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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 May 1886

P J P S, eMM ' i.. '. . iij. ji iLiiBsr'V T ' ll1 " aim u -1 jui'.',: : J je.S"M t ' r" ra t jtM end e I i ntefiof lonfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. NO. 126. OPPORTUNITY THAT OCCU ONLY ONCE IN LIFE TIME. i A jMri52Ki HO n , j Opposite the j lx$f kt .'- Is c ' -- I ORSE! A BUGGY ! r. MY KINGDOM FOB A Is what Richard 11 said; now this time it is For which you don't give aKingdom, nor a red cent. ma m ifis w. rijfiBX to fa:T -Go : KIJASS, H f Mt A BUGGY ! r.flilt r W "' 4 fD.Mt o m I i i tiBflBssilBv vW H Myers-House, buy one dollar's worth ofoods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar's purchase you vill set a ticket thrown in; this will give you a chanc3to win the IIWC&OT or A FINE SINGER Tin ost S125 and can be seen r he seen at the store. These two articles . -- - ' - . .. , , .,, holder of the lucky number win gei eiuier drawing. No oiie connected with my CfnBR vTilJy SEWING MACHINE. at the store; the Machine cost S55 and can will be drawn for...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 May 1886

i ( iL' : Stanford, Ky., May 21, 1880 W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. VT. Alcorw. " Commonwealth's Attorney-K. C. Wabie. " County Judge T. W. Vinson. " Circuit Clerk J. P. IUltKY. " County Clerk-O. B, CoorKR. " D. Nbwland. County B. Capkstkb. D. Kesnkdt. Jllor 8. 51. Owsxs. " Superintendent Common Fchools J. A. Boolb " Surreyor F. B. Howard. The legislature after being in session 140 dayp, the longest on record, adjourned at C o'ciccn Tuetdny and a fertent "Praise the Lord," aBcends from one end of the State to the other. May we never be curled with each a body again. All of iU important acts, which have been vouchsafed at a coat of $150,000, appear on our fourth page. Borne of them are good and much needed law?, but the outlay far exceeds the value received. It is safe to predict u well a satisfactory to prephesy that a majority of the members, who have now gone home to an outraged constituency, will never see Frankfort again unless to serve a ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 May 1886

r $ Inttriorioumal Stanford. Ky., May 21, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Off the Cape of Good Hopo Early In 1883 A Stern Cliaie a Coming Gala A Summons to Surrender Tho Escape "Gooil.Uyw." Our Tojrago continued prosperous, and nothing suspicious was discovered until on morning when vro woro oft the capo of QooJ Hope, ns we were tailing along with n fresh broere right aft, in tight of Table mountain, at tbo entrance of the harbor of Capo Town, with Capo Legulliu about twenty uillw distant ou the port bow, A cIom lookout was constantly kept, and before long, imoke, m If coming from a sUxuner clov under the knd, apparently bound to the eastward, wax reported. Boon her hull npixxirod in tight, and by the aid of a glati I made out that the wit u low, rakUUIooklng craft, neither liko a man-of-war nor a limn ban t iUmiiit, but at tho dlitAnce aha was from ui It wai impo4lile to ell definitely what she was. I nrr the circumstance it made mo feel very In a few momenU the dlseovwcd u, m km eTident by ber...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 May 1886

A imWB,t& Inttrforioumal Stanford, Ky., May 21, 1886 W. P. WALTON. WITH SUPPLEMENT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcork. " Commonwealth's Attorney R. C. Wasiex. " County Judge T. W. Vauhon . " Circuit Clerk-J. r. IUilkv. County B. Coor-ER. " Newland. County Attorney-D. B. CAtrENTER. Attestor E. D. Kennedy. ' Jaller-8. II. Owens. " Superintendent Common Bchoolj J. A. Boole " 8urTeyor F. B. Howard. The Legislature after being in session 140 dayp, the longest on record, adjourned at 6 o'uiocK Tuesday and a fervent "Praise the Lord," ascends from one end of tho State to tho other. May we never be cursed with such a body again. All of its important acts, which have been vouchsafed at a cost of $150,000, appear on our fourth page. Some of them are good and much needed laws, but the outlay far exceeds the raluo received. It is safe to predict u well as satisfactory to prephesy that a majority of the members, who have now gone home to in outraged constituency, will never se...

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. — 21 May 1886

t?) ) 1 . ( Stanford, Ky May 21, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - UuBlnosfl Managor. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CURD. Mail train golnf North. I RS r.u " Hottth .. ...13 IS p. M Grprctslraln" Houtb...... . is2aiM. ii ii Noth...-., 3 03 A.M. la calculated on slandud time, HnlT tr.oli 'bout 20 uilnutoi litr, LOCAL NOTICES. liANDHKni'fl Garden tirtd at MoRoberU LAN.iur.Tii'8 Ksnlen Heed in bulk and pckageH at Fenny A McAIUler'n. Watches nnd Jewolry repaired on nlior ootice and warranted bf Penny A MoAlia r. Buy the Hand Hot; Remedy, the original nnd only genuine, from Penny A coMri.ETK stock of jewelry, latent ftyle. Rockford watchea n gpeciulty. Pen nr A McAHaler. PERSONAL. PnoK. Aiinek Rogers ii taking in tbe May Ftatml thii week. Miw. Rhoda Woodcock, of Danville, if Ti'ltini; Mrs. John M. Hill. Mns. ItnECK Jones and Mbi Mary Rtid arc vieitin; friendi in Mercer. Mb. J. T. OtniiniE, night ticket agent, hw gone to Boyle for a little holiday. Mns. J. V. Alooun and Mr. Rabert McAliater went to Louiavilla Tuea...

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. — 21 May 1886

n wjniniii.n.i, y vp1 WWn(liiriii i V ffB'i.W iMflHW iayyii yii v i ' I, '" " d r lonmal Published Tticadaua and Friday -Ai-sa FEB ANNUM, CA.SII. It understood if we credit tht JJ.50 will be tod demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praisa the Laid. God is Lo7u and Noth ing Else." "Great Acstoaluh Biqht." P. & 0 8. 8., Sururj, March 20, '80. Dear Interior: -The "Q. A. B." is a huge indentation off the Southern ah ore of this mighty cmtltent. Oar present course is on the chord of this great arc at one extremity of which lies Albany; and Adelaide ltfthe other. The dittince between them-1007 miles, which we are "knocking off" famously, now, over a pleasant sea and under a blue sky. Tuesday, 23J, at r. u., wc steamed cautiously into the land locked harbor of Albany, at the head of King George's sound. From early dawn we had been running down the coast with laud in full view perhaps les than five miles distant, on'an average and when we catne opposite our little harbor, made a sha...

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. — 25 May 1886

Tr i t 1 M pr HI ! A i3t??W VOL. XIV. lJU 0U - . , e fKi 11 FINE V A? i W "a M , i a imir 'i A BUGGY ! .BHt. i li. itf I .' t i . 1. j f fi I 1 ffll w. ..,.... ) i.'VM? r. uBy SINGER MJJ OPPORTUNITY THAT OCCU AH I The Buggy cost S125 and can be seen be seen at the store. These two articles-holder of the lu6fty number will get either .rlvn wincr "NTn firm nnrmppjhprl TKrith mv V v . WAWH&. , j mfefia to 111 -Go to- KL A aHU tJ Kirmi 'M??w5sfSf5g2. ;w 11' J' STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1886. Ml IOWGD0M 1 ": i 7 r Ti ji'ti '. ji'i' ONLY ONCE IN Is what Richard III said; now this time it is lT it (K, 9 l nrf w ' y p A BUGGY ! For which you don't give a Kingdom, nor a red cent. tiai ;'"x'f j Vf 'W W NO.. 127. LIFE TIME riMii -. j. , j i .j i . rar? 4W I atliu i - all' '- - & illf 'l O 1 fbaM Opposite the Myers House, buy one dollar's worth of goods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar s purchase you will get a ticket thrown in; tins will give you a chance to ...

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. — 25 May 1886

i .tf f tin inlcriorlournal .'Stanford, Ky May 25, 1886 W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES. Tug passage of one bill alone goes far towards redeeming in a measuro the many eins of omission and commiuion of the late unlaniented Legislature. We refer to the one Riving county judges exclusive jurisdiction in examining trials for homicide and requiring that all such trials be at the court-house of the count? in which the crime is committed. If for any reason tho county judge is disqualified from acting then one competent magistrate or police judge shall preside. Tho county judge shall receive no fees for such examinations but when any other judicial officer presides he shall receive $2 for the first day and $1 for each day thereafter, provided that in no case such fees shall exceed $1. In addition to a vast amount saved by the State by the law, the ends of justice will be more thoroughly met, for as tho Bichmond Beg uter says, after giving its representative, Mr. W. T. Tevis, credit for tho bill: "...

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. — 25 May 1886

' (tx Inttriorlpurw Stanford, Ky May 25, 1686 W. P. WALTON. in, Mary Walker. There nro two thing about this noted llttlo woman that no follow can find out. Nobody ever did find out yet, and Uio pro poet Is tho doctor will go down to the crnvo Looping hor mouth shut on theso two important mntter. Who says no woman but Becky Jones enn kop n secret! Ono of tho thing nobody con ascertain nbout I)r, Mary U where, tho got tho tltJo of doctor, tbo other u ho wold sho U. Tbo latter, of courso, It private, and nobody' business, but the flrtt li something Bomowhcro a newipapor ro msrkM that tho livdy'i mother bad Justdlod, aged 83, There U a tradition, too, that she wit born In New York state. 7, A ' m There U another k trndltlon which p e o p 1 o whlspor with bated Ijreaio. : -Uw It 1 that onos, soma time in the remote and Dr. Mary had a husband, whom she tried a while, and finding ho was not agree- nblo, repudiated ca MAIir WALKER. bjro with scorn, nnd thereafter went her iwrksHi war Alone,...

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. — 25 May 1886

i' ' t" T - Stanford Ky., May 25, 1886 A o. WALTON. - Bualnoaa Manager. SUPPLEMENT. DEMOOBATIO TICKET. For C ult Judge J. W. Alcork. ' Commonwealth's Attorney-B. C Wamm. County Judge-T. W. Varhox. Circuit Clerk-J. P. Biar. ' County Clerk-O. B. Coor-us. " County Attorney-D. B. Caupknibb. Assessor E. D. Kjmscbdt. Jaller-8. M. Owkss. " Superintendent Common A. Boot " SurTeyor F. B. Hqwabd. "Showed Off." Tbe hearts of many parents hare been oaddened by haTinu their children obstinately refuse to "sho off" their mental attainment! In the presence of visitors. It in delusion that this dis always a parental play of Johnny's or Silly can not but ba a source of infinite 07 to all beholder, whereas the victimistd visitor iB simply enduring in enforced silence the torture forced upon him. Jenkins, a friend of mino, has a son three years old, suppestd by the Jenkins family to ba an infant prodigy, future President, and all that. The friends of the family hate different sentimental which I will ...

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. — 25 May 1886

JL I if iu Stanford, Ky., May 25, 1880 H. O. WALTON, UuBlnosa Manngor. 1.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North. .... 1 69 r. w. South. ...n 15 r. m. Bgpret strain" Houth., ... 1 S3 At M. f h Noth.., 2 05 A.M. t h a joto Is ratculttod on standard time. Solar ras It about 20 inlnutot Imlor, LOCAL NOTICES. IiANimcni'a Garden tieeds at McRobcrla LAN.mr.Tii'b garden need in bulk and pickiffen nt Penny & McAlUtei'e. Watch tn and Jewclrjr repdred on ehor ooticu nnd warranted bf i'enny & McAlia r. Buy the Han Hon Keuedv, the oriel xl and only Benuine, from Penny AMcAl liter. A complete utock of jewelry, Intent etvle. Rockfnrd watches it iocinltv. Pen nr McAMater. PERSONAL. MimIda Vaxaiuiule, of Washington coiinlr, l the guest of Mrs. T. J. !)) ley. Mil F J.CAMrnrxL, nianar,erof Dock Castle Springs, pissed up from Louisville fiiturday, Misa Maooie McRobititb, of Danville, la the curat of her uncle, John M. Mo Roberts, Br. Miis. Pate Kino and little daughter, Fannie, of Crab...

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. — 25 May 1886

tpr t - - 3JJkiW jyv'ftT lli IIJ,MI ilLRJ ... i iiiijjjj j -V v . v (. -T I I ii f J 1 I. It ' rublUhcU TitcMdaua and Fridays -AT S3 XBll 4.NNUM, CASH. It understood If we credit that I J. 50 will bo expected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. 'Praise tho Lord. God is Love and Nothing Else." 8. 8. "Mariposa." off the coast a of New Zealand, April 26th, 18S0, Drir Intriiior: Twelve Hundred miles doe eait from Sydney, Hes the "North I truth la stronger th Cape," of the uppermoU of tho two long, straggling, deeply indented islands, known an New Zsaland. Within mr own memory tho abode of untamed, ferocious cannibals; now one of the "oun Hon? of one of the "company of nations" promised to Abraham and repeated to Jo seph's descendants, one of the brightest jeweli of the crown that decks the brow of Judah's royal race; like a diamond ear drop.'depending from the fair Australia; and in position, climate, fertility and resource, marktd out for a future greatness that nothing eeims t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 May 1886

' ' '" ' ' '' ''' '" " ' 'WIT 'S - 1 1 it rai i """V "T W V i Stmt & mmlt titef iof iamf mil VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1886. NO. 128. J Mnlnttrior lournal Vttbtlnhetl Ttieatlau ami Friday -AT 83 X13ltANNUM,OASH. It understood If we crwllt lht IJ.SO will bo ex. Peeled and demanded. I W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and Nothing Elao." 8.8 "MAIlll'OSA'OFKTHr. coast or New Zealand, April 20th, 1B80. fcOKTINCED FKOU LABT ISSUE. I will just dismiss Byilney In a icntence that I bollere Isa jmland true one. It ii tie moat beautiful placo I erer taw; it Is tha jstlouaj I .. il,u .. ?.. vtin'iMim tn lis .ear null cav; ui .v .w .-. .-----. neat workers," nulllfr largely tlo Bood they might otherwise accomplish. The .lying need of Sydney ii a great "mita!," that will bring all hoarti together. I hope Moody and Banker will be used of the LOUD to bring this about. I think they will. It ii toa pltlfnl to eo the detil ''hating his own way" in such a lo...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 May 1886

I ar rSl r Stanford. Ky May 28, 1886 7. P. WALTON. A sensation vu created In the Maxwell trial nt Si. Louts by the Introduction of the teslinionv 0 a dtectlve, who committed forgery in ordw to be incarcerated in the same tail with the nrisooer. There he won the confidence of Maxwell, who told him how he "cot away" with Prellor. That unfortunate individual -as suffering with severe pain, when Maxwell suggested a hypodermic injection of morphine. He shot a big quantity in bis arm and Freller was soon unconscious, when the work was completed by applying chloroform to his nose. lie then took his money, about $S00, and stripping tho body, packed it away in the trunk before it bad grown cold. He gaveastLo reason for killing him that Preller had promised to pay hii way to New Zealand and then refuted to do so. Maxwell also told tho detective that he wan anxions to nrocure a man to swear that he saw him before the murder and that he seemed to have a large quantity of money. The testimony cr...

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. — 28 May 1886

t Stanford, Ky, Mall train going North South KxprcMtraln" Houtn. ' Norb., Front room on Brat floor, aired. Mra. M. L. Bourne. May 28, 1880 B. O. WALTON, Dualnoaa ManoKor, L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ttM itMtHIMi l RS r. m. n 19 r. m. It ... 3 05 A.M. IhOkT li calculated on lUndird tltnr. uili 4 bout 20 minutes Inter, LOCAL NOTICES. ' McRodertb A Staoo have started Boda Fountain and is aa good aa made. . Isolsr Lanwieth's Garden deeds at Mcltoberts Lah.)krtu'h garden seed In bulk and ickncM nt Penny 't McAllster's. Watcuih anil Jewelry repaired on shor ootlc and warranted by Penny A McAlla Boy tie Haas Ho Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AcoMrLCTK stock of jewelry, latent ityle. Rockford wnlche ft specialty. Penny A McAliater. PERSONAL. F. M. Aksmy, of Lebanon, waa here yesterday. U. L. Vaniiook, of McKinney, waa here thla week. J. L. Slavin, of Crab Orchard, wii here Wednesday. -J. C. Coulter. Esq , of MUdleburg, waa In town Tuesday. Cor Cosby Oatth, of Monllcello, is rialting o...

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. — 28 May 1886

& KV s.t l I 9 . JnL. --- ' atmoi $imi na 1 KNIGHT OF TUE LAKIAT. NOT TO BE CONSIDERED A SUCCESS AS AN INDIAN FIGHTER. No Class of Man In tbo World Mora Utterly Contomptuoui of Death Dentins with Unseen Dancer A Total Lack ol Military Discipline. Doubtless your ears have titillated, oven at this range, to tbo vociferous trill of tho cowboy, howling to bo lot at 'em. ThU knight of tho lariat Las bad to ask several friends to hold him, right along, lest ho avalanche himself on tho gory hostile and oxpungo wo Apacue race at ono fell swlpo. And tho comical part of It has been that a good many worthy folks aro impressed thereby, and yearn for tho formation of sundry cowboy companies, with superlative faith, that so tho problem should bo solved lnstantor. Tho proposition has evon been wlrod to Vfashlngton. Now, the cowboy is a good follow in his way, and it is a robust, anti-dude way, too. I haven't a word against him, but, on the contrary, a lively inomory of many kind nesses at bis ...

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 June 1886

S fe "'" " il HT.nT A j&etw mum ntefio mtfti VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1886. NO. 120. - - ' t.i i iortrircl Vitbllnheil TttcmltiUH rtml Erlttatw As -AT a VEKANNUM, It understood It wa ctodlt tbit 11.50 will I ex peeled and demanded. W. P. WALTON. GEO. O. BARNES. Praise tho Lord. God is Lovo and Nothing Else." ITulsIetttr wasonlho way two months anil came after the one published last ia ue which was written a month lad r. KJ J of P. A 0. 8 H "Sutlfj," Lat. 0, (Equator) .March liih, ISSft, Dea liftEiiioit: Aitrlde of tie line that dWMw J)ie,plne'into,twQ niukl paTl's, ia m good a place to bejln to jot down our Ocean experlenc, an another. The old joke of looking through a Ulwcope with a hair stretched Inalde, was auccessfullr ofl just now upon iotne Rreen navigators by one of the younger ofliaersdhut thotimo honored visit of Neptuneto extract on "black mail" under penalty of the unfortunate pMenger'.i face beinx lathcredjwllh a hip's mop and scraped wilh a rmr of l...

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 June 1886

i i i H . KVM TSP' gntmorgonmri Stanford, Ky., JtUie i 100U w. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Clreutt Judge J. W. Alcorh. " Ccinmonwealih'a Attorney-It. a Warms. " County JudgeT. W. Vamoh. Circuit Clerk-J. P. BULKY. " County Clerk-G. B. Cooper. " Kxwlaxd. County B. CmrKUTBtt. Alienor E. D. KBHXBDr. ' M. Owxs. " Superintendent A. Boole SurToyor F. B. Howard. . Some weeks ago Judge Durham wrote a letter to one Squire Gill, of BUelbj county, which waspublished in a Shelby ville paper, in regard to his position on the He declared that he was not a can didate in the popular acceptation of the term, but would serve the people if they to call him to the position, without his resorting to the usual methods of those who have of late ysara sought the office, provided the President would be willing to give him up. He then "went for" the State government, which he charged with a lack of energy, doing little or nothing to relieve the wants of the people and permitting the debt to increase eve...

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 June 1886

fr i I I 4 ,a?s ? SK fo T ' Stanford, Ky., Juno l; 188G B. O, WALTON, UuslnoaB Managor. l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train going North., lUr.y. it i. ti Bouth... Kipm strain" Bouth..., 1 S3 A.M. " Horn tlMHmNWH i 05 A, If ti calculated on standard time. Bolar r li ibout 90 minutes taater, LOCAL NOTICES. lANDiiKTit'e Garden eeeds at Mclloberls A BiAKRV. LAN.)ntTHB garden eed In bulk and iiacktRtH at I'ennr & McAlislf r's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls r. .... Buy tie Haaa Hog Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny Aoompi.etk stock of jewelry, latent style, ttockford watches a specialty. Pen-or A MoAliMe r. PERSONAL. Mu. E B nAYOEN returned trora the West yesterday. Mies Halue Royctoh, of Garrard, IsTliltlneMts.T. R Walton. George Burtok, of Plttiburg, has been on a vlrlt to bis bomefolke. Mewiw. A. M. Kixo, Will Dails and Al Price, of Danville, were here Sunday. Mn. John T. Wilhite and son, John T., were up lo see 8sm M. Wllblle...

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 June 1886

' I' J . a"' r "" " uw"- n T i i ii niifii T1 f aattiliMM eatas CIRCUS MUSICIANS. THE BKflCULTIES OF SELECTING MUSIC FOR THE PERFORMANCE. Time iib4 Thiio Slint Ilo Suitable to the, Character of the Work In the Itlng Men mid Ilnrsct That Citn Not Stand Any .OJintigo, "Onco a man get! Into ths llfo of n circus land,n,seid tho leador, "and accuitomod to its hard work, bs likes It, and very few caro to leave it again for tbo casual and cbanco engagements of unattached musicians. Even if the; vrsre so fortunate oj to got placos in regular theatre orchostrns they would havo tliolr dull season each year, and, when at work under union rates, would only got $itOn porfonuance, out of which they would baro to pay their personal expenses, so that they would bo no batter off than in a circus. Tkon, there Is no small attraction in the.travcl, excitement, open-air life and variety of a circus. Some of our circus band men go on playing until they aro quite old. ilt is the duty of tbo leader to sele...

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