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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 June 1886

t Stems wmm titefiof lonfti il VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1886. NO. 130. rubHnhcil Titrutau ami Frlilnv his -AT a lKUANNUM,OAHlI. It understood If we credit tbit 11.50 will be e pecteJ anil demanded. the W. P. WALTON. i ) in COL. R. H. KFLLr. In thinking- of Col. Kelly, I call to mind the remark nude by Artruiea Ward, who In speaking of Washington said: "Hi wu one of our great laeo who never slopped otw. Fer Sten the writer hu beta ntr to At subject ot iM akelch for a greater portion of the time working with htm. Soma one hea mid thai "no man It a Is hero to hU valet." ThU sweeping artertion ha an exception in my relation! to the Colonel. To all men, hli superiors and un. derling, he ia the unit urbane, courteoua gentleman. A. much as I know of bia dally life, I do not call to mind an initance in which, however provoking the circumitan. ct, he displayed bid temper or uaed n pro-face word IIU war record ia the history of a cool, brave soldier; tbat of hla civil life a m...

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 June 1886

;. Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Jane 4, 1886 In a deservedly eulogistic paragraph about Gor McCreary, the Washington of the Liulsville Times Bays: "He is appreciative of everything he hag ever received from the hands of the people and tho press, and in not one of those politicians who think all things come or belong to them by divine right. I have seen him in the Gubernatorial chair, as a private citiifn and as a Congressman, and I have never eeon the slightest deviation from the straight lae of a dignified gentleman. Pure in his public and private life, holding his friends with books of steel, and unre sentful to those who hare opposed him, he is to me the prince among politicians, and there are legions of young men who are for him for anything he wants." This is by no means overdrawn, The Governor is one of the most appreciative of men and no favor, howtver small, is ever allowed to pass unnoticed by bim. Toe average aspirant for office is apt to think that the service of a newspa...

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 June 1886

Stanford, Ky., Juno 4, 1880 E. O. -WALTON, DualnouB MamiRor. I. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall U ln going Korth-............ 1 84 r. M. ' " Hotith,. ................. ...l'i 15 r, u. ISxprustraln" Bouth.... ...... iSiAin. ' " " Morh,.......,......, '1 OS A. kt. Tht joto li calculated on standard Um. Bolsr noli About 30 minute faster, LOCAL NOTICES. Landuitji's Garden accda nt Mcllobert A Htatrif'i. LAN.)iir.Tir Ktrilen eocl in bulk and package at Penny & McAlloterV. Watoiiim nnd Jewelry repaired on filior nottco and wurrnntcd by Penny & McAIls r. Buy tho Hum I log Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny A flock of jewelry, latwt style. Kockford wntche a epecinlly. A McAllaler. PERSONAL. MimKittie Wiuy went lo Louis-Title yesterday. Mils. Linda IIayokn returned from Texas Wednesday. Miw W. Q. Welch hat been Tiaitlnj? In Richmond thit week. Mn. Tom Metcalk bM cone lo tbe mountain in the interest of his boalnee. Mrs. Ciiatman Coleman, Jn, of Mercer, in visiting relative In this vi...

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 June 1886

y. H THE HOW HOTEL MEN ARE ANNOYED BY LOITERING CONFIDENCE MEN. Thieve Who Head Kavrspnpora Close Scrutiny of the Detective. An Intelll. gnt Class of nurclnra How New, paper Clippings Lead to Discovery. There is hardly aa hour In the day that well known thieves or conQdonca men can not bo found diligently poring over newspapers in the reading rooms of the loading hotels, Tbli Is one of the greatest nuisances with which the hotel proprietors have to contend. But it seomed impossible to prevent it entirely, as it is exceedingly ditllcult to discriminate between a crook and the guests The hotel detectives are constantly ejecting those unit elcome tieople from the hotels, and not un- frequently, by mistake, prominent men consider themselves Insulted by tho detoctlves scrutiny. The reading rooms of the leading hotels are really as accessible as public libraries. Particularly is this the case at the Fifth Avenue, the Windsor, and the Grand Central, which havo very largo reading rooms wher...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 June 1886

rii m. Semi & III lit tfUtf Imtfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1886. NO. 131. 1 CASH v Owing to the depression in trade and our heavy buying, WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS ON For this season of the year, so for THE HTJEJSn? TZEaHiRXTZ" ID.A.YS We offer our entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Wall Paper, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing at PRIME COST for the CASH only. Please remember that when we say Cost we do not simply mean a reduction in prices, but what the goods actually cost us in the markets. Now is yo.ur chance to buy. Respectfully, WMWW & ti&M. GEO. O. BARNES. Praiici tha Lord. God is Love and Noth ing Hie." I A 0. 8 8. "StrrLrj," On'C.e Howe, April 1, 1SS0 Dear Interior. The l!7lh of March was day of enchantment to (he happy troupe. Findlni; that the agent, though willing to give u a atop cfl at Adelaide, could not guarantee a parage) b llit) fallowing .learner In tho iroenl congeatrd condition of travel to and fro, and seeing t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 June 1886

V 1 f Stanford, Ky . June 8, 1886 W. P. WALTON. r; Gov. Knott has "cut and come again" and a tecond orn letter to "Mr Judge" Is tho resnlt. It Is more devoted to acts and figure showing that his administration i not re'psnatbto for tho "miserable rut that the thing has been running in for years," but on the contrary atMrs of Slate have greitly improved, than to an lioa of his ciustio untice ana Damme . i..i l l ..-... ikru ... wpannns pretty uiefiuouBu uc - - effectually in tho closing pwsgraphs of tho epistle, tt. claim thai during me year I ififist, remitted but a little over $10,000 in fine-; that he had nothing to do with any .n..,t (rami in hia nomination: tnat sucn rlTir;n:h7nr7 thousands of Ld democrats in the State, who repelled tk. hum Indinn&tion br ratifring it with majority of over 45,000. He compares the character of Hon. Iiaac Caldwell, who presided in thai contention, with his and calls God's pity on a man who by inuendo would revive au unwarranted imputation agai...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 June 1886

. n:i . I . Stanford, Ky., Juno 8, 188G E. O. WALTON. BUBlnoaa Maunitor, t. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Norih ...... ,.. 1 M r.M. ' " Boulh.......... J2 is r. m. Kxpreastraln" Houth mimiw( 1 Si Ai M. it ii ii liof DMtM 09 A If Xhaave Ii calculated on standard. Urn. Bolar M ! About 30 minutes lasts r, L0CALN0TICES. Landhbtu's Garden dfde al Jlcttobcrts iSi Stasn's. Lan.)UKTii'8 garden sewl In bulk and package at Penny & McAllstcr's. Watchka and Jewelrjr repnirod on ehor notice and warranted by Fenny A McAlls r. Bov the llaaa Uok Kemcdf, the original and only genuine, from Penny A courr.KTE stock of jewelry, latent stjrle. llockford watches a specialty. Penny A McAllster. PERSONAL. Mil. A. K. Pehhy went to Cincinnati Saturday. Mus. J. T. O'IIeiin hai returned from a vlelt lo Louisville. Mnsa Eliza Fox, of Ml. Sterling, Is visiting MIm Annie Alcorn. Mim Makv Ciiank, of Junction City, has been visiting Mrs. Capt. Myers. Muses Gracb Waiuek aid Iva Smiley are visiting relati...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 June 1886

r K 1 1 Vuhllshett Tncaaauti and Frltlaya -AT S3 rER &NNUM, CASH. It understood If we credit that I-.50 will be and demanded. W. P. WALTON. D AS V I LLC. BOYLE COUNT t. Mr. Starling Penderraft and M'bs Drooks obtained licsnee to mrry Saturday mominc M T. 8allee, of B:yl, heads the list for large lanibj. He has sold his buncbj 15 of whioh averaged 91 lba. A Musioale will In ..iven at the chapel pf Bell. Seminary under the Prof. Glinme, the teacher of mu aid. CjI J. W Guest went to St. Louis on FrWay, where his horse '"Terra Catta" was to run Saturday for the carpenter's and bullder'fl stake. The ssnior clnsa of Caldwell College and a number of their friends were entertained by President John MantRomery and wl'e on Thursday night. Mr. Henry W. Evans Bold his drug store on Friday to Messrs. Walter Eiatland and Rjuben Gentry, Jr. Possession siren July 1st or sooner if Mr. Evans desires it. Mr. Evans expects to go to Kansas City. Mr. W. S. Downton ha rented M. C Ttitirman'a stable oo...

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 June 1886

! i j:..i"J JWi, . HAsv Vk Semi & Ml etunr lamffiai VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1886. NO. 132. GASH? Owing to the depression in teide and our heavy buying, WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS ON HAND For this season of the year, so for THE 3STE22ZT TIHIIIFITY DAYS We offer our entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Wall Paper, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing at PRIME COST for the CASH only. Please remember that when we say Cost we do not simply mean a reduction in prices, but what the goods actually cost us in the markets. Now is your chance to buy. Respectfully, OTTOlt ft flUIS. GEO. O. BARNES. Praiso the Lord. God Is Love and Notli tog Elie." fivuwcv, Nhw Booth Wxi.ru. 1 Australia, April 7, 1880 J Dear Intkiizoii: Your readers (and t'ner r many) who will not bo further thn the languid perusal ol three If lleis, and who do not cue to lake trouble in con- Bulling a map, or who perhaps hare not one at hand to consult, tnuet needs he provided for he a sirl...

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 June 1886

$ntcrior$ournnl Stanford, Ky., e Juno 11, I860 W. P WAIiTON. TilKShelbTille 2imci elves the follow-ins historr of (he Djrhnm letter: The orig inal Durham leittr has created 10 much comment and wa the foreruuner of so many open letter, tbut the history of how it got into print would probably be not unin teresting. The letter wan written to Squire Jamts A. Gill, of thin county, in answer to one written by him to Mr. Durham in regard to hia canvas. Squire QUI says that the letter was a direct answer to questions asked by him, and knowing that the limes favored Durham for goTtrnor and desired to understand Mr. Durham's position, he sent the letter to the paper by a friend. The letter was not iotended for publication, but througu a mistake remind luc lima office with a rtquest to publish the same. It was therefore published. The result was an undignified, uncalled-for epistle from Governor Knott, ridiculing the egotism of Mr. Durham; another letter from Mr. Durham and a second answer by ...

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 June 1886

O t " W JsTV 4 4. t 1 Stanford, Ky., Juno 11, 1880 B. O. WALTON. UualnoBH Manngor. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North. - 1 63 r.u. " South - ..12 IB r, M. Uapretstraln" South ... 131a.m. ii ii ii Norn...- .m,101i.iil Ths a0T li calculated on standard time. HsJar tat Is 4 bout 20 ralnutos taster, LOCAL NOTICES. Lak.Mictii'h garden need in bulk and pnckngM lit Penny & McAllstrrV. Watchm and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIa er. Buy the Haa Hor Itemed?, the and only genuine, from Penny A ooMrtrTE stock of Jewelry, latent style. Kockfurd watcho a mwcialty. Penny A McAIUtar. PERSONAL. Juixin V. II. Carson went to Lima ville Tuesday, Mn Walter Raymond has none to Frankfort again. Mm. J. T. WiuiiTE, of Monticfllo, ii on a visit to her son, Bam Mna J. M. Philips la attending the Musical Festival in Louisville. Mips Mary RAY, of Garrard, is the guest of her aunt, Mn. J. D. Vacarsdall. Mn, W. M. O'Buyam, the cleter depot agent at Crab Orchard, was...

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 June 1886

'M ll P 7 y ? VHbl lulled TncmUtusatut Frlilaun -AT aa XX3K ANNUMi CA8II. It understood If we credit that 11.50 pected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. tit bo ex ML SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. f Mr. Luther Hoe1, o'( BrierBeld, AU , Lai b&en visltlnc Ml Minnie Crow, -Mrs. MtlimU C dlins, rged 74, died of hrt dlssato on the 7 h Funeral services hy Rev. V. R Dtvidon on the O.b. The venerable Joe Severance, the bouse of John M. Robinson & Co psssed here Monday even inc. There was a coaibitat Gravel Switch Sunday between WHUam Llnthicum and Geo. ErtM There wan a young woman in the o. There a a pleasant rain to dav, are the nnnl lot o' loafers and Rood boj8 in front of Jvper store en Main atceet. There were seversl sklrrulshei here overtbi election for school trustee? It la reported that the anery bystander is etill picking the judee's ear out of his teeth. It is reported here that there was a touch-sad tumble fizht at McKinney Sat. unlay at the election for school trustees, in which the ju...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 15 June 1886

Semi VOL. XIV. lournal I'ubUtihcil TiirKdaUH and k'rttlnv -AT 8U JLI3U A.NNUM, It understood If we crciltt that U.50 will bo ox. Vcted and demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. Praiae the Lord. God is Lore and Noth ing EIbo." Sydney, New Foctii "Wales. Australia, April 7, 18S0 j CONTINUED FROM LAST I&5DE. It will be seen then that we are now in the third capital of the fourth of the State above mentioned. Albany, in W. Australia, 1 not her capital. Perth ii. That lie higher up on the western coaat. lint Adelaide. Melbourne anil Sydney are all capital of States, or colonies. If ii tboChlcaco of Auatralla, to what halt I comnare SrdnetT I can think of no American cllr to compare with. But Glasgow and Edinburgh, in Scotland, furnish a fair parallel to lb.eS Auitrallan citie Nature baa done everything for Edinburgh and Sydney, only bellowed her favorr. more lavishly far upon the latter. I can unhesitatingly ear that Sydney ii far the moit beautiful city I have ever seen. Iti incom...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 15 June 1886

i :l! H N i i 3ntcriorournaI Stanford, Ky., w. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge-J. W. Alcors. " Commonwealth' Attorney II. C. WiRaK. ' County JadsoT.W. Vahson. ' Circuit P. IUlLKr. " County Clerk-0. B. CoornH. ' EherlO -T. O. Xkwlahd. County Attorney D. U. CiarKsritn. " AiMMor H.D. Kksskdy. ' M. Oitms. " Superintendent Common Reboots J. A. Boole Burreyor F. B. Howard. Since our Inst issue, we have examined the new revenue law enacted b the recent Legislature. It contains some Material chances from the old law. whether for the better or the woe can beat bo determined by our roadera from a synopsis of it which we give them: The rate of taxation ia reduced from 52 cents to 47 cents on the $100. The only private propetty which is exempted from taxation ccneis!s of cattle of tho value of $50; crops raised during the year; articles manufactured by the family for family ue; poultry and provisions on hand. Bank stocks are taxed 75 cents on each share of $100 and the surplus f...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 15 June 1886

I Stmi4BEt chlj $ attnoroacnil Stanford, Ky Juno 15, 1886 B. O. WALTON, UuBlnooa Manniror. Lift. LOCAL TIME CARD. MU train going North. .. J M r. M. ' .... " Bouth ... .....II is r, . L4 ..--Ia.,1 U...HL .... 1 2S ftiprfw.imiH nuuiOMH4H 1, M. II li Xf OrDiti 10 - ThejOT0 li calculated on standard titan. Holtr me li J bout 20 mluutM taster. iOM. NOTICES. LAN.mKTit'fl carrier, new! in bulk and psckace nt Penny A McAllister'. Watoiieh and Jewelry repMred on alior notice nnd warranted by Fenny A McAlls er. Boy the Haa Ho Remody. tho original and only genuine, from Penny A coMrLKTB stock of jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches n epecialty. A McAlinter. PERSONAL. Miss Macu Ruplby i vtiltlnc in D in rllle. Col. D. O. Slauohtkh wm here Saturday, booming hta plnaaant report aa uaual. Mb. and Mrs. W. li. Manieb, of Nashville, are on a vltt to her parent!, Mr. and Mr. John Bam Owiler. Geo nor: L.Pknmy and Jetae A. Amon hate returned from Georgetown, where they hare been going to College. Am...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 15 June 1886

a wiFSSetHfilnltrior Joarna. NOBLEMEN OF NATURE. t A COLONY FOR THE MORAL TREATMENT OF YOUNG CRIMINALS. Tlio Charity Which M. De Meta Founded In France Curing; for the Vncraut of the Streets The Work of Headline Children from Vice. Tho namo of De Met is au honor, not only to France nblch produced him, but to tbo whole human race. Few doserro bettor to bo known nnd .loved in tbU generation; yot few perhaps of such genuine eminence aro so llttlo known, nnd many now are household words who deserve not to bo known at nil in comparison, and by nnd by will sink out of sight. For time is a great loveler, and "pulls down tho mighty from his soat and exalti him of low degree." This truo nobleman of nature was born to wealth nnd culture, and lled among books, pictures, statues, rare nnd beautiful objects of art, nnd flowers which ho delighted to cultivate. Ho was fine both by cultivation and dotceut, and moved in a circle of scholars and of iut'.uential rank. Ho had a nature, however, which s...

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 June 1886

Semi 0 111 1 tiiefinf lottfri H&4p$p VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. NO. 134. I'nbUnhcd 'JCucattuumintl Frhlnv -AT 89 XI31l ANNUMi CASU. It umtoritooJ If we ctcltt that U.80 will bo ex. peeled and demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. Pralso the Lord. Qod is Love and Noth ins Else" Bydniv, New South Waits. 1 AusTnALiA, April 7, 18S0. J fCOJiTINUED THOU LABT ISSUE. Following ii the letter from the Bishop: "Calcutta, Feb. 17, Dear Sir: I hT ter carefully coceldcrcd your letter requesting me to orJsln you and cue you commission to ro and preach the In America, but I am oblfced to lay that the rule, under which all -.Bishops of the Church of Kigland are bound to act prevent my accedirife to your Mqutat. My advice- to you I to seek holy orders in America from the Episcopal Church. Their or ders are at apoitolic aa the English, having been derired through transmission from the same Dirioo tourcc. Wiahlng you all bleesinc In uny sphere of work that you may be called t...

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 June 1886

! I T- Stanford, Ky., June 18, 1880 W. P. WALTON. TO THE VICTORS, Says General Hodman, Belong the Spoils. And By His Oflbnsivoly Partisan Buling Ho Stole For Tliem All tho Rights of tlio Vanquished. Barbour Nominated By tlie Most Dis- graoofnlly Oonduotod Convention that Ever Met in Kentucky. THE PROCEEDINGS IN KDM., Special to the Istmuok Joubsul. Libanon, Juni 17. Tho Contention to nominate a candidate for Superior Court Judce for the Second District met at Hall, at a little past 12 o'clock to day and was called to order by the chairman of the district committee, J. Stone "Walker. There were a large number of delegates and the capacity of the little hall w.u falty tested. Frank Straus, of Bullet, nominated Gen. Rodman for temporary chairman for the Barbour side; Col. Mat Adams named John B. Thompson, of Mercer, in the 8anfley interest, and then the music begin, after much confusion, and a spat between Sam Berry and JohnD. Fo gle, the latter of whom, was taking an officious part fo...

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 June 1886

" n Stanford, Ky., Juno 18, 188G E. O. WALTON, - UualQoaa Mnnngor. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CAHD. Mall train going North - I U r.M Bouth ...13 IS r. M Kxcrcastraln" South... .. 1 28 itu, ' ". " Norh -........ M2 1Sl.x, Tho a.OTC is calculated oa standard time. Holir at li About 20 minute (aster; LOCAL NOTICES. Lan !tF.Tii'8 earden seed in bulk LOCAL MATTERS. Fruit Jars at T. R. Walton's. and pickaxe at l'ennr ft McAlister. WATonra and Jewelry repaired on nlior notice and warranted by Penny A MoAHi Buy tbe Haas Hog Komcdy, the and only genuino, from, Penny A cosirLrTE stock of jewelry, latest style. Itockford walebos a specialty. Penny A McAllnter. PERSONAL. Mrs. Qkesbam la ipsndlng a few dayi at Taint Lick. Mrs. J. E Fahhib and Miss Lluie are Nislling loDiiTille. Miu. M E. Helm has returned from a vlult to Louisville. Miu. Geoiuie II. Bnuce and Howard hare koiib to Estill Springs to remain weeks. Mrs F.J.Anthony, of Lebanon, is lilting her parent, Mr. and Mm. T. B. Parsons. The Mob will me...

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 June 1886

1 loams! JOHNNY APPLESKED." THE QUAINT PIONEER WHO PLANTED ORCHARDS IN OHIO. A Striking; nnd Mot Intf re.tlnu Character 1Vho AVai the Kurllest Ciliortour North of tlio Olilo Itlvoi Aiiocdutca of ho Old Mini. Ono of the miut striking and iu fact in (creating pioneer characters of lsX) was Jonathan Chapman, a man who, owing to liia odd occupation, wa gonorally known as "Johnny ApploeoJ " Ho made his first in western Pennsylvania, coming from ISoiton, Mas, lie jxaeod a stroag jiassloii for raising und cultivating apple trcoi fiom the soed, claiming that that was tho only proper way to plant an orchard. In tha spring of 1UI Chapman made bU way to Ohio, at which tliuo ho nppoarod on tho Lordcrs of Licking creek (in what is now known a Licking county), with a of apple SfOilt, which ho planted in various places oa and about tho banks of that sticauL Tuuiu is no uuiutiun; of his movements during tho live succeeding years, although ha was undoubtedly following the same strango vocation. liar...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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