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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 13 September 1889

mtoditott Lire, Newsy ud I'roressive. ' U.ni ft i f At $2.00 per Annum TM LAItUKT MAIM TML BEST At VEHT S.NG MEDIUM Complete Job Oflice ATTACH KD. VOLUME. XI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY,, SEPTEMBER 13.1889. NUMbbH74 FDBUBHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, .mmeaciiam Tiuo. E. Bahtlit, Undine Manage! OBSORIPTIOW RATES OaeMpy.oaaysar, Mrletly sash la a4 ones ne oopy, tlx montk MM M" Absolutely Pure. This nowder oevu vnrlw. A marvel 01 snrlly. ireB.tk Mil wlwilawim.n.1.. ti eoonomleal than the ordinary kinds, end oar, .otbeeoidieoomp.mio. witbim '" i u.l short welebl alnaa or phoaiibsl. MB.in. , - - - - UflV 11. HA IdU rUWIKBCO CX) 111 UBIf til ' BUSINESS CARDS. DR. F. M. STITES, OfJoe over But ol liopkloavnie. HOPKINSVILLE. . - - KY Telephone ItMldtnoa and oaoa A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY OPIUTlia A smOLALTT. Office over M. Franke! & Cods'. Sr. J. I. DT7Z.HT, and! M.OANICI. BLOCe,. NEXT OOOR TO LANOES 4 CLARK, Hopkinsville, Kentucky. S. Waltoe forty. ... O. II. Bell...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 13 September 1889

Ijopiuuiit-Uitjututttdiiiiil. CHAS. M. MJCHAM. . FltlDAY, r-fcl'lEMUKll 13, 1SS!) No wonder Sunsut Cox died, lie bad tlx docture. The New Jersey Democrats have re-noinluatod Guv. Abbott by acclam ation. Eleven men wore drowned In a flooded coil mine near Golden Colo , Monday morning. filitv-nlne countiea have been counted ao far, which gave the con atltntlonal convention majority of 21,870. The Sunday Omette, of Washing. ton, a Republican paper, says John G. Carlisle la the most Intellectual American In public life. The count baa been completed In WestVlraluia and Fleming, Deni has a majority of 212 of the legal TOtei cast for Governor. Riddlobei'ger baa taken the stump for the Democratic ticket In Vir ginia, which is so far the most dis coursginir feature of the campaign. There are eleven candid' tes for the Democratic nomination for clerk of the court of appeals and the election Is still eleven months off. Tiunrr, Commissioner of Pensions, resigned Wednesday at the request of tbe ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 13 September 1889

MtiiiMiU iUhtiiilu.iil THCOi f . IARTLEV, . . iasleeee FKIDAV, HKt'TliMUMt lJ. tami. PERSONAL Q03SIP. i Miw Cure F.iree ua. returned from Mouteagle. Mies Ur.i'" O ou vi.lied Aire. Tom Joues thli week. M!m Beltlo Hoppor la back from visit toClarksvllle. Mtii Bottle U.nbory bee relumed from visit to the couutry. Mrs. J. M. Frinkel and children re vlalllng relatives in Louisville. Mr. F. II. nensliaw Is quite lick It hli bouie oo Boulli Virginia itreet. Moaara fulk tjanslor ani D. M Cansler loft Wuduesdey lor a buel neaa trip to Kamai City. Mr. T. B. Blakey, of Ire county, la ylattlog kia brother, Dr. T W Bla key. Rev. J. W. Crawford returned from atrip to Illlnola and Kiia Ut Monday 1 Mr. W. R Ely ha icni Nli vllle to accept a position ae book keeper with Ilia fnriiier empl'Her, ff. B. Sbver. Ulaa Naunlii Barbnur, of thia oily, left a few d. ye ago for Hunlevlllei Texas, to accept a Kaitlou aa teacher In a college at that place. Rev.; A. W., Mnaehain returned Wedueaday night fr m Tenn...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 13 September 1889

f? I MARRIAGE RECORDS Qmr Awaouaoeuaawte Culled from Old-1 lino 1-apers. This collection of mrtrTlnjre an- nouncumonls bus boon copied from old uewspnpore published within the lnat one himilrod years by the author of "Curiosities of Matrimony: " In Concord, N. II , February S, 1814, Mr. Isaae Hill, one of the editors ol the Patriot, ; to - Mis Susun Aver,' daughter of Captain Richard Ayer. 'f As 1 walked out the other day, . Through Concord elreet I took my way,-. , ; I saw a sight I thought a,k to rare ; s A Hill walked oat to Hike the Ayer. DISPERSING A TRAMP, j WsvM Happened le the IJnwlee Udrel ' , aels Wke Trios, It. I wu eating dinner at a farm house In Indiana when one of the children came In and announced that a highway tramp had called at the kltohen door and asked for a bite to eat. The farmer was a very abort, very fat, and very bald-headed man, and be wan poet- master at the eorners and justloe of the peace In and for the oounty. He had a on onlled James, another called ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 September 1889

V.' I THE LiflGEST CfRCCUlM tut BabT AVfcHTSiNO MEDIUM Complete Job Office A TTUIKI. ' Lire, Ntny ui Fwurin . SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, K.Y.. SEPTEMBER 17.4889. NUMbLh 75 VOLUME Xi. I 1 I i PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AKD FEIDAT8( C1IAS. MliACIIAM. Thio.E. Babtlv, UuhIiiusk Msunger 0BBOR1FTION RATES Oh oopr. on. strlnllv ea I. A - UM ., , wpv. elv nvnlh iM -povtder Absolutely Pure. This powder nr.r win. A marvel of partly, .trenl. kud whuie)iniie. More &.oVnle.Hnan In. ordinary Uncle, end ; iSb.iol41oomp.mio within. "'"J flow U.I, short ..Is" alu- 0'Pko.pk.u owiters. Sold onl, l " -,EO, v B" BUSINESS CARDS. DR. F. M. STITES, One OT.r Buk of Hopalnsvlll., II0PKIN8VILLE, . - - KY. T.l.phoe ttsslem. nnd Onto. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. OriBATIMO A .PBOfALTT. Office over M. Frankal Sons'. . Dr. J. X DTJUTT, FHTS1CIIHhoSURGLQH. M. DANIEL BLOOA.NtXT DOOM TO LANDES 4 CLARK. HopkinsYille, Kentucky. t. Wallo. rorir. O. M. Bell. FORGY , &am...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 September 1889

Id.wr. 'TUESDAY, BKl'TEMUEK 17, 1889. '. K A heavy vote U In Montana. being registered A company at Owensboro began boring for natural gai Saturday. Ex-Mayor P. Hooker Reed is again a candidate for Mayor of Loulsvillo. Tlie New Jersey Democrats have uuanlinously renominated Leon Ab bott for Governor. The London strikes have ended, the demanda of the workmen having been agreed to. Jas. Matz, an Italian fell en live electric light wires in New York City and was instantly killed. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, un veiled a atatue of Gen. Grantj Satur day, with Imposing ceremoniei. Tweuty-llve members of the late ' lamented Greenback party held a National Convention in Cincinnati last week. CoiHtltuiloual conventions are in session in Wyoming and New Mexl co. They are getting impatient (o get into the Union. Ken Chapeae, a prominent lawyer ot Morganlleld, fell dead while address ing a jury at that place Saturday. Heart disease waa the cause. Tanner's successor has not yet been appointed. 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. — 17 September 1889

JjopkinfitJille Itttttutltion. TMIO. iriAHTLtV. . -Ineee ' TUESDAY. HKrT' MIIKIt 17 lW9 PERSONAL GOSSIP. Bob Burnett, ol 06niMir, t" the oily- Mrs. J. B Gai-runlli is vieiUi.g frlouds Id Nashville. C. T. M'nniirtnn h-a P"' tloo lu Me' A C' 'ff' ' Mr. J. J. CIimiII " 1 oh 'Ui'-u ..I Cadi, re vlaltlug Mm. Cliappell'i parents t til" H"- Misses Unl Fuionr .nl J'o Wade, or Felrvle, re Tlltlig Hie family of A. W . PtlMbl. we-k Mra P P ' " " : " Bowling Wriwu Balm i, i",ui panlod bv her inter, Mini Grace Birr. Ju. A. Radford, son of Councilman W. T. Radford, l-fl yesterday for Knoxvllle. Temi., where he will at- tend aobool. Mrs. B. A. Wormald, La FouVebe, La., returned home lait w-ek after an extended visit 10 her mother, Mre. F. B. Uenry. Mr. D. II 8'ark, repreaent Inff Moore ft Stark, of L-usvllle, was in the olty Saturday, accompan ied by his wife. Un, Geo. Goldthwalte, of Calvert, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hub ard, of Evansvlile, Iod., are visiting the family of Judge II T. Pelree....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 September 1889

MkJHM A Hl.h-Tonti, fluid. Something about ad auuua with eku' produces a tlillereul ell'uol from that Which comes of other 'iutlmaules. It It au oldaatiug, to j uld that It has long passed uuchal- ougeu, mat "lauiiiiariiy oreeua con- .50U00LS Valuable OP PAINTERS. U.l inforiiitttton tnt fltaderits LiVr of Art From Boll'i Kdltlon or Hredow's Ta llies of Uniyoi'Hid History, the follow Ins: aucclnct description of the dilTtirent schools of paliitintr whluh huVe fioui "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." MANY persons are under the impression that Ivory Soap is ex pensive, and intended for the use of the wealthy only. The fact is, the price is lower than for ordinary soaps, quality con sidered, for in the "Ivory" no " cheapeners " or "makeweights" are used, so the buyer gets all " true soap " for her money; s Its harmlessness, durability and efficiency admit of its being used for all purposes with .equal satisfaction and economy in the families of the rich or poor. . A WORD OF WARNING. There ire ...

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 September 1889

- p.V" ' 1 ii TI1E LAMEST CIuCl'LATM THE BEST Al VtBI'llHO MEDIUM CompleteJob Oflice Ari'Ai.uKi). LiM, Newsy tad Proressire. , SEMI-WEEKLY, ' At $3.00 per Annum. II 1 UHOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY;, SEPTEMBER 20. 1889;: mm if 4 ' rUBLIBHEO TDE8D1T8 AND IHIDAYS, Theo. E. Bartmt, Business Manigor. UBSORIPTION RATES' on popj, m year, eiriouj O, oopy, els monta ! 11,00 Absolutely Pure. Thll pOW1M lOTir WIM. A Barrel ol orltr, slrenrth Aid Wwmi. Mow eoooomioallb.il tie ordinary llarta, '": BolbeaoldlneosipellUoa will the Mlutodr of low Mel, abort welKOl ?Vf5 Kwdan. Sold oily In oane. BOY ALBA. U POWDBOOU4WtJlt..t. . BUSINESS CARDS. DR. F. M. STITES, Olios sw Bask ol BopkluTllla, HOPKINSVILLE, - KY. Telephone Beelenoe end Olio. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, , HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. OPMSLkTIHB AV rMCIALTT. Office over M. Frankel Sons'.- Dr. J. X. DT7X.UT. ' M.DAHICl BLOCS.. NCXT OOOB TO -J i LAN DM 4 CLANK, HopkinsviUe, Kentucky. QALT HOUSE, ... I.OUISVII.LB, !TDCKT, TlaXarfedaid Fiasat Bal...

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 September 1889

CHAS. M- MCACHAM, FRIDAY. BEPl'EMBEK 2Q. lSS'J. HOPKINSVILLF, KENTUCKY, Alive and irowlnarltv of 8,000 Inhabitants, situated In a oountr of to.OOO. The Louiavllle ud Nashville hH two lines ot railroad In the oonotf. To taraeet tobaeeo frowlaf oualflathe world. Wbaat,oora, haj ooel, lira itock aad frulte nroduoed lor export la 'ante iuanttttaa. The elr hae tour bub with an atftrecate eepltal of UM.OOO. Aplen lnl mill and waxoa factory, three carriage factorial, lima factory, tobaooo waanfaeterr. two foundries, tbraa tirlokyarda, broom fac orjr.ateam laundry, loa factory, two large Souring mills la tha city aad several la the eonntv.BDlendtd driving par and Una opera boose, rive turnpikes centering la Hopalns vllle. Building and Loan Aasoolatloa, Com mercial Club, a telephone obanga,nnmbcrad atraeuand houses and oily lighted by gas. Macadamised streets and brick sidewalks all in tba oltr. eleven churches, two ooilegar, a blgh aobool and tba Onest system of public aohoole, white andool...

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 September 1889

1 ( Si i JjophiiwuUle Juntucltiatt. THIO. t. IARTLCV, atlas Miir f 7- FRIDAY, BKI'TEMBBR 20, 1H8. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Ilarry Ware, of Claikvllle, In In the city.. ivi. .T. n. Rhar. of Cadli. wii In town Wedoesdar. Mr. Polk Cansler Is vtsltlns: rola Mves in Mluourl. MIm Lile Mercer U vlsltli'g friend) lu Clarksvllle. Mlu Lula Hart returned this week from u extended trip North. Hart Caldwell, Clarksvllle, ipent sereral days In the city this week. Jno. P. Camubell has relumed from a Visit to friend iu Virginia, MlM Annie Tandy Is visiting the family of Mr. P. P. Huffman, near . Church Hill. Mr. W, L, Fou' k ml Utlca, K ansss, is In the city, the gueai of his uncle, Mr. E. fc. Foulki. ; ' Joa Franks! has aons to the eastern market to replenish hia stock of clothing and shoes. Misiea Marr Gunn, Lula Watkine and Mildred Wharton, of Trigg ooun. ty, attended Ilia circus. L.W. Galne. of the Clarkavll'e Progrtu, acted a best man at the Leigb-Klug marriage yesterday. Miss Vlrgiula Halle, of Clint...

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 September 1889

"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." Many persons are under the impression that Ivory Soap is ex pensive, and intended for the use of the wealthy only. The fact is, the price is lower than for ordinary soaps, quality con sidered, for in the "Ivory" no "cheapeners " or "makeweights" are used; so the buyer gets all " true soap " for her money. Its harmlessness, durability and efficiency admit of its being used for all purposes with equal satisfaction and economy in the families of the rich or poor. ' A WORD OF WARNING. There ire many white soaps, each represented to b")uitn good M the 'IvoryV' they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting It ' Copyright, MS, bv Froessr Qtmblc Xjopkinwillt Jif uturkian. IS AND 80 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY AIVBBTIBDTB BATES. One lnoh one Unit, 11.00; on WMk, 11.10; til fsontna, 1S.00; iw.1t. month! 11.00. Ooe oolumnone tlm.,f 11.00; one week, IIB.OO;...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 24 September 1889

a TUB LARGEST CIBCCLATM. Live, Newsy and Froressive. SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. THf BEST Ai VERT t'KO MEOIUM Complete Job Office HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER 24. 1889. NUMbt R77 VOLUME- XI. 1 11 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, chas'meaciiam. Tnto. E. Babtley, Business Manager UBS0R1PTIOH RATES uae oopy, oe. r. iwmi u If-P WDER' Absolutely Pure. ThU powder ee .arte. aarvei l? satilv. elreniia end wholaeomeaeea. !Sml!.Uh"n Ik. ordlnar, ln4e.anM not be .old I. eompetlllo. wit the BMltltntJ. "le?u, orl w.l.M alun, or S'SfiiV' .o.uera. Sold onl- taaaas. Yi' BAI Inu rowouBCO.. 1M Wall St. T : BUSINESS CARDS. DR.'F. M. STITES, OOoa war lank ol BopklMVUls, HOPKINSVILLE, . . KY. Talaphoa BealeBOS and OB. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY OPBBATIlia A tMJIAI.Tt Offlo over M. fraukol Jt boos. Dr. J. I. DTJXXN. PHYSICUHKpSURG10S, I MeQANICl ILOCk. NIXT OOO TO " IAN DCS 4 CLARK. Hopkinsvilitt, Kentucky. GALT HOUSE, tOUlSVIlAB, BWTOOKT. Ai larpsLui TbssI BstsI 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. — 24 September 1889

jQapkiwUle SenttufcUuul DUNCAN CONVICTED. CHA. M MCACHAM. Sabbath Day's Verdict of 8 Years for Manslaughter. Garnett's Powerful Appeal to the Jury, The most Important case tot for TIIESIMY, SKPTKMUKK24, 18bi). HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A hto ana growiDB"T o("w uuw. i aUiiatwilaaooaiitjol M.000. Tha LooiaTlUa tills term 01 uirouu iuim .... ... andNaahTUIa haa two liaaa of raHroaa la trial of Walter Vuncan, oi i.aiayjiu:, us oonnty. The laraaai tobaoeo growing murder 0f Clias. F. Fleming, eountimtb. world. Wbt.eoni, naj ooai, An. 12. 1888. The be- i - l . , . hwuIi.u m .twin i i " ..., i amo uanttUaa. Tha elty haa four nanaa ginning ana progreaa u m ur uuauatKratoapiui oim,ooo. P-u- to Thursday noon were noted in laat lnc mill ana wagon uetorj. wto -...-.- faotortaa, lima laotorr, tobaooo manulaotorj, two loundrtaa. thraa brlckyarda, broom las, orj, attain laundry, loa faatorj, two largo Sourini mllU In tba 01 tj ana aaiarai in uo ounT.BP'ono.or.,.D,K ..w -K-.- . honaa. riTOtnrnplaoaoon...

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 September 1889

. Jjopkiiwutlle Jlentuchian. TMf.0. I. BARTLIV, mlMM Msasr TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. C. M. Ltham ban returned from the east. Mrs. Carrio Ilartbaireturued from theeaitern cities. Mill Susie Oartb, of Trenton, waa In the city yesterday. Ml.. Mimla llubliisoii. of Fruit was In tbe oily Saturday, t.. n- .T. I,. Dulln Is on a visit to relatives In Stewart county. Mrs. A. Y. Stevens, of Nashville, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Martin. Mr. II B Kuper, of the Elktoii Progreti, petu Saturday in the oily. ' Mr. O. B. Messliuore, of Webster oounty, was in the city last week. School Superlnlendeut F. H. Bon shaw Is out again after a alight at tack of slokuess. Miss Dotten GroClaud, of Nash ville, Is vlsltlug Misses Mlunle aud Maxle Bronaugh. Editor BobL Crenshaw, of the Cadia Telephone, was in tbe olty a day or two of lat week. Mr. K Birch Bmeit left yesterday to attend the meeting of Commercial Clubs In Louisville to-day. Mist Bessie Baker, of Dixon, has mlnrnml f,nm her...

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 September 1889

THE MANDARIN. Whil. in hi. oaianauin. A finer .ight I hive not seen ! Rode lane Gum Foo. a mandarin; Some laundry people working nigh, Were hanging garments out to dry, Me beckoned with his golden tan, v washed those garments, answered ne, " With soap that's made beyond the sea, The Ivory Soap they call it there. We find it good beyond compare, .. . C..A- And thus addressed the nearest man : Then saia me marman.. v "Why do the robes upon your line "Co, order me a thousand pound. Like glaciers of Alaska shine? And they who use another kind Since we set out from Ning Po Keen. Shall prison cell and scaffold find! a .rrn?r nT? WARNING. ........ .j.,m i L ..rmixiiaH In M " II II EDUU il lire i 1 of the genuine. Ask tor "ivory" soap ....... -K- a o Coprril ht 188S, BJ Procter a u.mui.. opMnmillt enttukiatt, 18 AND SO NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY. ABYZBIIBIKO EATI3. One lnoh one Una, 11.00; on week, S1.M; tlx m.ontha,i O0;iwele month 11.00. One oolumnonellme.lll.oo; one week, 118.0...

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 September 1889

X - 4 Liw, Newsy ml tnpmin. -'SEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum, r "V T -W "W -W .. 1 j ! - u. 'i Tilt LlWiliT UH'UTIDY , .THf hit a. vrnr o utmu- . Complete Job Office mm o.iikh. VOLUME XL HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER 27. 1889. NUMBtR 78 If there be such a thing, we' were most certainly under ithe mystio power during the three weeks we were in the East hunting for bargains in Olotlaing-, Tirnisliiiig'S, Boots and Snoes, for never did we biy elegant new Good at such low prices before. But we are not complaining about the luck (if it be) i hat we have had since thefirstday we opened in Hofkinsville Nevtr in the history of any business firm has there been such a series of fortunes drop right into their hands, as u e have enjoyed during the first year of our existence here; and to say that we have turned Ihem. all to (food account, for our patrons a well as for ourselves, is but repeating what every one of our patrons already knows. If we could have had the power to mak...

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 September 1889

I Information comes from Wharton, mfiiinmiit enimn. M th wh, workmoD w. CHAt. M- MCACHAM. riUUAV, BK1TEMUEK S. ; HOPKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY. A lira aad irowl rH of 6,000 Inhabitant allneuidlaaoounlrol 49,000. Tha Louumlle id NuhTllle h.e two haee ot railroad la IM eounlf- Tha laraeet tobaaao growing onhtjlatbe world. Wbjt,oor, baj ooal, tire afoak aad rrnlM prodooed lor upon to 'tnr .untitiM. Too eitr m " bDk' With an eaurea.taoapltal oIUH.OOO. A plan- tnres oiniH" .A in .llffuliiB an artesian well near (bit place one day lt week, very peculiar kind of witer was truck at a depth of about 200 feet tt wai found to be cool and pleasant totak, the owner drinking a il which lead the workmen to follow ...u Th. ruvnliarilv exist in the affiant It had upon them. In a very abort time after taking a drink the men were seined with a dlny.twltch tng, Intoxicated feeling about the face thir.h aoon extended over the enure In mill ul wuoa feutorT, tutorial, lima fulorr. tobaooo laantrTaelorTi inuring ...

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 September 1889

JjojjhiiwuUU JUntudtian. TitCO. C. BARTLCVi Bsttases Messfsr FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. W. 8. Withers is In Louisville. Jobn Ilaynbam, of Lafayette, u In the oliy yeaterdajr. Dr. B. W. Btoue, returned from Louisville yesterday. E. B. Baasett and wife returned from Loulevllle last night. ; Dr. P. B. Howard, of Olarkavllle, ipeul Wednesday I" tn ""X. ,. M. E. IUm, of Jullen, returned from tho eastern market yesterday.' MJ. B. It- (Jrumbaugb returned from a trip to Louieville yeeterdayi i Mr. It Fouut Wml la iu Murfrce boro, Teun , this week, on bunluen Mlti Lena GrlHain U home again from a lena-tby visit to relatives In j Indiana. . , - Met. J. B. Galbreath bai returned : from' a short 'vlalt to relatives In : JNMUTUie. i John W. Wicks, who spent several days of thl'a week in Louisville, on business, la home again. Mr. M. E .lodgers la In Louisville tbia week "purchasing a complete stock of mlllluer for tbe fall trade ! Col," William Stbvenaon and wife, of Crab Oroha...

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 September 1889

1 THE MANDARIN. While seated in hii palanquin, Rode Ling Gum Foo, a mandarin; Some laundry people working nigh, Were hanging garments out to dry. Me beckoned with his golden fan. And thus addressed the nearest man "Why do the robes upon your line Like glaciers of Alaska shine r And Since we set out from Ning Po Keen, Shall prison cell and scaffold find!" A WORD OF WARNING. There ire many white lospi, each represented Is be" Just at good is the Ivory ' j " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Alk for " IV07" Soap and Insist upon getting ft Ooprrlf M ISM, by Proctor Gamble. Ijopliinsotlle Titntuthian. 18 AND 10 NINTH TRHT, HOPKINSVILLE, - KENTUCKY' . APViBnaraB bates. One Inch oil time, 11.00; oa week, II .SO; six month. 99 00; twelv Month. U.0O. One oolumnone tlmo.SlS.oo; ono week, 118.00; la months, 0M.OO; twelve bmbUm, eiu.oo. RELIGIOUS AND EDUOATIONAL. 1 Colleges where there is no relltf- ttoua influence upon the stude...

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