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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 July 1884

Stanford, Ky., -July 25, 1884 1. iN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall trnlo golnic North " South. Exnrti strain" doulh , " " Norli.,, 12 it. r,M. . .1 Ml r, u. . 1 0 a.m. .. i 10 A.M. Thcauore li calculated on standard tt.nf. tltufl about :0 minutes faster ".jltr L,OCAL NOTICES. Bin I'aintu of Penny h McA Mater Lmihk ATl.Nft oils of all kind at Penny ft McAliMerV. IliUN.) new stock of etery thine in tiis jewelry line at Penny A. McAliater'a. Nrwahadc of ready mixed aint for prh traie at McKoberUit Staged Watch rt, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliier. l'unr. winter "trained lard oil and all kindi of machinery oiln at MrlCbbcrt A 1 m: best Soda Water in the, cit at Penny ir McAlltcr'; nude with pute ruck candy fyrtip and llivored with purest fruit juices PERSONAL. Mj. John 8. Coorim, of Waahington, D. (' , is in town. Mr. Thoi. Mctcalp returned from Cincinnati yesterday. Mi. Mauv McHoiibiiti', of Danville, t Tmtins Mra. S S Mcltobert" Hox T. P. Hn.i., Jit, our U here fr...

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. — 25 July 1884

m ,1 Stanford, Ky., July 25, 1884 A BUND MANS LOVE. "Send 'em to school 'an put 'em In the miues. That good advice, but will yo tell me who'll feed 'em If I end 'em to school?" Alethea Morgan crossed her toil-worn hands behind her back, turned her head a little to one Bide, and grued into the face of her visitor with h halfeorrcwful, half-defiant air. "An' you think I'm to blame for the harm that has come to my boy my brave Lute lying there ro mongled that even I couTdnot believe it waa my son they laid at mrffeet, so torn and crushed was he. Look at his poor patient fact! His faylher put film in the mines when he wta a babbv, an' he has kept right on ever since, never losin' a day. He was a slate picker, gate tender, mule driver, an' at last be got a job at mining. Only a bit ago he was tellin' how noon he'd be able to earn hia $2 a day. An' look at 'im nowl Oa, miosis, it grind the heart tight out of me when I think on it. Alethea Morgan covered her face with her hands and groined...

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. — 29 July 1884

building nel a lew week ago, The chose the extreme-end of the bough, with efldent intention of making it a to attempt to molest them. Out In their of caution they appeared not to nlist the ftr whore ej were kten enough to aee the first Ulnr of the Utile architect aw that the bruich waa ttn lender to ouppirt eo Urge a neat an ori olt bullai. When the neat was about two-third the birds u their miitake. Tho branch had bent ho 1 w (bat it waa netliiirJ near the jraM, Work at once (topped and the builder cloae to gellier for a lon lime and n.eme.l to be discussing the ituation. Firullj they llcw aidebr aide to a about fifteen inche orer the one on which their nel wi, and, leaning orer, inspected the ditance. The teemed to be tlfid. end thoiuh it waa rowin rapidlr iluk, the bird' 'tar away in opposite dtrectiom. In the morning it wan found thtt the bad tlruilr JWWred their habitation and prerentv I the brtnch from bending lower by painr a piece of white airing, which iher had fiiinJaOin 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. — 29 July 1884

it Mi I I t - . i'wmi. j JS? v- v , y -n ,- iJaygaii5itaiiiaiS July 20, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOR mESIDENT, OROVER CLEVELAND, Or Naw York. KOU THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or Indiana. XLBCTOM rORITATK AT LA1QB, DEN B. BOBBIN'S, t W. B. FLEMING. UtITBICT KLKCTOt., Ftrat Khe Boyd, of McCracken Count jr. Bemud Cromwell Adair, of Union County. Third-John S. Rhea, or Logan County. Fourth fiini B. Berry.ot Marlon Count)-. Firth -J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jeffertou County. 6UU LealltT. Applegate, of Pendleton Co Seventh Ira Julian, of Franklin County. Eighth Q. N. Roblnion, of Shelby County. Nintha. 8. Savage, of Boyd County. Troth-John I Salyeri, of Morgan County. KlflTenth Rollln Hurt, of Adair County. POLITICAL Tn prohibitionist Dominated ex-Gor eraor8t. John, of KansaJ, for President It required 3S9 ballots to nominate John T Head for Congress by the the Sixth Missouri district. W II. Barnum was re elected chair man and F. O. Prince elected secretary of the National Democratic Com...

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. — 29 July 1884

i i Stanford, Ky., July 20,1884 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North. 13 44 p.m. Houth 1 88 r. m. Kxpre strain" houth ..... 10 a.m. Morli 2 So a.m. f be above li calculated on stsndard time. Holar time I about SO mlnutos fastar LOCAL NOTICES. But Paikts of Penn A McAUster. Lummcatinci oils of all kluda nt Penny & McAlieicr'a. BiUH.) new atock of every thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAllater'a. NKwakade of ready mixed paint for prlng trade at McltoherU A Btagg'. Watch ra, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. I'UiiE winter (trained lard oil and all kind of machine ry oil at McKoherle A SlaggV The bent Soda Water in the clt at Pen-or A MoAllaterV; made with pure rock candy ayrup and lUvorrd with pureat fruit juice. . PERSONAL. Miu. J. I). Owai.KY ha the remittent farer. Mim Jennik Hinzen, of Liuiavllle, la visiting Mi Mary Jane. Mosaics. Geo. I). Weaken and W. II. Biggin are on, the rick lit Mr.T. F. SriNK went to LbulTille Saturday for a t...

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. — 29 July 1884

II ? InleriorlanriwI Staaford, Ky nothing to such a catastrophe, July 29, 1884 THE MOTHER'S TRIAL. Cecile was an adored wife, a spoiled beauty an heiress whose wishes had been law through life. "Was it any wonder that her nature had become changed and warped? "Has Mr. Walker come yel?" she asked in rather a fretful tone of the maid who had entered to put fresh coal on the grate. "No ma'am." "It's very strange," aaid Cecile, tossing aside her book, jeraing petulantly at the rlnM unon her taper little fineere. "She knows the blue dress does not fit me yet.and she knows I have made up my wind to wear the blue silk dress to night. iTtofd her to be here at fire o'clock without fall." "Here she is now, ma'am," said the maid "I am eorry I am late, ma'am," said Mrs Walker, humbly, "but-" "There's plenty of time, if ou will go directly to work!" interrupted Mr. Fontaine. "Stephanie, bring me the blue dress from my wardrobe, immediately!" "I I am afraid I can not stay to-night, Mre. Fontaine,...

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. — 1 August 1884

Semi "9 from economical reason. cuitK roil lMI.KS. rile are. frequently preceded H '" ot w 1"'k''1 In Hi lack, lolin and lower part of tb llom.n, caulnjtbeptlnt to suppaie lie liaaaomo affection ol tin klJneya or iielgblwrlni; organ. At tlmei, jmptoni fcf ludlgeition are prcieut, at flatulency, ttueailui'ii of tbi atonmeli, etc. A moUture, like rertplratlon, producing i rery illagrealla Itcblnjf, aftor getting vurui, It Tery common nttcnJant. mill., lllecdlng and Itching I'llei ylfXl at once to tbe Application of Dr. Uoeanko'i Tile Itemed)', hlch acta directly upon tbo parlt affected, absorbing tbo Tumon, alia) log tbe Intetue ItcLIugand ulT.ctluza permanent cure. I'rlce GO Miiti. Addreu tbo Dr. Beaauko MtdWlue Co., Tua, Qhto. A Eutf. III Jttfcfwf cheapest way to Pari, involving G hours on the channel, instead of the two from Dover to Calais. It is about two hours run from London to New Haven, and br 11 o'clock we were asleep on the steamer Paris, which, however, could not go to sea...

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. — 1 August 1884

Stanford, Ky., August 1, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Gov. Cleveland was formally notified of hu nomination by the committee appointed by the National Convention, Tues day, and In reP0De to their nddree he delivered a biief but pointed speech. After acknowledging the compliment paid him by the committee, he said among other things: "The party and its representatives which ask to be entrusted nt the hands of the people with the keeping of all that concerns their welfare and their safely, should only ask it with full appreciation of the f the trint and with a firm moke to administer it faithfully and well. I am a democrat became I believe that this truth lies at the foundation of the democracy. I have kept the faith because I believed, if rightly and fairly administered and applied, democratic doctrine and measures will insure the happinei, contentment and prosperity of the people. If in the contest upon which we now enter we steadfastly hold to the underlying principles of pure party creed and...

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. — 1 August 1884

Stanford, Ky August 1, 1884 1.3, N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train going North - 12 44 r. w. " ' ' South 1 64 r. M. EirrfkMtln" South....- 10 a.m. ' " Norh 2 Ml a.m. Th abore li calculated on itandard time. Molar tluiel ,ilmt 20 tulnutea futcr LOCAL NOTICES. Bin Paints of Pennv . McAliiter. LrnnirATi.va oils of nil kind fit Penny ft McAliater'. HAN.) new itock of every thine in tlie jewelry line at Penny h McAllnter'a. New nksilfit of ready mixed patnt for luring traie at McKobert SlagR'a. Watch es, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A .McAliater. Pent: winter Mralned lard oil and all kind of machinery oil at Mcltobert A tBR'i. The tet Soda Water In the cit at Penny A McAliater'; made with pure rock candy ayrup and flavored with purest fruit juices PERSONAL. Mil. D. Klass Ik (pending the week in LouUvlle. Mn. Kollie Gut mui: ii back from a viaii lr hi home in Boyle. Mil K. J. Ccrkan ha gone tc the imuntnin on a buines trip. Mn J II. Owsley and Mia Sabra Pennington are bo...

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. — 1 August 1884

4 0 i f Stanford. Kj, August 1, 1884 re THE MULLIGAN LETTERS. A many of our readers have exprei'ed a'wieli loretd the letters written by Mr. Bliloe in 1809 to Mr. Warren Fisher, ' which he obtained from Mr. Mulligan on js'eoieuin pronile to promise which he never kept-we publUh them in full below: f Acgcsta, June 29, I860. My Dm Mr. thank you for " tboWcleiromMr.Lswi'. It i good in itselfand will do good. He write like a man of large intelligence and Your ofler to admit me to a participation in the new railroad enterprise U in every reject a generous ns I could or desire. I thank you very sin- cerely for it, and in this connection I wish to make a aueeeition of a eomewhat sel fish character. It ia tbie: You spoke of Mr. Caldwell's ofler to dispose of a share ol his interest to mc If ho really desires to do B3 I wish he would make the pro position definite, to that I could know just what to depend on Perhaps if he waits till the full development of the he may gr6w reluctant to part w...

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. — 5 August 1884

Sons '9 111 g ntefiof lontiuiL VOLUME XIII. STANFOKD, KY.f TUESDAY. AUGUST 5, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 273. W. P. WALTON. JPubMaherf Tiiemtav iI Frlttav, 03. OO 13H ANNUJl is Whin paid etrlctly In adrance. If we haro to wait any tlin. 93.00 will U chanted. POLITICAL of Under that moil Infamous "Act" of the moat Inhuiom liiily of legislator In tlie ha worlil, Heurr 0 American citizen unaccused of any crime unar ai the law demand waa arrest cd, and languished in priun for month without redrew j and the Kepubllcan Ail-ministration at Wachinitton refuel to in teifereiu hli hrhali! In it neery to nsk v?Iit? History haa icln the nwer. "Thr cureeol Swift waa on him he waa an Irishman!" Yet Irish-American cititena nre, today, asked to vole for Jame G. Blaine, the paid official of the United State Govern inent, who, thin departed the nuapecU" in the Trrr beginning of their raott urgent hour of need, and who now trie to put off on the sbouldm of hl sneseaaor, Frelhghuysen, the sine for which ...

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. — 5 August 1884

: J'.IW' "em suibrd,Xy, ' rr .... w AuguSt 5, 1884 W. P WALTON. Tat republican paper that are' insMtlcETtleTogalorj' of Gov. Cleveland' private character, which have been prof en to be fi lie, are but laying-up wrath gaint the day of judcmenl. BlalneV escapade At Georgetown in thU iSlalc ia remembered by people living in this town a well aa there and elsewhere and the whole matter -will be laid before tbe peblic if ibe alan. dent on Cleveland are not atopped, C V. 3cCbhc, of .tbe Iinffilo Courier Oo , writing to, a riend ay; "With refer ence to the report about Got. Clevelaad. tou caraay, and'tou will tell ilia' positive truth ever time jou aT it, thai the gtorjr over 'Rev.' Ball' signature and tbo other xvporta about Cleveland's immorality, are a&tolutel false. The 'Rev.' Ball was an ardent supporter of Cleveland during the gcbrntorial campaign, and was paid for hit work. We understand, however, that he was dif appointed about come position, fceece the 'flop' and dirtjr work ma...

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. — 5 August 1884

Stanford, Ky., August 5, 1884 l.AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mall train golnc North. 12 4(1 p. X. POBthl.. ...... HH.I.W.1 M ft u. Expn strain" ........... 1 v A.M. Th kbore It calculated an standard time, Hoist tlwel about 10 lUilerulT LOJAL' NOTICES. Inn Paikth of Peubr AMoAlfoter. LujmfoATtNci oils of at) kind ot Penny A McAllsUr'a. BRiH.lnesVatock of thlni In Hit jewelry line at Penny (k McAliater'a. , Nfetrakadt of ready mixed, paint for nrIo train at McftoberU d HUgg'. Watch ra, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warrantod by Penny A MoAliater: Venn winter trained lard oil and all kinds of machinery oils at Mcltobcrta c6. BtaRK'a. Tire beat Soda Water in (he cit at Pen ny & McAllster's; made with pure rock candy ayrup and ilarored with purest fruit juices. PERSONAL, Mies Kate I'jtr.LPd, ol Mad i too, la with Mlvt Lata McKlnoey. Mim Maooie Hahkih ii visiting Mia Maggie- Egbsrt, at Crab Orchard. Mk. and Miis. Wm, KoYaTON, of Oar. rard are at Capt. O. II. McKinney V Miw Cait. II. C. Kah...

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. — 5 August 1884

i i'J : Ji m f - Stanford, Ky., The Smithsonian Institute received its name from James Smlthson, an English physicist. Jamea Smltbeon bequeathed his eatate of 120,000 to his nephew, on the condition that if there were no children to inherit -the amount was to go to the United States, to fonnd t Washington an institution for the diffusion of knowledge. The' nephew died in 1335, and the claim of IheTJnited States was prosecuted at London by lion. Richard Rush, who went from America for that purpose. Through his efforts there was deposited in the United States mint $515,209. By au act of the interest on this amount up to July, 1840, was appropriated to building and other incidental expense?. This interest reached the eum of $212,129. The same act provided fhat all future appropriations and expenditures should be made from the interest and not from the principal of the fund. The principal wan declared to be leot in perpetuity to the United States treasury at fi percent., semi-annual pay...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 August 1884

W. P. WALTON. JPitbltithcil TtiCBituvi ami M'vltUiv, 83. OO XM3II Wnonpald alrlctly In advance. II wo have wait any time, 83.00 will bo charted, to cinnati dimmrreial OWfr On the lfllli of June, 1170, Halsteid'a Commercial contained the following editorial: "Now, considering Maine's brilliant leadership in the House and the laige measure of hi farct natfng personal tiialllirs, it must be admit ted that we have in bis own handwriting testimony that show him interested in subsidy rallroiila to nn extent and in a way that tho peoplo will not tolerate and ought not to forgive. We make no war on Mr Maine. Hi public recoid condemns him and it would be tho very madneM of the moon for tho republican party to ko before the country under hla leadership. Tho juriy it alteady burdened with libc3o!cery and Ilelknapety and the attempt to elect a railroad sharp President, with a mijorlty of Htalea already democratic and the House Confederate, would be pieposteruiia and renult in the overthrow enti...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 August 1884

cchlirntcnoroiirmtl ' HoILab? KphTicHar si. joH0u Stanford, Ky Aucust 8 1884 Ie ran RWIl3r 'rom h'8 falncr 'n Ini,'8na at ' i Ibe age of 12; was a husband at 19 nnd a W. P. WALTON, piotous while ypu, are chaperoning all thepe pretty girls to the Virginia sea-side. Biobmondt Herald. Like Cicisi'h wife, wo are above suspicion, but God. knows we know a good thing -when we fte it. There I'D jast been completed at the shops of the Lehigh Valley Railroad at "Wilkesbsrre, Pa., b new and improved locomotive, which, it is said, will he able to pull a train at the rate of 80 miles nn hour. The engine weighs nearly 100.000 pounds and tho tender when filled with coal nnd water 70.000 pounds. It ia alsn stated that the engine will dovelop from 1,100 to 1.C0O horwj Vis tfree with un exchange that the in- dividual who habitually goes armed, without being in extraordinary danger is silly, or has a ttreak of murderous instinct in hisVeatt The majority of men nnd bovs one rubs ngainat in the every da...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 August 1884

Stanford, Ky., August 8, 1884 l , H N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill trrln el4 forth.. '. 12 r. u. South IMr.H, Eiprokitraln'1 Mouth 10 A.M. ii Korh 3 86 a.m. Tho shore la rnlrultled on etandant time. .Solnr tluio 1 about 'JO minute Utibt LOCAL NOTICES. Iu Paints of Pennr . McAUstcr. T.rnruciTi.vo oihof all kinds at Penny A iMcAliaterV. Hiun.) nc7 stock of every thine; In the jewelry line at Penny A McAHster's. NEWhkadcfl of ready mixed paint for trrin;; traie at McKoicrts k SluV Watch m, Clocks and Jowolry repaired and warranted bf Penny A McAllster. 1'Ulii; winter strained Innl oil and all kinds of mtchiticrjr oils at McUoberti A Blab's. Tub best Sod Water in tbo cit at Penny A McAHster's; tnsdo with pure rock candy ryrtip and ihvorcd with purest fruit juicw. PElSOrAL. Pnor. Aiineii IlotiEiiH waa Iirrn this week. Mim Ll(;y Tate has Rone to Boyle to visit her aunt, Mrs. Prewitt. Mil. Al.tx Kmss, of Louiitllle, ia wi'h liln brother, .Mr. 1. KIms. Miss Mahy Wii.mokk, of Nfaholae vilie, u vai...

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 August 1884

Stanford, Ky., August 8, 1884 A Practical Joker's Last Joke -Amusement For the Boys. 'No, gentlemen," said Captain Sklndj, "joa don't cMch me takinc part In any practical jo'CB I went out of tbal for good over ten year ago." "How wai thai?" "Well, it wan in the winter of '72, may be'73, Iwru living in Davenport, Iowa, around there giving ba. and a man came loon ascensions. One day it was advertised that the mayor of the town was going up with him. Now, the the mayor was a big, fat man, who always wore a light suit of clothes and a white hat. This put me in the notion of working a joke off on the neonle. I cot acquainted with the naut and he agreed to assist me in the scheme. We then got an old eult of light clothes and fixed up a dummy, which we filled up with sand so that it weighed about two hundred and would, therefore drop straight and heavy like a man. The day of the ascensions there were fully thirty thousand people on the ground and the excitement was very great, as there was...

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. — 12 August 1884

Hit Tli lft J01it1!wltiL uniPiMirwwiiiWiiMiiMwt VOLUME XIII. mi STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 12, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 27k & W. P. WALTON. StitUinhfil Tuvmliiu ttml t'rtiltiv, 93. OU X'XSll Wbenpall str'cttr In advance. II 'wo hare lo -nit any time, 0'J.AO will lo chanted. HOW OLD? "llw (.1.1 l Marjr Aadrm That At eall her i r.n ll sh, like iml VI. lorla, Oat buntlm! and thirteen ' "Oil ho, in j MB, about an old As I m al hn t, IlUt RtTIT ff.'W Who gu a lhr staK." "Ami tiie 'kr.fechr,' Harrison, In It yatiflihil IJico' A ad 4fi k wear btl jackets Muv I.llf luv atiil Cul Itui" "Ok' Ms, my tan, although Ms aje Nrath I hard tafia, I tmi) him pirarh in I."nlill ImHjMh ' "Ami the 'child Tlolliil.t. tha, Tk yeuNjMtilar IUe 'Urvot fcetl! he .:jl ltli Ule Dull la eUliite lTMitjr.(lTe." l.llc POLITICAL. A rWen and Ger. Cleveland. I' i in l at4ti.nl with abcoltile milhorilr that Mr TIMon'K in Gov. h awrt'i ia ami liaa liwn lament and otU'pokeo. Mr Tllilcn Ifttir of vrai tiudf public a...

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. — 12 August 1884

Stanford, Ky August 12, 1884 "W. P. WALTON. Tiik sweet morsel of scandal which the republicans have rolled under their tongues with so much relih nd which their papers hate given so much publicity to iu regard to the youthful Indiscretion of Clov, ha proved on investigation by wor thy and prominent men to be about as fol 1 cws: "Many years ago, when the Govern or was 'eowicg hi wild oat,' he met thin woman, with whom hia name had been con nectcd and became intimate with her. She was a widow and not a good woman by any means. Mr. Clevelmd, learning this, began making inquires about her, and that two of hi friend were intimate with her at the sune time with luuiseir. Wbeas, child ws born, Cleveland, in order to shield his tno friends, who were both married men, assumed the reponslMHly of it. He tcok care of the child and mother like a man and did everything in his power for them; and he provided for them until the woman became a confirmed viclim to alcoholism and made it impo'sible by...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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