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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 September 1885

'"rr Stanford. Ky September 18, 1885 l. N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North ., nouio Bipreastmn" South r ii Norn, LOCAL NOTICES. JII9 r. m. i so r. m. 1 n Atu, ... a us a. m Till swOTt U calculated on standard Ubi, lira ti atxrat 90 mlnutea fasUr Bold Boy your ichool booki from Penny A VfcAltMer. Com r let c gtock of achool bsoka and chool atippliea at McRobarl A Btagg'4. WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on abort nolle and warranted by Penny A Boy the Haa Hog Remedy, the original and onl genuine, from Penny A complcte itock of Jewelry, late-l tyle. Kockford watche a specialty. A McAlicter. FAnuEitH, Reah This. Go to Dt. M. L. BounwV iiruit atore and get one package of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you are noiMtiefleil after ulng it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mm Maiiy Bowman haa returned from KhelbyvHIe Mls Maiiy Josh Ik inck from a yiit to Mr. Joe Cofley in B.iyle. Mis- tiEOiiciiA Lnvie,ol Ibjle, la the gueMnf Mr-. V. II. HtBclne. Mux. H W. Evan j, of Dinville, la vii...

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. — 18 September 1885

1 Interior Journal OUR GARMENTS. PHILOSOPHY OF CLOTHING AND FACTS IN REGARD THERETO. Tho luclllty svltli Which Vuriout Kliuli of Good nro Trnversod by Ilont Count Ituinfcml's Experiments Tlin Wnrincst Clothing. ILn Jtevuo ilea Deux Monde. The lightest veil Is somothlns; of a vest-merit, as it serves to moderate tbo lost by radiation from a naked body. It is in the sntno way that a cloudy sky protects tbo earth from being too much cooled; tbo tlow will only fall when the clouds aro ab-pent. In putting on uuuurous coverings wo succeed in diminishing the radiation front our bodies, as if by a sorios of places or relays. Our linen underclotbos und our cloaks make up numerous artificial cpldcrmi The boat that is given off by the kin goss to warm tho Ruporlmposed clothing; the worse the conductor the slower tho beat will pass through; whon it arrives at tho surface it goo J off, but without our perceiving It, as in direct contact of tho air wo should, since it is not we, but the clothos, ...

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. — 22 September 1885

Semi 111 Hi Imtefwf SoitftmL r ,. VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1885. NO. 58. y $nimor$ourna 'UDihc! TtiofituiM (inrl Frt&iw 83.00 II3Il ANNUM inn paid itrlctlj In advance. It we have to wll any lime. S3.no will Ix charged, W. P. WALTON. Hon. John W. DanM, the greatest tf all Virginla'a livlcij orators, aald In vpeeeh At Alexandria lait Weilneailay: "I am myself a red hot, rabid kind of democrat, who hti no unkind feeling on God 'a earth giintt any nun brcauee he is honestly a republican, but who believe in a government of the pople by the peo pie and for the people, and that when the democrat have bwu sent into power by the people, democrat ought to occupy all the chair around the fireside. Since our democratic president htn been in the central chair there haa been a little grumbling, and I have been one of the grumbler because the proceesion of the rarcal going out i not quite broad enough, and the atep not quick enough. Hut in more nil retire moment I someti...

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. — 22 September 1885

Stanford, Ky. September 22, 1885 W. P WALTON. It teems etrange lo the unsophisticated' but it Is nevertheless true, that for several years tne Courier-Journal supposed to be the leading demicratic paper of the South, has had for h managing editor a republican of the deipst dye, Mr. George Jones Trueheisooe 01 the most competent bb well as the hardest working newspaper man in the 8 ale, but the average layman on not appreciate how a man can advocate the principles of one put? in his writings and support and act with the other, and had it been Generally known, that psper would have been accused more than it was of having republican 'proclivities. Tnis condition ha bjen changed by the resignation of Mr. Joce, who will fill a similar paction on the Commercial, and the succe'sionof Cil. E Polk Johnson to the vacancy who. if not hampered in his work, will leave no grounds for even a suspicion ol anything but true democracy. We shall miss him greatly, however, from our favor ite, the lima,...

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. — 22 September 1885

Journal Btanford, Kyn September 22, 1885 t.A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall trsln going North ,...JM9 r. M. ovum .. ...... 1 W Ft M nipmMraln" Mouth .... l si a.m. Theatre It calculated on standard time, Bolat tlms li ibout M minutes" faslar i0C4 NOTICES. Boy your school booki from Penny A (cAIIter Completr Hock of iicbool book and achool suppllea at McR)brta A Stnjrg'H. Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Fenny A , Buy the Haas Hog Remedy, the original and onlv genuine, from Penny AMcAN leter. A co.MM.RTr. Mock of jewelry, latent tyle, IWkford watrhea a apecially, A McAIIxter. FxitMtns, Head Tjiih. Oo to Dr. M. L. Bourne' druu atom and get one package of b'hm A. Clark'K Hob Kemedy, If you are not aatiafimi after ticing it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Joe 6evi:itANCE hm g'ne lo KIrka Tille to chool. B G PKN.viNorotf, of Piilukl, ia Tilling hi. parent". Mifs Home pENNixriTOS'fl school numbers 10 pupil. Vlt I). Ki.am ha Mti'nel from the citlf with hi fall...

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. — 22 September 1885

& interior I'ournal fi OLD DUMPS." New York News. They uwi to make fun of blm at tbe office. Ho was a queer old fellow, with a solemn face, and what we thought ridiculously polite ways, llo'd tako oil bis hat when he came In and say: Good morning, gontlomon.. I trust I seo you all In good health thli fine day." And omo of tho hoyi would grin and some would nod and some wouldn't do anything; but I never could help standing up and bowing, perhaps becauo I knew that my mother would hare said I ought to dolt. To be sure, be was only on ralary like our solve, but bad boon at Rock & Burton's years, and young fellows had come and gono, and there bo was. And, you see, it was gentlemanly of him, I said; -n-i if be was a llttla creature, wltn n queer llttlo wig, why, he looked somehow like a gontlemau, too. I said S3 once to Merrivale, n;xt dosk to mine; but well I didn't try it again. You seo Merrlralo was up to everything, dressed elegantly, sneered at everything, almost, and I'd co...

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. — 25 September 1885

V Heekhi jitefiit WtVM, mtfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 18S5. NO. 59 $nlcrior$ournaI fhlthctl Tucmlav ami Frtaau tU.OO lX31l A.N1VUIH Bsnpald atilctly In advance. It have to to wait any time, B3.B0 will be chanted. VV. P. WALTON. "Cureka." A friend aenili in a copy of the Nirlh MlJller (Kit) Chronic'.t which com roenta n fol'o va onMr BtrneV naw boak, "Eureka": Utile tnok Mr. O. 0. Ihrnw (whose rllt to North Middlesex lail mitumer cuattl no little excitement) H(k tocdt forth tbe reaaon why he haa jolneJ hlrcKflf to tbe Etlabltahed Church of Eiictand, which he deBcribe as the only true church. Put in few word hU Ij tnWnwn There can be but one true church and not a number of eeci; for tht church Mr. HtrrtM hue been eeektnp for year, an I after vainly trylnic the nnd Plymouth Brethren ivctlonn he has. discovered the object of hid pro longed netrch In the Church of Upland, which heideottfiM with the church of ancient Iaraol, .peclally blemai and favored hr Qol nerQie...

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. — 25 September 1885

1 V r " - ST t Stanford, Ky September 25, 1885 W. P. "WALTON. JoiiNNY WiBEi not tailing in pleant waters in his csnvais for governor of Virginia. Oao of his main points was the denunciation of the pople of Danville for what he said was " premeditated plol to murder innccnt negroes for political pur poses." When he went to Danville last week to 'tk, Dr. Tempi', & leadinjr politician, called on him at bis hotel and addressed him thur: "Mr. Wise, you hate denounced the people cf Danville as liars and cowards. You were a liar when jou made h ich h charge, and if you will come with me to a room up stairs, I will ascertain whether you are not also a coward. I shall not excite the crowd against you, but the ma ter will be arranged fmately between you and me " Mr. Wise replied. ' I am here on business and have no friends, but if you will not press me I think the matter cn be arranged as you desire." During his speech that night Wise iook pains not to refer to his cbargts against Danvill...

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. — 25 September 1885

Stanford, Ky Septombor 25, 1885 t.SN. LOCAL TIME CARD. till train lolnf North . - ..J 039 r. Mi " ' Houth. ........... ...,,... 1 80 Tt Sf mrrMilraln" Booth., UltllMltHtMl .... 1 A. M. ' Mofh.., I...,.,........,..... 2 05 Ailli the jot ti calculated on standard tttct. Holar ilmels j bout 20 tnlnuUa faatar LOCAL NOTICES. Hoy your ochooi book, from Penny A XcAHster. CoMri.KTE Mock of nchool book and chool Hupplim at McKoUrta & Hibkk'iI. Watch eh and Jewtlry repaired on short mice and warrnnted br Ponnjr A McAlli r. Doy the Haa Ho(c Remedy-, the original and onlr icenulne, from Penny A coMri.rTE Mock of Jewelry, UteM tyle. KnrWnrd watche perialtya I'eti' ny A McAltrtrr, PERSONAL. Col. W. 0 Welch haa gone to the Eipoaliloi Mim ANWIE Aicoks l iiifndlnu the fair at Somerset. Mr. ash Mif. W M. IJooLB went to Louisville- yeMerday. Mlt. II. Matti.nmlt nd on, Phil, went to Karma yrnterday Mim. Joseph Lm i lyinc at the point of death of fever Mill MooDV Hauius will leave Monday for thecitl...

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. — 25 September 1885

-v "jB"agr a.tvvr.x. , r - t -v a. WK' Mr-J .-2- - grin Interior Journal DOCTOR GEORGE. I. L. Rnrbour In lloston Examiner. About tbo only earthly poisos'lon of any volus Georco llixson lial on his !12st lilitliiliy was a liiuidsomo diploma of parch., rnont tlaJ up with a Llus ribbon. Tha diploma was iroin a medical college of very i high standing, and George had worked turd and faithfully for four long years for that diploma. That bo doserval it tnado it a valuable possession. He had with It a good deal of capital in the shapo of courage, enthusiasm, faith in ' himself anl the world. Ho was honest, ' manly and patient, and could begin life at ! the right end of tho lad lor. Hs was so poor that ho had to walk part way from J tho college to his old home, tbo village of ' Sharon. The first man be met at the end of . his - J-.... a.Aa old Enoch T .a.. tirosomo journey was Lamp- son, a man who had known Goorgo from the day of his birth. "How do do, Goorgo, bow do dof Homo again, eliP was...

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. — 29 September 1885

Heetto A Devoted Biiothek. I suppose it something of a phenomenon, but I know a man here who takes his sister to nil the first nights at the theatre aud who actually gave her a monopoly of the opera season. I was praising him and saying all sorts of things complimentary over his dutiful conduct. He said: "Ho. There's nothing wonderful or extraordinary about it. She is the only woman I know in whom I have the most thorough confidence. She is always the same, always pleasant and and to tell you the candid truth, I am afraid she will go and marry some of thore imitation men around here and be unhappy all her life. She has nobody else to look to, and I'll take care she does not have to look to anybody else. I suppose some day a genuine man will come along. If he's a genuino man I won't object. Until he does come, old boy, she's good enough for me, and if lever find as good a girl I'll marry her." San Francisco Chronicle. A Small Boy' Idea. He was small for a witness, but he knew a good ...

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. — 29 September 1885

Stanford, Ky September 29, 1885 W. P. WALTON. The New York democrats made short work of their convention, by renominating Gor. Hill on the first billot. He received 337 of tho 3S0 volts and bU nomination was afterwards made untnimous. Flower, who received but one vote for the gubernatorial nomination, was made the candidate for lieutenant governor but he subsequently declined the honor. A resolution la. menting the death of Gea. Grant and a fitting crown to his illustrious career, "in his dying invocation of peace and cood will between the heroes he led and the heroes he corquered," was carried by a roming yote. The platform congratulates the country on the election and of Cleveland and indorses bis It approves and indorsee the administration of Governor Hill, reaffirms the declarition of the Democratic National Convention of '76, 'SO and 'S4 in regard to the necessity of reforming the Civil Service, but condemns the actual administration of the existing civil service laws, as have ...

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. — 29 September 1885

V. Stanford, Ky Septembor 20, 1880 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. stall tt tin going North .11 souths Expmitraln" Houtb, ' " " Norb., ! Ht 1739 P.M. ....1 90 r. M. .. 1 82 A.. M. m 2 OS A. U. The re la calculated ou standard time, ilmels about 50 minutes faster Bolar LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your echoot booki from Penny A McAIIiler. Com r let c stock of echool book and ichool euppllee at McRobirta A Stajcf,'). Watcheb and Jewelry repaired on short ootice and warranted by Penny & Mc A liner. Buy the Haaa Hog Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny A co.Mri.rTK atocfe of jewelry, latest tyle. Hoc k ford a specialty. Penny c McAlixter. PERSONAL. Mn. Fhanic Mahhis went to Louie ville ye.ttrrday. MisiFw)iiKsce Kites i the guettof Mr. J. M. PnllliM Mrs Cvntiiia Caiuon haa returned from Kpvrii Biruu'i, Tenn. Mn. A. F. KviNd. of Dsnvllte, wa to tee old friend a few Utm ago, Mil. J. V. HaYDKN U mill confined to hia but I Ml!a Mamik Uiiyant, loeelf little Virginian, i the giie'l ol Mmi K len Mk. Joum W...

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. — 29 September 1885

Interior lournal MY LAST REHEARSAL. llleury Turner In London Society 1 Probably tbo theory of evolution never received a mora practical Illustration, physically and mentally, than In my ens. For, vrhorons I am now a portly, sjdata, well-to-do father of a family, church warden, oversea er and guardian of my parish, some thirty yean ago I was a sleuder, bachelor, impecunious, and ready at a moment' notice for any folly which might present itself to my ercitabte ani mercurial temperamont Vicioui I was not, but merely thoughtless and inconslJerato. My name is Mathews, and I was chrls tenod Charlos, after an uncle, from whom my father had pecuniary erpectattotn. Tbo lato Cbarlos Reade was undeniably right when ho said that versatility never pays. I was a fair baritone singer, a clever carl caturiU, an admirable mimic, and oujojod great renown as an amateur actor. Yet, at the ago of 23 I was entirely dependent on my father for the necessaries of life and pocket money. My largost creditor ...

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. — 2 October 1885

Semi VOL. XIV. Weeili Id making this our flrat announcement nkiw JmtftiaL Wo can show an exteniivo stock of Cottons, Calicos, Ginghams, Tarns, Linsoys, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Table Linens, Hambargs, Crapes, Kid Gloves, Edgings, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Braids, Collars, Cuffs, Belts, Portmoniee J Corsets, Hoop Skirts, Ribbons, Buttons, Combs, Brushes, Hair Ornaments, Macrano Cord, Flosses, Veilings, Felts, Shawls', Crashes, Towels, Curtain Laces, Cretonnes, Zephyrs. Laces in many designs and DRESS GOODS in great variety. -Made by tho Our &5T In conclusion wo ask tho trado AGRICULTURAL, An occIonl application of crude car bolic acid between the toe, of sheep, is a tire pretention of foot rot. Iowa baa 359 head of cattle to the quire mile, which U the greatest average of any Slate in the Union. New hm 5 000 Acres in cranberries, is with a yield taut rear of about 125,000 bushel, worth $3 per bushel. Olre hens constant access to lime In some form, Hens must hare the raw materi...

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. — 2 October 1885

VLm Stanford, Ky., October 2, 1885 V7. P. WALTON. Alzxtkr written by that fiery, untamed fighter inaide the safe walls of a printing office, Mural llalatead, to Gov. Ghaae in lfc'G3, ha been published. In it he denounced Grant as a drunken aw, incompe tent to command an army, wanted the "foolish old Hunter to die and get u o .1,0 ... .. Mitrhal did." advised Chase to take Lincoln by the throat and knock his head against a wall until he waa brought to hiaeentesand made to change his weak, puling, piddling humanitarianism, which is death and hell to the army, and order that deserter bj shot by the dozen. He was so disgusted with Lincoln that he felt that it would be doing God's service to kill him if it wu not H mlin waa a bigger fool than he waj les dependence upon the ne,?ro; the Rrreat and trial of Henry May and Wendell Pnillipi for and the suppreion of the New York Iribune and the Herald, were some 01 nm many wild suggestions. Thia ia the way the young fool raved sitting in the sa...

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. — 2 October 1885

I w JntcriorloHrnal Stanford, Ky KxpmtiMiB" toutb. Jonx A Cimpbelisville. ton.. 1 11 ! Ontober 2, 1885. 1.AM.L8CAL TIME CARD. Mall trtta ceil Worth 1 sTOUtD .....J 159 r. M. 1 so r. m. I 32 Ai U. if MM 03 A Iff . Tbs-JOT Is calculated on standard Urn.. lira li heart M Bleats tout. Bolat lowiwrcrt, HUT your school booki from Penny & McAIMk. Complete stock of school books ami school supplies at McRobsrts & 8tagg's, Wasokks and Jewelry repMred on short notice and warranted by Penny A Mc A User. Buy the Haas Hog Remedy, the ordinal and only genuine, from Penny A Oomim.ktk stock of ewelry, latent rtyln. Kockford watches n specialty. Penny A McAlister. PERSONAL. MoKonrJtTH has L'ono to MumMollir Dai'oiikkty ha gone to Louisville to visit friends. Mtss Dolus: William is the guest of her aunts, the Misses Peyton. MtwE. Minnie and Jennie Gentry, of Metcvr, rre viMtitw Mrs T. J. Boeley. Mim Robert Latimer, of Ltxlngto, (., is the gtiet of Mr. Henry Biughman. Mirw MattiePaxton ha accep...

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 October 1885

i- lit it 9- MKE Vufttlihtnl Tuemlnua mid Frtdaw A3.00 PER ANNDM nso paid strictly Id adTanoo. II we hare to wait dt time. 82.B0 will be chanted. W. P. WALTON. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. George and Hurve Mel fin, fortnerlV of this place, but now of Lj, are spsnding a few dya with us. Judging from present prospects, the festival to be given at Brodhead Academy on neii Saturday evening will be a grand success. , . Our Sabbath school is now in a flourishing condition. The attendance is good, the teachers are zealous and faithful, and the superintendent untiring in his efforts. The Brodhead Academy ts under the supervision of Miss Alma Carson, assisted bv Mr. Robt. L. Edmonson, of Rinerville, Kr. The attendance during the first month has averaged 81. The number of dally recitations is between 00 and 100. Patrons and friends are cordially invited to visit the echool. -On the night of the 2Stb, Mr. J. E. Woodyard'a store was burglarized, an entrance being eflected through a small window...

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 October 1885

Semi VeeUii lit 0 efjtof BB nnfm W vol. xiv: STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1885. NO. 62. jSiwMfiBecMn Intcriorlournal 3. 'wolfated TueiiJaui and Frt&aim ta.OO I'EIl A.IWUM htnpatd (trlctlr In eJranci. If we have to wn enr tlm". ta.OO will b. ebim.d. W. P. WALTON. FROWENDIEN8T. -?a Francis Earis. Dorn in another century, to old, Jim yoara of lor and crime and prayer, You would liars boon, no doubt so Utha and fair A atntely feudal dams; and I And 1 your page, jvrchance. I lorei to drtam o of ut twain; Your largo, clear eyes bad boon bOW IWMt Donoatb tbo tall, vrhlU colft Your dainty foot 8lQtr.mori.13 for tbo h.ary train Wli.ro crl.t loopards prfool AVIth foiled palms and A little weary of your queenly life You, dellcaUs a rough Crusader's wifa 1 dream. In vaulted ball .Lot fait Though hawthorn an all wblto. And I, your pogo, your thine, your lnv, I bear your house's llllot on my re it, And lore of you deep-bidden it my breast. My eye are calm, my tntsn I irrare; None dreamt...

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 October 1885

3. Stanford, Ky October 8, 1885 W. P. WALTON. iTiaetrangebjt nevertheless true that Un m. mtn nella hii birthright for a mC6B of potage, or rather a little temporary gov ernment position, he feels it his bounden duty to champion the causo of every dlf ty renegade, even at the expense of the truth. Taking as hit text the biseless charge that we had commended Dr. Temple'a attack on John S. Wise tor hie denunciation of the Danville people, and ridiculed the latter because he did not fight, the editor of the Somerset RtpubUean makes an allusion to us which is as false as it is ungentlemanly. In rgrd to the Wife matter we merely stated the facts in the cBe, adding only that he did not make his usml attack on the Dinvllle people after the affair. The question of our personal bravery is one ti navr HinriiM. in fact we make no claim to any, but while we never provoke a row if possible to prevent it, no man can truthfully say that we ever shirked the responsibility of one, If nothing else wo...

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