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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 May 1882

Friday MornlHg, May 5, 1882 L l N. L OCAL TIME CARD. l'mirir trains North., South. 12 r. m. .100" . . I LOCAL NOTICES. Ilur I'aikth of I'tnnr A McAliater. Nice line ot lllr.l Crm at A. Owlj V Knrjit cf nrrl LlmJul rtlKl hj A. OwiUjr, Doan'i 74-teil (larollne at at Penny ft McAllsUrV Kw lock of Jewelry and Silverware at Penny A McAlliterV. Watchm, Clock mil Jewelry repaired ami warranted by Penny A McAIIter. J. II. A H. II, HltANK are receWlnir ami opening a lot of men anil boys' clothing. YotI will find the bent 8-cent and 2-for-5 cent cigar in town at l'enny A McAlis isrV Till .lock of J. II. A 8. H.HIiankala now complete with beautiful Mylr of Spring (Ipols. If ypji don't bclere It, Just call 00 Uitm and'se. W( ire Just receiving and opening a laree lot of elder A Hro.' Ladle' and Children'! Khoea for Spring and Hummer wear. J. 11 A 8. II. Shank. PERSONAL -M lk'lTt Oaxo la TMllog MIm Clara-Helin. ' ' " MlidU ptOtUilKl'ftKTO AND Km.a Kilw, of lianvlfle, art visiting at the Col lege...

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 1882

k ,fnu-S(lttf!il!iiiftrior3onmnI 9TAJSTTOED, ICY. Friday Morning, May 6, 1882 Kor the Iktxhoi Joi-HAt fl THVTH STANCE THAN FICTION. A Lit Shteh. W 11V AIiF.I.r. KAMAN, "Miiii hei been poln"l with li '""" mT And the future ifljnlirae no prorata of lloweri, My heart icareely anowt tht kind luniblne el rth . . . . Kor adverilty'! clouji ever Anita my hbtirt, "My heart hi! been crmhed by unklndneea, and care." . . And wounded aSecllon have waken'd my Irani My'tpYrlt Ii broke n and tamed by de-pafr, And, ray Mill bow'd down by thn angulitt of yean. lit was evcnimr. tho sun sunk slow Iy to rest, throwing a golden halo o'er lull and dale; Imtuing uio carui in floods of glorious beauty, and resting for a moment as if in quiot benedic tion on the brow of an infant, but a few days old who was nestled close to the bosom of a negro slave. Some hours beforo it was clasped firmly to a dying mother's breast, whoso last request was being fulfilled, and tho t Iavo bearing tho motherless babo thro' a...

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. — 9 May 1882

jwfiiaL a? r:.r r-- VOLUME X.-NUMBElt 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 41. i ,:,' v He mi - Ha Hi gmttw Stmi-(lItc(ilij3nftrioroiirnnl W. P. WALTON, . - Editor and Proprietor. T. H. WALTON, ' Butint it Manager. SunscKinioN, $2.50 Pkr Annum. ORDINANCES AND BT-LAWS Ot THE CITT OF STANFORD. lit il Orikinril ty Iht Vity Onntil if Stan fordj That from and aftr tlie ISlh dar of Mar, 1882. (Ik following Bwtion aliall conitltiile tlie Onllnancr, lf , Rule nil ItfBulnllonn lor the Kovernment of (lie city of Stanford, and all ordinance, b Uw, rulea and regulation nf aaul city, aliall Lecome repealed when tlie following ection go lnt effect. Hro. 1. Any wraon inllly of rinl. rdnt. lirtach of the peace, unlawful aaaemblr, or an atlrav. or 01 uaing anr violent, aim Iff, menacing or olcen language toward another, within the limit of aalJ clljr, hall U fined not Icm than Are nor mora tlnn fifty dollar for each olTVme. Hta. '2. Any eraon who aliall matce anr rude orundecen...

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. — 9 May 1882

St nu-Mfflifn nftrioroiirral Tuesday Morning, - - May 9, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR A NitMiinn of our cotemporaricj have spoken of Mr. W. J. Tampion as (ho Commonwealth and Southern news editor of tho Courier-Journal, Imt they aro mistaken, as no found a few days ago. Mr. W. M. Hull, pro moted from tho rcportorial corps, has been in charge of thoso departments for sovcral months, and has Tilled them most creditably. Ho is a young man that will bo heard from in the future. It may interest the readers of that metropolitan dally to know who fill tho other department of it, Be sides Henry Watterson, Editor-in-chief, who is as often in Washington and New York, as in Louisville, there aro EmmettG. Logan, managing edi tor, G. W. Cochran, editorial writer; G. A. Jones, Telegraph editor; W. .1. Lampton, assistant both of Mr. Logan and Mr. Jones; W. E. Chil ton, Commercial editor; 0. 0. Stca ley, city; Dan E. O'Sullivan. Sport ing and Dramatic; T. H. Robertson, Literary; Donald Padman, This an...

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. — 9 May 1882

Tuesday Morning, May 9, 1882 L H. L OCAL TIME CURB. 1'tiMtiftr train North..., ' " Boalh..., II 4.1 p. M. LOCAL NOTICES. Hut l'AINTHof l'ennj A McAllatcr. Do an' 74-test (lasollne at at Penny McAllstfr's. Halt, Lime anil Cenitnt constantly on hand a A. usrsiey . New xtock of Jewdrjr ami Kllrsrware at l'ennr ft .MCAIiiKr'. Watohw, Clock ami Jewel rr ralrrl and warranted by Penny A McAllaler. J. If. A 8. It. Hiiakkh ire receltlnir nil opening a lot of men's ami boys' clothing. You will find the bt 5-cent ami 2-for- 6 cent! cigar in town it Penny A McAlia l.rV The stock of J. II. A 8. H. Hl.anks It now comiilele with beititllul style of Hprlng Goods. If you don't bellere It, Jut call on llitm ami Me. W'r. are Jut receiving and oixnlng a larse lot of Peltier A Jlro.' Iafle' and Children'! Shoe for Hiirlng ind Summer weir, J. II. AH. II, Hliank. PERSONAL CiiAiara T. Hvnr; rcttimcd yesterday Mil. II, 0. Ai.ranii nnd daughter hiTi returned from Kansas. Mia Nannie Jr.wr.i.i., of Pekln, it 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. — 9 May 1882

Stnu-fl31ftlilff3nfmor5onnraIi vSTANTOBD, ICTT. Tncsday Morning, May 9, 1882 gello aliil determined ptfngjit' 'il umw Rnd nu piAocvneettmg Iw IM restrictions placed upon all j input hi xera of tho south, refusing ever to (nko llio with of nllegmnce, and ao the day passed until the surrchdor. IV lll IHtKKIO JOtlUKAt TRUTH ST ANGER THAN FICTION f ' 'A Uh SMch. ri ' nr adhx kamai. tronTlicrico reoy. Last wek J Tlio Iittlo girls wcro placet, iu Sa vannah to board, at a fcmnlo institute and the 1)0)8 intending u inalo ncnilo Detroit Frt Vrtj iteamphr. "WliatiswJfca?3JO "An occau.J'alifJwflter en tirely surrounded by British ship jranis nnti covcrai rv lirlliili ship Tirreo fibers- 6YawUi.J".tifout rtr i trrr tt ttttu ti -""' "inreo lingers ino girls had now becomo a vourco ai) water. 01 niucn care, ine icliooM Iim lt mvu .in vm, ,. i... i.m...iA . ! Trr I jvm. iiivtin u? aa.i.mii;. wen reopenm, ana vera noi iikmjjio ..Permitting an offico holder to rob tlio jteopio and get into Canada wi...

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 1882

mfefli iwtftwL ' rp VOLUME X.-NUMBEll 510. - STANFOHD, KY.. FRIDAY. MAY IS, 1882- NEW SERIES-NUMBER 42. Stem - Heel to M Sniu-MtrlilB nitriorJfournnl W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor and Propn'ohr. - Butlntts Manager. Suiiscriition, $2.50 Pick Annum. ORDINANCES AND Bf-LAWS OF THE CM OF STANFORD. Hrc. 37. Any ron oilier Ibon n offi cer of Hit ell or county, or commIalon. tr or receiver of court acting officially, who hll within the Hmll of mII cily, Vicllon or 1 at pnbllo mIb or outcry any good, ware, merchandiae, or object of trade, not hi own, whether for par or not, without hating firat obtained from the clerk of Ilia city council a llcenae therefor, a provided herein, ahall lie fined not lea thin Are por more than twenty dollar for each oflenae. Hrc. Its. Any perron other llun a cillien of thin cliff who Khali, within the liinila of mIiI cltr 'ell publicly, by anniple or other wine, any good, warei or inerchandlae, (life iock or farming implemenU and product! excepted) without ...

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 1882

tnu-S(ttff:uInlcrroroiirnnl STAWFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - May 12, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tun principal point relied on by Iho counsel (or Guitonu In thoir argu ment boforo llio Court In Imnc, now In session, nro tho questions of juris diction, insanity and tho nllcged grounds that tho tentenco of death Is void because under a proper construc tion of tho statutes of tho District, the dale of tho execution should have been fixed somo day within thirty days after the -lth Monday of Octo ber, 1882. Judging from soveral of tho rulings of tho Court, Guitcau's chances for a new trial, aro exceed ingly slim. By the way, tho poor fellow will havo to stop holding his tiailr levees now, as the Senato -has unanimously adopted a resolution in quiring in to tho loose management of tho District jail as shown by tho es cape of Howgato and tho unprece dented privileges granted tho assassin. In view of this tho jailer lias ordered that no more visitors shall bo allowed to see him during tho s...

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 1882

' "f " ' - l 'h V I s. 11 k Stm-Mtthb 3nltrloronmnl aTw-iTFOxax), icy Friday Morning, May 12, 1882 L A N. L 0CAL TIME CARD. rssssritr Irilni North.. " Houlh , 11 M r. M. . 100 ' LOCAL NOTICeS. llUY I'AiKTSof IVnny A McAllattr. I)OAN7Mrst Oasotlnt at at IVnny h McAIIslsr's. Halt, Lime ami Cement constantly on haml a A. OwsIst's, Nkw slock of Jewelry ami Silverware al Penny A McAlliter's. Watoiim, Clock" ami Jewelry reptlreil ml warrant! by l'enny A McAllster. Yo will find the best 5-cent and 2-for-6 cente clKr In town at l'enny A McAlla ter's. , , Htoi.f.X from ibt iaslur of hlljali Pence, a cbeslnnt sorrel mm 6 years oM, while hind feet, and heary (all, Haa a sunken lace under left eye. Was nilaae-il Wednesday nlht a week . A rewinl will be elten for hta return or information that will lead to bin recovery, a M. White, Stanford. PERS0NAL Mm. 8. (I. Deiiokk, of Somerset, Is rialtlng her relitlom here. Mim MauiE IIkazlky haa returned from a visit to her mother In Ixmlsfills. Mim Kmma ...

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 1882

-" PJPJM.HU -- JilUMLUEii 4 W niU'M(tliIiinfnioroiirniil fvrA.XT'&O'ZttD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - May 12, 1882 Vat (ha tRtiMia Joirkai. 'TRUTH SUNDER THAN FICTION. A Lite Sketch. nv aoklkVaman. iraxTiit'iiD fo last wkk.) CIlAI'TEIl SIXTH. A pleasant surpriso awaited Col. Hendricks at Lebanon Junction. His sou who had been a soldier was on the train going South, and llio old man's heart hounded with joy as ho thought of tho pleasure their return would rive his ffood wife. Yet it may bo ho sighed, it may havo boon that bit ter tears filled his eyes. It may havo been that his bosom, liko a troubled sea win experiencing some inward emotions as visions of pust luxury and future toil filled his mind, when contrasting tho change in his boy's homo coining to that of his leaving. Ilowover his stern manhood trampled over despondent thoughts, and deter mined' to begin step by step and re gain his former wealth. When ho arrived at Forest Glenn, his affairs were minutely examined, with a ho...

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. — 16 May 1882

ImtftiaL VOLUME X.-NUMBEII 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 16, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 43. jfemt Hal to Scini-Mttltlj nfcriorournal W. P. WALTON, - - editor and Proprietor. T. H. WALTON, .... Butnets Manager. Subscription, 2. 50 rim Annum. Anttror to Line on Tatff Tolu, Ah, hl j (tang to in, you ar no In Uin, Ami nettling to do lot Ml lit clowoi Your tlownli b waya of which wo apeak Are for beneath low down aneek, You'to nothing to do but drink and ehew, And .boot on" jour mouth a little, loo; You'd lot Uw.ro how you laault tbo f.lr, For your Impudence la more thin worm Ixnr; U you ooljr know whit tho girle think of you, You'd not crlllelM our tiltf tola. Wo tin hcw, and ebew, end chew, And new loek at yea, With tho into poo you Up, At joa jour brandy lpj And 70a ml T"1 Ci And you talk eofl and low, And you try tbo girl, to cheat, Kneeling lowly it thlr fret, Hut thry acorn your wlnotnd age, And Ihoy Iroio you In ragei Then yoa't. nothing ehetodo Ilut lu talk about our tody tolu. Ta...

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. — 16 May 1882

WyhHPpiwi"i i m :' i gftnu-Mfflilfi $nlcrior$oiirnal Taesday Morning, - - May 10, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tun Cincinnati Enquirer publishes Iho mewl nnhcnnl-of atorjr that TiMcn hns, through friends, offered to givo John Kelly his nupport for Governor of New York, if Kelly would ceaao to mako wnr on him. Tho story con tinucs, "Tho propnral rutoniihed Kel ly, who Is eaid to have replied; "That ho deemed himsolf n truer and better democrat than Mr. Tilden, and did didnotpropoto to conduct negotiations with hira upon nny terms to gain ad mission to a party that he had never left or betrayed, and never proposed to. He did not beliovo that Mr. Til den was sincero in his desire to unito tho party; but when ho could bo con vinccd that ho was, ho would bo will ing to consult as to its future welfare." And so tho matter stands at present. Senators Boyd, Hagerly.nnd other Tammany members of tho Legislature are happy over Tilden's position, be cause they believo this advanco is a confession ...

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. — 16 May 1882

3 ,ip- I'. -V t 1 r t, ? r t ,Sciiu-M(clilu3nttrioronriinI 'TA-WFORt), K"V TiiPHilay Morning, - - May 10, 1882 L A N. L OCAl TIME CARD. ftiHtm (ruin N firth " " Houlh '0. M. 1 (( r. m LOCAL NOTICES. IltiY I'AiTof lVnn A MaAlUlar. Kiihiii ltlue Melt Witter, at Mollolxrt A SKirr'h. Doam'm 71-(et (liwollna at nt Vmnj A MoAllitcrV Hxtir, Wine anil Oment efliwliinll on linml A. Owsley. N'rw stoc. el" Jesrf-lr ami 811mniro at fenny .MOAHsler's. 8oia Watiiu I tirr tlisn In an Hl seasons, at MaKoixrta A Hlaxgie. Watoiiix, Clocks ami Jewtlrr rcpalrnl ami warrante-l lj I'enny A MoAllsler. YciH will Bnil the l.ssl Vnt anil '1 for 5 rtnta clar In town at IVnny A MoAlla trrV PERSONAL' Mim Katic I'HKl.r, of Maillson, la vMlInit lier cousin, Mr. It.Uolib, Jr. Mr. J. C lliiYANT, the popular youn lriiKI'l of Hrrantuvlllt, was licrr Bumlar. --JlllxlK It J. IIliraKtNRIIKlKWaa re-t-liclril Supreme Trwstirer of the Knlitlits of lienor. Mit. I. 0 Aumii!, of Tine Mill, waa Ur jeslerilay. The iiiaiintaltin...

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. — 16 May 1882

Y- 5fiiu-SciUcIiliinftrioroiiri!aI MTANFOBD, ICY. Tncsday Morning, May 10, 1882 For th iKTMtot Journal TRUTH STANOER THAN FICTION. A Litejketch. "at nv ADKLKFAIllAN. cojTisrico riou iast mint It bo occurred that alio never aw tbcm until several years had glided by, when the wholo family went to tho homo of Col. Hendricks to spend tho winter. Tho health of their old est son was such that a cliango of cli mato was required and thay returned South for his benefit; Claudia in the mcantimo had settled down to n quiet, happy li.'e, nnd their arrival was hail ed with any thing but joy. During her grandfather's absenco her lifo was rendered Very unhappy by tho entire family, who cared little for Mrs. lieu tlricks and sought to harrass her as well ns Claudia. When ho wns present, howover, sho enjoyed so mo tranquil moments. Mrs. Robert Hendricks' aim now was 10 auvanco ner own daughter's interest, and crush Claudia if possible. Her grandmother often remarked how sho should trcmblo to leavo h...

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 1882

felll Jmlefiuf Itf nil zz vs. iKj.ix-Js.nz VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 44. tvd"W .-Il Li 1M-" tmi-Mttlilu nlcrior3(ournaI w. p. walt6 - r ft. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor. Butnet Manager. Suijsckiition, S2.50 1'kr Annum. OEORCE0.BARNES. Tlio career of this rcmarknhto man has already called forth the opinions of no many of our beat and wisest men, that (I may seem presumptuous fir mo to speak; but I liavo ionio con viellons on the subject which I wish to record, in tho hope- that tho catiso of the Master mny Ikj thereby advanc ed I presuroo that Mr. llarnca most ardent admirers do not omlorso orcry not Mr. Uarnea proach n great ileal of heresy T" I answer in my opinion that ho docs, and in this ho is liko all other preachers, ior I supposo thero Is no man mo vain as to think that Ids pro caption is so clear that wo can under stand all that God has said. Wo must not expect unmixed good in any man. Henri may bo pure, but no ho.nl is in...

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 1882

! .1 '-- Stnu-WtwMi 3nicrioroumn( aTA.IsTB'ORID. KV Friday Morning, - - May 19, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Oun readers will bear us out fn tlio ftwcrtlcn thai wo havo never in theso columns asserted nn intention of not supporting the nominco for Ap pellate Clerk; nor havo we coun soiled others to do so. On tho contra ry, wo had hoped that tho charges af fecting his standing as a candidato would havo been fully cleared up to tho satisfaction of every body, and that tho democratic nominco would sail into office on the usual largo ma jority. But in this hope wo have been sadly disappointed. Tho masses aro not satisfied with Capt. Tom Hen ry, and judging from tho feeling in a majority of tho counties in this sec tion, they will not support him with anyvdegrce of unanimity. In factj n sufficient number, if these counties aro n criterion, will not voto at nil or for Jacobs, to render his election very doubtful, even if ho should win at nil. Wo fear that even this good old dem ocratic count...

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. — 19 May 1882

3 Strai'Mftlilngnltriorlonrnnl -T A. N"FORt), TC Y Friday Morning, - - May 10, 1882 L A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. I'tiMKftr (film North.... " " Koulh..... , 9 10 A. M. . Ilir.H LOCAL NOTICES. Hur Paint of l'enny A MoAllster. Khmii Ulna I.lck WMer, lit Moltolierts Do ah. 'a 74-lesl (Usollne ut nt l'enny A MoAllster'. Salt, Lime ami Cement comtiintlr nn lisml a A. Owsley'. New stock of Jewtlrf nil Hllrrrwsre at IVnnA McA Hater's. Soda Watkr Ixtlfr than In in; pant stations, at Mcltolierls A Hiskh's. Watoiim, Clock and Jewelrr repaired ml warrnlel li 1'enny A MoAllster. You will find the lst 6-cenl nml 2-for-0 rents cigar in town at 1'ennjr A McAlit ler's. For Half. A lot of mall hemp rot Teryelirsp something fTery farmer needs. Apply at tlila office. PERSONAL Dn J. II. OnaLKY if In IonlstlHe. Mr. IUiiiriit Mc A i.irr r.n haa been fck for seTeral days. Co... K. J. White, ex-Senator frum Madiaon, senl Tnesday here. Itr.v. J. 8. Sims will leare for ilm (Irneral Conference thin morning. Mr. I....

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 1882

I wM(HttnlfintriorjournjUlBlll ciati... mum oo mhw hcsi Tja Friday MornlHg, - - May 10, 1882 Tor lb !mmio JocAt 3 TRUTH STANGBR THAN FICTION. f j. AJitt-SMch, -. Inv ADKctr'ABtAy. pt)fTIKHI10 row M '""J r'Wlicn Spring ngaln opened, tho mother'a health improved rapidly nml it was with childish glco tho family on Mm wifn acil mother tnko her placo at tho lablo ngniu; Col. Hen drickaiajing ho felt like a now man. In .lime Claudia received a letter from tier sister stating she would como and spend her vacation, notwithstand ing tho Southern Summer's heat. Claudia was indeed gratifiod for she felt sho would now win her sister's nf lection, if away from her stepmoth er's influence. Norma Hendricks came, and truly a wonderful change had taken placo in her She was a tall graceful girl, neither ft blonde nor aWunett, yet strikingly pretty in herowrr peculiar style, and Claudia found' many loving feature in her disposition. What a beautiful typ of female character sho wuuld have been,, had he...

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. — 23 May 1882

Imtftial u VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 45. ettti Weekt Jmtefwf P!7) i 5v iA. Scmi-Mctlilii 3nlcriorournnl tv. p. Walton, T R. WILTON, Editor and Proprietor. Butmeu Manager. SUUSCRIITI&N, $2.50 I'l'.K ANNUM. 'PRAISE THE LORD." VKMUIM.K, May 17lli, 1882. It.tr Inlnton The meeting licro I very like the ono in (lcorfjclown. About tlio 8.11110 in numbers for the time already pent, and with n prospect of closing in abundant blcMing. Tlio beautiful ()url-rooiB U not to largo as that of Georgetown and it always at hight crowded or jammed. Day congrega tions oxccllent, wltli an unusual at tendance, of men. Tlio total to data is 257 for soul and 41 for body. Wo shall remain over tlio noxt Sabbath, "if tlio LOUD will," and perhaps co on to Lawrcnccbtinr Monday. We are all in delightful health. Tlio Woodford House emiine is doinjj its work, and ,wo are all taking on flesh, t'i which I; for one, dd not object. I should liko to weigh alnut 170...

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. — 23 May 1882

I n k &tmMuk 3nlf rior$ournl To-day Morning, - - May 23, 1882 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Theiie I)i been another bloodless war nt, Washington. This timo Uen. Cerro Gordo Williams and Capt. Joo Blackburn aro tho leading characters and the easm belli was over tho publlo building to bo erected at Frankfurt. It appears that Joseph had tried to leavo tho Impression on his constltu cnts thereabouts that to him alono was due the herculean task of engineering tho bill to it's passage, and'thc local papers had assisted him most assidu ouslyin keeping up that Impression. Cerra Gordo saw this and was sad. Ho believed, yea, ho knew, that ho had fully as much if not more to do with' uetting the bill through than Joe and in his wrath ho sat himself dqwawndVrototo that effect to Judge Hord, who was a candidate against Capt. B in his last race. Hord was not particular who saw this coramu nication and finally a friend of tho windy statesman got a copy of it and forwarded to.him it was Blackburn's time...

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