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There are many white soaps, . . each ! represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and . insist upon having it. Tis sold everywhere. ' 1)11. J.X SOUTflALL, PHYSICIAN and SUBOEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKLNSVIIXE; Telephone at oOc. Mil reelilsaos. Junius C. McDavitt, " DHTIST, Office over Keller's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell, , D3SX9TTXST. itnpirrNSVIIX2. - - KT " " ' OPBBATiaa A VNUUI, . osto over sf. FrsiiSel's sons. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, i. HOPKINSVILLE, KT. 1 1 oflre west side oK'tnrt Square. i r J -., I EVERYTHING . iioad tarts, on wheels. SZy Buggies! ;.i Hf Don't buy before getting .our ncee and catalogues. ' ' TH1 8X0. W. 8T0CEELL CO., Kern thu pirn. ' ifiai.ti SHERWOOD -.-HOUSE! - (Under New Management.) T. C. BEIDWELL, PBOP'R, 1 Ufa Bfcmplc Room. He System Call Bella. I SITES . . . tirDr- Spectal rates or tlie woea. Center lit a Looaat Evan8ville,Ind. teSINatonal, Barber S25T ; GRAY & YOUNG, Prop. K. INTU8T,N1AB!A1N. Sharing 10c., Shampooing 10c, Hair Cutting 25c ' NMMhk hut Sr.l-el.aa work Bail all done la me latent I (union, paiuuacuuu iuuuwmi , 1-U-ly TO ADVERTISERS A II. of 1,000 newspaper dirl.led Into tfUtaa - anal rwcuoai win m seat oa appueauoa KKJI. TwthoM who win. their adver.lf.nf to a wa ran offur no better uiudlasa torthorouch u affective work Uiau tba various Motion of our srtilttCt LOCl l.lrtt. otto. r. bow fix on., J . Kewsnaner advertlaluc Bureau . ' lo oii uclrm Nw York. McRAE & McCOY. Manufacturers of Hardwood limltr, White Otk, Bed Oik, WALNUT, ETC. ' ' At Most Beasoiu1.lt Hitit, ,. KELLY, . ' - KENTUCKY. " ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pat McMannon, SJioes $6 and $7. Repairing also at REDUCED RATES. Ninth Street, near depot. SCOTT'S C0NSUKPTIC.1 SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCH COLDS Waiting SImun CURES , Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many have gained on pound Jer day by its use. Boott's Emulsion Is not A secret remedy. It oontiiins the stimulat ing properties of the Hypophos jhites and pure Norwegian Cod ' liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Fhysiciana all over the world. PALATABLE At MILK. - Sold bi all DruggUU. OOTTABOWNI. Chemists, H.Y. ThoOrialnalWIns. -C. F. Slanoaa St. Leals, fropf H,n.-,-,BW.Wn(MNia,Sir. w. veun varaare j. M.ZaUla.Pvsp'rA.Q.SIaiaieesLlv. etBaplstor. Bit'd by ZeuiaisM. S. L. M. has ff 47 yaie HreieaarioM, Biliouskbss. airarsu,sica mkadacki.i.o.t eVrraviva, Soua Sveiuca. Utc, : Rsaaae, rattor U. K. Ctiurca, Ad.au, Tm wrltM:"! .taiaa i Mould aavs SMa SatS bet lav your uaamas St. A. 8i. saoas Liver Medidne. Itin eemstieies had as sebttilute "ZtUla's MefT'loryinu Ural viae, bet It Soat aaewsr the surMM.1 Or. J. . Graves, Kaiur TH l-ft.rt, MnepklaTTaaa. sclvsd a eackaa-s ef To.rLI.er Sictaa. aad have eiJtiHd M. It weraahke a ckaraa. I waat ae beuar Liver Itaralater aaa1 cer talaly ae at ere el 2ciiia'a suatera in & J ' ' Fi"'"n I I11' J JUNE 20, 1890. THE AOS OF TREES. It Oea Be Tel4 ar Omlaii let Blags mi a (Iroee Seetloa mt tfce Trmak. From an article, by Prat V. W. Pat Bam, oa "irehlatorio Be mains In the Ohio Valloy," la the Century, we quote the following: "Of late year several writers have brought forward - many argument showing anew, what every arcbamlogist of experience knows, that many ol the mounds In theoountry were made by the historic tribes. This has boon dwelt upon to suoh an extent as to make common the belief that all the mounds and earthworks are of rooent origin. Some writers even go so far as to Imply that tree growth ean not be re lied upon, and state that the rings of growth do not represent annual rings. As 1 am firmly eonvinoed that many of the mounds snd earth' works In the Ohio Valley exam ined by Dr. Wots and myself are far older than the forest growth In Ohloesa possibly Indicate, It matters little about the age of the trees growing over sueh mounds. However, as auch a forest growth gives ns the minimum age of these ancient works, It Is Important to Enow wnat reliance ean be placed on the rings, la hie report fur 1SST, Prof. B, K. I'ernow, ehlef of the Division of For estry In the United (States Department of Agriculture, discusses the format! oa of the annual .ring, when speaking of tree growth, la a letter reoently re ceived from blm, la which be points out the probable eause of error la eountlng the rings of prairie-grown trees, he states that he oonalders "any body and every body an laoompetent observer of tree growth who would declare that, In the temperate tones, the annual ring is not the rule. Its omission or duplication the exception.' "Having received repeated assurance to this effect from other botanists, I re oently again asked the qneatloa of Prof, a & Sargent, direotor of the Arnold Arboretum, from whom 1 reeelvod the following reply: 'I have never seen any thing to change my belief that la trees growing outside of the tropics each layer of growth represent the growth of one year, snd as far as I have been able to verify statements to the con trary, which hav appeared of late years, I am unable to place any credence In any of tbem. The following sen tence, quoted from the last edition of Prof. Uray's "Structural Botany," covers the oaaoi "Each layer being the product of only a year's growth the age of an exogenous tree may in general be correctly estimated by eountlng tb rings of a cross section of the trunk." . I believe, therefore, that yoa are perfect ly safe in thinking that Dr. Cutler's tree la something over four hundred and fifty years old.'" HEIRESSES FOR SALE. Led te Ttalea Aaaerteaao WUI Help Tfeeaa Owe, "It is characteristic of the present day," says the London Globe, "that a Oermaa paper should oontain an adver tisement offering to supply rich Ameri can women to needy Hermans of posi tion. The advertisement may be and probably la a mere swindle; but that auch a thing should be advertised Is in itself significant. The advertiser ap peals to uermans having titles or oftY sial positions and this includes prac tically the respectable male population of Germany to write to him in order to be put Into communication with Ameri can heiresses with fortunes up to four millions. All T to be private, photo graphs are to be interchanged, and the whole thing Is strictly "honorable.1 One sees at onoe that the thing Is as shadowy as the fascinating, abbreviated adver tisements which appear In the Petit Journal, where 'Veuve' or 'Demoiselle, 1 with a lot of millions, is offered to an impecunious title; but tbe fact is quite characteristic of tbe feeling of the mo ment "The untitled heiress bss been so much oa the hunt for nobles that the transactions have, as it were, passed into the market, and the fortunes of rich young ladies a . quoted upon the Matrimonial jsxenawa. There Is noth ing new In the situation. Since the daya when the world thought only of marrying and giving la marriage until the flood came there has always been a marriage market; but it has been left to our owa days to make the thing Into a matter, of advertisements and quota tions. It is tbe low-water mark of vul garisation of the .institution of matri mony; and, rightly or wrongly, tbe pro ceeding has lately identified Itself par ticularly with American women In fort une. Nobody can mistake the tendency of tbe last ten years ia tbe matrimonial market It has been an openly avowed barter of money for titles; and it has perhaps done more than any thing else to vulgarise the marriage oeremony." AN AMUSINO GAME. A Key to Any rersou's Kaane Hew te MrsUly reepla. By the accompanying table of letters tbe name of a person or any word may be found out In tbe following manner! A. B 1 H P C E O I K M C r a i K N B V O L M N O T V O Q 8 U O B 8 V D WWW - Y I Let ths person whose name you wish to know Inform you la which of the up right oolUmns ths first letter of nsme is contained. If it be found but in one column, it ia tbe top letter; if it oeeurs in more than one column it is found by sddlng the alphabetical numbers of ths top letters of these columns snd tbe sum will be tbe number of ths letter sought, By taking one letter at a time, ia this wsy, tbe whole asms ess be ascer tained. For example, take the word Jane. J is found ia the two columns beginning with B snd B, which are tbe second and eighth letters down tbe al phabet; their sum la tea, snd the tenth letter down the alphabet Is J, tbe letter sought. The next letter, A, sppeara is but one column, where it stands at tbe top. N is sees In tba columns headed with B, D snd XI, these ere tbe second, fourth and elgbtb letters of the alpha bet, which, addod, give the fourteenth, or N, and so on. The use of thla table will excite no little curiosity smong those unaoquaialed with thu foregoing. ilea alolnes (la) Uegister. Bridgton, Me., bss st least one ab sent-minded eltlaen. He mot with an accident and was confined to the house for several weeks, but forgot entirely that be held an accident policy entitling him to twenty Are dollars a week. DS. tCUI I ENOLISB FILLS. Are active, effective and pure For sick headache, disordered stomach. oee of appetite, bad complexion and biliousness, they have never beet) equaled either in America or abroad,. ' FRIDAY, SONQS OF LONG AGO. Be Mease Hair eat Sweet as Ike axasaeJTT I Mother's Tender Llaea. "The mothers of to-day do not sing as tbe mother did in lang syne," ssid a man whose buainoss -cares have sever overcome and crowded out the soul ol poetry and the memory of a happy boy hood. "You seldom hear s woman sing ing about the house now." So It is. The modern mother does not sing as our dear old-fashloaed mothers used to sing. She has little time to her self, snd If she did not have the advan tages of a musical education abe says she can not slag. . Then, too, the songs of to-day are not like snd never will be like tboae old songs. They de not touch the heart sad give tbe heart's feeling utteranoe through the lips. There are beautiful songs set to music, of oouree, snd won derful voloes sing them oa tbe stage and la the drawing-room, but bow seldom It is that we hear a song that thrills sad charms ns snd brings the 'pearls of " our syce, a voice piraeee es snd we hear horn. lh. tl.(tion of 1 H . . . , I having heard an artist of artists, but we will forget the singer snd the song long before we forget one word or one note of the one who sang "Bonnie Duoa" and "Annie Laurie." There are those of us who will never forget the summer evenings, the ripple of the brook In the distance, the stir of the woodbine lesvoa around tbe window. tbe sweet fragrance of tbe "blrk" from the neighboring wood, when the mother sang "Alton lister" snd rocked her baby to sleep. And then there were other songs that stirred our childish hearts, The Sol dier's Dream;" Our bus-lee auag .truce, for the sight cloud hail lowered And the teullael stars set their waloh la the sky; Wbea Ibousaade had sunk oa the groaad overpowered. The weary to sleep and the wounded te Reposing that alshl oa my pallet of straw. sly tne wou-euriug tasxo that guarded the slala, la the dead of the ale-til s sweet vlaloe I And thrlot are the morning I dreamed a again. Our childish Imagination could picture the soldier, alwaya handsome, ia bis uniform, lying down on the Held of bat tle to sleep under the stars, the pine knota' blase soaring away the prowling wolves, and he dreamtng of hearing his "own mountain goataubleatlng aloof," snd of hearing "the sweet song that the oom reapers sung."; There was snother song, old, very eld; "On the Lake Where Drooped tbe Wil low," tbe story of a girl who died in autumn; and, "I'll Bang My Harp en the Willow Tree." which later-day Bacon-Shakesperlans tell us was dedi cated to Her Majesty, Victoria. There was "Jeannette and Jeanot," "Old Ken tucky Home," and "Suwnee River," sad to-day ws ean not listen to O, lake me to nuy kind old mother; There let me live end die, . whether sung In soft, weird tones of s jubilee singer, tbe pathetic ones of .lit tle Ksvsnagb or of the every-day street Arab, without a rush of tender feeling. There was another song, s regular bed-time song in its wooing sweetness. It was "The Cuckoo:" , When winter eomee the woods Is my home, la sun, tut I sing In ths uwaduwa How we liko to bear about the little bird that hid Itself away in the brush in tbe winter, and in the springtime Its plaintive "cuckoo," "cuckoo," was the sure harbinger of soft, south winds snd warm showers. And last snd best of all was that song of "Clarl, tbe Maid of Milan:" 'Mid pleasures and palaeee though we may roam. Be It ever so humble, there's so place like home. No, there Is no place like home, sad there are songs like thoss of the old time, snd there Is no music half so sweet at the memory of those tender notes Buffalo (N. Y.) News. GOVERNMENT CLERKS. al.a and Weaaew Werk Tarsia. la Per fect H araaeajr. But do both sexes work together In the same office? Of course they da Amerloan girls csa take care of themselves any place, and these maidens are by so means spring chickens. Not many of them are on tbe marry, though every now and then we hear of one dropping off the pay-rolls with a good husband. Tbe late Attor- ney-leneral Brewster got a wife la this treasury. Department, bus was the daughter of an ex-Secretary of the Treasury, and she was one ef tbe pret tlott women that Washington has over known. Brewster saw her as he went through the department one day on some legal business long before be wss Attomey-Uenorsl, and he said to s Irlend: "What a pretty woman?" Kbe overheard and renlied la a ataen whisper. "What an ugly man!" and Brewster you know was ugly enough te ston a clock. Ills face had been burnt all out of shape when be wss a baby, by his tailing into tbe Are or by bis attempt ing to save his little sister from burn ing. Both stories are told, and I don't know which is correct At any rate he overheard the remark of the pretty treasury clerk. He met her tbe asms night st s reception and she found Mr. Brawatnr aa entptalnln a. h. ... Iugly. After s few months be proposed to her and she accepted him and got s wrirvieaa uusoano. oiepnea A. tiougias. married a department clerk and many of the ladles of the departments go Into the beat of Washington society. It Is aa unwritten law in some bl the de pertinents that a husband and bis wife shall not be on the pay-rolls at tbe same time, snd wbea two - department clerks marry one is expected to leave, Postmaster-Uoneral Vilas, however, ob jected to this theory, and a number .of the Cabinet olUcert now allow their clorks to marry, If they choose. One of the prettiest girls in the Pension Olfloe was married ths other day to s very accomplished young elerk, who worked beside ber. Their Acid of work, however, was ohanged in order that no remark might be caused by tbe mar riage, and they now hive good positions la New York. Not a few elerka are married secretly and tholr names ap pear oa the pay-roll of tbe department as single after they have been married. It Is a great deal easier to live In Wash ington on S-J.ooo s year than si.ovoa year, and Cupid gets along much better wbea both husband and wife can keep their aalarlea. Washington Cor, Phila delphia Press. Tobacco smokeqnkklyoontaminstos delicate fruit of all kinds. A few whiffs blown upon s box of raspberries will en tirely destroy tho delicate flavor of ths fruit snd render It unpalatable. The same may la s degree be said of straw berries. A Chicago baruur aaVW a raior gets tired snd discouraged sometimes. No wonder, It's "strapped" no often. Texas Sifting. Bucklan's Arnica Salve. The Beet Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores. Ulcers.,, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Totter. Chamied Hands, Chilblains, Corns, snd all Skin Emotions, and Draitivelv cures Piles, or no oav reatiired. It is iruar- auteod to give perfect satisfaction, or mouev rtifundiHl. Price 25 cents per box.- For sale by H, B. Gamer. - s Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Miuhael Curtain, of Plsinfleld, II!, makes the statement that she caught cold, which settled on uor luiitrH;she wsstmitad for a mouth by her fnmily physician, but grow worm. He told her sue wan a luwlrs victim of cotuumptioH mid that uo medicine could cure ber. Her drturprist sug gratod Dr. King's Now Dimworj (or muniiiiiHKiii; mie Dougm n DOlllc ami to her delight found hermilf benofiUxl from first liiwo. She continued its uhc and aftor taking ten bottles, found heravlf sound and well, now does her own housework and is as well as she ever ass. Free trial bottles of the (toot Discovery at H B. Garner's Pharmacy, large bottles 50c. and f 1 ,U0. Happy Hooslsra. Win. Timmons, postmaster at Iila- ville. Iud writes: "Electric Bitters 1, -d , 1, Mia mnM f, w ma then nil ntlittr mjnijuinyg combined, for that bad fcel- -,;. fmm I !"?""'.!' ."V"1 KidiiPT and Liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer aud stockman, of sameitlaoe, says: "Find Electric Bitters to be the brat Kidney aud Liver medicine, made me foal like a new man.". J. W. (iarduer, hard ware merchant, same place, says: Eleutrio Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and dou't care whether be lives or dies; he found , new strength, good appetite, and felt just iiHo ue uau a uew icane ou uie. Duly fiOc a hotUe at H. B. Garner's City Pharmacy.- . i UMBRELLAS TO MEASURE. Haadlee Deslgaeel eat rmlad tea tlnr. rawer (,-aa.latttlv ef Hie sin. A tall, spare old gentleman has been sees during the past few stormy daya In tbe gallery of the liouae snd strolling up snd down the corridors, always car rying aa umbrella, no matter whether Ueneral Oreely's weather were fair or fouL have that his hair and side whis kers woro snowy white, he looks very much like Rev. T. DeWltt Ta Image. Ills umbrella, however, is more noticea ble and noteworthy than himself. As he swings It Idly ia bis long bony hand or leans upon it while sitting In the gallery looking down en the freniied scene. It attracts attention, It is of silver, but its shape is Its pe culiarity. It Is aoither . round nor square, convex nor concavo not like poar, prism or pillar. lou have to get acquainted with the old man bimsolf to get sny Idea of it That is not a bard matter, for he has got a patent en that qoeer-ehaped han dle, snd Inventors usually talk at a due- trot. Colonel Hellers' Investments are trifles compared to what onr old friend of the umbrella expect to result from his discovery. Asking him to explain It, he said: "This Is what we might call aa auto graph handle. You see, It fits my hand perfectly. Thumb, palm, Joints all are precisely anticipated la Its form. Now, if you tako bold of It you will see that It will nut dt your head." The experiment was tried with Just the result tbe old gentlemen predicted. It felt like wearing a oust two sixes too big, or putting a number baton a num ber bead. it is s prime fact," resumed the es- thnslaatio old Inventor, "that no two people in all the hundreds of millions on this footstool have hands alike. The police of Paris many years ago aeliedon this great fact, and made use of it in de scribing criminals. Every suspect who falls Into their clutches It oompeled to mske an impression of bis right thumb In plaster, and this imprmtis preserved. with a description of his hair, eyes snd person. "Now, I have discovered sn applica tion of this difference in bsnds to s great practical need. There are half a million umbrellas stolen orery year. The United Stales Imports 8,000,000 every year, and as many more are made In this country. Any thing that will save your umbrella from thieves oertainly ought to be wel come. , .' . "All there It of It Is this: If any man wlshos to try my umbrells handle I take an Impreasiua of bis band In any kind joS a plaster or wax the latter la better that Impression la electroplated, and the eleotroplato shell of copper or silver is filled with lesd or some lighter com position, snd fastened on your umbrella. The whole thing can bo done In copper for a dollar. Uold or silver cost more according to the amount -of metal it takes. I can also take tbe head in wax of your favorite dog or eat, or your wife's canary entire, and tbea reproduce tbe 1 oi pro salon In metal. They make novel umbrella handles. This bsndle ean be oramented as much as you please." Waihlngkjn Cor. Philadelphia Press. SCROFULA It Is that Impurity la tb blood, which, ae etunulatlng la the glands ef the seek, sro daees anslfhtly lumps er swellings; which causes paiaiul ranaing aorss on tb arms, 1st, er feet; which develops ulcere la lbs syes, ears, or now, often cauiing bllDdnats or deafness; which Is ths origin ef pimples, ean eerous growths, er the many other mangesta turns usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fattening upon ths mugs, amuses eonsumption aDddeath, Being the moat ancient, it is ths most geaeral of all diseases er aSeeUons, for very few persons are entirely free from it Now Can It Be CURED By taking need's Baraaparllla, which, by the remarkable turee it hat accomplished, often When other medicines have failed, has proven Itself te be a potent and peculiar sxdlelne for this disease. Some of these curat are really wonderful. It you auger from scrofula, be sure te try Bond's Baraaparllla. "My daughter Mary was afflicted, with atrof slotts sore uses from the utne she was is months eld till she became six years ef age. Lumps formed la her seek, and on oi them after growing to the site ef a pigeon's egg, became S running sore lor over three years. Wsgavs her Rood's tUrwptrllls, when the lump and all indications of scrofula entirely dis appeared, and new ,h seems te he a healthy child." J.&CAiLlLS.Maurlgbt,l.J. M. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla SaMaraUilnitrlMa. (IteUterSI. Freperadoalr ST C L HOOD A wa AeeiSeseries, LeweU, alaes, IOO Doses On Dollar WHEN YOU 00 TO LOUISVILLE Have Yourl'lMUogrsph Hade at WYBRANT'S New Studio, No. 827 W. Walnut St. . ' (Over Mscaulcy's Tuestre,) MIITIHVILLK, KY. ricirtis copies i mi nv. woalllBnMa.i.hta ftt tiaaf Hawihsir aF tiMna AsnmJr ot HtwMfa. tf tU tewsastrntaaa, Caldwell & Randle, ;; . , M ANtTPaOTL'REKS OF ' GALVANIZED IRON, CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS, . mm mm craw act pra wan mn, .' AND DEALERS IN-. ' ... I Tinware, Glassware. Queensware, Cutlery and Lamp: JTlath-O-t. . BRYANT & STRATTON Business College NWMW- Ollasil 111 lMalM.LUUI3V llaeLtLa IV T a THE MAKKETS. Corrected Wet'kly by diaries ItcKo A Co., Tbe Urucei-a, lliklttnvlllo, Ky. rauviaioNS. Bntlei m lis. Kiiir-H',. 'iiiiltrv-t.M: cblrkens, fl.so te fl.ll. Himw-Shit,, ua. HauiaCouiitry, 11 to ins1.; sugar cured, 13 to v bhouMers US'. JuhU Ir. Lanl Itcrtneit, iy.; extra choice leaf, loe. i:iiwwe II bini. flour 1'aUMit, il,: .tauilard, tl.00. Mnai mi iier uu-iiui. Dried Hm( Uy plere, 1'.;cIiIim1,k;. uancKMiaa. Sugart-tirannlaUMi, s.; M. O., se.; brown, fS.; dark bmwii, lite. Tra-lll.t.k.tt0 toll.OU: tfraen.0euitl.0Qu I'oftw.-Urerii klu, U sue; liolilrn Klo. 9U0; u. I,. Jnva,su ton; ruavteil, sa to sue; gixHinu, aw v sue. list ln( IViwclen If X4. altdawsM Si. tH riu Ui 'Atf ; kuavy, 40 to tos, caknku iiooua. Tianiitiie. llai-su., ll.uu ier dot; SRl eaaa, fl.ll lu tl. ti per ,l.it. Corn lib i-nnt. Sl.ttt to SLW tier dua. t.le 1 n.,411.., ll.uu lu II.W; lib cans, 11,71 to line. I'eas Slkcna,l.iQtitJ.(J0; french tXOO psr WH. lienn. strlnr, lnieans, tl.os itariiui.trhitf lew.,1 11 pot- do; Slklu a ax. Its uau., 3.iijier Illarllierrleft Irti aus ll-t't pur mis atrawlNmlu sib i-aii .ue to fci.ue jier due . ka.i!)i I te. II) lib II.. ) r iliw. Hanllue Auivtican. Jls ucrdti.: t'reiH'h. 16K to sue per cau ; .mokeil. Hie jwr can. vv.ijKT.ai.au ao rai'rrs. Amilf iter Int. : 1 iil. a lose neiuouiid: evaiHir.tt-,1, lilr er miuihI. .MIIISl'. a. tV K'I' ikmu utauw irl.li, sun fur rlinire sound (ii!.; wri'l, ijv forWmltv Miund git.. Oiiloe fl, IT, per !u I'sliliave New, lu Ml 9DC. !lr.n White navr, 40r per sal. 81.HI, 4un per aal.; arreu Cntfllsh. 40s lr Mi.lll, 4u i j1 ; black e.vcu. 4ev pur yal. MlKceLLANbors Coal Oil sur per ial. Staivh 3 1., lur mt piHin.l. II in u, ti.val iter uux. Xall-i.;i. I MAGIC CHICKEN Cholera Cure m ua-anar Thousands of dollars worth of chickens are destroyed by Cholera every year. It is more fatal to them than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a liquid remedy that poiilivtly destroys the M icrobei has been made. Half of the young chickens are) killed by Microbes before they ore fryers. A 50-cent bottle is enough for 100 chickens. " It it guaranteed. If, after using two-thirds of a bottle yoa are not satisfied with it as a cure for Chol era, return it to the druggist from whom you purchased it, and he will refund your money. To ears Blllcasness, Sick Headache. Coasts pstioa. Malaria, Liver Complaints, take - tbe safe and certain remedy, BMTTITS tu the flWALI. ! (40 little toirMtoth bsjttle). THfcr AUK THIS MOAT OONTKMlSltl. Mnin.1tle lor Mil Ats. Price of lit.?r 2ftc prrUottl. KISSIHGiiHS fHDTtaMVSSI PANEL SIKS. ici'l .r. .nuniMk J.f.luiTsac.M.ntf"au.sBuaa,"tT.Uit Mi. CAUTION nounm. 11 cue aru.tir miii.ua anaiy ina. swntl dlrtot to ractory. ncloaioB MTnUMd priov 7. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMEN. pine Calf, lfrBTV Liwod Urftln ud CrsMdV BUOur Waterproof. licpt In tho world. KT.fl ml tin hi i.ito (;fmjink iiANii hi.vi;i siiob. ati.oo ii AND-Kicn ki wrir miok, J.AO VOIAVK ANI TAICMICIIH' MlOBe t.fili KXTHA VAU'K M.V HHOK. St.W 1 mi WflltKINOMKN'fl WUOKS, a.oo ami mi.tn hovk nciiool nuokS AH iiutilt) In ttiprrijsjs. Hut Ion and jLact, $3&$2 SHOE3lafd,?8. I.VS HHOK FOR MIHHES. West Material. Heat Nlvlo. nest Fitting. W. b Luugliu, Brockton, Matt. Sold by BUSH SHOE CO., No. 13 South Main St., (Coord Block.) , nOPKIXSVILLE, - KY. McQ-EHEE BROS., PEMBROKE," - KENTUCKY. FINE SHOWCASES. AABk for cataloena. TSRRY M'F'Q CONmviUI, Tbhm. .va kj i lv; i , i- l1t.au I Ism'LLtvn V a. I eV"KT3TlJi Y "a. bllilliliU ri i Sl a BILE BEAJS TiitiaiiarTiiiii t- V"1 " Ni'asrassa.'W,-ofc' 'Jf B.s.r 1 .. . .-.a - . lfir Hopltlnovaisi. TSy. HUMPHREYS' UK. HuMrvun'HnapKi eUmMfeuUfltijaWtt Mrvfull propivml pescr(piWtt) oed for mu Snan In prlv.ltj iirH-lk-s with sUi ', sutrl for or ilrij rsmritutHl by Ujspi . Km-j mlMtoamjss TbMsi SiwrinrTl tifir v Itivnui dnasriluc, MaTC tniormlurtnff tlM ym. anl t.rln ttrf i4 dtUWirSjyt.rtatllal Wriltl ( lhs VwTlwis uar or rswnstrsvt, vt vummb. wcm. F evert. Co.srittrsm. UimintUMi, . . Or ibb ("llr,urTstttUf .if leftui-i.'J ll.rrktys, us? I'blltlrtjtt .tr Atlulu ,. .'i, liyavaiprjr HnMiMc. uiiosMi:tiiM u ( hlf-rs MarsrH. VMlliac 'j OokL ltnocihUiv.7rT 'J Ncar-alita, To.tltjsrrMMsavls . ,i ileatisarha, ufc-k Ilsltis., VtKtlfo.y iP-ia, tftllxiM ttloratwli SauuraaaetJ or Pataral Farlsii a i lata. Kati mu iitte) rtrKmia. aa Ul PtiTiinua rtrhvM (rtiiiixi It araaialTsi rum HbriimAttf PtOtM . SPECIFICS Bltuveratid A 7 Pile-, BIIdiT. rttiiLkv A ttr lilMdltiaT ((vmiaalkart or kWf. ir Wak Kyta Ta l arris. IufltiBa, C.. Ik it HtMul ., VVhaap.ac Vmrnh, Vlotat ('out. ielama. (vjijnrsxl Hrmatlitnc Kar DUrharc. Imiialred HrarlBf i Hcrafala, tiilaUbfsHl Ukuada. rtl)ikvf. arl ltf Mill it. raj s-vi w fcaeai ., 27IHIday U iriu ... .iNarraaa UebllTlr Setnlaal Waak- a. nr laTtitunuiry umi aaitai ....fw Hri Wesllb. aakar..- .St) I rlnar Ueakaaaa.WaMMsM-.39 l'atn?al Perlatla, ttaav.ai $5 llsrat4a af Uw Heart. rlpit(toal .00 ItSlKalleaay. -la-ai. a, riiua" foot Ml iDUaihrrU. I'lreraiad a.-ra ..Si Lil3lt.s-;Mlir?"! Sold by Dninlstst. nr eeaC poelrvalst aa raoalpt f itrlc. I. Hiiwuir tlAn,AL. fl4 aasai ylrliiy ImaiifJ In tUh and ild. faaile! frva. I u in a r ra N Ma aT . K a lUsa S. M T. lie. AC npltnttmiAry s.ty ot I urtriavry M AmitvJ ou) ttajgWi oa lrriasut aa4 anriavr o, ! II tra and PuulUv aenl ftM. -uoraria, taiue. ntitssyvL aaa i sr OR MEN ONLY! wn lAif T er FA 1 KIR ANHOOr' Jr-ar-J ftai MfftVOUt EklAlTV iWaabmaaMmf SLmal..m mf ,J ? Ca. a.., JlaMt 'Tsw(lv HevtUrvvL M te etarwe tZt AJai avxrarsar iiMammiioidaf imm WrmTlavawlli,lig.TtiainUKblIlsrilTsW fsaf Aadwt.l tuifaJUsaa; M1IBB Tt.lTll .TsWbsIs at s i -a leailly frwea km Malem nav4 tw.wza rtrsUI.. a Hie Ik BvMfiadl. sVa,tt.uv.uai4ya4 sarwsvls smaliew (ai4i aa. a.Nl MKU1CA4. SUs. mWfALfA, ft V, Da. Waknir'i celebrated Coraline Health Corsets have one peculiarity which pertain 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 ia boned With . Coraline, a substance superior to the finest whsJe- , bone. Made in short, medium : and extra long waists. . There are assay fatllsiinaa, bat yea wil Snd "Dr. Waraera OinUiae " priatea oa the mtide ef every gvaalae eerset. Tety Sr. sold by year eeertet dry goods sealer. ' WARNER BROS. Mnfrl., New York and Chicago. nwsartiei naeMTlUe tiKH-r'ri M.rN I ,br ,.rie, ' Ml SelLFS m Ma,ii-.rMl . will ...4 vats u i.t r.a.ii. I. I.l,lv. .att.fc Ual, IbM. Mb. .m. M . , . w... nn w W&mtl ' tf rvlmra t to Savevy aar resets fa Tk falWaiBff sal fM " w-mmmjm boat Oi aalsili mvttttH i. sj,srs.toiltelet isi'lTwrn lkjurl,lth. l i"c.p.rir. rt.rt -rileal o W. easy ail esav lamTttAlXlvTi ACU.. ttwS i. ruaimAJ-S MiU Looisville, Sew Orleans " : AMI ' -.: Texas Hallwa.7, MISSISSIPPI VALL2? EOUIJ THE POPULAR LINE UETWKKH - MEMPHIS, UUKKN VILLE, VICKSBUItO,' ' ' BATON ROUGE -7 and NEW OKLEANS, TkAVEESINO a KAQKItlCENT and SVKH .).... ncTunEs)u oountbt. Til K Illi'e ami ftngar I'lmitallnM. snd great iiiimhIvo Hiircnr IIiiiim's sml Kunnai'ln. soulli lit llHIon Kntigiiaie lHn;liilty Inteieatltig, aad uevui fHll to uk'UHe tlie oliMirraiit fatneiigsr. BKTWKKN Mdililila ami Vlrk.lmrg ne Mae pawn', tlimngli .nine of tlie flmiat Cottea riaiiutlmia In the' Yazini-Ml.fiU.Iiil ll.lta, the inii-t fertile agiicllllural nuutlou of euuetri on eailti. TIIeKQriPluWTatii. pttyalcnl fomlltloa of tli Una are first ) tu avnr jiartlmlar pennittli'g a lilvli rule of HpetHl ami tnurlu( tlie comfort and uulvlj of pHruunigait, touristTickets. AC reiliKMid Itftnnfl Trip Katea ara on Bala at Ticket Oilli irrtnf iniiei ilnu; llntM Ut llatoa iwjHijre, Na (lili'nns and all poiiits lu boulliorn Texan, t;aliforuU - - I ami AltixJoo, t . , , maonifh:nt pul r. h a ?r .nrprsT oi.r,r,i 1,111 ian.i lIMVKK3l LOUIHVHXK ANI NKW OKI.fcASa VIA AltVUi'HlS WITHOUT C1IANUK. t , afI'HM4ntTri honld pun'h(ia ttfknf1 thl Line, Il t-ruiitliatli'Mllr thili4 AttiaUT UtHite lu thv botith to-cU" For TlttiB 1'nMiM. ilmi ('.tl.lsr. seii P..i,.. ir TTfikcta, aildiva. - H. u. MAUHT, JB-i P. iR. UOdKU-S ' it. 1 pen 1 11 nr. I'au'f a .ri VV llfilV 1 'sTLL i.. "iL a . ua. 1 at r Agt. - W, AM't Utiu. I'MVr A et. J. U KDWaUlkN VlM'Prea'l ud Uan'l Maa r, Mamphlt, Ttaa. P RADAM'3 MICROBE KILLER. h Crfiiieii Siscovorj af h ip. OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REM. EOY RECENTLY DISCOVERED CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATASah-, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY rtVIR, laONCNITIS, RHEUMATISM, Ovspgpsia, cancer, scaor. UtA, DIAtmS, BSISHT'S 0ISCASC MAL'RIAI, KVtS, ;i DIPYHERIA AND CHIUS. la short sll forms of Orgaale eud runotlona Dleeaeee. The Cures effected by this xtallclne are la waayeaaee MIRACLES! Sold only la dugs eouulnlng One Oalloa, fWee rkrae Callers a small tavestmeal when Health aud life can be obtained. kHitor of tho Microbe Killer," Free ' CALL OX 01 ADDRESS BUOOER LEAVEIL, ' ' ' IIopkinsYllle, Ky. Solo Agent for Christian county, Imnai laitUieM. Lett tet Ih w trtsi Iul TAILS 70B Tumsrs, ' L. k N, Eallroad. Tsaims ot?TB--B!4l and l.-tfl a. a.iltf aksd " e ihb tiaiTi-:svb. aauwtw p. m, XsAhtiUa ArrnmaiilalUa arrttte at s:47 k w. . n . MfsnaaaiuavT. akshu uuuatioaf iub. Kf. :,ip, di visum n, a1lTe1 iral' (tlalljr iet NonsIbt) leava riari4na nip, a ,. arrive ai I Hae'esUai Just lioM at BJB. HIittHl un UlmWf Birepi Similar., lea re PrinrausM JunrtltNB at f :u ft. tu., ariii ml rrias-awtai at line m. m, lltani-a Iruw irtitUai Juaetloa to PrtDoo- , aa MUM, Tor Lonlirtlit. CheupoiJci AOMc Nil Lr. ll.r.lnat III. L.NIiit,M. Arr NtM-tsmvtllo. W:M b at. f :t7 d. a.: 1:47 B. si I.t . N.ts-toa-tils. C. ft O , am... sevui-s pisvsa t .aw tn, ass . , m . J. SSS. C'ounarlluiM Bl LtsttUlllle tur all usslaU kaat. sou uar ui t irsnmaa aaa Uie rMMtltNa(. N.i Mrt I. I.T. ll.ntklBerinl, U N., WMCI p a.;l:il s. M irr. NtsrUsU villa. IO:Uu. m IliiTa .mm Lr Noruw.ilia, C. A lr a ta t 1 i p m. Arr. I" ml isr ijvi .( l:-p. aa. Air. rult-ba. 111. Tea. tt. a. hi nt, au; JMmt. Ait. Utnilila! I 4 a ia.': I rlt a. ai Arr. lichAlHirr. )S:wi a. aa :l:Uu. m Arr. Umum Hnugm s:U . m ;:lvs. a. XtT, New o ii a a, a. m iMb.m. No I aa I'ullinaa lluffet (ftleenhte t.ara ia xesinnaanii .wrw art iviaasw es immii wmis'IMWh U tur all iMilnta la Tela. AiUm.aauU aiiiortiiB. Ktf I liae CnsMbtitalwrO I'artttr Ma. Itnlni rbalra, anil Mlevtilii: i'ara ( Memuhle. HfxT OrL K--VBM Mute) Uv4, tarta Mala an 1 rtrm ia s rwu, Olrca it, lallera, e4aMse, T I. m W p. m iM-niey ufilrcyi a. m lotp at . B dellvpn, suastaTB e U p. at. HOI TlihHN' KXUIkAaorricK. OvtmlN M.. Bear stain, uuaa Uti u. sa. II, W . I.Um, Atraal. . Western I'Blaft etalra raraer IIrIb aasl liibUvtHa, Mr ahatwUB aaU Mlm Pbi vk eraitjra. O. V. TIME TABLE. Take affect SorvtMbcr Huh, iiMf. TftAIWS SOUTH. So I No. t. RvAnevlllsu. 9:- B M a:Wiiia Ar llensU'i-MM..., ..M:ta ta 4:14 t ta ..Ui:aai 4:Stipw Ar l ..rvtlssMj Ar MorKanrtela ., Ar IsekureH ..... ,11:111a v ni ..ll:trtpai tt:Mpa ..:! pai I .tu p a . 1 nat p a t p ni . . S.U p u u at rHlurxle .... r M arista ....... Arfrlacdiiva TstAINI Norm . V No. Il Xn. 4, Lr Ptiareloa liUaa Sroupm 1 llia U:lm t. a Ar Market. : r hiii ,--.) rlrek.aa . .. mm 4:Uu ta Iim t:f a .... , :Ma at lino p ra t:U a ia : p at Ar Wuianneld., ArC.r'ln Ar HeMitcrwia... Ar KvBllavtllB iw;au a ta a:ii p ta Il;tta Tri p at Trmlitt lei re MrifangeH for Uuluatowa at ;av a. aw. aati :ow at m. Tratua leave Uiiluntdiwa for Mor-riii field a: -Train. I, s. A, sad 4 ilsllr ftiespt Hua dar 17 . Tralae artti 4 aunstav oulr . Train lea ins l.blfico at 1 1 :!& d. ta. irtirea ta KvaairlttB v: a. ia., maklttsi direct mantw lim ta liaiuB JriMt a lilt itUlo Vallav Irnta No. t :wa. imu arrtflnc at lli-utlrMm lv:a. ia.. rtut-ehHt f.li p. a Paduvafa fJJu a MlHand at empaia ;w p. ta., same nijcn. Train No lua C (, .W. Iertnv llnio pbLaat l:4s mM airlvltifsl pBilnrah at 11:4 ou. rriareiou at 10 u. aiM atak lac dlrort caaneeiion wiia taiw 1 auer rain Au 4, ar- rirlntTat lleadentta BlHnl 11. ia- wliere diiiw-t roaiMwtlon U atade la uwtmi tleind a lilt K. A T. , iraia ai f p. at a nr inoeHiifr', Terra a uie. iitiiiatiMinixis. b Hr uhni . i iita u. iDti Cfclr-irr. Hy tiila arranict'tttf til tlte tiattilhiK uuiig Bn.aBttriMtj uta tiiiii-ktjsi audiHoatdt- reel mute Uialtv aaiued cilie W.W II bob a a M, A. m RHB AtiBft . General oupi- O. I A T. A. Louisville and Memphis aiT PTJLLMAIT Eufftt Sleeping Catb raua and rn LOUHVILir, MCMHte. VICKSBUR0, tA TON H0UQC, AMD NtW ORLEANS, via MCMPHILV TDK QUICK INO DURABLE BCUTI TO AND tWiiW New Vnrk, rhllndelphla, naltlmnre, Waftlihiprton, Norfolk, Old Point Comfort Ulrliiiuiml. lluiTalo. UluTeland, (JIuTeland, nilUuBiKiUs, , Toledo, Chirac Ban. In L'liidlitnatl, JjOiiUvlllo, BAST Kit N AND NOKTUK ASTEKN POINTS AND llemphl-, Vlrkalmrgj Ilnton tlotign, Now Orlfni.a, lloldld. f.ltlle Konk, Ilfrt Mprllio . aitd (Miliits lu Went Tenncaeet Tmni, ArkaiiBBB, Illaalsalppl, Lou lata ua, and ' TUB AOIJTI! ANU bOUTHWKT Tha tine Is thomitirltlr millililMliI .nil In Sm.. else, mmllll. 111, enii iin.vl.l an eiiclli nl ar-raiip-iiiriil In time ami tliniuxh nam. A FChT USt 1. the time ami mtivimlenre mtuiviI hv U,e I .hnltnl Klpimw Trains. ONLY A NIUrlT'S IDE lielar-n lml.vllle ami Ui iniilila, bimI the Imim simI iiilrke.i Ki vlnelMlweun the iwuflilu. ever i,ireml, Vnr lwt Itatea, Time Tallies, ami allila- slrvitliiriiriiiallnii aiilv u, tlao. lliuRciiRB, Apiriit, Vortmivllle, or . W. II l'ltlJU,nr,i;,,n'l I'm Aannk ' LOUInt II.I.K, nr. lal .V Mtb lOO.OO. best Ht alrb la lbs wrs4. I'ariWs NmtiMatf Was rati t4 has, yt flwtk laitW anil ,, aioa, i(h vtuika sad tasst lal talus om raaaoaia h loralilr Mu ttriir. n.. free, loaetttsr with ur larra 1 ara free. All Iht wark nu I what ws aaad yaej U ah who rail jaur ubomt ' tal atwsyi rwtulis 1 la vsluslil Iraira IW st, hii h hokJs for yrars k ottcsaisi ' " -r rtpaU. W. pay alt aiH'M. frslkl, sto J ,uw ih,i, tM whi Jt uritrt tw u. Misrrwai Hu w sVUO at v.k Satt uriwarvU. iUi atanrd. Ant I 12LW. aUftMS a iSM a. rertlaM, Hatae.' mm ffiSvv rDrp.Ji2! a ,-'rre 1 ""nMiu snai' .- .a., rr.i & N. R. R. T1IK OUKaT ' Ihrough Trunk bulweeu the cities ut Lino Cincinnati. Lexington. LoulavUl Evansvillo. Bt. Lonls, And ttierltlntnf NaihYillo, Kemphl, aontgomtiy. Kobllt, and Ntw OrUani, WITHOUT CHA3QE! ANDSFCED (JNR1VALCU, llta ,n,am.a - ..wwjpi mwm ibj , From St. Louja, EvannviUo aud Ilwidemon to the SOUTHEAST '& SOUTH Through Coaches From above cities (o Nunh. U'auil Cl.atlauooKa, nmkiug direct oon tion with PULLMAN PALACE CAES S ll.-lj MM'im, Jacknon. TUie and Points ia Florida. Conuoctions are uiutle at Outhrio and AtwhvLllo for all points North, East, South andWrst, In Pullman Klwe Car. EMIGRAN rSfrk(T,!f,!:r this road wilt rewivo ajwial low rates, bee turi'uUpf this wuipaiiy lor rate, routes A., or write to V. r. Amoht, O. P. T. A. Louisville, Ky ARKANSAS, TEXAS - . AND . California Short Lins VIA litmphli and Llttl Hack Railroad. The Great Through Car lfoute. Two Train Sally to Arkaniai without a Clunn, Only Oni Chang to Texu and California. Elegant Parlor t'lialr Cars on an Dally TraiiiH. rertnlT-ln aillra atttH-ter aa.t ask. ko.H aiHrker Ut all pvttiu la !. MctUu aul UaU (tHNla trian sur thr rtttiie. Ainlfl a twu-mtta Ihisi rl.le ihrvM... u...ki. and eljrtUs an fcHin It over ! aue Uata aa4 4A auarebji Um Kher, bjr taking lit - Popular ThronjhCar Boata Memphis and Little 'Rock, Aharvlatt-lr tba otilv II m at.. wm .... ttinHtfjIi alitattutdelaror traa-rer. . NO EXTRA CHANGE FOR SEATS Tneaa raarlir hnrm la oh.M. . 1 t. ator lbs tHoiftrt aoaVaeUaia .if tha LatlcraNi and to MM that the lwal i.u... ... .. alio awd u f.t In tbe Thimih t ,sa and eru4 tjx - "'WW n,i ttn-u I allurement. tnalteu.ist tn.l.MriU the rl, h and trsiitlful tMsu.ee and tortile InmUitl Arttauwu aad Telaa. TUeivft.ra I wtHUU ad Ue rim ta g aud r.tarMir. Exatntiie lite rsxinir . ftlliiele alth thj lawpva. Iaarw tae asivaatrr Rttd dlsad anUire. Kiainlne Hu m-Ihm raellltlea, Uht or nat a Una, or Uia up trot arautvai Um4 aad sr.! to work. IcraUnr the en rmw tie isa(beaa eaa- ad em I uta rtftita eisld nf kasta. ka. Ilia NrrtlilveaslAra avtm-. I e hlnk o( It nine lime Hts.i(.m .. I.. bl tier aladx In eiciianre fur ottr aitrinr MHlhf Tet theia are unN-ruitiiMi airrntA alto flva "riiHiiMi..i ma uriliwct4. 1 to aid BitesYitetll VUlt Arkaaaaa aad Totaa aad uwa Jndsrrl U me fr fttll Inf.uiuaiUwi. f ill aJ rou Map, Um4 Bttti rajteris (it. li. A. ILtMM.-. SouUiorn l'ltNramr' Awut, NaHliviNt, Thiiu, Ciiah E. IlKsTM Vmmir -Agfnt, Mmiihia Twin j if iiuitii, it r, r. Little llook, Ark. Rudoltb Fink, Okii. Maiinxer, Littlo ltot k, Ark. -to Tim- MEMPHIS TENN. AMU Hinois Central Raiload. fa ?ja!ir - d Prsfwrsd Mi nirrn'KKX Wemjjhls & New Orleans, La A'lenilid Kiiifpmrntl . Magnint-eiit t.rvitorittsir 1'iilluian liiiiti t 81rtirt 'x iraina Biaayaoo Una, wrap : Nm hH fan 1 ia a it in uutJTK mm cm 10 mwi-' asfl mm- mmtmMmrm ... lil::.JIJUULlJ23 TJie Shortest Route, ivajtUMriiiB TO New Orleans. Onlv nne chansi' of ears lor .laritonvlll., ria. Ami Iliat at Svw Orlnaii. In llarlliilit. Kiiunil trip tlrkeu are nn aals at sll Impor tant lailiiui, niadlii. via llemlila, teua., and the Illinois Central!!. K. iiifT."" .','"!' ynOTIckets rend over "?S.!",r"' " "n'1 tucure the non em of Tliroiiifli bieejieia. ror anv inrlhor Inlornintlnn, wramauloats vlth noarent Uallroail AannLor """"""n H.lltKaoN, -A3 Katrp ienl. I'nss. Arent, ' Aat u.v V Goal Chlcagii, 111. lueiuiihls, Toaa Cotton Belt Route, : St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas By. THK ONLY LINK TO Arkansas and Texas. Two Daily Trains fltliM No Change of Cars to PINE BLUFF, TEXARKANA, FT. WORTH, CORSICANA, TYLER, Or Intermediate FoiuLi. -Avoidinp;' a lonsr aud diaaimwalila' omuibua transfer at Memphis. ELEGANT DAY COACHES, I Pulliiam BUFFET SLEEPERS, I RECLIX1NO CUAIR CARS : 8. O.Warmkii, H. W. MosBimm, S. E. I'liaMiiiiKi'r Apt, Uuueral Axunt. JlliSIl'lIIS, TENN. "" D MIl.t.KH, E. 0. l.lllKAIHK, ' Ui'il Ti'alllr .Man. Uan. I'nss. A.'t. W, U. iUlll'IUI)UE,Oensral atanaaar. ., St, Louis, Mo. . L.