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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 May 1884

5tmr8BtcWijntmoronrnaI Stanford, Ky., Mall going North. " Hon Hi Kxpretstratn" Houlh ' " Norh U r. u. ...t J r. m. . J C a. y. ,. 2 S A. n. Tlio loT() ti calculated nn standard tine, time Is. t bout 110 mliuitou faster NiUr LOCAL NOTICES. Hoi I'AiNTHof lennr A McAlliter. LANmmiB garden weila at McKobertu A Stags, '. Mu M O Maihis, of Mitrhelburff, m actiiii; ili pot aj;iit here liile Mr J. A. Car tnler tee to Shi-Hij ville to help eeml th rxne lieriilMitiHrr rolibrr Nickol', to the LOCAL MATTERS Nnw caniliei" at T. 1!. Wallon'n. Ol.v paper 10 wiiIh jht huiulrel at thi oflice. TltK K C. timenijer Irnln leave at O.'.O A, it. ami tuturna at S;o5 v. M. Kvriiv laily at oulil haTe one ur more of the pretty Flower Pot" for aale lf T. K Walton. It nernr raitia but what it Kdra anil waa no exception to the rule. Tn: lailira ofilu Chri-Uan church will arve I era ntiil mwherrlee night June lh lr there hate luen any eprirg chickena nn t l.l market jet, we Lavri'l etn them. late in the .fa roil ...

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 May 1884

sj Stanford. Ky., May 20. 1884 A Warning. A novel cae his been dec'd el by a Chicago court. A maiden ltdy who ha I paueJ beyoml the period when she coald afford to let an erring and fickle lover depart In peace, brought auit for breach ot" When the young man who had won and trifled with her affections waa called to the b.r and required to pletd in bin own behalf, he said: "May it ideate your Honor, I admit I was engaged to thi lady. I loved her, I intended marrying her. Bui no one U more discerning than your Honor, and you doubtleaa know how necewary it is for the affection which marka the honeymoon to continue. Without it matrimony ia Juat one month before the day appointed for the ceremony, I called on the lady unexpectedly to have a hurried talk to her in regard to aome preliminary arrangement. She appeared, may it please your Honor, in a Mother Hubbtrd dreae! To say I waa disenchanted at a aingle glance ia to draw it mildly. Instead of the love I hid cherished, I wag at once fil...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 May 1884

u , IV. Semi -H j$c chin $nle riorjounml peraiiTe reavers, the article may be placid in the li't of those free from duty " "The nuximum reeenur duty should be imposed on luxuries '' ' All Uiiuimumf and all specific dutiei annul! tiabtfliohed, ad valorem in their place, care beinu taken to guard agatLitt fraudulent inToieee and and to aM:e the duly on the actual market value." "Pattea ahould be o imposed a to operate an equally a pOMtble throughout the Union, diwiimlnatine. neithor for nor againtany clam or section " Mr J. 8. Imogen", the new President of the Ii & N 1 1 president of the Higera Work, at I'aterMD. N. J., which he founded He l a gentleman about 55 yeara of ge, but baa nerer bwn connected in an active rapacity with any railroad ex cept the Louiaville and Xaahviilf j to the directory of which hf waa elected in Oc toher 1882. He t an energetic, active huBiii'M man and hia election to the Presidency of the road no doubt proveutla factory. Ala meeting ol the Board thia w...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., May 23, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Tjik Covington Cvmmomceailh thinks Gov. JlcCreary ought not to be elected to because he ban announced himself .jrainrt Federal aid to school. If that is to be the test it wi)l be hard to find & Conpreviuan in this district. Judge Durham also argues against the measure ado convincingly that even the Common' mcalih would be satirfied of its doubtful rotitutiona!itT as well as its decided tendency to a still greater centializition of power at Washington. "We have not heird, but suppose that Mr. Phil Thotnpoii, who is also aaid to be a candidate, i opposed to Federal aid. The tcheme seems to be contrived more to dispose of the surplus in the Ireasurr and present an excuse for a continuation of war taxation in time of peace, than for the real good of the country. Uk.no e number of New York business mta met this week and resolved on the justice and.wisdotu of nominating rlkor for The Presidency. Many epeeches .-were nisde; 'including a red-hot...

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 May 1884

icnu'S9tthlijnlcrioroumnI Stanford, Ky., Hay 23, 1884 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill Uln going North-... Bout It Kinre strain" Hotith ., Nolo ,...12 40 r. M. 1 V. I", u. I 09 X. M. ... IK i.M. The aliore Is tiitculatwl on standard time, Solar Utile U.ibout 30 minutes fmler LOCAL NOTICES. fin PAtNTd nf IVnnv A Mr.AHnter. V f i un!iii riU kt NfcKoberla A Hmgi', LxNr.RKTita Quilvu Sccilo ti Penny A McAliattr'a. Jos. rfAAJIoj; Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlialcr bo'.o aueMa. (Jue. your apcouui with Penny A Mo Allattr l-y caah or note Houa water with mire fruit fiavora at McKobtrta A BukkV Bkak.) new Mock of erorj tlilnt; in the jewelry Jlneat Penny A McAlleter'a. IiuhH), cattle, elieeii anil ultry for Hale by McKoberla A Htagjj. Nkw akadea of ready mixed paint for apring trJe at McKobcrta A ritigg'. Watches, Cloclc and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlIater. Koii Ha. J, a new upright.J. & 0. Fiachrr piano. Apply at Inteuior JoI'a.nai. of. fice' New bdu full Mock of Pulling Tack...

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 May 1884

f - Stanford, Ky., May 23, 1884 not too much absorbed in tbe running to attend to his own business. The irreverence running through the average race re-parts ought to be condemned as much as anvtMru that i in them. There is an excellent hon whose name ia Hickory James, yet in the reports he constantly appears as Hickory Jim. This must be highly mortifying to hi owners, not to mention the feelings of tbe hoss Then we have Billy Qilmore instead of William Oilmore, and Bob Pate instead of Robert Pate. No wonder so many young men lose all their salaries on certain bosses. Any hoss whose name ia James or William is liable to stop in the midst of a closely contested race when the thought comes over him that somebody may right then be calling him Jim or Bill. Numerous other faults that appear in race report might be mentioned in addition to what are denounced above, but some spice must be left in this paper for telegraphic tuvter and poetrv. Undoubtedly there should he reform in reporting,...

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 May 1884

W 9emt lufefnif drr control nf the C. O. Salt G. We were pleased to tee young Mr. Kddio Walton upon our etreels Monday acting in the capacity of your agent. We wuh him succes. Miss Mollie Johnson and Snsck Lee came up Irom Danville Saturday to spend the evening with the young ladies visiting at Judge Owsleys. Miss Kate Brown, of Lsudon, Ky., has accepted a portion us clerk in the Internal Revenue Collector' office at this place. Cd Land ram has now two young ladies on hi stan". The North-eastern part of our nuburl u composed almost entirely of nejro cabins which has been designated "Logan Town." This has always been the render- oms of negroes and loose characters whose nhmes are very familiar to tbe police authorities, and every week a large number at e tried for disorderly conduct Last Saturday nit-lit a few drunken negroes got into a fuss on "Battle Row," and daring the disturbance some one in the crowd fired four or five shots with a pistol, two shots of which took i rlrct in Sam...

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 May 1884

pi Stanford, Xy - May 27, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. Joaquin Milleu nht Grunt up about right in a recent letter. H is not of thoce who ire blubbering over with ueelew jrn pithy for him. With all his glorious op portunittea and the wealth livisheil upon him, what has this pet of (be world given in return? 2ot a single sentence woith repenting, not a single act worthy of emulation, or of remembrance is credited to him in twenty yeru of indolence and luxury. "Never on earth had man such an advantage, or for half uch a period of time He chose to waste it entirely, and finally Bold hia great nime for money which has lipped through his indolent and incapable hands. M sympathy is entirely with those who have been betrayed and defrauded by the use of the great name and honor which the noble American people so ceaeroutlr gave him. As to whether or not he knew of what was going on, that is not important to the verdict which time nast ultimately cast against him. If he did sot know he should have kno...

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 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., LOCAL NOTICES. May 27, 1884 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall trlo going North.. " " " Bouth Emm strain" Kouth " " Norh ... Htr.u, . I M r. m, , . .. 1 C0 A.M. ........ ! te a.m. The al ore It calculated on itn Jard time, time li .tbotit 10 niluulct faster from Lotiiprillr Saturday. M ani Mkh. J. S. Ilt'niijw none to Hockcantle fprinR". LOCAL MATTERS. Niw candies at T P.. Walton''. riolir But Paints of Pennr A McAHatcr. Lan'KETH!4 arnlen feeds at McKoberU A Hum'. Lanlkktiis Cordon Feeda at iVnoy A McAllatfrV Jot. rlAAB Hojr Cholera Cure. Penny A McA'iMer aole agent. Ci.oki. your account with Penny & Mo Aliater ly cruh or note, HonA water with pure fruit fiaTora at Mcltoberta it Stage''" Khan.) new tlock of every thine in the jewelry 'Incut Penny A McAHtter'. Hoh!) catlie, ehcep ami poultry ik. der for sale hy McKobtrti A StiRg. Nr.K mKii!im of ready mixed paint for spring trale at McKobcrtaA btagjt'. Watch n, Clocke. and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlIste...

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 May 1884

! N - Stftiiford. Ky May 27, 1884 Unprotected Girls. Another serious defect ha been in our tariff. Tlie American girl 1 not protected in tlie matrimonial umket from the quite paasaWo hut cheapl pro duced foreign gill, and a numbir of American industritJ languish with her. A few days ago a resident of Winchester county, finding himself in need of a wife, deliberately went down to Castle Garden, to look for an acceptable mate. It did not happen to he a good day for girla, but his ticeesa has since been reported. It wsb to be expected, for mwy maidens who are comely and good enter the United Btate through Castle Garden, and aiereion to matrimony is not among their peculiarities. Why did the suitor turn his back on his own country, where girls of every variety are as numerous aa politician? We do not know, but the special advantages of the Ciatle Garden plan are quite evident A proposal to a young woman "caught on the fly," arriving one day and intoctlinif on the next to take a train to...

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 May 1884

V 1- s k A tm " 9 VOLUME XIII. E tttt W ttfefia mtfnL m BILL ZADICKTO TOMMY FIDDLESTICK, (both gentlomen of color.) Tommy "I say, Hill, where is you goin'?" Bill "I ia goiug' right dar to Mr. D. Klass' 6tore.;' Tommy ''Bill, wa what'a do mntter dar, I Eeea so many folks iu d store?" Bill "Why, they say it is mass meotin to-day." Tommy "A what, did you eay?" Bill "Can't you understand plain English? a meeting of masa " Tommy "Well, I eeo. What ia it all about, Bill ?" Bill "Well, thoy say Mr. Klasa ia a Belling hia goods so cheap now that, STANFORD, KY.f EKIDAY, MAY 30, 1884. A GREAT MASS MEETING OF IMS AND TR -OF- NEW SERIES-NUMBER 255. GENTLEMEN LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES, m HEREWITH -ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OF- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES NOTIONS, AC, AC.,- CfJkiiikEii AT fc H v Ei f I TO .AjSlSIEIMIBIjEi THE STOKE OIF1 KLASS ' Opposite i lie Myers Home, STANFORD, KY. The objecct of this called meeting U to argue, take into consideration and pass your vote in favor ...

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 May 1884

, '- Staafcrd, Ky- May 30, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Sickt Jondi i the uneuphonlouB name of a maiden of doubtful ace in New York, but a be has gained more widespread in the last ten daja than any of her wex in America, simply becaune she has been able to keep a secret and hold her teogue, a feat hitherto supposed to be impossible with persona of the feminine gender. 8he was for many years the trnaled of two old people who not only respected her, but confided in her as they did in no one else, and when these two eld people died, remained aa loyal to their raemorr . she Jiad heen faithful to them in life. These old people left a will and for the purpose of breaking it they -rant Becky to tell some thing that would probably have that effect. But Btcky root and that's an end on it. She has now been in jail for oter a week, charged with contempt of court in failing to answerques tiosa propounded to her. many people hare found their naaandleg in their way when in the tneapany of ladies, and seem...

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 May 1884

. t Stanford, Ky., May 30, 1884 & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .Mill train going North -. " Koulh.. EatreMraln" South " " Norh.... I 12 49 r. II. ..1 f6 r. -. 1 ov -. u. 2 tt i.M. 'I he kIiotb U calculated on stsndard tltnt. time la .iboutVO minutes faster Boltr LOCAL NOTICES. livi Paints of Penny A McAHnter. I.ANjmimi" KRrtUniwdft at Mcltotert Lanmietiis Garden 8ed at 'Vnuy A MrAliatrr' Jon. rlAAH Hor Cholera Cure. Penny A .McA'iRtcr olc icnt. ClohI jour account with Penny A r ly cruh or note. Soda water with jiure fruit fiavois at Mrltiibrrt AKihk' I!ban.) new atock of erery thinu, in the jewelry line at Penny A McAliiler'a. HohHt, tatl'e, aheep and ixiultry pow-der for le 'y McHoOtrta A StagR, NKwakidea of ready mixed paint for RprinK traJeat Mclloberla A BlagV. Watch eh, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAHater. I'oit Sa :, a new uprilit,J. A C. Fircher p'uio Apply at I.STMUOIlJot.'ANAL New atui full Mock of Firhlni Tackle of erery variety jtiat receirtd at McHob...

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 May 1884

1 ft li Stanford, Ky., May 30, 18S4 The Southern Exposition of 1884 Will open August 10, 1884, mid close October 25, 1884, making sixty one days. Fourth 8treet is the great retail street of Louisville, and in the most iopuUr and fashionable promenade. At the Southern end of the customary promenade, and in the midst of the most fashionable residence part of the citr, lies Central Park a of eighteen acre?, uncqualetl bjr any prk in the world for the size and uiigniOccnce of its forest tree?. Central Park lies between Fourth and Sixth itreets and is directly ieiche.1 by several lioree car lines. This park constitutes the Northern inclosuro of the Exposition grounds, and the notthtrn front of the main building Is on Its southern line. On the "West side of the grounds the Louisrille &. Nashville Railroad has a railway station at which passenger from any part of tbe . United States may te landed within two hundred feet of one of the in- trances. The hotel accommodations ot this city a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 3 June 1884

gg emi 'Weekt Snfefio jmtf 4lw4k VOLUME XIII. STANFOKD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 3, 1884. A GREAT- NEW SERIES-NUMBERS. MASS MEETIR6 OF LID1ES AND 6ENTLHEH OF- LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES -ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OP- 9 DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES - IS s ' NOTIONS, &C &C., PUL!?i 1 i Mill Oppoiiio iLo Myers Houee, STANFORD, KY. Tho objecct of this callod meeting is to argue, take into consideration and pass your vote in favor nf D. KLASS' following Notions for this general meeting: 1st. Wukkimb, I have bought a large stock of Spring Goods, but hpvo not sold them out a9 quickly as I am generally doing, because the Spring forgot to make its appearance this year, 2d. Whereas, It m my custom never to cirry stock over from season to season, and that in order to sell this large stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c, &c, in a short time foro bo it and I I must make some sacrifice in price, Haolvcd, And I have rwolved that from this day on, or until further no...

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 June 1884

.'1 Stanford, Ky., - June 3, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Nearly all the leaihug republicans are in Chicago this week to take a band in run nine t man for the democrats to beat in .November. The race seems to be narrow. ed down to Blaine and Arthur, with the chances somewhat in faror of the latter, who haa worked the patronage of his office for all that it was worth. The fellows to -whom he has given pp are lusty in their advocacy of his claims, knowing that upon his Buccea alone depends their salvation from going to work and uiakirg an honest living. lie wins first blood in the decisiou of the national committee in favor of the Mahnne delegation from Virginia, all of ,whotii are for him, though its decision li not final. A committee on credentials fr voruble to Blaine might reverse the a at ler and recognizs only the re-publican delegation. A strong partisan feeling is weging in Chicago and well in formed parties assert that it is bo bitter that unlera one of them is nominated on the first 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. — 3 June 1884

Stanford, Ky., Juno 3, 1884 l. if. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall trln golnj North- 12 4 r. u. " " " Houth ...1 M r. vi. Eanienlraln" Houth . 1 09 A. M. " ' Norli , .. 2 JO A. M. Tlie l3te li calculated on standard tlror. Coltt time if.ibout 20 mluutM fuUr LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of Penny A McAHsttr. garden seeds at McUoherts A '. LANkKtmis Garden Seeds at Venny A McAllMtrV Jos. iIaah Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlitter role agent. Clou your account with Penny A ly rath or note. Soka water with piuo fruit flavors at Mcltoberts A Slagg's. Bkan.) new atock of every thing in Hit jewelry line at Penny A McAllattr't, Hohxt, cattle, theep and poultry. pow der for tale hy McKobtrlt A Btagg. Nrwakidee of ready mixed palnta for spring traie at McHoberta A Bttgg't. Watch ca, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlitter. Kon 8a. k, a new upright.J. A C. Pitcher piano. Apply at Interior Jopanal of fice Nkw anu full nock of Fithine Tackle of every variety just received at Mclloberlt A...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 3 June 1884

N Stanford Ky., Juno 3, 1884 DANrlLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Mr. J. V. Yerk, "pedal judge, on Moodif tuormoB decided the forcible de tilnor cvw of Robert Wood vs. J S. Moore In fivor of the defendant. Jno. P. Warren aold on Friday to J. C, Johnson 15 2 J ear-old heifere at o cento Bime dealer sold to "Pappy" Gray 10 caWei at $28.25 each. A young calored woman named Floyd cime to town and enterml it complaint for criminal ault ugalrut Jauua Pel inn n The Ce i set for trial to day. - Mi Sallie Danford, one of the graduate! of Caldwell College, thia year, entertained her aister graduate, those of Bell Seminary and a few other friends, Friday night from 8 to 11 o'clock. A'Tea"giTen by the ladies of the Sicond Prwbyterian church at the residence of Mr. and Mr. J. J. Craig Friday evening waj well attended. Tne proceeds nmounted to $13 and ate for the beneBt of the church. Mr. ElCorrigin, of Kinw City, the owner of Freeland and Modeaiy, was here 8unJay looking at a fine filly In charge of Maailton...

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. — 6 June 1884

Semi - Mi imlefiif lonftml VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 256. W. P. WALTON. rubHnhrtl TitCHdavii ami .()( XJEIt ANNUBl When pall itrtetlr In advanc. If w hat to wait tor lira, S2.no will b charted. To the Editor of the IxTKitoa Journal, HTAMroiiD, Jnne For the bineflt of a number of people in Lincoln and counties, we ask you lo publish the following statement, because there are some sharks who are claiming that they an succeed a agents and attorneys, In s tabliahlDR the rluht of certain parties in Lincoln to a share and iliitributlon in the Carpenter estate, and also of certain parti in Garrard to a like distribution in the Jennings eslata. We hare been for a Ionic time in correspondence with Mr. Jatnr Uiher, of New York city, touching thee ettate. and he baa sent ui bin pamphlet which In rer instructive and In which he kItm the pedigree of the very extensive Carpenter family. Mr. IMier hi been em. ployed by certain heirs of the Carpenters to 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. — 6 June 1884

Stanford, Ky., June 0, 1884 W. P. WALTON. JL XXIQIITH LEAP AT ALTEXAKM. BT BKT. IIENItr KINQiLZY. 'Tb fotman hath fired the gat, men of minis And Uio nater U tpent and done, Ho bring me the cup of tho red Aarwine I ahall ueier drink but Uila on. u I'm Mood rajr time, I'tb fought my fight, Vrt drunk lay ihare of wlno ; From Trier to Kolln wat ne er knight Lired merrier life than mice. " Thooe Joy bare fled, to return so mere, Tet, If I mutt die on a tree, The old that bore me of jen Im the propereit timber for ma. And now to fhow burgher, and Miheps and rrleil How the Altenahr hawk candle; If Uh7 amoke the old falconer out of fcia ur. He must take to hia wingi and fly. HSo aaddle me up my old war-hone. And lead him round to the door; Ilorouit take to-night auch a leap jerfrrce AaneTer man took before." They Mdd'ed him up In warlike thine: Tbe knight itood in the door, And he took i uch a pull at the red AirWt.o Aa cercrmiu took before. Ue led the horte up the atepa high and wide, And...

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