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1). M. QUARTS, JR.
QUARLES & KEATTS,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL
Main Street, opposite Hold, CADIZ, KY.
Iluve constantly on Land, n full lino of thocolobrnlod Elgin, Hampden, and
Walt ham wntchos. Solid gold nnd gold filled watch cases In both ladies
and Gent's bIzos, A choice vnrioty of tho latest noTolty In Ltico Tins,
Plain, and Set Kings, and jowolry of all kinds. Our ologant Rtock of
Standard Silverwaro, and Tablo Cultery comprises articles sullnblo for bridal
and holiday presents. Call and boo them. Plain nnd artistic engraving
neatly executed. Wo mako uo oxtra chBrgo for engraving articlos sold. Spec-1
attention givon to all kinds of repairing. Respectfully,
QTTARLES & KEATTS.
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COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS.
HOPKINSVILLE, .... KENTUCKY
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Wo iordlally Invite you to czamino
TYLES boforo placing your order.
Office over Kolley's Jiwelry Storo,
flOPKINSVILLE - KY
. M. BOLLINGER,
Attorney At Law,
Office rear Court House,
HOPKINSVILLE,- - - KY.
Special attontion givon to tho
lion of claims.
WHEN YOU .GO
Hare, Yourrho'osraph Maileat
No. 827 W. Walnut St.
L0U18VIU.K, - KY.
flCIEKN COPIED m HUE MI
Kntlrcly new and first class in all
roupccts. Excellent Samplo Rooms,
and t orvlco uncaualcd in tlio city.
On Douulo Car Line,
0. F. & I 1. Klkiiieheii, Proprloton,
ileiulcrsoii, - Ky.
Andrew Seorzeni, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN And SURGEON.
Omo oror CUr Dank. Utildtnee on North
GRAY & PAGE, PROP'S.
K. NINTH ST., NEAR MAIN.
SHAVING 10 SHAMPOOING
25 HAIR CUTTING
latcattaaliloii. NalliUcllon guaranteed.
Money Saved 'S Money Made
fiitc M to 80 ccnU on every dollar you !il
Willo (ornrtnainmoili Catalogue, n G00.ge
aanaracluicra' intcva, with inanuUcturerV
riiaMiunta.uf aveiy alnaornow tny aumjiiea
rjanufaclurcl Mill II1I1VI1U4 HIIU ," UUIWI
Btatut llciuotholil aoxl. yrnl
tare,Clotlilnic lJidlm' arnUieiila'UciUiiDg and
I'lirnUhlni liMdi. DrrO0iKl,laU and Ci P,
i't.tT!.!. .. , irraliil at 1 cents rol ci
l.rn.nBB Wo aietlioonlT concern v.lmelU at
Uiaciuivi H..u..y ;- --. .--
aamedlwuuut that llm manufaolurer Klrea u
lho.o)Mluburi' Waiuaraouo all KOtHla
ad. lloodawnHireweMprirelglit, wllhltio
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WE WILL PAY
Igjajivtyininlr tboae v.hu Mt t.tJy
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JI. D. KEATTS
SHOE GENTLEMEN. FOR
Mpfrtl aho i thnt will n rip i nMCit
-,. !. la Ms ibl,mor oorofortW",
th.tv.r oUicr .-.hoe w iold , ft b price.
icnnnm fntTM priors ootlln from lltoS, .
n.OI Hboowado. with iwp sns(7ii
tnfi rst it tti fill Bill own incut),
rrlcf, for icheUly Up, -.in only ons tola mw1
n.rrow turlp of n tin. c.jo, and when ones
olraof tha 1V 1 nonnLABS.i.oosbo
vbQoru thmnjth cn tw repair ea m minv time
DcocurT.0i thfT will nTer ripor loosen from th uppor.
Jnirbaer oj footwear detlrloK U eoono
u luponur ouwiun
of tbeaaftboea.and not bolD&atncfd
to bur cbetp welt abnet ol4 at 0UXL
tiTingfnlyfpprnei to eoromean
i(T ft" Calf, lUod
1 1 s .1 ..1 n ioi!ca and Farm
cxn 8i.7lO Calf 9M
auu OJiUii iioriuunvnii
,UV ana loouur
are of thaaani0til(li
nl whcral aaTt
d direct is Fafl.rr,
bhiv iu mh fiv
frc. V. X Uon la. ilrackioB, Man.
Livery, Feed And Sale
iiil imm ninminr i. ii.r. i j m Mm i.iyflt.
ATTENTION UlTUil i lJ UUAJWIflUUUUnAf
Car Suite aro cut and mado by the
mot modern styles, and Nvith an eye
to plcaeo tho most fastidious, and suit
tho most subdued.
our SPRING AND SUMMER
John B. Castleman. A.G.Longbftm
Barbee k Castleman,
MANAGERS OF THE
AGENTS TnnoconouT Thk NORTH
The large Bt business
in Louisville. The
largest in Kentucky.
Tne largest business
in the South,
GARNETT & MOORE.
LOCAL RETAIL MARKET REPORT.
Corrected Weekly or McKee, IliaOrocer.
nrrTia Knney, aclcct ractage JJo torn-
Units iliL'cn, good Scjclrj inlt, gnod(cdrr
flints, goo.1 Tot alieeiualni lc(itKtc,
old liena M.oo; apilngera
perilozcn. large IJ.OOjold tnrkev llo io per
lu; dreed c(eee, full (catbered, per doien,
lb Ho; Tallow
per IU JotN. O ,inolae 40c7sc.
DSHD Fil'iT Apples, brlglit lot Bfai)rted
lOcjl'eacbin, pealed loo; unpcaledse.
Corns (J ret n Uto, choice iSci ordinary 17H
uo&sieii eonseAruucais uomon
bco in fl ranul sled tjci (owdtrcd ami cubes
Cc; cut loaf rlUc, extra v. I, , 1SUV. o
rice per lb. 10c I
roTATOts Choice Michigan hulk, per bushel
IJoj.N. V.Kally Kwcll.OO.
ArrtM Selected, J.W per barrel.
r lorlda, er box, bright, M.OO.
Liaioxs Messina, fancy size, JWperboi, 3.M
S 15; Btandanl M 15,
l'aovisIoNS III t per lb. liVio lor country,
and lie for sugar cured) llreaktasl bacon, ISJi'i
lie. Choice leaf lard, per lb, ion.
" Mothiw' Friind " It a
prep.rcd Liniment, every ingredient
of recognized value and In
constant use by the medical pro.
fcsslon. These Ingredients are
in a manner hitherto unknown
WILL DO alt that Is claimed for
HAND MORE. 1'. Shortens labor,
I assent I'aln. Diminishes Danger to
Lire of Mother and Child. Book
to " Mothers" mailed I'REB,
valuable Information and
6cnpj tiprcta on rcctlfd of pries f 1-10 pr botU
BRADriEtl) RtGULRTOK CO., AUanU.tU.
HOLD lir ALL, UUUUOlSTai
TU rtasu srsuwiM r
mixvx vlUust say taunal I
tmU.s Us rsA, f cmlnlfie
on ii ,eitrn. IMtllWlUTT.
FOR 20 YEAR8
tins lot all Worm Romodles.
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
IY".se If tltMltSOg.TVUt MID. CO., ST.bCnX.
W intfiAnfm k mH nf Klfilbt4
K)af llnl wotki tt ba a;
will U ib1 to ill itpllrnU I
Jaumb Pi Dawns, ruautmii,
49 VRgxDWAriri rwnit
Tim sinount llm Lotuou Chemical
Civ pruiKwrs to nay unvono ho will
tirovo (lint any onu of the testiiuouials
coiiwrniiig thn wonderful effects of
Lpiiioh C'liilllouic, are uot genuine.
Any ouo cuu write flattering articlos
and wign fictitioiiH tianiw, but "Lemou
Clilll To n I o'' stands at tlio head as a
Blood I'urifier, gonorol touio nnd
appetizer. Lemon Cliill Touio ia as
pleasaut ns letnouado nnd as large as
tlio reirulnr dollar nia. As for Lem
on Chill Tonic and inint on uettiug
nlmtyou ask for. Takouosutxtituto
but get a bottle, and you will thank
tliin narwr for drawine vour atleutiou
to its merits. Prica 60c. For salo
ami cuaranteed bv U, C, llardwlck,
HopkiuBville, and Mason k WilU,
Now stead, Ky.
Tho Lord Lieutenant of Ireland re
ceives a salary of $100,000 a year, but
tho oxpenses oi tne post nre bo groat
that only a lich man can afford to fill
Cremation, which was tho regular
mode of disposing of tho dead among
tho ancient ltomans, nas nod a revival
in popular favor in modern Italy,
rthoro thore aro now 22 cromatories.
The Population of
Hopklnavlllo Is about 7,1)00 and we
would say at least one hair aro troub
led with some affection of tho throat
and lungs, as thoso complaints aro ac
cording to statistics, mare numerous
than others. We would idvlso all
our readers not to neglect tho opnor
tunltv to call on their druggist and
get a bottlo of Kemp's Balsam for tho
throat and lunes. Trial bottlo free,
Largo bottlo &0c. and $1. Sold by all
Tho Grand Duko Paul, of Russia is
so tall that ho is obliged to carry his
bod with him, as ho cannot find one
at any hbtel long enough to hold all
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronio dianhooa whilain tho ecrvico,
have sinco been permanently cured of
it by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Forsalo by Blake-
moro iv wood, druggists.
Juan N. Contereas, the weather
and earthquake prophet of Guanjuato,
has issuou hid warnings of another
series of bigshakes tnrougnoutaouth
A pound of coal will produce
enough coloring matter to dye 3,000
yards of cloth, and an equal amount
of coal tar will yield enough
and other drugs to kill or euro a
Tho rod iu goto is coming into fashion
again. As it is long enough to
keep a womau warm without conlT its
namo might bo changed to Reading
THE GORILLA AT HOME. .
Interesting Facte About This Animal of
tua African Jangles.
In an Interesting talk on tho gorilla
by Dr. Nassau, a missionary recently
returned from Africa, at a meeting- ot
tho t'hllaadclpma academy of science,
It was stated that the distribution of
gorillas wa3 very limited, and that they
were only known In a region of Africa
O00 miles square. TIiU region Is KOO
miles north and the same distance
south of tho equator, and 300 mtlos
eastward toward tho Interior, Where
the gorilla Is found Is tho only part of
Africa whsro then) are no lions.
Gorillas are gregarious. They aro
often seen in pairs, and several are
sometimes together. The malo Is very
brutal and solflslL and,' la order to save
tholr offspring from cruelty or death,
the females after they become mothers,
desert tho males.
The gorilla Is not carnivorous. IU
food Is wild bcrrioA, nuts and fruits.
These do not satisfy Its huuger, so It
maltcs depredations on the plantations.
Dr. Nassau described the great strength
of gorillas, their breadth of chest,
stretch ot nrm and development of
muscle. Their preferable mode of attack
Is In a half sitting posture, extending
tho foot, with which thoy can
grasp a man's leg and then crush him
In their arms and tear him with their
The women most frequently see the
gorilla. They are tho laborers and
watchers of the plantations. Often the
women are unsuccessful In their efforts
to frighten the gorillas away, when
they visit the plantations, and flee,
sometimes being pursued by the animals.
This probably gives rise to the
stories of the abduction of women by
the male gorillas stories which never
have been verified. They are more difficult
to hunt than tho elephant, antelope
or rhimpnntee, as they seek the
densest part ot the forest and tunnel
beneath the undergrowth. They have
all the alertness ot other wild animals,
and something fearfully UUe a devilish
human being. In no other animal Is
thore such a look of ferocity In tho eye.
What lbs Chclr Said.
Singers in church and elsewhere are
uot always as careful as they ought to
bo to artloulato their words distinctly.
A little girl entered the meeting house
not long ago just aa the choir was singing
"IUlleluJahl Hallelujah!" said the
singers) but the little girl, whose
thoughts were somewhat preoccupied,
we may imagine, did not catch the
woids correetly. After getting home
she startled her aunt by saying!
"I never saw such a nlco choir, Thoy
stopped right in the middle, of the
anthem and spohe to mo,"
"Why, my dear," said hor auntie,
"I didn't notice It,"
"Hut thoy did. You know I wore
my now cloak, and as soon as I carno In
the choir aaldi "Hardly knew you I
Hardly knew youl'twoor three times."
X. Y. Tribune.
Auotbsr Kind of Currant.
"I wish I waa a little fish," said Jauk.
"Pupa says the ocean Is fall of cur-
scolding, and the poor cheetah it by
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CHARLES K. WHEELER. P.N.LANDER. JERRY SIMPSON. '. W. E. STRAIGHT.
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J. B. RICHARDSON. j TOM BELL. i j JOE GRAVES. ': " ; D.KEELY."
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.'-'. J. M. STARLING. ; 'j W. E. WARFIELD. " " : j. ..J
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Suggestion tor a Summer Trip.
If you wish to take tho trip of a
lifetime, purchase the low rata excursion
tickota sold by all the principle
lines in tho United States and Cana
da via tho Northern Pacific Railroad
to Yollowstono National Paik, .Pacific
Coast and Alaska.
The trip is made with tho highest
degroo of comfort in the elegant
trains of tho Northern Pacific
Railroad, which carry dining cars
and luxurious Pullman sleeping cars
from Chicago, St Paul aud Minneapolis
to Montana and tho Pacific coast,
without change, and special Pulimau
slenpers from St. Paul and Minneapolis
to Yellowstone Park.
The scenery en route is tho most
magnificent to be found in tho seveu
states through which tho rood passes.
Beautiful mountains, mors, valloys,
akes and plains follow oocu other In
lapid succession to delight tho tour-rat,
who will also find interest iu tho
agricultural, mining, lumbering, Industrial
and other iutoreats associated
with tbo development of tho great
Tho crowulnjr glory of tho trip
through tho Northwest, houoror, Is
tho visit to Yellotvstono Park, the sect, for its work Is so stealthy and It Is
land of hot springs, geysers nnd j so easy for It to keep on with It
cauons, and to Alaska with its celred that It Is little wonder 'i
ocean channels snowcapped sterlesof wool aro past aavlng when the
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iwn.oi suitiuu .llinitm BUM k.umw I
If you wish to tnvostlgato this suggestion
further send to Charles S.
Foe, General Passonger Agent, N, P.
R. It., St. Paul, Minu., for copies of
tho handsomely illustrated
book, Yellow Stone Park and
now can materialists account for
tho fact that tbe spider has oight oy est
The spider caino into existouca bofors
women, but Its creator know that
woman was coming.
Many thousand people have found
a friend In Aunt Fanny's Health Restorer.
If you have never used this groat
spocifto for the prevailing malady of
tfie ago, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Rheumatism, Costlvouess, Nervous
Kxhaustlon, Nervous Prostration,
Sleeplessness and all diseases arising
from derangement of tho stomach,
liver aud kidneys, we would bo
pleased to give you a package of this
great ucrvo tonic frco of charge.
R. C. llardwlck.
Tho first steam fire
engine was abowu in Now York iu
I'ow to pure a Ootd,
Simply lake Otto's Cure, We
know of It astonishing cure, ami
that It will stop a cough qulckor than
any known remedy.
If you havo Atllims, Drvnchlils,
Consumption or any dlseaso of the
throat and lungs, a few doses of this
great guaranteed remedy will sur.
If vou wish to trv call at our store.
Mtat UasiIIs Ifsalaa smaiil ataaiA vaastll laA. I
Chamloriaru'a UolIc;ChoIaMdT or-bi
SAMPLE BALLOT, NOVEMBER 8, 1S92.
CARE OF1 FURNITURE.
Uaw t Prsvssl Usiuii by Sloths V7hU
Away rr ! Sammsr,
There are many ladles who really do
not enjoy going away In the summer
boeause ot the sense of the
which attaches to the belongings at
home. They seem to feel unable to
free their minds from worry lost uiotlis
and mildew ursep In and destroy aouv
of thvlr housvbold trcii.i.u
While this Is an ever-present danger,
yet much may be done to prevent serious
damage. One of the must Important
factors in the future comfort of
the household is that as little as possible
of wool material should be used In
upholstery. There are always raw-silk
tapestries or pcttlt points for ordinary
use, while silk goods are so expensive,
but that they are within reach
of most persons for' best
Upholsteries composed largely of wool
are always a source of anxiety. Do
what one will there Is no certainty that
some moth may not seleot It for a home,
and then, even though tho room may
be In constant use, some fine day my
lady may discover, to her dismay and
disgust that her beautiful furniture Is
all out to nieces bv this mischievous In
If there U danger In this direction. It
is well worth while, before leaving the
house for the summer, to Invest In a
few gallons of naphtha and give each
wool upholstered article a good shower-bath.
For this purpose, a small watering-pot
with the finest sprinkler Is
necessary. Place the article out-of-doors
In a locality where there Is a
Rtrone current of air and shower It
thoroughly with thensphtha.
One reason why people fall In cleaning
furniture Is that they are too economical
In the use of naphtha. It must
bo literally poured on to bo effective.
Standing In the breeze. It will evaporate
very quickly and will destroy antry
vestage of moths. If the articles are
to be left In the house, thoy must be
wrapped In cotton cloths old-sheets or
similar cloths are suitable aud these
may be very tightly pinned around
them. This keeps a certain amount of
the odor in tbe furniture for a long
time and renders It doably safe,
It can not batoo strongly emphasized
that no light of any kind must bo taken
In the rooms while the naphtha-cleaned
articles recently finished aro there. It
Is therefore well to itorstl.e furniture
In some) portion of (he houso which Is
not likely to be v.scd. The inflammable
nature of naphtha lapor makes it exceedingly
dangvroui when brought near
Cushions, carpets and wool draperies
may safely be cleaned In this way, aud
If Immediately wrapped and packed for
the summer wilt almost Infallibly oome
out right at the end of tho season. At
home-coming all that Is necessary Is to
throw all draperies over a lino In tha
yard, open the windows, remove tho
wrappings from the furniture and let
the brass hare a full sweep through
the rooms for a day or two. Then tha
furniture may bo removed to the parlor
with perfect safety, and thero is muoh
less hard work about this way ot man-
"flog than one would Imagine.
Tllf'iWneral Idea' senilis to $
s vietlwy ' nooin as ineyeianioV
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asslstance of some strong arras, will bo
quite sufficient to put an ordlnsry set;
ot furniture In good condition for the
"vocden shawls, blankets, indeed all
articles of wool or mohair, may be
ni,tw i.,i im nnni.i.V 'n-
,.t.i. s.m....V .m.. ...
svasvaiac stsuv sxatiasuac vni u aaifsa i mrs 1,1 iu
articles through, then wrapped In thick
cotton nnd put away, or they may bo
thoroughly cleaned and then packed
It Is a good plan to provide bags ot
heavy paper In which articles of wear
ing apparel may be placed. These, It
tightly pasted up, will so retain the
naphtha vapor that moths will be will
Ing to keep a long distance from them.
There Is very little reason for worry
about furniture If proper precautions
aro taken. Naphtha does not Injure
the most delleato fabric or the finest
wool, and therefore may be used with
tha utmost freedom. Carefully handled,
It Is the housekeeper's best friend and
saves many an hour of anxiety, N. Y,
llomanee of William Ifsnry Harrison,
Out In tho blue grass country they,
are telling this romantto story about
William Henry Harrison, grandfather
of the present occupant of the White
House: When he was only twenty
years ot age he wooed Miss Monarchy
Fenwlck, a bewitching maiden of
Frankfort, Ky., but did not meet with
favor. Upon parting with the girl he
placed a ring on her finger, saying!
"Monarchy, when I am president of the
United States send this ring to me with
any request you may havo to make, snd
I will grant whatever you ask If It Is ra
iny power. smiling at the jest, so
th story goes, sho took the
valuable circlet and plaoed It among
her treasures. When she next saw
her old admirer she was the wife of
Judge Hamuel Todd, a wealthy and
prominent eltlzen, and had becorao a
famous housekeeper of wldo hospitality.
He had been elected president ot
the United States and was en routo via
Frankfort to his Inaugural ceremonies.
At the Kentucky capital ha accepted
her invitation to dine. The presidential
suite comprised twelve persons,
some In carriages, others on horsobaok.
The ring was not presented according
to usage, but was retained
as an heirloom. It la now owned by
Mrs. Mary l 'food, Monarchy Ken-wick's
daughter-in-law. N. Y,
One plut of sweet cream, one-fourth
can of grated pineapple, one cupful of
powdered sugar, one-fourth box of Nelson's
gelatine, the whites ot two eggs
and eight lady's fingers. Split the
lady's Angers and Una a handsome dish
with them, arrange them so as .to form
a scalloped border around the top of
the dials. Soak the gelatine for (If.
teen In sufficient cold water to
dissolve It of a cupful
should be sufficient. Heat the cream
till light and solid, add the sugar, a
few drops of vanilla flavoring nnd
beaten white of eggs. Cool the gelatine
till hardly lukewarm and strain
Into tho pudding, beating briskly moan,
while. Then add grated pineapple and
beat ttll It begins to thloksn, when It
may b poutrd into the dish lined with
lady's fingers. If the pincspple is not
tweet, stir Into it a little powdered
sugar before adding it total pudding.
"rnepuddiiur inay D maao laeaaytoe
. ' '- ' '.""A " ' t r 1"k
For lame back I hero is nothing
nr than to saturato a flauuelcloth
itb ChamlwlainV Pain Balm and
bind j, 0 tbe BffocMl TrT jt
JZ ' ,?r,,l, bollf T". 5t 'he
trqatmont .1, II ," ,'"' rii.'iu "K .atNiii. J'1" T"
solo . by - UlHkfiuoru & Wood, drug-
It U Tory hard to oonvinco a pretty
girl that it is for hor to know
To relievo headache, corroct disorders
of tho stomach and incroaso tho
appetito, and for tho cureof liver complaint,
use Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
Thoy aro perfectly safo to tako, and
Invariably promote a honlthy action
of tbo digestivo and assimllativo organs.
Mmo, Bertha tie Colon no, tho famous
uoot nutl author, is both blind
and deaf. She Is a young and beauti
ful woman aud is happily married to
an architect of European famo.
Camboilln3 Eyo and
A certain cure for Chronio Sore Eyo,
Tetter, Salt Uhoum, Scald Head, Old
Chronio Bores, Fovsr Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Fralrlo Scratehea, 6oro Nipples
and Piles. It Is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of oases havo been cured by
It after all other treatment bad failed.
.For sale brLoavell, Wood.
Tho Unitod States government baa
decided to open, Nor. 22, 1802, for 11
settlement under tho bomostoad law,
tho uuoarnod lauds of tho Marquotto
ALittloBay Du Noquot Railroad,
tioretoforo resorvod from entry, iu
Northern Michigau, At tho sumo be.
limo tho right of the Ontonagon &
Brulo River Railroad has boon denied
to n largo tract of land In tho upper of
Peniusulaof Michigan. This gives
an dupreoedouted chance to locato
valuablo timber and mineral lands,
whloh aro among tho boat In tho upper
PfninBula, and ere reached ouly oror
tho North Star Houlo (Mllwaukoo &
Northern Rallroid) botweon Chicago
ami Lake Superior.
For further particular.) address 0.
E, Rollins, Land anil Immigrant
Aguut. 101 I.a Hallo street, Chicago.
Bettor Than a Fortune,
Huiidrods of doctors proscribe Lemon
Chill Touiu iu their practico knowing In
it to bo 11 morn pleasant combination
than they can compound, whilo
tho results aro certain. No' riogiug it
iu tbe ears like quiulue, still tho effect
Is surer. Rememlwr tho uamo, "Lom.
on Ubill Touiot" Tako no other,
Thore are many substitutes, but none
powecaa tbo aamo qualities of th 0 above. no
Tata no rt. her, Every bottle
S,! In aw
THE STOLID CHINESE.
Re flaa Sleep and Work All la th Sam
It seems to make no particular differ
enco to a Chinese how long ho remains
In one position. He will write all day
like an automaton. If ho is a hsndl
craftsman h will stand In one place
from ucwy morning till dusky eve,
working away at his weaving, his gold
beating or whatever It may be, and do
It every day. without any variation In
the monotony and apparently no special
consciousness that there is any
monotony to be varied.
In the samo way Chinese school chtb
dren are subjected to an amount ot con'
flnement, unrelieved by any recesses or
change of wo.k, which would drive
western pupils to tha verge of Insanity.
The very infants In urms, instead of
squirming And wriggling as our children
begin to do as soon as
they aro born, He as lmpasslvo
as so many mud gods. And
at a moro advanced age, when western
children would vlo with the monkey in
its wildest antics, Chlneso children
will often stand, sit or squat in the
same posture for a great length of
In tho Item of sleep the Chlneso establishes
tlio samo difference between
himself and tho'OccIdeutala Iu the di
rections already specified. Generally
speaking, ho Is able to sleep anywhere.
None of the trifling disturbances which
drive us to despair annoy hlra. With a
brick for a pillow he can lie down on
his bed of stalks, of mud bricks or rattan,
and sleep the sleep of the just,
with no reference to the rest of crea
tion. Ho does not want his room dark
ened, nor does he require others to be
till. The "infant crying In the nlcrht"
may continue to cry for all ha cares, for
aocs not disturb him.
In some regions tho entire population
seem to fall nslecp, as by common Instinct
(like that of the hibernating
bear) during tho first two hours of summer
afternoons, and they do thjs with
regularity, no matter whero they mar
At two hours after noon the universe
at such seasons Is as stltl at two
hour aftor midnight. In the case
moat working people at least
and also In that of many others
position In sleep Is of no sort of
consequence. It would bo easy to raise
China an army ot a million nay, of
10,000,000 tested by competitive
aa to their capacity to go to
sleep 'across three wheelbarrows with
head downward like a spider, their
mouths wldo open open and a fly Inside.
The same freedom from tyranny of
nerve is exhibited In the Chinese endurance
of physical lain. Thoso who
have any acqualntauco with the operations
In hospitals In China know how
common or rather how almost universal
it Is for the patUnU o-s-.-y
flinching u degree of pain from
which tin stoutest of us would shrink
It would be easy to expand this toplo
alone Into an assay, but we must pass
by, merely calling attention to a remark
of (leorge Eliot In one of her letters.
"Tho highest calling and election,"
the says Irritated, no doubt, by
theological formulas, for which sho had
taste "Is to do without opium, and
toljMrmln with clear-eyed endurance."
she U) right there eaa bo little doubt
His wonderful success
is a boon to tho
J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D
formerly Professor l t'racllco of Medicine
Klectrlcal Mcdlc.il College,
Now Examining Physician
1 Soctuerx MrDiiAt, Institute,
Will beat Hit I'hunlx Hotel
Thursday, Nov. 17.
nne day only, returning ctery fnurwecks
durlngthe year, front a. m, to Up, in.
Dr. Appleman la a graduate of llellet tie
Ncvr sorkcity, and the
htoctrlcal Medltal College, Toronto, Ian, lis
hasmado a speclsl study of the diseases h
treats In the great llcllevue and Cliarjty lips,
pltalaforsetersl years and recognises notm.
ilorln dlsgnoslng nnd treating Chronio Ills-eases.
He derotes all his time to the treatment
of thronle and nervoua diseases of both aexes
and his skill as an expert In thla class of eases
Is well estsbttiheil Treats successfully and
Acuta and Clironlr Catarrh, Itlnglna; In
Kara, Denfurss, Diseases of tho J-:i, Kar,
Ns, Throat, I.U.IES, Kidneys, Urinary
and ItUdder Truublrs,
might's disease. Diabetes, Dysivpsta, Constipation,
Hheumallriii and j'aralrils.
bp.lcpfy or flu pusliltcly cured
lounic or middle-aged men suffering from
Spermatorrhea, Intpoteney, Eruptions, th
results of errors or excesses, should call before
It Is too 1st. We guarantee a cur If cas
baa not gone too far.
Supcranona hair ami si I eruptions ot the f ac
Blood and Skin Diseases.
As Syphilis, Scrofula, Klrtcture, utett, cto
cured by ner falling remedies.
OlSfjascs ot women, such as leucorrhea, painful
menstrnatlon.ilttplaceroenlct womb, bearing
down palm In back, relisted In snort time.
Th Doctor carries all his iwnable loitru.
menu and romea prepared toexaratoe the most
obscure medical and surgical rates.
lie nndertakea no Incurable diseases bat
cares hundreds given up to die.
Consultation Free and Confidential
J.S. APPLEMAN, M. D.
Mississiooi Valley Route
THE POPULAR LINE
viuhiiiuun. HATo.f notion,
frsttnltj i aai
ftci Pkiutijti Centri
the ItlreandSugar Dentations, and great
...He .lunar Houses and lledoerles South of
.1111 lluuge are especially Interesting, and
ever fsll u please tho obsetvant pasienger,
llelurni Mem Ids and Vlrkaburg tbe tin
i m ihruurh mo uf the Ssest cotton plaata
In the Delta, themes
' tlio anrlcnltursl section of country en earth
, UIMI otp iickou to
tllfoltdaahd Mexico are
sale alt the yrar tuund.
it lnlr Tourists' TleteuJ
To NewOrlcans andHootb.
K ern Texas indnts are or
sale until April ISIh. I
Magnificent Pullman lluCet nii.plnp Lara ItcV
Ilctwrrn Cincinnati, Lonlsrllle and
o w uricsni.T a ii cm puis
For Time Tables, JJapKolder I, and price of
W. H. r.VOaK,
1 L. DRAKE,
Division Pasiongor Agont.
L & N H b fL
hie due at
Through Trunk Line
Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis
yille Evansvillc St. Louis,
Andlhe elite, ol
Nashville, Memphis, Mont
gomery, Mobile and New
Shortest & Quickest Route
From St. Louis, Evansvillo and
Henderson to the
SOUTHEAST & 80DTH
From abovo citiea to Nash,
Till and Chattanooga,
For Atlanta, Siuaiiinili,
Connections aro made af Guthrio and -!
immuvu'u ior an points vtV I
North, East, South und West, A
In Pullman Polaco Cars,
this road will receivo special low ratoH,
duo uyumu ut wis oompnny ior ratoa,
routes Ac, or writo to
0. P. Atmosb, O. P. & T. A.
rljfc' tLJ a
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Also shot thorn cows and calrse, both sutes,
leglsteredorellglhiii t" slsrr, t farnter'a
" ISAAC GARROTT,
Pleasant View Stock Farm,
rtTT Pt iuoiith br
" . haimless iioitmU
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i tea tyalili or ntwtn wlt'ion.b r
(''ie.,11 builds up si 4 luinruus lbs
Itn.rliait the .tin and iat iiAsslwsn