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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 December 1881

ttfefiof Imifmai VOLUME X.-NUMBEII 43. STANJFOltD, KY., TUESDAY DECEMBER 20, 1881. WHOLE NUMBER Gli. 9emt-.HeeUii rnni-aoltthlnnltriorloiirnal ,WP. WHTOt, ... tdittf ait Pnprittf. T. K. WILTOK, . . . luvnut Managtr. Suusckiition, 3.50 l'r.K Annum, Invahiaiily in Advance. THt HCHTSMTOr A GIRL Jail f.lrMk t frtllr, Jt fBlU IMU1l U D IWMt, Jaat rntf tftavh la ta alllj, Jul ilalat anoaib Ukttil. Jaat Ull nonh U U (Tferrilt J art atljat DOl foff lift Ja.l draw aaaagb la ta laalf M, Jaataiairi atiab U Waf, Jail Uara taoaib I U t4r, Jaat alba raaaa'b U aa aad, Jaat aoA eaaugh ta rwn1icr Tawr Strati Ihn' tba raJrara aiaj gtaJ. Jut Biaai aaaatb fcr CaktHlMloA, Jul LeM aaaafh ta Va Wart, Jul aaUlaaaauah IW awblUaa, Jaallboafblfalaaaiifb W trt?. A laa,u IktlCM talk altbaatbinataf, Jul aalaabUr tnuk U Imii yilltri lUABt CMu(h U La cbaMlat, Tbalaatlatalaacal7aafaa.a. Oaaarawa taawfli.aajblau.aaartad. Ftr u tk tapta alara; Ok. fraaa bar mi I aartr U pirtiJ, Tm 114k to lk aaals I kf a. A Stttmtkip...

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. — 20 December 1881

tni-$9rthfn 3fn!trior5foutnaI "1!S B'XJl.HTOTIXJ, 3CT. Toweky Morning, December 20, 1881. W. f. WtLTOH, EDITOR. In pRBSEirriNQ our Bkmi-Weekly to the public thi notiiot, we M a pardonable pride though not entirely free from mbgivingt. The underUk lag Is a heaTjr one, but we ere greatly encouraged by the liberality of our merchant!, each one ol whom, without a tingle exception, agreed to our ad- ranee In admitting rates, without a word. Our subscribers, too, hate acted handsomely and we set out with fairer prospects than it usually ac corded luch an enterprise. Seven yean ago we came here an entire itranger and purchased the good will and plant ot the Interior Journal. Taking Into consideration the number of newipaper attempt! that had fail ed here, there were many opinions expressed that we had made an ex ceedinly bad Inreatment. The good people, however, teeing we were de termined to make It a success, came nobly to our.tppport and gave ui a subscription list excelled in numbers 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. — 20 December 1881

3 ,1. j5tmf'lttMuJnimmr3jonriKV QTA.XTB'OIlia, 3CY. ToMdiy Mornlig, Dcbr 20, 1881, LOCAL HOTICtS. Jitw and full itock of Clocke el I'ewi k McAllater 'a. Bona nice old countrhaim for Uriel naealA.Owtlet'e. HAMILTON Hrilt. PLOW! alwate 01 aaedelA.Owelej'e. Karen KAUiira, cnrraot, citron, tin' Jie. Ac- tl A.Ow.let'e. lliu itock o( Cktnploi Bailed Wirt on fcina at Aihtr uwaiej a. Fob tueJlcln.l purtHWf bor bottle of KkTur-oM Whl.kT from Mcltobert A HUM. Uiihmi Totl.t Ret. Vtae. Wrlltni Waakt oJ holldar preetnt of ill kind, tl tl . A U. ell.l..'.. HOLIDAY I'lHENT. wetcbee. lewelr and tlWtrwtre la greet YarletT.enJ cheap- r Iban erer tl I'ennr A McAlleler a. do to Fannf A McAlliter'a for Tour liol IJar gift. Hanla Claue ku telabllehcd bit bd querler Ibtrt, with renli ua ful aad beantlful. HKtOHAL Ma. I IlKAiLir continue tirr ill. Mix BtMitKonm Ie wllUMre.8. l'.8teK. Mia Mollis Joitxrrov, of Lancuter, it tititlag Mr.. 11. 0. Alford. Miaa r'Loeuct TnutuiiaT went to LeaeaetereeterdaT afterno...

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. — 20 December 1881

fffl!:Htfcj!ntmir$(nirii;i. STANTOBE, 3CY, Tnestey Kenlsg, Decmbtr 80, 1881, 4 cms nomit. "Ami you propoM to lUml by what jouaay, ilrt" 'Easily, Otorge." TltM ilUnc fell Utwftn Ibe (wo rata for the space of a law momtnti. It wm the old itory the iwele petition ol poTertr-tricken youth asking of wealthy old age the bind of bMMty. f. K 0ge (Maalefbad lored pretty fEither DnV from hit childhood up; and Either hid returned bit lore in lull measure, but when the deckive moment came and he aiked rich old Farmer John or bit daughter, then he wat told that be wa too poor to be aspiring. Alter itaring fur awhile in dumb dsspair at the hard-featured farmer where he eat In hit great chair beside the tanay window, George plucked up (uAoiaot courage to aik: "And ii my poferty the only ob jection you" hare to owning me for a unfa-law. lir ?" 'That' about the long and ibort of it. bit boy, wat the prompt ret poete; 1 had to maka a neat before I caught my bird, and I don't quite tee war other nieo ...

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 December 1881

eekln Itibfiif J VOLUME X.-NU1MBKK if. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1881. WHOLE NUMBER 512. semt'li mtfnaL E rnni-c'i!lttlilii interior Journal W. P. WALTON, T H WALTON, - Jitorand Pnprittor. Bunnm Managir. RUIISCUIITION, ,2 50 1'l'K AS.NI'M, I.NVAKIAI11.V in Advance. RANDOM REMINISCENCES Of Tho Long Ago. am iiivnmic.tr iiiiiimoo, Hastily Cooked Without Any Sea sonlnfr. iiv .ioii.v iita.in. ir Tka tatlM Jumal 1 Mv eriodical spell of tatotlhti icrilxmli hai come on mo again, and If you and your readers aro to luder by it you rauit take the blanic, for you will know I contracted the mala dy liy association with the Inti:i:iok JoirnNAl. Taking advantage of my innate, and, therefore, innocent vnni ty, you have by printing my eftuiions Ironi time to time, flattered mo into the ineano belief that I am a full blossomed ltjhcmian. I nai onco a modest, unohtrudve, reasonable lie ing, Walton, and for that had arqiilr il omo respectability; hut, now, see what I have come to I And all th...

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 December 1881

Ftnii-SfllttlilnjfnttriorSfonrnal Brr.isri'oiiia. kit. ii i i Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, W P. WALTON, EDITOR Another year, the most remarka ble known to liiilorj", Is drawing to a c!oc, and wo nro again permitted at this joyous season to extend the usual compliments of n merry Chri'tmas and a linnpr Jfew Year to our grand army of pitrons, who have so nobly stood by us. May the richest treas ures of life l ever theirs and returns of the Jay wo are alwut to celebrate, Ira many and happy to them. It Is hardly necessary for us to state that we will Issue as usual, Christmas. We havn't missed for several years, and do not expect to again. We print 101 Issues a year, and come out ram or shine, Christmas or any other time. Here is to you, kind friends, and may you lire long and prosper. Skveiml months ago, George II. Alsop, of Jcflcrson county, shot and killed Constable Harrison, who sought to arrest him. Fearing the result ol his bloody deed, the murderer escap ed, but was subsequ...

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 December 1881

2 rfiiiKKiltfliln 3fnltrior3foiirnal I . NOIZJO. K , Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, L.iN. TIME CARD. raenar Train II.wIst1I1s list at raasrnfpr Train UIMrhm'il Ma'salo IMp.i, LOCAL NOriCCS. Nrw mil full lord t( (.luck. Hi IVnnr A McAll.l.rV Home nlr M rotintr' liama fur f 1irlt nuil A.Onslfj's, HlMlt.Tol HtlM. l'Mltr lwat on hamlat A.Owal'. Hid stock of Oiimiho Ilail-nl Wlr on In ml t Anlirr ulj. For niraliclnst imrpo Imr twill of lU.Tur-ol.l wi.i.kr rroiu .Mciiniwria Hint. llAKinouK Toiltl HU, Vf , Writing l)V sn.l hotllar fttM nta of all kimta it l'tnii; A McAllatrr'. HoLIKAT l'AMrKTI, watcllta, JtWtlr' id J tilrtroir In ml Tarfctr. n.l chrsp r than e rtr l IVany A McAH'ttr'f. nolo IVnnr A McAIIalsr's for jour liol 1.17 jlfla. Hani C'laos his fataMMii-J hi hsail ''narltrs Ikirr, with prrstnts aw ful intl Uaull'iil PERSONAL Mr. I.twi., a brothrr f Mix Mil. Jtfil lwls, la Tlilllnc har. MlallATtlK Heailrt of Ijancsaler, la with Mr, lbs illi-hards. MlM Stall: lwOUT liaa ln on i Ti...

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 December 1881

j5rmi-?(!ltfhlDnltrior3fournaI 8TANPOED, KY. Friday Morning, December 23, 1881, Tk Western StIt. The Denver Tribune has been pub tithing a primer for the uie of iti youth readers. Hero ire a few trior alt: Ii thii a Sunday 7 Yei it is a Sun day. How peaceful and quiet it ii. Hut who it the man f He it a Impor ter and ho ii awcaringf What makea him swear l1 Because he has to work on Sunday I Oh, no I He is swoa r ing because he haa to break theFourth Commandment. It is a tad thing to be a Reporter. v. See the wasp. He has pretty yel low stripes around his body and a darning needle in his tail. If you will pat tho wasp upon the tail we will give you a nice picture book. VII. The picturo is of an editor sneak ing down an allcyl The mau on the side walk is a jeweler. The editor owes him Kighty Thousand Dollars for Diamonds. That is why the edi tor sneaks down the alley instead of meeting the jeweler. Would you like to be an editor and sneak down an alley T VIII. Oh, what nu awful sight!...

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 December 1881

emt-Veeklii JWefin mtfttal. VOLUMK X.-NUAIHKH 15. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1881. WHOLE NUMBER 513. V .(iui-Si!l((lilnilnltrior)loiini;iI If. P. WALTON, . CditeranJPropmtor. T. R. WALTON, .... Uimneit ttanojtr. suiisckiition, 5i.50 1'bk annum, Invariaiilv in Advanck. Tlio Stanford I.vTi.mou Journal has npparcd as a aetnl-wrckly. Sue rcas to Ita cHorti, Illchmond Her nU. Tlis .vTF.iiiou Journal, at Sun ford, made Hi debut as a cnibwctkly ycaterday, and it If pleasure to say that In tho new departure It livci up to oil the old qualifications Courier Journal. Tho Stanford Intf-hioii Journal will bo issued twice n week in future Tho Journal hm alwaya len a good local newspaper, and the faithful work done by tho editor ii having ita ro ward in tho Increased appreciation of iti readen, who now feci that golling tho ncwi only onco n week ii too slow lor tlits rapid agr. tan. Com. We arc glad to see the evidence ol prosperity which our good friend Wal ton, nt Stanford, dis plays ...

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 December 1881

fini-(iic!lKfiliinl(rioroiirn;I Tuesday Morning, December 27, 1881 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tiikiit. are four distinct, competing and conflicting Democratic organita tioni in New York, each claiming to be the orthodox Democracy, There ii Tammany Hall, Irving Hall, the revolt ngainit Tammany and the County Democracy, each going ahead on ita own hook, regardless oi the other. The New York Sun taya that "this disturbance ii strengthening the llepublicans, while the aggregate of the Democracy either rcmaini ata tionary or gradually diminishes; and ii nothing ii done to produce a radi cal change, it will not be long before the Republicans get the upper hand here, and convert this city into a Re publican stronghold." Will Demo craU never learn sense? A ironniELE story comes from Ash' and, Ky. Two tramps went to n house in which were two young la dies and a loy, and aiter satiating their hellish lusts with the bodies of the girls, murdered them and the boy, and tet the house on fire. It was di...

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 December 1881

3 . S(int-S(!lttlilii3fnlfrior5oiinial Taenia? Morning, December 27, 1881 LIN. TIMC CARD ('.assngtr Train t.ltulatllit ..-... .lt ilr. at. nuwatsr TraU U I'JrbmM a Mt'tstsn tMrM LOCAL NOTICES. Ntw anil full dock of Clocaa at Tennr A McAlliltrV Home hlraoMcounlrj ham for Chrlit mint A. Outlet's-. IIimiltoi Hrrii, run alwata on haml at A OwalrtV Hid atock of Champion Ilarktil Wire on haml at Aaht r O.tltt'a. 1'oK nitXclml iiurwi bur a Imttle of lu.jtiroi.i uiiiiar iroui mciioikiu rt Hlagf, llixusouc Toilet fltta, Vases. Writing Det aa ami holiilar rTestnta of all klmla at Vtnnj A McAlliterV HottliAT VntMtsm, walchca, jewelry ami tllrerwir In great varletr. ami elieii er than em at I'rnnjr A McAlfiter't. Oolo iVnnf A McAlltler't for jour laol May glfla. Hinta Claua baa eitabliirml lil heail iUrlrr there, with retenta uss ful ami heaiili'ul Aa Trustee of A (I. I'emlleton, I will en Nilimliy, IVe 30, 1641, aril More Ida Court-houae door In rlanfinl, In the highest bhltler, all the tinrll...

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 December 1881

J xmt-$IttM .jfnltrior3oiirn.il Tuesday Mornlcg, December 27, 1881 AMOTHCt RQA1C. CIIAITEtt I. Our heroine rat bcforo n bright fire In tho luxurious double parlor or her father'! palatial resilience on Duroes nil Street, In Limerick, nllli her graceful head half buried In her slen der, blue veined hand; licr pretty feet resting easily upon tho tender; her willowy form swaying to and fro, keeping graceful tinio to the loir, toll, sweet music of a tender ballad she was crooning; with her wealth of gol den tresses flashing in the warm, mel low rays of the lire light; her lips of cherry parted In a half unconscicu a tmilo and her great eyes of liquid brown reflecting the purity of her maiden soul. Mario Mignonette Mul doon' presented n picture that would liavo fired the artist heart of Ihphncl, or awakened toscase of envy tho soul of Mrs. Langtry. "Sh Hits not Iht nt at tho nlf htl njaU Though ncr or tipcctet uiimIi tilt " CIHITEU 11. Tho flro flickered and spluttered, and directly a bl...

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 December 1881

J& Setm - HeeWi Intefiof loufnaL - VOMIMK X.-NUiMUKRfilO. fniKflltfliln Jfnltrior Journal W P. WALTON, T. H. WALTON, tilitor and Prnpntton. - - Butinttt Manager. Suiiscuiition, 2.50 I'r.u Annum, , l.SVAKMIU.. IN ADVANCK. Tht Prttiiltntial Suttntion. Senator lice li'ii ecli on liii rcso lulioti fur nn Inquiry intu the condi (ton o( tlio law rrgulating llio prcsi. dential succession rorcnli oven mora plainly than lost iiiromcr'i discussion did, the delects of (lie law on the sub jrc'tltnil (lit risks we Incur by leaving it In fls present uncertainly. In case of tlio death, removal or disability of tlio president, tlio vice-president suc ceeds to tlio office, and continue pres iilcnt to the end of the t nn; after the vicc-prctidciit, the succession ii, first, to the prcsi lent of the lenate, auditor tho unfortunate wonmi and her next to tho speaker of tho house. All two sons. They were taken into what this is plain enough, but it Is not enough; many uncertainties remain. Suppose 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. — 30 December 1881

j5rmi-S(!l(fhln3fnltrior3Iourral Friday Morning, December 30, 1881 WPWIT0H. . - EDITOR The eventful year ot 1881 is about to yield up the ghost. It his Indeed been rich in incidents. The head oi the Russian Government was taken oil by a bomb plsccil by the Nihilists as he was enjoying a Sunday after noon ride. Four persons wero exe cuted icr the crime, and scores were exiled to a bsrrcn country, to sutler a life none than death, but none too severe for the horrible plot. In our own free country we havo seen its President ruthlessly shot down, to linger in horrible suffering for two and a half months, and then to die, while his milerab!eks1syer still lives to ad vertise himself in ono of the most farsicnl court ever held in any coun try. Droughts have Impoverished the country, fire and storms have de vastated sections, and accidents, at tended 'by fearful loss ot life, have occurred almost everywhere. The heavens, too, have vied with the earth in making the year the more remarka ble....

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 December 1881

Ik $nni-tf$ltthln 3nltrior3fournaI F May Morning, December 30, 1SS1 L.tm. TIXCCMD. roncv Tii!aUUlillu . ... ...linr. m, ''arnpr Trri UHlshirTd Mr'atlo.. IMP w. LOCAL NOTICES. Nrw an.l full atock of Clock it Penny A MeAllaler'a. Hamilton Hmi. l'i.ow aliraji on liml t A.Owslty'a. lliu HtotK of Champion Ilirb Wire on li ml tt A. OtTilt ft. AaTruitfi of A.M. l'tnlltton, I will, tin Hattmlay, I)e. 30, IMI, sell btfor lli Cuurl-hoiiM ilnor In HUnforJ, to llie high ial LtilJer, all Id iwcoIImIkI noltiaml tccounti In my ISinJi Morning lo tilil rendition. I. II. Kilmlilon, Trtiilr. PERSONAL Df.O. II. Mellolwrti, of UUrty, It with lit partnia htr. Mr. J. It. ItAtK anj family rclarnnl lo Stanford ytttt rJty. Mm JkxnicKkott, of Lulanon, l tlilllng t lli Culltgf. JuKirlt. J. IlRrcKiitRiMiofSprlng. flM, wai here thli wk. Mm. Dr. Drte, of Huslor.Ylllr, tt ?Mlli( Mr. Jimi I'. Iltlfcy. Mim JrtNiK IIroaiidcii, of MiJIon, It tlilting htr unci, Mr. H. 1'. Hirrow, Col. Tiiim. II. Wattuuok It In town min...

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 December 1881

4 tnerJoiinwif JytiiMtl STANFORD, ICY Friday Morning, DecemW 30, 1881 Brws'Thii"rff. refer n dozen el :tis walling nt (lientitlon ntr 8lrasljur. W, for tho noon train. Kxtty one 1ml cut Ills dinner ihort to catch tlio Irnln.liut tho hour arrived five ten twenty minuK niQoiljiil tlineTcrjr Kcxly wondereilSihat had happened. The ticket agent wai alto the telegraph operator. Ho was a youne fellow of al)uf SO, ill-iralned and uierciUoui, but impalirnce overcame tho four of . n f i i tr.'r,.r 1 . '.i,.l iiunrnca a woman steppou to ins win dow and aiked: t "It the train lafe? "UmlhiTBrowlcd Itr reply. 'How late Is It?" .mtlkXhMScr.d iberejunied lietjKa'iTcjLiMW more slipped away, and a very solemn looking man, carrying a vorjr . solera tii looking carpet bag, advanced from his corner "Tram islate. istTl U? "Yea." ,.!., ,.,,, ... "HowlatoiiitT" OJi&f SiSV4U IrSr; a J O No answer. .He hung around for a minute long er,n4, then solemnly inarcfied back to hHat,:and gave some, ouo elae a ch...

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. — 3 January 1882

nitth VOLUMti X.-NUMBtilUll. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 5. jlmn - WuWm liJMtOtSLl V v I $fini-!lffhlji3nltrioroiirn!iI IV. P. WALTON, . . - dHor and Proprietor. T. P.. WALTON, .... Buiinttt Manager. Suiisciuitio.v, S2.50 1'itu Annum, Invakiaiilv in Advanch. New Year Retolutiont. In theory, tho first day of tho now year is a mount of viiion whence tlio traveler on life's journey, looking backward uvcr tho woy that ho hiti passed and, seeing tho plncc whero lie stumbled, or went astray, ii enabled l go forward, freshly fortified against I ho pitfalls nnd temptation, of tho future. In practice, tho " mount of vision ' nipcct of tho tiny ii confined almost exclusively to tho btiaineu community. Tlio way tlint is scanned is found in tlio ledger nnd tho hnlnnco ahcot; and tho places of stumbling and going astray nro the charges to profit nnd loss when bad debts were made, or confidence was mispUccd. Tliero is n good deal, o doubt, of sentimental self-examin...

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. — 3 January 1882

5nnr-lttIiln3ntci'ioroiinraI STANFORD, ICY. TaesdAy Morning, January 3, 1882 W P. WALTON, EDITOR - . , , Tun sensation of tlio hour in Wnrungtoti, h nn outbreak between Congressman .Too Illnckburn nixl tlio infamoUs Gctt'l iJurbridge, ao thor oughly detested by every honorable irinn in Kentucky. It nppcars that Dr. W. T. Owsley, now of Shelby villc, this State, but formerly of this county,- whore two of his brothers now lire, was nt tlio Capitol nosing around for a government oflico and that ho went to Burbridgo to get his endorsement, which was given. Think ing to aid him more, Burbridgo sug gested'that ho get his Congressman, Blackburn, to go along with him and mako a personal application for the ofiico ho wanted, adding, "I don't speak to Blackburn myself, but ho is a gentleman and will -do what is right." Owsley took tho advice and proceeded at onco to Blackburn and stated his mission, closing by saying that Burbridgo had sent him. That was enough for Joe, and ho plainly told hi...

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. — 3 January 1882

o o I ; . I 5tnu-Sc!hthljinlfrioroiinmI : a nxpotiid, icy Tuesday Mnrnlng, January 3, 18S2 .LAV. TIME CARD. INi.fnucr Trln lolulitlll . .. .lJjr. m. i vflr Trln lo nirlnn'il Uf'uton. Ml r. St. iOWt NOTICES. "s KneMt CAiiof 1,1 me ami Ccmtnt at A. Owsley' Nrw iml full stock of Clocks at IVnnr .V MeA Hater's. IIamiltom Hthm, Plow, always on luml t A. Owsley'. Hid Htoak of Champion Ilirli Wire on lund it A. Owsley's. PERSONAL Mm. Joiim J. MoHonritTK, who has Ixcn riilf III, l recovering. Mn. Fiunk WAlrojf, of Centre Col. Iri;e, waa hern a few dayi ro. lUvm IlirFr, of the Went Km!, It lying III with the typhoid few. Mb. Htiuil It Kill hit returned lo the Medical College at 1'hllidelphli. AM. the visiting cjlrl hare returned to thetr home, and the hoy are iad, Mn. T. M. Joilruox, Hit., of Lancaster, hat diotkI with hit family to Stanford. Mis Jr.NNlis HucHANAK, of Crab Orchard, waa a guest of Mlsi Kllia llarrlt. Mis ItrLi.r I.ivinostok, of Kansas, It hack on a visit to her frlendt In Ken...

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. — 3 January 1882

y SunbSHlttlilnnlttiorSournal m a?A.3N"E1oiax), kit. iMlay IrioraW January 3, 18821 3ram cot -, tittered nli ntrnr . a:r. retuli , NEW YEWS CALL "I should like so much to spend No Year's day In, tho city," n?d Myflfc Polfett. Grandma Follett looked wisely over tho edgo of her silvcr-bowcd spectacles. "Good land! what for?" said she. "New Ycar'syDny is Now, Year's Day ju9?Jh sarao'on Cedar Mountain ns it U jnf ije(rl York, ain't it? Sunrise, midday7 and'sunset. " !flio Lord liuint mado no diflcrenco in ono placo or t'other, as I 'know of." "Oh, but, grandma, my cousins rc ceivo company on Now Year's Day, said Myrtle. "They light tho gas, jwdldeeowrtMhe house with flowers, aaictitabfowithf coflee, and oys tF7Jv4f03ledfcakoJaud lobster salad, and all sorts of nico things, and tho girls aro dressed their best, and' "WH, said Grandma Follett, IwTtaWtTpnjvent you from dressing Hi-- at m f - f- ,- . t up in your peach-colored merino, anu having coffee and cold' chicken? For Bruco Garland a...

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