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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1885

DAILY SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. MEACHAM & WILCUS, Pul)Usliers. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1885. NUMBER 17. FOUR CULTURED MAIDENS. Prom the maddening crowd thry iUn'1 apart Tho in at do nit tour and the work of art ; ud nnno miffht tall from ulirht alone In whiuu had culture ripest ifmwn- Thf not hum Million fnlr to Bee. 1'he IM.Urdo.ph.it tfitllgrot', Thn noKtoa Mind of axtire two. Or the sinf ii toul from Kalamazoo For all lovi'd AH In a uretnly way, With an earnest soul and a capital A. I.onir thny wnrnhlnfd: but no onn broke Tho savrod itUlnc, until up spoke The Woatora one from the namelcus plum, W ho, blushing, said: "What a lovoly vasal" Ovrr throe fncos a nd smllr flw, And thuy edRod away fro in Kalatnar.oo, Rut Gothnm'B haixrhl;' until was sllnvd To crush the slraiiKer with one small word. Peftly hldlnjr rrproof In pralsn, Hherrles; "'Tie, Indeed n lovely vazel Hut hrlrf hrr unworthy triumph when The lofty one from the house of Tenu, With the cnnsHnusneM of two g...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1885

Insure your Life and Property at City Insurance Office, Long, G-arnett & Co., Prop's., Office 2nd Floor S. W. Corner Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian Chas. M. Mbacham, - - Emtob. FRIDAY, OCTOBKIt 2, 1S85. The Henderson Journal is issuing a spicy anil newsy six-column daily dnrinj; the Fair this week. The daily cholera bulletins from Spain were discontinued Sept. 30th, as the epidemic is rapidly abating. Messrs. Young E. Allison and Goo. VT. Smith will shortly begin the pub lication of a new Sunday paper in Louisville. Gov. Knott has appointed J. Soule Smith, of Lexington, Commissioner for Kentucky to the New Orleans Ex position. 15. V. Gluss, of this city, has been appointed as Commissioner to represent the colored people of the State. CLINTON, nr. Sept. 2-ltli, 1885. En. South Kentuckian : Clinton, the county seat of Hick man Co., situated on the Illinois Cen tral railroad and ten miles from the Mississippi river, is a town that isiu creasing in size and morcan...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1885

Storm, Fire, Life and Accident Policies issued at City Insurance Office by Long, Garnett & Co. The Daily South Kentuckian FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1885. SOCIALITIES. Miss Llzzio Trabuo, of AIlcusvlllc, Is attending the Full-. Mr. J. A. Taylor, of LouUvlllc, Is taklug in tho Fair. , Mr. Jno. C. Willis and wife, of Pembroke, aro at tho Plioenlx. Judge C. S. Walkor, of Owoneboro, is in tho city. Miss Lizzie Ware, of Trenton, is visiting Miss May Ware. Miss Mildred Wharton Is visiting hor sistor, Mrs. Jno. W. Cooper. Mrs. Bowling, of Clnrksville, Is visiting Mrs. Dr. B. S. AVood. Miss Sanunle White, of Ncwstcad, is visiting at Kov. E. W. Bottomlcy's. Miss Lnlu Baker, of Bdlovicw, is visiting tho family of Mr. N. Payne. Miss Maudo Nicholson, of Evans vllle, is at Mrs. S. 0. Buckner's. Miss Esther Faxou is visiting Mrs. W. 0. Wheeler. Misses Susie and Fannie Barker, of South Christian, aro visiting at Mr. J as. E. Josup's. Miss Jonnio Wallace is spending the week with Misses Bcttlo and Ma r...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 2 October 1885

' ... ' I IN CHINA AND JAPAN. 2 LASS be taken off with great care for tear ol Allusion to Its Manuf icttiro Man? Ontur lea lSernr the Christian lira Vhe Treas ures of the Mlkailos. Tho extreme antiquity of civilization in China is proveil (if proof bo wanted) by tho fact that parts of the "Shoo King" wore undoubtedly written more than two thousand year? B. C, when the Chinese wcro already acquainted with writing. In these books are al lusions to glass, which yield unmis takable evidence of its antiquity. Thus we lind it stated that the Emperor Shun, on receiving the crowu from Yaou, who abdicated 2145 B. C; "ex amined tho gem adorned turning sphere and the gem transverse tube, that he might regulate the seven di rectors, or regularly governed bodies." The writer of this must have had some constructed instrument connected with astronomy in his mind'a eye. The "Shoo King" is full of evidence of a very high state of civilization In China; thus in one book we are told the wild tribes br...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1885

DAILY SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. HEACHAH & WILGUS, Publishers. HOPKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 18S5. NUMBER 18. LOVE'S EXCHANGE. Why hury nil crnlcmmcnl in nuv hearts, Anil never know tho Joy nf love eontcsHod'? He reels the heav'nly bliss that It Imparl Who lovoa, caresses, U loved ami caressed. Why keep our kisses for tho denHi-cnld: faoe, To rlve them nil with utiavnillnir Ictirsi' why not heslnw thorn whlli.' they inny crnm A lino of care niul briirhtcn weary c" The iluml), colli clay will no spirit thrill, Nor touch of liiiK'rlnic lips, nor last bin liracot Endcarln words ne'er reach thn heart so till When wo Khali mourn ahovo Its resting place. 0 friends, I pray, ye who aru.frlcmls Indeed, Keep not your kJssch for mv frozen face; The liw, nweel word, the fond caress I need While lolling In life's weary-welghlcd race. My marhle llp can mako no warm return. Nor eves, nor wonla can utter love's do IlKhli 1 will not need, nor will my spirit yearn For love'a oxchungo, when ...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1885

Insure your Life and Property at City Insurance Office, Long, Garnett & Co., Prop's., Office 2nd Floor S. W. Corner Main & Spring Sts. The Daily South Kentuckian Chas. M. Mkacham, - - Kditoh. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. Tho October number of Demorest'a Monthly Magazine is, as usual, very entertaining aud instructive. As a family magazine it is worthy of hon orable mention, The present mimbor U filled with readable articles, anioust which are "Three Days at Chaniou uix," "The Poet Miltou.," and "Ham bles About Crieff." All the articles devoted to fashion and the adornment of home are very suggestive, and the stories, poems, and various depart ments furnish agreeable aud instruc tive reading. There are some good illustrations, and tho frontispiece is a line steel engraving. This number complotcs Vol. XXI. Printing used to be called the black art, aud tho boys who assisted the pressmen were called "imps," As tho. Btory runs, Aldus Manutius, a print er of Venice, took a little ue...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1885

Storm, Fire. Life and Accident Policies issued at City Insurance Office by Long, Garnett & Co. The Daily South Kentuckian SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. SOCIALITIES. Mr. G. M. Bell, editor of Clarks villo Democrat, is In the city. Miss Nora Gartli, of Trenton, is at tending the Fair. Col. M. II. Crump, of Bowling Green, la attending tlio Fair. Mr. and Mra. J. Y. Cuban Ins, ot Trenton, are In the city. Miss Fanuio (Hardy, of Nowsload, is visiting Mends in the city. Hon. Polk I.afl'oon, of Madisonvillo, came down Friday to attend the Fair. Dr. E. A. Bontlcy and wife, of Dix on, Ky., are visiting Mr. S. II. Har rison. Mr. Honry W. Clarke, of Anchor age, li spending a week with his rel atives hero. Miss Bessie Long, of Russollvllle, Is visiting tlio family of 1'rof. A. F. Williams. Misses Alice and Tahltha Draughan, of Springtlcld, Tcnn., are lu the city. Miss Lllllo Goodloc, of Now Or leans, Is visiting t Mr. S. G. Buck ner's. Judgo Caswell Bounott, of Smith land, is in the city lookin...

Publication Title: Daily South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily south Kentuckian. — 3 October 1885

: ;!' '5- ' COLD DIGGING. ITnedncated Men Who Itocelvad More FTftrta Than Good from tl. Acquisition ol Wraith. The mora tho clement of chance enters into the. acquisition of money, the greater is the harm it does the man who gaius it This probably is the reason why gold-digging seldom ele vates, either morally or materially, those who follow it. It demands of the digger enterprise, perseverance, toil and indifference to hard-hip, qual ities tho exercise of which should make a man of him. Yet tho "lucjt" associated with the business seems fatal to manly virtues and permanent pros- perity. The digger may toil for weeks with out "raising the color," and all the time he sees his neighbor of the next "claim" washing out an ounce of gold to the pan. The view is not likely to eradicate his natural envy or covetous ncss. On tho other hand, he may, by a few days of "prospecting," wander ing over tho barren hills, with a don key for a companion and a burden bearer, stumble upon a fortune. In ...

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