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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 June 1885

4- t f Stanford, Ky June 23, 1885 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall trsln golnf North -13 SO r. u. South Ear-re Uraln" South 182 a.m. Norn m 2 03 a.m. The kore If calculated on lUn dard time, tiotir Hat It about 30 minutes filter LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your echool booki from Penny A McAliater. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and warranted by Penny A to Buy the Haas Hot; Remedy, the oriRt nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A coMri.irrK of jewelry, latent ityle. Itockford watches n rpcctalty. Penny A McAlltler. it Fahmeri, Head This. Go to Dr. M. h. Bourne' druc tor and et one package of r;am A. Clarke llojj lUmedr. If you are not iatUnwl after uaini; it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mr. and Mih. J.C. Hays are visiting at Paint Lick. Mih Lee CorreY, of Wayne, U with Miss Mary Jone. Mn. Samcei Hardin, of Minticello, wa here last week. Mih UitwiK Pkx.ninhtom ha gone to Mt. Sterling to visit Mra. I. S. McKlroy. Hon. BnnKiNRiBfiE Josrs, of St. Louie, was with hia frie...

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 June 1885

- T chin $nicrioroitrimI FIFTH AVENUE. NEW YORK'S LINE OF MAGNIFICENT BROWNSTONE PALACES. Tlio Grout Defect or IU Architecture Tlio Profusion of n Trlllo Hnrfoarlc l'coplo AVIio I.Ito Slilo liy Slitc. Joe Howard In Phlletdeliihro Preae It is the lmbit of Now Yorkeri to atyle Fifth avenue tao lirtt ttret in America. Bo far as wealth, ou J extont, and uniformity of buildings go, It tiroliably is. Beginning nt Washington siiunre, it extends a"bovo Ilarlom; nuJ us far at Fifty -ninth street, it is almost un unbroken line of brovrnstone palacos, while from that po'.ut up its is marvelous. Tho architecture U not only impressive, it Is oppressive. Its great dofect is In Its monotony, which soon grows tlroionn. A variation, a contrast Eomothlng much las) ornato or elaborate would bo n relief. Its lack of enclosures, of ground, of of gardons, is a visual vico. Block aftor block, mile upju mile, of tho snmo lofty brountone, high stoop, fronts wearies tin eye. It is liko tho perpatual rod bric...

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 June 1885

Semi & 1 W Ml I II' MT IT VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1885. NO. 33. ourna futtllnhvil Tuemlttv nail Mw .( XJ2Il ANNUM Whsnpnld strictly In advance. It wo have to watt nr time. 82.fJO will bo chanted. V. P. WALTON. IMrtlculur. lit ii SjiI !." Atr.ilr A Vorjr ITiirortiiuntn Mliiinlerstiiidlii2. Illeii lVrly Poorwl Jr. Hitrtmnnii m rstfnrdol nliiiovt nttlia ooiutnnct)inat)t of hi, cuiiitreadoiinl cnrr. m n continued bachelor, lilt llrt nml only lovo nirnlr linviiu lml a Mid terinlnntion. Tlie lady' limns) ni Ami Culininii, nml Rim mm tlw daughter nf n proiul, wealthy citizen of I.iiieastsr. In 13 J Mr. Jluebaimti wai elected to eongre, ntul tlm next wish continued far Into July, uh'Miliu rvturnel liom In thi llaltlmoru tijj, tlrwl nml dusty. Aftr hs lml vslil nml ituiii(tl 1)U clutliji, lit) itartei out for a ilKirt ktroll, In uli anl MIm Oram Huldey, to Will-lam Jentilnjji, mIio rIJol on the comer of Smith Quomi atrext, the terminus uf the aoutlmeit angle, happening ...

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 June 1885

rl Siwrfbrd, Ky June 20, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Wr. Vilas, the Pontmaater General, does col believe in making hie department a aere politicalmachlne and ita 40,000 poet-casters and 100,000 direct and indirect em p!oyee,a lot of bencbmen for n political Kbit!, regardless of the interest of the service or of the people. The republican party has used it to advance its interests and tint accounts for about all the scandals which bare surrounded the service. lie lainks this is a good time to break up the notion that the poetmasterships are the pe collar properly oi politicians anu mat everything must be subservient to their convenience and purpcees. Continuing he says: lbeliee, of course, that the offices as a Tula should be given to persons who are in In accord with the views of Administration, but there should be some discrimination d bo as to secure the person who i8 anost satisfactory to the majority of the community in which the office is situated. Instances bave occurred in which an en...

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 June 1885

Stanford, Ky Mall train going North, 1 South, Kiprmilrsln" Mouth. ' " Norn.. PERSONAL. Juno 20, 1885 I. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. )! .. J280 r. M. ..i o r. m. .. i n xt m. . 2 03 A. M, The joto li calculated on standard time. tint li about 20 minutes faster tfolar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your reboot booki from Penny c McAlinter. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort notice and warranted by Penny & McAlis ttr. Buy the Haaa Hog Kerned-, the original and only genuine, from Penny A complete dock of Jewelry, latest ntyle. Kockford watched n specialty. A McAlialer. FAnMErtf, Keau Tina. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druc More and get one package of fiam A. Clark' Hoc Bemedf. If you are not iatifled after ulnR it your money will be refunded. Mn. II. P. Miiiiileton, late of New-comb, Tenn., wai here yesterday, Miw.T. II. Demaiiee, of Louisville, is with her cousin, Mrs. W. L. Dawson. Mn. Ben Haulah, of California, has been on a visit to Mrs. Weiley Kout. Mm Ada Formi, of Clereland, O , is Tinting 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. — 26 June 1885

Y" THE " POT-BOILER." THE ARTIST WHO TURNS OUT AN OIL FAINTING IN TEN MINUTES. An "I'nrlsnloil Collection ' or Had Murine, Tropicals nnil Imltntlon Turner's nnd A nt Work. Tribune. ) "A Certainly I know what a pot-boiler' K'' Tliuii Hi.tl the stranger, regarding Ui Interlocutor with almost n resentful Air, os if no imputation of Igncrnnco had boon cast upon him. The two woro standing in the doorway of a Stota street mock-auction room, regarding, with mingled feolings of curiosity nnd nimtsement, "an unrivaled collection oi oil painting," whereof tho putative author were among tho most celebrated nrtists ol Euroro. Tho stranger Lad been moved bj tho spectacle to mention tho subject. He went on to say: "All thU stult U tho work of 'pot-boiler;" nnd. with n discursive sweep of his right hand, ho took in a heterogenous group ol bad marines, hand-me-down tropical, nn1 uuforglvablo copies of Bonheur nnd Land-peer. There was one racrilegius caricature of a Turnor. All that stull', sir," th...

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 June 1885

tm 0 UCChii) itieftof jtf m VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1885. NO. 34. ourmi VubUahed TuctJnv ami J'rtilttvn a.oo xx3it annum Whan paid strictly In advance If we have to wait any lime, 82,50 will bo chanted. W. P. WALTON. OAVMLLE. BOYLE COUNTY Licence win ieii!l oa Saturday for the marriage of Mr. John Ilfeunln and Mix Hirah J. William. 'Squire K I. Kti'aell han erected u neat brick cottage on gutith .' j Hlreet, it claw of bulltlitiK' much needed in I).invllle. Plana and apecificatiotm for the new Catholic church at Junction Ciljr have been prei'iufil nnd wnrk will ..oon bivin on it. Dnv .Mohnicn and Juncliou City HUmlanl idayrd n match tame of but btll Friday evrniiii: when the former dub won tcora 28 to 11 The I) A D Iunliiute lm closed for the simmer niul nil o( the teacher have gone away to prml their taoation. pjpIN left Kutinitr on the L. St. X. for their homec Wakefield A HtiiUon bought on Saturday from W. M. Hie fine combine 1 mare for $12), anleiine lirm o!d ...

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 June 1885

Stafford, Ky., i June 30, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Is this fsue will be found a card from Jit. Join II. Milltr withdrawing from the race for reprtfcntatiye. He gives as a for his action the belief that he is aud odious to eome members of the party, but we opine that this opoinion cesacs more from imagination than reality, m we bare heard no such expression. True there had not been much enthusiasm ex kibited for him so far, but he is not the man to create a great ueai 01 mat leeuog, aed the election belnc some time off no coo eeetned to think it necessary to pitch right into a red hot canvass yet. Mr. Mil. ler has taken this apparent luke warmness for opposition, but we are fully convinced that there was nothing of n decided per-tonal nature against him. Many thought and perhapi justly that he was not the man for the hour and feared defeat of the party anore than they considered Mr. Miller's claims. Had he decided upon this course of actiou a month sooner we should have raised no objection...

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 June 1885

Stanford, Ky Juno 30, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mall tnln going North ., 1339 r, M. Bouth... ....1 40 r. u. Csvrnitraln" Bouln.... .. 1 SI A. M. ' " " Norb ( 2 03 A M The ore li calculated on standard time, Solar tlmtli About 20 nil antes faster iGCMi NOTICES. Buy your school boolci from Penny A McAlisler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A iJuY the Haas Hog Keniedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A comi'Lktb stock of jewelry, latest atyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Pen ny a McAlisler. FxitMEJis, Read This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's, druc store and get one pickaxe oi bam A. l lark's Jlog Kerneuy. If you re not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miss Belle Tvnnc is TlsltinK in Richmond. Mih Maikiie Xewlanii is in Lsnoas ter visiting relatives, Mn. T. W. Ilimuss. of Louisville, is here on n visit, looking well. MtM Kate Hunn, of Shelby City, is the gurst of Miss Alma Hays. MEs?n. W. B. CnooiC...

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 June 1885

1 sancmraammnarmm nif rior$ournal TALLY-HO POLKS. FOREMOST BELLES AND BEAUX OF v THE METROPOLIS. Annual I'nmdo of tlio Coaching Club Hevr I'li'liliiu Slums Itself to tin Coin- moil 31iiUltm1ont the Knees A limn b.iok. tew York Cor. Dostcn Herald.) Vory mplendent was the Oonchln; clul on it BUUel parade. As a sjwetator of a circus' entry into town, you may hnvi. nbatod your aw tufllcieutly to pity tho bo deckod women who, perclioil high on thi bedlatvned chariot), with their facsi an J finory cruelly glared by tho noonday sun, trer subjects of much shameful comment mid little genuine admiration. Now her wero thirty. three of tbo foremost bellos ol tho motropjli, maidens, and young wives nil reputable for social north, voluntary exhibits in precisely such n cavalcade. Thoit state were on the lofty t ps of gaily painted coaches, drawn by double teams of hones. Their clot lot were of tho latest brightmu in spring toilotj; and the loudly blown horns of buglers announce.1 their progress t...

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 July 1885

fttlf 't I not used to being in mint. It ia a now rolu eJ ly hi wife that alio had refuactl Henry ! j(lt Walton has nn explanation to make of Graham and tn end of eligible ?waina be- i taese truths and I onlj write thi to enable cause fate intended her lor mm. for him to do o Xetj Respectfully, which the cirpenter was bath grateful and ; J. H. Miller proud. And m we have ince heard that ' The statement made by Mr. Miller Hboro the guitar ROt broken and Mrs. throat in accordance with the facts and in our dleeaaed, which diablt her for vocalizing, , ariJcje on his withdrawal we did uot in-we judge he has n tolerably pccelul time, tend to leave au improKion pr judicial to Dr. CliKneyeent Edward to a university j uim.. He did offer to withdraw but left it where he did hlmiiclf great honor and entirely with the commitlce to accept or came from il a minister. He had choen j rtject. Ilia final action wa diflerent. He it as his life work; bad como to it with a i did not consult the committe...

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 July 1885

JBffiTT sk. , Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. July 3, 1885 The County Committe in view of the fact that we nre without a democratic nomU xteior the Legislature met Tuesday afternoon and decided to call a maes to be held at the Court-house next "Monday, county court day, at 1 o'clock for -lie purpoee of nominating another candi thnte if the democrats then assembled shall o decide, which we believe they will There is no necessity of giving up the fight .-.,.. marnlv her11P Mr. Miller hl.8 task., while the Pharisees are seeking for higher places from which to glorify them- wives. Lou. Timee. Gen. Logan, the dirty old . pitter, the administration severely for filling the cfSces under him with democrats, not withstanding there has been less than 15, COO changes in the offices numbering over 100,000. The determination of the Pres-dent to go slow in the matter of appoint-meats does not seem to be appreciated by the partisans and we believe he would receive i much praise from them and infinite...

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 July 1885

Stanford, Ky,, July 3, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 tuln going North . 1133 r. tf. Boutn ... A..1 -10 r. u, Ksrrt strain" Bouth.... 1 Si At M, ' " Horn ....... 2 05 A. at, The h xts Is cslculatcd on standard time, Bolat ttmt li About 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES, Buy jour school booki from Penny A McAlIsler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIn ter. Bcy th Haia Hog Remedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl later. A coMri.rrK ntock of jewelry, latest ityle. Kockford watchcn a epecialty. Pen ny h McAlister. Fahmek, Heap This. Go to Dr. M. L. Itourne,' drug store and get one package of Ham A. Clark's Hog llemcdy. If you are notnitUfied after uaiug it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mimes and Kosa Si wok were here yesterday. Msm Annie Looan, of KnoxvlIIe, h with Mn. 8. J. Embry. I'nor. Ausek Kmeks left for his homo at llarrodibtUK Wednesday. Du. I S. Uf nnrrrn and J. II. Hiiton, of Brodhead, were here tbls week. Mn. and ...

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 July 1885

y 'JIIE GOOD OLD QUILT. tfOT LIKE THE MODERN DELUSIONS OF THE GUEST CHAMBER. Uullt "Omnilima" SInktM It "i n Ms miU IViiftu in Her Own lllewl (llil Jloort" Tlie I'niuily lllilory. tturdette In Brooklyn Eswrte ) "Ywtns Funnynjan" No, I did your joka about the quilt ccntilnlng 3,543,'lTT studies beoaun it was o much Juanler than anything I can write niy3elf. That was ono reaion, tt U true. Whtmn oorrespotidunt sinda ma anything funnfor than my own stuff-, 1 do decline to insert it sver tbe correspondent's imm. Dut I do not, n you assert, reject it iu n mean spirit of petty jen'ouy and onvy Ob, no, I steal it. I chuck it rijjht into my own funny rolumn, n ono of my own. I npprcprlati all tbe funny things sent in by funny correspondents jait m calmly as the business aianagor appropriates the stamps IncloioJ for tho roturn of tha manuscript that never outum. Mo aud the business manager has aoft things of it speaking after the dialect Xor did I intimate that it snw too old. That is, the q...

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 July 1885

Imtefiif uttftt VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1885. NO. 36 3Jonnral i'uti(lnhfit Tucmlttuv ttml Frlilavn S3.00 XI3K. ANNUO! When paid itrlctlr In advance. K we hare to wilt nT time. 8VI.50 will he charged. W. P. WALTON. BENEATH THE APPLE TREE3. Clinton rxxillard J Upon a morning tunny In golden summer-time. "Whon boe worn making houoy And poots making rhyme, A maiden Rownod In satin, With oyoi 1 1 ttt Mippbiro soas, Was humming low in Intlu, Ilonoath thi apple trwos. "Amor"' she Mig. and after, "Ainnf she oovly said, Then, with n pool of lnughtor, Hlio shook lior roguish head. "If he wore standing yondor, And hoard." cried gay Louiso, "What would he do, I wonder, lleneath the npple treed" I prithee tell. Sir Lover, If you should re niul Lear, And, turning round, discover That no one was anoar. Would you pnu.i undecldod Or slyly creep atvl sells And kin the tweet. J 1 did IWnoalh tho applo treeil PARADE DAY IN MEXICO. Celebration of an Anniversary llrlltlanl hhosv of t'li...

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 July 1885

Bfcufbrd, Ky July 7, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Ab will be seen by s report of the proceeding of the Mass Convention, there will Ira no democratic opposition to Mr. F. F. Babbitt, independent candidate for the Leg' filature, and the indications are that his cherished hope of 14 years is near fruition. We haie never seen a more enthusiastic nomination than the one unanimously ten deredMr.J. E Lynn, but he had fully made up his mind not to run and entreaties were unavailing. Under the circumstances ire think he ought to have yielded and made the race, but be knows his business best, and we recognize his right to act as be 'aw fit in the matter. After his declination it Jtcemed tb.V no man who could win would make the race, and the Convention, appreciating the fact adjourned without making a nomination. We do not admit that a good man could not have beaten Mr. in fact we are firmly convinced that most any acceptable man could, but the Jateness of the canvass prevented such from Visaing to ente...

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 July 1885

ournx Stanford, Ky July 7, 1885 L.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train folng North .. U89 r. u. " " ' Bouth 140 p. v. Kirws strain" Bouth...... .. 182 a.m. " " Norh m. . 2 05 a.m. The jotb Ii calculated on standar J time, Hoist time Ii J bout JO minutes faiUr LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your school booln horn Penny A McAllater. Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on abort nonce anu warranteu by 1'enny A .McAll ler. Buy the Ilaaa Hog Kemedy, the orlgi nal and only genuine, from Penny A A stock of jewelry, latent style. J lock ford watchr n specialty . McAllater. Faumkiw, Read Tiuh. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's ilni atore and get one package of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Kemedy. If you are not aatlafled after ualnK it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mil. WALi:r.u Bascom, of Missouri, ia Tilting frienda here: Mn. Jam K8 Bi.ii, of Lexington, is on a vlait to his frienda here. Rev A. 8 Mojtett and fsrallr are at Kale's well for a few week. Miuim MlLDiiei) Lewi-) and Fannie Hill nre at Dripping Springs. Mitt ( S ...

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 July 1885

n . Jntcnorjonnml , 1ISIMJ! HAIL COLUMBIA. Mlt M'MASTER'S ACCOUNT OF THE ORIGIN OF THE NATIONAL SONG. Ill- Ineidout of vlic Time f 17UK Tarty Ntrifo llctvrcrn aud "Kejiubllcniu" The Ttlnr "rrcslilont's JInrcli " . lrro "The People of the United Stubs." Thoutands of men vho John Adams, who detottod tho Fo lerallsts, who lontliod tho liiflusncj Great Urituin had In federal affair, now turned t support tho government witU visor. Their heart wero still warm toward Franco. Hut thoy could not suffer oven to old and dear an ally to heap up Insult on their nativo land. Such an outburst of patriotism had never before been soon. It bean at Philadelphia, and uprcail thonco as fust vs ths could carry tho now. Night after ni?lit at tho theatre, pit, Loses and gallery joined la ono mi;hty shout for the "President' llarch," for "Yankoo Doodle," tr for the stirring music of -Stony Point" Whlla the .aim wero being playod tho wildest ox- citomant provailod, Tho aulbnea rojo to their foot, stood upon ...

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 July 1885

Semi fReekln d iiteno mtfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1885. NO. 37. $nicrior journal rubUKhal TitcmUtuH (tml Frithiv Ha.OO X331l ANNUM When paid strictly Id advance. If we have to wait anr tliQc. 83.no will le charsed. W. P. WALTON. "STHONG TO ENDURE." Miss IllrUnd In 1 lUt a low, iUMt calling night and day, Como hltbor, lionrt! Como swiftly down this wny, Outreach and longing havo their limit otul, And coldest sourcoi to tho goV arms tend. I lilt a low, itteot railing soon rind Into Why vrnvor, heartl Wny heed tlio clnltni of Into Olve clinging lips for v rotted ones of woj And wreck tiio only bslng tbnt ho know! To which my on) unties Answer strong nud clear, Unsullied lova li closer Uwveu, dear! Tho (rotted moth, betiiucked of moon nnd tar, Outiuwirth wing that fierce ceilings mar. Tbo cyrlost .now amid air deserts drear. 'Scapes earthllost toil in hor hard (there, Tho' cold nnd stem, li puro Leyond com- jmru. Loosing her mow to lay her boulder bare. Tli 9 heavlost...

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 July 1885

wm. , ass InierioronrnaI Stuford, Ky., July 10, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Gev. Grant iu the pieface of bis forth raxaing bjok aijt: "Man propose! and God deposes. There are but few ereota in the affairs of men brought about their own choice. Although frequently arged b friends to write my memoirs, I had determined never to do bo, nor to write aajthiuj; for publication. At the age of - atari? 02 I received an injury from a fall fihichconfiied me closely to the house, while it did not apparently affect my gener al betltb. bhortly alter the raicauty oi a basin a a partner developed itself by the nnoouncement of a failure. This wag followed eoon after by universal depression of all securities, which teemed to threaten the extinction of a good part of the income ttill retained, and for which I am indebted to the kindly act of friends. At this juncture the editor of the Csntury Magazine asked me to write a few articles for him. I oawented for the money it gave me, for at that moment I was living...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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