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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

i M Semi 'WetUii J. W. Wi 500 Oftbnovtwt atjlee aud cult. We J OF CLOTHING JIT O antrfuif jurafnal VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, K FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 238 UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS j&JT!' FOREIGN a DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Covers the Entire Range of Leading Staples ! usriErw & high isrovELTiBsi Comprising all of the Newest Ideas in Fabrics and Combination in Colors. French Cashmeres in all colors, Silks in all colors. Cut Cashmeres, White Goods in all the New Novelties, India Linens, Persian Lawns. Swiss Plaids, Quilts, Crashss, Tow3l3 Ticlcinn Muslin, Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen, Nottingham, Lace Sets Pillow Shams, New Spring Shawls, ' NOTION, II AMHIKIICIIIEF.N IX ALL NTYLES, LADIES' ItTJIUEIt CIUCIIUIIS, KICK HACK, PINS, BUTTONS, HOSIERY, SILK LILE AND COTTON. thvk r.tccnrit mattko. Dr. Martin, of Boston, wu tlio first American physician who, in view of ,tho dangnr nttonding tho uo o! vaccina vinu taken froin tho human body, experimented successfully ti...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

Intt riorloumal )9taAfbrd, Ky., April 4, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The war'n all over appirently at Cincin. ttiti and the remit of the three daya of destruction and terror is thus graphically .NBiutd up by the Commercial Gaxttc: Firat, we have saved our jiilful of extra. We have killed 48 Innocent wen, and wounded and maimed 145 more, all to ave our jailful of murderers. We hava horned our fine Court-house, with the reconUof three quarters of a century, creating confurion which a whole generation will not suffice to settle, but what is tkat by the side, of a jailful or saved from the popular excitement? "We have coverled a justly pipular impulse gainst the ptostratlon of the law belorc crime, into a war between an unorganized people, incenied to acta of blind vengeance against the authorities who kpled them to protect the murderer. We have planted in the people's minds a caue nf innocent blood crying from the ground but we have saved our Jailful of murderer. We made a fortress around the r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

t interior Journal Stanford, Ky., April 4, 1884 reu LOCAL NOTICES. at Buy Pjlints of renny A McAliiter. LiNDitrrits garden weda t McRolxrta & KtaKR Landiietiib Garden Seeds at Penny A McAll.ter'i. J oh. Haas Hog Cholera Cdre. Penny A McAllater o!e age nta. Cwnr. your account with Fennjr A by rwh or nolo Brand new Mock of every thine In the Jewelry line at Penny A MoAlUter'i. Hoi.tir, cattle, rtierp and poultry powder for eale ly Mcltoht r(a A Blagg. NEwahadea of ready inlied painti for spring Irade at McKolerta A Stagg's. Watch, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliiter. Fob Pai.e, a new uprlghl,J. A C. Pitcher piano. Apply at intekior Joiunal or net' Naw and full Mock of Fiihltu Tackle of every variety jut received at Mcltoberta A HtiRK'K. Fok coiigha, colda, Ac, uoe Compound 1 By'rup While Pine. Put up in 25c and 50c buttle. Trial Mm 10c. Mcltoberta A SUM. ......... PERSONAL Col. Til tw W .Miller went to Richmond vivlerday. Mi&jkh J. W. 11a yden and K. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

Stanford. Ky., Apr 1 4, 1884 Tuentlav Fritlnv, eta.oo xeh a.iviyu:u When pill trlctly In ulnace. II we hire to -alt any time. 82.00 will be charged. noo axjj iiojiixr. A 1'ltn for More JUtcuilrd Coniumptton. A Bnnitrvinn quotes a. statement from tho Now York Herald that "a New York journalist, who had for many years lwcn afflicted with dyspepsia so that he could not oat oven tho moat delicate fruit, receutly visited Arizona, and fouud that ho could cat fried calt pork three times a day," and comments upon it as follows : Had ho tried tho samo diet beforo going, possibly ho would havo fared quite as Atoll. Ho might havo require'd a few trips to Coney inland or Long lleach and luck, or a daily walk before dinner from Printing House Square to his up town home, to stimulate his appetite, when he would havo found tho samo good effects from fried salt pork in Now York as in Arizona, By "fried salt iork" we would bo understood as recommending it or somo other kind ol food containing .i fau...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

- jjnttnor Journal Stanford, Ky Aiml 4, 1884 W.P. WALTON. I. A ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train folng North U SO r. w. Houih.. ......... IMr.M. nprrt train" Houlh - ... . IMa.m. " worn .. i s a, h. iioxa. r en. ia moillx. Hot where the jolon dewi dliUD, Which tiring much m to men, Ehall oui brimming rImm fill, An J J rin V uid fill if tin. Dm we aliall rpiaff lit mlr par, Wlilrh fprkln In the wf, Tborn iln tight o iwort dotli health imtOT And far miuotm lb gnre. Water, Iron Rift cf bcarn Uioa art J Without U17 mllatobkM, Eaith wrre a dmrrt and inau'a hfart Could no'rr find barplnMa, HnannoKA' Onovr, 111. STAllVIXU TO JI'IX A U'lFE. It was a July afternoon. Tlireo men nat on the veranda of tho village liotol. Their foot were on tlio balcony roiling, their chaira were tilted back and they were fanning thcniKolvcH. Thcuo men were Judgo Uarron, County Judge, Panum Miller nnd Col. Gherkin, a retired militin ofllcor, on no pay. Not 0110 of them would neo hit 50th birthday, for I hoy hnd pu...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 4 April 1884

m Stauford, Kj, - Apr U. 1884 Padded Women. A writer i the California JVeua 2tfw nay?: ' I remarked a I at the window ' that afier nil Sao Franci'co women are the moi rtlinh .IreMert anywhere to be seen their figure o alim and yet to round and lsrfeclly in prop:rtIon,aet off the exquisite toilelR admirably. 'Etery woman feemn to have a pretty ships,' I remarked, innocently, 'therefore thereia little credit to you for the perfect fits you mike.' Madiiu looked at me in eurpnee: Do you not know that we have, more bother . orcr thess aame Ogurea than making a doren drew en?' he went on. 'A womin comet here aj flat a a pan c ike no bust, 'Here ! velvet and no hip, no anything. cuitomer. 'Make me an brocade,' cay my elegantly fitting dreai and of course you will htve to make my figure first.' 'Then I build up the figure, several sheet of wadding are pinned over tho hip and it ttkoi quite a time to unke the prop er nhnpe. Thfii he iwoiu 01 me comei biinz perfectly empty, ia neatly red with...

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 April 1884

V, s V jlemi Item to 55? ntefio jjmfm $4k VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1884 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 239 $nlcrior$ounml W.JP. WALTON. i'uliUtihvtl Tiicmlnyii ' 83. OO XM21L A.Nivum Wbm pall atrlclly la advance. II we line to iUOT tlrat, 83..10 will bechiwd. GE0.0. BARNES in ENGLAND XIIA.IBX3 rrHLJa X.OUI" 102 SiiAriCLr.wKi.tf Lank, DAI-STON, IlMKIN, B Mah 121, 1881. Vtr Inttrtof (OutitlauaJ from Uit Inu.) Our Caledonian Itoad meetinK cloaed in bleiaing with n termon on lie 21 coining of our dear LOIU). A precious vretk of aervlcf -all too ah'irl lor the biit reiullH. Dut we muat oloe when our expires and wait for the "good time cowing," when we ahatl b unfettered aa lo coming aud itolng hjr "couiuiltlee," 'boarda," 'palor" or what not. Sunday, March Uih. Licgin at Ilromltv le lhw, In n IltptUt Uliftiwcle, of which Hro. V. T. I.unbotirne i pAnlor. It I new atructure, neaiing 1,-00 and holding 1, 600 and ooe of the netted audience-room I hive een. llro. Lmibournt 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. — 8 April 1884

ntcriorourimI dtwderd, Ky April 8, 1884 W. P. WALTON. BnfATOH Gaiinett haa oflerrd a bill, which is made ttie special order for the 10th iaat, to regulate the number of peremptory ttllfigcfl and the manner of electing in felony cases. We have not seen a eopyof this bill, but we truit it provides for a reduction of the number of challenge!) tee defense to the number allowed Aeroeecution, at any rate to cqualixe thaw. Aa the law now stands, the counsel ler law-breaker can almost pack tho jury in laTorofbis client, or at least secure 0tgh men of a fellow feeling to see that so verdict is made utiles It be of acquittal. A till embracing these ideas has been presented in the Ohio Lrgislatiite and there is erery reason that it will pass. We do hope oar Legislature will redeem Itself by doing likewise and thin cite the law-abiding men a chance. - The question of holding another Fre Association is being agitated and in the csaaection the Shelby ville Sentinel makes tfeo best suggestion we 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. — 8 April 1884

4 1 V i I Gr f f5J Stanford, Ky., Expreaa train" Houth worn April n, 1884 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill trln going North ... " Houth... ...... -U AO P M. t )'r 1 01 A.M. 1 U 4. If. L0CALNOTICES. HOT Paihts of Fenny A McAliater. LNimrriis Rardmeffda at McKoWrta A Klaus'. Limmrnia Garden Benin at Fenny A McAIUterV Joe. Haas Hok Cholera Cur p. Penny A McAliater aole agent. CLoar. your account with Fenny & by caih or note Hkanp new alock of eery thins; in lite jewelry lineal Penny A MoAllaier'a. HoiirtE, cattle, aheep and poultry powder for nalt by MuitoUrta A Htagic. NEwahadc of ready mixed paint for eprlng trade at Mcllubert & SIhrk'i'. Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. Pon Bale, a new uprlKht.J, & 0. Fichr nlano. Apply at interior Joijanal rW New and full ttock of Tackle of every variety just received at Mcltoberta A Fon cotiKha, cold, Ac, tue Compound Byrnp White Pine. Pill up In 25c and 60c boll lee. Trial air 10c. Mcltoberta A m PERS...

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 April 1884

Vttllf Stanford. Ky., Apr 1 8, 1884 Lakeside Musings. "Dj you retlly lore uie, Berjl7" A pair of soft, luntrouii eye, looked up inquiringly into the face of Harold Wyer ue, arid over ihc sweet, clrlish face a wave of pallor, quickly followed b a suniiT nmile as she an bjr the expression of Harold's free that his question had not been caked In Beriounesg. "How you frightened me," alie aid, nestling close beside him in the confiding, trustful way that is so characterise of the-woman when she is about to lay pipe for a new bonet. "If you had been io earnest, Harold, I believe your words, would have broken my heart " and stepping to the other side of the conservatory, into which they had wandered after the last waltz, she gated steadfastly out into the deepening gloom of a November night. Poor little birdlin," said Harold to himself, "how midly she loves ruel My words, even though spoken in jest, have efljeted her strangely, and she steals away for an Instant to bide the tears that can ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 11 April 1884

r rt r Stint "9 M U ititfio anfttai VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL II, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 240 W. P. WALTON. nbtthril Tuemlitw and Frtdnvn, aa.oo xKit annum. When paid strictly In advance, tf we hits to waltanr time, 83. BO will bo charMil. LETTER -ROM KANSAS. Peahi.ktti:, Kansax, March i'J, 'St. HJUor Inlf ot Journal The Intkiuok Jouhnai. come to u fresh and newnjr I ice a week, ami U at wavaa welcome vlaltor to our diatant We-tern home. All other piper are laid ailile until tt i read. Lorn; may it proupcr and linld up for the good and put down orii I'erhap few line in it column will not full to Interest aome of your a'lonn and rradera, who may have fiirndn in tliin part of the moral vineyard, braide I have len Oiled with eotnewhat of a deoire to ay a UimhI word lor our S.ale ever nine I noticed in a recent iue of the Joi'itXAi. that a certain vounvj nun, who wait reared not a hundred mile (rum Stanford, alter comiDK probably m far wet an KantaaCilv and re m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 11 April 1884

ntmoroumaI Stanford, Xy., April 11, 1884 W. P. WALTON. .After Judge Owsley, we were heart and oat (or Mr Knott for the governorship, and made no bones of saying so. We that he was the proper man to lift Kentucky out of the slough into which Blackburn had placed her and that he weald see the laws executed, reletting to lbs rear for four years, at least, the silly seatiaaentality that had marked his r's reign. We were more for him than when we read in his inaugural address tfa following, relative to the pardoning .power: I trust it will not be declared improper far me to declare here, distinctly atid irrevocably, that in no case will I grant a par den or remit the penal consequences of a ritninal offense, unless I shall be fully a thorough and impartial examination of all the circumstance, that it would be unjust to the convict, or in some aanncr detrimental to the public interest, to carrv into execution the penalty of the law. Upon no other principle, in my judgment, could I posiibl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 11 April 1884

i k l f I V Jfta Stanford, Ky., April 11, 1884 ,U. LOCALTIME CARD Hall train going North.- 12 80 r, x. South ... 1 M r. , EiprcMtrtln" Houth 101a.m. ' " Norh .. 'i S3 a.m. LOCAL NOTICES. Boy Paints of Penny A MoAliiter. Landkkths garden Mttla at Mcllolxrta Lanukrtiib Ginlen Bccdii t Penny A McAlintrr'i. Jos. IIaab Hojr Cholera Core. Penny A McAliMer role Agenta, , Cloue jour account with Penny A Mo Allatrr by raih or note. IIiiand new alock of every (hit)K in the Jewelry line at Penny A IJiMttfr:, cuttle, abcqi and oultry powder for rale ly .McltobtrU A Htngg, Ncwrhade of ready tnlitd paints for spring trade at Mcltobert A StaggV. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliiler. Fon Sale, a new upright. A C Fischer piano. Apply at Jouanal of Nr.w and full itock of Tackle of etery Yariely juit received at A Si (-(' Fon cough, colda, Ac, use ConitKHind Syrup White Pine. Put up In 2fic and 50c bottler. Trial aire 10c. Mcilobertii A b'targ, PERSONAL. W II. Mai.r.u...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 11 April 1884

11 Stanford, Ky., Soma April 11, 1884 Curiosities of the Gorernment at Washington. Next to the President cf the United States the best paid Federal official ia the Cleric of the Supreme Court. The States of Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Nevada, Oregon, Rhode Inland and Vermont have lew than one-half the population of Illinois, but have the same number of representatives in Congress twenty-two. Pennsylvania his a larger number of To't Offices than any other State. Not a clerk in the Tension Office in this city draws less than $1,000 a year salary, the average for the 1,173 clerks being $1,-294. Even the copyists get $900 a year. These clerks have light labor and short hours. The average salary of the Railway Post Office clerks throughout the country is only $977 a year. These men work hard at the most trying labor and have long hours. Kichty years ago North Carolina had as many repreasntalivea in Congress as New York. North Carolina now has nine, or one less than she had in 1800, whil...

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 April 1884

Mems 'VeeUu 1 T" ' ' ' ' . .,-.- ,...,. I VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. eltln $ntcrior$onrn;tl w. P. WALTON. iM&Ntnf THtemlata attti FrlAnvB, AT- ta.OO lI3Il ANNUM Whn paid atrlctly In advanre If we hare to wait nv time, 83.00 will b cbanlsd. 6EQ. O.BARNES in ENGLAND IltA.M12 THIS XO!tl' 102 .SlIACKLKWCU. LaNE, IUwton, Lonikw, K. Mah 1:3,1881. iVir Iht trior: tCbatlnutd from last liius.) Piiuiav, Mrch 11th. Hubert and KJlth catne in for their weekly visit to spmi the day am! night. We all went down to Westminster Abler and heard a Lenten choral service. We went specially to nee the beautiful bunt of out own jot Longfellow, lately set up, ait an exception- al mark of honor, in thin treasure house of Knglish valor and genius. It is a tribute well-deserved a well as gracefully accord. d To ne, he n the poet of poela head and shoulder above them all, in bin magic touch of the Inner chord of the soul-life And lie never publinhed a tame and mean- ingle line much less, an impure one in all the...

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 April 1884

I Btwaford, Ky., April 15, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. The Gar nett bill, we have ascertained, the peremptory challenges of the Commonwealth in selecting jurors to four Mid the defendant to eight and change the saaaner of the selection to that which preTailsintheU.8. Courts. This bill is oed enough o far as it goes and we trust -that the House will follow the Sonata's 3d and pass it, but while they are at it Ohey should reducs the number of causes for which a juror can be challenged. existing statute, a man is who has heard or read about the case sad formed an opinion, even though he swears that he can give the defendant a fair trial and thut evidence will change his opinion. The effect of this is to almost prohibit intelligent men from serving as be stupid indeed juror, lor a man must who does not form an opinion of some kind from the statement of any case. Change the law in this respect, too, and give intelligence a chance. A city scribbler, be he never so unworthy for journalistic duties...

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 April 1884

t o Inferior! wmral Stanford, Ky., April 15, 1884 l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill trln going North 12 to r. w. Mouth ... IMr.u. Express train" South m.. 101 a.m. " HOrh ............... ... 1 N A.M. The slate It calculated on standard Unit, time It about 20 minute faster. LOCAL NOTICES. Holir Buy Paimts of Penny A McAilater. Landhktih garden etda at Mcltoberta &8laKR LANonmis Garden 8ed al Penny & McAliatrr's. Jew. Haah Hoc Cholera Cure. Penny A MnAllater role amenta. Close your account with Penny ft by caah or note. HiUNi) new Block of etery thin In the jewelry line at Petiny A McAllater'a. Home, cattle, aheep and poultry jhw. dcr for aale y McKoberta & BlaRC Newaliadea of really railed paint' for apring trade at Mclloberta AHliggV. Watoiiek, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. I'ok 8ALr, a new upriicht.J. A C. Fiecher piano. Apply at Ixtkhiok Jouanai. of. fice'l N'r.W and full Mock of Fuhintr Tackle of every variety just received at Mclioberl A ...

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 April 1884

K 5ttchInInfcrioronrnaI Stanford, Ky., - - April 15. 18S4 The Beautiful Some Day. When cared overshadow us and we grow weary undo: the burden of ererj day drudgery, when the gray nnd cheerless clouds of monotonous toll hover over us and make us sick at heart; when our eyes are heavy and our hands are tired, nnd our souls moved out in their musings, there is ono thought that comus to us with a grain of comfort, one little gleiun of sunshine truggltng through the pall of glooom tho anticipation of a some da, when we hall be happier, a some day when rest and peace and sweet content shall take the place of pain and sorrow. Ah! that beautiful some day. "Who, of all the busy millions that swarm the earth to day hu not fixed hia eyes on some point in the future where he will find rest and lhappinesa. We have our phantoms, all of us, and some day we hope to overtake them, borne day we hope to achieve our favorite objects and consummate our fond desires. Wc scheme and plan and labor to some ...

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. — 18 April 1884

I" Semi Wukm ntefta lottftral. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1881 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 242 $ntmor$ourmtl W. P. WALTON. Tucattay ana JFrtitvt . S3.00 X331l ANNUM Wktapald itrlellr In advance. If wa hire to wait anv time, 3.0O will bt chsraad. A Tribute ef Lore. How much wa have alwava admired the UnsaiK of that beautiful old aortic "What it home without mother," hut never until our own home u rsladt rleaolate by the lota of that dear parent, could we enter in-to its touching aen time nt. How lonely the honra now teem to )ta, an. I how uiuch wa BtfM her from the family circle; how tear unbidden itart an we look at the arm chair, and especially as we look upon the old, familiar family Ihhle with iU well-worn claarv. and ila time tarnished VWi bo oftn be we Men her radiant with joy while perilling it" acred leave, and of Clod' love to nun, not only in the gift of 111 Hon, but alao in the jrcioua promtae a.ivn in Hit word which ahr ao often tald wm an "a lamp to her...

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. — 18 April 1884

h his Intcriorloimral Staaford, Ky April 18, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Cincinnati in perhaps the craziest citr on (becircumfeiencoof the globe. la the the matter of rpectaclea and shows it claims monopoly. Having beaten nil the inland districts in the matter of a flood baying plucked the pluoiea of in the way of a riot having annihilated the Noachic record in the exhibitions of the "Zoo" having changed religion into politic, and politics into a farce haTing inaugurated a dramatic festival and Bad Boy having instituted a hotr for the collection of every cur of high and low degree in tha land and decorated the winners with gorgeous and costly prettiums haying gone wild over the bfMiiea and merits of a congeries of caterwauling felines having established a (still for prizes) of babies and babies' mothers, it has culminated in a ring to the exhibition of wooly-headed, bow-legged, Imagination falters in the attempt todivine what will be the next phase of this madness. The mania htm been alarmin...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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