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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 31 March 1885

SfcwMSSittlilu Jnteriororat' Stanford, Ky., March 31, 1885 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD, Mali train going North-... Booth Bxprcastraln" Mouth,.., i ! ii Norn..-. .... .12 45 r. m. , I M jr.M. t. 1 '' ................. X 89 am, Tbsabovo Ii calculated ou standard time. Itno 1 about 20 minutes faster Holar LOCAL NOTICES Buy ypur school book from Penny & MnAlInter. LANimtnu's Garden 8eJ, fresh and at Penny & McAllatcr'a. Watcuct and Jewelry ropalred on short notice and warranted by Penny A A coMH.rre stock of Jewelry, latest ttyln, Kockford watches; a specialty, Penny & Mcltiater. Foil coughs, colds, Ac , use Comn. Syrup Of While Pmf, In 25 and 60o bottles, Pn pared by Molljbsiti & Btagjr. FAnMEim. Read Tnis. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne' drug store and Kt one psckago of Saui A. Clark's Hog Kemedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mb. ANuMns.J. C. Hayb went to Louisville yesterday. Mn Kiio.m Hail has gone to visit Miss llsnna Fair at McKinn...

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. — 31 March 1885

h i S4 fin JAPANESE SAYINGS. RETURNED TRAVELER CALLS Tt MIND A FEW OF THEM. Our Ilrethren Never Volu lilo or Noljy rroverbs nrnl Kjiljrrnins Practical Jokes Never Imported Into the Kmplro of Nlphon. New York Sun 1 An American gentleman, lately returned totuUcity after a prolonged resldenca in Japan, was recently discovered in the stock exchange by a roportor. The returned traveler recognlz9d the reporter, whom ho crootod cordially but mutely, as ho refused to utter or listen to a word until both had scaped from the din and found themselves in tlio comparative qulot of a neighboring xeutauranL There, aftor seating himself at a table and passing hit hand across his fore head in adazsd fashion, he found his voice a volco faint and low at first, like that of bae who bad just suffered from severe shock or n surgical operation. "You can hardly imagine how a native of Japan would bo affected by such a fiends' carnival as we hive just witnessed," he said. "Tho Japanoto are such groat slaves...

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 April 1885

I : :tv mil ;ih ' ? jCJ -A . a .trr.jr . pllmenta. Kentucky "eem to stand slona inthlaaortof Idiotic aelf.wjnhlp. New Argue. 8aya a lady: "More women are won by judlcloui flattery than l.y any other meant, far every woman U more or lea win, ind .he- U nWufally od'of the Mw'fi'wA' her weekntt and ' haudlei ltM with' Let a woman once imagine thit ahe has pretty tyea, and if a man will tell her ao conatantly and artfully, -he U certain io hare a weeVnew for him, which may be easily fanned into a A me oflore, and '- eat'loteat (hat: ' -p An exper(encea,eamsire, ekja" ih"aiif you would only thrad your nitdU.irl m. the end opposite to the broken fl from the ipool you would neer be troubled l'h cotton knotting. D. HOSANKOj, , , , Tlili nt.m4 tt tcom lo f'tHllliir with tl'f nf niilo thMubcut thu I'nitol 8tln tliat !t Is hnlly nrccwiry to tt tbt lio It tin originator ol lie art Pr. Dotsnlto's CougU and Lung 8 nip, HORSEMEN AND HORSES. By a fancier. ..Maud S. had a reception Saturday on theoc...

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 April 1885

i a. gilt trior Journal Stufbrd, Ky., April 3, 1885 jPublUhal Tueadavn and JFriilaw ga.OO IEIl ANNUM. WaaaxwJdatrlctlr in advance. If w hays waltaav time, 83.50 will bo chatted . W. P. WALTON. vesta be the rankest blasphemy if it were set religiously intended. A good deal of Aa bible ia true and he accepts it, but that qtart -which states propositions adverse to Mieaee he does not believe, nor does he Husk nny intelligent man can. And yet Mr. Beecher calls himself a Christian! Jagersoll himself could not do the old iaaed religion more harm than he. When Mr. Cleveland began to ignore tin politicians and appoint those only to allim who were not seekers in the offensive meaning of the term, we clapped our hands jignralivelv speaking and applauded vehemently, because all his appointments, even ef comparatively obscure men, were apparently bo wise. But we draw the line at Seek, yea at Chas. W. Buck and like Mac dHff cry "Hold, enongb." Mr. Buck ha seaa given the Mission to Peru, with a s...

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. — 3 April 1885

i 4- f Inicriorlouma1 Stanford, Ky April 3, 1885 I. a ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train going North - 1J r.M. South, .... 150 P.M. Eirrnilrxln" South .-...... 112 a. h. Korh.. ... i 30 A.M. The aboro li r akulsteJ un standard Hue. 8olr tmtl 4lwut 'JO lutnutei ftor LOCAL NOTcTs. Buy your school books from Penny & McAlisler. LAXiinriii's Garden 8ted. fresh and Ren uine at Penny A McAlister's. ' "VYATCriEB and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A ter. ... A coxrLETE stock of jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches k specialty. Penny ft MoAlister. Fon couch, cold, Ac., use Comp. Hrup of White Pine, in 25 and 50o bottles. Prepared by McRobertt A Stagg. Fahmekb, Reap Tuis. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and get one package of Sara A. Clark's Hog Remedy. If you are not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL -M!M Kate Grimes returned from Kansas City, Tuesday. Mna.J. 8. Kendrick, of Somerset, Is visiting Mrs. J. W. Alcorn Mrs. II, J, McKod...

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. — 3 April 1885

Stanford, Ky., GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. Mr. B. D, Boatright waa married to iliii Elira Johnson on Tuesday by the Rev, F, r. lloycrs, of MadUon countr. A carnival will be given at the Rink thla (Fridaj) evening. None, excepting thoec wearing finer coatumes, will be allowed to skate An alarm of fiie Wednesday night caaacd a great deal of excitement, which quickly subsided when it wag discovered that it waa only Uncle Billy Noel burning cornstalks in hia garden. A crowd of the College girls April fooled the faculty Wednesday mprning by taking a constitutional to the country They left the College at G A. M. and stepped down to see a lady friend some two miles from town. Mrs. R. . McRoberta has gone for a month' visit to her parents at Hopkins ville. Miss L'zzie Huffman hsa returned Train & visit to Clark county. Mr?. B M. Harriett has returned from Germantowo. Charley Randall came down from London on busineas Tuesday. Mr. and Mr?. Root. Klnnaird have returned from Cinci...

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. — 7 April 1885

Setnt VOL. XIV. w I CUIIK fc'OIl VIIiKft. I'll, am frequently l)' seme of In tli. Uck.lolm and lower part of tlw. abdomen, ' canting tli patient to tuppoM lie list lomu nlTtctlun ot tho kidneys or iiflsulwrlnir organ. At times, jraptom of Inilljftlon are prtwut, (IMiilenr), iinrailnoii of tlio tuuiat It, etc. A tnol.tiirr, Ilk p.Tplrtlon, producing a ry UliagrcesWe Itching, ner trttlng wttfin, li a very common atteodnut. llllnd, El.llngiid Itching rilcjUldatoncuto the nrpllcntloii of Dr, OomiiLo's Pllo Remedy, which act directly upou th purl. nfTtd, aUorttng th. Tumori, allaying the Intense itching and affecllnija pruuuctit cure, Trke K cent: Addrwi Ilia Dr. ltl.ankoJ.;dlcln jCo J'Jaw, " phjf .pU l McHob. ntA 8ta . - I 111 Kentucky sheep raisera may bs interested in 'John Wentwntth's remedy for the klllineofseep by doe. "I have a very good rented? for the killing of sheep by dogs. Nothing provokes a man so much A to kill hU dqg. Whenever a sheep of mine is killed in the pasture, I c...

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. — 7 April 1885

Ky.p April 7, 1885 Tticixtava ami Friday 83.00 I?33tt tThaaxald etrletly In adrance. If wo baTe to wait any time, 82.50 will be charged. W. P. WALTON. Mb. John H. Miller, who succeeded 'Saturday in obtaining the democratic Job to represent Lincoln county in the tower house of the next Qenetal Assembly three competitors, ia a man of much force of character and although a plain sad unassuming farmer, is better potted in jpablk affairs than the average candidate h lecielativo honors. Though past 53 yews of age, having been born near in this county, on the 27th of 1832, he hu only on one before aspired to public office, when the nomination for Circuit Clerk few years ago, and waa defeated by the puaeut encumbent of that office, Mr. Jas. T.Bailey. This then will be his first ex petMoce in office-holding, either civil or military, for he pasted through the war aa a ".high private" in Capt. Thos. II. Shanks' I CMapasy, Gth Kentucky Cavalry, in Doke's k-de of Morgan's Division, though he 5u...

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. — 7 April 1885

. r Jni worlonrnal Stinford, EyM April 7, 1885 l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali train going North- .12 48 r. m. " Bouth... ........ 1 5 r, u. KxprMiiraln" Oouth 1 12 Atf. ' " Korh m. mm.. 2 30 A.M. The abort U calculated on standard time. Holtr Imel About W m I inlet fatter LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your school books from Penny & McAlister. Land urn it 'a Garden Seed, fresh and genuine at Penny A McAlister'. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A McAlister. A courtCTE itock of Jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches a specialty. A McAlister. For couahs, colds, Ac, use Comp. Syrup of White Pin, In 25 and 60c bottles. Prepared by McHoberti A Stsgg. Faiimehs, Read This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drujr store and get one package oJ Sam A. Clark's Hoe Remedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mius Mildred Lewis is quite ill, we regret to say. Miss Sallie Dddderar bat cone to Louisville to attend school. Mrs. Uettie Fauius ...

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. — 7 April 1885

yf Stanford, Ky., AprU 7, 1885 DA fHLLE. BOYLE COUNU. License was iMued laai Saturday es the grand iury, but I wish you would excuse me," said a man named Howe, oce day tat week. "What Is your business, air?" MI am a coal merchant, your honor, and very busy this cold weather. MYou are excueeJ, sir, on the ground that it would be impossible for a coal merchant to weigh a matter properly and find a true fcUl." for thearrigeof Mr.J.T. Vtrsatllion and and Mim Hat tie Laurence . -Wm. Drj colored man convicted at Ihe last term of the circuit court of grand larceny, has been pardoned by the Cavern. Mra. Belle Hughes, formerly of Stan-ford his so fir recovered her health as to be able to resume the millinery business in the parlor of the old Central Hotel. Mer. G. F. Lw. F. W. Haldman, R J. Breckinridge, Jr , Sana. J. Harlan, R D. Bruce, Wesley Durham, and D. P. Preston 8herly, made up a parly, who went to Williamiburg on a ihinc excursion to-day. Mr. Alex. Conn, the artist whose home k iut...

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. — 10 April 1885

Sttm rttllhed Ttefiy ul Frldaya 83.00 I33H A.IVNUIV1 Wku paid strictly Id advance. If we tine to watt any time, 83.50 will l charged. W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. MeWIo. A Dillion bought of W. It. Dillion 2 roke of cattle for $210. J. II. Stephens sold to Thoi. Gobi, of III., a pair of horses for$2'0. It. II. BfooUjh and Murray Jones haifl the insit promising younu trotter In this end of the ouaty. He is a ion of William Welch, drad . All Crab is regretting tint Mr JUS lea t es us for Kansas. Dr. I'tttrn is not griefing on account of hta defeat In this recent primary The doolor's frleni spoxe out their sentiments here. The party zlrtn bjr MJm Lounna James lait week wi delightful In every respect. The ladles were nil elegantly dressed and all looked very handsome Miss Louana, aidsled bf her coualn, MIh Maggie Saunder', of Weaterrille, Ohio, rendered tome rerjr fine music, after which the gueita were Invited to the dining room where awaited them a table laden with all th...

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. — 10 April 1885

JJ .IgBS, SUaford, Ky., Pnrt of Louisville. There her of applicants yesterday. double by to-day. The New York dudes now little moustaches in papers to the curl ho much desired. April 10, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Tub spectacle of an ex U. S. Senator, who is aNo an ex-candidate for the vice-presidency of this great and growing sallowing in the cess pool of ward politics and resorting to the lowest ways and words of the dirtiest bummer, was ex. Aibited in Chicago this week by Black Jack Logan, the ill-bred, unlettered and nngentlemanly representative of the republican party. In a speech advocating the ckims of a party candidate for Mayor of that city he took occasion to denounce Carter Harrison, the incumbent of the vffioe and a candidate .'or re-election, as "a vile, infamous liar, a poltroon and a coward." 9o far Mr. Harrison, who, by the way, was elected, hag not deigned to notice the attack, believing, as he has a right to, that Logan is beneath the notice of a gentleman. Many are the oc...

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. — 10 April 1885

Intciiorjowiw! I Jr " "'""""' " Stanford, Ky., Mn. AND Mlts. W. April 10, 1885 t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train Koloc North................ -12 45 r. u twuin o" r. m. Kxpretilraln" Houth.... 115 a.m. ' ' llorh...... 2 30 A.M. Xbo above U caloulitetl on standard time. Bolar ltaa 1 about 'D minute Utter 0.711 NOTICES. Buy your school book from Penny & McAlisler. LANunriii's Garden 8ed, freah and gen ulne at Penny A McAIIsterV Watches and Jewelry repaired on nliort notice and warranted by Penny A A complete atock of Jewelry, latest atyle. Kockford watchea n apeclalty. Pen ny A McAllster. For cotmhs, colda, Ac., uve Comn, Syrup of White Pine, In 25 and 50c bottle, Prepared by McKoberti A Htagg. Faiimehs, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne.' drus store and get one package of Ham A. Clark' Hog Ketnedy, If you are not eatisfied after tiding it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL P. LOCAL NATTERS. New lot of Zsialer Broa', juit received at S H. Shahka', Tatk went ti LouUvlllo Wednesda...

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. — 10 April 1885

ll L ntcrioriournal WOMAN AND HOME. SEVERE CRITICISM OF THE DECORATION OF TO-DAY. Tribulations if the l'a'r Sox Sirs. tea- lie's Diamonds Mullet Girl Cooking in a Norinnl Fchool Clillilrcn ltccclpts Note. (Edmund lUioell. In our surroundings e must avoid ami depuration. The bnrmony of correspondence is much more beautiful tban tho bannony of contrast The crudost idea of effect in furnishing rooms Is to put soma tiling dark behind everything that 1) light, and something that is light behind la dark merely detaching and separating the object from its background. This is bad. Tbo colors and object! should blond. A room should bo liko a flno orchestra, where the music comos to you in one sweop, not broken and dotached, noto from note. Wo hare no indopondenco of judgment; that's one trouble. Wo go to a carpet or china store, and tho morchant soys, That is what you want, Till is the latest thing, just out, going to be a craze." That settles it The question whether it is worth having or 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. — 14 April 1885

'x . .f Semt Mbftarteirl TtiCBtlayt and Friday 83.00 XM2R ANNUM When paid itrietljr In dTnce, II w hare to valtanr time, ta.OO will te chanted. W. P. WALTON. Anotiieii Pjmse ok tiir Faith Cuiie. Mntllda Hutchlun, of Brooklyn, be IIstm in faith cure, but lier faith in in her powera rather than in any iif rnatural inlluonce. She haa been in invalid from eplnil currature for thirteen yeara. She prayed for relief without receiving any and concluded the Lord had panaed her by. She afterward found that feeling were not fact, and inatead of waiting for the electric thrill of returning health ahe merely believed ahe ttu healed. Under thU bu lief ahe got up, left the room, went down to tea, and in the evening walked lo church, al. though weak anil trembling. Hlie Inflated upon doing everything a though ahe were a well iwreon, and in three months waa ro etored lo excellent health. Here it a hint to the brliever in faith cure. The inva lida uaually restored to health by (ho faith healera aro t...

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. — 14 April 1885

i Jnf morjountal Sta&Tord, Ky. stretch the blsnket. April 14, 1885 W. P. WALTON. News of a collision between the and Afghans at Penjdeh, on the frontier of Afghanistan, now Gils the dttly pipers anil provision and munition's of -war hare a decided upward tendency in value. Gen. Komaroff reporta that in con. sequence of provocativo and manifestly fantile proceedings of the Afghans he was CGKipelled to attack thetu on March 30 on awtkbuiksof theKushk River. The wai the defeat of the Afghans, with the law of 500 men, all their artillery, two taadardi. ami their entire camp and pro- rimon. The Russian loss was one officer aad tea euldiera killed and three eubilterns and twenty nine soldiers woundel. When tire fight ended Uen. Komaroff returned across the river to the position he had occupied. Ai Afghanistan is under tbe protecting wing of the British govern-Meat, the invasion of that territory by the RewBiass ia thought sufficient cause fjr a Ussdr war between the two nations and JE...

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. — 14 April 1885

t I - & . nteriorouriraI StanforJ, Kyt, April 14, 1885 .(J. 0CMJL 7K CARD. Kill trtln going North- - .12 45 r. M. " " " South ...1 60 V.u. Kinreotraln" . Boutb. ....... .... . I 13 A.M. ' Horn ,.2 30 A.M. The above la calculated on standard lime, Solar I ttnot About M minutes fatter "local notices'. Bov your school books from Penny A McAlister. liANDRinu's Garden 8ed, fresh and genuine nt Penny A McAlister's. of Watches and Jewelry repaired on short aotiM and warranted by Penny A McAlister. A complete stock of jewelry, latest atyle. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen ay A McAllater. Foil couahs, col da, Ac, use Comp, Syrup of WliHe Pi", in 115 and 60c bottles, Prepared by Mcltobert! A 8tagg. Kaiimeiis, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. IJotirne'n tlruc "tore nnd get one package of yarn A. Clark' Hog Iteinedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mri T. M. JoHK9TO.v, of Lebanon, la in town. Fimzei. haa recovered from hla slight attack of (ever. 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. — 14 April 1885

Stanford, Ky., - April 14, 1885 Sir William, the ffam " Among those whoie resignations Lave recently been accepted br the do one leaves his office with deeper regret than Judge Lawrence, the First Comp troller of the Treasury If ever a man took delight in the privtles;e of writing and publishing voluminous decisions upon questions of greater or less moment, that man wm "Sir Willium, the Rm " He is going to practice law in Washington. It must be a sad change to one of his aspirations. The nuestion has often been asked as to how he csme to be called '3ir William, the Rita." Tbe story is that when he was in Congress from Ohio, tbe Houfe was at a night session considering one of the appro priation bill", into which somebody bad in jected several clauses putting various duti able agricultural articles on the free list, when Milton Saylor was prompted to play a Joke on Iawrence. So, slipping over on the republican side of the House, he said, "Ijtwrence, you live in a big farming district,...

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. — 17 April 1885

t i Stmt VetUn itifeftif Imtfttal 0 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1885. NO. 1. JtMfhecf Tunmtnv ana Friday a ta.OO PEIt ANNUM When paid strictly la advance. II we bar to well an v Ume, ta.OO will be chanted. Tlir rrr.lilrnt' line or tVurOil, Tho church which tho prwldcnt has always lieon n nuhjoct of Intonnt to the public, us is uvldeiuvil by tho fiut that tho jwws -which Diut irililonU Imvo omipUxl mo being xiiiitol out to tho stranjrrr from year to and so will xw 1W lu Dr. Hundi land's church, Kcnerntiom bencv, 1 gnztd at with curiosity by tho vlnitor to U'bIiIukIou. Prom tho tlmo tho prtMldont rcnrhral Washington theru wan a rlrnlryiunoujt thernrioul churvhwi there as to which would secure him, but tho lattxr, with his chuructorlitle individuality, stdrctol a church from which no Invitation had been, sent him. 4JP3 lUlnl HOT THE vrw YOUK AVBCfK rnwnvTxiUA? CIIVRCtl. The chunh which ho cho I the msl fahinnntl of tho I'nbTtfrinn lr Washington. It l n m untWilvimhlo j 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. — 17 April 1885

t nttriorouriraI Stanford, Ky., gmt aa we can meet. April 17, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The precinct conyentiona to name delegates to the District Convention to nominate a candidate for the State Senate, are to be held in Boyle, Casey, Garrard and Lincoln, between the houiB of 2 and 4 o'clock r. M., Saturday, May 16th, instead of September, which got into the published proceedings of the commiteo by some un ccountable manner. The District will he at Stanford, Saturday, May 23d and will be called to order at 1 P. M. There is no excuse for a man not keep-Ins hid nrocertr insured and for that the draft of the sen we failed to honor Treasurer of tho Kentucky Prew Associa tien for the benefit of the Eminence newspaper man, who was recently burned out. Besides we do not know thn editor, have exchanged with him and feel that calls nearer home for charity are fully as The Court of Appeals is an unfortunate body, tb fates seeming to combine to pre rent them from performing the services de-sanded of...

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