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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 April 1882

3 i rfc I j. citu-tfcltlnlnlfriorjfournnl HTA.3TB,OIlID, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - - April 18, 1882 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. rtiMrgrrtrilni North.., ............. J 4,1 r. M. " Boulh... IM " LOCAL NOTICES, Nick lint ol Hint One at A, OwilejV Kit mi I cur Rami Lime J list receltttl by A, 0 unity. Nkw ttock of Jewelry mil Nllrerwirc tt I'enny A Mf AilateV. Tnr. celebrated Marficld Water Kleta tor for tale by A. Owsley. 1IUV LntilitilU HfaiMlglil Oil, 175 lent, from IVnny AMcAIItter. Watciiw, Clock and Jewelry repaired anil warranted by 1'enny A McAllster. J. II. A 8. II. HilAriK are recelTlne ami owning a lot of wen' anil Ikjji' clothing. Ymt will flml the best fl-cent ami 2-for-6 cent clifar In town at 1'enny A McAlls ter'. Landreth'i Oaiidkn Brriw of all klmlt, In tiulk ami In pipers, at Mcltoberta A SlagftV ALL llion) Indebted to tlie firm of Her erance A Dudilertr and Hererance, I)nd dtrar A Co., will pleane call and fettle. Tiik itocV of J. II. AH. U.Khankal now complete) wllh beautif...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 April 1882

UWI Jtsao r, fr,a3gg5. t jlL-'Ca 5tnu-ttthlt3nlfrior3wnwI STAITFOBD, 3CY. Tnesday Morning, - - April 18, 1882 Gwindoltn and Oteer. "Do not slug liiro, papa." Gwendolen Mnbnffjr aald thwo words, nuickljr, and with nn earnest- n 'that howod how Iier wholo hcatl was wrnppecl up in the young man In nlmA liAhalf th nr wero tnoken. It was n beautiful ovening in J'ino rosrchcckcd June month of flowers ami tone nnd ens bills. The sun, that gbldcn-browcd monarch of the skies, had sunk to rest beneath a great bank r innav.inniwl rlotids that were piled athwart tho western "KJ; Jnd 1 the low roseate cicams 01 swiuiy dying light that still shot up from bo neath tho horizon only served to in tensify, if possible, tho ruddy glory of departing day. AtthoCastlo Ma hafTy no couutl broke tho 7:45 o'clock silenco savo tho occasional note of a cricket beneath tho flagstones and tho low twittering of tho swallows as they nestled beneath tho caves and chirped to each other a sleepy good night. Oscar Redi...

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. — 21 April 1882

end - Heeki - . iitefta wntfii VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 3G. nL h j&inMUJtffltln 3nltriorournnl W, P. WALTON, -T. R, WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor. Butlntu Manager. SunsciuiTioN, $2.50 I'kr Annum. Tatty Tolu. "Chaw, glrla, chawl Aa foil gallop and runup and down the street, Attracting the attention ofall whom you meet. If you only knew Whit the Men think of you, You'll glTtqplho.hablt.of"thwlng" lolu. . I And yen Ulk, AW Ilia woil'l never eaw Hiith a' motion of mould, eucti t inurement of Jaw. ' Iff a vender jronr Jaw ( Don't won to lot k 1 ' Thihapetf vourraouih Would fetlalnlyaliock An.l 1I1 nut m'olj l.llljr goal Chawing a enek. ' OlrU.lt li.wful To ateaueh ijiw full Oftiffylolu. "Chew, glrb, thawl" A Oh.fhawl -fWIII Ilaya. , Thi"Nt Sinatorial Ditlrictt. t.'III-kman, Fulton Mid (Iraves. 2 McCracken, lUllard and Mnr.li.ll. II. I.TOn.I.lrinKiton.Callowav and Trigg. I. Caldwell, Crittenden and Weualrr. A. 1 lender aon and Uni...

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. — 21 April 1882

r Semi-SJtetHji3nltrwr3(ounraI STAWFOBP, 3CX Friday Morning, - - April 21, 1882 W. P. WALTON, DITOH Tiik BreckinriJgo Aom puU this pointed question: Wo would respect fullj ask our esteemed contemporary of tbo Hopkinivillo Airw Era this question: If the democratic party do libcrately elevates to offico men who get drunk, gamblo and frequent bawdy-houses, what inducement do wo ofler to the aspiring young men of of tho party to perfect themselves in knowledge, decency and morality in order to win favor nnd preferment at tho hands ofjho party T Tub Ford brothers, who killed Jcsso James, wero tried at St. Joseph, Mo., Tuesday, and pleading guilty, were sentenced to bo hanged on May 19th. They wero ordered back to jail, but before night a special messen ger arrived with a pardon for them from Gov. Crittenden. But immedi ately on their release, Ilob't was re arreatcd for complicity in tho killing of Wood Hitc, a cousin of Jesse James, and taken to Ray County. The brilliant aurora which ill...

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. — 21 April 1882

3 i5k r $ aTA-iraroxir), icy Friday Morning, April 21, 1882 LIN. LOCAL TIME CARD. rsF(er train North.... " Boulli..., tl II r. M. JOO local nbtices. Nick line ol IllrJ Cage- at A. OwiIfjV rnmnesr Rami Ltmtjuit rtctlrcil by A.Owilf. Nrw tock of Jewelry end Bllrtrware tl IVnny A McAlliter'. Tiir ctlebrttetl MajfieM Water Klea lor for ale b A. Owaley. IIUY LoulaTilie H.d1ighl Oil, 176 teat, from Penny AMcAllatar. Wxtciiw, Clock mil Jewelry rtptlrrd nil warranted by l'enny A McAllaltr, J. II. A 8. II. HlUNK are recetTlns end opening a lot of mtii'a and boja' clothing. Yoit will And the beat S-cent and 2-for 6 cenle cigar In town l l'enny A McAlla ler'a. Au. tlioae Indebted to the firm of Ker crane A Dmldertr and 8eTerance, Dud derar A Co., will please call and aettle. Tiir .lock of J. II. AH.H.NI.ankil now complete with leatitl(ul atylea of Spring Good, I f you don't beller It, jut t call on them and aee. I itAvr. 6.000 plant ready for market. All kind of early cabbage at 35 cent per hu...

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. — 21 April 1882

jLSz s3&ami'vrtmml : " '. iKft: "cess IT-illrlJ"r, '("iii i iij.jui. 1-1 TS Jt -- 5i,iu-$tfclili) $nlt riorornil i I! J in li MY rtTAWFOED, ICTT. Friday Mornlngr," April 21, 1882 . - ! Jam' Pah. "Times mrtkes nil things even," 'Hi said, and nono know this better than tho friends and acquaintances of the cang ol plunderers known as tne James hoys and Youngers. To bo auro it has taken a good (leal of time and patience and many lives have been sacrifict-d, but in tho end the majority of tho mou who for years lived in open defiance of tho law have been m'sdo to feel Its power, and are now cither dead or in tho penitenti ary. A Timet reporter has been look ing up tho record in order to tco what kind of retribution has overtaken the men en traced in train nnd bank rob berics during tho past few years,whoso names have been closely associated with Jesso and Frank James, and, as will bo seen by tho record given bo low, violent deaths havo been meted out to over thirty members of the gang...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1882

Jmfefw t VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 37. Stem " Heelli ImtftuiL Jtrt I Scnu-M tt fi jn $nlcrior$ournai W. P. WALTON, r. R. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor. Butineu Manager. SuiisciiiiTiON, $2. 50 l'r.it Annum. Sparking Too Long. A young innn was telling somo ol liis acquaintances how ho had gono back on his girl liecatuo alio was sar castic, nml thojr aikol hitn to explain what jie inoant. Ho saiil that ho was pending ttio evening with her nml he noticed thnt ho teemed to bo absent minded or tired, or something. About '2 o'clock in the morning he paid alio started up suddenly In alarm and ex claimed: "My, what is that?'' Ho said ho dtdu't hear nny thing, and ask ed what it sounded like, and alio said sho thought maybe it was a milkman coming with tho milk. Ho said that was too sarcastic, nud ho would never go to seo her again. Well, probably ho couldn't suit her any better. Borne fellows overdo tho thing entirely when they go to sco 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. — 25 April 1882

i rr'iMgrfi hT i k h 5cnii-SilifcfiInnfcrior3ouriinl asTAisriroiap, icy. Tuesday Morning, - - April 25, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Wk nro glnd to olwcrvo that Hon. Joo Blackburn Iim on tho part of tho minority, presented a report ngninat tho allowances ngrccd upon by tho majority of tho Committeo appointed to audit tho expenses of President Garfield's Illness and death, which aro S3 outrageously largo and out of all proportion to tho services rendered. Tho idea of paying Bliss 335,000, Drs. Agnow and Hamilton 815,000 each; Drs. Royburn, Boynton and Mrs. Edson 810,000 each and Crump 83,000 ii simply preposterous, and in recommending such sums tho commit tco shows a reckless disregard for tho public funds that can not bo too soverely censured. It amounts to nothing more than a consent to a raid upon tho treasury, by a lot of advent urers, who, with but two exceptions, could not earn half tho amounts they demand wero they to practice a full life time. Mr. Blackburn concedes that a liber...

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. — 25 April 1882

3 Stmi-Mtrliln InlcriorlournnI HTA.JtT3rOriX3, ICY Tuesday Morning, - - April 25, 1882 L. A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. I'stMSger train North. " South. 11 4 r. M. 1 OO LOCAL NOTICES. Nick line ol Illril C;r at A, Outlet'. Fitr-sucar Barrel I.linejusl rtcslTfil j A. Owsley. Nkw atoek of Jewelry anil Hllrfrware t Penny A McAllilerV Tiik celsbratetl MayfieM Water Klera. tor for sale 1)7 A. Owaley. Huy LouliTille HeaiMIKM Oil, 176 lent, from Penny AMcAllaler. Watches, Clock nil Jewelry repaired ami warranted by Penny A MeAllater. J. If. A H. II. HlUNK are rect-WIn an! opening a lot of men' actl boy' eloliiln. You will find Die beat 6-cent and 2-for-6 cenla cigar In town at Penny A McAlls- erV . ... AM. thoie Indebted to Ibe firm of Kef eranee A Dutldertr anil Keterance, Diul derar A Co., will please call and fettle. Tub .lofW of J. II. A S. II. Hlianka la now comulete with beautiful style of Spring Oood. If jou don't beliere it, juat call on them and aee. We are Juat recelflnif and opening a l...

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 April 1882

- fMX ti'ilLWt'J. Sfnu-MfflilBnffriorlonrnal Tuesday Morning, - - April 25, 1882 Jste Jamet and the Somerset and Monti ctllo Banke, 'Tho Into lamented Colonel Jcsso James called upon you onco for a cash donation, did ho not?' asked nJott rcporler. of Jtidgo T. T. Alexander, who formerly resided at Columbia, Kentucky. ".Not upon mo Individually, hut upon tho hank of Columbia, of which I was president." -JlWas it ever known definitely who tvWitftlio party at that time?" iYeJ wo learned shortly after wards tho names of all concernod. Tho gang consisted of Frank and Jcs so' James, two of tho Youugers and .Tarr'otte." "When did tho transaction tnko place?" 9'!!It was on Monday, April 29, 1872. I was not in Columbia at that time, and therefore did not witness the highhanded act, but I will never tor get tho affair. After killing Mr.Mar- Un, tho cashier, becauso ho would not deliver every thing over to them, tlioy took what they could find and depart ed. Their tactics were about the sarao ...

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. — 28 April 1882

lonfti&L i i.r VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 38. 9emt ftadcfa t ML F Ituertof 5tiui-Mtltn$nlcrior$otirn;il W. P. WALTON, . . . Editor and Proprietor. T. R. WALTON, . . . Butinen Manager. Subscription, 2.50 IV.k Annum. Change. Rhadr Ire. MaMrn alto Ital.llng l.rook. (llfl In hammock. Heading txiok, OoldrO null. Tiny fret, (llrl In hatuniork, took aoaweet. Man rldee kyj lllg roouateehe, (llrl In naroniork Makeen raaih. Mean la mutual. Day It Ml, Man tal maiden Married ff U Think of awing Wanlatogo Urk Too. I'oor llilng, III llmirof in'Jnlchl, Hapy uawklng, Man In eick-leet llrarelr walking, llalijr auallaon, Now thsotlifr Twin bo atrial up I.I ka tils droitirr. I'aragorle lit- Iho lain Ktnptled Into llaby'e throttle, Naughty lark, Pulnt In tin air, Walling Mm on' Fool to tear, Man In aock feel He hint-there! Holy Mom I Hear hint iwrar' lUflegeraiy, IT (let lila gun, lllowi lila head oil, Deed and gout. I'retlr wMev, With 11 liwk. In ...

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. — 28 April 1882

Stmi-MffHu gnfcriorlournal STANFORD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - April 28, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Aftkii a most unprofitable tession of 148 ilayg, which cost the Stntosomo $150,000, tho Legislature hat adjourn cd nnd the members are again with their constituencies, who aro exceed ingly forbearing if thoy do not hold them to tho strictest account and pun ish them according to their desert, even if it ba unto death. Tho cession, besides being tho longest on record, wns a far greater failure than tho no torious grange Legislature of n few years ago. They liavo simply done those things that they ought not to to have done, and havo left undono thoso that that they ought to havo done, and there is no help in them. Asa body they have been weak, stu pid and cowardly. They have tried to dodge every responsibility, and havo acted from beginning to end as if they belonged body and soul to Black burn. After much opposition, n reso lution requiring the Secretary of State to furnish a list of tho...

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. — 28 April 1882

3 StinMfttfthlB nicrior3oiirna( Friday Morning, - - April 28, 1882 L, 3, N. L OCAL TIME CAM). rtiMfgn Iraltit North.,.. " " Hoolh... 12 41 r. at. . 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES. ItUY Paint, of I'enny A MeAllaler. Nick lint of 1)1 r J CagM at A. OntUj'. Fnnut car IJarrel Lime jmt rtctlrcil j A. Osral. Doan'r 74-teat Gaaollne ut it lVnnj ft McAIUterV Nisw fitnck of Jewelry ml Sllmnaro at Vtnnj A MeAllilerV Watch km, Clocka and Jewelrf repaired and warranted by Penny A MoAlister. J. II, A 8. II. Kiianks are receding and openlnt a lot of men'a aeil lioya clollilno;. Yow will Bnd llio bent C-cenl and 2 for C cent cigar In town it Penny A McAlia ter'a. A IX tliooe Indebted to tlie firm of Ber erance A DinMertr and Kefrrance, Dint derar A Co., will pleaae call and fettle. Til tlock of J. II. AH ll.Hliantaia now complete with beautiful styles of Hprlng Goods. If you don't Itcllere Itjiut call on them and tee. We 're jnst recelr Ing and opening n large lot of Zetgler A llroa.' LulW and Children' Nlioe...

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. — 28 April 1882

V cnu-S(!tfcIilijnlcrior3fournit( H rANFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, April 28, 1882 A PRtTTY LITTLE HAND. I am not a bashful man. General y speaking, am fully as confident and forward as most of ray eox. Yet then wis ono period of my lifo when all ray merits seemed to my own eyes insignificant, and I feel modest, not to say bashful. It was when I was in lovo. Then I sometimes did not know where to put ray hands and feet. Did I mention that in said hands and feet consists of my greatest beauty? They aro Loth small. A short timo aco I fell in love. I did not walk into it quietly, weighing my idol's perfections against her de fects. I fell in, head and cars, two seconds after I first met her. Sho was a glorious creature, with long, brown hair floating over a snowy neck and shoulders, ami frilling down on mo waisi 01 an encnanung sine dress. Her dark brown oyes were full of saucy light yet, old how ten dcr and laving they could look. This I found out later. Of all the provoking, tantalizin...

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 May 1882

Sntefiof Imtftuil VOLUME X.-NUMHEll 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 2, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 39. fleittt fwetli Scnu-MffhIn3nltrio$ournnI W. P. WALTON, T. ?. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. Busineit Manager. Suiiscuiitio.v, S2.50 I'hr Annum. "SWEETS TO THE SWEET." "Swtatolhawr," llaoflly SSld, Aa bending o'ff her lively head, lit proffered her flawer. And may I dire I bop, with IMi You'll lira ma Jnai on lllllo VIm Ip memory of tin hour!" "Viiu think 'IwouM 1 a fair iehan?" rlalJabe, "How boundless Is thrarf 01 Inan'i uncurl! roneelll And IHiloMjouiupiKw In Ulterior llila lovely roe, I'd fir wrla to Iba aerf " "1 meant Dotlhit,"qullroInr.l, "I uieanl only-Jnat what ( aald, A li J not Ibt thln you tuak II." "IVg pardon, Ihe n. hut 11111," ibt Mlhl "I must not fir II, though ytm're wroth, Iltl I, nnjr be, ru an HI II." It Wat M Ftnt Ci'giu. 'Ti do n ImMt thn frren earn I, On red'hot summer Jiff I lit upon ril-wwl atlik And whiffed At eenl away; And at lb all fling anttk, am Mk snow-e...

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 May 1882

I- jicmi-ffOUtlilij nlcrioroiirna( STANFORD, 2CK-. Tncsday Morning, - - May 2, 1882 IV. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tilr? Nuekolj-Oivcns icnndnl aflonu to bo a 'rnuoh moro serious nffair tlinn was f first Biipposctl. Tho General published n card branding the charge that ho hnd mado improper propom to tho woman as maliciously false, nnd mado by her for tho purposo of black mail; that ho knowing that money was all that was wanted, bad author ized hii lawyer to cnmpromfso tho matter for a small sum, so as to save him (ho mortification of n publica tion nf tho scandal, but thatsincoit had gotten out ho had withdrawn bis offer of compromiso nnd would now fight it out in tho Courts. Tim card was replied to by Mrs. Owens, who in addition to reiterating tho charge, tells how it, all camo nbout. Sho inys tharthe first got acquainted with Gen. Nuckols while she was employed to do some sewing for his daughter alwut to be married; that afterwards tho General manifesting great interest in her, asked if sh...

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 May 1882

2. 1" ?J t 4 i P f Stmi-(ltt(Iilii3nltriorourn;i( Tuesday Morning, May 2, 1882 L A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. 1'itnTfrt train Noilh . " Soolh. I) r. M LOCALNOTJCES. Ituv Paints of I'fnnjr MoAllster. Ninr. line ol Hint CagM at A. Owsley's. I'nnm car Iltrrel Mme Jml rrcdreil liy A. Osrslfjr. I)oan'7MmI Ossollna ul at I'rnny .V McAlhter'n. Nkw stnck nf Jewelry anil Kllvsrw.ir at Trnny A MoAlliter'a. Watoiim, Clock ami Jewelry repaired ind warranted liy Penny A McAllaler. J. II. A H. II. Hiianks ire rrrelTlns anil opening a lot nf men' ant boy' clothlnjt. Yoil will find lli bent fi-oent and 2-for-S cent cigar In town at l'enny A McAlla lerV. At.t.tlioe Indebted to the firm of Ker eranca A Duddertr and Kemance, Diul ilerar A Co., will please call and fettle. Tub lock of J. II. AH. It.Hhankala now complete with beautiful stles of Hprlng Goods. If you don't bolt II, just call on tliem and nee. Wk are Jul receiTlng and opening a larjj lot of Zelitler A'llroi.' I.ailW and Children' Shoe fur Spring...

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 May 1882

V (iiu-tlttfiln3nftriorfoiirn;i( STAKPORD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - - May 2, 1882 A COOL SCOUHDREL My irofeion isn't a popular one. Thcro is considerable prejudico against it. I don't myself think it's much wbrso than a good many others. How ever, that's nothing to do with my Btory. Some years ngo mo and the gentleman who was nt that timo con nected with mo in business he's met with r oversea sinco then, nnd nt p res eat isn't nhlo to go out was looking nround for n job, being nt tho timo rather hard up, as you might say. Wo struck n small country town. I nin'tngoin' topivoitawny hy telling where It was or what tho nanio of it was. Thcro was one bank there. Tho President was a ricli old duller; owned the mills, owned tho bank, owned most of tho town. Thcro wasn't no other officer but tho cashier, and they had a buy, who used to sweep out nnd run errands. Tho bank was on the main street, pretty well up ono end of it nice, snug place, on tho corner of a cross street, with nothing very ...

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 May 1882

lamfmai r 'ff VOLUME X.-NUMBBII 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 40. 9tmi"H Hi Jit M 1 t V Stini-ffiltffhlj! nitriorournnl W. P. WALTON. T. fl. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. Buiintst Manager, SunscKiiTios, S2.50 I'kk Annum. Crowing 01 J. At lit I well rtmriuber when -irolrUtirkioM(lrn. Bel, ttben 1M tnrnrJ m ftnl iletade, FinetaiTr-iieiriJ roorelrnlf elaltl. Hat whn th Cftrentli roun.l I'd tun, I thought none old (III Iwenl J -one. Then, aUlj, when IM reteheil thtt , t lieU thai thlrlf ma-le tills safe. ;Hut wbn taj (httlUttt jeaf tu lalJ," I sale I "At Iwcworewsu jrow old. Yl Isreerore ctnl 4 fonn.1 in tlir fir. Atitn'ldn thelfoeitflflr Bat whet I teeth! thai age, I a wore tfoaeroulil U olJ until threes 3rt. r 'AJid litre I am s( almljr now, Alfounsfas wlirnat ill, I trow' M'tfctrut njr hair lasonievbstfrajr, " Abd thtf I um rene lo-Js; j Til tree these roe,ees (tout r.17 knee lUjr "Oro.lp!" when they speak to mi; Bullies tour sonl, I'm joutif uwln I thoug...

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 May 1882

Stmi-SSttrlifj $ntcrior$onriwl STAMTOBD, KIT Friday Morning, - - Mny 5, 1882 VI. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tiff: Secretary of the Navy has ask cl for an'appronrlation to del ray the expenses of observing tho transit of Venus this ytar, and it is expected that Congress will mnko lilcral pro visions. It is announced that the phenomenon will baoxamincd inthrco ways: "By direct observation of tho contact; by doublo refracting prisms, and bv nholoeranhy." Tho transit of Venus is getting to bo somewhat ox pensive. It doesn't seem long sinco tho Government "put up ft good deal of publio monoy to find out ail about it. Hut Venus can not be stopped, and tho demands of science will have to bo complied with. There is proba bly not ono out of ten Congressmen who could give even a crudo explana tion"1 of tho difference between the transit of Venus and the eccentric gyrations of a sky-rocket; but it is hardly possible that the scientists are lying about tbo matter for tho mere purpose of getting an appro...

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