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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 24 March 1884

JPetttt ljl jll ,J - VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 24. 1884 NUMBER 25 I r CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS ISSUED KVKUV TUESDAY ASI) FltlDAY MOIIN1NII II V MEACHAM & WILGUS. tUIiLlSllEllS AND P RQPltlETORb SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, one your, utrlctly earth In ad vance fVti ne ropy, Mix mouth 1 1,00 Nombicrlptionn taken on time nmt all papuiu stopped when out. One copy free to any ono Rending unlive yejirly cioth tmlBcrihcin. BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED' Tour Insurance Solicited in the PHCENIX Insurance tl Company, OK IIAItTFOItl), CONN. 'tinii capital, . . Liabilities, . . . Surplus 'I'llllll AsselS, . . Total lssm'H Paid, $ i,nfm.(KKt.oo 1.:iiu.imu.kT , 1,127,14:1.44 , 4,i4ii,s1im.:ii 1ii,in,:ui.iio Issues Htlii'in nualust low or daiunni' by Fire mi) l,i)tlithlHKt without Hitilitlotii.1 i-hnri. Toiiiudii.t) clone iiml Wiiiil-Slxrni lusiirnce IsSIU'd. FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers, At JESTS, Hopkinsvillo, Kontucky. OFFICE...

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. — 24 March 1884

CIIA8. M. M EACH AM, Editor TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1834. Tho Virginia Legislature lias ad journcd, but the Kentucky solons are tstill in session. An unknown tramp machinist full from a freight train, at Rowling Green, and was killed. The Madisonvillc Gleaner says Webster county man lias a darning needle that lias been in use for lit) yeni-p. That's nothing. A man in Ijouisvillo litis in daily use the same nose he used to smell with 100 years ago. Bishop II. II. Kuvanaugli, of the Methodist Episcopal church South who died atColom'ous, Miss., on the 19th inst., was 813 years old and had Deen in tne ministry tor sixty years and had been a Itishop thirty years, He was a resident of Louisville and his remains were taken to that eitv for interment. Capt. C. T. Allen, the widower ed itor of the Princeton Banner, will be married to-day to Miss Lizzie Meade, of Brunswick county, Virginia. Capt Allen is a gentleman of excellent character and is well known as a jour nalist, a lawyer and a politici...

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. — 24 March 1884

limilVl SOUTH KEKXUCKIAN. TUESDAY, MAUCII2,-), 1884. c. c. :;oiilk I our traveling correspondent mul business manager, and nil cmitiacls inudo liy him will bo carried nut liy us. Mkacium WiLum. SOCIALITIES. . IiiHiu-e Willi T. W. & V. W1 Buokiicr. Mm. J. C. Wooltlridgo U at Paw- HOII. Mr. V. II. Howe, of Nashville, is in IIir city. Mm. Dr. K. U. Cook U veiling relative-!) in tliecity tliin week. Mr. J. It. Peace, of HiiKsellvillc, was in (he cily Siiiulay and Monday. Mm. Wlnl. Henry, of Casky, is visiting friends In tho city this week, lim Lucy Whillook visited tho family of Col. .1 no. W. Mi l'heivon, l.isl week. Mi nit Stannic Arnisby, of Louisville, is visiting her relative, Mm. S. (' lliickner. Mr. .lull n Hull, one of tho propi'le tors of tho Madisonville (ileaner, is in the rily in tin; interest of his paper. Misses Kininuaml Salliu Cuniphell have returned from an extended vis it to their aunt, Mrs. K. Itoyd Faulk ner, of iMarlinsbiii t?, W. Va. Mrs. W, ('. Cook and her li...

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. — 24 March 1884

ssnr sontf ''BHTUG&AX. NASHVILLE STHEF.T. IIOI'KINSVILLE, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish the following pnpers anil e ioilicals Willi tliu skhi-Wkkki.y Soitu Kkx Ti'OKiANnt the eulijoiiicil chcup rates: linily Courier-Journal 12.50 Weekly Courier-Journal f 3.25 " Louisville Commercial W.OO Farmers Home Journal i!.lu Peterson's Magazine .(3.G0 Uoiley's l.uilv'a Hook J8.I50 Now York Weekly Sun 8.10 Cincinnati Sews 8.10 TO CO-RESPONDENTS. We want (resh, reliable ami readable letters from every nciglilmrhooil where the Sksii Weekly South Kkxti'ckian circulates. Give us tliu .lews plainly, correctly, briefly and inli'l- igibly, without needless comment or rhetorical flourishes. Let no ohitiinry notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or write about matters of no Interest to the reading public Use but one side of the paper and write as often asyouhavu news items to chrouicle, and fli oftencr. Hot in tiePlr-. 'rim liumor of the slaw arc ofliincs iinproini til ami miliie...

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. — 28 March 1884

JE2 VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 28. 1884 NUMBhR 26 V. ,1 51' 5 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WIL0U3 I88U1CD VKIir TUESDAY AM) KMDAY MOKNINO BV MEACHAM & WILGUS. eUlthlSllKllH ASl PKOI'RlKTOItb. SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. Ono copy, one your, slriclly cusli In ad vance 12,00 One copy, six months 1,00 N subscriptions taken on tlmo anil all papers stopped when out. Oiio copy free to niiy ouo sending unlive yearly cash subscribers. BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED Your Insurant Solicited in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OK llAltTKOKD, CONN. (anil 111 il til), , , Liabilities, . . , Surplus Total Assets, . , Totltl LoKM'S I'lllll, $ i.nno.mio.iKi J,:i1'.MHH.M7 . 1,117,14.1.41 , 4,44ii,aM.:il I,l,4NI,:cil.wi (runic illi'lcs against loss or daning!' liy Klre ami Lightning, without aiiditiiint.l charge. Tornado, I ydonc and Wind-Morni Insuraic Issued. FARM PROPERTY A SI'KCIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers, AGENTS, HoptinsTille, Kentucky. OKKH'K: nl Floor Hunk of. Itopkl...

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. — 28 March 1884

til AS. M. M EACUAM, Kditor FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1884. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TION. The Dcmocrals of Christian coun ty arc hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House in Ilopkinsville, Saturday, April 2(i, 18 81, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of selecting delegates to tho State Convention at Frankfort, May 7, call ed for the purpose of sending dele gates to the National Democratic Convention, at Chicago, July 8. G. A. Chami-mn, D. C. C. C. Ciias. M. Meaciiam, Secretary. President Arthur is without an or gan in New York City. Mr. Euituctt G. Logan, the braini rst member of tlio Cincinnati News Journal stall', has resigned tho posi tion of managing editor of that paper. JC. Is. Jlaves, who was onco con nected in a disreputable manner with tho Presidency, subscribed the enor mous sum of $1 to the Ohio Hood sufferers. President Arthur has received his first black eye in the Presideiftial tight, in the Philadelphia primaries. His friends were defeated overwhelm ingl...

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. — 28 March 1884

mmm south kbktuckian. ritlDAV, MAKCIl 28, 1831. C. C. NOHLK let our traveling correspondent aii1 business mniuiKcr, ami nil contracts made by liun will be curried out by us. M each tit S Wn.ui'H. SOCIALITIES. Insure Willi T. W. & 1 W'lluckncr. Mr. and Mrs. TIiok. Y, IJodnianarc boarding at Mr. J. C. U mil's. Miss lii'llu Henry, of Casky, is Kicmliii this week in the cily. Mr. Tlioiniis Wallace, of (iarrelts burg, u na in llie city yesterday. .Major .loliu lilankciisliin, of ltclle view, is in the city as jolly as ever. Mr. A. T. Wiinberley.ot' the Cadi. Telephone, was In the city Tuesday. Mis I.iz.ie White, of Xewslead, at tended the theatre Wednesday eve ning. Misses Mary and Annie MeKee, of Casky, spent some daysof this week in the city. Mrs. Tims. L. llarvie and Miss Siiiah It. Harvey, of Clarksville, ii'e the guests of Mrs. S. It. Ouinbniigli. Mr. J no. A. Scott, tin;' planner and builder of the new Cadi. Court house, was in the city this week. Mr. L. M. Cii.vee, of lleverle...

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. — 28 March 1884

. i vzxm sraia mm, NASHVILLE STHKKT. U OPKINS VILUi, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo will ftirniali the following papers nml pe Imlienln Willi the Kkmi-Wkkki.y Soi'tii Kkm tcckias at Hie subjoined eheap rntt-s: ll.iily Courier-Journal 112.50 Weekly Courier-Journal e.1.25 " IiOUievillo Commercial 18.00 Fanner Home Journal '. I II. 15 l'etenum's Magazine fiMiO Oodey's Lady's Hook $11.(10 New York Weekly Sim $3.10 Cincinnati News 3U0 TO CORRESPONDENTS. We want fresh, reliable and readable letters from every neighborhood where the Kbmi Wkkkly Soi'Til KiiSTi'Ciiiax circulates. Uive ua the tews plainly, correctly, briefly and Intel tgibly, without needless comment or rhetorical flourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discus the weather, or write aliout matters of no Interest to the reading public Use hut one side of the paper and write as often as you have news items to chronicle, and lis oftener. Oar Agents. The following persons are our auth irized agents, who will receive su...

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. — 1 April 1884

(TV (tycy VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. APRIL 1.1884 NUMBER 27 1 . V i CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGU8 ISSUED EVEUV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOHNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. tUllLISUERS AXl) PttOI'HIETOttS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year, strictly oiwh In ad vance IVO ne copy, six months 11,00 Mo auluw-rl ptioiia taken on time ami all pa iters Btoppcd v. hen out. Ono copy free tip any ono sending us Ovo yearly cash subscriliers. .u......... ........'..... .i'S'-- ..S.,w.......V...'M-,W.. BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRE-TESTED. Tour Insurant Solicited in the PHCENIX Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, (DNS. Oa.h Capital I S.nno.noo.oo Liabilities I.HltMW.W surplii- l.lsf.ua.M Total Assets, 4,4tll,ios.Sl Total Losses Paid M,4h1,KM.W Issues policies against low or damage !'' Fire ami l.llitniii)c, without addlllotu.l charge. Tornado, Cyclone and Wind-Storm Insuroce Issued, FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers, AGENTS, Hopkinnville, Kentucky. OFFICE: lift Flo...

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. — 1 April 1884

v wmt m mmw, i.. S.a.a..'SS CIIAH. M. M EACH AM, Editor TUEDSAY, APRIL 1, 1884. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TION. .Tho Democrats of Christian coun ty arc hereby called (o meet in mass convention nt the Court House in Hopkiusville, Saturday, April 20, 13 81, at 1 o'clock, i-. m., Cor the purpose of selecting delegates to- the State Convention at Frankfort, May 7, call ed for the purpose of sending dele gates to he National. Democratic Convention, at Chicago, July 8. G. A. Umami'mn, Ch'm. D. C. C C. Chad. M. Mkaciiam, Secretary. Tho Legislature has passed a rer olution to adjourn April Hon. Augustus Schcll died in New York last week, in the 72 year of his Gen. Graham has again defeated tho Egyptian rebels and the cam paign is practically at. an end. ' A man named Herald opened a sa loon In Canton, Kansas, in violation of the prohibition law, and the wom en of the iilace raided his saloon and poured his lienors into tho street. Tho bill prohibiting the circulation In flic Police News, Pol...

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. — 1 April 1884

limim SOUTH KSNTUCKIAN. TUESDAY, Al'ltIL 1, 1884. C. C. NOllLK la our trawling corrosKndent mid business manager, and all contracts made, by him n ill bo carried out liy im. Mkauium & W11.OT8. SOCIALITIES. ' IiiHino with T. W. & V. W' Iiuckncr. Mr. C. 11. Uostwiek, pension ugunl, is iir tlio city. Mr. C. M. Lntlinm lino returned from New York. Mr. V. M. Metcalfe U at Imnio nuiii this week. Mrs. Iko Salluo, of Trig;? county, .was in lliu city Siitimluy. Jtuv. J. X. l'rostridjio, of Now Cas tle, will return home lu-iluy. Messrs. II. C Uirlmnls and Jus. T. Cunt returned from Cincinnati Sul urduy night? Mr. Klbridjfe Ilnnlsliuw, of Pem broke, has return."! from Texas much pleased w ith the country. Mr. V. S. Clii'iil'iam, of this coun ty, has accepted u position as travel ing salesman Willi the 1. M. Osborne Machine company. Miss Cora llaker left yesterday for llopkiusvillu wherb she will visit rel atives. Princeton Iluuner. . Mrs. V. W. Wiljiams, of Hopkins ville, is the guest ...

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. — 1 April 1884

iM! south ebuh, NASHVILI.K 1K)PKINSVIL,T,E, 8TKKKT. KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo will fnrnisli the following iiiprannit pe io licals Willi tliu Skmi-V'ki:ki.v Soi tu Ken Ti'CKiASat the eulijoincil cheap rates: Daily Courlcr-Joni-uiil Hi.60 Weekly Courier-Journal. $8.20 " Iouinville Commercial $8.00 Farmers Hume Journal (8.16 l'etenum's M:igar.ino fH.no Umley's Laily'b Hook $8.60 New York Weekly San 18.10 . Cincinnati Sew .18.10 TO C0B3B3P0NDSNT1 Wo want fresh, HKahle ami readable letters fr.itn every neighborhooil where the Skjii Whkiu Soi'TU Kkstcchias circulates. Give us thu .tews plainly, correctly, lirietly anil inlel igibly, without needless comment or rhetorical nourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or write about matters of no interest to the reading public Use hut one side of the paper and write as often iiRy-iu h.tvo new items to chronicle, and lis ofteiicr. Oar Agents. The following persons arc our uuthori.c! ngeuts, who will receive sub...

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 April 1884

r VOLUME VI. . HOPK1NSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. APRIL4.1884 NUMBER 28 L I . -. .4 1 1 1 . 1 h .0 1, W. A. WILGU8 ISSUED KVKRY TUESDAY AND FKIDAY MOII.VINM UV MEACHAM & WILGUS. PVItLtSiUCItH AST VHOl'hlETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Onu cpy hiiu year, Blriclly emit In nl vntwo ; f 2,0(1 ii6roiy, Hlx mntitlm $1,00 No iMilwmpOon liiktMi on time 11 ml all impure BUiptwl when out. - nu copy frt-L'lo tiny 0110 ruling us live V iMi i' I y rtuuli sultwrlhcrti. BUSINESS CARDS. TIME-TRIED. FIRETE8TED. Your Insurance Solicited in tho - PHCENIX Insurance fICompany, OE IIAIlTKOllll, CONS. :)! t mi(al J.noo.oiin.oo liiilillillc l,:il.oW.W Surplus, I.IS7.IIII.44 Total AMtx 4.4lil.a.l Totnl l.ue l'lliil li'i,4IVI,!CI4.t Imhu' killiiiH again! ItifM or dnningoliy Fire ami Lightning, witlioiil additional I'lmnie. Tornado, Cyclone unil Wind-Storm liisurace llMUcd. FARM PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. Campbell & Rodgers, AGENTS, llopkinsville, Kentucky. timtK; IlllM.llllg. Jii.l KliHir Hank nt llcipkiiHvl...

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 April 1884

mmim m mmmi CHAM. M. MEACHAM, - - Editor FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TION. The Democrats of Christian coun ty are hereby called to meet in mass convention at tlio Court House in Hopkinsville, Saturday, April 20, 18 8l, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention at Frankfort, May 7, call ed for the purpose of sending dele gates to the National Democratic Convention, at Chicago, July 8. G. A. Uiiamplix, Ch'm. D. C. C. C. Ciias. M. Mkaciiam, SoiTetarw Guiteau predicted fires, Hoods and war. Was Guiteau a prophet? It seem so. The preachers of Cincinnati de clined to preach about llu riots last Sunday. Cincinnati will not be apt to forgot her ''Bloody Sunday," for some time to come. The bill to establish a Board of Commissioners of Public Charities was defeated in the House. Madisonvillc lins been turned to the tender mercies of a local malic company. over d ra it was not a Kentuck v mob or there would havo been a different res...

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 April 1884

8EU-WSESLT SOUTH FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884 C. C. NOULK la our traveling correspondent and business manager, and all contract! made by him will be carried out by ui. Miicham Wild is. SOCIALITIES. Insure with T. W. & F. W. Buckner. Mrs. Siiiitlmoii who has becu quite nick in convalescing. Mr. James Pyc, the merchant tai lor, weut to Naslivillo yesterday. Iolk Cansiui' left tins morning for Louisville, to be absent several days Mr. V. W. Rudford ha gouo to Clarksvilleou a visit. Dr. D. J. Giuh has been quito sick for several days but is now improving some. Mr. Howard Layne, near Fairview, is recovering from a very severe spell of sickness. Mr. Geo. Thacker, of Rome, Tenn.. spent several days last week in our city visiting his relatives. Tohc Hurt, of the firm of I'caree, Hurl & Co., wholesale liquor dealers, Louisville, is in the city. Tube's a' good one. Miss Jennie Glass, a Hopkinsville belle, is in thecity on a visit to the Misses Hodge on lower Main. Hen derson Reporter. Mrs. T...

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 April 1884

NASHVILLE BTltKKT. HOPKINS VIU.K, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo will fiiraVt t:u filliwini! p.ior i and pr i i li.MH with tliii Ski-Wki:ki.y S.hth Kem tciikias :it fits au;ijinv''l cltoap ratu.H: Daily C-mrk'r-.lo'irn il f 12..'.0 Wu.'kly CiKiriur-.I mrmil $S.S5 , " LxiisyillL t'-mi iit'ccial f'i.W Kwnora il ru j louraal 1.15 l'otjr-)' ' M:is uiuy $3.00 G ljy' l.a ly'i II wk .1.00 NuiV Turk Weekly Sun f3.10 Cliii'.in.iiiti Xuivj 3.10 T3 C).13?TD2r3. Wj writ ftv1!, ivUa'ila uitil rcnl:i1ilc letters tYiii ) very 'i iriwicl where tliu Sbmi WK!'.:;i.y Sorrn Ivknntukias uimil.tUM. Uivo it i Ijm .u.Vi pUinly, cofi'o ;lly, brielly unit intul ii ily. mm. nit i -J ll .-4 co.it. ujiit or rhetorical fl i.imii h. Lit n n!itti;i!,y notice exceed ten 1U is; l hi't iltu lh weather, or write about mm mm n' utitiLoi'Mt t tluj reailing public IT i ) b.it oiu rii bof tli.' pajwr ami write as often in i 'i ;.' j ii ;.v) it ;:in to c!ir hilde, und ih ofJ!iu:. T'i fill-nrlu..; irjr.im are oar iiiUli'iri.tvi ii...

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. — 8 April 1884

etitttclktftti VOLUME VI: HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. APRIL 8. 1884 NUMBLR 29 a ; CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILCUS I 'ED EVKIIV TUESDAY AND KUIDAY MOltNINU UY MEACHAM & VILGUS tUithlHSlEHH ANT) VltOPHlETOHS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, strietly cnah In ad vaiicn W One copy, six months 1 1 .M No subscriptions taken on llmo and all pini topped when out. One jopy free to any ono ending lis live Venrll cash subscribers. BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. Shannahan, Ti SHOE MAKER COl'HT ST., rear 1'lmitvra llnnk. All stylet wade nl bottom llgurus unci Ilia guaranteed, (Jnu 1 'W-ly.) Pictures! Pictures!! I will probiililv 1h c1ohi1 up hi a utitirt whiln, rh my nky-Miclit'will Ix tttopiH'ri up ly tlie wn of I In mW liuiltltnn now liehiir rti'tt' tt'ljohw liilC my Ktillury, I will Ilicii not Ire utile to tiike pu l ii ni until I muvulula my tiiurU'tii hi llie new biilltliiitf. 1 hoi W tliMiu wlm want ptrtinv will call tut early n Knwiby nmt let me tterTe the in while I can. febS-J...

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. — 8 April 1884

am. mi mm CHAM. M. ME AC HAM, Editor KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE. TUESDAY, APML8, 1884. ANNOUNCEMENT, Wo aro authorized to announce John lovu as a ltcpubliran i-nndi-date for ShcrilV of Christian county. Klcclion August LSSt TICN. Tho Democrats of Christian coun ty arc hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House in llopkinsville, Saturday, April 2(, 18 81, at 1 o'clock, v. v., for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention at Frankfort, Slav 7, call ed for the purpose of sending dele rates to the National Democratic Convention, at Chicago, July 8. G. A. Ciiampun', Ch'm. D. C. C. C Ciias. M. Mkaciiam, Secretary . The cities and towns of Indiana held their municipal elections yester day. Prince Leopold, Dike of Albany youngest son of Queen Victoria, died a few davs atio. lie was about 3J years old. Tom Cauiinn niiiouii"t's lhat the Henderson Sentinel will on mx' Friday rise again "to walk in new ness of life." The liOtiisvillo notTco made G7L ai- Win. llainscy, ...

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. — 8 April 1884

WEEKLY SQUIB XEH TUESDAY, AP1UL 8, 1881. C. C. NOULK lb our traveling eorrosondeut and business manager, and all contractu mmlo ly hint will be carried out by us. Mkaciiau & Wiuitrs. TIME TABLE FOS TRAINS. FASSKNUKK. LKAYK3 0:15 A. u AHH1VK8 3:80 P.M. Nashville, Louisville, j Memphis. ) la ::! r. a. Nashville Smith. K'nsvllle. 12:110 r.M B;ll r. u. Kviuisvillc-Nurtli. .N'hvillu. 11:12 r. u .MIXKl) LOCAL. 8:511 r. il. No'onsville, lle'crsou North.t:M P.M 7;auA.M. " " " tt:10 P. u POST omCK-llrMiw St. (h'ii fur loiters, slumps 7 a. m. to 0 r. u. " " iiiuney ordurs a A. u. to 4 I. H. ' " delivery, Sundays 11:16 tol:l5 P. M. rlOt'TllEUN KXIMtKss OKKICK, .North Mum St. Open 8 a . Hi to fi y. . . . . . x - ' SOCIALITIES. Iiihiiio with T. W. & F. W. Uiickncr. Mr. T. J. Morrow lias returned from it trip to tlic I'iiivIiuhc. Miss Aiiniu lticlinnl.-ton, of I'eiil broke, is vUitiii;; Mittj Lullio Wool tlr'ulj,'!). Minn Lucy Henry, of tliU city, n viisitittjf Miss Mamie Henry, in South ...

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. — 8 April 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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