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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 16 September 1884

4b t K t Intcriorlonmal Stanford, Ky Scptombor 10, 1884 l, AN. LOCAL TIKE CARD. Mali train going Korth.. 12 M r.u. " Mouth l K !, u, Excre strain" South...'. 10 a.m. i Norh j J a. M. Theabofe Is calculated on standard tluir. fcolar tlmo 1 4botit 20 iuIiiuIki faster LOCAL NOTICES. JlUV your pchoul book from Tate A eriny, HEADQtrAHTEiw for tchool bookn at Mc- KobertaAStaKR1'. New k.ailea of reaily mixed paint, for miring traJo at McKoberta cc Stage'. Watchks ami Jewelry repaired on liort nollco mill warranted bf Tate & Penny. A complctk flock of jewelry, Intent Ktyle. Kochford watche. a ijiecialty. Tate A Penny. PERSONAL. Mn Jao F. Wam.i.v, of Rickcastlr, Ii in town. Mit. ami Mm. H. P. Ktaoii went to Cincinnati jreaterday. Mni. Ai.ick CiiOYti went to PrVarllle to rilt relative jetrrday. Mm J. M. Wiiay returned from IlloomiuRton, III., Snturdsy. Mauii: Hkaley ha gone to LouIktIIIb to Tlnlt her elrteri. Mu ToMMr.tcAi.rhaa returned from p vint to bin aweetheart at Cincinnati. Miw. W....

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. — 16 September 1884

Wl K, Staatord, K$, - September Id, i8Si The Stoty of a Sculptor's Love. Same year ago there raided in the city of Lexington, Kentucky, a young woman who had just Menped over the boundary line bstween girlhood and er.ile rotors. anhood, named Mary Saiitliers. Wth a form more on the order of Yost- loan with nature's perfect art, lithe and willowy, swaying with unconscious grace when in motion, a step lifht nnd free, hsir fine as silk and resembling bleached gold, eyea blue as the ky of May and beaming innocence and trust, cheeks rounded and faintly tinged,. "e'en as the Cither ine pair, the aide that's next the sun," lips like a cleft rosebud, sweet, dewy and a Tolce full of music and it laugh fresh from a pure virgin heart, that haunted one's ear as the echo haunts the belfry ft woman that stood apart from all other women by virlure of a besuty no other woman poesesaed. Such was Mary Smithers when Joel Hart a young stone tnasanof Clark county came trudging down to Lexington in searc...

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 September 1884

VOLUME XIII. MMnMHMHMMMMMIIWIfimn W. P. WALTON. rubllHhcil Tttcmtnu uml JFrttlav, 89. OO 1M3R ANNUM When paid strictly Id adrance.. If we hare to watt nr time. 8a. no will be chanted. Stepped Oft atNiagra Falls. K nun, (fetulng about alily year" of ne, mi telling the people Id the wall Inn-room at the Tlilrd Street Depot that he hnJ Wen Hint to old Mawaciimetla to nee h!a nUtere, and that on hlo way bick he atoppetl off at Xitgra Fall. "That the place I never ttr," remarked a woman with a poke bonnet on. 'You dIJn'i? Well, you're miMetl the aufulleet fight on earth! I was jeat "What I. It like?" ehe alceil. "Well, there' a rUer, nnd the falle, an1' loti of hole! and nereral Injun, and the I riilal veil, and land onlr known what elce If me old woman had a been along ahe'd hare wlltel rlht down." "There'a water there, I aujipGae?'' "Oh, heaps of it. It pour and thunder and roara and foam and hump around in tho terribleat manner. You hare bit on a iu a piece of pie, haven't rou?' "No, ...

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 September 1884

turd, Ky., - Soptember 19, 1884 W. P. WAIiTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB PHUsIDMiT, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of Nkw Yuhk. FOB TnOMAS A. HETTDRICKS, OF lULHA.NA. KtKCTOM FOK STA.TK ATLABOE, BEN ti. KOBBINd, V. B. l'LEMING. DISTRICT SLHCTOM, Klrst Iltaca Hoy J, of Mccracken Count y. Adtlr, of Union County, or ln$tn Countr. Fourth ani B. Herry.ot Marlon County. Tlftn J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jefferson County. Sixth Leslie T. at l'endletou Co. eotefllli Ira Julian u rcmklln County. N. KoUn.ir.ofshclbj County. ITlBth S.S. SaT.ge of B yl County. T-nth JoLn 1. fcalycrs, of Jtorban County. Eleventh Bollin Hurt, of Adair County. FOB CONOREsS, .GOV., JAMES B. MoCREARY, Op Jluil1 'QTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. " -Cholera U not incre.HMis in Europe. A terrible flood jtrcVBil near Gerona, in ."pi in causing low of life. -John G. Carlisle vrai nominated b acclimation Ht Falmouth Tuesday. refuses to aiccpt the mediation f any foreign power ani Kill fight China, HarH'e apecchei in Irrfiana are eaui to hare nnt'ed th...

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 September 1884

iiwwiiiiuiJAiuiiuiMuiiiwBi.ujuPij i.uLijjji.iJwiiwy.fci'ux.iJJU'.tgrirs Stanford, Ky., Sopterabor 10, 1884 l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Uall train going North. 12 41 p.m. oouin i ok r, M. Eipy.tlralri" South .. 10 A.M. f i Norn ... 'J SO A. M. The iboro l calculated on standard time, Holar tlinel jiiout 20 mluutct rtitur LOCAL NOTICES. IU'V your eohoal books from Tuto ft enny. IlKAiHjuAnTnits for pchool books at Mc- Robert Asians'. NctvaUade of ready mixed palnta for erring trade at McRoberlaA StsggV. WATCitwt and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Tale & I'enny. A comi'I.kte clock of jewelry, latest etyle. lloclford watchoa a epecially. Tate & I'euny. PERSONAL. Tiik editor ban been absent aince Tuesday. Ei.i). V. L. Wiluajii, of Huatonvillc, ia in town. Joikib W. It. Caumk returned from Cincinnati lait night. Mit. F. J. Campiiku., of llsckoantle Spring, wan here till week. Mi.tniui li C A mxjiin and J.C. Jaclc aon, of IxhhIoii, were here yesterday. Mim. Wm, Kami a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 September 1884

ft J$& Stanford, Ky., f - September 19, 1,884 THE CURFEW HEROINE, It lacked half an hour of curfew toll. ... .... I il. .. The old bell ringer came trorn unuer uie battled roof ol his cottage etoop and etood with uncovered head in the clear, air. He had grown blind and desf ia the service, but his arm was as inuscuUr as trer, and he who listened thlediy marked no faltering in the heavy metalic throlu of the cathedral bell. Old Jaier had lived throueh many changes. He had tolled out hU note of mourning for jtcod Queen Has and with tears scarcely dry had rung out.the glad tidings of the coronation of Janier. Charles I. had been crowned, reigned and expiated his weaknee before all England in Japer'a time, and now he who, under the army, held all the commonwealth in the hollow of his hand, ruled as more than a monarch, and ntill the old man with the habit of a long life uj;on him, raDg his matin and vesper. lie was moving with a slow step toward the gate, when a womsn came in hurrie...

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. — 23 September 1884

& rsuTissKx W Mr Q7 Vi vm , .) CTi . 1J i flv una) Willi Ki TutMr? jwijg, " nnpntu VOLUME XIII. W. P. WALTON. rubt lulled TitcmlavH untl M'rlitiiun, Wbn pttJ strictly In aJTanro. K we biro to waltanr time. 82.no will t chaKad. POLITICAL Tho publication of lilaine'a letters to Mulligan nnd touchirg the Tort Smith & Little Itock railroad, or of that portion of the correspondence not hitherto lniil before the public, aiTorda the moat proof of hid diahonortbio in connection with that entei prate It in true that the leading facta of -the ca were already known, hut the new letter Kreatljr increase the evidence against 1)1 in and thow to what depth of drrwMlon he descended in order to inaure hi the enterprlne yielding lilin the liaanoial prcfita ho deaireJ. Tho incraaant appeal the urgcacy of hi' languair.ii and the manner in which Fiahor in more thin one instance, replies to hi inic rtntti tie givea to the correspondence a mwt ex traordinary character. Si. Louia llepul. lican. The...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 September 1884

yrd, Ky., - September 23, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Vi'k give on our firat page Blaine' f how iind w ben Harriet Btanwood became hiii wife, which we aek our readers, both democratic and republican to read carefully nnd rce if they can any loiter hold a doubt that he Reduced her. It haa not occurred to us that this matter should tak nnv ereal nlace in the diacuasion of the &U.m of Blaine for President until wo read this silliest, flimsiest and thinest lie ever concocted nnd published for reasoning people o believe. He first states that he was married without license in the presence of a few irusteJ frimds, taking care not to r.j who performed the ceremony v That a year or so afterwards, learning that a license was required to msko a marnase legal in Kentucky, he went to Pittsburg, Pa., and ws married again, this marn'age oc curring but two months prior to the birth of his first born. Singular indeed was it lhat neither he. the parson nor his trusted to go to work. Cleveland and Hendrick...

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. — 23 September 1884

4 V Stanford, Ky., Soptorabor 23, 18S4 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali train nolnjNorlh.. IJ in p, ,,, Houm 1 r. m. Kxfret strain" Houth ..,. in a.m. ' " Norh , JKi.u, TIiobIxjtp li calculated ou aUuJard time, Holar time I About 20 mlnutos fatter LOCAL NOTICES. Hur your rchool books from Tnte A enny. llEAiMjUAHTCiia for echool book nt Mt Kobert8AHtnKKV. Nr.w aXadea of reftJjr mixed jisintu for (prtOR tritJe at MoKobert A HtagR'a. "Watch ra mh! Jewelry repaired on oliort notice and warrnnted lijr Tate t IVniiv. A coMn.rrr Mock of jewelry, iatwt ntyle. Kookford Katclien a specialty. Tate i& Penny. PERSONAL. Miw.T. K KutTi.r.v nnd children re-turned to Texan ytdterdny, Mn. J. W. IIaydkn U back from Cincinnati, with dead loadiiof fall good. Mil. I'. and daughter, MrK. W. L. Dawaon, went to LouNvllln jwter day. Mils. A. H. I'iwnv and Miw Palllc have returned from n visit to the Southern Ilxpoeition. Mn. Walter W. Owsi.kv. who haa been nick a loo lime, wm considerably woroe yeaterdar. Mim ...

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. — 23 September 1884

Stanford, Ky., - September 23, 1881 BLAINE. Some More of the Mulligan Letttrs. fCONFIDESTIAll "WASHINGTON, April 10,1876 Mr Der Mr. Fisher: You can end 1 know it do ine a very great favor, will give you pleasure to do eo, Just as I would do for you under similar Certain persons and papers are trying to throw mud at we to injure my candidacy before the Cincinnati and, you may observe, they are Irrlcg it In connection with the Little Tock & Fort Smith matter. I want you to tend me a letter such as the enclosed draft. You wilt recede this tomorrow (Monday) evening, and it will be a favor I shall never forget if you will at once write me the letter and mail the eame evening. The letter is strictly true, is honorable to you and to me, and will stop the mouths of slanderers at once. Regard this letter ai strictly conBdential. Do otshowitto any one. The draft is in the hands of mv clerk, who is as as anr one can be. If you cau't get the letter written in season for the 9 o'clock mail 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. — 26 September 1884

jfenti Weelli 8g? JT 2, a lintfnal. VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., EEIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 26, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 288: nltriorouriutl W. P. WALTON. H'J.OO lJ3Il A.THSXJ2H Wnaa paid trlctljr la adrsnce. If we hare to wall any Ume, 82.no will to cbnrwd. A Few facts About Cannibalism. The frightful Morjr of tho extremities to which the Grceljr lrtjr were reduced In desolate reglona of the North Pale has caused considerable dlscusMon of the of cannibalism. Many eminent arch ipologist assert that without any Jouht the primitive ancestors of nil race of men were cannibal, nnd it lin. taken a considerable time and very iolcnt argument to induce tho Fiji Islanders to dltpeoee with their favorite diih of human lleeh. King who waa feted ly the (J leen and tho aristocracy of England a few year ago, wis an inTeterate cannibal until a rhott time before lit risit to Europe and invented many refined method of cruelty toward hi unhinpy prisoner', while they were yet allre, in order that his caitronom...

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 September 1884

Stanford, Ky September 20, 1884 W. P. WALTON. It Ih to be regretted that the bueinesj riTolryof tho Lotiisrille papers has had the eflect of o itirrlDg up popular against convict labor outride of the prison ait to cause contractors to refuse to to bid for It at all. The letting of tho convicts to hire waij advertised for this week, bnt the day came and no proposition. The lease of C. R. Mason & Co , expires on the 30th, when it is understood they wilt Rive up their contract and the remit will be the return of GOO convicts to the penitentiary and tho crowding of 1,200 into 5TS0 cells. The State owns none of the machinery in the building, so this army of convicts will have to be idlo or $20,000 be immediately expended for the necesary plant to uie them to any advantage and the treasury la empty! If the Legislature shall be con voiced to consider the matter it will cost $150,000 and an additional tax of 10 cents on tho dollar will have to be levied. Last Bpring when the question of...

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 September 1884

8 . 4- V I Stanford, Ky., Sopteralor 20, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CtflQ. Mall trsln going North 12 if, r. m. " Houth. ...1 M P. M. ExDrnitraln" 8outh.. .10 A.M. " " Norh.. ..2 tS A.M. ThcabOTe li ealcutated on ntandard time, tioUr Muio I ,ilout 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. Uov your echool bookn from Talo & cony, IlBAlxHTAriTCns for echool books at Mo Roberta A Slagg'. Nr.wakailea of rcndj mixed patnta for FPrioR trade nt Mcltoberta A Statu:'. Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Tn(o & Penny, A cOMrr.KTE Mock of jewelry, latent etyle. liockfnrd natche i specialty. Tate A; Penny, PERSONAL. Mjw II. W. I'owriw went to Cinclii' nat! Tueiday. J. W, Alcoii.v, IiQ., went up to the oliHerV reunion nt London. Mil. T. F. Si-im; Lb returned from n viflt to Cincinnati and Louiovillv. Mm. J H. TrcKBit hat returned from a lengthy visit to relatives in MIkkouH. JudokTiIim. W. Yhknon ha been ijulle ill rrith the flux but la improving. The pretty MIm Itrsnrrgar...

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 September 1884

hi StanHrd, Ky., - Septeiubor 2G, 1884 the uKimnuTioy ojr a ui as. Mr. Dutton Cook tells nn nmusing story of a man who hissed tho representations of Weber's "DerFreisclmetz" in Paris. Ho was a grocer's shopman, and ho was promptly ejected by somo medical students, one of whom afterward discovered tho grocer's man in n hospital. Tho man who hissed Weber died, and his body was given out for dissection. Hector Berlioz, fifteen years Inter, rovired iho opera, and, in order to irodiico greater effect, proved to havo u real skeleton in tho "Wolf s-glen scene. By chance ho met tho student who had turned out tho grocer's shopman for hissing "Der.Freischuetz." After that unfortunate man hod been dissected his skeleton was preserved. "He's all right," said tho student. " Ho fills a caso in my consulting-room, lmug on wires and beautifully put Thoro's not n bono missing not oven ono of his phalanges. Only tho skull is a littlo damaged." "I wantyoutolendhimtome. There is a part ho con play to p...

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. — 30 September 1884

I s K p L m tt - neekln Jtifeliaf lonftmL VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 289. nttriorournnI W. 1. WALTON. Vubltahcrt Tuci1av mill Itlawi, 83. OO X33Il A.IV3VUai When paid etrlctly In adrance. If we Lara to wall any time, 03.no wilt be chareed,. MMrT CA, GARRARD COUNTY. J. M. Sebnetnln will have to have more than one leg if he undertakes to beat the model governor for Concrete. Two of our citizen cotne near having a combat Saturday, but m ther are getting alon; a little in jean ami are both gool cltlxiua wo will not call any name thin time. Constable Dafin yii it Is all a mistake about his going to resign. He aajn he to hold the office until hid time ex plren and U now a candidate for reelection in 10 A half dozen voung ladiea and went to Slate Lick Spring Saturday. Djn't know whether thrr went for their health or for pleasure or on butioern of more importance. Willi Adam received a telegram that his mother waa dangerously ill. Mr. C D. Kng...

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. — 30 September 1884

)WWaigJMl1,nlM Stanford, Ky - September 30, 1884 w. P. WALTON. Cakl Siii'BTZ, erstwhile a raginj; republican, ia Mumping Ohio for Cleveland and jn a speech Friday referred to him at follow: "I don't stand hero aa a democrat to puff up tho democratic candidate. I don't tell you Cleveland la the ideal of a perfect .man. that he can do everything, or that he known everything and that if you elect him ire will at once be relieved from all Ills that human ileth ia heir to. Thc'mellenlum will not come. There will etill he upon political subjects. There will ho disputes tnd discontent and party con-tests and party contests arc a coed thing honorably conducted. Of one thing, how ever, 1 m eteured, and that is that if the American people elevate Glover Cleveland to the presidency of the United Smtea he will bs found to be the man for the situation, and eveiy man in this countrv who has his eyes open will know what that election meanr. He will tee that thereby tho United S'.atea proclaims tha...

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. — 30 September 1884

iWMjinuiijiiiiwi"i ii'mjjmuMimuiuitiiJrrrTriiiiimi.imivuinwii.umuwtwurMiijrnvrr&nirxMmTrr73rvtkw Stanford. Ky., Soptomber 30, 1884 . A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train Rolnx North .13 r. u. Hoiith . .1 K 1-. M. r.irrrilrln" Wouth.... .10 i.v. " ' Norh .. 2 TIieloo li calculated on standard Hint, Solar time I about 80 uiluutes fastor LOCAL NOTICES. lJuv your school bookn from Tntc A cnny. Hr.AixjirAitTtiw fortchool bookn nt Mo KobertaifiStBRV. NEWKai!eii of ready mixed palnU for erring tra le nt MoKobcrta Stage'' Watches ami Jewelry repaired on pltort notice and warranted by Tato A 1'cntiv. A coMrt.rrri: Mock of jewelry, latent atyle. Hoakford watclica a rptotalty. Tato A Penny. PERSONAL. Mlt. S. h. Powciw has gone to Mit.S. C. Uaiuu.v, a lepal Itttninary of Monllcello, wag hrre Saturday Matt Wooihox Ivmj., i back from a viiit to Ida iltilccana, in Louisville. Mm. Lavinia Momtuomerv ml Mim Helen Ciicnntilt, pf Richmond, are reUtlvca here. Mit. Wii.i, !, Williams wa here tctdiy, the...

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. — 30 September 1884

t m: Kjr JCJmj!mJLmH JLaJ s T3 staea in ' t LL OPIN MY NEW STORE. SATURDAY, 00T0B In the new building just completed, one door below my old stand, and I call the attention of my customers and friends in general that I have just returned from the East with an entire new stock of Men's and Boys5 Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing1 Goods, Notions, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Yalises, &c, &c, which I now offer at such low prices that I can not fail to please the closet buyer of Lincoln or any other county. I have purchased for cash several large lots of Boots and Shoes, Bed Comforts, Blankets, DresS Goods, Calicos, &c, which I will offer on the our opinion, b better and, in the end, tnoie profitable,) to make the hogs good and risk t!2 market latter en, when there is h steady and more relirable demand; even should the prices be a shade lower the grain in weight and quality will more than uiako up the difference. In regard to prices the future is very uncertain. The ...

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. — 3 October 1884

I t CJ? t m & tv 1 u k I '(I in f 10 initial ! VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMBER 290. MEW STORE! NEW HOUSE! NEW I WILL OPEN MY NEW STOKE, SATURDAY, NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,' WMIEM CE09 m k2'tl 3y ? 5' Ml J) m Mir' ML rimX flfc. rV An fit W. 3 i In the new building just completed, one door below my old stand, and I call the attention of my customers and friends in general that I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE EAST WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF UVCEIISPS JIKID BOTSJ Clothing, Dry Goods ft I Which I now offer at such LOW PRICES that I can not fail to please the closest buyer in Lincoln or any other county. I have purchased for cash several large lots of Boots and Shoes, Bed Comforts, Blankets, Dress Goods, Calicos, &c, which I will Offer on the opening and continue one week only at the following prices: Good Calico 3c per yard , Largo Bod Comforts 70c each ; Ladies' Front Lace Shoes ....81 Best Ictligo Bluo Cotton 7Ac per yd Beat Check Cotton 7...

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. — 3 October 1884

Stanford, Ky., Octobor 3, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The meat infamous character that ever figured in American politics stands before the country to-day the nominee for the preildency of the most corrupt political organization (hat ever existed in this or any other country. TLat infamous char, acter is James G. Blaine, of Maine, the republican standard bearer. Brilliant his admirers call him, and so he is aHer a aehion, but it is the phoiphoreecent briN liancy of a rotten mackerel. Audacious he is in Bome degree, but it is the audtcity of a fcotpad. Loud-mouthed and ho iiytoo, in a manner, but it is the noisa of the bragcard and the self-assertion of the liar. Dishonest in heart and soul, he sold the favors of public position for pelf. Treacherous as a Snake Indian, he botrajed public trusts to enrich himself. This is not tho denunciation of a personal enemy, nor the blander of a political foe-man. It is the portrait of James G. Blaine as painted by himself a portrait every J ine and curve ...

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