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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 7 May 1886

; 9tm T. II CIIESAU.T, Illchmoid, Ky. HIGH A.W0X. bllverl'retk, Kl X1.V.X TUIIlllW, mchseoad.Ky. it. p. roxs Illclimoad. Ky. j. a. riiiKKn, Klagston. Ky. Cor. McCnary. While the riTer nnd hatlor bill un der discuMlon lat week In Congrwi, Mr. McCreary addreseed the boily ag follow-: Mr. C .airman, tuy colleague from Kentucky Mr- W fordJ bM referred t0 lho next paraRfaph o( the hill, which provide, for an .piuoiirhtton of $230,000 for the banefit of IhVkentucky River; and he that if thla amount la allowed for the Kentucky River there ouKht to ha an appropriation of $10 000 for the Smih Cumberland Rier There Ih Fork of the decided difference between thee a very rivers. The "Kentucky River U the long-eat river In Kentucky; and while I will eoy t n0 outatart 1 have no objection to the amendment proposed by my colleague, duty to speak in behalf of yet I fed it my the amount propoeed to be appropriated for the Kentucky River. The river flow, for over 100 mile-through the district I the hon...

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. — 7 May 1886

Stanford, Ky., w. P. WALTON. Sometime ago when the question of base 111 playing on Sunday was the preference to those who own homes along tho line of the road. As the company had eecured about 11,000 new employes in place of the strikers, lees than 4,000 of the 15,000 who struck will be able to get their old places. The strike has proved a terrible boomerang to to the strikers. It was almost without excuse in the first place and its continuance was a piece of stubbornness inexcusable. U It is gratifying to know that Z. T. Young, who figured so unenviably in the Rowan county troubles, will not be commonwealth's attorney of the district next term. Returns from all the counties of the Mays- ville Judicial district are to the effect A.E. Cole, of Maysvllle, for Circuit Judge, and James Bailee, of the same town for Prosecuting Attorney, have secured a majority of the delegated votes, and will be nominated to the respective offices named at a convention to be held at Carlisle, May 11. Sen...

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. — 7 May 1886

A 1 1 Tj Stanford, Ky., May 7, 1886 B. O. WALTON. UubIdoub Managor. I, AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North- - -.,..- IMr,, " South 13 15 p. x. EarreastrMn" Houth...... . lSJa.u, '?" " Horn ............ 2 03 A.m. theatre la calculated on standard lline. Bolat rla about 20 tnlDUlM las tor, IGC4I NOTICES. LAKOKKTii'ti (Inriien needs nt McKobo'ts Lan.)UI.tu'h garden need in bulk and package at Penny & McAllster's. Watch eh and Jewelry repaired on shor oollce and warranted by I'enny A McAlls er. .... Bor the Ha Hog Remedy, tho orIir al and only nonulnc, from Penny &MoAl ''' . ... A COMM.ETT. stock of jewelry, latest ityle. Rock ford waUhcs a ipecialty. Penny A McYIIster. PERSONAL. -Col RoncRT Boyd, of London, Is here. Mil. J. C. Jacksox. of London, a here Tuesday. Mn. D C. Alun ha? gone West to grow up with the country. Mn. 8. M. Wimiitk Is in Monticello on a -lilt to his mother. Mim Alice IIamton has been ing Mis Ollie Parrott in Madison. Cait. J. II. Bailey and wife hae...

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. — 7 May 1886

in n v I i GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise tha Lord. God Is Love and Nothing Else." Kandy, Ceylon, March 9.h, 1888 Deati Interior. We are up In "the mountains" again; though, this time, not at any chilling altitude Kandy being only about 2,000 feet above the sea level. It is rather hot here too, Kandy being in a sau cer, with high hills about it, that phut off the bretz?8 blowing on top; while there is no little radiation of heat going on from the hill sides into the pretty valley below. But the caloric la not of that mugey, ener vating kind we experienced at Colombo, and the nights are not the clow, panting, stuff, perspiring eeasons, that come down upon a poor fellow there, when the tea-breeze dies out, like being smothered In feathers. Oae must go high up in Ceylon t'o -0,000 feet before getting a full mountain climate, nat the advantage of Kandy is, that here, one is in a very healthful spot, where all the luxuriance of full tropical vegetation is combined with the comfort of the temper...

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. — 7 May 1886

Stanford, y., May 7, 1886 W. P WALTON. SUPPLEMENT. CONVICT COLONIES. DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DISCOMFORT IN SIBERIAN SETTLEMENTS. Exiles Ytlio Aro Allowed to ltoutu tlia Tundra at Will Other Who Are Surrounded by a Dead-Lino Ditch No Sutulny 1'otency of Ilrlbes. Tho great Earablnia steppa between the Irtish and tho Obi la traversed by strips of woodlands "cross-timbers'' ns they would call thetn in Toxas where game abounds and whero several trading-posts control tin collection ot & yearly quantum of furs, hunclng and trapping being tbe only penalty imposed upon a comparatively enviable class of exiles tho -twelve-years men" transorted for manslaughter, burglary and similar secondary offenses. They are permitted to roam the tundra at will, being merely required to report at twice or thrlco a year oftonex only if black marked for neglect of duty. During the first year they Uraw government ration, which thoy tboy are afterward permitted to commute tor all sorts of extra supplies if the...

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. — 7 May 1886

Stanford, Ky May 7, 1886 W. P WALTON. SUPPLEMENT. CONVICT COLONIES. DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DISCOMFORT IN SIBERIAN SETTLEMENTS. Exile Who Are Allowed to ltoniu Ut Tuiulru at Will Others Who Are Surrounded by a Ditch No Sunday l'otencjr of llrlbes. Tbo great Barablnza steppe betiroon tbo Irtish and tbo Obi is traversed by strips of woodlands "cross-timbers'' as they would call them in Texas whore gams abounds and where fioreral trading-posts control tha collection of a yearly quantum of furs, huncing and trapping being the only penalty loiposod upon a comparatively class of exiles tho men" transported for manslaughter, burglary and similar secondary otleusea They ore permitted to roam the tundra at will, being merely required to report at headquarters twice or thrice a yoar oftenor only if black marked for neglect of duty. During tho first year they draw government rations, which they they ore afterward permitted to commute for all sorts of extra supplies if their earnings should exceed...

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. — 7 May 1886

Jntenor aant al Sta&ford, Ky May 7, 1886 E. O. WALTON. - SUBlnoBB Mamttfor. w DOING THE DARLINGS JUSTICE. Tlio Troulita tlio l'hotogrnplicr Has with lufuutlle Humanity 1'retto. "Aro you photographing many children nowadaysl" was nikeil of a well-known photographer. "Ym, tho Labloi aro pretty toady nnd nmoiitf tho most troublesome wo Lavtv Koxt to a plain-faced fotnalo, who want ton years taken from her ago and a Inrgo stock of beauty added to bcr tout cnsotublo, a young mother with hor babe is tho tnoit aggravating person tbo photographer has to deal with. !'ot ono In til thlnki tho photographer docs bcr darling juitlco, for, of couno, overy mother liai tho wttoKt, prettiest baby in the world. They bring them to bo photographed when tboro U koiriviy any difference Uitwoon the foaturct of ono and another, dross them up iu laco and lawn, and prop thorn up with pillows. When they aro oted thcro la scarcely anything vitlble but n bundlo u u rod fuio. Tbun tho mamma complain that tho...

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. — 7 May 1886

kin interior cacn al Stanford, KyH May 7, 1886 E. O. WALTON. ButlnoBS Uanagor. DOINQ THE DARLINGS JUSTICE. Tlio Trouble tlm Photographer lint with Infnntlta llumnnlty l'resto. "Aro you photographing many children riowndnyil" was atketl of n well-known photo gropber. "Yen, tlio bnblei nro pretty stoidy customer nnd among the most troutilosomo wo liavo. Noxt to n pin In-faced female, who wnnta ton yenrs taken from her ngo and a largo stock of U'auty addod to her tout cnsemblo, a young mother with bor tiabo la tbo mott ngKKtvnting person the photographer has to deal wIUl Not one in lift- thinks tlio photographer does tier darling justice, for, of courso, every motbor has the sweetest, prettiest bnby In tbo world. They bring them to be photographed when there is scarcely any dtfTerenco betwovu the features of cci and another, dress them up In lace nnd lawn, and prop thorn up with pillow. When they aro poed thero 1 scarcely anything visible but n tmndla u rou ut.u. l'hvu tbu liiainruas c...

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. — 11 May 1886

x i Semi fc -. ., ,,,,; , .. .... kwf 0 ntefiot mtftuiL vol. x;iy. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1886. NO. 123. 5tBgr?3lccklD Into iorlounral VitbUnhcil TueailiiUH nntl Friday -AT ta l'EH A.NNUU. CVHII. It understood If w. crtJIt that 11.60 will be ex. petted and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Aw Vsrv' 1 1) I A iVSWSS.. II "'IP- fif :i CICERO T. SUT10S. The. presrnt edit ir ot the HredenridRe JS'tiri, Mr'. dcero T. Sullon, npon whom the nutitloof Ihe.bttHUnt and Teraalile Wat lace Qruelle mol worthily ell, Is' maintaining (or that paiiar the high reputation tnado for It bjr hie prelcfaor and U winning golden opinion Irotn tboea oioipe tent to fudge of the merit o( a paper It circulate', notwltlilanding hi. comptratire routh. He waa born In D Tiean county, Augutt 6th, 1839, and at the age of .lr loit hi father. HU mother then moved to Ohio cout.tr and there he tuaile hi. homo until called to Clorerport. Ill cdtiottional adtanUgra were pior and only extended to hli 15. h yer. Ha was ralred...

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. — 11 May 1886

l Stanford, Ky TiiFitE are 10 men in the May 11, 1886 W. P. "WALTON. The 8upremoCurt of Virginia hM af. firmed the decision of the lower Court sentencing Thornan J. Cluveriua .to death for the murder of Miss Fannie Lillian Madison. The caee was tried at Richmond last tear and attracted great attention not only in the Old Dominion, but everywhere that the circumstance were known. It will bo re membrred that the body of the poor girl waa found in the reservoir near the city so far in a state of decomposition as to render t unrecognizible, save by articles of clothing. A sharp piece of detective work begun by a newspaper reporter, resulted in establishing the identity of Miea Madison and link by link a chain of circumstan al evidence waa forged around the young lawyer, Cluverius, as the perpetrator of the foul deed. It was proved that he had eednced her and that the object of his horrible crime was to prevent the birth that would have revealed their secret to the world. "What made the ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 11 May 1886

: f v &? Stanford, Ky LOCAL fOTICES. May 11, 1880 E. O. WALTON, - DuslnoBB Mnnagor. L.IN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train solng North........ I B5 r. m. ii .. Houth..... M....-U 15 r. k. Kiuirea strain" Houth.. ........... IbJa.k. vt ii ii Morh............ . ' 08 The a.ova It calculated on standard time. Holar utli about 20 minute taster, LANDKRTlf a arden Heeds at Mcltoberts A StaiRV Lxn.)1ie.th'8 Kirilen Reed In bulk and packages at Penny A McAllster's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehor notice and warranted by Penny A McAHs Boy the Haas Hog Ketaedy, the and only genuine, from Penny A complete stock of jewelry, latent ityle, llockford watches a ipecialty. Pen ny A McAllater. PERSONAL. Mrs Muody Harms U vUltlng friende in Lancaster. Mr. J. K. Uauohmam Ii vsry HI of intlimmatory rheumatism. Mrs. W. P. Tate baa gone on Tieit to relative in Ibyle county. Mrs. MunruY hai gone to Ksck Castle tpringi to spend the lummtr, Mr. Charles Bouom, of tbo West End, ii the guet of Mr. 8. P. Btag...

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. — 11 May 1886

7 J. loanra! A NEGLECTED RELIC. THE MONUMENT ON THE SITE OF THE PENN TREATY TREE. The Trouble n of Tourist II nil to Discover It "Down on Heach Street. Somewhere" rouud nt Last A Target for Ilrlckbats Inscriptions. A party of tourists from Cbicngo started cut the other morning to see the city. One of them salJ, quoting a lino from Shakespeare: "Shall wo go and seo tho relics of this townr aud tU9 othora said yes. Chief Clerk Cormack told them how to go to Independence hall, the Historical society's building and several other places of Interest to strangers, whose archives aro stored with musty parchments and paintings of departed heroes. After visiting tho rooms of the Historical society tho tourists went to. Independence hall, aud while there a relic of William Perm's timo, with n, card nnnouno ing briolly its history, referred to the treaty irith tho Indians at tho great elm treo of Kensington. Profossor Woodward inquired of the ancient koepor of the Independence Hall museum tho w...

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. — 14 May 1886

jm s. ' nam HlparivHNiJfa i .amuw rTi.c' emt eeklo iSPHljJ' mhiim lonttnd VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1886. NO. 124. r n. Fnblltttett Titetttavmttut FrtilntH -T 1'Ett NNUM, OAHU. It unlerslood If w credit thit I! JO will 1 expected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. CEOROEA JONES Mr. George A Jone, of the CommerciaTt sjafl, Is oo. of tbr wheel hone of Louisrilltjiuroaliiim. He hss w rktd in almost every (Hwition of cooci'ience on Tery dally papsr '" ,1" ci,7 ma& more rrsnUriu than any other mt'b ou tht local prrss, He is a man Id every eeoee of the word, hut he is modest withal n spite of Jjh D.lliiR'1 wilt saying that such wen are usually proud of the job Mr. Jonas isit rtars old cow and hu earnest hi ewnjlltlnj fine the age of eight when he bj;an tr tripping tobicco In a Newport fctorr IN bjm In that little city, hia parents beln; quite poor The boy hd a htrd row to hoe from the first for hi fatber died when h M quit youni;, Hlnuothtr aariiod iKin but b! step father ex n...

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. — 14 May 1886

Stanford, Ky., .' May 14, 1886 W. P. WALTON. Tun revenue bill an passed by the House has practically been concurred In by tho Kon.io mt tho prneral rate of revenue for tho next deal year will be at the rate ol 47 cents on the $100, distributed aa follows: 20 centa for the ordinary expenses of the government; 5 cents for the Sinking Fund, and 22 centa for the common schools. Banks will be taxed at the rate of 70 centa on each $100 of all property owned by the them, except 20 per cent, of their surplus fond, which is exempt from all taxation. All this could have been done the first month of tho newton and the legislators could have gotten home Jn time to plow up the land and put In a good crop of corn. A lot of sharper, who hope to enrich themselves by it, are procuring charters for the building of railroads and other improvements from the Legislature when they have no idea of ever hitting a lick on them. To remedy this a bill has been presented to require that when any company fails ...

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. — 14 May 1886

't Stanford, Ky., LOCAL NOTICES. May 14, 1880 B. O. WALTON, UuelnOBB Manager. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North ....... ...- 1 S3 r. m. Boulh .,...,.. . .12 IS r. u. Kxnreti train" Mouth..,.- ..- 1 82 iM. ii 2 03 A.M. li calculated on standard time, mill about 20 minutes Inter, Boter Lanuhbth's Garden Beeds at Mcltoberts LAN.)iitTJi'8 garden seed In bulk and psckagw at l'ennr A McAlieter's. Watched and Jewelry repaired on shor ootloe and warranted by Pounr A McAlls BUY the Haas Hog Keraedv, tie orlgi aal and only genuine, from Penny , , , A complete stock of jewelry, latest ityle. ltockford watches a specially. Penny A Mo A lister. PERSONAL. Db. J. F. Peyton ha returned from LotiliYllle. Miss Nannik Denton, of Klrksvllle, ii the guest of Mrs. Ii. K. Wearen. Mil. Qeoroe D. Weaken haa return ed from a bnilnesa trip to Cincinnati. Mim Kate Hail will go to Ktchmond tbU morning to visit MIm Mollie Fife. MB8 Lena Owens Cook, of Burnslde, visited Mm. James 0. Owens this week. ...

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. — 14 May 1886

r : i hi T b lonmal SODA WATER "HANDS." MEN WHOSE WORKING MONTHS ARE FEW BUT EXCEEDINGLY BUSY. Some Incti About the lJottlln; of Sodtt and the lleriulrciueiits of Those in the tabor Dangurs of tlio lluslness Lots on llottlet. Tho soda water sea on only lusts about six months. A warm Uny in April is likely to nrcdnltuto It as suddenly as it does tho tew flowers remaining in the llelds. In tbo vrarui and busy season several thousand mon Cnd employment in this city mauing and bottling soda Mater aud other throat washes with which tha multitude nssldulously slacks 1U thirst on a hot day. While they work thoy earn (air wages, anywhere from $1'-' to S'JO a week. The beason over, their services aro no longer required and they are discharged Like bri kmakors in the towns along the Hudson river, many ot them to spend an idle winter on the savings ot a busy summer and whatever trust tbey can get at the comer store. But tho majority are men who, in the plentltude of to-day, never give a though...

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. — 18 May 1886

V 4 it' a (f 1 jletni " WeeUs Jmfefinf Jamfmil VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1886. NO. 125. 1 OPPORTONITYTHAT OCCURSoEy ONCE IN A LIFE TIME. 1 A BUGGY ! BtiiHBIR' J r j iff n'Mr.im twr x MMn:1 it cuaar. ' )( , I.) Is what Richard III said; now this time it is D. mr' m mm w A FINE SINGER The Buggy cost 8125 and can be seen be seen at the store. These two articles i holder of the lucky number will get either drawing. No oiie connected with my - to 11 If --Go to- KLJ PKSteHrcS: S A BUGGY ! For which you don't give a Kingdom, nor a red cent. 41 IfJ 4K fF) 1(1 s . 'I fl! A i iSt i ua .ft Opposite the Myers. House, buy one dollar's worth of goods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar's purchase you will get a ticket thrown in; this will give you a chance to win the W&W or ffl ""1 mSLt " SEWING MACHINE. at the store; the Machine cost 855 and can will be drawn for Aiiieto& SjgSflL and the the BUGGY or MACHINE mrfit after the business will have a chance. P...

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. — 18 May 1886

mammmm i i Stanford, Ky May 18, 1886 W. P. WALTON. It Is pretty certain tbat tbe Bjard of Ectualirition mil bs continued in some shape or other, notwithptanJiDR Mr. Babbitt's solemn nod unequivocal promise that it should bo repealed, nod tbat gentleman trill have to spend the summer upon the raging stump, telling hit disappointed constituency why this is thus. It is painful to observe that Mr. Bobbitt hr.s not held the Legislature up by the tail as much as we had been led to suppose he would. He has not only failed to abolish the office of keeper, but has in the face of a promise, a thousand times repotted, absolutely made no effort to abolish the expensive custom of allowing the members ice in their water. Mr. Bobbitt may be able to explain this monstrous direlection, bat whether to the satisfaction of his con- stituency la a matter of painful doubt. There is nbaut a much need of a sub-treasury at Louisville as a wagon needs a fifth-wheel, yet Mr, Willis, assisted by those democrat...

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. — 18 May 1886

$uxm Stanford, Ky., - May 18, 1880 B. O. WALTON, Duslnosa Manngor. and t. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train golnu North, , 1 53 r.M. Houth 12 is r. M. UiproMtraln" Houtb. 1 II At X. ii Horn., 2 03 A. If. The ovo Ii calculated on standard time, Bolir nt nit li About 29 minutes laitar. G7 LOCAL NOTICES. Landukth'h Garden oeeds at McUoberta of A. LAN.)iir.Tii8 ijarden seed in bulk and packager) at Penny & McAlislerV. Watoiim and Jewelry repaired on shor ootico and warranted by I'cnny A Me Alia ar. , , BOY the Haaa Hog Remedy, the oriRi aal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A comtlkte atock of Jewelry, latest style. Rockford watchra n apecialty. Pen. nr A MrAlislsr. " PERSONAL. Mim Kate Blain, of tte West End, waa here Saturday. Mn9. Mary Bowman and Horace hare returned from' Mercer. Miss Molub Johnston, of Lancaster, ia with Mra. B. K. Weartn. Miu. W. II. Wnwinrrr has gone to Veraaillei to tiilt her partnta. Mil. Gkokob H. BnecE la making a tour of the northern part of the St...

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. — 18 May 1886

rd ccMnlirfcriorlonrtnd ?ubll8hcil Tucmlavs ttntl Frlilaya -AT 82 PEBA.NNUM, CASH. It understood If we ctodlt that JJ.50 will t ex-reeled und demanded. W. P. WALTON. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUVU. The examinations of the Senior class of Centre College clod Tuesday. Hon J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, next Circuit Court Judge for this district, wbb in town to-day. A three-year-old son of Mr. Thoa. H. Bell, who was run orer bf a cart on Friday last, is now thought to be rccoyerlnrj Rev. Takurs, of Tokio, Jap, lectured Friday niRht, at the Presbyterian churob. His eubjest win "My try.". A, younjs colored uaah named Guthrie Jackson was badly bitten about the faco by a dog Sunday night. Dr. McMurtry ren dered surgical assistance. The foundations havins been com- pleted and the joists laid, brick work will be commenced on the plauins; mill's new store-rooms on Main Htreet Wednesday. Handsomely prepueJ invitations to tho last meeting of the younj ladies' social club for the season, are as follows: "Com...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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