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CHAS. M. MBACHAM, Editor HOPKINSVILLE, OCT. 30, 18S3. , Business Announcement. Believing that the peoplo of Chris tain and surrounding counties desire tlio hows oflcncr than once a week, we have determined to satisfy the demands of the public and issue two papers a week. Therefore wo take pleasure in announcing that tlia .Ural number of tlio Skmi-AVkekly South Kkntlxkian will appear next Tues day and be issued thereafter every Tuesday and Friday morning. The new paper will bo a seven column - sheet and will be published at the ex ceedingly low price of $2.00 per an num. bciii'' an increase of only 50 cents for the additional paper. . There will bo no weekly as hereto fore, but the two papers a week will be published at the same price charged by many weeklies. Our advertising rates will be increased 50 per cent . and wo will give two insertions for the same price charged by some weeklies, (of far less value as adver tising mediums,) for a piuglc in sertion. These advantages which we oiler to both subscriber and ndvar tiscrs cannot bo overlooked, but must be palpable to all. Subscrip tions beginning prior to Sept. 1, 1883, will be tilled out with the semi-week ly for. tlio price paid for the weekly, which our readers cau readily see is an exceedingly liberal offer. Those persons wljo subscribed within the last GO days, or since September 1, will recoive the paper iu its new form ten months instead of ono year from the time their subscription be gan. By this arrangement all sub scriptions beginning in October will expire iu August and those beginning iu September will run out in July. It will be seen that wo shorten the time of no subscriptions which began more than two mouths ago, but as the September and October subscribers have nearly a year to run it is but fair that they should "split the difference" between the weekly and semi-weekly rates witli us. If any subscriber thinks this is not a Iterfectly fair arrangement, and will apply to us, we will adjust tlio matter with him upon his own terms. llo luembcr wo submit this to our pat rons, as a business proposition, ask ing all, but compelling none, to accept it Those who are unwilling to do so have but to mention it and we guar antee to satisfy tlio most exacting. In Addition to publishing two papers for the price of one, we will ofl'er a list of premiums aggregating in value $500. The capital prize will be J an elegant upright orgau worth $200 and none of the prizes will bo worth less than $1.00. There will be fifty or niure prizes, an announcement of , which will bo ready bv next week. Every subscriber beginning on and after Xov. 1, 183, will bo given a ticket The fuUottieial return of the Ohio 1 election are as follows: For Gover nor, Iloadly, 359,503. Foraker, 317, 004; Shuniaker, 8, 3C1; Jcukins,3,785 ; total vote 721,404, or within lot than 3,000 votes of the largest vote ever polled in tl.o State, lloadly's plurality 12,52!) i majority over all 1, 303. The Judicial amendment was carried by a majority of 33,413, The liquor prohibition amendment fel) short of a majority by 38,315. Lord Coleridge, Chief Justice of England, was invited to a ieattu) the U. S. Supremo Bench last week, the first instance where any ono besides A Supreme Justice lias over occupied a seat on the Supremo Bench. lie was given a banquet by Chief Jus tice H'aite during his stay in tlio Cap. ital, where ho met a number of the distinguished Btutcuneu . and jurists of the United States. "Bovs stick to tho farm" is the leading editorial in the last number of thoDuuvillo Tribune No. doubt he would have had (he Ohio bovs .stick to a four-acre farm, but his ad vice comes too lute, alas itoo late. The Tribune mail is an ex-Ohio Itcpubli can and sorrowfully admits that his native shite has boon carried by tho "Democrat! and Demijohns", .The Kentucky licgistcr calls AVaV lace Gruelle "a one gallowsed fellow who runs a vermifuge, wrapper in JJreckenridgo county" and says he is a "base villiller" when ho says Jno. II. Morgan was killed "while acting (he part of a libertine." AVoti't Grucllo skin Tlpum though, if he finds out what bo bus written about him? A petition bearing more than 000.000 mines has been presented to the President asking tho pardon of Scr jjcunt Mason, who Is serviug out an 8 ears term for attempting to shoot Giiiteuu. v . - Jait. Mayiio Held, the London .(vrelist. died ou tho 21st lust, in his , 5th year." ' " . -Mr . Arnold, one of En-jf. t inr (hanks are duo Sir. Frank M. il. I . Of . I ' Ruiivelev. the Sw-.mtJirv., for. com Our Next President. It is now but a few months till the Presidential nominations must be made and both parties aro beginning to gt their forces iu battle array and the newspapers aro busv making tickets on paper. Tho Democrats have plenty of good material all around, but it is pretty generally un derstood that their caudidate must come from Indiana or Ohio. The Courier-Journal favors McDonald and the New York Sun is working for Congressman Ilolman.of Indiana. Tho recent victory iu Ohio lias direc- cd attention to that State and caused lloadley, Thurmauand Pendleton, to bo put into tho list of available can didates. At this time, however, it seems evident that an Indiana man cither McDonald orllolmau has by far tho best chance. If we were to venture a prediction, we would 6ay the ticket will bo headed by one of these two Iudiaua Statesmen with Cleveland, Dorshciincr, Hewitt, or Cox, of New York, as a second aud any one of these combinations would be a winning hand . But should New York go Itcpublican next mouth, these calculations will be iu a measure upset and Ohio will be looked to for one of the candidates aud a good one o in be easily found for either end of the ticket. The Republicans ure in a very disheartened aud discouraged situation, to say the least of it With Democratic Governors in 26 out of 38 states, as the result of last year's tidal wave, they have very few directions in which to look with any hope of finding available candidates. Added to their overwhelming defeats all along the line they are torn and rent asunder iu their own ranks. It is said that there will bo an effort made by tho Stalwarts to nominate Grant as their only hope, but the Half-breeds would vote for a Democrat before they would Grant and thus the mat ter stands. Arthur aud Foster was a favorite ticket before the Ohio elec tion, but they don't count much on Foster now aud the probabilities are that they will have to count still less on Arthur after tho New York elec. tion Nov. 6th. Things may change but it now looks like W. T. Sherman would be their best candidate, but we lon't suppose they would take Democrats advice in making their nomination. Tho new paper which will make its appearance in Henderson, Dec. 15, will bo called the Wecklv Journal. MalcolmYeaman will be editor, K. L. Starling, local editor und C. II. John- sou, business manager. Tho Princeton Banner says the engineering cowe" of the Clarks- villo and Princeton road reached Princeton last week. "Corpse" is suggestive, very suggestive. During Gov. Knott's absence in Washington last week, Capt. Hiud- ninu, the handsome Lieutenant Gov ernor, held the helm ot state. Tho election iu New York and other states will occur next Tuesday. The first issue of our semi-weekly will appear the same day. Tho Nashville Daily World, the leading paper of Tennessee, has re. sumed tho quarto form and donned a new dress. McLean s patent medicine Laura wiry, aim oiner nouses, were our in St. Louis last week and $250, worth of property destroyed. The Louisville Commercial do. nounces as false the statement that it would shortly bocoino a Democratic organ with a Lexiugtou lawyer as managing editor, John Sherman and other promi nent Republicans have given u all hope of victory in New York, next Tuesday. . Tho president lias issued a procla mation dcsiguatiiig Thursday Nov. 29, as a day of Thanksgiving, Several Louisville gentlemen have presented the President with a fishing-rod to match the reel given him when ho was in that citv. Hon. Jos. E. McDonald was in Liisvillc last week and the Courier Journal referred to him as "the next President of the United States.", 20,000 school children visited the Louisville Exposition in one day last week. " I A tramp at Rout. Ohio, jumped headforemost into a retort filled with melted glass, in order to commit sul- idc. He succeeded. ; Chief Reclining Taurus it is said lias been seized with a desire to get rich. Shake, Big Iujin, shakc.j Tho father of Charlie Boss is still hunting for his lost boy. He was lu St. Louis last week prosecuting his fruitless search. Tho Hickman Courier lias recently becu improved a hundred per cent lu appearance by a new dress. The Owonsboro Post has suspcib ded publication and tlio Messenger now has no competition. An incendiary fire at Franklin was discovered in time to be put out. before it got under headway. I.t was extinguished by G. J. Huston and the owners of tho surrounding buildings presented him with a fiuo gold watch. ' The Yoomaii sayi dops havo dis- ., . ... i , . ; ' Splendid. 0Hrntle Mti'le :fnih rventni the Eastern KOHtuekv Lunatic r uWu Mubratnl Undiitatm. LEITEE FEOM FRANKFOET. Fkankkoiit, Oct. 26. Editor South Kentuckian : I am sure you havo never seen Mr. Frederick Warde on (he stage, and 1 therefore take the liberty of correct ing an erroneous imprcssiou created by a reference to him in your last is sue. You refer to Mm as being in ferior to Kecue. I cannot recall your language, but that is the purport of it. Keenc, who makes a disgusting clown of subtle, many-sided Kichard III, is not worthy to bo mentioned in connection with the name of Freder ick Warde. Tlio latter, my friend, is one of the foremost actors on the American stage. Ho is an artist, and, as such, ranks second only to Booth and Barrett. This is the pub- lie estimate of him. My individual opinion of him is, that ho has as much genius as Booth, and is second to him only, and that 'because of his comparative youth. This, you will no doubt think is a pretty loud com pliment, but any writer who speaks adequately of Fred. AVarde'a powers as an actor subjects himself, among those vho have never sccu Warde, to tho charge of Indulgence in panegyric. 1 can only say to the good peoplo ol Hopkinsvillo, wait and see but do uot fail to see the great Warde. Now that I have lectured you on your treatment of AVardo , you will probably expect me to "branch out" and send you a letter from the Capi tal, but there is really very little to write about, and even if items were as numerous and self assertive as aro Democrats iu Ohio, I would scarcely have time to-night to write head lines to the chapter of events. Mr. Justice Harlau's recent mas querade on the Supreme Court Bench, iu tho horrid Republican habiliments of 65-66, has elicited much comment, of a very unfavorable character, here at his old homo. There was formerly nothing but kind feeling for him, but a great, change in public sentiment has taken place since his dissent to the opinion of the Court iu the Civil Rights cases. His old neighbor.: seem to think that if elevation to such a judicial station has not caused the blinding scales of tolitical prej udice to fall from his eyes, he is un worthy to wear tho ermine. A judge of a court of last resort, who is called cu to interpret the Constitu tion of his country aud to deli ne its limitations, and who indulges in namby-pamby slush about what he thought "the people of this country wished to accomplish, what they had tried to accomplish, and what they believed they had accomplished by means of legislation," is either given over to partisan blindness or to the petulance of discomfited imbecility. Of all tho attempted inroads upon the Constitution, made by a party alike reckless and resentful, (he Civil RightsBill stands flagrantly supremo, yet Mr. Justine Harlan, in effect, says it should be enforced, not because it is constitutional, but because a Re publican Congress passed it and de sired to have it enforced. Shades of Marsh '11 and Tanev and Chase 1 I would like to give you some im pressions of Gov. Knott's adminis tration, but the subject is altogether too iuipor a ut ami pleasant to be treated currtnteoalnmo, and I must forbear until a more fuvoruble oppor tunity is presented. S. M. G. Near Church gill' Jack Frost is no longer dreaded Our farmers with characteristic cner. gy and industry have made ready for his coming and ho will find but little to injure, most of the tobacco has been housed, and many aro busy sowing wheat. Ml'. Garland Jones, a prosperous ...., ..... a. Tl ! .. J popular piauier iiuiii near jiuuriug Springs, was iu the neighborhood last Saturday in search of a desirable farm. If suited ho will locate per manently. No doubt he has heard in tho distance the pleasant sound of the rapidly approaching locomotive and desires to bo iu time to secure homo near tho new railroad. - , Mr. Geo. Knight and wifti froiri the South of England, who have recent ly been visiting Mr. Joint Knight's of this neighborhood, left last" Monday for Chattanooga. Mr. Knight has come to America with the intention of making it his home. IIo will buy property iu this country. Mr. John Ford,of this vicinity, left oh the 15th for an extended tour through the Eastern and Northern cities. Miss Mollio Howell, a pleasant aud intelligent young lady froniLafayetto, is visiting friends in tho neighbor hood and attending tlio protracted meeting at Liberty, On Oet,22rd a protracted mooting will begin at Locust Grpvc,couductcd by Dr. ' Hearn. an eminent Baptist minister said to be eloquent, earnest and exceedingly Interesting. Mr. John Jolmson with character istle energy and enterprise lias comi menced the erection of a noy rcsi deuce on his farm which will be ready for occupancy lu a month or six weeks. The man'y friends of Mrs. Geo. Fox will he pained to hear of her death, which occurred at hot' lato residence iu this county on Monday morning Oct, 13tl), twenty minutes past one o'clock, Slio was a good and noblo hearted woman, and ono that will be groatly inissod. She loaves a largo circle of relatives and friends who havo tho warmest sympathy of alj who knew and loved Mrs. Fox. The "melancholy days" so called if we Judgo from the continued warm weather Imyo nof yet reached us but lu my pleasant walks tliro' the woods, the glimmer of riiRset aud gold, and tho soft fckhliii of the wind? suggests enlng, by I ' freshness with tho advent of that pro lific season, and never fails to bring down tho united voico of tho Tress upon the devoted heads of ihose who havo literary aspirations and whose little lyrics, idyls and pastorals des pilo it all find their way into the papers. I know this is not Spring, and your correspondent nover took kindly to that season, tho eastern breezes were always fraught with a thousand little neuralgic pains, that mado its sunshine often gloomy aud tho song of its birds a nuisance, but the Autumn is full of unwritten mus ic aud voices, that stir up the latent, poetry in one's composition and some how iu niv imagination takes this form (If an Autumn "rhyme" is allowable aud not censurable.) There's a dreamy liuiu in tlio woodland That filloth tlio aoft auluinn air A (hitter of leaves falling downward, With voices that seem to declare Tno' the glory of summer has faded The aiituiiui to me is more fair, The sweet solemn hush of its uiusie In rytuius 1 hear everywhere. The wild woods the w inds and the hranehee Seem sadly to whisper and sign Like the rush of a low wailing autumn Borne out on a hreeze passing by. The elms and the maple trees mingle In a song that Is soft, low and lone. And the thrush in lis eall from the woodland Urealha sadly of happiness flown. Down in the meadow the brooklet Leaps on its rocky bade. And ttie sun in his golden glory Peers down In its laughing face, And tile insect hides neath the brown leaves Chirps out in its shrillest glee. As If iu this eoncert nalure It would fmn add its minstrelsy The flower leans dowu to flower The ferns quiver on tho stream. And the earth lu its autumn lieauty Wears a'glooin despite its gle; m Kor the falling leaf is fading. . And its shimmer of russet and gold Wrc shall see no more in the woodland In upland or lowland, or wold. But hero in tho dreamy autumn Beneath the deep blue sky. I have listeued to nature's musie Whose payees unwritten lie And the grandest strain in the melody Rings out in a glad refrain Though we,)ike the leaves must perish We'll live in a spring time again. Olivk Biiancii. E. It. AVeir, Jr. according to the Mulileubcrg Echo, attempted to as sassinate the private character of Itcv. J. T. McCormiek, aMcth idist preach er, am.' that paper dciiounceshiin as a liar and slanderer and calls upon the citizens to tar and feather him and ride him out of town on a rail. Matthew MeGrath, a Louisville boy iu the I'.S. Army at Cheyenne city, AVy. T., was accidentally shot and killed by a comrade last week. OPERA HOUSE! TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE! NOV. 2 and 3. Tliinl Annual Tour. Mr. Kirilerifk THAU EDI AS And a Strong Company of Actors, nnder the management ol Mr. Jous J. lollins. PHKSRNTINti TIII'HSDAY KVKXINIi KnowW irmiit Tr. edy in live acts, "VJKUIN'IUS," or The Human mi hit. MATUItDAY KVKNISC. Shakespeare's Tragedy in live arts, lilt ilAltl) III. tirand Faintly Matinee Saturday at 3 P. M., preseutiug the beautiful live-act play, "INOOMAU,"Thc Barbarian. Elegant CiMtunics. Komnn Annor, Etc cvcrvumig msioriraliy correct. H. A, Witherspoon, Oak Hall, - LOTflSVILLE. A stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing unsurpassed iu variety. Styles the very latest and prices the lowest. Business Suits, Isusints suits, Business Suits, Dress Suits, Dress Suits, Dres Suits, Overcoats. . Overcoats. Overcoats. Men's Furnish. nqs. H. A. "Witherspoon, hall, c::::-::;: h::: Corner Fourth and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE, pet Mm) TUTT5S PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, Front tlHWiuroaVla thi-?oarthfl of the d.aotte ol tli hnman rao. These BympLoraa Indicate their exutonoe : Zoa of Apptlt Bowel eoattvf 01ck IXeadi ache, fullne alter eating, aversion to serilon of body or mind, Braetalton of food. Irritability of temper, Iow plrlta, A feel Ins; of haTlna; neglected lome dntfi 11ze1 aeu.rintterlnff at the Heart, Iota before the ere, highly eol ored tirli.e, CONSTIPATION? and do mond the use of a remedy that acts directly on the Liver. AflaLivermediolnoTCTT'S 1'IMjS have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt; removing all impurltlot througtt these three "eaT engcra of the ay item," produolnff appe tlte sound dlfrestion, rcgulnr stool clear aklnandavlgorouabody. TCTT'S PtLLS onuse no nausea or griping nor interere with dally voTk and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. BoldcTfrywhCTT.aito. Offl,4lMiirrygt.,N.r. TUTTS HAIR DYE. 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Onluin Eat ins, " IlhcitmiiiiBHit SpermiiMrrbm, or HtminnJ W cmkaftw, nod fifty other complulnuf W't claim lu ijirviceimtdy. lHHjiuiH;tl.evini bf ulltliitoani arises from thcblotni. Its Nervine, lu'olvotit, Alterative smi Laxative pmpcrtii meet all thu condition here in referral to, lt'a known world It qiiieU anil comiHUK'sthe patient not by tits Introduction of opUtv aud drat tic cathartic, but by the restoration of activity to the stomach and nervous nyxtera, whereby the brain la re lieved of morbid fancies, which an created by the causes above referred to. To Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary men. Mer chants, Bankers, Isadlet and all those whose sed entary employment causes nervous prostration, IrreguUritles of the blood, stomach, bowels or kidneys orwho require a nerve tunic, appt'tixsr ortttimuant,AMAHiTAN Nkhvink Is invaluable. Thousands proclaim tt the moat wonderful in Vigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. JWl-& Sold by all Druggist, The DR. & A. RICHMOND MED. CO., Propr a, BU Joseph, Mo. (44) Tor testimonials and circular tend stamp. FORTHE PERMANENT CUKE Ur j CONSTIPATION. , country u Constipation, and no remedy na Athaw diaaaaais ao urevaient in uiu hM ever equauea tne oeieramioa muh m- WOKT as a our, wwnw am tiw, hovmr obatinata the oasa, thl nmadj will overcome IU aa b-a TTTTT1 illslnwln onm rllih.9i nlalnt fa twit motto bt I rvrni nitrated with oonaUnatkm. Kidney- WortBtranaTthanathawaaketMdpaila and n tiiak 1 mum ail ktnda nf PUaa area when ed. tn you haa aither of th tronpiw PRICK i.l USE iDrugKletaSelll CO CO Z3 o m -Q SZ CO O c: Co cr o CO o' Works easy ami ihro-.vs wator with more power than any Hand Pump in use. Adapted for CUoi iis, Wells, Drivo Wells aud AViml Mills, And has Superseded all Others Where Introduced FOIt SALE BY E. L. FOULKS & SON. THE WWi FENCE! jl . ". . . . t ' mm IT IS PORTABLE. It ig woven like carpet and can removed by tlio staples being drawn the fence rolled up. This cut 8 lows fence ready for shipment. Address B. L, FOTJLKS Ss SON, DEAI.liUS N- PUMPS, WIRE FEMCES AND CLIFTON COAL, tiUJajNTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. S. G. BCCKNER. Buckner & -PltOI'HIETOItS- II ART ttUFKINSVILLE, Spoclai attention paid to Inspection and Salo of Tobacco. Liberal Advances made on Tobacco in Store. Sales Every Wednesday. All tobacco advanced will bo insured at owners expense. All tobacco mo . advanced on will bo insured also at owners expense, unless we have written orders not to insure. After sold it will be lie d at risk of the BATTLE of the BOOKS. 800,000 VOMTME8 Hie pholrent literature nf the wnrlil. loo-jmite Calulnttue free. Lowi'at prliie; ever known. Not tnlil by clnalc. Sent for examination Wfore payment on evl. deuce otgooil faith. JOHN K. Al.liEN, Pub. lllier. Is Vooy Bt N. y. 1. g. uux ml. octS-w . . TWUM BIiEFE' ttvvM CD Destined to auuplaiit all other Fencing. For it com bines the advantages of cv cry Fence and frees itself from the objections of all. 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Our Mottos "Wright tongs No One," THE FINEST STOCK Krer brought to llopkiiisvillu ran lx found at JOHN T. WRIGHT & CO.'S, THE MOST IMMKXSK UXK OK Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats Of all sizes and styles. The I urgent sto.k of custom madu HOOTS and .SIIOKS lu the oily. SPECIALTIES II DRESS GOODS. We carry the most cleant linn of (iniN' Furiitliiit (ioods ever shown hi the city. Our Whsto and Colored Hilrla rniiniH Im exoclleil. Latiot 8t h'8 Neoktfear. Hats ami Cups lu ((real variety, all styles and mlros. It will payroll to cell aim examine our slw-K. vj g are afienl lor tno flucst Mun'haiit Tailoring establishment In Anierlra, and ((t'arunlfe ev cry frariuenl. jtf U'tmne: the pluoc, (jlaa' corner; and our motto, " Wright Wrong Xo One." Salesincn. C. E. Kennedy. N. T. Wrlfc'ht, Walter CUlilaud, llob Wool d ridge, Thco. HUrr. M. LIPSTIXE. We are Receiving a m j Lipstine & 11 I All We have the largest, flnost, most complete and attractive stock In tho citv. wuicn we win son encapor than or Shoe establishment lu la now and . OL Boots, Shoes, Notions Dry For Men, Youths and Boys, in the latest and most Fashionable Styles and Astonishingly Cheap! Our Clothing is of tho most approved Fashionable Cut and Make, Handsomo, Substantial and Durable. Our llonta ,l ai,. . t..i...J direct from the manufacturers and Ml 'if irriA a mA nfll.A 1.-. 1 1 1 , . V 1 quuu'y ana wo W1U K've yu uch figures that you can't help from buying. Give us a call. LIPRTINP Si spunckicri n fm i.j,niivis(i;ii(fIIH'lWin.:.t.!-Mw.ii WyA-. Maal V wui D. F. SCUOEXFKM). Magnificent Display urn nnnnu i in i ill uihmju : Schoenfeld. any clothing, Dry Goods, Boot lloplliisvillc. Our stock consists of and aro guaranteed equal to tho best. Our i .... w iim wv VVIIUblll kbUl I AH MANUrACTTOINa r Goods, OTEIHG. . 7 Furnishing Goods of all kind anil denorlptlons, ennilatlng ot Parlor, Carpet, Warehouse, Slablo, Hearth, Coiling, Dusting and Scrub Urooms, Clothes Brushes, Foot Mats, Shuck and Cotton Mops. All of which I am Belling at ' ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. t tmy my mnlcrlnl from the manufacturer and fib my own work, tliurefun I can afford to will goods In my Uuu cluuiiiur lliuu unyboUy, f , Call d h u a:l i Srooms Chcip! . Mv nrtcea rainn, from on nanta ' tn mu n ladwwmsaM offeroit toiuorohoim, All orders reoelve prompt attention, - '" , ", ,. ' A'i' HOBKRT8, V "'if0. KiKlcrMocn '