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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 January 1889

I 0lkltll1tllC Live, Newsy and Progressive. CEUI'-YTEEELY, At $2.00 per Annum. tttiu THE LARGEST CHtClLATION. THE BEST AOVEATHINo MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTAL'IIKD. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., JANUARY 29. 1889. NUMBER 9 OLUME XI. wr II ii ii ii ii ii Ei 11 til PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, ci ias. m'mhaciia (Tiiko. K. Uaiiti.kv, HusIhomh Jlmirijror arTHHCRIPTION RATES. ' Out. oopy. ou jur, itrletljr ouk la Kl- flHO i lopf , ! month! 91.00 ier Absolutely Pure. Thll ikiwiIit nnrer rli. A mrl f parllr, .lrcntli wlil,m.nM.. Mor. srononlrsl llin in orliiir)t kui'lJ, MlMsnlil insnn-minn Willi th. nltuuil. of Inw Ml, .Hon wltil alum or nhjwhaw rowdnm only IB fn.. KOYALBAH- NU roWUKKtll- 10 M.N.T. BUSINESS CARDS. H. Wltoo Kory. U.M.mu. FORG-Y & BELL, orncc OVKll PLANTKK'S bank. K-pccUl attention glvon to ill Huil loss. 9-9-ljr HENRY J.STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW. IIOI'KINSVIIJ V, KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTIST, HOPKINSVILLE. - KY. urntATINl) A UPKOIALTT. Office over M. Frinkol ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 January 1889

Ijophiuouillc ricntucluau. CKAS. M. MEACHAM, - ' TUESDAY, J ANITAUY 2!l, 1881). HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A livo and growing Ul of VOO Inhabitants, situated In county uf tu.OOO. 'Jno Louisville anil -NatliTtlle hii two linos of railroad in the oounlr and In people have recently voted: eld to t- new roails. Largest tobacco growing nounlT In tne world. Wheat corn, haj coal. livu stock ami fruits produced for export la laire ii:anlltle. The city nat four banks watt. u agitrogate oapltal of llJU.Ofu. A plan lug mill and wngon factory, thrco oarrlage factorlevllme factory, tobacco manufactory, two foundrioa, three trlckjnrd, broom fac tory, ttram laundry. Ice factory, two large flouring mills in the city and several In the noanty. Splendid driving pm k and line opora house. Five turnpikes centering in llopklns- Ville. Building and Loan Association, Com mercial Club, a telepbore exchange, numbered streets and houses and city lighted by gas Macadamliud streets and brick ddewalks 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. — 29 January 1889

2wltiii9uMcjtUntud VHEO. C. BARTLCVi . ! ! TUESDAY, JANUARY 2!), 1889. frtioM win wanted oold weather to freel T Net I not fret; Vo now beve plenty of mow and sleet, jou ten bet, And winter la onto ui with both feet, , ; Don't forget. PERSONAL GOSIP. Col. B. A. llurne'.t, C'ad.i, wu In town jci- tenUy. Iter. J. o. Itust arrived Friday and will be ' iiere uvoru ) a t Mr llailey Waller hu return Oil from ft uusl n k trip lo Imtvillee McsHettte Bolilason, of UuiTlUe, It the fit t of Mim Annie LIiroinb. .lit ItroJoe MeCairoll end Dr. W. Y. ration Tt l.t-d Hoiuleiajoa Friday. Ititin W.Tw)tiin hiu returned from three m nth' visit lu LtfLo t ity, Fin. I'.C. IU-yn'iMtrtrl for Florida Thursday evening to visit frleiid.Crlier.cn. Mim l.lie r.lmuD-lon left for Claraivllle, Batuntur, on a vibll to her fr lend, Mrs. A lor, W arlleld. M im Ida Wfhlatn relurnH bone to Huswll vilte rr.U.y, eftrra visit t her liter, Mrs T W. ltudR.au. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Anderson and their daughter, linie all Janie,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 January 1889

wsW,S ''? r.-"V. "".AWW Jf -'-.TW!'?!1' Wv-- fi T Ail I ill Hfei.L. A PHYSICIAN'S LETTER. "Gentlemen:! am glad to Soap," and have long intended doing so. It has become a household necessity with us. If there is an unusually obstinate spot on the clothing, on the wood work, an ink daub on my desk cover; a polish required for the door- plate or surgical instruments, a cleansing and harmless preparation for the teeth, and a very superior toilet We buy it by the box, remove thoroughly ripen. Now, if I had saved fifteen wrappers I would ask you to send my little girl a drawing book in accordance with your offer in the Youth's Companion; but as it is, we all feel under obligation to you for manu facturing 'Ivory Soap' for us. We do not hesitate to recommend it unqualifiedly to all our friends. It is one of the few articles that A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soans, ach represented to be "lust as good as the ' Ivory' I they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, the genuine. Ask tor ...

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

THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEST ADVERTItlNa MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. Live, Newsy id. Progressive, 'SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 4.1889. NUMBER 40 VOLUME XL im PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AMD FRIDAYS, ' chas. IMEACIIA: Tiim. K. IIauti.icv, llusliioss Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES One oopr. on jsar, strloUy ewb la ed iuh M n lopy, its auintbs .9100 POVJDER Absolutely Pure. Thl. powder ear ranee. A wml of purllr, ilrtinnh aad wlmleenmenea.. More eronoralral iui trie ordinary In eulueeold i nnmpeUlloa with the multitude ol low MS .horn welbl or PJ'"" rnwrtotD. SoM only In BOT A L B A NU rOWDKH CO- 104 Wall ' BUSINESS CARDS: ft. Walton Forgy. O. M. Bell. FORG-Y & BELL, X.AWVBIIS. orrici OVEB PLANTEB'S bank. Especial attention gWen to all Dual new. 9-9-ly HENRY J.STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOFKINSVILLF, KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTIST, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. orsBATina a ipboialtt. Office orer M. Frank! Bona'. Dp. J. !. DT7XHT, PHYSICItHAH...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 February 1889

Ijorlitiioulllc llfuiudila.l. CHAt. M. MEACHAM, ' . FHIDAV, KKUKI AKY 1, 1880. . HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A live and growing It, of V'CO Inhabitants, eltnatrd In a county of so.ooo. The Lomsvillr and Nashville hse two llnee of railroad in the county anil the people hava recently voted aln tot new roads. Largest tobacco growing nounty In tha world. Wheat corn, hay coal, llvo etock and fruita produced for oaport In laiye it:antltlta. The city hat four bank llli an aggregate oapltal ofttsu.oto. A plan ing mill and wagon factory, three carriage faotorlea, lime factory, tobtooo inaaufactory, two foundries, three trickyardr, broom fao- torr, steam laundry, lea factory, two large flouring mills In the city, and several In the county. Splendid driving park and one opera house. Five turnpike! centering In Hopkins villa, llutldlng and Loan Association, Com mercial club, a lalepboLo exchange, numbered streets and nouses and city lighted by gas Macadamized streets and brick sidewalks all over th...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 February 1889

8HW 3351 i THIO. I.iARTLIY. FKIDAV, FEHKUAUY 1, 1889. If ilie srcloiiiTS monas jhinlil emerge To-morrow and behold tbe sun. Then back lor forty ilnyi he'll o, For wlsler hi imi Jusl be aim. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Lewis Oulhrl. visited ClarkSTllle I lilt week. Mr. Buckner Leaeell ii In Louisville on buel. ' Mim Ktta Greenwood U visiting frteiifs In ClarkiTllla. ( Mrt. OIil, of aprlngdolil, Olilo, l Tliltlnt Mrs. A. W. I'yle left Wednesday tn an extended Botitliera trip. Mra 8.(1. Hirkman, K klnn, Is vlalllng her paroiitsat llelhel female Uol lego. Mra J. M, Bowline, and daughter neve re turn, d tot larkirllla. after a tlill ti Mn. B. b. Mood. at lat Mabel Dodd baa relumed from (ireen vule, a'-uutianitd bv Iter cousin, Mim Laura Mar Kuwe. Dr. J. B .lankaon, we are gla I to note, le up twin ble late f wll of sirkueM, and waa la the oily )i!4tjrday. Mr. Ike Mirnvtt, a prominent 'attorney rj llopklnarllli.. km in tbe city last evening; vis Ulna bit ntiew, Henry llurnelt. K. radu tab News. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 1 February 1889

Messrs. TROCTER & GAMBLE, Cincinnati, O. Gentlemen: Although a stranger to you, and my testimonial entirely unn;c?:siry, as it certainly is unsolicited, yet I take great pleasure in testifying to the excellence of your Ivory Soap, and thanking you for putting it on the market at so low a price. It has entirely supplanted the use of Castile and other fine soaps m my household for several years past, being in no way inferior and from fifty to seventy-five per ce;t. more economical. A good test I find for the purity of a soap is to try it with a brush for cleansing the te.-th, and the taste of the Ivory so used is perfectly sweet and clean. Very Respectfully Yours, W. S. BAKER, M.D. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'IvoyV thsy ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of ths genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Cop.rrlKht IfliO, by T.-octcr & Gamble. Jjopkinsuillt...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1889

Urate $Hrttibl kvcau THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEIT AO VERT: SI NO MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. Live, Newsy and Progressive. SEMI -"WEEKLY, ' At $2.00 per Annum. HOPKINSVILL2. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 5.1889. NUMBER 11 VOLUME XI. PUBLISHED TDE8DAT8 ADD FEIDAT8, CIIAS. M. ME AC1IAM. Tiiko. E. IIaiiti.-jv, llimiiicss Jlaiinjfor SUBSCRIPTION RATES. oa oopT, on. tut, atiiaUr aaak la ad- t V .--lopy,Bla: monlha... 110 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thl. iwjw.Iit ne'er .nne.. A marTel ol eurUr, .treii.in Bud nMeeoraenee.. Mora ronotnt'') loan thw or.lin.ry kin.la. .art oan nl l lil in ooraprtlli'ia wltUm. niultllu'tt of low Ml, .horl nel'lil .mm or rno.plii.le rnw.lera Mil onlr In UOTAL BAa NU roWUKUCO..10W118l.N.T. BUSINESS CARDS. I. Walton forty. U. M. Ml. FORGY & BELL, LAWY3SRS, orncs ovb planter's bank. Epecll mention given to ill Bint neat. 9 9-ly HENRY J.STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIOrKtNSVILLP, KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTIST, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. OPBBATIHO A IPBOIALTT. ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1889

Jjojilthtstnllc Kenttttklctt. CH.S. M. MEACHAM, TUESDAY, FKUltUAKY 6, 1889. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A lira an growing cltv o( 8,K Inhabitants, altuatoil Ins county ol .0,000. In Louuwille and Nashville h.e two llncaot railroad In tbe oounty awl the pooplo have recently Tolod aid tolw newroails. Larae.t touiceo growing oounlilnthe world. Whaat.oorn, baj ooal, Ike stock end Iriilta produced lor export la laiye iuanlltiue. The clly u lour banks with an aggrcgale capital of Ilili.OfO. A plan' immlll and wagon factory, three carriage tscloriei, lime lactory, tobscoo inanulaotory, two foundries, three 1 rick yards, broom lao lory, ateain laundry, loe factory, two large Souring mllla In the city and aevcral In the eounty. splendid driving park and fine opera houao. five turnpikes centering In Hopklna Tille. Building and Loan Aseooletlon, Com mercial club, atelcphoreexchange.numberod streets and houaea and elty lighted by (aa Macadamised treeta and brick tUlcwalka all over the city. Klovcn ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1889

JjopkiitamUe SUntudtian, THEO. C. BARTLEV, mint" Mlilr I TUESDAY, FKBItUARY 5, 1889, Horklovllte now bu KIIC Wha fall not when tluljr eell.; Thoee who Uroak the public pox Sural; land i prle a walla. I PERSONAL GOSSIP. Rut A. II. Cbull WM lo ttaocltj Similar. Mrs.. B. Dlrken, Memphis, Is slaltln Mn. Hhlpp. Her. J. O. Kuil rolumeil to Lonlsrllla lentay. Mr. IliiKkner Learell returned HatiirdayfroRi Lnilerllle. A. J. WlmUerlf, of Cad'a, TO In the cltr ye Icr-lay. lh-il.ul MtneUr. Palrrlew, .l.ltetl fiiemb le III. nlty Sunday, II iu V'e Mauibim. Ilellerlew, li ipendluf tlie wevk wub ion 1a In tbe city . Ml Uullo IliM, who liteuitilng In the country, spent Selurilay aed Sunday In car. Mr. K D. Rl.aje, of Kuoirllle, Teno., te In the city loukinf aruunl with a flew ot locating here anil embark mf In mercantile puraulte. Mr. J 8. Itaipdnle, or Uouklnafllle, la In the dir. He will regain in buylos and putting up loliacoo here la'a .cartn In connection with Mr. J. T. Hire, under the Dm name ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1889

Messrs. PROCTER & GAMBLE, Genti.emkn : Although a stranger to you, and my testimonial entirely unnecessary, as it certainly is unsolicited, yet I take great pleasure in testifying to the excellence of your Ivory So.r, and thanking you for putting it on the mirlcet at so low a It has entirely suppl.intej the u.;e of Castile and other fine soaps in my household for several years past, Icing in no way inferior and from fifty to seventy-five percent, more economical. - - ... A good test I find for the purity cleansing the te;th, and the taste of and clean. Very Respectfully Yours, A WORD OF There are many white soaps, each represented to be "jj:t as good as the ' Ivory' " lk.( ADC U AT L.. 111 .11 .....4..r.:t. I I. it.. .....I:.. I ......L.kL n...i::a iiioj nub iw I , uut line till luumeiieiia, of the genuinj. Ask for "lor' Soap Copyright IS10, by Ijopltinsutllc Kcnturkian. 18 AND 20 NINTH ST1T, HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY Cheap Club Rates. Sutjeorlbers to the Soutb Kimtpoiiak wil ts gl...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 February 1889

A. ' " ' mtutiitkitim. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THC BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Live, Newsy, and Progressiva. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. Complete Job Office ATTACIIKD. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 8. 1889. NUMBER 12 VOLUME XI. tilt PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAT8, ciias. mTieacjia Tiieo. E. Uahti.iv, lltisliicsa Manager SOBBCRIFTION RATES. On oopy, m year, strictly aaas IB d- f.DO IM t -py, six mouiha I1,) Absolutely Pure. Tbie powder mn nce. A Barrel of anrllv, etreairtli nnd wholeeomnneee. More miuaMI lliin the ordinary ainne, an1 can eoi i at.ld i ewapetltm. wtin Ue bidHIIo'K 01 low lst, abort wflanl alom or ?'i0,i'iV rriw.ler. Sold only Id rant. .UOYAL. BAR. Ni rOWDA CO.. loa Wall t.W.. BUSINESS CARDS. I. Wnlloa foriy. O. 11. Veil. FORG-Y & BELL, LAWYSR3, orrici ovke planter's bank. Eaueclal attention given to all HuI neas. HENRY J.STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1IOPK1XSVILLK, KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTIST, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. OFKUATIHO A BPsSOIALTT. Office oto...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 February 1889

JjDjikituJDillc Kcntucltiatt. CK.S. M. MEACHAM, FIltDAY, FKUUITAHY 8, 18S9. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. . A live and growing clttof t,!HX Inhabitants, situated in a county o( 40,000. The Louisville aud Nashville hse two lines of railroad In the county and the people have recently voted aid totTJ new roada. Largest tobaooo growing county in the world. Wheat, oora, hay eoal, llvt. stock and Irulte produced lor oxport la laive 'inantlties. The city has four banks with an aggregate capital otttso.Oro. A plan ing mill ami wagon factory, three oarriago factories, lime factory, tobaooo manufactory, two foundries, throe 1 rlckyards, broom fac tory, stesm laundry, ice factory, two large flouring mills In the city and several In the oounty. Bpli'nilid driving park and fine opera house. Five turnpikes centering in Uonalns vllle. Building and Loan Association, Com merotal Club, a telephone exchange,numberod streets and honies and olty lighted by gas Macadamized atrcela and brick siilewalka all over...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 February 1889

laliim M.f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 188. The Lord huuld ! Upon til drat dsr ol Ihe week OurailndafromaeriulyeareidHert And knowledge of !' Un I to likewise IheUly FilhsieMT And close U homes thai we mar. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. and Mrs. John Moayon have troue East, A. II. Anderson is in Louisville llila week. Mill Wyatl, Princeton, It vltlting lier .later, Mn. J. T. lllce. Mr.. Amile llullaud lias gone to Pa.lucali to visit relative Mrt. .1. 0. Tale, Cltrktvllle, it Tit Itli.g Mrt. Miry M'Pherton. Mn. Fannie K Roach, Evantvllle, U visiting Mr. Virginia Latlum. Mlu Genevieve Anderson left yet tarday for visit to relatives iu llar rodtburg. MIh Rota Bailey, 0.nistad, Lo gan county, it Tlai'.iug Mra. &.' R, Urumbaugli. Miai Ullle AmloraoD, of Montgom ery county, Tenn , is vlsliing Mra. Buckurr Leavell. Mlssl.illle Wooldridge, of Hop kluavllla, it visiting Iter aunt, Mri. W. F. Itjokner, in New Providence. Clarkaville Tobacco Lmf. Utfi Carrie McUowau, alter an ex tended visit lo relatives i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 February 1889

BUBBLE the most amusing, as ONE of ment ments for the Holidays, is more ladies and gentlemen, enough clay pipes so each will have one, three or four bowls of soap-suds, and, say, half a dozen trifles, for prizes, arc all that is required, the prizes to be awarded to those who blow the largest bubbles, one of the party to act as referee. The suds should be of Ivory Soap, as it gives a clean, white, and abundant lather, with an entire -freedom from oil or grease ; and as the materials of which it is made are so clean and pure, it is not at all offensive to the smell or taste, like ordinary soap. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white loaps, each represented to be "just at good at the 1 Ivory' j" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualitiet of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyridht IfWl, by Procter it (Iambi.. Jjophinsutlle Stntufhian. 18 AND 20 NINTH (.T HIT, HOPKIN6VILLE, KENTUCKY Cheap Club Rates. Subscribers t...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1889

fTt TUB LARGEST CIItCl'UTIUN. THEtEtT AOVERTllINO MEDIUM. lave, Newsy ui Progressive. '.' . seiii Weekly, At $i.OQ.per Annum. iron Complete Job Office ATTACHED. fig ' i r. if'- J. It' 2J- A', lit 'A VI If-' tv VOLUME XI. PUBLISHED TOESDAYB ABO FRIDAYS, . ciiaI'SpaciiAm; . t v - Tiiko.15. Uaiiti.Isv, tluIiioH Mauaifi tirMCWPTIOK BATES oh oopr. w ra, suietu saaa la ad- ..... . W," ,......!. e ' sopy, all ttntfai. , Absolutely Pure. Thl nnw,lr BOTOT TlMM. A Banal t (.urllr. ntb nod w hlT-. ""P , 1... .hnrl wtllbt alum ur puo.lir.ut. .iM M..I.I iml In ear... KOTAUflAl H.,ld onl: Inu rowoattco. lotWUS.N.T. BUSINESS CARDS. a. Halloa l-orM. Ball. FORGY & BELL, LAWYSRS. orrict uvib flahtir'1 bank. Especial attention glvn to all Husi- ooo. . oo-., HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW. (' nOriUNSVILLF, KV. A. P. Campbell, DENTIST. HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. OFEKATIMO A BPBOIALTT. Offio over M. Fraukel Bom'. Dr. J. DTTUXT, and DANIEL BLOCK, NIXT OOOH TO LANDE, A CLARK, Hopklnsville, Kentucky. Joha ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1889

Jjopliinsinllc ftcntttckiatu CttAf. M. MEACHAM, Editor. TUESDAY, KEBUUARY 12, 1889. ' HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. a . nd irowtnioHoS.lo Inhabitants, altuaU'l In aoountjof 40,000. The LomsvUl. and Nnahtlll.hiatwollneaof railroad In U mnntir and tha nooole have recnlly Toted aid (of nawroada. I.areat tobaooo growing v,i m tha world. Wheat, oorn, baj coal, llvo Mock and frulla produced, tor Mport la lane m:anUtlea. Tlia oily n 'our banka will. nr. aarreitaM capital otHSU,W0. A plan lni mill and nairon factory, three carriage faotorlca, lime factory, tobaoco manufactory, two foundriea, three Irlckynrdf, broom fao tory. etean laundry. Ice factory, two large Soaring mllla In the city and leveral In tbe county. Splendid driving park and one opera nouao. Fire turnplkoi centering In JJonklne-Tllle.- Building and Loan Asaoclalloa, Com mercial Club, a lelephoio eachenge.nombered tract, and honaea and city lighted by gaa llacadamizcdttreetaand brick ildewalke all over the city. Klorr n churchca, tw...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1889

SjoyhtMlle rietttufltian. TMCO. I. BAHTLEV, Ivtlml ala.at.r TUESDAY, FEBRUARY- 12, 1889 PERSONAL GOSSIP. ' Mlaa Kettle Btovonson it vitillng friends In Louisville. Mil l.allle Wooldrldge li re turned from Clarksvllle. HIm Mile McElwaln, Trenton, 1 Yiaitlug Miat Balllo Ruat. " Mrs. Andrew Soarijent U visiting friends lu Little Bock, Ark. Mr. Col. II. Alexander end ton, Oa-euaboro, are visiting at B. F. Col lege. Mr i. Annie Holland returned Bal unlajr from a woek'i vltlt to frleudi In raducali. Mra. Waller, after a pleasant vlait to rvlattvea, returned Wednesday to II ipulnaville. Tobacco Ltof. Mra. Emma Athby, ol Slaughtera villr, a lormor graduate of the B. K. College, la vlaltlug her titter, Mits iiuaalo Nelson. Mr. Jainea Uoyd, of Douulson, Tex., a uatlve ofthla place, ia making a Hit to hlalirolhcr Ed Do)d,of Galtb er'a drug itnro. MaJ. Ad Rust, forraorly or Pem broke, la In the city. He will take charge of a tubacco temmery at Mr. W. T. Itsilfora'soo the letter's farm. Mil a Et...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1889

BUBBLE PARTIES. ONE of the most amusing, as well as easily arranged entertain ments for the Holidays, is a "Bubble Party." Twenty or more ladies and gentlemen, enough clay pipes so each will have one, three or four bowls of soap-suds, and, say, half a dozen trifles, for prizes, arc all that is required, the prizes to be awarded to those who blow the largest bubbles, one of the party to act as referee. . . The suds should be of Ivory Soap, as it gives a clean, white, and abundant lather, with an entire freedom from oil or grease; and as the materials'of which it is made are so clean and pure, it ia not at all offensive to the smell or taste, like ordinary soap. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white toaps, each represented to be " Just it good it the ' Ivory' " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peouliar and remarkable qualities of the genuins. Ask for " Ivory " Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright 1886, by Procter A Gamble. ijojjliittiwUle Kcntucluan. 18 AND 20...

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