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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 7 April 1885

gnutcroait VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAlT COUNTY KY., APRIL 7, 1885." NUMBER .28 CHAS. M. M EACH AM. W. A. WILOUI ISSUED EVERY TUK9IUY AND Fit DAY MOIIXINO ur MEACHA&1& WILGUS, PUBLISHERS AND FHOPHIBTOAh. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ona oopy, one year, atrlotlj caali in aU- tanc , j,iXi OiMonpjr, lit montha fl.M No ubacrlpllonn taken on time and all unpen iMpgeit when out. One copy free to an one sendiof ojllv eartf oaali auherrlhem. I IrVr lift llPl EST TONIC, .h Tlili medicine, combining Iron wlih pure VeRHtahle tnnl. quickly and roniiilrtely ('res lvattiil, fudlcmtlnn. U'rnbneaai Impart HIomI, .Ial.uW kllUathd Fevrra, mm .Nraralaia. Ii it mi unfalliuff remedy for DUcuciof tlie KMnrya and l.lvrr. tl li liivalimlile fur Piwiw pocnUar to Woturn, And all who lend M-iMitnrj- Uvea. II ik urn intum tlw tw t h.rauw h(1acUe,nr pnxliir ciMiilllon Urn mrdiciitrnla. Itt'tirMirHftiid t.iirifU lheblntK,tlmiitn4 tlie KpHtltr, aUU thr hi. nidation of foot), re lev lfrarltiiini and hrU-hfii...

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. — 7 April 1885

smotit squib mmi CHA8. H, M EACH AM Editor.' TUESDAY, AP1UL 7, 1885. Ami now tlioy say Hint Mre. Gar field indignantly denies the report t!iat sho is to wed a Pennsylvania preacher next Juno. Franz Abt, tho German musician who wrolo "When the Swallows Homeward Fly," is dead at the age of (55 vcars. lie visited this country In 1872. The Owcnsboro Inquirer reports the marriage of Clarence Able to Mollie l'avnc. It seems that Clarence relieved the bride of Payne became he was Able. Rev. Geo. O. Hamcs, the Kentucky evangelist who is making a lot r n round the world, writes to the Stan ford Journal from Alexandria, Kgyp!, under date of Ma'ch 5. lie was on his way to India. If Senator Cull, of I'lnridi, i- im more careful In signing lu'litioim that the senior Kentucky Senator, it 1 not likely tlml tho I'resident will coiim and go at tin; Keek and Call ot Sv'iiatc. lluck, the new Jlini.-ur to Peru wa an obscure touiig lawyer In a e, nintry town a week ajo. Now lie ' one of the H ost widely...

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. — 7 April 1885

mum south m, TUKSDAY, APRIL 7,' 1885.' THIS TABLE FOE TRAINS. niPiKT RoltTII-flNi . ll.Jl!:M A.M. Dkhht Nuktm-J:15 i.n.;i:65 r. h. Amhivi mo south 8:55 p. 4.; 8:i r. . Akkivipkuh Nohtu li:Wi a.m.; 11:10 p.m. POST UKKICK North Main Street. Open fur letter., lmn. T a. M. to fi p. M. " money order. 4 A. M. to 4 p. M. " delivery, Hmnli.)'-:5to:15r.ii. 80UT1IEIIN KXI'KKSS OKK1CE, Itiiwllville St. Oueu I A. M. Ult P. M. J,et none but kimle.l word be wild Of Uentrnl Urnnt, hen lie In ilonil. The people watcu Willi moistened eye To wo Hits growl olil Bolillertllu; Conrajaourily lio meet Ilia fnie, Antl din. a iiihu tlio world ealli Ri-ont. S0MMTIES. Mr. V. M. Metcalfe In at homo. Mis Lollio McKhv ul no, of Trenton, is visiting relatives in the city. Air. Jus. Thompson, of Louisville, is In tliu city. ' Mr. C. W. Hull, of Klkton, Ky, was in tlio oily yesterday on business. Mr. I.- IV (irrhart.of Clarksvlllo was In town Sunday. - Mr. Kdwaid O'Flahoi ty, of Adair villc, was In thocjiy yesterda...

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. — 7 April 1885

k NASHVILLE STREET. HOPKINSVIIXE, KKNTL'CKi CLUB LIST. We will funil.li tlm fallowing napon ami po l-Hnliruli Willi 1 1.0 ncal-lVKICItl. 1 soith Kkh- i'i;cii an hi tlienuliioiueil cheap ruum: Hull Coiirier.Journ.il $li.V Weekly Courier-.lotiriiHl ' Ijoiuavilln Cninineivlnt ll.w- Fanners Homo .Imiriml H-h Vu.rmm'ii Mjikuziiio ... Utk li.nlcv's Lady d lt.xk . . HA Sew York h .vklv tiu S.h- Daily X. V. Wurt'l htMlll-Wwl.lv " ll.il Weekly ' J.71 1. ill.u a Living AtfC II-' Toledo Wade XiO ot tltmr lives, the? go to bod XizaC. a zrzzz . r.-cs, bus tixix, t . body nd depressed in spirit. They can Steele, a real pretty little toucher, driv not sleep. Often they say: "I win too ins the girto bark. As I didn't know tired to sleep." It was nervous excito- what I wanloJ to go out for ' I went ruent. By anil by it is nervous pro.tra-' back, and everything seemed just liko tion. And then the end is at hand. The shuttered harp may be repaired. The old house mav lie patched up. Bui The Great Blood...

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 April 1885

SiCSrfl A 4 VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, "CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., APRIL 10, 1885. NUMBER 29 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUt. ISSUED EVEItY TUESDAY AND FKIDAY MOKN1NO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVBLlSBKBB AND PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One ooiiy, no year, strictly ouh In ad- faiHW J,M ttneoopy.iilt m on tin 11,00 Noiutworlptlont taken on time and all papen ttpid when out. One oopy free to any one tending tuflve early oanli aubecrlbera. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS FROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY l'AIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCGSTS Th, (icnulnt hu Trad Mark and created Red LIbm M wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin Iment. Few do. Not to know Is not to have. THE CANADIAN OUTBREAK. Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy...

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 April 1885

tWBKLT MRS 11 CHA8. M, MEACHAM ., Fit IDA Y, APltlL 10f 1885. Tlio Rowan county ucHitrcrcnls have signed u'tirlos of poaee and hos tilities have ceased. Antonio lianios, a son of the Pres ident of Guatemala, is a cadet at West Poi lit. Military Academy. Foreign Affairs, Ten miners wci'O buried alivo in a caving co il mine at Shenandoali, l'a., last Monday, 700 feet below the sur face of tlio earth. Carter Harrison, Chicago's Demo cratic Mayor, has been elected for the fourth lime by 400 majority, not withstanding John A. Logan look the stump against hint. Ex-Secretary of Stato Krcliiighuy scn, Mr. llayard's Immediate prede co.isor, is in a clyinjr condition at h's home at Xewark, X. J. His phvsl cians have abandoned all hope of tils recovery. The Washington correspondent of the Louisville Commercial says lion. Jas. K Clay wan Inmlvriil a good place under one of the dcpartmcuU but declined. Senator Vow-hoes of Indiana, uill leave Washington to-inorroir to come to MudUoiivilh1, Ky., w...

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 April 1885

mma ami mm FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1885. "TOO TABLE TOS T2AIN3. DrrAKT 8oiit-6:4S a..;J:IIS a. v. I)riKT Noam 1M A.n.;i:S5 p.m. Ahhivs moa socth 1:M p. m.; 8:20 p. v. naaivi pun North 11:1m a, m.; u:io r. a. POST OKKlt'K-Norlh Main Street. Open for letter., atum) T A. u. to 6 p. H. ' " mouey ortltir4 A. M. to p. " " delivery, Sunday. :45 to:li r.ii, BOUTHKItN KXPRKSS OFFICE, UuMt-llvllla bt. Open I A. k. tot p. u. Since Cleveland appointed to Tent The oliemiro young lawyer. Hunk, The rlnjrtteni liolieTO tlx adage Inte That ; a, "It takot a fool for luck." SOCIALITIES. Mr,N. 1). Sliver lias gone cant. Prof. II. 0. U'Xeill, of Louisville, is Su the city. Miss Katie Buckner has heen quite Main street. ill lor some uavs. HESS AND THESE, Howe's sun lliuo Is the city standard. If you need a sewing machino cull ut tills olllce and Have money. An elegant line of steel engravings, at J. I). Mcl'iiKiisifs's. Every body go to Howo's jewelry pitluoe. Wo handle all kinds of paper bags and flour sacks,...

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 April 1885

WRM SOUTH KANIIVIM.K STIIKET. HOPKISSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo will furnish the f, Mowing paper and pe- rimlUMl I with Hill SKal-tVKKKI.Y SlIlTIi KtN titki as hi theniiliJoniLM cheap mien Hull. e.ouricr-.liiiiriKl Weekly Coiirii-r'-.lourniil " Louisville e'omiiiercial.. Fanners Hume .lourifnl lY-lcrium 's Mii)Cii-liio llotley'i l.a'ly'i Hook New York vl tinkly Sim linlly N. Y. Win-Ill semi-Weekly " Weekly ' l.llh'll'K Living Age Tuli-ilo Itlnde SIS..V) H.Si :l.iu 3.i:. Hlli li.tli 8.W 7.."i 1 11.5(1 iT.'ii) 11.00 TEE SENATE. ,. Chances That It Will Become Democratic. An Aged Arkansas Clergyman, H'Iki Inn lirem-lic'il tlm !rosiel for -10 yciii. lias bi't-ii jfretitly nlllit-U'd wilh kidney trouble.. Mis i-uso is such tin obid'nutie 0110 anil liis age is so IfiX'iil .Hull Iib eiiiniot Ikijid 1'nf uliso lulo cinv: lint li wi-iti's IV0111 Kicli laml, hull lio Inn used tlnvo bottles of Hi-own s Iron Jlilteis, mtl auun, "i have full inoro relief limn from tiny lliini; I have ever URe...

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. — 14 April 1885

;' 1 eiitttcliii. VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, APRIL 14 1885. NUMBER 30 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILOUS. ISSUED KVEKY TUKSDAY A.N'll PKIDAY MOI1NINO HY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVDLISnSRH AKD PRUPBMXOKA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copy, one year, itrlctly ciuh In ad vance 11,00 One nniijr, tlx inmitlit 11,00 No uljmTlplloiw tuken on lime and all nauora tuppod when out. One copy free lo any 'one lending u are early caalt aubaQribrrt, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION 1ULIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED T EELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in Tim HACK & SIDES IMPURE HLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES fOK SAl.K It V AIL DRUGGISTS The Ornlne hn 1'radt Mark And crocitd Red Lines on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it 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. — 14 April 1885

CHA8. M. M EACH AM - . EdltSr. UESDAV, April 14, 1885 . Ex-Secretary reported dying. Krelinghiiysen is ' Gen. Grant's condition is slightly improved sinco onr last report. Emmons Itlainc, a son of the "Unplunied Kuight," is to become a son-in-law of Joseph Medill, the ed itor of the Chicago Tribune. New York State will purchase the lands around Niagara Falls and con vert them into a park where the fin est views of the falls can be had free of cost. Mrs. Lucille Yseult Dudley, who shot und wounded O'Donovan Uui-sti in New York, is to be tried for lunacy . Proceedings against her are stayed tu the meantime. Mr. Smith lias just been eki-ieil mayor of Cincinati, defeating his Democratic opponent. I'robuhl) souio of our readers have heard of him before. The people of t'uiou county should feel a just pride in tho Union Sciui Week ly Local. It h a credit to its town and county. It is one of the most welcome visitant 8 to this office. Even I ho wicked city of Cincinnati lias driven out the ...

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. — 14 April 1885

mwa soon mni. TUESDAY, April 11, 1885. TIME TABLE FOR TRAINS. Dkfaht 8orrii-8:5 a, n.jJSilw a. m. DirAKT NllKTH SMS A.M.i2:r3 T.U. Axkivk phou ui tii-2:.Vi r. M.i 8:20 r. . (Vkkivk muM Nuhth-U:h a. .; :10 p. . l'OST OKKICK-Nortll Muin Street. Oiwn for lotion, Btnmi T A. . to 0 P. II. wniiy iinler- a. . lo . p. . " delivery, Sundays-amatol ill f.al. 80UT11EHN KXI'MCNHOKKICIS, Hiiaullvillu bt. Open A. M. to 6 p.m. No more run rowU, Hie city IiiiImts say, ln tho imlillc HtifolH awl imviMuenU Hiy. No more run tlielry khIs mm employ Tlio rnrli-slone rei-k, nrfi'rtlve ilunimy boy, No more can Urn grurerf man ant nut llarreli ol imtatoi-s awl inc of mr kr"t, Nor con Hie Implement itonW-rtako The side-walk to sliow Ills plow or rake. The f mil slamls, trunks ami Ikixih, all nmt go Ami hlock the walks ami paaawaya nevermore. ' SOCIALITIES. Mr. 1'iirk Ileal"", fonnnly clerk at the Onilinn Sprlnif lloti-i, i i UiU city. Dr. J. L. Walker will lettvo to-tiny for ihc Souili. He will probably lo c...

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. — 14 April 1885

' NASHVILLE STREET. HOl'lUNSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ; CLUBLIST. We will furnish tin; r.Mnwlug papers ami pe- riiMllcal. with the saxi.vViiKiti.r hiivtk Ksn Ti't'.iAg at tlM'mihjoiiu! cheap rales: llall untrler-Journal WueklyCoitrlpr-Juurii.il ... 8-23 .Louisville Commercial H.uo Vttrmers Hume .liiiiriinl H.I& i'liti'Mon's Mitgaxiue 8 (10 timler'a-Lady. IkKik .0J New York VVocklvSiin S.1U Daily X. Y. World f Su SiMiii-lVeoLly " O.W Vrcklv ' I.To Liltell'a Living Age . Toledo Made .tK) FOR OUR YOUNG HEADERS, SO DROLL! fv heard something, children 1 can't think 'Ma true. it does make me laugh sot oh, what shall I dot For I want to begin It And tell It this minute, rhle funny old atory of Hohiimgoloo, ffae far, unknown country of Uuburogoloo, Yea,of Houutngoloo. In Hahinngo ha, ha, ha, hal Do Just wait 1'iU 1 cau stop laughing. There! now I will lUk' t'onte curious ways Of their washing days: Pray who would not laugh such tale to relate? Buch a comical washing-day tale to relate. Yes, such...

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 April 1885

I ciiftec VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., APRIL 17, 1835. NUMBER 31 V CHAS. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUt. 188UKD GVEIIY TUKSDAY AM) KJtlDAY MOIININQ BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, PUBLISHERS AKD PMOPMBTOBS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Oim cop, one year, atrial r cash In Ad vance IV Ono copy, six months 11,00 No ubacrllloni taken on timo and all papon tapped wlmn out. One copy (roe to any on lending ni Ore early caulk ubHcrlbon. A Q UESTION Alt 0 UT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. ThtqtHwtlrm hu tmitMr bam ukd thouuntU of UmtM, Ho na Urjwii'H livui BiUrt curw rry tt.tiM?'w.l. It (TrMi't. tint it dNNvaranydiwM fur which rput-ittlw phywclui wnulil prattrtbv MOM t'ttjrttiolMM nougati Ir-m tw Uw kmI rtm4.i Mi nt kinM'n to V pr ifetMna. mxv uniutry nf any fotJiiii elivmloal linn will ul.tUniUui 1.1m uarUt'a. ttiaU llmra Arm am nntpwttl hi ot iron tUo of any otirnr ubVoiw un iu RMtli ina Thai k1umi ouq eluiivnlr Uiu In to at'kaowU'lttH ti Imi th m4 iraoirtuit (ftrtor in iiocwKf it) intttlLial ...

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 April 1885

n! toon mm, ,. s. i twi ,,,'. .. .". CHAD. M. MKACHAM - - alitor. FRIDAY, Al'KlL 17, 1885. A treaty of peace lias been signed by tbo warring republics of Central America. Mr. A. C. Quiscnborry, of the Lex ington Tress, will go to Peru as Min ister Buck's Secretary of Legation. Gon. Grant is so much better thai ho remarked yesterday that lie was free from pain and thought he would get well. Cant. A. J. Gross was appointed U.' S. Marshal for Kentucky, Wednesday, as scmi-omeially announced several days igi The Sultan of Turkey lias issued a proclamation denouncing El Mahdi as an impostor and robber of the worst kind. The New York Sun lias declared for Cleveland for 1888. The Sun sup ported Butler last year, but is now convinced of its error. Hon Jas. F. Clay is an applicant for the position of Second Assistant Sec retary of the Interior and is strongly backed by Senator Beck and Speaker Carlisle. Madame Nettio Winter, a Louis villo Magdalene, has been converted to Christianity and has ...

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 April 1885

sra south ken: FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TBAINS. Depart 8oi'Tn-M5 a. m.;J:8h a. h. Dkpaht Nohth M a.m.;i:U p.m. AHHIVIt PKUM Hill TH a:.'i5 P. M. 8:20 T. H . Ahkivi phoh Nukth la;3 a. H.; 11:10 r. K l'ONT UFFICK Norlh Main Street. Open (or letters, ntniniw T A. v. toe p. u. ' inouov orders U A. M. to 4 P. u. " delivery, 8uudays-S:46 to 4:15 p.m. 80UT11KKN KXI'KKSH OFFICE. ItuiwIlvUlu St. Open I A. u. to 4 P. M. Lot Bull and Hear, each otlior Uiar, We'll hulil their hats anil ihuut; A well'inutched pair, we do not care, Just let them tight It out. socFalities. Miss Mamio Henry is visiting tela lives in llio city. Mrs. Henry Hurt is visiting her motlicr on South. Main. Mr. J, W. McGeliec, of IJellevlcw, returned from the Kiist Wednesday. Mm. Andrew Seai-gcnt Is visiting licr sister, Mrs. Stein, at Charleston, Mo. Miss Minnie Davis, of Corbaudalc, To n n., is visiting friends mid relatives inllieelly. Miss Annie Iiiudsliavv, or Pom broke, litis returned from a visit to ICu...

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 April 1885

t i i ' .1 ' NASIIVIl.t.KHTIIKKT. HOrtUNSYlLMi, KENTl'CKV. CLUBLIST. We will furnish tttit IjIIiiwIiik i)it'rs ami ip. rllHllrnlt Wlttl llH- HKUI-WKKKI.Y Mll'TU KKN- 1-i'c.iA ill lIH'miiijiiiiiiiil cni)iti ruim PhiI' Lmirli-r..luiirii:il . . Wi-i'klv i;iiiirli-r..ltiuriiiil " IhiinviIIm rommci-uliil I'nrniortt Hum.- Juurmil I'l-ii'mon'ii Mmtitxliitt limli-v'i Lilly' IlMk New York Wneklv hmii nnlly N. V. Wnplil hiuni-Weekly " Wtiuklv " I.ltli-ll'n Living Af" Tnliiilo lllllitu H.'iO iUill 8.16 ami 11.110 n.io ; mi II Ml .; II. Ml 11.110 DRIOHT AND CHEERY. Tinman the work! nut. n 1 n iltvitry, lr I In- limine lie liriiilil mill cheery. Willi iiii-Ii no Kiri KiiiliiK iiiiu cu-ry corny nl ib i-nnni, The knurl will level In It, Ami In- kumiv every inliiille. Nov tin- ikoimlii in stiy win f wretehort Itumi or y luiun. When mlm-ry pursues lis, 1'uici'iiiliit-it nut tu lesi-in. , . All ! lr l.nlitl ImiM mt" '' " " iivi-rwIieliniiH lllltl. wtuil Joy furnny mortal Tii i-nlt-r heme'. Ik l- imrl...

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. — 21 April 1885

. 5H5ffl cut- f w m m m 1 r m m axca m mm mm IL ettiBtcmati if 6 ' 1""' j s NIJMHF.R 39. . i r - aaaaaaa VOLUME VII. W. A. WILOUt. ISSUED tVKRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BT 1U1EACHAM& WILGUS, eVtthlSHEBB AHD PROPRlXTOBt. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On oopr. one year, trlctly eaali In ad vnc , $1,00 On eopy, tlx month 1,00 ho inlMoriptiom taken on time tnd ill paper tapped when out. On oopy fro to any on Mndlng Oi At rly cMb aubcriben. WORJIEW Knaiaa liHarf atm.., ., .. ..ft, raallUa MUar U tkilr au, koala li-j HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, APRIL 2d, 1885. n tf ,i 1 1 n la pa- 11 u THE BEST TONIC TMirtlH erntlnaa lfro .Hh .ra-.hla t'nn. and u imaluahla I, linn peculiar to MaMFa.uil UllMdMlmUif I.Sa II Kn. rl. lir. and Purldra loo llloo.l, Hlliaii .Ira t Airlilr, MrriKtbrne II.. 11 uJTl" . lo3 ( Ifwn Um ooaiitlwiua. and makaa (La akin aa II il.a nut blatkau tha IMlk uun baada. Mat. M.iuacTa Hanil. H Faml A.. Mllwia ki .. ayj unfa Kil of lln, Hh M: I hani awl Bno.ii', Inm Bltltn. and...

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. — 21 April 1885

situ u wmi p. .... i" n. ' vS ..' CHAS. M. M EACH AM - - Editor. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1885. Eil a ai ds Picrrcpout, Secretary of Legation at Uome, is dead, lie was appointed July 5, 1881. "Blind Tom," the colored pianist, was declared insane at Columbus, On., a few days ago and placed un der a guardian. The Superior Court of Kentucky has decided that a contract made by telephone is valid. Kentucky is the iirst Stato to render this judicial opinion. ' Union Local: Some of tho news- nuucis are snarling at and trying to Hound down the South Kentltk ian's Doz-crcl poetry, but it contin ues to Sctter-up and Poiut-erout in , Uiat Cur-ions manner with a Bull Dog tenacity. Tho citizens of Cloverport gave 1. S. Marshal Gross a public reccp. tion upon his return from Washing ton. A number of congratulatory speeches wcro made by prominent citizens of both parties. Cupt. Gross responded in a speecli of thanks and the meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock, 1'. M. FOREIGN NEWS. .iussia ana jsneiana xryia...

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. — 21 April 1885

mmm torn mmmi TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1835. T j I -i i r .- , TIHE TAELE FOE TBAINS. DirAKT South 0:41 a. v.; 13:38 i.u. DurniT Nubth 1:45 i.u.-.iM r.u. Akhivi muii South p. 8: r. w. AHHivinoM North U:U8 a.m.; 11:10 r.u PUBT OKKICK North Main Street. Otwn for lottora, hIhtiiiw 7 A. H. to 0 p. M. " inonev onlom 4 A. M. to4 P. H. " delivery, HuiiUayii-aut to:lt P.M BOUTlIKItN KXHKKSS OFF1CK, ItuwWIvllle SI. Open I A. M. tot p. a. Tli Kprlnntlmo ul the tUhonnan At early dawn goea out, Armetl with nil pateut reel and lliio To angle (or the trout. , All day he alia upon the bank With never a .Ingle bite, Then tlipa buik by the denler'a aland And buy ula Itah at night. SOCIALITIES. Mr. Win. Cowan la in tho city. Jlr. R. G. Pryor, of Cincinnati, wu lu the city Saturday, Mr. . 0. Lindsay, of Cadiz, wis in the city last Saturday. Mr. M. Llpslino lias returned from L.-ulsvllle. Mr; Park lleutoit liaa gone dow n iu the Montgomery neighborhood. Mr. J. T. Wall, of Caledonia, was lit tho city Monday. ...

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. — 21 April 1885

imaa soots mma. NASI1VIM.K 8TRKET. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo wiU furnish tlio f itlowlng papors and pe riodicals with tho 8iii-WitKK:i.Y Suitu Ken itcki an at the subjoined cheap rates: lnilv Courier-Journal 912.50 Weekly Courler-Joilninl 8.30 " Louisville Commercial 8.50 Farmers Homo .Joiimat 8.11 1 vtorson'a M ngrnai ne 8 tw (Kiev's Lady's llonk 8.00 New York WiioklySim 8.10 llnily N. V. Worlil 7 60 MMiii-WcoLly " 8.60 Weekly " J.73 Linen's Living Age u.so Toledo Blade 8.U0 A Parody. To pay, or not to pay that la tlio question ; Whether 'tis better for me to refuse To take a couuty papir, and doprive Myself from reading all the news. Or pay up promptly what the printer asks. Anil by such payment clioor him. No pay.no paper. Thon no more shall I bo posted on news And local hap throughout the country. And divers topics 'tis a consummation That I long have feared. To pay or stop? To stop! perchance to lose; aye, there's the rub For In that stop no Interest do I take In an...

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