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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 October 1885

Inbriorlonnixl Stanford, Ky., October 6, 1885 LAN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mali triln going North . mdi ..JJ39 r. m. " " ' South, ....1 W r. m. atxpcwilraln" rJoutb.. ., 1 S2 i M. " Noh, 2 06 A. M. JbjOT la calculated on standard Urn, Bolar ilmtli about 20 mloutM fuUr LOCAL NOTICE. Bov your Kbool booki from Penny ft McAUsttr. Comtlete stock of Kbool books and school supplies at McRoWta A Slagg's. Watch and Jewelry repaired on ehort ootice and warranted by Fenny & Boy the llais Hog Kemedy, the original and only genuine, from Penny A complete stock of jewelry, lateat style. Kockford watches, a specialty. Pen ny A McAlieter. PERSONAL. Mim A.n .vie Holmes has been visiting here. Mim Maud Kctlxy has gone to Hoyle to visit relative Mk. Fkank Kotrr has gone West to grow up with the country. Ml -a Kate Haii. has none lo Richmond to visit Mr. LUre Smith. Mr. andMiis Will Chaio are Mrs, Hens Dunn, in Garrard. Mih Maky Jonis, of Stanford, is here vitiling friends. Monticello Signal. Mfed Lizie N'...

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. — 6 October 1885

iS K tWitM$Mt rior louriral SEA TWILIGHT. Household Word. Cold falls the autumn eve on tand and sulfide. The breaker! lift themselves with rush and roar. And myriad ghost-like volcos surge and uiinzle. Along tlio lonoly shore. Uopo has long since with summer hours abated, And faith ebbs to and fro, likoyonJertido, And patlont love, though sho so long bath waited, Is not yet glorified. Ob, tbou boart's 'dearest, take me, bide me, hold me Close in the tranquil kooplng of thy breast, For storm and strife and stress of fears en fold ma. And the great sea's unrest, NAPOLEON III IN AMERICA. Ills Admiration of American Genius How t Fortune Was Created. llloussaye's Confessions. Napoleon III admired American genius because it is creative genius; he gre w Indignant over French character that humiliates itself more anl more in order that a man may become a state official whether a minister or a htone -breaker on tbo hijhways. Turing toward King Jerome and Prince Marat, he said: "I am sure you...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 October 1885

Sam'l Sheriff, J. G. Wallace, J. G. Klliott, Dr.W. C. Johnson II. C. White, D.J. Charbomcan Robt. Conrad, Win, Alexander, J. H. Rossen, Win. Dcmarec, W. L. Whaley, J. M. Sipplc, Jas. Stand, Vet. George, G. K. Kvans, John W. Gaugh, T. R. Kendall, Wm. Points, John Ruhal, 'Squire Robinson Jasper Olds, Alfred Hickens, Gus Hracht, Morgan Hickens, W. H.Childers, John Henson, Kldred Conrad, T.O. H. Northcutt N. R. Colvin, Dr. S. D. Poorc, II. C. Hall, Rich'd Hrumback T. S. Porter, C. C. Nesbitt, J. T. Clements, J. C. H. Conrad, ,G. W. Kchlcr, J. N. Kchlcr, J. R. Lemon. MARION COUNTY, -SOLD HV r. a. Phillips & Co. H.J. Lancaster. Dan Hughes, S. II. Girtin, I. M. Gray, K. D. Kelly, Harney Simpson, K. L. Webb, Elijah Kwing, J. P. Fidler, M. L. Drye, Geo. Graham, Jno. A. Mattingly Perry Mills, Dr. J. H. Kvans, C. F. Brady, Wm. Mills, Tom Mills, K. H. Bowman, C. F. Putman, Jas. M. Miller, Jas. K. Millei, C. W. Cowherd, Peter Abcll, Henry Abell, Taylor Abcll, John Q. Mussen, J. M. Shreve, S....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 October 1885

r SI - - iM . 7 HWu ' i ,ii'- 4 I V . ? Tft , , T - ', 4 I ' . . . i mi, mt i. Mm mg Mm. .".... - ,r ' a- $ i i r i i . I j i,.. t i I! aw 'car . I 1 i f i' l ft hi ri a M

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 October 1885

Semi VOL. XIV. 3E3. 3E. 0'7S7'&lLMlSrS2rm Weeklii BET SDS M A GENERAL LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! In making this our first announcement Wo can show an cxlentivo stock of E&- In conclusion wo ask the trado INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. An Iowa woman ha namd her twin daughters Gasoline and Kerolne. to Pierre Lorlllard'j new dog kennel will coil about 540,000. Mr. Ueweiiier' steel p roc mi patents hare yielded him $000,000 a year for twenty-one year. Philadelphia hi about 40) building and loan societies, doing an annual nwi of about $10,000,000. Inaac Watertnlns Is the name of a (Km) milkman. "I. Watertulne'' would be rather a iUjtRttive sign to have painted on his wagon Land In tho city of London proper 16,000,000 an acre, h Iltors and plumbers rnnimnlatlmf the purchase of land UII1 ' hardly miss this golden opportunity. A new Uullock perfecting pre has been put in the Government Printing Office at Washington, which will roll out twelvo thousand of the fascinating Conyrcmtmal R...

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 October 1885

f Stanford, Ky., October 0, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Tub candidate for count attorney in Marion decided to leave the question of their candidacy to an uncle of each, but the being unable t) agree upon who should leave the field or upon a third man to determine the matter the resorted to the primitive method of drawing straws and H. P. Cooper got the longest. Mr. 8. T. Spalding accepted the result and gate Mr. Cooper a clear field. This takes the cake even over the historical contest between Hoke and Willis in Louisville, when the nimble nickel was brought into play and flipped "Heads I win, tails you loose." And now the say that an effort will be made to prevent Judge Durham's confirmation as Comptroller when the Senate convenes, and that rertain democrats, jealous of his itfluence with the administration, will wink at the attempt if the do not openly aesiat in it. In the event of his re jection, which is not even barely probable, the Judge would be taken in the arms of his constituents i...

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 October 1885

4- T 1 i 4 mi Mw& SemHfHMklfilnteriorJoMnRl Stanford, Ky., October 9, 1885. t.att. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train rolng North. ...... .........m1j3? U. ' " ' Bouth. . ... 1 WJ P. Mi Hzpmitraln" Houtb., i...M(.f.. 1 fl A. H " Norb... 2 0J A. M. lb r jots li calculated on standard tlu. Bolir time Is 4 boat 30 minute faster LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your echool booki from Penny A Mcltonuvrs & Staoo are headquarter for amunition. Ouks at all priced at McIloberUr A SIbbr', from $2 50 to $100. Com r i.rrr. stock of ncbool book and chool RtippUVa at MoUobsrts A Stai. Watchm and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny A Boy the Unas Hog Homed y, the original and only genuine, from Penny A coMrtrrr. Mock of jewelry, latent stylo, llockford watche a specialty. Penny A McAlirfer. PERSONAL. Sin MATr Wooihsn I in Ltuiiville this week. Mns I.N Coi-k ipndini:!i few data-in LoniiTill J. W. Havdkn i otn ncaln. but bin wife rtnulo (juttc ill Mil. J. A Coukn, of the Stale Houii of Ivjusl...

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 October 1885

Cuhllnheil TttCHilav and Friday 44.00 ieh jvifNuai mi paid itilctlj In advance. If we hTe to ait tar tlm. 83.50 will b charged. W. P. WALTON. RELIGIOUS. Rer. A. 8. Moffett will preach at Hub tonville ot 3 P. M. next Sabbath. Et. F. 8. Pollitt will preach at Rowland next Sunday at 3:30 o'clock. The colored Christians are holding a District Conrention here which is largelj attended. The religious revival at North Iburbon county, has reaulted in C9 additions to the Christian church. Rev. J. M. Bruce has recovered sufficiently from his recent illness to have an nounced that be will preach at the Baptist church as usual Sunday. A protracted meeting will begin at Christian church next Sanday. 'JLbe pastor will begin the meeting but will be as-Mated after Tuesday night by Rsv. C. P. Williamson, of Richmond. The Northern Methodist Kentucky Conference embraces in its membership 82 traveling preachers, 160 local preachers, 2G 000 members and 290 churches. The churches are valued at $375,000. ...

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. — 13 October 1885

Semi Weelto Itiiefii unfit VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1885. NO. 64. Hmttttihed Ttteadav and Friday H'J.OO X221l A.XHSUM W unpaid strictly In advance. IJ we bare to wtt anv tlmii. a.OO will be charged. W. P. WALTON. DAWN OF DAY. ISMrwjr Lnler.J Tbo tide's at full; tbo marsh with flooded streams Glimmers, a Ump4d labyrinth of dreams. Each winding crootc In jjravo ontraucenient lie A rhupsoly of morning stars. Tbo sklos Bblne scant with uio forked galaxy The ' irsh brojt ton; loopod on bii b.oast they lie. Ob, what If u sound should bo made! Ob, what If a twund should bo laid To tblt ton.Ion of beauty and sllonca To tho Und of beauty tbo bow, or tba bold of sllsnco the string! I fr me, I fear m you do mo of diaphanous gleam Will break as a bubble o'erblown in a dream Yon doine of twtenuous tissues of spW and of night, with itan, over-freighted with Uibt. with beauty and silence, will seem Ilut a bubble that brolto in a droam, If a bound of donxi to this nracs bi Utd,...

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. — 13 October 1885

Stanford, Ky Oetofeer 18, M65 w. P. WAI.TON. A swindler sold thousands 0 New Testaments at a profit of 42 cent to himself by advertising freely "A book that every sporting man should read; better than any thing of the kind ever printed; 300 pages and no trash. Price 50 cents." The notice was headed "Attention Sinner" and the way money poured In was a surprise until the pottoffice department arrested him ior Bwindling. He claims, however, that hi intentions were good as it placed testaments in the hands of people who had never owned them before and explains that in accumulating the $5,000 that he did, he waa only doing like other religious enthusiasts and evangelists, whose ultimate objects are self glorification and filthy lucre. John S. Wise, the Mahonlte, who is masking as a republican, thinks he is making a his noint acaintt Fitzhuch Lee, his democratic opponent for governor of Virginia, by charging that he stood in a class of 48 at West Point. By running his eye over the record ...

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. — 13 October 1885

J I Stanford, Ky riall train going North.., " " BouHi... Cipmitealn" Mouln if t. ii Ww I October 13, 1885. t.ft. LOCAL TIME CURD. PERSONAL. LOCAL MATTERS. 1 M r. m. li to r. m. . 1 82 A. M. 2 OS A. M. Thaxve Is calculated on standard tlms. Bolar lmU .boat 30 ulnutas tuttt ... . LQCALMTICES. Bar y.our school beeki from Penny A McAlUtec. McKobkkti) & Staoo are headquarter for amunitioa. Gunh at all price at McRoberU & 8taBK', from f 2.60 to $100. etock of school book and school suppliea at McRoberta & Stain's. Watciirs and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Penny & McAlIa er. Lcy the Uan Hog Itemed?, the and only genuine, from Penny A COMrLETR stock of Jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches a specialty. Penny & McA lifter. Juix.eJ. M Put ura went to Louis-Title yesterday, Ml8J LtcctE Hea.MY ha returned from a visit to Lmisvillr Juikie M C Saufley hs ben confined to hi hed for several days. Jam F. Wallin, who baa been surveying for Mr, A M. Inland fo...

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. — 13 October 1885

fir 5f loumal POSTAGE STAMPS. AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR INTRODUCTION THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS AGO. An IuuoraUon rroposeiT by John aU Nlles, of Connecticut The First Two Tottago Stamps Issued In the United State. (Hartford Time. Thirty-eight years ago tho first postngs stamps were used In the United States. For 15 yoAM postage bad been collected entirely in money, anil in all casos prepayment was optional Good old John Haywood, who in 1030 became the "worthy master of the pasta" at Boston, and the drat postmaster In AmoricA, employed chance conveyance in stead of pastnge, with "by the kindness f tome traveler as his postal servico; and nothing was thought about stamping until 1841, though such men as Franklin, Oache, Pickering and Kendall hod been at the bead of the pOJtofHce department, and though tho number of offices had come to bo nearly 14.000. On the 35th of March, 1840, John M. NIlos, of Hartford, became general, and signalized his administration by many reforms. He turned the wrong side ...

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 October 1885

fokt thawt we had bin surprised; but we want eurprlsed a bit. We was jfV foolin', and the nex' mornln' we jes' cut loose an' made the confedrlu git up an git away from that place same a a pael of chicken when they aee a chicken hork nallin' in the nr. I made a big peche to my men after the file, an' me an' .rrant went to the tent and made plan for the nex'campane." -Life. It hai been shown that the odoriferous molecule of muik it infinlteiimally small. No power ha yet been conceived to enable the human eye to see one ol the atom of musk, yet the organ of smell have to detect them. Their sublines cn not even be Imagined, nd the same grain ot muik undergo absolutely no in weight. A single drop of the nil nr ilmiii. cround down with a piece of sugar and a little alcohol, will Um mlnr to 25 callons of water. Haller kept for JO yean paper perfumed with ono ,.rIn n( uubersrls. After this time the odor wa a strong a ever. IJordenave ha evaluated a molecule of camphor sensible to the smell ...

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 October 1885

$nirior Jorati Stanford, 7., October 16, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The republican now have eight majority in the U. 8. 8enate and will continue to have it until March 1837. At that time the terms of 9 democrats and 16 republicans expire. It looks very much now as if John Sherman has made his calling and election sure in Oalo, but democrats think they have good fighting chances in Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan, New Jer-ley, New York and Virginia. Five of these eeven Senators would give the democrats a majority of two. Four of them would tie the Senate, and in this event Vice-President Hendricks would become a power through his casting vote. For two years at least in all matters of public policy and of important appointments made and to be made needing cotfumation, the new Administration is practically at the mercy of its opponents for half of Mr. Cleveland's term of office, and if the democrats are to accomplish any real good, this state of affairs must he changed. Are the democrats equal ...

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 October 1885

v WV Stanford, Ky., Oatoberlfl, 1885. I. ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. atall train joins North Ixprrtstraln" if ii it douio. Houlh.. Moth.., LOCAL HATTERS. ,.- 1 65 r. M. .U so r, m. ... 1 Ii AtM, XhjOT li calculated on standard lltne. tmeia about 20 tnlnute faaUr Solar LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your tchool booki from Penny A McAllsler. McKonEiiTS fi Staoo are headquarteri for amunition. Guns at all price at McRoberte A Stags'", from $2.50 to $100. CoMrLrre utock of echool books and rchool supplies at McKobarts A Slang's. WATcnnj and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Penny A er. Buy the Hats Hoc Kemedy, the origl nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl ister. A coMrr.ETE stock of jewelry, latest style. I lock ford watches a specialty. Penny A MoA lister. PERSONAL. Mit. John V. Kout has relumed from LouisTllle. Mihsis l)mx IUuciiiman and Alice Dunn, of Ibjlr, are vl.itlnj; Mrs S. J. Em ory. Dn and Miss Wyatt I. Letciieh, returning from a vilt to Covington, are t lulling friendit here....

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 October 1885

TEMPERED GLASS. RESULTS ATTAINED DY A DRESDEN MANUFACTURER. Tlis Toughening TrocoM of Ho Ik llnstla and Ite inlluro 3Ir. Frederick menu' Methods llimlencd Class by Simple Processes. I'hlladelphla Record. When a. pleco of ordinary glassware Is blown or cast in a mold the subsequent cool Ing procoss doot not equally afToct all Its parts and surfaced, and its molecules are consequently thrown Into a state of tension or strain. Tbo brittlo quality resulting from this condition bos become a popular synonym for weakness and unreliability, and It baa long been tbe most formidable obstacle to a proper development of tbe glass manufacturing industry. For many years baro sought for some process by which glass might bo made as stout as cast-iron and as bard as its original quartz, while retaining tho pliability in manufacture that has made it a thing of universal use and necessity. Such a discovery would be followed by many important changes in manufactures, in architecture, and in many of tho...

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. — 20 October 1885

Semi uttn Imtefiif PAIN7 LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Ilev. Jotcph Ballon commenced a protracted meeting at Fair view on the 15th. James Djuglas is conductor on the hand car now, vice Billy Brown resigned. Mr. Bourne Gover, of Lincoln, is in this vicinity with a large flock ot sheep We think he is trying to kill two birdB with one stone. Ho is tryitit: to cell sheep and capture a dear, too. Two ccntlemen wre heard dUcusring the hard times tho other day, when one of them said. "That is whet the democratic reform does for tl; and the limes will get harded and harder until we eltct another republican president." Madam Humor has it that there will be a wedding in this vicinity in less than a week, but as the prospective groom is on the old bachelors' list and is a little timid, we will not call any names fur fear that he might change his notion, Mlsi K la Joplin went to her home at Ml Vernon on a visit Friday. She was accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr. Henry Wallace tcok in the exposition la...

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. — 20 October 1885

Stanford, Ky., October 20, 1885 w. P. WALTON. The editor of the Loulaville Times, who had a couple of years' experience with the Buckeye democrats eayr: Though a democrat, we are npne the leis an American citizen, and aa euch we hare greater hopes of common good from euch republicans as John Sherman and Joseph Foraker than from such aa John McLean and George Jloadly. Forced to a choice between two evils we prefer the lers. Possibly this is not pure democracy it may be "queer ...i j cy, as one esteemeu coniemparary it but it is human nature and common senee. Hoadly is the architect of his own downfall, and the little Cincinnati Bops whose motto is rule or ruin has impaled himtelf on the right horn of his di- lemmv A CAM. has been issued by eomo colored men for a convention of their race to meet at Lexington Nov. 20th, to take into consideration their civil and other rights that are now denied them. Delegates to the Convention will be chosen in the various counties at a Mass Meeting t...

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. — 20 October 1885

tchlji Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., -Mr. J. V 0fitobor20, 1885 l. AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. atall train tolof Korth. " " ' Houth. Sapres strain" Houth. " " " Norb... ... 1 55 r. M. ..w so r. m. .. t A. M. 2 05 A. M Ibe jore li calculated on standard tltn. tme li about 20 mlnnlM futr Holar LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your school books from Penny A McAliater. Mcltonicirre & STAflrj are hendcjuarteri! for amunition. Quns at all price at MoRoberte A HtagRV, from $ 2.50 to $100. Complete stock of achool book and school puppliM at MoHobarte ft Sii'r'h. WatCUW and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Penny A Buy the Una IIo Remedy, the. and only genuine, from Penny A A complktk etock of jewelry, latent tyle. Hock ford watchea f specialty. Penny A McAlinier. Mit T. V up vesterday. PERSONAL. Hiofit.vs, nf Louisville, wao Hajti.v, of Pittfburir, waa here yestirday. Miw. Kannib Kdmictom haa cone ti Crab Orchard to visii relativec Mtsi Kate Wimtitnirr, of Lancaster, paed through to Ijiilf...

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. — 20 October 1885

-.A $onriuI ARMY- MUSIC. HOW AN ARMY COOK WAS CHARMED BY A REGIMENTAL BAND. -A. Monster Hand at s Oraud Kovlew Kllpntrlck In Chares of n Jtogulnr Virginia Ilreakdovrn The First Shell. St, Loub Republican. Mr. Lloyd Harris, of St. Louis, contribute! tho following from a rather extonsiro bud-got of war papers already publishoJ: Many of the veterans of tho Army of tbs Potomno romembor the splendid land of the Fourth oo nth Brooklyn zouave. Wherever thoy in their gay uniform and started on of their inspiring tunes the offect on all the colored servants was electrical One day while, we were oncamped back of the Arlington our houe sablo cook had started with our coffee pot in bU band from an open fire toward the tent were Hooe nnd the I'lummers and I were waiting' bis arrlvaL Just at the moment the fourteenth band struck up "Dixie" as they were passing by, nnd away started the cook. still holding the completely en 'trance! by the music, and never stopped until the tuna bad ended and be wa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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