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CHAS. M. MEACHAM,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1883.
The Great Southern Exposition at
Louisville will closo to-morrow
Marriageable young men all over
the county are busy capturing moth
A California man bet his life on (he
result of a horse race and lost. He
promptly drew a revolver and com
Messrs. llcckner & Stuart, publish
crs and editors of th Clark County
Democrat have sold out lo Messrs. D
C. Lislo and W. B. Nichols, of Win
The Dog show at the Louisville
Exposition, Oct. 30, was not as largo
as was expected, though it was pro-
nounccd the finest collection of dogs
ever exhibited in the United States
It is said that it is fashionable now
to have a "lean and hungry look" in
stead of being plump and rosy
cheeked. If this be true yo country
editor can keep up with the fashion
without an cll'ort.
E. D. Kennedy, a carpet-bagger,
who was appointed Provost Marshal
of Louisville, during tho civil war,
and who undertook to pi'actice law
at the close of the war died in the
City Hospital, a pauper, a few days
ago. While in office he incarcerated
many of the best people of the city,
Tim Henderson Xew is the only
local paper in Kentucky that does not
keep up a personal column. A socie
ty feature is one of the demands of
the times, and we can't see why the
Xews is so violently opposed t it.
There is one class of subscribers who
read nothing else in a paper excepting
II is believed that Justice Harlan
ofthe Supreme Court, was i-niirliii.j
favor with the negroes, with an idea
of being bjomed by them for the Pres
idency, when he set his judgment up
against tho united opinion of his
eight colleagues, in regard to the Civ
il Ifighls Bill. Is it possible that the
Bepublican party is in such a strait
that tho colored clement holds the
balance of power? If such is the
case why aren't the darkeys smart
enough to demand tho second place
for theirMoses, Fred Douglass ?
Tho Cram'3i-3 m3 Emtooglio.
Ever since Maj. Cninibaugh's ac
quittal of the chargo of using official
envelopes for private correspondence,
in order to defraud the government,
the plot in the nauseating drama has
been thickening so to speak. Card
alter card anil letter after letter lui
been fired at the defenceless public
by Evans, Crumbaugh, and their
The day after Crumbaugh's anpiit
tal, W. E. Hughes, ono of his store
keepers, was interviewed by a Cour
ier Journal reporter and gavo the
minute detail of some little irregu
larities that occurred in the Hopkins-
ville post office last June. It will be
remembered that a registered letter
containing a considerable amount of
money was misplaced, but tho post
master promptly made it good and
the matter was not reported. Hughes
alleges that a theft was committed
and that Evans assisted in suppress'
ing it, because young Gowan was his
iirotner-in-law. Tins was a serious
chargo to bring against a man in
Evans' position ami it forthwith
stirred up tho animals in tho menag
Evans came out in a lengthy card
and charged Crumbaugh with being
at tho bottom of the matter and pub
lished a letter from Crunibangh to
A. H. Clark in which the followin
significant language was used:
Owkxsiiouo, ivy., Sept. 2!l, 1833.
To Mi) iJeor Chirk: This letter will
be plain. I have just been informed
that J. '.. Moore, of this citv, is in
V iisluiiirlou. trving to bo collector
of this district. You had lust as well
let Evans know that if lie puis vie
out thai 1 will defeat his confirma
tion m Jtecemiter next to n tleiul. cer
taiuty. I. can do it. I won't be
trilled with in Ibis matter. If J. Z,
Moore should be appointed, that
alone, to sav iiothin" about the lloi
kinsvillo mutter, will be enough to
defeat bis eonliriiiation.
This letter was marked conlldcn
tin! and was sent in an official envoi
ope. Evans says ho construed it in
to an attempt to blackmail him
( 'riimbaugh replied in a still long'
er card, giving eighteen counts to
show corruption on the part of Evans
and to set himself right with tho pub
lie. These were followed by letter
and cards from deputies and cx-dep
uties, el ul, but Evans did not con
tent himself willi merely wriliii;
cards. On last Tuesday, Hughes,
tho fresh young man who stirred up
tho row, was decapitated and Cruni
baugli's removal was decided upon
and announced. The hitler inline
diately set out for Washington
where lie now is and furllierdeveloi
ments are anxiouslv awaited. It is
only a question of lime as to when
Criimbaujrh will bo removed anil it
of the Eusieru KcHtuckv Lutinlle j;r f jiTiitli'n f-i"11-1
may be done this week. Ho will pre
fer vharsfcs asraiiist Evans, if ho is
discharged from tho service, and de
mand an investigation. How the af
fair will end remains to be seen.
Not Too Good But Just Good
Elections were held in ten states
last Tuesday. Tho Democrats car
ried five aud tho Republicans Ave,
tho former redeeming Virginia and
tho latter Pennsylvania and Massa
chusetts. New York is Democratic by 10,000
majority, excepting Maynard for Sec
retary of State, who ran 20,000 vote
behind bis ticket on account of the
liquor question. The Assembly
stands, in the Senate, 19 Republicans
to 12 Democrats ; in tho House 72
Republicans to G6 Democrats. The
Democrats have done nothing to brag
on in New York.
Connecticut lias gone largely Re
publican and both branches of the
Legislature hve been captured. This
is a Republican victory.
Maryland more than holds her own
and Is Democratic bv over 12,000
witli a majority of 37 lit the Legist
tare on joint ballot.
Massachusetts lias been swept by
tho Republicans and Ben Butler de
feated by 10,000. Republican major
ty in the Legislature Hi. This is not
a victory for Republicanism, but a
triumph of aiiti-IiullcrUiu and the
Democrat will not shed many tear
Mississippi is largely Democratic
as usual and Nebraska gives Rcpub
lkanisin a paltry 5.000 majority and
Miuuesoia'sltepiiblii aii majority is re
duced to only 14.1W0.
New Jersey elects the Democratic
ticket bv :i.."00 inni'ri.v and lias a
woi'Kiiig nrijiiril y :m jolui ballot in
I'euiisyli ai.ia, loriuerly a Republi
can strniih.d.l, pulls through with a
majority ot'in.ly about li.tXK). This
places the t tale in the doubtful col
umn for next venr.
In Virginia the Democrat have
done nobly and sat down upon Ma-
hone, Arthur & Co., to the tune of
i.OOJ with an overwhelming luajcr-
itv in both branches of the Legisla-
iie. This is the only substantial
victorv won bv either tide and the
Democrats ought lo be satislicd.
Henry TTattersoa On Tuesday's
The Mums briujf fciv siirju-isos.
View tlie result from any direction
ami the Democrats :ne tlic victors.
Xew York is practically ivliere tlic
leclion of last year placed it solidly.
Democratic even unto tlie end of
Isii. Tlio prubaMo defeat of May
nard, the candidate for Secretary of
Slate, argues nothing hut the imbc-
ilityofllio local ljickprinjrs. True,
(lie majority has y ull'iTud a tremeii-
dons reduction. Hut it contracts no
ood to the Heiul)licaiis in a iiatioual
conlest. The petty quarrels and the
trading for minor ollico arc rcsponsi-
ble for the modest expression in fa
vor of tlic Democratic ticket. The
majority, thouri small, will do.
riierc is at least an end to William
Malioue. lie has gone bevond recall.
Virginia lias risen with a touch of its
old glory, and blotted him from the
face uf thu earth, l'estiferous, inali-
iotis and uiiprineipled, it is well that
the snowy ballots have hid his deeds
inil devices forever. It is a black eye
nut alone for Mahoneism and tlic
peculiar recognition that liasstrength-
ncd him, hut it is a rebuke to the
Administration that backed him with
its powerful machinery. It rings
out the veiim of blu ster and black
guardism, it rings in the era of re
form and regeneration. Den liutlcr,
loo, has gone, and perhaps 'tin best.
lie had to go sooner or later, and 'tis
well he has gouu curly. Iliitlcrisiu
savors of Mahoucisiii, aud there lias
been too much of both.
In Xew York tho Democratic Sec
retary of State lias been bcateu and
both houses of the Legislature arc ICc-
The Democrats have swept Virgin
ia, both bouses of (ho State Legisla
ture falling into their hands by tin
expected majorities. v
New Jersey wheels into line for the
Democrats, Abbott being elected (jov
(U'lior, and both houses being Demo
cratic on joint ballot.
Tlic Democrats swept everything
Pennsylvania lias filed back into
the l'epublican column to the tuuo of
15 0U0 majority.
Massachusetts did for liutlcr what
Virginia did for Alalionc, and at a
Into hour this morning your I'liclc
Hcnjainiii had not been heard from.
Doth sides claim' Maryland by ma
jorities ranging from 12,000 to 15,
000.. A severe cyclone, visited the Cen
tral poriion of tho slate ou Monday
of last week. At Paris two negroes
were killed by a fab ing house and
houses were unroofed and property
destroyed to tho extent of $10,000.
At Lawreiiceburg the damage
amounted to $(1,000. Timber cverv
where in ils track was destroyed and
femes blown down. '
A bell is to bo put in tho cupola of
tho Princeton court bouso.
Ovcr 500 men are now at work on
the Henderson railroad bridge.
Tho Herald Enterprise will have
premium distribution next July.
There is a ease in Iho Daviess cir
cuit court that has been pending ever
Tho Clinton Democrat
staunchest Democrat icpaper
In a street brawl at Richmond,
Juo. Smiley was killed by a man
Six cars of a freight train were
thrown from a trestle at Aden, and a
brakemuu was killed.
(ico Thompson, of Paducah, has
had a foot amputated as the result of
wearing tight foots. ,
The initial number of tho W. K. C.
NoWs,piiblislied bv the students of the
College at Soutli Carrollton,appeared
R. A. Pulliaui, in a fit of drunken.
ncss, shot and killed K. I. Hawkins
and wounded Jas Mofllt, at Harrods'
Mr. Douglass Sherley, of Louis
ville, has written a book entitled'The
Valley of Unrest, or a Book without
(r. W. Gates, formerly editor of the
Calhoon Progress, was married last
week to Miss Lizzie Houston, of Cal
hoon. The fall circuit court in the four
counties of Fulton, Craves Hh kinan
and Ballard, resulted in sending only
one-convict to the penitentiary.
Leni AVinlield and Miss Willie Ev
ans cloned from Franklin last
week. Wintleld is j0 years old and III.
bride but l(i.
Miss Lulu Mix. a daughter of a
Methodist minister at Williams-
town, eloped last week with a mar
ried man named M. F. Franklin.
Ben llardestv, a bachelor ajred tij
years, shot himself through the head
producing instant death, in Breckeu-
Oscar McKenzie, cx-Slierill'of Mor
gan county, was calhd out of his
house at night aud clubbed to-dca(h
by Ben RcUner and two brothers.
The Rcisners escaped to the moun
tains. n n tv it w irto rott.
Watt is so common wo hardly think
if it. To begin with, wuUir was God's
builder of the voild, as wo see it. The
cocks were mud aud sand mado by water
ud laid down by it, one kind ou the top
( another. Coal, mado of plants, was
jovcred up by vntur, so that the rotten
Auit were kept tliure and changed into
VkiI. Vtins of lead, copper, cold, eilvrr.
sryst.J?, wcro cracks in thu rocks, filled
a I tJi water that had thufM precious
iiiii dissolved in it. And water, as ice
placiei), ground up rocks into earth, in
'hich p). nits can grow, the sea and
itrniais helping to do tho work. Water
wilds plants and aniuuila, too. Tlree
piai'ters of w hut they aid Inado of is
yntcr. When you pay 20 conts tor a
icckof jiotntoes you ore really paying
15 of tlic conts for the water in the pota
oes. A boy who weighs eighty pounds,
f perfectly dried np, would weigh only
w. uty iJiiiuds. And there could lie no
Kitdo nor b y without w.ilcr. It must
lissolte tilings lo mnkn thein over into
low things, slid it carries tlioru where
h-y aro wanted to build the new tilings.
t softuivi food, and then as watery
lood currim the food to every paitof
ho liody to make inw flesh Bud iioaos,
hut wo limy grow and have strength. It
anii a the pl.uit's food, also, up into the
ilimt. And water carries man and goods
1 bonis, ULd, as steam, drives his cars,
t inukcs the wh..ols go in his fuetories.
Is 1 grout worker, and to could not
et along without it. And it makes
inch ( f the ljcauty in the world. Ask
our frimda how it does thai? Von-
CHEAPEST AND BEST!
Splendid Premium? fur ftflttitijr up
I'liibs: IMustriUcd " (ioltlen (iift;'
haro sizo Steel Enjrravinjr; Kxtva
uopy lor LiSiSi. i'UH Mzo 1'upur l'ut
A Rnnnlom nt will In1 civon in ovorv nnnititr
for lKSl, cimtiMiiiiiir fit 11 -ff 7.0 niilU'ni for 11
lti'ly'ri or chilr Kvcrv tmlwi-riln'r will
ni'cive nurnitf uia yt-nr twelve iti iiifi-u pnt
U'in wurtli inoru uloiiu thuti Um Hiilxtci'liitiun
IVtir.n'ii Miiicazinf1 the lM inul cliunitoHt
of lht ladyV li.iokii. II (livt'H iiiiiiv fur the intm
ey Hinl (onili;'n KJvati-v incviU tlian hmv other.
Ill rilliirt, It llllrt DlU llt'Ht Htl'l'l ftlfinivillV, lH't
Mill MlliriU, IJLMI WUI K-lltl)lU DttUt-ntH, ttttfl lllll
Terras A1TA,ivnw, $2 a Year
lT N 1 A K A L 1 , E L K I ) OKFKItS TO UX'llS!
S Cniiti'H frir til.IW: rK'onii'H fnr t-l.ML with
r n Inrm? ctwi wtlv Mw ongruviiig, "Xiruii
Out." fnr pcttinir up ihv i-iub.
4 Copley for fti.5i; KCopi, for With nn
iniiiin. to tho (tpi-ruin dt'tlin ill) the chili.
5 l oiiien fur k: ( tmlcrt fnr I
nit cm i n ronv (ii 1 ne finir
itiie for 1KS4. iiiitllhe
"tiiiinen tnt," or the larn" ntwl eiifiriivln
"Tnvl Out," lo Iho ihimii iretliiiir tin Lherhi
or thu larK" Ktwl eiiiinivhii
KnrlrKt'rrlulw Mill ure.iler itiluiTiiieiitH.
Atlilnfm, iMwi-imhl, t'HAItl.KS .1, I'KTKU
w.,iHM tieMiiitt !si riii HUein bin.
SHH hiienn Kent KmliM, If written fur. to get
II till 119 VI It II
Mason & Hamlin Organs
sow Uliitftrutcl f a Hi log no, (40 pprto) for
wiiMinof IHJsa-i, hirluilhig muny new Htylen
ItioWritariHortiueiitofthQ bunt nml inont ut
tim'tivonrtraiirt wuluivo ever oilVro.!, nml at
won prli-oH, ll to fl.w, for uiidh, ouny pay
inbuilt or rent oil. Kont fron.
Mason & Hamlin Organ & Plans Co,
Bontnn, IM Troniont St.! Sexr Yurie, K.ift
Mill B. enicllgci, HU n lllmall AVOi
1S70. Xstablhhnl 1810.
lias now on hand nml will continue to
ktH'ji in stock tin extrusive nmU-oiupletu
slock of alt tho In ti nt ami bout stvfvs of
and will sell as cheap as the
same can be handled.
V tulr In Henry II lock,
HOPKINSVILLE. . KY.
ter All Krmlcs or Collhts furnlti.cl
in any unit of the country ou tltu
From The South.
A lVrfwt Combination with Tho Salient Ail-
vnntagoit Why it Cunrorn You.
'Tluro in no mMiiU nUmt it." tviunrkcil 1 -r,
M. F. Klowi'ts of liallntiti. Mission. "tlKN-
sovs t A1VINK l'dliuts ri'AN'l Kits niy
one of thu neatest coiiiliinntnnw vwr nixMhu'it.
iiu-yn.ivu nvo lunu oi lutvamau'. ovit nu
utli.-i-M, wliM h uo may call the niin.tr ami the
major. FirM, tln-y aivrletm nml loawutt to
unv, nviii iv u i ii u mi uarm irur tnu iiimi m nil1
wcaix-r. iMcoiiu, Hk'V art iiieklv and imuer
fullv. I have tried (tie t'liiieint' I'laxter mi mv.
n-lf for imeuimmia, ami mi mv patient for
variniiHivaMs mu-Ii na NenraV'n. Mnm-nlar
luiruiiiiu 1111, i.umiiHt, AMiney irointie, etc..
ami in ail easve it'iit-l Hit iniiowcitlu fivm llirve
to fttl I '.ii III linllhw "
Or. Flouer ineielv volre the written or nml
opinion of tlintinni) In hi luiifeinn. ItKN-
mi s t atliM'. roiiut s fi.AM Kits an- the
nei feet oxM-nial npiilieatinn. The gi-nuine
have tho word l .Vrt lNK cut in theei-ntiv.
I'ru'i' 2.'i cetit. frcaburj A Johnson, Chem
IkU, New Voi'k.
PI A DT-O-iiH'ii0'. ,u,i-(,
WAXlJkJthiur u,MM Mailrdmi rerilil
of U cent! in lainjw. llKAlt.NU & to., 1. O.
liox lr, .. 1 .
A ni.mth and lloar-1 for it live v.nin
tPUtJMeiiur lidieis In enrh coniily.' Ad-dre.-it
I. W. .iKiii.KK A t o.. I'lnladelphia. 1'a,
Without a Teacher!
Sjn'rV llwI.inttuieoiiH l.nitlo lo Kevi of
Piano and ('r.ni. 1'i-uefl. Wilt teaili any
ih'iMn In pl.iy & jui'ivii of mu-it in one day.
lou r.-nl'lii't' h ;u o it from a le.-n-lier in a
month rr J'.ti. l'r il and In coin hict-d. sam
ple copy vi dl Im iii.ttU'd to any tiddii -x on iv
t eipto 2.'. cenli in i-i;ii!ij) t)y 11k mnK A 1 1)
i'unli;-liei'N I. O. lUx U;,Neu' loi k.
llmiiN W'., Hyron, JUK'.,
f t tnnplvll. tin. ham-er,
un'.i i oii'i idf. v
t'owpor, lav-., Iljiute. :.V.. Prvden, .'ws-.. tiodin
7ik- , (,oiliiiitli, .Vv., IIi'iilihs An., Iii;id ail-l
( tdi--ty, 7-i'., II.h 1, :.fv lnjteli.H , 'oh'.. Kcittf,
4iV'' M -iidtili. Al ttl M.fiiv th-
I'ope, A.r., I'.,e, i v i lidler. 4"m'., sroli, .'o.'.,
Teiiuyrt-n, life., Viiyil, 4AeM and ntheiv. Fine
. lolii liindtiifi. Sent for ciiitiiitaiiii K-f-nv
11:1 . .it.1 f i i mi i-vjii'h'( of iim liMl!', t al;tlii:iie
five. Not miM l,y .U'.iler-. .HiUNU. Al.lihN,
riii.Uriivr, is wm' st., Xt-w lork.
Ii:k'f.i-t ai'd t!nn friend -f .ill Im me it
Invipiiaiott I :u- Koine).-. I im r. Mid
-t-ni:icli .tml i.tiniit tlu I.UwL I if.-.-t-. ti.o
ia!;:if, i-lir- tiic nirm.i-.ioii m.d m-vi the I
uinti. lo nuiih'ii i'H.1 .ii-.i ht''iI unnartd
-tn-ij'lli and !i nil. u.-, Tui' Iv.-t Ln ii ait-idoh-
to tin' l:.,uor halnt. .Vv. ynd (1 -n.
UIm OX ! t ., Nov VorU.
anil uli Sl.lClllCCWiA M ill- n'.i. v.'.l try UXir.U
WRIGHTS lii jiAli VSGETAlLE FiLLS
klllm 04.30. RrTolrrro Kl.no. Cnll.
irpfrli l.otvler 84.(10. Itnit2.rt,
nirn, mem miiilirSI6.uO.
I)'.. :r p.. r klin
OUR S!5 SHOT-Smi
I $tttj rpluct prie,
-vDil tDlp fT our Nw
'Ton flilm too
why a iktitic,
'lfnw ciin 0110
clilc for tnli p
in l am Uuiiuw.
Hperroniorrbw, nr Pcmiunl lVeakneuH,
and ffir other coinpliiliitfif1' Wetlaim ii
fcrfc.ftniplY, iKHtuiBctiteiiniiof nllillnenM
rice frornt!iebool. Nunine, licpolvrnf,
Alterative inl I.nxailve tirntiertleii mrpt all the
cnmlltioiui Uorulurvfurrudtu. Il l known uoi lU
It iukL anil coii)Uousttiu uUcnt uot by tlm
liitrotlucUuo of opintt's and drastic cathartic,
but by t lie mtorttiloa of activity to the moniich
ind nenoin nyKteni, whehy the brain $ re
llevcd of inor liltl faiu'Ic. which are created by
tne caiiiiPH above n-ferwd to.
ToCk rcymcn, Lawyer, Lilrrnrymrn, Mer
cnaiiU, BuiikiTH.UiHed and all tUotu wlmse
eniary employinfiitcauHeHimrvoui' prostration,
irrrk'iilaritlea of tho blood, tomach, Ifoweln or
kidneyaorwlio require a nerve toidn. apnctlvr
ThoiiundH proclaim It tho nt wonderful In
Tigoraut that over luiitaiiicd thu Inking eystom.
tar Sold by all DroggUta.
The DU. S. A. RICHMOND WED. CO., Propr'n,
BL Joseph, Mo. (44)
For testimonial! and circular! send stamp.
FOIUUE PERMANENT CURE OF
Vo other disMe U so rrevalent In UUi
oountrr u Consti&atlon. and do rcmodv
n.-u over cquftiitu UiO cciuijratM H-UJNEY -WOET
as a euro. What6ver tho oauM,
bowovor oUtinato the ocm, this nmody
will ovcrooms It,
OBI R70 THIS dirtwstnjr oom
i BhUnt is vorr ant to be
complicated with constipation. Klduey-
IWortstreuathAiisthe weakonod parts and
quickly ouret all kinds of Piles even when
DhTJtJcians and medidnea have before foil !
k ed. IVIfrouhaTaeltheroftlietetroubieN
Spflcialtyi-FaUnt causes befors the Pattot Office!
soatasuouru. Ksssonabie tirai, Opinion as to
paientanimy.mBorcasrife. Bond for circular.
Bend for t'CATALOCUEA PRICE LIST.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.
ROCHESTER N,Y. CHICAGO ILL.
V78-I83 MAIN STREET. 200-206 RandolvhSt
J I'CIW pnno READY
'ft UfcI Wf.UI
Imk, hi, hm, Blind!
Which Excel in Good Material and Workmanship.
We use the Celebrated Steel Skeins. Satisfaction Guaranteed
or Money Refunded.
Contracting and Building. Tlic Wilcox Cyircss Shingles. The Cele
brated Erin Lime. Washburn Mocn Steel Barbed Wire. Coloin
bus Buggies. South Bend Chilled J'lou-s. Avery y Son
Steel Plows. Tobacco Bogheads.
All Kinds of Repairing Done on Wagons & Plows.
H, A, Witherspcon,
Oak Hall, LOUISVILLE.
A etiK-k of Men's anil liny ( liilliiii'
lin-urjia-'ied ill variety. Style the
Very latent and I'riecs t'.ie lowest.
n:isi::css h'tiitM, "
ill en's Furnishings.
H. A. Yitlierspoon,
Corner Fourth nml ilrtTurt-ou,
CITY BARBER SHOP-
SAFJ HAWKING &C0,
OVr.R HurPRIl'l DRCO BTORB
Respectfully Invite the public to their
Iromuliiff to do SHAVING, I! AIUCUTT1NO,
SilAMl'UOlNU Ac. in the most excellent
J. U. HIPKINS,
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
initio St., 1101MWNSV1U.K, KY.
f.rie brick stnh' near ninnlnir wnlur
Hortes hotirded hy the day, week or month
Hai-kfl to tiii3 tmin run day uad night, Tiuiiia
im urivers ni nil limes.
Frjighl Irasfcrrinj a Socially,
From tlniKo Bonrcua nriao tiinio-fourths of
tlie Uljtuat;a of tlio human raco. Thcae
lAmpUimsiiKhcato choir existence: T,n of
ippsUto, JUowela coatlvnt Kick Iload
aciietitlJiies anratliiKt aversion to
exertion of body or nilndt K in c tat Ion
of foodf Irritability of temper, Low
oplriu, A fenllnp; or having nedlrctnl
floiiio duty OixKtiiess, Flattering ut tho
Heart. IhiU before tho eycs,hlglily col
ored Vrino, CONAXIPATIOIV, and do
man d tho mo of a rumotly that octa dlnxiMy
on tho Mvur. AaftLlvormodlclnoTDTT'S
Pll.l,g havo no oqnnl. Their action on tho
Ktitnuyannrt Skin Ja also prompt ; removing
oil Impurities through tlicsothrcoacav
angora of the system,1' prtxluclng nppo
tito, sound rttiroBtion, reguliir n toots, a cWr
akinandavirrorouabodv. TCTT'N VllH
orniso no nausea or gilplnff nor InLorftira
with dully work nnd aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Ghat miR or WiiiBiti-iu olaiiKil In.
BtantlT to a Clr)8ST Ulack by a alnglo ap.
plicnilon of I Ms DTK. Bold by brugjflau,
or aunt by oxprnaa on rwcnlpt of 01.
Odlco, 4i Murray Stnwt, Nw York.
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEB ,
Tlie TtrjTEnrf Guide, N
34, Fall and Winter, 1883,
Kivos wlioiwaie mcesairut
lo cmuunurt on every iliini;
tou uao, eat, drink, wear, or
liavo fun with. Tell hour
to order with exort cost, 210 pagca lurco
ones y.HOO illustrationa a wliolo
picture pallerv. Contains information
gleaned from the markets of tho world.
No other price-book in existence contain)
a much information. Kent free to any nd
drcaBiiponrceeiptof postnfje (7 ctn). Ict na
hear from yon, or visit its when in ourcity.
Near Exposition Buildings, liespcctfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
9T W Wabuh ATeuno, tblcaao, 1U
VJ Nj 1
FORBES & BRO., Proprietors.
or altj kinds.
I I V i -,
iNpn. ' ...i.r--..--.-rf-ji.
Winks cany inul tlirows wnlcr with timro jiowcr tli in any lliind Pmnp In
inc. A lnpti'4 for CIiHitiik, AVII, Drive Well- an 1 Wind Mill,
And has Superseded all
lOl SALE BY
E. L. FOULKS & SON.
i 6i- ts-vi ..JS
IT IS PORTABLE.
It in woven like carpel, and can
removed bv the stnnles bem-' ilmtvii
.... .. . '
the fi-ncc rolled .iiji. This cut s iuws
fence ready for oliipment. Address
333. Ii. FOTJLISS & SOU,
PUMPS, WIRE FENCES AND CLIFTON COAL,
S. (i. HL'CKXKIt.
HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY.
Special attention paid to Inspection and Sale of Tobacco. Liberal
Advances made on Tobacco In Sloro. i'luo'a'
Sales Every Wednesday.
w,jr order, not , .,. KTS TZ
'i!i'xir I'nili'.inc, ''J
i i Building Material
M5Otr - . T-t--..-r. "
Others Where Introduced
Dp-IIiuM lo nippliuit nil
oilier IViicliiff; For it com
Mm' tliii iiilvuiitiijroii of cv
nry Yvncn nml frees iu,.f
from tlio iihjoclioiin of all.
This I'Vnrn consist of fl.'o
iloubli' uul.los of Calvanlzod
Slwl Wire, willi Wlillo Onk
Slats firmly Interwoven nt a
uniform distance of 21,'
incliiH apart. It Is tl,n
stroiijfOKt nml most dnrablo
I'ciico ever iiiiule.
JOS. C. AVOOI.niillH.i;
iv nil rim 1. l t.;i .l..lu .l W '
v 'fl.'UT 1" Illlli.''- I.I nil C'TIH