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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 February 1885

City. w St&iford, Ky., LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL MATTERS. Wasted. 500 bushels tow. ilright & Curran. Fon Rest. Desirable Stanford. W.P.Walton. of Irish I intiiuiuurnal February 6, 1885 l. Ml. LOCAL TIME CtftD. llall tnln cln J Korlh 12 15 P.M. Houth ........... 1 6 r. M. Exprrtstraln" South....- . 112 a, M. 11 " " Norh . ............ 3 1M X. M, fboebovo li calculated on standard time. Imel about 40 mlnulet faster Bolat Buy your school booka from Penny & McAllater. Landiict Ji'a Garden 8ted, fresh and genuine at rDi7 A McAlieterV. "Watch B8 and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Penny & A coMrLCTB stock of jewelry, latest style, itockford watches n specialty. penny Mc A lifter. Fajimbhs, Head to Dr. M. L. Itourne's drug store and get cne package of Bam A. Clark's Hog itemed?. If you are not sitleOed after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mru W. P. Tate has retured from a visit to friends in Marlon. Mn. It. II. Weaken, of Itichmond, is down on a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 February 1885

s i-'J'-L' W "i1 ynw wy i,SB lyjSTST LIBBY PRISON. ITS PLEASANT SIDE DESCRIBED BY CHAPLAIN M'CABE. Men Wins Dili Nut Want it I'll ncr.il Tlscy Died An Kxecutlou the rottrtli "Sweet Home." Boston Globs Cliaplain McCnbs numsed and instructed a largo audience in tbo Orcoiio Avcnuo Methodist Episcopal church for an Lour and a ball tho other ovenlng with an Interesting lecture upon 'Tho Bright SIdo of Hfo In Libby Irl)ii." Tho lecture -was made up of from bis oxperlonco within tbo prison watlx, aud hence bad genuine force, wit and pathos. Ho said: When you hoard tho title of my lecture I imagine you said; ''Could there- liavo been a bright side to that lifol If th'ero was, it mint have been on tho outside." Thoro baro been many dark stores related o( that life, and I do not charge that they were exaggerated, but I shall bhow you we had happy days-days when we forgot wo were hungry, days when we forgot wo bad not su:l!cbnt clothing, days when we forgot all our suturing, knowing wa wero pl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 10 February 1885

Jfclflt Eighteen an4$l.0O hundred dollars' forth of elrawberrfeabivebeeWised cij two and. Umt aT nmiimi tie) . farm AT of Da1& ware townsbffe CikUtat8Uily Kt J4 i&& tie accordingly nan receivea a prepiuui from tbe State Board of Agriculture. tli PruggUtli vho aru always lookjng after th InUfi'it of,blr ccso8u, I'M8 fcl)(;wrpljb to of Si. DcManko' Clugh ao4 Lung Syrup, a rem. fjy Ut iMr,hlU to rq CoMnMBi'fri JM rfi .. iii'J all tifnir 'AnacttoM. For rroof Cuughi, try 4f liripl l)ottt Bfgiilir ll3 TSO cnU ftelll A Bad Habit. The young man who shirks his duties a often as poaaibls mver succeeds In life. You may ret It down at once that sooner or later h"e" will bd a drone in the great hiva of human industry,- living without any purpose in life and scorned by all who have willing hands and follow up whatever they cat find to dq., Young man, (f you want to gain the confidence of your eujtlever, never shirk from 'duly. If la In your com-, plaints and yon will always get a bear...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 10 February 1885

Stalbri Ky., February 10, 1885 w. P. WALTON. A novel manner of testing his street-heart's affection waa adopted by a young lawyer named Clarence Newell, in a little tHJs in Maryland, with tragic results. Asia asual, the course of true lore did not xw smoothly, and he and his pretty little sSasced, Miu Era DeCoursey, quarreled ' some trivial affair. Bath were high ; and unwilling to make concessions, when Newell determined upon a plan to ee if she really loved him. Ilia home Jay ea her roal to a music conservatory at which she took lessons, and one day last reek as she was pissing he discharged his almost simultaneously a couple of friends whom he had coaxed into the fiat, rushed from the house, exclaiming Hut Clarence had shot himself. Forget-lag her resolve Miss Era ran to where her -lever lay and seeing his temple covered which he had gotten by causing h&aoje to bleed, Imagined that the bullet bad done its fatal work too well. Crazed grief at the result of her cruel words, the...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 10 February 1885

f Stufcri Xj February 10, I885 l. AS. LOCAL TIME CARD. is Kill trsjn going .North. ... 12 5 r. M. .. r Bouttas...... t.nxl M I. K. Kxprto ,, strain" iJouth., . 1 1Z X.U. Noib.i !( Z 5v & Mi Tb above li calculated on standard time, bolar Imel about 20 ruinates Cutsr LOCAL NOTION. Boy your (school books from Penny A McAlider. Lanpreiu's Garden 8ied, fresh and gen uine at Fenny & McAllster's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short ootloe and warranted by Penny & Mc A A complete itock of Jewelry, latest atylc. Hockford watches a specialty. Pen ojrA McAIUter. Farmers, Read Tins.-Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and get one package cf Sam A. Clark's Hog Kerned?. If. you ere not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Salhe VANDtVEEn went to Lexlogton yesterday to visit friends. fn. J. Walker Givexs started to Ltxington, Mt's., Friday with a car load of muli. Mm. Hcoii Slimi, who has been fishing Mr. Q. K Hardin, returned to Laa-cuter yesterday. Mtai Sa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 10 February 1885

I 7 , j. Stanford, Ky., February 10, 1885 CHARACTER IN FEET. HOW lug 'lis virtui BE PEOPLE MAY JUDGED BY THEIR PEDALtEXTREMITIES. fY I'lillenoplier' Obiernttlons While Oar ing nt t!ie,iivc?Siunrn8 Panorama of IVct ml Person on a Damp, fcdoppy liny. MUwaukeeUHobe J "DM you oeer notice that a great deal of character and diiposltiouit toll by ankle) and feotP rocinrkoi.jopM friend to The Globo mau as tbajpfir palled their chain up to tho broad "vlndowi bf the Plankinton The day was sloppy and nasty in tha njjqwn.a. The lauguld moisture hadn't energy .goja' to fill with a Altogether U waj a good day foi the study of ankloi and feet Cozlly en sconced In tYelr. easy chair, tho reporter anJ his friend ,ob3orvei the ever-shifting panorama of fact and persoi. Tho rotmrlc of the philoiopli9r called attention particularly tothe feet, and be openoi somewhat In"! this whs 'There's a woman of 10, any wayv Soe, she wearj white stockings and don't care a, snap if shedooi show injro of thorn' than i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 February 1885

Stmt 9 rl rl Mi 'ntefiof Itmfti&l volume xrn. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 418 rubllihca Tuetdaw ana Friday, 83.00 X21l ANNUBl Whan paid etrietly to advance. If we have to wait ur tlme'ta.30 will be charxad. W. P. WALTON. GlRUl ArULYriCaXLY CONSIDERED. Olrld are of few day and full of mischief, aad whosoever It deceived there!) la not wise. When tbe fair young girl cheweth her gum with greater haate and alampeth her pretty fool, do thou look out. She cometh forth In the treeing in low neck and ahort sleeve; but a morning ehelleth in bed while her mother - Whan iIimI'S bill tinklelh ehe aland, eth at the window and jearnelh for a beau, and when he cimeth ahe doeth up hia purie. He wrappeth the buffalo robe about her and hueth her much and elayeth out birond hie time, and the llverr min ad- data four good dollan to htf bill. In the (reals, he hleth hiarelf away to her father' aaaiioa. lie goeth In and aittelh by the ire, and ere he leaTeth he poppeth...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 February 1885

Stafford, y., February 13, 1885 W. P. WALTON. John D. "Yiute raised another breeas ia'lho House this wecV. Ho insisted on is akin; a personal explanation but Joe Blackburn, who was acting speaker, refused tofacir him and ordered White to sit down. White did not do bo jmd the Lad to be called on to suppress the unralr Kentuckian, and even he did not meceed until he presented his mace. Without Johnnie the proceedings of Congress would be mighty dull reading and we are really sorrjr that he will have no further chance to make a apjetae'e of himself after tfe4lh of Murch. , Three mouths or tnoro after the bdv weJjjn psiplo had decided thj question, Can;ress on Weloesdar wnt through the farm of deel iring that Cleveland and Hen dricka were elected President and ice President of the United Sta'es to eerie Stem the fourth day of March, 1833, to tbe f jutth day of March, 1SSD The an aoancement was creeled with loud applause wildebeera. There wts no attempt at urepstition of the '70 rascalit...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 February 1885

f n iRtejjorloimqd StufKd, Kj., Febrsary 13, 1885 . J N 'LOCAL TIME CARD. UH train going North-...,- 1 9 p.m. Bonta -..--.. 1 M r. m Kipmetratn" 8outh....i ,...., I t'J i,m, 'Korb....M. M.iw.:a9A,x, Theabove It calculated on standard time. Holat Itnal about 2Gmlnut LOCAL NOTICES. Buv your school bdoka from Penny & McAllster. Landiict Ji'a Garden 8;ed, reah and gen uine nt 1'enny ct MCAiieter's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short nouce anu warranto or renny .aicAlbv ter. A coMrwrri: stock of jewelry, latent style. Kockford watches a specialty. Penny & MoAlistcr Fauuxrx, Kxau This Go to Dr. M, L. J!jnrofe' drug store and get one package of Satn A. Clark' Hop Remedy. If you are not natlvfled after biting It yotlf money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mn PrrEii Uamtox continues quite ill. Mn. and Mn8. J. C. Hays went to Louisville yesterday. W. LaRue Thomas, Eki , the clover Life Insurance man, is here. Dji Hawkins Huow.v was prent n the marriage of hi nleo, Wednesday. Mn.W. K Vea...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 February 1885

y Stanlbrd, Ky., February 13, ib85 A PEEP AT THE LITTLE ROOM UNDER THE STAGE. Arrival or tlio Musicians Tho Drummer ami His ainny&lded Calling Tlio Tronilrone'a Closet Skeleton At Last tlio Leailcr. New York Times. Underneath tho stage, a llttlo to tho right of tho center, U n nnall room, to which entrance Is effected by a wooden door. Tho furniture of tho room consists of a wooden bench runulns along three sides, a rough wooden table In tho centor, and a fow wooden chair. A ploeo of cracked looking-glass lianjrs on tbo wall dose to a flickering gaslight, encased in a wire Dotting, which does not aid its brilliancy. The side of tbo room which is not trimmed by tho bench is provided with a largo wooden closet, whose shelves oro loaded with sheets of music and music-books. Tho air has an odor of ancient beer and stale tobacco. Thoro Is no ventilation sivo what comes through tho door when it is open. Presently a footstep is heard and a man enters hastily. He throws off his overcoat...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 17 February 1885

claims to have i v. Ymk nhrsiclan lev - '" " si I - 2.. discovered that difncs, coien uy ns ... origin in tho mouth, Instead of In the can, crowded and ften caused r carious, teeth, and be l.u a collect ion o about Gre hundred cula of the interior of the nnuth, which, he alK'M, ri ta prove ills ssiertlon . w. !.,. nn plercvmen's faces are con- acmnedbythelUv.Dr.Stmuel H. Grid- . . '., tin. xhnuld . .1 If ba uncovered. heoxthattreadethout the corn ahou d not be minzled, he submit that the mouh '! in lhc pre,cU; should enjor !. Biatlstlw ahw that both in Europe and1 America ecrlct fever i more destructive o; life than cholera. . , Dr. IIOSANKO. This name ba Heoiae familiar saW. , rio tliroujUout the United , ' cl .r wceaaary to atalo tbat UQ U w fflilnater Z S 1.' M?r ,Jy. T.b.r.T.r iM by Jtcltolerti & fctawc. Weelli Sew fitefiof ImtftmL " u' I ' i TOftU'M&XDLL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 41J FubtUhea Tttetilav and Friday; ea.oo xx3R annum U ha...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 17 February 1885

Sfeaford, Ky., February 17, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Although pretty fairly pjeted as to newspaper men and affair in the State, we hare to confess that we had never heard of the Butler County San, published at Kj, or its editor, Dr. J. W. Crewdson, until his recent difcraceful con dactlowardu a rwpectalile lady, to whom while intoxicated ho made the basest proposals in a hck at Bowling Green. We are ghd t) ay that we do not know the diridual and jjin the Breckenridge 2Tews in regretting thtoDe member should cast ho foul a atain upon our probation. The, tnly punishment thnt we can inflict upon lie recreant is ostraciim. Lot him be ex peBed frjm our State Association, and let every paper in the State drop him from itsexchanga list. Of course, if the young Jadj he so foully insulted b.ii a father or a brother with a spark of Kentucky nun-hood in him, the scoundrel will be dealt with in i much more summary and satisfactory manner. TflcLouisvilla lima bugcesta that after the forced retirement ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 17 February 1885

1 ' Infcriorloorrad SUaford, Ky., February 17, 1885 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North-' Bouth... Kxpmitraln" Houth. " ' Worn.. I f.' 12 45 r. M. ,1 so r. it. t 12 A.M. . 2 30 A.M. Thaabore 1) catculated. on standard time, tiolir Itnel about 20 nilnules faster LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your school books from Penny A McAlialer. LANDiirnit's Garden 8ed, frcah am genuine At l'nny A McAlIgler'e. WATCitra and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A A complrtt. atock of jewelry, lateat stylo. Rock ford watched a ijit daily. I'en ny A Mu A Hater. Faiimkrs, Head This Go to Dr. M. L. Ilourne'n dmi: lore and get cne package of Ham A. Clark' Hog Ketnedy. If you ore not Rttlf fled after unlnjr it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mit. A. G Huitaian, of Lexington, is here. J W. IJahnks, of Springboro, V., U here pronpecting with a view to loeatinc. Mil. Sallie ItriiDixo, of county, ia tbe jcueat of Mr. T J. Iks-ley. Ma and Mks II J. McKoiiciiTs returned jeatcrdar fr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 17 February 1885

rr T Stanford, Ky., February 17, a885 PORTRAITS OF PROMINENT ONES. IlHef Illof'j4lrJ Bteorcties or Tlioso ATlio Figure. In Current sfNaiWtv sa7 w9atr s 7 ALliEitT FIXK. Mr. Kink, who hat siuco Juno, 1877, occupied tlio nnhious position of "comiiikIoner of tho trunk linos nnd chairman of the joint ejcocutivo committee," tent iu his resignation about Mt mentlis since, tho acceptance of which will prolablr result In n cuniplvto of the pooling arrnngmnent between tho trunk lines and a return to the competition which existed before that arrangement. Mr. Fiuk was bora in Germany iu 1837, entered railwoy service In 1W9, and has sinco accuraulatod a knowledge of railroad construction and management which it equaled by but few, having filled overy position on a railroad from brakesman to president. Hi genial manner nnd acquaintance- among railroad men, tnkeu with his variod experience and dailro to mako "pooling," which had long bean a favorito schemo of lib, a success, renders it unlikely t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 February 1885

t t i Stmt Heetli Jmfefwf hold substances together under water or in damp placer. As good a cement aa can be wished ia made as follows: Dissolve one pound of India ruhbsr in five gallons of coalcaphtha. Add an equal weight of gum phellac, and stir over a low fire until thoBhcllacia thoroughly dissolved. The gum shellac in naphtha or in water makea a Btronger mucilage than gum arable. The addition of the India rubber makes a glue that will not be affected by water. Tbe horrible diassvery hna been made that Mary Cox, a welt-known and popular young lady, wbo lived near the mouth of tho Little Capon river, near Springfield, W. Va., waa buried alive. Oa the grave being opened the day after the burial her hands and arms wero torn and bleeding, nnd the Hp3 were bitten through, and handfuls of hair were torn from her head. Tho girl had come to life, and had evidently made a fearful struggle to eecape. "Waa Home founded by Komet?'' icqulr cd a pupil of the teacher. ''No, my son," replied tho...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 February 1885

f Staatord, Ky., Fobrtmry 20, 1885 W. P. WALTON. As 8AD & atory as can be conceived comes irom Knoxvlllc. Near the cllj lived a -well-to-do farmer with a lotlng wife and beautiful daughter whom they Idolized. Their home was a little heaven, for love la Leaven and heavenla love. Bat a terpent In huauirl form enters that little Eden and WapoieonoUB fangs havo left death and -misery in it. B hin artful manners and ioneTed words he succeeded In wooing and wkBing that innocent and loving daughter wTiowas just a little past 10. iruaiin htaa Imp'.icitlr and blinded by her Intense -affection, she yielded in an evil moment to hi and entrusted her priceless jewel to his keeping. Instead of rewarding feer innocence and love with a life time of devotion, the fiend Incarnate with a of his lusts, grew caralesj and finally deserted her altotether. The poor wwing creature, disgraced and abandoned, felt her condition most keenly and a deep melancholy reltled upon her. Last week ifcc remit of fce...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 February 1885

V f i i- 3nttrrarwnI SUaford. Ky - February 20, 1885 t; a. local rwww, Mall train ,1...... .12 43 r u, ' Mouth.,..,.,... Kxpret strain" (South.,...,.... m Norn. . 2 30 A M The shots li tabulated on ataodard Mtn. Solar last about SO rolnutoa tuttr LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour school books from Penny A McAllstrr. LANtmniiV Garden 8icd, fresh anil at Penny & McAllsler's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short noUco and warranted by Penny A A coMiurrr stock of Jewelry, latest style, llockford watches a specialty. Ten. ny.& McAlister. Farmers, Head Tjiii! Go to Dr M. L. ltanrne'a drug store and get one package of tjatu A. Clark' Hog IJemedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mn. I 8. Tsvig U bicV from hi ranclu Davm Klass lita returned from a bur-loess trip to Louisville. Mm K. C Hiuour went to Danville yesterday to visit relative). Mn U. F Eciianks baa suffered in-other stroke of pars lysis and is not expected to live. Mw. J, B irioot.sj, wh...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 February 1885

i i T StmrfflRcekliilntenorlounB! sUni'ord, Ky February 20, 1885 laiiaglng Kdlfor of Harper's Weekly. If 1 H. S. CONANT. Tho iltappoaranoo of Mr. S. S. Conant, who had been managing editor of Harper's Weekly for 15 years, and who wai well known in literary circles In Now York, was one of the sensations of the day in that city. Qa Jan. 10 ho left tho Harper building in franklin square, and hLs friends and relatives w troat n loss to account for hi absent. All .sorts of sensational stories were in circulation, and ms romuves, rearing that tie might lnro been foully dealt with, employed detectives to soarch for him. Mr. Conant spent moat of his ovenlngs at ono of Uw various literary clubs, of which he wes an Messrs. Harper say that their relations with Mr. Conant bavo boon for years of the most pleasant character. What bos JolMr. Conant to abicnt himself without giving notice of ths cause and stating his whereabout is something they are at a Iks to explain, it bo that ho ha 1 wandered ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 February 1885

J SfetEt rrutinnilSl 00. ill ill Imfefiif lonfimL VOLUME XE9L STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1885. NEW t &. f rublluheiX Tie&aw and JYifrty, S3. CO PEJH ANNUM When paid atrletlj la asWaac. If are hare to araltany tltna, C3.no will bt charged. W. P. WALTON. Joumalitm in the far Hest Ojr quondam contemporary it lying aa uiiul thin lima In jail. We uoderetaod that the aro raoting heaven and earth lo net him out, u thiir bualneaa ha fallen cfT eloce he hat been cooped. Wlieii he eeta out whit a thlret he will hav !-Arinna Ktxle. Thotnai Betcher, allaa the "Kid," attempted laal Saturday evening to eupprwe tbo freedom of the preae by attscMne our loco I eriribe n lh k deadly weapon, which reiullcd in the "Kid" finding hiuaelf laid out under one of the Stir of the Wet bll Horn (Montana) SentL nel. "My wife, Sarah, haa Shot iny ranche, When IdtJnUDMathlnj Too her, an1 1 want It distinctly Understood, that any man Thnttakej hur Oa my account will get hlrateU gaaaped so Full of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 February 1885

IP I Stanford, Ky., February 24, 1885 w. P. WALTON. .Moke than a hundred yeara ngo, some old rebel proposed a monument to the father of his country to ba erected at Washington. The matter writ agitated at interval, but not until Julr 4 h, 1818, was the work begun and the corner etone laid of the imposing obelisk, which was on Bat unlay dedicated to the memory of him who wm "First in War, First In Peace and First in the Heart of his Cjuntrjmen." The work was begun on subscriptions xndtho progrcsj wan slow till the beginning of the civil war, when operations ceaecd entirely. Afterwards Cjngreas took the matter in hand and by public appropriation!) at last completed the ehaft which is by far the highest structure in the world. At tbo dedication Saturday the weathtr was terribly cold, but the crowd was there. Senator Sherman made an addresn, so did W. W. Cjrcoran, Col. Cisey and President Arthur, though a correspondent says their remarks were inaudible, but puff) of steam from their mou...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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