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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 17 October 1884

mm scuiH mnu FRIDAY, OCTOIiER 17, 1881. TIME TABLE FOR TRAINS. Dki-akt Sdiitii 0:4.,i A.M.; 11:83 a.m. Iiki'aht Moktii iM A.u.; 8:111 p. M. Akwvk mux Mot'Tii 8:ia p. a.; S:W p.m. Ahuivk raon North ll.au a. m.; D;10 r. M l'OST OFKICE-Ilridgo 8t. 0ica for letters, stamps 7 A. X. tt 6 r. H. " money orders (I A. M. to 4 r, M. I" " delivery, Sundays 8:10 to:10 P.M. 80UT1IKIIN KX1MIKH8 OKl'lCK, Norcii Mum St. OpCll 8 A. M. to 4 P. U. SOCIALITIES. Futhei' timo is tlio correct standard for this latitude, ut M. D. Kully'g. Mr. Coliiiimn lloyd, of Louisville, is visiting relatives in llio city. Mr. and Mid. J. 1). MePhurson left yesterday for u trip to New York. Mr. Ira Smith has accepted a posi tion tin clerk in tho Planters Hank. Mr. and Mrs. IV P. Huffman, of Rich Pond, Ky. were in the city Tues day. Mr. Cainillu K. Trice left a few days ago for Texan to mako bis homo in tho future. Mrs. C. D. Bull, of Lonjvlow, and Mrs. Buck Loavell wero In tlio city yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. C. I). Ellin, ...

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. — 17 October 1884

NASHVILLE STREET. 1I0PKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, CLUBLIST. Wo will furnish the following papers and po liticals with tho Smu-WiiitiUY SOUTH Kurt tuokian at the subjoined cheap ratos: Daily Courier-Journnl 11150 Weekly Courier-Journal " Louisvillo Commercial 19.00 Farmors Uome Journal 13.16 Peturson's Magazine I3.U0 Uo.ley's Lady's Book W.OO Now York WooklySim W.W TO C33333P0NDSNIS. Wo want Crash, rolialilo ami roa.lable lcttors from every nelnhhorhood where the Sum Wkkkly Soutu Kkntucjuan circulates. Give ua tlio ova plainly, correctly, briefly and Intol tgiuly, without neodlMa comment or rhetorica Oo.irishos. Lot no obituary notice exceed ten linos; don't oUseuaa the weathor, or write almn ln.tttors of no lntoreat to the reading public Use but one aide of the paper and write an of tin as yoa luvo news item to ciirjuielu, and no oftcuer. Our Agents Tho following iwrwn aro our authorized njconts, who will receive snlMc.riptioii for the SKMI-vVKKKUVSOfTlI KKNTUCKI ASI ! J. W. Williams, Peiu...

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. — 21 October 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., OCTOBER 21, 1884 NUMBER 85 CHA9. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WIL0U8. 1KHUKII KVKIIV TUKHDAY ANH FKIDAY MOHNINQ BY ' meacham;& wilgus. eviihrs units asi PBornixions. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, ono yo'ir, strictly ' aJ- VIllll'.O 'J' One copy, nix months I'.0" No milwcrlptlnim taken on timo ami nil papers lopped Wlll'll out. Ono iMpy true to any ono sending us DvO y ii.rly '-tinti Riiliat-.rilwrs. J. C. Shannahan, BOOT SHOWER COUltT HT., rvnr I'limttnn Bank. All stylos muilu ut InitUun llguros and Ut uuarantood. Jnn 1 'H4-ly.) HENRY & PAYNE, itaiji aii tastta at L, East side Main 8t.,oor Kelly's Jewelry start HOPKINSVILLE, KY. tlyJanl-' . dfTw.m-fuqija, flb Dra Hj's Jwdfj Ran, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. lyJaul-'M Andrew Seargcnt, P.1.D, OFFICE MAIN STREET, flfluaslta Horner's Druff Store. -rr - Bu..T-'-t(. ARTIFICIAL TEETH Insortod iu Fifteen minim' after nat r.ral ciriOH nra extracted, by 21. H. E0T7XIXTE, . DENTIST. lIOl'KlNoVlI.LK. KY. Incl. I...

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. — 21 October 1884

WmX W BHTOMI. CHAS. M. M EACH AM, - Editor TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1884. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, GBOVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VlCK-PUESilDENT, THOMAS A. HENDEICKS. OF INDIANA. ELECTORS. For Slate at Large. BEN S. UOBBINS. "V. B. FLEMING. District Elector!. 1- Uhea Boyd, of McCiacken county. 2- Ooinwel! Adair, of Union counly. 3- John S. Mica, of Logan county. 4- Sam B. Berry, of Marion county. 5- J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jetl'erson county. 6- Lcslic T. Applcgato, of rcndlcton co. 7- Ira Julian, of Franklin county 8- G. N. Robinson, of Shelby county. 9- S. S. Savage, of Boyd county. 10- John P. Salvers, of Morgan county. 11- Rollin Hurt, of Adair counly. FOR C0NISRES8, POLK LAFFOON, of Hopkins Counly. FOR EQUALIZER OF TAXES, B. E. RANDOLPH, of Christian County. A. M. Sullivan, the well known Irish agitator, died in Dublin, Fri day last. The hippodrome will reach Evans villo to-niorrow night and give a free exhibition Tucsdav. The solid South stands like a stone wall. West ...

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. — 21 October 1884

-.:; ... t 8B1C-WEEB.T SOUTH IMW, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1884. TIME TABLE FOE TRAINS. Dkfaht 8niTH-l:4S A. u.; 11:85 a. m. Dkpaxt Ndktu i:K a.m.; 8:18 p.. Akkivk fkcim south 3:18 r. .; 8:80 r. u. Aiikivk vkuu NuKTil 11:80 A. M.; 11:10 r. H. POST OKFICE-Bridgo St. Opon for letter, stump 7 A. M. to 0 P. M. u money order 0 A. M. to 4 v. M. " " dulivury, SintdityH 3:45 lo4:16 P.M. UUUTHKItN EXI'HKSSOKFIUK, North Main St. Opm 8 A. M. toll r. M. SOCIALITIES. Father time is the current standard for this latitude, at M. 1). Kelly's. Mr. J. 1). Mcl'lierson lias returned from a visit to Chicago. Mr. M. W. Grissiiiti has rcturuod from a week's visit to Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Shyer are at Dawson this week. Cajit. Jno. C. Dabney, of Cadi., was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Wijjal, of Ilondorson, is visi ting her siHtcr, Mrs. Jno. C. Day. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tricu ' and their daughter, Miss Annie, went to Imis villo to tlie Exposition last week. Mian Auuio Johnston returned homo to l'eacher's Mill...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 21 October 1884

"J mmi south ramnaui. NASHVILLE STKKET. noncrxsviLLE, Kentucky. CLUBLIST, Wo will furnish the following papers and po jodlcals with, tho Ssmi-Wkkkly South Kk.n TUCins at the subloinod choap rates: . luilv Courier-Jonrnul U.W Weekly Oourior-Jonrnal Louisville Commercial J3.00 t armors Home Journal s-ls 1 ctcrson's Mugiuliio W.OO Hodcv's Lady's Book I3-110 iow York WoealySun 3il TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wo want froih, reliable and ruadulilo letters Iroin every neighborhood where the Skmi Weekly South Kkntucman circulates. Oivo vs tho .ows plainly, correctly, briefly and Intol i ilbly, without niwiilo-is oominoiit or rhetorical i.oiirisluw. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss tho weathor, or write aboi.1 Matters of no Interest to tho reading public so but ono sido of the paiwr and write as of tcii H-iyouluva umv Horns to ehroiiicle, and no t.ftener. Our Agents Tho following parsons are our authorued agents, who will rocoivo subscription for tho bum- Weekly South Kentuckian...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 24 October 1884

JpCtllt '1111 ; J -ilJ '"n At i volume vi; ' CHAS. M. MEACHAM. . W. A. WILQU8 188UKU EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOHNINO BY M EACH AM & WILGUS. eVllLlHHERS AND PROPMETOMi. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono copy, one year, strictly cosh In ad- Timco $2,00 " Ono copy, six months $1,00 No subscriptions tnkun on tlmo and all papers tt)lIOll when out One copy free to any ono Bonding us Ave y nirlyciwhsulworilRirs. 1m ....'V...'...'.....".."..". .""'''"' BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. Shannahan, lU COITKT KT rcnr I'lnntsn Hank. All tyle made nt Ixitlom tlg-ures and UUguuruntoed. Unnl'M-ly. HENRY & PAYNE, Attays ill Win it lit. Bust side Main Ht over Kelly's Jowelry store HOPKINSVILLE, KY. llyjan 1-'81 DR, W. M-FUQUA, OSes C?:r Kelly's Jewelry Siors, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. 1y Jiin l-'M Andrew Seargent, M. D OFFICE . ' j MAIN STREET, Opposite Hoppor'a Drug Store. OOT.-I-'M-tf. ARTIFICIAL TEETH Inserted iu Fifteen mimiU'H aflor nat r.ral ones are extracted, bv 21. H. BOTJKXTE, DENTIST. IIOI'KINSVILLK. KY. Perl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 24 October 1884

HOTEBLT SOUTS SRIU, CHA8. M. M BACH AM, Editor I FKIDAY, OCTOBEB 24, 1884. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. 'f f '2 FOR VIOE-l'KKNIDKNT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. OF INDIANA. ELECTORS. For Stale at Larce. BEN S. BOBBIN'S. W. B. FLEMING. District Electors. 1- Blica Boyd, of McOucken county. 2- Crom well Adair, of Union county. 3- Joliu S. Blica, of Logan county. 4- Sam B. Berry, of Marion county. 5- J. F. Bullitt, Jr., ofjcllerson county. 6- LcslicT. Applegatc, of Pendleton co. 7- Ira Julian, of Franklin county. 8- G. X. Robinson, of Shelby county. 9- S. S. Savage, of Boyd county. 10- John P. Salycrs, of Morgan county. 11- Bollin Hurt, of Aduir county. FOB CON (ill ESS, POLK LAFFOON, of Hopkins County. FOB EQUALIZER OK TAXES, "B. E. RANDOLPH, of Christian County. MBBMSSBUMQBMDKnMW This is the last week of tho South ern Exposition, of Louisville. Il wil' close Saturday. Only ten days till the election. Nothing short' of a miracle can ac complish the election...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 24 October 1884

wmi south mm FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1881. TIME TABLE FOR TRAINS. DKPART Sfll'TH DM a.m.; 11:85 A.M. 11KPAHT NORTH S:45 a.m.; 3:18P.M. Annua fhum buiiTii 8:18 p. M,; S:8o p. u. AKHIVX FROM N'UIITU 11:HU A. U:10 p. M. 1'08'f omCK Bridge St. Open for letters, stamps 7 A. M. to 6 P. M. " " mimey ontuin A. M. to 4 P. M. ' " delivery, Sundaysarts lo4:16 P.M. SOUTIIEltN EXI'llESS OFKICK, .North Mum St. Open 8 A. M. to 9 p. M. SOCIALITIES. Father timo in tlie correct standard for litis lulitutle, at M. D. Kelly's. Mr. M. C.Forbes left furLouisvillo yesterday. Mr. W. A. PTol left yesterday for lliu Louisville Exposition, Mr. L. II. McKce lias gouo cast to imrcliaso a uew stock of goods for his limine. Mr. M. I). King and his little sor, of Church Hill, havo returned from Dawson. Dr. W. F. Patlou was in the city this week blinking hands with his many friends. Mrs. J. 1). Mi-l'licwon and Mrs. A. D. Hodgcrs aro attending tho Fair at Madisonville. Mr. R. II. ColTcy and family left yes terday lor Pe...

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 October 1884

mmu ssurs smur. NASHVILLE STREET. llOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. Wo will turulsh tho following papors ami po nWloali with tlio Skvi-Wkkkly Soutii Kin tucki an at tlio subjolnod cheap rates: 1 tuily Courier-Journal f 12.00 Weekly Courier-Journal " LouUvillo Commercial $3.00 farmers Homo Journal , I'ctersou's Magazine '. $3.00 ilodcy's Lady's Book W.60 Now York Weonly Sun 3.10 TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wo want fresh, reliable ami roadnblo lottors from, every neighborhood where tho bum Wkkkly South Kkntuckian circulatoH. (jive us the iewi plainly, oormctly, briefly and Intel- igibly, witluut neeJle. comment or rhetorical Jouruhea. Let no obituary uotieo exceed ten linos; don't discuss the weather, or write ulwut matters of no Interest to the reading public Oso but ono side of the paper and write as often as you have no s Items to chronicle, and uftouor. Our Agents Tlio following persons aro our authorised agents, who will receive subscription for tin Skmi-Werki.y South Kbntuckian: J. W. W...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 28 October 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, OCTOBER 28, 1884 NUMBER 87 '"- --. V 03 W. A. WILGUS. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FUIDAY MOUSING UY M EACH AM & WILGUS. PVnhlSJlERS AND PROPItJtCTOBS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copy, ope year, strictly cimh In aii vnncii 12,00 one copy, lx months 1,00 No nuhw:rlitliii taken on time and all paK!W tuppoil when out. One copy true to any one tending luflvo yjnrly ciuh miliwiiiliciM. BUSINESS'CARDS. J, C. Shannah'an, COURT ST., rear 1'lantcra Bunk, All ntylon made at bottom (Inures and 111 guaranteed. Uunl'M-ly. - HENRY & PAYNE, ifaiji ill ttiittki it Iw. Kant utilo Main St., over Kelly'. Jewelry atoro HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Uyjanl-'SII Andrew Seargent, M.D OEKICK MAIN STREET, Otraaalto Homer's Dm? Store. - E K " noT.-T-'U-tr. ' ARTIFICIAL TEETH Inserted in Fiftceu minutes after nat nrnl ones nra extracted, by XI. XI. BOT7P.1TE, DB2TTXST. UOI'KINSVILLK, KY. Doit, IV Campbell & Medley . DENTISTS. NEW BEARD BUILDING Main St. Uopkiusville Kv. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 28 October 1884

HUMmr sorb sow h w "'Si'V'vW'i CHAS. M. HE1CHAH, Editor TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1881. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIl PRESIDENT, BS07ZB CLEVELAND, OF JVJFir YORK. FOR VIOK-PKK81DKNT, TEOMAS A. HENDRICKS. OF INDIANA. ELECTORS. Foe 7rrte Larie. -.. r en s. nonnixs. W. B. FLEMING. District Electors. 1- Rliea Boyd, of McCrackcu county. 2- Cronnvcll Adair, of Union county. 'I-Jolin S. Ulioa, of Logan county. 4- Siun B. Berry, of Marion county. 5- J. F. Bullitt. Jr., of JtMl'erson county. C-I,cslieT. Ajlcittc,of Pciulluton co. 7- Ira Julian, of Franklin county 8- G. N. Robinson, of Shelby county. !)-S. S. Savage, of Boyd county. 10-JoIm P. Salvors, of Morgan county. lt-Uollin Hurt, of Adair county. KOR t'ONUliKSS, POLK LAFFOON, of Hopkins County. FOlt EQUALIZER OK TAXES, 3. E. SANDOLPH, of Christian County. Tho Clarksville Chronicle will is sue a daily for the three days imme diately following tho Presidential election. The Dawson llipplings suspended publication last week and tho olfice will bo mov...

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 October 1884

'V TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1884. TIME TABLE FOR TRAINS. Dkpart South 0:45 a.m.; 11:85 a.m. 1ki-akt Nuktii a.m.; 11:18 1: u. Ahhivk phom Moi'TH 8:l 1'. H.i 8:110 p, H. AKKIVK WUM NOIITH lllSO A. U. V.1Q P.M. I'OST OmCK-Ilridgfe St. Oion fur letters, stnmps 7 A. u. to 6 p. M. " " moiioy orders A. u. lo 4 P. M. " dulivury, nuudays 3:45 to:15 p.m. BOUTilEllN KXl'ltKSS OFFICK, North Mnin at. Open 8 A. M. tot P. M. SOCIALITIES. . Ftillici- timo is tliu correct Blandard for this latitude, at M. I). Kelly's. Mr. J. S. Bryant, a i.romiiicn t law yer of Niulivillc, passed through tlio city Saturday. Mr. G. W. Biadon, of Louisvillo was the uuest of Trot". A. F. Williams' family Sunday. Mrs. M. K. Long Is visiting rela tives in Galveston, Tex., and will re main all tho winter. Mr. Urey Woodson, editor of tho Owensboro Messongcr, passed through the city Saturday. Mr. It. M. Anderson is In Louisville attending tho Grand Lodgo of the order of Odd Fellows, as a represen tative. Mrs. Emily Lindeiiburg,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 28 October 1884

mwax south oral. .'wN..v.' NASIIVIU.E 8TI1EKT. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. Wo will furnish the following papors anil pc ui-lieaU with tho 8ci-Wcki.y Uuutu Khh tucki us nt tho subjoined cheap rates : 1 ;iily Courier-Journal tl2.50 vVaekly Courier-. lounuil " Loutsvillo Commercial 18.00 1 armors Homo Journal fn.15 Peterson's Magazine 4 H.0O liodoy's Lady's Book 13.00 .New York Weekly Sun W.10 TO CORRESPONDENTS. Wo want fresh, roliublo ami readable letters from overy neighborhood wlicro tho Skmi vVbkkly Soittu Kkmtuckiax circulates. (Jive ua Ilia low plainly, correctly, briefly and Intel igibly, witlio.it iioiiilliiss comiiient or rhutorical Joiirishoj. Let no obituary notice exceed ten lines; don't discuss the weather, or write aliou matters of no interest to the rending public nc but one side of the paper and write as often iu y.i.i hivd njwj ito.us to elironiclo, and oftouor. Our Agents I'ho folliwing persons aro our authorized agents, wlio will recoivo subscription for tho Su...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 31 October 1884

JPonth niintkhn. VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, OCTOBER 31, 1884 NUMBER 88 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOU8. ISSUED KVKI1V TTRHDAY AVI) KHIDAY MOUSING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. PUIILISHEHS AND FKOVItJETOBB. VSA',''',M'V','',,,',WV'''',,'WW,''W'V SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, ono your, strictly r.ah In ad VUlICO 100 Ono copy, six months 1M - No sulwcrlptlons taken on tlino and all papors lopped when out. Ono copy frooto any one son. ling native yearly oash iuliscrlboi. BUSINESS CARDS. The Bad Boy. II Y GEORGE W. l'KI K. It JiihI seems to mc everything is laid to nio." "Well, it seems as though your presence anywhere was a bad omen," said tho grocery man "You seetii to boa regular Jonah." "I never swallowed a whale in the whole course of my life," said the boy J. C. Shannahan, BOOT k SHOEMAKER COURT ST., rear Planters Hank. All stylo nimlo ill IkiUohi llguros ami Ala guaranteed. Uiinl'M-ly. HENRY k PAYNE, . Allcrceyj ni Imdm al law. East side Wiiln 81 ., over Kelly's .towe...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 31 October 1884

tfMBELT SOUTH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1884. CBAS. H. MtACUAM, ... Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIt PRESIDENT, GROVES CLEVELAND, OF NE W YORK. FOR VlOE-IMtKHlDKXT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. OF INDIANA. RLEITOK.0. For Stole at L'trje. BEN S. R0B1UNS. W. B. FLEMING. District Electors. 1- Rhea Boyd, of McCraeken county. 2- Crom well Adair, of Union county. .'l-.Iohn S. Rhea, of Logan county. 4- Sstm H. Berry, of Mai-ion county. 5- .T. F.Bullitt. Jr., of Jeilerson county. (-Leslie T. Applegatc, of Pendleton cc 7- Ira Julian, of Franklin county 8- G. N. Robinson, of Shelby county. 9- S. S. Savage, of Boyd county. 10- John 1 Salycrs, of Morgan comity. 11- Rollin Hurt, of Adair county. 'OIl CON'UKKSS, POLK LAPPOON, of Hopkins County. FOIt EOUAUZKItOF TAXKS, B. E. RANDOLPH, of Christian County. Tho Blaine Ilippodronio will close the season in New York State this week. Fourteen men were suffocated in a mine at Uniontown Tuesday by an explosion of lire damp. Wilbur F. Storey, the great Chica go journalis...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 31 October 1884

SEOTLI SOUTH mWM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1881. TIME TABLE FOR TBAINS. ilkpaht boi'tii u:43 a.m.; 11:83 a.m. Dkfakt Noktii a.m.; 11:13 p.m. Akhivk mini south S:1D p, m.; 8:80 r.M. Abhivi kkum Nokth ll:uu a. m.; W:10 r. M. POST OKFICE-Hridge St. 0m for loltora, HtMiiiix 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. ' money ordors a A. M. to 4 P. M " " delivery, Huuduys 11:46 to 4: 15 P.M. SOUTHERN KXl'HKSS OKr'lC'K, North Main St. Open 8 A. M. to IS P. M. SOCIALITIES. Father timo is the correct standard for this latitude, at M. 1). Kcllv's. Mrs. J. W. this week. Prilclictt id ut Dawson Mr. M. W. Grissam is confined to his bed with rheumatism. Miss Etta Greenwood left this week for Fort Worth, Texas, to visit friends. Jus. MacKcnzic, Esq., of Nashville, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. A. Tike. tlolinnio Wells, of Nashville, Ten n., lias taken a position with O. S. & 11. P. Stevens. Miss Nannie Parker, of Williams, is in the city, tho guest of Mr. R. 1'. Stevens' family. Mr. S. II. Turner loft for Dawson yestor...

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. — 31 October 1884

l NASHVILLE STI1KKT. iloriCIXSVILLK, KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. Wo will furnish this following papers nml pc nvliiviU with tho sk ji-Wkbkuv South Ksn Tticm an lit tho subjoined cheap rates: 1 Mily Courior-.Iounvil f 12.60 iVcekly CIoiu-lcr-.tuum.il 3.S5 " I.ouisvillu C.imniori'.ial (3.00 t armors Homo Journal I3.1S 1 elurami'a M:i!$:uinu liodoy'a Lady's ll.iok 8.00 .Vow Vork WooiilySan ?U.10 TO C3SBSSP0MDENTS. Wo want fresh, reliable ami ruaduble loUcra from every neighborhood where tlto Sum WKKKI.Y Sui'TH Kknti'ukian circulates. Oivo us tho lows plainly, correctly, brielly nml Intel igibly, with tat nc.i.ll.iM cu.nuient or rhetorleal .loarnhiM. Lot no obituary notice exceed ten li.ies;il.iu't ci.soinslhe weather, or write aboil inaltisr of no interest to tlie reaitingpnlilic 1 1 so hut uno sido of tlio paper ami write us often m y,Ri Ihm ujari ite.ni to chroniclo, an-1 oftuncr. Our Agents ' fho followinj persons aro our authorized agents, who will roccivo subscription for the Smu-VKKKi.Y....

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 November 1884

A VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, NOVEMBER 4, 1884 NUMBER 89 " ' . ' ' ' v V: CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS. FRIDAY 1SHUK1I EVERY TUESDAY AND MOItNINU BY 'MEACHAM & WILGUS. PUBhisnsRS asd prophiexobb. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, ono year, itriotly cash In ad tvanufl 11,00 tine, copy, six months 1,00 No 8iilMcrittona taken oh tlmo ami all papers stopped whon out. ' ' . Oao copy free to any one Bonding us Ave yearly cash suusoribou. ' -v..- -." Located on the county line, half- In Christian ami half in Todd, is the pleasant little town of Fairview, with fjf busy, progressive "population of 0f good wdicn lip comes, three hundred people. It is an- old - UA Jolfg C6U1 day when Fairview town, and although it has. never had . ,. m.i lr. .... ' ,.st ,.!,. ,.,. but tlio advantages of va.ilroads or turn- th'e ,K!j)'who livo.h'car.uover fight, pikes it has been and is .still ono o! it iaii low.-7lovn class vlio eomc lioto, till themselves with mean whisky and .then try: to...

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 November 1884

mwa south mam TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 188t. CUAS. H. MEACHAM, ... Editor See thcro men, there arc the Ito publicans! "Before night they are ours, or Molly Stark 's a widow." A President, will be elected to-day and the man that gets in will have to crawl through a mighty small hole. Ex-Gov. Moses, tho carpet-bag Governor of South Carolina, who was under arivst fr swindling a preacher in Del riot, at tempted to hang himself in jail last Friday. And now conies the great battle of ballot. Charge 'em boys. Don't lire until yon can seo tho whites of their eyes a id the 1 aim low, and vic tory will perch upon our banners. -j Cleveland may bo defeated to-day hut tho Soitii Kkntuckian will ap pear next Friday as usual. No mat ter who is elected the prize will re ni'iin the same $2.00 a year, cash in advance and stop when out. With 198 votes dead sure and four Deniocratb states to get. tho other three from, it looks like Cleveland was sure to be elected, but there is no way to tell what Itepubli...

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