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Junius C DEHTlST, ' Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOFK1NSV1LLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell DSJSTIQT, HOrKIXSVILLJI, - - OFBBATIkfl A iFBOTALTT, OlSct Of er M. Frnasl'. Sons. KY W. T7. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKJNSVILLE, KY. una wert sMs of Court Squirt. JAMES A. YOUNG. M. HomcBOpithic Physician HOPKINSVILLE, KY. nun,r. Main and 9tb Sts. Tele phone connections house & office. Andrew Searzent, M. D.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY., nls-. iv.r Cltv Bank. Hfsldssrs rt Slain. Talantaoii. connection.. M-lyr , . ,,. a, i. C. Ksscss, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, hire and Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopkinsville, - - Kentucky, Office: South side Court Square. Road Carts! on wheels: TeT.rurtfyw,per Buggies! lyDon't buy before getting our pnona and catalogues. THE 0Z3. W. 8T0C2ELL CO., am tb.1, ilrr. ABTIU.B,TBK McRAE & McGOY. Menalacturaraof Birdwood lumber, White Oil, Red Cik, WALNUT, ETC. At Host BeMonatte Bitei. KELLY, - - KENTUCKY. SHERWOOD -:-H0USE (Under New Management.! T. C. BRIDWELL, PROP'H, 1 .rge Sample Roomi. HeSrtem Call BU. RATES . - - $2 par Dsv. Special rate by Uia weak. omer Itt Locnit treat. Evansville,Iiid. FIRST NATIONAL BARBER SHOT, GRAY & YOUNG, Prop. K.K1NTII ST., NEAR MAIN. S'xtTlng 10c, Shampooing 25c, Hair Cutting 25c. Nothing but flrit'Clim work ami All don, U th. litMt faiMun. flKtllf AUtlOU gUAI ADlMd. i-ii-ir TO ADVERTISERS A Hit of 1,000 newipapertdlvliled IntofUate and bectloue will be Nat on appllcailua- To thoaf wh want their advertising to pat we ean offer no better medium fnrlhoroug Ii ana affective work than lb various Mellon ul our ctUtcal l,let. um), p. Rowrr r ni ( N aw alienor ilrtlitti Hurajn, 10 bpruca iti-eel. New Verk P.C.SUTPH1N, M. D llae vrmeiiMT located In .toiiklnitlUe, and euecnuuy on era in. nnwpinnii wvrnw "f the people of fhe ttr and iii-rmiiidrFiv'"1111 lrr. In thenperlal Mrdlral and euralnil treat fnuiitm iiBtn or ma r.rp. Lir arm i m-inti. OFFICE' lJ trout room oTeraioneii w store, aiam Mien, Ilonrn 7 to IS a.m.: ltop.to If You Navo C0NSUMPTI0HICOUGH ail COLD BRONCHITIS Throat Affictka SCROFULA I Wasting of Fliib Or amy rrWe (A Thrt mnd Lunav aww infimmtmd, Lck tf ttmtgth t Ar sTewcr, pmm eaM raitewaal n4 CurW ey SCOTT'S EilULSEOrc PURE COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphltes. -PALATABLE AS MILK. dk sr BrU'& JEnWatfota, mnd tmt e frfoMlfe r mUitutlm 4mImm yets muwft auaeHrMfSa Sold by nil Druggists. COTT A COWNC.Cheml.t., N.Y. 5 TO $1(1 A PUT ST Agents Wanted! Ciaceuaa Fatm ' 1. 0OS OrvMsW SafMj Itola Holde-rt SjlvenawayiaiiitroiliKwUmB. Br hnrM owner hai from I to S. Ubm nr anrtvi boibm' (m, nt-rul n crata hi Umtai m t-ott Bitd packina frir Mckal Hilt ft.rnDltlh.l .ll.fr.rei cia - UrtxiWr SCg. t. UdUj, Mick. 1 vV00DWOXK.?JyfiY fffrlMIlfS I a-ltVllLit U ifil? 1LV I2SS3 T.toun.Mo. ijiimf.'r.yra oai.iAs.TtK 0. E. WEST & CO., AgenU, Hopkinsville,- ' . Ky. - - wBHwsai wnwrawiwa) 'ar-Aak tor caUloftis. TERRY M'PO COs-NashviulTinm. I if 1 J" FKlDAYi ' DECEMBERS lil, ISA RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL Eipht women attend pd LhjB sIhooTol T.aw of ltf.sum University lust year, Row and better quart urn arc now in preparation fur thorn. Physical education has boon bus ponded in tho Now York public schools this year from lack of an appropriation Docessary for tho purpose. Tho Baptist missionaries In Japan appeal to their co-rollplotiists in this country for an Immediate re-enforco- mont of twontrthroo men. Every wish that the Holy Ghost breathes into tho soul of a believer is voice which en'ors into tho ear of God. Wo o up lit to ro to Cod with our matter as altofrether His. C'hapmnn. Chicago has a new Cnthclio institu tion for the education or young pirl with the special object lo train and fit them for bouse-wivus. It U railed tin Josephlnum and will be under the man sjjeinont of tho Order of Christian Love. Morntnjj Star. Nonrnessof life to tho Saviour will necessarily involve proatnefw of love U llim. As nearness lo tho sun increase tempornturo of the various ptunets, so near and Intimate communion with Jesus raises tho heat of the soul's affec tions toward Him. Spurrroon. The Kusstsn liOTornment has order- txrthat all medical and pharmaceutical studonts shall ho henceforth accustomed to the decimal system of weights anil measures, with the view to making this system tho only legal ono for prescrip tions to be wrlllon in aftor tho lapse of fl ve years. Heading mar make a full man. writ ing a correct man. conversation a ready man. but it takes prayer to make a pi ous man. Jfy prayer wo do not mean the mere counting of beads, or reading of prayer-books, or mechanical repeti tion of any of the forms of dovotion. but the earnest expression to God of the sin cere desires of the soul. We do not re ally pray till we ask for something that we honestly want. .Nashville Christian Advocate. There is much Ignorance about tho Armenians. A fow facts may be inter esting. About a, 0 JO. ODO Armenians live in Armenia. The rest are scatter ed over the East Tuore are altogether shout 4,000.000. In many things they resemble the Greek Church. Mager, The Servant of Jesus ChrUt, by the Grace of God," Is the "Catholicos of all the Armenians and Patriarch of tho Holy Convent of Etchmladzln in Rus sian territory, near Mt Ararat" There are four other patriarchs in the Armen ian Church the patriarchs of Constanti nople, Jerusalem, Sis and Aklltamer. The last two are only bishops, with the honorary title of patriarch. Tho billy agitation of recent years to banish the dead languages from col leges and universities only shows that many people have no idoa of the proper use of such Institutions, which is not to force all young mon into one popular groovo of study, but to develop individual talent Men who have thrilled and profited the world by their proficiency n one department of know lodge would perhaps have totally failed to accom plish anything in other departments. An Audubon might have made a sorry chemist and Agassis an indifferent lexi cographer. One Anthon or Tlschendorf excelling in the culture of tho dead lan guages is better for the world than a hundred indifferent mathematicians, uotonists or astronomers. N. Y. Herald. WIT AND WISDOM. Worry is a bleacher vrho is forevor making your hair white. Texas til ft ings. Love never has to be watchod to see that it does a full day's work. Uam's Horn. A man may be honest and not virtu ous; when he is so he leans upon his honesty as an atonoment for his imper fections. Constant application to pleasure takes away from the enjoyment or, rather, turns it Into the nature of a very burdonsome and laborious business. 'Drop that!" yelled the bar-keeper to a free-lunch fiend. "Why?" asked the beat as he lot the sandwich fall. "Sponges have been taken off the free list" N. Y. Sun. Exasperated Judge, whose patience has been sorely tried both by tho plain tiff and defeudant: "My chief regret is that I can't decide against both sldos.H Texas Siftings. If people could have their way as easily as somo folks throw cold water on erery thing praiseworthy, it wouldn't be long until overy rogue in the coun try would be in Con gross. Ram's Horn. "You haven't put a change pocket in this coat, biil p." "I know it, sir. I thought very likely if you had no pocket you might send your change to me, and that would reduce your account Har per's Itaznr. Mrs. Winks The paper says a cold wave has developed in Montana, and is expected hero within a week. Mr. Winks Well, send word to tho plumber that our pipes have burnt and then he and the cold wavo will got hero about the samo time. Good News. In general ho only Is great who, in his works, whether practical or theo retical, seeks not his own interest hut prosecutes an objective purpone. That he does not seek to advance his own In terest, this makes him under nllclrcum SlMiiuea, KfOitU Scliojwiilnninr. Give us. oh, give us tho man who Bingt at bis viorkl lie his occupation what it may, he is equal to any of those who follow the same pursuit in silent sullcnncss. He will do more in the samo time; ho will do it better; he will perse vere longer. Carlyle. "Johnny, asked Mr. Mene, "what Is the addross of the Weekly Jlunner? ' I don't know sir, said Johnny. "Well, run 6vor to Mr. lirown's and borrow a copy of this wook's paper, and we'll soon -find out I wsnt to write a note to the editor. And ho signed himself Old (Subscriber. Yankee HI ado. , Possibly it may be unpatriotic, but there is many an American citizen who chuckles softly lo himself at the news that tho seals are being rapidly exterml nated. They have caused him years of domestic warfare, and he will he in no hurry to take up arms against Great Hritain in their dofenso. Indianapolis journal. Ignorance and Innocence are often wrongly deemed synonymous. Tho In nocence which results only from ignor ance is no virtue, Tho purity of the child is that of tho mountuin lake, which has never soon any thing to re fluot but the brightness of sunny skies. and the whiteness of snowy peaks. The I purity of manhood is like that of the ' ocean, which in spite of Inovituule eon- tact with sullying Influences, by virtue of Its own inheront constituents, and by ever laying open Its heart to heavenly ago nolo, maintains Its uoulihfulnuat and purity. Good Houlth Bucklen t Arnica Salve. The Beat Salvo in the world for Cute, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Tetter. Chinuerl Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no par reauired. It is ruar- auteed to (rive perfect satisfaction, or moner refunded. Price 25 oenta rmr box. For sale by H. B. Garner. feoMB ItijUN IfeaiCi ray a Keiliki txUbt.sk Wm Vf Mm ' l.tftod by VIM CMeti A liotUor from Ohojonno river, in tbo recently-opened btoUX reservation, ro utes the fallowing interesting account of carflp life of the Government troops now there, and how trouble between the settlers and Indians was averted: The troops were sent to the reserva tion for the purpose of guarding the settler, against any feared or fancied outbreak of Indians on the Sioux rer vatloiu There are now about three hundred and fifty soldiers encamped on the Cheyenne river. The usual routine of tbelr lives is made less monotonous by daily visits from about four hundred Indians who are encamped in their vi cinity. The redskins get around at re veille and keep the soldiors busy watch ing them to see thst they do not steal a tent, hone, cooking store, one of the officers or some other little thing until retreat is sounded at night In spito of all vigilanoe, however, a great many articles of more or less value disappear every day. The Indians appear friendly and fear of an outbreak has almost subsided. When the troops first arrived on the ground there was much reason for ap prehension, and indeed one officer ask ing for two companies of infantry, inti mated thst he would at onco march on an Indian village, destroy it and thus open the ball. At this time the vounff bucks wore snxlous for battle and had it not been for the wiser counsel of the older warriors would doubtless have pre cipitated one. An old fellow, howevor, when the war council was held built two bills of ssnd. One was small, the other much larger. Pointing to the little one the old Indian said: "Like Injun:" to the big one, "Like white man. Injn got no show sgalnst, white man." This seemed to settle it The ardor of the young bloods, eagor for scalps, was dampened, peace was detorniinod upon and the council broke up. At present a band of two hundred In' dlana are camped on the llelle Kourche rlvor. They are on tho reservation and apparently moan no mlscblof. When they first struck csmp thoro they visit), od the various settlors and offered to trade any and every thing they hsd. even to their wives and pnpooses, for ssddlo ponies. Tho settlers wisely re fused to trade and therefore have not suffored from a raid, for one was doubt less intondod and would have been at tempted if the redskins bad succeeded in securing tho saddle ponloa, f, V, Herald. HOW THE PRINCE DIED. Eugenie' Sob TV a Khot In the Back by Zala Savage I have recently had a very Interesting interview with an English gentleman who was present In Ztiltiland at the time of the death of the Prince Im perial, and who knew the young gentle man well, besides bo lug personally ac quainted with all tho dotal Is of tho catastrophe. Ho was not much impress, ed by the character and manners of tho ill-fated Prince himsolr, describing him to me as a very full-fledged specimen of the most obnoxious typo of a fast young Purisian society man. Itesides which, ho was possessed with an overwhelming idea of his own Importance, and insisted aln nys on taking the command of evory expedition In which he was included. The fatal fray in which tho unfor tunate youth lost his lifeowed its' wfaolQ success for the Zulus to the fact of thq Princo's party being taken by surprise. Everybody ran away on the sudden at tack of the savages, and it was owing to a broken girth that the Prince failed to mako his escape with the others. There were only five Zulus concerned in the attack, and thoy all belonged to one family a father, his threo sons and his son-in-law. They stripped the body of their victim, leaving nothing behind but a gold lockot suspended around his nock, and which tho Zulus thought con tained a charm. My Informant told me that for blm, the most trying part of tho wholo busi ness was the intcrviow which the Em press Eugonle insisted upon having with blm after he returned from Eng land. She asked the most minute ques tions about tho Prince u death, being es pccinllr anxious to know if tho fatal wounds wore not dealt blm in front Hut unfortunately, thoy woro all In his back. Then she wanted to lie told that ho had died fighting for Englard, and the Englishman was com polled to assuro her that such was not tho caw. "lltit, at least Mr. X., you can aay It was,' was the unhappy mother's suggestion. It did not occur to hor, poor lady, that an English gentleman has a natural ob jection to telling lies on any subject whatever.-Paris Lctlor, . BnEAD FROM WOOD. Tlie Itemarkf.Me Iolb1IItjr for Which Hclence l Striving;. Science has already enabled man to extract fiery beverages and many other things of more or loss value from wood. and it is proposed to go a stop fiirthor and produco btoad from wood. In an address recently delivered at Heidel berg, Germany, by no Ibhs eminent author than Victor Meyer, it is i noiinced "that wo may rea onably hope Unit chemistry will teach us to make tho Alter of wood tho source of human food. What an enormous stork of food, then. would le found if this becomes po4Uo In the wood of our forests, or even In gras and straw. The fiber of the wood consists essen tially of rollulln. Can this 1k mndo into starch? Starch has essentially tho samo peruenta?e composition, but It varies very much in Its properties and tho nature of its molecule is probably much more complex. Cellulln Is of little or no dietlo val.io, nnd is not al terod like starch In boiling water. It really glvos glucose when treated with strong sulphuric acid, as W essentially shown when cotton wool, which Is prac tically pur cellulln, Is mo rely immersed in it Starch gives the samo product when rolled with weak acid.. Tho author further quotes tho re searches of Hollriegel, which go to show beyond dlaputo that certain plants transform atmosphorlo nitrogen into al bumen, an J that this process can be im proved by suitable treatment The pro duction, thoro foro, of starch from cellu lln, together with the enforced Increase of itlhumon in plants, would, ho adds, in reality signify the abolition of tho bread questlcn. Milling Ilecord. Tho old jail at York, Me., ono of tho conspicuous attractions to aummer vis- I iter, is believed to Ik) the oldest struc ture of Its kind In America, it is said ; to havo been bni:t in tho sixteen hun dreds und ntumU to-day practically un changed, with its mnsriive oaken doors, creukin hlmjoj and locks and mill-saw g rati ogi. i CHAMBERLAIN'S E ye and Skin Ointment. A certain euro for Chronic; Sore Even, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Old Chronic Soros. Fever Soree. Eczema. Itch. Prairie Scratches. Sore Nipples and Filos. It in cooling and sootninir. Hundreds of cones have been cured br it after all other treat- nient had failed. 25 and 50 cent boxes (or sale br Buckuor Leavoll. t$U8rilf.OAi.U( . Ooad-lifM U a blut t-IKIIh . Theptirtyef Arabs inipDrted' ftif tha' French: Exhibition recently suffered a sad bereaveiiiunU in the corral kt the' back of the great arena wore discovered one evening two camels standing, their hesd close togtuher, shivering with fear, and occasionally tittering short ,igli-llke criua. An A rub cams forward out of thedsrk neiui, tcanTrullhig down hlsdark cheeks, and told the sad vtory of the terrible ac cident lo his peL He walked to tha middle of the yard and allowed a deep hole almut a foot and a half square a hole which hod formerly held the rub bing poit for the buffalooa, 'I he Arab pointed to It; then, wring ing his hands, explained that the poor ereatoro had stepped into it in the dark, turned completely over, and had broken 1 1 lc;. Then ho led the way to where tho unfortunate creature stood on three leg, uttering piercing and agonising moans and bidding tip the brukea limb, which dandled helplessly below the knee joint The camel, after some difficulty for tho auiuul was rendered most vicious from pain. anJ "continually anapped at any one who touched it was induced lo lie down upon its aide. It was found that the left foreleg was broken in two places just below the knee, and that all the surgical skill In the world would be futile to savo the camcL Still tha Arab prayed with tearful eyee and broken volco for some thing to give his not re lief. Hut a surgeon arrived, and In a very short time had given his dictum that tho only rollaf possible was death. When the news was conveyed to tho Arabs one burlod his face in the thick hair about the camel's shoulder and moaned oat bis lost good-byes to the animal, while the other, with his arm around the poor beast's nook, spoke soothingly to It, in his native language. as he might hsve done to a ohlld. The scene wit ssd and grim in a darkness broken only by the glimmering lamp lights, which occasionally showed the other two camels huddled together in a corner, shivering and moaning though they understood the tragedy going on close by, tbelr moans acoentu usUid by the roars of the dying beast a short distance away. Presently one of the Arabs arose and brought from the living quarters one of those terrible, sharp, dafger-like swords which his eountrymon know so ir.'l bow to use. Then, kneeling ovor the be loved animal, be and his friend seemed to utter a short prayr. Next, tho sword gleamed through the darkness, and was drawn with deadly swiftness across the throat of tho siidoring boost The clos ing scc no may bo ooncelved, When in the desert a camel breaks its leg not aa uncommon thing it is al ways killed at once, but the Arabs hod heard so much as to the skill of English doctors they hsd thought it best to at tempt a trial st recovery, The desd camel was the oldoat of the three with the troupo, and was olght years old. l'arls letter. THE GOLDSMITH'S ART. Novelties In J.w.lrr lUemtlr h.il.MS by Au.rteaa Crmflimw. Appropriate decorations for the cases of calendar watchos are flowora repre senting the four seasons of the year.. Miver nngroe covers on a set of tab- lot, representing a lady's fan form s pretty departure from the conventional patterns. Silver gods and goddesses sporting among flowers and ferns of gilt consti tute the ornamentation of aglove box of recent production. A great demsiid hss been experienced this season for miniature enameled flag, of tiie various yschting clubs mouuted as scarf pi na , Two,diamoned'9haped opals surround od ly a row of alternate rubles and dia monds, and connected by a bar of sap phi res and diamond's is a valuable) laoo pin recently seen. rA three cornered bonbon box with tbo cover eichod to represent an Irish harp Is a novel ty in amall silverware. A ring that will fit any finger is seen In sovoral Now York jewelry stores. This is a valuable trinket for a young mnn of uncertain mind. Exceedingly unique and attroctlve'is a gold match box representing a potato; The oyo of the vegetable are set. with diamonds and rubios. llicyelist, of the fair sex are alfocting a tie pin which represents in silver a small cupld astride a gold spoked wheel. Four moonstone balls ornament the edge of tho wheel. Jewelers' (Veekly. Itoef Tea and Ltoblg' K tract. Dr. J. II. Kollogg being asked aa to the nutritive value of Llobig's extract of Iwef, replied as follows: Lie big's ex tract of hoof may be usod as a peptogen or relish, hut it must be remembered that thoro is no food in It "It must be classed with tea, coffee and alcohol and must not be regarded as a true food sub stance, are Dr. Lie big's own words In regard to it when first sent out Yet a great many people are being starved to death upon It Tho same Is true of beef tea In a little leu dogree. There Is a small amount of nourishment in beef tea. Years ago. Dr. Austin Flinfeealled at tention to the fact that the chemical analysis of beef tea was almost tdeatloal with that of the excrement from the kid neys. Dr, Claude Kernard made an inter- outing experiment to test the possible nourishing properties of beef teat lie feed two dogs upon beef tea and two upon water and those fed upon v a u r iivnl the lnngnt It woub htmn naturally for all there is of beef tea la a stimulant Had Heea tha Mlcae, You say you know I waa going to fall?" Inquired the merchant o," replied tho sheriff, as he took tho koyt of tin -store Into hts posses ion. 'l said I had a presentiment you would fall. I have aeon signs of it fcr iomo timo." "What wore they? "The signs you have had painted on fence boards." Why, they were my advertise ment:,?" Yes, cheerfully assented the sher iff, tucking a notice of sale on the front ioor. "That was tho way you adver tised. Chicago Irlbuni. Tho Springfield Rpubtiean has this paragraph: "Wbutovwr varloty ofselfiab uess clings to humun naturo tho horse ar conductor is suro to havo the oppor tunity of sampling It, sooner or later. Ono- of them on the Wet Springfield lino asked a oorUtln clergy maa, tha othor day, lr his Urfe-sliod boy was lovon years old, whoroiipon the dominie waxed wrothy, a d aftor handing out a tocond ticket proceeded to read the eon- Juctor a lecture on the wicked noss of asking such questions, because thoy must of necessity tou.pt people to Ho." A j'a.1 HlriL ' " V "Now, sir. asked tho prosecuting at torney, looking at htm sternly, ''were jron evur in prison1 Yes, sir. I havo boon. answofod the witness in a low tone. Ah, I thought so, sir. You are a pretty follow. Jail bird! How lung ano has it boon? 1 t It was during tho war. I sorved six months in Andersonvllle and Libby whllo you were up- North here writing magazine articles en how to end the con (I let," ant wo rod the wltnoss in the same low. meek tone. Munsey'a Wonklv. uy A- ll A G s t eocutirnt'eiwi and KM a local till raw, and lb refer H cannot bo cured hf local arbitration. It requires a ennatltutkmal remedy IT lioor HanaparflU, which, wer'aUnj tnrmtpii Cte Uood. enullcatss Dig tMpurtty which causes aud promotes th dtaae, and effect a ennaiuuit ecrc, Taeuaaads of iteojC tcattfy to the success et lleed's BanaparllU as a remedy for catarrh wueu oilwr tireparstlana had failed. Uood'a &wa;atUla alo imtkls tj Ui whole arstesa, and makes you feel renewed iu healta and strength. N. B. If you decide to try TIoods &usa IttartlU. do not be ludueed to buy aay ether. HoodVSarsaparilia SMSkyarwotan. $U tfxrorSV Tiepm ".if I M tr Snuortru. l ilx for f V rr.iiwntfp.rf wrCL UUUU a CO, Aplhmmtit. tmll. Mim. I k; U. I. UUOI) Ji CO., AlbMuM, Low.ll.Uua, 100 D0003 One Dollar I 100 Decoa Cno Dollar HUIYIPHREVS1 Pa. Heiirain-amncx arseliiiHSoaJtraad aJnsa. I InarlBra sMtrs. a kltnil sirulH wm or ravlurtng thm torn, a tut are la rst a.vi aarr or raaMxr.it. aa. Fevara, OonrMMcav tn(Urajaatlna DtUrajaaUvna . ,3S Worm c4m. Mil a oriBfaa-s.'il b tar AdH ,...'23 Crrtaa-all, plarrhaa, of tieararv,QH t ha.ara Marl jf urn r fc, wot ur 1 i-iwiiaf rr, OHplac SUlo: i.aiaarae isr ha.fra MarsatH VunUtma.. Caaahe, OtJsVtL ran.tiu.. .aaraia aim, Tw)aausctM,racsMa . la4ok, SWk Uwtao PraMaaia,, BIUom luwi 4t,pBrasi1 er PalaTal tVtl lata, too l-Vixfuava M-Lr a4r7hst, SWk Um Uoti. .aiiago.' svck . rarlada.. Vrm ii, CVmra. lUflloalt uattbtac Haxli Kbaaaxi, an liakUt, Sm pifaa. K aaaiaatliat. Ra.irsiaUs faiaa. ... SPECIFICS Fmrud A..., I'.Uw, ajoaii. dO Pll.c Sll.Sur SImSui, 3. O.Sil.lMr,.v Sovmor KhI KrM.ao r.tFrkriBS...HkCoM 1. im 11m. .13 W....I.. C.a.b, Vot.MCo.CM. .ao i.tbna, OpiM nrmlhln. ... AA .r niMh.r., iBpslrwi H.ulaff .5. H.r.f.1., Knlu-gwd uUn.thSw.lhuf .SA U.a.r.l 11.1.1111,, Fby M.IWmAmwi.30 llr.,.r..Md Bcaat iNWhii) .A. kldi.illlu.l. , .I.r.... ll.bllllr atUicJ VMk MM. ' I.TulU.tfT kitnat,....!... )m!li,i, 14 C'lasry i .ik,...., W.Mta. M. .50 i'.i.r.i r.ri lU.a... .r oil k.ll.,.F, SUUI rilil..rl.. i Chr..l. '... IM...... .1 ui. II. ai im. si. Vitus' Ii.mw i.aa rt.PDll.UcMil .DA 'lner.1 Sn llir.t. AS ...II... . SrujiUoi. ,4. Salil bf Dnfibu, or wMtpoMpcUd O. vw9.tr, ef irk. !.. Iil-.r.UT.' lli.LAU OH rwu rlchlr boand tn ctuth .1,4 aold. fr. II rkr.il' ...lrt..( ..lrnli.,i, nt i 7. UUUrHRSYS vitkjunaut npsi.-irirs.-lM.br all .w..r..r ll.r..... ( .1- .1, V.urlnjvT M.nu W IMirr.1 o. UwftlaOT.t and A uomullmmiurT eo.v 01 nr. nunii.rr. Him aad Poultrr Saal rrwi. a. niaauc ..up. w noma, iiut. " - . irw soo. a ralua at. k. Y. The greatest improvement in Conets during the put twenty . years is the use of Coraiine in the place of horn or whalebone. It is used in all of Dr. Warner's Corsets and in no othtrt. The advantages of Cordine 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 Coraiine Corsets are made in twenty-four differ ent styles, fitting every variety of figures thin, medium, stout, long waists and short waists. Sold everywhere. WIENER BEOS., Itou, New York and Chicago. Throwing q Switch b tooth woK la torn- weather, and th witch. mm cannot be too wJI protected If b wiihia te rrucr' hii haaltb. Every railroad min'i lit la U el harilabip and eipotar. The only farawnt (hit will Mir protact the man whoM bntine call liim eat lo tormy weather fl tht ' Fiah Ilrina Sltckct. live 7 ar lioht, bat Wrong U iroa, hand. Bikda t1mtiemiti toed tot year of ttrrica. They sr worth lea time their coat, and will nrl yu atany a aicknest. No other article of clothing will tUud tbo wear and tear. Rubber b Cr.il, wiu rip. tear, and let la Um wet. Tlwrefore get the Hfht aort of toat. Tb " tab Onmd Slicker " ie lb enW eae lor your pnrpaai. llewara of worth leva imitation., every firm at ttamped wtlb the Fiib Brand'' Trad. Mark. Don't secant any Inferior coal whea yna can have tha " FmIi Brand Stickc " delivarad without (stra cost. Particulafa and sllMraLd eaialogoe free. A. J. TOWKR, - Boston, Mass. ,oiin:ercial College ZWhWWW Ohtaptsl J fiftjf 8uame$8 Cofoge in th World. lllahret lltaar t Mesial svr all nbr Col Ww. a VWrliT. Ktp.IM, f-r H-n.n ..f K.wk-keplnaT - It-M-rnl Hixs'nr-H l it rf Im 10,01 U UrB4ltatr tn l.lnca lli'IMi(,nlBNnNHfttly. 1 S Trm.-hrr'fNiploy l. t isat f Kll IlM.ln. u CsurM-, It. lu1in T nit km, flit iS1 "flU" Skart-llaiid, Tyraa-Wrtt isat T.I- ir-uprly 'l- 'aJtJr. Nt Vhu, ii'f i rail at atxec-fitl, Tnt ottv f. fv-tmlfiit .n't Hi-al'ti r.1 lrr1.ra arfares. Wilbur H.Wmli'.. ltlnaUin, Kf Dr. W. P. Lawrence, Physician & Surgeon, CLAKKSVILLE, TENN., Iloi ass. DISEASES Of THE EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT .AND CHRONIC DIS EASES A SPECIALTY M I used Ilood'J eannnarllla for catarrh, nnd tvcelvml creutrrlW and benefit from It The calami was very aia;rrecable, causing comtaut illjrh:irso from my nose, rlnsinn mltcxluinyctUM, juxl palm in the bark of iny Iwatl. V lio t iTovt to clci-j1 my head hi tho leorninrj by ;awkh:;uiit siilitln was pain ful. Iluol' KarsaiurilU cuve mo relief lnv nwalotciy. wliUo l.i time I was entirely cured. I tttlult Hooti'H Bii retail! la li worth lu weight ... u'll " - u- tiittu, 10UO tlith sm2t, N.Ti., Wash burton, 1). C. Hood's fiarparlllalias helped lao more forentarrh and Impure blood tlianauythtui else 1 over used." A. Uall, Hyraciue, N. V. erTl lrlWWtlf Tn ourtj BiiuMunaaa, otua Kvauacho, CwuaU-' patlon, ilalarl, Liver Complaint, take the safe and carta la remedy, :T3 r the RXAM. Hint (ll'tle Hf-nn to the ba-''v). I lltr AUS TIIK BOr t'tJTEiltT. utl.ihtr tor a 11 Akvr. Frtce wf either ia,e, use. prr Mottle. KISSISafS33H:IffSSrS j.r.SHiis a co.s."siuirwj. it. ioi us. AlTTER'ffj MAGIC CHICKEN Cholera Cure! I Thousands of dollars worth of chirkens s.-c destroyed liy (?holori every yc-r. It is more fatal to them - than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a liquid remedy ' that fnsilivflt destroys the Mirrolics has been made. Half of the )o;irg chickens sre killed by MicroUs before they arc fryers. A 50 ccr.t bottle is enough lor 100 chiikcr.s. It is guaranteed, if, after using two-thirds of a bottle you arc not satisfied with it ai a cure for Chol era, return ii to ihe druggist from whom you purchased it, and hf will refund your money. For Sain by E. Ii. 1133 A RD, La laetto, Ky. iiTHATFIBHl Tho OrlrInal Wins. C F. Sim mo a 1. Su Louie, Prop't M. A. Siumoni j Jver Ueiinne, iW in the U. U. Court oariAia J. 11. Zeiiin, Prr'r A. Q. Simnnut L.w. f ltegulatot,i:t'd br ZeilmitjcV M. A. S. L. U. has f. .m -.. I CBre A tNntOXBTIO!f, lIlLtOia.'iia.ji. lrrKFIA,MCK lUtiAriH,l.fi: T ArrariT, Soca Stomaci., IItc. IttV. T 11. Kiimi. Haal.ir VI K Charch, Adame, Teem., writes: " luuok a anouiu na liccn dead but lor your Genuine M. A. Siai morn Liter MeJiciae. I omc'.imee had to euhatituta "Zeilin'i atuif " for voar cine, but It don't answer ta purpow.' Pr.J. n.Gravea, Editor TTu Bafitt. alrmrkhla .Tstan. I received a nackdar nf wnur .ii. . Medicine, and havr UMtl half of it. 1 It workalik a chRrnu Ivim no I btUft Liver fterulatar and err, I taial so mure of 2cilia' auxiiue. wu&jjr fji. r ""re.! - r p ice wilyT 'V1 LI w-.r."-Hi-XratS WJ- rML I "iii.-msi-.iw.Mf, jf.' r' -L fc ' -ab.. "iiu hw. mtm v.ni w-V-'i J tl' X..' i . i.k, Mrs rf 1 rit ie -at N.iatifsa s)ln- Th' b. s t4t"lMin.a II r f Ik' .!. mpi. Tha ftUswrtaf tut ftvaa ik -,.araoaf'i A tm Im.1 II. Ilfll.. . (MrlnriuHU. II '.. rrw .drf(.M,II.IULlJf' ".t-U,,! . WHEN YOU GO TO LOJI3VILLE Have Your Photograph 1! arte at WYBRAMT'S New Studio. No. 327 W. Walnut St. (Over Msrauluy't Tliusti.,) iUMVILLB, - . KY. PICTL'SU C)?!l) 1I Ml m Tyr LOBT rFTt IPO KA HTT00.i A J-Q.ral ud II titVOUS VV. L.TT, Jj vValfHtaaef Dady and'.'lnrl i-tTK-U ll sfwlli ttNlarssl. U- i.tbfsr.. l trsclbrtMllI,;ib.tfc,j)r'i0fllt(ii1li r.l.T.Of UJl ., jut.ir aafaniaf Hiin K TnaiTIll I -..(, la a Uf. lAsllrj hs (0 RlaiM a4 r.rvlf a I'MalriM. ITril llvsstw irtlltt Ink, ripJa.sll a 4 prsMf. sUJ (sl4i (rwa. awia, rnauiOAi. cg,a laUI-FALO, M. V. TOPAPp at the Nnwai.sii.rtr i UUT tUUIlMWHI asi-'Bias O LE BEARS WW Till! m nitti. rvw, t. J. if. aai'jjid. Tkii&$ oi'rt.l!l3 andtioo a, m.;h37aul THkiK Nosru-9:n0n. m.;?:?:. nr,.lt!?s p. en, Nstivji A-iiiTiiltHiuiliiii urrlm-. hi h: p. m, W, . Aluxamlvr, Aict'tit, II iibiiintt,iii. Uy. MUi'l train (ilillv e.rnpt mclny) Icav I'rliit vtiMi all i. iu , aiilte ai I'l'lmuHui. Juou- klta.'l ttrtln Mallr eiept HhihUj,) Ifare I'liiKtiMii Jiiiu'tl tii t IM a. ui., arrive . IVtiHVUm at 11:16 a. ir. DltUlinMroiU I'lluctiwtiD Juiiutlunto I'llOfia. UU, ti uitlt For L:u!ovl!l. Clwsapei' CM; Eoato, So. l.v. H'pklnavll1e, L. N., : m. Air Nttrtulivillf, " lUliia. in. Nnits.nvilie.f. O ,7:2. p. m.; a. m. An. Isniiintllle, " l:;ii'. m. ).. , tuuuf.-li...iaat NmiMlllet'ir all Hut aad lui (lie Virginia stri'l iMHilieai. l.v. H.M.ktiidTHe, I.. NM lo. p .; w . m. Arr. N'uumriile, 1" W. '.; Il:a. a.m. l.v N.ru.inllle, U. A 0.,-:a i ; l: p. . Ait. I'atim-aii. s:us hi.; j" ;! m . Arr. t-'ult-n, lll.tn. K. It. i'J..:na. in.; V Arr IflvB1, M. A U. U. It li:un , Air. M.mi.i.ii, 3: -' i "i.; I:ls. m I. v. Mfinphla, PM' m.;:wa m Arr. V IrkMlMirK, W.-'MS. m ; - t- Air. Hitoti li.ttitre ' : ," AT, Nt'W rlt-Kitrt, V;f.N.nt iUKSia.iu. N T lta- I'lilhnan ItnfTi-t MfrpiiiK I ar t Vlil-bmir ami New tlrlean wlllmi.t rliaiitfe ctmiiii-ta f.. all iwiMa In T 'ld. Ai lon. in l t illf.triila. No J Miiiniill.m rtlurlt rlhtti K h; Ira, aii'tM.p iiin i ata t MfnM.h'. iif-T irrflt K Kal MiilltMivet, bei, Uain anei v iiifitii ifie, Uim'U Is. i li-tu-ia, atiimp, T a. m tori p. m. " mtmey iili'ii tt . tu tn I p hi. " tit llifiv, iin t". in- Snl'TII KHN' KM'KK' lr H K. Srvrntli mi., near Ma.u, p-u a. u U p. m. II. VV . Albb, AjJUhU TLI.btiUAI'll UKrK . We,trrn t'nlnn SI tth aire-uU. Mra et amia. Lamile and ailMl'atkup O. V. TIME TABLE, TakeaefTet tNuvetiiliei-IOtb, IMS TlilM SUl'TH. No 1 Mo. I. l.v. F.vanavlll t:;k-a m 9:wim Ai-llenilrn-ua hefcam S:u i n Ai-rorvilon Ii ,;am l;W" Ar M..r:nfirla ll:Uant ;W p m r I Ko.ru I "? M ArMuiiria IJ.H'p n . Ar M-iit.Mt I .u p is Arl'rtiiwiWB t;3piu rauss aoSTS. No. 4. 4:10 p ta -" p e:I p m 1:11 pa I :i pm i :4 p n s Vi p m S:l p at Lv Prlnrrtoa ... Ar kUits-n r Mitrm Ar lKsivisn Ar Morgan (Icld.. Ai t tr titn At I Is-in lrr m .. ir htauavllle . . :Wa -a . 7 .1' a ia , l i-l I ill . ,uua n Train leave Xlorgang rid for Lalouiowa sl Iialna leave t'otontowq fr aloruflelJ SI W W Hri:r-t4a, A t Hnri; icueialsuil' O. I A T-A mm Louisville and Memphis WIT. PULL1I AIT Bnfftt Sleeping Cut rsriM . Kb to LOUiiviLir. tEon i. vieVsausa. is TON BOUOE. AID NCW OilkCANS, .ia MIMPrtlS. 10E Q ICK AND I) 'IM5LE CCIT! vii asp raiiH New Yrk, rhllltHhln. luillmire. WAhliitfUii, Nirlk. iH-l I'niut (.uiufort, UIi-IiummkI, IiiiT:iI, I 'lt-srhiinl, iolr'to, I )ili'iiCii, lii-Ustni.H,llw, Clticluiinlt, lllllnltltv. KASTtUN ASH NOUTllr.ATKItN POINT AND MrirmnU, Vlrk-tmrff. II n ton Itonirr. New Uilfana. Il.ittllr, Little lt. W. II. 4 Hprlng aii't Hiinu in ii ri i iMint-b-er, is, a a, ArkMimais Vtitalasttppt, LMilsiaiia, and lilt Hit'TII AMI Mt'l lllVrT The line U llKt-oiitlilr e'iiiliiM-i aim! In II ret el as nmdiiknit, iiki piuvim. ei4-sliint er titiili-iil In hmr mit tttliMluli rata, A ff. Ut la tin- Itmr ant I'lMivmN'm f n-uix Hi I hnl;rl K..ir- ikIiis OLV A NIUHF' I0 l-rtw ifii Ijtul.illlf rU Mfinnin. an.l ll ie?M att'l titckct M'iiitik'li-ii Hie twucillr evir ni tt. Kor I.we-t Itatea, Tim Table, aid all da Blivu initit'iiiMtiMii ajipit ti liiu. jiiatiKi iah, i, Kt'1-. .xiruinviilt . Oi V. U l'Uuti ,letri )' AeeiiL, LOtlaVII.U.kr Louisviile. h Orleans AXI Texas Hatlw-vy KI3SISSIPP VAX.LZT B07I: THE POPULAR 'Lim BKTWLKN- MEMrnis, UKEK.VILLKf VICKSHL'liG, BATON KOIT.K ami NEW UULKANS, TRATEASINO A MAGNIFICENT ftlld VDt PICTCBESf E COUNTS!. Tits RQriI'MKXT ami ptivr.lrl ron-lltloi Hit. line are HixI-cIum ti nverf pir-tt i lei-iiilttlM a hltfh rnie uf nHsii antj t-iaurlii lueouiuiuii aim aari-tv ( i. wif Pullman BiiiTof. Slt-ophiff Cur Line uoiwecu ow urlwaus, VitikHlmr; Moinpliift. Louiflvillo and Cin cinnati without eh an go 4:fflpm....I,v 7:'iT pin ... " Jrl pin ... IsKtifrt.... 11:00 pm ... TMoain..,, Ar. 1:14 inn. .. " New Orleans Unlitn Koiiku i ic lien lcLnhiii(( UiL'f nvtllti M i i ii phi e l'illlral L iiibivllle Cincinnati Ar T:t am : i am II -M am IliiMiiKl Ji:. pm e :iii pm H:w aiu ll:ii pm J 100 dm T:&Apir. t:Miu.. . nn rr ha as llrtttsilB ia LI nr. it tueninhnllrMllv tlm U...I Ait,.ti.A sauubc ill Hisj ouuifl Mi-ua rnrTlrnenlilAL Unn r.iM.i-. n p-ia.ai iim K. H. M AtlllV, .IB., , rn, IT I'ssa'r Agt., Memphle, Tsar P. R. Itoi.r.KM, A, T . 111 i uVi" u '-eB.Paaa'r Aft. VlM-1'roa't andUen'i Man'gr. aiemphl, Tana, '' It I ahw wkat waa.rrrl y.g ia that. H h ratly'r In 'alaslil. Inula fwau, ie th tbat n irm. atwr ytiasolt. B.Ida f.rytf( wkrn ana. ilarf.4, ne f hi "' 'rom la tOO per wuk anil et.wr. Asldrvf., ( llui SIS). li tlurU, JUatitta. & "A'4rviV ' limi cti.t.inlii. ..V of U, .lialmt Plant,, V tcf,. Sulk. i: Small Fruits. SraM Vlnu, Shrul,. anil Trre. lb milll.itlnn, will b. millH FREE In III AkIiUMi. NCW PLSNTS.b.ltoualltv,.f ...... . a,u," 'wl brlUM. SitUlaotloll tioninlr.l. AilrlrwH HUlt 4 NEUNER, wiimtl xv. mmmm IV , IV jttfi M'li..p.f Wirva.usthMwr, j.'WTi!i&MSf ,.k, II III i l i nTbisS i ii hi ii I i i Tbita um v..n Lrl l Hi H. -THIS UliClt-a Through Trunk Line Uilwrei. Hi. cltli.i. ur Ilas.nna'.i, loslaytcn, LaolavlUt nl Ui. rlclv. uf -TasJiTiila, Hamj,ijt, Untjjnjry ' Motih, and iJew Crbani, 'WITHOUT CIIAMIK! AMD SI HSU CNH1VALED, zzx aits cuiz::: im froin St. LouiH, Evansvilla aud ircmi.'isou to thb dOirrnsAai Tarou'li ril'Trpvf Coaciios From alxivo cities to Nash. viU anil Chfillauootra, making' ilinx't cau tion with PULLMiH fAlAVZOtiia For ttiauU'. Kaianfr!."" .S.c a Jiii'f.wn. Villi Rsl l'.lll- iu Fiorida. Connactinns are made at Gtitbri. aad Nailivi"o ur all ioMita Nt.nhj.r.' ouib nn ' Iu Tulbian I'alai-o Cars. it. EMIGRANT SivLinir lonie. u tha lina of (his road will nxvive Si-ittl low'rstM. .V itK"l,i" f' tins iMiuiinuy lor raUa, rout .a ,Vi'., ir writ) lo C. 1". AriioacO.r. AT. A. liiiiKvill., Ky . ARKANSAS, TEXAS AND California Snrt Lin 3, VIA Ue-nTJh! tnd T lttls RrV railroad, TU. Urvat Throuirb Car .touts. Tto Triiis ViUj to Arksosti wlthoat a Ccaat. Cnly Oct . Crunf a to Txas rnd C!JfcrnJ. Elesant IV.ritr l lialr ( ar on all ii!)' Tn-.lni. . Seventv-tWd mile atxitter M mnaj hnarf liit.'Lei' lt all tlrt- !i 'ikn, MvkU-o and Call 11-nla Mian m? nirirr rs.i.ie, AvisM a tm.-'nilli1 tiua n-ie IhmttrN Uerapblt nil i(tln'it lnMir- Iny ifr l v tiala aad ill hisuia uf Ui ittliei, Uf Uktuf u Popular' Ihrniili!ap Rents werr.phis aid Littb Tcck. AImjHv the only line thil will mt jm llitiHifli vtiitiovit sleiay m tianafer. XO EXTIiA CHAKGF. !X)n SEATS IX T11KOLU11 COACH. TIiee l elnt hae P'rtera In rhirr to look ftet th t -nit. nt m l iri(ia tf ih kralf iaa mi to a that the - I'aaavf rt.oi at arl llowrtl to get iu the I'iiruugti t it, ti and rruaf llifia. Ni other imitp i.ire u. h Indureiaeal It wnuid tat. four time anJ i-atl'm e Im, murh b uii.t is, Urri il tho r. it antt bemttr) h"niM amt fprlli lana . ArLau.ae nd 'I etaa. I'lieift-st I aciiM e.ltfae .m i guand aa tor lotiibrrif. Lib in l tie ilia n.utiii y Mtugta with the -.,,-ie, latn tl,a a-tvanteent nlllid-vaniBgr-. K.nili,e the .-lH,t reililta, har oriviii a ffcMii.nr toS up tuvi-itaut Jatl an'i go to w.iia. I'ropla enngiatlng from (Sa Kaiitht eaa. am finlttia tn eiurme l Kaoata, N tiiskka ami the Nortliwi-i-i n wialti. Jul thtrt of il-ntite loiig ai'intheof Ire. enow aad hitter witi'la In en -haitge for onr unv Saathl our Wfll-ilinlhri etl Nftij i their ltelo u iritl etll.er aie nr M-rupnl'Mie agt-nta wha give flowing ilf-rMi tn.ua o the Neithweit. Ie aat Le dM-ei veil : Lit Ai kauaa aad 'liaaae1 l Vsiiir oi fi Jmlgr! V, rite to oi im full Infnnmitloa. will sa4 you ala s liwk and rirra, lira, U. A. Witf iam8. "SoutLcra la.Mtxipr' Atfuut, Naishville, Tana ClIAfl K. Heath, raiweiji.r Ap'nl, MmpliM Twn S. W.Ttt'Kxa.U, P. F. AM Lit(! Kx-k, Ari. Kl'dulph Fini, !i-n. Manaar, Little Kxk Ark. TO Till Til 4j MEMPHIS TENN. AND Illinois Central Raiload fa d Pr-fimd iciti hktvtek MeniDhis & New Orleans, La ('eoillfl taiilnaentl 1'utlinaa XSuOet Sleeper! tiala aiwaeos tits. ftrsri Uta Ha Sits? in i Tina riiit'i'y (It . . llTTiKM . v sjawwa a.wss.bsswi ii ui The Shortest Route, MEMPHIS TO New Orleans. Onlv one rlianff nfeir tar JarkaonvlllS, Tla. Ami that t Ner (Mkanii In lnyll(lit KoiinU tilp tlrteiN are on nle al all impor ant iMilnlf. leailiiic via Ueuinlil, luii ana the ItttiHilateiitmi it. K. HfVltevir that y.nir Ttrket read Aver Mlhiola i rntial It. It.- aud tbueaeuut Ui baa ediul 'i'liruugli nlcmicra.l For any further Infartnatlnn, DommunlestS Willi itfaii!sit ItailruaU Aant,ur II II a nsuK. A.J KHire. Geitl. 1'a. Attrnt, Ami 0.1. A vuuiMiio, iu. mi Dikt ina Cctton Bylt Route, St. .Louis, Arkansas and Texas Ry. TIIK ONUY 1.I31C TO Arkansas and Texas.' Two Daily Trains ritou , Ko Change of Cars to PINE WX'FF, TEXARKANA, FT. WORTH, CO RSICAN A, TYLER. Or Inteniiodiftta l'oiuts. Avoiding a lo and diKagrnosbls oinmhiis trunafor at .Moiiiplus. ELEGANT DAY COACH T-S, Pullhan BUFFET SLEEPERS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS 9. fl. tV.SUKS. 11. W. tlllRRISntf, O. E. I'SHIilll i.r Art. oeiivi-al AfUM ifeMl-HIS. TENN D Mlf.l.IR, B.C. I.snRAI'MK, Uia TiviHi lan. (inn. I'.m, Agt, V! U. DODIlllllXIK.rirniirsI Una,iiry , . HI. Lvula, Mu.