hand la of
superfluous, horvefgr, for
as well as anybody where "F" Is, nnd
he gallops off up the narrow driveway
more like an educatel canine than the
huge, lazy steer that he Is.
There Is an Interesting coincidence In
connection with big Phil's history. .Illume,
unbrldged, Is I'hlllp I). Armour.
Thla also the name of the proprietor of
the at which the cloven-footed
I'hlllp bran Important functionary.
Driver Jlurpliy, however, blunts
the point of the coincidence by his explanation
that the steer was honored
With' the Jtsme of his noted owner In
order to give ;tho animal a due appreciation
of his extraordinary prowess
WMls I'hlllp has risen from obscurity
ta pre-eminence, and has become tho
king of his klne, he lias also degenerated
morally from an Innocent and guileless
country ox Into an arch-hypocrite.
The gruesome offices ot a hangman fade
IntotntlgnlScance when compared with
those ot I'hlllp.
Ilia dally labor Is to entice the Innocent
cattle from their pens by his
peeultar magnetism, and lead them In
a wild dash to their death. As tbe
drivers awing open the gate of a pen
and rush a drove frightened, trembling
steers out Into the driveway, Phil gallops
boldly up,' and, swinging In ahead
of the hord, assures his bewildered
eountry brothers that he Is master of
the altuatlooi that he has come as their
deliverer, and that if they will follow
htm thoy will be browsing In clgvcr
fields aud drinking from spring-fed
brooks before the sun seta.
The unsuspecting cattle Instinctively
fall In line as soon as their eyes fall on
the handsome f nd Intrepid Philip. The
herd troops away down tho alleys, following
closely every turn of their
lesder as lie dodges In and out among
wsgons and sheds snd heads straight
for the broad '.'shoot" which leads unto
the capacious, slaughter-pen. When th
Phil approaches the "saoota" he haa
urged hi followers Into a mad stampede.
Quick as a flash the leader whirls
to one side at the foot of the approach,
and the herd, carried on by Its O
own Impetus, charges madly up the
ascent and Into the waiting-room of
death. I'hlllp Ijas sent another hundred ,
Of his kin to their doom. The big gate
elosa behind ijls victim and they aro
led Into the slaughter-mill one by one,
almost as fast a one can count them,
to coma out flayed, drawn and quartered t
for the butcher's bfcck, I
Philip knovys no pity, no remorse. Ills It
conscience Is seercd and callous. As he
avoids the slaughter-pen by an adroit
turn and aends his followers on to their I
death ho drops his head between hU I
knees, and seems to chuckle with ghoulish
delight, as he listens to the clatter
ot his victims' hoofs as they clamber
Peopio'b Party Ticket.
JOE GRAVES. i " ;
E. L. FOX.
V.R. JOHNSON. j j
Own pros fniltp has betrayed one hundred
looked to him for guidance. Perhaps It
was through deference to the consummate
villainy of such a beast as Philip aud
that old IleeUebub took to wearing
cloven hoofs. Chicago Times,
HOME HINTS AND HELPa
It Is claimed that white spots on
varnished furniture will dtsapper If a
hof plate from the ot: is held over
Cornmeal gemsi One cup ot sou?
milk, one egg, one half teaspoonful ot
soda, a pinch of salt, six heaping table.
Spoons of cormeal, three tablespoonfull
flour, one tableapoonful of augar.
Hake quickly In hot Irons, Detroit
To Freckles: Giate fresh
horseradish root and put It In sour
milk. Set It In a warm placn for an
hour, then set away until dayt of
waa the face with It ever' night and
two or three times during the day,
being careful not to get It In the aye.
N. y. World.
A soro throat can sometimes be relieved
In the following simple mannsri
Soak In water a small piece of bread SO
and mix with it s. ptnoh bf cayenne
popper; roll It up Into Owiformofa
pill and swallow It, usually within
throe hours the sufferer will be relieved
of all pain, I aggravated cases
several doses may b required, Detroit
Peaches a La Condei Peel rnd cut
the peochei. in two and stew them In
clarified sugar sirup. Fill an oval
mold with hot boiled rlc turn tho
form out on a dish, arrange the peaches
around it, and decorate with preserved
eherrlns or other small fruits from the
confectioner's. Mix half a pint of th
sirup with a gill ot marmalade, pour Ii
over the dish, and serve hot Iloston
Egg Baladi Iloll'stx eggs fifteen mln.
utes. While they sro tiolllng make a tho
French dressing, and to It add one ta.
blespoonful of tarrages vinegar, the
same quantity of onion juhw a Ill-tie
chopped parsely. Yhen the eggs
are done cut In allesa and plnco In a
salad dish. Pour tho dressing over
while the egga are still hot Ktand in a
cold place two hours, men serve. to
Tomato Soup; Take a can of
toea and bring them to a toll, and then
atraln through a coarae atraluer. Add
one teaspoonful of dry soda, and when
the foaming ceases add a quart of milk
and a tablespoonful of butter. Season
soup with salt, red pepper or curry the
powder, cud thicken a..Mhiiy mIiIi a
little cracker crumbs, lloll the aoup
for a few momenta, and it is ready for
eating, Harper's Ilatar.
Orange Float! Two rgga, one-hall E.
cupful f cream, one cupful ot sugar, a
pinch ot salt a teaspoonful of baking
powder, and one large cupful of Hour,
Slake in amall patty tins. It may be
flavored with vanilla, Have ready a
saaco made of thrsa our'"' of water,
tablepo"niul of butUr. a cupful c
sugar, and the Juice and grated rind ol
two oranges, Slightly thicken, when the
bolls, with a tablespoonful pi corn' in
stsrch moistened with water, and pour Is
.Into a large, deep dish. Heap the tops
of the floats with icing and, just before
serving, place them In the hot sirup,
'Serve one each person, with plenty
ox mo urup.wiouseif ;pe.
W. E. STRAIGHT.
B. E. HOLMAN.
M. T. CASH.
N. A. SALTER.
WILL B SOMES.
0. S. BALL.
For lama back there is nothing better
than to saturate n flannel cloth
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
bind it on tbo affecttd parts. Try it
you Mill bo suprisinl at the '
prompt reliof it affords. Tho same
treatment will cur rheumatism. For
salo by & Wood, druggists.
Thu kilt is said to bo almost V u t
among tint Fcotch peasautry, w' o
havo niloiiied the loss ii
English nit I. ( f ciresa.
To relievo headache, correct disor
ders of tbo stomach and lucreaso tho I
anpotite, hihI lor liter
um Ami's Cathartiu PiIIh.
Thoy aro safo to tale, ami
invariably promote a healthy action j
thodigestiio and aswimlliitivo organs.
Tho first wheat raised iu thu New
World was sown on tho Island of ha-
bolla in January, 1403, and on Marci
tho crop was gathered.
Ch&mbarlaln'a Eye end EHda
A certain euro for Chronlo Sore Eye , (
Totter, Salt Ubeom, Scald Head, Old
Chronlo Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It Is cooling and soothlag.
rundreds of cases havo been cured by-It
after all other treatment bid failed. '
b put up in S3 and CO cent boxes. a
For eale bv Lea veil Si Wood.
The United States government has
deo'ded to open, Nov, 22, 1892, for
Bettlemeut under tho homostead law,
unearned lauds of tho Marquetlo
&LittloBay Du Noquet Railroad,
heretofore reserved from entry, in
Northern Michigan, At tho uamo
tlmu the right of tbo Ontonagon &
Brulo River Railroad has been denied to
a largo tract of land iu tbe upper
Peninsula ot .Michigan. This gives
unprecedented chanco to locate
valuable timber nnd mineral lands,
which aro among tho boat in tho upper
Peninsula, and aro reached only over It
North Star Itouto (Milwaukee & Is
Northern Railroad) between Chicago
nud Lake Superior.
For fuither particular! addrosa C.
RoLiixs, Laud anil Immigrant
Agent. 101 La Sullo street, Chicago.
Better Than a Fortune,
Hundreds of doctors' preecribo Lemon,
Chill Tonlo Iu their praotica knowing
it to bo tt more pleasant combination
than they cau compound, nhilo
results aro curtain. No rlngiug
the oars like qululno, ntill thoelfecl
Buror. Remember tho name, "Lomon
Chill Touio." Take no otbor,
Thero are many substitutes, but nouo
possess the same qualities ot tho rtbovo.
Take no other. Evory bottle
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HOME, SWCET HOME,
nov to Hake lb. DomleU Alt that II
The old Saxon word home has a far
higher significance than a mero habitation
or an In tho
Inal Saxon "ham," from which the K..-I
gllsh word Is derived. Is a place of rest
as well as a domicile. Yet how few ol
us think of this word, much as It il
'talked of, In Its original seuso, jLnd,
how few succeed In making thelt
homes places of rest, rather than mere
places where the turmoil and friction ol
(dally housekeeping are reflected everywhere.
The greatest art of a true housekeeper
Is to conceal her art) to make her horns
an abiding-place of peace, on which the
demons of unrest and fickleness novel
enter. In these houses where strict
oruer prevails mo inc. ion oi mo
Is never felt beyond Its walls.
That house Is no true homo where
the steam and fumes of the
kitchen penetrate to tho living-rooms,
or where the mistress sits down
to her family table with her fact
'clouded under the petty trials aud vexations
of her housework. As her husband
should throw off his business
cares, so sho should throw off het
(household cares at all the family gath
Too often tho dinner-table Is a place
where weak-minded women rehearse
'the petty grievances of their house
work, aud all tno lumc, iret and id it
thereof. T.et down vour burdens fol
the time if you would have your home
resting-place! Nothing Is gained and
everything is lost if you hare not moral
ana meniai lorce wuosa nomomei
has a right to make her house an uncomfortable
dwelling-place for hex
children. It Is her duty to protect and
shield thero, not by the force of her
command, but by the power of her
love. If she would do this she must
make their homo tho most attractive
placo In the world, to which they come
not as slaves driven to their gilleys,
but as tree children.
It requires continual tact and sedulous
care on tho part of tho householder
allot to each ono In the household her
share of tho work, nnd yot arrange so
that no jar in tho domestlo machinery
can affect the qulot atmosphere of Urn
home. It requires as much executive
power as to command a Ship to arrange
all the details of the house so that the-routine
flows In harmonious lines. .A
Is just this exocutlve power.snat la
needed In the household, ar thus It
that tho silly woman always falls to
make a capable wlfo pr'mother. Llka
Dickens' Dora, suck a' woman is picturesque
only In. cr girlhood, and, Ilka
the weakylUno of Austria, sho may
well cxelalm whon her beauty is fled:
"It is time for mo to die."
It is a shame to any mother who falls
to train her daughtera tu take a serious
view ot life, Instead of a frivolous,
selfish view) to remember that the
highest duties, whether they be married
or single, Is to bo home-makers. A
great writer on this subjoct has said!
"Wherever a true wife cornea, this
home Is always around her. The stars
may be over her head; tho glowworm
la the night-cold grass may be the only
flro at her feet Hut home Is yet
Wherever she Is, and for a noble woman
tt stretches far around her, better
pian celled with cedar or painted with
vatmute, ssauaiug ius qui. uf as
His wondori'ul suc
cess is n boon to tho
J. S. APl'LEMAN, M. D
rormftlr l'rwc,or f ol tlnllcln
Electrical Medici! College,
r SOUTIIMN MEDICUI. lligTITOTB ,
Will beat the liotal
Thursday, Nov. 17.
one ilar onlj, irlurnln every rourwrcks
ilurtnr the jrar, from V a. ra. tosn, m.
lir. ApplrnianU asiailuatnol
Cohere, Mew .niklllv, and the
VJnctrlral Uilletr, Toronto, Ian, He
ha. made a .pcctal studf ol the Ulma.etlie
trratslntlie great llcllsvue and Chart tr ltoa.
pltalslortevrral year, and
illafmnlnx nnd trrsilne Ciirunlo
He il-vote. all lit. time lo Die treatment
otturonieanilnerToiu itlwa.es ot hoth aeiea
andhl.s.UUsaneiticrtlnlhli ela (if
Is well MUklLhcd Treala .ucceudillv and
tent and Clirnnl. Catarrh, mucins In
Kr, li.arne.., IM.rnir. nt llm l!y., Fur,
"".".'.TIT0"'' Hldn.yt, Utln.rr
...,Irl.Vl,,,.,.!",,e' l'! Dr.pvp.ls,
Itbenmatl.iii and i'ar.lj.1..
hpllepay or IU. wMllliely emeu
lounir or mldirlo.aired men .urTurlnr from
Spermatorrhea, Imputcnry, hruptloniu the
re.nl.or errors orexreiMies .houlYesll before
II Is too late. We fnaranta a care If casa
has not cone too far.
SupetDaoni hair and all eruptions ol the face
Blood and Skin Disoitstis.
AseyphllU,Semrula, strlctare, Uleet, ete
IMwaw. ot women, .ucli a. leueorrhea, patn.
fnl men.lruallon, dl.pUrement of wouib. Lear-las
down pales In back, relieved In .nori time.
Th Doctor carries all his portahl. lnttra.
nentaaDdeimesprrSTM toexamua tb most
obMure mnlleal and .aralcal tun.
He undertakea no Incurable dlieasts bat
core, handled, given up to die.
Constiltatlou Free and Confidential
J.S. APPLEMAN, M. D.
(L. N. 0. and T. R, R.)
THE POPULAR LINE
VICKSlll'IKI. HATOf 110UUK.
fnttnifg i Iirii.ttit u
Iiti ficiueiit Ccntr;
The Klre sad Snxar llsnlatloni, and neat
maultaSniar tloiiMMand rs.i.1.1 ot
ll.ton Itouto are tattirstlnr, and
never fall to pleue 1'ie awenger
""T"i iftui(iui. .n-i iKiiiiry in. n
liwe. thniuxh amueof theflaevt roituniilaMa
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Illp ticket, to A.
.Callfunilii ami lelr,i ir
i in Mieaittiie yr ronml. "&,
m on leta. pntnu ai or
i ale until April lltti.
I'ullin.u lluuet nlrepmr car. Uua
lirtweca liulnlihi and
rnr Time Tables, Xtap Folders, and pttcsof
F. L. DRAKE,
Division Possongor Agout.
Li; & Nb Ra Em
1 UK OUK.T
Through Trunk Line
between loo elites o'
Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis
villc Evansville St. Louis,
Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile and New
Shortest & Quickest Route
From St. Louis, Eransvillo and
HenderHoa to tho
SOFrHEAST & SOUTH
From aliovo citioa to Nash,
villo nnd CbnttnnooKa,
ror Atlanta. uvnniia!if
In Florida, ..- -
Connections ore made at Guthrie and
NashvD'o ror ell pointa
North,Ea8t,Soutli and VVest,
Mil will rAcnlrn snfMv'dl low rntu.
Boo aferits of this corofauy for rates,
routea ivo., or wruou
0, P. Atm"k. U. P. T. A.
aCaB. aft" !aaQ
Ihavafnr sale a choice lot ol thonihbred
Derkshlre llngi, all ages now ready for dallv
AlMahorthoin roua and calve-, both M
legisterenoreiigiiiio lo reilstrr, I""".'
"' ISAAC GAUROTT,
Pleasant Vow Stock Farm,
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l-l tnmllvm thu, drt iiiii la I
Him tAft final lit ni r ii iunrv iin t'nrnpnatrM or
I rill I IS .lit na .UJprou4.ua unnt.n
o vrltkl. jr UvU.iatM ivihiw tbi UUnMil.
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