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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 22 February 1884

filx.w, 9ffl9?Pt (t ft I2& Ad fi ft VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY... FEBRUARY 22. 1884. NUMBER 16 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUI ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY M0I1KINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. PVtthiSUSRH AND PROPRIETOR. j, SUBSCRIPTION RATES- 1 CT' on yri atrlctly cali in art- Tnce " . '. j,oo One copy, tlx niontlu, f 1,00 No uliwrlptloni taken oil ttm u all aiers stopped when out. Una copy true to any one sending us Ire yearly canh subscribers. BUSINESS CARDS. J. T. DONALDSON, ART PAPER HANGER And Interior Dkcokatou, HOPKINSVILLE, KY., Wishes to reipei'trullv nnur his services and HimiN Yam Constant I'iaotiui In the Wall I'ap.r business, to the oitlauns of this plHM am) vicinity. Charifes reasonable and satlsfarlioa In regald to workinanihlji fully , guaranteed. N. It. I am the onlr person In Southern Kentui'kv that fallout the hunlness exclusive- ( ly and keeps up with all the latent styles aud 1 de.iaus in advance of each season. ' may-M-'M. R. W. HENRY. AI...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 22 February 1884

mma south mam, CIIA9. M. MEACHAH, Bdltor Fill DAY.' FEBIIUATIY22, 1884. ENLARGEMENT. The Semi-AVekkly South Ke TCfKiAK is not yet out of its swad dling clothes, but it lias succeeded so far beyond our expectations, that we havo t'oiind it necessary to enlarge in order to meet tho requirements of our advertising patronage. The col umns of the paper have been length ened two inches, thereby sriving us nearly three columns of additional simce. AVe cannot refrain from availing ourselves of tho present op portunity to thank tho business mcu of Ilopkinsvillc tor the encouraging patronage they have extended to us, uud the substantial maimer in which they have helped us to give tho pco iilo of Christian and surrounding counties a first-class semi-weekly pa per at tho price of a weekly. "Wi? shall endeavor to merit the continued and increased patronage of tho pub . lie, promising that all demands shall tbe promptly injitTlio subscription jirico will remain as heretofore, $2.03 per annum, cas...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 22 February 1884

mum mn vmw FIUDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1881. C. C. NOIILU Is our traveling oorriwHoniumt mid uulsliios. manager, and all contract mndo by htm will be carried out by na. Mkacdam & Wu.uis. Our Agents. The following persons an our authoriicd agents, who will receive subscriptions (or tlto hKMI-KILT80lTll KlSTl'GICUK: J. W. Williams, Pembroke, Ky. . ... i.iunu., a ..v.., j . C. W. Lnnderman, Trenton, Ky. J. M. Ailuuia 4 Co., Church Hill, Ky. P. II. Hancock, Caaky, Ky. J. 0. Marqnew, I'wlee, Ky. . Un. liertic I. Urirnn.Lafayotta Ky, II. J.Faulknor,Calelonla,Ky. W. II. Ilarton, KlrkmanavlIlB, Ky. Kor. Jaa. Allensworth, Klmn, Ky. SOCIALITIES. Mr. K. It. MeKce, of Longvlcw, was In to ot'O U8 Wednesday. Mr. Ceo. E. Gary and bride, of Howling Green, nro in the city, the guests of Mr. M. C. Forbea. Mrs. C. II. Dietrich and Miss Bettic Stevenson are visiting relutivei in Princeton this week. Mr. (ieo. H. Pioreo returned a few days ago from a three weeks' trip to Texas. Ho was much pleased with th...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 22 February 1884

a .. 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. ' DXMOCRATIO OOBNTT COMUITTKIt. fl. A.Champlln.Ch'm., HopklnsvlUo. Chas. M. Mcajliam, Scc'ty., " K. O. Ituokncr, ' (1 s. Ilrnwn, ' K W.Walker, " It. W. Henry, " .1. M.I" Pool, Balnbriilgo. .Inn. M. Dulin, Crnfton. lien Carter, Pedoe. Jnn.C. Whitlock, Nowstoad. AustluPoay, Garrottsburg. CIRCUIT courtT. ".fnhn R.Urace Jwlie.Cadii. Ky., H. T. Un derwnml Clerk. Hoiiklnsv'llo. Ky. Court meets drst Mon lay in March and September, HOARD OF CITY COUNCU MEN. JohhU Ltrrt m, Chairman. K. P.CAMrBBi.i., K. J. lHOITNULU, IV It. HKtKI, ll. P Mcwr, M . I.trsTisa. Wlf. Kl.l.IK. Mnotn tar. Tueadav In naeh month anil anhjcol to Che call nf theC'iairman. Meetings held in clt court room" QOARTitnLY COURT, W. P. Winfroo Judge. Meets Isil Monday In 4arc.lv, Juno, Soptomhcr, Doeombor. OOUMTV COURT. W.P. Winfree.Iu.lio, E.O. Scbroo, .ttor nay. Jfoets flrst Monday in ovory month. A CITY COURT. .Toali Brasher. Judge: W. Pnynn At tirney, F. W. Itiggorstun". Chinf of l'oilico. COUNTY ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 26 February 1884

4 . t, Qir it W1 n j; (. ... VOLUME VI. CHA8. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUg ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FHIDAY IIOIISIN'O I1Y MEACHAM & WILGUS. PVIlLIHUUhH ASD PROPHlETO&b. i,.'.-''A1,rt(,,i',-'','"""''A'M.iV'u-,'1,,...,.V't. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copy, ono year, strictly cash in ad vance 2,n0 One copy, six months (1,00 - No subscriptions taken on tlinp and all papers slopped when nut. One copy free lo any ono sending iisflve yearly cash ulMcrihersi BUSINESS CARDS. ART PAPER HANGER Ami Intkiiiou Dkcoiiatoh, HOPKINSVILLE, - - - - KY, Wlftht lo reupwffitllv nffiT hid orvlrot am) KlXTKKM Y Kill ( OSKTAST I'HAL'TICIK 111 tllC Willi rttp.r InmincitH, to tlio citizen! of thin ilit Mitil vlrinii v. i;hftrKc ritaftnnnitlo find ntlNffirtlnn in reg.'ttU to workman ship fully (UHrnntufil. N. II. I am tlio onlr pi'runn in Southern Kenturky tlmt follow tin? liu'liif rxrlimivn ly mid km' up with nil tli Intent itv.u nod hi ml v unco of each auaou. nmy-tt-'tUi. R. W. HENRY, mwiricnta at law, Eas...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 26 February 1884

iwiw sduis mwm, ('.HAS. M. M EACH AM, K.titor TUESDAY, FEBKUAUY2C 1881. The 8latuo of Gon. Lcp, at Xew Or leans, was unveiled Friday with much ceremony. Somebody who has figured it out says 51,000 square miles of territory aro drained by the Ohio river. Mr. C. J. Yngcr has taken in Mr. J. W. Cooper, late of Evansville, as a partner in the publication of the Leitchficld Sunbeam. Both of the National will bo held in Conventions The Re- Chicago. publicans convene June 3 and the ' Democrats July 8. Salmi Morse, the author of the "Passion Flay" which ho failed to git on the boards, committed suicide by drowning, last Friday, in New Yorl . The Greenback party is going to put a presidential ticket in the field again this year. The National Con vention will be held in Indian.ipolis, May 2Sth. Mr. I. C. Lather was married in Owen county to Miss A. Razor, last Thursday. If they consulted the eternal fitness of things the preacher was named Harbor. The constitutional term of sixty days of the ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 26 February 1884

r( v.: 3 v.' (v. r imiw south mam Tl'KSDAY, KKIMIUAUY, 20, 1881. C. O. N9IILK In our traveling cnmvponilent and lmlslueas ninnuger, nnd all coiilinets iiimlu by him will be carried out by us, Mhaciiam X WiMirs. SOCIALITIES. J n ilyo J no. It. Graco is In tho city. Dr. L. Sijuiiv.s, a Kuttawa dentist, was ill llio city Suuttay. Mi'8. C. W. Ilea ami children leave to-day for Ttiiiiiusgjc, to bo gonoseve riil months. Mrs. Ja. li. Justin and hiii dunli toiMisn Lou Rudrt, aro visiting in Cadi. this week. Mr. J. W.I. Smith, tliccfllciont rail road iTJunt, lias gone to Chicago to visit hill son. A. II. Clark, Revenue nfcnt. Is in thu city and will have his headquar ters hero in thu future. Mm. Dr. Jas. Wheeler haH returned from a vinit to liar daughter, Mrs. llodgn, of Atlanta, Ga. l)r. It. It. itounio attended the niecting of the Tennessee Dental As sociation at Nashville last week. Mr. Theodore Jones, tho Phoenix Hotel drtiggiiit, left yesterday for Onensboro on buwincHS. Ho will re turn...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 26 February 1884

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. IffiM 11 OBI. o. DEMOCRATIC 0OUNTT COMMITTSlt. A. Ohaniplin, Ch'm.. Hopklnsville. Chas. M, Men :1mm, Soc'ty t. u. iiuukncr, O !. Itrown, " V. W. Walker, V " K. Vt. Ileiirv, " I. U. l"lW, Halnbridge. Inn. M. Dulin, Crofton. Bon Carter, redee. Jim. CI. Whitlro-k, Nowstcad. Austin I'eay, Garrettsuurg. CIRCUIT COUHT. John It. (Jraco.ii'H0,Cadu, Ky., U. T. Un derwood Clerk, Hnpkiiisv'lle. Ky. Our' morts 1rst Monday in March ami opteinbo.r. 110. VII I) DC CI TV COUNCUMKS. J0111C I. ath v, Chairman. K. P. CaxrBRi.ii) Y. J. WWW NULL, I). It. IlKAKII, II. r MlsCtKT, M. I.?PTINS. Wu. Eu.ts. Meets 1st. Thim'Kt In each month ami snlded to thiicnll of the Clairman, Meetings Hold u oity court room. , '. s ' QUARTERLY CODRT, W. P.' Win free JiuIk. Mn'ti Isil Mon.la; In H.iro.h, June, September, Decombor. ' , COUNTY COURT. W.P. Wlnfreq Judge, E. (3. Rebreo, Attor nay. aleeta Qrst Monday in every niontu. CITT COURT. .Toah flraher, Judge; .T. W. Pavne At t irnoy; Y. V. Ulggerstatr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. FEBRUARY 29. 1884. NUMbhH 48 CHA3. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUS IS. LINCOLN'S AMBITION. ISSUED KVKItV TUKslUV AND KlllDAY MOIIN1.- II V MEACHAM & .WILGUS. f vn i, is ii Kits- A xn p nor hi eto its. Hor Early Determination to Ee- come the "Wife of the Presi dent cftho United States. -r -s&sm v:eA ?Ttfr? M V. .: "i? v.'l SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, mu yi;.r, tttr.ctly ::ih1i In VtUlt'O I'-t'W flllM0iy, rtix ItlOlttlH ' l, 00 So iiiUiiilltm tiiWi'ii time ini'l nil pa i him Hlop)ji'i m Urn mit, (tun riiy frt'o t Any ono Hun-llng us live Vi'urlv vh H.il.r rihi'if, BUSINESS CAR fa. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED Ycur Insuran.o Sollcitel in tho ' PHCENIX Insurance Company, lK IIAIITKtillli, CliNN. ( !l-ll ( fcnltul, l.tttliijtlit'ii, , 'll'llll, . , T. it ii I A !. T'lllll l-H.' I aid, , j.nCH'.IKlO.Ofl , I.HIU.IIU.HJ . l.ltf.MM . 4.44I1.SOH.H1 , lll.l, tll.UU Knir (lulli'lM aitnin.1 I"'! nr iliiiniijioliy Fire nml l.itililniii. illiixil inlil...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

4 1. 3 mm u onui, CHAS. M. M EACH AM, - - . ... Editor FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 29,- 1884. TlioRegistcr of tlio Land Office la dead and his office ought to die with him. , . The newspaper correspondents at Frankfort arc now busy assisting Gov. Kuottto appoint a Register of the Land Office. . February has five Fridays this year, the like of which has not occurred since 1850. It will not happen again until 1924. - The raging Ohio is rapidly seeking its bed and is now about 20 feet at Louisville and less than 40 at Cincin nati. It is now below the danger lino and fulling. Tlio Louisville Exposition Directo ry has settled on August lGth as the time for opening the second Southern Exposition and it will continue sixty days. 1 An exchange says a double-hand ful of eight penny nails were found ii) the stomach of a fat cow killed in Spencer county. She probably eight them. Tho Mardi Gras fostivities were in augurated at New Orleans, Tuesday, with great pomp and ceremony. A Mardi Gras celebration wa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

SDH! SOUTH Mm CHAS. M. M BACH AM, . .... K (lltor FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 29.- 1884. TlioJtejnster of tho Land Olficc is dead and his office ought to die with liini. . , Tlio newspaper correspondents at Frankfort arc now busy assisting Gov. Knott to appoint a Register of tho Land Office. February lias five Fridays this year, the like of which has not occurred since 1830. It will not happen again until 1924. The raging Ohio is rapidly seeking lu bed mid is now about 20 feet at Louisville and less than 40 at Cincin nati. It is now below the danger line and falling. The Louisville Exposition Directo ry has settled on August 16th as the time for opening the second Southern Exposition and it will continue sixty days. ; An exchange says a double-hand ful of eight penny nails were found in the stomach of a fat cow killed in Spencer county. She probably eight them. k Tho Mardi .Gras festivities were in auguratcd at New Orleans, Tuesday, willi great pomp and ceremony. A Mardi Gras celebration was a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

4 1 ;,(! : mnm mi mm FRIDAY, FERItUAKY, 21), 1884. C. C. NOllLK la our traveling ciTsionilciit mul business innungcr, and alt coulrucls tnude by him will 1)0 carried nut ly im. MtiUHAM ft WiLum. SOCIALITIES. Mr. Ed Hoyd, of GUh & (iarncr'K drujr, sloro, Is (pillo Hick. Mr. J. I'M Summers, of Cadiz, vm in the city the curly part of the week. Mlns Muiulo Ilunry returned fiomu Tuosduy, uftcr a two weeks' visit In the city. Col. Kd Ueeco, manager of (lie En terprixc Soap Works, Nusliville,Tenn., is in the city. Mrs. John II. Milliken.of Franklin, is visiting tier mother, Mrs. 1). T. Underwood, l)iir!n the absence of hU wife Mr. C. Y Ken is boarditiif at Mr. A. C. Overshlner's. Mr. Suniucl Jolinsou and son, hedge fence men, are guests at tho Bur bridge House. t Col. Jno. W. Morton, of tho Spirit of (he Farm, Nashville, is in the city in the interest of bis paper. Mr. II. I). Wallace, business mana ger of our weekly contemporary, re turned yesterday from a visit to Crit tenden county....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

r;. I A . 1 . .: - i i i 1 J FRIDAY, FKItKUAHV, 21), 1881. (,'. C. NOlil.K Is our traveling tiii'itHMiinletit and business manager, ami nil conti acts made ly him will Ih curried mil by us. Mkaciuii ft V lull's. SOCIALITIES. Mr. EJ Boyd, of Glah & (lUiiier'n tl jf Hiuro, U quite Hick. Mr. J. Kil Stiiiiinors, of Cadiz, wan in the city tlio curly purl of the week. Minn Mamlo Henry ictuiiiml fioino TiicHilny, nftcr a two weeks' visit in the city. Col. Ed Itcocn, manager of the En terprincSoap Works, NusUvlllel'cnn., U In the city. Mix John II. Millikcn.of Franklin, is visiting her mother, Mrs. II. T, Underwood, During tlic aluonco of liU wifo Mr. C. V. Hua in boardiu at Mr. A. C. Oveibliiner's. Mr. SuiiiiiclJolinsoii aud son, licdgo fence men, are gtiuttts at tlio Bur bridgu House. Col. J no. W. Morton, of the Spirit ofUm Farm, Naslivlllo, U iu the city in tlie interest of liU paper. Mr. H. I). Wallace, buHincss miliia- yer of our weekly contemporary, re turned yesterday from a vis...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 29 February 1884

CITY BARBER SHOP SAM HAWKINS &CO, OVBR HOPPER'S druo stobb HOPKINSVILLE. KY. imim: scuih wnm NASHVII.LK STltF.KT. UOHvINSVILLi:. KENTUCKY. Roapoctfully invito the public to their Tonsorial Parlor. uromlalnir to do Sll A VI NU . II Alll CUTTING SHAMPOOING Ao., Ill tha most exoellcnt 'r stylo , C. A. Thompson, -DEALER IN-r CLU.B LIST. Wo will fnrnlsh-tlie following papers and po- rlodWv.il Willi theSKMI-WKKKI.VSoi-TIl Klin- TiTKi as al tlio subjoined cheap rates: Dallv Courier-Journal 'H-- Wocklv Courier-Journal -VM ' Louisville Commercial I3-00 Farmers Home Jonrnul., W Peterson's Magaiino S-8U (Jodcy's Lady's Book :-,w Now York Weekly Sun fMtii.tnntl Knwl . K.IU IIIIIIJ, CUTLERY, -ALL KINDS OF- TO CORRESPONDENTS. We want fresh, reliable anil readablo letters from every neighborhood where the Skmi- WitKki.v Sch th Kestcckian circulates, uivc us the news plainly, correctly, briefly and Intel luiblv. without needless comment or rhetorical rt.,..nidlwMi 1it nnnhitliarv notice exceed ...

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

'i f VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 4. 1884. NUMBLR.49 I, r-. i. 'V. . i 1 ;V. CHA8. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGU8 ISSUKD EVEltV TUKSDAY AND FitlDAY MOKNINU II V MEACHAM & VVILGUS. t vn lis ii Kits asi vnormtToiiii. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ouo oopjr, one year, triatly aiuh in ail- vanca s,(io , Ouo copy, nix nionthn $1,00 Nn aulMcrlitlmu tnkun on time ami all inwni ' tloppt'il hin nut. One copy free to ny one semllng iu Ore Teitrly cuh inilmcrlln-1. business cards: TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED. Tour Insurance Solicited In the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OK IIAItTFOKI), CONS. ('HhI ('HplUI, . , l.lllillll', . . . furplti, . . . Tiilnl A-t, , . Tolttl IjMmtut PttMl, t limo.on0.0O l,IH.0m.H7 . l.UMIMI . 4.tni,.ai lu,wi,3u4.wi Mm llrlc npnlii.! Imw r ilmnniTf lijr Fire ami l.iiflitnkitg. without nriilllioni.l f-harx. Tortmilo, Cyclone ami Winil-Miiriu luturaoa bwuwt. FARM PROPERTY A 81'KCIAI.TY. Campbell & Rodgers, AtiKNTS, Hopldnaville, Kentucky. OPFIi'K: tiM Floor Hank...

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

i nil' sum ran CHAS. M. MEACHAM, E.lltor TUESDAY. MAltCII 4, 1884. Ex-Gov. Hubbard, of Connecticut, died last Wednesday, aged CG years. There arc 01 cx-Con federate and 64 ex-Union soldiers in the Lower llonseof ConjrrossT W. E. L. A. If nothing happens to prevent, a Democratic President will be inaugu rated one year from to-day. The Cadiz Telephone is regaling its readers with wonderful egg sto ries. 15o careful Bro. Wimbcrly and don t eggs-aggerate. "Wo would like to sec llradlcy and Breckeuridgo lock horns on the rag ing stump. Danville Tribune. Then you arc not Bradley's friend Ex-State Treasurer Marsh T. Tolk of Nashville, Tenn., died suddenlv al his home Friday evening. His trial for defalcation was to have com menccd to-day. lie was under n heavy bail bond. Investigated By A Legislative uommiuco. Tlio Committee to investigate the "Western Asvlttin arrived Thursday and spent Friday m inspecting the Asvlum and surroundings. The first session was held Saturday morning in the Pli...

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

ft a" mm south egii led." - C1IA9. M. M EACH AM, . Editor W. K. L. A. Investigated TUESDAY. MA11CII 4, 1884. Ex-Gov. Hubbard, of Connecticut, died last Wednesday, aged 66 years. There are CI cx-Confodcrato and 64 ex -Union soldiers in the Lower House of Congress. If nothing happens to prevent, a Democratic President will be inaugu rated one year from to-day. The Cadiz Telephone is regaling its readers with wonderful egg sto ries, lie careful Bro. Wimbcrly and By A Legislative Committee Wo would like to sec Bradley and Breckeuridgo lock horns on the rag ing stump. Danville Tribune. Then you are not Bradley's friend. Ex-State Treasurer Marsh T. Polk, of Nashville, Tenn., died suddenly at his home Friday evening. His trial for defalcation was to have com menced to-day. IIo was under a heavy bail bond. ' Representative AV. II. Payno of Warren, has resigned his scat in the House of Representatives in conse quence of ill-health. His successor will bo elected next Saturday. Hon. C. U. McEl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 4 March 1884

1 ,4 7 r i"- r i if V r v. 11:,. ( A mma south TUKSDAY, MAItCII 4, 1884. 0. C. NOI1I.K In our traveling coiTUripoiKluiit mid bugine. limniigtr, ami nil cuulrucU inuile by linn will bo (iirrlml nut by uh. Mk.U'Ham ft U'lLcHS. for a private rosidonco. I repaired tliu lluptinl elimvli. 1 was paid by tlie 'J'nislues of the churdi ami the time about u w eek I think was deducted Iroiu my pay IViiin the Stale. I have never worked on any private wn trart and received pay from the State at the Hume tiiiij." Tito wituui tlieii Ifttve nejfalivo uihwci-i, to all tho jfiiii eral questions almvo m sntloiiutl and added. 'I may lie partial, but I think tilings out there are mighty licur perfection." Was not cross-exuinined. bit. II. F. EAUKIt. Iy McssM. Trice and Stono: ' I am IT) yearn old and am second UHslHtiuit jihysiilan at the Wenlern Asylum. An uddilional pest liouso was built in June 8.1. it was uudouluedly iicccb- sni'y. The epidemic demanded it, There would have been no pluco for female p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 4 March 1884

Sii " r r 1 SmWSESLT SOUTH TUKSDAY, MAItCII 4, 1881. C. C. NOIILK In our traveling curruniioiiileiit And bu.ltiuM imiiiUKftr, nuil nil cuntiui'tK imiilu by linn will bo rniTiuil out hy im. Mkaciiau A WiLuia. for u pi'ivutu roslitiiin'o. I rupnirvd tlio ItuptiHl diiuvli. 1 was paid by tho Trustees of tliu cliurcli ami tho time Rbviuta week I think was deducted from my pay from the Stale. I have never worked on any privnUi eon trai't and received pay from thu Statu at thu huiiiu tinij." Thu witnos tlien gave ueirativu uihwui'4 to till tlio gen eral ipiustioiH nlmvo uiMillonud anil adilcd. ''1 may lio partial, hut I think tiling out theru are niiylity near perfection." Was not cross-examined. 1II. II. K. KACiKlt. lly iMcHsrs. l'rico and Stone: 1 1 am 'i years old and um second assistant physician at tlio Western Asylum. An additional pest house watt built in June 'Sit. It was undoubtedly neces sary. Tho epidemic demanded it. Theru would have been no place for female patients and wo fea...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 4 March 1884

r:.' 'v.'-- v iSU ! t A 1 CITY BARBER SHOP SAM HAWKINS &C0. over Horrai's rnuo storb HOPKINSVILI.E. KY. Rosiwr.ttully Invito the inililic to their Tonsorial Parlor, ,,romlelng to.lnSIIAVINH.il AMI CUTTING 8 II AM I'd) I N(i c. in the mot excellent BtvIO soni south mm NASHVILLE tiTIIKKT. 1 1 ( MK 1 XS V 1 1.1 .K. K EXTUCK Y. C. A. Thompson, DEALER IN- CUTLERY, ALL KINDS OF-; TOOLS, IRON, Ouccnswarc. Glassware, and Win dow Glass, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Etc No. 3, Thompson Block. CLUB LIST. Wit will furnish the following nanerannil pe riodicals with the semi-Wkkki.v Soi tii Kkx- Ti't'ki an nt the subjoined chimp rules: Dnilv C'ourier-Jotirniil , f 11.50 Weekly Courier-Journal f3.S5 " I.ouisville Commercial 1.00 Formers Homo Journal 8.16 Peterson's Magazine (3.00 liodey's Lady's Book ... IS. N'ew York Weekly Sun 13.10 Cincinnati News M.10 TO CO-RESPONDENTS. Wo want fresh, reliable and readable letters from every neighborhood where the Semi- vVkkki.vSoith Kenttckian circulates. H...

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