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The Daily South Kentuckian SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. SOCIALITIES. Mr. G. M. Bell, editor of Clarks villo Democrat, is In the city. Miss Nora Gartli, of Trenton, is at tending the Fair. Col. M. II. Crump, of Bowling Green, la attending tlio Fair. Mr. and Mra. J. Y. Cuban Ins, ot Trenton, are In the city. Miss Fanuio (Hardy, of Nowsload, is visiting Mends in the city. Hon. Polk I.afl'oon, of Madisonvillo, came down Friday to attend the Fair. Dr. E. A. Bontlcy and wife, of Dix on, Ky., are visiting Mr. S. II. Har rison. Mr. Honry W. Clarke, of Anchor age, li spending a week with his rel atives hero. Miss Bessie Long, of Russollvllle, Is visiting tlio family of 1'rof. A. F. Williams. Misses Alice and Tahltha Draughan, of Springtlcld, Tcnn., are lu the city. Miss Lllllo Goodloc, of Now Or leans, Is visiting t Mr. S. G. Buck ner's. Judgo Caswell Bounott, of Smith land, is in the city looking alter his interests as au aspirant for Judge of tlio court of Appeals. Among prominent arrivals at the rhcunlxare the following: II. W. Covington, Bowling Green; G. C. Terry, Nashvillo; Jas. D. Russell, Elkton; Edward OFIahorty and J no. Cross, Trenton; C. O. Gold, Clarksvillo; Miss 8110 I'ursloy, Cadiz. Belli Brothers' Ciroui. This long expected circus and men agerie gave two exhibitions In this city Wednosday, notwithstanding the Inclemency of the weal Iter. The street parado took place in the rain and was wltnossed by a large crowd under umbrellas. The people came lu from the country by scores and seemed not to be deterred by tlio weather. The performance was given in tlio after- 110011 to a largo crowd who waded through the mud shoe-mouth deep to got to the tent. At night It was tllll very muddy. but 110 rain foil. The ahow Is an oxcellont one In all lis arts and comes fully up to the rep resentations made. Thore aro a uum- ter of features that dosvrvo especial tnontlon, among which aro the edu catcdelcphanl,the Iron-Jawed woman, the bareback riding and trapeze performance. S. S. Miss-lies ting. Program of S. 8. Mass-mcctlng to bo held in the Christian church, at 3 o'clock 011 Sabbath, Oct. 4. : 300 Opening Song. Prayer. 3:10 Tlio Wholosonio Influouce ofS. S. training upon the church mombcrs in after life Rev. J. N. Prcstrldge. 3 :20 Song. 3 :25 Conservation of forces in S. S. work. Rev. Vf. L.Nourso. 3:35 Song. 3:40 Aim and work of S. S. Union in Ky. S. F. Wlshard. 3 :50 Song. 3 :5a Election of Delegates to Dis trict Convention to be held at Prince ton, Nov. 11 and 12. Th Fair Hop. The Annual Fair Hop given at the rink Friday evening was a pro nounced success. The attendance was verv laree. many young ladles and young gentlemen from a distance bo Ing present. Hopklnsville was well represented by her piettiost young ladies and most gallant beaux. The muslo by the Warren Band was flrst claei and the weather was cool and pleasant. Tlio dancing did not begin until after tho theatre. It couttnued till a very late hour, or rather a very early hour Saturday morning. Dead In the Fortieth of a Second, A learned writer in 0110 of the scientific magazines claims that death by hanging is the most humane method of putting criminals out of the world that has j ot been discover ed. From numerous observations ol executions, and careful computations of lime required for the sensor nerves to carry the feeling to the brain, ho thinks the pang occasioned by the fall is very brief, and places tho time which a man is conscious of thib own fcolings. after bringing up It the end of the rope, at .025 of a second, in other words, a mau who is hanged, has his souses just one- fortlotb of a second after the line is taut. HEBE AND THESE, Smoke 7-20-8. llavo the host 10 cent cigar for 5 cents. 0. 8. Stknknh. "Llttlo Barefoot," at the Opera Jlouse, this evening. The Phoenix Hotel Saloon is well supplied with "inside overcoats." The most rollablo and finest watch repairing in tho city, Is done at M. D. Kolly's A special lino of flno liquors and cigars was ordered for tho Phoenix Hotel Bar. Call and sample thorn. FOR SALE A fine, New Reming ton No. 3 sowing machine, at a great bargain. Call at this olllco. If you once visit tho Phoenix Bar you will certainly return, as their liquors aro tho best. "Thoy say'' there wtlf be eight weddings In Ilopkinsvllle society In the near future and several olhois in country. Now guess. Only 2.00 a year, twice a week, Is all it will cost, have tho South Kentuckian sent to your post-oillco, postage paid, try ill The reason all the boys stop at the Phoenix is that they can got cigars, lemonade and such like at the excel lent bar attached to the hotel. Miss Katie Putnam will appear this evening In her great character "Tho Llttlo Barefoot," supported by the entire strength of her company. M. D. Kelly lias just rccolvcd an elegant line of tho latest styles of diamond rings, gold and silvo watches, silver ware, etc. You will always find a crowd at tho Phoenix Hotel Ba-, which cer tainly indicates that they keep fine liquors and cigara. Cards are out annoiincln g the mar riaire of Miss Leila P. Ware to Mr. M. F. Cronshaw, at the Baptist church In this city, next Thursday, Oct. 8th, at 5 o'clock r. m. Tho Phoenix Hotol is crowdod hut can Blill accommodate many more. The table is the best in tho city. The rooms are large, well ventilated and woll kept. The first hogshead of new tobacco brought to this market this year was received by Messrs. Wheclor, M11U & Co., Friday, Oct. 2nd. It was raised by Mossrs. W. A. & J. J. Reed, of Bcllevlow. The Phoenix Hotel is "prepared to entertain a multitude. Tho fare Is first-class and the accommodations excellent in every respect. A well- appointed liar is connected with the Hotel. Do not miss calling at tho boss jewelry store, M. D. Kelly opposito tho court house sign "big town clock" and see tho largest and finest selection of gold watches and jewelry that was ever soon at Hopklnsville Tho Phoenix Hotel register is run nlng over with names, and the guests aro all well pleased with the way they are entertained by the hospita ble proprietor, Mr. W. T. Cooper. Tho salo of unclaimed packages will positively take place at the Ex press Office next Monday. The packagos and bundles will be sold unopened and some lively bidding "sight unseen" is expected. The Phoenix hotol is straining ov ery nerve to entertain all the visitors to the city. Its popular landlord knows how to look after the wants of his guests. M. Llnstino Chief Councilor, of Moayon Council No. 8, Ky. O. C. F. requests that all members of said Council will please attend its next regular meeting, on Monday night Oct 12th inst, aa aomo vory import ant business must be attended to. You will please not ncgloctto pay up your duos now due. As ever Yours &c. M. LIPSTINE, C. C. The Phoenix Saloon is abundantly supplied with everything in the way of drinks. Its whiskies, brandies, wines and other liquors aro of the very boat brands. Adjoining Plioo nlx Hotel. THE LAST DAT. Miscellaneous Hatters Complied From the Circuit Court Records. The entire civil docket was con tinued till tho called term Nov. 30th.' PAUPER IDIOTS. The following pauper idiot claims, 37.50 each, were allowed : Caroline Carpenter, R. M. Carpcn tor, committee. Mary M. Camion, W. L. Cannon, committee. Alonzo Hord, J. J. Barnes, com mit too. Mary A Long, L. F. Long, com mittee. James White, Dr. E. S. Stuart, com mittee Virgil Cunningham, Elijah Cun ningham, committee. Sallio Moore,Henry Moore.comuiit teo. Sorcna Viuccnt, Harry Morris, com mittee. Henry Tandy, W. P. Winfrec, com- mlttec. Jou iina Young, W. P. Wlnfroe, committee. Goo. Trice, W. P. Wlufrco, comml tee. Sukey Barker, T. M. Barker, corn mi ttco. W. R. Minfbn, Chas. M. Minton, committee. Total number of claims, 15; total amount allowed 5G2 50. THE IIANOINO. The claim of the shorilT for the ex penses of hanging Jordan Taylor, amounting to 82.20, was allowed. INDICTM&NTS. The following aro tho Indictments returned by the Grand Jury on the day of adjournment: For carrying concealed weapons, 21 " House-breaking, 1 " Malicious cutting, 2 " Unlawful shootiug, 2 " Keeping bawdy house, 1 " Breach of the peace, 1 " Disturbing religious worship, 1 " Trespass, 2 " Assault, 1 " Furnishing liquor to minors, 2 " Selling liquor without license,! " Violating Sabbath, 2 " Fornication, 4 " Suffering gaming, " Gaming, " Retailing, " Malicious shooting, " Attempt to poison, "Permitting nuisance, ! Including tho indictments pro viously reported the sum total amounted to 89. For obvious rca sons tho names of parties aro not given. Tlio city of Hopkinsvlllo was in dicted for permitting a nuisance, said nuisanco being an unsafe road near the fair grounds. Two lndiet inenU were returned against tlio I. A. & T. R. It., for tho same offense in crossing a public road with its grade, without providing a suitable crossing. SPECIAL LOCALS. Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks! ((Ml LUS 18 THE w; or and always has the largest and most complete block ot any Brut-clues house. ICST PEICES Are always as low as are consistent with first class goods and Superior Workmanship Agent for JOHN HOLLAND'S GOLD PENS the most reliable and popular of any make in the United States. -AOHNT KOIt- Laniarc's Bock Crystal Spectacles. Main St.,opp. Court House, Hopkinsville, Ky. -MY LINK OF- Do not fail to see M. Frankel & Sons' display of Cloaks at the Fair. They have the handsom est goods ever shown in this city at exceedingly low prices, The goods shoivn at the Fair will only give you a poor idea of their elegant and enormous stock which they are displaying at their Mammoth Store room. Be sure to exam ine their display aZso, and to call on them for your winter wrap. They can please you in style. fit and price. Drugs, Paints, Oils, Perfumes, TOILET ARTICLES, And in fact everything kept in a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE IS COMPLETE. Don't fail to give me a call. Prices to suit tb.e times. 2vain. Street. Warren's Crescent City Silver Sand. This oxcellont Hand, which is mak ing tho music for tlio Fair, treated us this morning to a delightful serenade, for which we desire to express our sincere thanks. The Band is one of tho best in tlio wost and is quite a favorite with our people. The selec tions rendered under our window wore vory fine and we again thank tho geutlonion for tho compliment. 117 The Katie Putnam company played "The Little Detective" last night to the host house of tho season. Almost evory scat in tlio auditorium was taken. Miss Putnam is gaining new popularity by every performance al though she has always been a prime favorite with Hopklnsville theatre goers. To-night will bo presented the beautiful domestic comedy drama, "Little Barefoot," which will closo Miss Putnam's engagement in the city. The hopes entertained yesterday that this would be a pretty day for the Fair were dispelled by the rain this morning. Tlio weather has been so very unfavorable all this week that tho attendance has been very small. Tlioro liavo been many strang ers lu tlio city but tho masses of tho country people who make up the crowds at the fairs failed to put in an appearance on account of tho weath er. Mrs. Jas. A. McKcnzlc, of Oak Grove, is in the city. SPECIAL LOCALS. McCamy, Bonte Co., Carriage Manufactur es, have on nana a va nety of second-hand work, neurly as good as new, which they are of fering at astonishing low prices. Take your old Cloth ing to the STEAM DYE HOUSE and have them renovated equal to new, Court street, in Planters Bank building. A. H. Chiistedt, Prop 1 We invite the public to can ana examine our enormous stock of Fall Clothing, which far sur passes any instyles, qual ity and prices, ever shown in this city. Cur Mr. M. Frankel, who resides in Cincinnati, has given his entire time to the man ufacture of this portion of our stock, and we can safely say we will fur nish you with the best made CLOTHING ever shown in this city, at same prices as uniform goods are sold. Do not buy your Clothing until you have given us a call, Rcaw, "Tee m mm. M. Frankel Si Sons The Auction House Will close Saturday. Ev erything will be sold Regardless Of Cost. Now Is Your Only CHANCE. Don't say "you arc sorry you were not there." -DllOP IN AT- i ON RUSSELL VILLE STREET, AVhero you cau get the best and choicest brands ot WHISKIES, HIES, BRANDIES, CHIME, And the Best Cigars in the City. : WILL 11 KEPT fiPEN BAT AM KIGRT BMG THE FAIR, Drinks of all kinds prepared to suit the most fastidious. CALL AND SEE ME 0.V RUS8ELI.VILLE ST., 2nd DOOR EAST OF EXPRESS OFFICE. Respectfully, Jas. Ea,xlirL, IFrop. Important. Don't fail to see C. B. Webb's display of Fine Saddles & Har ness before leaving the Fair. OPERA HOUSE! TO-NIGHT. Katie Putnam, C.'B. Webb's Patent Breeching is taking the day at the Fair. Be sure to see it. JJon t tail to call on McCamy, Bonte Co If you want anthmg m the Carnage line. They have had along expe Hence in the business and are fully acquaiut ed with the wants of the the 'people, and offer their own first-class work at very low prices Full line of eastern ivork of good quality, always on hand. Prices as low down as the cheapest. -IN- Little Barefoot. Agent E. T. Campbell, ranee fries Bank, Of Hopkinsville 3Siild.ing:. FOR KENT, for the balance of this year the rooms on Nashville St., re cently vacated by the South Ken tuckian olllco. Apply to Meacliam & Wilgus. BAD ON THE EYE. Webb, the saddler, has a very attractive display of Robes, Blankets, etc., at the Fair. They take the eye of everyone. 4rr hnrcPtt TTt'ili fo' Mamma- T.WflUaffrcomemiV -men who wiMttnothiliff-riii tMSbuWf at tlio forks, tbwanis'MiSleijoi' j ''