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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 April 1886

Sent W. T. WALTON. Y&iflfcsW: j( vlBI IUU e. ' i wpr CHARLES M MEACHAM. Abate e pirsent a i;ood Hkenesi of one of the younet a well ne of brlRblMt of Kentucky' pres KOB Caarlei M. Meachatn, th present editor of tbe Ilnt.ktnMllle S,nth KrnlntLUm, wss born In lljlleslew, Christian county. June 14, 1SS. ...ii.ii f ttmtUt nreecher He was educated at the MiU'arr llluh School (a UopklnirHIe. He afterwards taught echool and read law at ihe same time, and wu licenced to prirlce In March, 1S79 bile waltlou for rich client and big few, be began wrllioi; for tbe Stuth Kentuckiin for pastime, and so n bfcime o much In lore with the w rk thtt he tnd as lo-Cil editor in a h irt tiuii and la August of tbe eme year bxizht ha'f In tbe piper an! with Mr. W. A. WiIjih, one year his junior, and hi looki after the builnewdeputment, has since as editor-in chief nnJe It a jccji fiinncUll nd ti s.nr runl jur. nal In tbe SlatM IStginQin as a weekly the paper was m rr itisa 'JJ year as. Into a muj wesklf...

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 April 1886

7 INDUSTRIAL STRIFES. ENGLAND'S BOARD OF VOLUNTARY ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION. rcaturr of Labor unil Trnilo DUputcs Over n Century Aro T.onl St. Measure I'lnn Orlshmtoil liy 3Ir. MuihIcII.i iiiid J ml go Kettle. For n century and n half, beginning in 1710, industrial strifes in Great Urltain vero ono long torioi of i minion, riots, nrson,nnd machine-breaking, nml nil k'gislntivo otfort was of a purely repressivo nature. Con-piracy net, acts punishing with death certain forms of violence, men as (for which crimi sir persons wcro uxecutod In 1SH1), and nets of compulsory arbitration of labor disputes mark thlsora. Somo of tho worst features of tho strife gradually disappeared nftcr tho passage of tho compulsory-arbitration act of liOl, but strikes and lockouts continued to occur with ven increasing frequency for tho next forty voir, and n llttl' m of Ov of tho act was mado that its oxtstenco wns practically forgotten. COUNCILS TO ADJUST DirFEnK.NVIX In 1S07 an net to establish 'oiul...

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. — 23 April 1886

reuon ing, nau Mat Can Bo Done ? By trying again and keeplug up courajo many tblDti aremlngly Imposilbl. may be attained. HunJrediof hoptlet caaes of Kidney and Llrcr Complaint hare been cured by Electric Ulttcri, after everything ele bad bean tried In vain, to don't think there ta no cure far you, but try Elec-trio nittors. Thoro la no medlolne ao aafe, to pure and ao perfect a Blood Purifier. Elcctrlo llltten will euro Dyaperla. DlabotcJ and all DUcatos of the Kidneys. Invaluable In .Qoctlon. of Stomach and. Liver, and overcome all Urinary Dltflcultlei. Large Bottles only SO cents a bottle at l'enny A McAlUter. SLEEPLESS NIOUTS, made miserable by that SM G&BPSttS! A Congressional Romance, Congressman Sione, of Kentucky, who walks about the Hou'e and up and down the avenue on crutohee, having lost n leg in the Confederate service, is exprcting his wife to arrive The story and interesting one, and prove again that there are n interesting events in real life as are told in story ...

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. — 23 April 1886

Stanrord, Ky., April 23, 1886 W. P WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcobw. ' Commonwealth' Attorney-K. C. Wxmk.v. " County W. Varsox. Circuit Clerk-J. V. IUILBV. " County Clerk -G. I). Coorna. " " Countr Attorney-D. B. CAtrusisn . " Alienor E. D. Kksnedy. ' Jailer 3. M. Owsns. Superintendent Common flchooU J. A. Boole " Surrejor F. B. Howard. In view of his excellent services and untiring eflorts in behalf of the Louisville & Nashville, the directory of that road has raised President M. H Smith'a salary from $15,000 to 520,000. Tte election of Mr. Smith to the presidency of this road was a God-send for it, as it has been steadily bnilt up financially and in public estimation from the hour be took charge of it. In his work Mr. Bmilh is ably assisted by Mr. S. R. Knott, a young man who is posted iu railroad affairs and destined to cut an important figure in them. The L A N.is in all its departments one of the best managed roads in the country. A Wabhikotoji disp...

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. — 23 April 1886

l L .V. Stanford, Ky April 23, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - BualnoBB Manasor. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali train going North-......- - 1 M r.u. i) South ........ .........w 13 p, m. Bipro.1 train" Bouth...... 1 Si a.m. ' f MOrbt.tWHMM.tlM.MMm.lt 03 A.M. fb e li calculated on itandard time. Bolar ae it about 30 mlnutei tutor! LOCAL NOTICES. Landheth's Garden rjecda nt McUobcrt k StnfRV. I.an.miith'h narilcn bjciI In bulk No more fiihtng in Bornslde'a pond, order of Jno 8. Haya We guarantee tbe Proctor Knott (lour. Metcalf A Foeter. n.) packages nt l'enny & McAllater'e. Watch t8 and Jcwelrjr repaired on ahor notice and warranted br Pennj A McAlia . Buy tho Haas Hog Kemedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AooMriJCTK stock of jewelry, latent ityle. Rockford watches n specialty. Pen or A McAliater. PERSONAL. J. W. NnniTT, of Ml. Vernon, wai here yesterday. Mns. J. T. O'Heun hat cone to Louie-fill to Tlait relatives. Mn. P. M. MoRoiieiitb has returned from Lexington and Midway. - Mr. O. W. J...

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. — 23 April 1886

i ( 4 I m SHttMfi Interior Sonrnal COUNTER-EVIDENCE. Wo had beon talking long and earnestly of tho future I bad beon urging Constanco to nanio the day which was to complete ray happiness, but had not succcedei in Rotting a doflnlto ) romie. Constanco tho only daughter of a decoased cloryman; sho and her mother lived together In a quiet suburb, "Yos," I soliloquized ns I strodo along, unconscious of tho melancholy ocho of my footiteps in the deserted thoro ghfnrcs "yes my darling and I will bo very liappy. Tho 3,00d Aunt Jesslo was obliging enough to loavo me should buy a fairly good practice to start with, not to mention all tho comfortable etceteras, including a good horso to trot mo about. must llvo with us, I suppovi, but as she is such a dear old lady, tho arrangement doesn't present tho usual objectionable features Ob, there is no doubt that we'll lo ai jolly as sandboys, as happy ns Great God, what's that!" It wos something whito and ghostly that flashed through tho warm, mist...

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. — 23 April 1886

hvn THE TUCV"J0I1N JASPER. A VISIT TO THE COLORED LITEF ALIST OF RICHMOND, VA. Clint with mi Intelligent Jiimlrooii TIui Itov. !nicr'a lcronrtl Appearance Ttm (Ionium nml lu KflVct on the Con. mvpitlOn Visitors lU'litikcrt. I innilo mi extra exertion to )ojt the last Hominy, In rising nt 8 o'clock himI tmiuirfng nearly two miles tothcvluirrli of ltev. Jolm .Iir, ttlio lins iv tmtJotinl reputation nan llt'inlit In blbllcnl cxiytwlH. llli jilnoe of wnnJitn k n lnrge, solidly built, mi 1 hoiiwnlmt nttmrtivo brick In lli very tvnb r of "Africa" Uh' extreme northern luiHitwl. It will 1k)M nearly floo, nml m veil filled. Alxmt (l do n whlto jiersona UHi uitlf wore jinwiit, nml tho unbent outHluetwl tliem with great to n (out lu tho "nnieii corner;'' Imt ns I wwiit with tlw inmilroon waiter of our I felt nMrt of obllgnttnn to nervpt n KHt In liin ww. Anl, ly tlie wiy, (wlio forbid nw to jMblbii liU noine) linsnn InMkft tlmt U not to I z.vm nt. Ho telU lie l n weonil couein of Ketintor Mnxo...

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. — 23 April 1886

GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Love and Nothing Else." ("CONTINUED FROM LAST I301!. P.A0.8.B."RonaW FA 26 1S36. t - k lnvel t - Mian the oce A ------ OTer which we csme 'o Madras, nt.r ihe ono tint stretches ar.und me, as 1 write these lines. I Ufeti't set heard o' nny sickness aboard; eoeliijut is tbe motion of our nobis veeael, and bo gentle are the over-tuna of old ocean. It is a luxury untold !o breathe the inviGoratim; lt air, after leny log the land of malaria and trTaimn Tiie weary scjournere in th Ur Ewt rcakine their glad way back to dear 0!d England enjoy it with ami only they can know. Ojrabip is one of the bast of her apten did cla8. Ojr accommodations exco'lent . it,. mnnr nald. Cabins clean and spictou;.tood phln, bit kooA and eerrants everything one could ask. We have in the "Rihilla" what we didn't have in tbe' of a abort run on the upper deck, as far back m the (mike e'ack. But tho vea aela are of different constitution, and they bjth do what they cin for ...

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. — 27 April 1886

0lJfi" SetTO weeklii Ititenof & $f 14 fHwJr1 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1886. NO. 119. rnttl1nl TitcMiiaua taut Frlilaw -AT rU JI3Il CAHII. understood If ws credit that 81-50 will us ox. ported ami demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Pralso tho Lord. Ood is Lovo and Noth-Ing Elso." rcONT(NUGI) rilOM LAST IfSUE. 1. & 0. 8 8 'Koiiilla," Feb W, 1SS0. Friday warning s thev were lolstlng iiacluie of I) h of coffee alnl some tbinx RT" wTi "D,l ''own Into the sea tliej went, and to the b ittoni, of couree, in seven fathoms of water (12 fret). two hours were pMt a diver from the shore wm on the apst; bin (trance ppiratui tdjtutcd; and one nfter another the bus "ere drawn tip. He only had to tie the end of a long rope to them and clve the signal to "haul away," I noticed that part of Ills equipment consisted of a short,) bear; word for defence agalnit the sharks. Mad ras harbor(?) U full if tbn sptciee called "ground" sharks. Wb to the hspless that Klaoerbird he...

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. — 27 April 1886

y 77 "J . Jae as I S Br tUftttttl tH&hmtkm trnVSKteMfilaltnorSoimwl Stanford, Ky . April 27, 1880 V7. P. "WALTON. President Cleveland has stnt a to Concrefs in regard to tho troubles between labor and capital, which contains the following siifiRestion: "I am satisfied that something must be done under Federal authority to prevent the disturbances which so often arieo from disputes between emplojers and tho employed, and which at times furiously threaten tho business of the country; and, in my opinion, the proper theory upon which to proceed is that of voluntary arbitration, aB the means to settle these difficulties; hut I suggest that, instead of arbitrators chosen in the heat of conflicting claims, and after each dispute shall arise, thero bo a Commission of Labor, consisting of hree mombers, who shall be regular of tho government, charged among other duties with the consideration and settlement, when feasible, of all controversies between labor and capital. A commission thus 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. — 27 April 1886

Stanford, Ky., -April 27, 1880 E. O. WALTON, - DunlnOBH Mnnngor. . A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Me.ll train going Norlh.. .... l M r.tt. " ' ' Houth........ -.JUS r.v. t5xprotraln" Boulh.. ........ 1 82 a.u. fhOiOTe li calculated on standard time, Bolsr lae U About SO ruinate laaUr LOCAL NOTICES. JiANUiieni'a Garden deed at McKoberla A Lanourtii'b garden need in bulk and pickaxe at IVnuy A McAlister's. Watch eh and Jewelry rep&irod on ahor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIs r. Buy the litis Hon Remedy, the orii a&l and only genuine, from Penny A ooMPLirrr. stock of jewelry, lateet style. IlocVford watcriM n rdaltr Per ny A McAlixter. PERSONAL, Mn. 0. A. Lackey, Sit., I back freni a lengthy Tislt to relallre In Madlton, Mn.O II Mausciull, of Harroda burg, waa here the latter pirt of lift week. Mn. D. B. Staoo, 8n , and wife, of the Weil End, are with their aon, Mr. 8. P. BUR. Mn. Walter Raymond hai -gone to Frankfoit again. There la erldently a woman in the ctM. Miss Emma Leavei...

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. — 27 April 1886

b "Zmjii -"J-F itr L I V ,' ,i T N ,!'! v Interior oarnai THE 11ACES AT EPSOM. ANENtLISH VILLAGE WITH MINERAL SPRINGS AND FAST HORSES. Kpioin, a a 1'iialiloiinblo Iteaort Somo SOO Years Ari Tlio "Oak" nml tho "lorl" Kcllpao, tlio Knmoiis ltaco Horse A Itct roapect Ito Sketch. Evory one has heard of "Epsom salts," evury one of tho "Derby" ns tho great horso raoe of England la known, and thousands Imvu heard and read of tho "Epsom races," without knowing that Ejsom salta wuro m nanitxl Ik eauso Uioy woro the solid predpfte from certain mineral springs in tho a Hinge of Epiotu, where- Is tho world nmoiv! rac course on v hteh is mn the "Derby, " tho Oaks'' and certain other noted races. The flrt Iwird of Epsom as a fash'onable rcort Ar fcoine 200 years ago when tho virtues of the mineral spring (Milphato of magnesia) first Locarno recognized, and Lelng exaggerated, as Is tho custom In all similar rases, the waters were looked upon as absolute and almost Infallible- Epsom Locarno tho mos...

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. — 30 April 1886

HKJIJBJBBBBHBIHHHHHHPP , t m r,1 (I. Semi HeeWl tSfBtfr mteftif 35? amfmi I !V t VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1886. NO. 120. E. P. OWSUB2Y. J. T. CRAXO. siFiEiiisrar uisrisroTJisroEavcEsisrT and was c ireful of the utrologer'i Ufa. Tub Good Old 'Daa's. All the papeis at rrcssnt ara talking about the deeoUtte dreai. The fact ia the square neck toilet of to-day ii as nothing compnd with former fashions. The cossage since 1200 A. D, has been periodically riling and falling. In (k. TTifiBili mntnrv Acnea Sorel is said to hava worn costly gowns with trains one-third longer than any princess in the king dom, and "and her bosom bare to the waist." It was the cuitom "when Madl-son was President" for the belles to with similar freedom.-Memphis Times. ArbitrsUon la Mikins Its own wy to ft ..I Tk liut Ihlnir Coc OWSLEY u follow.: isst, ' " IMS,... For K.w atrteU, 183,..- $ 703 00 . 405 07 . 213 00 . 1C8 03 11,1412 . I,tt92 ' ISSI 1.87JS1 ' 1153,.... 43149 3,499 81 rerlottrtitAcet...

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. — 30 April 1886

yl W Stanford, Ky - April 30, 1880 W? W. P. WALTON. "We rode a short distance on the train with the Sinking Fund Conimiesioner, Secretary cf State, Jamca A. McKenz, Gen. Fayette Hewitt, Col. J. NV. Tate and Attorney General Hardin as they were from Greenwood to the KenBee Mines and learned from them that the legislative report of the cruelties perpetrated on the convicts at the former place has noi Deen verified by their examinations. On tho the contrary they found the men in good condition and a large majjrity testified that they were well treated and properly cared for. The investigation is conducted openly and fairly and witueseea of all clasees and feelings are permitted to testify. The CommigMoners are men of known integrity and are much more capable of doing justice to all concerned than the one sided, packed committee, which went in hot haste to report on ex parte testimony, just what it wanted to report. In other word tney were more after making a record for themselves on th...

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. — 30 April 1886

Stanford, Ky., MS April 30, 1880 E. O. WALTON1. - Duplnqaa UnnoKor. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ttll taln Uaatk ...ail uiu guiuf. tivimoMMiMtmiimiH. South.., Kxprosilraln" Boutn II II M M0,J, ' It I jl l(9r,K, li calculated on standard time. t ti about 20 minute fatter 15 r, w. 82 A, M. US X, W, Pons Girman mlllot at Metcalf A ter's. See Wearen your wool. Knott Uolir iOC4 NOTICES. I.ANimicrit's Garden Heeds at Mcltoberts LAN.)ntTii'8 Ktrdtn Hied in bulk and packaoH at Penny A McAllster's. Watches and Jewelr repaired on shor oollco and warranted bf Penny A McA.Ua r. ... Buy the Haaa Hotf Remedr, tho oritti jal and only genuine, from Penny a'completr stock o( jewelry, latest style. Rockford watches a specialty. A PERSONAL. D Klaus I in the city buying goods. Dr. J. F. Peyton is in Lexington on business. A. II. LxFzvn, of Richmond, Ind., is in town. Mn.ANDMn3.8. 8. MEna went to Millersburg Wednesday. Mn.8. J. Emrry and ion, Willio went to Lexington Tuesday. Ms Maooie Ciienault, of Mt. Sterli...

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. — 30 April 1886

jigr 3 $cral GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and Noth-ins Else." Colombo, Ciylon, "Galle Face Hotel, March, 3J, 18SC. f (Address Auckland, New Zialand, lo be ,l.(t till called for.) CONTINUED PBOM LAST I330E. At leogth wo sighted Colombo seeming at first sight like Vtn'ce, floating on tie water, and cut off from the main land. A curious illusion approiching it from that I don't jet understand; for when one eels nesr enough it is fc?n to bo mo't rmbitantially bullion terra Groia and "hlgL and dry" upon the coast A most attractive spit is Colombo -approaching it, or on nearer acquaintance and inspection. It is one of the few places that will "besr inspection" quite triumphantly. The first and most characteristic feature nf ttm nlftce U the crowning feature of a largo portion of the island, namely: the ubiquitous cocoanut pilm I don't know what "Ceylon" signifies, but it ought "by interpretation" to be "the lace of This usiful tree, I am credibly informed, under favorable...

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. — 4 May 1886

f; uu llfttt fweUn mteflM lintfnitL VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886. NO. 121. I'libltHhctt TiivmlaUH miC Frtilnu -AT S3 X13U VNNUM, OAWH. understood If we credit that 31.50 will U ex. peeled and dmnnJcd. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Pralio the Lord. God is Love and Nothing Else." Colombo, CcvLrr "Oai.u: Fact. Hotkl, Marcn, 5 h, 18S0 I (AiMrs Auckland", Nsw ZaUml, to lie lett till caUed fir) Dtait Inteuioji. -Since mr lt I have rambled n litilo sbou' Colombo, the In lent heal has ptrmltttd, and I she you a lew mOMJitllPC'r"m the fstc of "plcy breeus" , , Uncommon ami cheaper method ol lo comollon, by vehicle, ii a small coerd carl, on aprinx1. dn'n h dlmlnuilvB or the funnlet Hill uiicblon I he met with. The bread ot oxn In lie island is undtniud, but trey are sprightly little bruit, and drlte In shafts cr under yoke with fq'ial docilily. A curious cm-torn obtains of lattooloi; the creature and haunch -with all aorta of de Man. A mwk ol ownership, pcrhapj, originally,...

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. — 4 May 1886

-i r H Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON. O.N the 18th of February, 1S01, Jefferson Davis stood upon tho steps of tbo State House at Montgomery, Ah., and delivered hid inaugural addrcsj as president of the Southern Confederacy. Then he satd' "I enter upon the duties of the office to which I hare been chosen, with the hope that the beginning of our career as a Confederacy may not be obitructed by hostile opposition to our enjoyment of the separate exis tence and independence wo hare asserted, and which, with the bin-sing of Providence we intend to maintain." Thursday last, on tho occasion of layiog the corner stone of the monument to commemorate the Con federate dead in the same city, he delivered a pnS "ln'?7'n! tho hravrv of the Southern soldiers and justifying their noble efforts for the cause they believed to be jnst. Among many other things he said: "I am standing now very nearly on the spot where I stood when I took the oath of office in 1SG1. Your demonstration now exceeds that which ...

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. — 4 May 1886

Jh i- Stanford, Ky LOCAL NOTICES. May 4, 1886 ,E."G. WALTON, - DuslnoBB Mannfror. I. N. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mall tr sin gotog North Booth r ! it !... bipiUIUUU" (VUlUMtNHiHMi ii it - MOIB. 1 12 Ai M. imHMMitlHttHHIMWI Vif A. M . Ths avs U calculated oa standard time, nets about 30 minutes faster! Bolar liAKimicrit's Garden Heeds at Mclloberta IlANjn&Tii's Harden need in bulk and package at 1'entiT & McAllster's. WATonra and Jewelry repaired on shor ootico and warranted br Penny & MoAlis Buy the Haw Ho liemcJy, the original and only genuine, from Penny later. ... , A cOJJPLrxB atock of Jewelry, latent tylt. Rock-ford watches a specialty. Penny A MoAIUter. PERSONAL. Dr. E. J. NicKEiiaoH, of Danville, was in to tee us yeaterday, Mn. KonEUTNEWTON.repreoentlng the McCormack harvesting machines, la in town. J. P. ZiMMenuiN. local editor of the DanTllle Advocate, represented that paper here yesterday. Juwje J. A. Lytlk left a fow days ago tojoinhla family at Harper, Kansas. He wil...

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. — 4 May 1886

I V Jf jmwJEd m JsLT M 4 5T. Icraal DEMOOBATIO TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. W. Atcoiuf. " Commonwealth's Attorney-B. C. Winx. County Judge-T. W. Varjjon. Circuit Clerk-J. P. Baiwy. " County Clerk-Q. B.CoorK. " " County Attorney-D. B, CaarESTEn. " Assestor E. D. Kksmkdy. " Jsller B. M. Owkns. ' Superintendent Common A. Bocae " Surveyor-F. B, Uoward. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. A report carno in on Saturday that a dispute occurred on Lann Branch, near this place between two men ns.meil Griffin and Grnbba, which resulted in the latter being severely stabbed in three place. Have not heard thedrctor'a report. MlssBmleV Loulsyllle, Sb Kpraonn flrinc visiu Mr. Abram Leel and Mrs. Mattie Lilian, of Boyle county, have been spending r. wrc here. Mrs. Won I. Moore and daughter, Mrs. Nelson, of church hereon Sunday. Harry HocUer, of Dinville, to the otd folks at hormi Saturday Messrs. Djdd and Bjtns returned from the Lexington hone sale retwtirj; n lively market and raminentlye ItruUyou will f...

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