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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 2 October 1883

SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. C. M. MtACHAM. W. A. WILGUB ISSUKD KVKKY TUESDAY MOKNINQ By .HEACHAM & WILGUS. eUHLIHtlKHH AXlt MHfMliCTOnh. SUBSCRIPTION HATES , neiMij)y,oiiwy,ar.ti,io.ly caul) iu ml- VHIItlH 91 SO 'JllO Ml . IX IIMUIlll ,, 1- So miti4oriptiMi tattun ou tlm aid til tia(jr it4ii4'ii whtjii uiit. i.ia copv rniCN to any me iunltnf unflrr .tart nuah HiiiMf riiH'm. LIVEUT FEED ND SALE STABLE. Sriny Hl lict. Main, and Virginia, IIOI'KINSVIU.K. KY.. T. Ii. SMITI), Proprietor llmrli. Itacaa. IWviiitf au-t aMt Itr' alwm fsntlt. arWul Irlvf-rn fur til tit I alu-n t.rl lltiru mil mill'' hmitftn an.1 4i)i. tmtvU U mii'l all train BUSINESS CARDS. J. T. DONALDSON, ART PAPER HANG9 And Intrhiou Decoiiator, 'IIOPKIXSVILLE. - - - - KVm M'h- hi nHUMtrit'li (l-f htnliM 0 fc.KI VrB OViTXT lU ACTlCB tit ihi Wa'l rmi.r .tiitt . ttV rttn i.f tin lfl Hn.t Ti lllltV. t.tlrtfi-M MIHl,'l) mn wiMa tior In r iM t workman)!.,! full) iirriitw N. It, I urn tht nnl- twra in Mim KanlMfk r thai Mlr thf Iimmim ...

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. — 2 October 1883

-Kg aaucarr,a--AH,.y wfc -. Or If .v ' I' ; ; 'I ; h1 ! t Hi' ! .i ! I if! SOUTH' KENTUOKI AN CHAS. M. M EACH AM, IIOPKIX5VILLE, OCT. 2, 1883, Congressman-elect Mayo, of Vir giuia, a few days ago, killed himself oa account of political troubles. The Massachusetts Grecnbacker liave endorsed Uov. Duller for re election at d will have no candidate of their own. A fitting monument' to PrcMdont Zachary Taylor, who died thirty three years ago, was unveiled Louisville a few days ajro. . Ellis Craft will be hung October 12th, and he wants the execution to be public so he can make a farewell speech to the crowd. . Mr. Walter P. Emerson has sue cceded Col. C. E. Kincaid as Ken tucky news editor of the Courier Journal. lie is one of the brightest young Journalists in Louisville. We are frequently asked who will be the Democratic nominee tor tin- Presidency next vear. It would not bo wise or proper for us to tell at thl time, and besides the papers want something to speculate about. The smalles...

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. — 2 October 1883

... 4 T SOUTH KENTJJCKJAN. IIOfKINSVILLE, OCT. 3, 1883, Our Agents. The follovrlnv ncnoni aro our authorlxoil ' mcenti. wh will wnlv subccriptloiia fur the I South KtaTmxux: W O Brewer, Falrvlar, Ky Dob A Burnett. 4r., Cmlii. Kr. tJ Kil. Ilanilirouah. Montgomery, Ky. Tboi. H- (lalnet, Cerulean Hrlng, Ky. I. G. Wfffwn, Nort nf llle. Ky. ' W.liavla, ITi'uit II III, Ky. C. W. I.undorman, Trenton, Kr. , J. M. Ailama .., ( liur. b Hill, Ky. ' , K. II, llnnck.-Onkv. Ky.1 J. C. Marquen4f I'edee. Ky. 1 M re. Uertla I. U'lOln, Lafayette, Ky. , T J. Ilutrhlnaon, Caledonia, Kr, W. I Hartm, hirkmannvllle. Ky. Key. Jaa, Allenaworih. Klioo, K , Wm. White, Newttrait.Ky. W. A . White, Maoeilonla. Ky. P(W, J. ruqiia, Canton. Ky. V.-' SOCIALITIES. n . I.lent. Gov. Hlntlman, of Columbia, k-v atlomkd conference lnt week. ''.J Mm. J. F. Demiwoy, of MikIImoii- A'IIIi1, wan tlio eueat of Mid. J. M. Howe, liut week. Mlu Llzzto Hall, of Lafayette wt ' H the gucut of Mr. J. K. Jetup't family luHt week. Miss ...

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. — 2 October 1883

JTH KENTUCKIAN HA911VILI.I BTKEET, HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. ' Wf wil! furniahthe f.i'lnwina i.ancra ami periodical, with t!i nojiu imiuiiu iluailli.olne.lchap rausat i.iir norir-i..i nam Woetiyconr'er-j.ium.l am I.milai'lr Hmi-W..kli iw ISO ra.in..H II .. t I iui. ... Kwrn-; ; ;,,. :;:;:::":'".:: i.iil,8,ruc,lon ai,a " f none WmIUto.:::;::r. :::: Si" u.h. m.nthiv i New York Weekly Sua. Home anil Paraa Cincinnati owa.... .. . EXCHANGE ' SCINTILLATIONS. The Democracy of Cincinnati are j fighting like cats." Well, if the re sults will be like those of cat fight. ; the party will be largely increased '. the coming election over there. Dit- 5 ' toe. I Geo. Andrew Hickenlooper has ! sued the Cincinnati News Journal for t $100,000 libel. The News Journal ' . must have spelled his name wrong. That will make a fighting mail mud every time. Bowling Green Gazette. ; ' The scarcity of two-d hr bills it. : supposed to be due to the approach ol 5 election day in Ohio. The two-dnl- !- '...

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. — 3 October 1883

DAILY SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883. NUMBER 8. Are. always iu tho lead with LOWEST PRICES '-AND BEST GOODS. Don't fail to call u.i ns if you want first-class goods at rock-botloin prices. Our stock is tlio Lirgest ever brought to Hopkinsvillcaitd comprises everything In tho wayof . Clothirtg, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises ! rpl wonder bow we fin sell goods so much cheaper than onr compolllor It In slinp'y tl.lx i Our Mr. Frank el In a'ways In tlio market with the ready cub in bis posket, anil takes advantage or birgalns which la alwys given him bf (hit holoale men haul who rnn sh irt of fund. Onr clothing this season caa t be surpassed. It I equal to an; merchant tailoring goods In the country, baring been mado by tbe brat merchant tailors In New York. Wo toot advantage of the dull summer when tallort were Idle, anil had them make onr goods at a ve...

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. — 3 October 1883

The Daily South Kentackian Lo rp Pun, m, Mikhi, . . Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1883, wit be patient It is less than inree months till leap year. Speaking of cannibals reminds ut mat Adam s son's were Cain-Abels. A pumpkin as big as a flour barrel is attracting attention in Kenton county. It should be utilinxl t would make a good head for the bus iness man wno doesn't adverstise. The Hopkinsville Cornet Band will "do the musical honors" at the T air this week, but as every member understands how to "blow his own - horn" we will not say more than to incidentally remark that It is a band of which the city ought to be proud. m i . iweive masked robbers went tnrough a train at Coolidge, Kans., last Friday, killed John Hilton the engineer, who refused to stop, wound ed the fireman and express agent and robbed the train. The attack was very sudden. The train men made a gallant fight but had to succumb. As will be seen in another column tne feud between the Crumbangh and the Stuart facti...

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. — 3 October 1883

The Daily South Keptackiap. Orrics-NaaiivtLLi XT., Bkt. Main xi Va, WEDXKSDAY, OCTOHKtt 3, 1883. , SOCIALITIES. . . Mr. Hugh Seargcnt, of Lincoln county, is visiting his brother Dr. An drew Seargent. . . Capt. Jno. C. Dabnoy, county at' torncy of Trigg county, wu in the city during Conference. Morgan Procter, col. wu killed in Warren county Sent 30lh liy B. A Wood whose life he was threatening. Kiloitiird RomonJI the colt-bratcd Hungarian violinist will give con cern in liouuviue un. i aim i . :. Judge Gieger, of Union town, was at Conference last week and called upon us, and we regret that we were out at the time, und did not havo the pleasure of making his acquaintance. Judge J .T. Simmons, editor of the Henderson Reporter, accompanied hy his daughter Miss Birdie Simmon, aud Miss Jennie Rainwater, offiar dls, Miss., stopped over in the city a lew hours yesterday on thoir way from Mississippi to Henderson. Mrs. Hvhccca Pearce aud her daughter,, Miss Josephine, after a vlsitof sever...

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. — 3 October 1883

Oil j Lo The StafTbrds in tlnu. A white covered wagon drawn by two small but hardy lookiiijrhorscs and cov ered with a thick coat of yellow dust, moved slowly through Superior stroct, Cleveland, headed cast, Seated in tho wagon were a womnn and a man. Tho former held within her ample grasp tho reins that guided the chuuky motive power of tho caravan. Time with his ruthless touch had plowed deep fur rows in her checks ana brow, while wind and weather had toughened and col ored her spaoious countenance. She cat with hor head erect, looking noilher to tho right nor left. Her eyes were small and glowing, She was dressed in faded calico, but was as neat as a woman of her occupation could well be. Seated by her "ide was a man with long, flowing hair and beard frosted bv ago. His complexion was dark as an Indian's, anil his eyes largo and luniinou. No gear of any kind adorned his head, and tho toying of the wind amon? his locks blade him look like a huge cotton boll out on a larK. Slowly t...

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 October 1883

DAILY SOUTH MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. Aro always In the lead Willi LOWEST PRICES AND BEST GOODS. Don't fail to caU o.i m if you want flrslrclass goods at rock-bottom prices. Our stock is the largest ever brought to Hopkinsvillc, and comprises everything in the way of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises! IWe wonder bow we ran sell oi! j nn much cheaper thm onr competitor It In simply II. la : Onr Mr. Fraukel Is 'ways In the market with the rcadj c ih In Ills pocket, anil takes advantage of bargains which Is always given him by the v.holenln wen kanU who run shir.t of fund. Our clothing this season can a t be surpassed. It is equal lo any merchant tailoring goods In the country, luring been made by the best merchant tailors In Sew Vork. We took advantage of the dull summer when tailors were Idle, and had them make our goods at a very small expense, which enables ns to give you Custoin-Matle Clothing at about on...

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 October 1883

The Daily South Kentuckian (.HAS. M. UKICBA, . THUKSUAY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. Judgo Hoadlcy resumed tho can VU38 in Ohio Monday. Min Yong Ik, the Curean minis ter who recently arrived in this coun try, is only 23 years of age. Tlio D-miacruts have a first rale chanco to elect thoir noininco for Gjv enar in Iowa. SjvciuI It ipublicau orators have been sent to the rescuo. .Gen Winflold Seott Hancock is very ill. It is said that his health has been wrecked by brooding over his defeat for the Presidency iu 1833. Col. Geo. Knapp, proprietor of the St. Louis Republican, died on his Way home from Europe on the 18th ult. He had been an invalid for some time. He leaves a fortuno of half a million dollars. An express car was boarded by three masked men, near Peru, Iud. on the 28th ult. and the messngor jiag god and robbed of f 1.500. Hie rob bers then locked him iu the car and quietly took their departure. KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE. El. Tuttlo abrakeman was killed at Lexington. The Owcnsboro Fair begins...

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 October 1883

a The Daily jlouth KentuckiaD. Ornct NASiiviLi.il St., Hct. Main akdVa TI1UKSIMY, OCTOBER 4, 1883. . SOCIALITIES. Mr. J. 8. Phelps of Louisville, is In the city. Miss LhU Watklns la visiting ot Mr. E. B. Long's. ' Mr. M- Frankol, of Cincinnati, Is In tho city shaking hand with his num erous friends. Miss Fannlo Trigg, of Now Har mony, I ml. Is, visiting at Mr M. W. Grissam's. Mrs. Vr. Welborn, Mrs. Kobb, and Miss Lma Rhb, or Indiana, are tho guests of Mrs. M. W. Grlssam. Mrs. W.8. Davison, of Strawberry Point, Iowa, Is visiting the family of ' her father, Mr. Jus. E. Jesup. Mr. John A. Wallace, of Tcjas, was the guest of his brother Col. Jas. A. Wallace last week. Mi-. Ella Pratt of Malixonvillo, ami Miss. Miry Warfldd, of Casky, ai-e spen ling tho week with Mrs. M. E. lloilgvrs. Mrs. M. E. Itmlgors, tho Nashville Street milliner, lias returned from the vast with a full lino of millinery goods for the Tall trade. Miss. Ida Allen returned with her and will be her trimmer agiiln this ...

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 October 1883

IV hronlo drPTt eomptalnt, In chronic constijmtion and other nt .lirii-iiM..a. II.iHlftler'l RtnlitTirll Hit. The Eruption! In Java. The latcf-rcports from Java seem to Ttise tho voleanio convulsion thero to tho rank of one of tho mot destructive, calamities known in the history of tho human roue. The loss of lifo in the great carthqnako in Lisbon in 17o.i va variously estimated at from 40,000 to 60,000. The earthquake of just a hun dred years aw in Calabria, tho south ern part of Italy, caused a loss esti mated by some at 40,000, by others at 100,000. liscrcpancins like these illus trate tho difficulty of learning exactly the extent of such tciriblodisastors, in volving great populations and oxtensivo tracts of country in a common ruin. We shall never know, probably, with any degree of delinitcncss tho lc is of life in Java, but if the reports ate not grossly exaggerated this calamity will stand in history with those of Lisbon and Calabria, and may even outrank thorn. Beside it tho...

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. — 5 October 1883

DAILY SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1883. NUMBER 10. J v ill i xj -Sz-i i i i a- i i Arc always in tho lend with LOWEST PRICES AND BEST GOODS. Don't fail to call on us if you want firsUlass goods at rock-bottom prices. Our stock is the largest ever brought to Hopkinsville, and comprises everything in tho way of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises ! Pesple wonder bow we raa sell coed as much cheaper than onr'compeUlon. It It simply ttbl Oar Mr. Fraukel li a'ways In the market with the ready etsh In bli pockot, and takes advantage of bargains which Ik always given him by the waiilenale atonhanU who rua short or fund. Our clothing this season taa a t be surpassed. It Is equal to any merchant tailoring- goods In the eonntry, bating been made by the best merchant tailor In Sen York. We took advantage of the dull lammer when tallort were Idle, and had them m...

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. — 5 October 1883

J 1 The Daily South Kentuckian. CHA8. M. Mbaciiam. Kilitor. F1UDAY, OCTOBER 5, 183?. Phil. B. Thompson will be a candi date fur ro-election to Congress in the Eight-District. Frederick O. Prince, Major of lios ton, has declined tlio Democratic nomination for Lictitunant Governor of Massachusetts. Gov. Cameron of Virginia, has be littled his office by taking the stump fir Mohone's friends. He refuses to divide time with the Democratic speakers, who are anxious to meet hi in iu debate'. President Authur's life-size por trait has just been hung up In the White House among those of all his predecessors excepting President. Buchanan. The absence of the last Democratic President's picture is not explained. According to the latest ruling per sons who subscribe for a paper, one ye ir can lot be forced to pay for a Ion ger time miles they order the paper continued, even though they may take It regularly from the Post-Otflce. The King of Spain was insulted by a mob in the streets of Paris, Fr...

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. — 5 October 1883

' V The Daily South Kcntuckian. fkidayT nier. MM" V. OCTOBLH 5, 1883. Free, Gratis, for Nothing! i EEHZ MID THEHE. Tbo city Is rapidly filling up with visitora. Our drawing will como off to-morrow afternoon. Miss Trubue, of Falrvlew, ha the premium display of Jellies. Miss Anulo Ware was glveu tlio premium on her mantel piece of cray on work, "The Deluge 25 licr cent savod to those who may want a Buggy now. tall at taetorv. McCamy, Bontb & to. fien. Jno. 8. William will speak to-day and we may look for a good pro wd lu tlio afternoon, Messrs. Dorscy, Ilorusby & Wad dy' sale of W heaC of short-horn cat tle will come off to-day, Some subscrilior of the South Ken, tucklan will get a 2(X) top buggy lor nothing Who will It be? Tho man with the maul and force rcifMer Is on hand ami you can rtrikotwo licks for a nickel II. E. Wiley, L. F. Adklnaon and John II. West have been sworn hi as Sundrsds of Dollars Given Away ! extra poiircmeu in the city I . ... H1 Third firnniT Fraw Dl.tr...

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. — 5 October 1883

10 Uncle Saui's Gold and SUrer. Uncle Sam has a money-house in Wall Street, Now York, called the Sub Treasury, which old King Croesus woull have liked to visit It contain ix present, in told and silver coir., aoout one hundred and five millions of dol lars all neatly packed in bags, or stowed in dim, id vaults wuicn are supposed to uurgior prooi. in tact, tney ore The Tie Driver. The life of a tie chopper Is alone and monotonous one. Three or four 01 tnem utiiltl a camp toeother. and do their own cooking being euppucu wiin grub" by the con tractor. .acn man, on an average. outs thirty ties per day, recoiving ten whib dwu iur mn. inree ties, t'su ally, can be obtained from each tree. bnrglanproofj else some gentlemen of Tuo cutters pile the ties up on timbers ma prun'saion wouia nave attempted p,; ujjua stumps, so ttiai tneywill them during the last forty years. They not bo hidden by deep snows. Those are deep down in the bowels of tho men go out In the fall, and usually do earth, un...

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. — 6 October 1883

DAILY SOUTH MEACHAM & WILGUS, Publishers. Are always In tho lead with LOWEST PIUCES AND BEST GOODS. Don't fail to call on 113 if you want first-class goods at rock-bottom prices. Our stock is the largest ever brought to Hopklnsvillc, and comprises everything in the way of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies', and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and .Valises ! People wnudrr hew we ran sell ooil m much cheaper thai onr competitor It Isslnip'y ll.ls: Our Mr. Frankcl Is always In the market with tho ready eish in his pocket, and takes advantage of birgalns which Is always given him by the hnleale nienhanU who ninth irt of fund. Onr elotuing this season can 't be surpassed. It Is equal to an; merchant tailoring goods In the cnuntrjr, having heoa made by the best merchant tailors In Sew York. We took advantage of Ike dull summer when tailors were Idle, and had them make oar goods at a very small expense, which enables as to give yon Cnstom-Mudo Clothing at about oue-...

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. — 6 October 1883

1 w wUj n't I clironio eonitlntlon md otlnr ol! ditriuef, Hoittvttfr's Btomncli' Dlt- Iwynnil all rniiiiiMrl..,.. Id. I....I The Daily South Kentuckian. in a. M. .Mkachah, FIUDAY, OCTOBEK 5, 1883. Edible Birds' Nests. K.llblo birds' jicsIm aro shipped in largo quantities from Java to China and tlio Kastcrn islands for food. The birds that build them are a species of swallow, and they are found iu dill's, caves and caverns. They are composed of a sort of mucilaginous substance which the Chinese relish wUh gusto. It is a transparent mass like isinglass, mother-of-pearl or white horn. The stuff is made by tlio bird, who, when you opeu the bill, lias large salivary glands under his tongue which supply the mnleri nl. The mcii who hunt these nests are a daring and peculiar set. They have a goddess called Loro who is worshipped by them, and a temple Hta place called liongkop, on the summit of a tall rock. o mortal live here, and none pass by without raising their hands in grave saluta tion...

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. — 6 October 1883

The Daily South Kentuckian. (tmii-NHiivit.i.s bT., Hkt. Main ahoVa. i RIDAY, OCTOUKIl 6, 1883. Free, Gratis, for Nothing! 1 IV) 111 Hundred, of Collars Given Away ! Third Oraml rrm IMatrlbutlnn la th. Vearlr NaMr.rlb.ira of lh holllh Ken turklan -Kvery HwlMrrllwr, at ll.AO VMr.Uim a Tlck.l Krea. . Th drnwlni will tak. tilae. at th vi liniumU, haltintav afternoon, anrl we frurmn le utirfvetly fair unil cmillalile ulalriliiilliin. Below la a ouwutrU Hat of Ilia nranilunu la be ilrawa' l W Fine new Tnp.liitirr, rallied l, .ftno no One new Two-hrve H ai(,n ft 00 , lOneealra Bite Hewing Marliln. Moo 4 Oneeilra Itne Hel ot llaroeea u 00 till nwl of (hint Moo 4 IIm Sllrer I'llelier 10 ou T (m Sue (aier M)oo II One No. Blile.KanMI. II 00 t One No. 1 Ifcmlrie flow , lo oo 10 One No. Hkut,le I'low , loot) 11 One Tom shelter 10 00 It On SK-lhainlier Berolter ;.. mi II One Halt; I rn.lle oft 14 Nie Iwa Hn t i.-ara I 00 14 Onebna Sue Cigar. loo 'W r'lne Altmm I 00 II On kail Ink In (Irani loo la...

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. — 6 October 1883

1 i 1 le dyb,. -.. ..... Iirunlo const I put Ion anrt ntln-r ofi- UeuaMi. Houtelter's Storrmcli Itit- The Home of Daniel Webster. Few south-shore wanderings ' end without a visit to Green Harbor, the former home of Daniel Webster. The bays and ledges from Scititnta south ward were his favorite fishing grounds wnen at Dome, ana nis tall ngure, habited in brown linen, and canned by a great hat, sitting motionless in boat anchored over some ancient ledge, was a familiar sight for years to the fishermen of the south shore. An gling was almost, a passion with the statesman; often ho was known to set out with his rod after a live-o'clock breakfast, and spend the whole day in fishing, ranging the. coast from Gurnet to Scituatc. Many boating parties are made up to sail down to Marshlield over his old course. It is usually a three hours' sail, and for nearly the whole way one has the tall tower of the Standish monument on Duxburv Hill for a landmark. By and by, rounding a point, tho- boat tu...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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