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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 June 1885

Stanford, Ky Jane G, 1885 L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North .1139 r. M. " " Bouth ......... HlM, Birrs strain" Houth...,- J 82 a.m. Horb - ....... I V3 A. M , Tbs hjOJt Is calculated on standard tlms. HoUt t'me li About 20 talnutrs fulcr LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your school booki from Penny A McAlistcr. WATcncs and Jewelry repaired otfshort notice, and warranted by Penny & Boy the Haas Hog Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl liter. A complete tock of jewelry, latest style, llockford watcher a specialty. Pen nyA McAlisttr. Fon couitlis, colds, Ac., use Comn. Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 50c bottJeo. Pre pared by Mcltoberti A Stags. Fahmejih, Read This. (Jo to Dr. M. L. llourne's druir store and get one package of Sam A. Clark's Hog Remedy. If you re not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mb. W. T. Looan, of LouUrllle, is on a visit to his father's family. Mns.S. C. TncEUEAHT is attending a meeting of the Woman' Miss...

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 June 1885

I w l I M I THE BROTHERS. An Entertaining and Instructive Serial Story, Written Expreulj for the Interior Journal. By MISS MILDRED IiSWIB. OH A ITER IX. litr ASTRAY. "No further demonstration on the part oJ the senior that dty nd Henry began to hope they had recanldered their intentions. "It would teach thtm a leswn for some of then to get their hed soundly puuimeled and one of which they etnd in need, but I don't want to teach it." Bat his epirit rowiu rnn wba he siw them walls of! and leave Mr. Krupp severely alone. Poor Mr. Krupp, who couldn't hide hn mortification and distress and pretended to be too deeply interested in h"n studies to take any recreation at all, He had been a universal favorite among them up until this time and their conduct woanded far more than it angered him. Sjmetimtsour mortli art mijhtly like oar trloree; the richt -Ida Imki bett, but they'll do turned a little lossenen doesn't matter; elasticity preferred. These boys would have felt Infinite sorn for one...

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 June 1885

COMTINCED FROM LAST ISSUE "I'jtosrEcr Point," Lakdouh.K. In DIA April 152, 1885 The ordlnsrv force then o' even the wot economical household coosisl nf, 1. The Biwarcbee (cook) 2. KhidtautKr (tihle servant.) !1. Behra. (bouie servant) 4. Ayah (waiting maid, if ladle or children in the household). 5. Hihiahli (water car rier) (1 Mehtar (icavenger). 7. Dhobee or wacherman Thee indlspeniables. Then if you keep a horse, Hyse (groom). 9. (lhasakut (?ras cutter) 10. Malee (gardener, if you hire a garden). 11. Ouywalla icow keeper, if you keep a cow). To these la the hllla are added 12, 13, 14, Ihuppineea (carrlenj who go to the jungle for wood every day, and hold themselves in leadineM to carry the'tnietreu out visiting every evening, or "odd job" it, called upon to do work entirely with their calling. But there muit he no infringement on their sacred right", handed down by cute regulation, from re taoteat age. Oar household number ten, the first 7 and lut 3. If any one asks why not do eo...

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 June 1885

N $nfcrior$aimraI Stamford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Juno 0, 1885 The venerhble Horatio Seymour, of New "York, celebrated his 75th birth day latt week and come newspaper correspondents xnide it the occasion to Interview him. lie npofce hopefully of the future of the counter, and of the party that is still so near oil heart and in high terms expressed en-lire cjofijencu in Mr. Cleveland and the belief he will make a successful and in the end a Terr popular President. The Ad-ministration moves slowly, says the ex-Governor, but is it not wise and prudent to do no? lid might hitmelf some rears ago preferred more active party measures than have yet been adopted, but he contents tents hianelf now with the knowledge that honest men are at the head of public affairs and that io good time all the minor offices will be filled by those whope honesty is above euspicion and who are imbued with true democratic principle. On one point Mr. Seymour expreeeea himeelf emphatically, lis can tee no Einglceven...

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 June 1885

.1 f M- i . Stanford, Ky., June 0, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North- 1330 r.u. Bouih 161r. k. Birmstraln" Bouth...... .. 112 a.m. " " " Norh..... . ., 2 OS a.m. Tbc kvCT li calculated on standard time. tfolar Wat la About 20 minutes ritcr LOCAL NOTICES. & Boy your kIiooI booki from Penny A McAUtter. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort notice and warranted bf Penny k McAHv Ur. Buy the Haas Hog Itemed r, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl liter. A coMrurrn flock of jewelry, lateat atyle. Kockfonl watches ieclalfjr. Penny A McAHater. Foil cousin, colda, Ac, ue Com p. Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 60c boltleo, Prepared by Mclloberts A Stag. Fa km em, Read This. (Jo to Dr. .M. L. Hourne'a drug store and get one package of Pa m A. Clark's Hoc Remedy. Jf you are not satisfied after uning it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mh. Sam Hick?, of Somen!, was here yetterday. Miss Minnie McRobeiits has returned to Danrille. Mn. and Mrs J. C. ilAva 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. — 9 June 1885

ft j i 1 J I . v'arvwvw;TfcTmi chin ntcrioroumal IN THtt GERMAN. Charles V. Coleman, Jr., to TUe Certtnry.l, Blio stood upon tlio ivolijheJ floor, Airild tlio (.all-room's blazing HgUt, iicl slowly scanned the circlo o'er, That fcriu'il tlio datioo that nlglit. Th wnltz they play'd was "Woman's Love.'') She stool nnJ strofeexl Uor long whtto glova. Tbo creamy silk her form eaross'd, A bunch of plumes liting o'er liar heart, Her bosom by soft laeu was prtmU, Her rich, rod lip apart. (The german was tbe dance that night) One shoo was just In sight. Sho hell a favor in her band A dainty, parfumsd, painted thluj, A tiny hoart yet he would stand, 'Who won that prl, n king. (The waltz they played was "Woman's Love." How fast my throbblig pulss did morel Men watched her there with eager eyes. Upon her curl the light did shine; Thou with a look of sweet surprise Her groat gray oyes mot mine. (Tho German was the danca that night.) She smiloJ her nila is wondrous bright She wared her hand ccq...

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 June 1885

af' , , ' fit 5 & Veeklii liitrfiof II I ill nficB 1 VOL. XIY. STANFORD, KY., FIIIDAY, JUNE 12, 1885. NO. 20. M'ubllHhi'tl Tuemtau rtfiif Friday 8a. oo x23it A.ivrvuai Whin paid strictly In advance. t( we hue to wilt any tluie. 0'J.SU will bo charged. W. P. WALTON. TRACKS OF CRIME. ALL CRIMINALS VIOLATE LAW AC CORDING TO CERTAIN RULES. No Orliflnul Mem Among Hie Iitr ia llrrukliik' C'lar Tint Certainty with Wlilrli OIiiip Vi Short- MslitiMlui't. of ItuKiint. ItMrott Fre- I'nii 1 Tlw itti'ly of crime bring forth aome ourtoui fact-i," olmrroU nti old detective tbo other day. "While you may know Just how a certain hot in bllllanW ought to be mada. It may not tmiMH.lbla to make It successfully. So with our busitieiw. We may bo alls to pick up nil th.i clew in a murder cn, but ttio next thing ti to catoh tlio " "What are your curinii faoUl" ''On of them U that all crlmlnali commit crlmi after certain rule. It li raroly, Index, that you llnlacrook working on as original I lei. Tlie bu...

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 June 1885

12 M iff rr t I r1 JitteriorHntnml SUafoid, Ky., June 12, 1885 W. P. WALTON. "The Courier .Joutnal U tanking some Ironc arguments against the licensing of crime, which the allowance of bail in murder cases by Circuit Judges virtually amounts to. The immediate occasion of .the articles is the recent action of Judge Finley in granting bail to Johnson, the cowardly assassin who waylaid and murdered in liell county Mr. Napier and daughter as they were returning from church. The Judges excuse for allowing bail was that a precedent had been established to that end, but as he is responsible for that precedent the act is none the less jeprehensible unless we assume that two wrongs make a right. Judge Finley has made an enviable reputation in dealing with a certain class of the whisky seller?, upon whom he visits the revereet penalty of the law, but this leniency to murderers, the worst enemies of the Commonwealth, is a blot on his lair fame, that no other performance of duty can counterbala...

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 June 1885

4- t J. 9 T icmi'82itfhlunierioromnal Stanford, Ky., Juno 12, 1885 L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill tr!n going North ., 1139 r. m. Bouth... 1 M r, m. Bxprnitriln" Houth.... 1 82 Ai M. " ' ' Norn ....... 2 05 A. M. TbonOT li calculited on standard time. Solar time Is j lout 20 minutes faster iOMZ, NOTICES. Buv your school booki from Penny & McAUetcr. Watches and Jewelry repMred on chort notice and warranted by Penny & liuv the Haaa Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl later. A complete stock of jewelry, latest tyle. Kockford wntchc n specialty. Penny A MrAlister. Fakmkrs, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. IJourneV druc atorc and get one package of tarn A. (,'lark'n Hob Kemedy. If you are notaatfrtled after uIng it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mil J. W, Alcrkx h attending the Liberty court. Mim MAumn Kvleh, of Cincinnati, In TlfiliDR Mrs. It. K. Barrow, Miw Sallie Iloi'T ban gone to Somerset to tIkIi her sister, Mrs L, H. Hussin;. Miis. P. J. ASTUO...

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 June 1885

1 I PI ! Lj THE BROTHERS. An Entortaining and Instructive Se rial Story, Written Exprewly for tho Interior Journal. BY MISS MILDRHD LEWIS. CHAPTER XL JteU A Ktlwn that will spak ware In a minute Ctlian be will stand tv In - uoctu. Shakespere. THILir WESTWORTH. It wan the Jay before the picuic; Chatty wat in a llatlcr of expectancy; he had laid out ready for use the dreM to be worn, button", nookaand eye, to see that they were all right, tied and untied knoti of ribbon and Iripptd up and down the stair a dozsn times to be pure that nothing was neglected. She declared that it would rain, it always did at a picnic, then etraichtway wondered if it would ba a pretty day, and vith her prediction of everything evil and wishes for eyerything uood, had annoyed Julia no little. "It is going to rain of course, don't you 'reckon it will, Juli?'' "I don't know, I hope not." 'I wonder now if it will be a. pretty day? 1 wish it would, I declare it will be rmhaoie if it isn't, don't vou think so Ju...

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 June 1885

f T.I. t If. it 4& I HI mm r at, m I in m un i ,1m ) ui 1 Mil m ,lui UU (Ml. ter. tot any V, .At Sems JPubllHhcil TuvnitatiH if Frtilnvn 89.UO XI31l ANNUM. When paid" strictly In adraice. I( wo baro to wait nv time. i'J.flO will be chanted. W. P. WALTON. HE EVENED IT UP. A l'lE'itlUB E 'et Holil of Sliietllltlr Wlilrh Isltutlier llWrutiriiuliii:. ItMMt Krvt iTv J Thoy have h lighting clog In n. saloon on Michigan nveine. Thoy not only keop him to fight ntiy i" the stnto for sjiot cash, 'jut 13 furnishes a lionp of fun to tuingtrs on by the way lie picks tip mcli outilnm a lmiuii to drop InsMo it tlm heel of their niastor. It Is n poor .seek when he doesn't crlppbs throe or Pour, Hill tic hat kllM snornl outright. Hie otherdny a rotig'ily dre! man. iv whip In his bund mil lo Ilka a roll of toil, entered tbo place and called for lesr. He mlluwwl ly a dog of roioetnble l, and as toon ni tho loafer caught night of the :anlne there was much winking and chuck-Ing. "Hotter nnd tu.it do...

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 June 1885

Stanford, Ky., June 1G, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Tue Court of Appeals baa reversed the jncdgtnent of the Scott Circuit Court, which ecntenced Jamea Creighton to the peniten tiary for 21 J ears for killing Ambrose Wil-roil at Sttdieville. "Wilson had been elected marshal, but before qualifying he at . tempted to arrest Creighton for when he refused to submit to his authority- Wilson continued tho attempt uad Creighton shot him dead. The court below held that Wilson being an officer de ivrt, was entitled to the same protection or if be had been an officer deaclo. The higher court thought otherwise and upon the technicality the case was reversed. This may be all right, but a foul murder was committed acd iawloving people want to see the murderer punished. As the old fellow said of the mineral water, so say we of the Court of Appeal?; "It is too d n technical for any use," and as long as it lets men go unwbipped of justice because of Kome flimsy law point, which does not affect .murderer's su...

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. — 16 June 1885

. V5 t i .. Stanford, Kytl ' Juno 16, 1885 I. SN. LOCAL TIMS CARD. Mall train going North. .1139 r. u " South , .1 40 r. u. arte strain" Houth...... ... 182 a.m. " " " Norn ...... 2 0J a. if , li calculated on standard Hue. Kolar tint Is itout 20 minutes faster iOCi NOTICES. Buy your tchool booln from Penny A McAliMcr. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice nnd warranted by Penny & BOY the HaM Hog P.emedy, the origi nl and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl ister. A coxirLtTE ftock of jewelry, luteal etyle. Kockford watches i specialty. Penny h McAlister. Fahmeks, Head Thib. Clo to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druc store and get one package of tain A. Clark'a Hog If you are not satisfied after uMng it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mim Lizzie Fakius ban gone to for a two week' vl!t. Mn. J.C. McClaiiy U bick from a iit to friends in Rockcastle. Mim Ellen Weaken went to visit relative in Nicholasville Saturday. Kobt. ilARUiNd, Enj, of Danville. was here on legal business Saturday....

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 June 1885

ntcrrorounml CHARACTER IX HAIR. A BARBER WHO READS THE MINDS OF HIS CUSTOMERS. (tutllEics of the Srleiicc or "Plillogrnplijr" ClKimcter ns lixprvMeil y tlio Ilonnl IVlilcli Outline tlio i'lilloratihlo Art. Chicago News lutervku "You'd, kMver ha able to guess the secret cif my success "' sitld i. well-to-do proprietor of a down-town tonsorial parlor to a reporter n low days ago. ".Now, mind you, tb barker's trail o, as it is commonly practiced, is. sot a didlcult on;, and there is very littb tttlio innde nt It, but to liandlo the business IStOaPit Mill yield big proilU, Is where the flno in. Of course I have a no kind of businesi can be carried on successfully without a systom but to hotter understand my scheme lot me glvo you an idoaof thodilllculties in tho busiuejs. "Now, to begin with, your customers nro all men, no two of whom are alike. One patron has peculiarities entirely difTorent from another, yet alt havo to In pleased or Ihbir patronago will bo lost. Too art Is to BUit yo...

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 June 1885

6 ? fv j. t. itifefiiif "Plenty of them." "A Mins Castle? I've a message for her." "Irene Castle? Yes of course I know her; visited Fannie Carter, at home, last spring." ' "I wish you would favor me with her ad drew," said Philip, throwing a card on Mr. DinRiilej'a knee. clipping the address thun easily obtained ,nt0 " Pcket, he and Mr. Uingnley talked l snd "ke.l away the dintance to toD' where " Prted. Philip went im- fledltelr "'l d wrote a note ask ' inn n.,taatA , a m11 ! J . 1 If 6 ,'iuiiiuu iu tn it oii auu o'clock, saying he wished to see her on particular business, inclosed Mr. D.ngnley's card and sent it to her without delay. The answer came siying that Mlsn Castle would be delighted, and the time appointed found Philip sitting with bent brows, studying a plain freed girl on opposite eofa. "We did not get acquainted while you were in Lexington, Miss Castle," Philip aM7lnir, "but I feel that I know you TerT we,1i for " 'hat, and am acquainted wiln " ,il,Ie ft, l,e knowledge...

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 June 1885

Stanford, Ky., Jane 19, 1885 w. P. WALTON. The appointment of Mr, James B. Dblarw to be poftmaeter at Dinyille was on Monday and telegraphed us at once but the meuage must have tarried longtlio line for congratulations as it took nixttca home to reach this ofii:e from the titna it vr an sent. In common with all his swwppsper friends wo are delighted to pee k .honorable, competent and deserving one ol our number recogntzid and in a measure remunerated for a life of devotion to mud work for the principle) of the demo pirtr. Tte appointment honors ulikutho Provident and Gov. McCrearj ad both deeerve the plaudits of the people. Dinvillians we know will eay tbat it wai the very best that could have been made. Tub democratic nominee for le election to the Legislature from Fayette county, Hon. V. P. Kimball, has withdrawn Trom the race to accept a position under Gan. Robinson iu the revenue department. 3Ir. Kimball is the young man who changed hu vote at a suppicious time from Sen ator AVi...

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 June 1885

iijwmu.i,iJBBiini,Mi.iiijwMjifjr.m Stanford, Ky June 19, 1885 I. a N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North-.., r. m. South.... ,...1 JO r. k. Kxprcsstraln" Houth ,. 1 A, M. " " Horn... (Mas .. 2 03 X, M, Tbe jOto li calculated on standard time. Wolar Urn It about 20 minutes faster . LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour pcliool booki from Penny A McAliotcr. Watches and Jewelry rejiMred on thorl nolico anil warranted by Penny & Jluv the Haas Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Peony A;McAN later. A complete ftock of jewelry, latent ttylc, 1 lock ford watched n cjiecinlty. Pen ny A McAlintff. FAHMKits, Rkau Tins. (Jo to Dr. M. L. Ikmrne's druir 'lore and net one (uckfige of Sam A. Clarke Hog Remedy. If you are not vntirGed after Uin it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mil, and Mrs J. L. Si.avin, of Crab Orchard, were in town jeaterday. Miis. Dn. L. F. Huffman and Mian Ann Cook are. at Drippinc HprinRi'. Mn. 8. L. Poweiis in back from the citlc with another bit; lot of goodx...

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 June 1885

yC ntcriorounmI THE SEA LAWYER. LABORING NOT FOR HIRE BUT FOR THE GOOD OF HIS SHIPMATES. TIk) iMtiratlon mill Pi not Ice or aiirltlmc Lawjon ArRxluS n Onsi lloforo tlio Cnptnlsi Mrklns tlio Com-; tnnmli'r's Llfo L'nliniip. IKew York Ttraw.1 Iu rtMi'lj ovary ship's cw is at least one jailor wiiu Is ell rerw I In maritime law, to far ns It iwtnlns to tbo rlRbts of himself and hteshliitiintes. The sailor who innUs pretensions to legal knowledge of this description Is very properly called a soa lawyer. Unlike his legal contemporary of the land, the soa lawyer scorns to work for lilro. llo labors only for tin gouJ i.f hi shipmatos and whatever personal Rlory may fall to him for having championed their caue. Tuose.t layer nover uuiltatss to tako up Iho causo of n shipmate who imagines that bo bas6UlIor.il wrongs at the hands of his superiors. The threats of the ollleers havo no terrors for him. Ho Is always Milling to fay down bis brief and assume a crown of niartjrdom, and ns long as ho ...

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 June 1885

fiplro Setm Frlttitv sa. oo xjcu annum Wbcn raid itrletl In adsaneo. If we bare wait any time. H will h chsrsod. V. P. WALTON. THE CURIOUS PALM CRAB. to Islnntl "rigs" How tho Crntx THE J3110TIIERS. An Entertaining and Instructive Serial Story, WritUn Er.prMly for the Interior Journal. BV MUX MILDUED LHWI8. neciwiry to hliu to keep him la the rinht way. "Without him I would eoon net to lie tho fame hard aim that 1 wax before. I don't want him to influence and two boya at their studies nnd e.w bow KUard neemed and ho often his 1 eyen wandered from hi bsoV, he turned to 1 Mm Graham who st new him darning when your older pon in nt echool you can tablo linen. "I am goine to nend not may here alone, dm, do a really to a college." Mm Urahnm looked up Kentrou not." 'quickly. "Yen," said the Dr, "we'd uiim Added to all which the Dr. could oay ' him I know, but he mint go, he needs the wim Kdward'a enlreatiei and at last Mrs I advantage of a new lud and a Cirnham concerned to go. change of p...

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 June 1885

$nimor$oraI Stanford, Ky., June 23, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The nnnouncement cornea from Frank fort lht Chief Justice Hlnea hnu decided not to tnd for re-election. Owing to rick new or other cause, Judge Ilinea baa not rendered the State b much eervice as be thould done and his decision will therefore be accepted wlthoutn murmur Among the candidates already announced for the position are Judge Dulaney, of Bowling Qrecn, and Mr. Sweeney, of Oa'cnsboro. The latter will be re membered in connection with the raco for U. B. Senator, his candidacy having made Blackburn's election possible. The afpefor8 all over the State will be glad to know that the Court of Appeals has reversed Judge SumrallV decision in the cue of the wc.f or of Jefferson county, that he was not entitled to receive pay for taking -lists where the perron listed has no property. The Supreme Court virtually holds that under the General Statute?, assessors are entitled to fifteen cents for each person whom they report to the St...

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