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many white1 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 tfie genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. . JWSMESSJJRDS DJLJ.X tSOUTHALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KT. Tel. pbone at oflBuc and naldenoe. Junius C. McDavilt, DENTIST, Office over Kelloy's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell. S2SX7TXST, HOPKINSVILLiL - - KY OPBBATI1TO A araOlaXTT. Ofllce over at. t'rankel'i Sou. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office weit alda of Court Squire. 6nA r-ir-ro! EVERYTHING Koacl uarts! on wheels. nrv68156' Buggies! gr"Don't buy before getting our prices auu i-buhukuw. TTT7 BET Vf. ETOCKELL CO.. XMnettilMlr- AaBME.I.a. SHERWOOD -.-HOUSE! (Under Hew Meniiemeut.) T. C. BRIDWELL, PKOP'B, I rjfe Sample Koonia. Ilea Syitem Call Helta. BATES .--.$ set Daj. Special rateeliTthe week. CunmJLUKm0i Evansvillejnd. rffiST National Babsr SSQP GRAY & YOUNG, Prop. K. NINTH ST., NEAB MAIN. Sharing 10c, Shampooing 10c, Hair Cuttiug 25c Nomina hot flnt-elan. work an.! all done la t-Il-ly TO ADVERTISERS A lint of 1,000 newspaper divided tnto 8tats and m-ctluiis will v sou. un appucotiuu JrKEK, TnthoHe who want their nlvertMng to pa w ran nffur mi liettar medium for tlioroucli Kill effmlve work than the various Miction ul our fctdoul Local Met. UKf F. ROWILL id t .Newspaper advertising Bureau, iu bprucs street. Now York, McRAE&McGOY. slanufautureri of Hardwood lumber, White M, Bed Oik, WALNUT, ETC. At Most Beasonablt Batii. . KELLY, - - KENTUCKY. ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pat Melton. Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing also at REDUCED RATES. . Niuth Street, near depot. ' WHAT SCOTT'S EMULSION CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS Wasting Slteaui CURES Wonderful Flash Producer. Man; have gained one pound per day by its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret remedy. It contains tho stimulat ing properties ot the Hypophos phites and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over the world. , PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all DrugyUU, OOTT BO WN I. Chemists, N.Y. HIAPFIE111 The Original Wins. "C. P. fllmmni . St. f Prnni M. A. Si .n moot cr Modicins, Ka-t'4 1840. la th V, U. Conrt osfkats J. ll.ZeiUn,ProprA.Q.SimmODS Lir Rcrulator, Est'd by Zeilin iSbS. A. JL 8. L.. U. hsi tar At w.m t Ctirtft INDIOSSTION,- BlUOl SNKKS, JTSPEPMA.SICS llBADACHKI.ObT i Am-titb, Soua Stomach, lire. Chureh, Adm. TnnM writes: " Alhink I ahoutd hava bcn dttul but ioc your Utnaina M. A. Stm ""f- Medicine I bsvt 1 sometint had to subslituts "ZeUlin'S StuU'nr.A... it . jt f cios, bat tt don't answer ths purpose. M Dr. I. R. RrM VAlt n. BaMisi. MeraDkia-Tttnaa. sist I rcccivsda ntckaar of vourLikM Mcdidns, And have used half of it It works iika cfaarta. I wih no 1 bUr Llrr Hseulator and car. k taiaty ae siort of ZeUia's satatofa SjiophincoUif lif nttuluflit. TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1890. NEW YORK FASHIONS. What NtjrlUh Wwu.m Will Wear During the Ml d manor Metuota. It U ruiuorud that tho ono-b"tton glove li on It way to popularity. Throe and four-out ton strle aro already In bleb favor, owing to the lenfflh of many 01 toe fashionable si wires. Tho new Russia-leather jrloYoi aro highly porfuniod; tomo of thorn aro In vary bright roddlah tan that t the nat ural tint and U highly popular this aoa on. French kid U cumin 1n airafn, though Huede it atlll more generally worn. The now mouse color la very gHnteel,M and goo well with noarlr evnry eostume. r or "half mourning, lavonder Suodo gloves with Mack polnU are prepared, 1'uoe la ono of tho new color for tock ln(ra,butlt la by nomeanathe aggressive tint tliafc formerly went hy that name. It la now a cloar bright shade of helio trope. It la found among the fine silk tocklngs, many of which are dyed in mouse color tan, item-green; guidon brown and vlolot to match tho glove. as it Is fashionable to have those cor respond in tons. "Mammock" dresses designed for ele- gaut wear on sultry, lazy a (tor noons are announood. They aro made with long flowing Ureek lines; they are atoelLuss, cushion. ess, balMHUiig, hut graceful withal: having no look of uutldy loon mesa, and are made of all tho soft pretty erepallnea, chillis, cartneUtoft, and also of China silk, foulard and surah. The Spanish mantle It among the sur prisingly lengthy Hut of light summer wraps. It Is comldttrod particularly stylish, and Is to be worn with drossy toilets of every description. It consists of flschu-sbapd shouldor-capo of roal lace la .Spanish and Chanttlly pa Horns combined, with long scarf ends that cross at the bolt and fall low on the dress sklrL To many figures these are much more graceful than tbo all-round variety. The handsome tweeds, English serges and fine French cheviots are made groat use of in the formation of stylish and useful traveling-suits for journeys by land and sea. Many new and attractive shades have this boshou boon added to the familiar dyes, and there aro also novel effects in stripes, bars, plaids in ro fined color combinations and Vono tian-patterned bordering. A very old fashion has been revived In the cording of each seam of tho hod ice, and also the closely gored sklrL A heavy cord goes round tho bottom of thi skirt snd up each seam. Silk general!) covers the cord. When- the gown Is ol figured or striped fabric, tho cording. corresponds with tbe flower or stripe it shade. N. Y. Eventug Post. A WONDERFUL FAMILY. A JpaM 1loMkild In Wbich Many UsnorsttloBB aro KoprsMontod. "A thousand years In one household1 (ilia tern-Hen) is an oJd Japanese saylnjr, employed with reference to an evont rltiuh, tn rospect of nxtnme rarity, may be classed with the slg-ht of a dead don' key or a tinker's funeral. J ho llochl Shiiubun says that an ins tit 110 may at present he found in the household of a merchant called Minima Gensuke, who resides In Kanaiawa, In the 8a i tains district of 8 ado. Tbe family consists of the following members: (ircat-great if rcat-ir rand-papa (lengo (aged 130) great-great-groatgrand mamma Toini (aged 133), groat-great-grand -pa pa Uem- bei (aged 101), great-great-graud-mam' ma Aliyo (aged 99). great-grealgrand- aunt iosbl (ag(Hl 103), groat-grand pit pa (iensuke (aged 81), great grandmamma Klml (aged 7tt), grandpapa (Jempachl (aged 01). grandmamma Toyo (aged 60), papa Uenkichi (uged 40), mamma T01110 tngod Utt), uncle Uenroku (aged IV), son Uenshlohi (aged U), daughter Tokl (uged 5). The united ages of the four toen amounted, at tho cloao of last year, toV80,and consequently became tW4 on the first day of this year, according to tho Japanese method of calculation. Next New Year'a Day, supposing thai death had not intervened meanwhile the aggregate ages would be 1,008, and as W4 is nearer 1,000 than 1.008. tho fam ily have resolved to oelebrato their Uiu ten-nen this spring by a visit to the shrine of I so. and afteraards to Kioto, where the whole fourteen, from the lit tle tot of 6 to the grayhead If be atill Las any hair of 130, will do their slght soeing in company. I'all Mull Oasotte. A Calleo K Itch to Kaeqae. All good house-keepers know tho value of a large-sised apron fur uso In tbo kitchen. For some years 1 havo used another and as necessary a part of a kitchen outfit, namely a kitchen sacquo; calico aacque fitted loosely over my dress, that 1 can put on when I am dressed for tbe afternoon, if 1 havo to go tn Hi kitchen, as ono so often has to do with tbe help" wo havo nowadays. It Is buttoned up the front closely to the neck, and the sleeves hare bands at tho wrists. 1 find it keeps out the smell of tho grease, that will saturato a woolen dross, when one has to spend any time cooking on the stove or range. This with a largo kitchen apron gives mo a complete coatot mail; and thon when my work Is fin I shod I slip off the xat-que 1 and apron, and presto! 1 am dnittnwd again for tho parlor or company. -,rh an little trouble. 1 would not be without the siM'que for many limes the cost and trouble of making 1L tiood Housekeep ing. A Oilniso of t'arl Mrliurs. Promenaders on upper Itnmdway often see a middle-aged man. ltunt of form. with his hat well pushed back on bis bead, bis overcoat tightly buttoned around him, and with eyes snapping through an enormous pair of gold bowed spootnclos. It Is Carl Hchurs, ex -So nit tor and ex-Cabiuot Min ister, lie peers into the storo windows with all the eagorneua of a woman look ing for "job lots. Jlo Is particularly fond ot books and engravings, and de motes a portion of each day to visiting old curiosity shops, whore be occasion ally llnds a raro tomo or etching to componsato hi in for his trouble, lie Is growing old very fmtt, and has almost completely drofipml out of lifo In New lork. Occasionally ho Is seen In Wall street, and once In a while at the thea ter ur a public dinner, tut be no longer minifies In the (Trent whirl of the town. llo spends bis evenings at his club or the opera. IS. Y. Letter. Tiie.Corean do. not hnvo tbe trouble o( tarrying his umbrella In his hand. It is Hko an ordinary umbrella in general shapo. only It Is smaller and has no handle. It Is made uful led iKiuor. and Is worn on the head over thu bat Llght-ilngnrTil, deft and imitative av the Japaueao auUCMniMu un-, It ta!.v them as long tc luarn itm pmper am. grueoful Uo -of ,tho knifn uu I fork as I requires fur us to master tlK e.olutiuu and etiquette of the chopsticks. IS L1E WORTH LlVINOf Not if vou fro throuirh tlm world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are positive cure for the worst forma of DvsDeusia. . Tndiires- tion. Flatulency and Constipation. Guaranteed nd sold by II. B. Oa neb, Druggist. ' - POP WAS UNLUCKY. Be Went Oak t Dray Smith, Iat Sin Ho lrnppt Him Instead. At about three o'clock in the af tor- noon I oame along to a Kentucky 'squat," which differed from a hundred others only in the fact that a woman and boy sat on a log in front of the opening in tb brush fence, which might be termed this gute, and hocaue six dog wore lying in the tun Instead of the usual throe or four. I asked after tho man of the hou to, and the woman replied: IIo un hain't homo just now.' , 'lto back soon?" 'I reckon, llo 'un has gotio down the road a piece to drop that Dave ISmltb," "To what?" I asked. 'Todrop Davo Smith." . 'lto you mean ho has go no to shoot Sinithr 'Sartin. They ua has bin wantln to pop at each other fur a long tin.. "Thar she clatter!" sboutod tho boy as uto report of a gun reached our oars. and he was off down tho road like a deer. : "Reckon the ole man dropped him. calmly observed the woman as Mho went on with her work of patching an old woolen shirt. I expresHod my unbounded surprise at this sort of mnn-htmtlng, but she said It was one of the cuKtoitis, and had to bo lived up to. In about ten minutes the boy reappeared, and, sitting down on the log to got bis brunt h. he said: Top's a-comlng "Drop Smith?" mLo queried, without even looking up. "No; Smith dropped him. Pop's got buckshot in tbe shoulder. Hotter git things ready." "Heckon I bad, Jim, she shouted, getting up, she folded her work and moved into tho bouse without tbe least sign of excitement A fow minutes later the husband came up at a slow walk, with the fresh blood dripping from his shoulder, and baited long enough In front of me to say: "Evening to you, stranger. Sort o' make yourself to homo.' 1 wont out to drop Smith, and the ornery varmint was wnltln' behind a bush and dropped me. Ult tho blood washed off and tbe shot picked out, and we'll hev a visit You, Jim, take his knapsack and abow him wliar' to wash up," N. Y. Sun. BOOBY ON "JOMMETRY. The ttoervts mt mm Obotrase BeUaoe Do Ac r I bod la I. octal Torma. ' Jommotry la a study witch treats an a mighty dry treat it Is of dlvldln up surfaces. On the tlrnt page Is ax urns. A axum is a thing you can guess without oskin, or see without lookin. as. A ele- funt Is bigger than a rat Ouly thoy don't have any animals in join me try, and that's why it's so stupid. One of the easiest ax urns to remember is "A at rate lino is tho short is distance be tween two point. This is pretty true, but It depends on how the walkiu' is. and on what lays be tween the two points. There Is two kinds ut Join mo try plain and solid. lMaln jommetry la any thing but plain; but solid jommetry is orrully solid. Kfggero come next. They have sides and angles, liko old maids. A square is a flger with four ekal sides and four oksl angles. Tho angles are called rltfltt angles, because you generally make thorn wrong. A triangle has three sides, and comes to a point. I always come to tho point when I want money for f-hooiln crackers an so onr and then mother tries anglin for me with her slipper, or hor hair brush, wllchever Is handiest. After awhile you loam theoorems. You draw lines, drop perpendiculars. and ull that. Kvery thing is A. 11. C and I). K. V. One of the first you learn Is that a strato lino drawu through two parallel lines cuts them at the same angle. It looks easy, but It's no fool of a job to prove it lty and by you learn about the square on the hippopotamus of the right angled triangle, otherwise known an tbe pawns as bonorum. (Thorn last throe words is Latin.) Solid join me try is moreinteresttn than plain Jom me try. It is fun to make cubes an pollygones out of pasteboard and gum arable. It koops you so busy you can't run errands; au' tbo boxes la jus the thing to keep files In. I oo Hilly Adams ouUtide with a stray dog, an' I gueas I'll go out an cbin him awhile. Jonas Lou u low, In Santa Clans. Movad to Stay. "There Is ono solace loft mo at least, remarked the old farmer. "After all my boys leavo an 1 and go up to the city. after the pigs and the cattle die, and ov ary thing else forsakes me. t he re Is at least oue thing tbat will slick to the old farm. And that is V The mortgage. Lawrence Amer ican. Ilcit.arkja.blo Woanasb Kujonos To-day Is my thirtieth wod ding anniversary. Kervmlth Wife still living? "Yes." - "Lived with you all tbat time? "Certainly' (Admiringly) 'What nerve tbat woman must havo." Chicago Tribune. A C'arluolty. Pollto clerk (showing goods) Hore is something I would liko to call your at u ut Jon to, lady. It's the very latest thing out Mrs. Rounder (absently) If there's any thing out later than my husband I'll take it If only foracuriosity. Life. xUUtlve Custtom. Anxious Tailor: lty the way. Sena tor, how about that little hill or mine? Nolomn NtatcHinnn: In splendid ahapo, my dear sir; 1 will pnas it to a third reading next woek. Jury. A Clooif "I do not tike the way you speak of this paper," said tho editor. "Why do you persist tn calling it a shoet? "Itecause ho many people sleep over it.' .uunicy s vtoukiy. In East .lava, China, a band of con truliaud opium dealern, paHHlng through a juugle, saw two tigers following them. Thoy lost not a moment In hastening their steps, hut tho leant nlinhlo ot thciu found thu beaht of prey at his heels, w hen ho spied a tiger trap. He crept Into It with tho forbidden freight on his back. The trap shut tho closer for the heavy weight, and when danger no longer threatened tho dealer, he at tempted to lift up the door of the trap, but all bis c (Torts proved unavailing- Next day tho setters came to hare a look at the trap and rejoiced to see It closed, thinking a tiger had been caught Thuir joy knew no bounds when tho prise proved to Itu a smuggler with thir ty cutties of oplmu. Bucklen't Arnica Salve Tho Best Sulve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Bhetim, Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures rues, or no pay roauirod. . it is truar- anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or i money reiuuued. x'nee 2o cents per box. t or sale bj H. B. Garner. Subscrilie for Tho KnmjcxiA. On ly two dollars year. , Eupepsy. j TIuh is what you ought to have, in fmi you iiuiHt have it, to fully enjoy lifo. ThouHaiids aro soarvhiiiLr; for it daily, and mourning bocautte thoy lind it not. ThouHundti upou thoiirutwU of doll am aro sjMMit aittiually by our pcoplf in (lie lioe that they may at tain thin Ikxmi. And yot it may be had by all. We guarantee tbat Elec tric Hit torn, if unotl according to di rections and tin mi so porHitifod in, will bring you Good Digestions and oust the demon DyHX'wia and in stall instead Eupopay, Wo recom mend Elwtric bitters for DvHiepsia and all diseases of Liver, Stomach, and Kidneys. Sold at 50c and $1,00 por bottle by H. B, Garner's Tlmr macy. j ' A Scrap of Paper Saves Har Life. I It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping juipcr. but it Raved her life. She was in the last stages of consump tion, tokl by physicians that she was incurable ana could live only a short tiuio; she weighed loss thau seventy pounds. On a piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's New 1 Discovery, and got a samplo bottle; it helped her, she bought a largo Iwttle, it helped her more, bought another and grew better fast, continued its use and is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. Yor fuller lutrticulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith, Trial Bottles of this wonderful Discovery Free at H. B. Garnee's Pharmacy. JEWELRY JOTTINGS. Excavations of llroiauioMls st C'rpro 411 vos Moor Now lkHla'it. After a recent examination of somi of the jewolry excavated at Cyprus, we aro almost forced to confoi that the orna ments worn by the Cyprhtt lad to were tMtial tn quality and de-tlgn to those of modern timo. Their e:ir riiig- were of a thousand form; their netklacos tho perfection of good tate. The designers of to-day have prollted hy the dixoovery. Mora than ono unlqiio de-ilgn has Imjou purloined from those in vogue centuries ago. The last new smelllnT bottle Is a dl root copy of ono In nso during tho First Empire, at which time It was called the "rose-bud. It Is madu of gold enaiui'l- ed in colors, with a tiny unntral rono worked out In small poarls. Wbllo speaking of poarl no might stato that they are rapidly rising in vuluo In tho Kurope:in market and we are not surprised. They aro beautiful, simple, chKte; tholr shy, moonlight mutiny lunUr whu npon us more than gems that are bright in their sparkle ur rich In their coloring. The ido:illtyof a jewel U cither marred or enhanced by lU sotting. An Inferior design can degrades gem. The diamond has no claim for Imnuty ovorotber gems, Have for lu exi-DrtHLvo brilliancy. The i-Hally tasteful doKlgneri use It to wt and ufceiituateothorg uh like the ruby, the sapphire aul emu raid, very much as a florist wuuld u-te a cinftof white roses to uplift tho carnation t and v or bo n as. Auiuiijr the must iMaiitiful fancies of tho seaMiu aro tho curling urchids, trv qiiently pink-enameled, and studded with sinull diMiiiund. The erewwnt of the hortte-shoe, the fleur-de-liit, maiden hair fern and the f prays of holly aro po etical and approfirtatn. Iton-bon boxes, iiimieor Klruwan gold. are growing Into favor. They are round i In shape, and covered with blue enaiu- I eled forget-me-nots sttuMed with dia monds. The contract of the yellow guld I and tho little Mu flower Is very elTev- I tlve. Cheaper hut very dainty bon-bon boxes arc Hern in eiirmod hi Ivor. They are worn attacbt'd to tho ehuteluin. Keystone, Near Hon tun. tin., theru live au ex tensive family hy tbo nuiue of t.rtHver. One poculiurlty about them 1h their in turmarriage. Within a radius of tlve milos there retildo he ven hcpuralo fami lies, and each bead of tho liimily mar ried a lady ot the ttnmo mniie, and the kinship of nono n.u loner thau the third cousin. A short-hand n-purtcr lu 1'locer County, Cal., rhaxgid for puitn u .liun : marks as If (Tiey weru words and the county want fHH-o0 rfirunded. Peculiar Many cuiUr pojnU mak. Rood', Bar aaparllla auperlor to alt other medlciDee, reeullar la eomblDauoa, proporuoa, and preparatloa of Ingredient., Hood'a Sanaparllla poaieiMa . tbe fulleuratlT. Tela, of tbe , beet known rented 1 fo? of tbo Tegetable klng.VV Peeullaf hi tojtifl'y atrengUi and economy ..V' Hood'a Bar- aaparllla la 4347 the onlrmedl. r " S wbirh truly ) C, ' One Hundred Dow. Dollar." liedlclnea In larger and amaller boulea require larger doiea, and do not prodnee aa good resulta aa Hood'a. Peculiar In He medicinal merlta. Hood'a BaraapariUa accomptlabea euro, hlla. arto unknown, and haa won for tbe title of "The greateit purifier ever dlaeoTsr.e. reeullarln Ita "good name at borne," there la mora of Hood'a BaraapariUa sold In Lowell, where It Is made, than of all 4 purlflrs. S V other blood Peculiar in its I record of sales other preparation r attained such popu In so short a tune. and retained Its popularity eonfldenco among all classes people so steadfastly. Do not be induced to buy other preparations, but be sure to get the Peculiar Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparllla oUbTsUMrncrist, SI, six for St. Prtpra4rmlr 07 O. L HOOD A CO- ApoUioearlos, Lowall. Moss, IOO Dosos Ono Dollar HAVE A CAB 7 Wlwa too ara gtddraaaad so sbova. tour Srw i onlaa ia lo look ft Um drivar. ( Uw dajr ba stornf SJtal lbs ttrircr is S ansa mai, joo oi l bad ttul ho wear" s Kith Brand faheker," ond ha will tell too dial ha is as comtonabla em lha bos aa ho psaaao- Ett ia tha cab, and that Ice hia business lliis anal ioTaluabta. When you got ooce tastde " FUh Brand Slicker, Uiart's bo luck thing as waather lor too. It doaon't maka tha smsilast differsac whether It rains, haiia. alaeta, soows, or blows. Yoo ara baoJulalr aiul solidly comfortabls. Oat om at oocs. No danger of yoor mot liking il aftca. wards. It Is a waa'a taf aaontf to buy any or har waicrproof coat. Tbef ara worUilaas aim a few woaks hard swag. Bawar of wortbltss Ink lutiooa. trary garmcot stamped with tha " r'ih brand ' Trada Mark. Don't accept any Inferior coat when you can kave tho " Fish Brand Slicker " delirerrd wilhnwt a lira coat, fsnkulsrs sod iii rated ca'alogos Irs. A. J. TOWER, ; Boston. Mast, f?n .T "S"1 ,l"a.lMa iff at Itaelf S plicnome- 1 1c V Caldwell & Randle, MANUFACTURERS Or GALVANIZED H CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS, -AND Tinware, Glassware, Queeiuware, Cutlery and Lamps XTLsLtli Ot. HopklnavtUo, Ey. BRYANT &STRATTOII Business College Rook Kvi.if.Wk.rt lfa.t. Ilink.a..S Allietlll I Cf 1 V ITrlli Iv Milifm awl ill iaftnullM. THE MARKETS t'orrectcd Weekly by Clisrlos licKes A (Jo Th Uroccra, IlopkliuirlMe, Ky. rsovtsioNS, 1tuttr-t u Kgan ls.. J't.iilti fct.W; rltlckciis, 1.U tu fi.lS. llanin-81.li-. Vsl. v 11 auto Country, It to 13; sugar eured, IS to Jvt. biwMiMrrs h0. Jtiwla r Lnnl Ucttncd.O.; extra cholrelear, 10. - t been 11 to . Klour 1'nu-ni. l.50: standard, 14.00. MvaI r ir btihl. Pried Uoof-lly im', liehlpiwd.su. ilKOCBKI Hal. Sgnm-.rnlBUil, ! ; N. . ; brown. tlark iimwit, U'rt. ivm uiBik.oD ut ll.oo: trreen, not tntl.oo. CoflTreat-tsn'ro II In, 44 t 3U; Ooldi-u ltl, WW; O.U.Jva,ua; ruaated, U u So ; grouutt gu tn iw. llnkliiR Powders tt tn iOt. jlulaaann ft .. kt to hoavy, 40 to SOo. CiNKID (looim. Tnmalitea ttb raao, per dox; 11 cans, II. IB twI.S3iH-rli. i fun rh rami, f 1.(10 to II. M iwr dW. OvKters ltt cans, SUM u I.J; Slhcsas, 1. loi.uu. 1'easIIh cans, H.SC to 11.00; Krtnch 3.0iir dfi. lU'sma Strinar. lit ran, tl.00 iter tt u: trtng lew 1 Tftiwrdtu; sdd wax, sib nana, 4i.wr dec lilsrkherries trkri. tt.tfl perms Htraw lNrrlr 1 lb ran. Ui la.UO r dtoj UaMiilMM-rlM fill lib SI. 74 iter do. NMrdtnt Ameiirnii, wO )ierd; Ftvavh, IC to wc per eon; intKci, aw por run. vaiiirrssi.its aka rai'irs. A pplps 4.flo ir tm.;drUd,ttu!tc per pound; vaMmte(t, IIS1- pei-MHiud. li'iiMKet U ti 5m- jkt dt'i. ottt!a 1 1 lull, BOti for rholrfl toaad goods; wiHft, t&r. forrholre Miuud guoUa, Onlnnn )M?r liu ( nlilmgo New, 10 U sue. Tunitn Itcoiia White navv, tor per gal. l'raa (SiHt, 40r per giil.; grvvn English, toe r f at ; block eyod, 40c per gal. HtiCSLI.AMK4H'S CnalOM-10r per m. Htarrh ft U lur per poitnd. soap IS to tufj.uu por bux. Nniia.7, L'loTsr Seed fnAUTEE, II tl macic ' IK? CHICKEN Vyj Cholera Cure !l Thousands of dollars worth of chickens are destroyed by Cholera every year. It is more fatal lo ihcm than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a if mil remedy that poiilixey destroys the Mirrobcj has been made. Half of the young chickens are killed by Microlxi before they are fryers. A 50-ceut bottle is enough lor 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, aficr using two-thirds of a bottle you are not satisfied with it as a cure for Chol era, return it to the druggist from whom yon purchased it, and be will refund your money. To ear. TtlUonincu, 8lek II..laeli., Coaatt. patloa, llalarla. Liver Complaint., taa. lUo .alo anil crtala ronl, SMITH'S rtmthe AM.ir.T.KIse (40 little nsn-totho LrUtMu). TIIKT A KK THU MOST CsiKVkSIKST. SBnia.I-l am 11 Ago. PricoAf ollhrr mium, gttc. rr Bottlo. KISS.NG"7-,7-70'""".jj.!J lIVtllllUHtlMIr4m.(Nmr.triiu.:., J.r.tMiiaau.ua.n.("iui.iaaAsa,"ST.UIII Ma. TO MACKINAC SUMMEH TOUuS. Palacs Stcsucas. Low :Utcs. Foot Trtpo per VTo Ert 'arii DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAWQ, Xvarj ST-ntDg D'twfen DETROIT AMD CLEVELAND luj., Tlip. 4n,lnf Jnn. J.,, ...jm Vi , ft..., OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS, aH.pl aznuraf on Tl.V.t, will h-f.,.nj. br yu, Ti.k.t ...ui,or luin. E. B. WHITCOMB, Q P. A., On.OT, Mich. . 1HE DETROIT t CLEVELAND STEIM 11. ti, j - . I ' WHEN YOU GO TO LOUISVILLE Havo Your I'liouigrsph Uatlcat WYBRANT'S New Studio, No. 327 W. Walnut St. -Over Macauley. Theatre,) .... OUISVIU.K, - - KT. fictiREs const iibi m. FINE SHOW CASES. atar-Aak far Mtalraanus TERRY M'F'Q CO. Nashville. Timm. ft ''N-y5 j jjjl f lBilaa ' BILE SEA S DKALKRS 1N- LUUIoVlkbk.l I HUMPHREYS' cnrvftilly ureitaml unoiTlptloiia ; used for many CMi-a lu prlrai uraotli-o with iimMs,aJil rnroTnr ilrtTTtwrauaoiIri th people. Kvorjr alntbsps cirii' Is i btmvIaI uupp fnr Uic 1 1 la mm namisl. Throe Sprx-irtrs nii-o vltbout lariuvliia, mtrw tug tar rMurinjt tho )fMm, and arelu ft'f and OsjedUwoovorolgaroHedlraartaotVorlat. list or rawcirat. so. Ffvoro, CongeaUoa, In flam ma I loos. . , Woriuo, Wuria rer. Worm t'dlc. ., a'rvlHsr l'alit'. tir Tilhliiaisf Inraaita ra, of Chlldrvn ir AdulU.. prpslo, lUllnita Htimiat-li uyurraaod tir Fnlwlail Porlodla.U Woiteo, um rniup lrhnu. . 'roup. (Nmidu t'inioult llrmthln olt Khroan, tCrr .'liieUa, Kruui Ithrumntlam, IUienmaih I'ati SPECIFICS ever oiJ A i o, Ctiiiu, jtalatiao..., . I'llro, Itllnd ur UUfHliitg (rltilOlsMy, tar Htaravtir WMk ttyro., t 'Htmrrb, lunuen.Ci.M lu tliellrd Wheoslug Cooh, Vkilout i ouaka. talk ma., (irc.. Ureal lilng , kar lllarlioraieo, Ituiainwd liaoHag, Hrrofiilai. KhUrit-t Olaifla. Nw.llln . t.rorral l.rklllt v.l'h toaMAVakoaaa . Irronay, anil St-antT BerrrlloiMi ...... -ru Hlrkarao, hkksoM frutu Hidiag . lildnrr IMaraoo Serism llrbllitr Smitual Weak Km Ir IllnanlaMrlaa: I 'Iforatasl MoT ThfiHal . fbronle t'oosiiloo Krupikiua . Kolil lr Pi iimlaTa. nr artit nnatrold oo rrorttrS Of irli-O. IU. lilMMIIKYa UaMtAU (141 prr H-nlT Iwmi1 tn rl.-ih and r'l!. rualkvt fno. II omplt rr ym' llrdlrlnrro.1'0 ruii. St. K Y. awaawaauavoirr. ,M1 Miai-i .VV hv Sail awaanar llaraif aitld t'mtm llo. A t'rtninllmftit.rjr ciijr of Or iluiuithrrjii Vrterliiarr Mauiial 3tV usucxmi no trvwtntent ad rare of iHttneauk- AnUuaU lloraes, iaitlr. Mtwwp, Il.xra ami FuulirT H-iil frtw. StKlxtcUiK OlX. kS tuium SC. M. V, sar FOR L1EH ONLY! Pf.r LODI.rfMUIO B.liH00"i njiMrai mm ni.avuus valTxf .f Eirnt Fimwh I. OU Trju 1-... I , A.., l.iu ' I Ml j nl.L UMI...I.m m. ,'wl.l.l. Mhlli.. u"lMK THKil HI ,t-lw, I. . te ... M.I.F7 trim I. .M.I.. taHrb. RrfWIlM. 1, 'iwimi uhl ,r.tr. i.im 'nil,,' m mtMUHU. no., nur r alu, M. , Dr. Warner's celebrated Coraline Health Corsets have 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. then are aar haitatwM, brt to. wfll n4uI. WnWi Conliau " pri.u. o. tb. laiid. of mrjr gtaata. osnec Tky at. toUt by jour Mvtu dry goud, iulm WARNER BROS. Hafis.. Mew York and Chicago. mm erne ai arwval tk flftVth pari t lu balk . ! l a rra4. oaU tt. It la. tr't.a ''' " t" -rrr- V "HI at.b.. ,i ... b." Jt ,m i itiakrfroin t.. 1 1 a lj ml l4. rV-ai. lfc .ln. Hh. . .1 r i rtr,H- ll'li-r miltl .nr.. W. fmj all 't n lrB. J.irraa.ll.HAUKn U I SSO, 1'wUti.aaU, MiaS. Louisville. Flew Orleans .NI uissrssim v&llet eoute THE POPULAR LINE 1IETWKKJI MEMPHTS, GKKKNVILIE, VICKSHtJUO, BATON K0UGE and NEW ORLEANS, TBAVKItSINO A MA0N1FICENT aUU ETKM riCTURESgiJE COtrNTHT. rrillK nti'fl ami fliiir.r 1'lmttAtlnnn anil rrr.l J iiimmiIvii Hilifnr IIiiiim.. .ml IdnlnflrlP. wmtll nf ItnUni Itoiiu nru p.trially lutcrfHttn., autl n.v.rf.U tu iIuhm tha uliwrvaut paMViiaer. pKTWKKS Hniniiliiriini7Tpk.liiip th. Iln. JJpnMi., ttiniiiKll Hume of thu nnl t'otui. rinutMllnn. In die YnKK-!UlHlHlpil lltfc tti. iiioMt lurtllu ugrkullui-al Mjctlun ul oounti-) on aartli. milO KOiril'MKNTairnl ulivalnl mini I Uti on of i thti line are flrt-Hiina hi avi y iiartlrular iwriiiUtlpR a high rnto of n)M(d ami Inauriug Uieooiuiuri ami snfuty of paMsoniftira. TOURIST TICKETS. At nHluoad llunml Trip Kate. t on ..I. .1 . T!r:uaira.ofconi)rrUiillnaitllaUia - UoiikH, S..W OiIimiii. a'lnll ,kiI..U lu Sdullirm 'IVnaMlalllunila I anil llexlrfl. , W.KKI'INi; CAIW IHIN IIETWKKH . Lill Invu.l.K AND NKW (lltl.KAKa I VIA II KM I'M IH WITIIUUT CIlAMiK, , . raTar'AMiniipr, .houlil iiiirrh... tlnk.t, ,1, till. Line, It Iruinlillllllriilly II,, lu.t Alliaollt. iiiiiiio hi in. buuiii vi.ua. Plir Tim. T.hlsa, Map Folilan, and I'Ho. o( Tlukut ai. jifM I II.B. MAIIHr.Ja., 1 Own'l Tl r. IWr A,t.. Uiniihl., T.aa, P. n. ItoiiKlls, a?. w. llm, I Au'lUiu. IWr Apt. una. 1'aM'r Ajl. VIc.-PrM'l and U.n'l alaa'sr, ll.rapkla, T,aa. nor a. ur invtHublajry OasASwgOS... l.OO orr tloaith, ('urer .SO I Hilary t oahooao,WlUnR Bad. .3Q I'uhilul Prrloda. with NMwm . .SO) Urol Ujellrort.l'alHwtl.i.O nr. Min. St- V lina' Ii.iih-v I. Ult il 3 . nn.rtiu.s-nfsiw I CC-r.rr1CC WWrnVS WW ' 'lllii4VaT llL fll.l-'L- saas-hoaoHiardrss8 "laV V Ihf? ih..k.a-a lhawiori..ai tit.' I ''f .J-Xrih-'-k-r-ll-wT MH.M.ta aaapa. Tka fcllarwtag frnt aiajiaa) f ntait la ' RADAM'3 MICROBE KILLER. Ill hM DiscQvarj of k Agt OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REM EDY RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATASRH, CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA, HAV rCVER. aSONCHITIS, SHtUMATISM, DVSPtPII, CANCER, SCBOF. ULr 01A.ITIS, SRIOHrS OlttASC, MAL'SIAL FCVC. OIPTHENIA AND CHIUS. I.i .hurt all lorrai of Or,aul. ami runolluna IXwaM. Til. tun). .fiMI.il 1)7 tills lMUlM ara In aiany faw. MIRACLES! Solil onlr la Jap aoalalalns On. Uallnn. IVto. Thr Wma Ira. II t.TOrtui.nt when ILalla and III. Hi b. 0bUln4. ' Uijitory of tho Miorobw Kaior," Free CALL Oil OS AODSESS BUCOER LEA VEIL Hopkinavillo, Kjr. Sole Agtint for Chrihtian countT. Inn IwUtiMt, Uat ad br m Trail lirl TAXLS r03 TE1WB. L. a N. Bailread. Tastss 8oi'TH :U aud a. an.; 1:37 ami THAisa Nnsrn-4::AA. w -t:r iinl tt:V n. si, Naativlllo Ae mnmiMlaltiu aril via. hi t, m. w, n . Awaaaurr, Agent, iiuiimUs, sy, UP, DITISIBKLH, TalKfHl trolo (dallr rxrt'iil ftnndar) Irs to Prtorotian at s p. ut , airlvo Mt I'll iii-uum Juna LlMS at S:UM. klUrtl tint il (dallr xrrit Sun.laT.) loav rrtncrhMt Junclltm al lit a. to., arrtto at frlnrouiii at liaaa.ru. UUUnro (rum I'llocoluo Juacttuo to IMooo too, M tulluo. for LonliTill. Chnapii Ohio No. S I.v. Ilofiklnavtlle, L,AKIAia,. Air Vn4HiUie, lw:t;a.oi, l.v. NorlouvlHr, C. O ,7:17 u. w.; 7:17 a. m. Ait. Iiullll. Ul M.: S;li u. ua. Cooiim-iUHia at ljonlsTlllr lir all luu Kaat, sua lur (no irgiuia aud mo mnittieaoi. No I No. I. I.v. IIi.klntTTll1, L. A N., I0M p tsi.;:U a, tu Arr. NtH-iiiiirtll. lu:Uu. as.: II :! a.ot l.v NortsHiTlllo, C. s OS: a ; S:int-". Arr. I'mlurali. S!is ut.; ;ao u. hi. Arr. Kuli -o. III. Con. tt. R. W.M a, as.; I :i i ot. Arr Itltoo, M. AU.I.U. llnMa. w. Arr. oiohls, :(). m.; I:la. m Lt, U fin iii U 0Mt w.;w;oua ut. Arr. V i-kbnrg, 1 ruo a. m 1: p. at. Arr. rJftUm l(oug l:Ui. m ;S:lv a. ph. An. Ktw OiU'shs :l-a.m ;sia.m. No f ha I'lillmno IluiTrt MntnaT ( ara lo Vlrkalntiv and Nww Oilratl T4llbul rliangr. rsoniorU for all mIoU In Tosoa, ArtawiHaaou t alllornia. No I hum t 'uiulilnatitm I'arlur Ito cllitliig i-tialra, and ulrritlng 1 ara lt Mrmitlili. IN T ttt It.fc ka4 . lulls alrort, boi. Mala rod VIi-btiMm s rroU, Mr?u ir ifiwra, taniia, i a. m mop. a. atiiitor smlrra a. as tu 1 p ot, drllvrr,Mnnlay-4 tnlu. aa. Mll'TllKKX V.XrUKv tlKr-ICK. pTrnth M Hrar kiaJu. imh4i K a. ot Uti av. am. II. U . TltllM, AgOMta . TEUctiBAPii orritB. Hlxia iinwu. aln. .r.tura. a.41. au4 altM I'.rk up- O. V. TIME TABLE. Tokos tfecl KovouiUsr lwh, pojg TSAlJfS SOCTlf. Hu No. g. l.v. KTanovHIo... Ar Hro'lerau ... Ardirrikiu Ar Morgaiillola .. Ar lrhvu Ar Mil rift Ar olarViMB :Waai tvMu pM' 111 : mi at sat 4 u au l:Ma aa 4:bo p ami ll:tSam II VI put S :2o p av IJ;l p m Ttspni iMSpSS tUpM ;lput unwp to Ar Phuceuia TBI IMS VOBTlf. No 1. Nit. 1. l.v rrir.rot4Mi Sv a m liwas ArMartoH TVIatM ;pa Arht.irafla 7:11 a tu (:opn Ar ii'Kiiij aw a an :jl n tu Ar Morgan Sold S:4Sa aa A:au pm Atiorjiion I uin ft : Mi p at Ar llrrolrnano lo:SSaaa :lt it aa Ar Krau.Tlllo , ll;am .:i4pni Trains loavt Moraranarold for ITaiioataiarB al l:W a. a, aud :SU p ut. -:(,.- Trains la I'n oaLtivi lor nfnt-aranSald oi l:M a. ni.. aud t:ia p tti. :A a. in., aud t:ia p m. gg-Tral.ia I. L S, and 4 dallr lav Trains $ and (IMaoday emir Train (rating t.bleago at 11:11 tv kcop4 Sua n. in. arrivoa Irort rat n aim - In RTsrtiafllle:SDa. m., making dire tloo In Uiiloa lno with tihlo V allot train Nu latt:Sua. arriving at MintirrwHt io:wa. m I'rlttrcton S:la n. tu. , I'aducah sja p sun aud at Urtuplila HUM p. HI,, Mm nllil It alo Mo Iimi i: U JL ft. W Irarlnar phlsal 6 rift a m.. striving ni Pndurnh at lind at., iiittrioit at i.w n. iu Makhitt til rod com itrt-lion with tthlo alley train No 4. ar- itlug at llntiJrrao at S:xl p. at.. hrro dlrrrC tonnri'ttou la ttiadr In union driHil witlt IL AT. II. train at MA t. ia , for Vlnrrnt, TariT llailtr. Iiidlntiaiiolla. I.lnt'tiinall. Hi Iiul. ami t-'hlrago. ly tlda arrangciiirnl iho tiavrllng piildlcaiv aHordrd tlto iiih lat andwtMldl roct muli to alwiva nunied idtlra VY. W lUuasaW, A. a! HHHKa tirncral upl- u. 1 tt T- A. Louisville and Memphis I ' PULLAIT Buffet Bleeping WnffiteassJ;";' rSOkt AND TO LOUIfVILLv. MEMPHIS, VICKtBUflO, IV TON B0U0C AND NEW ORLEANS, Tis MEMPHIS. THE QUICK AND DKMKABLE RCUTI to and raon Now York, rtdlndrlphla, llnHlmora, Wnxhinifton, N i. if. ilk. Old Point Comfort, 11 1 rh in oiid, HulTalfk t.'.frToland, Tolwdn. (htm go, inillaiiattolls, (Jlnclnnntl, Loiilavllla, KASTEUN AND NOIlTHKASTEItH POINTS 'AND ICnniphls, Vlrksliiirgr, II a ton Kongo, New Ollrana, Molillo, l.ltllo KK:k, lint HprlOfS ud points In Weat TnnDuaww, Toxok, Arkanaas, Mlaalaslppl, lHiltlana, and T1IK SOUTH AMI mjUTIIWKKlV The lino Is thomiiarhlr miilmuwl ami in Sit. I nlanarnndltlDii. and pinvhloa anexnollfiit ar- rairnieiit lu tlma and through ram. A FEtT. vik ir mc simn (sum roiiTviuri I ImHIimI hXMIIh. TmlllN. ONLY A Ninhr'a ! aiOI Iwtniu IahIkvIII. anil Miminlilii, ami Hi. ! -k jm -r- t t" TT "!S3" f C5J "."' ,l",ll'ko,l",l"ll K'li!illhoHuomi.liviL miiMm Jm -tJL. Um hZtm nr Kalm, Tlma Talilra, anil all ila. '''"u, oMZi"!,! ' Lni v in. m " u-"li ,'XVTU fl",n'""' f H.lll llOUTl, ban l-. Agility IAIUH ll.l.a.. I . .otis mw IttJMAtlniM O.ilO Wat. h Lfwairk In Ota world, rarrart r.rk iM.llIf M. Ul.n M. ..1Mb). lw.la.M.raal. it b, .ra fr... All lh. ii ara rV. All lb work iraanS laota abwtvt tot. tbaialwaj-a wsulu ilari.rBi.ohlulihul r rtpaii. Wsr If fuu wnuld Ilka wHiutihulat twrrara wit.it oMtarlJ, ail inraa. rraiaai, nt. n la ra lu it nr taa. ma i SIS a SrlO aw wa 4 aaMrarSa. Aatnu. odbCo..aioaOi, aTaNrtiaiotla MaUsto. r wain's I J . i ao-W I --..I J I. ,A .... I and Dims I i tna mm h N. R. n. TIIM 1IKT . lhrough-,iTrunk:.Line IwlWMn th. dtlM ur Olaolanati, ' Loxingtoa, LnlviU ZvarnTills, St. Loula, , Ami Ui. vlllimof 1 KuhrUlt, Momphls, Montgomery. Motllo, and Ntw Orleans, WITHOUT AND SPEED DNRIVALED. ' From St. Louu, Eviuiiivillo and i . HimdiVHou to tha - SOUTHEAST & SOUTH Through ' Coaches From bIxjvb ritira to Nub. villo and Chattanooga, milking dirtxi con tiim with PULLMAN PALACE CAES For Atlanta, Kavannah, Marn, Jackson. -vllle and Points in Florida. Cominction aro made at Outlirie and Naalivil'o fur all poi'ila North, East, South and West, lu Pullman Taluce Cant. EMIGRANTS S7iK ilstTS this rtKid will nwivo spifiul low ratw. Sob ruI of tlii umi)ny for iati, roniax Ac, or write lo C.V. Atioe,0. P. AT. A. Louinrillo, Ky ARKANSAS, TEXAS AXD California Sio t Lin3, VIA lrath! tut) T.lttls Rnek Railroad, The Grwtt Tlmnigh Car Uotite. Two Trslni Itilj to Arkiniai Without a Chanel. Only Cot Chang to Tsxts and California. Elepnnt I'arlnr riialr Cars on all Daily Train. ftoronty-tvrn niIIo) altnrtrr and Rtaof hoarg qnlckrr to all Mlut In l'k,of, iloxtco aud CaUt furola than an itthrr ntitr. Atold a lwi-utll Uiu ildf thrrmgh Talrmphlt and rltflitrori him lay orr Iit oh Uoia asttl U ttoursi Uj tliO tHiMir, hj taking tl.O Popular ThroiiffhCar Route Memphis and Littla 'RocV, AlwdntelT tho onlr Una thai will pul ft Ihrutigh wlthoui dolarur Iraii-for. NO EXT HA CHAIiUE h)R SEATS IX THKOIUH COACH. THrr t uacltva havo rrtr la rharn Ui Uk aftrr Um t umfiitt and ttrlfar of Iho koilgrmnl aanl Itssaro that Iho Ut a I I'im itarrrsi aro smmI allowvd Ui get lu tli 1'hnmgh 4 tw-h sail rn4 thrnt. No othrr lulr off!1 nh lodihONout. It wosild tax Totirtlioi and uattrHca Iimi anui h to allattC to d'. rtM IlK) lit h and brauttful htatuop ami rrnilo lanil. of Arkauaw aatl rxas. 1 lirroouv I .Mld adstao )nti Iwgoaud rr tit touriM-U. t-Aamtoo Hi riinlry. Mlnglo wild tttr Mnode. Itarittlio asJtaaiago and diaad- TaniaaftT. r.xamtur Ihr m'htkul fartlltloa. ho -or rt-nl a fonu, tr Uko up botoroateo Lsatt a it-1 ir" to work. roopioraul grating rnnit lm ftathooat raa rnduro llio oilromo rold of Kaioaa, No ttntaka and iho .oit(twrtcro ailnirr, fut think of It nlnr hwg looothaiil loo. aoow and hitter wtttda In oxriiango (or our ftuwoi iMuthl Our wrll-Umlarit land for Uirlr trrrirM IrarUt ttt ttsri-O aro U liar ru mil, ama(. at k. al.a I glutrlog TM-iluiliuiaol tho Nortltwerl. lo muS Iwdertdvrdf Vl.lt Arkansas aad Tsias and m ifwruwrt Judgrl Writ, u mr lor frill Inrormatlo) ros Hsu. Iluua ami raKra, Irrw, IwlUaootj it. A. Williams. "Southern lamn(ffrM Ajrout. Naxhvillrt, Trim Ciias , Heath, Pawt'iiLiT AfT"iit Mtmii)lii Ttna 8. W. Xucier, G, P. F. A., Little Rock, Ark. Rdpolto Fink, (en. MnnAfrnr, -Little Iovk, Ark. -TO THK- OUT,H ' l VIA . ' , "TTi - rrrn mnT,T JUCiUl 4T UIO X Hi XI AN , AND Illinois Central Raiload. BKTWKES Memphis & Now Orleans, La H, lend I '1 Kiilimontl , , AJagidriVtmt ;rfHrhoa! rullmau ItiitTft ttlrottoral Trains alwavsoa UsiO. Tb::i him Sufet Sleepert him Sufst VIA THIS UOI TK msAs c;i?7S eh tumi 61 -BDZdagS Tiie Shortest Route, MEMPHIS TO No w Orleans. Otdr one rhango of ran for Jarkaarm fills, T And lliHt ut Nuw t)HiNiiH In llnjllglii. HoutKl trip tlrkrta urn on anlo at all fmpor tantiNdnu, n'nllng via klenHihU, Todu and vut ui i firougn Biut)iurH. Knr any further Information, aomniunloato with nr.nmut lUillvatl AgimLor II.1UNHUN, A.J.KMAPP, Uonl. Paas, Agent, Aunt O. P. A. L'lilitago HI Mumphls, Taaa Cotton Belt Route, . St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas Ry. - r "' TUB OSI,Y LINK TO ; ' Arkansas and Texas. ; Two Daily Trains ' KUOM- No Change of Cars to PINE BLUFF, TEXARKANA, FT. WORTH, CORSICANA, TYLER. Or Intermediate Poiuta. i . , Avoidiutr a loan and (linuin-ooabla j omnibus trniiHfer at Mompkis. ELEGANT DAY COACHES, Pullman BUFFET SLEEPERS,' RECLINING CHAIR CARS ' 8. . Wabkkr, H. K. I'nsaoniri'r Agt, If, W, Mow a i bow, 4Jt)Dral AaTUt. I MIM.EK, B.C. I'iDRAUME, 0ii TrafTltr Mstl. " fien. Pass. Agt, W. it,Uul)IUtJIKJC,rirniraJ Mauagsr, Bl. Louis, Mu, IL."