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VOLUME V. 



HOPKTNSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. NOVEMBER 9; 1883. 



OHAt. «. MtAOHAM. W. A. WILflW. 

ItBURD KVEHY TUIMIIAT AND PKIIIAV 

MOIIMNd IIY 

MEACHAM & WILGUS. 

fvnhnttKM AKo mopnttroMt, 

t^t^*if*^fS^jf^t^ i'St* «*S»'S %«S^^^ i'Si^»^^ M,.«^Ww 

IITBSORlFTIOIf K4TBS 

Oiii  i'o| y, Mill* yoar, t trU-tl}* ript!i hi nd- 

Iiw 

(»tu  ri)|)y, rti\ iiitiiltllM 11,'fi 

NiiMUlHM.'rl|itloii4 Inkrii nu linh- ati l ull pn|H-r« 

Om) t-opx frt'flo Miiy oitt] MMxlliig uit flvo 
yeariy nub »lMcrilipn. 

BUSINESS CARDS. 
ART PAPER HANGER 

Asp I\tkiiiiiii nKciiiiATnii, 
llOl'KJN'SVII.I.i;. - - - - KY., 
\VI«hrK rn rfn|H rlfiillv ofTi-r III* wrvlci'ii ni«l 

NikTIIKN YK«Mi« t'UMITANT I'RAiTlUK lit Itu' 

Wnii I'up.. i.ii'lnmt, tolhi ettlMiK MUiU 
■ C«i 



• i.irtiiii: hi romM Wi woriMKMklli fwlly 
jCimrntJiH**!. 

N. It. I iim Iho nnlv iwnm In Rontlwr* 
Kriihhtkr ilial fiillnwi lh« butlniwi vKQlniivit* 
ly •ml kH|M u|i »iih all llin laloat uvlw mi 
'UiuiiniH III Mih aiii-n uf uacli ■ci»*iu. 
iim • H M. 



R. W. HENRY. 

, HOPKINSVILLE,KY. 

""W.P. WINFREE, 
-ATTOKNEYatLAW 

n0PKlN8VJLLE, KY. 

WlllpnrUNi In Clmilt I'nnrl nl (iirUilfin 
•Mil ntlHHHlutf eovnlU'*.  .lll6« III UMirilitiiiav. 

DRViTM-FUQUA, 

OflicR in Pos^cll Building, 
flUPKINSVILLE, KY. 

Ivj,..i . -1 

Andrew Sear gent, M. D,. 

MAIN sti:i;!:t. 
bppo3i*-3 Hjppsr'o Dni3 Stor9. 

At OSu Bij or Ki{li 

■ ARTIFICIAL TCGia 

liiiM'itoil ill l''itii-oii ininutpi aflvr nat- 
ami ime'K nTi  cxlmdcii. I v 

2L H. BOUKXTZ, 
PUi^TIST. 

I!ni»KIN8VILLE, KY. 

Campbell & Medley 
SSXTTZSTS. 

im BEABD fiUILOmff. 

Utin 8t. HopkiDirni* Kv, 



NUMBER 46. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 



IMMMt lnTIf CIH'NTV COHMITrKK. 

 :. \.i  KH'i| iiti. cii'm.. Ilopmnarlll'.'. 
t lill-. M. Mnu liilill, Sao'lx.) " 
s. t). Illicklii r, '• 
0 H. Hrawn, 

X, W. WnlkiT. •• 

W. ft. HmiiniiKli. IVinhrnlte. 
.1. M. I'T'iiil, llnlnlirlitKe. 
.Inn.  l. Ihillti, rriifU)!). 

IIPII i'MrllT, I'L'.UtL*. 

Jm . i;. Whltlonk, Nawatntil. 

AluUaPM/, (iarrtiMliunc. 

UIRODIT OO0HT. 

.lohn lt.ltntw4iKICS.Uwlu.Hr.. B. T. Un- 
dxririml dark. HoiMilnair lla, Ry. Court 
nia  !■ tint Homlaf in Marah anil Vptaniinir. 

iiDAiii) or ciTr uuuHci^   Kii. 

.Iniivl- l.tTRtHiChalniU. 

K I', I ^MI IIVM,, 

1- . .' , l:. i.KM i.i., 

I  It IU\in , 

II I . M.I Axr, 

M LirHTiim. 

Wii. Ki.Mii. 
Mpi'I" )•! Tin-« Uv In »*n'-li inintll nn * (mlijnct 
In till* I- II II 'if ll'eClmirniiin .M ruling a titilil I" 
cUy t oiirl ri. .ii,a 

gii \RTi'.iti.v cni KT, 
W. P. Wiarraa Juilc*. Maata Inil Mon.l»y 
in If irah, Jiina, Rapininliar. Umiainliar. 

roi'MTV Cnl'lIT 
M'. I'. \V mil. c .111 1-.., |- I.. ^.Iirii', Allor- 
nry. ati rla lli.l M  ii l'i  m.'v^ry iiiunlli. 

riTV rm ilT. 

.fnait npa*lii r. JihIki-: .1. W. IMwner At- 
lamaxi If, W. lllHaraMf, iJhwt at I'oUlaa. 

•■OI'KTV OVFirrM. 

W. itraiUillt. l.1« kt U. M. nrawn. 



LAYTONSVILLEEY. 



IHS:). 



i:i 



Joha . . 

tharlf! A. H. LoBi.Jtllar. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY. 

ll«rTi«T— »«nlli Main BtrMt, Rer, T. (i. 
Kaan. t»Bi*tor. Hortirfa pvar.v Sabbath imini- 
In* anil i*vi'ninff. Hunitav Khmil i^vitry miIi- 
lialli MurnlJia. Piayar maatlna WailncMlav 
niiM. niialnaM maaDng Irak ^tallnl'•lllly 
nilihl la oarN mualh, 

f liitlHTUN- -Nn.livllli' Slrror. — 

— - s,.rvi.i-" i-vpry r-Hl liath nioni- 
li.i; .»t-.l «'\ -iiiiiif. '.iil.tl'iv 'm'lii.iil .l..'r\ ^.1... 
in.triii.iir. riBji'rtiM*i*liliKil\i'ry Wil.liiiiii* 
I'VrliliiK. 

Vn.ln llli  "lii i'l. Iti'V 



.11 



"School Government," nfler wlilrh a 
^ciicinl (lini-iiKsioir took |il.ii i  on ilir 
mine siiliji'cl. wliii-li was parliripMicil 
in liy iiiuiiy (if llii' im inli. rs, 

•' (ii'iiiiiiiiai- : lu Klciiii'iilary I'l-iii- 
i-i|i!i' ." Wii« ili-i-ii -si'il liy (;i (ir;.'c K. 
'I'yliT. lldw 111 'I'lMi li Cliililrni Ihi' 
Al|iha!ii'l," liy .luliii Dirlu'iis. ".SiMi- 
I ruction anil Aildilion," by II. .M. 
Ili.li.iiy iiuUwid wild grai)0« are jfolcumn. "The llcst Slitlioil ,ii 

'i'cttchinn llisloi'y," by A. I.. liiiiki s- 
Till' bill" ciiii) (if liisli iiiilRtOCii Is Thono loacbers Kliiiwcil iinito :i laiiiil- 



Xiivciiibi'i' ( 
I 1 II !u \ 1 : I i,i v\ : 
Wiii'al Miuiii:;- i^ ahoiil llii-nii'.'li 
aiiil llii' Cu'iiii r  liavr -nwril an iiii- 
niliiMiiiiily lar;;i  iTii|i iliis yi'ur. CkI'II 
;;albi'i'!nj; lia- rniiiiin'iinMl ailil It 1» 
inakinjr a spleniliil yield. 



iriip III' li'iili piilRtoCii Is 
iiiil a- jriKMlas wan exiiccloil. 

Siir^'lium-maklng In tlio order of 
till' ilay In iiiiil arouml here. 

.Mr. .Iim Sled la liiivtiifr liix lioiise 
renioilcli'il airl a iirw riiiiiii liiiilt. 

Till- lii'V. l)iMri~ lia- piiri liasril llie 
liiriii dl' Mr. Mi'lrlii'i- liicii' ami will 
niukntlial liis I'litiiri' Iiiiiih' iind Mr. 
I'lTce will iiiovolii Klixabutlitowii, 

ICsip M. V. D. Lnylon liit pur- 
I'tiiiM'il tlio farm owneil by Mr. Kiuli 
.MaloliP, IIOBI' tills plaee. 

} \r. Bin lUrdnu has |iiirclia80 l 
Koinii land fVoni Mr. Blovo Ilayos and 
will eominonro buildilij; on It in few 
daya, 

Ai'uniM arc nbniidiint and from 
iniirning till iilKlit you eaii hear the 
I'liatter oftho wooiliicckcr laying up 
llii Ktitiv. 

'I'lir apple crop i  nboiil liurvoHtcd 
and III!' IickI f'rnil !..  sent to tlie city 
iniirkcl, wc cimiml SI C « liy our I'ar- 
inci^dii tiol il\ to keep ilieir t'niit tor 
lionic niarkel ti« iiiaii  tiinr^ t!ie ••aiiie 
applea WiillUI brinx Hn'tn twice the 



.ilui I 

r iDCi-tliiK 



«l. K -111 ni 

ILiilitliih. (.1 1. .Stivl 

iiii.i .lii.M anil   vi'iilii|{. ^1 
f.1111 ttiv iicriiiiiit. I'rai 
Wv.lHCMlax uvvuiuy. 

KiaaT rKtfivriiauK— nnaaallrllla hioti 

Iti'v. I(. II. i i. r. eaauir. Harvlnwa I'vi-rv 

!..ililiiiih nioriiiiiir Aiiil cv.iiilalt. HlllMlayai'liiii'l 
•■v -r\ Min.ia% iii. riiiiii{ I'rajrar larrtuix u«v 
r% WctliMiwta} i.rt:iilii)[. 

iia»ct ii'ri»ciir»t-ll ", 4. ft. Tanahlo 
lli'iii.r. Srviiui lu Couri'houu tiTcry ttua* 
 lii  iiKirnliiK. 

i^uTiii-.Hs rRriavTKKi AH— NaahTillfl street. 
\ . .1 I . 'I nir, |iNp(iii. Nirvlaia lat and 3nl 
Milii.avli iiiKi i iii|f mill i vrMlay* INiatUV avliuul 
I'ti r. Mimiai iiiuiiiiiiic. t*nMr iMaUacaira- 
ry Woluvailay uviiuiiitf. 

('1TII0I.IC— Naali'ltla Html. Hit, Kathrr 
llayva, rnaal. Sarrloaa avury Sablmih iiiwru. 
Ing akitii'ciuak. 



•jni«»,i 'anirin 

r  'T 'isn * {i!Hiai t|i» | n |iui no ■m«i| 
i| uiii|] aa|j ta,i|aai,| «a.ii|ini ii w|i n) Imm 
•ill*M«N— **iaaxAana,| «x« iiaaa.i.t 



larily with the mibjects, and illns- 
trateil their nielhodg of toacliing in n 
brief but iiitclliKent manner. 

All essay on the aubjcct of " licail- 
Ing " was read by Mi-s. I. X. Camp- 
bell, and one on the " (juall(lcatioii 
of Teaehors and TrusUMw " was read 
by JI. M. Coleman. These essays 
were very entertaining tu their uhar- 
actor. ^ 

l!ev. i;. Willinni.«, of Soiilli Carroll- 
ton, was present, and iinulc Miine 
very iiislriiclivc rclnai-Us. 

A  |nery box was oiicncd by Iho 
Iimtitiiie, wliiidi added much intvrcst 
to the meeting. 

On motion of W. U Cansler.'a 
comiuitloe of nine wait aiipolnted by 
tlio cbalr to take steps tuward i oi- 
vanUlng a iicrmaiioiit teachers' assu- 
eiatloii for the county of Christian, 
viz : K. W. (Jlaiis, W. L. (.'aiislor, 1. 
X. Cainplicll. .Mrs. It. X. Lander, Mrs- 
.M. I., \ oiin;,'. .Miss \. L. Moorinnn) 
Mi-s Carrie Harvey. I). II. Marshall 
money they get fiir tliuni at gathering and .1. .1. riimini.'. -aid coiiiiniilce |o 
K. \v. j time. I report on Tliiirsday, beicniber 2ti. 

' .Si hdol is under full lieadway butj The comnilltee on lesnlnt'ons. 
Willi a spiall attendance. Il M-enis : t|iniii rh Iheir eliairiiian, A. ('. liank:   
cnrioiis thai some iieoplc would rath-. iviHirteil Iho f:)l!owlnj.' re.-oliHions : 
er llieir children would liow up in \Viikiii;as, W e, the teachers and 
i;.'iioiaiice thantolio im.ilr I iml at IVlends of education, lieiii'' desirous 



OOOS A BZOS, 

PREilUM U6ER BEER 

CITr BREWERY. 

BVANaVII.Ll. IHniANA. 



110.114. apiMrtavmthat. 



Edward Laurent. 

ABOHITEGI, 

I Ho. M I'UDIJC 84UAUK, 

KMmfii.tB, xmnnmma. 



0. H. BUSH. 

,A.TT03»imr jIl.T X.Jk.'W. 
llill'KlSSVII.I.i:. KV. 
IISI. r n llh li. A. ('Ii«iu|inii. Wi'brr Ulis-k, iV'lll 
IT:i. il  i ln CtiHatlan anil AitMnlng L'aaalKa. 
I 111.1.1:1 TIDN A aPKl'lALTY. 
iiiiv .il-ly. 



nm m m 

BOTOHT and SOLD 

AT— 

Polk Oansler's 
Livery Feed & Sale Stable. 

Aneliiin sale ol Live Slock, Satur- 
day alter Hecoiid ilonday in each 
mouth. BiMMilal livery rates given In 
oommcrclfti men. 

itwaaHallla m r tl , imr Main. 

Come and ICO mo. 

.Ajidrew.Hall, 

IlK.M.KIl IN' 

Granite and Marble 
MONUMENTS 
'And Lime. 

con. vmoiNiA and bprino 

STOBETS, ^ 
IIOPKINSVIU^E, Ky. 



BEITSVOUDIT SOCISTIES. 

llorkiNarilU tMIB. No.ri. A. V. * A. M, 

Main aiiXntirlnc tlraata, im Mowlay nigkt 

IB vai-li iiMitilli 

Oall NT^i. I 11 iri i:H No. 14 -!;il  '' ■  n.\ " a- 
Uona Xiiil Uunilny iilulil nf cai li iiumiIIi at .^Iu- 
•unla Hall. Ump. K. M. Kalrlvlsh, Mi||li 
I'naatt U It. UMrlrli.HoonUry, 

Mooai unmitmnr Mo. l. K. T-Itecniar 
rnuii|a e 4in Uu .ilaji III Mall laoatli at Maaoa- 
Ir. Hall, ^lr 11. W. Moua, k, C; »lr Nat 

(iallliiT. ItiTiinior. 

M.uviiv 1 lUM II. No. 6. I IIIISIN KaHMM— 
M. I.l|iallm . I . I .; II. W lliiiriuiii, .W ntary. 
Mtwla In K. Ill I'. Hall, Snil aii l llli Mumlay 
alakla la «ai-li itiuntl'. 

KraanataN Liim i . N" K. i.i I'. -.1. 

W. Inala, lli«ii.. l"i 1 .iiciin .1.1 . II. ». 

Ilrnrj, Kwiiicr i.f u 1- .-. ni .Mocu 

till aatia lull mill ami «l  lliiiiailnv msUtin 
rai h lauuili Kwluwwvul raak, Inl Mouda) 
rviMilnn incnrh luouUi. A. U. Koilgara. flea.; 
I.. II, Ua«ia, Mo anil Vrraa, 

caaiiTiA!. Liimii:. N". «-.i . k of il. -M 

I.ImiIiii', iMi'latoi ; W. I'. lUii llc. lii riinlrr. 
M.'vlii III K. Ill I'. II.1II. Ili'ni'l iMi.laiiii:, 2111I 
anil 3m1 1 iicMlut iiiiilit. Ill 1111 II iioiiitii. 

Ilai-iii.'4avii.L  Cucscii., Nu. ii* IIuvai. 
A*aA«eH-J, I, l^ailoa, llcganii Qoo. C. 
tmi. Harnury. Maautad aad «lhThiin- 
ila) iiifhla In K.utl'. Ilnll. 

UUSM Rivi.R l.olii.l.. Nil. M. I.   . II. 
JttllB Yuuiiit. Niil'lii t.iaiiil; W. K. Uaioili-. 
SeiTotart. Mei u i-vi-r) t'riilai iiljilit in K. iif 
I' H ill Mem) KniMWwaivul.Ka.SI, I. U.U. 
K v.. .M. ABdaiwa, 0. IM W. ¥. UaMlo, 
SVC I L- wry. 

ANCiKxr Oanm I'wTan Woamni-n. W. 
nalilwlii, M. W.;J.W. ( niM, II. MrcUliiil 
an'lllli I'ui'ailttyi in ciu-ll niuiitli, at K.ufl'. 
Hall. 

KHianTs or Tus lioLUBK Caosa— J. W. I. 
taiiU, M.U.; W. K. TIWMapauB, IT. K. p( H. 
Haala IM •wi M irrluaya la eaek MaW la K 
3 K Mall, 

CI)l.llllV:i  I.ODIiKS. 
FHieKTioii LuDUK, No. Ti, 1:. II.— McclB lit 
aadlnlXuaailay uUliu In lUill'i Hall. 
UlMa,W.M; I..II. linckiiur,tlOTn'Ury. 

HrsAMii Turks, Mo. is, B. or r.- 
MiHiu Sua and Itli Viiasdaia In aaak luaoUi. 
AnsuaU UonaB, W KauaUtkjr.aosnu- 

ry 

lIupkiXKVii.i.k luinia, NO. INt,a. V.O. 
or u. K.-iUi'tii iiiii uiiii  U Uundav niKliu 
at Uall'a Ilnll. Lliiirka l.tglitfuot, M. (1.; It. 
N. LaBdar,t..!i. 

IliirKiKiivii.Lx I.ODas, No. I. V. It. R.— 
Mil l, ut ami tnl Movlay alaku at nall'a 
Hall. 1'. Hull, Prvakloal, K. UaNMl, «a«n- 

tnrv. 



HclliHit. It Is eiioil^'li 1 1 make llie 
parent i.|iiiddcr lo ree Ilie niinibcr 
thai eailliol ivad and write and then 
see Ilia own n(!'ti| ring pnrsniiii; the 
saiiie. A eliilJ cannot l o rohheil nl° 
ll« cliiealion. 

Jlr. Monroe I,aey wears a broad 
siiiIIp. It is a lioy. 

Mr. itaines Itarned liad liU hIiouI- 
iter kiioekod out of plaiv one day last 
week and has lioen HUlTisriiig with it 
vrr - much over alncp. i^,.,,,,,,, ,,„„ 

Miss Mallssa Mcacliain, a beniilil'nl 
voiiiig ladyfitini Tciiiioiwo, is a|H!iiil- 
iiig the month with hi r aunt, Mrt. 
.Iiibii Haniml. 

Mi^s Ttiini Oglcthmiip, * boautlfki 
bliiiidc rrom Todd, Is llie gliest of 
Ml-. .i;m Stii lc. 

Mariicil. on llic il of Oct.. Miss 
Mary .loncs to Mr. I.ciii lira-hicr. 
Tlieic are li:\!!'a doj-eii more iiiar- 
liaoc- liioKcil r.ir this nniiith. 

Thi'i'c lia  lii'cii a scroinl crop ul' 
dani-i'ii- oioHii ai .Mr. .loliii C irror- 
tliis \car anil Ilicclicrrv trees were al- 
so in lull liloi.iii ao;iiii iiiilil Wcdlies. 
day ni^'lit and the t'rost killed them 
then. 

Died, last Tlinrsilay, at Kalrvicw, 
Mrs. Andy Keniicr. 

8U.110M. 



SINKING- rOEK, KY. 



ls,- :;. 



Colored IsstUnte of Christian 
Xountj. 

llui'Ki\svii i.K. Kv.. X.iv. 1. l,S8:l. 

riu -iiaiil 111 till' call 111' Ihc ( 'iimily 
( 'oiiiiiii—iniior. Ilic loliiiTil teachers 
111' Chli-llali riiiiiilv liu'l ill an lllsli- 
tiitc November 1-1 ami '.'d. The I'ol- 
Iowiii}( teachers were pn -ciil ; I. II. 
.lones. Will. Smiley. Win. I,. ( aiisler. 
I. N. Campbell, (leo. K.Tyler, C. -Ma- 
lone, .loliii Dickens, II. M. Coleman, 
1'. A. Ilaiiiby. W. II Kox. linlicrt 
Dade, J. .1. l-'Icming, T. C. Wooslcy, 
J, n. Dabnoy, A, U. Uurkcs, A. M. 
Webb, 1). H. Marshall, Mrs. W. J. 
Ilarvoy, Mrs. I. N. Campbell, Mrs. It 
N. iJinder, Mrs. M. 1* Young, Misses 



of the iiitelleetual advanceinciit ot' 
the cdlorcd rhltdrrn of our eoiinty 
and Commonwealth, which advance- 
niciit must ile|xiud in a great mens- 
uro u|K u our oblalning the inllueiirc 
and united pflbrls of tliosn whose 
duty It is to better the condition of 
our common sclinoli  : and, 

AVllKllK.ts, 1 1 ap)ieai s that !u many 
Idistricis III llie cuiiiily ilie colored 
piiiple are iiccliii^' 10111101 ialilc 
and are iiiialilc to build 
llielli, and lor Ibis ami o'lier caii-i - 
parciils fail to -einl tlicir cliildreii to 
SI liiMil. 'riicrefiire. be || 

Jlcsiih i'il, 'I'lial the colored people 
of the mil Illy, and oll'.i ers havinir in- 
fluence in these matters, should exert 
thenisclvu to raise means to build 
mom school houses and better ones, 
and also to procui-c a bolter attend- 
ftiiee of the children. 

Jtenohetl. That the SnperlntendenI 
of rubllc Instructiini and onr Sena- 
tor and liepresentalive in the l.eois- 
laliirc be icspci lf.illy rci|iicsled to 
take into coiisideralioii the ciiiidilioii 
of the colored people, and llicir ina- 
bility to rai-e iiicaiis lo biiilil -chnol 
houses, and llial they be rcipicslcd lo 
place Ihi-i mailer before the next 
tieiieral Asi-embly of our Stale, and 
ask that such leoi-lalinn be had as 
they deem jiist lyid |iioper. in order 
thai llie ciilercd people • may be eii- 
aliled to liiive -nilalile school houses, 
and thus receive the full bcnctlts of 
the common school ftind. 

The iTjiort was niiaiiiiiunisly 
adopted, and tlio secrelary was iii- 
strneled In furnish a copy of said 
resoliilioiis lo the Senator and lieprc- 
seiilalive from onr Seiialorial and 
Iteprescutalivu district, and lo the 
Superintendent of Publio Instnic- 
lion. 

The choir, iiiidcr Hie leadership of 
Mrs. M. ]j. V»ung and tbo lady 
teacliors, furnished cscellciit mu.sie. 

On motion, the Srui-'WEKKt.v 
South ICRSTtrrKUN and the New 



Novciii 

KlilToi: S,,i Til Ki v 1 ; I !»■ \s : 

As villi liui'e no I'oni'spiiiiilcnl IVoiii 
Ibis pan of llie eoiiiily. I M ill eii- 
ilcavor lo I'liriiisli yon with a few 
Hems. 

A prolrarieil iiieelini.', coiiiliicled 
by Hrii-. Spiirliii and Dorris, ciiiii- 
mciiccil 111 IJrick Claircli last Satur- 
day. Thus far, lliey have had but 

little success. 

^liss Mary AVood is leaching a 
llani'i.shiii|r hcIiouI nl I'isgah. 

Miss i]o. I'ylc, after a jirolraetcd 
visit to your city, noturneil homo last 
Sninlay. She was accompanied by 
Mr. Dick Everett. ' 

A number of young lailies and 
gentlemen of this neighborhood at- 
tended a dance at Mr. Ueo. Uolay's, 
last Monday night. Thoy report 
having a pleasant time. 

The young people had a merry 
time at an cntcrtalnincnt given by 
Mr. John raync. 

A little daughter of Dr. Tlarrin is 
quite low with typhoid fever. Fears 
aro entertained that she will not re- 
cover. 

Mr. Lewis CiiUirlc. who has bccii 
quite sic!;, is now eoiivalesrent. 

Tile marriaoe Ihmiui has at last 
siriiel; Ihi- iiciolibiirliooil, aiij^from 
present indications, a large nnniher 
will become its Tiwiiins ore Iho "ides 
of Maicli." 

Mr. .Iiilie 'riiiii'iiiaii ami MUs Txilla 
Wood Were iiiiiicl in marriage, by 
the !!ev. Mr. Dorris. al the residence 
of the bride's I'Litlief, last Thursday 
evening, at four o'clock. Iminediale- 
ly after the eoveinony was perfiiriiied 
liie bridal party, accompanied by a 
iiniiiber of invited puesln, repaired 
lo the resiilmieo of the groom, where 
a lioiiiitlful repast was spread for 
tliciii. Mr. Tliuruiaii is a well-to-do 
young famiier, and is highly esteemed 
by all wlio know him. Ills liridn is 
a beautiful daughter of Mr. I ee 
M'ooil, aiid has been considered tlie 
belle of the neighborhood. I wish 
them all Ihc haiipiness they deserve. 

Mr. ' iTainos Cox and Miss Liy.xic 
('ravens were married the :X)th nil., 
at the residenep of Ihc bride's father. 
Their marriage was of a somewhat 
rmiantie eharaeler. flwing 10 ob- 
jeelions on the part of the biTile's 
parciils. il was their iiileiitinii In o,, 
lo Clai l.sv ille Siiiiiiay iiiglil. bnl. 
owing lo the iiieleineiicy of the 
weather, lliey did iml gel oil'. On 
Monday l!ie old people, beariiio of 
the dclcriiiiiied inlenlions of llieir 
daughter, coiirlinled lo lei ilicm 
marry in peaee. Diiiiiig ihc cere- 
mony the bride's niollier faiiiled. I 
lio|ie thai the onioin will never give 
the parents cause lo legre! the clioiee 
tlicir duugliter has made. 

IlAYSioxn. 






Uli and BAKER W DRILLS 



I I tim niiu unuL iiniiiiuiiU| 

J. I. Case Fine Steel and Chilled 



"Old Hickory" Farm and Spring Wagons, 

Cider Mills, Cutting Bozos, and Com Shellere. 

Ml Srag AliaoM fur B»ii DriUii Foroe, Seotioi aid C&ain Fnipi. 

Wo guarantee orory nriii lc wo soil and a trial is all wo ask. 
Very llespcetlnlly, 

0. W. METCALFE & BRO., 

Virginia St, llopklnsvlllc, Ky. 



INSURE 'rOI7R 

Lift aad Fiopert7 

-WITII- 
Wallaaa, I,nnir ft Onmatt, 

DIli.-oNii.l.IIiMiryniiiik. 
liepre-i iiliiig over 

$80,000,000 

OF INSURANCE CAPITM. 



HMNA BEOS. & CO. 



Manufacturers And Dealers in 

Steam Engines, Saw Mills, 

Pulleys. Shafting, Hg^ngers, 

LZATSSZl ^ism ILUSBSB. BBLTZITG, 

PACKING, OAS PIPE, BRASS aOODS. MALEABLE lUON. 
FBTTno An  Shrit Iboii Works. 

Repairing Engines, , Boilers and Separators a Specialty, 
HOPKiNSyiLLE, ICY. 



tath-n-'n-iT. 



n. O. ADBSXATUY. 



n. B. ABEnXATHT. 



C. E. Ilarvoy, Nora Lk Moorman, Del 
lie A. Brown, Jonnle I* Brewer, Al- j ^cre requested to puMlsh the 
ice UcLaln, Baohol toupeo and Ilosa | ,„wccdings of the Institute. 

Knight. ; On iiiolioii. llie Insliliile adjourned 



FOST OFFICE. 



llrlilEii SIrciit, Juo. U. Gowtin, I'. 

linuri.fi.li 



1.01,1. M. Oflii'O 

_., lulr. ■„ anil tlw amna la 

iilniioi.i'ii for 11 Hliork Uno ktur Uia arrlTal ol 
iiu' I'M niiii: niiilla, atSr.M. Sunlav o|wii 

from i 111 4 r. y. 



EXPRESS OFFICE 

SncTiiEHS Kxraiss t'oMrAHT-tt. W. Nor- 
woml, A«uBl. umaa old Hank bnlldtnc Main 

streot. 



nav. My. 




TitOUSAMDfl if lef.r.'ii.ei fmni iw.i.i ii. cure.!. No 
Wt aiilll"n3. Ur J. !t TKrllltNa. Ubsniir. 0. 



Holland's Opera House. 

Main stm-t, ailj»lnin( riiMalx noUl. 
Hand. Pi 

aiiiir. 



N't, V 

II Holland, Pruyrlatori A. U. Kodfara, Han' 




Par 
Mmik. 



lffl^«uaiT S'^fllMliamkiS' 



Semi-Weekly 
South Kentuckian 

• And Louisville 

Weekly Courier-Journal 



Oni) yi-nr for *s «. T\ro|iaporafor Utile moro 
than the prliie nf mit'. 

Sonilua f:l.S•^ auM ri'i-.-ivr voiir homo pajinr 
wllliUiaConrlor.,tournal iho boat, brlrhtcal 
ndsbiastranllv WoakiT, Inthooouatrv, , 



V. „ 

The meeting was called to order by 
Judge G. A. ChampUn, Conininn 
School Commissioner. On motion, I, 
II. .Tones was oloeted president, Mrs, 
W. .T. Ilarvoy, vloo-preildent, and 
W. I.. Caiislcr and D. II. Marshall, 

•relaries. 

The Mibject. •■ Needs and V.'anis of 
th(^ ('oinnioii Srlmiils in ihc Coniily," 
was discussed al Iciiglli by ilie inein- 
bers. The general seiiliiiieiil was 
that licller bouse-, more money for 
selioiil purposes, moiitlily pay for 
leacliei's and a eompnlsoi'V system t)f 
edncalion were needed, 

Mr. J. J. rieming disenssed, in a 
very lutolllgciit manner, the method 
of teaching interest. 

Fractions were discussed by I. N. | 
Campbell and D. II. Mar«hAll, Who 
seemed to bo well acqnalntod with 
the subject, and handled it in an In- 
tolllgent manner. 

W. U Cansler road an liitcixistliig 
paper on the subject of "The Moral 
anil Intellectual HablU of tbo Toach- 
ei'." The wi'ltol' insisted on teaehcra 



to meet Thnr-day. Dei ember 2(i,l.S.S3. 

I. II. .loxKs, IVsldcnt. 

I), II. Ma1ISIIAU.,  o.„.„a.j„. 

W. U Casslieb. \ Secretaries. 



EELL7. 

Farmers arc yet eo\yIiig wheat, 
though some aredoneaiid arelianl- 
Ing np their flro wood fbr winter. A 
largo acreage will be sown and If the 
coming wheat year ptovos to be a 
gootloiio, the vicinity aCKcllywill 
comb forward with her imrt. 

Henry linyd now rears back and 
Pays ils "jiapa's boy, its jiapa's bo_\-." 

An oyster snpiier was given at llinl 
Meaeliain's slore last Tuesday night. 
Alai'ge crowd was in alleiidaneo, it is 
nlflo for all the neighbors gath- 
er togetlier mnl have some kind 
iifaii eiileil.iiiiiiii'iit for enjoyment. 
Mr. Meacliani fooled most of the e.\- 
pcnses. 



Damon and Pythias. 

t. iiiriiinuti .Satunlfiy Nii^lit, 

Von seldom see such friemU'uip as 
existed bet ween Damon and Pytliias. 
Whou Donotrlus, tlio tr}-ant of Syra- 
cuse, condemned Damon to death for 
donouueliig blm at a public meeting 
of the city coancfl, in'vliichho repre- 
sented the fourth ward, Damon asked 
the privilege Of mmilng oTor to Lake 
C'liauiamina, where his wife was 
spending the summer, for the pur- 
pose of bidding her farewell, and 
I'ytliias agreed, to go in jail, in liis 
place, as security for his return, hav- 
ing no real estate In pledge. 

Damon, as is well known, got back 
in the nick of lime, though il was a 
tiglif si|ueeze to doit. The lyiani was 
so struck with lulininition that ho re- 
leased them both. 

That was a great many years ago. 
Had it been in uiirday, Damon, in- 
stead of coming b.ick, would have 
kept rigid on for S;ui rraiu iseo and 
taken the 'irsi steamer i'oi- ilie Sand- 
wich Island.?. Yea, and In^ would 
have borrowed all tho money I'ylhias 
had before leaving Syracnsc, and like 
as not, coaxed Mr. Pythias to run 
away with blm. 

And as for P)'thins— well, tbo world 
eonldn't produce a man now who 
wouldn't go back on Ikjs best friend, 
if that friend had a iialtcr around his 
neck. The I'ytliias of to-day might 
■nuke n]i]iIieation for a card of admis- 
sion to the hanging, and sell it to a 
nowspaiier reporter, but that is about 
as far as his friendship would permit 
liini to go. 




ABSRlTATaT (ft CO., 

TOBACCO COMMISSION MEROSANTS. 

OENTllAL AVAltEnOUSE. UOPKINSVILLK. KENTUCKY. 



Tho coioi-cd people failed in their 
iiaving sclf-couti'on good morals and I P™t™c«« l mooting here, 
a i-cgular course of private study. | ' Bob Longand family of Manlton, 
"Ceography: How it Shonhl he Hopkins eotinty, ars visiting rela- 
'I'aught In Ib'giniiers." was ably dis- ' lives near here, 
cussed by Will. Smiley and cilln rs. ,|. ,1. Horn's daiigliler is very sick 
An instructive essay was also read [now. 

by Mrs. J, Harvey, subject, ' Mkbiiia. 



Consumption Cnred. 

An old pliyalolau.-retlnHl from iirnrlifc. tinv- 
iiiK had plaoeit In hla hands by nn Kimi Imtlii 
Mi.^-)oniiry Ilin fiirniilla of ii siiiiplo vi'Ki-IhIiIi' 
r.'iiu'ily fiirllii' sju'i'ily ami inTiiiaiient nire of 
i''ilisuui]illiin. Ilronrliltis, Cnlarrli. nsUiiiui illiil 
nil timmt nml l.uiitr iiiTi'riiiins, til.^o a [losltlvo 
nnil rnilinnl rure fnrNervoiiri lu-liiliiy niiitnll 
Norvotia Coinplaliita, nftor IihvIiik ttvlinl ii.s 
mnderCnl cnrattva povm In thouaainis of 
eaaea, has frit It hia dntr to nialio It known lo 
hlaaiitreriiii; fcllowH. ,\i'iii.'iii' l liy iiii- 
and n ilf.siiT lo rclifvi* tiiiiiiaii elllt'.'^in^^ I Mill 
aend free of rliarne, lo all wlm ilesiiv ii. thi^ iv- 
iMiijit, In (icrmnn, FrtMU-hor KiiKlisli, with full 
illrts'liiins for preparing nnd usinir. Hunt liy 
luiiil liy tiiitlruiwing will) ftnnip, nnming this 
liaptr. w . .\ . Novas, 110 rowor'a IMock, llocli- 
mlcr, X, V. 



ISS:! has wiliies-ed the greatest improvements in Sewing Machines since 
llieir iiilroiliiclioii. Ilierel'ore il is to your interest lo examine, see and get tjio 
best and latest inipi'oved Machines. To tliat fact I invite you to call at my 
otHco and see the Machines I havo or«write me a cai'd and 1 will send ono for 
your inspeetion. I am a tirst-elass machinl°t, having served a regular np- 
prenticeship al the Sewing Machine /.u iory and lltledupa shop in llop- 
kinsville willi all the tools necessary lo repair all kinds of Sowing Maeliines, 
I can do the best of work and gmiraiilee salisfaelioii. Iain iin expert in 
everything related lo the Sewing .Machine and if you have any work lo he 
done in that line il will be lo ymir iiileresi lo bring |i to uiy siiop. Uesides 
being a llioi'ougli adjiisiei- inysell' I have ill my employ on'ooftlio liostad- 
Justeii) in the Slate of Ki iiln. ki . A full sn'nply of Parts, Attaclimcnts, 
Oils. Ktc. always on lianil. In buying n .Maeliiiie from me yon are not in- 
ve ling ill an iini erlaiiity, fur if the .Machine needs any attention yon can 
wi'ite me or leave wold at my shoi) and il will be attended at onet!. 1 liave 
several patents ot my own ''get up" whlcli I put on ail the Muchiiics I sell, 
and if you wish to buy a inaebinu all I ask Is for you to examine my Ma- 
eliines at my office or at your honsc. Iiaving my own teams anil travoliiig 
all the time it will be 110 tronblo for me to bring you ono and show you 
what it will do, and then yon can be your own judge. 

UespectfUlly, 

N. B.— In writina to me state wlicre you live. C. E. WEST. 




Z AU KANUTAOTUSINa 

BROOMS 

of nil kinil- ami ilc-rripiioiw, I'oiisi-iin^' of 

Parlor, Carpel, AVarehouse. Stable, Hearth, 
Ceiling. Diisliiig and Scrub Ili-ooms. 
( lollies linislics. Knot JIats, Slinek and 
Cotton Mops. All of which I am cellhig at 

ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. 



I loiy my nialorlal IMim tlio manulaetnrer and ilo my 
11V n work, thorolnre I eau affoni to wU nods In my 
lino chaaper than auylwdy. 



S|H ciallnilaocmonta olbrcd to merolianta. All onlora 
will ri'colvc prompt nttonllon, 

A. BOBEBTS, 

Mlain stn; i, ItopMn Tin«, Ky, 
[aopU'63-UJ 



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■NaaaaasaaasH 

iiiiv Iw (loiu'tllis wi 



OHAB. M. MKAOTAK. 



FQIDAT, NOVXSHBKR 9, 1883. 



The Groat Southern Exposition at 
Lmiisville will doso to-morrow 

iiif:lit. 

.\liuri;i{;i'ublc youiijf iiicii uU over 
tlio roiiiity are bniy capturing motli- 

ers-iii-huv. 



A ( 'alilunii:! iikui liot his life ou the 
ii'-iili i l' :i li(ir.-o iiiid lost He 

proiiiiilly drew a revolver and com- 
mitted (uicide. 

Hesirt. ItcL'Icnor & i^tiiart, piibJUIi- 
OM and editors of th Clark t'oiiiity 
Democral liave sold oiil lo Jlessrs. D 
C. Lisle and ^V. 1'.. Xirli,.!-. ol'Win. 
cliOBter. 



Tlu' Doy; sli'jw at the l.oiiisvillo 
l-'.\|]osili,in, Orl. was 111)1 as hir^ri' 
as \vasfx|ii'i-led, llioii;rli it was pro- 
noinifi'd till' liiii'~l rolh'i tioii of dojjs 
over exliiliii.'il in I li'' l iiiii'd States 

It is said thai it is la-liioiialili' now 
to liiive a "lean and liiini;i y look" iii- 
sli'ad of liein^' pluiii|i and rosy 
elieeked. If this be trite yo eouutry 
editor eaii keep up with tlie fasliioii 
witlioiil an ell'ort. 



IC. I . lu'iiiiedy, a raipet-ba rjrer, 
who was appidnted I'rovost Marsjial 
of l,i)uisville, during' llie eivil war, 
ami wlio luidcrlook to pi'm liee law 
at tlie close of the war died in the 
City Hospital, a pauper, a few days 
ogo, AVhile in ofliee lie inenreernteil 
many of tlio bust people of the eliy, 
williout cause. 

The Henderson News is tlio only 
loeni paper in Kcutucliy tliatdoes not 
keep np a personal oolnnin. A socii 
ty feature Is one of the demaudii uf 
the times, and wc ean't see why the 
News is so violently oppisod t» it. 
There is one eIamofsu!isri i!i. i , wl: i 
read nothinjf cUe in a pajier i \ -i piiu;; 
the soL'iiilllins. 

It is liclievi'il that .Instire Ilavhin 
ofthc Siiph'nii' I'oiii-I. wa- n.ariin,' 
favor witli till' n.\L;nH's. willi an id^ a 
of being lijoiued by liieni forlln' I'ri -- 
idensy, wiien he set his Jii.ljriii.M'. up 
n;;aiust the united opiuiuu of hi? 
eijfht eolleasue^f. in re.^ard to the Civ- 
il Uijj;lil   Uiil. U it possiidu tlmt the 
Bepublicaii parly is in such a strait 
tliat ttie cuiurod eieinont liolds the 
biilaiieo of power? If such is tiio 
CUM why aren't the durlscys Biuarl 
eiiou ;li to dcintuid the soi;ond iilai e 
for theirMosc8, Fred Douglass? 



k. lie will pre- 
iVr 1 liar!M~ auain-l lOvaii-, if lie is 
disi liaiiii .l from ilie siTvire, and de- 
mand an iiivesti^'aiioii. How the af- 
fair will eiul remains to be seen. 

TUESDATBILSOTIOITS. 

M Too Qood But Just Oood 
Esongh. 

\KSTEIII)AV's NEWS. 

Elections wore held in ten states 
last Tuesday. The Democrats car- 
ried fire and the Republicans five, 
the former redeeming Virginia and 
the latter PenusylTania and Massa- 
chusetts. 

New York is Democratio by 10,000 
majority, excepting Maynaid for Scc' 
retaiy of State, who ran SO^OOO votes 
behind his ticlcot on account of tiie 
liquor question. Tlie A88eiid)ly 
stands, in the Senate, lU Ucpiiblicaiis 
to 12 Democrats ; in tiie House li 
Republicans to 56 Democrats. The 
Democrats have done nothing to brag 

DM ill New Voi-k. 

('oninrlii iil lias gone lai';;i'ly Ite- 
piiblican and bolli branehes of the 
Le.::i~latiiri' lijve ln'Cii captured. This 
is a liepnlilii aii vii.ioiy. 

Maryland more than liidds her own 
and is Demoeiatie by over 12,tX)0 
witii a majority uf :i7 in tbo Legislu 
turc (in joint ballot. 

Mussauhosotta has been swept by 
the Uopublicani and Ben Butler de- 
feated by 10,000. Uopublican minori- 
ty in tlio Legislature 40. This is not 
a victory fur Itepubiicanlsiii, but a 
triuniplt of nnti-Butlerlsm and the 
Doniucruts will nut sited many tears 
over It. 

Mississippi is largely Democrat ie 
as usual and Xobrasica gives Repub- 
iicBuUina paltry u.000 majority and 
MinncsotaVUupublieau majority is re 
duued to only U.OOO. 

New Jersey elects tlie Iieinoeratie 
lirket by ^t.'ilX  inaj-ri.y and has n 
ti oi'Mii^' iii'ijorily an j, inl b.tllot in 
the l.e,:{islaln!','. 

I'i'iiiiM h a;.ia. lorineiiy a Itcpubli- 
lan s!ron,:ii.'l.l. pulls llirough with a 
ni.Joiii) ,.i o;..y al„nil i2.0J0. This 
pla. e  llir laif in llie doubtful eul- 
iiuiii for iic.M year. 

In \'ir^inia tin' h.'inorrai.- liavr 
doiii' iioiily and .~al doM ii upon Jla- 
lioih'. Anhur A: (.'o., to Ihu time ol 
LVIM I \vi;li an ovonvlii Inline' niaj m-- 
ity in liolli liraiiclie.s of the I.e ;isla- 
tarc'. 'I'l/i- is i',;.' ojily substantial 
victory won by either side and the 
DeiuiK rats ought lo !k' ^allsiied. 



EENTU0K7 OOWLSDaS. 

A bell is to be put In the cupola of 
the Princeton conrt house. 

Over 500 men are now at work on 
the Ucudcrsuu railroad bridge. 
The Herald Enterprise will have a 

premium distribution next .luly. 

There is a case in tlio Duvioss eir- 
ciiit court tliat haa been pending over 
since 1800. 

Tlie Clinton Democrat is tlis 
staunoliest Democratic'paper in tlic 
Puroboie. 

In a si reel brawl at Itieliinoiid, 
Jno. .Smiley was killed by a man 
named Frccinau. 

Six cars of a freiijlit li-aiu were 
tlii'owii from a trestle at Aden, and a 
braUeiuan was killed. 

(ieo Tli(iiii|isoii, of I'adueah, lias 
iiad a foot aiii| iitated as the result of 
wcariuji tight foots,. 

The initial number of the W. K. C. 
\cws,piiblishcd bv the students uf the 
College at South Car roUton,appeared 
lust month. 

It. A. Pulliam, in a lit of drunken 
ness, siiot and killed K. I. Hawkins 
and woiiiuled Jas Mollit, at llarrods- 
burg. 

Jlr. Douglass bherley, of Louis- 
ville, has written a hook ciititled''Tlu  
Valley of Unrest, or a Uook witho»i 
a AVomau." 

G. W. Gates, form -i li editor of the 
Callinon Progress, was married last 
week lu UissLIazie Houston, of Cal  

boon. 

'I'lii' fall circuit court in the foiii 
eoniilicsof Tulton, firaves lliikmaii 
and Dallnrd, resulted in .sending onl\ 
one-convict to the |iciiiteiiliary. 

Um WinlieltUnd Miss Willie Ev 
aiisclopcd ftam Franklin last 
week. Win Held is 30 years old and his 
bride but li . 

Jliss Lulu .Mix. a daughter of a 
M''iliodi-t iniuister at Williams- 
towu, eloiied la.st week with u iiiur- 
rieJ man named M. F. Franklin. 

Hen Itardcsty, a bachelor aged 6o 
 'ears. shot himself through the head 
inodin in.' instant death, iu Breeken- 

cidg" county. 

()-c;ir McKenzie, ex-Sherilfof  :oi- 
gan county, was ealhd out ' f 1,;. 
lioiiM' at night and clubbed tu-dcalii 
by ISen ISeisncr and two brothers. 
The Itcisncrs escaped to the luoun- 
taiiis. 



Tho Orambnjli-Sraiu Sailiroglia. 

lOvcr since MaJ. I 'nimliangli's ac- 
ijuittal of i;i . liarg ■ of ii-ing oHi.-ial 
envelop ■- ,n ivale cori'i'-poihlcncc. 
in onlci- lo di'lVand lie govcninicnl. 
the plot ill llie nan -.'aliiig dranu ha.  
been lliii kcning -o lo  ;i. al;. Card 
allcr card an.l Iclii-r allci- Idler lia- 
been tired at tliu dul'encvlcss public 
by Evans, Cruinbaugh, and their 
sympatliizers. 

'I'liR day after Crumbaugli-'s acquit- 
tal, W. K. Iliigiics, one of Ids store- 
keoiMirs, was interviewed by a Cour- 
ier Jonrniil reporter and gave the 
minute details of some little irregu- 
larities that occurred in the Ilopkiiis- 
vlllo post office last Jnuo. It will be 
remciubored that a registered leiier 
containing a eonsidorahic aiuouiit of 
money was niisplocod, but the posi 
master proinpily made it good and 
the mailer was not reported, lliiglics 
alleges lliat a theft was c-oinniilted 
and til it Kvans assisted in nuppress- 
ing it. because young liowaii was his 
lirollier-iii-law. 'I'liis was a serious 
cliarge lo bring against a man in 
Deans' position and it foilliwitli 
sliri'cd lip llie animals in llie mi nag- 
eric. 

lOvans came oiil in a leiiglliy curd 
anil eliargcil I 'rninliangli willi being 
ul the bottom of tlie matter and pub, 
lisiicd a iottvr from Crunibaugli to 
A, II. Clark in wliicli the following 
signiflcani language was used : 
OwB.NKiii)li», Kv., Sept. 2!», 18*1 



11170. 



A. V. PYLE 

taUBSWonluiiid rbiI mm eonlliiiio to 
keop in •tank an sxtratlTo ami coroulot« 
stook o( til th« latest ud Imt ■tylii ot 

FURNITURE, 

and will kU ai cheap at M« 

tamt can ie handled. 

Up (talrs la Hemy Block, 

HOPKUrSVUXS. - XT. 

. wr* All (nidu ol Collai furnitlrad 
In any part ol tho ooontrr on tko 
shoiMot notioo. 




From The South. 

A IVifiTl t .ii;i!im.!li..n uttliTllo SillU'iit Atl* 
\;llil;i-c — Why il I iilHvni- ^I'll. 
••'riicrc IV u., iiii.-lakf :it iiiil it." ri'iiijil-tM' l I r. 
M. t . H.n..-t~. of (;.ill;tI.T., Mi,-,^.iin. -r.i.N- 

M'N'N rAl\ INK i'(n;ot   i'i, \^ri:i;- ;iiv 

OH*' of Itii) lU'lili'xl fimilnii;iUiii;.-i v\* v |iri»luci 'l. 
Tlh-y It.u'o two Kiutl.- i*f ii'ixaiilittt- mt-r jiH 
ullu'lv, wliu h \\i i iiijtv i-jil! iIh- nitn.'r ain) lln- 
majt)r. rir-t.ili. v niv i l. uii mi'l ii  
liM', IH'MT -i ilm-' iln- liiiiiil ■ itni" I lie tiiit-ti of tlic 
ui'jinr.  n(iii l. ilif. ,11 1 "luii kh .-ni'l |mi\\it- 
fiilly. I h ii'il i)'u  ( niK iiK' rl;i-iiT Oil ni\ - 
iwU (or Piu'iiiiiiihiii, jiikI ''m iiiv | iilifii(.  f'oi- 
vnriim«(Ii.**'jiM-. -■.u-ti hh Nmi :i"l r'-' .  lu-i iilar 
Klu'imiHtiMii, l.unil'fiL'i'. I\i lii '\ tn iil li'. t-ic. 
ami in itll rjis'.- ivliff Im^ ri-llnvi'iiiii fi-'Mn tlnvc 
Iti fm t\ -fijilii ImutN." 

Dr. KliUKT imivh' xi-iic^tlio wriitiii nr'Tid 
opiiiloii of llioiii-antl-' In In- iii tti'^ ii n. Ill-.N- 
S((N s i Al'flNK I'oltui V I'l. \sTl-.i; ;nv llir 
I'l'i fi'i l i'\'iTu;iI ;il'ii|i. 'l lu' m iiuiiic 

navo llio Marti i Art INK rirl iii ilu- iTiiirv. 
l^hcu 2S cent. bcabiir} A JubiiMiu, tliuu- 



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 1 /2C \ nt.Mjth ntxl It. i I f-.i 
tPUOMvii.ir I^iKlii". Iti.mli •-. 

■lu - I*. W. /.ll i.l.i.U \ i .... I'li.'.ii l, 

MUSIC 

Without a Teacher! 

S'lK-r'f In -ijiitjinittii* (initio lo hf\i  i f 
I'liiliM ami li|';.';i' . ri'in-fl. Icitrli ;inv 

iH'i-Hiii 111 |'l.t\ i-fi- ol nui-i * m"it.'il:iy. 

Villi c.-uMirr t  j(i II It fmtii a tvu^ Uvr iii a 
auuitb (or f)U. Tr.vii auilbrroarliitvil.  iim- 
(*t»|iv will tio iMailiHt tu nny Kililri'i^ tin rv  
rrinl or t^r Mii   tn himnit* liv IlK iHMt Jc 1 * .. 

i'ii..ii^iifi . i'. o. r • ' - ■ 



FORBES & BRO., Froprietoro. 



Hfad(iu(P.\-lors Tor 



Ma, M, ks, ink I iiiiig IWil 

EXCEL 



OF AX.Z. Kizinss. 





hitlllllt* 



Which Excel in Good Material and Workmanship. 

We use tlie Celebrated Steel Skeins. Satisfaction Guaranteed 

or Money Refunded. 



■.. li' r.m, 5«r., 
Mi-. iiiiijT. .'.Sc., 

I jtnililvll. Hk\ t luili-4'r, 

( tt'., i i'l(*rnlt:»*, )iiV*., 
( jKT, t'^.. Piiiiti'. .%V.. Urvilfn. .itv.. (i N llit« 
, i..M.iiiiili. .Vh-.. IK-iii.ut-, .VI.. Ilta laii.l 
1 1(! II, „. I. .•.( «■.. in,i, i..», Sik,'.. Kt'titii, 

4:i.-;. ^! ii'iiUi. .Mil;-; .vv.. M.Htiv I'ik-., 

l'o|u', .Vn .,  « li.ilvr. ^fi'tt, .'. »••.. 

TtfiiiiyMti), M i'., Vhyil. 4:m-„ :ii  I othi-r^. l-'iiif 

riolti )iiliillu|t. Ni lil fi r I A;ii iii.;it I K t 'lV 

ii:i . lUfi'-l onfvMfiii-i'  if "Ilmt''. t ji;i!..^ii«- 

fiv',-. N..: ...I. I i , : . .MtllN I',. Al.M.N. 

~ PARKER'S TOr^lC " 



ContmctinS and Building. The WUcox Ciji'tr.ts SJiinftles. The Cele- 

bi'dfril h'n'ii Lituc. ])\islihuvn Mom ^iecl Itn rind Wire. ColoiH' 
bus Bunnies. South Bend Chilled I'lows, Avery ^- Hon 
Steel Plows. Tobacco Ho^.thcrtds. 

All Ki&ds of Bepaiiisg Boae o& Vi/'agoaB & flows. ' 



I, A, iibs|)coo, i"TMii-i:Tii i: ■ !; : niiVEi'* 



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M;.k.- f.i-t 
I in i}:"( ;ilf 
 1 ..ijti it .«ii l I 
imL-.li-. -ur- I 
Mintl. Tt  Wt'iiiri) ttd'l 
"tu'iit;!!) :tittt ti •jK'iiilIiU'n 
'Idiitf to il.c I:.,ii- r iml'iJ 
lll.-i 0\ .t I w.. N. »\ V 



- ■■ . . « ii- 11-.- It. 

1 .Ml. i: -u. - jMi.l 

I.;.- M. 1 -. - t;.r 

K'li .it.-i . tu-ric tho ! 

ix-rxmttt ini|tAr1» , 
Tiu- Uiit kn *irttiui* i 



1 tli.;cuiC:'i?t» 




To Mg Denr Chirk: This letter will 
be plain. I Inivi' Just been liil'ormpil 
lliiil .1. Z. .\l.i,:!r,',,t' tills city. N ill 
\Vas|iin;li)ii. trying- to i-ollrclor 
of this district. Yon liad just as w vW 
let ICvans know lliaf If lie vie 
mil tliiil I will ilf/'enl' his fniijiriini- 
Hull in De.fcmhi r iii'.rl In n ilcml rvr- 
tuinly. I . can do it. I won't be 
trilled with in this inattor. If J, Z, 
Honn xhonld be a|i|ioiiitcd, tliat 
alonn. to sny uothliiz nhnut the Itoi)- 
kiiiRvillc iiialtcr, h'III be enough to 
defeat hi.'i conllrinntion. 

This letter was inai ki'il ciinlii'.en- 
tlal and was sent in an ufficial envel- 
ope. Evans says lie construed it in- 
to an attempt to lilackmail bim. 

(h-unibaugli replied in a gtill long- 
er card, giving eighteen counta to 
sliow corruption on the part of Evans 
and to set himself right with tlio pub- 
lic. These were followed by letters 
and cards from depntioi and ox-dop- 
iitioB, el al, but Kvans did not con- 
tent liinisclr witli merely writiii ; 
curds. On last Tuesday, llii(r|ic«, 
till' I'lTsb yoliiif: man win) sllricil up 
till' row, « ilci apiialcd iiinl Criim- 
l)au^liV ri'iiioviil wii'; ilri libd npun 
and aniiinini'Ml. Tin' latu r iniiiic. 
diali'ly sit mil I'ur \Vii-liiii;.'li ii, 
where In^ now iv ami I'nrllii'rdi'vi'liip- 
mi'iits are aiixioii.-ly awaili'il. it 
only a (jueNtiuii of lime as to \vlicn 
Crumbaugh will bo removed and it 



Henry Watterson On Tuesday's 
Sleotisni. 

I iiiii'ii'i'.l'tiiniiil, N.i\ .7. 
'I'lii' reliin..- brill;.'' I'c» ^nl■|n■|»l•.■•. 
View till' le-iill rriiin iiiiy ilirirtion 
mill till' I iriiiiirriil- ;ii-e liie vii lors. 
\ew York i» pra. lii iilly where the 
.'lecliou  )fla»l year plai r.l it — -oliilly 
ileiuoc-ratic even unto the iinl of 
Ls81. Tho probublu ih 1' :il d' .Ma  - 
iiard, tlie candidate for Se. relary oi 
State, argues nothing hut tliu inil)c- 
I'iiityofiho local biekcrings. True, 
tlie majority has euilcrcd a tremen- 
dous reduction. Hut it contracts no 
good to the livpulilicaus in a national 
contest. The iictty Quarrels and the 
trading for minor office are rcsitousl- 
hlc for the modest expression in fli- 
vorof liic Democratic ticket. The 
majority, ihuu^li sniull, will do. 
There is at least an eiiil to Wiirnim 
Mahone. lie lias ^'oni' bi yoinl roi al! 
Virjrinia bus ri-cn with a luncli ol' ii- 
olil ^Mury. anil bioiled liiin iVom llie 
lin e of till' eiii'tli. l'e liri'i'ons. niiili- 
' iiiiis anil niiprini'i|ileil, il i~ well thai 
the siKiu y b.'.lliiis have liiil bi  ili ril  
:iinl ilev i''e  linrvi r. Il i- a M.ii'k eye 
n^l alone lor .Mnliuie'i.m ami the 
peculiar rei'ci;;iiiuoii ilial lias.,|reiiyth- 
encil him, but il i^ a rebuke to the 
.Vdminlstration that barked liini with 
lis powcrfnl maelilnery. It rings 
out the velt'il ofblnster and bhiek- 
;;iianli.-iii, il riiiffs in the era ot're- 
t'orm ami rcgoueratiun. lien liutler, 
loo, bus ;;oiie, and ]icrlmps 'tis best, 
lie had to go sooner or later, and 'lis 
well lie lias gone early. Ilutlerisin 
savors of Maiionuism, and there lias 
licen too much of both. 

In Now York the Democratic Sec- 
retary of State liaa been beaten ami 
both houses of the Legislature are Ile- 
puhlicau. 

The Diunoerats iiavc swejit Virifiu- 
iu, both hoii.-tes of the State Li'giflii- 
lure I'aHiii^' into their liuniis by un- 
ex|K rl,'il inaj.irilles. ^ 

N' iv .li'i'sey wheel- into line I'or the 
Di'iniH ials, Abbelt beiiin elei ted liov- 
enior, anil bulb bouses being Ueiiio- 
enilie ou joint ballot. 
The Democrats swept cveiythiiijf 

ill Misiisr.ip|i|. 

I'ennsv l\ aniii lias tileil back into 
the l!e;iiibli''aii ciiliiinn In the tune of 
1."! (KK) majority. 

Ma.ssacliiisetts did for liutler what 
Vir;;iiiia did for Aluhoiie, ami ut ii 
late hour this inornin;,' your ("m le 
llenjainiii had not been hearil from. 

liutli sides claim Maryland by imi- 
jorities ranging n-oin 12,000 to 15,- 
000.. 



WUdT t* WAtKM rOH. 

Water la ao oommon we haidly think 
it iL To begin with, valor 'vaa Ckxi's 
builder ot tlie voild, aa wo sea it The 
rocks were mud and sand made by mtet 
ind laid down by it, one kind on th* top 
)f another. Goal, made ol planta, was 
xiTcred np by \ratur, so that tlie rotten 
-.^aiibi were kept Uiere and changed into 
^oid. \titu of lead, copper, gold, ailTrr, 
'rrstiJi, wuie eraeiu in the roeks, flUid 
«:th water tliat liad those predou-s 
liing* dissolTediD'it, And wat^, u ice 
glacirta), gronnduproekaintoebTtb, in 
fbiflh jilanta ran grow, tha sea ami 
 tn ams helping to do the work, Wab'i 
railils planta and animnla, toa Tlirue 
piiirteta of what they are made of is 
rater. When you pay ilO cents (or i  
leck of imtatiws yon are really paying 
15 of the i-uuls for the water in the pota- 
nm. A \ oy siio weighs tighty )H iuid8, 
r perfectly dried ap, wunid weigh only 
w.uty jionudi. And tbrra floaldba no 
Kittio nor b. y without water. It must 
'.isMilvv tbinga to make tliem over into 
lew iliinga, and it oarriea them where 
h"y aru wanted lo boild tlieuewtiiiui;s. 
t softuiM food, and then aa wutery 
 loo l ramVa the f iod to every part of 
III l.oily to Uluko liiw flesh sud nones, 
In.', wu uniy grow and have strcuuth. It 
nrriea liits )il,iut's fou 1, also^ np into the 
•liuit. And water ceniea mail aiiilgixxla 
I Iwiilii, and, as stuam, drives his curs. 
I iiiukes the «'h..als go in Ids fuetorien. 
t is a ^voat uerUer, and wo could not 
et slong 'without it. And it makes 
lUvb of the beauty in the world. Ask 
onr fririida how it dues thai?— Cbn- 
regallonaViL 



l .:i Oi.;CUiC:'i?t» --Sr.!- • ' • 1 1'vuninie 

WRiGHTSiilGi'MlVautTALLEFiLLS 



MlTcr Hntrlif ti, hts tii U in t. r (•f. tiO, 



lt(-tul««««. 




OOR SIS SHOT-eUil 

r.KiwiLL*ao».iA'J!,'%n:;::^3;ftiS^£ 




Oak Hall, - LOUISVILLE. 

A -lock -if .Men', an ! I!.'_\ •' I ioibin^- 
uu-ur;ia"c;l !ii lari. iy. .'^tjle- the 
V, ry l it. -I and prn Pc the lowest. 

nusisKs-s SuilM, " 
UusiiiCi«s Suite, 
Bnt ilio?* Sni(.4. 

L I v. JO w Jit.C) 

Oress Suits, 
Dress Suits, 

Overcoats. 
Ovcrcoals. 

t)v('i'('.'i;il\ 

Men's Furnishings. 
H. A. Wither spoon, 

Coriicr I'lturili nml JtliVr^oii, 
LOVISVILU:. 

[oct S-3m] 



'Ton rtitm tiw 
miiflif ir**AMAi:i- 
TAS ^l.lL..^^,.' 
mvK n hUt-i-i.r. 
* IIitiy c;iii ore 
int'(lUiiH'li«'if[n'- 
  iiic for k:|iUi'p* 
ny. Print rntta, 
A IroliollRim 
Opium KuMuKi 
Itbriimii*iNiti, 
Spemuotrbv, tir Hcintuol Wcakuii..s, 
uA Xfty •chrrMiuplulocnf*' Wi-. i.iiin n :i 
fiM0U(^»lmpl^boalu•cthcTi^l■orI•ll.i^l ;iM N 
ariiT* fromt!iphlno*l. It-i Ntni-ic, l.r (,lv( i;;, 
Allcnth'o iml I.fix.iii' p i.rtipi rtlif mi'cl u!l tin- 
ii'iniitiDiiu Lcrtiii rt-ftirt-J lu. Il aknowQ uor/J 

U lUt OA 




CITY BARBERSHOP- 
ISAM HAWKINS &C0. 

I ovrii iiorPKii's imco STona 
! IIDIKINSVII.LK. KV. 

R««l octIiill - Invite the |iiibllt^ to their 

Toasorlal Parlor, 

Ironiltlat teitoSUAriNa . IIAIU CUTTIXO, 
SilAMl'UUIKU Ah, la Uia Bost ■aMiInt 

tyle 




OHgAPMT Aim BBSII 

Petefson's Mpine! 

Sniondid I'rcniinnH for finlting up 
('liibs:— Illnstrntod " (iolden Giftr 
Largo size Steel Engraving; Bxtra 
Copy for 188i Full Size Paper Pat- 
terns ! 

\ siiiniit'hi -111 will Is) Ktvon In cverv niinibfr 
'iuitaiiiiii){ n tiill-slso |mlterii tur ii 



.\ severe cyclone visited the Ccn- 
I ml portion of tbo state ou Monday 
oi'i-ast week. At Parii two negroes 
were killed by a ftltlllg bouse and 
houses were unrooftid and in-opcrly 
dcHtroyod to tho extent of f40,0U0. 
At Lawrencobiirg the damage 
auiounled to i|il!,(XX). Timber evorv 
wlierc in its truek was destroyed aud 
fbncM blown (lowu. 



Kren- •ulMcrllM'r will 

, e war Iwelre ot 

-wartliuioro •luiiii tlisu tlie milMCri| iliiii 



I p|ii. 



tin- IKSI 

lii'U'.- or rliilft'H (truss, 
n'i'i'ive (lurtna tin fear Iwel 

tenw ■*' 

| rii'(v 

I't'iiTiMin's Mtiunzliie U llie Ih^xI anil elion|Mwt 
ot (lie billy',' lt.Hil.i4. II tiiVL'it ition' fiirtlio inon* 
ey mill eoinlilii:'s Kivuter inerUn iliiin nny other. 
Ill rli Ml, IthuslliD iMMt steel enitmviiim, best 
"liir,'ii fashions, bwtdriM iMtlrms, best arl(' 
hull ^l lrle•, Imt work.tabig iwllemi, hwt iiiU' 

Terras ""i;?A,iv,„„.,., $2 a Year. 

rNr.\uA!.i.i;i.i:i) orn;i!s rn ( ij ns! 

ac.ipU'H fm- \:\.:*\\ ;U..|ii,-H Un- will) a 

PiilKTb tlln-ri-;iii 'l "Tlif (miIiIi-ii (Jlfl," 

or n hw^v fvr.y ( ti!.il\ -tccl (■ii);riiviiitr, "'rirr l 
Oiil," rm- jrctlintr up ilu- rinh. 

irnpifw fuf |il.: ti: iK opu-rt tor C.'.-Wiiii im 
I'Mni ciiiiy iif Mjii;:i/iiif Torl'^l, ii- ii |iit'- 
iiiiiiiii. I * iIh- |k'i»mii tfflliii^' nil the I'liili. 

r.ri.|.ifK for fK; 7 Cmics f.ir |lii.r.i»,--\V Ith IhiIIi 
nil I'Min r.ipy  il tlic  liii:.i/.iiu- fur K-^t. aii*l Hit- 
"(iolilcii (iiM." t»r llic f.uyi' sifi'l ciitfritvliiit. 
••'I'iri'il « »ul." I') till' prlVith -^yWiw^ up Hit- rliih. 
IniiriT i'IiUh yri'.di i- iiiiluiciiu'iil 

1, tiiA 









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i 



It ((uli-u and cuiiihuecBibe putient— not by the 
UitrotliictJon of (i|iftiii-ii ■nd draitic calllArtlc^ 

but I»y t ho n-fctoriiii'iu of nrtivlty |o llic oiumarh 
•Till niTVotn III. \\ ]\. r- liv the Ijr:iin I- n-- 
Ii«vt »l of iiiorliiil r.it , il -, \  tuaUii l.y 

llic i :iti-c« ntxivi.' i  (i ri 'i III. 

To ClcrcyiiiL-n, Ijiwm v-, l iti rirv mrn. Mi r- 
chattt^,Baiiki-rx.I^(ll -'i*niii; .11 1 .n^ \. : ,i. 
tiitarr einplojiin-iitcnii«i - im r i:: ; rt' ii.m .n. 
Irri'niiIarltloB uf tli(» Moml. fii-iiiacli. Ikiwi N or 
kliltifjB orwliiirt qiilri' a in rv torilr. appctlxvr 
orr^iliiiiilaiit.s.vMMtiTAN Ni.in iNRtnliivaniablc, 
Thuii-iinilfpnu liiim It tin- ni««t wnmlcrful In- 
rlgornut tluituvcrfUMniiKdllii' elTikiiiggyeUiia. 

j|»-$l.riO. S ild by all Drutvi«t*. "*» 
rhe DR. S. A, HICHMOND MED. CO.,Propr'«. 

Vor tMttBOBUili ftad cbenlaifl tnd tUmp. 



F0RT[iEPE[ r,1ANENTCURE0F 
CONSTIPATION. 

M pnnlent In thu 



S oooatxy OoMtfapstloa, and no remodj- 
« hsa everciiaAUcd Uia cclotmitM KIDNinr- 
g WOET aa a ouiv. Whatfcver tlio oqjm, 
- however olxitiiiuto tlio ccjtOi llii* r«;uody 
will OTcroo:nc It. 

Dll l?A Tins dlstre-^iujr com  
r^lbKOa puint ia very apt to be 
complIcmt«d wltb ootuuptUon. Klduey- 
Wortitr«u^a:iatha weakened parta autl 
quickly oorec all kinds of Pllea even whi^n 
0 phykloiani and madldnei have before bU 
• 0d. tV*IfyouliAveelth«roftb«Mtrouble« 

USE 



J. M. HIPKiNS,' 

Livery Feed aud Sale Stable 

niiiigost., iiorivissvu.i K. kv. 

l.^rxf lirirV st.'ili'i! n"nr ni';nir.- w Tt.-r 
liiiiir U'-l In llic iliiv . wr.'k m iilonlli 
lln,-',  1(1 111 ■ lr:iiN n;ii ,\:\\ :,ii.l nifl.l. 'I, ,,m. 
A itll ilrivcr^ III all tiiiH'.H. 

hi^i TruuiimBK i Sftoiilij. 

jsn.'l-'Sg.ly. 



TUTT^S 



Work'; easy and throws water with more power thin any Hand Pnmp in 

u-o. A Ia|.tcd for C:slcin., Well*, Drivp Well, an 1 M'iiid ^lilN, 

And has Superseded all Others Where Introduced 

FOR SALE BY 

E. L. FOTJLKS & SON. 






1 



KJDNEY-W'dRTl 



'I 



VilillvBS. iswl-liniil, t'll.VIII.KS .1. rKTKIl- 
SUN, SIM L'hostiiut 81., riillndolulila, I'a. 
aiwclmens sent aratls, It imttcntur, loni 

n| eliibii with. 



Mason Si Hamlin Organs 

Xow llliistrited ontalogue, (40|ip.^li ) f,l^ 
H'siom ot ISKS.4, Including rounjr new style." ; 
llie liciit iixMii'imciit ottha ba t and most ut- 
Irmiive iiriiioiA ne liiive ever otfeml, and it 
nwo4l jirlne*. |U In 1^1.10, for esuh, enny piiy- 
mnnta or renti d. Sent tn'e. 

lUson A Hunltn Organ A Flano Co. 

~ ' I, IM TUMwmt 8t.| Xnr York, U Isrt 




IN JULY I 

Send for H   CATALOGUE h PRICE LIST. 

HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. 

IOCHaniN.V. CHICAGO ILL 
flNHMMNinUT. lOO-tMihaMriilt 



.d£2BBEBBai] 

TORPID BOWELS, 
DISORDERED LIVER, 
, and MALARIA. 

From llienu sonreua arlso three-fourths of 
Iba dlMiiaca of tlio human men. Tliuss 
inrmptAio. Indicate Lhctroxl^nce : Lor. of 
ippatltc. Dowel, ooitlrc, Itlrk Iloaa- 
actxe. AiUno.t altar cot Itiff, nvcruiiiii to 
• uruon of \)oAy or iuli\d, Ki'nctjitlon 
of fooa, Irrllablllly uf t,'m|ur, Z.niv 
optrltMi A frfillnff orlln-Wll); flri:]i rtt-il 
9O1U0 lltiljr, I liiln M,I'iaUcrln(/' nt tlio 
Bcart, tVitii bcrorotltonrMihlshlyoul- 
ored Vrliir, CONRTIPATIONT and do- 
mund tlio ii^o of a romodytbat acts dlrr-uily 
on Iho l.ivir. AsaLlvurincdlclnnTU'rr'SI 
PII.I.H liavii iioi! ,i'.:.I. Tlicir nclli.iion iho 
Kliliiuyii anil kin Jdulj^o itftiinpT ; rcinovliift 
all Impurities tliroiigli tlicfiotlM  o"«cnT- 
angora of tiM airBlam," pro 1ucln(( anno. 
Uto,8oanadlg(anOB,TCRulnr kIooIh, noVtur 
■IdniuidaTlsaroaaliody. TDTT'.** I It.I.M 
cnnso no naunoa or griping nor Inturfcro 
with dully work nnd aro a perfect 

ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. 

tf°lderfrT»lifn-ia««, 0IHiii,4l Miimir8t.,N . V. 

TUTTS HAIR DYE. 

OraT QiiK OB 'WniSKEBS oliansud In- 
stantly to a Ol/our Black byaatnglo np. 
pUciiilon of ililB I)TK. Sold by DruBsiaLs, 
or (lent by cxpresfl nn rncolptof gl. 

onii'o, u Murray Straot, New York. 
TUn'l MAIIIML OF USEFUL REOUPTI FSB, 



OThe BDTEns' Guide, Nu 
31, Fall and Winter, \M\ 
nivus wlinlceale prices dirtcl 
to wmumrn on cverj lliin;; 
you iiBC, eatj drink, wear, or 
Imve fun witli. 'IVlls Imw 
to order with cxai'lcreit, 'M |i:i(.'i'.i- l:irn! 
ones — tj«!$00 illuiitrutiunji — a ulioUi 
picture gallery. Contains infornuitiini 
gleaneil from the markets or the wnrM. 
No other price-boolc in cxiiitencc coiitaiiia 
tsmiicli information. Kent free to any nj- 
ilrcfuiipon receipt of postnpc (7 ( tu). Ixt us 
Iicarfrnin ynii.or vi.-it imwlicn in our city, 
^'eur LxpiLsitioii lluiiiUn^s. Itc^iicclfiilly 

MOMTaOMERYWARD&GO. 

M** •WWakwhAvtMMiOUsaM.ia 





DoaUnixt to i.i nii g|| 
olher FVinrinjf, Knr it eom  
iiiinw tho ndvantagos of ov- 

' ly 'iiiiI frocs llsclf 

rriiii tliu olijcctions of ail. 

riii  Punco («n«lst«of fl/o 
iloiihio cables of natvanlted 
siccl Wire, with While Oak 
si ll- 111 iiily liiicnvovpii al a 
iiiiii'inii ili-lMiirc (if 
""i"'^ aiiaii. II Ih tho 
4troii}(0Kt and most durablo 
Fuucu ever made. 

IT IS PORTABLES 

II U woven li!;i' ciii'iict aii.l can Im 
iciii'ivi il l,y till' shiiil.'s lii'iii^' drawn and 
llic fence rolli'(|.iiji. This cnt « lows llio 
I' lK c ready for shlpinenf. Addfofw ^'J*;^ 

2. Zs. 70171.2:3 (ft SOXT, 

I E.M.Klt.S !X 

PUMPS, WiRE FEiNCES ANO CLIFFON COAL, 

■HQPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY. 

' ■ JOS. C. WOOLDmHcE. 

Buckner & Wooldridge, 

fnopiiiKTone 

— MAIN BTSZEI, 

HQPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY 

Special attention paid to In,,.,., lion ami Sulc of Tobacco. Liberal 
Advaiionsina(l«oiiTul)iiccoinStoro. 

Salde av«ry Wodnvsduva 

All tol.iicco ailvaiircd will lie in iuvil at owners oxiioiian All 
not ai vaiicci on ,v II l,c iinuicil M ,, ,i .... . .. "^I"''""'- , All toliacco 

gu.. ortiers not to in-^ 'l^^s^i'ir-^.TM-SsS;;';;;; 



c »U-. I'l 



mnm souih 



KUIUAV, ^'UVKMUKU U, 1883. 



Our Agaati. 



The fiillonliiii iH'rwitKi nro our aiiiliorlKMl 
nKi'iitM, wlin will nTclvc Hiilwrlplioiia fur Ihu 

HKlll-WmY SlIttTn KHXTI'ClitAK: 

W. B, Ilrawtr, rilrvkw, Ky, 
V, W, LuB t 'miiiii, Trenton, Ky. 
J. M. Ailtnm A l o .   liiiivli llill, Kf. 

V. II. Iliinnx'li, I kj . 

J. ('. MiiniiiMiii, IViiuf, Ky. 
Mm. licrllo I. Krlllln,l.ii(iiyclts Kjr. 
II.. I. Kiiulkiii'r.CaliHlnnlii.Ky. 

W. II. Ilarinn, Khkiiiiiii-i 111.', Ky. 
Ili'v. .Iitd. .MIviiMi.»ili. l.liK.i. Ky. 

W. .\. M'lllli-. M,„ ilij 1. K; , 



SOCIALITIES. 

.Mihi C'ullott U vioiliug Urt. 8. U. 
Buoknor. 

Mr. T. M. Avtrllt, of Kcw York, U 
in tlio city. 

Ml'. K I''. llciiiU'i'soii 'iNjiiit up from 
aMvere hiniII fifinalkrkt IbTor. 

Qni. F. Singleton, of I'adiicab, 
formerly of thU eity, Uhero on a vie- 

It 

Mr. (ico. E. Uary, of llowlini; 
(.ii-voii, WM tu the city a lew dayii 
ago. 

Mr*. Jiio. II. Mllllkeu, ofFraukllu, 

Ky. ,Ih vlHlllntf lior inollinr, Hn. I). T. 

I'liili rvviioil. 

Ml'. I', li. IliibiiiMiii, a iiruiiiiiivui 
iii M'.'iiJiiii (tf KirkuiaiHvUle,waa in tbo 
ciiy WnluciKlay. 

Roveiiuo Agent A. II. Clark, of 
tioultvllle, waa in the city the flrat of 
tlio week. 

.Ml', mill Ml". Win. Ilamnei-, of 
Miii'Kiiiiili'liI, uro vUillngtlielrdaugli- 
icr, Mm. Jiio. V. Oar)', Jr. 

Mlaeet Marr Ilaaer and ilitor, of 
Ilopklnivllle, arc In the city on a vli- 
it to IQv jUatUo UUbert-Pavk City 
TinMNk 

liiaa llamlii .^^k i I. » hn i.ux Inh.mi 
rinltlngllliMKiiiiiiu Wiii'ulcri'or three 
u ri-kii, rcliirniil to her home, in Pa- 
il lu'ab, Tui'mIuv. 

Mr. .1. A. Taylor, of I/)iiUvlllc,  va  
III till' i lly lliii I'lirly |)artof tlio wvck 
mill rciii'wiil IiIk ^iiUioriptloU to tlio 
Smith 'Koniucklau. 

.Mr. ('. E. Weft, the old "tUiid by" 
III I ho Sowing Machine builncsi, ha* 
Koiiu 111 I/)uiavIllo to attend the aur- 
tioii *iili  or tlio KxiMiiiltlun cxhibltv. 

W. .1. Slono, Ili'iiiv.wiilatiK) 
I'li'i't fi'iiiii I.voii I'oiiiily ami a raiiili- 
datR fur Speaker of the Ixiwor lIou*c 
of the Legiilatura, waa in Ihc elty 
yetterday. 

Mr. Chai. J. Ecde*. with V. F. Col- 
lier*! I ubllihing liuUM  ofNi'w York, 
and an ex-etlttur. In nvllliii; liiH)k« in 
the rlly and will Ih  hvrr I'ur m'Vi'rul 
wenka. Ill* hcadquai torn arc at the 
Ourbndgu Itoaae. 

IfaLroN-WARR.— Attbo re«ldcnce 
ef Jlr. C. W. Wtti», Trenton, Ky., 
Thureday, Noremlier 8lh, 18^ Mr. 
Frank Walton, of lladonivlllc, Ky., 
to Mlia Charley Ware. There were 
four couplcii of altiMidaiitti. Tlii  cer- 
cmony. WU4 iiroiiiiiiiirvil liy lii'v. Mr. 
I.(N'kott, .of 'I'lTiiton. The newly 
wviUIlhI ('oii|iIii have oflr wamnsl 
coiiitraliilatloiiH. 



HEBE AlTD TEEHZ. 



W. V. ralloii, I, ill! Iiiaiiruiioc 
oiil Simla oiiiiih' headqnartora at 
Wilson & UalbruuUiV 

Now gubicribei'S 

I'oiiiiiij; 



are conatautly 
loud-woekly is 



In. The 

Kwioily booming. 

The liii'j,'c-l liiii' 111' liiiliiluy iri iicl  
and tiiyit in lliu city can bv t'uund at 
Wilson k Galbroath'B.   

Rev. B. F. Orr, of the Metliodlit 

church, I* ranging on a protracted 

niertlii}r ill Kiiirvii w. 



Shooting at rotorsburg. 

A rivni'-iioiiil. iii Ml I'l'icriiburg, Ky. 
r:iiiIh 11^ ilii' IVillowiii;; aceoantofk 
Hliiii liii}( lliciv Ot't. :ill: 

'riini IlrlilgiM shut lliiil Dor-i y in 
the hip. Tbo ball raii).'i il upwaril 
ami the doctor* lliink tlicri' In iiu 
rliiiiii'i  lor III* recovery. Tim wcup- 
iin was a Dull Hog pUtol No. 38. 
The ahuoting ymt accidental. 



aoc: 



PSOBABLI ICVBDIBID. 

KyttoriouB Sisappoaranco of a 
Oluriitian Coun^Yonng Han. 

The following letler wuit reiuivwl 
by As8o«aor MoDanlel a ftw days 
ago! 

iliietior, ChrUtion Cowtf, Ky.t 

Dbah 8m— a young ninn, by nnnic 
.lolin C. Whiti', a native (if your 
county, dlBapiHiuicil niyiitcrioUHly 
t'roiii 'tills g'actioii about a year ago. 
llu ha* iiiaiiy friend* here, and Uio}' 
ai'ii iinilor Ihc !nijirc«*lon tliat bo wa* 
iiMii'ilcri'il I'ur Ills money, as, at the 
liiiio 111' WHS luBt seen In I'nlu I'lnto 
riMiiilv, lliis Slalc, 111' bail almiil 
i|i:i,UUU' with liini. Dun'l know hi* 
fHilicr'aiuime,butif yon cangiTOUk 
any InlVirmatlon of htm— at any 
tlniiMliirliitt ilic iiail year— you will 
ciiiil'i'r a I'avor liiatwill bo appi-c- 
vlatuil, ami ii'i'iprocated, shoulil op- 
iwrlunlty ever prosciii iisdf. 
Your* truly, 

N. L, BAHTUOI.OMSW. 

The letter waa written uiwn a lot- 
lor-hoad of the Itangor Cattle Co., 
I'oit (irinin, Texas, of which the 
writer wa* secretary and troasurcr, 
aiiil was dated October 16, 1883. Do 
any of our rcnilcrs know anything 
alimd yimn;,' Wliilc? In 1880, J. C. 
M'liili' WHS :i MilisiTilirr to the South 
Kkn ii i ki vn, at Iliis posb-olllce, but 
wlu llirr nr lint it was the same innii 
we \m unable to say. Wo will bo 
^l;iil lii iMitillsh any information on 

till' Mlllji'cl. ' . 



Till' | nili':ii'tcil liii'ctiiig at Locust 

di'uvi' iiapiisi church oloacd tbo flrat 

III I 111' wi'i'k. 

Tbe art Axoss last night was post- 
lioued and will be held to-night, to- 
morrow niglit and Monday mght. 

Dr. K. It. I'lmk sustained a painful 
Injury by ai riilciilally Htickiiiir a to- 
bat'ci) slii K ill bis i'l;,'bt cyo Tuesday. 

M( sr.rs. L. T. Gaiaca & Co. have 
sultl nut their bar at tlio Pbanrix Ho- 
tel and contemplate opening another 
eliewliero. 

Advertisers, remember wo give 
you duublo thu amount of advertis- 
ing yuu get in weekly newapapera at 
tho aauic price. 

We have already i-eccived 111 new 
siibucrlptions to onr Soiiil.-Wcckly, 
aliliough it Is only llirccdays old. 
Who Huy* It will not be a success '  

Kid. Uaiit, of KIkton, preached at 
the Christian church last Sunday, 
and is In the city tills week taking 
ple l ;i'H tor the I Ionic Mission work. 

.Iiiil^;i' .Inu Mit'ari'iill bas moved 
Ills law iillii'C lip stairs in the .Mr- 
Danici building, on the corner of 
Main andrf^ourt itreet*. 

TIioSkmi-AVkkklv Sdi'tii Kkntitk- 
\\s start* out with till' lar;;c»t list of 
paid iii  siih^' i ihi'i's I't" any newspa- 
per piibli-lii d ill Wi'^li i II Ki iitiii'ky. 

We give to.ila.\ a piii lial list of the 
prime* tu b« awarded at our next 
ilmwlng. Tlio list when completed 
will be tlio bett wo liavo everar- 

laiigcd. 

.if IIk hv- on Main  ln'it. tlir 
old laiidiiuu k'-, air ln'iii;; c iil iluwu 
nut iif till' way. .Ml of llic priiiri- 
pnl ttrn'ts are iH-liig woiiderl'iilly im- 
proved by a new layer of metal. 

We called on .las. t'ye ft Co., thU 
morning. We found Ihelr'deak cor- 
I'lt'd wItJi taiiipics ofsullingt, which 
liicy were lending to MebanviUe,N. 
C, Maahvllki, Teiin., Lonliville, Ky., 
and otiier citle* In reiipon*e to letter* 
of ra |tte»t Ibr saiiic 

AVhIle on his \\ ti\ Id llic I.iiMk ran 

.Sylliid in Ihlilc'lr 'I rlilli --I I'. Ill V. I'. 

I.. Ilraiiii bad bis sat  iii l lnnKi'ii iip'iii 
anil riiblii diii lln' rar uhlli- ili ' tniiii 
« as stiippiii}; at tlnlliric. iind siis- 
laiiii il iiuili' a heavy loss, t^uiic a 
uiiiuber of such rubberlo have been 
cominlttod there recently. 

Main and Virginia itrceta aro Ih - 

ing rc-iiielaled In the builnes* iiari 
of the lilt. 'I'Ih' wide gutter* arc 
iH'Ing tflki'ii lip aihl very nari-ow mii's 
put down, iiiakilf^ iniirli niuic inoiii. 
Till' idea is a ;jnuil din', and. iiiidrr 
.llie Mipcrvi^lnii III ,\lr. .Iiibii .\, 'I'wy- 
iiiaii, llie work is being piisbed ahead 
rapidly. 

The iiiii«l slioi'kiii^ ai eiilenl that 
lias liappeiii d hi l e for i|iiite a while 
occurred iliis week. A colored buy 
by tlic name of John I'askell at- 
tempted to Jump on to an empty coal 
ear and wat thrown nndor it, and 
eleven cars and engine ran over him, 
cutting oif both lega, one arm and 
the top of hli bead, and, in fuit, out- 
ting him all to piece*. The railroad 
company had the remain* gathered 
up and drefaed aa well a* they could 
be, and lent to Hopklnavllle, where 
hi* mother reside*. Coroner Earl 
was sent for, and an inquest' held, 
and a verdict i-ciulered by tho Jury 
exonerating the railroad company 
from all blame, and Hint the deceased 
caiiie to his dealh by his own rare- 
le^sness. — [ l''.arlin;;toii t'orrespoiid- 
eiii c .Miidisoiiville Times. 

A prominent farmer crossed the 
Htroet;thl* week to congratulate 
lis upon starting a seiul-wookly. " It 
is jiisi what Ilopkinavllle ought to 
have bad long ago,'' be remarked. 
"Farmers want tbe news ol'teiier than 
once a week Btid the result bas boon 
that they have bad to take two paiier* 
to get the news, when a semi-weekly 
would have saved them half tbe 
money invested. You have my beat 
wIbIios, and I believe your enterprise 
will succeed. Intolligont people 
know a good thing when they seo it, 
and you will find out tliat tbo Semi- 
Wkkki.v South Kkstuckian will 
eoiitiiiuo to Increase in popularity as 
long as you keep It up to Its present 
Staiiilaiil iif exeelh'iii'y." \Vilha face 
silirilseil wilh liliishi' . we tried In 
thank him for his eiii i iira;;iii^;' wiinU 
but found wo were loo full for utter, 
anco. 



Orangors Vs. Warehonsemen. 



All of Thoir Tobacco to Qo to the 
Louisville Market. 



■ There aro two lloiiii .hiiig (iranges 
In C'lirislian eoniily, one loialeil at 
(.'hiin h Hill and the other at t'asky. 
The Iwii iiiiiplier alioiil two bnndred 
III' llie iiiosi pi'iiiiiiiieul and substan- 
tial farmers of llie eonnly. 

l''or the hist live years it has been 
the custom of tho Ciraugers to ar- 
range to consign their tobacco all to- 
gether to one warehouse, and the 
wareboiiseincii have given them a re- 
bate. Tills arraiigomeiit was made 
by letting the contract to the lowest 
bidder, and, as the Grangers' tobacco 
ranged all the way fW)m 600 to 1,000 
hogsheads a year. It was a big thing. 

Messrs. Buckner * WoOldrldge se- 
en red tlic contract for three years, 
and Messrs. Gant ft Sons had It for 
IN-'I and 1883. Tho bidding, ui 
I uiir^e, became more animated from 
year to year, and in 1882 thn Messrs. 
(jaiit obligated themieivo* to give a 
rebate of $1.05 ft'om tho i-cgiUar rale 
of 12.50 |)cr bogtbcad. Under this 
iii raiiKemcnt llicy received 790 hogs- 
licuds, innklng a saving of 11 ,203.50 
to tbe (iraiieers. 

Last siiiiiiiier, the Kiiiiiil nl i'raile. 
eiiinpo^eil of ihe li.li;ii . ii liner^ ami 
warelioll-eluell. held a lilrelill;; and 
ilei'ideil thai all of Ihe waielioiise- 
lllun iiiiist ohli^ale llieiiisehe- mil In 
idler Ihe ti landers any rebate whal- 
ever. The (jioiinds for this were, 
lliat It kept Ihe warehiiu-enii 11 from 
having a iinifuriii rale, and iiiitsiders 
demanded the same lali'- on the 
siore of peiMiiial lVleiid'-hi|i, birye 
crop-, ell'., and thereby eaused eiid- 
le.-s aniioyam e. The w areluiiiselileii 
elaiiiied lhal fanners wliii had twen- 
ty or more bugsbcad* to hcII would 
threaten to Join the Grango and «avo 
if.).-  or If III if tbey were not given a 
redliied rale. 

The doci»loii uf tbe Board uf Trade 
was communicated to tbe Grangers 
and they at once rose up In arm*, so 
to speak, and declared they would 
not pay Aill rates. A tbrmal demand 
for a rebate was made which wu.s 
promptly declined. 

Tbe Granger* then held a consut- 
latioii, and decided to make a proiw- 
siiion to a T^nisville warciiouse. Dr. 
J. D. Clardy wa* appointed by 
Church Hill Grange and Mr. Wins- 
ton Ilcnry by Cnsky (irangc to act as 
agent* in the matter. After some 
preliminary correspoinlenie. Mr. .1. 
S. I'lielps. reprcsenlin^r mie of the 
Lolli-ville \\ alehouse-, eailie liilhi« 
eity and Ihe arran^'enieiil w as made, 
llie lobai eo to be .old fer *l..jO and 
one per lent eoiiiiiii--ion. The 
In i;:lil rail i.i l.i.uUville will be :il 
I I on Ihe hiiiiilreil. It Is i' iiniai- 
ed thai there will be about KKI liii};s- 
heads, or alioiil (l.'ill.iK.K) pounds of 
bar,,,. 

We have talked w ith several of the 
Grangers anil^ ibey say liny were 
working for a priiieiple of their or- 
der and nut so iiiiieb fur the amount 
of the rebate. One of i hem told lis 
that tbey wvnlil iiave ueeepled a re- 
bate of 25 cent*, but were determiiieil 
uot to be deflefl and forced to aban- 
don one of the object* of their order. 

The warehoutemen tao the Gran- 
gers will loM money. They will lia\ e 
to pay between 15 and $6 fkwight per 
hogshead and will got but 11.00 re- 
bate. Their tobacco will be broken 
and put on thiT market by strangers 
2U0 miles away, and they predict that 
the Granger* will bo tired of their 
cont^ract after a few trials. Tlie 
liraii;;ers, however, say they are able 
to take eare of tlieiiiselves and w ill 
do so. They have arranged In ^el all 
he iniiuey lliey may waiil advaiieeil 
on their tohaeeo fat S per l eiil. 

While we refriet to ~ee m, iiiueh tu- 
baeei) sent away from our home 
market, it is not onr proviiiee to take 
sides in the inaller. We merely suh- 
mit a plain statement of tlic facts 
and leave tbo reader to form his own 
coneluslori a* to which side is in tlic 
right. 



SPECIALJLOCALS. SPECIAL LOCALS. 

Misses Cloaks; some- 
thing new, just re- 
ceived at M. Fzankel 

& Sons'. 



ClQab! Clo aks I 



Just received our 4tli 
invoice of Cloaks this 
season, consisting of 

liussiaii (Jirculars at i|;12.riU. 
liiissbtn Fur Trimmed, t22.00. 
1'lain Fnr Trimmed, largo collar, 
♦12.00. , 

(Jitoman Silk Circulai-*, flir lined, 
$25.00. 

Uoliiiaii-, Xewmarkcts and Cloak^. 
all priei's from ^..W to $.')0.00. 

ri;ANKi:i,.tsf)N.s. 

SPECIAL! 

We sell the celebrat- 
ed Erin Lime for $1 
per barrel. Don't fail 
to buy it. 

Full line of Grates 
and Mantels; Plaster- 
ing Hair. 

Forbes & Bro. 

Nov. 94t. . 



WANTKl)-;Wlfh 

riliinliial alliaiiee, 
\oiiii;; lady under 
age. Address 



a view to a niat- 
Ibe address of a 
twenty years of 
J. Jl. (jlUKS, 

Clarksville, Teiin. 



If you want the best 
wagon on wheels buy 
"Old Hickory." Met- 
calfe & Bro. 



CORN. 

IwUlpay ihe highest 
market price far old corn 
eitlier hulled or on the 
ear delivered at my mill. 
I will also fake same at 
pensif parties desiring 
to sell have 7iot time nor 
teams to deliver: call and 
see me at once. 

Very Respectfully 
EIJGEX E WO OD. 

J. HTWinfree & Co., 
have opened up in the 
Tobacco Hogshead 
business again and 
are ready to supply 
all and every one in 
need ofhogsheads. 
Call and see us, at the 
old Skating R i n k or 
Herd Block. 

TO IHfPUBLIC! 

1 have ]iiiri lKiM'd the eiilire stock 
of .Ml 11 liaiiili-e of Kaae Marl, and 
will eoiitiiiue 1 lie hu-iiie-s at the same 
Stand nil east sid,' of Main street, in 
the Thompsiiii ISIoek. I'l'i'sous do- 
siriiig bargains cannot do belter than 
to eafl at my store. I'nhlie paiioii- 
age is resiiei'll'ully solieiied. I have 
attonlive clerks ami all -hall b,' wait- 
ed on priiiiiplly. I also purchased 
Holes ami biiok' accounts fhmi Isaac 
Hart and persons indebted u him, 
will make payment and .settlement to 
me only. 

.TAMES BUOWK. 

Oct. 25, 1883. 

I have sold out my entire sun k of 
.Merchandise, and also all notes and 
aeeounti due me to James Brawn. 
Person* Indebted to mo will make 
seltlemenl and payment to Mr. 
Ilrowii. and 1 elieerfiill\ reeiiniincml 
him tu my obi eiistoniers, ami soUcil 
fur lilm theli; patronage. 

V6KXC HART. 




Having a large line 

ol Dress Goods on 
hand, have made up 
our minds to reduce 
them and have put 
the knife into prices 
and cut them way 
down. 

Cashmere at 80i' ; former pi ii e .tLIK). 
Casliiiiere at (.'le ; former pi iee !K). 
Caslimcro at liac ; former in iee 85. 
Cashmere at 55c ; former price 75. 
Cafibmcrc at 50c ; former price 66. 
Cashmere at 40c; former price 60. 
l'ani'\ Casbinero at 70o ; former price 

!»(l,-. 

Faiiey Poplin at !IOe : fnrnier prieo 40. 
i'iii l)ot at IVle; former prie,,' 40e. 
Siizeriiie Silks at llOe; former price 
.'lOe. 

1-liieli Klaiiiiel at ■'fl.lU: former 
IM'iee •'tl.T.'i. 
ishiidah Cloth at75e; former price 
90c. 

Camel'* Hair at SSi-; former pri, e ."iii. 
Caiiii.'rs Hair at (We; former priee 7.'). 

Don't fail to take ad- 
vantage of these bar- 
gains: you will never 
have another such 
opportunity. 

M. Fran k el & Sons. 

Mr. G. T. llermloii, formerly with 
tho well-known tiriii of Metcalfe & 
lli'o., has purehased the ri^'lit of this 
eouuty for Ihe Alkiii -on Head Light 
Lamp. Ii is an excellent lion explo- 
-ivi' lamp, and ovet7 housekeeper in 
the eoliiiiv should have one. Call on 
liiiikal the ofllco of C. W. Metcalfe & 
Bra. 



Metcalfe & Bro. has 
iust received a big lot 
of Steel Barbed Wire. 

Come to w! W. Rad- 
ford's tor Christmas 
good s. 

Don't forget that W. 
W. Radford has the 
largest stock of Toys 
and Fancy Goods m 
the city. 



M. UP.STINE. 



1!. R SCIIOENFELD. 



We are Receiving a Magnificent Display 




Lipstine & Schoenfeld. 



We have the largest, tlnesl, most eomplete and attractive stook in tlio city, 
w^bicli we will sell cheaper than any Clothing, Dry Goods, Boot 
or Shoe establisbmont in IIopklnsTillo. Onr stock 

is new and consists of 



CLOTHING, 

Boots, Shoes, Notions and Furnishing Goods 

OVERCOATS 

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

Astonishingly Cheap! 

Our Clothing is of the most approved Fasliioiiablo Cut and Hake, 
II.nuI.somc, Substantial and Durable. Our Boots and Shoes are obtained 
direct from tbe manufacturers and are guaranteed equal to the best Our 
Dry goods are of the best quality and we will give you suob figures that yon 
can't help ft-om buying. QlTeusacall. . 

LIPSTINE ft SCHOENFELD. 



NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. 

J. G. HORD, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Hull,-, Ml 

t-r. K-K" 



ill. Iliii-,,ii. 
;,,i l all k, 



l.ar.l. Mcil.is...s. I „il, ,. 
il-.if I lif.STIlV ri;i 



sii._';ir, I aiiiiO'l IliDil , 
llt'CK. I a,.i ^i-lliiii: 



Uliuawaro, Qneonsvara, But 



Staple and Fancy Groceries 

ii--   Iicaj) ;ii li.iii-f in liir '',tv. 'llu- hiti'Tf^t of iiiv rii-lnmcv,-. i-; inv int.'i''-'t and I shall al  
wii\scii.|c;n.'i- I.I -sw" yw tlio W-i Wt i^'hl. ib'  il'mr-t gtimU fur tliu Icftst intHU^. 

CALL AND SEE US AT MY NEW STAND ON TIBaiNIA ST. 

tW n. I Blw have * largo atock of CLAB B0ABO8 vliicli I wUI Kll Terr kiW.   
tiepll'ftlyle,t j. tf. HOttD 



Art SatntaiaaiMit., 



Sropptd Diad. 



Tromalno's Art Show has been on 
the boards at the Opera Uonsu all 
this week and will bo till Moinlay 
ni ;ht. Tbo oiitortalninoiits have 
been given to ci-owded liouses, night 
after night, which fiict is alone 
enough to attest their merit To- 
night and to-morrow night the pro- 
grammes will be exeeeOingly Inter- 
esting and those who have not at- 
tended should notfktl to embrace the 
last opixirtunltles. The admisaion 
price is only 26 eenta for tieaerved 
seats. A grand matinee will be giv- 
en BatuiHlay afternoon. 

Itieb. ('aiii|iliell, a well Uiiowii col- 
oieil niun, ilieil in this rity 'I'lic.siliiy 
niiflil anil was biirieil Wednesday 
wilh ilisriiiuiiisheil honoi'S by the U. 
U. 1 \ Lodgo, of which bo was a mem- 
ber. 



To Ihe Public! 

I have movwl into iny'now house, 
Itoom No. 4, on first and second 
floors, Willi a nice and fUll 
stock of 

FlimE ! 



My fk-icnds and the public are cor- 
dially invited to 

GIVE ME A CALL 

-Villi exainiiie my Kiirnitiiri' ami 
prices for ttieinsolvcs. 



,v n I.I, si fi'i.r OF 

FUNERAL FURNITURE, 

BOTBUESTAL AND WOOD. 

— .tLSO— 

Robes on Hand. 

Geo. 0. Thompson. 

(NoTS-lml 



CANT & CAITHER, 
Proprietors o£ Planters' Wareh.ou«0, 

TonACCO WABERpUSEMEir AND COMMIIrslDX MlCIif HANTS, 

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 



BOT. 14m. 



. PAYHE & YOUNG, 

I'K.Vl.KKS IX 

'la|,l,' aiel I'am'y lii'Di-eiie-, lliinhviiri'. tllu Mv;iri', Tinware, Qiioensware, 
Wooilenwarc, 'J'obacco and C'onl'ectioueries, Coiintrv Produce a speMaily. 
NA8HVILLE, ST., HOPKlNSVniLE, KY. 

(ni,v 1 'Ml-lj J 



WHEELER WAREHOUSE. 

WHEELER, MILLS & CO., Propr's 

UUS8ELLV1IXE STllEET. 
lIOllKiySVILLE, . KBNTCUKY. 

nov. l-din. 



Catarrh 



Just received a large 
shipment oi Malaga 
Grapes, California 
Pears, Pine Apples, 
Florida Oranges. 
W. W. Radford. 

Country inerchants 
will save money by 
calling to see "W. "W. 

Radiord. 




'I'lie nlleiiliiiii of farllll'r^l im ealti'cl 
ti, the t'ai'l llial Mi'tlaiiiy. limile .t 
t'o. ai'e spi'i iai u;;eiils lor a liarbeil 
■Wire Co. Tbo wire i.i* (falvani/.eil 
aliil i nns li'i and 17 feet to the poniid. 
Ijnrire illseounls .are olToi'cd. Call 
and see tbein. 



All old negro man named Henry 
(illliim dropped dead of heart disease 
near tbo l 'alr Grounds Wednesday 

nijrlit. lie was nt tbe bouse of one of 
his iieiKliliors and bail been iiiiii 
)i1aiiiiii;r tliiit his head hurt him. lie 
tiiially ii'H anil startoil hiiiiii' anil 
was liiiinil llie next nniriiiiif;' near the 
fence where he hail fallen ileail. An 
iminest was hold and a voiilict ren- 
dered in accordance with the above 
fsoU. 





... I'r. VNTK. tor AI.I, OIIOI'H, fur ALI, 
.ll.VTI.S. All iiru l,..t,,l; (ii'ly l!iol rfit Mint „iit 
(irnlii nml I'nTiii Si-rd .,|tiiiit,ili lli..'.or ' wnl l„.st iiietlio,!. 

J if nilt'iiv rf lir.i:;-. It.-.t I'r.i^. On,-t,. . rcxMir rmi*, Tn , 
Inilt :iu-, ,'IC. I lllv Ktcls. .I..'.., I ru tl»jl:e ai.if iritc lilt (f 

pe\i)riil il,t.„':,inl vart,!tloi,. FItLK. * 

HihAM SIBLEY & CO. Rocheiter, N.Y. . 



FOCR SECOS. 

Chicago, III. 



C.A. Tliompson, 



Mr. Isaac Wolf, a prominent Jew- 
ish merohaut, and one of the wealth- 
iest olticons of Louisville, died last 
week aged l!u years. Ho was a mem- 
ber of tbo niammotli clotbing boiiKc 
ofKahii. Wolf Sons. Mr. Wnll' 
was born in llavaria uml he^'nn life 
in Ainerica in ISUl'i as a jieililler of 
notions. About tile year of 18.V) he 
elerkeil in a ijroeery store iiwiieil by 
a man named Motill, in this city ami 
went to Louisville flx m this eity in 
186L 



New Crop N. O. Mo- 
lasses at 

MoKee & Po oPs. 

Fresh Btiok "Wheat 
Flour at 

M cKee & Poors. 

Oat Meal & Crack- 
ed Wheat at 
■ McKee fePool's. 

Try the new "Daisy''' 
Stogies, two for 6 cts. 
MoKee&Pool. 

Coooanuts and Or- 
anges at 

McKee & Poors. 



ELY'S 

m m 

liDR Kiiioctl nn cn- 
vifililo ic)iiitati( n 

U I'l'I'l'VtT klliiU II, 

V r i n ))jiratk ns. 
.Vq articlo of un* 
tlnubiott merit. 

ltvauBc« no pnlu 
norsnoeslng. 

IS KOT A 

UQClDorSNUtF 



Apply bv tho (Ingcr Into tho nostril*. H 
wtlllio aheorlicdf ciref.tiintlr elonnslng 

nnhal |ias*ii);t'H of ontarrlinl virus, cftiisinn 

lifiiltliv Rfi'Ttioiii. It nihil fl inllnmntloii, prn- 
10. I- llir ill! nilii;i!i;il liriiii.;- i f Ihc licaii fi'iuti 
aiiihUmutl riiliN. riiiii]ilih'l \ lu';tls tin- utirt'e 
and ri'"li n'P Hn m-h-c ' f lat^tc iiinl eiiifll. lU'ti- 
I'lii ial vcsulti* nro irali/.ivi l y a fow ai'pUca- 
tioiiii. 

A llnnonK'' (n-ntnuMit wiUniic 
Uncqualotl for Cfltl ill tlio fit ati. lUaiiai lic 
nnil UuatiiUftR, or any kiml t [ iiuk oiis iik-ih- 
brannl IrritntinuB. .St'nl tor ciifiil;!!. Hy 
mall, I'TiMtni'l, uimt-kago— Btaiiii r. n-n ivi'il 
Sold by all whnletaUi ADil rot*il ilru^'Kisi.s. 
KI,Y lUtOTURItS, Dniirni«iN 
niig0*«i3-ly ■ Ow«go, N. \. 




TOOLS, IRON, 

Queenswarc, Glassware, and AVin 
dow Glass, Window Shades, 

WallPaper, Etc. 

Wo. 2. Tbom'ison Block. 



THIS MAGNETIC BELT 13 

WARRANTED TO CURES:^,-l,r«Si- 

TttboTltlMdldMi-ratnltithnbnok, hlphka^ear 
UMbii,sorToudobimj,lumbit,{4i. Hfnerul d«hlUtr» 
rhcamDtlHn, pMnilriilit, ucurRlffls, Mlallcst 

BrmlnDl cinlw.l«it*, iMMtMVt MtllM% "^m B|P 

U m. ht'riitu or r offt 111% «dufi| »lM% I 

duiiin iicuc. rtf. 

r.-Lenui.y .l.'Millr of ttisfiENEBATITKORO&IfS 
Occuni. loit Tlutlllr. I'xk ofsorve fom* and Tlcsr* 
WktU^BwraLnoMt'n.and aII tlioMdlHuea ofap*^ 
MBttl Bwture, frciti wlutlover caupn, thu continuous 
fltrMtm or UAgnctlira ponar^ntlng Ihrnush I'lo l'*rU 
nnatrcatorethcm to ■ krolthy kcUuu. TCiL'i t) U no 
Oliitr.ko About thU RppUkDOO. 



CIIAITEU n. 
''Mai'li'ii. Masd., Fcp. 1, Ksso. iicnllemcii— 
I MiiVt!n il with attnckfi of siok hoitilaclnn" 
Nciirali^Ai feinalo trouble, (or yoan In tlia 
moiit torrlblo anil oxoructatlng luannvr. 
No nu ili -iiu  or ilootOT oonld gtVO mftfclti-f or 

i-iirc until 1 iisi'it Hop Bitten. 
"The llriiL IkHUo 
Nearly curwl lue;" 

Tlio Honon t mmlo mo m well anditrongas 

whim a rhtUI, 
"And I havo l con ro (o thlx Oay.'* 
My huMbantl wnHnu invaliil for twenty ycnrs 

wilh a wiioui*. 
"Klilnoy, liver ami urinary roniplaiiU, 
"I'nnmnnrtil by UtwlouV luMt |)liy«irl«n8— 
"liu'uvablo!" 

Hc'Vi'n ImttlCHof voiir liitterii ciirctl him and I 
km)W of tlio 

"LlvoH of eight iKTsoiw" 

In my neighborhooil that havo boon aarotl by 
your blttera, 

And many more are naingtbom with groat 

Iwnclll. 
"I'licy iiliuaHi 

Uomlracle0»" — ain.S.D.SlMlt« 



HALL'S 

IB KECOHKEHPED BY PHYBICIAHB. 

Catarrh of the Na.nl Cavlty-Ohronio and 
Ulosratwei Catarrh of th* (iir, lya or 
Throat. It la takan INTtRNALLY, and 
acta DIRCCTLV upon tha Blood and 
MuO':ua Surfnosa of tha Syatam. It 
la tl.a baat Blood Purinar In tha 
WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la 
charsed tor It, for THAT alone. 

TUB! 

wi mum CURS m mm 

artu Tui; jiAituicTjatj 

And wa offer Ono Hundred Doiloru for any 
Caao of Catarrh it win not Cure. 




CO 

^ AIDOMll 

:flTHELADlES:-^£, 



OB _BI« I 

lU inL LHUILUi" »ktB»aUlH» 

jv hnwiMw- NfurftUlB, MervBBa 

1 FiliBnBUoB,D»«pep«lfl.orirlth UlBpBiBBBf UjB Ut- 

I r-r, Kldncriu llvudBotio orVold Feot* HwollMi or 
Womk Aiitlcm orKwolIPB tB«|, BO Abdotnlmil Hell 
1 uid % pulr «f UoifTK'tli: Kuct llBttMlBf UTO no aup«*i1or 
mth* rultcf ondoun^ u( all thne coraplBlnta. Th«f 
eanr B powBrtul laugnoUo torao to UU) mbI or Uw 

^¥!!riA«B BMk. WBBkBBHOr At SbIv* 

liik«rth« wBaibabBBr — — — 




WUX OUHU ANV OASE. 

Office of A. T. Stcwart & Co. I 
CnioiQo, 111., June 4, lb»0. | 
Jlff^tr*. F. J. Cheney C'»., Toledo, O. 

{icntU mri\:—\ tako iilfosnro Inlnformlnir you 
that 1 have used UalVa Catarrh Cure. It bat 
ourodme— Iwaarery had— and don't heRltatnto 
saythatllwIUoM^UUiycasoof Catarrh tf taken 
properly Yours truly, 

J. 13. WEATniRTOlU). 

WORTH SIO A IIOTTLE. 

E. UcRnAY. Jat-kson, Jllch., wrltrt Havo had 
Catarrh for 80 yeara. Hall's Catarrh Cure ourtMl 
me. Consider It worth liaoo ft bottle. 

9^ld by all DruMRataat \ & rta. nor bottle. 



For Bll fOTTM Of^TCMBlBlMaMltlM t* !■ — 

Bfttit Bnd Bi B •oaroa of powbt bu vitBlnBtloD, 
Trlon o( oltliBr Dolt with Uaffnttlorook Bi^i^tft tlJOl. 
iMit hf MpreM 0. 0. D . . mod enmliwlwr 
mBllonroo  l[i(orprlc«. Inordarlof.l 
wnlitBndiiUoof ihofl. RemltUnotor" 
rprcj, Btmt InlotliTftt ourrUk. .... ' 

ThoMscnioton UBnni-nU aro BdkptM tu Bll Bvos, btb 
«. Ti) nviir tho undurolothtng, (not veit to taa 
Ilko (he niBny tiulTanle aad Kluetrla Hm  
bucii a lv»il«Ml, Bi^M^Btulvelf  _ and ^shotild^ b} 

BTCWornBlai 

Hoiid KtAinn 

meat witkdi 



Ivartlkod MBXtBtulvelv) and should ba 
r Bijtlffbk 11u»h^tbiir|Mwff-/brw^ 




LYON&HBALYi 

Stile k Monroe 8tt.,0hleMe. . 

irillMPdjnMMlotHMilmillitlri^ 

band6ata£oqui, r 

« IHA DM pH«,^n Ki cnv1i'ft' 
' ritrannit. Biittit Cipa. Brlx,' 
ipoiu, K|«aUli, Ck| -Uiut«. 
Ida. Dram Mitl*" Sl**^ ■D i 
Stkdrr auil Onlbtot IUmHuc 
itlwlBdthlw iMtracllen ud Et- ^ 






1 



I 



mm, ilO UDBfugs! Drugs!! 

Southwesteili ]lavi} opi'iiciL li riill line uf 

AA^^Jtt^A^ ^SS' flints, Oils, ftffm«7, lolaccfl, 

WHTES, BHAITSIES, LIQUOHS.Zte. 

Vor Mi'ilicBl pnrposoi', anJ thev 
would like for their iriiinds and the 
pnblic to Rive them it call. 
West oiilo of Main atreet, at Qray 

4 Wnlkpv's old Rtnnd. 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

Carefully Conipnnndcd night or day 
CREX8H/VW & WALKER. 

UanWtf! 



Southern Trunk Line 

Throngli the 

VIBOINIAS 

—TO- 

WASfflNGTON. 

BALTIMORE, 

m mm mm m 

-TflE- 

DZB.BCT ROTTTS 

— TO— 

aCemplils, 

ITew Orleans, 

mill all points in 

ARKANSAS 

AND TEXAS. 

Call nn or acMrcs* 
B FMITCHliL Q- F- A . 

LnCIRVlI.lE, Ky 



mmii souiH mm 

NASIIVII.I.K STHKKT. 

lIOrKIXSVII.I.K, KKNTl ( KY. 





CLUB LIST. 



W( will mmteh the toliowlngpapen anil tw- 

rkxIirnlH Willi the f II II-W|1ICIII.T HOITB Knii- 
TicmAN M the iiubJoine l vhraii r»lw: 

Dally (Oiirlir-Jimriuil 110.*) 

Wil'klv r,,iiiii-i-.Iittini:tl $s.2.*t 

" IjxiihVilU' ('•■iiiiiioKltal fS.lHl 

FaniuTH llumu JitumHl |8.1ft 

INjlonwii'ii Magulne ti.ao 

Umlry-s IjulyV Bank t3.« 

XcwYopk WrrklySun W.IO 

cliidnnntl Si'ws W.IO 



DpM5 ud Meiiciuss IM s*^""* 




f . n. AmnsTBAB. 

OPPOSITE THE PHCEXIX IIOTIU* 
Kco| 8 ono of the largest atocka of l riij/rs . Mcdidnrii and l)ru rgUt Simdritfs, 
Palnla, Oils, Vnniislios. SCIIOOI. IIOOKS mid ("KIAliS, in }Ioi kiiisvillc. 
Call and cxaiiuiii  my stock and imceii bclbix' iiin'c'liatiiig olscwiiciv. 

[iloi-IM-lv] 



jn rhrniiii' ilvsj r|iMii Ilvi-r rumjiUrrt 

tiiil Iiroiilf. ci ii li|i;iti ili inil iillu'r nl" 

vliiiiilu iliffiiM'i*,' lliiftHifr'* Stitniai'h nit- 
It-r* H hfvoiicl nil romliari^wn llie Im-^ 
rciii"lv lliiit cull I;ikMi. Af* u HH'iilK i  
ri -i'0-'ii!i Ilii- slrt-iuMli viliil ^■1M•1■;^^ i* 
\h't lilt r-iiit-.iiL' illnU-r 11n* lilttill 



::E GREAT 



Through Trunk Line 





WltlioiitGIiaiigeanilwIlii Speed Unrivaled 



SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE 

^rom at. Li)aif, l!v»n8vi!le tnd lIitKlt-TBOB 
|y tbo 

SOUTHEAST & SOUTH 

TllKOIOH *nA  lU  rmm nl)M* - rlti'J to 
KiiiliriRp unil  'linliaiin  gH, mtkintc direct cuo- 
Sfcltuni with 

IP'allm.o.zi Palace Cars 

for Atttntft, BiiTannftli, Mkcon, JicluoovtUa, 
ud point! In Florldft. 

ronnMUoDi ar*  made M Gutbrl* ftotl ^Mb* 
Tllltlbrtll polatf i 

NORTH, EAST, SOUTH & WEST' 

In rullipan Pakw C»r«. ' 

Seektiis homai on tl)« 
_ _ _ lina of thU rend will 

recctv* ipecUf low rates. 

8te Affvnti of (h!» Comrtnyfbr ratfp, roalei 
*c.,or wriio C. P. ATMGRE. G. P. & T. K. 
. •!) Loutsvlllo, Ky. 



ITBW 

Barber Shop ! 

I have rc-oponcd my 

TON80RIAL PARLOR 

In tlifl room helnw Thnmuaon's Ilanl 
ware Store I have employed a* nn 
naHiKlanlR NELSON CI1088 an ! 
VVILLLVM r.uii.n. 

Thnnkini; lliepnhlicfm pist fiivors. 
I ahall try to ploaso tlicin mk lonif a  
ihoy may favor me with tlieir patroii- 
a^e. Roa|)ec(fully. 

.J VMES llARGnAV|-  

Ifijli n if.l 



Thcro !r nianr a slip twixt the cnp 
and lliclip," and, lie who taken, too 
liTcly, iliv cup 18 not llkHy to tnuuh 
I lii  lip if it beloiiga to a aoiiRlble girl. 
— Statp Journal. 

A ll.)iil,iiwvillc special lo llie t'uur- 
iii- .loiiinul is headed. "Duet of 
Wi ililiii^'s, Willi a Trio -to Vollow. 
How docgthe iliHpiitehcr know there 
ti'ioiaa to folluw? Audifhodijcx 
know, which of the wivoaare to have 
iwKU!'^— State Juuriml. 

— Till' I'lhhii'ali .Iiiiii iinl says a I'a- 
diii'ali i-'iil iliiln I waiil liei- lnver In 
tiaiiir a Iioat in-r. lu i .nise she 

diilii'l ili'-lre U) read in llic paiiers thai 
•■Malildii Slociiiii is up I'oi' ii'i air 
Matilda SliK-um is un dock to I c 
sei-ai)C l," cte. 

The r.pliowiii!.' is a liarlier'is adver- 
tisenienl ill the St.I.ouis I'ost-Ilis 

pali li :W 11 .pi'ol'. ssiirof eriiiieiill- 

ni'al atlsl■i^»il)ll and (M'uiKilo^'ii'ai li ip- 
sis. lon^i'iiiil aili-l, pli) sH';:nii- hair 
facial iiprraiiir, i laniiini niani| iihi- 
tor, anil capillary abridger. — VWtA- 
bptlitown -News. . 

A traveling man, n itlcing .1 prcttv 
v'irl In tlicear, weut over in the di- 
r.-i tioji, and .sniilliiglyaiikcd : 

U till* seat engaged, Mie.'i? 

\o, (ir, but I uin, an 1 liu'it going to 
;ret on at the next station. 

Oh— all— indeed— bog— pardon 

and he picked lip IiIa feet, after tiinib- 
liii.' oi'er till 111, un.l went into llie 
sni ikiii;; ci'r 10 be alone— Ellieabeth 
town Xi^wi". 



Cut  lii «« No. J n'Uly tn t^t late. 

CSpfiogCafiCompanj, 

EUSEVILIS, 

Wbiili'Mie Slanuraclurcr n( 

Two-Wheel Vehicles. 

Tli il  ti.il';; .0 Uv" • '- lir.t 

Rides lis Easy iis it ('iin-i;iiic. 

(;(i(tl . inn.If ' r t'u- li.--f rnifiil'i ' ^111 ( war 
rniiU-it. Wci(;l t fo'iii tMj L   IS-i |  )ii.i.l.-*. 

PRICES LOW. 

A»li yiwr mtrehaalii t' fi-: 1 n. . ■ for yon. 

C S;r;r.i- C^rt Co. 



niiB IT 



ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION 

-OF THE- 




INSURANCE BROKERS 



i(;r the Cure r.f Couglu, Colus.j 
i IIoar~.c;'.r!, i;.'.-!r(biii-,Croi:p, Ir.nu-I 
'cnzs,.'i-.:'.-.T.a,Whon;jirgCoc.j'ii,In-| 
;cipir;'.'. (A'lr.siimptionanil fir il-.e rc-T 

lief of or.' '.•.•.■.iptivcyicr3ons i:i wlvm-j 
iced ?ta.:;c"cf ilicDi?ci:nc. VorSilcl 

hy all i)rugsists — rricc, 13 Ccnls.l 



mm 



riimulx. of Ilnrtf.inl H too 000 

Sortlii'i :i."i l.-iMl..n .■ II wnotKi 

8,!0tti,-;i l l,|..lK,ni:\l',ll"Ml 3 01)1)111(1 

f,iniii-!-ii,ui...f ll^irir.'i'il 1 ■•^'"'^ 

llillilir:ii'llin'l-, "1 U"-l"li. I 

\iisili-ancc anil reliable inili'imnl\' 
apiiiisl Fire, l.iclilniii^'. Cyclones, 
Tornadoes, Klc. issued at 
roasoiiable rates. 

$18181 To Loan 

oil lieai iCslule Security. 

CALL AND SEE U8. 

Offlco over Bank of nopklnsvillc. 
(Sep M lffl1 

New Bai'Dt[ Shop 

TONSORIAL PARLOR! 

rorili«wliH '«-iti/iii'^ iif iiniikiiicTlllo anA 

t lirif liaii ri.iiiily. 



FREE! 




most t 

■ tiiiw r 



[IT of (ll- 

1 . V. .-1 

f».-r.flif,; 
- f ('prf(/. S' ii' 



tri, fl'rttf.iii * 
ru|iluill4i HK-ili'NVi'l  |.'i-/ *rr  

Addrtn DII. WAltD & CO.. Louliiaiu. Ma. 

Jin.-s-'ffl-Iy. 



W88T 70BZ. 

Xo .olb, ISS.]. 

V.K. Sot r:: K KSTfcKi.v.v : 

X.it Inn in;; seen a eoininunieatioM 
fi'i !ii this place I'lir Millie lime, and 
feclin;: Unit w e woiild nut like to Im' 
wholly ror^'iitlcn. I'll try In a feeble 
uay to .:;ive a few iiciii-. 
Never havlii;.' lid'ore uiittcn I', r 

puhlic iii-j lion, I Irii-I this may 

n it linil llie wa-ie lia-l.et. 

I lur I'lisi oUice, I'.ir 'li* iiutliiiij,' 
more siiii'e theiii .tth of the heail of 
Ihe linn, is siiiiatcd on one fork of 
lieil riviT. snjTouihli il hy ^rooii mills, 
clni.'.hc-. ir., .fliools and a line 
fai-iiijii;: conniy. (Inr fanners are 
live adive men, fully up with the 
linics. The monotony ofonr neigh- 
horho id w as broken a short while 
-inicliy^lic marriage of one of our 
fairest ami best. On the eve of the 
li'itli iiiHt., at the resideiiro of her 
^'l aiid father, Mr. Alio Allen, Sliss 
ilivttt Edwards to Mr. Joacpii U. 
loldi. Xo cards. 3Ir. Itobb is to bo 
on .'r:itiiIated on having won so cstl- 
nialile a conipanion. and my w isli ies 
llial iMcli day may reveal some new 
lid ailniaalilc trail in the ■ haracler 
ir'ii In ihc oilier aiid as llicv I linili 
llic hill 111 life, may the snares that 
liavclicsi t the path of many enlan;.'le 
lol their yimiii; f.'ct. The yoiiii;.' 
ciiiple Icfi iinni;'dia!"ly lor (liilliric. 

when, after liavini.' ji irliikcii of a 
lionnlifnl supper which the proprie- 
liir ;,'ave in honor ol' the iiccasiiiu, 
they left for Louisville to attend the 
lirand Kxposilimi. And here we 
iiiiisl leave them for our |ien drop)i, 
hnt onr hcst wishes will attend them 
llir.iu;;li life. 

Ul'.lllN.i. 



BMkoBidliWu. 

A blaxe in the cabin of a resident 
of Kahitiiek called out the engines 
the other day, and ancr Uiom eamo 
the Fire JCarshal to Invostlgato and 

report. 

Do yon know how it raught? he 
asked of the honaolioldor. 

AVell, tab, I reckon it «a  what 
dcm big folks calls siwnftia combus- 
titius. 

^'oll niQau spMitai.enis eombua- 

lion. 

Hat zaclly w'lat 1 mean sah. Yes 
sail. I reckon it was diit. 
AVIial ni.il es yon think so, 
M cll in lie Inst place. 1 selil do ^al 
up ill H e ^'arrct to tin my olc liiili 
In lie rex place she tnd; a cainllc. 
In lie las plaie ^hc npsol ile cainllc 
lliOii;.'a lot o" iicwspaiH Is e iiii 
shiniiiii down ile laildcr w id Iter e\cs 
as hi;; as turnips nil tole me dat de 
cahin w as all atiie. Ves, sah I ivek- 
ons it was s|K)iitaiieous eoiiibnstion, 
an Soon's \ve;ri di  fni'iiieher liiick in 
I/.egwiiieto lick dut gal till she 
can't holler! She orter i,nowi- l dnt 
spontaneous eoinbtisiion was »unthiii 
dat eoiildn't lie foolo.I wid.— Dctniit 
I 'l l',' pi ess. 

Pin:iaat3il Jolces. 

If brevity is the m uI of wit, how is 
this t ?— [Wherliiig .lonnial. 

It is will out a I'.— 'X. \.Knler- 
prise. 

I hi you eX|H-et any Uxly to •' 
— [I'liila. Sunday .Mirixir. 

My • • * yi.il «io |Kdnte«' 
aren't you?— [Uiirlhiglou 
prise, 

We-^the n|i|iortuiiIly to say thai 
these aro real 7 7 'i yuii fcllowe pro- 
|iound.— [liold. 

Well, they oITer us a lous sort uf 
amusemcnU at best, ami 1 unr 
spirits gn ally.— [KIcvaleit ]t«:iway 
Journal. 

Ifyoii Were in Ihi- \ o country .we 
wiiiild ;;iM-|i   o,i £^r.— 1 M. riilen 
lleconler. 

.\n eiliior i- an' his ri piilalion 
with siicli pnii-.— \\'clioinc. 
Milch ad. 1 a'K III H.— [ liclroi; ; ii e 

IVcs.. 

If voii f I'lMvsron't |iul a . to this 
horrilile punning We Will : (he |ioUee 

to ariesl Villi. 



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THE DISEASES OF 

YOUTH and MANHOOD 



Wo ImvpJiiJt n;iriifil II Xi'W Uarlior Shop In 
thciil.iskiiliiie llliik IliillilliiK, next itoor lo 
BurlirlilKi' llroa liiwcry, iiii SiislivHli' street 
8hSVln»,Ualr Cutting, Slminismliiie luclDyc 
Inc. CaUsadlstsnriiiiyvhnvi-. 

MOOKK A McLLCat. 



T. .\. I^hniann. Hi,li,;il..r of .\n.erlrnii nn.l 
anil Koreliii I'lm-iil-. W ii-lilNaloii. I), i . Ail 
hnaltifSKCTii'ici lc'l Willi I'nii'iiii.. wIh iImt Ih- 
fan Uio I'slcnt OlUroor tlm [ ourls. i niiniit.y 

gSsr Wis?.''' 




ACL'/DETOHEAtTH WITH- 
OUT MEDICINE. 

A rinsn ian m i^iypur'. 

r^l'. rl. i.ci'. Ilnii'I ]iiil.f n 
viiiir .\ ' Irni llriii'.. Onl prt 

11,1- .Hi. I I,., .1.1 II I,. 

.hitloit^ in . ■ .1 r;. . i.t.- Heir H 

bllRV, wlilrli II .-SI...-. I'll... Addrftt 
THE PU0UI HE[t, Dox U4. KilwaalcM. Wli- 



"rreiirliitlo 



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LIVERI FEED AND 




SALE STABLE, 

Spring St., bet. Main and Virginia. 
nOPKINBVILLE, KY., 

T. L. SMITH, Proprietor 

lliii.-..'ii'«. Iliii'lf. piiviiiK ni..l sn. 1.11c 
H'ir.*i.(i iilv^os n'liilv, Ciirciiil ilrivciH fiir- 
nlihoil wlit'ri ilcslrt'il. llorio ami mulcr 
lianiht anil aolil. Coaob to msMall Uratas. 
IJtanUl 



The World lioTM. 



The following c.vtracts taken from 
"TiicGa et(o oflboWcstim Conti- 
neut," compiled byJcdekiah Atone, 
D. D., A. A., 8., in the year 1801, 
show how woudcrfUlly tbiugt hare 
elian^rrd sinec thot time. 

"Loxluglou, fornii r'.y the capital of 
the State, conta'u is abt u*. STO bouses, 
5 plaeos of wonliip, 2 printing ofllccs 
and several stores of well assorted 
i,'ouds. It lios 1705 inhabitants, 
niiion : w: 0 n a v a iiumbtrof ^ento -I 
families." 

"I»iiisville is a |iorl of entry near- 
ly opjiosiic l.'orl fenny nn tlic Ohio 
riv r. It- 1 nliealll i n owi.i;? to the 
sla: II III w all rs lii;ck of the town re- 
lai-ils ils ep.vvili. It r(,iiM-|. of ihree 
sill i ts, contuiniiig about KX) lioii.'Cs, 
t.'ii I iiihabitant«,aud a eotirt-hocao auil 

■MOI.', 

"I'aris is a 
county, and has a eiitirl-hoitse, a gaol 
and a rrcshylcrian church. The 
h iiiscs are prineipnlly of brick and 
sione. It is a thirviug towuof377 
inhahitaiits.'' 

"Cliiciniiuti is a port town in the 
State uf I )hio, oiipofito mouth of the 
l.ii'kiiig river. It contains about iiU) 
houses uud Is 00 miles norlliweit of 
Ix^xlngton." 

"Malt liijnors, spirits disllllcd from 
corn and rye, and the juice of the su- 
gar tree mixed with water ronslUutc 
llie" ordinary lievcrat'e ofiheoottn- 
Iry." 

Olio would infer Ihul the water wus 
poor in tlioao daya. ■ 



COSSICTSn WKKLY DY 

HoKKK a 1-1 UIII„ 

Pork 

llaron, StHiniilrn 

SIlll'K 

Hsei«, I .'uiiirv 

llam «, suKiir riiri'tl 

Klour, ctinice 

" icmsl 

ltulaRsC.4 I Ik. m S. ti 

til lllllt lll.lll . .. 

Sls| lu Sjniu 

UoMen l ri|i, 

I'aniltca 

IlllUlT 

KCc' 

Iloiiiiiiy, K'llaiii 

I urn meal 

I Mivi'f aewl 

I III iinils. r:itc 

I !ir 1. roiiiiu y 

I.nnl, Hiiiiu. Iluku 

Iii'!infl, itnvy 

•• ilriuil 

OiiTttr, Uto 

" Java 

ftlfixlcantir tanlovn. 

Chei'av, laukiry 

" Young .Vmsrlean.. . 

Itli-o. Canilliin 

Suirar, N.I) 

** grnniilatoil 

Salt, ' hu. Iilil 

I'lilatm'S, Iri.li 

•' Swocl 

niacli-eynl Tran, l u 

Mnctcenil, kit 

White Oslr 

Vmuna, iloi 

urante*.  lo* 

caiixsa eiiODS. 

(;orn. ilox ; 

Toinntoea, ilnx 

Plcklo.Kal 

Uoaejr. extract lb 

eauk 

Chomlnz Toliarro, lb 

Tens, chdlrc to faner 

" inlM'.l lo KUOll 

Axlu Kreaw 

Vual uil 

Tmnlpa 



s to io  

f la II 

till, HI 

11 III i:  

|jtO lii^ ,! 

IS.II lo n Ml 

.'■0 lo 

!mi to I H' 

♦ i.a« 
a  !■  -s. 

Is tn m,' 
so III u 

i.v 

S.V 
iOc 
KM 

ll , lO 11', I'. 

II. 

lull 

u  

10 to IS,' 

*.'i to :,.|i.' 
Ill 

l^atoHk- 

10,' 
StolOi: 
« to 10.' 
10', to III' 

tun 

UI.' 
so to -.V 

ll.oo UI i.iui 
11.00 in 1.!.-. 

tl.lKI 

41).'. 
6 In -1  

tl.U lo 1.75 
tl.tSta«l';5 

Ml tu ;v 

ISc 

XtoSOc 
to to ISr. 

;s t/1 11.00 

K),|- 
It t«  s ' 



mtal Hu nnMU mraun hi/ 

IPR. W.^.Pl«««^ln IvmUr 8,:rii.-« M..nlli'j.! 

Hnppoeo ft gardener, willi n ton ol 
gravel in trout o( him, were told to movo 
that (-ravel to a height of tliree feet. lie 
tt.iuM ^;o to work with the M|iiu1o, he 
would move ahovelfiil after slioviUiil 
from thegronnd lim np tolhe tliieo-tiv| 
height, and n'.U't ho had moved lli. 
\rhole o( it yon miitbt readily ii.,ii);.m' 
that be would (eel n little futi^iu'i!. Now 
wbenover a person diH's Htiyttiing whii'ii 
rsuaei fatigue, hu does wlmt wo cull 
work. 

The gardener, iu lilting tlie gravel, 
wonid peiform an amount of work which | 
is enpalde of twiug menaurud. I will 
give yon another Ulnalratioo, SupixM- 
ing aome haja wore put beside a 
pile ol cricket balls, and (or a wager or 
price yon were called upon to throw the 
balls aa faat and as far as yon eouliL A 
good thrower would perbapa Uirow the 
tint bail eighty yard*, be woidd throw 
the second ball ifiveDtjr-flve yards, the 
third aevenly yarda, Uiefoiurlb aiity-Hvr 
yards, and lo taeh ball that he threw 
wonld go a 1«M and lea dittanoe, ontil 
be had no atreogth Ml, and ho eonid 
throv no morj balls. Now that boy 
wi itdd have done work ; toineihing woold 
liuve poiaed out a( him into tbe balls ; 
he hae, aa it were, paawd inmf thing that 
beloogisd to him info the eridtat balls, 
and aa a reanltha Ma fatignek Ihroogb 
the loea ot thia eomething. 

Take another iiloaintion ! Snppoahig 
two crawa agree to row • caee^ They 
aUrt fall ol life and fall flf «a*«gy ; thay 
pnU with all their beorta and mighl, and 
arrive at the goal, in eonBon langnagiy 
thotoaghly pumped oni^ Boaacthini 
haa gone oat of then into theboaL 
lhat which haa gone out ol the aiaw, 
and out at tbe boy who threw the crick- 
et balls is what we oall energy, and whal 
thoy have done ia to do work apoa Uw 
boat 

Another example i  in ilieeaae ol (oo^ 
ball A 1« y kiciis tbe toot-ball and 
iaalMaasi lci..'.iil rorJ. To il i tlmt hr 
has sent piino thin;; mit of his Ksly int. 

I the l.;il!, which '.-irt;. i throii;:h •.•u' .'.ir 
jast tlic «inMi.^- .'•'•al ai!il 111.. j;v!iu  ir 

j Won. 

: In all thi.se il!iistriitioi: i R. no lhin,7 i« 
done wliich result.- .n 'ati/'.i , «,.rk is 
perromied will I ill ri,y IS l,.sl; m l.,ct, 
w.irk liouc lui-Hiin cm rpy applie,), mul 
cnerpy a].| hi-,l meuiis work ik.ue. As 
mental energy in l urenpncity for leam- 
iug lessous, for going through cxiuuiniv- 
tions hihI that kind of thing, mi tlio . a- 
1 ergy of tin. kind I speak of la the .Mpiu^ 
I ity for iloiji;; iihsoliite jilivkicjil work. 

The ^'cnerality of tlim rinn'v i» im- 
' nicni-e. It IS II ilillit lilt tliu;^; lo ((Ttlsp j 
the fact that there is M.'iu Uunf: in ex- | 
iatenoo that we eaiiiiot In !, tlnit we ran- 
not toucti and that wo caoac* see, bat 
which givea aQ the fotee mi power we 
poaseoa. 




PuVlielMd at 

HOPKINSVILLE, KY. 

EVERY SUBSCRIBER. 



^AT $2 

GIVEN A 



A YEAFy, 

TICKET FREE!' 



nn; ic 



i -t of valiial le iHTinhima will be dlslrihnlwl to 
';„ 111.. m:MI-\\ KKKIA- .-Ol-rii KlJiiTCKiANon 



(he 



Miltsi 1 ilicr 

Saturday, October 4th, 1884. . 

Evw aabicriber lie finning on nod after Xovem'.ter 1st, litfCI, will lie 



euiilUd to a ticket. 

1 Kine T"pri|.'ht (Ir^ian •• 

•1 l'"iiie Sew iier Machine 

:i i; ( Two.jloi-... U a'jon 

I Scholarship ill l,oiii»nlle r.ii«lne»s C 'olle^re 

."i Set sin^•le liarncsk 

'' (ielil's Saddle 

7 iKillhl,. Plow ■ 

S hniiiily Hi; Ic 

!i IiiumI W.ieclliaia'ow 

Ill Silk llui 

II iMihl Pen am! Holder 

13 Set Tea SpiHtna 

l:t Silver llnller Dish 

U Silver li.ihlcl 

I."i rtiiliii'lla ■ • 

III Mlvi r I lip . . . • ' • • 

17 .Mckle-I'lati-.; Chic'; 

IS Klejiani I'air I'lilf I'.iitt iil» 

!!• Hall p..\ I iitars.... 

-.11 llaif Il.i\ ' "igars 

il fine II..I1 

i'i ! cell. 1 I .iiiily 

:!.( I'itie llil;;uv Wliili 

21 fine Itidiiig 'Iridle 

i'l "iM-orp" wai-'ilii;:ioii ' ilntrm-, . . ... 



' II ai'tlilion 1.1 til,- . twcnu-iA 
In- •iililcl. iiin^i'ir' tin' list ii;.'»'rey:il ■ 
which will Ik given nw ay in m-r pa 
Tin- plaii '.f i!i«triliin\.ii will i 
Th.' prin- of i3ie SKMI-W KKKI.V 
"♦S.IK.i ir.ir. . .'ish ill ailvaiii-.'. uinl 
Innity to yvi a | a|M'r worili donhh' 
Hllil evi-rv' "IH- of 111- ' aiiialde pn'n ' 



■ ■ pflll Mill' 

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'iii' ir l  llnl i'.i'lo \ I'll hcis'iiifiirc. 
I ll KIlNTrCKIAN i- iiiiiloinilv 

1 W 'li'll It'll. *' Now' i- \illli Mii|sil- 

]iiii'*  clitii'i'i'd and a , li.iiec lor each 
iti,-iitioit * 1 atNivi*. 

^. Sun ei iplii.iii. M i,t liy iii.:tl w ill n ceiv,' pr,iiiipi alt'tilloii aiMl re« 
i-i'i:ii  » id lii-J rta will l»- fjrwjnleJ il|Mni n.. «ipt "( the snli-H-riptluU iirlrv. 
Cal! on tt - mldmM, 

MEACHAM & V/ILCtUS, 



Hopkins''.'illc, Ky. 



OUB JOB Ol^l^ICK 



Is I •imp . 
\\ illi II. 
..Vllt Inn ^ 
  IcI 



• .11 I very rrsjMM-i, 
ami ilispal' li, 

ii.iri' an. I S.ildi. ' 
r- lo iii.ul iir.ii. ■' 



iiid ue il l ill kimls of .loll niei raiiipli l Work. 
It the lov. I'.i |iiiri .. \Vc mnkc n SIM') iaily nf 

1 '1.. o ■ \'- . r '.. 1 ' ■ --.i. I -. 




J MIKJatTBlt'S DAUOUTBtt. 

Mr. Spnrgeon tells a story of an Amer- 
ican minister »ho thonglit ho heard his 
datigbters talking scandal in a harsh 
manner with some visitora, and after 
tboir frk nds had gone bo oponed the 
door and reproved them. "But, tath- 
I cr," they answered, " what shall we talk 
; about? We aost talk of somotliiBg." 
I "If yon eon do nothbig else, get a 
! pumpkin and roll it about," be answered. 
I Not long after, the girls beard an aaao- 
-.nly townofBourbon | elation ot nUnisien at their house get- 
ling very much excited, and almost los- 
ing their Um|ier. The eldest danghtor 
gnt a pumpkin and took it into tbe 
room, Ruyiiig, "Thai^ father, ndl it 
about. " 



ii.i«.vr.if o.v rr }s- i'kkt. 
"Broiled piRs' ti  t a 1ft I*. T. Car- 
num" is one o( the dishes ] rinle l on the 
Stiirtevant Ilotise bill of fare, in New 
Vork. "Pigs' feet, properly eookt^l, 
were ^^iven me to eat long lieforo I was 
|)emiittcd to perfakn of any other aiii- 
inid fiKxl," suid Jlr. Itarniim. "When 
old and youDg feet aro lici'c l two and 
nne-haU hours, as usual, tb.'^  ld once to 
lough and wortldesa. If 'Jicy wore 
hoilcd Uirco and ono-hnlf hours the 
yonng (eot would bnrst and tbe gclstino 
swim away. Now, the aeeret is to wrap 
each pig's foot in a cotton bandage, 
woimd two or three times around it, and 
well oordod with twine. Then boil tliem 
four hoars. Lot them remain in tbo 
bandages till eoedcd to fry, broil, or 
piclile. Thu hUiu will hold it together 
while lieing crxiked, and when you eat it 
you will llnd them all tender and delicate 
as iKWhilile." Ilonrekeepera will be glad 
to get hold of this now way of cooking 
pigs' foet Wo say now, liecanse it will 
be new to Uio gim  ral public. It has 
been known (or a 1",. inie, and there is 
a liotcl in this Btiito ..here piga' foot are 
a sjiccial fcnturo ot the bill o( fare, and 
the repntatiun ot tbo disli luu extended 
fur and w'de. They aro cooked (here iu 
the way dearribod by Ur. Bamnuu— 
Jlridgeport Stnmlnnl. 



Esausn vogotarittns now stylo them- 
Hulves "vemista." Tbe word is d rivod 
from " vom"— 0 eombination ot tho ini- 
liid letters ol vegetables, eggs and milk. 
Piof. Kowmon, who futhors the new ap- 
Iji lluiioii, Bays that tho title "vogota- 
i iii " is mifleading and kacenrato, and 
hat some snbstitute was ncooaaary, 

".' : ;cii-., patu nud unalloyed fvlioity 
• uot a plimt of corlldy p-cw'h ; be- 
...rduna on lUa*. 



NEW GROCERY STORE. 

McKEE & PTOOL, Prop's. 

■Wl P.IOI'OaK TO gKKf Till; nH-T STiK K .It 

Staple and Fancy 
GROCERIES, 

OZGAHS Am) TOBACCO 

To he fonnd in the eilv. Morn over wa propoae to aell goo la at Ike lownt 

|ii)S«ihlo piiceninl InrfASII. 

( all nieiin l I see iis nt (lot 'an St lloggina old Riaud, ntilar BoOTtt Kn- 

Ti cKiAM   .ll,:'c. .N'aslu ille street. 

an.-l' -' - i', . ^ 

Pur liottoi-'iigilt Wrongs No One." 

THE FINEST STOCK 

.1 OF 

Kvor brouRlit to HopMnsville can be-fonnd nt 

JOHN T. WRIGHT & CO.'S, 

Tin; Mo.sT immmn.se uxm ok 



n llJiT I'L IVEttlt, 

The gicat ukLst players of England 
ri^ . ly iliiii'il, in tho iisuid ueeeptation of 
tn.. iinJ never tomihed the Filler- 

aiiiii luJ. re playing, Charles Fox was 
Uic exee|itiou. Geu. Ausoii mnl Jlr. 
Cliiy, M. r. for Hull, lie two great Eu- 
Klish phiyers of our time, took a little 
lea and tua.t at UaiTurf Cluh iu .\rling- 
foil Ktreet lu, nu ovej-'.uro to Ihe ^wmn, 
mil Prol. Lou(;fieliV, Tom Vijjiiolles ol 
'he CVislle, slid Ocorge MfDowcIl, Fel 
low of Trill ity College, tjie great Iiisli l 
players, n.'v. r excoodo l this mild re- ( 
iWHt V, .a- wlio vns a son of the 
Deiui ol 'he Chupid Royal and nn ex- 
ViiutB whist ai tisl, had a splendid en- 
.onr spoiled by lioiiig discovered chcat- 
at Uio Uuil/;d ISeivb.. Club by the I 
liike, Uum I'riuiH! {ji'orge of Ciiui- 
iridKO, lUii! aouexal, then Muj. Qriniths 
3 tlie Heots Ofcys, nt the miserable 
:«men( viiigtuii. lien. Scott, the fnliiiK 
S the Pucliehs ol I'.iniiiiia itml Vis 
oii|.t..iis Ciiiniii,;, whii IS y.lhi lo h:.n  
Icired Xaill.OOi) l.y scientiiie p|„y 
• hist, »dheri«l strictly to a regimen «l, ^u \m 
iiutluy.water before aitthig down lo play.' ' ""v. I-Om 



Men s and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats 

Of a;;i sires and atylcs. Ti e largest stock of custom made DOOTS 
and SIIOKS in the citv. 

SFSGIM.TISS IH BEESS miZ. 

We ear. v the most elejtaiit line of deiils" f nniisliin^' (,i,oiU ever shown 
in the c^ly. ( )iir White and (.'oloreil Shirts eaiiimi he ex,.,. h,.,] | „(,,^( 
styles Neckwear. Hats and Caps in great varlct.v. all ,-ivles aiiil n'rlces 
It will ^layyoii lo call and oxanilno our stock. We nre a-'eiils lor the 
liiiest Mi rehttut Tailorinc establishment in Amorion, anil gnaranteo 6v. 
ei y ;{arraoiij. g0r_ Heiiiciiibcr the pl«, c, (ilaita'.corncr ; and onr motto 
" Wright Wi-'jngs Ao One. ' 

Saloamon^C. E, Konmdv. N. r. Urie|,i, Walter Glllllaiid, Bob Wool-" 

dri.lge, Tlieo. Iliscr. 



•f. it. ilAScot;K. 



W. I. KUA8KU. 



I'KuniiMotts * 

PSOFIiZ'S TOBACCO ^AZtSBOTrSS 

UAlIdlOAI) iSTItKKT, IIOI'KIXSVIM.K, KEXTUdKV ' 
.Spoolal Attention to Sainpling and Selling Tidmcco. All Toh i, ,,, win 
bo Instiled unless otherwise Instriieled "'«ii' 

[net. IB, Om,) 



M, n. SKL«i N. 



W R. JKSITI., 



NELSON & JESUP, 

Tooaoco WarcboubemeD and 

IU ilixiad St. Jlopkinsvlllc, Ky. feif AdvTo^lSdfcsff ' 



M' On»nitlr 



Bi«iniwintfk -. . . Tj i iiV i ^' i iii .wahiu:*^ ! t i*. » 



Semi-weekly south Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 1883-11-09

4 pages, edition 01

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   Christian County (The Pennyrile Region)