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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 8 May 1885

ONLY $2.00 WILL PAY FOB A YKAITS SUltat'ltU'TION TO Til K diht south our, tlio cheapest mid newsiest paper I'm tlio price in tlio Stulo. Tuko it mid keep up with tlio times HOPKINSVILLE, KY. m schools, ummm m business onus A SKETCH OF A GEOWING CITY. Something About Her People. Tlio city of llopkinsvillo is sit nut- cd upon a lino that separates two sections of country entirely different in every respect. To tlio north lie the hill ami vallcjs where the curly liuiiterdelighte.1 tochasr, tlio red deer ami other gome ninety years ago. Tlio con nlry in uneven ami ill-fitted for agricultural purposes, excepting on tlio wutcr courses whero there arc some very line funning lands. Tlio hills are covered with a wealth of lino limber and tilled with veins of the II nest coul. Towards tlio south extend the fa Inoiis farming lands of Suulli Chris tian, rivaling in fertility the richest blue-grass fields of Central Ken tucky. With these (real natural advantages coal and timber on one side and r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 8 May 1885

South Ucldin He SuppW. " FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1885. LIVE CITIZENS. MORE ABOUT THE PROGRESS. IVE BUSINESS MEN OF THE CITY. Men Who Believe In Enterprise and Printer s Ins. M. LIPSTINE. A few days ago a Soittii Kestuik i.vn reporter while on Nashville St., chanced to meet Mr. M. Lipstine, one of the representative) business mer chants of llopkinsvillc. Without slat ing that he was nbout to bo inter viewed he chatted pleasantly upon tho topics of the day ; in tlio course of Ids conversation, as was his object and purpose, lie turned his mind back to the time of his entering into mercantile pursuits in llopkinsvillc Without hesitation or the least sus picion that he was talking to a re porter, and in answer to questions he said : "Yes, I came to llopkinsvillc in the year 18(12, but emigrated from tieriuanv at the age ot lb yours, in 1812. First settled in Middletowu, Ky., in 1818. Married in Washing ton Co., a Miss Tains, of the old Virginia stock, removal from there to Owciishoro in iSI.S an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 8 May 1885

South ; Wdu Trade Supplemsni. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1885. TO THE PUBLIC. Tho sketches tliut fill tho Trade Suuim.emknt, which is to-day sunt out witli tlio regular .i88uo of tho ' Sotrru Kkntuckian, cover almost to a man every clement of Hopkinsvillu's versatile Industries, tho lino phases or our remarkable growth and tho possibilities of our splendid future IIopkliiBvillo of today, with her population of more than 0,000, with her splendid factories, her mills and machine shops, her diversified re sources, her temple or religion and Institutions of learning, her tele graphs and telephones, her commo dious dwellings, well-HHed shops, ample iloro houses and ucautilul streets, her printing presses, her banking, express and Insurance fa cilities, and her reputation pro tessional, mercantile and manufac turing Is a living, speaking, ever expanding monument to the industry, enterprise ami patriotic endeavor o!' her citizens. There are but few day dreaming, visionary men hero. In my daily rounds ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly South Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly south Kentuckian. — 8 May 1885

NOBODY REALLY CARES. If you've anything to pripvo you, And U your hcurt with fears, If PoTorty biili'B nriir you, And your days an- dimmed by tears. If you ttnd Willi soul ilemo l!ig So answor to your lirayvrs. Don't say a word about it, for Nobody roally cares. If health and strength fownke you. And pain and Kli'kiii'na brlnir A gloom that clouds the biimsIiIdo And shadows everything, If vou feel that lot so weary But soldom mortal bears, , Don't say a word about it, for Nobody roally cares. This world Is fond of ploasuro. And. take II at Its best, Tin sadlv bored unless you Moot It with smile and lost: It yawns o'er Want's complainings, At torrow eohllv stares. So never tell your troubles, for Nobody roally euros. SlitrgarU Kvtingc, in Ilnrpcr'B TTly. FASHION NOTES. Epi;rainulifl Mention of the Prevailing U.iHHlp Concerning Ureas, Irish poplins arc again in fashion. Yellow (lowers nro very fashionable. Color plays an important part in fancy dross bonnets. The new evening gloves ar...

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. — 12 May 1885

31 ettntcKunt. VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., MAY 12, 1885. NUMBER 38 CHA. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUS. ISSUED EVERT TUESDAY AND FHIDAY HORNING BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. SUBSCRIPTION BATES- 'One copy, one year, itrictljr euh In ad vanoa H,00 One copy, tlx month! 1.00 No aubacrlutlona lakon on time and all papert flopped wtion out. One copy froe to any one (ending ns Bre early oaiti ubecrlbera. BRM'p) 111 I isi ni hrisi bi q yd 1 .P BEST TONIC. 3 V, -I Thli medicine, combining Iron with pure Tollable tnnti't, oufckljr and rfim.eUal)r mi lTHrpU, JndlfPaMoB UHHnrtM It par HlMl(,UlarlKtkliUKiid t event ana Nrtmlatiu It li t unuiUntr remedy for DUeueiof (he KMry nn4 l.lrrr. It lm IiithIuaIiIh fur Dliemiei nenillur to Women, tiid all who lead ieifcuUry Uvea. Itlitennt Injure the U--th. cause hemlarhe.or pnxluc coiiiiKllon otttfT Inm mattctt$ do, ltt'iirichetand pn rifle the Mood, tlrnuliitM theapie(lie.Ula the nwlnillatioti of fuod, re lieve liearl...

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. — 12 May 1885

SEMMLI U JEMM CnA8.M.MEACHAM "-" - Editor. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1885. President Cleveland announces thai ho will liprcaflcr receive no callors on Sunday, as he will devote that day to uninterrupted work. Gen. Grant Is working on his book and has no Idea of dying for some time at least. He is getting better in spite of his doctors, though his complete recovery is impossible. Maxwell, the St. Louis murderer is under arrest at Auckland. The next New Zealand steamer, upon which an officer will go after him, will sail from San Francisco, Juno 0. Two of the rebel leaders who burn ed the city of Aspimvall, Mar. Ill, havo been court-martialed and hang ed. Their names were l'ortozal and Cocobolo. Preston is still at large. FOREIGN NEWS- Gov. .1. Proctor Knott left yester day for New Yook. He will return to Washington in two or three days. It is rumored that he is hereabouts to secure a marsh mallow of some sort for hi beautiful and accom plished Secretary of State, Jimmie McKcnzie, the Peruvian ...

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. — 12 May 1885

WlJilllOItl " TUESDAY, M A Y 1 ' " "l885T ' TIME TABLE 70S TRAINS. Depart 8i"rn :4J a. m.; !S:8s a.m. Depart South S: a..j:6S p.m. Arrive mim Hdi'th :iu p. m.; 8:10 p. v. Arrive prom North ncas a. m.; 11:10 p. M . I'OST OFFICII North Main Street. 0cn (or lottorn, stamps 7 a. H. to 6 r. H. " money orders 6 A. H. to4 P. H. " " delivery, (Sundays M tu4:lt p.n. SOUTHERN KXl'ltKSS OFFICK, ltuwoilvdle HI. Open i A. H. tot p. H. 'Tut the glft'Uome moiilli of May Ami tlio avhool girls ilnily Bay, - Hpeeil, oh! iwlftly speed Ihu lute Whou I'll lit) a graduate. ' 4 ; sooiALiriEs. Mrs. Culcniun and Miss Emma Glass are visiting hi KvuiinvUIo. Miss Jennie Eraser, of Lafayette, wa the guest of Mi s. K. A. Hayes, last, week. Mr. Ilorschol Porter, representing a loulavillo hat house, was lit (lie city Saturday. Miss Lee Fields, of Culpeper C. II., Virginia, Is visiting the family of Mr. J no. C. Lailiam. Messrs 8.-L. Thomson and Uobt. L. Rickmau, of Klklon, Ky., were in the city Saturday and Sunday...

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. — 12 May 1885

sehxl? n mux. NASHVILLE STUF.ET. 110PKIXSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. Wo will fimiish the f.illowin papore and po HoiliKlU Willi UwS!lI-WEBKI.V SOUTH KKS TlTCKI AS at the SMIJmiu'U cnimp ram. lluilv Couriur-Jourual Woekly Courier-Journal ... .. ' Louisville Commercial Farmers Home Journal IV'ttirfton's Magazine (ioiley's Lailv's Hook New York WeeklvSuu Daily N. V. Worlil heiui-Weekly " Weekly " I.itti'll's Living Age Toledo lllade ilmice ami close application. The husbandman inijiht us reasonably suppose that ho could have a harvest without industry, as an individual think he could have learning without study. The indolent man is content with a haro sustiiicncc. the idle student $12. 50 8. i.M 8.15 I'll il.liil 3.10 7. .10 n.so i. n.rto 11.00 upon EDUCATION. Address Delivered Before the Lo' tus Literary Society of Bethel Female College by Kev. A. W. Meacham, April, 30. ( Published liy request ol the h. L. Society.) Education has been the theme ol the sigi', the pliilosoilier,tlie poe...

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. — 15 May 1885

ft enntchuttL VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY, MAY 15, 1885. NUMBfcJR 39 CHAI. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILQUI, ISSUED CVKRT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BT MEACHAM & WILGUS, euBLianxBS and proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, Uriel! oub In ad vance , 11,00 Oneoopy, six month 91,00 Mo uUoriptloni uken on time and all paper tupped when out One copy fro to any one tending na Hie trarlyeaili lUbMiiliera, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE BY AU. DRUGGISTS The GnulM hnt Trade Mirk end crowed Red LiM oa wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. The Mirror is no llattcrer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale ? Magnolia Balm is the charm er 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. — 15 May 1885

QMSO.! U EMM, CIHAS. H.MEACH AM Editor. WAR NEWS. The Northwest War. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1885. Tlio soldiers in tho Egyptian gar risons arc rod need to the desperate strait of eating tlio flesh of donkeys. There is no ohango in tho Anglo- Russian situation. England has backed down and there is not likely t ) bo any lighting. . Andy Wcpler, who killed Henry Clay ,has been taken to tho penitentia ry to servo out his two years' term. Gov. Knott called on President Cleveland Tuesday, it is said to use his influence in getting some good placo for "Quinine Jim" McKeiizic. The President and Postmaster General are still busy appointing post-masters to All tho existing va caucies There are a large number of these to be filled before tho work of putting out Republicans can cluiin their attention. The count of moneys and securities in tho United States treasury has been completed. Everything was found in a satisfactory condition and . (lie reports of ex -Treasurer M'jnian were proved in every inst...

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. — 15 May 1885

wtjm m imm. TIME TABLE FOE TRAINS. Depart Soi'tii (1:4.1 i. ii. ; is::w a. . Dktaht SlIBTII 2;45 A..)2:6J P. II. Akkivk pkoii Sol'Tll 2:.'i.fi r. ii. ; 8:20 Y. u. Akkive fKoy NullTU I:II8 A. m.; V:lo r. M. I'OST UFr'll'K-Nnrth Main Street. 0i(m for letters, HtiiiiiiH 7 A. m. tuOp. u. ' muney onlers (I a. m. to 4 p. M. " " delivery, Sundays 3:16 tot:16 r. M. SOUT1IKKN EXl'KKSS OFFICE, lttissellnllo lit. Open i A. M. to 6 r. u. 2L Tlii'rie Ihh nuti tunc wiu-a tlri'doflife, Tlio WAy to wlve 1 1 if "jroMem'a plain hint nutyour throat wltlin pocket knlfo Or lire a h&ll Into your brain. Wlwhester 8nn. Above you see a boli-tnltnt dug, Now haying at the moon, II Lb tail's too snort, citu't walk a log, llenre In1 can trail no eoun. Hi' la no gooil for fox or harp. Nor 'possum nor a misll. He simply likes to stand about Anil somu lime vag his tall. Kltrh (log Is gooil for some one thing, Just fluil that If you ran; This ilog shall lusinro HHllr lire For the ttot'Tii Kbsti cki an. Ah, me! ...

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. — 15 May 1885

mma squib mam NASHVILLE STREET. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CLUB LIST. We will riiriiMi Hie r illmvini! papers ami po rimlleaM Willi UicHBlll-WliKlil. SulTIl KkN ti'i'ki as nt ilraMiliJ'iinml clmau rnton: lliiiW Loiirier-.luiinul l2.-fl Weekly Courier-Journal 8.80 " Louisville cunmereinl Farmers Hume .liiurnul H- f retcrson'ii Miixiizinu 11 ' llwlev's I.wiy' M New York Weekly Sun s.lo lltiily N. Y. Wurlil 7 Seinf-WecLly " I. Weekly " ! I.lttrll'a Living Age 0-5" Toledo Made " Ordinary Conversation. I From Hie Louisville Commercial. 1 "Alex.," said the Hon. James A. McKenxio, Secretary of State, to Col. .1. Alex Grant, in Hie Auiiitor's olllce, at Frankfurt, "who were those remarkably fine-looking young men I met leaving the Slate lloice as 1 ciinio up the walk just now?" "Yuunir Deinourals," said Col. Grant, woaiilr. "Voung Democrat conic up to look at the morning iiapci's fur Presidential appointment." "Indeed '."exclaimed Secretary Mc-Ki-ii.ie in a benevolent lone. "Well, 1 must say i...

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. — 19 May 1885

4 I 3 SfjSfff d . IlttCEWl. VOLUME VII. HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY KY., MAY 19, 1885. NUMBER 40 CHA8. M. MEACHAM. W. A. WILGUS. ISSUED KVK11Y Tl'ESllAY AND FHII1AY UOKNINO BY MEACHAM & WILGUS, eVULIHHBRH AND fHOfBlttOHi. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- One copy, one your, strictly oaah iu ad vance V One copy, nix months No eubaurlptlona taken on time and nil papera Mopped whon out. Ono copy free to any one tending ui Ate early eaali subscribers. it1 QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. Trw qtHMtim hu PfnlWilf Imnn tukd thmiMndi of ttmm ' II. w cn Brumi' Imn Hilton cum iivry thiniif' Wfll. It d I'n'l. Hut it l.Ht.i urtiny dim-a-M ( whirh miml-iM liHi'itn wmiltl iruM-rllw iHiiN PlijrU-in rwc.niM !r-m Uw Ixt nwtorAiivi M 'nt kinrwu to til" pr fHMirin. " Iti'iuiry of uy l vlnyr fhtuiol ttnn will 'luhqtmlut tlmvuHTtiiii ttiM Llirw m mm nnt.inti imul Ir-m Uiu ( uiy Mhr ubwtitKn itaod in mMli.-in Tliw tioB unit cliirtvolr that Ipw h k kin'lH ta l t Im thtj mMi ItnportftDt fa-tor in mm-...

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. — 19 May 1885

J wmi m man CHA8.M.MEAC11AM - TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1885. Kllla Kelly is the Democratic nomi nee for the Legislature in Grayson county. The Kingdom of Greece lias re called all her foreign ministers ex cepting one at Constantinople. Tlio Eminence Constitutionalist lma risen from the ashes and cele brated its seventeenth birthday, h'st Thursday. Angus Cannon, a leading Mormon, has been fined $3J0 and sentenced to six months' Imprisonment, at Salt Liko City, rtah, under the enforce ment of the against polygamy. John E. V. Thompson, tho colored man recently appointed minister to Ilayti by the President, is a mulatto about 30 years old and a graduate of Yale Medical School. He is a resident ofXewYork. The salary is .,000 per annum. FOREIGN NEWS. THE WAE IN BRITISH AMEBIC A The Babel Ml Captured. est, ) ih;kskku I 29, 1SS5. 1 Tho President has appointed Gen. .las. V. Hobinson, of Lexington, to be District Collector in the Ashland, Ky., district. He is a son of Kentucky's war Governor. Ho serv...

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. — 19 May 1885

FT " . .J-fr V f f, a 'f t, ) f i 1 SWWEEBLT SOUTH on. TUESDAY, MAY 1!), 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TBAIKS. f PiHT goPTii 8:45 a. v.;l!:.is i". H. 1HKT NllHTH 2;4S A.M. J 2:65 P.M. Akkivi mou .Soitii 2:55 p. it.: 8:20 p.m. Akhivi vkom North H:im a. m.; 11:10 p. M. POST OFFICE Nurth Main Street. 0ien (or lctlvra, tmw 7 A. M. to 0 P. M. " " inoiioy union tl A. u. to 4 P. M. ' " ilulivury, Hiimlnyji a:16 to4:16p.M SOUTIlfcltN KXI'KKHSOFFICK, Klwu'llviil St. Open i A. M. toi p. m. Time are dull, inn hit' worth living AH pleasure's not an Idle dream; Spring In hero ami to iia giving LMRcioutHtntwberrUx and cream. SOCIALITIES. Mr. J. II. Gulbrcalh left yesterday fur Cincinnati on a business trip. Mrs. John C. Day la visiting her parents in Henderson. Hon. John r'clmid visited Frank fort last week. Mis. Clarence Anderson and chil dren aro visiting relatives in llarrods burg, Ky. Messrs I!. II. Ilollnnd and A. I). Kodgors mudo a visit to Louisville hint week. Mrs. II. W. Tilths Iiuh returned from...

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. — 19 May 1885

isotsklt soma bi XASHVIM.E STIIKET. HOPKINSVIU.E, KENTUCKY. " CLUBLIST. We will furiiiali tin- f jllnwlng papers and po rioilii'iil willi llie Skmi-Wkkkly sditu Kks i'KI AN HI tlieaulHollll'ii cnmip riuuB. ll.iil.' l.mirier-.)i)lll'll'tl Werklv Courier-Journal " 1,'iuiHvillc roiiiitipn'ml r.-trillOrrt II, Hill' JoiU-H.'il; IVKTm's MiiRii.ini- i; iih-v Iiii'lv llouk New York Wiii-kly sun Daily N. V. World Semi-Weekly Weeklv ' l.itU'llv Living Ago Toledo lllailo fis.sn .a j :1.1s :i iw ii.io ; :o 11.50 S.iS ii. ."in H.IHI My Crutches Sons. I luivo suileral from rheumatism IV sovoii or eight yearn. J'1'"' o year 1 wa-i compelled to use crutches. I tried vanom remedies, especially nvm-v ain't nf liniiiieiit. hut none id" ilimii did mo anv irooil. I saw in Hie in.waiiniur4 an advertisement ol' SivilVa Siicuille, lor rheumatism, and resolved to try it. I have taken tJiic hollies. After I had taken it awhile I was onahled to throw away my crniolus. I commenced using Sivili's Siiecilic last...

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. — 22 May 1885

"VOLUME VII. W. A. WIUQUt ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING BY MEACKAM & WILGUS, eVBLIStlBBa ASD PaOFBlKTO&S. HOPKINSVILLE, CHHISTIAN COUNTY KY., MAY 22, 1885. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy, one year, itrlotly oaah In ad vance 11,00 . One copy, l l moutln i,oo No subscription! taken on lime and all papers Hepped when out. One copy free to any one lending ut Ore rariyoaaii uiMcriuen, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Sermon ly Kev. B. F. Orr, of the Methodist Churoh. 'And Mirolj your blood of your Pica will I re quire. W bono slii-ddetlt uiiin'i blood, by man shall his blood Ikj shed, or In the Imago ot Ooil mudobe num." (Jen. IX:5-0. NUMBER 41 WO men ... .i.M1,, ., ,., lalnallln tnaUmr I tadr mm, akuall irj b A m n ei lpm - II H I THE DfCT Tnkiir UkJ I UillL Tliltnitlrltw eomMnm Iron wilh pnt fttal Wnr. ami ! invalualil . . tmulltr to M oHirn, nl II hn ).uit M.!(-uury livr It Kn rlrhr an.) purlHm tlw Itlutiit, Kllmiilni Wmi Al-pclllr, MrriiBitiriia th .Iurl a wid '." ,rt, ,l,"T",Wr 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. — 22 May 1885

CHAS.M.MEACIIAM - - Editor. FHIDAY, MAY 22, 1SS5. Victor Hugo, the great French poet, is dy in jr, at Paris, Franco. The IIorald-Kiitcrpi'iso saysRnssoll villo's great need is a street sprinkler. Tho revised translation of the old Testament has been given to the pub-lie. The seventeen year locusts have put in an appearanco at Bridgeport. 111. Prcsidont Zalilivnr has resigned the Presidency of the Central Ameri can State of Salvador and (ien. l'i garoa lias been elected in his stead. Tlio New York World has suc ceeded in raising by private sub scription a Darltioldi Pedestal fund of over f .X),0(X, hair of the amount needed to provide tlio pedestal for the statute, which lias arrived from Franco. The Illinois Senate is after the cor pmitions. It lias passed a bill taxing telephone companies three per cent of their gross receipts in tho Slate and liovc fixed the maximum rent of a telephone at $.'( per month. Late English papers descrilio two torpedo boats now being built for the Austr...

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. — 22 May 1885

mmu south euun. FRIDAY, MAY 1i, 1885. TIME TABLE FOB TRAINS. DKi-iiiT Riii-Tii 0:45 a. u.; 1, m. lltrAKT NOKTII i'M k.U.tM r.u. Ahhivb khiiu isocth 'iifi.i f. M.; 8:20 r. H. Ahhivifkuu Nokth 12:IX a. m.; 11:10 r. M. I'OST OFPICK North MkIii Strcut. Open for lot twin, Htnmw T A. II. to 6 r. u, " " mmipv onlcm S a. . to 4 r. u. " " ilolivery, Sumlayn 8:46 to4 :15F.H. SOUTHKKN KXI'KKHH OKFIUK, Kliwullvlllo bt. Open i A. M.totr. M. Ill tilt' iHlllI for SilirklT IIUlL'll, In the Htntool Kt'linoy The Keiiilillonn mit-voU'd There i gluilnemi, there i Joy. For wonry iiiuiitli the tie exlutetl. The ileitillork tieeiiied forever fuat, But Hit broken itt'iilh iiMlKteil Murk Jnek'i victory came at lnt. SOCIALITIES. l'rof. II. G. O'Neill is at homo. Mr. Culciiiuii lloyd, of Louisville, is in llio city. Miss Mollio lloyd of Wallonla, visited llio cily Wednesday. Mr. W. C. llutehcrson, of Klkton Ky., win In llio eily Wednesday. Mr. A. 1). Rodgera lias relumed from Iouisvilh'. Mr. M. S Thompson ol ...

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. — 22 May 1885

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