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SOUTH KENTUGKI AN. 

0. M. MIAOHAM. W. A. WILQM 

IMUBO CVCBV TVesUAY MOBNIHO BY 

MEACHAM& WILGUS. 

funhnaaiu Ant raopMtMXOMM, 



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SUBSOBIPTION R&TEI 

oiH' roju ..niuycar,ittrlclt]r cub In ail' 

vunru 

OUMpyitlx nonllw 

No •ubHrlptloni Mkta oa llmt and all 
p«|Mn tlapixnl wlion out, 

Jao oopY PRKX to any one tonillng un llro 
y^rly eaah/ ul)«i;i-|lH'r«. 



•LrVEBI FEED AND 




'SALE STABLE* 

Spring St., bet. Main and VirKini*, 
H0PRIN8VILLV, RY.. 

T. U SMITH, Proprietor- 

lluiirl« , ■■•I'ki, DHrigr and taddle 
llnnri alwlyl rru'lv, ( arctiil .Irhfrl tiir- 
nUlixl when itMlriil. Iluraci  n l inulo 
bpagtit aad Mid. CoacI) lo meaiall tralna. 
UaaltUi 



- BUSmSS CARDS. ^ 

J. T. DtMLDSOir^ 
ART PAPER HANGER 

Am IHWIIIIOTI nF - lllAT )n, 

IIOI'KINSVILLE, - - - - KY., 

wi.iii.K In mraalfallr oltr hltMrriut and 
kktun YaiaaUOMrran Pbaotioi la Ihn 
Wi,ii^«i,.r bMMan. »•»»• alUaaaa. nf ihi; 
|.iiir« •».! tlnlalw. Cfcarfa w m aa l ila and 
•iiii.fii.'ii..i la NtaM M vorkBUakip lull) 
cnaraiiUH^I. 

N. n. I am ihr onir ixirann in anuthrra 
Kaaluct; dial t.illowi lh  bnalnn* enoliiilvr- 
1/ aad kaaiM U|i wlik all Iba lalaal aUlu and 
Mtaa la adtaaaa e( aack iiaiia. 



«■ r WiNi'aaa. WAiraa KanT. 

WINFREE & KELLY, 

Fin & Lift !]u»&&MlEiUi(A^'ti. 

Itaainant MtTWtad to at will rc- 
wir* prompt anH earefnl attention. 
IJaaa4a.| 



R. W. HENRY. 

BOPEINSVILLE, EY. 

Urtaal-Hi 

"^W;P. WINFREE, 
ATTORNBYatLAW 

HOPKINHVIU.E. KY. 



win lirarllr- 111 c 
and adfolnlDjc * "iititn 



Iflirc 10   .lUMll'JllMI. 



C. E BUSH, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

norKINSVILI.K. KY. 

OIBrv wHh (1. A. c h»m|illn. WobiT lllitrk 
Will I'rarllrc In 1 lirl.lUn ami A'l|i fnln| 
tounllo«. I 'll.l.KClI'lNS A sl'K.t lAl.TV. 



DR.W. MFUQUA, 

Office in ' Brown Boilding, 
H0PKIN8VILLE, XT. 



iriaa i-'a 



Andrew Seargent, M. D.. 

MAIN STREET, 

^^lit* Soppv'i Sng Store. 



ARTIFICIAL TEETH 

Iimeiicd in Fifteen minntea afler nat 
aral ones are extraota4i by 

OrfiNTlST. 

MbIb St.t over 0. A. Tliomimon't 
hardware atoro, 
IIOI'KINSVILLK, KV. 



pampbeU & MeiSl6y 
DaSMTZSTS, 

BEARD BUILDINa 

Mva Bt. Hopkiniville ^y. 
das-i'O'Ur - - t 



The South Kentuckian. 



VOLUME y. 



HOPKINSyiLLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OOTOBEB 80, 1888. 



NUMBEB 44. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 



piaocaaTiu couNTr cumiiTTar. 
 !. A. Cluimjilln, (.'h'nl., Ilupklniivlllc. 
lliai. U. Mrashftnl, Svc'ty.. " 
n. II. Iliwkner, " 
II H. Ilrotrn. " 
R. W. Walknr, " 
Vf. fl. ItronnUtftl. I'crnltmkc. 
.1. M. I"l-niil, Iliihilirl'Igc. 
■frm. M. Dulln, rmrtnn. 
Ilunrarter. I'udev. 
Jnn, i;, WhltloRk, NawtUad. 
AuUa r«*r. oa nnte bar g . 

oiBoon Wobt. 

John R.ur*m judjia,Utdii.H7.. B. T. Ua- 
dorwood Clark, llopklMrffla, Ky. Court 
aiacla dral llaadar u Marak aad Saptaalitr. 
nOABD or CITT UOUHCIUIBK. 

Joimr l.ATn«a,Chalrmaa. 

K P.I AiiraiLv 

K. r,. nnovKII.I.  

i  II liatRO, 

II r. klaCAiir, 

M. i.iriTtn. 

Wm KI.1.11. 
Mcfla lit TnmiUr In nach mnnlh and anb)i pl 
lotkecallalUiaOkalrinan Mrotin( hold In 
elt7aoniirooo# 

qOABTdRLY COURT. 

In^anMuMl aainlmkar.'tiaMiibiirr 

COUWTV COURT. 
W. 1'. WInfrM .luiliii", K.  i. Si'lirK!, AlUJr- 
nay. MwU llrtt Moinlay Id orcry month. 

riTT ciU'iiT. 
Joahnra.hfr, JudK«: .1. W. Dotrnrr At- 
lanta^; r. W. Ulfiantat, Ckw( ot PoUlaa. 

ooniTr otnoBa. 

Joha W. BraaUilU. Ulaik; C. M. Brown. 
Iherirs A. B Loua. Jallar. 



Ugkijlajl MdKda; 



GHIJRCH DIRECTORY. 



HAmt^-8a«tk Main i lr«», n«». T. O. 
KiH-n. paalor. aarrlora «r*ry Hablialh moni- 
lairaaAataMac, Baadar achool ayary Rab. 
baUiaamlaf. r arar ,aMtU«( Wa4»a»]ay 
nifkl. BaaAaaa aiaaUaf IrtI Weuaaday 
Bl(ht la eaek mentb. 

(•ll«l«tu»-N«»h»lllo Rlroal, Eld. E L. 
I'ooi'll. |ia ior. Nrrvlu a uxrr Sabbath nioni- 
Inx and i ii nlnit. Huuday arnool e»iTT ""»• 
.lay m.inilnt. f'fayernnwllnf amry Wfl.lnii«- 
lUy i-vi'itiii|(. 

M. K. MI TII -Sm-liMlli Htrifl. Ki v K. W. 
|l..ll..inl;, ii'-i'T- ^.r l"- ^.il'lialli 
niornniK an ) t \ i-ii inif- f"n"iliii ». IkwiI » vrr  
Runday inurnlna. l'ra «r uu-iUntt f\*:rv 
Wadoaaday eieaiiiv. 

naiiT p«i»«TTrai»K— Rii.1.1 111 iiio firwi 
|[i.». II. II. 1 ..uiu r. (laitor. Karrlcoa a»iTy 
!»lil.iill  m.irnlniLan'l ' "»lD|. aaadartckntd 

I'x IV Sun i ) tMn'nt rraytrawcttaa aw- 
ry \Vi dnL-. lay uiunluK. 

(iKiik t;ri«orAi.-Ili!-. i. W. Vanabia 
Itr.'ii r. Kcrvic.a in Ouri-houaa ararir Rna- 
da) inornlog. 

HurrnnM PaaaaTTui »»-Na.htilla Straat. 

II1.V. J. ( . Tnt  . I'Oiit.tr. ^l'^vkia lai and SnI 

.SiiM.nlli iiii^ I |.v  ning. Sundav tctlMd 

rt« 1 1  uii lii  iiiiTiiitit;. rrai«r mectlngvv.- 
rjr Wadn.xlay evening. 

CATaouo-Kaakallla ■Me«l..%tT. FMkw 
Raraa, Priaab Sarrlea* aTarjr Bakkalk ■•(*• 

iMaUta'aloak. 



BZNSVOLEITT SOCIETIES. 

IIOrBINHVILLK LoixiK. Nfl. 27. A. V. A A. M. 
-Joo Hr(.«rn ll. W. H.; A. fl- 1 l«rk, SccrcU- 
ry iMtf mecto al MawnUi lUII, cornrr 
 laln anilHurhii lUrroU, .:nt Monday uijlit 
in each innjtti . 

OKitMAi. ( iiAfTiiK .No. I«-siat»Uonrofa- 
iloaa aad lioudajr alfbtot aack •oatli at Ha- 
aoato. Hall. Uaa». E. M. raffSirk. UIgh 
frMl; C. II. DIaulah.MaeraUrr. 

Mooaa CoRxaNRRaT No. «, K. T-ltaxular 
conclaratui Monday la aaah moaHiat Mawa- 
In Hall, air B. W. Rtoaa, B. C.i ttlr Nat 

tftiltlii-r. lUi^nler. 

MiiAroN ( oi jii ll. No. «, fnosRN rulisin— 
M. I.luallnr, K .t-; II. W. Ilarrlaiiu, ttocrvlary. 
Noru InK.otl*. Hall, lad tad 4tb Moadtjr 
niRkia laaackamlk. 

RTiaoRiRX I.OMt, KO. Ms K. of I'.-Chaa. 
W. Ducbar, I'hauosllor Oanutanilvr; II. v\. 
ll.nry, Kaaaar ol Haconia an l Hval. .Mit u 
InCaatlaHallfadaadtlk Tbutaday alRlit in 
aaakawalb. BwlowRMat nuk, am Moadaji 
ataalatitaachaHMiib. A. U,Msdtara,rraa,; 
L. B. Uarla, Haa. and Troat, 

OiiRiaTUS 1.0IHIC, No. tN, K. ot H.— M 
I.l|i.tlttt', IHi'Mt.ir; \V. K. Uaudlo. Hocnrdor. 
Mifia lu K. nl I'. Hall, ItvanI buiMinii, ind 
and 3rd Tui-Mla\ iilgliU luvath lunnth. 

llurai)iBni.ut Covxcil, No, Ui Hotal 
ARCANi a-J. I. Laadna, Bagcnt: Uao. C. 
iMni. NonraUrr. Haautad aad dlkTbata- 
dayuiilbia la K.otI*. Hall. 

liKiaH Rivia I.0IH1II. Nn. Si, I. i . O. r— 
Ji.liii \ount. Noblo Uraud; W. K 
bnrroiary. Mattaatarr IPrtdav nlxht In K. 
1-. Hall. Har»iMaRM«aBCKo.M, I. U, u. 
K.-ll. M, Aa a t W IRi ft r.l W. r. Btndle, 
ikivrutary. 



ooos (ft Hzoa. 

PREMIUM LAGER BEER 

CITY BREWERY. 



nt. Noblo Uraud; W. F. Kandia, 
Mattaatarr rrtdav nliht In K. ot 
Ian 

ANClUr OtDRR URITRD WORIMIN-n. Vi. 

naldwia. M. W.i J. W. Croaa, K. M.H. Siid 
and 4tb Tueadtya In uac!) raouUi, at K.oir. 
lUII, 

KxioRTi Ol* Trr Uui.D(n CRoaa— J. w. i. 
8aiitk.« C.i W. B. CkeaiMi, l*. K, o( U. 
HaJa Iti taaM frHlIt UwK MMUk la K. 

otr.Hatl. 

tol.oUKP I.OIIGES. 
FRtEPUH IxlllUK, Sa. n, V. 11.— Uottl 111 

and lidTuoailay nlihu In ludl'i Ilall. K. W. 
Ulaaa, W, M; 1., 8. lluckner, Secretary. 

MriAtoRA TBiirLB, Mo. M, 8. QF F.- 
Mmu iMttad M jnNtdtnlaaatk aMnib. 
A uguataSgaMBa ir r.l XUMUMkf .Itenta - 

HoriiRaraiR Lodoi, No, leeo, a. V. O. 
or 0. r.-HaaU lad aad itt Moodar nlgbta 
atBaU'iBtlL Ckarlaa l^lchtfoot, M. U.; H. 
N. Uadar,U.I. 

iiorKiRinua ^ 
M.. 19 lit Md tid 

M.,ii. KBtll, ~ 
Ian. 



The 3-Cent Stamp. 

ii . Hl liyi., bill Kiainp, it', naaty luck 

TImi endaoarMaodaklpio. ' 
Wlii'n idhrn tailed, yoa gamaly ainek, 

llul iiowynii'vc tritt Inifii. 
Hii luTi-'mi HiiiiiI iitli.iii' .i ii-un., 

And here', uu Imnuitl mglu.^ 
Ooodbya,oU Maadof laany juan 

Ooad-lqr, oM Haiap, |ood-byl 

Yoar Ufa kta batt a raricd nnp, 

Wltk oortooa pfcraaca rraiiglit— 
BoaMUaMaaebaar.aometlmea a dun, 

Yon dally aonUng bronghl; 
Bmllca to a waiting lorer'a ftea, 

Tear, lo a mntlli'r'n eye. 
Or Joy or pain lu eyery plarr— 

(jiood-liy, olil Hlainp, ^ou4l-byt 

Yiiii liravi'l) luHiMl. and iH'tlermen 

Will vuuub fur what i any: 
A Itboiigh you have baan Uekad, 'twaa than 

Vour fa«i turned t'othar way. 
*Two often In a Imix fcot 

(A. yuu will not iU.|iy)— 
Fur goilif; thruutili lln- inalk I wot— 

(iooiMiv, iilil dtnnip, (CooiMiy! 

Ab. Ill yiiiir hnit ekplriiiK lircntli 

The tale of yt-an* 1. heard— 
The auuiiil of voleen huitlled in datth 

A uoHiar'a dying word, 
A aialdaa'a aattrar, aon aaHiwatt, 

A wUa'i ittraUnl algk, 
Tka paltar ol a baby'a latt- 

Uood'by.old ataiap, faod-byl 

What wonder, llion, thai al HiIh lime 

When yiiu ami I miiat purl, 
I "liould anpirv tu njieak In rliynio 

The promptiugaof my haart, 
(In, blda with all ihnae mam'riea dear 

That live when nthera dio— * 
^ iin'vi' III. Illy MTvi'il your piirtKMe here — 

l..»i.l.l,y. old ■.tninp,"K'""l-'iy; 

'■Ik it iioi-itililf tliut Mr. tiodl'rey N 
up and at work, and cured by *o tiui- 
plu n iciiK'dy ?" 

• I assiiii. yoil It i«(nic llial lip U 
I'liliirly cured, and willi noiliiii({ but 
llii]! llillci ; uiiil only leu days ii^'o 
iIih Ioi s /;nv ' liiiii up niiil Miid lie 
inii.it die I" 

••H i ll-:i-day : Tlmrs ivniaikablc ! 
I will i.'d lliis day iind (jcl soinp for 
my |x or Geoi]|B— I Icuow liopt arc 
good." . 



X«. L.r. B. 8, 
' lU tkBell'a 
 mi.lUII«tl. Sacra 



i:iIl »Hll.ANB I'RUIYTIiBIAS- Nonllvllli^ 

Hioel, In the doutharu Hrsabyterian chunh 
hafc.oa lad aad Ith Sudtya. BaT. A. c. 
BIdd ia, PMlor. 

POST OfnOB. 



Brldia Btreet, Juo. B. Oowen, r, M 
kpunnomTa.ii.itaar. ii.,aBd 



onico 

, , , Uia oBliio iB 

alao open for a abort tluio ahar iba arrtval of 
tba atanlng roalla, at • r, a. buadav often 
Iromliodr. M. 



KVANSVll.l.l, 
NO. Ill, upper Sevcntb SI. 

itmo-tt: 



flDIAXA. 



CITY BARBER SHOP 
SAM HAWKINS &C0, 

OTBB Bvmm'l BBDO ITORB 

UOPKINBYIIXR. KT. 
BtapaoUttllylBTiM Ibt pnbUo to tkeir 

Tonsorlal Parlor, 

dromlilng to do SHAVING , II AlU CUTTIMU, 
BHAMFUoniu Ba., la tba moil taMlltat 
i yla. 



J. M. HIPKINS, 

Idvery Feed and Sale Stable 

DrldgaSt., HOI'KINSVII.LK, KV. 

I.arnc lirlok llaWe neiiv rnnnlnft water 
Ilor«e« hoarded by the day, week ormonlb 
Hai ku to the train run day and nlcbt. Toam.t 
with ilrlvcia nt all tlinea. 



wmNl, 
Street 



Nor 
Main 



Holland's Opera Potue 

Main Stiaaa, adlolalac Fhoaalx Hotel. It 
H IIOllMd^roprltltorFl. D. Bodgera, Han. 
ajTor. 



jan.-i-'M-ly. 



QIVEMAWAY 

2immarmM Fiw OryM* 



OryM* 

AMnaa . 



DrBULL'S 



mm 



SYRUP 



I'or the Cure of Coiwhs, Coldi, 
Hoaneness, Bronchiti8,0roap, Influ- 
enzn. Asthma, Whooping Cough, In- 
cipient Consumption and for the re- 
liefof consumptive persons in advan- 
ced stages of the Disease. ForSale 
by all Druggiits.— Price, 25 Cents, 



Wbom Shall W* NomlMt*. 

On the 4th of March, 1885, the Be- 
publican party will Imvu been tn 
power twouty-fiiiir rnnwruiivo years. 
No otiicr polilii ;il (ir;;;uii/uli(iii ever 
enjoyed iiiiljiiikcn |in ^i ^^ion of llio 

^'lilU'l-llllielll Ml liill;;. 'I'ln' DcllKl- 

i ralii- t' liiiic, wliii li, lic;;iiiiiiii { ill 
ISi'.i, I'lideil in IStil, was iutfri-upted 
by llip i li'ciioii (irirarrii.011, in ISIO, 
iin.l ill' 'l ai liir, ill Isls. Tlic fcfliiiir, 
lliri l lul c. Ilial tbi'tinii' liai I'iinie fur 
an iivi i haiiliii;.' iif llii' ai roniits, lo 
« liii li a 1 Iran;,"' iif I'ai lii's is iiidin- 
pi'ii^alili', i.. a- natural a- it i  ^'I'lirr- 
hI. and niili'^s smni' iiiil'uir-i-cn dii.aii- 
tcr bi'fall llu' Di'iiioi iatii' parly bi'- 
twoiMi litis nud tlic^Prcsidontial clco- 
iiiiii, till- next Pretident 17111 bo a 
Democrat. 

A priae so great and a prospect so 
promising raises up on tlie one liaiid 
the very gravest rcsponsibilllios, and 
on the other hand the very gi-catest 
dangers. Those who, large or small, 
shall have In any wise the shaping 
u/the event cannot bo too careful 
how they act or wbBt Unjriajr. In 
particular should Demoentta Knard 
themtelves agalnttliot peraoBBi ref- 
oronces. AUOng the dangen; that 
of nonfllctlnit aspirations is by no 
moans tlie least to bo. anticipated and 
fimred. PononBlijift is a mutter of 
little luoiiiont who ji nominated for 
Pi-caldent so ho be capable, reliable 
and linnesl. At this moment tlireo 
|)u.isibli' nominees arc more (toiispiou 
oils. Tiu'v are Mi DouaUl, Cleveland, 
and lloudley. Any one of these 
would make a good I'rosideut. Our 
own eiioico U HoDo^lId, tit this, 
eason : 

First. Ilial lie i  an Inmost man. 
Seennd, that Uo is an able man. 
Thirst that he la an experienced 
man. 

Fourth, that he is an availablo man 
Fifth, that his servloes to tlie coiin- 
ry and the party give biiu a claim 
to the i-cspect and gratitude  rfbotb. 

At the proper time and with prop- 
r disposition we shall give eiam- 
|)le9 and reasons fbr prdltoence, 
drawn from the IMtBad ;(i(MrBeter of 
our excellent 01d'i|ij||«Nige, a man 
who has comroend^Shlmaeir by his 
good works to the lore of the people, 
and by hit greet wladom to the confi- 
dence of the btirineea community ; a 
man wiUi Ijig brain and a biir 
heart and a calm temper; a Just a 
trained and a fl-iendly man. But 
whIUl preferring McDonald, or rath- 
er believing him to be the strongest 
and safest candidate the party can 
put in (lie lii'lil under all the circum- 
stances, M l' sliall have nothing to say 
aiiisl iillier DemoiTatii' aspirants. 
Till' issni' is too iniinionlous to bo 
IVibliled away over individual likes 
and dislikes. As for ourselves, wo 
an truly sav we carry with us into 
lliis discussion no private fccliug.aud 
still less no private inlcii'sl. Per- 
sonally, any one of a dozi n eminent 
Deinoerals wmild Niiit us. 11" lliere 
is a single jiossible uoiniiieo who 
would not, we tail to reoBll hit name. 

We hope that Democrats every- 
where will roii--iiln- till' iini'stion in a 
fair and kindly spirit, seeking us wo 
ebull, not only tho best man to win 
with, but the bostman to take the 
helm of Bute after we have won,— 
Courier-Journal. 



QPIUMHAl'itS 
HUM!! 



WANTED $100. 



Per 

3Iia tl 



TheMoequlto at Close QuarterSi 



I Koroni iHtil Slremn.] 

llmv iiiliKT fiii K.— Kxposp your 
self day uiul ni;;lil, eat too much 
without exeiiise, work two haill 
without lest, doctor all the time, take 
all the vile iiostiuins advertised, and 
then you will want to know. 

How TO.GKT 'Wbll.— Whi()h is an 
swcrod In tl 



SelaaUBc Aaerlaan. 
Commander Henry' Ohwa, U. S. 
navy, was for tome time stationed at 
Sitka, Alaska, with the United States 
sliip Jamestown, and aftei-ward visi- 
ted every part of the coast In com- 
mand of the Wachutett, was in ^n- 
Francisco lately, where he was inter- 
viewed with regard to the produc- 
tions and possibilities of our great 
northern territory. 

The fisberiea of Alaska h# thought 
were valuable, and destined to play 
ail iiniiortantpart in the commerce 
and induttriet of die Pacifip coast. 
Salmon of flue quality are fbund in 
great abundance In every creek and 
river of tlie territory. It is pi-obable 
that several canneries will be in op- 
eration this year. The waters in 
places arc tcciiiinj; with halibut of 
the linest quality, ami already the 
herring tisliery has become of great 
value, works liuvliij; been estab- 
lished during the past year fur the 
inannlai'tnn' of herring oil. (ireat 
mimlici-^ 111' whale- l'rei)iieiit the in- 
ner cliaiiiii'ls and liavs, and arrange- 
iiiiMs an- now hein/ made to pl■o^c- 
enle » haling extensively. This can 
easily he dune, and at less expeiise 
than in the iipiai seas, as small and 
iiH'xpensii e vessels can be used 011 
the calm lia\ - and i liaiiiieU ot'Smlth- 
easlrrn .\la-ka. Tu the iiintliwanl 
ami westward of Sitka are lianUs ot' 
nisiderable extent, where very line 
idlish arc found iu greul ubuudance. 
The vast timber products of Alas- 
ka promise to be of gi-eut value in 
the near future. On all the islands 
and the iiiainland of southern Alas- 
ka are heavv lurests of fir, spruce, al- 
der and cedar. Up to the present 
time but very little timber has been 
cut in Alaska — ooly that needed for 
tlie contaiBiitiou of the territory. 
But, with the inroads now being 
made on . the tirnKsr of California, 
Oregon and Washington territory) 
Aiaaka mnat toon become b lonroe of 
supply, and from the accesalbility of 
the timber along the extensive shore 
line it can be exported very cheaply. 
On many of tlie islanda are faund 
large  |tiaiititles of hard yellow cedar, 
superior to any found elsewhere on 
this coast The wood is quite hard 
easily worked, takes a high polish, is 
(jiiitearomatie^andissaldto possess 
the power of resisting the attacks of 
the loieili), which, if true, would 
make it valualile in ship building. 
(Joinmander (i lass was told when in 
I'oinniuiff in Alaska, tfiat the tiin- 
berrjofa Itiissian vcs.-cl constnicled 
of this w ood, alter lieiiig siiiiic forty 
years under water, were I'onnd per- 
fectly Round, and that llu y hail not 
been touched by the torcdu. 

Of the mining prosiiects of Alaska. 
Coinmandei^ilass was quite hopeful. 
The placer mines, of the Ilarris dis- 
trict are already valuable. During 
"lliSa over  !200,000 in gold dust were 
sent away, only the crudest machin- 
ery being U!cd by the miners. Quartz 
mining is equally promising in the 
same district, several extentlvo 
ledgct having been discov^jKd and 
traced one or two mifei,and Uthough 
only turflice work has been flone in 

pra^MtiMi « gn4^^0f fl  « 
quart! hat beenihown. The want 
of laws and courts ^if#n41gte dis- 
puted cUtimi haa jpPiPHwPan ex- 
tensive work being done up to the 
present time. With the orguui/a- 
tionof the' territory, capital would 
bo attracted there and mlnea t f val- 
ue be developed. Coal has been re- 
iwrtctl in several portions of tlic ter- 
ritory, but as yet nothing of value 
has been discovered. (Jopjior is re- 
ported ill cuiisiileialile i|iiantiticS, 
about the Copper river, lo the west 
warti of Mount St. Kllas. 

At present nothing of importance 
it done in agalculture, only a few 
small gaiilens being planled aliout 
the priiicii'a! -I'dlcmenN to supply 
vegetables. The biiminer is loo short 
for any of our cereal crops, lint pota- 
toes Of very fine quality could bo 
grown in Alatka, and in all the val- 
leyi fine grattea grow luxuriantly, 
and portions of Alaska w ill hei-eafter 
be valuable for grazing purposes. 

.Southeast Alaska iii'oduce.H furs of 
tine value, and ipiite a large trade is 
carried on. Land and sea otter, lynx, 
several varieties of fox— the most 
valuable being the silver i;ray I'ov— 
bear and deer skins ait! exported in 
considerable iiuantities. 

Contrary to popular opinion. Com- 
mander Glass regards southern Alas- 
ka, as an e^oecdingly healthy conn- 
try with it t^iOBl* t.A Bt all terero. 
The lowest temperature that he saw 
recorded in Alaska during the two 
winters he was there was four de- 
grees below zero (Fahrenheit) This 
was only on one day of January, of 
1882, in latitiido 69 degrees north. 
The highest temprntui-e rccoi-dcd on 
board ship during the summer was 
80 degrees, this was at Sitka, about 
the middle of August. 'I'he mean 
temperature for December, January 
and February, as fbund by hourly 
observations taken on 'board the 
Jamestown, was about 8S degrees 
(Fahrenheit). A great deal of rain 
and snow fkll iu southeastern Alaska, 
and there are few perfectly clear 
days during the year in what is 
known as southeast Alaska, say 
from Mount St. Eliat to the southern 
boundary at Portland canal. The 
limate of western and norllieru 
Alaska differs very greatly, and a 
(.very low mean temperature is oxpe- 
riencetl iu (lu^Itiltlpn of the territo- 
largely diie to 



or Ivuro Siwo, a iiortion of which is 
deflected by the Aleutian Islands, 
and impinges on the cosst in about 
tlic latitude ol'SilLa. 



Consumption Cured. 

An old iihysiclaii. rctircl from 
practi' having had phu ed in his 
hands by an Kast India iiii-slonsary 
the forimila of a simple vegetable 
reiiieily i'or the spei'ily anil periiia- 
iieiit cine of (.'onsuniption, Bronchit- 
is, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat 
and Lung afl'cctions, also a positive 
and radical cure for Nen'ous Debili- 
ty and all Nervous Coniiilainst, after 
having tested its wonderful lairative 
IMiwcrs ill thousands of cases, lias 
felt it his duty to make it known to 
his Kufl'ering fellows. Actnatcd by 
this motive and a desire to relieve 
human stitl'ering, T will send' of 
cliaige, to all who desire it, this re- 
ceipt, in (ierman. French or English, 
with full directirns for preparing 
and using. Sent by mail by addres- 
sing with stamp, naming this paper, 
W. A. XoTKs, 149 Power's Block, Bo- 
ehctter, N. T. - 



The ol(i^.,iin|;i|,|| 1^ a I'eeeiit iiiveii- 
lioii by w hich speech is aiiloniatical- 
ly ri'iH oiliiced as sonii as it is uttered. 
.\ -iiiall i:pparalns is placed in the 
iiiiinlh of the speaker— in contact 
with the roof of his mouth, bis 
tiiiigiic and lips— and on being con- 
iiectod with an electro-magnetic reg- 
istering apparatus, the sounds are 
committed to paper. It is con- 
tructod iu such a manner as not to 
cause any inconvenience to the speak- 
er ; neither is it neoeatary that the 
voice should be raited, at it reprodu- 
ces Bwbitperat exactly Bt a thont; 
the only oonditkm it a dltUnot and 
correct artioulation. Aeoording to 
theinventor'ecalonlation, it will be 
possible to write fbur or fire times 
at £ut by meant of the glotsogrnph 
as has hitherto been poitible even by 
the quickest writer. An obstacle, 
however, iuiervenes because it will 
be difilcult to deciplier the charac- 
ters, fls it will spell phonetically, but 
llloPall Mall Cazelte suggests that 
this can be obviated by a second au- 
tomatic apparatus. 



The Chicago Ilei-ald's editorial and 
reportorial force consists of In enly- 
five persons; the Inter-Ocean has 
twenty-nine; ilie News, thirty-two; 
the Times, Twenty-nine; and the 
Trihune forty-seven, and six hun- 
dred special corrcHpondcnIs. The 
SI. l,oiiis Globe-Democrat has thirty- 
seven editorial writoi-s and reporters, 
and 142 corresiioiidents, and employs 
lO'i men. The Itcpubllcan has twen- 
ty-six writers and about 400 corres- 
pondents; the Post-Dispatch has 
twenty-Bine writers, and the Chron- 
icle (hnrteen. The Lanitville Couri- 
er-Journal employei twenty-seven 
writers ; the Xew Orleans Picayune 
twenty-five; the Baltimore Herald, 
twenty-five ; the Boiton Globe, thir- 
fv-fonr. 



Postal Bates Hinetj T^aisAgo. 

Now that the two-cent postage law 
has gone into efl'eet,the Allowing 
provisions of the first law of Congress 
on the subject will be read with in- 
terest : 

Februrary 20, 1798, was the date of 
the first act fixing rates of postage on 
domestic letters, and establislied the 
following rates, to take eflhot June, 1, 

1792: 

Act Februrary 20, 1792, Section 9, 
by land :_For every single letter sixty 
miles, 8 rents. 

For every single letter over thirty 
miles and not exceeding 100 milet, 8 
cents. 

For every single letter over sixty 
miles and not exceeiliiig l(K) miles, 10 
cents. 

For every single letter over KK) 
miles and not exceeding 160 miles 12'. 
cents. 

For every single teller over I'lO 
miles and not exceeding 'ifK) miles, 15 
cents. 

I'or every single letter over 300 
miles and not exceedingSSO miles, 17 

cents. 

For every single letter over 250 
miles and not exceeding 360 miles, 20 
cents. * 

For . every single letter over 350 
miles and not exceeding 460 miles, 22 
cents. 

For every single letter over 450 
miles, 25 cents. 

For every double letter, double the 
said rates. 

For every triple letter, triple the 
said rates. 

For every packet weighing one 
onnco avoirdupois, lo pay at the rate 
of four siuglc letters for each ounce 
and in that proportion for any great- 
er weight. 



Thousands are being cured of Ca- 
tarrh every year w ith Mall's Catarrh 
Cure, that the doctors had given up 
and .said could not be eiired. (."i cents 
a bottle. Sold bv (Msh & tiarner. 



The North American llcviow for 
Xoveniber, hjtthe liTeliuett and the 
sterling worth of tho articles it con- 
taiins, satisfies the requirements of 
the most exacting reader. Senator 
II, U, Anthony w rites of "Limited 
Sufl'ei'age iu Ithotiu Island", giving 
incideutly a highly interesting sketch 
of the early constitutional history of 
thatlltUe Commonwealth, and set- 
ting forth tho oonsiderationt which 
influenced itt people in rettricting 
the exercise of the eleetorial peroga- 
tivoi Norrin QreeR freeldent 
of the Western Union Company, iu 
an article entiUed "The Qovemment 
and the Telegraph", cties the provi- 
sions of the Fedei-al Constitution and 
the determinations of the Supreme 
Court which appear to debar the Gen- 
eral QovanunBi^ fh m aatumlng the 
management of the telegraph lines; 
and inosents statistics designed to 
rove that the service of tho country 
. both cheaper and more efHcicnt 
than iu any of the countries of Eu- 
rope where I lie goverunieiils own 
the lines. The Kev. David X. Utter 
brings out from ulilivion the record 
of certain alleged atrocious eriiiies of 
John lliiiwn of (Jsawatoiiiie." 
There are two seientilie articles, 
namely. "Solar I'hysics", by Profes- 
sor Balfour Stewart, and "Modern 
Explosives", by (ieu, .Tohu Newton. 
W.'ll. Mallock contributes ''Conver- 
sations wiUi a Solitai7", an imagin- 
ary passage-at-arms between a Itadi- 
cal and a conservative, in which the 
two theories of government and soci- 
ety are advocated with rare tpirit 
and ingenuity of ar([ument In '-Sug- 
gestions in regard to the Public Ser- 
vice", Qraen B, Raum oflbrt certain 
tacts going to prove that the clerks 
and other employes of the govern- 
ment departments at Washington) 
even before the patiage of the Civil 
Service act, were in the main both 
faitht\il and efflolent: ' Finally, "Dr 
Hammond's Estimate o'f Woman," is 
reviewed by Mrs. I.illic Deverenx 
Itlake, Mis.- I'iua M.irri,-, Mrs. Sara 
A. I'nilerwood and lir. Clarence l,o- 
zier. Kit'ty cents a copy ; i|i.'i a year. 
Puhlisheil at 30 Laftsyottc Place, and 
mM H».n«WRrt«sUa« nneatUv- 



Frank Bankin thot and killed Mar- 
tin Cody, at Louitville, Bankln was 

arrestee'. 

Dudley 'Vaught stabbed and killed 
C. C. Cookeudorfer at Moorehcad 
Octl&. 

In Elliott county, Elijah Ilartoii 
shot at Dick Williams, but missed 
iilm and killed Wm. Maynus. 

A dead beat named Kccne Fugitt 
refused to pay his fare on a train iu 
Boyd county, and when the conduc- 
tor undertook to put him ofi' fired at 
him. The bullet missed the conductor 
aud struck a passenger named Ang- 
liii, whodicd within a few hours. 

During the first days of last week 
we met six jiei sons in town whoso un- 
ited age is nearly "lOO years. They 
were Mrs. Olive Cain, aged 84 years, 
Mr. James llardesly 81, Mr. Fred 
Basliain 8'2, Mr. I'etcr Haysiiiger, 8'2, 
Mr. .John Eisher, 8.S, and Mr. Luster 
Styles over 80. They are active and 
sprightiy and were all in town on 
businest.— Kerada Co. Kews. 

Ambrose Wilson, town marshal of 
Sadieville, Scott county wa^Mpt 
and killed by Jas. Creighton mma 
he was trying to quiet- in a Aiss. 
The murderer it in Jail. 

Wm. Iseiey a Trigg county moon- 
shiner died in the Paducah jail last 
week. 



Eentuok^ Qame Law. 

It will be unlawful InHhis State to 
catch, kill or pursue with such intent 
any buck, doe or (liwn, or have the 
same in their possession after it has 
been killed or canght, between the 
It^day of March and the 1st day of 
September. « ♦ • 

Any black, grey or fox squirrel, 
between the 1st day of February and 
the 6th day of June, or any hare or 
rabbit between the 1st dav of Beb- 
mary, and the 20th of October, or 
anywlld goose, woodcock, teal or 
other wild ducki between the first 
day of May and the first day of Seji- 
tember, or any wild turkey, between 
the Ist day of February and the first 
day of September, or any woodcock, 
lielweeii the lirst day of February 
and the l.'ith day of August, or any 
quail, partridge or iiheasant. belweon 
the first day of February, and the 
'20th day of Oclober, or any dove he- 
Iween the lirst day of JFcbriiary and 
the tli st day of August. 

Skitios II. — The possession of 
any ol'ihe animals or birds intended 
lo he protected by thisaet within the 
periods for which their killing or 
persnil is ]iriihiliiti'd shall lie prima 
facie evidence that the same were un- 
lawfully caught or killed and tho 
possession thereof unlawful. 

Sec. 12.-^Aiiy iioreon exposing for 
sale any of the game protected by 
this act within the periods for which 
the taking and killing is prohibited, 
shall for each animal or bird exposed 
for sale be subjected -to the same 
penally as provided for the unlawful 
killing or taking, 



A man named Ilayiies was kicked 
to death by a mule in Marshall couu- 
ty. 

Simon Deiam shot and mortally 
wounded Frank Itobertton, in Clay 

county. 

Tn Clay counlv a small boy of 
Susan Prineer's shot the top of his 
sister's head off by aucident with a 
rifie aged respeefhUy fire and three 
vears. 

Rev. Ixiton Barnes, a brother of 
Geo. 0. Iiarns. is a Preibyterian 
minister at Owingsville, 

The Princeton Ihiniier will adopt 
the cash system and drop its dead 
heads Oct. 27. That's business Cap- 
taint. 

Sami Hugur^ Sr. and Bami Bog- 
ers Jr. who killed two brothers of the 
former, liave beau dlaoharged by an 
examinlBg oourt at Parlt. 

Jhc first number of the Auburn 
:Monitor the tueoetsor to the Aliens- 
ville Gaiette appeared lut week, S. 

it. (^rewdson is the editor. 

The city iiiilge of Madisonville an- 
nounces lhat he w ill enforce the pro- 
hibitory ordinance against swearing 
on tho Btreettf 

The three yean enlistment of the 
Owensboro Monareh Rifles hat ex- 
pired and the company hat ditband' 
ed. It will be reorganiced. 

The i iilored |icii|ile of Oweutboro 
held a fair last week* 

The McLean county fkir was held 
last weeki 

A fire at Princeton on the 19th de- 
stroyed the ttores of W. M. Gray, P, 
Blount, W. M. Sharrard and H. J. 
Carter in the heart of the town. All 
but Sharrard Were partlx Intured, 
Loss i|ii,ooa 

(iov. Knott has pardoned Barrett 
.Moore sentenced two years in the 
penitentiary fbr killing Taliofkirro in 
IIopkiiiBco. He was an invalid and 
bis pardon it 



•WiteriiaOoBrtMlM" 

"May I tee the BaUviUe Register ?" 
The gentleman from Iowa ad- 
dressed one of the Herald stafi; wlio 
happened to be in the exchange room. 

"Certainly, sir ; take a seat ; the ex- 
change editor will.be in soon.'' 

"I am the editor of the Register. I 
regard the Herald as the best paper 
in my exchange list." 

"Yes. Well, we all deeiii the Keg- 
istcr the best paper in Iowa. Indeed, 
we all stand al the door when Albert 
brings in the mail and grab for the 
liallvillc liegistcr. It is full ul iileas, 
and we get siilijei ts lor editorials anil 
special articles liy the yards from it. 
We couldn't get along without the 
Uegister." 

.lonrnalistic courtesy of this kind is 
due from one editor to aiiollier. I'rcs- 
eutly the exchange editor came in 
"May I sec the Itallvillc liegislcr ?' 
"Certainly. You'll find il iu the 
waste-basket." 'Violent gesticula- 
tions from the courtesy editor. 
That Ilogister is tho very poorest pa- 
per that comes into this olllec," con- 
.tinued the i xeliangc man, aiiiiil a 
shower of gesticulations and vain 
•'aliems." "I never saw a copy of tho 
Register that had an idea in it us big 
as an O with a rim kuocketl oQ'. I 
always put the blamed thing in- the 
waste-'basket at toon at I tee the 
wrapper. I dont know what they 
keep sending it here for." 

The editor of the oonrtety depart- 
ment vainly threw hit thouldert out 
of joint aad then , left the i-oom. 
When he came back ihe Iowa editor 
was gone. 

"Say that was the editor of tlie 
Register." 

The exchange editor jumped Into 
the waste-basket and pulled the lid 
down.— [Chicago Herald. 



SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. 

ADVERTISING RATE. 

Uneaqasn), or leas, uiKt inaertion | ? to 

onoaquare.or lean, aii onil Inaertion, '. 911 

oncai|uarc, three nx iitlis. ^ 

oauaijuaro. twelve iiiiinuia .. \n mt 

uwoaquarea, all months " i j „u 

Two juuarea, one year u i,„ 

une-murth column, per year. ' a t en 

One-tbird colunu, per year tn 110 

Ooa-hsifcBlaoia,paiyaat....'... .. ' lai w 

OoaeolBma, paryctr uo eu 

BaalnaaaiooRla. taaaanuparliaa. • 



Penitentiary Statistios. 

Krjiiikfiirt yi-oinan. 
The number of convicts in the 
Stale prison yesterday, according to 
Sunday night's report wa- four hun- 
dred and forty nine, classified as fol- 
lows: 

White males 217 

Colored males 201 

White females 2 

Colored female 29 



Total 

Their terms arc as follows : 

For life — white males 

For life — colored males 

For life— colored females 

20 to ,10 years — white females. . . 

20 to 30 years — colored males 

1.') lo 20 years — while males 

1.') to '20 years — colored males. . . 
10 to 15 years — white males. . . . 

10 to I'l years — colored males 

10 to 10 years— colored females.. 

■I to lo years— white males 

.") to 10 years — colored males 

5 to 10 years — colored females. . . 

4 to 5 years — while males 

4 to 5 years— colored males 

3to4yeara — white males 

3 to 4 year*— colored males 

3 to 4 years — colored females. . . 

2 to 3 years — white males 

2 to 3 years— colored males 

2 to 3 years— white females 

2 to 3 years— colored females., . . 

1 to 2 yeai-s— white males. . .• 

1 to 2 year^-colored males 

1 to 2 years— colored females 

There are asmanv convict 



in work upon railroads 
confined iu the pri-  ii. 



449 

58 
28 
5 
17 
l!l 
S 
15 
15 
2S 
2 
3i  
37 

I) 

II 
4 
18 
20 

2 
29 
17 
2 

lU 

32 
U 
7 

iged 
there are 



Ten States will hold elections on the 
Bth of November: Maryland and 
Massachusetts will elect the princi- 
pal Statu oAlcers and also Legisla- 
tures ; New York will choose a Secre- 
tai')- of .State, Controller, Treasurer, 
Attorney tieneral, Engineer and Sur- 
veyor, both branches of the Legisla- 
ture, and vole on a iiniiiusitioii lo 
abolish prisnii contract labor; I'eiiii- 
sylviMiia will elect Auditor Ceneral 
anil Stale Treasurer : t 'oiinccticiit one 
half lis Senate and its lull llmise of 
licpresentalives : .Mississippi its Leg- 
islature; Nebraska a Justice of thu 
Snpreiiie Court and Kegeiils of the 
State I'liiversity ; New .lersey, (lover- 
iior and part of its Scuate and its full 
Luver House ; Virginia part of its 
Seoato aud its full Assembly ; Min- 
nesota will elect Governor, Lt.Oovor- 
iior, Secretary of State, Treasurer, 
Attorney General and Railroad Com- 
missioner and vote upon three pro- 
posed amendments to the Constitu- 
tion, one of which provides that gen- 
eral election shall he held hereafter 
iu Novembeir in each even year. As 
to fbur of these States there is noth- 
ing more than a local interest in the 
campaigns now going on ; but pollti- 
ciana every where are closely watch- 
ing New York, Massachusetts, Vir- 
ginia, New Jersey, Maryland and 
Penniylvania.— Interior Journal. 



A rat who had grown fat and 
sleek aud netted uudittnrbed in a 
peasant's corn crib waa one day vis- 
ited by the Badger, wlio inquired : 

"How long since you have had any 
cheese ?" 

"Cheese?, Why, I haven't even 
smelt the article for a year." ' 

"Ah, inc ! you must be a curious 
rat not to help your-elf to cheese. I 
wouldn't stand it a single hour if I 
were in your boots. You will never 
be a happy liat until yon have 
cheese," 

Afler the Iladger had goift the liat 
got to thinking the mnttcr over. He 
was fat, content and safe, but now 
that Cheese had been mentioned he 
felt that he must have a tasle. He 
left the corn crib and went nosing 
arouud uulil he discovered a piece o 
Cheese bung lo a wire. He rushed 
for il, beard a click, and turned 
around to find himseif in a Trap and 
to hear tho Peasant call ont : "Ah 
hero Is another Rat who didn't know 
enough to rcnmin in tlio corn crib! 
Moral. — Let w ell enough alone. 



Hens may be a littie backward On 
eggs, but they never fail to come to 
the scratch where flowers Iteds are 
ooncemed. 

A Michigan bcbating society has 
decided that a man wlio will smoke 
around a hay stack is a bigger fool 
than the man who blows into an uii  
loodeil gun. 

It is strange that whenever some 
young ladies begin to iilay on llie 
piano many of the aiulience begin lu 
talk. One touch of discord makes 
the whole part chin. 



A high school girl explained to her 
•ienil that lo say, "he kicked the 
uckcl," is slang, and the polite ex 
pression is, "he propelled bis pedal 
extremities with violence against 
familiar uti'iisil used lor the transpor 
tatlou of water and other lliilds." 



An Alliens, (ia., maiden rejoiced 
in the some what suggestive name of 
Huggins. It may bo said that while 
she has tho name her sisters all over 
the country have the game. 



A North . Carolina correspondent 
tolls how tho moonshiners sell illicit 
whisky : On the roadside a big horn 
is hung to u tree. You blow a blast 
ami agirl steps out and tells yon to 
put your hand into her ix cket. \'ou 
comply. 'Vou drop some some money 
lu tho pocket, and take out your bot- 
tle and go. Flirting is at your jicril 
for a iix-fopt, ijooathiuer is in phint 
on the 




Borrowftil BonuuM«.y 

A number of years ago some mi- 
ners ill Wales, in exploring an old 
pit that had been closed, found Uie 
body of u young man dressed In a 
fashlou long out of tiate. The pecu- 
liar action of the air of the mine was 
such as preserved the body so perfsct- 
ly that it api)eared asleep rather than 
iead. The miners were puzaled at 
the circumstanee. No one in the dis- 
trict had been inisSQd within their ro- 
iiiembi-auec, and at last it was resolv- 
ed to bring in the oldest iiihabitaut, 
an old lady long past her eightieth 
year, who had lived in tl.e village the 
whole of her life. On being taken 
into the presence of the body a very 
strange acene oecurred. The old la- 
dy fbll ' on the corpse and kissed it 
aud addressed it by every form of en- 
dearment spoken in a bygone genera- 
tion. He was her only lover, and the 
had waited for him during her long 
life. She knew he had not fonaken 
her. 

The old lady and young man had 
been betrothed sixty years before. 

The lover had disappeared lhj[s- 
tcriously, and she had kept her fitith 
during the long interval. Time had 
stood still with tlie young man but 
had left its mark on the woman, 
'fhe miners who were a routfli set, 
lint very gently, and with tearf\il 
eyes they romoved Ihe old lady to her 
home and that niglil her faithful 
spirit rejoined that of her long lost 
lover. 

Of the 117 counties iu Kentucky, 
71) liave newtpaiiow published within 
their borders. Of the 189 papers in 
tlie State 12 are dailies, i trl-weeklies 
10 semi-weoklies, 144 weeklies, 5 scml 
monthlies and 16 monthlies. 

The Madison Coiirier "cannot un. 
derstaiul why any one should want 
to leave the Stale "i Indiana. " Mr. 
McDonald and Mr. Hendricks want 
m toajl^l^^ylgyi^ . get into tho 




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SOUTH KENTUGKIAN 



■ditor 



nOPKINSV'ILLE, OOT. 30, 1883. 



, SnsinesB Anaouncement. 

BeU«ving thai tho people of ClirU- 
taln and surrounding counties desire 
tlio news olXcncr lliiiii om i' ;i week, 
we have deUji-uiiued to Hatisty the 
ilemandtvfthe public and issue two 
li;i)i 'i K :i week. 'I'lioi'ol'oi'o wc take 
|ilea8ui'u in uunoiiiiciiig thiit tliu lii'sl 
number of tlic Semi-Wkkki.v Sdi tii 
KaBTuoKiAN will appear next Tues- 
day and be issned thereafter every 
'I'ucndiiy anil I'riday iiini'iiiii^'. Tlu' 
new paper will be a seven coluniii 
■beet and will be published at (he A- 
ceedlngly low price of (2.00 per an- 
num, being an increase of only TiO 
ceiitK for the additiunal jiaiier. 
There will bo ue weolily as hereto- 
fore, bnt the two papers a week will 
lie imlilii'liiil al tlie  aniei)rii'C charged 
by many weeklies. Our ndvertising 
rates will be increased 50 per cent 
. and wo will give two insertions for 
the same prine charged by soniv 
'.weeklies, (of far li's-i value as adver- 
tising mediums,) lor a single in- 
sertion. These advantages which we 
offeP to both subscribers and adver- 
tisers cannot be overlooked, but 
must be palpable to all. Subscrip- 
tions beginning prior to Sept. 1, 1883, 
will be filled ont with tlie senii-week- 
ly for. the price paid for tlic weekly, 
which our readers can readily see Is 
an exceedingly liberal uder. Those 
persons wl)o subscribed within the 
last 00 days, or since September 
1, will receive llie jiaper in its new 
Jbrm ten mouths instead of one year 
fVoni the time their suliseription be- 
gan, liy this arrangement all sub- 
scriptious beginning in October will 
i'\])iiv in August anil lliiisi' begiunin.i.' 
in September will run ont in July. 
It wUI be seen that we shorten 
the time of no subscriptions which 
began more than two uiuuths ago, 
but as the September and October 
sulMcribors have nearly a year to run 
it if but fair that thoy should "split 
the dilli reni e ' between tlio weekly 
and Henii-weekly rates with us. If 
any anliscribor tfainks this is not a 
perfectly fUr arrangement, and will 
apply to us. wc will adjust the niattci' 
with bini iiimn h's own leruis. l{e- 
niuiubor we submit this to our pat- 
. roMi M.a business proposition, ask- 
ing all, but eompclling none, to accept 
it ThO^e who are unwilling to do so 
have but to mention it and wc guar- 
antee to satisfy the most ozacting. In 
Addition' to publishing two papers 

for the price of one, we will otl'er 
^ list of pKniiuiMs agi^regating in 
vaJnefSOO. The capital prize will be 
an elegant upright organ worth I2UU 
and none of the prizes will be worth 
lesc than fl.OO. Tlu ie will be lirt\ 
or liiure prizes, uu announcement of 
which will be ready bv next week. 
EVbry (ilbscribcr boglnnlug on and 
After Kov. 1« iSS^, will be given a 
ticluL 

The full otlii iai rem rns uf the Ohio 
election are as follows : I'or (gover- 
nor, Iloadly, :):/),51);l. Koraker, :il7, 
0(U; Sliuniaker, S, lilil ; .lenkins,"J,78.'i; 
total vole l l,ll'A, or within lu:S 
than !i.000 votes of the largest voti 
ever iiolleil iu ti.c State, lioailly'r 
plurality ; :uajorily over all 1, 

903. Till! .Judicial auieiubnent was 
carried by a nuijority of ;t:i,413, The 
.liquor jiroliibition anicndmeiil fell 
abort of a majority by liS,!!!."!. 

Lord CoJeridifc, VUiet Justice of 
England, was iuvited Iu a scat In llie 
U. S. Supreme Ueuch last week, the 
first instance where any one besides 
lil^apreiue Justice has over occnpied 
Aieat on tho Supreme Bench. Ho 
W a given a banquot by Chief Jns- 
tloe Waite dunog bititay in the Cap- 
ital, frMra he met a number of tlx 
dlsttugUMhed Btatosmeu and Jurists 
0ftbe United State*. 



Our Next Freddnt. 

11 isuou liul a few months till the 
Presiilenlial nuiniiialioiis must be 
nuuli' anil Imlli parlii's are beginuinf; 
li g/'l llii'ir (ones In liallle array anil 
the ueHs|iaiiirs are busy uiakint; 
tlekels on iiajier. The Denioirats 
liavo pleuly of good material all 
around, bnl it is pretty generally un- 
derstood thai their candidate must 
come from Indiana or Ohio. Tbe 
Courier-Journal favors MclJomiid 
and the N'ew 'i'ork Sun is working 
for Congressman nulniau,of Indiana. 
Tho i-ecent victory in Ohio has diree- 
cd attention to that State and caused 
Iluadley, Thurroanand Pendleton, to 
bo put into tho list of available can- 
didates. At this time, however, it 
seems ovideut that an Indiana man- 
either tlcDoiiald or lielman— has by 
fur the best chance. If we were to 
Venture a prediction, wo would say 
the ticket will be headed by one of 
these two Indiana Statesmen with 
Cleveland, Dorshcimer, Hewitt, or 
Cox, of New York, as a second and 
any one of these combinations would 
be a winning hand But should Xew 
York go Itepublican next inoulli. 
these calculations will bein a ineasiiic 
n|isi l anil Oliiii will lie liiukiil In liu 
one of llie caudiilales anil a giiuil one 
e m be easily found for eillier eml of 
the ticki'l. Tlie lii'jiublii-aus are in a 
veiy ilislicarlencd and di.scouraged 
Kituatiiin. lo say tlie least of it. With 
Deniiicratic Governors in ^(i out of i S 
stales, as the result of last year's tidul 
wave, tliey have very few direulious 
iu which to look with any hope of 
ilnding available candidates. Added 
to their overwhelming defeats all 
along the line they arc torn and rent 
asunder iu their own ranks. It is 
said that there will be an efibrt made 
by the Stalwarts to nominate Grant 
as t heir only hope, but the Half-breeds 
would vote for a Democrat before 
thoy would Grant and thus the mat- 
ter stands. Arthur and 'Foater was 
a favorite ticket before the Ohio elec- 
tion, but they don't count much on 
Foster now and the probahilities are 
tliat they will have to eount still less 
on Arthur after the New Y'ork elec- 
tion Xov. 6th. Things may change 
but it now looks liku W. T. Sherman 
would he their best candidate, Inil wi- 
don't suppose they would take a 
Democrat's advice in making their 
nomination. 



The new paper which will make 
its ap|)oaranec iu Henderson, Dec. 15, 
will be called the Weekly Journal. 
MalciilinVeanian will be editor. K. I,. 
Starling, local ediloraud C. 11. Jolm- 
soii, husiiu'ss manager. 



The I'rincelou Ua'nner says the 
"cngineeriug coijise"v{ tlie ( larks- 
ville ami rrini-etoii mail ri-ailieil 
I'riniiliiii last week, "t'orpse" is 
^ii;:gestive, very suggestive. 



IhiiiiiL' (iiiv. Knoll's alisiMire in 
U'a^liiiiiilun la-t week, ('apt. Hind- 
man, the liamlsiune l.ienleuant tiov- 
ernor. Iielil tlie In lm of state. 



Tlie 



eli'itioii in New York and 
tall - « ill III rur next Tuesilay. 
riie lir^t issue of our semi-weekly 
will appear tiSb same day. 

The Xashville Daily World, the 
leading pajtcr of Tennessee, has re- 
iiiiii'il llie quarto form and donned a 

new iliess. 



I.abi;a- 

1, 



Meliean's patent nii'iliiiiii 
tory. and oilier liuu^c -, w rn 
in St. Louis last week and |2oU,  
worth of property destroyed. 



LSITIB 7B0U FSANOOST. 
♦ 

Krankcout, Oi'T. 2C. 
Kin iiii! Sm rii Kbntuckian ; 

1 am SUIT yon have never seen Mr. 
I'l'i'ili'ilc K Warde on tlie stage, and I 
llii'icf.iie lake llie liberty of coriei t- 
ing an I'lroneoiis iinpressioii creali d 
by a referem r lo liiin in yoiirlasl is- 
sue. ^llu ri'I'i T Id Mm as lieiiig in- 
ferior to Keeiie. 1 l auniil recall your 
language, but llial Is llie purpoi'tof 
it. Keeue, who makes a disgusting 
clown of subtle, many-sided Kieliard 
III. is not worthy to bo mentioned in 
connection with the name of I'redcr- 
ick Warde. The latter, my friend, is 
one of tho foremost aotora on the 
American stage. He is an artist, 
and, as such, ranks second only to 
Booth and Barrett. Tiili is tbe pub- 
lic estimate of him. My individual 
opinion of him is, that ho has 
much genius as Booth, and is second 
to him only,and that'because of his 
comparative youth. This, you will 
no doubt think is a pretty loud cum- 
plimcnt, hut any WTller who sjicaks 
adeijuately of Fred. WarJc's powers 
as an actor subjei ls bimself, among 
tliii-r 4vliii liav.' never si'en W'anle. lo 
Mil' iliar^e nfiiiilitlgi-iK c ill paiieg\ ric. 
1 I an mill say lii llie good iieiiple ol 
lliipkinsville. wail and see — bul do 
nol fail lo see — llie gical Waiile. 

Now liial I liave lei-liiri il will on 
yonr livaliiiriit of Wiii'ile , .mhi will 
probalily expi i l ine lo "brani'li out" 
ami seiiil mui a lelter fioiii llie Capi- 
tal, but Inere is really very little to 
write about, and even if items were 
as uiinierous and self assertive as are 
Deinoi rals in Ohio, I would scarcely 
have time tu-nlght to write head- 
lines to tbu chapter of events. 

Mr. Justice llarlau's recent mas- 
querade on tbe Supreme Courtlteiich, 
in the horrid Itepublicau habiliments 
of 65-66, has elicited mnoh comment, 
of a very uubvorable character, here 
at his old home. There waa formerly 
nothing bnt kind feeling for him, but 
a great change in iiublic sentiment 
lia* taken place since his dissent to 
the opinion of the Court in the Civil 
Rights ease*. Hit old neighbor, 
secm'to thiuk that 'if elevation to 
such a Judicial station has not caused 
the blinding scales of |iolitical pi-rj- 
nilice to fall fh m his eyes, he is un- 
worthy to wear the ermine. A 
Judge ofa conrtof last resort, who is 
called en to interpret the Constilii- 
tiim of Ills I'onntry aud to define its 
liinilaliiin-. and who indulges in 
nainby-paniliy sliisli about wliat be 
tlioiiglil "llie people of tills l oiinlry 
wislieil to accoinplisb. w hat tliey liail 
Irieil to ai'i ipliiplisli. and wlial lliey 
lirlievril Iliey liuil aei iiinplislieil by 
iiieaii- of le;;islalioii." is eillier givi'li 
o\rr In )iarli-an liliin'.ne-.. or to the 
pel iilaiii I' of iljsronilili'il iiiiliceilily. 

Of all III!' alli'Mipli'il iiii'oails upon 
tbe Consliiiilion, niaile by a jflirly 
alike reckless and resentful, llie Civil 
ItigbtsUill stands I'.agraiitly supreme, 
yet Mr. Jiistiee Harlan, in eHect, says 
it slioiilit l e cnfoived, not because it 
is coiLstilntional, but because a Ite- 
publicau Congress passed it and de- 
sired to have it cnfurcvd. Shades 
of Marsh dl and Taney aud Chase ! 

I would like to give you some im- 
pressions of Gov. Knott's adminis- 
tration, but tho subject is altogether 
too important and pleasitnt to he 
treated c«rran  o(i{amu, and I must 
forbear until a more favorable opiwr- 
tniiity is presented. 

S. M. (i. 



freshness with the advent of that pro- 1 
lific season, aud never fails to bring 
down tlio 'united voice of the Press | 
iiiion tho devoted beads of those who I 
have literary aspirations and whose 
little lyrics, idyls and pastorals des- 
pite it all— find their woy into tbe 
papers. — I know this is not Spring, 
and your correspondent never took 
kindly to that season, the eastern 
breezes were always fraught with a 
thou.saiid little neuralgic jiaiiis. that 
made its suiisliiiie oflen gUmniy and 
tbe song of its birds a uulsain e. — but 
the ..Vuliiinn is full ni' nuw rilli ii iiiiis - 
ic aud voiie.N llial -lir up llir lalnil. 
poetry iu one's l onipu^ilinn ami some- 
how in my iiiiagiiialioii lakes ibis 
form— (If an Aiiliiniu "rbyme" is 
allowablu and not l en-iiialili .) 

Tlu-re's a ilreaiiiy Inlin in tlio wiHxllaml 
Tli.it fillutli thoMtt auiuinuair 

A tlutierof lpiive8fiimii]tilownward, 
Willi vuicvs Uittt MWm lutleclBre 

TUu' tliu glory of sunmior tiu faded 
Tlio antuiiui to nic u more fair, 

Hm awaet aotenm luiih ol ila miulo 
In rjrthnu I Iwar eveiywlwra. 

The will! wuimI,! tlio u iniU anil the branclie* 
Sfviii suilly lo wlii^lH'r mill »t)(li 

Liltt' the null of u low H-ailitig pututun 
Bonu out on a Imcu paailng \tf. 

Tlie «lmi and the maple tre«« mlnifle 
III aM ii}; that i.-i«ift. low :tn l loni'. 

Vii I Ilk- llirush Ml lis riill li-om iIk' woo'llami 
IJri-alli.- f.iilli of Iluwu. 

Down ill 111'' : i -.i tow tliohrooklet 
Leaps on us riK-ky liu.-o. 

And the snn In his golden gtorjr 
IVers doM-n in its laiigliing face, 

Anil till' iii-iv-i litil,-. io-;iih the brown leaves 
( liiri'- out ill 11-  lii illo-l ^li'C. 

An if 111 llll- roloflt hllllllT 

It wolitil faiii ailil 11- iiiiii-tnl.iy 

Tlif lluw iT k'an.* «low n tolluwcr 
Ttic tcnu, quiTcr on tbo stream. 

And the earth iu its autumn lieauljr 
Wean a-gloom diM|ille it* gle; m 

For tlie falling leaf is fading. 
And Its •taimmer of ruaiet and gold 

We absU see BO laon In tiM wooilUiKl 
In nplsadArlowUul, w wold, 

Itut hofo tn Uie dieamy aiittinui 
Bi'm itth Ike deep lilue sk\ . 

1 haTO llttenad lo nalurL''  munio 
Whoae pagea nnmitira lie 

And the grandcat atraln In the melody 
Blngs out ill II i:tiii) rofrain 

Thouyli vw .liko til- Ii-ai t- iniisl [iiTifih 
We'll live ill a ti) riiig tiino nijaiu. 

Ouvi BKANnt. 



E. It. Weir. ,lr. ai'cording to the 
Muhlenberg Ki liu. attempted to as- 
sassinate llie private i liar,:. Ii ;■ nf lli v. 
J. T. MeCoi niii k. a Metli uli-t |iieai li- 
er, aiic' tlial paper il. iionm e- biin as a 
liar and -lamlorer and call- upon the 
I'ili/rii- III tar ami featlirr liim and 
ride liiiii out of liiwn on a rail. 



Mat I be w Mel I rath, a Louisville 
boy ill tbe r. S. Army at Cheyenne 
i'il\, \\'\. 'v.. \\a- an iili utally shot 
airi i..lllril 111 a I oiiiiaiio l.i^l week. 



OPERA HOUSE! 

TWO XI0HT8 AND MATINEE ! 

NOV, 2 and 3. 

'J')iiril Annual Totir. Sir. Fri'tliTirk 

Tlt.\(JKlU.\N 

Ati'l B sironjr Ctimpaiiv of .\ciiir-. iimliT the 
uiaiiaguiiii'ut 01 Mr. 'loii • •).    'i.i.i\-. 

PBEf i;n riMi 

TlintSDAY EVKXINU KiiowU-rt' ffniit Tnitr- 
eily in flvc acU, "VIUUINIL'V orTht- liimian 
l-'athi-r. 

SATUltllAY KVEN'ING, SlmkcdiKiir.'V 
Traitfily Iu Ove acK Kl( HAltll 111. 

 irftii l Faintlv Mntinef Satiinlnv at :i I*. M., 
lirtMeulin^ the Wautifiil five-art ) lny, 

"IMiOM AlI.' Th.- Il;irl.arian. 
Klegant (i-tmni-. l{i.;;i;m Armor. Kic* 
Kvi r  lliiii,; li;!-tiii-ii ri»rm t. 

Hi Ai WfapooOi 

Oak Hall, - IiOUIgVIUiE, 



Tbe Louisville Commercial de- 
nounces as false llie statement that it 
would sliijrlly lieroiiie a Di'iiiocratic 
oi-gan with a Ijcviiigtoii lijwyer as 
managing editur, 

tloliii .Sliennau and otlier pioini- 
neiii Ifepublicaus have given nii all 
liojie of victory in New York, next 
Tuesdav. 



The J'resideiil lias issued a procitt' 
matioiidesigiia|ii|o 'J liursdayNoV.89, 

as a day of 'I'liaiiksgiving, 

Several l.oui-viUe genlK nien liavi 
presented ihe I'l-osidt lit wiili a lisli- 
iug-rO l lo imilril Ihe rri'l given him 
when he was in llial rii\ . 



lloii. ,liis. .MiDiinalil was in 
L(|»iisville last week and llie Courier 
.loiiriial referred to liini as "the next 
rresiilnil of llie t'liiled Slates." 



'•noysxiiek to the tim" is the 
loading editorial iu the last number 
of thoQauviUe Tribune, No doubt 
he would have had the Ohio buys 
Hiick to a fuui'-acrc farm, but his ad- 
vice I'omcs too late, alas !too late. The 
Tribiilift man is ail ex-Oliio Itepiibll- 
caii and MJi-rowfiiHy adniils that his 
iialive stale lias hi'iiii carried by the 
"Deuiocrals ami 1 ieiniiolius". 

The Keiitiii ky licgislcr calls W'a'.- 
lace (irnelle "a one oalluwscd fellow 
will) mils (I vciiuifuge wraiiper jn 
]lrerki'iiriil;;i' l ouiitv" ami says lie is 
a "base villilier" wlicii lie says .Ino. 
II. Morgan was killed "wliile acting 
tho part of a libeiliiie." AVon't 
Oriiolle skin Tiplnn llioiigli, if lie 
fluds out what he has writlun about 
him? 



20,(111) school ehildi-ci| visifod Hie 
Louisville ExpuiiUol) in one dfty last 

week. I 



A pelUlon lieariiii.'morethan 000.00(1 
names has been presented to lliu 
J'rusident asking llie panlon of Ser- 
geant Mason, wlm is serving out an s 
years term for ailcmpliiig to sliool 
(Juiteau. 

Oapt. Mayiie lieiil. tliu London 
■.vreliiil, died ou the 21st iust, in Ids 
fSthJ-vai'- 



A tramp at Jicnt, Ohio,Jamped 
huadl'oi'emust into a retort |i||e|l whii 
melted glass, iu order lo i iiinnilt sui- 
cide. lir-ll.,rr,lr,l. 



Thief lieullning Taurus it li said 
has been svk.eH with a deslrtj to get 
rich. Shake, UigliOiu, slitko' 



Tho father of Charlie Ilois'is itill 
liuntipg'for bis lost boy. He was in 
St. Louis lMt*oek prosecuting his 
fruitloH searob. 



The Hickman Courier has recently 
been improved a hundred per cent 
iu appearance by a new dress. 




uld, one of Jill-i(. 



The Owensboyo Post has suspen- 
ded publication and the Messongc)' 
now has no nompetilion, 

All inrendiary lire al Fraiiklin 
was ilisi'oveieil In time lo be [ml out 
before it got nailer lieadway. I.t was 
t'Xtiiigiiislied by Hiistiinaiid llie 
owners of llie surrounding buildings 
presented him with a liua guld 
watch. 



'The Ycoiniiii siiys doi' 



ii;i\i 



.1;: 



Our llinnlfs an 
Siinvelo. ilio So 

so 



Iiie Mr. T'rank M 

•oinrv i'or n com 
li 1 |1H d 



lo 



of the Kusiorii 
M eliloli'" ' 



Near Ohuioli 9W 

Jack Frost is mi longi r dreaded. 
Our fanners wilb characteristic ener- 
gy and industry have made ready for 
his coming and lie will lliid but little to 
injure, most of the tobacco has been 
housed, and many are busy sowing 
wliea;. 

-Mr. Garland Jones, a prosperous 
liopnlar planter ftam near Roaring 
Springs, was iu the neighborhood last 
Saturday in search of a desirable 
farm. If suited he will locate per- 
manently. No doubt he has heard 
in the distance the pleasant sound of 
the rapidly approaching luooinolivo 
^nd ijosircs to ho in time to secure a 
home near the new railroad. - , 

Mr. del). Knight and wife from the 
South of Kugland, who Inyo recent- 
ly ln i'ii visiting Mr. John Knight's of 
thi- neighborliood, lull last ' Monday 
for ( 'liallamiio.'a. Mr. Kiiighl ha- 
l uiiie lo .Vmi'rii a with llio inlentiou 
of niakiuL; il hi- lnniio. lie will buy 
prujii'i ly in this i oiinlr '. 

Mr. .lohii Ford.of lliis viriiiil), Icfi 
on Ihe 15th fur an extended tour 
through the Sastern and Northern 
cities. 

Miss Mollic liewcll, a pleasant aud 
Intelligent young lady froniLafaycttc. 
Is visiting friends in llie neighbor 
houi} and attending the [Irotracled 
meeting al Liberty, 

On Oct. 22rd a protracted meeting 
will begin at Ijooust Orpvo,conducted 
by Dr. Heam, an eminent 
Baptist minister said to be eloquent, 
earnest aud osoeediugly interesting, 

Mr. John JoAion with character- 
istic energy aud enterprise has comi 
mcnced Uie erection of a nov resi- 
dence on ids fiirm which will be ready 
for occupancy in a month or six 
weeks. 

The many friends o;" Mrs. Geo. Fox 

will he paini'd lo hear of Iter death, 
which oci iirie.l at her late residence 
in this county on Monday morfiing 
Oct. I.'ill), Iweiily ii|ii|i|les past one 
o'cliirk. She u as a good ami noble 
liearli'il woinaii, and one that will be 
greatly ii|isseil. She leaves a large 
circle of relatives and friends who 
have llio wai im st syiupalhy of al} 
who knew and luveil Mrs. Fox. 

The "melancholy day-" so called if 
we .judge from Ihe couliuued wai'iu 
weather liliye iiol yet reached its but 
III iny ploasiiiil walks thro' tliu woods, 
llie glimnii'r of russet and gold, and 

tho i^ jr'iii|(T of the winds suggests 

olirraUe IfiMW'eash nrnlng, Mr I 



\ slock of Men's and Boys' Clothing 
iiiisnrpa-scd in variet.v. Styles the 
very latest and prices the lowest. 

Business (Suits, 
Business (Suits, 
Bui:iiiess Suits, 

Dress Suits, 
Dress Suits, 
Dres^ Suits, 

Overcoats. 
Overcoiits. 
Overcoats. 

Men's Furnishings. 

H. A. Witherspoon, 



Comer Fourth and Jefllerson, 

LOri \IT.l,F. 

!i|i'l '2 'ill)] 



TUTT'S 
PILLS 

TORPID BOWELS, 
DISORDERiD LIVER, 

Vtom t^M^ont^tnM&t^TourtiiK of 
tht dlsoaieS of ttae hiunsa reco, Tiioso 
ioe:ZiO«col 



•VMTSlMta 

Bnietation 

of food, IrrltaAlU^ of temper, I.OW 
•plrlu, A feeling of be rliiK nesleeted 
•ome Uat^, DlHlaeu,FlatUrlBjratUl« 
BeMliPaU bellersjthe t7u,l lsaireol  

Vrine, cogrraiPXTioir ud da  
osadtlia  i e of a romodjrthst act s fllreeH y 
oatlwUTer. AsaLivermedlolneTinMI 
PHiUitiaTe no equal. Their soUon on tba 
XMiieys andSkinisalso prompt ; remoTliig 
■U Imporltios tlirongli theae t)ir«e "aeav 
ipnn of tbe iTiUm," prcsluctng nppe. 
ttti, sound digestion, rcRuInr stoolH clnar 
naBOuaavigarousbodv. TDTT'S FII.LS 
ettisa no nanara or griping nor Interfere 
w|UidaUr work and aro a perfect 

ANTIDOTE TO MALARU^ 

TUTTS HAIR DYE. 

GRiT Eair or Whiskku changed liw 
•tantly toaUi/ossr Buck t Taaln(le an. 
pUoatlon of this Dn. Sold by Dnwlat^ 
or sent by cxpreu oa receipt of #!• 
Offleo, 41 Murray Stmt, Hew Tolk, 

nrrt manual or diefoi iniim mi, 



o 



84, 

girefl wholesale prices direct 
lo contumen on everything 
Tou use, eatj drink, wear, or 
have fun with. Tells how 




Toil rlilm tno 
iniickfi r^.iifAiti- 
TAN Nekvim;," 
Buys A fikv|itic. 
•• tfow cnii unn 
mi'ilicini'lieafpi'- 
cillc fur Kpllri)* 
Hr* UyatirnRia* 
A I (' o U II 1 1 n 111 , 
Opium l-Intlnii, 

Uhrnmaiiiiui , 

?«pf rniiiMiTkm, or Hrmlanl WcakneM. 
nod linrsllierconiplatnuf" Wfrlnlm tin 
f}i'a m.-, eimulj. tM^cuuM tbovinii bf aUdiM'aft n 
ari^cft froQi tho blood. lU NerrlM, Bewlvrtit, 
AltcratlTe and Luattr* pioparllM umt all ilio 
coniiitioQilwiatBnfomdlo. irikMvn world 
tcUU I 




[THEXCREAT] 

lol 



il 



It qiiietH and riimiMti^t'e the patient— Dot bjr tlie 
jDt«uUii€tluu of itiiliitvH uud drastic alUu^ttc^ 
butbylhervntontitoiiur acttrltytotbeatoinacli 
and tu'rvouB fy^iom, whmbr thi bnlo la re- 
lieved of luorMd fatu-iem wUek in oiMlad by 
the cauKs abovu rt'fcrrcd to. 

To Cleruymen. I^awycn', Lltrrar^men. Her- 
chants, Bankers. Uilitf and at) ihoav whote uni' 
•ntary eniplo]mu nt caunt-D iirrvour proatraUon. 
IrrepilA'luea of ihe blood, niomacB. bowels or 
kidneys or who rrqutre » non'u tmilc. apiH tlr.«r 
or timalant.HAiiARiTAi(NEiiriKKislnvaluabU'. 
TbouModspniclHim it tlu- iiio!«t uondorful in- 
Vlgoranttbat cverfmstaini'dthc fhikiii^^nTatcia. 
49-$1.5a Sold by all Drii(,vist». 

Ths DR. & A. RICHMOXD USD. CO, Propr'i, 
8t«osspk,]lab m 



KIDNEY- WORT 



FORTHEPERMANENTCUREOFj 
CONSTIPATION. | 

No otiMT dtaaaaa Is ao provalent la this ^ 
oountxT as Constipation, and no namdj 
has ever rquaUed the oal«bamtad KIDHST- 
WOB.T as a our«. Whatmr th» mam, 
bowvTer obatlnat« tha oaaa. this i iii ty 

will OT«n»m« iU 

Oil Kra THa dlal i iwl ng _ 
~lftaBOB plaint i* rmrj aptto b« j 
|on pUoatad with ooosUpatlon. Kldnry- 
■ Wort atraocthena tho weakened parU aiid 
aoioklr aoraa all kinda of Plloa area wb«u 
_ phTVkaasa and madldors h«Te tx-forefkll- 
  ad. g"Pyou hsw either of thaae troublaa 

PRICK •l.l USE 



KIDNEY-WORT 




If 

FORBES & BRO. Proprietors. 

Sash, Dcors, Blinds and all Undl of 

BUILDING MliHRIIiL, 

BU1LDI1T& anJ-CONTBACTIllQ aSpscIalty. 

WemakiMI K|niially nrUji' C, li'lualiil ( hIiiiiiI.iii 
UugK^c* tti'il Aiiili'i-siiii * lliiiii'* llii(;;;ii -. il"' 
Celolnnlcd Sniilli IS.mhI CliilliMl I'Ihwh, lliilmaii 
ami .\\i'iy & Smi. SiimI rinwu. CMor MlUa, 
Wheat Drillit, Com Slielloin, Ku-. 

CALL AND SEE US. 

lOBBZS A BBO. 



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Wofkn caiy ami llirows wafer with more power than any Rand Pump in 

II-.'. .Vilajili-il Cl-U-iii", Wi lls Drivi' AVi lN aii.l Wiiul Milln, 

And has Superseded all Others Where Introduced 

roil S.M.K II Y 

L. FOULKS & SON. 



Oof Mottoi~"Wriglit Wiongs No One. 

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THE FINEST STOCK 



illi' I nn l r fiiunil at 



Kvi r liioii[;lii til ll i|ikiii  

JOHN T. WRIGHT & CO.'S, 



Tin; Mosr iMMi;.\. *K LINK  »!•" 



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Daattned to 

oiiioi' rciiiiii^'. 



rapplant all 

I'lir it nun- 



Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats 

Of all aliea and atrial. The larmtt alock of ea lom mado BOOTS 
aodSIIOIHIn therhr. 

SPECIALTIES 11^ DEESS GOOSS. 

Wc carry llii' iiin-l t'liv'a"' liii'' "I  ii iii-' Km ii'^lnu;; liiKni- imm -linwii 
iu tlie city. Our Wli'te unil t'dlorcil (iliirl* rnuiiu  Iw uxrcllttl. Uitcl 
■tylM Neikwvar. Matt and Capa In gmi xuMf^M ttjrloa and jtrlon. 
It will | ay ytiu to call and oxamina oar tloek. We are aiiant* ror llie 
flnaat Merchan t Tai loring catabllihmaut In America, and Ki!aranlee er- 
enr gannenl. gl^ Reroenibc.- the plaoe, OlaM* comer ; aud our moUo^ 
" WriKlit WmiiK* \o One." 

Jo:e32^ T. "Wieia-xiT 6c Co. 

SalaaoMMi^. B. Kanncd.v. N. r. U'ri;;lii. Walter Uillllaud, Hob Vod- 
driJge, Thou. llUcr. 



u. UFSTnnt. 



& p. SOUOBNKBLD. 



We are Receiving a Magnificent Display 



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„ . , ; ,, SiiloiiilKl  i|i»ni»lii MiWil*'  «i*h nrrtit 

Kciilii.'l.v [.iiiifitli' I'nii. iloulli'n IVlubraloil iirrlii'»ti-» 



to order with enact coet, 216 pages— lari 
oni* — ;$,;$()() illiiiilrationa — a wliolc 
picture callory. Contaiiu information 
Blfaiicvl fnini the morkcta of tho worlil. 
No oilier priro-lioolc in exiitence oontaina 
■a luucli inrurniation. gent frcetoaoyad- 
dT aui)onra(i» p(of(»at*g»(7cti), Jiluj 
bear from juii, or vlail uu when iu ourcii^'. 

fyO. Mi IMIKHHOX, | pllo»tio_n SriTiiVBfH.TUiii.i'y. v;i%SM 



biii !8 tlio advuiitagva ol' ev- 
ery Fence and frees ilieir 
ri'iitn the obJecUoni of all. 

This Fence consists of fl ;c 
iliiiilili' calili ^ of (lulvanizcd 
Stoel Wire, with While Oak 
Slats flrmljr Interwovaa at a 
iinirorm dlatenoe of 2V, 
liichea apart It la thii 
J strongest and moat durable 
I Fence erer made. 



IT IS PORTABLE. 



It id woven like carpet and can be 
removed by tho staples being drawn and 
the fence rolled up. This cut s lows the 
fence ready for shipment. Address 



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70T7LSS (ft SON, 

PUMPS, WIRE FENCES AND CLIFTON COAL 

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUOKY. 



8. G. BUCKNER. 



JOS. C. WOOLDKIIKiE, 



Buckner & Wooldridge, 

^Pi|0PltI|tT0B8— ■ 



HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. 

Special attention paid to Inspection and Sale of Tobacco. Ubml 
Advances made on Tobacco In Store. 

9«l«a aSvary Wednesday. 

All tobacco advanced will be insured at owneig expense. All tobacco 

^^n^-iLTii! i^sir •lAii^.sidTwCxrrr- 



risk of tlio 



BATTLE of 

the BOOKS. 



aio.iliKi Vol.fMES llie flioliwt lltcrnlim' ndlir 
wiirlil. ioo.| a(tB Catalogue freu. Ixuvoi 
prlitK I'nr known. Not unlit liy ili al in. 
Hent fur cxaminHtlon iH-fnri! ixiyinunl on evi. 
ileilio otKiHHl fiillli. .lollN If, Al.DEN, I'ub. 
Ilnlicr, IS VcwH'j- St., N. V. 1'. O. llo.x 1227. 



Mason & Hamlin Organs 

Now Ilturtrateil oatalogae, (M|ip. 4to) for 
seaiiouoj ISiffl-l, Incluiling many ntv rtylcs; 
llie be«ta«!ortmenl of tliu licM ami mont ni. 
traotlMorganiwoliavi' cu r unVn,!, aii.l m 
owml iirlcoB, niiiiimki. f,,T- ,.„„h, ,.„„j. p,,,^ 
muntaorri'iiii-t. st-iit rn-.'. 

Ifawii A Jlaoilin Oi'gaa k Piano Co. 

H'. 'S'!.?'.';;' . ^".I'k; " liiii-i 




Idpstine & Schoenftld. 



We have the larKcst, ilifsi, most complete and sttractlvo stock In Uio oitf» 
wUdh wo will sell clica|icr than any Clotblnif, Dry Goods, Boot 
or Shoe eatabliahment tn UopkinsTillo. Ouratook 
to MW and eonatsta of 




.CL0THIR6, 

Boots, Shoes, Notions and Furnishing Goods 

OVERCOATS 

For Men, youths and Boys, in the latest and 
most Fashionable Styles and 

Astonishingly Cheap I 

Our Clothing is of the most approred Faahionable Ont and Make, 
Ilandsome, Substantial and Durable. Our BooU and Shoes an, obtained 
direct from the mannhotnren and are guaranteed oqual to the best. Onr 
Dry goods are  rf the beat quality and wo will Rive you such iigures that you 
can't help fVom buying. Give «a a call. 

UP8TINE a 80H0ENFELD. ^ 



■ I All HANUFAOTTTBINa 

BROOMS 

of *H klijd« ami deMrlptiona, oonnlating of 

Parlor, Curpct, WarclioiiHc, Slablo, llcarlli, 
Coiling, Uuatiug and Scrub Urpoms, 
Clothes Brusliea, Foot Hata, Shuck anil 
Cotton Mopi. AH of whioh I am selling at 

ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. 

I liuy my miilcrinl friiiii llu' iimnuhntttrar Uld  I6 m» 
|ivvii wiirk.llicrcrmv I cun nlTortl ta sell goodi In my 

liiic clu-ii|ii'r lluui iNiyliuily. 

Cill %ii See m id Est \m hm Ckp! 

My |ii ic,.« riiiiio' friim W oanU ' to ISJO per doien. 

iic iiiciin oiiiiri'il lo mcrc'lmnti. All ordor* 

• I'luiiipl alU'iill'-ii. 

A. B0BKRT8, 



SOUTH KmUGKIAN. 

HOKrNSvrrj.E, of;T. so, im. 



Our Agents. 



Tha.MlnvIni (Mrwni (ra oiir aiithorliaa 
unmla.who will nmiie •iiliicrlpUani tor the 

aODTB KtXTIIDKUX: 

W. B nnwgr, ftlrviow, Ky 
Dab. A. Burnttl, Jr.. t'ailii, K7. 
ICil. iUuibiwifh.lioatgniaerjri Kjr, 
Tlioi. II. Utliii  , L'tnilMii SprlBgt, K7. 
!i li. Drawn, Ncirlrnvlll*. Xji. 
W. Davit, Craltlllll, Kr- 
C. W, Lanilanaan, TnnMiii Kr, 
3. M. Ailami * ; )., (liKroh IIIH, Kr- 
K. II. Ilnni-i  k..( iiiikv, Kv. 
.I.r M'tr'UH'i.*. I'tMlcc, Ky. 
Urt. Uortio I. Uriniii, Lafayiitui. Ky. 
T. t. HMalilataa.OiladMla, Kr. 
W. n llarton, hlrkBaurlUa.Kr. 
Ili v. Jii . Mlrn^nnrlh, KInin, Ky. 
Will. Wliili', Ni'Waletil, Ky. 

W, A. Wlilla, MauKloDia. Ky. 
W. t, raqua, cuwm Kr. 



EIBI ASS TSSBM. 



W. K. Patton, LUi Inauranno. 

Another case of Hiiiall-pu.x liau 
uiade iu appoaraucein Clarksville. 

A new pavement has been laid in 
trout of the Thompaon bloak,on Mnin 
■troet. 



BOCQiUniB. 

MIn Mamie Jetup ii TliitlDg a 
Mend in liOuUvtlle. 
Mrt. J. W. PrIloheU la rlalting reU 

allm at Maillsonvillp. 

Mr. P.J. I lowinl,ut' Howard Broa., 
returned firom Loniarllle laat week. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Downer re- 
turned from Loultrlllo Saturday. 

Mr. ttiKl Mix Ueo. P. Street, of Elk- 
ton, were in the city one day lant 



Mr. Franli riKh'er, • well-known 
Bvana*iUe maicbant tailor, wa« m 
ttiadty laat week. 

Mrn.W. I* Trice and her tlauxlitera, 
MIk^.h I'll, I a luul Mate, went to Louia- 
villvlaalwvck. 

Dr. C. U. Bllla and brlda, bm Mitt 
Kite Cahoou, of Ctevaluid, Ohio, an- 
tpondlng the week at Mr. F. L. EIIU'. 

.Ml'. .Iiiii. \. lliiiikii.iiKHiM'inlooliliiriir 
Ihi' IIi'imIitmiii N'c'wh, wan In the cily 
U«t wi'i'k. He |iaiil UK a rail iu com- 
pany with maatcr £. U.Sebr«e,Jr. Jr. 

Mr. Thoa. L. MatealUt, who it at- 
tending toiioal at Spenoer, Tenn., 
enme home to the Melcalfb-McKiiiH- 

li-y weiUlltiK 111! till' 

.Mr. W. II. IVriiii, re|nvi.ciilin^.' llic 
lii«liii'i 'i:l | uliliHhlnK huuiH  ol   1. I,. 
ISankiii Co. Clili'a)^, wa^ in the 
eily U«.i ui i k willi a view ol' « Hl- 
iu(f a blatory ufChrUtlan county. 

Mr. Ban Thompion left fbr Madl- 
aonvUla latt week to make that hiH 
headquarten at agent for the Sontli- 
•rn Mntnal Uft Inauraure roinpaiiy. 
We wlah hlin aneiyaa and roniucnii 
him to llie |)i'o|ilc of lto|ikiiia and 
turriiuudiux eouutiea an an lionorable 
reliable genttenuM. 

The fullowluK | erM ii« atlcuile l 
the MailiiMinvillu Fair la.-.! week ; Mr. 
and Mm. A. D. llodgDr*, Meatrt. S. 
G. Buckner, J. D. Ware, Jno. 0. Wil- 
U% a H. Coflby, A. J. G regory, 0. 6. 
Lander, B. S. Wood, W. A. Andorton 
MatOaithor, J. K. Quit, L. H. 
Bnlthton, Wm. Wlthera, 8. H. Tur- 
Mr, W. Ij. Blaaten, S. A. Baker, W. 
0 Wh«oler,Polk Caaaler, Jfat. Cru- 
Tent, Wm. Crmveni and Mr. and Mrs. 
J. D. MoPhenon. 

- — - - «^«.«* . — - 

Vny Low B«tM. 

DurluK tlie idiiiiininni'O of tlie 
Snuthoru KxpoMiimi, nl Ixiiisvilli' 
Cy., (i-oniiiii'ih ill}; ,\ll;,Ml^l Ul, uiiil 
contliiiiiii;; |(NI «,) llic Louisville 
ft Naiilivtlle Itaiii-uad will a«U Ex- 
ounlon Tioket* fh m any dlTtt ttationi 
to liOulaTillc at one fliro for the round 
trip. Them TirkeU will bo on sale 
every day, from 1.^ ft N. Htationa ami 
win be good Ifidaya, allowing ample 
time to vUtt the Greatest Expoaitlon 
ever held In the Soutli, and aecond 
only to th« Uutannial at Philadel- 
phia. 



The ICadUonTlU* 7alr. 



The flrst annual Fair at Madisou- 
villo laat weok,beginning Weilneaday 
and continuing fuurdayt, was a fiiic- 
oaMpdeapite the inclemeuoy of tlie 
WM^ar. Only about ten wccka liad 
eiapatd ttnee the project waa put on 
Awtibotinthat brief time grounds 
w«re ptirehatgd, hnildlnga put up 
and an Interesting programme ar- 
ntnged, which was carried out to the 
HttMuition of all OMMamtd. Co 
Friday the attendance probably 
tttiOta WXt, tlthongh it wu to 
eoM aid ""damp that heavy wrap* 
were worn and log fli-es were kepi 
burning fbr the shivering people to 
warm by. On Saturday the mom 
Ingwat very inolement. A cold, 
blustering rain, interaporsed with 
disagreeable drlnlo, kept the streote 
In a "loblolly" und prevented nuiii 
bora from nttendinK. In "pito of 
these drawbacks the nrowd was very 
large. People eaino iu from the sur 
rounding country im horxobui k and 
in Wagoiix iind otiier vehicle.^ and 
Boomed to imy no utteution w Imtover 
to tlio woiitlier. We did not go to 
tlio lair on Siilnrday, Init fVoin wlml 
we Icttriied the crowd was even lar- 
ger than on llie preceding day, 
Kuough money was realiied to pay 
the company out of debt and put 
them on a money making basin, 
wliich was doing remarkably well 
for tlio flrst year. The success was 
duo in a groat measure to the Indo' 
fktlgable efforts of the offlolent presi 
dent and secretary, Messrs. Polk Laf 
foon and J. Fletch Dompsey. To 
the latter we are Indebted for special 
eonrtesles. During bis stay of two 
days in Maditonvlllo, the writer and 
his wife enjoyed the whole-souled 
hospitality of Mr. Zeuo F. Young 
and his most estimable young wife. 
They spared no ptdns to make our 
stay pleasant and enjoyable, and it is 
' useless to say' they succeeded.. We 
sincerely appreciate tho special cour- 
traiee and' attentions shown us by 
our brother quIll-driver andUa 1 et^ 
ter two-Hilrds. Both the Times an3 



Now eros. lii (s have been laid 
across Main street on each side of 
Nathvilld itreet 

Virginia street is being raised 
about two feet, iu the flat In front of 
Siiiith't livery stable. 

A iiranch sower Intenwotlngtlie big 
one, lius been run across Nathville st. 
to Ballard't comer. 

We are indebted to Jat. Doyle, for- 
merly of this city, tor a copy of tlie 
Pueblo, Col., Chioflaln. 

The Fred War lo Comiiany will 
ttop at Mm Burbridge'i boarding 
houte, near the depot 

We will give 60 Instead of32col- 
umts a week Iu the future and will 
increase our tnbicriptton rate but SO 
centt. 

101 paiiers for (2,00' They are 
worth lliat much fur waite-papor, to 
say nothing of the newt they will 

ontain. • 

IaicuI advertising rates will remain 
ax herelufore— tSpecIal Localt ten 
eentH |ier line and personal locals 
twenty oentt per line Ibr each inser- 
tion. - 

Ail prciulunis not enilcd for l)y 
next Monday, the fith of Novemiier, 
win be forfeited. The 30 days al- 
lowed for delivering them will ex- 
pire on that date. 

Mr. .)u  . flrowii, of Cinciniiati, linw 
lioii);ht out .Mr. Nauc Ilart's dry 
(iiHiiU  '-iulilir liuii'Mi III! M;iin MtrccI, 
and will roiitinuc till' liii'.ini''.^ ut tlie 
same htuini. lie is an experienced 
ami reliabli' inercliiint, and we Avel- 
conie liiin to our city 

(ieo. ( . Thompson bus moved into 
one of till' spacious store rooms iu his 
new btak on Main 8U, Don't fail U  
lalloDUm ud see hta large and 
liandsome itoek of.fUnitore whieli 
is being told at astonithlngly low 
prieea. 

Mmsts. .Oabanlst k Dickinson,   i' 

Trenton, Ky., had tlieir drug store 
broken iiiten last week by some iiii- 
kiiiiwu parties. Tlio easli drawer 
was rolilicd of its contents and a ^ew 
valuabICK taken from the -lori'. but 
»e were unable to learu the cxait 
loss.^t^larksviilo Democrat 

The Ohio Itiver Association, i-oni- 
poaea of sixteen ehurehes tliut took 
letters from Mtlle Kivcr lluptist As- 
sociation, at lis recent meeting, waa 
organfawd at Crooked Creek church, 
Crittenden oonnty, a week or two 
ago, with Bev. 3, W. Orewdton as 
Moderator and Rev. C. 8. Miller at 
Olerk. 

The iut'aut .-on of Mr. W.K. l-'oull.s, 
f lliis cily,r("pre'ieiits tiie llftli irencr- 
atijin. Ili'i inollu'r. Mrs. I'^iunie 
Ciileinuii Koulks, his craudiuotlier. 
Mrs. Kuinia I'oleuiau. bis ;rreat- 
^raiidiu )llii'r. Mi' . r'aiiiiii' linuau. 
ami hia groat-great-grandmotber, 
Mrs. Mary Bills, are ail living in this 
city. 

The best selection and most com- 
plete stock of hardware ever brought 
to this city, can be seen at Chat. A. 
Thompson's, In bts new8tore,ialio 3 
Thompson Block, where he has mdv- 
ed and will continue luisinessi n the 
future. Any one in need of buni ware, 
i|ueenswan', |;biss ware, wall paper, 
etc., will do w ell to cull uu him. 

The Mtdisonville Fair Company, 
refused to sell privileges to the hol- 
rony mous men, althojaith they olibrtyl 
them f 1,000 fbr the privilege to ope- 
rate inride the Fair gtonndt. Tlicy 
set up their tablaatomewhere in the 
town to ran them at night, but they 
were promptly '•pulicd"l)y the police. 

Mr. .lolin Koschleiii and wife, a 
young couple of Cbicafjo, arrived last 
SotuiHluy, to enter iiitoiiousn service 
at Ciuircli Hill, Ky. Itcv. I., 
liraun, I.utberuu pastor, took eaVe of 
this family. A number of other I'aui- 
ilics want to come licre from the 
North, if Riii'iiar positions can be 
found. Apply to Mr. Uraun or Mr. 
A. V. Townes. 

Thetarnpikoont)# Cadliroad is 
neat ly done.It it a littie over the nraal 
width, with a dirt road thrown up 
to a level on one tide. The toll gate 
was i^ut In operation on the 14tb 
Intt. The pike is tour miles in 
length. The penny system has been 
adopted, and tlie rate tor a single 
buggy going and returning Is 13 
cents. The rate tor equestrians is 
oentt each way. 



¥A1BHD. hiterpretalionoftberotooftheorook- 

backed tyrant, "Bichard HI.," at 

Downeb-Petkkk: At the lesi- I'Ws last night and won the warm 
deuce of the bride's fatbur," Jud-c ,{ approval of a large audience. His 
T. i'clree,Tncsdav.Oct.,-A lSN:i, by r"""'*"*'" «»8 emoUons, 
Uev. T. (i. lieen, of the llaptist ferVOr and 

clinrcli, Mr.. I. W. Downer to in, J vindictive hate, showedthat he is an 

.\lullie I'etiee ! °' '^'^ 

■ 1 nuiub..r of intimate ' '""'y  «» 

; bun a brilliant career. His support 

tlic ~.— -1.. 1.. 



Only a limit 
friends and rcialives 
Immediately alter llic 
bridal couiile took llic 



il Ultimate 
wer(^ present, 
cerciiiony 
;!:i;i r. M.jtrain 



for .St. Louis and other cities. Mr. 
Downer is a proiuiuent young law- 
yer of tlic II 'pkiiisville liar and Cit '» 
Attorney of the cily. 'I'ln; bride is 
one of the most popular and univer- 
sally esteemed you ug ladles in iiop- 
kiusviile society. Tliey returned 
liome Saturday and will lx ard at 
Judge I'etree's. 

I'liKi.i's— Wkst.in : At tile resi- 
iciiei' of ,Mr. \V. I'liipps near lliiscity, 
Thursday, Oct., ti'i, iKS:). by Uev. T^ 
G. Keen, .Mr. .lames I'liclps to Miss 
Carrie Weston. Mr. i'liuips is con- 
iieeled with the Central 'VVat'choiise 
of tills city and it a young gontiemuu 
of worth and character. Wo extend 
to liim our congratulations. Uo wii' 
occupy the cottage udjolntng Mr. W. 
T. Tandy's, on Main street. 

Mktcai.i'k.— Me'KiNSTiiv : At tiic 
residence of tlie bride's uncle, Mr. 
Geo. (). Tliompsou, Wednesday, Oct., 
ai, lH8;i, ut 11 o'clock, A. -M., Mr. 
Ciias. \V. Metcalfe to Miss Liilio Mc- 
Klnstry. The ceremony w^as jicr- 
foriued by Itcy. T. G. Keen, of the 
Uaptlat church. The wedding was 
very qulet,only a tow friends pietent 
After the ceremony Mr. Metcalfe and 
his bride left on the 7 o'clock, A. M., 
train for the eutem cities. They 
wiU vlilt New York, Chicago and 
other points of interest 

^Ir. Meii alfe is the senior memlier 
of tiie enterprising firm of Metcalfe ft 
Uru., of tills city; he is one ot tlie 
leading liusiiiess men of the city and 
uyoiin^' man of moral worth and 
strict inle;;rity and is popular wher- 
ever lie is known. .N'Mili/.eu ofllop- 
kinsvillc |iossi si h iiiorc energy, en- 
terprise and business capacity llian 
Cbarlie Mclcall'e. ,s.|artin;; iiUo bus- 
iness a feu- \ ear- a;;", wbile a mere 
boy. Willi a small IViiil 'slaiiil be bus 
tiraiiiiallv iiirn a-eil liis biisiiie.-s un- 
til be i- one of Uic iii. -l I'Meiisive iui- 
I lenient dealers iu we^U'i'ii Iventuc- 
ky,liavin|; sold out bis inainiiiotb coii- 
fectioiiery establisbnient Ibis year lo 
embark exclusively iu the inipleuieut 
business. His bride is a youii'; lady 
nell known ill Hopkinsville society. 
Winning it. nianuers,amialiie and cul- 
tured and a favorite wherever 
known, sha. will make him a good 
and loving wife, at he deserves. That 
they may always be happy In each oth- 
er's love, and that success may attend 
them through lito is our wish. They 
will be absent Ibr several days and 
will upon their return take rooms and 
board at Mr. Geo. O. Thompson's on 
Hussellvllloistroct 

('ai di.k— K.VKKU : .\l Wcstl'iiiou 
llaiitisi Church, llclleview ivy., 
Tbucsdiiy, Oct. 'A'), l m, at 0 o'clock 
r. M., by Uev. A. W. Meaclinin, Mr. 
Kmmett Caudle lo Miss Julia Uaker, 
both of West Chrlstiau. The bridal 
party proceeded from the church to 
the retldence of the groom's fatlicr, 
Mr.J.R.Candle,of Newstoad,where an 
elegant reception wu given them. 

The yonngeoople repreaent two of 

th  biHSPRilb i^uightMrofMrs. 
Annie Baktir, is % jnMing lady of' un- 
usual beauty and ioveiinest of char- 
acter. They have our heartiest con- 
gratulations. 

Uu( km;ii— I 'i.AiiK : At tlie Pres- 
byterian ciiurcb in Henderson, Ky., 
by Uev.J. 11. McCnllodi, Thursday, 
Oct., 2."., 1.S8;1, Mr. Thos.W. Buckner, 
of this city 10 Misa Mamie A. Clark, 
of Ueudersoii. They were attended 
by Mr. U. I). Vance wilii iliss Eiuniu 
Uodge; Mr. 1'. W. Uuekuer with 
Mite SalUe Dixon ; Mr. Bobert Hoi- 
loway with Miss Cordie Vance; Mr. 
W.D.BaIrd with Miss Nannie Dixon. 

The briiial couple left fbr tho east- 
ern cities on a bridal tour, und will 
i-eturn to this city this week. They 
will take rooms at Mr. S. G. Buck- 
iicr's. The ^bridegroom Is one of 
IlupkinsviUe't handsomest, cleverest 
and moat popular young gentlemen, 
and tho bride is one of Henderton's 
fitlreit flowers and.a youog lady who 
has firequently vitited thit city and is 
a favorite in Hopkinsville society. 
May thoy bo superlatively hujipy, is 
our fenwnt wish. 

IMitlokWudi. 



is remarkably even and his plays 
are all prcaciitcd with strict fidelity 
to detail and historical accurateness." 

On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock 
will 1)0 a jfrand fumiiy matinee at 
wliidi lime will lie presented "Ingo- 
inar, the Itarbariaii." 

Mr. Wardeis uiii|ue..tioiiiilily 'one 
of the liiiest acliMs on llic American 
sta;.'!' anil iiiir]ii'uple slioiilil embiace 
the ci]ip(ir|iiiiiiy iiU'ei'i'il III  |.c liini 'ii 
Ills ^1 cale^i cliariii In--. 

Scale of prices will he at llie fol- 
lowiii^' execeiliimly \uw rales: Itc- 
su'Vcd seats ti,0(), ^'allery M cents. 
Matinee prices: licserved seats, 75 
cents, general admission 5U cents, 
gallery 25 cents. IIox sliect fur above 
performances o| eii|to-ilay at 1 o'clock, 
ut Cjish ft (iarnor's. 



Last Friday Mr. I lia-. I ). (Iverslii- 
Iter, a eoiisiii of llic pniprielor of llie 
I 'Ai.ii ii I'lUNT. arrived at Daifgctl, 
from Los Angeles. Aliout four inonlhs 
ago he came to California from Ids 
home in Hopkinsville, Christian 
county, Ky., wiierelie was employed 
live years in tlio South Kontuekiaii 
Printing ullli-i , and when he left re- 
ceived flrst class recommendations 
fh m his employers. Ho will All ilio 
position as foreman In this office os 
long as he remains here, and it is 
hoped that the attractions of Los An- 
geles or the pleuures of hit home In 
Ky, will not allure him iiack until 
he has found something of intoreat in 
this dreary deserter at least has 
had bis flrst unfavorubic impression 
of the present siin'iiundiii;.'s coiHider- 
ably modified. Ilr will prnvea valu- 
able addition to our small I'mci'. and 
render as.-i iauce which we liavu very 
inncli needed.— Calico I'rint Calico 
Cai. Oct. Ii. 



Mrs. Geo. M. Fox, of tho southern 
part of the county, died laat week 
aged between 60 and 70 years. Sfio 
was the relict of tlio late John Adams 
and was married to Mr. Fox last sum- 
mer. She leaves a number of chll- 
dreu, grand-children and great 
l^rand-chlldrcn besides an extansivc 
cuiiiicetion to inuurn her loss'. 



At |2,0U per annum the Soml- 
W'oelUy SpuUi Kentuckiau, will bo 
tlie ebetpcftiMwapaper in Kentucky. 
We want 1^ in every family in Chris- 
tian county, hence we put the price 
within tlie reach of alt. 



Blrthi. 

Tu tlic wife of Mr. W. K. Foulks 
on tho auih iiist, ' a -t^n-pound boy, 
which has been christened Woltcr 

Kvaus, 

To the wife of Mr. i:. (;. ( '[illis, on 
tlic :!7lli iii-i., a lioy. 

'I'otlic wile of Mr. 1'. J. ilrowiiell on 
tlie 27th iiisi.. a .'ill. 



Frank Dublin, aged 19, shot and 
killed Thos. Wanie, aged tMw (rraves 
county, in his ucccs-iu y m U' di lcn-e. 



SPECIAL LOCALS. 



JUST RECEIVED, 

New crop of New 
Orleans Molasses at 
MoKee & Poors. 

We will receive this 
week another large 
line of Dolmans, 
Jackets, Cloaks, Rus- 
sian Circular sand 
Newmarkets. The 
newest styles at very 
low figures. Also a 
large line of Misses 
Cloaks. We have met 
with unusually fine 
success this Fall, ow 
ing to the immense 
stock we are carrying 
as well as the elegant 
fits and extra low prl 
ces. Any one in need 
of a Fall wrap will 
find it to her interest 
to call on ns before 
making a purchase 

M. FRANKEL& SONS'. 

Our stock of cloth- 
ing this Fall cannot 
be surpassed in beau 
ty as well as fine 
workmanship and 
style. This line of 
goods was made by 
Merchant Tailors and 
we guarantee them to 
fit equally as well as 
any goods for which 
you pay double price 
to Merchant Tailors. 
Don't forget us when 
you want a nice suit 
or overcoat. 
M. Frankel Sr Sons, 

Boots, Shoes, Hats 
and Caps! all are be- 
ing sold very low at 
the Old Reliable, M. 
Frankel & Sons* . 

Fir.st class custom 
work made to order 
and all kinds of re- 
pairing on Boots and 
Shoes, done by J. C. 
Shannahan, Foreman 
of J. P. Nolan's Shoe 
Shop. 

Go to Burbrid^e Bros.' 
for neiv Picket of all 
kinds. 



SPECIAL LOCALS. 



G e n t's furnishing 
G-oods cheap at J. P. 
Nol an's 

For bargains in 
Trunks, Valises, &c., 
go to J.P.Nolan's. 

"We will receive in a 
few days the largest 

and most complete 
line of Holiday goods 
and Toys ever before 
ofiered in this market. 
We cordially invite 
every one to call in 
and see our goods be- 
fore buying elsewhere 
Wil son & G-albr eath 

CORN. 

I will pay the highest 
market price for oLd corn 
either hulled or on the 
ear delivered at my mill. 
Iwill also take same at 
pens if parties desiring 
to sell have not time nor 
team^ to deliver: call and 
see me at once. 

Very Respectfully 
E UGEJ^E WOOD. 

For every style oi 

3oots and shoes at 
popular prices, at 
Nolai^'s. 

Q-o to Nolan's for 
latest style in Hats 

and Caps. 



Xew Mo.l fat mackerel 
by the, doz^n at Bur- 
bridge Bros'. 



At the recent meeting ot the Grand 
chapter of Royal' Arch Masons of 
Kentucky, at Louisville, Dr. B. M. 
Fairlelghand Judge d. !. Landes, of 
this city, were chosen respectively to 
the iiosttlon of Grand High Priest 
and Grand Captain of the Host, tho 
flrst by oioction, the ' second by ap. 
potntment We congratulate theso 
gentlemen upon the well deserved 
honors ttioy have rccelvod. 

lloroafter we will have to edit two 
papers a week and will , consequently 
liavo much more office work than 
hcrctororo and leM time to look up 
items of local news. In view of this 
(teot we hope our friends will kindly 
communicate to us any Items of news 
they m*y be In possession of. If you 
have a visitor, or know of an ab- 
sentee, or And out any item of newsi 
you will confer a fkivor upon us by 
giving us the benefit of your infor- 
mation. Send a note, drop a postal 
card, or tell us about It and wo will 
appreciate tho fhvor. If oti'r frlendS 
do not co-operate with us In collect- 
ing Ulo news, they niiist not expect 
 is to^^l^nicio ovory social item, us 
oroMMAjlAiaiittMia iior onui'-- 



Mr. I' l-oderick it. Wardo, tho emi- 
nent tragedian, will play three eu- 
gagemeuls here IliU week. 

On Kridav i'\ ciiii^; Nov. 2,Knowles' 
grcA traueil) "N'irgiiiius or ilie lio- 
inan Fatlicr" will be presented. 
Tbih is one of Mr. Warile's jfreatest 
eharactors. Tlio Detroit Froo Vtcm 
pays him the Allowing high comidi- 
mont: 

"In all tlio UMpects of the character 
ho acts 8upc|j[)iy — at times with over- 
whelming power and with absolute 
surrender to the passion that rends 
the Btriokeu father's heart and tears 
raason ft'oni Its throne. He express- 
es intenso emotion and depicts the 
wild conflict of passions with unus- 
ual skill and oSbctlveness ; and the 
more he is called upon to do in that 
direction the greater seems his power 
to do. His acting at no time gave to- 
ke^ that he hod called !i\play all of 
his resources. The Impersonation 
must be set down as singularly suc- 
cessful." 

Ou Saturdry ovoning, Kov. 3, 
Shakespoaro's sublime tragedy, 
"Richard III, or tho battle of Dos- 

worth's Field," will l)e played. In 
the character of Uichard III, Mr. 
W'ardc Htaiuls uuri,valed. 
Tile llaltimore I)i»y,yf Oct. 10, 

Mu-; ■'\tr, Kcwlwiet -Mmu 



I desire to say to the 
Public and the friends 
of Mrs. Hart and Miss 
Hayes, whom I have' 
retained in my em- 
ploy, that I will con- 
tinue the millenery 
department in con- 
nection with my busi- 
ness and will always 
keep on hand the lar- 
gest and best assorted 
stock ever kept i;n 
this city, and "would 
be glad to have you 
call before purchas- 
ing elsewhere, as I 
will offer special bar- 
gains in the Millenery 
department. My 
stock of Dry Goods, 
Boots,Shoes,Clothingi 
Overcoats, Hats, 
Caps and Gents' Fur- 
nishing goods cannot 
be surpassed for qual- 
ity and cheapness. I 
would also call atten- 
tion to my handsome 
line of Dress Goods, 
Trimmings, L a d i e s' 
wraps of all kinds and 
styles, consisting of 
cloaks. Dolmans, &c., 
also a general line of 
Ladies' Goods, which 
I am oflering very 
low. Mrs. Hart will 
always be found be 
hind my counter and 
would be pleased to 
see her friends and 
customers. All call- 
ing at my store shall 
receive polite and 
prompt attention. 
JAMES BROWN. 

 'o. i Tliomiwoii lllock. 



Don't forget Bur- 



Carry your butter and 
eigs to Burbridge Bros.'- 
and receive the highest 
market price for it. 

All kinds of queens- 
ware at Burbridge 

Bros'. 



Baled Hay cheap and 
good at Burbridge Bros.' 



TO IHE PUBLIC 



mmvi & BycxNEii, 

INSURANCE BROKERS 



ire 



riia'nix, ot lliiririml | 4 MO 000 

Nurtlicrii, ot lomlon II 000 OOO 

ScottUli Union and NiUoDal H MO OW 

( inuiFotlout, ol Hsrtloni 1 no HIO 

Maimfiietui«n,olIiottqB, 1 890 OCO 

liiMirauce aad reliable indemnity 
agaiust Fii-c, Lightning, Cydooos, 
Tornadoes, Etc., issued at 

reasonable rates. 



To Loan 



Ollic 



l)UUU| 
on neai Eatate. Security. 

CALL AND SEE US. 

ipkiiisville. 



over liaiik (if II. I 



C. A. Thompson, 



-DKALKii IX- 




1 have purchased the entii-e slock 
of .Mcrcliaiiilise of Isaac llail. aiul 
will continue tlie business at the sunie 
stand on east side of Main stiw^t, in 
tho Thompson Block. Persons de- 
sirinjt bar!;ains cannot do lietter tlian 
tocaiiatniy store. i'ulilic patron- 
age is respectfully solicited. 1 liave 
attentive clerks anil all shall be wait- 
ed on promptly. 1 aUo purchased 
notes and book accounts from Isaac 
Hart and persons Indebted to him, 
will make payment and settloiuont to 
ine only. ' ' 

JAMES BllOWN. 

I have sold out mv enUra stock of 
Merchandise, and also all notes and 
accounts due me to .lames Hrown. 
Persona indebted to me will make 
BOttleinont and payiiieni to Mr. 
HiDwn, anil 1 clu'l■^^llll^ ii'i-oiiiiiieiid 
liiiu to my old customers, and solicit 
for him their patronage. 

ISAAC HABT. 



CUTLERY, 

ALL KINDS Of 

TOOLS, moN, 

Qnccnsware, Cilassware, and Win- 
dow Glass, Window Shades, 

WallPaper,Etc. 

0ant A DtTlion'i Old Stand. 

NEXT TO COURTHOUSE. 




J. H. Winfree & Go., 
have opened up in the 
Tobaooo Hogshead 
business again and 
are ready to supply 
all and every one in 
need of h o g s h e a d s. 
Call and see us, at the 
old Skating Rink or 
Hord Block: 

CABBAGE! CABBAGE!! 

For fin'elargia heads 

of Cabbagr go to 
McKee & Pool's, 

Country merchants 
should look to their 

interest and examine 
our Holiday goods 
and prices belore pur- 1 [iT«^ ^u™ju.|i....n 



m immm iiw: 

UNION and BAKER GRAIN DRILLS, 
[i 



11 LI1I1 niiu unuL iiniiiiuiiui 

J. I. Case Fine Steel and Chilled 



"Old Hickory" Farm and SpriWagonsng, 

Cider liills, Cutting Boxes, and Corn ShoUers. 

Ml Drag AitulisDit for Qrw Onlld rotod SNiiia ud Cuaio Frapgi 

We guarantee every article ve sell and a trial it^iili we oak. 
Very RespeotfUlly, 

O. W. METCALFE & BRO., 

Virginia St., llopkiusvillo, Ky. 

NEW STORE. NEW GOODS 

J. G. HORD, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in- 

Flour, Moat. Itnron, T^nnl, MoXaamtn, CnflTL'p, Siii^ar, Cannt il VumvU, Gla.t8\rare, QaeeniVAre, But 
ter, EggM mid ull kiiuU ot COUNTUV rUoin t'lC. I luu ncWina 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 



A« ChoAp lut any house in tho city, Tiio iiili rc- i nf in 
wayHeiHlciivur to kIvo you the licst Wfijtiilit an 1 llif n 



t-ii-^titmor^ U my intoreit ftndlshaUal- 
-t j;miii:^ for the luu«t money. 



C ALL AITS SEE If E AT 1{7 NEW STAND ON VTSaiNIA ST. 

i^y. n. IslBohaTaalarieitockotCLAB BOABDSwhklilwUliicUrer:. 
[aepll'SSlyJ .1, U. ilOKIl 



IN8URB YOUa 

Lift and Frep«rt7 

-wirH- 

WMlose, Iinag M Oknittt, 

OrUtc No. l.IIcnry Block. 
Ucpi'csiMitin;? over 

$80,000,000 

OF INtURANCIOAPITAl. 



H. (}. ABIUIATBT. 



B. H. Abcsnatiiy 




ABIMATE7 & CO., 

Tobacco Oommissiou Merchants. 

CENTRAL WAREHOUBK. HOPKINSVILLE, h.ENTUOKy 




Lit PvH.'ur 0,j:n3 "^^'r. rM 



AUENBUENTS. 

NOTK'K i(* hiToby tfivon to all whom it may 
concern, that tho uutierslgQctli wlocorporattirit 
and owncnof thecaplufatookotthfl KHriEK 
COAL AMD MiNinn COHFAMY* orgftniiad VDder 
chapter SO ot ihu iicnural BUtoea ol Kentuoky, 
haw aiiioiiiUiI tho Ar;.'olcs of Inoorpontlon ol 
ulfl I'oinitany in the roltowlnf iMrticnlfcra, Tia: 
AnriCLE :), Irtainomtcd eoMto nqnlre tba 
election ur a boanl of hbvkn Id atuo of Pivi 
Dtreoton; aDirin all other rwMote aftld Ar- 
ticle lacooonttiiuoln forco uonglnally adopt- 



ed. 

Artiolk 5, !■ Binonrtotl w  n« to allow tho 
Corporation to Hiildect Itm-U to nii anioimt of 
imlcbtiilnent or llHullitv not frrentor than one 
lll NJHIKn TlIoi (»\Mt n(H.I. Alls irl^toll.l i»r not 
jjit'iitor tliaii 'Vy.s 'I'lim .-j.^mi I»oi i,ai:s, uri j.n - 
vltli'il ill thi- oii^irial Arlii-tc; inxl in all otlicr 
rof|iorlM tilt; Ai'tlolo Ih to ri'liutiii iir- ui^inally 
adoutud. J. W. MamEH. 

Wm. 11. KVAN8, 
Wm. I'ultTKK. 

Thos. 1 . Fiti:, 
JAS. A. iMui-i:. 

J. I. Lamdm, Attoraear. 

[ocl9.4w] 



a«o. Woods' 

Pianos and OfganS. 

An- llii' liii.- C iu TdNK. 
Art' 111.' Ilu.^l ill lil- l(.N. 
An) tho fluent in WUUKll AKSllU-. 

Send fin Ottklogn* wAh miude im 

Geo. Woods* Co., 

m \Vii«liiiiKli i  SIrot'l, Ili hli ]i, Mil- . 

RATHER' TOO LONG. 

Aft«r Twenty YuHrti on tho Wrunic Hide 
of Life ft Vtriilntikii TurnN the Tublvi. 

"Mow lonK 1'il you i*nyV" 
'Vwoiity yoars) I waiil. Vp lo tlio lliiu* I 



Tk§But and Mc. 

Tiow manufu. '.'.mil 

FIRST-CLASS in Tcnc. 
FIRST-CLASS in Workmansiiip, 
FIRST-CLASS in Maierial. 
FIRST-CLASS in Fferyihiiig. . 
MODERATE in Price. 
WARRANTED for Fifs 

Every Oriian nf our mimirn tw^ I- 1. :t oi!y ".ot r.iiitc I for (^vc \i-.tr.^, hut is grnaraa- 
t««d to ffivf iM'iiiTt ►.•ili'«fri»"U  I tti or i-iifi- J'tii-ftt oin) of tlm larjtoat 
and most otmniii u i » Im \. h .-i, ,i i J r 1 oi (i w'jrk i- =■ ■ .•ilv ^ rl:^ .. Wu alflo haT4 
a full liaoof lUc Iciiiinj i*t.tnu-*, a.iil , ui l..;-4ie!; X .m il.c iuvusi market price. 




handling (Mir iiitili-niiU'iiU. ^ ■ lui-.o.. 
ua tor caUloguiM nail iui. iir.:uiuu. 



;ir'irt(iiitrrttri r.: ;t)l"';'liic.ini;' iirOr(iraii8throiifli* 
O'li' il:,!':. I .'iK. rn « ' «l"iiluceniohUtoI eiiHn 
IT' v "-itt ivMiiltl't men rail umkitinoMgr 
.i,r...y ; \ .;uui r..uci .,i!gii.tnu(«ad. WiM ' 



teuh or W.'.-aro. 



STORY & emp. 



203 NOETH FI 

OBIO'QO ITt riJ . 

n 



■.J J. . 



II, 



LOUIS, MO. 

^.^K SXRSST. 



■tti-^ uiaog jspao 'pasiB p[o saiSSnfj 2f a««oo ft in eat pa* panMa iflQ 

'fiSYO P"* ^l"* 
)W«oi «qi 4* spooS iiM 0} etoiload »m wao moj( '£}]!  m pmio) «q qj, 

OOOVSO& oner bwojo 

JO XIK»8 ms IBX JISX ox M! (i.TOtI.l M .U 

'^018 maow M& 




I 

■■\ 1 liml -.iilVi'ii ^ tni 



im'ti 

fi.r Ivii iilv Miiiv," Hui.l Ml-. 1'. ll;ii„..i l„ i.t 
ItU-hiuDiiil. Va., hull fuilly, ni. tliimuli UiiukiUK 
ol Uwl dlltpliUtttd .MtloB ol bta lite. "At 
UmM I ktaBMt wliked It luul plMMd ProTl- 
ilcnm In omit till llnr mm the hamia tu- 
tiitnv." 

"iliiii i noiiiib— twcBtr ywn ol that Mrtot 
ihiiii;." iv«|Hm l«(l» UaUnw. "WhatwM tka 

iii,-ii,.i I.r iiy" 

"Till' uii'.iiot wnillmtmnM umolgaJ went 
ii.nvii III M'liU'H ilriiK •cartiB tbit slly. Md 
iKiualil 1.11.' itt IlKN'MiN-HOAPClNI! PIIR0C8 

rl.A-.TKU'^. ninilii'il it Hiid \vn. rplU'vcil In 
r.'w hiiiii'., itiiil iiM iiiiw iiH TKiiiiitiaa Uiougb 



T. li. llAXrOCK. 



■Hancock & Fraser, 



1. KKASKlt. 

4t 



■ runlMF.TOI^ — 



STRBSET, — 




opkijQs 







ENTUCmt 

II.I.K bTRGKT, 

T.K, KENTUCKY. 

B ZilST. 

thu fo'Uiuiinc palters and 

SulTII KKNTL'CKUN lit 

r.l^ap i-ate» ; 

'•Toiinial 

ir- loiiriial 

ileCuinmanlal.-" 
i-WcuklyF««».... 

loiu-nal 

irantno 

Hook 

•ar-luo 



Ilalluii'i Mllft 

V. »■ lIuiitliK' 

KewYprk Wackly Sun. 
. llsiDS knil K»hn 



tiosu 

.tS.75 
2.50 
. 2.60 
. 4.05 
.. ».10 
. . 8.10 
. . i.W 
.. J.W 

.. 9.ao 
.. u« 



SClirriLLiTIONS. 



, Tliore-is^raan in Ciiiciiiiiali who 
Bvus ouo Windi'cd do^s. Of (•(iiirsu 
8ftS a^r^^reeper.— Glasgow Times. 

Au Muinngc Bays a inau who  loo.  
iKil take- a icwspaiici- was iu tlial 
fiiwii Hii' I'ltlici- (lay, ami asked how 
till- Chiiogo Cniivciilioii came out; 
aud if' ^iarlield was nominated.— 
Uirlinioim neglfter, ^ 

II, me ye anii^Uc host, ye mes- 
enof love, shall swindled prin- 
kei » below liavo no ledress 
•bovdrJTho angels flapped their 
WlngtiM said: (o yon a liai-|i is 
given ; doluiquents ou a piiiitcr'x book 
van nev^r enter heaven.— Uartfoid 
lleil 



?\v featnrc in the nian iaL'c  or- 
,.wai inlrodmctl in I'li tnin}; 
! this Stall-. A yoiinj; con pic 
faic well to do, and not unmoral, 
laYo said to have been married in an 
..■^il^hjy nijde condition. The stvie 
1S-B * likely' to come in ^'cnoral n.-c. 
c*l)»eiall) 4n cold weather.— Covin;; 
tun Comiiionwealth. 
( One of Vanderbilt's sons, it is said, 
ij;uiu}f to bo a reporter. He wants 
) richer than hi* flktlier. He isn't 
:t as we gare him credit for 
bg. I( he wants to become the 
*CraMUS and llothschild of, the world 
onght to coins to Madisonville 
"md Hiart another paper -Madison- 
Hllc Times. 
There's nothing like a fellow hav- 
Tng a wife who loves him ; one w ho, 
wlion he says he hiilimc-. he will 
P ^taki- a short walk don n town, hays 
I'll gu ,aj0ng with you," Uh! the 
"iMlcolMi v«lueof true love'— at the 
f sarae;8me it strikes us that we would 
i)n ofpKftira wife who wouldn't 
t |fp ogaeh true lovu about her so 
' ' "' i evening— it's so delicious 
V^ipld bo more appropriate as 
^uf^Dittoc. 

tall  lo yon I'link I am," 
M gpntlcmnn, m another was 
WO Apply tapu-linc to hiin. 
i'ffaet nine Inches I should think," 
the reply; aud the tapc-liin' 
*ii.wed precisely that height. "How 
C^ijld you guess so well,'' asked the 
j.j^lShMn that was being measured. ''Oh, 
'^^l,atp in the habit of measuring 
S," was the quiet answer.— Uich- 
i'nioiad licgistcr. 



KILLIiNCi Ar TI:ENTON. 

Eenry Perkins Shoots Jenj 
Walla. 

A bloody homicide occuri'ed at 
Treoton, Todd county, Monday Oct. 
15th. Jerry Waller and Henry Per- 
kins, both colored, became engaged 
in an altercation and Waller seized a 
stick and struck Perkins over the 
head; Perkins then drew a. pistol 
aud shot Waller in the left broast, 
near the nipple. The boll slriscktl* 
rib,glanced and came out at his back 
Waller turned to run and in doing 
^0 t» istcd his log and fell and broke 
il at a |)lacc whcroit had been broken 
hufuri". 

He was taken in charge by Ur, 
Uarclson. Imii wounds proved to 
lie nmrtal. lie   oniplaincd mora of 
the liniken Ic^' than the shot and it 
hecame so nmeli inllamcd that the 
cuticle linrsleil ami the man died Fri- 
day morning. I'erkins made his es 
cape and is still at large. 

The following stor)- is told of au 
English nobleman, recently deceased 
The Duke was once in church when 
a collection was announced for some 
charitahlc object. The plate began 
to go Mund, aud the Duke carefully 
put his hand into his pocket and took 
out a florin, which he laicf on tlu 
pew hclore hlin. ready to he Iran 
ferreil lo the I'lali'. lie»i(U' him ^al a 
little snob, who. noliciii^' lliis ai lioii. 
imitated il by o^lciiialioii-ly laying' a 
soverciirn aloiPi-iile llic (1m  ;i1 llnriii. 
This was too iiim li for hi- ^'lacr, wlio 
ilipped bis baiiil iiilo bis pockel ui;aiii 
and pulU'd mil anoihcr lloiiii. wliich 
he laid by Ilic !.iile ol llic lii.-l. The 
lillle snob followed suit by layiii;; 
another sovereign beside the lirst 
Hi- ^'raceqnietly added a third tlor- 
iii, which wa-. capped by a third sov- 
ereign ou the |iaJ l ol the little snob. 
Out came a Umi tli lloi-in to swell 
the Uuke's donation, .aud then the 
little snob triumphantly laid thrc-e 
sovereigns at once upon the board. 
Ttie Duke, not to be beaten, produced 
thn^o florins. Just at this moment 
the plate arrived. The little snob 
took up his handftil of sovereigns, 
o.4tentatiously rattled them into the 
plate, and then tunicd defiantly to- 
ward bis rival as if he would say, 
I think that takes the shines out ot 
yon," Fancy his chagrin when the 
Duke, with a grim smile, put one 
florin into the plate and  iuiully swept 
the remoinbig six back into hispock- 
eU 



.My ca.-e is ju.sl h l e, ' said a citi- 
zen lo a lawyer. • •'Tlie plaintift' will 
swear that 1 hit him. I will swear 
that 1 did nol. Now what can von 
lawyer- m tke out ol" that, if w e go 
lo trial ?" All hnndrod dollars easy," 
was the reply.— Ucnch and Bar. 



I'm glad Billy had the sense to 
inarry a settled old maid, said Grand- 
ma Wiukum at the wedding, (iaies 
Is hily-tity, and widders is kinder 
overrulin' aud ui)scttin'. Old ninids 
kinder thankful anil willin' to please. 
-[Christian at Work. 



tlHITEIl II. 
"Maiden, Blaia., Fo|i. 1, IMO. (ifinUeman— 
. t MilTi'n'il Willi aitiirka of sick hcailaclie." 

N\'ur;t!:.'i:i, fcrn:tlf intiitile, tor .veniv in tliw 
nii»-i tk i i'ji.li .111.1 t'M i 111 iatiiit; iiiaiiuiT. 

Nu iiHMlii-iiic iir ilouUir cuulil give me relief or 
rare untU I ON)! Hop Bitten. 
"ThcllKtlxittle 
Nearl.v i-ur.'"l iiie;*' • 

Tlir hn .iiKl iiiaile me «• well ami ttrong an 
when a I'lilhl, 
".Vnill hare been k to this dif." 
Hy husband was an iDTtUd tar tiraUjr years 

with a M.'riolw, 
"K i'liiL-y, HviT anil uriiUnr complaliil, 
■■IVonoiiucKl by Boston's beat phyaieUut— 
"Incurable!" 

Suren Inttles of tout bitters cured him aud 1 
know nf the 
"Lives of clKht penons" 
In my nrlghlnrhoad that turn tieen tavcil by 
your bitters, 

And many more are uslsf them with great 
benptt. 
"Thej; almost 

Do mlrarlM " -Mn. S. D, Slack. 



• Nn laih- can ||etalon( without II."— Detroit 
(Mii'li.) Adfurdaer. 

CEIAPE8T Ain) BIST! 

PetersnV Magazine! 



SploiHlitl l*i-eininins tor OottinfT Ul  
Clubs:— lllustraled •* (ioMen Gift;' 
lirti'^o Hizc Steel Kiifrniving; Kxtra 
Copv tor 1884. Full Si/o ViX\K r Pat- 

.\ su(i(ilt'im'nl wiW W ;:ivvi  m fvtTy numlK-r 
fiir ISM, (•niitjiiuiuii a mll-Mzf jmUvni for a 
linlvV or rhiMV tlrvt^*. Kvorv subiortber will 
n^'eivf (hiring the ye.ir iwilvo of IbeM p»t- 
U*ni*— worvli iiiorv itliiiii* ihau llie subacrtplion 
liri(' ». 

reUTStin's MujTii/.iin' i~ ihf W'-t anii clit'aiK'f't 
of llic lailv V lHM k-. It j:ivc.- iin»n  for ilu- m.-n- 
fv initl riii:iliiiit'~ j:ri'tiiiT nuTit.-* t((Hii miy ullu'i-. 
li) .-liMi t. il!i;i llM' iK-l ^U•»'I i'lijrrin iliflS Ih-1 
lol.iif! Iii.-liKni-. ln'fl  lir-  iKiHt-riis I'f^i "riji- 
lIUll --It.rU-. l'»■^t U..lk-nil)li' I'lUtiTlIrS Uvi mil- 

Terms ""ir," „... $2 a Year. 

I \!' \i;ai.i.i;i.i;i  (iKKKU.s ji) I i.i lis: 

L' * M|ti( - fur JJ.-Hi; ;[( . |iu'Ti for Jl..Vi.— u itli a 
 iil.iTl» ilUiPtnilcil vnlnmt". ••Tin' iii l li-n tiift."' 
or a laiVL* itlxt! ctwlly Mtvl i-njtraMuj;. "1 
OiiV* for itettlng up \\w chili. 

4 ( opto for lU opU'r* f.ir J'l.— \\ uli iin 

fxtrn  ■«'()  of Ilu- Ma;.';i/.im' ftir l^-^l. ;i i'"''- 
iiiiuiii, lt  I'lif iu'i iiii ^. Uuij; n\' Ilu' .-lull. 

.'. 1 i.jiii'-* r  r i-s; 7 ( oiiu-.-* Ii.r , .lii.,".ii. H ilh tmlli 
an i'Mru copy of tlic Matjnznn' t"'" 
"iii l tt ii Uitt," or Iho farm-  i.'fl « iMiiti. 
•Ttrwl Out," to U» iwrion i:v\Ui\-^ \n  iHf flui'- 

Knr larTter club* HlU gn-nu-r nuliHfiiii'ht.'. 

A'ttlre^;. ptwt.palfL CUAKLKii J. TKl'ICU- 
s()N,!t)ffi  hi- iimt SUPhllMtelnbUtPft. • 

S)K-i tuii ni4 M'ui gritlf, If wnllen tor, to get 
up (-1u1m  wilti. 

A State Map Free! 

Burlington Hawkeye ! 

The Most Popular Pajicr iu America! 



Oodey's Lady's Book. 



l/iw i ri™ of fi per yonr. Subscriptions will 

lie n i iMviM nt IhU oUce In l lubi with this |ia- 
|. T. Tlie South Kclilm WI.- i iimi lioitoy'a La- 
tly'i* Book for one year al fit. 

rnnsl'Kl Tl s Kiiu 'IB. 
Wo propose to make it, wttiimii i'\ 'i'|iiinn, 
the best as weU as the t^keapesi Homo niul 
Kashlon Mapuine In Aniorlea, anil no liclli'vv 
11 |H'ni.iil or ihp li*t of altraclloiM lo apiwar 
I'll, h ill. .Ill 11 will iiroTo convlnrliig Ui every 
iTii'lt'r. Knell iiiiinlM r\vill ronlaiii a Ih-muII- 
Till 1^1 plilU* ai i iiiiil'.lliii-il liv a -1..1.. "i- t"-  
.V lliioly I'M'i iiU'il jiortrail ot i in' of Ilu' r\- 
lirCKiili'iils "t llio I'lilleil KtnltN wilii a "Inn 1 
.ki'H h Kxcollent colored fashion plate* ol 
till' pii vailuiitstylesof dresses. Sunieroiw II- 
lii^tratt'OH of fnshions in bllli'k nml wliiti-* II- 
li;i.lrali"li aiiil ilwlpi" of tllr lali'M paltiTiis la 

fa iiri work, in colon or black and wblir. .\ii 
illiiitiated household department. An illiiK- 
iiailon of arrhlleclnral deslKn, A plw' "I 
iilii'ly « 'l.'i'l vl iiiii-ii'. .\ rnll-xlii' l ilt |i«lK'r 

IHilllTil. lliolrc rr.-i|ir- liT III.' l-oll-i'liald. 

llosiiloi. a rlili viiiioly of lili.aiy miillcr con- 
tributed by ominoni in-.l. rn. ciubrariiiit uovcl^ 
nori'lettes, i (i i !i'.', iwlry. riinradi*, dialoKiini, 
art tiiiil f«.-liioii nolcii, loKolttcr with current 
notes of I ill' liny. .\.» llil* iiiaKaiiue has been 
iK'fon' till- inilili'- forovfrllfty yonn*, nil may 
feel a4.-iiroil thai till. al...M. wilt Ik. i-airii'il out 
10 tlu. letter. .Xililri't.,- all I'.nsinniuii'iiti.ni' lo 
J. II. JUl'DKNUtKK a CD. 
MM ChesliintStH FMlMlalpUa. 
Send tor Illutraled rireiilar ihd (Inh 
Bai«..i'-' l,i-l. 



Don't Forget Honest John, 

Who can lie t'minil mi II"' nuin f 

NASHVILL AND VIRQINIA STS. 

with the chcaiHWl Hue of gooilu In the city auch a» 

DRY GOODS, OLOTHma, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, ETC. Aleo a ftail line of MII.MNBRV GOOPS 



.i.'WIy. 



Ca tarrh elys 

ImiM m SAU! 




Iha Bast Tima on Ileoord. 

liflf Ciiricilltiiii (Mil.) lli'itiiicriil 
ysT Oil 'riiitr.silii.v ".liiii" l.iiwloii 
_vffiMl llflv iicii:lil"if  111 '^fi' liii'i 
)enl Iiis iiwii liiiii' III' l\\ o   i';ns ni,'(i. 
■w4icii liin will' liuki'il lii-i'uil ill cijjiit 
mill il iiiiiii'ti'i' iniiiiilL'.'i iilicr tlii' 
■ wlicut was skiiiditi^' ill till' lii'lil. At 
hI.x iiilmttcs mill ten "I'l oiiil.'i !irii'f4 
ilqck tho Buckeyi' rciiin'i' slnnil ut 
l^^lpmer of llu' ^rfuwin;.' wlirat 
" 'Irere stationril fviiy ii'w feil 
itig tboJino or ilic ^'t'litti I'ciiily ti 
Kite an armful as it fell from Iho 
realtor aiid to l ush with it to the 
thrwher close by. The mill was Juki 
sixteen rods distant. At the drop ut 
the hat the mule sprang to work, 
aqd iA a minute and a half a pock of 
tt^reshed wheat was in a sack and ou 
librae that l egan to race for the 
_ ; one minnto and geventeon eec- 
tfilids later the iiour was delivered to 
Mrs. Lawtoi^ and in three minutes 
and llfly-iire second* from the start- 
iiii,'of the ivapcr the flntsriddle cako 
wasen'cii, in fourminntet and thir- 
ty -wMdiuls ffom the starting of the 
i'ciii i'i' a jiaii ori)iKcuit.« was passed 
out to the N|ii'i'lali i' . 




HAY 



ha^  ^':iiiic l nil en 
» i;tliU- n'piitiiliuii 
i\ tuTfv t-r V. liiiHii, 
.li )ilat ii:^' nil utli- 

' I IH('(lUIHtiOll!t. 

\ii iitiii'lo ut uu 
■ iili'cM merit. 
1 1   ituiH'd no pain 

UQCu «r sxurr 



'Apply b? the fltiger inin the 
' ' uo abtorlMid, effLVtunlly 



ll'.StllU. It 

will bo iibtorbed. efft'etunlly «ii*iinfiii»f tbe 
tinsAl pBB»a(ufl of ratarrlial viriif. t-mi^ing 
hiHlthv tteru'lions. ItnllayH iiitlatitatioii.l'ro- 
ti't'i^ihf meniUinna) liiiiiiKH ol the heail (roni 
iiililitioiial eolilf, cuinpU'tely heals tbfl sui-ea 
ami n^Hiorcg the venii; of lasic au t *tiiell. B«*n 
eflowl ru«ulu arc reAlizL-a by u few a; i'lica- 

tlout* ' 

A thorough treatiiiont will cure. 
Uiipqiialttl f.ir tV'M 111 the Mead, lleailnchc 
iml It'-QfiH'"--   r any khi'l ut uiutous niem- 
branal irritiiiiima. Send (or cireular. ay 
matl, preiiHi (, J^Oe, a paikago— ptampR recfivctl 
io\d by all u tioleaair and retail  lrui,';; »tii. 

Kt.Y BBOTUSRS, l riif[Ki' t^. 
■agO'.-^-ly Owe«o, N. i 



KlDf^'EY-VyQRT 



Drags! Drugs!! 



Drugs a&l Melici&esl 

J. R. ARMISTBilLD. 

( n'(i ! I I'. Tin: iMr'-:N!\ iiotki.. 

Keeps one iif llii' lai-^i'.-l -lo. I,- i.f I irii;;-. Mi'.lii iiii- ami I )rti;.';;l-t Suiiilrii'i'. 
l'alnli»,Oil.s Vaittl li.'s SClliiiil. IttlOKS ami I IC.MJ.S in lloiikiniivillf. 
Call aud examine my stoek ami prices bet'ofe punliasint' eUewliere, 
(deoini.Ir] 




THIS MAGNETIC BELT 18 

WARRANTED TO CURE^ 



... mmv Vt- 



SilUif Lid*"?*.**""*' *'■••*■•' .r_. b..«rr ati* 

sK'' i'/ri'iii'l.'^ ;:;;:;:'c":i;-i,%'iu.. 
o,„,v 1..1 .11.111). I- ■ .'"'/.i:: J i:;jr:r.;ra 



Ma»l nnlMrp. 
«|I««in i.f Ml^niotl.iil 1' 
■■■.I r-«l«r« llin" 

'.tt.iti utthl ai'i.' 



■ft. ..' il (. c'liilliiU' n' 

V ii.v..i.ct' Ik* ►•r** 




KK.\SK 11 
Kilit»r-l 

Now !■ 
prlc 
ail. I til' 
tli.iuizli llu' 
paiKT if i\. 
ivilli a fftiiiil.v til nii-i 



HOIIT.J.DUIinKTTE, 
icf. ■ .Viwoi'iate Killl.ir. 
iinv to Bet 11)1 ciiiln. 'I'lii' retail 
^liiivkeje I:. Iwii .!..ltai''i a  ear. 
Iiai- uvii ri,:i'Ili aitlien-.l t.i, al- 
lii iiii III \i .11 kii.'H - liiat till 
... liiiii'Ir. 'l il..il:ir- 1.. aii\ i.lli 
lull. f(.r llu. iiuriHW 01 



ueouriiplliK the ri iii : (.-I'lieratiuii, innmivinn 
the lliurald ot llle e.uiinioiiitv, ellllanrlll): the 
value of rval estate, nii.l n'lHirinii: laxei«. The 
llawVeie ivill iH'ii.l everv "iili.-.rnlur iu Ken- 
tueliV, Vhii ri'iulti. Hv" .Lillal--. Thellawiie.M 
iMie venr ami a line "all .Mali i.I tlie Mate, 
iuoiiiito.1 on niilern rvaily fur llic wall, free ol 
exiiriuH'. Kverr elliieD ot the StaM alKHild 
embrace this opiKirliinily to oliuiat awp wW'- 
out fxiirniie. Maniple roplea ot Tm Bawkeye 
free. I^l™ ogaprtleMloo. 

Addnw THlTltAWESTB CO, 
BarllBgtaii Iowa. 



Two weddings in Hopkiusvillu «" 
ciety this week ond several more on 
thetapil. 

ll U now iifi'tly well scllli'il lltal 
llii: Clai-ksviilL' ami rriiKi'lun iiiil- 
riiail will pa-.s ln'lwi'eii lloiikiiisvilli- 
anil Cadiz. Iwi lvi' iiilli'i fnnii tin' 
IbniU'f, anil I'iijlil iiiili'~ (rniii ilir lat- 
tcr.Tlielini' i~ now lieintr .-ui'Vi yi'il and 
will lia^~ lliiiiii;;li tin' Tai iii '.il'lll-. II. 
II. IJtyaiil iirai- tlie line ut' ( 'liii-^lian 
anil 'I'fi^'^' I'liitntii'..^ ami w ill |iii - liy 
lite Dniikeixiii jilaie lo ('iTiileun 
811'1,'s ami on to I'rim'i'ton. Tlie^n are 
tlie eiili'ulatioiis, lint an "If tlie mail 
i.'i Imill," w ill  lalk jii like ItaminoV 
■{liost and upset tliein iirca'-ioiiiilly, in 
the minds of many doiiliiint' Tlioin- 
ases. It is claimed by the advoeate. - 
of the road that the cars will be ni n - 
iiing in twelre montho. 



HE GREAT CURE 



Talk about my war record, said an 
Arkansas orator at a political meet- 
ing. My war record is a part of the 
State'rt history. Wl»y, gentlemen, 
learried the iMt Couftderate flai; 
though this town. 

Yes, replied a b)rit«nder,for I was 
here at tlie time. 



K-H-E-U-M-A-I-I.*-!! 

A. i t U IW aU me IsUnflil 0/ ' '1 » 

KSuHBVS, LIVER AMU BOWELS. 

ItoleaaicatiieqrtloaictUiescrid pclnoi. 

uit ean»a the draulfla m a l l Mr t ''Mc'. 
onlythaTirftniaofilMiaaaMMBOmi^Uio. 

of fo "o»t f "jJi cf tli:i tcrrlW.iisMK 

liavo boen quickly r.-licvoa, aad in simrt 

PERFECTLY CURED. 

t'H;C« l-iHrill ..r Uill, MIUI by DKICGISTS. 
fM) DrvcnnbesentbymaiJ. 
WELI.'. It" !HHPSOX.t :o., Pnillnrt.in.Tl 



KIDNEY- WORT 



HALL'S 

CYB OOK 

nncoamnnnn) BT WTOCMKB. 

OTTSUBS 

Catarrh of tha Natal Cavltjr-Ctironlo and 
Utcerativel Catarrh of the Ear, Cya or 
Throat. Itlatakan INTCRNALLY.and 
ncta DIRf OTLY upon the Blood and 
Muooua aurfaoea of the Syatem. It 
It tha bett Blood Purifier In the 
WOR LD, and It worth ALL that la 
charged for It, for THAT alone. 

m mum mi m catarrh 

And w« offer One Hundred Dollara for any 
_■■ '* "O* Cure. 



A&ENT8 WANTED S'uVk'.'^i; 

Tin; Wll.l)KIlN»i-,orSe* Pictorial lliftori 
of the Life nu.l Times ot the Honoer Ueroer 
nf .Mueriea, li\ l at.   rank Tripletl. Oti'r»» 
tiiitK'i'li eiiirrav'iuifrt. l oven (lie three era* ol 
■ iii'iuer i.ii.irrei'S (1) l''roui the Alleghenlee to 
ill,'  li-i^ i|iiii; m |.'roin the Hisiiaaimii to the 
ILicWv .M.iuuiain"; l») rallforoia and the I'a- 

l ille '."liiee Xell. I'limbllu'* irniphie. Itilitt 
iiiic iiari-atlv.'.! «itli iiryirust'iie-s of eiei;..iil il 
Uii.trali..ii^. I'v eiiiiiuiil anisln. Neaii  1" 
perHiiial I'-'ilrail-. eiiitirarinff all the (imueei 
ieailei'*. l..^i'les -I'.iivj uf Incinenls. .V pirlun 
sallerv ut l aie inliTi'^'. A true historteal luirk 
uf thi-'illiiii; a'lveiiliire iu fiire.-l, iilains. uumu- 
Inlu ami ftri'aui; euver Wivleru pro^re..- nuil 
eiviiizatiiiu. KiKhts with liiili'iiui; ile.-perau 
ailveiitun'^; nnrniw eM'a|H'it; uilil life ..11 tin 
Ik.nler. .X graiul liu"li fur ui'eiil,.. ^luwli^ 
eli'I'liliilt-'. :'.1l .irta^.i pai;.'-. 1 HV ill pfiee. 
hi reai'll .if the lu.i-e-. .\^.■ul^ euluplele mit- 
lit ;5eenls. gl^WriW al onee for eoullilen- 
lial tenuaandTlIualrated deieriptlaD.^. 
Addr«M D. TBOiinoi A Co, PabtM. 

tit. Blo„ or New ITork Lit):. 



' o|.enedahU .'Itt of 



l| IIM| 

Cigars, ami Fine 

WINES, B&ANSIB8.XJ(inOSS.Sto. 

Kor Moilioal |inrpo8c«, anil they 
woulil like lor llieir Irieiids and llie 
public Iu  :ive tliem a call. 
West side of .Main street, at Gray 

& Walker's ..1.1 M ind. 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

CarelnlW t'iini|innmli'd nij:ht or iluv 

CRENSHAW lie WALKIill 
Uaamt' 

New Barki Shop 

.\M  

TONSORIAL PARLOR! 

K.ir t!ic whilr cilUcu-- nf n-i|ikiii-v aii-l 

  llt'l: tl.tll Cllltlt V . 



Robert E Howell & Co.,* 
STATIONERS, PRINTERS 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

41 Mukat 81. Oyy Umiaa- MASHVULLE- T£NN 
A largo aud Ytriad Btoek of Stationery. A Fir«t-OI«n Printing Ofiicti ami 

BIN BXUBT. 

We are pr»pand to 811 orden pramptly, taliitectoril/ and at lew priea*. 

'|0el.M-l7-11. 



MDOMINAk suproniiR. - 

-OTHELAOIES:-^^;;^-;^ 

STtJr "iSriwi'' »•-'■ i-ifrto. ►.', ;■ r„'',;"«t5g 

Sm a iiu'liict u.^""""' *" 

^C!V ai  ll.'k. »r«l"'~»f •» ••. '•a- 
•JTS Jr. - ... S 1^ « . .if rk .. ».   a r..U 1 •a.j«»». 



.11". 



*^rii,.*fH«i.rVll ,lir«l.«T,M,r 1 ,- 1 U;: 

,. .^.I I . f 1 101." 
. . ... f KPlnttl'l 
„• , ,. ,1 1'. i.u.r^l eiifr.fck 

— 'rfisIi'ti^/cSiSa 




Pensions 



Kor wonni, tlU 
enM or uthtT il)(i5 
bflitr. Wi luw  
minor chil'lrfi: 
anil i1e|iCD tent parcuta cntltlfil when ilent). 
it'Milli-d. rtnliim re«i»cuct|, ru''ioriiti.Mi, in 
rr.'-nsfh, Imuiitv, bftck pay ami tliM-lmi^'f oii 
iiui.fil. Apiilv Ktuncc, iklay prHtnlif -  t.iii 
ri;{hiB. Kct« flxiMt by Isw. Ailar 'ss wiUi 
»tuiui . thcolil eaublfafaoildnn ot KU;iON ft 
ro.. AitorneyaiiDd Claim At«nu» tir K Ak, 
WaahiDgloDi D.C. 

Barber Shop! 

I hare le-opened my 

TONSORIAL PARLOR 

la the room below Tlintnpaun's Hard 
wave Store. I huve employed bp mv 
ansifiiants NELSUN CKUSS ami 
WILLIAM (^UILI). 

Thanking tlie l ublic for past favors. 
I Khali try to pleiii e tbeiii ati luti); b  
ihcy may favor ine with tlii'ir patron- 
age. Respt'cifullv. 

JAMES ilARGRAVE^ 

ifali (■If.l 



We have Ja t ofieiMd a Xew Darber 8lwp la 

till! old 8katiuK Kink nalldinn, next deer to 
IlurliMiliP' llri»i linn erv. on N'a.ihvllle alraM. 
I'tiartui;. Ilair I ituiii):.  Iiaiii)..Nilng JIIHl Uje- 
ini;. Call alul get an eajiy «have. 

MUUKK « UCC1.I7BB. 



¥. A. I-flnii.-niti. SoHritor nf \i.h tifnn ni 
:iti l t-« t.-i;:it l'.iit'iii». Vt'af l iiii:h)ti. I .   . Ml 
iiuaintsi euiinectvil wllh iWlriiif, wlit'tlicr br- 
(omibePsteiiiOak^ortkatourU, pnusM^ 
llo«hBrt«Md«aBlcM « i^Mai 



la •fcurmi 



a/A L-liSOl 

Ihnnlnlro 
4urlloDbrl r. 

/nOpB. luomafttlftevnt 
IllaaC %. SpnImvD pp. 

fn«. AOEMTI WttMTtD. 

J e— Broa. A Co., 



-or— IfiSL— 



WnX CVBK ANT CASE. 

Office of A. T. Stewart ± Co. I 
fuicioo, HI. Jimo4, I8t». f 
JCmurf. F. J. Chtneytt l' .,, l\,U-d„, O. 

(f'enWt'mtn;— I Ifttii; iili;a'.urc in iufonnlnr TOO 
that I bare used Hall a CaUrrh Cure. It liaa 
cured me— 1 waa Ter7 bad— aad don't bealtate to 
•ajr that It wlU cure anrcaaeo  Catarrh If takaa 
properlT Toun trulr, 

J. B. WUTHHIOIB. 
WORTH atO A BOTTU. 
E. Minuur. Jacluoa, Mich., vritea Bm had 
Catarrh for ao years. Hall'a Catarrh Cure eared 
me. Conalder It worth 110.00 a bottle, 

tJT^Id 1^ all Dnirelata at 78 eta. per bottle. 
Manufactured aad sold bv r J. CHKKET ft CO. 
' - — iLEDO. 



8ol*rKCicMon.TOL 



r:4. 



A Bird Alights on a Sride's 

An iiicideiil wmlli.v ofinitu iiccur- 
I'cd liew to-iliiy iliii inji till' iiiiptiiil 
cercinoiiii-''- 111 till I aihiiiii' . liiiii'li ul' 
Mr. JameH Kmnvli'i, :i pi)li.'i'iii:iii nl 
your olt.v, aud Miss Mn r^ii' ISn'iiinni. 
or Ibie place. When the In ido iind 
tcroora had taken their nlnrus and llu' 
f^roonisman and liridosiimid were tak- 
iii;{ their poHitioii, :i bird (low into tin' 
cbttlS^Mil-*U4l' ' ) i '■P0» tiiB head of 
t|f(i|Mfl|RMi Miss Mary Broniian, 
a simp.of the bride. The bird then 
flew wianoiher part of the cburuh, and 
fl^tto^ng a moment obove the bead of 
Mrs. Breniian, lubther of the bride 
n Ker head ; then, ilying, it 
,,^ediji poo i\vy shoulder of the 
liride and remaiqod there dufing the 
oenlmony, and then took its flight 
thraugli flic oiMiH window. What- 
ever the iniH.'^iiin of the uninvited 
feafliciy giietil, or wliellier it had a 
; inttlion.ltwliiit oiiii iH. jrood or III 
^ the liiciii«!t N li iii' :iiid vouched for 
Hiy. ||cort'.H wdo »aw ii.— I.iiiko Geneva 
^   'aXc'hIoatto Inter Ocean. 

-■"^iffs^ 



. Thank you for yonr ' fortunate re- 
collection, gratefully exclaimed the 
orator. It is ploaaaut to know^ that 
there still live some men who move 
aside envy and testify to the courage 
111' llii'ir li'lldw lioiiiirs. As I say, 
;ri iilli'iiii ii. in  war I'ci'oi'd is a pait 
111' llii' ."^lalrV liisloi-y. tor the ijentle- 
ini'ii liei i' will tell you that I carried 
till' la.st ( 'onfederate flag through the 
town. 

Tlial'.^a I'ail. said tin' niaii who 
had witiii's-iil ilii' pi'i'lonnaiH'i'. He 
ciirried Hie la.-l I 'unri'di'i-ale Hag 
throU|{rh thk town, anil lie l an icd it 
so blaioed fast yon couldn't have told 
whether it was a Union Jack or a 
•.tiiall-pox warning.— j1 a Aan(a 10 
Tviirehr. . 



. OHIO. 



tti H'lUij; oil the, stage? 
|inis lo Miss ArMiclla, a 
; girl. Well, no, not ex- 
l aui 1 haven't heard of il. 
^d only to-da;^ that you 
aall '',v !ii|fat;ed. And 



The Sun Turns Qretn in India 

Calcutla Cor, London Tlmea. 

A remarkable phenomenon has 
hceu obMrved lately at several ))Iaees 
in the Madras and Bombay Presiden- 
cies, and has eauied much interest 
mingled with not a little alarm 
among the supcrstitiouB. For some 
days the sun presented a distinctly 
green color. Several explanations 
liave been put forward, of which the 
most plausible appears to he Iliat of- 
fered by IheOovcrninent Aslionoiiicr 
tliat it is duo to tlie jias iiit^ ai i oss 
Southern India of elonils ul .siiiphiii' 
ous vapor from the .Java volcanoes. 



Dyspepsia is BAD. 

SAD in its ejects on the disposition. 
The man who can't comfortably 
dif^est his dinner is not a delightfijl 
companion. 

fAD in its effects on Hie hotiseho!(i. 
1 1 sets people .it \ ariance with each 
other and makes them irrq[ular 
and unreasonable. 

9 AD in its effects on the purse. 
A dyspeptic business man can't 
manage Iiis affiiinaa prospercusly 
as one with a healthy stomach. 

Brawn's Iran Btttere Is GOODi; 

GOODinils effetts on the dyspeptic. 
It rives him a sound diKcstiun, 
and enables him to enjoy the food 
he swallows. 

GOOD in its effects on the family 
It drives dyspepsia out, and with 
it the whole company of little de- 
mons that make home unhappy 

GOOD VI its effects on business. 
With a sounil digestion a man can 
face and overcome worries and 
troubles wliich would wreck ady» 
peptic . . , '  
Tiy Bv^iwii's btOBt Bxttbbb: 



|| 0 ^ aLEBBmiT^ 



Biamr'i Sptrllle 




Aa onfalllaa aad nfedr eoro for 



of KlIolKii kad ytgor. or any . 
gait ot iDillicreClon, ftceM, 
ei ' 




wc^,%Xc., to Ter forty thouuLnd poai- 
UnTcarw.l IF^nd " ' 



HEADACHE 



and all BlUOIUCOHnAINri are relieved bytakinf 

WIIQHT8 INDIAN VECflABLE PILLS 

ta« TiMiati A OMf, IM Ml. on ftlMlilt 



mmi m m 

Soutliwesteni 



An editor to vln in a siilisciiljc 
l aiiie in j;fiiiiililini;' uliont his siili- 
•.riililiiiii piii'i' lii'iiifr too hij-'li 111 
I'oiiiparison In tlie l ily papers, put 
these ipiestions in the next issue: 
"Do the city jiapefs j:ive you the 
homo news? Do lliey l oiitain noti- 
ces of your schools, cliurehes, meet- 
ings, iinprovenicnts and lininlrcds of 
other things of IntenDSf jvhleb the lo- 
cal papers publish iritllilt pay 1 Do 
:tly iufoi-mcii. Then i they say a word calculated to draw 
;o«goingi«u tlie atafr j?Oh, I attention to your own -towu and to 
riife«8lolj.illy I'litrajreil aid in the progress of jonr own vl- 

IK ttiRt I'm ii-oiiiv' rliitiv? ' AlinrCjKiliNiMBMtBSWHl' 




kictironlc dyBj^opflla nml llvfr nomjiliiint, 
and In chroiilo coiii'Ii| iitiim ami iitliir i li- 
stinatc dist'ttflca, lloulftlrr'fi Ht'iiiiiu'li llii- 
tera U beyond all comtiurlfiuii tlio Im-ii 
renudr Uuit oaabe takea, Aa u ini'iinn i.r 
'■ ' Hi Tital mercy •»! 

fonder the dabili- 



Southern Trunk Line 
Through the 

VIRGINIAS 

—TO— 

WASHINGTON. 
BALTIMORE 

m mm mm b 

— THE— 

SZBJiOT ROVTS 

— TO— 
and all point* in 

ARKANSAS 

AND TEXAS 

OaD pn or addrr^s ) 



mar- 1 



PIONEER LIFE 




»-*T;i'X!iM'iMi'i~~"'.i 

'•a.Sl.V^.^^iiWlMd.la-u. 

n iil^««'.~''.il.» -l «••!•«!*«» 
urn iy»w«l * 't»a ia«l — attt.— 



Bi— I M ita«tti ai»jictH«, 



-111, t..v. 



dlKl 



"XIU! MAOJIKTON AM'l.l*Jir« CO-T 



A. W.PYLE 

hasnnwnn hiiml ami will (onilnni* tn 
fcMll In iil'x-V nil ('\ii'n«iv   Hn l i cunitlrU* 
•lOGkul all l t  ' 1 1  M 1-ikMh -t olv I.  . 

FURNITURE, 

tintl trill tell ni chenn at the 
lame can bt hanaltd. 
I'p alalre la llrary Dtock. 
HOPKIIfSVILLi:. - KT. 

Mr .Ml Kruiln «t ■ "lU in fui nlitiiit 
ill any | art «f Um euuali) »u the 
vhorteal 



I 



1883 hai witnoaaed the groalMt improrenMDta in Sowing Machltien Hinc  
their Intmdnction, tlierefora it la lo jroiir inloreot to exaniiiie, wo and in i tin 
bert and lateit improTed Uaebine*. To that ftict I Inviie yon to call at iii\ 
office and tee the Harhtiie* ( have or writ* ine a rani anil I uill -ittd one fur 
.{onr iii-pection. I am a lii'st-i'la»  marhlnt"!. Iiavin;; m i ved a n'jriilar ap- 
pri'iiliri -liip al til.' ^' » ill/ Mai hini' i..i mry and tlitli d tip a shop in Mop- 
kinsville willi all llie imil- neccsaiy to repair all kinds of ,S'wiii){ .Maehini's 
I can do the liost of work anil ;(nai-tiiiti-e salisfaction. lam an cxpeit in 
everything relauil to the Sewiii}; Machine ami If yon have any wm k to Im' 
lone in that line it will he lo your intrn-sl to liriiijr It lo my shop. It ".iili'. 
iM'iii;; a Ihoion^'li inljii-li r inywif I have in my ein|diiy one of ihe l"'-l ad- 
jtisici- in the Stale of Kentucky. A flill fuiiply of Part's Allai liiiieiit.. 
tills, Kie., always on hand. In buying a Uaebine fVom ma yon arc not in 
vesting; in an uiiovrtalnty, fltr If the Haehinea need* anr altmition you can 
write nie or leave wurti at niy shop mill it will to atteaued atoncr, I liavi 
several patents ol my own ")iel np" wliii ii I |Mtou all the Uoehiiii's I -i II 

Hid if v 'ii wi-h to hny a inai hiiie all I a«k U (br you to rxami y Ma 

liini's al iiiv iitlire or at yiiiir lioiise. Having lily own teaitis iiinl Iravi lin;; 
all the lime it will he no trouble for nie to lirliiff you one aud thow yon 
what il wiU do, and tiien you can he your own Judge. 

Ites|ievlfully, 

N. n.— In wrltlnj to me state where you live. C. E. WEST. 



BU8EVILLS, INDIANA, 

Wheleiala Mauutacturen o( 

Two-Wheel Vehicles. 

Tbe only thiog un two u lit'tiln t)i:ii 

Rides an £iU4y it8 a Carriage. 

GooiU made of the liciit luntvrlals ami war- 
raotvU. Weight Irom 90 to 1M  pounili. 

PRIOES LOW. 

Aik jovr BMckoaU to get price for .vou. 

0 Spring Cart Oo. 

aii(IMllT 



* BURN HANTS 



JoajtlMir 



PAMPHLET FREE BY 

BURNHAMBROSkYORK,PA, 



ROBBED 

Uvea proloDged. hrppiaeaaaw 
b/aie of the treat 

aEEMANTNVIGORATOBI 



11iou«auda of 
gravel are an- 
nuBlly robbed 
olUMTrvltttlDia, 
llvea prolonged, hrppitteaiud bMlMi iMioml 
b/uae of the great 



Whlcb po.itlveljr and permAneatly eaiM f; 
votMiez,* (Muaed by exccubL-iol any kh 

MMIBM WMbkM«aa  ami all iliHi-HHi'H t 

follow aaequedueoTdtirr-Auiisc, Ian Iokh ot 



HAMA BROS. & CO., 
FouiMlert Add laeMnlits 

Manufaotaren And Dealeirs in 

Steam Engines, Saw IKiUs, 



Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, 



AlSm RTTBBXR BSLTZXTC, 

PACKING, QAB PIPE, BRASS GOODS, MALEABLE IliOK. 

Fettino Ahd Sheet InoN Wonaa. 

Uepairing Engine, B9lIor ,11 M ! parator a Specialty 
HOPKINSVIU|y KY. 



tal)..ir-1l-lr. 



rtjr, loM ot ntmorr, unlveraal laultudo, 
IibIb Id Uie lack, dlrolleit of vUloa, premature 
old age, aud maht other dlaeaeea taat leail to 
coaauRiptlon and n pnniaturv arave. Semi 
for eirculara with tcttlmoaialalreo In- inall. 
I he lanaoaaTOB U avid am per box. m .ix 
Iwxn tor i. by all droasitta, or will i i' kiiii 
tree lur mall, aeeureljr Maled, oa reoiliit ot 
price, 1 7 addieaalai 

E.Jt.OHZITET. 

UlADlv.Sr. Tlll.EIX) (IIIIO. 

Solo .\ Kent for tlie l*itltL' l SuiIit*, 



Edward Laurent, 

ARCHITECT, 

No, 23 I'UIILIC SUI;AB£, 
JMSHFIUJT, XMKKMMtMM. 



UtrriTianC" 

Snnri'li'V. tin. 



lino  fr. I'l-miV 

•rt'lHl'V t'lH" II cmii- 

Ki) \,nil  i l  i t' 



of till' K.i 

1 fiiiiiirK ' 



ii'iii Kcnlii,'),; i.iinr.llr 



.1,1 



 *lM'r8llc 

l'r;,r._i!.iiiili', ' 



^LYON&HEALYl 

I Slali a MoafM yii. OWoa|e. . 



petx 



W, JIol 



HORSES IND mil 

BOUGHT and SOLD 

Polk Cansler's 
Lively Feed & Sale Stable. 

Auction aale ot Live Btoclc, SUyr- 
day after necoud Mondiiy in Taeli 
Speolal liyery r«te« given to 

lal men.. 



EDWARD WILDER'S 




THIOIIIAT 



Throuoh Trunk Line 




WRMOiipiiiiHk Speed Uirl«ile« 



INMTCST AND aUMWUT RNTf 

Witm *L Laaia, Itaaairllla aad Wmlmm 

SOUTHEISf & SOUTH 

Tliaotan OMOUM »ea akae* atlMa M 
KaahflUa aad CWti«t»g«, mOtH Mtm ea» 
BKtluaa vHk 

S tallxsk*a Fmimam Gmxu 

tor AiUela, laTaaMli, Maata, MtoanMa, 
aad polaula riortda. 

Coaaaaliew era Mtta ai OMkHe aad «iak^ | 

illlelMraUpeiBU | 

NORTH, EAST. SOUTH & WEST I 

In rullaiaa Palan C%t*. _ ' 

rHTPD * iiTC'««f'''i 

CinlunAn I o nn. ot CM. 1.-1(1 Will 

racatvt .p.cial tow ratr.. 

Sta A(«au or thia CiniiMnT tor talefc roaue 
*t.,«r«rtte. Cr.Mtmii-f.iJ.K . 
'  «i toylwW .«r. I 



Ml**r Walrkea, NIrm Wli.4rrtia.o0, 




I, I .T„rf,-r., 
Il.-t ut. c.^ 



"I ff , 



OWI tl5 SH0T-6UII 



FREE! 

REUABLE SELF-CURE. 

Of l» | r««HTlrtii n ■ f nn# of Ituj 

mul ti i' •! M 't -UT »«(iji •( ..» ,4 \-tn 1*1 tJi** V. X 

ti.w -■■,'.i! I'tr (;.. ,-[. r.- ..f \ rrAM* r*»bJIU|f. 

,1, [I . I i li ■ iM . 1 ', ' /Vrr. i'l .. ►.111. nillb 

AdHr«t« OR. WAMO 4 CO.. Ueitiawii Mo. 



.^.'Jt Practical Life. !;?;„'i?.;:i::r."X 

AurnTS WANTRU, tTA i. #likO Mr Mvpth. 



MTSWantMta 



iHiMMMnor 
YOUtH mdMANHOOO 

^'""K.vffiir* 

(V ArllYIICLiN of »rear'i 
' eiHTleeee. Don't poiMia 
^uur !J^d^ Willi _I)riiji.,J iH f el 

J ftee"i»dj£laei 

I aapoiii, rnaa Hata. nflim 
THC raiUIHU. lea 2U, MllmakM. WIr 




[•rraaeHjtjeat cree" aa4.Veetrtc 



IIONII 



Nrvir f,ii'« ti r iro Ftvtr and Ague, laleraiHteai Fenr, Oaaib Afae, Dytpepah, Lher 
Compliiflt, 'idrqnttioii, Colic mid Flu . It will Ciu« C ii M .iMi i . It la a aale Aall-billeua 
Alterative il , ..,1.1 mild and Dall|Mflil lairl|eraal iM Delleata Wanaii, tpamctlll noupe- 
raut alter to,. „_,„. m M debilitated and ladtMid hf llnlinMa iii mrikBt appetltcr, 
glrei tone la the diKciuvc .,.,;iinii, preventa Malaria, tmoei up flu QatMi, alluilliMii the portal 
clronlatliin and clcam tlio whole animal economy Irom the •eedlot dlaeaae. Tha ilightait 
attii' k ol (i^ver mny he u prelude lo ii,c wnrat, and the remedy (hat would conquer it whlUt It 
la yot ill ita commcoccmeat, may be of no Talue when It U at Iti full deralopment. Particu- 
larly il tUi the OMa with penosa anand whom th« pcatitemui Influenca of Mtlirli oUap la 
the tormot Dmk ekMh, ■rear Af aa, PalaftI •Mtaa, aad Weak Maaarii. 

For Ih* Con of all the abera DUwaati tUa jnpanillob Mnli nulnM, lad Iti good 
anil permanent effecta are atteatad by thoanndli nd it li mmMmbM iUkt trih* .blut 
medical mot and tha mtnliur. 

TRV IT, (11 TOO that in tfllotad, and b* oooflnoel o( III mndarinl powat and bened- 
elal aflbeta. 



STOWIACH RITTERS 



rABJIEBa aad rARnfSM' 



niRAMSIBLErtCO. 

"^*^TURNIP 




Seed! 



Send for || ' CATALOQUCIt PRICE LIST. 

HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. 

ROCHESTER N,Y. CHICAGO III. 

V9-I83 MAIN STREET. 200-206 Randolch S( 



REST 



MSiSLEISSEEDS 

b« Jyo^Eji.y, ANTS, for AM. CRoB!: fffflFBl. 



3IATI-.H, All BM If-lc^l; ouiy 
.  :rnfn nnd rnrm Hrrrf illnnuiu I X 

lof ciiltiiro of  irr-iii". Ito. t Vrf\\n, UnM 

,____;»ti,,;^i«a'lUJ^irpAEEi' «-ot „uii,ii. 

UuirituM HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. Rochester, N.Y, Chlci(o,ltl. 




not, lire i« HwerpinK hy, ffo and daro 
lli'f,,rii vmi llle, kimiellilng inighly 
mill Hiililliiie li-iiii, behliiil to roniiner 
tiiiH ." fiiOii iii'i'lt ill j,)iir own tiiwii. 
Id imiill free. N,, iihk. erj thIiiK hew. 
Ctt|iitiil /lot iei|iiiieil. We Hill lui'iiiah you 
ovorvtliloK. Many are naklui; lortuiiua. i,n- 
illea make a. inuon aa men, nuil boy* anil giria 
inuke great pay. Iteailer, 1( you want buai- 
lne». al whioh yon oan make great par all tba 

■ .toU.fllLLITT * 

IiTecilylll) 



time, write tor pantoiilara . 
Co., I'ortlanU, Maine. 



HflpkinsviUe IgaEWsJgrlw, 

ANDREW HAy^ Propijiptor.!^ 

m m mm imii hamnis, mm " 



IS83. |($«7J6« «1S83 

TBS 

South Eentuokiao 

Anil lionliiV'ille 

Weekly Courier-Journal 



Ontivt^hrii.n. Two piipori* for little tiictro 
ihaiCihipi'loo lit one. 

|S.7r) nn l i-ft'i'^'c vonr Ihhhc iin|n r 
WtMlUnCOurit'i-.ltMivtiHl tlw lirel. lirlttliU-Ht 
Mf(l^M^iry ilv Ur.'VIv . ill UM' '.niiitrv. 



GOODS r 



GET NC 



The South Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 1883-10-30

4 pages, edition 01

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