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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 August 1889

4 iMli4ttB'S?tjrlrM .1 TOB LARGEST CIRCCUTION. THI BEIT ADVERTISING MEDIUM . Complete Job Olfice . ATTACHKD. Lin, Newsy and Propeiita, SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. it i 7 m '1 I ) VOLUME XI. PUBLI8HED TUESDAYS' AND FBIDAT8, cnKiaiAM:; Thio. E. Babti.ey, lliisliiess Manager BDBSOR1FTION RATES s j Obi oopr. M year, etrlotly ease la ad- UM V . n;s oopy, tlx KOBtt 1 . . . 9U Absolutely Pure. ' Tbii pciwdar ni. A ! ot MHty, trenitth ud wtHilMomvMM. Moft ooaumlntvi Ihtva th rdlaavy kttvte, Md not be twltl IB KHBpllt)0 Wltktb WBltlUlO atf low Met abort migiil lu ' rowdera. Sold only in mm. HOT Al SAM NU rUWIKKOOMIMWftlltn.ll. T. BUSINESS CARDS. DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN, PHYSICIAN OBce stay Drugstore, CORN KB JflJlTel ABU CUT BT. RM.STITES, M.D. vxr ' .: - Oaoeover Otnk of Uopalssville, HOPKIN8VILLE, KY. B ' - r A. P.Oampbell, DENTST, O HOPKINSVILLE, - - f K. orBavATirio sraxnAt-Tiv: . ., pfflc otm M. Frank! bona'. ; 3Dr. J.3'DTJUU. . PHTSlCllHOoSURGLOM, MiDAMIO. BLOCS.. MXT 000ft TO lANDI ...

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 August 1889

2j0jjki.wu.Ue autttufhiaiu CHAI. M. MEACHAM, . TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1&S9. HOPKINSVILLF.. KENTUCKY, A llvs end fro lug rltv of j,M0 Inhabitants, ettuted in a ttouuvy ol 40,000. 'Ike Loaisvtll l Suvllle h-e two l nei ol railroad In llus Miuuly. Tbe larseet tobacoo growing. eountt In the world, Wbat.eorn, hey oo&l, live etm:k end Irulta produced for export in 'are (identities. Tbe olty bM lour bank with an aggregate eapltalolt,lo. A plan. tng mill and wagon factory, throe earring iaotartea, Umo factory, touaoeo manufactory, tw, foundries, three brickyards, broomtao- ' ory, ilttu laundry, ion factory, two large flouring mllU tn tbe city and several in tbe county. Splendid driving par and Una opera bouae. Five turnpikes centering la Hopkins- vllle. Building and Loan Association, Com mercial Club, alelepbooe exohange, numbered streets and houses and elty lighted by gas Macadamisod streets and brick sidewalks all over tbe olty. Kleven oburobes, two oollegef a high sehool and tbe fin...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 27 August 1889

lavaaaaasaasaamsnaaMai'iii.'i r in a aswMnasasS - - - - ' enaaeS) a. in , UN I, iTTl .11 alt i iMitltWelSflta) TrflO. I. IARTLEV, . ..slews TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. E B. Bassetl leaven to-morrow for LouLville. Mm. 8. 0. Buokner hu reluroeil from i sojourn at 8 ibrae. Mr. Adolph Moyer, of Louisville, is vlsltlug Mr. John MotTon. Mii Mtudo Msxer, of Falrvlesr, it vliUlutf frlemlt iu llie city. Mr. and Mm. W. 3. Withers have gjno to Buffalo, N. Y., ou visit. Mr. C. M. Latham loft yesterday for lilt usual fall visit to the Eastern eitlet. MIm Leila Mills will return this week from au extended visit to Dal ton, Ga. Dr. T. G. Yalet end family went to Clarktvlllo Friday to visit rela Uroi. MIm Uattle Dlo'rloh, who hat been ipeodiuir the summer to Ohio, re- turuod borne SUurdsy. are tome of the recently rnturued Old Point excursionists. Several of the party have ttlll not yet arrived. Mitt VlrirlnU E. Hartley, of Orange C. H, Vt., It vlaltlug- the family of her brjtti...

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 August 1889

3s THE BARBER'S OPINION. " "Some people think 'tis only made For cleansing goods of heavy grade. For washing down the walls or stairs. The bureau, tables and the chairs ; But folks do well to change their mind 'Tis not to things like these confined, And not alone the kitchen maid And laundress prize its friendly aid; A WORD OF WARNING. There are miny white soaps, each represented to be " ut as good at the'lvory'i" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeit!, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualitiet of the genuine, Aik for "Ivory" Soap and Intitt upon getting it. Coprrliht 18M, by Proctor A Osnble. Ijopftinsuilif 2teiiturhiatu I AND SO NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE, - KENTUCKY. ASVSBTIBiyg BATES. One Inch on time, 11.00; oa wrek, 11. W; six tnniha 111 Oil! twalv. month. 11.00. Ooeoolumnonotlaie.lll.oi'i one work, $18,001 Six aoatne, w.w; iwoiv. montaa, siou.w. The Bold Rider at Johnstown. (K. T, Mali sad Xxprsss.) "It would have been strange indeed !f so dreadful a catastrophe as that at ...

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 August 1889

"V" j (. it) .ii ti ; " ; ; ''! 0 !?? ! TOE LARGEST CIBCl'LATIllN. THI BEST AtVERTlCINO MEDIUM Complete" Job Ollice ATTAUUKU. Uri Newsy anil Progressive. At $2.00 par Annum. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY,, AUGUST 31. bh9. NUMbhR 70 VOLUME XI. : 1 - m II ii 9 v a I 1 to n J 4 ft PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, CHAS. jr'MEACIIAM. Thro. K. Haiiti.kv, lUittiiioM Maimgor SUBSCRIPTION RATES Omm oopf, ons yesr, strictly out is d- aaos ..i. l,Or pj, tlx nnoth 1 11.00 0m Absolutely Pu ' 1 bit pnwdwr navi r varttw. A parity, irfiKth and srimlaamneoi SooBomicsl than lb ordtnsry kind oitMMldiaoorapttltlon witb fths in iml abort weia-at alum or at artel ot m. Hurt , and oiio saultttudr 1. Dow.ltr. Sold only In esns. HOT INti fOWUKK CO., 1M Will St, M business cards: DR. R. E. CHRISTIAN, PHYSICIAN offlee at mr lni"tore, CORNSK NINTH KI(,r m, F.M.STITES; M.D. Offlo. tw But ol napklMTtlla, IIOPKINSVirXF, KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE. - -KY. OrSKATIMO A IPBOIALTT. Office oror JL Fra...

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 August 1889

Ijopliiiiauillc iltnturltiau. CHAft. M. MEACHAM, Editor. COUNTY OFFICES. Soma of th Prospective Candidates On Both Sides. HOPKlNSViLLf. KENTUCKY. A lic n.-vt r-'in uv uf H.oo inhnhitanu, 1 -.iLHiitfil n H ' '-UU i-'i t'vr.tl. 1 ' oUiVlll iui Njwtitviiiv hi-, iwo 1 uea ol railroad In tit cm my. TU lare1 lubauoo growing ouuud ikiuo world. Whftt,oor, hay ooal, ltve eiuuk and frutta prodnooA for export in 'are luaniltlea. The olty bu tour baoke i'L an anrKate capital of UB,00O. A plaa lu tuill tint wagon laotory, throe carriage faoturloe, line taotory, tobaooo Manufactory, two foundries, three brickyartla, broom fao ory, stwaia laundry, ton factory, two large iourtng mUlelnthe city and eeveral in the eounty. Splendid driving per and fine opera houae. Fire turnpike centering la Hopklns- Tllle. Building and Loan Aaeooiatlon, Com mental Club, a telephone exchange, numbered treetaand hooeoa and city lighted by gaa. Macadamised ttrooU and brick aldewalki ell over the city. Klep ehorctaee, tw...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 August 1889

Ijojiltiiiouille Itcntucltinn. T4E0). t. IARTLCV, B.ilmn Ma.ig.r FRIDAY, AUOU'TiH). I8KU. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mii KlU J lli.8iill.nl MtilioiiilVli.i, lavieltluK Mix. Ih- Ntibu. Miss Burnlo Joura, of Caiii., 1 vialtlng reialivoa In the cily. MUa Fa'nuie O'Brien, of Lafayette, li vUitlng Mra W. W. Fuqua. Dr. W. F. Patlun lias returnoil from a buaiuese trip to Hi Luula. Mies Katie Rlchardnon, of Faducah la wiaitlug Mra. Cortta Leaveil. Mlaae Edltb Ely and Ethel Humt, of Clarkavllle, are vlaltlug the UiaaM Flack. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Wither and daughtor, Ml.a L'k'.o, aro back from Now York. MIm Willie Radford leavoe next Monday to atteud acbooi at Spring Hill, Tean. Prof. J. W. Ruat baa been quite atok fur several day, but ia now gotllng better. Miaa Mary Saaaeen, of Hende'aon, baa been tba gueat of Miaa Mollie Martin for aovoral daya. Miaa Sue Blielby, of ClarkaTllle, returned liniua . yeatnr.lay after a Tlait to Miaa Fairinlne Uhauklin. Mr. 8. H.f Barrett, prose agent of 8elle Brue abow, w...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 31 August 1889

THE BARBER'S OPINION. hiiuaolf and the shark wore onvolopod, he awam very la out in a transvertioal dlrocilon, and reached the surface In safety, although completely exhausted. Fortunately, he rote oloso to one of the bouts; and those who were within, eelng him In moo a state, and know ing that an enemy must hare been per secuting him, and that by soma arti9.ce he had laved hi life, jumped over born, at 1 their common practice In uoh eases, to frighten the creature away by splashing in the water; and Don Pablo was taken Into the boat more dead than alive. N, Y. Ledger. THE COCOANUT CRAB. j . How This Peeullar Creature Carrloa 'Oe i His lprdatluQs. ! On the Agala Islands, In the Indian ' Ocean, there Is a very strange orah, i Ho Is known to science as the Birgut lutro, or thief orab, and his depreda tions are carried on In the oocoanut groves which abound on these Islands. This crab grows to be twonty-two Inches long, measuring from the tip of the t tall to the end of the long claw, ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 September 1889

ftn-ry f7 . . THE UKGEST CIRCDLilM THE BEIT ADVERTISING MEOIUM 'Complete Job Office ATTACUKI). Im, Newsy iiid Prorcasiu. v' SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. II . : .. . . . . I II a PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, j ajs. mT'meaciiam. Tiibo. K. Bartlky, niiBlnwti MauBjfor I L 'I -! PROFESSIONAL COOKS. A Class of Mon Enslaved Their Art. 'HOPKINSVinLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER. 3, 889,. FF OH A SMI HOT" NUMBER 71 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ou now. ! "My uikUKl. .no. 4lopr.lx Month 1.00 lookiuK.lot.llliient aud faitiiliil Ht, Her ' sard remain lb pet. ol faaliloiutbl. woine. auil th. prtl -of geutlemeu of - leisure, to rrn a greater dei-ree tlmu ever By before. , Doubtless they would bo mora popular, III tha aenaa Hint mora of t belli '' would ba kept. If they wore cheaper, mill " the converse of tha propositi, la probably They llava Km Holldaya and Bva Mat j-.,,.!!,, tnli t,.t ir lliey were cbeaiier I Uvea tha lima t Make Lava, CJallent, to A-u..-No W.ad.r . J That Th.y Are Sad. 1 3 I ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 September 1889

ft CHAl. M. MEACHAM, The "arrangement" batwMn the editors of the Elltituethtown Inde pendent and Slato genator D. L. ThemMH.Oorbln. rivals assert Itteeourage, faith, pet- On of Christian County's subslsti. severance and a poratsteut adherence tial men and loyal citizens, died at fixed principle!. ' Nothing la too TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1889. a llrt' roll y .ILIMIOU III It T.MIIH HOPKINSVILIF., KENTUCKY. ul h,0 tnbnutlanta, iuu. '1 he lHiMVllle una Nesliwlle lf twu ' no". "I railroad In Cue oouui. . Tim Ur.toai tobecoo roltig bounty mine world. Wbaal.eorn, bay coal, lira slock and frulle produood for export la 'ante tuanllttea. Tha oily aaa lour banJU wilLsnsgxreguecspltal olu,M. A plan Ins: mill and wasoa factory, three earrlaire factories, lime taotory, tobaooe manufactory. tw foundries, three hrlckjarde, broom fac tory, steam laundry, loe taotory. two large louring nulla In the elty and eereral la the county. Splendid drlrlog par aad nne opera bouse. Flye turnpikes centering la Hop...

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

. -it TH0. I. IARTLEV, . . llM TUE8DAy7'EPTEMBKII 3l 1888 PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. L G. Williams is at Dawsou i this week. I Mrs. J. B. McKeiule returned from VIrglrila Friday. Mr. Ike Burnott returned from Ce rulean Sunday. John Owsley haa gone to Lixlng ton, Va., (o go to school. Dr. K. W. Ware's family b re turned from Dixon, Ky. Mlaa Mury Tyler left yeaterday for Louisville to attend school. Mrs. 6arh Clark, of Lexlugton, la vlsUlug frlenda la the county. Mre.CuaaM. Meacliam atid ton are visiting frlenda la Cadiz. Mra. Dr. C. V. Hardin, of George town, la vliitlng Mra. E. W. Walker. Ulaa Willie Radford left ye.lerday for Spring Hill, Teun, to atteud chool. Mill Mary Henry of Caiky, will attend aohoolat B'ueMiuiitaln,Teno., thll fall. lira. Amelia Lindsay and Miss Fannie Carter, of Cadla, were la the olty Friday. MlbiGreenle Henry has relumed from ail extended visit to Central Kentucky. Dr. Wright, of Princeton, waa the guoitof Riv. J. T. B.rrow several dayajlatt week. Mlia lVrle Lo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 September 1889

ft '" "W rH AT is meant by ' free alkali,' Doctor? I see it mentioned in the advertisements of Ivory Soap." " ' Free Alkali,' Madam, is the alkali which is not combined with the fats or oils of which the soap is made, due to the ignorance or carelessness of the soap maker. ' Soaps in which ' free alkali ' is present are decidedly injurious to both the clothing and the skin when habitually used. I have seen reports of analysis made of the Ivory Soap by men eminent in our profession, and all pronounce it to contain no 'free alkali, to be made with great care and of ma terials of the best quality, carefully selected, so I unhesitatingly rec ommend it for every purpose about the house for which good soap is required.' A WORD OF WARNING. ,.. There ire minv white toant. each rtorttentei to be "lull at rood at the 1 Ivory' 1 the ARE NOT, but like all counterfeit!, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask forvlwy' Soap and insist upon getting it. .Copyright Uat, bt Pro...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 6 September 1889

Lire, Newsy and Trorcssire; At $2.Qj?9 Annum. THE LARGEST CIRCDLAT1UN. THE BEST ADVERTISINQ MEDIUM Complete Job Office ATTACHED. tttJl VOLUME XI: .i,u l hopkinsville. Christian county, ky;., septmber b. issa NUMBER 72 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AHD FEIDAT8, SJIEACHAM. Til io. E. Uakti.iv, llualne Mannjfur . lUBtORIPTIOM RATES . ' Obs eopy, oa. year, atrlall aMft la mi nt .V ti. sopy, als moats ' ll.ef P70EH Absolutely Pure. Tnti powditr br vtriM. A marvel of partly, tretiffUi ud tholiwiiiMwi. Hart oommIo) Ibtva tho onl.aary kin da, ud ea ot bMld ! ooaipctlUoB with. bo moltUudf f low ttwt, abort weifbl tJo or Dboihu rowdert. Sold ouf in r-ane, ROYAL flAK Ni POWDHCO104 Wfcll il. M.I. BUSINESS CARDS. F.MSTITES, M.D. Onto, otw But of HoetlesTllle, - H0rKIN8VILI.E. . '. KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKNSVILLE. - - KY. OrMBATIKO A BFBC1AI.TY. Office orer M. Frank! & bona. Sr. J. X. STJXsXXT, PHTSICUHaEpSURGEOH. M. DANIEL BLOCK. NEXT DOOR TO LAN DC. CLARK. . Hopkinsville', Kentucky. B Walto To...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 6 September 1889

fj Ml-iiJC 3jr)il;in0DiUf nturkiau. CHAt. M- MEACMAM, FRIDAY, hEI'TEM Milt ti, HOPKINSVILLF., KENTUCKY. A lle nit inlD i K of Inhabitants, situated In a oouol J ul M,w. The Louimlle . sod NMhTllle h.e two Mm ol railroad la ta eoiinlr. To leraee tobacoo growing ountr la cu world. Whest.eora, has eoal, lire stook aad frulu prodtusd tor assort U 'args quutltlw. Tie ellr 1H four bans Vila in sgereg ate capital ol M,0CO. A pita, lu mill and wsron teotorr. Uino ssrriaga laetorlae, lima fsetorr, tobaooo inanufaotorr, two tonn-Jrlos, tbree brlokTsras, broom tse orj, ib-am lanadry, lot factor, two largs louring mills In tile city and aereral In tha comity. Splendid driving par and Una opera botiae. rireturnplleaoenterlng la Hopklne tllla. Building and Loan Aseoolatloo, Com merulel Olnb, alalepboneaxelianita,nninliered etreetaand hoaiea and city lighted by faa. ataoadamlsed streets and brlok sidewalks all rar tha eltr. Elerr n ohnrches, two olleree" a klgh aobool and the flneat eretem of pnbl...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 6 September 1889

$j0jItittfltUte Sitttturitiatt. TH0, I. lAftTLtV, tMlim Maaaeer yitlUAY, BEPlKMBEIt 6. 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. Bolwrl Ilurk laatlll qtitloalck. Min Fenule Brauibain ha gone to : Versaillea to Uteod school. 11 In Alice Crenshaw, of Versailles, returned home Tueiday. Mrs. M Frankel tod daughters nave returned from Cluclunatl. Henry Bluinenstlel, Jr., has taken t poiltlon with Grau, the bakur. MiM Miry McCulloch left Tuesday morning for Auehorage to attend school. Lewis Guthrie hai taken a poiition with Alei Glllilaid, the Ninth atreot merchant. Mr. 8. IL Dlcken, of Yyr, Wcken & Wall, Ii quite tick at hi former home at falrvlew. Mr. Harvey Bigliam h gone to Louisville to enter Bryant & Htrat ton'e builneii college. Archle'Bosles lii gone to Nash villa to enter the dentil di-partmeiit of Vanderbllt University. Mre. Mary Prlie, of TVxaa, who pent the summer with beriun.Mr.E. H. Price, rolurned Iwme Wedueeday- MUiei Jeanle B.lwri, of Buo!l vllle, and Chrleale Pointer, of 0en b...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 6 September 1889

. J I. i 1 ri ' T 1 7HAT is meant by ' free alkali, ' Doctor? VV i" in flip advertisements of fp Alkali .' Madam, is the the fats or oils of which the soap is made, due to the ignorance or carelessness of the soap maker. Soaps in which free alkali ' is present are decidedly injurious to both the clothing and the skin when habitually used. I have seen reports of analysis made of the Ivory Soap by men eminent in our profession, and all pronounce it to contain no 'free alkali,' to be made with great care and of mar terials of the best quality, carefully selected, so I unhesitatingly rec ommend it for every purpose about the house for which good soap is required." A WORD OF WARNING. There ire m.ny white soaps, etch represented to be " just 11 good it the ' ' I " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeit!, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities or the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting H. ...... Copyright ISM, by Procter Oamble. - . 2joplUtt0t)Ule fttuttuttiim. It AN...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 September 1889

3 IT .,. tt w fi ip'. e..f v"'':v, - Va 4i IDE 'IIIICEST ciuculatm. : THE ItST AOVIHTIAINQ MtOIUM Complete Job Office Lire, Newsy md l'for5si. SEMI-'A'IErlLY, At $2.00 per Annum. RtltSIStJllE tisttm 1 t I 1 Vi- M 1 ' -. i v,. I r, i 1 . 'i ' t. i I v . I. a A Ml, i i VOLUME XI. rOBUBEED TUESDAYS 1HD FRIDAYS, J CljAS. Jl. "mEACII AM. Tho. E. IUktlky, HultnH MiiiiA(r 0BSOR1PTION RATES Oh nopv, one year, etrtMrr a la a aao ,nony,ela Month P07SEH Absolutely Pure. Tale powler aaM f.riee a r, aarltT, urwKtk aad M.r aooaoBleal thaa tba ordlaar; klada, aari aaa M ba aold la ooalpaMloa with tba ianltlttili at low MM, abort w.lbl alaai or Vaoapbau NU rownuo- la Wallet. .T. BUSINESS CARDS. DaR. F. M. STITES, OBoa orar laak al nopklaarflla, HOPKINSVILLE, - . KY. Talapaoaa KraMcnoa and OMrm. A. P. Campbell, 'Tdentst. hopkinsville. - - ky. orBBATina A eraMJiALT. Office over M. rrsnkel bone'. Dr. J. I. and! MaOANItL ILOCk. HtXT OOOR TO , UNOU 4 CLARK. Hopkbsville, Keptncky. .Wtlnrbm. O.af.BaU FORQ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 September 1889

f CHAS. M. MEACHAM. XUMi-iY, KPTKMUISIl 10, lMffi- HOPKINSVH.LF., KENTUCKY. A 11T ap-l yrrtirKi.- Hvof s,1ri InhMiltSTit., i'l, ji l-.'.fl''. 'M 11 i.ou th.- -.,t i,.r. t cai;u-v:i iWi wiiil. VI .-v..c-.-rp, '11; r,o?l. ItaKKkutd fseite I't'itucccl frf raixat I" iyo ,iauUtie. Tne oltjr um lour banks with an asirreitete capital otHM,0M. A plan lu mill and wsxod lectori, three oarrlage factories, lime laatorr. tobeeco loanuffcctory, two luuD-lrias. three brickyards, broom Jse- orj. -ai laundry, loo Uolorr, two lara lourlii mills In the oltj and several la the eounty. Hplundld driving par and fine opera ho iio. Ho turnpikes centering In Uopklna- ellle. Uulldlnaand Loan Aasoolatlon, Com aseroial Club, a telephone exohange,nambered Hnil hnnsns and OltT IlKhted Oj gas. Macadamised itroeU and brick sidewalks all over the city. Kleven ehurones, two eolleger a high school and the dnest system ol pnbUe school., wblte and oolored, in me sieis. n rn Kentuckr Lunatlo Asylum with a popula llonols...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 September 1889

J)opltin5i)illc gcntttthittiu THKO. . BABTLfV, . . PMaag.r TUKSIJAYl'lTKMUKIt 10 xi' PERSONAL GOSSIP. Will Hn kmau, of OiUrtowii, Ga li in lliu .:liy. Mr. K. Jl. UihU ha returned from Irfiuinviiin. - ' Jas. V.Cbul,;of Trenton, wi lu the city yeatorday. , Collector Felawl'e family left for Oiteuaboro last wrelc. Sir.. II. II. Watklna, of Il .varly, has returned from a vliit to Cadiz. Misses Aoulo Tandy aud Miry Bell tpeut a few daya lu the couutry last week. Sir. Jaa. II. Audiroii li i rlurued from a tluee ek buaiiie.a trip to New York City. Will Cooper.of l.ariitn, Irfi n terday fur Tex.s, whiTe Iw will make bli borne In the future. Mr. J. N. 1'imtrl.lg-e, of 8an Au toulo, Tex., is vlsllintf lb family or ber falhor, Ir J. D C'lanly. Mr. R. E. Mult .! U a id child ran, of Laucaat, r, li , or.- !.:(. .if the family or bur fat lie.-, Ur It. W. Ware. Quarlea Mill lias K"iie to Vender bill University to take course of lecture In the dental department. Col. Kletrher and family, who have b...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 September 1889

aaMmmi i miiiii lermi ii, "it"!'' THE JOLLY OLD MARINER. A lolly old mariner aalllni the tee, Wee roaring a eolo and thu. thundered h.. , Our ehlp T bold an eagle on wing. And .he carrle a cargo that's fit for a k nf, A cargo thafi welcome to pennant or pope. Our "lip ahe ll laden with IVORY SOAt. ' I've plowed all the oeeane to every port, To vltlt all oatlona and climea la my sport; We carry our gooda to the enda of the world. Our trade la announced on our banner unfurled! Seel blaaoned on pennant from top-matt and ropat ' We bring to all people the Ivory Soap.' "From Procter Gamble, my lada, do you mlndf We carry a bleaaing to gladden mankiod i For dlr la a foe to the body and aout. And aoap muat precede a'en the goepel'e control t Then hurrah I hip hurrah I for philanthropy'a hope. Hurrah for the advent of Ivory Soap. , " Ita ban, Ilka the truth, or a lire-taring boat. Ever rite to the top and triumphantly teat; Aa the foam on the wind-fretted billow Y ie light, Aa the clephant'...

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