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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 14 November 1882

3 m Stnu-Mtdilnltriorloumnl QT7V.N-3r03RI3, ICY. Tuesday MoniltiK, Novembor 14, 1882 L 4 ff. tOCAL I'sawnger trtlni North " " Mouth-... TIME CARD. , 10 4. M. . 2 M P. M LOCAUMICCS. Hur I'AIN-Mof l'eniijr A McAllaler. lluv your ammunition of all klmla from Mnlloliertit ft Nlajtj. Nw Mock of Jewelr and Mlmware at I'enny A McAIMer'a. Watciiek, Clock snd Jewelry repaired nd warranted bjr Vtnnj ft McAllatcr. Fall lot of filler' Klioos Just reielr. Hi ami for Mle it J. II. AH. Jf. HlianW. Htaniuiii. BIiki Music, Vocal and In. IrtlmenUl, for 10 cent at I'ennr A McAl later'. ..ami.: stock of Window Glass, all size. Double thick glass for llower tilts. 1'ennt A McAll.ter. ' JL'st received a new lotof cloaks for ! Uic and clillilrrn and a fine lot of Do I uiatia. J. II. AH. II. HllANKt). m (Jurat IUiiuctiom In sheet itluslq 60, 76 anil $1 music now sold at 6 cent. lieu;. ularslManJ on Rood paper, at Mcltolierla AHl.guV PERSONAL. Itr.v. J. 8. KlM arrived loo lata yeater uav to rcacli llio fune...

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. — 14 November 1882

9- A I 5iint-(i,(!tt(Iilnnl(rior3oMniaI ff-r S'rLirar'oiajD, icy. Tuesday Morning, November 14, 1882 sv axis it mm o aiis. tji The Jmjxrtthlntu Inhnhtltint Toledo, rieorge I'. Lathrop, In HsrprrVi Magetlna. Tho iopulno arc instinctive, frco born, iinntlrtlilo lioggars, Tlio mngulfi ccntljr-cliiuod iloorwAa of tlio cathedral festered with revolting specimens of hu man (lKe.tsa and degeneration, appeal ing for alms. Other uaoro prmpcrotu mendicants vvero regularly on hand for business every day at tho "old stand" u Bomo parucniar inoroilghrnrc. 1 ro- racmbcr one especially whoso wholo cntv ital was invested in a superior article of ncrvoui complaint, which enabled him to balance himself between tho wall and n crutch, and there oscillate spasmoili callydiy tho honr. In this ho was en 'tiroly beyond competition, and cast into tho sliado tlioflo inorcly-rontino profess ionals who took the common lino of bad eyes or uninterestingly-motionless de formities. It used to depress them when ho ...

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. — 17 November 1882

Sntefio Xonfnal . VOLUME X.-NUMBER filO. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 9G. Btmumukh Scmi-ffiltcfin3nimor$ountnI W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butlnest Manager fuMlnlirtl Titrttfnu . rlT IMll fVfflt; H'J.no lI2U aVNNlTM. uTImmi ilon'l send elaniM In psymrnl of snb ecilplUn, excp( to hftliVf hng. ami then of ! nominations rtolnv.r Ihreecenls. The Luton to Arthur. Tlie New York Jftrald InJ. rep. jn Tlie people lure apoken anil hare gltcn tlielr opinion alxml Kiur mil 1 (aibor mil oilier ul)K, about Ilnbbetl naseasmtnta, about oppressive anil nrollem (azallon, ml alxjut faleral Interference anil dicta tion In politic. Mr Jay Hulib.II and hi aiwciatea In tlie illrtf work of robbing tlie Komntnrnt r.lerka of their wager; Mr. ltotieaon Ami lita eiaoclelca In Hirer ami llatlior ami oilier jobber? ; Mr. Kaon, Henstnr Hoar ami tbelr aaxttialoj, who eo Inaolcntlr refcml to rtllcre the people from opprtwife atij unnecessary laiea all three liran...

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. — 17 November 1882

Srat-Mftfilnlnlcriorlournal Friday Morning, November 17, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Now that llio CungrcMional elec tions nro over, the mind of tho aver ago Ktntuckiaii nnturally turns to tho next clmnco ho will have to exerciso lii grnml prerogative) as an Amoricau citizen ami by doing so turn up an bonot cuny as tho caso may be. Thi beiug the fact and having hallooed ourselves hoarse over tho grand re sults of tho pat week, wo pander to the tasloa afuretaid and launch out into tho canvass for Governor. At pres 'ent'thero aro but tbreo candidates for theihoBorcd position: Hon. T. Liu rens Jones, Hon. Proctor Knott and our own beloved and popular choice, Hon. Michael Henry Owsley. Begin ning with Col. Jones, becauto ago takes the precedence over beauty, we will give iu their turn excellent steel engravings of theso gentlemen, which wo have obtained by an enormous outlay of hard earned lucre, and hern 'you aro: THOMAS LAUnUNS JONES. To those who know the honorable jjentlexnan, it is t...

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. — 17 November 1882

( 3 Smi-MtthlBlnlmorlminiai QTAlTS'OIir), icy. Friday Morning, November 17, 1882 i n. iocn me card. I "wivr trains Hnrlh t 10. . Mnt.u Hon 111....... LOCAL NOTICES, Jlinr I'AiJcwoflVnnj A McAliater. M"K"rA,Hn,T;;Uionofllk,n',' ' Watch m, Clocks am! Jewelrr repaired and warrante.1 bj I'ennv A MeAllster. FAi.i.lnt of KfltlrrV HIhim Jim rtc-clv. 1 ami for sal at J II AH. II. rihanki. 8TAN1.ARI) ftlteet Music, Vocal ml In. atrumental, for 10 cent at IVnnr A McAl later n. rvLt!"llVtk.of window Ule.,all sl.es. i ,. . .!l,lck I,M for flu1,f .' nnv A MoAliater, ' JlW received anew lotof cloak, for la dies and children and a fine lot nf Dol wana. J. H, A a II. Shank. Orkat KitiCCTloK In sheet mualq 60, 76 ami $1 tniinc now aold at 6 cnt. lit. ular alt an J on Rood piper, at Mcltoberl A BlagjV I witt. sell at the lata residence, of Cliaa. I Harris, on Friday Not. ill, lila entire personally, consisting; of lite Hock, farming utensils, Ac Ac. J. II. Owsley, Admr. PERSONAL Miw Sallik (Inno It t...

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. — 17 November 1882

1 mm ft f '( h Stmi-Mcclilnn!triorournal .STAISTFOED, KIT. Friday Morning, November 17, 1882 COMPAllATlrit VA1.VKH VI' OHM. Scientist gjiik lightly of colored gems as alumina found in nature, crys tallized nnd colored with oxide of iron, and "valued st cnormon gnnis." It hardly mines Ihd moro precious in fjen oral esteem to know that tho emerald, rnby, wpphiro and amethyst aro almost tho samo chemically, or that tho emer ald nnd tho aquamariuo only differ in color, tho former being absolutely price less, whilo Uio latter hni no tlctcrmlnnto valno. Pearls only nro sold hy tho grain. All other precious stones aro sold by tho carat, which weighs four grains. Diamonds weighing less than a carat nro moro valuable than rubies, sapphires or emeralds of tho samo weight. TJut all tho colored stones ex ceeding n carat aro more valunblo than diamonds, and tho difference in vnlno increases very rapidly with incrcasa of size. If n rnby is very perfect, and of n rich, dark color, it commands nn e...

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. — 21 November 1882

m x:a Hall mfeflif NEW SERIES-NUM BeSP VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1882. Imtfiuu. W ' I 1 tini-S(tfhIn3nltriorournaI , ...r a ... r.V Vtl70Avl- 7. ff. WALTON, -. - Editor and Proprietor Builnot Manager 1'iiblUhnl Turmtnyn mill frlil n t)'i - i' AT- 8'J.no "1M3II ANNUM. Tlet ilen't neml ttiiiMijJn payment ofjul iTpllTi, oitVept Z?taa eJienf, tl f de. nomination! not oter Ihre rente. A Hilt In the Cloud. "Welcome back to Dapplovalo." "Thank you kfmlly for that, Iuro mar," replied Pansy Pcrklm, aaalie iitcppcU"r.Qra tlio traiii aqd placed her dfnipictl hand in thai of Ingomar Mo Cloakoy. And then they walked away, arm inarm, from tho little do pot v that nettled aocoxily among th cloud-topped hills, exchanging friend ly greeting! hw and then with the villagers who had known them both from infancy. They wero a hand aomo pair, thcio two ho tall, strong limbed, and with n mass of mnnily gold hair that bespoke his Baxon I'm eage; she, a shapely brunette with g...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 November 1882

? ? ' ' r t i v- r T. J5tmi-85lttk!i3nltriar3iinI S'TAITFOBD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, November 21, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR jfrrWirfi HON. J. PIIOCTOK KNOTT. It 14 with a ieeliog of gratification and pride that wo are enabled this morning to present to our readers n "counterfeit presentment" of Hon. T. Proctor Knott, the gentleman who has hiaeaglo ejo at present fixed on the gubernatorial mansion at Frank fort. It' will bo observed by those who know him that tho pretty white moustache which gives him a so dig nifietl and Senator-like air, is missing from tho' upper lip of tho otherwise very superior portrait nbove, and not wishing to mislead tho long suffering public, we hasten to say that Sir. Knott has not parted with the adorn ment and would not for the world and hardly for the governorship, but our artist insisted on extra pay for putting it on the picture and well, wo would not submit to the extortion, besides, we couldn't uso it very likely to rep resent tho presidential candid...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 November 1882

2- - 5tmi-?31tthlii nltriorournnl STA3rgOBD, KY. Tuesday MornlriK, November 21, 1882 LU, 0C4i TIME CARD. PaiHriger Itilni North " ' Souls- t (0 1. M. S 01 r. M LOCAL HOTICCS. IlUY I'AtNTHof Penny tt MoAl!ler. Ilur jour ammunition of nil kind from Moltoberls A Hurk. New slock of Jewel r j nd Silrerware at Penny A McAlilcr'i. VATCiirn, Clocks en J Jewelry repilreJ and warranted by Penny A McAIIater. KALI, lol of Zelnler'a Shoes just reieW eil ami f.iraaleel J II AH. II. HhanW. Htaniuhd Sheet Music, Vocal anil In. slrumental, for 10 cent at Penny A McAI liler'x. I.4IUIR stock of Window diss, all site. Double thick glass for (lower pita. Penny A Mu A lister. Jcst receWed a new lotof cloaka for la diet and children and a line lot of Dol man. J. II. AH. H. Shank. (Inr.AT Kkul'otion In sheet musics 60, 76 and $1 music now Hold at 0 cents lied ular site an J on good paper, at Meltobert A Httgic'e. I Wlt.t. fell at tin late residence of Chan. I.. Herri', on Friday Not. 21, Ma entire personal...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 November 1882

! :- 'jfc ri v J- ? - i.- i-2f(llfthlinicnorournal BTANTORD, ICST. TuesJay Morning, November 21, 1882 XHKOt.oar iy Titrc qcartrxh. How, t'a of ft notion In my bud del when yon com to die, An elan' da 'lamination In da Col IIotiM In de aky, Tonll be aetonlahed at d qnoetloM d aDgel'a (wta to ax When he glte yon en ! wllneee aten' an' Fin JOJ la defeo'e) Ceuee hell it yon might? cloeely "bout your dotn'a la the nil If, An' it VttenntlHcn qacetlotT gwlna to todder you a eight! Den your eyee 11 open wider den dey ebbcr don Ufo'. TChcn bechata yon Iwute chick en eerare del hap pened long age I De atgele on de picket Una er long d Milky Way Keepa a watchln' what yon'n drlbln' at as' burin, whil yon y. No natter what you want to do, no matter wber yju'i gvlne, Dey'a mighty ap' to Bod It out an' peae I long do Una; Ah' oTn'at do meetln', when yon make a f um an' langh, Why, dey aend da newa e-kltln' by da golden tele. graphs lien da angel In da ottlW, whal'e a atttln' by da gate, Tee reada ...

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. — 24 November 1882

Hail mfefit Y VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 98. Semi' M juiifiiii ?-. 'B I n . tnii-MtchljjInleriorotirnal W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor T. R. WALTON, .... Builnets Manager VuhUnhni Turntinv mi it l-'rlituv't T H'J.'MO tl3It ANNUM. MsTflMHi ilirn't ssnil lUiiipsIn nfinfntif iuU cilptloii. ncvpt to im f Usintf, an.1 thru of il nimilnattons hot nvsr thrt tf nil. Tho Slot Wnltr. "Good day, gentlemen." A nlco looking young man stood In the doorway of tlio editorial room and gazed In a benign way at tlio occu pants of tho apartment. Would it bo olblo for mo to sell tho Tribune n story?" ho continued. "What kind of a atory liavo you ground outf" aiked tlio hona report er. 'Tho story," said tho visitor, "u ouo in which tho triumph of love is depicted, and " 'It isn't ouo of thoso 'and us Ethel stood thcro in tho soft moonlight, her lithe figuro sharply outlined against tho western sky, thcro was a loud crak'iii,Constclifl Cast...

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. — 24 November 1882

'. i .SJ h-e- . satf f " & i: if ml P J? in -S2If c kls 3Jnlcrior Journal STANTOED, ICY. y doming, November 21, 1882 JL jsfl? ' f W J - - 1 1 Cjf SCl Tin: mountain countlo havo t Inst been heard from and tke official voto of tho Eighth District riiowa that Phil Thompson'! majority Is 807. HON. MtCIIAKI. HF.NUY OWSLEY. Wo will not attempt to ilrceivo our readers by claiming that the abovo is a Ifooti likeness of tho next Governor ol Kentucky, Hon. Michael Henry Owjlcy. His frank, open countonntice is too well known in nil this region round about to admit ot such a do ception, even if wo were capablo of telling a lie, in which particular we are as much alike the Father of his Country as if we wcro a lineal des cendant. The picture does well enough to represent Knott or Jones or Dr. Marchisi either, for that matter, but you have to scare up a better look ing mug than that when you want the people to bclievo it belongs to Mike Owsley, of whom a short biog raphical sketch i3 not now ...

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. — 24 November 1882

2 "snnsHaiMaBjsBisMBasMaMs v StmicthInnitrioronmn( Friday Morning November 24, 1882 LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. riMi'(rr trains North..,, " " South... . V 10 A.M. . 2 OT P. M LOCL NOTICES. Huy I'Atxn of Penny A McAllaler. Huy joiirsmmunltlon of (II klmln from McKolxrls A Huftn. New stock of Jewelrj and Sllyerware it Penny A Mc A lister's. Watch w, Clock and Jewelry repaired tnd warranted liy Penny A McAllater. Fall lot of Zelgler's Shoes just reedy. eu aim lursjleat j. ii.ah. II. Kliankr. Htandaho Sheet Mimic, Vocal sind In itrumenUl, for 10 cents at I'enn A McAl later'. La. nor iitock of Window Glass, all slats. Double thick kIsss for flower iltt. i'enny A McAllater. JuT rrcelred a new lotof cloika for la die and children and a fine lot uf Dol man. J. II. AS. H.rjIIAMKM. (Inr.AT IUiujction In aheet music: 60, 76 and $1 music now aold at C cent. Itrfc ular alt anj on good paper, at McHoberta olagR a. I WILL sell at the late residence of Chan, L. lUrris, on Friday Not. St, Ida entire ronal...

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. — 24 November 1882

V i ?? 5km-MA) Inferior Journal STA.ITOIIX), ICY. FrH.y Morning Novembor 21, 1S82 TiMS MOV IMS VMSTlilt. Tim Man is nt the Dealt. Ho is nn Editor. Whnt is tlmt in his li'nnrt ? It fa a Microscope Wliat doc; tlio Editor want of n Microscope Ho is looking lor his snlaiy, Hkk tlio Elovnlor. It is not running. How tlio Man swertrs. He is an Editor. Do Elevators ever run ? Oh, ye when thcr aro first pnt in n Building, iTiicl bo- lore they oro FiI1 for. "TrfIff irihe Man who has had a Nolico in tho rnper. How Proud ho is. Ho is Stepping Higher than n Blind Horse, If ho had Wings ho would Fly. Next week tho Paper will say tlio Man is n Measly Old Fraud, and tho Man will not Step bo High. Hems is n Valise It docs not Weigh Four Hundred Ponnds. It is tho Valiw of an Editor. In thp Valiso are Threo Socks and n Bottlo and n Book. Tlicro is Something in tho Bottlo. Maybe it ia Arnica ior tho "Editor's Soro Finger. Tho Hook is Baxter's Saints' Rest. Tlio Socks got into tho Valiso by Mistake Perh...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 November 1882

Peelll Intefio nftiaL i z$m TT t.t VOWtiE X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1882 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 90. Stem f Stini-Mtt hln nlcrlorounraI ,MWrM,W. Mitor'amtpfopiittdf ' 'MittHiti tla'nagir 'If. r. , WALTON. j.1 rin'i t - I'uhllnhnl Ttirtttnu mat Frlttavt w jr i j-; 4 ,"' $a;r.iiii3it ANNUM. jag-rieae don't ee nd atantpi In payjnirnlof auW tia.-nWyi GmALihlm't, tffibew'wrj; nomination! not nter Ihrc rente. y46ouf M Ottrich, Tiieroii tamo proipcct of ottrich farming developing into quite an iu duitry In the louth-ncit, and It will omeUtnpJflu ,colJ. dftjf rrhc'L ll liraplomindeU rutio of tliat region trill not have ostrich on toaat if ho want it. Oitrich farming, however, will have is drawbacks. The hen os trich it not a good layer, as a rule, only laying to,fgg per annum, whichf-bcing aliout the eito of a por celaln wash-howl, makes her so proud that she takes tho halanco of tho year for convalescing. Th ostrich Jcjilff ly valuable for tho plumago which ho wears and...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 November 1882

Tuesday Morning, November 28, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR The Blue Qrau Clipper sayi that we uoed a cut of Bishop Knvanaugli and itbelcil it Col Jones to leave the Impreftsion that that gentleman wm too old to proper! fill the office to which he is aspiring, and adds that tho game wont work. There are those, Bro. Newton, who are mean enough to charge that we used the same picture to represent all three of tho gubernato rial candidates, which, if tho state ment be true, ezhonorates u from the charge which you ungenerously make againt ih. The Georgetown Timet hits the mil on tho head, and by-the-way, the Lexington Tranicript does, too, using identically the samo words, when it says that the picture was Dr. Marchiai's and that to use it for that purpose was the mot unkindett "cut" of all. The Richmond Remitter says the portrait was too thin and yet too fat for Judge Owsley, but then some men would grumble at their own funerals if they could. Other papers, jealous ot tho enterprise and li...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 November 1882

&mi-$tethl3$nfwor$0HrnRl Tuesday Morning;, November 28, 1882 LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD, TaiMtiftr trslos North-. " ' Booth..... t 1 i. M, . 1 M r. u L0CAL NOTICES. Hot Paint of Penny A McAllater, ltur your ammunition of all klmln from Mclloberta A Htagg;. Nw atftek of Jewelry and Hllverware at renny a McAUter. Watchm, Clocki ind Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Fall lot of Zelgler'a Btioee Jutt receiv ed and for sale at J. II AH. II. rJlianki. Standard Hheet Music, Vocal and In alrumental, for 10 cent at Penny A McAl liter'. Laikir ilock of Window OUm, all site. Double thick glu for flower pita. Penny A McAtlster. Jt'irr rrcelred anew lotofcloaki for la dlee and children and a fine lot of Pol inane. J. II. A 8. II. HltAXKH. Grkat IUduction In sheet music: 60, 75 and $1 mime now aold at 5 cent. ilea; ular aire anJ on good paper, at Mclloberta A Stage.'. PERSONAL Mlm Hoe Yniim, of Boyle, I vlali Inf Mri. I Mao Ilruce. Mr. John H.Ciuki ha returned from lueesvlum appa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 November 1882

f r.Stnu-MtthlunitriorournaI gt STAKFOBD. KY. Tuesday Morning, November 28, 1882 i vsur.H Tin: nun. i " Tlmri rTArrt It lint Ctmtmlnt the Oft. Jyoolttt'For HHrgtar. Tho man under tho bed does not al ways provo n mytlu Perhaps it is an actual fact that women who pray look for him mora regularly than others of n 1cm spiritual turn of mind ; when tho good .woman kneels at tho bedsido to offer her devotions it is tho most natural thing in tho world for her to first explore that historio. territory and satisfy herself that no concealed burglar is listening. It is also Vwcll-authcnticatcd fact that n pious woman in tho suburbs of London did discover the legs of n bold, bad house-breaker sticking out just as began her petition. She did not shriek, but went on with a prayer for that particu lar sinner that would havo melted tho heart of n Newgate thief. 1 wish that it might bo added tliat he was converted on tho spot, camo out and w as pardoned, and afterward married tho petitioner. Put tru...

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

ttlefia mtftial f VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510. STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 100. jfemi " HeeWn LA Stini-Mcchlunltrklounral W. P. wliLTOH, - Editor and Propnotor T. tt. MLTOH. Butlnnt Manager l'ubUhnl IWsifrtv ami Friday, 99.no lX31l ANNUjr. trrhiie dan't send stamps In pajmenlof eub- setlr-tlirfi.rlr-ptta ms.eehsnr.. and thro cf de DoiutnilloDi not over three, rents. Snt,wtd Under. Bill Njre, of tho Larimio, Wyoming Boomerang, a ipioy republican ihcct, thui unburden- liimtclf: "We bavo met tho enemy and we are liU'n. Wo bavo mado our re marks and wo aro now ready to listen to the gentleman from Now York. Wo would havo dug out, perhaps, and explained about New York, but when almost every State in the union rose up and made certain statements yes terday, wo found thattho job of ex plaining this matter thoroughly would bo wcarisomo and require a groat deal oi time. Wo do not blame tho Demcracy for this. We aro a littlo suprisod, how ever," and grioved. It will 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. — 1 December 1882

Stii-M!ibnftnorowmaI STANTOED, 3EC2". Friday Morning, December 1, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR The Richmond Dirpalch, dera., jays i ' VTotfll abolition is the watch word. Any thing Icm would bo fatal tolhe hopes of tho tax-payers, to say aothlnf of the itupidity which' tho democrats would be guilty of should they become a pA'rty to the perpetua tion of the internal taxes taxes norer collected beforo the lato war between tho States, and which, with the bitter memories of that war, ought now to bo buried oat of sight forever." This sounds mighty pretty, but it is ueces Bflrily tariff protection doctrine with a decided vengeance. If the tax is tak en from liquors and tobacco, which now yield a revenue of about S120, 000,000 yearly, and if the entiro inter nal revenue system is abolished, the amount required to run the govern ment will hare to be raised by increas ing tho tariff, thereby shutting out foreign competition almost entirely and increasing tho price of the neces saries of life a...

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