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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 September 1890

IjopMiuwille rutttudiian. T-UO, t.SATllV, mImh toamitr. KUIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 12, 18U0. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. A. A. MeU hu. ruturnod (rum ludianapolis. Mr. Tom Jones returned from Now York oily Tuesday. Mm. E. B. Bttxautt has gone to Louisville on visit. Minn Annie Gritflu, of Lafavutte, lit vUltiiiff Mm. Prof. 8. L. Frogge. Mr. II. II. Metz, of NaahvUle, visiting liii son, Mr. A. A. MeU. Mr. Lizzie Dick has returned from short Tinit to frieuda in Louisville. Mias Sue Buokuer baa gone jo Ciu anuati to spend the full aud winter. Col. 8. M. Starling baa gone to Yiuita, I. T- aud will be absent some time. Mrs. Juliana Clark aud daughter, of "aduoah, are visiting Judge Wiufree's f-unllj. Mrs. W. A. Wilgua returuod Tuos daj from an extuudud visit to the Northern lukes. Messrs. Htturv and Sum Fraukel roturued from a busiuvas trip to Mid dlesboru, yesterday. Mr. John Moajron aud Mr. Mose L. Elb left for New York Yesterday to , buy their fall stock. Mr. Juo. M. Hester has moved from the Fuluud ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 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. w BUSINESS CARDS DR. J. A. S0UT11ALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over Fimt Nutioual Bank, OPKIXSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone st office fd resilience. Junius C, McDavitt, DENTIST. Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSV1LLE - - KY A. P. Campbell. J3EUTXST, HOPKINSVILLa!, - - KY OPMBATIHS A FCI4I.T1. Office over el . Flankers Bone. V7". W. CLARKE, ATTOHNtY AT LAW, nOPKINSVlLLE, KY. O face weirt aloe of Court Square. Andrew SearzenU M. D., rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKIXSVILLE, KY,' OIHie over City Hank. Resilience on Nortli Main. Telephone connection. s--ij . U. Msbcics, 8r. 8. C. MUROM, Jr. ' MERCER & MERCER, L.fe, Hro and Tornado Insurance Agents, TIopVinsvilK - - - Kentucky. Office: South side Court Square. D,,J rl EVERYTHIXG Ro...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 September 1890

TBB L110EST 0IR00UTI0I or any rtm. IN A CITY OP 8,000 A A NIWTT m ir x IMM w NrTUMJ A Live, Nrwir u l rroareatlv mi-TEixu a out $j m mi Complete Job Ollice W CONNECTION. VOL. XII.-NO. 73. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. BJSW-GOOD KEEP Every department will be teeming with new and nobby things. Here's Something Entirely New: a-ooiDs TM CONSTELLATIONS. a SB PmIIUv af Ik. M. tb ftam l . ' Th ancleat astronomers gv th luu of godl to a Imaginary belt extending .round Ih. heavens, having lor III middle IIb th. cltptla, which 1 ta IIM of th. earth orbit, or th. ap jwr.nl path o( th. sua through tb bNTfii Th. sol I pile form. tb nea ter of thl. belt, which U .bout alghto.ii degrees In width, whloh la aaoloBt time Included tb. orbit, of all tha kaown plaaeta but Ira la Buaber aa well aa tba aua. Th. ls-degra belt of tha old time aalroBomot will aot now eoatala tb. orbit of all the rtotatl; discovered laa.u and asteroids, which are tow technically known aa ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 September 1890

;i!;iitf.i;i!lc iicnturkinn. ft RLtSIIKi) ft KDV AJ; IUIBAI MOKM.NCS. CHAS. M. MEACHAM. eDBaORIPTIOH tJ A YKAB ADVAMOE. , lal l-iia.linK nntlrmW cents 1HT IJm.. !-iilll-alaN.-lit Pel' UXTllnlfc Hll it. -i.iiMli.iri taUvurtlat-'ineul fuviilBlit-'U ttli a j''lfMlnn. t OHj 18 end JO Statu Btrttt, otii Port 0H. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890 For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Dftveiss County. "Undo" Lewis Joues, of Muhlen- Wir iuinilv. has boon niatletho Re publican nominee against Goodnight in the Thiril District. f'miL Fills Biioko yesterday at Mor-'auliold, Union county, and lias other appointments in that part of the district for this woek. Carrolltou, O., Is excited over a sud den death Saturday, which the at tending physician pronounced a gen uine cose of Asiatic cholera. Bob Thomas, of the Coiitral City llu-ald hi3 had another operation TMrCirm(vl on his broken log and will bo laid up sovoral mouths with it. The now Democratic County Com mittee is uind up of splendid ma terial. The n...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 September 1890

rjovMnsuillf Itentufhinn. TttO. I. BARILCV, inilftMl Caatfer- TEUSDAY, SEITEMBER 16, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. 8. W. Guuu, of Cenilnuu. spent Satunlnjr and Sunday iu the city. Mr. A. P. Thaitou, of Pembroke, nu visiting friends tn the city Hun- day. Mr. W. A. WIIu baa returned from an extended trip to Northern point. : Mrs. M. E. Bailey and littlo daugh ter, of Pembroke, were hi the city last Huturday. . Mr. A. II. Auderaon has returned from the I'nma meeting at Middles borough, Ky. Miat Jenuie Tancoy returnod home fimiduy after a brief visit to relutivee in thia city. Mm. B. A. Wonnald haa returned to her home iu Louisiana after attend ing the summer with her mother, Mrs Henry. Ben Roeenbaum haa just returned from the Eoxtorn marketa where he had been to lay in a fall and wiuter took. Miss Jennie and Bettie Medley, of Longrlow, hare coma to the city to life. 1 hey will board with their sis- ter, Mra. Dr. Deuuii. ' Esquire W. J. Fuqtia, a prominent merrliaut of Canton, spent yester...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 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 CARDS. D7J. A. SOUTIULL, PH7SICIAN and SURGEON OUice over First Nulioual Bank, OPKINSVILLE, - KY. Telephone st oOlcc r. "il reslilencA Junius C, HIcDavitl, DENTIST. ' Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - KY- A. P. Campbell Z3B2STZST, HOPKINSVILLA - - ' OHtRTlH A lFOIAl.Tx OOce over K, Franxel's Sons. KY W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OBce wel.ute of Court Square. Andrew Searzent, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SIKGEOX, HOPKINSVILLE, KY, nm. over Ulv flank, ltonl.lcnce on North Main, Tclculiono connortlon.. W-lyr. &!!, Si. S.C.MKHrs, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, I-ire and Tornado Insurance' Ag6nts, HopkinsvMi, - - - Kentucky. Office: South side Court Square. DA rr4ri EVERYTHING Road Lartsi on wh...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 September 1890

Ill LAISEST OMOTJLATIOI or ir r.rsa IN A. CITY OF 8,000 sue t VOL. XII.-NO. 74. 0DO3iT"T ,: SOUND SENSE. X XMtcr From The Mont rroml 11 ncnt Kentwky HIimIit. The Dull That Confronts The , Wheal. Tim otlowing k llrr from Hon. Jnn. JJ. ClBnlr, of Ihm county, to the edit or o( tlirt WhorUVa orgne at Jlxmlor sou, explains itself. It will In read Willi much interest at this lime, as Dr. Clarity is now Ilia acknowledged leader of ilia N heeler UHiveuicut iu the Slate. ... , . i -- NcwTr.n, Kt., Sept. 4, IKO. V) O. Collins, Esu, ItrarSir: I have your letter of Sept. 2, and brs lo trial in reply to the reference lo uit candidacy for txiiigrowi: i liar never been a can diibilV for Congress.. Have never ho fern, I buve bera informed been nomi nated for" this position by a "Citizens Party" uor by any oilier party, nd of rnurwt have iievir had the opportunity to "positively" or otherwise decline aui'h uoiniiiatioa. Lect Hie above taken without explanation uiit'ht be niis- ltatinir. I wish to al...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 September 1890

joyutiisutue tntufl:ian. picks list TtBSBtT w; mm mmc CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 8aB8ORIPTI0 A TEAR II ADVANCE. fT I .' 'iiu ma "no liierl"n. Kule. ? ., J, 'K!"'',,,'!n" ""'"""a u "l" a'irjulon., . 0(0 W ess" 0 Stmt, ever Port 0ot. FKIDAV, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1890 INDICTED. At 4:15 yesterday afternoon Ibo Grand Jury returned neural indict menta against C. M. Brown, O. S Brown and John Boyd. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. CROFTON. For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Davaiss County. The best thing for the Wheelers to do is to wheel into Hue for Ellis. Congress has passed tho anti-lottery bill, an iroiwlu J law prohibiting lot tory companies from using the United States mails for any purpose. ltobt, Ray Hamilton, the New Yorker who figured in a big sensation last year, was killod last month while huutiug in Montana. His body was found several, days afterwards and identified. Ttomnmber the primary election on Sept. 27 aud urge upon Democrats to turn nut and vote for Ellis. The larger the vote the stronger ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 September 1890

ZJwMiMoille ftenturltian. THIO. (.lAKTLIV, eeleew Baae.er FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 18JO. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. A. A. Matz ii visiting in Nash' ville. Mrs, A. J. Wal.er i visiting frienda Id Clarkaville, Kee VcKee, of Cadix, apont yester day In the city. Mr. John Motion has returued froiu Louisville. V. II. Nolou ha returned from trip through Illinois. Mr. John O. Runt, of Bardstown, ' la visiting friends io the city. Mr. and Mra. R. Ilollaud, of Padu cab, are uniting at Capt. Board'a. liev. E. W. Botiomly.of Heuderaon, was iu Lhe city day or two this wefc, Mr. John E. Davis, postmaster at Haley a Mdl, waa iu town Wednesday, Miawa Luuie and Julia Veuable, liara returued from a visit to Dauville, Ky. Judg M. D. Brown left yesterday on a profeaaioual trip to New Albany, lad. Misses Linuie and Buckner Lander have returued from a visit to Spriug- field. aq. W. II. Cato, of Scatea' district attended court aevoral daya of thii week. Mra. Cbaa. M. Moachaiu and Miaa Belle Heury are visiting frie...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 19 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. BUSmSSCARDS, Dll. J. A. SOUTUALL, PIITSIOIAN and SUB.GE0K Office over First National Bank, . - KY Telephone ' ottlce I"''U'"C- tjoliiitsuUle Ecntiukittiw KlilDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 18. McDai DENTIST ' Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, A. P. Campbell HOPKXNSYILL.S, - - OPEBATIVS A fPOI- OOlco over M. I'rankcl's Son.. w "ST. CLARKE, ATT0HNE.Y AT LAW HOrKISSVlLLiia, m O Bee wert .Wo ot Court Suuare. Vlwta Sear sent, M. D., PUVSTCIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKIXSVILLE, KY., Otic, over City Bank. lie-Llene. Main. TclcpUoneconnociiuna. S.C.Ma.CB.iSl. . 8.C.MK.Jr. MERCEB & MEKCER, Life, Viro and Tornado insurance Agents, Hot.hinsviUe, - - - Kentucky. Offico: South sido Court Square. EVERYTHING OX WUisaa-a. Road Carts! 'Cou por cent Cheaper RMtT...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 23 September 1890

L&i)hiitsutU( fi in LAI0E8T onununov or mi ran IN A CITY OF 8.0OQ . ANS 1 cwwr m w w w,w m nniutioi A Live, Newsy an. I Progressive Slll-f UKLT AT OU! $! UK IIAR Complete Job Ollice IN CONNECTION. Mittt VOL. XII NO. 75. IIOPKJNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890. $2.00 A YEAE. y uu u u 1 11 III ura mmm EVERYBODY DELIGHTED WITH Tfi ipieoi Stock, WH 13 ' mill Mr wm COME -A-HXTO SEE! BiifflSBTT ,& . t On Aug. 27th Money was worth $1.96 in New York City, the b-vu.uu iiuaa ovoa X OtlUXIBU, SlllCJtJ IXIO Will. VV 113.1, agiuiiuua SHPTlt. to a mon -rV,- "L..-..4 itnc r-i-v j 1 j r. ,i , n 'r.lll ,, " wiij aaclci psi.(juu ili uuiu eels' xi tiiiu w aa uu a. o cm hunt ' for aeood time and rla.rfl trintroQtit in nintninjr. "Rnnt.s. Shoes and Men's Furnishincs. One dollar wnnlrl do almost the work of two. Manufacturers their' goods into hard bullion and it wasn't a question of price so mnfih n s i r. tttq o nnontitn npu i ; . t-i -. no VI vr " 4u,umij(, A no iaiKol Lilt) liU.t...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 23 September 1890

TwpMnsvillt Jjciiiurltfott. m ntisirKD rrssow av minir mma, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 8DB80BIPTIOH (3 A TEAR IH AD7AH0E. l-ncnl n-iicllnn nillri- I'liW or 11ns. Sie-alilliM-nUft ci'iiu M)' lino uui'li lnMirtlon. Kate. (l . 114 uiitvi'ilM-'meut luriil.liuil an ai- p'lnetlon. . . OBic 18 ud 20 Hiith Street, it Pott OJloe. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.'i, 1890. For Congroas WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Duveiss County. Ellis will be eudorsed in tho pri mary Saturday. Democratic Congressional primary election Sopt. 27. Go to Uin primary Saturday aud vote for W. T. Ellis. Domocratio primary election next Saturday. Don t forget it. Cincinnati's population is 296.309, An inprrinsA nf 41.170 in tan Tears. Louisville is but little more than balf as large. Tho McChord-Lewis contest from Washington county is expected to come up in the Con. Con. about next 1 hursuay. Daniel Murrell, the oldest Mason in Kentucky, died in Warren county, Saturday, aged 98 years. - The President has signed the anti lottery bill, prohibitin...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 23 September 1890

rjopMnfltultt iUnturhiatt. THIO. t.ARTLtV, i.Mi Mui.tr. TEUSPAY, SEl'TEMBEU 23, 1890. . PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mrs. II. A. Rogers left yesterday for Louisville. Miss May Blumeustiel has returned (rum ( thro weeks' visit . in Evuus viile. : ? ' Miss Lena Pylo, who bas been quite slek with (ever, is now conva lescent. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. MoClado, o Elkton, visited Mr. A. W. Pyte's fam- lly Sunday. Mr. Lewis Elgin left yesterday for . Louisville, to take a course iu Bryant Si Strattou'a business college. ' Mr. R. A. Rogers left yesterday for Louisville to take a course iu tho. Bryant it Stratum business College. Miss Laura Cromwell and Mr. K. A, llolloway arrived iu the city Sat- . urday, the guests of Judge McCurroll ir. C. M. Latham has returned from month's sojourn in New York, where be weut to buy goods for the fall trade. Misses Madge Fairleigh and Mary Barbour have returned from a pleas- . ant visit to friends in the Newstead neighborhood. Mr. Frank Dabney, of Cadiz, passed through the ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 23 September 1890

There are ' - , many white soaps, each , ...... representee! 10 ok aood as the Ivory." "iust as 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. BUStJESSJARDS. mi. J. A. hOUTIlALL, PUT SICI AN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone t ofoce t -d residence. bo Junius C DENTIST, ' nmnn over KeUey'a Jewelry Store, trnpKTXSVlLLE - - KY, UV A. P. Campbell. HOPKINSVILLA - - Of KT10 A 1PHOIA1.I. Office over 11. Kransel's Sons. KY ' W. 77". CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW nOPKRJSVILLE, KY. Offlim wort aide ot Court Square. Andrew Sear zent, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY, r liv Bunk. Residence on X"' u.t Tnl..ulitino connections, 8-6-ly . C. MSUC'SK, Si. 8. ('. UsacKn, MERCER & MERCER, Life, I-ire and Tornado Insurance Agents, ' Hopkinsvilk - - - Kentucky. Oflice: South side Court Souaro. OA rv.-fr! EVERYTHING , Road tar...

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 September 1890

TU URQEBT OIKODLATIOI IN k CITY OF S.000 W!,W w W k 4MM M Nri'UTM A Mv., N.way an i PrograMlve SHI-f ItKlT AT OHt fS Nl I1AK Complete Job OIHoe IN CONNECTION. VOL. XII.-NO. 76. X ' HOPKIN $2.00AYEAR W H W ?""l LP". timQ !l ,t?V P,Bi-v Sk. era m tor iwik nnj m v. . I ' " " ' 4 Jt a OfTsE . JW Wmmi &gfe Game EarfsrY We overestimated the capacity of our store and have or o wded and pLjecl Goods in,until the unsatisfied cry for Room, More Room is fairly maddening. There's but one remedy, put the knife in and move 'jem out quick. Here it goes-, BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPT. 29, WE OFFER AMONG A - WORLD OF BARGAINS, THE FOLLOWING: 250 flA yn' ',,r " "oul skirting uauiitu wona SrtJO, lO0."el, Ladies Solid leather Delta worth lioc. 150 AyarU, silk Garter Web worth J!5o. 150 P'r Mna French Bulbrig gau Socks, tine quality, cheap at 25c. 170 Amiir, Celebrated Herm , dori" black Socks guaranteed ibsi ana stauilwoj, cheap at llie. Each, Honey Comb Tawels, won a wo. 16C A Pai M'," Wol Socks, worth ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 September 1890

ofikiiictiillf Iicnturltian. pi nusfifi tiesmi a; mi.it iormncs, CHAS. M.,MEACHAM.- oOBSORIPTIOH (2 1 TEAS IV ADVAHOE. Um-mI i-cniHnir ntl-ffn W rent. ir lln. fipfr 0 ill:n:tiU i i-iiiH jr llnu enrli InMrtlnn. IUu it Mnj ailvLTttM-muiiu furiilliMl All p'lftatlun. S- IB ui tO lists gtrnt, mt Port OBm. FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Duvoias County. TO-MOflROWS ELECTION The Congressional primary election will be held iu all the counties ol Uie Socoud District to-morrow between the hours ot 7 a. m., aud 0 p. m. The poll books for Christian County wore seat out this week, election officers appointed and all nocoBsary steps takon to hold the election, although Mr. Ellis is the only candiduto to bo voted for. It now remains for the Democrat!) of tho county to turn out aud vote. Evory vote cast for Ellis " is an endorsement of his faithful re cord in opposing Reedisui and in standing by the rights of the people. During the turbulent clays in the earl ier part ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 September 1890

JjopMnjuillc SUntutltiatt. TitO. f . ARTKV, FUIDAY, SEPTEA1BEK, 26, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. W. It. Bowles visited Louisville this week. v Samuel Shartier has goua to Little Rock, Ark., on busiuess. Mr. D. H. Murrilt has cone to Texas on a business trip. Mewirs. Lea Harris aud Sam Frank tl spout Wedueeday in Clarkavillt!. . Messrs, Ed Price and Joe K. Twy- mau are on a ruit to Arkansas thin Miss Charlie Radford, who baa been visiting Dr. Yatea' family baa returned home. Jim: J. O. Rust apeut several dayi in tbe pity this week. He leavea this nioruiug for Bardatown. Mrs. Carrie Hart left yesterday for the Eastern cities, bore alia will lay in 4 Hock of tine millinery goods. Mrs. M. E. Rodgers if in Cincinnati tbia week wlwtiiiif a large stock of millinery good for her Fall trade. W. p. Cooper, who haa been inak log bin borne in Dalian, Texas, tbe paat year, rut iirned to Lafayette but week, w here be w ill reside. Misaoa Sullie Sivley and Alice West, of Chicago, returned home Tuesd...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 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. BUS,ySSGARDS, DU. J. A. SOUTH ALL, PflTSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. - - Td. In.no t offlce fit residence. Junius C, HcDavitti DENTIST, OfEoe over Keller's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell HOFKINSVILLjS, r KY ortMTIVt 4 PKOIAI.TT. Office over M. Frsnkel's Sons. I W. W.. CLARKE. ATTORNEY , AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OlEco weit ill. of Court Square. rUVSICIAN AND SURGEON, - nonuxsviLLE, ky. omec ever CUT Dsns. Itesltlcuee on North Main. Toleyliime connections, s-5-lyr. 8. V. Mncu, l. 8. C. Manors, Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, r iro and Tornado Insurance Agents, HoiiUiiiBviUV, - - Kentucky. Oflicn: South aide Court Square. n J I EVERYTIHiVO Hoad tarts! on wheels. ten pnr cen...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 September 1890

t II rn LiiflMT niimn.iTinM 1 III v f iW . 4 4 Ar2uLi.' " 'J I I , ' , m . t .;, ' " ' r1 1 1 A Lira, Nswiy u i PncnMlTC am wimi a nn $: ru iui Complete Job Office in connk;tioh. VOU XII.-NO. 77. ' "nOPKlImLErXENScKY 1 TUESDAY. keptfmtw.? i rqo ':;..:r: . ,: . , n a i BwegBHBBaeaBiBBBBgBiapgj ; . ,r,',, ",v, .uu A' liuixw Kim v'3SaEsrf la taking effect, our great overplus stock is beinning'to mora with ft vjm Store crowded yesrerday with delighted buyers. WE'RE STILL TOO CROWDED. THEY'VE GOTWGIT, Sale Continues -Throughout ' the :-- Week! - SSOO rJ' UT " wool ekirting ( fluuel worth 0c. . 15q EsU Ladies Solid leather bolt worth 26o. , 150 AJ", ,ilk Tartar Web worth V . , .' , 160 P;, Hm FoMM-b Belbrig- ' , mi quality, cheap Ceh-hrated tHermB. . . i " Black Bock' guaranteed mi auu eternise, oueap at ao. . f 50 Each, Hooe jDoinb Tatrela, 150 P" Mdu Wool -Souks, . wonn zou. 100 A pair, CUldruoi Full Reg ular Hon, worth luc. 150,6 ,lr' V,T n quality Children Soauilea Una, act ual value ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 September 1890

Twhinsvilit Ecittitrttian. ' fitUSDEJItKDII IK lEIlAI II)KM3, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. JOBMEtPIIOI 12 A YE&B III ADVAHOE. ielrs.lliiviHliwle lr line. JP vUIIik sIk I iviiU per lino em lirtlin. Hew i.'lmtlmi. 0 1$ sso 10 lints Btmt, ot.r Port 0oe. TUESDAY, SEPJEMBEB 90, ltWO. For Congress WILLIAM T.ELLIS, " ' of Daveiss County. Not a Democrat votod for tho Mo Kiuley Bill. The party is now a unit tho tariff luforrr. Anothor Kentucky city is in luck. Bowliug Greeu is to have free mail delivery aftor January 1. Lookout for shoes, woolen goods, tinware and glassware to take a jump. TheMcKinley bill largely increases the tariff on these articles. Mr. Wattorson was banqueted in Boston bv the Massachusetts Reform Club Friday niirht and made one of the greatest tariff speeches 01 ma life. ' The Con. Con. can do a good day'i work and settle a troublesome ques tion for all time by locating the State Capital at Louisville, where it ought tobe. ' Conirress will adjourn at noon to day after a sessio...

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