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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 November 1885

si 1 Intefinf ettit lonftuil ' VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. NO. 77, To All Whom If May Concern On account of the dissolution of our present firm, to take effect January 1st, 1886, we have and are COMPELLED TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK And realize all the Cash we can. In order to make quick work of this matter, as the time is short, we will offer every article in our store AT AND BELOW COST FROM THIS DAY TO DEC. 31, INCLUSIVE. We intend to work a few weeks for the glory and our loss will be your gain. Never, never were such Bargains in CLOTHING, DRY Good Calico 2c per yard Best Indigo llluo Calico 6c per yard Good Blenched Cotton (He per yard Fruit of tho Loom Cotton 7Ac per yard Groat Western Cotton A Gc per yard Good Brown Cotton 5c ier yard Beat Plaid Cotton 7io per yard Beat Gmghanis .,..7Ac er yard Beat Dress Ginghams 9c per yard Good Bed Ticking . Sc per yard Boat 10-1 Shooting 20c per yard Good Heavy Canton Flannel 7Ac per yard Good Bed Comforts 75capieco...

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 November 1885

Sem Stanford, Ky.. November 24, 1885 W. P WALTON. Catching Toothsome nirds on the Wing-In a Gunning "rusher' Tlio Hall's Sklllfulness la ma Strategy. Philadelphia Presil Both reodblrds and roll begin to arrive In the Delaware marshes about the middle of August. Lurod by the vast area of food Ins ground and the apparent quietude which hang ovor their favorito haunts, they set. tie in flocks upon tbo tempting flats and commence to line their rib with the dell cately flavored plumpnoss which makes tho epicure' diaphragm tingle. Thou of gunners, rostralnn 1 by tho exacting gamo laws of Pennsylvania and the Wott Jenoy Protective association, wait impatiently for tbo day upon which thoy will bo lot looso upon tho feathered visitors. Guns aro cleaned, sholls loaded, skiffs repeirod and ovory preparation modo for tho coming sport. On Aug. 25, Now Jersey releases tho grip of her protecting hand and the battery opens. From Bordontown to tho bay, the cannonading Is terrific and tho birds tako ...

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 November 1885

u ut ,l It! Semi $nf mor$ournaI ''uftllfhflrt Tuck tiny nnf trttltiv IVupU atrlrtty In advance. If we bava to ll anv tlmii. sJJ.30 will be chimed. V. P. WALTON. A lllblo Tlmt V Kissed to l'leeos. (llalilmoro Herald.) Tliroo liibloi lou) im odor of tnticlty to tbo desk Iwtilnd wblch '8Ulro Wletior II vtont to confront tho quaking who nro Lroujlit for trial to tbo western station Iicuim. Two of tlio lllblot aro small, justnlikn.ntid In agojdstnto of Tlio thirl Ii larger, an I look ns If It only nooJed to bo raisod to fall to plocos. Iti back Ii In tut tors, and tbii light-colored clotli In which It wni originally bound ii black)uod toubony. A roportor tru struck first by tha Apparent superfluity of sicroj. Ilturaturo, and socotilly by tho contrast li tb condition of tbo volume. "Tlio two mull book aro for whlto pjopln and tho larger ono for colored," oxpluluod an ofllewr in roply to an Inquiry. "Hut why tho dUcrimluatlonr quorlod tho reporter "Well, it It supposed," rojolnod tbo olllc...

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 November 1885

Stanford, Ky.,-- November 26, 1886 W. P. WALTON. Let us gle thank. In tho hlstorr of ourcoontrr, the people he neer bad ld and thankful Rreater cause for beln than In thia good old year of our Lord, 18S5. At pe&ca at home and abroad; with eectional animosities neirer obliterated than ever before, and with a Internal fait taking its place; with bountiful ..,, nnA mmmfreial property; the ab. eence of epUemic aad virulent dheater; for the and all the nnnifold Mewing vouchMfed to ua aa a nation, we are and ahould be profoundly grateful and thankful of gsod gift. The cua to the Giver every torn of setting aputonaday in every year for the giving of thanks oriinated in New England, but cince 1SC2, when Lincoln ia sued tbc 6rt proclamation for a day of prayer and thankeetvinj: for the success of the Federal Ariniea oud a triumph- ant termination of the civil war, the fourth Thursday in each November has ben pro-claimed by the President of the United States and supplemented by the govern...

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. — 26 November 1885

GOING TO KANSAS! GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! Of the Stocks of- ST.A.ISnEOIRaD:, In order to close out MYDEN JB Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality and Style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and Summer use. Great BARGAINS are offered in a limited amount of tail-end and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. 1.4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall triln goto North.. 1 M r. m. foutb... .. ..U SO r. m. Ktprrstraln" tvuith . I Si A. U. Norn ... 2 01 A.M. Tbt kr la calrulstol on itio dard Hint. dolar Until about 20 minute fitr LOCAL NOTICES. Hnv jour school books from JV...

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. — 26 November 1885

StmUBBttMn Inferior fournnl BILL'S PATIENT. t"K. W. T." In Clilcacro Tribune. In Dead wool ia tho hoart of winter; 'when 'the snow burloi tho minora In tho cnblns 01 the wind and lea flay thorn on tba road, all that is beU and nil that U worst In theia isolated men como to thoatirfnc.). Dili dotpcrado, rambler, crack shot, the most unscrupulous in the dig gings found htmsolf, much to ui own converted by forco of clrcumtancai into a He had shot taveral men and been fired at at odd tlmos himself, aud through all maintained a feeling of comparative indifference. Therefore to watch, nnd work, and bop) for the life of a man to whom he ha J not poken more than a dozsn times was enough to surprise Hill or anybody who knew him. Ttie event had come about in this war: One night, when tha darkirass hal nearly worn itself thread biro and tho gray of tho morning was peeping through, Bill nnd a dozen companions were ta.zsd with n doslre to winl up their noliy carousal with a drncj. In tho corner,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 November 1885

i nltriaroninH ARROYO CITY BANK. IE. Hough la The Current. Arrojro City, In bur own opinion, vm Ttry nearly the Loadvlllo of tho iouUtrt. In onlcr to bocotna to entirely, it was only necessary that sbs should b&ra bank. The liouest miner wero tired of utlng dutvbllls, and grocery orders and Iron dliks at currency; even pontolllco onlcr could not always bo emtio 1 on demand. Tbey wanted to liavu n llttlo book to carry In tbelr Thoy wanted to have n bank account. Thoy wanted to have n Uo3 wbero thoy could nsutn moro lntl inato relations with that vaguely understood commodity which they had hoard tpokon of iii eastern exchange. AnJ, tby, In addition to tho vast increase of eronnl dignity which would bo brought about by the establishment of such an Institution, tho tono of n city which could support it must ncods bo lridnltoly abovo ttat of any low-down ramp llko lionlto Canon, which hnd but two port to It name, au 1 no products of a bank, but a yut there had npp&nred no prophet...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 November 1885

Stoaforil, Ky., November 20, 1885 E. O. WALTON, - BuslnosB Mnnngor. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Praise tha Lord. God Is Loveand Noth-' lug Else." SAHABANrOK, Oil. 12, '85 1 American Missiox Premises continued from last issue. At the last moment George's courase failed her and instead of giving her jiup oway ehe hoisted it into her "dandy" and brought him off in triumph. We leave him with Bro. Effing, here, "to be called foi" as the fic'.ion aforesaid hath it. What creatures we are, to be sure! Oar econd parrot "suicided" as the first, a week or two ago. The silly creatuie gnawed her little twine atring that guarded her life, while curtailing her liberty, flew of! and was, doubtless, devoured by those ol plain and mountain, the omniver eroi u crows. Weill "liberty or death" sotiads grandiloquent and poor "Polly" diel for the assertion of that glorious principle. Whether staying with kind, indulgent owner, enduring the "ills she knew," was bitter or worse than "fifing to others that she knew not...

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. — 1 December 1885

weeklii ntef if luminal -v VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1885. NO. 78. To All Whom It May Concern. On account of the dissolution of our present firm, to take effect January 1st, 1886, we have and are COMPELLED TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK And realize all the Cash we can. In order to make quick work of this matter, as the time is short, we will offer every article in our store AT AND BELOW COST FROM THIS DAY TO DEC. 31, INCLUSIVE. We intend to work a few weeks for the glory and our loss will be your gain. Never, never were such Bargains in CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES.EAT LADIES' & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Offered before. It is a forced sale for a few weeks, where the word profit is left entirely out. To quote prices for every article in our stock would take more room than we have on our paper, but here are a few to give you an idea what we mean when we say at and below cost: J B '"(yKY J Good Calico 2Ac per yard Boat Indigo liluo Calico GAc per yard Good Bleache...

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. — 1 December 1885

Stanford, Ky., December 1, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The death of Vice Present Hendricks .Ml. Mmmlrir from n active inhere of existence a prudent, upright, patriotic and statesman, thereby inflicting a national calamity, fall with especial weipht on the party which he honored by" his leadership and which delighted to non-or him. In addition to the widespread Brief that it has caused, it has a large effect on political affairs, for it elves tho Senate the rkht to eelect his (successor aa presiding officer of that body, who will by virtue of that election be the VIe President to succjed to the office of President on the death or inability of Mr. Cleveland 80 but one life now stands between us and a return to republican rule, andinthii day of cranks an-I scoundrels that is a Blender thread upon which to hang thVdernocrats' hope of retaining till the expiration of the term, the officer the people bare chosen to administer affairs. As no pro tempore Speaker of the Senate wis chossn at tho laat ...

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. — 1 December 1885

In order to close out TO HAYDM fwentf Notions, Etc., of the stock is are of Superior stock are selling BELOW Great BARGAINS insure quick sales. TlIllEU d xa pair cf Holler skates in I good order for sale. W. P. Walton, 8tan ford. Sll.u reii, the Artint, is nt hia old statu! ready to do anytbim; in the picture line. Xew itylei and new price for the Holli lay Meat Cuttcih, lard cn, ealt, Hsye black and Cayenne peppr, butcher knive', In fct everything nerdd in lire killing for le low by T. K Walton. Mtl! CitrersUT wax atqultted Friday of a carrying oncealed weapon which another colored courtesan t'lured that she drew aim niit'uijnoi iu ii"i' lifiuu nrr. IlEOtNNtXfi yeterday the mall train from Louisville arrives at 1- 15, which is 15 minute earlier than before. There is no other chance in the schedule. The mail tra'no meet at Gum Sulphur now. M I I I !- Ben Cloud, who was convicted ol the murder of a man named Xappier and sentenced to life imprisonment by tho Harlan Circuit Court, has ...

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. — 1 December 1885

V- Stanford, KyM December 1, 1885 E. O. WALTON, - Bualnoss Manager. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Praise the Lord. God is Loveand Nothing Elso." LUCKNOW, Oode, Oct. 20, ISS5. Dear Interior. We remskel in 8 liaranpur over Sunday, the 12lli. I hid the pleinure of preaching In the Mission church, in the afternoon, to a good Ration, and listening to a Hinduitani in the morning, from the lips of Rav. Theodore "Wylie, whom I knew as a young man 30 years ago. He is now a "graTe and Rev. Senior," and as dignified a the Philadelphia D. D. after whom he eras named. He was biougbt up in the Saharanpur Orphange and was one of dear old Bro. Cimpball' first natife help- era. I mint siy, however, that the average naliye chatcchist transformed into a "Rjv." is not ai attraitive spectacle. It seems to take uaturalneis outof them. HencefortL, they are eminently respectable, dignified, and dry aa dust. Mv old friend the R iv. Tneodore said a few words in a natural tone, and simple idiom, and I thought I was about ...

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. — 4 December 1885

I "mtm VOL. XIV. & Til u I 1 fitefio f mtftt&L Good Calico 2Jc per yard Best Indigo Bluo Calico 6Jc per yard Good Bleached Cotton (Uc per yard Fruit of tho Loom Cotton 7c per yard Great Western Cotton 6k per yard Good Brown Cotton 5k per yard Beat Plaid Cotton 7c per yard Bast Ginghams 74c per yard Beat Dre98 Ginghams 9o per yard Good Bed Ticking 8c per yard Beat 101 Shootiug 20c per yard Good Heavy Canton Flannel 74c per yard Good Bed Comforts 7ocapieco Good Corsets each STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1885. Largo Bed Spreads 75c each All Wool Flanuol 10c per yard Mens Undershirts 25c each Men's Canton Flannel Drawers 25c a pair Good Jeans lGc per yard Ladies Nice Yeats 40c each Ladies' Custom made Button Shoes S2 to S3 GO Boots, calf skin S2 Ladies' Calf Button Shoes SI 50 Ladies' Button Shoes SI 25 Ladios' Front Lace Shoes SI 25 Men's Boots, whole- stock SI 75 Ladies' Fiout Laco Calf Shoes SI 35 Ladies' Rubber Overshoes 30c a pair NO. 70. To All Whom It May Concern. On...

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. — 4 December 1885

Stanford, Ky., December 4. 1885 W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT Tub funeral of Mr. Hendricks was the lament attended and most impaalnR ever eeen in the Wt. Tne cibinet was reprc eeatel by Lanm Whit ner, Eidtott and Vilaa, the Supreme Bench by Jmtlces Blatehford sod the Seuata by a Urge delegation and the Home of Representatives br many of ita prominent ineinbcrx. Gov. Knott and the Chiel Magistrates of Indiana, Onto and II. Hnoia were aleo prc'eit. Tne army wa repreeented by Geo. Sherman and Scho-field. Trua to hla word, Htye) was ent, representing, we suppose, the Bublimity of American cheek. Trie city was in a fall fftrb of mourning and all the bespoke in mute eloquence how dear and near the dUtlnztiiahe 1 dead was tothe besurts of the people of hia native Btete ea well'as to the country at large. Jlev. Dr Jeackes delivered the funeral dia courno after which "Rock of Aeea" yta aung and then the mournful proct Bion to the crave moved sadly and slowly. Crown Hill Cemetery ia a beautif...

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. — 4 December 1885

a 4 If HBMBaM IHHft. UHMM MMHOIMtf MHMa tfkflHf fBIMSBJBSBjaBBBHSHBB. GOING TO T janLJLw WJFJkmiUmF GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! V UP .11.1 Of the Combined Stoclss of- v- J, STiSTFOIRIlD In order to close out r ,' HAYIffl Thkek drito pairs of Roller skates in uood onltr for sale. V. P. Walton, 8tn ford. IUik.iit A CuititAN are still wItin, for for you to come and altl, they cin not wait always. A boy niuinl Will U vans is o fond of oyster that to jtrntify his appellie for ihem he stole a noiiple of cini from the Bro. Jim Siveritnca soon detWeil ihe thefl mil HLewU the thief but u it until he hud enj.iyel oa of tlit cms With a dad sure cise ngiinst hitn, Jim cve il.e nero a c'lolcs between tsk ing 25 liehia en his bnek anl ocg to j til Strange as it may eem he choin ihe former and Jim humor id him. Procuring a mw hide he made ths bv take ofl hta coat and tHen rbv him the st.itrd number of laches, laid as heavllr at he ciuld sen 1 them. Tno boy howled with piin but there wae no let up in ...

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. — 4 December 1885

I I St&sford, Ky., December 4, 1885 E. C. WALTON, Bualnoaa Mftnagor. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Praise the Lord. God is Lovoand Noth ing Else." Lucksow, Oode, Oct. 20, 1835. CONTINUED FKOSJ LAST I330E. While "monkeying round" let me add that we met between Siharanpur nnd Ciwnpire, a car load of thm, betne tmm Tenures the "Holr City" of the lower Ganges, to their natire Himalay. Independenti no hill They havo muiupueu bo there where ther are worshiped and pimpered, that the good people had at last to call In the modern railway to rid them of their "gods many." At first the railraid authoritiei refussd them m "freight," on the ground that they had no iiUable cars to curr them in. This difficulty ws.s mBt by the manufacture of enor rasas wire and wooden cagej of 3 stories, in which "Jackos," little, intermediate and bin are decoyed and then tha whole mounted on open tracks. ""Mr. Pickwick's horse bay's "raggin load of utinkey,"is realiud at last, though not lo the extent mentioned by that co...

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. — 4 December 1885

uf.l I w r ) r UTEEIOE VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY DECEMBER 4, d8S5. NO. 79. A Fitw years ago Lexington was startled by the Announcement that Henry White, a society aid, had stolen several thotissnd dollar worth of government bind from o bank yault Ho was tried and dotwitbsland tag the troD( efforts' tti tare him he a seHtehced to Iwd year to the Slate prison The Court of Appeal a usual in sue! cases tcranted a hew trial and the case ha hti g Ore err since. It was to hare beoi called this week, but just in the niche w ' tltnea lawyer turn up with the bonds and say they were given to htin to aril by e man named Adam whom he did not know and never raw bsfore. The whole matter ha n fishy smell nd the conrt should sift the business to the bottom. In March 1884. the Se.teiped a bill intrti'luced by ,Mr. II ir, nf Massachusetts, priviillnit that in c of the death or Inability of and Vice4Preldeni the succession shall run through the Cabt ne, beginning will the Secretary of State Tli House fail...

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. — 4 December 1885

I a l 9 d, a) till ttlOl n immim VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., DECEMBER 4, 1885. NO. 79'. A FEW years ago Lexington u startled by the announcement that ilenry While, a society man, had stolen several thousand dollars worth of government bond from o bank yault. He was tried and notwithitand ing the strong efforts to Rare him he ww sentenced to two year in the State prison The Court of Appeals as usual in audi ewes granted a new trial and the ewe hn buK fire eyir since. It was to have beer called this week, but just iu the niche of time a lawyer turns up with the bonds and says ther were given to htm to sell by man named Adams whom he did not know and never saw Wore. The whole matter has n fWhy smell and the court should sift the buiines to the bottom. In March 1884, lbeSeite tsed a bill Intro In cod bjr Mr. Ilur, of Massachusetts, providing that in ce of the death or inability .if bth President and Vice President the HticceMslon shall run through the Cabi net, beginning wMi lbs Secretary ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 December 1885

"- ,""c "' " y,. " '.'" ' Stanford, Ky December 4, 1885 W. P. WALTON. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. The ahingles, boards, atayes hoop polls ami croaa tiee delivered here aggregate an amount eurpnaing to a non resident. A. M. Egbert is drumming up a crew or Florida. Beveral have enlisted. Mr". E W. Jones la treasurer and corresponding secretary. Crab Orchard la the cheapest place to live "in the Union;" everybody farms, and many butcher. Hind quarter (beef) whole 7c, beat ateaK 10c, bent roast 8c. James C. King is the happy "dad" ol a girl baby. Jimmy says it doesn't cry it all. A little girl at Mr P. T. Pollard's is crowing to hla ten other children. R. H. Bronaugh is waicmng J. u. Hutchmgaand Geo. Davison is watcning R II. Bronaugh. If a crank tipa Cleveland ' off the beam, "reckon" George will come lck. .... . Win. T. Smart sold, last week, to Wakefield & Hudson, two pair of work mules (mart) for $492.60 W. K. Billion one pair to same pany Hoga are selling at 3J cents. Prof. H...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 December 1885

r IJf Stanford, Xy December 4, 1885 W. P. WALTON. CM0 ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTT. The shingles, boards, stares hoop-polls 'and cross ties delivered here aggregate an amount surprising to anon resident. A. M. Egbert is drumming up a crew for Florida. Several have enlisted. Mr. E W. Jones is treasurer and corresponding secretary. Orchard is the cheapest place to live "in the Union;" everybody farms, and . many butcher. Hind quarter (beef), whole 7c, best steaK 10c, best roast 8c James C. King is the happy "dad" of a girl baby, Jimmy says it doesn't cry at all. A little girl at Mr P. T. Pollard's is crowing to his ten other children. 11. H. Bronaugh is watching J. u. Hulchmgsand Geo, Davison is watching K H. Bronaugh. If a crank tips Cleveland off the beam, "reckon" George will come ... Wm. T. Stuart sold, last week, to Wakefield & Hudson, two pair of work mules (mare-) for $492.60 W. B. Dilllon one pair to same parly. Hogs are selling at 3 cents. Prof. Hawes is treating the the citix...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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