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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 August 1890

IjopMnueiUt Sentakfra. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1890. ' PERSONAL GOSSIP. Alex Coi 1 in SW Louis this week. Waller Eltfiu is in Chiciro this ' WMk. -6 ,.' Mai. W. T. Blakeuiore, of Memphis, is visiting in the city. . Koss Davis, of Oweusboro, is spend iug the week at bouio. Mias Tillie Harris, of Louisville, is visiting friends in 4he oil. Judge Robert Crenshaw, of Cadiz, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Mary Park is at Mont Eagle where she will spend several weeks. Miss Fannie Oarnett, of Pembroke, Is aojouruiug at Ceruleau this week. Mrs. Mary K. Lockruige, of Quana, Tex., is ou a visit to her aunt, Mrs. II. B. Garner. Mrs. B. E. Cooper left for Cald well county yesterday to make an ex tended visit to her pareuta. Mr. F.E. Wade and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Logan county, visited rela tive in the city Wednesday. ' Mrs. J. W. Downer and Misses vr..i, ..,,1 n Patn. ... spending the week at Mout Eagle. Mr. J BO. M. Victory, representing an Evansville cigar house, was circul Uug among his many f...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 August 1890

Y There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack -, the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. BUSINESS. CARDS. DR. J. A. bOUTlIAm PflTSIOI AN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - -KT. ' Telethon at ac Mil !! Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - 'KY. A. P. Campbell. SXXSTXST, HOPKINSVILLA - - - KY OPBKATIKS A FOIAI.TT. - ... OOiceoTor M. mnlel'. Son. ; Wi W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY. AT LAW, ' HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office wt title of Court Square. D J Pl EVERYTHIXO nUUU Vdlldt ON WHEELS, TKyb$rr Buggies! tyDou't buy before getting our pricog and catalogues. THE QZV W. BTOCZILL CO.. Hsinelhlsaer. lllHflU.I,Tmr ALL STYLES OP BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pat - Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing alto at REDUCED RATES. Ninth Street, near depot. McRAE & McGOY. M anufarturtri ot Har...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 August 1890

THE 11BQEST OlEOtTLalTOI or ant r.rsa I rm H rrmv rw a rnn Ait n. wu i vc g,uuu AMD A flHiJiti w W k U,tM :: Wt'UTIIIJ VOL. XII -NO. C3. THE COMMONPLACE. Urn) AWJr lab. It M UmfnUr m tank. aaal Tkrivaa m I a. Ureal la the paver of Iks carumoay placa .'XI y frieads, " it) lb preacher, ta aa Impressive snanaor. "Alexander a; r.apuiroa uiou; you will ail aier Thls prufousxl remark, ao Uim, so thoughtful, ores let a deep seasetlun, It la deepened by tit stsuiwent that "aiea It a moral being." The profundi, ly of aueb startling aesortloaa cows the spirit; thojr appeal to Ilia ualvertal oob aclouaaoM, sad we burr in the genius that deliver thorn. "How truel" wo stclatas, aad go away wltb aa ealargwd aeass of our owa capacity fur tba cow. prehension ot deep thought Our eon. oalt la fUiuiml. 1H not Ilka tba hooka that ralaa ua to lb great Jevol ol tba oaanjoaplaee, where, a Dio.a wltb a . Bene at power IM4 aot Mr. Tapper, tbat sweet melodious shepherd ol tba Bndlsputsd. Irad about veal Book...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 August 1890

ft i 2joiliii!3ui!ie Jtcntutkiatt, 'rmiSHII 1TBM AM FEIMI lOEMXCSf CHAS. M. MEACH'AM IDB80EIFTIOI t A TEAR II ADVANCE. lx-al iwllnir nnOe iwnu per line. Rpe-niaiin.-u Ki'tiiitniMT llnu fitch IttMirttun. HMM . tnii'itnK MiivurllMiiuciiU SuruLliotl wn up- pilrsliuli 01: 18 aoo 10 Hiotk Street, nil Peet Omoe. TEISDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890 Mr. Prowse seems to linve got in by block-of-five. Peace boa been restored in the Ar goutiiie Bopublic Mississippi's Constitutioual Conven tion meets at Jackson to day. Longnioor'i majority in the State will not fall tar short of B0,000,to which Christian county contributes 113. Ei-Gov. i. Proctor Knott will be by long odds the ablest man in the Con stitutional Convention and should be made Chairman of the body, as he doubtless will be. Sinco the State Union has recom mended Mr. Ellis, his re-nomination .for Congress is placed in the category of certainties. There was but little if any doubt before. Capt J. B. Martin late, candidate for the Democratic nomi...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 August 1890

TwMnsvMt SttttutWatt. I HERE AND THERE. JHIO. C.BARTLCV, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1800. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Rov. Goo. F. Campbell le visiting in Corjrdou. j C. A. Thompson is in Boston, Mum., litis wouk. Walter Elgin returned from Culca go Sunday. Mr. N. Tobiu lias returned from a Vitalia Liver Pills restore lost appetite. $700 to loan on first mortgage, real estate for security. Capt. John Yye Is out again after a very severo spoil of sioknosa. Miss Lona Grissam b very sick at ber home on Liborty street. B. M. Wooldridge, livery, feed A sale stable, Fritz' atand. Telephone 144. Mr. G. IL Stowe has recovered his gold watch recently stolen from him. Thoro has been delightful change purohasinir tour east. Fete' Owen,' of "Bowling Green, in the weather ainoo the hot, dry spell spent yesterday in the oity. ended. Mr. B. B. Donaldson left for Texas Jarred Hawkins will move into his DEATHS. yesterday on a business trip.. Geo. Hart, of Nashville, spoilt Sun day and yesterday in the city, .Miss Sal...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 August 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. BUSINESSJIARDS 1)11. J. A. SOUTH ALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - :" KT. Telephone at oBce snd residence. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST. ' Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE . -, - KY A. P. Campbell DSXSTTXST, vriunn A arBoiALTT. OHM orsr . Fraaael'e Hon. ' W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . ; HOPKINSVILLE, KK. OlUco nt side ol Court Siiiere. n.l EVERYTHING nuuu vaius on wheels. Ton pr cent Choaper Pnrrrrioct , thnn snyliody. Dl JglCh! fjrDon't buy bofore getting our pascox anil catoiogues. THE Q351. W. ITOCIELL CO . Kaine thin paper. HII.1..T ALL STYLES OP BOOTS and SHOES . MADE BY Pat Islam. Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing alto at- REDUCED RATE8 Ninth Street, near depot.'. MctAE & ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 August 1890

! Mfettisiittlt m m ttttttckitttt ni uum oiiouutioi ' or ant rirli IN A. CITY OF 8.000 tut k mm !: ,m nuutiui A Lira, Newsy u i rvoareislv SmrtllKLT AT OUT $2 FIX Till Complete Job OHice ' IN CONNECTION. VOL; XIJ.-NO. (54- IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, . FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. u WW OF THE !!SiHaaMiiB mm ? 84? A GREAT BARGAIN-B ON ANZ MENT. EVERY ARTICLE AS ADVERTISED AND A WORLD OF OTHERS EQUALLY DON'T MIND THE CROWD. COME TO-DAY. THE RUSSIAN TYROL. I Mtaf at Mraak'NMtT pm4 Over Mm . fimi the Aimm I jump lalo a light carriage drawn by four bono, XI driver, a (.'oaeaolz draped In fa Is Uurtm, Is armed with a BnaaTiilflfeut bugle, tbe uaa of wbiuh I eaa not divine. We rlao rapidly up thQ futfn of riol, lit ThuriiMipylai of tbq t'aurasua, ibo bloody road ef tba dubut of lbs aotiquoat ftlght fall! euddenly, tuaweated try aunu ah lib open, upon u the sluices ul buvuH. A vi ul Tog fills space, but our rldo In tho mountain becomes all tlia mum fantastic on tbal account. A lell s...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 August 1890

fiovklnsvillt JUntttdttott. fitLisiisii rrtswr x mm mmixb. CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 80B80RIPTI0M f i iYEAB ADVA10B. ..i mdlnir nollrn 10 renU per line. Spe- li."lM.B IMIVWIUMJUIBIIU tut-ululi! an l- lillratloH. " 0: 18 sad SO Hlt Street, mt Pert OMo FKIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. The railroad strikes iu the east threaten to become serious. Burron county refused to tax iU ,l0gs by a vote of 2,683 to 616. A groat crowd is attending the 24th G. A. R. Encsmpmont at Bostoa this weok. California Republicans have nomi nated Col. H. H. Markham, ol Pasa itana, for Governor. - TRnlinal John Henry Newman, of the Roman Church, died in London Monday, aged 89 years. The Delaware Democrats have nominated Robt. J. Reynolds for Governor, and will elect him. Mississippi's Constitutional Con' ve.ntion has organized by electing Judge S. S. Calhoun President. Col. W. C. Veasey, of Vermont, has been elected Commander-in-Chief of hn flmnil Arinr of the ReDublio. now in session at Boston. John Boyle O'Reiley, the Irish...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 August 1890

aiopMnaulUe Kcntttthlnu. jtO. C.aARTLEV, u.laaa. Moat FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mis Ella I'ratt, of Madiaouville, is visiting Sirs. A. D. Rodger. Mlua CW. Tri.io ia visitiUK MiM Mumie MoKeniie, ot Oak Grove. Xfnwir.. Phil ami Felix Gaithor, of Fort Worth. Tex, are hero on a visit, Mm. C IT. Dietrich baa returned from . vluit to Mrs. G. W. Lauder, of : Gruivjr. Mii. Kate Bell ha returned from Duwsou Sitriiiffs, her health entirely restored. , , Miss Uuttio Dietrich will return to day from a viait to her sinter iu l'latta- burg1, Mo. ' ' Misa Ethel Duke baa returned from plpaaaut v wit to relatives and friends in Logan county. Mrs. J. D. Mi-rhenion and children, of Madisonville, returned from Coru- leau Wednesday. The ' Clarkaville Unf Chronieh lavs MifitMM Kriiert aud Khmiklin, of Ilonkinsville. are visitinff Geo. War- fluld's family nonr Idaho Springs. Misa Lizzie Dulin. of Texas, who lias been visiting her brother, Dr. L. Dulin, ia now visitiug Mr. Eugene Anderson s...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 August 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. ,JUSINESSCMDJL DR. J. X fcOUTHALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First Natioual Bank, WfiPKTNSVTTXE. ' KY. Telephone t ottlce toil roaldenes. Junius C. McDaviU, DEHTIST. . Office over Kelley'a Jewelry Store," m-iPKTXSVILLE - KY. A. P. Campbell D2BX7TZST, fTrtPTTTXSVrLLiS. - KY OPBBATIna A POIt.rT. Office over M. Frenkel'e Bobs. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OOl.e wot side of Court Squsre. Road Carts! BS TZSSSm Buggies! S" tar Don't buy before getting our pices and catologuea. TEB OH. W. BTOCKELL CO , Hstnethleusuer. HaTIl.L.TItMl . ALL STYLESOF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pal Miasm Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing alto at REDUCED RATES Ninth Street, now depot. McHAE & McCQY, MiiuItM'turerof Bvdwwil Umbtr, White Out, B...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 August 1890

A It r A , TIB LARGEST CIEOOUTIOI . - or ant rr IN A CITY OF 8.000 AND k ' mm :: r w jmm x wi'utim ' i . Jl . " II no (.. ,-t-UI-t . ,t"..y....l miut A Lire, Newsy an. I FrogreMlra , SKSI-WStHT AT 0LI$! PBB TEAR fitracRiiii' Complete Job Office IN COKNKl'TIOX. VOL. XII NO. 03. . HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1890. , $2.00 A YEAR. OWING TO THE SUCCESS OP Ora'G-SBAT. 1.1. i. trra 2$ 0 Lza Wim a MM MBilUEBE Never Was - A Pound THE DELEGATES. A Ull, So Far a. Reported, of the Ma ker of. Ih. New Contlilulion. f The lUt of th T).'lfiilt to Ppii: ,tittkuil Convention, o far as ftt: )ot(mI, ja ail follows: . 4tty'r"f ? Montgomery, Pnq prat. " Allen W. J. MuElrujr, Pino-rat. Anilopii j. l. Iaiili, pwnqcrat. tyurpn . IHU, Pemoprat ' flat), wia 'noaH-L.F. V. Wll- Una,Ptp.frtal, B..U-J.H. Forwlar, . Bnu.ki.tt-W. V, Fluid, Domoorat. Jlmatuitt, Morgsa and Magoffin IiooiM -J. W. LaaalDft UouHwrat. ;v Bourbon -CM. Clay, Jr Demo, erat,. , Boyui- Hobort P. Jacoba, Dwno crot. Boyd snd L...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 August 1890

TjopMmvilU Ktntnchlatu nBLisuttriiiT a turn iokmngs, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 8UB80RIPTIOI (2 A TEA II ADVAHOE. l,ora1 rpaillne: Hotter SO cenU mr line. Rpe !lnllocaU& rants wr line ali Insertion. Uate ii. -i tu,g MilvurllMiueuu furuuuwl naj i'iratlon. OS.' IB sad JO Bint Street, trw Pott Mm. TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1BS. Simpson county will Tote on prohi bition August 23. ' Tbo Force Bill will not be passed liia year. Some other year, perhaps. The ccusus count has gone far enough to estimate the population of (he country at 04,000,000. Tho Wheelers of the First District have called a convention to meet at Faducah, August 29th, to nominate a candidate for Congress, in opposition to Capt Stone. The crimes of the Winchester for ger, Hume Clay, continue to grow as more light is obtained. His forgeries now foot up 15129,000. Clay is be lieved to be in Mexico. Away up in Boyd county, where the Republicans and sinners have been having things thoir own way for many years, the Democrats elected the...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 August 1890

SjopMnamllc JUntuthton, TNIO. I. BAATL1V, .tie.,. DHlf TEUSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1800 PERSONAL GOSSIP. has returned from Miss Lon Yuiieoy from Duwrou. . J. M. Frsukil htw ruturuwl Loumville. - Mr. V J. Ft-gan, of LouiHville, in the city ytwlorduy. Mm. S. L. Wylio, of BiUlurd county ii visiting Mm. J. 1- Miu Mry Gruuihley, of Elkton visilitiff Mm. Frank Rogurs. Mr. Oscar Yatoa, of tiouiaville, vis- . IU.nl Mr. Bailey Vulkr Saturday. : Mia Mary Rutlford, of Onmwboro, in viniting Mr. N. D. Edmund' family, Mr. If. V. TiIiIhi has iroiio on a vinit to relatives in Chrixtiauslmrfr, Va Mrs. V. D. Summers ! critically ill at hur home four milua west of the city. Mr, S. E. Trice and daughter, Mian Annie, have returned from Mout Euglo. Mia Lula Rice, of Muhlenberg county, ia vinitlnif Mm. J no. L. . Brashor. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelly returned from a brief vinit to South Chriatiau yoaterday. Misa Etta Qrennwuud left ltuit wxek for Pittsburgh, Fa., where alio will vwit friends, Mr. and Mm Geo. W. llon...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 August 1890

There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory.' They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap . and ' insist upon having it. 'Tis sold everywhere. BUSlNESSJfRDS J. A. SOUTH ALL, PIITSICIAN and SURGEON OlBi-e over First National Bank, HOFKINSVTLLE, - - KY. Telephone at olSce and residence. Junius C. McDanitti DENTIST, , nffir over Kellev's Jewelry Store, nnPKlNSVILLE - , KY. A. P. Campbell X3IC27TXST, HOPKINSVILXaS, KY OPMRATIKO A PMltAI.TT. Office over M. rrn.l's MM. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOFKINSVILLE, KY. Office weeteld of Conrt Square. Road Carts! ON WHEELS. Ten ur cent Cheaper Pnnrrripct " than anybody. fry Don't buy before -getting our prices and catalogues. THS 311 W. BTOOXELL CO., KimlUipilKr. AlHTILbL"" ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pat Melton. Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing alio at REDUCED RATES, Ninth Street, near depot. McRAE & McCOY. Mautufauturan...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 August 1890

in UBOBIT CMCUUTIOI oriYri"ii IN A CITY OF 8,000 1 Itch t " I nil'.VTI :: Of :: -IO.0U0 w PONUTIOJ ' jt Lira, N'tw.y an i Profi-CMlr. SKII J EEKLT AT 0511 (! ttt TUB Complete Job Ollice IX CUMNKLTION. VOL. XJJ.-NO. 0(5. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, Fill DAY, AUGUST" 23, , 1890. .00 A YEA?. A m mm. OWING TO THE SUCCESS PFOOTOfJITY OUR STOCK BS LIKE ,IN 1 1 ah n MM V n nnncr aw n n r Vr Hundreds take from it, yet it never diminishes. This, of course, is because there is a never-dying spring of supply that faeds the stream. ".' . ( , " - SLUGGISH STREAMS STAGNATE, Bo do sluggish stocks. They become decayed. They are not fit for commercial use any more than decayed m9at. Finally they are kAOwn as "dead." Constant Motion And a constant flow of trade keeps a stock in the best condition. We have no dead stock, because it never stands still. It is always flowing out and flowing in. Do You Appreciate the Advantage Of buying always from a clean, fresh stock of New Goods? If you do you can have th...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 August 1890

Ijojiliinairiltf lUittufltiaii. flEUSHEiniSDU AM t'KIPAT MUMO, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BOE30ttimOII . A TEAR IH ADVAIOE. Ik-iI re.i.llin ii.Klriw K ' Iln- ,s--tfisl Im-niit i --l" I'''' '"-', v?u l'iM"-tlii. Itls (I lrtlMlillK nlv-ili,iiiiiiu tui-bttitiU au au- 'i.'tlflHll. (It 13 ud 20 Hlata 8trwt, otsr Fast Oios. FBIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1890. JufTorson and namilton divided the American neonlo into two great par ties. They formed the insure that will nmuiii vital as louif as the con st itutiuu lasts, aud big as is this country, tuero is uo room in it lor au othor uni t v. If Dr. Climly wants to be Governor lot him go into Hie Democratic oon vent iou. not as a farmer, but as a Dem ocrat, aud secure the nomination, ii he can, aud he may be assured that such a nouuuation is equivalent lo an election. LiomsviUe lane. The Timet van rest assured that Dr. Clardy will never consent to lead a third party tickot. He is a life-long Democrat and his principles are so lirnily rooted that those who know hi...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 August 1890

, JjoiiMnatiillc Juntuclticm. TttO. C.SASTltV. FK1DAY, "august aTwiio. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. C. A. Tlmmiisou lias returned from t trip lo lioi.lou. Mrs. Juo. Mills and son, Rogor Q., have gone to Oriilu&u. Mrs.O. J. Smith, ( Pembroke, is risiting relatives iu tho oi'T. Dr. B. H. Eouruo, of Louisville, is visiting friends in the cily. I . Mm. V. S. Boaloa and Mix Annie linden have returned from Dawson, Misses Ji-uuio and Fauuie A. Bro nangh left for Kansas City lust night Dr. Hardin and wife, of Shelby ville, are visitiuir friends iu tho city and vicinity. Mr. W. B. Richardson, of Jut'kson, Miss., is visiting bis rtilutiroa hero and at Pembroke. Mrs. C. W. MinValfo '' has been HERE AND THERE. $700 to Joan on first mortgage, real estate lor socuruy, There aro now about a dozen prt oners in tbo county jail It. M. Wooldridfre, livery, feed & sale stable, Fritz' stand. Telephone 14-1, A few thoroughbred South Down Bucks for sale at ten dollars. -Inio C. F. JAKKrrr. Col M. D, Browm...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 August 1890

There are many white soaps, pach represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. Tis sold everywhere, : BUSINESS fiARDS TdkT j. A. SOUTIULL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Offioo ovur Firat National Bank, A WnPKINSVTTXE. - - KY. Teleiibone at oSlce nd mlileiM. Junius C. ! DENTIST, ' Office over Kelley's Jewnlry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell JJJfcJM A sat HOPKINSVTLLJ; - KY OPBHATIMO A PTOIAi.T. OOos over at. rrankel's Sou. ,W. "W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office west aide of Court Square. n. J r. i.-l EVERYTHING Road tarts! ox wheels. TeDfiTarnb3reaper Buggies! fgrDon't buy before getting our ftfloiw and paioiogues. mr ,.s TTT HTnnWT T nrt Han.eU.lauat.er. HH.Lm.Tll ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing also at REDUCED RATES. Ninth Street, near depot. McHAE & McCOY, ManitfaV-tiirerso...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 August 1890

THE LiSQEST OIBOULATIOI IN A. CITY OF 8.000 INS (Dim :.: U :: M,Mt x WMLiTIM VOL. XII.-NO. 07. FOR NEXT WEEK, ! 3o. I A yard, Figured Cballio, cost j 41 J at me mill. j 20o.. !A yard, 9-4 bleached sheet ing, worth 2uo. . 25c. Ladies' Hemstitched fine linen limit Tow via new, down from 40n. 3o. A yard Funired Lawnsj f worth bo. f 100. I I A pair Celebrated KoiallS TSeanduaa Sox. A aiCJ'3 J!-ag-v3 150. Ladies' Fins regular Hose, a gain, cheap at 26c. PITH AND POINT. The almlMS maa um hits ths ball's-cy of aurowa, N. O. Pleayuaa. ' The Biaa who Is not ueosMful In lovs at laul SKspes tba horror o( ths war that nay follow that suowas. Puck. Yaa nay only drink from sorrow's rup but once la your whols lite, yat yon will or be alila to srt the bitter taala o( tha dn'f out of your BMrath thereafter. Onoa a Waak. llrlnf up a child la ths way that ha ahould go. and wbea ha la old Juat hear him talis all the credit to taruieelf for - ala tlrtuoua yuulh. Somervllla Jour ah l While eircuuiitaneas...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 August 1890

2)ni!:iii5tii!lc lie uturhinn. riBLisntu riESDU a8 mm lmvse, r CHAS." M. MEACHAM. B0B30KIFU0K 3 A TEAS I 1DVAHOE. l,oM)iw.Hnn.rtlr Weenie per line. Spe eiillueal. t I'vuu imt Hub eael. Inaelllo... Kates ,, , .,,.,ului. luulolHSl u I 'Irattnn. (111 .- II ud SO IliUi Street, OTir Port Olee. TL'ESDAV, - AUGUST 26, 1890. ANNOUNCEMENT. HON W. T. hM.;S. Otvtew eonnty, le a l....iitiei-iill('c;iii'Mlt lv-elecU.. lo Vim B,V ..fieri ... Hi.' ...1U.U ol the district nil-niui-y eka.ou .''t. BORROWED FROM NEIGHBORS. nn-e.n-tM.rr. Messenger.' L. It is cluimed by the olncers o the BiUik of Commerce that Henry C. Cans, the deceased cashier of that in' Btitution, we 8 short in hia cash over 11,900, and the bank is preparing to bring suit against the American .Surety Company, which stood as indemnity against losses to the bank for the late cashier, unless the company settles the amount within the next few days. Cadis Telephone. The jury in the Robert Lucas will case, after being out but a short time...

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