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... ts maw; ouooMnn or ixt rjita - , In a city Of 8,006 mm h w m m,im :-i npuutioj B.il.Wg.KlI M 6HI $3 F. UI Complete Job Ottioe IN CONNECTION. ' , VOL. XII.-NQ. 54. .J? U-L.-I.1 '!,J r.:, IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY ,11, 1890. $2.00 A' YEAR. our stock: is too large, ..fil M LAST OF THE WW SALE P.. . . t. ' .infill vr. L'l'I S", ,". ' .'."! ' u ' .' -.: rrriirirrrri What Is tj Fwfrto'o tU tyrmpi, CkUAwm try far CUrikU MtW Ikti Cantoris, "" . . Tin Centra TotaKO J.C.KENDRICK. J.II.rETTUS. GEO. S.IRWIN. T.W5HAW Kendrick. Pettus &;Co.- cTQBAOOO SALESMEN. AU Tulooo Iusurml unlu wn have nTitUin iiintnu'tionn to ' ' " "' " tha contrary." '"" i..-.-. 1-soLicrriNO youu patuoxaoe. i.Lu..il JOHN T. BODDIE, BotWia, Ky, Agout. W. U. WliKKl.IB. W. II. rAXON, WHEELER, MILLS & CO.. A? i; - iTOBACXX): ?S'" I , , J Warehousemen and Commission Merchants ' RirasKI.I.VIU.K AND BAII.KUAD RTUKKTS, HOfKINSVIIXlC, KT. ' g01Mtmt AdrMiMi ColilglimoiiU. All Tntocoo Sent n.Co.erKl bj liuunnic. , TC. Uandert. POPLES'UAnitlOUSl, ; i HAWDERY & 8HR.YER. PROP'S, IIOPKINSVILLE, Ky. R U. St. But 10th snrt 11th.'. t MrUrtn MfMUm ftfn to MimHnii mil vlllnic all totMirooimtrno.l to . T.llwrn. ! T.nt iii ml "n l4Uu-4-o In fiura, iiotMl tjuailer. fur Ivhiun mhl ffAiiUWln. All iolmt'.t'o limurta " BBlvMiMtMii-wlM InrtrucMHl. - . - . . - v . . , Central "."Totaccd".- Warehouse, HOPKINSVILLF, UfPononal t tout ion paid to sunipling and soiling tohaoco. UtAT OAITHKR, MHH.Kr. PLANTERS WAREHOUSBr The Nat Gaither Co., Proprietors. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. XSoplclrLevillo - - - 'ICr. Liberal AUowraces on Tolmeeo In Store. - Jfoor Motltb.frx.Mor.nlopliut.nl. I ' II. II, NKLSOM. T ; R. R. and 1 1th Sts. ' Liboral adrnncwa made on Tobacco In ' ewuor uuIum writtun htatructioni to the if Goods must be sold. ,w ,;o r. , ;;' . , - Another week of Bargains. Come and see us. MASS trrrirrrJUZM I wt raHMnmomd Outori for ehlMiW kuowa to It. A. Amcns. M. U. Ill bo. Oxford ML, Urookia, M.T. Ckmra caurwr, IT K array 0C, In Tack. ftxA-Kwir. JOHN H. MII.IJ. M. F. SlIfiTER. KENTUCKY, 4AM KH W KST, H.Iciuiiii. ' r. W. DAIINKT. Hopklnsville Ky. Btom. , AU tobacco inHured at Cool of contrary. - , Warelionse We offer great values. . - . -. ., ,.-.. . fl't f j, : 4 -I Every. department complete. We want your trade. "WRECKERS OF HIGH PRICES." HOPKINSVILLE, KY. 1 Emplojrm.nl of Fml Labor. OnSl.nJ. f.U I intend to niiow that it ia wronir, docUltxilr wrong, for wodipii to do manual faUtr. Hor place and herdu lira are at home, and airay frum tlii'in, in the po-iiliou of a niau, aha ia a dtt rininut to hrnotf and to womaiihixjd at larjB. I do not mean that her place ia at home from a political stand point, but from the fact that in the (cginninfr aha was cnintod to be there, and iuntiiu'tnd by her Maker nlieio idie was to reign. In all that coen to niaka a ierfwt being, womau, I hold, is aa far Biiperior tti man aa are the heaven aliove our earth. All that waa pure, niiaullied, tender and good, wn uiHtillod in hor bciug. Enilowcd with Iraita gentle, refined nnd eiuioli ling, her place waa desiguated about the hearth-atone, where by her virtues and Cbrivtly protvpta she waa to turn man from his nature of boUterouxness and bardnerta to ways of gentleness aud aacralnrsa like her own. liar's was a duty, n mission ; but see what lie is to-uay. I hold that it ia dauttorous in the ex treme, to the morula of women, and a danger to lalior, for thoiu to uo man ual work. To push them away from the hearth-stone take away their mod ostT aud that dignitr and delicacy that uieu so lore and expoct. U "gives them a hardness and blaze exterior that breeds contempt and a luck of res pect from every ouo, and only too soon they are kickec1 aside by men of degraded, brutal instincts, aud the gutter is their refuge. Women should be treated with respect tiy every one; but when they grow iodinereut to the little courtesies of life, and all through asanciatiou with men in their business positions, nothing better than disre spoot and discourtesy are to be expect ed. ! . ; ' When girls are forced to tho niaulalj labor of men there is something rad ically wrong with socioty, with lalior, and with monopoly, and it is a dis grace to all of them. At paltry sal aries, scarcely sutlicient to pay their board, they are compelled toelothe ami dress themselves at the expeneo of their virtue. -Tho foremen, devoid thoinsclvca of all honor and character, exert an InUuenee over the young women, that drives them utterly, help lessly to destruction. There is tho poverty at home, they know, and for tho few dollars each week they are forced to change, from girls whoso" in tention at first was the best, to hurlots, to live and dio uuloved, uuhouored and dispisod. It is better for women to exixt nnd suffer the most excruciat ing povorty and hunger, than to load thu life boiiur followed by twenty thousand young working girls in Sau ' Francisco and uakiand uwiny. mom- ers aud fathers look at their (laughters when poverty comes at the door, and declare that their girls will not go wrong. They let hor leave the homo, wretched though they may lie, and she enters the factory, llcfore long she mils, ami, cognizant o ner 'K. sue lies auout ner coiitiinon. one oe- gms to wear oiotiim nor parenw, m unlh har liulit Amilfl tin. In iv. nun imm ..v.r, , ':- " t 8pionaia pon-wiper atlittiooost. we rom bad to worse A brief soasou of , ,jod lotennuJ nBiIi fevensh excitement follows, mul tlien now hj mi down she goes, dragging with her al bruaU yer wHh uHtiil hose i.t home, who, until now, thought mft . fro'm tUe end of it her proof against the temptation she twoeor thr incheg in 0Kih. was bound to contend with as a labor- Apl)Hod to the door gtoneg it 0 away with the use of the mat; applied A few yours ago a beautiful girl was t tfje lloor, it will cause to grow fouud iu the bay at this place, aud no therefrom hair sufficient for a Brus one knew her. Twenty-four hours gala carpet. A little weak lather afterwards the chief of police hud re-1 sprinkled over a barn makes it imper ouived eighteen telegrams from differ- vious to the wind, rnin, or cold. It eutpartsof California from loving par-i outs, asking if the atiicido was their gin. lugnieon nonies nau iuus own desecrated through tho weakness of as many cmitimii, aim a iuniier inviwu- (fill ion showed that all of thoeigliteoii had lAlhui through connection Willi lalior. Until vounir irirls are kept within the sucrcd precincts of home, the con- dition of society will grow worse and worse until the end is horrible lo con- wive. Parents allow their daughters to plod the streets until midnight, tuk- ing their won! for it that it is all right, Alone and unattended, there is noth- ing but that which is degrading and atrocious for them to meet. They ar- gue that they have worked all day and need tho rest. So they do, but my God I see how the one sin begets the other. There is another argument against women doing manual Tabor. Id every ease a man is diHplaced, and iu many instances is coniKlled to tramp, una ble t- regain the foothold he has lost, lie pluuges into dissipation through the knowledge that loved ones are suffering and hungry at home, and is perhaps jerked up for a crime com mit teed in a reckless moment, and sent to the penitentiary, owing to a false position of society and the intro duction of woman lalior to take place long aud honorably tilled by them. I have no remedy to oner for this evil further than that tho young be ept ai louie. leacu mem 11a aacnxi inllueiiees aud make it the one loved spot of all earth to them. Do not force the gills out into the world, for. as sure as you do, so sure will they be lost it pushed into manual labor. Do better yourselves; and mothers, re member one thing: It takes all the law, all tho care, all the devotion and attention in you, to save a boy or girl at best, aud all should be done to keep your girls, especially from that late whose pangs are the most psin fill and heartrending of all, and for which tlior is no remedy. ' .Jessi L. Edmundhon. My son twelve years of age. has beea afflicted with scrofula for eight Tears. Ilia hio toint umtrudtid through the skin, and he could not walk except on crutches, and he was also nearly blind. I had him under the care of the best doctors without avail, aud had given him up to die, when I was tinted to try Bull's Sarsa- parilla. He has used eight bottles and already his eyesight is restored and his limb much bettor. His appe tite is now good, he looks well and is quite choertul. 1 Munk wim a lew more bottles he will be completely cured, James Lee, Nashville, Tenu. "Here' a question," said the infor mation editor, "that I can't answer. The man wants to know 'how long girls should be courted.' " "just the Bame as short girls, re turned the obituary editor. And the stair humorist stole the ke and sold it to the editor in chief ke and m r $1. N Y. Herald. DO NOT SUITES ANT LOKOEH. Knowinir that a cotitrh can be checked iu a day, aud the first stages of consumption broken in a week, we horeby guarantee Dr. Acker's Enirlish Cotu&h Roinedv. and will re- fund the nionev to all who buy. take it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. H. B. Garner, Druggist. A quack having invented a wonder ful hair-invigorating fluid, applied to an editor for a testimonial. He gave it in those terms, calculated we should think to convince the most skeptical Jjttle applied to the inkstand has , ; it t f b .gU kj ;t .. . . jg goxxl to put inside of children cradles, sprinkle on the roadside, c or B,)Vwhere where luxuriant grass is ' wu'utod for use or ornament. It pro- duces the elleot in ten miuuies Xonsoriul Times, ova vert dkst peofls Confirm our statement when we any that Dr. Acker's tnglish Iteiueny is in every way superior to any antf all other preparations for the Throat aud Ludgs. In Whooping Cough and Croup it is a mngio aud relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Iioniembor, this Keraetly is sold on a positive guarantee. 1 , H. B. Gasnes, Druggist. ' Haraditary Blood Poison. Many of the evils of life are inherit ed. 1 arenta transmit to their chit dren a state of blood impurity. What a fearlul heritage to bequeath an in nocent child! Scrofula, akin diseases. erysipelas, sore eyes, ringworm, tetter eczema, scald head, scabby surface. . syphilitic, symptoms, ulcerative ant! consumptive taudoncios, etc., all 1 1 which make hie miserable, ami ti i victim a prey to desiguiug quuoks. t Is surely a disgrace that this kiioi 1 be so. It is mauifestly t lie dutv every one lo keep their II" pure aud their systi-ms in condition of good lu-allh. Ka u ' has given us kindly heiln that wi. accomplish this proporly used, Tn best are used with careful selection ; that compound known as Dr. Bull Sarsaparilla. There is no phase blood poisou this incoiuparal)ieallc: -tive will not relieve. If a xufT.i from blood disease, you do your great injustice if you fail to try it. Springlield Express. ' His Only Bent Editor (to. appli cant for position): But thai vau you do, young man I Haven't you some special talent or taste some bent as they sayt . ' Applicant (dubiously) N no, sir, not that I can think of except that I am a little bow-legged -Burlington Freo Press. Co Nervous Debilitated Men. IX you will send us your address. wa will mail vou our illustrated oam- ghlet explaining all about Dr. Dye's elebrated Electro-Voltaio Beit and Appliances, and their charming effects upon the nervous debilitated system. and how they will quickly restore you to vigor, and mauhood. Pamphlet free. II you are thus atlhcted, we will send yota Belt and Appliances on n Mini. Voltaic Belt Co Marshall, Mioh, Maeazine Editor (to sub) You'll have to leave out your literary notes this mouth, on account of the pressure on our an department. Sub Another portrait of Lincoln I Editor No throe new soap adver tisements. L,ne. . Drunksnne$ Liquor Habit In all th. World ther. Is but On Cure, Dr. Haines' Gold.n 8peclfic. It can be taken in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of - the person tuning it, eitecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the pa tient is a moderate drinker or an al coholic wreck. Thousands of drunk ards have been cured who have taken theOolden Spocillo in their coffee without their knowledge, and to-day believe they quit drinking of then own free will. No harmful effect re sults from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particulars. - Address in confi dence, Golden Specific Co., 186 Kace strouvuuiciuuau, umo. Trials of Groat news Mr. G realms n Good morning, sir. What can I do for you. sirf Reporter (with Edison phonograph and camera) l nave come to phouo graphically and photographically in terview you for the Daily Hustler. Now griu and chin Now York Week- Many mothers would willingly pay a dollar a box for Dr. Bull's Worm Destroyers if they could not got it for less. It costs only 25 oeuta and is sold by druggists. The Only Beinedy For "that tired feeling'-it might be good to take a rest from patent mediciues. Puck. . Tils first symptoms or DEATH. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in Various parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of ap petite, fevenshnesa, pimples yt sores, are all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became poisoucd it munt be purified to avoid death. Dr, Acker's English 'Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold under a positive guarantee. H. B. Gabmer, Druggist. Is booming and the people are flocking to it. Good news as well as bad news travels rapidly. Many are buying shoes and laying them away for future use. Why don't you? THURSDAY At 50c, 75c, and $1.00, and $2.00. , Nos. 1 and 3 Main St. Glass WIT AND WISDOM. Th. man who takes things as they come never list auy "go to aim. Hus ton I osL The man who think, he Is bright Is eliloin inclined to keep It dark. Buf falo Courier. It seenis strings that th. sharper a man Is the harder It Is to make a tool of ultn. lktilon Poit Tha silent man is th. on. w always UHUin to wild the greatest pleasure. Biclimond Iteoordor. Itie talent o( success is nothing more tbsu doing wnat you can do woll, with a thought of fame. Longfellow. If you can't marry a womsa with dollars, the next bout thing is a woman with en. llingkainton Republican. I'rlde Is wia. when It goeth before a I1L If It waited until aftorward it cuuld not go at alL illlwaukoe Jour ual. Sometimes, to unklndness and ln Juittce, illeno. may be witter than evea tba soft an.wer which turneth awav wrath. A honta baa the advantage over man In one thing. He's worth more alter he's brukcu than be was before. Berk shire News. , Failure attor long perseverance Is much grander than uover lo have a striv ing good enough to be called a failure. tleorgo Eliot. . ' A uian will always confess that be Is l.ke olhor men, but be will nover ad mit that he ai evor anything like any baby he ever saw. Atchison Uluho. J'be world is full of would-be pbilos- oibern; but, like Hie majority of physi cians, we do not And thorn taking their stork proscriptions whoa occasion arises. Boston Budget. , Whatever a mans personal follies may be. bo 'never siiucmU iu showing the depth of idiocy lo wbieh he caa de scend until he trios to rua the universe for othur people. '1'bey alio have nover known pros perity can burdly be said to be unhappy; it iu from thu remembrance of Joys w. bate lobt that tbo arrows of aifliotion aro pointed. Mnckonzte. fiove is tho highest happiness. . It may also bo the deepest anguish. An unloving heart cau not take any doop hold on joy or sorrow. The more wo lovo the greater the possibility of bliss or at'Oiiy. ( unil.urlauii Presbyterian. lie that will gio bluiMilt to all manner of wuvs to get money, may bs rich; so ho that lets fly all ho knows oi thinks, may liy cbaue. bo satirically witty. Honesty sometimes keeps a man trout growlujr rieh, and civility trom be ing witty. Nelden. ' .Moderate desire constitutes a char acter UtMd lo acquire all the good which the world fun yield, lie is prepared, In whatever aluUon he is, therewith to ba eontcul; has learned tbo acionco of be ing happy; and possesses tb. alcbemlo stone which will change .very metal Into ffuld.-rUwight. ' . A gouulne aspiration Is aevor othe wis. than nobl." and unselfish, .vea when It draws ono away from the natu- ral companionships of lite; separates ono, that Is. not In fooling or In sympa thy or In the romnion fldolltios, but la taste aud habit and Intellectual com panionship. Kuritl New Yorker. A Carkia. Mirth-Mark. Joseph II. liotheimau, scarp?nter, re siding at I'onnellsvllle, !'., has scres-oent-shnped birtb-iuark on the back of bis neck which baa aroused considerable curiosity in that vicinity. When th. moon Is new Rothorman's mark is hardly noticeable, bi.t as I. una turns the Oral quarter it begins to turn rc.d and swell. By the IIiiih of full moon It bos swelled Into a hornlike roll oer two inches in thickness. As the moon wanes the mark decrease iu tizo and color uutll It again becomes a blucisb, crcsci-lit-stiaped mark, hardly niised above the akin. bu Louis B f ubho. . The eirl graduate wnnts to son a fmnous mou "So this is your edito rial room, is Itt" "Yes." "And are theso gentlemen editors 1" "Yes." ' "Which one of them is Wet" Contributor What kind of jokes do vou prefer! Alitor Leap year jokes. Contributor Why! Kditor Because it takes them four years to got around again. Keystoue. -:a-Q OW-SAiB: MORNING AT 70' RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. It Is said that 80,000 Chinese .m braeed Christianity lost year. -Th. membership of tbo Methodist Church grows at tb. rate of 350 each day. Out of a total membership In the eltyof Klchraond, Va., ol S5.IKK). th. colored Baptista have 1H.O0O. Hamilton College, which will cole brate Its oontennial ero long, has had 1,605 alumni, o( whom 1,1154 aro liv ing. The sbaenco of any kind of anxiety for the spread of tho truth Implies spir itual paralysis, if it doe not imply spiritual death. Canon Lldduu. Tho boy who has his physical and mental powers undor control, nnd un derstands tbo boat methods of - using those poworB, is educated. J. A. Cooper, God only Imparts tbs highest wis- dom.tho most profound socreto, the most mysterious laws of- Ills kingdom to minds most open to spiritual influence .J nwMt muwnt I tln I... Vlluli.A fl.nnlit ' The promises of the Bililo, like tb. boams of the sun, shin, as froely la at the window of the poor man's oottoge as the rich man's paluoo. A mountain of gold heaped up high as llcavon would be no such trea9uro as ono promise of Ood. In Hawaii schools are established all ovor the islands, tbo sum allotted to publlo instruction in 188li-'(W being $-JO.I.0-JO annually. In 1883 thore were 1SR schools, with 8.770 pupils; of those, thore were M-0 Uuwullans and l.SUT half castes. The sixty-fifth annual mooting of the American Tract Hooloty was recent ly held in Now York. The recolpts of tb. benevolent department during the yoar woro 8110,9111; tbo expenditures wero 8134,1110. The expenditures of the business department wero 804.414, ex ceeding the roooipts of that department byW,004. . Tbo native ehnrches In Japan, un der the caro of the 'American Hoard, organised, half a dozen years ago, Homo Missionary Society. It has flour ished so woll that the demands of the work now justify tho appointment of a paid president, who will dovoto all bis time to establishing new churches and strengthening those slroady existing. In Montci-.cgrn, schools for olcniont- ary instruction are supported by the Government; education is cotnpnlsory and free of chargo. In IS80 Montenegro hod 70 elementary schools, with ahont 8,000 nmlo, but only mi female pupils. All males undor tbo a?n of twenty-five and ovor ten aro supposed to bo able to road and write. Iho country has a the ological seminary und a gymnasium or col logo for boys at Cotinje, and a girl's high-school Is maintained at the chargo of tho teuipruHs of Kussio. The Indian Commissioner has asked for an Increase otatHiutSU0,000over the appropriation for tho current yoar for the maintenance of Indian eduoation. For eight years, beginning with 1878, there was an annual avorago increase of 75 per cent In appropriations for this purpose, bat for the last five or six years there has boon praotically no increase, and in 1S87 evon a reduction. Tho Com missioner Is but dolnr bis duty In re minding us that If tho Indian children are to lie made self-supporting citizens. and not continued as dependent pauper wards of tho liovornmont, this educa tional work must lie done, and Congress onght net to hesltato to provide for It adequately. Harper's Hoekly. WIT, AND WISDOM. Tb. best man In the world la a bore If ho comes at tbo wrong time. Atcbt-I aondlobe. The wise employe always laughs promptly whon tho proprietor makes a horuet. llo stands up when acimior Joke. Somervlll Journal i ing editorials now Nutioual Publish: The man must nmlom to maintain Highest of all in Leavening Power. ill s smtmtYEVt pirns JEANS PANTS, worth $1.50 Corner. ins rights becomes oetuliratod lor cir culating bin wrongs. N. O. 1'icayune. In writing, as well as peaklu, otc great secret of efftctivo eloquence ia to say what is proper and stop when you nave anno. col ton. ' . Truo morrimont may T dlstln gulshed from fill so by the Tact that it bears reflection; wo can think of It with pleasure next duy and next week. Wo deride a rich man for meanness, and a poor man for extravagance. And in tho meantime we go around doing as wo pleaao Just as lliey da Puck. 1'ursonal likes and dislikes do not cloud in tho slightest degree our dis position to render to ovory man the Justico which honorable good faith re quires. N. Y. Hun. Wit loses Its rcspoct with th. good whon seen in company with malice, and to smllo at tho Just which plants a thorn In another's breast, is to become a prin cipal In the mischief. Sheridan. It is said that one forgives because be forgots. As thore Is no letb. of for- getfulnoss for ono's own shortcomings. this may explain why a man can forgive any olfonse save an offense committed by himself against himself. Judge. Uaults are less easily acquired In mature life than in youth; but evea then their formation Is not impossible If we can only find the right motive. It may not always bo the host in itsolf, but the best that has power st the time-snd for that individual. Mon gonerally consider It bravory to shoot or strike upon the slightest provocation. "AVounded dignity" Is a big thing. It Is tho man who runs sway rsthor than preoipitat. an attack, wbo is tho brave man. This world would be uiuvu uuiiur uu ii uu less cowaraiy- courage and more couragoous oowardtoe. Western Rural. Whatever expands th. affections, or enlarges tho sphere of our sympathies wliatovor-nuakos us feel our relation to tho universe, "and all that it inherits," to time nnd to eternity, to tho groat and bonetlclent causo of all, must unques tionably refine our nature, and elevate ns to the scalo of being. Chsnnlng. We make a fatal mistake to devote tho whole of our strength and energy to wooing prosperous circumstances and warding olf adverse ones. Muoh of it must of coursn be thus employed, but enough of It should ho reserved for th. reception, in tho right spirit and with right aims, of whatevor conios. Bacon tolls us that the virtue of prosperity is tcmperanoa and the virtue of adversity Is fortitude; but it depends upon our selvos whether wo gather these and other precious fruits from either of those plants. Onco a Woek. The I'orter's Plaint. Mr. Plexo I's gittln' tired ob d' rail road porsuasion, gonnlomon. Mr. Reudors ho's L Mr. llatos Whod'a yo' magnates a-growlin' 'bout. Mr. Picxo A felior on d train comln' down gub nie a quahter wiv a bole into It, an' whoa I kicked, he took back d' quuhter, an' tolo mo V use d' hole t' bury inahsoff in. Judge. THAT TKHE1BLK COUC11I, In the momiiur. hurried or difficult breathing, raising phlog, tightness in tne cnest., qiiicKenod pulse, chilli ness in the evening or Bweats at night, all or any of those things are the Srst stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's English Cough Itemed y will cure these fearful symptoms, and is sold under positive guarantee by H. B, Gabngr, Druggist. . " . A Leavenworth editor sat down iu reserved seat already occupied by a r aim muter. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. it, 18S9.