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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 7 March 1884

ettntcmmt VOLUME vi: HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 7. 1884. NUMBER 20 4 -i. i v.. ...i m i 4 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQU8 ISSUED KVKItY TUK.HDV AND FRIDAY MOIIN1NO II V MEACHAM & WILGUS. rviiLisiiKits asi vmn-itiETonH. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. )iio copy, ono your, strictly cash in ad vance ..T H,(K ) copy, nix iiiniitlm f 1 ,0)1 No siilMcrlptluiis taken nu tlnio iiml nil imperii slopped when nut. Ouo copy fruolii any onu sending u Ave yearly cash iiilwrilHT, BUSINESS CARDS.. TIME-TRIED. FIRE. TESTED. Tour Insurance Solicited in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OF IIAIITKOltlt, CONN. ah I apllal s.nNi.mio.oo l.lalllllllca, l,31U,tM.a7 ritirplilis 1,17,1411.44 Total .HtS, 4.4IU,M.3I Tnllll l.MMa I'lllll, tl,4'l,lU4.UU Issue. 1 IrifK iijutlimt loss or damage liy Klre ml I.ikIiIiiIiik, without nililiilnni.l charge. Tornado, ( jTlmif mul Wiiid-Klortn Imuirace Issuer. FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers agents, Hopkinsville, Kentuiky. nKrll E: Sii.l Floor llauk o...

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. — 7 March 1884

SEUtWEEBLT SOUTH ESNTUCKIAN. CHAS. M. M EACU AM, Eilitur FRIDAY. MAltCll 7, 1884. Mr. Sheiwian has reported favora bly to the Senate tho bill granting copy-right to newspapers. The Philadelphia Times has created considerable excitement by employ ine three colored men on its staff as reporters. The friends of President Arthur arc claiiiiiiiiT a solid delegation for him from Louisiana, in the Republican National convention. Tho Democratic Congressional Camiai:rti committee was organized at Washington Tuesday, lion. Jas P. Clay is the Kentucky member. The tide has turned against the Egyptian rebels. The English un der General Graham have won a bloody victory over Osman Digma, in Which the rebels had 1,103 men killed. The musical voice of the editor of tho M i.lisonville Tim h U now beiug trained to the soft melodies of "Baby Mine." It is a girl and her sublu nary career will date from Sunday March 2, 1884. The question of the re-apportion -mentof th) Congressional districts has been br...

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. — 7 March 1884

3. 4 4 i 4 mum SOUTH KIM DAY, MAIICll 7, ISSi. c. c. KOIILE Ii our traveling correspondent anil business manager, nuil till contracts muilc by linn will be 'iirrled mil by us. Mkaciiax & Wii.oi s. SOCIALITIES. Mr Jiilin Moayon led Weilncsiluy fur tho eaMeni rititw. Col. (laiio Jlenrv rclni'iiotl from Shi'lbyvillu Wuilnt'sday. lJt'pri'tiiMiliitivo I.urkiu T. Braslici' was in tlicrity Monday. Mr. M. (.iiint luu taken it pusituin with KiishoII & .loia'.i. Mr. XatO. Hundley, of Kvan.sville, wuh in tin; city yoNli-nlay. t'ol. M. I), llrown, of Fuirvicw, U oliciiilinif court tliis wt'i'k. Mr. C. M. I.allmin Iclt for New ork liii'mliiv, to bo (folio three wee kit. Mr. M. Itouhvare, )(00(1.S. I.ipMino, of IJpsline & lias iruiiu east, to buy Mr. .1. I). Kussell bus gone east to imivliuNo bis uprinif stuck. Mr. J. Ilca.b y, of M.mtj;mii;iy, Iium returned from an extended vUU to tbo SlHltll. Mr. V. M. Metealfu Ik ut home af ter bavinjr been ubxiMit in tbe South for Keveral week.. M...

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. — 7 March 1884

wmi south kentuckian. NASI1VIM.K STItEKT. HOPKINSVILLH, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish Hip following papers and pc riodicals with the skmi-Wkkki.y Sor-rii 10k TUCKlANAt thu subjoined cheap rates: Daily Courier-Journal IH.W Weekly Courier-Juiimat " Louisville Commercial a.0(l Farmers Home Journal 13.18 Peterson's Magazino J3.H0 liodey's Lady's Hook $3.1(0 New York Weekly Sun ?3.10 Cinelniiati News M.10 TO C33333P0ND3SIS. Wo want frosli, reliable anil ruailuble letters Iron ovory neighborhood where the SEMI Wkkkly SorTH Kk.vttckian circulates. Uivo us tho news plainly, correctly, briefly anil Intel Igibly, without uecdluss coiiiincnt or rhetorical flourishes. Let no obituary mil ire exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or w rile nl u matters or no interest to the rcailing public Use but one siile of the paper anil write as often as you have news items to chronicle, anil n oftener. Oar Agsnt3. The following persons aro our authorized gents, who will receive subscriptions f...

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. — 11 March 1884

r VOLUME v . CHAS. M. MEACHAM. - W. A. WILGUS ISSUED EVEHV TUKSDAV AM) FUIDAY Moiisixo nv MEACHAM & WILGUS. tun lis ii Kits Ann pkoi'iuexors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, ulric-tly euali in ad vance 2,00 Ono copy, bIx inoutlm $1,00 No anlMcrlptiuna taken on time and nil paper looncd when out. One ropy free to any one sending u live yearly cash milum-ibem. BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRE. TESTED. Your In3uran:o Solicits! in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD, CONS. Cai-h ('iiiiitnl, . . l.lllMlillfH, . . . Siirphn Tiilal AmcIn, . , Total l.ortc l'aid, $ 2,onn.io.oo l.Hin.mu.s; , l.lif.lW.U , 4,u,sns.:u lii,lH!,:tw .00 policies niialiiKt Inns or ilmnnKe lir Fire flll'l l.lifhlnlnir. ulllmnt mlihli .1 i'lifir.ri Tomailo, Cyclone ami Wind-Storm innuriu'0 ivmiicii. FARM PROPERTY A M'ECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers, AGENTS, IHopkinsville, Kentucky. OKKII'K: lliilhlliig. SimI Klojr limit of ll.ipVliHvlllo ipkln f.i- J FRANK,! GORMAN, 5iU W. Main St., next to Nationa...

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. — 11 March 1884

wmi south miwi t'HAS. M. MEACIIAM, . -- Ed 1 lor TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1884. Sptirtfeon, the great Baptist preach or, 1ms inherited ai larpe fortune. The Danville Tribnno sufrcsts Col.W. C. Gootlloe, of Lexington, Ky., as a suitable man to succeed Hunt as minister to Russia. Tho Wisconsin Rjpnblieans will hold their Slate Convention at Mil waukec, April 30, to chooso delegates ti) the Chicago Convention. Hon. G. M. Adam, the new Regis ter, will assume t lie duties of his of fice this week. He contemplates no change in the clerical force of the of li.:e, for the present. Tho Senate Committee has report' ed favorably to t Congress a bill re ducing newspaper postage one-half, making it ono cent for four instead of two ounces. Peaches at 00 cents ii piece and strawberries at if 1.50 a quart have ap peared in -New York. None but ed itors and other disciples of Croesu can afford them. The Henry College Lottery lias won a vic(ory over the postollice an thorities. Judge Barr, of the Federal co...

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. — 11 March 1884

mma south mam, ,.'i.V.. v, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1884. C. C. NOI1LE la our trawling corrunuoiiitunt and buahiaiw manager, ami ull emit nuts iiihcIo by klui will be carried out by im. Mkaciiam & Wiluus. SOCIALITIES. Miss Annie Kadford, of Longview, is visiting ut Cant. Abermitliy's. Miss Muu Wui'u spent last week vis iting hor uu nt, Mm. MeGohap, at Ilelleviow. Mi'. W. L. Ilundrt, representing tlie Southern Wire and Iron Works Co., Lotiisvillo, Is in tlie city. Mr. Moses L. Elb lias taken a posi tion a. salesman with Juo. Moayon, tlie Xashvillu street merchant. Mr. James Pyo lias returned from a two months' visit to Arkansas and Texas; looking the very picture of health. Miss Carrio McCutcheon, of Au burn, Ky., returned home yesterday after a visit of several days to Miss Cynla Wcstfttll. Mr. 1'. W. Wills, of tho Beverly neighborhood, leaves to-day for Run nels, Texas, wliero he will make his homo in tho future. Mr. K" Twyman, of llopkinsville, is in town visiting his daughter, Mrs....

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. — 11 March 1884

mm sons mm NASHVILLE STItEET. HOriUNSVILLK, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers ami pe riodical with the Skmi-Wkkklv Soitu Kex ti'ckian at the subjoined cheap rates: Daily C'oitrier-.Iotmutl I1J.60 Weekly Courier-Jnnrnul " Louisville Commercial 1.00 Farmers Home Journal tS.IS Peterson's Magazine 3.00 Uodey'a I.aily's Honk $!l.0 New York Weekly Sun W.10 Cincinnati News til.10 T3 C333E3P0ND3NIS. We want fresh, reliahle ami rcailnlilo letters from ovary noighliorliood wliero the Semi Wkkkly Soith Kkstcokhn circulates. Hive us the news plainly, correctly, briefly anil Intel Igibly, without iff eillcss comment or rhetorical flourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or write almu1 matters of no interest to the reading public I'scbutone aide of the paper and write as often as yon have news items to chronicle, and lis oflener. Oar Agents. The following persons nro our authorized agents, who will receivo subscriptions for the 8km-wem...

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. — 14 March 1884

ciit-(w,cclil2 n E.i VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 44. 1884 NUMBER 22 6 it 1' ?! : 1 ;.v "t'V", .S" II f 'J. V CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS ISSUED EVEItV TUESDAY AND FIIIDAY MOHNINU BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. I-U II LIS II HIM AXD I'nOVltlF.TOUS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, one year, striutly cash In ail- . vain $4,10 )ne copy, six nionll (1,00 , So subscriptions lakun ou lime mill all pnH)ia Stopped when out. Dob copy free to any one sending n live yearly cash suhscrilKirs. ' business cards. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED. Tour Insurance Solicitad in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OK llAUTKOltD, CONS. Cash Capital I i.nm.ooo.oi) l.illllllllll-S, I.S!1I,(MW.K7 Surpll 1,1S7,H.44 Total .Wis 4.44ll.M.l Total Umm Paid l,i,(nl,;cn.uo Issue. iMilificK against loss or dama-to liy Fire and l.iirhtnlntf, without it'l'litioni.l i-liarac. Tornado, t yclone ami Wind-Storm Insurare issued. FARM PROPERTY A Sl'Kt I A1.TY. Campbell & Rodgers agents, Hopkinsville, Kontuolry. o...

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. — 14 March 1884

mm south rancEuir. CH AS. M. MEACHAM, Krtltor FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1884. The Miulisonville Times is '''sweet sixteen." Bliuicliarcl JerroUl, editor of the Punch, Lomloii, is dead, aged 58 years. AVc do no believe Hie Democratic parly will nominate a septuagenarian for President. Tlie demand for postal cards is much less since the adoption of two cent letter postage. Tho Democratic Slate Committee will meet at Frankfort next Tuesday to call a state Convent ion. Tho Governor of Delaware has re spited L F. List, under sentence to liang to day, until March 1940. The Governor of North Carolina positively and persistently refuses to pardon convicts out of the pcuiteu , liary. lion Jetl'erson Davis made a short address before the Mississippi Legis lature last week on the life of S. S. Prentiss. Kleven men and one woman were killed by a snow-slide at Alia, Utah, last Sunday. Tho snow was piled 40 feet deep over the dead bodies. mmm It is reported that Prentiss Tiller, tho St Louis cxprcssVobbc...

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. — 14 March 1884

t .5 mma south mmmi KM DAY, M AUCIl II, 1881. C. C. NOIILE In bur traveling norriMtionik'nt And biiiiiiii'iw iniimiKcr, nml nil contractu mailt) by him will lw cnrrli'il out bv nt. Mkacham ft Wu.ui's. SOCIALITIES. Mr. K. ( i. Sebree, Jr., Is in Louis ville. ltev. Dr. T. (i. Keen lias gone to Evansvillc. Cupt. Clark, of Clnrksvillc, attcTid cd tlio tobacco sides this week. Mr. Russell R. Ilipkins lias gone AVcst to grow up with tlio country. Ks(. W. II. Cuto, of North Chris linn, is in the city this week attend ing to some cases in court. Itev. Mr. Prestige, of Newcastle, will preach at the Haptist church next Sunday. 'Mr. J. li. Cheatham, of Lafayette, has gone to Lake Weir, l'la., for the benefit of his health. Mr. I). M. Taylor, who has been rusticating in Klorida for several weeks, returned last Sunday and speaks in glowing terms of that local ity. Mr. A. S. Dubncy, of Cadiz, who has been attending the dental college at ltultunore, passed through the city yesterday on his way hom...

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. — 14 March 1884

iM soma mmmi .,......'....... ., I V.. NASHVILLE STIIEET. iiopkinsvillh, Kentucky CLUB LIST. Wo whll fiirniali tli? following paiicrsnml pc- ImliculH with the SKJII-WKWLY SlII'TH Kkx- ti'cki an ut the subjoined cheap ratca: Daily Conricr-.Iouriml 14.50 Woi'kly Courier-Journal.. 18.25 " 1misvilk' (,'mmiicn'ial ja.OO Farmers Home Journal 3.16 Peterson's Magazine f.1.00 Uoilcy'a I.:nl.v's Book $3,110 New York Weekly Sim ?3.10 Cincinnati News 8.10 TO C3ST.S3P0NDENTS. We want rivsh, reliable ami rcailahlc letters (run every iicicliliorhnoil where the Skmi Wkkkly Soi'tii Kestix'kias circulates. Give us the news plainly, correctly, briefly and intol txibly, without needless comment or rhetorical flourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss ttio weather, or write aboil matters of no Interest to the reading public Use hut one side of the paper and write as often as yon have newj Itjins to chronicle, and ns oftoner. Oar Ag2nts. The following persons are our authorized ag...

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. — 18 March 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 18.1884 NUMBhR 23 p I' i I i it I' 1; n i i CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS ISSUED KVEUV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOIIN1NO II V MEACHAM & WILGUS. PVMISUERS AND mOPBlKTOtth. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copv, one year, strictly cash In ad vance ' ...12,00 One eopy, six nioullu) No lubscriptinnii taken on time aud alljiapers atoped when out. One copy free to any ono tending usdve yearly cash subsrrllieni, BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED. Tour Insurance Solicited in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OF IIAUTFOltD, CONN. Cash Capital, . . Liabllllie Hurplns, .... Total Assets, . . Total Ummos Paid, , f l.OOO.tMiO.OO . l,HI,utM.K7 . 1.IS7. 14H.44 . 4,ti,.ai . 1II,4HI,U4.UU Issues policies ngalnst low or damage liy Fire and Lightning, without additional charge. Tomailo, Cyclone and Wind-Storm Insuraoe Issued. FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers AGKXTS, Hopklnsville, Kentucky. OFFICES nd Floor Hunk of 1I..J.WI hvIIIo Huiidlng...

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. — 18 March 1884

someem wi mm CUA8. M. M EACH AM, Editor TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1881. Of 124 free delivery post offices in tho country only 14 pay expenses. Roscoo Conkliiig says the President will be a Democrat. next A bill to prohibit the running of trains on Sunday has been introduc ed in the Virginia Legislature. Henry A. Tilden, tho youngest brother of Samuel J. Tilden, died at New Lebanon, New York, Wednes day, ageilGS years. Oliver Dyer, Jr. a Yalo student was so badly injured in a sparring match with llobt. 11. Williams, a col ored class-mate, that he died from his injuries in a week. We hear no talk from the Republi can side of the house about the '"old ticket" of Hayes & Wheeler. This is strange, very strange. By-tho-way what has become of Iiuthcrfraud ? Tiie Kentucky House of Represent tutives has appropriated $1,200 to provide for the removal of the re mains of Joel T. Hart, the great Ken tucky sculptor, from Florence Italy to Frankfort. A stock company has been orgaii' ized at Henderson...

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. — 18 March 1884

imnm south xsn, TUESDAY, M AHCII 18, 1884. C. C. NOllLK In our traveling correspondent and business iiituiugor, mill nil contracts made by him will be curried out by us. Mkacuau A Wiluih. SOCIALITIES. Insure with T. W. & F. W Buekncr. Miss Sullio Wulluce, of Cadi., is visiting Mr. J. (J. Utirba's fumil'. Mrs. Fuiuiio Ilollis, of Pembroke, is visiting Mrs. Juko Armstrong. Mr. Dick Truinum lias been quite ill with pneumonia for several days. Mr. iin.l Mrs. N. Wade, of Fuirviow, are visilinjf Mrs. Wade's inotliur, Mrs. Marlliu Evans. Mr. J no. T. Wright has returned from t he East with car-loads of new upi'iiig goods. Mr. O. S. Stevens and sister, who have been quite sick with measles are now aide to be out again. Mrs. Sain. Stikcs, of Henderson, spent Sunday in the eity with her sister, Mrs. eiias, Baldwin. Mr. Theodore Iluruett,ofthc Cham pion Machine Co., Springlleld, Oilio, was lu tlio clly lust week. Mr. Joe On n n has accepted a posl tion in llopkiusville, and left for that p...

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. — 18 March 1884

NASHVILLE STREET. 1I0HUNSVILLE, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers .mil pc- iixlicaU Willi tllO SKSII-WKRKI.Y SOl'TII Kks- Ti cKUN at tlie subjoined cheap rates: Dally Courier-Journal U.0 Weekly Courier-Jouruiil $3.25 " Louisville Commercial P1.00 Farmers Home Journal t!1.16 retcrson's Magazine 18.60 (iolcy'B Laity's Hook IS.00 New York Weekly Sun 8.10 Cincinnntl News tt.10 TO COREESPONDENTS. We want fre-th, reliable and readable loiters from every nelichlxirliooil where the Skmi Wkkkly Soitu Kenti-ckian circulates. (Jive us the news plainly, correctly, briefly and intel igibly, without needless comment or rhetorical flourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or write abou matters of no interest to the reading public Use but one side of the paper and write as often as you have news items to chronicle, and us oflcner. Our Agents. Tho following persons arc our authorized agents, who will receive subscriptions for the Sejii-Wke...

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. — 21 March 1884

cttttidikiii VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 24. 1884 NUMBER 24 2 M t s t I I i i CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS ISSUED EVKKY TUESDAY AND FK1UAY MOIININU KY MEACHAM& WILGUS. PVItLiSltKRH AND PROPRIETORS i't..-i,iW'M-n,.,ii'"i',""u,,,V('V,WVS H'hSiW SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, oiio your, strictly cash in ad vance $8,00 mo copy, six mouths 1,00 No subscriptions tukci) on time anil all papers stopped whi'ii out. Onu copy free to any one sending us Ave Vi'iirly eitiih subscriber. "business cards. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED. Tour Insurance Solloltei In the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OK IIAUTFOUl), CONN. 4 'ah Capital, , . l.ilitlililirrs . . . Surplus, , . ' , , Total A!, , . Tut ill Immm I'aid, , $ iff (0,000.00 l,!ll,OtH.H7 . 1,127,14:1.44 . 4,44U,:MN.Hl M,4hi,jb4.uu twine Niii'ittt iiptiinit l'tt or dumHjre by Klre mill l.tirhtiilnir, without addition!,! rim rye. Tnrmtdo, Cyrlone mid Wlud-Hlorm ImmTftre llMlltltl, FARM PROPERTY A M'ECIALTV. Campbell & Rodg...

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. — 21 March 1884

mum imi imwi CUAS. M. M EACHAM, -- Editor FRIDAY, MAKC1I 21, 1881. Bishop II. II. Kavanaiiuli, of (he M. E. Cinnvli, is reported dying at Columbus, Miss. Miss Mary Anderson, the actress, will not return from Europe till the spring of 18S.- Later returns from the West Vir ginia coal mine explosion, place the loss of life at 112 men,, instead of 1"0 as first reported. Monday the 17th was St. Patrick's day and it was appropriately cele brated by the Irish citizens in most of larger cities. A train load of corn donated to the Hood MiU'crers.by the citizens of Sedg wick county, Kansas was forwarded to Cincinnati this week. A correspondent of the Madison villc Times says an Earlinjfton boy attending school in South Kentucky College here was "tired"' out some weeks ago. According to the Madisouville Times two braces of twin girls put in an appearance in that town last. Sat urday. At this rate the town will soon be well supplied with "sweet sixteens'' for 11)00. Homer Deaves, of West liethl...

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. — 21 March 1884

mmx south mm FltlD.VV, MAUCII 21,1831. C. C. NOItLU Id our traveling corrosxiideiit ami business iiiaiiiiyer, awl all contracts muilu by him will be carried nut by us. Mkaciiau A Wll.iM'8. SOCIALITIES. Insure with T. W. & F. WBucknor. Itev. W. I). Morton is in tho city. Mr. M. Lipstino has returned from the oust. Mr. John T. Henderson is very ill with pneumonia. Miss Mamie ISttrnes is spending the week ttt Lougviuw, the guest of Miss Annie Itadford. Mr. Kobt. II. Coffey, of Columbia, Tcuii., was in tho city this week cir culating among his llopkinsville friends. Mr. (J. M. Perry, of Logausport Ind., lias joined tho force ol histo rians now here engaged in the work of writing a history of the county. Mr. Frank L. Yerance, business manager of the Charlotte Thompson Dramatic Co. was in tho city "Wed nesday and paid us a friendly call. Mr. Dan Tuylor and wife, of IIop kinsville, are ttt. (lie Arcadia. They intend remaining several weeks tit the Springs for the benefit of their healt...

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. — 21 March 1884

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