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L N TIME TABLE
In effect Aufuil 6 189J
HOITH
Mall 1047 m
Nlht Eiprrst tllj p m
Kvaim ille Accomodation S 00 a m
roldcncnJ Midlionrllle 517 p m
OUTH
Mali S7Pm
Nlthl Kiprex jjo a m
Chicago Llmltril j joitn
Kfanttille Accomodation 50 p 01
roTlitence and MadlaonTllle arrtrei 74 a m
P N HENDERSON Afent
Garlinot apJDnins
News Notes Persons Paragraphs and
Other Doing at Home Worthy
of Special Mention
Enough rnlo to lay tho dust would
be very acceptable
ANNOUNCEMENT
Wo urn authorized to annouiico Hint
3 W Story Is a candidate for Super
Intendant of Schools of Hopkins Cmmty
subject to tho notion of thn qualilicd
voter of the county at tho regular
election lu November
Several of our citizens attended tlio
jScbiee Camp Meeting Sunday
Children never object to taking
sunn lnino Sirup It Is pleasant to
take and effectual For salo by nil
druggists lrico f0c per bottle
It Is a bad lire that brings uo good to
tho Insurance ngent
M -a 1 iaa 1
Tako German Iruno Syrup for Con
Blipntion llcadaclio and Indigestion
For salo by nil druggists 60c per hot
tie
A big pile of brlek now obsliucts
our front view but It Is only temporary
na Contractor Stewart and his forco of
iiten nro tapldly putting them away In
tho walls of tho St Uernanl Companys
liauilsomo now structure
Captain Sweeney U S A San Diego
Cal says Sbllohs Catarrh Heraedy is
the first medicine I hate ever found that
would do me any good Price 50 cents
Sold by St liernard drug store
AITUKED A few days ago a tour-
A COOS 1st waiter stopped at
Day is hotel and npplled
for work ho was engaged and licfore
two days had passed the chlof of police
of Dawsou swooped down on tho new
comer saying that tho youug man of
color whose name I Will Hoyd was
wanted In Dawson Tho cliargo
agalhiV Mm was thoft he having
stolen sonio clothing from tho Inmates
of Ireou Inwn Hotel Officer Tribble
left with his prisoner fur Dawson yes
terday
Shilohs Vilatiier is what you need for
Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or
Kidney Troubte It is uaranleed to give
you satisfaction Price 75c Soldby St
Bernard drug at ore
IT IS NO MOKE Dullu West Co
MCLEOD DULIN Is tho name of tho
new linn which
succeeds McLood Jnllu Uotli mem
bers of the old firm however aro In
terested Tho chango In tho firm natno
and au lncrcaso In tho amount of stock
carried nro tlio only uotablo changes
The house Is closed for a few days
While an Involco of stock on hand Is
taken Tlio now partner Mr West
at ouco takes his iutoresL As has been
stated heretofore Mr Mclood assumes
tho management of their Karllngton
homo nnd MrDulIn will bo associated
with Mr West In tho Madisonvlllo
bouse now In courso of erection
Sbitohs Cure tho great Cough and
Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket
site contains twenty five doses only 35c
Children love it For sale at St lier
nard drug store
THE CltEATEST HOP
KINS COUNTY HAS
EVEtt SEES
A VALUABLE
COIN
lu
UcgiunlugAug
30th and con
tinuing four
days tho Hop-
kins County Fulr will bo in full blast
Have you read tho list of premiums In
eluding tho special premiums offorcdP
Do vou know what has beeu promised
bylho management ot tho fair Go to
Secrotary or write him for catalogao
for full particulars and after doiug all
that go to tho fair all four of tho days
Everyone should mnko tho best exhibit
in their powci nud encourago others to
do tho samo thing There Is more
ways than ouo to patroulzoyourcouuty
fair to your profit and dont loso sight
of that fact
AUIgTIme Coining
It will not equal the Worlds Fair In
some particulars but jou can depend
on seclug tho best Hopkins County Fair
nt Madisonvlllo this seasou than over
before All thoso having charge this
of tho catalogues
year will toll you Get ouo
alogues and compare tho premium list
with that of Miner years That alouo
Tho days o the
Will convince you
Fulr will bo Aug 30 ami 31 ana oopu
1st and 2nd Ueiucmber date and be
ready to go
II O llourlaud of tho
St llornaid clerical
force evidently Is now
favor of a limited colu of silver
II on0Iril K HfLVCOUt
as no nas in m iuw -
pleco of the abovo nnmed metal made
In the year 1804 which Is likely to
proye quite valuable to him as such
coin nro In ttrcat demand Look over
ii iu mi see if there Is not
VUUI UBI
aHWUK them some like the ouo pwued
by Henry that will fairly make you
lp for toj r
Owoiis Prn 8yni l fwit
A CKOSSINO Tho old crossing In
RENOVATED front of Fox board
ing house that has so
long memtnccit tlio public nnd withal
nn eyesoro to tho community nl largo
lias been thoroughly rcnutntcd and is
row In flrst class condition Our city
fathers deservo commendation of the
community for their promptness in this
matter
US FAMILIAR AS To seo Judge Finns-
OLD SHOES wot til our former
postmaster toto
lug tho mill sack or otherwise offici
ating looks qnlto natural Tho only
unnatural fcaluro thero is In tho pic
ture Is tho nbsenco of Miss Itoblnsou
his foimcrcfficleut clerk Tho Judge
Is no doHbt a born postmaster the
right man In tho right plaeo llo Is
subbing this week for Mr Victory
whllo ho nnd his family nro visiting tho
White City
AS SNtIO AS A HUG A llltlo less than
IN A HUG thivo months ago
Mr M II I oug
commenced tearing down tho old
building ho so long occupied as a bus
liicis homo preparatory to erecting In
Its stead a mora commodious one Wo
nro pleased to inform our readers that
Mr Long Is nowoniconsed In his now
quarters as snug as a bug In n rug
Tho entire structuro was built under
his Immediate supervision and for
adaptnbllty beauty and convenience Is
not surpassed In Western Kentucky
OF POLITICAL 0 J Clark of White
INTEREST Plains was In
vlllo last Saturday
feellnglho pulseof his republleau friends
as regards his candidacy for tho Senate
should ho cnncludo to make the race
Tho fi lends of II F Porter of Man
itou are prevailing 011 him to enter
tho raco for tho slalo Senate As yet
these two men nro nil that have been
mentioned Christian county republi
cans nro disposed to leave It to their
Hopkins county brethren to name tho
winner
ATINCEOF Onco wedded only to
ROMANCE havo the mniitil ties
topi asunder by the
courts was not a sourco of much satis
faction to John Sterling a young
painter decorator etc who took up
his nbodo In this city three months
ago Ills lirst love and former wife
who still boro his name Mrs Hhoda
C Stcillng or Now Middle town lud
came here on Saturday at Johns insti
gation It was a pre arranged plan to
try again that at which they nt lirst did
not succcod Tho ltnv J S Fulls tied
tho nuptial knot tho evening of tlio
ladys arrival and now John has nil
tho appearances of being tho happiest
man lu town nnd wo doubt not that he
Is
RE UNION OF EX- Tho Confederate
CONFEDERATES Uc iinlon nt Madi
sonville last Satur
day was largely attended Tho crowd
present was estimntcd to exceed thrco
thousand people Tho speaking eat
ing nnd jolllllcatlon In general took
plnco lusldo tho Fair Grounds
livo cents admission feo was nil that
was asked visitors and nil readily com
plied The money thus raised nfler
defraying expenses will bo donated to
tho Widows and Orphans fund The
cooked carcasses and some half cooked
satWUcd tho wants of the inner man
Hon Polk Laffoon acted ns Master of
Ceremonies Speeches wcro mado by
Senator Wm Lindsay Col K Polk
Johnson John W Iockott and others
A HEEDED Our readers will reniom
WARN ISO bcr that wo gave an ac
count ot Hufus Clarks
liouso being struck by a multiplo
bolt of lightning last week Tho dam
ago done tho building wns slight and
tho ihock of the stioko phenomenally
light still that bolt has wrought a won
dorful effect upon tho residents that
neighborhood Jack Diy has mended
his walk and ways Insomuch that ho
wear Ids hat now when ho makos a
trip down town Toombs persecutes
tho uclghbors with long harangues
about Destiny Free Agency and
tho Sin of Adam nnd his presence
now will scatter n crowd nta dog light
Rufe Clark will when ho can ilisceru a
cloud as largo as a mans hand imme
diately scoot or Ids closetnnd in tones
of deepest pictyolTer up that appropri
ate prayer Now I lay mo down to
sleep Jim Dean attends regularly to
the ordiiiHiico of foot washing every
night and pours out his soul lu devo
tloual singing that qwect strata of Zlon
Amazing graco show pity Lord
And am I bom to die
CONE TO THE
WORLDS FAIR
Tho past week threo
shipments ot fruit
from Hopkins couuty
have beeu made to Chicago fot Hop
kins couutys display In tho Worlds
Fulr Horticultural building A fair
nininitnn of tiiu class of fruit
produced Iu this county Is uow thcro
en exhibition Other shipments aro lo
follow Our announcement last weuu
that wed pack and ship nil tine grades
of fruit left with us for the purpose as
stated has brought to this ofllco fruits
of excellent quality August 4th Wm
Hancock urought us 4 varieties of
peaches aud the St Uerunrd 3 varieties
or grapes all of which were shipped by
oxpress the samo day Tho shipment
made Aug 7th composed vaiietlos of
poaches by J F Story 5 varieties of
apples by J W Fiuleyi 4 arletks of
apples by St llornnrd Coal Co and
vmieiyof poar by J K Sadler Oti
Amr 8th wore shipped three varieties
of neaches by J M Oldham and I
variety nt aimles and 4 varieties of
muM bvSt Bernard Col Co
grwrs ot fruit are kledly requesUd to
l ttl
than ono dozen of each variety you de
sire to sond nnd let us forward them
without delay
LITERARY NOTES
Every occupation In tho country Is
anxiously looking to the extra Session
of Congress fprtyclet Evcryjgjttzcn Is
directly and personally IntcrWcd In
every measure Ipbo discussed nnd will
wnnt tho news promptly and fully It
Is during a tlirto ditto Mi is that tho
great ndrantngo of Week
St Louis Republic is conclusively dem
onstrated Its readers get ALL tho
news each Tuesday aud Friday Just
twlco ns ofton nnd fully as It could bo
had from nny weekly paper nnd yet it
costs no more than tho weeklies only
ono dollar a year It will bo Indlspcnsl
blo during tho next few months Send
in your subscription nl once Extra
copies freo for ono year to tho bender of
four new names with folir dollars
Wrltofor fi cosamplo copies nnd raise
a club Address Tho Republic St
Louis Mo
Do You ice this
August 3031 Sept 12 03 nro
tho four days tho Hopkins Couuty Kali
will throw open lis gates to nil comers
Dpnt forget Ihodnto nor your ticket
of admission
Personal Mention
Mr and Mia K W Arnold of
Whlto Plains ppcut Sunday with Mr
nnd Mrs F 11 Arnold of this city
Miss Annie Mason of Henderson is
hero visiting Mrs James II Hash
Tho Misses Mooru of Henderson aro
visiting their sister Mrs Chailrs II
McGary
Miss Cora Head of Providence Is vis
friends here
Miss Hallio Uakcr of Paducah ts the
guest of friends and relatives lu this
city
Will P Scott now a full fledged
drummer was here on Monday in the
Interest of John 11 Hohsenbcrgcr of
ETansvillclnil
Miss Jnslo Allen of Kansas City
Mo Is spending n few weeks with rela
tives in this city
BykJiinVAitafW eye
on the market and by judicious
advertising Mr J T Alexan
der of Madisonville Ky
supplies the wants of his pa
tronsiand keeps them advised
as to the time and place to se
cure bargains His summer
stock of goods must be go
ing as the fall season is near
at hand and room for the ele
gant line of these goods he
intends to buy in the Eastern
market must be had Mr
Alexander has already started
on his Eastern trip visiting
the Worlds Fair enroute
Mrs Mollic Rash his able as
sistant accompanies him
Handsome new goods will be
in stock in due season Pre
pare lor tneir coming ana
help Mr Alexander prepare
space for them by buying un
precedented bargains in ev
erything on his shelves and
counters He desires those
who have special orders to be
filled to write him to his New
York address Broadway Cen
tral Hotel
Karls Clover Root the new Wood Puri
fier gives freshness and clearness to the
Complexion and cures constipation ajc
joe and Jtoo Sold by St liernard drug
store
Dout in ifye Mines
SupU Hutlandof tho Fmplro mines
mado a business trip to Kvansvillo last
Satunlay
Foreman J W Day and wife will1
soon mako a visit lo tho Worlds Fair
and seo all the wonders
Ke unluiis nro all right So yutiCail
go and cat your mutton nnd drink your
water without putting a stick iu It
Capt Uiscom is not getting along as
well as his friends would like to seo
him nnd tho old gentleman Is missed
very much ou our streets
Wo ro uot positive but wo think tho
man has been found hero who could be
cremated without being waked up
Certnluly a wonderful discovery if
true
It ilia silver miner can inliio eoil
thero will undoubtedly soon bo n sur
plus of miners Irom the Weston hand
ns reports siy thousands nrn coming
Kastwnrd
Of course tho colored miners could
not complain of a scarcity of picnics
last weok as two wcro proldcd for
them where they could spend their
ready cash
some ot those Kansas miners still
fall to recogulzo tho fact that so far as
the operators nro concerned tho striko
Is over as they now have a full supply
of minors at work
A cttkeu who has returned from the
Worlds Fair says the coal exhlblteven
from Kontucky Is not what jt should
be very little pains having been taken
lu making the display n creditable one
The St Ilcrnaldreprescutattveatthe
Worlds Fair this week Is Mr Dan M
Kvnus hud as George hits posted him
where tho greatest attractions are he
will have very litto trouble Ini locating
tliet wonders s 3
U H Roljlnsou and Judgo Stokes
within crew of ftmiMiavo been busily
engagcVtho past week putting Jn new
timbers at No 9 tip aud making other
improyemeuts thatwill ouable them to
soon put In new machinery thoro
KenourtoaldpcmtorS feci the effect
ot tub aoarty oi njouyv asth
ereaae ia eoal and coke orders plaluly
wImml wwawtoncioMiuwn
SupLIIaydonof tho Irovhletin mine
nnd sonio of tho cltlzons of Lrovidiiiee
nro having sonio tronbld over tho lnrv
lionoin funco Tlio btipoiinioutioiii
woko tin duo morning to liml thai n
fence ho liml biilttho dnv beforo hniUwoffll as a inaniial Mtve ropentedly
been sawed down and quite naturally J
ho was wrathy
Coal dealers who handlo exclusively I
tlio Kentucky nrticlo dont shed tiny
tears over tho Pittsburg dealer as men
tioned below It has been n long
time slnco Pittsburg coal was mi scarce
In this city ns It Is now Though tho
prico lias not advanced bcjnndf1 per
load it Is hard to got nny nt nil Tho
dealers will onlv dolhrru load nt u
time bectuso thoy nro compelled lo
save what littlo thcro is on hand to Mil
largo contracts About 10000000
bushels nro In barges at Pittsburg wait
ing to bo started down with high water
which many do not expect to arrive be
fore fall Thcro Is n largo supply of
Kentucky coal on tho market and
this Is ono thing that tends to keep
down tho prico of Pittsburg coal
Sympathy strikes ni a general rule
novor effect nnythlng more than to add
misery to poverty Yctns scon below
tho Missouri minors think dllTcroit
The dolcgatn convention of the Mis
souri miners Is in session nt Kansas
City framed an ultimatum last night
Tho ultimatum is a demand for nibi
trntlon settlement beforo Aug T vtitli
the penalty of a general sympathy slriko
in Missouri in enso of a refusal Tlio
sympathy striko Is billed for Aug 7
The meeting was attended by nioro than
forty delegates from Ihojmncs In Wcnt
cm nnd Southern MIsouii The ses
sion was secret but tho fact of tho ulti
matum was gained from reliable
sources
Tho following clipping from a recent
letter from tlio Popo of Home gliw
sonio sound views on the trouble ex
isting between labor and capital The
masses who do perceive Iho nicotics of
light and idiadc seeing those moving
in a superior condition of lifo adherents
of tho people of society allow them
selves to bo blinded by agitators who
havo no real interest In the cause ihoy
so- loudly uphold hcjnml a KellNIi one
Arm this Is why sti ikes are po unpro
ductive of beneficial results Placed
on a basts moro social than economic
being moro of struggle than a paclllea
tlonj moro of aggression than defense
Iho striko loses its natural aspect ami
hides Its essence A -strike can bo jus
tilled only as a means of defenso when
an individuals liltciest is attacked
Nccr can it bo justllicd as n collective
arm of aggression Man has a natural
light to live and wmk An a moans of
procuring a living ho has a light to
remove every nbsinclo to his work and
to gel tho value of his labor And
thcicfurc when his labor is neither pro
ductive nor remunerative ho has i right
to refuso to continue it lint an indi
vidual right cannot bo transferred into
a collective right nor can an arm of
defense bo changed into an arm of
aggression to causo a means of good to
degencratd into a sourco of harm An
aggressive striko is not reciprocal be
tween operator and operative but an
Instrument of attack upon tho piinrio
tor and propct ty Tho operative on
striko Is a passlvo and dominated in
strument not nu intelligent nnd frco
being Whllo his action lessons the
capital of tho employer It puts no
monoy Into his own pockot Tho right
of protecting tho operative whethor in
tho factory or tho field slould bo - ad
mitted And for this purposo tho
maxlmun of salary should bo lived
Tlio hours of labor should ho arranged
giving duo attention to days of rost
and abstention from labor
bocomofiOe Blasts
Kx scctlon foreman Sullivan is hero
visiting his son Supervisor Sullivan
Conductor Chas Hrowulng wo un
derstaud contemplates making i trip
to tho Worlds Fair somctiino during
this moutii
Fow walcrmolons aro now being
shinned north which indicates that
satdcrop is now about harvostcd in tho
south
Ho dont mako nny profession to
wards being qualified as a dotcctivo
yet thcro is no doubt ho did sonio good
work In that lino last week
To accomodate thoso who doslred to
attend tho camp meeting last Sunday
a special passenger train was run from
hero to bcurco
Foreman MoLaln of tho Wostern
Union lias been with us Iho past wcok
or two making sonio changos iu ofllcos
along Iho lino
Perhaps tho boys would not havo
gotten Into troublo If they would only
listen to that Hlblo ndiiionillnu which
says Look not upon tho wlno when
It is red
The truth iu tho saying A long lane
which has no turning was revealed
tho past wcok when thoso who had
beeu dealing in stolon gomlH wcro dis
covered
Quito a chango in ollico forco of tho
nconts department was mado slnco
our last llnrrv Ogden now holds the
lav operators lob down
Hiiukluy docs tho
night
Cut down ami curtail oxponsos Is
nuw tho chief vocation among thn
foremen who havo charco of men so
qulto n numuer of them wcro called
upon to lake a rest last week until busi
ness would incroaso so that their serv
ices would bo ro iilred
Tho L N is uot alone as regards
cutting down exponas by reduction of
force many other companies are doing
likewise It Is n general complain I
that business is dull throughout tho
United Slates
Supervisor Sullivan with u largo
force of men has again been huy tlio
past week distributing new steel
Suoervisor John Davis is now
utlng ballast on tho south end and is
fast making preparations tor improve
ment u his division
It would seem from tho following
artlclo In tho Courier Joiirn il thai not
onlv track mon nnd thoao employed in
shops will suffer but also those who
constitute the forco of clerks will lie
made fuel the effect of haul limes
The ax in tho Louisville and Nashvllln
general oilices will soon fall with iv sick
ening thud on n largo niimlier of cleiks
at Second nud Main sliccts It was
reported yesterday that lu addition to
the nitron or more ciuiks wm mum
ped from tlio Auditors olllce some
others In different departments may
lind themselves without job Tho
Louisville and Nashville officials are
ltailu i oi jxii Iiir been
VMYly cinici il foi nut aliandonlng
thn prosi nt fini of uoihIcii tip and
tvplnclng ilu iii li thoxt mulo of nwtnl
The Asrhms obli eiion tn tho use of
botri ihyclt Uwin but thn crltios havo
Hill given anllleient prominence to Urn
met mat numerous cxpcriniMits nave
Goat nimlc in thl direction during rt
flUlnpor of j oars with very uumtlsmc
lary practical results It Is posslblo
nml oven probnblc that in tho rapid
progress f inventive enterprise means
will be discovered in some futuro tlino
to obvtntn thn oriiUS dldtciilties which
Itnro arisen iu a practical solution of
flit question Ono objection of par
ticular importance to tho puhllo Is that
theruse of metal ties lias hnt n found to
notably incroaso i Jan lug motion
which would crtliso personal discom
fort to psscngors
Ju defense of tlio project fur this
substitution It has been urged that
mctnl is in general use for this purposo
In tjio tropical commies of Ash nud
that If railroads nrccssailly conducted
tqtou cheaper methods can Inlroduco
tiiil Improvement tho custom should
bj promptly adopted by our wealthier
cdrporallon Tlio fact that tlio sub
stitution Is effected in tropical latitudes
may bo in direct proof that some of
tliodinicullos oncounlcioil lu our oil
rtyitp rjrc tho result of Varying condi
tion 4f temperature ami tho
of honlnud cold Hilt
theprimnfy icnson for the custom Is
thai Iho liintnl tin is piescntcd to the
while nut with the classic ad rice to
gnaw that tile after proving that
wood Is powerless to resist the Inroads
of tho feriicious ai illicit of that indcfiti
gnblo creatine
IV C U Department
HHItfct if SMmlifT nt tlio Wnnmia Cliiitlitn
fOsfltrtmni Union at Mallnotmllf
llaAWs flji fiottl UiffujilTriali 1 11111
JUjriibtW AmIi upon llw ntiilit
nfilitsT eoll Ira l ftlM lirnralli
WniOM lire l vfoc whoae Mln la ileaili
- IHJfi
Multitude riilnk beer beennso they
tliink It is good for quenching thirst
for uliurishiuiul nnd for hoallh They
iu u ullorly mtsttikiui Tlio idea Ihat
boer ip nuliitloiis was exploded long
ago by tho best chemist of hii time
laronIulbeg and Intelligent peoplo
ought to he ashamed to talk about tlio
iiouiis1itagqunlilios of beer llccr is
it dingcioiis dunk and I will give tho
testimony of sonic leading physicians
of Toledo gicn iu answer to inquiries
madojiy the Toledo Wade Dr ltur
gess says I think beer kills quicker
than any other Ilqtinr My attention
was lirst called to Iho iiishtuuus effect of
beer di inking years ago when I began
eaniliilng for au iiHiirauco company
I passed lis unusually good lisks live
Seimnns young men who seemed
to bo In tho hcnlof health and to have
suneib constitutions In a few joas t
wns nmasod to see Iho whole livo drop
olT ono afler another with what ought
to havo been mild and easily curable at
tacks of disease I ho lirst organ to lie
attacked is the kidneys the liver soon
s miutluos uitli them unit then
comes nfost frequently dropsy or
ltrlglils disease both of which me cer
tain to und fatally
Tho bsor drinker seoms Inonpablo
o recovering froi the offeifUi of mild
ilisordora nnd iuiurios not usually n
gnrdotl trw of n grave cimmelor Tho
beer drinker is much wiiive nil than tho
whiskey drinker
Jr Thorn wiys Kvciy man who
drinks beer In any quantity soon loads
himsclfjWilh soft unhealthy Hush This
Is bad because it Is tho result of Inter
ference with tho nnttirnl elimination of
deleterious siilntnuces
No man no matter what his consli
liition can go long with his system full
of moibld and dead matter which tho
liver and Kidnoys arc intended to work
off All beer drinkers havo rhcitmnllsm
moro or less and no Iwer drinker oan
iccovcr from rheuinnlisni as longas ho
drinks beer
Vou will nollco how a beer drinker
wnlks about stiflly on his heels with
out any of tho elasticity nnd spring
from tlio toes ami mo uaii oi uiu iuuv
thjit n healthy man should have That
Is because tho beer has tho effect of In
creasing tho lithin deposits chalk
stores they arc sometimes called nbout
Iho smaller Joints which cames articu
lar rheumatism Uoor ill Inkers nro u
sQlntely tho most dangerous class of
subjects a surgeon can opcrato upon
Every surgeon dioads to have nnythlng
tfi do with them Tlioy lo not recover
from tlio simplest hilrls without a groat
fijhl of trouble and daugor
Dr Parmalco sais When ouo ot
jhoso nnparoiitly stalwart beery follows
Is attacked liy tisontur intii wouiu inn
bo regarded as at nil dangerous In an
ilidlnnry person or a person of onli
irirv constitution and habits or oven a
Klolieiilo child or woman he Is liable to
drop oir like an overripe apple Horn a
tree Vou aro never sure of him for a
minute He may not lo dangerously
Iff to day and to morrow ho may bo in
t shroud
f ham i omn to dread to lake charge
ir mu r niekniws In a limn who Is n
and ynilyifllt drinker Jlrighte lis
allors work nti ty wAx uwiri frequent nmoiigpeer
- dHnkfli aMllan nify otliorlnga of peopta
iimvk6oiit paw with thu rapid iuaruiiso
jfdiiurejiiisunieil iu this oountry
bfItfdeuoiir who was Inspector of
tlio Motllcnl DtpMlluontof West Vir
ginia Wiys l havo no doubt that the
rapid spread of that terrible nllmeut
lliights dNenso Is largely duo lo tho
grcjitdovolopunitiit of thu beer think
ing liajt of this country Hcor drink
ers nipipyculituly liable lo dlo of pneu
moiiKi Their vital power their
piVpiof is so lowmcd by
beecllioy are llablo lo drop off from
unyyeuteiliMieRiieiuis fever pneu
minim cte As a rub when a coii
liriiiMl Iwer drinker tnkwi pneumonia
ho tlit II is dililciilt to Hud nny put
of jt lietirdilnkeis iiiichiner Hint J
doflie lt woik as it should This Is
IhurWMil their life colds simp oil like
ghvsft IihIs when diseosu or accidents
gRMtiroiiia littlo blow- Iteur diink
fljgshorttuis life No man who drinks
Ihht lathe physical or mental of one
ntinliis He iliminUhcs his proout
v i i ti i
puweis siiuriens nu mm iei ihih j
lull ly his Indulgonce In it
Dft LVillaniuro says Every physi
cian op surgeon will testify that nllipr
llltujai being iipial the beer soak lias a
muoji mnaller chiiueo of loeovury If
ayeitriken by Illness accident on tho
uccttMlly otsurglrol interference lliau
the one who altstulns
Snub expert Icstimony can be largely
multiplied but certainty this Is enough
very reticent about what Is really mi mr nny one iiioiiy -
bo done bin when questioned nbout Wo must teuh people thu drmklu
the reported chopping off of beads the beer nnd all other nh oh li is
repW was given that there would bo irej harmful nud M ro it no
raDeOine Glerams
exoifroft
Mrs John llcnshaw Ir nn tin stck
Hsl this week
Several of our olttcns ware at Crab
Orchaid last Sntutday
The colored population of this tifwn
gave n big picnic liitSnliitday
ltovs Wytldos aud Suinmnrs elowd
n ton days meeting at Colos chapel
WN Click killed a rattic siMke
with eight rallies last Monday night
Walter Ljclls of this vlcintly is vis
iting relatives in Tennessee nt tlfU
wilting
Tho rltlxons of Mnnnington wo un
derstand will give n big picnic in the
item futuic
Walter Malntosli an Qiiterprislng
groccryinan ot Alannliiglnn uiailo u
business trip to Lumsvillo one day last
week
Nelson Crick Is thn chtmiilon bee
hunter of this Wcinlty Uo found two
wilil hives last week
The male portion of this town had a
bl barbecuo last Thursday uU tho
Chalybeate Sptings
An infill lated cow nUackcd a llltlo
boy of Charles MeJar Iho irther day
and iullicleil seriolis hut not
wounds
I The remains of Million DivN wlio
was killed in thu wreck on the 0 V
load Inst week was In plight home ami
buried in tho old family Imiyliig
ground on last Fiidiy Mai inn was a
good young man with ninny blight
prospects for tlio future Ho was
about tweuty twojenrs old nnd liked by
all who knew him He had been brak
ing only n short lime when he was
killed Marion has set up Ids last
brake and given his last signal in this
wmld -but is up j onder walling to
signal Ids fi lends across the liver of
loath
MORIONS GAP
W A Ilunes was lit Kvnnsillo
Jiio Kuo
lasl
week on business
Kll Dot is smiles all to pieces when
jou mention that new girl
JooCullen and L I Smith wcro iu
Mndisonrillo ono day last week
co M Davis and lady visited in
Madisonville last week
is one amongst us for the
time being
W It Coil made a business dip to
Paducah recently
Miss Sonorah Illikcloy is visiting
friends Iu llopkiusvillc tills week
Couio now Oorto there is no use of
that Dout shoot
It II L Davis and family atteniled
tliuSiindiy School Convention nllirapo
vine Friday
M Cnln and family nro nt Dawsou
this week participating of tho mineral
waters for their health
leo M Davis is loading t bacco at
present which ho will ship to Now
Vorfc
Oil Stnnloy was iu our town Sunday
and accompanied his best gill U
church
The Itev J W Llgon of Kailinglon
was in our town a few hours Satunlay
Mi route liiimn from Central City
Kid J II Puck was wltJi us Satur
day and Sunday and preached for in
Sunday morning ami night
Several of our young peoplo attended
tho protracted meeting at Concord last
Monday night
Ou1 people miticlpato a grand time
Saturday nt tho picnic nt this place
Wo trust wo shall seo you here
Somebodys girls wcro promoiinding
up and down ono of our public streets
barefooted ono night last weok or at
any rate thcro wcio several graceful
foot prints to bo seen next morning In
tho dust
Ill tell jou w lints do fact LI tint
boy Is back liea after ilat Jioss sho He
is standiii in do coner oh do fenco now
Wo will hib to soil ills plnco and leab
hca remarked Uncle Jco Holcmnn
ulio o sou died sometime since
Prof Morrow MUs Hun Hancock
nnd sister Mr Wood Miss Miiiulo
Wliltford nnd sister visited our Sunday
School Sunday morning Trust Ihoy
may como back often and encourage
us iu our woik
ur olored JifiGns
All ootiuniinieatlons iik inaltara of news per
ululne lo tills column thoultl bo J Jreaae1 la
Tou MkiiuiuiutiIi liarlmxun Kr
Hero is tho kind of religion that can
lie found lu Karllngton Kevlval re
ligion stylish icligloii back scat
religion sick iooni
religion Silnday ulglit rollglon
to order religion re
ligion dcnoniiuatiniinl i dlgiuu church-
legs religion uosiii iui religion nutiiis
rofigion practical religion venluiis rV
ligjon progressive religion every day
relfgion chat itnble religion and
loligion This is a religious
mirror Can j ou see j luirself
Kev tuiry preached two theological
sermons last Sunday that wcro food
for reflection No Intelligent person
can fall to enjoy his dolivory and
thought
Miss Edna Anderson who has been
visiting Ulchaul Itrown and wifo re
turned to Henderson Monday
Tho U II F piento was a Micoas be
ing their Ill it attempt Tho parade
was all that wu could evpeet heaibd
by thu Hopkiusviile Uind
Mis Wmldill and lady fiiend of
Madisonville attended the meeting
liure Suudiiy
The bill game played here iivtweun
tho kveoud nines of MailUonvillo aud
this plaeo wns Iho lightest game over
plajcd on the ground The scores
slood 7 for Miidisonville and it for
lvillinglon
Joe Vuulkuur Who has been taking
in tho world nt Evausvllle returned
liomo suvcral days siiicu Homo
sweet houle t
Thu nit show malreallztsl but the
people did- not realln what it la to liol
disappoiiiicii liarrcu ruuirneii
to Hupkiiisfllle on lucount of lllneas
John W Wesou Slate Deputy for
tho Masnule order was iu our city last
J Saturday
Prof Clms Steel State Irani
i Il III fm lnl urnOil IICll III I iZ Jli nniaKi i lil 111 iliu niafuiiiv iiiiviuii filu n
CUSUKen IU lliu viviiwil vvv i i iT I i n il lt I
iTn lv wiuld not saw tT hey an- nail nnu oiny uui mm wu icciuiu u mu iwiiim p - iu
VI v ilimi Iij lliu eniuo nf
iiunt wu conauuiaaM iusciur mm ww
Stmdny night
well M
Tie A M K Xkntdlstrieteonferaites
meets In Hebe to day TMs calls lo
ml ml that Mim ts ftorno pndmMliy of
a oimnge of pastor ami it there snmiHi
lie 11 will 1 iimtrnrj t the wishes of
the members A th Methixlkt church
for in the liMofy of the fhurehtfw pas
tor Irna atitlcniMl liimarlf mort In the
liwiJs ef tho member Ihati Iter W W
l mlet
Iu hnnarof Mrs Win Hall nf Orcen
villc Mm Delia CamplH ll ciilerlnlned
Mr and Mi John ltndf id Mrs J K
Ilnlley and daaghtcr nnd Mns Kelle
brow last week
KerL K llitley who has been
lucttng a levivni at thu Baptist iluireh
for the jwis two wrsak feels that
ho lias aeeonipllshcd mine good Suc
cess lu the eyes of men Is not nlwavs
Success In the eves of Cinl
Mi llrrtlia Maxey raturnnl to Hen
derson Inst Sunday night
What has btvomo of thoso good peo
ple who snfd so much about the eleva
tion and education of our peoplo You
mo lull treating us light
The following program will be ren
dered to night nt the Vending room
Opening address Ico Miller Es
say MNs Pantlce Kaj j Selection
Miss ltosu fiarretl Song Miss Ncal
FaulknurjOratton J II IlwkinsSong
Kmest Hiillcv Coniposltlon C W
fiittil Uieirlwoalhcr Song Icorgia Tfic
iDcclniimtinn James Lirkcr SongSelia
Duulnp Debate W m Killohrow and
T II Mcrritvcatlmr upon thn subject
le8olCd that this Country Would be
Heller off without Whiskey Closing
Addle Mrs llla Meiiiwoathcr No
one should fail to hear this program
and visit tho reading room Come
nil ly
AiV IIai1 Kv Aug 9 911
Ihu llois I scut myself lo wiilo
jou all a few lino I au well and do
ing well and hopo when thco few lines
como to hand they will liml jou tjio
samo Saj cant old Jonnh play lll
Ho Is jnst as tough as whtt loalhcr I
wns in your town Iisl Fiidny and saw
thn boys play hall I tell you they can
play show as joiic born Sij old
lioy I like to scelhcm play ball bill
theres ono thing I cant understand
and Ihat is the awcirlngr I confess
that I see nosunso in that Kcusc my
bad writing and answer soon Your old
friend Pinu IIVLI
The Masonic order of this place and
uolgliboiiiig monilidi s gavo u banquet
iu honor of their iiMiid Master Mon
day night
John Pisli of Ilardslown Ky is a
born mechanic Without any median
icnl training he lias jundu a pistol Ice
and roller skates niid has recently made
a bicyplo out of old scrap Iron nml iv
fused matcilal Fur fiulher tnfoVmaJ
lion seo last Sundays out ier Journal
Do not for
niond ljanct
room
ct lo read tho Uifch
this week at tho reading
Several ladies will leave to morrow
evening for Ncbo to attend the Dis
trict Conference
Mrs Uullo llonderson Is very ill at
this writing
Most rcmaiknblo on record and tho
only wise of its hind Isaac Jenkins
wns Jvnciieii in isamsenioim vo va
charged with selling whiskey unlaw
fully Jenkins wns hanged In tho us
unl way and two shots wore Hred Into
his neck but ho miraoulously dUon
gaged himself and walked 10 miles to
Norfolk and iravo hinisolf up to tho
eors of the law after the lynchers had
quietly retired lo their homes It Is n
lilossed thing lo know wo havo sonio
whlto ftlcnds in Iho time of troublo
What is tho malterivith our banks
Thoro is n sciew looso somo where
Our government mado an olllclal state
ment that there was in circulation
enough lo glvo ovory body fG8ti and
that is far aheail oliiny rmropenn coun
try Now just -think of lt total
amount of all moneys iu circulation H
1003720411
Messrs Jamos and Polk Ferguson
wcro in our city last Monday night at
tending Masoniq lodge Those gentle
men know a good thing when thoy see
It although ono lives iu NottonvUlu
and thu othor iu Thoy sub
sciihcd furliiKllKU
Worlds Fair IlillantliropUU
Messrs Uoddio Uros wealthy Chi
cago guntlcmaii having tho interost of
their city nt houit am desiring to ills
provo tho falsity of tho stalemeait that
only in boarding houses onn bo found
modoralo priced nceommodiUbhs dur
ing the Wot Ids Fair rouiodoled and
furnished at gloat ipotisenpoof their
famous absolutely lie proof business
Htruotmvs located corner of Franklin
nud Jackson stro ts within short walk
ing distance of Iho Union Depots llte
atres Post Olllcd Hoard of Irado
Steam Elevated- Oublo Kouls and
SleamlHiats to the Worlds Fair fur
nished newly throughout Cuff rooms
supoib pulorvleValiiwcletlile light
chaiist funs tnkrcp cool ciitira build
lug named l properly
TIIU llllt VT VlrKUN
ami hivltii the liuhnolo take IJjelrohWce
of rofliiWtuTlOO per dnjf children A
to 12 Ilftjcunta Klogitnl lostnunint
and dining rooms whore llun moels nro
served nt fifty cents or n la carte at
very modernte pi ices
Thero would be less heard or known
of cAtnitloit nml imposition connected
with thu Wm Ids Fair were theio nunc
public spirited fair uiIiiiIihI men lu
Chicago as are the owners and propri
etors of v
TriifviituvT vritsriiikN iiinEt
Our iiKiders edjjliiM wiite as ouly ns
posalblo to wuu roeihs for they be
ing taken up rapidly St Paul Hilly
News
A tWIII COMPANION
Takes the vLitur in hand at Ihcgitenf
the Worlds Fair and letds lilmuloiifrj
from onu object of lutein to anothi i
fnllinjr pailieutai attention lu those if
niiwt jtronilHviwv nuiking viO l I
one of pleasure hiiiI pjiijfrMe Hli ndl
t 1 I U lit 1 1 1 1111 Ill III
lllllllllll unirr mi
friitlcarWi for miu hihit a mile
or muse away but always airliin nt
a lunch stniid orwifio novel displiy at
the right time
It gives plans of routes for eaeli day
qt tho ylallors stay from one da to a
week nud lie can select lluwe which
plonsir his fancy whether lie Is an agri
culturist mevhqfijtrnr atlldeut siud
WIlUll 110 l eilCllliJ lUPIUU nil is nny
biimewaid ho can look kick and
Thorn mn be something l linyfifjlht
Ruon but I am fully hattsliml Iu thu TJQlO
I have devoti d to this purpose that l
hnvoseeu f 1 1 turns as miii h as I
would had int hvl hn Companion I
ns in gnllc
ThU book has iu fnr pig s illus
tralcil vith line iiaUloutcu Tiuugiof
Uirorcut iimimgs nn i ra
Irof Steel h n gohM
nUd la cretl ll Hiwuiii iwuiBiHwrvr
iUil
tare the wholo Fair for tho reader
Price flO Cents For salo by Agents
of the St Louis Southwestern Hallway
Company
K W LAllEAUMK
Ion lnssr nnd Ticket Agent
ST LOUIS MO
S O WAKNFlt
tOKcral Passenger Agent
TYLEK TEX
OVERWHELMING FACTS
Tim fnrniirclvAliln Irotilem of the Exljt
rnco of a Central Sun
The volume occupied by this stupen
dous globe of ours which includes
within it nil posslblo visible material
must be but n speck when compared
With the space which contnlns It Tliink
of tho wnter in tho Atlnntlc ocean and
think of the wnter in n single drop As
the drop is to tho Atlantic ocean so Is
the sphere which wo have been try
ing to conceive in tho bound
less extent of snaco As far as wo
know it would seem that there could bo
quite ns many of such spheres in space
ns there arc drops of wnter In tho At
lnnttc ocean And in nil probability
those other spheres throughout space
nro tenanted by stars systems nnd
galaxies just ns grand in themselves
just ns imposing in their collocations
and just ns overwhelming In their
myriads as nro those which llo within
Hint one particular sphere of which
ulono we know anything with certainty
Provided with tills description we see
nt once that tho doctrlno of a visible
oentrnl sun is an absurdity As to
whether there maybe Rome central sun
Komewhero or other I can express no
opinion wive that I do not see any rea
min whatever to think that such a body
Mioubl exist Hut wo may feel
practically certain according to
nil rational grounds of probability
that even if thero were a central
sun in the universe it would not lie
within our ken Suppose that In the
wide extent of tlio Atlantic ocean there
was ono Individual diatom of a specially
Interesting oharactcrj I do not mean
one species with its myriad Individuals
but one Military specimen of a particu
lar microscopic organism which hap
pened to llourish somewhere or other In
the north or south Atlantic ocean at
some depth or other from tho surface
Nipposc that absolutely nothing fur
ther was known as to tho whereabouts
of this Individual object it might for
anything wo cmld tell llo beneath a
mighty lee floo in the arctic regions it
might bo miles deep in tho Caribbean
sea il might bo basking on the surface
in the cquatorlnt regions it might bo
toshod iu tho surf on the shores of St
Helena it might bo floating at tho
mouth of tho Amazon it might be oft
tlio Cape of Good Hope or amid tho an
arctlc icebergs
Would anj reasonable man who dft
sired to obtain that unique nnd extra
ordinary specimen for his collection
iiingine that if ho went down to tho
coast of Cornwall nnd lifted a single
ilrop from tho Atlantic ho would havo
such inconceivably good fortuno as to
Hud in it this rare diatom of which but
h single individual existed throughout
tho millions of cubic wiles of water
which compose that mighty ocean Of
couire the mere statement of such a
civkc Is hulllcicnt to show its absurdity
Hut tho Improbability that the ardent
naturalist would secure tho prize In tho
wny I havo dcscrllied Is not one whit
grotitor than tho Improbability that
even If there wcro a central sun It
should lio within tho domain of our
riTtttiny Sir Robert Itall in Fort-
nihility llevlcw
AMERICAN LEVITY
Wo Aro Ton Much lltrn to leedlngr Upon
I nURlintilo Thins
Singularly enough it appears that
Poe the only absolute distinct genius
our country lias j ct produced wns in
eaiHtblu of humor nnd that even his
levity wa artificial Hawthorne next
to Poo iu originality and far above him
In style was but mcagcrly equipped
with hinilu provoklng material llryant
our greatest poet maintained n lofty
beriousness throughout his work
It may Imj sacrilege to say so but tho
truth is Lowell wns tho founder of our
levltj1 ho never could bo quite a reli
ably serious thinker but would at tho
most unexpected moment break off Into
fun making
Humor Is good in n fresh and natural
otato but so is n peach cut and dry
cither and you have a poor article for a
refill ir diet Vio Americans have fed
upon laughable things until our faces
show tlie wrinkles of a grin even when
lp soliimnuht repose Wo nro never
mi iv of one another but must wait
awhile nftor each communication to
find out whether or not It Is a joke
Tlio effect of htirhcbt sincerity can not
bo reached in tho midst of nil this hurly-burly
of chatting voices How can
one bo serious while overybody else Is
grimacing Chautauquan
Up In lliwleui
Dudely Cancsuckcr I met your
charming daughter at a masquerade
ball somo months ago and I have been
hunting for her ever since At last I
have found out wlicro sho lives I lovo
her lHstter than life itself Without her
lifo has no charm for me Can I see
her
Mrs Mulligan Now to day Is wash
day Texas Sifting
ivTovnnACKAonKS
Or yon aro sit worn out reillr goodfor no-
inir It ta trcnerai debUitT Try
nifotrti moN niktxAs
t will euro you cleanse yonr ttver na give
a guod appetite
Hotel
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rrylltwir American
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