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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 July 1884

$ c ekhjl nteriorgoiral Stanford, Ky., July 8, 1884 l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill trsln going Notlti ...... Houtb Expre. strain" rtouth... . i 'i " Norli ,. IS r. m. 1 60 r. m, 10 A. U, a ta a.u, The abort Is ctcullcd on standard time, timet about 20 minutes hater LOCAL NOTICES. Solar Birr Paintb of Penny ft McAWster. LimikicAtiko oils of all kinds nt Penny h McAUatvrV IIiun.) new Block of every thing in tlio jewelry lino at Penny A McAlintcr'n. NKwakadea of ready mixed paint, for iprlnu trade at McllobcrU A Stags'. Watch M, Clockn and Jewelry repaired and warranted by IVnny & McAliater. 1'UHK winter strained lard oil and nil kind of machinery oils at McltoburUi ft Ktagjc'i. Tiik lira! Soda Water in the citr at Penny & McAliater'; made with pure rock candy syrup and llarored with purest fruit juice. " PERSONAL. 3ov. Jamkh I). McCnr.AHY pent Sun day and yesterday with u. Mis Okoiuha Lewis, of Boyle, ii the KUratnf Mi Annie Alcorn. Mim Kl.izi IIooa.n, of HryanUvllle, ia vititini...

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 July 1884

' T Stanford, Ky., July 1884 OLE BULL'S VIOLIX. Caspar da Snlo, tho only violin makor who can bo called tho equal of Joseph Qatulerius, lived aud -worked at tho commencement of tho sixteenth century. Ho made a violin with bo much care, and was himself bo well satisfied with his work, that ho desired Benvcnuto Cellini to carve tho neck. Tho head of tho instrument is formed by a lovely cherub's face, which is supported by a smaller hoad and bust of a maiden, tho features being of exquisite workmanship. Tho rest of tho neck is most beautifully cut aud gilded, and tho colors oro clear and bright, though they aro now over 300 years old, as tho instrument was made in 1532. Tho wood from which Oaspar da Salo choso his material grew on tho mountains botweon Brescia and Vorona, whero it was so finely doveloped by tho even temperature prevailing thero that tho voins of tho wood aro oxactly an oven distance apart. Tho mountains of Brescia aro entirely denuded of trees. It is impossiblo to find...

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 July 1884

i t i 4 .4 t Semi HI Kill rKKr iitefio VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 266. $nic riorjournal W-."l WALTON. rubUaheit Tuemlau JFrlitnyt, Sa.OO XEll AIWUM. Whoa pall strictly In advance. If wa lur to wilt nr time, 83.00 will b charged. Prohibition in Rockcastle Count. Riiltr IrJrti.tr Journal: Having had an opportunity to obeerye to aoute extent the operation of the new liquor law in thia county, I beg leave to present through your excellent journal a few thought A lo the working of Raid law. Toconvioco any itenaible and well-informed man in thia county of thu neceMity of itome auch atepit in the direction of prohibiting the almoit wbotwale driuking of apirituoun li(Uora within our community. I neel only to intimate concerning the of the county during the Ut few year. The county has become no famoua, ur rather infamous, abroad for it lawletaneiM that the name of Hockcaatle baa raot pawed into a aynooym for that of the lower re giona. Fuithermoto, i...

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 July 1884

V ftarford, Xy July H. 1884 w. P. WALTON. ONE BALLOT, Witli Cleveland aLong Ways Ahead. Xevenuo Reform Platform Adopted After a Prolonged Discussion, Unanimously. Cleveland and McDonald Likely to Be tlic Ticket. Fourteen thousand people had crowded into the convention hall at Chicago when at 12:40 Tuclay Chairman Bainuni called for order. He made a hort speech con. .granulating the delegates on the harmonious aspect of affairs and presented the name of Oor. Hubbard, of Texas, for tern, porarr chairman. He was unanimously elected and on taking the chair thanked the convention, not so much as a tribute to bus, but as :i compliment to the great State he represented. He recommended that the platform be as in the past, that it speak in no double tongues on important questions and hoped that the action would be such as to attract the independent and disaffected republican voters. When he mentioned the name of that glorious old statesman, Samuel J. Tilden, the delegates and audience arose ...

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 July 1884

" I t i I Stanford, Ky., -July 11, 1884 t.&7. LOCAL-TIME CARD. Hill trtin coins Noith.. i: id r, t PflutU.., lMr u tiiimitilti" KftBlh 1 0 A H. ' " Norli.. ... .. mi 2 IS i M. f hsitioTB l rnlciihted on ituJrJ tltue. BoIr time I abvui .0 wtnulti butir LOCALJtOTICES. tvt Paints of Pennr A McAlie.t r. Liinnu'ATiXH oil rf ill! klcJ t Penny i&McAiUler. IIiuk.i new dock ofevtr? thine in tlie jewelry Jiaeat Penny it McAHflerV t?Etrpkfti2e of rti mixed imisti for rpnntr tra le at iictiottv otiggv. Watch , Clcl.4 nnd spared and warranted It Penny & McAliiter. I'unn winter drained lard oil and all kind of macliinerr oil at Mcl'.oberlo A hfarj;i. TiiBLmt hod a Water in th citr at Pen. dj i McAliitler't; iude with pure rock enndj yrupiind iliTored with parent fruit juiced PERSONAL. j Mis, Mahy Vaknoji line cone lo on a Tinll. Miut Fi.oiirj.TC Lackey, of Mkdieop, fa TWting Mm. Lillie McC'tory. Mm Uii.rr TYrr In v'iMtinj: her cln ter, Mr. Jno. m Lsnrtler -Mil AMllMjUF.il. II. ilAJX h...

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 July 1884

y on pondence Stanford, Ky., to1 niontba on it. Eren the "pokes July 11. 1884 L A Modest Bride. Phsp the most amusing spectacle at a Niagara Falls hotel may be wituwed In . . .. "bridal1 ., Go early, New ork, coupons and tnonef of the Tal inxduncKtha -won. .,,...'.. ...... .f... M.m ao to be in time, ascend to ab jut the third lbor and take up jour poit of ob.ervatitn in some convenient embrasure pay at the end or the hall. The half hour will hardly hive struck, wbea door after door will open in quick succession and groom after groom will emerge aneskingly from lU closing portal, give a quick glance over shoulder and then walk leisurely up and down with a expression on his fact that 11 indescribably ludicrous. One moment be simpers shamefacedly at his fallow sufferers who pass him in their much and another glarei savagely as if spoiling for a fight. But all the time he is Jooking anxiously at his watch, until a half hour haa passed Blowly away, when he Bleili hastily back to his doo...

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 July 1884

emt Imtifwf littfual VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 15, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 267. W. 1 WALTON. PitbUihed Tuta&ava and FrUlny; 83.00 XEIt ANNUM When pattl atrlctlr In aJeince. II we bare to wlt nr time, 83.SO will be chimed. The Otadf Tea-Pot. "While good temperance people are decrying liquor," mid one of the leadlnK plif alclaneof the city, "ther aeldom itop to think how much hum it being done by the abuo of a beTenge to which txianj of them are deTOted. Ijuit came from attend log the cm of a labe who la ruined for life bj Ita parenti induli. inn it la lea I'rlnklnj. The child became rerj nerroue and dyspeptic and they ent for me. 1'aiked them how much tea the child drank. 'About two cups at each meal and eereral between meal waa the replj. You ee, ther let the tea-pot eland on the atore all day. Thue the tannic acid ia extracted, which erte to luroi the lining of the atomach into leather and brlnga on dapep'ia and kindred dlteaae. Y, Tou will find hundred of wome...

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 July 1884

BUaferd, Ky., July 151884 W. P. WALTON. CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS. Most of on readers know before this that Gov. Grover Cleveland, of New 1 ork, and Hon. Thomas A. Hendnck, of were nominated by the democracy for Tretldent and of the Blate. The firt wa noeurpriee, for it -was apparent from the the opening of the conrention that New York's reform would be nominated, but it had never teen intimated that Hendricks would be offered the second place. Cleveland's nom ination was accomplibed on the second ballot. The names of Randall, McDonald and Carlisle were in turn withdrawn and a Iremendous effort was made by the Tarn-mar and other delegates to rush in but Cleveland's backlog was too solid. He continued to make pains to his ranks and before the ballot was completed it was evident that he had more tnan a -Majority. Then 8tate after State changed ik vote to hfm and the result of the second tallotshowedlhatbebad ISO more than the necessary two-thirds majority. The ballot was as follow: Qtre...

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 July 1884

i Stanford, Ky July 15, 1884 l. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North . . ., 12 it r.u. Houth 1 56 r. ii. KiDtutlraln" Kotilh ......... ... 10 A.M. " ' " Norh mm. 2 3C At M Ttic abote ii calculated oo standard time, tfolir time I .thuut 20 u.lnutea Utter LOCAL S07ICES. Ltn PAijrrs of Penny A McAlister. LvnnicATiNO oils of all kinds at Penny & McAliiterV. Bran.i new ilock of titty thing in the Jewelry line at Penny A MoAlltter'i. XKWAhadeR of ready mixed paints for tjtlnf( at McRoberta A Stags'. Vatch v, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted br Penny A McAlUter. Pi'iin winter rtralned lard oil and all kind of machinery oil at McltobeMi A Sibcic'h. 'Tirr bcl otU "Water In the cit at fc McAIUierV; made with pure rock candy yrup and lltrored with purett fruit juices PERSONAL, Mil. T. M. Joil.sbToN, of Lebanon, ws here yesterday Mls Hhoda Hail is visiting Miss Sue Ycagcr, in Ihjlt. Mt'sHAimA Hays has gone to visit relatives at I rab Orchard. Mil and Mils. C. S Xmi), of Alu ...

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 July 1884

A W ; Stanford. Ky., July 15, 1884 THE DEMOCRATIC PLA TFQRM. The democratic of the Union, thro' its representative! in national convention jtisembletl, reounius that as the nation jjrowa older, new luej are born of time and pronreM and old issues perish. But the fundamental principles of democracy, approved br the united voice cf the people, remain, and will ever remain, as the best and onl security for the contiuuance of free government. The preiervatiou of personal rlchU of the States and the supremacy of the Federal Government within the limits of the Constitution, will ever form the true basis of our liberties and can never be eurrenderel without destroying that balance cf rights and powers which enables the continent to be developed in peace and social order, to be maintained by Methods of local self government. But it for the practical application and enforcement of these fundamental principles that the government should not always be controlled by a political party. Frequent ...

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 July 1884

Stmt - VeeUn (ttfrf ntefio imfm l4k VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1884. NEW 68 W. P. WALTON. rubttiheit Tueatlnv ami Frlilavi, S3.UU IIl A.1VNUM. When paid titrlctly la advance tf we have to wait tor time, 83,00 wilt bo charxtsd. rf DEMOCRATIC TICHET. Republican! will Ive Cleveland ten time a many vole ai Killr cm ateal from him New York Herald. The "buninesiH interenU" of llirs country will be eolid for Cleveland and Ilemlrlckn. The New York iWu bhthmjt give the ilgnal. Nsahvllle American. With Uorer Cleveland a It candidate the democratic party appeals with directoeM to the moral eenae of the people of the L'oited State. New York Timet. The convention hi given u llin old ticket with a new head. Cleveland i the legitimate euccetaor of Tilden the records ot the two men being alnioat Identical. San Franciaco Alta. . It it aomethioK to be proud of to have n ticket for which no apology will have to be made. The democratic party ran make the etlort to defcerve nieces, wit...

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 July 1884

Skuftrd, Ky., July 18, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. . On our first page will be found touie newspaper expressions as to the democratic nominations and the platform. Both Rive thorough satisfaction and the impression that the ticket is the trooget that could have been nominated, gains the more the mtuation is studied. Cleveland Das not been as long before the public as the re-publican nominee, but hia record though short is one to which the party can Tijlnt with pride. He has not consulted his personal popularity in the discharge of hi du-tied, but has met every issue on its merits of law. right and justice. That he has Lot Tue republican papers, at" a loss for worse things to saj, charge that Cleveland, while sheriff, hung tto Irishmen and that therefore the Irish should oppose him. It does not eeem to make nnv diflerence that the men were murderers and had been regularly tried and condemned. Cleveland should have disregarded his oath and turn, ed the men loose, psrhaps. NOTES OF CURRENT EVE...

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 July 1884

Stanford, Ky., July 18, 1884 l.Jl N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mil) triin going North.. , . .12 41 r. M. ' ... 1 M r.u. Kxnre strain" South..., ... 10 A.U. ' " Nort .... 2 SO A, M. The above i (wlrulttfj on standard lime, Solar tlinel tiiuut JO minutes fasltr LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of I'ennr A McAHeter. Li luticATi.vo oila of all kinds at Penny A McAliater!. Bkak.) new atock of every thins in the Jewelry line at Penny A McAlleter'. Nr.i7kn!c of ready mixed paint for cring traJe at McHoberta A BUgfc'. Watch w, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. Ptnc winter 'trained lard oil and alt kind of machinery oila at Mcl'.obert A HUukV The belt Soda Water in the cit at iV MrAINtrrV; made with pure rock candy fy nip and iliTorcd with pureit fruit juices. PERSONAL. II. W. Jackson, ivq., of London, wai here yesterday. Kate Oano, of Dallas, Tea., I visiting at Col. V. G. Welch's. Mn D. B. Kumiston i enjoying the delights of Bockcistle Spring'. Mnn Ja L Fonn, of Bt. louis, is...

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 July 1884

ft?1" SUaford, Ky A.Famou8 Lock or Hair. It July 18. 1884 Gin's Trap for a Widow. Mrs. Caroline C. Thomson was until a month ago one of Brldeesporl' most widows, say tie New York Morning Journal. Possessed of ample means, a tiMutiful fice and figure and having worn the widow's weeds for the dear departed Thompson the prescribed time, she thought aertously of taking another partner, with whom in peace and happiness she could tread the pathway of life's decline. While contemplating this momentous U,herejefellon the following advertisement in a Nw York morning paper of February 10, last: 'ICsfined, middle-aged gentleman of po tcp and means desires the acquaintance of a refined, middle aged lady of means Viaw, matrimony, sincere, 149 Uptown. This precisely described the Ideal she hud neto in her dreams of the succtsior of her late lamented, and, though questioning in hec own mind the propriety of this mode of introduction. she indicted a delicate! y-per famed note inclosing a photograph...

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. — 22 July 1884

jfcntt 'Wet kin If nkfiBi lonf iraL. VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 22, 1884. NEW SERIES.-N UMBER 269. w. r. WALTON. pubHahetl unit Vrtfiav, 93. OO X331t ANNU31 VTbenpaM atrlctljr la advance. I( we hato to wait any time, 83.00 will be chanted. An Adams to the Democracy of Kentucky, The Democratic Bute Central Commit tee bga to address the democrats of Ken tucky a few word of cheer ami hoe. In the hare fact of nearly twenty. four year of republican maladministration of the political aflkinj of our xreal republic cotisista the Mronyest nrjjuuienl to individual democrats to leaTe no honMt cfljrt untried to necure a change of partr'n domination, anil thereby n charge of policy an J of method. Our party in national contention assembled at Chicago latt week, after four diyn aptint n interchange of opinion by the delegate, iconaiatfng of many of the ablmi veteran democrats of the country, and wiineaseil by the Iarest assemblage of people etcr a. aembled at a con rent ion on ibis...

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. — 22 July 1884

i i M - Stafford, Ky., July 22, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOK PRESIDENT, GKOVER CLEVELAND, OrifEW York. FOR THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or Isduma. KLECTOES TOM STATE XT LAtOK, BEN a 110HHINS, W.D. FLEMING. ' DISTRICT XLIXTORS, First Ilhta Boyd, of MiCrjclen.County. f ord Cromwell. I Julr, of ITalon County. Thlnl Johns. ltbea, 01 Lrnn County. Kourth Sim B. Berry, ot Marion County. Fifth -J. P. Bullitt, Jr., of Jefferson County. Sixth tlle T. rrlcgate, of Pendleton Co. ferenth Ira Julian, of Tranklln County. N. Rotinton, of shclby County. S. SaTjgo. of B yd County. P. alyei, of Morgan County. fiWenth Hurt, nf Ailalr County. A dispatch in our last issue told of the the six survivors of the Oreely polar region explorers by the Bear and Thetis atnt lo their relief. Their number was twenty live when they set sail from St. John's in July, 1881, in the Protens, but they encountered indescribable sufferings and the wonder is that a soul of them remained to tell the tale, which is simplv...

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. — 22 July 1884

r r Stanford, Ky.( July 22, 1884 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, Hall train coin North- - 12 4 r. u. Ho nth 1 88 r. II. Eiprnitriln" Houth ........ 10 a.m. ' Norn 2Z0a.ii. The abovn It calculated on standard tine, timet about 20 mluutes fiter LOCAL MATTERS. Solar LOCAL NOTICES. llui Paints of Pennv A McAUeter. Li'imicATixo oils of all kind At Penny AMcAllsterV. BnAN.i new Block of every thine in the Jewelry lino at Penny A McA I inter's. XEwahadca of ready mixed paint for acring traie at Mcltobcrt A HtaggV, Watchm, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by I'cnny A McAllater. I'l'nn winter drained lard oil and all kind of tnacblner oils at Mcltobcrta A 8ttBK. Thr beat Soda Water in the clt at Penny A McAIUlcrV; tuade with pure rock candy syrup and flavored with purest fruit juicea PERSONAL. -Mit Tim W. Hkioikh arrived fniu Annialoa, Ala. Mini LiL.L!ETuTTE.v,of Garrard, i the gurit of MIm Maggie Hrigbt. Piior B. 8. PHii.tr!, of the Middleburg Aradcuiy, wa in town yesterday. Mm Nannie Wood,...

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. — 22 July 1884

T ! iiw Stanford, Ky., July 22, 1884 The Deadhead, The Creitoa Jowa) Every Sunday in ("peaking of editor, anyf! "Ye, kind friend the newspapers reporter in a deadhead, and eo is the editor too. TLc editor Is particularly deadhead, if he ii proprietor of the paper he (jives his time and attention to between mealp. Yes, he 'a a deadhead. He has an annual pais on the J. I. M. Crow road that he has not used in three or four year?, while he is flooded with requests for local space in which the company advertises its excuniona, land sales, etc. Probably S200 worth of advertising is Rived thi road in the course of a yeir. Yes, the editor is peculiarly favored psraonage. A show comes to town, and he gets a reserved seat the company want him there that he may be all the better qualified and under obligations (7) to puff the thing. He give the outfit $23 worth of advertising, gels two or three dollars in ruoney, may be and the world calls him a deadhead. He goes to church festival and they gi...

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. — 25 July 1884

?& Send 'VeeUn liiiettof mfmfi VOLUME XIII. STANEOHD, KY., EBIDA Y, JULY 25, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 270 ttoner f. P. WALTON. rubUhril Tit mil nv (lint Frlititua, H'J.OII XEU A.ISNUM. Wntn paid atriclly In adrauc. If w bar to wilt any tiue, 93.30 will ba tlnued. S unknot Paper. The banknote piper on which American legal tender, national banknote currency an-1 ROTernmtnt bmN are pnntt'l ia made entirely at Da't.n, Mim If you ahouM happen to mop at the paper mill, with proper introduction and credential", you taj perhaps be allowed to handle a itbuet of the crisp ptper, where, an the wet, grayUh pulp ii preued between heavy iron ct.nderi, U.ta of lnu nud ted ilk are acattr'l over ita fare ami ailken rib laid on iu aiirface. You may o beyond into thee juiitintc room, where each (heel aa it otun from the dryioir room In carefully ex im'.ned and canted and then returnrd to the ptper cutter to b divided into .mailer abeeta. If you trace thl itlll farther, you will tind that from the c...

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. — 25 July 1884

t n i, i , . Stanford, Ky., July 25, 1884 W. P. -WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FClK PIlUSIDENr, GBOVER CLEVELAND, OfNkw York. FOR THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or Indusa. SIECT01S FOR STATE AT f.AROE, " BEM 6. BOBBINS, W. B. FLEMING. Sl'TKICT KLKCTOKS, Firit Hhea fr.ril. of UcCracken Coant y. til Adair, of Union Couul jr. Third- John S Ulica, of Login County. Fourth Sim H Kerry, ol Marlon County. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jetlerfon County. BJxth Leslie T. ArrlfBlf,of I'endleton Co. Eerenth Ira Julian, of Franklin County. N. Kobinion, of Sheliij County. Ninth 3. S. STge. of Boyd County. Tenth John P. Satj cr, of Morgan County. Hurt, of Adair County. POLITICAL. It in said that Gail Hamilton wrote Blaine's letter of acceptance. Tammanf leaders Bay that John Kelly can not organize a movement Cleveland, Poor old L'.ngatreetl He gold out for an office and dot he bus lost that. Louisville Titnes. The Nation! Democratic Committee in session In New York will very likely elect Sena'er Carnum to succeed himself...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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