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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 September 1882

J I I iL- 4 Stini-fflttltli?nlerior3(ournnI QTAasraroiiD, icy. Friday Morning, September 22, 1882 LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. 1'asse tiger trains Norlh 1 mtnin MHitmlii . 10 A.M. " " Bout-.., LOCALNOTICES. IlUY Paints of Penny A McAltster. Hiinlllon Hirel Plows, at A.OwsleyV Fine oil painting nl receiTnl it Mc IlolxrU ft HttgK'n. Kr.vr slock of Jewelry and Hllrerware at Penny A McAlhter V. lleaiillful UnM ol latest lo x stationery, t .Mcllolwrla A HIpr'. School hooka nnil school supplies In j;tn eral at Mcllol-erU A BliguV IOVKIM of (loocl Ten will find the boat In the cltj at Penny A McAHsler'a. Watch rn, Clock and Jewelry rcnalrcil ami warranted by Penny A McAllater. FAI.t lot of Zelglrr'a Klioe Just recti e.l ami for Mieal J. H.A8. II. Hlianki. YoiT will Unit the beii recent ami li-for-Ij cents cigar In town at Penny A McAlia lerV. do to A. Owsley' for the Ktntuckr drain Drill, the only reliable DraR Drill In the market. J. II. A H. uTflllANK are recelrlnR ami opening a fine line of fa...

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. — 22 September 1882

2 I Stini-Mtthlnjnlcrtorjouriwl STIiTOiaD, ICY. Friday Morning, September 22, 1882 OOM r M S HOUSKEPIM. "Thoy nro coming, Viney!" Miis Nancy Crowfoot tucked her ball 6f blue yarn Into her apron pocket, and, shading her oyea with ono hand looked down tho lane, - jwhero tall mulberry trees throw their long shadows on tho velvet grass. 'Coming, Miss Nancy!" echoed n sweet voice. And pretty Viney Mavis hastily ! shoved a gooseberry pio into tho oven, and came out on the back porch, with its drapery of pink and violet-cupped morning-glory yines. She, too, gazed eagerly down the , lane.'aml soon tho sapphire-blue eyes sparkled and the pink-tinted checks broke into dimpling smiles. "It's them;" she cried. "I could tell I old Dannie's jog-trot a milo away." Vinev had been up sinco peep of day, when tho first touch of pink blushed in the Eastern sky, and when tho thrush and tho cat-bird wero trilling their earliest morning pcans. Sho had milked tho sleepy-looking cows, their dew-laps still w...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 September 1882

ateliif foitfii&L VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 81. Se tit - Wukm M Snni-Mcclilii 3iilcriorounwI W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor - Business Manager ViihltnUrii Tuentlttv Mini iVil, H'J.riO 1U3II A.NNIJM. Room in Htattn, Hho was a Ilttlo old womnn, very plainly dressed In black borabazino tlint had seen careful wear, nml her bon net was very old fashioned and pcoplo tared at her tottering up llio lalo of the grand church, evidently bent on so curing ono of tlio licst acal,'for a great man preached on that day, and tlio housn waa filled with splendidly-dressed pooplo who had heard of tlio famo of tho preacher, of hia learning, bis in tcllccl and goodness, and they won dored at tho prcatimption of tho poor old woman. Sho must havo been in her dotaco, for alio pickod out tho pew of tho richcat and proudest member of tho church and took a acat. Tho thrco ladica who wcro seated thero licckoncd to tho sexton, who...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 September 1882

i. Stmi-S(tfcflit3nlcnorouriml sTAisroiax), icy. Tuesday Morning, Septomber 20, 1882 VI, P. WALTON, EDITOR The Now York press comment as follows on tho Democratic nomina tion: "The Sjrracuso nomination shows tho hand of Tiklen." Tho Truth. Tho Star, Tammany organ, expresses satisfaction at tho nomina tion, and says Clovcland will get GO, 000 majority in Now York city, and lfi.OOO in Kings cjunty. "The do mand fur reform, and tho general be lief of tho convention that Cleveland was fit to meet that demand, secured his nomination." Tho World: "Tho nomination of Cleveland means hard work for the republicans, and thero must Iro a united republican party to face it." Tho Tribune. "Tho result ' involves a surprising display ot sagac- ' ity on tho part of the democrats. Tho nomination of Clovcland is likely to 'provo ono of exceptional strength aud popularity. Ho will bo a hard man to beat." Tho Times. Tho Cincin nati Commercial says: "Wo do not believo tho Secrelary of tho Treasury will b...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 September 1882

3 t 5tini-MttIilii3nlcriorourn;iI STANTOBD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, Septombor 20, 1882 L. A N. IOCAL TIME CARD, i'iiMr(rr Iralna North.. " " 8oulh.w ....... 0 10 i. M. LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv 1'aints of Penny A McAllsler. Hamilton Hirel l'lowa at A. Owsley's. Kln oil imlntttiKi just received at Mc ItoWrU AcHtKft'. Nr.w Mock of Jewelry and Hllrtrware at Penny A McAliiter'. Ilfaiillful line nl latent lox stationery, at Mcllolwrt A Hlagg'. Hchool book i anil school "iipnllc In gen eral at McltoberU A RIkk'. Lovkiw of (lood Tea will find the brut In the city at Penny A McAIIster'. Watciiw, Clock anil Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllsler. P all lot of elsler'a fihoe juil rettlr cd and foroaleatJ.lI.AH.il. Hliankt. You will find the bent 5-cent and 2-for-Gcenl cigar in town at Penny A McAlls ler'. do to A. Outlet's for the Kentuck drain Drill, the only reliable Drag Drill In the market. J. 11. A H. II. HllANK are rrcelflnR and ojtenlnK a fine line of fall and winter good. Call an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 26 September 1882

' I k I! ! K i I Sfinr-adttcliI3'nt)roiirnitI BT.A.IfcTFOiaXD, ICY. Taesilay Horning, Scptembor 26, 1882 nnTH-ttny rnn lkapsm. bt imtrnwt roLunD, I lock a volnroe, old and worn, from uf the library eholf one day. The eorera were defrtl ud torn, And many a leaf had gout aelray. I tamed the pagce alowly o'er la tearchof tarn forfotlen trnlh, ramlllar In the day of yore Aa were Ihe echool booka cf my youth. Tha mildewed leave, the faded print, Seemed quite Inanimate end cold. At If they ne'er had beta the mint From which t garnered preclona gold Be doll and oolorleaa Die page, I tarned and turned, In hope to find Somelblnf tint would reetare to age The f reahncu of tht youthful mind, Aa el, Indeed, might I eeeay V V Hope'a early ililout to renew, Orglvenntoadradbonqnet i It former fragrance and Ita dew. I cloned Uie volume with a elgh, Aa If It were Joy'a entrance door- A lift of color e aught my eye Juat aa it flattered to the floor. 3 I Twae bnt a maple leaf, all blotched With gold 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. — 29 September 1882

Imtftial VOLUME X.-NUMBER510 STANFORD, KYM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 82. gemi " mukm mlttwt ..it. Stint-Mcchlii nltriorournaI W. P. WALTON, - - Cditor and Proprietor T, R. WALTON, .... Butlnttt Manager I'lililltliril Tiirmlnun itnl J'rliliiV', Hu.no imuu NNtrar. A Noble Ottering. Tho superintendent of ono of tlio street car railways leading out of Now York Into tho country, told a touch' lug story to n friend tho other day, which found fU way Inton city paper. Sitting alono in his office ono day, a strango gentleman entered, wlio proved to ho an officer in tho army. Ho carried n littlo 1kx in Ida liaud. After somo hesitation, ho said, con quering groat agitation, "I have a favor to ask of you. I had a littlo loy, mid l'vo liwt him. Ho was all tho world to mo. When ho was alivo my wife used to search my pockets every night, and whatever looso change sho found, sho would put it away lor tho baby. Well, he's gone. Hero is tho box . Wo talked tho matter over and camo ...

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. — 29 September 1882

r Stini-Mttlilitlnlcnorloumal STAajroiar), icy. Friday Morning, Soptomber 29, 1882 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR Bmtlhy't Death WarraM. jTo the llqmllicnnt oftht Eighth OmjitM lionaVi)Utriet: j rMion of circumstance Jjhlcli In the main lvo accrued since the nomination and which could not hire ben at that llmo rearonalilj nntltlpated over which I lure no control, I nnit de cline maklnjf tli rsco for Congress. Deep ly grateful for your past kindness, I in your respectfully, V. O. Biudi.f.y. Ileing acquainted with the circumstance which hare Induced Mr. llradley to retire from the Congressional contest, we without hesitation Indorse his course. William Heukki.k, ki Chairman Stato Central Committee, ! William Carsius Goodloe, ' Chairman State KxecutWe Committer. W'mt 's tlio use of keeping tho good and gufllcicnt reason a secret? It can't Ibp'done. My dear Ilubbcll wouldn't give down a cent of his corruption fund to aid the forlorn hopo of elect ing a republican in this district. Ho know whero h...

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. — 29 September 1882

I ' 3tini-MtcIiIiinlcriorournal Friday Morning, Soptembor 29, 1882 LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. I'Mwrgcr lrlnNtlh....,.... 10 a. M. " South....... , J t f. M LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv I'AINTH of I'ennjr ft McAlister. Hamilton Htcel Mown At A. OwslfV I'lne oil painting Jul rcccirnl t Mc Holrl AtHlajtjt'a. Nkw stock of Jewelry mil rilWerwnrc t Tennjr A McAliiter's. lleautlftil line ol Intent box stationery, Rl MclloUrM ft HtajtRV School Ixxiksoml scliool supplies In gen eral at McltolxIrU A HUrhV Watch w, Clocks mil Jewelry repaired and warranted liy l'enny A McAlister. I' A 1.1. lot of KtlclrrV Ulioca Just recclr ed mil for sale at J. II. AH. II. Hliankr. Htankaiui Sheet Mimic, Vocal ami In strumental, for 10 cent at IVnny ft McAI IsterV IiAIKir stock of Window (Jlass, all alie. Double thick alasa for llawer pita. IVnnr ft McAlister. do to A. Owsley's for the Kentucky drain Drill, tbe onlr reliable Drag Drill In the market, J. II. A 8. II. Shanks are recelf Inu anil opening a line line of fall an...

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. — 29 September 1882

X I ' t mlMuh)$hxmmn Friday Morning, Septombor 29, 188? ! jtKADLY imuas. An JnttrttHng Chnpttr oh ltten$ nmf Toliinrrr. In Great Dritain ioiaon lifts bcoa rather an aristocratic method of crime Dr. rritchanl, of Olwgow, doecil lib wifo to death with tartar emetic, rai nier of Itngby, ttm highly successful in removing his victims with strychnine Tho most rcmnrknblo cose, hcrwoYcr, among tho British gentry was that ot Copt. Doncllan, which, indeed, licnrs n closo parallel with tho recent tragedy. Doncllan poisoned his brother-in-law. (jo did Lamson, and in each instanco tho death ot tho victim brought an inher itance to tho wives of tho murderer. Lamson's victim (Percy John; was nn invtilidlyoHth of 10. Donellnn's victim (Bir-TlModcsius Boughton) was an in valid oT21. Both prisoners wcro nbly defended and had sufficient medical tes timony to liavo insured an acquittal had Uioybcen tried in this city. British' juries, however, aro not so lenient as Amer ican. Tho poison administered by...

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. — 3 October 1882

f! will W$M 'ntefio onftial L VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 83. W . A 1 T. 1 I 4 I m b . - " 5cim-MfcIilu3nlcrior3oiirimI W. P. WALTON, . . T. R. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor Business Manager J'liMMinf Ttirmtiiu ntlil I'rlitail't HU.no IM3U ANNUJt. Tht Tariff. KUIor lnltrhr Jimnuih It Is a favorito nrgtimcnt of tho frqo-traders tlint tariff protection opo rates to llio tlis'atlvanlogo of tho la borer, becauso it compels him to pay more, to tlio extent of tho import du ty, fur tho necessaries of lifo than ho would pay in tho absenco of tho duly. They insist that tho increased price of living resulting from tariff taxation more, limn overbalances tho diOerenco between the wnges in this country and in Kuropc, and that, therefore, tho American Inlmrcr, though receiving from fiO to 100 per cent, higher wages than the Kuropcan laborer, is, never thcless, in a worso condition than tho hitter. Hut, unfortunately for this argument, it...

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. — 3 October 1882

f . u jscnu-CL(!lfclili! STANTOED, 2CZ-. Tuesday Morning, - October 3, 1882 W, P. WALTON. EDITOR TiiiTrh is a pleasing contrast bo- itwcofPtho wny a goxl lioncat democrat wrtwficn ho i nominated for nn of- ffio1and tho wny n republican docs un tier winilir circumstances. Tho for mer if ho is holding ofTico straightway resign?, tho Jntlcr holds on to a cer cainty as long as possible nnd makes ' his Calling and election suro heforo ho thinks of such a thing. Wo aro forci bly reminded of this in thocaso of Gen. Stoneraan, who has been given tho democratic nomination for govern or of California and Secretary of tho Treasury, Folger, who has been nomi nated , for governor of Now York. Gen. Stoneman held a Colonel's com mission on tho retired list of tho army btthV'd hira 83,500 per annum and whTch.be has promptly given up. Fob Mr continues to bold tho office given him byTArlhur and is using that office to promoto his olection. The differ crenco is.iusL.that between an honest man find a r...

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. — 3 October 1882

T mdt!ii$nfmor$ournnl QTAJsrsroitr), icy. Taosday Morning - Octobor 3, 1882 L. A N. I0CAL TIME CARD. I'aiwrpr trains North..... " " Kouln . 9 10 i.u. .. iumi LOCAL NOTICES. llov Paint of l-.nny A McAllaler. Hamilton Htcel Mow at A. OwalejV Fine oil iialnliri(;i Just recciTf.l at ,Mr JtolNrt.t8iaw,a. t. Nrw.'nk of Jewelry an.l Silverware it IVnny A McAlliltr's. IlMiitlful linn ol latest box alalioncrr, at McKolxrU h Blab's. Hcliool books ami acliool supplies In Rn tral at McKolwrU A Slaw's. Watciiw, Clocks and Jtwelrr repaired ami warranted b Pennj A McAllster. Kali, lot of lglrr'n Kliwa Just rttclr rd and for sale at J. II. AH. II. rilianlcr. HrANiJAKD Sheet Music, Vocal and In trumental, for 10 cent at IVnnr A McAL Islet's. '.Awir stock of VIndor (lis, all alien. Double thick glass for (lower pita. 1'enuy A McAllaler. do to A. Owaley's for the Kentiielc drain Drill, the only reliable Drug Drlfl In the market. Jubt rtceWed a new lotof cloaka for la dle and children and a flno lot of...

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. — 3 October 1882

.. -3-Ht - Jl sSiri'OKr), icy. Tuesday Morning, - Octobor 3, 1882 k'rr-o.v:. BT HUOtKE . HALL, I'm twenty-one yean old i5-clj, An Independent mant ' The Ma' I it Ioned la ta , flence babyhood hrgen. Oood-Jby to mother's apron strings, - T ! u Hee I Iit onhtrown, ITi'gledly ke my daddj'e wlnga To mil upon my own. CToriu A f u!l-llcd-od man, a UU young man, A proud young nun am I; My youth U don, I'm twenty-one I'm old enough la fly. V it Now I can Tot for President Upon election day, An' noMjrUlwoId me Runday nights, Vif n UU Idiun to etsy. IskfTny gingham aprons off, jjAlongTuilod coat to wear, Anion my ebln 111 noon begin ? To grow a crop o' hair. Caerus-i,, , A f nu-nedged man, till yonsg man, A proud young man am I j Below my non my mnstsche grows I'm old enough to By. I? No mora will daddy's raspln Toton, Ex loud u an outdoors, h Bound opthe clumber etslra to mat , Megoan'.do thechoroa. The younger boys may milk the com ' An' feed lie stock tha'r hay, U. While I will 11 UU braak...

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. — 6 October 1882

mkiU mtfnal VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., ERIDAY, OCTOBER G, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 84. 9tmi - mukm ( Scini-MttfiIu3nltrlorournnl W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butlnnt Manager I'ltltltnhnl Tiirifi imif Yfif'ii', H'-l.HO l331t ANNUM. Bidner on Jonet. Wo hnvo novor charged tlmt ho lias liclongcd to all parties and nu on lot!i ides oftho Into wnr. We hnvo nov or mill tint ho ii r fouilifcrous rem nant of an ago now known only in ttory nnd in song. Wo do not mako fun of that speech winch has leen made nil over Kentucky for n genera tion poat, and in which tho frog is mado to get out of tho well so slowly that, il.ii. dpwn tlicro yet. Wo have novcr chargod that Col. Jones ran for tho electorship In order to pinko capi tal in this- raco for governor. Wo havo not said that ho has cost tho democrntio party 0,000 votes hy his speeches, although many niodcrnto people think this n low estimate. Wo did not say in tho Democrat that his canvass among tho neighbors nnd ...

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. — 6 October 1882

KJP-f !-" Spftfilulnlcriorlouriml Friday Morning, - October 0, 1882 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR Tin: Owcnslwro Pott rcicrrlng to ftho .action of tlio Convention hero in cartoning Jurtgo Owilojr for Govern- for, Miyi: "Wo deprccnto this latter method, which is growing too frequent , at conventions. Any action by the few which nhrirtges tho freo expression of tho many, is n departure from dcm ocralic principle. Lot him win his spurs on the field of battle." The recommendation given Judgo Owsley was simply to show to tho people of tho other portions of tho Btato, how highly ho was regarded at homo. His Ufa' has been spent among us and bis duties have not required an acquaint anco outside of hii district. Tho oth cr candidates had acquired eomo Btato reptitatloa, the ono by reason of his course in Congress and a certain fa mous speech, tho other by a chronic disposition to bo always n candidate for soraothing, and wo wanted to show those who did not know, that our man is' intellectually and in...

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. — 6 October 1882

2l J V (iiu-MccliIi)nlcrior3ournnl Friday Morning - Oclobor fl, 1882 L N. IQCAL TIME CARD. rtiMitfer trains North....,....., I 10 A. . Honlh.., itar.u LOCAL NOTICES. Hoy Paint of l'nnjr A McAlIater. Fine oil (minting Just rcccivnl at Mc Itolx-rtn A HlajtR's. Nrw Mock of Jewelry an J Sllrerware At Penny A McAlliterV I!miiII?ii UnMol latrst Imx stationer, at McKoWla A Htagg'ri. Hcliool books anil school supplies In gen eral at Mcllolierta A KUkhV Watciiw, Clocka and Jewelrr repaired ami warranted Iiy Penny A McAlIater. Fa Mi lot of 'MgUi'n Hlioe tint tttelT hI ami furaaleat J. II. AH. II. Hlianlel. Htandaiu. Hlirrt Mimic, Vocal ami In strumental, for 10 cent at Penny A McAl leterV. Lawik stock of Window (Hum, all sfaes. Doiilile tlilck rUm for (lower nil. I'emiT A McAlIater. Jrrr rrceireil a new lot of cloak, for la illea ami children and a fine lot nf Ikil nana. J. II. A H. II. Hiiankm. (Iiikat Hf.iiuotion In sheet muilc; M, 7ft and $1 mime now raid at 5 cent, llrg nlar site and on g...

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. — 6 October 1882

r?r I J(ini-PtttIiIiin(crior3ournaI J J k&EJIiT&OTlTD, KY. Friday Morning - October 0, 1882 TIM TALK OV A Sit HIT. In tlio cotirno of n confidential conver sation with a friend who hod recently Jiiul two now shirU mndc, wo learned in cidentally Hint tlio stylo of building shirts lind rndicnlly chnnged, and tlint they wero being modo to button in front instead of nt tlio back of tlio neck. Tlio news was so good that wo could not bo Ii'oto it until wo had It directly from a shirtmakcr, who showed ns tho ground plan and front elevation that had been prepared by architects for tho erection of Bomo flno shirts for our liost citizons, and suro enough tho old fashion of fold ing doors in front, instead of a storm door lctwcen tho shoulder blades in tho back, was tho fashion. Wo Imto novcr felt so much liko passing n resolution of thanks to tlio shirtmakcrs, and a resolu tion of condolcneo to parties who linvo got to wear tho old ones, In our Ufa. Thoso shirts that button in tho boc...

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. — 10 October 1882

Imtftial "VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1882. T NEW SERIES-NUMBER 85 Stent! IlMl : h? tfS ??? t ' 3nni-Mteli(u3nlcrior3ornnI W. P. WALTON, T. ft. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor - Business Manager I'lihtlnhril Txtrmtnv niut IWttiw, H'J.no II2It ANNUM. A Ktj to Editorial Eipresijpns. An attentive render of newspapers can a oo n great deal tnoro tlmn is set down nn tho priutcd pago. For in stance, an expression common in these days of nominations Is, "Wliiloa portion of tho ticket Is not such ns wo should havo nominated, wo slmll givo it our hearty support." This means - that tho editor's most hitter enemy, who will givo tho printing to tho oili er paper if ho can, is on tho ticket, and tho editor hopes that tholowduwn reptile may Iw beaten out of 'night. In tho caso of distinguished orators, tho remark, 'Tho lion. Mr. Blank was attacked with a sudden indisposition nnd did not speak" means that tho venerated statesman was too druuk to hold his head up. 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. — 10 October 1882

4. A i! I 5tmi-MtfliIijnlcri(jr3ounMl 1 arcA.'Xf&OTzn, icsv Tuesday Morning, - October 10, 1882 WtPJ WALTON, EDITOR Fhank Jamtj created as big a sen 2 'tsftt'Ofl aTow Java ago m 'any of liii eriei over did, by quietly into the office' of tho uov- liisourl and surrendering liinisclf. ITo had previously written to that dignaUiry Baying that he was heartily tired of tho lifo ho was lead' log and wanted n promiso oi amncs ty in caso of his surrender, hut tho governor replied that all ho could do would, .be to turn him over to tho proper 'authorities and let him trust to Juclj(gr the balance. Tho surrender w.a9))thereforo .unconditional, and tho 'probability U, unless tho governor shall pardon him, that tho rest of his daya.will be spentjWithia prison walls. ThuWa rather tame ending of a ca reer that foPspwirtcon years has. defied tho powers that bb and challenged tho admiration of many imitators. Jesse is-, in. t his grave, after a dog's death, and Frank haunted by his evil deeds an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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