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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 October 1893

v Nv iroyii' T JjotiMuMJlUc lUutltflthnl. titK't It. II.VIIT1.KV, ItmliiMt Mmmgnr TUESDAY, OOTOBEIl 17, 1893 piifiaoNAL gossip. Airs, J, 1. Lnndoa will go to Thursdoy. Mro. J, Q. Thomas, of LoiifrviOtV., lias moved to tho city to live. AIIhh Mary liadford is In St. Louis, visiting Mru. Woltor Jlnrlowo. Mr. W. .1. Hopson, of Canton watt In tho city yeaterdny on uusIuobs. Mr, li. 1). Daf sett Ih back from a Bocoiid purchnslujrtour in tho lioHt. Mra. busio J01108, Ih visiting tho family of hor brotbor, Mr. John A. Steele, near Gracey. Dr. J.Prnulc Stotio, of LnfnoUo, pasod through tho pity yesterday afternoon eurouto to loutoville on a birsinm trip. MImmm Lhwin nnd Julia Vetiabln, Homj Dade, lleswio Ulakeinoro nud Elolno NoIhou nro attend Iuk tho Worlil'a Fair this week. Mr. Josopli White, of Pnirview, loft this wook for Sednlia, Ma., to visit relatives h lirut not Boon for twolr years. He will rotnnlu two voelw. CREAM0F NEWS. His HOrsa Foil On Him. Josfio Poaroey, of Hopvou, a villop ...

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 October 1893

'-- Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. 'fog LW U Li St Hi Rb Ri riiE obeat Through Trunk Line between the oi tin o' Cincinnati, Lcxington,'Louis ville, Evansville St. Louis, And the cities of Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. WITHOUT CHANGE! ANO STEED UNRIVALED. Shortest & Quickest Route From St. Louis, Evansville and Henderson to the SOUTHEAST SOUTH Through Coaches From obovo cities to Nosh. villo and Chattanooga making direct con- tion witlt PULLMAN PALAOE OAES For Atlanta, Savannali, Macon, Jacksonville and Points In Florida, Connections are mado nt Guthrio and Nashville for all points North, East, South and West, In Pullman Palace Cars, EMIGRANTS grAH? this road will receive apodal low ralos, See agents of this company for rates, routes &c, or write to 0. P. Atmobe, Q. P. & T. A. Louisville. ,!.,. .!.. J -i Talie The EVANSVILLE ribHP t'w. " '"aanj.l,ab ROUTE Tho Favorite Lino to Aft ibf i'iljUP'1 I,ol,lls i" "'0 North and 'Kontcinher this lino has ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 20 October 1893

- M ??f?rr?rlrr????fr??r?r!?rt?r?rr??!? TODAY -? - IS SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES We OllVr Until cold JUIiy shi -I"- im i Ilppiilr Hair sho, iK'iig Tal flue, unly Oiildron' ioi" izcx l to 8. 8nlen.lldHli.wf..re Fii.e ltnc"l. Xarxalii S&e Ctlllll'. SIlOM.U'lf 141 ii. fur Ho MltXlMwrt.MiH IB Hit, KUl IlOt.TVC MliMwf. HI..!, liluvti drain 7Se MLira Shnt, IllH) lMiiKla. ox traalui 11 l MI.eiMior, climax cut nil grain Wo Jloja, Hhmw all mllJ. Hiira'hhoM.a twinr on.i noya' Hlin.,aiiiiiill.a)llilM tt.lt ami Krild IM Urn K'aulnr I'urOova. 12.11 lrn'aHlnwi,iHl llriglu.lur!u Mmi'a hli... , fitny Alaika fill Ww Jleu'a bhiw. Milwaukee oil Krln, Hnuw KxrlUilrr.ll.lv Men'a Miuei , llala mhi Wo aiouddlnjf new good lo nil ilcpmlnioii'a every iltiy. Our Ilnnlwaie, Tiiiwaiv, llul, Shirt, Underwear, l.ndlus' uml (lent' Fur. niidilii Good', Notion, Siatlonrrt anil nil I)eiitilinenl will bo uml vu iwooll'urliijr Mnio Wonderful Ilurgulua lu nil ttepurt. mmU. our olio w windows. The Racket Company, 0SC0iVO...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 20 October 1893

ft If we el. Il Mito at a opkltwulllo jRcuiMchton. f.llUllHim.1 IS) IRIMI lORSlSSS, it CHAS. M MEACHAM, oiBBOBimOK t A YEAR 1H ADVAHOB thecal readier notlcci 10 cenU er line. 8p oalioealtl cent per line each Insertion. IUtei tortlandlnr admtUemeuU tarnished ucaiion, Offlct IS and SO lUntV Btrut. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, - 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Stato Senator, W. K. IKfiYELL, For Ropresonlntivo, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. For Supt. of Schools, S. L. FROGGE. City Council Ticket. First Ward R. n. Holland. Socond Ward M. 0. Forbes. Third Word-Geo. M. Stool Fourth Ward-F. W. Dabnoy. Fifth Word E. W. Wolkor. Sixth Word-E. M. Flack. Soronth Ward-W. A. PTool. - ' " i i i i i Tho Repuullcans Havo a Scheme. Tho Republicans got together in Bocrot conclavo Monday night nnd formulated tho following ticket for "Councilmen at largo" lu dolianco of tho City Chortorond it.will bo,itia said by those who can not keop tho Bocrot, placed upon the county ballots by potition. It will bo observed that tho list is...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 20 October 1893

fikM IihiiIiibiiiiiihmii ijopMnoulllc Sleufttcliiaiu rilKtl. K MAilTl.r.r, HoalncM Mnrir FRIDAY, 0CT0I1ER 20, ' jl i . m PERSONAL GOSSIP. . 1893 L. II. JfcKoo nnd A. S. Tribblo nro Ch Icnfro (hla wook. tl. P Fnrrlg, .7. P. Wolls nnd Itllojr Ely hnvo returned from Groenvlllo. Ua T. A. SmltliBon In vifitthiff lu South Chrlatlnu (his wook. Mi. Wiu. Cownti nutl daughtor, AlisH Cornolln, nro attondlug tho World's Knlr this wook. 13. Boyd Harris nnd Mrs. V. II. Wright, of Sinking Fork, nro In tho Whlto City this wook. Mr. U.S. Pool nnd Miss Orti Cox, of Grneoy, roturnod from tho World's J'tdr Wndneeday morning. - Ciini. Gllbart, rcprosontiiif,' Robt. L. Loutf. Nualivllto, hoi boon In tho "city Booral diiys on huiinosn. Clfiudb S. Unulahnw, nnd his sister, Miss MsbrIo, left )osterdny ovnniiifr on n visit to rolntlvos In Brooklyn, X, Y. ' Mr Goo. II. Smith loft this morn. Iu fur XnHhrillo to nrrnuyo to hnvo n Iwnutlful Una of instruments from tho factory to (hit city nt onco. Max Mo mi u I ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 20 October 1893

Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. now two Ami f srmi land It for tor WW! ATi'l'ht.U PAIK AlUnavillc, Todd Co., Ky., Nov. ;, 1893. Over lOO.Ucnd of TIiio Stock. Si Jacks, :: io Jennets, :: sSlaUiom, so horse, id tattle and otlier farm iloolt, crop And Implements. Tlielienl uf Jaeks And Jennet l nijrnwn rslninKln thclAst peven rear, anil la mm of UiiMery iel lirnl In Kenhtriy or Tim art at teni'M lark. Jit lltftekltiirn. Is tt lieail t herd I nlmt (or private mf nneouiunuii county isrmi. one ina sere llto oilier wiifrm, Tncr Am no better Mock Ami no better totiAccui vrliest, oats Ami rorn In tlie. Mate, o well improved fnr the money. not sold ly Christmas tliejr Are alrendr rented next yesr. tlieretorn my s1c of atoek And per oiiAlty In absolute And without reserve Write catalogue of stock. .. N. II. RILEY, Allensvillo, Ky. Ctas. I. kayae, (BuoeesaortorolkCanslsr.) Livery, Feed And Sale Stable, nnn ouitPWTU ln VinHlKIA RTS. M0PK1NSVILLE - - WoodniRSwUhorVllhoutdriveri.furnl tgm FIRST AR...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 20 October 1893

rrs Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. now two and farms In ml If not for aonalty tor nrBBaCllliMflMlviaW TrMffTl -.--,. 1 Allensvillc, Todd Co., Ky,, Nov. 1, IMS. Over 100 Honil or Kino Stock. US Jacks, : : 40 Jennets, :: 3 Stallions. W horsea, it mtilea nl nllier fiirm stock, crop Mill lint.lrmMiH. Tlii herd of Ini'ki anil tenant Is my own rslntKlti the last seven jears, and la (went theterjr liet limit In KentiieaT r Ten ncrt llm ureal lennet lack. Jo lllnekbtirn. In at head of herd 1 alan offer for prltatn '' rise, enuth Todd county farms. One 815 aerea the other son sere, mere are no lienor atoea snd no better tubscco, wheat, nam nml porn In the State, o well Improved for the money sold by Chtlttmnt they sre slready renieil next year, therefore my aaloof atock and r la abnolutn nml without reeno Write catalogue 01 ainca, N.B. RILEY, Allensvillo, Ky Okas. I. layae, (OuocesortorolhCanelcr. Livery, Feed And Sale Stable, HOPK1NSVILLE ... - KLNTUUKY CWUooa HIrs with or without drlvcra,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 October 1893

ft Hj mf "? N , r P XaHJME S3. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. OCTOBER, 24 1893. TWICE A. WEEK AT $2 A YEABi Mb BT , -J? & , Maco, , uo 5a ? '. . rr . . ( i' v .-;." iTirrM V. " , V I ?: 'S"tft,' I Si" v? y JrJjj&llN J JnLiLiJUi ON A "FAMILIAR SUBJECT. . Tho winds which now ecntlor tho falling lenvos about your feat v(J soon gala fetroiiRlh enough (o (rcMo you. Tho wlilsllo tlmy bow inalto in a note of wowing hood to ill Doforo tho frost strikes homo irnvl.lo nrlunt Ita attack, by warmer .u(l henvior raiment? Como our way nud eo what wo havo .boTight forjou. m SS HERE'S SOIVIE NQW. a mmmmm Ofc Mrus hilo merino uudor ,v'V,8b!iB, French Collari'lto A fin lien's Itndid heavv white, TUL jnt, j1() J,mj Btpj, Random 'iihlitiirttii.dramiri, to Ribbed tnjl, full rfubr cull. CI MciYh Biipcrflan natural, wool shirte aud drnwom Ucst vnltio in. tli o raorkot, roallv 'worth Sl.M). .CI .a suit Tor moti'H hoavy ribbed ,'f Ba'brihan nliirN and i) mucin. Cheap at f 1.50 C1 Men's uiedientod ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 October 1893

K m mx Ht 75 w .i it . "7 . V , 4 r V . 0 jikmiauUe Hmtitdumu V OTtlMVWBnBKHRX . '. a .i m imaiaw wag YO'LOME 83. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 24 1893. TWICE A WEEK AT $2 A "YEAR JritjiiviLiN J ii Jwll V IB I'V ' .'. ON A FAMILIAR SUBJECT. Tho winds vhirh now scatter tlio fnlllug lonvps about your feot wilj booh galu Atrpntli enough to Incklo you, Tlio whistle . (huj now innko Jh n noto of warning tnlio hood to It! IJofoio tlio frost striken homo iirnvlJo nujalnst lift nttnek by warmer .fli)d heavier raiment? Cotno our way nntl wo nhat wo havo . ,boTt(ht forjou. m m HERE'S SOME NQW. jvimm muzamini Ofcn Mcus tiito merino Friwli Collntelto tlRf AIp"' Hplondld heavy whiln . u" jni ino and Fcotcb Random 'shirts l'rpiiih .ollaio;u Bibbm! tail, nil regular cuff. CI Men's RiiporfiiiR natural, wool ' shirts and drawero. li8t vnluo la tho markot, roallr'.worth Sl.M). CI milt for men's heavy ribbed MANY OTHER SPLENDID VALUES uw, F. bTi ti sfiswii ii 1 1 fill aT. iffift aT'in?P ,N...

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 October 1893

fHi fjoyhitwulUc Sfcufudiian. TllLlillt ltlSBil TlSlBrBlMORMSUr CHAS. M MKAOHAM. fcYBBORIPTlOH (g A YEAB IN aDVAMOB uooiltexllnr notices JO cents .erllnc. Ml I (Kin I cents per lint cacn insertion, nates Jar standing advertisements lurntthed On application. Offlc. 18 and SO SUlk 8trtt. IT?; TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 21, lb93 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Slnto Sonntor, Y. R. HOWELL, For Roproeontolivo, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. For Supt. of Schools, ' , S.L. FROGGE. ' City Council Ticket. First H. Holland. Second Word-M. 0. Forbos. Third Ward-Goo. M. Stoolo. Fourth Ward-F. W. Dabnoy. Fifth Ward-E. W. Walkor. Sixth M. Flack. Seventh Word-W. A. FPool. Mrs. Roscoo Conkli ng diod in Now York last wook. Tho Senatorial candidates mot in joint dobato at Madisonvillo Saturday. Ambassador Van Alon's nomination was confirmed Thureday by a Toloofo9to22. Hondorson has a colored candidate for Councilman Thomas Gainos, a plastoror who is liable to be elected. Tho Mason-Foard Co. has agreed to poll its penitentiary cha...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 October 1893

i -V ljopllttouUlt JRftUtudtlan. - .- wa - lll'o :. ltUTUi: tlttnlnM Mtr TUKSUAl , 0 TQHEIt 21, , I83 PEHBONAL aUSUIP. Mrs. L. Nash lias roturnod from a protruded stay nl Louisville. S II. Anderson nud wife loft for the World'B Fair last night, Hurry S. Wood, of Muysvlllc, in Mr. 0. Q. Lnyuo, tioar Iho city, Chiof of Police J. Sol Fritz is put-ling in this wook nt tho World's Fnlr, Messta. M. F. Shryor and B'. T. Underwood left for tbo World'H Fair Sunday night. Mr. Win. Cowan nnd daughter, Miss Coruolia, roluruod Sunday night from a nook's visit to tho World'H Fair. Deputy Collector W. V. Clarke, of Owousboro, is iu tho city, preparing to move his family to that city thin week. Ml Liy Prlco has roturnod from n ton day's visit to tho World's Fair nud resumed her duties ns teachor nt the Publio'school. Miss Lt'zzlo Wilson, after n two week's visit to her sister, Mrs. S, N. Vail, roturuod to Washington City yesterday momiug. Millinery Matlors. Mrs. Ada Lnyuo's fall opening occurred la...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 October 1893

!i ! irm Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS. HOPKINSVILLE. .... KENTUCKY CTVUodUlgwltnorwIthoutdrtvers,fitrnlsheitdayornlB:ht. Special rates to Coramcrcla. n i mo um pro i i 1 1 , iromouions, roou 101 room niuoininfr FOlt LADIES 81'KCTAL ATTENTION UIVKN FIRST ARRIVAL NEW FALL GOODS. Bt received now stock of Fall Goods in tho nowest designs nnil latest styles In DRF.SS GOODS, LADIES' and GENT'S UNDER WE AH, nnd J-ADIES' I1ATS and MILLINERY. Thcso with n full lino of Stanlo nnd J'ancy Dry Goods, Roots, Shoos, Hats vanio aim oiicrcti at prices lower tnnii SAM- AllcmvUtc, Todd Co,, Ky., Nov. 1, 1893. Orcr 100 llcnil of Fino Stock. 25 Jack, :-: 40 Jrnnctt, '.-'. 3 Stallion. Wi horses in mules nnd other farm atock, prop Slut Implements 1 lie herd of Jscta mid Jennets In my own raising In tin' tn' seven )i nr, nnil In i ne of tlio err beat In rds In Kentucky or Tennessee. Th great lennrt Jack, Jo Illackuurn. la now nt head of hern. I nlso offer for private sale t...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 October 1893

r jktitn s i I r iiOTupiiiwuiminPAwmiHmw 3SSH y VOLUME XV. -NUMBER 83. HOPKINSVILJiK, KENTUCKY, Fill DAY. OOTOHKK, 27 189. TWICE A WEEK AT $2 A V BAB. GENERAL BELIEF AND PRIVATE OPINION. It isn't always (lint you will find everybody ngreoiug iiXii nny subject. Every pro linn its eon, nuct nil mudiils havo a revono nulo. On tlio question nHto the Lost plaoo to buy Dry Goods, hunorvr, Ihero'H no room for h dirlf loo. Everybody who knows enough to g lu out of tint wet, known that no are fnrnud nway tlio leaden. For fo&r that somebody (but lately lauded) may not know it, uo append SO!i VERY CONVINCING An ft yard, for Nicu New Styles in Standard I'rinte. K a yard, for Indigo lllim aud Tur-"" koy Hod Prints new slylea. 71n a yard, for Genuiua Columbian 2 Cheviots, nil styles. 5n a yard, for Heavy ynrd wide llrowu Cotton worth Gjo 101n n yard, choice styles in fine newSatiiKW. C a yard, for heavy and wide ''" Standard chwk apron Gingham. Of, a yaid, for Genubiu LohwIsIs DleaeliMi cotto...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 October 1893

mill iJoj)liiu0tiUc ftcufurltian. 1EB11SBI&1USPAI CHAS. M kit 1RIJAI MS1KB, ST MEAOHAM. JBBOB1TTIOH tS k TEAS IS ADVAHOB wQolte(ilornotlcfMceiiti).erllne, local I cent! par Urns etch Insertion, Hate ibriUnillnft ailtertlsemenl lutnltbcd an application. OHct 18 ana SO HUtt Bttittt FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, - 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Stnto Sonnlor, W. R. HOWELL, For Roprosoutatiro, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. ' For Supt. ol Schools, S. L. FROOGE. City Council Ticket. Firat H. llollaud. Soconci Ward M. 0. Forbos. Third Ward-Goo. M. Sloolo. Fourth Ward F. W. Dnbnoy. Fifth W. Walkor. Sixth Flack. Sovonth Ward W. A. PTooi. Sovoa of tho victims of tho Battlo Crook railroad wrock had to bo buried without identification. James A. Domarco, founder of tho order of Knights of Honor, died in Louiavillo Monday. Mr. Lowis G. Slovonson, only son of tho Vico President, will bo Nov. 21 to Miss Helen L. Davis, of Bloomiugton, III. Snowstorms provailed in Montana, North Dakota and Minnosota Sunday and tho tem...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 October 1893

7 tpJK'11 Chicago. Miss Mary Flack is visiting frionds in Olarksvillo (his nook. Mr, C. li. Bush is ntlending Circuit Court in Princeton this wook. Cnpl. E. V. Crumbnugli, of Pa- ducah, was in tlio city Wednesday, ' Mows. L. II. McKoo and A. S, , Tribblo nro buck from tbo Worlti's i Ityir. X Mows. Buckner Leaoll and Olar- i; niooting of tho State Association of liaptists.held nt Lobanon,anu will till his regular appointments in this city Sunday morning and evening next. Mr. Charlos Knight, President of ha Board of Commissioners of tho Wostorn Asylum, loft Monday night for Chicago, to bo absoot two or three- weeks attending tho Fair. Mr. Theodore Coulter, who has been spending soverat mouths with friends in this section, left this wook for hia homo Jin Los Angeles, Cal. Ho will spend tho winter in tho Sandwich Islands. Mr. W. W. Clarke nnd family, Mrs. Buckner, Mr. Clarke's have movod to to make their homo drtiiug Mr. Clarke's connection with tho Rovonuo Service. Mr. Clarke nud his f...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 October 1893

Jt4 Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. JlfjBr MfpKrpwKyHHK i- ',ntk'fllHH rnn hbvpcth A ' liOPKlNSVILLE r niDlim Iiro IIH UUlOOOHin, pin-, fOilLADlKS SIXtlAh e FAT.t, AUen$vi' ". Todd Co., Ky., Nov. 1, 1S93. Otcr 100 llcnil of Jb'ino Stock. Si Jack, i ioJenncln, :-: 3 Stallions. 9iiIiore IS miil wiJ nihrr farm stock, crop anil iniplrn i The herd nf Jdi K snd Jennet IimycMTii atlnglti ll. Inii aevmi years, And l niimif the v. ty Ixft herds In Kentucky or lor iiM.cc Ih.igrest jennet Jaak, Jo lllnekhurn. 1 now ni lien I ,.f herd 1 slso offer for private alr two finer. uliTodd county farms. One 9TS ncrc and the win r nun acres. There arc no better etneii farms unci m. better tobaeeo, wheat, oate and i or land in the -Mate.) well Improved for the monre If not sold 1 y Christmas tlm are nlrcaJr rciitn' for next jrt r, therefore my sle feimk and per Bonnlty Is noeoluto and without riene w rm lor catalogue of etoek. N. B. ItlLEV, Allensvlllo, Ky. Ii .rt WWfl W MD WtVVit f locessortoFolkCanaler...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 October 1893

k-K m I "ST DphintiUle Jtttarktittu VOLUME 84, HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUSEDAY. OCTOBER! 1893. TWICE A WEEK AT $2 A YEA1V. FINDING MONEY. What's tho iIlfTorouce, we'd llko to knot, botwoon picking up dollars in tho mlddlo of tho big rond, nud Bnviug Uiom by buying your gow's right? You may not bo Icnrued In tlmt whloh Is xcrtlltn. but when you trndo wltli us you exhibit n wladoui which Is practical and llmt'a tho port of knowlwlgo which counts. Tho lloum wo oDiimernlo Rro notour onlr ntlrnelloim, butoiilyno 'orntwt of what wo can do for you in a hundred llnoa not to. 4c n yard, for Nico Now Styloa In Standard Prints, 5c nynrd. for Indigo IJluo ami Tur kov Red Prints choicu new tylca, 71n a yard, for Gnnuluo Columbian 'jy Cheviots, nil Hiyli's. Rn a yard, for Heavy yard wido v' Brown Cotton worth GJc. 101n nyord, choico nlyles in fiuo nnwSatiuos. E a yard, for heavy and wide Staudard chock apron Gingham 8c a yard, for Genuine Lotisdnlo Bleached cotton, sold elsowhoro at 10c 1ft n for...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 October 1893

Qfi ijojiliiuQiiiUf Stcntucltiim. ttnisbiDUisni mt ieiiiit mm, n CHAS. M, MKACHAM. I JB80MTTIO $2 A. TEAK IK ADVJJJOB MOclrtmltni:nottcci30eenU.erllne. locl ( cents por tin eacb Insertion. Hates orstandlns; adtortUomenU furnlitiod Obo IS a4 SO Jtlata Btmt. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, - 1893 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Stato Soualor, W. R. HOWELL, For Representative, ALEXANDER GAMTBELL. For Supt. of Schools, S. L. FROGGE. City Council Ticket. First II. Holland. Second Ward M. 0, Forbes. Third M. Stoolo. Fourth W. Dabnoy. Fifth W. Walkor. Sixth M. Flack. SoTonth Ward-W. A. PTool. Gov. Brown has uamod Doc. 1 as thodayfortho oxocutlon of Goorgo Armstrong, tho Sponcor county murderer. Tho formal closinc coromonios of the World's Fair to-day have been declared off account of Mayor Harrison's death. Oacnr D. Wetherill, City Comptrol. lor, bocomo8 acting Mayor to Buccood Mayor Harneon. Ho is sixty yoars old and a Republican. Sinco Hon. Boanerges Clark, tho Democratic candidato from Bowling Green, is eu...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 October 1893

tl'.iK Mi I1AHTI.KY, Hnln Miwiajtrr JESDAY, OCTOBER 01, I JI l1 . PERSONAL CiOSSIP. Clarksvillo yesterday. JB03 ' Mr. S. 0, Morcor is iu Chicago. Mr. II. II. Golay ruturuod from I Chicago Saturday, 1'iof J 8. Woods, of ClarWlllo, lj spent yostorday Iu Iho city. Mr. J. 11 Anderson aad wife havo P rorned from thoAVorld's Fair. David I. Lewis, of Bowling Greon, spent yaturdny in tho city. Mr L.G.Cox, of Eddyvlllo, spent p Sunday in tho city with bin purouta. Mis Mnggio Young, of Allousvlllo, Is vinltuig hor sister, Mrs. Dr. J. C. fcDavilt. J,udgo M. D. Brown and wifo havo returned from a shoit visit lorolotives iu Ashler, 111. Mr FrodC. Stouo is dangerously ill with pnouinoum at his homo near Church Hill. Mr. Vv. A. Diuguid has gone to Chicago to bo on baud at Iho closing ceremonies of tho WorJd'H Fair. iilr. 0. . Trice and family Imvo re-turned to thoir homo in Fott Worth, Toxns, alter a short visjt to relative in mis cny. Messrs. Q. li. AJudorwood and M. F. Shryer, und Judge W.P. Wiu...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 October 1893

Jack Stock, Horses, Mules, Etc. HlHuutfl dr V W rnn swvrcN'TM HOPK1NSVILLE - KENTUCKY I'e1 iat? . tVS?"iiCoom AND VIRGINIA STS. ARRIVAL GOODS. Goods in Iho newest designs anil latest and GENT'S UNDERWEAR, and Tlicso with a full lino of Stnplo ami and Notions purchased tltirlnir tlio over uoioro Known. A bargain oU'crcd t FIRST NEW FALL st received now stock of Fall at vies In DRESS GOODS, LADIES LADIEV HATS and MILLINERY. Fancy Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats fame ana oiiercu at prices lower man Jii ovory article, at MOREIS COHEN'S, Next door to First National Hank. .to W RATEBl e.a&2VPEn0AY. D.P.niTCHEY. MANAOCR. L ik Ni Tlirrturrri Tsm.mIs I in n IIIIUUcLII MUIII L.IIIC7 between the cities o' Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis ville Evansville St. Louis, And the cities of Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans, WITHOUT (JILOGE! AND SPEED UNRIVALED. hoy test & Quickest Route From St. Louis, EvanBvillo and Henderson to tbe fc:.0UTIIEAST & SOUTH Through Coaches Fr...

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