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To draw true beauty shows a masters hand. PI IE outline illustrations cf the Ivory Soap advertisements have ( created so much f.tvoiablc comment, and the . requests for copies l-.L-cn so numerous, wc have, to meet the demand, bound in the form nf .1 Drawing and Painting Book (site 6 xc inches) twenty-four of tie most spirited an'd pleasing of the advertisements. We will send tv.ic of these books with a pad of twenty-four sheets of drawing paper, i ost paid, to anyone who will mail us, according to directions below, lilteen Ivory Soap wrappers.. ., . , Procter & Caudle, Cincinnati. FOLLOW THF.SR DIRECTIONS. - ' - Cut out tho cantor pioca of oach wrapper and put thorn in the en velope with your letter, eaying what you want, and give your address In full. So attention will he pa lit to retjnmln far Drawing lSoola, tie., nnlmn the tenter pueei are in the envilote with the request. 2joj!kiu0uUlc lifutiultton. IS AND 20 NINTH fcTRCET, HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY Cieap Club Rates. ' tfubsortbers to the south Kiktvoiiahv e aivan tbe bone tH at lb foilowingchesp c ra.es with other papers and periodicals: 0 at. and Daily Conner-Journal fit ' ' Woaaly 8 Commercial I . t. Farmer' Home Journal, t ' ' iluine and Farm 3 " " Pally M. V. World T beini-WfPliljr - t latn it Free Prfil 1 ' ' 1'eterton'it Msasne 8 oley ' l.a'H 'w t'ook .' l'etLOi-eat aloalMf Leslie Popular Atuotlilv tJotinare lluurvh " ' Youth' (:ornpai. inn, Bos'.un .. " Harper's Mugnztne " Ilnrjier') Weekly 8 " ' Hariifr'i Itarar 6 ' Vouog People 8 ADVBBTISDTB- BATES. Una lnanonetlme,ll.00;one wHk, ll.M;ti Bontha.I9.Uf. LWRlvn month. S16.0U. Oneooliimn one lime,$18.00;one week I1B.0C 1 UlUllHIB,WO.W,H:iVtJUlUM.Il",f""--- f'or further information apply for oard of raiea. "The Number Seven." Illy Julia ltoliln Ulirhrl.tj ll'cliard Johnson wrotu Hie faiuoui) history of' the "siuyeii Champions o ijlirlstiatitloin :" St. ti'aoige, of Eng land : bl. Andrew, ol bixilluod: fct Deni-, ol France; til-James, otbuaiu; Si. Anthony, ( Italy : tot. J'dlnck, ol Inland ; and St. David, of Wa.ei, Kach was a natron taint. There is a pretty legend about the Island of tlio ' Sovimi Cities." At the t ime of the coniiucst of H pal 11 a,nrt J'orttigal by the ..Moors, seven bishops, fallowed by a great number of people, took shipping ana ausnuoiiuff uieiu n'lven to their lute on Iho hlifli seas Altera time thev landed on an island in the ocean. Here tlio biahup burn- id tho sinus and founded seven eilies. It is said that navigators visited this iiiisiurioiu island, but wero never liermitteu to return. The Seven fjisTos, Of Soven Wise meu ol Greece, were aniltiiborbf men anions the (ircaks ol'llie i Ullt veiilii ly before Christ, noted for their wls'- ilotn. some gave their names as So lon. Cliilo. 1'ittacim, Hias, l'urlauuvr. or in his place, Kptmeiiitles, tjleob tilus and Thalea. 'J hey wete the xuiliors of the sovon mourns r know Thyself: Consider iIiim Kud: Know thy Opportunity ; Must Wen are Dad ; Ol ti i nf is impossible to Industry Avoid Excess; Surely is tlio I'rccur Mir of Ruin..' Kacli wrote one motto. The "Seven Wonders of tho Worhf," a reckoned by the U rocks, were. The JOnyptian Pyramids, Tho Teniplo, tV ads and haiiktinii-Karilcii of Uauy ion, The (ireek Statue of Jupiter at Olvmuia. The Temple of J)iaua at KphcauK, The Mausoleum It Mallear i.asaus, The 1'liaroaliB at Alexandria and The Collosaus at Rhodes. The suven days were named -team l.e seveu chief uodu whom the An lo-Saxons worshiped. Namely, the juu, I) 10 Moon, Tuaca, Wodcu, TbgrJ f riar and baturo.. - . Jean Ingclow has written a jirolly litilo poem entitled, "Seven Times )ne." and Shakespeare lias very ap propriately divided the life-time , of one man luto seven periods. , itoino waa called the "Seven Hill ed ( 'it v,'" because it waa originally built on seven hills. In tho Hook of Kevelatlons, John beheld seven candle sticks, and in the midst of the candlesticks appeared one like unto a man, holding in his riiiht hand seven tiara. The seven stars represented the seven angles of the seven churches, anil the seveu candlesticks, the seven churches. At the siege of Jericho," seven priesla, bearing seveu truiupo's, com , passed the city for eeven days; and t.u the seventh day, they com pas il the city lercn lime, when the city lull Soseveu is a number of great interest. . A Lady In South Carolina Writes. My labor was shorter and loss piiu 'nl than on two former occasions; physicians atnnUhcd ; i thank you i r Mother's Friend. It ia worth its weight In gold. Bohl by lluckncr Lcavoll, Druggist llopkiiiaville, Ky. Seperate Municipal Elections, Without venturing to decide which plan in more desirable, we think ' t hero Is no longer any doubt in any impartial mind as to the need of the proposed separation. Titers can . be i n improvement in our muiiii'ipal government, 110 relief from the ex travagant ami nltentlmcH corrupt ex penditures which make 1 1 In in our cities so enormously expensive, until vte bring the mas of tho voters to the eiiinprelieiiklon of two polnis: Uii', that is playing into tho hands of the men who make their living put of I olilicH lo allow National and State I olillcal considerations to enter into the choice of municipal officers; sec ondly, that the burden of taxation is not borne by the rich alone, but large ly by the poor. The voters must think when they are decidtd how they will vole, i.ot as to what the ef fect of their ballot will he on a can didate for Governor or Precidenl, but upon municipal taxation, schools, po ll oe, paving, lighting, strcet-eleaning, sewerage, docks Topics of the Time, Cesti iiv for Jauuary. A Piece of Her Mind. A lady correspondent has this to y : i ; ' t , - ' "1 want to givo a piece ol my mind to a certain olaaa who ol ject to adver tising, when it cotU Hi em an) thing tills won't cost them a cent i suffer ed a living death for nearly two years wilh headache', backaches, in l ain standing or walking was being liter ally dragged on) of existence, my misery Increased by drugging. At last, indespcra'ion, I committed the sin nl trying an adteiiisort medicine, Or, I'ierco'a Favorite J'rescriptiun, and it restored me to the blessedness of Bound health. I honor Iho phil cian who, when hekuows he can cure, has the moral courage to advertise the taot. ihe medicuio mentioned la guaranteed to cure those delicate dis eases peculiar to females. Road printed guarantee on bottle-wrapper For all derangements of the liver, tnmach and bowels take Dr. Pierce's Pellets.'" One (info. ' (iOUKv's Ladt's Hook for January give iia an exceedingly welcome New Year. The illnstratcd story Is, as was proinifcil, a llrst-class attrac tion. This time it is by Kinily Len nox, and is called, "After All." Nelly llly'e "Among the Mad" has a strange fascination for people who want to know what an enterprising woman dare do. There is a ghost story by Suulhwoith Shelly, which yuu will want to read twice or more. Klale Snow's "Woman's Way', is bright "Aunt Jane a practical f orliine-lell lug" grows more practical and valu able each month. The household do partine.nt is now under tho charge uf Mil. laa.J) il"V ot xsew lore, an expert ill (loiiieslic management There are two admirable fatdiitu plates, both colored, thus affording la dies a 'trtutwortliy gnldaiicc"til fol lowing (he Fashion Note'..- The col ored work-liafo will be found simi larly valuable to thoe who are han dy with needle and work-basket. Tho atrel frontispiece "Ilelpln Need," ia a gem of artistic work. , , lu its various departments i,oiiky ia helpful In tho bigbeat degree In the thoughtful and ambitious lady. Itare jnduvemcnts are offered to all live people who want to extend its already large circulation. Write to the pub lishers, ii'lii Arch St, Philadelphia, ? . Women's Figures in France. In any assemblage of Frenchwo men from a ball in the Faubourg St. lieriuain to a bal do l'Opera Ihe num ber of admirable figures in verr strik ing! tbo face may be positively com mon, out (no ngure is nearly suro lo lie supcru. 1 lie wap-waist no much affected across the Channel Is appar ently confined to fashion plates ile aigucd for exportation. Tlio unwis dom of light-lacing ia evidently not more periectiy appreciated than its uusightliness, though the relations of hvgiciio to beauty are thoroughly un derstood. ' With this excellence of ngure generally goes a corresponding excellence of carriage; in this respect tne skin witii wincn me ixmu unitize heel la circumvented is beyond praise. And with regard to the tact and taste displayed In the garb which decorates this llguru and carriage the world is, I suppose, as well agreed now -as iu tho time when Ihe .Empress set Its faxhions for it in a more inexorable way than tbo women of the present republic Can pretend to. ' Franco ia si il, II not the only country lu tho world where dross is an art, at least tho only one where Ihe drossmakor and tho milliner are artists. w. (J Krowuoll, iu the January Sciibuir's The Little Jap's Dream. Oztwahaii given us a picture of tne .lapaueso dream world, by sum moning from shadow the prorossiou of the phantoms that are very real to the child. Klnjojl, after a supper 'of rather too many rice cakos, lias kick ed oil' his silk coverlets, and is I ravel ing as far away as his soul-tether will alio his spirit to stray. In tho na tive beliof, tlfo soul is held tn he b idy by a very slight ami highly at tenuated thro nl, and 1) iatv ffin pare IWi) a buhhli'. 1' a child is ru ely awakuunl. I'll fconi euuiiot get ba it iu time, the ilirei.l Is suapppd, and death ensue Hence tho native ser vants are iniially very careful in dis turbing Iho slumbers of little oms From "Japaricoc Art Symbols," by Wm. Ki.LtoM GittFt'19, lu tho .Ian ti a-1 ry ScrtbnerV FK0K0iQY; Hon. Joi iu S. Wfsea bod bf (Idvcr- nor and general Henry A. Wise, of Virginia, contributes to tho Jauuary C'kntdkv some of bis reminiscenced hs a cadet of life at ''The West Point of the confederacy," and gives a vivid account of boys iu battle at New Mar ket, an engagement in which 50 of the boys out of a corps of 225 were killed: "Up to this time I was still corporal ol the guard, in charge of the baggage-wagon, with a detail of three men, Rail wood, Slanard, Wood lief. We bad not been relieved, in the goneral bustle and confusion. My orders were lo remain with the wag ons at tbe bend iu the pike, until our lurces were uriven nacn; in wincn uasowo were to retire to a polut of safety. When It becameevidcut I hit battle was Imminent, a single thought took pos.'-ei-sion of me, and that was that I would never be ab'e to look my rather In tlio face again if! eat on a baggage-wagon wtiile my command waaiti its llrst, perhaps n only, engagement no wsi grim old lighter, at that moment commanding at Petersburg, and month later lighting at odds against, "Hilcly" Smith until I.eo could come up. Ho had a tonguo of satire and riiliculolikealat.il of scorpious. I had nearly worried him out of bis lilo wilh applications lo leave Ihe In stitute aud enter Ihe army. It, uo that 1 had the opp irtunity, I shout 1 fail lo take part iu Ilia light, I know what wa iu store for mo. Napoleon iu F.jypt pointed to the Pyramids and told his soldiers Ibat from their heights forty eeulurie looked down upon them. Mv oration, delivered from the baggage-wagon, was not so elevated in loue, buttqually euiphal ie. it ran about this wise: 'itiys, Ihe enemy Is iu our rront. Uur com mand is about to go into actioti. I like fighting no better than anybody else. But 1 have an eutiny iu my rear as dreadful as any boh. re us. if I return home and tell my father that I was on the baggage guard when mv comrades were lighting, I kuow my fate. He will kill mo with worse than bullet- ridicule. I shall j iln the command forthwith. Any one who chooses to remain may do so.' All Ihe guard followed. The wagon was left in charge of the black driver. Of the lour who thus went, one was killed, and two were wounded. "We rejoined the battalion as it marched by the left Hank from the pike. Moving at dolibK quick we were is an instant in line of bal He, our right near tho lurn-pike. ltisiug ground in our immediate trout con cealed us from tho enemy. The com mand was given to strip for action Knapsack?, blanket', even thing bill guns, canteens anil cartitdge-uoxcs wore thrown down upon the ground. Uur boys wero sileut then. Every lip waa tightly drawn, every cheek waa pale; but not wilh fear. With a peculiar nervous lurk we pulled our cartridge-boxes round to the front and tightened our belts. Whistling ritied shell screamed ovrr ui as lin ing the hill crest iu our own front, they bounded overnur heads. Across he pike to our right Patton s bngade was lying down, abreast of us. 'At- teu-lion-n-n ! liattalion forward! (iuide Ceutcr-r-rr !' shouted Ship, aud t ir we started. At that moment from the left of the line, sp. ang S ar-gcaut-Mnjnr Woudbridgp, and posted himself forty paces in front of the colors as directirg guido Urate Evans, standing over six feet two, unfurled our colors that for days had hung limp and bedraggled about ihe stall', and every cadet iu the Institute leaped forward, dressing to the cn sign, elate and thrilling with Ihe consciousness Ibat 'This 's war!' We reached the bill-crest iu our front where we wero abreast of our smok iug battery and in full sight and range of the enemy. We wero pres sing towards him at 'arms port' with the light tripping gait of tlio French Infantry. 1 lie enemy had obtained our range, and began to drop his shell under our noses along the slope. honors brigade rose up an I were chaigiug on our right wilh tho rebel yell. "Woodbrldge, who was holding tils position as directing sergeant was ordered to resume his place in tho line. "Down the green elopo wo went. answering the wild cry of our com rades as their mutketry rattled ou its opening volleys. In another too men I wc should expect a pelting rain of lead from the blue line crouching behind the stone nail at the lane then came a sound nioro stunning than thunder, that burst directly iu my face ; lightnings leaped ; lire flash oil ; the earth rocked ; tho sky whirl ed round : and 1 stumbled. My gun pitched forward and I fell upon my knees. Sergeant Cabell looked at me sternly, pityingly, and caded out, 'Close up, men,' as tie passed on. "I knew no more. When con sciousness returned it was raining n torrents. I was lying on the ground, which all about was torn and plowed wilh shell which was still screeching in the air and bounding on the earth. "Poorllttlo Captain Hill of '(J company was lying near, bathed in nloou, with a rearlul gash ever Ihe temple, and was gasping like a dy ing lish Read, Menilt, and another. also bully shot, were near at hand. "iho balalllon was throe hundred yards away clouded in smoke and hotly engaged. Tboy had crossed the lane tne enemy hold, and the federal battery In Iho graveyard had fallen back to the high ground bevoud. How came they there?' I thought, and 'Why anil here?' Then a saw that 1 was bleeding from a deep ugly gash in my head. That villainous rillcd-shell that burst iu our faces brought five of us to the ground. 'Hurrah !'i thought, 'youth's dream is realised at last. I've got a wound and am not dead yet.' And ao, realizing the savory truth, anoth er moment found me ou my feel trudging along to the hospita1, almost whistling with delight at the thought that the next mall would bear the glorious newa totheold folks at homo wilh a rather taunting auggestlpti that after all Ihulr trouble they bad not brcn able to keep mo from liav lug my share, of the fun." Rheumatism. IticmioNii, Va , July 23, 188S. The Swift Sped lie. Co., Atlanta, (ia (ientlemen Three years ago I was exposed to Ihe weather, liei au-e of my connection wilh an engineer corps. My constitution, though strong, tin ally gave way, and iu a short time a terrible case of rheumatism had full possession of mo. My limbs began lo wel';llin knee Join's worn twice their nurmal size, and periectiy s(if; my suklea were so diseased that it was impossible for 1110 to walk. I had lost all control of myself, aud when t moved at all it was wilh tho aid of crutchoa. A great part of my life was ape-it in bed. and almost con stantly 1 was under tho cliargo of a nhysician the best I could find They gave tue all the relief possible nut thero waa no improvement In mv i condition. Quo day while lying upon ami desperation decide id try lonr medicine. I iravrj it a thorotm h trial. anil In less than Ihrso months I had loft my bed, dropped niy crutches and participated iu a foot race. S. S. S. did the work for me, and tp it I owe my present good health. Use this as you see tit. Very truly yours, 0. A. Pats. ' Treaties on Wood and Skin Diseas es mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua. Subscribe for tlio South Keutuck" Ian, it is only 2 00 a year. How Women Bestow Charity. Did you uvor notice womon doing chtiritnhlo things? Tlicy lira so much nioro genuine thun men. When a mnn gives u boggur u dime in tho street every body around hhn seos it aud knows it Women don't boo in to see nny body when thoy put a coin into tho blind man's box. Where do we lcnm charity nnywiiy but from our mothers? You will bco a mother and her little girl trotting along the street uud at tbo corner a poor woman plays a wliooi;.' burrel-orguu. Tho mothor doos not put tho quarter in the box herself. She walks past, and when sho hits apparently quite overlooked the beggar she stops and opens her sachol. Sho goes through all those littlo maucuvors which drive a dry-goods clerk wild, but sho ia a different kind of a bc-lng now, and when she has fished out the coin sho gives it to hor littlo child and solids hor back to give it to the unfortunato. Thera is no kinder garten lesson so beautiful as that. It is the child's education in charity. , Tho boy grows up and forgets it. Ho meets tho world in a harder and mora practical way, but tho girl grows up to bo a womau and nover forgets it, and when sho is a mother site touches her children this simplo littlo principle of sympathy for tho unfortunate. Thoro ' is no country in the world where char ity is not almost entirely Uiiensed by the agency of woman. San 'racie Chronicle, A Fine Opportunity. 'When I VH8 In Cfiiiffress," said the Hon. Mr. Muffty, of Huecoou HUlge, 'a certain protesrtor came miles to hear roo 8oiik." Ah! What whb his name?" Inquired Prof. Surtout, to whvm the eminent ptutetiman had itpoken. 'lr)f. Tootle, of Ilaltimoro1 said Mr. MufTty. 'I thought 80,M Huid Prof. Surtout. Hi haa sineo Iwomo ctUebnited as the author of 'Ten Thousand Mistake In Kuglibh GrumIuar.,1, t'hicayo jN't'tra. Th Keatuckias ia the ehaapett papa r publiihe1' a this end ef.tata. "The cry is still they come" for CousaiNs' Honey or Tak, because it is the only remedy that will positive ly cure coughs, colds and alll diseases of Ihe throat and lungs. r"or sale by II. U. Gan er. We warrant Taylor's SfRa C'iiii.l Ci'hk to give entire satisfaction in all eases that it is recommended for, pro vided the contents of a bottle are used according to directions. For sale by II. U. uarncr. Coussen's Honf.y or Tar and 1)r TAnt.aB's I'tLft Ointmk.nt are good seller with us, also W hite's Cream V'KiiviiFL'OE.bul Taylor's SureCuill C lrr leads. All a linear to give satis faction wherever used. For sale by II. D Garner. Whitk's Cream VEitMirt'OK Is the largest 25 cent worm medicine in the market, tbe dose being small, it is the cheapest. It Is it own purgative, ai d does not require to be followed hy the nauseous dose of castor oil or other Durcative medicine. Full dl r.;ctloos ou every bottle. For sale by II. 11. Garner. D. 8. Troutman, West Fork V. O , Ucynohls County, Mo , writes as fol lows : "I sold one boltle of White's Ciieam Vkrmikuoe to my neighbor, Mr. Allen Moore. lie gsve tbe met! lolne to three of bis children, and it brought from them fully 300 worms. This. I think, is worth calling atten tion lo the fi, ends of children ana ensmies to worms. I will soon order more of the Verkipuoe. For tale by II. II. Garner. Are You Going to Kansas Missouri, Colorado. Cali fornia or Any of Tho Western States? If yon should avail yourself of the advantages that are now offered by (he Kansas city Koute, the only di rect route from tbe South to the West aud Northwest. This line runs Its entire t rains, with Pullman Palace Sleeping Can and free Keclining Cbair Cars, from Memphis to Kan sas City, saving many nours time over any other route. If yon are go ing you will save money by purchas ing your ticekts via Memphis and the Kansas City Route. Send for large map of this Snort Koute ; mailed free Auaress, J. E. LOCKWOOD, Kansas City, Mo. H. D. Ellis, Ticket Agent, 81 Madison Street Memphis, Tenn THE MARKETS. PROVISIONS. Butter-Country, M to ttoenta. Coffee Oreen, SS to Ifi oenU; routed, IS to 85 centa. Egg 1JH centi. Fonltry-Hena, i 00 to 1.50, Chicken, imall 91.50 lo l.TS, Urge II to l.U. Bacon Country tiana, lltolSota; Should- ern,!)1; Side, IS; Sugar eured hama 16 to 16 Dried Beef, UoeoU. Lard-Chotoe leaf, 11 oU. Sugar tiranulatod, s to 9 ota. Vboxtailu and raciTfl. Potatoca Iriah, new, 7(e. per buj Sweet aso. Appleel3.00tot.S0 bairell. Onion afl.SC buahel. Cabbage orate. Iteana 40ota. gallon. CANNED QOODI. Tomatre 8rb cana, $1.60 doxen. rn Slboana, (1.50. lleana Sib cans, 1 .ill. Poaa Slbean, 11.60. Oyster Coto, Sib can IS 00 ' libeanll.SO. Beer Sib cans SO to sn ota, MieOELLANIES SUPTLIBI. Flour Patent, W 76, Standard S5.1S. Molaiuna Newt) to "o. Nuut VOoenls. Oils V centa. Wonl-W Voatheia-iO oertta. 64d taorer, 4.M Nal-H.;i. Get A IN, ETC. WheaL 90 ett.. Ost. 40 cenla. Cora Uay Rro, LOUI8V1I.LB MARKET FLO U, MIAI. AND If ILt STUFF. Ftorm Round lota eell ai follow: Choice "PM MS l,U; Jl.fal af cfljCei li.Sor; ft le .Usi-.f., IJ.H It t woni cuirn faiairr.li.ww.lf imieatyhrati SO Vm On for Kaitorn: .V6ot:U.75 tut Western. cuKKMaaL uoiwa, f l.au fi iud asaiiQ-uriau, Mill nan We quota on arrival; Uran, 118.60 aboru, sid.M); Bliiiwtuaa.f lo. U11A1N ANDHAt. Wbbat We quote No. I wbeatlo arrive; BSi for red. cohb No. mtxeil, to arrive, 831 white iHiHe;uaroom, lis tee ( Fits No. a new nata, Ss'io; UTS-No. I rye. M'4 lltr lancy timothy, 111 MctllS choice, !5 low stsiIim, $i Kalis 8raiw-s;.tc.i ton. 1'B.O VISIONS. nAcnff-Clcarrittl1es,8!4o. clear aides, s8 a-'4o; noumerm, H'e. llt'l.K Mkats i lear rlh aMfM. T -e: SroAa-CraBD Ha&Ta llama, lOUo l)1,' tor large loamall average; etioultteraso; bieak faat baoon II. l,aao Unoloo leaf, 9: in kegs and buckets, too. UK0CKBIK9. Corraa Itlo. nnllnary. l&(4laVc; prime, 1CJg lll1i);chnlee,17Vvtt! sfarrv.ISc: peatiorrr. Ian; aolilen lilo, llio; Java. SIMKr; Moeha, HKstSao; LiKitayra, IS; Arliiiekle'a ArtuM.slo. molasses C'oru syrup, 6o; siiaar syrup, 394 ajo iirieans molasses, anon, Ksgwo. Itica 6uul' jctoriroiMltoprliue. Rl'UAS ranulRled. 7(,t;oonfertloners' A; T1,?; II. 7n; sovilere-i. so; ouldoai, s.e New Orleans euaars. .stBUc. ( Asni.as-sur, Noe. i w a, DWglOe V lb. STAacu v is. Soap (lerman, 11.80 y box of so the for com mon, li.M tor boat; Ivory, S4(iao,7S for 7S-0I boxes. cocntst raoDccs. IttTTTiB-rholie country. lM4tto V T6; low vrailea, 7(a)ISc; .lairy, ilntl&G; eUgtncreamery, Be : oteoiusrarlae, 169l7o. CllaasK fe'snoy full croam rnedlar, HUrSi IKo; twins, ISc; Yo:ug Aintrlras. 13c; prime Ohio factor-, ll.:o; akim cheese, 7ca.uo. I'oci.TaT Hens, ta 00 y iloaen; ducha,live, IS MXiiA y dozen; youngspnog chickens, $1.26 (4.S.0O At doaen Ktius-vte innteat 15c V doaen. Tallow so ft. BSRSm AX HOC fA n,. llanos -uoBNit3c. for common to good. uinsxsu Cholcn large. SS B6, Am as-$i trisll ou er barrel. Unions f I.SUe0.tU ier barrel, ItKANe It. P Michigan fi.eo per bushel, liaiaii Ai-ri.Bs 3eSc. per lb. DR. TAYLOR'S R1LC1E TOi?jWARRANTElV3X2- PDBELY VEGETABIR ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS, ass au otiAsotmsTi sr m STOMACH & BOWELS. m rrr.mvi bkhkut fob all liver ate Kidney Complaints Price 50 cts. I Bottle. Trial Bottles 25 cts, rci uu iviirwEiu. rti ciij n RICHARDSON-TAYLOR MED. CO., SO 2 Fourth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO, LJnnfli .S2ti2,.u '..AofirLO RfeiiLAfts; Co. bul'l I)' llurkner LcaveP, Druggist UopklnsvillK, Ky. The next Session will begin TUESDAY. SEPT, 4 Thia school ha an en? I able record for the thorough method of teaching punned Old fossilised Idea of training and doetpltn And no place in it management. Tbe Cramming proccas lo Education t tudtouily avoided, a well as the machine methods of many, ao called, grade schools. To know from memory i good, but tube able to kuow by thou ft lit is better. Pupil are encouraged to the excrcistof all their better power. The faculty will remain, a It ha been for a year past except the place of Prof. Dabncy will Wj supplemented by PltOF, FLEHINU, It will be eeen. therefore, that tho faculty oomlsta of the same number of profeaaora and teacher and that all tbe advantage usually offered are attll to be obtained a any former session. Young men may beard at any Approved Boarding House, but pernon, who may wish to put thetraon, or ward under thee j tir care of the faculty may piece them with Prof. II. U. Fleming who will ezcerclae afatterly oversight over .OHIO. Younc ladles board onW with Prrf. IVohev In the Colleare buildmr. where evcrr comfort 01 a aome ia proviueu ior inm. SraATFIGHl The Original Wln. C.K.Simmons, St Louts, Prop1! M. A.Siniinoni Llrcr Medicine, Ktt'd t$to, in the U. S. Court nariATS J. M.Zeilin.Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv er Regulator, Esi'd by Zeilin 1B68. M. A. S. L. M. hu Inr Af Cured Indioiition. BiLtoi-BNiits, UYSrPriAICK llKADACllB.LOiT ArraTiTi, Sour Stomach, Etc. iter. 1 it. iteams, faator Ai. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! tnink l should have been dead but tor your Genuine M, A. Sim mors Liver Medicine. X have sometime had to subntttute "Zeilin's stuff" for your Medl cine, but it don't answer the purpose." JOPLCl Ur. J. R.Gravw, Editor Tke .tiafint, Memphis, Tenn. says: I received package of your Liver Medicine, and have u-il half of it- It works like a Charm. I want no 1 better Liver Regulator and ccr i tainly no more of jJciliu' Kixtura, THIS PAPERS N.sV. AVAR SON. at the Nowfiuaunr tlalng A(fn-T of Hitwra. uur autnortaea agent. TO ADVERTISERS A list of looo newspaper divided Into STATB8 AVI HKCTIONS will be ont on application-FN KK, To ihonn Who want their advertising to pay. wc.nonr tin better medlnm for thorough, ef fentivework than t a various section of our lct Local Ltnt. (IKO, PROWFUro KfjwapaiMT Adverlltine Bttn-an 0 8pme mrifi. N Tik. OTS, STOPPED FREE T-..-. T to i i Dr. KLIN '5 OHH1AT ,'tMbT eH lIJl Srsra DKtaaM. Only tvn , TsURE g SAFEyO. ri$S$0US and KWTERMimNT FEVER South Kentucky College Ejrwra jv trrtm Agttiumt, If), . ApUnns. tte, giKPAiLisLi If takra h dlrand. ".Vo Pin ala ifrti (fair UM. TrultM Slid 1 trkl bMtls) fm t J t-'ll patMSaU, tkT oajtBf ainrsaM ckarfMoa bo, srfasa ttitriatt lo D. KM UK. Ml Arrk St., I'hlladrh.bU. Pa. ARKANSAS, TtXA -AIXU California .Short Line. Via Memphis- and Llttis fcock Sallrotd The Great Through Car Route. Two Trains Daily to Arkansas Without a Changs. Only Ons Changs to Texas and California. Elegant Parlor Chair Cars on all Daily Trains. SeTenty-two mtlm ihorter and many taonn qoickur vo tti point) in ieiu, aexioo aaa uu liurnlft than anv other routa. Avotil ft two mile bui rtle throoitb Ueapbli anil eighteen hour- lay over bj ons train aad ix noura uy ne otoer, oy aaaiog wo Popular Through Oar Eoste, VIA Memphis and Littlo Rock, AtMolutely the only line that will put yot thrvugb without ilelay or traufer. NOEXTKA CHAKGE FOR SEATfe IN THHOUuIi UOACU Tliee CVaoh bare Porter In charge to look after the Omfort idI welfare of ttie tvmifcranL tnit to are that the Ional Faaeeniflni are no! allowed to get tn the Through Coach anil crowd them. No other route offers trli ImluoemenU. It would laavvour time anil pattenoe too much to attempt to ileeonbe tbe rtrb anu beautiful home, aud fertile lands of Arkauaaa and Tezae. Therefore, I would adTiae you to go and aee for yoareeii. tiamine tne country, mincie wue lhepe()le. ltarn tbe advantaree and dlaad Tantasea. Kxamine tbe achool farllltiea. Bui or rent a farm, or take up Government Land anu ro vo wora. Peotileemicratlnst fim the Southeaat can not endure the extreme eold of Kanaaa, Ne hraka and the North wttra winter. )uai think, of it nine long monthaof loe, anow and bitter winda In exnhann for our Sunny Houtb! Uur well-timbered land fer their ireelees tract Yet there are unacniiul'tua agent who give glowing diarrlptlona ol the Northwest. Do not be deceivelt Viait Arkanaa and Texaa ani be your own Judge! Write to me for full information. I will Mid yor Map Book and raperm, rrce. K. A. Williams, "Southern Pa'senger" Agent. Nashville, Tenn. CiiAA. E. Heath, Paiienger Agent, Memphis, Tenn. 6. W. Tucker, G. P. K. A., Little Rock, Ark. Rodolph Fink. Gen. Manager, Little Kock. Ark. Louisville, New Orleans Tex&s Hallway. lI8SIS8IPri VATJ.IvT SOUTS THE POPULAR LINE BKTWKKN MEMPHIS, GRKENVILLE, VICKSBUKG. BATON ROUGE and NEW ORLEANS, TBAVKRSISO A M AGNIFU'FNT and BV riUTUllsttjllK UUUfiTKl. TUB Rice and ftngar Plantation and great maaaive eugar lloitae and kedDerios aouih of Baton Rouge are estpeclally Intereetlng, and never lau 10 pieaae tne ooservaai paaasof er. TlETWFKV Mrmnhlsand Vlekaburg tbelln JDpAe through some of the finest Cotton fiantaa.n in the 1 aioo-aiiaaieaippi tteit. the moat ferule agricultural eeouon ot country on earu. EQUIPMENT and Pbyslral Conditio x 01 tne 111 ne are fJrt-claM In etery particular permitting a high rate of speed and utaurtng the 00m fort and aafety Of passengers. TOURIST TICKETS At Rplnwl Bonod Trip Kate, an oo aal. al Aleaei narMoi oonaocunaiine. wu.ua Rouaa. N.w Urlra&a and prtnelpal polDta In Florida. Soalh.r& Taaa. and California. MAOSIFICtNT PU1.I.11AH BtTTItt SLKKI'INll CARS KIN RETWKafl LOUISVM.I.lt AMI SKW OKI-CAMS VIA MKMI'IIIS WIIUOUI ClUNUI. thuTu Paaanarra anoalil parr.liaa. Tlrk.ia Tta .me. It laempbatlnallT in. Moat Allraot- In Haul la Uw South to- w-aa For Time Tablaa. it an roldars. sad Pries ol iioaeaa, AaurMS If. n. BIUHI, JR.. Oan'l Trar. FM'r Aft., M.mpbla, Tana P. R. RCKtKKS, E. W IIOIT. Aaa'tuen. Paaa'r Art. Ura'l Paatf rAat J. M. RIlWARDSL Vlas-Pna't k tl.n'1 alaa'ar. M.nphla, Tar. n mi m im m TO Till SOUTH IS VIA MEMPHIS TENN. AND Illinois Central Railroad. I:s Pflpalar d Prefer?., kit BKTWKKN Memphis & New Orleans, La Splendid Equipment! Magnificent Coaches) Pullman Bnffett Sleepers! Trains Alwav on time Thrsuh Mna Ssffett ien VIA TIUB BUUTE The Shortest Route, MEMPHIS TO New Orleans. Only one ehangd of ear for Jacksonville, Fla. nd that at New Orleans In Uay light. Round trip ticket are on sale at all Import ant point, reading via Memphis, Tean.and and t tne j 1111 linola Central K. ti. B I'lrethat vour Ticket read ever Dlmon Central K. R.. and thus seoure the benefit of Through Sleepers. For anv father Information, communicate with nearest Railroad Agent, or A. II. HANSON, A. J. KJf APP, Qenl. Pas. Agent, At. G. P. A. Chicago. 111. Memphis, Tena CINCINNATI QEye,EarNos8 &Throat irtOSS-CVES, Wevst, raew. $raalf ,14m, Hontfulow Mar t.ff. KWatarsres) (mm tars. Dtaf. ras. P.l,.u( Hianirrwrirx, NaaaM'aurrh, md all sllsJs af tha '.J. Ear, Noar, Tkrtat and Vultm cc(rallj lrBK4 hj f rtllHalrTta l I' s. Prirata Rsaanahle. B, UAUld.lt, ai.U. Vtalbt, ttl n', 41k SL, Lto'U, 0 Achlrtsr Hides ad Baek. Hlo. Kfrinav ant Uterine Pains, Ithcumatlc, Sclalio. bnrp and Weikuning Pain. rt-ltevd In oat mlnnla by the Catlt nrn Antl-Paln Plaater Hie first and only instant tint cut naio-kilhhg. str nath- enlngplartur. 6conis;flve tori-AO a t drug- j isu. or 01 roTTia tiauu mud cubmicai, Co.. Boston- 1 Pimple, hik-aln rhappedpr Aiflandullv skin eured by Cut-A xdMUO ICUBsV hOAFi CHICHF5TrP' ratni mu PENNYROYAL PILLS . QHrtaai, fcaat, aaryasaalai 1 1 r- hiau pill f-ir sale. r. TT-JV 7jDimend Brand. In mTr 'A. CJil1"!!"! '". aaalnlilil. blur I 1 - 5"" Cff tM.i pint wrtpr.,. w. .( V- K.' wwuwrmi. lu-l 4.. (.t.nip.1 br m f.ll"i.d"ll.ll.rr.rl...ll,l.(. SMiblhaiailll.toiAt.uunk Swr.nr. Uicamtsr UsaUcal Cs.HaaUsaBs.,itUaa. A 7 lancer-. LIVERY, PEED, AND SALE STABLE, Oar. T.nlb ui Tlrlnln Sta Hopkinsville, - Ky. ficsi of 7eIoicles, Teasi d Driver. JFUUNISHEIX DAY OR NIG-HT A Nk,VEU FAILINO WELL O MINERAL WATER AT 8TA DLE. WATER GOOD FOR MAN OR BEAST. Come One! Come all! FAY A 8MALL FEE AND GET THIS FINE WA TER REGULARLY. 1-11. 10m. KNOW THYSELF. vuu aTM n t lai rw cn to rir A BcirnUhc and HUDdard Pofriiiar alfdlCil ireiUMoa the Krroraof vootn, rrsmatere i'et.iiiM,rrrvoue and l'h al-sd Ifel-illty, lmpurtUrauf the Itinod, Itesuitine Irora Kollv. Vk. Ifnoranot, KirtMsor Jt vnaiaiioo. anenraiing aim unnuing uw .iiiim for Work. Ittialnraa. tha 11 art-ted or Mot-lal Ketstlun. Avotd anas! 1 1 ill pretender. -oaae mia tm ork. It ronts ns 3UI iiairre. p.rI "to. ttrauiinu blnd.ng, embnard, full gilt. Prire. only l.'0 by 111. trat.raki. eoRal1 ta nlatn wrapix-r. Jlliie. tnttlve 1'ro rectus Fre. If ytu arply Tbe dlstlngnUhad author. Wtv- " 1'a.k.r. If. I , r. aUfdlhaCOLD AND JIMflLLKD MffOAU from the National Metfiesil Aeaootntton. for tftet PRIZE EllAV on NERVOUt mnd PHYSICAL DEEILITV. Dr. Iarkeratdaerp of AmMsbih Physiclana smv be OBMolled. "nrt. denttally, by tnsll or In parson, at the efflc uf THK PKABlHrY MKlMCAI. INnTITI'TK. No. 4 HMlflnra HU, H oat on. Nww., to whom all ordt-r for books ei Itturs tor ad. Ice should be llrtcted a above. IF YOU WANT TO KNOW l.JOl laUJOTtSUlt Ul.Oala tiu ftaSIX IVH tar tii.nuO.S sjf axit Um hrtman rswlf it4 It ntrioUM aarvaiiis. 'ikf kft a pssTTMiassUd. hUlA aiSslst, dtaaUM (skf wr-ftA 'Hf to OVassri p,i',tM a vsniava tni liuMarrr-, Bead Tti ctrr for new book, AHD KOSSCSSK. A ntelaagx of wit ard wlasn, an nagssa. half f t hem gtvaat aewlV II nal rated n'ilt-al "rheata"aiHl tMrtstr Iirnil Jofcrt: "nnl I smi iihtmn Lit V S inml phenny ermaah" to cur -"V Uvrwrpr abd ualaudbwly. TT Tii a I.Ai-nn Pi-aa Wtrrey niU Fib, 139 C. CSih 1 r. DR. RICE, Fer 15 years at 17 Ceert Place, aew al t mace, aew ai mMOsj safalsssa aaS m 322 Market Strwt, Bet. Third and Fourth, A tralartr sstasatssl aasl lafallr tHHfM Bat, aaHaaaafal, as Us iwsxa Ut a,. k psarmsa barrli M ssm4 Ianpaiaaoy, S Vts) rwsjll af asir-SSaaaa) la SMIt, atM f a 1 1 aai la , tarw raara, ar taar faaa, aaS raataatiaf bsbm ( laa h4 tasrlaf asjrHa MwrarMssMt, Ssaalaai rratsMaa. lalftl raa ha araasaii. Slaaaasa ssf Silks. DtHmui MasMrt. rr salUca. riaaplawsa rasa. iinU fa. SaHsx; af rrsaaV CsffATaaM af Uaat, Um af Bataal ravw, Sa.. rsssins Mairtaf laitBnwr ss aakaf, an afVr aaal pantitv- fItCai? Ooaorrhen. OLEET. SfMtara. OraSIU.. HartiU, vr stZ riMasMaarpslTaiasUaaauaa aasrlls earaat k b sarHiHW Uai a rhl tu t pai ral attawea la a aatuM sSaas rf 4lasain, an4 trtatlstf Um.saa.aa ias Stir, aaatratraa rsa( attH. rbsatctaaM kaaaluUiU tsM nmsaaiaa pami i ar sarx Wbaa ll at lanataaarai M UM artaj, Sar kraaasMl. aaasMasM fetsawt fnttatetl aai saMr ar small ar tiBrsN aaraksjra. Cnrwa OuimatsMd im tall Csweji mndertken. CioraJis.ua prsaaaWa- ar Vt kuar fta sW I AsVim raaaaaaiaaaW larraasiaafaasj avtsO aaaiiaa. PRIVATE COITNSCIsOR Of W pagan, saaat s IMl aaaaia, M I DOCTOR 617 St Charles St., 8T.L0CIH.H0. A Mesreilnp drmelMnt of threa mMtcat ollrges. Has lis-eiiiuuKiT rnsye'l In IhetrcaU tunt uf1 rhronlsp, Ns-rvossa. Nlaln ! VIM niseases, tluu an) ither riiy, un in rl. I.oul, as tllr psfipra show sml all old relJenU know. ( inulutlm at oftk-e. or br mall, free and Invlioil. A frlenilly talk or opinion costs nnttilng. Bletllctnei sent Iy mall or eipress everywhere, aci-nrrly pa -k?.!. free frmn ohaervatlon. rurahlo catf gnirautaedi where doubt exJsts It Is frauklr sialeil. AcrrtWJ Prostration, Vcbil.tu. Mental end Physical Weakness, arising from In discretion. Exerts or Iiufulgencr, producing some of the following effects: Nervousncst Debility, Dimnesi of Sight, Ptrvtrtcd Vis ion, Defective Memory, Pimples on the Fact, Aversion to Society of Female t, Want of Pleasures in Life, Want of Ambition, CnAtueaa to Msrry, Melkiitlml . Ilrsuensla, Blunted Pereloi-iiient, l.nts of tnwer. Pain tn the Hack. eir are trestud with unparalleled success. Barely, privately. A PERMANENT CURE GUARANTEED. Blood Impurities and Paisoninn. V- turial and other Affections of Thtoat.Skin and Bones, Blotches, Eruptions, Old Sore. Dlcert, Painful Swellings, from whatever cause, poslllTttlyaiKl rrevr tlrUm fr..m the tvilrtn, by rnesns of BAFK. TIMFC-TKSTF.I) AND KIIFI HATIHM. Ui result of Blood pulton, poatlvelY cured. Unnatural Discharge! Promptly Cured. Catarrh, Throat, Note, Lung Dlseatet, CetnatltotlftBsil nasi Acq Hired Weak saws sawsea treaieu sucoessiuilT I also Pllas. ' 1 It is self-evident that tt vhvsidan nauina particular attention to a das of cases aimns great sum. in wis otaest House in America every known help is resorted tot and the ratOVKD ioo6 HKNiniM of all ages sud countries are used, thariius ar l'w " c mttle. ealng only the best. ' tara-aiia nipy are Use less ami often (lane erous. Every rase requires specially preptrerT treatmpnt. All are trusted with skill In a rasnertfnl manner : an.t. know. liiVU'l."0'.0' " PHIMMtA ARB PIADK. On aeoountof the Krat nuiubur uf eases applying, the r-hargeaare kept low, oHen lower than la demamled brothers, lfyouse H.B.!VJ et d prftllf our, u at 1 the important matter. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. EPPS'S GRATE FUL-COMFORTING, COCOA WhittbeR MADE WITH B0IUNQ MILK. sav a 1. a av a. s. . a . a ? , L, 4 17. Hailroai, iiiratr iiTU-4:Stmhd B:W) . st 1 6:l0r. m. UsrAati Noth-u:61 anil i.a.;(0:07 p.m. i inn-1 ritual hoI'th-W:(i a.m.; g:ift,IO:nr.n, aaivr rnonNuaTU :Ua. m.; ,:iu r. n. W. Alexander Agent, Hopkinsville, Ky POHT OirriCIC-West Main Street, bet, lib andttth. Open for letter, stamp T A. m. to r. si, " money ortiera 9 A. M. to 5 P. at, " " dehery,Sunday 6tor.i, PMCTIIKKN BXPUKsaurncK, Seventh at. near Mains Open A.N. to I p. m. TKLKURAPii orricKs. W iRTian Union Un stair eorner Mala and IthstreeU. Mr. Handle and Mia Park, opera tor. For LoulsvlUe, Chesapeako A Ohio Bout. Vo. . Lv. Hopkinsville, h. N., 0:00 A. M. Ait. Nortunvllle, " lu:7 A. M. l.v.Nortonville,C.0 T:8lr. U. T:4T A. H. Arr. l4uisville, " I HOa.n.j 1:14 r. m. Connection at lAulville for all point Kail, and for the Vlrcinlas and tbe Houtheaat. No. T. So. 1. Lv.nopblnavllle,L.sftN., 10:00 p. H 9Ma. h. Arr.Nort4nrllle,C.Jt O. 10; 66 p.m.; 10:47 a. m. 'jV.Nortoiivtlle.C.AU.rteSA.H.; t:4t p.m. rr. Psdticali. M:30A.at.i 1:60 p. m. Arr, Pulton, 1)1. Ten. R.R. lo:iw a.m.: T:M p. m. Arr.RiTea, M. A U. R. H.U:m 1,1; :! p. u. Arr. Memiihia, S:U r. M.; IMA A. M. Lv. Memphis, :Uttr. M,j :( A.M. Arr. Vlcksburg, l:ui a. M.( A:1! p. m. Arr. HaUw Rouge, :6 A- M.J (Mti A. M. Arr. New Orlrana, :14 A. M. H;uO l.M. No f baa Pullman HuftVtt Nitping far to Vlcksburg ami New Orleans without change. Connect for alltHiintsin Tela. Arlsona aud California. No. I haat ombinatum Parlor, He ' elining ( haint, and Sleeping t ara to Meiiigl.ia. Round trip th kt'la, Norlonvlli to (Hd Point Comfort and rvlurn giMMl until Ortoltur lst. Through Pulliuan ItuKut Met ping Lars from Luulsville to tlld Point. L. & fJ. R, R, THE IIKIAT Through Trunk Line btlUMB US SltlM ot Olaolsnatl, Ltzlngton, LcuIitUIs, EvanaviUe, St. Louli, . Ab.I lbs oltlas ot KasliTills, Uemphls, Uontgomory. Uobut, mi lsaw Orleans, WITHOUT C1IAM3E1 AND SriED DSatTiLBD. mm: mm lora From Bt. Louis, Evan'-'.'-J aU Ilondorso j to tbo SOUTHEAST & SOUTH. Through Coaches From a bora eltltw to Nash Tills and Chattanooga, making direct con nections wl:h PULLMAN PALACE CAES For Atlanta, Savannah, Macon, JackHonvJUaj and Point In F. Ida. Coouactlons are made ai Guthrie and NaahYlllsj fur all ilnts North, East, South and West, In Pullman Palara (,'ara. EMIGRANTS ZWitiTS this road will rticolra special low rates. See agonta ol this company for ratea, rotitra, Ac., or write to C. P. AT MORE, O. P. A T. A., IuisTllle, Kr ViwjoH Im ft laiiiiisip TiT.cj Co Chesapeake Sl Ohio Route. OMLT UNI VIA WASHINGTON, BALTIMOEE JHXLAXZLTHIA NEW YORK CITY WITll TMHOl'UH PULLMAN OARS. ONLY LINK VIA RICHMOND Old Point Comfort (ll) Kela Hotel,) AN IV NEWPORT NEWS, faaoaxoUoa wlU OH nomlaloa SlMuiuhlpa. Til ITotjt Torlt, aadMettaaataod Miner nuanaltip ttrae to BOSTON, TffROl'UU TKAINfl FKOM OIiroI-raATI nd LOUIS 7ILLZ, KANAWHA f ALLS, WHITE bULPHUU bHllNGS, aadotar faatous Virginl Hprtng aad ptaaa- um ruBaajrtsi. r. Hi , invalid or orUman. This line rons thntirh ihe A Urchin Mitun. taina,on the hank of beautiful river aod ter- uainaw nt ine SEA SHORE. ORSKItVATlUN CAW) (IN PAT TUAINS. Uaular Srat-olaa. tirkrU Burnt for auip-orer aad all oan ba eumbineU wltSnul utra ax penaa. Fur fntl Information, rate, at ttntcla, analr ta ol Min.ral SprlnKa, I'ullman Hlwuln. Car paoa, TlckaU, .t.,oalloD or atlilreaa JdllN II. POTTS. A. E. Mil l FB Tick. Ag'tC.A II. K't. Tlr.k. A. It. A O.ltr. atb Areaaa. a. W.tVr. 6tti and Idulanll., a?. VYalmit au. i:innlnn.tl Ci W. J. BKRO, Trarclln, Aarnt, Wat. U. WICKI1AM. Hocvind V.M.FnaMAnt. H. W. rUUJtK, U.o'l Paw'r Aaent, . Riosaaoad, Va. P. O. KDWAKIIR, Oral W a. torn fana'r Aacuk Cincinnati. O. ,,-tai louill'tt,tl6?nn;siCAiilttuir 111 hecognittri Pullm: Fa!a:s Car line! CINCINNATf, LOUISVILLE, IMDIANAP0LIS, LAFAYETTE, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OMAHA, SAN FRANCISCO And all etttM. town and villa la the Greafl rVtasd Nartkweat lUtusinber, that the M0N0N ROUTED"' UtheOalr Moe ninnlni Dosible Irnllr Holll rralaa with I'aflmsn nfle Mice i In Cars m Night Trains, and Klint Parlor Chair L'ars on VT Tralua bln I.oaiivlll an ftsteaa-ai Pallmaa ptleealna Tare an n. roach Caarhee twtweao ( larlpaatt. ladl taapalta aud t'hleaca. Golds Bouks, Tims Tahlis, Rates, snd sny In ft nation nreeeaary, will It .urninhad promptly by any of the Agnlot this l avei H Ueete, or bf addressing t B. A. EAT1IAWA7, C::trict ?&ss&ger .>. 227 Fourth'Avo., LOUICVILLE, KY. mo B Cansori. vi a Balowii. 1 uu .ui.. ii.i.iMHH, HAIR BALSAM C lea nans anil bemitihea tlio hail I'rninnm a Invuri lilt trrOWth. Nivar Fsils to Restore Gray Hslr to its Youthful Color. lYBYtrntS DanrimlT anil hair fallUig Pi3 WcjjtulJMnitri rmm 4,.-1" -, (fcjt'.i, ai, .Vsmi.., , .Sj.,ir .