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many white soaps, pach 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, : BUSINESS fiARDS TdkT j. A. SOUTIULL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Offioo ovur Firat National Bank, A WnPKINSVTTXE. - - KY. Teleiibone at oSlce nd mlileiM. Junius C. ! DENTIST, ' Office over Kelley's Jewnlry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell JJJfcJM A sat HOPKINSVTLLJ; - KY OPBHATIMO A PTOIAi.T. OOos over at. rrankel's Sou. ,W. "W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office west aide of Court Square. n. J r. i.-l EVERYTHING Road tarts! ox wheels. TeDfiTarnb3reaper Buggies! fgrDon't buy before getting our ftfloiw and paioiogues. mr ,.s TTT HTnnWT T nrt Han.eU.lauat.er. HH.Lm.Tll ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing also at REDUCED RATES. Ninth Street, near depot. McHAE & McCOY, ManitfaV-tiirersof flcdwo.il lumhrr, Whits Oak, Bed Oik, WALNUT, ETC. - At Host Seasonable Bates. KELLY, - KENTUCKY. SHERWOOD-:-HOUSE! (Umler New Management.) T. C. BRIDWELL. PROP'R, I Vge Hnm. Koont. Hens System Call Itcllft. aUTEB - - - - 12 p-r Day. apectal rat by the week. Co"":,i.uM Evansville,Ind. .XT National Barber GRAY & YOUNG, Prop.' K. NINTH ST., NEAB MAIN. Slaving 10c, Shampooing 10c, Hair Cutting 25c Kmliliif nut Srat-clKM work sn,1 all done la lire luteal taalitou. balt.laclUu. guaranteed. 1-11-17 TO ADVERTISERS A Hut of 1,000 newspapers divided Into State ml hfctluua will b Mini on application FKatJfi. To tliorte who want their ftdvertlalne; to inr we can offer no IwtWir niedtuui fortliorouifli and eflVrtlve work Uiau ttie various eetsilons of our beleut Uocal 1.1st. Otto P. HOWfM too , ' Kewaitaiwr advertMiig Iturean. lu tiimii ati-net. New York. SHAT SCOTT'S EMULSION CONSUMPTION SCROFULA BRONCH.TIt COUCHS COLDS Wasting Diieaiei CURES Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many have gained on pound per day by iU ub. Scott's Emulxion. is not ft secret remedy. It contains the stimulat- in d properties of the Hypophos- plates and pure Norwegian Cod liver Oil, the potency of both toeing largely increased. It is used ly rhysiciaus all over the world. PALATABLE AS MILK. SohX by all Dmgijhlt. SCOTT at BOVVNS. Chemists. N.Y. 5THOTVFIEH1 The Original Wins. C. F. Simmon i, St. Louis, Prop't M . A. Simmon Mt Medicine, Kat'tl 1840, la the U. 44. Court defeat! J. H.Ziilin, Prep'rA.Q.Simmuns M M. A. S. L. M. has for J7 yean irc4 iNDIOEsVnON. BlUOVkXKSB, lTtPEralA,StCK lfBADACIIE,Lot.T ArpETiTB, Souk ft to mack, Ktc. t. 1. 0, Heama, Castor II. it. 1 Church, Adami.Tcnn., write: "I ia t should bave beea dcd btt lor your Genuine M, A. bin nona LWcr Medicine. I h av ometiaiea had to eubslltut Zoilia's ttutf" for your M di cine, but it don't answer Ilia purpose,' rtw 1 n n a ... I em.' i I I' Bm. MemDhU.Ttnn ..... I . ...... L 'a . ' I receiveda nackave ol vouti u.. Medicine, and have used half of it. It works like a charm. Iwsm 1 tstuer stiver Reeulator and ecr sit of Zeilia'e aaiiturtt Pat McMannon Iophln0t)il!f Jleuturhion, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1890. STAGE EXAGGERATION. Aa Kvll Wklrh la as Hast la the Italtad tttatas ea Ik la la KuRlaa. An auditor unused to stage language and ways, and raining to tha theatut straight from the street, the exchange, the county, the mess or the drawing room, wherever. In short, men and worn en congregate, could hardly tail to he struck by a certain falaeiieas, a certain overpmphaata, and eHpecially a certain long-drawn exaggeration of the pathetto tones. He would think it grotesque, and he would probably think it unplaa ant , It la a note not to be heard In dally life, for we are an undeoionatratlre peo ple by nature, and pride ouraelres on getting through the orisia of our tires in dumb show, with no more than a word or two. This impassive attitude, some think, Is one of the boat things about ua. lain myself Inclined to be lieve, after eartaiu recent personal ex. perloncrs of more vociferous methods. that the Tory demonstrative nationa spend more energy than we do in prom lse, and perhaps retain less of perform' ance. On the atago, however, and chiefly on the molodramatio etugu, we have changed all this. Our uion weep, our women whine; It may be uontlmontal, which la quite another thing from pa thetic, but It is a singularly long way removod from our English way of taking tne I acts ol existence. In the course of the past aummor tbe present writer was listening to one of the moat popular plays of tho season. Two young ladiea of pleas- lng exterior, very oompotent players. bad taken the atago. One was recount ing her misfortunes to theother. "Now," I thought, "was ever any thlngmore un like to tbe behavior of any aane English women than that of these young actresses the tearful faces, the spas modic gostures, the long-drawn, woful utterance and the various traditional stage tricks of speech and manners?" And I reflected that the young ladles themselvus were not responsible for their doparture from nature, but tho fashion of the times, which calls for such divagations. At this moment a stranger, sitting at my side could bear it no longer; he moved impatiently in his seat and expressed bis indignation In a whisporod comment in my ear: "I bog your pardon, sir, but wbafc two con founded idiots." I imagine this gontlo- man, a-bose speech wae educated and his face intelligent, may have lived long enough away from London melodrama land to have forgotten that It is a region where a dialect of ita own prevails, ac companied by contortions of tbe face and body, rollings of the eyes, emotional gurglings, hisses and huskiness, which never accompany the speech of the English men and women in the world we live In. Fortnightly Review. CORRECT FABRICS. B.allf TaleaWe SasswtlMas Ceaceralea; Woaaaa'a lreaa. Mrs. Edmund Russoli, the exponent of tbe Pelssrte system, in a lecture on dress, pives some vsluable hints in re gard to arotuan a coslumo: '"For a woman of light physique, deli cate coloring, vitality, energy and move ment, any draping, clinging material- soft wool or lustroussllk hasa peculiar adaptation. Ropose is an i'lea insep arable from else, let the atout womr.n's dross create that feeling material that will fall in the rich heavy folds, un broken ilnos, deep, soft color and she Is at ber best The tight fitting black silk or satin, ber usual grand costume, is a great mistake. The light reflected from a brilliant surface reveal the form; revealed form is vulgar, suggested form is poetic A tall, angular woman wants some thing ligbt and floating a material that will follow every movoment, multiply ing lines and obliterating angles. Proper radiation of llnea has every thing to do with the grace andexpressionof a gown. The shoulders and bips are natural points of support. Let the drapery fall from there, and the rosult is a sorles of long, curving radiations that give life and beauty. With every change of po sition thero is a new series of lines, all tree to follow the swing and sway of movement. Little catches and fasten ings are stiff and meaningless; they break the long sweep that alone gives ease and grace." CHILDREN'S SHOES. Oaa't Bar uls-k-llMl.a rot-wr, No Matter How Nice It l-eoka. It is s great mistake to buy cheap shoes for children. Such . shoes are either made of Inferior leathor and by workmen who do not understand their business, or they are heavy aboca, sewed tT machine. In one case they will not wear one-third as long as good shoes tbst cost twice as much; in the other they will l,e so bard and unyielding to the tender feet of tbe growingubild that thej will certainly produce corns and other afflictions of tho feet that it may be impossible to cure. The shoes made by the village cobbler may not be so handsome as the stock shoes in the vll lsgo store, but they are usually more comfortable and more durable. Ko child abould wear a aliuo with heels. The spring-heel shoe glvoa all the elovatiou neeesssry till tbe child is fully grown. Many Knglish women who arc export podettrlaiis always wear a spring-houl shoe In long walks, The folly and wrong of putting a blgh-heeled, narrow toed shoo on a school-girl need not be commented tpon. There are sovoral disesses of the spine which are traced dlrently bv physicians to such folly. M. Y. Tribune. Katlaftloa ef a Qwtr H.et. The Independent Wills of the extinc tion of a small aocs known as Sande msnlana. Their founder was a Scotch man, Robert handetuait, who came to the United Stales In I'M, and founded a fow weak congregations in Connecti cut and Massachusetts. Among their peculiarities was a large circular table which occuplod nearly half the space of their church, about which they sat to study the llible; they observed the cora miinlon and held a love feast botween services evory Hshbath; washed each othor'a foot; required two elders at least for every church; gave tho kiss of charity on reooivltigtuemliers; abstained from blood and things strangled. nd held all their goods.'at tha. service bf each other.-' They totem to' have been content wlih more ,ttttnoxs-loarlng," and have dwindled away until" only four members are toft .-" f , ' Tbe Kentucky tagUlature of 1815 was noted for its misspelling. It named (iroen County nflor Uvncral (iroune. Mnhlenburg County after (loneral Muhlenberg. Menifee County after Richard II. Moncfiw, and Davioss Coun ty after Jon-ph II. Dari-iss, - and the orthography disllguius tho map u this day. . ' ' DI. ACIEK 8 ENQMHH PILLS. Are active, effective ' and pure - For sick headache, ' disordered stomach, ws of appetite, bad complexion and bilioiisneM, thejr have never been equaled either' in America or abroad. - U. 11. (iiaiisa, Druggist, POME3TIO CONOERNS. For lore or cankered throat tab equal parts of powdered borax and sv.i phur, and blow them Into tha throat through a quill. It will giro almost certain relief. The sulphur alone is good. Household. In gardens conveniently located. It will pay to water regularly each even ing. This servos a double purpose, pro moting the growth of tho plants and also making the worms less active and more disposed to disease. Strawberry pio may be made by baking a shell of nlco pastry in a tilck oven. While hot glass with white ol egg and return to the oven for a min ute. When cold All with large, aweet strawberries, and give them a generous covering of whippod cream which has been previously sweetened. Servo at once. Rural Now Yorker. llarbo ued Ham: Slice oold boiled corned or smoked bam. Fry In its own fat remove the slices to another dish, and keep hot whllo you add to tho fat In tho pan a teaspooonful of white sugar, three dashus of black neppur, a teaspoonful (.-leant) of made mustard, and three tuhloapoonsful of vinegar, lloll up once, and pour oror tbe ham. Uarpor's Ilasar. rineapplo lie-: Mix twocupfuls of ftnoly-cbopnod pineapple, two tablo spoonfuls of lino uracker crumbs, a cup ful ol sugar, a Biuall half-cupful of water and three well-beaten eggs; cook without a top orust and beat to a stiff froth tho white of two eggs and add to the top while the pie Is hot; allow the eggs to liecome Urm, but not browned, iu the ovon. llostou Herald. Roast Lamb: Wasb It well, sprinkle It with salt and popper, dredge it with flour and put It into the pan with half a cup of lwlllng water. Make a gravy of the drippings. It requires about two hours to roast the hind quarter, and an hour and a half fur the fore quarter. Serve the roast with mint sauce made as followe: Chop a bunch of green mint very line, add a teaouoful of sugar and one of sharp vinegar. ' Stir it up and send It to the table in a sauce boat- Western RuraL Ilutter Cups: Boll hard twelve fresh eggs, l'eel, cut In half and remove the yelks. Cut off the tip of each piece. Set them in a pretty baking dish Rub the yelks smooth with ene heaping tablespoon of butter, teaspoonful of mustard, salt pepper, teacupful each of nnoiy-mineea cola lowt anu oia nam; a tiny bit of onion (salt spoonful), two tablospconfuls of bioad crumbs, gravy to moisten it Mix thoroughly, roll Into brills size of ogg yelk, and put one in each half of egg. Pour over the whole a teacap of chicken gravy, put pita of butler In and sprinkle lightly with cracker dust llake for about flftoen mlnutos or until nicely browned. Serve with cold meats. Ladies' Home Jour nal. SHORT FASHION NOTES. r.mlnhae Ilr. Nev.ltlM That fte.sa te Ue In (ireet D.mai A great number of handsome gray dresses appear upon the promenade. Some are richly embroidered with steel and allver, with the trimming repeated on the bonnet and aunsbade. Others are relieved with white, dray looks Its coolest when combined with white. For a special full-dress occasion is made a black and white costume of rather unique atyle. The skirt Is en tirely of white silk, trimmed with white silk embroideries. It has a last century eoatof black velvet lined with white brocade. The coat fastens below the chest with a double clasp of jet, but opens broadly below it showing a Jabot and continental frill of fne old flem ish lace. Accompanying this costume Is a very odd-looking three-cornered bat which, though handsomely made, looks appropriate only for a fancy-dress party. ' Some of tho light India cashmere toilets aro combined with striped silks tbst sre figured with tiny polka-dots In white or colors. These drosses are made with graceful princesse backa and Jacket-fronts of tbe cssbmere, with sleeves, fronU and blouse vesta of the striped silk. Reseda and cream-colored striped silks In these patterns are pret ty, with polka-dots of English rose. The handsome cotton dresses that are worn for walks and drives in tbe park will be popularly worn all day In the country, and even at fashionable water ing-places. 1 hey are, la many cases, as rich and dainty In effect, and made up with as much care and at as much ex pense, as a summer silk, snd thus take far higher rank than formerly en "dress parade." Kcru batiste is a very popular material this year, the fabric being burred, striped, flowered or bordered. Tho bodices are mado In ways both slro plo and elaborate, but all tbe skirts hang full ovor ailk petticoat of tbe same shado, the batiste dresses having no foundation skirts. N. Y, Evening I'ost - R.ekl.sanMa of Dreassrda. "What is the largest amount that you bavn ever found upon a drunken uianf" was asked of Captain llranham at the police station last night "Sixteen thousand dollars waa the largost sura that I remember seeing. We found It upun a man asleep In the streets. It is no uncommon occurrence for ns to pick up porons with 1 0.000 or 119,000 in their pockets. When any of the ofli- oers see any porson flourishing a large amount of money and unabie to take care of themselves they are brought to the station and locked up to sleep off tho results of the spree, while their monov is lockod up in the safe and turned over to them whon the courts are through with tbolr casos. Kansas City Timcs; hae. AUvle.. ' Ethel See, 1 am making a smoking cap for Charlie Sands. I'm going to present It to him wbon he comes home from college Maud What slue are you making It? Ethel No. 7. I looked in his hat be fore he went away and that was marked u It Maud Make It two sises larger. ' Ethel Why? Maud He graduates this year,-' Munsy'a Weekly. U.ar at Ahj I'rlea. Miss Kannio Miss Jennie, If you'll not breathe it I II tell you something. Miss Jennie I promise. Miss Fannie I gave myself away last evening. 1 " ' Miss Jennie What! Didn't giving yourself away make you foci ehoap? Miss Fannie Yes, but he called me "dear." West Shore. Indications are that Ore yoars from now there will not be a narrow gauge road of any importance in this country. Within the lost five years the narrow gauge miloag-j has been reduced S.U00 uillos and the reconstruction is now going rapidly on, - Buxklen'a Arnica Salve. .. The Bret Salve In the world for Cuts, , Bruises, Sore. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Soros, Totter, C'unpped Hands, . Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. Jt ia guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by H. B. Garner. Subecrilie for Tub Kkntocuan. ly two dollars year. - On- BAMBOO Mn-POLE8. Meaafaclnrrra enable la Meet the flrow. lng Demand for Them. The manufiicturcrl of Ashlng-rods aro lu a state of mind over tho fact that the stork of Calcutta bamboo poles from which the rods sre made has given out, snd it Is itiiHMsibla to sccuro anolhor stock of thuo polos until it will bo too late for this xoaHon k trade. Such a slnui of affairs never existed neioro in i no History ot ushcrmou s sup- piles, it snous mat llio anglers are iu crossing faster than the rod dealers ever Imagined they would, nud the dealers are totally unprepared to meet their de- inunUs. Split bamlioo rods will therefore go up la price during tho rest uf the seusun. These bamttoo polos are Imported In bnmllea of nfty, and usually bring nbou 91ft per bundle. To-day one of these bundles could not lie Imught for lovo or money.. This particular bamboo ia sought after and used In prcforonoo to others owing to the strength of Its enamel. Its life as a rod Is twice long as that of a rod made of .Japunose buinlioo, for Instance. Tbe Japaneso bamboo is almost as tough as tho Calcutta variety, but tl,e Joints aro so close together that it Is dif ficult to cut It up to any advantage. Tho action of tho Jnpaneso Is perfect, but tbe tip is fstally weak and can not be used as a substitute for tho Calcutta tip. It is not generally known that Amer ica makes the ltest llsbiug rods in tho world. They last longer and the work manship Is far auperlor even to thoae produced by tho best Lngllab makers. N. Y. l-.vt-nfng Sun. A Herman scientist has discovered that trees, the trunks of which are cov ered twlth moss or lichen, are the niuat tiauio to ugutning strokes. Be Sure It you hare Vade up your mind to buy Hood's Sanaparllla do not be Induced to taXo any other. Hood's BariaparllU Is a peculiar cMdieine, possessing, by virtue of Ha peculiar ewmbt nation, proportion, and prrparaUorj, wraUvo power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example It worthy Imltatlotit telle Mr expejience below i To Get " la one stare where I went to buy Flood's IsrsspertUa the slerk tried to Induce me buy their own Instead ol Hood's; he told me thelr's would last longer; that I might take It on tea days' trial; that If I did not lire It I need not pay anything, etc. But be eoukt not prevail on ms to chance, I told him I knew what Hood's Sarssnarilla was. I had taken It, waa aaUsfled with it, and did not want any ether. Hood's irhea I began taking Hood's aorta partita I waa feeling real miserable, sugaring a grest deal with dyspepsia, and ao weak that at times I eould hardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, like a person In con smnpUoa. Hood's SartaparHla did ms se mueh good that I wonder at myself some" aadmyfrtemuifrriiieatlyaneakof It.'' Has. Six A. Gorr, a Terrace street. Sarsaparilla SoMiiyalldnifalsts. gl; six for SI. rratarseeorr hy C I. HOOD a 00, AseUHcerUe, Lamu. Haas. I0O Doses One Dollar WHEN YOU GO TO LOCJI3VILLE Have Your ln4's;rapli Made at WYBRANT'S New Studio. No. 327 V. Walnut St. (Over Msvaiiley's Theatre,) I.OLISVII.I.K, - - KY. NCTUtS C4FIU AM Ull HI. MACIC CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! Thousands of dollars Forth of chickens arc destroyed by Cholera every year. It is more fatal to them than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a liquid remedy that fosilmfy destroys the Microbe ' has been made. Half of the young chickens are killed by Microbes before they are fryers. A jo-cent bottle is enough for ioo chickens. It 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 wiil refund your money. rDSHahT SM W W"m ui'a'l ftOt-Isl. hil flrUlUriars fcfcrtiuslrtl, SSil laiiSlnedsrios ( ltKM.pl I at etteh lawalltf. ls. t SlMrtS. JI7 lis" " wrnat I, a, si r-e ran snake ttm esf Wlbtlus'. AllyohivHouta mUln-Or ik.. Ua auull end of is ule tWfM, Tea Isilswiaf m tni sW isswts 1 M r4,i ts CJbswEtswnsva-- ti.Nlltkr Hftle-fll palrt rsfHsbsilk If ! r"J. elsillbta lit IrlsV as laws- i -s-y t.. r.rry. 111 ! ? f 7nik. fr-iH t ls,s)IOlal at Ira. I. frvii. the Ha.l.s. Ith. ;t'SI"fle - D'Ker wrtlr at wat. r pay all npreaa) : harf tS. eWM,ti.IAU.ttn tUl'aS fUKflait, Mil. FINE SHOWCASES. aTaf-Ailr far palaln. TERRY M'F'Q CONAaHViLLg.TcNN. FOR MEN ONLY! (aAisrtraiunu pAnHOO.ni Osaaral aad H EMTOUi D&BiXlTf . WtKassaaof d)r ss M nd, Zfj.tt of Krrsrsar IxMsasais 6 i rtrTauns. hallv H..iarA. lias. .(.. .Tk SifWswISr WKal, tS.TXO-KL UHtJlVSa rM tsitt itOD Abed-.!! reJlUff HOIK THtaTMl .T-aiteSU I- . f (Nllly ITNI W IIUM assl rrlfa feNUMt, Write IksrsB, tVMria4l lstk.MkJutlltata SXSaih Mali (sitsl aVetv 1111 ill saaMsataaaansM Castorla Is Tr. Ssml Pitcher's old, hannl.es and ejnlrlt ears) for Infanta' end Children's Complaints. Superior to Caatwj" OU, rrgorio or Kureotlo Syrups. Children cry for Caetorjq. Mil lions oif Mothers blcs" Castoria, " Caatnrla cures Polle, Constipation t 8ur Htonuuth, IHarrlMfa, Kroctauon t Oive. healthy sleep t alao alils d!gUoa Without Darootk! elupafaouoa. Tea CaTma Com-iKV, 77 Hurray St., KewTork. tvvvvvvvivvvvvvrmVaVx.mmTOxm.vi 4ATUA miKIl, Usuaiter. PLANTERS WAREHOUSE. The Nat Gailher Co., Proprietors. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ECoplrirus-vlll - - ZZ-y. Liberal Allowances on Tobacco la Store. fSrKour Moiillia freustoraffe to ilaiaera. . Caldwell & Handle, MANtrACTiRmu or GALVANIZEO IRON, CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS, ' asm, ia nnrara oa:it: wx i mm. -AND PEALCaS IM- rinware, Glassware. Queensware, Cudery and Izmpt ITlatht St. Hopklaavllle. Sy. BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Writ fur Vutnbtymm sttl full infmrmnH. was. The greatest improvement In Corsets during the past twenty years is the use of Coraline in the place of hom or whalebone. It is used in all of Dr. Warner's Corsets and in no ethers. The advantages of Coraline over hom or whalebone are that it does not become set like whalebone, and it is more flaxj-, ble and more durable. Dr. Warner's Coraline. Corsets arc nude in twenty-four differ ent styles, fitting every variety of figures thin, medium, stout, long waists and short waists, Sold everywhere, WARNER BROS., Mfrs, New York and Chicago. CAUTION , Deeelee Hheee nlre. an ever W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMIN. Vine rlf nud I.necel Waterimtef flrsile. The excitiB(w and wparlnf quatttlmof thta ahna cannot bo Ix-ttor nli.nvii tlinn hy lit. i irfinrr si.tinrk lUslIltatuC IU lbOUUUll4 Uf roOSlOAt i VWlTS. ft, IH.I OO fSonnlne llnmlfirwri, no rWant and O stvlUb tire 10 lIHHU-j Well. A fine calf bboe Ivlu mill durability. uiwqiiallfd for ttvlu nv.tl tlurablllty. $.S0 (ailyter Weil Is tbe taudard dress tQ,M) PollVcin in'a Hhnv In wiypclallr adapted 9 ( milrt;itl iitii, riiriMi'rs, tr. AH niadtj lo CiiKrtM, rull'iit utt TJiee. ' $3 & $2 SHOES lds, hare bMn most faTnrntilr rrcflvit! alnre Inimdiwrtl a: id tlte ntrrnl Imiinivnicnt niaito ILl-oi suirt'rtor to any shoes suit I n( tlicaw urtctva. Auk your Iail('r. nnd If lie cannot supply rod Mtid direct to factory riirl'Mliitf adrertlsed lric, or DCattal for ordrr lilnnka. W. 1. DOUUIsAa, Brocktva, Mkus BUSH SHOE CO., No. 13 South Slain St., (Board Block ) HOPKINSMLLE, - KY, McGEHEE BROS. PEMBROKE - KENTUCKY To enre Blllouinees, Sick ITeadftche, Cotutl patlD, At al aria, Liver Complaint, tako tho tftle nnd certain remcdr, SMITH'S BitE BEADS Fae (lie NW IIXNIio (40llttle Tlennatottia bult(c). 'J'HKY AHK TIIH HOST CONrKHlSXT 0vittulrlo o nil A.a;tBas. Pries of aithor nine, arte, per Bottlw, lHOT(IHRiVUBf PANKL BI7. . fMitiHira ur fisuarsL l.r.tMlTHASO.MabMisr-mf.Kbs.AKa. 'tT.LOUII el 9. TF?S PAPER i ftrn onmehi FhlladelBhln Mr rnu rntTuixir aui tlilruT Airrni'- of Hisssk. Ma our auiWiStMa anaisla. errfaj BtviitTtta arvrwrv Whaf is : ' M I recommend Caatoris for children's eoniplaluu, a. aueerlur tcny irMciTiUua kuowu to me." It A. Ascusa. M. p.. Ill ko. Oafsrd tL, Brooklyn. H.T. I A al Ks W K.vr. Ssleamaa. SjtB Bfr bW a) afv W ssssai assva eaavav sj Sf Looisville, New Orleans an n Texas Railway. VISSHJim VALLYT EOTJTI THE rOPUlAR LINE IlKTWKKN MEM PUTS, , uur.KxvirxE, V1CKSHUKO, IJATON HOrOR 5iidNICV ORLKANS, TRATKItSINO A afAUNIPICENT AIHi EVEN eKTl-BtCSVl tX)lXTRY. ih.nnlutt'c a lit -h rmu of simmI mh.I Usurtite tbecHUhtrl ami seltftt t4 i-va ttf'l. rillman ButTot sSKM-pin Cnr Liiie bcHvoou Now UrlMitift, ii-ktiurK, M ftniiliis, LiiuiMvillo uml Ciu t'iiinati without chnngo ll'tHM 7:V iit t:t i -i . t! K it ft l.k. Vfw Orlrana At ... Ti& am atl4ltfA am Vlsk.i.mif Is rrriivitle Mriii,hls 1'i.hi 'alt I, nlsville 1 liia-lnatl u:jii mi I.r . 4'.U e II ;i pwi it tl: .i mitt nirrhae llrlffHavl 1 1. itii allj lite Uitu .urt9tue IIIIUI tu tiir HlIII lr K,.rTimi-nt's it,, filler, anl Price ol Mi kMN VI Kas i: II. M Al llT..Ia.. i.cen'i Trtx. I'Hsa'r Aift., McmiihU. Teav 1 II IIM.KU-. K, IV. HOW. A'l Oun. ISnWr )Tt. Pasa'r Aft. el. M . MnAiu. vrm- I'rw'i NH.i i eon 'I UKH'sir, Uenphle, Teae HUMPHREYS1 l'-i Hvaiiit'rtiwae-eissjktBtlOcmlly mi4 Tlrfse ."pscir.i cum vlisViut daijiin, par. tag nr nMluclni tha J Msmji. aim srv Ti fmrt snd drwIUtcaeveralsai rewealleeefthe M erlaU Cryletf ('ll3, i ir TrHiisic af ii,ru.'ia. 1'inrrarst, itf ( iinurain tir Jidulu ... , Wsnaierf. fitH ulnar. lillLma f.Jl timrrs .nq Taeaha. CoM. Tir. .twalttt.. iflarhsisu VnfulLiaa Naarnlalat. fo. llnsiisirks. Hi aiaia TtTi-ihsrhii rsi sa. Xtm rai ara Btt-kHMdatilr. Vartajo.! yap0aalsi, Ulllmu tttotiisra r4 or Palnfal farlesle.. a Uao fruf iiax rcrbafia. . . . . Creeps rvHixn, I'lflirtilt lirMthlnf. . ..i njt Kb nans, a-rr -'liarlaji, truptluM..'j SPECIFICS Kevr aud A cur, CM its. I'llea. II "ilea ni in ti ur iiimiuiir ipsinnissy, v swnw,isr nvrmar. w.jrm , Niarra, luflUKnca. Odd lu ihit Mryuj , .VbooelnsT 'oas. Viotem 4;iuBa. Lathnta ipvrrJ Itraihltia; (or If lahara:aH lmialml llcartni irrarilU. Kulsrufd ) ilkiids, HwHIIhc .saets-ail lievhl 111 W . PhtT Icll Wnkunas Ifroesr.stid BVasntr I4rmtiis llraeays ami rVettitr Hevmfcitia . ..v rsfsloltnris, Hlrluata fruui Hiding .Ai Kidney llaaaa ,& Marvaua itrbllltf Ncmlnal Wrmk lirDiiuy rtc Invnliuiiary I) aih rauhar,. Wrnkitftaa, Prrlnda. will anns, r inrtu utary lJ iscliarfva. . isrit HI? i I riNHrv PalNfuf IHstraara ri)i Heart. PslNUHoul.i knllrpny, HutaIH, M. Vitus' Iiuiira. . nil Vol tlifiria ' iraraiMi iwsrf inrotn. ,,i nlcreifFatlaa A fcntj.tlons ,j I'farti lu.id tr rmsslsis. or aVhtnnatpald on reoflpl of I. rl-hly Irntind In rln iusv iit. iitiiniuii mtxvAi iMt(r riUM I'HHKYH' VKTKKIHAKV HPKriMCH ' lined brnll avranraaf florae nttd VU Vie. A Comiillinraiiir np or lr. Nuiiidinys . fwlrmrr MauuhJ tauu ati,) on trtwtniuiit a&4 pare of Domifitlc AnhuitlK-Mors, Caitln, Hhor-p, jiirirs ana aruui'rj mjtit inxj. UuaVtUsUlr UudcuaOrx. U Fultou bU H.Y. This Trade Mark la on TUB Best Watcmroof . Coat In thewoHel, PRETRIAL 1 PACKAGE f PROF.HARRIS' PASTIllES WE F0RTHI CURE Of VITALLY WCAKI. Maaaaabriae ...Mlii0..iOs ta t'a .",,JVf. mufi rr' ""i itralaar fHi-rt aaltl sL an KHUIm mil ,11. ,fP,r , (.,, hnl.lt-wnlr.fl f thf IAKH),..UI.r IKI V Is VOl Sllasd l B. Hark af vlM. vlfur, and strrnthllb tnuml traM WE SAY CURE r " "'y; " Ifeaisni snd eurvrl Is jast tweh u rears, art a y "1'lrnrsi of our fallh Is Prof. Harris TRIAL "rrlihMar.irtRl iHN(l, 1 m. IHK """ai ssiert, j-sim mt old, auSerlnf frns, this lssA mm iU.i .,.wr auedlelss Is tlfrtt s mhim sura. 1-MWC4 Is New VorJ isfler It n .1 Ut, Ut.L m srT XtumSVm l-aWL1 .''"'"l-l tUllsfmiMmk t Mfg. Chemlate, WBKERIAH BTBEKT, HEW YORK, ri:mww i RADAM'3 ! KILLER. lb fohi htm:j of fii'lp OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REM EDY RECENTLY DISCOVERED." CURES WITHOUT FAIL CATA'aBM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, MAY riVta, BRONCHITIS. RHtUMATIIM. ovsfipsn, canccs, scaor. ULA, DIASETIt, aaiOHT S DISEASL MALSRIAL FEVER, DITHERI AND CHILIS. la ahcirt all tunna of Organta ami Kasetlens Dlassaea . The Cures .ffocle.1 by tills Hoillrlna sr. la many esse. MIRACLES! euM only la Jus eontalolns One tlallon. rrlrf T7ipe IMtnr a small tnvealtuenl wlten Ilcttltu and life eaa be obtuhir.1. 'History of the Slicrobe Killur " Frr CALL ON OR ADDRKSS tUOKNER LEA VEIL. Hopkiuavillo, Ky, Sole Agent for ChriHtian eoiinly. levin si lailsotsi UA Kl Cw sir tttit lirl TASLS FOIl TRAINS. t. a N. Ritlfoii. Tkaiks Socth 4:W ewl a. m.; 1:3; u1 1:11 n. Tha aim NRTR-e:Uii. m.;t:1tittii lrta i. v ill AntrmiiiiMlalluii arrUea al :IT . ut, W. W , Aleaandvr, Aieul. llik.iiavUle, ky Mlel train (dullr exrei ftitiUr) leave lkrlnt-rttn at 1 1. m , arrive al 1'rtUt-f I'M alune- tlun at n-un. Ml.et tratn (rlaltr erp,t Snmlur., Irart l-riHcfbin elunrilMU al CM ft. artUi PHih-ehan at 11:1 a m. lltaiu- fruw rrlns-oUsii Juuciton lo 1'ilnee- Uhi, W uillee. far L?ulBvilie. CbfapaYo k Ohio Icute, in. I.e. Hi In" lie, L. A a. pu Arr Nortsmttll.'. " lu:j a. in. I,?, N.mYiiif, C. O ,T:i; i. m.; 7:17 a. m, Arr. Uiulmvtlle. M 1 :Ja a. ol; til n, in. l.iiuiKvlliaixt at Isonlavllle fur att dnu r-aai. ami ivr um i u ainiaa ana tne !muiuut. No 7 Nn. I. I.e. llilMiiivll,a, la, A N., irW f m.;i:Ua. an. Arr. SirtMtrtl loriii,. tu.; Il:l7a.ai. tv N.tn.mf Ule, C. oHl;a ut ; i.-top. mi. Arr. I'itd ura h. xjo m.; i:hJp.Hi. Arr. KiiM'hi, III. Ten. It. It iU:u a. m.; 1;&u,m. Arr It I e A t. It. U It n a m. Arr. M w puis. U:.A a tn.; 1:11 e. ts. I.v. llcmlil, tit.; :.i, t) rr. Vlrk-lmrjr. It w a. m ; l:V.p. m, Arr. Habsu Kitiiav a m ;:! a, m. Arr, NfwOrlrnna, :l&a. m ;Mi.iu, No f hi I'ulltiian RurTrt Mi tidnK t ars lu 'l'kliitv and New Oilcan lihntt rlianut-, enitueru fur all (ndttu In Tckaa, Ait'atNand I Milfnmla. Nn I ha I 4tiiilnHallMi I'ailt.r Ue lltiiiir i iMlrw, ami rlr i hsj i ais Ut si rni itl 1. 'uT Or r It V.-;.al NUtli ilivft, U U Alain etui Vli-jclnia a rtHi, OiM'ii i. ii iftifi. stmpti, J , m o p. m niotif v niiirs u a. iu io 1 p m. ..Hlvrrv, Suii-las-i u. at HO IT Hk UN' KM'Kr'-hHOl'HI K, Vvrntli Hl, near Mailuostu e a. iu tut p. at. U. W. riUlas Aneal. , TKLUiUAPII orritic. Wtrn ly,un-t'p at air eNiriHii Main ftml Sluh otttMiU. lira. UftlwIMl ami Alias J'arft up. erntora. . O. V. TIME TABLE. aJAti-ajAa Take effect Nttrciuber 10th, Um TftAIKe IIH-TH, Nn I I.v. Rvnnavtllv tismn ArllrmleiwiM Hnllitiil Art;H-1t"U h;tVHas Ar U.sirtaiiBHit 11:2 a in Ar lh?kavvn II:wt t m ArNturgrla !;! i W Ar Uatuni ltkifi m Arriiticetun S.Uitui TftalNft miftTB. Vrt. 1 I.v PHnrelrOfi- 6:la m Ar U arii m . Jm a iu r hlurarla , T:41 ft w Arlrhoven , :t a it. Ar MorffaHdelil :Ki a m Art itr). v ;U n hi Ar HriitlcraHsn ..... ..... . lu:3u a m Ar Ktfttuvllle ll;ttnm 3: ui. m i:it i in s:U i m t :Jj m :iit t. I .w ttt UJJ Tnilna leave M.ii-vaniiahl fur Latotit,iaa at st:o n. m. ami :ia o bh. Train learn l'nlisnUvra for IturiraHllalrl al "-Trains I, S. 8, anil 4 "Inlly excoitt Sir Train ItTRvtntr ( IiIi'msco at ll:ll u. m. irrirri in Kvanivlllew:wn. in., uialahiti ilkrari rimnro ttoit In ('nlou Ovihtt witli Oltiti Vulti-v irnlii No, let :. m. arrtilur at llrtnUmtwau Hi:), at., I'l-turettMi ;IS li. nt.. i'a.lin-fi -ju as tt.. mil at airiiiitliUflua) a. nt., sftiue nlatlit. Train Nn tHi C tl Jt H. VV Irnvlnr Mfin phis at :!aa m ftiiislugnl lalurah at IJ:4i a tn,, i-ntKfton at i:ui . iu., iimkinK iluvi-t raraiiii-tloa nUlt iHilo Vallvy limn M .ar riving at HtiMlfii.u alii: l i. iuH wlieit illnn t juuiHH-ttuii la iiintlv In tut!. hi W1 nttli K A V. M.trntn at i. in , lor Vuimiiv, Tntti llanto. liKllniiaiaolls. UliictHliMtl. St lmla. nnd Chlt'jiKii. liy tu tn eri'HiijM'iiitMit the liavt-huK ptiMltiare aiTonU-il lie iiilfkeil autl niont 'Ik reel nmtr lo nuu iiftiued vtthw w.w ii kiir n n, A K narrH' Ueuernl flupt- l. 1' A f. A, Louisville and Memphis WIVU PULLMAN Bufftt Slaoplng Care raiiH asd vi lOUItVILLF, MEMPHIS. VICKSBURO, BV TON R0U0C, AND NfW ORLEANS, via MCMPMIS. TDK QI1CK AND...DifrlWLE ,RClITI' to Ann rnnM ew Yerk, PMlatiiphlft, Itfiltlnwre, Wnsliintttiiru Noriolk, itl.l Point tjomfori. lllcliiitoii'f, HutTHlo, (;Hvetmil. Title. It n rtiliitfo, ll)laiia-ja. -CliiclniiHll, Umlsvillo. BAST K UN ANU NOI1THKA91 KUN POINTS and J , Uamnhls Vl..s,-r...s Ii,... uiKinna, Moiiiic. i.itile Koc k,- M..t Hprinra SSM-. 1"IH. Ill I .11 1 tuayH"', l ltHIVS ArhniiaHH, Mlfalsa,p( Jxitilatiinn, ftnit TilK -MUTI1 AND BOUTIIWhT Tin Hne In tlHirnurhh' miiiliiiMtii ami in fii. rlaM imhhIUIoii, am iiniviiltw an oxtwllcnt ar- niiitft-iiMMit In 1 1 in ei nml llniniirli i-mcl a rra.T UMfi la Hie time ftinl nonveiilent'e aocnn-il hy tbr a 1 1 rn i.it.Mn. vtr pa niuni n VIDE trtweun lmlMvllli ami hi nl.i. ....m... host ami iiilr,kei wi vltm Itetutwe the twucltlua mr oiiurun. Kor loweat Uaiea. Tlmn Tnlilm .,! -n liwllnfonnntlon niplr to bcu.N Aii hidk k.a gent, Norton v e, ov .- otr at rw 11.1 Hoh 4 J. ,1.1 Wit. Ii rm i. r;" ;. nh SJ lu, warru in svurlrl. rffc1 WaiiauladhKr. I, hiifitiria; at lea. S ll IfHSlllV I S t'IKIOH m. I'.mlirr Minr ota iMsable liUXiflBisiisjfhulil 1 Tri olfis. TkH tsnilr,ii tvHI Ii. ar . All I ! vaurk SPS.1 .(! lo-iaew Mlral we mii.I ruS l IheH who rail your friends t'.il nrl eHh-.rs and ihosy alisl yet -On i almrs mutn Is alal. tra.t ru h hU(. hMi tor; rata wkm omv Hand), nd thai m t ivpald. Wa puf all ft p. pas, ftrlflil, tl Aflrt T..u km. v all. If tuu vriald Ilk ts n la work tat si. worn ns mis rrnisi t40 ( f)tlO par wnk and a p wards Addrvii, KUuaaa . Ca Uos !, foriUm!, Maiae. - mmm "s.Triiss':;! L. & n, ii,7!!. . -, tnjt iiiicat . . :hrough Tunk - Line lailacei, tliecltleaol JInolaaatl. Loxlngton, LouIbtIUi Evansvilh. St. Louli, Ahil tlKM'llleant '.lanhrllle, Komphlo, liontgomor7. jioBue, ana ut crisini, . WITHOUT CIIANUE! AND SrtfRU t'NRIVALEP, sect iss'tra 'iron Prom St. Lonnt, Evatmille and ili'iuiorson to thb " . SOUTHEAST & SOUTH Through Coaches V . From ulwve cities to "Nash, ville and Chattanooga, tnukiiift dirot't con , tion with PULLMAN PALACE OAKS For Atlanta, Satennah, Macon, Jackson. Tillo and rolnts ju Florida. Connections are mitdo nt Oulhrie and 'ulivi"e for all oi'its North. Eatt, South and West, - Iu Minimi l'tilaw Cam. EMIGRANTS osK-itt thin rrowl will nvtiiw MH-ial low rntt. StNv nptiU of Him ti)iiiuiiijr dr ratm, routiei tVo.t or writ to C. 1'. ATMoiiit, O. r.T. A. Iyouiaville, Ky ARKANSAS, TEXAS AXD California Short Line, VIA ' Memphli asd tin) Rcyilt Uallroad, Tho tircnt Through Car liotite. Tw Twins Pally to tvrkansu Vlthott t Chanm. Only 0n Cbasr ts Tixti aal . Callftrcls. Eiftraiit rnrW (linfr Tare itriflll Hly TrHJiii. ftnesty-tm, mil,-. .Nirt.T r.n.l msav emirs Jliil,-h,-rui all h,1hi In 'iVaiM, slu.ltieswl tall, ulnta lli.tn m, .Mli. rh.ul,.. A,, ,1.1 a ino-mlU Mia nil. IkrmiaSl MemH ati.l rinhh.i hour, lu, mer l,v u,e tra.n aaU lk Imjui. I,ji Uiw ,rflM.-r, by .akliia .be Popular Thphjlai' Route MempSts anJ Little 'JTock, Atisiiliilelr the onlr line that yl mt yttaj Ihn.iiyb Wllhi.i.l ili Ur ..t I r-i iinfrr. NO KXTRA CH.tROK FX )R SEATS IN THHUl'GH 1V)ACH. . Tht farrMhateftir1trla rharaw In rfw.li' afu r t,c ( .....f,,,, 4,( .iv iatf thw riiHlgranl mimI . toil Um I'n sI lavrs si" tv i.lloni-l l.i bti lii II.- I limuaM r..w a awl rnifl Ihcia. No oilier n-nln offi-rs. u.-h Inlui-vnifn a. It WMiiet u ftir Hint, him, pfitlftt, v u tum-t, liatliiittoiifst'iil4 H.c rti li ami hranlihil h-sioi-ai,. rtilf UmU .4 Arkana. ami laiaa. lt.iMvf..rr I w..lr alil ai u . mimI v. iisutU. KnmiiiM tltsy r.uoU jr , allar mlth ll:r .,.aru Ui aylvaiiinm B, .n.u VMIIlMKUS. I.ftmllr tM 'hs.s UWItllfC. Ita. or n ut a fann. r lake utt UuveranMMi Laa1 Jert..railii from farne- can. iv 4 eiKtare tle virem ni i KaNsas. l.iafka ami tli- N-Hiltas strm Uiir. Ju ttlltlL Of ll-lllt l.thK IIMMItllSiaf !., MKtW Bt i.imr uln.Ja li rt-ltMiiie .-r nnrhunnv aamtsl our irotl.llmlwisaillnmi Im lli-li ttatlrsa im. isl tll-M.KHHHI(N,rfr, MKW h rr."ltMi,ie (or narhunny Mmtsl iiwij-l inmi dii tlitsir tiwlese iranst e auoi'i-miitifsiie, aKtmta mhu rite rii Koo.ol ilte S..rtl,wcl. Im a.4 iH A rLaiisaa nai Teaaa aaii rltoWltiajilt'a tf'lwjttnll Im' V,.IIMIieU llltlfetl vtf rtie tn mr lr full Infiirmattrti you Mait. IkM.K awl raii-m, fitu 1 vlll.aenel U. A. W ILL! AHA. "Soutlinru VaKm-iiKtr" Ajnui. NassliviileJeui Ciias E. Hrsrw rsHWMi.r Ant, Mnmphit Tenu , O. tt 1LUKER, If, T. F. A., .UtUsltak, Arlt. RruoLrn Fink. Oh. ilunritffr, Little ilotk, Ark. SOUTH MEMPHIS TENN. AND Illinois Central Raiload. lii ?oji!ar isl hltml kli I1KTWKVN MemphlsA New Orloans, La en.lni tfrilmrnf! t ; MiiffcHlrt'iil CoarltrHtf " i'liliiiiftM Utiifi-t Rleeftrsl Train alsvaraon time. ltty,n VIA THIS ItlH'TK 01 MMMB The Shortest Route, , MEMPHIS TO ' No w.Orleans. Oftlt rmnrliariyivnf nnrafnr TftekH.nvl, lift. Ami Hint at New Oi li'tms in OnyliKitl Koiiml trlii llrki-U me on sule tu all luijxir.' Ui)iiokiiiN ivioiinir vu ilemiiliK leuo.. ana Hit- Illinois (. i noiint. It. M ,,aaf-lln stuti tlmt jimr; Tlrkcln reatl ow IMiu..i 4nii:ii it. it., mill thus setrnre the ben. uiit ol Thruugli Hlce3iuin. , ., , Krr tiny fnrtluT Information, oomnaiinleftla ' vvltli noiirMt UnllroHiJ AueiiteUi . II IIANKIIN. ,, ... A.J. KNAFl. liunl. Ina. Aftrnt, ' AmI U. P. A. i;Iiiohmo,JII. .(, UewjiUle,Ta. Cotton Belt Route, St ; Louis, Arkansas and Texas Uy. ,:-. ' l TllgONLV MNK TO . Arkansas and Texas. .Two Daily Trains ' No ClmiiKti of Cars to PINE BLUFF, TEXAIiKAN'A, FT. ,VUKTH,COJiSfCANA, TYLEK, -, Or Inteniiodiot l'oiuta, f. , Avnliliticr . lt,f. nn.l ...'..w,-!.!- r, ...... iwof;iwui,JS - omnibus trnuafor at Meiuphis. ELEGANT DAY COACHES, Pullman BUFFET SLEEPERS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS S. U.WlKKKH, H. W. MllSSISOU, S. U. ruwiiirnr Afft. tJiuiaisI Aauut, . . IlKMl'lllfl, TK.NN. ... 1) Ml I, I. It II, " B.C. I.tHRATlHR, Urn '1'ratllo Men. tivn. 1'saa. Ast. W. 11. UOIliltllnR,Ornsral Maoa.er, ' ,,.-. . St.Luula,Hu. .