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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 August 1884

ckli nltrioronriral Stanford, Ky., August 12, 1881 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train grim: KuHli. tauth. HiPfMflmlii" Koutli., " " Korh.. .......12 4 P.M. 1 sn r. a. - Ill AM. X 96 A M The above l mleuUted on nuudard time. (Imp I .itmut 20 uilniiiM falr LOCAL MATTERS. Tiik weather looks Solar LOCAL NOTICES. lttn Paint of Penn & McAUxter. Luiikk'ATINu oils of all kinds ut Penny & MoAllnter's. Hr.AixjrAiiTKiis fortchool books at Mc Itohert) t"eKlaRV. Hiian.i new slook of every thlnj; in the jewelry line at l'eiiny A McAllster's. NnwsKades of remly uiliixl paints for turing Irs Jo at MoUobcrli a Watch es, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny & McAlietcr. Tur. best .Soda Water in the cit at Penny .V MoAlisierV; made with pure rock candy syrup and lltvored with purest fruit juices. PERSONAL. Drt J. IJ. Owsi.kv went to Louisville yesterday. Mu. J. L. liosluy went up to Livingston, yesterday. -All) Li'i.A IIowman, of Loulxville, is vioitini; Mrs. Ft. K. Weareu...

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. — 12 August 1884

V Stanford. Ky., August 12, 1884 Rules of the Postoffice Department. A pilr of ouiona will go for 2 cent. Old nmld, feather bed and Inlhted are uutuailable. When you cnclooe money to any of tho pariici on the official lint of fraud?, plea say a little prayer. Bibiei can not be neat ai third-claw matter provided suckini? bjttlei and mpkinn accompany them. Jnhn Smith eeU h'n unit at G7 1,279 nrv,lofliei.hen:e a letter directed lo John" Smith, Unite 1 States will retch him. Peraom are compelled to lick their own postage stamps and eavelopw; the poatm. tcr can not be compelled to do this . Toems on Spring and Bamttful Snow are rieidly excluded from the mails. This will b joyful news to the edttora of this land. ... l Girlie, onions, iwafojJiih, pum ciniphor, SwiUsr, Limbjrgsranlaapsiso neat thro' the mails should be left opsn at the end. Eggs are not mttiable unless they are fresh; and should their Income chickens in transit, they become the properly of the postoffice depirtment. "When ...

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 August 1884

jmA WeeMn Snteffaif lonfwiL ' VOLUME XIII. Inlraorjjourail W. I. WALTON. FubHhci Tuetttuvn nnd JTrUtttv; 83. OO XEIl .A.JVNUM. When paid ttrictlr In advance. If wo bare to wait aor tlu, 83.00 will ti chanted. SUNSHINE COMES TO-MORROW, Some days mutt I dark aitd dreary, Some lives mint Ire full of gloom, Somn hearts of llirlr eare must weary , Tltl tliey lng lor rest I ft the tomb. borne eyes mint grow illui from weeping, While otlifra are glad ami bright. 8unie waVi whlln otlirra are until morning light. 0, well far the hearts which sorrow, That the long. for rut draws near, And writ that the iua to-morrow May ahloe on the paths now drear. There are sunny Isles In Wheie the myrtle aii.l orange bloom, Unheeding the wIM oiuollon, Or the depth which uo ataia Illume. As those isle to the shipwrecked moral, Totted about on the ocean's treat, Bo the enlrara to llcatin'a portal Tellionljr of the endinti real. Grover Cltreland dwtiiac a lie. All honorable men abhor liar, thote who lies or r...

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 August 1884

m if a t Stanford, Ky., August 15, 1884 W. P. WALTON. It had to come. lh Maine candat of which e have bewi cojitiizint for year, U published in full in a Chicigo ppcr Boiled donn to n few words, the lengthy pHblicatton sets out that while James G Hfcune was a teacher in Col. Thornton Julinson's military school at Blue Lick, Ky , he seduced a young lady in Cal John- nn'a school at 3IiWer0urg. ine appear-once of the seduced soon becime the talk of Hip wction cd the result was the breaking up of both schools and the financhl ruin of Col Johnson. Mr.Blaine finding that the osuintry was gettirg to hut f r turn left tho Stule in an abrupt manner, and wis shortly followed br the woman, whom he was com pelted to make bis wife The difference between the scandals on the two loading candidate for the Presidency i that Blaine under a promise of rairriage, overcame the scruples of a voung woman, who yielded her virture to him, for which he made the only reparation in his power when forced to do ...

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 August 1884

Ol y I kin 31 uteri oroumHl J Stanford, Ky., Augu8tl5, 188-i l. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train colnj North .. (South,.., nxtrctlrlt" SoulU.... i " Norh ..... , 41 r. m. 1 (MS r. v. .. 10 A.M. ... 2 .16 A. V. The abate I elculll m atamtard time, timet about JO intliutea Guter toir LOCAL NOTICES. Hun Painth of Pann t McAM.tcr. T.rnitiQATi.NO olln of all kindi at Penny & .McAllster'a. HBAWjtTAKTriw for chool book at llitAK.) new block of over thins; In the Jewelry line at l'cnuy A McAlUlr's. KKirrXtdM of ready mixed paints for BprlcTK trlo at McKobcrtu A SIhrr'c. sVatcii , Clocks and Jewelry repaired and wsrnntcd l,T Penny t McAlUter. 'f hk hft Hwla Water In the cll at & McAlUier'r; iiisuln with pure rock candy ayrup and ilitoted with juirvet ruit uloen PERSONAL Mn. J. S. JIociCKit bin the linlarisl ferer. Jimhib U W. llnow.N is also pick, with fomrthine like the tlux. Mum Emjsa K.vnlrmax Km tm-n Mi ItoUf Pennington. Mk. Joiix Hi.aiv 1i been iuite ill with malarial fever, ...

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 August 1884

1 1 1 ! I CJu Stanford. - August 15, 1884 POLITICAL Meantimi, the tuud Bliuger vainly suppose that they are diverting the attention of intelli(?eni meu from the fact that a candidate fjr the presidency of the United States, while he occupied le political positions of trust, prostituted the influence gtyen him by the people for purposes of private gain, &7 b7 d7 ,h8 I'roof ot his shameful treaun, his sordid sale of in fluence for moner, are sinking into the national heart. The tattooing has eaten indelibly into Mr. Blaine's record, and the longerheUheld up before the peaple the larger becomes the number of voter who will ba convinced that the brand is ineradicable. Rwort aa his friends may to the futile poller of defamation, they can not obliterate the signature of his own namt to letters that write him down a huckster, who sold his influence for mony, and tried to barter bis coantryVs honor for a Peruvian guano heap When the recoids of the Federal Government are burned and their...

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. — 19 August 1884

1 V k r r sr Bte. .JfcX MkV lA. TAk. m7 ) nicviorournnl V. P. WALTON. hia i'lifiHihril Tin-ml ii vi "! w ftil.OO X33It ANNUJI ed Whrn paid strictly In advance. If wo line to wattanv time. 93. no will be chawed If STATE 30AR0 OF SUPERVISOR Oh TAXES. Announcement from W. II II Thompson To thelMltorof the Interior Journal. London, Lal'iiki. I'd, A tic 10. An your piper hi a w.do circulation over itie I'p 8tli CutiKrtesiotial District uf Kentucky, 1 ioi wish to announce, through it" tmtliutii, (hit I nm u ca.ruild.ite fur Statu Siipervisur ol Taxn, for aaid district, aiitjrctto Ihn dtcisiiui uf the ili'iuoriatlc pulr !t the primary ulcctiun, to he held of in mill district tin the litli of September, in proximo. I m In lit procure the mine of humlrnU cf tur democratic friends here nnd else where li an eiidurecmeni of my deinocrscj aud iiliflcatio' a nit r member ol the btattj Ilotnl of fciuperyimr cf Taxe. hul mjr pr aonnl acquaintance; with l lie democracy cf the coiintiei of Lincln, (....

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. — 19 August 1884

Stanford, Ky., The National Banks will August 10, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Thk mieerablc carter of Anp, the Jeflron couuljr murderer, who mcp cd from the licnitvutltrj lt week, endixl Hunilay nf lei noon In h corn fietil npr Lexington by a pcuse who hail got.e to capture luin He and hi comrade in crime, Theu. Grave?, hd been preying around upon the people, ince their and had forced a number of citizenn to hem food and money. Mr. Ctmell, a prom inent farmer, for hia own protection nd that of IU neighbor, raited a po.e and went in ptmuit of thtm He wag iume wfcat in Ndyanccoflhe pirij when lie (!: cevbiod the convicts. He had been irjfj along through the corn field, hut wten hfiiun them he trofe to his feet oniy to receive n bullet in hia forehead from the pistol of Grave, which killed him instantly. Alwp was also preparing to fire when of buckshot riddled them both Syclley them out forever. The ending of the fifndq was fit and proper but the Iom of bo Kood a citizen as Mr. U.iell is lr to ...

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. — 19 August 1884

f V fj rv" 2V r Stanford, Ky., August 10, 188'i .t N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hill trulngolnu North.. 1? 41 v. v. " Houlh . IMP, M. Kxprnitraln" Hmttli... in i. te. " " Norh..., 'J -. w. TIioIot U caletilitnl nn Mmi UrJ tint, Mlr timet .bunt JO lulnubM fter LOCAL NOTICES. IlrAixjtfAUTKiw furrcJiool liookij Rt Mo liobertx&StsKK. New kid of rvadjr mixed twinl foi itirlnf; tra Je At Mallnliprtu x HlnntV PERSONAL. Mis Katk Kiikmn, of Alum Hprirtfc, cumojrwirrujy lo vinit AHm Slli 1'cnny -Mim Mawjii; Mi Kohmito, of lVui. vtlln, in rUltloK her brother, John A. (.'a at II. C I'Anuen Mini wife rdi Mm. I. M Tliirii, Uuvlnxton, are at the Hoii'c. Mu.JtH S GlUMKN, oaohJer of (he Kliitbctliiown National 11 ink, H.rnt Sun. day at hi old home. -Mita Mauv I)i;ki.ai, of Dinvillr, nnil Iixif Drjr.sf IfuHtoiwille, rue KuIh of MIm I)iiire Htlluy. Mns C J. IUilkv returnnJ retards fr(UB Icnjtthjr vMt to the fiinilj of II jr. IUrrliii In Shelby oounly. Mr. A. V Kan, a iwjtn'nr yum Liwrvr, who hnn l.fffi hfr...

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. — 19 August 1884

J. Stanford, Ky., August 19, 1884 The Seal Life of the Alaska Waters. Prof. Elliott tell us that the fur-seals which rep lir to the St. Paul and St. GeorRe, of the Pribtilov Rroup, are In ntitubers almost fabulous. They go to fond to shed fur and hair and to breed. The of that region is classified under the head of fur-seal, sea-lion, the hnlr seal and the Of the true fur-seal the professor goei so far a to nay that there is no other animal known to man superior to this from a purely physical point of view and few creature exhibit so high an order of in Unci, approaching even to intelligence. A mala is in his prime at six or seven year, measures 6 to 7 feet in length and weighs at least 400 peunds, pome reaching COO pounds. The comparatively small head is almost all occupied by the brain; the large bluish hf zsl eyes alternately burn with a leveugeful, pwsionate light, then suddenly change to the tones of tenderness and good niture. "When it seek the land it U in its fttteu conditio...

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 August 1884

, ' f Stmt Heeili VOLUME XIII. wuMMRvmninM W. P. WALTON. VtibttHliL'it litemtttvn ticl VvltUiv, Sa.OO X'XUl When paid alrletly In advance. II we have to wait anv lime, 8a.no will t e esr 1 "V?r" THEM A LETTER IWt go to ' he theatre, toarert or bill, Bat atay In your rm DiDr)'wr"lllitliifrltii!i that rail, Ard (veal (wag letter ilt Wrl'S t the "1 f M '! t hawi, Wh all vtii the Jay Is J- at, With Il4e4 aattds ami doucat eyes, A l taluk at Ihe ibat aa. Pon't ae4ehly Ktlbble, Kicum say '. I'vt ueely ' 1V will,' Lt tlf bfodllif ItcijUl ,l! Wsk To asaay a Wf f a'.' . When Ibir Imi taalr ll "a1 rest. Ac J atr bfta was i prsyae Thtt Oo 1 wa ll I ! tkstr dttlcate babe To their ImiIw aa I car. Dua't lei that, stal tat you've no owe Wd Of their lra or aauaetl wit Tar tb heart gvwi t'raswly sensitive Waao ( ha ULhm4 Hi f It tutiht be "U ta W tlHNai heMiv Vaa atTtr toegu thees .jalte. That y " Pu' wl1 ' trr' La letters aaaw ta write Sai't lata that the yog jW'l; frlesvli, Who aWa remr patttae fa...

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 August 1884

m H i it i'F IK itanford, Ky., August 22, 1884 W. P. WALTON. We answer many question when wc say lbt the democratic committee for the Sih dhtrict fixed Saturday, Sept Gth for a election to nominate a candidate for OirgrCM. The voting is to he viva voce and "all geed democrats who have generally voted the democratic ticket are legal THtera and all jounp men who will he Humified volets at the November election ami declare an intention to net with the democratic party are quniifitd votera at ifefn election." The chairman of the county OKEiuittee is direcltd to cmrea oll to be opened iu each precinct of hi county on the dsy fixed, between the hour of 7 A. Jt . and 7r.M.,and three judged, reprecenta. tf t of the three teveral candidates before lfct party ehall be apjointd eo far a practicable at each polling place by him. The ' tuil books of each i rccinct are to be signed by the officer and returned to the chair man of each county committee as soon as piwwble; not later than the eccond ...

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 August 1884

T &' t 4R i i t Stanford, Ky August 22, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Uall uin Eulua Mortis. 12 . r. u. " 8oulh IMP. x. Emrenlrsln" South 1 (i a u. " Norli J tt k.tt. The above li entattatM an iUaJartl time, time I .MI JO w I mites (tutor Buy Penny. kiville, in viitirjc MIm Ixuana J a me Solur LOCALNOTlCES. your jtchojl books from Tate .A: I!uAiN(rAKTHiu forecliool hooka it Mo-Roberts rtSta.KV. Xi:wakadc? of ready mixed palnta for curing tra Je at .McltolnjrLi iv blagf:', Tate PERSONAL. Dk, It. K Framms, of Louiaville. w here yMterday, Mu. T. M pKX.NiNttTO.vi4 Title ick with the fever. Mini Sun Smick, of Louisville, in visiting Mr. Mollic Mrer. Mi Jkasik Co? by, of Hitrredtbar,:, in the of Mr. P. P. .Niintielley. MlMM. Klixa. AM) Maooic Hamm returned to I.otiUvllle Tuesday morning. Ml Mattik IIarlv, of Uorle county, U visiting Mie 1 Jllln nnd Su?ie liuchAHun. Col. A. M. Sworn and a paity of Lexington ladisw rated up to Crab Orchard Spring Tiiwday. Mhh. Mary McAiam, of I.exinRl...

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 August 1884

I if Stanford, Ky., - August 22, 1884 The Tail 01 the Ticket Whisks Aiound Verbatim reports of Gen. John Alexan-tier Losan'a speeches are printed in the uewepapern of the towns in central and western New ork. We get thus a new ani vivid conception of the eloquence of this extraordinary pereoo, of whom the Hon. EMU H. Robert recently remarked: "He possesses a fire and directness of (.ptech which electrify men and sweep away the gaudy rhetoric of dilettanti orators." Tho republican candidate-for Vice-President started it in "Watertown, where he had an audience of veteran soldiers. After insuring his hearers that "history does not record In any past time achievements so grand as were those of the loyal men who bore the banner of our country," Qen. Logan went on In this strain: "One of the grandest scene was, when peace was declared, when the war ceed, when the thunder of artillery were no longer neard, the meltinu away of the army in the paths of peace. In a short time, like one smooth...

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. — 26 August 1884

K '-4 Jfi 41 1141 41CWk VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 26, 1884. NEW SERIES.NUMBER.279 W. P. WALTON. JPubl I alt cd Ttirndnui unit Frlituv, 83.00 lI3It A.T11XUM When paid strictly la advance. K wi bare to wait aur tlmtf93.no will be charged. HUSTONVILLi, IJNCOLN COUNTY liro. Halo ia coniimilng Ma meeting at the Baptl't church, preaching morning nud nfgh'. Dr. Cix preached M thi CarUtUn church Sunday afternoon. Bihop ft AlklnV traction engine twin Is exciting at much Interest aa a circus. Ii progrM along the highwaya him been Uiiih far attended with no accident, The WeU Kuilrr arc mootlnir the expediency of onranliting a btll clnh for tl e purpooe of redeeming the reputation of lie couuty. The rnl objection urged is that the game can not be played titling A. large number of iriendi of ISh deceived Irotu thi p'ao and turroumlisg country the home oflila biyhood -attend ed thi obei'i!e of J .dg Hron on Son day. Ilia death tee mt to he deep! fnit and and sincerely deplored 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. — 26 August 1884

I nforu, Ky., - August 20, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Beast Bijii.eu is an exceedingly rich tain and like Maine. ol)lahicd liif lucie b the mot questionable of means. While In command at New Orleans he issued ft proclamation authorizing the soldiery to de troy all cotton found in the city or vicini ty after 10 o'clock on the morning of in lie. The. reason given for the order Was that he had heard that it was the jiurpote of the citixensto sell Ihecolton and me the for disloyal purposes Tne order of ooure produced great consternation and ery means of getting it out of the way a,i raorted to. M an opportune moment itne of liutler'a captains appeared upon the offend to pay nve cent per pound for it and auuiup all risks He wa on in pofseseiou of 20.000 hales and or dira were pieesiug in upon him faster than he could accommodato theni. After the chemehad been worked for all it wa worth, Butler recinded his proclamation, staring that he had been waited upon by tre most influential citizens, who h...

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. — 26 August 1884

i I i i t A r I ',V Stanford, Ky., August 2G, 188-i l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Will train com-North. 12 4 r. m. " " Houlh M I M r. M. Kznreatratn" Houllt 10 a. M. Norli a t i. M. Tliealtore Icleiil,lcd on standard time, Holir time 1 .thout V0 lulnutM faaUr LOCAL NOTICES. UtTY your echool books from Tale i: Venn j. HHAixitiAiiTEiH for echool hooks at Sic-Roberta &&Ugi;V. XEtvaXades of read mfxeil paint for itirliiR tra Jo at MoKobertn A fitaggV. Watchih and Jewelry repaired on nollco and warranted by Talo A Penny. A coMri.m: dock of jewelry, latent atjrlc. Itookfonl watche a tiitolalty. Tate A I'enuy PERSONAL. Miss I.urlla Hamkv went to Lexington jeatcrriay. Maj, Lihi.k and family, of Lebanon, are reeking health ot Hale'a Well. Mn. Thomas McHrv.voi.iH, of Deca tur, III , l Tititlntt Gilbert Cooper. Mr. J. A. Ciurr, a prominent young democrat of London, win here ycMerdaj. Mim MATTir. Hiiown returned with Mr George II. Uric from Lancaster and ia now her miit Mit II. C. Hkiwht hai ...

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. — 26 August 1884

I! it StinVMcthlDlnteriorlournal Stanford, Ky August 20, 1884 Interesting Information in Connecthn with Running the Government. The Interior Department is allowed a jcar for stationery. The Uiuean of Education costs Uucle Him for salaries $4 1 5S0 a year. 7ZZZ. The Governor of each ono of the Territories receives $2,600 per year. Fifty rive thermometer are Iiuuk around the Senate wings of the Cipitol. Special examiuations of National Hank plate cost Uncle Sim $2,000 per year. The nalaries and actual expenses of the Government this year will he $21,420,000 It requires forty-five hat-racks to accommodate the Senators and their employee. The printing and binding for Congrefa alone cost the Government $1,513,170 a Fourthotmnd dollars' worth of ice is us ed aonually in the Treasury Department. The War Department and it bureaus and offices u?e $30,000 worth of stationery ' a year. It requires ?l,S5O,000 annually to pay the Collectors and Deputy Collectors of Internal Kovenue. The offi:e o...

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 August 1884

jiemt - Heelli Intetiof loufnal VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FPJDAY, AUGUST 29, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 280. Cf W. P. WALTON. i'ubfninf 'JW(i iinl JFrUUtv, sa.ou X'EIt ANNUM. When pall strictly la advance. It w hire to wilt nr time, 83.50 will be charged. BLAINE'S METHODS The Essence of the Mulligan Letters. ''Your oiler to admit ma to i participation In tht new railroad enterprlie In In every respect it generous i I couM cxcl ur dlr ' "vx le of Mr. Caldwell dlln of a aliare of fall (uteris! tu m If h rtall dnlgcs to Jo to I wlih he would link tie proputitlon definite, so that I couM know Juit what to depend on. Perhaps II lit walti till tht full leTelupiucnt of tbe enterprise, be might grow reluctant to part with hlasbare, aall damtlby tblMea any dlitruii of hlui " "I da not feel that I shall trove deadhead In he enterprise II I oat embark In It. I t rsnit channels In which I know I can It ' You nk Me If I dm .led wltb the oiler yu uaJo o(a ihir lu jroor new railroad enterprise, (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. — 29 August 1884

m 4i Stanford, Ky UmeUe. jitalioscryand newspapers. August 20, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, QBOVEIt CLEVELAND, Or 2f kw York. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or lnDikiix. MECTOM FOR STAT AT LAIOK, BEN B. ROBBINS, W. B. FLEMING. DISTRICT ELECTORS, First Rhea Boyd, of McCracken County. Becocd Ctomwell Adslr, of Union County. S Khea, of Logan County. Fourth 6am B. Ikrrj.ot Marlon County. Bullitt, Jr., of Jrfferfon County. Sixth Leslie T. Aprlcgate.of Pendleton Co. Seventh Ira Julian, of Franklin County, highth O. N. Robinson, of Shelby County. S. SaTnge. of Boyd County. Tenth John P. Palycrs, of Morgan County. Elercntli Rollln Hurt, of Adair County. EDITOR'S DAY. Every dog has his and this is ours. Louisville, Ky , Aug. 28. Responding to the (jeneral Invitation extended by President Bennett H. Young to the press of Kentucky, supplemented by a personal letter to Tiait the city as the guest of the Great Southern Exposition, we took the L. & Express at...

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