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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 August 1890

EjopMtwoUle ruMttuchinn. T-1CO. t. tARTUV, alMI Uafr. TEX'SDAY, - AUGUST 20, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Sam Mendal left for Louii-ville Saturday. Mrs. NbjI Gleuu, ol Madisonville, - was la llie city yesUrday. Miss Fanuie Braiiiliani ban returned from a visit to Henderson. Misses Nannie and Mamie Barbour Lave returned from Ceruloan. , Miss Lolia Dad., of llouderson, in - visiting Miss Gertie Braiuham. Misa Clara Boute loft jealorday on a visit to relatives iu Friucoton. ' Mrs. Roub, of Illinois, ia Tisiting her sister, Mrs. Nauuie Uriasam. Miss Fairmiue SUBiiklU liaa re turned from a visit to Clarksville. Mrs.J.C.McDavitt hua returned from a visit to frieuds in Logan oouuty, JudimJ. W. lurLersou uaa re turned from a visit to Wuito Sulphu Springs, W. Va. Miases Kate Duuvan aud Moaa Johusou are visiting friend iu the fcinkiug ForlC neighborhood. 1 Miss Eflie Dee Gordon, of Madi aouvilln, ia visitiug her aunt, Mrs. P. tlordon, on Campbell street Mrs. Jno. F. Boute returned to I'rimvtou ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 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. BUSMESSJARDS dr7 j. a. soutiull, PilTSICIANand SURGEON Office over Finit National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE. - KX Telephone at office and rosldraea. Junius C. DENTIST, Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell SZ2?TXST( HOPKINSYILLA - - KY orsBATfua a spaoi ait. omoa over If. rrankel'i Sou. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT- LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Offic wm( aide uf Court Square. nJ EVERYTHING nuau jx u; on wheels. Tun per cent Cheaper D, .rrrriocl than anybody. DUgiehS fyDon't buy before getting our awu-ea and catologuea. THE 03"). W. 8T0CSZLL CO , Name tula paper. IHmlTll ALL STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY Pal Melton. Shoes $6 and $7. . Repairing also at REDUCED RATES Ninth Street, near depot UcHAE & McGOY. Ma...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 August 1890

,?cN tOU vXft5 ttfT TV(g ifVN, I 6M mv 'aeitaice to et it HArt. out rwF PASSER WtVS 60NE1 .ivii PtrW-1 FIEP1 I BEGftN &eo,RCHINO FDR IT 7 -AND YDUCAUGKT ME. ' .. " THE UK0E8I OUtOOUTIOI or in r.ria IN A CITY OF 8.000 1KB 1 W W i.: ;: MM :: NKUIIOJ .... X IJva. Newsy aa I injgresslve BHIW.SKU At O.UI $1 fit UA. Complete Job Oflios , IN CONNKCTIOK. VOL. XII NO. G8. IIOPKINSVJLLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AT $2.00 A YEAR. i sewct mc ot u. wr orr. - By Martin ' ; FOR NEXT WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 1 MO '. 0040KAT THAT locwct wok't ClfcTE WEES OTX-3T aw toocHto vou cr etfi ,av uoovikki im ococe ov . time (MM HMMM if to; i ' ' ' ' " - ii ii ii i: u f u Kg -in t 1 va i r..t,,.,, .. i i kj. ii c ..at r.a t nr-j . .. i i ba 6J 14 M V CTa id U DO V- iMtinna 00400IWOMSOOBOMg ! . 8o. I Xoooomoooom 1 30 5c. l 8c r A vard. celebrated A yard, Figured Cballie, ootil j 64 at the null. 2- j !A yard, 0-4 bleached sheet- ing, worth H&o, J 25c. Ladies' Hemstitched fine 6 linen llurk Towols new, xdo...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 August 1890

flEllSHfB TLESDU AM HUIAI lOttlJfO, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BOB80RIPTIOI 13 1 TEAS II ADVAIOE. lioal romllnc nntlpon wnu pr llm. ! cllllo.'U i iU fM line l luxsrtloli. Ku fi'lratioii. lli; 18 ui 10 liitk Stmt, M FRIDAY, AUGUST 1890. ANNOUNCEMENT. "IION W T Kl.I.'l. OaTlM. county, la I In-ill. 'i iill- rumlnl""' ' re-WrtliMi lo Cim- liial)' clti:l Si'l'l OPPOSED TO THIRD PARTIES. "I am unalterably opposed to any third party movement," was Dr. C'lurdy's reply to the KErrecaiAN's interrogation concerning bis relation chip to the WheelerVAlliance. "I am s Democrat. The aims of Democracy and Wheeleriam are in a irreat measure identical. Both have in view the relief of the people, in eluding the farming and laboring classes, by reducing taxes upon nec essaries. Tariff reform is one of the domanda of all farmers' organizations and this relief can only come by co operation with the party opposed to nrotectinir favored classes anu mo nopolies." , . Then you would not lend yourself to any movement ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 August 1890

JJopMiwiille JUntttrhfim. THIO. CIAHTLIV, .aiaaaa MlW FlilDAT, AUGUST 20, 1800. PSBSONAL GOS8IP. Mr. Jus. M. Howe is in New Orleans. Walter Means, of Memphis, to vis itiug iu the city. Miss Lizzie Cox I as returned from visit to Uejidorson. . ., Mm. Paulino Lander baa returned do a a visit to Padui-ah. Dr. B. W. Stone la gone to George town, Ky., on a busiuosa trip. B. M. WooWridge spent several days of thU weok lu St. Louis. MiaaLulaTuA, of Lafayette, is visiting Mr. J. S. Rugsdale's family. ; Miaa Flora Trice has returned from visit to Mis Mamie McKouxie, at Oak Grove. Jaa. O. Cook has gone to St. Louis t aoivpt a good position witu a loau iug business house. Mx. Hugh Courtney, of Oonsboro, ca neovdr to attflud Miss Feland's re ception Wwlnesdiy evening. Mr. W. C. Cook has gone to Rock castle eouuty, Ky, to superintend the quarrying of rock for a railroad. Miss Allie Brsdsluw, of Pembroke, and Miss Miunie Bradshaw, of Frank lin, are visiting Miss Henie Stevens. Mr. W. J. Withers a...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 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. BUSINESSJARDS.: K mi. i. A. "bout hall, PI17SICIAN and SURGEON Office over First Natioual Bank, HOPKLNSVILXE, - - KY. Telephone at ofllee anil resldencs. Junius C. DENTIST. Office over Kelley1 Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell. rrnrmNSVILLA - - KY OPBRATIIta A JrjlAI.T. Olltce over M . Frankel'l Son. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT a LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. I) men we.t side of Court Square. Road Carts! SE5ffie! Ten&rytbSapor Buggies! 1-iyDou't buy before gottius our prices ami catologuee. TEE GET W. ST0C2XLL CO , liamellili paper. AaUSTI.I.B.TBIllll ALL STYLUS OF BOOTS and SHOES MADE BY hi McMannon. Shoes $6 and $7. Repairing also at REDUCED RATES. Ninth Street, near depot. AktAE & McGOY, MlulttItuturt-ae Bariwoorl ....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 September 1890

svsfiatV' talis .'.WN-l'(-.'' A Live, Nfiw.y nu I PnyttrftMlTe fEKKLT it CMT $2 MK TUB ' IHB L1K0E8T OIEODLATIOI - .. o t rr IN A CITY OF, 8.000 rjCXTT w M !) M.Mt x NRUTrOJ Complete Job OHice ' IN CONXKLTIO. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. VOUXII.-NO. CO. $2.00 A YEAH. OFF MOT Another "TIDAL' WAVE" of Bargains go on sale TO-MOR- 1 ROW, (Wednesday) in addition to others advertised. I J 6 C ill! M A mill I C' A yard, lovely Roman Drapery, reduced from 15o. 3 Q Karh, Men's fine Laundered Shirts, bent linen, next muslin, reduced from. U1.25. i 15 O A pair Misses' fast black Hose, lovely quality, size 8 only, worth 35o.j FROM HEADQUARTERS. An Address lo the Democracy of Ken tuck,, Urging a Mora Perfact Organization. "OlUcs of the Democratic Slate Central Committee, Louisville, Aug. 21 -Precinct Committees: Ou the 7lh inst. tho Democratic State Central Committee adopted the following res olution, via: . Keaoletd That the election o( pre cinct coaAUiitteoincu bo by mas...

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

Tppkinsville lentucitian. fl'BLISHEHliSWI AM KIWI MRMKO, nH AS. M. MEACHAM. BOBBOEffTIOI U A ADVAIOE. I-.I ro..ll.. nollrr. , MM. p.1 line. ,,. Itg .,,,."- l.AAtiOll. Oft, IS aid 20 link Strut, sra Port Mi TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 18Ua ANNOUNCEMENT. HON w. T. i.i.i.i.n''w",J;!" m..i.. -(.in i Mtr ii'r '" - : IHVM.MHon-1 I" " 1 1, .11 ol I lie Ul.li lcl pri- mm) I'lil-mm For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Daveiss County. ELLIS' WALK-OVER. From the duy that Mr. MoKeuzio decided not to run for Cougress, there has never been auy doubt that Capt. Ellis would Biieceed himself. With McKenzieon the track there would have been a red hot fight, but the op position Capt. Ellis has had all sum irr was not of a character to endan ger his success iu the least. At first amusing, it finally became annoying by reason of the persistence displayed in attacking his record in Congress upon the most flimsy pretexts, and it finally became necessary for Uapt. E11U to come home for a few days and correct some o...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 September 1890

jjopMnMllle JUtttudtian, V4IO. I.IARTLEV, aiim . JEUSDAY. SElTEMBElt 2, 1SUO. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mi'. J. W. Hays, ia iu the cily. of Dunison, Tex.. Mr. Frederick Bouta lft tbi morn ing (or Louisville. Bon. Wm. Wharton, of Trigg, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Victor II. Fuqiia la visiting hia pareuU thia week. J. M. Carter haa sjcurjd a position wit.i Morriii Cuhvn aa salesman. Mr. Claiborne Edmunds is visiting hia brother, Mr. N. 13. Edinuuds. Miss Lizzie Hall, of Nashville, war in the city hint week for several daya. Mr. Thomas QroeiHlio""haa been very aioa, n mougiii uiw muo iw proved. - .' v, ' " - 1 II 1.1 ... 1 i:.,i I.n ' Mmih. Bon Campbell. William Hipper and Alex Cox visited Elkton Buuday. Miaa Minor West and Mia, Maniie Tarknr are visiting friends near Man niufton. Dr. Goldstein, the noted optiuiau, ii at the riMMuix where he will remain a few days. ' Miaaus Lucy and Nellie Prim, of Oallutiu, Teuu., are the guests ot Mrs, II. B. Garuer. - - Mrs. Juo. O. Walker and Miaa Lix- ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 September 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. BU8INE88JiARD8 DI..J.A. SOUTH ALL, PIITSICIANand SUKGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. TclCilione at oDlce and roslileau. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kelley'a Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell, D2BUTXST, nnPKTXSYILLZ. - KY OPKBATIHa A SPBCIAI.TY. Offlco over U. rraassTs Son. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY, AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. ODIca wett ) of Court 8qur. Andrew SearzenU M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY, re otm City Hank. Bwlilanc. on North u.i Twliihin0 connections 'J 8. C. Vsatsa, Sr. . f. Msacsa, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, Hre and Tornado Insurance Agents, HopUinHville, - - - Kentucky. OHi.v: South side Court Square. r I r i-l EVERYTHING noad tarts! ox wheels. Ton...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 September 1890

lTt ;:v-'' ' TEE UE0B8T OliODUTIOI Or AUt PAPMK IN A CITY OF 8.000 toi'Jti m ir w h.ioi w ritfiuiioj A Mro, Newsy an l ProfreMlTt SHI-f EllkLI AT OUT $J fit 11.11 Complete Job Office IS CONNECTION. VOL. XII NO. 70. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FllIDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. iOFS TO THE K. P. A. Thf Programme of lha Special Eacur ion Tandared by Hi, Town of . ... Middl.sborough. The invilalioDi lo the special excur , aiun, etc., to lie tendered tho Kentucky Press Association by MitUllesborougli ham been sent out. Tbe first page of Uio Invitation lit an imitation of the style of the Middlcuhoroiigh Daily New. A fae aiinile of tlw heading of this paper ia used, lament b which follows: "Special excursion tendered to thf Kentucky Presei Association by Tbn MiddleslKiroughTown CouinT, Middlosboroiigh News, American Pre Association, Limited, ami Com merrial Club to MUldhwlioroiigh, Kontuckr, September 11 and 12, 1." Special train of palaca rara leaves Louisville Wednesday evening, Sep...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 September 1890

Tjopk'msvillt Hfututkiflit, n elisulp n ksbw am remr iot.ics, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 80B8CBIPTI0H 3 1 TEAR II" ADVAHGB. lipl r'llir milli'M UrrnU KT lln, CMl'iN-Nlh ri--itu r lliii fm-li litiwitlon. Rttu i, riitttiliiiic ilvin'l)"iueuu lumlnttMl t (il: 11 d 30 Kiitk Btnat, m Port VKIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6, 1890.1 For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Daveisa County. Tho Seuuto will pass tlje MeKinley Hill ucxt Monday and then look out for an early adjournment of Congress. Several years ago Maud S. lowered Hie trolling record to 2. These figures liavo remained untouched un til last Saturday, when Boy Wilkes lowered the record to 2 08 J A raM'ally Indian agent named Wright has been caught stealing out iu Dakota. He has been drawing ra tious for 7,500 Indians, and the new ceusus report shows only 6,166 in the ageucy he represents. Of the 704,743 employes of the rail roads iu the United States last year, 1,972 were killed and 20,090 injured in railroad accidents. These figures do not embrace passenge...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 September 1890

IjopMiwUU Jletttufhian TUO. t. 811.1 V, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 18'JO. PERSONAL GOSSIP. H. A. West U in NVhville this week Miss Beruie Jones, of Cadiz, ta visit log Mrs. Tom Jone. Mr. Jno. T. Evans, of Trenton,spent yesterday lu the oily. Ming Faunie Frankol bin ruturnod frjin visit to Clarksville. Harry Ware, of Clarksville, spent Wednesday afternoon u the city. Miss Buekuor Lauder has relumed Jroni visit to friends noar Howell. ." Joe Moselcy left this week to at tend Bethel Collego at Russollville. Mm. J. M. Hall, of Auburn, in visit ing tho family of Dr. T. W. Blukey. Mian Edna McCamy, has returned from a short viit to friumhi in Elkton, Miss Mary Md'hersou has returned from a three weeks' visit in irginia. Tom Tandy has secured a positiou with the Mutfulfe iron works of this city. MisaMollie Martin has returned from a three weeks' visit to friends In Virginiu. Mis. L. E. MaCrae has returned fmlil a short visit to friend in West Virginia. Mr. A. A. MeU left for Indianapolis to-day....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 September 1890

There are many white soaps, . each represented to be '. "just as good asthe 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 CARD8. DR. Jf. A. ISOUTHALL, PH7SICIAN and SURGEON Office over Finit National Bank, 'OPKINSVILLE, - KT. Telephone at office and rotidenci. Junius C. McDavittt DENTIST; Office over Kelloy'a Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. ATP. Campbell DENTIST, HOPKINSVILLA - - UPBBATIlia 1FBOIAI.TY. Office over M. Franael's Sou. KY W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Offlre west shle ol Court Square. Andrew Searzenh M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY, Offlre over t:lty Hank. lteshlenee on Jinrtli HiU. Telephone eunneeltnn., ' S-t-lyf. K. C. Until, Sr. ft. C. If isusk, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, , Life, hire and Tornado .Insurance Agents, Hoiialnsville, - - - Kentucky. Office: South side Court Square. DA rU EVERY...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 September 1890

THE UE0E8T OIRCCUTIOI or ast rims IN A CITY OF 8,000 AND A mm x or K imh x miiitim VOL XN.-NO. 71. THE MAJOR'S WOUND. kMckt IK It II 1 14 Omi CIm Tlircb Ml llMiy. "I m toumlfd Hire tfui during the wt," Mtjor I. with n.errr twinkle la tiU nn uruwn pye-oDPo faUll;, but you wo 1 am Mil! no liifaftb lunt of till luUfut mirth." . Trlip, tigjfUKl one of tils llt tnvra, 'yitt wrn Ilk lb man of whom ibe oountr; newMtpr iun wrote: Tfct ball entered bis left tide, Infllctlnir a mortal wound. Wlib gaud raro bo will b a)U to pull tbroutfh all right.' , fl'hat'a jut wbere tbo ball did enlor," replied tbo frit led veteran, cheerfully, i waa In tbo bbeuadoab Valley with Hberldai and we were havlnf a lively little time of it, a rvjrular kare-and-hound race all tbe,tiine. It aeemtsl. We wereebaala Mr. Jobnny Kabul out ol the country and In one of our ebarjr 1 auddenly aupwd horx, foollnf aa If a red-bot word bad been thrust throtijrb me. 1 wa wounded, badly, too. '1'be ball bad entered my left aide ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 September 1890

Ijojiliiusuillf Itcntufhiatu ri wisHEtntswr kv. nmx tmaa, CHAS..M. MEACHAM. 0B80RIPTIOIf ti A TEAR I ADVAIOE. l4'nlnsllniltntl wiint iwrtln. Si- r Hint earli liiMirtlon. 1UUM utntnit lumiaiwi'i mii I 'Irstlmi. Ottie 1 ml '0 8m,t' Prfuj0' TlT SEPTEMBER i, 1890. For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Dmeiss County. Itiisscllville will celebrate her 100th liirlliday in H"2 itli a sort of minia ture world's fair, which tho Herald is working up. Texas Republicans hnvo nominated Wlwler Fliiuungun for Governor and in till Iho oilier places on the State ticket with negroes. Louisville still leads the American flnse Hall Association with 67 games to 0 liy St Ixuis and 68 by Cincin nati. The number of game played so for is 106. The Vermont Democrats did not carry th State, but they cut the He publican majority down one half and gained forty-two members of the Leg islature, electing sixty of the Assem blymen: The Elktou l'rogrtsa came out last week in a bright red double issue, filled with much inf...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 September 1890

ajojil'uiouiUt lUntufltinn. into. t. maum.. luli TEUSDAr, SElTEMBEli 0, IHKO. PERSONAL GOSSIP. B'U RoHeubauiti left Sunday fur (lie taut lo buy gooua. Henry and Sain Fraukel went to Louisville yesterday. Mr. A. A. Sliiti hoi gone East to lay in his fall stock. Mr. Thos. Anuistead, of Lexington is visiting his parents. II r. A. A. QoUlatuiu, a brother of Dr. Uoldstoin, is iu tho city. Mr. and Mm. W. A. ltewl, of Gra cey, were in the city Saturday. - Mr. Jan. II. Thompson, is visitiug hit brother, Mr. Geo. O. Thuiiipaon. Alias Ik-Ma Dtmy, of F.lktou, is vimliug the fuiuily of Mr. K. II. l'rice. Mm. Wootton aud dauglitir, Hiss May, of Longview, were in tlie town Saturday. j Mr. J. M. W.iodi, of Sholby- villi Ky., is visity his tluughtur, Mrs, II. M. Anderson. Juo. T. Edniuuila loft yesterday lo attend Uryant & Stratton'a business College, Louisville. Key. A. C. Biddlo preached at the Cumberland I'reahyturiau church in llcuihiraou lost Suuday. Miaa Virgie Houston, who lias lieen vis...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 September 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. BUSINESS QARP.S, I)R, ilf A, tWUTUAM, pfltHoiAHwdaTjaawa bFRWSVTltfii k felc'ulitfht at office t "d Jl-llittaea. Junius . McDaviU, DENTIST. . Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKIXSVILLE - KY. A. P. Campbell DSJffTXBT, HOFKINSVILU2, KY Ontc over it. rraaurs eons. W. W. CLARKE. ATTORNEY. AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OlM slu. of Court Snuar.. Andrew Sear gent, M: D.. PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON, HOPKINSVIIX.E, KY, m,. ov-r t:ltv Bank. ItraWen" Main. Telephone connection". S-s-lr. S. c. Msacss, 8r. C sUacaa, Jr. MERCEIt AMERCER, Lfe, I-ire and Tornado Insurance Agents, MopkiiwvMc, - - - Kentucky. Office: South side Court Square. r. j 0tl EVERYTHING nOaU vuioi ox wheels. Ten per cent Cheaper RM(rmpc! , than anybody. LUIGOt larDou't buy bef...

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 September 1890

TAB MBOEBT OluOULATIOI a Un, N.W.- u i PrognMlTl 81I1IUKLT At MU j ru TUB Complete Job OHice IS CO.N.NKCTIOK. IN A CITY OF 8,000 I ' 6 J AND I ww x or ... ii.m w wawna VOL. XN.-NO. 72. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FMDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. TILL MOT n rftnn B i J 11 IJ II II Sfl -OFFd IST-EjW" gooxds KESF CQMIN6! en a i i t THE JYPICAU AMERICAN. ft to ,m At-Aruad Jot It rlttr, Mil liiffkU In a Oml Mart. Tb tvpicui A merle.. o( th csJihAtDil d mo( wry like Knj;IUlinini b li ntber mum Ilka a Krnchiicn, but till mora Uko n Amorlctn. You cn not My whr ti dtfTon In appear nc from tits HrlUm; it may Im In hl wlul lila boot, or th wT In wlii-li ha brtulioa hla bat He aelduin luoka Da If ha llvmi much la tlia opn air or waa . fund of Held s porta. Il It much mora Tlvacloaa than an Eojcliaitinan, muru orlgliitl In naiinar, mora for U la 1k' ideas, mora htodura In avary way. II U alroo looytMid company; too mttar vfacnt for twins natlvua of a alow, fttry climate. Ho laVnvlably detac...

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 September 1890

SjojiltinsuUlf Stcntttchton. I'lill'AY, SF.l'TEMHET. 12, 1800. I'tBLIStlKB TIIESDIT AM IT.IB.tI M11SISCS, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. gUBSOWTTIOH 2 AJTEMl I ADVAKOE. I m-nl rvi"tl" niulrOK ont )cr Iln. l- "mm Rilvjrll.uu.eiiu lim.l.lie.1 on Rl l.'IrRiiim J CHii 18 nd JO Hath Bvmt, owr Port Ofi. " Tvir Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, ot DuvbIhs County. At List tho census department has given out the official figures tor Lou villn as 1G1.C05. Tliis is by uo means gutrnfactory to tho city, which confidently expected to show a popu lation of 10,000. VTnmn Clav. tlio youiijt senpsgraoe who forgod his grand-father's name to J100.0UO in notes and skipped out inn ,nit!,u mm. has returned to his homo at Taris and surrendered to tho aut horitios. Ha went to Europe wDen be left. ' Wo have rocieved advance sheets showiuir the val uation of the slate producad in this country to be ja.4.0J annuauy. ti,;u ,n,lu mt Wlursfl but then it ,..t iw. rmombered that a great many slates are smashed in election years. ' , ...

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