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' T 1 7HAT is meant by ' free alkali, ' Doctor?
in flip advertisements of
fp Alkali .' Madam, is the
the fats or oils of which the soap is made, due to the ignorance or
carelessness of the soap maker. Soaps in which free alkali ' is
present are decidedly injurious to both the clothing and the skin
when habitually used. I have seen reports of analysis made of the
Ivory Soap by men eminent in our profession, and all pronounce it
to contain no 'free alkali,' to be made with great care and of mar
terials of the best quality, carefully selected, so I unhesitatingly rec
ommend it for every purpose about the house for which good soap
A WORD OF WARNING.
There ire m.ny white soaps, etch represented to be " just 11 good it the ' ' I "
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeit!, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities or
the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting H. ......
Copyright ISM, by Procter Oamble. - .
It AND SO NINTH STREET,
HOPKINSVILLE. - - KENTUCKY
One tneh one time, H.W; on week, 1.M six
Ooe eolumnone time,lts.oo; oue work. S1S.0O;
slz months, IWi.oo; twelve niomna. tiou uw.
Which of the Three Young Ladiea Wi
Away ud in the Georiila moun
talui lies Catoosa Springs, a favorite
Bummer resort of bavauiiah sua Al
liulio society people. Among the
pines and breezes 01 the hills the fever
and lassitude bred from the malarial
air of the low country disappear like
magio. Oue day Ufuersl 1'ierce
Young tavr an old fellow come up
with a basket of egge and a buucu 01
chickens for the hotel people, sua
recognized an old trooper of his com
mand. "Jake," be cried out. "Jake Dor
rlil n-n. how are vou ?"
"Why, laws a missy, General, how-de-do!
I bau't see ye aeuce the war."
Tbey chatted for s few uiliiuire,
"Do you come here often Jake?"
"Pooty nigh every day. The folks
want my chickens an aigs. Hike in
M, ana. aun. a-lmllrlni' fit UIIIIm ll'
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these yer pooty gals."
"Tbey are handsome, aiuii'l tbey
"Deed they air."
"Now Jake," said General Young,
wavlne his hsud towards a group ul
three young ladies with whom he
had been ohattinir. "tell me which
of those young ladies ia the prettiest "
"Aw, Ulneral Inung, turn's an
pooty. Twouldu'i be pood manners
tor me to say ary oue was pootler u
"But. Jake, it will give tlira a
great deal of pleasure to learn your
opinion. They are great irieuna,
and will not feel at all hurt at your
decision. Now, walk right up aud
pick out the best looking.
After much solicitation, Jake un
dertook the task. He walked up
and peered closely at the laughing
girls. About oue hundred guests
ad gathered by this time to are the
trial. Finally Jake turned, scratch
ing bia bead. All three of the young
ladies wore broad sashes around
"Oiueral Young, they're al) three
so pooty it Is bsrd to mane a choice,
but still I'm fo'ced to say that the
oue with the yaller belly-baud Is a
leetle the trimest."
There was a scream, a flutter of
while dresses and three blushing
young ladies, with various colored
sashes, dashed into the hotel and out
of sight. training ton roil.
Mrs Michael Curtain, Plalnflelil.lll.,
makes the atatement that she caught
cold, which settled on her lungs : she
was treated for a month by ber family
nhvaician. but irrew worse. He told
her ahe was a hopelat victim of
eomumotion aud that no medicine
could cure ber. Her druggist
auea-ested Dr. King's New Disoovery
for Consumption : she bought a bottle
and to her delight found herself
benefited from the first dose. She
continued it and taking ten bottles,
found herself sound and well, now
does her own housework and is aswell
as she ever was. Free trial bottes of
this Great Discovery at II. B. Garner's
Pharmacy. Large bottles 50c and
Vm. Timmons, Postmaster of
Idaville, IuS. writes: "Electric
Bitters has done more for me than all
other medicines combined for that
bad feeling arlaiug from Kidney and
Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer
and stockman, of asme plsce, says:
"Find Electric Bitters to be the bent
Kidney and Liver ndicine;made mo
feel likea new man." J. W. Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, aaya :
Electric Bitters i'juct the thing tor a
man who ia all ruu down and don't
care whether he lives or dies; he
found new strength, good appetite
and felt just like he had a new tease
on life. Only 60j a bottle, at II. 1)
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. .
The Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers,' Salt
Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns,and all Skin
Eruplious, and positively cures Piles,
ir no pay required. It ia guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by H. B. Garner.
I see it mentioned
alkali which is not combined with
Kentucky Progress. ,.,.,,.
Bardstown The Salt River Natur
alGas, Oil Mineral Co. has been or
ganized end laDds on which to aiuk
Cloverport A street, railway . is
Corydon The office of the Trenton
Hock Use Mining Co, reported
last week as contracting for natural
gss well, Is Hebdereoo- -- "
Covington The Cincinnati Mirror
Plate fc Beveling Co. baa been Incor
porated by A. O. Gosboru, IV. Poale
and others with s capital slock ol
Fordsville-Tbe Fordavllle Railroad
ia opeuiug coal mines at Reynolds.
Geigerville Mr. McKitlrlck ' has
contracted for buLding tbeincliue aud
tripple lor the new coal mine pre
viously reported as to be opened by
the Asblaud Coal, Iron Railway
Co. . .. -
liardinsburg Messrs. McCrackeu
will, it ia staled, erect aeveral aaw
mills on tbir timber lands near Her
diuaburtr. aud build a railroad to con
ueot Willi llieljouleviiie, tiaraiueuurg
fe Western Itaiiroad. , .
La Grange The La Grange-Nat
ural Gas Co have let contract, it is
reported, for the pipe Hue previously
Louisville. Louie K. . Ferguson
an I E. B Doninnnt have incorporated
the Itouisville Kettulug Co. for the
nfluiun of cottuu-seed oil aud the
iiisuulautiire of aoau and barn-Is.
Th i capital stock autborix d la (75
Mavsvllle The Rockv Mountain
Gold Miulng On. bss been Incorpor
ated by D W. Robinson, 11. B.
Thompson, H. M Folsoin aud others
ul New York, N. Y. The cauital
siock authorized la j00,000. . .
Middlesborough 0. G. We. I, of
tie Middlesborough Wood-working
Co., will shortly begin the erecting of
a furuiture factory.
Myers The stock company report
ed in this issue as being organized
by Daniel Turney to rebuild the ho
tel at Blue Lick Springs will probab
ly build s railroad from Myers to the
Newport The Western Gas Oil
Co. baa been incorporated by E. W.
Orber, J. 0. Huckinson, H. C. Bach
aud olhera to develop oil and gas
lauds. The capital stock is $100,000.
Newnort Bide have been re-ad -
vertiteu for to build the stand-pipe
and tower at the United States bar
racks, previously reported. Captain
A. 11. Young will receive bids until
September 13. '"'
Oweniboro The Tar White
Sulphur Springs Co- mentioned in
las1 issue as to build s hotel at Tar
Springs, will bore for , natural gas.
Pinevllle An electric-light plant
ia to he erected. , a ( '
Pinevllle A afreet rail war will
probably be built. - ' 1
Plueville A wood-working facto
ry to employ 60 men ia reported aa to
be built at West Piuevllle.
Richmond The Richmond, Nlch
olaaville, Irvine & Besttyvllle Hill
road Co. have let contract for the con
struction (if their road front Rich
mond to Besttyvllle, 67 miles, prev
iously reported, to D. Shauahan A
Co., of Louisville. The road la to be
built to Irvine by April 1, 1800, and
to Beatlyville by Jun 18D0. The
estimated coat is 365,000. Manufac
turer's JSccord. i
A Lady in South Carolina Writes:
Mv labor was shorter and less pain
ful than on two former occasions;
physicians astonished: I thank you
for "Mother's Friend." It Is worth It
weight In gold: Addraaa The Brad-
field Iteg. t;o., Atlanta, tjra, lor par
ticulars. Sold by all druggists. -
From Senator to Typesetter.
(Los Angeles Trubuaa).. , . .
ElaiundG. Ross woe a Lieutenant
in the army of the Uuion. Upon the
deatb of Jim Lans by eulctde Lieu
tenant Ross was appointed .United
States benalor troui . .Kansas. :' tie
stood by Andrew Johusou In the im
peachment proceedings, and waa
kicked out of the Republican party.
At the expiration of his brief term
In the Henate he returned to Law
rence, Kan., where be conducted a
Democratic dally newspaper. When
Clt veland was elected President Ross
was made Governor of New Mexico.
Harrison's election caused his re
moval, and the ex-Senator aud ex-
Governor, who was always improv
ident, returned to the case and is
now sticking-type in the New Mexl
ican office at Santa Fe se common
Hi . . 1-1 1-8
Wholes c.pt. .r in, AlmlsM, iu -
nj mm oai.iviMiii
The Sun makes the startling state,
ment that the pinnacle ot earthly
wealth, is thought to bave been reached
by. John D. Rockefeller who must
therefore have displaced the Vender-,
bin boys and the Duke of Westminister .
from their pest as rival claimants for
the honor of being accounted the rich,
est man on earth. Rockefeller's wealth
has Increased until It Is aald that he la
now in reoelpt of an lnoome of $i0,000..
000 s year., John U Rockefeller's Ufa
story- made him one of the marrela ot
the new world long before It was
dreamed that he would ever reach the
greawsi ign. u m muuoaa rs . .
Aitnln 1 ii. KnnlrAfnllnp mmnvM from''
the central part ot this State less than
forty years ago to establish himself and
family in Cleveland. John D. and
William were his eons. John D. fin
ished his boyhood in the Ohio elty and
got his sohoollng there. Then he came
to New York and was proud to become
a book-keeper in s little store for the
sale of farm produce on commission In
Water street in this elty. At nineteen
years dl age he and M. B. Clark went
Into that business on their own account.
That was at the olose of the war. While
a book-keeper Mr. Rockefeller had in
vested a little money in a small oil re
finery up the river. ; The porter in the
same store had put his small savings
into the refinery also.
In time Rockefeller thought he saw
a fortune in oil and sold out his interest
In his store to Clark. He and the for
mer porter, now the millionaire Samuel
Andrews, then devoted all their time
to oll-refinlng. Rockefeller was twenty
six and Andrews was under twenty-five.
Their refinery was not worth (5,000
and waa not paid for. They prospered
and John's brother William became hie
partner In another refinery. The two
refineries were presently joined and a
reunerios wore urrevubij lumw uu
.tore was opened in this elty for the
sal. of.tl.roll ths, refined. They
needed money to swing their plana
with and set out to find ik Away off
in Saginaw, Mich., was Henry M Flag
ler, sent there by s rich father-in-law
to make his fortune In lumber and salt.
He was not succeeding. - The father-in-law
heard of the Rockefellers and sail
ing Flagler to New York put him and
S60.000 into the new OU firm. tront
this stage In the Rockefeller history , young man falL They began to son-Ki-rTk.
..mni-a f th. sort with, these men. these idlers, and
a. nn rn T.uin. t,.t
name and a capital of a million. John '
1). Rockefeller rapidly consummated his
plan to control the oil product of the
nation. The business grew so enor
mous that it was able to obtain the
lowest freight rates from the railroads,
and these wen often ouch that Com- '
tnodore Vanderbllt remarked that
only one mas in the world could
dictate to htm and that waa Rocke
feller. Refinerlea were bought right
and left for stock or cash. All who,
like Colonel O. It Payne, took stock ,
became rich; the others got a fair price
and that was alL . The corporation was
a monopoly until 18S0. After that the
railroads rebelled and then the Stand
ard built Its pipe lines and defied the
The company is incorporated in many
States and managed by the Standard
Trust Company in his city, with John
D. and Wm. Rookefeller still at the
head. William owns and lives at the
beautiful Asplnwall estate at Tarry
town, just above the limits of this city,
on the Hudson. John D. lives near
Greenwich, on ths sound, with a coterie
aF kiialnM u.latJM hi, HUM tl
town every day In a private car that is
t.t iiw. . r.i,,h-hnna nn whooln. I
Henry M. Flagler, whose income Is now '
hn,it rooo 000 a voar. has a irrand
house In town. Those and the lesser
maimstes of the trreat oil trust are all
,.l. .1.1. 4.mr.rin oiM..ne not '
one of whom puts on the airs of the I
sverage hotel clerk. N. X. Cor. Provl-
denoe (U. 1) Journal.
C-... .U- l-lnftt. V Pr-oaa I
v ... . '
more comers anu nna room .or ... w
build homes sod snake gardens. W
haven't eeiueu a nunareQiu pari o. vn.
countrv vet" And still there is talk
of erecting twenty-eight-story build
ings. ; ' '
Timid Youth "I have a poem,
and I wont to soe the editor." OBlco
Boy "Tito editor Is busy. -. I'll do just
aa well. I 'm on my wav w ws waste
basket now." Judge. u , y-
lohqevity" sjJf Acrons.
Stase People trie Are F. ndewl Live ao-
Lous' aa Othev Peopto. .-.
There appeared a fow days.'stnoe
brief editorial article which took the
ground that "the late hours Into the
night which It la oecossary. for the
aotor to keep, and the excitement at
tending the work of. the profession, to
sny nothing of breathing the bad air
of tuo theater in front of the stage,
and being subjected, when heated, to
the draughts on and boliind it, would
In any ordinary procesa of reusoning,
argue ill! for long life to aa actor. Yet
the late John Gilbert is only ooe of
several lasutdcas proving that, where
aotors take ordinary care of them
salvos, tliey are . long-llvod in their
culling. ; The early deaths in it are
mostly lo be traced to excesses or In-.
Jlsorotlon." .; ,- '
Time was when the argument might
apply, but nowadays it has no appar
ent significance. Owing to the pres
ent state of our drama the desire on
tho part of our audience to soe but one
piece acted of , a night, the run
of that piece sometlmos for' an
entire aeaeoov-. and . the added
desire for the close ot tho per
formance at an early hour there ex
ists no possible necessity for the aotor
to keep lutcr hours' than do his audi
encos, and, in the great mnjorlty of
Instances, ho nan sook his pillow at s
much earl lor porlod if be so desires., , .
Atll'O pretont time there exists no
necessity for the aotor to consume the
midnight taper In studying n new part
for the morrow evening's performance.
All that Is changed. During tho run
of the pleoe he has not, at the utmost,
moro than throo hours' work before
bin) out of the twenty-four. In this
respocti he enjoys a happy lot far in
excess of the journalist, the lawyer,
the physlaliui and almost all tho de
votees of the liberal professions. He
certainly inhales no more bad air of a
night than does the audience, and he
is to the full longer lived than hit
average auditor. The records of the
stage go to prove this ' The late John
Gilbert, Instead of being "only one of
several Instances proving that whore
actors take ordinary eat. of them,
a'nlvos thay are long lived in their call
ing," is one of the great majority
which have established the rule be
yond a doubt. Boston Herald.
- 111 ."I''
7 DANGERS " OF INDOLENCE." "
4. Kmt mm Tl'-.lr b,'ln
, T. IM WltS Talaue-o D. O. , '
Another cauldron of iniquity is oa
Indolent life. All the rail trains down
the Hudson river yesterday, all the
rail trains on the Pennsylvania route,
alt the trains on the Bong Island road
brought to these cltloa young men to
begin oomtnerclal life. Some of them
are here this morning, J doubt not Do
you know what one of your" great
temptations is going to beF att is the
example ' of Indolent people in our
cities. They are In all our cities.
They dress better than those who are
Industrious They have sooese to all
places of amusement plenty of money.
,dl& Th h ,
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great hotels the Fifth Avenue, the
Windsor, the Brunswick, the Stuy
vesant the Gi sey House all our
beautiful hotels, you find them around
there any day men who do nothing,
never earn any thing, yet well dressed,
having plenty. Why should I wslkf
Why should you work Why drudge
and toll In bank and ehop and offtoe,
or on the scaffolding, or by the anvil,
when these men get along so well and
jdo not work ..
I Some of them hang around the city
'halls of our great cities, toothpick in
Ithelr mouth.. waiting for some crumb
to fall from the office-holder's table.
Some of (hem hang around the city
hall for' the city vim bringing crim
inals from the stntlon houses. Tbey
stand there and gloat over It really
lenjoy the disgrace aud autfering of
jthose poor creatures sis they get out of
:the city van and go Into the courts.
Where do they get their money t That
ils what you ask.. That la what I ask.
Only four ways of getting money only
four; by inheritance, by earning it, by
bogging it, by stealing It; and there are
a vast multitude among ua wno get
their living not by Inheritance, nor by
. . . . T ,
f nr b .? t-( " f
Uke to take the respon.lbUlt, of ylng
how they get ill
Now, these snen are a constant
temptation. Why should I toll and
wear myself out in the bank, or the
office. H the store, or the ehop, or
the factory? These men have Both'
ing to do. They get along s
great .deal better. And that la the
temptation under which a great many
they go down the same awful itoepa
Tbe number of men in our cltloa who
" tTln the r living by their
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time increasing. A New York mer
chant aaw a young man. one of his
clerks. In half disguise, going Into s
very low place of amusement The
merchant aald to himself: "I must
look out for that clerk; he Is going In
bad places; 1 must look out for him."
A few months passed on, aud one
morning- the merchant entered his
store, and his clerk of whom I have
been speaking came up in assumed
consternation and sulci: "Oh, sir, the
i store has been on fire) I have put out
the fire, but there are s great many
goods lost; we bave had a great crowd
cf people coming and going." Then
the merchant took the clerk by the
collar and said: ' "I hove had enough
of this; you can not deceive me; where
are : those goods you stole?" . Tne
young man Instantly confessed his vil
lainy, i . .
Oh, the numbers of people in these
great cities who are trying to get their
living not honestly! And they are a
mighty temptation to the Industrious
young man who can not understand It,
While these others have it so easy they
have It so hard, Horatlus oi oldea
Mae was told that be could have Just
much ground as be could plow
around with a yoke of oxen in one day.
He hooked up the oxen to the plow,
and he cut s very large olrole sod
plowed until he came to the same point
where ne sinned, ana an mat property
was his. But I have to tell you to-day
, 1. n t j . aA . . .il Hnannlal fitaf u
possosslons you will have as you corn-
- w)th ,ndu,trlegt and
j,t ,0 mucl. from the morning of
u,6 eyniag ot J0Br lif.
you can plow around with your own
hard work. "Go to the ant, thou slug
gard; consider her ways aud be wise.'
One of the-snoot awful cauldrons of
death to-day Is an Indolent life. Thank
Uod that you Have to work. T. Do-
WiU Tal mage.
Henry Waa a Success.
, "felt me, Uncle Charles." pleaded
Amelia, -do you think that Henry will
make a good bushandr'
- "I think be will," ropllod Uncle
Charles, without hesitation, . "I of
fered him a cigar Inst evening, and he
took it as freely as it was given. When
he opened his coat In search of a match
ho exposed: bis wuistcoat, and ils two
upper pockets wero filled with olffiu-s.
I hnvu no hesitation in saying thai
Henry will prove a savlug, economical
husband." Uostos rrunscripu ' '
. A steel mat for tho office of the
Hotel ' Richelieu. Chicago, Is forty
one feet long and four foot wide, the
largest ever made In the world la ono
pleoe. . ' " : "
Tfarkltoths sound of humanity's wallal
M IHtone or people with sebea and with ails,
lleartaenae and humora a merolleei flood, .
Weakoeei ol lonsa anil disorder ol blod.
Vet tbere'as helper thai oertainly Bare,
Thnnund, of neoDla from urematura arvee.
The remedy Is Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It cures cough,
relieves asthma, checks bronchitis,
purifies the blood, heals sores erup
tions nd unsighty pimples and in
without a rival for all the ilia that
spring from a disordered liver. All
druggists. ' " ' " '
Don't hawk, Snd blow, end spit,
but nee Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Of druggists. . ! ' ' ' ;
Ira Yon Going to . Kanta
Ml.souri, Colorado. Call
' fornla or Any of The
i Western - States?
Tvon ahonld avail vonrself of the
advantages mat are now vueroa o.
the xtsnsas Ulty xtoute, we oniy ai
root route from the Booth to the
West and Northwest. This line runs
Its entire traina, with PuLunan?lace
BleeDins! Oars snd free Reclining
Chair Cars, from Memphia to Kan
as City, saving many hours time
over sny other routs.' If you are go-
Insr vou will save money or purchas
ing your ticekts vis Memphis and the
Kansas City Route. Send for large
man of this Short Monte ; mailed free
r . - a ' . j.
. .. J. E. LOCB7WOOD.
"" : Kansss City, Mo. "
Hi D. EU.U,'Tlcke Agent,
81 Madison Street Memphis, Tenn
. THE MAKKETS -
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Oorrsctnl Weekly by Uiarlo MoKss Co.
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Hutler' SO tu 1IM. '
, r.'iiliry- It 50; cMnkena. SI SO to S tl.
hfoQ Hitlit-, Its.
tmm,Lauittry, IS t.i ISiac; NltR-ar eui-tttl, :l
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-, f rt -UcflitMt, Wc; extra, choice, leaf, lie.
i U4--i! to aw. .. j. i' ., .,
V" ir f at.iols M 7t; altsdaiil, HU.
Dried Beef-rll? pteoe. lSe; shipped, SOs. -eaocsaiss.
Susan -Orsaulated, lOe; N. O., so; dark
I'eaa-lilacs, 0)o to 1 SO; Oreen. SOetoStoS.
Coffees- Uraea Bio, ss to tea; Uoldea Rio,
sue; O. O. Java, so to sto; roasted. Si to too;
ground, Soto aoo.
Hallos Powdere-it to SO-i.
slolavee-M. O., SO to Tin; hesvy, U to loo.
Tomatoes ttbeana, at 00 per dos; smcans.
St SB per doa.
t'orn-e means, l 00 to 1 H per dos,
nyaiera lib oaaa, 11 OOlol SO; Sttosna,!! Si
Peaa-tta nana, 1 CO to 1 00; French, IS Ot
Beana String, tta eans, St per dos: atrlnff
leeH.ll 7S perooa; gold wu,sn oana, SS OOpar
Hiafkrcrrtee--tnnisna,l 9S Parana. 1
Klrawbt'rrira-in nana, SS 00 1 I o per dos
Kaniitierriee (BltlS eana, SI T per doa.
fterdmee American. Tie nor doa; I rench.
isi In SOc per oan ; amolea. am per oan
Apploa 10 renta perbuidrted.ttosopsr
pound; eveprtraieti, ho nerponnu.
Dranaea u to Ooe .erdoe.
H.4at-'ea-lrlMb, son for choice aonnd fooda;
aweet. 71o for chnt-e aousd (uuoa.
onlma SI SI per no
- i aribaae New, 10 to Socts.
tMAua White navv. 40e Kfnl
Praa Kpllt. MM per sal; sraaa BnflUa. sOa
per sat; biava eyeu. w pw sai
Coal Oll-Sne nw sal '
Rtarcb-I lo loo per pound.
Soap-It 10 to I 011 per boa. '
. , LOUISVItLS MSRKaT . '
' TLOua, a-SAL as siusrcrr.
rutua Bound lota aell ss follower Choice
palenta. II V)I U; plain patents, U.oc tt.
choice; M.lfcSSI 00; plain fanoT. M.is; No. I.
si euratt :aatra faallT.Ua tl:buckwbeal.
SS Unas H (or Kaalern: W.IOa)I.TI lurWeaura.
ConjtaBAltlolled, IS ISSS); klln-srled
utLs Vbsd Ws ouote on arrival: Braa.
akana, is.sa; aaiPHuia, an.
, SI BAIN AND HAT.
wasaT Ws oaots Ka, I wheat to arrive
conn No. I mixed, to arrtvs- 17a; white.
41 s ear com, ts) one.
Uave no. s new oaaa, n-t.j
U v iVn 1 nm. IS
low (radea. IV4IS
6TSAW fe out ion.
Bacos-Clesrrlhaidas. SKalsar aldae.
e Bon MsiTS-oionr rtb etdsa. S"c:
acoaa.ccasB ataaTn name, nysi.-v w
larire to amau STSraee; anowuen io; wwh
taat baoon 10.
LASn-CkolosloU.SH; la kese and baskets.
Coma Rio. ordinary, ltKlSe:pr1nis. 1st,
ehiilce. MHftSr laoor. no pbiowtt, io
golden Hlo, is '(l!a aralKSWo ; hlocha,S7'
i . lull. ar.UAklea Arloaa. Blv:o.
sac New t.rieana moiaaaecaiwu, aewve.
ni-a.&-4jranulaUMl. s,i'.: ooafectlonera1
1; SHC. s,lc; powdoren, lOe; onMoat, lac
Hew Orleana aug are, S!V.
CanLBS-8tar. Mua.swa, H9I0S m. '
IniR-Jlirmii II HO IS box Of SS FaB fOT OOW
ana. SI.M lor beat; tvosj, IKS.'! tar
BrevBS-Choloe oountry, S99o T m;
aradea. T(ibc; dairy, nneiae;
soe: oleomargarine, iso.
n'sssiB Fancy mil cream ohod'lar, HUiS)
orime Ohio faotory, losjlls; skua
In .arlna- IBfl! XOUnS
pApinf Itena. SI IS m dcaen: dneke, lira.
ts.ioul V dossal jooas aprlnf ekteksas, II.
1 ia aoaen
Boea-ws quote st t! B dosea. ,
TaLLOW 4c SI n.
Bsasw x sue St ta.
Haooa-Cona-c tor eommon Be toed
Hothiaf SneMfri. Uk
The reaaon Had'
am'a Microbe Killer
Is the most wonder
iul disoovery of the
age Is becsuse it has
never failerl la an)
Inatance. uo matter
what diseaae. from L prosy to the
Amplest diaeaae known.
A6THMA, HAY FEVER,
. RHKl'MA I'lSM,
" CHILI.8 FK.VER.
: TfinvKV LIVER Dt-EASE,
... AND KEklALB TROUBLES.
Ia all forms and In factevery disease
known to the human svatem.
The leading scientia l men ol to
day claim aud prove tnai an me
ex are causnl bv Microbes, snd
Itailani'a Microbe Killer is the only
medicine ever discovered that will
thoroughly cleanse the system of Ml
nrobea snd causes permanent cure.
VYe treat all diseases constitutionally
and in the same way, en ws can cure
any and all diseases you may nave at
the same time. .
' The genuine Radam'a Microbe
Killer Is put up in one gaU jugs only,
and baa our trade mark on each one
stine as shove cut. Call for book,
"History of the Microbe Killer," glv
ea'sway free by
. BUCKNER LEAVELL;
j ' , i ' Hopkinsvllle, Ky.
Agent for Christian county.
Illinois Central Raiload.
M " tihta & New Orleans, La
" , Maeuia-ienl Coanbea
i'allmaa ltunetf siespere.
? : i . : Traina slwsrson tints,
tofcibs - Suffett Sloepsn
1s THI1 ROnTI
' WM CIT7 70 NE? OELM
The Shortest Route,
L MEMPHIS TO ;
Ne w Orleans.
Onlyensebanseorcsrafor JacksonvUls, lis.
Snd that at Mew Orleans In Darllsat.
Round trip tlcketa are on aale at sit Import
ant polnte, readm via Memphis, Tsaa.aad
and ths iiunoia centra, p.. n.
ffnT"Be s'irethst yoar Tlokeu read over
IIITnoia Central R. R, snd thus eeoore the
benefit ot Throush Bleepera
V,. mi fnthet Informntloa. noaimuatonlo
with nearael Ilallroad Asent, or
a u. HA.NHON.
.i.KrJAPP,' ' -Aaet.tt.
Seal. r ff"ni -.
I NERVE RESTORER
Iv-AUiMrsi If lak ewi eT-rmi a. m Jfc Fm if
dV-sf stay waw. TrMltss) asasl t tstal Mela frs tat
TH IBIII SJml, tkf Bw)BBff MUI aSJIIglwJ S4S SPSS War
rwwsHvew, aU4 msbso. t. O ssl eipvwss mdteWss 7
, 1 Ta r a
TABLE 'JOB kiirst uJ 1
L. A N EallrosuV , s ,r,
naraav South iiroann :wa. .; I:il , a.
liaraaT Koktu- s-Hard a a.; H':or t a.
AnntrB m hofTH tt:s a. a.jsul, la:lr.n.
snaivB rson N.OHTU e:siA.k.; . I:iur. a.
W. W. Alexander, Asent, HofklnaTllle, Ky
OUT urri:k-Kaal Ninth Hlrsst, net. Main
i and Virginia ntrunt.
Open tor laiUfra, alMOi'4 f a. U to Sr. a. i
moner orilera S A. M. olr a.
dclieer,, Simdaya I tosr. n.
eOUTUBBH BXl'HBDS orritB,
;i -i teventb n near Mala.
Upon la. a loir n. i j ,
1'HI.louaA PH liariBn i.u
' W SBTB1LM UM.ON ftnatalMncaa Mbih a
ItbUresU.' atra.Haadleaad HLaal'ark.opara-
C. .4 P. BITXIIOIL t &
Lt Prlnonton 1:10 m t trriwm kt(.rMt'
t Princeton Junotloa, 1.1 mlc from
CUrkiTtlle, Ht 9:9T . m.
I'utMi tria (dally except Bundav), Lear.
Prins etnn at I p. m . arriTo al 1'nooeion Juno
NOKTH BOUND Mall anit Kxprew No. .
Leave Princeton Jitnctioa at 4:. m.) r
rlvr ta uraoejr at aaj al PriooetoaalT
Mixed train (daily rnt unday). Lean
Prmctjioo JuDittoa at IM a. in arrtva at
liiatsaiica (ram PilooetOB Junction lo Piinaa-
ton, H mile. .
lor Loalirlli, ChiupitJcc k OMo
X.T. nApktnv.l. L. H.afl:o a' aT. -
trr. Norhmville, . 10:57 A. M
L. Nortonvllle. O st O..T:tT r. u.i tttl k. v.
arr. LwtUfilie, iiso a. m.; t:ll r. m.
I on ue- tion at TaOiilaTllle fur all point Kaai,
aadforta Vlilaiaaua the Muihaaat, .
No. I. No. 1.
Lt Hopktn-Tllle. L AN., loirtr M.,:t-A.kT
Air.Norio.vl'le.C st o ,10:Up. u.i I' :7 a. m.
Lst. iNuruoTiii,u.u. rui :k a h.; X:U r. u.
Art. Paiiuoah. 8:40 k. M.; h-.ho r. M.
Arr. Fulutn.lll On. R.K. K:S a. h 1 7:4 r. u.
A nr. ltivv M . A u. K. U. 1 1 :( A.m. r. k K. H.
Ait. Hemnbia, l:it p. n.i:itt.i.
I.T. Mrmpfita, 1:0V r.N J.WOt.N.
Arr vtekibiirr. MM a. !l:Up,i,
Arr. Raton Koure. I:Ui.m llii. h.
Arr Now or lean-, t:il a m ; 9:00 a m.
fo. j naa ruiimaa Hon.! Hle-in4nf (Jar- o
Vlraabnrc and New Orleana without nhantTa,
ConnerutorallpvlnUiB Tstxaa, jtriaAaa aap
California. No. I hM Coaslilnatlon Parlor, He
oUuiDgClilrt,aadblMpiQ(jn to afamubU
O. V. TIME TABLE.
Takaa efaet Aacntt II, M.
V ETantTllla n.-oi a m
Ar Uentleswai lo-it a
Ar t orydea ... leu a m
ar Huri.aoeia 11:41 m
Ar lHKoff )l:Ma. :u
mw tumw. ti:xi a ta 1 m m
Ar Afeaiioa 1 rttl mm 7; at
At Pjlaoatoa t:U p aa M f m
. . No.!. Ma..
L TrimrMom 44 an IMir
Ar Marloa I KM a aa S.0
Ar Staraia m m A-.ti p m
Ar Ikea . :ts a m 4X9 a m
Ar -oraaaH :M a a. ..fl m
Ar rryiiB a:if a m (:ir a m
Ar ilejiiwimi a:U a m 9:tt 9 m
ar JtTaaari.lB ...iMia t :lt p
Traina iMftHtMiilBld Diklm sbi
:0 a m,l:U p m, o:u a m
itbibi isava tnnMiowi ror Morgan aria at
7:t. a ai, lt: a
Il-r-Traiiia Nna. land 4 ran dally, all iar
U aiaa daily aaowpt 8unday. ,
PasMna ra leaving Chieago at l:ft9pa.ar
rlre at Terra Hanta at : a at. Kraaavtna at
ltS a Making rlote iwwneanlloa wHh the
unto Valley trua No. 1 at lero a ta. anirlng
t Uaadereoa at 10:U a in, Prtaretoa a4 SfO
r whre esBBeeiioa la aiada with C. O. A
a. w. traia atl:tlpBi imrlac at Pa4aeaa
at p ai.and at Me. phi at la: p ta.
t. 0,l,w, traia N. t leavlna MtMiptdo
at:44 a arriving at Padureh at It:U p m,
Priae a'oa ai l:H p m, rnakea ehM ravMeattna
with oate V Ha traia No. 4 ai .M p at. ar
riTlag at Henderson at t:tS p ta, K vaavlite at
7:lUp. ta. waera Orittv eoanskt Hon laaaede wita
Lhlaaro Kipreswa om K. A T. E. R atf:tBp. m.
arnviagat Term Uaau at UMp n. and at
ihtnaaoat 7; la a m.
The alKiva traina affird tha traTelllBf paMta
tha ejulckfM and o-l dlr-rt route b-tweea
Cnuingn, Terra llauta, Indinnaphe, Kana-
lie. Ilenderaoa. radncaa. Mea.phta Ltttla
oek. Hot ftitrtnga, Viekabarg, Paw Oriaaaa
aad all Intermediate poloia.
el if. MOMTOOHBAT f A. B THiDia,
. tiaa. tupc U P. A T. A.
THE ONLY LINE RUNNING SOLID
:, ,' TRAINS ,.
" amrsts '' '" "' 1 '
LOUI8VIU.B abb MEMPHIS
With PULLMAN BUFFET 8LEEPINQ
' OARS from and to - -
InisTillt, , laCiTicbWti1' ial
Tha liar U tlMMMffMvMnltDeMl.aadlalnt.
nlaMOoaduioa, and priTira ielwaa Ixule-
rie ana Heenpaia a iwi'iii i'.ilt aaavicc
with PAHtoH;aaaoB Day Tralne and offer
aa e&oa)iniarraafBiaattff tuna aa4 taraagk
A featar le tlve tine and advant-rea aeear
ad by the limited axaraaa tnlaa: The Uaiat.
ed" leaving l-ml-Tiile at p m., dally, ar
r vea Memphia a li.-as a. hi. aad tho limited"
tearing ymtihlaat:l0p. a... dally anirce
leWtleTilie at 7 a. m oalr anight'a ride, and
tlTtaaa entire day for bulnea or plaaaura la
either oily with only ooe day', abaenra.
Tea preferred rooU lo point la Waat Tea
and the Kouth and Soatb.waet.
The boat and quickest mule to polnta la
Paatera Keatneky. Vlralola. Oh la and tha
Bart. ConoectUHii at UxitaTlHa and Claela
all are aiade ia Ualofl depoie ami oaialtma
traaalara at olilad , t
TraJaa Lmt NarteaTllla. .
No. 1-Mlland Kxpraea, dally,.. P. U
No. I Limited Kxpraaa, daily, ...
No. 11 Wat might
. B APT WARD. t.
No. fafallaadEKpraaa, dally,,..
No. Limited Bxpraaa, dally,..;.
1:17 A. at.
v as a. si
i: sir. If.
1:11 A. If.
s:as r. M.
i icaeie. Time l auiea ana an aaairaa inior
Biatloa aeeured by applying t
A. K. Kkvil, Agent, Nortogvllla or
W. II . PRUTY, Uaa'J Faaa. Agent, LOUfS-
VILlsB, KT.( . - v , . . " (, i; ,
L. & Ni R. n.
. .- --.i TUB UKKAT '
Through: Trunk: Line
; atetwsss tha si ties si
Onolanatl, Lexington, LoulrflU
, . j iTUiiTllls, St. Louii, ,
And tha si ties ot .
NuhTille, Memphis, Montgomirj.
Itobllt, ml ITtw OrlMnt,
j XD SriBD tntBITALBD.
mm AOicK3t . mutb
From St Louis, Evanavllle snd
.. .1 Henderson lo the
SOUTHEAST & SOUTH.
Througli i Coach.es
"j From sbore cities to Nssh
( y ' Tills and Chattanooga,
aVu'i making direct con
i . tion with ' - -1 ' '
PULLMAN PALACE CA S
For Atlanta, Savannah, ,
Tllle and Polnta . ;-
in Florida. -
' . ri I '. mmmmm .', w.' - : '.
Connections are 'make al Guthrie and
Nashville for all polnte . (
North, East, South and West,
.1 In rullman ratsoa usre. j i,
rilinniMTC Beokintr homes
LIVIIUnAH IO on the line of
this road will receive special low
rates. See agents or this ooirpanv
for rates, routes, Ac, or wrlle t -
O. F. ATMUKJKt u-. r. A. A..'. .
; i- i- ,. i ii ..,,,... .
PAPER v BAGS
auaJierAtrrvaBO omlv av raa
California, fig syrup co.,
Sab Vaaauaca, Cu
Naw Voiaa K. V
13y 1 1 iii-PJ"n -V 3D XT XXONT, XiC. Z.
TMa Is a Wre- snd Hastntr afeaVal TienSaa, and WlliliiaiiiMa ts eterr VOUSJO. MIOOLt.
AO ( 0, md OLD MAN o ta eaffertaf from WaaBiMaa, Laasner, laa ot BUnwry, lUhluinMa. ,
P'toa ef Iptrlle, Lrmr Oaai,laiat7Ilaaaae et Um Klen.;., end all dlameae denaiMin afaa
SrWrrt. Iirmna. Frrj, Vtrr. Is- anm. NaiTaaa rinllit)-! Vllal Mininm-l -"-f
Bnsnl h nmCBW. BnB sth. Prtee. eel. eae toiler, V mall, sealed la stela wraBser, rt.
COMFIDINTIAL. Addreos llSBBT Hu atoar, M. D., No. SSI Colambiu ATeaae, er P.O. Boa
SirtrioaMaralaaa TrVatalor. Ueure nidi aumemae aaUlMnlala from kirk onereM, flee to ell.
TaUUIheonlr ILIOTRO-nllOICO SHVeiOLOOVriw ,ubnanl end la abhiiel, eaveia
BndfMBieL nUlntalnaBtoaUaatlcled,neltreaanaaiaTer, reola and rlula l dleaaali
'or aU tnaaaiaa e( sto, W Ike diaansalebed enlnet, T V rt annBi iff TiiiYaTtnnnr
laaarbualoaT, at. iVwhohuDISCOViaiDl " I. -lsnlLV I?
rwa slixis on Lire mo ths trui a a. f i , j u In
UNCI or MANHOOD, ma. be eonraluoT ta I 1 P 1 VI I m i Ha
INCI OS MANHOOD,
raee.ia neraoe ol
t MEA0 A VOICES IT
BRYANT & STRATTON Business College
. , v AND .. i
California Short Line
Htmphli sad Utile) Book Eilro4,
' Tne ureas inrougn usr nouis.
Tw9 Train ViSlj to ' Arkanm
- Without Chun. Only On
" " Change to Tsxu asi
''i ' CEUforolt. "
Elegant Parlor Chair Can
"" on all Dally Tralnu.
RaraatT-two aallaa ttaortar aad many hour,
qatekar to all polou la laxaa, MajLUa aa4 Cai
uorala thaa an j otaar rouia.
A to id a two baa rlda tbroaRk Mamphta
aad tigataaa boura lay orar by ooa Uaia aad
alz twura by tba otaar, by taking iba
Popular ;ThroughCar Route
Memphis and Little Rock,
Abaotvufy tha oaly Maa tbat will pat jrot
aaratAfb wttaoat dalay ar iraaaf ar.
NO EXTKA CHARGE FOR SEATt
JLN TURUUU1I CUACH.
Thaaa Ooaohaa hava Portara la oharre to tool
altar tha Comfort aad wailara of the Emigrant,
aad to aea that tha Local Paaaena;era ara not
allowad to g la tha ThiVniKh Coach and erowd
ibatm No other routa offaraaQcb lmiuoemanta.
It would tax your time and patlenoetoo much
lo attempt to aaaoriba tba rich aad beautiful
bomea and fertile Ian da of Arkanaaa and Texaa.
Therefore, I would ad viae you to go and aea foi
youraelf. Examine the oountry. Mingle wltb
tha people, .Leani the advantagee and dlaad
vaauaraa. aCxamtna tha aohool raollltiea. Bui
or rent a farm, or taka Bp tiOTernment Laad
avad am to work.
reupleemlgratlnirfrcta tha Southeaet oan
aotaadore the extreme eold of Kanaaa, Ma
braaka and tha Northwestern winter. Jnat
think of It auie long moatba of lea, -anow and
bitter wlndi in exohanpf for oar Bunny South 1
Our well-timbered land for their treeleeatraotel
Yat there ara unaerupuloua agenta woo
t lowing aiecripiiona oi tne norinweat. uo noi
a daoelvadl VUtt Arkanaaa and Texan
and be your own Judge i
Write to me for full Info atloa. I will ae:
yon Map. Book aad Pap re, free. ,
R. A. WlLLlAMB,
"Southern pMtenger" Agent.
:? i Kathville, Tenn:
I. . ChaI. E. IIlATH.
Paitenger Agent, Memphia, Tenn.
B. W. Took BR, G. P. F. A.v 1
WtUe Rock, Ark.
Bvdolph Furs, Gen . M anager,
Little Rock. Ark.
at the NnwntieajHjr A'Tvcr-
tladilat AaTYItK'Sr of llsun.
huWmAVUK 4 aoi
A Hat nf 1000 newanapera dirlded Into
To tboee who want their a'dTertlelns tn par,
we sen offer no better medium for IhorouKh
and an-eeUTe work than ths various seetlona
Ot oar S.leet l4eal Llat
. .UBII. Mr. jeuvz,b v'-i
- ffawapeper Sdvertlalna- Bureau.
' IS Sprnoa atraet,Xow Tork.
.. i . ;
Combines ths juke of ths Bins ripoi
California, so laiative and autritloaa;
with Ike meilicinal virtues of lana
kaowa o b Boat beaeAeisl to tha
knnaa sTttena, formirf the ONLY FIR
FECr REMEDV Is act feallj vet
piomstl oa ths
KIDHEIS, LIVER AND BDTELS
Cleanse thi System Effectually,
PURE BLOOD, "
HEALTH and STRENGTH
drcri for 8VKUP OF FIGS.
SAID, COBJE AND IIL'
BBWWIW V SSaaBBaSnaa i
' ' ' if
'ITaLlIf 1 J 1 T - 1 i
isviile. New Orleans : 1:
Texaa Hallway, ;,
icsBissnri vailit bouti. ''
THE POPULAR LINE
: Brrwsss - '
MKMPIIIS, . , . . ; ,.
. GREENVILLE, , , , ,
! VICK8BUnG. ;
BATON KOUUlt ' ' 1
' i i and MEW ORLEANS,'
TnVSTBBSIHO AHAONiriCCNTandSVBBl ;. .
; FICTUSaViyUB COUMTKT. , , ,
THI Rleeand Snsar Plantationa and greaS
maaal.eHusarlIoi.aea and ReSnerlee aontk
ot Baton House are eepnelellv lalereetlns, and
saves fall lo please loo obserraal paaasaier.
nrrwsitnT BOmptUand VlSkabarf Iks line
1 mi Muvuan wm. oi id, nneei uniraa
PlanUilnna In the Tasoo-klleeleilpp! U.IM,
the moot fertile atrlsnlKiral asetwaof oountry
THE KQUIPMKNT sad Pnralsal Condltloa
Of th Una m Ant I. I - -.
permlitlnss hlsh rate of apeed and Insuring
ths oomfort aad aafetv of paaaengers.
TOURIST TICKETS. '
Al Reduced Kcnnd Trip Ratea are oa aale al .
iwmi uuhmoi eonneoHnsnnea lotsatoa
liouso, New Orleana snd pnneipnl
, points .In riorida, Southera . n 1
j , Tessa snd California..
IIAOmriRKNT PUULMAW BPFTIT
at-KKriNU CARS BUN BSTWEKM
lAIUIBVIM.lt AND NBtV OKI.BAMS
: VIA MKMIMIIS WITHOUT
1 U11ANOB. .
CeFrsasensen abonld pnrohaae Tlekets via
inia i.inn. It le empbatieaJly ths
r ths Moat Anrantw
its aoute in us Bouth to-dar.
For Time Tahlea. M . am A PrtSS Of
K. B. biuiiii
Oen'l Tree. Vua'e Aat.. Uemnhla. Taa,
f.B. ROOBHS, B. 0,
Aae'tuen. PaaVr Ai. ' aea'l Paaa'rArl
J. If. SDWABDS,
Vloo-Pree't A Oen'l Man'sr. ktaapkls, Tsi a
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW :
1,11 Im(n.nant tnniifi you wrrvr knew or Uioiurlit '
rjf nrwuf, tho hnm-n htnif suhJ iU ciirkxij orvMia, .,
f-w tifs a penm ifiuxi, ketitth mned, duttue I'miAv.L ! 1 "
How b titv-wl irafulU of tgwrunc ami tmtiMcrrUoiu ,
iliB nXr,','pr all forma qf atmuZ ' '
V. -;---- -. inaer, I I I rax aits, MK.m
Bend Tin cum for aaw fcook, . i
XXDXCAZ SEX SB . -
A tnnlanfreof wlf airTwlMf1fn. ";
98 naaTM. half nf klmin trtvnn to
mwiy lltuatratrd medlfal'
"l!llflttilita',aii,1 nnnlnt. lira II. ,
'vJnklt "not too phnaiiy bat
Iver turpor aud tutlanohoJy.
i.riH .i M