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TSjHw SHERWOOD-:-HOUSE! Umler New Management.) T. C. BRIDWELL, FROP'R, 1 trgo Sample Koums. Hess System Call Bella. RATES . - - $2 par Day. Bpectal rate by the woek. Corner tut ft Locust sirui'U. Evansvillejnd. .fflSI National Barber SHOP GRAY& YOUNG, Prop. K. NINTH ST., NEAIt MAIN. Sharing 10c, Shampooing 10c, Hair Cutting 25c. Nothing but urat'Cliuw work and all done in tlte latvi.1 fiulilon. btilsctlon guaranteed. J-il-ly TO ADVERTISERS A lint of 1,000 newspapers divided Into State nu ftecuon win va aunt un appiicauuu sVUKK. TttioM who want tholr ailvortUlni; to pay we rim oiler no lictu-r medium for thorough anil cffoi tlvo work than the various eectlunt of our fctflOCl lAtCAl 1.1 Ml. Oko, P. ROWrU ftC'f., KfiWB.ianer advert tutu it llureau. lubritce Ural New York. McRAE & McCOY, Manufacturer) of I umler, White Oik, Red O&k, WALNUT, ETC. it Moot Reasonable1 Sates. KELLY, - - KENTUCKY. SCOTT'S EMULSION CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS Wasting Dlsoawi CURES Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many have gained one pound per day by its use. Scott's Emulsion la not a socret remedy. It contains the stimulat ing properties of the Hypophog- Ehites and pure Norwegian Clod liver Oil, tho potency of Doth beinjr lnrgoly increased. It is used by riiyuiclans all over tbe world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Drttggljt. COTT ABOWNE.Chomlsts.N.Y, TIIAPFiGIil The Original Wins. C. P. Simmon t, 6L Louis, Prop! V. A. SimmooaUver Medicine, Kit'4 1040. m in j. o. toun DEFEATS J. M.Zellin.ProD'rA.O.SirnmDna Li I t Regulator, K.t'd by Zellia it&g. n. a. o. u. m, aaa lor rears Cured INDIoaSTION, BtLIOUMNKHS, .raraiall. sv Jl Jsl At. H 1,1,0 hT ArraTiTE, Sous, Stomach, Utc. Ktv. T. . Heams, Pastoral, K. Church, Adams, Teno., writes:"! na a snouia nave pcen aead but for your Genuine M. A. 8im moos tdrer Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute I "Zeilln'e stuff" for voer rdi ICcUhtbI cln but doo't uswsr the f. - i rllirnnu " Dr. J. R. OraTes, Editor 7V omfrtt, aaempnis, i na. its; ncaivad a nackaur of voarLivu Medicine, and have used half of it. It worluliks, a charm. Jwaui no fUer Lirer Rcrnlater and er- i taiol ao mora 01 Zeilin's auattu III AT yy SSoliKbM. ijoikiti0uiUf litntufkion. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1890. AFRAID OF THE GIRLS. Buiuarr.a.mnt of India Student, la tlte IrMMre ctr loans; Women). The IntllnQ young men at Hampton Institute aro said to find It particularly hard to be at easo with the girls at an evening rooeptlon. In bis nativa wilds the Indian does not regard women with awe, and would laugh at the idea of be ing afraid of them. Hut whan the In dlan student is invited to attend a party and meet young girls of his own and othor races, after the manner the white people call "society," ho is pauio-strlck en. They gather alwut the entrances and poop furtively into the awful apart ment. If any Jadios have already ar rived, the boys are qutto Mkuly to take to their heels. After awhile they got oourage to return and poep again. At last, sotno bold spirit vontnro to croaa the threshold and stand about the doorway. These aro gradually lured further in; others follow; and by the tlmo the party is about to break up, the bashful youths havo begun to feel somewhat at home they join timidly in easy games, and manage to say a few words to the girls nearest them. ltdoes not become us to laugh at them, because wo see something similar in country parties composed entirely of the race which Ratters Itself with the con viction of being "superior." How diffi cult it is to prevent all the men from getting together in a corner, where they can talk about politics, markets and other topics which may be summed up in the word "shop,' while the ladies are left by themselves In another corner to converse upon subjects which are 'Shop" to them. In this way men and women grow more and more apart and unlike, until Anally the true souioty becomes Impos sible. Even superior men, formed for bettor things, remain in'life-long igno rance of women. In one of Stanley's lotters the African, explorer says that he is "absolutely un comfortable" whenever he speaks to a woman. "I can't talk to women," he adds. "In their presence I am just as much a hypo crite as any other man, and It galls me that I must act and be affected and parody myself, for no earthly reason but because I think, with other men, that to speak and act otherwise would not too appreciated." There is where his mistakes lie, and he gives the explanation of it when he says, "I have llvod with men, not wom en." So have the Indians. Bo hare those white men mentioned above who bord together and talk shop. They do not know bow highly women value oonver nation of another kind, la which, tboy can take n equal part, and to which they can oontrlbuto mora than an equal sasra, Mr. SUnloy hat only to address la dles with perfect sincerity, paying them the just bow age of giving them the beat of his mind and the cream of his knowlodffe, to discover that be can carry tbe day against a wbole room full of 'poets," who, he says, spoak to wom en as a giant might handle a baby, fearing to break its bones with squeeze. The French, It la thought, eioel all mankind in making society at onoe de lightful and salutary, Ihe reason Is that women have their proper part in It, as they do in the more Indispensable concerns of life, and their proper part in society is to roign over it This avoidance of women in - society, excuse it aa we may, is mere barbaric greon nosa. Fireside Companion. FRANCE'S REAL STRENGTH. It Llea lti the CharactvrUtloa of ller Pros peroua l'oawanitrjr Tbe life led by a comfortable English or American farmer would represent wiaked waste and shameful iudulgenco to a much richer French peasant I myself know a laborer on less than twenty shillings a week who by thrift has bought ten acres of the magnificent garden land between Fontainebleau and tbe Seine, worth many thousand pounds. on which grow many kinds of fruits and vegetables and tho famous dessert grapes; yet who, with all his wealth and abundance, denies himself and bis two children meat on (Sundays, and even a drink of the wine which he grows and makes for the market I know a peasant family In Normandy, worth. In bouses, gardens and farms, at least 600,000 francs, who will live on tho oats cast out as refuse by their own lodgers, while the wife and mother -biros boraelf out as a scullion at two francs a day. The penurlousness of tbe Frenoh peasant is to English eyes a thing sav age, bestial and maniacal. The French peasant has groat virtues, but he has the defects of his virtues and his homo lite Is far from Idyllic lie is laborious, shrewd, enduring, frugal, self-reliant sober, honest and oapablo of In ten to self-control for a distant re ward, but that reward Is' property in land, In pursuit of which he may be come as pitiless as a bloodhound. He Is not chaste, but be rulentlussly keeps down tbe population, and can hardly bring himself to rear two children. To give these two children a good heritage he will inflict great hardships on them and on all others whom he controls, lie has an intense passion for his own Immediate locality, but he loves bis own commune and still mora bis own terra better than he lovos Franco, lie Is In tolligent but ho is not nearly so well educated as the Swiss, or the Gorman, or tho Hollander, lie is able to bear sulfur ing without a murmur, but be has nono of that Imperturbable courago which Englishmen and Americans show In one thousand new situations. He is shrewd and farsoeing, and a tough hand in a bargain, but he has none of the Inventive audacity of the American citizen. He Is self-reliant but too cau tious to trust hi moo If In a new field. He is Independent but without the proud dignity of tbe Spanish peasant Uo has a love for the gay, the beautiful and tho graooful, whloh, com pared with that of tbe Englishman, Is the sense of art though he has noth ing of tho charm of the Italian or of the musical preniua of the Gorman. If Franco la strong, tho back bono of bor strength is found in the marvelous Industry and thrift of her peasantry. And if her peasantry aro In dustrious and thrifty, It la becauso the revolution of Hy has secured to them a position more free and Independent than that presented by any monarchical country on tho continent of Europe. Frederick Harrison, in Forum. An ISar for Mimic. Mllllcent (after plnylng a dllllcult op eratic selection) 11 jw do you like that, uncle? Uncle Hiram Splendidly. I've alius liked It MHIIconi-Always llkod 111 I dldnM know that you ever beard It before? L'nclo Hiram Why, bless your heart child, I've been bourin' "Yankee Doo dlo" ever sitiuj 1 wuzau Uigli.Cbattur. , DB. AGKEl a ENOUSU PILLS. Are active, effective and pure For siik headache, disordered stomach, o-w of apietit, bad noniplnxioQ and biliousnosii, they have never been 'equaled either In America or abroad. 1 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. The Great Coralcaa's Tome la the Iots. tide, of Paris. Paris, now ono of the largest and most widely-known citios in the world, had Its birth on the largest of a cluster of little islands In the river lie 1 no. Home prehlstorlo tribe found the site and pronounced it good, because it pos sessed great natural security against unexpected Invasions from hostile tribes. - t Later, the little settlement thus start ed became tlio (iallo Koman city Luto tia,"Uutoutieti,a water girt dwelling." Now tho little islands, long since built upon, are connected with tho mainland and with each other by bridges, and tho city limits extend far out into tho country on every side. Tho Invalldes, begunduring the reign of l.ouis XIV. for a cburoh, has become a mausoleum. In which He the remains of a strange, remarkable man, who mado himself felt as a power through out tho whole European world, lie. too, built bridges to eonneot himself with the surrounding countrlos bridges of Indomitable will, hive of power. Unscrupulous self-love, and energy, and boundless ambition, and raised tbem up on arches of marvelous executive abili ties. Hut such bridges as these enevit ably bavo their downfall. Uravo as a soldier, victorious as a Oenoral, all powerful as a consul and Emperor, who can picture his thoughts and .emotions when, no longer Emperor, tlonoral. soldier, or even cttlsen. he watched tho slow dawning and fading of the days and years, an exile and a prisoner on the Island of bt Helena? Who can fathom the lonolinoss and weariness of that life of enforced Inac tivity? Many years after bis death, his nephew, the "oitUun King," bad the remains if bis uncle removed from 8U Helena and conveyed to l'arle, the city of his love and pride, the scene of his pomp and power. They were tempora rily placed in a small side chapel In the Invalldes, Chappelle de fit. Jerome, to await the completion of the prepara tions for their being deposited In their final restlng-plaoe. While lying in the chapel, (Jueon Victoria, the grand daughter of tho King who most vigor ously and bitterly opposed him, stood. with her husband and Nupoleon III., beside the colli n. Queen Victoria and Napoleon 1IL were sworn frionds and allies, and side by side returned their tribute of respect to him who would never again disturb the peace of the world. The interior of the Invalldes is one of the most Impressive in all 1'arls. There Is a beautiful marble floor everywhere. At the base of the dome there la all around a stair, consisting of six marble stem; those lead down to a large olruur War space, in the center of whloh ia a deep, open crypt more than seventy feet In diameter. There K for the protec tion of those who look into the crypt a marble parapet Heneath tbe parapet are twelve colossal statues which repre sent the twelve great victories with which the world is so familiar; in the spaces between the statues dusters of banners that were captured in battle are arranged; there Is airlgantic wreath of mosaic, and the names of victories an inscribed on the pavement and all these emblems and trophies face the great rod Russian grant to sarcophagus which stands in the oeutor of the crypt and in which, in solemn, solitary state, lie tho mortal remains of Napoleon Bonaparte. J. x. Observer. HARDENING THE BRAIN, ow Doctor 8v'l aa Arkaasaw Ne gro 'a Life. While we were waiting at the dopot In a small town in Arkansas, a colored" woman came up and asked If any one of tho six white men was a doctor. Oneof them proved to be, and she rolled her check apron in her hands in a fussy way and asked if he wouldn't "jist step obov to de cabin an see what ailed bor ole man. He found that be had time, and said he would go, and two or three of us went along to seo what we could aoev As we drew near tbe cabin (be woman baited us and said: Tso bin all de dootab he's had, an I'se willln to allow dat I might her mado some mistakes. Wben be was fust tooken I gin him turnip-seed tea. Was dat right doctahtT 'I guess so. "Later on I changed tot pouHloo of wild onion. Was dat right?" 'H might bavo been "Den I soaked his foot in hot water wld wood ashes in it ad put a mustard poultice on de back of his neck. - "Yes." "Den he allowed he folt wuss, an' so I changed de mustard to his stomach an' soaltod his head. He dun complained all tbe mawnln, an now I'se got mus tard oh his foet a poultice on de middle, horse raddlsh on his neck, an he's tak In sassafras tea to warm up do inside." "Well!" "Wall, if dere baa bin any mistake. doao' leton to de ole man. Jist skip it olier." Wo went In and tbe doctor examined the patient and found be had a broken rib, and told him what to do for It As we left tho cabin the woman followed us out and exclaimed: Fo' de Lawd, doc tan, but what a blessln', dat you dun oome along! 1 was i dun doctorin' de ole man fur sof tenia of de brain, an' if I hadn't ootchod you to day 1 was dun gwine to try to harden 'em up ty mlxln' aand widbuporrldgeri . x. bun. Remarkable Rescue. Mm. Michael CurUin, of Plain fioM, H!.. makes the fltateinnnt thnt. nhA caught oolti, which settlod on bur lungs; Hho was treated for a month by jier luuiur pnvuiciou, uu grow worse, He told her she was a hojwlexs xnctim of comumpt i on and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist sug gested Dr. King's Now Discovery for consumption; sue bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose. She coutirrued its use and after taking ten bottles, found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of the Groat Discovery at H B. Garner's Pharmacy, large bottles 50c. and II .00. Happy Hoosrars. - Win. Timmons, postmaster at Ida- ville, Ind., writes: "Electrio Bitten has done more for mo than all other inedicinua combined, for that bad feel ing arising from Kidney and Liver trotmle. , John Limlie, farmer and Rtockinmi, of 8umn place, suys: "rind iJoctno Jjiturs to be the bent Kidney and Liver medicine, mude me fuol like a new mun." J. W. Gardner, hard ware merchant, same place, says: iiJoc.tric iSitUim is juHt tlie tlnnir lor a man who ih all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; ho found new Hlronj;tli, (nxxl appetite and felt jimt like he had a now leane on life, (hily n(lc. a bottle at 11. B. (ianier's City Pharmacy, , . .. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, The Boat Salve In the world for CnU, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, : Salt ltlieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hiincls, Chilblains, Corns, and . all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to (five perfect satisfaction, or monoy refunded. Price 25 cents per box, For sale by II. B. Gamer. ORIGIN OF DEATH. It Is to the Advaiitatr of the Specie That Individual Hltou.il Die. From the dawn of life tho structures best adapted to surrounding conditions have been victors; whatever features have proved useful have been seised upon by natural selection and 'secured dominance. Tho enormous mass of the lower forms have persisted to this day, because the balanco established hetwoen them and their surroundings has re mained unaltered. Hut whenever the balance between living things and their surroundings has been disturbed, new domands have leen made upon them, to which they responded, or, fulling that responses perished. Hence it is In the first complexity of structure, tho first departure from simplicity, that the seeds of doath woro sown. For that death becomes a necessity. So far as its occurrence by natural causes is concerned, we know that as organ isms get older (although this applies moro to animals than to plants, in which the cells, as they become liquefied or converted Into wood, are overlaid with now cells) their powor of work and of renewal is lessened. The cells which form the vital fabric of tissues are worn by continual uso; the waste exceeds U.e repair, and death ultimately ensues. "because a worn-out tissue can not for ever renew Itself and because a capacity for increase by means of cell division la pot everlasting, but finite, Why tho re should be this limit to cell division we can not say, but It is clear that with tho modifications of organs according to the work which they discharge there results a subtler structure which Is less easy to repair and is shorter of duration. The one -co I led organisms have found salvation In simplicity. We are, therefore, driven to the con clusion thatsiuce there is, prima faclo. no reason why growth should be limited or why function should come to an end, death must huvo been brought about by natural selection, which determine survival or extinction from tho stand point of utility alone. There needs no showing that it is to tho advantago of the species that Individuals should die. Their immortality would ho harmful all around; nay, impossible, unless vigor remain unimpaired, and tbe mul tiplication of ofNprinir does not over take tbe mean of Hub-tlstenue, "For it is evident" as Mr. ltusel Wallace re marks in a uoto which he has contrib uted to Dr. Welainann's essay, "that wben one or more individuals have pro vided a sufficient number of successors, they themselves, as consumers of nour ish men t In a constantly-Increasing de gree, are aa injury to thoe successors. Natural selection, therefore, weeda tbem out and In many cases favors such races aa die almost immediately after they have left success. " as c among tlte male bees, the drone perish ing while pairing, death being due to sudden nervous shock. Longman's Magaslne. One 41 mt Ailrantaart Maddux 1 Ukeyour new bouse very well, except for ono thin?. HJtueral What i-i that? There is a saloon directly opposite. H That is a drawback In one rospect but think what a convenience It ia to know whore yon can always find a po liccumn nea.-."'- Lifo, WHAT xa SCROFULA It Is that Imparity In Uis Mood, which, as. eamulatlng In the glands of tli. neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes patnlul running sores on tho arms, legs, or leetf which derelopes ulcers In tho ayes, oars, or ooso, often causing blindness or deatneas ; which Is the origin of pimples, eaa aerous growths, or th. many other nianif asta. lions usually ascribed to "humors;" which, lastenlbg upon the lungs, causes eonsumptloa a; jl death. Being the most ancient. It Is tho most general of all diseases or .flections, for Very few persons an entirely lrea from it How Can It Be CURED By taking Hood's Sarsaparuia, which, by tho remaritablo euros It has accomplished, often when other medicines hare failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Bono of the., euros aro really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, be sun to try Rood's Barsapariila, My danghterMary was afflicted with scrof ulous sore neck from the time sh. was 23 months old till she became six years of sge. Lumps formed In ber neck, and one of them after growing to the slu of a pigeon's egg, became a running sore for over three years. We gave her Hood's Barsapariila, when the lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely dis appeared, and now she seems to bo a healthy child." J. 8. Cam-ili, Nanright, N. J. M.B. Be sura to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla SDMbjalldrantUls. glislzferSL TrfmntettT by 0. L 1IOOD CO., ApMhMUiM, Lowell. SUM. IOO Doses One Dollar FINE SHOW GASES. AaTAak for caUlotm. TERRY M'F'G CONahviu.I.Temh. nl AFTER'! mm mm II MACIC K7 -CHICKEN- M, Cholera Cue !tyi Thousands of dollars worth of chickent are destroyed by Cholera every year. It is more fatal to them than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of ulitjuid remedy that positively destroys the Microbes has been made. Half of the young chickens are killed by Microbes before they are fryers. A yo-cent bottle is enough lor loo chickens. It is' guaranteed. If, after using two-thirds of a bottle you are not satisfied with it as a cure for Choi. . era, return it to the druggist from whom you purchased it, and he will refund your money. '"rw, oiirnaa, hmsi im UlrU Trlcr. On anotw at wbolaMU prlc vm wMmrv Mtalon can tMI oil pare with urs Ufwr tu.Wr- at i fmi nr no uttifd to trap tl bm sixl par dewM s-rtot tml IvUd, sWi wrm nhi, We ii mk utO tin to e)r4r. Tor mWl ' IB' I ll I I 1 II IT.i In ai T i Caldwell -MANUFACTURERS Or- GALVANIZED 1301, CdiCE, WIRDOW CAPS. BFffl TO GJCT3 -AND rinware, Glassware. Quecusware, Cutlery and Lampi ITtxxtk Ot. BRYANT & STR ATTON Business College n.k Kpln,,, Shr4 llatKd, Trlraraphy. r. AICUII I IT IfV Writ, hr Citlalov ui.il full luormatiun. Im J UlO Vli.LL,IV I a THE MARKETS. Corrected WooMy by Charles McKee a Co., Ttia lirucera, lIoj.kln.Tllle, Ky. raoviaioKB. Un tier jo to I'.mlli v li.50; rhlrkcns, f 1.30 hi Sl.tS. Han illSiller IM. lUiua Omuti), ll to 13; sugar cured, 19 to hltnul.lorw Juwlfl in. Lanl Kt'lliio.l. tis.; uxtra rholre leaf, 10. t'litee II t.. rinur rnteut, UM; Ham I an I, fl.Ott. lrtcd Uotr-i.y pl. t e, li;clilppod, UMIH'KKIKlt. 8)ffmr-4.niniilnirl, ! .. M brou u. r;-..;lark iiruwit, n-.r. 1Vm Itlack. iUl Ii 11.00: tm-en, WS UI.M. O.nVtf.-t.ivt n Klt, Si to; t.ia.li n Itttt,; liakhi fiiw (- t 9vi. alulaaiMj S. .. Hit i : lifary, 10 to ao. lUNKH UtMlhK. Tomntn Stbf.iii, II. no ier diu; lis eans. 11.12 ki.MHrlu. l.UI'ltXIU canat. ai.iu in i.oi iMr titni. OvHtritb.-ai., fi.w tu l. W; 3ibi-aa,I.: to -xtu. l'e--iUc.nnt ll.iC to 12.00: Fiviu h J.V00 ii 'It 14. Ian stritivr, lit ran. Il.un erl i;tnnx lefl r&N)i ilo; guhts, XtbuaitN uer luj. lllnrklwrHra llfi rani, er Mos HtrawlMTllrta ttb rail, S J,(W Ut W.00 er dot lUMtlH Tt iCf (llj llhl.:i 11- laZ. Miitllne AuifHcHn. lit in-rl(Bt: French. UBi to Sue mji; cant uiukeil. Sue vr cau. VCOKTASI.KS ivp rariTS. AnplcHss.;!) iwr ln.nli Irtl. Shibu itcriKiund: 1'irfitliroc li'i-li. .V) for t-hiilre aouutl ttnoiU: iwrct. Tic fori'tKilei M)uml jfiioUs. Oiiliiiin ll.Sa per on t 'sltliape New, 10 Ut SOc. Titrnlt! Health Wlilie navr, 4r per iral. IVjw K Hit. 4th'. orr mnl.i ri-nn Enxllali. Ua trsjaj ; Mack eye-l, 4t- per al. HtrtCKt LfcNKUia -Coal OlltOr pt-r kaI. I fit an: li 4 in lia- pur putintl, wip i UlofLiMMr bz. Neil ., caution Sasa botlo.n. If tl driver oannol silpplv ?eu. ga.i..l allraW tn fm.-f.rw a.aa-lal djivtwAimA rlaa. - L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. Pine Calf. iffoaTT Laced t.raln and Craed. SDoor U'nlrrproot. Il-t In Itin world. Kaantln hfa 5.00 (iEM INK II IN H SK t.li hllOB. 4.00 II AND-HIi t-:it Wl'l.T Ml OK. U.M I'lH.K K AMI rAUMI Its' hflOB 4.50 K X T It A VAI.IK C'AI.F MIOK, m-t.ili A tt WOItKI N41MV N'M MHOf". tt.oo and m.zn ituvs m iumh. niiuki. ah uia-a ia (uicivm. Huiittuanu i-ace. $3 & $2 SHOES lafd,?8.I l.?S HIIOK FOK MIHMKN. I R..t Material. He.t Hlyle. IIMt WlttlagV ' VI, Jlousla., ProcktSB, Mau. SI4 b . BUSH SHOE CO., Ho. 13 South Main St., (Bunrd Block ) HOPKINSVILLE, - KY. McGEHEE BROS., PEMBROKE, .- KENTUCKY. Dr. W. P.Lawrence, Physician & Surgeon, CLARKSVILLE, TENN, DISEASES Of THS EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT AND CHRONIC DIS EASES A SPECIALTY. . To core Billoasncss, Sick Ilosdachs, Consti pation, Malaria, Mver CoroplalnU, take - tbs safo ami certain remedy, 3MITH'9 r-. the RM A 1,1. HI a (4011tlle Beans to tho bUt'le). TllBr AKH Tlia HOST COKVCN1KHZ, SSvialla oa- call Aro. Prtee of either ala. ua-. per Hot(l. HBTOOliYDII PANKL HIKSJ. UsinnrisriKmi ili ' J.l.tIIMA0laeratf''llU.ltOi:ASV,1 T.L8wt MS. WHEN YOU GO TO LOUISVILLE llavo Youi'Phntoiiii1i .Made at WYBRAWT'S New Studio, No. 827 W. Walnut St.' (Over Mscuuloy's Ttionti-e,) MH'IMVU.I.H, - - KT. flfTl'SH roriED AB iU Wl. TO LAND AGENTS & 0WNKRS, COLSTT SI RVETOKS AD OTHERS. PrsoniahaviiuT lninoml or tiinlmr lands to sell at ronsoimljlo iiriooH (for thouisiilvos orollnrH) would Uo well to umid I huir nninos,' nddroHsat and nil particulars ot proporhos to Jliiai'i Viarral and Tiuil.fr Lands mtr, WIDDLKSBOnOUUH, KY. . s WTAVCR A II0M our wUwe-taoal aaail ;, V. aOjk . J4JJ$ SASESV GKS3 B LE BEA Si & Randle, AND OWSDE A WMl, DEALERS IN noplrlaavUla, Ky. HUMPHREYS 1k lluarutuivs' Hririui ar artaint Itlraitr and ear? full araril iM-vsvi-ltittona ; umcI tor manr fiwra lit privat nrarlice with tutrr,uid ftir itrgjr IhlriTyMrsussNl by UieptxipU. Kvj ! Spa- Inf (armlLKTing lb jMm, ni Uri at4 ucw ussi mm arvii raaiaiisyBii imm aria of raurotrai. sua. Frvera,CVnfft1oB. laflainaUoks..,itl rvurgsao, n tmim riw, nnoii.mi,,,,,: I'nlii 'alic,orT-ithlm of lufUsta.' IMMrrhea, of ritll.lr.u or Atlulu.,,. ,J llyatruierr. Unplug, ltltlMuiiUe u ( holrra Marhu, VimuIUm 3 t'fiMtcka, (loliL iinmctolU..rr7 ,3 llcadaa, Sk'k Hwatlsuha, VgHuifo.3, llrtltlel-,, milDtM Momarh ., SMpnrca-oit rPalHiMl PerUsta..U failaa. lax) efttfilM pirlmia O 'rH.Oin(rti, IHftk'iilt Iimtthlna .. .3, wlt KhriM. Er'liiM, uull.aa.,'i, SPEC I F I C S rura tiimu or (iiectuu .a llpbthaimr, or Mra, tr Weak Xrtw.a ( Hlarrh, liitliiPiiia.Olt1 tatbrllMul .5 I . ' "-'H'lll I irugOat. -tic r-iraHnti n iruw HoUlM KldSFrlMlfSH .... . ..... . .3 !.ervaiMa ifaniijr m"Tiiaj wmk noc. tir Tittalmiur lUmummiw... rr Mifb, ('uti- j rlnarv U ak nra. WtMlnf B-4. ,56 i:ttlllf tr t'am. at. THiii' t.ini-e J.Jlfl .1,ll)lpbttierlM. Wrald fcThn-t ,aJ rj.'Hl'krauIr ('aat,eatlaae S KruuUitv ,24 Bold tr Iru(ctl"ie. or asat postpaid an sentatpt or pruv i'B. in si-Hiuir aiHiu (Mi paaraj Ht'nl Ir-mutl In l -ih aud .!(!, nialli-d fr, llm!llf, Wedtrluara.ltVailu.aSt.H V. mm MLMHHKtVS' VKTKIllNAKY NPC lKW - Itmmm avail awaereaF HorwRii mm Vie. A 0ntilitnuurr et.y of Dr. Iuui,'krw' rtfinai-T MMitusI tau parv) un imtiuNi a4 rri i i'Otin' Aiuuuu--ii'riical anci i tr and FuulirT - (Woi . Uvavraaar kuSL-ua Ot tov Fultoa Su N. X- FOfl 1SH OflLYl ' R??,MV iT?l 3- Mwl--! VllTil X?Vlf9t LOST T AIUN0 MANBOO'. i lllUWtiaalaas KKV0US btEilTT. uauuul Vrrorsar Iimimi ia oi4 1 Twtwa ,,. oir rSf.il, .nun, tl. ti..rf Is srwi VEtwLBteniiiriiiNt.4)t-artnw aaa .. 's)iir laraiiiai nusi laillll .l-MstlH la a Oof. Sra tMtir rtm Ml aialr ao4 f.r.lsjit CalrW, Wr.it ia t..rrrt S- k, farlatMiM4 arr,B,IW.I,krf INS, a4ra Aa alii GAL CO.. BUffALO. Ms. V. Dr. Warner's celebrated Coraline Health Corsets havs one peculiarity which pertains only to corsets of their make. The bust retains its shape to the end, and the corset im parts to the wearer a well proportioned and beautiful figure. The corset is boned with Coraline, a substance superior to the finest whale bone. Made in short, medium and extra long waists. Teen at. auoy baltetkNis, Set yoo wttl Sea - Dr. W.riMr's Comlia. " priaMd oa the buide of .nry fn.ia. cotmc Tby are sold by yoer aevnt dry goods duUs. WARNER BROS. Mnfrs., Mew York and Chicago. swrscaKBi tkr Murld. itni Vlliiir,ar asitagnal'. astrf so Inlriidue sxaf pirlwr fwls wswUI Madrrnag U t rtiJ la ak localltj, susJsawa. (fcalr laws wMa) It to ai raa aiaae aar mi fUr1' r . ' " f rvuraU I eauw oar r.i( Is) :-m) Ism ihee ail yusi av. ld. la ti. ipaps. ItM Mlowkof art ft taaaaiaiKia af ll riirrf t it 1 1 n ii ea tt IWSflVrtlt rssrtnKstmlk ll U raad. Joalil. is l.la. .. .... .rr. W. mtIII alansbnn Itf baM " at? .Make t.a... . l I r l ik tw.i.wlifc. 1 it'tt'-n. H'Mrt writ-al fur. hICa. dUd-ia.ll.lULI.LrrACU..IaSBO, ruLAa.. ataiaa. Looisyille, Hew Orleans AND Texas Hallway. THE POPULAR LINE liKTWKKM GliEENVILLE, ' . V1CKSBUUO, V BATON ROUGE ' and NEW ORLEANS, TKAVEIISINO A HAONiriCENT and CVWI . PICTUBHSIJUg OODNTUT. TIIK Hire nnil ftnyiir riniitnllon, and gr.,1 mswflvi; fsu,iir ll.niw sikI Itnlii.r'i.. Minth of Itnmn lloiicc Ni-n rm-inWy liilflr..tfnf, and lieui tiill t ilun. tlio ib.ei'rnnt tiSM.nsr. . BRTWKKX M.milil sniTvirtsbllrg til. Il.e liRHfi., ttmiiiKll Mime nf tli. Ilnrrtt (Joltw. I'Uiitiilliiil. In III. Yjixtv,-Sll.-lMlil Dslla, tlie ttio-t furtllu ngilcullurnl .vcttoti uf Huulrj on onilli. Tile KgriPMKNT nml plirslrnl eniitlltlnn of thbliiio are llt-t-i'laaa lii ervrjr purtloular p;nnlllli'j( a IiIkIi into of speeil ami lnsvrli( tliOi'UlMdil'l aittl aiirutT Ot liHa.'MllKeia. TOURIST TICKETS. At mlncH Konml Trip Kntos art on snle st Th' k el (tdlceaof fMniiipctliin llnus Ui Hnton . J(titiK"f Nov Oil fit in uml all jHilnts In ttuullieni 'IV ana, Uiallfurnlta aixl Mexico, MACN'IKICKNT P ULIMAK llt'KFBT o l.r, i". 1 1 :m LAim mm 11 K l v K K9I UX'IMVII.I.K AND NKW OUI.h.lN'g VIA AIKJII'IIIH WiTJuLX (JIIANUK. , sSisain(ii'is hhinihl rnirrliftna tickets vis tilth Line, It iKviiiMliatirallr tliuluat Atttaatlve Itoulii lu the linulli to-tlsr, , PiirThne Tahttha. Alun KuMara. anil PHa at Tlckl't A, H'lilliiM j II. It. MAI'ltT, JN.. 1 tli'ott't Trav. Taiu'r Aitl.. Meim-ld. Ton, f IV It. Hot.KltH. K. W. HOW, AM't Uou, J'asn'r Aort. lien. t'nsaT Afc. Vliie-l'res't siMl'tieii'l ldau'gr, aismyhli, Taon. talbwiA, Oppmntol HrrnlMlia ,A K.nr iiaranriioi aiu lis,,, iirrin( ,a "rrnfaln, KJilnra uUn.li, rtwvllliigi ,3 nicral UrhtHly.l'tajr li-Mlv,-kbtw.O llrgy, avat'l ftciiiily Km-rrUoba .... .3 7 tTisv , r HV. Wuf SSi EADAM'3 MICROBE KILLER. lb hM E;::i;:rj of tto Ajt OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REM EDV RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. HAV Win. IRONCHITII, RHIUMATISM, ' DVtRCPSI. CANCER, (CROF. ULA, DIAICTIS, IRIOHrS DISEASC MALARIAL FEVER, OIPTHERIA AN0 CHILLS. la durt aU forms of Orgsnle aad rancllons lltieaMs. TU. lure, elected lt tills Ue.llelne sr. aisor eaM. MIRACLES! Bol'l only In Jug containing One (Jalloo. ria Ta pallesra small In veal meal when Health and Ufa caa lie obulnel. 4aHiiitor7 of the Microbe Killer," Frue ClLL Off OR ADDRESS BUCKNER LEA.VEIL, ' Hopkiiisvillo, Ky. Solo Agimt (or Christian county. Inirt it laitstiaa. Ut Mt (h sir Trial Iirl tasls rosmxxs. L. S K. EsUroai. Tnains SOITU4.U ajwli.0 a. m.i 1:37 aaJ Thaiss KoiTn-Srana. m.;l:tSau1 10:13 n. as. iiitiiiv ntnmaiaiiiiiHi arrivi1 ai a:( ll, W. W . Atvaaiidei, Agutm llupkluavlUa, Kv. C. i P. SI7ZS2QN L 1 K. ' Wli-ft. train Otallv exienl fttintlar. Iaa nmvimi i. w , imn at niiKeuM June- iai a o :Js. MltfwJ train 'ilallv eacut iamlav.l ltava rnpcauai rfunriion i .m a, UM aiTlte al rniireusn at n:iaa. i. htttarnc tnu rttnveUMa Juactloai to IMavas ton, Mtnllaa. lor LoulsTilit; Clwiapoiit A Ohio Soto. JIa. a - Lv. lIo,.klhaTlll, I. A l:au a, as. Arr Nortainvllle. 1u:t;a.m. Lt. !frttMillle, C. AO ,T:17 p. 1 :4T S. ft AiT. litlllaTlllav M l:Jtta. u i-lu t. su. l'MiaaHilliM at LaMlariiUi t.ai mil tr-??. k.avaJ anu iur ma . irginiaa sui tae iMatHsaMi . Nil T a. I. I.t. H'.rklnallla, U A R rfiij a w.;t:Ua. as Arr. vi-.ui, " lu;i-M. w.; i:i;a.m. i.t rv.HisiMtMi, i,Uqi:-l sa ; S:4Hi.ih, mtt. iKiurau. a:wa i. m Arr. Kt it -hi. 1 11. fan. It. K. HJ:i a. ta.i 7:U u.iai Arr llhf-., M. A O. U. U Itru a m. Arr. Netui'hla, S:al p m.;l:Un.m l.r. Minii,ia, tu.;S;oua m Arr. IrArJiuif. ll.isia.im 1:14 tt.au An, llaiou It.xia i;kja ia :: a. as, Arr. .Viiiim,i, V;Ua. m (: a, as. No ? Iiaa rullmaa ntiffaMl aiuh.Bi I ssra to oamnecia fisr all im1mIs la Tijxaa, Ailuuia and iraaisunc ami now tirieaiM wuimmii r liana-a. L,ainitTNia. i uas i HauiiistiiHa 1-art.ar we- ellnlna rhahw. ami hImuIiisf ( in tu Uemrlila. Pir MKrit ki-lvXiuU.Sti'twt, boCMaln wu a irainia Birtans 0h'b iW lettera. attmpa, T S, n to t p. -a . Hnay itrvlcra a. m tSu m. itcllvrry, ntiN'tava A tsiSii, m. SOI TilKUN KrUKftorKU.K. Srnth Ht nsar llalsa. iumb Ma. au tail aa. a 11. W. TlliLaj, AstHit TEi.sxiRArn orrit'K, WestsMH tlnloaW.ITii at a Ira fwa alalai aavl mn sirweia. ta aasuiM and Mtaa I'aiA u aralora. - O. V. TIME TABLE." TataaasTjot VovemWr lOtk, wta). VSAINS SOVTM. No 1 Kr. I. I.e. KransTllIs Ar lltmtU'rwut Ar .ttrtltin ......... snwara i:iiuum . ): a in 4:4iitn ..IOr4Saas 4:8iium Ar Uoia-Niidnla Ar iN-kovea ., AriuraU , Ar Maiiipn Ar I'lineatlun ..llMspm S:Mpta , ... ii : m SB i :uj p ia M as 1:U p m a;iay su two m VSAIMS HOSTS. 'rs t. K 1 Lv Prinn-lAii , t.iQ am S : p m ArMarltm.. Ivlim S:Wni ArSlunrts T:ll a im J-U l, n. Arltehfnrn t:iHim i.Mum Ar Mnraiit4eM s.mam l:wuiN Art ..r-l"t S:U a ia t in p in Ar llfHtlert-m ln:10 a iu B:it i; in Ar avraimille ll.Uaut I:uia. Trains tears MorrsnaolJ for L'nlonbtwa at I: tO a. sa. aud u tu. TraUwi teava Uititmioirn for Marfaiilaltl st 1:14 a. nu anj l:U p m. aTawaTra ita I. L S. anil 1 tlallv iimiiiiliia. da Tm Ilia I aidif S HsmhU nulr . Trala Ifaslna t'tilraao atll:l& n. m. arrlrea a Kansv'tllflU:S0a. m.. msklna ilfm-t tlou In t iiUm HrNt with Ohio ValU-y Iralu Ne. as:aua. m imviur as iifHttei-wm roiiua. m., 'HiM'eUHi l:lt ii. hi.. Pftihicah H:UU it m.. ainl al Memtiis w:'M p. iu.,aaiiie n I a tit Train No lonC.O AH.W Icartiif M-in-phlaat :ia ai at i1 tins; at I. I until nt p hi., Ptinceton at S:M i p. n., inakliK itltwt oannertlun with tililo vnllfy tinln Nu 4, ar rlrluK at llentlvmin at u. m.. w lipro illrtvt connection la male In unUni tie) Ith K A T. II. train al :UA p. m , for lntvnii, Terre Haute. liKllaiiatwilla, I hiriimatl, St lunula, ami Ublrafo. lty tSia amiiigHiiieiit tlte travoUnc pultlle are nirnnlrtl lite iiili Leat atul liMMt di rect mute to alMive numeU t'liios v . w HK,MN, A. b Rim a nitti Oeneral ui la. I A T. A. Louisville and Memphis mm PULL1IAN Euffbt Bleeping Cats Plow AND TO LOUISVILLf. MEMPHIS, VICKSIURO, IA TON rlOUQt, AND NCW OR LEANS, via MEMPHIS. THE QUICK AND DURABLE RCL'TE TO AN1I PROM Ifew York, Phllailelphla, Unit I more. iraxiiuiXMiii, ram itna, (.111 I IMIII CaWIUra, ithiitniiHtl, lltiftnlu, t 'lflvcluiiil, TnlMi, Olilmijo, Imllaiiapolls, t'lmiliinatl, IrfnilavlUa, KA8TKKN AND NOItTII KA8TKUX TOINTS AND afemphia, Vlfkahtn-f. Union Rmige, Sew ' Uileana, kftitille. j.Ktlo 1iN-k, tot Hprlliffs Slid points In Weal TenncMoe, Tiw, Arkaiiaas, MttMlaslppI, Uxilslaua, ami TIIK SOUTH AND'SOIJTJIWKMT. ThellneUthfrnnplil.renl)ni1 and In ft rat cIsm eonilltlon, anil pmvdli'a nn excellent ar rKfiuoiiiMit In time ami tliiTiiKti ear. A FE-sT-Ifst U thy time nml cwnminlenrn imciinxl hv Hie llmltnl Kxt'tem Traltin. 0NLV A NIOHT S IDE lMtwien Ixstitsvllle ami ,M.hi.i.(u, hii1 the ami i)iil ktMt swrrlvabetwceiitiie twuoltlus snrlwesit Hslee, Tims Tables, and all ! uiv lii niaiion aiimr H Hiiidr to UKD. Maohi hkk. A mint, Morton 1 He, or W. U lUUUYY,tiim'l Pnaa Agent, LOUlMVII.I.h.KY. 1 fijR) '-r.. .iiiMl.7, f A i"1"1' i" '.1 ..d ,,.)'. uu,, urkt and s.s ai j h los frrtt. u tau a urs on J d vsjnablliina3a. "iia ear iars; itlva. Tbssa Hiii.ii ml Htlrbbonand it iboat fou-thmlwavmutis 1 ho rail - Sit L. & n, r. n. TIIK UIIEiT Through Trur.k Line l:lwrril Iho r llliK of CLnoLuatl. Lexington, Lculnvlllo - EYanivlllt, St, Lonla, . " Ami th. elllos of Kash7lll, liemphli, Montgomsry. Uobilt, ui Now Orlaani, WITHOUT CHANUEI AND SrEin CNHIVAI.KD. From St. Louis, Evanavillo and Hunuonion to thf, SOFrHEAST & SOUTH Through Coaches From above cities to Naah. villa aud Chattanooga, making; diiwt con lion with PULLMAN PALACE CAES For Atlanta, Ka.annah, UtM'on, Jflcksorj vlllo anil Points in Florida. . Conuootious am mado nt Guthrie, aud Na-Mhvil'e for all Hiita North, East, South and Wrst, In I'ulUimu I'alnco C'ars. EMIGRANTS IK this road will nxwive x.iul low ratm. Si-o SKtMits of this coiniiiy for retus, roulsa Ai' or write to C P. Atsoit, O. P. AT. A. IniHvill. Ky ARKAlASTEXAS California Short-Line VIA Mtmphli as! lit .1 R&ok Eallrcid, Th Orrot Tii.tiunh Ctr Routo. Two Tralnt Eaily to ArkanoM Without Changs. Only Cn Changs to Tszai acl . CaUforcla. Elegant Parlor Hialr ('are nn all Dally Trains. "WW . .mar hnn .iiikl.i u. .11 tml uu In aliini .a.l t U- flMMI, lil.ll .11. olhui hM1. Aroi't s l..mlk lnu rl.l. fl,nkiih .1.1. .ti,l vlshliin iMHlr. l.j- o.er i,r .i, imlN s aowi. a.jr th. utlier, l.jr t..lug iim Popular ThronbJJar Route Memohis and Littls 'Reck. llil,iM,lki ml. lie. lent .HI mil Tea tliruush wllh..ul .1,1., , !,,,.,,. ' ' NO KXTHA CHAH01C FOR SF.ATS IV! II . 1 ' . 1 . . ..... i-a luuuiitit lAIAt.H. TtlM. I'lllrhM ka.a IV.. ... I. . . . fir UK ...,il.l .1,1 .;iJ ,j ,i,.T;V-. .M.I lo irf ill. I tl. L.I...I '. B llvwanl In , lu Ihe 1'hnmgh l.h .ml rm.il lliTO. N .l.r nwlr ..iror. h Ii,,!,,,,,,,,,.. II wmilil M ,uir lln,. ..Iiii,,.i,., u,,,,.!, bi.ti.iiiiil i.Mliwrllw Hie rl. li ail l. ,,uru .. , . .... M I..IW1, .Mil IIIIU, ltmefiir I wuiil.t a,l,lM , gnl (, r ii,.r.nlry. Slliirl. wllh ll,. !, il ailBis null ill. a. I. " . inHflM IIHHIIIIM. Illir or rrm s f.nn. or Uk. U, t.ov.n,m,ul Ul.il a iv I ift bi W'tfk. 1'is.pl.emlnr.lliif fmm r,B ,-illi r,. tint eii.tur. iu. Mum., ,A Kiimi, rtw thtuk of Ii-hIihi Mm. wiwih., ,e. vm,w .ml .. . . . ' ""f i't mil .iinnr immiiiiI Onr . 11. tl ii l.iill.ii.lrirtlivlr iiim-i.ii. iraul '""i" "re iiM-riiiiui,ii. ncfiiU iIm .1,. F ? '1 tl"!'""""'"" N"ltl. !... ill. bi me r.ir lll ln(.irnill,,, WM yua Mais Ikua sad I'.j.m. f,, ,. wm.wa. , It. A. Vt ILL1AHS. "Southern I'smouitit" At,imt. . NiLslivillB, IViin, c .... v i rassmignr Airrait, Memphis Twin 1-ittla RiM'k, Ark. ItL'noLm ink, Oeu. Muiiiimir, Littlt. lCotk, Ark. TO TIIK - MEMPHIS TENN. Illinois Central Raiload. Un fojslir d Pnfrsi Mt , IIKTWKF.X . MemDhls & New Orleans. La Nj'lonilM KiHpntrntl Matfntiu-niii CftnrliOHl l'u II man Hwnvt Hlrriwrnt Tralua alwarsna ttma. llrowh- PhEkd Bcffcl .lecjjn Yu this !ioi;rK The Shortest Route, MEMPHIS TO Ne w Orleans. Only ftne nhnnKO nf enm for .fn-kwn Tills, '1, And thai nt Nim Orlrniia In linyllKlit, li.Mii.,1 trip lli krun. ron sl, at nil m3br tant ih.Iiii, rtiHillntf )a alvmphla, Tuun., ami lUf nilnnlMtntrnrU. It. svlieanr that ymirVIVkete rear! oYi.r iiiiiiuia i iiu iu 11. ii., nii tin elll uf Tin k h rnr any rnrtiier Inrormnttnn. oomrannteata with nrarost Uullruad Agunt, or (tenl. I'aas. Airunt, Clilonito, 111, a,d, 111 A-wt O, 1. A. Uuiiipiiirt, Tunn Cotton Belt Route. St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas Ry. TIIK ONLY LINK TO Arkansas and Texas, Two Daily Trains ' FHOM 2v 2v IIP XI I B. No Change of Curs to PINE BLUFF, TEXAKKANA, FT. WORTH, COIiSICANA, TYLEli, Or Intormodinto Points. Avoidinir a long and diHiitfiwnblo omnibus tnuiuiW at Momilii. EH50ANT DAY COACHKS, Pullman BUFFET SLEEi'ERS, RECLININO CIIAIH CARS. 8. (J.WtHNKn. H. W. MoRHisnif, S. K. rii.wiiKi'r Airt. Ut'nerai AKi-nt." JklKMI'lllH, TENN, p JIlI.r.lCK. .0 I.AtlR.Vt'MF, Urn Trallln Man. . i,in. I'aw. A.t, W. II, llonnillMJK. General Utnu.cr. ut. LuuU,a(u.