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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 May 1889

Live, Newsy and Progress.?. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MAY 44.1889 NUMBER 39 VOLUME XI. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AHO FRIDAYS, ciiAs.rTMEAgjm Tiiko. K. Uaiiti.ky, HuhIiicss Mimaer a u bso m ption : i rates. - one oopi one year, Btrtotl sash la d- 1M P.0 - py,slx nosUd 1100 POVJDER Absolutely Pure. Thle rwwiter e,r arle. A mareal Jf eorllr, Mronulb end whnleanmonMe. Hon economical loan the ordinary eiode, and en. not he.old lnooaitltit. villi IM moimiid ol low taet, .Iron weisht alum or nhdenbal rnw.ton. Huld only l . "OVAl, B N. POWIiaK CO.. I0 Wall At. W. T. BUSINESS CARDS. Jofca reland. J no. relead, Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. Will rraoUoe la all lb CoarU ol thle Com eaweaUa. e-li-ly. F.M.STITES, M.D. Offloeorer Dank of IIopkln.llls, HOPKINSVILLE, - - - KY. A. P. CampbeU, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. OPBBATINa A IPBOtALTT. Offlc over If. Frinkel & Bono'. Dr. J. DtJIaMT, I and; .OCX, NIX IE A CIA DANIEL RLOCK, N...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 May 1889

CHA8.M- MSACHAM, Idrlef TUESDAY, MAY 14, 18S9. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, Alive uidgrowlBfrltTotli.OM Inhabitants. United In aoountvot to.coo. Ihe Louisville andNaahvtllohsetwoiineeof rellroadta the eonnty sod the people l;ve reaentlr Toted aid totvo aewroada. ueel lobeooo growing eountyln the world. . at, ooni, hay ooal, ' llv stock aod (ruita produced for oiport In largo tuantltlos. The city baa four banka with an aggregate capital of l419,or. A plan tng mill and wagon factory, throe carriage faotorlee, lime factory, tobacoo manufactory, two fotindrlea, three brickyards, broom fac tory, el. am laundry, toe faolory, two large flouring inlllalnthe city and several In the eounty. Splcndiddrirlng park'and floe opera houee. KItii turnplkeaoentcrleg In llopalne- vllle. Building and Loan Association, Com merclal Club, a telephone eicbange,nuinlered atroetsand housca and olty lighted by gaa Isoadamliod streets and brick sidewalks all over the city. Eleven churches, two oollegas, ahlghachoola...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 May 1889

t THEO. f. BAJITLEV, ettaeM HlHlr TUESDAY, MAY 11 , 18S0. PERSONAL QOSSIP. JWJ. Criiinbjugli returned hoina j )st ulglit. I MIm Miry Radford la spending 1 thla week In CIhi ksvlllo. j Mn. Clack, of NaahTllle, li visiting 5 her sister, Mrs. A. A. Mela. Mr. and Mrs. Ik Sallso, of Calc- donla, wore Id the city Saturday. " Mr. tod Mrs. Jno. E. Rickotts, of i Montgomery, were In the city Frl- I uy. i Mlis Mildred Wharton, of Cadiz, I. mnmlnA In ai.ll f M. fi. M MflScll- atu in a day or twt. Mrs. L. U. Williams and son, mas ter Wnbber, aud Mis. K. A. Williams are sujourultig at Dawson. Mrs. A. E Blaine, of Hoiiklnsrille, Is the guest of her brother, Dr. W. A. Shelby. Tobacco Ltnf. 's Miss Kate IViddeu, who bad been visiting Miss Mary Clark for several weeks, roturned homo Saturday. '., Miss Stella Phillips, of Bowling Grocn, returned home Saturday after a pleanaul vl.ll to Mrs I. T. Huff man. Mrs. 8. F. IVeitrlJge has gono to Jessamine county eftur a two weeks' visit to her son, 11 )V. J....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 May 1889

AN EASTERN TALE. A Wing once summoned his three sons. And thus addressed the anxious ones: " Go forth, my sons, through all the earth And search for articles of worth ; Then he who brings the choicest thing, Shall in my stead be crowned as king." In one vear's time strain they meet, Twas hard to choose between the two, And kneel before the sovereign's feet : The monarch knew not what to do. And as with gracious outstretched hand, The third is standing calmly there ; He welcomed home the youthful band. Now, with a half triumphant air He natural eagerness expressed. And smile of confidence and hope. To see the objects of their quest. He shows a cake of Ivory Soap, tu firEt in-h iitctrmitt nnarU rtknlnvt. So Decrless in its Diiritv. That every tongue is loud in praise. That dirt, alarmed, takes wings to By. So white, the snow-flakes on their way The old king, as it meets Ins sight, Compared to them are dull and gray. Grasps it, and cries in wild delight : rii. n,.t. a diimnnrt mom nurc...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 May 1889

bjlklttutll THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. - Complete Job Office ATTACH KD. Live, Ntwsy and Progressiva. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 p9r Annum. J : VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MAY i7. 1889. , , , , I -WE S3:.T7"E ? nSLI8HT!D TDEflDiTB AHD raiBiTS, A FEMININE IDEA. I FULL OF FUN. ' NUMBER 40 ! FUBLISHEO TUESDAYS AID FBIBiTS, it . Tiia-o. E. Hautlkv, llualiioss Manager ? ' BTjasXIBirilON I RATES One oopy, oa year, atrletlj oaeb la ad aaoe -PM . top? , lis Mouth $1.00 Absolutely Pure. This imwter nevt.r varlaa. A marvel ol eerily, .trenirl and wholeeoaieaeae. atoia B iiuu the ordinary! f" "J: aotbewld in oompetuloa wlla Ui aiullllo.U ?Irj.r S,n,i w.liht aluia or phanptiiiU rowdere. 8oJ ooly 'a oaa-a. "T NU POWUtH CO.. IO Wll ! K. T BAB' BUSINESS CARDS. DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN, PHYSICIAN AMD - SUEG-EOIT. Otic Mar Ir itor , COnMIt NISTU AW11CLAT ST. Johe raised. Jno. relaed,Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOrKINSVIIXE, KY. Will PtmUo la all Um CoiitU o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 May 1889

Hi i" E tditer FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1889. Sm Small is dangerously 111 at bis Iiome iu Atlanta. Vasco D. brown haa retired from tlia editorial iiianairomedt of the Adairvlllo Timet. Juhu Carter, an 18-yoar-old boy limn been sentenced to bo banged at Jin) fluid for murder. Mri. Miry K. Dickinson, mother of Anna Dickinson, I ho lecturer, died at Pltuton. Pa..llils week, aged 90 year. E Iward U. h'onljca u appointed postmastor at Howling Cireen, Tuei day, vice Elvis Jl. 1'orter, commit ion expired. The Nashville American ia author ity fur the atatemeut tbat a force of bauds ia now at work on the U. V. thit tido of Princeton. W. II. Chalfleld, of the well known lp-r house of Chat field k Woods, Cliicinuaii, died auddeuly whllo on a vidit to New York Monday. A lontaiiiiii wat created at Frank fort (hit week by a telegram from a Ban Francisco Sheriff asking for an accurate description of Jits W. Tale. i'aper have boon filed in 10 con tnttrd ciset in the filet Congreit, most of them bolng by Rep...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 May 1889

ansa ZJophtiwilU BtHtttthtott. TrflO. I. lARtLKV, tallMSI "sS.s.f FHIDAY, MAY 17, 18S0. PERSONAL OOSSIP. ' Lao Boliuaii, of Earllugtou, it iu tbe city. Mit. J. W. Vonable is sojourning t Dawson. Dr. W. F. Pallon visited Owous boro Uiii week. Mm. T. W. Wakey la visiting rela tivea In Ligaa county. Mii lUltio Hopper It vialtlugMrs. 1. 1'. (iorliart, In Clarksvllle. Mr. Hewloll, of Prlucoton, it vla Ulng lior motlior, Mrs. Leavell. Ura. 8. II. lltrrlton and daughter went to Kausas City yealerday. U J. Salmon, of tbo Crabtree Coal Mines, wat In the city Wednesday. Malbort Long, of Crofton, baa se cured a peal Ion aa clerk for C. R Clark. James Rlcketts returned Wednes day from Pawaou, ImproTed In bealth. - Mra. Mollle Dulauoy, of Prlncoton, speut Tuesday with tbe family of her brother, J. T. Rice. Alius. Vlo Mua bam, of IJjllevlesr, haa relumed from a visit to friend In Hopkins otiuly. Mr. (iua Uiblmou and daughter, Mlaa Minnie, of North Christian were lu town Weduesday. Mlstes Edna Tri...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 May 1889

, AN EASTERN TALE. t A kin? once summoned his three sons, .' And thus addressed the anxious ones : " Go forth, my sons, through all the earth And search for articles of worth ; Then he who brings the choicest thing, Shall in my stead be crowned as king." In one year's time again they meet, 'Twas hard to choose between the two, And kneel before the sovereign's feet : The monarch knew not what to do. And as with gracious outstretched hand. The third is standing calmly there ; I le welcomed home the youthful band, Now, with a half triumphant air He natural eagerness expressed. And smile of confidence and hope. To sec the objects of their quest. He shows a cake of Ivory Soap, The first such lustrous Dearls disDlavs. So peerless in its purity. That every tongue is loud in praise. That dirt, alarmed, takes wings to fly. Sa white, the snow-flakes on their way The old Icing, as it meets his sight, Compared to them are dull and gray. Grasps it, and cries in wild delight : The next a diamond ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 May 1889

o 1 TUB LARGEST ClllCliLATION. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM.. Complete Job Office ATTAUIKO. Uv, Kewrij- w Progressiva, SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 par Annum. VOLUME XL PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AUD FRIDAYS, CI IAS. "mEACHML Tiuo E. IIaiiti.kv, Ilu.Inciw Manap r. UHSOIUPTION .HATES . On. oouf , oft year, ttnelly eeen ia ad- uno. "wpr.ota month . moo Absolutely Pure. rhie n...! noair ran... A ,nariil l vnrltv. ..mucin and h'li.Hn.neaa. Slot oiw.mi.lll.n the or.llnrv kln l.. en.l rao. ID "ll"IUU. SitHIM luultliuil. . I lo Mat, irl (relgnl " PWl'lf' sow.lcr. -IU only .K''i'' 8AR" (Mi. frtsvliKH .. we w.nnt. W. T BUSINESS CARDS. DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN, PHYSICIAN .1,0 GI73GEOIT. IH Hrrftun, ' lORNall SIMM AMI CI.AY TK. j..ho rvituid. THE Jn rmmi,Jr. FELNDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW IKU'KINSVIU.B, -. KY. Will Krolloe all me Oofta el thleUwi. MlHlWMO.ll. 4-U-If . F.M.STIIES,' M.D. Oflrtovcr 0t.k( Hopala-.Ills, U'MMU,TSVII.I-K, - - KY. A. P. Campbell, DEMT3T, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. rinTma a ritriAi.T. ( iilt.-n nvtr ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 May 1889

3johitt5tUe JutttttcMan. CHAI. M. MEACHAM, - TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1889. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY Alive and growing rUTOt6.M0 Inhabitants, situated in a eonntyef 10,000. The LonieTille andNaehrlllehastwollneeof rallroadta the oounty and the poople bave reeuntlr Toted aid totw new roads. irseet tubaeoo growing oounty In tbe world. reat.oora, hay eoal, live etoea and frulu prodnoed for export la large iiuantltlai. The city baa four banks with an aggregate oapltal of tiu,m. A plan ing mill and wagon factory, three carriage factories, lime factory, tobaooo manufactory, two fonndrlee, three hiiokyarda, broom fao- . tory, attain laundry, loe factory, two large flouring mills In tbe city and several In the county. Splendid driving parkland fine opera boose. Five turnpikes oenteriog la llopkl ville. Building and Loan Association, Com mercial Club, a telephone exchange, numbered streets and houses and city lift) Sod by gss alaoadamisod streets and brick sidewslks all over tbe city. Eleven oburches,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 May 1889

s X ! Maaigtr TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. YY. L. Hickman li risking at Dr. Hickman's. Mrs. P. W. Dabuoy U vlsillug- frlonda lu Nashville. Mrs. B. W. Anderson relumed to Hartford yesterday. Mlas Mollla Campbell U visiting Mill Funle Breathitt. J. D. McKenzte has returned from visit of several daya to friend near llennotulown. Mr. N. L. Stevennn returned from a lengthy visit to rolatlvei near Lebanon, Toon., Saturday. Tho MImoi Gordon, the pretty twin bellei of Columbia, Teun., aro vlalt- lug their relative, Mra. M. U. Nolaon. Mr. Jamci Underwood and sister, Mlaa Maggie, who have been visiting the family of Mlsa Mary Fruit, on lower Main, returned Friday to their borne In Hopkinsville. Uouderaon Journal. Lieut. W. 11. II. Southerland, of the U. S. Navy, arrived Friday and will remain at hie father-in-law's, Dr. Rodman's, until Aog. lit, when he will go to Washington, where he will be stationed for three yean. CREAM OF NEWS. Railroad Caaei. Three railroad eaioi were tri...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 May 1889

v ' Said Lill to Belle: "Oh! will you tell ' 'What makes your hands so white, "So smooth and soft? " I've wondered oft, "Kor mine crc such a sight! A WORD OF WARNING. Tlioro rrc mr.y whiU soap,eacli represented b 1)9 " Just si (-J " lha 'Ivory', " they ARE NOT, but IHe all counterfeits, Ijck lha peculiar nJ remarkable qualities of t!ie genuine, l.-.k fr " Ivory " Soap and insist upon Retting it. rvrrtrrleril 1W. by Procter & Gamble. tlttlttlilfl1 ItMltlifllifllt 18 AND 20 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE. - KENTUCKY ADVEailSISO BATES. O 11 tofth one tiros, f 1.00; on twk, ll.&O Winn, 11; iwoive months i uu Ons ooluiuiiunelimfl.SIl.si'; on wfc,S18 00; sis uiiwllu, W1.; twelve 101.11U1S UM 00. JSES OF ALUMINIUM. Tbs AUl:tbiiur or It, introdurtloa I.to vnrioiu Miiartar.fc Arcmiecis citn unuouuiouiy uo Bomo- thing toward ajsistlng the Introduction of the motiil aluminium into common uso. lue prosont price 01 aluminium Is about eight dollars a pound, or. about ono-hulf that of silvor b...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 May 1889

pifitittstii Lire, Kevsj tad Progressive. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. THE I4RG&T CIIiOlUM. THE BUT ACVERT :fl MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MAY 24. d8f)9. NUMBER 42 if r i IT II Fl fJ ti y t . 191 II Pi ' tl 61 1 ti' ill rOBUBHEO TOE8DAT8 AID FBIDAT8, . it CIIAS. M. MEACIIAM. Til co. E. Bartlkt, BiisIuobs Manager. PniiKtu P....n..'i OUR NEIGHBORS. VUUIIIJ VUl I GdJUJlUvllvU. I auaSCRlPTIONIUSATES Ou MPT, ou jut, striaUy seas la ad- UH One sour, ilz nOBlhi ....Utt ,.11, OP III ' RpYALMSVIIJ . SINKINQ FORK. Sinking Fork, Mir 17. Mr. Will! Wood hat the pott ollloe now. Mr. Ii. P. Uamby doesu't like Little rlvrr much after all. Mr, llarnby and daughter and miss ma Miser visited the cllv lo- dsv. Mr. Tom Stephoni takoi a fox limit every outer iiiuul with lluck and Light. Cl.KKItll. Matter of Interest. Chattanooga, Tern, Judo 27, '88. Mr. Robert Wooldrldge, messenger Toe Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Go. ou the U. & N.. ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 May 1889

1 mmmmsmmamaaeaai IJopltfwuillf Krntufkffttu CHAS. I.) EACHA.nl, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1889. : HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, A II to aud growing rllr of S,(0 Inhabitants, situated in e Bounty at 10,000. 1U Louiarill andNasbrllleu.stwoltneeof railroad In tbe eountr and the people bare roeenllT Toied aid lo twj sew road.. Lerseat tobacco (rowing eounti In the world. Wbsnt.oorn, bay eoal, live stock aod frulte produced for oxport la lama iiuanllllee. The ettr bas four bense Willi an aggregate capital si IliS.ofo. A plan, mi mill and wagon factory, three carriage factorlea, lima faciei?, tobacco manufactory, two foundriee. Urea brickyard!, broom fac tory, team laundry, loa lactcry, two large louring mllli in tbe city and several la tbe Bounty. Splendid driving par land In opera honae. Fire turnpikes centering la Uopklne Tille. Building and Loan Association, Com. sserolal Club, a telephone exchango,numbered alreeuand houaea and city lighted by gaa Macadamised treeta and brick ildewalka all over the ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 May 1889

IBOEBffiSSSySSS THIO. C.SAHTLEV. Baalaass tfssaaar FItlDAY, MAY 21, 1880. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. M. V. Owen will spend next week at Dawson. W. T. Cooper and II. C. Moore went to Cerulean yesterday. Mm. F. W. Dahney and child re turned from Nashville Tuoiday. Baui'l Hodtfton, of Clarktville, pent Wednesday in the olty on bus Ineta. Mr j. W. J. Ilopaon, of Canton, vis ited her alitor, Mrs. Luclon Jonos, this week. Mrs. Alex Campbell and little son, Alex, Jr., are visiting at Dr. J. P. l'eyton'a, near Casky. Miss Oilre Allison, of Etrliugton, returned home after a pleasaut visit to Miss Lucy MvDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown, of Central Kentucky, are visiting Mr. J. D. Itussell's family. Mr. Drown la Mrs. Itussell's brother. CREAM OF NEWS. Tired of Life. Henry Velh, the shoemaker at 201.1,' South Main street, attempted to loave the earth by the mcrpli na route Wednesday afternoon. I! lias been drinking heavily of lale and finally made up hiu mind that be could not stop and that lis would k...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 May 1889

mm Said Lill to Belle: "Oh! will you tell ' 'What makes your hands so white, "So smooth and soft? "I've wondered oft, "For mine are such a sight I A WORD OF WARNING. There are many vVhit soapt, each represented to be " Just at good u the ' Ivery ' " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeit, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory " Soap and intilt upon getting it CopyHsM 1BA by Procter Gamble. ajolunoutUe lunturkian. IS AND 30 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. APYEBII8IKQ EATE3. . One Inch one time, $1.00; ob week. S1.M; oix Mnntha. Ut uot twelve nontha lft.OO. One oolnmiione tlme.f 1S.00; one wek, 118.00; tx monllis, VHM; twelve month., iikmn. PERSOKAL AND IMPERSONAL. Evory member of an Atlanta lam' tly of seven wears ay e-glnsaos. A certain California, millionaire wrote hia own will so carefully and clearly that none of hie relative could break 1L lie was not a lawyer. Captain William S. Adams, of Kingston, wbo diixl not long ago. was a goo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 May 1889

1 iiiiib!iriiilii 4ltfni TUE LJRGEST CIRCULATION. THI IUT AeVtKTHlHO MEDIUM. Complete Job Olflce ATTACH KD. Live, Newsy ud Progressive. ItCtUJttt SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MAY 28. 1889. NUMBER 43 VOLUME XI. ii rir ' - l ; K r NJBLI8HED TOE8DAT8 AID rEIDUB, CIIAS. MEAOIAM;, Tn eo. E. Hartley, Business Mauagcr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oec oopy, oae year, strtstl f eaah IB fttf ..n,o tlft lopy, ell moat,,., ,....u,s ITDER Absolutely Pure. IHts powder avur ml". A "' aarlly, strenal end wbul.niBeBaa. Mom eseaomleal thaa the ordinary klode, and ean elbaold la eoaspetltloai wlthth Kultiuids el lew lees, short weiaol Hum or po.iei.bel Kwdnn. Hold oaly la eons. HOY ALBA. ; MTIltHW.. le Wall at. M. T BUSINESS CARDS. DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN, PHYSICIAN 1KD SXJEG-BOIT. OOo, star Drag Mora, COBM1B SIXTH AKD CLAY STS. Joka Felaad. J a. Felaad, Jr. THE FELANDS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW HOPKINSVILLE, KV. Will rraetlee la all th. Court el thlsOoe. F.M.STITES, M.D. Ola over...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 May 1889

! TUESDAY, MAY 2S, 1889. HOPKINSVILLF., KENTUCKY. A live. mlroiilBiJ.'vol8,o Innabltimli.. ilulcllnoount7tfl to.ooo. Tho IxrauTiili lndNMhTlllhMwoJ.Mol rallroaala Um eounty and the people have recenllT Totwl air to 11 aewroada. l.arii lobitoo iiowIdi oouoljlnthe world. Wnt,ooro, he, eo1, live atook aid Irulti produced lor export r large .uanllllea. Tlio city Hae lour bank. Willi au aKicrciialo capital ot UW.VO. X plan. Ini mill and wagon feotory. three oarrlast faolorleo, Hue factory, tobaooo inanutaotory, . two foundries, three Vrleayarde, broom tan lory, ateara laundry, ioe faolory, two larg. Hourlnc mllliinlh. city and aoveral la thr eounty. Splendid driving par and Una opera bouae. Five turnpike centering In Hopktne Tllle. Building and Loan Aaaoclallon, Com mercial Olnb, a lelcpboco eicbangcnumuorod atreeuand honaca and city lighted by gaa Waoailainlied atreeU and brick aidewalka all omr the city. Klovrn ohurehta, two eollegei, a high achool and Iho Bncat ayalem of publlr aelioo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 May 1889

JJopkinswilU ffentudtlQtu T4E0. I, BARTLEV, Bella... M.a.g.r TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mis. Miry Walker la visiting Mr.. Juo. FeUuiJ, Jr. Cjlomau U. Slaughter, of Nashville, w lu Ibo uilySa'.urJavauJ Sauilay Mr. aud Mra. T. W. houg aud Mrs, Dr. Young ire sending this week at Dawsou. Mr. F. lI.'Hritow aud children, of Klktou, era vlelliug at Mr. U. V. Tiionipiou'a. Mlaa Llllle IVIco cimo homo from lijiiuottatowu la spoiid Saturday and tiuuday with her irent. MIm Buaio May, of Now Orleans, it visiting hor tbler, Mr. I T. itogers, ou Eighteenth etreet. Misses Mlunio and Auulu McDou gal.of Meyavllle, Ky, era visiting lliolr uuolo, Mr. I. A. Cuslimau. Mr. ud Mrt. Cameron Drown bare relumed home to Blielby vllle after a vlilt to Mr. J. D. Itusn-ll ' family. Mr. and Mra. J. 1'. llradou, North Maiu btroet, entertained a number or frioud ye.leiday evouiug. Btraw berrlea with tbe uaual accouipanl uiouls aud pleauiit coi' vernation were the order of the eveuiug. CREAM OF NEWS. An...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 May 1889

su . a .viz ,;s CASABIANCA, The boy stood on the burning deck, Whence all but he had fled; He saw amid the cargo's wreck A box, and, calling, said : "Say, father, say if I may sit Upon this box and wait?" And then without his sire's permit, Down on that box he sate. For 'twas a box of Ivory Soap, - And buoyantly it bore ' - That gallant child, who ne'er lost hope, Safe to the sandy shore. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be " Just as good as the ' Ivory') " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting It. Copyright 1880, by Procter A Gambia. IjjpliiitfluUk gmttttthiatt. 18 AND 20 NINTH 8TREET, HOPK1NSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. "JLBVESTKIUa BATES. ; One Inch one time, ft .00; on wek, f 1.&0; six Month. d 00 ; twelve months U.00. Oho columnoimiimn,4i.0o; on wwk, 118.00; tlx mouth, tutl.OO; twelve m&uitw, I1U.U0. MEMORIAL DAY. Continued from Jintpagt) ...

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