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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 December 1882

knf 'QTAatTB'OKD, 3CST. Tuesday MoralBg, Deeatar IB, 1M "norfli." The following article, contributed br,a yalocd cprrcapomlcnt, ii 10 true, ami 'si thoroughly Illustrates he mat ter treated, that wo publiih it ver batira: "there ii nothing ao annoying to those which are brought into contact with it aa ignorenae if. Ignorant peo pie are unablo to undentasd thoae tblagf which' Hie emago inlndjihotikl comprehend at onct. Education openi the mental vition, aa it were, and present to the thialclng mind a vast panoramm of beauty, wliilo to tlie course and talgar eye of" igrioronso thero is nothing attracUre.' "daniel wobttor unctt said that nol edge is power and his great dictionary is adtqualo proof that ho was no slouch himself in tho education line. I have often, saw people who bceamo the Victims e? their'fisiloW men W cause they were not informed upon things of which they should have ob tained a nollcdgo, while others who hid obtained a thorough education could take a pencil or a piec...

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. — 19 December 1882

8 t I I I I ' i M i l Stiw-WtcHIIilnltriirMnal so?.a.:n,:e,o:r:d, ibcst. Tuesday MoralBg, Decent 19, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR DOUBLE NUMBER. 4. "W CHRISTMAS 8IFT. TnKlNTKRion J0URKAL,in IuSemi Weeklt form, completes the first year of iU existence; with this issuoand eel ebrates the anniversary by appearing before its appreciated readers, to proud of Itself, that its ordlaary t-uit was far too small to hold it, nor would any thiee short of this double sheet. It Tbk Harrodsbwg Enftrpriu has found out to its sorrow that tho Men del'soda Piano Co. are miserable swin dlers, and asks its exchanges to pass thera around. The best time- to pass such concerns is when they send their insultingly low offers for advertising space, payable in imaginary pianos at fabulous prices. We always do. The bcsHty of the new Chinese bill is exemplified in the fact that a Chi naman living at Pittsburg, Pa., wish Ibk to ko to his native country and marry, telegraphed to Secretary Fol ger, asking if ho would ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 December 1882

t ': Stnu-Mtthl0nltri0rDHmal si .A-iar:-o-ix. ky. Tuesday Morning, Deeeabw 19, 1882 LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. ritMKitr train North.., I MS. u, " (Moth. joir.n LOCAL NOTICES. Ilur Paint of Penny A McAlIster. lltir yoursmmiinlllon of til kind from Moltoberla A Hutg, New Mock of Jewelry and 8lltr-are at Penny A McAtlster'a. Watchbh, Clocka (ml Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlIster, Fall lot of Zelgler'a Hhoet Just recelr ed and form! at J. II AH. U. Hhanki. Standard Hheet Music, Vocil and In strumental, fur 10 cent at Penny A McAI liter'. La Rue stock of Window Glass, all atiea Double thick glass for flower pits. I'enny A McAlIster. Jurr recelred a now lotof clotWfor la dle and children and a fine lot of Dol man. J. II. AH. II. flltANK. PERSONAL Mr. B. M. Canon, of LouIitIIU, arrlr ed yesterday. Mr. J. II. WATtoff, of Walton, U on a visit to hi father at Crab Orchard. Mr John Buluo, Masonry Contract or of the K, C It. K. u here yesterday. Mr. Dakicl Staoo and family taored to...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 December 1882

It U n 5ti-Mtcklu$nlcri&r3oMrid GL m i 1 STAKJOBD. KY. .Twwtky Mania. DeeeHttwr 10, 1882 MINISTERS FLIRTATION. I was engaged to Angelina Melville, and I thought myself tho luckiest man living. Angel in was so handeomfl that no stranger ever saw her without expressing admiration, and oco did nottwMr of the face after years of familiarity with it. Bbe was well bred, accomplished and a great heiress. I had reason to believe that she was very fond of mo. No man could be more entirely contest than I was as I leaned back in tho first-class carriage which took, mo from Glasgow into the country to mo vaie ot uruix, wncre i was to preach a few Sabbaths. Tho pulpit was vacant, and I was going,to,try my wings. With my pecuniary 'prospects, I scarcely thought I should care to accept a call to the Vale of Cruix, but I had no objections to filling its pulpit for a few weeks, especially as Angelina had gone to tho west coast, and Glasgow' was warm and stuffy and stupid. Casual remembrances of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 December 1882

0S MsfLsSSBSMSjSS mi-I8fcM$ $neri irrarmd STANTOBD, K7. Tuesday Morning December 19, 1882 tkt Oaitrttol. illi wm ft full blooded AmerteMi, M ami h hMi Men tecona-hnnd mm "hand-rne-tlovrn" clothing dcalra ia hi )lo time ami goae theirs, one bet tor, Ho entered Jhe Israelite's iliop, and eleratiog ht hand to tho lerel of hit eari and tbaklng It parallel with hit,ihoulden, exclaimed: "How you Tit, mine trendl?" "I vm not ao Terr Tell," replied Moan. . ' "Haf you a forty-fire dollar oafcr coat rat rai raado Jo order (or a tu deat, rot you aellroe for drcedollart?" Mote looked at tho wood-bo pur chaer from bead to foot, "Vm you au orphan?" "No, I rai no orphan, but I haf a a brudder mlt Schaltata itroel rot ells goodi rot tm an orphan." 'I dink you rai glre rae taffy." "Well, how about that overcoat, old nan?" lUggeated the protpeetive purchaser, ia regular U. ti. language. "Isaac, rill you ihow de gentleman dot make to order llrince Albert oa fergoat, Tot you wjy-veaTek mit dot tudent?"...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 December 1882

? QT.A.liTFOieX). 3C"3T. Twe4y Mentlsg, Deeeisber 19, 189S THCOLD CHURCH BELL. RlBf en, rlnf en, rwtat BtbbtUi Will Thy mallow lone t t to br, 1 waa a boy libra Brat Uir M In maid upon injr tar t In tboM dur day lon put nd coo Whta portm' bar In Injlah ;!, Tit mafia of thy aMth Ion, Awrk rmotlona dttf In In. Ixin( yaara barf ttonft, (nil t liar ilrayad Out o'er tb world, fir, far away, Bat tby tut tonaa hat round ro layd On Try kmly fUbbtth day. When rtrolllna; o'rr tbe mighty plain Hprtad widely In lb naptopled Writ, JUch Sabbath morn IV bunt thy itrln Tnlllnj th wa.'rora day of ml Upon th Rocky monntitn'i crtat, Vbcn Chrlatlan ft haw dt trod, , Jn th dwp boaoni of tb Waat 1 thought of the ud worahlrd Oodl Rlngon,iimtUIll 1"t com again To bur thy cherlahad call to prayer. Then1 lea of pltarar now than pain In thoM dear tonoi Vhlch fin my ear. Jlloc on, ring o, dear bell I ring on I One mor I"t come Kith whitened head To bear the toll. Tb eon n da ar font I And r tbla BabUth day bai...

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 December 1882

iiewi - Weeklii 'fiiefto mtfttal ll VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. jSmMtthlijInlmorlournal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22.1882. Editor end Propnthr Bmlnttt Managtr ir. ft imtoy, r. it. wLTN, - aw. It? : z : z tnbllihra Tufiiinym unit JrVfrfni, D'J.HO l'DIl ANNUM. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 10G. Tlcsst don't tend stamps In pavsn.ntof sub scription, eirvpt tornattthatira, tnd then of J Boralnsllons net over bre rnts. ' nho Can Tht Btt On the current of sociotj now there ii floating just now tho ipicicst morsel f society gossip that people have (lis euftedfor tnanjndajr. Thoitorycomca from Crab Orchard, and the courier ulio brought It to tho town folks is willing to vouch for its solidity. Here in Louisville thcro dwells a fleshy widower who is an ardent swain Oace he was a turfman, with a proud prestige and a blue-grass farm. Thwo luxuries, however, wcro all swept away by financial roverses, and then the portly turfman joined the church and developed into a lecturer. Again he failed, and very recen...

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 December 1882

Mf ?g!Tmmimm r :j i1 (I Smi-MhIjj3nltnorMmaI ST-A-CN-yOIRXJ, ICY. Friday Morning, December 22, 1882 VI. P. WALTON, CD iron Dorsey, the Urronte' tbief, i pub Irshisg large budgets of letter from Garfield and otben to show how high y be wm held in the estimation of the late lamented President, and they do ibow that he vis considerably cbeek-bjjowl with him. They lur ther show that Garfield was posesscd all diirieg the canvass with interne anxiety u to the result of the election LINCOLN COUNTT. Hintonrillt. The mill work are progressing rapid and that he was In for almost any nt" D,a" ""loue M"aa ,m,roTe Beast to secure his victory. In one Thejoong folks srebaiy preparing; for tbeir musiccxlramatic entertainment on the :reih. ilopether will be encouraged, The bill to fell the Soldlera' Home properly at Harrodanurg, has passed both II on ees. The nl earnings of the Ckesapeaks A Ohio R. R. hare teen at the rale of a mil Hon andahiirdollan perannam daring the lilt fix month, and a rife in...

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 December 1882

I T..,.. AmMffltthlBlnltricrlMriml BTANffORD, KIT. Friday Morning, December 22, 1882 L A H. 10CAL TIME CARD. rMMKftf trains North.. " Boalh. , M A. M. . M F. M LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Vtnnj A McAllater. llur -our ammunition of all kind from McKoberU AHugg, Nkw ilock of Jewelrr and 811-erwsre at Ptnnr A feAliili. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A MoAllster. Vxu. lot of Zelgler'a 8hws juit recelr ed ami for what J, II. AS. II. rjlisn.t. Htanoard Sliect Music. Vocal and In- slrunienlal, for 10 cent at IVnnr A McAI liter'a. Lakor stock of Window (Haas, all slit. Double thick glass for flower lilt. IVon A MoAlUter. Jurr received a new lotof cloaks for 1 din and children and a fine lot of Dol mini. J. II. AH. II. Hiiank. PERSONAL Mim Jennie Huoiiaman was here -es-lenlr. Mr. O. M. Daviso la home frora hit "itlllerj" In Mercer. Mim Mattic Drown, ol Lancssler, Is with her ilater, Mrs. Deo. II. Iltuce. MimMaooikIIahris went to Louis Tllle Testerd to attend Chrl...

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 December 1882

it r i F p? iff km&tt 3f nicrior Jwiral BTA.lT35,ODRX). 3C3T. FriaAyMoraSg, December 22, '1882 TUli LOST II ILL, A Story nf Lore, , Old fjcrsld Iliisliford was dead And bnricd, end nil Iho dear five hundred friend woro in ft state o( Astonishment iind consternation rer Lis will, for it named hia pet and protogo, Marian Gray, his nolo heircas, while liU licphow, Ikil)crt Kusbford, was not even men Honed. "Tlicro is somo strftngomisUke," Mr. Wildo, tho lawyer, said. " Thoro was n Inter will than this drawn up after Mr. Kobert enmo home, and leaving tho bulk ef thdproperty to him. In it Mis Gray was generously remembered, too; but this one, which makes her heiress, wns mode whilo Mr, Iliisliford was ignorant that his nephew hnd escaped. 1 sup posed that this will hnd long sinco been destroyed." " What caused him to supposo sot" wns Robert Itushford's very natural question; to which hfs lawyer replied thatlSS client hod told him on tho oo eftMoa of hia drawing up tho second will tha...

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. — 26 December 1882

mfefit fttsil L Volume .--number 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2G.1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 107. fkm wee lit 9; I Jicim-Mtthln 3n,crior$ouriml IK. A WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor - - - Business Manager m - , WALTON. JBt "" fFilhllnheil Ti , 'iifcMn'icif Tticmtitu nml l"rltau rVJ.tJO 1'lJIl ANNUM:. V . priwKHlWl n. tlsmpi In payment of iab- Iplliffl. eiecptln mtkeiehtnire. and then of ilfr- nmlffillwn ntvtctver ihrwteent i Hungarian Sharper. 'X certain Ilungnrlnn connlcsa, well known for hor riches nnd beauty, gfitoeil-wiili lior prctenoo tho perform mice Ht tlio Summer Theatro at Hilda l'esth ono evening. On ono of her fnir finger lior ladyship woro two dm inond ring) exactly liko each other. DuritiR an entr'acte thcro presented himself in her Iwx a b.g"f6lIoV in gor geous livcrjr six feet of tho finest iliuikoy immnginnblo. Quoth he, in purest Hungarian: "My mistress, Princess 1' , has sent mo to beg of your ladyship tho loan of one of your rings for five minutes. Her Iligl...

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. — 26 December 1882

s I f I .1 . i r Stnu-Mctlilnlnlfriorlournal STANFORD, ICTT. Tnesday Morning, Decomber 20, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR The Adrantaget of the Proposed Railroad. That tho averages man fa selfish and picayune i shown too often to mnko thcannounccment nn item of new, and no do not give it as such, but to illus trato a few points in regard to tho proposition for this county to donato tho right-of-way and depot grounds to tho road to bo built from this point, or some other in tho adjoining coun ties, to Nashville. It has been shown conclusively that tho taxes on the new road alone would pay for such a dona tion in a very few years, besides en hance tho valuo of tho property of tho county generally and tho section thro' which it runs particularly, and there by lich ten taxation, let there aro peoplo in whoso eyes a nickle looks so large that they prefer to continuo to squeeze it, notwithstanding it could by a judicious investment bo raado in a few years to yield an eaglo. They urge that if t...

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. — 26 December 1882

Ami-fflltehliilnlttiorjownal Tuesday Morning, December 20, 1882 L. 4 N. tOCAL TIME CARD. I'aiieefrr trains Nsrth . " " Honth.. ... t Ma. m. . 2 Mf. LOCAL NOTICES. Ilov Paihth of l'enny A McAIIste r. Iluvywirsmmlinitlon of ll kind from Mcltoberts ti Htajtg. Nr.w stock of Jewelry ami Sllrerware at l'enny A McAlliterV. Watch w, Clocks and Jewelry repaired ml warranted by Penny A McAliater. Fa i.i. lot of Zeli:Ier' Shoe lint recele. ed (lid for sale at J. II AH. II. tiliankr. Htanoahii Kheet Music, Vocal and In. atriimental, for 10 cents at l'enny A McAI isterY Im tin n (lock of Window (Hawaii the. Double thick kIm for flower pits. Penny MoAllsler. Just teceired a now lolof cloak for la dle and children and a fine lot of Dol man. J, II. A 8. II. HllANKH. PERSONAL. I)n.(. II. MeltouKHTK, of Liberty, la with lila old friend here. Mim Lucy Tatk and brother, Clar ence, bare Rone to MItcliellaburg. -Mas. MAluitAl.r, of l'arkefllle, la vis King her sister, Mm. Col.T. I. Hill. Mn. V. W. Joiins...

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. — 26 December 1882

r r 5tnu-Mc(hlii nltriorournal 8TANPOBD. ICY. Tuesday Morning, December 2G, 1882 VliXSlTl OF POPULATIOX, Mow th PtopU of the Vnllnl Matt Vhlrlbulcit. Art Tho census reports eomo interesting facta in regard to areas of population classified accordion; to degrees of densi- ty. . Tlio census compilers divido thol.CCO, 570 squaro miles of settled territory ia tho country into flro classes of "areas," tlio first consisting of thai which contain from two to six perrons to tho square milo; Uio second, that having six to eightocn to tho squaro milo ; Hits third, eighteen to forty-fivo ; tho fourth, forty- &o to ninety, and tho fifth, over nine ty. Except during tho decado from 1890 to 1870 there has been a compara tively sternly increase, of tho total settled area, varying from 20 to 30 per cent, whilo tho pcrccntago of incrcaso in pop ulation has been somotvhat higher. lb 1700 when tho first census wni taken, tho first class of areas was tho largest ; and, whilo not quito holding its r...

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 December 1882

jfemi - Ha Hi fitefio ( litilit 1? titi sir I VObUMB X.-NUMBER 510. Stmt-"83Ie(Hii3nlmoronniaI IK. P. WALTON, Cditor and Proprietor Butfnttt Manager WALTON, - I'nhthhut Tuemitnyt unit IVIitois, MU.no lnil ANNUM. ear flee s din t ,rl sJshij.i In payment of tub- Rfjplhn. eaeept to make clung iin.l then if d Miiijntln wt itt.r ihree tnl, WA She Actepted Him A New fear'i Shtch. It was llio last overling ol tho dying year, nml llio lcnut!rul Botibronla Suggs walk slowly back and forth lieluro her pluto-glnw, gilt-framcil mirror, In the elegant drawing-room of ho lumptuoiM home on Harrison nv onuo. HophrotiTa Suggi, like tho year, was dying dying to know who nnti how many of her admirers would call to gazo upon her lorclinos, heighten' cd as it was by all that her papa's wealth could affonl, and that tho cos turner's, tho hair-drcucr's and tho painter's art could give HsrW What is thai? It is tho bell. It is tho ring of Henry Hawkcswor thy. 8ophroui kuow it well. Hen ry Hawkcsworthy thoug...

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 December 1882

'I if - 1. .1 Stmi-Mct filn $nf wor$ournnI QTAHFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, December 29, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR The Courier-Journal never openly condemns tho Governor of Kentucky lor his wholesale nbtiso of the pardon ing power, notwithstanding it knows that the unparalleled increase in crirao in the State is due almost entirely to it, and that but for it, its very tlamag iog though truo assertion that the Christmas killings in tho State aro "too numerous to mention" could not have been made. It shuts its eyes to what is going on at home, but when it gets a chance at another executive that is not doing half so bad, it speaks out strong and boldly. Hear it: "Gov. Ste phens, of Georgia, has begun bis gu bernatorial career by pardoning n couple of murderers who have no shad otr of a claim to Executive clemency. This, is very bad for Gov. Stephens' administration and very bad and wo- fully demoralizing for tho Stato of Georgia. Deeds of violence in tho Southern States are directly enco...

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 December 1882

"mr !T! Snm-M(t!iln$n(crior$ournnl STAisraroRX), ky. Friday Morning, December 20, 1882 LAN. I0CAL TIME CARD. Passenger Irelnj North..., " " floulh... . SO A. M. .1NM LOCAL HOTICCS. Ilov Paint of Penny ft McAliater. IlllYyotir ammunition of all kind from Mollolierl ft Htiien. Nkw Mock of Jewelry and Silverware it renny A .McAihler's. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired antl warranted by Penny A McAlister. Kali, lot of Zelgler' Shoes Just receiv ed and for U at J. II. cVH. II. tihanW. Htandahii Hheet Mimic, Vocal and In atrumenUl, for 10 cent at Penny ft McAl iater'. L Alton slock of Window (Him, all sites, Dotilile thick rIss for flower pita. Pennv A McAllMer. JuaT received a new lotof cloaks fur la dle and children and a fine lot of J)ol mina. J. II. AH. II.Hiiankn. PERSONAL Mit.droitnr ISuhton Id back from the mountain enjoying Christmas, E Mrs. II. 0. JtniniiT la with htr old frlenda In Danville thia Chtlstma. K II. Haydkn went to the big hop at Lebanon ostensibly, but really, Ac...

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 December 1882

w h r - i i t Stntr-Mtrhlu nlcrtoronnmI aTANFOBD, 3CY. Friday Morning, December 29, 1882 HULLS A SI) Jl 11 A ItS. A aUmpm nf Hit .iptrnlnUrr irorM-TAr .fiipo" r lAe '.Slrfrt." trrora the Philadelphia r-renleg IlaEetln.) A War is ono who looke. forward to a nil in Blocks n:ul sella in liopo of being nlilo to buy nt n lower piico beforo tho timo comes for ilcl ivory. Tho namo t.i dcriYoil, I Iwliovo, from tho story of a man who sohl n ticnr'n skin beforo ho had canghtor killed tho bear; thongh somo peoplo sny sucli n man is called n bear bocatuo he pulls down, irod otlicra say it originated in tho fact that ho is fittTA TIIIRPTO CATC It A TlltrF. That the polico in Louis rhlllppo'a limo had need of honest, or even half- honest, men is proved by ono of M. Claudo's anecdotes. It still retains tho inatks of Vidoeq's inflnenco, and his moutons lot looso on tho accnt of tlilovcs wero hsrdly better tlian tho samo they tracked. M. Allanl was tho first to do jttstieo to tho odious prcjudico t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 January 1883

lef lit ' Swtf mil VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 109. Stmt UttMi 5i n Stmi-MwhI2nlcrior3founiaI IV. P. WALTON, . . . Miter and Pnpnttor T, ft,, WALTON. - Dutintss Manager 1'ntillnliril Tiirmtnu )tnl l'rilrii KU.BO IM3U .VNXim. cfltnwtilwi'i tfM imm In pijrmxt of eub Htipiren, eapt I make ehnfa ami (hen of il IKnn4nllwn mtnrr IhrMirMil. noun jilonn op Titr.it, A Jiutloo of Uio l'cnco, who was ono fifty walking out for hi licnltli, ilincov crcd n 1 tolilior in tlio not of going through ft Peasant, lustonil of flying with nil peal, tho llohlwr lioldljr stood Ms ground nml mllrd ont : "Your Honor, I iloniro to bring suit ngniimtrtliU Peasant fur money longdno me."' "I owe him nothing-1 never even haw him Ix-foro 1" liontal Uio Victim. "Hint may nil fib," reiliel tlio .Tun. tlw, m lie idowly Hrkled JiPi rtar, " tint Law i. Law, 'Uio lUililier tn-ing tlio Plaintiff in this coso it is ray duty to do oido in his favor without going into jm...

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 January 1883

Stnu-MtcIi!nnlcnoroumaI ST-A-liTIPOiaX), KTT. Tuesday Morninfr, January 2, ldS3 W. P. WALTON, The i'rnnkfort Yeoman which is nothing if not toiuljish and novcr ices augSt'to criticize In democratic officials and whichnpparcntljr bolioves that they liko"tho king can do no wrong," says that our animosity to Got. Blackburn causal us to wantonly aa sail it. Fftlto in two particulars. In the first place we havo no animosity to ward Blackburn, only the aupremest, contempt, and his namo would nefer appear in.thoso columns wero he not occupying a position, which makes his maladministration of affair, a subject of proper and indignant criticism. In thoecond placo we have not assailed the Yeoman unlets it considers itself so bound up and wrapped up in Black burn that a criticism of his abuse of power, is a thrust at his self-appointed and self-debasing organ. And further if the Yeoman considers it only decent journalism to not only wink at, bjt pat on tho back, every official who trancends or...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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