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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 March 1885

SUifbrd, Ky., V March 13, 1885 Z. A N. LOCAL, TIME CARD. HU trln going North- - ' Houth ..-.. Kxpfctilraln" ttoutb., Norh., PERSONAL. 13 r. H. ,.l 68 P. M. 1 12 A)M. 2 BO X. U. The above li calculated on standard time. Into I about JO minutes fatter Mil. AND MR8 J. W. 8olar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your school book from Fenny A McAllater. LANDntnu'a Garden 8ed, fresh at Penny & McAlister's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short ootlce and warranted by Penny & A complete ptock of jewelry, latest etyle. Rockford watchca a specialty. & McAllatrr. Fon coueha, colds, Ac, uae Comn. Syrup of White Pine, In 25 and 60c bottles, Pre. pared by McRobert & Stagg. FxnMr.ns, Kbad Tnia. Go to Dr. M. L. nourne'a drug alore and get one package of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you are not satisfied after using It your money will be refunded. re- turned irom California yesterday. Miss Jclia Cecil, of Harrodeburg, has been visiting Mrs. II. J. McRaberta. Mi?8 Lop, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Dunn,...

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 March 1885

t Stanford, Ey March 13. 1885 A THOUGHT. Sally Nelll Roaob la Tbe Current. T&tk, and fort!) aqroe tU wool of yours Tka'atautUe of each life the weaver throws; Anil bore a ml. the ro small bits, vthonco no one known, link, with the -thread the mystic pattern i-.'4- neaviugt, Tfara lov tbemSslves amid the smllos and tear Which o'er the web are light nud shadows leaving. Wo heoJ thoin not those fragments interlacing With oura romo life that crossed our path one day, (So many seem tho tangled threads that strav.i Until amazed wo pauje, rome figuro tracing Thrown up in bold relief, and ioj and know Tb thread whoio worth we failed to under-N stand, Bit now whott wonderous beauty sorvo3 to show Tbo matchlew wisdom of tho Master Hand. SOME SHARP CRITICISMS. Wiulilngtnn Society ot Altogether lis Good n l'eoplo Might Tlilnk. l"Ruhainah" It; Globe Democrat. I Miss Phu'be Courlnj' shurp cr.tlcUnu on Washington society nro all well founded, and although tbero is anothor and moro ro deeming s...

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. — 17 March 1885

Semi 111 Hi iifcfio imfiral VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1885. NO. 5, rubllahed Tueadaym nHcf Friday 3.00 lEIt Whan paid strictly to adranc. It we bat ut any time, t3.06 will be chanted. W. r. WALTON. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. to Managed br Jno. B. Fith. Oeo. Y. Biker I emlling oyer the of a daughter. She will be called Robecca. Oje lijr one tt.i old land mark are disappearing, C. W. Adams la hating the old locust taken up from before bia door. TMe old tree hia been .landing for many years. Sugar lni are o'ipr set out In place ol the old locusts. Alex. Pol eel waa arrteted and placed in jail lat Siturlsy charged with dealing about 50 pounla of tobicci from J a. Robert.. The lobicco waa in the "hand'.' and wm found corered up In a etcck ptn clwe to where Poteet wm at work, Peo pie gencrall don't believe Alex, to be guilty. Cleo Wllllami U on the tick lUt thlaweek. Mersn. C. Crooke, C. B. Nleld and Oeo. W. Colbert, of Altamont, epeat Sunday In town. Ju. Maret hu rtlursed f...

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. — 17 March 1885

iBtriorlonnal Stafford, Ky March 17, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Tiic8heU'SniW, edited bjr John C. Cooper, E q , that clerical appearing old gentleman who look to much like a presiding elder that the chickens run and hide when he cornea around, tells a story in its Jwrt iraue which will mako the brethren in tktse rarts think the old man is stretching ihc blanket might! since he used to teach Banday tchool here. The story, or perhaps -we should rpell it with an 1 and ute bat two other letters, is that a six-year old boy of that county swallowed an eight inch screw nine months ago and lat week on being Riven an emetic for a suppojed caee of raeales threw up the identical icrew, somewhat the worse or the long attempt at digestion, but still in the rinc. Now Mr. Cooper, if you want to maintain yoar rep utation for Teracity in your nauro county you muBt deny this thing over your own signature or lay It entirely on Mr. P, In its Washington letter the New York World gives a circumstantial account o...

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. — 17 March 1885

rV L i T tticrior3tfRI Btaaford, Ky., March 17. 1885 , LWlOCAfrME'CARDr Mill train going North ......... U S r. w. fouth........... IMr,)i, Kxcmilraln" touth. .,..,... . 1 I2,a.m, " . ' ' Horh.. ........ '( i)am. Xhg atom ii mleuUtsd ou itandard Ilia. tioUrl mill jtiout i'J miiiuvm miiiir LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your schoo"! books from Penny1 A1 AlCAIIRICr. Lwvnjnu'a Harden Sicd, fresh nntlgeil ulue at IVmny & McAliater's. WATOitea nd Jewelry repaired on abort notlcu arid warranted by Penny & A co.MPi.rrr. stock of Jewelry, latent style, ltockford watchoa n iclalty. Penny A Me A Mater. Foil couaUa, cold, Ac , uso Count. Sirup or White Pine, in 2o am! 50o bottlos, 'Prepared by Mcllibertt A StacR. " Kahmeiih, Head to" fy. M, L. ilourne'n drus tor$ anil Ret cno package of Bam A rlark'ii IIor Itemcdr. It you are not asUKded after iislnc It yfiir money will bo refunded. PERSONAL. Mas I, F. I!ufkun an i Annie Cook are Tithing in Lexington. Mkh F S PoULKTT baa gone to her old home in Ma...

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. — 17 March 1885

w . INI r Stanford, Ky March 17, 1885 KOTA BLE PORTRAITS OF MEN MADE PROMINENT BY CURRENT EVENTS. Ken Cuiuinlulonor of Pensions. Taut tics eland' Ijsr Partner nml the Notorious Ailreiittiror of the Soudan. JOF1.V C. BLACK. The first net of Mr. Lamar a secretary of Uio Interior as the appointment of Oen. John C Black of Danville, Illinois, to tho of pensions. Gen. Black i.s a noted lawyer In the Weht, and served during the war with tho 37th Illinois Regiment. Ho ha? fteeii prominent in Illinois politics, having been tho Democratic candidate for lieutenant-governor in I87J. In 1370 he wm a camlidato ior ilio United States Senate in opposition to Oen. John A. Logan. Tho position to which he is called has been vacant for several months. Tho Danger of Coml Looks. IDill Nye Asa geneial thing, great men are not beautiful. Tho pretty young man has really but raw avenue open to him la the world's great race, it he cannot mash a tough old heiress, whoso father has got tho pip, he has very lit...

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 March 1885

r. K SK, . -. . .-- w ..,. .. , ., .. i l If - tf "'"SaBI , t,. MV. THeatfava m4 JV(iIni ni.OO ANNUM ftta paM etrlclly lh advance. If we have to watt'&T'llme, fane will be chanted. xv: i wALTbN. HUSTONVILLE.UNCOLN COUNTY. A daughter of Prtaalr Benedict tm burned to death a few dava tlnce, her bVcorae ignfted in confluence at r belsjt bay near (he Ore. t'lfi! aire notic with a big P. that the art on ffaul to pay o(T leichere claim. The eiipariatendenl will be In SunforJ oq Frldaj and Saturday to liquidate tWonelt Cloyd, Jr, with Ma mother nd aUter, Mra. Due Johnson, haa gone to New Orleaua. Mr. Judge Gozttt U here on a vlt to reUtivee. Jim until he ht&rd of the rati! of the dog otter, bat (eel equal to the tank of arresting the monster. life ia the Weet End baa been rather mouutotfme far wteail ' We am not V ak aaaaaata" and noted far a .'.'i, j, '.!. ill!.- .., Ji.-!.,. jptij er ni. rae maeee 01 im usfts tlan church, however, propoee to get up, on Friday evening, 27th Inet.,...

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 March 1885

i v March 20, 1885 W. P. WALTON. TnK.Biipolntmpntof Joe. S. Miller, Into Auditor of West Virginia, n Commissioner of Internal Revenue ovir Toil. B ihotnp. . . i .. l. .viAnl (nut ZZ.T!!t?J!t mend it to neighboring -closely alied to the whiBkj ring to make Mr and impartial officer ami tLat when TWtdent CleTeland has made up bin mind to nt "no" he will fay it thouRh all the Seniors and CongreMmtn tail down op their koeea and beech him, as a number i.. ..! il.om.plrc tidiruloun bv trip! Jrariortuuily in this ewe. Some tlisup pointed fools would have the country be Here that in decidinc on an appointment that Carlinle uppokiI and Rundall support cd.thePrefidint, hag thereby anuounccd hia opposition to tariff reform and peeks to mike the breach betwein the factionn of the party wider, instead of trying to cement them into a solid and undivided body. This is the shereet nonDfe. The President hae in no amblgous terms nnnounced hia entiie consecration to the principles enunciated by his pir...

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. — 20 March 1885

i iL t t 1 Stuford Ky., March 20, 1885 l. 4 H.XOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North 1J r. W. Mouin,,,,. i uu rii SiDreaitraln tiouth.. ..-..... 1 U rw. Norn..,.. I M The abow Is calclltataj on standard time. Solar tin. I au aoruluutesbster 0M NOTCSS. Buy your school books froru Peony A McAllater. Landkeih's Garden 8ei), fresh and genuine at Penny & McAlUterV WATcnra and Jewelry repaired on short ootico and warranted bf Penny & A coMri.rre stock of Jewelry, latent atylo. Kockford watchee n specialty. Penny A McAlialer. Foil couithe, colds, Ao , use Coup. Syrup or White I'inr, in 25 Mid 50c bottle, Pit-pared by McKjbertl & Btagg. Faumeiis, Rhau Ting. Go to Dr. M. L. Ilourne's drug "tore and get ono package of Ham A. Clark' Hog lUmtdr. If you are not satisfied after using it your money will b'o refunded. PERSONAL Mr. J.OrTEJfitniMCH, of New York ia here. Mb T. F. rim: han gone lo the New Orleans Exposition Mk. K. H. U'riucm in Tery ill at the home of hi brother, H. K Wear...

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 March 1885

ll r PRESIDENTIAL AUTOGRAPHS. IIot tho f'HftlUeiita of tlia I'lillnl Mntei Mcnfsl thnlr Knmr. Wo reprodticu below in fac slmlla tho signatures of all the presidents. Thoy taken iri'lhe ttossessioa of Wr.'til W. floV, cftrdbklytif K. Y. tfSKlpalnxab 14 ?incXK T auITipI YTzx 7J kdJA OEOnCK WASniNQTO.V What firmness and dignity is expressed it tho signature of 'Washington. His writing, like everything elo ho did, was executed wit! rnro ualihcrateness ana ability f? x7u&' .S7&? iy7i&hre&J JOHS ADA1M. Tho abo e nutoKrngh is taksn from a lcttei ofdohn Ada ns while-he wm vice-president HoVtUitateiw aiid'niotlUxllcal in his letters, tv ho was shrewd nd sagacious in business. 7H0KA8 JCrrKRSO.V. Thomas Jcffenou hand was jjst such t ono as a young man acquires in col lego, w ben little attention is immlly paid to penmanship, His w'guaturo was graceful and dignified compared to his ether writing. fflUti tjitxr7i' JAMES MADISON. Madlsou was another collo graduate, bul his "tist" ...

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. — 24 March 1885

Sent ImteftJif loitfiral ..., VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KX, TUESDAY, MARCH 2.4, 1885. no. t; iHbUnh(ul Titradaya and JFVfrfriya 83. OO XEll ANNUM. Wnsa paid strictly la advance. It w hire to lt any time, S3.50 will U chanted. W. P. WALTON. Maria Ward and John Randolph. One. of the saddeat and most romantio love affair in the social annalt of Virginia waa that of Maria. Ward and John Randolph, ofltoinoke.t Beginning in his early boyhood, it became the one enthralling pamlon of hla manhood, filling his whole being, until, he himself eaid, "he lovH her better than hla own soul or Iltni that created It." There ia a picture of John in the roowi of the Vfrnluia Society, taken at the lime when he wan the accepted loter of Maria Ward. It repreeenta a singularly handsome youth of twenty fire hit erei dark and full of his mguth beautifully formed, and orer hia proud and lofiy forehead fell a profusion of dark hair. The breaking off of the affair in wrapped in myttery; all we know ia that one summer...

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. — 24 March 1885

March 24, 1885 W P. WALTON. TJfio KEliin, of Uic Cnrllole Murcury, can not powtfaltisfoul in patience, to nnx ioiu la Le that every bloody fon of a republican be turned out of office. After eopyinjt an article from thin purer -ed the day before the Inauguration, in rbich we exulted over the coming of be Bya: "It look like It will be vnorrow enre enough. Secretary Bayard, whoee family has been fed for cixty years fey democratic support, has notified his republican eubordinatCB that he does not in- 4xl 10 disturb them. The democratic ad- sainiKtration doc not teem to recognize its Iritnds" "NVeaieasdeiiirous m anybody toeee a majority of the republicans turned out to die, but we recognize the good sense of Mr Cleveland in going slow in the matter of appointment, and are confident that in gcod time he will fill every office that bould be with honest d(mocrats. In the mean time the discomfiture of the impatient office seekers is as amusing as their claim are doubtful and magnified. The ...

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. — 24 March 1885

Jnttriorjonmal Stanford, Ky., March 24, 1885 l . A N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. Mali train going North- tJ " Mies Josik I!o8i.r.Y is visiting Mrs. S.Ljlle. Mr. V. C. Wiieiuiitt is visiting Versailles. Mr D. Klass has gone East for spring goods. Mrk. J. A. Caiipenteu is visiting ative near Prlcsville. Slits Lizzie Cozatt, of Parksvllle, Is visiting Sirs. SI. G. Neviu. Mips Hattie FrusiiiE, of Klrksville, was here Saturday returning from a visit to Louisvlllo Mrs S. 8. SIcRoderts and Sir. W. 15. McKoberts hare gone to visit Sirs. Judge Sluir at Louisville, who is said to be quite ill. Col E. Zimmerman, President of the C A X Railroad, and Capt. J. C. a prominent contractor, of Oallttin, Tenn., are t the Myers House. Mimri. a A. Warren, Peter Ham ten and J. A. Carpenter ent up to London Saturday to assist in reorganizing tbe OJd Fellows Lodge there. There were several initiations. LOCAL MATTERS. HriUNc. calicoes at Kobe. S. Lytle's i ii m i To arrive to day, 1 car of choice while eed oals. Brig...

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 March 1885

y Stanford, Ky., March 24, 1S85 IRVING'S BARBER TELLS WHAT HE PROFESSES TO KNOW ABOUT THE NOTED ACTOR. Tlio Cumo Sec no In "Illcliellcti" In lluu or Itootli A Very runny tiroMloii I'alntliiB tho Tiiitii ItcilItnnil writing. Frod D. In Commercial Oisetto. As I sat a dny or two ilnce In n chair in the barber shop of tho Grand 1'aciflc hotal iu Chicago, tho particular harbor who was pay-' lnff attention t3 my ca3 gavo mo an ontor talnment that wai exceedingly enjoyable. Ho Is tho man that decs Honry Irvine's sharing, nncTis duly proud of tho fact. lie has but ono oyo nnd a limber tongue, but he can turn tho torturo of a sharo into n pleasure, bo shnrp aro his razors, so gontlo bU touch. Said ho: "1'vo just coma down from shaving Irving, and I worked him for two razors. Ono of 'em has a mat) to It, and I must work him for that. He has moro'n fifty of 'oin. I toll you, ho ij a daisy," said tlio cyclopoan tentorial artist, at ho rounded up tho port sido of my chin, and began drodging unde...

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 March 1885

a not Stmt VOL. XIV. TOUUY BALL'S THANKS AND ADVICE. Cedar Grove; The land of ttitfrte. The arboreous multitude of Cedar Grove till wave their green but lovely head over the lawn, sweet daughters cf the forest, in liveries of brown wllh white trimming nd red hearts. Those lovely evergreens with their tangled boughs suited to Interrupt the eail biund nphyra and cause them to moan, ailed by the crye of the nocturnal birdt over the eoene of hiiir m" " time, call bck to sweet mem r l of childhood. The lawn bound me in d the lawn lit freed me, and to the court I offer my heart felt thank for the freedom it has granted, and allowed me to return once more to Cedar drove, A free mau. The old theory of on unn 11 nu created for one woman, or oolf "" "un for one man, la all nonsense I. ' generally born of companionship or frpent Inter viewa and a sameness of persuiu and negation. Love l born and grows. It can t increased or reprtwed by the will. Though now and then It sesms to be be .nn.t cont...

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 March 1885

Stafford. Ky., nibdnhcil Tuesday March 27, 1885 niul Fritlnv 03.OO I33It ANNUM wUnpald UlctlT In inco. H we hT to iratt any time. 83.80 will be cbarseif. W. P. WALTON. Tew questions of the present day interest, arc mors difficult to wive or have greater practical importance tfea that which pertains to the proper disposition of the ubiquitous and irrepressible 'amall boy." lie seems to be necessary to Ihe completeness of our system, yet there la nn nlace in the universe which lie seems eitctly to fit or in which he seems to be at his raws -no re- rest-no security against pose which he does not disturb-no re- .tirement which be does not invade-no secret which ho does not ferret out and publish. A philosophic lady, lamenting Xhia monstrous excrescence on socioty, said. I would not be regarded a murmuring ajgainet Providence, but (I pt bk with rev- Mtnce) it does seem to me there has been n grave mistake in the plan which in- ikied boyhood on a defenseless world. It would surely have be...

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 March 1885

nterioronrnal otinfoni, Ky., March 27, 188f3 l, a .LOCAL TIME CAHD. Mall train going North. Bouth. Kacretilraln" Houth.. Horn.., ...12 45 r. M. 1 M I-, M. ... 1 It A.M. ... '1 M A, It. ThoalKiTC ti calculated on sUudard lime. Imal ulxi it 20 minute faster LOCAL NOTICES. tioUr Boy your school books from Penny A MoAllster. LANDnmii'fl Garden 8sed, fresh and gen ulne at Penny & McAlister'e. WAt'tiEa and Jewelry repaired on short ootico ana warranted uy renny tV .McAlis ter. A complcte stock of jewelry, latest stylo. I lock ford watches n specialty. Pen oy& McAliiter. Foit couahs, colds, &c., use Comp. Syrun of White Pine, in 20 nnd 50c bottle?, Prepared ly Mollaber ti & Htagg. Fatimeiui, Keaij This. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's drug store and Ret one package of rJam A. Clark's Hop Kerned r. If you are notsatiifled after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Miss Caiuiik SuHnEii is visiting Mir-a Annie Laurie Kiney. A. II. LaFevue, the popular commer clal man, was h...

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 March 1885

!i o i yr Stanford, Ky., March 27, 1885 The Jury System. The jury ejrstem, when devlted, was ideally perfect; through various stages of alleged Improvement it has deteriorated, until now it ia utterly wcrthleo when left to the mercy of lawyer', as 'it usually is. ays the New York Hour. Trial by one'a own peer was the bisis of the system. In tfcwe days soldiers and sailors were almost the only men who ever left their homes; tb great majority of intelligent men always at or near their birthplace; they knew every mtive from his youth up, and strangers were so few that they, too, were well known, Any men selected for jsrr duty were sure to be acquainted with accused aod accuser, and to know tho character and habits of each; to have form ed an opinion wan no bar to jury duty, Beitherwerelany personal relations but Iboee of consanguinity. Intelligence did not disqualify a man from serving as a jnror; on the contrary, it was supposed to specially commend a man. But now-a days no man in the...

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. — 31 March 1885

Stmt YOL. XIV. r I t. Hettli Shopkeepers' Price-Marks. The lyatem of marking price on good in general uae among retailer i for each to adopt a word or term which eball contain ten unrepealed letter to correspond with the numeral. Thua, for inatance, word: Anchorite 12 3 4 507890 The coat of an article ha been usually marked on it, the aleman knowing what to add; but thi plan la toning In popularity and ia being replaced by tho better method of marking the selling price. Km ploying the key ward "anchorite." an article marked, tay "a. i. o ," would indicate $1.75. Some merchant have both cost and selling rate marked, in which cms the two are separated by a line, the coat being on top and the selling price un der. Humorously inclined individuala not infrequentlv get up a key word or term which would make customer umile were they aware of the contrast between the myaterlou cost marki and that from which they are derived No little ingenuity ia displayed in the selection, but after the of...

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. — 31 March 1885

Stamford, Ky., March 3!, 1885 jpnbltshea TueaaaVH nil Frldaya 83.00 FEIt ANNUM When pall ittlctlr In Jtdco. II we hTO " wait anr time, 82.BO will bo chanwcl. W. P. WALTON. to "Circuit Jodoe Owsley paid us a pleas mat call a day or two since and during the eeaversation it turned on Gov. Knott. An pen paparlay before u which charged that official with running off to avoid the responsibility of the Neal case, and we ask ed the judge his opinion of tne matter. He replied. "Some of the newspapers bare been very unjust to Gov. Knott. I kaow the man too well to believe that he -would dodge any responsibility. He had Tall decided when he left to let the law take its course against Neal, knowing ai most men of intelligence did, that had been dope to prove his innocence oad no evidence had been forthcoming. There is not much sentimentality about Got. Knott; he looks alono at the cold facta of the case, and while he may possi "bly be led to soma extent by his friends, popular clamor goes for n...

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