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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 June 1884

I Semi -H VOLUME XIII. MASS IS; ttU NB ?S? m f!0 HEKEWIfH OF- STANFORD, KY., FEIDAY, JUNE 0, 1884. MEETING 'A GREAT- OF LADIES AND ai NEW SERIES-NUMBER 256. V' y r1 A) Nf I ! "J it ?V GENTLEMEN LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES, -ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OF- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES -NOTIONS, AC, I TO ASSEMBLE AT THE STORE OIF1 KL ASS Oppcsilo iho Mjers House, STANFORD, KY. The objeect of this called meeting is to argue, tako into consideration and pass your vote in favor nf D. KLASS' following Notions for this general meeting: lit. Wiikhkah, I hare bought a large stock of Spring Goods, but hpvo not aold them out as quickly as I am generally doing, becau90 the Spring forgot to make its appearance this year, aud 2d. Wmkueah, It i my custom never to cirry stock over from season to season, and that in order to cell this largo stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c , &c, in a short time I must make some sacrifice in prices foro bo it ' liuolvfd, And I have r&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. — 6 June 1884

i Stanford, Ky., Tho - Jnno 0, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. NOT YET. Convontion Still Gabling, but will Ballot To-day. Tho Held Against Blaine Seems to be the Situation. ArUiur'h CliunouH isllm. NO BALLOT VV TO MIDNIOHT. The great republican pow-wow at Chi- caco, to which all (he big Injuns of the iiarty have hi'd, progresses with a lowns that in very trying on tho.'o anxious to know the result. At 12:30 Tuefday the body was called to order by the chairman of the national committee, who announced that Powell Claylon, of Arkansas, had been by the committee for temporary chairman. Thin rainad a row and a rum pun and contrary to precedent the auRKe.it ion of the committee was aet aside and af ter a long debate Jits. It. Lyncb, a colored brother of MiwiMippi beat tlie "ArkarTBas with the unsavory record, rery tfiVctiyely and took the seat of temporary chairman. He was too feasible to appreciate the empty honor, given for eflect on hia race, and snubbed the convention by mjipk he was not thankful...

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. — 6 June 1884

V iStmrSittcchliilnltriorJoarnal t A 4 N t Stanford, Ky., 'JuneG, 1884 I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train North- - 13 44 r. m. " " Houtb . IMP. m. EirroulMln" Houth IOUa.m. " " Nurii 2 IH a. u. Tlio above li calculated on itandanl time, rtolar time It about 20 minutes fatter LOCAL NOTICES. llui 1'aints of l'ennr h McAlUter. garden ed at MoKoberla A BUM', LANititETim Garden Feeds at IVnny A McAlisl.'rV Jo. tfAAS IIor Cholera Cure. Penny & McAlialer sole agents. Ci.osx your account with Penny A Mc; Alister ly cash or note. 8otA water with pure fruit flavor at Mcltobertf ASUmV , BiiAK.Aflw stock of ef ery thlnir in' the jewelry line n't Penny A McAlisturV.. HuHh, cattle, sheep and oultry powder for sale by Mcllobtrt A NKwskadrs of ready inlied paints for spring trade at McKoberta A8taKR. Watch m, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McA lifter. Ton Sa. K, a new upriht,J. A C. Fischer piano. Apply at I.stkhiuk JorANAL office New anu full clock of Fndilne Tackle of ev...

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. — 6 June 1884

A IWMMtMMMMMiMMMINN Stanford, Ky., June B, .J. TIIOUHLESOME HOT. Dt bod BCKDnrrn. " I liopo nothing will linppon to that boy," Uio cross passenger remarked, anxiously, ns wo nero speeding northward from London. TUo boy in question was about 7 years old. Ho was entertaining the passengers by running up ud down the aMo, shouting like a Comancho Indian. Ho would run to tho roar door, kick tho panels, and shout "Hoi" Then ho would run to tli6 forward door, kick it, and say "ITayl" When this performance began to grow maddening with tho monotony, tho boy would lend it a variety by pausing to look into soino passenger's face, while at tho sanio timo ho would Btriko at him and shriek, "I'll kill you I" It was very interesting, and wo all loved the infant. Now and then tho mother would say, " Sammy, dear, yon mustn't strike the gentleman ; perhaps tho gentleman doesn't like it." And then the gentleman would lie like a Trojan, and say, "Oh, yes, ho didn't mind it ; ho liked little boys." And ...

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. — 6 June 1884

i Stanford, Ky., JnnoC, 1884 .1 QUliEIl SlOItV. Heme of the JVWU of Italltcay TravtHng i Orrnl iirilaliu Tho crimo ol Lofroy cruised tho ngitntlon In EiiRlund concerning tho system of traveling by railway. Mr. Labouchero took advantage of tho excitement to publish n rsmarlcublo Btory illustrating tho perils of that Bjbtcm. It in drawn from real life, and records tho ndventuren of Itov. Judo Gloom, a ehy young olcrgyinau, who had taken a glass moro than usual at Btippor, and of Mian Aviw, an equally iihy young lady, whom ho accosted on tho train. It in tho enrse of my men that, getting po littlo prnctfoo in conversing with womim, tlmy nevur know whero to fitop when, perndventure, they do get a chance of talking. It la by iihy men that tho rudest things aro habitually naid and done through Hheer Mr. Gloam had no idea that ho was transgrenning the proprieties. He thought he wn making hiuimtlf vory polite and agreeable. " I nay, Miss Aviw," Btuttered tho Ilev. Jiule, with a leer, " bupt...

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. — 6 June 1884

K. i i hlii $nf criorjoumal Stanford, Ky., June 6, 1884 GEO. 0. BARNESin ENGLAND. 'PIUI8E TIIJ3 JOOItlV Cake Tod Hues. A Co 2t Fekchchcii St. London, E. C. j Pear Interior: Pleaeie notice the change in our "permanent addre.'s," if permanence may be predicated of anything connected with Mich rofinit lives at our. Having no "continu ing city" here and deciring none, now that our eyes have caught glimpres of the shining streets of the "city of foundation;" yet we ladlv avail ourselves of the kind offer of Bros. Tod to take charge of our foreign anil, and hops ta have le annoyance in future in getting what little postal matter that comes for us from our dfar friends in AlanniMeh. Don't thick I have been sulking the past three weelfs. I hsve only been very bmy and my spare time has been so broken in to that correspondence has been largely out of the question, unleM I had made it a heavy burden and you know u against my religion. Whenever I write you may always be certain that I want to d...

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. — 10 June 1884

jfcmt 'VieeUii Jtitefio $nim il VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 10, 1884. NEW W. P. WALTON. 83. OO XEIl ANNUM When paid strictly Id advanc If w have lo wait tor llrufi. 83, BO will txi chanted. A Fkiiuht Car's Uai'auty "A freight cr docan't appear to be a bite 'biny but you hare no idea "hat it will hold" nn til jou come to crowd il oner," remarked a paaatnger an we jiaand a ''boarding cr" for track hand. "I'll (ill jou what I aaw once out in Nebraska. At a station called Button, on the uxteoiion of the liurllnnton road, the wbole town lor a month was one freight car. Ye air, juat one frelj;hi car run out on a couple ol old ralla lj the aide of the track. Itcontainid the freight office ticket-office and telegraph-oilier, waitine and real entateolEce, a grocerr with wei kwU attachment, a alock ol drjr gooda. and the agricultural implement man had hi atoca rcattercd all aruund and hi office in the cr The railroad nicenlV family Hrd in the car, too, and hla wife took in board...

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. — 10 June 1884

Ranitnnnt in ll.n Mnlif.Hn HUT. (lUiin ufimimii - ! i p' ' auiifonl Ky., Juno 10, 1884 W. P. WALTON. QLAtfJE AUD LOGAN. a tho Ticket Offered by tho Republicans. As inptoated Sn our UrI, the btlle of i he baJlotu began an foot) as the Conven-Hon iMcnible'l Friday nd on a mil of Sulci! the firat rcsulleJ: Maine a32j Arthur 278; Eluiunil, 93; Logan, C2J; Sher man, ao; Lincoln, -i; Ucn. nnernMn, -'; (I M!ry, 13, Xear7 lo a choice, 411. Keiittjcky voted Bairie 5Jj Arlhnr 17; Lo "n,2j, The Pfcond ballot read: UUine, 819; Arthur, 27C; Edmund?, 85; 01; John Sherman, IS; Haurley, 13; Lincoln, J; Gen. Sherman, 2; and the third, Maine, 375; Arthur, 271; Edmund, C9; Logui, 53; J, hn 8herm.in,25; Hawley, 13; Gen. Slier man. 2: Lincoln, b Here the Arthur men, nanitinB that Maine would certainly he nominated if an adJMirnment wag not effected, moved heaven andearth to that end, Uitlllinoic, on a diVpalch from Qen. Lo-.n, came to the rercur of Blaine apd the motion to adjourn was lout. Amid the wil...

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. — 10 June 1884

i i Stanford, Ky., Juno 10, 1884 t.&li. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall trsln going North ,. 12 r. m. pouin - ' . Exnr strain" Mouth LOCAL MATTERS. Can.s'I'.p good very low ton'. 1 TO A.M. Norli 'i id a.m. The ahotrc. li (uleululM on itandard time. Solar llinc 1 .tloul 20 minutes faster LOCALJWTICES. Itui 1'ainth of 1'ennT A McAHnler. Lani!KT1!h k1"'" reed at McltobcrU A KtuKt'. Lanmikths (Jartlcn Bceda Vfinny & McAliattr' SODA water with pure fruit flavor at McHoherta A SUkk'u I1kax. new Block of every thinic in the jewelry line at I'ennv A McAllater'a. HoRflh, cattle, ohcep and poiiltrj pow-der for tale hr Mcltob rln & NEWdKadea of ready inlied paint for uprliiK traJe at Mcltobcrta A Stags'. Watch eh, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warrtntod bjr Penny A McAHater. Nr.v una full mock of Flailing Tackle of every variety jnl received at Mclloberta A Btsia'V Tiik heal Hotla Wa'er in the clt at Penny V McAliaierV; made with pine rock candy oyrupand lUvored with ptiiMj fruit jtticrn. ...

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. — 10 June 1884

t9 b Stanford, Ky.. June 10, 1884 THE REPUBLICAN FLAT FORM. The republicans of the United State, in National Convention assembled, renew their nllgiance to the principles upon which Ihey Ime triumphed in fix successive elections and conKratulate the American people on the attainment of so many results in legislation and adtnintstra. tioa br which the republican party has, af. ter Having the Union, done so much to its institutions just, equal and the safeguard of liberty and the thought and highest purposes of our citizens. The republican party has sained ita strength by quick and faithful response 10 idoucuhuui w for the freedom and equality of all men; for uni'ted nation; assuring the rights of all men; for a united nation; assuring the rights of all citizens; for the elevation of labor; for an honest currency; for purity in legislation and for integrity and account, abllitr in all departments of the government and it accepts anew the duty ot lead-in in the work of progress ond ref...

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. — 13 June 1884

fc Semi - weeUn gm (tt&py .Ml mot loaf iwL VOLUME X1JLL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 258. chin $nteriorJournaI W. P. WALTON. i'ubllaheil Titetthiv diiif Frltlnv, ft'J.OO XVBIl ANNUM When paid Irlctljr In advance. K we lute to wait tiT time, 83.A0 will lie rharttrd . Qtn. Abe. Buford's Suicide. General Abraham Ilufonl, fatniliarly known over the South and Wwt as ' OM Abe Iluiord," enuod life full of and future jratonlay bj commitiing iclctde at Danville, Inl , whrrtlie wan pay inj; a vlail to hi iifphtw Oen Ituford came of a fainllv that I raced it orluiii to the French Ueaiiforla anil hli imiimllntr anccctora were wealthy land oiht in Yirxlnl and Kenttick, vhi bred thoi oURhhred horeea and implanted th love of racing in Kentucky. The JSIackburna and Hilforda were wealthy IlluesraM farmerr. but all cf them have- broken up except the Alexander. Abe Huford wm a Weft Pointer, graduating withOen Hancock and Orn. ilurll, and a "plebe" of Urn. Shrrman. In the...

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. — 13 June 1884

T Stanford, Ky., Juno 13, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Millions of ieople will read Mr. Til iitn'n positive declination to be a canditlMe I r (he PrMiden".v with feelings of the deepest regret. He h nddres'ed a letter the democratic State Committee of New Ymk, whirh after referring to his years aBOMje: "At the pre- t time the considerations which induced my action in 1SS0 have become imperative. I ought not to AMiime a tnal: whtch I lure .t the physical strength to carry through. ' reform the administration of the Feder-bi Government, to realize my own ideil hh.I to fulfill the just expectations of the u,nl wnnld indeed warnnt. as alone compensate, the sacrifices which th undertaking would Involve. But in mr condition of advancing years and de clining streogth, I feel no amursnee of my bility to accomplish those objects. I am, constrained to say definitely, ihut I cannot now assume the labors of an administration or of a cmvass. in nowise that beit gift of heaven the occasion and the power so...

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. — 13 June 1884

Rp Semi-SSI ccklii $ nttri or ouriral Stanford, Ky & Juno 10, 1884 L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North,. Houth,., Eipmltraln" Houth., Norli.... .12 r. . ...1 5a p. m. . Iff.!.. M. ., 2 SO x. M. Ttio aboto la calculated on lUiiJurd time. Solar ttiae I .iliont 20 ml u u ton fiutor LOCAL NOTICES. lim pAiNTHof 1'rnnr A MoAlinter. IiAtturrrilH garden need nt Mcltobert A HU'. Luhhiuatiko oil of all kinds at l'enny A MxAliulorV dcr for eale by McHobrrtH it fctngg. of ready mixed paint for tpring tra Jo at Mcltoheru A Btagg'a. Watch ra, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by i'enny A McAlUler. Thk bent Soda Water In the clt at Penny A McAlistcr's; nude with pure rock cindy fyrup and tWyorcd with purest fruit Tersonal. Mil Ham M Uaiwon, of Loniarille, was up to the Holmes trial Mips Mii.iirkii I.kwh left Wednesday to Tlsit relative in 1'nrksvllle. -Mil W. M. Hr.WM, of Alliance, 0 , is here looking nfltr bis farm. MiHS Ki.ua A. Knhi.kman ia vinitinn Mlivei L'etlie and 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. — 13 June 1884

V nterioroanml Stanford, Ky., Juno 13, 1884 The Southern Expjsition. One of the moat remarkable feature of the Southern Exposition at Louisville will ba the exhibition of fine dock of Ml kinds. In this collection of what is designed to be the most thorough arid representative group of the finest live stock in the world will be embraced the greitest running and trotting oires that ever trod the turf, the costliest and finest cittle in the world, the btst specimens of hogs, sheep and everything else that would properlv belong to this character of display. Kentucky's prominence the breeding place of the most superior live stock produced in this or any other demands a recognition of that import ant interest at the hands of the Southern Exposition, and to this end the manage, tient proposes to present a perfect of it. The leading turfmen, Harper, Broadhead, Swigert, Chinn & Morgan Wilson, Clay, Urabb, Orinstead, Veech, Mc-Ferran, McDawell, Alexander, Stoner, Fer guson, Withers, Vt, J...

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. — 17 June 1884

rv jletii Mnmtwt al onfti VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. JUNE 17, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 259. W. P. WALTON. IubHM?tetl Tiircdava and hrliUtii, 83. OO lElt ANNUM When paid atrletly In advance. K we hare to wilt anr time, (3.00 will ta charged. An IdI. The tun wu retting in the Meat. If anjboir erer heard of it mrttinjr any place elxe, ho will pleine rfort the fad I this ollice and take the ku ninnej. A Riorioua maiden, jual budding into beautiful womanhood, atood Uxn the lawn PUrroundinj her father' inanition, and hown a radiant aa a tiring rub upon an emerald throne. here wan Harold DeCuurcr, a bonny lad who loved her well, hut whoxe youth and fortune were agalnal him. He waa eighteen and Kelllojt aix dollar a week. He affirm! aa be Ksird in rapt emotion Upon the lorelr face and figure and wish-ed that he bad 25 and wnt a million rrar old. You ret he was distracted with love or he would hare wiahed that he had a mil lion dollar and 25 rear old. It WMerer thua. .She fundi met...

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. — 17 June 1884

t I ' I 1 1 atjiaford, Ky., June 17, 1884 W. P. WALTON. We have all along regarded the alleged Flower bootu a a joke and yet there are tiiMiHj who stew to be taking the matter lib friends claim that out of the 1118 .lelegaten elected outside of New York ... .1 Krooklju to the Saratoga convention, 104 favor hii nomination for President and MT "Wn OlOUUIWU tlUUIIUIUIl is in rig his warmest upvnrler8. If there i Hiiyihing that can be said lor Mr. Roswcll I Fmwer other limn that he is possewed of a hii'J, we have failed to see or hear of it. Brn his utrongcit friends ds not claim umi he is n statesman, nor cau the.v ad- UKN.UREEjt Clay Ssmitii Hitys he"ctn not support Blaine and the party who nominates such a candidate deserves lo be beaten. Neither his manners nor his methods commend him to the honest, patriotic citi respectable ticket the democrats may nomi tiate." o hope the General will not forget bia latter assertion and go off with some impossible prohibition candidate. TiiK Danvi...

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. — 17 June 1884

Stanford, Ky., l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North Houth EinreaHralii" Houth i ' Kuril Miw. J. S. Munriiv ha gone to Springs, Mu. A. II. Li: Fi.vnn, of Ohio, is here, Min Pahv liuiiNMiiK la visiting Mi Fannie West In Lancaater. John W. Wmrr, cf Liberty, U. ..,!.. -...,1 M.al.r.l.W School at Cstleitsburg, hss returned home. Cait If. K. Fahmkh and wife, Mrs. K A June and F. K Farmer, of Cincinnati, came over on the K. C and sjent Sunday at the Mvers Houee. Min A. S. Oukau, of Lexington, was Tisiting Mi'n Maggie and Jennie n few days an She is now the guest of Mrs 15. D. Ilruc, near Providenre. Mu W 11 Mtu.r.it has gone to li-an in the intrrest nl Ins laml agency, lie carried n mink full of the w growth atlainrd hr vegrtib'es and in the gardfii spot of the world. LOCAL UATTERS. Flit' it Jak at 1 H. Walton's. It r cream ot nil hoiiM at the pirler LincHster siret. S. S Myers. Coxt: knd see Ihe Handsome D. noer 'ift m our ciueawari department. Bright A furrai'. ' Fifty thous...

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. — 17 June 1884

t , I 'I II) fW ' fc Stanford. Ky., June 17, 18S4 The Republican Nomination. The nomination ol Mr. Blaine does not change the view of its inexpediency thnt we have freely expressed-. Harpers Weekly ha? naltl nothing upon this subject without careful eonsidemtion, and the fact of the nomination does not change its conviction that the republican campaign with the candidacr ol Mr. Blaine must be a prolonged explanation and defenee. The cam paiga of Ibis year will be one in which the personality of candidates will be more vigorously scrutinized than ever, becatife there is no great supreme issue of national peril or national policy which will engross the attention of the people, and this invite defeat. Under such circumstances, when a ptrly appeal to the country for a vote of confidence, it will naturally hi judged by the representative whom it deliberately selects. To him the country will turn to see what the party honcn, and what qualifications it holds to be essential for the highest...

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. — 20 June 1884

( - tmi VOLUME XIII. nleriorournal W. P. WALTON. i'ubttahtd Tiieaitttv and Friitav, a.OU 133X1 ANNUM When pall strictly Id advance. If we hare to wait ear tlma, t3.no will be chirstd. Was Garfield a Bttttr Man Than Blaine? Why, then, ahould rwfitctabto republican Totara and newapatwra that aupported Garfield reject Nun. Theanawar to One U verj plain, In the Tint place, none of the evidence incrirnina ting Garfield nu orer hia own i(oatura and ha waa able to ahow that even the eel ebrated check for &2'J waa payable to "0 A, "and not to "J. A.G" No auch confeeaiona aa the Mulligan letleia wereererfouod in hit correspondence.. In the atcood place, it ia transparent to every, body that Mr. Blaine it a mm worth at leaat aouie hundreda of ihouiamU of accumulated on hla frugal ealery aince entering Congrrra, while Uen. UarQaldV meana never roaa above thoae of an hones public man. The contract between leariaj; hla inodeat place aa teacher of a WeeUrn academy, raiding a regiment and goio...

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 June 1884

II R Staaford, Ky., June 20, 1884 w. P. WALTON. Tnc BoMonJcniMremarka: "Believinp that Hr.BIine would e a bad nnd IVcMdent, w hop to tee Lira defeated.' Believing Lira tr be a weak candidate, we expect to tee bini defeated." The New York "That Mr. Blaine can cot , be elected we look en a certain. "Whether he can be defeated without ruining the organintion which is being in tbe service of his elfih ambition reaaalns to be teen." A number of other Influential paper peak more or lefMtrong. JuenTqaetioned. Ap to hie peechadv6ca ting the payment bv the government for lavB freed from loyal masters, St strikes ns that it was a plea only for common .Hurrah for Biyard ! Lawyers tell us that there is rcucely any similarity between the Grove Kennedy case and that of Tom Crittendeu, upon which Judge Hargis predicates bi alleged opinion in the latter case. The whole thing reads like it waj written by an attorney for Crittenden striving hard to make a pecitl pleading in his favor, instead of bein...

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