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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 29 August 1884

r l i t f v. t Stanford, Ky R):w b. M. Ch.k, Jn , of Mercer, was bare thbi wtek with rtlalive). -Mr.. OiiuiiC. Kixt.Kn, Jk , i the letinkK n Htt. Mr. Wm. AVrkvc, i White county, 111., c vleitiwit at Mr. W K Amon'. Inu: V. aki W. B. Walhi.v took in ttia I.ilville Iw position tbi rretk. Mux Mattir !!om,V reiurmd fraK a viaii ic require n I.e)i on. Mil UMxi.ite PATTriinmn, n' rt, i r.aitini In M'tr, Mr. ) U Wle. -J!. .!.. DRX70.V and Mr. T A J 'tie, of IJEirtflr, art Mrr. It K. WirB Mk. AtroMw T. T. 1AVIKC,M1 Ik StuiUy ar.d Kittto Marlia are the LoilvIl). Kxilrtati. MR". lA'cr Onrr, rf Lnirlll, Mrf. John Tewmy atd R L flar, of Ihnviile, mm Ktiet cf Mre. C M Jucta I hi week. Mux. H C Parmu, Mre. B. A. Jenrt ami Mr. F. 11 Faratr, of Covington, are MOiMj: at the MTtre Heine for few (h?r. Maa IS O. KbyhoL!" and ob. IVcatur, III, t. rUitiai: lie r niee, Mn. I9.f5. I.ylUj and Ml Coniie Ooojier. Mim Kilk: WrAr.t! i vieittng at jrirlirf!le thl week and with Mr. John It. Jim atteaded iht Bjiptt...

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 August 1884

!f n iiwwm m rnumtAtrwe iihiijiwiuiiiii . . ,- iiiimibii I 9 itin'FSSiccljInlntcriorlonnta! Stanford. Ky.. August 29, 1884 CCllItEXT ITEMS. "-" UEKD3 are xruits ; woros aro but leaves. TnE clothes aro those which are lawn dried. TVn have heard of singing fish, and ho avoften seen a bass drum. It is absurd to supposo that a man can speak abovo his breath, since his mouth is below his nose. Galvix Touts, of Bedford, Ind., drank a gallon of whisky every day for a month, and then died. " Mebcedes," the namo by which the Spanish baby has been called,' corresponds with the good, old-fashioned "Mercy." An ingenious locomotive engineer has just patented an improved "spark arrester." Here is another enemy to tho coin-so of true love. Another poet comes forward and says "Aud I hear tho hiss of a scorching i kiss." Beats all what a mau can hear if ho is only mean enough to listen. Tnn will of the lato H. M. Spofford, contestant of the seat of Senator Kellogg, of Louisiann, shows that ho owned ...

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. — 2 September 1884

t Sma -H V. P. WALTON. rubUnhcd Tunarfriun mi Friditvr 09,00 XEIl Whan paid ttrlctly la advaoce. H we have lo wall riT lime. SS.nS will I chant J. "oo Many Lawyers and Doctors The Albany Extning Journal, in thr comae of n article upon the oiftcrowtllmr of tlio Injal profmion, presents ome Gg urea which are fslrlf atartllnjr. Il affirms that nre 10.000 lawyer in lh Hint of Ne York alone, while in all Ore-it Ilrltain ncl IrtUnd, with a imputation of nearly 37,000,000, there are onlj ab.ut 12 000 lawor In the United Stale, with a population In ro'iml nninbcrit of 50 000, 000, them are G5 GOO lawyer, and the. nimi her increalnz efry year To num it tip, there ia one iiwynr la e?erf 3,000 people in (Irett Hrittau, and one to errry 80 - in the Unites! Stale. Th it there in work enough of a leKitl mute kind for all these lawyer it in jbunl to cliim. It U Inipr.slble for Ihem all to make an honeat livinje. There are lawyer, and theec are the nvw eminent, hut ther are few. The larger claai ma...

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. — 2 September 1884

I lflford Ky., September 2, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. .The Southern Expoiilian I indeed a thing of beauty and will be a jot for a mnnth and a half (o comr . The manage xne nt, under the direction of it Irdefatiga ble Preaid!nt, Bennett H Young, has left ntHliinij undone to make il comprehend ve, auractlte and inMiuciiye, and how well it Las fucceded, a ramble through It Hpscloii Lulls sud grounds would inipiua with wonder even the most aceptical of the directors of a romewhat Mtuilar under tnktng in a rival city a hundred mile or no ap the river. Though le?a than two weeka opon, the attraction are an great and in aome respects superior to the great exhibition of last year, even at the h'ght of its nerow, and the cry is Rtill for i;ace The exhibits embrace cverjthirg, displayed in the moat attractive manner and the eccne, vhen lit up with it thousand of electric Iihta and animated by the presence of to twenty thousand happy-looking aa it was when we were there Tuurdy nitwit, was one of jor...

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. — 2 September 1884

ScmHIHctMu itfmor$0urntil Stanford, Ky., September 2, 1884 - l. AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train gotnii North - .. U 16 r. u. South.... ..... 1 M l M, Exnre.alraln" Mouth.,.. ........... 10 X. M. Noth ... ...M. s U it. M, . TbaattoTo li ailtulaUvl uu ilaudard time, HoUr tluul 4 lout 20 minute hilar LOCAL NOTICCS. IJL'V youl achool books from Talo A Penny. IIkaikjitaiiteus for achool boots nt Mo ItobcrUASUiTKV. Nrwahades of ready mixed paint for (tiring trnle at Mcltoberta A SIkk'. Watchfh nd Jewelry repaired pti aliort nolice mul warranted by Tate A Penny. A t.ok of jewelry, lntwt alylu Itackfonl watches n rjieoialty. Tale A 1'eDtl. PERSONAL. Mm. JohnS. 1 1 ihi it rs arrived from Hxkc&stlc Spring Halunlay. Mit. W. (I. MclCi.x.fcv, of Itiohtnonil, spent Hundaj with the will foil. Geouob 1'mkv and JwMeJAuion left for Georgetown College, yesterday. Mn Julia Ckaio Dunn, of ia visiting her abler, Mr. J. K. Ilrucc. Mlt ANnMHS F V SAI.TKIt.of (Ja.are the goerta of Mr. and Mm. Mikt K.kin...

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. — 2 September 1884

Stanford, Ky., - Soptomber 2, 188-i A New and Startling Intention, nn,Ur ihA utioTB headiiiir tbe New York Mail and Erpreu describes a uow railway improvement which certainly has the u nfnnln. Tt i hellered to be the in- rcntlon of Major Bundy, editor of the abore journal, notwithstanding he credile Its of Connecticut. The frequent attempts of reilway trains to pans each other on the same track have been so uniformly with disastrom that it has become to be the belief that the feat is impossible, and that engineers will do well to deslut from further florta to accomplish it. To the ordinary mind it seems inevitable that if trains approach each other on the same track, and do not slacken their speed, a colliiion must insue. But there is a man in Connecticut whoie mind is not ordinary. Of coue we do not mean by such a slate, stent to insinuate that the Nutmeg State pMiesses only one man gifted with extraordinary nietiUt endowment. The woods there are full of them, hut so far as heard f...

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 September 1884

tmi - HIi VOLUME XIII. ntcriorounm( W. P. WALTON. i'libioinf Tttrmtttvn Mini 83. OO l331l A.NNU.M When paid strictly lo advance. II w har 10 wait an time, 8a.no will I rhitw t POLITICAL Gov. Hendricks say of Mr. Cl-eel mil: Not loni: since I mails 1)10 niiainim,. of Got. ClereUnd. I found Mm efltil nut courteoui; clear iiml distinct in hi views, nntl strong and ilirrct in tint eiiti nion of hi purposes, I a sreinrd In 111- free from concealments hiid the art of ih ilrmacnu'iip m aiir luin I kno. A far I ciilil indue from a pintle ronritiliii, 1 thought him in a mar It ml tlerer ei in hi official life br his cuiiYiciion duty. You do not expect him lo soil critici'iu iiK)n till illicUl lift; that on liardlr be the fortune of any candidate. Touching that I beliefe hi motive hnv. not been Inipuicned, nor hi honesty In respect to hi private life, not accomptnj hi defamer in their search for ground of acculiin back of tie overwhelming vimlioation br hi neinh bors, In three H)liltcl conten...

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 September 1884

sflford, Ky., - Soptember 5, 1884 W. P. WALTON. THEeTldencenguirnt JlainegroHai)dno euruulnUa and thm? la now not a semblance . f a doubt that he seduced Mi?s Hlnnwood. All the old people renumber the ccsmhl it created end how it broke up tv nourishing rchuols. A suspicious circunHtance haa jut come to light in connection with the tomUtcne of Blslne'n oldest child Until rrwintly it recorded Its birth as occuring JTuDe 18, 1S51, but the lettering ban b?eti oirefulljr chiseled off, no doubt to hide the l facts in cane, for it Is on record that BUicedid not marry Miss Sisnwooil until March of the came y.af, RNine had much lw iter have said when the scandal wax sprung on him, as did hi worth; oonipeifc or, ''Tell the tiuth," instead of putting on theninof :i ttuceuian and shouting: 'J will defend tie honcr of my family with my Tery life if necdu bel" Had he have aid when it was published, "Yrs, gentle . men, I did reduce Harriet Stanwood, but I MiiMequently made what repiratinu I cm Id ...

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 September 1884

nitricroumal Stanford, Ky., Scptombor 5, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train coin North. 12 4S r. u. " Houth. 1 56 p. m. Kiprttlratn" Houth... 10 a. v. " " Norh m - JfOi.M. The aoore li cutculatol on aUmlanl (Imp, Molar tluiel .itoiit 20 mlnutot rlor LOCAL NOTICES. Ilt'V your fcLojI book from Tnlo ft enny. HKAixnTAiiTKiifl forechool books fit Mo NEtf nKadra of truly mixed palntu for nvtiiig iraae at Mcnoberu BtagKi1. Watches ami Jewelry ropaireil on aliort notlco and warranted by Title A IVniiv. A coMi'LETK utock of jewelry, latent atylp Kockfonl walchca n apecialty. Tate rciiny. PERSONAL. Jim Hr.vntA.vcK h the ferer. lift. AND Miih. Lankino liUHllDWd arc Tlallinx at Capt K T. Hchlor'. Mil. J. C. Fi.OKK.vcr. ami family are vUltlni rtlMivra in Nelnon courty. Mi Mosm D hr.vonr. ban relurnfd from a vWt to her clMr at CmiibolliiTille (Ieokok Dt'NK and Herrey Helm bate matriculated at Centra) Udtreraity, Itlch mond Mil. J. K Mount and family, o( Lv Krann, ate rimting Mr. and Mra. ...

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 September 1884

x Stafford, Ky., - Soptember 5, 1884 Yfl C0CF. Kis Walsingham wan walking up nnil slown her boudoir, with the oa ligbts upon her golden hair, nnd her rose-colored ailk dreu trailing noftly over the velvet carpfct as she woved a girl wbojc Rrectful awayins: tep kept a eort of alow time to iLe tick of the Swiss clock on ita bracket. Ueatrico Walalnjjham was very loFely, with ahininjr, rippled trcse?, dark-gray em and Htraight feature, aurh a the girl of long aj:o might have had; but littla Daisy Milford, in tho corner, was quite ditlerent dark nnd brilliant and tiny with a. red-ripe mouth and drooping and cheeka wherd the roes burned vividly if you did but look at her. "Bight o'clock," ami Beatrice, glancing fit the Swi clock. "He should havo been here half nn hour no." "I euppoio he wan delained," raid Mica Daiay, adjusting the folds of her wine colored poplin drew. "You are too exacting, Cousin Beatrice A tnin like Paul Darcy can not be controlled and questioned like a child." "No,"...

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. — 9 September 1884

petit - wttttn 96 . . f . - o T U ' ' n. -, I JT -. 11 Pf' 4 An A: - LwCJ' jputnor Jlllttftllil VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 18S4. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 283. w. P. WALTON. VuUllthctl Tuenlav (itul friiiavH, Sa.OO XEH ANNUM When paid strictly In It we hare lo waltanr time, 93.00 will be chanced, The political downfall of Bos Mahon ionrnrat hand. That old Virginia will crush him in Norember, no well informed man iu regard to the cany' in lhat State entcrtaina a doubt. Not onljr the true democracy are tRalnst him to a man, bnt the? are hacked iu the good work by thousands of hi former sutiiiorter. The Hrookljn Eajtt truly sars; ''The political Rlt'iation in Virginia U full of encourage ment forall hellereM in drcencr in poll tin nnd in gorernment. All the indications point irrfsiitiblj to the con elusion that the people of the Old Dominion hare result e4 t deal a death blow to the fuperuiicy of Mabone and his. fellow buccaneer at the coming election. It it now quite cl...

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. — 9 September 1884

8t6nford, Ky., SoptemberO, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Cor. James Bennett McCreary, The democratic nominee for Congress in the 8th district, was born July Stb, 1S38, in Msdieon countj, where lie has sjnee made his home. His ancestors on both sides were from Virginia and took part in the trials and hardships of the early settlement of Kentucky and served it well, both in and out of office. Graduating with distinction at Centre College at the early age of 18, he immediately chose the profession of law and after a fall couree in the law college of the University of Tennessee, carried off the knnora in a clang cf 47 and delivered the .lHintorv address. He returned to Rich mond and opening an office, soon succeeded in establishing a tine practice. At the be ginning of the war be assisted in raising a regiment for the Confederate service anil wu elected maior. Afterwards he was made Lt. Colonel of the 11th Kentucky cavalrv in which position he served with distinction till the close of the war unde...

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. — 9 September 1884

i T nMfwvrwfWfrcmp ntfneronnml Stanford, Ky., September 9, 1884 f l,& N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train toliU Nnrth .. 12 44 r. u. twuth 1 t4 r. M. Kirmilraln1' fouth . 10 a.m. ' " Morli 1 H ... u. on time, (julir tlmel .tlmut 30 inliiul AMlar LOCAL NOTICES. Hrv ;our solioul books from Title & enny. IIkaihiitahtbhs for school books at Mo Huberts i'.S talc's. Nnwskade of ready mixed point for BUrini: IraJe at MoKoberls A Hii:k'- WiTt'iim and Jewelry rehired on short no'ire and warranted br Titr fc Penny A complete tork nf JMteirjr, li'ct strle Hrckfcrd watches specialty. Tal A Penny PERSONAL, Mi" HnLi.i: Kjot went to Iinlrvtlle yesterday. Miw T.J. lOLEY in vlslllrij relntivir in Washington county. Mis DaihY IluiiNHtir; Ins pone to via-it relative in Lanrttr. Mb. W. M. "BrUn, ;gt nt Ciah OreHnnl, bere ytfterdav. Mum. CJ Hal ley ami Mrs Kureilas Held bare returned frnm Ioulsvltle MwH. Ki.kanam Ilruit, of IV body, Knas, la visiting Mr K E Harrow Mu. J C. MiCianY, of niHiri, Kr", 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. — 9 September 1884

n(criorourn ! Stanford, Ky., September 0, 18S Brief Comicalities. Time may obliterate the hovels sod make them Mansion; It may nho make cliris tiiOB iunerii and poor nin millionaire'; but it can never take away the man by the grocery atore, who hai jmt been reminded of an adventure he had during the war and which he would like tc relate to the crod. "Can dog find their way home from a Ion distance?" auks an exchange It'a f c cording to the dog. If it'n one you want to et rid of, ho cau find hid way back from California. If it' a good one, he's cpt to get lost il he goes around the corner. Why was Noah the best broker of olden timea? He could float more atock than any other man and had the entire stock nurket under hia control. A lady who had just returned from eaid to a friend, "You onght to hear thetu hwffand chawfTat our American war N of talking over there, you know." 'Oh, well, we cm ataad it," aaid her friend; "we cm larfl an! chirff at them when they come ovet here." Little Bi...

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 September 1884

enu - Wee lit Jttf efin lonttmL VOLUME 111. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 284. V. P. WALTON. i'tibllHlicil TitrmtauH and h'rltlav, 03, OU iEIt ANNUM When ll J strictly Id advauce, If we have to watt any time. S3.no will be charted . Things Worth Knowing. Hcswax and alt will nuke your riiMtr an clem and smooth aa elvn Tin a lump of wax in a rag and keep it fur thai purpose. When tbe lrrm aie hut rnli thrui Ural with the was rag, mill then rcoiir them with a paper or cloth tprlnkled with rill, When conking null M hefore cocking add a little vinegar to the water; it implores the fish. Steel kniven which are not in general ue may be kept from rustini; if thrr are dipped in a lts)ng solution of snia, one part water to four of noda; then wipe dry, roll in tNnnel and keep in n dry place. Fish uwy be scaled much easier by dipping into bolllnR water about a inintile. For "treaninn" the griddle, cut a white turnip In halve and rub the griddle with 11. It causes ...

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 September 1884

,i o yvflP)fjtwHMWMUWHMBgwi tAnford, Ky., - September 12, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOU I'ilESIDENT, OBOVER CLEVELAND, Ok New York roil VICE-PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF INDIAN!. roil coNoiiKss, GOV. JAMES B. MoOREARY, Or iUuiiON Adistatcii in the Iltalun iW from Portland, Me., churls tint Mr Maine i directly responsible for tho publication of tae rcandil on Cleveland KtuI bIiow lli.il thti complexion wag given to the csmpiiKn by Mr. Blaine's pergonal friend and cam itaigu managers sfier full concuKition with Ilia. The evident intention va to divert attention from Blaine'd venal public record mid bjr opening a camviign of ncandtl, endeavor to divert the public wind from the Mulligan letters nnd o her evidence of his line of public office for pergonal prufit. If KUine did really luggesl uch a couree, the democratic papers, while otuitiiiti; at no time to (how up hi public record, should Lecp it constantly before the minds of the people, that he seduced Harriet Htauw...

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. — 12 September 1884

K r" jk v1 i .cmr Stanford, Ky., Soptorater 12, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train going North,, ..12 tn r. m. 8nu tb. ... l M r. m. Earn si rain" fuiitti.. .10 A.M. ' " " Norh ..2 M a.m. Ttioabofo Is calculated nn standard time. Holar timet ..bout 20 minutes LOCALJOTICES. Hov your school lawk, from Tate A cuny, Hr.AiHjirAHTCiu fornchool book, nl Mo Kobert & NEvrkade of roailjr mixed ftfiinta for npring trade at McKobertA A SibkkV. Watoiith and Jewelry repaired on short notice nnd warranted br Tote A Penny. A comi'I.ftr ftock of jewelry, otyle. Kockford watche n epecialty. Tate A I'enny. PERSONAL Mlt. J. H. 1'AXION ban tbe ferer but It aouicwbat better. I'.J. Sau.ndeks, of tbe Harrodnburu IKMtofllco, i. in town. Mi.hh Katk (J m mm ban gone on a to frienda in Dtrullle. Mk. Guoikic V. Hiikiiit in attetidlni.' Conference at Mt. Sierlinir. Mahtkr Jimmy IlKAzt.cr, of U with 1m Mr. Hue Klu.rt. Mil. Lizzie Smith and niecr, Mi Illanche Maeoniieltoer, of Danrillc, have been tbc U...

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 September 1884

Stanford, Ky., - Soptember 12, 18S4 Letter From the Late Moses Wright, Who Died in Wayne County in 1873, Nicholasville, Kv., Sept. 1SS4. To the Editor of the Interior Journal I enclose to you for publication a very intereittojr historical letter I received teen yeira ago from the late Moe Wright, who w a brave Vlratnia eoldier in the war of 1812 and a resectable citizen of Wayne county, Ky., for more than fifty yeara. The letter was not written with a view of publication, yet it contain some very intereitlnn historical facta about his own'erIceJ during the elege of Fort Sandusky and the heroic defense made by Col. George Croghau, that I have thought its publication in your truly independent a-per would greatly interest many of his dependents now living in Wayne and Clinton counties, Ky. The letter is a brief record of his heroic eervicea In the war of 1S12 and the services he rendered his country during the recent struggle between the .North and South. Such a letter U worthy of publ...

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. — 16 September 1884

Semi - IrmIi Mktwi al mtffl VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 285. W. P. WALTON. I'ttbllahcil Ttiemlaun tttnl Frltlav, 83. OO l331fc ANNUM When paid itrletly In adrance. If w lure lo wilt ur time, 82.no wilt be charged NO THANK YOU, TOM. They met, wbtn tbjr were girl and hoy, doing to school one day, AdJ 'won't you Ink mt dcarf" Waa ell that he could lay. 8be bit tier UtlU plnnforp, Clow to hit tide ih ci in", She whispered, "No1 no, think you, Tom," Hut took It nil theiame. Tbey met one diy, I lie solfMtue way, Whin ten twin yeart litil flown; HnilJ: "I've nothing but my heart, But tbt li jouri tlene." "AdJ wou't jou tike iujt hear If" h titd, A nit called ber by tier ratue; She bluihrd in I uld "No, think you, Tom,' Hut took It ill the time. AnJ twentT, tblity, forty yeari, Hire brought tbem care acd Joy, She bit tb llltle cc-lop tllll, He iti ber when a buy, "I've haJ no wealth, twel wile," says be, I'se nerer brought you fame," Hbe whispe...

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. — 16 September 1884

& jtinw mknmasnaaextPiaaBiereKBevumiamtiumv Itwtford, Ky., - September 10, 1884 W. P. WALTON. By a Tote of S10 aye to 87 naj, in iU mass meeting Friday night resolved "That we, the democratic republican gtueral committee of the city iir.dcouuty of New York, in Tammany 1IU assembled, ratify and indorfo the nomination by the national democratic convention keW in Chicago July 10 1SS1, for Grover Cleveland, of Now York, for "Vice Pieiident Thotuiw A. llendricks, of Indiana, and hereby pledge ourselves to the enrneHt and cordial support of the candidate fo nominated." Grady made a red hot vetch denounceioj: Cleveland and de- Glaring hid allegiance to Butler, "the jurist, felditr, etalctnun and patriot." He had m use for a hangman and perhip! therein lies the whole secret of his opposition. 2Co (kief ever felt the linltfr draw with good pinion of the law, nor of tho hangman either, and it U not to be supposed that Grady ia an exception to tho rule. The republicans having charged rfuru...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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