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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 March 1886

Semi VOL. XIV. VHhltnhctl Frttluv -AT 15 XI31l ANNUM, CASH. understood U we credit that 11.50 will bo and demanded. W. P. WALTON. The Newspaper the Medium. Mr. Wannamaker, of Wannamaker A Brown, of Philadelphia, In gbring hli views to Ihe Lonlsvllle Commercial about advertising, said, "In the twenty-fire years we hate been to busine, we hare tried about every kind of advertising of aovthloK like a legitimate character that haa been offered. 8ome years vrs have spent over a qiarter of a million of dollar in advertlslni, and jou can readl Ifaee that we hare iclren the aubject very much practical trial, and have studied it tknrtlrllv ut a science. In all these ycirs we hare watched the return careful lr from every standpoint w hare taken, and am now prepared to give, our unqualified opinion that moro and bet'er returna areglrento ua through the oewspapera than ell the othr mm erer tried, and as hare tald, w hare given them all a thorough enow." "Many merchant who baye been In a number ...

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. — 2 March 1886

H' i ! i1 'i Stanford, Ky.( March 2, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Tjieue Hint much chance for a convict who has been justly sentenced to etcape his )UDiabmcnt in n State where n Board of Pardons exlat, even though petitions a mile long are presented, but when the pow er to eet aaide the findings of the court is vested in one man it is often an eaa mat er to work oa his feelings or convince him hat it is poller for him to turn a convict loose by presenting a petition to which the names of influential men have bjen attach ed, simply because they did not have the manhood to refuse. In Louisiana, where all applications for pardon have to be submitted to a Biard of Pardons, that body nas just lor tne third time refused to extend clemency to the murderers, Pat Ford and John Murphy, notwithstanding 27,000 name were on the petitions asking it. The men were guilty of a foul murder, which the courts have said must be atoned by death, nod the board does not feel that it is its duty to abrogate the sente...

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. — 2 March 1886

1 ti t Stanford, Ky., March 2, 1880 B. O. WALTON, - nuBlnoBH Uanagor. I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall tikln going North. .. 1 68 r, H. Hoolb . .42 IS r. m. Kiptta strain" Hottth.M. .-...... 1 82 Aim. " " " Norh....,........M 3 03 A. M. Tbekjoio li calculated oa standard time. m li About 20 mloutM Uit, 8olr LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour school books from Penny A MoAHater. Watch eh and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and by Penny A McAlls r. Buy tlin Haas Hon ltemedy, the onui ml and only genuine, from Penny A roMftrrr took of Jewelry, lateet atyle. Hockford watohea a specialty. Penny A McAllater. PERSONAL Ii. C. At.roiiM, of Danville, waa up Sunday. W. R. Kka.ncis, o' Louisfille, Was here yesterday. Mr Jamu B Owijna wan ntlll celttnj belter realerday. Mil (J. L. Pknnv wis up from Georgetown College Hjnilay. Mis Allik Dunk, of Danville, l MIm Mule Farris. Mn. W B Hansfom). of the June, tion City Herald, was to etu us yesterday. Mn. C L. Crow has returned from a tour of Florida, much p'eased wi...

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. — 2 March 1886

r WILDHOG OF SAN JOAQUIN OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN, AND SAFER TO TRAP THAN TO HUNT. aSntrnppnl Through a l'artlallty to liar. Icy Caught by 3fene of a Deadfall An Army of Wild Hogs nml a Wolf at .at nay A Surprls. "I dont know whether thoy do it any more out thore or not," said a former resident of California now In this city, "but when I lived in Ban Joaquin county wo used to havo more & un than a house ailro at tho quiet little pastime of trapping wild hogs. No one over bocmod io know exactly whore tho wild hofs of tho San Joaquin tule lands camo from, hut there thoy are, at least thoro thoy were ten years ago. They probably originated fttni some runaway domestic stock. Theso wild hogs so shy that it was rare that any one over got a glimpse of one, and then it would Jboonlyby accident. Thoy held themselves entirely aloof from civilization, and it was only by strategy that they could be captured. This is the way we used to do it: A LIBERAL TRAIN Or DARLKT. "It was no troublo to find wh...

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. — 5 March 1886

, Hew $nl wor$oral Vubllilictl TttcMttttUK ami Frttlau -AT ea iaan a.ivivum. cash. understood If w. credit that 11.50 will be e and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Oharles C. Moore on Dancing. The proper kind of dar.cin which makes the yonntc happy In heart, promote their physical health, and through it tlit.Ir health nnd liappinws, and the man who in this age of tha world usee the pulpit, the press or the leoture stand to make a sweeping denunciation of all danclnir, should hi labelled aa a foll, and stoic 1 away in a museum ol antiquities among relics of the Spanish Inquisition. Boloojon did a great many foolish thiols and aald a few wise onea, and ons o( them waa that there wia "a time to dance." He justly recognlred alo that there w a lime to feel rail. The time to feel tad ia when yon citi't feel glad, and the time to feel clad la when you don't hare to feel cad When there Is a fair, honest reason why people should feel sad, they should feel so, and acknowledge it lo themtclTes and oth...

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. — 5 March 1886

Stanford, Ky., March 6, 1886 W. P. "WALTON. Pkisident Cleveland hsa addressed n message to the Senate in w hlch he cleirly elates bis position in regard to the demi'nd of that body for papers filed with him together with his rs&sona for suspending of ficials and filling their places with better men. lie does not mince bis words, but states tho question like a man who has the courage of hia conviction. He says that the papcra addressed to htm were purely Unofficial and private and have reference to the performance of a duty exclusively hi?, therefore he will not produco them. The great mistake the President made was in pandering to the wished of the mugwumps in tbo first place. His opponents would have thought just as much of him if lie had gone to work in earnest and turned the last rascal out of office, while his own party would havo banked on him much more than it does. Concluding his message Mr. Cleveland says with sledge-hammer eeveri ty: "Every pledge which I have made by '...

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. — 5 March 1886

Stanford, Ky, March C, 1880 V G. O. WALTON, - BualnoBB Manngor. I. A k LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train jolng North- .. IUmi, Boutu ........... mil IS r, M, ntprot strain11 Houtn .. I 82 a, u. ' " " Norh..... ....2 03 a.m. tho a joto U calculated on standard Hint, Holor tan li 4 lout 20 minute tutor, LOCAL NOTICES. Buy y.ir achool boofci from Penny A MoAHsttr Watchkh and Jewelry repulrod on ahnr notice and warrantod by Penny A McAlIo er. Ruv the HaM IIok ltemedy, the original aDd only Kflnulne, from Penny A ooMrLTrrr. ptock of Jewelry, latent tylo. Hochford watches a specialty. Penny A MoAliater, PERSONAL. Mn. It It. 0 withy returned from Mh 8am Oweni in the guest of Mrs. lltubtn Williams. Mn. E. W. Jones, of Crrb Orchard, wta here yesterday. Mu James Paxtom is Tery ill with a malignant Hore throat. Dn. J. II. OvvuLEV and J. 8. ilocker wrnt to Trtoklort Tuesday. It. T. Wadb, of Cainpbellavllle, is clerking at the Portman House. Mira Mom.ie Dauoiieiitv has nlenglhy islt to friends in Knox...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 March 1886

y Interior oarnal I characteristics of the boys BEAUFORT LABORATORY. EUSKLNu nOe PATROiNS. HOW SHREWD RAILWAY AGENTS MANAGE TO SECURE PASSENGERS. Persistant Methods to Get anil Hold Trndo How IVopIo at the Hotels Are Worked Obtaining Necessary of n Stranger Kesults. People, w ho travel much run up against many strango oxporlencos. Not tho least of these, are tho curious ways adopted by tho trunk lines running west from this city to so-euro passengers. It is an oxporionce that ono lias only in a vory few other cities in tbo country. In Chicago, St. Louis and Now Orleans virtually tho samo methods aro pursued, but tha cxperlenco can bo had in no other eastern city than New Yerk. Tho strango oxperieneo Jill comes about in this way: A resident of Chicago , for example, tired of tho wheat speculative bmlnesw, and tho continued about how much greater the lake City is than is St, Louis, decides to leavo thero and como to Now York to get somo idea of what tho groat world is like, and what r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 March 1886

Jfetw 0 kiti mteflif amfttai l VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1886. NO. 105. r. J Intcriorlournal VubtlHhctt Tttcailau and Fftdav -AT a l'BIlANNUM. CASH. understood If wo ctcJIt that 11.50 will lo ex peeled and demanJui. W. P. WALTON. Be Ye Alto Read' A Warning Which Should Be Regarded by All. There la rt Inat time to all twliiR of an earthlj nature. There will b a lat time when the farmer will cultWate hid flelil and gather In hi crone j when the merchunt ahull visit hU store ami tho lawyer hl of Gee. Dilljr many are doing their laailhlnn. Dilly the eye of multitude are forever closed upon theao earthly ecenes They pan away from the world, and the place that have known 'hew, know them no more forever. At regard rell(lou matter and the thioRi that pertain to our emlaUng Inter eil, there will be a l"t time. There will be a last time when we hall open the Bible, when we shall bow the knee In prayer and when we (ball Writ the house ol Ood There will he to u a last Bahbath. ...

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 March 1886

Stanford, Ky March 0, 1886 W. P. WALTON. Sheol liaa broke loose iu Pulaski at the Greenwood coal mines and the dogs of war seem about to bs let go. Friday afternoon a mob of 200 armed men, consisting mostly of miners, waited on Capl. W. F. Dindrideo of the Mason Foard Co., and told him that the couvicta must be sent to the depot for return to Frankfort in two hours and a hilf and the goods and other valuables removed from the buildings or they would proceed to march them thither themselvos and burn tho buildings down. The Cjpt. puloyed with them b while and thoy finally consented to give him until Sunday afternoon to ceo Governor Knott and the Legislature and ascertain what could be done, in the nieantims the convicts to be kept out or the mines. Cipt. Dindridge having secured this cessation of hostilities started at once for Frankfort, bearing a let ter from State Inepsctor of Mines Craig to the governor, which after stating tho trouble concluded as follows: "There are but two alte...

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 March 1886

I ) Stanford, Ky., K.nrwttrln" Houth " Noru ttMM Maroh 0, 1886 E. O. WALTON, - BualnoBO Manngor. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. M Ml train rolng North ' South ..., 1 65 r. K, .-J J 15 r. u. ... 1 82 A. M. O (II fc ..... ...MM Vh A. fh miscalculated on standard lltno. Ho! it me ti about 20 minute luster, LOCAL NOTICES. Bov your school boolci from Tonny A McAllster , , Watoheh and Jewelry repaired on ohor notice ami warranted by Venny A McAlla HUY tho Haas Hon Hemcdy, the and only genuine, from Penny AcoMrwrri "took "' Jewelry, latent style. Kockfard watches a specialty. Penny A McMlster. PERSONAL Mils. Juma Dunn Is the guest of relatives here NEWtifioin Missouri cjtnei that J. L. Thurmond Is very ill Miw Hem.kCi!enault,oI Louisville, is a guest at Mr. It W Gtvens'. Mum rATTiE McCoiimacic returned from a visit lo Prka7llle, yesterday. Mil. H. H. Uiveks, at iurnersnme, has our thanks for prompt official election returns. Rev. A. S, Moffett was called to Winchester, Va , Friday by a telegram 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. — 9 March 1886

9 Interior grarnxl BIG SWELLS IN BRAZIL. HOW THE NOBLES OF DOM PEORO'i COURT ENJOY THEIR DIGNITY. The Emperor ami Court, tlio Ilarons, Count nml Gentlemen of Fortune Frltllcirra nml Immunltlea of tho Nobility Kxecllont "31mm FIdalBO." Tho emperor and court have gono to and with them have gono tho baroni and counts and gentlemen of fortune who. palaces stand so thick In Botofogo. Every summer and by this I moan tho Brazilian summer of December, January, and exodus of tho fashionablo world takes place, and everybody who Is "in the swim" goes to Fetropolis, which is n summer city built up in tho mountains, and is like Newport transiwrtcd into tho heart of the Adirondack, Tho Brazilian nobility is a peculiar institution. Tho emperor can create noblemen of all grades, but Is extremely cautious in exercising that power. Ho contents himself at present with making an occasional count or baron, nover a duko or a marquis. When ho was young and strong bo used occasionally to make somo ono n ma...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 March 1886

Semi a wp'''1' 0' y !U!cr CT 0' fwetli 0 lit! tfUt amfii il - 1 VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1886. NO. 106. VttbltnhcA Tttcutlaummil I'rtilaw -AT 3 XI31l ANNUM, CAHXZ. undentoodlf wsctallt (hat 11.50 vlll bo ex. Ictel and itcmandrd, W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Clay Powell noli! his pergonal property on Monday. The Wml U 1 not west with n purchaser. Jim tiooifo had a strong police force on the street Hiturdoy, but as thcj got no chance to got in their work en rioters, ho is now trying to enlist them in the Greenwood war. John P. Hughes, i , for many ycais a highly estctmetl citizen of ibis countr and Iodr a member of our county court, an upright man and an exemplary christian, was buried tn th Bandidge family ceme tery on Friday last. Mr, Geo. AlforJ. bought tho remainder 63 acre -of (he Allen farm a( $10 Wm Dodd sold a gray (elding to Eugene Law rence for J370. The Londqatr catalogued tho nnitnal as pnrchasod from a man with "An orn hat is hear." Col. Wi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 March 1886

Stanford, Ky., March 12) W. P. 'WALTON. In hi exhibition of jackasjes the Kentucky Legislature would take the blue ribbon over any long-eared brute that has ever brayed elnco the Savior rode a donkoy into Jerusalem. Christian charity may find, in the ignorance of that body, an ex cuso for their miserable botch in tho attempted solution of tho penitentiary muddle; and superlative pntlenco may yet bear with it in its procrastination of tho revenue bill. But when, in defiance of tho oft repeated sentiment of its cenetituency and in contradiction of the avowed declarations of its individual member?, it solemnly instructs the Kentucky delegation in Con gress to resist any alteration of the duty on hemp and to protest against this articlo being put on the free list, language Is impoverished to expies the proper measure of contempt all intelligent people entertain toward such asainity. The democratic repreeentativea are engaged in industrious preparation of a tariff bill by which the free ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 March 1886

t ts Stanford, Ky March 12, 1886 C. O. WALTON, - DuslnosB Manager. C. I, tit. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall Uain going North......................... 1 88 i". at. Booth .,........ ... .11 U r. v, Kxpmitraln" Boath............. 152 a.m. .1 ii ii Norn..... .-., 2 05 A.M. The a jot Ii calculated on standard time. BoUr m li about 20 minute UsUr, 40M NOTICES. LANDnr.rn'e 0rion.rJeed nt McRoberU A BlQffg'4. llnv your clool booki from Penny A McAlIattr. Watches and Jewelry repaired on alio r notice and warranted by Penny A Mo All a Buv the Haaa Hog Remedy, the orlsl al and only genuine, from Penny A Mo AW A 'co.mm.ctk flock of jewelry, Intent n " it -l A McAIUter. PERSONAL F. M. AJfSLEY, of Lebanon, waa here Wednesday. Mihs Lizzie PntTCHETT, of Garrard, a ii Tlrltimj Mr. Jno. Wallace. Mum Maiv Rmd i back from her to Ltxlnutun a I'd Mlllenburu. Oeoiiok Dunn has returned from the Commercial College at Lexington. Mn D.T. Facklw, of the Danrilla Platlnjc Works, paid ua a pleaaant call Tuesday. Momrb. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 March 1886

wu:nxl Go p. MeCrearr on Silver. Hon. Jaraea B. McCrearv made a speech in the House of Representatives on Saturday in opposition to the suspension of ell er coinage. ne eald that the questions most engrossing the public attention at present are: Shall the coinage of standard silver dollars be suspended; stall there be free nnd unlimited coinage silver, or shall wo adhero to rlsllng law, which ciuted 2S.000.000 of standard silver dollars to be coined last je&r and which requires the Secretary of the Treiaurv to co n not leaj than two, nor more than four million of dollars per month? He said that he disapproved of the crltl cisms which had been made against the respective friend of these measures. Such important questions should be diecused fairly and ciudully and without passion or prejudice. He spoke of hie resptct for the opinions of all, and particularly of the President of the United States and the Secetary of the Treasury; and dec'ared that, when our ablest and wisest men di...

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 March 1886

jfemt It 0 & ntefitf unfit m VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1886. NO. 107, gnteriorgcnrmtl 1'nbllnhctl TueniliiUH nd Frlitnu -AT tjU l'J3A.NNUM, OAHII. understood If woetcdlt that 81.60 rlllto ex- pectcd and demanded. W. T. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise tha Lord. God is Lovo and Nothing Elso." Aoiia, N. V. i India, Jn. 10'b, 1880. CONTINUED FROM LAST IMUK. 4. Immediately contlRUOiis arcs the nn Dirroun euperb bulldinjs of the palace many cf Iheui crfeotly preewd and ne handsome as built, but totally me-leas and deserted. It return atrance that maenlficnt edifices that cost million can be put to no Ue whatever, but just stand, tenantlest, far tourist to at. Hat it Is a fact Akbar1 noble outer "busints office" or "Duftur Kbana, haa been utilized M a dak bungalow, for the conrenience nf carnal visitor ; and one exquisite Rem of a nalaco was one allowed to be uved by wetf lln. titrtUe.frir their "honeT MOOtl." Hut this custom ba I) ten dlicaotlnutd of late, and now th...

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 March 1886

Stanford, Ky March 16, 1886 W. P. WALTON. The men Murphy and Ford, officers of the court, who conspired with tho judge to murder their politicl opponents and did ahoot ono dow.i in cold blood on tho streets of New Orleans, suffered iho extreme of the law in that city Friday. The execution was a most miserable spectacle The two men took poison with tutcidal intent early in the day. The doctora camo and labored for honw to reetoro them to consciousness, but failed in their table intent. When the appointed time came the culprits were carried out to the BC&fljld in a limp and unconscious condition and suspended, as they sat in chairs. The history of this caBO Bhows tbat position end influence count for naught in one of the Southern States at least. The judge who is a brother to one of the executed men, is serving a term of 20 years in the penitentiary for his part in the conspiracy and tried to save the neck of his brother after he was himself convicted, by swearing that he did the ...

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 March 1886

l' Stanford, Ky Mall train going North.., " " eoum........... EaoreaitrAtn" Boutu ii ii i Norn. March 10, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - Uuetnoss Manatcor. t.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. i a 4 MMMHMtMIMM . IHr,. ...11 15 r. w. 1 Ii Ai M. 2 03 X. M. Tbi jot ii calculated oo alandard tlrao. Holar ma ta Jtlxmt 33 minutes fatterl LOCAL NOTICES. LANDUKru'd Garden beeda at McKaberta Boy your school booki from Penny A MoAlUter. , , Watches and Jewelry repaired on iho r notlco and warranted by Penny A McAlia BOY the Haaa Hor Komedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl AcoMrLETK atock of jewelry, latoet ityli. K V' it vU;lv n i 4.11 1. A MoAliMer. PERSOHAL, Mtu. F. M. ANKI.KY la the Rueit of Mr. Kate Dudderar. Mns.T. A. UnraiiAM, of LMnuaton, ii TlcltitiK the MImm Carpenter Mit. W. R. Vbacii has retorned from a tlelt to relative at Junction City. Mips Della Ramsey, a Richmond beauty, UTlaltlnu Mr. J. M. Philips. Mb. Looia II. Ramsey and wife, of Lexlncton, are on a tlilt to their parenU. Musts Lucy Tate an...

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 March 1886

CJ 7 3 oral HORSE FAIR L IRELAND. H TOLERABLY FAIR SAMPLE OF PANDEMONIUM LET LOOSE. Krery Concelvablo Clan of Men and Horses rremint Two Men Slinko Itnndl AVlmt It Mcatu ISnglaml nml Ireland Brltlne IlHrpnln Hldillng. - To a novico on Irish fair appears to bo let loose. Tho main street Is tho ihowgrouiul rind ride, nnd a convenient field, ivith a stono wall or two, servos the purposes of tho "manege," Such a whooping and yelling I Droves of wild young colu, rough, unkempt looking animals rushing madly about, with Pat riding barebacked as eay as a glove, wkh nothing but a "hit of a twig'' and a lifter for a bridle. Kvery concelvablo class of animal Is here, both biped and qundruixxl. The hunter t hlch, if iroiHrly got up, will fetch in Kngland a couplo of hundred, is side by side with a bcrow not worth a many Ientt, and tho nutocrat of the dealer'., yard may lw s.m in oloso confabulation with what looks llfso n prime dynamiter; while ulwvo nil the din and j.inglo floats an aroma of w...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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