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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 March 1886

K H. plan. Semi I'll b'i7i erf TticMituun ami Frttlnu -AT su iiaxi A.Nrvuai, cahii. undorstsod If we credit that 11.50 will U ex peeled and demanded. W. P. WALTON. Cot WolfonTs Oratory. Mr. WolforJ, of Kentucky, Is the talk Injt member of Correal. The impulre to tako the floor seems to be Irreelstsble with him. Mr. Woltord cotrmanilei. tbe First Kentucky Cavalry during the war. He wan a border Union man, end br virtue of Ma strong war record he sits on tie demo cratlotidc, representing a mountain di trict which would nalurallr eem! a republican. There Is noiliice elenant iu Mr Wolfords appearance. Ilii figure U stumpy and a frock coat doesn't improve the outline. A verv fat face, which 10 repoie ! broadened by a Rtin, conveja the Impression that Mr. Wolford may be a humorist. Thin Impression Is dispelled soon after the Kcntucklan get the floor Ilii itylo of oratory i tbe petbetlc. Give him the case of a loyal widow whore wocd pile melted away in the sixties a the result of the proxi...

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. — 19 March 1886

' 1 &mMttfa$Mst$iitil Stanford, Ky., March 19, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Anotiieii advocate of tho whippingpost law appears in the Lexington Oaxctte, which sa: There is a solution of the con vict question in easj reach of tho Logisla ture "if only" one strong hand was stretched out to grasp it, and that la in the enactment of a whipping-post law. Not one convict in ten would ba sent there who are sent there now, and by a simple provision nhk.l.wtt mtr.l.i tta Idft nntinnftl with ders excluding him from the reporter's desk. Madden had charged in his paper that the speaker had shown partisanship in favor of the filibustering tactics employed by the opponents of the bill making gambling a felony, all of which OfTutt as unqualifiedly false. On the other hand Mr. Madden maintains that he can prove every word he wrote and has addressed a letter to tho body asking for a full investigation, which will be had. If Madden can do as he says. Offutt deserves tho censure of every man who wishes to s...

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. — 19 March 1886

Stanford, Ky Marcli 10, 1880 E. O. WALTON, - Businoos Managor. I. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mll litilceMorlhM 1 M r. m. " ' " Bonth....... M.J1 13 r. u. bxprs strain" Bouth...... ............ 1 Hi a.m. " " " Moth M.aosA.K. Tht jot Ii calculated on standard tlino. BoUr to U About 30 minutes laaUrt LOCAL NOTICES. LANDRErit'i" (lirden Bceda at McRoberts ft StepR'n. LAN.Mir.Tli'ft garden need in bulk and pickagfD nt l'nnr ( McA lister'. Watches and Jowelrjr repaired on ohor notice and warranted by I'onny & McAlia ir. Udv tho Haa Hot; Itemed r, the and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl liter. A coMrLrrr. tock of jewelry, latent style. IVicltfcrd ..!lL i sjecU.t. A McAlisttr. PERSONAL. Mu B K 'Viluot, of Oum Sulphur, mi to tee nit Tuesday. Mr. 8. E Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn , ii Tithing his pareito. MimSde Cozitt, Parksville, i the CUMt of Mm. M. 0, NelE. Rev H.C. MontusoN, of ia fblting hi old friend here. Mus. Cut. J. II. Myers hai gone to Fiemingsburj to visit her relaiirei. Mrrarta P. 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. — 19 March 1886

V TfflJ FAXCIIER TWINS. Wlion tho earth was shadowed nnd palled in that great ucliiiso in tho year 1755 terror acinxl flio for naturo scorned reversed, and a stilling calm camo orer all things, so -that tho boasts In tho field gavo frightened and tho dogs bayed, and tho fovi U, even ait inldday, sought their lurches. Just at that liour thero had gathered in the Foncher homestead In 'Westchester county, Now York, on tho Hudson river, neighbors, Idndly bent on ministering to one in tho most sacml of nil necessities. And vhen tho midday shadow began to permeate tho atmosphere, and to grow denser and denser, and the glmtly light revealed tho other and unusual sights without, tho neighbors sat crouched before the great flro in tho living-room, close together and speaking only in a hoarse whisper, casting half-averted glances from tho window into tho weird light beyond. But one, n motherly matron, was in tho inner room, whence oneo rha npjxwred with gloomy countenance, saying: "Itwero bet...

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. — 23 March 1886

Seiti W. P. WALTON. Bio Bogle Key. John A. Ibe's nomination br three or four hundred mjirit over hi competitor for the office of superintendent of common soUools iilves general iatisfo tion throtishout the county, la thl connection I am reminded of little hidden' that prorrn how cicely he attend in hie duties. When the last big Main "licet fire occurred" here, Bro. lljglo was fiUlni: n io ltton on the Interioh Journal ami every Friday morning would return to IIu ton yille, taking the mall to that office with him. Oa the nuht in nutation, it was your cor respondent's good fortune to be tharing a pillow with that ret trend Rcnllo man. and on waVini up when tbo flioics were eoTelonlnir the building and almost the very room we were occupying, ho spring out of bed with the rsiUuutlon "11)11 out of there, boy, the town l on fire, but uhere tl that mai7'1 at the same time making n rush for the door, with nothing on but a hat and one shoe nnJ a bundle cf Jntekiok JOURNAL under his arm, leav...

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. — 23 March 1886

Hi' ft &&&& f fqmf rnrrfWr!rtrfflwM Stanford, Ky., islature created over him. j March 23, 1880 W. P. WALTON. The bill psscl by the House requiting that all examining trials in cafes of homicide shall be before the county judge at the county real should becoino n law for various reason;, Tho further provisions of tho act which reqnires only one lraittrate to ait In the examination of other cases and which limit his cos's ii any examining trial to SI, will effect a great sarins and the ends ot justice will bo met as well as now, when two justices are nquired to hold such examinations, for one man practically decides anywny, that ij U one is for holding and the other for arqnittal, tho prisoner goes free. Tho paying therefore for two men is money thrown away. We acres with the Elizabethtown JVors that the newspaper war on Gov. Knott on account of the convict question is bath un reasonable and unjust. Hedoes not make the laws, but it is his sworn duty to so that they are...

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. — 23 March 1886

V ti Stanford, Ky March 23, 1880 O. O. WALTON, - DusInoHB Manasor. in I. J N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train .. going Worth .......... 1 M r, w. i i. Bouth....M 12 IS r. w, bweijiMln1' Houth... 1 Si AiU, Thsajove U calculated on standard time. Solar do It jbout 30 minute faster; LOCAL NOTICES. liANiiRKinV Grtrdon Heeds nt McKobertj A BtflKR'rt. LAN.)iitTii'g Rtrtlerl Died in bulk and package nt Penny A McAIIatcrV. WATcnra and Jnn olrjr repaired on shor cotico and warrantod by Penny A McAlis er. Uuv the IUm Hor Ketnedy, the and only genuine, from Penny A coMn.rrrn stock of jewelry, lateet trie. ' - p., ny McA lister. PERSONAL Mu II. 0 BtitriitT returned from Texas yeaterday. Mim Lena LackeV went to Dinvllle yeaterday to visit relative. Mum Mary Jo.vra hai returned from a tlslt to friend in Dsnv.lle. Mas. Kate Wiiay Wakefield returned to Blooniincton, III., yesterday. II. J. McKonErrra hare returned from a yislt to Harrodsburc: Miia J I. McKinnky returned from a tUU to her brother, Col S...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 March 1886

nt. V I Iwmral AMONG THE SEM1XOLES. PECULIAR MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE REMNANT OF THE TRIBE. A VUlt to nn Indian The of Indian Oratorj Nnrri.tlvo of n Hay'a Experience Charms of a Chlefi Voice. Ten years ago the writer spent a year In the peninsula cf southern Florida. In tho lnaceeillo wilds of tho great cverglado region there were then existing two distinct tribes of the great Somlnolo nation of southern Indians. The largest tribe was Semlnolo proper, and lived in wlmt Is known all over tho state as "Tho Big Cypress1" n dark swanip stretching across the peninsula near tho northern end of tho overglades. There vrero then several hundred of the warriors of that tribe. Tho smaller trlbo, consisting of somo forty or fifty warriors, staid on a reservation near tho head of Pease creek and tho Llttlo Outhlacoochee river. Tho chief of that tribe was Chipco. One night I had an opportunity of making Chipco's acquaintance at tho llttlo trading post where lived a man named Collins, who acted...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 March 1886

Setro III 9t0rf tifefiot lonftmL ' VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. NO. 110, jnlmorloumal Vnbtlshctl TtivmluuH aitti FrltUtv -AT a l'KUAMNUMt OAH1I. understood If we credit that 11.80 will bo ex-peeled and demanded, W. P. WALTON. RON GREEN R KELLER. IfPlJllv rvjj We are indebted to the Frankfort Qjjh' fa for the above cut of Hon. Oreen H Kel' ler, tbe rireecnt Clerk of the Lower Houre of the Genual Assembly, end for tne biograjiulcal sketch: He was born in Rirrlson county, Ky., in 1817, Lost hU father at the ece of (We years, nod wa sent to Biurbon county to live with h!a grandmother Knllsted In the Confederate nrmj i the (C "' fifteen, wan with Morgan on hi raid In Indian and Onto, being rap ure.1 in tho latter Slate tad becoming a Government boarder for some months. He If arord the printing buttnest In the old Covington Journal office; waa a few year later lb- editor of the Uyntbiana Democrat, and I lien of the 11 juibon San', was elected to the L iUture In 8u, re ...

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 March 1886

i -. mr iTi.imi 11" ' W IW jmtmmii mm : W. .ji.ii.iw,,,..., wpn iii ir i if T tiimhmmi 'MJUfti ! wBJfJ.Jsi'HmP'WWi fr StRaford, &., March 2G, 1880 w. P. WALTON. Tun 8cnle bill to make the keeping of a gambling houo a felony, which was refer red to b Speaker Offatt as the "d n gamblipc bill," Is no i virtually a law. The Houro pissed It, amended so as permit the selling of combination and French pools on race courses, by a voto of 47 to 6, the Speak, er, Moeaw. Mulligao, Jackson, Scott, Myen and Iloerlr compoulog the minority. The Senate has concurred In tho amendment 21 to 4, and It will therefore bo impossible for the Governor to kill tho bill with a veto, ; even should he desire to do so, as it could be easily passed over his objections. The law and order club of Louisvlllo deserve the highest praiso for pushing tho bill to a passage, and if the law shall wipe out the qret und growing evil the good people everywhere will rtjoice. Those who op posed the bill claim that they did...

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 March 1886

r fep fch v f tv 0F& SV n Stanford, Ky., Mn. 8 II. Shanks U March 20, 1880 G. O. WALTON. UuelnoBU Manajror. LAN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Malltralu going North- - l(Sr,u, noutn . M.ii n r, h, Ktomstraln" Boutb...... 182a.ii. " " " Moth . .......... 3 OS A. H, Tho tb li calculated on tUn dard time. Hoist me li Jtout 30 minutes Juttr! LOCAL NOTICES. Landkith'h Oirden Heedj at McIlobtrtA LAN.irn.Tit'H gnrilrn seed In bulk itml packaged At IVmir & McAHster'e. Watoiixs and Jewelry ropMred on ehor notice and warranted by Penny h McAMs r. Bur the Haas Hor Romedr, the original and only Eenuinc, from Penny A coxvixrr. atock of jewelry, latent ityle. Uockfoid wn!rLf. a epecialty. Pen ny A McAllatcr. PERSONAL. in Cincinnati biiTing rpring goods. Mn. J. T. CitAK) haa gone to Cincinna ti to lay in hie spring stock. John Enolemah, who is In busineaa in Michigan, U at home on a visit. Mn. D Klars has returned from the cities, whither he went to buy goods. Mm. W. II. WuEnntrr Is sending a few days ...

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 March 1886

t ii iv2 nia'ilM tTit (W lWW L m Icumd A GLIMPSE OF CONSTANTINOI'LE Durlnir the Miiaaulinan Feast of tha Itainatlnn In a Coffee House. From Its geographical situation, as well as from iU history, ConstAntinojilo naturally taken the front rank among the cosmopolitan cities of the world, and tho crowds thronging its busy thoroughfares embrace every condition of man tho kid glovo.1 exquisite without n tvriiikioin his clothes and the of half savage central Asian states encad in sheep skin garments of rudent inttern. Tho groat fast of llamadan u under full headway, and all truo neltlier eut nor drink n, particle of anything throughout tho day until tho booming of cannon at 8 in the evening announce Urat tho fast U ended, when tho sccno quickly changes Into a general rush for eatables and drink. Batwrvn s mid 0 o'clock in the evening, during 1j. ulan, certain streets and prewnt their liveliest appearance, and from tho highest class restaurant, patronlzoi by bey and nli:t, to tho vendors o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 March 1886

and Jone contest the next morning aftei coun y meeting vrer held. The difficulty attending this may be undentood when It known that fully fifty couutiea hadn't a railroad or telegraph line in their borders Manof the special messengers rode forty mill to railroad stations, one in eastern Kentucky riding a relay of horsea seventy miles. He planned and carried out the whole thiug nd Mr. Haldetnan footed the large bills without n murmur. During the Cleyeland campaign le, did special work for the N Y. llVUin Ohio and afterwards held an editorial position on the fnmo pa per. After several months he returned lo Louisville for personal nraotu and was given the managing editorship of the Gu mereiaf, which he held until recently. He ii at present the L.3slelatle cjrrespondcnl of the LiuUvilli Im( and also the Kentucky pi rosentatlve of several Nw York, Philadelphia and Caicio papers He gives Mr. Watlcrson full credit for muchpf hit euccea and continued advancement and lookeupon him as bis bes...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 March 1886

r if r t I Stanford, Ky March 30, 18S6 W. P, WALTON. Th.k strike on the Missouri Pacific prom ises to end in the deeit of the strikers ond no fair minded man who baa obicrred thoir methods nnd the almost total abeecc of . Rrounds for complaint, will regret their failure. Grand Master Powderly says it was unprovoked and ill-advised and has made severs! propositions to Mr. Gould looking to o compromise, but that gentle man refuses hisoverturei because the knights refuted his company's advances when tho strike was first inaugurated. He however ofl(M to take the men back to work without prejudice and this the should accent without further ado. Mr. Gould ar gues courteously, bat positively that his company had just as well force the matter to a direct Issue now as later. Tho Knights had violated a positive agreement with him not to strike until all efforts at arbitration had failed. He could not treat with a law breaking forco. Any negotiations with such a force would be unwise and usele...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 March 1886

Stanford, Ky karcli 30, 188G B. O. WALTON, - Duolnoeo Managor. I, 4 .LOCAL TIME CARD. Melt train going Korth ,.......,. ,- l ss r. y, OVUIUHtflHHM I -11 is r, v Kxpret strain" nouin 1 Bi A) K, i it ii Notu, ......... .MM 2 US Jk.U. 2 ho ajovelicalcalalod on standard time. Holsr mti About 10 minute tailor; 0Mi NOTICES. LAitmirrii'e Girder Heeds at MeRoherU & rJtrujgV. LAr'.)ltr.TiiH Kitnlen need in bulk and pickup "I i'enny & McAlistcr's. WATtntm and Jnwelry repaired on shor notlco and warrnntod by I'onny A MoAlis r. IJnv the Haas Ho;t Remedy, the oriji oal and only genuine, from Penny A cohplktb stock of jewelry, latent itylo ''' -'--! cs -. srocialtj. A lie A lister. PERSONAL. Mu. Lek CaniiBY, of Harrodiurg, was here Sunday. Mim Ella Givens was the Bact of the Misies Helm. Mu. E. II ISunNBiDK U down with a severe kidney alUctlon. Miss I'attib McCoiikacic started on her return to Texas jeUerdsy. g(jumK J. II. Eabon has settled at Homnwood, Franklin county, Kansas. Mit. aj Mm...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 March 1886

M "r tgwfcjgtttu irnwwaaertrt "Ln"tfiriniiiriii feS2 : 4 INDIANS OF MEXICO. THE LOADS THEY CARRY IN COMPETITION WITH THE BURRO. A rroeesslon At Work on tho Itnllronil Car-' rjlng: Invnllila Toting liable on tlio Hacks of Little mothers and Slatnra. Tbo fact is that tho Indian puts himself in cohyvjtltion with tho burro, that littlo beast of toUga Tho back of tho Indian soems to bo about as strong that of tho burro, anJ the Indian tins this nd vantage, that altar transporting his stuff to market he can nmko his own bargain for iU sale. I know no moro Interesting alglit than to go out in the early morning on to one of tbo great highroads leading into tho city, and to watch tho never-ending procession of Indians carrying burdens Tho rag figures sold in a fow Boston shops giro exactly their oxpreiion. It is tho Aztec face, that dull, broiwod countenance, with lusterless oyes, which soem to havo accepted tho Iovus.t condition of llfo as all that is attainable by human wdoavor. And what l...

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. — 2 April 1886

Stemi Veeklii 0 ntefiot lonfimL VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. NO. 112. ShiaMElttHi! 3ntwor$oraI Vnbtlahctl TittMiluu mid Friday -AT a l'BUANNUMi OA8H. understood If w.ctoJlt that 11.50 w 111 to ex. petted and demanded. W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. After, a xck of tuoal capricious vrealh cr tbe month of March Is bIbmIUIdr Us dc parlure by a flrtt clin mow storra. To the Ladies Mm. Maggta Cmp' bell iinJ Mr. P W. Gr"en, cl Huston vllle. Invito attention to their new rr oalabllahment. With a full line of elegant ami fashionable services of a city trimmerand an earnest drflre to respectfully aollolt your patronage. Mioses J1 and LUzto Tidwell returned from a lll to their mother In Boyle county Monday. Mle L'ule at-tempted on Wednesday to ford the raglnjc UanHIng Fork on horseback. When abaul mldwy of the s'ream bur saddle turned and the was dropped unccremonlooely into the riwbloK current, fihe bad presence of mind to cltnc to Uw home until assistance reac...

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 April 1886

wr -"s v-v'.n nMiiWHWWtWHiuuiijtLlU'.Li., ,,u n j. i ... ""'" .x&SBJfc' mip'W.'j ..;, r ss m 42- 1 1 ' Stanford, Ky April 2, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Miss Cleveland haa expressed disapproval of any evening drees for women "nhich shows the bust." She haa no objtcticn to tbo display of the neck and arms, and leaves her own bare on all full drew occasions; but she lays down the rule that "between the neck and bust there is a lino always to be drawn," and which cannot ba pa'ted without producinR an eflect "shocking, nausealinp, revolting and deserving of the utmost denunciation on the score of morality, beauty, health, and every other consideration which good men and womsn should coueplro to preserve and exact." The old sinner of the New York Sun devotes a column to this important matter and proves that t Im been the fashion in all ages, no less in times when social morals were Btrict than in times when they were lax, for women to reveal to the admiring gaza the beautiful swell of the bos...

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 April 1886

SWcehlulntcriorloMnRl Stanford, KyM April 2, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - DuBlnoaa Manager. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mall trtln going North- ,iur, m. South .,...... UJ is r. M, Eiprcotrain" bouth. HtMWIl l n At m. ti Norh..., 05 A M The joto Ii calculated on standard Mine, Bolsr mail about 30 minulos faster; LOCAL NOTICES. LANimtTH'a Garden Heeds nt McHoberl Laimrktii'b garden need in bulk and pickagen at Penny & McAlIster's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehor notice nnd warranted by Penny1 & McAlia er. Buy the Uaaa IIor Ilemcdy, the orlgi jal and only genuine, from Penny A ooMri.BTK stock of jewelry, latest stylo, RooHord wateliM a specialty. Penny McAllster. PERSONAL. Mn B. E Owsley went up to) Laurel counly yesterday. Mies Jeff Davis Uo&seli, is rialting her sister, Mrs. W.T.Smith. Mn. Eo Cotant, of Ohio, is vIsIUdc his reiatire, Mrs. Lewis Dudderar. Musrs Mattik Crow and Emma Dodds are visitlDg Mrs. 8. P. Btagg. Mtsa Cynthia Caiison has returned from a visit to her sitter a...

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 April 1886

RBir? vmi' " VlVniiP f ecfelfilnieriorlournal TRAGEDY OF THE HOG. A WILD WESTERN DRAMA FULL OF BLOOD-CURDLING SCENES. 'How Mrs Arc Killed in a Modern Machine Tho Otlclirr ami till I'atal Knlfo Scraped liy Decapitated nt Last. In tho Town of Lako, only a for miles from tho modern, civilized city of Chicago, lives a man who commits 3,000 or "4,000 murders a dny, nnd Ls novor arrested for It. Ho kills hORS, Rots $4 a day, nnd goes homo al tilglit with n cloud on his conscience, but with n heap of blood upon his clothes. Did you over sets this at work? In a pou two or threo mon nro at work catching pips. Tho catcher is an activo fellow w 1th a keen oyo and a nervy hand. Ho reaches for n pig's hind lo, gets what ho reaches for, ntllxw a loop-chain, nnd tho as ccmion of Mr. Pig from this vnlo of toars at once begins. A man abovo pulls n lovor and tho omnipotent power of &t?am yanks the iig to n banging position. Tho chain attached to his leg Is fastened to a carrier which dips nlong w...

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