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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 4 March 1890

fr" L-1..-L JJJ--L'!' J L-LiUJJJ.' 2jopMn$uille jRcntuckiatt. tcesdayTmaech ''V,T8!ia PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Julm A. Twyniau has returned from Florida. Mr. P. C. Hichnrdson lias gone cat to buy goods. Mm. J. C. liuckuer and boii have returned from Henderson. Mm. A. P. Campbull ha returned from a vwit to l'umbroke. Mihs Fannie Garnett, of i'ombroke, in visit iny friends in the city. Mr. 0. M. Lat hum left yesterday for New York to buy spring good. Mii Talibin Homer, of Olarksville, visited Sirs, liuill- Waller last week. Mm Jolm O. Jtust i visiting her sister, Mm. Sam M. Gaines, of Frank fort. Miss Samniio White, of Julien, is viHitiiig the family of Mr. H. B. Mr Key nolds. Miss Sallin Mt-Kinstry, of Provi dence, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. V. Mete.llfe. Mr. J. I). Hnssell returniHl Sunday from a live weeks' visit to California und other western States. Mr. .Tus. IJoyd, of Denisou, Tex., stopix-d over in the city to see his parents last week. Ho 'iu nnroute east to buy (foods ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 4 March 1890

fliers kitt tnany white soapS, each represented to be "just as good as the ivory," , They are not, but like all counterfeits, . they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it 'Tis sold everywhere. ijojihlnsuillf ftcututhtatt TUESDAY) MARCH 4, 1890. 1)11. J. A. KOUTHALL, PinSICMand SURGEON Office over First National Bauk, HOrKIXSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone at office and resilience. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kolloy's Jewelry Store, HOrXINSVILLE - - KY. KY. DR. F. M.STI TES, Office OTcr Planter, Bank. HOPKINSVILLE, - - Telephone Reeldenc. and Offlc L. A.SYPERT, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Webber Block over Petree & DownrVfl office. A QUESTION. Howoould I hMpltf Wewereatandlngthera A Uertnon walta Taa plavlng In too hall He drow tlte ahade. t j lei tho aiarllght to. And folded oo my nook n fteeey shawl. Hit touch wu like a wotna and bit voice Hroke thro' the niuito toft and sweet to bear; ueui ray ncau to mien t...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 March 1890

THE UEQE3T OIBODUTIOI . or ir ran. IN A. CITY OF 8.000 AND A COHII :: OF 40.000 w POft'LlTlOJ SE1IDEEKLT AT OHI $2 PER TEAK. Complete Job Office IN CONNECTION. $2.00 A YEAR. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1890. VOL. XII.-NO. 19. Ill LIST GALL A F.w Reflection From Trip to ths Great Metropolis. New Yok. February 22. IKK). Some days sinoo I left Hopkins rillo with a full determination to fol low my incliuatious aud you can road ilv sec where I havo lieon led. I ti ped over a (lay in LouiHville ami found this growing city Htill alive to her pro gressive inclinations. The Commer cial Club building, ten stories high, has beou completed to the top, yet it will require several months to lit it up for occupancy. This building is a monument to the energy and anilii tiou of Louisville's young business men who founded the Commercial Club, and who have done a wouderful work in the development of this beau ful and prosperous city. After seeing and assing smiles witli many of the ruilr...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 March 1890

2jopklnfitiillc Hcntttthiatt. TOOK ONLY $60,000. HBusMiitiisB.ii a. mn Hun.M.NCS, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BUBSOaiPTIOH $3 A YEAB II ADVASOE. Itriil reading nntlrcyOrcntHprrllnl, Sne rlnPiN.itl. ftrtMitiMi'ltiii wirh lniwiYfon. Kate. i"r mrllMlliig aiJvt'rllMlltH'lll. ftinilnlltMl OK Ml: I'llrntion. M'rti. H. Pope, Toller of a vllle Bank, Nearly all tho sugar cane in Texas is reported killed by the recent frosts. Make, Hit Way to Canada With That Amount of the Bank's Money. The non-appearance at Lis post of Wm. H. Pom. Tfillnrnf tho, TniulU " 18-j ?? .8tt,,'w. ftT Natio"8l Bank, last Monday morning FRIDAY, MAECH 7, 1890. WM wwunwd for at 10 o'clock when uuj f resiueni ana otner DanR olncials opened the vault and examined the cash. A hasty overhauling showed that the funds were between $10,000 Governor Buckner, for constitutional 8nd 160,000 short. The suspicion of roasons, vetoed soron local bilk Tues- tue officers that something was wrong any. ' W'lth their trusted Teller Were at once "T ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 March 1890

SjiMnwllle iUnlurkinn. firirARfir'r,r..iiii fwdayTISabcii" TTiawi PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Hugh Mi'Koe is utmlying law with Wood & Boll. C. W. MoU'ulfo has roturnod from bimlnoM trip to Nashville. Mis Mae Wan) is visiting friondo tnd relative in Clarksville - Mrs. L. Nash has returned from a visit to rolutiros iu Louisville. - Mr. Jus. Breathitt Is out ajfain oftor a wry suvere attack of la grippe. Mrs. It. L. WooUork, of Cincinnati, Is vwilinjf lior mother, Mrs. Wboolor. Mr. Jj. Foroith and wif, of Nash ville, have moved to this city to live. Miss Jennie Bell loft Tuesday for Augusta, Ua., on a visit to relatives. Mr. E. B. Basnet t, who has been Edftt for some time, will nlturn home to-dy. fr.1,,1 a itli.uuiillt visit to friends in Chtrksville. Sam Sttyrnr, Jno. Gurlh and Henry Muvniinl. of Tn'iiton, smmt Wednes day in tlio city. Mrs. Allie Neat, of Oalena, 1ml., is visiting her daughter, Mm. Col. Brown, on North Main street. James Boyd, of Denisou, Teias, after s-iuliiifr several...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 March 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insisi; upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. BUSINESS CARDS. I)K. J. A. MJUTIMLL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OHiin over First Nutioiiul Hunk, llOl'KI.VSVILLE, - -- KY. .lioi i! l oBlrr unil rpliire. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, OJIiiw over Killi-' Ji-wolry Store, IIOJ'KIXSVILLK DR. F. M.STITES, Offlrcoverl'lanlcra Knk. HOI'KINSVILLE, - - KY, Telephone HiMcnc ami Offlre. L. A.SYPERT, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Wflibnr Block over Putnw & Dowiut'h odiro. A. P. Campbell DZX7TIST, HOI'KINSVILLE, - KY opkratiiw A p.cji.tt. Oflli-e (,vvr M. lranke!'. soni. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IlOI'KIXSVlLLE, KY. C'frii vol !.: .M I Ull Hillnrn THE University of the South, EW4NEC. IFNNClt'E On tin' ( iiml'i-rlaii'l I'lJilrnn. HW ft. above tilt' M-ft h'tel, Htlrr I hmilf hli'-t M -sHem e to v.....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1890

1 ( Ilk THE UE0E8T CIRC0UTI05 or ANT rAI'kR IN A. CITY OF 8,000 COl'MI y. OK :: 10.0M w Wfl'MTIOJI A Live, New.y am TrogreMlvs SE1I-WEEKLT AT Wit $! PES TEAR. WISH Complete Job Office IN CONNECTION. VOL. XII -NO. 20. 1I0PKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MA11CII 11, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. . j. . 7 F" CIGHTY YEAnS AQO. Th loelal ro.lll" l the Olil -Tlaas Haw j tD(l.il Mill Ulrk 1 When, al tho b.riinlnjj of tbo cen tury, the cotton businsss arnsa. it af fcirilnj the glrli of Ntf Kh?lantl tho first opportunity to flu J oocupttion out aiuntliclr homes autlloiontly Important : to alTci-t tho illlny if any liiriro own- iKfof tliotu. Tlioy mshod Iniu tho now ) opoulnp;, nut droaralnz thnt thoy were J frec.IpilMlntT thoir aox Into the maol itrum ill mojnra Industry, or that they ' voro merely tha advance jruard of a, Bruat army of fi.nv.ilo amrltora, whoau diaadviinUijMous attitude towards o nuniic forces In ono of the mini fruitful simivos of BiilTurliiz In our social body. It was not tho ttupid ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1890

rs Ijojiluna'mUf rutttarhioii. Pl ELIMItBTl LSDvr AM FRIDAY M0RMM3, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. SUBSCRIPTION $3 A TEAS IK ADVANCE. mk'jiI rpiiitlnK notlt-et, -Jo rent, por lino. Spe nd, TIHHIH u Hr lllll? film 1 MM, I'll, Ml. ItHteH foi- KtfiinlliiK atlvui-ll I'meiila fiiriililiij(J odh) piit:iuiti. Office 18 and 20 Ninth Street, onr Port Oln TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1890. Loiigro83iuan W. 1. Julia is a can didate for ro-elcctiou next November. This is authoritative. He didn't scare worth a cent. The Democrats curried five of the seven cities in Iowa which held 'mu nicipal elections last week. The leaven - is still at work. When the Senate wants to make its secrots doubly secure it should plug the key-hole with Chandler or some other small potato. The United States Senate has con suiued a work of its valuable time vainiy trying to find out why news paper men know so much. ilalima liuliy, a colored woman, died at Raywick, Ky., at the age of 123 years. Her mother diod five years ago at the see of 135...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1890

IjopMnsuillc iUntufbiatt. T?USD AY," MAKCII U, 1W0. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bassctt hove re turned from Louisville. Miss Faunio Fairlfib went to LouiHvillo to hoar Tatli. Mr. W. A. Wiljjim him returned from a visit to Now York. Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1. Warn returned from a short trip to Louisville Friday. Mm. John O. Rust attended the Patti jiorforuiaucos in Louisville last wojk. Miss Sallio Mendel is visiting rela tives and friends iu Louisvillo and ('iiu'iiinuti. Dr. J as. Rodman, Judgo R. T. Put rue and Mr. W. J. Withers visited Frankfurt last week. Itev. J. T. Barrow and family loft yesterday for their new homo at Sweetwater, Tjiiu., having been de layed a few days by high water. cream"of"kews. Ha Bought too Largely. (!. Lui.latlMaTlu ) About 10 o'clock this morning W E. Embry, a merchant of Howell, Christian county, walked into J. M. Robinson's dry goods store and said he wished to purchase aome goods. By tho time he had arranged to buy everything iu the store except the ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like . all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for , Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. ijojilausiriUf luufucliian. TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1890. BUSINESS GaRDS. Dlt J. A. VOUTIIALL, PIlTSICIANand SUKGEOK Oifii'e over First National Bank, IIOriUXSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone nt office and residence. . Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kelfry's Jewelry Store, HOPKIXSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell, DKXTTIST, HOPKIN3VILLE, - - KY OPFIVATIHn A gPriALTT. Ofllcc over M, Frankel'a Sons. THE SONGS MY MOTHER RUNG X hear the aoDTt they aing to-day, tlut never on) laeweet Ai thot my o.other aang to mo When ilttlng at hor feel My thoutrhti go back to ohllhood year. When hopo and 1 were young. And ai of old I hear to-day Tho OD(ri my raotner sung. At twilight'! hour I often dream I am child unoo more ; t vook the houia whore 1 wai bo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 March 1890

J" A lit, xewir u i Tntrin Complete Job OHioe IM CONNECTION. m uisut ouoounov of ak af IN A. CITY OF 8,000 coi.in m or i-t it.m m roruutiol kuttu 1 V. VOL XII NO 21 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAECII 14Tl890. $2.00 A YEAR.' : . I TBI LAST GAIL GOTHAM LETTER. How Evtry Diy Life It Seen In New York. New York, Much 2. I havo boon iltting at my window for the Inst bour, which front Broadway, watching the ndless throng of people more up and down the street. Among them can be teen cvory specimen of humanity, from the rich millionaire with hii wife down to the poor fruit Tender and hie wife, all seemingly bent on eouio pur pose as they hurry by each other. Then you sea the stylish young man with bis little dog and the stylish little man with his big dog. But next in line it the fashionable young lady kid by her large dog, and the matron ly old lady led by her pug. The kit at onee it formed that these people so infatuated with dogs hare no one to put and necessarily must give rent in - ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 March 1890

-2joj!tftU5uUle JXs uturkian. ri'BLlSUEU Tt'ESDAI AM t'KIIUi MXIMS, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BDBaOEIPTION tl A TEAR IN ADVANCE. Lwnl rcaillng nutliM' HI rent nor line. Sii ClllHWHl Ct!llt )t'l' UlIU UIX'll lllM-tllll. KHM! for HMiimug aitvurtlM'iitcuU furnl.liuil on mi .II13,III, Offio. IS and 20 Ninth 8trMt, onr Post Offio. FRIDAY, MARCH U, 1890. A STRONG PROTEST. (it The reported murder of "Unolo' .Too Johnson by the Hatflolds, iu Pike county, turns out to have been a lie out of the whole cloth, sent out by Bcnsatiounl corrosupudont. Judgo MeCoinus, who, as acting Goveruor of Virginia,signed the death warrant of John Brown, whose body "lies mouldering iu tholtonib," died at Ft. Scott, Kansas, Tuosday, aged 74 years. We have boon looking for a break of this sort aud here it is in the Louisville Times: "The gentleman from Heury is proving a Thome in the flesh to the Louisville Tobacco Trade." The Middlosborough A'cics issued a handsomely printed aud neatly ar ranged souvenir edition last w...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 March 1890

jQojjMnwilie RentttcMan. THIO. l.BABILIY, (I M..gr FK1DAY, MAKCH 14, 1BU0. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. John O. Runt has relumed from a visit to Frankfort. Mr. J. II. Audorson has returned from his busiuess trip to the oast. Miss Besaio Campbell, of Taduculi, ia visiting her grand-mother, Mrs. Wheeler. Jo. Fraiikol and family loft for Louisville Wednesday and will bo ab aou, some timu, ' Mrs. E. B. Bassott loft for Louis villo Wednesday moruing. Sho re ceived a telegram tho oveuing before eUiting tliut her father, Mr. E. Stanley Biowti, who was confined to his Ix'd with pneumonia, was iu a critical con dition. Juo. Q. MeGeheo, of Montgomery, will take charge of Mitleheo Bros' store at Bolleviow to-day, and Sam MeUohoo, who has been conducting the store at tho latter iioiut for some years, will move to l'embroko to take chaweof tho Miller stock, nxwntly purchased by McGehco Bros, Clarlwvillo. of . HERE AND THERE. CREAM OF NEWS. Too Much Water. Tho Bliuois Ceutral, which, runs through trains...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 March 1890

There are inany white onps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tig sold everywhere. DR. J. A? fcOMTIULL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bunk, HOrJONSVILLE, - KT. Telephone at office end resilience. Junius C. McDavitti DENTIST, Office ovor Kolley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - . KY. A. P. Campbell. D3E.CTTJST, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY OFBItATIKQ A SPHUIALTT. Office over H. Franker. Sone. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KT. Cffitewcrt tide ofCctitt Square. University of the South, EWANCE. TCNNEStEE. On the Cum tier. Mid Plateau, 1,100 ft. above ttiu aca level, oflura the hualthleat residence to young men In It (i rammir tecliool, Ita Military, It Collcce ami it TlntiloirlcuU Deiita. Por epooitU information write to REV. TELFAtR HODOBON, 0. D.t Vtae-ChanCellor, bfcANtL. ifcNNESHEK DA Pl EVERY...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1890

A Live, New.y an l rrofrwalT. !1IMIKUI AT OUT $2 MR IIAK. THE LABQE8T OIRODLiTIOS Or ANT TiVtiH IN A CITY OF 8,000 AKD 1 C01.MI w Or :: 10,000 m PUNLATIOJI mnmt Complete Job Oflica IN CONNECTION. VOL. XII -NO. 22. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. RltWL Notwithstanding the very disagreeable weather our store was crowded to the doors with enthusiastic and delighted people on opening day. EVERYONE'S VERDICT-That OUR STOCK IN ITS VA RIETY LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED AND IN ITS NOVELTY TOWERS OVER OTHER STOCKS LIKE MOUNTAINS ABOVE A PLAIN. nEcig'nilicent Dress Goods, Lovely Wasli lEaTtoirics, Exq Tiisite jSnatoiroideiries. PERFECT HOSIERY and MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Oh! We Have Just Spread Ourselves on this Line. THE GRANDEST VALUES EVER SHOWN. STATESMEN'S DAUGHTERS How the Young- Ladles of Wash ; lngton Amuse ThoniBolvos. Thm Ciw for K.d. .. M.w "Maawri as" mr M.d. MalpuUU4. Th. "Molkar aaak"-Vla ' till K.f.rlr Saagkt. 'V K H Y rlrl In Washington Is hunting (o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1890

ajojjktowtUe ScntucMatt. ftBlISnSJ tlBSWT AM FB1DAI MOBMSCS, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BDBSCR1PTIOM $3 A TEAR tS ACViHOE, TH-nl itH'IIiic nntlre. l rvnu icr Hno. Swv l.ll.w.lnftl-l-lltft IM!- Hilt) CHcil tllhVI-Uull. IUI. frir ftfln.tlng aJvertlfUitjliU furulithea an an lillratlon. Offlw 18 m4 20 Kinth Strut, oi Port Offioa. The Sebree Oirl has ceased to hoot. Tlio Thonio Tobacco Bill should be well Btrimwd before it is allowed, to pans the Senate. Miss Nellie Bly will lecture in Louisville to-morrow night on her tour around the world in 72 days. Hon. Houry Wuttcrson will delivor an address before the Southern Press Association at Charleston on April 30. M. Bourgeois" is to bo tho new French Minister of the Interior. Of courso ho is a good solid type of a mail. Senator J. S. Wortham, of Leitch field, is a probable candidate for Judge of tho Superior Court from tho West ern district. Walter Mathews will open the new Opera House at Princeton, Ky., on the 2thinst., with an engagomont of three ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1890

IjojiMitstiiUe JUnittflttott. T-itO. t. BARTLLV, I v TUESDAY MAIJCU 18, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. J. K. Gaut, of Ciarksville, was iu town yesterday. Mrs. N.Carr.of Princeton, in visting friuuda iu this city, Miss Kuto WiKUlril(fo lias roturuixl from a visit to Clarluvillo. Mr. V. S. Beaumont, of Clarksvillo, was iu tUo city yestorday. Col. val. Milkius, ol raimow, was in tho city lout Friday aud Saturday, Mr. Oscar Layuo, of Layuo Bros. Fairviow, wcut East yostorday to buy O w gixnls. Mr. Honry Wilkins and sistor, Miss Stella, of faii-view, were visiting iu tlio city yiwtordny. Mr. F. E. Wade and his little dutigU ter Maljol.of Fail-view, vinted relatives in tlio city lust Friday and Saturday Mr. EInv. O. Leigli, Uito of tlio Fa dueali Stamltirit, but uow assistant clerk of tlio Stuto Senate, was ill the city Sunday. Mr. I lias. 1'.. liurker, ol lJmo, was Olio of the jurors for the first two weeks of Circuit Court. Ho roturaed home Saturday. Mr. J V. Moodio, Uib Fairviow merchant, and ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insisc upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere, JUSJNESS. CARDS. I) it. J. A. fcOUTHALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Oflk'o over Fimt National Bank, IIOI'KIXSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone at uUke and rcehlcnee. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, OfEoe over Kellpy'u Jowolry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell. DBXTTIST, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY OPBKATIMO A IPVOIALTT. Olllco over Bl. Fl-aukd'a Hon. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. C ffit-e i.rt Mi'etftuirt Square, THE University of the South, SEWANEE, TENNESSEE On the ('iimhrrland Plateau, 1,100 ft. above the era level, offer tlio lialtliliHt refhlence to fuutig men in lt Gram id nr Seli-ml, It Mllltfirv, u L'ollejre ami tt Tiienlogtr all Iiepw For BpOOtaJ lllforilllltloii Willi' to REV. TELFA'R HODU90N, 0. D , VioeXhanoellor, bKWA...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 March 1890

tBB uroest ontouunoi or ir rira IN A CITY OF 8.000 COUNT w OF :: MM m WL UTIM VOL. XII.-KO. 23. Notwithstanding the very disagreeable weather our store was crowded to the doors with enthusiastic and delighted EVERYONE'S VERDICT That OUR STOCK IN ITS VA RIETY LEAVES NOTHING TO BE DESIRED AND IN ITS NOVELTY TOWERS OVER OTHER STOCKS LIKE A MOUNTAIN ABOVE A PLAIN. IRaniiicerLt PERFECT HOSIERY and MEN'S FURNISHINGS-IN EVERY DETAIL. THE GRANDEST VALUES EVER SHOWN. WIIVJIE WOULDN'T WORK He Rememberod the Advloo Diver . to Brothor Zebby. UK r.Ml7 Hod II. n VmIikI !"" M Hu. J.b nl I ' Ih. Mill "llowkarty, llmik.rtr. C PVBI Mr Iiwu, VT. J. HofUn. an advtnturous East rn capitalist, rocuntly bought a largo tract uf Umber land lyinir nvar lb Indian TsrrlUiry. Mr. Iluglla let up a saw-nilll, wtilcb waa ay n?tirb. but mhan ba attempted tonporalu tha mill h wa oonfronted by a dllticulty wbli-h he bud aoi anticipated. Ila rojld not aecura Iba nace.wjr Uolp. Tb aalgb boring baopla, UUer aiiattir. In ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 March 1890

KbaflM sse aaa tfophlnsvlllt JtCittiitkian, PI BLISHtB TIESDIT AM JMlI OR.J.GS, CHAP. M. MEACHAM. BDB30BIPTI0H 12 A TEAR IH ADVAHOE, Local roallna-nlli " cent, por line. Spe cial Iim'hI. 6 ct'iiU lwr Hue cadi Insertion. ItMte. fur ittniulltig aUvuillscmeiite furuUliuu en ap plication. Offioe IB and 30 Hlitk 8trt, otm Foil OBoe. "frSaMARCHI, 1890. Democratic County Ticket. For Judge, THOS. J. MOIU10W. For Attorney, LARKIN T. BRASHER. For Clerk, WILLIAM COWAX. W For Sheriff, MOSES WEST. For Assessor, DENNIS R. PERRY. For Sujit. of Schools, FROF. S. L. FROGGE. For Jailor, GEO. W. LONG. For Survoyer, H. P. RIVES. Consequently, to got justice, ho tnust appeal to the lawmaking power to have a law passod to force them to do what is simply Justice and no more. And because he does no hu is di uouncud as unjust and un reasonable, And tho very men who havo grown fat foodiug off his swci.t now threaten to go out of business and leave him without a market in his own Stnto on which to noil his pr...

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