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LITERART, I a year; THE OLD HOUSE. passed the old tioune standing lone &?" " 44, " r pj A book has been written purporting 1. to traco the descendants of Pocahontas Tbe w ladows closed, the rooms all dark and drear, down to this day, nnd 1'rcsldcnt Harriwhere, my son la in tho list. He, according to thla fna porch detcrted, tweet days love, together We est in the old with no one book, is lior Dear. Rio tutnmn RATTLINC "ANT TE i Iff SALE Beginning on Washington's Birthday, Monday, Feb. 22nd We Have to Clear Out Our Store to Make Room for Fresh Goods. What better opportunity to kill two birds with one stone by beginning our sale on such n day and thus celebrating it ," II I'llll tie Mils. LIST. SEE NEXT ISSUE FOR THE BASSETT & L Hl-f- . CO. r- '.Mfi, TT"i It la not what its proprietora say, but! makes it soil, and wine tbo contidenco of the people Ve ll.n OUR MOTHER TONGUE. lniiloolUfly h I iijutK The glazior ii not necoaiarlly a tiratomo man because ho "gives jou t pano." Yonkers Statesman. QRtEF A AND IGNORANCE. Tlilec, W.maii X woman with tm Infant In her arm chiland two afeubhy, roughly-dressedren havering to her skirts, rushed up to a polloemau at the Central depot "She want my children,'' sho gasped, worn-- n pointing to a handsomely-dressewho atood at tho window gazing out on lfe at root In an abstracted man-Ba- r. d d Vantfu Mather UI.UkM s Heartbroken m fr "Want your children?" asked tha w.ndtring official, j;8h. l trying to steal dem." said tin wamani "she want dctn to buy, hut I Mil not toy own children to anybody." "Certain. She say. ahe give anything hi the world for dose children told laa 1 take l)r sealskin, alt ahe hare, If I would just her give ne little child, an' XoiooWh 'fraid-fo- r her steal dem," "Thla la v.ry strange," aald the po. JUtiaaa, aao crowing the floor of tha tesot he touched the lady on the arm. "Excuse taA ma'am; but dldyoo oBer to buy ct of thla woroan'a chddrem "iir you am?" from harT" She turned, mid for a moment looked sUrtled, and a covetous ezpreialoa rosasd her face Ilka a shadow. "Wi$r. I aald I would girt, all I had In h warld for them yea. I II tkajr were mine. And to I would." aald Die policeman, ffeatly, "I a..," M be aeanned her blaek robes, and Bo triad to espials to the other1 woman. aba elaiped her little onea clow. "I mot sell one of dr children what tut a Detroit j Wo know now thui tho mother tongua U a heritage niul nut u l'inn. It la ours touie m o n ili in. ist. In America thero U no neivhvUy to plead for tho right of the AiniTiLuuilim to exist, Tho cause la won No American writer worth his Halt Would think of withdrawing a word fir npologlzlnp for a phrase becuuvo It una not current within aound of Il'iw Hells. The most timid of American nuthorctsea haa no doubt as to her mm of railroad, con. ductur, grado, and to swltcli, dcsplta her possible know o that in llritiah usage tho crjutrulontH of these words are rnllwny, guunl, irndlent, nnd to shunt On tho luiki jry, in fact, there U vlslhlu now ami uam. especially on the part of the limit highly cultivated writers, an obvious rirlight in grasping an Indigenous word racy of tho boil. Thera is many nn American expression of a pungent freshness which authors, weary of an outworn vocabulary, aeizo eagerly. It may bo a new word, but it would not bo in accord with our traditions to refuse naturalization to u vreU como or It may bo a flourishing hero in our open fields, although long slnco rooti-- out of the trim Island garden on the other aldo of the Atluntic, nil in such ciso wo usa it unhesitatingly ns our forefathers used It In tho p.it.t, "following," aa Towell remark, "the fashion of our ancestors, who unhuppily could bring orer no English betlrr than Ilr.tuder Matthews, In lo uow-coine- aur-yiv- nl Shake-apearo'a- ." Har-pier- 'e aeul Bt 'n, IfYu. u- "l lee," Opou the advice of the family doctor, who waa aent for without deloy, tha professor wai put to bed. when It waa rcd ho had aooka upon Z, u "a1 t"X, while hU two waa entire-J- y left unpr-uo- to -N, y. Mercurv. -- x lU.UJ.H.UXi ulvd. d "MJIr'." "id the protestor hn entering Uia breakfast-roo"dan't ularrayourelf but a alight lsy iuu manifest. I Itself In my left tooi. In spite of ht fact that the glaia U below aero my right foot wjotees In jaora than normal warmth, whereas tha left ia quite rigid and atlfT and cold aa The lly.Ury absent-minde- f round waists of tullo dresses. It is made of small blossoms thickly massed, aa pink barardin, white lilacs or There nro also pointed Swiss bolts of flowers. One of pale lilacs stripped from their atoms la edged with glossy green leavea Another ilorul trimming' is a frlngii of wliltw hyacinths, daffodils or daisies drooping from the edgo of tbo waist, and falling in n ilcop point in tho front A similar fringe forma a berth a around the low neck, mid a ruclio-UJiTina trims thu foot of the skirt Other tullo skirts havu three cored stilt breadths of tho front Hint sides strewn a blossoms, as with or buttercups, under n single aklrt of tulle, while tho baok breadths of tho alight train are croM d diagonally with e ribbons thu color of tho blossoms. Tno luyt-n-t of tulle fall orer the buuU bjcmltlis. Harper's forgot-mo-noto d pop-pleInch-widblas-strlpe- Magozlno. (Isrnltiirff (or Toll (Imtiia. A corselet of floworR extending high on tho bust ia n funclful trimming for gg3. .1 Hlgtvttt e'a la Leayeatog Fowtr,-- U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, ia Roto! Baiting Powder PURg ABSOUUTBI The old trees on the oof their branches western author whoso work Is atr trslled! tracting much attention in Hoslon, Hie long grin In the nrd was waving tsdlr, where ho now lives, Is Mr, Hamlin GarThe tall white pllltri In tno moonlight piled. land. Ho wnn born In Iowa nnd la of ih I love, ll'.e that old home, my heart It loneScotch blood. His woikis chiefly ly. to the hnrd, pathetic llfo of the Since those glad times It been closed ana cold. prairie nnd t lie farm. Sweet memories nuw lung dead are burled la Jnmes I,ano Allen, the Kentucky writer, Is a tnll nnd slender man with a Old It thoughts, old longlogs I have never told. gruro face. Ho can tell n etory at a But here to night, with this old house before me, dinner tablo as well ns In a printed There comet to me a fancy strange and Ho looks somewhat like the sweet typical pedagogue, nnd, In fact, began appose i those rtarktome rooms ones more his career on a tenclicr. were opened. And light snd lite and love again might meet Miss Mabel Cnhlll. the chamDlon woman lawn tennis player of AmerUa, Bow joyous would the old bouts ring with Is of Irish parentage, her father being laughter. a country gentleman in Kilkenny. She How gay the scene with youth and beauty bright! Is rather pretty, the beauty of her eyes being particularly noticeable, and her 4nd though oottlde the autumn wind It signing. flguro Is slender nnd supple The hesrtt within aro bentln? ear and llrrhL me James Kuuiull I.onvll, tThen lectur- lo If to yeu you ever thould retnrn, love. Then would uten my dresr besrt agtln, ing to tho students of Harvard uniwith the light of your sweet pretence nesr versity a quarter of a century ngo, was lad me, wout to preface his remarks with tho liyltfe would smile, forgetting years of pain. Thomsi L. Wood, In Detroit Free Prets. words! "Gentlemen and Many u Harvard graduate y remembers the grateful encouragement those four words engendered. Tho Society of California Pioneers proposes to got from each living member a full record of tils life, with details of the settlement and development of the levtton which he chosa as his horn and facta In regard to his buslncs or professional career. It Is believed that such a record will be Invaluable to future historians. Tho artists of Rermany deeply mourn tho death of Helnrlch Lang; the painter of animals and battle-scenewhich took place recently In Munich. Lang was n pupil of Frledrich Yoltx. During tho warhe waa attached to the staff of a Bavarian com? mandcr and witnessed personally the t WXR HENEVER scenes which his brush subsequently so I V perfectly portrayed. 00 workmen1 U U VV on tho tons of Tho old duko of Nassau, who at g seventy-flv- o Is hale and active, has a, high places or on tho scaffolds often Insecurely erected on fortune of $2.1,000,000, and la consequently act down as the rlchost prince new buildings a shiver runs through in Europe. Much of his wealth repre- me, for it rails to mind an adventuro I sents the profits of the Wiesbaden Ca- onco had which nearly caused my sino, nnd for many years tho royaltios death. So awful Is the remembranco to me from tho gaming-table- s there flowed into his pockets in a veritable stream that not for all the gold In the world of gold. Itesldcs that, in tha old days would I mount ono of their long ladho exneted a tax for every visitor to the ders and stand, as I havo seen them do, ort merely the two-fotop ledgo of A springs. lofty brick wall and gazo coolly down A friend, who at one time enjoyed tho intlraato acquaintance of William on the bard pavements, a hundred or Iloss Wallace, the author of that very more feet below. Aa for going up In a balloon, the very popular song, "Tho Bword of Bunker thought makes me feel faint and sends 11111," writes that Mr. Wallace once told him that ho was paid jast 810 for that a chill down my backbone. I also avoid looking from the higher piece of composition. lis said, further, the thai Mr. Wallace enconntered npoa tha windows in now immense filling rapidly structures our platform of tho Cooper Institute, at a oltles, 1 then havo later day, Lowell Mason, who wrote Jump for the fasclnution too strong to nut and down Is to tho music for this song, and had tha curiosity to nsk Mr. Mason what he wai trifle with. Even the birds soaring high In the paid for lils share of the production. make me feel uncomfortable, and The latter answered that ho received air circus with its trapeze performers the 610 also. Thus author and composer la barred from my list of pleasures. were placod on tcrmsof strict equality. All about becauso I, when The pteco netted many thousands of a boy, this came a climbing ventured feat which, dollars to Its publishers. as I have said, put an early Hawthoruo's mastery of the preter- end to my existence. natural seems to ns the moatcharao- I was, maybe, a dozen years old at terlstla fe aturo of his genius. He fol- the time, as agllo as a wild monkey, "haso o.v, you urrLK HAT." lowed no predecessor, ho left behind and too thoughtless to know what him no successor. He stands so com- danger meant dreds of feet down. At last, completely pletely nlonn that the ordinary methods A large church was In course of erecovercome with fear and terror, my of comparative criticism aro baffled, tion near our honsc, and Its very tall ttrength left me, my arms loosened' He must bo taken as what he is an wooden steeple was being topped with their grip nnd I knew I was fainting' original genius. Yet, independent as a hugo ball surmounted with a cross. and in a moment must perish.' be It, lie can not bo called n distinctiveJust then a strong voico sounded close The carpenter work was all dona ly American novellit.nt all. Fancy, and the scaffolding was left for tho lo mo nnd a man's head showed Itself Imagination, poetic vlston. aro his gifts. painters to finish nnd to gild tho ball above the sldo of tho ball where tho Romance is his domMn. Too intent up- and croas. ladder was. "Hang on, you Httlo rat" on penetrating below the surface In Aa far as the bclfrcy In tbo stceplo It said, "or I'll whip you to an Inch of both men and things, ho represented the scaffolding went; then narrow your life." Tho angry tono scared na neither us they passed before his eyes. slata nailed across one of the octagon to that forgetting my danger nnd'oven' He looks through, rather than at life. sides formed a sort of ladder to reach where I was, I hung on Ilka a good' Edinburgh Review. its highest point tho slats growing fellow. Moro afraid of tho punishment than smaller as they rose, until, coming to HUMOROUS. the ball, they changed to a rudo, f falling, I let rar rescuer fasten a founded arrangement following tho rope under my arms, nnd, meekly obey- -' Mamma "You seem to be is a thapo of the ball and under and over tt Inghls stern command, allowed him to hurry," Little Frances "Yes, ma'am; to the cross. lift and lower mo to another man on tho If I hadn't turn so fast I wouldn't dst Wo boys found this dally growing tlat ladder beneath th'.. ball aud then here so toon.'" a fine play ground, nnd after bo helped down thp steoplo slats an hurch Young Lady I'atlout "Doctor, sabool used to cougrvgato there to the scaffolds and the roof to tho street whtt do you do when you burn your Watch, the workmen, particularly when There, after my distracted mother had mouth with hot coffee?" Doctor they were risking their lives and look- embraced mo, I got from myfuthef "Swear." l'lutarch's Decameron. ing no bigger than dwarfs upon tho tha soundest thrashing I know before Ooslln "Aw, 1 havo a vowy bad Steeple. or since. It was, indeed, a circus to us, and the I deserved all nnd moro than I got, headache thla ma wulng, doncher know." sight of tho men way, way tip on tho but as a preventive for futuro climbing Cuspid (a dentist, "Why don't ytmhave ttfllled?" Qreon-bur- g cross thrilled us withia queer delight exploits it was entirely unnecessary. One holiday, when the men were not The remembranco of my terroron tho Sparks. That Was Why. -"- Mr, Piggery, c working, we wero thero as usual, gaz- iteeplo top keeps mo forever on thosaf-snsolid ground. Chicago, isn't a physician, Is lie, Bu- ing upward and eagerly discussing tha And tho memory is ever refreshed by tane?" "Oh, no. 1'hcn whydoydu matter until one of us proposed seeing hard or how easy It was by horrid nightmares, in which I have the address him aa 'Doctor' ?" "Ho cures bow climbing up ourselves. terrible sensation of falling from high hams." Pittsburgh Chronicle, Nono but boys, of course, would places, but luckily, I w.tkeu just boforo A young lady, giving evidence In lone attempt such a t strike the licnp of sharp,, hard stone: oourt tho other day, was asked by tho think of, let lawyer how alio learned music. "By buzardous feet and so. after n few watting to truaji me. H. C Dodge, in Qoodall's Sun teaching It," was the caudld and in- "dares," up the scaffolding nud long outalde ladder to tho roof we started, I genuous reply, Once n U'eek, h tVmiteil Coilllili. leading the rest Sha was from thu west Her -- Ho Was Not In It-(- At the door.) We all safely gained tho edge of the reliant, breezy manner betrayed self, Book Agent (briskly) "Is tha man of sloping roof aud sat there) awhile to rethat .. , . - , . rAn. vl,. i i the house In?" Mr. Meeker (cautiousohd connoitre, Tho steoplo didn't look so i.ui. some nun voma over 10 aaw xoric to do shopping with friends frohi ly) "Well cr no. Bbo's Just stepped high na from the street, and thero over to a neighbor's, " rittsburgh Bul- it ladder lying on the roof to where wai Brooklyn, whose guest she was. Her the rarb and bearing an abunletin. tovrcr began. dance of this world's goods, and her unA Sad Case. Wallle "Whither On that wo crawled (cu after anaway, rao boy?" ClioUio "(lot to see other and then stopped again to get reserved speech plaluly Indicated to bthcr patrons of Delmonleo's who wero me physician abuut me appetite. I'm our breath be for a the next mount Within sound of hor voice that she had so beastly hungwy In tharaawnlng that Some of tha lads now began to be a I don't wcally need me bittern at alt" Httlo scared at tho prospect before made some purchases of a costly character "Well, now for luncheon," sho Indlauapotls Journal them, and In spite of the more daring "There Is the poultice; put it on his ones' ridicule nud loud assertions that laid, pausing In hor talk about JowoJry. titles stomach." "Hut I thought you aald wa wouldn't fall they wUely concluded Let nnd laces. "What do I wont? me sec. let us have as that it was hU licait that was affected. to go no further for the present and luncheon as Girls, hiinse affords. nlco a the Each doctor," "Well, you always reach a then carefully picked their way back of you give your orders." The taito of maa's heart through hla stomach, don't , to tho roofs edge und thence down to the three Brooklyn ladles ran to patties, , Era. the street front where they stood In a Ulods, partridge, cold turkoy, potato Tho Perils of Dlsobcdlgnco. Miss group watching with frightened faces, ships, sliced oranges and cream puffs. Tomax "Oh, yim nro such a bad boy. the four of us who remained Tho pollto waiter made a note of thoso What shall 1 do wltlfyott If you don't Uettlng up to the lop of tho shaky dollcscies and turned inquiringly to th"o mind." Fi eddy "Do what Mr. Van single plank acaffoldlng at the steeple's western lady. Hho curefully studlcil Jay did to sister, lie said he would bate waa an easy mutter, nnd when each page of tho bill of fare and. after kiss her if she didn't mind, and 1 ruast wo got there wo waved our hats and sscortalnlng what her frleudt had she didn't, for ho kissed hor." Brook- gayly shouted to our comrndes below srdercd, she looked tho wulter straight lyn Citizen. and laughed at their replies for us to In the eyo and s!d, with the air of Ono How Old Bhe Was. The attorney come down. born to command: "Young man, bring in the case was very spry and 1.8 was While doing Unit a piece of board ate a large plute of plckcd-ucodfbili." not making it any pleitsnuter for tha knocked off by our feet fell to thu --N. Y. Times; witnesses than ho could help. "How roof, and, sliding fast and faster to Young Mrs, Codling (to her papa) old are you?" he asked of a lady who thu edge, bounded off and struck the "Oh, papa, what does the word 'conwaa called to testify. "I'm old enough," pavement with such foreo that It splintract' ptcan?" Pupa "It means to G) ahe replied with exceeding promptness tered. This causel two moro of my com- make smaller, my dear. For lustauce, "to know that It Is miserable bad manners for a man to nak a lady how old panions to weaken, mid 'without say- heat expands mid uold contracts." Mrs. the is." The court lot tho autwor ing a word thoy, after slipping once or .tolling "Then It's ml right Harry twice- - in their anxluty to reuch solid told me ho was cantractlngsomA heavy stand. Detroit Free I'ress, Oat of Rhyme. A country editor, ground, managed to ullmb down and lubts, nnd I was so norvout till you It" Harper'- Bazar. who Is also the poet as well as the jolu tha group on tho htieet, which had pressman of hla pspe r.is in trouble, and boon Increused by passing people stopGon llonlangcr's only brother, ns with other pocti, liu leurnu In suf- ping to watch our proceeding Filled With thu foolish bravado of Ernest, mytturlously disappeared after fering what bo tells in song. He hat showing off to the audience below, I having led us a young man such a wild stnfln this on a poMul uardl ilfo that tho family would never led the ascent tip the stceplo. I lonu hare kuowu that crvdltor his name, lllseronlcs say that It icrfect rhyme for editor! Tha slats, nailed there for men to my creditor Aud lit, towtw, ollmb on, wero pretty far upurt for Ht- ao went to thu Uultod States mid was west alvaywhy i rsyme with Utor; tlo boys' legt and wo, too, soon found killed In the war of secession, but thle ednor Ad thtt w tha task not 'an easy aa. It looked. But whether on the northern or southern Would lev. to tbtoge bit creditor. -- Datr.lt I'm fjlH li?fHd by thedetlru for admiration. lido nobody seems to know. A night wind bitterly was blowing, hi Tol-um- o. Fellow-Students.- "' $te!i mi JESP3. Franco-Prussia- n frail-lookin- tnd thinking what a hero I would be when tho feat was I kept oa nnd upwanl jnlil, after the hnrdest af efforts, I found myself on tho slat JuU underneath the sloping aulward ball. Thero I clung to rest and see how far my companion had got To my surprise lie, too, had shown tho white feather nnd left me, and I law him Jnil disappearing over tho tho roof's edge. Instead of his desertion making mo frightened It served to ronso my do termination to go still higher, and without looking down ngiiln, for It waa setting mo dizzy, I started to surmount tho ball and reach tho ctoss above It Climbing Inside the roundlnir ladder. then crawling between tho slats and climbing outside, but never look In down while I did it, I pulled myself u ,..1. .llnlA.ii... ...ail. 1.....1.. .i1 ...til. to my dollght, I snt on the great ball with my little legs on either sido of tha huge cross, clinging to It tightly with ono arm nnd wnvlng my hat with tho d other to the' crowd In tho Street bolow looking no bigger than ants. Tor some minutes I enjoyed my triumph, and gazed around at the magnificent view without a thought of danger. To show off a Httlo moro I fired my cap at my startled audience, and watched it, borno on the wind, descend till it struck the ground. Then I thought it was time for mo to follow. Clutching the ladder slats I commenced, but getting to the edge of tha ball, I discovered the faot that It is a great deal easier to climb up than to gut down. 1 w as utterly stuck. I made several attempts to get under or over, but I didn't know how or where to place my feet Each time I felt for .resting spot I found nono to stand on, and after several escapes from slipping and falling, which cold sweat all over me, had brought a to glvo up aud crawl back to my scat. ana mere, twisting my legs and arms around tho crosi, hung on. I then fully realized my awful peril and became terribly frightened 1 felt weak and hick. My head began to swim and grow so dizzy that things turned black to my eyes. I heard from below shouts of encouragement and murmurs of despair, and aboro.all I heard a. scream which I recognized as my mother's voice. But 1 shut my eyes and hung to tho cross, expecting each Instant to loso my hold and dash on the stones huu- ton-mo- st spell-bounwell-know- n halr-brcadt- h RE-RE- D LETTER PRICES . .v $8.99 fitoSm106 fr $6.99 Soilo1 $4.99 is.eto1Iioorio on fine Kersey over $2.99 fofftoQ ooer price on g00d lleavy over ?niS.edi JL.UU XO ON OYER COATS. $9.991s1ficeofo1uTentire ook of fine silk and flannel Kersey overcoats worth $15.00 to 20.00 aU Ver COatS S0ld h0retofore at PriC6 n finQ aU W001 long riding ulsters' Goats' worth kSi coats' worfc 49C 99C $1.49 J..OU ter price on childrens over coats, worth hYB worth! ootor2 50 childrens over coats' Srvrheqnnt;er?r7iSef0r b0ys and cllildren's over coats, This will be the last droo in over coats hnt. nno rp av4. Ar, will be into a nice clean box to be salted down till next winter. J. H. ANDERSON & CO. NOS. 1 and 3 MAIN ST., GLASS CORNER. if rJ 9 lb J&k OR -I- NE S3. ummEf well-nig- h XJ3 TTING DOT-WEA- R THOMAS RODMAN'S 103 MAIN STREET. 1 J ALESMEN J. WALLACE WARFIELD. JOHN F. DANFORTH. V 4 absent-mindedl- GENTLEMEN: Now is the tine to lay-- in your the approaching Summor. Look through your linens you don't want Shirts at these P11ICES. If you do, Monday. You may not need them now hut thoy will dy later on: For Tin 7 jjJa. Great Shirt Sm Beginning Monday, Feb. 15, S3 TDir$r OjolTst supply for and see if como next come han- p Don't forget the Time and Place. Monday, Poll 15, at dlMnsoii'a hesb wilaundorcd Shirts, reinforced bach and front, 8200 4 ply linen losom and N. Y. Mills muslin, regular price $1.00, reduced to 78o. Mhhison's unlanndercd Shirts, reinforced bach and front XiJ 2100 linen 3 ply bosom and Fruit of loom muslin, regular price voc; reanccu to quo. Lxood unlanndercd blurt, Munson's best malte; 2100 linen hnstnm, ft iihi.hnn.mi iMisil.ht.1inf7.il ialtf,-ivnn,l . 7 . 7.7. continuous facing, regular price 50c. reduced to ft.On. Goo(l unlaun(lorGcl Shirts, linen 1 ajwzj. froit continuous facing, Regularbosom, reinforceh bach and price JSo, reduced to 85. oys' Shirts, regular price 50c, reduced to 85a Men's best Athinson's laundered Shirts in plain and pleat-x- O K TT JJyJJLx ed bosoms, regular prices 1 a7id &15 reduced to 79o. Men's fine Shirts with collars attached, open front, regular a XJUZi. price $t.85, reduced to 90c. f) Xj 1 Xwj. IODoz .j 5'DOZ. o SAM FRAISLKEL'S, Opposite Howe's Jewelry Store. it!Naai i a. ,i w ,,jj..,rftl " - r,- .lflgBSw clr,'.',,' fW TtT?T,r s -i t' fffr,;r3 ? 56fi mmi w wirti ajopliiiwtiUIc JScntttcltirro. VcBUsiiijii'ESui a;id A Ltttitf Llf.t.it Turntfd On. Tho protraclod discussion of tho question of slrool lighting in tho City Council for Homo months, has givon nWAS. "M. MEACHAM. tho cnomios of tho Hopkiusvillo Gas 2 A TEAR IN adVAHOE. Company nu opportunity to indulgo BOB80HIPT10N In a groat doal of nbuso against that Local main nollcei M cU Her tine. I centt r line encMniertlon. taap- - corporation, most of which It Is nood-les- s SurnlibtU "l fur Funding ailmllMmtnU to say has !mpu unnecessary and iucnuon, iridai mm, 00c 18 Ml SO Ninth Strut. 10,- xindosorvod. - 1S02. TlioKENTi'OKtAXia not tho clmtn plon of tho gas company. It is in no wiso interested in it, not oven aa a cousuruorof gas. It is not opposed to tho plan of providing tho city with olcctrio lights, provided tho plant bo established without jobbery and tho prices charged bo reasonable. This much is tmid in advance. Tho Kentuckian, howovor, iu compeoplo of mon with tho Hopkinsvillo, boliovos that tho continued denunciation of tho gas company has been kept up In somo quarters until It amounts to persecution. In ordor that tho public may fully understand tho prosont attitudo of the Gas Company towards tho city, wo hero givo tho toxt of tho Ordiuanco tho Council has bcon nskod to pass: d TDAY.FElTiiuARY Col. Benuottll. Young will shortly bccoino editor o! Iho Louisvlllo Poat. Tho Alexander llolol Co., coruor Soventh and Market Streets, Loula ville, tuado nu assignment, Saturday Dr. A. D. Jnnios, of aroonville, Las announced himself a Republican candidate for Congress iu the Third Dis trict. Jas. Rodgors wan elected Council inau iu tho upociol election in tho Eloventh ward of Louisi ille, out of o fiold full of candidates. child-stealing p Bc.; I i m- fad has reached Tho ODDINAXCE. Bowling Green. Dora Arnold, a col., "Bo It ordainod by tho Board of daughter of Jim Arnold, of Warren county, was spirited away Counciltnon of tho City of Hopkinsby eoino unknown parly last Wednes- villo, Kentucky, that tho Hopkinsvillo Gas Company, its sucowsors nnd asday evening. signs, bo authorized to continuo tho Tobacco Tho Clarksvillo Uaf uso of tho streets, ulleys and public Chronicle pins its faith to Clorman ways of tho city of Hopkinsvillo for and Gray as tho winning ticket. 20 years, for tho purposo of supplying Not bad, but how about Carlisle and gas to its customers, subject to a rea Itussoll, to mako tho boys got up nnd sonable supervision of tho City uud hustlol Such a ticket would bo a City Engineer. This grant la mado in onsidoration of tho Hopkinsvillo godsend to tho "poicks." Gas Company's improving its works Every year brings forth somo novel- and system of manufacturing gas on ty in tho vegotablo lino. A fow years or before Soptembor 1st, 1892, so ns to to conago tho experiment of producing a mako aud furnish in said city to put it in sumers a good eightoon (18) candle Bush Lima Bean or different language better understood, power gas aud sell tho samo to con a bunch buttor bean was made a sumers by tho ono thousand (1000) cubic feet at z price not to oxcood BUCCO03. This year tho seed men are 12.00 per ono thousand cubio foot for advertising for tho first timo the Tree Tomato. If this thing keeps on it illuminating purposos, $1.50 per thousand cubic foot for cooking and furnish lights to all parts of tho city. will not bo long boloro watormolon Illuminating purposos through the Those suggestions are mado in a aro growing on treos. samo motor, and $1.00 per thousand spirit of fair play. Even corporations cubio loet for heating purposos havojsomo rights. The Gas Company Tho "ins" aro already llxing up through a soparato meter and pipo. has asked of tho Council the right to thoalnto lor tho Republican State "Tho privilego by this ordinance continuo its business of furnishing First and foremost granted to tho Hopkinsvillo Gas Com lights to its customors. Whether this Convention. Collector John Feland is to bo vin- pany shall not bo exclusive to said is granted or uot is a question that dicated, by being elected to head tho Company but tho right is oxprossly body, it is presumed, will settlo at delegation of Unrrison mon to Minne- ro&orvod to grant tho samo and equal somo future timo. In tho meantime apolis, although IUiocly Sheil, ono of rights and privileges to any other per- let us accord to this much abused corthe President's Indianapolis strikeas, son or corporation who may desire to poration the samo fairness and con that in nnthoritv for the statement erect and maintain a Gas Works in sideration shown to other taxpaying Harrison wants no "negroos and office- tho City of Hopkinsvillo for tho pur- corporations doing a legitimato busi holders" Bent as dolegatoa to his con- poso of engaging in tho manufacture ness in tho city. vention. Bro. Bradley has said Mr. In saying this much we but reiter and salo of gas for illuminating, heatFoland must go and that settles it. ing and other purposes for which gas ato tho viows recently oxpres3ed in the Tho Fresident will bo askod to kindly is Kenttckian, when tho rights of used." mako an exception to his rulo in this Now this seoms to bo n fair proposi- another much abused corporation case, in ordor that tho Collector may tion. Tho Gas Company asks no re- weroinvohod. It will bo a matter of be vindicated from tho chargo that newal of its contract. It simply asks small concern to us if they do not his sonWilliara and other subordinates tho use of the streets for its pipes, for moot tho approval of other corpor raised monoy for curruption pur- tho timo allowed by tho constitution, ations or individuals who do not subposes in 1890. in ordor that it may continuo to sorvo scribe to tho doctrine that evon the its patrons. It asks permission to im- devil should be given bis duo. Congressman Scott, of Illinois, has prove its proporty and promises to introduced n bill to repeal tho sugor furnish bettor gas for less money. It Tho I. W. Harper is tho finest whisbountv. Sincotho "freo sugar" law guarantees to Ik its maximum charges wont into effect tho government has at figures that must striko any ono as key on earth. Used in moderation, 4 it asure specific for general dobility, to me being very reasonable It stipulates forisinsomnia, for montal depression. paid a bounty ol sugar manufacturers out of tho money that tho privilego askod is to be sub- It is as fragrant as ripo fruit and when extorted from tho peoplo by unjust ject to reasonable supervision and ex- used in moderation it lengthens life, tariil taxation. This is not all, for pressly states that it asks for no exclu- adds to our joys and drives dull care, away. 51,000,000 moro of claims aro await sive privileges. What more could bo Tho I. W. Harper whiskoy is absoinc adjudication. Tho cotton plant required! lutely puro. It is proscribed by tho colored, ers of tho South, wbito nnd Tho history of tho Gas Company ablest physicians of this country, and t who aro losing two cents a pouna extends back only ten yoars. Most of by degrees it is winning a world-wid- o rniHitiir cotton, and tho farmors of us remember woll its beginning. Hop- reputation. Sold by R.W.Long andJ. W. Smith Kansas.who have used for fuel tho corn kinsvillo was in tho dark, savo hero Hopkinsvillo, Ky. to worry and there a coal oil lamp. Through thev could not sell, linvo had alone without assistnnco from the tho efforts of enterprising citizens, a "A. U.Lainb" is an advertiser in the federal rro eminent and Mr. Scott gas company was formed and a conKentuckiak. proposes to put tho sugar millionaires tract entorod into. That was before Marion Monitor. Wo fail to understand what you are on tho samo footing as tho agricul electric lights camo into such general turists. Iu tho meantime, if anybody usu. For a number of yoars tho poo-pl- o driving at Bro Meacham. Marion still doubts that tho (arm is a tax he were woll satisfied with their im- Monitor. Simply that the gontleman's namo has onlv to studv tho results of tho proved street lights. Tho contract MoKinley bill, which took tho duty with tho city has not boon a paying ono struck us as being a littlo peculiar. oil sugar and mado tno governfor tho gas company. They havo been A Ewo Lamb. Soot ment assume tho amount heretofore paid Joss than $1,300 a yoar for about extorted from tho peoplo, abovo tho 75 lumps, scattered ovor tho whole city. The Plymouth Rocks. market vnluo of tho articlo mado freo. Thoir fixtures havo novorboen proper' Almost ovory farmer desires to wiso ly protected. They havo had thoir nu fowl." By this term Legislative. lantorns wantonly broken again and is meant fowls that aro both good egg Tho bill to erect a monumont over again by their enemies. At one time producors and will also furnish plump, thogravopf Joel Hart, tho sculptor, tho destruction of their proporty was meat whon prepared for a nightly occunonco for weeks. failed in tho Houso last week. tho tnblo. Thoso two good qualities .Goo Dawson got mad in tho Houso The GnsCo.,it may bo,hos not always aro bettor combined in tho Plymouth Saturday oud called tho oditor of the givon tho host of sorvico. Thoir lamps Rock than iu almost any othor brood. Louisvillo Times "n liar nnd coward." may havo been neglected in somo Thoy can therefore bo consider as the F, S. Said 1. and c, was in Louisvillo, places by tho somo of "all purpoBO fowl." Although thoy thorn may havo been at times turned are not cs prolific layers as tho Leg70 miles from Frankfort. Tho projwsod charter for towns of off by thoir onemios or blown out by horns, thoy will lay quite a number tho fourth class is tho first to go before tho wind and occasionally tho gas may of largo brown eggs in a Boason. Aa a coinmittoo, andwhilo tho latter will havo fallon short of tho required 11 chicks for broilers, they aro well adap have to wait upon tho official report candlo power. Such nccidonts may ted, haviug a good supply of breast of tho RovUory Commission, tho Son-at- o havo impaired their sorvico at times, moat, tho moat boing unusually woll Committoo on Municipalities will but thoro is no ovidenco that thoro flavored. Thoir early laying maturoonsidor iu its entirety tho work dot)o has been a dcliborato or Intentional ity is also u good quality, They by tho conforonco of fourth class dele- violation of tho contract by tho ro- - often commence to lay at from five gates. Tho chartor is everywhere eponsiblo parties, If so tho Council to livo and a halt months old, and considered a good ono, and tho prob could havo rofusod to pay for any C!ou in somo cases earlier. As sottors abilities aro that it will bo littlo month in which tho sorvico wai unsat- aud mothers thoy givo Tory satisfacchangod by either Houso of the As- isfactory. tory results, roaring a flock of from Tho manager of tho compauy, Mr. fifteen to twenty chicks without much sembly when onco it is takon up for consideration by thorn. It la accord A.Hill is not Hint kind of a man. trouble Tho Plymouth Rock is ono ingly easy to guess what tho princi- Mr. E. P. Campbell and Mr. Walter of tho host known and best liked pal features of tho laws governing Kelly, tho controlling officers, are broods wo havo. such towns will bo. Cor. Danville gonllomon who respect tho obligations of a contract. Theso gontlomou at suro Advocate. us that thoy havo paid prompt attenBewats of Ointment j for Catarrh that tion to nil complaints and havo tried to givo good sorvico, nlthough thoy Contain Mercury. heartburn, actually mado nothing in lightas mercury will surely dostroy the Imo sick ing tho city a'. $100 per month. The sense of smell and completely and all disorders tho whole system whou enter gaa company h oatillod to tho samo liver, tnrougu tue mucous mirJaeoH. fair treatment duo to other tax payers. tho ing it Such articles uhould never bo used Its plant, which originally cost nearly nnd bowols, except on )roecrlpUotix from reputable physicians, as thu damage thoy $20,000, is valued ut $15,000, A good will do iu ton fold to tho good you can part of tl.o Block is owned by our "pbwlbly derive from them. Hall's owu iwonlo, Llkowiaoall but $2,500 are Catarrh Cure, Manufactured by F. J, ottho mortgago Iwnds. Tho pnn-ciplO.. contains lolixlo, Cfc6nejk& s are Geo, O, Thomppopular and nnd son, 0. A. Thompson, K, P. Campbell, and aciu dlioctly upon tho blood irvodlclno for mucous surfaces of tho system, In R. T. I'etroo uud tho Mate of Lueiuii family tuing Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure Jones, Those are tho parttos who you get l no L'omiiiio. it is ianon in- profit or lose by tho company's opotu Ayor ternally, and mado iu Toledo, O. by lion, Aro notthusu gontlomou entiV .T Pliminv . Hn Lowell, tled to aomo consideration ? Is thoro J&TSoUl hy Druggists. "all-purpod lamp-llghtor, any good roasou why tho Gas Company In which they are Interested should be driven out of Hopkinsvillol Wo thluk not. There is anolhor class directly In- (orosUxl in this warfare on tho Gas Company, that threatens to forco them to dig up their mains at Uio ex piration of their prosont franchise and sell their property at a aactiflco, aud get out of town. There aro 100 consumers of gas in tho city. Thoy have pipes and fixtures in their stores and houses nnd some of thorn nt least waut to continuo tho uso of gas. They prefer gas, many of thorn, to any other lights, for various reasons. Itaupplics them with a fixed light, that can be burned day or night as needed and ono that can bo regulated to suit thoir wants. It is cheaper than electric lights would bo aud can bo burned all night if noodod. Electric lights go out when tho machinory stops and in most cities thoro are no oloctrio lights af tor midnight, and public halls, hotels aud other houses where lights are liablo to bo needed cannot rely upon such lights alone. For a ball in Moayon's hall could not bo continued by oloctrio light till tho usual hour without tho oxponso of a special ruu of machinory. As this hall isusod frequently for this purposo, itismorothau likoly that its ownor would prefer to havo it lighted as now with gas. If so ought ho not bo allowed that privilego T It would seem so. It may bo that somo peoplo would prefer to uso gas on account of its cheapness. As tho city revenues must bo reduced under the now constitution, it is not altogether improbablo that tho city may itself havo further use for gas. Tho city of Owousboro has just closed a contract for 28 oloctrio lights at $120 each, as wo understand, or the sum of 53,8(30 for less than one third as many lamps as Hopkinsvillo geU for $1,800. If this is n fair rato, wo would probably havo to pay from $85 to $120 for each oloctrio lights used to replace tho gaslights. At $100, 75 lighta would cost $7,500, ovon granting that tho wires could bo oxtondod so as to all-nig- This is the wnv of tho world. Wo don't complain, but rather congratulate you upon buyiig goods at such low prices as we havo hcon soiling thorn at for the .past 30 ilnys. Our stock is still largo, and tho "wons dorful bargains wo have bcon giving for somo tjme will bo continued throughout this month. Why not avail yourself of this great opportunity of buying goods lower than you over bought thorn before? 24 men's black, late style stiff Hats worth 1.25 for 1.00 Your choice of any Overcoat in the house worth irom 12 men's black low crown fur Hats " 1. 50 & 2 .50 $15 to 22.50, for 12.69. 24 men's blaok wide brin orease crown Hats 33 3 percent, taken off of any suit. .So worth 1.25 to l.0, for 36 pairs Men's Gaiters, and Lace V. Calf Shoes, worth. .75 6 Jackets and Pants, winter wt., worth l.0, for $1.79, for $1.00. '.07 Nmall lot Oeluloid collars 2.75 24 pairs $4 and 4.50 Hooker's shoes .1 Celuloid onffs 10 prs. children's Pebble 1.50 tor - 1.00 worth A good assortment of fine linen collars'worth 20 for .05 8prs. children's 13, 1 and 3, grain Gaiters 1.50 - 1.15 Gilt Edge Shoe Polish .10 . 1-G-eo G-oa- t, , !I TOUR Cx-JTIK- - Mil DEATHS. ml Hi ai She a., PTE. IDICICIESISr tffilSN, " SUCCESSORS TO c$c TXT-XX- -i. 1 Eidm Uov. Havroy L. Eades, thu n, ''iL ias. H. Layne, Suoelor torolkCncalir.) head of tho Shakor Society at Shaker-towLogan county, died Saturday, agod 87 years. Goodloe Judge John Kemp Good- loo, a distinguished jurist of Louis villo, diod at Thomasrillo, G a., Friday, aged 70 years. Usuer Mrs. Annie Walkor Usher, daughter of Rev. W. B. Walker, who was marued to Mr. J. II. lisher and moved to Missouri a year or two ago, died at hor homo in that Stato Saturday. The body arrived hero on tho 10 o'clock train yetorday and after funeral services at tho Baptist church tho intormont took plaeo iu tho city cemetery. Tho boroavod family have tho sympathies of many friends. Dowell. Mw. Emily Dowoll died of consumption at tho residence of ilhamson, iu her daughter, Mrs. Cairo, Ills., last Wednesday. Mrs. Dowell formorly livod ncarHorndon and tho remains were interred in tho family burying ground near that place Thursday. Hor daughter, Anna, was buried just ten days before. Mrs. Dowell was a Christian lady and was liked by all who knew her. Eddins. Miss Eddins, a sister of Mr. Bon Eddins, died near Fairviow last Thursday. Her funeral was preached by Dr. T. S. McCall, of this city. COLORED. Livery, Food And Snle con. se i:yni and viuoima 'iii'l villi III 4 I 'fcLAlRETTE SQAPFT Trjercs banks of violets Arjd bajjKs wfyere miners grope And b&jjks iijat handle golden coin J HOPKINsUIT.I. "''"..'.lkin. rim i.iir JI.HI li ill w.l m-- '(. u, I sts Ml filinUiir Ida) nr uif ' i tan 1..I.H hi. nl" i ikA i t'i i a i. ! i. K M. h . Irl ii. huihpim; Hoiicr lit Vmnf fa'tl rlWAIT1NH KOOM KENTUCKY LntfttlIuroc, T K. HAV(jl. K. lUilnn.l A In. nln hIHi llw. wrrnici.s .; hi ,t Hit nv i aiiYP, Howell Kj. Banks of moss, ulFAIRBANK nakaJHE BEST SOAP. lanoook, !l 1MM S AND Co. qClairetteSdar to 1'leasant Ridge, Xolsou Co., adjust a lire loss for tho ifowery Ins. Co.ofXowYork. Farmors ore about through oh i tig. tobacco fioediu this section. 1 reparations for on onormous crop are bing mado. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mi mm lost their Saturday. of Mr. Charlie Ware had nii fine Southdown sheep killed by dogs ono night last week. Tho writer will havo tho pleasure of visiting your city next week and he hopes to havo tho pleasure ol taking ono drink from tho Roek Spring and will theii abstain totally daring his stay with tho good pooplo of ho dearly loves. Max. NKjA1S&Ca lioODLS tobacco suiLrcnsasr COMMSS'O.VMEROH WT Y- - ECaacook Warehouse, )Jlis CroiVttctl Oil IflS fij'Stl mt fUld MAIN STHEET, RsSCK' LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS o.lLJu-2S2csv'xxx-- FflONriNO WHARF ON TOBACCO IN STORF. ifl'f fybothf S ITISFTED 'jr33srnT, D?f. EiL!.lOTT"$ MEDICATEllFOOD, m hd Curo Curo for n'l L.locst91r Reeves. Itobort Reor s, aged IU years, diod in Gainesville last Thursday of pneumonia. Hopkins. Martha Hopkins died in the city Sunday of tho grip, aged about 50 years. Tho remains were interred yesterday by the order of tho Household of Ruth. eooi order o that eakei baked thereon may always pretent a clear, brotvn surface, scour It occasionally with a thick stale crust of bread and a little Atj salt, and never neglect tft wipe It clean around the Jf before putting it away. Jelly and cake tins that are In constant use abould bo boiled two or three times a year ia atronir auds with a handful of waahlng soda dissolved therein. N. Y. Times. Creamed Celery: The outer stalks will d for this. Cut Into convenient bits, stew In broth until tender, drain and let them come to the boll In enough white sauce to cover them. The broth er atock In vf hlch the celery la stewed will be nicely flavored aad should be used In soup. The whole cooking may be done In the aauce made rather thin to allow for a slight boiling away. N. T. World. Cracker Crullers: Split common white oraekera. Prepare a bowl of cold water with a trifle of aalt dlasolved In It Soak tho divided crockera, ono or two at a time, In the cold water, while the spider i heating on the store add a small lump of butter melting within It. When the crackers are partly swollen and tender throughout, drain them quickly from the cold water and lay them In the spider, there to sputtir and brown on both Bides. Serra cctly piled onahot plate, and odd more butter wbll eatintr it detlreil Christian lnqulrsr. 7to Veep n erlildU In HpjHHsV sMMnBf Cattle, Shep and Hogs ArMsc )i9kr(Jfef tin ttood, tad ftaaVl&MMUh Densnn mix. Hopkins-villojWho- k FW sj,r Hnf & Kv., V. R. Bmttsj, IJrvievv, Ky. t DE'--r. SB0T m WORHS, AXD 1 C IRTAIK gyj$PfRc J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D. 1 lu' i W?fM!HWOPQCH0:E. EVhi HcpUillle, Ky.. .1. V. Ctl anlw, Trenton ' & J Jfi vtebn bM English Specialist Formerly rrolewor of PranlM or Martlj-lnif- CLAUKSVIU.i; TKX.V., Klectrlcal Medi.-u- l College, MANUFACTURER TOUOXTO Xow Examining I'hysuuau rV4ln. For Bilious Attacks headache, of stomach, Ayer's Cathartic Pills the safest, surest, most use. C' o bond-holdor- Sam Sto- garand John Garth captured a wild cat of onormous sizo Friday, tho 12th. Thoy startod out for a fox chaso and about ono inilo from town in what is known as Stegar's rough,thoy 'Jumped the huge monster and after an excit ing chaso of about half an hour tho dogs bayed him up a small dogwood tree, but at the approach of tho two gontlomen ho jumped to tho ground and thorn and then began a struggla for life. Mr. Stogar last ono of his favorito dogs, it being ono of tho throo dogs ho purchased nt Wy Virginia, last spring of Joseph Tanner tho famous dog man of Vn, The dog as wo stated was his favorito dog and known far and near as Blue Dan. Ho was literally disemboweled andno doubt had It not beon for the timely arrival of Mr. Fenal Sobrec, who was noar by with his gun, tho animal would havo made havoo with tho yhole pack, aa to oral came iu with thoir oars split in shreds and many othor injurios. Mr. Lowis Wood, of Clarksvillo, has mado a largo purchaso of tobacco at this place for tho Clarksvillo market, Troutou Is now without a polico Judgo, S.Q, Smith having rosignod and moved to Quthrio preparatory to making himself eligible to act as Judgo of that place, Ilia successor will no doubt bo Honry White, who Is makiugthoracooutho Alllunco platform, Todd County. Tbentok, Ky,, Fkd. 14. lnrluloii uAJl.al (oIImih-- . s Both the method nnd .tosv.Its when mui lrbil Me.llt all .itl l. Yurki in. mil the Thiimii... jtn 1 llt llAAlttAilQ n aptrtal lntj tti ll.C fltinM. Ii. :r.f Syrup of Figs is taken 'c ia pleasant JlilU O 1 V. 1 I ' t harH, tmU In Uw ti'fl IWIIavwi awl nice. m. 1K W vrtt'ilOyoarB'eviHuieiicn wo and refreshing to 'ir 'ncle, aud acta ilIUfiH'MM'riil yara'l ro.xf fel conllilmit that nniT traatlng l.'iiroults 111. gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, irilfii entnitieil to u wilt bo executed In a Ulli'nh lit tV Ifll. M"t.- u. .4V rvtuMin. Liver nnd Bowols, cleiwi'es tho sys- ol eltnmfe lirTiM illiln. W Mitk w ami artiitiii maiiner. aBdaftkillKtaataiMain tkMxiam or caM headtem effectually, disn!' old, well wtbi;nief- Treat, wrcawiullr iturt aches and fevers nm' "ines habitual used. .Wiito Hml Chinnla CtturrS.. IUbmiiic In constipation. IMwum f lhJSJri, niir, Syruj n Kigs is tho llur, Ji. TUriwr, Luiii. Iililuy. Urinarr Niw, V. M. WHITLOW iMiiir&ilU-ltmni- r only remedy of it kin ' ever proworh TrciiUlfi. Mi.il lllu ,il duced, pleasing to thi tas'o and acIMkIu' i! j linlx. I, IM piwla, Iin 'mnatNm nu'l ceptable to the stomach, prompt in KuDrp.) "i utb jMu.il lvvi mru4 gi l iBOtt Yd if i.r i.ilililU its action and truly beneficial fn its IlrhaUrrlla, IwpiHoiwjr, i ijT.iiing IroW Ih effects, prepared only from tho moat riilwiiii''i'rrwMi, .liouK, pull UiM It I. tnrtl.iiu. W'.i KarW"0 n 'liio It eaw healthy and agreeable tuihrtaucw, its lia. uolx""'"" ( ' many excellent qualities command it utii amiii" hair mvl all t uptluiH of lb fowi to all and havo nnulp it the inot icrwaanU) rtMotil, Blood and Skin Di leaaea. Under New Jliuinijciiiciit. popular remedy known. . ASTiiMU.-"ftil(Jll, tin. Centrally located. Strcut Cars to tho Depot and all parls of tho cltv Syrup of Figs ii ibi sale In COo dfllH bj-- acriirfaillnii iMmviivs. ovory ifjiiiiuulcs. Ucatcil uyblcnm, ail all Modern Iinprovcmoiitt Sne-ciJilMaiuf wum,'i i li nu ..i i.f wauiti, und 81 bottles Ty all leading drug-gistf nttontlon to Commercial Travelers. Good riainple Itooimr, Tublo d liiK'k irh. la .hott lima. Any reliable luggist vbo wiih tho best tho market affords. r , xajrli. nil k i"iKUlw lhe may not havo it or wimf will protb lWt raiuwi I'li'i' n J . cure it promptly fin my one who utmnr mtillcal ami "uralml Elcgaub Atlaohcd. ' i lid uniliiukM ao liwuralitt itlawnfX unt wisucs to try iu xo not accept any ouimliiiii.lriMJKltva uatoiila. O. A. ROTH, Mnnagcr. substitute. Oonnilliioit Ifrra ami Conndtiitlaj. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. li. U. Morrow, Proprietor. A'lUrw. Tho Soutlioni ifeillcal and Surgical SAM fHAkUISCO. OAU WW 10KK. H.r. lOUlSVIUS. kt. - lnallljito, -i Sotitliprn 3IodIl Instltule, '' u(iMvii.t,r. Will H lih rkatnlx Hul Tkrwta), H'rli Id, m juy uulf, immmi fiwj ti.ii wrclt tlHilarrtkyear, Cimiii. oi to ;. m. Iit'liBtiiii Ho I)r.Tiil SCOTCH. SWEDE and. tho mogr. F. T IMPORTER ITALIAN MARBLE, ripBii-rtble AJJ:. " Al RN MONTUMfiNT. TABLETS, una, illlng jWliKrS: e7-.M- 1 None but the best mnteriiil lil)li. New Arlington HdMl CLARKSVILLO. TENNESSEE. al i sun-pile- IkH-to- il Bar and Billiard Hall T 130 Fifth .VvciiDB. Unlivllles Kf. QFEBA SOUSE, THUEIJ N10HTS ami Matlucc, Commoiu'lug AMOS jr. UAJRRTS, '. Mctulti 'lit iat! iiiMMhii' l i i DTOCAN M. QTTABIaESJr.; Watchinalvpr " littiuii ii l iiu'itt ,! K('tucrt(1 hi Monday, Febmary 15. Tho liTentoltlio Beaton Opera Oomio Miigulllcoiit I'eonlo. 32 nr.snoN AND .i Co. Jfop-crtolr- c. Powerful Chorus; (iioat ttast. Monday, Knnliiio;Tiieday, Ilejfgar U'RJ Sturtont:' Wednesday, llohoiulaii ufrl ; 'Villon Wednesday Matlnoe, lllllre Taylor. Nothing bnt ai ' ' ' HOGS, Count), Ky. liuttui i. ti.i'i Hf-.rt- n ml r .MB in smith" i)mg &t.c, jQwelor, CADIZ. llio ttr ii! Prices 55, U5 and fiOc. )toorvel scats now on enlo at (ialbrcath'. Matinee prlros 2."oto all pniU of tho house, IlrMiljaillt'Siiiai. Brape ouwn. Ofall valuablo TArtMlM, lit loifMtrala.. lliill-U- nt , NUutu-aEmpire hufe. I'laiuuml, fa Jfl, r (;umniil n ui'iiuni. in ui. "! th.r yn. jMrn nllavoil v in '' mnnUbU . H'i Arwdlur Votlolfltf .IiWiwi, ri,OVHH. IhIoh (.uiimIv, K. hihI nil lnwilnn of tho hiblia,7to'liU INVITHB hi.in.Hi'ijp'rACi. ,! uuvauus,' a cj co ta(r to !( p rail tho lenwa. Wlien,bJlii( ilonot fnlTWgUe film a Xallenal I'n l, IlKfkHiarr' JlauKaf tulouinnu mil ,i, iiiitti'M ml,. &rSneetal attention will be aiven to (ill kind of nnnATUTKn.' Jfotto: PromptneBs nml Batifnctfoa. J BFJiKsninr: hogs, j&. "' """ JUUMHU 'OflHMW- X3: ra eis 3PE3sviI:-A.3srEJnsaOTLtll an.o-vec- L T, Illackl.eiiU'.. IJOWOi i it Ilalnri ler, ' i fed T- urrnnu, utui'iutifM in1. Luiuiln QEO. W CAMPBELL, Delaware. Ohio, - tlarx .rpUo.uo. WAYNE'S Uhoi 07 OINTMENT, Dr. J. C. & Co. Mass. Ur Muni. Hch. Ul J.Y.Cabaniss is permanently on r ttiaika 6a lit em. haAda. tuiaA. - usltlnc ix i trtho road iu the Interest of his houso. iila elan, ar.lla bA kaltk T.V,'W (V44 Sf drlUw. Mht W WMl iW Ul CM. AAJrtMl P, vm wvh'h m J. D, Rutherford starts this oronlng M4ri vi rw iuh 1 m '7 Itumu W HnBfnHHnn; t ivt tit 10 buli )l Ik n(i( U', Wt( J1M li H l .i tukv t .l f i. . i '"fe n i 'I Itlttll-- Mil I 'It r M MID, "r'c PleaSant "tx ISAAC iiAKKOTT, ,lovv AaL- Stock i'ai ni, Main StrfiAt. nnvf. rlirv First National Bank, ormnmt.ft Rhv'anrffl aer, whore he will sell the peoples fecial the best of goods at the lowest; pribffe, Call on him for DRY GOOTjr tnr.nTTT- ING-- , BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MILL1N- : At aJ4: sta I'EMUnOKE, KV. iiiiro x, iio. a issmsssssts JjopMnsuilU ftctttiuhtott. TIIKO. K. 1IAUTLKY, llualilMa HERE AND THERE. Vltolla CREAM OF NEWS. Mnrr 10, tr w About 10 o'clock Saturday ulght a Itov. W. B. Wnlkor h quilo alck at vacant cottago on Josup nvenuo be longing to Policoman W. B. Davis, lim lioma near (ho city. was dostroyed by flro. The houso Nearly all grocers usn Etnpiro was valued Salur-tinnt $150. Mr. Davis had tirely cured. Mm. Mot S. Major rolurnod Anchor paper bags now. For aalo nt As f took no other remodv. I can Padu-call- . $300 insurnuco on same. It had boon from n visit to relatives In but giro all tho crodlt to the "Cherry this oflico, unoccupied for somo tlmo and tho Pectoral," which I gratofully rocom-mon- d The Tho Qovornor has offered n roward flro was ovidonlly of Incoodiary origin. as a spoedy specific for this disOrhuain, ol Birmingham, of $100 Yours vory truly, ease or tho apprehension of Ed Fire at Pembroke. "Ala., arrived Sunday on a visit to Lis Wf F.T. HAnno.. mi, the iilayor of Carter l'iko. About fl o'clock a. m., Sunday flro Tho Commercial Advertiser. mothor. , ForiuIarpricejintlhoOporato-uight29 Park Row, New York, N. Y. was discovered Issuing from n largo Mr. A.S.Caldwoll unit family hare afternoon rind barn belonging !o Mr. E, J. Murphy Mardlgras. gono (o Nashville, whoro they will night. Only CO, 35 und 25 cor.to. in the surburbs of Pembroke, aud la roalda iu future L. & N. will sell round trip tickets A good doal of plant land has been a fow momonts tho building mid conto Mobiloond Now Orleans at ono faro prepared lor sowing anil tho Indica tents wero reduced to ashes. Tho Mr. A. 0. Joiner anil wifo, cf 2Cth. to 29th. inclusive, ' making Sunday with rei- tious nro thnt thoro will Iks a largo bam contained about $1,000 worth of Fob. spout wagon, tickotsgood returning until March acreagoof tobacco planted in this tobacco, $75 worth of corn, n nsures in tho city. harness, farming Implements, and 15th. J. M. Adams, agt. suction this season. of Blrming-LarMrs. Gentry Jliilmau, Dr Appleman was hero last ThuiB-da- many othor valuablo articles, llio Vctdlng a tculc, Dr I.AD1ICS tlml wnt tulUInj chIM rcn Ala., arrivod hero Sunday and will nn. ihnuXI tVo as ndvertisod. Tho Dr. has gain- loss Including barn will bo $1,500. Yisit tohorparonta. litiou'N's mnx iiiitrhs. make nn oxtondod Mr. Murphy had $725 insurance on It la tltMnii tkciCiirca MulttU, lujlc- ed tho coufidouco of our pooplo, uon,nn jiuicminciv. iiuriiiriAccpiu MiaaSuo Spillman. of LouIstIIIo, Judging from tho crowdod condition tho born mid tobacco. Tho tobacco and corn was a shore crop. The fire has arrived In th. city and wilt lake of his rooms tho last visit. Is believed to havo been of Incendiary charge of MUaAlico Hays' dressmakMeasra. Downor & Dulanoy bought origin, but thoro is no cluo whatovcr ing departmont. of DoaconCliildoraouoaeodling grnpo 4o tho applyor of tho torch. FOR SALE-P- uro Bronze Tur 12!,e Mr. Tho. II. Wado, of Huutarille, vino for which thoy paid the goodly keys. Miss Ida Knight, Mora Trouble In Trigg. Ala., left for his homo thla morning, um of $50 cash. Tho vino is a wonAn old foud has oxisted botween after u visit ofaoreral daya to relatives der in tho grapo lino. Bowling Groon tho Scuddor and Marquess family, of In the city and county. Itmea. Pure Bred Plymouth Eirirs nt 75 Jugglovillo, Trigg county, for somo cents Mr. .lolni filltos. of LouiBvillo, hna jwr 15. Place orders now. Tho Y. P. S. C. E. of tho C. P. timo, and ono day last wook Jamos Inquire at this oflico. boon in tho city several daya by tho church, will hold thoir business meetGOo Scuddor mid Frank Marquess met hia brolhor, Mr. II. J. ing and social iu the locttiro f riom of and camo to blows. Whllo thoy woro clover, critically 111. Stites.wlo is the church, Thursday evening at 7 engogod iu tho light William Scuddor Subject, Oousocration. All "Mr. It. T. Cook, of Arkodolpbla, o'clock. interfered by shooting Marquess In 821c 11. Ark., arrived in tho city last Thursday Btu invited. tho faco with a rovolver, inflicting an Miss Luln Mattlo l'iko, a colorod child, had all ugly aud very serious wound. Anoth aud laft with his brido, nee Co. Vatkinn, Friday, for their Southorn her clothes burned from her body whllo er shot was then firod but without ef 1.10 standing noar n Btovo in Judgo J. T. fect. Ho then loft thci acono of action homo. Mr. Tho. O Dado loft yostsrday Savage's kltchon Sunday. Her hands and has not been hoard from siuco were considerably burnod but sho and it is thought that ho has loft tho A good blacksmith. Apply to O. D. for Haley, Idaho, in nnswor to a teleescaped further injury. country. Marquess will recover from Davis, Bovcrly, Ky. frcm Mr. Goo. 11. Bryan, gram him a lucrativo position with a Mr. II. J. Stiles continual very ill. his injury. It is believed that tho afniiuing company. Ho Is a young Tho progress of hia diseato has not fair is not yot onded. mn ol fine character and excellent been arrested aud his atrongth is being The Preparatory School. 21. businosa qualifications aud wo regrot grsduslly consumed by high fovor. Co. Tho mass mooting to socuro tho His condition oxcitos the gravest Vanderbilt Training School hold Friexceedingly to soe him leave Hopkini-villapprehensions of his friends. day night brought out a largo crowd. Miss Lilly Prico entertained Lor Sovoral spoochos wero mado by MATRIMONIAL. Thoroughbred Joreey with young after Dr. Aloxander had spekon, class at her homo on Liberty street nlf. Apply this office Saturday ovoning, tho occasion boing and a subscription patior was started Cammon-BrandoMr. J. L. Cama Valentino party. Tho littlo oiioj aud in a fow minutes about $1,000 eron aud Miss Julia A. Brandon wore enjoyed tho event very much and was subscribed. Mr. S. C. Mercer taarrlod at tho homo of Mra. Robert nil went humo highly ploasod. and Dalton Bros, each gavo five acres Wado near Wallontft last Tuesday. of ground at tho head of Jcsup aveTakou up os estray by F. M. SteDi', A.J. Knapp, tho celebrated Mr. Mills K. Tans. nue, from their adjoining tracts. phens, living noor Sinking Fork in optician, will bo in Hopkinsvillo on Judgo McCarroll also tondorod lieu Christian county tho 1st day of Nov. dy and Miss Ida Mao Wilkius woro Feb. 17 As Dr. Kuapp andl8. 1891, ono whito,rcd spotted hoifor und acres in anothor locality. It is bo- - unmarked, supposed to bo marriaijo at tho homo of tho uultod in about 18 will not visit this city during March, m liovod that $10,000 and ten acres of months old, which I havo appraisod nt brido. near Fairview, at 4 o clock p. partlea desiring his services will do Sundar. Rev. H. F. Ferry officiating. well to remember tho above dates. ground will secure tho school, but an six dollars. Given under inv hand tho filli of offort will bo mado to do oven better Mr.Tandvisa very successful and Miss May Blumonstiel has moved than this. Committees aro now work Jan. 1892. farmer and his brido popular young W. F Wood, J. P. C. C. hits n nuilo a favorito In Fainiow her ladies' .tailoring and dross making ing tho city and meeting with good Bn,.inir for Homo llmo. Tho usual stnblishmont to tho rooms over Sam success, Tho decision will bo mado jwngratulataous are oitondod tho hap- Fraukol's, formerly occupied by Dr. on March 1st. A. P. Campbell, dentist, where sho py couple. The O. V. Extension. will bo pleased to ace her old custo5 Co. TUESDAY, FEUHUAItY ;.l-j Ltvor Pills euro 1892. dobllitnling. without An Avenue Flro. personal aoasii. LA aiJIPPE. On Dccombor 10th. 1 was voniinod to my room wiin mo Grlppo. Thd Treasurer Of tho "Commercial Advorl!sor"remmoudcd that 1 should irv n hnffin of "AVer's Chnr- tr Pocioraf," as It hnd eurod him of tho samo complaint. I sent for n !xt-tlaud In trrfWHri I was ablo to ro- Bumo my business, aud am now en- 1 Metz's February rffy TOBACCO IS KING. i i Clearance Sale Commencing Monduy, .Tan. Prepare for a Big Crop And Buy.'the J y 25th. CEL EBRATED 6no figures, entire stoch has heen marked in plain figures and at the lowest prices, to vialtc room for one of the largest- Spring Stocks evor brought' to this city. Jiememberwehave oidv one vrice. and that tlie lowest, and marked in plum cvcru dau emis Tobncco Tunis- - u, intitur. B7HrjrNaujiMSaH a, y We have just received a few specials. Head the prices. chon laces and msertings. SPECIAL LOCALS. Plymouth Rock Eggs 10e a yard for choice of2.000 yards all linen Tor a yard for choice 1-- edging worth 12 of 1,000 yards' 2 "JJ amburg to loo UJ-ahloo- , Seed orchard grass and red top cheap. Jno. Green timothy, 25c each for window shades on spring rollers, actually worth 40c. for the best cloth window shade feet long on You con plant ynur toliaccowitli leas work. You can plant yourtobacco so thatlt wllljllvo better.1, You can plautyour tobacco when tho plants are ready. You can plant your tobacco when tho ground is ready. tohnwo will grow Lctter.niul yon arc ccitalnofa full crop of the "Wecft" vhctlior livciytMng comlilcroil, tbo llcmhi tho YOUI! thoatmoHt light tlmo or not.linplcnicnt on tho market todar. and Tobacco Trana. yotir yon will ooniult l perfect farming own litciffthy IniCKtlgnllng tho merltaof thtauiachlnohtoncc. 11UY of thn BeinliToliacco t'tanter, n HUutralcil alioe, nnrt . ho ile nclfor roil to rnll at our onleo ami fro tho machine for yom.ell m.il haru mnrll. fl.llw n.t.t.Ua.1 ,1, vtillHltll t.li.n T.llt I linmtlirhl V lin.lrratf Hll ttlO WOrlllC thoiiiachlnnroii nlllhotritaln toiinrcliato one, for nciJlV that It la to the It,mj tercet ofevcry tobacco giuffcr to liavocnoof thewo plantcm. Wl hno tlip;cxtlwtionlo ri WANTED 0 spring rollers. for the best Turkey Bed Table Damask, guar anteed not to fade. for choice of any comfort in the house. Only i OUlt OALVAN1ZKD QL1DDEM" 4-O- tou-tori- e. Buggies and Road carts to suit voun&and old John Green $ Cow For Sale. Large line of straw matting just received. a small lot left. a yard for good surah silh. Tho best in tho world Don't forget that wA hato tlm mot complete I'lanlng Mill. Wagon Factr.rr nnd I.ml-- l Yard tills Jcctlon, mid Koaroiiicnatcd to furiil.h you all klntlanf loutih nnd flnllncd lumbal and faiievMoik.nnilulllu'ltiitljattomiirlcoa Uur HAItllWAunandlMl'I.KMKNTUOUSl la abxilutcly tho target and hottauortcd that can bo found anywhere, nnd wo will aara yu money nn anything j ou may want In thla lino. .Hut another wonl and wo aro through. I'leflfo bei In mlnawlienyoit nretnnccdnf anything In the Saildloorllarneiallne rtu jou want tn go to the mammoth rxtalillnhmcnt of 10IIIIKS A JlltO., corner Tenth nnd Main.Our Saddle and llnrnvm Shop la now and embrace tho very bent duality of mntertnl oud woiBinan.lilli throdghoiit. nnt wo will make is to your lntcreat to buy from ua In thla lino lit., aie intheoihcrhand.lf you want anything In tho wny of ulla, 1'nlnta, call on ua nnd wo w give you entire alfafactlon both In prico and quality. owlnconclii,lnn. no wl.h toaaythat we aro atlll loadlnflr tho lllackamlth and llo hoeing builncM and also Iu tho Wagon flno Weaold moro Wngonaiii 1891 than la any t.tht' prcTlouajearano wo proKo toatltl furthcrlncieaseouraalea thla yoar. Woaroraaklai Ihv Wni fact. Wo want you to couio to accusant ilrado wllhua. If you don't want to trade with h. conio to tco an nny wny, and aco our way of doing iitialnna Hiuinajjuuvit wltl uuia. uu Ihtll , wiiui.H aiu,l hovIiaoimi tiaa Anil nnt .... you want strictly tlaaa Uoodf. and something that ;noucnn ucpenu vO iiiniim iu juwr ua yourtiadc. Youra with an cyo to uualncsa, tcicatto giro 111 TVIR.1S, &&ss0Bsme?mm fl i". IFOZEEBIEie 5C i IBISO., HopkinsvillelKy. citl-zeu- s, Estray Notice. Arlington Hotel, H. MAIN STREETS. COIt. TWELFTH tsluareaabotoJ.M..tt.nndI,.lC.A:st.I..n)opot. I I nillQUlI SSiiuaieabclow Union Depot. fflir-strc- ct Takbt-Wilkin- SRATE: $1.50 to $2.00 PER DAY. AND, I C LUUIuV ILLCi ClU.-TS- rt J. HURT, PltOPKIETOIt. tV l I Cara paaa th Door Every Kit o Minutes for alt partaof tho The Ladle. mers. Ashmoro and Earlo, of Crofton, havo dissolved partnership aud each member of tho firm has embarked In gen-tlomo- Princeton Manner. See Reindeer cultiva tor before buying. John R. Green White's VISITORS BEWARE! Itisnotn ,V. tho general merchandise business to u himsolf, Both aro very popular and will control a full shareof tho trade of that section. ,f Tho Feland faction ut Ownnsboro lias decidetl that tho Republican con- Loit, Strayed or Stolen. My pug dog "Peto." Tho finder ventiou of tho Second distnet shall bo willrocoivo o roasonablo roward for held March 20, and will put up M. V, hf return to P. B, Pondlotion or Mouaicb, of Owonsboro, and A. II. Walter Williams at Pembroke, Ky. Anderson, of HopkinsTillo as delegates, Louisville Timet. Frank B. Ricuabdson. It was reported upon tho street yestorday that Tom Nelson, a well Strayed or Stolen. knowu colored man of this city, had My dog "Speod," whito pointer boon killed at aomo railroad statiou with livor head and ears and spot on on tho C. It Q., near Louisville Ru back of nock, long tail and a fow flea mor did not give tho maunor of killing spot on body. A liboral bitten d inquiry failed to rovcal further Eugono ward for his return to mo. information. Tho pleasant effect and porfocl safety with which ladies may uso tho OftHlornia llnuld laxative inrrup of Figs, undor all conditions, makes it their favorito remedy. To get the truuundgouuino article look for tho namo of tho California Fig Syrup Co., printed noar tho bottom of tno pack- - All arrangements betwoou tho L. & N. and N.N. AM. V. railroads have boon consummated and the exten sion of tho Ohio Valley ovor tho C. & P. branch will bo mado. Tho branch is Jeasou as far m Gracey nnd tho lease is for a period of liftr voarc. Roadmaster Sabin, of tho N. N. & M. V., was in tho city Wednesday examining tho surveys and looking to tho construction of tho short gap botween tho union dopot and tho L. & N. dopot. Tho right of way has been purchased from R. B. and Charles Ratliff, each receiving $2,000. Work will bo begun at onco grading through tho Ratliff property, nnd as soon as tuts short gap is completed Hie road will then be extended from Gracey to Hopkinsvillo. This -- oad taps ono of the best agricultural regions In tho South. No. 180030 Again. Wonder Worker 'Works Wonders Worth Watching Worked. n, SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS. AVo Before you are stuck! Andgo to C. R, Glare's to find our prices on sta ple and Fauoy Grocer ies, Fish, Vegetables, c, I am "in it" and will give you a better variety SPECIAL CURK ALL I ut makes maiiypci'iuaiin'trtnvsof La Grippe, Rheumatism, Calnir'i, Noun Igia, Livo Comp aiiit, 3CIln.i- Complaint, Nerv.il r,i cs or Inllammn-tloous Prostration, nnd i'o nn o Coiiiplaml.i It hI jjenns from thnxtxlem unci intestines, lcinnve.s all micro ju mi.imi o very explicit with from both children ami adult. Direction for it every bottle. For salo by dmgglsN. 1 o ,w. n I 41.00 STYLES beforo placing your order. Our Suits are cut and mado bvjtlio most modern styles, and with an cyo to plcaso tho most fastidious, and suit tho most subdued. cordially invito you to examine our SPRING AND SUMMER LOCALS. Ono moro onoortuuitv will bo irivon to fino horso raisers of 'Christian nnd adjoining counties to breed to and more for SI than any one in the city. C. E. Clark, Mang'r. N. TOBIN, NAT CAITIIEU. Merchant Tailor. AS. WEST IAILUHIhu. GENTLEMEN: You enn savo monoy by purchasing your goods aud having them mado up in first class stylo by mo. Fits guaranteed aDd prices tho ehoapost, A full lino of samples of suiting and trimming also Frank Zinder, kopt ou hand. Ninth Street Back of First National Bank 655"" P PROPRIETORS Wood. This policy was issued on the life Taxes Refunded. of a citizen of Honkinsvillo. for 510.- for overAll persona having claims 000 in Fobruary, 1889. Tho dividend charged taxea for 1885, 1880, 1887 and in lb'Ji was over zb por cent, anu tor 1892 is nearly 20 per cent. Agents 1688, aro uoUfiod that tho moaoy is of rival companies Lave been saying on deposit at tho First National Bank for ton years that NORTHWESTto pay auch claims, and thoy aro reERN DIVIDENDS could not hold quested to present tho claims thoro up. .Results disprovo the atatemont. for paymont by tho 1st day of April, 2socomnanr navs such larco divi Mr. Geo. W. Whito, who hus beou dends as tho NORTHWESTERN. 1892. 1 will not hold tho monoy be- strong. youd that date to pay thwo claims. iu tho city several days introducing No company is so KELLY, Agts. LONG it ' W" romodios, has decided tho throo J, I. Landes, Attorney. to remain a day or two longer iu u"ur midst. Ho has sold several hundred Wo wore told when tho O. V. Railbottlon of the romedy and is still doing road was porrnitted to onter tho busiCITY COURT NEWS. a livoly business. Soo his "ad" which ness portion of tho city that its oper ations would bo confined to tho rivor Jo. Robinson, col., b. p., finod 55 appears in this issuo. bank. Already thoro aro efforts bolng costs. and William Humbert,, u whito convict, mado to havo tracks laid across WaBeltlo Cartor, col., same, dismissed. who oscapod from tho Eddyvillo about five months ago, was ter Street, aud if this thing is begun it Th wado of Mildred Davis and somobody will capturod near Danvillo, Ky,, ona day will uot bo long until Lilly amlVkgm Cartor, all colored, waut it to cross Main Stroot. This charged with trespass, woro dismissed. last wook. Lambert is not th6 man will uovor do. Wo aro all glad to Etta Cayco and Sarah Diokorson, who eocurod tho wardrobo of Mr. welcomo the now railroad, but tho both colored, samo, fluod 55 and costs John J. Gaines, of Montgomery, Council should let it understand at nlxmt two weeks ago. each. tho start that it must koop on its owu Miss Alico Hayes has secured tho sido of Alain btroet. There is no Mary Hutchoreon, col., samo, finod iwvlcos of Miss Sue Spillman, of room for a railroad ou any of tho $1 and costs. Jako Torlan, col., same, fined $5 Louisville, In nor dressmaking depart- narrow cross streets in .tho' businosa ment. Miss Spillman is a thorough portion of tho city. and coats. and compoteut designer and flttor, Sebo Edmunds, col, same, dismiss-ewhoaofiftoeu years' experience in that Mr. Mack OTlara, of Crittondon capacity promises to fill a loug felt tramp, firod out of Jno. J. Webb, county, sold his crop of burloy tobacuood In our city. Perfect fits guarantho city , co last wook at $10.25, $12.60 and teed. $8.40. This is said to bo tho beet Tom Buckner, col., disorderly, finod Tho Dcs Moinos .cauer says: "Tho prico realized by a farmor in that SI and costs. Doshoit Opora Company playing at county ior many yoars. mr, wxiara Fostor's all this woolc, is ono of tho only mado nu oxporimont of raising New Undertaking Establishment. fow companies who carry all tho poo burloy tobacco last year and Is so woll Moasro. W, N. Duokor and G. B. plo thoy advorttso. Thoy number ploasod that ho will raiso no othor. Underwood havo formod a partner- thirty-tw- o pooplo and stago and cos- - Could hot somo of our Christian court- ship aud gone into tho undertakers tumo thoir operas far bettor than ty farmore profit by this oxporienco business with headquarters at No. many of tho compuuUs making great nnd try thoir hands ou this high 203 South Main street. Mr. Duckor, or prelonsei." priced variotyf At thoso prlcos It the sonlor momber of tho firm, is a liko It would pay. Tho Peoria Journal says; "Tho looks man of wido acquaintance and has Doshou. Opora Company gavo a vory much experience in tho undertaker's Deshon Opsra Co. oponod Its business which fact wlllatouco giro flno rendition of ''Billco Taylor" last last night in "Erminio." 'iV strength to the now establishment, night to a full houso. Frouk Doshou Mr. Underwood, is a as "Bon Barn&clo, gavo a vory lino night tho bill will bo "The Boggar Stuand hia partner, businessman of great energy and no rendition of tho part. His typical dent." Mr. Doshoa is n favorito on On Account of Eliza," tho comia opora stago and his work littlo experience Thoy Lavo pur- song "All Is chased ono of tho finest hoarsos that which ono of tho strong features of gives much satisfaction to his tho opera, was loudly encored. Mr. Miss Vincent, tho Prima Don d could bo procured and aro now to gift special Attention to any Deahon Is not only a fiuo singer and a na, possesses a woll trained nnd re ho is a gon Ho- markably sweet volco. Tho other business: in thoir line. Wo predict remarkable actor, but rn an of great experience and extended members of the company sustain all for theuow firm ft full share of bust culture," their parts well. d. Mr, Frank B. Richardson, iu a local olsonhoro in this issuo, offers a roward for tho return of his pug dog 'Peto," to friends at Pembroke. Mr. Richardson prizos tho dog moro highly becauso ho bolonged to his littlo son during his life, and ho is very anxious to keop him. GRAND WIND-UWinter Sale Has been far above our expectations. We have been so much encouraged by the enorSuperior Car load mous crowds that and Gliddonofwire just have visited our store received Jno. R. Green Ho will mako tho scaBou Sirs. L. J. Elgin's farm. 0 miles east ol Hopkinsvillo and ono milo north of Hopkinsvillo and Foirviow Piko. This is a i nro chance to patrouizo tho best uiuu nun ui uunura, uuu uni muuumi mado, host boned young stulliou in Koutucky. With his brooding and inuiviuiiBlilr uorilou is sure to nro- uuco Bpoeu. MUKK NKLSON. TERMS S50.00 PER SEASON: Jiares irom a uistanco Kept ou roa sonablo torms. Address JNO. 3127. of 1892 at Planters Warehouse. FRANK DA1INRY. Tobacco & Wheat Commission Merchants, IIopltiiiHvillo, Xy. that we have until ed to extend the time conclud- L, L.&T.E.Eloi.v, Hopkinsvillo, 6- - Co. Ky. Saturday, Feb. 20th, to give every lady and man in Christian coun- PUBLIC SALE. Save U 1- -2 Your Money VUU IIUY. lira Tiln ffnie e 1 1th and Railroad Streets. J;VKKVT11IM1 500-paR- ty a chanoe at our Marvelous Bargains. New and Startling Bargains added daily, We have Greater Reductions on our line of Winter Under- Wo will, gn Tnursday, Fob., 25, '92, sail to tho highest bidder, tho farm known as tho "Homo placo" of tho latoW.T. Stowo, near Juliou, containing 107 acres. Also 12 hood of mules, a lot of cattle and hogs, forming utensils of overy description, about 300 barrels of corn, uboutD.OOO lbs of bacon, Ifi.OOO lbs. of tobacco, housohold and kitchen furniture. Tho farm will bo sold nt 11 o'clock sharp. Salo will commonco nt 10 o'clock. Torms mndo known on day G. II. and E. A. Stowo. of salo. Exrs. Write for our Mammoth Catalogue-- ' A Book. Containing Illustration, nml siting lovrctt iiiitnninmurer'i prico an all kliiili of (oo.lt ami iiMiUp.l (irorerlc. Hou.eltoM Llomfs. irnl- tiui', Clothing, ladles' ami (.onti' Clothing anil Knrnl'htng.ooli, Drew (ioo.li, Wlilto (iiwil", j,ry u.mmi, iiaiti anu unpN, jtoois ana Miofi, (lloio,Kotloii,UlnMwaie,SUtloncrjl Wntchei, Clocks, Jcwclrj". hllrcrwnrc, Itugglc, WM, .gilcultuialliiiiilcmcnU,ctc. ONLY FIKSY.CI.A5a GOODS. CatalAguoiontomccoljit otX'Dc, (ioo.t Agent wantd! In ornry county and ulty toiiunxltici-ou- r gooU. LIo moil can mako ti much a f to cr wi'i'k. 5U Send Us Your Tobacco And be Happy. THUS WIXiIiABB ES (LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL.) I ornerJefl'cn'on, Center and QrcenBtreeta, opposite Court Ilonea, Loulatlltv.Ky, A. KAKPEN & CO. IHvor St., Chicago. $1,200 rr PER YEAR. wear, Blankets, Comforts and NEW HARNESS. Saddles, Harness, Brldlos, Collars, Uames, Chains, etc., cheaper than evor. Special pricoa on hona blanket, oil coera nnd lap robes, Buggy whips, collar pads, breeching etc., nttho lowest CASH prico. F. A. YOST & C0'3 No. 18, 0th St. Wa will the aW.ro alary to any I.IVK hgcntoraaletnian filing our iinieiul Una or MerehamlUo nml bitm.llM. ruitlrulani anil Catalogue on ircliitoxSrrnlaror cii'rosirgc 0 Flannels, for this week, It will pay you 50 per cent to buy these goods and lay them away for next winter. yv"Yvrm TlfTGQ A.KAHPEX&CO., 53 Itiver Stroot, Ilot'ontly ronovntod from collar to roof. All Modern improvomonts, in cludiutf stonm boat, olovotor, oloctrio call bolls and (olograph ollico. Entire houso lighted with incandoscout olectrlo lights. Electric cars pass tho door for al parts of tho city. $2.50 rea Dat. A. W. JONES, W. R. LOGAN, Clorkt. J, J. SULLIVAN, J. h. MARSHALL Jr Man agar, Chicago, III, MRS. THE Administrator's Notice C, LAYNE WithA.A.Mi:r, Hns added Dressmaking to Her Millinery Department ADA Con-iiectl- T.O. liAXMSHV. M.r.siiiiricu PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE, HANBERY & SHRYER, Proprs,, m K 1 RAILHOA1) ST., llKTYVEKN 10TH AND UTU, HOI'KINSVIU.K, Greatest Clearance Sale Evor hold in Hopkinsvillo IIIIUMJ Shyer's Cornor, Opp 1st Nat'l Bank. Special alloiitloti (jlvoii to Sampling und Selling all Tobacco ronalutied in Future Four mouths freo storage to plantora. Liboral advances cm ToAll persons having claims ogaiust Sho has secured tho servlt'os of MUs bacco In store. All Tobacco Insured iinlosn othorwlso liiMlrnntud, at the rato tho ostato of tho Josso T. Harris will o routs Uhd, fur tho cyiita prusent tho samo prsperly verified, to Ticla Payno, Into of Mad. C. Gi under, of twcnty-llv- tlioroiiflor.pur fioodquartors Hint sixty days, and twcnty-llv- c for loams and Icaiuslnr. mouth mo at Cnsky, Ky, And all porBong UiudUtc, LouUvillf, who coint' well per knowing tliomsohos indobtod to said reeommoiidcd, aa tho following will show : ostnto will pay such amount to mo. "Uiul.vllle, K., 'ct). S, Tnos. L, Qiuium, ly that allw I. I'ayne hat been In uir ruiiloy ' Agt, for Mrs. Mary E. Harris, W, II, FAXOK, fiiralKiut tvtu year, ami haanlwayi gheii.r-fo-c- t W.o,wKKU:it. J0IINN.1IM.IJJ. all. (Jetton In eyfiy U'inct. Exfr Josso T.Harris. Very mpRrifiilly. Feb. 12th, 1892. M AD. L, UUl'Mthll, Moilt.tu. luUtlite, Ky." Tho following vofur l tho iiuuo Administrator's Sale. lady, also: If y , teli. 4th. 1MHTM I. to "IulHlUe. my I will o(To' for salo at tho shop of ictllly that lll4 riclal'ayno wa In livo yui.iilgaiuiHOicr(wlwllifafllon tho late E. O, Qnfiin, nt l.ongviuw I rlieerfully H'COinmcnilhnr to oi. Ky,, ou ironday Feb. 22, n set of, i yi , ii'nS?ilAU,u'Ai,K.vr. blacksmith, whaelwright mid CarMi. Laylio will open up this penter's tools, also a lot of material March 1,1)2. usually kopt in tock to conduct tho - Wedding TrouHscaus a Specialty. Terms mndo known Abovolmaiuoss, MIssMojlloCioW will ho trimmer ou day of salo. u tho millinery department, W, S, CuEvruAw, Adm'r. y Anil Will Conduct Snino in wzmm, mas WAREHOUSE, FOUR MONTHS I & co., TOBACCO FIHE-PROO- WAREHOUSEMEN M,tv,gSMMJiuyRB All Tubaeeo Sent to ua C crod audi-onco- s. pro-pare- Hens' Eeks 18 ots. per aozen. "Hogg's Feet" Pickled 40 ots. per dozen at O, B, Mg'r, .Clark's And Oommission Merchants and DEALERS, F l.tWrnl Adrsnco on ConklKiiuioiit" FREE STOUAGE. ly In,urnca. Ar f!nWfc tv r rovv. ys-yariac-- n " .y-ftj- as SCHOOL HS IF IT WERE DONE WHEN 'TIS DONE, THEN 'TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.TJIOKLY JtajMilisajegss)iswaw MMaiiailsaaiaajTsaaasakllamsaSFSllSI I Willi iWliilSlMUsMSSWsMslaMISjJ jiijj AND CHUrtCH. THEY HAD A OANOb. IVORY Oireraai f"'" ,j Men's, Boys5 and Children's & H Marked down to the lowest Suite EBB TIDE OF PRICES. PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY. SOAP 99 Pure, THE BEST fOR EVERY PURPOSE. if Goods must be moved to make room for Spring Goods. In orderjto do this we have put the knife into them. - IMMENSE OUT IN SHOES. Nothing has escaped the keen blade. Urns) Th irllnn anil red, Jiai rnirrca iter litcktiU'twai o(J TH1 ton let llvlr. .ithei. ltmtiKU fMaJin declared It wt nothloj Imt .n.rv-'- t Xni tin poor womia Uoujtt tba mntl certainly die. Till rtrorlta rreKilptlon" ib happened to trr. No woader lu praiiea ao loodlf Ihaj .peak. once and well (a a ireea. tho tn Utter at iras poulticed tier irai kiiu imuuimj htr irra'j. Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps. Prices slashed in all lines at GISH CORNER R. R. BOURNE, Ninth & Main. Pronounced Hopless, Yet Saved. From a loiter written by Mr. Ada E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D , wo quoto: "Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on my Lungs.cough sot in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four doctors gave mo up, saying I could livn but n short timo. I gave myself up to my envior, determined if I could not stny with my friends on earth, would moot my absent ones nbovo. My husband was advised to Dr. King's Now Discovory for 'oiisumptiooj Coughs and Colds. I gavo it atrial, took in all, eight bottles; it has cured me, and thank God I am now n well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at It. 0. Women Who Die Early. ing Down Pains, Rupture at O CiKCtiuaa birth and Miscariiages. Ono package 1M0 Bnwaur'. aaftir n.ln UeUm A stock company has been formed of "Koto IJuds" will make a new womDBflTIST, lvanawaiyi.llrMlucetIitni. Krary h.rM owo.r bnr from I to O. Un.a an of you. (Lcucorrhcrt or Whites aro to control tho boot and ahoo trade .na za ctrnia Offico over Kelloj'o Jowolry Storo, hero at last js a corporation which have HijfiH ntrtrnDdirh.1 raw irri. and paeklnt In aUfflia u par relate KY. generally cured by ono application.) a solo. Chicago Times. rurMekairiatad R.DPl.th.ul. MrcA BOPKINSVILLE 1'iico per packago (ono monlhticat-mcut- ) $1.00 e out by mail post paid, tVhUVr Itul' securely packed. Tho Lcveictto SpeGood Looks. air me w a cific Co., XM Washington St., Boston, W. W. par Hook Good looks aic more than skin deop, lees JLt W dsYlB tlrufara ent lrf Mass. ur.i; depending on a healthy condition of M rtM.Wor.1i.nr.M ,r, AITORNEY AT LAW, AfLA'I.l,OA. yfflce M'. ,'lmcbsli-itall the vital organs. If the Liver be HOPKINSVILLE, KY. "Waiter, havo you seen my hat? Inactive, you have a hllliom look, if your stoniaclio is disordered you have A now ono" "You aro too late; tho a Jflce v et aide of Court Square. Dyspeptic look and If your Kidneys host ones liavo boon gono for nioro bo allcctcd you have a Pinched Look than an hour." Chicago Ledger. Secure good health and you will have YOUNGMENOIBMEIf JAMES A. YOUNG, M. ., good looks. Electrio Bitters is tho III IS TUl TOIII SI TNI SliriSIS If SISIASU TAar aaka barala caff.rta t. fr.a gieat alterative and Tonic acts direca.w mi naa a.cra.ii.uj Homeopathic Physician, HORRID SNAKES SHAKEOFFTHE Keep eray hairs from forminir by tly on these vital organs. Cures PimVTvijr ir (if. ..la d..f.lr ..a noa lata aa .tr(f HOPKINSVILLE, KY. (ra.a.rTkaiuiaaoBIIt.r. Iaiiu.nl using Unit's Vegetable Sicilian Hair ples, Blotches, Boils and gives a good o complexion. Sold atlf. O. Hardwick's. ii ii r- -. v. OUR NEW BOOK Offioo-C- or. Main and 9th Sta. Iiononcr. Child- Many of our mostlcautiful and accomplished ladies die before- they liavo Office over O. V Campbell's, East reached tho prlino of life. Of thoso who Ilvo to middlcjagc only ono In. two Bido Main Street. huudicd is other hundred KY. and tiiuct sound; thegufl'crer. "Why ITOPKINSVILLK, arc t. is it? The shattered health cum he rcstotcd; tho homo made happy, and your life lengthened WILL PBAOTICE BIS PROFESSION IN if you commence! at once. ALL ITS BRANCHES, "Koo IJmls" liavo been used for 20 cars in tlio private practice of ono of Offieo: Over Bank of Hopkinsvillo. Virginia Streot. the inoit eminent physicians of Pari , Keaidoncos South HOPKINS VILLE, KY. and the following diseases and their dUtiossiug symptoms yield to thorn like maglu : Ulceration, Congestion, and Falling of tho Womb, Ovarian C, Tumors, Dropsy of tho womb, Hear- Hardwick's. Self-neglec- DR. J. P. THOMAS J Tho torturing pains and distressing nervousness which accompany, at times, certain forms of "femalo weakness," yield liko maglo to Dr. rierco's Favorito Prescription. It Is purely vegtablc, perfectly harmless, and adapted to tho delicate organization of woman. It Allays and subdues tho nervous symptoms and relieves tho pain accompanying functional and organic troubles. It's a legitimate medicine an Invigorating, rcstoratlvo tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine, and a positive remedy for "femalo weaknesses " and ailments. All functional disturbances, Irregularities, and doranpements aro cured by it. There's nothing like It In tho way it acts there's nothing Ilka It In tho war it's sold. It's to give satisfaction In every case, or the monoy paid for It is promptly refunded. Bead tho guarantee on the wrapper. Tou lose nothing if it doesn't help you but It will. guar-antetd Junius McDavitt, HSaflLilk 5 itsioiiia t3T rati. Aaents Wantedi CLARKE, I ,r tmMBl b..-.ib- Tolo-phon- connections houso & oUico. mVAtoy& fallmll.dllwfc..rl.taa r Mt aJ 1. ATAjL " IA Thero uro many n church member Andrew Searzentx M. D., who would be scared almost to death if ho could only fool his own spiritual MUSICIAN AND SUBGEPN pulso nud find out how near dead he is, Ham's Horn. HOPKINSVILLE, KY., North over City Can. Ue.ldeae oa Office '( Diseases which OF afllict tin. Telephone connicnoaa. EVERY i mankind aro duo to FOUIJ disorders of tho blood. SHERWOOD-.-HOUS- E In fact, if the vital iluid is kont in con (Under Hevr Manatement. dition, tho tendency to any disoaso is T.C.BRI1WELL,PR0P'H lossenod by threo fourths. A harm Call Bell.. less egotnbIo remedy, which clean-se- s ri Sample Boomi. IlciaSvatcni J2jDr. KiTES - tho blood, should bo takon occasBpeolal rate taj the week ionally by overy ono. In tho young, it assists in tho development of tho ,'cn"lr,oe..ucu,t EvanBvillo, Ind. body and mind. In tho adult, it holpsnaturo to keep up tho equilibrium of strength, which is taxed by KIUST NATIONAL tho labor and cares of lifo. To tho old and thoso with tho infirmities of itu tonio GRAY & YOUNG, Prop. age.it is invaluable for to provont nud strengthening powers, E. NINTH ST., NKAK MAIN. diseases which aro so often fatal to Sharing 10c. Shampooing Sue. old people. This remedy is Swift's Hair Cutting 25e. done In Specific (S. S. S.) It clears out all tho work and all , nthlnc but firit-clgerms and poison, and builds up thu Sallafactlon gusrAiiteod. human organism. W o will mad free a valuable-- book to till applicants. "Gentlemen," said tho tramp, "it is many days sinco food has pa3od my lips. I would like to And tho pooplo fled. Now York Herald. dino-a-mito- ." rSrvv. 3wmxcftf - matatla aralaalt.lr aar HOME TREATMENT. ra, t- ..a vLw Ortaaa afafiittiaaa a( tlia Iia, t.lh.wtjr vt . ant A Hi I. (rttl.4) Mnnywomon find great difficulty Sanckaa Ortaai ran e":VJrVri!aJrn m nrranging their hair becomingly, Oioiaa a r All! at aODT aaada latn I. ail Uttraatal. becauso of its harsh and coarse texturo. T."l..,7JVaT-.l.f.llj"rl..By tho uso of Ayor's Hair Vigor, tho ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.M.Y. nitir ijocomos sou, pnant, ana glossy. Tho Vigor U tho most cleanly of all fit AAA ' Scientific American hair preparations. Agency for .'-. A rMiiaa u.ak.., H.r.ca. Vaa' aaaa . Ba47 aa Ulac. ISacta at Irrara er "Ueaaaaa. aiaalal or uiiti O.aaral tk. aaarat raa.'.at Partial Approval. Ethel (showing her engagement ring) "Don't you ndmiro his tasto?" Maud "Ye-eas far as jowolry is conoernod."-rNos, w jaV KaBaaHaiaaKrff-i!pMOCBIQN 4 lorkSun. Tlicy nillri.- PATENTS COPVRIQHTS, ito. F pfonaaUoa and trta Handbook write to OOSBl IiaoAvwar. Naw oBr. OIomi baruu for aeenrtna pat.nta In AmrrtM. bret-gii- t S"rTfS-!-- 1 ua pubtlo Lj a aaa outbr "a la of etiwak befun noUoe Klren irM la Uia BARBER SHOP, h ultlceU her ttt aD.I ponltlced b.r Tiled innlM.ellxlni, palu.llllcn and aaltei. '""" "tlDf n0""n certalnlr UlieKirwumanthougUtiheiamt liu "Kaoil(e I'jcicrlptlon" ahe bapptued to t No wonder lu praise. o Joudlr ther Pak: "Cr ' oure' uU w a wUl,Br"r uorvousnosa nt times, certain forma of fomale, yveakness, yiold lileo magic to Dr. i'lorco s Favorito Prescription, It is purely vegotablo, profoctly ana ndaptod to tho dolicato harmloss, organization of woman. It always stops and Hiibduos tho norvous oymptoms and rolievcs tho pain accompanying functional and organic troubles. Quar- 1!I"Y0,pr,ul0C40n and uotUo-wrapp- bufnane.?') " w" gtitntlik amcrirmt Vwfc. Physician & Surgeon, TENS., CLABKSV1LLE, Dr. W. UUWlouo, t Tho torturing pains and distress-m- g which accompany "' lMffit elrenlatlrn of any aclenUSa paper In tho world, rlplen-lld- lr IMu.fratal. No Inlallleant "- - rI.,'H,a. wnnoni iu weeair. mj.i ll.'O ali rooritha. Addrpea MUK ier A CHANGE OF GAD3. Tlrinn- - AMIABLE M?DDLERS. M.at bubatltiitn Kwltrlir. r.ir tli lli.i.k. 1 EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT AND OHRONIO DISEASES A IOX IW. D1SKASE3 0KTHE r.pl. Von Hi Tiinilna r liciliiir riiuhivi.li k..vr lillilrt'ii SPECIALTY TO ALT.. 3 " lUuatraied Cau-r- tl logus, ououlnlng alt iMitmentj! eoinrilete &'&tA?USvyiWS ' lUtbeleeal Minti.jS BulM, tsl&Hbrffvfcrr Stdi, FrulU. Rooti, ,S CrapaS Sm !fVlnei. Shrubi aud i- iSlllU'SS'sl yrabJ'TVNt-''- ' in cuititun,s UmallrtfREis;? Rp. rtoiiiAppiieu. NEWS KfflSfe 5 a.- U 1 9 K- VtfokfSlKT E""tSWff!SSl., 6: JZ7tiifK" FREE & B vS K k WwViWrWVtr.Wt.tiiftVlri.SVtBlr!'.u.i'.,rii .rkx, as itok, AiUre S HMlLhWKtH,lMlumtu,ur :r U5AKrsiS"glTltiJtant l'lANIS,tlqi.alltyol.jB l.l vm rt'iti ana ii an iuiuiiiliq ('ur.furl'llfi. l'rlixijl. fly Init(Vl'cirinill. HnippM ,rf Ammwji i n rjm." Jtoi uuo,vy Vurlt Utjr. i MOTHERS'! FRIEND" Tr.s'-;x.- r jtWdV 2 fcA u To Young S Mothers j w I Makf s Child BIrih Easy. 1 auorcens Lessens Pain, ATLANTA. j i it- l J.. by the Leading Physician. S BRKDFIELD REGULATOR OO, yuxiK. J t SOLD DV ALL. DRUQOISTS. SI. I Z J She Wont to tho back dour nud called pneumonia, or other nnuiniinr. pasos, Hood's Snreapnrllla Is just what "Benry onl llenryl" to her husband, is nooded to rostoro tho 8tron?th nn.l and when he came lu ulio .ild; "I've found out nil about It from the vigor so much dosirod, and oxpol all poMon from tho Wood. Hm had stranger." "What?" wondorf ul success in many such cases. "Why, tho row "' ' i every ono of onr seven young 'ini-- i i.v tfettht' dootas Hood's Pills uei BHpociaiir ution adders." a f..."-tho liver, rouslmr it. fmm "What's tho untiM?" i Hh iiHlural duties, euro "It's our IhjnIii' Vhi on the oars with constipation nud assist digestion. Uat poshy hymn uol( mt ofta.ul We've (rot to ipilt It. and dn you CO over In, the lot tlrst tliliiff t'lil cut 'ma a bit "TllO rllelcllllll. .,,..!. !. i.i. bundle the(fads to us on 'om the rest c? of asked BroniW. "Ian'tj Do',ar Bnd the weoUl" Detroit I'rM Piom. i uuu on iiourr was tho characUr-tstioronl- y of hid clcso friend.-Youk- -ori; Tim lluin.lr Applo. btntesiuau. Apples contain nourishment of a valuable kind, and n larger amount of phosphorus than any other fruit or vegThoBwitfanlvo In the world foi etable, uml on this nrcaunt they aro notbarof t)wn wil.uirHiiln blundervery Important to kmluntary men who ers who nmwuto U tlienuelvcs tho Cuts, Uruises Soros, uiwn SoU work their luiiliih over Sortvi, Totter. C their rlffhta of their frtemle." LoutsrilU Jtliniim, iai.nl muscles. Tli(y nlh.) intlior than acids contain tio Skh'p' C;hllb,ul"- - Corns 'and Uiat lire uecdmt ovnry lny (uspcclally rupt.oii.s and positively cum for sedentary men, the notion of l Ixajll.ii limn,' guar llvrr Is sluindah) to elimiuute vthota. "Did Ann iruiii iu tub by going to unt.HHi to gho viTote satisfaction, or Vasaar?" monoy rofnnilwl. lrlMa6 cenU per matter, which, if rcUluod in the ays- ., "Yes. tem, producdn iunetton of 'the bralok "xi. a. in IS on tho end box. For saio by II. If, Garnorr , un.l I..U..1 .f.1 itheriianij 1.. w'tv t A ia. now." Jury. hi aiju iTiioiu rilTSlPm, CaUA Injf aleoplness, i.curry and troublesoine' lll.lliiitioii. ulid l)IITerncea, Tliorti is no valid reason why tho diseases of tlmsliln Aj.plu inannaludu Kitv Dlilll It Ull't nronar frr i.tt. wlfo ahoulil K(n uway liuaaRicat loputnUiui ni a bwccluicat ellwb treoi, it It, iminiuia? from tho ball if aha wants to go. oven for children, uud buked apples can Mrs. Wild Not this caon, denn bpt if sho does havo to hardly bo too much used by pureons of vroar pumna, rou can ndoyouraufeiy U..ycIe,Tj'upk, any se. Old Homestead. ooniorviilo Journol, Tomon-stritcd, "The pii'sum; iiumkucNN of some people U pastcrnlm-tn-iv,loimirkuclnlaclj recently In lonveiwillon. "I allowci my little gill tn t.piii(l mi afternoon a frieml, mid ulmii sho returned her little khis !m,l lieun pierced, and n onrrlnjr liiui(f In tliem. J fialr ofupon it iihim unwBrrantcil piece of laipcrtlnencu, ,m,j w prusrnt of the oarrlnRs did not reconcilo mo to It In the leant." "That rcmlmli ma,"' said another lady, "of my with ineildlora tor I can not eull llioin anything else, I sont my llttlo ilinwhtur mt to walk Tvltha friend who. Ijccnuso tho child Complained of a slight toothaehc. toolc her to a dentist, and had two of her Vey tooth puUnd. When I alio wild ulie ImiUpaTd tho hill. It was the low o( UIUi u10 fact that nnyboily darn meddle with 1 my prUIU-Kia- . that iH'iotted. Who eould forcUo such stupidity?" Anothor Imly told lie.' htorys "My father wit inc a vory lino hunting iloif. tilmU a on'oreil to bring throiiRh puppyliiHMl for nm, I saw tho doff oceiuloiinlly. mill hu w.is getting to bo a beauty, liun (,mi day my friend walked In and hamitil me. with a very triumphant air, t bills. " 'I aultl .lpoi-- , ulio Miiil. 7or I Uuew you would ruther Iwvu the mouey than tho dog." "I Infoi'iiiail her, uh whmi as I could spcaic, limi l wmiUlift liavo talton ono hundred dollnnt forhlin, or parted with him at any pi Ico, uml alio regarded me as if doubtful of m.y annlty, Sho was it. to Bar fnitlifully carried out for many years. you aro with him?" Vi i,. down thoso of tho otbor girls." Now lork Press. After The Grip And af lor typhoid lover, diphtheria, "lou soom to think very highly of lllm TInna lin ..!. JUUTIOUKB l..l WliOn " i, The old in in hu K'.iio out to feed inr saale, and us I bit liilldiijr to tho wla tiro or tlireo of tii u'iWiIimi cnmohiing-riaround lmr. 'Ilia youujfest, a b"6jr of three, wns liyltitf to ellmb up onher lap when bho umiJuiI out for a book on tho stand and uacd it t" 1,'Ito hlui a resounding box on tlio car. lie ran away howling, mid ns hIio begnn tell-log how ttoulilouoiuc children were I' replied: "Haven't yim evorheurd, ma'am, Uiat boxing a chlld'a ear may cause deafness? "La! no!"sliiiii'plk'd, "Does any oijo rowiy soy so surgeons aay ao, and thoro Is no "All doubt of It." "Is It posslblol Kxuusfl mo a minT about fnnr nrltea, and tvnkisl mo If I tii tbw order. Philadelphia Times. Amertoa, throih the Ainorlenn didn't wnat to attend. dance "Is that toarrt, expandwl lu flftyyoars$l,3r0,000 talking tilt aairteevening."' heard diem about lafct tn ivangnllie Hawaii, ami 1ms ilnrlnu "Verr llWIv." that time received aUn.t H.OOO.WW a "The Stevens liya are going to be yesw In towlo. Knirland'S mlwdons are said to briiiK baok ton ouuds lu trade there?'' "Certalnlyi they live out that way." for avery pioinrt flven to convert tho "And the Jones buyrt?" heathvn. Illustrated Chi Istlnn Weekly. "They'll bo trntra," A speaker at the recent Interna "And Is.thtru a young man named tional conferva slmned by cxporlments Hurt noblnlon? upon ncho.il children, when threo or "Oh, yes; he clerks In the poatofflco." four soma In nrithuatlo were Riven In "And Is thero another named All succession, that each sum showed nn TTilllaras?" inferiority to Hie previous one, both in out here." "Vcs he runs a correctness and u rctfiinli the time In "And there's a girl around hero Which It was oomrilctcd. This ono inc temewhore called Jennie, Isn't there?" rdty employetl was eradiinlly exhaust"Exactly; he'a my dnughtor."d ed, a frcali pleee of eriilcnce showing "Well, I gitem I won't giv," the ncceselty for iliverslty of worlt. ''Hut why? I can promlso you ft In the Itoumii Cnthollo church. In splendid time." the sixth eontiiry, It wnsordntucd that "Well, the Stevens boys and the tto commemoration tdmuld be imulo In Jones' bov were loth In town this the Buuharist for such ns committed forenoon buying revolvers for the This ccctcslnstlcal law dance, nnd I heard that Hurt llobinson continued till tho Ueformntlon, when wns going to allele a big liowle-knlfIt was admitted into thostntntolaw of Into Alf Wllllnnis If ho nskrd Jennie to England by the unthorlty of parlia- daueo with him. Something wos also ment, with the eoiiHsuntlon of lnudaud mentioned about somvino shooting old fHHla. Till ISWt the body of tho sui- Scott If he showed up, nnd about pick cide was directed to be burled In a cross. ingn fuss rrlthyoiiu f.lvlugalon and road, and a statu, to Iks driven throucb shooting him full u( It "Is that all you hoard?" ho asked. The American ttiiudny-achounion "Isn't that enough? I don't want to the following report of Its work be killed out there.' makes "Colonel, don't lie captious," ho thmiifr the three yrnn last March. It ha In thin time eitnblUhcd 5,201 now earnestly remarked, "therc'a going to s In needy or destitute bedaneing, In course, und wo want you eominiiultlofs Into which were pntKcrcd to lead the Virginia reel There' go-IS2,8? teehersiiiid 11,017 scholnrs. The to bo hluHitlng, lu course, and wo re.nlta In nHiversiona rind tin. develop- have reserved n plaee for you right at ment of ctiurelu--s from tliese schools Is the back door where you can tumblo l4,tSl eonveriilons nud the orfranlzltif; out tho minute nuyliody whoops. Tho of 884 ehurehen. This work coats about boys will be disappointed If you dou't 600,000 a year, mid reaches those who come." are not provided for by nnj other I didn't go, however. Next uiornlngl ogeney. wns Inquiring for my frUnd of tho day Mrs. Kllen M. nichnrds, who Is In before, ami tin tncnliant whom I Inntructor at the lloston Instltuto of terrogated replied: "I rcekon they hain't toted him In Toclinolony, never misses nn opportunity to tret nil tho housewifely sel- yet." hjm last "DM anything happen ence she cam Into tho heads of the Wk "tech." boya. "They'll ncsl it some night?" "Ho Just hnppemxl to be killed out time," arte stiys, oajrerly, and with ono "All Rlrla do not thnr" at the dance, 'long with two of her bright niniU-s- , marry, but there nre precious few- boys other, ami they do any Hint there was Who don't And I inoan to make these seven wounded!" Detroit Krco Tress. boys competent Instructors In caaotbey WANTED AN OPINION. pet InooinrMBteiit wives. They'll know a trreat deal more about housekeeping Tha Old Stan Wa. Afraid II. Had rirlJ tlmu the men or tills Konei.illon. Tm Murlu A curious custom of tlie flreck We had been tnlking in a general way church was Illustrated nt the funeral In the smoklngcar,whi'n an oldiah taaa the other day of the youuj? (Irand wltli a very lnnoceutexprosslonof counT)uelies l'aul of liuasta. Heforo the tenance suddonlv turned and saldr oolUn was closed the metropolitan "(lentlomen, I've been sort o' looking placed a written paper In tho right around Chicago for three or four days, band of the corpse, which read: and I kinder imagine I got swindled la by the (Trace of God. prelate of tho buying a watch. Hera it is, nud I wish holy Russian church, write this to our you'd look at It nnd glvo ineTyour opinmaster and friend, St. Peter, thu 'crate ions. I hnlut traveled around muoh, lteeper of the I.onl Almighty. Wo and I don't know msny nt the trleks oi to you that the aervant of the a big, bad city, and I h.ite to think I Imperial t'lghneas, the Grand don't know 'nit If not to bite at a Lord, her Ductveee l'aul, has finished he.- - life on swindle Just liiok It over nnd tell mo earth and we order von to admit her what you thlok." into the klnirtlom of Heaven without It seeuied to be a gold watuh and the delay, for we h.ive absolved nil her sins movement In )e nil right, but and granted her salvation. .You will tho flrat man who too'. it fu hand Invesobey our order on .sljrht of this docu- tigated for u moment or two and said: ment which wo put Into her hand." "Well, old man, if yon paid more than twonty-Bv- e dollars for thut thlngyon'vo EVILS OF TEA AND COFFEE. been bitten." "I hev, eh?" Extract trnni a I return lif Ilr. J. II. "I should say," obnerved the second cif tlio Ilnttla reck Sanitarium. sa&n, nftcr a thorough investigation, Poet talk of tho "cup that cheers "thnt If I had my eholce between a but irot Inebriates" referring to cither twenty-dolla- r bill aiad thl wnteh, I'd tea or coffee, but the.se drinks do ine- lako tho bill. I've wen better ones at if they cheer, it Is only nn eighteen dollars. " briate, and evidence of inebriation. Tea and cof"What'syouropiuUin?'' risked tho old fee do, on a largo sonic, what wlno docs man, as hu handed ft Ui n third. on a small scale, because Uiey are much "Humph! Yon won't get mad mure extensively used. There is a "Oh. no." club in London which meets every dwindled you want you havo fcuturday night to havo a spree to "If know It?" on toa, aud name of tliem get "I da" tinder the lalile before they got througli. 1 used to ngent for a "Well, I,os than two years ngo two lloston factory instr.Connecticut be whleh turned girls were arrested for ixdng drunk nud out better looking wnleliea than tlds at disorderly. They swore that they had eiglrt dollar spire.- - Vi the trade." tuken no liquor, nnd no proof could be The old man e!t!? mbck lu his neat ohtuluod thut they had. .Hut on In- and set himself t tliinklu? with a pevestigation It appeared that they had culiar cxpreasHiii i hi his fneis Wo left acquired the habit of chewing tea, and him alone Inhii m as t thought carrieal.lt to the exeetai of Intoxication. him An hour later, I .it down A doetqr teld mo a short time ago that .and asked! his flrat case of delirium tremens rat much did you rvnlly pay for "Ilqw tlittof an old lady frum that watch, nuy'ion?" und it is knouu that inveterate He pulled out his walii-l, hunted out do reneh thin ctiije of intoxica- the bill and .huncd inc- - tho figures. I knew of man some tion sometimes. Tho prlco of the w.ls fourdollan time ago iv lirhaddolIiium tremens frou and a hnlf, with a jrnnrnuteo on tka use of tobacco. the bill for ono yeter Jeiyeler'a Clrculs. A,phystoinn to one of thelnrgo manuEnfacturing establishments In Now I'rriudt Woni.li. gland told inu of u curious disease Frenchwomen tf very auporlor to , once broke out umnng tho v hlok Frenchmen, ns we m us a rule. Sometimes fifteen or twenty They coutnln in tl ciaji-c- . the ndran-tnggirls wcrti seized with delirium durirlg of two dKtinrt und while the day and would havo to bo carried possessing neuiH' .as miuh personal home and the disease seemed at first charm as in yoil tlwv '. no nil that quite puzzling. At length It was dls one gains by os i , , m mnturltv. was prevalent Theyke"! tn .. covered that . r young among the employn-t- , and that they coum not no i u t pa ,j nt ease, brought a supply dally lu their poekeU. and baton at '! a talk Tltey recall The ulrls were sent home to recover, tho day of the salmi lieoanao they nre aud when they resumed work, It ready to sacrHrsi theiiiaelr, to the was necessary for Mime time to search group whloh they gather around tliem, them ewry morning to make sure and they have also an ambition to be that'they did tint tnke up tho evil liiiblt useful, ulileU whs unknown to tho There la more drunkaunoHS In n cup of prcclcuses rldienle. Indeed, a n tea ,ihan In a like quantity of logei of any ig- wmat to havo a beer? a lms been proveti by actual private elixir of i r own, which stays analysis. 'I'm nud colfco are moro by her tin o.i .rh od .rt;i.vltiyU rethan alcohol, becauae port, throuxb i id 'ep they are mure generally used. Their fortune) she .il .. ffartune und 'evil pleoalng, cheer. evil results are nut generally recogj1 nnd hyiupaL'ti-tt;- . Ilaruer's llazar. nized, but some of tho inont gcrloui of nervous dlsoidorN are burn of the use of tea and colfeo. Many people ge through life partially intoxicated oa tea from mouth to month nnd freM y onr to year, nnd u veiy large proportion of them aro women. lteportod by Helen L. Manning. 1 aaw-mlll r. o Bunday-aohool- l'rlnee It I.lil !ot Ailmr li,e 'r'tiiid Tiling to he Hci.!.iii Itorjrheac, baa untereil tin1 Jesuit order ofH" Aftor dinar una of In Homo. hiiiI has taken the oath of invnty and Uimilllt.v lie la a yorrhg rials omrtM orer to fie hot I und In tormed in thai ilirre u, v lie' to lie ihhii. only JtiNt Itirnwil Is, and I a Of couraa. lilavnat wealth will adaneetbiit t.lsrlit nut in the country PrliiM' IpiioHto, n nephew of i - aPiOL'SSENS URES. T.4IS HOIMAR v lOUGh'S fOHTl,l;inST20VEAR5. CEUBRIXTEB RWE1Y tMSUMUSUVUTH SMCCES5 f OR SAlfcEVEIlY WHERE ONSUMPTI0M smmm&mmmammmmmammmmmmmmmmBmLimmmmmmm wmsm rti.4 i.h.n .1Se. Oan', ii is a - O, a r 1' l "ntltllanl" rovrr.rarku ivtaln 'Aniart, u V.,.iiler," wr I., JIUc. .niiiMir.ar. LuihliraUe. eat a, prt atrala, foek aliaoat IUr UifranUiamuma, eaca 30a. t w...,.iir. hiib, i pai,i Jo -jckt Qiolr Ueranlnma, fa, U 'JV, I l t .00 rani, ati at s i aam torn uviuru rtuafr. i'- -', r free, nboorderaBl Anyone not no amlerllreanhata Vlca'aMieiiias cut wona from ua Ufora Jlr lat. Om Hirt aajll "Biawli at lieal rn,,. olan tnari.TCBioaM-,- . rcraon IMcmld"la 1' una. Flawara lc vegiiauic., ah ,,j,u nan ". ....- fitdcr. h m.tf ti. 1.iiltl fri,m Srtt ... e.nf.. . . I Y .. (Ml 1"..V aniri earn imirrnm imn--u M0-l- b A packet Allien hPJhl afVB trf'TON'S :;E.K3PILESa Hlchaat TESIIMONlAli! All'nail.la.r Mailed Cotton Bslt Route, St. Louis, Arkansas and Tt xtxs Ry." TO Arkansas and Texas Two Daily KltOM TIIK ON1.V J.INK Tiains lUeatrl.rrrUa. 3 LMakV K Th. r ( WINKELMANN A BR0VVM Diur Co. i"" Baltimore, Md. LHIaH ml l..rl WSKH 3 33CE'I3:XIS. Nrt C'hsitsrM of Cnra to 'IMN'K J Ll IK. TBXAHKAVA. FT berviB. WOHTH CORSK'.i.VA, TYLK, malattal and aC aai Or In xrmeiliatu I'oUits. 'nt f 1,ea4a. V ISwrta b a a. II'"-ta- l laa0..lall'.ain .3 "III"'.'! Avoidiii(r i loii(? and tisaarabl lo m. ,r ) t I oil awl. r .at' .vr anit.i.i., r r oiiinihiis transfer at Mecnt kit. isishi:i.jilllll'IJ asi EI.KOANT DAY C0A0HS8. IIIKtW S iia.. mi.Ti BUFFCTSLEEPJCHS, jiollli ma. MM lw KOPFALiNE fc POP isa lM-aa'n, ADAOHE 8 ll WASNsa- a. I. IIF.CLININO l',gntr.Si,.a lila. tl. CHAIR OARi W. v Oeoeral AH. Xonii.i, TfiBrmomster lislow Freozlng E. O. l.allBAifWK, I). MII.I Kll. 'en, I'aia. A Oen TradleVan. W It. IK I)liltll)UK,Ornri)Uaaac. o si. (I rt'ilt sits ijQtiisvitte PULLMAN' and Memphis HulTet Sleeping "e, LouifTilh', MwHvliis, VioLsburj;, Ba- loti Itoupw, 'Lt) New Orleans, l vin. Memphis. roN Car. v 1IIK Ve a.K " 1M ann v c i a.aalled a axla, Vt flraua a an at.Yootbouaaod maa a ar n.Ua'1,taaHal alaf lb. ei. wnhwit J iwawt? N, he rrfr thai can ItWe'a V. (JiirK ik, AND OlkARlE aCBta UaaHli.iurs a.4 a KMraa laca bawr. Ki. I.,,.-.- , ... blnaa,)a'lanKla, naiaj.L'l. MarHM. IMd KbIhI llalllaiiie, Cunfullt la. J. i "I mi,II liauvllle, M MMJIIUASThtcN .IMr to tan raou 1CI-log- ?, aolf tlaiai.t. Aad teta a nua Wh wam and Snr at twt a t"r. are IbH ll iW "rMi HtaaJ Sllar " 11r wiurjnwf, I'd W. tatraafead l4.rfllk.-n- , 'aTier ar hfit. IblvitatkM aa if liaaVwffc Tooannrnhoir-a- lkl Iki aaara. fW,MI realoared IhroaigTinirf. UVav rervf rip; and ib-- Wat'Mia ai wirtae d. If 'trad o't KAsrill.N i IVIN7S atriT'. fu ti tit UrH,t 'i 'H- -. s . s.it" lati-r-a- e falna, Htmtry Naia J UM Sjirtaea reaJrlBt,ah'lwarlrideiaiddttil ' It Ikware r uu ueva aval umral alaaafed ilb " fiah BrMad" na Trade Ma,k IVmi'I aeeen aar ph(,-- W ik " V'h an. rwi caa ht aad iuairaitol wnhut eitra coaU lr ot. I J SiiIi" dl.td i vt A. J. 'OWsiR, - ftoston, Hm. fie. a I l, M.I a. a, aad illl, ofiir'-- iriii Tiiwsr, . ra I .r lil'rm, ,ii dla.lrat nn r.roaaa ..'ii.,i . l in iroougk .an, AS1 a, radit- and.eal . i ill iHi;a"A. I f rV Tlaliv OSLV A a I aii Hi fit-- . Saa vria -, mp' ,4 uir Hk. fiaa, . m a, r lt' l.arr.tinr.if llawakla. and dre ft W r I U-e-n alU Win r.(f, Aieat. Xntiua or H. I'hoUTr.uar.'l Ara.l I wm K.a: JMrer audi to Tal,lii4 ' tlirlSVILIJr. T. 4.0 MMU fcMi v veToJ IVrfeetlr I tea-tope- lln-ni- es V Well. FlLLMoar, Unbaqo Cc, la., Spt ISS). IJIaa K Flualgan vrlut UfljMbara.nl aUtcr uard I'aato- Konli;'a Narr. lonlo fui U uoie B.arialia. Tavr are boUi nrfoetlf aud Urul of pralelog the Tun In. La VaiUf. Haw Uexleo, Jolr K, ISM. Whan I aa vocn raj mother bad a Lad friths and ab. ma boaum baoau.a I aa erjruig, and two Iioura artor I had tha Aral attiaek of bwart dlacaaa, 1'utor Kwnliia erT Toolo baa doe uia luueb ttuud ar.1 I lia.1 toa doatiad effect. lIIliUKt, A. UUKUIN. UonniLTOM, Ark., Oct. II, lfJU. Tor four year uir atopd.usnwr viaaaubeet lo epit'Ptlo ata, and uu of Paatur Kotilii'i Werva 'lonlo gar linruedUba aaMa'actlon aud alurai abr comiawwd uklnj it ah. lute not tiad erru iba alUihuit artuptouia or lh dlaoaae. Jl f baarU.lt tbasla to thl uiadlcln J OUN bCUUIDT. LOJIYILLE liar. Met Yonrl'uutc-nL- h WJIEN YOU io 00 n.rr lir New Studio, Ko.UU7W.'ValtlutSt.fOerSlae'aolajr'a I.Ot WYBRANTS Tbaalte.) IhVHIk. riacKE, aa.- tb' ttrui m biu m a. K. FREE oUaln eio ioor Ilila inctllrlno free uf ohnme. TLIa rvAjMlf baa lia r,r.n.r.,l hr th. ftjavrnd (Virt Warn., lad. MdcHX, and h.wni(. Caaior ivreparvd et bla dlrMUou b aodar tba VaKi.kl. I)la,ta. anl amk lomaiao freo arir and tuiieni. A Haa-M- addrv-.- , sissiDDi.auVHniif! II r-- J ICOCr.'iCr.U'DOOr, Chicago, III. Se'dnrHmraL' tan tan por UutUo. 0 for 85. rirvuSlz.a.V:. 0 Ilnttlta air (V I u "Louisville, Ky. by Ilonz aUIe'ury (L.JhQ.andT R,R.) : v4 20IE.MarkotSt, THE POPULAR UKIII-III- LINE Trcnch-wormi- 1VBN ' ' l Imiittit ui tin fiitirirtu L4 Through N. litE OKEAT R. Ri rriUnJir lnj Trunk Line 'VlS'fr The lllee and Hurar llouVra.nd iVntVl.taa.Sn) ' ouxe aie leilVaVii.. .Jl er fall lopleaao e.itlall the pUervaa V.il!?l. - Our lluma I.ir. We shoula thmth, ute," fi'li-n- those to whoae lovo wo aro IndobteJ for thein. We have but to think of thl love that alieltt'icil our Infancy nnd guided our feut In tender years, nnd ol nud sncrlflces, tho tolli thu enjl watchlna. the care and anxiety tjtio loaa of nsat, tho broken nights, tha. planning, tlie praying, tho weeping, and all the roat --of love for love ar Ways iwata along tho days of chUaV IiimmI and yuiilh. Then ofAtlmes muci In our homes has corat nf the tlowu mil the past, the fruit of tho la bar and suffering of a line of ancestor Thus every oonvfort and joy and beaut' thould be suercd as u saarament to ui beenuse it lias been gotlon for us bj hands of lnvaV at cost of toll and tavlnj and plnehlng' economy und lMrt.lt Imco Press. self-denit-1 svlf-denl- not forget thnt though tlicy nre oun without priee, the gool things of onl homss have nut been without cost ts Look nt our homn life. lest known tno Many peculiar point nuke Hood's superior to U other inedlclaes. recuiur in comlilnatlon, proportion, ana preparation of Ineredlcnti, 1 Hood's Sariaroillla posseaaca Uie (uUcurallto value of Urn Its Peculiar Jlood'a a IsnKtTlha Olnolnnatl. Lozington, Lounrt Evaaovillo, St. LouId, Nashyillo, liomphls, Mont Mobiles, and Now Orloano, Aniltliecltlcaof between thacltleao Ikrou.h suni iloaaUtbe 1 aioo fertile srrl.uu.iral Catlfurnfa and a aala all tha olil,, ItA'F illalMpiill).ii. ".)?'' .. rt'o. S."1 aVeai eouSa tllkCM til ki.1. ..! yir round I WITHOUT ANDBPEEU CIU.NUK) T& DNBIVALEI), tjotaMo recullar In anu economy- JS (. S remedlei3ao klnt s ll.cfnllli ,i. II..H Shortest & ,Cyyr strength !2; onlymedl-elno From St. Louis, Evnnsvillo and Hoiidereou to tho Quickest Roit i SOOT uxuiT.SRtffsrtv "us ye,i,,;!!r",, .,- TT.-,- . zL'rn r'rAKt., ?.rP..?"" llnu "'ounill Apiu ;j, araoal Medieinr.. in laifer and smaller- - liotllei require larcer doses, and danni iroduceas rood reaulti n iTne. reeuUar In lu mndiei.i IIood'jBarsaparllla accomullihea rare, mil! erto unknown, and lias a on for Itself tha title Of "The errMeat 1,1,,1 purifier over OneCV to otj laldjO vDolUr." trulr ylilcli can Dosm "Ouo Hundred S0OTHEAST& TiK,TJfAT,,4'l'fei. tt.n.JIAUttV,J OeuTXiav. aV Courier-Journa- l. jjerft Sliivvnr "This is ono of thoso renins,, Isn't itl" Landlady "What do you intvitt. sir! Sliivvor "it Movurjji)(nulx)in thirly-thredo Kiuea. o Ma-ou- ic IUUI.U-U- milk-iriin- 's uonosty, my boy, Iis tho uiiii.y Mnnrl''s SarsaDar Ilia ut'ii jHdiey; ivowmnn "An, yoar Bald bj all di.il.lj. flnlKorfj. that Mlii-- lapsed aoino tuna ngo t a I MOO 9 CO, A totbKrt, lrrdaidT Lqwell, Mtu, buiuu nine ago, om iohow, 0vV lloruld, loili Dollar lu It nf .a... y ether preparaUon rJkX'no .. v.v.. ,,.- m '.my la pu iuvra aa luae, a rciamen lis popuiAniy Svand confldeneo among all slum people so steadXaitiy, ci Ho not lo Induced to buy other preparation, but bo sure to pet tho recvltar Medicine, plienomo. Vsoldl KjJt Vothir U: purifiers. V'.. iVl'eeuiiar Lowell, where thn of mere is now Homeot jioons oarsaparma i vcuiiarinus'-goountm,- dlseovereit,"jrv st cities to Nash, T From and Chattanooga, villo 2S making direct with cou-tio- u Tlirough- - Ooaohes nbovb TraBa Manager, P. ItJtOOBUJ, fnvlaTfpn, O, V. TIME-TADTale effect KoiemberlOtb, TAINS sopra, LE. PULLMAN PALAOEOAli For Athuili, iSiiviiiumh, Macon, Jackson- Yillo and Vohxin mi. ,' yT Is made, Mood lu riorlda. Arkluranilei,'l Marion at I'rlncvtcin Ar Aitsturiru I.v. Kv.natlll.,. Arlleuileraoii., ir I'orvilitu o oaieani-'i.-epp- 8K. So.. yWmft rcnr,l .ll.tSauiiHiClUK .. uliiMpiC.M:.! Jim ..3M.supui leswpn 0:(fttMi.S;spn ,. ;S3loslJpiai U:Ma r y rjf Connoctiona aro iimdu at Qutliriu and Wnshm'o for all wi'Us ",''!(Ouin tuxitif ynsro So HI North. Kant, South and Tiot. t In Pullman 1'nlaco Cars, I.V EMIGRANTS H i thh, road vl)l ruceivo bjwcial loir rates Ar uurinu llenderaon Bgonta of thin cowpauy or rutos ArKTABjlllai rouUa to-- , or wriU to , rtet'S) LouIsylUj Il1llla,n vrUiiiuii .''''No.M.ib' Ar UorjraniiDld Ar llaKiivcn irsirsia .:re:i;Kpa tops 4:6lrttn IWJaw tiMpw IsMaro 8:10 pw ;oimut,o:!0in IPt?JLat2iflll. 0,P,ATJWas,G,r,AT.A mtsmM Of- IlJOaia nut am ipn