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The Daily South Kentuckian
Cm am. M. Mkacham,
TIiriiSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1885.
Rome, Sept. 28. Dispatches receiv
ed to-day show that tho cholera is
dcorcasiut; in Sicily. King Humbert
proposes to visit the infected districts
Paws, Sept. 28 Reports received
from various parts of the Alpcs-Mari-times,
the southernmost department
of France, show that cholera is spread
ing throughout tho district.
Maduid, Sept, 28. There wore SCO
new cases of cholera and 2011 deaths
from the disease reported yesterday
Pai.eumo, Scpt.29 The cholera ep
idemic here shows little or no abato
mont. One hundred and fifty-nine
new cases are reported for the past
Geo. Toombs is reported dying at
his home in Atlanta, (ia.
Prairie lircs are raging in Dakota
and a great deal of wheat has been
destroyed in the stacks.
Marlin Dwyer almost decapitated
Miko Kelly in a fight at Ashland,
Sunday. The murderer escaped.
Four negro murderers were lynch
ed by a mob near Tiltsboro, North
Carolina, Monday night.
Mrs. Olive Cleveland Clarke, of
Springfield, Mass., a distant relative
of President Clevoland, reached the
age of 100 years on Sept. 27th.
A six-year-old son of Ceo. Herdol
was killeiTby a fall at Louisville.
There is a f.no crop of "mast" re
ported in the mountain sections.
A dozen tobacco barns have been
burned in the Purchase counties this
Vernon Isbell, aged 20, was thrown
from a horso and killed, in Warren
The first number of tho Win go
Purchase, Henry Gcorgo editor, will
appear this week.
Elijah Fruit, a Warren Co. farmer
fell from his barn loft and received
injuries from which he died.
H. P. Tully, a well-known mer
chant of Wyoming, a town near
Owingsvillc, dropped dead.
Tho Kentucky Baptist, of Owons
boro, has been sold to the Western
Recorder, of Louisville.
Jus. Brown, while driving In a sul
ky in a trotting race at tho colored
fair, at Lexington,' Sat i. relay, dropp
ed dead of heart disease, and fell off
Geo. T. Ball, who killed his father,
Win. Ball, in Lincoln county, was
acquitted on tho ground of justifia
ble homicide. Deceased was worth
Cerro Gordo Williams says he is
not a candidate for anything, which
is wonderful if true, and that lie is
for Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner,
with whom he has been In two wars
and knows to be a strong man and a
good man, for Governor. Interior-Journal.
It is reported that cholera lias ap
pea rod at Iliuisport, Nova Scotia, and
that there are an average of sis deaths
a day in a population ofono thousand.
Tho father of Maxwell alias
Brooks, the St. Louis trunk murder
er, has started from England to
identify the accused and settle defi
nitely whether lie is his sou or not.
(it'll. E. F. Jones, of Bingham pton,
has accepted the Democratic nomi
nation for Lieutenant Governor
which was declined by It. P. Flow
er and II. W. Slocuiu. He is 57
years old and a business man with
but little experience in politics.
Judge Geo. W. Ward, editor of tho
Abington, Va., Examiner, was shot
from ambush by Dr. Win. White,
Independent or Mahone candidate
tor the Stale Senate, last Sunday.
Tho shooting was on account of . an
article in Judgo Ward's paper. The
wounded man will recover.
A Criminal Court.
Tho docket of Circuit Court is now
so far behind that there is no hopo of
ever catching up without an extra
term. In view of tho largo amount
of business in tho Christian Circuit
Court the coming Legislature should
by all means establish a Criminal
Court for this county. It would
solve tho dilllculty in an economical
way. 1 lie only olilco to ue cre
ated would bo that of judge. The
present officials could act as prosecut
ing attorneys for the now court. It
would save many hundreds of dol
lars now paid for keeping prisoners
from court to court and have a good
effect In mora ways than one. Crim
inals could bo promptly tried and
punished beforo tho witnesses died
or moved away, as it is often the case
now. Our Representative is heartily
in favor of tho new court. Let us
have it by all means.
The President appointed tho
lowing postmasters Tuesday :
Walte'- W. McGrew, at Eureka,
Ks., vice J. W. Nicholas, resigned; J.
C. Friend, at Ruwliiigs, X. V. ; Isaiah
Garrett, at Monroe, La. ; Arthur D.
Glover, at Olympia, Washington Ter
ritory ; James Blair, at Grand Rap
Washington, Sept. 28 The Presi.
dent to-day appointed the following
postmasters: B.J. Sheridan, Paolo,
Kan,; Ed Van DeCastelle, at Depere,
Wis. ; Fidelia Kilgore, LongView,
Tex. ; John Shearman, Maroc City,
Mo. ; John A. Collins, Washington,
Mo. ; Ed P. Mathews, Bowliug
Green, Mo.; John Flyun, Duluth,
Minn.,; Thomas A. Gary, Galveston
lire. Mary Belle Tucker, of Mason
e unity, was recently tried and ac
quitted of the charge of murdering
her husband. Last Thursday she
shot herself, and it is believed that
alio will die. She has reversed the
decision of the court and jury, which
acquitted her, by confessing that she
killed her husband by shooting him.
As she can not be a second time tried
for the same ollense, she will escape
punishment upon recovery.
Bureau of Entertainment.
Many persons who may have a do
siroto vlsitSt. Louisduriiigthe week
of tho great Fair and Veiled Proph
et's pageant hesitato because of the
possible lack of hotel accommoda
tions. To provide against tliis con
tingency, the wholcsalo merchants
and manufacturers of St. Louis have
for several years past maintained a
Bureau of Free Information, and all
who apply arc directed to respectable
private families and boarding houses
where pleasant accommodation may
bo had at reasonable rales. The pub
may be assured that amplo provis
ion will bo mado for all, thus effectu
ally preventing extortion and impo
sition. Tho olilco will be located at
the Railroad Ticket Office, south-east
corner of Broadway and Chcsnut
street, and no chargo of any kind is
made for any service rendered.
NINETEENTH DAY SEPT.
C. H. Hewlett, voluntary
slaughter. Bond $500 forfeited, It. S.
Dulin, G. W. Ramsey and Chesley
Williams sureties. Bench warrant
issued against Hewlett and bail fixed
J. C. Bourland, voluntary man
slaughter. Continued till 15th day
of the March term.
Edmund Waller, grand larceny.
Bail bond for $100 forfeited, Con
stant Davie and AVcslcy McKnigl t
sureties. Bench warrant Issued for
Waller and bail fixed at $209.
W. W. Caldwell, assault and bat
tery. Trial by jury and fine of $25
and one month's imprisonment in
the county jail. Fine to bo paid by
confinement in jail at $2 per day.
Chas. Wooldridge, house-breaking.
Trial by jury and verdict of not guil
Charles Smith, horse-stealing.
Trial by jury and verdict of guilty,
and punishment fixed at 2 years in
TWENTIETH DAY SEPT. 29th.
Jo. Ray, willful murder. Contin
tinucd till 17th day of March term.
Clem Owen, murder.' Trial by
jury and verdict of acquital.
Caroline Owen, murder. Dismissed
on motion of Commonwealth s At
Henry Martin, murder. Contin
ued till 19th day cf March term.
Motion in the case of Josso Pyle
for new trial over-ruled.
On Tuesday morning the following
jury was empaneled to try Clem
Owen, charged with infanticide:
O. U. Grifiln, W. II. Boyd, R. B.
Monk, G. W. Clark, Alex Walker,
Win. Faughan, Rufus Rives, Juo. J
Smith, R. W. Fields, E. F. Morris,
Ross Hopper, col., and II. M. Cole.
man, col. No speeches were mado in
tho case. After an hour's delibera
tion the jury decided that the evl
deuce was not sufficient to convict.
This was made a test case aud the
indictment against her mother, Caro.
line Owen, was accordingly dismiss
ed. Tho daughter came into court
arraved in a nurnle silk and when
sho was discharged held a regular
levee, as the court house was
crowded with colored people. She
had been in jail since June 10th, and
was of course, highly elated at the
turn affairs had taken. Her mother
was only arrested subsequent to the
findinir of the Indictment by the
Nearlv the whole equity docket
was continued till the next term ai
the present term expires by limita.
tion this week.
Have used Tongallno in neuralgic
affections, manv of them severe, with
the most gratifying results. T. S.
Bell, M. D., Louisville, Ky.
Tho dead body of Marlon Hunter
was found by a party of boys near
Livermore. A bullet-holo was In
his head showing that he had been
Manninoton, Ky., Sopt.28, 18S5.
To the South Kentuckian :
Thinking probably a few items
from this place might be of some in
terest to your valuable paper, I pen
the most interesting occurrences that
have taken place in the past week and
send them In. There is a great deal
of Blckucss at tho present time
throughout this neighborhood. To
bacco hanging, corn cutting and
wheat sowing are the order of the
day among the farmers. We noticed
last Saturday, while en routt for the
beautiful little town of Croft on large
fields of corn and tobacco which
proved to our eye a big surprise. We
noticed several largo fields of tobacco
as fine as we ever saw grow. On 1st
of Oct. this station will be changed
to Mannington, tho new name of the
Mr. Andrew Mollictt returned last
week from a trip in Tennessee
Mr. W. F. Gabard, of (his place,
made a flying trip to your town last
Saturday. The good people around
Old Petersburg arc treating their
church house to a fresh coat of paint
Rev. T. II. Moore, of Madlsonvillci
has been holding a protracted meet
ing for the past week at Empire
B. D. Williams, R. P. Drake and
Mat Williams went to Croflou last
Miss Annie Garnett, of Norlonville,
commenced school last Wednesday
week at isauey s sciiool nouso. .Mis
Annie lias the reputation of being a
number one teacher, and we predict
she will givo satisfaction to pupils
Mr. Pratt Williams of Madisonville
was shot and almost instantly killed
at this placo last Tuesday night about
10 o'clock by a young boy of about IS
years of age whose name was Booth
Dunning. From what we can learn
it all originated from that dreadful
disastrous stuff "red eye." Mr. Wil
liams wasquitea wealthy young man
and had many warm friends around
tliis place who were shocked to bear
of the sad fate that befell him. His
remains were interred at the old
family graveyard ai Old Petersburg
last Wednesday. Young Dunning
had his trial before Esq's Long,
Brown and Johnson. Hon. R. Wil
liam Henry was the defender and
Hon. John Poland the prosecutor,
both of Hopkinsville. As this is my
first I'll close for this time, hoping to
see these few items miss the waste
basket. If tlicy lo, I will come again.
sum mm ibis m at
The Old Reliable
Mi HUKEL k SONS,
We have received our
entire stock of Fall and
Winter Goods, consisting
of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Cloaks, Boots, Shoes
Hats, Caps, Furnishing
Goods, Trunks and' Va
Uses, and offer extra in
ducements this week.
Our Clothing cannot
be surpassed in style,
quality and price.
Our Dry Goods are
cheaper than any in the
city and the largest stock
to select from.
Our Cloaks were made
to our order and we show
the greatest variety in
the city at the lowest
Our Bats and Caps are
the latest styles,
Our Boots and Shoes
Our Furnishing Goods
cannot help hut please
the most fastidious.
Our Trunks and 1 ali
ses are better made than
any to be shown in this
city and same prices as
inferior goods. Call on
us for bargains and you
shall go away well pleas
M. FRANKEL & SONS.
WE AHE STILL HOLDING FORTH AT THE
Great Inducements in
SUITS to ORDER-
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
HATS AND CAPS.
All the Latest Styles now
on hand, and ready foryour
inspection. We shall be
pleased to see you inour
store during Fair week.
l bcre slionld be some uniformity
about tho name of Aspinwall. The
native name is Colon (after Columbus),
but when it was made the eastern ter
minus of the Panama Railway it was
christened Aspinwall, in honor of the
eminent New York merchant of that
name. In Secretary Whitney's dispatch
to Admiral Jouctt it is referred to by
ihhu names. vieveiana L.e.aaer.
Thomas Johnson, of Adairavilln.
has in his possession an old-fashioned
"skillet" which hoi been in use in his
lannly over one hundred years. His
grandmother, who lived near the battle
Held of Guilford Court-house, in North
Carolina, had the skillet in her house
when it was burned by the British in
1781. It has the marks of the burning
oa it to this day St. Louis Qlobe.
Genuine Perique tobacco only
grows on a nuge situated about one
mile from the MississiDDi River, in St.
James Parish, La., and that said ridge
is oniy auoui two miles wiue ana (even
miles in length. Tobacco will grow in
any part of the State, but it is on this
patch only that the famous Perique Is
cultivated. Tho avcrago crop is about
seventy-live thousand pounds. Chicago
Postmaster J. N. Sheldon, of Soio,
was taken deaf in April, 1874. On
April if, 1884, as he was sitting in his
oiuoe, suuaeniy we song 01 a canary
bird and the conversation of people in
the room broko on his ear. His hear
ing had returned. A few days ago,
while Mr. Sheldon was talking to a
friend, his hearing suddenly left him
again, and ho is now as deaf as ever
Utica (S.Y.I JEeraM.
For a nice
Fall or Winter Suit
call on. IT. TOBIXT t
CO., Merchant Tailors,
Main Street, Hopkins
A New Grocery i Saloon
Let Everybody Come.
I have just opened
my new store, and ex
tend my old friends
and the public gener
ally a cordial invita
tion to come and see
me. promising to sell
you nothing but the
very best goods at the
lowest living prices.
In connection with a
new and complete
stock of Staple and
Fancy Groceries. Pro
visions, etc. I have
fitted up in the best
style, a Saloon, where
I propose to keep a
full line of Whiskies,
Wines, Brandies, and
kept in a first-class
saloon. I am located
on Nashville St., op
posite Lewis House,
in the new buildings.
I have a full line of the
best cigars ever
brought to this city.
My stock is fresh and
new, and if you want
the best goods at low
prices don't fail to call
0. S. Stevens.
Ml kinds ofRepaiiing
done in the very best
manner at McCamy,
Bonte Sf Co's. Carriage
Factory. Prices low
Jas. Pye & Co.
. Excelsior Mile !
FORBES & BR0.
At Their Planing Mills,
-1IAVK TUK I.AItliEVT STOCK OK-
EVKIf OFFEUKl) TO THE ITHMC.
We are fully prepared to fill all orders for Building Material.
We have everything with which to build a house, from the flnet to tho
cheapest. We are prepared to compete with anybody In quality of
work, prices, etc.
Laths, Shingles, Flooring, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Spooling, Buggies and Wheat Drills.
The Celebrated Excelsior Wagons,
AND FARMING MACHINERY OF EVERY KIND.
That's What's the Matter
And Don't you Forget it.
11 & Man die
are doing more tin work, better tin work,
and cheaper tin work, than any other
house in Hopkinsville. If you don't
believe it come and see for your
self. They are better pre
pared, have the largest
force of experienced work
men, and do more work, and
better work than any other house
in the city. Don't forget to call on us
when you want Tin, Slate or Galvanized
Iron work. You will save money by doing so.
Sbp os Sprig Si next door to H:Ciay, Be I Co'i Cirmge Factory,
Staple and Fancy G-rocerieo,
COItSKIt CLAY AND NASIIVII.l.E ST. IIOl'KINsVII.LK, KY.
Mystock lamieofthe Snrtrcnt in tlio city, nml llrel-clang tn every renHrt, HypriiwmreAJi
low hh the Iowi'hl, ami I r.nn mnko it u your Intermit to mil on mo. Thanking the public forutiHt
pltruiuiKG, Anil Hkiug h cohtlmiiinco of hhiiic. I am
J. W. BREATHITT, JR.
IF YOU WANT
FIRST-CLASS JOB WORE,
BRING IT TO THE
South Kentuckian Office.
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