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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 27 January 1885

AOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, JANUARY 27,1885. NUMBER 8 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUt ISSUED KVE1IY TUESDAY AND FKIDAY HORNING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS. eVBLlSHERS AND PBOfBIETOBS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, strictly enah In ad vanoe 11,00 Oneoopy,elx months 11,00 No subscriptions takon on timo and nil papers tuppoil wlion out. Ono copy free to any ono sending at tit roarlr cub lubKrlben. iiffilii lU-l Ir.l 151 lJ THE EST TONIC. ? Thli mallei no, Combining Iron with pure TeRutahle ton In, quickly and rmuiilfleljr 1'Nt-M lrnUi Indlacolloa, Wrn La cm, 1 mi pure HIumI, iUInxl.l blllvsnd Ftfvei- yd Nmrmlicla. It I. an nnulllnr remedjr for DlMucsofth K lflnr nod Liver. It U lurKliuihlu for Wtio perutlar to ' Vunwn, anl all who lead MiiU'iiUry Uvea, It dmM not li.Ji.ro Uio toetli, caunt' hoailache.or Jrtwiuci ontiktixitioii aihrv Iron mrdicinenUh . Uonrlfhufiati'i mrltlei tho blood, atlniiilftte tho nprM'tltp, alla tho ntlniila.loii of food, re llovii lirartt...

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. — 27 January 1885

WEBU n EMEU CHA8. K. M EACH AM, ... Editor TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1895. Wisconsin Republicans have nom inated Col. J. C. Spooncr for U. 8. . Senator and will elect him. - Tammany-has voted to attend the inauguration of President Cleveland, in a body. Several persons iu the cxtremo jiorthem states were froren to-deatli during the soverocold spell last weok. Tito old "liberty bell" has been taken to New Orleans to be exhibited in the great Exposition. ; The cashier of the Jamestown, Pa. Savings bank absconded Thursday With $40,000 of the banks funds. The estate of the late Schuyler Colfax is valued at $550,0u0. His will divides his property between his widow and Schuyler Colfax, Jr. AtMt Washington, N. II, the thermometer registered 50 degrees below zero last Thursday, one degree colder than ever before recorded. President Arthur will resume the practice of law at tho expiration of his term and hi friends will groom him for his party nomination In 1888. Miss Delta Young, one of Brlgham ...

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. — 27 January 1885

TUESDAY, JANUAHY 27, 1885. TIME TABLE JOB T2AIN3. Dbfakt 8outh-:M a. v.;11:M k. u. Dipirt Noam M a.m.: 1:18 r.M. Ahmvi rnoa south S:l r. a.; S:0 r. V. awvs ruw Mobtu ll:Wi a. a.i 11:10 r. a. FOST OmCK-North Main Street. Open (or letters, stamps I A. V. tn r. a. " " money orders A. a. to i T. M. " 11 Unlivery, Suuday-:tS to:ll r.M. SOUTHERN KXI'ltKHS OiTICK, North Main Bt. Open I A. n.toir. . The British met El Mahdl, In Egypt's desert land. And touiilit until a thouHnd men Wen dead upon thasand. With decdi at homo with dynamite, And ilalull's hosts abroad to light. Our poor unhappy friend ,John Bull, Appear to have hl lianus quite full. SOCIALITIES, Mr. L. II. Klltcf's funilly left for Florida yesterday. Miss Mary Burnott, of Paducalij ia visiting friends lu the city. Mr. Kobert Rickmau, of ElktoD( Ky., was In Hie city Sunday. Mr. Rubt. West and lady, of Todd comity, wore in the city Saturday. Mr. Geo. Torian and family left for 'Florida, last week, to make tlielr home in Hie future...

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. — 27 January 1885

r NASHVILLE STHEK.T. : IIOPKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnieh the following paper. and po r clicala with the Sicai-Wgiiur South Kkm tuckian at the auhjirinoU cheap ratue: Oaily Courier-Journal fU-W '", Vocaly Coilrlor-Joiinial S. " Louisville Commercial IJJ.OC tarinera Home Journal 13.11 retenwn'3 Magatino W.BO Jo.ioy'i Lady's Book W.OO KewVork Weekly Suu .W.1P Daily N. Y. World, 7.W Scmi-wockiy " 3.5U Weekly " W.rt I.lttoll'a Living Ago W.50 Toledo Blaile W.ou A LAWYER'S STOM M b rh, Bla Altocrlbrr Traa, la Km Mi-mi. gee Thu rtotlaa Cald . "I never would convict a man on cir rmmtantinl ovidonoo if I wore a juror uovurl kevbb!" TIio sionkr was a distinguished crim inal lawyer of Monrly forty years' notive imictioo, and whoso fame extended far '. iK'vond the limits of his own State. . Wo had bo9ii.; discussing -a. recent ' cause celebreia which,. upou purely cir- , oumntantinl ovidonoo, a man had been oonvicted of an atrocious murder, al. though many of those most famili...

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. — 30 January 1885

rV.,., ,; A ' ti l I II 1 kl 1 A O VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., JANUARY 30,1885. NUMBER A; CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUI. tsSUKD EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING Br MEACHAM & WILGUS, PUBLISHERS AITB FBOPMXTOMS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One oopy, one year, strictly oash In ad vance . 11,00 Oneoopy.elx month...'. 91,00 Ho subscriptions taken on time and all paper topped when out. One copy tree to any one Bonding naive yearly ouh iiibiarlben. litfiil lU I I I I I ri i -THE BEST TONIC. ? ThW medicine, eomhlnlng Iron with par Tretbl loniMi, quickly ftnd enmpletaW t'mnm lriirpln. Intll(tUa, WnLitM, mmA NnrmlirU. It Li au unfullinr remedy tor DUc.uk of the HMaeye mn4 Liver. U ti iiiTnluabU for DltotBcs peculiar to woiwi, and all who lead eedenUrjr 1 1 to. It doe not Injure the teeth, cauae headftrhfl.or produce constipation othrr Jwn merUnnn da, ltonrirhaeaiid purfAet theblood.itlmulatea the apiwtite, akla lha aanlrallation of food, te lle vea Heartburn and Idling, and af...

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. — 30 January 1885

SEMESL? U EMM CHA8. M. M EACH AM, - - - Editor FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1885. Tho office of the Evausvillo Couri er Is uow lighted with electric light. Mr. Spencer Cooper will begin the publication of the Herald at the mountain town of Hazel Green, Wolfe county, in a few weeks. The post-ofllco committee will ro- poi t favorably a bill recommending tho reduction of newspaper postage from 2 cents to 1 cent per pound. The Bowling G rcen Times says Mr?. Lucky Romans, of Warren county, is 90 years old and in as good health and as sprightly as most persons of sixty years. The officers of the Tennossco peni tentiary have 6iicd tho Nashville Hau lier for $60,000 for alleged libelous comments on tho interior manage ment of the State prison. In the United States Court at Cin cinnati Tuesday Judge Baxter decided tho case of the Knights of Honor vs. Urcekcnridgc, in which $133,000 are Involved, in favor of tho plaintiffs, Official estimate mado by tho government inspectors place the pecuniary damage...

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. — 30 January 1885

ivi -mra- ram FRIDAY, JANUARY SO, 1885. TIME TABLE 70S TKAINS. DipAHT South : a.h.;11:8S i. u. Dinar Nortu t:U a. M.; 1:18 p. v. Ashivi fuom 8UCTH :I8 r. v.; 8:80 r. M. Aaaivimoa North 11:80 a. u. :10 r.n, l'OST OFFICK-North Main Street. Open (or Mien, stami 7 A. M. to P. M. " " money onleni el. a. to sr. H. " " delivery, Sundays S:t5 to:U r.M. SOUTlIEltN KXPUKSS OFFICE, North Main St. Open I A.M. to IF. M. 5 The days ot loe and snow have passed, Old ail I out again at last; The change we gladly note this mora And let us hoie that winter's gone. SOCIALITIES, Mr. Johu Uoddio, of Lafuyetto, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. R. C. Roach, of Clarksillo, was lu the city the first of the week. Mr. J. W. Baynham, of Lafayette, was Id town Tuesday. Mr. W.J.Graham visited Nash ville, this week. Dr. J. P. Culloin, of Dawson, was iu the city Tuesduy. Mr. C. W. Metcalfe, has returned from a trip to St. Louis. Mr. R, W. Peach, formerly a real of this city, Is visiting Us friends hero. Miss Jciinlo Sl...

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. — 30 January 1885

H! south mmm, NASHVILLE 8TREET. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUBLIST. We will furnish the following papers and po r iflicala with the Semi-Wkikly 80VTU Kkn tucki an at tho subjoined cheap rates: Dally Courier-Journal IU.50 Weekly Courier-Journal 3.!5 ' LouUville Commercial 13.00 Partners Home Journal $3.15 l'otoreon'B Magaiino IU.110 tedey's Lady's Book S3.00 New York Weekly Sun S.10 Dally X. Y. World 7.M Semi-weekly " 18.50 Weekly " .' i.7! I.lttell's Living Ago U.W Toledo Blade 13.00 COOL CUSTER. BY K. QUAD. Men can counterfeit sorrow, sympathy, linger, friendship, enthusiasm and fear, I 'tit when it oomos to counterfeiting linivery that's another thing. Lot a regi ment lc drawn np in line of battle, and while one would look in vain for skulk ers he would lee plenty of quivering ohins and white fnoes, and that, too, among officers. Under tho influence of fear more than one Colonel has aban doned his regiment, more than one Brig adier Oenerid has lost his reputation. Fear of doatli is ...

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. — 3 February 1885

1 S VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, FEBRUARY CHAS. M. MEACHAM. . W. A. WILOU. tsSUKD EVEIIY TUESDAY AND FHII1AY UOItNI.NO BY HI EACH AM & WILGUS, eVltLlHHKRS AND PHOtRlKIORb. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, 0110 your, ulrictly casli In ad Tanno ' 12,00 Ono copy, aix months $1,00 No sulHUTiptiuiiH liiken on time ai.U all paper topped when out. One copy f roe to any one lending uiflre yuarly canti BubocrUxjri. BBJsg Sj I iiffilif -THE BEST TONIC. Thlfl medicine, combining Iron with pure VPKvtahla touted, quickly and eonn.leieljr t urnt lyMteila IimH ration., Ualmt J mnare lilood, MaJrlu,LblM and FeTor mta NrnralMl. It U an uniMlliiiR it-mod y for Diwaaei of the KM ncy Had Liver. It li invnhiablu for PlneaMW peculiar to VtMHttn, and all who lend acdentary Uvea. It doct not t iiJiitv t he tetlh, cauw; headurha.nr pnnlaco cotiHilMitlon uthrr Iron mnimntt do. Iti'iirlchMBiid pnrlllcii Iheblydtatiiniilatea tho npiH'tili', nUl the it Initiation of food, ra lUtvi'tlleurthiir...

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. — 3 February 1885

mma south h CHAS. M. MEACHAM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1885. Luciano Cipriano, aged 40, was married at Laredo, Tex., to a little girl 11 years old, last Friday. Rev. II. A. M. Henderson, formerly Superintendent of Tuulic Instruction of Kentucky, will bo a candidato for Chaplain of the next House. The proposed Nicarauguan treaty failed of ratification in tlio Senate by five votes. The new administration is expected to revive tho matter in the spring. Solomon llatt, and Ellas Grosfield, two young Hebrews, of Cincinnati, have renounced tho faith of their fathers and joined the Methodist church. They aro botli Austrian. The jeans manufacturers, of Louis ville and Now Albany have decided to open Feb. 2, all the mills closed by agreement, and run on two-thirds time for two months. Tho British army in Egypt is en trenched near Mctoninch and quietly awaiting re-inforcemculs. The wounded, including Gen. Stewart, aro getting along well and recover ing rapidly. Criminal prosecutions have been begu...

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. — 3 February 1885

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1885. EEEE AND THESE, TIME TABLE FOB TEAIN3. OcrtKT Soi'Tll-:i5 i, .;11:85 A. v. Dkpakt Nokth iM a.m.; 8:19 r. m. Ahkiv from South S:lt) p. m.; 8:80 p. H. MIK1VI PKUM NOBTll Jl:80 A. H.', 11:10 T. M POST OFFICK-North Main Street. Open for lottont, Btninps 7 A. if . to 8 p. M. " " mwiiiy ortiun a. u. lot p. u. " delivery, Humlaytt 8;6 u4:15 r.M, SOUTHKItN EXIMIE88 OFFICK, North Mum St. Open I A. v. to P. M. Tlio groundhog saw bis shadow Ami returned into hli hole, For iix weeks more of winter, Of snow and sleet and cold. SOCIALITIES. Hon, L. T. Brasher, of Kilty, was lu tho clly yesterday. Miss Emilia Cooper, of Lafayette, Is visiting in the city. Mr. Hunter Wood lias returned from Washington. Mr. Kd. Boyd J a now with G. E, Galthor, the druggist. Mrs. Hersohcl Porter, of Pembroke was lu the city, Sunday. Capt. and Mrs. C. I). Bull, of Long view, were in tlio city Friday. Sonator Austin Pcay, of Garrotts burg, was In tlio city Saturday. Mr. Win. Cowan , of Louisv...

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. — 3 February 1885

SEMEEELI SOUTH mm, I.-'.,-'..-'.. . NASHVILLE STREET. IIOPRIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY, CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish the following papers and pe r odieala with tho skmi-Wkkklv South Kkk riTCKiANot the niibjolned el i out) rates: Oaily Courior-Jouraiit f 12-60 Weekly Courier-Jouruul f 3.2S " LouUvillo Com mere i al $3.00 tf armors Homo Journal 13.16 Pe tonkin' Magazine fit -00 Godoy's Lady's Book (3.00 Now York Weekly Sun 3.10 Daily X. Y. World, .. .17.50 Senil-weekly " U.60 Weekly " $2.75 Utlell8 Living Ago 8.30 Tolmlo Ulutle tt.OO WDT SUB MtfJlBSIED. "Oh, why ioretle, darling, as If you faio woulJ tr YouitteM from out uiy presence tell me, faircit ol the ffclr b ray ounierntloD stupid, that you flinch and twist about. Like an uremia with the cliulie, or an old uiao with lh gcnitf bo 1 tin you with my itorioi, or annoy you with my Jokea, fv wear upon yeur patience criticising other folks? lcll uid why ynu axe ao restless, ami keep turutnu on yo .i sunt, Aud ibruiglntf up your shoulderstell mo,...

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. — 6 February 1885

.ciwt 1111 ccMi VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, FEBRUARY 6,1885. NUMBER 14 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUt. tsSUKO KVKliY TUESDAY AND FHIUAY MOI1N1NU nv MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVISLlSllBKH AND PKOPBlBXORi. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Out copy, one year, strictly caah in ad vance I'.00 One copy, ill months II, w Mo ulMcrlitlon taken on time and all papen topped when out. One copy free to any one tending us five yearly cash subscribers. O'DONOVAN ROSSA. The King of Dynamiters Shot by a Woman on the Street In New York. BRJ5jj ( I -THE BEST TONIC. ? Ttiti medicine, combining Iron with pure vegetable lontn, uulrkljr ttid cnmnletvly CirM 1tmmiIi iHll(eiitloii, UIihM( I Murf Hi 4, JUliirlatChUU mmd trim mod NrnmUU. It Iihh uufftilinfr remedy for DlKueiorthe KM am nu4 Mvnr. A It In Invalimtile fur III win peculiar to Wnin. and ftll whu leml MMWuUry Uvm. 1 1 iwm twt Injun the Ut-ih. caunw hvatUche.or PHmIiii1 miiMitUm Air 7rwtifiVio, lUMirirlieiatn. purl (let the blnml, utimuUtv tliei'i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 6 February 1885

CUAS'H. MEACHAM, - Editor FRIDAY, ' FKUnUAKY 0, 1SS5. Fivo iiiuriloi-crs aro nmlor sentence to hang in Arkansas on April 17. It will simplify matters a good ileal and iniiko the President's duties easier, if the Kepublienu politicians now in oilicc will lmvo a suilleient sense of propriety to hand in there resignations promptly after the 4(liof March. No two of the daily papers gave Ilotsa's assassin the same name Tues day. Her surname appeared as Hudloy and Dudley and her chris tian nanio was given as Yeslot, Ycz let, Ytevlt, Yseult, and Yscult. Tin namo was evidently a hard one for telegraph opcialcrs to tackle. Gov. Paltison, the Democratic (uv- ernor of Pennsylvania, who went in through a licpubhcan split on tidal wave of 18S2, will enter ministry at the expiration of his te "With 80.030 majority in favor liluino last year, Pennsylvania is cer tainly a fruitful Held lor minister labors. tin the rin of ial A mysterious visilor was detected in an attempt to enter the window of tho...

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. — 6 February 1885

SKL7 SOUTH fMM FKIDAY. FEBRUARY 0, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TRAINS. OKriKT South MS A.n.;ll:t)S a.m. lUtl'AKT North 1:43 a.m.; 8:18 P. M. Ahhivi pkuv noi'th g.-M r. .; 8:80 p. M . ARB1VE PKUH NOKT 11-11:30 A. H.i :10 P. M. POST OFFICE North Main Street. Open (or lottors, stnmps-7 A. . to 6 p. if. UDiioy orilors-tl A. M. to 4 P. H. " " delivery, Sundays 1:41 to4:lir.x. SOUTllKltN KXPKKNS OFFICK, North Mum St. Open 8 A. . to t P. H. 'Jtw. By a woman's hand wait Rosea shot. Ami ho deserved Just what ho Rot; lint one regret each hoart will Ml Aud Ihul, she clhl not shoot to kill. SOCIALITIES. .luoMullmttan U lit tlio city. Dr. A. Goldstein, the oculist, has gone to Henderson. Mr. J. W. Pritchilt, of Dawsou, was In tliu cily this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Long Hie boarding nt Dr Ja. A. Young's. Mr. V. It. Williams, of Tcnnessco, lias boon in Iho city for several (lays on business. Miss Miiinlo Walker, of Fairview, Is visiting Mr. M. V. Cirissani'a fami ly tills week. Mrs. Frank Myriek, of Heu...

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. — 6 February 1885

sehiotlt soms'smemi. ' uig ana nnmaung yearly tnousana of NASIIV1I.I.K HOriUNSVlLLE, 8TIIEET. KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish the following papers and po wlicals with the Sum-Weekly South Kkk- I titckian at tho subjoined cheap rates: oallyCourlor-Journul f 12.50 , Weekly Courier-Journal Ia-25 " Louisville Commercial 18.00 , tanners Home Journal Totoraon's Magaiine IS' Godey's Lady's Book l1 Now York Weekly Sun S.10 Daily N 81'ini Weekly Litlcil's Living Ago an.rAJ Tolelo Made WJ in Kncit Annnl wnmluh MMnn tlinM tt Wt every person Deing pitiful coauuf?. Let them remain Lot acres of ground. According to an an- The system of savings banks u wumlj fcM mho and then wipe them clean oient legend this delta was formed by the encouraged by a few able social econo- & . Jn can ! god Biva, who, squeezing the water : ,-, - --. protononghol Uie varnish mto tlie pores througn bis hair, let it run aown and a member of Parliament, inis is f . , , ,,..,;' . t irnnh 1.1. ,. thna furniinir tlie...

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. — 10 February 1885

1 -I J i -4. y " ... - cut (Ipl cckl VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE,. CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, FEBRUARY 10, 1885. NUMBER 12 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUI. ISSUED EV Ell V TUESDAY' AND FBIDAY MOItNINQ BT MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVJlhlSHERS AXD PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one your, strictly cash In ad Tunc j,oc One amy, six months $1,00 So subscriptions takon on tlmo and all papera topped when out. One copy free to any one lending more yearly cull subscribers. lifffiilf l-U-l Irl IEI 111 1:1 f-J rur EST TONIC. ? Tlili medicine, combining Iron with pure TW-UW tonic, quickly end cotm.lueljr Cam. lrprpal, I nilfcratlon WenltHetM. I mtt-ure Blood, iUaJarU,. It II la auti 1- overs, and Nmralifla. It n an unfailiiiflr n-mwly for Dlacooi of the Kldnor and Liver ll t Inrulufililti for Piicem pwtillftr to Women, and all who lend wdviilnry live It doui not Injure theUMflh.cauft'hendtrlif.or produce ctmitltlon otAr Jrm mtiitrintitto. Honrlrhutand uritle thohlood.itlmutati1! the apmtlU, aldi ...

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. — 10 February 1885

IBMBB.T U Oil CHAS. M. MEACHAM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1885. The Kopublioaii8 of tlio Secoud ltliode Island district have nominated N. F. Dixon to fill tho vacancy caused by the election of Congressman Chace to the Senate. Tho North Carolina Legislature has passed a bill to pension ex-Con federate soldiors who lost limbs or an cyo in tho service of tho State, or by reasons of wounds aro incapacita ted for manual labor. KHARTOUM FALLS. THE CAPITOL OF SOUDAN AND GORDON'S ARMY CAPTURED SI THE FALSE PROPHET. The Situation One of Great Gravl-ty-The Remnant of the Brit ish Army Threatened with Annihilation. TUB SICKENING DETAILS Gov. Knott for the Cabinet. - SMIIISHIIAllBmMolSCQM -ASSETS $ 33,000,000. Narlbrn kmm Company ot Losdoi, -ASSETS- $ 14,000,000. H. H. ABERNATHY. It. M. AVOOLDUIDGE. Only ouo copy of our spicy little contemporary, the Owensboro Inquir er, was received last week. As it is a tri-weokly perhaps it camo out once and tried to get out the other two times. P. S. This is a ...

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. — 10 February 1885

s&Mm south ram TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1885. TIME TABLE 70S TEAIN3. DKrixT 8ouTH-fl:45 a. .;11:SJ a.m. Iikpiht North 1:46 a.m.; JUBp. m. Ahkivi from Noi'Tii 8:18 r. M.; 8:80 r.u. Arrivr vrom North 11:80 a. m.; V:10 r. m. fUST OKF1CK North Main Slreet. Open (or lottera, slam 7 a. m. to r. M. " " money onluin A. M. to 4 P. M. " " Uullvry,8uiulayii-a:45to4:15r.lI. BOUTHEKN KXIMIKHS OFFICE, North Main St. Open Ha. M. tot p. M.. IS Site's till InJail.lhisMra. I). Who front name la Yseult, And tho country Is Impatiently Awaiting tho result. Hark I from Khartoum, the doleful round, Croat Britain heart the cry, Gordon's captured, all la gloom Kl Mahdl'a gtoo hangs high. SOCIALITIES. Mr. Itolit. Weakly is quito sick. Miss Sara Sliyor, of Clurksvllle, Is visiting friends in the city. Miss Cora Hurrls Is visiting friends in Madisonville tills week. Miss Kainilo Rogers is visiting rolatlvos in Elkton. Miss Mattio Hardwlck, of Elk ton, is visiting Mrs. W. L. Thompson. Mr. J. S. Cliastain and f...

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. — 10 February 1885

wwa n mam NASHVILLE HOntlNSVILLE, 8TUEET. KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish the following papers anil po a'licalswlth UioSkhi-Wkkhlv South Kkn tuckian at tlic suhjnttictl cheap niton: I rally Courier-Journal ?18.G0 Wookly Coiirlcr-Jmirual W-" " Louisville Commercial "IK' Parmer Homo Journal 18.1 Peterson's Mugiuino la.ou Goiley's Lady's llook Vew York Wookly Sun -10 UailvN. Y. World VM Semi-weekly " V. Weekly " Linen's Living Ago M Toledo Illitile A Modern Drama. Tlie radiant my of an afternoon nn were sheddiiiR a "sheen of bright light o'er all around, when afar off might liayo beon seen an elegantly attired, exquis itely dressed lady, leisurely walking heneeward. A sweet, kindly smile illu mined her fine face. A loving light, soft and nssuriue. benmed from her beautiful eyes. At a glance it was to be Boen that she was a womanly woman, possessed of that ever triumphuut trio of traits, lovelv. loving and lovable. A few squares from her, just hid from sight around tlie corner, was ...

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