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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. ,JUSINESSCMDJL DR. J. X fcOUTHALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First Natioual Bank, WfiPKTNSVTTXE. ' KY. Telephone t ottlce toil roaldenes. Junius C. McDaviU, DEHTIST. . Office over Kelley'a Jewelry Store," m-iPKTXSVILLE - KY. A. P. Campbell D2BX7TZST, fTrtPTTTXSVrLLiS. - KY OPBBATIna A POIt.rT. Office over M. Frenkel'e Bobs. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OOl.e wot side of Court Squsre. Road Carts! BS TZSSSm Buggies! S" tar Don't buy before getting our pices and catologuea. TEB OH. W. BTOCKELL CO , Hstnethleusuer. HaTIl.L.TItMl . ALL STYLESOF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pal Miasm Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing alto at REDUCED RATES Ninth Street, now depot. McHAE & McCQY, MiiuItM'turerof Bvdwwil Umbtr, White Out, Bed Oak, WALNUT, ETC. t lost EeasonaUe Sites. KELLY, - - KENTUCKY. SHERWOOD -:-H0USE! (I'mUtr New nlnnagement.) T. C. BRIDWELL, FROFR, I .rgo Sample Itooms. Heea Hy.tem Call Hells. BATB8 - CSptr Day. npvclal rate- by the wouk. , Corner let A Louuat Stlttt'trt. Evantville, Ind. m National Barber 5S? GRAY & YOUNG, Prop. K. NINTH ST., NKAB MAIN. Shaving lUc., Shampooing 10c., Hair Cutting 25c. Nothing lint nrot-elssa work .ml til done la the Inlet iiwUluiu bBttelsctloa ssrsalsed. 1-11-lv TO ADVERTISERS A Hat of 1.000 newspapers dlvldwl Into HtaU uu necuoua win urn koi ou upuuaiiwa FKtCK. To IIiohc who want their atlrertlalnir to par we can offer no better nittillnin furthoruugh ana HfocUvu work tliau the vaiit'tu Motion of our Miluot Local Mat. OMt P. ROWrtllT., 'WHir advnrtlaliiK Itureau. , 10 6iruce atreei. New York. WHAT SCOTT'S EMULSION CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS Wasting CUaiHi CURES Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many have gained one pound per day bv its use. Scott's Emulsion is Dot a uccrot remedy. It contains the stimulat ing properties of tho Hypophos- hitcs and pure Norwegian Cod dver Oil, the potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians all over the world. PALATABLE A8 MILK. Sold bif all Druyyhtt, aCOTT A BOWNE. Chemists. N.Y. iTHAT'FIGm Tho Original Wins. C. F. Simmon V SL Lou!., Prop', M. A. Simmoea Liter Medicine, Kit's 184a, In the V. el. Court dbfbatb I. H.Zeilin,Prop'rA.Q,Simmons Lie. r Kegulstor, Kit's be Zeilin ISO. M. A. S. L. M, has for .7 yesrl cured Indigestion, Buioi'SNaas, UTSrBFIA,MCX HBADACHB.Lo.T ArrBTiTS, Sous Stomach, Ktc. t. 1. n. Kesms, rsstor M. K, Cnureh, Adama, T.nn., writes:"! 1. a mould have been deed Del tor our Genuine M. A. Sim. rnona Live, Medicine. I hate """"ee "id to substitute "Zedtn'i ua"lorvou, M-dl cine, but It don't answer tbe purpose." .D'-.J. Orevee Editor T mrs MSal received a nirk.ir nl 1 1. .1 " r ""1 nipnia, lenn. aayi Medicine, end have used half ol it. It WOrke Ilka . charm. I aran. 1 beUcr Liver Reeuletoe and cer. I taialy no more olZeiiia's eustttra ZjoplUnctulU Jltntuckiatu FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. MORNING" AT HOME. On Mae W hm will N.e inli ait at the Hnaoinent Window. One morning I deserted the acred precincts of my library for an inviting niche at my basement window. Volume In hand I procoeded to road of the glory of thta Republic, but ere I had Untitled a page the following incidents ooeurred: A butcher called and made a remark about the weather. The grocer appeared and asked ma If the "lady of the bouse" would llko to examine some nloo grapoa he had just received. A gentleman entered and asked for Mr. llrown, although Mr. Drown lives "next door," where he has his name In big black lettora on a el Iter plate. A ragged Individual came and asked for alms. I gave lilm a penny, for my henrt la full of molting charity. . I was getting rathor fovoriah from those frouuent interruptions, but though t thore was some chsnce for peace. so I remained at my post. In a moment an itinerant meroLaut appeared with a tray, and so porslstent was he in his blandishments that I pur chased somothlng I did not want, Just to get rid of blm. Thon an "old clothes" man paid his respects, declaring in moat eloquent rhetoric that he paid the highest prices for discarded coats, pantaloons, shi and hats. Thereafter a messenger from my tailor appeared with a little bill. By that time I had grown somewhat desperate. so I left him to his fate, and aped up stairs with the speed of a cyolone. I toll you, when a man sits down to read a volume of the Congressional Keoord, he want to be let alone. Na than 1L Levy, in Texas Bit tings. MAN'S INCONSISTENCY. aw raiie.pi,M was rtw.rdet ar One His Hrratla Frlaads. Be entered the Wood bridge street sta tion abortly after dinner yestenlsy.with a torn coat, his back all dust and a red lump on bis forehead, and when asked to state his ease he began: "Lest March I mot an acquaintance on Grand Uiver atreot. It was raw and blustry, and he said it lookod as if spring would nover come, saya I to him, ar.ys I: '1'ossess your soul with intleneo. It is only a quoatlon optima.' I met him JTgain In April. It was eold aiid-falny, and he said he doubted 11 we should ever have warm woutnor. Says I to him, says I: My friend, don t blaspheme Na ture knows what is for our boat good.' I met blm for the third time in May, and ho Jumped up' and down and swore that it was to be twelve months winter. Bays I to him, says 1: "The impetuosity of soma men works their ruin. Trust yi Providence.' "And lust now I mot him out bore. Ro had his cost and bat off and was sit ting ou a box and panting llko a dog. And 1 wont up to him and say, says I: " 'Aro this hot 'null for you, and didn't I toll you so? And the inconsistent, erratic. Im petuous chump arose and knocked mo down, and I want him arrested. Detroit Free l'ross. A Home Throat. Horrified Father. See hero, you young sinuor, your mother infurms me that you have been bringing bouie pen cils thut belong to tho school, lion't you know that you are stealing when you do that? Innocent Son. No, sir; 'cause when you brought all thatstattonory from the ofllcn the othor .night you said that was all right, the company could stand it Flustroioil Fatlior. A-hem I How did you stapd in philosophy, to-day, my boy? Astute Son. Ono hundred, sir, Diplomatic Father. Ah, I am glild you aro getting along so nicely in your studios, lloro's a dime to put In your bank. Light Kot So niameil funny. Vergor How is your uncle coming on? I hear he is getting better. Uilhooly He Is completely curod, my Joor Iwy. Ho is mure activo than he wus twenty years ago. It would ho funny If you should die before him; then he would be your heir. ' Oh, no. 1 How's that? Wouldn't he be your heir? Yes; but I don't soo whore thoro is any fun in that Texas (sittings. MooUaur Hor Hall War. She If we are going to got married you must give up smoking. JIo Yoa. She Aud drinking and your club. Ho Yea She Now, doesn't any thing else sug gest Itself to you, that you will giro up of your own accord? He Yea She What He All idea of marrying you. Mun- tey's Weekly. aUaetlr Like tho llalldlsg "Dlnguss," said Hhadbolt as tho two met In front of a hotel, "they say this building Is settling. Can you soo any indications of It?" "No." "That reminds mo, Dinguss, by the way, that you haven't settled for that last ten dollars you " "I'm Just like this building, Hhad bolt," said Dlnguss, sadly. "1 can't see any indications of my settling." Chi cago Tribune. No Sack KnowIouso Noeosearf, Examining Judge We wore very sor ry not to pass you, Mr. (.nil), but your examination papora showed you very de ficient in knowledgo as to the rules of evidence. Candidate for Admission to the Bar lint, sir, I propose to do only a divorce court business in Chicago. lvxamlnlng Judgo Ah, I soo. You shall have a diploma In tho morning, Mr. yuill. Jiidpo. Itnalnoae-l-lko lroanptnoee. She If I should, unfortunately, fall overboard, what would you do? He I d oiler a reward of S5O0 for your recovery, and borrow the money of your tathor to pay up with. Once a Week. Eleven old citlsens of Little Eq'ul nunk, a lumbering town in Wayno Coun ty, l'a., have Ixien counting up the num. bor of tholr children, and this la the rocord: Amos Tylor, twenty-two; Thom as Todd, twenty-nine; Jonathan Adams, eighteen; Kben llrown, fifteen; David Eaton, flltoon; Jacob Killaui, fourteen; Jamea Adams, fourteen; Joslah Cole, thirteen: John riillllpa, twelve; Oliver. Hillings, thirteen; Jamos llrown, ten; Wm. Tylor, ten; John Klllam, ten. Amos Todd Is tbe only 0110 of these men who bos boon twiuo married. DB. ICIIIi INGUSH PILLS. Are active, effective and pure For sick headache, disordered stomach, oss of appetite, bad complexion aud biliousness. Uiev hara never boon equaled either in America or abroad. II. U. Uukib, Druggist. MISSION. OF THE PRESS. - It Is rUvlaf a Mliktv Part SB the Ore.ee I Mr. John E. Uarrett of tho Scrsnlon (l'a) Truth, at a recent banquet in re sponding to the sentiment "the Tress, said: la thoro any thing now that can bo said of the press? it spooks for itself every morning and every afternoon. It Is the tongue of modern thought With out the press civilisation would be dumb. It is the gift of speeuh in the mouth of nrogrosa. and like niunv an ether great elf t it la sometimes misused. But we must not forgot its morita In comtemplatlng Ita shortcomings. There are spots on the sun; but who Is willing to live in oternsl dark ness on that account? Tho sword is often used by tho despot but that Is no reason why it should not bo un- shosthed for the sacred cause of liberty, Water la terrible in tho torront but must we, therefore, reject it when "it droDravSh asm ffentle rain from lleavon1 to gladden the meadow, and give an added touch of green to the landscape? The press la a mighty weapon which can be put to good or evil usos, and. notwithstanding it critics, and tuej are many, since every man knows ho to run a newsoajrar bettor than tho od iter, I am here to assort that its wonder ful benoHta to mankind as far exceed lb shortcomings as the noonday glory ol the sun outahlnes tho spots on the disc of that great luminary. Rightly con ducted it Is a sword and a shield that strikes at wrong In high places, and defends tho weak aga'nai the encroachments "f the strong. Its best work is done when it enjoys the largost freedom. Whenever a despot ol the old world contemplates some dark deed bo niusslea tho press. The average despot would bo happy if there wore U'. newspapers. It is the duty of the pres to print facts, but facts don'talwayssull some persons, and tboy invariably ox clalmi "Don't say any thing about III" When the rji!,-V.y Csar has a poor, weak woman floggod to death In biberia he says to the uowspapors of Uussla: ''Don't say any thing about it" and they don't because they dare not and because tbey are not free. When tho world's rulon conspire against the poople they gener ally aay: "Don't say any thing about it;' whon some honest and capable official in our own country is "removed" U make room for a more accompli -AM ward statesman, who hat not yet learned tho virtues of the Aus tralian ballot system, the practical politician aays to his party paper. "Don't say any thing about it;" when the United States Senate goes Into "ex ecutive session" to decide the relatlvt merits of tho candidates for the l'odunl post-ofllce. It saya to the newspapers "Don't say any thing about it;" when t great collision occurs on some railway and huuirads of lives lost the rallroat officials cry out: "Don't say any thlnr about It, and whon any thing else o: importance occurs some good cltiaen, say: "Don't say any thing about It foi tear It might hurt the town. Uentlo men, it is tho solemn duty of the pros to spoak about these things. No towL or v.llage can be hurt nowaday by tho publication of fauts; it b tholr suppression that hurts. "Toll tbe truth," That's tho thing to do. whether it be about a Csar, a despot a railroad acoidoat a hungry man or a greedy corporation, and tbe paper that does this without fear or favor will serve the publlo best Publicity 1, good for evory honest thought and ac tion. Out of wholesome publicity ol the truth mucb good will come, and not By doctrines fas'iioned to ths vurrlng hour The press Is playing a mighty part in the drama of progress, and wo are prond of it We are proud of lis rjtanloys. Its Kennans, ita MoUahans and the very .long list of modern and modest knigbtf who, time and again, have flung thali lives against fate to pluck some Jewel of knowledge, of liberty or of nevn from the mouth of peril, aye death it- sol f, for the benefit of humanity. ABOUT THERMOMETERS. The Finest tn.trouient Kver Mod at th olus Hopnlaui University. "The SncSr (bcnuoioetor ia this conn try, and I supnoso lq the world, is ai Johns Hopkins University." remarked Lieutenant Flnley, tbe Government rjignal-rioryieo Inspector. Lieutenant Flnley inspects s great many thermometer every year, and ht knows somothlng about them. "This romarkuble instrument" be Continued, "is knowit as 1'rof. Boa- land's therraomctor, and Is valued he onormous sum of $10,000. . It is ab solutely perfect and so fine are tbe graduations on tho glass that It re quires a toloscope to roud them. There are a nutnbor of fine instruments thai aro rigged with toloscupos." "The United States Government don'l go in for expensivo thermometers," said Lieutenant Finley. "I don't suppose the finest one at the headquarters of the weather bureau in Washington is worth over 8100." Hut an instrument llko that would ft of no posstblo usu to an ordinary in. dividual. It requires a scionllnceduca tion in order to read them. The thermometers used at the signs! stations cost SJ. A thoroughly rellabli instrument ean bo purchased for thai amount These thermometors are about 1J inches long. Each station has sev eral of them. It Is necossary to have lk'th kinds, the spirit thermometer to mtatsuro minimum temperature and the m rcurlal thermometer to measure the matlmum temperature, Thero are thrie famous maker) in tbe United States, two of whom are In New York. "A thermometer is like wine," Lieu tenant Finley remarked, "it Improves wit'i age. The older it gots the bettei it if. It is absolutely necossary for tbe tube to season. It must be sevoral years old before It becomes ruliablu." N. Y. Morning JournaL Klretr.eal au.rua. Pike's Teak is celebrated for its electrical storms. According to tho me teorological obsorvationa reported from there, tho -storms only occur when tbe air ia moist; tho most favorahlo condi tion is during tho tinio a light aoft snow is falling. When tho hands are held up sparks emunute from tho tips of the fingers. At such times, with con siderable wind, the anumomoter cups look like a circle of lire. Luch Hake ol snow, as it alights ou a mule's or burro's back, gives a spark llko a fire-bug. The station was once struck by llghtuiug. The electricity came down tho anemom eter rod, following along tho wire run ning to the battery, bvery place the wire crossed a nail the head of tho nail was fused, and the wlro melted at the same point - Bed popper freely sprinkled over the loaves of bouso plants ana on tne surfaco of tho soil keeps oft many of the insect posts. ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures l'lles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 aenta per box. . For Bale br H. B. Garner. Subscribe for Tni Kestccxiam. On ly two dollars a year. A Mniiylliled Mu. First Nuwpap-r .Mun Kay, Johson, what relation did you sustain to that kiurnaryon had out West? Heetnl Newspaper Man I wm its publisher. "Ah. an l you hired somo ono to edit It?" "N 110. 1 was Its editor also." ; "Any thing else'.'" "Yo os, I printed It too," "Well, ymt did have n slegeof it. Pub lisher, Editor and I'l-lnter. Anything jlse?" "Well, old man, I don't generally nahu the fact public, but In this cose you seem so Interested. 1 don't mind saying that I nl .o constituted the hulk of its circulation." Van Doru's Mag ulno. ' The Nrrret Out. "She Is horn dy." "Positively." "Silly." "Without deal t" "'1 hen how I'iiu she bo so successful with the nicn'.1' "I guess it is hccutiso she knows so little that tho hoys aro never afraid of ilTendiirr her by what they say." -Mun-soy's Weokly. ' i;,tm,rrtlnnry. Cusioiner- Look here, sir, you cheated mo when yuil sold ma this parrot You said he niut an extraordinary bird, und yet I find that ho can't even say "I'retly Poll," or "I'olly wants a cracker," ltird Deuler Yes, sir; and thut Is the verv mason that I culled him an extra ordinary bird. Light Couldn't Klaiid a Loss. flanaui I never saw a man lose his strength as rapidly .as Dolly did the other day. Maddux How was that? Usxsam 1 asked him tolondmeien dollars, alien straightway he duclarcd he was ttuuhlu to aland aloue. West Shore. Peculiar Many peculiar point make Hood'i Bar Aparisim, aupcrlor to all other pedicliiea. Peculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation of lnjlcntatf Hood's rWsaparllla possesses yA haa ffitll enrallva vsliaea nt that S S best known remedies Ilea. CSJI A of the vegetable ki dom. Peculiar In its strength sad economy Hoorf'e. Seir. aspariua In. n Um onlrmrdl- whicb. can truly laaid.V.& One il a wired Dotes loIlar." Mrdiolncs In larger and smaller bottles require Urger dote, and do not produre an rood results as flood'. Peculiar ... Its mcdlctiial merits. Hood's SarsaparU.. aecompUeUics cures hitb- aarta-i tinlrnniam nil IS tat iev,r f,iv I loo If1 -o tbe title el "The greateit aoiyrL partner ever dlscovv i rd."X rr PMll.rlt,it."vwln.nuk . (V home," there is now A Sr y ol Hood's garssparula sold In Lowell, wherar Vlt la made, than of allr pother blood purlflors.a 2erecullar hi Its fihenome- SfrxaX record of sales sbroad.r ejno other prcparauoa gr ever attained such poiiu- & vA confidence among all elasses S ol people so steadfastly. Do not bs induced to buy other preparations, but be sure to get the Peculiar Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla aVrtdbraJIdrurelaU. SI) defers rraearedeolr hy C. L HOOD a CO, Aeotheosrlea, LeweU, mass. IOO Dosos One Dollar WHEN' YOU GO TO LOU 1 3 VILLE Have Your l'lntiiifiih J-U.lcat WYBRANT'S tNTew Studio. No. 327 W. Walnut St. (liver Marsuley. Theatie,) .oriKVII.I.K, - - KY Fll'TtREj Ca?IS( 1 II II Ef. FOR MEN QNlVf tar a&Ttw FAILING KAltriOOr QeeUriJ M-NtR 0U8 DBU.'T. W4VaUtMttr Jrty.ft. Blf, AHtttv )f IrTarasY KsNaaVaa IB OUar Tann hkiK. tjii.fiutrtiuktiif .. Iee.att1r e riill-f HOS TKI1T11 .T -SeoeAla la m 4a M Utllff IrM WlulM Ml rsralgi I'Nslrwa, Wrttt tktsK. SetMriettlssi ksM,k, eitijUaalUsi a4 fanaah miW4 eVa avniai snwtiaMU w( atwrreW-w m rnlAlTTEIl,( f M MACIC V? CHICKEN VilJ Cholera Cure ! Thousands of dollars worth of chickens are destroyed by Cholera every year. It is more fatal to them than all other disease combined, But the discovery of .Uquid remedy that positively destroys the Microbe has been made. Half of the young chickens are killed by Microbe before they are fryers, A 50 cenf bottle is enough for iso chickens, It i guaranteed. If, after 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 you purchased it, and he will refund your money. FINE SHOW GASES. AaT-Amk for CataltMnsaa TERRY M'F'Q CO- NASHViLtf. Tns ths Wsarltl. (Sr Mrlli ) I rsl, si1 lo litlrudure oxaf wifriur fooda newll) sftdnil Iso-m uiMm ! m loemliir, asabaive. OmIt tha wlM wrilf the t)tre All yon kavt lodo ta EYI K y Riani n aw bwbjw ear ariwis (e AviUfiRF' aud faiis rvetiit) yam. Tli br. rfnnletfr f lltll aei vftilamsnt ehoaa Iks asMll sj r tka SaK!aSaaaSr!S tmmumkt lYo.H lu 1 O a a.f ai lrM. (r-'W Id alart.w'lff- .a rt1.,f llellrr wrila. U VY . Hf all I.T'M (lur.f . e- 'EgJ wm JSl:!t?" 1 earn E . , vJieMeB WhaHs BBfJmaaaSBM BmBSBaeaeaVeWaemmaaamV Cai(oriAj r.Sara,I PltciiTs old, harmlc unr! qnlck or for Infants mid CM!droB'gComplfclnt. Superior to CatoT Oil, Farogorio or lV'iotloSifTn':iii- ChUdrnciry J".y.Cata"rit. Mil itoaa of Mothoi LlrsCrtittoria. Oatttoria 4urs Colle, Orrrtlrfi(iT. Sur Htonia;h, l)itrrbia, t.nicUuont Urm beaJthr toovp t alwi al-ls ditfMiiius, W itbuut imnxHiu siuluIwuUuu. Tnt CanTACR Conr, 77 Kurraj St,, New Tork, hUvvTOaivaiumtiaim XATUAITIIKU,MitiinaTir. PLANTERS WAREHOUSE. The Nat Gaither Co., Proprietors. TOBACCO COMMISSION ' MERCHANTS. XiloplcirisvlllQ - ICr. Liliciiil Allotvancca on Tobacco In Store. gefyPour Meiilli. freeautrnge to pluiilers. Caldwell -HANLrACTl'BERS Or- GALVANIZED IN, CORNICE, WIDOW CAPS, ' ciin .3309, c::;;; m mm uu i mm, . -ND DULtaS IN- rinware, Glassware. Qucensware, Cutlery and Lampe N Latin St BRYANT & STRATTON Business College n.Kff..11lor Hnd. TVfr ep. . Writ or t'oliflowe aed tilt ImWcm The greatest improvement in Corsets during the past twenty years Is the use of Coraline in the place of horn or whalebone. It is used in all of Dr. Warner's Corsets and in no others. ' The advantages of Coraline over horn or whalebone are that it does not become set like whalebone, and it is more flexi ble and more durable. Dr. Warner's Coraline Corsets are made in twenty-four differ ent styles,' fitting every variety of figures thin, medium, stout, long waists and short waists, J Sold everywhere, WARNEli MfrsV V New York w4 Chicago."! PlTTTTfiM w. If, t?jrina. afr Vav edawmH warrai haa I.U name cTprft price ttaasatl beMfl rY tti W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Pine Calf nnd I.aeed Waterproof drain. Tho txpllt-iirfl and wrnrlnir nttalllWnf V.tin mbm rannot ne ncurrnoown iiiun iy mv ninnn uiuuis- menu of 1U tnouaauila of couatout wt-an is. Sf.00 Urnnlne lloixl-arwf i, an tlMaiit and mf .HTIIaUl (ireSa OlllHJ IVIilVM 1.-1. Ill llll-lll m wt llnileiiiv.fl(l Vlr. A lir.p ra A ssti..,ni.lliwl tir ate In iviiiI llurctillll Y. SOe50 (ostlvcar Vflt In lita ftlauUhrd dress SQ.00 PoH'reiiiitiiH l-tlwm In rurrclblly adapted W lor rttiintau men. larmersr. nr. All i!iutlo In Cimgrwa, Hulton olid I JlCf. S A SO ?.i-l?Si . o.8- T aksfr tmmal aaaT a iW eea -SbbF hnl Ib9i tiBvss lMMn miMt frtvomlilv rorr-lvrtl rlnrt- IntrtnlursiJ anil tho rtci't)t iiiitir-iveint'iiU luaka liicm aupuriur to any ihooa m1i( itt V.tnr prlc r. Ark your Ia1iT, nml IT Iih i-unti'il nupplr ran sond direct to fart'irv riitrUwiu4 advurtlmil priba, ur a noaui fur oruer nintiKn. BU8H BHOF. CO., No. 13 South Main St., (Beard Block.) HOPKINSVILLE, - KY. McG-EHEE BROS.. PEJIBBOKE - KEXTCCKT lo euro Billoubueu, Sick HcadAche. Constl patlon. llalarla. Liver Complaints, take tho safe anil cert n In remedy, BMCIXH'B r theHMAIXfilno (JOlUtlerVsnstotha bOt'te). TlltV A KB TUB MOST CONVKftlKMT. Mnltabla lorn at I Aajera. Price of cliher aln. arte. rcr ItottW. KISSING '7 17 7fl"rltilToiliivijlH T I -I I " I U PANKI, S1ZB. M.llpd far , Ha. (ropt .T,or ,iwnii,. J.(.tailSACO..l.r.r 'lill.IUkA.a, tl.U.lt HI. 'WfMulTTiliaammmml tarm nte in Phlladrinhta attba Nuwjpr Atlvt-r llnliur AUTOt-y uf Meainv Wrnf ' air?" e4ae BILE BEM1S TMISPAPIB 4 WaS M 1 TtmmtA OAHtoria for p)illlnn't conioietiiit, mi Miprrtiir umny trvtv'ilMWkau kutiwu tu lim." II. A. Ah-iikm. M P.. Ill bo. Oaronl be, lirooaUjtu N.T. JAM KM WKsT,Hnlpsnian. & Randle, BopklnavlUo. Ky. niiic VIL L. E. Iv T a Loiiisvilb, hi Orleans AND Tsv.a.3 Hali-wsxy. THE POPULAR LINE I1KT rie-S MEMPHIS, OUElOXVlLLt'. VlCKSlSUIfG. UATON IIO'.'GE and XKW OliUCAXS, TSAVtRSIN'O A tmiMllil-VT llj SVSK l lfTlJUl'S CtlLNTaV. rile K-ll'l I'M KN'Tnml pli-l'sl e llll ,i,lh,e an lii4-,-h,-. to e.vrr l-eitl .vnulltli e n lilel, tale ,rf .l "'! t-iauilue .he roilllurt atel mtviv ,4 (tt, .jmbvi- Puiliiiim Bilffiil SleopiiiK Car Lille iM'twtH-n New U.leuna, lekslmrif, .i.Mn;liii, Lonirtvillo amlC'l.i-i-imtali wilhtuit change Ar ... Jl'tsm S air III- UIBi a I ! nt. I'i'H rii nit . .l.t !(( (tri XI(Tlllll)l . 4 :iu im ,. I :uu tlaN 'nlii.-nli 1. ui-lilo (.liitiii.iiati ef-lf.-nfri fti-Mil'l imrrlia-e ttrltetr! h7 ti Im' ii.ltal.rll IboMo-t AUrael. Itimlf ri tltr witilii ui-l K ..r Tlnif allies, Mai I'uMen, and Prict oJ Cvit Tm. I'a'r Atft., Metiiilil.Tea Am-'i ''-'r rt. liea. I'a-a'r Aft, J, 4. KDWAHHs, Vlre-l'in-'i u uoa'l Mu tir, Memphis, Teas HUMPHREYS' trrillK sr!evsl igrrw.Ttiituii : Uartl for atiiv vrr. In prl vsts iirt'tlc wuhatucsrvMntirtetTajr uiinr r.r-ti-"ii nr iim laixipi. r-ry aiogta Km eifle U la! cirt tu the UtsH-ag nKiL IIiom S,'t'10f-t ran viLivut driuttin. pvrw Mllg rmiiciitfl sow mj masrsii. sat hi ssivj- in ellHI a i (b u ereisa reaieaiee nikf vria utt or riuMxrAX sos. ccutn. ri Fvr, (efiUoa. tnflanimtiros. . , VrM Worm r vVfafmisillc.... VrriMM t'elletorTawUilit uf InUaa.. litarrhea of fhllUran AdulU !) aivrr.Urlpl!, U1IImm l-uU... . . t saeile-rsa Markka. Vittnlllssv uk. (Vldl. Ur.-iicnllU... ' llradarliri, Skk Haailarh. Vrlle.2 Iff apaaaiaaUliloiM eioraark ,3 Mua.rraat -r PalnTa! Perleta.J i ea ri ish ipatarii,rarTarhe III While, hxi PniriiM Pvrlodtv iVpMRtC"'Uirti. Ltni-ull nraathlof m'Ult nraathlof . . i 'liwlaa. KruDtluaa. "NIC HBHIttt If hnnaiall rn. IthtnuiiMii I'n H .. SPECIFICS I I lea. WlntTor Mtillti ., ,5 Onklhalmr or thrra, or waak lyna ,3 Catarrh. .uHupiiia.Oold lit lb Hrad ,S una nine t;aax a, inrni t fUfiM. , lainiMa.. ipifrm" i iirvBininw Itraaav. auti tV'antT BeirrrUiiiiai. K niraari it avsaeraue asirsaJ JVoaJtlt i iolunlirr LUt-bavraaa. ore itiaitiN, aBi.ar.Ui Oinqrv Wrah nraa. WaHltid 31 Intaf Parluilw. wllh Hlatn.. lllar- kpllruair, paaia, lilaakstlsatrla. MIccrat uataol tne iirarier.iiiuiKrii,i v I ilia liancv a. i C b r Blg awa-eall aa Krvj.tioi.a, 'icrrmuKi rttira i nnm. . Koltt hr liruicflifi. or sent pottpald on rMlpt of irtif. Ia. IluHrHRETa Mijiml, (141 paa) ftf i rli rtcfcly rtccij ivun i in cimn ana Bm. ntaiiru iri-, llMmphrrTS tlPllrlara.l(if Fultimat. I , IUMPHKKVH1 VKTKHINAKY HPKC'IFICH -I Vmmd hvall .WMnaf llaraa Bad Cat- 1st. A (niiiiillnimitars' twtnv (if llr. llumtihn'Ta1 Vf'terinary Mnnual 800 uaafral on treat'iieul and car uf hoinwilir AntiuaU -HorMt, Cttl. hrt'K II . and Poultry - Sent frea. UvMnuuttw aHUiicua uoet mm ruiiou ol, a. . sTnt& a2!L fllrlllaeUl IMalesve. l.l.TS.. pool IM1MI 1 PACKAGE PROF: HARRIS' PASTILLES FOR THE CURE Of (VITALLY WEAK-. Had.MWiM fiappai,,, u me I ti, 'se or sludyi sal era attntal tlralB ar frlef- HMI'lL KXCKSNr'SIti ml.Ulatifi'.or l;lua habit. tOHtiaiMaj I. i.iua. TICAK fflCn KXHAlHllliVHuilhlitirtliNkttii, IK. ItlLIM tMT l UlltKHwIlh HIILT lltl AY la Till KU a.tl HIU. M.K aUkUt lark f t.bv rlinr.atnl atreiujib.alil, snual arcaiM rVHEM WE SY CmES'St&SSftSSSi B nialir Ih'iii.itii eaoa trfalail au4eirN lu IsUI tatt rear a. TrtVnft,fM,,','"rf'l,fc B nf. IffHi' LAA V 11 CsoLDBM MKmcATTn PAHTiT t ii VTpi A I iiiIr-liidayirUI AliMIll m,y thta i B! All ", fu"f r ol.l, auntrlii! I mm t hi 9ralni rnil,l should rnr ikHr aeMrrea w t-aa I uralik utt'ltu Co b auswertxl, thai wr ma; taosr lha Irnr rcddltlua . ...i, cw ana prinn -rn le. ta nat a rrtni,,j Mr UwuJ U tf.w Verk (itl.r II rars l m. Unit), w e-lTt rHI HARRIS REMEDY OOn Mfa. Cham, it a. W9 BEKKaTAlf BTKyKT, gW YORK, H Unu"2lJ MIC RO Bl T 1 1 KILLLR. Tit' faM 0is2cverj of k Agt OLD IN THEORY, BUT THS REM EDY RECENTLY DISCOVERED. CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATARaH, C0HSUMPTI0M. ASTHMA, HAV rtvia. SSONCHITH. RHtUMATISM, DVSPtPllt, CANCER, SCNOr. ULA, DIAICrtt, RIOHT'S DISEASC MaLSRIAL FCVH, OITHinU AND CHIUS. la ehort all tonne of Orgaals and Functions lllaesMie. - . , The Cures sffoold bjr this Medicine are In dtanr i-.sm.'S MIRACLES! Sold only la Jugs eontalnlnf Ons Gallon, fvie. rfceee la-Hews a small Inve.tnienl wheu Health and life can lie obtained. Ilwtory or tho Mifrotw KilliT " Free CALL OM OS AODDESS EUCKNER LEAYELL, llopkinsrille, Ky. Solo Atfont.for Christian couuty. letirt si laiUtiees. Ut sat bt Ml Trail Iirl TlZLl TOR TEAIN3, ' L. I N. B&Uro&d. ' T.iN8orTB t: nnitimo a. m.;lTand :ii p. m. Tntiiss Sobtm V:Un. at.tl:t"and 10:15 p. m Na-livtlla) AcrsMiiiuiislalhai arrtrtH at n:t p. ta V. VV. AlexauUer, Aveut, lhipl.liwUlu, Ky. UP, DlTItlOILI 1 Mlnnl train (ly eviit anntar) s?tir Ptl-vrft.m at ;( p. m , arris 4 IMro U Juae tiun at ri:i. UUe-i train (1allr rar,ti Rnalav.) leare Prtnueion Juitriisaii at J :tt a. in., arrUe at I'lini'tuin ii ii:in. in. li.-tnn.-e fmut IMiit-'eUm Juns'ilm. tu IMnce uu, ia tulle far L:u'.vllio, Cbc.apnk. k OMc Tcutt, No. H I t. Mikln-vHle, I.. A X., :- .i. m. Arr N..itiiii;iU', lu:i; a, in. I.r. NtitliHiTlllf, U. A t , T:i7 p. nt.; T:i n. m. Arr. leAil-t Mia-. ::u . tu t hu u. ia. 1. (i iirrl liana n 1imItII,p (or all hiiU Kat. aii'i lur t lie i irtmaM an( tlta mtlu'at. i r. Vi I.r. llil.lnTll.e. I a. A lon-i n m.;w:U a. at. ait. .HHMiviiin. - itK.wp. iii, ii;a.iu. I.r NrtM rille, C. A 0Ml;ii mi ; J :. m, Vrr. I'.t'lucah. Nr.aia m l i..i.. Arr. Piill'-n. III. Cm. K. It. tttsai a. m.; 7tp ni. Arr. MtMnplil, Sr.p m.: l:lf. a. I.v. Uumptiia, , ;tp M.lH.twa. Arr. Vlrkli:n r. li tUk. m ; J:..', p. Ait. Ili.is.it ll m :ia m ;:la. Arr. Nrw ilds-nitsi, v:lja.iti ;u:iOi. u T haa rwUittaa IliiSTsvi MM-iiitjf i ara i it'Lniitii'M ati.i i w l ran nl:um.i rli.-iiitras. rwnins-tU ItH-all iMania In ff, ArtiMMia a mi i nlMornla. Nt, J hna t OHitaiiMiliHt I'ailorKe tlliiliiir -hrr. anlMcM'ili'i in M-?iihU. f MtK-KM .NluUiMlavt, Ui. H-la -imI It-vim- iisen i.ir Miar, at ni,i, 7 a. sa hi 0 p. . iii'Mir y iinli't U a. iu It. i p in. rirUvrrr, HMiflav- to p. ui StH THKUN' Kl UhSxiKr H K. S-tpi.ili niM Havr MatH,..pa a a. ia wis. m. II. W . JlblM, ..gtlht. , TKI.K.lt.l'H 4imCK. TA.urn t'ulin I'n Malra narnrr Mnin anl UMI MIlMJUa. Ml. Iii UaJMlle aud Alloa I'alk up- i nun a O. V. TIME TABLE. Tatue eSoel NovumU-i Iota. laaS. TSalKS Sut'tH. No I No. S. i.r. KranaTlli., , ..ttaiaw i m . -jmm as I' r llniMli'i-Msa lu:aiaiM 4:Mnn irMirjinw re tsi n i:wpm Ar Neinrannem ., u.tl a tit :.' p ia r IH-Ktivon Urtr p m IS p 'M . I w p ta . l;Upa Ar Mutata Ar alaiiun . Ar 1'rliwetoa .ta p m T:Uim M:tip No . Vn. 4. I.r IMorrtna , flue a at Inn p aa Ar alarlon , ;:ul m : u m Ar SmrtfU 1:41 n nt 4:4 p in Ar iH-hnvrn . MdaiM 4:a pta Ar Moriraiirtelii :iu a in fVi.uiiin Art or)ilun :kla m :- p in Ar llfti'U r-un lb:tnni O il p in Ir kl.H.vtlll.... 11,3 AMI InsapM Yialua It-ave Mnranircll fur Uiaiunlaiaa ax 1:40 n. m. aixl Sr.tti p in. Train Ivate t'liiutiUsnrn lor UmaaanarM at -l iilital. ft. . arvi4Ullr Aopt8un Tialiia I ami CMin.lav on ity iiaiiist s ami eMin.lav on Trnln IihvIh hk-nau at 11:11 n. m. art-froa In K an-vlllr W; MluiLinif l iwi tmiiifu llllWI CSI ttna In I? Milan ItviM arllh tihit Valtfy train Nu, at a.oua. iih airiTina aa iiroitri asm a. m, I'rtiH'Mon l:i& p. in., Paihifah H:m ami n VltfiiipliU:JW p. IHai aHllao uiarlii. Irtilnnu Ion L. U X n. H. Ira v In a- Mom . plilant S.4ia m aitivluirnt Pailtirnh at l:4 p iu.. iiiih'ckmi at J:w) p. in., iittikinii ilii'f rwiiurtlini aitlt Ohio Valy iraln Nt 4, nl"1 rl Ina at MriKlriwHi at tl:ll u. in., whcie tllii-i l WIHMK' tlua laHIIMltt lU UUitaM 4(-)Nat alth K AT, u.araiii ai , p. m . ii.r ilufchnc -, leriT llalllr, lllIIAMMH. ( I elf Iniintl. l I III In. ft nil j - hi aiiKviiitTN, .us, ira I'll HI iNimir ara imimrii in iiii kt4t ntul nnwt ill nsct murr hi nlMe n a mail ttilia H w liHM.N. A a. nlia A rKN Uanaialhiiitt- u, P. A T. A. SKTWltKN Louisville and Memphis WITH FULL1XAN Bufftt Sleeping Cars v.tna snd to LOUISVILLr, MEMPHIS, VICKSBURO, Is- TON SOUOt, AJO NEW ORLEANS, els MCMPHII. TDK Qnci'P DKMRABLB RCDTi TO AND rsuu New Yrtrlr. Plillaftelptitn, lleillmnre, ' w sunn's'", .."i ioift, iiii I uitu i;oralul"i, 11I-Imiii,iiiI. TtliOTdlo, ('h'relitnil. Tuluiitt, llilcusii, IllUlMtlSlMiilS. (Jlii ll.nnll. LH. villo, ' ' EASTKIIN A.SU NOItTIIKAsTEItIC POINTl AND ,.- I llemnlili, Vlrlnliur,. Ilnlun lion,,. Oilrsna, Mitlille, t.lllle ll..-k, il. it HuHnsn. aii'i nmivs U niiN lUllKUMW", llllla- AiVfutana, Hla.l.f-ll, NmUI-nH, ami THK HOt'PU AND 8OUTIIWK8T. : Tho ini' In thomnifhlr mnitiiiuiil ami in flrai. miuiintiiiitHMi, ami timvitltj mi oxrcl rnt iirninei.t hi tiiiiH ami thiiMiirli nai-a. a irar URE ! Hie thn itit' I mtiivdiileni'ii foiirril U tlir linlicil hxpi-eM Tin ilia ONLY A NIQHT't at and ijiilukoat aerrlce betweuii the ttro ciiiew for ijmeU UntM. Time Tahtnaj ! ail et. uko. mauki pkk, AKt, Nrirt4Hiv te.ok- H.H rHULTV.Urn'l Pain. Ant, LUUlb II. li-K Y. Ullll taa.a-ma BUtl tltil Of 7vat ralxo Onx rKXIORta n. h Ivralliv can Mrurt bi rrr. lotrHetat with oar Urr iuaaii untoi asmiarnaisl iSitmpi Allihaavorh r- v.lml-le inula f.irti. wlilrti lanM tWrr tu all lllsm, iVritlif. ir rsni vvwiM Ilka f wo la wi.rk tVr uw. roa raa tM.it Iruirl 1iQ U BOO par HHk nil ojiwirds. AMdrtta, HUtiauif afct Co., l A). art fund. Mala. WimWv pmmm fit n.. ka- aW s i i. & fJ. R. I). w -THK IIIIKiT .'" ' '"hrough Trunk Lino uota uet, ti,e ultloa of ' .'Inolnnatl, Lexington, Loulrrllli SYansvllla, St, Loula, And lbs eltlua f ' STaahYUl, Uampnlt, Montgomsry, Koblla, and Bw Orlaani, . WITHOUT CILOUEl . i .. ,, . i ANII SPKKD rNRIVALEO. ' - " ' .! From St. Louis, Evausvillo aud HiiuiWson to the iOUTHEAST it SOUTH Through Coaches From abovo cities to Nash. ' villo and Chattanooga, making direct oon- . . lion -with i. PULLMAN "PALACE CAES For Atlanta, Savannah, Macon. Jackson Ylllo and Ptiluta in Florida. Couuectiims are inatlo at Oullirio and Naxhvii'e tor all pointa Korth, East, South and West, : In Pullmitu 1'ulaco Cars. . EMIGRANISfttt this road will rerviva apeciul low ratea. So admits of this company for rules, routSM Su, or writ to C. 1'. Atmubc, O. P. A T. A. Louisville, Ky ARKANSAS, TEXAS AND California )rt Ling, VIA ' Msr-pWsarl T.Htls Keek Eailread, Tht Oreot Through Car Uouto. Two T.ilai lilly to Arkanau Witbeut a Ckin.-a. Only On Chusc to Tsxai anl ' California. - ' ' - KIciraiil Vnrr Imlr Cars onRll I;i!!y lYuIn, rrr-rtv.rn niTlt- r, .f1r fn, taaar n.rars julrki'i toall )-'Un. in IVvfv-, MexliMnua LaU Mitia tliti Beiv iMhrr net nr. a vukI n tnta.iIUiua n.l rhmnt-h Mrmphl aii'l I'ljrhh e.i ,niii nj iitrr In initi train an J ai. hoiirm ity H.eahfr, l taking Uw Popular ThroprbJJaf Route f.t8rnphis and Littla 'Reel, AlttntHv frn wir line that will put Ta llinttiirli alilMsuisl.'ijt ni ii-ntfrcr. - NO K XT It A rHAfKiK POR SKATP IN TilUDtliU )ACH, Thrp t 'iiarhra liave Pni tm In rharaw ts. U aflajrlhe ..:.il..iiau, rlln-..f )! LuiUianl aiiMliMethnl tJitl la-al ,,,. ar" nMj alltia fl t.if't In ilir 1 l.n-.,, I, t tMM ), I I.r ui. Ni.nil.i-r Rio4iMifiniamrh lhirvniama. II iiMill lax viinr llinv anil tal,fni0l.iii murb h.atl-iipits.lMcrll it.e ri. h ami baandftU h-.Mira uu l linir UmUaaf Artiiaa. ami TakaS. 1 htrrar.il hmi1( Im ymt in aiatii h- Iwt ' )tHiii'll, Kxa'ntiif il.at-eetiMtry , MWiala) alia tmi..vl. .arn the na)vai.tatf ant, r1U.il nta. hMtMlmi fn hsNal faellhli-a. Hti . or rrnt a fai.n. r lain irp (JoTtiBincn Laud ' nlaiNtttiff fmra l onthant aaa-' wm nttaiiM aii aif Raaaan. Nt. ainier. Jual Il.luk m4 It iiIim, li.,saMeil,.e4 We. .ever a.4 l.tl:,-r -, Irt. I. In .(-!,. it.,. Uir ,M,r -.iihmt --euth t ir aell-llkrn.l .au.1 1,-rthplr Im-tr-a trs.ut 1 ci iiM-rr aia inrtuiu nn-riiH.ul,.,,. w,.-u mkt ,las aii-winaj r--rriMHf4 ttaa Xitrtli-rfaa. !. J - ..ininwi-M. 1 -O ..-I Ml ArSuuaa aad Teiesa.J """"ii"'!! nm Araauaaa . 'iwrnwn ni.ijj tt rile u, me ftn- full Inr.er-H.tl.u. I -.in ..-J ru llnis lluuS and I'siwra. five. K. A. WitLiias. - "Southern I'saMiiiHTV AnuL , . ' Naiiliville.TeuB Cms E. IIi.th russenrrer Airnnt, Memphis Teua S. W. Tuckm,, 1. F. A Little Hoi k, Ark. Ki'ix)Lr Fun, Ueu, Atnuagv-r, LilUe. ltock, Ark. TO THK ' S-OTXW MEMPHIS "TENN. AND , Illinois Central Raiload. fti.?.:.'d-frjfii:5i'irri Memphis & New Orleans, La -l Undid KajulKawall .1 f, 1. ,. MUlfollli-otll CrHKliesI i'ulliaaa llnllet slMi-iarsl , Traiue slwareoa Uae. ' M . VI JMiatlOUTB j 01 The Shortest Route, ' MEMPHIS TO Ne w Orleans. Dill One Plltlf (if rBH fsiSt .Tess.1, keu.e.111. Wl. Ami tliat at New Ui1ana In Ujirllal,t Ittiiiuil tilptli kfUai-eoii anl at all impor li t iMstntsf. i-emltiiir via Mssim.l.i. thk thH lllimili.ifiitriif K. . -' 4alMir ihnt ylMir,Tlrii,t read rr nilllllll ( Clltin It. It.. Hull Ullll. maee-asr. ll.a. lkm a. . ulltoC Tlirouiih aShoHra. ror any ntntier Information, ootaoianlaat tvllh lu uiv-i Italli-oaU As.cnt.ur II ll4MaoitV. - " A J w. a.. , Uenl. I'naa, AircnL , a, ii. 9. A Ciiloagclll. Memphis, Tea a ' I Mi ' Cotton Belt Route. St. Louis. Arkansas anci Texas Ry. " 1 ' . TUB OXI.v LIXsfT4 Arkansas and Texas. . Two DailiTrains v ; - KllOSf . , , No Change of Cam to PINE BLUFF, TEXAP.KANA, FT. ,,WOKTII,C0RSICANA, TYLER, Or Iiitormodiute Points. Avoiding a long and (liiutgrooabla uiuuiuus trunsior at, wompuis. ELEfJANT DAY COACHES, , Pullman BUFFET SLEEPERS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS S. 0. WiNNrs, IT. W, MasaisoN, S, a,, I'siweiieer Aa-t, L-nser A il KM I'll 0 Mlf.r.RR, B.C. I.aBEAtlMI. ; tit'M. 1'ralBe Mnn, Oen. i'esa. iet.- W. 11, UODIiltllHiE.neneral ilajia.vr. SI. Louis, Aju. ' . .