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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 March 1889

4 intin Stlnttt Lire, Newsy and Progressive. SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BUT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. VOLUME XL HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY.. MARCH 22. 1889. NUMBER 24 PDBUBHED TUE8DAY8 AHD rEIDAYB, CHASJlJilM Til io. E. Hartley, Uiislncss Manager. DBSORIPTION BATES. OBeeopv.oaayMr, atrlotlj aaaa In ad IIM IVS ! op, six months $itoe Absolutely Pure. This powder .v.r vartee. A Barrel of .srllr, elrensth and wholeeomaneM. Mora eooaomleal Ibeo tbo ordinary lin.te, eed eaa ot beeold ta eomuatltloa wltb tbo multitude ol low Ml, short wol(hl alum or ph.iephat. rowdora. Sold onl? In eana. BUTALBAK NU ruWOKBCU-lOS W all 81. M . X. BUSINESS CARDS. S. Walton Forgy. O. M. Ball. FORG-Y & BELL, LAWTEEO, ornci ovbb plamteb'I bank. Especial attention given to sll Busi ness. B9.1t HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINS VILLF, KY. . F.M. STITES, M.1D. OOoasTerBeotaf Il0llllTlll HOrKINSVIUJ, . - - KY. A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HO...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 March 1889

JjojiltinstriUe lientuckiatt. 18 AND 20 HIRTH STREET, HOPKIN8VILLE, KENTUCKY CHAS. M. MEACHAM, Editor FRIDAY, MAItCH 22, 1889. Ex-Prosltlcnt Cleveland, accom panied by Messrs. Iiayard, Dickinson, Vilas and Falrchlld, baa gone to Cu ba on a pleasure trip. . Henry M. Caldwell, lalo busluess iranager rf Hie New Era,ot this city, has gone to Decatur, Ala., lo taka a similar position on a now daily paper just started there. The Adairvllle Timet ia the pret tiest paper in (his end of the state. It has just been started and ia not only handsome to look upon, but Is edited In an able and exceedingly creditable, manner. Those who doubt that the O. V. Is to be pushed southward may read this from the Naslttllle American: W lie the talk of lobbyists Is going m It may be noted that the President or i ho Ohio Valley and Ills crowd me on dfrk." Comhir.es the juice of the Blue Figs of ('ajforni, to laxative and nutritious, wi.a the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most beneficial to th; huma...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 March 1889

jjopkiiwiiiUe gcntutMon. THKO. I.BARTUV, FRtDAY, MAUCII 22, 1883. PERSONAL GOSSIP. A. 0. Buah li iu Cincinnati. E. H. Camler !' one 10 HooTfh Mo., to live. Mr. C. M. Latham, hat returned from New York. Jot A. Snoll bai gono to Chatta nooga oa buaiucss. Mrs. N. P. Stevenson li visiting reUtlroi lu Tenuessee. Mrs. P. C. Richardson baa gone on i visit to Louisville. v -Mrs. r1mer Grivci liaa gone to Rusaollvllle on a visit. Miss llallia Itltos is visiting the fsmlly or Mr. H. C. Richards. Mra. P. II. Cunningham, of Hen dertuii, baa returned homo. Ml.s Slush JIarAoy, of Clarksville, la visiting Mrs. 8 It. Crnmbsugh- L.W. Gaines, editor of the JY" lreti, Clarksville, rpcitt yesterday lu the city. Mill Carrie Blalue bat accepted a poiition in the drr goods atore of N. 11. Shyer. Mr. and Mra. Out Riblnaon, ef of Wilson's district, were lu the city yesterday.. ' Rot. Juo. (). lt ut will preach at the Baptist church on Sunday morn lug the 31ttust. Mra. Ada Layuc, ofFairvlew, went east Wednes...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 22 March 1889

This picture shows two laundresses, one at work the other not able to, because her hands are cracked and too imich alkali. Read Prof. Leeds's Gentlemen : The sample of mc for analysis lias been received, As a result, the "Ivory" Soap skin sou and pleasant to the touch and liable to chap, as results from soaps, in which the ratio of uncombined to combined alkali is large. The percentage of uncombined fat in the "Ivory" is very small, hence the lather is clean, white of oil or grease. There are no injurious substances. The above considerations show the "Ivory" to be a pure soap and excellent for laundry use. Very Respectfully Yours, Laboratory op Chrmistry. ALBERT R. LEEDS, Ph.D. Steves i0"' Professor op Chemistry. A WORD OF WARNING. There re miny while Mips, each represented to be " lust at (rood ai the ' Ivory ' ; " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, ine genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and Copyright 1881, by gjopkinguUte Ittttttckitttu 18 AND 20 NINTH STKIIT, HOPKIN8VILLE, KENTU...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 March 1889

:MtlltllCltt5lE ( 'i ' ; - . Live, Newsy and Progressive. GEi.ii -"Weekly, At $2.00 par Annum. THE LARGEST CIRCL'LATIUN. THE BEIT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. CompleteJob Office .ATTACH KU. II I VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 26. 4889. NUMBER 25 liW k 1 II II PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AUD FRIDAYS, Til to. E. BAnrt.iv, Uiisinoss Manager. . SUBSCRIPTION BATES Obi oopr, on. rw, atrlotlj oaab lm Ad- ..,( ..11,00 Wpy, all Btnatoa. . Absolutely Pure. This powrtrr aTer varies. A anai-vsl of parity, iren.Tth and wr.oltwomrntNU. More ttouomlfiAl ihik.ii the ordinary kitvlt, aud ean eol bfi oM in ooinptMltlon wlthtbs Multitude oaf low Uttt, thort wels'it alum or phowrbate powder., fold only id ran. ROYAL BAH INU I'UWUIKVU.. )W wiun. n. BUSINESS CARDS. I. Walloa rorgjr. O. M. BU. FORGY'fe BELL, LAW73RS, orrici ovie flaxteb's bank. Eapeclal attention given to all Hus. new. 9-ly HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW, UOPKINSVILLF, KV. F. M. STITES, MJD. Oft.fi ow Bank of Hopkins 111, IIOPK1KSV...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 March 1889

CKAS.M. MEACHAM, TUESUAY, MAKC1I S!li, 1881). Senator Clisc", of Rhode Maud, lias resigned bin scat In the Senate. The railroad bonded debt of Muh lenberg couutv, now due, amounts to $C.50,000. It is laid to be a settled fact that Cliauucey M. Depew ia to get the English Mission. The ciunamon flavored wooden toothpick it the latest thing out. It is intended to take the place of the clove to a great extent. Mas Gene Mathews, the pretty daughter of the deceased Justice, is engaged to Justice Gray, of the Su preme Court, who is 02 years old. Noxt Saturday is, the day set apart by Gov. Buckner for everybody to plant a tree. The merchant who does not advert! e should plant a goo' berry bush. T.,e proprietor of the Caldwell Courier, who ws almost ruined by the late lire, has not yot decided whether or not ho will try to revive Ills paper. With two of her citizens being dls cussed for Govornor and two others hot on the trait of the district collec torshlp, Christian county ought to bein to...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 March 1889

ffioy ItjuwU Ic, Xt ntiulilan. THEO. I, BARTLEV, . Bailees. Meaage TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. PERSONAL QOSSIP. W. R. Bowles spout Buudajr at Al lcnsvllle. Mr. A. (1. Bush made a visit lo Cincinnati last week. Miss Barnes, of Allenevllle, la visit Ing Mrs. Ike Duruett. Mrs. L, O William. Is ritltlug Uor pareutiln Hopkins County. Merchant R. C. Roacb, of Gracoy, was Id town Saturday. Miss Dottle Mandel Is visiting lier aUUtr, Mrs. Win. Colin, In Fulton Ky. Clifton Clark, of Bellcvlow, has taken a ptaco in Clark & Kly'a gro cry. (Jim. Breathitt will connect himself with Green & Xourao'e grocery store on April 1. Mrs. A. I). Itodgers returned Sun day from a short visit to frleudslu Maditonvllle. Dr. Fuuua was will enough to be out on the atroet yostorday with his arm in a sling. ' Mi-s. J. )'. Wells returned from a month's visit to frlcuds in Florence, Ala , Saturday. Miss Lllllo Price, who la teaching at Uiiunettsiown, spent Stturday and Sunday aOinnin. Mrs. ( k. X. Johnson and ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 26 March 1889

ft. 11 ! I. i 1 This picture shows two laundresses, one at work the other not able to, because her hands ore cracked and sore she has been using soap containing too much alkali. Read Prof. Leeds's report. Gentlemen : The sample of " Ivory " Soap which you sent to me for analysis has been received, and you will find analysis herewith. As a result, the "Ivory" Soap while strongly cleansing, leaves the skin soft and pleasant to the touch instead of harsh, uncomfortable, and liable to chap, as results from the use of many common laundry soaps, in which the ratio of uncombincd to combined alkali is large. The percentage of uncombincd fat in the "Ivory "is very small, hence the lather is clean, white and abundant, with entire absence of oil or grease. There are no injurious substances. The above considerations show the "Ivory" to be a pure soap and excellent for laundry use. Very Respectfully Yours, Laboratory of Chemistry, ALBERT R. LEEDS, Ph.D. Stevens Institute of Technology, Professor...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 March 1889

Live, Newsy and Progrmk SEMI -WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. "TiJE URflEST ClllCL'LiTM THE BEIT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Hnmnloto Jrtn DfTlrv II VOLUME XL HOPKINSVILLE, CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 29.1889. NUMBER 26 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS, ciias. "mbaciiam. Tiiko. E. lUitTMtr, IIuhIucki. M imager OBSCBIPTION RATES One copy, one year, itrlotly oaso is s4- T4QC9 ft, ittoprilx months .11,00 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powter mert,r Tarlos. A marvel of purity, strength and wtioleenmeness. More sooaoateal ibso ths ordinary kinds, and ean ot tMMili in oomiMiltlon with lb nultitoilc of lowUvt, short weight alum or phosphate pawners, win on it id ru. iw 1MU lUWlltil CU lMWftUbt. M.T. BUSINESS CARDS. 1. Wlltol rorxr. U. M. BU FORO-Y & BELL, LAWYERS. orrici ovki plantiii s bank. Especial ltonlloD given la (II Bust nets. 99-ljr HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW UOI'KINSVILLF, KY. F. M. STITES, M..D OhVOTor Bank of Ilo kintvUle, HOPKIXSVIIXE, - - - - KY A. P. Campbell, DENTST, HOPKINSVILLE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 March 1889

JjopkiiwUU licutttchiatt. CKA.S. M. MEACHA FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1989. HOPKINSVILLE,'KENTUCKY. . lit nd growlag elt? of S.IW0 Inoebltante, altuated In a count? al 40,000. Tim Leuunlle suit NuliTille baa two llnee of railroad In the eounty and the people nave reoentlr roted ai1 tot-va newroade. Largest tobaeeo growing nount; In the world. Wboat.oora, bar coal, llveetocaaecl frulu produced lor export In larite iuautlllea. The olty hai four banee wltli an aggregate oapltal of IliU.MO. A. plan. Ing mill and wagon teotorT. three carriage factorlee, lime factory, tobteoo manufactory, two foundries, three brickyard, broom fac tory, eteam laundry, toe faetory, two large louring mill! In the city and MTeral In the eounty. Splondld driving park'and floe opera houae. FITe turnpikei centering la llopklna Tille. Building and Loan Annotation, Com mercial Club, a telephone exchange, numbered atreeu and bouaoe and city lighted by gaa alaeadamlicdatreeuand brick sidewalks all over the elty. Eleven eburc...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 March 1889

Ijopkimwille Jtentucliton, THEO. t.BAHTUV, Inlm FRIDAY, MAKC1I 28, 1889. PERSONAL QOSSIP. Mrs. T. C. Haubery is visiting i Trigg county. MiM Katie Wooltlrlilgo lias roturn eu from Clarksvlllo. Miu Mabel I'Vtlloiv.of Ilouilcrson, i visiting Mitt Lula Wlnfree. Mrs. M. N. Boach la but little If any bettor, being ilill very nick. Mr. W. T. Brame ha gone to Dsn gor, Ala., to remain for tlireo mouths. Mrs. Walter Kolly left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Frankfort Mrs. Albert Kelly, nee Miss Lizzie 11 ibb, spent several days in the city this week. Mrs. P. CI. Jones, of Cadiz, spent several days in the cliy tho first of the week. Mr. J. It. Anderson has returned from New York, where he wcut to buy aurlug goods . Mrs. W. V. Cox and daughter, Miss Lizzie, of Nowstead, are risitiug Mends In tho city. Mr. J. B. Klchsrds, book-keeper for C. M. Latham, Is couflncd to his bod with rheumatism. Mr. Goo. S. Bryan, of Idaho Tern tory, is sprinting a rek with his father, Mr. T. S. Uiysn. Mr. aw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 March 1889

THE A Sultan sat by Danube's tide And sore distressed aloud he cried ; While like the waters to the sea His tears ran down both fast and free. A passing stranger said : " My friend, Why do those tears so fust descend?" "Alas ! " he jobbed, "I've lost all hope ; I've lost my cake of Ivory Soap. No more in pride through town I'll go, With garments clean and white as snow; A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just is good as the 'Ivory' M they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar ai.d remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting it. Copyright 1SS6, by Procter ft Gambia. SjoplunsuUlc Jientuckian. 18 AND 30 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KENTUCKY. ADVERTI8 a KATES. One Inch one tlrrs, ll.no; one wets, II .SO; 111 onlne, IU uo; li ve inonlb 1ft. oo One column ontHiine.llx.O'J ne were, 118 00; alz monthe, SWI.OC; twelve momli, SIMi 00. Over the Cataract. When the brae Stanly and b's tireless followers...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 April 1889

4h m)kht$tiUl Liv, Newsy and Progressive. . GEMI-WEEKLY, At $2.00 per Annum. TOE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEST ACVEBTISINQ MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. IttRUttU VOLUME XI- HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, K.Y., APRIL 2. 1889. NUMBER 27 PU BUSHED TOE3DAY8 AND FRIDAYS, CJlilEACIIAM. Tliro. E. Hartley, Ildsiiioss Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES On oopy, on yew, ttrkUy oak in d . IS I II V 11 1 II II II . L 1 IF 6 S ; vano 11,0 Kipy.ilx nontha. Absolutely Pure. Thti powder Ttr fhriaa. A mirrel of parity, trenfrth aau wh.ironMft. Hurt ooiHim!oltbB tb oril.n.ry MbI, wl eii mnt la mid in nomirtlttoB Wilt. th mnltttaill f low Pt, bort wetirht tlum or t'boipbftU rowuftrs. win ontr n fi. a Nt POWLifcU tO 11 Wall St. N. I. BUSINESS CARDS. t. Walloa roriy. U. H. Bell FORGY & BELL, LAWYSB.3, orriui OVER PLAMTEU'B bank. Kapeclal attention given to ill Busl nes. B9-lr HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW IIOrKIXSVILLF, KV. F. M. STITES, M..D. Offlrtsover Bank of IfopkioirllU, HOrKINSVILLE, - KV...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 April 1889

2joj)litMsmlle Jietttuckiaiu CKAt.M. MEACHAM, C TUESDAY, AIMUL 2t 1889. HOPKINSV.LLE, KENTUCKY. A llro and growing clt? of 8,W)0 InbabitanU, oltuatfil tn aoonnty of 10,000. The LouifTille and NaahvlUe hu two line of railroad in tbe oounty and tbe people have recently roted aid totj newroatta. Largeat tobacoo growing eountv In tbe world, Wheat, ooru, haj coal, . live stock ami fruit produced for export In large tjuantllleu. Tbe city baa four bank .. with an abrogate eapttal of ll6u,o. A plan lng mill and wagon factory, three carriage factor ioe, lime factory, tobacco manufactory, two foundries, three 1-rickyardi, broom fac tory, ateam laundry, ioe factory, two lartc flourtug mills in tho city and several In tbe eoanty. Splendid driving park'and doe opera house. Five turnpikes centering in Hopklne- vllle. Building and Loan Association, Com - menial Club, a telephone exchange, numbered streetaand houses and city lighted by gaa, Macadamised I reel and brick sidewalka all over tbe city. ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 April 1889

liopktneuillc 2tettt.uk.im TrlEO. C. BARTLEVt vsiee.. Menage TUE8 DAY, APRIL 2, 1889. ' PERSONAL GOSSIP. Miss Bernlo Jones, of Cadiz, ti vi ting Mrs. Tom Jones. Mrs. Talnier Graves but roturued home from a tlsltto lluscllvllle,Ky. Inspector R. A. Millor finished hi work at (lie Asjlutn and loft Friday. Miis Marlon Yates, of Clarksille, visited her broilier, Dr. Yates, Sun day. Misses Mttlio and Nannie Boone of K'kton, are visiting K'q. R. B Alclteynolus family. Mr. Jus. llatclicr, of Todd County, ca'iie down last wetk and spent atv eral days visiting I'rof. Rust. Mrs. Rarah Slokos and daughtor, Miss Mamie, of I'rlnceton, returned home Saturday after a visit to IJr Cook's family. Miss Erin Miller, after spending several days with the family of Rot. J. F. Dsgg, returned to Nashville on Monday morning. Mrs. Clarence Anderson and chil dren left for Harrodburg Friday, being called there by I ho aortous III ness of Mrs. Andursou's brother. Misses Cornelia Hester, of Lsfay elte, Mary Heste...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 April 1889

r THE A Sultan sat by Danube's tide And sore distressed aloud he cried; While like the waters to the sea His tears ran down both fast and free. A passing stranger said : " My friend. Why do those tears so fast descend?" "Alas I " he sobbed, "I've lost all hope ; I've lost my calte of Ivory Soap. No more in pride through town I'll go. With garments clean and white as snow; A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "jurt at good at the 'Ivory' j" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and Insist upon getting It. Copjrrlfbt 1896, by Procter ft Gamble. Jjnpktnsuillc runiurJiitw. IB AND 20 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. ADVEEIiaKa SATES. One Inrh one time. 11.(0; one week, fl.E0;aix onto. ( Ou; tnelve month li w. line column one Utne.llI.OJ ne He k, 118.(0; six moulliii, IUU.U0; twelve mum lie, 1160.10. Longevity S:luutiflo men see no reason why the span of human life ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 April 1889

a Live, Newsy ami Progressive. semi-ySekly, At $2.00 per Annum luttu THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Complete Job Office ATTACHED. VOLUME XI. HOPKINSVILLE. CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 5. 1889. NUMBER 2 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AHD FRIDAYS, cnASgAcnm Tiibo. E. DartleY) Bualnoss Manager metitod The da disk W LllClOOtSt Of Our Lives! SUBSCRIPTION KATES Ob oopj, oas year, itnctly out Is U- iim . i -xpr, tli aonthi POWDER Absolutely Pure. TSia aaw,ter Bvi.r aarlra. A watt! of earll;, tranalh aad a-Bolaanioi'nBaa. aooaomlaal I6n th onliDarj Ho.la, aiwl caB aol ba UI IB nmpmiOB wil IBB mnltlluJl al low Mat, abort welbl alum or ' iihoapbau Kw.l.ra. Oolil oalj IB nana. Kill A L BAM U roWDKHCO-104 WaUSI. W.I. BUSINESS CARDS. S. Walloa forty. O. at. Dall FORG-Y & BELL, . LAWYERS. OrrlCI OVB PLANTIB'S RANK. Especial attention given to ill Runt. nesT o-iy HENRY J. STITES. ATTORNEY AT LAW. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. P.M. STITES, M.'.D. OffiM rsr Baal of HopklBlTllla, IIOTKIXSVILLE, - ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 April 1889

2j0t!i!0i)UU Itr.ittuklait, CHA.S.M. MlACHAM, Idiler FRIDAY, Al'llIL 0, 1880. HOPKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY A llio and f rowing fllr of iflW Inhabitant., eltii.tritln aeounl; ol t'j.ooo. Tho Uiiiisvillo anil NaalivlllelKetwollneaof railroad In the oounlv and tbo peoplo have recently Toted aid tal3 newroada. Largoat tobacco growing nouiililntue world. Wbeat.oorn, hav.ooaU livn mock anil frutta produced lor extiort In larn unnlltica. Tlio city lie. (our banka .will, an ag.rt?gato oapltel ofli:tJ,X0. plan ing mill and wagon factory. three carriage faotorlea, lima factory, tobacco icantlfactory, two foundries, throe brickyards, broom fac tory, at-am laundry, loe factory, two largo flouring mills In the city and enteral In Uie uiniy. Hnlemlld drlrlna para'and One opera house, t'no turnplkea centering In llopalne- Tlllo. Uuibllngnna Ioao Auociatlon, com mercial Club, a lelephoro exohange, numbered triuUand hauaca and city lighted Dy gaa JHaonilamlMil .treats and brick ildewalka all o.er the oltv...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 April 1889

JJopIttiwUU SUnturittan, FRIDAY, A I'llltj 0, 18S9. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. W. U. Olvey hat gone to Louis vllle. Mr. M. D. Kolly visited Cadiz Tueaday. Mini Mollle Dulln It vl-ltlng MIm R'chic Boalee. J. P. Wataou, of Cadi, u lu the oltjr Wednesday. Mlu B-jrnie Jouo reluroed homo to Cailic Tuesday. Ike Hart la at homo after an ab sence of "It wexsks. Dr. Goldstein will return from La fa; etla to-morrow. Mr. Joe Inherit la gone to Texas on a proapeding tour." ti ly Duncan left Wednesday for Tm ta, to visit relatives. Sin. John Feland, Jr, la visiting relallvea lu Louisville. Hart BroneugK repreaentlng a 81. L ula wholeaale house, la lu the city. MlaaMarv Hill Toay haa relumed .home to Uariultsburg after a vlalt to Mrs. Leavcll. Mra. M. K Rxlgeri loft for the Eiat Wednesday to replenish bar atock of gooda. Mr. Grafton Broathltl, of Mlaaiaelp pl, flailed hla relative, SIJ. J no.. W. Breathitt, thia week. Miaa Alice II iya left yealerday for the caat to buy spring gooda for her Dillliuery ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 April 1889

Ar.T nccdle-work and valuable embroideries are frequently ruined, or their beauty much impaired by washing them with ordinary soap, which is too rank for such delicate articles. A simple, and the proper method is to make suds of hot water and Ivory Soap, and allow to cool till lukewarm. This solution, while very effective, is perfectly harmless. A WORD OF WARNING. Thorn in many whit tomi. each renretented to be " lust II food it the ' Ivory' " they ARE NOT, but like ill counterfeits, the genuine, ask lor ivory " soap ana Coprrlstit 1880, bjr Jjopltinsuillc luntuckian. IB AND 20 NINTH STREET, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KENTUCKY. ADVZSTIJIKQ EATF.1. Our Inr.h one lime, II.C0: on wcok, l.S0;ell ejitilh,. t (K); twelve months 16 M. One column onethiio.IIS.ua. ne wofh. tin 00; tlx monllu, wi.K ; twelve itiunllis, l).uo. HOW TO TRAIN OOY3. A Itraarh of lametln (larontmeot Kee : leetod by Mwnr Mottiora. ' Is tt not slrango that In manr fnml- Dlos mothnrs muko so grout a tlllTeronco rln tholr Iroatm...

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