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VOLUME V HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY. KENTUCKY NOvrMRtrp ji'iom , .---
CMAS. M. MEACHAM. . W. A. WILQU.
H8UKU EVKIIY TUESDAY AND FKIUAY
MEACHAM & WILGUS.
PVnLISUERU AND PROPRIETOR
Ouo ci)f, one jrour, strictly cash In ad-
ono copy, elx mouth... (1,00
No aubacrlptlona token on timet anil all paHira
etitpiieil when out.
tine eopjr free to anr ono aomllng native
9x,aw uiMii uiMcnuera.
J. T. DONALDSON,
ART PAPER HANGER
And Interior Decorator,
HOPKINSVILLE, - - - - KY.,
Wfuliee to realm ifult- offer hla aervlcoa (nil
,,. kt -irTICB Itl UtO
well l'ir lin.luti... tttllio cllil.'in Ottilia
Hnm (ml l,ltiir. Uiaigea reatwiialil. ami
uh.fa.ll.ta iu regaUl to wotknianihlp fully
f, . 1 ."ra "' on,r In Southern
icoluckr that foltnwellio bii.lnt-tt. e.cln.lfe.
y and kceita up with all tliv law.l atvlceand
Ututiirna to atlvauoo of each aeaauu.
R. W. HENRY,
ATHENE? and NWM A? LAW,
W. P. WINFREE
Will Practice In Circuit Court ot Chrlatlnn
an. I a.iiululng countlix. OOlca In Courtlmuao.
Office in Posell Building,
Andrew Seargent, M.D
Opposlta Hopper'0 Drug Store,
Al OSes 5:j or Kijil,
Inaerted in Fifteen minutes alter nat
oral ones are extracted, by
n. n. BOTJHIT2S,
Campbell & Medley
NEW BEARD BUILDING.
. Main 8t. Hopkinsville Kt.
, COOS tftRXCZ.,
PREMIUM LAGER BEER
No. Hi, uppar aereatk Si.
, So. SB PI ni.IC SQUARE,
C. H. BUSH.
ArroKiTinr jk.x iul-w.
OfOee with O. A. Cliamplln, Welter Bloelt, Will
I'rartlee In t'hrlatlan and Atljolnina: t'iuntloa.
CDI.I.KCTION A ttl'KCIALTY,
HORSES 1KD MULES
.BOUGHT ana SOLD
Lively Feed & Sale Stable.
Auction snlo ot Livo Stock. Satur
day after second Monday in each
month. Speciiil livory rates given to
JlHuellrilfo HlreM, near Main,
C01110 and soo inc.
DEALRB IW '
Granite and Marble
VIUGINIA AND SmiNO
. . STBKETS, -
In 1010 30
TnUUBMNUS m rcrttrettie .ruin vtnc
PRINli and (H)MUKR. AAArtm
MK0CS.T1C COl'XTT COXH1TTM.
O. A.Champlln, Ch'ni.. ItopklosTlllo,
Chn.. II.Mraehain, Ses'ty.,
8. it. Hurknor,
U M. llrnwn, m
K. W. Walker,
W. 8. Hronnugh, Pembroke.
J. M. H'PtMil, Malubrldge. ;
J no. H. Pulln, Crtilton. t
lieu Carter, 1'otiee.
Jno. I", Whltlock. Ncwutonil.
John R. Ilranit .lii.tvn I'a.t.a U .. 11 m it-
tlnrwnod Ulork, Hnikln.rMle, Ky. Court
meila drat Monday in March ami September.
HUAItlJ or CITY COUNCIl KM.
Joint C l.TiTii,Cbalrman.
K. J. IlHOWNKLL.
1). It. llr.Hn,
II. K. Mcl'ayr,
M LlfSTINB .
UAnt. I., 1. . a . .
..... ... , ,-.., . , ar.n uionin inn auiijcci
to the call of ilia Chairman. Meetlnta hold In
city oourt room
ID March, Juno. Depieinbor, Docembcr.
W. P. Wlnfrca .Iittltro. V..n RkIihui
oey. alecuilnt llon.lay In oVorr uionth.
.Tit K H i-m .tl t ,.. T tir H I .
tornoy; K. W. lilftKeratair.'chiif of I'olllco.
John W. nrflBltiltt I'lnrb. ft U T)
thcrln"; A. U Lon. Jailer. '
ItiPTIRT Halilth lalHfn irauf t.,- m it
Inr unit nvrmttar. Kiinl.v at-hni.i nnau uu.
linUi moriilnir. Tiayiir meiiiinir Wf.lnemlBy
nljflit. liimiucit mectluu H"t WwlncBday
lliirtll In a.al.'li Mtm lh J
litf nml v'lnif. hiimlny t4hiKl en'ry huii
tin V mtiritlriir. I'titur iit..iiita ...lfu u. .i
M K. WilTlt -Vflatlawlllai II n llf
niorniiig and eveninfr. humUy v liool tvery
HunUy iiiumlnic. rrcr uiuutluc nvurv
H I no lily wniuy.
If IttHT PltlltlllVTI! Bl A W ttioainlla.il Hi. A
Kfv. It. H. i uuIUt. ni..r. tttrvirca every
oiry Hiia.iay morn.nc 1'rayur mtn tiiiir v-
Kei'tor. mivicu in (Juuri-huuMt ovrrv k.
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Kc. J.C.I ale, ,ur. Kt-rflci Ut am) 3nl
Sallllailh IIHkriiliiat anil uhuhI u 1 1.
HOt'TH Vat W PlrklVTUui w V..L..II. o. .
..... ..... . . v H, o,ititv KIM Mil
pvvry Huu.lhy murnliiK. I'raicr muutinif vo
rjr WeUuuailar voulug.
('ATnoMo-XaihTillft fiireot. Hpt. Father
Hay.'. VHitt. Morvluct Tcr3f Sabbath worn
iug alio o'clock.
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U UIIII3 UlillJldiaill I a. J... 1
llttrilKHVILLI I.0IX1E, NO.I. A. F. A. Jl,
J.lkf.i:arrt.ll, W. M.i A. II. Clark. Secreta-
Mailt .ml Mill-In Htnuit. :tp-t U ..n.ln v ti Ivtt,
in each month.
ir.iiNr.i. i n ArTRK no. i . niaicn convoca
tion Xnil Monday aliflitof each month ut Ma
M.iitn Hall. I'i.n If U L-at-i.t..!. II. .1.
riu.t; u II. Dietrich, secretary.
MtlnttK I'nww .utitrHV Kn a R 1 Da-ji.l-
L-uiit ,,v ..11 MtintiaT in earn inonin ai aiaMtn.
le Hall. Mr II. W,vt)touo, K. C; 61r Nat
Moeta In K. of P. Hall, ind and 41b ikuiday
iljtiiia In each month.
Kraanawair Ijirwiw. Kn. tk V n f 1
W. CruHM. chauoellor Cnminauder; U. W.
i-iir, it h.t vi HDctini. aii'i eai. Aieeva
In 1'..Im IIm1 Unit mn,l 1th TI...M.1.H nlh, m
each launtb. Kudownient rank, Snl Monday
ofcnlnpt in each month. A. u. Uotlgera, Proa,;
u. n. uavia, ouo. aua i reaa.
l.lp.tlne, lllcutor; W. K. KaiitUe, Hocorler.
Meeu in K. of r. Hall, Ueartl building, ind
and 3rd lueaday ulglita iueaeb monltt.
llllll.l.M ftnil. tin .VI V ... II U
Ilnpvtw.ritt Pntt.nt. Vrt ej Ua-...
ACim -J. I. Lamina, Ktifert; (too. U.
B ' T.w.fc... hvsm auu llll .UUl.-
day uighu in K.otP. Hall. .
J"lin Youna, Noble Urand; W. P. linntllc.
Secretary. Meeu every Krl.lav night in K. ot
P. Hall. Mercy Knoamnmciit, No.81, 1. (). O.
... ... hw.wvu, w All . . . u.uuiv,
AtMllii, n.nt. nwt..n UtAnvuAU n tir
Baldwin, H. w.jj. W. Croaa, R. Meeu ind
and 4Ut l'uaadaya In oacb moulU, at K. of 1.
' - vw iua VI 1' A 1 VMIWI-V. ... 1.
Smith, N.C.: W. R. Thoiupaon, V. K, of K.
ITiiia.M u. t.,H.. r. .- . ... .
aieei j ut and ird 1 rluaya In eaoh montb In K.
of P. Uall,
' COLORED LODGES.
rmitnoit Ixtmn, No. TS, U. B. Meata lit
and Ird Tueeday plahu tn llfll'i Hall. K. W.
U laaa, W. M ; h. 8. lluoknor, HaoreUry.
. . it ..... a A b A I i, , 1, . OA, o. Ur jr.
UueU and anil 4th Tueadaya In each month.
AUffuataAlomen. WTP.l KatlnCaakv.MtutmtM.
Or O. .F.-Meeta lntl and 4lc Monday" night!
I!nellN.vtl.f.a Inrwi. Kn laitA l tr f
atuuiraiiall. cbarlea l.lnblluot, M. u.i K.
N. Lander, U. 8.
Mocta lat and 3rd Monday 'nlihta' at Hel'l'i
Hall. P. Hell. Prealtlunl. ML M.tS-jil. Haa,.
Hm.VIM.VII I T T n., Wn T TT Tl
llvlltDfl Alnwt .IllA ' l.A-Aa.n t 't tilil-ii
htiura(r.m 7 a.m., to Bp. m., ami tho onino !
iilin nimn fnr almM ilmi. uftui- tlm .rlital nf
the cvouing mall a, at ftp, m. Buuaav open
II WW o W Ifi a.
EXPRESS OFFICE. :
BoitTllUMW Klren.. I'au.iuv It tir Ua..
wttuti, Agcut. uinuo oiu nana Dunning, Main
Holland's Opera House-
Main Street! .illnltilna. m,M.. fTn.nt ' n
II . Holland, Proprietor: A. U. Uodirera. Man-
And Louisville .
Ono year tor 8.l. Two papora for little mow
than tho price of one. . I
Send na lll.iA attil rnnnlva
with the Conrior-Joiimal tho beit, brlghteat
and ab.eat Vainilv Wooklr , In thooountrv.
i ' 11 uin ir.n w.
Th9 Outlook for 1884
Now that all the State elections !
over, it may be interesting to sum up
tno result as it will affect the electo
ral voto of next year. If each State
votes a.i it has voleil at the latest clec
lions held since 1880. flic Denmcrnta
will elect their candidate by a major
ity or ll'J in tho electoral cnllmm
The Democrats now have a mnim-itir
or plurality of the pouular vote in tlm
following States, tho electoral voto of
each being set opioito if
..10 Arkniimut 7
New .lentcy . . .',
ttrtlt I '-rlln-
. 8 IHtlHwnro ft
4 (icorKin ....12
.... H Mitrluiitl .
....18 MiiwiMippl .
. . . Ill Nevada . .
9 New York..
...11 Ohio ,,
9 Tt'iuiciuce ..
......... m virimua ...
et Irniiua, 11.
Tho Itei)iiblicaii8 bavo a nonular
majority or plurality In the following
....a...... r.tt-t-itirai out,
tonulo 8 Cnniiecticutl n
l'lU...,AH V..IA LM .
S. lima 18
hiniMw u Mnlm
MatuaeliuavlU 14 .Mlitmwtta 7
Nebraaka 5 x,. liiii-lilro ... 4
t.r,'lt,"". ; IVnii.vlvuiiia SO
l.luide Inland 4 Vermiint 4
This is tho situation as to the Klcc
toral voto if the States should.vote
us they now stand. It will be ob-
served that the Democrats can lose
both New York ami Ohio and still
elect their .'resident. Or thev niav
lose Ohio, Indiana, Nevada, North
Luroliiia and V est Virginia and win
Ofallllio stales now Democratic.
however, only New York. Ohio. In.
diiina and Nevada can bo classed as
in all "doubtful." IVith McDonald
tor President, Indiana and Ohio
would bo removed from the doubtful
list, as would New York. also. 081W-
ciuiiy 11 the randiilato for Vico Pres.
dent should bo Samuel J. Kaudull.
of Pennsylvania, or sonic other equal
ly prominent Democrat from an Eas
tern huto other than New York
The nomination of a New York man
for cither placoon tho Presidential
ticket will result, as usual, in faction
lights and trading which must inevl
tubly result in the loss of the clccto.
ral voto of that State. Iu other
words, tho only way to unite the
Democracy of New York. Is to de
prive all the factions of an opportu
nity to cut each others throats. - .
Of tho States now Republican, tho
Democrats with McDonald as their
candidiito would havo a lighting
chance to capture Illinois.
Thcro is no comfort in the situation
for the Republicans ; there is a cer-
I-. jn.i,t.t.iin , ,ui;tu la a CLI -1.,!,.,,.
r 71,,.. i:.i. 11
taiuty of a Democratic victory tor tho
DftitKi.tcv win. r..n,.i,i .... i.:..
Democracy with McDonald as thoir
Ben Butler says Massachusetts will
bo surely Democratic in 1881.
Tho only pain we cau safoly make
light of, is the wiudow-na uo. but the
pain that rucks our franio and tears
our lungs is a matter of serious con
sequence. To all oviato tho latter
and effuct a Dcrmaucut cum. Tii-
Bull's Cough Syrup Is relied on bv all
sensible people.- 1 ' k
On. of Our Advertisers Burnt Out.
Wednesday utirlit at 2 o'clock the
lire boll rang out lustily and in a
remarkably short timo. the lira com.
pany, engine, etc, were out, but all
too late to accomplish any good.
During the procedintf afternoon fire
had originated iu tho paint depart
ment of the "C" Spring cart factory
but was extinguished before any so
rious dumago occurred. After the
lire was put out the room was thnr.
oughly cleaned outaud sprinkled and
no more visible signs of tiro occurred
till tho hour above named, whou it
was discovered hopnlcsely in flames.
Au attempt was niado to use the tele
phone to give tho alarm but tho
flames had already peuetratod to the
instrument. When a mcasoiicnr bad
reached tho ougiuo house tho wholo
structure was a mass of flames. It
made a grand fire and no mistake.
About twonty carts were all that was
saved. Au invoico of stock wns n.
ken in July which allowed $14,000 bo-
sido buildings. ; Tho total insurance
on8toek and buildinrrs was fin.onn.
Ouo of tho firm Informs us that the
loss above the insurance will bn fi-nm
$7,000 to $8,000.- Tho company will
robuild at onco. Thoy expect to bo
operating in about sixtvdavs mi mi
onlargod scalo, altor which all ordors
will be promptly flllod. Tho compa
ny is composed of I). Id. Parry, T. II.
rarry ana XvOiUnnis, of llushvillo,
and T.J. and S. C. Pnrrv. ofPrtn.
ncrsvillo. Kushvillo (Ind.) Granli-
10, ..... . ; , ". .' ;-. .
A couple of pick pockots followed
a gontlcniaii for eomo blocks, with a
view of availing themselves of tho
nrst opportunity to relievo him of his
nnisan Tfn fitt.llnt.l.. ....... .J t..i.
r...w. -iv Di(UiU milieu IllllJ a
Ia,v..1,..)v uri. i n j
lawj 01 8 01UCO. "What Shall We do
nowr- asKoa one. "Wait for tho
lawyer," said tho other, )
Peterson's Mairazino for December
is, as usual, ahead of all tho lady's
books. Splendid as this magazine has
occii in tho past, the present number
quiiu outstrips itself, moro than a
hundred pages of reading-matter
two superb steel plates ; a colored
pattern, costlier cvon than a chronio ;
a colored lasliion. double i m m-int
an Horn steel : and moro than hnlf
hundred wood-cuts of fashion, work
tablo patterns, ctc.etc. Tho stories
are as always, excentiounllv imml
i ctorson-' lias long bad tho rcputa
tion of giving the best. It is a stand
ing wonder to us bow this mowninn
can uoiiirnlslicdat its lownrlce; it
cau only be explained by tke cuor
mous circulation which "Peterson
nas had now lor more than thirty
J ""is- tv e really Biippose thcro arc
tew families, at all m-etendi
fiiiemcnt, iu which this magazine is
not to bo found. It claims, and not
undeservedly, to give more for the
money and of a better qnalitv
than any other. Tho Dcemnhn
number ends tho year. Now there
fore, is tho timo to subscribe for 188J
or to get up clubs. We advise out
fair readers to subscribe for no nimr
a.ine t.ll they have seen a copy of
this. Specimens are sent gratis, if
written for in good faith. Tho price
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viz: Four copies for six dollars and n
half, with an extra conv of the
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getting up tlic club. Or live conies
for eight dollars, with both an extra
copy of tho Magazine for getting up
the club, and also a superb illustra
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No other magazine eives such nrcin.
iiims. lor larirer clubs, the nrico is
still lower, while even more premiums
aro given. Address Peterson's Mag-
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THE NEW SHOUT EOUTE
To Kansas and the West.
Attention Is called to tho new Kan
sas City railroad line uow comnlctc
nd in operation between Memnhis
Tenn., and Kansas City, Mo. By this
now route the south and west
brought iuto close relation. S; --lug
several hundred miles and savinir
many bom's travel between tho two
sections- It is in fact now the nnlv
practical route from the south to all
points in Kansas, Missouri. Colorado
and all western states. A throutrh
train with Pullman Palaco Slcenintr
car aud elegant day coaches leave
Memphis daily, running through to
Kansas Uity without change of cars
where it arrives in time to make con
nection iu tho Grand Union Depot
with all trains leaviucr Kansas Citv.
For emigrauts to tho Pacific coast and
Northwest, or for home seekers in tho
Kausasand Missouri, timo and monoy
is saved by this short route as asrainst
tho circuitous routes via St. Louis.
heretofore the only outlet. Special
low rates are made for this class of
businoss and all are carried thi-mich
to Kansas City in first class cars on
nrst class trains. Hound trip, La,ul
Explorers' tickots on salo at low
rates. Send for the Ernie-rants' Guido
an eight page paper, trlvinrr full and
reliable information in rcirard to
Kansas and Missouri mailod freo.
J. E. Lockwood
Gcn'l Pass. Agt., Kansas City.
or II. D. Ellis.
Tkt. Agt., 31 Madison St., Memphis
Tenu. , t
Southorn Pass. Ajrt28 Wall St. At
The President has Issued tho fol-
lowing thanksgiving proclamation;
By tho President of the TTnlfnrl
States of .America A proclamation.
Iu furtherance of tho custom of tho
peoplo at tlieclosinir of oaeli vnnr in
engage, upon a day set apart for that
purpose in rt special fostival of praise
to tho Giver of all good, I, Chester A.
Arthur, President of the United
States, do horeby desiirnato Thnrarlnv
tho 20th day of November next as a
day of National thanksgiving.
The year which is drawing to au
end has boon repleto with evidences
of divliio goodness. Tho prevalence
of health, tho fullness of tho harvests,
the stability of peace and order, tho
growth of fraternal fooling, tho
spread of intclligenco and learning,
the' continued onjoyment of civil and
religious liborty-ull these, and count
less other blessings', are cause forrev
1 1 do, therefore recommend that on
ho day above appointed, the pooplo
rest from thoir accustomed labors,
and, mooting iu their tovoral places
ot worsnip, cspross thoir
gratitude to.God that He h.h
so bountifully with this Nation, and
pray that Ilia grace aud favor abide
with it foroverinoro.
In witness whereof, I havo hercun
to set my hand, and caused the annl
oftheUuitod States to bo affiled.
Dono at tho City of Wasliiiia-fni... the
9KH. nfrt... i.. .i.- -V
vt.tuuui in uiu year oi our
Lord ouo thousand citrht liiinrli'eil
and eighty-three, and of the independ
ence ot the L nited States tlm mm
hundred and eijrhtli. Ciikstek A.
By the President:
FitKU. T. FliBI.INdllUYSEN,
Secretary of Stittc.
WALTES AND SAMUEL.
A GONE C00NSKIN.
Howling Green Unzette.l
Maj. Crumbaiigh will be relieved
ofhisoinceas Collector of Internal
Revenue. Ho wrote a threatenim
letter to A. II. Clark, of Ilonkiiisville.
in which he dared Hon. Walter Ev
ans to como across his line, tllnrk
sent the letter to Col. Evans, and the
Colonel promptly takes up tho six
miton gauntlet and expresses his in
tcntion of seeing the Major before he
sails with his naval fleet to find other
nconquered worlds. Tho auostion
of the Major's retiremout Is settled
ami unless tho Cliutou couutv He-
publicans can give another boost, we
tear he is a gone coonskin for some
me to como.
SWEET ON EVANS.
Howling tireen tiaactto.J
With AValter Evans' politics wo
havo no sympathy, but as an ofiiccr
and a gentleman ho is as admirable
as tho Republican party possesses.
Study in his honesty ; bravo ami can
did in opinion : staunch iu friend
ships; open iu oppositions, and thor
oughly capablo iu all he undertakes,
ho stands before the country as a
man entitled to tho' hirhest respect
ET TU BI1UTE.
When Mai. Crumbauirh trots to
. I J o
Washington ho will probably stride
iniijostically into tho White House
and announce to tho President iu bis
'dignified, ponderous and inert"
style, "If you put mo out, I will do
feutypur nomination in tho next
convention to a dead certainty."
HIS LOUISVILLE ENEMY.
A correspondent asks us whv wo
did not havo something about Col
lector Urumbaugh s long card in tho
Courier-Journal. There was noth
ing left to say anything about when
CruinbaiiL'li trot thi-ouch. He abso
lutely annihilated his own caso and
nimscii too, Ui. I. i".
A TEWKSUURY SMELL.
' Mai. Crumbauifh has been acnuit-
ted of tho unstampcd-ofllcial-cuvcl-opes
business, but his trial stirred tip
a stonch iii rotteu Kentucky Repub
licanism that has given our State,
temporarily, a regular Massachusetts.
Tewksbury smell. Even tho strong
stomachs of decent Republicans are
hardly able to staud tho nauseous
odor. Besides a irreat manv other
tilings too disgusting to bo, mcu
tloucd by a virtuous Democratic na-
per, tho trial of the Crested Peacock
of Stalwartism who it seems has
prostituted his office in tho abortive
futhoranceof bis egotistic aspirations
toward tho Secretaryship of the Na
vyhas doveloped a red-hot war be
tweon tho Collector and Commission.
cr of Internal Revenue Evans. As
a result of this fight, one or both
must go, and it is now trcuerallv con-
ceded that it will be the Collector. ;
', BowlUig Green Times,
Major Cruinbaugh is out in a
lengthy card in tho Courier-Journal
of yesterday, which is both silly and
childish. Ho repeats his threats
against Col. Walter Evans and oth
ers and has mado as complete an ass
of himself as is possible Tho "Ma.
jah" had better curb his temper and
icarn to act tho part of a martyr or
Also withdraw altogether from tho
, SOME GOOD ADVICE.
Sunday Argiu. '
Collector Cruinbaugh, be it said,
may be a vain niau and a poor politi
cian, but nobody believes ho would
steal. Ho wouldn't turn on his heels
for twice fifty cents. . Ho is iu. fact a
man of scrupulous integrity. Ho has
mado a faithful oftloor. .But ho was
ovor confiding and over coulldont iu
now, let mm ti.
Ho should remember
li.o the lesson.
that a politician miist never write n
letter which ho would not, at, any
time, be ploased to seo iu print.
Meantime, It Is apparent that Colloc
terCrumbiiugh must go. Ho will
shortly bo brought to contcmplato a
republic's base ingratitude.
When a near sighted person" a--
temu's tn l'nnrl ft
i.kl, - . - 1,A ta 1.. l.f . . 1
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r i i .
iTMM TMWM BIWE1
-Q Ays -v V-fW '.,i-.XiI-:Mk m
Works easy and throws water with
-nitiuiuii lur t . isi rirna iVn
And has Superseded all
I'Ult BALE BY
E. L. .FOULKS & SON.
IE ' COII
IT IS PORTABLE.
It is woven liko carpet and can
removed by the staples being drawn
tho fence rolled up. This cut shows
fenco ready for shipment. Address
Ii. FOXJLKS eft SON,
PUMPS, WIRE FENCES
Life and Property
Long ft Garnett,
Oalco So. 1, Henry Block,
OF INSURANCE CAPITAL.
II. 0. ABKRSATllY.
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ABERHATITSr & CO., '
TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. "
CENTRAL WAREHOUSE. ' HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY.
18S3 has witnessed the
their introibietuin. tl.nWn.5 l77 V,"
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best and lates t improved Machines. To
BU 1,10 ni'iiines l havo or
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enlic;lllp nt tliu jtoZZPirttto .hoWllT
Linsvillo with all the toouVecssary to repair all SHultoZ
everything related to tho Sewing Machine mid if you havo anv work to ho
done iu that line it will bo to your interest to bring It fa v sLp. Resides
being a thorough adjuster myself I have in mv employ one of tho best ad
nstors , in the State of Kentucky. A full supply Parts, A Mactoeni
in H. r. . .. it tvt vh tin nniiti it itn..i.,
,: , ' , : ' " j,-'"-""io iioiu mo vou are not,
vnattitir in nit iiti....i.ini..t.. c... ft . it...t.t. . . . : ,,UM
'"." ; "., u uiu maciiiuo noei8 any attention you
writo mo or leavo word at my shop and it will bo attended at once. I
J ir v uL ny 1V" l ,wjlch I .put on all the Machines I sell
...... uuy iiinciimo ait i bsk lsioryouto exam no mvMa-
al the time 1 will bo no trouble for ino to bring you ono and show you
what It will do, and then you can bo your ownjudgo. w 'M
t t t .., . , Respectfully,
N. B. In writing to mo stuto where you live, c. E. WEST.
more power than any Hand Pump
tUB) x,llvu ivousauu yind iliiis,
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Others Where Introduced
Destined to supplant
other Fencing. For it com
bines tho advantages of ev
ery Fence aud frees itself
from tho objections of ail.
This Fence consists of flo
double cables of Galvanized
Steel Wire, with White Oak
Slats, firmly interwoven at a
uniform distance of 2
inches apart. It is tho
strongest and most durablo
'cuco ever made.
AND CLIFTON COAL,
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Bf RNATHT1 111'' t' .."it-'i
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nullum, m uAumine, seo and irettho
that fact I invito vou to call a v
wntb mo a card and I will send ono for
a sr.. e. '
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