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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 June 1882

MD S Stnu-MtthlnSnlcriDrSonrnal S0?A.liT3rO3R3D, ICY. Friday Morning, Juno 9, 1882 L A N.L OCAL TIME CARD. I'tiMftftr trains North..., " " South.. , 9 10 1. M. . 1 f r. m LOCAL NOTICES. ' Uuv I'AIKTU of lVnnj A MoAllitcr. Kitmit Dine Lick Water, at Mcltolierls A HUrrV Doan'h 7I-tet Oaaollne nt l l'ennjr A McAlleterV Ur.nMiif Millet and Hungarian seed tt W. 11. HlBRlm.'. Halt, Lime nj Cement constant) on liml a A. Owsley's. Nkw flock of Jewel rv mil fiiUtrwuto it IVnny AMcAlliterV JJoiu Watfii Utter llin In any pint season, at Mcltobert AHtagg's. Watciif. Clock ami Jewtlrr repaired ' nil warranted bjr I'ennjr A McAIIater. Wk carry tlie larseatand Lett assortment of canned Roods. McAllsler A Ilrlght. Cam. on V. II. IHggin for graM and grain acjtliea, Saddler'i grain cradle, Ac. Turk Aldtn Fruit Vinegar, beat In tlie world, for aale only by McAllnter A llriglit. You will find the beat fi-cont and 2-for-Jl-cenla cigar In town at l'ennjr A McAHa lerV J. II. A 8. If. Shank are receiving 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. — 9 June 1882

. H J frini-MffIilii3nlfnoroiu-nii BTAKFORD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - Jnno 0, 1882 A Woman's Heart. "Lctnmo tec," wid tho old mnn. musing vritH hli chin on tho top of his enne, and speaking iti tho nhrill fals ottn voico of ngo, "it must bo torlf soven ycais since Ann Maria died, yet I can remember trie very gown sno worojnnd tho color of tho long curls thnt hung down over her shoulder, nnd tho red on her cheeks that wa llkoa winter npplo! Dear mo I she's never faded a mito in all them years, hut Just sits there a lookin' at me, a sho did when I brought her homo. You tec thero was a kind of romniice tew it, and I'vo ollen and offen thought that if I had the power and could rite ft out it would read beautifuller than n novel. The fact wa, Ann Maria had another Iimu, hut thut amt no wonder, for sho was tho smartest and prettiest nnd best girl in tho hull country side, but what I mean, she had favored him over so little, nforo I come round, nnd began kcepin' her compwy.' Folks kind of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 June 1882

liBfiiaL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 51. Semi " He e Mi Iiileftof t-mWh Inltriorgournal W. P. WALTON, T. fl. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor - - Business Manager rnlittnltrit Titrmtiiu 'Hid I'vlilmi't Hu.no ijm ANNiisr. THE no AOL AW, To He Voted On at the August Election, AN ACT fur tlio loncfU of Lincoln County amending nml radioing into oho tlio ncU relating to ronrts in initl county. lie it cnuclril by the (lenrral Attrm lly of the. UommonweuUh of Kentucky. 8 1. Tlio county jihIro of tlio Lin coln county court ihalltUvidonllof tlio road in sniil county into jirecincU, nnd, Molten m inny Ira nccoary, up oint n surveyor in cncli precinct, whoooiliity it shall do to sujioriutcnd tlio ronil therein, and nee that tlio samo is worked nnd kept in such re pair m tlio nercoment of the contract or thereon with tlio county court ro quires. No turveyor shall donllowcd, unless dy content of tlio court, to ro sijjn such placo under two years, e...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 June 1882

Tuesday Morning, - - Juno 13, 1882 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tin our first page Is given tlio Itoml law as passed ly tlio Into Legislatures for tli is county, provided it is accepted 1) tho pcoplo nl tlio election in Au gust. Tlio iliill does nwny with tho old system of working ronds, and in stead provides fur their letting to con tractors, who hid lowest, to keep them in repair. An additional tax is to ho levied to pay for it which will ho both ad valorem and by poll. It strikes us that tho bill will better equalizes tho burden of tho road keeping and put tho weight where it ought to bo on thoso who uo it most. Tiio county is already taxed to the extent of 8900 to $1,000 for teams ard plows for these roads, which, of course, under tho new system, will lw furnished by tho con tractors. A 0. Buell, of tho Washington Critic, tho man who started the sensn tional report that a gigantic whisky ring was in existence, but who now ad mits that ho was lying, or rather as ho terms it, only in fun,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 June 1882

Stnu-Mttliln nif riorlonrnal Q0?A3Sr3rOllD, KIT. Tuesday Morning, - -Juno 13,1882 l. A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. PiiMnrrlrslns North . " " Booth lOi. M. . J Ml r. h LOCAL NOTlttS. Huv Paints of Penny A MoAH'trr. Kliwir lllue I.lck Writer, at Mellolicrli AHUrrV Doan'h 74-lcat Gasoline at at Penny A Mc A lister's. Salt, Lime anJ Ctinent constantly on html a A. Owsley'. New took of Jewelry ami Hllrcrware at Vtnnj A MeAliiler'. A t.MHT brown aiigar, 12 for $1.00, at McAllster.UlrlghtV 8otA Watiw letter tlian In any pnat Miaons, at Mcitulif rt A HukrV Watch w, Clock ami Jewelry repaired ami warranted by Penny A McAIIsler. W: carry llie largest and bcataworlinent 01 canned good, .MCAiisier ft lingni. Cam. on W. II. Hlggina foreran and grain scythe, Saddler' Kraln criclle, Ac. Puiik AlJen Fruit Vlnejjar, heat In the world, for rale only by McAllater A Hrlglit. You will find the licit G-cent and 2-for. 5 cenli cigar In town at Penny A McAlla lerV J.- II. A 8. II. HllANK are receiving and opening...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 June 1882

-rsrsac: vT 7- Sni-29ttcIiljT $i.fwor$ournnl STA1TPOBD, ICST. Tuesday Morning, Jnno 13, 1882 The Codfish. This tropical bird very eelttam wings his wny so fnr west as Wyo ming. Ho loves the sea brceres and humid ntmosphero of tho Atlantic Ocean, nnd when isolated in this luountaiu clime, pines tor his nativo homo. Tho codfish can not sing, but is prized for his beau til ul plumage, and seductive odor. Tho codfish of commerco is dovoid of digcttivo apparatus and is moro or less permeated with salt. Cod (lili on toast is not as expensivo as quail on toast. Tho codfish ball is mado of the shattered remains of tho adult codfish mixed with the tropical Irish potato ot commerce. Tho codfish has a great wealth of glad, unfettered amilo. when ho laughs at any thing ho has that same wide wist of mirtli nnd back tcetli that Mr. Talmago has. The Wyo ming codfish is generally dead. Death in most cases is the result of cxposuro and loss of appetite. No ono can look at tho codfish of commerco and...

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 June 1882

ulefli Z-Mt-r VOLUME X.-NUMBEJl 510. STANFORD, KYJtOJiSDLAfy, JUNE IG, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 52. jfenti Hal to B? , I' if s.T Sfnii-MfthlfiSnlcriorSournnl W. P. WALTON, . - Editor and Proprietor T. R. WALTON. .... Bmtnett Manager I'lititltliril Ttirttilitu Mint I'rhlitu, - AT NU.no IHQIl ANNUM, 77f 7Mtf QUESTION. . . SJMUtr lutfritr Jnml As I lmvo kcti chnrged (I liono joculnrly) by eomoof my jmrly liretli ren willi political licresy in rofcrenco to llio (nrill question, I lcg leave- to show that tlio views I lmvo endeavor. cl to cxprctsnro not, 10 far m irinci tilo is concerned, nntngonistfc to those licttlnml promulgated liy tho chimin ions of tho tariff for revenue only policy. In vrhnt I lmvo written my object lias heen to prove tho necessity nml tho propriety of incidental pro taction to homo industrial ly tnrill taxation, nml to combat nml rcmlotho allegation that protection thus given is "robbery." I liavo not pretended, nor do I now pretend to junction or defend, cr in any...

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 June 1882

? k Sni-S(lttfhIi?3nftrior3ournnI ra-T.A.lTIFOIlX), ICY. Friday Morning, - - June 10,1882 - - . . EDITOR W. P. WALTON, How is This? In tho act to in crease tho tax for Common Scliool purposes, as appears by tho official copies lent out by tho Secretary of State, which is to Ira voted on nl tho August election, there is an apparent discrepancy that nseds explanation. In tho first section tho proposed in crcajo of the tax is stated to bo two cents per 810O of tho taxable property, but in both the third and fifth sections three cents is mentioned ns the amount. Tho question naturally arises, which rato will bo tho lawful rato in caso of the ratification of tho act by tho people, two cents or three ccntsf There is still another question suggested by tho peculiar provisions of tho act. In the first lection there is this proposition: "Tfio capitation lax imposed on color ed people for school purposes is hereby repealed," and tho third section do dares, "this act shall not tako effect unti...

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 June 1882

3 . . !nlcnoroiirimI tCllU fflTA-irnroiar), icy. Friday Mornlnp, - - Jane 10, 1882 L S N. L OCAL TIME CARD. I'aiMHf f trtlnt Net lh.. ' " Routb , 9 to. M. LOCAL NOTICES. Kt.Y-viNst W. II, HlKlnn'. . IlUY I'aint of Penny MoAllster. Kitraii Illue I-Ick Wnler, si Mcllolrts Nr.w I'otatom, Vet. Ac, it McAIIsler A IIcIkIiIV. DoAriWI-tesKiitsollne at it Penny A McAllster's. Klkvkn pounih Sugar for $1 it MoAU liter A lltlglaV Ini: Chkam Prreaers, Water Coolers, Ac, t W. II. HlitRin.'. Halt, I.I me ami (Anient comtnntly on nana a a, uwaie? . New slock of Jewelry ami .Hilrerware it Penny AMeAllsler's. Hoiia Wati.h littler than In any pant seasons, at Mcllolierts A HUrr's. Watchi, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted liy Penny A McAllster. Oai.L on W. II. JIlnRlrn for crM and grain scythes, Saddler' grain cradle, Ac l'UHK Alden Fruit VineRar, lient In the world, for tale only by McAlister A IlrlffliL You will find the leit 5-cent and 2-for-B cents cigar In town at Penny A McA lis ter's. J...

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 June 1882

3T3t ;"!if Sni-S9tftWj nfcriorlonriijtl aT.A.iT3roiar), ice-. Friday Morning, Jnnol0,1882 HOW JAMES GORDON BENNETT RUNS THE NEW TORK HERALD. Apropos of .Mr. James Gordon Bennett's return to America and nil tlio talk about his every net, it occurs to mo how littlo tho public unilentflntl tlio in nn nnd his truo relation to tho New York Herald. Tlicro is an im pression that 'Mr. Dennett, becauso ho plays polo and give balls at Pau, spends halt of his time in Kuropo, mid builds fino yacht, allows tho Herald to run use It. Alio .nets are, mat ncv er was a great property so thoroughly and minutely controlled by tho spirit nnd. vcs. oven tho work of ono man (thoueh tho work may not mean rcr ular confinement to nn ofiico desk for so many hours a day per week) as tho Herald is hy Mr. Uennett. When Mr. Bennett is in Kuropo ho directs tho paper as absolutely as ho docs hero. Ho cables ns freely ns ho would talk. Of ovcrv important ovent which occurs in tho United States ho is instantly inform...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 June 1882

iteetll Jnfef tot lonfimL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 610. STANJFOHD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 53. Semi 1 1 nnt-Mrcliln$nicrior$ounui( W. P. WALTON, - -T. ft. WALTON, - C dittr and Proprietor Business Manager I'lititlnlint Turmlitu unit l'rtitilU'i Nli.OO IMSlt AMIVIJ.M. Interesting Remtnistence. fyrlvcster Mnnli, of Concord, Now Ilarujhtro, projector nnil priuoipnl owner oftho Whito Mountain Kail road i refers in llio following exlrnot from n privnto letter to Hon, J. V. rattorooti, to lil early oxporJonco in tho Wcit. It will lie rend with intcroM liy nil intcrcatol in tlio early history oftho Wait. In ntoakiiij of tho rapid growth of tho West, I Imvo timo to mention only n few facU. I left lloston ()atolcr 2, 1828, for Ohio. It look mo soventcon ilnyR to reach Ohio, liy way of 1 1 iiiTito, which then hnd but .'(,000 inhaliitnnU'. Tlio lari'it veel on Lnko Krio was sixty tons: now vessel run from Iluf falo of over 2,000 tons. Tho Krio Canal wiu finishctl to Hiillulo in ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 June 1882

II! diu-Mfflilnlnltrioroiirniil ST.A.a.'TFOiaD, KY. Tuesday Morning, - - June 20, 1882 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tht Proposed School Law. In last week's i'jjuo wo propounded certain Inquiries relative- to tho intent and meaning of certain sections of the School Act to ho submitted to the peoplo at the next August election. Wo aro still of tho opinion that tho net is ono of tho most involved nnd contradictory chapters of legislation with which the people havo been af flicted sinco tho precedent was first-set in that conglomeration of laws called, fur identification rather than for opt ncss of nhrascolocv. "General Stat utes." Our inquiries have excited somo curiosity as to this proposed school law, and among the views wo havo heard upon tho subject, tho fol lowing has obtained tho favor of ono or two persons : As to the capitation tax imposed upon tho colored people, it is maintained that the Act abso lutely and unconditionally repeals tho law in for co on this subject, and that theShcrif...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 June 1882

J I ' Stmi-MftllljInlcriorSournal sT.ifTB'oier), icy. Tuesday Morning, - - Jnno 20, 1882 L A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. passenger trains North ....m. to A. M. " Ctoiith l ( r. m LOCAL NOTICES. Ilur Paints of Penny A McAllater. Tnv I). Klae' 85 cent Newport tte. Knmii lllue Lick Water, at Mollobert Doan's 7-l-teot (laaollne ut at I'ennjr A McAllitrrV Kt.KVKK poiwih KiiKr for $1 at MeAI later A lirlglilV, Halt, Mine ami Ccmrnt roiirtntill on liaml a A. Divaler'. I'.kntv of counlrj Mile and In ma at McAllater A llrilif. Nr.w Mock of Jc weir and KlWerwaro at renny .v .McAlliler'a. Soda WATrn letter than In any jiaat reaaona, at Moltolierlt ft HlnjjRV Watciib". Clocki and Jeweirr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. lunK Allien I'm It Vlneear. beat In tlie world, for aale onljr br McAllater A Ilrtlit. ou will find the beat 0-cent and l!-for-5 cenl cl(r In town at Penny A Mo A Ha ter. J. II. A H. If. Shank are receiving and opening a nice new lot of Zelgler .Shoe low cut. Hmt Cnitor and...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 June 1882

lMa.. J-f .T-. -! V StniT-S3ttfMji 3nfmor3onrn.il fflTANTOED, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - - Jnno 20, 1882 A HEAVY BURDEN. "Ilather a heavy burden, Isn't It, my boy?" Clarence- Spencer, to whom tho words hail been ncldrcMCtl, turned from tho ledger, nnd looked toward the speaker. Clarence was a young man not more than fivoand-twenty and waa book keeper to Mr. Solo mon Wardle, a nleiuant faced, keen- eyed man of fifty, who had spoken. "A heavy burden, isn't it, Clar ence?" the merchant repeated. And still tho young man was silent. Ills looks indicated that ho did not comprehend. Ho had been for eomo tlmo bending over tho ledger, with his thoughts far away, and that his thoughts wcro not plcaant ones was evident enough from tho gloom on his handsome face. "My dear luy, tho burden is not only heavy now, but it will grow heavier and heavier, tho longer you carry It." riMr. Ward to, I do not compre hend you ?" "Ah, Clarenco I" "I certainly do not." "Didn't I call at your houso for you this mo...

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 June 1882

Intel tof ImHiiL V i i VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 54. Sf tit - Htli i L h" Schii-MtthluSnlcriorlounml W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTOH, Editor and Proprietor Outineti Manager I'lililtuhril TiirixlHU unit J'rhtitWt v HU.no IJ2Il ANNUM. a a Self-Can While Nursing the Sick. To t!ioo who nro called upon to n u no tho lick tlirouch a long nml go vcro IIImcm, it is of tho utmoU Impor Unco, not only to themselves, hut to their patient, tlint their own health iliould 1m jircscrvocl 'nml their own strength maintained, notonly throulj out tho critical itagc, hut during tho period of convalescence oftcntiinca so tediously prolonged. To all such wo submit tho following timplo precau tions, to aid them in preserving their own health while attending tho sick. If tho malady of tho patient he such as to cntiso tiny marked odor ol tho hrcnth or notlccahlo exhalations from tho skin, tuko enro nlwnys to sit on that ajuVof tho sick person which is opposite t...

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 June 1882

-fMNNMMHtofei . ISalS , Si. .JL-IJ g" Stmr-SStt f hljj Inlf rioroumaI ST-A.lT3r03aiD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - Jhno 23, 1882 W.P. WILTON, EDITOR Tun Louisvillo Commercial is in formed that whilo wo nro no especial advocato of iho Common Schools as in anngedin Kentucky andsevcral other States, wo have for years advocated a repeal of tho law discriminating be tween whites and blacks in a division of tho fund. Tho point that we tried to make in our last issuo was that it was exceedingly unfortunnto for tho colored pcoplo that in the faco of an effort to right matters, they should under tho leadership of a parcel of de signing scamps, meet and adopt reso lutions so harsh as to drive from their support thoso who would otherwise havo stood bv them. Not content with resolving to refuso to pay a tax that", riad already been repealed, they in effect demand that wo shall havo mixed schools, by "denouncing as cowardly, anti-American and infa mous, the clauso of tho proposed law," providing tha...

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 June 1882

! i Scini-Mcfliln nlrrior3oiirna( sT.A.rtT-roiar), icy. Friday Morning, Jnno 23, 1882 L A N.L OCAL TIME CARD. 1'ssMHftr lrilo North...., " " Month.... Iltl. at. . i ( P. U LOCAL NOTICES. Thy I). KIrm' $1 toe slippers. Hoy I'aimta of Penny A McAllsttr. Fiimii Illue Lick Water, it MolCotierln A 8(i(t(?'. Doan'h 74-let (lasollne at at l'ennj A .MeA lister's. Ki.kvf.n rouxm Hngar for $1 at MoAl titer A llrlgl.l'. Halt, Lime ami Cement comtantljr pn hand A. Osralej'a. I'i.rnty of country ililn Mil liamarat McAllster A Hrlghfi. Nr.W stock of Jewelrjr and Wlrer-arc it Penny A .McAllster'. Soda WATr.n Utter thn In an past seasons, ftt Meltoberta A HlaxitV. Watciiw, Clock iml Jewelrr repalreil and warranted f I'enny A McAllster. 1'unr. AUen l'rnlt Vinegar, beat In tlie world, for salo only by McAllster A IlriRlit. You will find the Lent fi-cent and '2-hr-ft rrnli cigar in town at Penny A McAlis. ter'K. J. II. 8. H.riiUNKt are recelrlnjr and owning a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe low cut. Ilrs...

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 June 1882

T Stnw-S&klili! nltrioromaI STANPOBD, ICY. Fridav Morninir. - - Juno 23, 1882 CONCERNIKO THE OLD MAN. A young fellow who is pretty smart on general principles, and who is al ways in a good humor, went into a store tlio other morning nml seemed to Imj broke up generally. Tho proprie tor asked him if ho wouldn't sit down, nntl ho said ho "couldn't very well, as his hnck was lame. Ho seemed dis coursged, and tho proprietor asked him what was the matter. "Writ." nun he. n. ho nut his hand on his pistol pocket and groaned, "there is no encouragement for a boy W havo any fun now-a-days. If a boy tries to play an innocent joko he gets kicked all over tho house." Tho storekeeper asked what had hannencd to disturb his hilarity. He said he played n joko onlus father and had-bwn limping ever since. "You see, I thought tho old man was a littlo spry. You know he is no spring chicken, and though his eyes aro not what they used to be, yet ho cau Vco a pretty girl farther than I can. The other ...

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. — 27 June 1882

utefti VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 55. Jewi - Heelfa !oufnL 11 i Senu-S3tcthlfi3nitrior3ournal W. P. WALTON. - - Alitor and Proprietor T. R. WALTON, .... Butlnttt Manager 1'iiMtnhnl Tirifii ,mf I'rlitnw, ttit.no PICIt ANNUAL Untie Joti al Frankfort. Mr l.rithrlni It's w.ll noii(h To goto Ilrolhrr lltrnn An1 liNraHiMTmin' hncn'iji - I lltt limn tl vaini. IUI, Lrtllirtlnd iWl Ixnk Ino Moth On roiiilof Mls; Thaftitur'a mlihljf loTillfl,an' Th) soma that's gln' la nils. Th patlt'n i straight snl nsrrew tint, An' weliiml kVpll welt) I'ar nsrj lusn Isgelii' Ih Itrttra Korchrfflr tiWn'lill. TliirVl (t to W a tlun's of IimiI A MlWtnjIn' slats; An fllir ao't. jur llarnM'a It. Want II Ih, pmulr fata. (l'n I'xlnn. How to Elect a President. A numlwr of our ahloat elntcitnen lmvo tlovote.1 much of llioir tlmo to tlio production of ciayi and tho prep aration of measures intended to eitn pliiy tho election of l'reoidcnts and Vico President of tho...

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. — 27 June 1882

,f Stmr-MtfIiliinfrrior3onrnnI raT-AJsrsporRD, icy. Tuesday Morning, - - Juno 27, 1882 rV. P. WALTON, EDITOR The Superior Court Primaries. -So far ns wo havo been able to learn tho-instructions for Superior Judge arc as follows: Pl&rA Richards, Louisvillo and Jef ferson county, 70; Madison, 10; IJut litt, I; Henry. !; Oldham, 2; Car roll, 7, Nelson, 9; Trimble, C; Green, 3; Spencer, I; Shelby, 0; La Ruo, C. Total, 132. For Runlett, Lincoln, 4; Rockcas tle, -J; Garrard, Cj Boylo, C; Henry, 1; Washington, 7; Taylor, 4. -Total, 32. For Duvall, Lincoln, 4; Marion, 8; Woodford, Cj Franklin, 9; Henry, 2; Oldham, 3. Total, 32J. This shows Mnj. Richards to havo an instructed voto of more than enough to;eIect him on the first ballot, and of coiine tho Danville Convention will be but a stupid affair. Mr. Rurdett made a gallant fight and deserved a better fate, but Maj. Richards was backed by an unseen yet powerful hand, nnd tho result was as wo have all along expected. Judge Alvin Duvall ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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