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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 19 January 1883

K m a r 'nmm : - ' 4 jitiju-McthlgRitnor8urnal BT.A.asriE'giEfcr). ky. Friday Morning, - January 19,1883 L. A N. IOCAL Paiisnjertralnt Norm ..., " Booth. TIME CARD. 9 80 A.M. t i) r. m LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv 1'aimth of Penny A MoAIItr. New lnck of Jewelry nml Silverware it fenny McAllatcr'i. Watoiiw, Clock nl Jewelry repaired and warranted hy Penny ft McAIIater. Standard Sheet Mimic, Vocil and In strumental, fur 10 cent at rnny A McAI liter' Larue stock of Wlmlnir OUm, all liea Double Illicit gits for flower pita. Fenny A McAllstcr. PERSONAL ', II. Miu.wt bn returned from MtrVernon. Mux I.urixA Kamiev It visiting, friend. at Faint Ltckl Mm. Mary Howmax anil Mlat Joaio Withers, are In LoiiliTille. I'BCTrv MiMHTiti.t.A Maiiksiiubv, ol Lincaater, wa villi In; the Misera Dinwid dle. ' Mrs. Leo BisoLicro who hat been vlilllng her daughter, Mr. Joe Williams, returned to Kanus, Tuesday. '-rM. W. I. Ernuuoif, a young mer chant of Colombia, U Tltltrng Lie liter, Mra.J. Q Montgomery. He Ii think...

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 January 1883

U i' emi-ttchln inttriorlournal Friday Morning, - January 10, 1883 WIS AXJ) CALLS. Mr I. Drftiu, ruttlrtl nnrl Curone, it fimnrta on lirplnnnllon. From the Ttroeklyn Eagle.1 "I bcliove you lmvo gnmlilotl In AVrtl; street, Mr. Breezy," will Jlrs. Breezy, helping her lord nml master to n cup ol cofTeo. " I lmvo (tpcciilfttcil n littlo in Block, dear, it Hint's what yon moan," iwiul Sir. Breezy, unfolding his napkin. "Samo thing," Brtid Mrs. Breezy; "yon enn call it speculation; I know it'n gambling. How do theydo it, anyway? I rend about puts and calls and n I rad dles, and buy a three's, but I nover can make any head or tail out of it. I eup poso it's all some horrid siting yon men havo invented." "Well, no, dear," said Mr. Breezy, helping his better two-thirds to a chop, "it isn't exactly slang. Yon see, for in stance, I buy a hundred short " " Ton do what ?" cried Mrs. Breezy. "I buy n hundred short," repeated Mr. Breezy. " Well, what in tho name of common sense, do you mean by 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. — 23 January 1883

Intefiof MM x 1 ..J VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. NEW SElUES-NUMBElt 11.1 Send - HeeUo imtftial li j$cmi-McclilLriifcrior$onnmI IV. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Business Manager ..ft, - I'libtltliril 'Txl(itliif t'rlitnv, i m i tvj.nn mjsii ANNinr. "l'lnetn't Mml lUmpl In paTm.nl of attb-K-rlfllon, mpt lo nuVn thn tml then of i l nomination not peer ih ihrtentft. M Wrd THmii9 When Alons ' Jr1 ,"li'?lii,,,Q i1 ,,lo". ''' il'olf' Alxo?k)uoi4'j)fopi nuy beliovothnt W liclSvw'oxaclly ns It docs when thero nre peoplo in it; but that Is a delusion, ruvourill tliicovcr, If you are left nlonoMn it at midnight, titling up lor the rest of tlio fnruilj; at this hour it true disposition will reveal itclf. f . JTp fcitoli it at iU best, pretend to retire, put out the gas or tlio lamp, ami gojupilftjrs. Afterwards, come down softly light no inoro than' ono lamp, go into tho empty parlor, and sett yourself nt a table, with some thlBf;'toTroad:....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 January 1883

5tmi-MttI;liiinftnor3ournaI STAKPOED, ICY. Tuesday Morning, - January 23, 1883 IV. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tht LtgitlaUvt Ract. Four persons Iinvo already nunouuc cl their willingness, not to say nnxio ty, to represent Lincoln county in tlio next Legislature, while perhaps no lesj than forty others are sweetly dreaming and longing for that doubt ful character, known as "Many Vo tors" to write them into brief notorie ty by calls," setting forth in fulsoiuo eulogy their many peculiarly excellent traits and singular fitness to represent the "grand old county" in tho next General Assembly of ignornnco and incompetency. Of the tour candid ates now on tho track, Judgo Hans ford teems to bo impressed with the idea, that his "distinguished services" at tho last cession entitlo him to an endorsement and a reelection. Judge T. P. Hill, Jr., is confident that he can be or service in his day and gen eration and being an aspiring young man, with plenty of brains and pro grcssive ideas, ho is decidedly...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 January 1883

StHii-IttkloInltnorlournal STA.asTB'OIir), 3CV. Tuesday Morning, - January 23, 1R83 L. i N. IOCAL PaiMngerlrilni North .., " ' fcnlh. TIME CARD. "...... I M A. M. 1 w r. m LOCAL NOTICES. liuv 1'aintn of Penny A McAlliter. New stock of Je weir and flllferware at Vtanj A McAlliter'. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted j Penny A MrAllster. SrAMUAnn Hheel Muilc, Vocal and In struments!, for 10 cent at fenny A McAI Ister's. LA HUE itock of Window tils, all sixes. Double thick glss for flower pita. Penny A MeAllsier. PERSONAL. CnAto I back from -Mr. J T. T.sit to Lebanon. Mimed Hellb and Dovik Gampm Ten art Tilling In NlchoUirltle. Mr. J. A. llurfAKER, the popular commercial tourlit spent Sunday here. Mr. J, W. Hastin hss secure! a Clarkihlp with the Laurel Coal, Company. i'Ror. Onrex II. Axdkksox, of Loult Title, la bar In the Interest of the Ency clopedia Brilannlca. Jo DOR V. (1. Baii.it aaema to be Inking fast from a general watting away of the vital forces. He la 80 je...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 23 January 1883

CL StmMfittttWj! nlcrioroiun;tl Tuesday Morning, - January 23, 1883 aiAKixa CAxnr. fionit of the Nttrtti of the JluitntH When granulated sugar is worth 10) or 11 rcnta per pound it must bo clenrly fTccn by any roasonaulo poreon that puro candy cannot bo mado and sold fit retail for 12 cents per pound. Gum drops, uncli as nro usually sold at tlio nboro prica at retail, ara known by confection era ns "A, B." gum drops, and usually con bo lind nt 7) to 8 cents per pound in "barrel lots," Tlicso goods contain very littlo sugar or gnm nrabic, tlio chief ma terial used in their production being starch. Most retail confectioners aro now employing thoir own help and man ufacturing at least two-thirds of tlio goods they sell. They find they can get up lcltcr styles, haro their goods frcsh uiado as often ns thoy want them, and in ns small quantities lis demand requires. What candy may bo stalo is readily mado over again in somo other style, and thoy miffer no loss. About threo years ago caram...

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 January 1883

emi Heett nfefii MfttlL . VLs s? VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 11G (i Smi-flMtthln, Jnlerior$ournnI WVP. WALTON, v " T.ft. WALTON. Editor and Propnttor Butlnttt Managtr I'ublliiliril Tunntuym nnil JFVti, a.U() IM3H A.NNUJf. rllMK iUti'1 sand stamps In pajmrnl of tiln serlptloo, eim llomsVe thanin. anl then of da. X '' - " - aomlnatlocs not new lir rente. ;--- : 4 Noimtity There nro about sixty monks in the Gelhsnmano Abboy in Nelson county, Ky. Only two Americans belong to iho Ordor nuo from Sflrna, Ala., ami ,stbe, other from Philadelphia. A re markable'. rule of tho' Order is that bjjjff precludes all female from en Uruig the abbey, save only lhn wife of the ruler ni the Nation. The Ab bey owns 1 800 acres of land, half of which is In a'atalo of high cultiva. tiuti. Tho monks continue nt their devotions altout six anil a-hall hours, and then thoy march, in silent proce ion, to the chapter room. Hero the) leeetevery morning, and he...

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 January 1883

f uTr -" Stini-tccMn3nlcriorournaI 8TANPOED, ICTT. Friday Morning, - January 20, 1883 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tub Cincinnati 2tct wnnls tlio mis lcadine "onlv" lonneil off", nnd tho icntcnco to rcml, "A tarifl for reve mm." Thii would keep the idea of revenue uppermost nnd in its interpro tutton leavo no room for a diflereuco of nninton or a controversy. Tbcro nro two hundred million dollars oi revenue to raise, and it can bo dono in such n way ns to conserve instead of destroy our infant industries. Tho fint duty of a party to tho people is to bo frank, nud tell what it is going to do. a tariflfor-revenuo only plank starts the legislator nt onco to obey instructions nud lay his impost for rovenuo only. His first articles would bo tea and coffee, where he would secure fifty mil lions, protecting nobody nnd no Amer ican industry. By an internal reve nue tax, neutralizing the protection afforded, the sugar crop, of which very little is raised in tho United States, could be made to afford...

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 January 1883

3 jStnit-ttthlnlnltrioriotirnnl Friday Mornlnfr, - January 26, 1883 1 J . L. A N. I OCAL TIME CARD. Passsngrrtrslns North ...,.,.... ttoi.M. " " rYiuth t Mr, M LOCAL HOriCCS. Hut Paints) of I'enny A MoAllsler. New inck of Jewelry end HIlTerware it Fenny A McAliiler'a. Watchm, Clock mil Jewelry repaired and warranted uy Penny A McAlNter. Standard Sheet Mimic, Vocal and In atrumenlal, for 10 cent at I'enny A McAl liter's. Laiwk stock of Window (Has, nil site. Double thick k' for flower pll. I'enny A McAlister. I). Klam will tell ht entire lot of cloth Ins; at and helow cot to make room for bla new apring, flock. PERSONAL Mm T.T. Da VI km la serlomly ill. Mr It T Mattinolt I on visit to bla father. Dr. J. F. PsrroH la confined to I.I. bed with an abaceM of the head. Mim Jrfuuic Knott, of Lebanon, li visiting old frlenda at the College.' Mm FLOHCxcsItonT0!e,ofClarcoun tj, la -lilting relatlrea In thta vicinity. MtM HcACncaARD Stiwaht, of Crab Orchard, la the r.att of Mn. T. D. New Uod. ...

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 January 1883

SKj.jmnm . - V UMMuttiH Stnu-Mtthln Inleriorjoumal STAKPOED, ICY. Friday Morning, - January 26, 1883 roB j.Vii tub Ksatiatt roEts. II is ptttticularly irritating to tha Anieritnns to bo told that, alter bo man; Gunerntions tif oecomrlislirtl Anil vigor- mm writers, tho jioctry of Edgar Too Mill remains the moit individual poetla product to which tho United States hnve given birth. This h annoying, ninl thoy csoipo it by ft direct negation Mr. Henry Jomos, tho typical literary American, rucn venturing to peako Pijo's ''very valueless verses." (Such inon an Mr. James ask us it wo arc sin coro in prefening theeo light tones of niusio to the intellectual totco anil severity of Bryant, to tho humanity of Longfellow, to tho wit of Holmes and Lowell. To this thcro seems an answer which will hardly latisfy any but Uioso who havo mado poetry their principal study. Thwo will havo perceived that in the history of tho world what Las really preserved the memories of writers of verso has not been...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 January 1883

Imtfiial -'J fi -f-t-H - ' VO'L'Uir'E X.-NUMBGR (ilO. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 117. Sena t Heeklii mlm&t Stnu-MfchlBlnlcriorlourinil Vt, P. WALTON, t R.IhALTON. Editor and Proprietor Business Manager i'lilitlnhfil Turmtnu el ml l'rllnwt H'-J.IO IJ3It ANNUM. vI'Ihm lon't nd stamp, In psymtnt of sub scription, eiccpt to imtit r, lunge, and IIimi of de nomination not (iter hrr rents. SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES. A sober, half clUcontentciI fnco nt the winilow.n bright fnco in ihostrcct Tho window is thrown open, nnil n nillo goes from tho bright faco to tho ohcr ono, giving it n now am! pleas anter aspect. Uoth faces are young that af tho window tho youngoat almost childlike. Yet tho window lac is tho fnco 'of a wife.and tho street fnco that of a maiden, "fancy froo." "How strangely I was decoived, Bcllnl" laid tho lady in tho street. "Decoivedl H-tw, Mary? What do you mean? Uutcomoin. You'ro just tho one I wish to sco." "I was auro I saw you not ten mi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 January 1883

eSnni-Mctltln Inlcriorlonniitl Tuesday Morning, - January 30, 1883 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tun decision of tho Supremo OOtirt, (Not Superior na tho types matlo us say in Friday's iwuo) on tho Civil Nights bill, meets with general ap proval. Tho Now York Sun says: Tho constitutionality of tho statuto has always been questioned, and tho declaration by theSuprcme Court that it is invalid accords with tho opinion which tho Sim long ago expressed up on tho subject. Indeed, it was diffi cult to too how tho Judges could como to nny other conclusion, in viow of their previous utterances in respect to tho limitations imposed by tno Con stitution upon tho powers of Congress. Tho doctrino which underlies tho pres ent tlccisiou is that such constraint as thol'cderal power is authorised to ex erciso for tho maintenance of tho civil rights of citizens must bo exerted upon tho States rather than upon individu als. Unlpss n Stato, for example, in fringes somo ot theprohibitionsagainst Stato action con...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 January 1883

nKa cmi-Mcthlii nlt rioroumnl ST7VXT3TORr, ICV. TiiosJay Morning, - Janunry 30,1883 LAN. IOCAL TIME CARD. I'sssengrr trains North 9 M A. u. " " Hontb. J NM LOCAL NOTICCS. iluv Paint of IVnny ft McAlisler. Cr.oriii.sri, Clotlilni Clothing at DitM Hlass. Nr.w stock of Jewelrr iml Sllrerwara tt IVnny A MoAIMerV Watcii rn, Clock anil Jewelrr repaired and warranted by l'cnnr ft McAlisler. Standard tiheel Music, Vocal and In strumental, for 10 cent at IVanj ft McAI isler's. LilidR stock of Window (Him, all sires. Doulilo thick glvs for flower ll i'e-nny ft McAlisler. IVKl-Aw will sell lili Hillre lot ofclolli InRnatlaiiri lieluw cod (o make room for lil newsprlng Hock. PERSONAL Mimm Julia and Allie King, of Crab Orchard, are puest of Miss Sallle. Orecn Mb, and Mn. W. O. Paiiu will re turn to their homo In Missouri, tins morn In. Wr. AllERlad to sec Mr. II 0. Hweej neT,"Clilc,"back aa express agent on lliis run. Mr. W. M. WenEn, the p3pulr DniKRlit of Mt. Vernon, was here yester day. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 30 January 1883

1 y 3t mi-fflltthlg $nlmor$oumnl Tuesday Morning, - Jannary 30,1883 to 'rittsvo .i.vn Mc;f. "I cflmo In (o givo youtliaitemof my nr rival in town," ulih lmtrr mnn yes terday, ns lio wnmlcreil into tlio Doom Ctang oflico, wearing nn oliMiuthioneJ Sflyrnonf coat, split ilown tho Imck, ninl a pair of low-necked iwtnts, tlrnrKsl nlxiut liiin nnd daintily secured In front by n (enpennr nail. "I pushed through your town Inst May, and you noticed in your parser that I was a westbound passenger on the orerland rain, I havo called to tell you that I am on my way back." " Had n pleasant trip r "Well, only partially so. I enjoyed tho journey out to San Francisco very much. Went out in section No. 11 of a Pullman to take, a position as a cashier of a 'Frisco bank, but when I got there, I found nn old man holding tho job who bad given good satisfaction for nino years. I hadn't tho heart to tako tho placo away from him, nnd tho President seemed to feel tho snmonbout It." " So you didn't get tho j...

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 February 1883

efiof mtfti&L 3 VOLUME X-NUMBEU 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 118. Semi Heekln jWt Sciiu-Mrcliln nlcriorournaI IT. P. WALTON. Mor and Proprietor T R. WALTON, .... Butlnett Manager 1'n bl luhrit Tiimitntm on it i'rlitiw, U.n II3H ANNUM. erplfdoh'l wiiil .limp. In pajrm.nte'auu .crlpllftn. ancept la makw ebang. and I!imi of d noiulnatlona not nvr r ihrf fnta. Biblical Names Applied to Chntt. I'Altot luirrtfr JtunnL For tliobcn.fii of young Bllilo rrml era I glvo below llio various namea pplleii'to Clirltl hy tlio llible on no count of tho relrUion that ho aualains to Owl, to creation, to tho Church and to tho world : 1. Won!; John 1:1. 2. Word of Life; 1 John 1:1. 3. Bhilnb; Oea. 49:10. 1. Mwsiahj Din. 0:25; John -1:25. 5, God; John 1:1; Ileb. 1:8. C. Lord; Eh -1:5; 1 Tim. 1:1. 7. Meaaengtr; JUL 3:1. 8 Sun of Hihtcouanrw; Mai !:!. 9 NaxHrenp; Matt. 2:23. 10 Hon of CIikI; Matt. 2:15. 11 Jfrtuo; Matt. 1:21; 1 Tim. 1:1. 12 Kinnmnuel, Mntt. 1:23. 13 C...

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 February 1883

ELJJ-JJS! Stmi-MtcliliintcnorourttaI Friday Morning, - Febrnary 2, 1883 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tup. New York Sun makes tho fol lowinjr timely remarks: From the iUv of Madison to tho election of Garfield, It always happened that tho political party which carried a mrtjori ty of the House of Representatives In tho middle of a Presidential term elected tho President two years after- ward. This old rulo was for the first tirao reversed in 1880. Tho democrats carried a majority of tho House in 1878 and according to the precedents of tho previous seventy years, they should have elected Hancock to tho Presidency in 1880. Why did, they fail? Prominent democrats in tho South had profited hy tho great Fraud which deprived Mr. Tilden ot tho of fice to which ho was elected. The party had been broken into factions, some of which formed alliances with tho republicans. Tho ' pcoplo did not reap tho promised fruits of democratic victories and in thohcat ojtbo con test of 1880, a portion of tho Now Yo...

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 February 1883

'I SnnMfttcchlo 3nltriorournaI Friday Mornlnir, - Fobrairy 2,1883 L 4 N, IOCAL TIME CARB. I'siaterer trains Nsrlri ,.......... Ml M, " Month.. 1 't F. M LOCAL NOTICCS. Buy I'Anrr. of IVnny A McAllste. Nr.w stock nf Jewelry and Hilrersrare it Penny A McAllslerV VAt.riTii.-Benilmenial mil mmie, t nil prices tit iVnnj A McAlialer'a Watciim, Clocks unJ Jesrelrr repalre-l ami warranted bj IVnny A McAllster. I,ARIK Mock nf Wlmliiw (Jlsss, nil lie Doulile Illicit ulsss for flower ll I'eiini A McAliater. PERSONAL. Mn V 8. ItoOKrn nJ fsmll liar moreil to town. Hon J. W. Vr.Mir, of Sweet Owen, Win here yenterdiy Mn James II. Known, of Lanraster, U with hit old friend here. Mrj.Qco II. MuKinxey has gone to Garrard to lslt her daughter, Mrs. Wru. ltojslon. Mrm Maiiy Ci.aiik Ekohxan went up loBroJbenJ Weslnesulaj to Tlslt Mrs. I... Hur'delt. MtssBrxir. VamA rival hi so far recwered from her lllnasaii lot able lo return to College. MiMrJAixiiIIurrMAht, of Lancaster, wii titliat Mrs. Jno. McRobert...

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 February 1883

Y riiMS; jTiii J iwmMfiltt chin 3 nlcriorlourid STA-asroiar), icy. Friday Moraine, - February 2, 1883 FltttAKX or JUltlE.1. Bhlcl, in liUInlraitablo sketches of tin Irish bar, tell of tho verdict of n Clan jnry, in n caso of " fclonfons gallantry. " They aconitled tho prisoner of tho capi tat charge, bntfonml him guilty of "f great nmiaconcy." It. Shelton Mackcn eic, in his notes to Shlcl's text, Bays i "This is nothing to tho verdict of a Welsh jury: 'Not gnilty bnt wo rec ommend him not to do it again.'" Mackcnzio also relates that nn English jury, not very bnght, having a prisoner beforo them charged witU burglary, find, lcing unwilling to convict him capitally, as no personal violcnco accompanied tho robbery, gavo Uio eafo verdict : " Ouilty of getting out of tho window." IIo adds that tho most original was that of nn Irish jury beforo whom n prisoner pleaded guilty, throwing himself on tho mercy of tho court. Tho verdict was : " Not guilty." Tho Judge, in rmrprisp, exclaimed : ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 February 1883

utefiof mifn&L VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 119. jfetm Wuklw 1 1 "w .1 t 1 Stnu-SMtchlnSfnicriorSlournal LY aja W. NhvUTOft, - - . Editor and Propnttor T. ft. WALTOH,)- . . ButlnosttManagtr wHE-Hl ' iV i'itllhrtTnrntfit) on if Frtdnv, (I3.no l.JIl ANNUM. arpl.st don't send stamps In payment of tub tctjpllc.nfcifir'llo raskithtni;, inj Ihwi of d rintntnttlen hot rttr irrnis TA Atona for Stained Clan. Tho lato bluo-glns inmiin in this country has now n logitimnto succtis tor in tho stinel-lns3 mania. And novcr tiki Dr. Watts' time-iiotioreI littlo Ijuijt bco hnprovo tho perpetual ly htnigilionr bo tlioroughly tu do our mMulwcturcri of tho colored nnd optietoMtlicato. In many houses oftho 'irkji irrmt, back and sliding doors, transoms, sky-lights nnd win dotrs, largo and small, nro wholly or partly tilled with it. Tho rcsthetio young woman pulloth down tho blind no more, but placeth herself with con fidence behind tho translucent...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 February 1883

$tm-ffittt liln nlt riorlouranl ST-A-isroiax), icy. Tuesday Morning, - February 0, 1883 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR ItKrnnsESTATivn McKknzik, of Kentucky, who worked so linnl to put quinlno on tho free list n few yean ago, violently opposes tho duty that the tariff bill would ngaln put upon it, nnd among other things in his speech tho other day ssld: In all this bad bill of ono hundred and forty pages, which is cumulativo in its wickeduess and progressive iu its devilment, tho pro position to restore tho duty on qtiinino is climacteric, and the ultima thule of it meanness. fLauchlerl No bill has ever emanated from tho Commit too on Ways and Means, a committee, whoso namo should be changed by res olution of this House to that of "Friends of tho Toor," Laughter. no proposition has ever emanated from that committee which compares with this, either, in its aggregated or segregated iniquity. Laughter and applause. Tho aguo stricken people of this country will call this Congress accurt ed if tho...

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