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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 January 1892

I.. i. n f? fc s ' A. 0s "is.C " to. I havo'tho honor to bo I-W IJojiMituuillc Slctttitrltiaii. THIvO. I!, lUllTI.KV, llniluraa Manag" FRIDAY, JANUARYS, i-WL-'- .11 - PEHSONAL OOSSIP. Yours vory respectfully, Cuas. M. Meaciiam, Ohnlrmon Dem Com. O. Co. DEATHS!, E. 0, Ksol, a former eltizou of Pembroke, diod at his homo In Erin, Tcnn., Bovwful days ago. Esquire E. O. Qriflin diod at his homo at Longviow ilondny evening of pnoumotila, ogod KJ years. Mr, Grltlin was a mombor of tho Christian church and was hold in high oiwm by nil who knTw him. Ho loavos it utifl nun nltilrl nv rP Y fnAn (1A4H ULlVft WtW lVt IMII - l WiVk thia city, preached tho funeral teaday. Tluiunorel sorvicu of Tilllo M. Crutn, hrmit daughter of Mr. or Mrs. E. A. Crum of Clarksvlllo, was by Iter. S. N. Vail at thd rosldoneo pf Ak, 0. Ovorshlner, last Tuosdny afiwiioon. A Janro.rumbor of f riumls were present tooxttJi their ayuipathy 1a III,. ItABi.J..! ' Mrs, Crum had como Uopkinsvillo to bo among hor old frlonda ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 29 January 1892

1 pM i f t F. ? I- t . f M if H. f I i i I DI Grand PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING. We are offering some SPECIAL BARGAINS in Men's Underwear, Oyershirts, desiring anything in now is the time to bny Our space will not allow us io quote all . PllICES but Our Prices Will. Speak for mmini GISH CORNER R.R. BOURNE, OffieooTerG.V CompW's, East tide Main Strcot. JJOPKINSVILLK, - - KY. DR. J. P. THOMAS will riuciiCE nis rnoressioN in ALL ITS BniKCDES. Offieo: Ovor Bank of Ilonkinsvillo. Residence: South VirRtnia Street. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Junius C. McDaviti, DENTIST, Office"over Kolloy's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. W. W. CLARKE, ArTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office weit ildo of Court Square. JAMES A. YOUNG, 31. J., Homasopathtc Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Offieo Cor. Maiu nud 9th Sta. connections houso Si office. Andrew SearzenU M. D., IMIYSICIAN AND SU11GE0K HOPKINSVILLE, KY., ROfflce oter City Jtank. llesldcncu on North "Tiln. Telephone conncctloni, Under New Management., T. O. BRimVE...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 February 1892

F' St,v ' ' '-i is $t N?: r ' "tt ?aer Mt0immmmmmutmm K Lite, Nowij rn i rioxreMlTe atohThe ... Bate" . IIUT At O.UI 1J MR Hilt llamtdttatu I AVTEIt YOUIl .NAME , i fio;pkttttiUtt I AND Complete Job Oifice j t ra vf , IN CONNECTION. I WL?? . '. ' Renew promptly pari VOI. XIV -NO. 10. HOPIONSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1892. $2.00 A YEAR, GENUINE Everybody pleased and filled" with wonder . at the WONDERFUL BARGAINS OFFERED. They are carrying them away in loads. YOU'LL BE PLEASED TOO if you come and take advantage of this GREATEST OF BARGAIN SALES and you'll carry away just as big load and be just as happy as our friend in the picture. It's the greatest tearing down of values the age. To-morrow (Wednesday) we will add NEW AND Notably 1 Lot of soiled odd Lace Curtains for a mere Song. BASSETT & CO. ; !t! Young Criinonbeak "What kind of a mattress, is that I sleep on?" Mistress "It was bought (or a hair mattress, and a good one, too." Crlrosonbeak "Well, It must bo getting...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 February 1892

b. . 'V ,. y - N r i K: , w umMwiiM ajoplUnouilU Scnittdilan. "fniUElliwrtH A3D HINT I0MHB, CHAS, M. MEAOHAM. BrmOSUTIOH (2 A TEAR IH ADVAXOE. tallocal 6 until rr line en; tUwu lUtM crtltemcnli furnlelicU on for ataiiillnf mlf OSci IB aodSart BtoMt tuSdat?Tfedkuary - iwfi. ..,,.,.. ) Tho Republican Slato Convention m been cnllod to moot nl Louisville March 130. Gov. IlrowrTlma'nilcd llit;oo cifs nnd nnDomtcu turco oilier full lonn commissioners nt Auchorngo Asylum, firo of tho eix appointees racu. Thoro has boon nnothor chango In tho editorial department of tho Louisvillo Post. Col. C.il Srars, tho mnnnirini' editor, has retired "for reasons BatisfnctoryUo himself. Congressman Breckouridgo not onlv charircd t'residont Harrison with Bonding o war messngo to Congress after Chill had apologized, hut no actually proved tho truth of his assertion. Thcso aro tho days of literary "finds," but vory fow corrospoiulouces excel in interest "Tho Letters of Wen-doll Phillip to Lydia Maria Child,...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 February 1892

l-s I 3)oiliouHlc lUutttcltlmi. Tlli:o C. IIAHTI.IIV, lluslness MnnBe TUESDAY, FEIJllUAKY 2, u n. rjjMmfwtf PERSONAL QOSSIP. January Arrests. 1602. Mr. W. 1J, Weaks, of Piidueah, vJsiliug friends in tho city. fiMrs.T. fa Harbour has gone Mre. M. A. Uaruesdled ut hor home near Howull last wouk of hoart disease. Mm. Clark, mother of Mrs.Elbrtdgo Hrndshaw, diod 011 Jan HI, aged M years. Hor remain nero takou to Sow Orloutis for Intormont. two year old n of Mr ; Cloiuoua Ucter, tho dairyman, diod of diphtheria Thursday at noou nud was buried iu tho City Cemolory the following day. Ho wan tho only child of his foad parents, who have the nyinpathios of nil thoir friends. Vwamv -Mm Mollio Vnughaii diod at hor residence 011 North Main stroot Thursday night of consumption, aged 55 yours. Tho funeral took pica from tho rvsidonco Saturday morning. Mrs. Vnughan w& a of Dr. I. N. VnuKlmn aud was formerly n Mlsi Drake. Sho was a contisfent member of the Molhodiat church, Sbit Eq. llirnoy A. S...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 2 February 1892

I if lit: h V V I It- y I & Am Grand PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING. We are offering some SPECIAL BARGAINS in Men's Underwear, Oyershirts, desiring anything in now is the time to buy o u Our space will not allow us to quote all PHICES but Our Prices Will Speak for ThomsuTes. Fn & GISH CORNER R. R. BOURNE, Offie ovor G. V Campboll's, East aide Main Street. HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY. DR. J. P. THOMAS WILL MACTICE HIS PROFESSION IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, Offico: Over Bank of IIopkiusTillo. Rosidenco: South Virginia Stroot. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Offico'over Kolley's Jowelrj Store, HOPKINSVILLE. - - KY. W. W. CLARKE, ATTORNEY- AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Offlco west sldo ol Court Square. JAMES A. YOUNG, 31. I)., Homeopathic Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Main and 9th Sta. Telephone connections houso & office. Andrew Searzentx M. D., I'JLYSICIAN AND SURGEON HOPKINSVILLE, KY., ROfflcs over Cltjr lUnk. Residence on North "Sin. Tclcrjtone connections, (Under Now Management., T....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1892

? BL'Tr lV mjkmtrifle Hmtuduatu I I HI' Nfj no Tininultr I A1 0Lt $! f IR 'iHR , AFTEIl YOUIl NAME I AND I Complete Job Office IK CONNKCTIOH. Renew promptlyi VOL 11. IIOPKTNSVILLE, IOENTUCKY, FJRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. .00 A XEADR, Jfc I rssks. L:5 - ! - Tho greatest excitement business. Oui store lias been so crowded wre couldn't wait on half the people who called. until Saturday, February 13th, adding new gains to the other great offerings each day. EXTRAORDINARY! NOTE THIS. American Indigo 131ue Prints are worth at the mill to-day 5 cents a yard and a heavy advance is announced for .February 14th. Orders arc pouring in to the jobbing houses from merchants in all parts of the country, but Nothing can stem the tide of The Great "COLD WAVE SALE" ajyl notwithstanding the above, we add to other great Bargains tfcSorroV 62 PIECES AMERICAN INDIGO BLUE PRINTS ,new and beautiful effects, just out of work, 5 cents a yard. You'll not have this chance again. u f e.'?j "A FAMOUS DEAUTY AT NIN...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1892

i ajoplttttoullle SRcntucltinn. PDBL1SHBD IUSSD.VT AD IRIDAT ttQMIMS, CHAS. mTmEACHAM. 8OB80RirTION $2 A TEAE IN ADVAHOE. Local reading notteea cc nil per line. tier lino eaeb Inaerllon. llatel tor Handing MlTcrllacmanle lurnletied on Otbca 18 and SO Ninth Blrtt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, - 1B02. Allco Mitcltoll, tlio Memphis mur Uoross, will bo tried within two wooks for ltinnov. Until that timo alio will .remain in jail. Hor companion", ,Miss Johnson, who denies hor guilt, will innko nn olTort to got out on bond. Mr. Wnlorberry.of Now York, failed to watch his sou mid tho boy wns kidnapped Monday, and n demand for n SC.QOO ransom was niado in n lottor. Tho alTair will probably bo wound up by tho payment of tho rnnsom. A delegation from Mndifonvillo is nt Frankfort trying to Iibto Hopkins cut ofT from Christian in tho judical apportionment. Tho main is to fix up n'districl for J. Fletch Dempsoy, who wants to run for Circuit Judge. Tho list in Kentucky is Email but very select. It includes...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1892

iv r h DEATHS. little ' Illclmrd WoUo died rrnr( 2jopliH5uillc ftcutucltinn. TIIKO. K. llAltrl.r.V, llu.lni. Mnnagrr FlUDAY.l'JSBTtu'A'iir 6, 1802. t. - '" PERSONAL GOSSIP, ', 12. 0. Sobrco, of llomleraou is In tho Mr. T. A. Smilhson has nccoptod n position i Biilesiutui tor tho h . L. I ; U. Supply Co. Dr. W. Q. Wboolor loft yosterday for Frnukfort to protest ugnluBt the passage of tho McCain Tobacco Bill; Mr..IIenry J Stilus is proalrnlod wltli a. sovercsltack of urip and his physician flnyVlio v, 111 not bo ablo to bo out for n weok. Mr. J. II. Armstrong, of Todd count, who has been in Illinois BOTotal weeks on business, passed through tho city yesterday ou his way homo. Col. John C. Day bus secured n position in Louisville as tobacco tioncr at tiMnttlruu1 aninrvnf $2,000, 1 n Uo Uft (otno days ago to onlor upon bis duties. His family will follow him 'later. - Mm Alma Bagby, of Glasgow, Ky.. an accomplished musician who 1ms for several years been trained In the best conservatory ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 5 February 1892

T HC2D !B 35 &. -:ft "i . 9. t im: Ir- hcWH J IF IT WERE DONE WHEN 'TIS PONE, THEN 'TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.TJIOKLY Men's, Boys3 and Children's Overcoats H Suits Marked down to the lowest EBB TIDE OF PRICES. : Goods must be moved do this we have put the knife into them. PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY. IMMENSE CUT IN SHOES. Nothing has escaped the keen blade. Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps. Prices slashed in all lines at F. & GISH CORNER Ninth & Main. R. R. BOURNE, OffiM over G. V Campboll'sJJast idoMain Street. H0PKTNSVILL1S, - - KY. DR. J. P. THOMAS WILL PRACTICE IIIS TROFSSSIOIf IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. OiEoe: Oror Bank of Hojikinsvillo. Residence: South Virginia Street. HoritiKsviiiiit;, ay., Junius C. HJtcDavitt, DENTIST, Offico'over Kolloy's Jewelry Store, HOl'JUNSVILLE; - - KY. W. W. CLARKE, IFTORNEY AT LAW, HOFKINSYILLE, KY. Offlce west side of Court Square". JAMES A. YOUNG, 51. I)., Hoiwopathic Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Main mid 9th Sts. connections house x ofheo...

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 February 1892

w 8' wapwi " -"""""";'' Wf9IHrtymwr "" r a. iVinrmiil .. n ii 11 ii i.Ljj living Watoh The Date, ymw Job" Work enfttrktittu AFTEIt YOUU NAME I V to and This Offico Renew promptly " hiii in i ! ii nit. am m i ii gggg iii "' ' l m 4voii. XIV. -NO. 12, IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1892. $2.00 A YEAH. Hihii. .mum F SWeoping m 1 1 is;.. . )&. I s I iMUUILWiUM EIM TMW - Bl mi W ittl Bai'lis EVER HEARD OF. . ONE GRAND SWEEP ALL ALONG THE LINE. NO TIME TO QUOTE PRICES. iit.th Overplus Stock Must Move, No Matter What the Loss. - I HAVE SAID IT COME TO - .i a inrinnn JDAOO Gill The accet of sueo m life la to keep busy, to bo patient, and untiring In the vunmlt or 'alllngyou are following. T ti i may now and then make mbuake. but It w bcU tcr to risk th.mtMn t bo Idle and In-' actWe. Ivecp dolai, wlthur H le at work or scoklop tj .otVoii. Motion Is 'jUte, and the builAtar the happiest Chcerlnl. uettre uuor is a An old p!tlhMphr "The firefly only shine oi the wlngi soit is ...

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 February 1892

Mk. 'H 2joj)!iiu0uiUe I JLJ MiLllJU FCSLUB1D TCESDAT AM IRIDt WEMIKS, CHAS. M. MEAOHAM. BUBBOBirTIOH $2 A TEAK IS ADVAXOE. ljeatreaMniriot'.ca M cents rerllne. t tents per line each Insertion. for .tsmlln ( iltcrtUeracnt tnrnlskeil n application. OBts 18 Hi SO HUH j'"' TUESDAYrrEDHUAnY , - 1892. Sir Moroll McKonzlo, tlio oinlnont Eugllsh pUjsician, dtodln Loudon, Vwl11e3dny. Jlichard Grny Bhot omlklllod A. Grogan, at Covington, fornoducing Mary Gray, bis old daughter. Thayor decided to turn ovor tlio offico to Gov. Boyd without waiting for tho court's mandate and tlio transfer was ipado yesterday. Evsugolist Dixon C. Williams closed his meetlnK at JoITorsonTilIo, Intl. l'n lav ovoninir. It lasted flvo weeks nnd thoro woro 112 conversions, in eluding eomo of tho most prominent mon of tho placo. Ho is now nt his horn at Andorson, Ind. Jas. E. Stono, nt prosont assistant clerk of tho Kentucky House, lias gono to Washington to bo given a trial os reading clerk of tho lower Houso of Cong...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 February 1892

Wfr Inouillc fitittttcltiait. HERE AND THEfE TIIKO. K. ItAltTl.lIt, lluilurs tnngrr TUESDAY, FEWIUAHY I), - Mil Marion Lowell. Our pooplo are to have u opportunity of hoaring Misi Marion Lowell, tho talontod public reader of Boston, at, Moayen's Hall, on Friday oveuiiig, Fob'y 12th. Wocau nssureyou that Miss Lowoll Is no mere amateur, Sho has practiced hor profession as teacher and public roador iu tho literary centers of nlnoteou Statos. To hear her reclto "Tho Chariot Ilaco," from "Bon Hur," is alono worth tho priooof admlsHiou. Lot us givo this talontod lady a lnrgo audouco, Admission, DQ) schools, 2fio. Pomona Grange. l'rogrom for Fomona Grange to be held at Falrviow on Saturday Feb. 27. 1, Welcome Address. Master ot Falrviow Grange. Itosiwnso Stuto Mattor.J.D.Clardy. 2. Installation of OflicorH, 8. Dos it pay to uso commercial ferlllbenl Winston Henry, M. B. King, 4. Is the circulating modium ol sul- Iflolent quantity for tho busluosaof tho nlry t If not how should It bo In- F....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 9 February 1892

i A. fe. -i rT Fry x ft:- V IF IT WERE DONE -WHEN 'TIS DONE, TTTEN TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.UIOKLY Men's, Boys' and Children's Overcoats & Sui EBB TIDE OFF Goods must be moved to make room for Spring . In order to do this we have put the knife into them. PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY. IMMENSE OUT IN SHOES. Nothing has escaped the keen blade. "Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps. Prices slashed in all lines at F. & GISH OOBNBB Ninth & Main. R.R. BOURNE, OfficoovorG. V Campbell's, East Bide Main Street. HOrKINSVILLl, - KY. DR. J. P. THOMAS ma profession in I will morion ALL IT3 BRANCHES. Office : Over Dank of HojiUnsvllle. Residence: ggjJlggv. Junius C, McDavItt, DENTIST, Offico'ovor Kolloy'a Jowelry Store, gOPKINSYlLLE K. W. W. CLARKE, ArTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office west st Jo of Court Sqasrc. JAMES A. YOUNG, M.'l)., Homeopathic Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Main and Oth Sts. Telephone connoctionB house & ottico. Andrew Searzent, M. D., MUSICIAN AND SURGEON HOPK...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1892

opkingnillt HetttaduiM Watoh The Date Bring . AFTEK YOUR NAME Yaw Job Work AND to Renew promptly This Office Vol.XlV,NO. 13. IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1892. $2.00 A YBAK2 :S- WIND-UP TO-HORROW. We'll Surpass Ourselves With One """ Mighty Effort AT JUltGAIN GIVING that will carry everything before it. You will make a lifetime mistake if you miss this last day " FOR .. TO MSSS IT as POSITIVE LOSS. Open at 9 o'clock a. in. BASSET? & CO. Tl I n- V Im tti Hurt. "Md yon M J ' wlf. lovel" asked Mm. Lnrklu. l rlrly. na tho hammer come down till tmlyinr thumb- nall uud ho (tmVdurtoed the act with n .l.rl.lr "Not" howhtri Larkln. "It was tlio n'jx In the uioAii I hurt1" Bpoch. OF THE reaf 1 IVor Than "I'l." Wife Why, John, yon have made a mistake and put n lot of 'pi' in yonr paper. Editor Yon nv mistaken, my dear, that is u SivodWb dialect ktury, Jury. Housekeepers Should The great success of the Royal Baking Powder is due to the extreme care exercised by its manufact...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1892

ft . 2jojltiu5ulUc HStutuchifttu 7mu7h!1M8MT MD iRIUI IIUIM, OHAS. mTmEACHAM. BOBBOattTIOH (2 A TElH W DVAOB. lawM reaMn rolle etnU Pl- JJS2; lal local etnU per lire each Inwrtlon. " For ataiulina; adcrtlmcnU fumUfced an application. Offle 18 ti 20 Klata Btrtil. MUDAY, rEMUJAnY12, -1892. The rdonlhly report that Blaine is to resign to followed by tho usual de nial. Cnpl.SamM. Gaines now daily paper at Lexington will appear about tho 23rd Inst. Tho United States Treasure, drawn a warrant for fCOO.Gll, oraount duo Kentucky from goncrol govermeut. s the tbo A conjunction of tbo planets Jupiter nod Vonim occurrod Saturday morning. Thoy are still Tisiblo in tbe sky In clooo proximity, orery evening. Tbo Loulavillo Times' correspondent Interviewed 01 Democratic Legislators and found 17 for Carlisle, 5 for Clovoland, 6 for Hill and 8 for torson. Nearly all of tho Uarliiio mon woro for Cleveland oocond choico. Tho rocont cablo correapondenco with Chili cost us $2.4-1 a word. Blalno's ultima...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1892

m $ -' 2jojitiuuUlc JRentiwItian. rilKO. K. I1AHTI.HY, lloiln.il Manager TUESDAY, FEBRUAUX 12, PERSONAL QOSSIP. Miss Dolln Coombs is vlsltlpg friends ia Hopkins County. C M Ak V. Ilutlaud roturnod from . business trip to llondorson Wednesday. Walter Glllllaud, of Louisville, his , boon in tlm city sovoral uays on a visit to his parents. Jos, West, of tho firm of Gaithor St West, wont to Hopkins county roslorday on business. 'y Mr. llD. Rlngo, editor otiho Hartford Herald, nccompaniod by Mr. W. T. llnyivard, a promltiont Hartford lawyer, enmo ovor to hoar Ingalls looturo. Vanderbllt Training School. ITopkinsrillo ought to havo this school bocaiiso it would to the wealth of tho city and couuly. Thetois no estimating tho vn'uo of such nn Institution in our midst. It brings tho best and most desirable peoplo of tho stato liuro to odueato.thoir children. It onhancea tho Taluo of property. It adds to tho reflnumont and Inlolligeuco of tho population. Tho copo who movo hero for educational...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 12 February 1892

I J m '. iintmai I ,c. ! f K- jtm&t&m&t&1't' IF IT WERE DONE WHEN, 'TI8. DONE. THEN 'TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE Q.UIOKLY Men's, Boys5 and Children's Overcoats & Suits Marked down to the lowest EBB TIDE OF PRICES. .V Goods must be moved to make room for Spring In order to do this we have put the knife into them. PRICES OUT UNMERCIFULLY. IMMENSE OUT IN SHOES. Nothing has escaped the keen blade. Underwear, Overshirts, Hats and Caps. Frioes slashed in all lines at GISH CORNER R. R. BOURNE, Office ovorG.V Campbell's, East Ida Mnin Street. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. DR. J. P. THOMAS l. will pniCTicB nis PBorcssiosf ik ALL IIS BBANCHES. Offiao: Ovor Bank of Hopkinsville. Eesldonce: South Virginia Street. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Junius C. McDavitt, DENTIST, Office over Keller's Jewelry Store, HOPKINSVILLE - KY. W. W. CLARKE, AfTORNEY AT LAW, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. OHce west side ol Court Square. JAKES A. IOIING, H. I)., Homeopathic Physician, HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Office Cor. Main and 9th Sta. Tel...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 February 1892

W&' JW"I"s "jf I I I g'lli!JU!UJI Bring SffSS? I Tow ebft TPVw Watoh The Date' Ijttpkttttrilk fimttakwn m to AFTEIt YOUIl NAME X This Offioo, I. Renew AND promptly, r f jw ? ," VOL. XIV.-NO. 14. II &?" " 44, I'llll " - It la not what its proprietora say, but! makes it soil, and wine tbo contidenco of the people The glazior ii not necoaiarlly a tiratomo man because ho "gives jou t pano." Yonkers Statesman. QRtEF AND IGNORANCE. A Vantfu Mather UI.UkM s Heartbroken W.maii fr m Tlilec, X woman with tm Infant In her arm and two afeubhy, roughly-dressed children havering to her skirts, rushed up to a polloemau at the Central depot "She want my children,'' sho gasped, pointing to a handsomely-dressed worn-n who atood at tho window gazing out on lfe at root In an abstracted man-Bar. "Want your children?" asked tha w.ndtring official, j;8h. l trying to steal dem." said tin wamani "she want dctn to buy, hut I Mil not toy own children to anybody." "iir you am?" "Certain. She say. ahe g...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 16 February 1892

p Bc.; I i k-.. ajopliiiwtiUIc JScntttcltirro. VcBUsiiijii'ESui a;id iridai mm, nWAS. "M. MEACHAM. BOB80HIPT10N 2 A TEAR IN adVAHOE. Local main nollcei M cU Her tine. I centt r line encMniertlon. "l fur Funding ailmllMmtnU SurnlibtU iucnuon, 00c 18 Ml SO Ninth Strut. TDAY.FElTiiuARY 10,- 1S02. Col. Benuottll. Young will shortly bccoino editor o! Iho Louisvlllo Poat. Tho Alexander llolol Co., coruor Soventh and Market Streets, Loula ville, tuado nu assignment, Saturday Dr. A. D. Jnnios, of aroonville, Las announced himself a Republican candidate for Congress iu the Third Dis trict. Jas. Rodgors wan elected Council inau iu tho upociol election in tho Eloventh ward of Louisi ille, out of o fiold full of candidates. Tho child-stealing fad has reached Bowling Green. Dora Arnold, a two-year-old daughter of Jim Arnold, col., of Warren county, was spirited away by eoino unknown parly last Wednesday evening. Tho Clarksvillo Tobacco Uaf Chronicle pins its faith to Clorman and Gray as tho winn...

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