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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 27 June 1882

3 t $ -' niu-Mttfiljignlcriorloiirnnl Tuesday Morning - - Jnno 27, 1882 L i N.L OCAL TIME CARD. rtiMfcertrtlni North . o ioa. m. " Booth . 7 p. M LOCAL NOTICES, llur I'anmof I'enny A McAIIater. Krmu Illue Lick Witter, t Mclloberla OrnMAN Millet Hil $2UT xr lnulitl al At Owsley's. Doan'd 7-Mnt Oaaollne nt at I'enny A McAllttor's. Kt.KVRN 1-ouNlrt HiiRsr for $1 at MoAl Inter A ltrlglil's. Halt, Mino ami Cement conttantly on hand a A. Owsley's. I'l.KNTVofrounlrjr allies anil liann nt McAIInterrt llriglil's. Nr.w stock of Jewelr arnj Hllmware at IW7 A XtoAlHter'd. Koua Watkii txlttr than In an past seasons, at Mcltolxrla At Htagg's, Watciie, Clock ami Jewel rr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAl Inter. l'URR Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the world, fur sale only by McAIIater llrighl. You will find the !st 5-rent and 2-for 6 cent cigar In town at l'enny MoAIIs. ler'a. J. If. A 8. H.fillANKs are rrcelrlni; and opening a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe a low cut. Ilnrr Cantor and Kxlra Wint...

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. — 27 June 1882

1 1 in nmuiii i iinwi.iiju.ui.Li, ' jw. ,-u im ii i upmttm' J" j&n-$tffMn3nlmo$ournaI STANPOBD, KY. Tnesilay Morning, Jnno 27, 1882 5 Nt Method of Oil Printing. The first tiling to bo done is to rnnko n finvnimllo or the nnintini! that is to Im conioil. in which the outlines ofl each simnio color is accurately repro duced. Th. copy is then trnnalorred to ft plate qf lino, which .3 cut up into ns many pieces ns thopicturo contains colors, in such n way that each pieco represents nil tho parts which in the original nre of ono color. Separate electrotypes nro mado from each piece, and from these the proper colors nro printed in corresponding onter upon prepared paper. So far tho process is similar to printing chromoa At tho end of this operation, when all the colors havo lccn printed on tno paper, tho picture resembles an ordinary chromolithograph, and like that it is perfectly flat and smooth; tho brush marks tnd roughness of surjaco no ticed in oil paintings are wnnting. In order...

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 June 1882

Imtfnal VOLUME X.-NUMBBU510. STANFORD, KY., F1UDAY, JUNE 30, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 56. Stmt Halli Itifefiif X cmi-?i!lttlilii3nlfnoronriral W . WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Cditar and Proprietor Buttnttt Managtr tlMairil Tiirnittiu ""' I'rlilnU't NU.no IMC It ANNUM, DELONOS DIARY. A Ternbl Tale of Safiering. Tho Navy Department Is in receipt of a report from Kngfnccr Mclvlllo, of tho ill latcd Jeannotto, giving in detail the tory of lih scnrcli for Do Ijong-nuil party nml tlio discovery of their dead Indies. TIio following ex tract, aro from DoLonc's notebook. Unilcr ilato of Monday, Oct. .'I, Do Long writes his party thought thoy saw a hut, lint, upon reaching tlio spot, only n mound. A oauin wni made in a holo in tho lilulf, anil n roaring tiro was soon burning ami drying their clothes, whilo tho cold wind nto into their hacks. Nothing was left to cat but their dog, which was killed und dressed, nnd a stow made of such parts as could not lio cured. All partook of tho stow ex cent Del.o...

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 June 1882

Scini-MccIiltf$nlmor$ournnl si'.A.asrFoiaD, ktt. Friday Morning, - - June 30, 1882 W.P.WALTON, EDITOR Thk Jtorenuo reduction bill, with tfiospecil llcenso lax stricken out, 10 that retail liquor nml beer dealers get no-benefit, passed tho Homo by n foto of 127 to 80, twenty-three dom ocrats voting with tho republicans. As amended tho lull repeals tho tax ou matches, bank checks, capital and deposits and proprietary medicines reduces tobacco liccnso, and reduces tho tax on cigars to four dollars i thousand, and on cigarettes seventy five cents a thousand, thrco pounds cigarettes to tho thousand. Iho total reduction of rovenuo is in tho neigh borhood of 823,000,000. A Wash ington despatch says: A moro humbug bill was never put through, so far ns its purposo is concerned, for it simply cuts down tho rcvenuo without doing anybody tho least- bit of good . who needs to have tho benefits of a reduc tion. It gives tho retail tobacco deal ers n little reduction, which will forco them to redu...

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 June 1882

3 Scnu-Mffhlirgnlcriorlournal ejTAisrnroiaaD, icx. Friday Mornlnp, - - Jnno 30, 1882 L. & N.L OCAL TIME CA1D. rasatngfrtralna North M.. t (0 i M. " Houlh ... .. IMMI LOCALJIOTICCS. lluv Paints of lVnny A MoAllalcr. Fiuaii Illne Lick Water, tt McKolitrl A Slime's. Amman Millet Hrcit $2.36 ,wr liusliel nt A. Owsley's. l)0A71-tcnt (Jnollne nt nt Penny & McAliatrr's. Kt.KVKN i-oundh HiiRnr for $1 nt MoAl inter A llrlgiil'i. Halt, Lime snil Cement constantly on ImnJ a A. Owsley's. I'J.r.XTY of country utile anil liams at McAll.tor A HrlRlit's. . New atoek of Jewelry anil Kllrerwarc at IVnny MoAIIiter's. Hummkh anil Winter Turnip Sect at MollolierlsA KtK8. HoA Watkii Letter than in an ast lessons, at Moltolxrt Vc Hugg's. Watciiw, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired anil warrant! liy l'enny A McAllster. 1'OliK AMcn Fruit Vinegar, best in the world, for rale only lir McAllster A Hrlglit. Yon will find the liest (i-cent nml 'J-for-6 cents cigar in town at l'enny A MoAIU ler. J. II. AH. H.Hii...

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 June 1882

a miMuh"4txm$mm Friday Morning, - - Jnno 30, 1882 THE RIGHT MAN AFTER AIL. Viola had (omul a lover; or nt least John Klliworth wpirctl to tlint dis tinction. Tito years ago, tho paternal Jills worth had given John on his twenty third birthday n ilrcd of n small, good fiirm near his own. John set nfoout making a homo Tor himself, with one of his half dozen sisters to manage it, and went at his farming in carnoat. And the younger female portion thought him rather a desirable object to maneuver for. Perhaps that was ono reason why Viola had been so gracious to him. It was something to secure, without an cflbrt, attentions that all the other girls schemed for. Hut John Ells worth did not realize ner iucri. un dor her calm exterior, bIio dreaded ro rnances of tho most vivid rosepink. Ono Juno night, driving over to seu his lady, John founil her with an un usual "llush on her fair young face. Sho rodo with him accepting his in vitation in a mnttcr-oi-courso way that was dreadfully discour...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 July 1882

eekln Imtefii Imtfiml VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, JULY d, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 57. lemi'H Sfiiu-ttthlijlnltriorloiinral W. P. WALTON, T. H. WALTON, - Editor awl Proprietor - - Butinest Manager Vuhllnhril Turnitini" illtil l'rlthnif KU.no IMfilt ANJVir.M. Anomalies of Mormonhm. Tho upcclnl cnrr(MM)tiilpnt of llio Now York IforW writon from Knit Lnko thnt n Monnon friend ciiiiiiicra tut nt lih request tlio following nnoni nliua tlint lio know of in recent polyg ninom marriages : "A young nml very pretty girl, In 'tlio upper ten' ot Mornioniim, mnrri cil a young rnnu of liorown clan, hut tiiulatcl bofuro marriago Hint lio should marry n iccoutl wife us toon as ho ootild nllord to do so. Against his will tlio lina now kept him to hiinrom iso. "A young couple wcro engaged, Imt hut quarrelled, and tho lover, out of pique, married another Indy. Two yearn later his first love, having ro fmod other oilers m tho meantime, innrrfwl him as lin second wife. "A rnnu having mu...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 July 1882

Stnu-MtfhluSnfcriorSournnl fflTANFOKU, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - - July 4, 1882 . . - - EDITOR W. P. WALTON, OUITEAU DONE. Dir.n of n broken neck, complicated with itrnngulation, In tho District Jail nt Wellington, Friday, Juno 30th, 1852, Clmrlcs Jules Guitenu, ns mis crablo n mixture of human degrcdn lion nnd canting hypocracy ns ever lived to curse tho world. Born ft dead beat, his wholo lifo was n truer exem plification of total depravity than was ever claimed oven by tho most earnest supporters of that doctrine A scab, a soro, both on tho social as well as tho political body, his end could not havo been othcrwiso than In an ignominious death on tho gallows. Just forty-fivo hours less than a year from tho day ho fired his cowardly shot, without warning and without provocation, in tho back of a President, who had been elected by a majority of tho peoplo of tho United States, and who was fast gaining tho confidencb and lovo of tho wholo people, ho expiates that Icuriui criraonttheen...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 July 1882

d ill SniiMffittchlij 3nlcrior3ourn.il ST-A-lTIiTOIRX), 3CJT. Tuesday Morning, July 4, 1882 L A .LOCAL TIMECA1D. Passenger trains North 9 toa. K. " " Hotith .. i H r. m LOCAL NOTICES. IIUY Paint of Penny ft MeAHsler. Mim.ct Heed $l! V .r litmliel at A.Ovra lcr'. Ki.kvhm rotiNi Htijrar for $1 at McAl Inter A IlrlftlitV. flALT, Lime and (Vine nt constantly on hand a A. Owsley's. 1'i.hntv of counlrr nldfi and ham at McAliftter ft IlrlRhtV. fiw flock of Jewelry and Silverware at Penny ft MoAlisterV HUMMr.n and Winter Turnip Keel at MclloLerts ft Hugs'. LoVKHS of flood Tea will find the lieat In the city at Penny MoAllslcrV Watciikk, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny ft McAlister. 1'UliK Atden Fruit Vinegar, bct in the world, fur sale only by McAlister A Hrlglit. Ynir will find the beat fi-cent and 2-for-6-cenln cigar in town at 1'enny ft McAIis ler'. J. II. ftH. II. Hiiank aro receiving and ojK'nlng a nice new lot of Zclgler filioen low cut. Hurt Cantor and Hztra Winter ...

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

. - ; Stnu-SJlfffilfiSnltriorJournal OTAWFORD, KT-X-. Tuesday Mornlm?. - - Jnly 4, 1882 I Lrgtsldtirt Romance. ."It it soMoni, "ay tho Albany Ar wit, "(hat it hill Introduced into tho jVgislnltiro lms within it tho koy of a romnnce, lint aucii a ono it mm iru leiiifxl" by Asscmhlymnii Fnrrnr, of Onomlago, providing that tho mar riaira of Danlol Walrath to Knima A. Sawyer lw declared null and void. Thfi story of tho marringo which is thus sought to lo Betaiido is a strntigo one Mrs. Walrath lived At Chitlo nango, and sho and tho man to whom alio is wedded wero schoolmates and playfellows. As they crew older they kept company with each other to somo extent, nlthouch Mrs. Sawyer oliject- ed to her dauchtcr eeoins much of Walrath. Ono evening ho called up on tho girl when alio was alone, and without any prcamhlo invited her to walk to minister Irwin's homo to ho mnrrimi. Miss Sawyer demurred at first, but, pleated with the romantic aspect of tho allair, at length consent ed, and tho mar...

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. — 7 July 1882

iinfmai VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 58. Stmt - Itaefcli intetiof U cini-Mtchlnlnlcriorlouriral IV. . WALTON, . - Editor nnd Proprietor T. ft. WALTON, . - . BOtinist Manager I'lttillmhrit Ttivtilnu mill I'rlilmi'i NU.ni PJBIt ANNUM. "PRAISE THE LORD," Dayton, Ohio, Jul Ho.!, UW. Mir llnlr- Dayton vtan tlio homo of my lyltool from 9 to 17. In 18110 my father took clinrgo of tlio first I'rcsly tcriuti church, u quaint old strticluro ns I flnt rumomlcr it with a very high pulpit, reached by wind Jng itnirs, a clerk a desk beneath it, wlicro tlio veteran tuno raiser led us in Old Hundred, Dundee, Antloch and other then huhlonahlo luiici,long, i common and jihort metro. A gallery ' around three dido of tlio church, half doubled tho teatinjj cajmcity. It was a favorite resort of tho lwy who had ' (ho privilego of tilting whero they liked, fur they could, frco from obser vation, defend themselves from a long ' or dry icrmon, by curling up an...

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. — 7 July 1882

V Sniu-Mfflilflgntmorlournnl i Friday Morning, - - July 7, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTT TICKET. FonSurmtron Ji'ixiK-MiJ. A. II rticius.nl. Fo ArrsLUTX CunK-CilT. T. J. Hkxry. Vot Ooukty Jdihie R. W. Dxonrif. FoS fifeOHIT ATTtlfBT-I. 11. OiSTRSTltn. Ko Couxtt Glicrk Jan. Dui). For Animi-J. It. IIockir. Fot Jaaits-T. I. Nkwlakd, FOK ColONtR-W. J. DACOIIKRTr. FoCoiTiiim(STAroRorHicciiCT) TotnKRt Martin. SUPERIOR COURT CONVENTION. Ma. A E. Richards Nominated. Promptly nt noon yesterday nil tho delegates that hiul arrived were in their seats in James Hall, Danville, and tho Convention to nominate n democratic caudidato for Superior Judgo seemed about to proceed to the short work before it. But as usual for special trains, the one from Lou isville was an hour or two Into and ns tho delegates from that city were aboard of it, Mr. L. II. Baldwin, Chairman of tho District Committee announced that tho Convention would wait until 2 o'clock before beginning work. At 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. — 7 July 1882

2 S(nu-S3lMhIi3nltrior3ournnl eTajroEroiar), icy. Friday Morning, - - Jnly 7, 1882 L. N. L OCAL TIME CA9D. I'siMPfr trstns North ..-...... 0 (0 A. x. " " Booth . 2(r. w LOCALJWTICES. Hoy Paints of Penny A McAIIater. Mu.t.rr Hecil $233 Mr Imfliel at A Own ley'". Uur.vrs rotlm Sugar for $1 at MoAl Inter A Ilrlght'K, Halt, Lime ami Cement constantly on hand a A. Owsley'. 1'l.KjfTY of country aides ami hams at McAIIater A llrlalilV Nitw slock of Jewelry ami Silverware at l'enny&McAlliterVi. Lovr.iw of flood Tea Hill find tlie lot In the city at Penny A MoAllster's. " Watoiiw, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAIIater. Puiik A Men Fruit Vinegar, beat In the world, for Mia only br McAIIater A llriglit. You will find the best 6-cent and 2-for-(Vcents cigar In town at Penny A McAlls ter'a. J. If, A 8. II. HltANKa are receiving and onlng a nice new lot of Zetgler Hlioes low cut. A FUI.I. line uf California Canned floods, including Apricots, drains, Peam, l'eaches 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. — 7 July 1882

Y Stmi-Mcffifn 3ii(trrorournal Friday Moral-, - - July 7, 1882 A RAMBLER NOTES. (Eilr.rla from Coimiiunleatlonof Tin. 3. 8. For Ul In Zsneitltle, (O ) IMrttM FlaWw of Jn IT, ISM WkhIiIit a lire ihll seconil Sabbath of May, Irf the Southern pitt of Kentucky .Around in t many tra-elers whose vri ti'inftrru Iiti drawn lliem lo Pulaski county, Ky. Quite n number of Northern men are Mtlleil nroiiml Somerset. Tliey are wel Mined liy the people, anil In no sense are they excluded lieoture tliey are from llie North, They find llietr places accordicu . o their sorlal worth. All are permitted to role and think a they please. No people could ho freer and more liberal In politic than here. Tliey frilly expect lo find the majority of Northern men of the kind they encourage lo settle among them, lteptibli can in sentiment. Hut if the man who seeks a home amone them, show alens of being educated and refined, the different neiehhorhooda vie with each other in se- curing the man to settle among them...

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. — 11 July 1882

lunfiuri VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBERS. Sf tit - n III jptefwf Stini-ttthli) nltriorloumal W. P. T. R. WALTON, WALTON, Editor and Proprietor - Business Manager t'lltillflirit niemlnu nutf MVtitnw HVI.no I'lllt ANNUM. DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNT T TICKET. rn Herman Jurr-J!i. A. It IliciuM. hi ArrgtutuCtiKK-Cirr, T. J. IlKinr, I"b UooxTr Juix- B. W. timmK. Koi OnButr Art'Nr-I. II. (UirMtm, lo Cbinirr Clkhk Jenx Um. Kor Aentseoav-J. II. IImkkx. l'o Jiilik-T. I . Nxwlanii. FoaCciaoxKn W. J. DAUfiiiKHrr, KoCOXITilH.(8riMlRDrM'l!in) TttLRkkT Marti. Where the House-Fit Breeds. Krcry housekeeper wonders whero and how tho increasing swarms of pcsUi multiply eo rapidly. Tho eggs, mero whitish spooks to tho unaided eye, aro laid in littlo aggluti nated pilfri in warm nmiiuro or in do composing vegetation, especially that about our utables and barn-yards. From 80 to 100 aro hud at a timo, and probably at threo or lour dllloront iu tervals by 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. — 11 July 1882

Stnti-SMttlilirJfnltriorSournal ST-Ajsripoiar), icy. Tuesday Morning, July 11, 1882 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR In political, as well as in love affairs, many a fellow lias found to his sorrow that it Is best not to write letters, un less they 1)0 non committal ones. Elev en years ago tho Hon. W. 13. Russell was a roarine Hourbon ilornocrat of tho strongest proclivities. So ultra was ho that ho denounced the 14th amendment "as n product of force and fraud which should be gotten rid of in a lawful way," and promised if elected to thewLcgisinturo to which he was then aspiring, that ho would uso every effort to keep the laws of ken tuckv as they were In regard to the negro. Tho question seems to havo been agitated as to whether negroes and other republicans should voto at tho primary election approaching. Mr. Kusscll, in his card which was published in tho Lebanon Standard, strongly objected to them being allow ed to vote nnd said: "I would rather ho defeated by negro and radical votes than, ...

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. — 11 July 1882

r Stmi-Mctftlulnltriorlournnl fflO'A.asraroirir), icy. Tnosday Morning, July II, 1882 L & N. L OCAL TIME LAID. I'MMiipr (Mini North ., , 9 10 i. M. . 2 t P. M LOCAL HOTICCS. Iluv Paint of Penny A MoAllsttr. Mll.t.rr Heed $2 'if ixt Imsliel t A.Ows Icy'. Hf.KVKN rotwiw. Hugar for $ I at MoAI ister A llrlRhl'. Haijt, I.tme nil Cement eonstnntly on hand A. Uwaley'. New stockof Jewelry anil HlNerwaro at Penny A McAllster'. Ijvkiw of flood Ten will find Hie best tn tlie city ill Penny A McAIIaterV. Watciikh, Clock mil Jewelry repaired unit warranted by Penny A McAllster. WAKTrii. Country Imeon, highest nm ketir!celncaiihald. MoAIUter A UrlgJit. PuiiK Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the world, for sale only by McAllster A Ilrhrlit. YotT will find the but fi-cent and 2-for-6 cent! cigar in town at 1'enny A McAlls ter'. J. II. A H. II. Hiiank are receiving and oenlng a nice new lot of Zelgler Shoe low cut. "A roi.1. lino of Ctllfornla Canneil floods, Including Apricot. (lre, Pears, I'caoli...

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. — 11 July 1882

tm-M rchfjv liiimorlonnd STMiTFOIlX), 3C3T. Tuesday Morning, - - July 11, 1882 1 Just Like a Woman. First Probably thomoat tibfruslcri young gcntlcmiin in Now York is ono coniiectcd Willi n largo ury gown store This is why. Second Homo lime ngo tho wife of n prominent politician an cstiniaulo lady, and naturally a great stickler for faslifon, especially m she began life at a hotel, but not as n guest mado up her mind to purchoso a cam el's hair shawl of the first water. Third Accordingly sho prepared for a shopping campaign, and invited n young gentleman, who know tho ropes, to accompany her. Fourth This young gentleman went to a friend in the shawl-lino and said unto him. "I'm going to bring Mrs. hero tomorrow to buy a camel's hair shawl. She wont think it a cowl one unless it costs her a good deal of money. You under stand I" , Fifth The salesman said bo did, and went to tho head of his firm, and said: "There's a lady coming" hereto buy a camel's hair shawl to-morrow, and I think ...

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. — 14 July 1882

imfefii XanftiaL VOLUME X.-NUMI3ER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER GO. petit - Weeklii f. fi.J St nu-Mtchln n(t rioroiirnaI W. P. WALTON, -T. R. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor Business Manager fiiblfnircl 'iiietttiu nmr l'riitini' H'J.fiO PISli ANZVUar. DEMOCRATIC STATE AND COUNTX TICKET, Kor Hnri.nio JtwinR- MJ. A. II IticiMftM, ( AtrKitAtuCLMic-OirT. T. J. IIkkbt. Va ODUxrr Jumk- K. W. IIkswk. o oiuntr Athirnkt I. It. Gainiiitrii. V Couhtt ULr John llult, Ron Amw-J. II, III KH. I'o JilLmi-T. I). NifI.Ht. FbStRVRIOR-l. It. llOTif. Ko0io-W. J. DitMinnr, roCbiTAiitieO(TirimrRBnieT)-Ti.KiiT Martin. "PRAISE THE LORD." lUrron, Olito, July Ulli, 18S-J Ikmr Ihlrrier A walk in nlrnntt any nrt of tlio Dayton 1 know Jfi yours ago wottricH mo, in this strange way. I havo tu keep on inch n strain, replac ing tlio things I fee, with the tilings I saw nearly hall n century ago, anil which I do not soo now, Mint son so of exhaustion ensue after n while, us if I hail Ie...

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. — 14 July 1882

5nni-MtfIiIii3nlcriorourMl STjMsTI'OiaiD, ICX". Friday Moraine. - - July 14, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tiik war-cloud that hat hung over J-'gypt for months hroko in fury Tuce ciny'inorning, when the lwmbanlmcnt of Alexandria commenced, The Kho dive had previously tent his family to his country placo, and nil the Europe- nns had quitted tlio city. Tho English men-of-war cngHgotl wcro Infiexible, Temerairc, Penelope, Superb, Bultan, Invincible, Alexandria and Monarch. Tho bombardment was kept up for twelve hour tho first day, and tho re suit was decidedly discouraging to the Egyptians. Twclvo officers and men landed from tho Inflexible under cover of tho firo of the Condor and Bittern, and destroyed ono of their forts with dynamite. Tho British loss is fivo killed and twcnly-scvcn wounded. Tho fortifications of tho city aro said to bo very imperfect owing to its situ ation, and unless other powers come to tho assistance of tho Egyptians, tho siege must Ie short, sharp and decisive. Th...

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