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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1884

DAILY SOUTH KENT XJCKIAN If I.. ' MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. ' IlOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1884. NUMBER 12. V. VANITY. Tnre fl-hMH went "alllnpr out Into the Fast, Where f ho sallliiK was bunt and the ttsbing u Innnt: Joy Mt upon rnnh nlseatniinl muff, And thoy carried their bull in a , u, g, jug. They oast In their lines with the tldo running out. And thrf tnunU'd the nub with hilarious Room-: A piIr t those interesting creatures once made their home injuyWround an American missionary's desk. They laid tbeir eggs in an empty wafer dox, nut the young never seemed to linger about tlm old homestead. The parent lizards remained, however, for several months, and might have stayed longer had not one of them been crushed by a book They Untied sunset, from bright row tossed unon a ncwananer under which U W,eSThncl,b,M,t,wa.(r,o.n.e,Rone. . was hiding. One of this pair was a lit- Iue Jaipur, unmnr nun uuiuci bumi hw othor. and was supposed to be the male. Rn thi.'v...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1884

INSURE YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY WITH LONG, GARNETT & CO., Office Second Floor S. W, Corner Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian. CHAH. M. MKAI'IIAM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOllKR 1, 1884. GRAND L0D6K.0FP, 16TH ANNUAL SEASON. Aaarojs of Weloom? Ir Kt. Jas. EraatMtt ani'Rssponsa by &, P. C, A. J. Lovely. A Wl.h ATTKNDAM'K. would not boast of tlio charms of our maiden, but they are as lovely as any to win whoso .smiles u knightly Hiiilor e'er broke u lance, and in sincerity it may he said tlml in form they rival Venn-', ami' that thev will greet you with smiles its dew-dimpled anil bright as ever illuiniiieil the face ol Hebe. Anil linallv, without detaining you longer from the consideration of the Important duties that have called you together, allow nie once more, in the mine of Evergreen Lodge, to bid you weieoni"; in the name of the benevo lent ami kind, in the name of all whu love charity, in the. name of those who honor friendship and esteem the brotherhood of. man, ami ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1884

STORM, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED BY LONG, GARNETT & CO. ..-,'vi ' 0 The Daily South Kuntuckian, UmcB NaiHivillk MT Hkt. Main anii Va WEDNESDAY, OCTOIiER 1, 18S1. VISITOES IN THE CITY. W. 0. Mamlcvillc, Louisville. Miss Lidin I.ockctt, Trenton. Miss Lida Williams, Henderson. Capt. W. M. Forrest, M ii i j l i 1 h. K. F. Christian, Uit.sactl villo. Knight Jus. Grasty, Ciarksvillo. " G. M. Whiteside, " " T. E. Mclicynolds, " " J. II. Montgomery, " t T. K. (.'ai knli; " " W. P. Til us, ' It. N. Gardner, " " II. E. Dibble, " lion Franklin, " " V. S. Miiilory. " " 1. I', Gerhard " " A.O. Acree. If. I). Caldwell, T. II. Clark, ' " .las. M. Howling " Win. Kli'eiimtni. " II. II. Wills A. I". Mills, Louisville. ('. W. German, " " Win. Lewis, f. . II. Dawers, : ' ' . .1. A. Vanmeter. " Win. (ialiliii ' " " J. -W. Itecclus, " " W. C. (Juinby, " " ".Tho. O. Moore, " " " .Jacob Seihcl't, " .1. T. Grillith, Owensboro. II. W. Vowels. " E1 C. Hi'own. " " II. A. Moore, ' ' " " F. E. ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1884

EX-GOV. HENDRICKS. Doing Yeoman Service In Behalf of Democracy. th Ifcxt Vlco-rrenldent Slake a Notable peeoti at Muncle Territlo Ar raignment of Repuhlioan Foll do audi Methods. At Nuncio, Intl., on September G, Ex- Governor IlcnuVkks delivered an Inter- eistinx address to an immense uutlionce, In the course of his speech he said: It 18 now twenty-live yours that the ltepnb- llcitu party mis controutMl me itumitiistruuve and executive allitiranf this country, ami it is of the tirst importance that you ami 1 should con6idor the question whether tliut is a.s long; as one set of men onirht to o -ntitiuu in abso lute control. In other wnr-la, t lie- question Is beloreiis: Ought not there to be a chunirei' That Is t no tli-st quest on that strikes your at tention and mine. How mueh has truiiKplred Blnee tlio Koputilienn purty eutue into power and I ao not choose to iuolutlo in that period the period oi the war? 1 ask your attention oulv lor the last nineteen years during "rhicii that pa...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1884

EENTUGKIAN. 6 MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1884. NUMBER 13. BAIL SOL A TUB OLD WIFE. By the bed the old mun, waiting, sat tn vigil nun nun ufrmi'r, Waflro hfa aired wllu lay dying; and the twi light almdowi brown Slowly from ,1 he wall anil window chased the uiiMit'd guidon cplcndor Going down. JIB It nlchtr ab whispered, waking (for her f spirit Mwnicd to hovor Loat ln-1 woon Iho nnxt world'a aunrlse and the bnd t'8 eare or thlai. And the old man, weak and tearful, trembling aa ho bunt uhove hor. Answered "Yei." "Are (lie children In?" the asked him. Could he li'll hcirr All tho treasures Of their household lay In alienee many years benviith the snow: ." But the hosrt was with them Hying, back .. . ;' mong her tolls and ploasuroa Long ago; , V nd again she called at dew-fall, tn the iweot ".; ' old summer woxtlvr, ., ;"Whore Is little Charley, rather Jtank and K4lwrt.-fhvnthoyinelT , l ;(f ,. They arasafe,". rtic I4 man faltered "a...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1884

INSURE YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY WITH LONG-, GARNETT & CO., Office Second Floor S. W. Comer Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian, CHAH. M. MKAUIUU, THURSDAY, OCTOISEU 2, 1881. LOUISVILLE VICTORIOUS. In the Compstitive Drill. Knight Bust's Presentation Speech Tlio big event of the day Wednes day was the Competitive drill between the K. of P. Divisions. At 11 o'clock a.m. the Grand Lodge Drill corns and visiting Knights together with t.lm members of Eversrrccn Lodge formed for the grand "parade. Be ginning at Spring Street the column, the Grand Lodge being in carnages t he rest on foot, marched through the Trincipal streets and then to the Fair Grounds. Music wasfnrnished by the Henderson band. The Drill for the prize- banner took place at 3:)it o'clock. The Evansvillo Division declined to enter and the Louisville and Hop kinsvillo Divisions wore the only con testants. The prize was easily wou by the former. Capt. 1'. A. Fitts, Capt. W. 15. Smith and Col. F. A. C. Myrick...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1884

STORM, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED BY LONG, GARNETT & CO. ThpTkilv Smith TCVntnr.lnan. j dkkii:k-Nasiivm.i,k St., 1H:t. Uin and Va THURSDAY, OCTONEIt . 2, '1881. VISI10ES IN THE CITY. Miss Mary McCrae, ( Miirksvilln. " . Mary Howard, Hcudi'iKon. I " Lizzie Waic, Trenton. " Emma DIckliiMin, Trenton. " Manila Sasneen, Iicnderson Mrs. J no. II; Millikcn, Franklin. Mr. ('has.' It. Culloin, Nashville, is tliu guest of Mr. .Ino. K. Campbell. Miss Mainie-lli'iiry is a I Mrs. Tandy's. Lotus Society' The I,nl us Soi'ii'ty of liethel Female Collcgo held on unusually interest ing ineeliiii; in the College parlor last Friday night, 'l'lic instrti montal solo, by Misstiarah 1 was u niagiiillu ent rendition of u highly artistic piece of liiiisic. The recitation by MUs Ora Rust, was jriven with u line huli erousell'iict, ami (he essay, hy Miss An nie Smith, ami the Lotus Journal, by Miss Carrie Cox, were holh line pro ductions. The following was the rmmiiAMMK. ' Music jMainie Tliom...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1884

Klnlne on the Mnino Eleolion. The spoech of Blnlne lit Anrta the other owning, fully illustrates the chur aulorot the man and his political meth ods. He wm in a position of difficulty, and he c;illed to his aid tho same mix ture of amiai'ity, address and eiiuivooa tion bv which lie has served his purposo mora than oiieo before in his eventful bistort'. His subject was the result of the Maine election and the task before him was to make tho most of it for the bennlit of the National campaign, and at the samo time to explain awav, if he could, the adoption of the prohibition amendment. This was not an easy thins to do, because the result of tho electiou for ollicers wa3 not decisive enoticrh to afford much political capi lal, whilst the action on tho amend ment was so pronounced as to leave no doubt whatever as to tho tendency of tho Maine Kepubllcruis. Blaino'met tns dilliculty not in a manly, direct manner, but by a sort of a political double shu'Ne. He said, in brief, that the Stat...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1884

DAILY SOUTH KE NTUOKIAN MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1S84. NUMBER U. V I.' DOT CANDIDATE. Who tsh dot (lake iut pjr iter lisnd, J'lld KIK-nkBM) HWllll nine unit lilnud, Vuii urges mn to Join liln band? Dot caiic.l luto. "Who Idta dot (treats me very whvood, Vii on dp oornrr of ler atrecd habbcn lust awhile to moot? JJot oaudlduU). Who lub dot slngln' awful mj, Jum like a lark all of dor day, Mid airy wIiikb would fly awuyr Dot oandldato. Vho lh dot oovers lib hi hrad, J'nd wishes bo van only dead? or odder man hat vln, you bed DutcaiKlidnie. It'urmUum Herald, THE BLUE CHAMBER. A small party of ladies and gontlo muii engaged in conversation wero s t ting after d nnorln tho spacious grounds of an ancient manor. 'I he doors of the mansion stood wido open. The evening breeze whispered and rustled through the branches of the huge lindens, the shadows grow longer and longer, ink-black beneath the leafy roof of boughs, lighter on the patches ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1884

INSURE YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY WITH LONG, G-ARNETT & CO., Office Second Floor S. W. Comer Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentacklan. One Thing That He Lacketh. CHA9. M. MtAClUH, KDITOK. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1884. In Webster county it lias been agreed to let tlio former primary clcc tiou stand, ami not hold another on Oct. IX Mr. LafTooirs majority in t ho county was 287. The Enquirer is no longer a "half and halt"' but is putting in hard licks for Clovelanil.Hcndrieks and Reform. Tlio Ohio election comes oil' Tuesday week and if tlio State goes Republican by 1000 majority the followers of Blaine will have cause to congratulate themselves. Eq. It. E. Randolph, of this city, has consented to altow tlio use of hig name as a candidate for Equalizer of Taxes. A nomination will be inado by tlio primary Oct. 13. Esq. Ran dolph has had larae experience in that ine of business and has on extensive acquaintance with the whole district and no better man could bo chosen. Owensboro Mess...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1884

STORM, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED BY LONG-, GARNETT & CO. TheDaily South Kentuckian, ttrrivx-yAauviLLi: St., Hkt. Miin ami Va FRIDAY, OCTOUER 3, 1881. VISITORS IN THE CITY. . Miss Nora Garth, Tronton. " Annio Dickinson, Trenton. " Ella Garth, Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Y. Cabaniss, Trenton. Mrs. M. A. Mason, licvcrly. Miss Maniio Campbell, Clarksvillo . Mrs. L. II, Stinc at Dr. Gish's. Mr. anil Mrs. It. AV. Roach, Clarks vlllo. , Mr. and Mm. Howling, Clarksvillo. Miss Annio Johnston, Teacher's Mill, Tcnn. Misses Mullio ami Maggie Lnyno, ol Todd county, and Miss Frank Layno, of Missouri, aro spending Fair week with Mrs. Polk Cannier. HEBE AND THERE, The decoration still remain. Could pleasanter weather be sired? do The Louisville Division. ISelow wo glvo the names of the victors : Sir Knight Commander, J. W. Rec cing. Sir Knight Lieu't. Commander, F. (). Moore, Sir Knight Herald, J. AV. Coleman, " " Recorder, J. II. Wilson, " " Treasurer, C. II. Dawcrs, " " Sentinel, AV. II. ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1884

HOIiEILL ON BLAINE. L Curious and Entertaining Bit Ot Political History. I I Thnnk My Father Id llcavon That H Callix Him Ilumn lloforo tlie Party Dl'ffraeed lUrir by Nominating So Wicked and Corrupt a Man." The Into Senator Lot M. Morrill, of Maine, represented thu purest and best methods in politics, as his successor, James G. Bhiine, represent! tho worst. The clear facta of Blaine's ten years' leadership of the party in Maino leaves no doubt on that point. When Senator Morrill resigned tho Senalorship to ac cept tho Treasury portfolio under Grant, as will bo remembered, Mr. Waine was appointed his successor. Senator Mor rill died here eighteen months ago. His widow, who is the daughter of the lato Mr. Vance, who in his day was one of the most prominent citizens of this sec tion, lives in a pleasant home on Win throp street this city. She is a lady evidently of great force of character and was the valued associate, contidant and helpmate of her distinguished hus band, both in the ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 4 October 1884

SODT MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1S84. NUMBER 15. H EBNTUCKIAN a .' CQ-ZCORD-LOVE BONG. fhnll we mcot airnln, love, In the (llBtiuit When, lovo, when the Now Is Then, love. And the Prt.Ront Hunt? . Phrtll (he iiiyitlo Yonder. 1)11 which 1 IMIlHll.T, 1 Ha'lly wonder, Wirt thoebocBstl Ah, tho Jnylpss flcotlnff, Of our prltintl niiwtliiir, And the frttpftti Rrrcttng 'If tho How mid Why! Ah, hiTh)iiKiiiHH flvlni. From the HerortcsK, sighing l'nr love Uiiilylnu, Hint fain would dlel Ah, the If none Milrt'ninir, , Tho WhtrtinoHft nuidd'nlnfr, . And tlin lint unuhidd nlnif, When the iiIriiIiim token .Of love Id broken 111 tho speech unspoken Of mind to mind. Hut the mind pnrcelveth When theapliit uric vet b, And tho heart rclluvoth ltwlf of woo; And the diMibt-mlHta lifted From the eyed lovo-gltiod Am rent nnl rilled In the wanner glow. In the Inner Mo. love. S Ail 1 turn to thee, love, I Kocm to nee, lovo, ' No Kfo thero, , Hut the MniieM...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 4 October 1884

INSURE YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY WITH LONG, G-ARNETT & CO., Office Second Floor S. W. Corner Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian. Chad. M. Mkachax, "QUININE JIM." Puts Life andlfotal into the Dem ocrats of Bath. OtVillrtVlllU OlltliHk. Lust Siitui'day wa a glorious day for.thc Democracy of ihiscounty.Such n rejuvcnatiiif? and vitalizing admin istration of one thing needful, they have not had for a long, long time. The effect was electrical and has awakened tlio party to grcutci ac tivity than has been the case for many year. The largest audience that lias assembled in our court house foreight years past, greeted the lion. Jag.' A. Mclvenzic on Saturday evening last and was hold enchanted by bis matchless eloquence for very nearly two hours. Tho 'cakcr's stylo !s perfectly original, and consequently very refreshing. Leavint; the beaten paths that have been beaten n down to the bed rock by so called orators of ages gone before, he boldly blazes his way through virgin fo...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 4 October 1884

STORM, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED BY LONG, GARNETT & CO. TheDaily South Kentuckian. Omen Nasuvillk St., 1)i:t. Main and Va. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1881. VISITORS IN THE CITY. Mr. (1(0. K. Gary, Rowling Green, Miss Ilallio Rives, Lafayette. Mrs. A. II. Watkins, Beverly. Hon. Jas. F. Clay, Henderson., . Hon. Polk Laftbon, Madisonvillo. Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Linek, Nash ville. Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. villo. P. Gill, Clark- Mrs. Emma E. L. Davoii, lender- v ., M.i and Mrs, Win. Wuro. Iladens. .-V. .Yille. Kv. L Mrs. Sugg ai)d. Miss , Carrie" SM.' Cutchcon, Iladcfiisvlllc.'v '' Mrs. Ellen MorrovrPa'dUcah at Mrg.PaiiHnet,nMdi;r'si ' S Miss May Ypu'tVit Mj. U. ILMcr- Mitt's. ; v. ' V tlft 'a TW HITTT11I ; Tfiio aitoiiiffMice'y'eHtunliiy was lar ger than any yet. Kelly's big towu clock keeps both tho standard and 8iin time. Tho Annual Hop last night as al' thai its managers could havo hoped for. TJio cisterns have givou out at tho Fair grounds and water will ho wa ter to-day. Tho shoot...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 4 October 1884

. . . 1 - - - - v --" ,"- " L -4 w -r--"" ' ' " ' ' -r- a . " -.,.. - --- "V ... , -- w -'w - .-kwml - j-..-.. ' w-V- " -n' - : - -r8 -ff' ' ' ' 1 ---v ? i aaaaaaaasaa.aaasasasaasMaaaawaaaraaaasaaaMaaMasa - - ! An Island Fortress, As the risitor to this port, by steamer orby sailing vessel, enters the famous Golden Gate and realize the extent and beauty of Ban Francisco, the most prominent object whieu meets his gaze is the island of Alcatraz, that seems to stand as a lonely sentinel, thoroughly armed with batteries and redoubts, pre pared to dispute his passage unless properly certilied. This natural forti fication impresses the latest comer with as much force in this respect as it did the first of the Spanish navigators, who saw in it an advantageous' point from whioh to float the flag of his sovereign and compel alien nations to render proper homage. I is a striking fact thai the very points now occupied by the various fortifications of "Uncle Samuel" if not actually used by the ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1885

DAI I A' SOUTH KENTUCKI AN. MEACHAM A WILGUS, Publishers. IJOVKINSVILLE- KENTUCKY. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 18S5. NUMBER 16. A FADED ROSE. Poor, ftiiicd roue, lul'l tn ft cnM, ntlll linntl : Dour huitil, no oftcu clone. y cimtpuU In mliin, Wv htl) hihI comfort tn n weary IhihI, Nuw uultl iiuil atlll, whtlu lor Us touch 1 plnu. Km dwell iiour linntl! Farewell, dear llUlirtJ What joy lmvo I since wu munt parti CIohc noftty, poor, palo roo, liko those dark oyes Which turned no often lovlnirlv to mlnn ; 'Jhi nu ti ami atara Htill lllit the ftUtniit tk loa. But Di'Hth liHa vullcd liie light for which 1 pin p. Fiin-woll, dear oyesl Farewell, dear heart 1 Tliu world la durk since we lniut part. X If ls thro, (ailed hut fill I fMgrant rone, illmllul of Mpt ito tiftcn nrcnnt'tl to mine: -MihIIu) of wor-ln love-frutfrantalllln'HcloHO, , .New mute the vnko fur whh-h 1 dally pin.-. r'nrrwHI. dear voluo! r'tuewll, deur hmrt! Muwawoettolovc! How tad to part! 'Like m a fndlnii flower man perMiotli." A...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1885

Insure your Life and Property at City Insurance Office, Long, Garnett & Co., Prop's., Office 2nd Floor S. W. Corner Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian Cm am. M. Mkacham, Editor. KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE. TIiriiSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1885. THE CHOLERA, Rome, Sept. 28. Dispatches receiv ed to-day show that tho cholera is dcorcasiut; in Sicily. King Humbert proposes to visit the infected districts there. 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 throughout Spain. 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 twenty-four hours. 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 de...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1885

Storm, Fire, Life and Accident Policies issued at City Insurance Office by Long, G-arnett &'Co. The Daily South Kentuckian THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1885. SOCIALITIES. Miss Mumlo Ilcnry is vIkIHiik Mrs t'lias. M. Meacham. Mrs. M. K. Rodgcrs, the millinery has returned from tlio cast. Mr. 8. W.Talllaferro, of Guthrie, Is lu town. I'lio Phoenix Hotel Bulnon is well auppllod Willi "inside overcoali." Mr. Pat Ityan and Mr. Chamber lain of Memphis, aro in the city. Mrs.Chas. L. Wood, of Nashville, is stopping at tho Phoonix. Miss Sallie Powell, of Princeton, is the guest of Miss Frankie Campbell Mrs. J. V. McGohcc, of Uollovlew, Is at tho Phoenix. Miss Ida Wilkin Is visiting Mrs. A. U. lioales. Mr. Clias. F. McCarroll, of Owens boro, is iti tho city. Mr. Jas. P. Gill and family, of Clarkavillo, aro at tho Phoenix. Mr. Ccorgo Cash, Jr., of Howling Groun, is visiting friends in tho city. Mr. W. J. IIopsoii, of Canton, was in the city yostorday. Dr. Tandy Yates lias gouo to Chi cago to comii...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 1 October 1885

FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tlio rhrrg.nns, a people of Asia Minnr, wore tho lirst to coiu gold and silver. Tluonrli tlie oflbrts of Ouida, tlm practice of skinn ng frojrs alive has Boon stopped in the markets of rlor ence. Japan possesses ?,0UO newspapers. Not a s nglo journal of any kind ex isted or was thought of in the country iwenty-nvo years atro. A woman who had been fourteen years in the service of Queen Victoria was couviolcd at Jlitldlosex Sessions recently and sent to prison for two months fur theft. A Venetian gondolier makes on an average four francs (about eighty cents) a day the year round. On this he w II marry, roar a family, and put conic money away At a reeeul caucus meeting of tho senior branch of the lionapai'lists it was niieu mat no orator, when he Ba rf to-sed Iho sovereign people, "should speak with a plug of tobacco in his mouth." Nicholas I.eblanc is to have a mon ument. Ho was the French chemist who, in 1712, discovered how vo nt' duce soda artificially, thoreby cont...

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