Judge Richard Reid and JSS

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Judge Richard Reid and JSS - : BEGINNING HIS CANVASS. Judge Seld Starts Oat...
: BEGINNING HIS CANVASS. Judge Seld Starts Oat Upon, a Tour of Fence- Fence- . Fixing in Sis Eistct-He Eistct-He Eistct-He is - On to 8tay. C0RSELIS0T3 PROPOSAL . DISBEQABDED, f Btfcial to th OurivournaLl ,Mt. Sterling, April 23. Jud.e Reid has received a number of letters and telegrams from all parts of tbe State expressing condo lence. Among the number appear the names of Hons. YV. M. Beckner, Winchester; Ham ilton Pope, Louisville; B. F. Buckoer, Lox ington; Gen. John Kobols, W. O. Dodd and Pr. D. IV. Yandoll, Louisville; Revs. J. S. Sweeney, Paris; D. M. Potter, Owiugsville; Isaac Errett, Cincinnati. I Seeing Judge Reid at the depot this after noon, your correspondent asked him where be was going. He replied that he was just starting out on bis canvass, which had been much delayed; that he could not wait any longer. ; "Did you read the written proposition made by Cornelison and submitted to yon this morning through his attorney, Judge Hazelriggf" "I did, and gave the matter my consider ation. Say for me to the press that I de cline to receive it, both as a man and a Judge." , "How do you propose treating the statements statements of Cornelison which he is publishing against you" "I will in due season reply to them through the press, if I deem it advisable." "Have you any idea of withdrawing from the Appellate racef" "Not in the least. I am on to stay. 1 in tend to run it out, and to trust my vindica tion to the people, who, I am sure, will up hold and sus tain. me in my conduct." i The train interrupted our further conversation, conversation, and in a few minutes tne Judge was on his way westward to distant fields of his

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 24 Apr 1884, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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