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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 24 February 1885

I I nteriorottriral Ituted, Ky., February 24, 1885 . & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going; North Houth,. Bzprttilrilii" Houth.., ( worn LOCAL MATTERS. .12 5 r. m. ....1 M r. u. ,. 1 12 A.M. ...MMM 30 A. Mt Tho toTO li calculated on atandard time. total .ttouHO ruloules fastar LOCAL NOTICES. Bolar Buv jour school books from Penny & McAlister. LANDlimu's Garden 8ml, fresh at Penny & McAlister's. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on ntiort nolle And warranted by Penny A A complete stock of Jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches n specially. Penny A McAlieter. Farmeiis, Read This. Qo to Dr. M. L. Uourne'n drug store and get one pickaxe of gam A. Clark's Ilojr Remedy. If yon are not satisfied after uslns; It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mm Mollie Davoiiertv is back from a visit to Knoxvlllr. riicMsy mothers couple of Vir ginia gentlemen, aro here representing the Valley Mutual Insurance Co. He. J. A. Uoole brought hia daugh ter, Mi Kate, here yesterday to take the stig...

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. — 24 February 1885

t as?fjss ", Stanford, Ky., February 24, 1885 Cnllcil glutei from Arkniisat i JAMES K. JOXES. The recently elected senator from At kansas. wh'j is at pi ewnt vrvln;r tho xtutc ns a representative in congrew.it.a native of Mississippi, whore Ik received a classical education. At tho ago of ii tio entered tho CoufederaU anny. A fter tho war ho rctuni'd to his plan tation and ii'iualned thorn until IS7I5, when In began the pnetice of law. When tho const! tutional convention was called Uo wat n mum bor of the stato snato nnd was under the new ontitutiou. In 1ST" he was chosen president of, the state filiate. On Dec R, 1881, he first took his teat in tho house ol rcpreMutative, which ho has occupied since, and where ho is at present ssrving as a mem her of tho way and means committee. At tho ago of 4'. Jcn, w ho, by the way, will constitute tho thin! Jones in the senate, U a man of Jdc:u and well qualified for tho great trust he is honored with. Chief ol Hie WnmniiS Department at tin .nr...

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 1885

Semt ertrjr limb tad bane, l'aralyzad my sensrs ereryoae, And turned mr brain to stone T'watia valaltirova to more, Io rain I strove to call; I was fixed and iaactnaied by the phanlout tall. For one moment the thing stood still, Then strode across the room, And crouched beneath the flickering light That lit the mystic gloom. I wu pile, cold and weak with bar, And tram. bled for my life, For in its hand the specter held A brightly ftlilteriog knife, And, m I watched it, low it stooped, with hollow moan, Then straightened up again with ghastly groan; then I aaw lU face 'twas rery fair, Bat tmurnful and forlorn For 'twas m wife, Simantha Jane, her eoreil corn. Tots and That. As Otn Married Mas -"N W the bridr. 'Henrr. I want run to Mid under stand that I do not wish to be taken for a bride. I am going to behare exactly as if I were an old married woman. So. ilea'ent. do not think me cold and un- lorlng if I treat yoo pramlcally when there Is anybody by." "I don't bcliere 1 Cn for an ol...

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 1885

W i 74?- $nf e nor Jonrnal Stanford, Ky February 27, 1885 w. P. WALTON. The Central City Argus, whose editor, Mr. It. Y. Thomas, Jr., Is a candidate for the Legislature is making his race on a number of, reform lesuts, among them that of the wliipping'p3at,an'd We sincerely hope he will be elected. la his paper he says: In the present financial condition of the State, the is the best means to rid the country of petty thieve?. They steal Bometbiog to get in jiil this wintry weather, and get a good tqaare meal and a warm fire to cit by. The rawhide well laid on would break them up in their business. They would change their tune and seek greener pastures where the tail ia not known. It is rank injustice to the people to be forced to pay a premium to petty thievsa. Such crimina's are simply confined in the county jiil and better fed than over before in their lives, and do not a lick of work. Tne disgrace ia not in the punishment but in the couitnisiion of the crime. The cry among the of...

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 1885

i f Interior JoktitcI SUaieri Ky., February 27, 1885 l.Aff.'lOCAL'TifiiS CARD. ' IUI1 train going North .......... " " ' 6ulU ......... Kxpruitraln" bootu ........ Norn., LOCAL HQTICES. 12 r. w. ........ 1 Si! r. u. .. 1 ri a. u. Tho above Is calculated ou standard time. Iui I about 20 minute CasUr Solar BUY your school books from Penny & McAliMer. LANDrtmu's Garden 8l, freah and genuine at l'enny & McAllster's. "Watches and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & A COMPLETE stock of jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches n specialty. Penny & McAllitcr. FAr.MF.n8, Read Tiiih -Go to, Dr. M. L. Bourne' drue store and get one pierage of 8am A. Clark's Hoi: iUmedy, If you nre not sniffled after usinu it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Ma. J. V. Xutrr, of Ml. Vernon, was Ifero Wednesday. Memiis. W. L WiTitciu and L. V. Hubble, of Ltncitttr, wero here yesterday, Mils, CArr. Rust, of Sequin, Tcxn, has our thanks for late Ban Autcnia papers. Mi?s Ilr...

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 1885

y- 4 I SemrffiBcAlBlnterierlonnml Stanford, Ky., - February 27, i885 Tlir of llifi New Turk liar. 4f DAVID DUDLKT FIELD. On tha of February Mr. David Duillcj FioM completed his Wth year, and a rweptiou was given at the hoiuo of bis brother Cyrut in commemoration of the ovent Mr. Field is n remarkable cxamplo of physical igor it old ago, IIU step is as firm, UU enrriago m upright and his onduranco ai great as moil men's nro at 40. Tho secret of hi prescrva tion Is worth Icnowltig, and Mr KiMd thus routes it: "Whoa I was a young man I had very heada.h?s. In 1840 I bought a horse aud I have uot hid a headarho since. Evcrj morning I nrix at li o'clock I have dons s for 40 years. I tako an Ico cold bath, droa myself, jump on a horse at 7 o'clock, and rid( for an hour I thon breakfast aud work at my house till 11 o'clock, when I walk doc town, a distance of four miles. I remain al my office until 3 o'clock, then walk homo and lino at C. At 7 1 sleep for half an hour, aftct which I am read...

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 March 1885

jfettrf Veeklii Ifitefinf lonftmL VOLUME XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAECH 3, 1885. NEW SERIES -NUMBER 423 &mcc(tl$niwor$curnnI fubHnhrtl Titcmtav ntwl Frtaaya 83. OO IGX AJNIVUIU When paid itrlctly In adrancs. I( we har to wall tnr ttm, 82.no will U charged. W. P. WALTON. The Commercial Traveler who had Taken His Last Order. ''I have taken my last order. I am go tag home," he salJ, a the clock struck the midnight hour. The nurre look at the doctor with a aignificatit glance and whispered: "Hl mind winders " he lift hi ff erisb head from iU pillow ''Anr letter from the iioum?" he Iriplred. ''There ought to he Uttera her Tben li slept and in his fitly he waa a hor Kln of fishing streams where the trout plated of school hours and rotnps wllh hi mates At twelve l.e awakened. ' All ilht," he called ia a strong roice, "I'm readjl" He thought the porter had called him for an early train. The doctor laid a soothing hand on him and he slept. In bis alee p he murmured: Show you samples ...

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 March 1885

$nf wor$ournaI Staiford, Ky March 3, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The gallows .wag again cheated cf it) rightful fruit last Friday and Neal, who baa been pronounced guilty of rape, murder aod arson by 36 men, was given a aew lease on life. Got. Knott's cat's paw, Hindinan, granted him a reprieve at 12 midnight Thursday and tho Sheriff of Garter had to do some lively huatltng to get his prisoner from Grayjon and luck to lit. Sterling, or a mob would have end red the miserable farce, which a weak with less than a worm, weald keep up forever. There were no sew developments in the ciae and ths principal reaaon for the uncilled for act seems to ba in the fact that some or other impious fool from Indiana telegraph d this acting governor "t) be a man," adsaveNcal. Ho to "be a man," gain a little notoriety and to humor a sickly for a degraded murderer, the kw has been again brought into odium and -a mob spirit encouraged. As soon as we Jearned'that Gov. Knott had to take his -wife to Florida for her ...

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 March 1885

Inferior Jonnwl 8tsifcrd,Xy, March 3, 1885 l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Worth- .... ..12 45 r. W. " " 8outb ............. ....l M r. x. Kipre strain" Houtb... .. 1 Ii . M. f ii ii Koib.... HHiiHiHtM 2 ov A. m , The abore U calculated on standard time. Bolar Ima 1 about 20 minutes filler LOCAL NOTICES. But your echool books from Penny A McAlUler. LANDittnu's Garden Sued, fresh and genuine at Penny & McAllnter's. Watciim and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & Mr. A complete rtock of jewelry, latest etyle. Kockford watcher a epeclalty. Pen ny A McAluter. Foil coughs, cold, Ac, me Comp. Syrup 01 wniie rin, in vo ana wo battles, by McRoberts A Stegg, Faiwerb. Read This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and get one package of rjni A. Clark's Hon Remedy. If you are not satisfied after using it your money win be refunded. PERSONAL. Mk and Mrs. Frank Harris bare taken rooms at Mrs. Kate Hays'. Mrs. Mary Blickeimv left with her two sins for Harper...

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 March 1885

i'li 1 I WWIIHIIIJI IMJUWtmjQ. JSLJiii iji isjjssj jpsayi' .8 ... JTJi. IJC r 9 HCW NOTED ML AND WOMEN LOOK. l'ortralts uf Cabluut rmulullltlra, l'aiuoua I'ucU nnt Other. - ItODEIlT ll'LANE. Amoug tho names mentioned for a cabinet place has b?cn that of Robert McLane, of Murylaud, who is well qualified by association and ejqioricnco to fill tho highest osltlon in tho gift of President-elect Cleveland. Tho McLanes of Maryland nro among tho flrnt' families in an honorary way In tho United States. Allen McLano was n distinguished revolutionary officer. JIls son Louts represented Maryland In congress for ten years prior to 1SJ7, when ho was chosen senator. Ho was minister to England utiilor Gen. Jackson, and afterwards secretary of stato till June, 1S5L Robsrt, tho present leading representative of tho family, poesi in a marked degreo tho talents of his ancestors; ho has takon an active part in tho X)Hties of his state, filling acceptably every tuition to which ho has been chosen. Itow ...

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 1885

F .' yH I IH I Sent ,.. 0 us 111 itiefto mtfitaL jt,.H ..- V06 xit. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1885. NO. 2. rubtlHheit THcmlav and Friday 83. GO XEIt ANNUM When paid txletlr In sJTanee. If we bin to watt tar time, 83,00 will be charted. a a W. P. WALTON. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Mr W. A. AnJemon hat been appoint ed administrator of the estate of Mr. K. M. A rgo, deceased. We ara titJ that our depit agent Mr. J. L. Allen Is whlllna away hit time on an invenlhn that nunjr Ingenious men hare failed on and that is perpetual mo tlon. The old reliable I'croalx Insurance Co , is isoiut to ko back on a little $000 policy. The adjusting ngent put off com ins to are into the matter until the very lent moment and when he did come he oflered little orer half to compromise, G. U. Engleman sajre if he ha to lote anything he will dirlde it wllh i lawyer and expect to institute mit against the company la at Gtk. Etwytking runi along nicely white It la goleg their way and It ia all well hod ...

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 1885

!- . nt SiMford, Ky March 6, 1885 W. P. WALTON. With tho weather as bright as the hearts of million) of people were cheerful and -thankful, the memorable 4'.h of this demo cratio year of our Lord, was alt that s democrats could ask and hundreds of thousand! of them gathered at Washing-too to see their party resume contiol of the Osrernment, and riewsd tbe inauguration of President Cleveland under the most Termble circumstances. There was probably store pomp and ceremonj than was neeeMtry in this country, but 24 years is a dear time to stay out in tin cjld and the democrats are not to be censured for show. infc their trjalnesa with procession, music, flKnd shouts. At 12.30, every thine in readintes, President Cleveland arose iraa his sett in the Senate chamber and hegta his inaugural address, which was coaclie, clear and comprehensive. He psesatted an entire consecration of every factlitf and e flort to the promotion of the pablic welfare and although the executive bmach of tbe gover...

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 1885

jnlmor3onrmil Btuford, Ky., Mall train going North ...... Coulli Kzprotitraln" rkmth,......, f " Norb... in March (i, 1885 1,1 N, LOCAL TIME CRD. LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL MATTEIS. ...12 45 r. K. ...1 SO t.Mi ,. 1 12 A.M. ) oJ A M Thesbor la calculated on standard lime. I mat about 20 minute faaUr Holat Buy your school book from Peony A McAIUler. Landiictu's Garden 8ed, fresh and genuine tt Fenny A McAlister's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort notice and warranted by Fenny & Mc A Hater. A coMrLrre stock of Jewelry, latent tyle. Itockford watches a specially. Penny A McAIMer. Foil coushii, colds, Ac., uie Com p. Syrup' of Whlic Pin?, fn 23 and 60c bottle, Prepared by McKoberti A Sugg. Farmers, Read This -Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne' drug More and get one package of Bam A.Clark' I log ltemedr. If you are not satisfied after tiring It yi tir money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mil. B. M. Wimiite hii gone to t) Tliit hie mother. Mn. 8 L, Poweks ha gone to New York to lay in hi Hiring utock....

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 1885

f PRESIDENT CLEVELAND VICE PRESIDENT HENDRICKS AND THE cabinet. Ven nml 1'eucll Skotcuea of the New Administration The Men Who Are to Guide the Ship or State t'nilcr the eiv Democratic I'.cgliue. (W OROVER CLEVELAND, PRESIDENT OP TIIK UNITED STATES. In 1870, Sir. Clovoland wa3 chosen sheriff of Erio county, N. Y., and served a single torm. In ISSIhe waseloctod mayor of tbo city of Buffalo, in tho same state, and on November of tbo following yoar be w as eloctod governor of tbo stato of Now York by tbo largest majority over given to any candidate for tbo same olllco in any state of tbo Union, and on November 4 was elected president. Such is tbo brief but remarkably brilliant political career of President Cleveland. Ho is descended from a Now England family noted for its religious real His great grandfather was a Congregational minister of Norwich Conn. His father, Richard Cleveland, was n Presbyterian. He married a Miss Nenl, of Baltimore, and soon after settled ns pastor of a llttlo...

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. — 10 March 1885

Satms weeklii u . titeffof liif mi ..& .-. tow ijiLt Um AtMU Mfc.i v. .1. vofc. JBft STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, IAI$C1I 10, 1885. NO. 3. Putttlnhnd TitCHtlnvH and Frltliiva Cta.OO X13IX .A.NNTJIU When paid itrtctlr In advance. If we bate to wall an v time, 83.50 will b charged. W. P. WALTON. Twenty-Four fears Ago, Twenty-four year air.o Mr. Hucbanan, the laat of the democratic IVpalilenta, t In the Whito Hoihj. crave nrnt cireworn. Onljr one iltv of democratic rule remained. Already Mr Lincoln, In his rmuia at Wil lard', awaited, with a nfconaervation, the outing of tin eventful day i'iat would uaher in the republican regime. At thia time the lUg of the I'nlted Btatea waa fifing at hill thice ixitntii In the 7 ie cedtd Statu. Two month before Robert Toomba ha I aalil In the Senate: "We are aa retdr lo Ght now as weever will be I will h rijin itjror wit." Mr JeflerMU Diru had brn 1'rtaiilent of the for two "eeka, and the "bornle hue llifc," area, to l-o unfolded three day later, Oae...

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. — 10 March 1885

.Starford, Ky y sua . The example of March 10, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Carlisle, Beck and Blackburn are doing their level beet to get Phil Thompson isto the oflice of Commissioner of tho In tornal Jteven ue. It would be a big thine for the whisky men to Hbtc hlinsppointed, bst whether the government would be aa -well rexTcd seams to bo a question with jJwEiatcm men. There are some 25 or 30 applicants. Of the probability of his appointment the Louisville Commercials "Washington correspondent sajs' "Of course lovaltjr to Thompion and Kentucky leadi to etronK hopes o( his success, but a -strict regard for fact, requires the assertion that outside Kentucky circle! there is belief that Mr. Thompson will not win." The Courier -Journal 's representative tele graphs to Sunday' paper: ''It u under-steed here to-night that Mr. Thompson has aJJew York man to get away with. If this is true I shall despair of the appointment going to Kentucky. These New "York men want the entire earth, and up to t&am...

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. — 10 March 1885

nimor$0ttrmtl Btudord, Xy Kxprebilrain" cJouth i ti it ter. Norh.. March 10, 1885 l. & X.' LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Norths. ... ... 11 Month ........... PERSONAL 13 49 r. w. .1 M r, m. i n a.m. your 2 SO A.M. The above 1 calculated on standard time. Itnt I 4 bout 20 minutes faster Holar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour achool books from Penny ft McAliater JLiANPHEin'fJ Garden 8ed, fresh and at Penny ft McAlister'a. Watoies and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & A counxre Hock of Jewelry, lateet etyle. Itockford watches a apecialty. & McAliattr. Foil couchi, dolds, &e , use Comp. Syrup of White Pine, In 25 and 60c bottle, by Mcltobertt A Btagg. FxiiMEita, Keai) This. Go to Dr. M. L. Uotirne'a drus elore and et one package of Bam A.Clark's Hog Itemed y. If you are not ealfru'ed after uning it will be refunded. money Mi Flohe.nce Lackey is visiting at Mr. Joseph MeClary'. Mim Counik Coorcn returned from Decatur, III., yesterday. Mwj Kate Kdelin, 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. — 10 March 1885

Y DEAD-LETTER SALES. ITie Slticl' Article Sent Through tho MulU mid Ncre'r Cftllccl for. Washington Cor. Cincinnati Tlio paclc.iRA which fire examined at tho olllco aro mado up again, tbo coutanU oJ two or tliroo put in one, tomotima? bundled together again as they wore rocoivo 1, wrapped in brown papor, and nt to Bonn auctioneer to be raid. Tin sale is ndvertUed. nnJ unially tlrawj a pretty largo attoadance. N6boly Is permitted to examine tha contents oi tho package being sold. Tbo printed catalogue tells briefly tho contents of oach, but rot with sulllclont detail to give much idea Of what thoy really contain. And the catalogue is not consulted by nil the blddori Sj tho buying of these packages, tbousindi as thoy do, is much liko a JijtUjry venture Indeed, it is largely because of this that the salo nttricta so largo n number Of people, Tbo wliero It h conducts! aro usually crowdo.l, and tfi j sale U very interesting aud sometimes amusing. Tin class of nritcbi making up thesj mjs ...

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 1885

semi weetli litefiif ,iHJ unfit Vl4 voft.x STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1885. NO. 3. Pttiltmhrtt TxieHtXayn ntul Friday ffa.OO lI3Il A.IV1VUIH Then paid atrletly In advance. If we bat to wait anr time. 03.00 will be chanted. VV. P. WALTON. What Congress Costs. A hasty glance lit lbs item contained la the legislative appropriation bill passed by the present Congress gives one Roue idea of what it coat u to hare our laws made. It ii matter of concern to all who pay tains The compensation of Senators ia put down at $380,000, while for pay of member of the House the sum of $1 G90,. 009 U appropriated, uiakini: oter $2,000,. 000 in eaiarlea alone to the member. Then there stl'l urn ler expetiM lu the c greai, though none eo I a rue in a single item The mileage of member of the Hou ami Senile ii alone nearly $150,000, For clerka to committee, uieeeenKvra and otruri to wait upon and serve the honorable stttesmen, the autn of $017,000 U ask e.l. The Items of stationery counts up well, 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. — 13 March 1885

Ittteriorlonnwl SUfiford, Ky., March 13, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The is going to bi nn Jamie jn the next Lcjlelaturo and we should not! at all surprised if it becomea a law. A dozen or more counties have candidates nrho hare boldly come out for the '.meuuro and in each their following is large. It is truly to be resetted tnat n necessity for audi a law exists, but there is no deputing tke fact that something must be done and Mpeedilr. With our criminal prosecutions leaching $300,000 ard jemly growing, bankruptcy or a worfe fate threatens the State. With a whipping post law requir in that every person found guilty of stealing any sum under $50 shall receive a number of stripes on his naked back to be graded by tbe amount stolen, we would noon eee an improvement. Our jails would be free of the rascals who think it a nice thing to be fed aud warmed at the county's expense, and the expense of building a branch penitentiary would ba useless. The law cin hurt no honest man and the dwgrace of a...

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