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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 March 1881

tHE SOUTH. KENTUCKIAN. THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. r 1 6 II. MKACUAU. IUuku Kvtnr W. A. WtLOUBl TUBslUT. UOUJONq - i , - i MEACHAM & WILGUS. i'vllilSliuHi tlXB PBOPMIKTOltl. BVBSCRITioif RATES liar er.tiv.nae ,ear, lu adtknco 00 Oeccnpy, !. noiitllt .. ISO j:,o cupv Kt m ail J bin leading u lea ffcxrlfeksh'euliairllwrr. ti.Z'ik m i-- ---":'iC-U-iJ.,i , nOPfttisTlLLti ( - BUY it UENItY, Hopper Block, opposite Court IUum. r - 1 CAUI'liri.l, l.llTHKIl,MnhVetlwt. op posite IMaalher'e, llauk. . x YtaBBT rKttlll'WS, Mala street, eppo- . alia flaulara' Uaak. t A.SVH HKttT, nonpar Bloot, ovor Phelps poWMKR, Attorney at Law, odea with TctitM l.lttrll. BUIK ABBO., Mala auoefc ovor Header eon's w wn. '. JaT. TlUKAluITT, Hopper Block, opposite pkelpeAaoaa. vv. i'sKKKK MuCABKULL, Mala Btreil, eiiuoett Hauler Uaak. LANOKSB CLARK, Mala street, opposite Heeler's Bank. . , TuaB 0. BBAKIlKU, Attorney at l-aw, a) Mala street, opo. ' lanter-e Bank . FEED and SALE S TABLE, Ou Bridge St., near Priaoetok Br...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 March 1881

HE SOUTH KEHTUCXWMi ClUS. M . 1 K AO H A I, Kl I TO tt. UOrSSSYILLE.MAR. 15, 1881.. The sew Senator from "Maine wf.s selected trom tlie rniall "Frvc." U?ovr lltat.llio new admliiisjnyljnn lias been startod, It would bo a good Hca to give politics a lost furiiwliUo. A life size ponmit of Mrs. Unyes lms been presented to Oon. Gnrfiold mid il hu been placed in, tbe Wliile House. "' : , i"' ' Frye,' of Maine, lias Lceii elected, to ,j tlie vacancy in ,llio 17. ;.S- bennte mused by tlio resignation: 61 Secre tary Maine' "l" ""-"!- MraMwanwuamwaa I'' ''"'' Tlie I)aniIlTribnno,says nal it rollgions paper, Tlie liiimor u( llie statement can only be appreciated by tliose who rend tlio THfttoie.' " ' '' BBBKaawwaMrarMnaa1'"'1''' 1,1 rresidont. Garfield. klsscA.lJs. wife liia own wife bofore ttio multitude nt the inangnratlon.'. Conkling must have felt himself severely rebuked. '.'1 The only business dono iu the' Sen ate March.7j.li was;.(o sweep-hi little Maliono the Virginia, "what Uill" JIn...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 March 1881

i. - "V J- 1 f ' .1 N '1 THE SOUTH- KENTUCKY. IKDPKINaVlLLB, MAR. 15, 1881 . SOCIALITIES. Prof, ltusl went to Ruiicllvillo last week. l.'vJ.!. i:S Mrs. A.' G. Dick has returned (o .Louiitiiitvx. . ,; r u Mr. V. E. ICagsdulo went to Evans Villo Sunday ; .y, " : " ! Mr. Thoinat Rodman lms recovered from nn adacV of toindllilt. .,-.'.; ' ..... - . j Mr. B. Kv Ttulo Is absent In Trias county, on business this week. '(.; Mr. David Fraukel toft for Loul vllle SuudKyV '. J ; . ' ,, ', : . ftcv. U. II. Ttuckley wa the guest or I'roli Cuft Sunday. ... . .. .... Mr. T. .1. Mcn'rld-, ol Cadi, paid a living vl.lt lo the city, last week. " Mr. J. Wallace WarAold returned last week Irom Texan, Mr. J. A. Taylor, of l,Hilsvtllo, Is pending tliU week las the city, ' " Mr, TV. II, Polton returned yoster-slayjfrom-.. a business trip to Owens- 8 boro. - ' . '. - . , ... . Mr. Smith, .iliorlfl" of Oldo county, was In tlic oily Saturday and paid us A call. Vt V '- Miss Mary- Drake, of Pembroke, was , gue...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 15 March 1881

HE SOUTH KENTUCK1AK. ' mcX: Hri4ge St M. Malm ami Mitt 110PK1NSVILM KY. EZCEANCtfi ' fcCtNTBlAfiOJIS, "'i.' J- ' -r. I'M-;' Gen, Cofley, tlio Britrnh Gcnaral, was lWreil to death a bullet koied Lis Load. Lexington Press. Many a yoittig hisa ' tvlio 'wa.- too It igb toned ta learn a trad ha ttam compelled to do so at the expease of the SUte. Argus. A lmman body foalcoliol. pmr: io preserTeil for centuries?' but outsitle of alcohol it won t seep mora tliAn about a quarter of a ceuUry. -f Ditkoe. A certain Newnoit old girl says the m auls to "marrv a hiistinnil." She would jiiifl it safer to ruarrj .ornorra-' tnnrried man and make a hufcbaurl'otit of bin! afterwnnl. Start-Jbninar.u ' A contemnorary av tliat "Root Lincoln lias i.iuherited ,.lits father.' stern integrity." II vw doe it know tliat? Does, .Robert .wear,. a rouud about? Breckeuriilge News. -.. y The man who baa a Winter oh his side lor a pain in -his-.-ehest doesn't need times bcd-clotbihg. He already lias a. surplus 'of. c...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 March 1881

THE SOUTH. KENTUCKIAN. Tr1 SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. w. a. wimiub. TUSoXl UORKINQ MV MEACHAM & WILGUS. iVtiLIHHKHS AND PROPUIKTOItf, , SUBSCRIPTION RATES- i (in cnpy.nno oar. In ftlvuoi It M 0ccoy, ftont-ht . ......a-..,.; IW Jiie coir 'kti to iny au twmllog ui ten nOPRWSVILLE s ' business directory. TJOTH A IIKNUY, Uoijor Biook, oppoello aU -.ohm uouta. , i r' flAMI'UkM. OAITHKII, llulo etreet.op- V poena l'KbUIr's DHIiB. ! 's V, TTIRHY VKIH5USON, Mala Str-MI, oppo- AA ell ill I'lanUM.' ilauk. T A. BTPBItT, noi.por Block, orer Vtwlpi JU a aou. j. . JW POWNtSIl, Attorney at offlc with Palm a-tlittejl, :,, ' , '. 13".. K HRU.. Mala Street, orar lleudor. aon'e bw eiora. T1 MIIKi TlltTT, Hupiwr Jllyxk, opiolta u r I'helpaAt-oue. TrrlNrKKK Moi AKItUl.L, Mala SU-Ml, II puoalui I'lanlere 1'aut. IANPK4 CLARK. Mala lUftoV, ipll j I'lanler'a Bank. " tv j ,J .' ; j J OA 9 IV llUMillKK. Aturn.y t Law, Alain Krl.ojp. IMenhir's Bank.- ' TtKLAVI ft CKBHtE. ftreot, Tr A K.c A utaaore .a euira. Br. KAV...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 March 1881

Tilt SOUTH KENfUCKlAtt. Cuah. M. Miacham.Editor. UOPiSlNS VILLE, MAR. 22, 18S1. It Is now pretty certain that nn extra session of Congress will be called about May 15th. No child, tho tieven men who con stitute the President's Cabinet arc not "Tho seven wise mon." Another great malt has been assas filiated hi the sireet. ; As Polk John son would say, wo are gettiug so we are really afraid to venture out of doors. . Dlttoo who bus probably tried it, says, ' A hoe buttoner won't unlock the front door of a fellow's resideuce lute at night or any other timo. Mahone lias succeeded Bernhardt its tin object of natioual interest For oniu lime it kuid bee generally un derstood among Re.inbliuavts that the lleadjustcr bad been bought but Dem ocrats continued to ' hope that they did not have-a traitor lu their camp, lie has however come squarely out nnd autlouucRd his Intentlou of vot ing Jvith tike Republican party in the future. .The Seunte has bj hjs vote been organized with Republican comm...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 March 1881

THE SOUTH- KENTUCK1AH. HOrKlNSVILLE, MAR. 22, 1881 - SOCIALITIES. . Mr. F rank T. Stioot, of Cadiz, was in llioclty Friday. ' Mr. Jolm C. Ilerudon, ol Louis " Tlllo, li at llio ruoeulx. Mr. Bxo, of Cincinnati, li visiting Jior brullicr Mr. M. Llpstlue, w. t I... t? A Mr. six. uftin uue guim ano fcu purchase a new slock of eprintf goous lor hla new cash store. - Another entertainment will beglv. co at Ueiliot Female College tome time Ih April. Mr. B. Itoscnbiiiim retni-neil Thursday from a trip East, whither ho woiil to purohrae spring aooils. Mr. John L. Stroot ofCadix, passed through the city Monday, eu route East to purchase bin spring stock. Mr. Reynolds, of Mulilouborg Co. wkt at tho college oq a visit 10 his daiiKhtcr last week. Bishop Dudley It In the city and will lonve to-day for Princeton, no coinpnulod by Rev. Cliaa. Morris. Mr. Jno. V. Pavne returned Suliir d ay from Nashville, tvhllliprho had been In the Interest o( tho Kcu Era. Mr. J. . Summer, of Cadi, wai , tho guest ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 22 March 1881

HE SOUTH KENTiMIAH. FFICEi Krtrfffe St., W. Main and Jtlrw . HOFKlKSVILLE. KY. EzesiirsE' ssijt'tilUtio'nS.; ' i' .'i" ''T-'Tl '-, ' ";!' . No, cl ilij; Mr. IIaycs,didn't strike - fur higlwr wagos; lie btruck fur liuuie. fDitton. . "Every rhymester who measures If font in ! is stockings i.i not necessarily a Longfellow. Breckeiiridge'News At Cairotho other dav, Mr. .T.ilin Catter married Miss Jsa "Waiil.'.'Ylit . a catterwanling there H be m then li'inae in llio course of ft. year or', two, i "Wliora .can we trust?" ' is' the hlack type inquiry of an exchango it is ol no consequence " Whom can 5' i.. I .1 A.... L. .. .Ql i ' .L.. - ...1 tve iimucc to trust us;.-; parue suiu ' i.'gonizer.-.Ex'ri- '. Hi "? Webster Ray,'bae"''rH'8TW .the bottom 0! anything, . atrx Webster is partially mistake .n. A bo bottom or a )iair ol breeches are btato Journal. 1 not iu.,J)ase,r- y, VMM 'Hi If Davit Davis and1 Mabone -work together as ludopendouts, pome peo ple wilt be reminded xf tlio 0011 plot :...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 March 1881

THE SOUTH. KENTUCKIAN. 0 X'. MEACIlAX. '.. W. A. Wlt.OUS, . H-SUISD "HVt-UT TIJBSDAT UOltNINQ - M EACH AM & WILGUS. runusunns and ruormeroiti. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. tV.e ooiiy.nne ear. In advent. $1 On . OsCCOIty, Aflulha .. , ... 1 (10 J.io ouf sr.s to any ous sending lutou - jjany cam suosu rivers D0PR1NSTILLR. 'BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1331. : 7l)Yl ft IIKNlti', lloppor llluck, Oiioilto j uuir unu.0. pAMI'llKM. (U ITII It II, Main street, op V ' poslte .'(author's Hank. TTlUnt rKniilUMW, Mala street, oppo . ILL . situ Planter.' llauk. T A.HTPKItT, Hopper Block,-ogror Pbr-lpt i i. . ma. T W IHIWNRIL Attorney at UW, oOoo u wim roueo ..men. 1 iJITIIt HRO., Vain Street, oror Homier XJ son's new atura. J AS. IIIIKATIIITT, Hopper Uloek, eppotite .'helps A Sons.' 'UrlNFKKK Mm .VUIlOl.l, Alain Street, M,io.lte Planters hank. t Anr. clark; Hain nureei, oppottte 1 Planlrr'a llnnk. J oab v. nu Mala street,' ASflKK. Attorney at Law, street, vpp. i'laatcr's Hank : puLANIl A SMJUKK. Meli street, ...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 March 1881

THE SOUTH: KENTUCKIAN. Cha. M. Mkacham, Editor. UOPS1NSV1LLE.MAR.29, 1881. A boy at Louisville swallowed silvor quarter one day and died the next. Death tfuve him no quarter. Zeno Young advises those who Jcel a fit of spring poetry coming on to bathe thuir heads aud tako some lills. Vice President Arlliutt has two children and say he has no Idea of ever marrying again. Than, he dif fers from Coukling iu one respect at least, ' Camuboll. of the Chronicle. adver Uses for somebody to sew on buttons and darsocks for ua small family." Shake, pard, shake, out Isn't that rather a public way to address the dear creatures. Sergeant Juo. C. Moore, a cavalry officer in the recruiting service, sta tioned at Cincinnati, dropped dead one night last week while waltzing at ball with a young lady. Moore capital for the preachers. The wind took a Ile.idorson man's hat from his baad and carried It sky wards, aud the owner advertised for the lost articlo In the Newt of last week. Does Brother Harrison'...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 March 1881

THE SOUTH KEN TUCKIAN. IKDPKINSVILLE, MAR, 29, 1881 SOCIALITIES. Bryan Ilofipef made hU regular trip to New Provldeuce laat Sunday, Mils Emma Ulnsa returned last week from sit extended visit 10 P dncali friend. Mr. Harry M. Clark, agent for Uncle Tom's Cabin, was In tho city Thursday lut. Mr. Chas. L. Wood and children of Evinivllle, were at the Pboeulx Sunday on a visit. Mi9 Molllo West an accomplished young lady of Nashville, Tenu., 1 Visiting Jllsi Fannie Fox. Capt. 8am. M. Gainei wa absent from the city !ait week on an election eerliig tour in the third district. MlM Minnie - Lauder roturned Frl day from a visit of sonio week to Min Emma DIcklnsou at Troulon. Mrs. Sallle Henry, of. tlopklnrfllo. Is in town, Ihofiiojt or Mm. Jas. r , Hlpy. Lawrcnceburg New. Mr. Waller Garnett ha moved to the collage on NmUvlIlo, opposite Clarksville slrcet. Mr. M. Haaa, of the New lYork tore will be married next Mondaylo Mis Kebeco Schwab, of Ciiiolnuali Mis Fannie Smith and Mrs Annie Tolbert, oi...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 29 March 1881

any.'1-"' HE SOUTH KENTl'CXIAN. OFFICE! Itrttlge M. Main nnd Elw ,' IIOfKINSVILLE KY. EZCHANG3 SCINTILLATIONS' Tims is tlio Reason of the year to ' imizisle your dogs. The gun muzzle is the best. tjlasgow Times. i no otncr (lav a voMncr roan, m lolling us of his tn'.her's death, wound . nr liv Ravinc."Givo him a (food naff." UUtoe. The man wlio sits down on a Vni pin may S told it's all a joke, but you can't make him see the point to save your life. Glasgow Times. A Michigan man has liail sjx wives'. sli'of whom were nczrosses. He pro- ' ferrou wives of that race. He was of that race himself. Louisville Post. I wouldn't have loft, but the peo ple kinder egged me on," said a mnn who was asked why he left his Kan pas home in a hurry, Paducah En terprise.. . ' ,. . , The man whose business, for the past five or nix weeks, lias called him to travel over the dirt roads of the . county, lias certainly had a soft thing of it. Glasgow Times. . . -Now let Virginia hanfr her head J' ' - , For...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 April 1881

, THE SOUTH. KENTUCftAN. THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. 'I jki: )''' 1'; 4 -re 0 XvAJAOHiHo! li, A. Wll.OCS. iueuuicviaif "TnEsoAt uoitNirfa MEACHAM & WILGUS. rvni.inuBiin Ann pbophiistoki li (Inti-oiiv.ono wr,llloilvBHO.i.. ..:..(. J no 0-icouy, f Auuths ! .?.-;' 1 00 Jun enpr Hvs to any one sending lu teu jajlfU cash auliscrlbers. a--,, -r-t.. . l. J -I -- - U -li.. -U- -1 ' " norriiNsviLLE 'BUSINESSpDlRECTORY, i.l.i t 1 ; y.'i 7 LAW VERS?' BUY il .t HUSKY, lluppor Blwk, oihMo Court llimra. ' iiAMI'liKM. a il Kit, Main atrv-ebc op. TTAItHV KKlllirSON, Mala tlrtot,oppo - " - U. , silo I'lanier1 Bauk. L. A. CYl'KttT, Hosier Hlock, ovor I'helpi A Sou. . r. I- W DOWSKIU Attorney at Law, oBco wltf rotrM!4Uelk , , '., 1)(HK HID)., Slela Street, ofcr Hendcr- 1 J SOU'S UeW MOW. , "VI. KltKATIIITf, ll'opiwr Uloik,OUo'itl U rinlpaftSons. Wixi'TtKii "io(.uiuol.l, Mln street, tl ,.i).no PlauWVsllnnk. " ' .) ; , , r -ti r' - 1 ' " - ' ' t LANDK.S ( I.Alt R, Main street, oyiattc IMantos'e-tlaiik.- -...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 April 1881

4 i 1 7. ! f ! i i t: ! ? I f ; i 'i l ; ! 5 f 3 ' il SOUTH KERTUCXIAN. w. X. J. a i&sfing, ana iu- '- Om: M,' Metro, Eint. H0P51XSYJLLE, A?R, 5. 1881. The Tennessee Logfolatnre has passed a bill to settle the state debt i st par with 3 per cent, interest, j The klasgoiv Times mentions 1 rnt-nstroplre in the ttay of the death ufa nineteen year old cat in that comity. .... . , :;i ; Ma; 18 It has beet deemed proper to hold another mooting at the Western Ken tucky Press Association, anil affect a more complete aud perinanoiit-orifKii izatioii before the Kentucky Press Association meets. - The Keeling nt Madisonvillo was ik largely attend ed bnt the good accomplished Is Tory apparent to the publishers of papers represented..; The ' members have stood by the resolutions adopted, and after having tried litem, are desirous of holding another meeting and se curing the co-operation of all of the Di'ess of Western Kentucky. . Anoth- Mlssouri Is considering a bill to prevent minors marryi...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 April 1881

I -r .' .0 THE SOUTH. KENTUCXI AH. HJi'KUH ViLLK, .APR. 6, 1881 ..,-..-...'. M3I1LITIS3. Mr. M. 3. Thompson, of Cadiz, wo In the cllp6alurilay. Mr. II. E. McRouerts, of Trenton, was at tlio I'lionnix Sun.lny. lion. .Tno. Poland haa returned from Walitnirton, whither he went wine days iliiuo. , MIm Lizzie Leavell revlslli our city (hi week lo tlio delight of ber liluny frtuudi. ' . MIm. Minnie Bell . returned last week frtfln monlh'i vlnlt to relative Kt Uilnt.ni. Ky. MIm Mauche Thomas, of Pembroke) liin last veek with her elstor, Mrs. J. W McClmmlmn. . llr. AY. A. NiolirtK prominent merchant ol Crefton, vrai In the oily .. yesterday mid paid ui citll. . . Mr. J. I). RiiMell mid children, of llnpkiusville. are flailing rolativos In i.ikioii. iiicgKtcr. MIm Molllo West relumed home Id NmIivUIo Thursday, after a pi cm nt visit to Miss Pannls Foe. Miss AVhHIock, who was hurt In the mill itl Trenton, it getting along woll M could be expected. Mr. Henry Pya, of Logan county, lit Uken a po...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 5 April 1881

h ,0 f "4 ! I -'I . a "4 L 1 HE SOUTH KERTUCKIAH. OFFICK: Brtdw Sr., krl. JfaiH and Jtin 1IOFKINSVIXLE KY. Niliil ? to Homo purpose in St. jTWrtiburg Sunday of lu4' vVeck.-- Ben Hill, tip ltisi hatv.nnil sings. "We ll never meet at Heaven s gate, . sweet Bill JLilioiie." Tjbacco Leaf. Tha litrtloclc ;i alwsjrr nnirviunp to a man iusirlu a house Svrtk'li is be ing stopcd by a hhJ.--fGlasgoiv Timos. ' i. The parson bune Folly Combinatiou antt an in-i toiuul revenue collectornbip. Mat thew vi., 24. Uiuello. VJtf t' , lrZT'""' It was tha wicked Buffalo, kxp-ess, dinl not Eilixon, which suggested that the White Uinie,ig.uotv .illiuuiiuUgil by a Ciniiilteflit'ei-if lMk JoUusoo.1 1 Years ago tho only way New Eng lnudevs could be got to kiss their own wives was to pass a law" declaring'' it wicked to kiss them on Suuday. f Ureal West. ' 0 A' nwTMAw.T XottKoJ),i for" xA taciiiiig daieu .uouesiy, was urougm beloru a Frankfort jury. It would kave been something altogether uu '" liesnt ef if Mo...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 12 April 1881

THE SOUTH KENTUCKlAH. a 1-; THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAN. tJ X. MrUCIUM. W. A. WILOU8. HallCD KVkBV TUESDAY. UOUSINQ -.-y M EACH AM & WILGUS. tVBhlSUKKS ASH PKOfKiHtOHI. stjbscriMiok rates. flaenony.nne 'ear, In ativauce , It 00 One ropy, al aoiitua ,- , un, 1 W Jna copy Vhkii to any one tundlug uatcu jeariv ca.ll euuaunuurvi i I.L.. i.J-..'.'L.'.U-H.I IIOPKINSVILUS 'BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1881. V' ' ' ""Lawyrrh?"' IYH HKNKlv IIOiMr lllotrk, oppoelte uwrt iiiiuho. 9 iiAUI'IIKI.I. U MTU Kit, Unin atrot,op i poattv riiiatlior'a llauk. TTAIIHV rKIUII'miN, Mala alroet,oppo. AJL alio ri 1'lmtvn' Uaua. LA.SVPRK.T, Hopper Bhw, stor rtaelpa Mil. Jv noWNRlb Attorney at Law, omeo vlthl'otrao Uttell. . . 1I)IK II HD., ilala street, oyer llowlcr a' ne aiore. J A. 11IIKATIIITT, llcKnr lltvnk, .npoalte I'helpa Jk aima. isVliKK Mw Allltol.l, Main Struct, epooalle I'lautere Uaiik LAMlKK A :l,AKK, Mum street, oppoelte Heater's Hunk. J OAR 1 DKAHIIKIt, Attorney IU(, Mala atroel, opp. l'lauter'e limit. imi.A...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 12 April 1881

V M j,' U,il. H SOUTIf KEN TUCK1AN. Cmjw. M. MRjciAt,EiiTon. ttUl'SJiViSVlLLli.Aru. 12,1881. A Hew Constitution. ' Keniocky noens a now constitution Ami tlio question will probably bo submitted to tho people at tho next election. It hug been voice upon ninl ilofbaled not bi'cnuso the people did not want a new constitution but simply because being ignorant of the uocd ot ono lliey did not vole at all, ,. .-. mid the rcquisilo numoer of votes was . not obtained. Kentucky is twenty years behind the limes in this res- y pect. Nearly all of the' moro pro gressiro Slates have adopted conati tutions suited to the age ol progress. Konltickv still has laws relating to runaway slaves, mid legal voters that are in direct conflict with tho laws of ' he Unlitd Slates. This is not a question of party.- It coucerns all parties and all classes alike. It is time- the proud old Commonwealth . - vu aitatisnig from her . lclhnrirv, : shaking off the dust of ago and put ting a-stop.tollie sneers and jeo...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 12 April 1881

t. 'Xi- t: t : X It ''"VV 1 5. I fi, mmvm.n nni' ., ' THE SOUTH KfUCKIAH. HOL'KINSVILLE, ArB. 12, 1881 S33ULITIE3. Mm. It. A. Burnett, of Cadiz, ia (rUiting Mrs. It. W.ltoseh Mr. J. J. Carton' A prominent mcr - chant of Carfii, was1 111 tho city Inst week. ' Mr. W. T. Rowland' and brlffc, of Lifajetlo were at llio I'liu'oifU Satur day. ' i Mini Salllo MelMnlcl rotuvnoil yes ' lerday from a visit to friends at licit' holistowii. ". . ,. : ' Joe Mulbattan, the prlneo of liars, .was in lli city last week mid Invaded : llio iiiuctlty of tills office, " ''. , :; Mr. It. 8. Itonk, of Evmiville, ,: mvlu hit regular trip (o the ciiv ln.it tvenk, selling hirdwaro. " ' '' ' ilr,Dr.:. Bar.ou and , her little (iaughtor MUe Mayslc.of" Fyaiisvllle, " art visiting Mrs. It. W, Itoaeh, ' Mr. John McCrno, of Neivsliad, lias taki'tv position as clerk In tlio . cilice ol 0. V. Thompson Si Son. Mr. L. U. Slesser, of Ihe Now York store, tia returned from a business trip east. " ! Mr. Hunter Wood reluniad...

Publication Title: South Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The South Kentuckian. — 12 April 1881

vv :. 1 i - i HE SOUTH KENTUCKY. FrlCKr HrM(i Bt.trt. Main nnd Ri IlOFlilNSYlALE KY. IL 'J. -. P.. J1 ... EXCHANGE SCINTILLATIONS. This is All Foola" faf. Therefore, the joint stork company that own this ria.v.ia incalculally uunioroaa. Muhr lcnberg Echo. Cold is the most tiying enemy of the tramp. He thinks it bail enough iii any shxpe, but intolerable in vie . trials. Glasgow Times. Who said Indiana would get Do of . cc? Wo noiico tho appointment of a postmastvr to one of its villages. Urcckenridgc News.. Why does a mule go . about wear ing sncli t sad' and forlorn, looking countenance? Because he's- ashamed of his father. State Journal. MotiurEve is said to bo tho first woman who ever raited Cain. Since Kvo set t!u example the number en- gaged in- the same thing for a daily linsiness has grown to be legion, Metropolis Democrat. Ohio is said to - bo excited becanse the son of a linptist minister has mar l ied the daughter of a Jewish rabbi. Anything that tends to retard the consum...

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