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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1885

I I VOL. XIV. L. itsa? ?H 0 w IJl 0 KS. ffivSk . ClQWB GREAT i EV- Ti ipwS IP 'SjLJ&Pg fdYv Kk! f jfr p5aK STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885. Throng our Store dully, all Auxloiisjto Secure kouic ol the- EVERY DEPA N, WOMEN AND CHIL i m i tfY 3f r(jK M&S NO. 18t MuwHttunUDUMUKariff . i In Stuiirord. The past hus been u year ol unprccmlt'ii ted Success, our Sules kuvlngruu Fur Bcjontl our Expcctutious. notuithstuinliui; maay prctlcd for um uu utter failure; paid a htrlctly ciihh could not be carried on in Stanford MiceeHfrfulIy. But ue intend to greatly disappoint all such. Our Bumcss Increase. To one unuciunintcd with oL.ri 1 1 huainM it timr ecom elrauca tliat thoro has beon any thing iu thalison just past or in that ol tlio praont to ... .-..A .l. !.. A l I ! "il il t ; I k uurnuu uiu uuiurgauiuui 01 uuiouillM Willi mo expectation ot liny gruni u inoroaso of trado; but while wihow the general cry during the jmet hcasoti to hnvo beon one of "dull lra We arc PI oung' Right...

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. — 5 May 1885

! r f igSNyiggBBfi i";., """W' nf ioronrnI SUatord, Ky., iutfbrd, Ky., W. P. WALTON. May 5, 1885 May 5, 1885 Another Card from Mr. Blatn. Ycatcrdar, county court day, a hand bill of considerable length from Mr. John Blain was circulated on the streets. It was in response to our editorial notice of his former card concerning the proposition to aid the railroad. Wo regret that wo on ly obtained a copy of Mr. Blain'a laet card at 5 o'clock in the evening when tho matter for the piper was almost made up, other wise we should cheerfully have published it in full in this hiue, as we oflsreJ in an interview to do. As to the argument againat the railroad it present? nothing ad ditional to his former communication and ire have neither the time nor inclination at present to make any comment. Mr. Blain, however, necins hurt nt sDme expression in our former article, which moat strangely, and without reason he thinks were intended by us to be offensive. We had in a interview with him, before the...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1885

k I ft i w ' X. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train Eolnc North -1180 r, m. South MM) 01 Pa M Kxpra strain" Houtli .... 1 82 A.M. " " Norb Ml 2 05 A.M. ThkT ! calculated on standard time, Holar lml about 20 minutes faster ' LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour school books from Fenny A McAllMer. Watches anil Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and warranted by Penny & MeA A coMrLETK stock of Jewelry, Utct style. Hock ford watche a specialty. Pen ny A McAllster. Foil coldn, Ac, ubo Com p. Syrup of Whlto I'lne, in 25 and 50c bottles Prepared by McKoberti A HtspK, FAn.Mr.ns, Head Thih-Go to Dr. M. L. Hourne'a druir atoro and yet cue jiackaj;n of Ham A. Clark'n Hor If you arc not nittWfled after UHlnjj it your money will be refunded, PERSONAL. Mn. J. L. Ilirrciugo.s and wife pent several day in Crb Orchard. M Jamih IJimm went to Todd county yealcrdny to spend tho sntnmer. Mim Annie Alcorn o!d 50 tickets to Prof. Ilawea' entertainment. Tun pretty Mia JUUn ICvfil, of waa.the guest of Mrs. Dr. Lee V. Hui...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1885

iESBKrZ Tho Terra del Fucgnus. INorristown Herald Tho people of Terra del Fuega are uuabl . tP(JiiUnt;uish "lie color from another; the; 'IbavB jio i eligwn and no funernl rites; thai ouljr weapons are spoars, am tiioy grow neither fruit nor vegetable. Am jftftlu)ytfr to hfjonviad. They liavoneltbo ft cingreulr a state loglslatura, and ar navcr hoaaL'iivlilsIllns kQlimhiui ap d Ooldon Stali;" .'i . r i J-J "ai ' ' uy!ywwwfwiw TOILET PERFUMES. WW FLORAL FRAGRANCE IS CAUGHT IN LAYERS OF GREASE. it or the Slmplest mid Most WTectlTO Trocossos Known to Chemical Solonro l'rcrmrlne; Perfumes for Uso Essniitlul Oils. .-) ;Xw Yortt Sun. Oh, no," tiid a aMmbt "It (low not 'folfcnr, nowadays, boontrij a toilet prfumo is madt In Franco, or any otl.er foivlgn (Mtntry, that it Is superior In quality to one set American preparation, 8uoh was forms rly the case, but tbo art of making flno perfumes lias been carried to such of lato years in this country that not anoro tbnn one-eighth as much of tiio...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1885

$ntctioronnral Stanford, Ky., May 5, 1885 BRO. BARNES1 if ' Precious Gospel Taking Root in Hea- l"u AJOUU, IdUTrOOItAJ J1II.EH OVTFftOM Uomday, Monday, v. ., Mar. 'i, 1885 Deaii iNTEnion: Wb ran out of the hot city bjr an early morning Into, to thla elevated position on the rango of hJuh hill, known as tho"OhautK." Wo are nearly 2,000 feet above the level of the fen; and, nlthough It is far fram cool, the teinperatiiro la muoh more cmlurab'e than at Bombay. The rapidly inrrtuMn? heat forewarn u that wl must not linger long on tho burning plains but hie to the mountain!) with what rpred wo may. The 5 days we epent In liombny were delightful. The Methodist brethren, and Xorlhrup, gave ua weloamo to their hearta and pulpits, in epltu of all aorta of rumors tflhat a to our dangeroua here los, anil we had a number of Krvlote, with perfect freedom to apeak and ting the KoejH.1, an the dear I.OItl) has taught it to tif. In tho course of theee eerrtcea I Kent t over our "peculiar teaching" ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1885

THE CLOSSOMS OF THS SEA. (Samuel MInturn recti "JThoro ocean crags arts lifting Tholr rugjjed bonds o: high, 'BTboro silver sands nro shifting Boiieath the Summer sky, 3pon the emerald billow, like daisies on tlw lea, SsbsJd tho laughing bubbles tho blossoms of tbo ten. richer than the rose?, lly lissome lingers tied, 0 purer than the poiisss Thnt crown the happy bride, 31ft Miortnl band may cull twui; tbjy wwe not born to bo Tho toys of ldla beauty the blweoms of the sen. So AroUo ool 1 can ohfll thorn Ho "ever lioeu It blow, Ko troiita beat can kill then), Hoiveer litre it glow; Tlitir luster never withers; with garlands glad and free. They girU the world with beauty the bios soms of tho son. When hoittle Hags are fllngln; 1 Their scorn from sail to sail, And shot and shell are winging "With death upon tho gait) "sVhen gallant eyei grow brighter and cowards fain would lite 3Tioy Hash in fenrlcs uiilllons tho blossoms of t) i sea. And whea the battle's ended That stonno I alon? the...

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. — 8 May 1885

P'- mmt VOL. XIV. & Notions. Here we can save you many a nickle. Job lot fine Dress Buttons, 10 cts. per dozen, worth 2oc; threo papors good pins for 10c; threo papers good nee dies for 10c; six papers Hair Pins for 5c; threo cakes fino Toilet Soap in box, 10c, a nice Fancy Bordered Handkerchief, 5c; Men's good Linen Collars, 10c, three for 25c; Boys' good Linen Collars, .rc, six for 25c; good Note Paper, 5c per quire; two good Crochet Needles for 5c; Men's good Cotton Socks, 5c per pair; three good Palm Fans for 5c; good Corsets, 50c, worth 75c; ono lot haudsomo Leather Hand Bags, 25c to 75c, worth double; one lot Albums, cabinet size, 50c to 90c; Embroideries and Laces in endless variety at extra ordinary low prices, and a thousand other little things wo have not space to mention. Boots and Shoes. Men's light Cilf Boots, 81.25 and 81.75; Men's Plow Shoes, 75c; Meu's ST a mmM) Mnkfwt STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1885. JMMR mm fW m JLJu&r JLJLJL Hats and Caps. In this depar...

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. — 8 May 1885

duifonl, Xy., W. P. "WALTON. May 8, 1885 Jin. Wattekson gives in hia paper of Txmdar. Pn picture of the President af ter having a pleasant interview with him. He is thoroughly convinced of hia regards him as a eriou, candid, lard-working and conscientious man, of character and geniue, fully able to conduct the public business both fidelity and efficiency and discharge every obligation to the rarty and to the people. Saya Mr. i "The President Is a lets reserved and a in ore likable man than I had been in the la bit of thinking. He is at once exact and exacting, but there is beneath his unmistakable business liko purpose and exterior a. ooghtinesa of spirit and an engaging can dor which ccme out strong for very lit tle provocation, and which save his manners from severity." As to his he adds: "For my part, I have never doubted this in the least. If I had een given the making of it, I could not better have suited myself. Indeed, I have been so well pleased that I have been contented to...

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. — 8 May 1885

s V Stanford, Ky., A Niw invoice of May 8, 1885 . J N. LOCAL TIME CARD. KU Inln tolng North- - 1189 p. u. " Houlh .. 1 81 r. m, Kiprrtslrsln" Houlh. ,., 182 a.m. ' " " Noih..... ....2 03 a.m. Then ? li cskulstcd on standard time, ttnet About 30 inlnutts fsster do) it LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your achool booki from Penny A McAIIaler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on nhort nottco and warranted bf Penny & A complete Mock of jewelry, Intent ityle. Rockford watched n fpecialty. Penny & McAIIaler. Foil couch, colih, &c, tine Comn, Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 60c bottle, Pre pared by Mcltobeits A 8tKl?' " Faiimeim, Krai This. Go to Dr. SI. L. Iburne'o ilrtiir More and cot ono iwickHge of b'am A. Clark' IIok Kerned t. If you are not mtiMled after uilnr It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Vn. J. IJ. Owsley la In LouUville thin wetic. C'oi.. J. SI. Brent, of the Creamery Co. I" hore to ice the start Saturday. Oliver UtMii and Colby Oonkrlght, of Clark county, hare been vialtlnt;...

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. — 8 May 1885

V S8r5S583g?&r: Publtehril aa.oo TMcaifrtto Frlilnv PJElt ANNUM Wtstnpald atrictlr In Jne. If we hare vtdt uiit tluip. 83.80 will be charged. W. P. WALTON. will be at home Friday from Hot Spring, Ark. Dr. E. J. Isickerson tas returned from the foutb. Publish All Pardons and Official Acts of All State and County Officials. The next Legislature should psss a law that wtll authorizs the Governor to publish hU petiiiocs and names of petitiocera for pardons, at.d the pardons prantcd in tbe State piper at Frankfort, acd m the county papers from which the petition comes, for at least one month prior to cranting tte same. It will prevent fraudulent names, cow, eo osamonon petitions, and give the law and order claaes an oroirtimity to protect the innocent and puuish tha guilty. Oa all pardons the Governor Lould give bis rniisoos in full for ttie renfi. of the public good. And fcll Stte i ffi sm! h,JUi' b ri'iril t0 I"l'''u a l,cr o( the if their oKce every quarter in the State paptr. All...

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. — 12 May 1885

Hertli ftiteftof mtm & onfn H4! VOL. XIV. STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1885. NO. 20l rubltulnul TucMtlav riitif rrttlitVH . a.O() X331l ANNUM When paid strictly In adranco. 11 w hare to' wait anT time. SJ.no will In chsuoJ. 1 W. P. WALTON. i TO THE DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN. The Senatorial District Committee hav . ing fixed Saturday, May 10tht between the hours of 2 and 1 r M , for the holding of ' precinct meetings to ascertain the choice of the people between tho oindidaten for the Senate, I hereby call your attention j to the matter and state tho manner of pro- cedure. The precinct meeting shall be called to order and presided over by the County , Canioiilteemsu of that precinct, if present, if not, the uuetlng shall orginiie by electing iu own chairman and secretary. Then the supporters of each candidate present shall be counted and the mndldale i .mi lli nifttrtvllv aVi.11 h. Antttljul trt ilia Jtn u ,uv ....,..., ..-.. " ..M - .- w v..- tire vote of the precinct. .Delegates...

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. — 12 May 1885

K. tf fcftMfcrd, y., May 12, 1885 W. P. WALTON. DrecusexNO the action of a trustee in pleading usury on money borrowed bjr one Hww, the Mt. S erlinjj ex. presets our sentiments exactly: "A man bcmld pay what he agrees to pay whether lor sooner or wheat. Mr. Shaw would not tkiek of buying wheat at $1 per bushel and paying for it at the rate of 00 cents; and it isBoao the lew dishondst to take a man's tsaoaey at 8 per crnt. and pay him, but C per cent. True the law says G is legal, but the law is arbitary and not moral, and it is Jnst as dishonest and immoral to take advantage of this law as it is to sell liquors -without license. Of course Mr. 8baw is n ot responsible for the action of his trustee asd we make no reflection upon him. The point is (hat the man who loans money is entitled to just the same consideration aa tie man who borrows. The remedy is Ian pie and plain if you object to paying TuuricuR interest (so-called) don't agree to pay it. Borrow tho money at G per cent, if yo...

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. — 12 May 1885

f i ,fc t - i- r Itofbrd, Ky., May 12, 1885 . 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tUil train going Hotth - i. ... lit) r.u. V " Houth ....... 161 r.u. Keen strain" Bouth.M 1 J in M. ii ti Worn. sMs ) SOS 4.W. The sjoy Ii calculated on standard Urn. Hoist lmtl Uut 20 mlnutss fiaUr 0MZ. NOTICES. Boy your school boolci from Fenny A McAllster. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted bf Penny & McAlis Ur. . A complete flock of jewelry, latent rtjle. Hock ford watcliea ft ajxcialty. Penny & McAllster. Fon coughs, cold, Ac, use Com p. Syrup of While Pin-, In 25 and 50c bottle?, Prepared by Mcltoberti & Singe. Faiimeiui, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. HourneV ilruir store and get one packago of Him A. Clark'a Hog llemedy. If you are not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Col. W. G. Welch and Mr. W. II. Miller are quite ill. Mn. Fiiank J. Wayman, of Eagland, was in to s o us ycatrrday. Hon M. J. DmtttAM, First Controller of the Treasury, arrived at D...

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. — 12 May 1885

9 Stanford, Ky.,- Nay 12, 1885 GENUINE FOETRY, NttwithstanJing the Poet is Without Educa tion or Culture, Some Western Geniuses. Waoos Mound. Mora. Co , Nbw Mixtco, May, ISSo Te the Editor of lho Interior Journal. Oaetf the character.) indigenous in tie western country i Cait. Jci Crawforii, or as ho is generally called "Captain Jack," and whoce friendship I have formed since my arrlvul heri over n year ago. He is a poet, scout, actor, miner, ranchman nnd now past trader and postmaster at Fort Craig and abou the last specimtn of ihe kind that the world will ever see, a tto occasion for their production has happily paased; no Indian wars, no fifteen hundred mSlM from civ lization. ccc. At me nrsi glance his lens hair and Byionic collar would cause a feeling of contempt, but his clear, blue eye, and open handed acticn, disarms you of drel impression vir; quickly. He was the noble Castei's favorite ecout and who found his remains afier the massacre by the terrible Apache Indians. He ha...

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. — 15 May 1885

Stmt & Itiimof lonfn Wf VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1885. NO. 21v. ' lubllthrd Tettav ninf Frltlav at 8U.OO X331l AIV3VU31 Whin paid atrlctly In adrancc. It we hue to welt anr time. 8'J.no will be cbirRod. W. P. WALTON. PARKSVILLE, DOYLE COUNTY . The stave and paw mill of Wenlerfield Xi Ilawllnna .'t tntlea nnnth nt llili til.ro wai burned Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, Mr. SALCM, LINCOLN COUNTY. Gen. Frank Wolord, alao several Ihouund staves and a lot of'" "Ww.in wm x.u I'ierce snd visit to Kus family were on a lumber. The fire is suppled to haTe originated in ft cook room. There was dok Insurance and the Iom falls heavily on these gentlemen and is a heavy blow en mny libsren wtndapmd on this mill for work to mike their support. They have nni i tt.til .Si'hir Iht will rjaKilttil nr ool Short, of the same vicinity, t lufferlntc ex- Miai LriU . Pal Hip died at the cruciatlnir pains from a malady the seat of home of Mrs. Market Kirkland on the which is in the knee, thou...

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. — 15 May 1885

ntttior3onnud Ky., May 15, 1885 W. P. WALTON. lhavnta Don't Lie The taxable prop erty of Lincoln county including railroad property amounts to $5,847,714, according to the aeecsjuicnt of 1SSJ, and the polls 33,403. Tutu property at 20c - 811,693 00 -On poll, at 11 each 3,403 00 The Income from turnpike! It about - 1,000 00 ToUl .. . 10,093 00 Ttlmtted lots for delinquency S600 C ot cfcol.'cctlon 80 1.030 0) 3Tct revenue fjr 1831 Claim ab lut 811,413 00 No Ceritda, dear, the picture which appeared in (he Ntw Argus last Sunday is not She beautiful and accomplished managing editor of the Louisyille Commercial, tho great and on ly Din O'Sullivan. He has tjo capilliiry substance upon the summit olhta cranium, the place that such substance ought to vegetate, and was never koown to wear a turn down collar. A pair of cuns usually adorns his neck, hiding it from the vulgar view up to his ears, and a jaunty little plug hat, arranged so as to display an expansive forehead, make up the tout cns...

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. — 15 May 1885

Stanford, Ky., May 15, 1885 L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North .. .- ......1189 r. u. Bouth loir. x. Kaprt strain" ttouth.... . 181a.m. ii 11 Norn a os x. u, Thts.OY la calculated on standard Mm. Holar Imtl jibout JO hi I nut oi faster LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your pchool booki from Fenny A McAllister. Watches and Jewel rjr repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & A toMl'i.rrK atock of jewelry, latent style. 1 lock ford watchee n specialty. Penny & McAllatcr. For couabs, colds, Ac, use Co in p. Syrup of While Pino, in '25 and 60c bottles, by Mclloberts & 8la(R FAnstnns, Head Tins. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druc store and ;vt one (unlace of A. Clark's IIor Hemes!?, If you are not eatisCcd after using St your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miib, Muiit'HV has pone to Reck Castle Spring. Mirt Maikiik Lrr Sai'Ndkhs lm Rone to Danville on a visit. Mh. II. J. MoKoiiBRTH and wife hire Cone io HarrodiburR. Mn. J.S.JoKns, of Alt. BterlinR, has engaged as ralcitnin...

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. — 15 May 1885

A xiytiCEii " um of lnrjre Ixxlit of cavalry, nrpiiilml, in. FltOM ST. PETERSBUHG. PREPARATIONS FOR WAR IN THE DOMINION OF THE WHITE CZAR. Illustration of DltTuroiit Tjpes or tIIo Suliltcrs ltus.lnn Available I'IrIU tng I'm co CimncKs 3Iiim of (liu Dlsputi'il Tttirltory. Ppectal CorrestionJeiK.l St. PKTnnsnuno, April 20. It looks more and more as if a trial of strength was to bt bctwwn Knglaml and Ilustta. In this das potio country conclusion! an not known to thou hole populnro an houi after they nto made, but from what youi cotreiondont ho Wu nblti to gather, uc wiouRiitoi backing out ol tho contest witl (treat Britain has onco entorod the mind o! theAVhito Czar or any of his subjects. In the lace of a foreign foe, no people will be mon milted than tho Russian. The most rabic TTUillht la Russian before ail. He will fight lor bfci country to tho dath, though ho woulc Wow tho czar limb from limb viitl dyuandto before breakfast on tho day of battle. Ho lores RaiMa and hatoi despotism....

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. — 19 May 1885

IM , Semi VOL. XIV. rublltltml TnpMlnun itHtt Friday 8a. DO 1XBI. ANNUJ1 When paid strictly In adranco. II we hue to wilt any time. 8'J.no will be charged. W. I WALTON. Marriage Promises in England. Courlnhips in KagUnd are nhort and ore Ions. No ooner it it understood that a young man and woman are in lore than It ii given out that the ate engaged. The American custom o( leaving jroung men and woman free to aocl ate together and keep cotiipinj with each olhsrforan ludelinlto length of time with out declaring their intention ia Almost un known to any country of Europe It is not long after a younir mm burins to show tbe laughter atfemiana hefore the it ther cIt intimation that he wishes to know what it mean, and either the youth declare hit in tention nr I. nnttfia.t in iii itk Whatever tbe advantagen of the English lew of this matter may have, it dm, at leant, one most obrious diiadvantage, and that i it lead to engagement upon too short an acquaintance, and it makes of the engageme...

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. — 19 May 1885

mil. $nf erior$otmnd Sfe ford, Ky May 19, 1885 W. P. "WALTON. JIfixr one of the most gallant figh ti a gains t the heaWeit odds ever combined, the of the aid to the Chesapeake & Nash ille Riilroid, htvo to acknowledge utightl? repulsed yet by no means TunqniKbed, and like brave soldiers in a just cause thejr propose to pick their flints and try ngin. As the true frieqda of the count they can not afford to let so golden -an opportunity as securing the location of this gr it thorough-fare through it, slip from their grasp and an infjrmal meeting of the leader In this precinct, Turnemillo xnd llmtonvills, has already been held, .when it was unanimously resolved to try to Tiioo the necefsirr amount to secure the tight of way, depot grounds, &c , by private subscriptions and sell it to the road for Heir capital stock at par. Oyer $2,000 vna raised on the spot and if there are a sufficient number of public spirited men -who will bs directly benefited by the road, to ba found and w...

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