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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 4 March 1892

lijiiMnifmmi'mnrt -' 2jij)h..ujiille HScutttclittltt. Ml IIHWWP WW "fMllSfllDILISDU MB IRIWI MMISU, OFTAS. M. MEAOHAM. BOBSOWPTIOH $3 A TEAB IK ADVAHOB. Iwalreailln: notice. 10 tent; perllna. ceiiti per line mc h nwrtjoii natft IbrttBBiUni admtlitment funlibca on pllsBtlon, Offlc 18 Bid 30 Ninth Strut' Tho great utrlko of conductors iu IndlanapolU Is oror and tho cars havo rosumod business. Chairman TCostlouian lias called tho Slalo Committeo tn moot March 18. Lot's havo "An early convention, and forwnrd steps in Tariff Ko- ionn." At rroachorsTillo, Garranl county, Sam Hothwoll, aged 10, shot ami killed Iloss Higsby, aged 19, for criminally assaulting his sister. Sam 0. Nunn, doputy wardon of tho Etldy villo penitentiary, who rocently wounded Z. J. Montgomery, tho Mason & Foard Co'e manager, has been tried and acquitted. Nunn is undor susponsiou. Mrs. Tom Brown, of McCrackeu county, eloped with Dnvo CoIo,hor husband's farm hand, whilo Brow was in jail for drunkenness. Tho eloper...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 4 March 1892

Y &sttaitt6a jEjojiltiMijillc ftcttttidiiatt TllKO. K. rtAI.M.t.1', llusln.ss Unrr FRIDAY, MARCH 1, ,IJlJMAWWJIIUllJIIJU'llIlim ie PERSONAL QOSblf. Johu T. Edmunds sponnVodiienday at Datrsou. llr.T. M. Kdmuiuliton. has returned IU it business trip to Ills. 1'. I. Richardson, of Frank fort, I visiting roUllvw ot Pembroke. Mrs. M. D. Ilrowu aud dougbtor ore visitlug relative uour Fnirvlow. Miss Agues McCamjr, of Princeton, In viHitinr frlouds ami rolatUos In tho city. y(u. W. L. Daj, of Siwtlsylvunlo, ccfuiity, Vu, was lu tho city yesterday ou business. Mrs. J. K. Oant 5ud threo children isllod for Germany a fowdojs sgo, to visit relatives. Charlie Shyer, of Nashville, omoug liia many friends hi tho city two data of thinjwock. Mr. Alox Cox has losiguod his position with J. H. Audoreon A Co and will with his brother Horinau start a gent's furuiihing atom in thti room nowoccup'ed by C. 12. West. I'orben St Bro'a largo two-story brick worohouso on the corner of Virginia mid Tenth Cre...

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

HELPI HELP! THE LADr FAINTS. M,TU tho tirlnk of nn PTC . TU tho dnuiRht of n lircMh, l'rom tho blossom of health, To ta paleness of dcatb." . When sudden fnlnllrjp pclla coma tipon n ladjr, you may nlwnys suspect sorao uterlno illiturbanccs or trouble, or Bomo great disorder In I ho circulation nn J norvo centers. A remedy tint hai al-way proved succeMfitlliiwardliiRofr and removing tho tendency to a reenrrcneo of fainting spells that remove! tho cnttsa of them, corrects tho circulation of blood, anu Rives to mo syaicm mat even r until dr ncrvout cncrjry 10 essential, Is Dr. Vleno'B Tavorlto Prescription. Tho "Prescription" Is guaranteed to rIvo satisfaction In every case, or money refunded. Nothing clso does oa much. You only pay for tho good you get. Can you ask moro ? As a regulator and promoter of functional ncllon, at tho critical period of Chango from girlhood to womanhood, "Ftworlto Prescription" U a perfectly eafo remedial agent, and can product only good rciultt. It Is equa...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 March 1892

Ileittehimt &, ill' V li a & rtl i I kmUmti Bring J J . a . . i l . Watoh The Date l Yohr Job' Work A milt YOUlt NAMB II to nioiiRmBiitue -and- n This Offioc Renew promptly i n ij frVOL. XIV. -NO. LifiJJIi c20. muMytiipwMi j'vnrnlorr. nrirl watnhful lor our custom wo have made arrangements wih the manufacturers of Foster's Gloves ior the services of a professional lady-love fitter for 10 days, beginning March 10. During thi time Ladies and Gentlemen can have gloves fitted perfectly to the hand free of oharee. Our beautiful spring line of Kid Gloves is now complete and those who desire periec fit and satisfaction in this important article of the tojlet. should take advantage of this opportunity and BUY NOW. BEAR IN MIND that a'l glove w.lh Foster hooks on them are not Foster's Gloves and lack that perfection in fit, durability and comfort which has made foster's Gloves famous. Don't pay more money for an imitation glove Don't buy an imitation at any price. Pee that Foster, Pa...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 March 1892

fcl ir. ? r y i '"4, m 1 f r? K R& W fn H ' ojiltiiwuille Ecntttchtau. "fOIUSHIliDBlTT WriMIIW I0MISO, -IV- CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 8nB80HIPTI0N $3 A TEAR IK ADVAHOE. l.nea. reading notices JO cent; per line, 8 ccrila per "no clch.lnui,M for Handing ailvirlltcincnla lurnltliea on application. OSIrs 18 lid SO NIst. olttit. TUESDAY, MAKOll S, 1B92. Gen. Koyna Barrios has boon looted President of Giuttmimln. After Cloo!ond, tim Hondorson Gleaner thinks Boies is tho man for Prosidont. Tlie Idaho Sonntorial coutost has boon decided in faorof Dubois, tho sitting liiomiHT. Admiral Graviero, of tho French Navy, and Dr. Noah Porter, of Ynlo College, died last week. Tliero aro indications Hint tho Boring Son fishoriei chestnut is to bo sprung on a dofonsoless public again this Beaton. Tho Chicago brido of a nook who committed suicido, had not probably hoard of South Dakota's liberal laws. There wore 210 failures in tho United States last weok, not including our littlo cxporionco with tho Traini...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 March 1892

3K rjwmw vwf Jjoili'it0ulllc ruMiturhinu. . ,. rHKtl. k MAItTI.KY, limine.. Mmnaijrr TUESDAY MAKGII Utli, 1802. iiun.m IJiiJJUU PEftSONAL GOSSIP nt Yntwi'. James Hopor aut Sunday to J city Tax Collector lhieknor has ed his bond for (his your. A. McKoikIo win In (ho , ,., . ... , , . . , Most of tho I lroo9 about town hnvo city yesterday. roeti given n spriiiR priming. Mr.. 11. lloury has returned mwt n M Um now from Loiilsnna. 'osUhaposal Yules'. Herbert McPhcrson has secured a ..,1(1. t II A...I.,Mn .t. n. ig" Mbm Maltlo Vaughn and Jennie xancoy, 01 viuif, mu tinning t t" cyr M?. L. L. Huckner returned ur"'trj dar mm su oxtended trip throtiuli ' Tmm and the West. . , . Mrs. Fauuio 1$. Henry returned Sot - , aurdnr from a visit of several weekn . i i.... ! v. n,t.,.. uj uor uiuguwi in 4iuii vwvi...... ' Mm. W. S. Clieatham and clilldron, of Longvlow, who luivo been on n lengthy visit to relative in Virginia, ' roturutd homo Friday. George Pholps, night-operator ut Springiield, Touu....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 March 1892

) n i f . UsggWSlIJ WMHIa HELTI nELri THE LADY PADfXS. "TIs tha tirlnlt of fin erf. .. Tis tno draught of n lreiilli, l'rom the blossom of health, ffo tlio paleness of death." When sudden falntlnff spclH como upon a lady, rou may nlnnyj suspect Home uterine disturbances or trouble, or somo fcTeat disorder In the circulation and norro centers. A remedy that has always proved successful In wardlngoffand removing tha tendency to a recurrence of fainting spells that removes tlio rauso or uictn, corrects tue circulation or uioou, end gives to tlio system that even nervous energy so essential, Is l)r, Favorlto Prescription. Tlio "Prescription" Is auaranteed to glvo satisfaction In every case, or money IVlUUUCUi AlVllllUg CiSU UUl'S US I11UCII, You only pay for tlio good you get, Canyouaskmoro? As a regulator and promoter of functional action, nt tho critical period of cliango front girlhood to womanhood, "Favorlto Prescription" Is n perfectly safe remedial tgent, and can produce only good...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 8 March 1892

;1 a r I i r i i. v r I I LgrfttawBfcMyiiiiiiw11'1" f&W W$MWUfwVMMviiCiiii HELP! HELP! THE LADY FAINTS. " Tl tho twink of nn ere, Til tbo draught ot a breath, l'rora tbo blosaotn of hcatth, 'Jo lbs raleness of death," When sudden fainting epells como upon n lady, you may nlwnyJ suspect some uterine disturbances or trouble, or somo great disorder In tho circulation and norvo centers. A remedy that has always proved sueccssfullnwardlngoir and removing tho tendency to a recurrence of fainting spells that removes tho causo of them, corrects tho circulation of blood, and gtvc3 to tho system that even running nervous, energy so essential, U Dr. 1'lerio'a Favorlto Prescription. Tho "Prescription" Is guaranteed to glvo satisfaction In every case, or money refunded. Nothing clso does as much. You only pay for tho good you get. Canyouaskraoro? AS n regulator and tirnmntrr nf Uonal action, nt tho critical period of cnango irons gintiooa to womannoou, "Favorlto Prescription" Is a perfectly ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1892

Lw i 9 o XI ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. TIir Greatest "Coud" Yet. ors, we have made arrangements wn uie manufacturers of Foster's G-loves for the services of a professional lady glove fitter for 10 days, beginning March 10. During this time .Ladies and can have gloves fitted perfectly to the hand free of charee. Our beautiful spring line of Kid p-loves is now complete and those who desire peneci fit and satisfaction in this important article of the toilet should take advantage of this opportunity and BUY NOW. BEAR IN MIND that all gloves with Foster hooks on them are notFoster's G-loves and lack that perfection in fit, durability and comfort which has made foster's Gloves mous. Don't pay more money for an imitation glove- Don't buy an imitation at any price. See that Foster, Paul & Co.'s nn me is stamped on every pair; not 'licensed under Foster's patent." We are the sole agents in Hopkinsvnie, BASSETT & CO. ; Gorgeous Spring Opening Saturday, March J9. Rtv Wm. Holllnthed, 1...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1892

h VOL. XIV.-NO. gfefiLiUl' LJ1 1L L1JJ itjapkitttiilte Hmtittkimt Bring Watoh The Date Your Job Work AKTEIt YOUR NAME to AND This Office Renew promptly BL fc $ - .7m Tta mMMmMBmm i llil MARCH 10. alert and watchful lor our cms loin , era, we have made arrangements with the manufacturers of Foster's (Moves ior the of a professional lady glove fitter for 10 days, beginning: March 10. During this timo .Ladies and Gentlemen can have gloves fitted perfectly to the hand free of charge. Our beautiful spring line of Kid (3-loves is now complete and those who desire perieci fit and satisfaction in this important article of the toilet should take advantage of this opportunity and BUY NOW. BEAR IN MIND that all gloves with Foster hooks on them are not Foster's G-loves and lack that perfection in fit, durability and comfort which has made foster's G-loves mous. Don't pay more money for an imitation glove. Don't buy an imitation at any price. See that Foster, Paul & Oo.'s nn me is stamped on...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1892

I i tm -Al: 4ft m n i t i, 1 i ajojihiuouillc 3,iciituthtau Yl'BLISHIDUKDirASDlRTDTMOKMSa OHAS. M. MEACHAM. 80ES0BIPTI0N $3 A TBAB IH ADVAHOE. Wat rtadln retlcta JO tnt lr line. flr etallocali IccnUfMrline each ln.crtlon. Haiti lwiu"liiglfrtlcmcnw turnl.hcd .nnj Dilution. 0Sc 18 d 30 Hlnth Strut. FMPAYJMAKCini, - 1892. Mrs. Jofferson Davla has sued tho Bclford Publishing Co., for fi.OOO royalty on her book. ' Tito prohibition low of Iona has becu repealed nml a local oplion law substituted iu ita Blend, James Motherly has been to death at Spriugnold, Ky., for poisoning an old man named llollidoy. Judgo Brent took his seat on tho Superior Court bench Wednesday and Judgo Yost was mado presiding Judgo of tho Court. Tho Exeeutivo Committee of tho K. I. A. will moot at Frankfort March 1& to solect a dato and arrango a program for tho coming mooting. Tho limit on young Mrs. Blaino's ultimatum has about oxpirod and thoso letters have not been produced. Now lot's havo tho girl's sido ot...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1892

& y v r flojiltUifiiiillc auntiultlrttt. TIIKti. h. IIAItrl.liY, lliislnes Manager FRIDAY, MAR011 U. - 2' fjn'ostimrf j Lynf" PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. T. M. Joiioa lma returned Jrom Netv York. John Plekford, of Empire, wai In tho city Wednesday. Mr. J.T. WnlLlins roturnctl from (ho Eattom markets. J.U. Unlbreath and wire have returned from n.vieit to relatives lu Now Orlcaiia. Mrn. R.tl. Ellis, of 'Clurksvllle, Is viillhig tho family of hor brother, Mr. J, J. Ogburu. , Mr. R. Onion Itni roturnod from New York City with u full lino of goods for the Bpring trade. Mr. E. B. Hassott Iiuh returned from Now York and la now busy opening goods nud preparing for his Spring 0eniug ou tho 10th. Mrs. J. F. Dagg rettiruwl homo on Wednesday night, after a visit of Boveral weeks, to aughler, Mrs. II. C. Miller, In Uirmlughnm. Mr. Lottie IJnis, of New York City, arrival Wednesday night nud will bo fr.iii.il for imiiliiTS at Jlawtt it Go's for Hi purX5so of fitting gloves. An Important Difference. '...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 11 March 1892

i I I. 3 !: VMS , I H I I L ii A MAD TOET rushed Into a ncwipapcr office recently, and threatened to "clean out" the establishment, becauso they printed Ms Verses wrong. Said ho I "I wrote. 'To dwell forever In ft prot of peace,1 nnd toii Idiot put It 'a pot of Rrcaso."' Tlio mortified editor presented Mm with ft vial of Dr. Plcrco't 1'leasant 1'cllcts, n year's subscription mid an apology. The i llttlo "Pellets" positively euro sick nnd nervous headache, biliousness costtvuncss, nnd nil derangements of tha stomach, bowels nnd liver. Its n largo contract, but the smallest things In tiio world do tho business Ur. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Thoy'ro tho small-est, but tho most cflcctlvc. They go to work In tho right way. They cleanse and' renovate tho liver, stomach nnd bowels thoroughly but thoy do It mildly nnd gently. Yon feel tho good they do but you don't feel them It. Thcy'ro tho cheapett pill you can bur, becauso thcy'ro guaranteed to glvo satisfaction, or your money Is returned...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 March 1892

H THE UNSEEN HAND. He leads ua on wt know ttct wher ' TJirouf h msny winding Mrajm, 11 meadows, tmlhed In sunlight fair, Where Llrdssfairujrtnntof prals.. Jly babbling brook tr.il rippling rill, Where ott reflected lie Bod lumner clomls that go at will And tints ol sunset sky, , gala, by ira ami drear, With wreck upon tbo shore, Where Vail tnt souls who struggled hen Sleep, cradled, 'mid Ita roar. Abd o'er inch rocky ronda nnd atcep Wo ott are called to go, Our erring feul can scarcely keep The way ao atrunge nnd slow. lie leada u onl oh Jojl oh bllsal Though piths are all unknown, With auch n tender guide a this, We never are alonel B'eu though we rrach yon thsdow'aad With faint and timid breath-How gently, then, this unseen hand Leads us to life, not deutlit I.. M. (lardner, In Chicago Urophla TIIA.T SILVElt SET. Aunt Jano's Oovotod Lofaoy That ta ' Novor Game. "I don't like to calculate upon such things,' observed my wife, "but if Aunt Jano were to die I should not be a bit surpr...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 March 1892

K r "T V fW""f?fK nHfR lsMfW1'"'11''11"' - " HS &&' mhifmm Kl i I 1 : t m PI If r L 4 . r s M t v Lir I r Jojiliiitouillc 2.e.itucltta.t. TbBUSHDKBBW ASD IRIDAT MESBBir CHAS. mTmEAOHAM. BUB80RIPTI0N i A TEAB IK ADVAXOE. 1wi.l remtlnc notlen cent; perllne. i cents per lino each Insertion. " tor standing adicrtUcmonls furnlihod ensp. trilMtlon. f 01s 18 sil SO Ninth Blrtet. 'nnaDArMAKciTTcr" ANNOUNCEMENI. We nre aulhorlial to announce. JllTKNI.lt I.KA M.I. n enwlldnle for the nice of II mill Omit l lcrk, niWwt to tlio ncllon of the Democratic i.ailr. . Tho Ilnrrodsbtirg Democrat is for Clovelnnd anyhow. Seuntor 11111 will spook nt Jackson, Miss., to-day and at Snvnunab, Gn., Thursday. Tho Texas BopubTicans in Convention instructed for Harrison. This is probably duo lo tlio olTorts of Col. Snort to solidify things. Tho Lick toloscopo should be turned on tho locality whoro the Blair l)ooui is supposed to bo. A search warrant has failed to ilnd it. Tho h that used to bo in Bohrin...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 March 1892

' iv v 'N JjopMnDuUlc Bcutuchimt, , -V. ritKOt K ItAllTI.KV. Hnalnees Ma.ier TUESDAY, MA11CII ICtli, 180J I " PERSONAL Q088IP. Mr. Bntley Itlcbtudii has returned from Now ork. . ir.lli. Il!. r T - r n t. 1 f. iHB3 IiaillU Jlivun, ui Ajiliojuiiv, 10 111. vMllmrluthnclty. Dick MoCnrroll, of Dallas, Tex., Is visiting bis imrouls hero. Hon, G.J. Pratt, of MadtsotiTllle, vrai attending Court yestuiday. Mr. S. II. La no, of Pembroke, bis parents Sunday in the city, Mr. niitl Mrs. Jako Samuel, of amuviiip, ncro in wie city aun 'day. Mr. A. I. White, of Nnili'tille, ti visiting relatives in tho city and vicinity. Esq. Ned Campbell nnd sou, of Houdi'rson, am visiting Mr. B S. Campbell. MIhsob Nolliu ilradley and WilUo Campbell Tisitod MIhs Jomie Whitlow, at t as ley, Sunday. Stm Nellio Lrly, of the Superior Art G, EratiHvillo, Iml , loft for hr homo Fiidny uhdd. Mr. .1 M Frnnkc'l will ion for tho east In morrow to buy npriug (food. Mm bViinln'l will accompany him to buv ii uttwk uf Mllhuory....

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 15 March 1892

. k 5 c V w v- t (Under Vcw Management.) T. C. BRimVELL, PROP'It r0 8ampleUoom. Ilea System CaU Hell.. BATES . - - $2 pit Dsy. Special rate by tho week """"treef..10" Evansvillc Ind. riubT National BAKBER SHOP GRAY & PACE, PROP'S. K. NINTH ST., NKAll MAIN. Shaving 10c. Shampooing 25c. Hah- Cutting 2c rtothine but lift dan work and all done In i'mm lPlifU m rss lateaffttahlun. HLE ! T l TtfHlf ff A MAD l'OET Cuslicit Into a newspaper ofllco recently, ami threatened to "clean out" tho establishment, bceatiso they printed his versos wrong. Said lio -. "I wrote, 'To dwell forover In n grot of peace,' ami vou Idiots put It 'a pot of Grease.'" 'llio mortllled editor presented him with n vial of l)r. 1'lercc's Pleasant l'cllets, o year's subscription and on Apology. Tlio Httlo " relicts " positively euro sick mid nervous lieadaclie, blllousnes.", costlvenoss, nnd nil derangements of tho stomach, bowels nnd liver. It's a largo contract, but tho smallest things In tho world do tho busine...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1892

r Mfci'iHrrvfl tjjrnnvm iHmiMii',Vn ?"'" liu7iHi Brin$ Watoh The Date ' I Yotw' Job Work APTEIt YOUR NAME to AND This Office. Renew promptly irwriii hi ii ' " ' voi, xiv.-no. w mB'jHJuaeiinw Come to the GRAND GALA SPRING OPENING SATURDAY. Beautiful Display OF NEW &n ATTRACTIVE GOODS, LOVELY LOWERS, Irtii wis. ALL - Cordially Welcome. Basse It Hi ; A .i-J MY CONNIE LADDIE, Uj basal UiMt ull U ra (Oil I but a bunnle 14 h ) " Uome, Uu, eod all by tno ewkllo, Aa4 i hiwr ma with, juut winsome amlls. - I att beside mj loildle thcra (0 I bat lha day II km fo fair), I tatted esd amlled nil htm those lore Waa worth U me all heart abgra. Ha praUad ay ejea, he pralaod tor hair, Ue bf Itat 1 bin kuma would abarc. " I II e tur mr steep, And eat from barm your ttla I'll keep." Ho aaax m bwinle Ia4 to met Ha tbf ertlj rar lad seof be And IliUavd -Ita a amlle, Uj baait e'etfull (or word tba while. Mr bonnl ladlle went (Okl hut the anon were doep that car), Mr laddie, who my Ufa would keep, War ...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1892

j.T ijii; o'jaaa. aw u.w 2Jojhiiu5i)lUc SlcntucUiaiu Ymusdedh'hdh am miDir" wexi.cs," CHAS. mTmEACHAM. aOBSOBITTIOH tl A TEAB IH AD7AH0E. nlnel rcmllna notlecu SO tentj r line, 6 ccnia ci lino tmeh Insertion. Kates larrtnndlng aUurlltcincnts turnltliod Ousts 18 tidSO Ninth Blttet. FItlDAY, MA11CII 18, ANNOUNCEMENT. 1892. We are Authority to Announce. HUIK.NGII I.KAVEl.t. rAiuUiUte fortlie oniroolUrrultConrttlcik, auUJect lo Iho nctlon ot tlio PcmocrMlr irly. Tho dnte of tho Press Convention has boon fixed for Mny 10 nnd 11, nu! nn intorestintf program, arranged. Tlio Missouri Legislature Las passed n Congressional rcdisdistrictlng bill, making fourloou districts Democratic nud ono llopublicau. Dr. S. F. Smith, lato candidato of tho I'eoplo'a Party for . lioutonant govornor, dropped dead in Frauklin county Monday, aged CI years. Dr. Honry 0. Miller, who had been Coroner of JofTorson county for tho last fourtosn yoors, died suddenly in Louisvlllo last Monday, aged CO years Tho Bowling...

Publication Title: Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hopkinsville Kentuckian. — 18 March 1892

3- L I3 W ? si, i i I H . f . . " ' ' ") ir 3H iWS ' Tf - - T"-? r r $o hittfoille Bentudilfttt. sssswi TRIM). . HAnTLnr, nnilid) Mr yjlIDAY, MARCH 18, 1802. U. & N. TIME TABLE. TSAIKSSOll"1 SOSTlt. 5ftff.'!!iiffi,:fflU?.r.i(.' jgSS: Ma MMsbtlll Accom mwp iu. TiiiKiuomaiovTU. fMt Mall 1.04 i in Xa It dotht it i.l Irl. ill .in. 89. ;uMMktlllf Ascom tilt in. Xattullls AtoinoJllun does not urn ou Muni) bound HI. Iuts nl Lhteago fail Train na through trains solid ami slcepei SoCltleatMaadSl. luls. .... Fast Ida stops oily at IniiolUnl stations tad trowliiu Hat through I'ullman sleepers aa Allaala, oa. .... . J M.ADAIM, Agent, f personal gossip. Mr. A. II. Bucbauuan isnt Dawson this woek Booking health. Ben Rosenboum has gono to tho eastorn 'markets to buy spring goods. Mr. H. V. McCamy, of Princeton, was In tho city Wexlacsday on bust- Mr. P. 0. Richardson lias accepted position at salesman for lllclmrds, Klein A Co. Elitor Mack, of thoEarllugtou Utc, was Iu lh city yesterday and ni...

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