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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 13 March 1883

Jl t I Stim-MtthlDlnttriorlouriutl Tacsday MornbiffT- March 13, 1883 & N, LOCAL TIME CARD, Norlhbounl I'mengerpaaaei Stanford l.50A, M. BouthuouDd g oo p. it. LOCAL NOTICCS. Ilur IUikt of Penny ft McAlitter. FiaiiiNU l'cl at MeltobtrH A Htagy. L4Ni)AKTiri(Urilttt fleed l Mclloberu A Slang's. NgW (lock of Jewelre mil Hllrwr it 1'tonj A McAllater'i. Landiuth'i Garden Heed, in bulk ami In paper, al l'enny A MoAlitter'a. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlitter. Fui.Litock of FiihlnK Tackle of all kinds can now lie found at Penny A McAlitterV. PERSONAL Mr Pjctcr lUxtrox hut returned front Louiaellle. Minis Sara and Llnia IIuumao,o Lanceeter, were her yesterday, Minn M. Calicn Tiiukhonii ha re turned from a yiait to liirren county Mwa J. U. Waiiiie.n left yesterday to tlell her eon, Dr. Dawson, at Clareltnd, 0. Miwra llAnnir.r Adamm, of (Iirrard, and Minnie EdtnUton, of Crab Orchard art with Mint Hallle (Irren. Mia.i8ali.uTiiuiimu.ni left Saturday to tak...

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 1883

. xr I i I !r ft ilLi!L-M fttu-lfiTf tiMi-MtrliljjfiilfnorOMmal sTxroier), icy. Tuesday MornlBfj, - - Match 13,1883 ruie nirAnvrxT tyr.4ooytnTr.ivt, iiKCtiiAOY.tc r.rr.H had, .L Paul tin Cas'itgnmt, the editor ot .a I'ttjjt, mill who is imiloiibtcxlljr the mot cetolnnlcil dnelit living, lias had sixteen tuoouuIrM on tlio field ot honor, mid has been wounded slightly three times. Ho is said to havo killed two ol lih antagonist. Now and then Lnwug lino "swesrs off," promising ncer to fight "gain, Itut the resolution, liko some other pliiusiblo puvlgos, h rosily broher. Vhn Do Fuuro itnulted him in tho Chamber of Deimiies, in lft7S, Cossag nno said, gnvngely: " If I luiiln't prom ised not to go out ngnin, I'd kill yon fr this." Cossngnoo met his worst enemy, 51, Adrien do 3ontobcllo, yesterday, Not. 20. There has been for some timo ft hitler gnidgo between tho two, which wns aggravated by M. do Montebollo's attempt during the election to wrest tho constituency of Marindne, originally 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. — 16 March 1883

end - ftett Mefio onfnaL 1V. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 010. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 130. "I-UJI & r ciiu-(iillttli(nnicrioroiu-n;il IK. P. W ALTON, r. h. waltoh, Editor and Proprietor Business Manager Piitittnlinl Tucmlnti iiil M'rliltiU'i VJ.no lJ5Il ANNlIJf. sysrri don't send itamrn In payment nf lab icrlpllon. urepl to nuke chug. nl then of il notulnstTo'hi not jiTfrihrr wnta. Tiro Calm in Firs Month, A gentleman of Now Jersey writes tho Country Gentleman m follows: "I notice- that onoof your correspond ents givca the very interonting caso of his grado Jersey cow which produced two calves within five nionthi, both well developed, and apparently at full maturity. Tiioro nro only two theories as to how such n freak of na ture could occur. First, a twin cdu ception and the retarded growth of ono fcctui, so that they did not arrivo at maturity at the samo timo. Sec ond, a subsequent conception somo months after tho first. The long in tcrval between the bir...

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. — 16 March 1883

HE -a St mt-$!lttfilj! Inlcriorljurnal ST-A.XTB'OiaD, JUT. Friday Morning, - - March 10, 1883 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR In an artlclo surveying tho field as to the probabilities of tho IWdentml nominees oi tho two parties, tho New York .Sun finds tt an uphill business tii nnmo tho enndidu to of tho republi cans. Grant, Blnino and Conkliog, it saja aro nil out of tho probabilities nnd tho lesier lights, Windoni and .Sherman aro likewise eliminated. Kd mtiutla is the only man of any magni tude, hut ho is a Vermont man nnd substantially unavailable. Ingalls, from tho other hit of aspirants, might bo inado an original and efTechvo Btnlcsman but it is doubtful whether he could carry Now York, Pennsyl vania, Indiana and Illinois, besides his dashing style of attack has made him foes. Thus tho ono exceptional republican becomes as unavailable as tho others; and this onco mighty par ty, with its famous history and its gigantic exploits, seems to bo reduced to tho necessity of falling back upon s...

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. — 16 March 1883

5tmi-$tccltln $i,,mor$otur.aI STAisraroiiiD. icy. , Friday Morning, - - March 10, 1883 A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. itorthtatint Passenger passes Stanford at J-SOa. m. tilutiound " " Z.OOr. . LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv I'aiht of Penny A McAlister. Fmnmi ruckle at McKoberti A Slav's. v limr iililil cotton at 81 cents t I). Klass'. Heit calicoes at 5 and 0 cent it I) Klis L.Nimimt'snarden Heed" at Mcllobcrte A Hiagg'a. New slock of Jewelry and Hllrerware at Penny A McAliiter's. Landhktii's Oanlrn Reeds, In bulk ami V Id I'M!, at Penny A McAllater's. Watch rs, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by l'onnj A McAlister. Full slock of Fishing Tackle of all kind ' can now he found at Penny A McAllsletV. ' 'personal Mm W. II. Millkii went to LouiselHe ' Wedneedey. Mils. Wm. Mahtix, of Illinois, It Yieil Inn her mother-in law, Mrs M.A. Miriln. Mn. W. V. IIiiownk, of Hie Charles Stewart Taper Manufacturing Co , Cincin nati, li In town. Miwtr.iMoM.ir. Dauuiikmtv ann Di xie 8hackleford went to Louis? i...

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. — 16 March 1883

j&ii-$ttckli nf ctw Jm iral Friday Morning, - - March 10, 1883 xzrvni.tc.tsm h-ithurk oi?.YJtax TIOSH.) rim Scjulre dell t liU hlgb-irched ( tie, Stood villi hit ion end heir; Around Lin .priid Mi rich ettit, Xiuratthtrotniioafilr, And when elihbr, ligged, ted, tfatcitned, juried Ibtt way, Tti fill.tr turned, and la to lad Tcei klsdl) word! iltj ij "ThergxipWMngglntl Ah, my tan, Mow thankfnl wethould be That our lepotftc glrei a chine To fellowi eurh at lit 1 Iillan. Mill Muggtna 1,'aeed In Jeweled tfgbt, And ttrri la tl ken theen ; Her court ten thought 1 mild to bright And lean'roue ne'er tt een. A'otl f be beM ber hmghty bent, Hune jed her ltrii clothe. I "And I mutt pitconlte,'' the lil.l, " Mil Cecil, I inrpoee. "fihe'i poor, the tcictiM, bat no elylel In Hurr)), new but eti I In thle re puUIr, we're compelled To meet all klndi, jou know 1 " Stnbnrit ilaoattnr. THE T.I I TLK JiOOTS. In tho morning, on leaving my room, f need to boo his aliocs carefully placed tic U o my own...

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 1883

Semi - Hielli MefMf ImtfttaL i 1 V-pUME X.-NUMBBR 5L0. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 131. fIT fini-SdlccJiliiJnlcriorJoimwI W. P. WALTON. . Editor and Proprietor T,Rn WALTON, ... Buelneu Manager r . i"i(hfefinl riiracfrtirn runt 7Vifii, "(THRO 1M2U ANNWI. srri. doh'j n.t "tstjpi la pynuMof sub script li. Mtrpt li roV thsnc, and then of de nominations net nrrr inrwi rents, Cflu of the Country Prttt. Nowspupcrs aro not moro essential to thq Kfjrlty of cities than of country towni. Whether in metrop olis or villago tho (fleet of tlio new paper la tho same, in diffusing intelli gence, stimulating thought and aid ing in progmt. A map of Kcntuo ky, darkly ahatled over tho thirty-five counties in which no newspaper is published, would bo as true an c Libit of tho condition of progress in tho Stato as cao bo dovisod. Willi cisms at the expense ot tho country press, whether indulged in by the Governor of tho Stato or by a fledg ling in city journalism, stamp their...

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 1883

4W tmi-MffMfilnlcriorlDHnial STAWFOBD, KV. Tuesday Morning, - - March 20, 1883 W. I. WALTON, EDITOR In discusiitiff the Gubernatorial nucsllon tbo Ml. Sterling Democrat imji tlmt each of the threo gentlemen nipiring to the ofllce would likely miko a good executive, but viewing the circumstance and tho need of Kentucky, together with tho univcr sally recognized weakness of the present administration, it is evident that Judge O wiloy will have tho lcst op portunity to mako radical changes. His character, training, experience as n lawyer and judge and his freedom from those entanglements into which a man who enters political lifo inevit ably falls, serve to equip him admira bly, first to gain the confidence ot tho iicople and then to servo them well as the chief executive. He has been pursuing the even tenor of his life as a faithful fearless judge, at times among a peoplo who were not careful either to obey tho law or to respect tho judge who administered it. Thus while his character ...

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 1883

3L gtini-CTcthliilnfmorgonrnul aT-A.iroiar. icy. Tuesday Morning, - - March 20,1883 S N, LOCAL TIME CURD. NariMioonl t'engtr passes Stanford at .SOjt. m. fcuiMunJ " toor, x LOCAL NOTICCS. Hur 1'ainth of Penny A McAllster. Fmtixd T.ckl t Mcltousrti A Sum. JIwt .ld cation at 8J cent it D. JVIIM Herr KI.m'. rallcot nt 6 and 0 cent at I) laNDnirrii' Garden Heed nt .V Bttgi. Mcltobcrla Nw t(Hk of Je weir nml Silverware at 1'ennj A McAllster'. LANDnmi'ii Garden Heeds, in bulk mil In pap", at l'ennjr A McAllsterV W'ATCHm, Clock and Jewelry repaired nd warranted by I'enny A McAllattr. FuLMtockofFmliinicTacklenfallklnda can now be found at I'enn A McAlister's. Vxcatnr. I'otNTnDauble Din, 25crnl; ingle din, 10 rent cacli bent by mail on receipt uf price. McKoberl A Htagg. PERSONAL. Mr. J. F. Wam.iw, of Itockcaalle, la in town. I). Kijibi, Kq , has gone to IaiiiiV villi and Cincinnati fur goods. Mr. (J no. H. llKUcr. ltd Itat night fur Cincinnati to buy spring good. Mil Jame Or.Hti.tY, represe...

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 1883

Mt-MKhl2$ntcri0r30ttrid ei'.A.ifraFOiaD, ky. Tuesday MoralBg, - - Match 20, 1883 the crr or MKXtnt. Mexico i A Hriioiis aiul by no incntm n gay city. There are no crowd ii.hu ilio sMaxralbfl, no eating of ieci in nl lie, no eafft chanlantt, nothing 1'ari van. Hy 1) or 10 o'clork the goal -jilc appear to lmvo retires! already, to ltd jp Ivetimcfl in tlio morninij for the woifc of tlio day. A rullilury Imml playa tlireo overlings in tbo week, but oven tills, except on Hnuiinjn, is o pn.rnely aU tendeil that the men seem tobedisconrtv ing their ixm.io for their own amuse ment. Policemen are found stationod at short intervals in Ilio quiet tlreeU, with their lanterns set in the middlo of tho rorulwfty. They are. obliged by tho rcgnlations to signal their whereabouts every qnartcr of nn hour, nnd tho sound of their whistles, which linvo n shrill, doleful note, liko n Novcmlor wind, may 1)0 heard repeated from ono to the otker all tho night tlirough. As tho place docs not expect tourists,...

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 March 1883

taw n w Mwniii'iir hivict .jtv. - rati - IReekl ntefio mtfmri. 'jEdii i . 4v T VpjJlJME X.-NUMBER01O. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 132. Semi- W. P. WALTOH, . - . editor and Proprietor i 7wr7. WALTON. - Butlneu Manager I'nbUehut Tuemtau unit frlitawt 99.00 11311 ANNUSI, M"Meee vot'l trad tlampi la payment of tub l ttur -" " l ' " srflplloe.'Mapt 'qnUknehinre, and then of do. noratnMtetH ioi ortVihrHsreiiK Cim for Chichn Cholera A corrcupondcut "I tlio Country Qtntleinan aja; "1 bavu curt J nil cmim Ofclitcken cholera thnt hnvo oc currctl in my flock in tlio following manner: The tick bird was rotnovi-d to ncoup in n thndy, retired placo in tho garden, a pieco of common 'blue pill' aa largo aa a pea was put down its throat, and it was left without food, aud only froth water in abundanco for a woek. At that time tho low! rccov ered. Four years ago I lust SO fowls from contagion, and perhaps crowd ing helpod it; but the ditoaso was on tho farms all around me,...

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 March 1883

'B twi-MtcfefiflnfcnijrlwrwI QT.A.IfcTaS'OrRID, XY. Friday Morale, - - March 23, 1883 W. P. WALTM, - , . , - - EBItf R Owixa to the fid that a great man of our tab,crlU gat, theipapeMlhe night WthtrtMl3atol,'IMl itirtat&K ft fchat trie town Mirer; (' ki fcir,Jttuld em brace IfiSilhSk own, we Jra? decided ftfter'tkls tseMte pat tfc,pftfs in the pott-office and itop the delirery by hind. XextTueadtr if jou do not get jour piper at the I. J. office yon will find It atthe P.O. HD TES 0r CURRENT EVENTS. Judge Krerlon J. Conger, Aeeoclste Juitice of the Territory of Montana, baa been suspended for drunkenness and gam bling. ' t The President haa appointed Geo. D. Sage United States Judge for the Southern - District of Ohio, rice Win. White, de Houses at Lexinglori, Ky , hare been numbered for postal delirery. There arc 3,000 numbers In all. Street letter boxes were also put up. The de psalters in the. Freedmen s Bink are ooajf he JJid attllTldo'd'of 7 peeting by HUjroodneas to bejothe...

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 March 1883

' Ml "S .v u 5 tmi-MhIii3n!crioroamaI Friday Morning -TT March 23, 1883 I N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tVorthtmunl I'lrung.r pseiet Stsnford l .0 a. u. flouthboand " " " tOO p.m. LOCAL NOTICES. Hot Paint of Penny A McAlltler. Fun I mo Tickle it McRobertt A Slang's. '..KDitmi oflerdtn Heed at MclloberU A DOftt'i- Navr slock of Jewelry nj Silverware at I'enny A McAlliter's. LANnnrnt's Garden Heeds, In hulk mil la paper, it i'enny & McAllmer's, Watch iw, Clock n.l Jewelry repaired and warranted by I'enny A McAlltler. FcLLatock of FlahlnK Tackle of all kinds can now be found at fenny A McAlister's, Vaccixr I'dint Ddubte Din, 23 ce ntn; Ingle dli, 10 rent escli bent by mail on receipt of price. Mclloberl A Htajg;, PERSONAL. Mr. Annan OwsLcrls down with a bronchUl'aflrction. Mr. J.F. ZiMriiMAN,of the Danville Adrotate, wa here till week. Mim Ctrrrie Knoxcr, of Hone Cave, I fishing Mia, Matlle Diwon. Mm. Col. H. D. Au.r.H,ot Fartndalr, ii vlsitlna Mr. 8. C. Trueheart. Mis Mattik Brown, of I.snc...

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 March 1883

SmOTtcMg 3nlm8r$0imd Friday HoralBg, - - March 23,1883 gOSOS OrXATVBK. funx aiir.ii.iir watTTIt. &. a tlXalur' adtentitrunif Hit n.ur crated to pUy; , rb long, that rtar of morning tung Hat nerer died wy, , in J prayer It made and prtlft ti f Inn, ' Hjr.aU thing netr and far) , ,1b ocean lookrth up t heaven, i ' -And mirror try ttar, ll wttea ire k netting on lb trand, Ai knrtlt tbo bnman knee, Tbelrwbil lock bowing to tbMnd,- "" Tb prkitbood of thereat , TV 7 poor their glittering treuurea forth,'.. Their Blttt of pearl they bring, And U lb Uetenlng hllla on Mrtb Tak up (he ong they ting. , T1m green etrth rcndt her lucerne up ,' From many mounUla .hrtoe; From f olded leaf ud dewy cup Bb pour her ncml wine. Tbe tuleta ibot lb morning rill Mr wldt t wing of prayer; Th altar rnrlaini of lb bill At tuatrta purple air. i . , The Ind with brmna of prtjtr ar km J, Or low with rob of ptln, The IhnrMer-ergin of tie cloud, ' Tbe dropping lri of rein. With drooping toad and braacbe crowe...

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 1883

Stem " wimm Itifefttf Smtfital VOLUME X.-NUMBBR510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 133. Scnu-MtchlBnttriorounw! W. P. WALTON, T, H. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor - Business Manager Publltheit Ttinntnu ami t-'rlilavt a.n) 1M3U ANNU31. srPlfsss Aon' l nnd stamp, In payment of eul ifflptlOT, srcptlamskcnsnt,, and then of d Dominations not peer ihre rmk IMi Hmm TWa Thoutand Electrical Intentions In On tear Mr. Edward At. llentlojr, one oi tlio examiners In tlio electricity division of tlio l'ntcnt OlTlce, Bpcnking of tlio work of the electricity division and of tlio recent marvelous development of electrical inventions, said Hint about two thousand applications for patents in electricity were Clod in 1882, of which about two-thinls were grantctl. To show how tho subject had grown In importance within n very fow years, he said that in 1877 electricity was a sub class in a division. Now it is tho largest division in tho oflice nnd regarded as tho most importan...

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 1883

m SmMt Mfl 3nicrior$0nral Tuesday Moralng, - - March 27, 1883 W.P. WALTON. EDITOR It was a matter of gratification to tko editor of ikta paper to havo near IjjOVcry mas who baa been examitv cd for a juror at this Court, e&j that he had read about tho case under trial in tho iNTEnion JounNAt. and whilo it excused a number of intelligent men and men of honesty of purposo and convictions, it should not have dono so. Judgo Jackson ruled very properly in an important criminal case in Louisville, Saturday, when ho said: "The mere fact that a man has read newspaper accounts of this mat ter and received certain impressions docs not render bim incompetent to sit as a jnror. I do not intend to ox elude intelligence from tho jury box." The cowardly, over-grown marshal who assaulted a Louisville Pott re porter was fined $20, the Judgo at the eamo time saying he would mako it heavier if he could, that king the maximum. lie also delivered a very severe reprimand to tho creature, and if he is ...

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 1883

3 tBti-Mtchlijn(tnoroumn( Tuesday MornlBgT March 27, 1883 ct N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Northbound Passenger passes Stanford at t SO a. M. floulhlund " ' " 2.00 r.M, LOCAL MOTtCCS. lior lAi:uof lVrinr A MeAllsttT. Kisiiinii Tackle l Mcltnuerts A B(kk'. IiANnnmi'idardtn Heti at Mcltobtrla A Siagoi. New ttock of Jewelry and Silverware it I'enn A McAII-ter'a. LiNDRCTii'a Garden Hee!, In bulk and in paper, at Penny & McAlistcr'f. Watches, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted l Penny A MoAllater. FULL itock of Flslilnjc Tackier.! all kind can now be found at fenny A McAllater'a PERSONAL Mn.W.S Fiunch haa returned from Ilrownstllle, Tenn. Cou Oiirkm, of the Ulchmond Opera House, w here je-sttnlay. Mm Mattie II Hopkins, of Clirls llan countr, I visiting Mr. Abe Smith. Mr I), n. KtiMiaroN lion gone to Cin cinnati In lay in hli spring stock of dry good, Ac. Mnniw. J.W Known and J. II. Flali, two rising touxm attornrya of Mt. Vernon, were hers attending coiill. Pito!". T 1. CYrLl.ANP, who Is...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 27 March 1883

!1 Stwir-fctftklf $nlcri&r$0Hrid SX-rY-BrOlRX), 3CJT. Tnestey Mondsg, - - March 27, 1883 ItIK TUTOR. To JnJgo from tho llttlo stories now going nronrul Uio iui,ern, tho children of tho Inml ore giwping for informntion nbcmt the fraternity. Tho Boston Tran script feel called upon to describe us. And hero in tho story ho tell: Tlio editor, children, is a member ol that taco of nnimals called mankind. lie is invariably n kind man. IIo is jnirfcctly harmless. Yon may go into his den without fear. But lio lias pecnliaritics. Tlio sight of a poet makes him wild, no is then very dangerons, and is apt to do bodily harm to all within reach. IIo is also much wrought up when a man comes in with n liltlo triflo ho has just dashed off. Thcro is ono thing that must bo raid in tho editor's dixprniso: His mind is so biased by long thinking in n certain dircc tion that ho dislikes rcry much to look upon both sides of question. There fore, if yon valuo your safety, nover ap proach him with manusc...

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 March 1883

SUm meekln Wefiif Imtftuu. -rf VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 13-1. jScmt-Mcthli! $nlcrior$oiiri,;il W. P. WALTON, . T. R. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor Butinet Manager I'llbltatirtt Ttirmtiiym amt JYrfffa aa.no ijait annum. aT;PI don't send stamps In payment of ub scrlptlooiicept to mV change, an! then of ile nominations W etrrtbree rents. A Mechanical Tram.Starter. A noir inacliino, opcrntcd by clock work, ii to bo placed in tho trnln startcr'a lower at tho Grand Central Station, which is designee) to do nuto mntically what is now ilono by men employed as trnin-etnrlers. The inn chine, of brass, copper, aud steel, oc cupies but littlo space, it being lets than 2 ft. in cither length, breadth, or height. Tho mcchaniim consiats uf three upright cylinders of brats, in which aro punctured a series oi holes, each representing ono of tho 1,4 10 minutes in tho day. Uy tho side ot theso aro tlirco sniallcr pillars, on which aro fixed spira...

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 March 1883

ScmMecfilslnltrierl&WMl FrJihy Moraine - - March 30, 1883 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Hay what jou may nlwiit tlio north, tho people tliero don't raako a hero ol n blocMlr eoducer and aogatsia at t too froatietitlr tho caio hero. Wo liaro seen men conio out of the Court-house, finally acquitted ol a heinous murder by absolutely wearing tho case out, liavo pcoplo who should havo looked on them with tho loathing that thoy deserved, actually crowd each other for tho honor of getting tho first shako of the hand, which if its owner had his deserts, would bo stiff in death for taking that lifo it could not give. Bo sides a fearful example to tho rising trennration. this discustinc business serves to create a longing for a still irrenter nchiovement in tho murder business in tho heart of tho roan thus bcroizcu. It is not so north, we aro glad to say, at least not in Dukes' caso at Uniontown, Pa. This fellow, endowed by nature with a handsome faco and oily tongue and honored by liia tollnw.eit...

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