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and talk eloquently, loo. Wo
don't need to say more in
view of the offerings for
These Ought to Interest
day and get
Slnco ltd first introduction,
Hitters hits gained rapidly in pop-
iiinr luvor, iiuui now Jtfs clearly
tho lead nmonir nura incdlcln.il ion
Ic and alteratives containing nothing
which pp. mils Its uto as a hover-ago
or Intoxicant, it is recognized as
tho best and purest medicine ior nil
ailments or stomach, liver or Kidneys.
It will euro sick hcadacho, indigestion,
constipation, and drive
from tho nystcm. Satisfaction
guaranteed with each holtlo or tho
monoy will bo refunded. Sold by It.
Jn Franco if vou soo a fnirlv
dressed man. whoso shoos havo soles
nu inch thick, it is safe to address
him in English.
Tha Handsomest Lady In
llopkiusviUoicniarked to all lend the
other day that she know Kcmp'a Dal-
sain ior mo mroai nuu lungs was a
superior remedy, n it stopped her
cough Instantly when other remedies
had no ell'eet whatever. So to prove
this ami couvlnco you of 11 moiit : nnv
iiiuggutt will give jou a sample not
tlo trco. Largo slzo 50c. nnd II. CO,
Ho "How chilly it is
could hug o stove, I foot bo cold."
alio "la that bo J Wny, I'm so
warm I fell just liko liko a stovo". '
A Horrihlo Railroad Actdnt.
1b a dally chronicle in our paper,
also tho death of somo dear frioud
who has died with Consumption,
whereas, Ifhoorshohad taken Otto's
Cuiu fur Throat nnd lung dUeaios in
tlmo, life would hava Icon reudored
happier and perhaps saved. J Iced tho
warning If you havo a cough or any
nilcctlou of tho Throat nnd Lungs
call ut It. 0. Jlardwlok's and get a trial
bottle free, Large slzo CO.
Thoy baton saying in Loudon, "if
it doesn't raiu, carry nn umbrella; if
it doflo rain, do ns you'or h nilna to
The land of sunshine and' (lowers
rich also iu mineral and airncultural
rosourcos is boot, roaehed by tho Itio
Grando, Western Railway. Soo that
your uxcurslon tickota read both vayn
via that road which oftVra choice of
three distinct routes aud tho moat
magnificent railroad nconory iu tho
world. Send 2Gc to J, II. Uonuott.
Salt Lake City, for copy of Illustrated
book. "Utah, a 1'oep into tho inouu
tain Walled Trims ury of the Gods.'
An oil tiyndicate to rival tho Standard
Oil Cor has boon formod with n
capital stockof J52,G0O,OOO.
IJolk, abbceseM, tumors, and evon
cAueers, aro thereaultofanaturnl effort
of the system to expel the poisona
which the ljver and kidneys have failed
to remove. Ayer'a Sarsaiwrllla
ptimulateq all the organs to a proper
pwfqnnanee of their functions.
r Bring Watoh The Datej
roitr Job Work
AFfEtt YOUR NAME
68c a yard, fine Bleaohed Table
Damask beautiful quality
(J9c a dozen, all linen Dinner
Napkins, worth $1.00.
69c OroohetBed Spreadsworth .
CliUdron'H Fast Llock Imiwrtod "I fln
IIoso, sizos 6 to GJ-worth 23c xuv"
Lndio's Imported Baibriggan
Hoso, Plaiu nnd pin striped x VL"
MeaVi Seamless Sockg, fino eoft quality Q0
Ribbed top cheap at 12JC. ou
Men's Negligee Shirts.
Fino ZophyrFianrtol Silk, 01 Q7
Striped Shirts worth tfOX.Oi
ExlroFino Madras Cloth Shirk black 0 round with coloM Q
od hair lino stripo, vory strong and well tnado. worth 7Gc u"
Mon's Fino Lfnon bosom Unlaundorod Shirts, QQp
all improvement, ported fitting w "
10 yards fine 15c. Gingham 98o.
10 vds. Hoosier Brown Cotton 49c.
10 yds. Lonsdale Bleach Cotton 79c.
10 yds. fine Chantilly Muslin 50c.
Heavy Bro n Drilling 7o. a yard.
3 yards Cassimere Panting $1.
3 yards all wool Jeans 50c.
Heavy double Seat Drill Drawers 35c.
0ft$Mtfniiy Other Choice Bargains
rirV JTA d J) P A A ytr
Unlioiinilcd Tonnnl Tho N. K. A.
Still Passing Through Fcrtilo Valleys
and Prosperous Cities.
Thursday morning May 19th nt
BiX) a. in., tho hospitable peoplo of
Fresno turned over tho city to us.
After brcakfust tho party was drivon
out to soo tho largo viuoyartts, boiiio
of thorn covoring Bovornl hundred
acres, and woro also shown through
tho largo buildings whoro tho wino is
hiado nnd shipped In such iminonso
quautltioa. Fresno Is situotod In tho
Sau Joaquin valloy, tho hondquartors
of tho famous wheat raisers, whoso
famous w boat-Holds havo a world
wido reputation. Wheat harvesting
has already commoncod horo. Aftor
returning 10 mo city tno ouitors were
welcomed nt the Opera House, whoro
a most elegant lunch was spread by
tho ladios, having
niado preparation, fn tho largo armory
annox. Tho ontiro party was comfortably
seated and amply fed.
Fresno is a thriving city of about 12,-
000, nnd boasts as fino an Opera
House as will bo found in tho Stato.
A run of four hours through tho
San Joaquin valley brought us to
Stockton, a thriving manufacturing
city of 15,000. Woworomet nt tho
depot by a band playing swoot music,
and a solid moss of tho citizens bid us
woicomo. Aftor n night's rest tho
passengers were nwnkonod nt G a. m.
oy hwooi strains oi music, nuu a pro
cession was soon formod, and inarched
direct to tho largo County Fair Building,
whoro a handsomo broakfast was
sorved amid tho swoot fragrnnccof a
profuse floral decoration. A drive
around tho city followed, which took
tho party to tho asylum, schools, gns
wells nnd largo flouring mills. Stockton
is enjoying n sloady and progressive
growth. It is situated on a
chaunel of tho Jan Joaquin
river. Stockton can boast a beautiful
court house of cut stouo, whicli cost
$300,CCD. It occupies nn ontiro bloqk
iu tho hoart of tho city.
Coming from Fresno to Stockton
wo passod through an almost solid
area of wheat-fields, which was ready
to oflor up its golden yield.
En routo to Sacramonto we wero
mot by n Committoo who instructed
us not to pay for anything, as tho city
gates wero thrown w ido opon.
Upon arrival cat riagos wero iu waiting,
which" took tho party to tho diflorcnt
hotols for lunch, after which hoy
wero driven to tho dltlorout points
about tho city, including tho Capital,
6chools, broworios and natatorium.
At tho capital lomonado and punch
wero sorted, whilo sweet musio
our oars. Tho floral decorations
wore beyond description. In tho
Senate chamber tho word "Welcome"
woven in beautifully tinted roses
formod a semi circlo with each lottor
mado of a different vnrioty of rosos,
bnneathwhich a white pillow of flowers
bordorod with huge roso buds, was in
laid with dark flower Jottorine of
pinks with tho words "California wel
comes tho N.E. A." Tho U.S. flag
made of flowors was also nn offering.
In tho Treasury was a 150X30 "Woi
como" in a show caso.madoof $10 and
20 gold pieces bo arranged in stacks
as to plainly road "Woicomo N. E. A."
In tho House of Itoprosontntivos a
solid monument of rosea was erected
iu tho contor of tho room. Tho Capital
was filled with tho citizons of
whoso friendly hospitality
mado all feel at homo. la tho
ovoulng receptions wore hold nt tho
Art Musouru and Capital. Tho Capital
is a handsomo structure plannod
vory much after tho capital at Wellington,
costing $1,5C0,0G0. In the rotunda
as you ontor a pioco of statuary
ropresouliug Queen Isabella offoriug
toBollhorjonols for tho benolit of
Columbus' voyage of discovery
itsolf for admiration. It was
givon by Mr. I). 0. Mills and cost
2,C90,000. Tho Art Museum is tho
private gift of Mrs. Margarot E.
Crocker, nud is vnluod at
is one of tho oldest placos
in tho stato and while there are many
old stylo buildings still tliero are
thoHoot inodorn architecture, which
would ornamont any city. Tho city
is a groat commercial contor nnd has
manufacturing interests. A Btondy
growth is uotlceablo, judging from
tho difloront rosidont extensions adjacent
to tho city, This city baa by
no means attainod its growth. Many
of tho party took advnntago of a
pluugo at tho Natatorium, which was
turned wido open to tho guests. Saturday
morning tho good pooplo of
wore dotormiuod wo should
bo woll fillod with good things as well
as good impressions, so a breakfast
was spread nt5JJ0 a. in. near' tho do-
pot, aftor which the train pulled- out
amid cheers for Sacramento, Our
uoxt stop was nt Vaouvillo, the city
recently visited by earthquakes, tho
olTocts of which wero still to
bo seen, The citizons had supplied
onough vehicles to havo
curried twice a many through tho
greatest fntlt growing valloy in California.
Over 12,000 acres, iu peaehw,
chwry, apriopt," plum, ind othor
fruits, with no weeds (o b seen. and
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY,
tho orchards cultivated liko a gardon.
This is tho largest fruit shipping
point in California, billing out ovor
fl.OOO cars. Tho little town was
decorated, nnd nn nrch
with flowers spanned thoRtroot
wilh tho picture of nn old hnud press
undor which was tho words, "Tho
lover that moves tho world." Other
Illustrations such ns the "mallot nud
tho stick," nnd tho "pen knocking out
At Napa a lunch was spread by tho
good citizons in a beautiful grove.
Thonoxt objectivo point was Santa
Iiosn, whoro we arrived nt -1 p. m., at
oncogotting in carriages for drives.
xVfter viowing tho boaulies of this
city, tho party gathorod nt tho
Opera Houso, whoro floral offerings
more boautifiul than ovor woro dis
played. A whito bear of flowers, tho
omblom of tho Stato, was ono of tho
handsomest. A floral laddor loading
up to tho "pross," hammocks of flowers,
and a chair mado of luscious rosos.
Supper was spread for tho ontiro party
in tho Annex, after which speaking
was indulged in for nu hour. Nowhere
has tho Association root n
warmor woicomo than at Santa Hosa.
Sunday was spout nt Monloroy, nt
Hotel Dol Monte, u hotol with a
worldwido reputation. With all tho
resorts out horo I havo uot crossed
any which surpassed tho Hygioa
at Old Point Comfort.
Monday stops woro mado nt Sau
Joso, and Falo Alto, tho homo of Lo-land
Stanford, and wo pulled into Sau
Francisco at 5 p. in,
At Sacremonto Mr. J. C. Coleman,
a former rosidont of Hopkinsvillo, welcomed
us royally. Ho is postmaster
of that city and vory popular.
Mr. Chas. W. Fislior, who usod to
clork in Hoppor's drug store about 10
yoars ago, is nt San Joso, doing woll.
The Southorn Pacific, sinco taking
charge of us, has left nothing undone
for tho comfort nud ploasuro of tho
Mr. W. L. Knight is tho passongor
ngont in charge, and whilo ho has his
hands full is equal to tho emergency.
W. A. W.
A Choice List of Summer Resorts.
In tho Lake regions' of "Wisconsin,
Northoru Michigan, Miunosoto, Iowa
and tho two Dakotas, thoro nro
of charming localities
fitted for summor homos.
Among tho following solectod list are
names fnmlliar to many of our roadors
as tho perfection of Northern summer
resorts. Nearly nil of tho Wisconsin
points of iutcrest are within a short
distanco from Chicago or Milwaukee,
and none of thorn are 60 far away
from tho "busy marts.'of civilzation1'
that thoy cannot bo reached in a fow
hours of trnv.ol, by frequent trains,
ovor tho finest roads in the Northwest
tho Chicago, Milwaukee & Northern
Oeoriomoxt ce, Wli. Clear Lake, town
illnociua, Wl. Jjiken OkolxiJI. la.
Waufce.ha, Wis, Spirit Lake, Iowa
I'alinrra. Wla. Irontenac, Minn.
Tomahawk Lake Idfce Mlnnctonka,
I.alc.lile, Wli. Ortonrllle, Minn,
KUlMurn City, WU. lllorl.ako, Minn
(Delia of ha Wiscon Whilo near Lake,
sin j Minn.
Hearer Datn. Wl. Lake Matllaon,
MaJlwn.riU So Dakota.
Delavan. Wla. WftStono Lake, So
Sparta Wl. Dakota.
i'wauKrr, 11 11. Klkhart I.akc, WU.
Martintte,IIcb .Mackluaw, Mich.
For dotailod information apply to
any coupon ueicot ngoni, or senu
stamp for a froo illustrated tourist
lotder, to u eo. 11. uoauoru, uonorai
Passongor Agont, Chicago, 111., or D,
O. Brady, South Pass. Agt. Louisvillo,
AT A MEXICAN FAIR.
Scenraamlliiclilenta 1'eeullar to the XjinJ
of tho Monteiumai.
This (fiiteway was a slmplo anit bcau
tlful piece of architecture; n Hgltt round
arch of 11 single course of stonti
from two square pillars llankrd. by
plain sections of wall built higher than
tho regular wall, down to which thoy
slopo In two graceful scallops. This
arched gateway framed a view of a fino
palm treo just beyond thd church, with
tho steep rising In tho background.
Close by, on tho right, roso tho magnificent
great church, ono of tho handsomest
and rlchost I havo seen In
Tho church-yard was vory largo,
nnd boyond there stretched n great
open spaco, towards which the church
faced) It carried tho width of the yard
down to tho transverse strcot upon
which stood tho town-hall. This
spaco, which was bordcrod by Bhops
on ono sldo and tho arcades of a
market on- tho other, was ttUed with
booths made of matting, and arranged
along soveral temporary thoroughfares.
These booths extended through other
streets, and occupied a large portion of
tha town. Thosa Intended for the salo
of ono kind of ware were grouped together,
ami tho thoroughfares named
accordingly. There was, for Instance,
tha Callo do las Jlcaras, the Callo do las
Atoleras, tho Callo da las Tortllleras,
etc tho Street tit tho Jlcaras, tha
Street of tho the Htroet of
Every morning the
would mako his rounds uraong tho
vurlous venders, and gather his Irlbutu
of a fow cents from coeh. This
amounted to a very considerable revenue
for tho town In tho courwi of tho
entire week. Tho heaviest rates woro
lnlil uuon tho trumbleni. who had to pay
very roundly for their privileges. Their
tnnltf here was conducted In n far less
elulwruto maimer than nt this Cuautla
ferii, and there wero few of tha dovlccs
there used for ontlolng customers.
One of the chief urtlclcs of commerce
here at Tepalelugo was the jlcwras, ovor
thirty thousand dollars' worth of which
are annually sold moro tlmn atony
other place In Mexico. Theso nro Iwwls
of various sites made from gourds, and
usually elaborately decorated In brilliant
colors with a sort of
paint Tha most popular U a gaudy
htvle that Includes a lavish uu of silver
leaf with a variety otj5rud.oolor& j!r
faioro "bcautllol, liowovcr, lsT simpler
kind, with a rich green figure upon n
ground of deep orango. This seemed n
purely aboriginal art, with tho samo
feeling that Is exhibited In the Aitrc
symbollo decoration. Theso Jlcaran
como from somewhere In tha stato of
Another stnplo pecullnr to Tcpalclngo
Is tho light poles of bamboo used fur
protldlngdonknysnnd mules. Thousands
and thousands of theso nro annually
sold. Then thcro Is a great Bale of dry
goods of various kinds clothing, cloth,
blankets, noahes and minor articles;
hats, boots and shoes, saddles, dressed
skins and hides are In much demand.
Thero Is also nn cxtcnslva salo of
hardware, mostly of natlvo make, and
somo of tho articles, such as tho locks,
are particularly quaint In design. Considerable
pottery Is disposed of, but
less extensively and not In such variety
as I had expected probably because It
Is one of the commonest wares In Mexico,
nn everyday sort of article, on salo
everywhere? and at all times.
I wits particularly struck with tho
completeness of tho arrangements for
catering to this multitude. Wo are so
accustomed to draw our supplies from
great distances that tho provisioning of
one of our great centers of population
seems inconceivable without tho modern
means of transportation. Should
anything happen to suspend railway
communication for two or three weeks,
how disastrous would bo tho con-queried
In most of our great
American cities! Yet theso facilities
aire not essential in the
teeming cities of China, for Instance,
where tho machinery of distribution Is
adjusted upon different lines. So hero
long usage has enabled tho wants of
tho masses of humanity that annually
gather nt this fair to bo abundantly
met, nnd tho supply appears to adjust
Itself to tho demand with aatomatlo
Tho great mass of tho throng being
Indlahs. their wants In tho way of fwxl
are comparatively simple. Maize In
various forms makes up the basis of tho
supply, Atole, a gruel of corn meal,
and tortillas, tho national bread of
Mexico thin cakes made of
corn, with a flavor similar to that of
our Now England hulled corn oro thu
chief of these viands. Yet such a gala
occasion demands to be recognized with
something extra In tho way of edibles,
nnd probably raw nro tho visitors who
do not Indulge themselves In some of
the savory stews, highly seasoned with
child and onions, that simmer In huge
pots on every side, Thero aro also
hugo stacks of sweatmeats in great variety,
nnd quantities of refreshing
drinks am disposed of. Tho latter included
strikingly few intoxicants, aud
I did not oeo a single drunken person
during tho two days of tho fair. Sylvester
Ilaxtcr, in Harper's Magazine.
Americans who arc troubled I
visions of vast English estates shun'
romember a fow points of tho properly
law of that country. No action to recover
land can bo brought after Uvclve
years from tho tlmo when the right
caso of disabilities, snch as
Infancy, thirty years Is tho maximum.
If the clutra arises undor a will the action
must bo against the trustees of
that In case whero the person entitled
to the cstato can not bo found It
Is passed over to tho chancery division
of tha high court of justice As a matter
of fact all tho unclaimed funds held
In chancery scarcely exceed five hundred
thousand dollars, and tho most
that sum Is Iu amounts of five hundred
dollars and six hundred dollars.
Boforo venturing too much on "castles
In England" it Is worth while to consider
these facts. Chicago News.
When a noichbor advisos tho uso
of "Lemon Chill Tonic" probably you
will say, "Why I never had a chill iu
my lile 1 1 uon I nocu cum mcuicino.
Did you ovor stop to think that u
medicine nblo to stop the most
chill and kcop down fever thnt
nearly runs you wild, must bo ono ol
the best general tonics made! Try it
once whou vour nnpotito is poor or
you aro run down from work, worry or
sickness and you'll recommend it to
your frionds asovory ono doos. Dose
tno smallest, mouicino tno most powerful,
bottle largost of any and no
comparison in tho taste. Price 50o.
For salo and guaianteed by H. C.
If tho .Republican party doesn't soo
what it wants at Minneapolis, it will
bo obliged to takoB. Harrison St. Paul
Hon. WT. V. Lucas, Ex-State Auditor
of Iowa, says: "I havo usod
Chamberlain's Cough Roinody iu my
family and havo no nositatiou In Baying
it is an oxcellont remedy. I
for it. Per-
nnnn nfllietod bv a COUGU or cold will
find it a friend." Thero is no danger
from whooping cough when this
is freoly givon. 25 and t0 cent
bottles for salo by Loavell & Wood.
Join Carnoy, tho pugilist, has had
his collar bono broken by baiug
thrown from a horso.
Twin City Express, St Louis to St.
Paul and I tho Northwest.
Tho Burlington is In it, and ns
usual at tho front. Fastost tirno nnd
host Borvico on record botwoon St.
Louis and tho Twin CiUos. .
Pulman Palaco Sloepors and nil
equipments tho latost. Every meal
onrouto soryed in Elegant Dining
Commencing May 80th, tho Twin
City Express on tho Burlington routo
will Wo St. Louis, Daily, at 10:00
Suporb Borvlco and quick time, together
with natural attractions which
rival tno celobratod Hudson River
sconory, combino to mako this not
only tho best, but tho only routo foi
Hal Pointer and Direot havo boon
matohod to paco nt tho Buffalo mooting
this Buminor for $5,000 a eldo.
The following item, cllppod from
tho Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat,
contains Information well worth remembering!
"Mr. John Roth, of this
city, who mot with nn accident a few
days ago, Bprniutug and bruising his
leg and arm quite severely ,Nvos cured
by ono 50 cent boltlo of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. This reruody is without
an equal for sprains aud bruises and
Bhonldhavoa place in oyery household.
For salo by Loavoll & Wood.
. . .
A new racing association has boon
organliedin Benton Harbor, 'Mich,,
with a capital stock of JW,000. .
JUNE 7, 1892.
,L iinn M.iiutoMi latojuiiKi A
Next Tuesday's offerings will
include onr entire stock of summer
Clothing, consisting of Alpaccas,
DrapVtes, Serges, Flannels and
Bedford Goats and Vests in Sacks,
and Frocks, short and long, at discount
prices, ranging all the-way
from 5 to 50 per cent.
This -will be a great opportunity right at the beginning of
the hot season to suppty yourself with a light coat and vest.
IN SHOE DEPARTMENT. " '
15 dozen Ladies' fine Dong. Southern Ties, the prettiest low shoe
in the market, D, K and EE widths sizes &l to 8
5 dozen' Ladies' fine hand turned Red Oxford's tipped,fiall sizes.
ZfcTeuct I'la.esd.aB -price S3 1 . -
J. H. Anderson & Co.
Glass Corner and Bush's Old Stand.
gsjaij nS5 NS6!bI 'w.'sraa.SaS 3 . S&
ALL CAN BE FOUND AT
103 MAIN STREET.
and Cuffs, j j.
A nice lino of Black Organdies,
Goods, Persian Mulls, Dress Ginghams
HOBBY STIFF HATS.
$2.00 A YEAH,
Nice Summer Underwear at Greatly
lteduced Prices. Come and sco me.