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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 13 February 1885

VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., FEBRUARY 13, 1885. NUMBER 13 CHAl. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUt. WbUKD nvr.ny Tuesday and Friday ilOKNINQ BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVBLISUKRS AXD PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year, strictly oasu In ad vance 1,00 Onoonpy, six months 11,00 No sulMcrlptlpus taken on time and all papers slopped when out. One copy fro to any one tending tu Ave yearly cash lubaerlkort. ill f ISPs THE BEST TONIC. Thlt medicine, combining Iron with pure VCffi'UMa tnufci, oulrkly end comiitowly 'arr lratti.1n, Indlsratton. WnkntM, 1 Mfttire lllmxt, Ala 1 aria, thMU and Fever mnd Ntumlliu Ii is an unfomnr rvmody lor DLmum of the KMuvjra mm4 Liver It la IuvbIimIjIo fur Dlwui peculiar to Wontaa, and all wlio k'd eiHiiUry livea. It (loot twit injun the Uwth, caust- tiea(lache,or pDMluca ronatiiatlon -othrr Iron mrtlirinrt do. Ui-tirli'hoaatKl jmrlflen thi'blooil.Rtlmulatea theapnftlio,atUtli0 awlmllatlon of fond, re llovva llfarthiini and Ik It'lilug, ...

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. — 13 February 1885

mm south mtmi CHA8. M. MEACUAM, - - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1885. Monarch's Distillery, Owensboro, was burned Wednesday. Loss $50,-000. Evansville is piupi'rhijj for a grand Mardi Gras ball next Tuesday even ing, (he 17th. Col. It. G. Ingersoll, tlio great in ildcl, Is going on a foreign tour to be absent ilvo years. The Scrgeant-at-ai'ins bad to use his maco to silonco Jno. I). Whito in Congress the oilier day. lie should havo used a club. It cost tho United Slates $759,205 t ) relieve the Greeley exploring party and bring them home (most of them dead,) and tho North l'ole is still at large. Tho two Houses of Congress, in joint session, counted tho vote for President and Vice. President Wed nesday and ollicitilly declared the election of Cleveland and Hendricks. It lias just como to light that one of Mrs. Yseult Dudley's bullels grazed a drummer's head and cut oiT a lock of his hair, when she was shooting at Rossa. His namo was Edwin Ilooley ; tho dynamito avcug crcamc very near milki...

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. — 13 February 1885

111! SOUTH MEM, FU IDA Y, FEBRUARY 13, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB T2AIN3. IlKPAllT Siiutii :3 a. 1J:S8 k. M . Da-mar Noktii 1M a.u.; P. V. akkivh kkuh south 8:l p. M.; 8:80 p. V. Ahuivxphuh Nuutu ll:o a.m.; U:10 r.u. POST OKFICK-Norlli Main Street. Opon fur letter, stamps 7 A. . to d P. V. " " nionuy orders A. M. to P. M. " delivery, buiMlt-a:15to:14 p. . SOUTHKltN K X I'll KNS OFFICE, UimellvilhJ St. Open I A . K. to 0 P. M. IT. J Gordon 1m dead and Kugland Umla Tito Prophet hnrd to linndlo; r.'rliauiRlio'l1 ilnd out bjo-and-byo, Tho (iatiiu not worth the ciuhIIo," SOCIALITIES. Mr. J. M. Frankel was in Prlucc toil on business this wook. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. GrUsaiu loft ycstonluy for New Orleans. Dr. ami Mrs. Pliil Rogers are In Now Orleans this week. Mr. W. T. Cooper paid a flying vis It to llondoniou (he llrat of tho week. . Mr. W. I Bamberger, formerly of N. It. Shyer's, lias accepted a position with M. Lipstlnc. Mrs. M. I Clardy and Miss Mamie iarm left yesterday for the New Oilcan Exp...

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. — 13 February 1885

mwa south mmn KA3UVILLE 1IOPRINSVILLE, STUEET. KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish lite following waiters and no ayllcula with tile Still -WKKI.T Sol'TU KM- TilCKlAN at the anl4oini.il clump rates JJaily Courier-Journal tVeckly Coiirler-Journnl Louisville Coiuuioreial t tinners Home Journal a'etereon's Magazine (odey'a Lady's Book Mew York Weekly bun Dally N. V. World, Henu-weckiy " Wduklr " I.iueli's Living Age Toloito Ifltulu ....12.M Sf.ii . ...W.oo .... a.is la.tio 13.00 tS.lu . .. ft.ftO M.iO ti.n .... u.ro I.W) What to Call Her. When a woman addresses her partner with pushes of affection, as "Hubby," or " My dearest hubby," he may possi bly like it if ho can bow it, but most men would like to hear almost anything else. One fears that different terms ol address may follow, which represent another mood. On the other hand, when a man addresses his. spouse as " Wires," it is almost impossible to avoid thinking of "doggy," and there is au unpleasant feeling of sickness at hear ing ...

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. — 17 February 1885

r A A VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., FEBRUARY 17, 1885. NUMBER 14 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUt. ISSUED EVKHY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, evBhtaiiBBS Aim vrovbieiobh SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Out oopy, one year, strictly ouh in ad vance fi,oo ono copy, si x months 11,00 So subscription tAkon on time and all paper toped when out. One copy froe to any one sending us five yarly caah subscribers. FJl'il p iiffiiif i u i ihi v i i i I " THE BEST TONIC. ? Tlilt medicine, combining Iron with pure YemuMfl ton Urn, quickly ami completely i'urrm I ?-! pal a, Inilltfrtloii, UhLhfh, iMunrff HlioU,.llarU(ChUIaiid Fever, Btl Nrimlfli, It U Kit uiiiHlltnir remedy for DUeasci of tb HMttrys mid Liver. It In In vtl nit bio for PIvcMot peculiar to wnnwi, n.l nil who lcM n-denUry llvof. Utmm not Injur the lovih.catiKheadHrhe.or pmrim1 miiHtliMtlon tithfr Inm mattnnrt do, Iti'iirlrhuiand ii.r.iUn (hi'lilncxl.itlmuUtua tneapiwtlte.aMi the mwhniUUon of food, re lieve! l...

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. — 17 February 1885

BUHL! U MM CHA8. M. MEACHAM, . Editor TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1885. Five laborers wero suffocated by foul gas while working in a sewer in Chicago Thursday. '" Six persons were killed and 27 wounded by a boiler explosion al Brazil, Ind., last week. In Newark, N. J., Annie McLaugh lin, a 14-year-old girl, skated on roll er skates until sho dropped dead of paralysis of the heart , Wm. Ray, an escaped lunatic from Seneca Falls, N. Y., who claimed to have a divine commission to assassi nate President Cleveland, was arrest ed at St. Louis Thursday. The army Register puts tho ag gregate strength of tho organized militia of tho several States at 87,G74 and the number of unorganized men available for military duty at 6,797-C06. A snow slido buried the town of Alta, Utah, last Friday. Fifteen per sons were buried under the avalanche. The loss of property was about $105, 000. Two dead bodies had been re covered at last accounts. City ok Mexico, Fob. 14. La Pa trlti this morning vouches for the t...

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. — 17 February 1885

mma sooth ran TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1885. TIKE TABLE 70S TRAINS. PiriHT Bot'TH 8:J 1, H.;!:J6 a. u. Vipaht Nobth-SHS a. II.; S:l r. H. Akkivi pkom soi'tii S:l r. M.; 8:30 r. if. A.UHIVI FKUM NUKTU lllUO A. H.j 11:10 t. U. POST OFFICE Sortli Main Street. Open for letters, stamps? A. m. to 8 r. w. " " mnnoy orders A. M. to 4 r. u. " " li'Hvry,HuiicUy S:(6Ut:15f.. SOUTHERN EXPRESS OFFICE, Itussellvillo St. Open I A. h. toir. H In.. llopklntvllle'sa bully place, Hut mind you how you sail, Or the Brut placo you And yourself, Wlllbolntliocounty Jail. SOCIALITIES. Mr. T. T. McCatny, of Clarksvillc, was tn the city Sunday. " Mr. W. C. WIUoii, of Princeton,' was In tlio illy Saturday. Mr. John Hall, of tlio Madisonville Cleaner, took In Wardo last week. Mr. G. I. Ueail li'ft for Naahvillo this morning on a "bimliioss" trip. Mr. W. I). Elliott, of Oak Grove, camo In to hear Wardo lust week. Mr. Ed. F. Uoiulley, of Nashville, was In llio eity last week. Mr. C. I). Eades Is visiting friends and...

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. — 17 February 1885

SiMsn south mmmi NASHVILLE 8TRKET. HOPRINSVILLE, KENTUCKY ' CLUBLIST. W will furnish the following papers and po uxticals with the Skmi-Wkeki.v South Kkn tucki an at the aubjoiuod cheap ratos: "ally Courier-Journal 12.M Weekly Courier-Journal I3.S5 " Louisville Commercial 3.00 Partners Itonid Journal roterson's Magazine. tiodcy'a Lady'a Book .... Saw York Weekly Sun laily N. Y. World, Semi-weekly " . Weekly " Mttell's Living Age Toledo lilwlu .... 13.16 W.OO tSM 18.10 . .. r.5o .. 13.50 2J6 ..,..f!I.M 13.00 oomo, we u say no mora uutu we nave seen lor ourselves. Tho two gentlemen first visit d the scene of tlie murder. Thero ware no sigus of n struggle, such as botli ex pected to find. But Mr. Greslinin said : "The stroke was too quick ami suro for that, I suppose. The old man fell and died like au ox, stunned by a siugle blow." "I nmnot so sure of that," replied Mr. Mordauiit. ""See, here is where his shoes were flrmlv rilanted in the anil : the doep indentation is unmistakal'io ; ...

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. — 20 February 1885

f A A jldttfth VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., FEBRUARY 20, 1885. NUMBER 15 CHAS. M. M EACH AM. W. A. WIL0U5. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY M0HNINQ BY MEACHAM & VVILGUS, evnutwERti and PRoeitiBiona. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copy, ono your, atrlclly cask In ad vance 11,00 One copy, six months 11,00 Ho subscrlptlona Ukon on lime and all papers ttoppod when out. One copy free to any one tending move 7aarly caab subscribers. l 1 If If I THE BEST TONIC. ? This medicine, combining Iron with pure TeffeUbla ton ion, quickly and rompk-iuljf t terra llTHprpvln. JndlHftilon, ULn', lMpnre Blood, Alalwia.t'hllUKHil overs, ml Nraralfflfu It li an uniailinr remedy for Disease of the Klffarr nnil Liver. It li liivahinhle for Pttraftca peculiar to Women, and all who loud wdi'iilurv Uvea. It dot not Injure the tcvtli, caimc headiirltc.or prrMlura cntinititatlon oiViT Iron mrttirtvn Uo. Henrlrhwand purities thi blood, itfimilatoa tha Kirtet.u, aiU the amlnillaUoii of food, re Uevn...

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. — 20 February 1885

mmt south mm, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1885, FROMJGYPT. TEE BBITISH FOfiCES STILL SCATTEEED. The Tact3 About Gordon's Death. Kokti, Feb. 17. Ad vices from Abu Klca, near Gubat, slate tlie enemy is receiving guns and ro-liiforceiiionts from Khartoum, and Malidi has or dcrcd all tribes in tlio vicinity to as semble Immediately and attack the . British forces at that point. i Gt't) Gordon's trusted messenger, George, has arrived at Abu Klca He says almost all nativo aceounts agree that Gen. Gordon, finding him .eolf betrayed, made a rush for the magazine mar tlio Cutholiu mission building. Finding the rebels already in possession, he returned to the Gov erumeut house, and was killed trying to re-enter. Rebels were admitted to . Khartoum at 10 at night, the 26th of January. Another account saysGeu. Gordon rushed toward the magazine, intending to cxpiodo it, and thus pre' vent ammunition, of which there was tonl, falling into tlio hands of cne- . inles. The Arabs quickly realized his intenti...

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. — 20 February 1885

mmm souts wmn FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TRAINS. PtPiRT 8oi'tn-6:45 a.m.;H:2I A.M. Iupikt Nouth iM 1.11.; 8:18 p.m. Akkivi pkiim sol'Tii 8:18 r. M.; 8:80 p. M. Abih mo Nuktu 11:80 1. v.; 11:10 r. a. l'OST OKK1CE North Main Struct. Oiwn for lctton, stainiw 7 A. u. to 6 p. if , " " iimney orders A. H. to 4 P. M. " " delivery, suuday-:M toiilS r.M. SOUTHERN KXl'ltKSS OKKIUK, ItuwIlvlUo tit. Open I a. m. to 5 p. M. V..ri ,.fli-...M,l., Oh I I want U lw a H. M. Anil wttliltie I. Ms. alnud, A salary in luyuickct J Anil stamper In my linnil, Anil there nmong llio mailliaKs I'll work, unit toll anil sweat, I'll stamp tlie letters, road tlio cards, A ml a K'Xxl time bave, yon lift. SOCIALITIES. Miss Mary Reeves, of lEIkton, Is visiting Mr. W. I.. Thompson's fauil- Dr. Tandv Yale returned liouio from medical college tho first of llio week. Mrs. Annio Hullo Hall, of Klklon.ls visiting the fniiiily of Mr. E. M. Flack- Mr. Saiu'l Frankel, who liui been attending school in Cincinna...

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. — 20 February 1885

NASHVILLE 8TRRKT. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY CLUBLIST. ' We will furolkh the following papers and pe- HHieaht Willi UuSmU-WltliliLY SOUTH KXN- VcsiiNiit the s ibjoineil cheap rate.: Oaily Courler-jMirnal fH.50 Weekly Courier Journal WjU v LouUvi lu Commercial fS.uo farmers Homo.iourual I'lteriion'ri Marantic. fl.iHI tiodey'a Lai'.f'a Uook W.WI V....L- 0u.i. Iv nun H. Ill Dally N. Y..Vorld, Mmi-woekly " Weekly " ' Uiteirn Living Age .60 Toledo Blade . -I ZCKE'S MAI) BIDE. aw a B7 tried t aunl tl. Hair la fcM Mmmm at a rl.liia a Uuiae. IFruiu llio Vlii aJWphU Timet.) J5eke was thought to he the dtinco of t) IhuiUt. Ho wasn't dull exactly, tmt because of bis quiut ways nuil his love l deep ha got to be knowu aa Uieuiont liack vara of the bright liuruwell boys. Zuke was aolazy that lu; couldn't couut, though twelve wars of age. When, along m out . f.:. ....... . TJ.... UUUU, Ull lUlIIOr WUUIU DIT . A.i.ll, ekc, nuil tell Die what time it is." Zeke unnl.1 Innlr al iliu ..l.wilr ufl.l Mlinii...

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. — 24 February 1885

jptntth VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, FEBRUARY 24, 1885. NUMBER 16: CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUt. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND fBIDAY HOHNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVBLISBEBB AND PBOPMIXTOBt. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One oop, one roar, strictly cash In ad vance .'. l,00 One copy, six months l,00 No subscriptions taken on time and all papen topped when out. On copy free to any on landing naive yearly cash subscribers. -a- B m m m x-ir- ar m-wm av m ii rrend I.U 1 L I m I J a-- r T w-f lrjo i -THE 2 BEST TONIC. ? Thla medicine, eomWnlruj Iron wllh pare TenoUnle Innlus, quickly and completely t in. Urseapsla, laalarstloa, K uLim, I m par Hlaaa, MaJarla,lkllU u4 fma anil NranUala, . Itli an unialUiii remedy fcr Diseases oftba Klriapya and Liver. It Ii Invaluable for Diseases peculiar to VJa, and all who lead sedentary Uvea. Itdoes m Injur the Ueth, esuse hesdachc.or produce constipation otser Jrm mettiann do. Ilviirlcliesend purine the blood, stimulates the appetite, aide 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. — 24 February 1885

wdmul mb mam CHA8. M. MEACHAM, - TUESDAY, FEBRUAUY 24, 1885. "In God we trust ; all others casli," Is the motto of a new paper which has just appeared in one of the Pur chase counties. St. Augustine, Florida, tlio oldest town in America, which was settled by the Spaniards in 15G5, will cele brate its 320th anniversary on tho 27th of March. Mr. James Russell Lowell, wife of the American Minister to England, died in Loudon Thursday, of brain fever. She was Mr. Lowell's second wife. Thcshcrill' of Carter county pro poses to make the hanging of Win Ncal next Friday a stylish affair. He has issued invitation cards to the members of the press. Vice-Presidont-olcct Hendricks was presented with a gavel by the citizens of Indianapolis last week. It was made of Indiana hickory and the presentation was attended with the usual formalities and epeech muking. The candidate for the Legislature, is coming to tho front in nearly every county of tho slate. He is without exception "a rising young stat...

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. — 24 February 1885

swum south 11 TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1885. THIS TABLE FOB TRAINS. Pefaht Bot'TH-:4 ..;12:!fl . . Dkfakt Nubth 1:15 a.m.; 8:18 p. M. Ahhivi ruuu South nils p. ii.: 8:80 p. M AHivirKOM Nostii 11:80 a. k.; 11:10 p. M, FU8T 0KF1CK North Main Street. Open (or lettora, stamps 7 A. M. to 6 P. M. " monuv orders 8 A. M. to 4 P. H. " " delivery, Sundays :sto:lr.li SOUTHKltN EXPRESS Ol'KlCE, ItilMrllvlllo Ht. Open I A. M. to 6 P. u. A hero's dead ono who possessed A nelil soul, A brave, true heart; England lost one ol her beat, When death claimed General Stewart. SOCIALITIES. Mr. J. K. Forbes, of Bowling Green, is in the city. Wis. Duck Lcavell is visiting the family of Mr. M. A. I.oavoll. Mr. C. C. Given, ot Madison ville, was in I lie city yesterday. lit. A. II. Watktus, of nevcrly, pent several days in the city last week, visiting friends. Mussrs. A. H. Anderson, Otho An derson and Fcrd Sehmitt returned from New Orleans Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Morton, of Madixouvillc, came dowu last week...

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. — 24 February 1885

NASIIVII.I.K STItEKT. norKixsviu.i:, Kentucky CLUB LIST. . - - Wo will rurnUh the folio .ving papers and pe 'iio.iu tiioa.;ji-tVifikLr soura Kn.s- Juilj Cour.ur-.Joiin.l fli.Su Woo lily Courier-Journal. . .; a.la ' I4iuiHvillc Commercial ja.uo tanner iloiuuJouruul jys.lft J uLuinou' Aiatizniti 3.00 .oUVy' ltKty'a Hook It.tM) Now k'ork .VucUyouu aa.lo laily X. V. irM, i.0 biiini-tvuckiy " , tf.ju iVuoitly ti.7& iiUett i Living Age ;1.W) 'lotcij UlaUo fcl.uu USEFUL HINTS. To remove iron-mold from linan. I Take some crystallized oltrio acid (Qid of lemons), pcond a small quantity to. a fine powder, and apply it to tha spot drop some hot water on and rub ft in upun a pewter plate over a store until the oxide of iron unites with the acid, when a little warm water washes all out. Let the sun have free access to the inside of the whole house at some time during the day, and keep shutters, blinds and windows open except when it is necessary to exclude it. Never mind faded carpets ; they...

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. — 27 February 1885

4 I MtMl Jp0tlj imtttcliktt VOLUME VII. HOPK1NSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY FEBRUARY 27, 1885. NUMBER 17 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUt. ISHUKD KVKIIY TUESDAY AM) FttlDAY UOHNINO BY MEACHAM & VVILGUS, eVBLItUBKS Attn PROrBlSIOttS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, ouo year, strictly cash In ad Tanca I,00 Oneoopr, atx month! $100 No aubacrlptlon. taken on time and all papers topped when ont. One copy free to any one tending waive yearly caab tulMorlbon. SI i Tff1 IE Slu? ! 7-A l-J O -THE BEST TONIC. 3 This medicine, combining Iron with pure TdtvuMe tot ilcn, aiitrk ly bikI wnmiit'trly C'nrrti lvrttHt Indigestion, Wenbam, 1 Mparts illoMi AlalarlaCiillUiiuid Fcverat mi lrurlifle It li an uufRtlinir remedy for DUcomi of the KMnvya an4 I.Wer. It ii liiTHlimltle for Pimm peculiar to Women, and all who load audtriitary live. lldtHwnot Injurs the bwth.canw hcdt'be,or pnHlncv oonpttljMttlim ottiT Jnm mettirineB do. It I'lirlrhei and puriHe tho blood, itlnmlatct the tprH'tltfl.aldi tlti RkKlmll...

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 February 1885

m south mmm, CHA8. M. MKACHAM, - - - Editor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1885. Mrs. Yscult Dudley is still In jail in New York In delimit of ball in tlie Sinn of $3,000, fur shooting O'Dono van Rossa. Tho welcome announcement is niailo that President Cleveland's in augural address will contain not more thou 1,900 words. That's busi ness, Grove, make it "short and sweet.'' The Oweiibboro llc89ongcr says a resident of Henderson testified by telephone in an Owcnsboro will case lant week. This is probably tho first time on record where the telephone has been put to such a use The last Missouri cates against Frank .lames have been dismissed aiid tho greatest on I law of modern times is a freo until. Thero are in dictments against liim in Minucsotii, but no requisition has yet been made bv the Governor of that stale. Gov. Knott has gone to Florida, accompanied by his wife, who is in dclicato health. Mrs. Knot t seeks to regain her lost health by a sojourn in (ho soutlilmid. During Gov, Knott's 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. — 27 February 1885

mma south urn, r FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 27, 1885. TIMS TABLE FOB TEAINS. rcp kt 8(ilTn-0: a. H.;ll:M A.M. IxriKT Noam i:M a.m.; 1:18 p. u. Annua rKOMSotTH-a.ia p. 8:80 r.H. AkHiv run Noum ll:uo a. m.; :lf r. K. POST OFFICE-North Muln Struct. Open fur letturs, stamps T a. at. to 8 r. at. " ' uiunuy orders 41 A. M. to i r. at . " " delivery, Sundays :4 to:14 r.ll. 80UTUKHN KXI'KKSS OFFICE, Ituruellvillo St. Open I A. M. to I P. X. Those whu want to visit friends, Ur pleasure elsewhere wok, On bo and.slay till danger ends TheUraud Jury inert next week, SOCIALITIES. Mr. Thos. W. Buckuor, of Hondor son, is in (lie city. Miss Mollio Huflf is visiting frloudi in Paducuh. Mr. M. Llpsliiio returned this week from a visit tu LouUvillo. Capt. C. II. Dosttviek, Quartermas ter's agout, is iu tlio city. Mossrs. F. W. Dabnoy and John O. Itust are taking in tlio N. O. Exposi tion tills week. J ud (jo J no. K. Grace and Hon. Jas. , B. (itinielt are spending litis week in tlio city. Mr. and Mrs. (ill", Rob...

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 February 1885

NASHVILLE STIiKET. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY CLUBLIST. We will f uruigh the following papers ami te- 1. "III'IIIS Willi till' SKMI-U KKJI.V MOUTH KKN- tutkian at tlio fiubloinuil etioau rates: Daily Courier-Journal f 12.50 Weekly Courier-Journal 13.25 " Louiavilte Commercial itt.uO Farmera UomeJourual H. 1& i'ettiraon's Mugazino 13.60 Uotley'a I.atlv'8 llook IH.tiO Hew York Weekly San W.lu Daily N. Y. World, 7.50 Scmiweukly " 1.50 weekly H.76 Llllell'" Living Age au.gn Toledo made W.oo Earth-Hen From Africa. (New York World. 1 Sitting in a wuiting-ruuin of (lie (Jcnlial Kailroail feny-house it t'oiv days ago, was an uncouth a collection of liiimuii beings us fulls to tlio lot of Now Yorkers to witness. Wrapped iu coarse, striped blanket, their heads covered with cloth caps six sizes too largo for them, the sinull peaked faces peered out of their cov erings with a monkey-Iiko gazo al the eroivd of inquisitive American who gathored around. They wen Afnuau eiirth-uieii or pygmies, re ...

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