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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 20 January 1885

Stanford, Ky., Worn., January 20, 1885 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Wall train ttolng Norlli .,..,....., ooiiin... KtPfMitrain" riouth... U 43 r. h. 1 SO r.u. ....... 1 12 l.Sf. ..... 4 UV A. If I The atiorn ! calculated on atandard tluie. tmel aluut 'rt uilnutci faster LOCAL NOTICES. Bolat Bur jour echool books from Peony & MoAliKler. Watch ra and Jewelry repaired on short notice nuil warranted or leaay .McAli ter. A C0Mfr.CTK tock of Jewelry, latet ntyjr. itocktoru watches a (pecinity. & McAIUter. PERSONAL. Mies Ruth Cuow is visiting her old ncho.ilmtte, MI"1 Hetijr Pennington, Mim Ritoiu 1'oiiTMAN cimo home from Hamilton College a few days ago on account of lckne. Mk8. Leo Havdeh and Mr. Dan Mil ler hare gone to Fort Worth, Teia, to risit their aifter, Mr.. Dddlejr Portwood. Mn. ami Mit. John 8. H unites tnotfd into their h,ndotne new houi1, next below the Chriotian church, ye'lenlny. Dit. J. B. Owsley was elected ono of the directors of the Pint National Dank of Klixabclbtown 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. — 20 January 1885

Z Z y;':1 7 iceliliiipteriorloarnal m Sk.autord, Ky.. January 20, 1885 A MOTHER SPEAKS. Laura OnrlfJid Carr. Tin) night dark, ob, dirk and droar, Ami h1IJv Autumn rain nro falllnj In mournful cries, far olT, I huar Tlid lotiMy night wind's atful calling IUA, clo) and Warm, In peaceful rest, My, In, be is tleopiug on rajr breast. lief licit breath flutters past my face; I foul tlm touch of silky trvsjos; t)ito hand in tnino hai found a place, I lioW it cloo with toft caresses. Wiat'bhro we for the stealthy rain. Or moaning night wind's dull refraiiil I move and nake; nobalu is here! Myjnrriu nro clasrol o'er empty spaco. Kur lii the little bed anoar 1)4 txicv'r bands the small form trace, Twirj AU' y ream except the rain, AritTMlcthii ... . night wind's low refrain. 1 know, I know my btby lios Far off benoath the cold, dark ground; Unslielterod from the wconinp skio?, With angry winds shrieking around; Mrdarllng aVr whoo life's short way Wo let no zephyrs toughly stray! 0 little Lead...

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. — 23 January 1885

Semi III iitefio 4$ amfmai I' VOLUME Xni. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 412 Fubltihcil Tiieaiiata ami Frlilny, ga.UU 11311 ANNUM Wasn paid strictly Id advance. II we bar to wall any time, t3,50 will ba chanted. VV. P. WALTON. A Bride Well Posltd. I bold tt to be a truth constantly eayeClsri Ihlle In the Cincinnati Enquirer, that trtrj man will defend a woman against all men except hinieeK, If you havn't no' iced ll already, jou have only to I uk fir it n hour or so in any place of mixture of the sexes. Cap your eyes on a pretty woman without male es cort, and two phenomenal will become ob vious Firstly, (herd will be a large auiiuot .f op:u and cirerl staring at her, to all of which her obliviousness I of course only annual. H.condly, if one of the atrtjri happen t ) realz that other are at the aime Kami he will manifest p'clnly hit disguu at ucb treatment of an unprotected bsauty, utterly ignoring hi own oflenre. A. husband and wife got inl a street car...

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. — 23 January 1885

II w w.aaeeHBlnbrioroarral Stwford, Ky.,- January 23, 1885 W. P. "WALTON. A Wabuinotom correspondent of a New York paper, after irnresllgatloo, find that otcx $300,000,000 have been paid out for fessiona in iho last fire. A bill ia pending & the House, and is likely to pw, K. .r.nnal amount $25 000.000. There varealco numerom private bllla which, in tlw fggrecate, will increase considerably the gross amount. Under the lawa already in force, and thoae that Congress hai manifested an intention lo p, the treasury will pay out in five years for pensions between $-100,000,000 and $500,000,000. The aaatter ia bfcoming alarming and if the thing continues both the tarifl and the revenue lax will have to be increased 4a eel current demand. It ia hijh time tfee effort to buy the soldier vote was partita. "Ths Senatorelect from New York , Hon. ."WHHam M. Evarla ia regarded as one of (faeaaoot learned jurists in the country. Sawaabornin 1818, graduated at Yale i 1837 and beginning the pract...

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. — 23 January 1885

4- &M8ftcehlg 3nttiiororwI St&aford, Ky., January 23, 1885 t.SN, LOCAL TIME C4RD. Mall train toln North- 13 45 r. u. " " Bouth lMr. x. Exprrsttraln" Bouth....... .m.i Ill mm, " ' " Norn .... ....... 2 DO a. u. The adore U calculated on atanitard lliao. Bolar Iniel .thout 20 uilnutes faatar ' LOCAL NOTICES. Boy jour rchoot books from Penny A McAllsler. VAIcitM and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by I'ennjr A Mc A A itock of jetrelrv, latent style. Kockford watches n rpeclalty. Pen nj & McAliiter. PERSONAL M. Pbvton, EtQ , has gone to Mt. on legal LuiIneM. Miss Ax.uk Hubble, the prfttv daughter of Mr. Lovi ilahble, la with Mi SalJIa VanDavcer. t. T CAnrESrzn, Ej., returned Wednetdajr from a bu.dntw trip to Frank fort and Lexington. Miss Cyntiua Caiison hat closed her milliner for the present but will open again earl In the spring. Mim Klla BnoAUDCs und Mra. P. B. Broaddur, of Madison, hare been visiting Mr. R. E. Barrow and Mias Jennie Broad dus FAituJo to r...

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 January 1885

If It TSJnTtook from air pocket The Loudon Tiasos. which bad arrived by the last post, sac listlessly set to work to sklni Its length coftmuis. I hod no fear ns to what tho paper might contain. It was not from newspaper that 1 apprehended danger. I had, horrorer, noticed that Thllippa, whon she saw me with a newspaper in my hand, eyed iub nnxlomly and inquiringly, so that I contrived to glance through it whon Jia was nlsont. I novcr permitted lior to tcradi it until I had read it; but my only rcsson for this prohibition was that I fcarod leit some chance allusion to the mysterious and undiscovered crime might dlstressher. Hit own far-fetched fancy that another might be accused of it gave me not a uneasiness. Ko I turned and doubled back tho broad shoots. I ran down the topics of tho day. 1 5 tamed tho leadinz articles. I glanced .ntlhe foreign news; paid Kant attention to Jasr reports, and disregarded altogether thb money-market intolllgonco. At last I turned my attention to tho pro...

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 January 1885

I VV. P. WALTON. Repairing Broked Limbt. The repair of boktn limb of farm animals has been shown to be an wj All thtt U rfqiilreJ In to put the anirml if a Urge one -Id slings, to bring the fracture into proper portion, and then bloJ the limb with bndsges dippul in common planter of ptrli paate. The band age i i mule in the form of n roll, by w ing the e f! lothar in a long ettip anl winding tlil around the limb In, the usual manner. The limb of small animals maj be repaired by eaveloplng them i.i wetted straw board, fitting it to the limb careful); and then binding a common Mandate otor it. Aod now it ha been dircivered thai broken limbj anl stem of tree may be t paired ia a similar w7i bringing the (rao tureJ parte together, a stake firmly in (he grouad aad fastening the trr to it, or binding a opUet upon Vhe limb after baring neatly covered the wound with graft log wax New York Times. Cior. Knott ia drawing the fire of the press bv reaaonof some of bis recent par-done. Not feelin...

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 January 1885

I.WTTiTHfUlTTTWf r yfcj g i nanaaauiaai MaWJMHWMMllliMIl SUaford, Ky January 27, 1885 w. P. WALTON. TmsNew Yoik Sun, which is opposed to eay fatorablu liquor gets after Cbamiesioner Evans and Fbil Thompson -mJoIIowi: ''It is generally suppoeed that lie pnrpoee of the Internal Revenue Bureau is to collect taxes pretcrlbed by Ccn ms. It is generally soppoeed that the ':ntduty of the Conimiwicner of Internal Revenue is to look after intenatsof the Government and to enforce the law. Yetjre iear that tho propoied expedient for evading He law acd tie drft cf the new bill changing the law both had their oritin in lie offic of the present Republican of Intemil Revenur, and we bear that the leading candidate fer under the new democratic ad- iniirlitn is the centleman who is now acting s attorney for the whisky interests la their efforts to etcape paying (he taxei bea they become due. Under an inveiti .gatioti fome information might be brought tut that would interest the incoming ad- aisistra...

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 January 1885

Staiferd, ty January 27, 1885 l.&N.LOCAl TIME C1R0. Mall train going North -,..... ,.,....tJ 48 r, U. " South. ..... 186 p.m. Emrmtratn" Month.... - .... 1 12 a.m. " ' " tiorb S9 LM, The abora ti calculated on ataudard time, tiolir lm 1 .Uut 20 jnliiMtn fater LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your achool boots from Penny h McAlinter, Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice And warranted by Penny & A coiirixrE atock of Jewelry, latcet tyle. Kockfoid watche a ariecialty. Penny & McAliatrr. PERSONAL Cot. and Miia. W. Q. Welch went to LouitTille Saturday. Prof. J. 8 Keppxrt ia here in the of hia Life Ioauraoce Co. Mihh Mildhed Lewis ha returned from a few da;' tUU to her aiater Mr. W. K. Buukanan at Crab Orchard. Mr. J. C. Qhvan and hia B3n John will leare to-day for Mlaaotirl, where they will locate, if the country auiU them. Mr. Ham K Ryan, the Tery affable agent of Jtjberl McWade, waa here prevails for the entertainment of the 29ih. Allie Waters, Jr., haa been promoted by the C. 8....

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 January 1885

i .I- .. .. inn...... .. ... , r .- fTTiwmiiitnrrfrrczir." BY HUGH CONWAY. Author of "Called Bach. Noiseloisly I umllil tha "massive studded woodon gate, which at nig lit tlma closod tho entrance to tho patio. Unsoen, e stepped Into tbo shady, narrow stroet. Our 1umko was light. 1 could carry it with eate to tin itation, nhlrh was only a short distance off. W owero tLcro only too soon. Wo bad to wait some tlmo ero the train, which, following tha examplo of tha truo Spaniard, declines on any consideration to to hurried, inado its uppjarnnco. Wo took our teats in silence. At last tha dignified train condescended to move onward. Wo tat sido by sido, Mid cazod and Raxkl in tho direction of tha boautlftil city from which wo wero tying; gazed until wo saw tho very last of it, until ovou tho groat towering UJrnlJa was lost to viaw. Then, and only J hen, I think wo fully realixod to what ond we wero spring. Tho noxt throo days and nights seem now littlo more to ino than a whirlinc dream. Un...

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. — 30 January 1885

Pasting the Collection Plato A groat iloil df pendi on the man who carries tho plate. II needs to have a sharp eyt, of our.e, not to mlsj anybody, btcause there Is not one chance in 1,000 of his being ctlldt bacV. What ho need more than anything e'er, though, t Uct. Tliera' everything in knowing how to pise n plate to diilerent Some of them sre cranky. If you put the plate at them too pmislenlly they feel of fended, i u I take pride in nut contributing a cent for xix weeh. Tnen other people have their little weakness, and want their light to haTe a good char.ee to thine. I knew a utan who if a pUte cirue to him empty, wjuld put on a iutrlcr nr a half, and be aatlsQed with starting it In that war; hut, if there were a lul cf i 'litters and things on already, he'd just ai like as sot to elap down a dollar bill, and he'd get atleaat a dollai'i worth of atlNfacthn In watching the dentation of the men next to him, who knew the were as good ai be, and .ret didn't like to gif e so mueu, Wh...

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. — 30 January 1885

Stafcrd, Ky.( ' fault. January 30, 1885 w. P. WALTON. John D. White, after remaining in his lole for an incredible length of time, clawed out, Tuesday, und let loose the his wrath against tha 8cretry of the Treasury and the Commiiwloner of In lersal reTcnue for extending the bonded jriod on whiaky and ended in tffrriog a bill to tboliah the cfilco of Commissioner and restricting the powers of the Fecretarjr. Johnnie often goes cff half cocked, but we rather admire his stand in this case as boili thoso officers teem to have transcend ed their authority in the mHtter named. The New York Sun mts: "To com .sand the confidence of the party from the sAcit, Mr. Cleveland's Cibinet should be euBBorel of men who will act together for heeeat and economical administration, and arbem adherence to genuine democracy kawbeen constant. The democracy party am sot expect to succeed by borrowing Mjwblican doctrines." There Is splendid material for the new President to pick from aad if he makes a mista...

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. — 30 January 1885

ii jnUnoruuxnai Stafford, Ky., January 30, 1885 l. AN. LOCAL TIME C4RD. Mall train -II 45 p. m, " bouth ..... 1 &0 p, M, Kirrrotrslo" Hotith ........ .... X 12 A II, " " Norh i 2 !X A.M, The ahave la calculated on standard due. Solar Ime 1 jtout .'0 minutes fatter LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your achool book from Penny A Watches and Jewelry repaired on M.ort notice and warranted by Penny & tjle. KocKford watches n ieclaltT. n. ny A .MnA Unlet. PERSONAL. Mn J OmuutKiMEii returned from New York yeiterday. Thomas W. Vaii.von and Dr. J. B. Ow.lejr went to LouUvIlIe yesterday. J. H Mybw, of the K. C, who baa been tick at the Mjrer Hotwe, U nearly well. -Miss Joxie Kiciurd, who baa been down with the few, I. at lait conralefc in g, her friend will b 8lad to bear. The wife and children of Hey. A. S. MifTrttarrlted from LohUyIII ......i.. ml will board for the present at Mr. J. V. iiourr. The bride and groom, Mr. and Mm. v.op. u.nremer, Jr., honored as with a call TeMerdajr. JudKln(f from hi...

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. — 30 January 1885

4 DARK DAYS. DY HUOn CONWAY. Author of "Called Back." Jfo arranges his robos to ins satisfaction, leans forw mil, and, placing tlio tips of hit long, lil (p tinkers together, mldroises cfcargej. I mn told, li tlio right term the gfjiriii jury iu a pleasant, colloquial mnnnor. I strain overy nurnl nervo to catch tlio pur jwrtof lih glib uonli. Ho la sure to say loniitliliijr, about this important niurdei case I shall, porhaps, bi ablo to learn lion It'tvus tliat tho man fell under suspicion. Alas! tile judgo U oni who, by years of practice, has ncquiroJ tin knack ot using hU voles only just sj niuc'.i ns U absolutely neVcwary. Tho crand jury U closo to hrfu mil ran. no doubt, hear him; but to those who, lifco ouuolvoJ, nra fAr nway iu tho background of tho court, his remarks nro All I can catch is a elosinz caution to tho grand jury, to Iwar in mini that it ii not, within its proriuco to do tormina tho in noconeo ov guilt of the prisoners, but tc limply decl.la whether there is or 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. — 3 February 1885

Sent Hot 2w titefio imftmL VOLUME XIIL STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 415 Ptibllnheil Tttcatlav nml Frttlav, 83. OO XElt ANNUM When paid strictly lo advance. I( wa hire to tit tar time, 92.00 will to eharaed. W. P. WALTON. Some Man to be Surprised. I was in Mine. Hsitt'ic?riet institution the other dtr, on Nineteenth street, when the wife of a rich brewer brought her two daughters in lobe newly ringed with star and c )rJ ise. "Djo'i tft them or.e'a too tight," wii her pirtlnj adnimUion, as she left fiom .awhile The eldrs .Hrjnl to fi. oi Ihi m ih'ii. Saa vru a till, slen der irl with a ntceljr rounded waist and h (jool hit nil pae if arm i, wille Hj atiod in hv till ir ; In, whin she tin jt UI! her hsn.lsjrne myrtle Kreen cloth wr wai linl with el'k It wit pt I III it t iii3 i thick on the biok. It was pxldtl fi4 Inshei thick over tbo brent. Tie upiir inrt of the elesve was slightly- padded, but the under half hl full three tnchei of cotton. From this pid...

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. — 3 February 1885

m "4tA . rt twn nanla fnr anti Tial f nnnra Tiieke is a society in London which ad :.. . . ., - Stxiford, Ky February 3, 1885 w. P. WALTON. For some time past a periodical item to tie effect that John K. Wolf, the young 4aMi sent from Georgetown to the penitentiary for 10 years for forgery, wag dying in that institution and we were beginning to betkvetbata studied attempt wis being aaade thereby to prepare the public for a pardon, but we are glad to report that such mm not the case, for Wolf has actually .yielded up the ghost. Toe fate of this man should be a terrible warning to those who mar bs tempted to gel money dishonestly. Ha belonged to n good family, aaered into the best society and had every prospect of making a worthy and respected xmb of himcelf, but women, wine and -cards were too much for him and he forced checks to the amount of eevcral thousand dollars. All that money and influence could avail were used to prevent hi) but he was convicted and sent to a felon's cell, w...

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. — 3 February 1885

4 I f i , 4- St&iford, Ky, Uf, February 3, 1885 I. A N. LOCAL TIME CiRD. Mall train oln Norm.. inJr.ii, Soath , I M f , m, Expreotratn" 8outb..., . 1 12 a.m. " noru z so A.M. The (bore Is ealcutaleJ on standard Unit. Irnel about JO minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL MATTERS. 8olir Bov jour pchool books from Penny & McAlitter. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted br Penny & A COMI'I.KTK Mock bf jewelry, lateet etjle. Kockford watches a rpecialty. Pen ny & McAIUter. PERSONAL. Mil D. B. Kdmwtom spent Sunday with his children at Klrkeville. Miss I.trnt DeI'ainv, of the Willow Grore neighborhood, is the gunt of Mrs. Joe E. Portman. M Miss (lEOiiutA Eldiiuxie, the pretty rocal music teacher, at the College, is quite ill, we regret to sty. M.m Mamie Wrriinow. a lovely little brucette ircm Lexington, is the guest of Mim Hibra Pennington. Mu. Fiiank Wayman will leave this eekfor New Orleats where he expects to go into the newspaper business. Those prett...

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. — 3 February 1885

i ! "I woul t r no: talk about tlio caso," hatnidsharp'y. "Nothing for tinny yonn has so much annoyed mo." "Wiyf Vour client only mot with hit deserts." "True truo. But I am lawyer, sir. Our province is not to think so much of le:rts as of what wo can do for a client. It u ha ill to try and sorvo a fool." No doubt; but I scarcely understand your, meaning." "Meaning! I could havo savod that man. Thcro was lis evidence to spenk of against Win. What did it amount tot A pistol of n jawiillar miko foun 1 In n field half a mllo away from tho scene of tho murder; ono man who could swear that tho pistol was my client's proj)erty a pawnbroker, to whom ho wautod to sell it. Positively, sir, that was Iho wholo casj for tho Crown. Never so disgusted in my life noverT' The excltablo httlo man's looks showed that his disgust was not nssumed. 80 tho pistol which I had thoughtlessly fcnfled away had, after nil, furnishod tho cbwaul brought tho crinliml to justice. .Although I was now quite tatisfle...

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 February 1885

Sent 0 Heetli Imtefli imfnaL VOLUME xni. STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1885. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 41& rubllnhcil Tueatlitv nnd FrlAnyn, 89.00 XEll ANNUM When paid strictly In adtance. If we base watt any time, 83.00 will lo chanted. W. P. WALTON. la The Power of Removal. The recent discussion s lo the (fleet of the tenure of otlhe act, aa amended in 1S09, upon the President's power tf removal, If not sntlofnctor to candidates for office, in net at all naisuilnp to the incumbent. A the law now aland, according to ilia Rcner all; acsepled interpretation, the 1'reslJant cm ust rennre officlsls, during tlio amnion of the Senile, witlnut the oinaent of that lnJr. liut he cm and may dj so when the 8;nate Is not in session. The process of retnoral while the Henato is in session Is the siino as it always was. The President my nominate a sueceisor to an uQi:er, and, if the Satiate vole to confirm the tnmfnstbn, the Incumbent la If the 8nate refute, he cin make another and lucceaatre no...

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 February 1885

QCB3 Btaaford, Ky., February 0, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Gov. Knott in an interview with a Louisville Commercial reporter, eaja the country press has treated him Terr unfairly in their comments on his pardoning Jmincs iind adds: "They don't seem to neegnize the fact that I have granted no pardon unless with the honest conviction tfeat justice demands me to do so, nor do Uky stop to consider with what cire I digest the records and details of every case 3a which a pardon is asked, nor do they Men to cue how many hundreds of pinions I havo reacted. It is for 1Mb rewn that I siy their criticism is vsafair. It affords me mac'i gratification to know that I have never trifled with the fardoaing power. My best and most friends have bjaoai;Ut me to grant cwrdoas time and time again and I have xefseed them because I felt that justice did aei demand such pardons." With our respect and admiration for Gar. Knott it Jim been a very disagreeable duty for us to rittd him in the matter of pardons. "We kno...

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