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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 21 November 1884

WKKLrSQUTH EUAN. TIME TABLE FOE TRAINS. piMHT 8oUT!!-0:(5 A.K.;I1:85 A.M. Dki-aut Nohth m a.m.; f.lSr.u. Akbivk rmou Soma 8:1s r, m.; 8:110 p.m. akmvs rttuM kobth U:B0 A. M.; 11:10 t. U, I'OST UFFICK Bridge St. Open for letters, stumps 7 a. u, to t r. u. " " money ordure a a. u. lu l u " " delivery, Sunday 8:46 to4:l r.M SOUTH KltN EXI'IiKSS OFFICK, North Mam St. Open I A. M. to 4 p. M. SOCIALITIES. Futlior time Is the correct standard for this latitude, at M. D. Kelly's. Miss Pattio Wliite Is very ill, with but slight hopes of recovery. . Mr. J. T. Harper, of Trigg county, wus In the city yesterday. Miss Annie Richardson, of Pem broke, U visiting Miss Lallio Wool- dridgc. Mr. 11. A. Baker has gone to Han son, Ilonkiiu county, to buy tobacco thjs season. MaJ. Matt McKlnnry and Mr. J. E, M wards, of Cadiz were In the city i ucstlay. Mrs. Jag, E. Jesup returned Mom day from a visit to her daughter Mrs, T. P. Major, of Clarksvillo. Miss Frankle Simmons of this city, returned home Sunda...

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. — 21 November 1884

NASHVILLE STREET. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following paper and pe r o Ileal with the 81-Wiiklt South Km tuceian at the subjoined cheap rates: Oaily Courier-Journal f 12.50 vVeekly Courier-Journal 3.M ' Louisville Commercial fS.OO armors Home Journal 3.15 1'etorson's Magazine Godoy's Lady's Book 13.110 New York WeotlySun 18.10 . TO COEEESPONDENTS. We waut trash, reliable an t roadable letters from every neighborhood where the SBMI Wekicly South Kestiickian circulate. Give us the lews plainly, correctly, brielly and Intel lgibly, witho.it needless comuieut or rhutorica nourishes. Let no obituary notice exceed ton lines; don't discuss the weather, or write about mutters of no interest to the reading public Use but one side of the paper and write as often as you luve njw.t items to chronic'.s, and no oftener. Our Agents The following persous are our authorized agents, who will receive subscription for the 8Em-Weekly South Kintuokian: J. W. Williams, Pembrok...

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. — 25 November 1884

Mtml fS3 VOLUME VI. 'i HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, NOVEMBER 25,1884 NUMBER 95 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS. ISSUKD EVKIIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. PUBLISHERS AND PROPBIXIOJtb. TOWH LOTS ! n'WVSfSn fn"," SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ont oopy, one year, itrlotly oaah In ad vanoe v On oopy, tlx months 10 ' No subscriptions taken on time and all papors topped when out. One copy free to any one tending native yearly caib subscribers. usWfsfcm J. C. Shannahan, BOOT & SHOEMAKER COURT ST., rear Hlanten Bank. All stylet naile at bottom llguroa and fits guaranteed. Jan I 'M-ly.J HENRY & PAYNE, Ifatji til Ctolfa at In. East tide Main St., over Kelly'i Jewelry ttore HOPKINSVILLE, KY. llyjanl-8l JNDBEW 8KABOENT.M. D., rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON. orncior MAIS STREET, OITOSITK HOrrER'S DUUG STOKE. BOT.-T-'Ss-M. ON MONDAY, JANUARY 5. 1885, (it boinir County Court day), I w'.ll olTef for Sale, at the Court-house dooi-; in llopkinsvillc, Ky., the fol lowing Town Lots an...

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. — 25 November 1884

wmi ma mwm, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1881. CHAS. M. M EACH AM, Editor Where is tho man who said that tho liistory of a hundred years proved that no man whoso namo begins with C could ever bo elected president. ? Jonathan Cliaso has consented t become a candidate to succeed II. B. Anthony, deceased, as Uuitod States Senator from Itliodo Island. The will of Frank Chaufran, the actor hus been admitted to probate. Ho leaves his widow all of his prop erty, real and personal, amounting to $245,000. The voting population of Dakota as shown by the recent election is 84,000, which indicates a population of 420, 003, an increase of 45 per cent in two years. Mr. Geo. V. Triplet!, associate edi tor of tho Frankfort Capital, will be united in marriage to-morrow to Miss Nannie N. Beckham, daughter of tho lato Hon. TV. N. Beckham, of B4Sl3towu, Ky. A syndicate of young men has been formed nt St. Thomas, in Pem bina county, Dak., where there is a great dearth of young ladies, which will send a deputat...

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. — 25 November 1884

XL7 soon TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 25, 1884 TIME TABLE 70S TEAI1TS. DBPiKT South 6:45 .ii.;ll:5 A.M. Dkpakt Nobth S:40 a.m.; 8:18p.m. Akuivk fhom Huutu-8:18 p.m.; 8:80 p.m. ahh1v1 phum noktu 11:80 a. m. vuo p. m. POST OFFICE Bridge St. Open tor letters, stamps 7 A. M. to t P. M. " " money orders A. M. to 4 P. M. " " delivery, Sundays 8:41 to 4:16 F.M. SOUTIIKltN EXPRESS OFFICE, North Maiu St. Opon 8 A. M. to 5 P. Ml SOCIALITIES. Father timo is the correct standard for this latitude, at M. D. Kelly's. Mr. Jas. Pye returned Saturday from a brief visit to Nashville. Judge J. S. Ridley, of Elkton, was iu the city yesterday. Miss Mamie Lou Hughes, ot Mor gan Held, Ky., Is visiting the family of Mr. John Poland. Mrs. Sue Smith, of Clarksville, Tenu., returned home yesterday, after a visit of several days to her relative, Mr. W. A. Wilgus. ' Mr. and Mrs. Juo. A. Twyman and Mrs. 11. II. Lovicr will leave to day for Lake City, Flo., where thoy will spend the winter. Miss Mollle Lay ne, of Todd comi ...

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. — 25 November 1884

'Mum mn mam. ..., "v ','v.y.sm'.''".' NASHVILLE STREET. JIOPKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers and pe r o llc.-tls Willi the Sexi-Wkkkly South Kbn- rucitiAtf at the subjoined choup rates: 'laily Courler-Jouro:tl A'fieUy Courier-Journal Loulsvillo Comiuorclal r armors Home Journal reteMon's Magiuino . Hodcy's Laily's Hook New York Weekly Sun ,1S. 60 $3.25 . ...f3.00 8.15 8.B0 $3.00 8.10 TO CORESPONDENTS. We waut fresh, reliable and readable letters from every neighborhood where tho Skmi Wkkkly soutu Kuntuoki an circulates. Give ns the lews plainly, correctly, briefly and Intel igihly, wltln.it iwallois comiueut or rhetorica JourisluH. Lot no obituary notice exceed ten linos; don't d.scusstho weather, or write about matter of no Interest to the reading public lse but one side of the paper and write as often as v. hi h ive nenrs ito.us to chronic1.), and no oftener. HISTORY. 0 45 3 30 2 45 C 73 Tht Origin of Finger-Sing. Mythology furnishes this accoun...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 27 November 1884

A VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., NOVEMBER 27,1884 NUMBER 96 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQU8. ISSUKI) EVF.I1Y TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY MEACHAM & VVILGUS. i FUBLi&HERS A,lfD PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one yoar, atriotly cash In ad vaneo Mi00 One copy, six monllia... 11.00 No ubecriptlone taken on time and alepapera Hopped when out. One copy free to any one tending mflie yearly caah lubecrlbere. ' BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. Shannahan, Town Lots and Land for Taxes. N MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 188.'). (it being County Court day), 1 w'.ll offer (or Salo, at the Court-house door, In Hopkinsville, Ky., the fol lowing Town Lots ana iracts ot Land tor btato anil County Taxes wi the years of 1881. 1882, 1883, and 1884. Such Land and Lob an are not gold on January 5, 1885, will bo sold in February aim March, l8o. Wo are ;ompellod to close our Tax business. If not paid promptly, we have to sell properly, personal and real. C. U. M. I1UUWJN, H. U. DISTRICT NO. 1-AV...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 27 November 1884

mHWi SOUTH QROI. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1884. CHAS. M. MEACHAM, - - - Editor The Grand Opera llouao of St. Louis was destroyed by liro last Sunday. 1 Col. Robt. G. Ingersoll, the great InCdcl orator, lectured In Evansvllle Wednesday night. The last session of the 48th Con gress will begin next Monday and close March 3, 1885. The Alabama Legislature re-elected Jas. L. Pugh to tho United States Senate last Tuesday. It is said that Gov. Cleveland has intimated that tho young Democracy will be largely represented in his Cabinet. The Vermont Legislature has de feated a local option bill and also a bill allowing female tax-payers to vote in municipal elections. Tho Governor of Washington Ter ritory in his annual message say fe malo suffrago is a success. It has ob tained in Washington for several years. Tho whole number of post-offices June 30, 1884, was 50,017. The num ber filled by Presidential appoint ment was 2,322 ; number filled by ap pointment by Post-master General, 47,694. New Jers...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 27 November 1884

SEHOTL! SOUTH fflHL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1884 TIME TABLE FOS TRAINS. DEfiKT 8oi'Tii-fl: 11:85 a.m. lMi'iKT Nouth j:46 a.m.; 8:18 p. m. Auhivi rum soutii-8:IS p. a.; :W r. M. Auuivi inn Noktu ll:iw At H.; V:10 p. u. l'OST OFFICE Bridge St. Open for letters, stninps 7 A. u. to 6 T. K . ' " money orders 4 a. m. tot f. m. delivery, Suudays 4:M U4:M r.M. SOUTlIEltN KXI'KKSS OKKICK, , North Main 81. Open 8 A, H. to IP. M. . SOCIALITIES. "Father time", Kelly's big town clock keeps both tho Standard aud sun time, r : Mr. It. W. Henry lias returned from a visit to Elkton, Mr. Wm. Cowau left for Louisville yesterday oil a business trip. ' Mr. A. 1. Smith .and bride, left AVotlncsday lor Springfield, Teun., to make their home in the future. . Misses Lizzio McCarty and Hattie Gi inter, of Cadjz, were in the city Wednesday en route to Nashville on a visit. . , . . . Dr. 'and Mrs. S. 1. Copo, of Spring fluid, Mo., who havo been visiting friends hero, returned Lome via Ta-dut-ah, Wednesday. Mr. W....

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. — 27 November 1884

nil south mcmn NASHVILLE STREET. JIOPKINSVILIjE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers nnil pe rineals with the Skmi-Wkkkly South Kn TtfCKi an at the subjoined cheap rates: ilally Courier-Journal Weekly Courier-Journal l-'-SS " Louisvlllo Commercial 13.00 farmers Home Journal '18 J'eteinon's Magazine $3.(10 Jodey'a Lady's Book S-0 New York Weekly 8uu W-10 Daily N. Y. World 17.50. Seml-wock'y " 18.60. Weekly " aw'", '," . Ustl .asiUaal tft tHUVUUill Hi Ni Op "Rum, ROMANISM and IIkiiel- LIOn" NoTOMRTV. The Tact that Mr. lllaino says, that but for an "iiitolerunt and utterly improper" remark made by Dr. Bui'cliai-J, he would have had many more votes from Irish Americans, seeinj; that lie needed but lew votes to elect him, is tjignilicatit of tho mi successful candidate's opinion that the llcv. Samuel 1). defeated him while intending to do him service Poor Itiirchurd is the subject of news paper talk on all sides. Even the Democrats "irird" at him, and none do him ho...

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. — 2 December 1884

JPemKiftedill ml; j i 3 CtttttCSItSlti VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., DECEMBER 2, 1884 NUMBER 97 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUS. 'e IHSUKI) EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY rMEACHAfsll.& WIL6US. PUBLISHERS AND PROPBlETORb i .'' .," ", , MV w SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One oopy, one year, strictly cash In ail Yanoe V One copy, tlx niontlia $1,00 No ubucrlptlona taken on time and all paper topped when out. One oopy froo to any one Bending ua five yearly caah lubscribere. BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. Shahnahan, BOOT I SHOEMAKER cWltT.ST., rear Mantel Hank. All etylea made at liottoin Uguroa and du guaranteed. (Janl'M-ly.) HENRY & PAYNE, itontji a:i fata si Liw. Eaatalila Main 81., over Kelly's Jewelry atore HOPKINSVILLE, KY. HyJanl-'Ml NDllEW BKA11GENT, M. I., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OfFlCKOF ' MAIN STRKET, Ol'POSITE HOPrKU'S DRL'li STORE. B0T.-T-'84-t(. TOWN LOTS LANDS FOR SALE FOR TAXES. DISTRICT NO. 1-COLORED. Tax ft Cuts Anderson, Squire, 1 acre, Gor- donsville. 82 to 8...

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. — 2 December 1884

mma sours Mmi OH AS. M. H EACH AM, - . Editor Congress met yesterday. Cleveland is 43 yearsold next March and Hendricks is in his 65th year. A white partridge was rceently captured. alive near Fort Gaines, Georgia. You can't throw a rock in the av-C.-ago Kentucky town without strik ing a candidate for postmaster. Forcpaugh's white elephant and Barnum's $11,000 giraffe are hoth dead. Oapt. Payne, the famous leader of the Oklahoma Boomers, died very suddenly at Wellington, Kan., last Friday. Thirty persons were lost at sea Fri day by the sinking of the steamer Durango, oil' the coast of Dunkirk, Scotland. Cleveland has 219 electoral votes, and it is recalled as a concidence thai 219 is exactly the number Gcu. Jack son had in 1832. Danville Advocate. There is talk of sending Maine to the Senate from l'ennysylvauia in the place of Cameron, who, it is said, will not bo a candidate for re-election. The Cincinnati Exposition lacked $20,000 of paying expenses this year and the holders of th...

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. — 2 December 1884

UUU.T tuksuay! DECEMBER 2, ill 1881. TIME TABLE FOE TWAINS. Pepirt Soi'TH S:4S a.m. Depikt North 8:45 A.M.; 8:18p.m. Akkivk from .scu'TH-a:18 r. u.; 8:80 p. M. ABKiri ruuM Nuhtu 11:80 a. M.; 11:10 v.Ui POST OFFICE Hri (1 go St. Open for letters, staniis T A. M. to t r. M. 11 money oi'ilorri 41 A. M, to 4 P. M. " ' " delivery, Sundays 8:t6 to4:lS P.M. SOUTHERN KXI'ltKHS OFFICE, North Mum tit. Oion 8 A. M. to 6 p. M. SOCIALITIES. "Father time," Kelly's big town clock keeps both Iho Standard and 8ii ii time. . Mr. C. II. Fort, of Saddlersvillc, Tumi., Is In the city. .ludgo Thompson, of Greenville, was in tho city Sunday. Mrs. Cauo Henry. ofPedeo, spent;. several days in tlio city last week vis hint; relatives. Mies Minnie Campbell lins returned from a visit to Dr. Peyton's family, in the county. Hon. It. Y. Bush, editor of the Ilawesviilo Democrat, was in the city Saturday and paid us a call. Mcsdainos T. D. ltoberts and J. W. McGeliee, of llelloviow, aro visiting their slstor, Mrs. D...

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. — 2 December 1884

ffifl! SOUTH MEM NASHVILLE 8TKF.KT. 110PKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers and po t o'licalB with the Skmi-Wkkkly South Kkn TUCKiANat tike subjoined cheap rules: JJuily Courier-Journal f 12.60 Weekly Courier-Journal $3-20 " Louisville Commercial JH.O0 t armors Home Journal $3.16 J uterson's Magazine tS-W troiloy'8 Lady's Book 13.80 New York Weekly Sun ?3.10 Daily N. Y. World, 17.51). Semi-weekly " W.0. Weekly " 2.75. Bloody Shirt Blaine. The Blesiing Wounds cf Wat torn opon Afresh and the Bloody Shirt Bragged from the Cave of Oblivion. The Befeated Candidate Shows his true Character. Augusta, Nov. 18. A largo num ber of personal ami political frieutU of Mr. Blaine serenaded him thiseve ning as an expression of personal good will and admiration of his con duct of the national campaign. They inarched through the streets under the marshal-ship of Col. Frank Nye. "When they reach Blaine's house their compliments and friendly regards were expressed in a ...

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. — 5 December 1884

mm ' lu y etttoclitiwii VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, DECEMBER 5, 1884 NUMBER 98 CHA8. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS. B9 UKD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNIXQ BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. euntiaaEHS and pbopbieiobh. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ont copy, one your, strictly cah In ad vance; One copy, six months No subscriptions taken on time and all papers stopped when out. One copy tree to any one tending move yoarly cash subscribers. J. C. Shannahan, BOOT & SHOEMAKER COUHT ST., rear I'taoters Bank. All styles maile at bottom figures and Out guaranteed. (Jan 1 'M-lyd HENRY & PAYNE, Ittonm ul Cntki it In East side Main St., orer Kelly's Jewelry store HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Ilyjanl-'MI ' HDRE.W 8KAHQKNT, M. P., niYSlCIAN AXD SURGEON. e.ric op ' MAIS STItEET, OITOS1TE HOPPER'S nncu store. nov.-T-'St-tf. DISTRICT NO. 1-WMTE. Tnx ft Costs. (Invidiam. W J G.fur II Blaine. town lot. Lafayette, '81 5 SO "?. r rcu, lor wile acres Bramc, Mrs M f , lite estate, z lots, Beiinettstown, 'tfi io o...

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. — 5 December 1884

mma south 111 FiTidX 5, 1884. CHAS. M. M EACH AM, - - Editor The Democrats carried tho day, Monday, In the municipal clcit'ons of New Haven, Conn., and lall River, Mass. The Girl's Missionary Society of Baptist church will give a candy pulling in Abbrnathy's warehouse on Saturday evening, Dec. C, at 7 o'clock Admission 10 cents. Henry Richter, a crazy cabinet maker, was arrested in Louisville this week on a charge of lunacy. President Cleveland no doubt wishes the would-be-Cabiuct-makers, who are meddling with his a flair could be disposed of in a similar manner. Mr. Cleveland refuses to accept presents sent to him by strangers. A large Newfonndlanddog was express ed to him tho other day, but he sent him back to the donor with a polite note of thanks. The country will be glad to note that tho President-elect will not "go to tho dogs." .Judge Richard 11. Stanton, of Maysville, who has closely examined the tenure of office act, says that those Federal officers who are hold ing by appo...

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. — 5 December 1884

E?.J.0??ij?KI. WilDAY, DECKMBiisu'i' 1884." " TIME TABLE FOE TRAINS. DuriKT 8oiTH-6: a. m.; U:8 x. llKriHT Nobtu S.-44 a:u.; 8:18 p.m. Ahkivi kkom South 8:18 p. u.; 9:80 p.m. . AKB1VH PROM NUKTU 11:80 A. U. UilO P. II. POST OPFICE-Ilrtdge 8t. Open fur letters, stamps 7 A. M. to 6 P. H, . " inonev oritur 1 a. m. to 4 p. m. ," " delivery, Sundays-8:46 to4:14 PJM North Mam St. Open 8 A. Mt to 6 p. if. SOCIALITIES. HEBE AND THERE. . Howe's timo is the city standard Corn is very scarce at $2.50 a barrel A desirably and centrally located cottage with six rooms, for rent for 18S3. Apply hero. A lecture will bo delivered at.Cas ky Grange to-day at 2 o'clock, by Mr. T. A. Thompson. Everybody is invited. Orocerymen should bear in mind that we can turnish them with gro cery bags at city price, and make it to their advantage to deal with us. We were mistaken in stating that the municipal election would be held to-morrow. It is the rccoiuI Satur day in December, which will bo the 13th. Hon. 1. A...

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. — 5 December 1884

NASHVILLE STREET. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. We will furnish the following papers and pe r-o-llcals with the Sixi-Whilt BorTB Ken TOCiiiN at the subjoined cheap rates: Oaily Courier-Journal 112-50 Weekly Courier-Journal f3.U " Louisville Commercial (3.00 armers Home Journal 3-16 1 demon's Magazine 13.60 liodey'a Lady's Book 3.00 New York Weekly Sun (3.10 Daily N. Y. World, 7.50, Semi-weekly " fS.M. Weekly " S."5 DAVID B. HILL The Next Goveunok of New Yokk State. The election of Governor Cleve land, of New York, to the Presidency, makes it neceessary for him to resign his present position some time prev ious to March 4 next. This will make David B. Hill, no v Li uiteuan Governor of the Empire State, its Governor. lie was born in Chemung county, New York, in 1S43. At an eur'y age he manifested great interest in poll tics and gave his allegiance to the Democratic party. In 18(i4 he wa admitted to the Bar in Elmira where he then resided, and of which he has continued to be an ho...

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. — 9 December 1884

cwl-(pitelkl VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, DECEMBER 9, 1884 NUMBER 99 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUt. 6SUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. PvnLisnena and pxopmkiobh. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, strictly cash Id ad vance $2,00 One copy, aix montha f 1,00 Mo subscriptions taken on time and all papera atopiteil when out. One copy free to any one sending us Ave yearly conn subscribers. J. C. Shannahan, IF 4 SHOEMAKER COURT ST., renr Planter Itnnk. All atylea mado at bottom Sguro and flu guaranteed. Jan 1 'M-ly.J HENRY & PAYNE, Altaji ul tatltri at Liw, East alile Main St., over Kelly's Jewelry a tore HOPKINSVILLE, KY. UyJaa l-'M JNUHKW, HKAItUKNT, M. D., 1M1YSICIAX AND SURGEON. OFFICS or WAIN STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPER'S DRUQ STORE. nov.-T-'M-tt. ARTIFICIAL TEETH Inserted in Fifteen minuteii after nat ural onoa are extracted, by II. H. BOT7X12T.E, DENTIST. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Pecf. Jy Campbell & Medley DEUTISTS. NEW BE AUD BHILDI...

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. — 9 December 1884

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1881. CHAS. M. M EACH AM, Editor Francis D. Moulton, tho "Mutual Friend" in thcBoecher-Tilton scandal case, died last week, aged 40 years. Frank Powers. Dcirt., will contest the election of W. H. Wadswortli, Hep., in the Ninth Kentucky District. Congress will adjourn next Satur day to enable members to attend the opening of the New Oilcans Exposj- It is announced that the Blaine scandal libel suit will be pushed to a decision at Indianapolis. It will be called tho 23rd hist. The President's message occupiw a largo part of our space in this is buc It is the last Republican men sago wo will have for somo time ami we adviso all our readers to peruse it. The Stalwarts of New York are holding meetings to settle upon tin' best plan to secure tho election ol President Arthur to the Senate. The President announces that he is not a candidate hut would serve if elected. A Lmisvillu printer had to be car ried to the hospital because his broth er, a man weighing 250 pounds,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
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