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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 February 1883

Stnu-S&tccIilBlnlcriorournal STAiriroiir), icy. Friday Morning, - Foliruary 23, 1883 LOCAL NOTICES. Huv I'AlJmof Penny A MoA Hater. Nltvr alcck of Jewelry unci Hilt erwitre at Penny A MoAllatcrV I.ANtmrrril's (lanlen Heols, In Imlk mil in papers, m fenny ft JIoAlisler's. Watchim, Clocka and Jewelry repaired ml warranted by Penny A MoAIIaler. Imiuii: stock nf Window (Him, all site. Double thick iflasa for flower nila, Penny A Mc A Hater. PERSONAL. Mn. J T.U'll.iiiir, one of the clerereM gentlemen on the roail la in town. Mha AjIkie IIi'OIIahan, of CrAb Or clunl, la wlili Mra A. A McKlnney. Mr D C, Shanks, ihe excellent palnt er, left VelneeUy for Hot Springs, Ark. Mil Waltkh W. OtMtf.er la enjoying; the celebration wlili Ma olJ Centre College clitima. Mw, Ono If. Hum: wa called to I.MicAaler yesterday lijr the Illness nf lier mother. Mm J. 8 AnxirnoNO, of Ioularillr, mine tip with lierhtiabaml and la now At her sister's, Mra. K. T. "Young. Mian CotixiK Coorrrt went up tu At tend ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 February 1883

1 r ii 7FZ STAKFOttD. ICY. Friday MnrnfiiK, Felmiary 23, 1883 KTIQVBTTB OF TUB AVI riCTX Tho law ol tlio nnpVia is but vofiiielj understood. One ot our esteemed met roiiolitnn eontcmimrariea informs nn Cftgur inquirer Hint it is a lincl form to old tlio nnpkin nflcr ilinnor; Hint tlio proper thing is to throw it with nrQll gent disregard on tlio tahlo besido tho plate, ia to fold it would bo a rcllection on tlio host, find imply a familiarity that would not benefit nn invited guest. But tho thoughtful reader will ngreo witli ns that this studied disorder is likely to lo a good deal moro trying to a fastidious hostess than an unstudied replacing of tho napkin in good order besido tlio vis itor's plate For, when tho dinner nap kin is laid aside, tliero is tho fruit or dessert napkin to replace it. Taney the appearance of a pretty decorated tablo with heaps of rumpled linen disfiguring tho symmetrically-arranged spaces Co twixt tlio sherry, champagno and bur gundy glasses to say nothin...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 27 February 1883

Send - Hericfa iitteftof ImtfiiaL 10 VOLUME X.-NUMBKR 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 12 o. M Stmj-lrtlilnijiilfriorowrnal W, P. WALTON, T. ft. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butlnett Manager t'nbllthra Tiiriihtyn nit it frltlnw, 0IU.no IJ3li ANNUM. ' wnhwM ilaj'l wl stamps In payment of 111U strlptlon.eiwplternsk change, and then of ile nominations not ever three rents- Jhe Blotting of Commercial Freedom. Below li tlio concluding words of Air. Watlorson'a speech before tlio Tcnncuoo Lcgislnturo: Tlio timo has como when tlio free dom of trado which, restricted to tlio Bin tea of tlio Union, hits bcou as a unshino to tho industries of tho Uni ted 8 tales, should be enlarged. T lioso induitries aro as hIIo now to stand alono as thejr ever will bo. Tho long er the nre protected , tho more tho will need protection. And I stop a moment to ask wh, if protection bo uch a good thluj-, tho protectionists do not advocate it botween the Stated, si that cotton f...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 27 February 1883

I : tmi-ttfhlsnltnorlomnal aTiMsri'oiir). icy. Tuesday Morning, - February 27, 1883 W.P. WALTON. EDITOR A flcnniM.Kit In the Bowling Orceu Democrat taji that Jmlgo Otvilcy may le a clover man but It can not bo for n moment claimed that ho is the equal either of ICnott or Jonc, and that he ought to Ira defeated becauio hit unclo "Sam" Owsley when gov ernor refused to pardon ono Dr. Ab ncr Baker, who murdered his brother-in-law and whom tho scribbler claims was a lunatic. This is exceedingly poor logic as well ni a lamcntnblo lack of knowlcdgo of present and past facts. In tho first place, Judgo Owsley is tho peer, if no mote, of cither Jones or Knott, intellectually, social ly or otherwise, as any ono will say who knows tho three gentlemen, and in the second, if thero was over a governor of Kentucky by tbo name of Sam Owsley tho list docs not show it. Gov. William Owsley served a term as governor and his administra tion from what wo can gather was both a popular and n wise one. He wa...

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. — 27 February 1883

J Stmt-MtthlnlnltriorloHriiRl ST.A.XTIFOItX), KY. Tnosday Morning, - Fobruary 27, 1883 LOCAL MOTCCS. uv Paints of IVnt MoAIIater. Nmv Hock of Jewelry ami Hllrerware at Penny A Mc A lister'. Landretii'i ii' Garden Heeds, In Imlk inc t Penny A McAllsierV in ptpf rs, at l'enny Watcmw, Clock mil Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A MoAIUttr, Laroe (lock of Window OUss, all site. Double thick (Iim for flower nit. Penny A MoAIIater. PERSONAL, Mm I.rrriie Helm it ?lltln in I-on-caster. Mim CrTllfA Car0!, of Nicholas- Yllle,ls tlilllng friend lirre. Mr. OroRiK MoAuhi r.n wnt up lo attend the hop it Klchmond. Mm IIettie Loian, of HuelonTille, Is fishing Mr. Dr. I W. Logan. Miw Lucy IIuktoh Is visiting the fain, lly of Mrs. J. 11. McKlnney neir Uuilon till. Mm, Dk. Clifton Fowler Iim re turned from flslt t relatlre at Huston- Tilt. Mils. A.H. TERHt!NE,of llarrodsburg, It upending a few week with Mix Julia lllgllne. Mwi Annie Looan cime oyer from Hamilton College to spend a few day with h...

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 February 1883

y- Smi-Mct Jtlji Inltriorlourital r, ,1 ST A.3STFOiaiJ, KY. Tuesday Morning, - February 27,1883 THK MOlttT. OF A PAIR Og STOCK- J.Vfl. Tlio following letter was written by n distingiiislicJ literary lady to nloarned Judgo on tlio cro of his niarringo : Dun Oorstv: Herewith you will receiro n present of n pair of stockings knit by my own lintulfi ; and bo assured, dear cor, that my friendship for you is as warm as tho material, tictivo aa the finger work, and generous m tho dona tion. But I consider tho present m pecul iarly appropriate Jon the occasion ol your marriage. You will remark, in tho first place, that there nro two individuals united in ono pair, who are to walk side by side, guarding against coldness, and giving comfort as long as they last Tho thread of their texture in mixed ; and so, alas, is tho thread of life. fc In these, however, tho wliito is made to predominate, expressing my desire and confldenco that thus it will bo with tho color of your existence. Nd black is...

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. — 2 March 1883

ibfiif mtfn fjfrs VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 120. t jfcttti - Heeklii at z: Snni-M.cl.ljj Interior Journal W. P. WALTOH, Editor and Proprietor T. ft, WALTON, Butlntu Manager I'libllflirit Ttimilatm ami J-Vifru, 8U.no lJJll ANNUM aerpinae don't s.n.1 stitnps In payment nf aub- serlpllon, etrept la mesa rhnr. and then of cl. nominations not f rr three rente. Somo Intid Couriei -Journal Hittorj, Charlio Kincaid is now city editor of tho Courier-Journal, n position that has had been hold by n number of men during tho past Tear, run. it seems is a hard ono to hold. Mr. Wattcrion has his friends that must bo protected from unplcanant newspa per notoriety, nnd Mr. Haldeman lias his. Tho favorites of tho two era braco a large per cont. oi the popula tion of tho city henco the difficulty in putting any lifo into tho columns of tho paper, except when the boca are away. Somo amusing things often occur in tho newspaper offices in Louisville A i...

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. — 2 March 1883

lEajagawjsjsjsaswswsssssaesswsjesnw , arEJTX&OTZlD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - March 2, 1883 W. P. WALTON, . . EDITOR Tun Lexington Observer In an arti cle highly complimentary to Jurigo M. II. Owalejr, candidate for Gover nor, snjs: "When his narao wm first suggested for that important and lion orablo position, ho was comparatively unknown to at least ono-third of tlio people of the Btato. This very fact stimulated enquiry, and caused the peoplo to ask each other why it is that ho has been so persistently honored by public offices in his own district, and so uniformly sustained by all classes of people. Tho answers to these questions have mado public tho truth that ho is honest in every conviction, fuitlittil to every trust, and fearless in tho discharge of every duty. Justice lieforo mercy, the public good beforo priv&to preferences, right beforo ex pediency, and duty beforo all else, have been tho maxims of his life, and tho Web and woof of bis history. These arc the charac...

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. — 2 March 1883

si- !-T5fT?5 Stnu-TOthlolnlmorloarnal STAN-POED, ICY. Friday Morning, - - March 2, 1883 IAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Northbound Psasingsr passes Stanford itMti. at, Southbound 1 00 r. x, LOCAL nonces. Ilor Paint of Penny A McAllsler. Nw stock of Jewel re and Hllmtmre at Penny MrAlliter's. IjANnnmi Garden Heel, In bulk mil In pap rs, at IVnnj h McAllslerV Watch t, Clock ami Jewelry repairs! ml wrrnteil by Penny A McAIIster. Iuiuik stock of Window Gla, all she. Double thick rIis fur flower pits, Penny A McAlislrr. PERSONAL. Mm. Maiiv IIottmam baa gone to Mercer county. John W. Ilrttuiir liai Ron to Howling Oreen to buy mult. Mavtciuom I'ryto.v, Ewj ,wm attend. Injc tlia Court In Washington county. Mr. Andrew Kvax, of Danville, has begun tlia study of law with Hill A Al corn. Mb. Oeo. II. MunilAV l her with Howorth'sIIIbernlcs, reprcsentlnz Mr. H. it Minli. Mtmrt I'attik Ahnold and Florence Lacker, of (larranl, are tilling Mis Lil HeMcClary. BlIKIiIlK J. N. Menelee la back from Illinois, wher...

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. — 2 March 1883

ij y I j M tntt-MhInnlcrior3omaI ST-AORI), KIT. Friday Morning, - - Match 2, 1883 itiKxrtxti osTiticiws. IWHllnrillf Iftf Mnnnlrr Hint, (From tl New Krk Fttnlng l'txt Air, Clmrlcs Iloirhe imiiortcil Mr chicks in 1875 from Nubia, Africa, ex pecting to keop llicm nntil full-grown, when thoy would bo vatuabto for show purposes. As they uro birds which ro qniro a great deal of room, it was easier to transport them when young than when they attain full size. Thtf ix vrcro taken to Hobokcn when about four months old and seemed to thrive, well-: , . , . . , hoy to voraciously whatever was of - fcrnl to them-, oven stones ns big m a man s fist, nails, oyatorsholls, etc. They grow so fast that tho experiment wns considered a highly succcssfiif ono until ono after another thoy began to dio from somo mysterious causo which was not discovered until their Ik lies wcro dis sccted. It was then found that many of their bones wcro broken niul that tho rich food, and too much of it, had caused tlicm ...

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 March 1883

Ultra - Haili iifefiif Imtfttal VOLUME X.-NUMBKR 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH G, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 127. fnii-'o'oltfhlnliilcrioroiirjial r W. P. WALTON, . T. R, WALTON, - . Editor and Proprietor Bun'neii Manager a"iiMiirt Titrmlau Mint V'fl, HU.no lJ3It ANNUM. Per Please don't send stsmp. It! lynienl r.f lub serlpllon, eicept to mtlethsnfe), tnil then of de nominations n.nl peer threw rent. A 2-40 forte at a funeral, A itorjr which is exciting consider able arausonient ii related of aa occur renco which look placo ft few days ainco in an rvHolnint! town. A ro tired cicreymrtn from tliia city wni in . vital to conduct n funeral in tho town. Ho applied to n well-known liveryman for a ipiiut Iioho, and wm given a vctorau pacer, which in yean long gone liy had inado faU time, but win supposed to Imvo outgrown nil such vmiitio), Tho clergyman jour. ueyed quietly to hU domination, and held tho acrvicej at tho house of the deceased. When tlio funeral proceca ion was rely to sta...

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 March 1883

rini-Mtcifu3nfmor$flitrMl STAKFOBD, ICY. Tnesday Morning, March G, 1883 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR Hon. Alkxaxmcii Stehiens, Gov: cnuir of Georgia, liel at 3:24 Sunday morning nt Atlanta. A pigmy in body, ho wai n giant in brain, and in Ins eventful life, lio was honored aa no man of his Slate krs over honored. He was Vico President of tho Confed erate States, but after tho war accept ed the situation and was elected to Congress, where ho has been of inesti mable advantage to his Stato and sec tion. His death ii regarded as a pub lio calnranity in Georgia, where ho held tho lovo and respect of every body. His remains wero lain in Stale and duriog the day 20,000 sorrowing citizens viewed them. Mr. Stephens mado his will sometime ago. He leaves $100,000 in money to three children of his late brother, Judge Linton Stephens, and the rest of his estate, barring a few minor bequests, to his nephew,Col. John A. Stephens. What his estate will foot up depends largely on tho sale of his nev "Histo ...

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 March 1883

3 jStmi-MttIilnnlcriorournl QTjVlTirOKID, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - - Match 0, 1883 A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Northbound I'snenger pastes Stanford t BSOA. M. Southbound " " iwr.v, LOCAL fOTtCCS. Ilov Paint of Penny A McAlister. Nrw mock of Jewelry ami 811 wware it Penny A McAlliter. I.ANIirl-tiiVi Qanl'it Reeds, In bulk and In er', at Penny A McAllalerV WaTciii Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted br Penny A McAlister. Lahoi itock or Window (Jl, all slits. Double thick glass for flower pit. Penny A McAlister. PERSONAL. Mf.SM. Milto L. WAKEFIELD and Herbert Walker, of Illooralngton, III., are guest of Mr. J. M. Wray, at Pink Cottage. -0. W. 8iiArur.it, Hie Photographer has gone home to Islt his family. Gallery closed until LU return, of which notice will be glren. Mn, John K. Virxr, School Conirul loner, and Mr It. II, Weet, Deputy Coun ty Clerk and editor of our Garrard depart ment, honored in with a call yelrdJ. Hev.J. A. Hooi.k, we learn by tele phone,wa taken auddenly III yeilerdey...

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 March 1883

. i I M M&&i fWMMMMM nntccklnlnlemrlwid STA.ITE'OIIX), 3CTT. Tuesday MoralBg, March 0, 1883 MKXiCAX IlASDim. Highway Trnrtlm It H lieore the Vpn tng of the IMlroaiU Cor. or the ,w Tot World. Tho road from Jfoileo city to Bits Juan del llio lined to bo tlio wont jwrt o( tho journey to tho interior when one was obliged lo travel by diligence, and was tlio part most infested by highway robbcra. Thoso highway robbers art Jit no moans extinct m yet, but with the railroads ono hears much leas of thcni. When I arrived in this country for tin first timo, somo hinctecu years ago, J had tho ploasuro of licing robleil two 01 tlireo times both on tho road to Bar JminHcl llio and on tho rond to Vrr Cra. I am glad of it now, as being robbed on tho highway by tho genuine Mexican bandit is a sensation noon to lx a tiling of tho poat, and I liko leaving the track occasionally and being shaken np by now emotions. I was doubly shaken at that timo, I remember, by the awfnl motion of tho diligen...

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. — 9 March 1883

Snttfto mfitui iylfc' VOLUME X.NUMBEltfllO. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH J), 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 128. jfcmi HeeUn y nni-MrthlnJiilei-iprlournal tr W. P. WALTON, T. B. WALTON, - . Cdltor and Proprietor i ' Butinttt Managtr I'llbtlahttt TtirmtntlH nilf Vill, 93.ni 1J3U ANNUM. rrlrtlon, etreA ti melte lisiln, lihl thtn of ile- i !! . BUI nomlnstl.ini not r thn rrtli. Punten' Errort. Thero nro lota of "smart Aleck," Ytlio think It U one of the cunningest tiling in 'tho world to light upon uu error in print nml to lilnr.on it to all whom tlioj meet. It is ii(H awyinj common tiling, cither, lor piiwHwri of nowipapera to receive marked cop Jei of their journali , whero every cr ror ii pointed out !jr omo follow who m taken time to read them over two or three tltnea to make Hire that he has not missed nnj: and perhaps, the coplos will t3 accompanied oy n letter asking for a aituation as proof-reader. The following from the London Print? inrj Time and Lthojraplier may he of interest to t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 March 1883

i . Stmi-Mctfilii IntawrlMraxI sa?-A.3sr3roiai3, ky. Friday Morning, - - March 9, 1883 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Thk Louisville Commercial is doing llerculota labor ia endeavoiisf to advance tbe Isteretti ol .be State and to procure tke much needed reform in the administration of iU affairs. Uf a matter of great ImporUnco and which is now agitating tho minds of thoso who know how defective nod deficient the prcsont document it, it makes theso very timely suggestions : "In accordance with an act parsed by tho last Legislature a vote, on tho question ot revising tho Constitution will bo taken in August next. If the people shall vote favorably upon this question and ratify their vote at the next succeeding election, then, at tho expiration of another year,. delegates may he chosen to a Constitutional Convention. Under the most favora ble circumstances a convention can not be elected before 188C. Much work is needed to preparo the public for general aclion 'within so short a time. Whilo one-...

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. — 9 March 1883

-' iV'i rc;. ;i' If. SmMtehlii3nltriQrBunraI - i SIANffOBD, 3C1T. Friday Moralnfj, - - March 0,1883 A N. LOCALTIME CARD. Nnrthtoand Passenger pasae Stanford it 0.501. M. ftjmhbound " i JOOr. w. LOCAL NOTICES. Hot Paint of Penny A McAIIater. Fiantxo Tacklt at McKobtrte A Stagf', LAnr.rriiA()erden8edat MeRoterta A Hiagg'a. New atock of Jewelry and Silyerware at Penny A McAlliterV tiAKDncTii'd (lardeit Peed, In bulk and In paper, at Penny A Mc A lister'. WATCllM,Clncka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlltter. Kui.I.lock of Fietiing Tackle of til kind can now be found at Penny A McAlister'e, PERSONAL. MlM MATTIEl'lNfflDME It Titililig MIm Lucy Tate. IUv J. A. HcxJLt wan well enough to commence fall acbool at Turnerarllleyee ttrday. Mm Mattib mitii, of Garrard, who hat been flatting Mra 1'. I), Myera, return ed home Wtdneaday. II. M. IUi.lou, who haa been raer chandlalng at Xickernon, Kama, haa re turned home to remain. MimPaolinb (J hi Mr relumed yea ten!ay from a tltit ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 9 March 1883

t !jL I h , h i ' tinr-Mtthlulnltriorloamal STA-iTOPOiar). icy. Friday MornlRK, - - Match 9, 1883 tint tir .1 in.iiir.," jztc. Tito old rvvuu, "Twoof t tritilocsn never ngtw," ris never moto pally .1 luMtatol tlmu by iho following Incident vliloli is ULun froui nn old book ol Olir.niislca iif r srncrntlon that liai long fnH) possetl from Urn stage of no tlvo lifo : A wholesale ilrng-glst of jondoii, whe lintl many rnntoinrni in tlio conntrj (onus, mid aloiii tiiatnnt civic; tlttririf n summer's miuMo chnuccd to llnJ him rpjf in n largo town wlie.ro woro at least n dozen nfrntliociriM who hnd, nt rnri ons tltm, bought goods nt hliri. Think ing to cement frieutlahiiis, to puss t pleasant evening, nnd nt tho nmd litrif profit hia own IniMnexs, ho rosolrcd t mnke a grand fon,t nnd invito them nl to partnVo of hit hospitality. So ho ar ranged it with his ho3t, nnd issued hit cards of invitation tho card to A.I, Biuiply imiting him to tho supper as an individual, nnd savinj' thing about n...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 March 1883

i titmot onfinl ' r VOLUME X.-NUMBER510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 129. Send - Halli i Stmi-Mtth(ii2nltriorournaI W. P. WALTON, T. t: WALTON. Editor and Proprietor - ' Buelnttt Manager Fubtleheit THcmtnu ntiif lYIittty, HuToo ii3it A.Nivim. yTInigilon't rniJ.Uni la t'SViatnl of au b- ftlrHoo. eicept la mats thnre.ant then of de nominations not neer three cents, How They Play the Piano in Ntw Orleans. "I wm loufiiiB around tho trctt lost night," said Jim Nelson, nno ol tlio oldest locomotive engineer run ning into Now Orleans, "and as I had nothing to do I dropped into a concert and heard a slick-looking Frenchman play a piano in a nay that mado mo feel over in spots. As eoon ns ho fat down on tun stool I know by tlio way ho handled himself that ho understood tho machine ho was running. Ho tapped tho kojs'awaj up ono end, just as if thoy wore gauge and 'ho wanted to see if he had water enough. Then ho looked up, as ii he wantod to know how much steam h...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 March 1883

MMI1MM..,JMMMWMMMMMMMMMMIMWWSM1M''M,'','1 t fc I 1 U! ' t twii-McffiBnfcrior30MmaI Tuesday Morning, - - March 13,1883 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tub ltcnublican State Central Com raUtco resolved at thoir mooting to Louisville, that it State Convention shall bo held In Lexington, May 23d, at 12.H0 i. M., for thu purposo of nominating n candidate for the offico , of Governor and for other State offi cer, to be voted for at the August election, 1883, and for such other bu siness as may canio before tho conven tion, tho representation in tho conven tion to be upon tho basis of ono delo gato fur every ono hundred votes cast for tho Republican Presidential elec tors in 1880, and ono delegato for ev ery fraction of ono hundred votes over fifty so cast. It was further re solved that tho counties in tho State ba earnestly requested to hold meet ings and send delegates to tho said Stato Convention, and each member of the committeo is instructed to see that tho counties in their respective districts...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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