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Cumberland Rlrer Traffic.
Tli liupurtnnco of traflio on the
iaB'crlnud river is evidenced by
uHceinont mado by II. V.
it manufacturer and capitalist,
r ail.Jlle. to the cllect that a
it will bo built at tho north
r tli wharf in that city. This
, .Nashville's river front a
i uiug appearance, an effect
, ,, ,s loon largoly produced by
uik' of the Illinois Central
ithcrn Ilnilwnv passenger
, i freight sheds, The
tt i' river depot is) to onablo
. t deliver their consign-
tUv Meaiiiboat companion at
. . instead of having to wait
. i .at conies to the , wharf,
tv have to do. Livington
Badly Mixed Up.
, mi Rrown, of Winterton, N.
- , .1 very remarkuble experience;
Doctors got badly mixed up
, . ne snld heart disease; two
hidney trouble; the fourth,
..n, andt he fifth, stomach and
i le but none of them helped
y wife advised trying Electric
, w uh are restoring me to per-
if One bottle did mo more
,r all the five doctors pre-
(lUarantcud to cure blood
a ,tkne8 and nil stomach, liver
. , lomplainta, by J. H. Ormu,
ii ;. with ooneolt i that it
t.. hcliovo tho doors of
to in a II for you.
Horp's Good Advice.
.lvur, ono of tho bwt
r. hnnls of l.o RnyivWo, H.
If you nrc over troubled
apply Iiiioklon's Arnica
it i trvii me of thorn for good
fo " Curo ovary sore,
mi or abrasion. He at J.
,'iror oommoditj. WIioh
t not only go to tl
th eollsr, woll.
- I.uinvy and blathlur Pills
. M fur Hack ach, WMtk
i n. it ton of the bladder ami
iible. A week't
its Sold by J. II Orme.
0 INSURANCE !
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A"nh tells lU own
' i utting ofl till to-
' that which should
n done today.
ting to i n u re
t lot ( nmny mil-
i it owners. Don"t
of them, but get
one ol tht
. - intttrnnce offices
land, nnd without
n the oldest in th
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LET ME INSURE
Jno. A. Moore
The Rule of Three.
Three things to govern temper,
tougue and conduct.
Three things to cultivate courage
affection and gentleness.
Three thing to commend thrift,
industry and promptness.
Three things to despiso cruelty,
arrogant and ingratitude.
Three things to wish forhealth,
friends arid contontmont.
Three things to admiro dignity,
gracefulness and intellectual powor.
Three things to givo alms to th
noody, comfort to tho sad and
to tho worthy.
A Happy family.
J. .1. Mann, of Fordycc, Ark., writes:
Use Carlstedt s Gorman Liver Power
for ten years, cured my wife of female
troublos. Haven't had a doctor for
six yoarH, formerly paid two or three
doctor bllW a year. Would not be without
it. Worth its weight in gold'
Guaranteed under the Pure Food nnd
Drugs. Act. Price 25c. Sold by nil
No Corsets: No Squeezes for Lemons.
Dos Moinet.. la., May MO. The
lemon, so lout: the targst of tho
heroines the omblcm of a
nowly organized nociety to ho known
as Crate No. 23, of tho Illustrious
Ordor of Lemons, whieh the young
woiiion students of Drake I'nivorsity
who are promoting it declare it has
a seriont pnrpoee in the soeial world.
Th society starts aut with a
member is Mid to have made a
solemn vow that corsets shall be
tabooed, tight-Quint; shoes discarded
'aoi that any maw sufficiently pre-
snwptive as to squeeze a mombor's
ha ad or essay a kne, will be pro-seated
with a lotiMm. The officers
of the ociety are: The grand exalted
lenoN, grand lemonade, lomonpiol,
Umonseed and !emooueeze. Tho
Isadora of the Lemon Society claim
their orpan its lion will spread to in-elude
every nMiversity and eollogo
tow a in the Tailed States.
A Dangerous Deadlock.
That sometime terminates fatally,
t the sto))Mt:o of liver and bowol
twos. To aulekly end this condition
without diengreeeble senentions, Dr.
J King's New Life Pills should always
le your remedy. Guaranteed
ly satisfactory in every cuse or money
jback. at J. H. Orme's drug store, 26c.
Wild ManVets In Bad.
Danville, Ky., May 2!. While
j.laiim wild man at a side -how in
the receut Center College Carnival,
Isaac 1'attorson, a nogro, came noar
remaining in irons all night. Tho
negro had boon employed by tho
students to appear as a wild man
and in order to oarry out the deception
was clad in skins and was ornamented
with two enormous tusks. A
pair of and a stout log
chain added to the appearance of
In the excitement, tho key to the
bracelets was misplaced and for half
an hour the ide show was tho ecno
Nn inn wild man fuh me," said
PatterMin the key way finally
ELECTRIC BIUOrSNKS! 7Hi;iirSTF0K .
BITTERS AND KIDNKVa
Many a nmaiin
until iur etsare dimmed by
2, $20 per M.
made of Red or White
1-2 $15 per M.
34 inches long, 2 1-2 x
The above can he
Hickory. Good, clear
20 inches, all white, 2
20 inches, two-thirds
6 inches, all white,
6 inches, two-thirds white
Must be clear of all bird pecks and all defects, llus
short hickory. Will be taken up and
stock must be of young
Paul for in car load lots on any railroad switch. Anywhere
between 8,000 and 15.000 pieces to the car. Subject to our
TURNER, DAY & CO., Inc., Louisville, Ky.
JOHN H. SCOTT, Agent, Marion, ty.
Lelter From Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Calif., May 27.
MKSSHS. JENKINH AM) CllIliEH,
Df.au Slit Knclosed you will
find $1.00. I would have sent it
sooner but didn't want to.
Say, I am really glad that you
fellows have gotten together, for it
is a true raying that "in uniou thero
is strchgth." and it is a good thing
for rothrcn te dwell in unity. My
host wishes for both of you and the
old papor. 1 don't care much about
it but thou I roud everything in it
when it comes.
I see that you still have cold
weather. Wo don't have any of that
all the year round.
I meet a groat many Kcntuckians
horc. and in fact meet people from
every nation, kindred ami tribe on
Woll I am just sonding you the
"inon" and host wishes.
R. II. Dokh.
Is now morely a memory of the past.
Hallard's Snow Liniment is the fnmily
liniment of the twentieth century. A
positive cure for KhcumaUsm, Burns,
Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia etc., Mr. C.
II. Itunyon, Statiberry, Mo., writes:
"I have used Snow Liniment
and all pain. I can't say
enough in its praise. Sold by J. H.
Good Meetings at Tent.
A largo audience assomblod in the
big gospol torn at Albany and Ii
streets for the first of tho Ilolinoss
Hev. Kd. Kergorson, a former L.
it X. conductor, proachod a powerful
lormou on 'Yo Cannot Sorvc Two
Maslors." Ho is plain, forcible and
eloquent. His sorvicos aro in constant
dotnaud by the pooplo whom ho
says are hunitry lor a full gospol as
ho proaehes. A big aristocratic
ohureh in Atlantic City wanted him
if he could only four days. Anothor
at Trenlou, N. J., and ho is engaged
for omo of the biggest
in the country. Not loss
than the proaoher is the singer,
Prof. Vatos. He is alone in tho
oouutry in his style of solo singing.
Ho plays, sings and proaehes at the
same tituo. Ono cannot describe the
efloot he produces o.i an audience.
Scrvicos from day to day at I nnd
7. 30 and at A. C. L. shops Thursday
noon. As this meeting in by
and for ovorybody, all arc on cual
footing. Waycross, Ga., Journal.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes:
"Foley's Honey nnd Tar is the best
preparation for coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I know that it has cured
consumption in the first stages." You
never heard of nny one ueing Foley's
Honey nnd Tar and not being satisfied.
Sold by J. II. Orme.
The man who deserves our pity
is the poor fellow who has pity for
When you feel the need of n pill take a
DeWitt Little Enrly Riser. Sold by
J. H. Orme.
Stimulation Without Irritation.
In case of stomach nnd liver trouble
the proper treatment is to stimulate
these organs without irritating them.
Orino Laxntive Fruit Syrup aids digestion
and stimulates the liver and bowels
without irritating these organs like
pills or ordinnry cathartics. It does
not nnuscatc or gripe and is mild nnd
pleasant to tnke. Sohi bv J. H. Orme.
It s no use talking about looking
up if Our life will not boar looking
A fV . f .tic road 2
V BoaBUi;e tcai" afld
m ?cfc overtone lite I
A. I me aaB B 9m VLbbbbbbB
at ' JL-5? t?V wrm
' UNCLE BY
Now comcB the time when Little mil
Oooh hart-foot through the pnsses
Ami trlin at nlKlit to wimli his fevt
Hy wnlklny throuwli tli Krant'Bl
Hut motlirr drops to Wllllnm's name
Anil miikes his hottoni tlnle
lo r KctttinK Urt upon tho bed,
She spnnks him with her
Oh. happy days, now Rone for nyel
What "Ainjlil I kIvc to wnndor
Ilnrofoot.il down tho pnths of old
Wht'ro 1 wuh tnnned out yonder!
IM tnke a llchlne every nluht
To foel my piling tingle
Tho way they uswl to In the days
I felt my mother's shingle.
Now nil Is changed. She sleeps In death
Out there where perfumes mingle,
And I ntn left to henr the tuunt
Of Old Time's knotty shingle!
lie Is not kind ns mother was,
And nil his blows ire rousers
You ennnot fool him with a book
Tucked neatly In your trousers!
He spnnks you where the goods nre thin
And never hears your wnlllngs
I'd rather tnke n bunch of ma's
Than one of Old Time's whalings!
When Love makes the world go
round. Hymen Is the ringmaster.
Optimism is ono way to have fun
Says a philosopher, "There are no
entirely good men; no entirely bad
women." There nre some women,
however, so entirely good that the rest
Our Willie boy was sick In bed.
Me had a pain not In his head!
He couldn't split the wood for ma
Or run an errand for his pa.
Our Willie lmy was bad, Indeed,
When grandpa sjioke of parsley-weed
Hut when the hoys with ttall and but
Hegnn n game of
Our Willie s pain decamped and fled
And let him leave his downy bed.
Out on the lot I hoar him yell-It's
strange how soon tho boy got woll!
Why Is It that a married man
has to be n foot-warmer for his
wife? Don't a woman ever have warm
Many a rich mnn has lived like a
poor mnn to die like a miser.
If things fall to come your way,
don't sit down on tho curb and growl.
Gut up nnd go after 'em.
Tho apple of a young man's eye is
sometimes n peach.
I always patronize a deaf nnd dumb
barber. This harbor cost $5 and It's
n safoty that tloos the buslnoss without
brenthlng chowlng tobacco In my
No Chicago poet ever refers to a
woman's eyes ns being like the skies.
Chicago's skies nre too smoky.
Time will tell on a man especially
a high old time.
A nifty young lady numtl Hyrd
Was embraced by n bear' "On my wyrd,"
Raid the girl with a Mhrug,
Hreaklng Iohm from his hug.
"Your manners are ttlmply nbsynl!"
The difference between comic opera
anil grand oim Is that grand oiern
Is sometimes comic.
The jioor young mnn who marries a
woman with money has much to learn
about hnpplness. Tho poor young man
who is wise will marry a poor young
woman and support her to the best of
his ability. If he dortH a. good job, she
will appreciate him and love him the
more. The rich wife, nlwnys Independent,
will remain Independent to
the end of the chapter, If she doesn't
lose her money. The mere fnct that
the man makes a good home for her
dSesn't mean anything to her; she
had that before she married htm and
shj can have that any time without
his help. As a protector and provider
this puts him out of the game, so to
speak. The young man who doesn't
want to be out of the game should
leave rich girls for rich men nnd let
them light It out among themsolves.
The ships that pass at night
Are stalwnrt ships, I know,
Hut those that pass by day
Hear hope within their bowl
A small and nn!us lad
Howed by another, loy
And loudly do they shout:
"Say, Jlmmlu, ship ahoy!"
Then out across the deep
In shrill, beseeching terms,
There falls upon the ear-"HAS
COT ANY WORMS?"
New Cure for Jag.
The Jail at Whiting is nn old box
building, that is seldom used. On
July I, however, a young man Imbibed
too freely of some tonic that
not only toned him up, but made
him unduly fractious, nnd the city
marshal was compelled to gather him
in and place him in this little-used
Jail. .Just after they left him tho
most horrible cries of pnlu and shouts,
for help were heard Issuing from the
wooden box, but It was supposed that
these were only the rnvlngs of a
drunken man who desired to attract
intention. Some time Inter It was discovered
thnt a nest of hornets had
been disturbed by the prisoner's entrance
nnd Immediately commenced to
punish him for disturbance of their
peace, ns well ns for drunkenness.
The treatment sobered him and tho
police Justice deemed further penance
unnecessary. Holton (Kan.) Record.
Board of Trade Man Probably.
When Hill win young he loved f play,
Ker keeps, th" gnnui o' marbles,
And now that he .Is rich I seo
Unless this paper garbles
Thet he Is still most fond o' them.
Th' Trybuno sez It beats th band
Thet Hill hez got th' very best
Eyotallan marbles In th' land!
NOT JUST WHAT HE WANTED.
Shivering Man Unable to Appreciate
Humor of Situation.
A well-known New Hampshire man
wns a guest one winter night at a hotel
about ten miles from Boston, famous
for Its game dlnnern, and a favorite
stopping place of the football
players prior to the big games.
He was awakened long past midnight
during a wild storm, by his window
being blown In, nnd his bed
drenched with sleet and rain.
Shivering from his Icy shower bath
'1 I ' i i
He Brought Him Ice Water.
ho lost no time In Jumping to the bell,
which he rang again and again.
After an Irritating wait of ten minutes,
a sleepy porter appeared with
a pitcher In his hand.
"Why in the deuco didn't you get
here quicker?" demanded tho Irate
guest, with chattering teeth.
"Why, boss, I was getting a pitcher
of Ice water. I couldn't think of anything
else anybody would want In the
middle of the night but that."
ODD STONES AND GRAVES.
Peculiarities Existing in Various
Parts of the World.
There Is a curious old gravestone
In Prestbury churchyard which records
the fact 'that one woman at
least In this country died a bachelor,
says London TlM3Its. Her name was
Sarah Plckford, and tho stone gravely
Informs the reader she was thero
Interred "August ye 17, Anno Dom.
1703, and died a Rachelour In the 4Sth
yeare of her age."
A stone In Westminster Abbey records
the Interment there of George
Graham, who was the only workman
that received the honor of being burled
In Westminster Abbey. He was
a scientific Instrument maker, who In
1700 Invented the dead-beat escapement
In clocks. His funeral was attended
by the Royal Society In a
In East Ham churchyard there Is a
tombstone placed crossways. Tho
woman Interred Is said to have been
born cross, lived cross, married a Mr.
Cross, and died cross. Hot dying
request wns to be burled cross, nnd
this was carried out.
As to more ancient graves, that of
Noah is rejiorted to be In the small
town of Xakhltcnevan, near tho foot
of Mount Ararnt and is sixty feet In
length. Another tradition says that
the grave Is merely a niche In tho
wall of nn nbandoned fortress.
The supposed grave of Eve can bo
seen at Jeddah In a cemetery situated
outside the city walls. More than
40,000 pilgrims visit the place yearly.
According to the Arabs Eve was tho
tallost woman that ever died.
Take three dimes and place them In
a row, and try to move out the center
one till tho space C-D equals the space
over all, as at A-H. There is a well-defined
proportion in measurements
that requires careful study, and with
which tho successful nrtisnns are acquainted.
The Inexperienced eye becomes
accustomed to certain forms,
and when taken out of that channel Is
A Russian baroness, who wishes her
Identity to remnlft a secret, recently
visited the hospltnl at Thounso and
saw a ioor Swiss peasant girl brought
in, terribly burned by n petrol lamp
explosion. The baroness wns told
that unless new skin was grafted on
the girl tho case was hopeless.
The young bnroness Insisted that
thoy should take nearly n squaro foot
of her own skin to heal the sufferer.
The operation was performed and tho
Swiss girl will now recover.
Ca Adopts Puppies.
G. M. J. Thomas, proprietor of a
cafe In Decatur, Aln., has sevoral
young puppies which have been
adopted by a tabble. Tho old cat
seems to think as much of the puppies
as though they were her own young.
She sleeps In a- box with them nnd
plays with them ns Jf they were her
Washington Hock cow went dry
very suddenly tho other day. Ho
now remembers that he killed a toad
frog the day before.
So live that when you dio atid aro
planted under the sod anyone can
stroll by and say ! wouldn't mind
being buried thero myself."
Luke visited the smoke
house of an unknown mnn on the
other side of Musket llidgc Thursday
night and returned with two fine
hams of meat. To ease his conscience
he turned one of them over
to the Hog Ford preacher.
Some miscreants who probably has
a grudge against the government and
our postmaster, crept into
the other night and turned tho
postofficc around so that it faced tho
All stomach troubles are quickly relieved
by taking a little Kodol after
each meal, Kodol goes directly to the
seat of trouble, strengthens the
organs, digests what you eat. Sold
by J. H. Orme,
Some folks never have any satisfaction
in fighting sin until they
catch their neighbors doing wrong.
A Cure For Constipation And
Piles Discovered At Last.
Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause and cures every
case. Never a failure reported. Try
it. Guaranteed under the Pure Food
and Drugs Act. Price 25c. Sold by
The best way to mak folks hungry
for heaven is to give them a
taste of happiness here.
A prompt, Dlensant, good remedy for
coughs and colds is Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup. It contains no
opiates and does not constipate. Children
like it. Sold by J. II. Orme.
The cream of society is not obtained
by removing the milk of human
For scratches, burns, cuts insect
bites and the many little hurts common
to every family, use DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by J. H.
ii.. mm m i
People who hunt troublo always
shoo away their joys.
For Chills, Fevers And Malaria.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic; it' cures to
stay cured. Insist on having it. Get
the genuine. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food and Drugs Act Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
New graham flour at Morris &
For Bad Breath And Sour Stomach
Try Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause instantly. A
cure guaranteed. Guaranteed under
the Pure Food and Drugs Act. Price ,
25c. Sold by all druggists.
Excursion rates for the
Jamestown Exposition is as
Season ticket $31.00
60 day ticket 28.75
15 day ticket 23.60
For the round trip. Tickets
on sale April 19 to Nov. 30.
W. L. Venner, Agt.
R. L. Flanary's
Representing tho Farm Dipartnicnt
of the Continental Fire lnsuranco
Co., of N. Y., for Crittendon, Lyon
and Livingston counties, Tho
Mutual Life Ins. Ho., of Hart-
ford, Conn., Tho Standard Accident
nnd Health Ins. Co., of Detroit,
Mich., Indiana and Ohio Livo Stock
Ins. Co., of Crawfordsvillo, Ind.
Call on or write
R.L.FLANA11Y, Tom. C.Cook,
Marion, Ky. Fredonia, Ky. '
S. P. Bunny, Southland, Ky.
Tarn worth hogs for sale, pigs and
J. H. Jackson,