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ClIAS. M. M BACH Ail KlIITOK. tlOPKlNSVILLE, MAR. 2, 18S0. Seymour still says lio will not be sj eaiididuto nuder auv oircuinsl'inces. The Clnrkeylllc Tubncro I.cnf laliOf the bull bv the horns and dcclurcs for Tilden. Will Iho legislators let their love for "Tom and Jerry" prevent them from rcmovliiir llio latter? This Is the censcm of Iho year for geese to "remove South," will tlio Kentucky Legislature be as sensible. Soon us spring opens wo intend to tike u trip to the woods, and try to find somothinp; fcrn-y to write about. One of the questions the grand jnry will be called upon to determine at it present session will bo "what's the matter with Hanna?" . Some of the papers are trying to work up a boom for Jcwctt. as a Democratic Presidential dark horse. Who Is Jcwctt? Tho papers of the first district think Hon. Oscar Turner will havo a "walk over'' next fall for Congress. The same may bo said of lion. Jus. A. McKcnzio. - ' Kentucky has nu excellent repie entallon in Congress, and we know of no good reason- why ihey should not all be returned. Gen. Sherman declares his inten tion of retiring to private lifo on the attainment of his sixty-second year in 1881 which, by the way, is pretty well put in. The Democracy have selected Cin cinnati as tho ptaco to hold the next National Convention to nominate Presidential -candidates. The time ilxcd la June 22. Mr. "J, D. K." the "fonelic" editor of tho Henderson Reporter has de scended from the tripod, wholhor permanently or to "take it rest" we don't know, - Tho Republicans have a man named Straight cut as a candidate fo,. uovornor in Indiana. wani n Straight election probably with im ported neproes. The Speaker of Iho House has Is sue J an order for nn election on tho 12lh of SJni oh, In the counties of Clay, Jackson and Owsley, to (111 the va cancy occasioned by, tho resignation of John D. White. Tho Legislature has voted to ex tend the session indefinitely. There it no telling when It will adjourn, probably . not until it has cost the citato a hundred thousand dollars or more lu carrying on tho work of "re trenchment and Voform." . The Coui-ier-Jounia-1 says that It is Within its positivo knowledge that Mr. Tilden does not seek the nomi nation, but is casting- around for some ouo who may lake it. If he will come out and doclaro this, that lie regards tho parly moro than he does himself, ho will make friends of those who are now his enemies. Wo believo Tilden will bo nomi nated, but it will be a hazardous ex periment It will be too lata after defeat to undo the deed. Let the Democratic party tako warning and nomiuAlo a ins n who can carry his own Stato. Personal preferences should bo laid nsido. Belter sacrifice Mr. Tilden than suffer defeat. John D. Whito, the muchly con . cplcuous Republican member from Clay, has resigned as a member of tho Houso to tho Infinite, satisfaction of that body. Ho bad a fuss with one of the clerks and the Speaker would'ut allow him to harangue the Ilouso'with his 'grievances." He was a most consummate ass, and a disgrace to the body while In in. If wo would "give praise to whom praise Is due," brother Mcacham. of the south Kcntnckian published at Hopkiiisylllo, would certainly come In for a largo share Ho Is an origi nal writer, and so seasons tho same as to make his paDer pleasant to read. . Hartford Herald. Whother we merit this compliment or not we suppose we will have to "grin and Barrett." Jesting aside, wo highly appreciate these kind words coming as they do from ono who is a strnngcr tons. - A good many papers of the Stato hi-o boasting Unit tueir respective towns have the prettiest girls. AVheu we say that Newport contaius the largest number ot pretty girls, we mean it, nud we II buck it with from 1(WX) to 20,000. Of course wo dou t mean pretty clothos, paint and powder; but nice, plump, healthy (rirls nil solid girl. Newport Slate Journal. Just consider your pile covored. Wo are not afraid to risk n couple of months profits on as fat a thing as that. Tho following clipped from the Frankfort Yeoman is the latest on John P. White, who recently 10 signed because tho House would'ut nllow htm to bring a personal quar rel Into its deliberations for discus sion: "Ono member In tho IIouso yes terday morning remarked to another : 'I see the Spoakor has n big slab of marble to wrap his gavel upon Inset d of beating upon the dosk." "Yes"' was tho reply by tho gcntloman nd drcfisod, "it is a tombstone, and it has inscribed upon it, "arrcd to tho Wmory of (Jio njUIninaii from Clay.' j Ths IdoritabU Leaiaa. New York has Instructed for Grant which virtually settles his nomina tion by the Republicans. Cirant is- j u -t us sure to nc the cnndidtito of his party as tho convention makes n nom ination. It now ouly remains to de cide who will Inko tho second pl.r-o Will IUaino or Shorinuii play socond fill Ho to Oram ? wo think not. Then Cnukliug will probably stand a good uliauco. He has successfully engin eered New York for his master , and anil will no doubt expect to bo made tho tail to Grant's kile as a reward so much for the Republican side of the question. . lue Democrats aro still at sea to a great oxlcut, Tilden can count on hsilf of tho party in spile of the fact that New York was lost byhim las fall. Seymour la the strongest man In his stato, hut ho says he will nut be a candidate. B iyard stock is ris ing In tho East, but tho West will iicverendorso him with any degrco ot enthusiasm. Thurinan's friends claim that tho local influence at tho Cincinnati Convention will bring hi in to liio front. Thoro are no new features in tho state of affair. It is but Kiicsswork to express an opinion. We suppose our preferences aro well understood. Personally we aro for tho old ticket, but from a point of availability, as to Now York, wo. be lieve Seymour to be stronger than Tildc!i and would as heartily endorse the ticket, Seymour and Hendricks1 It is impossible to tell who will be the nominees, we can ouly hope that the party will display wisdom ifi the selections. Thoro Is uo ques lion that Tildon is the choice of many states, Kentucky among the number. Indeed the Tilden boom has revived with redoubled force and several of the party organs have expressed tho opinion that his nomination Is Inevi table. Let no good Democrat, resolve to witbold his support (roni tho nom inee on personal grounds. Remem ber it is not a man you are to voto for but a party, and a platform of prin ciples. Wo repeat, Tildon'e fricuds number as mnitv ns all other candi dates combined, nud if hols not the man ho will nauio hiui, and Demo crats might as well prepare to choose between Grant and Tilden. Every thing points to them as the inevita ble loaders of thcirrcspectlve parties and a little over throe months will settle the matter. The aspect of mat ters may chango between this and the conveution,butit Is pretty certain that any change that may occur will not bo to Mr. Tildcn'g disndvnutngo. Thus matters stand at present, and we can only wail furthor develop ments. : If the Republicans nominate Conkling on tho second place, it will rcquiro tho stroucst mcu of the Democratic parly to beat him in New York, if they do not wo can risk Tilden with some degroo of hope. Tho oppoaers of Tilden may unito and determine to beat him in spite of the preponderance of public sentimentlu his favor. But taking all ot theso things into consideration Grant will lead ono party and Tilden the other, if wo ore to judgo by the indications. .Too Thin. The policy of Grant is quite trans parent. Ho will travel around and spongo on foreign nations, till just bo fore the National Convention, when he will return to New Orleans. and mako a tour through tho South, and expect the Democrats to iinitato the example of tliolr illustrious Louis ville brethren and wlpo his foot with the hair of their heads. This will cause tho Radicals to put him through with a wboop, and they then expect to get tho votes of theso southern States. This trick is "too thin." It is true Kentucky Democrats made assos of thomselves bat thoy aro now heartily ashamed of themselves since they soe the political capital that was made out of their actions. Of conrso there will be some fools to forsake their ranks and desert to Grant's for ces, but we don 1 believe the South con bo tukeo In by him. They , have not forgotten that it is less than four years, since his Iron heel was taken from their necks, and memory can carry them back still furthor, if neod be, when his henchmen appeal to them to support the tyrant and des pot. " At Nebraska City, Neb., last week, an insane boy killed lite father, two horses, two dogs, tried to kill his mother, and kept a score of neigh bors at bay for several hours. ' Loulsvlllo line just got well of Pin afore, nud is now to be afflicted by the "Couzens and tho aunts," etc. Miss Phoebe Couzena Is to lecturo there two nights (his weok. Four States have instructed for the Rcoublicau candidates for President; Pennsylvania and New York for Grant, Indluna for Blaine, and Ver mont for Edmunds. . The Student, a mouthly Journal de voted to Education, Science and Lit erature, published at South Carrolton Is placed on our exchange list with pleasure. The prlco of gas has been re duced from $2.25 to $1.60 per thou sand in Cincinnati. I Tilden has telegraphed to secure 250 rooms in the leading hotels in Cincinnati, for tho Democratic Con vention. James Buchanan, tho Inst Demo crntlo President, was nominated in 1856 at Cincinnati. Col E. W. Colo has tendered his resignation ns president of tho N., C. & St. L Railroad. HE 773- Vermont bonms for Edmunds. Gen. Murray has gone to Salt Lake t'ilv. Uhoilo IjJjii I Rjntibliifa im instruct March 8. 'Fhcrman clubs aro boimr organize! in Uilln. M. DdLessops thi great erijinoor. arrived in .New loik last week. The Italian the 17th itist. Puiliment opened on Cuba liadannthor slight earthquake shock last week. A terrible snowstorm is reported Irom the riortliwestern territories. Grant clubs and Blaine clubs both golting;thick. in Illinois. Washburn is C4 yoars old, Sherman 57, blame 50, and Grant 68 At Eratn, Miss., J. W. Mnsgrovj died at the ago lUd years. Nearly 300,000.000 pnstnl cards were used iu tho United States last year. The largest sugar mill in Louisiana is at Charles parish, and was erected timet y days. Nashville sent to retorsbnrg, .Vs., for an architect for her Centennial buildings. Several States have already engag. l rooms for their delegates at the Cin cinnnli Convention. ' Ono hundred and thirty-three grad uating doctors' were turned loose in Nashville last week. There are throe hundred and eight theatres in the United States, and more building. , An eagle has been killed in Cheat ham county Tenn., which moasured nino feet from tip to tip. Rev. A". W. Paige, has pleaded guilty of sonding obsceno literaUttr through tho mails, at New liavou Conn. A wealthy old gentleman of Lag range, Ua., li. W. riazelton Ml from a ladder-in his barn and was in stantly killed. Next Thursday is the 102 anniver sary of Robt Emmets burtbday and the Irish or Louisville aro going to cele brate it. Years ago Oowley, the bad Shep herd, was chaplaud on Blackvilles Island, and now he returns as a con vict. A Boston negro finds himself re warded by a bequest of $27,000 from a Bnlimore man whose eon he once saved from drownding. A grandson of John C. Calhoun is attending bar in St. Louis. He pofos- scs the watch originally belonging to the groat South Carolinian. Human blood corpuscles average 3.200 to an inch, and in hogs, 4,200. But fortunately you can tell a bog without the aid of science. A western firm named Nice b Good have a bookkeeper named Simmomls, and ha signs receipts thus: "Nice it Good, per Simmonds." A yonng man at Canton, Ohio, has sued Ins own mother for $10,000 fur slander. She circulated a report that lie was" drunken and .thievish. The wife of United States Senator Wilkinson Call, of Florida, is the youngest of all the Senator's wives, and is said to he the most beautiful. Hie was a Miss Simking, of South Carolina. It has been decided by tho Supreme Court of Indiana that the legal name of a jiorson consists of one Christain name and one surname, and that inac curacy in a middle name does not in validate a deed or other legal docu ments. At Kansas city Mo James- Rus sell, a pickpocket, stole a pockotbook, ran into the arms of an officer, was arrested, tried, convicted, and senten ced to six months' imprisonment and placed in jail in exactly twenty min utes. They mako hangings pay in some places. J. M. Keer, upon whose land th9 cxttcntion took place, cleared $10, 000 by the sale of reserved seats and b.irbecued monts.etc. at tho don Lie hanging at Mufreesboro, Tenn., on the 20th inst. The negroes aro slowly straying in to tho fiold of journalism. In North Carolina thoro aro six newspapers edited by blacks; Louisana has three, Tennessee and Texas two each, Vir ginia, Alabama and Musippi one each. Loadville Has had a loap-year ball which was conducted in proper style. The girls had three knifo fights and then a general shooting affray, while the men huddled together in a corner and yelled. Boston Post Tho walking match in Cincinnati closed Saturday night with the follow ing score: Vint,'4a2; flarriman, 421; Guyon, 415; O'Brion, 406; Meals, 385; Bnckerige, 870; Brown, 360. The four leading men claim to have beaten the best time on record iu a similar match. " ". Constantinople, Fcb.5. A Greek has boen. arrested here for hnvinir in lus possession nn infernal machine. Ho claims that is an English sub ject. Ho first admitted, then retract ed, the statement that he contemplated attack on the sultan, and asserted that the machine was bought by his broth er, who was consequently arrosted. ThoNowport State Journal says: A disease las broken out among the cattle iu thejvicinity of Newpoint. Ind., which generally provcH fatal within twenty-four hours from the first attack. They becoino weak in the back, stiff in'the joints and unable to move in a few hours. The disease proves most fatal to young cattle. The fanners havo no name for tho disoaso, neither have they any remedy. Joseph Weods.a fine looking young man." of Licuhenville, paid devoted a.tentinn to threo young women, each snpposlng she was the fuvorod one. lie privately married one of them but kept up hut visits to the others. Tho fact of his marriagoa at last lonked out. Ono ol tho girls has become insane; tllrt fttlinv Vinu In .ml.l unit f K..rtnAU 0f promise, and his wile has loft him J saying showfll novor lire with him Ingnin. GENERAL . SI AT 3 N2W3. " Hema han risen lo about $3.00 A Cynthinm hog has 17 prs in ono litter. - ' Fleming c unity's tobacco c,rop is estimated at $100,000 ' Whitley county Republicans havo instructed for Grant. ' Parnsll raise! fifteen hundred dollars at Louisville. Hon. Henry Watturson introduced Parnull at Louisville. J.-i-i. StoigW.l r foil il.iid in L iuis villo last weok of hoart diseaso. A business' firm at Cnmpbellsvillc advertises to "sell on credit. Harrison con ity Republicans havo instructed for Sherman. Henry Ilaberlo of Covingtou has mysteriously disappeared. M. D. Summer u preacher of Wild cat, Ky., lias been convicted of forgery Washington oounty Ropnblicans ar' for Grant "first last and nil tho time.' Franklin is to have another paper tho Local with Mr. Kolly aa editor All rewards offored by the Gover nor prior to Jan. 1, 1S80 are revoked A littlo boy in Grant county-foil i rum a straw stack and broke lus neck Elias Carter of Jefferson olaims to bo 111 years old and still works on a Inrui. ion monsami valentines were DiatloU through tho Louisville post- omco. Mr. Jas. Davis suicided at Hebron Inst week by shooting herself through me bean. ... . Clark connty wants to donate the neo-'ssnry lands for the location of tho Confederate orphan Home. R. W. Knott editor ot tho Lonis- ville Post ib News' was married in Nashvillo last week. , Senator Mitchell of Taylor has in troduced a bill for tho repeal of the local option law. A doad tramp was found in the woods of Gravel county last week. o marks of violence. The Herald boasts that Hartford has the finest educational bnilding in southern Kentucky, just completed. The Co1tiniba Bpectntor says Dr. U. L. Taylor has a shiiiyle from the old homestead of Abraham Lincoln. Thos. L. Allen has killod a turkey. says tho Hartford Herald, which meas ured 5 loot and 11 inches from tip to tip- Tl.os. Thorn returning from Mis souri, had a wagon washed away and littlo girt drowned in Calloway county. An Irishman whose name was not learned was run over by the train and killed at Owensboro Junotion lat Saturday. The Owensboro pnhlic schools have over 700 pupils. Prof. Lowry. one of j the principals was fined $10 last week forgivinga boy a flogging. Tho Constitutionalist says: Mr. T. G. Dunlnp, of Shelby connty, sold last Saturday 2U0 acres of land withont a house on it to Mr. Wm. Wright, of Woodford county, at $51 per acre. CianK Democrat: Mai. John Catli- erwuod has a canuoa hall picked np on the battle .meld ot liorsa-suoc Bend lit Alabama, in which Gen. Jackson al most annihilated the Indian forces. Tom Buford will be tried a second time for tho murder of Judge Elliott, ar the May term of the Owen Circuit court. It is to bo hoped ho will got justice at the end of a ropo this tiui-. j Thomas Boyd an nmbrolla tueudir jumped from the Louisville bridge in to tho Ohio river on a wager of $15 and won tho money. The dirt nice was 95 feet and the man escaped with one slight bipiso. Henry Potter while drnnk tried to force an ont ranee into the honae of a fortune teller named Stagalo to hnvo their fortune told and the old man's son shot him in tho face inflicting a perhaps fatal wound.- CEOFTON. There Is a peach troo w otlr farm that is out in full bloom this, Febru ary 24th. Miss Emma Nisbet, accompanied by her friend Mr. Todd, from Mndi sonvllle, Is visiting tho family of O. S. Brown. . , Mr. E. F. Kelly and family and II. IL McCutchoon and family started last Sunday for Texas. - Johnnie Brasher is leaching school at Macedonia. He is a good scholar ana deserves to be patrouized. M. B. Brown, Esn., married Mr. Carr Long to Miss Belle McClutch eon Monday, Feb. 23d. Dr. AB. Gibson, of St. Chnrlos, is horo on a visit Jp tho homo of bis boyhood. Politicians, unlike republics, are not ungrateful. We havo always supported Hon. James A. without a hope of fee or reward, and yestov dav we received a card from a gentle man in Washington stating that at investigation of the aforesaid, Uon. J. A. would in a row days send me a paper or two of tomato seed. Mr. David Walker and Miss Mary Armstrong were married a few days since. Mr. Jacob Wooldridgc, of Kolly, seems to have much business in this town of late. . When we read Miss Olive Branch's pajriotic appeal in last weeks papor we jumped up and shouted hurrah lor the 4lh ul July, the American Eagle, George Washington, dee'd, and the atarspangled banner. Bay, hold on, I want just ono word with yon. I just wanted to say to you that I am a candidate for I feol that I nm qualified. Say, set 'em up, lively if you want any votes down this way " Mr. Rico Dulin returned to-day from Murfreesboro, Tenn, where ho had been on business as Administra tor of tho mythical estate of A. J. Turner, dee'd. Miss Opholia Davis is teaching school here. Mr. John M. Lockheart is suffering with n severe attack of the rheuma tism of tho back. . Dr. J. W. Long rotnrned from Lou Isvillo to-day, where he lias been in attendance to some modical college. . IIlllAM. Christian Circuit Court. Snrnh A Wliito nml Suuitiot Wltilu. Jr., luuUimt i in L imty. ) Kxpartu. Tins i!ny rnmo tlio imrtiijl liv (hi-h Atliirneys, ami llteil In tliu oltK-'it nf tliv l.lurk i.( tlio Uiritian Circuit Cut!tt,.lln-lr ex .nvlo petition, iriug ilmi tliu lu'titiuiiur. SnriiU A. While, liu um.HMn-retl to unr, t'njitv. sptl mi.l lioor uy fur hyr ovii hcmMlt, miy iii-nii. erty ! may w-n or niimr n tiimi tlic rtnim or ili-btt ot tor huslmuil.tliu mm :-niini.-l Whito, or nntko i-nntru-tii, mio niut lie mint f a oinid u-nitian or ti-jiito in her own name or ilix.HO ol linr iro.,.uv by will or ilM'il. It ! unleml Hint notlranl iho lllinK of until m-tlllon nml tho .ilijw-U tliumif Iw ni.lllicl in tlio Mouth Kontiu-kiuii, n uow.Mor iuutl.n kI in ltokinvillu. Christian i-nuntr, Ky lor tlm lonutli u( ttmo rwiiiirml Uy law 'in (livonuiiilcrmvlinmla-ciorlt ot unlit Court tlilJ DUlli ilny o( January, ISSn. SAT. U Aft'IlKIt, Clerk V. C C. A cony attest: James o. Kills. Christian Circuit Court. John It Kelly anil ) In E'inltr. Aininn Kolly, liii wi'l). ) Kxnarte. Thin ilny came the pnrtlo hv tliolr nttor uiivr. ami llloil in tho nllli o ot the Clork ol the I'rMlhin circuit Court their petition, pi nvlnv tlio Court to flinimwuv the s.ilil Kiniua Kelly, ell anil vonvcy lor licrown lii-iu'llt, any ini. ei ty .lio may uovr own or liorenrier neriniro, five from tlm claim or drlila ot her 'linHlinnil. Juuteliuuiuy bo euipowiiretl to mnko con trai l.", ue nml bo unit as a lfi(rlo woman, ami trailti in her uiiine. anil lHprxe of imin. eriy by will orilee.l It Is therefore orllriv.1 loot notice of the Uling of suit) petition. Willi the objects thereof bo pulilitheil In V.m "Smith Kflttiii-ki.in,"a liuwupnpcr pttblifheil tn Mop. kiuavuie, curuilnn county, Kentucky, for tho leiijtlll of tlmrlYiiiireit by law. Uiven miller niv liaml as Clerk of aaltt Court ,u Jim iiny ui rcurunry, issu. NAT UAITHKR, Clork. A copy attest: James O, Kills, I). O. ' Christian Circuit Court, A.D.King i In Equity, vs. tt M. King, his nlfo,. Esparto. 1 hlailny eama Iho "partliM. by tliel- attor neys, nml ntwl In the niUi-o of the CterkSot the Christian Circuit Court, tbelr iMitition, nrav. Jnt Iho Court to empower the aM F. M. Ivina-. wife of thn saiit A. I. Klv. in j wan nnn convoy tor nor own ncnant any propurtyshe niny now own or hereafter ao Millro, freo fnim tliu claim or itehts of her htis bnue. That sliemay bo uuipowcrel to make eontraets, sue ami be sueil as a single woman anil to trails in her own name, anil ilisimse of property by willonleee. It la Ihoreforv or- ieru,i mat notice or the illlns; or snlil petition. With the oliiceta tllcn-of Imi niil.tiMh,Ml In tl. South kentiickfan, a newspaper puhlixheil In Uopkinerille. Christian County, Ky tor the .iiiKtii i nine rvifiinni i,y IIIW. (ilven nmtcrinr liaml as Clerk of 1 aalil Court uiis inn nay or rebruary, iwo. SAT uatTitKR. Clerk. A copy attest: James O. Kills, D. U. C, W. BALDWIN, Builder and Contractor, Willj'Contrnct for All. Kinds of, Building, BRICK OR WOOD, An;l hour hv BtHft rtnntinn tn !..,.. . gXH work, to rcciv ft hhcriM.nI.nre of imt ron&K, fiftirennfl rrirlfnrc at thocornor of HueHiUvtlloand Mechanic streets. STJantf. FREE TO ALL. Oar llliutrmted DatorlpUro CMitonuo of Planln, Nifdn, Ttsm, ettx, cnnuinfog tu ful InformftUoD to tho ama teur florin. aOnumi. 3ftcroa Qji4ar irloM. kramlno oar iT10 LWM trtnwMjMi touurujjttxr. rj.t.(fvTrtUi)t.fvwrli . - t- k-.ii!.... H".H iw'rPo itwriila. mm. V mm PLiiii HOPKINSVFLLE. KY. I tnke pleasure moOTering to the trade a largo and select stock of Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Doors, t t Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Newel Rails, Turnings, And everything in tho line of Housebuilding own mako. tho very host Two, Four and Six Horse WAGONS Ever offered in this market and warranted first-clas Tobacco Hogsheads Always on band ut lowest market price. , . .; Ano everything in this line made on prompt notice at " ' " V BOTTOM FIGURES. ' Will tdke pleasure in making bids on , . BUILDING CONTRACTS And contracting for building. Tho latebt IMPROVED ; MACHINERY Employed, and all my workmen' have devoted their entire livos to their ro apective trados and guarantee all work to be tho best. I am botoro the pub lic in a atrictly business light and am prepared to ; CHALLSITCE ALL -o- Prices Shall always And satisfaction is always guaranteed. g And thankingtho people of Clirislinn and adjoining counties for their nas consideration. Iain. Kj,snnrnii v- v 011 P08 " r It Mar. I, 1S80. tf. CANDIDATE DEBARMENT. Feo For Announoing Candidates- For Circuit Judgo $10 For Commonwealth's Attorney., iu All announcements must bo paid tor in ndviuico. ANNOUNCEMENTS. fOK CI1ICUIT JltlKIK. Wo aro authorized to announce Cot. L. A. Syi'eiit, of Chrlsllnn coun ty, a cundidnto for the olllro ot Cir cuit Judgo ot tho 2nd Judicial dis trict, subject to the action ot the Dem ocratic party. We are ntithorizod to announce Uon.Jxo.lt. Ghack, of Trigg, as a candidato for Circuit Judge in this the 2nd Judicial district, subject to tho action of the Detiiouralio pnrtv. Election August 18S0, . Fon commonwealth's attoiinev. We are authorized to nunoiinco, Hon. Jas. B, ti.inictt ol Trigg, acan didtito forCommnnwealth's Atlorncy subject to the notion of the IVnio cratic party. Election August 1830. we aro nut homed to announce Sam h O. Graves, of Chrl linn conn ty, a enndidnto for the olllce of Com monwcnlth'a Attorney of the 2nd Ju dicial district, subject to the notion of tho Democratic parly. Election In August, 1380. o aro ntmtnmotl to nnnnunce Capt. Gkokgk W. Duvam., of Cnld well county, ns a candidate for Com monwealiliR Attorney. Subject to the antion of the Democratic party. election August, 1330. CIRCUIT RI.KIIK. wo are nntliorizotl to announce Fhazkii W. Owxrr ns a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Christian county subject to tho adion of the Demo cratic party. Elecllou next August We are authorized to annoiinco Peteh F. Rogers a a enndidnto for Circuit Clerk of Christ inn county, sullied to the action of the Republi can party. Election August next. we aro authorized to announce Cspt B. T. Underwood as a candidate lor Circuit Clork of Christian county. subject to the action of Iho Itepubll cnu party. Election next August. We nro authorized to announce J. Rilkt Lono as a cnudiiUto lor Cir cuit Court Clerk ol Christian county. Subject to the action of the Republi can party. SHKllllT. wo aro mil inr r.eil to announce WM. II. West as a candidate for bheriff of Christian county. . Election uext August. wo aro niiiiioiiM-rt to announce Col. E. A. STAnunn as a candidate for NienlT, subject to the action ol mo ucpu,oiicnn party. luction In August. W. L. Garth la a Republican can didnle lor Siiorilfof Christian romiiv suhject to the action of a ltcpublicun convention. . VttKDVttnftPTLT -!.) PKKMAK.rLi I i. a btiltlenf my rclvbrattl rriurdy with a ? I tin bio tnntion thU rliM'BM', fro to all -ufff ri wlia ihjuiI me llii-ir P. O and Kx urwH ft ian-nm Jr,iJ,tl KomU havo on hand, of my i in every respect. OOMPETITOHS. be Kept Down. iratFOBage IV.. C, FORBES -llKA.K!:S IN'- Field ami Garden Seeds, v Groceries, Hardware, Pumps, WhosSbarrows Wagon). Post-hols Diggers, Etc. A full lino of Fanning Utensils. Cnl! and cxtuniuo stock. . WINFREE & HART. ItH' m K ci-ps a choice nm! select ,,twk of nil kind of JEWELRY, SILVER fJkRE ETC.; At his Storo on Main Street, llopklnsvillo, Kentucky, EMGRMIIG h SPECIALTY. "I mi 1 1 u Identral Mote 'Corner Virinia and Husscllvillc S(s F.-J8I. GSA7. Fa Tho rooms hnvo Wn fitted up in the very "best stvlc, mid thu'tnblo will lo snppliod with tho best the market affords. ... ' ooMMBnoiAii rnxXjianfc. Will got Cist class accommodations and nltonlii.n. CI1AIIGES MODEUATE 1 Fjjll. CRAY.J ABERHATHY & CO., " folisea teifeii Irluk 0d Farrcer'a Warehouse, Near Ccal Yards, Sales Every WEDNESDAY and THI7!!SDAV. All TiiIimto nilvani'l on trill ho lnniri1itii.i.ii'.AY .u II will l lw, m n.k or llw l.iivi r . n"" " on', r" " '"V"-- J.K. OA NT. J.C. OA Planter's Tobacco Warehouse; . J.K. GANI& HOPKINSVIUE, S. O. BUCKNElt. BUCEIER & I'i'opriGior Alain street Trool MAIN STREETk HOPKINSVILLE, KY. , , Rpeciiil Attention paid to the Infection and S.th, of Tobacco. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON ,,t.m , . it wm iw hcia in risk f"be iI. T: 4 Nashville, Tenn. E. CHAPIN, Manager."" RATES REDUCED FROM Jsn.M,18n-t H. Oiisost. commission AXD AGRICULTURAL Excelsior Harvester TABL6 RAKE REAPERS Illil nK Hint wnlklnu 5ililvtiim, ii?Hh Jn klmlsot 1-co.l Miitr. w W, imi Kln.l L.hnt'o lltloiit wo can jiIcbso you with our nr ecV : M, eREGOBY, . & BflO.. J- R. I EACfi, Traveling Salesman. GREGORY & BRO. 3 m B3 ca X.1T I '! f. XT. .K. OA XT. Ja. SONS, Propr's. 1 :: KENTUCKY JOS. C. WOOLDRIDOE. WOOLDRIDGE, x'ajt.'W iMlOUl TOBACCO IX STORK. S U l;;i l.VKKYWKPXESDAY. Ul" " to '" Alu" $4 TO $3 PER DAY A. I. (in now merchants; DEALERS IN IMPLEMENTS.' and Twirm Wmfov DROPPERS AND MOWERS kn.iV 1 r hl't'll''r"i h""1 ' "lu'rH' wl'-H'rmw, v.' ,, , i' I ","'"- wwl mm nil uaiuiiio inn- Kooils us wo mo m- r