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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 10 July 1885

jtmHMcchIT$ntmor gowns Stanford, Ky., July 10, 1885 t. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali train going North. mo r. m. " - Boutb 140r.M. ttipiN strain" youth...... ... 1 82 a.m. f ' Norh .. .m. 2 0SA.M. The kjot la calculated on standard time. HoUr t mi U 4 bout 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. Fnteu Candle always at T. R WaltoaV BEY TOUT icLool bonln from Pnnt A McAIiiter. "WATcnr.8 nnd Jewelry repaired on nhort cotice and warrnnted br Penny & McAIla ter. UCY the Ilau Hog Kemedjr, the original and only genuine, from Penny &McAl iater. A complete flock of jewelry, latent trie. Kockford natchea a rpeciallr. Pinny A McAllater. FAiiMEns, Rkad This. CSo to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druc (tore and get ono ji.ncksne of Him A. Clark's Hoc Remedy. If you are not gatlafied after ualng it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mns. William DiwrON ii Maying at rrijijilng Springs. Mit. 8. W. Given, has gone to apend a week at Dripping Springa. Mi's" Katc 1'owtxl, of iluitonyille, !a with Mift Ihllc Bour...

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 July 1885

!. f! A ' m fc n(crioronnmI IK THE EVERGLADES. ROUGHING IT IN THE FLORIDA. SWAMPS OF A Trip lo tlio Ochlcliiibce Country nml Somo l'nctft About Heclalmod Isind Drcilcln tlio Stimuli unit Itullillns Cannls. Por. later Ocean. 1 Threo of us rtirntiKO 1 f or n. trip down tbo Klssimmet) valley into the Okechobee country. Wo i ecured tho little end-wheel steamer, Rosalie, one of ft ileit of Ave or eii small craft that ply these lulnnd wateri in obedience to passenger or fiei?ht demand. 1 may say tbat tbo passenger demand luu not nmountod to much m yet, for tbo facilities are oxcoodiujly limited, nui tliedredgos can only lie passed onco a day. The trip only po'wssJ added attraction! to our littlo party of two gentlemen and one lady because of the small experience In'Tousliin it" which it ould involve Tbo boat was one used in conreviuz pljes to tbo dredges of the Okecbobee Laud and n few wosks later the cane was planted.' For breaking the land u team of mutes was used; for cultivating, 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. — 14 July 1885

Sieroi CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTS MIm Nannie Wood, of D.tnville, is via IltriR MIm Louanna Jamea. Min Xannio Uilmore, of i'ulaskl, In yieitlnj; Mm. J. If. Hutching. MIs. Maggie Dunn, cf county, !s visiting Mff. Whit Montgomery. Mluei Kate Haya and Laura Adams have returned homo, full-Hedged teachere, hav. injj teemed a Stated certiGcile by at GlaioT Normol School. The Trujtoi of the Crab Orchard High School hare not ere j red a uiale principal jet. The wish to rent the College building to a male teacher of experience for ono or more ears and allow him to employ litis own aidants, ret hla own price , Ac. A Rood attendance of pupil can be aecured. l'rof. nice had over a hundred pupilt upon his roll IwUcion. Joe Joneo, of thla place, wa ahot by Hob Chappel, a lad of nineteen, at the "German Picnic" on the knob lait Saturday. The report brought from the ecece of action waa ai follow: That Jonf at tended the picnic considerably under the intlaence of lhiuor and upon arriving upon the g...

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 July 1885

m I nte rioronrnaI Studbrtl, Ky July 14, 1885 w. P. WALTON. That Kentucky needs a new constitution ereif thlntlng man will admit. The present document is out of date, doea not conform to the laws of the general government isow in fores and ia defective in many particulars. The Courier Journal thus sums op Bomo of the neede: "Kentucky needs lawn which will punish murder. It needs lo reorganize its Judiciary department. If needs to have district courts which will hold alt criminals to a strict accountability and a Supreme Court which will not on appeals reverse every decision for punishing murder. It needs a better and more comprehensive school system, a system which commends itf elf to the judgment of 4he people, and which they will liberally aupport by state and local taxation. It necda a constitutional provision which will make it impossible heroilter for the Legislature to waste the time and money of the people on local and special acts. It needs a mere just and efficient system o...

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 July 1885

i I - - . 4- i r . f t Stanford, Ky., July 14, 1885 . AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill ' train going North .... ..'-1239 r. M. Houth t 10 r. M. nirrcasiraln" Kouth..., ... 1 32 A. H. M Norh. .... 2 OS A, W, The hjot li calculated on lUn Jard Uaie. Bolar tine U about 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. Fituii Ciwdlu Mwiiya nt T. II Wdllou'n. ..B..Y our (C,lo1 book'' 'rom Penny A MoAlIalcr. Watches and Jewelry repaired on n!iort notice and warranted by Penny A Hoy the Ha'an Hog Remedy, the ordinal and only genuine, from Penny A co.Mn.CTE of jewelry, Intwt tyle. Kockford watchea a pecialty. Penny A MeAlliter. FAUMEH8, Read This, (Jo to Dr. M. L. Rourne's drwr More and (jet one jiackago of Bam A. Clark1 Hoc Remedy. If you ro notaatUfied after lining it your money will be refunded. " PERSONAL. Miis HtrcAX Stew autU lyin at the point of death, Miw 0. II. McKtnney has gone to Dripping Spring. Miw T. J. IioM.EY has gone to county to Welt relMhee. Misi Ida VANAtsnru.,of McAfee, . the Rtieet of Mm. II....

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 July 1885

' If ifi thin Interior Journal AMELIA FOLSOM. THE RULE OF BRIGHAM YOUNG'S "NUMBER SEVENTEEN." Not 1'rotly Nor Attractive, but rossosscil of Nali a Shrewdness nml Tact Tho l'ronhct AVns Grievously Afr.ld of Her. Lisle Losterln New York World. Old Brlghatn Yountf had Leeti gatheraJ to his "senlert wives in glory" only about one year Mbon kit favorite polygnmoui favorite, Amelia Folsom stepped into another harem at number two in tho bomshold of a Mormon railroad otllcial. Ainalin Folsom nas tlA;n about S3 years of aje, aud among L. -. .!- - ,.- mo younger nomun 01 iuo xouiig unrein. SUo was tlia first to polygamy nftor Driguatn's death, nnd her "Jays of mourning" ivere probably long enough to add zst to tho now courtship. As soon as ftrigbam "shuttled oir his mortality and passed behind that vail where a score of sealed awaited him, the long-petted Amelia set nbout making "a change." She placed herself second In tba new household. She found that tho could not live in the same extravaga...

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 July 1885

f xUll HKeeUn MMUimi lonftial r VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1885. NO. 39. journal Vubltehefl TucHilnv Mini t'rltlau 8'J.OO XM311 ANNUM Wlunrald strictly In advance. If we have to wait any tlnio. 83.00 will be ehargod. W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. A Sronv or a Dude. Once upon a time not tor Ion ago, a dude of doubtful ago but no leu a dude, who hat taken up a temporary retldence in the town of Crab, hired a Bpauklnir team and eurrey of James fi Cbadwlck, and In coiupsnj with two of our uimI fascinating ladles drote in the direction of the famous "Old Dripping BprlnRs." Tfce "ut bclc through a lonely wood aod the hour belog late, this dude had to conient himself with the admiring Klancesonly of the two ladies who accom7 panied him as the crowd to attenible at that famous old watering place had them by aereral hours Hat this dude'e cup of happiness wu full to over-flowing, when upon their arriral at the springs he saw before him a crowd of fifteen hundred 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. — 17 July 1885

Interior Joimral Starfbnl, Ky oat in n I fapc card in which ha July 17, 1885 OT. P. WALTON. JJoth the democratic and republican are united on the question of the necctsiiy of calling a canttitutional con vention and ever man who gives it a thought ctn not fail to vote for it at the coming election. If tho methods now prescribed are carried out and the vote is for tho convention, the same process will have to be cone through with two iyesrs hence nod then if the call is a second time carried, tho onveotion to change our constitu tional law will be held. The work of that conTention will then be left to the people for adoption or rejection at the polls, so it -will be six jenrs before we can adopt a new constitution even if the vote is in the affirm stive tliis time. Let every man vote for the call, that the proceedure ma? be according to law and nut revolutionary as mar be the cee, if the question is not settled at the polls now. The republicans of Virginia have nominated John S Wise ...

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. — 17 July 1885

omns Stanford, Ky., July 17, 1885 l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. tUU train going North- -1339 r. m. " " Houth 1 to r. u. Biprtittraln" Boulh...... 192 a.m. Norb - 2 OS a.m. The kjoto Ii calculated on standard Mine. Bolar tlmt li About 20 nilnutoi faslnr LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your booki from Penny h McAlIater. Watches and Jewelry rcpMrcd on nhort notice nnu warrantea by renny ft .McAlia Ur. Buy the Ham Hog Kctneily, the orijji nal and only genuine, from 1'entiy ftMcAl iater. A complete stock of jewelry, latent ityie. liockioril watches n eitecialty. A McAlIeter. FAnMKiw, Keai This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's ilrtiR store and get one package . of Bam A. Clnrk'o Hog Kcmedy. If you are notaattifled nfter uaing it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mtw Ansa Waikiiiuiit, of Meniphif, 1 vlfitinR.Mra.A A. McKinney. W. K Vaiino.v, Deputy Collector, went to Somerset yesterday on busIneM. Col. J. B. Fisn, of'.Mt. Vernon, wai here yeeterday returning from Ljxington. Mn. W. If. Milleh and wife, of Itlcl...

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. — 17 July 1885

; s ' IMP CUE WATER, AND THE MANY DANGERS THAT LURK THEREIN. A Loading Aceiioy for the- Sjireml'of Disease Tim lluino of llio Clinlera llntlcil Wader in u 1'lnguo Preventive. IdilcftRO Tribune Among nil tho preventives which havo Icen niggested, tba history of the diseaso shows that clennlinots is the most efTeottve, ns it U tho cueapost, but for dirty people tho hardoit to npply. While cleanliness should bo practice! In every way. both pergonal and in connection with and their neighborhood!!, clennlluois in water is unquestionably tho most ellectlvo form of applying tin romedy, becnuso tho cholera sulcrobos breed most rapidly in impure water during hot weather, and are more easily convoyod by it from point to point than by tho nir or by clothing, Professor Halrd of tho Smithsonian has called attention to this agency or the spread of diseaso in a manner which dosorves attention. He say in a letter to Tho Washington Star that during tho ho was stationed near the building for six mont...

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 July 1885

rV mzmi a! . mtftial VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1885. NO. 10. oumaI futtUnlictt TttcmliiUH atu! Frlilnv ttU.OO X231l ANNUM Weed raid strictly la advance, tf wo havo to wu ktiT time, 82,50 will be charged. W. P. WALTON. OANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. Scalier Bell the cheapest ami best coil Oflire oorner 15 i nuil Green rtreeh. License for the iuarrU);e of 8 V. Wnltehoue to Mollio Klrklaml win isued this morning. Father Paul Volke, late of Owtnton. arrived a.nd will mtlce hit houu with Brady for the r.'"ent. Ilia clmrce embficei the Oeruun Citbolic colonists in lljyleand L'ncjln countic. In the i)lic court Stturdsy Dan Thomas w fined $75 and coat for Fiem H.I) in jo turouub the left hand . Tne row occurred tit the colored Uititlet church a few nlifuU previously. IJ)th ol the share Mriioi are colored. A meeting of the president of the bw hall clubs of Central Kentucky will b i held at tillcbcrV tbii 3 i m , for the of forming a blue-firm league for tie national Rstue. Danvill...

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 July 1885

SiMforKy., July 21, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The srrcchea of Judge Fox, coupled wlth that moet remarkable of all public documents the pronunciamento of the Republican Executive Committee each vtpielj and without specification charging omethiog wrong in the fiscal administration of the State, render it pertinent, though not necessary, to refer briefly to the amount and character of the State's indebtedness, the resources with which to meet it. tbo rate of public taxation and the jiMffsed value of property in the State. The addreu of the republican committee rharges that the expenditures of the State hare exceeded the receipts in spite of con. ntantlr Increasing aisessments. The Auditor' reports are at variance with this assertion. The assefftd value of the in the State for the fiscal year ending in Jnne 1871 was $429,519,101. For 1879 it was S34'5 037,875, or a reduction of In 1831 the assessment amounted to 5377,838.512, or something near less than in 1S71. When we con-eider that the popu...

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 July 1885

$onnta Stanford, Ky July 21, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North- "90 r. u. Bouth.. l 40 r. ii. . . Hxpretstraln" Boutn . t H it ' Worn .. . 2 0 A, M, The kwore li calculated on standard time, tjolar lime I about 20 uilnutea faster I0CU NOTICES. Buy your echool booki from Penny ft MoAlIilcr. Watoiies and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Penny A Buv the Ilaaa Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny A co.MM.ETE Ftock of Jewelry, latest atyle. Kockford watchei n atieclaltr. ft McAIUter. FAnMEHf, Bead Tuts. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug More and get one package of Bam A. Clark' Hor Kemedy. If you are not eatlefied after unlng it your money wiH be refunded. PERSONAL. P. A. Mandeiiacii is up after a Feme pell. Mu. J. B Paxto.v Is back from Drip. pinR Spring!. Mita Mahy V. Bowman haa gone to Mercer to ce after her farm. Senatoii James B. Beck and wife are Rueata at Crab Orchard Spring!. Mk. and Mks. John Bhown of Car Hale, are guesti of Mr. T....

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 July 1885

emi'JgjmQ.a, vmnxuamMitMkXr.mjiuuMKni ntcrioroiiriral AN CHRONOMETERS. OLD SALT WATER SAILOR CHATS ABOUT THEM. JIBSV tlio Ocean Xnvlgntur THkea Caio of Ills Chronometer r.lfo or Dentil in it Second Ifilbot of ntssre "Kntc" Chicago Herald Interview.) "I noticed Ue other day," remarked an altl pfllt water Milor, who now live) on street, "that you had eoinethltig in the pajwr about chronoraetrs. Now, I happen to have had tome experlenoe lu the um of chrottomoterc. People see them in the window, compare their watches and 3Si. Tow stop to think of the relation! they bold to lifo and property on the ocean. Time was when ships were guided to differ out parU of tbo world without them, but at a frightful Mcrifica of ttm?. and often of ship, cargo and crew. Than the only incam thoy bad of determining tholr lougitudo was by dead reckoning, and that was n, very ioor thlni; to depend 0:1. The old wa van to got into the latitude of tho port sailed for and then steer east or west ns tho case deman...

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. — 24 July 1885

f f igk i. t!!!ftPiM tft "fr VOL. XIY. journal I i'ubUxltrtl TitcHttauit and frtilnyv 83. OO XMSll .rVlVlVUai Wba paid strictly In adranro. If wo hats te mil env time. 8'J.RO wilt be chanted. W. P. WALTON. BEAUTY IN THE BATH. THE ROLLER RINKS DESERTED FOR A MORE SEASONABLE SPORT. Modus Operandi of Tonrlilnu it firlutolKMrl llio Art of S lininliiB 1'lMt Lessons of (lin rrtisshiti Ann)- System Cu. Cincinnati Enquirer Yo," nstuurked uu Athletic yun man, n ho twlrlo I list light tnustnchs nnd looked complacently at trw natty ulilch clothed hlni from n&ck to hnee, "yes, our youuir Indies nnd goutlemaii, too, fur that matter nro dropjiln,; nud getting road y fur the mK water rollers to bo met with on the bsnohea nt Nevort and Old l'olnt Comfort" Tbo ilM wit a Ions hall, tho floor of which hail 1hoi cut nwny In the renter, thi iaco jvlnnkod up nt tho tldet mid then heavily coitetl with cement, forming un enormous bath-tub, at It wore. The floor of the tub, or basin, slojioJ to that "he...

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. — 24 July 1885

Staaford, KyM July 24, 1885 W. P. WALTON. We trust no democrat will be deceived into voting for Judge Fox by his specious pleas. Fretendlng to be a democrat he parades as n prohibitionist, while his candidacy is almost in the sole interest of the republican parly, which has given him its virtaal endorsement and any decrease in the regular democratic majority will be heralded as a coin for it: Were it a fair, stand up fight on a prohibition issue alone, Judge Fox would poll only a few thousand vote', but by an alliance with the he hopes to poll a numerically respectable vote, though he has not the slightest idea that he can do more than decrease Mr.Tate'a majority. Some dissatisfaction is expressed in certain quarters in regard to the manner of the nomination of the latter gentleman, but this has beed inspired snore by a desire to find fault than any good reaKOD. True ho was nominated by the central and executive committees, but they had the right, supported by precedent, to do bo wh...

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. — 24 July 1885

N Imnw Stanford, Ky., July 24, 1885 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall (ittn going North- ,1J33 p.m. Houth ...1 49 r. m. Eiptet strain" Houth. . l n a, if. " Norn.. VJ A)M The jotb la calculated on aUndard tline, Holer tlm U about 20 minutes Tutor iO(M NOTICES. Bov your school booki from Penny A McAlitter. Watches and Jewelry reprUreri on short notice and warranted by Penny & Ddy the Haas Hoc Kcmedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAN later. A coMPLrrK stock of jewelry, latent tyle. Jtockford watches a "iccialty. Pen. ny A McAliater. Faiimeiw, Kead This. Go to Dr. M. L. lJourne'a drug itore and get one package of riam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you are not natkfled after uaing it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. PrtOF. Jamm Kick, of Crab Orchard wai in to ee us Teilerday, -Mm. Will Uckton, who has been juite ill, is somewhat better. Misj Klla IU.mskv went up to Ml. Vernon yesterday to villi relatives. Mn. C. II. AmiensoN, an enterprislnc Dinville merchant, was here, We...

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. — 24 July 1885

(! ' T and maple, throwiny; a shadowy ovor nil tbo ugly, Irregular row of white, MX4MMtKmnrmMmrtMmmtmaNXBmMmmMMViiinaB Semi.SatHnnfrioronnm wooden houses; v w "Want a 'anti POOR MA'M'SELLE! Frank Leslie'. Sho wore n wig, nnd tsok licr complexion out ot n box; but, for oil that, ber friends did not eonsldor lir deceitful They regnrded tho wig and tin lit tit patent blushes as n part ot the exigencies of hor profesioa Doubtleii they wero right; doubtlew, nlao, they xrtra profeskmally in nddressins tbo piteous little bjlng ns Mn'm'folltf, although sho was the hontst wife of a male erenture of no ronlblo vnltu to this terrestrial ball, and reeiringly neither fjeOd enough nor bad enough to be wanted in celestial or infernal region;. Eliza, Jlrs. Tommy 0 Grady, or, ns the bills on e cry barn and fonco in Hucbanau county had it, "Mademoiselle Dain Ello Delafontalne, tho noted soubrette and prima donna, lately from tho cnpitels of Europe," was ns full of uuhappinest as her poor elwsrflh lit...

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 July 1885

i f Slonntonoiis Agriculture. Now York Cor. Cincinnati Knqulrcr. Hart's Island is In caro of nu ovorsoor by tho authorities, and 1U is chielly occuploil by tho dutios of tho place. Tho bos woikmau In tho potter's Held gets satisfactory pay, and so do tho but whether it bo wintur, spring, summer or autumn, whethor it bo rain or shlno, each day brings iU inoi tuary task. Tho workmen got a brief spoil morning and evcring to nttond to tlwir own llttlo patches of vugotnblos, hut ovory day thoy must bo burying somobody. Every tlmo the boat lands It bring! its load of corpses. Kvery day tho trench must bo leugthonod, and ,theu thoro uro ths oc cuslotml mourners and inquirers, mil the sauio topllos nro tittered in a respectful but hacknoyoi manner. Itls not only very dull buslnosi to bo pursuod as n lifo work, but what u repulsive methol of ngrlculturo to bo always planting tho dond. How naturnl tho mmplaint, "there Is too much biMUM'd U.U'AHUU KKMISDY, a poiltlTO cure for Catarrh, Drphtaer...

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 July 1885

Stafford, Ky.. Tra Somerset liqmblican fires a July 27, 1885 W. P. WALTON. It has been decided to burj Gen. Grant in Central Park, New York, and Saturday, -August Stb, has been fixed as tbe day for cocnipninfc bia body to the tomb. His fa urral will be one of the grandest in history irod over a hundred thousand veterans,wlth Gen. Hancock in command, will march iu in procession to his grave. The body will Tamainat Mt McGregor till August 4th, when it will be taken to Albany, where it will lie in state a day and then be taken to the City Hall, New York, where it will lie imitate till the day of burial, ibe procesj was very successful and Ike features of the great General are now more natural than when distorted by pain rioting his long confinement. The coffin is one of the finest ever made, with solid trimmings and a gold plate, with U. S, Grant engraved on it. Since his death Mt. Grant has been the recipient of of telegrams nf condolence from the leading msn of this country, North an...

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