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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 28 August 1883

"I SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. 0. M. MEACHAX. W. A. WILOL ISSl'KD KVKIIY TUESDAY MOIININQ BY MEACHAR1& WILGUS. I'ViiLtstShit axo nnH'iiiuroits, SUBECRIPIION KATES Oiievo(y.uuuyttirt(nclly casl. iu m( nice Ouo cony, ix iitwaili Nil -iiitiith'tiitiii4 in ken ou tlmu I'ld a .io ciiv fKtit t any ouo scmling us flvo y'AfU ruli iiWuriUvr. 1 SO 1.i Ocik 12 till 0 Fins Clothing! '. S I i! OUR '''!! Bummer Styles in Men's ami Hoys' Clothing liavo not licoii excelled. . - PRICES For superior qualities have never been lower. STYLES Are a iiear perfect ns possible. ONE PRICE - Is tlio iiiflexiblo rule governing all Money Returned' Promptly If goods are unsatisfactory. OAK HALL, H. A. WITHERSPOON, Cor Fourth and Jefferson, LOUISVILLE. BUSINESS CARDS. J. T. DONALDSON, ART. PAPER .HANGER And IxTKiuon Duron atoii, HOPKIXSVILI.K, KV, hU tarmvrlliillt t.B.r nlaawlri ul ... W V. IM I ItVNTAVT I'ltkl'TICB l-lhl- Wail i'mu.r l.u.l.i.-.-. ti.lhn rtifH "f Hn iImv. ami rlrlmlv. ihaiu-.a tvaimaWi. null Mt.., line...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 28 August 1883

UN SOUTH KENTUCKIAN CHAM. M. MEACHAH, - HOPKIXSVILLE. AUG. 28, 1883. Even prohibitionists do not object to the bar in the mosquito season. The musical song of tho hungry mosquito is heard abroad in the land. The trial of Frank James was be gun at Gallatin, Mo., on tho 20th inst. A war between France and China is one of the probabilities of the near future. Eight cases of yellow fever have been reported from Pensacolo, Fla. A strict quarautnie has been estab lished. Commissioner Evans has decided Hoatctter'a Bitters an alcoholic bev erage subject to a special license, nn . Ies3 sold by prescription or in good faith for medical use. One hundred Mississippi editors will visit tho Louisville Exposition in a body September 7th and remain in Louisville three days, and then go to Cincinnati. The "duo Itilinn hand" nfCapt. Samuel Miltiudcs Gaines has been detected in tho Frankfort Yeoman for the last week or ten days. Maj. Stanton has been ofl'to Point Com fort on a pleasure trip, and Sam h...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 28 August 1883

( V X: t 1 1 .'V SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HOPIUXSVILLE, AUG. 21, 1883. Our Agent; ThC flll'll1lf HTMIU tru our aiitlfulxod .K.'i'U Whii will rewiwu"i" Ixll'TU KTII!!: W U llrewor, Mlnle. Ky 'Ilnb llunivll,Jr.,C'ln.l(y. K l. Itcmilmiuiili. MHtK'iui;r Ky. ThM.II. Unlnc, toniUnn ,Muf. Ky. l U. Imiiyn. N" Ky. W.IUvlt. Ifrull lllll. !' C W.-l.uil'liTinon, TW'iitnn. Kv. , J. M. Ailmns .. 1 l"" l"" K'' f. II. MilvfK,.i:illiv.Ky. J, C Mrniw. rwlei'.Ky. ? l. UiiUf I. I-"'"1' K- it J lliili hlnivi.C:ill.ilinl. Kv. . 1 - ..... ill.. W.ll lUrtw, klrkuitnHH-Ky. Bi'V. J. Alteiiupw'h. '"'"'0. Wm. Whltis Ni-'i. "y. W. A . Willi. )lcetlol Ky. ' W. J. Kitqii. tiit"n. Ky. SOCIALITIES. Mr. Jus.' H. Wood spent Inst week at Dawson. Mm. Ike Hart was at Dawson last week. .' Mr. Garth Bell has t0 Charles', ton, 8. C, to live. Miss Mattlo Hickman Jit returned from Clarkivlllc Policeman W. 8. Willy made t vis-' lt to Canton, last Week. Mr. Multle Tlmnia, of Texas, Is the guest ofMlssLoulledu'. Mis. Lou Hedd will lea...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 28 August 1883

r a .. Si . CHJ no: s tot T moi lan guu ins) I A lsoi futi 1 E bee A lisb C Ho era , lcsu fail C wil in i in) to( 1 Sat dot for ' tarn lo r ( nut din ed! yes ino iiv 1 Set Oil ox att am ap by . Sul 3 ft 003 La wa Ian Th All 11 w mi in ( tin Ito. dhj or ml He fill toi tali Ml 1 nal Ju Jo' tin for eit . mr ; is i ' pai 0) eit or it: tlx cr OVi bn tel. tlx ) KM 111 ait; eoi to; Br cat KOI ha in wl the I iy, bin U. Illl thi dn It i Ui la till wo the cir cm pel In thi foe ma Mr o vei Me 11m des . life the she the the Sec Tn! NASHVILLE STREET, UOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We !'! fiirnih the fi'owlnr imperii an1 perio.li-j with tV soltu Kentlckiak h( thitsuli)oliio l eliuap ratuii: Dullv Courier-Joiirnnl $10 SO WwMvCmir'er-.liMiriiHl S3. 76 " leniiiMviiu' t iuimrrini z.wi Ixmltvi'le Semi- Weekly i'ot 2 60 1 Parinvrt llonm onriia! S H5 IVturrton' .MHimxIne . ' 8 10 GotloyU Lmiy' nook 8.10 Bui lun'a Mtuuxim) . J Mi II. Mmithrv . Xew York Weekly bun 9.00 Hoiiii'An.1 Farm .... 176 ClociD...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 4 September 1883

I T y I V ...I - ... SOUTH KEUTUCKIAIi. C. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILUl ISSUED EYKIIY Tl'ESlUV M0I1NINO BY MEACHAM' & WILGUS. HltthtSIIKHi J.Yrt t'lttH'HiKTONit. SUBSCRlKUOi KAILS Oiicit.ituuLttr,tricU)' caati ! ! l 50 Oiiut'i-V)11 iiioiilli Nil itlNinl(ithtii lilkoii on tltiiu 'tl Hll pMH.'l i"(t'i u llfil mil. j. to un ft Kit 111 niiy me ituiiilInK un llvf vtri tukIi MiiuwrllH'-rit. Clothing! OUR Summer Styles in Men's nnd Boys' Clothing liuvu licit I II I'XCellod. PRICES For superior qualities Imvo never been lower, STYLES Are n iifiir p rlVrt n p-iwible. ONE PRICE It tlio inflexible ruin governing nil FIlll'C. Money Returned Promptly II' goods uro unsatisfactory. OAK HALL, S. A. WlTHSUWOJir, Cor Fourth and Jffursoni LOUISVILLE. BUSINESS OARDS. jriToSALoioMr ART PAPER HANGER Ami IxTKiima Dixoratoii, IIOPKIXSVILI.K. KY., M'l'h". In mim-tr.iMt h'nlir .n.1 UTiti! tiiminwiitt I's.rrirR In Ih. ! rn.r I.II-I I. H-. ! Hi.' "lllll iln .n.l t.-lnltv. rh.ir-. f.-".'-l ! all.'. iM.t In l.Kit...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 4 September 1883

I I e o i t t p ii s! '' t B 2? K b ft-j w Hi bo ui un Hi-; tin It Ui loi th. w tin tir CHI " pel lilt .hi foe ma Mr Ho ver Me liiuj del! Ufa, llici. alio! llio the; Sec- .i' " Unf tarrh c 01 SOU TH'KEKTUCKlM' CHAW. M. MKAOIAM. ------ Fi'l'i IIOPIUNSVILLE. SEPT. 4, 1SS- Pr U 7jd w th j-ir ; ai 1 9 ml nd n'.nd, The pardon milt hna ceased to jrriurl. Tlio Bowling Green Gazette says i mother-in-law is n inn-tndr. Tho President has broken enmp ii Iho Yellowstone, valley and is on lii way home. The pranl jury in Miihlenhnrjr county fi.nnd 13 indictments agninst parties foriUegal voting. Oscar Wilde's ulav, "Vein," which was brought out at New York last we 2k, proved a complcto failure. There aro now 43,01'J post-offices in tho United States. Tho number has been increased forty per cent in six years. . Frank James' trial is still iu pro gress at Gallatin, Mo. ami the bandit is in such a tight place that ho will try to plead an ulilii. The ftc Molay Commandery of Louisville, won tho champi...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 4 September 1883

SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. s-s.-..--.4.k------i"---"-" SOCIALITIES. .TittljK! II. T. IVtrec ent laitt wei k at Dawson. Mr." Owi. M. Hart will leave for C'lui-itimtti di'iliiy. Mr. .ITln. T. Wrljrlit will start Knsl to-iliiv to buy new pond. Mr. C. F. MuCarKill, ofOwensboro, v u lie re ou a visit last week. Mr. K. KlwnnU nidi family arc vlnltlitic IVlumU in Seil'ulla, Mo. Mis Annie WtilliT Ih Bfua teach ing m liool at Mc. W. E. Htt!siliilo'. Sir. Clint. Similiter, ot"M. Fra-ikel I & Hons, leaves to-tiiurrow for Louis ville. Mr. Joe. 51. Fraiikel lias returned from tlio cait with a uiammolh stock of good. , Mis Belle Kinkcud. or tliu city, Is teaching school at Haddock's Bohool House. M.. Mlnnlu Tncj ant Mi's. 3- B Mi Kenziu have returned from Vir ginia. Ml Mnmln TI"niv. nf P1, l tMctilng a school near Mr. W. B. Mn son's. Mr. snd Mr. W. .1. firnhim. nf FMrvlow. nrtit Dawson and will re main two weeks. Mrs. O. "Willis Lindsay, nf Olli. Is In ihn plfv and will leave to-day for Louisville. Ki...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 4 September 1883

a t 1 ' 11 I n JU K h a (I i ' i.i SOUTH KENTUCKIM NASHVILLE STHEET, HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB 1.13 T. v r' furnUhthu ft.'li.tln i-ai-cr nml peri(M.cat with t'i' soot u Kkntcckun ai , , Daily Courier-Journal Weekly tMir'yr-JuuriiHl lnoivUlt4 mmm'iYfnl . , : l-ou'ftviMe-Hemi -Weekly i'ua.,.. Farim-riiim loumal IVuinwii' Mntraxlntt I0' .MTU . ISO .. J50 . JIB .. a . . .w . .. t' 9 Sn .. a (fcxloy- I.ft'ly'H imk HaUoiTa Ma etui no , u. . Uitnthu- Xtw York Weekly bun. Itn lit ami Ka-m Clnciuuati Nuwa EX3HAH3E SCINTILLATIONS. It takes a hundred or two drops of a druggist's Inu.lanum to kill a follow but one of a hangman'!) . will do the work. Bowling Green Gazette. ' Oscar Wildo Inquires, "What shall I do when the poor tramp stands before mo with his piteous tale?"' Kick, jcwhillakius, kick I Glasgow Times. If democracy is the Santa Claus of politics, it will drop Governor Black ' bum and tho Cincinnati Enquirer in to the stockings of the republican party Christmas. Brcckcn ridge New...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 11 September 1883

ft ; ; f a I ' I U A SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. C. M MEACriAM. W. A. WILGL Ibil'KO KVKHV TUEJK.W MOUNINO Br MEACHAM& WiLGUS. Pi Ul.tHtlKHH AMf flttH'HtKTOH. SUBSCRIPTION HAILS .110 t'liV,IIHtMt HI, HMOll.V LNll I t MM iau o I'M Ullf iU,J . U HI MIlll ,. 1 (Ht,;tt)ttiiiii lulu-ii o liinu I'M. nil (JIK'I ltllt M I U'U tlllt. MU C'V IMKK til iiny MU N11-lill( u dvo QakHalL Fine Clothing! OUR Summer Stvlos In Men's and InVys' Clothing liuvo not been excelled. PRICES For anpcrlor qualities liavo uovcr been lower. STYLES Aro a near perfect as ponslblc. ONE PRICE Is tlio infloxiblu rule governing all Money Returned Promptly If" good nro unsatisfactory. OAK HALL, H. A. WIIHEUSPOOH, Cor Fourth and Jffir3on, LOUISVILLE. BUSINESS CARDS. ' J. T. DONALDSON, ART PAPER HANGER Ani Ixtkiiiob Dkcqpatoh, HOPKINS V1LLK, - - - - KY, U I.Km n nnM-tfiillv P,.-r kiaar,liM ainl HT-. tiu iiistt PntcTicn In I"' i l I'aii.r l.n-li..-. I., th," r'fa-na .,fllii ,ilaM ait.l l Inllv. ( Imm' rvn-Min'il iiikI aii-'a- lin...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 11 September 1883

t t I t l ; tj I! a v t ii.tl H ( ' tart SOUfH KENTUCklAN C IAM. M. MKACHAM. ------ Mlti nOPKIXSVlLLE. SEPT. 11, 1883. Tho Allcnsvillc Gazette has moved to Russcllville. There aro 113,32!) miles of mi road In tho United Tlntes, 11,593 miles of yliich wax built lust year. There is some honor In bcinjr Gov ermrof Kentucky nfterall. Lebanon has a "Gov. Knott" baseball club. Tho Brockcnridjrn News suarirests the appointment of Dr. Luke P. Black burn as keeper of penitentiary. Mr. A. T. Wlmborlcy makes his salutatory as solo editor of tho Cadiz Telephone, in the last issue. mmm Dr. Blackburn will found an Insti tution in Loui8villo for tho euro of inebriates and opium eaters. Gov. Knott is the 27th Governor of Kentucky. lie was 53 years and 6 days old on the day of his inaugura tion. A world's exhibition In Washing ton is proposed in 1392 in commemo ration of tho discovery of America in 1192. Franco and China aro standing at bay and war is considered inevitable. France is tho aggressor i...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 11 September 1883

f j . SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HOHvIXSVir-LE SEPT. 11, 1333. SOCIALITIES. , . Mr. M. L1)sllnUviMliiii't'l:itivM in Clueiuiinti. ' . MU Kiuuitii Kogcr U viHltinjr friends lit Klktuii. ; Mi Willie Wullaeo in vWllng friends lii Lmilnvllli'.- Mi-8 Willie Elliott returned lroin Ca V.t last wocV. Mr. Jiilm Muayun went cart last week to purcliiiso now goods. Mr. . O. Thompson returned from a vlH to IlliiioU few. diiyi ago. Mr. 11. U. EMU took in Uio Loul villu Exposition last week. Mr. Bon IUmuiiImuiii left fortlicoa tcrn t itles lt week to make bin fall purchases. Mr. Jno. 1'. Dell, of LoiikvU'W, left for LoiiIkvIIIo last week to complete his medical tudleu. , ,jM'r. C'lin.m I'Vnvll left lnt week r'r Snhvilli to Milrioulato In Vjii derhilt I'niversliy. MUs Annie Johnston, of Teiitiewe spent several diiyi of hist week wltli Miss OIlvfThompson. Mr. anil Mrs. J. t). MePlienon re turned from West Virginia last week 'where they iucnt the summer. Mrs.' Jno. I Campbell left lal week for Mi'irtliiHUiiry...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 11 September 1883

SOUTH KENTUCKIAN M1SIIVILI.E STREET, HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY. "CLT7S LIST. Iff r"' turn l-li tliu t.i'linvinir impcr. nnil' purio Ileal. Willi tV SOiITIl KKSIILKIAMII Ul t.ilillillilu I Uli.'n,, rnwvj li.illy Cuiirier-liiiirnnl Wcuklv l.tiiirer-liwriitil " loiiNvlllu I imiiiivro.ltil . ftliRVIMu Suiiil-Wcukly i'oat... Parinrr iluimi iminuil IVIui-ium'a Mniratinu Uii-loy'l (.mly's iiutik IIhIIuii. MHifiuiiiu I!. . tliidtlilv New York Vikty MM Hum- anil Kami Clticiuuali Suwa f 10 -20 ..i ; .. ll.i.0 . JSO .. ta ., a in .. n.io . Ml .. tu 9. mi .. 178 .. Ill EX:HAN3E scintillations, Consulting physicians never agree, because two physicians make a pair- j o'-Docs. Glasgow Times. Every married man should join the society of his wife and children, and hold his lotljfo meetings at home. Breckeuridge Xews. The suicide epidemic lias reached the cows, horses and dogs, but. It has not yet struck where it will do the most good. the dudes. Sunday Ar gus. Wo could never suceocd astho prin cipal o...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 18 September 1883

U SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. ,. H'.V m'"mSV K .,. ,, C. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WIL0.US ISSl'i:l KVKIIY TI'KSMAV MOIISINO BV MEACHAM & WILGUS. PVIlLiMltKUH An VHM'KIKTUH!. SUBSCRIPTION KATES )m;i.ii,oiiu)utr,4trifii cnmi in ml wmi-o OuUfU,,IX tlltilllll Nil nlllhttllilltUHIA IllklMI VII tlmo tI II tin pi-r tiiit wlit'ii Mii. t.iu utiiv Fiikk tti tn.y ono lutKllnyuvllrr Matru null 'iitmtirllK'ri. dak line Clothing! OUR Summer Styles In Men's anil Boys' Clothing linvo not been excelled. PRICES For superior qualities linvo uevcr been lower. STYLES Aro n near perfect as possible ONE PRICE Is tho inflexible rulo governing all titles. Money Returned otnptly if good ore unsatisfactory. OAK HALL, H. A. WITHEBSPOON, Cor Fourth and Merson, LOUISVILLE. BUSINESS CARDS. f r?N so n , ART PAPER HANGER Asfti Intkkior DtxonATon, , IIOPKIXSVILLK. - - -' - KY., W.t.a to rwnwlfiilli nkVr lil.aiTilrra ml lTli VriH I OMUTiNT PntCTIca III III. WH ran.r I.Mlmn. I" till' ' nni' 1,1am ami rlrinttv. IWa-i-a n-a-miai-lr ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 18 September 1883

SOJTH KENTUQKIAN CU1S. M. .1IISl.CIl.lM, .- - BiiU r nOPKlNSVlLLE, SEL'X. 18, MS. ii'i-'-i- lAJmrauBjiLiiuj Lit Tlis Bsairl&l Sass-. 1 "QU1SIXB JIM." Hbil. Jas. A Mclvcnzic U lodhiinjr vi ) its a Senatorial candidate. A Frankfort correspondent of tho Com mercial has this to say in regard to the race: Tho campaign for United State Mr. Ik C. GaiT!T!, "t RilRROllVillr, mit iicni lien-, ueui i. la'o Republican candidate for Attor-i ' member or the Legislature be ney General, has moved to Iudiauap- inx-aoiit and tho lour most promi olU to practice law. .loully-iiaincd candidates. These are uiu (jrusuui .iiimiiiiuimu-, iv imam:, iu . lpni:.,lrt TOO T1.w.1.K...... .wl T.. VUl IIQII.) U Vi Oi Win. Buchanan was accidcntly shot and dangerously wounded by hi sou in Muhlciihcruf county. John Anderson, col., dropped dead in L nrisville, i f heart disease. I but were cotuMdi'od inittfntflcvn bulliliugi when they took tho pine. 01 nig inns II iiy years ago. juosi tlleso -.veru huru).l last fal...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 18 September 1883

i SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HOl'KIXSVILLE SEIT. 18. 188X SOCIALITIES. Cuiil. E. Suiitli 1 Bpcmliiig tlio week ut Seliree. C';iiit.J. P. Xolaii liua gone East to buy new goods. Mi', n. 11. Ilurrinou U now willi Cupt. J.l Xolun. Mr. W. 8. Fclund, of Louisville, l visiting liln fullior' family. Mr. Culvin O. Layuv, ofFairvlon', loll lor Texu, liut week. Miss Lou Uodd returned Saturday from viit to LmiUville. Mr. and Mr. Ju. E. Jentip, are vl itlng friend iu Cudiz. MU Juliiinio Mill visited the Sojllioru Expoition fust week. Mini Lllllu Waller wcul to Caky yesterday to take uliarge of lliu sellout there. Mi. M. E. Rodger U In Iho East buying new good fur licr millinery establishment. Mr. .1. C. Evann, tlio Church llill nicnlisnt, litis gone vast to purchase fall good. Mr Iko ILirifloIl, or tlio firm ol Bainlierger, Bloom & Co., Louisville, waslu town Iu4 week. Mr II. G. Abernathy was among Ilic visitor to the LouUvlllo Eitposi tiou last week. Mis Annie Sliclton, of Texas, has been visiting ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 18 September 1883

T i el I. SOUTH KENTUCKIAN Nashville street, UOPKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUBLISr. Vfcv"1! furntth ttio tu'lmvlnir itiom anil peno'liunls with t'i suUTU Klisri'CKUS at Dully Couriur-Jminml IIOJTi Wtwklv (mrcr.liMirtil i-oui-vill.M ..iiiijii.'rrtnl . . 1.MI 8 Ml , na . 3 Hi (.nulirlMe Semi-Weekly iw.. Fanner limn. Imir.inl IVrunum' Mnirnftii.u Gixley'l l.aly'a i,uoa Itulliiii'a MHIfHXllIU U. r,. iliiiitlilV Vcw York Wm-kly bun Iltniio anil Knrm Ctuciuuuti Nuwt . 8 . Hi . J. W P.Wt . 175 . Ill EXCHANGE SCINTILLATIONS. Business houses which do not ad vertise are not bound to havo govern ment stiro keepers, notwithstanding tho fact that they keep still houses Bowling Green Gazette. . ' Oscar Wilde's play was a "Vera" bad failure. MaUisonvillo Times. With lijs favorite in the gtiberna tional chair, himself occupying the most lucrative position In the gift of the Gov jnior, there Is but one thing uow needed to complete the happiness of our friend, Col. H. M. McCarty, and that is a wile. Gut m...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 25 September 1883

SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. C. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUI ISSUKI) tVEIIY TCKSUAV MOUSING BV MEACHAM & WILGUS. evitLiMtiKHH jxn PitoPMiKTon. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Onuni ucMr,tricil eah lu ad- . VltllCt) Uuouuii) itnHitlii $1 ttl Sii Miii4.-rl.it.tm Inln'ii on tlmu -nl HlI tmiur ttMii mIu'iimuI. m uiiv rHKK tu tiny mo ond.i.j, ii d. Oak Hall. Fine Clothing! OUB Summer S( ! In Men's and N'' Clothing linvo imt Imhmi excelled. PRICES For auucrlur qualities liavo never been lower. STYLES Aro n iwiir prri-t u po.slblc. ONE PRICE I tlio Inflexible rule governing nil wlim;- Money Returned Promptly Ifginid are unsatisfactory. OAK HALL, H. A. raisiwoajr, Cor Fourth and J-ffursoDi LOUISVILLE. BUSINESSJARDS ART PAPER HANGER Axo Iitp.miob Drcoratoii, HOPKlXSVlLLH, - - - - KY Wl.k.a .. nrawvlrVli dll-r kleai-rliM nnil iTtK Vi nwTT Pe.crics In in. Wml Pan.r .-!.--. I.. Ik rl-M "1 1" (il.ff . Iiillv. hr.- re-niia'-h- awl aall.la-liiK In iv'W rurkie"hlH ( nanltlwil X. II. I am iho Mil' )irr-m l hiI'w Ki-nlin-ar...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 25 September 1883

SOUTH KENTUCKIAN SOU II0PK1 Ui.tntilijo Dally i Wuekl " 1 LoilitV Katrine IVrm Hull (ill U. i New K lIlMIIU Uuuill CHAS. M. MGACHAK, . EdlUir HOPKIN;,VILLE, SEPT. 25, 1883. The State doesn't seem to bo doiug a "Land Office business" inst uow. mo juarnami UemocraU nom.na ted a State ticket last week, headed by Robt M. McLaue for Governor. Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, JNeiv Jersey and Ohio elect governors mis ian. mx other states elect minor officers. EXC3 But vcrtis mcnt t he t'u Bowl Out badt AVI tioua most UicG now-; of ou that, getrj pi the hats' t'.iof godj Ir higl B", to a tor.j test day; cm Cor i Kit eas W c are in receipt of a complimen tary ticket to the Madisonville Fair, uct. n-n, for which the secretary JMr. Uempscy, has our thanks. Tlie squabble in the Register's of fice was brought to a crisiiiW ti day by Jos. Norvell's instituting a suit against Cecil for '5,000 damages lor wilirul violation of a contract to appoint him to a $1,000 clerkship Rich developments are expe...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 25 September 1883

o SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HOPKINSVILLE, SEPT. 25 1883. Our Agents. The lollnirlM iieraom ur autliorlied -nU. who will niralva ubrerliitlont (or tlic (toiiTB KiswmiUHi W. B llrewor, Klrlo, Ky Ilnb- A llurntll, Jr.,(.'iln. Kr. Ki. Iltnibroiiiih. Mootgnmory, Ky. Thiw.il. 0lno, Cerulein Spring Kjr. . I) U. II row n, Norfnrlllo. Kjr. W.nlt,rnltlllll, Ky. V W. I.uailonntn, Trenton, Kr. J. M. Ailumi l.o., ( hun h Hill, Ky. r. II. llrk,CMkY. Ky. ! J. C Ntrqum. I'edad Ky. tin. Uirtle I. O'Wit. !.fayetl. Ky. T i. HiiK lilrun". t'l'loDl. Kv. W. II llirtm, hlrkiniiuvlllo. Ky. Ilor. J. Allomworih. Elmo.Ky. ; Wm. Willi, NcwiUid, Ky. W. A. Wlillo, Mce.lonlii. Ky. W. J. Kuqun, Canton, Ky. ' SOCIALITIES. ; Mr. J. C. WooMrMge visited Louis ville lant week. MImwi CuitIo and Fiuinlo Moore vlsllwl UMUHVIUG lust wcvk. SIEE AND THEEE. ' W. F. Pattoii. Life Insurauoe. V The Full" begins to-morrow week. Admission to the Fair will be only 25 ecu.". ' ' Tlio court of claims meets Mon day, Out. 15th. , : Our harness...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 25 September 1883

SQJTH KENTUCKIAN . .N. ..".V. . . 'aaS.Saaa'M NASUV1L.I.E 8TI1EKT, UOPKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. r CLUB LIST. ; Wr wM fumWh the fuMnwin i.hipmh ami LriotHcalt with ti SOiJTu Kkntdcbiam at lalljr Courier-Journal ftOJO - LouiMvillis loiiiiiu'rcial., LouUvi'le Senu V4!k1y i'or., KanntTf lluinu luiiruaL IVuirmin' MR.rat.iie (iiMey' l.alv' ituok , Italluu't Mitgitxine U. ft. Mittithlv New York Weekly bun. Homo ami Farm Cincinnati Nuwt EXCHANGE SCINTILLATIONS. Union. Tho young tlociura who liavo bt'.u let loose from thoscliool on a collid ing ami pliysic loving public urc likuly to try many cxpcrimcnls very Inter, cstinjr to all except, perhaps the sub. jeetsof them. They rciniml ono of the illiterate fellow who, on being told that a certain patient was convales cent, said, "Why, that is nothing. 1 can euro convalescence in three hours. j io Chicago News. ..' to "IjoI Pittsford, Mass., Sept. 23, 1878. I S I Sirs I liavo taken Hop Bitters and J J I recommend them to others, as I Mi fjund them vo...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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