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T). M. QUAULVS, JIL M. D. KEATTS.
QUARLES & KEATTS,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL
Main Street, opposite Hold, CADIZ, KY.
Dure constantly on hnud, n full lino ottuocolobrnlod Elfjin, Hampden, noil
Wnllliain watches. Solid gold and gold filled watch cases iu both Indies
and Gent's sized. A choice vorloty of. tho latest uotolly In Lnco Tins, Neck-.
I'lnln. nnc! Sot Ilinira. mid lownlrv of nil kinds. Our oleirant utock of
Standard Silverware, anil Table Cultory comprises nrticlos sultoblo for bridal
aud holiday presents. Call and soo thorn. Plalu and nrtlstlo ongravlDg
noatly oxocutoil. Wo mnko no oxtra chargo for engrnving articles sold.
attention given to all kinds of repairing. Respectfully,
Q.TJARLES & KEATTS.
nOPKlNSVILLE, .... KENTUCKY
fiiwul Ulna with nr tvlthmit driver., fuml.tiiwl ,1a v nr ntirht. SnnMal rati.. I,,
in. R.ablo Urn nroof and commorilnna!
Jt LADIES. Sl'KCIAL
W enrdlallr Invito vnn to
S'rL"iS beforo placing your order.
CAnTION;airwarTrdrii!f tk iib1
. latins hoeTllbout V. li.i'oneiaa
namenndthi price Btampeunn bottorn,
Hueh ubouuiionft nro tan IB,
Djec; to.provecuilon tlHHUHirut ob.
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whn worn through
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ealera and seneral merchanta wherw I haro
i". plaro aend direct to I'ajlorri
AVrlio forentalone , irnotrale,ln your
tfni, alio una wldih tratnted. I'oetaro fra. We i ioaiaa. llrockion.flla...
- Junius C. IkMl
Oflico over Kolley's Jtwelry Store,
flOPKINSVILLE - KY
Attorney, At Law,
JIOPKINSVILLE, - - AT.
Special nltontion given to -the collection
WHEN YOU ;G0
IUto TourrbotogTabh Madeat
No. 827 "W. Walnut St.
nmm coned 1M Hit! 5!B
Entirely now a"1 J1,'at cla88 ," a"
""gncta. Kxcollont SainWo Rooms,
auU servlco irticntialcrt In tho city.
,0n DouWo CariUno,
O. V. S3 U 1. I'ropriotoif,
llcndoraoii, - Ky.
Andrew Searzentx M. D.,
PHYSICIAN And SURGEON.
Office over City llank, lleildtnee on North
Mala. S-VT J.'
GRAY & PAGE, PROP'S.
SHAVING 10. SHAMPOO
ING 25 HAIR CUTTING
(tothlnir hut work and all done la
Ulettfuhlon. ollaf action guaranUod,
Money avc(i"is Money Made
RateSitoSO conuoa errry dollar yon ipend
Wrlie fururmammoiU LataluKUf. a oO.ioge
inaiiufjctuieiv iilce, Mlth
aiKounu. of tufry kli.dnf gooili anv "PI'1'?
luantifaiturtd and Impoift'il Into le Ifnlted
state., ilrocmlo. Ilouaehold UwhU.
t uillui'BiiillleiiU'l lllilnji and
iiriiUhlKUootlrywNl4,laU antl tap,
Ii(,t and ghiiea, Ulavra. Noilom, Ulauwaie,
Hatlonny.WatcliM, L'loiki. Jewelry,
IIuiikIm, ttliliw. Agilrultuial Imido.
Z"'u. no ONI.T alltnf OOoVi.
tatakKiieMiilcii ircclpt of It ccnlf lot ex.
PliM.KC We aio tlieoiilyooncrii who aolltat
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uanulaituie piiii , t"i ! w.
aatuedlM'uuiitlhatllie manufaalurti' xlrei to
lhowliulr.aieliii.er We guarantee all Kuoda
It nut fouud ao.. inoiiey it fund.
I liuodiacui uyexiuvM tirimniu, mm
ill qulncy Slroel, Chlijaga, III,
(WE WILL PAY
A lalarr of III to M lwr week to tiOOI
ageul. lu iiiiet at na Iu at u.ry eounly and Mil
gAiiMeHtmi ui MerchMidleealoiauulacl.
Um BaiittlPbtriftlwrpRftBr will
(Shag. I. Lays,
Livery, Eeed And Sale
AND VIRGINIA' STS.
lot mnm arilnlnlnr NICK WAITING I100M
ATTENTION UIVKN TO UOAKDINU HOUSE
Our Suits arn cut and mmlo by the
most modern styles, and with an eye
to please tho most fastidious, and gult
tho most subdued.
oxamlno our SPRING AND SUMMER
W. L DOUGLAS
oennlns .rwrd ahoolhatwlllnnl r i IllioCalf,
imootn Uii le, nxlbl. mora comrjrtaoi. eiriua
durable then out other thoti er fold the prta,
fcnuaUcuitomtp.de ibocecoatlnr. fromatwsa. ,
only 3.00 hhon mnda.wlia twj complete
sl.ei double thn u of cbeap welt iboelsoM at the
narrow atrip of leather un tho edge, ana when one
can bo repaired as manr tlroea aa
i or xooiwear a curio v ecuaw
xnixcBtiouldcoDiliitr iub luifnur uiuiiuvi
o( th fthoet, na not bo inrlnenr4
w vuf cnfp wn unnet iuw im
tiairloc onl pparanr to oomrotna
bewed t M.l .5 0 I'd! lee and rarm
cr:i..10 tlnn Ualfi H'i.'J)
aoa o4.nu norBiorrncn i
tVW ana roauur
f'i.tlQ and JTlueV
I . S Seat Donaola.
aro of the aame iilca
John B. Castleman. A G.Langham
Barbee k Castleman,
MAVA.CJF.KS OP THE
AGENTS TnnouauouT Tne NORTH
The largest business
largest in Kentucky.
Tne largest business
in the South,
GARNETT & MOORE.
LOCAL RETAIL MARKET REPORT.
Corrected Weekly by McKcc, th Oroccr.
JlCTtiR Fancy, aclect package JSo Common
HlDaluroen, gool Uc;dry aalt, Kodcidry
Hint., nioil fo( .ln'cp.tln. lSc0o,
old hen. IJ.OOi ipilnxcri
perdottn latge 13.00: old turkeva, lire to per
lb; drctcdAc;gMr,full feathered, per doicn,
iicr lb 8c; N.O moltc I0o(975o.
Uaiin Fhuit Aptilci, bright (c( eraporated
10c; I'eachea, tiealed loci unpealedte.
Klo, choice JJot ortlluaryiru
CttiUc; Kouted 2b Uolden
HUCI iR uranuiaicuBticipowiurcuaniicuuc.
to: cut loaf 6Uc, vxtra IS. I; jclluvr tjjc
UICX' rice per lb. loo
ronton Choice Michigan bulk, per bu.hel
ISOiM. l.cany iioaofi.tw.
V L..ill..M.J Villi
Arrtta Selected, il.oo per liaricl.
'la.Mura Hoiidi. tier bor. bright. tl.OO,
LXMOKt Moaalna, fancy Jlte, (Uvpor box, 9.M
J5 S3; Standard II I,
l'aoiatoKa llama tier lb. llUaforcounliy,
and lie fortugarcutedi llre.kfmUmcon, r,H
ISc. Choice icat iaru, per iu, ivo.
Advioe '10 Womew
If you would protect yourself
from Painful, Profuse. Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation
you must use
BRADFTELD'S REGULATOR FEMALE )
CAiiTKitariLUt, April SB, IMS.
ThU will certify that two mcinbora of in;
ImmedlAte family, after harlna luil.rwl for
icur. from Jtleiiatrual IrrcKUlarll,
CelDZ treated without benniuby
aero at lonBtheompletelrcuroilbyouo bolUt
of llra.lllrld'a I'eiiialo Uriculalor, ll
Iffect U truly wonderfuL J. W. tiTBAxac
Iluok to1 WOVAN " mailed flltt which oont.lul
r JuaU. lutorutaiiuu to all female Ulavawa.
ORADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
vou sdm ii jluu juivoaiara.
toonmam on rw oai tw
I eiaaB k TJ I I Ha bbbVbbI
bo w not Huuti
'-"J OLriaaman 19. TlUawi IU. want I1. I0f H
that tho Democrat!)
hive had nouu for
CO YOU WANT TO ADOPT A nAnn
Maybe yon think this I n now business,
aendfiur nut bstnea on application I It hat been
Conn before, however, tml norcr have those
furnished ben M nenr the original sample M
thl one, lcryeme will exclaim, "Weill
that's t sweetest tmby I over taw P ThU
little black-and-white murailne run aire
-you buta faint kloaot thoeiquultoorhrlnal.
" I'M A CAHT.'
whlah we propone to Mod to you. trimjpor.
UtlonpalX Tholltilo ilarlln rrata airalnjt
pillow, and U In tho nf t of drawing- off lia
tilnlt aook. the maw of whloh boa tinm pullfU
ofj and nunit aside with n tt urnphanl poo.
Tho flh tlnta are irf oct, nnd the tjn follow
you.no mattorwhcro you tand. Thcrxqui
thU frrcatra t palnllnir o
talntcr of baby life! are to be p.lrrn to thoio 1
Vho (UbacrlDO to Demorpit'j raiunr "(
tna for 1803. The rerrodiicfloni pnnpt be
told frotntho orlirlnal. which .coal HO), and
are the Mm? l . incnoaj. uoJrw
:ii anpo.utt'u i'iwi. ". "--
ff Jb proration, to' present t ourtub.
Loula IM0harap.'iud oPJjJT'0'1i?
enWea of rrhaf
renown. Take only two
alcV," and "A Whlto IlouM Orchid" PT th
wife of rrealdrot llarrlaon, and you will ec
what our promlaca moan. rn.
Thonfl who aubacrlho forDcroorrat'a FamUy
M.ir.ilnn for 1K0 111 poaicaa a all. r of ex
niilllo worka of art of vl?i V??.
ManrtiM that cannot lie eonaicu or oar "
thewotld for Its lMitlful lllastratloni iaod
?d on all the topic of the day, and aU the
faOA and dlfforent IKPH ft InttrfA &
feousohold. bcaldot furnlablnir Interoatlnj
readln rnattr, both trraro atA say. for the
wholo family! and while Uemorat'i ianot
r?aVhlon Ma'Siune, t. aropcr.
In any alw yon chooee. Bend In yuMfe
Ertptlon at onoo. only and you will rcfll
Fet oyer JJ In yalue. Addr ttie pubiier,
W. Jcanlnga J)ctaofMt, IS Kaat Jtta St, New
lOTK. II you aro uwifM.7 -.. -
ru4l0cenllot foc)rnen popy.
FOR 20 YEARS
Hrcs lot! nil Worm Remedies.
EVEHT BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
nn kkd. co, ST. ions.
mi ' nqrw ttr
.tf? TTT5LT CITRKB.
ettlM 'lac nt nlarbtl varai b aur&lklaiaf. I
t - .tin tanner fvrtu ! rwtrndr,
bar.' ?. HbtrVwhUaMty rWJi.f If nl.M. ,f
ai4iA.rMfu.rrMtH ( . rhIU
Orator "And now, my friends, one
word more." (to loy)
"Brine mn a 'ot lnru paper quick."
In oito rosjioat tlm north polo la
lllco a woman's pocket cty llltolv It
is there, but no man cou.u ever llnd It,
"jo, llrowny, you're golnp to bo
married at Inst?" "Yen." "And who
Is to bo best man at the wedding?'
am." Harper's Ilazar.
, "Doctor, I wlah you'd prescribe for
rny complexion." "Ccrtamly, madam,"
returned the doctor, and ho wrote:
"Let It alone." Tit-Hits.
Tho Hill She Had Keen Running;.
Father 'This milliner's bill la
I wou't stand It." Daughter
"You needn't papa, I simply want
you to foot It" -Yankee Hindu,
Guest What's In It Trlvvct
"Conundrum dlnnors nro getting to bo
quite u fad, How do you suppose) they
got that namo?" Dicer "Perhaps the
principal dish la hash." Detroit Free
Gaston "I wondor why Sadfly
didn't try to rescue that lady when ho
Is such an expert swimmer?" Peterson
"Well, you seo ho thought right
at first that It was his wlfo." Pomona
"IVo got rtoman fover I know It,"
said Hatkins. "How did you get It?
asked Mllllken. "I don't know, I'm
sure, unless It en me from somo macca'
ronl I ate last night," said Hatkins.
Kowno do Hout "What did your
wlfo cay when you got homo lastnlght,
Cross?" Chris Ci03s "First toll ma
how much time you hao to spans, "
Rowno do Hout "About ten minutes."
Chrla Cross "Then I can't tell you."
"Thero Is a man who will mako hit
mark ono of theso days in what thoy
call 'modern journalism." "Good writer
Is ho?" "No. Ho Isn't much with is
pen Hut I never know nnyono that
could beat him at getting up a radio."
N nalilngtoti htar.
onco saw u larga
melon hII for two dollars." Uncle
Kuhtus "Dat'a nuthtn', sah. I win
axed ten dollars for un."
"You surely didn't give It?" Uncla
rtastus "No, sah. I wuz bruk, an'tuV
da ten tlayB." Run.
JIIss Pert "I'vo never seen Mr,
Bjcnkb. Is he a handsemo man?" Mlsi
Flyrto "Handsome? Well, that's a
matter of opinion. My own Idea Is that
If beauty wero subject to taxation Mr.
njenhs would bo entitled to a pension."
"They say that a great many llttlo
boys hook green apples," said Johnny's
uncle, "I hono you do not engage in
such things.' "No, Indeed," replied
Johnny. "All ui boys has mado a bargain
that we'll watt and glvo the apples
a chance to 'get ripe," Washington
An Ill-paid minister went to his
deacon to solicit an increase of salary.
"Salary!" said tho dencouf"! thought
you worked for souls?" "So I fio," replied
tho poor man, "but I can not eat
souls. And, If I could, tt would take a
good many souls of your site to mako a
Trarellox Willi fl'heclbairow,
"Pottor, the wheelbarrow crank,"
traveled across the continent in lit!
Ills full name was Dyrnan and his place
of residence Albany, fie was a shoe,
maker by trade, and much given to
boasting of his feats as a pedestrian,
O'l.oary was doing his big walking
about that time and had Just finished a
ten days' walk at New York sltr. One
day In the presence of many witnesses
Potter aald that he himself could outdo
O'Lenry In feat's of endurance. Boms
onn suggested that he walk to ban
Francisco oq trluL Potter did not hev
Itate a moment, but offered to wager
that he could make the trip in a given
length of time, and thai
he could wheel a "paddy" barrow the
entire distance. The money was cOv
ered, and Potter left his home on Dove
street, Albuny, on the morning of April
10, 1S7H, and arrived at Bau Franclsaa
on the evculngof October 0, belDgexaet
l.r ISO days In making the trip. The
wheelbarrow aad load (his clothing and
I yu, wholasaVarugglrH, Toledo, Ohio.
liall'H Ctnk fiute. U tlwjtitwr;
Suggttllonfor a Bummer Trip.
If you with to take tho trip of a
lifetime purchase tho low rata excursion
tlckotfl sold br nil tho principlo
linen in tho United Stntefl nnd Cann-da
via tho Northern Pnclfio Railroad
to Yollowstouo Nntiotlal Park, Pacific
Const and Alaska.
Tho trip Is mado with tho highest
dcfrroo of comfort in tho defiant
trnina of tlm Northern Pacific
Railroad, which enrry dining cars
and luxurious Pullman slooplng cars
from Chicago, St Paul and Minneapolis
to Moutaun and tho Pacific coast,
without change, nnd special Pullman
slonpora from ht. I'nnl nnu Mlnnoap
olia to Ycllowstono Park.
Tho Rcenpry en route is tho most
mntfuiilcent to bo found in tho soven
states through which tho road passes.
Dcautiful mountains, rirors, valloys,
akos and plains follow oacb other in
lanid succoKsion to tlollsht tho tour
rst, who will also flud interest In the
iatrricullural. initiluir. lumborinc, in
duBtrial antl other interests associated
with tho dovelopmout of tho great
Tho crowulng Rlory of tlio triri
througli tho Northnoxt, howevor, is
tho ti.il to VollowNtono Park, tho
laud of hot sDrintrs. cavsers and iror
ireoiis canong, and to Alaska with ita
ondlesa ocean ehauuels, snowcappod
peaks. Indian villages and giant glaciers.
If you nishtoinrostigalo this suggestion
further send to Charles S.
Feo, Gouoral Pajnengpr Agent, N. P.
R. R., St. Paul, Minu., for copies of
tho handsomely Illustrated liWPRHer
land" book, Yellow Slono Parle and
Never ask the dovil to dinner unices
you aro willing to tako him as a reg
l(.n. m1,1 anriltm ,. tin tnttmniat
iiiutij um oviiuic,. 11 fW w.,,.,VM
UUIUU1U Ulnliuuva tillltu IU tun dvmiw.
have sineo been permanently cured of
It bv Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Rmeflj. For snlo by Blake-
more & Wood, tfrugfjista.
There is only now and then a man
who has religion enough to
iitisfy his next door noighbor,
Tho amount tho Lemon Chemical
Co. proposes to pay nuvotie who will
nrnrn that nnr ono of the tootimonials
conceriiiuir the wonderful effects of
Lemon Chill Touic. aro not genuine.
Any ouo can tyrjte fjattoriug articles
and rigu ficlitioua uumtw, buf'Injon
Chill louio" stauds at the head as a
H!ood Purifier, a general tonic nud
appetizer. Lrmou Chill louio is as
pleasant as lemonade and as largo as
Iho rt'L'iilur dollar wzn. Ask for Lem-
ou Chill route atul iusiht on getting
tthrtt rou nik fur. THktuiOsuustitute
but giLa anil you "ill thmik
ihU nam. fur ilrikw inu utir attention
to Iih uierils. 1'riiw f)0t', '"or sale
and Kiiaraiitettl by If, C, liardwick,
IIopkiuMilit', and Masou it Willi",
When Iho del il can't make people
ulwut tli ir religion ho a
i hem 'ay Un) much.
An Ejglldh mlinlral Nays; 'It is
tru , the Itfo naving bervicrt of Auier
ica in not etinalotl any where iu the
world." UnUo true that Ayer'it Cher
ry I'ector 1 saves, niiiiu.illy, thou'
sands of lived. Invaluable in sudden
colds, throat, and lung troubles.
Tho devil always agrees with the
man who says he can't two any use in
trying to bo religious.
The Handsomest Lady In
MopUiisviilojcinarkpi! in u frli'inl the
oilier uuy mat Btiu nmuiv ivciuiia i.ai
sain for Hie throat und iun' iv a
stitcrioi' rcini'ih. a it slopp.d her
cuiikIi itiftntitly when oilier lenicdles
had no pflVtl whatever. So to nrovo
this and .oil of It- ineril any
druirirists will kIvc ou h hot-
llo free. ainHl.OO,
Tho dovil will norerbe drivon clear
out of tho church whilo the cook stove
and oyster supper stay in.
The Population of '
IIonkiiKVlliU it. about 7.UUU ami we
would say at least ono half are troub
led with hoiiih allcctloii of tho throat
and liiii(,'s, a tluxe complaints nro
slullsllcs, iiioio uuinerouj
ihnii olhcri, Avo would advlso all
our leader, not to neu'lficl tliu oniior
tunity to call on their drtiguUt and
get a bottle of Kemp's llalsam for tho
throat and lime. Trial bottle free.
Largo bottlo fiOc. and Jl. Sold by all
It is wondorful bow many different
ways thoro aro la which somo people
manage to brag on themsolvos.
Stop That Cough.
Uavo you caught cold from oxpos
uro to tho wind, storm or weather? If
so got a 50o bottlo of Lomon Chill
Touic and take a teaspoonful three
times a day and you will bo able to
break it up at onco. It is made of t ho
purest rock candy syrup with tonics
and is a universal remedy for coughs or
cslds, neuralgia or la grippe. Put up
in large bottlen. As pleasant to take
as lomonado Insist on getting "Lomon
Chill Tonic" and tako no substitute.
For salo and guaranteed by It. 0,
1Tar,l,L'Ii.1r TTM.hI,tavlHt. nnil ItfAnnn
""". :'v?. ""i : ""i -
it wills, rv'ensteau, liy.
Tho dovil hates tho man who calls
him by his right name.
Big Excitement In Town
Ovor tlio cures by tho
grainiest eiccli1c of tho ace, Aunt
Faiinv's Health Restorer, which acts
as a natuie'a laxative, stimulates
tho dlge.tlvo organ, rogulatcs tho
liver und kiiliievs and U nature's
gro.t healer and health ruuowor.
II you nave muiioy, i.ivcr or ihooii
Dlteiilcr do not delay, hut cull at It.
C. Harilwlck'i drugstoiefora frco
trial package. Largo slzo COc.
Tho man who will steal chickens
can't sou much in theology,
May Save $60 In Cash,
Acting gently on tho livor and bow-
owls Lemon Chill Tooio keopi tho
syetoui in a healthy condition aud
wbother an n general toulu for tho pm
veutlou of chills you will And it will
act like magic, glvo you nu appetite
aud renewed euorgy nud still avoiding
tho unpleasant effects of tho quinine.
Your children will cry for it aud we
flud tho grown folks do not object to
taking pleasant modlclno when it
serves tho purpoee much better tliau
nausoatlug stuff Price 0O0.
For salo and iruaruutoxHT br R. C.
Ilardiviclf, llopkiusvillo, and Mason
List of lotU.ru roniAlulog In Post
OfGce for tho last thirty days, and if
not callod fnr in two weeks will be
sent to tho doad letter oflico Wash
Ingtou, D. 0
Alma, Mary Baker, Polls MIm
llrown, Kmlly Mia llnckner KmmaMlaa
lionlca, l.lioa Mrs n.lier, l.uey
lUMirrtl, Willie IllnntU
Oarhon I'll. Ciiokief, Kmina K
Cwk.ey. Kil IIm l.lcuientt', Malllo Mile
I'rttnineil, Kits MIm Coleman, Kd
t'apollnger, Mary oolite. Maitle Mill
Cllpiier, Owen Colcinao. II M
Crabliee, Untie. Mr. li.'am, I'eraby Mra
IKibton, J i Mr.
lleTlnt, Mary, Mtia Hiilwn, .Vcltlo Ml.
llulln. lllco Iialmay, Millie
OiilMnn.UI, Dulln. Mat
Kdwarili. Harry Klllntt, 1' M
Honer, Millie Freeman. Oiman
re rrill, a M llreen, Kenny, MIm
lruba,KMiaMln (illea. Mauds
(taret, Harah (limlcn, Marprata Mn
(larlner, Toredo Mlaa llemlili, tillle MIm
llak)eu.Jeiale Ml., lladdiick, Jcule are
Ilnlton, M Dlluo .lenklna, llnraco
Jnnre, Nellie I, Mln donea, Annie Mra
Klrkmana J I King, Madia Mlu
Kcley. W'alther W Ur
anila, JcmIo l.srklna, TMra
IjlTelty.AU Ijtuder, A A It
Und ley, Amelia Mr ..odfre, Ohia K
Miller Matllta Mlaa Mun-ell, Alice MIm
Mllier.Tllllev Merrill. Wetley
McUrary, Mary Ml. llolannon, l1
Mnxley,tieorgla,Ml.a Maildox J
Moiirait, Jame. A Myeta,HII
Mnntpn),lhoma Miachain. Watt
Ncal, Annie Newman. J A MI'i
Ormliitr, Mills MIm Oirena, Mule Walton
Narclaaa Mr. riiillliaO W
I'llllS t.illo. lde, Jane Mra
Itotiori., MarxartU Hhlp, llob
staiupa, HO Un
Jcnact Mrt Hlniinoni, J K
Shaw, 'I out Stephen, lewla
Smith, W KSery Tcnneaeee, Jarkaon
Tiioma., Ii.tr iil.t Tiiinaon, Millie
Verbey, J W Wood, A 1
Wllaon. John.Capt We Mi 0
Witty, Kate, Mra Walltr. Klloke
Weat Ixiii Wallace uaitla
Weal, uollle Wllllame. Haute
Whltaker, vary iviiicr, ucorua
persons palling for qoj of those
lotters will pleaseaay adrertisod.
J. W. Dbeatuht, P. M.
Chicago. Milwaukee fit St. Paul Rail
Qenoral Passengor Department.
Chicago, 11., October 15, 892.
('The King of Fran e with twenty ihoq.an,
Marched up the hill, and then
To IJegularly Allth.oriied Ticket
Agents of Railway Companies in tho
In May last, eleven Chicago ticket
brokers were indicted by the Grand
Jury for violation of iho Illinois Sta,'o
Law in the selling of tickets without
a license from a railway company.
Immediately thereafter tho local n
sociation of ticket Brokers declared a
"boycott" ogaiust tlm Chicago, Mil
waukeoAjSt, Pail ((dijway, claiming
that there as mllicleut evidence
against it to warraut the belief thai
this Company wt for
prosecution of the en..
That no such eviileuoo wasinthr
possossiou of the btuker nt Unit time,
or at r.ny time, U irt tniilneeil by
tho fet thai 1 have Ixcn mlu ileil b
brokors to dny ulllcmUy thut th
Railway Comp.uy wah nupon'ible for
tha actsof tho prowuling purlies.
I hnvti neither (ituietl tor i.Uirnied
anythiug in regard lo the iimtttr, anil
would U ot even unw say ontthiiig in
referent! lo tho nubject were h not for
tho fact that Iu a recent on
ono of tho priucip il hro! en iufoi tned
me that fifty oi.e (51) ticket Keller iu
Chicago ticket brokers' offices w ero continually
using their utmost endeavors
lo prevent passengers from patroniz
ing our line, nnd wero urging our regular
patrons to travel over the liuot of
our competitors, and he b.lievod that
serious inroads on our revenues- were
being made by the Chicago brokors
fjqcj theif "cqfrttjpondoutB" iu various
cities of tho United States, and that
sooner cr luttir, this Company would
be coin polled to malci eace with iU
Theunitett efforUof nit tliiCh ci,'i
ticket brokors liavj tlnu far boen
without- avail iu dotroyiug our rove
uue. Our passenger caruiiigi, for the
four months ending Sept. .'VKIi 1892,
ohow the handsome increase of $131,-
(107,1? oyer tho oorrpjiuJirli,'r,arlCK''
last year. Naarly all of this Is ou bug
haul competitive traffic, for moH ot
which wo aro indobtod to our thous
amis of frieuds the regularity
ticket agents iu all parts of
tho oounlry and to regular patrons
who know nud appreciate the merits
of our through car linos, and who aro
not patrons of illegitimate ticket ofn
The so-called 'boycott" of tho tick
ot brokors ha Iwen a positive bouoQt
to us. American1), tho greatest travelers
on earth, recoil at usj of tb
torm, and tho majority of them will
not barter their independenco of
thought and action for the silvery
offered by the middlemen
who prey alike upon the pnlillo nud
Our friends among tho ngutt.r tick
ot agents have boon tlooded with circulars
from tho Chicago Board of
brokers, with the intent txlo harm
to this Company. Among them was
ono circular wuiclt statos that this
Company had sout a ropresontntiro to
appear betoro Cougroas and endeavor
to uavo the payment of ticket com
missions stoppod. Tho authors of tho
printed statement know that It was a
lie. Fabrication suoh as those disgust
all honest inoo. Seven thousand
coupon ticket agonts havo quietly ig
nored the appeals of the brokers for
support in their alleged "boycott'
and favored ui with the salo of so
many through tickets ovor our lino
during tho past four months that wo
feel that wo ought not longer rofraln
from expressing our thanks nnd appreciation
of their practical services
in our behalf whilo uodorgoing the
"suspicion" of boing the promoters of
a crusado against a class of persons
whose very existonco is a menace to
tho host interiwU of bulh tho nubile
With thninaiidi of regular ticket
ngouts using their iiilluetiro in behalf
of our Company tip feel quite at oasn
and nootl not worry over Iho fjtlle nf.
forts of tho ticket brokers in
Chicago and their "correspondents"
iu other cities of tho United Statea,
Tha King ol Franco, Willi larnly Ihouaiud
Marched up Iho hill, and then..
Marched down sgsla,"
Very truly yours,
GEO. II. HKAFFORD,
Geooral PsAsonger and Ticket Agent,
D.Q. IIRADW c.
PITH AND POINT.
yoit nro in trouble don't expect
sympathy from people who hare nevr
had any. Ham's Horn.
-"My boy," said the musician to his
son, "don't bo too shnrp nor yet too flat
Just bo natural. " wasnington star,
Tho spider Is possibly the only thing
living that rnn linve a fly thno of It
without tiring punished, Atchlanu
It mnkesn difference, aliout a mini's
valtto whether you take htm nt his own
estimation or that of his wife. Texas
H depends on how the canvass goes
whether or not the candidate can afford
duck In November.
From the manner In which
success depended on his hair it
has been Inferred that he was a piano
player. Washington Star.
To receive a paper three or four
years without i paying for It Is enough
to destroy the delinquent subscriber's
respect for the publisher. Galveston
"That man," said the coachman,
pointing to a gentleman going down
the street, "has to work verr hard."
"For his living?" "No; for mine." N.
A fashion Item declares that the
new sleeves are neither very high nor
very full. Itlght here la where the
now sleeves differ from tho old Jag.
"I think," sntd the man who saw
the distortions of his ready-made clothes
reflected In n glau mirror, "that this
voud unquestionably bo a suit for
Jlbel." Washington Star.
Little Hoy (with swollen face)
"Oh, tlearl I wish I was grandpa, or
eUe tho baby." Lit-tic
Hoy "Grandpa's teeth Is all gone
ami baby's hasn't come yet"
it Evens Things.
"Full traay a flower le bora to bloeb oneeen,
And wa.ta Ita iwoetneas on Iho doaert air;"
pot ml'llon. more aro born la florhtal ibopn,
And sold or price, thit )mt raaia one a,Vt
Mr. Quo Bee "Sneaky sort of a
man? What do ynu mean, sir?" Witness
"Well, sorr, he's the sortuf a man
that'll never Jpolt re straight in Ul
face until ycr back's turned.I'unch,
aged flve.carrles water for tho
chickens. At breakfast one day hla egg
was too soft for him, After looking at
It a moment he crlod out: "Mamma,
these chickens have been Having too
"Mercy!" exclaimed Mrs. Home
spun when she read In tho paper that
Jny Gould made ten cents every time
the clock ticked. "I should think ho'd
be worried for fear the clock would run
down." Boston Transcript
Chicago Love. I'Do you think vqu
wilt always lov o mo aa much as you do
now?" ho Mild, aa they cat together on
thesofn. "You can Just gamble your
last red I will," said tho sweet and coy
mitden, who had been born and brought
UP ui Chicago. Urooklyn Lugle.
Master (toCookl "You needn't say
anything to your mlstrrsK, Jane, but
have you a policeman for a sweethearts"
Cook (ludlgnantly) "Certain iflt,
atrl" you'll have to get
ouo or else leave. I want some one to
cat up tho cold mutton."
"I'm so sorry to have missed New
York in season," said the English visitor.
"I presume I've missed a great
deaL" "Well, I don't know," ssltj t)tl
:. U - 'j z
young wmn.au. UVou ore tioro tn
Watermelon aeasoni and, after all, the
watermelon la more American than our
society." Harper's Uaiar.
A NATURAL WONDER.
TtS f.!3 3l Cold Te a Vrotly flood
The drummer had finished telling a
remarkable atory when an old man,
who had been listening quietly, squared
Ilia chair and put In.
"That yarn nf yours don't surprise
me a bit," ha said, earnestly, "I nsed
to live In the went myself, and had some
strange experiences In the mountains."
"A.S tp how? Inquired thu drummer,
with noma show i.f resentment
"Well, In every way. I was a cow
boy, and miner, and stago driver,
and merchant and a little of
everything; but the oddrst thing
that ever happened to m,B hp4
knocked, my chances for beoomlng
a millionaire silly took tii.ico In a wild
valley about a hundred unties from
Denver. I had gone there with niy
partner protpocting and ono day in
digging nround sort of prtimlscous we
struck a vein of pare soda, white as
snoiy !d tftiatitlritl Vq look at Wa
droyon shaft Into It to the depth of a,
hundred feet and found there was
enough In It to make us rich, bo we
went back to ifenver nnd brought out
somo inpltallaU and they were eager
to buy l( on the spot While the dlcken
WH8 on, nnl j'l't leoro wo had ngrcetj
upon a priqoa uoupie or rciiotys rounl
a sour tasting spring about a hundred
feet up tho hill and they began to drill
a hole -to soe what It was. They
found out mighty quick, too, for
they hit a vein of vinegar
In about twenty feet nnd a
big three-Inch stream camo nut with a
pish t.hut they couldn't clieqlf, and hf
fort anybody nail llino to do anything
it had swooped down the narrow gorge
and was running head on Into our soda
Tho old man stopped and tho drummer
aaked what difference that made.
"Never saw an alkali and an aetd,
piunblne, ) reckon, did, you?" euelaliued
the old man. "I never aaw tho genuine
thing myself till that day, and wo all
saw It then, when from the mouth of
that shaft there heaved up fifty feet
Into the air a six-foot square column of
stzz nnd lather and foam till ynu
couldn't see nnythlng else In the gorge.
We couldn't stop the vinegar, nnd for ft
month she slzzcd away aud thero wasn't
enough soda left In the pocket to tone
up a biscuit nltli."
Then the old man, with a solemn look
at the drummer, got up and went.pff to
bod. Detroit r roe iTcvs.
Ladles and geiilleineii "iifleilnt
with tluoat nud lung to
call nlour diugstiii'u f r a holllu of
uuo. ' ii i-.vv ii iuiiiiiiiiiiriiiu(iiig
froci of sliaro Mid we inn coiillilenl.
ly recommend It as a uparlor remedy
for Coughs, t'oM n, la,
Consumption and nl ill.eu.es nf III
tluoat und lungs. It will slop u
cough nulckor than an) known remedy,
We will giiitruiitco II In emu
you, If your children havo citmp
or whooping cough It Is sine to give
lnit.iit to let". Don't delay. Im get
atrial buttle free. Largo size SCc,
.Sold by, It. C Ilur.lwlr.r7
Tho United Staltw government has
decided to open, Nov. '22, J8!)2, for
uttttleiiicnt under tho homestead law,
tho unearned lauds of the Marquette
ti Littlu Ray Du Noquet Railroad,
liereloloro reserved I tout euiry, iu
Northern Michigan, At tha Bame
time tho right of Iho Outouugon it
llrulo Itiver Kailroad bos boon tlenlwl
to a largo tjact of land iu the upper
Peninsula of Michigan. This give
an iiiipreceiieiueti cnaucn 10 locate
yaluablo tirabor nnd mineral lauds,
whloh are among tho host In tho upper
Poulnsuln, and are reachod ouly oyer
the North Star Route (Milwaukee it
Northern Railroad) between Chicago
MR. PIELD'8 OWN STORY.
flow the Cable toil al Sea Was neeorared
At a dinner given to Mr. Field by the
New York chamber of commerce, November
in, ISO), he told ntioitt tho recovery
of tho enbto which was lost It.
tho ocean's tied In these wnnlsl
"After landing tho rnblo safely at
Newfoundland wo had another task-to
return to mldocran and recover that
lost In the expedition of last year. This
achievement has, perhaps, exulted morn
surprlso than thn other. It was tha triumph
of tho highest tinutlcnl nnd engineering
skill. We had four ships, and
on board of them somo of the tiest seamen
in who know the
ocean as a hunter knows every trail In
the forest Thero was Capt Morlnrlty,
who waa In the Agnmcmnon Iu 1857-S,
"lie wns tn tho (treat Knstrrn, last
yenr, and niw the cabin when It broke;
and he nnd Cnpt Anderson ntonce
took their otmervntlons so exnet that
they could go right to the spot After
finding It, they marked the line of tha
cablo by a row of buoys, for fogs would
como down nnd shut out sun and stars,
so that no man could tako an observation.
These buoys wero anchored a
few miles apart They were mtmlieretl,
nnd each hnd a flag-staff on It so that
It could be seen by day, and u lantern
by night Thus having tnken our tearing,
we stood off three or four miles,
so us to come broadside on, nnd then,
casting over the grapnel, drifted slowly
down upon It, dragging the Imttom ot
tho ocean as we went At first It was a
little awkwnrtl to tlsh In such deep
Water, but our men got used to it, nnd
soon could cast a grnpnel almost as
straight aa an old whaler throws a
"Our Ashing line was of formidable
size. It was mado of rope, twisted with
wires of nteel, so as to be itr a strain of
thirty tons. It took nlmt two hours
for the grapnel to reach bottom, but wo
could tell when It struck. I often went
to the bpw and aa, on the rope, nnd
could fool by tho qnlvcp Mint the grapnel
wis dragging on thj ttotUnn two
mllen under us. Hut it was a very alow
business. Wehad storms nnd calms and
fogs and squall.
"Still wo worked on day after day.
Once, on tho ith day of August we got
the cablo up and had It In sight for five
minutes a long, slimy monster, fresh
from the oozo of the ocean's bed; but
our men began to cheer so wildly that
It seemed to bo frightened, nnd sudden
ly broke away and went down Into the
The accident kept us at work two
weeks longer.but finally, on the last day
of August, we caught It We had east
the grapnel thirty times. It was a little,
after midnight on Friday night that wo
iooln'il thr cable, and It waa a little
after midnight on Sundny morulng
when we got it pn board. What was
tho anxiety of those twenty-six hours!
Ihe strain on every man's life was like
the strain on the cable Itself. When
finally It appeared It was midnight;
the lights of the ship and In tlu Vttts
around our bows as they Hashed In the
faces of the men, showed them eagerly
watching fur the, cable lo appear on
"At length It was brought to tho sur
fac. All who wero ullnwod to approach,
crowded forward ttiajo It Yet
tint a word waa spoken; ouly tho voloea
of the nfucrra In comniiil wero
heard givlngonlers. AH felt at If Ufa and
death hung on tho Issue. It wns only
when It wns brought over the bow and
cm the deck that men dared to breathe.
Even then they hardly believed their
eyes, crept It to foe.! of
It to be Buro It was, tqer. Thou wo
earried It along to the electrician'
room to sea If mr long-sought treasure
wna alive or dead.
"A few mliutet of auspen j and a
flash told of the Hghtnlnj current
again set free. Then did tho feeling
Ipng pent up burst forth. Some turned
away their heads and wept; others,
oroite into encers, ana the cry rax from,
man o rain, o,n,cl wag heard down In,
WO engino mains, neck below deck.
nnd from tho boats on tho Water, and
the othor ships, while rockets lighted
up the darkness if the sen.
"i nen, wiw tnanutui hearts wq
turned our faces ngalq q tho west.
Hot sooq the wind, rowand for thirty
six hours we wero exposed to all the
dangers of a- storm on tho Atlantic.
Yet, In tho very height and fury of tho
gaie, as I sat In the electrician s room.
a flash of light came up from the deep,
which. Having crossed to Ireland, enrna
back to mo In mid-ocean, tolllntr that
thouc s,q dear to mo, whom I had left on
tno banks of the Hudson, were well
and following us with their wishes and
"This was like a whisper of God from
the sea, bidding me to keep heart and
hope. The Great Pastern bore hersell
prounlB through the storm as If sh
knew that the vital cord which was t
Join tho two hemispheres hnng at het
stern, and so on Saturday, tho 7th ot
September, we brought our second
cable safely to the shore."
Afterward, In speaking of hla great-cat
work, Mr. Field saldi
"It has been a long, hard strtlglflo,
nearly thirteen years of anxious watch.
ng and ceaseless tolL Often my heart
has bem ready to sink. Many times
when wandering In the forests of New
foundland, In the pelting rains nr on
the decks of ships, on dark night
alone, far from home I have almost rc
cused myself of madness nnd folly to
sacpneo tne jieaoo or my family and
al) the hopes of my life for what might
proro alter all but a dream.
"I havo seen ray companions, ono and
another, falling by my side, anil I fear.
ed that I, too, might not live to see the
end. And yet one hopo has led mo on,
and I have prayed that I might not
taste or death till this work was accom
pllshed, That prayer is answered, and
pow, beyond all acknowledgments to
men is the feeling of gratitude to At
pilghty God.-N. Y. Times.
THEY. LIKE THE DATH,
Venetian. Are reonle Who Can Thoroughly
Knjoy tho Water.
There Is one great popular enjoyment
In Venice tho bath. Everyone bathes.
There Is noplace In tho world, perhaps,
where there la such a general taking to
tho wntcr ou every summer day; and
not tho day only cither, but all night
as well. It is so convenient to walk to
the door of one's own house and plunge
from the yory threshold Into tho clear,
So at almost every hour, gliding In
your gondola along thq smaller canals,
you pass among merry parties of
bather", who swim aliout your boat
like sea nymphs and Tritons about old
Neptuuo'a car. They chatter at you
gleefully, perhaps splash wato at yon,
or swim up anil inalaton shaking hands
With dripping fingers over the gunwale
of tho boat
These swimmers In the canals are
chiefly children, but sometimes they
Include a whole family party, old and
young. In the great harbor tho street
boys plunge by hundreds. Such swimmers
as they are tool They turn somersaults
na they leap from the quays, and
perform almost countless tricks In the
water, until ono fancies them a school
of dolphins nt play.
These aro the people with tho accent
on "people." The people with thu accent
ou "tho" go elsewhere to bathe
antl ohlefly to the Lido. There aro
glorious sanda nnd the water Is
despite the absence of surf.
A barrier of rope divides the women
bathers from the rue'h. Noivhcra can
one Bud more accomplished swimmers,
or moro graceful, than on the women's
ll.I ... mn. .. ..,.,... i. ,.
to offer ss ltttla resistance to
their wearers' passage through the wa
ter as possible. For hrond
brimmed straw hats nro worn, though
generally half nf them nro left floating
on the water while their owners dlvo
Italian womon nro mitnfniMnf get
their hair tvnl. Cl,.. ...... .... ..n i
silk enps nt the Lido, nor any women
wtfu r ..im niu nen ipufa, limy
Ihoy nil jjet their ln.rivnkhitf wct.iunl
when thoy como nut they loosen It niitl
lotlt ilry hnnifluK oror their shoi.Mcr
rpl.. MA.. -. il..,.. - .i
iiu iMLii uyv mivt) nuiniK BsTi.n.ucn
trw Mi artiiintsi f ntstr In ttasv 1,1
.aaw s..ae a a.a uiij lis IHO put III.
SiY.tninlny, lntlm), U nn tmnnrtmit
.--S .. tall..u.. il- I. i.
ilo not content t1iemoWpi with r ttr
tcMiour'n fn1lc In tho wnvrv, they ?o
In ... . r ,i m ,,...l 1rtn.1.,t. ,.f .,., t..,,. ,,. am
h V.n, .,l m,,l, ,1, ,,l, (tl,ll,
two, or even three. Ynnhco lll.ule.
A Neat Shut.
'Thn prettiest shot I ever snw wns
made by a woman," unld a Wisconsin
sportsman. "I wns surveying In Illinois,
nnd stopped for dinner nt tho
cabin of a settler named Jiiuhrn. Wo
sat In tho shade l.y thn enl.U door
while Mra .tunken dinner,
while a little liny, lens than
a year old, was creeping about the blir
yanl. Suddenly wc heard' the sharp
of a rattlesnake. Fullv llftv
yards awsy a big fellow wits colled up,
wiiuo wunin ten icei oi, ntui creeping
directly townnl It, was the child, Tn
cry out would cause tho rattler to
strike, and to reach the child In tlmo to
save It wns Impossible. Tho snnko'a
head shot forward, nnd nt the same lu
st mt n sharp repirt rang mil from Iho
cabin window and tho snake rolled
headless ou tho gross. Wo found Mrs.
Junken lying In a faint ncross the sttll
smoking rllW. Klio had hit the nil tier's
head on tho fly at fifty ynnb,'. Golden
I'rtibably Iho Medicine
A doctor who waa treating one nt his
patients for a simple but tedious disorder
found the man In such an Irrita
ble condition thathc began tnchuer.hlm
up. Hut his words fell on dwtf ears, for
the man had been housed up so long
that ho was firmly convinced that his
time had come.
"Tut, tut," said the doctor "I'll have
you round again In a few days. If you'll
keep quletand take thn medlelne. Why,
man, I suffer from the same complaint
as you myself,"
There wasa look of compassion In the
patient's ryes as he resulted out tho
bottle and said:
"In that rase, doctor, take somo of
this medicine yon pmserlbed for me."
The man had grown almost hopeful
under the lnlluenee of the doctor's reassuring
words, but his hopes were
cruelly dashed tho next moment as the
medical man drew kick from the bottlo
with a ler and replied: "'o,
thjnlts." .,. Y.
Giving NobUUy Uho Credit Miss
Merry "What roahru yuu think Count
Do Poor will not return to the sea
shore this year?" Ur Iloliaon "lie.
cause Mrs. FooMlaiay sent bar ilia
nioiuU to Uitvn wl'n him to be cleaned"
- Gent "Yon have coiao about the
place of cnaeUniaii, Can yuu drive
lonljr nn curefUli?" Applicant
"O tilnl.i, doctor; I was live years
i hman to an undertaker." Leso-
thought you said
that eafn of yours was burglar proof?"
llmwu ".So It Is," Cobwlggcr 'Thou
how did tho thieves steal what you Und
In It?" llrown "Why, they carried
off the safe." N Y. Sun.
Tom (of Pittsburgh) "Did you tea
tno aurora oorealls while you wero
east?" Laura (of Oahkosh) "No Vou
now there ore very ftw Ihcataia open
at this season of the year." Httiburirh
IN THE LAND OF DIKE3.
A rio.one of lb. 'rrplral Old t'ariiihouio tt
Tho old farrrih.ou.ia usually consists of
a kitchen, n largo living room, n clicma
room, a dairy, two small bedrtMiins in
tlio garret and at tlm luck (forming
part of tho main building), the big cow
stablo with Its huge loft nnd a wide
space In tho middle, where threshing
and winnowing are s.llll donu In tho
prlmltlvo fashion. Hay ricks with
movnbla roofs on four poles, various
barns or sheds, and an outside klUhon
called the "baking house," where tho
rough work Is done (food cooked for
tho cattle, etc), surround tho main
The "haklog house" Is often used as
living room In summer, nnd Is more
cheerful than tho solemn apartment
Into which tho visitor Is
Invariably ushered. A wide chimney
lined with tiles stretches nearly
across ono side of this room; but
tho open fire on the hearth has long
ago disappeared and given place to nn
stove, Qaalnl brass lire Irons
hang behind It, nnd on either sldo Is an
armchair, differing from Ita humbler
brethren only In tho possevston of
wooden arms. If there Is a baby In tho
family It Is likely to be reposing In a
cradle with green baize curtains as
nrnr aa possible to tho fireplace, In
all laws of health. Two or
three large cupboards, sometimes handsomely
carved, always kept well polished,
stand against the whitewashed
walla Ono of them generally has
glass doors In tha upper part, and on Its
shelves the family china often of groat
value Is exposed to view. Unfortunately,
these heirlooms In old families havo
been largely bought up by enterprising
Sometimes, however, sentiment h&j
proved stronger than tholorsof money,
and the fanner has not parted with his
family possessions. In a comer of the
room a chintz curtain, or aomotlmea a
double door, shows where the big press
bed is an Institution of
times which, to the peasant mind, has
no Inconveniences whatever. Iu tho
middle of the room a table stands on a
carpet, aud, as pcoplo take off their
shoes at the door and go about In tholr
thick woolen stockings, neltbor It nor
the painted floor ever show signs of
mud. Another tnblo stands near ono
of the windows, ot which thero aro two
or threo. The linen Mindanao closely
meet the spotless muslin curtains,
which are drawn stiffly ncross tho lower
panes on two horizontal sticks, that u
Stray sunbeam can nanny mane its way
into the room, even If il has been able
to struggle through the thlek branches
of the dipt lime trees that adom the
front of the houso. On one of the tables
a tray stands, with a hospitable army
of cups and saucers, teapot, etc, and Is
protected from the dust by a crochet or
muslin cover, The huge family Ulblo,
with Ita big brass olasns, has an honored
place, often on a stand by Itself, Hough
wood-cuts or cheap prints, and a group
of family photographs, which donot
flatter the originals, are hung on the.
II Might Haver flop,
Oss osnnet s too careful In speech
at the risk of hilar subjected to do-served
ertttoUr. A shrewd-looking
old man stood In front ol a joweler'a
Wtnaew, gazing at a queer-looking
clonic One of the affable clerks was
staualnr In the doorway. 'Thst's a
very funny oloalt," said the old man.
"What do you oall Itr "That's a
spring lever chronometer," replied ths
slsrk, I'and It will rnn for fur hun
oren nays wiwont winding." "Thai's
s mar umt," exolalwsd tha old man, i
is u boon to the
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J. S. AI'PLEMAN, M. D
formerly I'rofe.mr of rrarllrr of Mtsllctrio
r.ieciricai .Meilici College.
Now I'hnmluitig Phynicinn
lortsvitt , xv.
Thursday, Nov. 1-7.
ono dar imlr. rMtiinliiK ..... r,,,.., .. ... t .
durlns the year, litun V a. m, to iu in,
Ur. Apl'lemanli a graduate of fiellevue lloa.
jdtal Medical Collegy, New torkl'lty, and the
Medical Collrcr, .iimnto, I an. lie
has mado a ipcclal eindy of Iho dl.oaaethe
treat. In Ihe lesl ItellMue and Charily Una.
pllalaforeeieral years and rrci.nnltra tii,anpr
rlorln dlSKnoaliia; nnd Ireailna t immlo Ilia.
caaea. Ilo derolea all hla thno in the liestmcnt
otihmnleandnervnua dlaea.ea of Ixith aeiet
asdhltiklUatanosnettlnlhl. Maw o( cawa
a wen ratauntneii l real, .nrceeafulli and
"" nu t nrunie vai.rrli. Illiialnir In
Kaea, lie. fur.., IM.cu.ea K I lie i:.u, I jr.
No... Throm, l.uniia, Klilneya, Urinary
llrtihl'adlac.M. Ulaheie Con.
Ulpatlon, UUeumallr.u. ami
KlillOliar Or St. lto.lll.rl. riiM.1
lounir or mlil.fte.aacit men anHerlnz frtm
Speroialnrihoa, lmHtonry, hniinlona, ll.e
:...."..' rrrr mum-Iran iioie
II It too late. Wo fuat.nlre a cure If rate
Kurauou hair and all ernpUunaol Iho face
permanently rt more.!.
Wood and Skin Diseases.
AtHypbllla.rrfula, vulture, Otaol. eta
ctire.1 byne.rfallln rt'iucllc,
IMa..ut women. ucli
monatruallnn, ment of wbmu, Iwar.
Ina tlnan ialiia In hark rellettd In aimrl lime.
I!e Doctor eatilc. all hi. wnaMe In.irti.
luenieandciine. prrp, t.iriaoilfi. ti,e t
imiiit ue.Ur. ,
lit fine. 11
J.b. tiM'Lh.MAN, M D.
Mississippi "i alley Route
Yazoo & Mississipi
Valley R. R. Co,
THt POPULAR LINE
. i.ni nt., i.aion not ok,
s. tKUr 4s.
I llfhtdll Hi
tm Mtuitin rutrj
... (laMattusa, and arr.t
-- ,ui nl
. , ..uili liui,.ili. and
tiL, l.uli the II.
f.t rtitlei, ,lai.la
"ell., lfe pica
l" V'lji'isj IrwrUu'lulvrliM
rwnruiin ant bout
tin 1i ilntt are ot
im until A.m ..in
xlilfir.nl ri.lliu.inionetnlrepliia (..ralttin
lietwren tlneluiiall, liul.tllle and
N iw initio. ,t In ltnMi
ForT1meTahle,Mapt'cJdert, and brlceof
F. L. DRAKE,
Division Passenger Agent.
Lb &, Ui Do Be
I UK UiiKaT
rhrough Trunk Line
pet ecu tnscltleao
Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis
v.lle Evnnsvillc St. Louis,
Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile and New
WITHOUT UII ANNE!
Shortest & Quickest Route
From St. Itiis, Evnnsville and
Henderson to the
SOUTHEAST &. SOUTH
From above cities to Nosh,
villo nnd Chattanooga,
making direct con-
PULLMAN PALACE 0AIU3
tor AtiniiM, Navaiiimn,
Connections aro made at Guthrie and
wnsnvii'o tor all tm int.
North, East, 8onth and West, f i
In Pullman Paluco Cars. CsJ
this rond will reolvo sccJhI Jon rntos,
Soo agontn of thin company for rntoa.
routes Ac, or write to
0. P. Atuobe, Q. P,.tT, A,
BERRSTTTR K rrnasi Jr
I hire fur ulo a chotcoloi of thonehkreil
erkildr lloga, all uxet now ready for delivery,
Alioiliorilioin cowa and oalrei, Iwih teiet,
reiliterodorellnlhla to leelatrT. n farmar'a
"u' ISAAC GAliROTT,
Pleasant Viow Stock Farm,
r ... IciiWaUee that do nut In I I uf 1 1
1"; ,",,l;f, ri loHnwra wna LuuneM or
eV'istaiWi I. eullila un and ljuunn. akA .,.i.rd