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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 May 1885

fc' i 4 flf Btaaford, Ky., May 10, 1885 l. iff. LOCAL TIME, CARD. Mall train koIdc North Boulh Kxpre strain" Houth ii ii ii ....1S39 r. m IMIHMM 1 8 A M. Norh. ...... it 05 A. M. The ox li calculated on standard tlint, t It Jboul 10 minutes faatar Molar LOCAL NOTICES. Ecy your (chool booki from Penny A McAllMer. Watches and Jewelry replied on rhort notice end warranted bjr Penny A MaAli tor. A complcti! tock of jewelry, latent ctyle. Kockford watchc a epeclalty, Pen ny fc McAlitter. Foil cotichx, cold, Ac, uee Comp. Syrup of White Pin, In 25 and 60c bottle. Prepared by Mel.oberts A StaKK. Faiimeh!!, Kkad This. Go to Dr. M. L. Iloiirno'n ilniB atom and net ona package of Sam A.Clark' Hoc If you are nqttatUDcd after uinj it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Col 0. Welch ban Rone to Loul tIIIc. Mish I.ii.lias ItfciiAHAX, of Crab O.-chard, ia vlalting MIm Maggie It. Xtwland. Mn. ASoMn". Bum. Uihout, of Garrard, are the guetla of her father, Mr. Will Craig. Mu. C. 8. MiLLEiihaaRonc ...

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. — 19 May 1885

Ljr $ntcrtorf ouriial "iVOMAXAND HOME. VARIOUS ITEMS OF INTEREST TO MOTHER EVE'S DAUGHTERS. Tyranny uf tlio Shoo Conceits of Million fry Och. Custor'a Wife Cutting Dtosscs Washington Socli'ty 3IIII(n4 Pnnnor's ll.it Ii. Minneapolis! Household The luxury of n can bo nfferded by only the eamnnratlve few who live In fnraace or tUd dwelling-. Bathing 111 coU renins is always dangerous; and yet the fnrmeri, mochauliis ami many ethors who nro able to have few luxuries can nlToid least of all to do without U com fort mid reftoslimont of frequent bathing after tollsomo dnys' works. The first moans pf rutins is to ninke one's self cloaa. If more farmers realized 1UU, not so many of them would leavo the liarvos: tleld or threshing machine, orere.1 with the swont and dust of the day, oat a hasty rfuppsr and 20 to bed as soon as the chore are lonj, sleeping in tho same soiled undergarment! ihoy have worn nil day. They always got up tirod. Why' Hosting consist) of two processes in,; otr tho ffet...

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. — 22 May 1885

m r Semi H(1flift ifl )lijl $lwJl?f VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1885. NO. 23. k. " f .Mf;irr TuemitavH unit Friday 8a. oo X331t ANNUM Whan paid itrtctlr In adrance. If we hurt to wattanr time. 8U.no will l chanted, i W. P. WALTON. FOR GIRLS' JAWS. A Cur-Loud of Tar Chuwluc Rum for Younir beinlnurlet. IKrio Dispatch "There' a car-load of solid comfort for tlio young Indloi," will a goiitleinan in to ft ruporUr, itolntln; to n car jtainlliiK on thn Aliorfhotiy rnllriwil. "Now, llmltaS .. .1 It I l fl .ft. Iinriil. .if ttll.t.Bfltt fvlt.it ""'"" ni"n Hum liter,' no ooutliiuixL "You may not know it, hut it Uu fnot tlintnturly nil of the chwlnK sum eumuina,! In the Unltd HtnbH ami Vawir college comes from IMnburg." I. tbli i.mllenly m,Uo. com- rmsetlf" akl tLe iMWiarriiin. "Why, It's inaJo from Ur, and tbo worst of tar. Tlio Htandard Oil eontpiuiy it a IiIr thlu; on viheols when you talk about oil, but It U Juit a big, relatively nwnkii., wlmii you got into the protitieo 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. — 22 May 1885

3km Interiorlonraal , ittnifoid, Ky., May 22, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The from Washington make but amiabto Senator, Joe Blackburn, botb an aw and a fool, though we are certain he m by no means the latter. "When Phil Thompson failed to get the appointment of Commissioner and Kbey Bojd got left for a Consulate, both of which Joe had get his hoart upon, he swore in his vengeance that the democracy was on its way to the deHinition bow wows and that Kentucky waa an good lo go republican at the next election by 80,000 as a cent is for a ginger ctke But when it given out that Jim llUckbnin wax to be given the Collector ship. Joseph changed his tune, withdrew his dir prediction about Kentucky and taffy with both hands at once to the President. The latter having in the meantime found out what kind of a man Jim Blackburn was and is, decided that better man could be chosen for the office. Atiotbcr change then came over tho spirit of Joreph' dreams and this time his anger was fearful to behold. He r...

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. — 22 May 1885

'., Stanford, Ky., PERSONAL. May 22, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train golnc North-......- 1189 r. M. " Houth l&lr. M. Kipmstraln' Bouth.... ,. 1 12 a.m. " Horn. ...... I V3 A.M. The ti calculated on standard Mine, t'raa li About 20 minutes faster tiolar LOCAL NOTICES. Bcv your echool books from Penny A McAliater. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted bf Penny & IlUY the lima Hog Kemcdy, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl liter. A complete otock of jewelry, latent ittylu. Hock ford watohen n specialty. Penny & McAliater. Fou couth, cold, Ac., uie Corup. Syrup of Whilo Pine, In lib and 60c bottlw, Prepared by McKobert A Siagg. Faum eh?, Read Tims (Jo to Dr. M. L. Ilourne'a drui; itore and get one package of Earn A. Clark' Hop Kemedy. If you are not ulirfled after nalntt it your money will be refunded. Mn. T. M. PrNNiNoroN is very ill. Mu. anoMiw T.T. Davibh are- in Boyle Writing relative. Mn W L. Morntrr, of Lynchburg i Va., wis...

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. — 22 May 1885

0- nlcnorounm An THE POISON TREE. nVillinm Mate. ' I wnaangry with my friend, I tokl nty wrath, my wrath liil tmd; I wis niigry wit my foe, I told It not, my wrath did crow. And I water 1 it in f tars, Night and in rnine with my tear, And I named it with smile, And with toft deceitful wiles; Till it grew both day and night, Till it bore an apple bright; And my to heboid it shine, And he knew that it wm mine, Awl into mv garden etole, When- rbt nigut ha 1 veiled the pole. In the iiionuitE fiU t I e My foe outstretched I o.teatli the tno. THE COLONEL'S REBUKE. Occuslnn When tho Huyn In Gruy Were Not Uxiictly Consilient. Arkansaw Traveler 1 Gtinter was, during tho war, a proud and impressive olllcer. Ho nruiiot nfrnll of tlio enemy and never sought a clinncj of keeping out of harm's way, bit it was a well Unown fact that tho claukirg panoply and turkey-gobbler strut of war was to him qulto ai interesting ns tho gleam of tho bayonet or tlio ''cannon1 opening roar." In January, 18C3, Oun...

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. — 26 May 1885

1 Semi ? "fl hB 9 fl Uii c W Eh H flsiiiiTfiMfi K VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 2G, 1885. NO. 24. eubUuheil Ttii'mtitUH ntid t'rtitau ga.OO XJ31l ANNUM wh.nr.i.i .trietir 177IZ. i! h.. to i wilt tar time tu.no will be ehargud. W. P. WALTON. Tlie " l'Hitilonntjto Intelligence Column of tli NewspHpers lliw " Jenkins" 1 1'nltl fur UN Work fiotliiiin'n Various Tim I'ruple. l"Joo Howard" In Philadelphia Pre I In tbo first plnce, In n inotroxlli of tbli kind tboro I no such thing n "Kicloty," nronor. Now York IsdlvldoJ Into toon! of circle, nnd I defy tbo met enrufnt on- server of currrnt vrenU, oxk'iidin;; ver a irlod of wiy .McIlleU ton jeara, ti tell mo who am in Ionn llud IiiMinoof ourdally iHifrs, and In nearly nil our weekly Journals, under tho head of "Fn.hlonabloInu.lllKon and under tbe heading of "Society Now," thj most nlnuto doi nils of wedding breakfat, of so- rial ,rtlei, of dinner,, and of u.srj. torn. Inc clearly that they mutt have Iwon In- forniol, elthorby thohcH...

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. — 26 May 1885

:i h Inicriorlonnral rftf(iid, Ky May 2, 1885 w. P. WALTON. Tne appointment of Hon. R. M.T. Hunter to be Collector of Customs for the diatrict of Virginia, a position which pay about $1,250 a year, shows what vicissitudes a man mar pass through when once he enters politic?. The writer cn remember when he had but to (peak and all Virginia would riso up and do him honor. For years he was a member of Cbngre in which hoaro'e to the position of Speaker. Afterwards he served in the Scnateof the U. 8 ,for fourteen years, from which ho wan expelled for participation in the rebellion. Of his subsequent history a Washington correspondent says: "He was Secretary of State of the Confederacy and a member of the Confederate Senate. He wan afterwards elected Treasurer of the State of Virginia, which office he held until ab?nt 18S0, since which time he has been living in retirement on his small farm in Ewex county. He is about 70 years of age. In 1SG0 be was a candidate for the. Presidency before t...

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. — 26 May 1885

f it i ve :t b s ut It E 0- w 41 r ) L Stanford, Ky., May 20, 1885 for I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall trln going North .. ....1933 r. M. all Bouth 1 M r. m. Kiprmtrtm" Mouth...... .... 1 M A. tf . i ii i Norn 2 05 a.m. Tna a job li calculated on standard tltue. tiolat t'me ta about 20 minutes fader LOCAL NOTICES. Bey your school booki from Penny A McAliater. Watches and Jewelry repMrcd on jhort notice and warranted by Penny A Buy the lla IIor Kemcdy, the original and only genuine, from Penny a A complete of jewelry, latent itylc. Hockford watches n specialty. Penny A McAliater. Fon cough, cold, Ac., ue Comp, Syrup of While Pine, in 125 and Mo bottlw, Prepared by Mcllobert A FAitMEn.a, Khad Tiii. Go to Dr. M. I ltourne'e drug store and Ret one pcknge of Ham A. Clark' Hog Remedy. If you are not aatisfied after uiinc it your money age will be refunded. PERSONAL. us, The great and only Nath Woodcock Is in town. Mit.. Jon Coi rrrv is visiting Mi Mary Jones. Ma von William IUuoiiejity is ba...

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. — 26 May 1885

Pv M H IT IS THE SiASON. R. L. Stetcnaon in Xarafln of Art.) 71 1 tlio Hm n now to go About tlio country high and oiv, Among the lllact bund 111 band, And two by two in fairyland. lixe brooJin? Iwy. tbo sighing maid, Wholly fain and lialf nfrald, To meet nlon? tb liasal'U brook, To pass and linger, pause and look. A roar ago, and, blltholy paired, Tbolr play they shared, Tboy kUod ani quarreled, laughed and cried, A year ago at Eaiterti Je. 2Ior, whom with rude, uplifted baud 'Ho did bethreateu or command Her, in a lomewhat longer dre, lie now would tremble to cares'. Ifoir by tbe stile ablnz) she stojw, Ami hla demurer oytM bo dropj; Koiv they exchange averted sighs, Or stand and marry silent oyo. And bo to her a hero U, And sweeter sbe than primrose); Their common illanco dearer far Than nightingale and mavis are. Mow, when they sever wodded bands, Joy tromblet in tbolr And lovely laughter leaps and falls Upon their lip in madrigals. THE NEWSPAPER REPORTER. A ZJfe of Snnihlno mid ...

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. — 29 May 1885

. . t . , w4wrw Semi In' Imtefwf Kill until fPWk .4 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1885. A NO. 25. ... -i tbUhvJ Tuemtav nurl JFrtilnv 83.00 X231l ANNUM WhanpalJ itrlctlr in adTacce. II we litre to vU anr time. 93.00 will to chanted. W. P. WALTON. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed bf J no, B. Fish. The court-house U to hare a new cost of ptint on cornice, door and windows. K. Nicholion hat the contract for printing at 105 We had a good soaking rain the Grit good rain that has fallen this spring. Ererythtn, wm beoming Terr dry . Meadows will be short on that account Ottswerero looking very well. The county court, composed of all i'g McKINNEU LINCOLN COUNTY. Mr El. T. Young, whote home a few weeks ago, his purchased the i property n( Mr. D. S. Jooei and will here-1 after reiide in town. Mr. Will McKin . h. spue to Kus- ! sell Spring for hi helth. Mr. Km OeortN wh) hat bjen eer . f"r the put week, is slowly recovering. Mr. F. M Ware haa gone to Louisville. II. C. Jones, of the f...

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. — 29 May 1885

! dtojoford, Ky May 29, 1885 W. P. WALTON. "With those who try their utmost to pay their just debts we have the greatest even if they fail, but the dais who cmn pay and will not we would like to try ihiadcwof Mexican law upon. In Mexico 5 creditor can have a debtor ar-reeled fen the day the debt falls due. The prisoner i chained to a post five davB, guarded by an officer. At the end of the time, if tho money is not forthcoming, the manV labor is sold to the Government for 4 0 cents a day for ns many days as will be necessary to dihargo the obligation. The miserable debtor is sent to the silver mines, where he is chained to a gang of felons and compelled to work underground, lie leepB underground, and never sees daylight again until he is restored to free-Bom. Some doctor having remarked that a person who keeps his head clean rrrely ruffera from contagious diseases, Col. Polk Johnson, of the Louisville Timet, whose bead is as bald as a billiard cue, congratulates himself en the law o...

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. — 29 May 1885

7 Stanford, Ky., May 20, 1885 l. if. LOCAL TIME CARD. MM train going North - - 1)39 r. m. Bouth 151p.m. Kipmiiraln" touth.... IB a.m. ii " Norh., 2 03 A.M. TbtkvOT It tabulated on standard time. Bolat t nit U about 20 minutes Utter LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour echool booki from Penny A McAlitter. Watches and Jewelry repaired on nhort notice and warranted bf Penny A McAlis ter. Bur the Hasi IIor Kemedr, the oriel' nal and only genuine, from Peony & A coMrLETK stock of jewelry, latent tyle. Hockford watche a etiecialty. Pen. nj A McAlloter. Fon couuha, cold, Ac, una Coup, Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 50c bottle.), Prepared by Mcltobertt A S tapir. Faiimew, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne'a drug More and pet one iMckage of tiara A. Clark' Ilotr Itemed. If you are not atifled after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. J. IJ Paxto.v, Kii , nt a day or two in Richmond. Mil W. H. HioitiNS went to Louiarille on bunineas tbli week. Mies Lizzie 1'oiitmajj returned from Hamilton ...

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. — 29 May 1885

V n(mor$ottrnnl ar THE BROTHERS. An Entertaining and Instructive Serial Story, Written Expressly for the Interior Jour nal. 3T HISS MILDKBD LEWI3. CfUPrEK VII. AT SCHOOL. The law school of Bizter & Caatttl was widely known; that iri if advertHln; id a medium of Introduction, for the school wis extensively advertised in all tbe leading japera. Long eulogies boded by flaring eapitaUand alwaya winding up by a flit tering notice of Bizter & Chaiul. The object of tbe school, ao the idrertieemect Tan, wag not only to make the pupil thoroughly acquainted with all poicta of law, to hare Coke and Blacktoae at their leagues' as well an their fine' nod, but also to be able to say it in the meat ap proved and elegant style. A cojm of literature was also included. How wai a lawyer expected to get along w;bout be iag able to quote? Oj Fridiy they re cited before the president lone piiHige from the author with drain Hie tbia after long practice before tleir looking jlauei or apoitrophiea 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. — 2 June 1885

Semi VOL. XIV. Vulllthcil Tiiemlnvn ami t'rtitttva 83.0U II3Xl A.NNUM Whin paid strictly Id advance. It we bare lo wait ut time. 9a, 30 will be charged. W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT f. A Col. Welch It no longer nn atpirant for the Collectonhlp, Judge 51 II. OmTej la the uninltuou choice of (hit end of the county for that poaitlon. Mr. II. L. 8teger I an applicant for the pod office at thin place. Mm. Sieger U a "(rue blue detmcrat" and well ciutllSsJ for the poiition ahould the receive the appointment. There are subscription paper brimj circulated to rIte fund to build a I'rttbrterlan church here, and our pro-pie of all denomination) are ubforsiiiuic liberally. The ladies will giro a strawberry tupper next Frldaf nijcht, the 6th, for the me purpose Ereryhodj invited. II. (I. Uronauh a aatigoee of Petrey A Petrejr hare cloned out their stock of goodi privately and by auction, realizing for them about $850 It wai a hard lot, being tnottlr the tail end of two large tockt o...

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. — 2 June 1885

1 1 & Stanford, Ky., June 2, 1885 w. P. WALTON. Politicians, Bo-called business men and other?, vibo are besieging the President with petitions and entreaties for office are finding to their sorrow that your Uncle GroTer is a hard man to fool. As this a WathinRton dispatch fay. " after a delegation had finished a brilliant peroration In favor of same worthy patriot, the President said, dryly: 'I xn beginning to find out just what isnow, when a delegation of eolid business men come on to urge an appoint ment, and remain here for three months. I am compelled to wonder who is looking after their biuinew at home.' The Presi dent addrd that in such cases he was quite aa apt to defer to the recommendations of Ihe businem men who stay at home." Tjik clean sweep of the Mahone officials in Virginia and in the departments has been fully decided upon by thoAdminlstra tion which knocks the prop from under the Sen ators whohaye traded on the State'd honor. Like slaves on the auction block, t...

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. — 2 June 1885

tyrv ' t f 1 Stanford, Ky Juno 2, 1885 l. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train colnr Korth - , HS r. x. (oUth lair. m. Kipmslraln" fouth..,. 182 a, x. ti .. Horb., . 2 03 A. H. The k-ore l calculated on standard time. Solar t'm ! About 20 minutes faster 0t?aU NOTICES. Boy your achool booki from Penny A McAllMer. Watches and Jewelry repaired on rhort notice and warranted by Penny A Buy the Ham Hoc Ketuoly, the original nud only genuine, from Penny AMcAN later. A complete atock of jewelry, Uleat Btylo. Kockford watchea a fptcialty. Penny ft MoAllatcr. Fori coueha, ooldn, Ac, uao Couin. Srrup of Whlto Pine, in 25 and Wc bottle. Prepared by Mcitobertt A StapK. " Faiimeim, Keaii This. Go to Dr. M. L. UounieV druc store and net one ptiokaite of Ham A. Clark1 Hoc Remedy. If you aro not ratlrfled after utins it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miw Ki rriE IIiiauo, of .Mt. Vernon, in n jjucat at the College, Mitt AwtA Hakeu, of Boyle, U tho (neat of M(m Nellie Gainer. John B. Owsley, J u, ...

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. — 2 June 1885

V Sam- BRIGHT, LIOCOLM COUNTY. Tho meeting of trie Er Confederate at 'lie Cold Spring on Tim firm last Saturday, lor the jiur.isee of organizing a club in memory cf those who struggled to Laid for the "Lot Came," was not largely attended, owing to the rainy day. The following were pmetH at roll cali: Third Ky. CaUary, (Morgan' men) S. 'A-Moore, Bvyie county; Ca. I. Thompson Arnold, Garrard; Co. E. Joe Arnold. Garrard; Cj 1. Jjb Arnold, Garrard; Co. E. NicboliB Salter, Garrard; Capt. Co E. It C. FarrU. Garrard; Ca. F. S M. lemau. Liucolr; Cj.I. Dr. David Logan, BoyU; Capt Co. I. John Byerr, Garrard; jng 8tojen go0j8 knowing them Co. I. John Higsinbotham, Garrard; Co I. K.A. McGratb, Garrard; Co I. Dave Arnold, Garrard; Price' Army of Timothy Ford, Garrard; Cj. C, 21 Tennessee. H C Arnold, Garrard; Pricb'a Army of Miuoari. W. N. Burk, Garrard; Cth Georgia Just after the crowd had collected and had farely to ecjjy themselves, the rain commenced to pour down and if it had not been for 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. — 5 June 1885

jfenii rtblthi'U TiicmlaVH (lllil Fftihiui 83. OO X'Elt A.IVNUIV1 Whin paid tn adrauce. 1( we hire to wtt any tluiK. 0,(10 will be charged. W. P. WALTON. STANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE. Closing Exorcises. Thirteen year urc, Her. W. C. True-heart, of Virginia, the husband of Mn. SallteC. Truebeart, i elected principal of StaoforJ Kemtle College. The institution wa then in it, in ft no, poorly patronized and hardly known outside of its immediate tecHon, Almost before the close of the firat yeir Mf Trtieheart yielded to that dread iHs , ontumpiinn aod dieil. Mr. Trueheim returned to Virginia and while there reoieed an iuritation from truster of the College, without solicitation on her pirt, to return aod take charge of the achool. She accepted and resolred to sire her undivided effort to the building up of a rcbool first claw in titty particular. Her Sne adminlitratire ability was brought into ita fulteitpliy and gathering around her a competent faculty, the toon placed the inititutiou on a f...

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. — 5 June 1885

! r i Ml i II' f ' I :;l. M !t f i I if t j' i Inftriorlonnral Staalbrd, Ky., W. P. WALTON. June 5, 1885 The t abstantial buiinees men of repudiate the charge made by Mayor Und that they hare asked him to permit 4be gamblers to resume their operations and eome forty odd called on him Tuesday to demand the names of those who had milfi such a request and to urge upon bka to enforce the law against those aaiea of society. The mayor refuted to tbe names, but promised that he would do all in his power to prevent gamb luag in the future. It is said that the spas. soodtc effort to suppress it lasted less than -week and that now the keno goose xjneaks as largely and as loudly as in days ofjore. These decs are a disgrace to the taty and It is a shame that they are allowed to openly defy the law. It is telegraphed from Washington that Col. E Tolk Johnson, of the Louisville 3im, had a pleasant interview with the i'nraidenf, which laBted according to a Fott correspondent 25 minutes sd three sec...

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