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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 9 December 1884

5EMI.mL? S0UT2 ; 2ENTUCK1AN. TUESDAY, ViiiuEMBEir 'J, 1884. HEBE AND THESE, TIME TABLE FOB TEAI1TS. Depart South 6: a.m.; 11:85 a.m. Ihi'abt Nuiitii 1:W a.Hi; 8:18 P.M. Akkivk mux South 8:18 p. h.; 8:80 p. if, AKH1VK KHOM MUKTU 11:80 A. M.J VUO f, II, POST OFFICE Brldgd St. Open for letters, Btiimpa 7 A. M. to 8 p. M. ' 14 money orders 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. " duhvury, Suuduys 8:46 to4:lB P.M. , SOUTHERN EXl'KKSS OFFICE, Nortli Mum St. Open I A. H. to t r. tt. v -. - SOCIALITIES. "Father timo," Kelly's blf town . (lock keeps both tlio Standard unci Sim time. Rev. A. U. Cabauiss was in tho ; city Sunday. Mr. M. AV. Grissani, Is in Cmcln null on business. .'Miss Lou Redd is visiting her sis- er in Clarksvillo. Mr. J. K. Summers, of Cadiz, was ;;.' . . in tbo city Saturday. : . Mr. II. 'C. Roach; of Clarksville, was in tho city Sunday,-, , ) Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sallee, ofBollo .. Wev, wqre I41 the city Monday. ;. .T)'-: .Dr. Jas.RoJiuau made a business :-''P tFrawkfurt last w.eoki .f-'Mt'. C...

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. — 9 December 1884

1 X ran south mmmi NASllVII.I.K BTKKUT. HOPKIXSVILLE KENTUCKY. CLUBL1ST. We will furnish the following papers and pe riodicals with Iho SKJti-WmsKi.v South Kkk Tixm AN:it the aulijolncd chK.i) rntos: aily Courier-Journal f 11.00 tVeckly Courier-Journal . . . . W.2li " Louisville Commercial 13.00 Farmers Home Journal 13.16 rotarson's Magiuino Jll.OO Ho Joy's Lady's Honk W.UO Now York Woolly Sun $8.10 Dully X. Y. World, ".&. Seinl-wock'y " (11.50. Weekly " (2.75. l.tttoU'i Living Age ?'J..'u Toledo llludo Sl.oti mftmmmm BOW TIME PASSES IS PARIS. Yon may talk nbout the marvels ol pneumatio clocks, the convenience oi monster omnibuses, and the rapidity ot communication between one quarter ol Paris and another; but it is no use try ing to show that the Parisians have nc time to spore, and that they are ever in a hurry, Thoy have so much time that they don't know what to do with it. They waste their time like a child wastrs its gayety, or a rich man liis gold. They squander it looking...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 9 December 1884

mma south mmw ,...,.......'...........,..',.. ......... NASIIVII.I.K STREET. HOPKiySVILLTi: KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. Wo will furnish the following papers and pe riodicals with the Skmi-Wbkki.y Soutu Kkk TiiCKUNut the subjoined cheap rato: lally Courier-Journal..' f 12.50 vV"eekly Courier-Journal fS.'lb " Louisville Commercial fli.00 Farmers Home Journal 13.15 !'etersou's Magazino $3.00 tiodcy's Lady's Book $8,110 New York Weekly Sun $3.10 Daily N. Y. World T..W. Scml-wcckiy " 18.50. Weekly " $2.75. I.lttoU's Living Age $0.50 Toledo Made fil.Ou mmmmm nOW TIME PASSES IX PARIS. You may talk about the marvels ol pneumatio clocks, the convenience ol monster omnibuses, and the rapidity o! communication between one quarter of Paris and another; but it is no use try ing to show that the Parisians have nc time to spare, and that they are ever in a hurry. They have so much time that they don't know what to do with it. They waste their time like a child wastes its gayety, or a rich man his gold. Th...

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. — 12 December 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., DECEMBER 42, 1884 NUMBLR 100 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS. ISSUED KVEIIV TUESDAY AN I) FRIDAY UOUNINQ BY MEACHAM & VVILGUS. PVULIS1IERS AND PROPRIETORS. l,W't.',.',uH,1il,lH,,'l,.1i''''il",i'.HV'liiV,ll"w. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Oni copy, ono year, strictly onsh in ad Tanco U,00 One copy, six months $1,00 No subscriptions taken on time and all papers stopped whpn out. One eopfcoeto any one tending us live yearly cash suliscrlbcrs. LOTS - LANDS FOR SALE FOR TAXES. liifiii -THE BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable loiiltn, nuickly and coim.k'U-ljr Curra hvnprplnt JnillKrnttnn, U'rnuurMH luipiire Itloudt it!ttlarl.Cbll.Baucl Fever. MHtl Nrurnlattu It In an uiiitttlinff remedy for Diseases of the Klilurya find Liver. It is luvuliiHlfle fur DfocoM poruliar to WoimiHt and all who leadldenUiry Uvea. It dtMm mt Injure the teeth, chumj Oh die he, or produce cntMLipAtlon oAt Irm mnlieinn do, UvntifheflaiHl purifies t...

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. — 12 December 1884

JP " (wl film VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, DECEMBER 12, 1884 NUMBLR 100 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQU8. .ISSUED EVERY TUEHIUY AND FRIDAY MOUSING BY (MEACHAM & WILGUS. ? PVULIHHEHS AXV PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Ont copy, one year, strictly ciwli In ad- Tance $!,00 One copy, nix months $1,00 No subscriptions taken on time and nil papers ttoppoil wnon out. One coffarueto any yearly cosh subscrilicrs. eliding us hve ',. t'f '. LOIS LANDS FOR SALE FOR TAXES. I RTll lM i y .pswS"'-' i m s U I '-THE s THE BEST TONIC, Tills medicine, combining Iron with pure TOK'tal)le tonics, uufrkly and completely Vurra lTpf U, Jntl(rM.nn, Wmkiifa, 1 mpure Blood jHalariiitt bill and Fever, ml Nrurnl(n. It is hii unfailing remedy for Diseases of the K I ilneyn nntl l.lvrr. It Is luvnJiiriMe fur I'Noow peculiar to Womeo and all who lcadKdciitary lives. It does not injure tlie teeth, cnuw! heudaehcor pivNluce coiiHilpfttiou uthT iron mtiUcmet do. Iteiirichesaiid piirllles the bloo...

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. — 12 December 1884

mmvi squib mot, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1884. CHA8. M. MEACHAM, - Editor Wm. II. Vanderbilt has recovered judgment for $155,000 against Gen. U. S. Grant, of the late firm of Grant & AVard, New York. THAT MOUNTAIN PLAQUE. Dr. J.O.Carson, Who Was Sent Out by the State Board of Health, Gives the Result of His Investigation. The great New Orleans Exposition will bo opened next Tuesday and will remain so six months. The roof of the main building alone covers 33 acres. The South Carolina Legislature re-elected Wtulo Hampton to the United States Senato Tuesday, for six years from next March. The Senate has con firmed the nomi nation of Walter Q. Greshain, of In diana, to bo United States Circuit Judgo of the Seventh Judicial Dis trict. Despite Gov. Cleveland's declara tion that he had as yet given the mutter of his Cabinet no thought, the gossips continue to assert that Thus. F. Bayard and Win. C. Whit ney have been decided upon as two of tlio seven members. Fanny Elssler, the most famous...

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. — 12 December 1884

KIM.! SOUTH 'QHTW. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1884. TIME TABLE FOE TEAINS. Dkpart 8oi'Tn-0:49 a.m.; 11:83 l.M. Dkpaht Nuiitii S:4S a.m.; :Iup. h. Akhivk phum South 8:18 p. m.; 8:80 p.m. Akuivk pkum North 11:110 a. m.; u:10 p. u. roHT urriC'B-BrldgeSt. Open for lottors, stamps 7 A. M. to 6 r. M. " money on loin U t. M. to 4 P. M. delivery, Sundays 8:45 to4:16 P.M. SOUTH HUN KXlMtK.HR OFFICE, North Mum St. Opou 8 A. M. tuS P. M. SOCIALITIES. "Fulher time," Kelly's big town clock keeps both tlio Standard and Sun time. Miss Nellie Long who has been quiet sick, is much belter. Mr. M. 0. Miller, of Pembroke, was in the city this week. Mr. U. L. Glover, of Trenton, was in tho city one day this week. Mr. L. A. Kelly, of Bowling Green, is in the city visiting Mr. O. S. Sto vens. Miss Fort, of Tennessee, attonded the Campbell-Dell wedding Wodncs day. Judge and Mrs. Jus. B. Campbell, (nee Boll) left Wednesday for Fresno City, Cul. Miss Lillio Guim, of Cadiz was in the city Wednesday on her way to Na...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 12 December 1884

IEKHT SOUTH JMKM NASHVILLE BTP.KET. i I OPKI XS VI LLE, K ENTUCK Y. CLUlfLIST Wo will furnish the following payors ami pe r odlcals with the Skmi-Wekkly Suutu Kkk TiiCKiANat the subjoined cheap rates: laily Courier-Journal . . . i 115.50 A'eekly Courier-Jourual W-25 " Louisville Commercial V.OO r armors Homo Journal W.16 I'ctorson's Magaaine WO Uodey's Lady's Book W. Now York Weekly Sun S.tO Unity X. Y. World, I'.SO. Bemi-week'y " Weekly " &" Mttoll's Living Age fl'-SO Toledo lllm'e JVn, . s OurLatest Distinguished Visitor. . Hsv. Mother Mary Frances Clare. The Xux ok Kf.nm.mib. The people of the United Slates noriliuHy wlcotne to these kIioi'cb the Huv. Mother Mary FYam-uH Clare, wlio comes on a philanthropic mission. J ler name lias been known to Ilium Ion"; as that of a woman who devotes bur life to doing pood. Bhe comes among a people who appreciate the efforts of Christian charity. Miss Cusuck entered the religious life twenty-five years ago. She has become dielinuuished du...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 12 December 1884

-fflMT SQUT3 MI1CEIE NASHVILLE 8TKKKT. ilOrKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 'cTujTlisl. We will furnish the following papers ami pe r odicalswith the Sbhi-Wekklv Soutu Kkk- TiicKtiN at tho Hiilijotned cheap rates: Daily Cuuricr-Joiirnnl. . . Weekly Courier-Journal Louisville Commercial t armers Homo Journal - reteraon's Magazine tfodey's Lady's U.iok New York Weekly Sun. Daily X. V. Worlil, ... Semi-week'y " Weekly Littoll's Living Age Toleilo Mine ,...1S.50 $3.S5 . ...3.0O .... $3.15 fS.OO J8.tl0 J.3.10 ,'..". 7.SQ. , :i.5U. IJ.IS. '.).!0 ISM Kir. OurLatest Distinguished Visitor. Est.. Mother Mary Frances Clare. Tub Nun ok Ken mams. The people of the United States conliitHy wlcoino to tlinso shores the Huv. Mother Mary Frant'UH Clare, who conies on a philanthropic mission. J ler inline has been known to tliem long as that of a woman who devotes her life to doing good. She comes among a people who appreciate the efforts of Christian charity. Miss C11 sack entered the religions life twenty-five ...

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. — 16 December 1884

VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, DECEMBER 46, 1884 NUMBER 101 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. ISSUED W. A. WILQUS. FRIDAY EVEHY TUESDAY AND MOltNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. PUBLISHERS AND PBOPBIEIOBS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, strictly cosh In ad vance 11,00 One oopy.il x montlu (1,00 Mo subscriptions taken on time and all papers topped when out. On eopjr free to any on tending tullve yearly canh ubwrllwrs. The Bad Boy. iiffiiis lU I I I 11 I I i -THE BEST TONIC. ? ThU medicine, combining Imn with pure Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely ('nrea llTaprpsIa, ladlse-tlan. Wrnltaeaa, Impure Blood, Mj.lu1a,ChlUs and Fevers, mm Nearmlnla. It li an uufalllnr remedy for Diseases of tb KMaevs and l.lver. It Is Invaluable fur Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It luc not Injure the teeth, cause headuche,or produce consliiation othn Irm meitlrittft do. Hcniichesand purlflet the blood, stimulates the appetite, aid the assimilation of food, re lieves...

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. — 16 December 1884

Jp0th QiO ri VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, DECEMBER 46, 4884 NUMBER 404 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQU8. ISSUED EVEItY TUESDAY AND FUIDAY KOItNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. evBhiantcua and pkopbietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ona oopy, one year, atrictly oaab In ad vance 1,00 On oopy, alx montlia f 1,00 Mo subscription taken on time and all paper topped when out. One oopy free to any one aendlng a Ire yearly eaab eubacrtberi. llffill - ri -j n The Bad Boy. -THE BEST TONIC, ? Thto medicine, oombtnlng Iron with pure Vegetable ton lit, quickly and completely 'rr UralM-paln, ladlgeallon, Wmliiins, Impure Blood, .Ulu'la,Calllaud PcTen, d Nraralgilau It Ii an uutuillnr remedy for Dlaeaae of the HMarra and l.tvrr. It In invaluable for Disease perullar to Voimb, and all who lead sedentary Uvea. It docs not Injure the teeth, cause headache,or produce rtnmlnillon athn Iron mtitiaHri do. Itcnricheaand purities the blood, stlraulatea the appetite, alda the amimllatlon of food, re lieve...

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. — 16 December 1884

mma mil mmw, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1884. CHA8. M. H EACH AM, ... Editor There are 674 cases of "Betsy and I are out" now pending in the courts of Chicago. At the recent election a negro was elected sheriff of a Florida county on the Democratic ticket. Siberia with a population of 4,000, 000 has only five newspapers two dailies, two monthlies and one bi monthly. Applicants for office had better have shields of metal made in the bjsoiiH of their pantaloons. Gov. Cleveland has ordered a pair of $'10 boots. During the New Orleans Exposi tion, Currier's band, of Cincinnati, ol lifty pieces will furnish the music, for which they will receive 152.400 The Democrats of Diveuparl, Iowa, have sent a leather medal to Dr. liur cliard. It bears the inscriptions: 'Hum Romanism and Rebellion," and "Presented by a grateful feeling." The Continental Conference of Methodists at Baltimore lust week was largely attended by tho leading men of tho denomination from all over the country. Senator Vest is li...

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. — 16 December 1884

mwa south warn . TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1884. TI1S TABLE FOB TEAINS. Dkpart 8opth-:45 a. m.;11:8S a.m. Ikpaht Nobth i:4S a.m.; 8:18 P. H. Ahkivk pbom Koiith 3:18 p. M.; 8:80 r. M. AHHIVI CHUM MUHTU 11:UU A. M.j V:10 ft 11. POST OFFICE Bridge St. Opon for letters, stamps 7 A. u. to 6 p. M. " " money onion 4 A. M. to 4 p. II. " " delivery, Sundays 8:46 t4:li r.M. SOUTHERN EXI'KESS OFFICE, North Maiu St. Open 8 A. M. to 5 p. M. SOCIALITIES. "Fathor Unto," Kelly's big town clock keeps both the Standard ami Sun tiiuu Mf. M. W. Grissam has rctunied from Cincinnati. Mr. W. A. Wllgus left yesterday for a business trip to Nashville. Mr. T. 15. Buibrldgo returned Sut urday from a visit to Bowling Greeu. Mrs. W. II. Elgin left yesterday on a visit to friends in upper Kentucky. Dr. Jus. ltodniaii returned a few days since from a business trip to Fruukfurt. Mr. Win. Boyd, lato of Wall onia, has '. accepted the position of clerk at the I'hasnix Hotel. Mr. W. A. Long, after being absent from the ci...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 16 December 1884

ssn soma mmw, NASHVILLE STREET. UOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, CLUBLIST. We will furnish the following papers and pe r rdicals with tho Skmi-Wbkkly South Kbn tucki an at the subjoined cheap rates: O.tily Courier-Journal 1S-M Weekly Courier-Journal.... 13.25 " Louisville Commnruial f3M farmers Home Journal I3-6 1 ctorson's Magaiiuo f3-00 Uodey'a Lady's Hook s-60 New York Weekly Sun 3-10 Daily N. Y. World, 's9- Semi-weekly " '3-50- Weekly " 5-"5- Llttoll's Living Ags "J-5U Toledo Blade 3-00 J MAPLE MOLASSES STOUT MX ALVBED SAOK LAUOHTXH. t love you ! 'Us the neatest way to tell . The story old as Eden's bo wen; I know tha sting of Cupid's spear too well, For I have loved for several hours. Ah I this " I love you I" is the message West, 'Mid worldly clatter in the ears, For on earth's page the fairest words, at best, Are blotted o'or with sodium-chloride tears. Why dost I love you? Who really could sayT Why do I breathe the vital alrf Why do I think of yon when I don't pray? Bow doth love mak...

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. — 19 December 1884

nut ktmt VOLUME VI. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., DECEMBER d9. 1884 NUMBER 102 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. ,W. A.WILQU8. ISSUED EVEIIY TUESDAY ANl FlllUAY MORNING tY MEACHAM & VVILGUS. evBLiaasna and rxopniETORtt' SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One oopy, one year, strictly cash In ad Tance ..S,00 One copy, tlx months tl.OO No suWr.rlptlons taken on time and all paper itopiied when out. One copy free to any one aendlng uaflve yearly cash iubsorlbera. llfflii I - r-- - i-i w o B TOWN LOIS LANDS FOR SALE FOE TAXES. THE EST TONIC. ? This medicine, combining Iron with pure TKfUble tonics, quickly and coutnlrU;! t'ures Vrurpmn In digest Ion WrnKHewtt lwpare ITloodt Alftliuinit'bllliftudl'evcrst ana NrnraJaliu It linn unHtlinsr remedy for Diseases of tbe Hlilarys aAd iJver. It U invahisMe fur PI wanes peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. 1 1 ila not Injure the tot h, rauw hetidnrhe.or tonxlm-rf runtluitton oUtrr Jrm mnlicmfnto. Itenrichesand purifies IheMnod.ntlnuilHtes the appetite, ...

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. — 19 December 1884

IBM! SOUTH WMW FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1884- CUAS. M. MKACHAM, Editor. Paducah has new waterworks un der process of construction. Congress will adjourn to-morrow and will take a holiday recess until Jan. 5th. President Arthur has appointed B P. Carpenter, of Poughkecnsie, N. Y., to bo Governor of Montana. TAKES WATER. THE PLUMED-KNIGHT NO LON GER DESIBINQ TO PROTECT THE "HONOR OP HI3 ' FAMILY" Withdraws his Libel Suit Against the Indianapolis Sentinel, He was Afraid he Couldn't get a Pair f rial. . The Georgia Legislature has ad joumed. The members wound up the session by singing "The Sweet By and By." Blaine has dismissed his libel suit against the Indianapolis Sentinel. Perhaps he. didn't know that the Sen tiuol was loaded when ho brought the suit. Thb end of the world is predicted for Jail. 5. There is tome mistake. It is the Republican party that will end, but the affair is expected to come off a couple of months later- March 5th. Chicago boasts of 674 divorce catcs pending and Phi...

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. — 19 December 1884

S5HH mm FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1884. TIME TABLE FOE TRAINS. Dkpakt South 0:45 i.M.;Il:85 a.m. Dki-akt Noktu i-M a.m.; 11:13 p.m. Ahkivk vkum South 3:18 1. m.; 8:S0 p. m. Auhivk rvuv .NuBiii 11:30 a. M.; u:iu r. M. POST OFFICE Bridge St. Open (or letter, stumps! A, M. to 0 P. M. " ' money orders a A. M. to p. M. " " delivery, Sundays 11:44 to4:lr.M. SOUTIIEltN KXl'ltKSS OFFICE, North Mam at. Open 8 A. M. tot P. M. SOCIALITIES. "Father timo," Kelly's big town clock keeps both the Standard anil Sua time.. Mr. Jno. II. Myers, of Croflon, was in the city yesterday. Mr. J. M. Cabell, representing Miirrcll, Cabell & Co., Louisville, is in tho city. Mr. Miuhacl Abbott, a prominent young man of Clarksvillo, was in tho city this week. Mr. Jno W. Landrum, of Cinein nutl, was in the city the first of the week, returning from a business trip to Trigg county. Mr. Henry T. Bard, late of Fulton, Ky., has moved to tho city and will engage in business hero next year- He lias rented Mrs. Galbreath's...

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. — 19 December 1884

NASHVILLE STREET. ' KENTUCKY. I'OCIXWILLE , : CLUBLIST. ' ' We will furnish tlie following paper, an pa- " r. H....OnitvU It V M . r "licaia wun me ami-w ..j)ffft": tuocian t the subjoined cheap iwtos: .Daily Courier-Journal Weekly Courier-Journal.. ..... Louisville Commercial farmers Home Journal I'cteraon'a Magazine ' Uodey's Lady'. Book.... Now York Weekly Sun. . Dally N. Y. World, ..... Semi-week,1? " Weekly . " Llttell'S Living Age Toledo Blade .112,60 ..fS.25 .-. .I3.M .; (3.u .8.0 ... r.'M (3.60 ...8.10 ...P.BO. ..'.$8.50. -.',. .-...w.oo hight of five hundred and fifty -five ft., and can be seen from any portion of the city. They were busy to dtiy tearing up" the railroad track which liad.bcen used since the beginning for currying stone. From hero I had next to view tho Smithsonian Insti tute which I visited and consider that I was well repaid for my visit. The Smithsonian Institute is known throggb .the world for its researches, its publications, its collection lid distribu...

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. — 23 December 1884

.11- H A A Gil v. -VOLUME VI. - . HOPKINS V I LLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY-DECEjaisk NUMBLH 103 , CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS v 3 . ' -. laui'm I? T fr M Hit Pi T i W Lvn c-mrw .f'Tt"' ftr ff AM II A MIM I A1IA .y. , publish: aa, .' PROPBiExoay. ' SUBSCRIPTION''" RATES. ' ' Ont copy, aiie your, mrletly cah In ad- .- ; ...:.. -4:' Jg'tivc'WKIx owtitlie .y. .' . ...',.1,00 ''''' 8!"'l!pUo$'8: Umelaud U papers "l7;.'VH'l'wUonou,t. ' ' ii?A''v,v . , ; M , " oly , free to' Any ne '. eemtinir, ni J ve i', " yearly emli SnusnrlDera. 'f ' fcfc,' - w - z i m rn K THE BEST TONIC. ? mftdlctne( oomblnlng Iron wllh pure 'TwrUM timlMi ,iilrkly nd romnletfly t'um lrpriln, Jnaifriilliin, ruhnVH, I ninnr Hlood, ,1llarl,l hill and htrtn. nd Nr-aralif In liUn uiitnlllntivmcdy for DlKOMsoftue Klilurrn nd litvfr. - It l InVnlimlile fur PIuchim ppniliiir to . Woirifin, and all who It-nil wltntry live - . t iiatjninuimiurvuiriuria.rantt'iieiintM'iic.or ; pnliice r.illillmi oihrr Iron mntmmntu. i . ' Itenrl...

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. — 23 December 1884

IBM! IT! STORM TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 18S1. CUA8, H. M BACH AM, - The House has passed a bill to cre ate a department of Agriculture. It Rhould pass the Sonate and become a . law. Jno. B. Weber, who succeeded Cleveland as elieriffof Erio County, New York, lias just been elected to Congress. Forty oyster lisliers were drowned in the happahauiiock river last wcok by the capsizing of their boats.a sudden storm. Most of them were- colored men. , 11 ! frr ; S -lift. Bates, thfi crank who carried t ie United BfitTes flag air over the .Tri.l'oor-iieaTth aii(liWie iwlnt oT starvation at his i tumioht Saybrook, Illinois. . i f ' fcwM ' Washington's 'birthday . (Fob. 22) will come on Sunder' iiext year and the dedication of' the Washington Monument will take place 611 the Win. M. Evai ts bus declared him ' soil a candidate for Senator from i-;.Ifew York and it imiy he that l.e . will be accepted by both the Blaij.e ; and Arthur factions as a compromise candidate. President Cleveland may not tu...

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