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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 November 1890

BUS 2jopHn$tiUle ZUnturtdntt. Timo. K. BARTLKV, BwlPMa MaiM(r. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 181)0. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mi. Poiuduiioc has gone to Texas on a Tuit. Max Moajon returned from Louis ville Wednesday. Miss Mar Blumenstiel spent Wed neadav iu Trouloo. Mr. W. B., Lander is dangerously iek with pneumonia. Miss Allie Bradshatv, of Pembroke, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. E. B. Gray, of Crofton, was iu the eity yesterday on busiuoss. Miss Mamie Alexander, of Harrods burg, is Waiting Mias Genevieve An derson. J. D. MoGowao, of Nashville, is spending a few days with his family in this city. Dr. C. II. Spillman, of Harrodsburg, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Anderson. Mr. Levy Burltholder has leased the Crofton Mills, and will move to that place iu a short while. Mrs. Mary E. Campbell left Wed nesday for Martinaburg, Y . a , to make an extended visit. Mrs. Bottle Uowell Hollowar and her mother, Mrs. Addis Uowell, have taken rooms at Mr. F. L. Waller's act will apoud the winter in th...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 21 November 1890

I : If iff! ' S i 3 it ' ill s if i JJcjJliiiwuUU acntuchiatt. Thcrc.arp inany white BonpUi tach represented to be just as good as the Ivory." They arc 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. rUIDAV, NOVEMBER 21, 1800. 6tOfilE9 0? ERICSSON. AN AOTOR'f AOVSNTURl now tht tr eM.u MM Hf MIS M M, (lot, the ofn at tht Cffl4l VrdiiL-nlw, lias Hlveti Id tlie subtle uittirl Inttirestlnj and amuainst anuoilotes o( hit We as an nctor. In ll he will hav completed bla fifty years of service In the bouw ot Mailers. At the aspira tion o! that period bo .stands to leave the atago altos-other and pa" tho ro malnder ol his naye In the quiet village tra mt linSoStrl and Loved to rowi Hed'Hot nre. - Ericsson never chanrrod hla atyle ol dress from the clothing whloh he wore when he landed In uw country w , ------ -- - ... . h. h ol bis death. lit wore wooton rrV.hia time, lb- Uot ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 November 1890

rv . . . .. y&stx? ft y- -v -. THE lisim pIROCLATIOK ' AND a mciii w w icon m ropi'utwj :' A Lite, ttswsy aa J Proantetvs " ' " MLT $2 MI IIAJt Complete Job Office " ' l CONKgCTIdx. - -" VOIJ. XII.-NO,!93; - m HOPXINSVILLE, IMT'UCIvY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. wis y m r r mrtnnm " a u-h f.i'.'r.j--;7 u v j K v. - k ii fmi fi ei II mm mm mm wm ki i a All dresses hufrht of us dur me Hbuv sale, maue.tiD.in. es .niyic oi- una uupictcucnicu price.. ..n V.j J . 'he Sight of the Season ,N our Cloak Department Don' nrleclnglt,ify,niSojoa ml lUrpuim, iU,ont Panu... CUNEIFORM. CHARACTEH3. Am Oatlln. wf ik. Ill.n.fljphla Orl.la ml The cuneiform of arrow-.liarwd cl:nr. actor Is a oonjrentlonal and unlnwlll- rlbis m tbo later Cblnaas, but patlnnl lanor baa quits recently enabled acbol an to rai h hlomelrDhlo or la la of ika.i.n. Th. . i. j... tbe iUim. The arrow forin lit due to tbo abape of tbe woodoa ttrla mod to Imprest tbe Durat on, unbaked clay. On the oldo.t Hibylanlan ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 November 1890

2j0jiitHstiUle iTcnturkiau. rmisiirnbiiir am ikiuw vhrm.us, CHA5. M. MKACHAM. gDBSOEtPIIOH tl A TEAK IK ADVAHOE. rrn.llnr lmmU H!r lino. - oliill'K'Mlit & Ik fi'r llnr eitrli tiiM'li"ii. limes u. MlHIKhllf Hiltt'llUVIIICUU iUl'UlniiUtt UU 1- Offi.e 18 ud 30 NkU Bunt, oier Foil Offlo. TEl'SDAV NOVEMBER 25, 110. ' Siueo tho outbruali of Asiatic ehol ira in Spuin thcro have beoii 6,4'.I3 cases and 2,827 dent lis. Dr. Koch's paratoloid will liurdlj provont turkey consumption in the L'uiteU States nixt Thursday. . .The nt'gregate majority for the Demooratic Congressional ticket in Kentucky was sometliini? over Wi.OOO. The (Milliuiu 7ii(cj- is living the namo of Dr. C'lurily ut its mast hoad as its first and only choice for Govern or. Vrey Woodson has returned from Chicago with his now printing outfit and the Oivonsboro Mamenyer will soon be itself aguin. MusLruts are digpiijr their liolos high up on the banks of streams this year. This, according to tho weather prophets, means high w...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 November 1890

Ijojililnouillc imtt itch inn. THt:o. i:. II WITI.H , lt.ult.. M-uirr. 1 TL'liSUAV, N'OVKMISKK 2.., IS'.xi. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mn, V. P, Wiufroo lias returned from a vUit to Henderson. Dr. Clarence Anderson, of Prince , ton, Bpout Sunday iu Iho city. Mrs. Chai. Jtoriis, nt Evaravillp, i vixitiug her mother, Mm. Wheeler, Mivi Annie Lind.uy, ot Cadiz, i visiting Mm, John A. Steele at Uru coy. ' ' Joo M.illiutio.if wIiojo reputation for truth U a little below pur, in in Uwn. ' Henry FrnulicI ami Loo llurri made their regular weekly visit to ClurkHvillu Sunduy. Harry darner, Jr., lias returned from Kuoxville, 'iVmi.,.whero lio Iioh been fur six mouths. Minn Emily BoL'j, of New Orlcuim, i-vmitln'f tlw funiily of Ev. Alex Campbell, on N-rh i.r.itn. M N. U. Dickon can now be found -behind tlio counters of Pye, Pickeu & Wall, a nliwnma. Mr. Dicken in a brother of Mr. Sum Dick oa, 0110 of tlio linn. Mm. Dr. It. W. Waro ha pono to Li liruiijfp, Ky., la visit relatives. Klin will ulhO visit ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 25 November 1890

There are many white soaps, . each represented to be "just as good as the Ivory." They are not, but like til! counterfeits, they lack v the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it. Tis sold everywhere. Junius C, McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Kelley's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - KY. ATP. Campbell ES13TIST, HOPKINSVILLJ3, - - KY OFBKATlkO A (PBOIALTT. - OOlce over M . Franker. Son. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Ode west side ot Court Square. Andrew Searzent, M. D., rHYICIAN AND URGEON, "' HOPKINSVILLE, KY., OOm over Clljr Bank. Residence on North Main. Tel.taone oonnocUona, s--ijt. I. G. Hltcn, 81.' 8. C. Vercis, Jr. MERCEK & MERCER, Life, I-ire and Tornado Insurance Agents, HopkinsvUle, - - - Kentucky .Office: South side Court Square. nJ EVERYTHING nuuu Vcma: ON WHEELS TeTL Zrr Buggies! r7 Don't buy before getting our pnefls and catalogues. TEX 020. . BT002ELL CO., Kama tbls paper. ASHriLXB.Tall McRAE &a...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 November 1890

S3 . . ... . ...... or mt rtria mtmh IN A CITV Of 8,000 wum y. n w te.ort M ronntiui catfipjobOfMc IS cbjlAEUTloH. VOL. XII NO. 93. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28,. 1890.. $2.00 A YEAR -WBBnwaaaBSjaBBMeaeBBBBSaBBWSBB 'All caresses bought of us dur ing this sale, made up in best :Style at this unprecedented price, Hie Sight of the Season ta our Cloak Department. Don't miss wclng It, If yon do you will miss Bargains without parallel, THE u Iv -7 We luvt Itw auu btriuit till qutlla hT i a VA ol writ Utl ) Caniirler . . forlhflr trUUof tlo(!ydrllghiliij; we Iot tb . Urn ufMM Ottnot4fnr Ktfr Kgg tuni but, , !, w ov tlw Twrijr bMI bc ill M full of pltuurt TtM rrr I wny our lattgaii UU, th Kimaier rto mmu enuring, tins Vmrk way In eptnulor Walk, tb Owl Im wMe and kauwiiis; but tbrlr ucrotniilt'ttmcuu, Dhi givat, atw inipljr dull and nurkjr to one who ha a heaping plats f tliU Than Id Turkey. The other blnU are alway here- Writ make then romiuiMi, Tery, but Turkey nM but a year...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 November 1890

l)oj)!iltirplUf tlfeUtuirHtdn niushmtiw! kr, mm mobsim CHAS. M. MEACHAM. DB3CRIFTIuN 13 1 YEAH M ADVANOE. Loci rMdtni nntlro. 10 r.nlA ir line. t- ",. " Hi'liill mwiI:iu.uU lur.LlwU ou pllRAtlon. OS.. 1 Ml t0 Btmt, nw Tu Mo FICIDAY, - NOVEMBER 28, 1890. Kbg William III, of Holland, diod last Sunday morning. August Belmont, of Now York, tho millionaire bankir and turfman, died Monday in tho "llh year of his ago. We give our readers a fat Thauks piving turkey on tho outside to-day. Most of them were probably supplied on tho inside yesterday. The Owenslwro Btreet car stables were burned Tuesday morning and nineteen mules and the ontiro outfit of cars were consumed. Loss f 15,000. Farnell resigned the leadership of the Irish party on account of his re cent domestic troubles, but was im mediately and unanimously re-elected. Benjamin P. Shillaber, known in literature as "Mrs. Partington," one of the favorite humorists of the last generation, died in Boston Tuesday, aged 76 years. The Chri...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 November 1890

ajopMitavlllt JUittiifhtott, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER !W, 1800. PERSONAL GOSSIP. I rank McCoy aud wife aro iu Chi cago this ncok. Minn Ilattio Dietrich ia viaiting friends in Nashville. J. T, Rico went to Padueali Wed nosduy, on busiuoss. Judge I. T. Potrco ban returned from a visit to Elklou. J no. IV, B.iyuhum, of Lafajetto, .tout yesterday iu town. Miss Julia Lonir, of Urottou, is viaiting Jailur Long'a family. Mr. A. D. liodgere and family, of Uoudursor, aro in the city. Mr. Lowia Thomas, of Longview, Bpout a day or two in the city. Mm. J. H. Clac k, of Nashville, ia visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A. Motz. Mr. Wash Hud ton, of Nashville, is TUiting the family of Dr. E. R. Cook, Mrs. Palmer Graves and Mia Uatlie Graves are visiting at Kusw'll villu. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Pk) ton, of Pem broke, attended the ahow Wednesday irght. Mra. Juo. Loavoll, of Pembroke, is visiting Mra. Buck tier Loavnll, ou South Main. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grosham, of Church Hill, alteudod the show Wednesday night. Misi...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 28 November 1890

Am iTDii-rr i i IsSaiCsjiaq 7i7fiV'&5 as4iejltsii There a?e many vvhite bOai 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. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Offioe over Kelley's Jewelry Store, EOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell DENTIST, HOPKINSVILL.S, - KY OFHBATIMS A iPlOIiI.IT. OHM oyer 11. rrankal's Bom. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OSk. wwt aid. of Court Squan. ; JAMES A. YOUNG, M. D., Homceopalhic Physician HOrKINSVILLE, KY. Office Cor. Main and 9th SU. Tele phone connections house & office. - Andrew Searzent, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSYTLLE, KY, OHee over City Bank. Resident, on North Main. Tel.phon. connection., B--lyr. I.C.IHUU.S1. g.C.Maoia, Jr. ' MERCER & MERCER, Life, h're and Tornado Insurance Agents, Hopkinsvillo, - - - Kentucky. Office: South side Court...

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

IN UtaiBt 02H0CLAII0I vr my rir IK A CITY OF 8,000 AKD I cmjtt w or ,o m roriunti i imtmit im, iifinu. Complete Job OffI3 IN COXXKcTIOKt ' "VOLi.XII.-NO. 94. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, -DECEMBER 2, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. - p. ' vitr-tS' I i lAII dresses bought of us dur ing this sale, made up in best style at this unprecedented price. !he Sigh! of the Season Is our Cloak Department. Don't miHa arcing h, ii you ao you win jinlns Ilargatng without parallel HUNTING IX ARKANSAS. ("cr tar)', llNMt ut C. C. II. Club ) Wednesday, Nor. 6. The tiny aftor tlia Democratic cyclone, ami a fair, lovely ami happy tiny il wax, Gluts ui u mite to Arkansas for our annual Imtit. Twelve men, four aervauts, tlii cly dogs, horwn, wagons, ainmuui tiou and guns, nuil we have baggage enough (o stock a ranch anywhere ou earth. Reach Memphis early iu tbe ui irtiiug, but no boat leaven ft our landing until to morrow eve. Weary waiting, but feeding like lords at tliu IVabody, whore Uib fare i sumptuous ami ...

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

2joj)ititt$t)iUf citturltian. rtBLisiiMii'iswT as; raii.ii iorjiko, IT CHAS. M. MEACHAM. jdbsowptioi li a ma a advahob. txwal re.rtli.lt hoiWm) cento P1J"- J"'1 lallorau rSJSrSSSST 11; MlNnillllg iwnfniwi"wt" 01-. i aaa 10 Itata Btmt, ant Fott 08m. TEUSDA, DECEMBER 2, 1890. Out iu Dakota (hero are indications that Indian summer will be extended into midwinter. The Indian Messiah is named John son Sidos. Of course he sides with the ghost dancers. Some wit has suggested that Beod's Congress ought to have re-opened yesterday with a ghost dance. Senator Wade Hampton was shot in the face and the sight of one eye eudaugored, while hunting birds the other day. The Louisville city election comes off to day and the hot fight for the mayoralty, between Tyler and Reed, will be brought to a close. . The river steamer Thos. P. Leath ers burued to the water's edge above New Orleans Thanksgiving night, ana 16 of the crew lost their lives. The passengers all escaped. The Indian Messiah is teaching ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 December 1890

l)opl''it0t)Uic JUntufltlan, TllKO. K. 1) IRTI.KY, IIukIii.m Mmiaiccr. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 18U0. PERSONAL QOSSIP. lion. Jus. B. GamoU is in tho city Mr. II. F. McCamy, of Princeton, spent Friday in the city. Mm. R. A. Burnett ii visiting Mm I. Burnett, on South Main. Mr. and Mrs. Percy S. MeKee havo roturuod from thoir bridul tour. Miss Anna Boll Major, of darks Yille, is visiting Mr, S. O. Buckner's family. Judges Joe Mi-Carroll and J. I. Laudcs will go t3 Elkton to-day on legal business. The Matinee Club's reception at Mrs. Gaut'a to-night will be the so cial event of the week. Mr. F. A. Yost, of Princeton, re turned home yesterday after a two days' vibit to his family. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Anderson spout Thanksgiving Day In Owensboro, vis iting Mr. Andorsju's parents. Mr. R. Burke has accepted a po sition with Uaasett & Co. at salesman, ud a good ono he'll make, having liecu a dry goods man for many yoars. Miss Lena Konnody, of Christian county, spent a few days here last woe...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 December 1890

There are ', J. 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. 'Tu sold everywhere. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Offioe over KeUey'a Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - - KY. A. P. Campbell. DJEJSTXST, H0PKINSVILL2, - - ' OPaBATIlia A IPSOIALTT. OBes over M. makers Sous. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KT. . OAo. wart aids ol Court Square. JAMES A. YOUNG, M. D, Hom(Bopathic Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. tVKrCnr. Main and 9th StB. Tele phone connections bouse & office. Andrew SearzenU M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOPKINSVILLE, KY, na ovar CUT Bsak. Ittsldenea on Horth - fclkln. T-elsuuon. conoectlona. e-A-lyr .C. lUaoio,8l. 8. C.lfiacia, Jr. MK.nnER A. MERCER, Life, h"re and Tornado Insurance Agents, , Honkinaville. - - - Kentucky. Offices South aide Court Square. r J nnrit EVERYTIliNU KOad tartS...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 December 1890

tr "m"" r : rseSSfsc : Ttrtf " IIJ UfcGBST GIICTJMTtOS. i . , ' ot ir firm' ; IN-A-CITY-OF 8,000 fWKiT w Of m WM x NPl'UTIOJ A Llvs, Hrwry uj Frorrsaatvs tmntut u tat twit nit Complete Job Offloa" common. iIMVIi hi ii i I I JLM1JU 'VOL. Xlt.-rNd. Do. HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, F1UDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1890. , . $2.00 A YEAR. -AND- REMEMBER ' '--THIS GUEAT BARGAIN SALE 4 -OF -7 Laces, -Ribbons, and Gloves,-! V,"0 200 Pieces "v , All' Silk RiObon. "Gro. grain with Kulio edgea 'and Moire with Pieot edgRs,warautd pure Bilk .all widths. To go in this . sale at oao price. ' - . : - 10c a yard. Not a yard iu tlie lut worth loss trill lit to So cents. 6 A yrJ for 2'U -'uVSatiu edge Ribbon, ail shades, re duced frum 8c. - - 25G T8ri' magnificent quality double faxed satin Ribbon, ail colore, wortii double. UpholsUiy and Curtains. Having jiiHt received f ruin the man- Jifacturor afull hue of Chenille Por tion ranging in price from $200 to 10.00 a pair, wo are prepared to nil all wants in tliia line,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 December 1890

) rriusMiTMSkii mm ioiuws. , ' T- CHAS.. M.' MEACHAM. aiiBsoBiPTioi . i mi ni advaioe, Spe lt.! u l-lktlon. m OBI 18 and 20 IUU Street, wer Jort Ofloe. r KID AY, DECEMBER 6, 180O. The Dornocrats of Vicksburg, Miss., 'ruado a clean sweep Tuesday, elect ing a mayor for the first time in many yan - -.. TheCon.Con. held a half session WerlnesdaT and adjourned to take junket to Richmond, where a banquet was givon to them. The National Alliance is m session at Ocala, Fla., thU week, iU meetings with closed doors. The v attendance Is large. ' The Senate has token up the Force Dill and will try to push it to an early passage. Hoar seems to be the nois iest of its advocates. Peter J. Someis, Domocrat, was Mnvnr of Milwaukee Tuesday, vim Gov. Gcoreo W. Peek resigned. His majority was about 7.00U. " W IT. Wilson, of AbdaUah Park rw.hiiuu Kv.. has sold to Dr. K. D. Wise, of Los Angoles, Cal, for $10,000 . cash in hand, four thoroughbred fillies from one to five years old. , , Harrison's Message...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 December 1890

llfljili'iiflultle luiatltiflit, IIKO, K, MABTI,ltYTBuiinM Mjit. FRIDAY, DECEUniiK 5, 1880. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Hon. Allen 0. Hull, of Nashville, wan iu the city Wednesday en route to Lafuyetto. Mr. Saniuol II. BiiUor, of Louisville, iv visiting' his daughter, Mrs. W. II. Olvoy, for a few day. llr. Frank Mouroo, lato business manager of tho A'eio lira, will go tc Wynne, Ailt., this woek to accept a position. Trof. J J. Glenn, of Madisonville, paid a short Twit to Frof. Dietrich Wednesday to cousult about tho work of tho next State Teachera" Assocuv tiofi. Mr. James Waller, of Trenton, for merly Mis Emma Dickinson, accom Dinied 1)T her little rou, waa in tho city this week on a runt to Mrs. C. H, Dietrich. c:ty court news. Henry McKoo, col., carrying a pis W, fined fa and costs. Satisfied. came, broach of peaoo, fiued $10 and coots. Paid. Jno. Crutchlleld, col., contempt of court, fined $2.50 and votia. Paid. Thaddous Fostor, plain drunk, Cued $." and costs.- Itopleriod. Win. Whipple fa...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 December 1890

UJLi .'.ft'.iLwat-.-ML! IT Thererve a a . many White soaps, j'. . eaih " ' ' :- - - representee be .v ' just as-good asJhe ivi 'ory. ; They are not, bvtfl'HfT .Til jill counterfeits, 'J 'they hdc-s- 'the peculiar1 -jl ,1.-' " and remarkable " .qlaliacaof.:'".'. the genuine j-iSn. IUI Ivory Soap- . .... insist upon having!. Ti.3' sold eveVw""iere. t ,o BUSINESS CARDS. jS""; DENTIST, ' Office over Kelley' Jewelry Store, . r pOPKINSVILLSr. ' KY. feP; Campbell "EDPKEJSVILLiS, . , XT OFWKATIha A IPBOXALTY. " DOM over If: franke!'. Sobs.' W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT, LAW, I cHOPKIKSVILLE, KY. Mtat wssteldsal Conn Sqai ;j t : . ; . , JAMES A. I01XG, . D, iHomaopathic Physician, fcOPKKSVTLLE, KY. " Offioe-Cor. Main and filh SU. Tele phone connections bouse & office. $rt Searkenh M; p.,r ririsiciAJi'" and' stiRGEON, HOPKINSVILLEV KY.,-. - rfmt over OIIT uk. .nealdaiwe on-Hortk 'faror TotaDhontooniMouoM,- - s-a-iyr. ICMncati. , , S.O.afsscis, Jr. MEHCEB AMERCER, t: llire;jtVerrand;'To'rnado...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 December 1890

I HI LAB0E8T 0IBOTJL1TI0H A Llvs, Hawiy sad FnftMlT tin w mu it iui $i r iui Complete Job Of-'ica 1M CO.tMSCTIOrf. or aar r.r.a v IN A CITY OF 8,000 iKD 1 wmi w of w jo.iim w roptuiioj VOL. XII.-NO. 90. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1890. $2.00 A YEAR. and- RE MEMBER THIS GREAT BARGAIN SALE -or- Laecs, Ribbons, and Gloves. 200 Pieces All Silk Ribbon. Gros grain with Satin edge and Moire with Pioot cdgea,waraiitod pure (Silk all wiltli. To go in thia aale at one price, lOe a yard, Not a yard in the lot worth It's lliuu 16 to 30 cents. " 6o "A y,rJ for No 2i " '"' Sa,in edge Ribbon, all shades, re duced I ruin po. 250 yr,' magnificent quality double faced aatiu Ribbon, ail colors, worth doublo. Upholstery and Curtains. Having just received froinUie man ufacturer a full lino of Chenille Por- tiers ranging in prioo front 9200 to t nun) a pair, we are prepared to nil all wants in this line. Pongee Drapery only 10c a yard. Cream Lace Scrim 5c. a yard. Stampxi Tidies worth 2...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 December 1890

rttUSBBItW.lt Att ftlllAi MEW I ' '" CHAS. M.'MEACHAM.- 8DB80EIPTIOH ta 1 TEAR IS ADVASOB. . . it ti-.,. wi-Anti merlins. Simj- el allocate cuula pi- Hue w'l lJrtlin. uaiea uvuVliuicuU lurulaliixl p- li'lralion. , - . () - i OBI 1 18 ml 20 Blnth Stmt, stop Port 0o TECSDA1, DECEMBER 9, 1S90. Klanlcv will delivor liis African lec ture at the Auditorium hi Louisvillo on Thursday night, Dec. 18. Surgeon General J. D. Baxter, of the regular army, died from a stroke of paralysis last Thursday, at Wash ington. Throe consumptives who are being treated with Dr. Koch's curative lymph at New Haven, are said to bo improving rapidly. Alabama and South Carolina arc the first States to inaugurate their now Governors. The other States will follow suit in January. All of the papers now aro filled with accounts of weddiugs. There was never the like of marriages before. Is this another sign of a hard winlert Minister Mizner, of Gautemala, has been recalled by the Presidont for the part he took in the ...

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