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BUTLER. f tha Moat I'opular Soutliarnara la the Amerlean Oengreaai Tlo Bonlor aenntor from South Coro linn, Matthew Cnllirnltlie llutlor, ha attracted confililerablo attention lately by hla specimen anil comment on th lilver bill. Ho wan bont near Orcon-Tlll8. 0.. March 8, 1SS0, received a clnsnlcnl education nt tho academy at Edcflold, and entered tho Mouth Carolina cotlrpo lit 183lj kit UiU Institution before graduathifr, and studied law at Stonelands, the residence of his uncle, Horn A. 1. Duller, near IIgo-tlol- d Court House. Ko was ndmltted o, HOPICINSVILLE, UULHUSII KENTUCKY, F1UDA.Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. E TWICE A. AVEEK AT $2 A YEAR. b-SAV- B mmttm?tmmmnmtn??mt!?r THE CATERPILLAR Do Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report A Btranso Entity Which May Plant or Animal. A Traveler Innocents. A Childrons whito Merino from New Zealand Rrlnc to Chicago a Creators WliMnHtem ta Animal anil Tftiaan Head la Vegetating I'roceaa. Zca-Innd, Pooplo call llin klud of weather wo'to boon having lntoly "Indian Sumraor." Thai's boenuso it' bo trouchorous. The sun smiles In jour face n lillo a cold nlud creeps around tho corner and ntabn jou In thn back. Especially in this titio of thn children. Tho cnroful mothor will 6oo (hat tho tots am gunrilod against tho insidious foo bjr a panoply of warm clothing. HERE'S THE PLACE TO GET IT. Children's Random mliod nud Tests lGeup. nud pnnU 15c up. Children's all wool Scarlot vests nnd Childrons Cainols Hair Vests and rants .25oup. p.vtiLp, 25o up. . Children". lieaTj ribbed Railing-ga- n Childrons Groy Mixed Itiblnsd 18e. Union suits...... Union Suits ......75a Infants Zephyr unit ym(h. .25o Infants fino soft whlto C'aihuicro AVool Vests Children' haud knit Zephyr sacks llie up. 2Go Infants Zopbjr and knit Hooteos lOo pair. Children's hand knit zephyr Hoods 25, 35, DOo Childrons fino llandknit Zephyr Childrou'H Cashmoro wool mitts 18c. Sucks 15 ami 25c Childrons iJnudkuit Equestarian "fc Children's fino double kuee, heel lKKiiK" ChitdruuH hoavy doublo Knoo Fast and toe, Caahmero, wool ribbed hose, Black Cotton IIco 25o ....-lfi- c. Vcl Tants Beautiful lew Lip of Howard 11. Gross, of Chicago, who has recently returned from Now brought with him a cpoclmen of what Is known as tho bulrush catcrpll lnr In everyday parlance, but tho scientific 'namo of which is Hoplalus Viresccn. Th Is singular plant or animal, whichever It may be, la a puzzlo to scientists, who nro unablo to place It In either vcgotnblo or nnlmal kingdom. In New Zcnland It Is called "aweto" and tho scientific namo of tho fungtiB growth on tho caterpillar is Cordieeps Hobertll. This combination fPT''SiavHl aaaaaBHaH of plant and animal Is probably tho most remarkable known, as tho plant kills and takes possession of tho nnlmal. The nnlmul is tho foundation from which It rears Its ntcm and Is tho only source from which it derives Its support. It certainly forms a most er.VATon iitTLtn, bovtii cahomna. surprising link between tho animal to tho bar In December, 1857 wa and vegotablo kingdom. elected to the lcfflBlaturo of South Tho aweto Is chiefly found at tho Carolina Iu 1800; entered the confed- root of tho rata (metrosideresrobusta). erate Mrvleo n enptntn of cavalry In The plant In every Instance e.xnotly the llumpton Legion In Juno, 1801, Alls tho body of tho caterpillar. In tho and !ecamo a major general through finest specimens It attains tho length the rcffulnr grndea. Ho lost hU right of three and one-haInches, and tho leg at tho battle of Ilrandy Station on stem which germinates from this June 0, 1803. In 1800 ho was elected Inxly Is from six to ten to tho legislature of Bouth Carolina. Inches high; its apox, when hi a state ho wnn candidate for lieutenIn 1370 of fructification, r6emble tho ant povernor ot South Carolina, and In bulrush in mtnlaturo. Thoro tbumo ear reculvoil tho democratio vote of tho South Carolina legislatura for United States aonntor. In the Ren-at- e ho succeeded Thomas J. Itobertaon, republican, taking his seat December 2, 1877. Ho was reelected In 18&3 and gain In 18S9. Ill present term of QyJftyrJI l& x ,f Bcrrlco will expire March 3, 1893. Senator Kutlcr Is wno ot tho strongest houthern democratic representatives In tho congress and enjoys tho personal friendship of nil of his colleagues, of party ulUliatlons. lf club-head- 1mmv Powder AESCeLUTELY PURE CONVENT 1 iMHH'nmn;' V 0P MAU SABA. t'na A Night with tho Monks in WUdornoss. 'The Uenon net Monaatery ut flanta Haba-.Marrcloue (Structure llullt night Into tiio Slilra of n l'curful CUaim. A Infants Lang mi lortCkb ii Just received from the manufacturer. L'xrOTLiXiOvlVlL. V11W1Vj1. sT i vlilri.I rarsfJSwETQW! 'CJ- y Rtottr , & Tho peasants of tho Illvlcra provldo horses with tthadc-hat- a during tho summer solstice so that tho heat shall not penetrate tho noblo brain. Tho hat Is the sumo that the pretty Tuscan girls wear, even to being trimmed with rocttvsof ribbon, nmong which the twoears of the horse . protrude llho fantastto ornaments. Tho business iu that jxvrt of the world Is brisk, and the cf- good-hearte- d anl-mal- 'a horse-mtlllnc- HORSE MILLINERY. U HlTlern I'ren lleaata of Ilurden la Wear Hate. A peculiar phaso of humanity Is noticed by tho observing traveler In Italy. "a-. tm w IX A BUIIMBH UAT. ":--" uiummmumummuuuxix?oiioit-YT.ii3:i:- . In Opala Am l'opnlar Our itora. The prejudleo against opals appears to be disappearing. Anyhow they nro popular. There nro several varieties of opal and therefore" sovoral degrees KY. of merit. Tho precious, or noble, or ili lirKT.t 8tre In hi ii'ui kr fU. ktod r have twenty depart oriental opal is the bupromu. This lias Whrenritr iiio( ano&i nrlt W,ru uflrrlnK freat many all the colors, and whon theso colors mint with ntnla.aUWo ttur il'WInr vffnim our New alu-- . Uilnga at Ih.lr natQol li are broken into it Is then ALL OUR PKIUES! 0U11PLANUP BUSINESS! OUR SYSTEM I OUR colled tho harlequinspanglesThen comes opal. Ho Explained in n Ono Line Advertisement. SUUOliSSt Could tho Are opal or gtrasol, with hi oclnth VU WILL NO I' ASK TEN IP WE CAN SELL AT SEVEN. rol and yellow rejection tho former Tlimiaandf ot lluelrii Ik t p to the tKKt ltermtilurff. 8IIOB DKIT. comes from Hungary, Uio latter from SUOBtll" UKDKRWBAlt. L.nil3 Mexico. Tho common, or semlopals, IIVHWHARK ItKI'r. tain"Ilroana rwi t Our ituek U cemtilete aro nonopaloscont. Tiio hydrophane, La4lj' due Hull. Hi Kc Tlioinaad. if Article t lill alMUt liklf llKHlr irlpea. rvgular pfleM Utn'Hl(r.ni(fc or oculua ruundl, is nontransparent, tat K a links nitrt. 6 lioili .lfk le. ChllJien, ah(, from Ko ui. Ijuim at titU reicnUr price but boootucs m by immersion In water Crpl Ti-t- . le pf er MliirtahoM. US No llaeiMac nth TdwI, ewtlufl, te up Hut' ahta, 'i lull, we or any transparent lluld. Tho cacha-lon- g lei Lhiz. lite IIUMllUrLliiK TnnU,itlun Coup Ituek. Utbf nhoei in nearly opaquo and of ft bluish Holli TiblM Linen t Thoannrtt ut 8liei ii to bTATlONKHY IiBI'T. 7lcji-rj-l- r et (irlco, white color. Tho hyalite is colorless, uiit1r lingular okllit In llfl'klnulllc luuiloieii lowfU rery cbep. Xr BMmtlt(vo "Oil n) litMtda l cn Infl nt.uit tli olil 1'eJi pollueld and whlto. Tho opal Jasper PITguUr 1'rtee. OTIO COUNTEK. ull, tl.lit, (. . tu bo iiunil or wood opal Is tho petrtfuctlou of i UKNT3'rinsiaiiiN vr t Till. ItAfKKT. anil o!!atMl!uS wood, opalescent, but without tho col Urn' C iU n Pox to. lip Hnt IlthHbdUT ndvertl.lJlK AtUjltniu SonifroM Iv ehlldreii Well Men Sovl8oxtruiD lfruii limn oring which makes tho "noblo" (fern so iileaaMl w utter Men ' JJfien LrfUIr be up. Needle lo precious. Taper ullarn 'J fur lc Tlilmbli'f 10 imbrlilKt'! Die aUn'a 1'iulirwtar, ili rlirap-ti- t Welnter' r)taplo nulion others kill be Atlrertl.lnc In lluaata. (or Me tell atle. W are Ibe ami lnrKct Ai.'l.ln tlie lloimrj' Ko 10 Tho common people ot llussla as a ctlr hcti nur Rluitr win 11 heeti Nolo e UrlKlnatora ot Low l'rlccii. huadpxt, oN W KnwiloH lowi. rule speak only ,thelr own tongue. COIISCTDEI'T. HtAiI.nvry At Iom than It , llMa awtaiitaiuc. A largo proportion of them cannot CorecU He np ooit at; cr uiurclunU. JUT DKl'T. IIAMDKEltCUIKP DEt'T. read the bewildering characters M0r lll rMTlved .almrut nosiy Y i. UM)i:itlVBAll Mlaaea o up Komnn, Greek and composite Ully trum omi foitvl nlc If, tea' liATtment. which te up it i) tii i&y 141 the tlulUr. IjillsV...wc Outlon to form their alphabet, and to help their Men taup tto out l!t IirtmcDl. IjiiIIm- - llu.p lotion, goml To 100 duren "lit handkerchief. Ignorance tho shop walls aro covered Tl.NWAIlK DKl'X to 1S at auction prlrea over with rudely-painte- d pictures of JlTtrybtxIr in ChrUtlnn Co., I.adlN' Jlo.e W ool 19 to 15i articles for sale within. Tho butcher's (h lellyuu how elwuji v Mine lnwe toInui lulcrf trum KverjthlnK Vie tiMofold cllXUiware. shop has pictures of meats of all aorta AVe don't buy our gooda nculnrj wo do buy Job Lots; wo will bur any and shapes, tho tailor a walls aro cov UiiuK rpm a needle to n Throshintf machine II it ia cheap onoiiK'h and thoro ered with .paintings of coats and trousers. Tho pills of tho apothecary ia a demand for them. Wo deal iu Uargaina; wo don't want your money get valuo received, nud anything uot tm roprosontod, tho mouor will and tho vegetables of tho greou grocer ore advortlsed by ploturca upon tho b felunded. Everything markod in plain figurosj one prico to nil. doors and windows of tholr stores. Itoir an OranfOatanr Travels. It ianmostlutcroatlngslght to watch an Ita way through tho junglo. It walks slowly along the ntti-tudlarger branches In n semi-erethis being apparently caused by the length of Its arms and tho shortness of IU legs. It Invariably selects ava NCvVCW.JXA. ---, (TQAP those branches which Intermlnglo with ft thoso of a neighboring tree, on approaching which it stretches out Itfl FOR long arm, and, grasping tho boughs opposite, scetiiH first to shake them ui It to test their strength, and then deliberately Rwlngs It.self across to the noxt brunch, which it walks along as before. It does not jump or spring as monkeys usually do, nnd never nppoars to hurry itself unlo6a some real danger prosonts. Vet, in splto of its apparently slow movements, it gets along far quloker than a perron runuing through the forest boneotlu THE RACKET COMPANY. feet ot riding behind a pair of horses hats Ls most ludicrous, their long, solemn faces adding mirth to tho THE GREAT DEPARTMENT OF HOPKINSV1LLE, STORE, riiu 1 tBr r.r The Eacket Company, ni orang-outnngma- o, dw B COLLARS ana CUFFS URIGHT DEAMS, V WVb r .Vc liSrtEQy wvA.wiYsxo w Made Only by CO. N.KFAIRBANK & ii. Ojlti. ST. louis. MAi.iueimkes friends of fools, then rushes them to ruin. Tim: in the hands of nn Idlo man is a dangerous weapon. Tub mau who "want- - tho earth" guta but six feet of it nt lust. Hsow Is pure and flower are sweet, but In all tho world thoro U nothing so purely sweut und suoutly pure m u baby's hmlle Tub "flower of the family" often makes bud bread; and tho "belle of tho churoh" frequently wog n trouble-aomtonuue. Host Islander. o (Special I'.lestlno Letted Tho traveler to tho Holy Land finds himself constantly surprised to notice how many thousands of Christians havo from timo to timo Immured them Bclves in tho caves and fastnesses of this strange country. Thoy havo been actuated hy a fecllngof reverence for I tho land of tho Lord and by a false I Idea of tho best way to cultivate the spirit of piety. It Is certainly a mistaken notion that n Christian can best servo God by shutting himsoll ' away rom men. True, tho Scriptures exhort tho Christian to separate himself from tho world, but this docs not mean a literal seclusion from men. Jesus prayed for His dibclplcs, that they might not bo taken out of the world, but kept from tho evil thot Is In tho world. They nro rather exhorted to let their light shimo beforo men not to put it under a bushol. Vet it must bo acknowledged thnt tho monastic orders havo dono much to foster learning, in tho seclusion of their colls. It was duo to them chief, ly that In tho dark ages, when tho lamp ot learning had wolbuigh , II t 1X6 burned out.lt was prevented from being m J, l.J t. W77' r eTI utterly extinguished. They havo dono m& IWl Immense servleo by copying and preserving mnnuscripts. Tho wars which havo swept over tho faco of Luropo and tho orient In successive waves uuluusii CATi:nru.LAn. would have utterly wiped out every are no leaves; a solitary stem com- vcstlgo of the ancient learning had it plant, and.lt any acci- not been carofully preserved In tho prises the cntlro dent breaks It oft a second arises from depths of tho wilderness among tho the same spot. Tho body Is found solemn and secluded brethren of tho burled and tho greater portion of tho monastic orders. Btalk as well. Tho thought of living and dying In When tho plant has attained Its ma- tho land which witnessed the birth, turity It soon dies. away. Theso curi- life nnd death of the Saviour of men ous plants, whon fresh, hnvo tho flavor has exercised n strango fuscinntion of a nut. Tho natives eat them and ovor tho minds of men. I'spoclally was llkcwlso use them when burnt as col- this tho casf. In tho fourth and fifth oring matter for their tatoolng', rubbing the powder into tho wounds, In whloh state it has a strong animal smoll. When newly dug up tho substance of the caterpillar Is soft, nnd being divided longitudinally, tho channel Is distinctly scon. Most specimens possess the legs entire, with the horny part of the head, the mandlblea, nnd claws. Tho vego-tntinprocess Invariably proceeds from tho napo of the neck, from which it may be Inferred that the Insect, in crawling to tho place where it inhumes itself prior to Its metamorphosis, whilst burrow lug in the vegetable soil, gets somo ot the minute seeds of this fungus betweon the eealos of Its neck, from which, in IU sickening state. It Is unablo to freo lUelt, and, consv quently, lclng nourished by the warmth and moisture ot the Insect's body, then lying In a motionless state, they vegetate, and not only Impede progress of ehango Into the ohrrsalls, but likcwlxo occasion the death of tho Insect. That this vegetating proooss thus commences during the lifetime ot tho Insect appears certain from tha fact of tho caterpillar, when converted Into a plant, alw ays preserving its per,V1 WA .1 3 t ,4 1 KV T?. .AYUYH 3.ll..A HA ft, fect form. In no oue tnstan'te hos dei composition appenred to hove commenced or the skill to have contracted or expanded boyond its natural shtc. i'.iprrlmrnt. with CkoUra Oaraia. W ' Mrs. S, O. l'rankland has lately wgw placed on rocord certain experiment of foreign Investigators on the vltullty TUB COSVUST OP MAU RaIIA of tho cholera germ In relntlon to anno articles ot dlot, centuries. Multitudes Hocked to Pal- n- s- the reverberating of the elation with different thunder which aro extremely Interesting. It estine. The geological features of the among theso crags was positively awseems that the germs turvlvu for live country make It a land of eaves par ful In its sublimity. days when placed on ordinary salad excellence They nbound In all parts Santa Saba was ouo of tho most releaves covered und kept at tho temper-atur- o of tho land around Jerusalem, In tho markable men of hUuge. Ho was boru of a room. On cooked en ullflow-cr- s wild valley of tho Kcdron, aud ovor in 430 A, D. in Cappadocla. Whon n thoy survived for ton days, but on toward tho Head sea. Tho Mount l, ycarsold he became so,cuamorcd sliced strawberries thoy lived fortwen-tv-fotho Quarantarin, tho traditional of uionuhtic lifo ho refused to hours only; Juicy nnd sour mount of tho Saviour's forty days' In secular employments or take engage possesohcrrios disposed of tho germs iu three temptation In tho wilderness, Is es- sion of his own property. In his eighthours, the acid apparently killing pecially noticed ns u favorite resort of eenth year ha came to Jerusalem and them quickly, hy n 3 per cont. Infu- tho anchorites, whoso darling thought even at that early ago desired to lead sion of black China tea tho germs wore was to llvo and fight the devil whero tho life of nn anchorite. In his forty-fift- h hours, a 1 per the Lord had fought and conquered killed In twenty-fou- r year ho retired to a cavo in cont. Infusion destroying them lnnUty him. Coming up across tha plains of oleftsot tho Kedron and commencedthb to minutes, rilseuor and lager beer Is Jericho, looking westward, you can fonud his own convent, A convent fatal to tho germs In three hours, and boo from nfar these numerous holes with a certaiu number of surrounding o In whlto wine the germs do not In the rocks, now vacant, except to cells was called a Laura. This ono ot more than flvo minutes, nor longer prowling jackals nnd Jlodoulns. Saba received tho namo of Magna Lauthan twenty minutes in red wlno. It wns with high anticipation that ra, owing to tho number of anchorites wo planned n visit to ono of tho most uttached to it, amounting to ono hunChina Ilaa Colnrabaa. The bellof in n Chinese Columbus celebrated of thoso wilderness retreats dred and fifty. Here for more than a thousand years Santa Saba aud his was first allowod by scholars only of tho monks of tho Greok church about fifty years ago. The claim Ik tho renowned monastery of Mar Saba successors havo lived In tho wilder-nchThe convent, called by tho nathat a liuddhlht priest In the fifth in tho Kedron valley, four bourn from century crossed" the Paclflo to tills Jerusalem. Wo included this trip In tives Heir Mnr Saba, has been plunJordan continent nnd returned, making n our routo to the Dead sea, thoconsider dered more than onco, and Its inmates Iledouins written report of his dlbeovery. The nnd Jericho,ns Tho some tenso belong- are mid to havo been cruelly massalit cred! but It lias never been destroyed, report wt 111 exists. It wus translated this region nnd they aro a sort of po- It is reported wealthy, and Is held In Into French tu 171) I by M. do Qulgnes. ing to them,region. If traveler of that It gave a narrative of a voyago east llen without a lledoutn aguide ho starts high veneration by tho entire. Greek Is community. ward by n priest for 20,000 II, where he out to bo Iledouins, nnd robbed hy There aro now only about sixty found a country whloh he named nothing can be donotho recover propto monks In thu convent. Some of them l'usang. People similar to the Inlint If dians wore described, ur. well as Amer- erty, lledouln ho Is molested while Fpond their time In carving wooden escort tho trlbo Is spoons, forks tnul euues to sell to tourican plants. Tho only doubt about tiio under nnd the consul can rocover. ists. Gbllvloua are thoko bearded mattor is as to the dUtaneo meant by nillpo.our dragoman, thought ho could biothren In blnck to the whirring 20,000 II. The priest may have reached oseort, avoid only some Island in tho l'aelllc ocean. go without such forty nud thus to tho wheels of the IniHy nineteenth century. frunoa tho payment of Ou mnvcM the dull monotone from llcdoutns, but our American consul, day to day of matin prayer and veipor it Origin. Tho expression "iu the soup" origl Dr. Merrill, said thnt It would uot do song. Yet thu steady fctream of tour-lbt- s nnted in I'arla over a century ago, for us to go without proper attendance. at certain reasons of the year Accordingly wo started with our keeps up a lively ringing of the old When a prisoner was guillotined tho gamins woro wont to cry: "Ho has lledouln, All, n wilddooklng fellow, convent boll and fairly jostloH tho armed with u outlaw and revolver und quiet futhera with a touch of tho ret- readied tho end ot his soupo." mounted on a bony horso dooltud out Iom, hurrying world. Not all tho with crimson t(iwl uml oow rio shells In nro HUM with Tim Ilomnn oimrnotora woro first after the manner ut the Arabs. In or- hearts here shut years, I urn told, thu peace, for of Into uaed In types ut Home in 1407. der to enter tho convent of Mar bwiba it to n vent hns been used nn u tort of garments were frequentTint Greek letter from tho Greek patriarch at Je- prlwm whence lire ollcd curtain ly woven In gorgeous patterns und rusalem to the superior at the uunvent triitibleaome eueleslustlea In the Greek embroidered with gold und Bllver. must be hueured. This wo ulo ob- ohiiroh No ludy dure enter Mar Sabu. Avodstus wus not the public bene-faot- tained. We filed out tho Jaffa gttto Ha Is shown to n grim old tower huv- he Is represented. He was the Into tha valley of Itliiuom, thuuc eral hundred yards away where her most exacting tax collector the Itoman Into tho alley of Jehoahophat, wind- dragoman may pitch the tent. world hod up to his time ever seen. ing along the bed of th Kudron J tut r llrlaflit und early thu next morning Tim ancient Kthloplans salted tho whero tho two valley Intel et we v ununited our horses and, bidding bodies of their dead und hung them up had n flue view of Jeruaulom, bufoui farewell to thu hoapltoblu fathers, in a smokehouse to bo dried and cuted. tho next turn In thu road hid it from tu'udod our wny down tho Wudy el. They were thin kept for a year, whon, our guxe. There weru tho walls of tho Nnr, ur thu Itiver of lire, at the Aram perfectly preserved, they wero turned holy vlty perched loftily among the call this wild valloy, on our way to tho over to tho relatives for burial. lulls, rit.ing ubove ull the erewunt ami Auos v. I'Anr.N, hm ku. iEP f I 7Im$&ilf' the dome of the mo&ipie of Omar. Our road lay nmong hills of chalk and flint, now over summits, now along dlflleult flinty ledges, until wo turned Into a wonderful gorge or canyon from 800 to 1,000 feet deep. Tho road was now excellent, carefully mndo and buttressed. Tho region was wild In the extreme Looking down Into a fearful chasm we could see caves cut In tho rock, tho former abodes of anchorites, in places that seemed almost Inaccessible. After winding In aud out In this desolate tho road shotted us In the dlstnnco the renowned monastery of Santa Saba, a marvelous structure, built right into tho sides Of this fearful chasm, tho very btrata of the rock being used ns floors and walls. Knocking at tho low iron door our letter from tho Greek patriarch was presented und was accepted. We went down, turned round, passed through a second door, then down ngnln by wind Ing stairs, across queer courts and nlong dork parages, until we reached at length our rooms, hanging between cllfTs that towered to the stars. FIHppo found on old friend nmong tho monks. He hnd known him in Athens when a boy. His friend hud loved a girl and ran away with her, hut was overtaken and tho girl taken back homo by her parents. Her lover was ashamed to rc turn homo, so ho went to Constantinople, thence to Jerusalem, nnd finally to Mar Saba, whero ho has been for sixteen years, rilllpo's friend, who looked very dirty nnd greasy, showed us the monastery St. Suba's buticnth an oetngiinnl mausoleum; the tomb of John of Damascus; thu numerous chapels covered with pictures nnd Greek Inscriptions; tho really splendid church blazing with fcllver and gold; the vault filled w Ith fourteen thousand skulls of martyred monks, who wero slain by the fiery Persian Chosroes, itt'the seventh century. Tho monks seem to bo very dlrly; tho place hns a bad smell. We wero shown to u very neat, lnrgo room vtlth dlvnns itround three sides nnd it table In tho center. Hero Tillippo served us a (rood dinner. Wo curled up nt night on tho divans. The night was most glorious the full moon flooded tho deep chasm with light- - Towards morning n thunderstorm burst upon The first lot ol those suits we offered this season were old out in two weeka, and we have no more of them, but rather than disappoint our customers who are coming in late we have decided to reduce a line oi For (JltfUDIlHUUL - s O.OO- $6.00 Suits to $5.00. As a running mate to this Suit, we are celling a Nobby, light weight Overcoat For $5.00, Worth $7.50. J. H. ANDERSON & GO. Dress Groods! Dress Goods! CLOAKS! CLOjfLSZS! OLOA.SIS I There was never in the history of llophiiisville such a large stock of Dress Goods and Gloahs as we can offer the people this fall. Every style of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks canbo found in our store this season, and no lady can have any excuse for leaving our house this fall in search of a handsome dress, as there is not a color that cannot be found in our stoch. Our Millinery stoch is the largest we have ever had and we will sell Eats cheaper than any house in the cjty. All our shoes go at cost, Unlaundered Shirts at iJYew York cost. t All our goods were bought to sell, not to heep. Come and see us. RICHARDS & CO., g The Spot Cash Bargain House. hMimmmLi . J JTa.S. 'JSLm 321 Union JE3orwe- 4 iliiD PALACE. i (Funnerly of Uopldnsvillc,) Street. HASHYILLE, TENN. 'PlJfflW Sy:WW& PwfiiIMfrjW f nds mis most elegant line of wifpsin iniHi n Jm? W 1 Sterling Silver, Clocks, Bric-a-bra- c, Bronzes, IU, Una to V Kur-untu- ur And all goods to be found-i- the South. yon want anything in the Jewelry line call and see his stoch, or write him what you want Mail orders will receive special attention. If your Watch needs repairing send it to him and it will reseive prompt and careful attention. n FALL AND TAKE THE HUM Mo J.U.1 Route Tho sur-viv- win TJ L SUITINGS C) ropular and Direct he inosi yiiiuiiieii. you to oxan due our SWUNG AND SUMMKlt We cordially invito STYLES hci'oi o placing ouronlor. (nn Suit aio cut ami mndo hy the n i M inntloiii fcivp, anil with an oyo o pinnae thu most fuuthlinue, ami suit CHICAGO And all points NORTH and NORTHWEST. World's Fair visitors romomber that tho M0N0N ROUTE is tho Iina with Vostibulo trains Dining Cnrs, I'ninco Chair Curs, I'lilluian Superb Sleopors, Lowest Rntos anil No Chango of Cars. For furtlior information address Fiauk J, Ueod, G.P. A., Chicago, 111, or E. II. Ilacou, O. P. A, LouUville, Ky N. TOBIN, HOTEL HENDERSON Entirely now anil llml ilww In all respects. Kxrollonl Hntnplo Uooiiib itui aorvlfo tincMiualpil in tho city. Uii Doublo Car I.lue, f, V. & U. 1 Merchant lajjl Tailor. E. P. RUSSELL, (Formerly of Elkton, Ky.) Physician and Surgeon rmexaiDr. lllakuiaa a Kl.HHiKiiKit, l'mprleloin, Ky. aj-t- a.'" Henderson, oluianrt, Ouurl S k'lUMi BAKBKR K bHOP, N. rIAKHING l'rnotio BROWN, M. D Iiiiiitod to ilwonnod orTUK - W, W. GRAY, PHOP. KINTIIHT.,NKal(M-I- Eye, Enr, Noss and Throat Ollluo In .MoDiinltil liullillng. KBaVTUOKY. HOI'KhVSVILLlS, Junius C. McDavittt SHAVING 10 SHAMPOOING 25 HAIH CUTTING 2eent " jtothinrt'iu lalMI HlfU10Efr(7 W J Opium llna it-- i wil (lUUHI.wi Mwl i" ," Wife uiu.nuukwf tLukMaaatl'llfltV liM'VOpn.BT.MI.. U Atlanta, On. CHti UIiNVh!ball IVM ttasHi i fHHMI DENTIST, Olllico ovor Kolljr'n Jotvolrjr Storo, HOPKIKSVILLE, ...,.J j There are some things that a child ao as wen aa a gsown. person. E 1 MAN Jjj P 1 " Send your boy to us tor J3nciJ p, tsuddlts, Blnkota, Collars, Whips, &o. Evorythi" g marked m plain fig- uros, "Wo have just opened an elugaut llnp of Robes, jarge assortment of Leg going at your own pnoo, a WsgtitaiMiWimnwwNMiWMWWi aatltWijatjliiaeywk Nil)liillltliIUliirtwfofo imili ini 1 immitomv4Mim!ut .fjojiltiwuillc Ecutuditan. (inisBunisiii PUBLICAN GAINS. I GEM APATHY. m ieiwi ibsijo, TllL C0UNTK1 AT 1.AHUK CHAS. M. MKAOHAM. .teonimoH SHOWS MttlOCHATIC MSVK1.SKS. THAT'S WHAT Ml) IT IN OilHlSTlAN CrtVNTV. liertWaftils Hood's Cures t COtTN'rY MLMC'TION, Unofficial. ruiictxcns, p F in1 lH:t. i For Public Benefit Fall Opening of Mammoth'i U'i 6ateab ail 20 Wlafk is advajiob SprocalreadlnfnotlewiOcenU at locale I cc nit per line eaeb lnicrtlon. iiktct Ipnundlnr aiherlltcmcou furnlibcd Slept While Their Flank E New York, Ohio, Massachusetts Iowa go Wrong, and OSce 18 Bttt 10, 1803 FfllDAY," KOVEMBEIt Giving Them Rope. Tlio rosult of tli9 oleelion In Christian couuty is iiot a 6iirpriso to any Tlio oloction woll postwl politician. was ncrmltled to KO br tWnnlt nnd no organization was nltomptod by tho Democrats of tho county. Tho Republicans wbro forced to dopart from their usual custom and nominoto decent candidate for tho only otlice worth the ofTort, oven if thoy wore eompolled to go outsido tho ranks of their voters to find hor. No uemo-rrn- t in tho county has aught to say nKalnal Miss McDoniol. Sho is n bright, occomplished, cnpablo young lady, woll qualified lo diacharco flush duties of tho offico ns a lady con perform. Thoronroeouiodutios connected with the position that will of course haro to bo neglected, such as inquiring into tho morals of teachers nnd holding trials in which ovidenco is often adduced unfit ovon for men to hear. This howovor is no longer nn issue in tho olectlon that Is pasf. Miss MoDouiol has beon olectod, uulosa tho election is illegal by reason of tho unlawful placing on tho ballot of tho name of a candidate for eoronor whon no oloction was to bo hold for that office. Of course there is a still gravor question of tho legality of the ballots used in Jlopkinsvillo upon which wero placed tho names of nine alleged candidates intent upon overthrowing tho city government and running tho city of llopkinsville.with-nu- t a charter as nn adjunct to tho Rnmiblican nnrtv. Those matters lYinld nrobablv bo broucht to a do cision if Mr. Ho woll would contest tho election of Judgo Landea boloro tho Sonato and lot that body decide ,rl,Qfl,nr inntilntful 'linllotfl shall bo hold to bo illegal. But takinc tho ficures as wo find them, there is nothing to discourage Democrats. But littlo ovor half o vnln wuh eant in tho countv. Of the n large major nrmv of itv were Democrats. In 1890 tho Democrats who Jed tho ticket polled nearly 3,500 votes, more than l,WJ moro votes than Prof. Froggo reoeiv ed. Trof. Froggo's own opponent that vear roceived 3,030 votes and yot w.is beaten 287 voles. Dr. Lillard, tho negro candidate,got 2,015 votes, about what the Republican ticket received this year and yet ho was snowed un-dby 820 majority. Tn Prof Frogge's Austerlitz his dofeatod opponent roceived 300 more votes than wero cast against Froggo in bin Waterloo. Thoso figures can mean but ono Republicans got out thing. The tha bulk of their vote and tlio Domocrats stayed at home. Of course from a party standpoint this was inexcusable Tho individual voter was caroloss for several reasons. Ho had not been impressed with tho importance of action as in 1890. Ho was not inspired with tho hopo of Buccoss. There was a goneral understanding that tho party would give s, tho Republicans rope to hang tho as wasdono boforo threo yoars ago. Thoy aro already adjusting tlio noose around their own nocks. Thoy aro uudor-tnkin- g to cairy things with a littlo too high a hand. Tho people will not stand too hard riding bj tho gang. Th Old Gang tried that both in county nnd city politic and tho is wo havo a now gang end tho old set admit (hat thoy havo had enough of politics. If the Ronubllcaus think tho Dam- o:ratic party of Christian county is downcast,thoyurovoryraiichmi6taken. It has boon outvoted, as it has often been boforo whon ft did not exert itself. It can still spread itsolf whon tho gamois worth tho candlo and that fact can bo' kept always In mind by iho gang who aro nlroady lieklng thoir chons ovdr tho (moils of 1891. Jjitho inonntimo, Domocrats in tho 'country who failed to do thoir duly, cuu rest assured that tho government e at tho City Uall still Hvoh ana at loast is Democratic from Hkiu to corn and from core to skin iigaiu, siav-nt-homthein-Helveland-elidoro-nu- ll nop-Idnsvill- iSltciioiM were held Tuesday In Iowa, MftRMcluiMtlB, Ohio and Virginia for governor, legislature and other etato olfleors; In New York and Mftrrlftnd far Judge, tuid for Mate nnd lgMftlur; in Kenttx-karid Vw JatMy for logisJature, aud In UlohlglM), NVhraka, IVnnsjlranln, South Dakfilnand Miwwuri for minor stala oBJcers. National iauuw were vary s ighlly inrolred. '(ion returns show changes iu 1 n y favor if the Republicnne. lu New Yot k ( lie Depiiblicsus elect their entire State ticket and will have control maof tb leginlature by twenty-fou- r jority on joint ballot. Mayuard, the Democratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Aprwaln, is overwhelm-iugldefeated, the majority ngaiutl him being estimated at from 00 000 to y 100,000. Tin Republicans carry MasMchu- setta with n largo margin of vote to majority for spare. Greeuhnlgo's Governor will probably be 26,000 or more. Oor. Boies is defeated for rn oloction in Iowa. Tho Domocrats con cede tho victory to Jackson by 10,000. Gov. McKinley scored a most signal triumph in Ohio. Tho Buckeye Stale rolls up a majority for him thai is now placed at 80,000 and which may go higher. Virginia romains in tho Dmoontic column. Incomplete returns indicate that the Democrats wore moro frightened that hurt by tlio Populists and that Col. O'Ferrnll will have a majority of from 15,000 to 50,00). An anti raco track Legislature has beau chosen in New Jexsoy. Pennsylvania rolls up fully 130,000 plurality for the Republicans. Philadelphia alono giving ovor 50,000. o Mnryland, as usual, elects tho tickot. Mayor Lotrobo wbb i clod at Baltimoro by G.OOO. Chcngo is reclaimed by the cans, who olectod Judgo Gary and u poltion of tho county ticket. Ir South Dakota, with alight vofo tho Kopublicnn candidates for judicial jvositions woro elected by tho usual maj lities. In Nebraska tho Republicans car ried the State, with the exception of Supromo Court Judge, which is still in c.itibt, though the chances ore in favor of Harrison (Rep.) as ngainM. Holtomb (Pop ) In Kentucky a Democratic Legie- ture which will probably return Hon. Wm Lindsay as United States Sena tsr, has been elected. The Populists olecf three members of the Legiala Dem-ocrft'ire-oRo-pu- bl Was Turned. The flection In Christian Counly rMiilletl in a vlolory for tho Republic-M- i ticket by tnajoritioa Bomowhnt larger than laet year. Thero wero but three offiiere to bo elected aud there Has but little interest manifest made a strong ed. Tho Republican cJTott to secure the offlcu of Superin teudetil of echoola and the usual run ner and nighthowlera were Mint out to iullamo the passions of tho hnuds of the farmers of tho county. Incendiary epseohea that would hnvn been suppressed if delivered on liny- market in Chicago wero niado by men who Urn hero iu llopkiDavillotiud who have tho aiTroutery to claim to Iu spite of theo harangues, which in homo instances disgtisted oven tho colored people tliemselvoB, thcto a was considerable defect o.t in the colored rote.which would havo been larger if the voters could havo been taught how to acratch. Uufortuunto-lthe Democrats ou"$et those gnins by scratching also to some extent nud failiug toga 10 tho polls Lvou iu thin city Iho voto wns short250 on regis tratiou nnd tho registered voto was short about 125. Out of 1,100 voles iu Hopkinsville nearly 100 failed to voto The Democrat) were iu a minority of about 110, but they failed to hold their ov,u by reason of the gen eral npithy. The tnole here given shows the result as uenrly ns it 3u be obtained boforo tho official count to dny. In two out of four of tho city precincts, the ballots wore all returned ns by reason of the ndditionnl names placed upon them. In ono olher precinct all ballots whero the voters had voted the mixed county and city ticket wero likewiso returned. Iu precinct No. 2, tho colored stronghold, the balloU were destroyed. No Democrats votd for councit-mo- n ou tho county ballots, except in a few caos where tho voters did not know how to vote without stamping under tho device Tho few votes so cast weto not counted, as tho Democratic candidates for councilmeu had ordered their names left off the couu ty ticket. boron-pectobly ques-ionsblo r8 1 llhntTllle,Nu. okjMrtl e.Kfl.S., . 4, ''iw' m S at r m im 'i. w " Narth IVml Vtu llioe: lWwrif'Mll IXtgwoml Wwt Cnrfton .... it M I I t n lK w'hxrrr K IU im m ?! 41 t,7 M nn G LOTTING. Winter Everywhere tho comfort, and health depend upon an adequate protection, and these coats aro m in h w m Men's Fnjl uiicf Dlaffl ShftHM li W Jsweil Lfyc ntifo Im Arner Ot Audita, Ky. Ctitly lAingrlew 1'nlmyra 0IB11 .. . KatlOroftoti Uinlrlp'a .ehnl mi't NliooI lttmra .. lUlndrtiln, rtivni'fl sIhui CI! " 8 8 S 4 S 5J NECESSARY GA It MEATS, lm ii ef m iM MM mm tj M m H te Overcoats. V t. M im i4i "M 'ij m 14M il Price, Style nnd Quality Our DOUBLE BREASTED I Itiiwpll Slilltll rAttJinikn lliiriliiii'n Field 8elHl llouie iwrnriy- . lleimettistond mm m if m M J w m 4 41 'I Moro Than Pleased With Hood's 8arsnpnrllla-F- or ter nncl Dlood Impurltloo Tot- tlraeoy W UN ltd ii? 7 m t n M mm t m ai M l 111 m lot M 1 This suit is very popular CUTAWAY and 8,WK eleetioi Cnnnot be Surpassed. this stylb is tub onb For BUSINESS 1NVOOUB UUATS. in the Dressy Circles and is Atlnptwl for Bn'ortnliiiiionta, Men ami Sintu OccnHiotiH. I MENS a WEAR. .V'MT-l'rofiWoti- al sensible one. U lit n ID u tt e Tot All.. t'nnlDolAl MoJ n r.w irltle: I.amtwieT. law amn Murnnti tm. JtcnaiiUl m Ttl. Life is Misery Stronger and Vctlcr in Every Hi. To iimny iicopte who luivo Iho tn'n have txen moro than plwucd ""I'll Hood's "I firsprllla. I havo sullared with tttr brisk-I- of ai'roriiln In tho dicadful The iiiiining caused bj out on my face nml all over raj body nil ttjr )l(o. I never ooulil End anything to do It po& Mil 09 and other liinnHcMntloii" ofthW until I began to tnUo Hood's SMsapitlllx I dUeafo nro hot oud do'oriptlon. There n p-nloi PRINCE ALBERT SUITS JJJtESS Our Styles in Cut aunty s are nn equaled. Boys' and Children 's CLOTHING. OUR lu Tln'Mi Lima Wo Havo Many Stylni, FfiTf tia o now ud about elzht bottles, snd Oh, It has dotiorujio much cood that I Mro the utmost '8 Sarsa-patll- la other loincdy oipisl lo Hood's nlt ihouni Sarsaparllln fbract'ofula, nnd every form of blood dlcae. It is loiifoimblv hinc to bciiolit all who give it a fair triul. Is no Parents aro invited to examine these goods STIFF and SOFT HATS. Tho Assortment wo DURABLE and CHEAP. LATEST STYLES. Specialties in School Suits. enrrv Can't ho found in thlaciiy f altlilnlt rnirlfylni; my blood, It has tnado mo so much stronger nml better I do not leel like Uis tains parson nt all." Akme Anxtn, Augusta, Ky. and rocornmend It to everyone. BeJldos Boon's 1'it.t.ioiirc nil llvorlll-- . Herndon Letter. Herndon, Ky, Nov. 8, '93 Ah our little villago hns uot been hoird from for qtiito a while wo will endeavor to let Iho pooplo know it is Mill n place of busiuess. Tho Bummer of '93 has past, autumn has como nud with it the gathering iu of that golden harvest. But tho joys of this life must sometimes bo clouded anil tho sorrow which o'er is tho for shadows our hearts ious illness of our friend and noigh bor, Mr. Bon Coleman, who hns for moro than n weok buou suffering from that dreadful disease,- - pueuuio uia. Hie miuy frieuds hopo lo see him improvo rapidly and soon bo able to bo out ngaiu. Tho quartorly meeting was held at tho Methodist Church last Saturday aud Sunday, Tho usufll elegaut dm nor was served on tho ground Satur day and a largo crowd was proseut On Sunday n now Sunday School was organized and wo hopo tho young pooplo will attend nud mtko it ns iu toroding ns possible. Thero was nlo a neighborhood prayer meeting or ganized, which wo hopo will bo car riod on with success. Mri. C. S. Coloman returned Tuoh' niter a two weoka' visit to friends in Clarksville. The protracted meeting at Liborty, conducted by Rev. J. T. Hawkins, was a perfoct Bucces, eight now members added and great good no comnlished for the church. Misa Lillian Mopb, of BouuetU-town- , visited Miss Mattio Burba last y Hoocl'o Plllaaet cully, yet promptly aad efficiently, on Uie liver and bo well. SSo. Our stoch of Shoes and Ftirnishiiig Goods is complete; ers of styles and the namcrs of prices are KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort nnd Improvement anil tends to personal enjoyment when rightly ued. The many, who live others and onjoy life more, with low expenditure, by moro promptly adapting the world's )cst products to tho need of physical being, will attest tho vaiuo to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced In the remedy, Syrup of FiB- Its excellence is duo to Its presenting in tho form moat acceptable and pleasant to tho taste, tho rcf reeliing and truly beneficial properties of a jwrfect laxative; effectually cleansing the ytem, dipclling cohK headaches anil fevrs in fact the leadCO., TnE CUT ELECTION". ture. la Michigan Griffin (Dem.) lias probably been elected to eueeoed J Logan Chipman for Congress, although the roault is still uncertain. In Mieeouri, Kansas and Colorado local officers were votod for, but sutfi cieut returns to indicato tho rosults have uot been received. leMMMMIMIMWMMMMen Jack Grow seema to havo got I hero by ouly 30 majority. The oxnloion in the harbor at Srtntander, Spain,killod ft mi wouudad 300 ioplo. Tho Republicans almost to a man refused to participate iu the ward elections, except in tho Fifth ward whero enough of them turned out to Judge Anderson, the present Republican Councilmnn, who was ale so on the Republican About J28 votes wore cast iu tho ward elections, which resulted in tho olection of bix Democrats and one Republican. In three wards now men were chosen. In the others the presont mombere were The voto in detail was as follows: In the First ward 5S votos wore oasl, all for R. II. Holland. In tho Second 58, nil for M. C. Forbes. In the. Third 70, of which 02 were for Geo. M. Stftole, D , 1 for F. J. Brownell, 11., 8 for N. Zuninor, D., and 5 defective. In the Fourth 51, all for F. W. Dabuey. In the Fifth 50, of which E. W. Walker, Dem., receivod 20 aud A. H. Anderson, Rep , 30. ticket-nt-larg- "in the Sixth 77, 70 f r E. M. FJuclJ. Henderson's colored candidate for oud 1 for W. C. Wright. counoilmau in tho First ward was In tho Seventh 50, for W. A. beaten by 57 voles. P'Pool. Holland, Stoslo and Pool, now men t Greeuhalgo, of Mass cliiisrttu, is vory bald and" looks like Gov-oloc- DniidB.mil. i iwi warn Republican (mpers all over th country nro now btiy uoininathig McKinley for PreeUlont in 180(3, Johu C. Atkinson, Join., wae ro elertfKi Major of Ileuderfeou by 119 majority over Wereham, Rep. I i lit inn in win f k. V A . wt J Si.iith, Jouon, Joliuaoii, Thomptwn, Wi'l am and White will lie iu the LtifMaturo. Where lalliowaT KIWI IWWWWMHIl. B Popular Songs. It is iritorosting sometimea to note how quickly tho public tako hold of a new song nnd how booh drops it out of tlio public ro portoiro. Yet how oflon do we hear the expression, "The old hongs aro ttio (sweetest after nil." Whon Will S. Hnya was writing "Old Fashioned Roses nro Sweetest" no doubt he was humming some song. Mr. Hayes bas full of music "as an egg is of meat," nnd hns ritton moro popular nirs thnn any poet musician of this country, excepting the spiritual song wri will thorn Some tors. of livo for half n dozen or more docades to come. "Evangeline" is his best production, poetically nnd musically criticbed. Tho writor onco nskod Mr. Hayes to play his "Kiss Me, Mother," one of his war songs but ho had actual! v forgotton that he had over written anything of the kind. Only the first three or four notes was all that was necessary fer him to "catch on" to his pathetic melody, and il was rendered in fine stylo. How sooii, though, does a populnr song pass away "with the tilings that wero." Somtdhing over n year ngo the tnoH uousensical aud unmusical s'ruck heard the ever Bong town and wns heard from tho who could lips of everybody sing a nolo or whiHtlo a bar. Experts on different instruments wore them selves out trying to got music out of "Tra la, boom do By,'J or whatever it was. But liko the Irishman's dol lar, in tho bank, it wasn't thero. It didn't live n long bs its predecessor, ."Annie Rooney " But somehow the rietctdnblo "thiug" nai heard on the single, in the parlor and workshop everywhere. At cue of the London thf aires n girl introduced it and wns actually pnid over 5500 a night to sing it. Thoro m no poetry in the lines or music in Iho nir. The next nnd latt really popular song is "After tlio Ball." It will retain .ti longer hold upon music loving people. 1 hero is a ten lor, pathetic aw eot-noiu tho music and something in iho words that uncovers and Mirs the better part of our being, and after hearing it and henring it again, one never tires of it. Though tho chorus of this sing is swrt, wo luivo nlwnvp thought it b loni'f-to pome other oug. Like Iho miserable cuilorlion "Boom dejAy," "After tho ball" was hear! pveiywhore until the coming of Gos Sam .louen. Tho sung by Mr. Exeoll and tin pl hongs nhoir ho orgnniised l.oio put "After for mv tho Bull" in the oral nimithe. Mony who hod npver wuil-htirrin- g beak-ground MAMMOTH CLOTHTO &SH0E Glass Corner. ila.i-..i.iiii..., P I Only 50c h Year. MM Elf hi ratei InUreatlar and Mbtrtlnlir suiter. cVrrlla for aampla copy. Xddrtaa iHNn and permanently curing consdpatlon. It has given witisfnetion to millions and met with tho approval of the medical ... ITALIAN " 10 US C0-UII. SAMUEL HODGSON, Mantfacturer anrl Tmnnrtarnf " . bsW ml . " immWiSBrtmi M A K. CLARKSVILLE, TENN., -T K T. aaan TC r SUOTOH, SWEDE and the most de- -i profession, becauvs it new on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pies i lor mIc by all drug-gbt- a in 60c and $1 bottles, but It ! manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whoe name is printed on every pnrkaRe, alo the name, Syrup of Fig, and being .veil irTformcd, yon will uot accept any substitute Sf oflered. siraoie EASTERN GRANITE f1 haR.Lm!m aL.i n. ,.;,! None hut the hest material used, F. M. i DR. APPLEMAN, The Specialist, EVE. EAR. NOSE. THROAT AND Affflr 40 VAnm ntnAriiinv. irn nil! Ik CiTPiii-nc- in n uliUfnl MONUMENTS, TABLETS, and STATUARY. WHITLOW i CHRONIC DISEASES. WILL UK AT I'JKENIJC HOTEL laour Solicitor for work. in BTTTf '" -' TT"i m KttsMimjiwmwB&amj.amsSG&2& "- n r.miV Jffim Ruilder Thursday, Nov. 16th. &i$MlfflSW .C4f r 111 fmitdke i A mmsmt Un-cl- er AMrrlrtif pnd tat COMPLETE LINE OF BRAH HEW FURNITURE. .ni.bll. L'' l rtg ISl Dr. WILLIAMS' MEWCirtE CO., S0r. pcrbox. O lor SV.IO Undertaking in the Bast Style by an taker with 17 years experience. &$i Schenectady, N.Y. naBrockvllle.Ont. Full Line of WALL PAPER of LATESfDESlGKS, week. Mr. T. V. Dawsou'u new rosidenco Geo. O. Thompaon'a Old Stand. is about completed. Ho is anticipat YOU iug a "warm" winter. Messrs. Ford und Sbauklin havo n. Ihlnx new when ne ilatr tint It pJi to entii bu.l. lialilijr leu hunting in this neighborhood. la a prrsianrnt, iiMMtprofit fur anil plrmint work. errrr ilr' nm, that rrturnt a Sucli Ii Uie builnMt we uStr tho worklnc clan. They novor hunt out of sight of tho Wo tfach them haw to tunkn nianr raplJlr. u. jnaraulrc titty one who rollowi our ImtruttiuDi "Cottnge on tho Hill." rlth(allr UiC ntaklnj ot S.KHI 00 a moulli. As this is our first letter we will Kvrry oo who t.iKt-- i bolj now ami work will IttieJy awl fUlr iixrws their rtrnltiRt, lliera Below are the name l a lew of the patlenta only ask for a short cpace. Hopiug mbIm do iul Ion about It, othr now at wora It, joa, rmler, can do ou checks ypar this will uot find your waste basket, are doing ami itIdk bu.lDMi that the lame lie. has curd Hie bate l'hli It tlie llenrjr Mekinnpy ll'ittoiullle, Ky., ou make a erer the ebantfl tu have wo are and I'.idney Troutle to ihe grave inutake if ;ou fall to git e It a trial at once. i .Kidney aud K. W Ureratreet.raducali.Ky If lcujjra.p the tltaallun, awl act qulckl, you niadderTmuble Your f rienrls the will A'ovcjnbcr will Snd riurfir In a inoit iroiirvui (.eorce Hlumona. rrliicolan. Ky., Catarrh Itnului-H- . atwblcli ou rail aurrlrniako and tare II. W. & S. Now Canned GokxIh, Now Crop of Molassos, all Klnd'H o( mil a few and Sertoli Trituration larjre lain' of mom y. lie of VogoublM R. K llumlrlx. New Madrid, Mo., tjtomacb aoare' work will ohn equal a week' wajet. I'resh IJuttor constantly on hand. Call andsoo mo. Yours nniioua to pleaso vounz. man or woman. It and Liver liiiae. Vhvtker )cu ara old Positive economy, pound u- - merit makeiBuJlSereflce, ordoaa we tell you, and iuo. Olarton Wllla Wlnalieater.Ky.. Catarrh. and woijtkrfid iiiudlcal power aro a'l ea will mict you at the r 1 ilart.who bote wr Cases combined in llood'd SarHpurilln experience or eMul neeowrj. write to ilajf foi for U1 ore niwardnl. Whf not CO , Try it. Rood's cmo. full lurtlculan, Iree 1 K. O. AI.I.KN WE TELL Everything New and at Rock Bottom Pricos. 2&fcJJ$p- "V 1 $ i Will Qib Alter IfHfiBF 1st 1st. )l li dirt-cil- All persons holding please them jilted as time expire for Lamps will amount of $25.00 1 387 Cured f Uoz Ko 40, AiiEUtU,Me. in IJf MontJis. E. M. G ju " T.'"WM,..,,B"' H ltawrd a fong in n plate or worMiip the lizard ringing wore bo-fof- Baaby nuil Jan. T. Rolwrdn, of Breekonridge uouiity, Imve been nppiuted to oitkma in the revenun serviw. 'song HupiKMwit t. 1 a picture ol MlM Yeisor, Indopoudent Republican, was elected Mnyor of Taduoah ovor Wilcox, Dcm., and Houston, Hop,, by Tho rest of tho DemoL'DIJ plurality. crat! J ticket was elected. a dynamito Iwmb from tho gallery in a thoatro at Barcelona, Spain. Tlio explosion was torrifio and olghtoou ieoplo wore killed and many wounded, Aii anarchist droppod V Pottlt got 6iiowed undor for sonotor in tho Otteiibboro district by 800 majority, Birkhend, Indopendont, defeated Baird, Dem., in tho couiitry 0 oouree the Reoublicaoi will r distriot of Davioss county by ouly joio. They hem uot had much to C5 majority, in n raco all aloug rejoice m ovei for eotne time aud thought to bo hoKlw for Baird. II fa e are eometimee thank Tho Sinking Fund Commlaelouera liavo oloetod Iloury Goorgo, the county, warden take oftho ponitontiory aud ho will Nor-man euccoodiiig Sam chargo resigned. The Froifxe didn't jump lidi enough; the Cmpbnll didn't hump fopiosof ''TriLinphant Sougs" were Jasper Gordon, "n iiotorioun ciiuii Iiimwlf enough, and HohoII didn't eold. The Young Peoples' Societies nsl ' wu found haniiing to a tree near how'l enough but tLe Katie-did- . still hold on to them, and if you hear Clarndou, Ark. on Noe,nber 7th staging from mi entiio congregaNumber iH. tion now it U a lion one of "Sam Jontw" Landas by 900 Majority. songs is started up. The relume in this county f;ivo 1 he City Council of Chioego has But "Aftor The Ball" is not played olec.od Geo. B. Swift, Rep, tnmuprn Landes, Rep , for Senator 1 057 ma out jet, by a groat deal. Il has tary Maror, until a ppocinl ejection can Jority. Hopkins lwsgotie for Howell, ken n new- hold upon tho peopln and Detn., by 120 votes, kIvIiii; Lmidos n It will be many a day before be bold in December. majority of Ml In the dietriet. way to another glree il Tvler, tho Deinocratio notnlueo always is Man production. wan uleeted Mayor of Louiaville by Who new. Miualhlug atter it..'y 7,000 majority oier Booker can iwegluu what the next new ltee.1, the "Rieiug Sun" candidate. "oMtchy" nong will b7 Who is the venltiN that will produce it? Will It be glad or pntholid In addition to her other woes, New l York ia to re aiHicted with a Why pay $1.00 foru chill curowheu couveulioi), iu whleh tbate you unit buy Puuntation Chili, Cukb will be 105 IteiiublivauM aud 70 Dew-oora- '. of us at 50oT Sold by Blakomoro Bros Ktl. and tho gHiiiin, tlie piofMiui nnii forgot all othw aonge fur a Mafcon. Hundreds o( boot-blac- k tf Zinii" The 8tr-- i Pembroke Wedcting. At her residence nnr Pembroke, at fi o'clock Thurwlny afternoon, Mrs. Mary T. Williams mid Mr. J. C. Uox- py nero msrriod, Rhv, S. P. Forgy lliciatiiu,-- . On'y the reUtivps nnd a 1 ho room few frii'tidH were pros-enlwith dccoraled beautifully wore whih Iho bridal chrysniithpinums, prosPiits, which wero both olegnut and useful, did much towarda ornamenting th'i Mirlor. A suinptii mis dinner. Midi as the bridf Ih fninoiih for, v,nt hivfd beforo tho marriHgp, and only tho- - win par In i'K 1111 it. .wit of it could Tho bride i wvl known in M10 mi uiunitr for hor lining x lU'i.l qu- - i lios, nlwajs noble, kind nud chntia hie and a hipping iu Jut homo. Tho groom, who ! to bn congrnt11 lated on winning ftich a jirizo, is n worthy clirlfitian goutlemaii, woll oil culatod to fill his position iu lifo as only an houest, upright man can do. Wo wish for tho happy couple a porfootly congenial union, bleesing and brightening thoir livoa every dny. c . to-tif- WhatJ Issbc?" ? A patient A Fow Ko namea publlnhed exeept by etinsent ot Unsought Endorsements the press: by F" Or Palcn, .tjteiiTieatmenl, thatitf Dr.MrkT l aarlentlfleailJuatmeotM thelmuuntaof Mtrnaenmaiaciitlaail; and the um (joiind Ii mi rnndonHMl ami mail mrtnblo that It , Witt all orr,- tha twenty yoara; it Imahaxn lu n for IhiMiMHila ,,f patient bavo been Ircntnl, ami d ihy.lcUae hate uwil It and uf oi one raeoaanMnd It a vary tlgrllleant fact, "tuaiHUHd Dxjreu lt Mmlo nf Villon and of 0 4ik", Kaulu," It tha till of a iHWl.bl bi lira, atarkay A I'alcn, vrhlah gl'Mloatl lagulrerr full lalrmall,w n totbli re.H) table (luratlvo ant ami u kkI i fomil of of ehionlr note In a vMi pWMrMHHif r UeMHa'lvrlMlug UimIi,iimI 10 The original and only citilreCoinKnnil atr b--flk Uum-au- Wlnvumtar Uru.teral "Alier an fXtcniW iBvajtlKailnit wt- - w latl to lllfie that "t Apiilamaa ha. n..e. aI a a oir.lnnl ' .ela tai In the trwaiwa it rt niirinl I ri?' AW'lerian LelianiiH Ilianrl ai practlet, lwre era nlned by eurlin ' were eunatdnrptl ipi.lemti I a tine I'adueah.Kr. s- - . tn aud a x-- i'ar and iia. ririvalclan.a (haonnfldeniir ihr Mxii.lcall..ver iiu Man ,w' J)r AppleHian. i1 Sew Wrk tlty. n permauanily itHiatnl at Louliiillp. Kv will unnllauelil tlalu Imruevory f.ur teot for uurableea. e tak.en under another year. llfWMiMAN pl noy and health aarn IM li CURE YOURSELF ''Ir ill."te tr llh riroui. riKid mB"" II Kry trlotguarautea Addroai nraicun raa tot It u for jog, at eTtrytblat le clala and almpla. All I uk In ii ibai win iii ron reeelfa tba fel Ipe and ae that then I. no hnmboa or aeearilon. Hut thuV.1, boot tblt. Uorrraponifoota atrlctlIr coanJentlal. and all letter teat In alaln aulM en..fnM Ail riot eiamp uconr.Bleot dranlit or ycu I pointer, and to nraanw w" aKL...j "".'tluntid enUrra xaaflP Ijouct pii, VarircMvlesn humba, oT7Jt;.S";Tr'V."S la:."TaT"-,5- a an aani arrta. eharwe, ,urvfjllierVla IN TWO WEEKS. "dtora" woailarfal "tort. aVv9raV i.7.i".Li"..:r" ';r..,""''cii. In and awn bl m " wi akasav weak, t 014 I taa j bo d.. ntori I ,."! I 1 OoiiHultntion rtutl Exnminution nud Uonndontiai. Solicited. Freo Correapondenee rg. J Kt, RATCBl n J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D., LODISVILLE, Write for liealtli Journal ree. lln by attlwrveiyatataiM A III l.f mnlb-- . fraoui il.i 5.V Ait ii Hir-t- llatt Jmjf , i'hllail(.lhu, I'a. Iti Miucr HtiH l. an t'ranetar.i. cal i r a IdriMM im pi. lln fHUKX t rALKN, i ilila T-- apf. MM .fi- - r r u, WAKME'S w W Scientific Amci n.4.1 Aflency VkTflj, u CWayw.J yajaTAe. 01HTfiE?lT haiatrfa fcr l l - - rrTtlrtA.lrlaMIl' - I k. M .a V'A lol4 fcf 'TtI willwvt aof laurnij mwidi, snrfa mi laf aauma lira akll AanrJKaa a ai lha tM nodat bU ..1.1..1... ! !!, Mkt fc driffttu & ttaU4JLl, lakktlnr ii ii....li,.i1tl UH RtatiaiaiaMtH Baftll lr !. I m& DPnMlaTNca0wY' Tl WMl ,y Jouisville, Ky. kk- aw w. I i. ik fit ri.i M Ik A44rit Dt. W,?1- wh oooeU-tutlvtia- Still on tho Decrease. & N. Mutement of earnings Tho for the fourth wok of Octobor nnd I. State of Ohio, City ot Toledo, ( Lucas County, ) Prank J. Cheney inakei oath that ho is tho reiiior pnrinor of tho firm of l' J Cheney it Co.. doing btifllnes in tho city of Toh'do, County and Statu aforesaid, and that paid linn will par Mm aum vfONE HUNDHKD DOL LA HS for each aud evorj caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uhp of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Prank J. Ciikskv. Sworn to boforo me and aiibucrilittd In my preronio, thin lith day of Ddcamber, a. u. jetto. A. W. OLKASON, ffilli Happiest COU'HBVS, ResiTlfsT Oa., Oit. 1), 16C3. Bomo yeara ago 1 had nn attack of grtpno, whlah produeml cntarrh In my nrari and general prostration. I usM Ktrig'a Itoynl Oermetner, and tt wronght lhadln-rttjostloA Wondcitulonro lnmycftae. and It cured that nlo. 1 have rttcommonilod it tn aovernl naraona at fiietad wttli different iliaoasos, and fd- waya witu tno iiappioat results. Uaptist City Missionary. ItKV. U, W. JIOWAltD, OAVKATO. TRADE MAnKS, DE8IQH 7ATCNTU, OOPYRIOHTO. etc. For Informal tin and frea Handbook wnlatft CO, 51 intiiaiiwar War Vok. ilUNll at. uia lu Aurrtnv Oldeit tureau for Krerr patent taken out j m 11 brought lfnrv f row of t liarye la tin tie puClia ij a tunica wv R. WOOLFE, (Stifcoiiflor to V A. r'l'OOL.) mmlaeion taple-;- HiKluwt 3ivrc:kLa:nri:, AND DRALEIi IN LanrMt circulation of any eotantlflo paper In the world, pplenilldlr lilu.tratwl. Ko liitalllcrat a Weeklr. min ahouid Im lalthout moiitht. Addrett JII1NN V.arl iiLiinKua. a 0 1 JUroadwar, Kew oik i ;,( u. and-- :- Fancy-:-Groceri- es. pro- - k- mrk(t aomugfiiiitr. DiafUgciUtT. prlco paid for Country Produce, All kindn of tluco loii(,'ht nnd fold on commission, Como and po mo on Wost SUinth Slroot, BKAL I I nn The city of Iloudorson wins the i.uit brought by tho Farmen Bauk to vnjoia tho collection of bunk Ux for j Tho caso will bo takeu to the uitofuppoaU. If HeudtMiwu vinu ' iera it will luuuu an alihti a "I uliout tl m anunally ti tUo i iy 13 c! latorost to .a l'stt.tBttklo Um '"'v4 nud w.ll bo cuutgo. iumfrii to for the fourth mouth, July una voi tober 31, has just been published. It fully received. Is tut follow. Kotiith week of October, J&'.'i, Petitloiu Guaranteed, Mp. A. 1'. Mmoi, In Madieoui JlluM.lStlSli samo week Outober, 1BQ.1, tui liiltUui he iluHwIlwl Mien Luuy Pattio, in Franklin, him! In Moii)till pualtliiii Is aeuiiied. deoroiue, 8IS2.07U0I. bauk Sunil JM'-MlMia Katie McDauiel, in Clirletlan, forkt)pe lieu Catalogue Aildrum, Month of October, 1802, W,088,iril are atoony the newly elected fehool DjuuiiHox'k V, J'. Ui. OlllBOa, ?1,027,25; decease, &U0,. XnihvllkTean SuiierlntendejiU who will yo Into of- 010.U1. jiiM i, mi. July 1 to October 111, 1802, $7,097,' iiavon Colored Councllmen. 122.81 1698, 1021 ,088.79 j decrease, Tlie ueg row ebicted teven of their il,H;3,781.02. The election lu Keutuoky la grati-- f Democrat v ifttlnx aie race oouncllinnit in the ward eleutioua viojr enough Of the decroaiui $13,717.70 U tnid to due to a change: In charging cer related ctei)Wliie exfeptuig in a if fourth claax cities of the State In iau ditisiius for hiro of Iooomotlvos fev darH fciioth 'Il.firt will l'ut 1. u,i I'liiy an' d a(nbii(ii as fullowNK", lMiiwi iita m tlni ii JTrr mUIii. V' ' ' n DoiiuHo tw.i, 111 m it i ra ni,d c rinlitini,' other dttisloi's .ftJf' ( J" I Mt MerluiK Willi t Mnii' unt Had this change In Iho . if t1 ro Mi. il Lii!rt HO ii clinigcs iu fa, uot bueii niado tho decrease would uU i hroo or Clio have beon about SJ.000 less for tho tho )omoatii. Tho third par'y )r,t -ioiirll. "eeypi'fjato ml lo,lyi. Ifi ICVCti l.rAI4.XKi l.HfiR.. n."WJaU8"ijf8? QjcoortMS.iv. m pVJllv ? nuimyiHi" 1 Oc- Oi sit. 1 Uuriiii-ttur-, bamtil upuu internal of K Inn's Itoyal my family for Hall's Catarrh Cur the usti of it in ly aud aols directly ou tho blood and tton, catarrh and uiKuiiniu, and Indict. by my. mucous Hiirtaviw of tho svHlotn. Send nil or eeiivalste of sripp. It U very for testimonials fnp. tiUosHiit tn tho taste, lmprovos the anpu. K. J. CH I5NI5Y & CO , Toledo, O. tits and Is oxhltaratiiiK lu its mie-neffect. A. If. Ki:n.r.. ISrSohl by Druggists, 7fo. For Catarrh. Jiheuniatlam LaQrlppe, Indlgoitlon and Ouoral liability, Uerin-etne- r Is nnenualcxl. Takn Vitalla Liver Pills. King's Royal Qormotuar Cn.,Atlanta,Oa, My houso on North Main street Ucriuetuer Pills for Constipation, CO containing six rooms, Is for snlo. Lot in a val for S3 cent. Tvscvmuia, Ala., Jnno I vsry Notary Public. chenrully loar teattinony 87, '83, marlu to the ia tnkon If UK HI 'S WHITE EVERY CREfiM V.IM1EII1E Hao lot! all Worm Romodlos, neta.alluratnaanillo..i)f PoerliiOoetatliaOriai, or eilber uyorereieruon.yout error,, etoeulre 11.0 uflobaMo.uiilueieicantud or tl,m. lo M'trfaW uiaiilt, uicu i.aaperllnflriolir.('nniiiioplloiur Inaanllr, Can l,a carried In vett pocket. St i in, aa, vj uisu ITIIUaBA onlar 0 XnrialvatinrllleiaauariiatealueHraarreruaalrneilediral ilia Money. Hold brail EaVelaW Inplalu wrapper, Addteea TaRBuIuan aCJafKilruitltta. Alt fvrlt.takanomlier. Wrlla for Maaoiilo'leaipla.CuicautK .31 m0 9f9fl If MANUnnniviBVrmi9VTl .ai'."?av?HKnnrv. :.v,:.:.r.:..r:,T." uieanilHVii WeakAleniorr.Iitiifli ,1a ..'..r.,c.f 1??:kvk ten, dy en I'onei.lleaOaclieAYakefulaeii.LottManliood.Klatiil IVWI jt, tor tale lu JIufUniYUIa, Ky by uAITIIKIl M:K WA1.LAUB to., JJrujaUia. FOR 20 YEARS BOHLE CO., GUARANTEED, sou) i:vii,UYviiiiiii:, Ji)n. er. rnpan4 It UirillUPWI tldCIII pmmwMMMmimmim, Dutoh Oulbf, Plants.&o 1 Our l'rlra l.M of HVA CtJtriW.It'til'H.X.lLIKH .anil 1'ukti, enatiiiH and BM ajoJLai taJLal UK in efili hi imrj aluirl I W)x287 at this feot,oxcliisivoofnlloy otlico. Allan M, Wallis. Apply Kor aaln by every drug atoro Oontraotor, Builder and Dealer.in In I Ilopldimvtilo. 1 v !ut new r mji spencer, Auay i rBin: 'JCba ir-t--- JB u irTirarMral lu out Bhorthand i it Train r law :mi t atai uriorroo uivo a, tin. ti t tu i ii ubi J'rea'i , J. if, iUll, Beo jr A'iarc-.- 3 tspcuoermn uouogu ni -r m ai BUSINESS ilHCORPORATCO.' r. LUMBER AND BUILDERS' MATERIAL. Virginia atriot, Hotkinsvillo, .. KonjtuoJ aaleltMMfcttltWaaaai i PTaiu,aliu(taMorrilx, riautlDjr.wtu b ruu uiailod u tin appjiumia, AbllBPS NAHZ & NEVNCR, I EvanfVlLi9f Intl. UiltvlH, K aAaua.. mt iuaH, a... f i. j, a A. C jfejJiliilCfiiL IJojihtaouilU Jtcutnclttait. rilKO, i:. IIAItTI.UY, ilualnaM Mn-r HERE AHD THERE. Blnko-mor- CREAM OF NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893 PERSONAL Q088IP. Harry Bryan loess. is in Ciactnaati ou J Mr. N. B. Dickon has roturnod from Cincinnati. MIm Emllj 1). Perry lias roturnod from a li'gthy visit to Chicago. Mr. V. It. Howoll went up to Juottlsrllla last night ou business, Mr. CIim. Knight hns returned from n visit of soveral wooks to Chicago. JcsaioTyrell, nfler b lsngtby vlait lo relatives iu Chicago, returned homo InH Tuosday. Mhts Mrs. R. her homo in Lnfnytitto after a phorl visit to tho family of her boh, Mr. It. J. Coopr has returned to E. Cooper. Tho Harvard Quarlott nt tho Union nnluiriinln Xfinflnv tilt? lit Mr. Paschal Ulles and family, of Howoll, havo movod lo Clarksvillo, Tonn., to livo. Mr. E. II. Prico'n condition has Bomowhat improved and it U now ho lias a chinco to recover. Tho Baptist homo of Mrs. Melton on Va. St. this nf tornoon at 8 o'clock. Mrs. L. A. Payno nnd daughter, ilijs Opbolir., havo taken rooms at Mr. V. W. Crabb'e, ou Campbell stroot. Mr. T. J. Dulin, or Croflon, reports a boot ralsod this ecasop which measured 03 inches in circumference. Vacant dwollinga nro now bard to find, on I after tho aunuai influx from tho country begins thoy will be scarcer still. Social Union will moot at tho Wm. lloce, an L. & N. brakoraan, 10:10, p. m. got several of bia Hngora mashed off Tho oldest and boat Whisky on Thoro will bo no chnngo In Nos. 55 coupling cars at Pembroke whilo earth for modical purposos at Mc- and 56, tho Hopkinsvillo and Nash"Wednesday. Koo's, tho Cash Grocor. ville accommodation. It will bo ob Tho now brick building of tho Very best and latest stylo shoes served that tho most important Carriage Co. is about ready made by Jeff MorriB over Hoosor & chango is mado in tho south bound for tho roof. Tho front shows three Ballard's. Work solicited. mail train. Tho chango in schedule and b half stories. If you waut your jug or boltlo filled will givo us our Louisville mail near Mr. W. L. Johnson has sold his with good old whisky nt a low prico ly two hours earlior than horotoforo. property on Elm street to Air. W. B. go to MoKoo.the Canh Grocor. Off" For MU&lstlppI. Owon, of Sinking Fork, who will tnko Bent white oak newod half 'soles The Christian County Hunting poswssiou Jan. 1st $1.00. Same tacked 75c All repair Club, fourteen strong, loft over tho O. I. J. Moss, of Howoll, was ing neatly and promptly dono by V. yesterday morning tor their annual hunt. They went this timo to thrown from his buggy nhlio leturn-jDhom- o Jeff Morris. from tbia city last Monday, Monday was a fine day for Carneivillo, Miss., and will go into Last and ouo nrm was badly injured. W bavu't tietn as largo a camp near that place. The club carbuainrtu nskod crowd in town nines the big circus ried with them 18 hoad of stock, two Tliift rxrlinout nuestion was wngonB, 25 dogs, G servants, and plen.after tho election last Tuesday: "If wai hri. ty ofammunition and provisions for a rwbmou are elected to office, why Wo havo heard of Mtreral gentle-mo- tii reo weeks' hunt. The railroad Bshould lhy not bo allowed to votol" who will move from the country company furnished them a stock car, ilr. W.T. Williams jn and V. A. to tho city to live betweou now and flat car, and ono special passenger P'Pool havo rented tho vacant storo tho Drat of uoxt year. coach, and tho thron were attached to 3m in tho Gish block and will noon Auhouser-Busc- h Brewing Associa- the regular train which loft this city stock of grocer- - tion beer, which pon up a firt-cla- s took tho highest at 620 a. m. Following is a list of prize nt tho World's Fair, iu kegs nud tbo hunters: Capt. S. R. Whilo, Jan. S. Parrish, W. W. West, T. P. Burko Mr. Goo. W, Wills, who recently bottles.at McKeo'i. Austin Peay, P.B.Pendleton, W. A. Mason & Bought out tho business of Tom Johnson, who was missing 2UJ, Newstead, has sold out lu from torn for two or three wooks, wo Lowry, Poto Barker, T. E. Caudle, FatoJ7.'and othor property at that unduNtnud is back nt work on tho Walter A. Radford, B. J. Garnott, W. F. hart, Dr. Trice, nnd R. Motcalfe, ukhoo to Mr. E. H. Andewou, of thin foundation of tho now hotol. of Greonfiold, Ills. will tako possesjetty. Mr. Andorsou Tho haudsotneat lot of diamond "The Paradito of Fools." sion Jan.l. rings for tho money ever in Hopkins-ville- . Maooger G til brent li has secured ex- Mr! J. W. Yancoy liad aealeofbis Goods cheerfully shown whethGo v. "Bob" Taylor for ThuraJoy proportT iu Ibis city Monday, propBr er you want to buy or uot. night, tho 23d inaU He will onlor-taiatory lo ujoving to Pnducnh, where T. G.Yates. our pooplo with his famous loc Richmond bo will talto chargo of tho Mr. W. T. Bjuto yesterday movod IIouso in that placo. His lot on Clay into ono of tho Starling brick cot- turo, "Tho Paradise of Fools." Gov. Taylor has boon hero before ond it is atreot, batwoou Ninth and Tenth; ou tages ou North Main atreot, and Mr. useless for us to say anything in his hotel formerly which tho southern IT TOVJt i0KAcnxs. nota- "Diuk" Elgin moved iuto the bouse praiso. really Eoodror Wherever ho goes ho Or yoa are all worn Try stood, was purchaood by Mr. II. W. purchased of Mr. Boute. inir. It li neneraf delights. Reforring to tho lecturo, IttOX uArmlS. give DHOWS Tibbs, thopneo paid befog $1,025. Uver, and It will care 10a. eleanie 70m Tho membors of tho Christian tho Atlanta Constitution says: a good arpetlte. An agreement haa boon slgnod iu church have purchased nn elegant "Governor Toylcr, with heart of Now York City by Billy Thompson, l'ix orgnu for their use, and the in- melody and tongue of gold, was nover Charles Mitrholl, tho strument is expected to arrive the lost representing moro in his elomont or with fuller pugilist, and W. A. Brady of tho month. 'English coutrol of hit audionco than last wprajantitf James J. Ooruett, which- The night. A culturod and appreciative .entertainments at tho Tabor probably navo tuo oiieci oi unngaudionco gathorod to bear his words logoff tho big iuternatioual fight Iu iiaolo bo far as closed are tho Harvard of wit and wisdom, with laughtor aud My ENTIRE STOCK at COST Qunrtettoand Dr. Talmago'a locturo. id Olympio club at rsow urienuB. applause, while for his puror olo- TO toko placo on Decern After thorn wo are to havo Ron. Sam quence thero was batod broath, and iTho fight is lo Jones and Stewart, iber 18 for a purso of 520,000, winner for hia pathos, rich and tender recolStore Fixtures also for Bale. to tako all. This looks moro liko The World's Fair and tho Christian lections of childhood, that wore sugsbusinew and tho prospscts aro now county oloction aro over and thero is gestive of tears. nothing to break tho monotony of Ben Rosenbaum. pod for a figUU Governor Taylor Is an artist true quiet lifo and business until tho noar to nature, Whon you Dud a man Rov. F. T. Lathe, formerly pastor approach of Christmas. who can got off thnt peculiar dialect UP STAIRS, 'of tho Universalis Church In this Wanted: An intelligent lady or in all its phases better than Gov. In city, arrivo I Tuosday with his family Honry Block. Taylorf you will alto havo a man who as pastor goutlomaii to fiell tho authentic proand will resume his duties ceeding, of "Tho Parliament of can down the beat Touueasoo politic Tbrie dorg will howl aa loud at they ken, of tho church uoxt Sunday,, nis sub Religious"; eight weeks ploasaut and ians who has ilourishud since tho war. For Pyle & Ilensliaw, tlio Furniture men, ject for tho forenoou will bo: "J lie prolltablo employment. Wrlto quick Tho beauty of tho governor'a perora Our new ttyle Sulti, all made ol oak, Church or tho rresout anil mo u cheap you'll think It ajoke. if you want territory. Tho Historical tion in rarely ovor excelled by tho Weofferio and IU Relation to the Peoplo." volw? loftiest flights of our orators. It is O, don't you hear our Publishing Co., Dayton, Ohio. In tho owing, "Optimism in ReligThen walk yourelve rlht up, rich in imagery and boautlful expresWe'ie treed the Ramo como make a choice. ion," The church ia to bo cougratu- Will somo honest RopuDiican l pup. sion. And encourage our ou having agaiu oocurod tho latod Why did Mr. tho question: Call and boo for yourselves, will Prowso haro eoparato books made for aorvlcos of this able divino. Ho MATRIMONIAL. nrnnnli rfllMllarlv for tllO church in municipal eloclioni iu Pembroko and future, METCAMT-BiCrofton nud put tho county and city Mr. Jno. J. Mot- UNION ticket in tho hiuuo book for nopkiuH-villo- . calfe, of this city, nnd Miss Willio celebrated op Dr. A, J. Knapp, tho "Whnt Is bouco for tho gooao" Louise Barr, of Bowling Groou, will tician, niado his last professional visit Bhould bo "aauco for tho gander." bo married on tho 22nd Inst. Miss to our city Monday. Dr. Knapp 1ms Barr is a sister of Mm. P. P, Huffmau, mouth "KTav 15? Last Sunday mornlug- Ed. Willboon viBiting our city once a of Church Hill. about four years, and ho has built iams, a negro horao trador and farmSjKan excellent business by prompt- er, who resides about n milo oast of MARUIAOC LICENSES, his barn, 7,000 ness aud fair doaling. Ho eocurod tho Clarksvillo, (jlost Waltor Martin to Georgia Petty. Robert, Marquess to Bertha B. Bar-nol- t. confidonco of tho pooplo nt first, nud pounds of tobacco, twolvo head of was mautaiuod mules and horses and a lot of harness that conOdbnce throughout. Ho la a poliahod and mnoblnery by flro. Tho total COLORED. a first class optician and a loea will roach f2,000, with no InsurJim Quiaonbory (0 Mattie Kobroo. Admission 50 cents. good buslnoss man nil round. Tho ance, Schools aud children half price. Doctor will locatn pormononlly In DEATHS, S, P, Gross, who ran a restaurant Evansvlllo, Iud., having secured tho of in tho Kentucky building ut the ofllco, Instruments and fiinilturo Llttlo Dan Morrltt, tho itholatoW. V.Cook, M. D., In the Wotld'n Fair, haa entered suit for 0 sixMeubitt fion of Mr. Danlol II. year-olagainst the Kentucky cvjnimlsaloii- rocout- lAroado biilkllug. Dr. Knapp Morrltt, died of fover Tuosday after iirraduotod In n Naehvllla iiulvoralty ors for damagos ,Ho claims that they open tho building till a noon, after an Illness of two woeks, Iud will limit his prautlco to tho oye, failed to Ho was a bright nnd promising llttlu uoao and throat. HU many frionda month after tho fair bfgtm and be and was almost Idolized by his him abundaut eucceea iu was thtiH put out by having lo pay fellow flierowiub paronts. Tho sympathies of a largo bia mou anlarlos, olo. bis now homo, Ho will commenco clrclo of friends nro extended (0 Mr, I practice Deo. 1, The drossod stone work on tho ond Mrs. Morritt in their aflllclion. foundation of (ho now Itptel U noar-lu- g Tho burial took placo In llopowoll In Olden Time complotiou, nnd Forbes Si Bro. morning. t People overlooked the Jmportanco of ara rapidly putting iu tho joists for Comotcry Wlnosday m mm anuailGimy iwuunciai unucm mm McGohoo Ilros,, of Pembroko, havo pro b&Msuetl Willi uansioni aouon, tho first floor, Wlieu Daltou Bros, l now that It Is generally known finish laying tho brick botwoon tho lonsod tho uow brick store houso ha- Syrup of Figs will permanently joists tho foundation will bo allowed Ing orocted in that place and will 'habitual constipation, weuiu- - to settle until uoxt spring nnd then morn their stock out of tho Miller pjoplo will wot buy othor lax jthlehactforn time, but fiatllj wi'tch but for ono bf tha bandaomott building w boou m tboir now house kotols aL'tlw-gou- t irifiuklwd. tern. . l el To-nig- Raided Hl Hin flooib v , o Take your proscriptions lo Chicken thlovoa rnndo n'raluXoni Bros, Dr. J. A. Southnll'fl lion house Tuos-da- y Slaplo Grncerloa at wholosalo prices night and carriod off a dozen lino nt McKeo'fl. Plymouth Rock fowls. Choeeo of nil kinds from 12Jo to40o Cot.Slmi Elected In Trigg. lor lb, at McKoo'a. Gracoy, Ky., Nov. 9 UnoJDoIol from tho ontiro county bIiow Now lot of ougagmont rings, pltiin that J. W. Lackoy, tho Populist can gold nnd Rot, at Ynles'. gavo Col. ronton aims a Many of our morohnnU aro rocotv- - didate, closo raco, Tho laltor'B majority Is ffig their Chrifllnias goods. roported to bo only 02. Alex Crnbb has nccoptod a iwiitiou Shot In the Face. as nalesman for E. M. Gooch. Lloyd, of tho Antloch .Charlos An elegant lino of tollot arllcloH uoichborbood. wan accidentally shot just recoived by Blakomoro Bros. in tho fBcoby Frank Akoridgo, a companion, whllo out hunting a fow A puro brod Berkshire Sow for aalo, days ago. Tho gun was loaded with or will exchango for corn. bird shot. Ono of tho young man's now residences oyos was destroyed and tho othor So r oral Ijandoom will bo built in tho next six moutliH. injured. and Thonkbglving goods Chrlslmas Cold Wnvo Ahead. in endless profusiou at McKoo's. In Hlck'a Novombor forocaita, bo Alll sizes of paper bags and flour jays from tho 7th I to 11th is a mark-o- d storm poriod, and thero will bo sacks constantly ou baud at this ofmuch sufforlng and loss on land nnd fice. whoro foresight and caro aro not Go to Barrow it McRao'a Europo-a- u son, cxercisod. Thero will bo much snow Hotel. All kiuds of ordora sorvod nud sleot to tho North. About the at all hours. 12th a 8ovoro cold wavo will spread Mr. Geo. W. Lander has bought over tho country, bo predicts, lasting tho Ed. Greou cottngo on North Lib- up to tho 15th. Aftor a fow reactionerty street. ary days thoro will bo violent storms Special lot of ton yoar guarantee of wind, rain and snow to tho north, and 25 year guarantoo gold watches, and electrical storms to (ho south. This poriod will be followed by at T. G. Yates'. cold wavo of several days duraIf you want hoaltb, romember puro tion. food prolongs lifo. Call on Mckoo, th oCash Grocor. Change of L. fc N. Time Card, For all kindn of fluo imported winos Tho L. & N, will put a new timo nnd the oldost whiskey, call on card In offect Sunday, as follows: Binnow & MoRak. No. 51, south bound mail, now Tho vorr best hay, clovor. and leaving nt 0:39, p. m., will loavo at timothy, corn and bran for nlo at J. 5 13, p.m. No, 53, south bound express, now H.&W.P.WinfrcoV leaving a. ni., will leave at MoKao droa not quote prices, it is woll known by ovoryono 4:35, a. in. No. 52, north bound mall, now that ho Ieeds in prico nnd quality. leaving at 9:12, a. m., will loavo nt A largo assortment of beautiful lap J:52, a. m. roboft and, horse blankets ranging No. 51, north bound express, now a. from SI to f 15 at J. H. & W. P. loaving at 10:15, p. m., will leave at an-othWin-froo'- J DPR! F Si is aKing TOO MITCH TOO MITCH 'Mr. u r n patients should rcinombor tho dalo as ho only remains ono day. And to tho FOR nfllictod wo would soy, boo tho Doctor at onco, as ho will dlognoso your case and can probably rollovo you of Buffering which has been a sourco of Lump coal Car Load...,8Jo por Bu. groat auuoy onco for yoara. Romom-bo- r 81.75 por Bbl 7Bu.Bbl.Solt tho dalo and cotno early, ns bis " " C " 11.40 " " nlwnyn crowded. rooms aro Grnnula'.od Sugar 5Jo por Lb. CROFTON. Immenso bargains in tho fluo stock separata coach bill has stopped of goods purchased of Mason & Wills. Tho "us Pond Riviana" ifrom riding ( tho "local". Wo nro compelled to stay in your city all night if wo come "The Profit Givor," at nil. If you do not sen us bo often NowBtead' Ky, as of yora you may know the reason. We still think of you although wo can not boo you. Verily tho L. & N. is a Tho "I.W. HARPER" is n puro groat institution. whiskey, distilled from tho boat Corn It is no uncommon sight now to and Ryo that monoy can buy aud aoo eight or ten road wagona hauling from the purest Spring water. It is coal from the mines near horo to matured naturally and not artificially. Hopkinsvillo. Another docided It requires no ndultoration to givo it (!) in having a railroad. a flavor nud bouquet, and it is as rich Wo hoard a voter say: and palatablo ns a fine old Sherry. not vrhM It uied to be The elMllon It is a Gentleman's whiskey. Slnco tccrct billoti hkT come, SOLD BY No more elder, ginger cako and "Te" Tuosc good old dajri are gone. W. R. LONG Hopkinsvillo KY. Undo Grovor has put Thanks giving mighty Into. Turkeys will bo ripe and ready lo pull before Nov. 30th. 1 will sell at tho Coffey placo, near Sportsmen of this vicinity would ou liko for vou lo keep your dudes at Church Hill, where I now live, my Friday, Novombor 17th, 1893, all homo. Thby causo tho laud owners property, consisting of f head of to post thoir forms. Thoy (your Mules, 10 head of Cattle 2 of thorn Hoptown dudes) nro just as liablo to Milk Cows, 40 hoad of Hogs, 130 kill tho farmor'a horsea and cattlo in barrels of Corn, u lot of Hay; also farming implements of nil kinds, tho pastures as thoy nro tho birds. bindors, mowors, wagons, etc., and They como down horo, got pretty full household and kitchen furniture. Alof rod liquor and are a source of dan- so a crop of tobacco, Buppoeod to be ger to tho pooplo and bring tho sport about 20,000, Ibr. Will also offer for rout to tho highofit bidder tho place Mux. into bad repute. upon which I.resi'to.of nbout 200 acres including 7f acres in in cultivation, wheat. Terms mado known on day The Rodgers Testimonial of sale. Salo to begin at B o'clock. Mrs. May Y. HuurnniES, A Rocoption will bo givon at tho Church Hill, Ky. Pythian Castlo Hall this eioning at 8 o'clock, in honor of Graud Chancellor A. D. Rodgors. Tno following program has been prepared: Wnrd's Orchestra 1. Overture tho auctibnoer, desires to H.P. Gilmor M. Boll inform Fans, 2. Address, the pooplo of this and adjoin3. Vocal Solo.. Mm. J. W. Mitchell ing counties that ho will auction any Arthur Ward and all property at very reasonable 4. Coruot Solo, rates. Address him Box 220, Hopkins-viil5. Vocal Solo,... Ky. Miss Katie MoDoniol 0 IUciution "Knee Deep in Juno" Starling L. Marshall 7. Vocal Solo,.. Miss Green Henry I will soil at publio nuction on Sat Word's Orchestra 8. vValtz urdBy Nov. '18, at my residence at the 9. Duet Munford lann, near .Howoll, all my Mrs. Mitchell and T. W. Long livo stock and farming implemonto, Dr. Jas. A. Young including marea and colt?, mules, 10. Address Tho vVnllers cattlo, wagons, plowH,etc. Everything 11. Quartette will go, no by bidding. Twolvo 12. Instrumental Duot, mouths' timo without interest. Sale aud Mercer to b"gin nt 9 o'clock. Misses Fairlo'gh 13. Good night,. Wnrd's Orchestra T. J. Tehbell. tb The muBic committee is composed of Knights T. W. Long and Bailey Waller. Tho Commiltoo of arrangements nro tho now goods coming in daily at iucludes Kuighta: Mrs. Carrie HarU'a. Tho ladies' feast of good things in Millinery is to bo J. B. Galbreath, ftew rattern found tuuru. llioa Lucion H. Davis Hats aro "just lovoly," Thoso now Clarenco E. Konnody, shodos iu Ribbonn aro exquisite, and Joseph C. Bucknor, tho largo lino ot .Novelties is just "too And the prices are low dowu Jouett Honry. Bwcol. to suit the times, Mrs. Carrie Hart. ffra stheet. My Underwear has been going out handsomely for two weeks, and yet I am largely The only Pure Crcaui of Tartar Powder. No AmuionlnjKo Alum. overtsooked. Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Used iu , .. .7 i n..n ,7 r .. Dp, Appleman. SPECIAL LOCALS. at A9et worth 75g red cash. This notod specialist will again visit tho city Thursdny, Nov. 10. His Prices Reduced Mso call j or that Ladies' h l union sail AJ.-.- rmu U3TlPe m raramwEAEi UNDERWEAR! mm m mm. gratifying to a dealer in the ourse of business to stri o upon an article that gives universal satisfaction nlnnsc nvnrv- "0(I3 Um' buy8 has been our oxpei'l- ence with the s am 'VHJlrB&&1R' er. I;is 1 1. 1 alf-woo- at 760, wortli CASH! Simpsoii8 blaoh. JVice Ladies' Cashmere mittens worth 60c at S6o, Saxony yarn, black, 7e per hank, worth 10c. Jwportedyam, black, 1 Oc per hank, worth 15c All calicoes 5c, best makes of Indigo and line of ladies' and children's overshoes $1.60, Children's wool mittens from 10 o to S6o. Majestic Range, If you want a range that is perfect m just in, G. W. WILLS. $5,00, worth $6.50, A few pairs he&vy 10-4- every detail, durable and ornamental, to which a boiler can be attached for bath and blankets to close at other purposes get the yourself Doubling sale on now and will be until Jan. 1st, when I must vaoate one room. Help me close out and save money to Yours &c., WE GUARANTEE TEEM. 1 Geo, W. Pull line of other stoves in stoc. and examine them. Call Center Hopkinsvillo, Ky., Nov. 7, 1893. FORBES &BR0. Tenth and Main. PUBLIC SALE OF 1 Attention! o, PUBLIC SALE. Ever Seen in Hopkinsville3 Now Open for -i the FALL TRADE at : ('' l 4 v r t' "f Stylish, Indeed, C M Hard Hard Times is the cry, and cheap goods every body wants, ana I am prepared to show the trade the prettiest, cheapest and the most complete stock of Incorrect fitting Spectacles and Eyeglasses. SPECIAL LOCALS. The Choicest and most solect 1 Times. latest novelties in Silk Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, No- tions, Gent's and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Oil- - clotlts, Linoleums, Gent's Boots and Shoes, and a WILL CLOSE OUT HOLIDAY QUIT BUSINESS. BARGAINS T full line of the celebrated StHbley Ladies' GOODS Misses' fine Shoes, all bought for spot cash. and Wo will tako it for frrautod thnt your spectacle Ioubo ure a porfoct ill for your oyos, but aro you euro that tho framos which contain tho lonso are ncorrost fit in ovory way! (which is raroiy ovor the caso) If iut, you nro da juived of llmt comfort tlmt is oxpectod, nnd that you should havo from yout fjlassoa, oh In evorv instnucoof intofittiug frames thoy do incalculable injury to tho eyos. so do not neglect tln'H vory important point just becauso you th not fully understand it or roalUe thoir bad offocla. It is not ovory optician who can til glasses woll ; that cnu lit frnmos to the faco aud eyoa cor- over scon in tho city, and at pricos that will Burpriso you. Wo bought thorn CLOSE and proposo giving our customers tho benefit of our bargain. the future. The trade is cordially Invited to inspect mv stock. 1 am very thankful to my many friends for their liberal patronage in the past and hope to share a good part of the same in rectly. It requites n cortain amount of mechanical skill, which nil cannol ncquiro. Now ns accuracy nnd competency iu workmanship, as woll as truth-fulnesis characteristic of my 28 years of success in business surely my houso ought to bo tLo safest uow to patrouio, and for nil who need anything n my line. Graduate Optician EVES T1&TEI) FREE. and Jowoler. Respectfully, ROGERS & ELGIN, El Diwpists and Stationers, n. R. T. M, LITTELL, Pmswent J Jones CITY BANK. corner Seventh and Main. M z&wMY gi ?4is, gm0 x Mmfev! K2g5 ySggh Correct Pitting. Anrlrew Sear pent M. D PHYSICIAN Anu SURGEON, re deep-tone- d WanteD Tho address of ono thousand persons who want to buy H. M. BOLLINGER ATTORNEY AT LAW. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Special attention to the Co'loclloi of Claims. Olll.-- .J J LUU. E. B. LONG, Vicie President W. T. TANDY, Casuibb. on-aw- bob-tal- Capital soo.ooooo. I3rThIi Bank offers itsiervicos loth) publio as a safo depository undivided profits s5.000.oo. surplus $00,000.00, OKF1CK HOPKINSVILLE, KY.. rifth and Main tUttU, oppoilta Cltr Court Room. 4 west ldo Court Squai Rn TABERNACLE QUEENSWARE, i5 Monday Evening, Chattanooga Plows And Repairs, Ai LOWEST GASH Prices Havo a now REAPER and BINDER ond ono MOWER, I will aoll for half thoir valuo. mmt?m?m?WfrTimm???fwmm?m?m???fW??wg gou-tloma- o, Harvard Quartette. 1 GIVEN i'Jl'SSiWH H'ftv &s&$&i'--- bhlWiEUHMUd AGENT. h, HTi sHPiTifj v ft 1 Ti m a) 15,-00- d t supply of I have just reoeived a new new shapes Plumes and. Feathers; also all the in Bonnets, Hats, and Children's Hats. See them before you purohase elsewhere. I oan save you money. S.Patine Grown Sailors 31o, worth 76o. My O, Dorset has no equal, Many other articles too numerous to mention. Btampeu uooas ana mosses, Millinery Mrs. Ada O. 1 1 AWAY! HHH !. tr-- firil r i OUiilU uiiJV rui nrr t anli p rfi n Folding BodktRack Foldiog Music Rack J Mfi If Tim Above mil ropiooiilHoup SOLID OAK TARLR Uiat wo lUMpo JIUSIO-UAC- K. KltS. In ptltlltfou In llioTAIILKwnlwviianOOK.IUOKmnltt THBY DONT COST YOU ANYTIIINU. lo UlVlt AWAY to our CUSTOM You em TAJIK jour UJIOICK. IfTCyK? When you want KfNK OLOTIUNfi. KIKfiANT l'UJINISIITVf it, XOllllY 1IATJ5, TAIIU-MAD- K KITS, PAIR DIJALINO, 1'OI.ITK ATTKNTIOX unit ROCK JIO'ITOM IMIICKH. Coino to u mul jou will (cot them all luoludliig ono of tho above pirH'iilf, Layne, B COX BROTHERS. li lr 1 .1 I cu 3 CIms. 1. tayae, Stable,- A J10MNTI0 JtETIUMT. Oatnllnn Island. Coasl-.Meinn- rles HOPKINSVILLE, I COR. SEVENTli AND VIRGINIA STS. ,TjrUooJlllKnUhorwlthouldrlrerT,furntho.ld(rornljlit. sbisare LADIES F uro I lilt Special rates to Commerrla. niraodlous; good lot room tidJulnlnK NIUK WAITING ItOQil STKUlAI, ATTENTION U1VKN TO NOA1UIIM) HOHSKS "CM Line (BuooesaortoPolkOaniler.' AvAlon, tho Cnpltal of tho Bnntn oriiie Most I'nselnatlng 1'arlDo Lb cry, Feed And Sale One Prwits n the if the Lutler tteinnle 1'ast Day l'ecnllarllles. KENTUCKY FIRST ARRIVAL NEW FALL GOODS. Block of Fall Goods In llio nowest designs nnd latest GOODS, LADIES' nnd OJ.NT'S I'XDEUVVKAll, and J ADIES' II ATS nml MILLINERY. Thcso wlih a full lino of Staple and Juicy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions, piirchapd during tho panic nnd offered at prices lower tlian evei befoio known. A bargain oflbrcd In ovvry artlclo, at tylos In DUESS it received new MORRIS COHEN'S, Next door to First National Hank. L A lv Hh run oniT Kb Ri TABLEM BUCKEYE DC Through Trunk between tho elites o' w h Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis villc Evansvillc St. Louis, OURES NOTKING BUT PILES. ' Aad tho cities of MontNashville, Memphis, A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years ns tho BEST gomery, Mobile and New REMEDY FOR PILES. tnfn hr BICHlMlSOX HIDICIK CO.. IT. UUU Orleans, WITHOUT CHANGE! AMD SrKKD UNBlVALKD. OINTMENT Shortest & Quickest Route Ladies Only. EH Dl' MONT'S FEMALE REOULATIMO PILLS are always safe and reliable. lS.OOO testimonials from all oyer the world. Be are of dangerous substitutes and Imitations, Price ft 00 per package. Sent by mall securely sealed worn ouwrvauon. Auurrss, it. m, nuMnnv, MX). UsIsttdSi. Cbicaito. 111..V.BJL From St. Louis, Evansvillo and Henderson to the 80UTHEAST& SOUTH Through Coaches From above cities to Nash. Tillo nnd Chattanooga making direct con- - Jons H.Castlbhak. A. O JLANOIUM. tion with TOLLMAN PALACE OAES ROYAL For Atlanta, Savannah, Macon, yillo and Points in Florida. Jackson- - IiS O KIM uJj HLiiTrexpool- E Connections nro made at Guthrie and Naahvillo for all points COMPANY. Morth,East, South and West, in ruiiman x'aiaco ars. f EMIGRANTS this road will receive special low ratea, See agents of. this company lor rales. routes &c, or write to C. P. Atmobk, G. P. & T. A. Louisville. SrS?i BARB & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Agents LOUISVILLE. Take The EVAHSVILLE ROUTE HOPKINSVILLE, KY, Garnett $' Moore. TOUR FDTUItC Throughout tho South, RESIDENT AGENTS Tho Favorite Line to And all Points In tho North and Alij " 3SToo:tl3.T7vrst. Homomber this lino has two elegant Atlanta and Chicago. tialiu daily between No. JL xv 10 rro. Chatta. N.C.&rU.L. SAO p.m. l:07a.m " Nashville L.AN. 7:50 p.m cs Evansvllle E.A1 11. X: 30 a.m. 1:04 pjn ' Terra Haul C.ill.t. I'Ma.m I37'.m :lOp.m B.47a.ra. Arrive Chicago Leave Atlanta W. A. Ko. 8. 10,30a.m. H:20p.ro Xf yvl? frv Mson, I j I racelctscfl",??' I nd Atlanta Limited a aeJId ve.tlbuled train with l'ullman . Is sleepers and Day Coaches. A DIiiIhr Car IS IN YOUR OWN HANP, cnabllnK the slushed to the train at Danville, enruute This Ia1mlslry aisumes to tell nhst the lines In joui sassenters to eel their breaWsst liaud Indmate, It will amine yon, if kala alio haa throne h sleeper from Jackson- The above diagram slmt rxpialnsuothlnK more. Itxlf. 'I lie ville, fla., and Memphis. Tenn., to Chicago. leuirth of the LINE OK Lll'K indkalrs nrohsbls World's l'elr Special" rune sob Train No. ui nnicn you I ootid Is equip- an 10 yiMi thirty years. lire, l.aeu uha KLtrr Atlanta and Chi bttwsen Well marked LINK OK ped with elegant Pullman 1 "'or Uuffet Cars, llfl.VI) drnotrs brsln lMt.it: rltlr LINE OP A. G. Palmeh, l'CIUI'UNK. fame or riches, llolli combined mum S. L. Kootrts, success IH I joumoit keep up Southern Passenger Aft. G, l'.A.E.AT.ll IIR Iupss toIn It, lr oa will find plenty nlthModtrii of there In vein Kvanevllle, Ind. CJialtauooga.Tenn. Dcmore't's Vimllj Mifulne, so atirsctit ely thst erery member of the family Is 'rnJu Ni d"rhlri-- o k enter-tslne- USTexe VRKK TRIAL. .Fills VhSsSfKit0' System, eirberscnteor chronic in either sex. Checks all impaired or lost It restores waMtA nr drain: power. atronr the mates m.. Af trees:, rull package ri , stxforlD, trial peck-ar- e lte. with book, sent securely sealed on re- Mini of prlc.yldrest Hr, It. DuUont, 00 So, MatiteaHtresf.;Cbleaeo,Ill. I I Cures Permanently WHEN YOU GO LOUISVILLE Hare Tourl'botograph XIadoat TO New Studio, No. 827 W. Walnut St. WYBRANT'S mum (OverMaesuley't Theatre,) K7. I.OUI8VII.LK, coded a.id made m many stories tojetrrest tliohome circle. oulll l subject to cxtrswes of Urn spirits or iloiionu. ener If you htre the (ilKUl.i; ur vtiiawni marked keep up Tloar spirits by hating Demoreit'e llsgsxine to read Hr suhrcriblnr to It for INI ynn will reteUe a cillery of exnnUite works of art tkltsifA or great value, resides the enprrb IfxVIlnches. " I'm a DilTl" which Is nllnoitarral baby, and eijmltothe original oil palming which cost $300, and you will hare a imi'stlcc thst cannot ite eqaaieu uy any in ine woriu lor lis oesuuiui Illustrations ant sgbjeet msttrr, that will kerp you postal on all the loplcs of the day, and all Die fads, and different Items of Interest about the household, besides farnliblog Interesting resdin; matter, both grare and gay, for the whole family j and while Domorest's Is not a fashion inscsilne, Us fashion pszrs are perfect, and you get with II, free of cost, ill tho piiteins you wlh to use during tho year, and In any size you choose, hend In your subscription at once, only l, and you will really grt over MS 00 In rslue. Address the pub. Usher. W. Jennings Detnorcit, 15 East 11th HI , Nrtr York If you are nnacqualnted with the Magulne.eendroraspeclmencopy A IsrreOlTAl). HA SOLE means hi.nistyl a Isrge TlHANdl.E, gene rosily; lor Yimr filVlfUOK OK TIIUMI). strongwilli IONO HETOS'D DIVISION, reawn-l- n faculty. TheMOI S'T OK Jl I'llKK lietokrns smbltioni that of SATl'UN. prmhnrc! theht'N, lore of splendor MA1IH, coo rage, ilOON.lmsplns. Hon; VENl'H lasof plessnrsi and MEIICUUV, Intelligent; Take our advice aa above and you will he surv to possess the last and most Talutbls .uallty. r " It Is s du n mscsilnes In one. AC'LKAIl LINK OK HKMtT besprsks tendemessj a straight LINE OF TATE, peaceful llfei Hie revome If LINK OP HKALTII crooked A well spares yon doctors' bills i so nil) the bealth hints In Uemorest's No other msgstlne txiulunes m aoed mi m Mississippi Valley Route Yazoo & Mississipi Valley R. R. Oo. THE POPULAR LINE I V. of exaggeration in popular uw at the race trnoU tlia world over, wu first uttorixl by a BiiorUiijf Irlnhman, CunU HKTWBKN NATCIIKZ UBMI'IIIS, O'Kolly, lit Kpwmi, May 8, 17fl, wlieu IIATON UOUOE, YICKBBUItO. Jiollpsu illtanoel the tk'hl. "Eclipse NKW OUI.KlNtf. Hiiiit(it ul Interiing llrst, the rost nowhure," wnh the mf tain's terto description of the race, Iitx fittirtiqie Cviatr FAIlMINa IN FOREIGN LANDS. Th Jtlee and Hngar I'lanlatlnns, and great l(AueriM ttnutliaf saasulT" fiUKar Houses and Tiik Krenoli mlnUtur of agrleulturo Baton Itougt are especially lnviUin?. and now iiit.ii on monthly orop reportn, an Ih aeier fall to please the i.l.icrvsnt passenger. done in (leniMny and Hungary In llalween Memplili and Vlekaburit the Una l.ntrland thin worlc la undertnkon by 'asses through some of the finest cotton r In the Jirlta. the tho Iolon TiintH. asost fertile agrlcullurUetlus yf country ou UiNiiKMi'KsiT hag been prevalent in raylh, plan-atlon- a 'Ilii.in: li n movement in mntum joi liavln(f a rmtlonnl parlc created In the Kcpliron country in order that the trout llHhliitf mny Imj otuninlly pcrpetu-utod- . The mover) liopo to uo live iniliw at tin' Neplgou river north ol I.afco Knperior wt npart nnd gtmrded onii tno river kept atoukoa with lUli. "TiiK rout nowjiere," a vigorous lilt Iloiiud trlu Tieketa 11 n&llfornla mid lie I loo on Ion aal nllthe year round I Wlntsr Tourists"! lekcli Iw New Orleans and Sou Ih Isra Tejaa points arej on als until April lh. t)i boutliurn provinesjHiof Ituaklu. kUu JImt brought frum the nel.liburhoixl of this ltlvur Don, where tvn tliouwu'J Jiuiwl llagiilfieaai I'ullBian nuffetfileeniriB Cars Run a a llitween Qlnelunatl. Kew Orlcsns, via Mempuli WlliiJHiK-ueijgo Irat.- . .U(t -.JIAKIIUN Map KcldefS and price of four department. J'jik pennlitJou toeollMtdoud luavei in the forests of Austria, v)h h has bi'rn restricted of lute years, hit now b'in Jilf rally extcndnj, bcratioo foil-i'- ,. depart-menu- , In thlrty-fnu- r an luwoife in twfcuty-wvpn- , itud below au nvorujfti urop in twenty, nbovo tin of cattle wsru utUcVtd, The 1'roneh jMrtuto crop lisiijyi.ldH avru(( .'UBIfMss 2VorUiTtntuiWiv'fi , ,w W. W, ".ulj:' Asr uo uiu r iiiu. jrriiMicurroiiry"htnl an.H- l tti'-'air- yeiujvuwi utt.mu 11 i !P tlfunlnr III Hlnf Hie J'arvi 'tof 'ind. t,K i..j Constipation. Oculist estimate that ono person in Symptoms Headache, low spirits. eruptivo lores, piles, loss of nppettle- - four has dofectlvo vision. Inactive or irregular bowels. Accord, The design Is a copy of an ancient to the best medical authorities, fully Celtic cross, ond the stem Is to be richPlantation Fiunxucui. Co., throefourlhs of the peoplo of tho ly carved after the manner of the early 315 Secoud SL, Moinpbltr, Teuu world uflr in torns form from Celtic Christians. The principal dePlantation Chill Cunc la KUftrnn- conttimness or irregular action of tho teed. If It dou't Ourog nud got vice above the arms on the face of the jour bowels Thero is uo doubt that xnanv monoy Uk. cross will be the "Hook of Common Ak your merchant Prayer." On tho reverse will be the disease are caused br conttinutlon. about it. Prico fjOoto. SalM b arms of tho Episcopalian diocese of Aids from creating impurity of tho Ulakoinoro Bros California and threo Inscriptions recitdioou, it gives nso to noadactie, piles, ing that It is a memorial of the first lavar, (uuniiiy, ale. Uy using tier Uuclo Sam furnishes forty ono pof Christian servico on the coast, of the man Liver Syrup tha bowel, liver first use of tho "Rook of Common and kidneys aro noon regulated, and n cent of tho world'a ailrer, Prayer" In the country and of one of complcta euro is performed. COo and COL. 'EDMUND- - JIICE, V. 8. A. A Wondorful Seller. the first recorded missionary prayers J 1 00. Samplo bottlo freo at H. O. On the third day of the battle of tinrumcsV drug store. n the continent. Pleasant to Inko, mild in its actjpa e THE PREACHER SENATOR. Tho will be seren feet high Gettysburg he was wounded twleo, and lasting in its oJTect. ,N Bran- -' and ornamented with Runla designs, under circumstances that mado u chapA bv1s3 exhibit of watches la vnl' don, a prominent druggist at Cndir; XL KyU, at Uamaatis Career of Jamss each facade presenting a cross like ter In his war record of which he may ued at Koath Daksit. Ky., certifies that ho mil moro GerJ2o0,000. well bo proud. For that day' work One of the most cnthnslastie silver that of the main shaft above It. man Livor Powder than nil othor liv congress voted him a medal of honor. men in the United States is James or mwliciniw combined, and it givoi Warranted. He led the advance of his regiment and CHATEAUBRIAND'S GRAVE. Henderson Kyle, of Aberdeen, Junior Every bottle of German Liver better Rati faction, than any minll ' Jfew York In the Syrup is the Forty-secon- d senator from the young state of South The lTeaeh Author Hurled on the Lom,! cioo ho has over sold wnrantod to giro eujlroaatis-factioA woadorim charge mado to close tho gap in tho Dakota. Senator Kyle's history reads In all cases it is recomeudotl for, seller. This great remedy is frwi takRoek Where II Was Horn. federal llnu and repel Pickett's like a romance. Ho was born near 1m Chutcaubriand, the famous French In tho fierceness of this nffalr provided tho contents of tho bottlo ia ing tho lend nbovo other livor mediXenia, O., February 84, 1S54; entered author who, after dining with Washaccording to "directions cines. I'rico 26c. Sample Free. For the Nineteenth Massachusetts cap uod the University of Illinois in 1871, but ington at Philadelphia, said: "There four stands of colors nnd lost It is tho most plesant mediciuo nalo by K. C. Hardwick. Sli Sill left It in 1873 to enter Oberlln college is virtue in tho look of a great man," is turedone-hay of Its number in killed on tho market. Children take it readitflfi ale waa graduated from the classical buried at the actual spot where he was over A aingio trip of an ocean ateamor and wounded. Col. Rice was among ly. I'rico BOc. and $100. Samplo Tim unnMiT's mansio.x. born, and probably no ono was eyer the severely wounded, huvlng fallen In bottlo freo at H. O. Hnrdwiek'a drug requires 57,000 wortli of coal. laid In a stranger resting place It is front of his men in the midst of the store. boy, sentinels were on guard day and ,VL on n jutting point of rock in a lonely, fray. night, and on tho approach of a canoo Is your lifo worth 'J exposed position. The circumstances It takes a million nnd a half uion to Dumb Chill; AgUo; CO cental CWHi In 1863 he wns mado lieutenant of warriors a signal smoke went up Congoatlvo which led to his being buried there are colonel or tho Nineteenth Massachu- work tho world's coal mine. ON THE JlRi.CH AT AVALOX. from the conical summit, nnd the Death. Thl is the evolution of that thus related by a French biographer: setts volunteers and on many imporbraves, armed only with the bow nnd has passed from one goTcrninent to anmalarial chilly sensation. Slop "The father and mother of the VIcomte tant occasions commanded regiment! It cost Italy 25,000,000 dollars a llini 1LAXTATlON ITIIfLL ITllBH W arrow, swarmed upon tho beach In other, nnd from ono individual to Chateaubriand were on board a vessel In action. During August, 1WI, he waa readiness to repel the foe. Tho Indian another, and the Indians, the only St, Malo. It was night when In command of Fort Rice, aud had yoar to maintain her standing army.j do it,or it will cosuydu nothing, aoid bound for filgnnl smoke was doubtless tho origin rightful owners, stood by and witoy uinsumoru .uroe. they neared the coast, and a terrific risen to the rank of colonel. He wai Mr, V. M Terry, who has boon in of tho signal 6crvIco of the pnlc-facnessed tho barter and nalo and were storm waa raging. No boat could present when the confederate army aieiST ho drug business at Elkton, Ky for Hut it is more primitive A wot hldo never once consulted. Thirtr-fiv- o surrendered at Appomattax court-houhcountries have b?u i Is placed over ft smouldering lire. In ho past twelvo years soys: "Cham In later years, tho woalthy Mexican rmliui lie Din CdIf.iUii a moment u volume of sinoko han accu- ranchers of tho vicinity of Los Angeles berlain's Cougb Kemody giros better Since that time he has been nlmoet satisfaction mulated under tho hldo and It is used tho island In common as a ranch continuously on duty throughout the itt'iliciuo I than any other cough emitted In small spiral columns by or "corral" for cattlo and sheep. But A'reyour children subject to croup T east and west. On several occasions ood reasonhavo over Bold." Thoro is If bo, you should raising a corner, or in a hugo black tho Indians played havoc with their never bo without a for this. No other will SSSATOB KVLB, SOUTH DAKOTA. he engaged in encounters with hostile volumo by suddenly lighting tho hldo, stock. Then the rancher, who Cough Indians, and was with Gen. Miles dur curr n cold so quickly, no other is oo txitllo of (Jhatuwrlalti'a ,or in sections of columns by "flapping" seemed to have a "pull" with the courso of that Institution In J87S, preruun a proTenttVH auo. nun for Remedy. It is a certain cure ing the recent uprising of tho Sioux. tlio hldo over the coals. The "code" is government, had soldiers placed upon pared 'for the bar, but afterward encroup, and has aover been known to He was recommended for brevet colonel nnii, ; no other niTouU so much quite lengthy, and their slmplo "smoko tho Island. Frequent battles were tho tered the Western theological sem in iMiNPu of whooping cough. For fail. If given freely as hooix aa tha of the United States army, his present inary at Allegheny, Pa., graduating la talk" Is about as complete us tho army result, disastrous to both sides. Th croupy cough nppenm it will prevent rank. In addition to his experience in a'e. by It C. Hardwick. signal Rervlco or that at sea. On tho Americans changed this protective, 1882. From that year to 1885 he wa thonttack. It is tho solo roliancti the army of the United States, CoL paator of Congregational churches summit at one corner of thU horseshoe policy, and tho goats havo run wild-wi- lder ' with thousands of mothers who hara Rice has on various occasions Inspected U. T. Salt bay, where the Indian signal smoko FOR MEN OF SCIENCE. than tho Indians, and now Echo and has Lake City. IpswichSince croupy children, and never tlisap- the armed forces of foreign powers. resided at and then he arose, a. "woman-hater- " has built him- furnish nmusement for tho hunting ' points Decr-SBIn 18S9, 1800 and 1601 ho was on dutyin soundings in the Interest giving tllt'in, Them is no iin"isu-- in self a $15,000-cottasurmounted by a tourist, who almost always misses th Aberdeen, S. D. He was elected to the this remrVlv in, larrn- - - ami fro. t Texas. senate upon the Independent - . of sclcnco and commorco were begun cupolu, tho size and shape of tho con-ic- frisky animal. In tho ages of evolu- state . r 4 ipjHui uoyes, on iicoiuaiiia nothing inajkj'f; From Fort Hancock he was detailed in 1608. huts of the aborigines. IJencath tion the Santa Catallna Island goat ticket in 1SU0. After a contest lasting ; tweujty-seve- n on Gen. Miles' staff as acting judge addays, upon the fortieth Tiik mean annual temperature nt the jurious. 60 cent lx)l ilea for sale civ' this cono ho has nn observatory, ban developed into a distinct spec! vocate of the department of tho Mis- iArctlo region Is below thirty degrees K, C HardWick. . f where night after night ho spends Ills so far as his front feet are concerned. ballot he was elected as an indesouri and there remained until Fahrenheit. time In observations of tho heavens, They nro about two Inches shorter pendent to tho United States senate te to organize and command the A woman wan rtivni,iy succeed Oldson C. y like tho astronomer in tho happy Tub snn throws vertical rays on the mornef thnu his hind feet, which enable him Senator Kyle took Moody, republican. TUB oni VK Or CHATKAUDltlAND. Colombia gunrd at Jackson park. his seat March 4, of Rasselas, but, unlike that learned to climb n mountain more readily, and earth s surfaco only upon an area equal tnglanU aUlbttogo of I0LV . lVa.JiS 1801. His term will not expire until venture t , to about thirty-fiv- e n .si A rise t Huinmnn to Churrlu 'astronomer who admitted his friends very likely his partial transformation Tf square miles at any "' "'" ' to the assistance of the crew, once n month to hear his oeiluetlons was brought about by this constant March S, 1S9T. SPECIAL NO.TJC-)aud the Te&scl waa wrecked upon a In the rooms of the Connecticut ono time and enjoy his dlKCoverlcs, the learned mountain climbing. In ascending a rock net far from the shore. Tho Historical society, at Hartford, Conn., TO tho pytyig ' IlErrARCHiON, 100 years II. a, count- American Railway Statistics. and wealthy hermit of this ihland lias mountain side, he goes straight up The fifth statistical report of the in- inather of Chateaubriand passed the there Is to bo seen a piece of a bell ea i,oiz stars with the naked eye and Wo arc s:!fi to fuforiu eur ftistnmAra no reception days, and even plays at never deviating from a straight lin terstate commerce commission has ' Just night ihon the rock and thers he was showing the date of casting, 1739. ThU jioimaus 1,033. The telescope now tnat wo,hjxvp fscxxipietlnt ixcwxpt,' for billlarus nlono. Ills "castle Is luxu- unless some large bow Id or block the) been submitted for the year ended Juno born When he had reooVed manhood fragment, which is In two parts. Is a counts ioo,ooo,ooa riously furnished, and lie also has a way In gotnff down the mountain Vt SO, 18WJ. It shows the following: Total he di sired that, aa his lifo liad com- portion of the bell which formerly li-- iflrinmi.fcnnrRAclfnisiirirntAr A wiVKNUWN.ffCdlfltfiiAi'a&rn- rfj AMV l.j - - . flno library. Ills cellar Is stored with reverses or advances backwards, otlitr-wis- e railway mileage, An tho, prop? IPowdeptJrM.fSynJjii 17I.5S3.SJ miles, In menced surrounded by the ocean, so hung for mora than a century in tho putod Die earth'fl"age,on,hebttslof.ex" A' wine and tho delicacies of life all of his liesT.v horns might cane k!a crease of 3,!C0,7t miles; railways added he might sleep In death, guarded by old Center church, Hartford. The old pcriracminsie on tn$ eireci or. neat ssJViAWWprpLinill QK Jflcg jajOM OJ which ho enjoys alone, lie is his own to Iom- - his 1m lance and k wemld roll fo class operating a mileage In excess Its restless wares. He accordingly bell, having broken in 1735, tho society, and pressure Brfpiafn-roeA.- . lio eon srupy .pofffmiAeruMiny itna thavooun? cty (U cuMne, and his own gue&t at his down .' V .e aulas? nutueaii-mi?s(isi- n. of 1,000 miles are Philadelphia Jc Read- purchased the rock aud built upon It oh December 19, 1730. voted that "John eludes that tho earlfteVegxs'as am y ao? I uftJJr;rtDf sumptuous table. j.L .l. St. ing, Atlantic Coast Line association. the tomb in which he now lies. Thus, Edwards, at the charge of the, society, ... -- . ,.rv, .. j i... m r THE GREATEST THINGS. In the rear of his cottngo is a small .....ij., J, u mridfyYrom tho ch 'cAa--t liX.i, ,1.1,1.1,11, rluH.ilI Pnelfle, Denver .t Gulf; total born amid the tempest of the elements purchaso Some Suitable 'Red bunting Union OLto, oil .garden, where ho cultivates rare Tiru deepest coal mine Is In Iiolgium, number of employes, 831,415, an in- - and dying during the lull of a more for a flagg to bo Set on tho State fol lli b?f eatlle, chllttd fn IctrwUCcr." them for bilfeuauMs, eanptrptiUoi), plants, fruits and flowers merely to 8,542 feet. fearful and scarcely ended storm of House to direct for meeting upon the thCn melted ta'tcmrratUroT7fisi JpileH, m .fawiUiitti'dudigeetlon, Xfc. crca.se of 37,130; capitalization of test his theories of botanical knowlhuman passions, he rests in his lonely publlck Worship of God." The Old.bell greca FnhrenlldtFrom this is prestd" miles covered by report, Tun oldest known poem la tho song r r '"T&Ti5 "Hl,v"v edge, and to work up an appetite. The was sent to England at tho expense of a iwrfeet soluble ollfknowo aa ol&i.oU, K t tomb mourned over by the watera." total passengers carried, of Miriam. .3 ua,'Mjguar8twy,Tjr remodics or house is approached by 11 winding both the first and second socictlos, ...i.l.l. i.ii.. only beof ....i.... gross eurtdnga, 81,171.407,343; Illeyeltnr In the Osrmaa Army, Tun oldcat collection of poetry Is the jlimxpijcmoonvfjf'wliera latiafactioxi staircase, something like tho feudal where it was recast In 1T29, and con- oieomargurtne. eperatlnr expenses, 3780,907,900; emis hot ifJVTjfA, .Vbt ifciicnto ladina and ' Unless all signs fall the bicycle is castles of old, and, from his observa- Book of realms. ployes killed, 3,551; employes Injured, destined to play no unimportant part tinued in use in tho Ccuter. church It is asserted that since the earth- ctddic&tyfcsij'WMraeDd their Tin: greatest marvel of modern time 25,267; passengers tory ho vlows tho visitor, and, unless from that inio until 1841, when It quake In South Carolina killed, 370, as in the next great conflicts which the soil In Svrtin strictly on business, ho comes down is tho printing press. against 203 in IbUl; passengers Injured, take placo when next the Issuewill broko, nnd a now bell was ordered, Hcrkley county has been more produc- ply of lp,tUSyrUpanf4Pow(4or sample . is Tim most wonderful clock is that la 3,337 in 183J, as against S.'J 73 In 1691. from his pyrlo nnd tells the visitor that tive than ever bnfore. Prof. Nowtnnji, A I'ocullar l'ankse Industry. Joined between civilized nations. In W"V-X)lie Is "not In." Tho story of his early Strasburg cathedral. "'t1!"?"1, tun pttbhe. Among tho curious products of the of Clemson college account far tbl love and tho cause of his lending a VUU. BUU 41 . tho recent maneuvers of tho German Preparing lllia for JalL Tub deepest artesian well is at Potsarmies around Mctz the testa made of stnto of Maino aro wooden bottles. on the theory that the earthquake pro- iwr bottleijt'dwffFaBc, Jforaalo by hermit's life, though possessed of dam, 13,500 feet deep. , who onco presided oror Judge Q These are mado not for llquidi, but for vided better drainage than previously tho blcyclo were so eminently satisfacwealth and learning, Is unknown to Tub largest city In the world Is Lon-do- a criminal court "down cast," was fa- tory that It Is probable that they will pillsi powders and tablets. Thoy aro existed. AiftvCjVthe world. ' mous as oue of the most compassionate porsons. One of tho Industries of this queer TREES AND FRUIT. AowspBiwru nro prcotcd lu CU Ian men who over sat upon a bench. Ilia be formally adopted ns au auxiliary to mnde of whlto birch, are cylindrical in Tub highest waterfall Is the Yoscm-it- e army, as has already been form, ami shaped in to form the neck. ft-- . nook in the ocean Is tho ontclilng of softness of heart, however, did not pre- the regular in California, 3,550 feeU t. They aro straight bored Inside and are Daniel lUxtnoLD, of Rerka county, gusge.. black luiw., or jon-flsvent him doing his duty as a Judge A done In other European powers. for the market Tub largest cataract In the world is t provided with wooden atoppers; tho Pa., has a peach tree on his pifcmlaes Tho flsli takes its local name from an Niagara, nearly a milo wide. man who had brcn convicted of stealPLANTATWrf CuiLL C'UBK stopch!ll A Watch for tho llllnd. atoppcrs, oxceptof the very smallest- - which has borno good frnlt for sJVnly u ing a Bmall amount was brought Into Isiaelite fisherman, who charged stops 'em quick, and thoy uov&r com-hacTub oldest cannon In the From a foreign journal wo learn that sizeil bottles, are hollowed out Insldo years. tho most outlandish lilgh.tarlfT prices preserved in Constantinople. world nro court for sentence. He looked Tory sad If you dou't tUevo it, try it. so that An apple tree In Clinton county, Mo., for his fish Tho jew-ilhand hopeless weighs from the court was much an ingenious Swiss woman is the hap- holder. they may servo os u measure or These bottles, which are pat-- was btarlng fruit and blossoms at the If it don't stop m aslfor your tnoix-- . Tub deepest silver inlnos In America mored by his und py Imentre.ss of n wutch for tho blind; 150 to 400 pounds, and is caught in contrite appearance. ey back, you'll get if. Price DOcU. cntcu, are matio in various sizes, from samo time n week ago, aud up lu l; deep water at a depth of from 100 to nro tho Comstock, 3,700 foet. "Have you ever been sentenced to Im and to them, so limited in their enjoy- .ono smaller , Now York, a horse chc3tnut tree Sold by Blukemoro Bros. ments, this addition to their list of , than one's llttlo finger to Tub United States has tho greatest prisonment?" the judge asked. 500 feet. The scales were polished e size. They cost was In ?ull bloom for tho seeond Umo and used by tho Indians ns money, number of miles of railroad, "Never! neeerl" exclaimed the pris- treasures must bo regarded as a rare about a glass. Thore aro fourteen daily papew W--t n s1 this summer. and most acceptable boon. On the less than Tiik tallest Iron tower is the Eiffel oner, bursting Into tears. and were nlao pointed or dyed by tho ' dial the hours are Indicated by twelve China. Tub bread frtilt treo seen In tho dUtlllatiou of flowers, shaped Into monument at Paris, 08V feet. "Don't cry, don't cry," said Judge Miss" anil "Mrs." In Old Times. Dutch East Indies grows forty to fifty olng to be projecting pegs, ono of which sinks , consolingly; "you're The deepest mining shaft Is at Prln-dra- Q various floral designs, nnd sold as ImA hundred nnd fifty yeara ago unWhy per S1.00 for a chill every hour, waits' - t In llohcmla, 3,380 feet deep. itation flowers. The scales were fashaowl" Million. ... ... married as well aa married women feet high. The fruit Is round or slight you can ouy a'lantation Uhill Ctn ly oval In shape, first green, than ioned Into the shape of tho rose, tho ' Tub finest sea mirage Is the Fata I'rmlnlaa Lawysr. were styled "Mrs." Girls were called 3 Ths Wonderful (loago. Illy, the pink, and tinted so life-likMorgana, In the straits of Messina, There are 110 women lawyers In the "Miss" until thoy left school, when brown, then turning yellow waen fully oi us at Mtoi Hold br Blakemore Brotf The Congo is the most wonderful United States, and ripe. with the essence of tho (lowers thoy colli-g- o TnK oldest eight of these havo they took runk ns "Mrs.," while marin the United waterway In the world. It is twenty, A rEAii tree in Fulton street In represented that thoy readily passed States is Harvard, founded In IMS. ried women were generally addressed Only ono persou in 1,000 dlm ol five miles across in pnrts, so that ves- been practicing for three years withHempstead, H i,( ,as rlpo peara and for tho genuine, This is unothor inas "madam." Tub largest building in tho United sels may pass ono another and yet b out n flaw In their career. go. . blossoms on It, and an apple tree on o dustry of tho Island, and Is yory profi- Statu Is tho capltol at Washington. out of sight. It has twice the extent A Kponey l'arn. And rleldom Afterward. tho samo grounds is also now In blostable After tho jaw-flshas beon . of tho navigable waters of tho MissisA single sponge lias beon found on som. vkou IiIhIM'lantation Livm"' A horso chestnut treo in Myrtlo Egyptian children aro uevcr washed waled ho Is skinned. Ilelng of tho FAMOUS WOMEN. sipi and it tributaries and thrw time itintll they are a year old. is f. r habitual constipation t The, the const of Florida with a circumfer- avenue, Hrooklyn, in front of Washvariety, his hide li . -t.iMii-vu- j Tub fortune or Mrs. W. II. Vander its population ence uf ft feet 0 inches. ington purk, now has 1U second crop of ii'HgiHim and a jur i used for Morocco shoos or "deor-aklIN CROWDED CHINA. 0 if i'riro 26ct. f Sold br 'fll.lr 3-tblossoms till season. gloves." Tho moat Is Bhlpped cast as bilt la estimated at thirty million dolTHE NOBILITY. morn nros lars. Tnn Uo, or knife coins, of China, An apple tree known to be ono hun"boneless cod." PAILROAD RATTLE. .ShiJ At the Catholic congress of tho made current 11. C. 3,453, weru of Iron, dred and forty-thre- e Tho climate at tho core of Avalon is P11IXCK8S nuLALluhas beon forweeks years old, on tho A locomotivk require fuel nnd labdr proporty of Mrs. Delia Hotchklss, in kA GOO knratopal laa boenfoulil fn another peculiarity of tho strange wotld's fair Mrs. Hose Iiawthomo past sojourning quietly in London, ac- in the shape of daggers. lslnnd, During tho first few days of a T.ttthrop read a paper ou "Woman and companied by her two llttlo sons. CiunnSK burglars wear not a scrap of to tho valuo of threo thousand dollars Cheshire, (Jonn , was destroyed by a JP1 Li recent storm, It boro fruit every fall, visit It has a depressing effect as if a Mammon." Tiih queen consort of Slam ownaa clothing and artfully braid their pig- in the course of a year. PitiN'CKSs Louish Is said to be very .Willisana, fever K heavy weight had beon placed upon Tub railways of England and Scot- but only on one hldo each year. Thai wonderfully beautiful thimble, It is tails full of llsh hooks for obvious reaind actioi of thu liver ia umI the top of tho hcnd a slight headache superstitious, and sometimes win not shaped like a lotus and made of solid sons. land derive n larger revenue from sino mat uoro ono year would bo barfollows. Then for a few days un un- ntteud public functions oh agreed upon gold, studded with diamonds. of chills and . iovur. ' Oal In China a boy begins Ida schooling their goods than from tholr passenger ren the next Tho tre"o yielded about eV ho ono hundred and forty buabela an- 'Ifnl irritates; tho JifuT and 'Iswliina. controllable stupor fallows, with a o on tho plea that she knows It will ba JbbbbI Tins ouly ornament worn by tho wid- at five years of ago and is at his study trafllc to sleep und a further desire lo ono of her "bad days." In every mile of railroad thero is nually. owed Archduchess Stephanie of Aus- nearly twelve hour a day, seven day stavo off work, It would scorn ns If Piiinckss op Walbs Is said to havo a tria Ih a locket containing on ono side In the week, ( Powder aiimitrtto..tib HMoTiht,i ffi seven feet and four inches that is not FOREIQN QLEANINCJS. one never could got enough sleep. collection of laces worth fifty thouhrer by impurtiralstf)ugIi..anitAl1i,M? , In China white is the color of mourn- coverod by tho rolls tho spaco left tho portrait of her llttlo daughter and Tiik queen's Scotch Journeys oosther acta on thn IowaM lmV.1o n.lVi.Si " After ten hours' sloop I uwoko sloeplor sand pounds. When the princess mar- on tho other that of her mother, the ing; In Egypt, yellows In Turkey, viothem for expansion. than before, and agalu fell asleep in ried, thu king of the llelglans gave her queen of Delglum. foul npcuuiiilalonv A let; in Ethiopia, brown; In Europe, Till! Victoria railway bridge ovor 823,000 a year for traveling xpenae. i ten thousand pound' worth of laeeai Oslv 48 per cent of the arable laud plUbedby tbh. tke HL Lawrence, at Montreal, Cam, Wiikk the princess of Wales was during the middle ages, white, Austro-liungarOnly ono other woman In Kngland, and 1 cultivated. uent. Tho beet wfob 'ciffo ihllf' A emtio dealer at Amoy, China, owns contains 3,000,000 cubic feet of mssou-r- y In the kiug of , she the queen, has a finer collection married, of the valuethe llelglans gave a group of figures carved from gnarled m work and 10,600 tons of iron. Suicidks are becoming so frequent la nrl faswAw la ft. mi.h1 Al r Vi EST her lace of ten thousand of rare laces. Mosquitoes wcro unknown In Atlan Denmark that it Is proposed to nheok can be donq by taking Ggrifislu. Utir pounds. Since that time the princess tea roots, which stauda nine feet high, Tub chamber of commnroo of Cubs haa gone 011 collecting aud now her weighs BOO pounds and Is valued at 8180, ta, Go., before sleeping cars wcro run them by a law turning over tho body I'pwder overy few la?s tturing' tu VrJ sent a woman Journalist, Senors Era laoe Is worth something like fifty thouTub Chlnesu doctor' lot Is not whol from Savannah Into that city. This Is of every suicide to a dissecting room. iuiaiiui Donuii, wr wiiu lever rou IPtJli . Cane!, editor of n Hum tin political sand pounds. IsrANTA Eulalia ha ly a happy eno. Four members of the evidence that mosquitoes travel first-clastwo older billlou., Price 26cfjHr o weekly, to mako a report of the slaters, Jsabelje, princess do Ilonrbon, Philip III., of Spain, was not roasted Imperial College of Physicians at Pekln exposition for its use, Seuora to death by a roaring fire because court failed recently to make a proper diagwho live ,A,m ,,,'.T L TfJS Tub first professorship of history palaco, aud at Madrid in tha queen's Canel Is a novelist as well as a newspaetiquette forbado anyone to go to Ids nosis of the emperor's Indisposition who marThe Unltml StatnJAiiisi'.xivWfS i per woman, and ha also written bril- assistance. He died a natural death, and were punished by bolng fined a wB established ot Oxford in 1714. ried Prlnoo Ludwig, of llavarla. iloct'rjrM, nniiiW women '1 Sl'AIN, lu 1B83, had 31,680 schools, liant pn iters for Spanish aud South and tho same story la told of a dozon year's salary, Fon tho feeding of London a llttlo 30,000 tcaahora and 1,848.000 attendance. American magazines, - . different monarchs who were stickler tmore than 823,oai ton of meat, ponl-tr- y mlnUtun; Tnn favorlto headdress for a lady In t. Tub United State has 115 medical and general provisions wro defor cerumony. China I the figure of a bird composed j yt, schools, regular, oolectlo and homeo- livered during A postal system is ubout to bo es'' A. jwib-ll- o tha year from tha of copper, silver or gold, Tho wing tablished In tho Chinese empire, beginAt. I q.u UIIIUUS . ' markets alon. Tha j.otal waa are made to droop over tho temples, pathic, MISSING LINKS. liovTota w(tiflr.v II BO, rOtfUlRt,; ning w!th,tlio sea ports. Tub total income from nil sources of leoine l,o00 tons mere than In any prjrfU the tall cover the back of tho head, man I.Ivor Syxu"KWottlyjsakot :, A TlANiia woman of forty-twha An otter has bcou trained by a Graymils vunt-the head aud breast plumago aro just tho American college in 1691 waa Has laxative ling (Midi.) sportsman to dire Into turled four husbands. Tub production of paper from tho ore, wl'l 'known iltymi Itstopiahedjrjrji- - i nbovo tho brow, streams aud capture fish. IvONPON'o Tub first town nchool In this conntry 1iops-wat- e "tower brldg" will bo Kkiiosenk oil is rapidly growing In In brewerie Is bolng con toms itenojcb1ioiifxioif;, Thit r$tu Saljowwifi-- ' Onl hundred und fifty thousand odd oompleted lata next year, favor a u cheap illumlnant In China. was opened for business in Hartford, nldertd In (lerroany The oil lu tha fellows have died since th organiza hops I a hindrance, which, it is piucuuu, iiuu npinia, cpoipa tongtf: In part of Ethiopia it li a mark of The consumption, which was 8,250,000 Conn , in 1043, 0hk jMjiwavuo, ThrUI tion ci ine oruer in low, politeness to appear without clothes, gallons in ltitU, had risen to 49,348,000 Tub most celebrated rabbinical Claimed, is now overcome, and It lsx- - yonow ityu WAT LA'iDUJ AT AVALO.f nebular idw, JVl'Utb house In KngUnd weril Im Spain water in svhich a, wedding" ,a JeoL ' tins amount 60 per oent. schools were thoso of Jamola, taught iptotcd that paper can bo mado. by spjioiito, Ha.mpJJ bottm wc. ami frooeij ' I sW l.nu!vlll! US.. tS&ri.kirsTrV,.ftVf. and SO us uy ifawciieii ot xweris, M&QMm,FK'aoJ' i fy si oosi oi oo ccjiuriesi bottltB. .ril.svrviUnfVfnlxr.r. v . IIarUwic'!.d;ii stox "Pvrs-- i civ-Ill7sub-bas- 9pelAl Ataloa (CnL) Letter) Santa Cntnllna iMand, fio named for Gnlnt Cnthorine. Is perhaps tho quaint CKt Fiot to bo found In southern i country full of odd cornet. 'XI lo lslnnd, nine miles in Icnptli nnd from half n mile to nix miles in width, and abounding in eaves and cragpy elliTs of fmtn 1,000 to U.000 feet in height, was long the hendquartora of when tho pirates nnd fmuigglcrn. Spanish eonquitUntoret discovered tho Island, they nlso found it to be lnlmb- lted by sovernl thousand Indtanfl. Jholr idols bore tho emblems of tho sun and the moon, evidence that they worshiped these planets nnd s ere descended from thoAr.tcos,whomlgrntcd westward about tho tenth century. Had Columbus touched at this Island when he discovered America he would havo found hero peaceful inhabitants and a high ntato of civilization. This is whatCabrlllo found In 1643, .1 century nnd n half later than Columbus. Uullko tholr nncostors, tho aborigines wore peaceable no war-IlkInstruments bolng found in their graves, temples, or amid tho ruins of tholr works of art, sculpture, pottery, etc. They wcro no doubt detached tribes that seceded from the main army of Invasion to escape n llfo of worfaro with other inoro' hostile tribes. Once on this Island thirty miles from tho mainland they wcro practically hidden from tho enemy and wcro frco from Call-forna tho Btupor, 'lno nir H extremely rari fled, ntnl if this portion of tho earth is surronndod by vapor it is evidently n long distance nwny. Tho temperature Is over balmy never warm nor cold nnd it Is no wonder that tho stalwart Indians relapsed Into a llfo 0 Idleness, cftso nnd cfTcnitnacy. Buch is tho condition of tho palo-fncwho has built his wigwam and pitched his tent upon tho former homo of tho red brother, ltcro they live in a state of nature bordering upon that of the aborigine Tho Indlnn, In n suit cut abotttns short as tho bathing trousers of would iwivo his hut, walk to tho water's edge, remove his unit and plungo in tho briny. The white man puts on his bathing suit, walks through tho crowded streets and Jumps 01T tho wharf. It Is a novel sight. If peen on the beach it Is considered all right, but to ace a man barefooted nnd with nudo limbs walking through the streets and in front of hotoln, wlUi hundreds of lounger on tho piazzas, it does noem queer, oven for tho wild west. Women do tho name, but thoy wear tights. Their Jong linlr streaming down their backs is remindful of tho sguaws whoaa Vath-ln- g places they hav; usurped. While bathing tho Indiana used tho soap-wee- d for dressing their hair. After lathorlng tho head with thai foam and thoroughly cleansing it, thoy would plait tho hair and wear It In longths over tho shoulder. ThU gnvo to the hair a glossy blackness, preserved Its freshness and relloved It of some of Its natural coarseness. It also cleansed tho aboriginal head of those tronblesomo Insects for which the pale-fac- e mother prospoeto with a o to-daJino-toot- lt MEMORIAL GROSS. PfllMOE AND PRIEST. riyraeath reclfle slops Hon Has The A Jtoy.l Catholic' (lives Ills Ltfe ts the Hock of lit Own. Ssrvlce of the) Church. California also has her Plymouth Much comment has been mado In Rock. It is the spot whero tho first reGermany, more particularly In lVoteat-an- t corded church servlco wns held on the, Saxony, at l'rlnco Max, of Kaxony, Paclflo slope, mow than three centuries a nephew of King Albert, not yet ago, and It Is to bo tnnrked by a memotwenty-thre- e years of age, having en rial cross, the gift of Oeorge W. Chllds, tered tho clolstor of Klscnach as a rnonk, at his urgent deslro to rotlro from tho world. This step Is mora surprising as tho prince was hitherto a lieutenant in the ducal regiment of grenadiers, Ills Intended carcar bolng i COL. EDMUND ItlOE. Tho Popular Oommnndor of tho Time Card otlli Ohio Valley Railway top m '10 p, m 1. 10 p. Ill 0 lop in 4 T I Columbian auard. AT. Princeton NOHTltnOINPTIlAlNa. Mall and V.t ifapk.nsvllla G.'A'e.m. llraeey ,, o:i3a. m Cerulean Springs Mixed. 4 Chamborlrdn'o Eyo and Skin Ointment, A corUln ourn for Chronlo Boro EycO Totter, Salt llhoum, Scald Head, Old Chronlo Soros, Furor Boroj, Ilczoma, Itoh, 1'rairio Scratches, Soro Nipple and Pllos. Itlaooollng nnd soothing, ti PR "0: uxx, or sxxo.tr. CALtronMA's UKkHmiAL cnoss. a military one Hit loyal highness Is the third son of Prlnoe Oeorgo. Ills of Philadelphia. The memorial is to ba second brother, John Oeorge, has just placed about of a mile been betrothed to Princess Maria Isa- irora the lighthouse on Point Reyes rniNCB three-quarte- comb. Tho Spnnlsh conqulstadorcs, In addition to planting U10 royal standard, nlso planted a herd of goats upon the Island, and established a rantKa Atlrty, or king's ranch, as was tho custom lh fcurprlsc. Their villages were on tho meaai and those days, to produce provisions and on tho clIiTs overlooking tho horseshoe stock for tho soldiers. Itnt the goats ran wild, tho king's farm was a failure, p.nJ tho Indians mado It rather unpleasant for the Spanish ranchers. Finally, tho king of Spain gave tho lslnnd to somo favored gTandoe, and this Spanish grant, like all others, ha bconacauEo of much contention. It bella, of Wurtcmberg. The prince was quartered with his regiment In the town of Ischatz. lie la young, talented and highly educated and had just taken his degree as a doctor with unusual honors when ho resolved to devote his lifu to the sendee of tho church. It Is thought that Prince Max owes his decision to become a priest to Illshop Wahl, who, In the last landthag, demanded by special request from the Vatican tho repeal of the law of 1S76 respecting the Catholic ohurch of Saxony. Uo did not succeed, but is Tery active in tho service of his church, and Prince Max's renunciation is, it is believed, ono of, the fruits of his propaganda. The princely priest, who, It should be men tioned, is a Catholle, like all the members of the royal Saxon house, has been already appointed by the pope, In spite of his youthful age, apostolla vicar of Saxony. peninsula and will have the following inscription: t 1 Consecrated Oolober . 1191 by the i Church Missionary Council as a nemo- - : t rial of the aerrlce held en the shore of : ' Drake's Hav about HL John ilaptlsl s : t Day, June tl, A. IX 1 179. by I'ranela : ; X'letcher, 1'rleat of the Church ctKni- - : I land. Chaplain of Sir I'rsucls Drake, : : Ckronlcler of the service. : t : have accomplished. In other words, It has been publicly acknowledged that Col. llice was the most competent officer available for the responsible position to which ho wns nppolntcd. For more than thirty-thre- e years Col. Rice has been in actual service, lie first enlisted with tho Fourteenth Massachusetts nnd was acting as captain at the beginning of tho civil wnr, though only nineteen years old, Later he became captnln of tho Nineteenth Massachusetts volunteers aud afterward was made major of tho same regiment. During tho war he did gallant Bcrv-ic- e in many of the important battles. :tia.m Ilia Service at the World's Fair lias Added Memphis SMtp.hl l'lsili Fame to Ills lteinarkahln Cailsll ami Hi reer A Mplendld Tighter and l.r I'rlneeton Itl'JMp III Mailun 7 .VJ p. m Able Organiser, Murult 8 :ia i MinVntifleM vnttp m Col. Itdmnnd Rice, V. 8. A., comHenderson .10.001! Ill Kvausvllle 11:00 p. m mandant of the Columbian guard at HUtrTH HOUND TltAINS. tho world'a fair, has n military record Mall and Kipresr, . of which any oftlccr lu tho service Iivansvllla gjirji,. m IQitua. m might be well proud. For more than Ar Princeton lifilp. in WuV.a, ru litis p. la . . eiwa. in eighteen mouths ho lias occupied a l.r Cerulean Sprint ..lp, m 7:la, in most dlfllcult position. Detailed by matey 7.11 p in S:17a. m llnpklnsvllle Washington to Wall and Hxpress from ?.Ap,m SMam tho war department at organize and take charge of tho guard are run solid lo Memphis llupklnsvllle at run making nlixe authorized by the government to do nerthma with the Mo. I'ao Byslem A "C.illnn Melt," for all points In lexas ami miulhwest duty at tho exposition, he enlisted n with the N. V. K. H. A M. for Missouri and Ksh force of somo three thousnud men nnd Southern Ksnsss Illy, Iientpr enjoys the distinction of having and all points west 11, M FLU'I'IN.Aiknt done more with these raw recruit than possibly any other ofllcer could tuttssj 111 Trliii-etoto-darVs Lr.rrlaretmi I'tdiiesh 7 :w a. m 7:8a. id 7 ISA a. m IlundrciUofcasoihnrobcun cured r" It after nil othor treatment had foiled, it Lj put up in 23 and CO cent boxctu For flslo by II. O, Iiartlwick. Kansas bona lay more oggs tlmn nny other Stnlo in I ho Union. Any ono purchasing Sl.W) worth of our Plantation Heiuediea is entitled to tho Memphis Appeal valanclie, weekly, until Jniiiiar? 1, 18'Jl;or Jl 00 retail, tln Memphis Scimitar, weekly, for Minn longtli of llinu. Theia nun-ndlar gunrnutwx to euro, or money refuntlwl by morclinnt of whom purchased. o I tl Wo would not urgo au article without uiTit. Wo urgo ami giiarnntrH Plantation I hill Cori lllakxinore Uroa. havo boon Sold l Norwny men cannot vot unless thoy vaccinated. I Changes nro stibslituleil for nonp in Florida. n Tho offering? of dark tobacco light mid thero is nn rhniign to report in tho situation Ouo hhtl. of new dark orop was sold during Hit con-tinti- week, IiuilshaslmH 27,000000 novo voted to wheat raising. lie- - Tho IkBt I'lnstii? Daminvn a nhvn of flannel with Camber aluVi 1'aiu iinlin ami bind it on over tho seat of imtn. It is bitter llinu any plaster. Whoa tho lungH aw soro such an application Oil tho chi"t nnd anotlmr nn tho back, between tho shouldor blades will olten prevent uneumonla. Tlwm is nothing ho good for a lamo back or a pain in thn side. A sorn throat can uearly MwaVH Da curod in one nlsrhl br applying n iUnm'l bnmlagn dampened with Pain Ilslm. W) cent bot tles for Balo by li. O. Hardwick. i Mm 'Zjm n JsrScllftlwri lf e. m' for. g, SSffev A al or-dor- vnl-'lo- fl .wl 4- ri IW,-597.- 310,228,-748,13- 1; 1; Jv 4,78-1,91- k. li Cat-skil- four-ounc- m'j cr '"r e li A thick-skinne- d r n 5 n-- y wMrjJti pi s. Chi-cag- Marla-du-la-Pa- yt, ., 'Pt'l VH fW' o 8. I niwiisr, j.JM