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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 September 1882

! ft 5 Scnu-Mtfhfelnltriorlournal ST.DfcTOJ'Oiar), K3T. Tuesday Moralnpr, - Soptembor 5, 1882 L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1'iiMiiftr trslns Noith...,. " " Booth...... . 0 10 A. M. . 2 r. m LOCAL NOTICCS. Uuy Paint of IVnny A MeAllstcr. ftl.KVKN roumn Hnenr for $1 at MoAl Ister A HrlRlilV. King nil atntinR Jtmt rcccireil at Mc Huberts A Sliuu'i. Nr.w stock of Jewelry and Hilrtrwaro at fenny a .MCAlliler's, lleautlful llnctt of latest Ikjx stationer, t .Mclloberts A KImkk Khuit Jaiw tn anjr style, ami at your price at MoAllster A Ilrlghls. IOvr.iM of (lool Tea will find the host In the city at Penny A MeAllsler'a. Watciiw", Clocks and Jewelrr repaired and warranted j Penny A MeAllstcr. l'"Al.l, lot of Zclgler'a Shoe juit rrctir- M ami forMlealJ.il, AH. II. bliankt. Wanted. Country bacon, highest mar ket price in cash paid. McAliater&IIrlKht, 1'unr. Allien Fruit Vim-gar, best In the world, for mIo only by MeAllstcr Ilrlirht. You will find the bent fi-cent and 2-for firenta cigar In to...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 5 September 1882

i-Jg Jl. !,.. i m WMJS-Jia m fir -,.. AklC f ; 4 ' F .;- "liV ; h ' ? I r H I' 4 Stmi-tccli3ncrioroml QTjVlTFOiai?, ICY. Tuesday Mernlof, - Septembers, 1882 j 'CM Life in India. . On tlio clay of her marringo alio Is puTitl n palanquin, shut up tight, and carried' to her husband's house Hith erto sho has been tho spoiled pet of her mother; now she is to bo tho littlo slvo of her mother-in-law, upon whom tho is to wait, whose commands alio is implicitly to obey, nnd who tcachei her whatsho is to do to plcaso her husband; what dishes ho likes best and how to cook them. If the moth cr-in-laV is kind sho will let tho girl go homo occasionally to see her moth er. Qf her husband sho sees littlo or nothing. Sho is of no more account to him than a little cat or dog would bo. There is seldom or never any lovo between them, and, no matter how cruelly sho may bo treated, sho can never complain to her husband of anything his mother may do, for bo would never tako his wifo's part. Her husband se...

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. — 8 September 1882

i mi - WuU ntefio VOLUME X.-NUMI3E11 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 7G. ImtftiaL : (Nsak1 h tt tnu-Mftltliinlcriorloiiriml W. P, WALTON, Editor and Proprietor T. R. WALTON, .... Bu tinea Manager I'llbl Illicit Titnttnv il(f JYIilrtlM, ttu.no ij3ii A.NiviJr. Tht Da Approach That tlio peoplo nro nil wailing for. Belli llrotlicrs' fix enormous railroad shows coming in a low tlaya. Tho big consolidation, which tho Belli IJroth cr havcclTcctcd of their various nmuso mont enterprises, nml which requires six colossal tcuts and thrca rings in which to exhibit its numberless great features and navel attractions, comes to Stanford, Friday, September 22. Its straight-forward and emphatic stylo of advertising, tho splendid reputation which prccodos it, and the high char acter of tho credentials it offers have operated to run Its stock way above par in tho public estimation and ovo rvltody seems to boliovo its promises and is bound to see its wonders. By massing...

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. — 8 September 1882

pisr" eases M' ' tin " fttnlv1 E. BwAVSTF JSL I" i to i . -I IV h '1 '. r V ' 1 Mm tmt-MffIil0cllcnor3oiinmI Friday Morning - Septembor8,1882 WALTON, EDITOR Tub Now York Sim devotes wbolo page to inform voters in each Congressional district how their mom hers either dodged or voted on tlio River and Harbor steal and on the Monitor job engineered by Roach and Robeson. Of Hon. P. B. Thompson Jr., it says : "Not recorded on tho River and Harbor steal. Voted against Robeson's Monitor steal thro' out." Of John D. "Whito it says: "A disgrace to Kentucky Republi cans. Voted for tho River and Har bor steal throughout. Is non compos on ono point. Don't adapt means to to his ends. After getting in a steal for a mountain tributary, ho found that tho bill did not provido 'for the title to tho land on which dams and canals wero to bo made. Tried four times to get in nu amendment after tho bill passed, but Cox and Holman killed it by their objections. Dodged Holman'a amendment to tho Monitor job,...

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. — 8 September 1882

3. f fi- 1' ft ti fc Sii-88tttlilii3nltriirital Qa?W.DtT2TiOiaZ),fccYF 'Friday Mgblng, - September 8, 1882 L 4 H. 10CALTIME CARD. '' '" Boutb . ..r.M J Mm LOCAL NOTICCS. IJuV I'AlNpi of l'tnny rt McAlister. Kr.r.vr.M rou.tM HiiRar for $l at McAl Isle r A Ilriglit's. Fine oil paintings, Just rcccired at Jlfi' Robert A Rugan, Nr.w stock of Jewelry ami Hllvriware at . j wve,iyjB.eaea gre Ikaullful linen ol latrst Iwi stationery, at Mcltoixrt A SHirr'o. 1'llUlT Jaiw in anr slrlc nml at Tour price al MoAHtT?r.alwiiM.ji , livrut ol Uool Tea will linu llic Deal In the cltj at TenrTy A McAllslerV Watch m, Clock and Jewelry repaired ami warranto! by l'enny A McAlister. l'AI.U lot of ZeicUr'a hlioeajitit rettlr fil and tomato at JH. AHIU rjlfenk. ,AiiTr.i,-SOouiitry1lcon,jilKi7nt'jnr kel price in cash paid, .Mc A lister ft Hriglii. l'UHR Allien Fruit Vinegar, beet In tlie world, for rate only hj McA lister & Hrlglit. You will find tlio bent 0-cent and 2-for-f cenli) clear in town at l'enn...

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. — 8 September 1882

"yr n i LJi x: Smm Sa?JV.3STS,ORXJ, 3C"3T. Friday Morning, - September 8, 1882 Flirting bj the Sea. ,. Toothplcktocs was putting in hti first season at tlio seashore, and Miss Workom was tho first to cnpturo him. Ho was on his last week and glorying in tho splendid u;o ho had rnado of his time "I slmll propoao to her to night after tho hop," he said to him y self as ho struggled into his dress trousers. "It's been deuced expens ive, hut tho gamo is worth tho pow tier. Her dad is worth half a million if he's worth a cent," and Toothpick toes sauntered gnyly forth to tho hop. After tho dancing ho managed to get his mash into n quiet corner, and at1 nhce opened firo. "This looks liko tho end of tho racket," thought Miss Workem, in stinctively taking in tho situation. "Well, tho littlo idiot has only ono ' moro week, and ho's getting to bo a boro any way." Then sho slowly withdrew her hand irom tho grasp of her victim, and commenced lightly humming a waltz. '"Only so'ven moro days of bl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 September 1882

)i iMflWi 4rlr VOLUME X.--NTJMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 77. tmhMuWm Meftof Zr V- I -v w u " Scini-Mtclilnlnltriorlouriml ditor and Proprietor Bu tines t Manager r. . Houroy, . PuMtnhrtt Titmtliiu nml 1'rlitilV't M 5 Shot. Sells Hroa. ushered in their day in Kansas City, yesterday, by a gorgeous street pnmdo, in which several fino hands, beautiful women, trained hones, elephants, camels, cages of living li ons nnd many other interesting and novel features wero introduced. As tho long lino of costly chariots and wagons wended their way through somo oi tho principal streets vast crowds assembled to gazo upon tho truly wonderful tpcctaclo, and it was universally conceded to lo tho finest street parada ever made by a circus In this city. Having seen tho parada tho spectators wero naturally desirous to gazo upon tho living wonders of tho animal kingdom, hid from public view in tho closo cages, and also to lchold tho startling feat of tho arena. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 September 1882

Stinr-ttcfiljilnftriorloiiriml Tuesday Morning, September 12, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Br tho work of n lot of political jftckfteses, it logins to look liko Ken tucky is to havo threo, posaibly five republicans in her next delegation to Congress. In tlio history of appor tionment thero has never been known a moro stupid lot than composed that committco in tho last legislature. Had they let tho districts remain as thoy were, so that tho extra Congcssman could havo been elected from the Stateat-large, wo would have been euro of ten representatives nt least, whereas thero is nothing now sure over six. Reports from Colonel Wol ford's district are not encouraging. At best it is very close, nnd when we consider that Capt. Carr, backed by any amount of Hubbell's "voluntary contribution fund," and tho old war horse without a cent, tho situation is easy to imagine. In several of the other districts tho most unseemly wrangles havo occurred between the friends of the various aspirants, there ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 September 1882

J V tnu-Mfc!ilnnltrioronmn! ST.A.isriiroiarD, ky. Tuesday Morning, Soptombor 12, 1882 L & N. I0CAL TIME CARD. 1'MMHfff trtlni North.., " " Hoath. , t 10 A.M. . 2 t P. M LOCAL NOTICES. Hamilton Steel I'lown at A. Oa-slej'. Iuv I'aint of Penny A McAIIster. Ki.kvrn rooNirt Sugar for $1 at MoAl liter A IlrlgMV. Fine oil iialnllnx JiMt rccciTnl at Mc Itolxrti A HIkk'. Nr.w slock of Jewelry ami Hilrrrwnro at rennjr tv .McAliitcr's. lleaiilifiil line ol laical Itoz stationer, at .Mcltoliert HtRR'n. School books ami school supplier In gen erl at MclloberU A BUrk's. Fiiuit Jaim In any style nnd at your rlce at McAlitttr A llrlght. IOVriw of flood Tea will find the best In llie city at Penny A McAllatcr'. Watchm, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAIIster. Fam. lot of clulcr'a Shoe just retclr nl and for rale at J. II. AH. If. Hliankt. Wahteii. Country luron. highest mar ket rlre In cash paid. McAliMrr Alltiglit. Pohk Allien Fruit Vinegar, lt In the world, fur mIo only ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 September 1882

V Stmr-83twIiIii3nf(nor3ournaI Tuesday Morning, Soptcmbor 12, 1882 Tht Sentiments of Suicides. Dr. Do Boianinnt, nn eminent French physician, has devoted himself to psychological studies, and hns col lected n perfect museum of letters written by persons committing sui cide, in their Inst moments. Tho fol lowing extracts from his storo of let ters show that persons may destroy themselves without manifesting any show of aberration of intellect; that they accomplish the act coolly, calm ly, deliberately, and in n rational manner: "After working hard for fifty years and having saved nothing being old, decrepit and destitute, yet unwilling to enter thoso boxes which they call asylums for tho aged' wo prefer to dio.'It is tho advice which Montaigue gives on such an occasion, and tho practice followed by Atticus rich, but old and suffering. There is not a shadow of folly in our resolve." "They say it is no proof of cour age to kill oneself; that it is madness. Very well; I, being within a ...

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. — 15 September 1882

iubftif Imtfiuu. VOLUME X.-NUMI3ER 510. STANJTOltD, KY., FKTDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 78. Semi - Hal to tiiu-Silltchliilnltnorlouriutl W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor ami Proprietor T. R. WALTON, - . . - Business Manager 'iilllnlieil Tiirmtiw ami J'rlititu, H'J.fJO PJSIl ANNUM. Tho roll of Being Swindled. Tlicro Unn ontlro class of con fitlcnco games thnt apncalj not nxnctly to our ilMioiicsly hut to our nvnrico ; to our dcslro to mako inouoy faster tlinn hy tho ordinary "slow-coach" ways to mako money going nlittlo out of our regular lino of huiinoM, hy agencies of sorao kind, iustcad of farming. For examplo, about half tho farms in n certain township in Ohio wcro sold under mortgngo n fow years ago, and society and tho church wcro convutaal and almost disrupted, as iollowa : A fino, ministerial-looking gcntloman camo to town and lectured on temper anco. Ho was n good talker, and won tho hcarU of tho good, religious, temperance- pcoplo in that rich and moral farming tow...

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. — 15 September 1882

Scmi-SStwIilfiJnicnorlounial Friday Morning, September 15, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR JIf.fkriuno to tlio fact that 1'npt. Ton? Henry in a speech at Hazel Grew, !'kBowlo(lRCl in a happy and appropriate stylo tho services render cdhlm j Judgo Owsloy during his canvass," tho Covington CommomccaWt in tho innocence of its grand young soul remarks : "Had Capt. Henry no word in recognition of tho services of Col. Thos. L. Jones in his behalf? Wo heard of Judgo Owsley making two or throe speeches in tho lato cam paign(chielly for himself, incidentally for Henry, while Col. Jones traversed a good' part of tho State and made thirty or forty speeches for Captain Henry." Making thirty or forty speeefceaior Henry is good. Why, theory. idea of Jones making speech es for Henry was taken as a joke and in fmany places, notably Louisville and Winchester, the people turned tho joke on him by resolutely remain ing avray ' and allowing him if he opoko" at all "for Henry" to do bo to empty benches. No, n...

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. — 15 September 1882

mHmm H 4 k 1 i .Jtt,- 4 '51 5cnu-MtfIi!onlcriorionrniil STA3ST3TOIir, 3C-X-. Friday Morning Septombor 15, 1882 -. & N. tOCAL TIME CARD. I'sittngrr tralhi North.., " " Hoath ,... S 10 A. M. Hlr.K LOCAL NOTICES. HuV Paints of IVnnr ft McAlInler. Ilimllton Steel Plow t A. OirsltjrV Fine oil iiMntlng jul reccivt'l at Me ltolxrt" . KIhrr'h. Nkw stock of Jewelry and Hllmware il Penny A McAlliterV I!autirul llnee ol latest box stationery, at Mcltolwrb h StagR'a. Bchool books ami school supplies tn Ren eral at MellolxrU A 81kk'. Lovkiu o( Clood Tea will find tlio licst In the city at l'enny A McAHsterY Watoiieh, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. 1'ai.i. lot of Zelgler'a Hlioc Juit recelr nt and for Mle at J, I. A 8. 1 1 . Hliankt. Wanted. Country bacon, highest mar' ket price Tn cash paid. McA lister A Ilrlght. Vunr. Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the world, for aale only by McAllster A Ilrlnhi. You will find Hie best ricnt and 2-for-6-ce nta cigar In town at...

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. — 15 September 1882

I tini-MtcIilii nf crtorJIournal SX-A-XTFOIRD, KIT. Friday Morning, Soptember 15, 1882 What tho Gnat Southern Editor Sat ef Sellt Brothirs' Short. Wo are not nccnstomeil to look to tho cditora-in chief of great .newspa per, or upon tho gravo and weighty political pago which they exclusively edit, for amusement criticisms, and certainly the wildest aspirations of tho boldest manager never would havo be trayed him into seeking for such re cognition from such a sourco in tho Louisville Courier-Journal, and, least of all, from tho influential pen of its great editor. But when it comes to n really good circus, lion. Henry Wat Icrson, liko tho rest of us, is very hu man, and we like him the better and respect him tho moro that he is so, and hot ashamed to acknowlcdgo in a hearty and manly way, while, nioro over?gencrous enough to extend the encouragement of his influential per sonal recognition to genuine merit iu tho arena, as elsewhere. Ho visited Sells Brothers' Shows at Louisville las...

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. — 19 September 1882

Halt nfefiif jMfiiaL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 79. fiemt" Jg jSniutcchfolnlcriorouriml IV. P. WALTON, T. H. WALTON, - Editor nnd Proprietor - Business Manager I'nlilliliril Tursilutm Mini Irlitav, Hil.no IJ3ll A.NNITM. ( Shameful failure of Justice. Tho result of tho atnr roulo trinl In a scandalous fitiluro of jtutico woll calculated to nrouso popular indlgna lion everywhere Thnt tlio pnlilla treasury has 1con rot'iucd In tlio most shameful manner, that It wan rohlxxl foryenrs ami of untold turns of mon ey by n ring of plundcrors, Is n nolo' riona tact. If tho men who havo just lccu trleil for theso frauds nro not guilty nobody is guilty. If thoy aro not to Iw punished nobody can 1ms. punished? Hut tho evidence against them is overwhelming. For two months tho prosecution piled proofn upon proofs of their guilt. Against this mass of ovidenco tho jolliers mado virtually no reply from tho witness stand. For tho sako of nppcaran...

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 September 1882

Stmi-Mctl!jjii(crioroiirKiiI STANFOBD, ICY. Taesday Morning, September 19, 1882 Vf. P. WALTON, EDITOR tTHKjfctv York Sim which is pro sumed to speak nuthoritatlrcly snys of Mr.lTiMen'. "He hng withdrawn frsractiro puttuiU, whether political or other; ho is not a candidate or n maker of candidates; thcro is no place for which ho would cither accept a nomication himself or dictato a nom ination for any other man; there is no oflico which ho desires or would consent to receive; and, though ho is us firmly devoted to democratic truths as ever, he docs not entertain any wish '16 shape the policy or to pre scribo the standard bearers of the party to whose success a largo part of his life has been dovotcd. Henco foiriUiriWtetercst in politics k that of a iTtfient ad philosopher, who views iromthe repose of hk library and his garden the stirring cob teat in which he was formerly wont to frame tho is sues, to head tho onset, and to cheer tiio-combatants." Tho paper also nddsthat it is too so...

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 September 1882

2 tnu-tc(ltliiiileriorouriwl f-. . Tneoday Morninff, Soptomlior 10, 1882 L. & N. IOCAL TIME CARD. I'amnrsr trains North.., , 9 10 A.M. . 2 l P. M " Month., LOCAL NOTICES. IlUY 1'ainth of I'enny ft McAllsler. Hamilton Hloel Plows (it A. OwslfjV 11 ne nil minting Just rrrcirtil at Mc llolicrU A HIirrV New flock of Jewelry ami Silverware at Penny A McAIMer'a. lleaiillful Hum ol latest lox stationery, at Mollolwrls A Blags'. School hook ami school supplies In gen rril at Mclloliert ft 8taeR'. Loveim of OooI Tea will find tlio best in the city at I'enny ft McAIlster'. Watoiiis, Clock am! Jewelrr repaired and warranto! by I'enny ft McAllister. Kai.i. lot of Zelgler' filioca just rccely el ami for sale at J. 1 1, ft H. II. Hhankr. Wanthi. Country bacon, highest mar ket price In cuh paid, McAUaler&llrlght. l'UHK Allien I'm It Vinegar, bent in the world, for Kale only by McAIlster ft Ilrlghl. You will find the bent ft-cent and 2-for-6-cenla cigar In town at Penny ft McAlIa ter's. do ...

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 September 1882

Stnu-Mcclili? nltrioroMrttnI Tuesday Morning, Soptcrabor 10, 1882 How Oirlt Many. Nearly every girl geU married lomo time or other. That is what alio ex lata for. Half of her early life la apentia fixfug the pointa of tlio wed ilingaad tlio young man in tho caeo is offbut'' secondary importance. After tho girl haa decided that aho will some timo lo married, and haa poked fun at the wedding of every other girl ehe over knew, and haa informed every hodj just how aho will havo matters arranged when her turn comes, aho 11 ready lor the young man to appear. She haa a variety of taatca, too, and there la no accounting for aorae of them. Now and then aho is apparent ly content to go to church and havo a minister tie tho knot. But a proceed ing like that is too tame by half, and frequently aho goes up in balloons, or down into caves, or ascends high mountains or gets married by tele graph. Sometimes, however, she isn't allowed to'get married in juat tho way aho wants. Then she runs awny. Do...

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. — 22 September 1882

Wukh fntefio ittfmiL 1; a VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 80. Stun cnu-MttliliTlnlcriorloimml If. P. WALTON, . T. R. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butinett Manager I'ulilUliril Ttirmtnv ''' 'VMiiif, H'J.flO 1M3II ANNlUIi Cmmett 0, Logan Ono of tlio leading lights In tho nowapnper profession to lay fi Km tnott OjiJiOgnn, niaiingiiig cUtnr of tho Louisvillo Courier-Journal, The career of thin mode younjrjournnliat comincncoil soino ton yean ngo, when ho started at tho littlo town of Hhclliy villo, Ivy., tho Counmt, n local anil literary weekly of very high order. Ho had then juat como out ol Well ington nnd Leo Univcrilty, Vn., wMro ho stood fairly both its a claulo al ami literary scholar. Viit hU chief distinction thero was won by his won derful fluency as a speaker. At tho middle of his first session ho was chos en as ono of tho society orators, and electrified his largo and critical audi ence by an oration on Lord Byron. From that ...

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. — 22 September 1882

tini-Mtcl4i$n(crior3oHriraI ST-A-IiTIFOIir), ICY. Friday Morning, September 22, 1882 WiP. WALTON, EDITOR ytvOuK gallant young representative iiaJCongroM, Hon. P. B. Thompson, .Tr.,ifca ,for tlio third time by tlio jtkmqcrHoy of this district been mado its atnmlard-bcarer. No man of his age in Kentucky lias bcon ao compli mented and nono has so well earned his laurels. He has dono splendid icrvico (or his party and for his dis trict in Congress nod on all questions looking to tlio enriching ol (ho few nt tho expense of tlio many, has always beep .found at tho front advocating equal rights for all and cxclusivo priv ileges fur nono. His ability has been recognixed and ho not only commands tho respect, but tho attention of the Ifaietnbera of Googress, without regard Upsutyjifii!iatkn. The feet that ho was tnai? Secretary of the National Congressional Committee k sufficient assurance of how well ho stands with his own party. The equal, if not tho Superior of W. O. Bradley, Esq., in ' ev...

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