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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 April 1889

W9 m t- tnv i lunircT riRrm iTinv Lin, Newsy .and Progressirfc- SEMI - WEEKLY, '.' At $2,00 per Annum. THE BEIT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 26. 1889. NUMBER 34 .VOLUME XI.: 1 I il 13 II II 13 II II II rl T II ii S k" i PUBLISHED TUESDAY! ABT fMDaTS,' piiao nr mi? a PIT AM m. IBUiivimiu. - Tino. E. Babti.kv, IIubIiiosb Malinger A IDBSCItlPTION (RATES' Ot asp;, oa iw, etrlotlj uU Ii d- ,..n,o aeoopr,ell Month.. I1.M Absolutely Pure. - This powder tc w. A marel HIT, elrenih and wlwleeomoneee. More sTtononihisllhan the ordinary twta, and on solbeeoldinoompntHlon wilktha atnllllad M low Ml, ehort weight el or hphle rowrter.. told only In eana. a"1 6 L B-'1' Nt POlH CO.. IM Wnlltt. II. T. BUSINESS CARDS. Joo reid,Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOrKINSVIIXE, i kV. Will FtmUm Ib HI In. Ooe ot uo nraiu. 4-u-W. F.M.STITES. M.D. oao orur Bank of HopklmTllla, , HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. A. P. Campbell, DEMTSTYVV HOPKINSVILLE. - KY,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 April 1889

5H88 ijokhleullU lUutudtlaiul- .wtundiwt wm, CHA. M. MEACHAM, . FIIIDAY, AI'UIL G, 1SS9. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, A lln aadfrawlagoHrof sis takablSanH, Uaitml In oountr al W,00. Tho LouilTlll. and Nuhrlllehailwollnraot railroad In M oounlj and the people have raoaatljr rotad aid to 9 now road.. Largest tobaooo growing nountrlnthe world. Wheat, corn, hi) aoal, live lock and frulu produced for export la larira iiiianllllw. The eltr haa four bank will, an aggregate oapltal of S4SS.M0. Apian, Ing mill and wagon factory, three oarriago laotorlea, lima faotorr, tobaooo laanufaetory. two fonndiiea, three brickyard, broom fac tory, .team laundry, lea faolory, two large flouring milla In the ally and aeveral In, the rounty. Splendid driving park'and flaa opera hooae. Five turnpike centering la If opktne ville. Building and Loan Aiaoolatlon. Com norolal Clab, a telephone axchaoge. numbered atreeuand how and elty lighted by gu llaoadaniliedetreeuand brick eldewalka all over the olty. Eleven obu...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 April 1889

fcsgsa jtjOiMttftiUU BUttttttkiM THIO. C.IARTLIV, nlaea. M...r FRIDAY, ArKIt, 20, 1889. MASONAL GOSSIP. I Mra. J. RTyle ! qutla ilck wlili J rheumatism. , 1 1 I Mis Lliale Grave has gone to NasbYlll to epeud a week. I Dr. J.'ji Melton, of S.bree City, - waa In town 1 day or two go. j Mis Grace .Crawford U yUHlng Miss UattleKelly.oftue Cask-neigh-b or hood, '. ai ' . ' MIm Lule Bryaq bee been danger ouly III for several da) a, but li now ellghtly Improved. (t 1 " MImLIizI WblU.of Jullen, re lumed to her borne yeitorJay after a pleasant vl.It 10 the eltv. .' , Mra.fi. F. rreslrldgr, of Selma, Ala, arrive) In the elty yesterday to pay a two wceka visit to her eon, Iter. J. N. Preatrldge.' , Mrs. 8. K. Campbell and daughter, Mlea SalHe, were oalled to Hopklus Tllle a few daya laat week by tba Ul nae of Ur, Cook, brother of Mra. Campbell. -Clarksvllle Tobacco Ltaf. CREAM OF NEWS. .11 . ' " Gorman's Minatrelt. Of tlietutustiel show bo iked for to morrow . ut-ht, the Silein New aaya: "Ther...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 April 1889

When with some soap a salesman bold ' , Comes in your place to there unfold ' ' His samples, and proceeds to say: "This equals, sir, in every way The Ivory 'tis made in fact ; ; Ily the same formula exact: i' 'Tis just s white, indeed the man Who makes this soap by perfect plan, Has made the Ivory o'er and o'er ' . - For Procter & Gamble heretofore. Besides, this soap brings to the till More profit than the Ivory wilL" ' r ' t He means to use by such a R.ime, Your reputation and good name A fiaud or counterfeit to sell Of what is known and proven well. This means his soap will never go On its own merits fast or slow; And you, like him, the truth must toss, Clean overboard, or sell at loss, land It means still more, that throughout the The Ivory SoAr's in great demand. For none chase with imitations frail An article that has no sale. And who for counterfeit will pay The price of genuine goods to-day t Then whence can the advantage flow Or how can you " more profit" know? ... A WO...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 April 1889

THE LARGEST ClMl'UTM THE BEST ADVERTItlNO MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. LIV' Newsy and Progwsslve. At $2.00 per Annum. I CIIAS.'M.'MEACIIAM. Tno. K.ltABTr.KV, Business Maungct' a c3 SUBSCRIPTION .HATE! : On V1 on 7 Mr, itrlutlT omo in d eo V iopy,slx months- ' CAN'T BE TOUGHED CD f li rir ' L ; i -. ., VOLUMg"xi."T HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 30. 1889. NUMBER 35 r b i iaji i" i b n a i i i'rriAT- a. mr 1 mFSImt I'M Ism) Sill VJDER Absolutely Pure. This powder M Iirw. A m"S'' parltT, Vlromlh aad w halfla. Meoos.lii.1 orlmary kb'd. su otbsl4HaijUH '""as iaaltll.U U low lest, short wsiM "' ftTSS pow Ion. Hold on! J l r.. K"Y AL BAH. BUSINESS CARDS. John rclmd. J" rld,Jr. -THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIOrKtiTSVILLK, KT. Will tootiM IiiIIIM Coarts at this Oo oaweallk. 4-U-ly. F. M. STITES, M.D. OlNitMlnkil HopUu.rlll, HOrKINSVIU.rV - - KY. A.P.;OampbsU, DEM TOT, HOPKINSVILLE , - - KY. UrBKATlNS A IPBOIALTT. ' OC&c OTer M. Fraokol ft 8ou Dr. J. Zi. DUII1T, iii...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 April 1889

ojihiHMllU Itfittudilatu TUESDAY, A1'RIL30,1889. Yellow fever is killing people it tbe rite of 1UO a day iu Ulo Janeiro, Iiia.ll. MastachtiscUs defeated a prohibit Ion amend men t lo ( tie constitution by 41,000 majority, last week. The Anderson Democrat is tlie name of now seven column weekly paper just started at Lawrcnceburg, by W. C. Stowart. li?e. W. Oitt. chief of a division of tlio ponsiou ofllce, waa dismissed Thursday. With a name like that, Mr. Gitt could hare expected noth ing else. A bloody fight la reported from 8outhwost Oklahoma last week, be tween old soldier settler and cow boys. Six of the settlers were killed and one cowboy wounded. Out hundred yar igo to-day George Washington w5 inaugurated as the first President of1 the United States. If President Washington could drip Iu to-day a'ul s.e his tivintj -Mcou'l successor ruling over forlytwo states and six tenilorics traversed everywhere by railroad and telegraph wiros and a tliousaud cities lighted by electricity a...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 April 1889

TMIO. l.iARTLtV, , tsllaeaa Mtea,er TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1880. Personal gossip. C. T. fcdmuudson returned from Nashville. Mr. O. D. Grlfflp, of Crofton, ' In Iba olty Friday. Mist Olive Allison, of Central City, ! Titltlng Mite Locy McDaulel Mr. I. P. Gerhart, of Clarktville, hu returned home after Vltlt to ber parent. ' Harry Ware, of Clarktville, and "Webb Bell, of Naihvllle, tpent Sun day In tbe elty. Mr. Tooe. H. Wade, of JluaUrllle AU., ba been vltltlng frlondt' In tbe elty for leveral day. ' Mr. A. W. Pyle and Mlu Annie Builth left fridav for Firylew to vUlt friend) tor tercral day. ' Mr. Jae. Radford, of Memplilt, pent Sunday in the olty tbe guost of bit uncle, Mr. W. T. Kadlord. Mr. A. B. Caldwell will Ieae Fri day tor Atlanta, tia., to be absent for ereral month on a visit to relative Ulaa Hattle Craven returned to her home, near Belleview, yeaterday, after a visit to her titter, Mr. 1. U Craven. Mr J. K. Gaut and tbres child- dren will leave Ihl week for Europe to be sone ii...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 April 1889

When with some soap a salesman bolj Comes in your place to there unfold His samples, and proceeds to say; "This equals, sir, in every way The Ivory; 'tis made in fact By the same formula exact; 'Tis just as white, indeed the man Who makes this soap by perfect plan, Has made the Ivory o'er and o'er For Procter & Gamble heretofore. Besides, this soap brings to the till More profit than the Ivoky will." He means to use by such a game, Your reputation and good name A fiaud or counterfeit to sell Of what is known and proven welL This means his soap will never go On its own merits fast or slow; And you, like him, the truth must toss, Clean overboard, or sell at loss, land It means still more, that throughout the The Ivory Soap's in great demand. For none chase with imitations frail An article that has no sale. And who for counterfeit will pay The price of genuine goods to-day? Then whence can the advantage flow Or how can you " more profit " know ? A WORD OF There ire many white soaps...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 May 1889

ft!ti$t5tfte live, Newsy and Progressive, SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. ) TflE LARGEST CIRCULATION. L THK BEST ADVERTIIINO MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. VOLUME XI. ' HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MAY 3.4889. NUMBER 36 miitir1t'iiitB'blmnit fUBLIBHED TUE3CATB AND FMDAYB,' m,T ear " w V " CMS. M. MEACIIAM. Tiuo. E. Baiiti.ev, Iliisinoss Manager OBSCRIFTION f HATES v One uii ons ysari ltrloUy u a- anoe H.0S nvoopy,ats month Il.oo .- 'y- m iirC'' - i . Absolutely Pure. This powrler as Tarte, A marvel of parity, nrentnn anu w raiwirari. ooaoali-.it than the ordinary kind and eaa H b told to ooattMdUOB with the multitude f low Ust, abort weight aJuia or P"!' r owners, pmu only in cidi. i a v KU POWUKKC0..14 Wall St. N. T. BUSINESS CARDS. JofaaraUad. f f , Jno relaad,Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOPKINS V I LLE, . -, - KY. Will Fraeltos IllIIIM Cuts ol Iku Com' SsoeiaTealla, 4-U-ly. F.M.STITES, M.D. OtVoa over Bank of Hopk.osvil1e( llOPKINSVILLE, . . . KV. A. P. Camp...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 May 1889

ijoHiincullU tatiuklam CHAS.M. MlACriAHA, 4 i i CdlUr Fill DA V, MAY fl, 18S0. HOPKINSVM-LE, KENTUCKY. A lire and growing oltr ot fi.000 lnhaUUntt, UuattHl in oounty ol 40,000. The Louitvlllo And Nulivllle It two liDMoi ra.lrotJln ihm county and the people bavo raicently toted aid tokj new roads. Largeat tobacco growing couDlylntbo world. Wheat.oorn, bay coal. live sterna and frnlta produced for export ta larpre i:anUti-. The elty baa four banki with hu aggregate oapltal of I&9,0f0. A plan tng in tH and wagon factory, throe carriage factories, lime factory, tobaooo manufactory. two foundries throe trlckyarda, broom fac tory, itt-im laundry, lea factory, two largo flouring mllla In the olty and eeveral In the ooonty. Splendid drlrlng park'and fine opera bonte. Five turnpike centering In Hopklae TlUa. Building and Loan Aaaoolatlon, Com mercial Club, a lelepbooe exoban go, numbered atreeUand bouaca and elty lighted by gaa alaeadamiioditreeUand brick lidewalka all over tbe city fclo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 May 1889

THIO. I. iAHTl.Ur, SiJiMM Mlat FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. ? Mri. T. C. Hanbery li at Dawson ' Mri. Waller Kolly hai returned from Frankfort. Mrt. J. M. Burling ha returned : from jLoulavIllo. i Mr. M. L. Lipscomb Tin returned f from Columbli, Mo. ' ' ' ' w. w. Harnett, or remorono. was In the city- yesterday. Mlaa Kitle Mcbaulel paid a rlslt to ClarkiTllle Tuesday. Mri. C. 8. Timothy, of Nashville, la rlaltlng Mrt. 8am Stltei. . Mr. 8. C. Bledsoe, of Oweniboro, visited frtenda In the otty tUli week. Mtsa Graoe Crawford returned from a rliit to the country .Wednes day. Mra. Wattle Row and daughter, of Elkton, art visiting Mrs. J. M. Mlaa Nellie Crlder, of Princeton, baa returned home after a Tialt to Mra. J. T. Rice. ' - Drt. Clardy and Motcalfe lecture to the Couuly wheel at Manitou, Hopklna county, to-day. . Mlesee Mallle Chllea and Llxzle Rutherford.of Trenton, have returned bom after a rlslt to Hattle UraTea. Dr. and Mra.. Claienca Anderaon, of Princeton, war the gueat...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 May 1889

fyWtmUU ffetttutkianJ IB AND 20 NINTH TREIT, HOPKINSVILLE, - KENTUCKY. ' ADVERTItlUQ SATES. One Inch on time, 11.00; on week, 1.U; six Bstmtus. tw 00; iwelvo tnouthe 16.00. One column otic lliitfl,llS.uo;n wfk, 118 00: six uk.iiUik, lt.ix ; twelve iuuili, 1IW 00, THE ICE QUESTION. At the season is near at hand for parties to make cuntracta for their aupply of Ice, it would be well for thorn to giro more attention than usual to thequestiou of the purity of tho article, Only within . a few years baa tlio fact come to the goueral knowledge of the puhho that a great deal of the Ice In common ueoisprao tlcally poisonous. There was a wild, popular delusion, long entertained that no matter how bad the water might be when it waa onco frozen it must be purified. The theory waa Tery simple, that freezing was a puri fying prooeis, and that ice Itself might b3 accepted as tho emblem of purity. The fact is that tho worst polapns whlih wa encouutor in our water auplies are preserved by freezing a...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 May 1889

fn THE LARGEST CIMl'LATIuN. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. Live, Newsy and Progressive. SEMI-WEEKLY, . At $2.00 par Annum. i i ' r nTMffyL- 1 HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN CQUTj-1 JL- ' NUMBER37 PUBLISHED TDEBDAT8 AND FRIDAYS, mMEACIIAM. Thko. E. Baiitlkv, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Oh eopy, oat imi, etrloUy out la ad- anoe V itepriftlz month. IM Absolutely Pure. Thit powdr Tt varlM. A marte. ol PurltT, trnrtb and wliolwKim nfc. Mora I i . i. ..... Anlinirv hi ii its. sVntl OU- THE FATE OF GENIUS. I'm married to A woman iio It wetldeil to a broom and daiter, Hho twocpa and rub, And scours and aorubi Thing to a moit uuoartbly lutler. I itand the duit A fellow mu.l But, oli I my foot! tip fairly border On madncRt, when .Kiinmt! amunl) Sue gout for llcaveu'a Drat law Order I Ob, when Intent On buH.ne.ui bent, I toe tier fairy fingers flutter About my poor M&, I'm nu re The devaaiatlon will bo uttorl For, whrn the ihlnlu Tbut all Uiecbintta Within my...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 May 1889

IjoplrttwmlU Kttttttckiatt. CHAS. M. MEACHAM, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1889. HOPKIMSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A lire ml rowlul ellf of , Innabllanla, elluatcilinaoounlrof M.000. The Loumille and Nanhvlllelue two lines of railroad In ihe oounir and tne noople have recently rotod aid totfi new roade, LarReot tobacoo trowing eounu In tne world. Wheal, oom, haj eoal, llva alock and rutu produced tor export la lair iii-.anlltiaa. The city baa lour banna lib an agnrcgate capital of MJH.Ooe. A plan ing mill and wagon faotory, three carriage factories, lime faotory, tobacco inanufaotor;, two fonmlriee, three brlokyarda, broom fan tory. atfam lanedrj, ice faolory, two large flouring mini In the city and aeToral la the oonnty. Splendid driving park'and toe opera houao. fire turnplao oenterlng In Hopklna llle. Unildlngand Loan Aaaoolatlon, Com mercial Club, a telephone exchange,numbered atreeU and honaea and city lighted by gaa Alaoadamlioditreeteand brick aldewalka all orer the olty. Eleven oburchee, two oolle...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 May 1889

JjopkitwUle -KenttttMon. TMIO. K.IARTLEV, Bealaess Meoser TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Iks lturnelt lias returned from Dawson. Mra. It. C. ltoach,of Gracoy, y1bIIo1 the city Saturday. Mr. W. E. Ramdule weut to Clarksvllle Saturday. ' Mr. C. T. Barker, of West Fork wu in town Saturday. Mr. Albert Wlshard, of Iudlanapo Hi, wu la the city Sunday. Mill Lltzle Gravel Returned yeiter day from a visit to Trenton. Mrs. J. T. Coleman, of Bouuetla- town, wai in town Saturday. Mis Willie Barr.of BowllogGreon Ii visiting Miss Susie Tandy. M!n Emma Grander, of Earllng ton, la visiting Mn. A. J. Meador. Mrs Lizzie Cox. of Nowstead, ii Dendlnir the week with Mr. C. M. Meacbam. Mrs. Kate Donirliertv. of Macon Cltv. N. Y.. Ii visiting her brother, Mr. Alex. Campbell. Iter. J. T. Barrow will leava for Memphis Thursday to attend the Southern Baptist Convention. Mlas Lucy McDiulol and her guest, MIm Olivs Allison, Waited Miu Hal- lie Hives, of Lafayette, liut lriday, Mist Stella Phillips,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 May 1889

eala IS AND 9.0 NINTH STRUT, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. APVEaritlKB BATES. Onn Inuli one time, fl AO; on week, II JO; ell taoiitht, (!) uu: twolvo niomm !.. ,,.. (lii.n.)lumnone llme,ll.oi;'one week,ll8.og, ix uiuuilia, twww; twelve uiuuihe, f 1W.0O. SOUTH CHRISTIAN. A Defence of the Low Levy Meth odist Conference Crop I emi. IUiinbon, May 1 In in Issue of recent dale you s-ay the court of Claims made a mistake Id not making levy to redeem bouds. The county now uaa on hand a tuiplus of 127,' 000. Bonds have boon called for by order of said court but tkey cease to come. We have got to pay a prem luni of 5 per cent, in order to use the surplus. Hence the court thought it Inexpedient to levy a tax to redoem bonds at a premium, which was wUe ou their part. Christian county is ready at anytime to uioet her obllgt tions and will take in all of her out standing bonds when the holders ili them paid. Said bonds are not dm- until 1897 and to pay a premium of 5 per rent, iu order to redeem tk...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 May 1889

d ri ri J v w Live, Newsy tod Progressive. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED." VOLUME XI. 'HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MAY 10.4889.- NUMBER 38 KRttttU PUBLISHED TUE8DAT8 AND FKIDAY8, C1IAS. M. M EACH AM. Tiieo. E. Hartley, Business Manager t VBBOIU PTIOM i CK ATES. Ou eopy, oa vsar, strloUv wt la sd- UM I s sopv, all awatbs I1.M 1 ALMSai jflf POWDER Absolutely Pure. Ttiti Dowilcr tew Tertae. A Bim! MirllT. slranjrth and vboImommMi man oooomlosvl than tha ordinary kinda, and ottMaoidUeomtMiuioa wiia altitude) erf low (, abort waif ht alaat or phoihU rowden. Sold oaly In eaae. SOTAL Bj NM POWDKUCOM IM WalltU. M. T. BUSINESS CARDS. J ofci rslaad. M HBUad, Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOPKINSVILLE, - KY. will PraoltM la all tks Ceorta at UltOoai amawulU. A-lS.lv. F.M.STITES, M.D. onto over Bsak of llopkla.tllls, HOPKINSVILLE, - - - KY. A. P. Campbell, DENT8T. HOPKINSVILLE. - - AT. OPKBVATlJf...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 May 1889

ijoiluncuiUe Bcntutklatu CHAl.M. MtACHAM, . FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1SS9. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A lire and irowlBi rlt? of S.KXI Inbanllanle, elluaUil In a eolinl; ol S0.000. 'J he Unllelille nd MaaliTllle hn twolineaof railroad In the county and the people have reoenllT voted aid tol3 uewroada. Laracet tobacoo growing eountT In the world. Wheat eora, ha; ooal, live Mock and frulta produced for export In luiyn -. anltlt a. The eltr baa four hanki ill. an agerogale eapllal of Sj,0N. A plan ing mill and wagon factory, three carriage fai'.loruse, lime factory, tobaoeo manufactory, two fimndrlea, three iTlcsyaple, broom fao tory. id-in laundry, lie feolory, two large Hourli g ulllelntuo city and eeveral la the county. Splendid driving park'and one opera bimee. rive turnpike centering In Hopklna vllle. Knlldlngand Loan Auoolatton, Com mercial Uub, alolophone exchange,numbered trectaand houaca and city lighted by gaa alacadamlxod atroeta and brick Idewalae all over the city. Elevra oburcbca, tw...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 May 1889

jEjopMnwUU Jlentttfkion. TrIIO. l.iARTLIV, eslaess MtBSP FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrt. J. T. Illoe ha returnod from Princeton. Mis Jennie Doll It vl.ltlug friend it Saddlerevllle, Tenn. Mrt. T. O. Yale i yUltlug ber liubnd' mother In Clarkavlll. Mr. C. M. Latbam aud children bare goue to Memphis ou a TialL Mr. Aim Petreo, of Ttgg county, 1 vlslliug the ramiiy oi judge roiree Miss Callla Galladay, of ltoarlug 8rluga, U vlaltlugMlas Lona Gris aara. hi. M. Ilauberr and wife are In Trigg csuuly ou a visit to friends tlila weuk. Iir. and Mra. Claraoua Anderson ot 1'ilueutuu, rutuniid twine Ilia Oral ul'iliii noilc. .Mr. and Mra. II. IUllh. of Clncln iiali, are vlailtng I he family of Hen lioiciibauin. Mra. W. II Tudor and daughter, Haiti, of l'aducah, aie vUlllug the family or Mr. Vf. T. lUdford. T. II. Itichardson waa badly bruit ed about the face, Wedneaday, by be ing kicked by ail unruly liorae. 1UT. J. N. l'rca.rldgo, Ktr. J. T Harrow aud l'rof. llu.l are attending the ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 May 1889

IjoykiitouUle runtucluanJ . 18 ANO 20 NINTH STREET," - HOPKINSVILLE, - KENTUCKY. AEVESTItlKQ BATES. One lnr,1! one time, 11.00; on week, 91.10: sooiitnt. an wi; weiv moinn. ia.00 On-liuii onetltne.lll.O ; on. werk, $18.00 ots I o nhe, 41W.0C; twelve month', $100 00. MANCHURIAN DOGS The rarnlter Wedillna; l-ortlnn of Wealthy Mongolian llrlflei. In Manchuria and Mongolia a young woman's woddlng portion consists not always of so many head of cuttle, but iroqueniiy oi so many uotjn, wuicu m-u to form the nucleus of a dojj farm, those boing roured for the sake of the thick fur with which tho dogs In the tlttorly-cold rofflons nro so excolontly oumuatoi The notes Issued by tho endowed, as indeed they would need to bank wore ,upIK)9ej to be. and In tho bo, soslnjf that in midwinter the ther- ory W0P0 0XBCtiy equal in amount to momotor (rahreiihoit) sometimes Inns to 25 do?, bolow zoro, L e., 57 dog. of frost, this Dusinoss is as sysiomouo- any caiTiou on as is mat oi snoop farming in Austr...

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