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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 May 1884

il V ' JbemiSllfchlinteriorournnI Stanford, Ky., Hallt HID going North. " " Boulh. KtprMitriln" Houth . . ii Nurli.., to order. May 2, 1884 t.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 12 60 r. m. 1 56 r. x. 1 01 A. M. Tho Iioto l calculated OH atatidarvl lliue. Bolar Uinela.iUiitU) minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES." ltn i'AlNTUofPenur & McAHater. LanhetiI8 Krdtn edi at tcIU)berln & aim'. Iamwiktjis Garden Seeds at 'Vniiy A McAlial rV. Joh. iUab Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlmter o!e BRenta. C'mmi your account with l'tniiy A Me.-A 1 later 1 y cuali or noti'. KlUN.) new nlock of every thing In the jewelry Kneat l'enny A McAlialer'a. IIoh.l, cattle, ahecp ami iKiultry ponder for .te ly McKoberta A Stage of ready railed alnt for aprini? tra Jc at McKoberta A HtaggV. Watch m, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. Ton Ha. e, a new upright,.!. A C Fincher pinno. Apply at Intkiuok Jouaiul of fice' Nr.w nn full ftock of Firliliu Tiickle of every variel) just received at McItobert...

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 May 1884

WJU Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., May 2, 1884, LINCOLN COUNTY. (From W, II. Miller's Fcal Estate Journal 1 Badly needed tit Stanford a mill. It would live long nnd pros Per . Ko county in Kentucky has made greater progress in population and wealth since 170 than Lincoln. See the statistic. England, Holland, Gormauy and Switzerland are represented in the immigration to Lincoln couuty during tho last four months. Lincoln county continues in the lead as the lowest taxed county in the State. No county surpasses her in this respect and only one, Bourbon, equals her. Lincoln county haa 56 miles of railroad and 124 miles of turnpike. Over one hundred bridges span her water courses. Her internal improvements cost over 82,000,000. In 1870 the population of Lincoln county was 10,947; in 1880, 15,080. (See census- reports.) It is now over 17,000. There has been a great immigration to the country from every direction. There is no inland town or city in Kentucky more eligibly situated and 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. — 6 May 1884

Mend 'VeeUii S n(criorourn;iI W. P. WALTON. lultiUctl Tiienlitv da.OO XBtt mm it Vfifnia, A.ZVXVUM. Whan paid Krlcttr In advinr. If we have wait any tlnie,3.B0 will b chanted. A firm in Pittaburg, IV, haiheen unnufaeturinz t,'ln texlle fabric during tho put twelve or eighteen month?. A rod oi'glam several feet long Hnd half nn inch in diameter and ho.ted to the proper degree, ia attached at one end to a large, r.'.pidly revolving wooden druia and thereby drawn out to a fine thread. Thin process is repeated till enough glass has been epun, when it is wound on bobkina and woven liko cotton, llax or ilk, Tho are very beautiful and pliable. The gl&s they are made of ia jl made very eoft by the addition of lead. He waa a young lawyer and wa delivering hia maiden speech. Like moat young lawyer, he was thrid, rhetorical, scattering and windy. For four weary hour he at tho court and jury, until everybody felt liko lynching bim, When he got through, hia opponent, a grizzled old arose, lo...

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 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. May G, 1884 The republican of Kentucky like those of Georgia evidently believe that this is a white man's country and white men mu mle it, for they ignored the claim, of 50,-000 colored voter to representation in tbo Bute delegation to Chicago, notwithstand log Bcroggin?, the colored apirant, wa both deserving and worthy of the so tailed honor. The "elected were W. O Bradley, Walter Evan, V. and John "W Lewis, the negro being shoved off to an alternate t'lace. lhe plitforni adopted i very verbose and boiled down and is as follows: It reaffirms the principles of the national convention of 1880; expresses grief at the death of Garfield; indorse Arthur's administration and looks with pleasure ou the record of the republican party in maintaining the inlegri ty of the government and in protecting .American industries. A free billot i and all fraud denounced, as is the democratic Confess for precipitating the tariff discussion at an inopportune time for the bu...

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 May 1884

& Stanford, Ky Mail sin going North rou i a Espres strain" South H Norh PERSONAL. . May , 1884 . & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . .12 M r. m, 1 W r. w. .... 1 01 A.M. ..... 2 S3 A. U. Tbo lore li calculated on sUudsrd time Mucin .(tout 20 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. tfolir Hat Paints of Pcnnr A McAlinler. La.Vjiiictih garden seed l McKobert A SUM'. Lanmieths Garden Beeiln at ''ennr A JIcAlinttr'c. Jew. iIaasHok Cliolerii Cure. Penny A McA' inter cole ".nenta. Clohl your account with Penny A Mo Allnter l y cah or nolo. 8oha water with pure fruit fivor at Mcltobertn A tUnw't. IiiUN.t new dock of every thine in the jewelry Jmcat Penny A McAliaterV Huhta, cattle, heep and poultry powder for Kale by Mcltobirla A Burr. New of ready mixed paint for iprinK tra it at McKoberts A Watcher, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and wnrn oted by Penny A McAliater. Foil 8a. e, a new upright,.!. A C Fischer piano. Apply at I.ntcuioii Jot'ANAL office New ami full clock of Firhlni Tackle of every variet) jut...

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 May 1884

H. . rv 1 i S1 1 M..-...! ' HKI'0H3IEIi IX A WKT.h. niCnOrSUUUWl Bamrnh iu New Jomy lives a j fanner of such Bocial hnbita that hw Stanford, Ky - May 6, 1884 coming homo intoxicated win ouco no ' unusual thing. Ilia wifo urged him in - - - vato to tako tho pleilgo. UOrernor Mrcarr. " Whv. vnti 'Mil, w.vii.1 n.v rii Among the resolution", ndopted by the Madtaon county democracy thi in regard to Got. McCreary occur: That with pride and pleaaure, we. the democracy of Madiaon county, present to the democracy ofthm Coii2reitniil district our citizan, Hon. J. B. McCreary, ai our candidate for tho democratic nomination for Congreaa. His eminent public service as Representative in the Legislature from this coSnty for three consecutive teriiu, as Speaker of the House for two terms and as Governor of the Commonwealth, his stainless character, public and private, his large experience in public at-fairs and thorough knowledge of the exigencies of the political situation, inspire ua with confide...

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 May 1884

Stml "9 ill -' jmfefiif 5m mtftmL VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FEIDA Y, MAY 9, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 249. $nicrior$ounml W. V. WALTON. fubltthrit Tuvtdav unit Friday, 03.00 XEIt ANNUJ1 Whan paid ttrlctlr la advance.. II w hire (a wilt anv tlm, t3.no will be. ch tried. LEAP YEAR. tl'or llir Inrsatoii Joua.vAL. The following account of an affair in a dinlant town will no doubt caur our young gentlemen to with they "had been there too." We had hoped that one of our fair eacorta, to whom we are indebted for the pleiiurs of attending our firel le ip year party, would favor the public with a notion of the occasion, but at the e'eventh hour, we are told, no tich communication had been received, We aru unwilling ouch an event ihould be thui ignored and hence it devolve on u at leant to Attempt a description of that en evening. Kail in the week we inferred from a certain uijHlrriou. of all the clan to a rendrzroun at the room of the Mlci T , that something ol a pleasing nature wm under ditc...

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 May 1884

nor Stanford, Ky., May 9, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Noiay and Domonstrativo but Good Humored Withal. Watterson nntl n Tariff for Hevcnuo Only. CAHLISU: KECOMMKSIIKU VOM VKEIDET. Fhankfort, May Slh. A more noicy or unruly net of men than that which compos-ed the democratic convention would be hard to imagine and the wonder is how o bappr twult could have been reached, that bo much order could have come out of chaos and confuoion. Good humor however prevailed and nobody wag hurt, even if time wis mercileeely slaughtered. There are men who aeek the chance of a conven lion to air themselves nnd as usual that data ot in its work, if not nobly, with a good deal of vim. Preliminary to the work of the conven lion, the various district delegates met at Jl A. M. Wednesday and decided on their plans. The 8th organized by the selection of Judge K. T. Jacobs as chairman and J.K.Mrre,ofthe Danville Advocate and B. J.Newlon.ol the Richmond Herald secretaries. Col. W. G. Welch was un...

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 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., Mall sin going North,. . . emum nprflraln" Houth .. . . ' ' ' Norh May 0, 1884 l. if. LOCAL TIME C Aft D. , . U BO p. ti. I M r. xt. .... l ot . XI. 1 S3 A.M. Tlie bore is calculated on standard time, time li .(lout 10 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. lioi Paints of Penny A McAllaler. Solar LA.v.'itLTHs ijardcn eenla at MoRoberta AKtapi'. LANhittmi1 Garden Seed at 'Vnny A McAlKtir'x. Jo .Iaab Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A Mi A'iMer eo'.e amenta. t'l.rm your account with Penny & I y rah or nolc. Hon water with pure fruit fiavora at McKuberia Sr Hukk'h Bha.v.) new atock of eeery thing In the jewelry line at Penny A McAliater'e. Hoi.hk, cattle, aheeji and Kultry pow. der fcr c e ly McKobtrt A StagR, Nr.iv kKmIch of ready mixed paints for print; traie at McKoberta & Stigg'a. Watch d, Cloclca and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny & McAliater. Pen a. n, a new upright,.1. A C. Fiicher piano. Apply at Imkiuor Jot'ANAL office Ni.u ami full flock of Fiflilnz Tackle o...

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 May 1884

ak' Stanford, Ky., May 9, 1884 THE COQUETTE Kile Linden waa the prettied creature in tho world. On evening I IntroduceJ my brother to her a young, fresh -hearted, bandeouie boy nod without dciay he proceeded to fall in lovo with her. She danced with him twice and gave him hern on! bouque' to hold half the evening Poor Albert! How pleaded he looked! I win pleased, too. In.te.d of warning him against the indulgence jf dangerous I encouraeed hia wild fancier, How was I to know it wis a Circc'u cup ebft held to his lips-? At the end of a week he wan as far gone as it was possible for a young man to be. She could make him bluoh, eigh, pale, tremble at the round of her voice or the lightest wave of her hand. At the end of two weeks he had reached the point when it is said of youngster in lave, "abe can wind him round her little finger," and at the c!o ol the third week there must hive been a scene. Tasking through the hall I met Kute, a little flushed, and looking, I thought, a little exu...

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 May 1884

Sent ftiiefio Imtfn&l VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 18, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 250. W. P. WALTON. JPubltahetl Ttiemtnv ami JFWrfniss, tgta.oo x2ii annum. Wku paid strictly In advance. If we hare to wait anv time, 83.50 will ba chanted. The Negroes of the North, The Rf nerl Rood nnre displayed by the coloted citiiens who met Uat week at burg wan particularly conspicuou In the reftiMl of the conference lo make ileelf over to the republican party. The nruroen of the North are ''rginning to ree clearly and to "7 boldly that the alleged debt of grati tude due by their race to the republican party dor nut amount to political vaimuI' age. forever. Kvery cnch declaration of independent manhood 1" a good Ij(n, for it mark the progress of our colored fellow citizen toward a correct undentanillng of American principles. Them are forma of bidr that from which the negro were emancipate! twenty-one yeam ago There are ahacklm not of iron, whip laahe of other than the plantation typ...

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 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., May 13, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The demand fur the old ticket, at least tbe Tilden part of it, we found by convers ing with representative democrat from all oTerthe Stale, amounts almost to unanimity ad Lad a resolution to instruct for it been offered in the Siato convention, it would have been carried li a rising vole. Xo other man has such a hold on the people jus Tilden and if he will consent to the use of his name he (Mil he again elected to the office he was not permitted to hold. Since the defeat of the Morrison bill, the call for him ha increased and it begins to look like the New York .Sun's proposition that the Chicago convention shall nominate him and await his reply will be adopted. Chairman Winchester had a rough old experience in presiding over the democratic convention in Frankfort. He had suae of the Time' idea of the essentials of a good presiding oflicer, namely, "a sound liver, Rood diction, a big belly and a voice like that of a boiler manufactory" and c...

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. — 13 May 1884

Btaaford, Ky., May 13, 1884 Hall 1. iN. LOCAL TIME CARD. In goto. North 12 M r. u. rouin M . i'iii r.mro. drain" &ulh 101a.m. Noth TIio love li mlculatwl on standard lluie. time li .ibout 20 ml mi In fjttter SUr LOCAL NOTICES. Hoi Paintb of PentiT h MoAiinler. LaniMiktiu ciiriltn feed l McKoberta Lanukktiis O.nlen Fetdn it JVnnjr & McAliatrrV. J(W. (Iaas Hor Cholera Cure, i'ennj & McA'wter sole Ktntn. Cm1, your account with 1'ennjr & Mo Alinter y cash or note. Soda water with pure fruit flavor at Mcltobert k IJiiah.j new alock ofeferjr lhln In the jewelry Jmeat I'enny ,v MeAliaterV. IloitSt., cattle, aheep and tHJiiltrr powder for nale by SIcHoberl it NKwxkideii of ready mixed pint for spring traie at Mcftoberli A Stajcu'e. Watch C8, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by IVmit A McAlinter. Nrw ana full tocW of Firlmu Tackle of every variety just receiver! at .Mc Robert A Hah1 Uojt I lleuinly ued by the Lent breeder thro, ulunit the country. A Mile cure and piei...

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. — 13 May 1884

H- Stanford. Ky., May 13, 1S84 LOWS POWER. "He wn more to me than a brother, I almost worshiped the bo; I He chorea friend and a confidant, although five years my junior. How hand'otue he witl Leone, your artist nou!" would hare barred before the fair beauty of hn face. Leone, you are a woman; tell me, how could a woman hare slain my broth ei?" Leone Ainley grew steadily whiter before her lover's wild, pissionate word-, steadily whiter until that dark, pamionate face of her was like a piece of sculptured marble. He, burning with the memories that had come to him in that hour, never noticed the emotion of the beautiful woman who waa his promised wife. "Hush, dearest, she pleaded, "no woman realizing what abe did could have done that of which you accuse her." "But she did, Leone! A woman I never saw, whose name I do not even know, while I wai absent in foreign land', won the warm heart of my poet brother. 11m as a lofty eoul. That woman won him to lavish the whole wealth nf his affect...

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. — 16 May 1884

y o' Sent H nicrioroumnl W. P. WALTON. Publlhtnt Ttirmfnym a tut Friday, a.OO XEIi A.NNUIV1 When paid strictly 1 adtsnce. If we hare Unr tin. Sa.SO will be charted. Sinn. to horae men of Itoyle wa the appearance of a notably fine bay colt b the aide of "Nellie Anderson," another one of Mr. A. K Hund-ley' thoroughbred marea. Thia cult wa aired by Fieldi & Kngleman'a "Metroo. itan," and haa ben glren the nnmiof"L HelleS" "Nellie Anderaon' haa a recorJ that deerrra brief mention, having in l.tr better daya worn the blue tie out of ninety four Fair ringa, auccrailrely. Khe ia now away up In her teena, but was shown at a nimber of Fair Wat season and on occasion won the priie over I. ncoln conn. ty'a favorite mare, "Katie MrAti'ter M Ir Dare ICgan, who haa ln r.'iiiirrii handler of fine horse for many rears, aaya thia colt of "Old Neil V la one of the very bet he ever I joked upon, and what he doesn't know about a horse ian't worth knowing at all. Laat Sunday nik' "n e r . r being th...

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. — 16 May 1884

Steuiford, Ky., May 16, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The elders appointed to ItiTesligate the cowhidioK ffir reported to tbe Christian church at Mt. Sterling that lh.it after due consideration they could find not the least phadow of an excuce or palliation for the annuli; that Corneilaon haa.hown no evidence of the repentance they deem necewary for uch an ofiene against the Church and tociety at large and Hint therelore the fellowship ol the Church in withdrawn from him and he in no longer a member f the congregation. Corn i Icon demands a new trial by an impartial committee and protests againt "the ex parte, tir chamber verdict." Somehow or other Oareeilaon i not making an much reputation as he imagined his cowardly act would brine him and he begins to feel that it fau brought disgrace instead The special grand jury appointed to the Cincinnati tiot and the causes leading to it hare reported. They found 54 indictments, the mot prominent being thatofMr. T. C Campbell, forottempt to bribe a jur...

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. — 16 May 1884

?f7fTAMnCiAnUvtftflftitrnnl oBUVftM hnln for young mm at the Leveral other. Ami yet In that incredibly HUrQiUuCIUJgnHnur(gUUnial (reRl Hnclr, Store. B. L I'owera & Uhort apnee of time ihey hare crowed uccin Stanford, Ky., Halt LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD, ln jolng North. iouin. Kmrwitraln" H.mlh. " " Norli Tilt bore U MiltuUtol on alamlaril tlui. time Is .(tout 20 minute faster LOCAL NOTICES. fevltr Btn Paijjts ofl'ennv & McAllrter. La.Viikktiis garden peeda at McKoberta & BigA LA.viiUKTilS (Union Feed at Penny & McAlirUfr'n. Jon. iIaas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlialer nolo agenta, C'lom your account with Penny A I y cah or note. b'oDA water with pure fruit flavor at McKoberta A Stig' IIran.) new 'lock of every thing In the jewelry line at IVnny A McAliiterV. IIoi.M, cattle, and twultry pow-der for 'ate by Mcltobtrla A Htagg. NEW'kudea of teady mixed paint' for prinK tr !r at McKoberta A 8irkV Watoii m, Clocki and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAll'ter. Foil...

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. — 16 May 1884

X nteriorourna! Stanford. Ky . - May HI, 1884 Synopsis of the Amendments to the Common Schcol Code in Kentucky, The common echr.ol law just enacted bjr the Kentucky I.?jj.islature contains eeveral new provision- of It ndili to the common achool fund the tax of twenty-two cents on ererr $100 worth of railroad property and euch a share of the special taxes paid by turnpike compjiue, bank and other corporations as twenty-two cents forms of the State leer of and a half cent; also, the entire annual tax on certain banks in which the State hss an The effect of this, according to an estimate by Auditor Hewitt, will be to increase the school fund by $170,000 per . - . . Instead 01 common commissioners there are to be in the future county superintendents, elective by tho people, and to be paid out of the county levy. The comniiMionira in 18S1 received from the State fund $36,650 ami since then the amount has been greater. This is so much added to the fund for teachers' atlarie and added to t...

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. — 20 May 1884

(,'" emi - W ill liitefio Aonftuu VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1884. NEW v. r. WALTON. I'ttfidHhril TtiONifdiM im( httlaunt When paid trlctlr In adrancs If we have to wait any lltiin, 93.no will b charred. Murder and Executions, In nil editorial in (lie April Century, entitled ' Mob or Mfgintrate," the following comparison in mmle between murder and the application of Jtmtice: "0er njcuinst the 1,000 murders of llic last jer, we hire the report of barely 9'A legal execution. Many of these mutt have been case in which the crime has laci committed during I8!2, white muiy of the rrlminala of 1S83 lind not jet been brought to trial. It i not, however, far from the truth to say that, while thirteen or fourteen hundred murder arn committed in this country rrrj year, fewir than a hundred of the murder atifler the extreme penalty of the law, When the willful slajer know that he ha thirteen chance out of fourteen of escaping the full penalty of the law, the deterrent Influenc...

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. — 20 May 1884

i ' i Stanford, Xy May 20, 1884 W. P. "WALTON. "Wad, Mad, forgive me dear wife, and Imetothe boy" These bitter words of dopairwere tha Ut written bj Judge Jticbard Reid (Worn blowinc out hi, own firiin with a pistol shot, and they tell a tale of agonizing woe that ntir to pity vrvtj true heart that read them Attacked for fancied wrong br ft cowardly brute in his own office, to which he had pine by apparently friendly invitation and dazed and atunned by blows with a nine from the buck, Judge Held submitted without to the loweot iudicnity that can be put upon a man a corhidine. Unlike tmme officer that have known, he was not breaking the laws that he had sworn to it defend by carrying a pistol and not being able, perhaps, to reit at the time of infliction the disgrace that had been heaped up on, him he carried into prac.ice hit religious and judicial obligations by refraining from going and shooting down in his tracks tfeodirty whelp that so richly deserved a iW'a death. This moral co...

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