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HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY., KENTUCKY. NOVEMBER 9; 1883.
CHA. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUt.
ISSUED KVKIIY TCKSIUY AMI KIMKAY
MEACHAM & VVILGUS.
PVnhlHHKttM AND PHOPRltTOnS.
Oiiv ry, oiw year, utrlclty rmt'i in ml
Ono roy, lx iiiuiittM 1,01
Nunlf rlptioiM taken tin liiuf ami nil inHrn
(iiMH wlll'll illll,
Oiiu cu).v fn't'lo any 0110 mmlng uflvi
yonrly ciwit utwcrlU-n.
, ART PAPER HANGER
Asr IxTKKion DwoiiATttn,
Wlhr tn n-f iH')fiillv oflVr (Mrvirt nml
hlSTKKN YKAKK ComITAKT I'KAt'TH'K III till)
Wnll I'tp.f tiiiltiiAS tollm rllijU'ii nf IIiIn
Hnni aiht VH'inity. Cluum nMtiiitlln mt
nii'lnriiim In ivgntU In wiirkuitinliii fully
N, II. I tn Mm niilr prrntn in Ponlhrrn
' Ki-iitiii kV (tint f)l1ntt I he lhniiti oxclntivn
ly ami kvv nt till nil ilm nul gtvlt'i kim!
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R. W. HENRY,
' HOPKINSVILLE, KY.
" W. P. WINFREE,
Will nrarllro In Circuit Court "I tllrl.linn
A...I adioitillig cOUlitlra, OlUee III loliriiliniMl.
OEflce ia Pos'cll Building,
Andrew Seargsnt, M.D..
Opposita Hjppjr's Eni Storj.
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ami nnea Ar extracted, tr
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Campbell & Medley
KEW BEUD BUILDING.
Main 8t. Ilojikinsville Kv
COOS & HICE,
PREMIUM LASER BEER
No. Ill, upper Si'Tcmth St.
Ko. sa nmi.ic syi'AHK,
0. H. BUSH.
- HOI'KINMVII.l.K, KY.
OOlrf wllhll. A. C'hami'lln. Wi-lier lllnpk, Vill
rnirllrrln I hrMIInn nn'l .mnlnlii lonnllM,
( oi.i.ki rum a M f.i 1.
BOUGHT and SOLD
Livery Peed & Sale Stable
Auction Kiilft ot I.lvo Stock, Sulur
ilnv nflcr hoooi(1 Momliiy in each
iiumtli. Hpoclnl livury inlos (rivun to
JtlMarlirllln Htrtrt, near Mnin,
C01110 ami sco inc.
I'OLK CA NHL EH
Granite and Marble
COR. VIUGINIA AND SI'IUNG
1 STUKKTS, ?-
" HOPKINSVILLE, KY, ,
nav. 1-ly. ;
TIIOU6AND8 of refsirn. ei fn,m r.i..nl cui. N,
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Hun Curti-r, I't'.lno.
J1111.C. WliHlwk, Ni'WMtPlil.
AumIIii !'. liilrrotuliurir.
Tnhit K. (Jmrn Jnlffn.Cali. Kjr.. II. T. Vn
diririHi.t lliTk. Hoiklntv'llo, Ky. Court
mortN Ant MunUy in March anil Hoitomlicr.
IIOAKDOr CITY COUNUH KN,
.loiixf" I,th aii, clmlrmnn.
V. J. ltHllWKKI.1..
I II. llrtHli,
II. K. V,-.Civ,
Mpi'ln l.t Tiii-wl.v In inrli mnntli nn' unlilPPt
di thi.mll of tleOlinlrinan. MuutlniB Imlil In
clly r.oiirl riMMi
Vf. P. WmfroK Jinivr. Mi-i-tn l-il Mon.la?
In U.in.lt, Jiiiiu, H4tiuiin1)ur, lluceinlior.
W, r. Wlnlrr Jn,lir, K. , Mirra, Attor
nry. Alicia llrit MunUy Inorry luuntlt,
.fna'i llrahir, Jiulirc: ,T. W. nnwncr At.
tornity. r'. W. IliKKitmlttft, l.'liuf at 1'oilico.
IIH NTV OVKH KIIH.
.lohn W. llroalhltl. Irlnrt: U. M. Drown,
Alutin: A. II Ixnm. Jailer.
lUPTtHT-Sonth Wftiti Blroot, IIpv. T. (I.
Km 11. (tiiitr. son iti' ivur hntilmtli luitrii
tnr nl ovi'nnif . Numlnv rvnrr hnl-
It ih uirt(iiir. I'iuvit mruttiiK VticiMty
niirlit. iiniiHtci inuutiiijf llrst V liicwliiy
111 If h ( In en, li iiui n tli.
I'BKIHTUM NlivlHo Hlrwt.
Krviiv I'vory tlrtaih muni-
line mimI tciiliir. SuinUv M'lt,Mil u.-r
dnt innrninff. vr utotiiiK tivur y Wdtlnu
M, K. SH Tii -NnhvllloPtrcot. Kc K. W.
Itiiiuinily, iniiir. hvrvU-r ovirv hulitiMtli
iiiurnUiK nu tivciilit)c. hunilfty m'lKHit vi-r
?iiii'iHy iuiriiiiitf. i'mvr mcutluK cwry
KiBst pKCi'liVTKniAW Ittuwllvllln Hlrort
lli'ir. K. II. ( tt-r, (lor. mrlMn iviry
MmIiIiMIi Rturniiitf unit nvwiiluff- fiimlHy im'IhhiI
cvcrv MiB'inv m,riiiiiv 1'rnyor hh tiiiK ovo
ry VVeinU) t'Tunlii((
Jrci fc'riconrAL U". J, W. Vcnuhle
KtHUT. trvu.uilu (.uiirl-liuuMi urcry bun
liny mum In,
KorriiKK rtrmiYTitKiAMNwhTille Street
lt:v. J. 1.. Title, Mfttur. K'rlw Int it ml I)rl
h li hi ill iitoriiiitir mtil nvPiiiuir. SupiUv ncluml
rvtrv MiiulAy iiiuriihic lrior iuuuUdk turu
ry Vi oil ur winy vjuiii.
ATHOi.tr NAnliTllle Rtreet. Hot. Kxther
IUt. I'iikkU btirviw vury SsbliMih uiwm-
V .tlT t(nimnq xt n uf, no ;au
lMltt)J UhJillU, U4.Mllll l 1Klf
HI '4"N A IHdlXAll4H, UKV IMMK.I.I
HwiIINavll.l.I I.MMI, Nn.OT. A. K. A A. M.
Jim kit ariull, W. II.: A. II. Clark, bcrlrla
r lslin mmu al Manl Hall, i"rnpr
Main mi.l spring SlrroU, nl Mjinlay ulgut
in vaeli tnuulli.
n.lvvTii.l'iiimi Vn. II Slalr.1 conTnca-
Uiml Xinl Mnntlay niiihlof vai-M moutli atMa-
nmla Hall. tome. II. M. alrluljtH. I''"
riuul; U II. Ilitlrlrh.KCcri'Uiry.
Uiinaa t'ovmsnERY Nn. II. K. T-ltogular
mui'Lit nn II. i ulay in i-aih inuulli al Mkm-
Ir. Hall. Mr 11. . DU.uu, ft. L.i sir jat
Hnvnc locscii. N. t, ninur Kmtina
. I.liiallm'. C.t .: II. W. llnrrlMiii, Sv relnry.
Mr, I. In K.ell'. Hall, Ji.J ami llll Muuday
nigliu iu ua.-ll munll.
KvKnei!! ijinnr, Sn US K. l . '.-'
w. i I'liKn.'ttlliir CiHinna n or: K. n.
Ilfnrt. KiTiMr n( IUv,ml aiM ht'nl. Miuw
in I a'allv Hall HiiiI anil lilt Tlinixlny lOKl.t III
ttBi'lt inmilli. Kiitlnwiiiulil rank, 3nl Mumla)
vvfiilng menrh mui.Hi. A. U. Hmlgura, I'rca,;
L. U. lavi, OUtt anu trvan.
OlHUTUK l.nmK, No. HO, K of II, M
l.iiuliiii'. liKlitliir; W. K. Ilan.lli, llwonliT.
H.cia III K. nl I'. Hall, lluanl bu.liling, Unit
anil Inl 1 uwlav iiidIiu iu each muutii.
HoMisavii.1.11 t.'ocscii.. No. tr.l HnrAi.
Aoam M-J. I. l.amK'a, lli'Kcnt; Ui, t.
I oiik. Svimlarv. Muitalnil aul 4!h i'lmra-
iln) inglil. In K.of I', Hall.
lianas Rirm Iaihik, Ko. H, I. O. O. F
Juliu Young. Nubia I. mn. I; W. r. Itannlc,
Suurutary. mciu uvi-ry r rmav iiiyni iu n. ui
r. Hall. Murcv KnuMinilniMi(, Mt.ui, i. w. w.
r.-lt. M. ikuaeiauu, c. I'.l W. '. Itannlo,
AsciKxr Oaniig I'mran Woiiiit-0. W.
tlalilwln, U.W.;J.W. t r.ii.Ml. Hd'Ulml
ami lili l uiixlaya In each luuuili, at K.oll'.
KxinnTS oy Tin Oolbiw Co J. W. I.
ftmilh, N.C.; W. U. Tlloiui.i.n, IT. K, of II.
ai 1.014 i auu sru iriuava lit uaon piunvu m jv.
of I'. Halt.
KHKitnmi Loinm. No. T5. IJ. ll.-Mccli l,t
nu inl TutiMiay uunu in lixica nan. .. n
(ila.a,W. M; L.S. ilutkuur.Su.-rvUiry.
Mi'SAmiRA Tiuflh. No. 8H. B. OK F
Alm.la 3mt ami llli Ttiva.laya in each nionlh.
Allguata Uouiim, rV l'.j KalloUa.ky .Sucrulu-
llnFintivti.Li l.onag. No. lend. O. U, O.
OK O. K.-lluuU IikI ami IU Mumlny nlgliu
atlli.ll'a Hall. Umriua J.igiuiuoi, n. u.t it.
N. l.amlor,tj, 8,
HurKiKsrii.1.1 I.onn, No. I. U. II. S.
Mi U lot ami Unl M.in. lay nlhta nt llull'a
Hull. 1'. Hull, I'maiUuul, U. ilu.Nunl, Suci-u-larv.
llrlilirf. Street, Jno. II. Gowon.P. M. Oalrts
houri. from 7 A. v., tu 0 r . K.. ami tho nnV.o la
nlaiiuin'ii for a aliori tlmo nliur llio arrival of
tin) (mining muila, at V r. fcl. Bunilay ouuu
from a to 4 r. M.
Sni'TllIHH F.XPRKRH (.'OMPANV U. W. Nor-
vooil, A gout. Oflioo olU Uiiuk bullillug, Main
Holland's Opera House.
Main stmt. ftiUnlmng riiocnls Hotel. It.
II. Holland, I'roiiiivUir; A. D. ItoUgor., Man
' And Louisville
One year for 9 .15. Two paper, tor llttlo mor
than tlio price of one.
snnittia in.SS anl rucnlvn vonr homo papnr
with the Ooiirlor-Jonrnal tho l ift, brightoat
and ali.o.tKamllv WooklV, In tliooountrv,
Xovi'inlicr (!, 1833.
ICn. Sin-Til Kkxtitkiax :
Wlicut miwiiijf Is !i!)Diit tlironjfli
nml tlio furiiiiTu liiivo owcil nn nn
coinimmly lnro ;i-o tills ynar. Corn
jfiitlii'i'liijc lm ooiimii'iiccd and it is
milking n Kilcniliil yield.
Hickory 1111U ami wiM francs arc
Tlio Into crop of Irish polntoes Is
nol us good nx wits expected.
Norghiiiu-niiiklng is tlio order of
the diiy in and aronnil here.
Mr. Jim Steel is having ids house
remodeled nii'l a new room hnilt.
Tim liev. Dorris lots piircliased tlio
farm of Mr. Klelcher Ileeco and will
make that his future home and Mr.
l'eecc will move to Kli.uliethtown.
Ksij. M. V. II. Lnylon lias jiur
eliascil tlio farm owned dy Mr. KiuJi
Maloiie, near this i)ai-e.
M'- Hill 1 linden has piircliused
some land from Mr. Steve Hayes and
will commence liiiildinjf on it in few
Acorns arc abundant and from
morning (ill night you can hear the
chatter of the woodpecker laying up
The apple crop is about harvested
nud tho best fruit is sent to the citv
market, we cannot sco why our far-ivi.: 15. W. Glass, W. I Cana!er, 1.
mcrsdo not tlx to keep their fruit for : X. Campbell, Mrs. It. X. Lander, Mrs
homo market as many times the same'M. h. Young, Miss X. I,. Moorman,
apples would bring Ihciii twice the Miss Carrie Harvey, 1). H. Marshall
money they get for them at gathering : and J. .1. Fleming, said conimilteo lo
School is under full
willi a spiall attendance. It seems i
curious that some people would rath
er their children would f;row up in
Ignorance than to be made lo mind at 1
school. It is enough to make the'of (ho intellectual advancement of
parent shudder to n-e the iiumhor tin; colored children of our county
that cauiiot read and write and then j and Commonwealth, which advance
see his own oPsp-jig pursuing Hit ; moiit must depend inn great nieas
s e. A chill cannot be robbed of I urn uiiou our obtainiin' the influence
its c lucalion.
M.i". Mo:iroo l.ncy wears a broad
smile. It is 11 lsiy.
Mr. dames Ilarned had Ids shoul
der knocked out of place one day last
week and lias been sull'.'iing with it1
very much ever since.
Miss Malissa Mcaclmm, a beautiful
young ladyfroui Tonne nee, is spend
ing the mouth with her aunt, Mrs.
Miss Dora OglclhitiM', a beaiitifu
bliinde from Totld, is the guest of
Mrs. Jim Steele.
Married, on the 2." of Oct., Miss
Mary Jones lo Mr. l.cm l'rashier.
There nit) half a dozen more mar
riage looked for this month.
There has been n second crop of
ftiuntons irrown at Mr. John Carrol's
this vcor and thecherrv trees were nl- j 'or "'"l Itcpresciilativo in tlio Legis
so in full bloom nirain until AVednes- lMurc 1)0 respeelfjlly requested to
day night mid the frost killed them
Died, last Thursday, at Fairvicw,
Mrs, Andy Kenner.
Colored Institute of dirintian.
HorKiNsvn.i.F., Kv., Xov. 1, 188:1.
Pursuant to tho enll of tlio County
Coininissionor, tho colored tenehers
of Christian county met in nn Insti
tute November 1st and 2d. Tlio fol
lowing teachers were present : I. H.
Jones, Win. Smiley, Win. I Cansler,
I. N. Campbell, Geo. K. Tyler, C. Ma
lone, John Dickens, II, M. Coleinnn,
P. A. Haiuby, W. II. Fox, Ilobert
Dade, J. J. Fleming, T. C. Woosley,
J. II. Palmey, A, L. Burkes, A. M.
Welib, 1). H. Marshall, Mrs. W. J.
Harvey, Mrs. I. N. Campbell, Mrs. ll.
N. Lander, Mrs. M. I Young, Misses
C. K. Harvey, Nora L. Moorman, Del-
lio A. Brown, Jennio L. llrcwer, Al-i
ice McLnin, Hachel Dupco and Itosa
The meeting wns called to order by
Judge G. A. Champliii, Common
School Commissioner. On motion, I.
II. Jones was elected president, Mrs.
W. J. Harvey, vice-president, and
W. I Cansler nml D. H. Marshall,
Tho siibjoct, " Needs and Wants of
tho Common Schools in tlio County,''
was discussed at length by tho mem
bers. The Bcncral sentiment was
that better houses, more money for
school purposes, monthly pay for
teachers and a compulsory system of
education were needed.
Mr. J. J. Fleming discussed, In a
very Intelligent manner, the method
of teaching interest. .
Fractions were discussed by I. N.
Campbell and D. II. Marshall, who
seemed to bo well acquainted with
tho subject, ami handled It iu an in
AV. L. Cansler read an interesting
paper on (ho subject of " Tlio Moral
and Intellectual Habits of tlio Teach
er." Tho writer insisted on touchers
having self-control, good morals and
a regular course, of private study.
"Geography: How it Should bo
Taught to Ileglnners," was nbly dis
cussed by AY in. Smiley and othors.
An instructive cssny was also read
Ibv Mrs. AY , J.. Harvey, . subject,
"School (Jovernmonl," after which a
general discussion' took place on the
same subject, which was participated
in by many of the members,
"(ininnnar: lis Klementary Prin
ciples,"' was discussed by George K.
Tyler. " How to Teach Children (lie
Alphabet," by John Dickens. " Sub
traction and Addition," by II. M.
Coleman. "The liest Method of
Touching History," by A. L. liurkes
These teachers showed quito a famil
iarity with tho subjects, and illus
trated their methods of teaching in a
brief but intelligent manner.
An essay on tlio subject of " Head
ing" was read by Mrs. I. X. Camp
bell, and one on the " (jiiiililc.ition
of Teachers and Trustees '' was read
by II. M. Coleman. These essays
were very entertaining in their char
acter. l!ev. K, William", of South Carroll
ton, was present, and made some
very instructive remarks.
A query box was opened by the
Institute, which added much interest
to tho meeting.
On motion of W. L. Cansler,it
committee of nine was appointed by
the chair to take steps towards or
ganizing n permanent teachers' nsso-
elation fur tho countv of Christian,
report on Thursday, December 20.
Tho committee on resolutions.
through their chairman, A. C. l!ank:t
reported the following resolutions:
Whkiikah, We, the teachers and
friends of education, being jlesirous
and united etlbrts of those whose
tint v it is to better tho condition of
our common schools ; and,
Wiifiikas, 11 appears that in many
districts in the county tho colored
people me needing comfortable
school houses mid are unable to build
them, and for this and other causes
parents fail lo send their children to
school. Therefore, bo it
llcsolvcil, That tlio colored people
of the county, and officers having in
fluence in these matters, should exert
themselves to raise means to build
more school houses and better ones,
and also In procure a belter attend
ance of the children.
Hesolectl, That tlio Superintendent
of 1'ublic Instruction and our Sena-
take into consideration the condition
of the colored people, and their ina
bility to raise menus to build school
houses, and that they bo requested to
place (his matter before tho next
General Assembly of our State, and
ask that such legislation be had as
they deem just mid proper, in order
that the colored people .may bo en
abled to havo suitable school houses.
and thus receive tlio full benefits of
the common school fund.
Tho report was .unanimously
adopted, and tlio secretary was in
structed to furnish a copy of snid
resolutions to tho Senator and Ilcprc
sentativo from our Senatorial and
Representative, district, and to the
Superintendent of rublic Iustruc
The choir, under tho leadership of
Mrs. M. L. young and tlio lady
teachers, furnished excellent music,
On motion, tho Semi-AVf.f.ki.t
Soi'th Kestitckian and tho New
Era were requested to publish the
proceedings of (lie Institute.
On motion, the Institute adjourned
lo meet Thursday, December 2(i, 1SS3.
I. H. Jones, President,
D. It. Maiisiiai.i o ,..!
AYM Caksi.kh, ,
- KELLY. '
Farmers arc yet sowing wheal,
though soino aro done and aro haul
ing up their tiro wood for winter. A
largo acreago will be sown and if the
coining wheat year proves to bo a
good otic, tho vicinity afJCclly will
como forward with her part. ,
Henry Boyd now rears back and
says its "papa's boy, its pnpn's boy
An oyster supper was given nt Bud
Monchnm's store last Tuesday night.
A lnrgc crowd was in attendance, It is
nie.o for nil tho neighbors gnth
er together nnd havo somo kind
of an entertainment for enjoyment.
Mr. Meuclimn footed most of tho ex
Tho colored .people, failed in their
protracted meeting hero.
Bob Long and family of Mauiton
Hopkins county, nra visiting rela
tives near hero.
3. 3. Horn's daughter la vcry sick
SINEINC- FORK, KY.
November 5, 1883.
Kditoii Soi'tii Kkxtitkian :
As you have no correspondent from
this part of the county, I will en
deavor to furnish you with a few
A protracted meeting, conducted
by Uros. Spurlin and Dorris, com
menced nl ilrick Church last Satur
day. Thus far, they have had but
Miss Alary AVood is teaching a
flourishing school nt Pisgah.
Miss Jo. l'yle, after a protracted
visit to your city, neturiied home last
Sunday. Sho was accompanied by
Mr. Dick Everett. '
A number of young ladies and
gentlemen of this neighborhood at
tended a dance at Mr. Geo. Golay's,
last Monday night. They report
having a pleasant time.
The young people had a merry
time nt nn entertainment given by
Air. John Payne.
A little daughter of Dr. Harris is
quite low with typhoid fever. Fears
aro entertained that sho will not re
cover. Mr. Lewis Guthrie, who lias been
quite sick, is now convalescent.
The lunrriago boom has at last
struck this neighborhood, niuLfrom
present indications, a large number
will become its vWiins ere the "ides
Mr. John Thiirman and Miss Leila
Wood worn united in marriage, by
the Rev. Mr. Dorris, nt tho residence
of tlio bride's father, last Thursday
evening, at foil r o'clock. Immediate
ly after the ceremony was performed
the bridal party, accompanied by a
number of invited puesls, repaired
to the residence of the groom, where
a bountiful repast was spread for
them. Mr. Thurniaii is n well-to-do
young farmer, and is highly esteemed
by all who know him. His bride is
a beautiful daughter of Air. Leo
Wood, niid lias been considered the
hello of tho neighborhood. I wish
lliein nil the happiness they deserve.
Mr. "James Cox and Miss I.i.zie
Cravens were married tho l!0lh ult.t
at the residence of the bride's father.
Their marriage was of a somewhat
rmiantie character. Owing in ob
jections on tho part of (ho hrfde's
parents, it was (heir intention to go
to Chirksvillo Sunday night, but,
owing to the inclemency of tlio
weather, (hey did not get oh". On
Mondav the old people, hearing of
tlio determined intentions of their
daughter, concluded to let them
marry iu peace. During the cere
mony tho bride's mother fainted. 1
hope that tlio groom will never give
the parents cause to regret tho choice
their daughter has made.
Eamoa and Pytaias.
Cincinnati Saturday Sight,
You seldom boo such friendship as
existed between Damon nnd Pvtbins.
AVlicn Denetrlus, tho trynut of Syra
cuse, condemned Damon to tlcatli lor
dcuoiiucing him at a public meeting
of the city council, iu which he repre
sented tho fourth ward, Damon asked
the privilege of running over to Lake
Chautauqua, where his wifo was
spending the summer, for tho pur
pose of bidding her farewell, and
Pythias agreed, to go in jail, in his
place, as security for his return, hav
ing no real estate to pledge.
Damon, as is well known, got back
iu the nick of time, though it was a
tight squeeze to do it. Tho tyrant was
so struck with admiration that ho re
leased (hem both.
That was a great manv years ago.
Had It been in our day, Damon, in
stead of coming back, would havo
kept right on for San Francisco and
taken tho first 6teaiiicr for the Sand
wich Islands. Yes, nnd ho would
have,' borrowed all tho money Pythias
had before leaving Syracuse, nnd like
ns not, coaxed Air. Pythias to run
away with him.
And as for Pythias well, the world
couldn't produco a man now who
wouldn't go back on lijs best friend,
if that friend had a halter around his
neck. Tho Pythias of to day might
nuiko application for a card of admis.
sion to tlio hanging, nnd sell it to a
newspaper reporter, but (hat is about
ns far ns ids friendship would permit
him to go.
An old ,hylrlitu,Ti..tiri.iI from prnrllt'O, hnv
ing hnd placed In hla hands hy an Knt Indln
Miiwlotiiiry tlio formula of it aimplo vei.talilc
remedy for tho speedy nnd ,ierniitiient euro of
Consumption, Ilronchltia, Cntnrrh, n'tlnnn nnd
all thmnt nndl.tuig nfTeetiona, ntsn n piwltlvo
nnd rndlcnl rare fur Nervous Dehility nnd nil
Nervous Coinplnhita, nfter having levied iu
wonderful curative powers In thousnnils of
cases, hiw felt it his diitrtoninkc It known to
hlssufferinK fellows. Actuated hy this motive
nnd a ilenlre lo relievo huninn aunVring, I will
send free of charge, to all who desire it, thin re
ceipt. In (Jermnn, French or Knglii.Ii, Willi full
directions for preparing nnd using. Sent by
mull by nihtrmiiiing willi stamp, naming this
pa,ier. W. A.Noyes,110 rowcrVIUoek, Koch
enter, X. Y. ' '
IDE SPECIALTIES 1W:
UNION and BIER Gfil DRILLS, .
ACME, PENN AND CASE HARROWS,
J. I. Case Pine
Old - Hickory" Farm and Spring Wagons,
Cider Mills, Cutting Bozos, and Com Shellere.
West's hi Alliikmis k bin
AVo guarantee every article wo sell and a trial is all wo ask.
C. W. METCALFE & BRO.,
Virginia St., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Lifa and Propert7
Wnllitcp, lVing- A Onrnctt,
OlliooNo.l, Henry Illni-.k.
OF INSURANCE CAPITAL
HAMA BEOS. & CO.,
Founders tod) laaEitolsts,
Manufacturers And Dealers in
Steam Engines. Saw Mills.
Pulleys. Shafting1, Hangers,
LEATHER .6XT23 HUBBHH BELTING.
PACKING, GAS TIPE, BRASS GOODS, MALEABLE IltON.
Fettino Ahd Sheet Ir.os AVonKs.
Repairing Engines, Boilers
II. O. AliEKX.VTliY.
ABEHXTATK? A CO..
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
CENTRAL AVARKIIOCSH. 110PKINSVILLK. KKNTt'CKY.
18S3 hns witnessed tho greatest
their introduction, therefore it is (o your interest to examine, sec and get tjio
best and latest improved Machines. To that fact I invite you to call at my
otllco and see tho Machines I havo or.writo mo a card and 1 will send ono for
your inspection. 1 am a Urst-class machinl't, having served a regular ap-
rontieeslnp at the bowing Alachiuo ,nciory and titled up a shop in Hop
insvillo with all tlio tools necessary to repair all kinds of Sewing Machines.
I can do tho best of work and guarantee satisfaction. Iain nil expert in
everything related to the Sewing Machine and if you have any work to bo
done iu that line it will bo (o your interest to bring il to my shop. Besides
being a thorough minister mvself I have in mv oniplov ono of tho best ad
justers in the Stato of Kentucky. A
Oils, Etc., always on lianit. xn buying a Machine lroin me you aro not in
vesting in an uncertainty, for if the Alachiuo needs any attention you can
write nic or leave word at my shop and it will bo attended at once. I hnvo
several patents ot my own '"get up" which I put on ail tlio Machines I sell,
and if you wish to buy a machine all I ask is for you to examine my Ala
cliincs at my otlice or at your house. Having my own tonnis and traveling
all the lime it will bo no troublo for mo to bring vou ono and show vou
what it will do, and then you can bo
N. B. In writing to mo stato where
Steel and Chilled
Drills, Tores, Sutioi and fab Pops,
and Separators a Specialty.
II, II. AltKltNATIIY.
improvements in Sewing Machines sinco
full simply of Parts, Attachments
your own judge.
you live. ' C. E. WEST.
I AM MANUFACTURED
of nil kinds nnd descriptions, consisting of
Parlor, Carpet, AVarehouso, Stable, Hearth,
Ceiling, Dusting and Scrub Brooms.
Clothes Brushes, Foot Mats, Shuck and
Cotton Mops. All of which I nm celling at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. .
I Imy my mnlorinl fi-omtho mnmifnctuivr nml do mv
mvn work, tlirrvlmv I run nflVml to twll guuiU in my
lluo cliuitttur than anybody.
Sail d h m:i Get Tcur Brooa. Cb&p!
Speoinl inducements offered to mcrchnnts. Ait order,
will recolve prompt attention,
Main Street, Ilopainsvllle, Ky.
H i A
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