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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 September 1890

TUp. C. aAKTLIV, I j TETJSDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 18H0. t,'r'-"-." PERSONAL GOSSIP. ! t KsV. J. N. rreatridge left this mora lug fur Winchester. Vi-" lVBragg,;of Pembroke,; spent - yesterday in the city. . ?. Miss Euiine Vail ia visiting lior b olter, Mr. J. T. Wall. Ri.iloy Russell spent Sunday with friends iu Logan couuty, JiTfi fiieSIwaJeOordou, of Columbia, P "i . . i ?. .' . IUM""ff Aelsou. lion. J. A. McKiwie la now at ;rTT. """o. having returned from Chicago Satirda.,. - - - . , Mi-sari, W. B. Bowles aud Charles 1'- Harden have returned from a busi neat hip to Cincinnati. . A. V, JJi.Ulle and Mr. F. M. Mullen, of the C. P. Chun b. loft Fri- .. . Vltalia Liver Pills cure hoadocfie. Still tha II. & C. Railroad Com pany refuses to act. Tha Brame trial conies up in Nash ville next Monday. - Wantid-To buy a good No. 12 tot gun. Apply at this office. It. M. Wooldridge, livery, feed A side (table, FriU stand. Telephone IU Ruv. J. W. Lewis preached his last urinous at tho Methodist ch...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 30 September 1890

t There are many white soaps, each ,J :, , ' represented to be "just as good as the Jvory." 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. ' BUSIESSJARD1 DR. J. A. KOUTIIALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKIXSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone el oicefil roalilenoe. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST. Office over Kellej's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE KY- A. P. Campbell .DBJffTIST, fTOPTC TVSVILLiS. - - '.' KY 1 0"tATI0 k IPfCUHI. i - Offlceoror M. Frsnsel's Sons. W. W. CLARKE, J ATTORNEY 'AT- UW, , - HOPKINSVILLE, KY. O Oos weal side ef Court Square. ' Andrew SearzehU M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKIN8VILLE, KY, ' nam over City Hunk. ttculilenre on North UiiD, Telephone conneotlons. S-t-lyr. . C. Usees, Si. S. V. liicn. Jr. MERCER A MERCER, life, hire and: Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopkinsvillo, -. - ' Kentucky. Office: South sido Court...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 October 1890

flmikteiStiilk ) "metttrckiittL i TSB LAEQG6T OIHOULATIOI IN A. CITY OF 8.000 ANn t . fMXII OF ;: ,! w WULiTWJ " A Uto, It.sr.j sn i frog It 8IIM IIUI AT OH! $J FU IIAI Complete Job Office. VOL. XII.-NO. 78. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, FMDAY, OCTOBER YEAE. J M ' I ' ' Xp ' 'VV VYVV j IN CONNECTION. J, 1890. $2.00 A THE REMEDY Is taking effect, our great overplus stock is beginning to move with a vim. Store crowded all week, notwithstanding bad weather. WE'VE STILL TOO MANY GOODS. THEY'VE GOT TO GIT. lill.Mllllill'iHIWHilllttllh 25b for " wi iiuuuci norm we. Kach( Ladies Solid leuthor 15c skirting '5C 'V'8"' Amqskong, lino Apron CliliL'llum. Ilronn Check onlv. worth lOr. belts worth iBc. 15C Aord,silk Outer Web worth 1 Fkf A pair. Mens French Bulbriir Kan Socks, fine quality, cheap 17C APir- Celebrated "Horms dorl" Itliu-k Socks guaranteed fast aud stainless, cheap at 25o. 5o Each, 1 loner Comb Tamils, worth 1V 150 A M,,,M Wool Socks, worth 2iV. IOC A P" Childrens Full Reg ular How, wor...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 October 1890

SjojihiMtrfUe 1'. en tuck "mil I-l BLISHKU Tl KUIT Mi HUM JOKMNtS, . CHAS. M. MEACHAM. BCBSORIPTIOH 12 A TEAS I ADVANOE. lwl rr-ailln nollri-s 10 rem. per lln. Rpe- ULIll'll6ft'llUMM-nilM'Hfll Insertion. Kail1 II. -I litiiiHH UHV !lralliHi. ii'ilrriiiviiu fiiruuuml uu my OA-. It sad 10 Slots StiMti OTtr Fort OMos FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 181)0. For Coujjross WILLIAM T.ELLIS, of Duveiss County. Special Registration Oct. 10 and II. The rc'iiistrution books will be again nmiml mi Oct. 10 and 11 uuder the followiug swtiou of the Registration Law for Christiuu Couutr: 8 10. On the Friday and Saturday nuit uftor the lirst .Monday in )eto btr, 1S1W, and on the same days in every Recoiid .year thereafter, there shall be a ri'Kii.1 ration of those per sons wh'ise iiames were not registered at the previous June registration, and who but for this act would be entitled to vote for electors for President and Viiw-l'resident, or for memlxrs of C'ougriKs at the eusuiug election on the lirst Tuesday in N...

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

IjopMnsuillc Uentuchtott. THO. I. IARTLIV, FlilDAY, OCTOBER, a, 18'JO. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mm. C. II. Didtrich is visiliujf friends in Louisvillo. - Minn Vie. E. Meaeham.of Bolleview, is visiting relatives iu tlia city. , Mrs. W. T. Yuiitflin visiting friends iu Louisvillo this wook. If. II. Holland in attending tho l'a- ducah fair with his hor aiid win niug bis share of tho premiums. Miss Alice Hayes is in the East this woek selecting a complete stock of millinery goods for tlio full trade. Mrs. Henry Pfoiffer and duughtor, M ihs Maggie, of Louisvillo, aro visit ing tliu family of Henry UlumeUHteil Mrs. Ophelia Uulliivuth is 'assisting Mrs. Wriilit in conducting Miss Alice II ly h' mi I'll xj s o j du u hor ab s.iu e E n'. Mr. Juinus T. Wallace lias accepted a jxnition as book keeper for Nourse & Moore, ami entered upon bis duties Wulnesduy, Hurry I.ipstiue left for Millursburg tho llrst of the week, where ho bas secured a lxwition as milusuiau for a dry goods firm. Alias Anna Ile...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 3 October 1890

There are many tvliite 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 GARDS. Ml J. A. S0UT11ALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bank, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. Telephone it olllce fil residence. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST. Office overHelley'B Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - K?. A. P. Campbell DZ27TXST, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY UPKKATIHa A IPJ1A1.T. Office over it. Fraukel's Son. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Oltto west tide of Court Square. Andrew Searzent, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOriUXSVILLE, KY, nnki- over Illy niik. Ueslilonit on North Muto. TcIimiIiiiiic connection. S-5-lyr, ,. P. Slum. Si. C " Jr- MERCER Se MEKCER, Ijfe, Hre and Tornado Insurance Agents, qniiltinsvillts - - - Kentucky. Ofliro: South side Court S.uiare. rA rt1 EVERYTHING nUUU Vdl 13. ON ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 October 1890

THB U&OEBT OIHOOUTIOI op anv f r IN A. CITY 0? 8,000 iron Mir .-. m.wo M wreiiTiM - wsj in , rmxreilTt SEll-VKItkLT AT DMT f! PBS IIAE Complete Job Office IN CONNECTION. t$tit VOL. XII.-NO. 78. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. 250 A""'- f-r all wool skirling !gn A yard Anioskeng, flun Apron (Ihiiiii'I worth 40o. j Gingham, Browu Chock only, 15q Each, Lodiea Solid ,.uthi-rwrh 11V. t Mia worth " 5o For choice of any Harper 'm Ba- 1 Fl A yard, .ilk Garter Web worth I Patterns iu stock, worth ifcV. iff. IOC A I""'. Mi'iw troiH-h Ilalbrig gaii Socks, Sue quality, cheap at 25c. 17C A Pair, Celebrated "Uonns dorl" Black Socks guaranteed fast aud stainless, cheap atic. fin Each, Honey Comb Tawcla, worth 1(V. 150 P"'r' Menu Wool Socks, won u 4W. IOC A pair. Children Full lilar How, worth liV. i:(f- IOC A.Pair Vory lino rpiulit uulity o, acf- iiiinircna seamless JIomi, lial v.luo Hoc 25c A pair, Childrcus Homisdurf Black Hose guaranteed faBt ml stainless, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 October 1890

2o)ltiit5uiIlc Jmttuclttah. i'i BUSHK0 n HsBir a; ran it iokmmis, y CHAS. M. MEACHAM. UOBSCBIPTION $2 A TEAR IN ADVANCE. I nillntf niillfi's 30 rpntu (Mr lino. KltA- elsllticiilft & funm ht lino obcIi fWittun. Mntv o. mijt wivui iiBviuuuui lurmniiuu "r p'lcatluu. 1 ui 30 Ninth Stmt, onr Foil ( TEl'SOAY, (XTOBER 7, ltl. For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Daveiss County. Special Registration Oct. 10 nd II. Tlu registration Iwoks will be Bguiu o'iii'l on Oft. HI and 11 under tho following swlion of tho Registration Law for Christ inn Count;: s 10. On the Friday and Saturda; m i tutor tlu first Monday in Octo lxr, lS'.H), ami on tho same day in pvcry (k-cond Ji'ar thereafter, there shnlllxtu resist rat ion of those per sons w hose nainiw were not registered at the rvious Juno ri'tfistratiou, and who but for this ant would be entitled to vote for electors for president and Vice -President, or for members of Congress at the ensuing election on the tirst Tuesday in November of each year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 October 1890

TjojiMnouille lUnturhtou. (tl. I. AATHV, TUESDAY, - OCTOBER 7, 1889. PERSONAL GOSSIP. 'II Mr. .18. II. Ware is in the cily, Mr. V. C. Bell lias returned from WasLington City. Mrs. A. J. Waller returned from Clarksville Saturday. Mra. Dr. J. C. MeDaitt lias re turned from a visit to relatives in Alleuavillo. Misses Ed'th Botiltvarn and Belle Moure are visiting Mrs. M. Oaut in OiVKimlioro this wouk. Mra. Smuu II. Graham, of Clurks ville, Va., in vini( iny her stapon, Mr Thos. L. OraliHin, of Casky. , .Miss Harvey, of Clarksville, has .Ann the inuwf nf Mra. S. It. Omni I baiitfh for several days, 'j Mm. M. E. ItixltprH baa rn'urned from Hie East witli a carefully ae lurled line of millinery good. Misses Lallin and Kale Wooldridge will leave to-day to visit Mr. ' W. II. Moore's family ill Oweuaboro. Iter. J. W. Lewis left yesterday , f.w liia new home at Bowling Ureen. Ilia family will joiu liiui tUia week. Mra. W. L. Trice and Mias Ada II. Oraliain returned Saturday from nionlh'a visit...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 7 October 1890

a; There are many wliite sonps, each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like all counterfeits, they lack 4he peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. Tis sold everywhere. . BUSINESS CARDS. J) It. J. A. fcOUTIlALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office over First National Bonk, IIOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. Tclrplioi'eiuoflk'CK'Hl resilience. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY A. P. Campbell DS25TIST, HOPKINSVILLjS, - - KY OPKBATIMO 4 RPCOIALfT. Ofllve over M. I'raukel'. Son,. W. W. CLARKE, ATTOHNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office weal side of Court Si.aaro. Andrew Searzent, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY., omr over Cily Hank. Uellenre on Nurtli Main, 'rolepluiiie conueotlnH,, S-a-lyr, S. C. MKKt'KH. Si. S. f. Mr.HrKK, Jr. JIKIiCEU it MERCER, - Life, I-ire and Tornado Insurance Agents, . Ho)kinsvilli, - Kentucky. Oilier: South sido Court Sminre. Road C...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 October 1890

fn , - &L$ ( ' r A Lin, Newsy an l Protreaslv. SB1II TEEKU AT O.W 2 FU IIA1 Complete Job Office IX CONNECTION. THE LA10EBT OIEOULATIOB or Av faucs IN A CITY OF 8.000 AND 4 WH :: V O.Nv :: NPLUTIul VOL. XII XO. 80. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, Fill DAY, OCTOBER 10, 1890. $2.00 A YEAJf. Manufacturer's Sample Boots & Shoes Cost 15 to 25 per cent, more to manufacture than regular tock tho workman are paid extra for the care and p"''" thoy take in making thorn and the stock is selected from the very best hides regnrdUwH of cost, and so taken all in nil a wmipl j Ijoot or shoo will ordinarily give twice the amount of wear thnt regular goods will. And besides, there be ing only ouo pair of a kind and till one size they are sold as a ' y " i ; ... i -j ft Dress fell Is more the result of go o d. judgment and taste than the m9re lavish use of money. Our stock of FALL DRESS GOODS Is adapted to fill the wants of thos? who having slender in comes, s:ill desire to make their appear ance cred...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 October 1890

riojjItinsuUlf JKcutuchfon. n m.isi(KD ri Kspr w. nm mormms, CHAS. M. MEACHAM. OB80RIPTI0H 3 A TEAR I ADVANCE. p'lrnlliin. gM U ul 20 IUU awl. 0,M- FlUDAvi-OCTOBER, 1W. THE WHEELERS. PoMIiIhiih Cot Control of the JleiioVrsoti Mooting and Name a Candidate. For (AwiKrwa WILLIAM T. ELLIS, of Dinniss County. ltubo Burrow, the notorious south ern Iran rtbVr was cirtuid iu A'abaina liy b farmer named John McDiilEeaixltwo colored men.Tuos l!iv. The same night ho was killed while trying to escape, but shot two of UiKardH badly w-iunding them. The Wheelers of tho Third District met in convention and very sensibly roncludfld not to nominate a candi date for Congress. Lewis Jones has declined tho Repiiblknn nomination tendered him and Goodnight finds himsMf without opposition from any source. Mr. Will M. Hull, late of the Cou r!,r..lnurniil staff, has Quit journal- jam in Iwcnmo advance agent of the Julia Mnrlnwa ComDanv. Miss Mar lowe is now playing in Kentucky, and trill atnienr at fiowlinir...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 10 October 1890

JjoyMnsuille fteittitckiatt. T-IO. I.IARTLCV, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1890. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Alex Ducker, of Chicago, U iu the city., ' Miu Cullio Oolladay is visiting Mm. J. F. Pyle. Huurr Frankel went to . Louisville yesterday oa bualuess. Col. L. C. Norimai, Stile Auditor, u iu tuwu Wednesday. Mr. J. J. Gaiues, Montgomery, U visiting Mn. N. D. Oreeu. Mrs. W. D. Euuii is visiting rela tives iu Princeton this weak. Mr. D.C. Word, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, U home on visit to bis fnm- Capt. Jno. Pre Las returned from Louisville, afUir an absence of several wjeks. Mr. anl Mrs. M. D. Kelly lea Wednesday for a bridal trip through the East. Jo. K. Twyman and Ed Price have just returned front an extended trip to Arkansas John Skirr has Una pr.mtoted to operator in the Suiriutaadeut's of fice at Evansville. Mwa Alice Haves has returned from the Eastern cities with a beautiful Une of fall millinery goods. Mra. aud Mrs. J. O. Cooper, B. II. Holland, Or. B. S. Wood aud others are attnndiug 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. — 10 October 1890

15 O There are many white soaps, eacli 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, IHl. 4. A. M)UTUALL, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OihVo ovur Flint National Bank, HOPKIN'SViLLE, - - KT Tclrnliui.e al nOVe fil rrnlence. Junius C. ! DFNTIST, Office over Kolloy's Jewelry Store, EOPKINSV1LLE KY. A. P. Campbell DENTIST, HOrKINSVILLi:, - - orCHaTIVO .VS-C1ALTT. omco over M. 1'raakel' Sum. KY w. W. CLARKE. ATTORNEY AT LAW HOPKISSVILLE, KY; offli-c went sld. o' Co"" 9qnnre. Andrew Seanenh M. D., rilYSICIAN AND Sl'KGKON, HOrKISSYILLE, KY., ...... n....v. nt'Maeni'C on Sortli unit. "-i ..... o , , ... Main. Telephone cimnei-llmi. b-s-iji 's.C.Meacka.St. S.C. '.. Jr. MERCER & MERCER, Life, I-ire and Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopkiusville, - - - Kentucky, "oilice: South siilo Court Square. r, J EVERYTHING R...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 October 1890

ft Setttitckiiiit. A lln, Nw7 n i Fni(n)Mlr? 8I1l fEKLI AT OUT $2 MR TDK THE LAB0E8T OIHOOLATIOH or INT PAPta IN A CITY OF 8,000 WMl x or x (i,ooi x Wl'HTlo.1 Complete Jfr!) Ollica . IN UO.NNJSiri'lOH. VOL. XII.-NO. 81. iiopkinsville; Kentucky;- Tuesday, octoieim4, mm. $2.00 A YEAR. To Dress Well Is more the result oi good judgment and taste than the mere lavish use of money. Our stock of FALL DRESS GOODS Is adapted to fill the wants of those who having slender in comes, still desire to make their appear ance creditable. Our experience and close relation! with MANUFACTURERS enable u to present thin season a liue of Drew Goods unapproachable iu STYLE, QUAUTy TRICE. BASSETT & CO. COPVINQ FROM US. rrafMn CiuInN umf Take ttse Illat mm4 A. o.rt Mr litems'. Marturoeitr 14m " Tho style of reciprocity whloh the protectionists Ip th tw-naU adopted a - the result of the agitation set In notion by Main scetui likely to find an Itnl tutor In Kuropa The roolproultjr adopt . d by the Hrnato i...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 October 1890

ajjpltiuouiUc Jtcnturhitttw n BLISP TLESOVT A HtlMI lOKMXCS. CHA3. M. MEACHAM. gCBSORirrioN ta k teae ih advance. I ,..! ll.illi-i- '' I"'"' .J'1'' i " . , n ."i -i"f i"1"""- K"u,,, " .1." i"l"irf K.'rtl.cuioiil. luruMud on l-'lrtiilmi. Oli.i 18 md 20 Bintb Btteet, ont Poit OBm- For Congross WILLIAM T.ELLIS, of Paveiss County. , Mr. Kami H. Caldwell, a loading citiwiiof liusscllvillt-, was titrickon Willi paralysis at Louisville Saturday and died in a few hours. H Mr. Bourlaml should get to Con gress and attract no more attention tlian he lias in the Constitutional Con vent ion for I ho last live weeks, he w ould lertaiulv not sot the world afire The Fulton O nijdjic claims to have reliable information that Hon. Wm. M. Smith, of Mayfiold, will l candidate for Circuit Judge in his dis trict in 18H2. Tho Kextcckiax would like to see Mr. Smith run for some thing that would afford Christian an opiortunity to show her appreciation of his services iu passing her Registra tion Law. The Dem...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 October 1890

2)OijMu0uille. lUntnrhiait, T-4ICO. . SASTISV, TUESDAY, - OCTOBER 14, 1H89. PERSQNAL GOSSIP. Mr. E. O. Sebree, of Henderson," l in the city. MiKi Cora liucon in visiting MUs Mary Clark. Mrs. Jaa. Fall, La Crotwo, Wis., is viniliug Mm. l'uuline Lander. Mr. C. M. Brown visited St. Louis IuhI week to see tlio President. Iter. 8,'N. Vail and Mr. A. M. Wal lis are attending the meeting of their J'reeb;lery iu Louisville. Dr. Andrew Seargent returned Sat urday fn in a trip to Louisville, whore ho had boon to attend meeting of the MixsisHippi Valley Medirul As-ooiation. CREAM 0F NEWS. Crown's Majority Incroattd. The coutiwliug lioanl yesterday made publio tliuir deciaion iu the Lauder-D.-ouu content. Thirty threeof Lander's votes ami thirty of Brown 'i wero thrown oiil, increasing Judge Brown's majority of 21 to 24. No at tention was paid to the lint of votes ctuimed by Lauder who wore not re corded on tho books as voting for hiiu. j Brams's Light Santanc The trial of W. T. Brama for the k...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 14 October 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. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Ofliw ovor KebVy's Jewelry Store, HOPKIXSYILLE - - KY. ATpTCampbell J33EUTIST, HOrKIXSYILLS, - KY OFKBATIHS A BPCOIALTT. Oftlco over at. rVansol's Sons. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIOPKINSVILLE, KY. u flics west side of Court Sqnsre. Andrew Searzenh M. D.. rilYSICIAN AM) SURGEON, HOPKIXSYILLE, KY., Oflli-c ovor City Hank. itcalilcncc on North Main. Tolelihi.no connection. 8-5-l)r. 8. C. MKROXR, Si. 8. C. Mhslxk, Jr. MEKCEIl AMERCER, Lfe, Hrc and Tornado . Insurance Agents, HoihVinavillr, - - - Kentucky. Office: South sido Court So.uare. DnA r-rtol EVERYTHING Koad tarts' ox wheels. Ten ior cent Clieaier D. irrfTJ ic' tluin nnytxxly. DUggLfc. fag" Don't buy before getting our pricus and...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 October 1890

A f.tvc, Xuiv.yan i I'rogiwlv MI.Ekir'jiT o.ui a PIS Kt THB LalOEST OIBOULATIOH r akv pahr IN A. CITY .OF 8.000 mm M x n,m :.j mum .':',C o .in pis e 766 "Of r J oe VOL. XII.-NO. 82. IIOrKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, $2.00 'A..YEAB. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 1890..: . . : ; ; y:J To Dress Well Is mere the ie&ut of good judgment and taste than the mere lavish use of money. Our stock of FALL DRESS GOODS Is adapted to 'fill the wants of those who having slender in comes, still desire to make their appear ance creditable. Our experience and close relations with MANUFACTURERS enable us to present tkia season line of Dreea O&xU unapproachable in STYLE' QUALITY, PRICE. BASSETT & CO. THE SMELL OF MONOPOLY." piM IMMM la 1B1W ui IIW-TU . Dm Wm or Tsrta- M. Thaa m IU AM It taM Haw. Tariff hi. tor, like ethar alitor, ra- pnu liul(.!a. tka flwal year 1871 aa4 1ST a iarptaa of uni.tbiaf Ilka 1100,000.01)4 bad aoeuaiulatt as U re. aultol wa dot e 'wliloh had aol beaa nduoad. Tbara w" tba ao partr m xl...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 17 October 1890

aiojhittfluillf nitutliifltt. ..""rrtiisittfi'isni'Mi nmi iomho. i rHAS. M. MEACHAM. , aOBSOWPTIOI 13 a TEA1 M 1DVAI0B. U. a44....K . o'lnjul.a. F KID AT, - OCTOBER, 17, 1890. For Congress WILLIAM T. ELLIS, . of Daveiss County.- Mr. Juo! H. Milliken, who w rob bed of JS,(XW by Elliot, one of his as sistants in the L. & X. office at Louis villo.istobegiveua bonefit by his frientson Nov. 141 h. Tickets will seU for $1.00 apiwe and if all of Mr Milliken's friends could attend, his heavy loss would bo more than made up. The Vermont Legislature, that came so near being Democratic, has re elected Senator Morrill. Miss Sarah Igleheart, of Daviess county, was killed by a falling tree while gathering nuts last Monday. Mr. Richard A. Harness is to wed Miss Van Pritchett at Onensboro next week. Of course they will take s bridle tour. It is now given out that the long-talked-of consolidation of the Louis ville and Cincinnati warehouses will be a fixed fact by the middle of next week. The co...

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