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- VOL. XIV.-NO. 44.
Week after week this particular day
Bargain Friday leaves a lasting
feeling of confidence-exerts
the proper direction-the welfare of our
with unusual carepreparations
have been made for an extraordinary sale
1 C)p for
L'urkoy Jtod Damask.
OKj Cream Tnblo Dnmaak.
Those are Opposition Dcsturbcrs.
How obout go tting Shooting 10
" renta a yard loss than its TftluoT
9-4 Bleached Shootings 1Qn
101 Brown " XOKj
Bloachcd Shooting "VI.
Yard wido fino soft finish
Mooched Cotton 10 yds. Qg
Nottingham Loco Curtains, 3
yanla long, 45 inches oi.io 5- 10
wido, 2.00. vaiuo
Nottingham Laco Curtains, 3J
varus long, in in. wmo,
fiandsomo design and 1 tVT
quality. - -
Tho eun won't go down
on thoso unsold.
lusc . .. J f
fm - 'v jf -
0m k Tiii.
R0ruro Silk Mitt.
OKj worth 25c.
An Jap, Fnns,
lOn Hnndsomo Docorated
" Von. i,.r.rii. rru
Qn a yard, Grass Cloth,
Does it Boom BtrangoT Wollsoo thorn
Extra Standard now stylo Q
Extraordinary Stainless 1 n
Ladies Seamloa Fast TO l
Fino Imported Corsets, QOn
condition perfect7 oli
Black all wool Nuna
ing for Voils 2 in. border" UC
Magnificent quality Bedford
Cord Dross Goods, all
colors and black worth TKn
tijii ,,nw. ,..
nS. 1.... T"7ES
collar, worth 35c. FOR ONE
DAY POSITIVELY, Half day
likely for thoy will gol Kn
Learoll ft Wood, tho druggists, do-Biro
us to publish tho following
as thoy handlo the reniody
aud bolievo it to bo roliablo. "I bought
a 50 cent NHllo of Chamberlain's
Fain Balm and appliod it to niy
limbs, which haro boon nMicted with
rhoumatism at intervals for ono year.
At tho tiruo I bought the pain balm I
was uuablo to walk I can truthfully
say that Fain Balm has cotnplotoly
cured mo. R. II. Farr, Holywood,
Kan." Mr. A. B. Cox, the leading
druggist at Holywood, vouches for
tho truth of tho alxno statomout.
Frof. Charles D. Walcott, of tho
United States Geological Sunoy, in
tuuds la hovo at tho World's Fmr nn
exhibit which will iiluatrnto a section
of tlio earth s crust by specimens of
tho rock strata placed in their proper
rolativo positions, and by collections
of tho cnnractortstla fosnilo wlirmn in
connection with tho formations in
which thoy are found.
Tho land of suushiuo and Honors
rich also la mineral and agricultural
resources is host reached by tho Rio
Grando Western Railway. Seo that
your excursion tickets read both ways
via that road which odors clioico of
throo distinct routes and tho most
magnificent railroad soouory in tho
world. Sond25o to J. H. Bonnott,
Salt Lako City, for copy of illustrated
book. "Utah, a Poop Into tho mountain
Walled Treasury of tho Gods.'
William Saunders. Executivo Ex-
ixwition Commissioner for Canada,
says that a large and oxcollont exhibit
irom tuo jJoramiou is assured, it
will bo especially notablo ntboliuos
of agriculture, dairying, minerals aud
11 ' ' " M'i mmw .i ii
Tha Hsnasomest Lady In
other day that she know Kemp's Balsam
for the throat ami lungs was a
iupoijor rcmody, at It mopped hor
cough Imtatitly when othor rcmodle
nau no onset wimtovor. tio (u iuovo
this and couvlnro you or !U merit any
druggists will glo j ou a nuiinlo bottle
lice. Largo size 50c nnil 1,00.
Tho principal commercial organizations
of Now Orleans havo uuitod in a
petition lo tho state legisltduro of
Louisiana, which assembles this
month, to take u World's Fair appropriation
of $50,000. A bill milking
such appropriation has been droltod,
A Million Frlendi.
A ft ieml In need Is a ft lend Indeed,
aud not less than ono million people
have found Just such a filond in Dr.
King's Now DUcoyoi y for Consumption
Cough) niuUoIdi. If you have
novor lucdthU gieat Cough
one trial will tonvlnco jou that
It his vondai fid ruratlyo powors lu
all dUoaecs of throat, chc4 and lungs.
Kach bottle U guaraniocd to do all
that Is claimed or money will bo
Trial bottles floe atR.0
JUrdwIck's dnig stoip, bottles 50a
A RECOVERED TREASURtr.
I fcftJ a tort of throbbing In my head.
And felt a llnj bit too tired to piny,
So mother cauio nml put mo Into bod,
AlthouKh It u tha ml.Mlo ot th dny.
Then overythlnu grew vrrjr dnrlJ mid hot,
And In my oar I hciird n humming founds
I did not know it It wiit night or not,
Uccnnno th room wint reelinir round and
Dull kept drenmlng, dreaulng all tho tlmo
AUUUI luj s '! ui w iviu n urn.,
About bit tree- I ahould have liked to climb,
And my now cnglno that I lovo tha U it.
And In my drcunin a man would hold my hand.
And aikmrj kindly "Had I any paint"
And do atrancs thlnga I could not nndcratand,
And then hf faeo would fade, away again.
Theiun wai ahlnlng brlghlly when I woko)
I .aid to mother, who wai by my alda
"I want my engine, mother " When I apoko
I cannot think why mother ahould hare trltJl
It wai o nleo to leavo that tlreiome room,
And run Into tho garden on my feet,
I found my red carnations all In bloom,
And oh, my mignonette tltJ nmcll ao aweet
Kow father brlngime crowd and crowd of
And rldoi me when I like upoa hli knee,
Andnerrreaya "Not good for little boy,"
Bo mother tell him be la ipotllng met
Krancls Wynne, In Youth' Companion.
A DOUBTING 10VE.
Oooll Graham" rind Bis
"Aunt, what U j'oar truo opinion of
OM Mrs. nraltam smiled over hcrijolil
spectacles at her ncplic w Cecil, aml,wllb
just a touch of humor, asked:
"Well, you know l'te been paylughcr
lomo attention "
"Anil beforo committing yourself
you wish to get tho opinions of your
"You stato It bluntly, aunt, but I surA
peso that Is about tho truth."
"Then, Cecil, I cannot gWo you my
Cecil withdrew. As may bo Inferred
he was an indccLsiro fellow, and ot
course was not now satisfied. Pratsoof
UcmIo from Aunt Mildred would havo
decided him. Hut ho was left exactly
as before, except that he could draw
two opposing In fsroncca. Fftnt, that If
his aunt had not favored his suit she
would havo advised against It; second,
that her refusal to giro an opinion meant
that she opposed It.
Such men as ho adopt tests, but ho
hod not Ingenuity to Invent one. The
ficcret of such doubt Is usually high
self-esteem, which conjures an ideal
worthy of affection. Oddly enough tho
luminous point In Cecil's Ideal was fidelity,
social position was level
with his but would shobotruo? Wasn't
she a coquette?
Tom 1'lotton was a down-city commission
merchant; one of those men who
forgo ahead on tho voyage of life, and
by tho twin propellers energy ond determination
reach a port of commercial
success. Cecil and he hnd been college,
rautes,but their late acquaintance had
been only oasuul; confined to clianco
meeting at ftoclal gatherings. An outspoken
man, but wl'.hal a thorough
gallant, acquainted with all marriagea
ble ladles worth knowing, ho was just
tho roan to render tho opinion Cecil
Ho was found in his
ofiiec, mlllcrlshly whlto from flour he
had been examining before buying.
"Tom," began Cecil, after greetings.
"I camo to get your candid opinion of
1'lotton looked "fool" at him, but replied:
"Well, It depends on what tho opinion
Is based. As a commission merchant,
say, she'd bo a prime failure; as a sea-captain,
ditto; and as"
"As a wife, for Instance."
"Thntdepeudsou tho man who gets
"Well, for me, say?"
"Oho," exclaimed Plotton, running
Ids finger through some coffco grains
in a tin box, "you're lu lava with her,
"And before you put yourself In danger
ot making a matrimonial blunder,
you'ro around getting opinions."
"Well bluntly, yes. The samo ns
you look Into Itradstrcct's before selling
to a stranger."
"Tho stranger's credit is doubtful
when I do."
"You doubt Falllngton?"
"Good gracious, uol"
"Then what do you want an opinion
of Tier for? If you don't doubt hor,
you'ro sure of her. Thai's as plain ns
A, 11, C. If you lovo her and ure Btire
of her worth, ltn opinion Isn't worth a
coffee grain, or shouldn't bo. If you
lovo her, you'll pitch in and move
heaven and earth to get hor."
"Hut I ask your opinion, nevertheless,"
"Whether It cuts or not?"
"Olvo her up."
"I'lrst, if you doubt her, sho won't
"1 don't grant that."
"Second, she's a pronounced coquette;
wants w ealth In a husband; is willful;
demands continual potting; admires
men ot distinction, men who can cut a
dash, and especially men of decision,
but will quarrel with him It hor way Is
crossed; doom't know a saucepan from
a griddle, etc., etc,, full of faults but
pretty as a spring morning."
0 rah am roso pettishly.
"You don't bellovo my opinion, I see.
Very good; It's ono sign yon lovo tho
g'.rl. Of courso you're Invited to hor
progressive euchre party next waok,
Go and crltlclso her If you can In sight
of hor beauty. Then we'll meet and
"Agreed. Oood morning.'
The next Tuesday ovonlng found
Cecil In Ilessle's fashionable homo. Ha
had exactly poised his mind, but tha
first sight of her unbalanced It in her
favor, Who was rarely benuttful, and
hor welcome rang with genuine hospitality.
It Ecctsad Impossible to
her; a good, true hoart must bo the
center of such physical loveliness, but
Doubt whispered: "Wall and watch."
Of guests there were seven ladles and
eight gentlemen, llesslohad, therefore,
to choose hor first partner, and Cecil
watched eagerly to seo whloh this
would bo. It was Alfred Arnoldson
Hughes, who had lately won literary
fame, Hcsslo smiled brilliantly upon
him as thoy took seats at th ace table. .
hhe's lllrtlng with that fellow,"
muttered Cecil, as tho boll rang for
When It rang again for changing tables,
he was obliged to remain at the
lack table, beeause, in watching, he
had blundered stupidly, llessle and
the anther wou the game, ami, though
Uw vein ii wrtR in Um mat
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY,
merriment between them continued,
ond ho saw liar dart n perfect coquette's
smile, nt htm ns at tho next ho went
down to tho kings.
Tom Plot ton was her next partner,
but her sparkle was gone, tilio scarcely
spoke to him.
"Humph," muttered Cecil, "qulto a
descent from literature to flour. Plot-ton
and I will surely ngrco, for ho is
undoubtedly getting tho cold shoulder."
Yet, dcsplto himself, doubts would
break Into his advene decision. "Perhaps
sho Is true, after nil; her spirits
may bo her way of entertainment. I
may be making a fearful mistake."
Finally good luck advanced him and
ho been me her partner for a game. Sho
was all llfo again; exactly as sho had
been to tho author. No believed ho detected
her wish to draw hlra on to loving
her, nnd, though flattered, tho otd,
doubt grow stronger. Tho duties of
hostess did not necessitate rucli action;
she had tried to draw the author on;
was trying him now. Tho only result
would bo Hint sho would reject them
both In ridicule.
Music and promenading through tho
spacious haute followed cards. Cecil
hastened to engage Hcsslo ns companion,
tho author forestalled him. Ho
walked angrily Into the conservatory
and stopped before a palm, ostensibly
examining It, but lu reality analyzing
his stato of mind. Was he jealous? If
so, he really loved llcssle, but could he
ask her to be his when all he had seen
confirmed her coquetry?
Hcsslo and Hughes came near and
stopped before a lnrge plant, but with
their backs toward Cecil, who was well
screened from them.
"Miss Falllngton," said the author, in
tho unmistakable voice of devotion, "do
you llko lltcrnturo?"
"I lovo It," sho replied. "Lot mo loll
you a little secret that you must never
reveal. I have lately had quite a number
of poems published anonymously,
"Adorablc,"ho cried, enthusiastically.
"You must show them to m."
"By no means. You would criticise
the poor little attempts."
"Not for worlds. They could not
help being full of flro and genius. But
would you not llko to devoto your life,
yoursolf, to literature?"
"Ohl Mr. Hughes, my humble- talents
wouldn't last a fortnight."
"I don't mean In that way; though
your talent would. I mean would you
not llko to live always in a literary
fact. Miss Falllngtou, as
tlio wife of an author?"
"Pardon me, Mr. Hughes," sho
"but I do bellovo this rare
plant is dying. I must tell father at
"Don't turn mo aside," pleaded tbo
author, trying to catch bcr hand. "I
lovo you to"
"Hush, hush, Mr. Hughes," she
whispered. "Here comes some ono."
Tbo some one was Tom Plotton, and
ho was coming directly for them.
"Mr. Hughes," ho suld, "they nro
asking for you in the parlor. They're
discussing tho authorship of a late
anonymous poem. Thoy want you to
help them out."
"Very well," replied Hughes, gallantly,
"and I think I can make a good decision
on the latest and dlrectest information."
"Dont you dare," exclaimed Bessie,
with a light laugh, tho meaning of
which cama In words os soon as tbo
author was out of hearing.
"Ohl I'm so glad you came, for, don't
you think, he was Just declaring his
love for me."
Both broke Into n hearty laugh. Conviction
struck Cecil. If this wasn't an
evidence of heartless coquetry, what
could bo? Ho sinccroly thanked his
good fortune that his doubt had kept
him from declaring his own lovo several
mouths before In tt similar place.
"And I have no doubt," he heard
Plotton say, "that if I wero now to ay
that I lovo you, you'd thank soma one
for interrupting, nnd laugh as heartily
over my silliness, wouldn't you?"
"Perhaps I should."
"Though you havo given mo some encouragement,
"Havo I? Dome, I want to tell father
this plant Is dying,"
They moved away, and Cecil returned
to tho parlor, thrilling with pleasure at
hla narrow escape. He rejoiced greatly
tlmt Bessie Falllngton had never had a
chunco to laogh at him. Ho shortly
withdrew elated, but In tho nighty
doubt of his decision troubled him. Tho
heart unci hood would not agree, Tho
stronger becatno tho latter, the fuller
was tha former of regret that ho could
not have Bessie Falllngton.
Next morning ha hastened to Plot-son's
establishment aud found that gentleman
In his glass offlco looking qulto
"Happy commission stroko?" asked.
"Yes, an unusual ono. Well, I
you havo como to compare notes
about Bessie Falllngton. "
"Well, what's your decision?"
"That sho Is a heartless flirt, and I
think I'll give up all thoughts of her."
"You think so."
"Yes, only think, for I still decide,
and I camo uguln to get your
"Woll, I'll let you havo it. I don't
think she would mako you a good wife.
I bellovo myself sho Is a flirt, and that
ho has lots of faults. It I werayou I'd
look olBOwhore." '
"This Is your earnest, sincere advice.
"It Is. But there Is another reason
why I'd give her up if I wore you."
"What is it?"
"Sho is engaged."
"Knguged, and fllrtmg around tho f
way sho did with you and Hughes and
myself. It's awful. Who to?"
"Woll, It's something of a secret yet.
bhe engaged herself only last night.' !
"Last night? Not to Hughes'" '
Plotton laughed heartily,, and said:'
"1 ouu't, Olvo mo tho name,"
"Thomas J. Plotton."
Cecil sunk Into a chair, and Btarcd.
Tom laughed boisterously,
of It being pure, unalloyed joy.
"But, but you said," stammored Cecily
"that she was a flirt, no howckeoper,i
and full uf futdU."
" fk now I did, and soy so still."
"And going to marry hcrl" j
"Yes, by all moans, ami we'll !o as
happy ns uuyoae can be on earth. I
lovo llcssloj'alllngton, and If shu hod
ten times her faults, ray lovo demnuds
that I must havo her, nnd it will liavu
her- As I told yon before, love will
mora Heaven and eiath to get Its Ob-'
jeot, I've won her, and let her fuultsbo
what they may, 1 love her and must,
have hor." llowurd U, Hope, In.
Yit&kM WtM. ,. , , ,
Tho Keeley tnstltuto For Kentucky A
Crab Orchard Springs.
Ono of tho most Importnut
of tho prosont ucendo is tho
location in this Stnlo of n ICooloy
for tho euro of drunkenness nnd
tho morphine nnd onium habit. Tho
LotiisvlIIo COURIER-JOURNAL, In
n leading oditotinl, thus rofors to the
"Tho establishment of n branch of
Dr. Loslio E. Kooloy's groat instittf
(ion nt Dtvight, 111, nt tho famous
Crab Orchard Springs, in IKonlucky.
is an OTcnt that has attracted general
Thoro la no placo in tho United
Staloa llo equal of Crab Orchard
Springs for such nn Institution, its
high and ho.tlthy location, boautlftil
Burrounclliigs, anu its puro nnd
chalyboato waters giving itunoqualod
Tho Kooloy Institute nt Crab
Orchard Sprincrs is now in success
nil operation unucr uiu uirucuuu tu
skilled physicians sent by Dr. Kooloy
from Dwight. Tho opium ond liquor
lrcntmnnr.Tfl no lonirar an experiment.
That Dr. Kooloy euros theso disoasoa is
nusolutoly certain, nnd no is now re
coirulzod ns a bouofnetor to tho human
rnco, ills urancii institute at, tjmii
Orchard will bo a credit to him, as its
equipment nnd facilities lor tho treat'
mont of Biiflorors from opium,
phinoand liquor can not boBurpassed"
In another iesuo tho samo paper
has tbo follow ing:
Dr. Keeley And Tho New Crab
Dr. Lcslio F. Kooloy, who by his
discovery of tho Gold Curo for
drunkenness, has dono tho world a
service not equaled in this generation,
lias wmion n caru to mo puuuc, in
which ho civca a Tory Btrone nnd un
qualified indorsement to tho Instituto
for Kontucky, recently established ot
tho famous Crab Orchard Springs
As it is a matter of goneral public
concern ami importanco tuat, tno
pooplo should bo advised that there is
a place in Koutucky whoro it is
cortaiu that tbo worst caso of
drunkenness can bo cured in a Bhort
timo, wo publish Dr. Keoley'a cord in
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tho organization of "Tho
Instituto," located at Crab Orchard,
Ky., is an outgrowth ot my
twolvo years business in Dwight, III ,
nnd is established especially for the
treatment and curo of tho Opium,
Liquor nnd Tobacco Ilabits, througi.
tho exclusiyouso of my preparation
tho Doublo Chlorido of Cold Ren o
dies, and as such has my iudoi
It has been established ns a rui
of careful investigation, by the
ties interested, as to the merit o!
Doublo Chloride of Gold Run
aud tbo responsibility und oiriiont
of tho gontlomcn to be cuiiiuuv o
Tho Physicians in churgo nrn gru
uatoa o tho best Sledical Collegia
tho laud n-id nro especially skillod
long practice, in tho trcatmout
oases of tho norvous
has boon added tho kuou d.'
comes of a special courso of .u
under my porsoual uUo v
at Dwight, 111.
Tho Business Management of .
TnRtihito is in cbarco of ireutlein
of high charaetor and businoss nbiht.i
who will uovototnoirporsonninuoniimi
to this special department.
With tho assurance that tho entir.
management will conbino in all their
work tho skill of tho pninstnking phy
sician with tho ovor stoadfast purposo
of tho humanitarian in aiding tho un-ort
uuato habituos of Liquor and Opi
um to lind roliof from tno torrloio
afilictions.tho Kooloy Instituto of Crub
Orehnrd is commended to numerous
frionds in Kontucky and a discerning
LESLIE E. KEELEY, M. D. LL.D.
Dwight, 111., May 5, 1892.
Tho indications nro that Crab Orchard
Springs Instituto will Boon
moro popular nnd important
than ovon tho institution at Dwmht,
bocauso of its contra! and accessible
location; ibi famous hoaling wators
its known henllhfulnoss nnd its
natural sconory. Somo
euros of drunkards
for yonrs havo nlready boon
Messrs. Terry Sholton, Ed Combs
nnd Ward Clnggott, who nro our foremost
fannorH. havo finished, planting
their crops of tobacco.
Mr. J. V. McGnughoy has orocted
a wind mill in his yard, which adds a
groat couvonienco to his beautiful
Thn nncinn which nulls frienht train
No. 3, lost steam valvo, whilo switch
ing in tno yarn lioro wnicn cnusou it
to oo dolayod throo hours.
Two engines aro used very often to
pull tho long string of cars which
pass horo daily loadod with tobacco,
cattlo, whoat etc.
Messrs. Mason & Wills havo erect
od a handsome cottatro on their lot
ou Main street which will bo occupiod
by Mr. Joo Marquess, tho yillogo
Mrs. Garland Jones, who has boon
confined to hor bod for Bovoral wooks,
is still nuito ill.
Wishing tho Kenipokun continued
success, I nm yours truly, Micawbeb.
Thoro'an cood . deal of guaranloo
business in tlio storo Keeping oi to
day. It fl too oxccsslyo. Or too reluctant.
Half tho tlmo it means noth
ing. Words only words.
This offer to refund tho money, or
to pay a reward, is mado undor tho
hopo that you won't want your monoy
uacg, and mat you won i unim tuu
reward. Of courso.
So whoever is honest iu making it
and works not on his own roputatlou
alone, but through the local dealer
whom you know, must havo something
ho has faith iu back of tho
Tho business wouldn't stand-a
year without It,
What ia lacking is coufideuco.
Back of that, what is lacking is that
clear honesty which is aboio tho
"average practice." Dr. Pierco'a
medicines ere guaranteed to accomplish
what they are intended to do,
aud their makora give the money back
if the result isn't apparent.
Dosen't it etrlko you that a rnedieino.
wldeh tho makers liavo so much confidence
in, Is the medlckno for you.
MAY 31, 1892.
NETX TUESDAY, MAY 31.
WE WILL OFFER:
20 dozen Men's finest pure
imported cheviots and madras negligee Shirts, manufacturer's
samples, all 15, 15i and 16, worth 82 to S5
Next Tuesday's price $1.49.
Our Great 99c Combination Sale of Men's Women's,
Misses' Shoes and Slippers of Last
Tuesday withmany Splendid additions,
will be repeated next Tuesday.
Anderson & Co.
Corner and Bush's Old Stand.
v $ , -. ,v
W - .tJ( 1.1 '
What price? Name it.
Who? Thomas Rodman.
103 Main St.
Vy t v ' ' ' ii
AT SAM FRANKEL'S
A nice line of Black Organdies, White
Goods, Persian Mulls, Dress Ginghams
N0IB7 STIFF HATS,
New Style Collars and Cuffs,
Nice Summer Underwear at Greatly
Reduced Prices. Come and soo mo.
U""; " jf "" ! hi '! n" i ii '
$2.00 A YEAR.
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silk, Jtyonch cambric,
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