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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 3 March 1885

JPciit t- IK VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY,, MARCH 3, 1885. NUMBER 18 CHAt. M. M EACH AM. W. A. WILOUS. IgSUEI) KVKItV TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOKNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, evnLisuMta Afm pbofbibtors. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ona copy, one year, ilrlctly cub In ad vance 1,00 Onooopytli month! . 11,00 No inbeoriptiona taken on time and all papera Itoppod whon out. One eopy tree to any one sending naOve yearly caau lubecrlbora. p yV-'s' i liffilif -II I izi ii-ju m fn 1AJA 11 M I J t ' -THE BEST TONIC. ThU medlclm, combining Iron with piira vegetal,: tonic!, quickly anil completely ('area llTMprpsIa Infiltration, Wrnkarw mm Neara-la ilalartu.il, II I. and Vetera. ilala. III. an uiif.tUn. tumMr tnr Ttlfi.Minf tha KMaaya Mad Liver. It l Invaluable for plieeaM peculiar to Wonuta, and all who lead ledentary Uvea. lldoe. not injure the teeth,cauiehead!i-he.or produce couMlpatlon oMrr iron matieinn do. Ilenrirhe.and purine, the blood, stimulate! tha appetite, aldi the BMlmil.Uon of...

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 March 1885

bitoli south min, CUAH. IIJUtAGHAM, - - " Editor TUESDAY MARCH 8, 1885. Victor Hugo celebrated Ills 83rd birthday Feb. 25, and is still hale and hearty. The Kentucky Congressional del egation held a meeting In Washing' ton Saturday to discuss tho claims of Kentucky applicants for office THE SOUDAN. The Ohio Legislature has adopted a resolution to submit to the people au amendment to the Constitution changing Slate elections from Octo ber to November. The Kansas peach crop, it is ro p.irted, will be an entire failure on account of the recent severe weather- Tho apples and strawberries are re ported all right. Ex-Govcruor Ueriah .Magoffin died at llurrodsburg Saturday. He wa Governor of Kentucky in 1839. He was a lawyer, statesman, politician and philanthropist, and a man of prominence and wealth. An Ingenious exchungu has dis covered that tho following sentence of thirty-thifo letters contulus every let lor of the alphabet : ' "J. Gray, pack with my box five dozen quills." Mrs. Yscul...

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 March 1885

wma; n mmm, TUESDAY, MAHCII 3, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TRAINS. Depaht 8oi!Tn-fl:5 a.m.; U:Sfl . DuriKT North tM a.m.; 8:18 p.m. Akhivipmom South S:I8p. M.; 8:80 p. M. AKKlVIt pkum Noktii ll:o a. m.; 8:10 P.M. l'OST OFFICK-Xorth Muin Street. Own (or lettors, stamps 7 A. M. to 6 p. M. " 4 liiouuy op'Iuih 6 A. M. to 4 p. M. " " dollvory, Suniluyn 8:46 tot:l p.ji. 80UTIIKUN KXl'ltKSH OFFICE, ltuMHillvllla 81. Open I A. M. to 6 P. M. Sorrowfully doth the o 01 co-holder llcaluo that ho must "nil;" Must pack hit grip and loose forever, llli hold uhu the uulillo teat. SOCIALITIES. Mies Lou Redd Is visiting friends In Cadiz. Mr. Win. Uowan, of Louisville, was In the city Sunday. Dr. l'liil Rogers U back Tram a southern trip. Mr. W. A. PTuol has accepted a position with Mesn. Withers & Co. Miss Annie Trice returned from a visit to Now Orleans, Friday. Mr. John lloilcllo, of Lafayette, was fu the city Friday. Mr. John T. Wright left Friday for Washington and theeattoru cities. Mr. Dan GriuUir...

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 March 1885

iwmx u mam NASHVILLE IIOPKINSVILLE, 8TUEKT. KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papera and lie-i- 'ticnlH -Willi the SKUi-WKgiur south Kkn- tuckian At the subjoined cheap rate Oailv Courier-Journal . vVoekly Courler-Jourual 14 Louisville Coiiiuiorcial , Kannere Home Journal retortion's Magittino iiotley'a Lady's Book VewYork VS eei.lv Sun Daily N. V. World, Setni-woekly ' Woekly " I.ittell'. Living Age Toledo lllade .118.60 ..w.w ..$3.00 . ,.t3.ttO ..8.IK) .3.l .. 17.50 . 18.50 ..I1.T6 ..11.60 ..13.00 AHeroof JEgypt. Lord Cliai-les Heresford, wlioso res cue ol'Cul. Wilson's dutucliiiiunt fruin I lie Ulaud below Khartoum, on wliieli tlmy wore wrecked, we reported yes terday, ts nut unknown to fame, lie liolils the rank of coininander in the British navy, and is beloved by the sailors as the Captain ot'llio "Condor" a small four-gun gunboat, which he commanded (luring the bombardment of Alexandria. His vessel was not intended tor the bombardment ol ft r.nldahle forts, an...

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 March 1885

w i VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, MARCH fi. - " mttmpu ,q enhtckioiu CHAI. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS ' ISSUED EVEItT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING ST MEACHAM & WILGUS eVHLlMIEBH ASD PBOVBIBJOBa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On oony, one year, strictly oaali In ad vance t,oo one copy, six nionllia i,oo No aulimrlptiona taken on lime and all par Mopped wnouout. One copy free to any one eondlng uaHre yearly cau subscribers. fplfl Ziri in I I-J -THE BEST TONIC. Thle medicine, combining Iron wllh pure yeiti'talil. Innlisi, qnlikly and nimplcii'ly laraa Draprpala, I nalarallon, tVrakaaaa, apart. HImmI, Mai wlu,( kill. J Fevera, ad Nearalalft. H iian uiilallinr remedy for Di'uaacaoHba Kldneye aad l.lver. It Is Invaluable tut Mieaira peculiar to Woman, and all who load sedentary Uvea. II dew. not Injure the tnth.caiwe ln.-adsrbc.or (midiiee culintliatlnn oMn Inm mnlirlun lo. Il enriches and purine, the blood, stimulate, the appetite, aide Ilia awlmllaUuu of fond, re lieves Heartburn...

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 March 1885

ni south sn&E CHAaC ' HmZZhmXT'?' - Editor FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1885. Mrs. Eliza Blaino Walker, only sis ter of Jag. G. lllainc, died at Balli niuro Tuesday last. J. D. Hawes, a bride-groom of four day, guiclded at Flcmlngsburg, Tuesday. No causo assigned. . The last bill passed by Congress i'r'Wcdnesday was tlio bill retiring Gen. ri2raiit with tlio pay of a General of tltoarniy f 17,500 per annum. The House last Tuesday agreed to the Senate Amendment allowing rent for third-class post-ofliccs. This Is to benefit post-masters outside of the cities and largo towus and is a rich plum for them. It Is not Zeno Young, but Walter Young, bis brother, who will go into the newspaper business at Henderson with Clarence Given. They have tiiiiiglii the material of the defunct Btalc Sentinel. Mr. Henry M. Caldwell has sever ed his editorial and proprietary con nection with tli'i K iscllviilo Herald . Kiiturprise. His brethren 'of the press will regret to lose him from the gang. mmmmmmmmmmm Abou...

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 March 1885

FRIDAY MARCH 0, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TRAINS. IturiKT 8oiTn-fl:48 a. M.;l!:! k.u. ImrAHT NmiTii 1:45 a.m.; :ltti h. Arhivi pkoh siiutu 8:l p. 8:80 p.m. AWUVl PHIIH NOHTU 111) A. M. 11:10 P. M. 1'OHT OKKICE North Main Street. Open (or lotion, stam T A. H. to t p. H. " " money orders A. H. to P. H. " " dellvury, 8unilay-: to:16 P.M. SOUTH KUN KXl'ltKNH OFFICE, ItllMcllvllle HI. Open I a. M. to 4 p. m. Mliont the Kl'xl tidings all tlio land o'er, The "Urnnd Old rrty" Ib no more, We'll have no inoro cornip Ion and aln Itt'puhllcans are otit and Democrats In. We've burled forever the party of fraud, Sing tlio doxology "I'rulse tho Lord." SOCIALITIES. Col. Fonlon Sims, of Cadiz, In at tending (,'ourt. Mr. Ren Roseubatim, lias gouo East to buy goods. Mr. Jos. Fry ha gono E.tst to lay ill Ilia spring stock. Mr. C. 1J. Host wick left for Rus Rollvllle tlio first ol' tlio week. Dr. Will Radford, of Longvlcw, was In llio city Tuesday. Mrs. Tho. L. Graham left Wednes day on a visit t tlio N. O. ...

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 March 1885

DUB! SOUIS BM NA8HV1LI.K STREET. . !' UOPRINSVILLE, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers and per iodicals with the kmi-iVkkklv aocru KfcS tuck UN tit the subjoined cheap raloe: Uaily Courier-! our mil f 18.50 cekiy Courier-Journal " Louisville Commercial W.tw Karmers Home Journal S.li fetereoii's Magaainu.. , 3.tM) tiodey's Lady'a Book.. V&M .NewYirk Wewklyouu 4 ..fH.lu jijy N. V. Yturid, tfM Hvmi-nuek y. S.iu Weekly .75 Lit telrs Living Age (.i.ftu Ivieuo Ulade t,uu GEN. GRANT'S SOUVENIBS. Presented to the Halted States Through Wm. H. Vanderbilt. Mexican onyx cabinet, presented ly the people of I'uclilo, Mexico. Aerolite, pailoluhicll passed over Meiieo in 1871. B -oiize vase, painted by tlio Japa nese cit zen ot Yokohama, Japan. Minble bust and pedestal, presented by. the workiiigmtiii ot l'hiladuf oliia. (Jen. U rant unci family, painted by Cogswell. Large elephant tusks, presented by the Kinjr of bium. Small elephant disks, from the AJuclmrajali of .leher...

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 March 1885

I- " - n - VOLUME VII. . HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, MARCH 10, 1885. NUMBER 20 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS. 18SUED EVKIIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOKNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, tVBVlSnERt AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ' One oony, one yoar, strictly cub In ad- nce fl,0O Oneeony, alx montlu 11,00 No enlMcrlptton. taken on time and all papera ttopissd whou out. One copy true to any one aondlng us fife yearly caab aubaorlbers. BEST TONIC, h Thti medicine, combining Iron with purs Testable tntili, qutokly and oomi'lrtrly 'arrlrarliif fnriiffrallttn U riUrMi iMpNr llloJ, MalrU,l bills aiid ft'over mm Nrfmll. ltd au unUlllnff remedy for Diwuieiof the KMarr nad IJvrr. It U Invaluable fur Piaeai-ei peculiar to Womra, and all who load aediiitury It iw not Injure the twt h, cause liemlm he.nr kpHltir miit1tiation oMrr Jnm mtthanr do. Ullriches and norltiw thetilnrwMtimnlati the appetite, aid tli mlmllatlon of ftod, ro ller lleanhurn and lit Idling, aud rtit'iigth n the mtiM'Ict an...

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 March 1885

SEHT U' EMM, CHAS. H.MEACHAM, - - - Editor. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1885. The Cabinet liominntious were .confirmed Friday by the unani mous voto of tlio Senate. Gov. E. Willis Wilson was inau rated Governor of West Virginia on IlieJtli inst. It is said that "Old Saddlebags" McDonald will bo appointed Minis ter to Russia. -Signing Gen. Grant's retirement bill was President Cleveland's first official act after appointing his Cabinet. Secretary Manning has appointed Chas. S. Faircliild, of Now York, to succeed French, as First Assistant Secretary of il.o Treasury. The President lias appointed Gen. .1. C. Mark, ol Illinois, to I ho posi tion of Commissioner of Pensions, iho appointment hcing; unsolicited. .Ino. S. Williams, of Kentucky, W. S. Itosecrans, of California, W. A. Quarles of Tenne isee.and B. W. Han ii u. of Indiana, are all after the Mexi can Mission. Secretary Lamar has appointed E. P. liana his private secretary and stenographer, liana has held this pos ition under the four imm...

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 March 1885

TUESDAY MARCH 10. 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TWAINS. DiriKT Soi'Tn-:(5 a. m.;1S:W a.m. Darin North iM a.m.; 8:18 r. m. Arhivi rKUM Sol Tii-a:l r. 8:80 r. M. Annu l rutin NuHTU-llSO a. H.; 11:10 r. M. POST OFFICE North Main Street. Open lor letters, tm 7 a. . to 6 p. . ' money orders fl A. M. to 4 P. M. " " delivery, 8uudays-8:46 tot:l r.M, SOUTHERN EXPRESS OFFICE, ItiwsullYllle St. Open I A. . to 5 r. . In till wicked world wuen far from home, No matter what calling he may follow, In whatever land or dim j he may roatu, A young man's bojit friend is a dollar. SOCIALITIES. left Monday for Moil- to Mr. R. B. Kills Now Orleans. Sir. Ed. lllgglns, or Crofton, was tho city yesterday. Dr. W. (1. Wheeler returned day from Padticah. Miss Alice Anderson went up Pembroke yesterday. Col. Jas. R. Ilowlett, of Princeton,! was in tho city Saturday. Mr. John Moayon is in the oast buying new good. Rev. J.N. Prostridge returned last week from a vIhH to Louisvlllo. Mr. C. K. Wheeler, of Padticah, was in th...

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 March 1885

! NASHVILLE STREET. 1I0PRTNSV1LLE, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. ' We will furnish the following papers and pe- f difHln Willi tllASKUI.WKRKLVMIl'TIt KlCM- tuckian at the ttubmiuuil cheap rates; r Jailv Courier-Jiiuriml . .Vteltly Courier-Journal Louisville Commercial . r arraers Home Journal 1 elernoifg Mng7.ine (oilt'y's Laity's Jiook. New York v ee. Iv ami Iinily S. V. .Vurnl, iM-uni-weckiy Weekly ' I.itlell's Living Age Tuleuu llluitu flJ.SO .tn.uo (8.11 .tH.liO -JS.KO ..St. 10 r.no ... .11.30 .tt.uu IIILARIE GRAEME. She was standing, when I first saw tier, under one of the grand old tre.t Blurting the grounds of Beech Hall, the home of my fair fiancee Clare Bereaford, t.i visit wliom a happy commingling ol ,iluty and pleasure had lured me from town this fair June morniug. Clare had duly informed me of the insinuation ot her orphan cousin Hilarie as a membt I of the family and a depeudcnt upou Mr. Hercsfnrd'a bounty, and had also de pcribed her as an "uninteresting, odd tempered girl of s...

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. — 13 March 1885

j i r 1 ?; it I ( CEfttCEIitt. VOLUME" VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, MARCH 13, 1885. NUMBER 21 J 1 .J .1- 1 C". CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUS. ISSUED EVEKY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY UOItKINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eUBLtSBEJta AND PKOPH1ETOB SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One oopy, one year, ilrlclly coah In ad vance ..IS, One copy, nix monlhi Mo aiibacrlptione taken on llmo and all paperr ttopped when out. . One copy tree to any one (ending u are ' yearly oaab aubecrlben. i fWi Hi it till l U l I I 11 I J a- -THE BEST TONIC. ? Thli medlclna, comblntnf Iron with pur TpgrUble tonlin, quirk ty and mm til Mel y i'rr Drupel! Ndlcentton U rnUar, iMPMi-e IIImI( AlalturlKfthtlUnad fiven, ma NrnUiilii. Uti an unfnilinr remedy for lUeaof the KMarya l.lver. It It invaluable fur plwaw peculiar to Womti, and Alt who lead MiUftibiry Uvea. It doe not Injure the teeth, cuw head ache, or pmdiu1 ronslt(tion oArr iron metUcinr$ tto. Itciirictieaai.tl purities the blood, illmulaloa tTie appetite. alti the w...

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 March 1885

snm mil m CHAS. M.MKACHAM- FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1885. Thos. Arviu, aged 18, was killed by the accidental discharge of his gnu, whilo hunting iu Franklin coun ty, Monday. Gen Grant's condition is reported improving sinue Congress donated him $150,000, by placing him on the retired list of the annv. Gov. Gray, of Indiana, has called an extra session of tho Legislature to finish up the business loft undone by the regular session, which adjourned Mondav. The Oivousboro Tri-Wcckly In quirer lias been enlarged to the size of this paper. The Inquirer is last becoming one of tho best country papers in tho Stute. It is given out that Tliurinan and Pendleton, of Ohio, are booked for the English and French Missions, respectively. It is also auuounccd that McDonald can go abroad and have his pick of the Missions. Secretary Dayurd lias appointed John E. Cad ualludcr, of Philadelphia, to the position of Assistant Secretary of State, He represents one of the oldest English luiuilicB iu this coun try,...

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 March 1885

emit south rniu FRIDAY MAKCII 13,. 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TEAI1T3. DtrART Burnt 6:45 a.m.;1S:M a.m. 1PAHT NUBTH f.ii A.M.; 8:18 P. M. Ahkivi muu Morru S:1B r. 8:80 p. u. Akkivifhum Nurtu 11:80 a. m.; :10 p.m. POST OFFICE North Main Htrcut. Open (or Mien, lmni 7 A. . to 6 P. H. " " nwiiov oplni S A. H. to 4 p. if. " " delivery, uniiyn 8: U4:11 r.M. 80UTHEKN KXPKKS8 OFFICE, Ituiwt'llvUle St. Open 11. . tot p.m. The mill of Court grind slowly A. they grind the civil docket; A ud the bulk of what l ground out, Goe Into Iho lairyor'a pockot. SOCIALITIES. E8. W. II. Cato Is atloudlng court this week. i Miss Lto.lo (! raves left Wednesday for a visit to Pembroke. Mr. Jno. 'f . Wright lias relumed from a trip east. Mr. John Moayoii is back from the east. Mr. Llvy Buckner has moved into (lie Donaldson hoiwo on Maple street- Mr. W. II. Martin, of Crofton, was lu the city Wednesday. Mr. It. A. llakcr, of Hanson, was in the city yesterday. Mr. W.J. Graham went to Nash ville on business, this 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. — 13 March 1885

nil t.'He...eS.aaSe'...'. NASHVILLE STREET. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY CLUB LIST. We will furnish the following papers ami pe- MldicilL with tile bKXI'VVKKkLr bourn Kkn- tickian'mi the subjoined oheap rate 'Jnily Courier-Journal. iVeekly Courier-Journal " Ijouittvilio Commercial fanners Home Journal Peterson's Maifaxiuu Motley's Ladv'a liook. ...... New York Weekly un Dully X. V. World .Homi-weekiy Weekly " Llltell'a Living Age Toleuo lllade ....fli.M ....sa.u . .s.uo ... 13.16 ....S.UO ....W.tio ss.iu ....so .....; ....f 11.60 ....f 1.1)0 FARMERS' WIVES. Lllscusslun of mi Interesting Question From the Woiuan'e Ktundpolnt. Being iutorosled In all matters per taining to farmers, I fool like express ing my views concerning the present eondition of " their dumttttio affairs. Whilo it is true that the larger share of the-ie would not excito fwlings of envy in the beholder, and that the sad, list less faces of farmers' wives often arousi our sympathy, aud that their daughters shrink from fo...

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 March 1885

1 1 11 I ul S .A HA IS A A VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY,, MARCH 17, 1885. NUMBER 22 .1 1 CHAI. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUI. SUED EVERT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ' MOBNINO BT MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVBhIBBEBt AND PBOPRIBTORB. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES On copy, one year, strictly euh In ad vance . t,00 Oneoopy, alx niontha 1,00 . Mo uUcrlptloaa taken on tlmo and All papers topped when out. One copy (roe to Any one lending u If yearly eaeli subscribers. iiffflii In"--! l-J C3 THE BEST TONIC, .h William C. Whitney, Secretary of the Navy. . William K. VIIiib, l'itiiiiu-li'r Gen eral. 8. Daniel Manillas:, Serrvtarif of the Treamirv. . Lucius O. C. Ijiuiar, Secretary ot Ilie Interior. S. William C. KndlMitt, See rotnry of War. 6. AuiniKiiie II. Unrlarol, At-toniiy-Geiicral. I. Tin, f. HayarU, Socrola ry of Stale. ' ' TEE NEW CABINET. Thti nedleln. eotnMnlnr Iron with imr fwuhlt lonUn, quickly tnd enrrmlufcily lHpHrcblMl,iUaltflmi;baUaii4 Fevers iIatI It li an uiimillnff remedy tot Dleo of...

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 March 1885

CHAtf. M. MKACHAM - - Editor. TUESDAY, MAliCH 17, 1885. The Southern Exposition, at Lou isville for 1885 will open Aug. 15th - and close Oct. 21th. Ccn. Don P. Fernandez, President of the republic of Costa Rica, died suddenly Friday morning. The work of retrenchment and re form goes bravely on at Washington. Thirty-eight special agents of the Pension Bureau have been notified that their services will not be re quired after the first of April. This will be a saving of $40,000 to the government. Oflico-seckers who went to "Wash ington in search of government po sitions, have despaired of getting places in the near future, and are n turning to their homes to wait until the spirit moves the President. The changes made will be very few, at least for some time to come. No em ployes will bo dismissed from the departments except fur nogloct of duty or some other good cause. Ex-Senator Jas. G. Blaine, called at the White House Friday evening to pay his respects to President Cleveland. The me...

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 March 1885

TUESDAY MARCH 17, 1885. TIMS TABLE FOB TEAINS. I) start 8ojTH-a:4t i. v.; i:M i. m. Dkfart Nohth J:4S a.m.; 1:11 p.m. Ahkivi from South 1:18 r. a.; 8:80 r. M. Aaiiiva phum North 11:80 a. a.; il:10 r. x. POST OFriL'K North Alain Stroet. Open (op letters, tsm-7 A. M. to 6 P. at. " " money onion A. u. to 4 P. M. m u jelWory, Huiidy-a: to:U p.m. SOUTUEKN KXI'HKSS OKKICK, UuMollvlllo St. , OpenlA.it.totP.il. MS Now', yourchanoe, ye men and ladies Who have pursoa lull and big, Let m have a road to Cadis, Left Join hands with good old Trigg. socllLmk Mlssc8l.ee and Emma Campbell arrived Sunday from New Orleans. Mrs. A. W. Pylc, spent several days of last week with relatives in the country, Judge T. C. Dabney and Col. Fen lou Sims, of Cadiz, attended Court last week. Dr. Win. M. Fnqua, of Memphis, came up Saturday on a visit to lilt family here. Mist Belle Stevens, of Padunah, is visiting her brother, Mr. It. P. Btev cnt of this city. Miss Etta Greenwood returned Friday from an extended vis...

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 March 1885

NASHVILLE STREET. IIOrKINSVIU.E, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will furnish the fallowing paiwra and pe riodical. Willi lhcSKMl-WKBKI,Y SOITU KICK- TWKIAN HI UlCtiUIIJilineu 011:141 raw lihilv Courier-Jouriitil Wuvkly Uoupier-JimriiAl " Louisville Commercial Farmers Home Journal lvtcrMm's Miigiixlno Godoy's Ln'lv's HKik New York V, eckly Sun lliiily N. V. World Semi-Weekly - Weekly " I.lttelt Living Age 'J'oleilo Hindu .S5 8.00 8.15 Sim a.oo 3.IU 7.50 8.MI .75 U.5U 3.1)0 An Anecdote. "I was oni'o rUling in tlio cars tlirongli Kansas," remarked a (:cntle iiiaii, "ami sutlcriiif? excrticiatinif misery from a pricking, irritating littlo point of starched stiilV, sueli as a careless laundress will sometimes leavo on a shirt band. I pulled, and nibbed, and tried to smooth It down ; but tho plagncy tiling lumg there, and I was fast losing all interest in life. t Topeka a gentleman got on board having on a fresh shirt, I saw him rub his sleeve once orlwico with an air of annoyance. All ! thought...

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