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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 December 1883

P Fur rMnwfHgltMptetwrHUi, NU-Htctkli jiUU$nw! BtMferd, Kjr., DMenta- tt , 1S83 CX C1TTMVXTBK A. IB TMRTAJUf- xies xiuok. M M a city hunter KM. Hit rl. n pntntrr tnio, TfhothmieMhe would MChrtataMiAlM Upon bW or two. JVf-mn Hw mw who nnrer trtes Talmas or fteh for cxcrctK. -fn wvTl .5 $Ss Ho hied htm forth In fjucet of gams A firmer- hmiso near ny, And iwuirvd upon a duck eo Um Tho Mnl could Jcarctly By, r ?T H banar.1 nvnyi thn f rUhtened fowl Alighted near thn hnoiet aranireri Tbe latter, with a dreadful eoowl, ludlratlvouf ctigcful anger, Tbe tilnl't atk wrutNr n4 took it to OunfrlraA. nowtresibllatt In his shot, AikI lmi-1 him dollnrs enU ono For Ibc .luck ivl four for tao fun. THsun tho rai.n who will not r r lor lun Ilk Mi's on Ckrltina-t)ar. The Crllms Tre. All over this oxtenslre country thoM trees aro planted sot only. in privnti homes, but also in'Sunday.sihoo's ono dar schools; nnd It would seem at If hardly any child could live so poorly that would not be tho recipient o...

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. — 25 December 1883

i Cr ft vm " f w . w f L.7 to v M .... i f ; rt. ate i -4W Smi-IKWIitriir3wrnii r twfcril Xf., Dwbr M, 1MI JnM fMafewfljf ltcfpn MM 9HM1wM fee aW JTrataiaiit ot'riwVeat forms ot r iWfe MRcoHlod from a variety ot" TvmmMm eftraW of caHbiao, ia oep , sates, Mm every half hoar, is a very ef fiii'tal ifcatiJy k aervons sad tek hasjaahi. Omm tiro doses areeftea HtSeiealo give eoatidew rdfeC The ealy objeettoa to Ha use is aleciikeaaeee, which sobumWs results it it k takea ia the evening. It k preferable to guar aaa, u beiag hardly ever rejected by the The following, aeeordiag to W. W. Ctrpeater, k very effectual in stoat term of headache; Muriate ot hum aia, three drackava ; acetate of morphia, oae grata; eUrato ot caffeine, thirty graiaa; areatatio spirits of am&oaia, oae ikachs ; elixir of guarana, foar ouueos ; resewater, four ounce. Mir. Desaort spooafsl every ten or twclvo minutes. la aervoas headache. Dr. W. A. Kaaatead states the. valao of various dregs as follow: Ordinary doao...

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. — 1 January 1884

I VBBiwnw, . '"- nic icwiiL iii iMin iiif in Hi! I fllHMIi ' Sfemi - Ifeelli ; Jtttef te ' , tmCis , . ' ,':,: x i! V V u ' vasa a ftj r VOLUME NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 1,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 2UI I ? M ' ft i I It W I. I lnlcrioro urnnl W P. WAL10N, E'lHor and Proprietor t .bffnini! TittHttnu olil Vn; 8'J.OO X331t A.rs':VU:U n paid lu alt.uce If we hit to wait any lira, $3. .10 will be charged. CUJCIOUS IF TIWE, hUfltutlon of the Human Fac CauiH oy Jtrititruc in Clt(t$: a trrgiu th London Bpectstor.) Among tho thing not readily doflniv niay ho classed tho modiflcatiom lich tho humnii countcnnnco under rs when subjected, for any oouttidonv length of timo, to tho intluonco of i eat citv. Whnt oro these uns, and in what way aro they effected! tat they cxlt no observant puraouwill ny. Citieat, being us they uro tut ticentration of nil thnt constitutes adorn civilization, and cousoiuontlj ! all that is most opened to primitive remittances of life, can rot fail to pr...

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. — 1 January 1884

U , 4 f A .J W f ' , -v Mk 42 1 d!. .' ,, - --! wmwr --.a ' . .-' l,V' V J''7r$ SwwrMTJoourtiuillrattfulfor the : J?Tr i t. f . jf xr a$mt jtcr xesr greuiiDg. xi "" ; am." ft j. . ri.i..i. uu,. ;. f ' " .'Ml Wfn ID H7 IV Muuuinc iu uruiuK ' eMi - .W In nlnifiJtlAri nf llna feata! season. jrr --.....-, Taisw, to til wBocin .pause a moment 10 ,hunt,b incurrence of the day it fraught J alt!r for Yaried and profound iatina.TJe lembtratlne chimis that taralireel the past miduight was the another departed cycle, gone to jiln ike Mtrled ages. The record of that cycle rfcraciDK courageous hope and trembling .fear and hieh resolve and timid doubt, and iriwnph and defeat,- enduring virtue and wsaorseleii crime, successful avarice and .Burequltcd toil, is a chapter added to the litsrjc our race a chapter in which we everjoae appear asactois. We cannot, then , in .flippant mood regard the suggestions of the hoar. It is a time for deep refiecticii; aad 'twere well could we Ml turnfrom the contem...

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. — 1 January 1884

f I r ' 9 4 rv '? J ,r? it i J f i- f ;. 3n!criorournaI Stanford, Ky., January .1884 2 . , zow. rw mao. i!s!l train going North.., ,.,t 03 r. u. ' " Houth..., ...2 00 r. m. EapreM train" Bouth .. , 1 01 A. M. ' " " Norh ., . 2 SI A.M. LOCAL NOTICES. lJuv I'ajnth of Penny h MoAllMer. 'i Nick atook of birthday card t Penny A McAllater'a. . Standahd ready mixed painta at & KtiKK. Jon. Haas llojr. Cholera Cure. Penny & McAllater aole agent. UiiAND new nlock of every tiling In tlie jewelry line at Penny & MsAli'ter'e. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Foil corglm, cold, Ac., ue Compound Syrun Whim Pine Put up in Mo and 60c bottle. Trial aite 10c. Meltobert A PERSONAL. Mas J. O Dunn, of Richmond, ia relatives here. . Mim Mattie Gooijk i the gueit of Mini Jennie Ilocler. Mm Nannir Fosteii ia home from Mt. Auburn Inalilutc. Mlts M E Fkhiikll haa taken charge of the Commercial Hotel. MjgiUhTTiK McKtNNr.v relurneii to GcorRetown Female Seminar...

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. — 1 January 1884

K y it r T i . -i- Stanford, Ky., January 1, 1884 THEBOAbFMAlt'SDA UGJITIUS An JncMetit in the .Vopolcoiif Ir'nra. Iu tho meinorablo year of 181 I, when tho rillicd arruics were ooncontjated nbqul , Paris, a ypung Lietttentitit of tlrtiijqoiui; wrta engaged with three or tour litinrjuiy ana, who, after linvinir received ficvarn! emnrt Btrokea from his gnbor, iuniingfi to send ft bull intrrliis fthouhlor, to chest withlji tiihiat from olauca, wii'i to loavo him for ilcail ou tho bnuk of" thriven t' i .."."". 2 . On tho opposite rtiilo of tho stream, a lirtntmnn njl Irs llftd bi!CU. wnteh'uig lfil3 nu6(innl light with toar of desparation. But jvhnt ooild 4iii ofC unarmed mnn do or rt pretty girl of 10? However; tho old. soldfor for such the boatman was had no hooner Men tho ofllcor fall from his horao than ho and his daughter rowed most, vigorously fur tho otheiUido. when 'they had deposited the wounded man In'thd lmrl, theflo worthy people crossed th" river again, but .with, faint om...

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. — 4 January 1884

I i 1 , The business failures in the United Slates during 1SS3, reported by R. G. Dunn & Co., number 0,189, against 6,733 in 1882 an increase of 2,4 10. The liabilities for 1883 are $172,000,000, against $101,000,000 for 1882. Failures of last year aro the largest since ioio, wnen iney rcucucu iu,to, with liabilities of $234,000,000. A close analysis of the tables presented in the circular shows that out of every ninety-four persons engaged in business in 1883, one person failed, while in 1878 one person failed out of every sixty.four traders. Gus Steward, father of little Hattie Steward, who was abducted by her uncle Joseph Steward, and succeeded in getting married in Lexington, Ga., followed them up and pulled them out of bed in Athens, where they were enjoying connubial sweets. The gill wont home penitent declaring that they had no time to do anything' wrong. While Mr. Steward was In pursuit of his erring daughter, his son ran off with his aunt, a sister of the incestuous unc...

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. — 4 January 1884

V V ' ' ff 1 I i X s interior Journal Stufeid, Ky.. Jgaaery 4, 1884 ir. . walton. .---- rorofl Sow that the Legislature is entering vpea its work it become a eiBtatlon cf in tweet, not only to tjmjr m,erabr of the IxhJj, bat also Id eVcry cillsea of the Bute: On what particular potnta do we run Bted legislation? We hare hereto jie called attention to other seeded changes, bat there is one amendment to our penal code which has been lor some Use sooted, and which in the judgment of a .large number of people demand attention. The burden impost d upon the Slate in lie matter of petty crimes is assuming an oppressive weight. Rome action is required which wil'l 'operate first as a of crime and recond as a reminder that law rnift t ed, peace secured and property protected. There has been a growing belief for some lime prevalent, that a recurrence to the aacteat regime of the whipping port would prove tbo mo't potent factor in the Ttolu ties of this difficult problem. Law a penally ;s an 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. — 4 January 1884

i ; I 3 jr X i r h I T t FnrmlHK lHplemHlH, AgrlQHltnrae Mftchlupry. arrlngcn. BiikkIch. Wprlwg whi! Farm WngoH.Ac, hhvo money Hnil buy ef WlXIs It. 1VIIJ.IAMN. IIiihIohyic, Kcnluchy Stanford, Ky., IlAtllD'a Mlnetieta to fee them January 4, 1884 I.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. fls.ll train going North ... .. it Houtb ,. Kip res train'1 8oulh .. f ii ii rorh.... ! ( ,..1 08 P. ,..3 00 r. , 1 01 A. 1 S3 a. Ii. LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny A McAliatr r. Mice (took of birthday cartla at Penny A MoAllster'. Standard ready mixed palnti at Mc-Roberta A SUpgV. Joa. Haas Hok Cholera Cure. Penny A McAllater note agents, Brand new clock of every thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McVlleler'a, Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Fob coralis. colds, Ac, uie Compound Byrup White Pine. Put up in 26c and 60c bottle. Trial air.1 10c. Mcl'ibjrti & SURE. PERSONAL Mim Atuc Huddle ban entered. Hamilton College. Mr. John T. Gano, of iVxas, in here on important busi...

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. — 4 January 1884

u t. f f m n r.'.i (I j 5eini4aUcIiIntcriorourivaI .Stanford, Ky., January , 1884 J' HUSTONVJLLE. LlHCQLftcOUIJTY. Thompson.snd family have r Turned from Tcxaa witli the parposo of re- ltaiintnjr here. Mrf T, will'' be timbered as the bjtutlful .sndifrprightly fsa Nannie CiipenloTj. n The ptivileRC 5Efpj7Cr3liraten 'o jlneifero materialljjwlih legislation in tFrankfort this wintetfkttt B reported that ithe House contUts ?f"n lun"uBlly large (number of unmarried men. Our handfome .young Representative was in such demand rhome that we tent him abroad loget him lout of harm's way. It is now undernlood bat tho Capital will be fairly' beseiged b young ladies and we fear Tom will be com-fee-lied to capitulate. -Tho year just closed has been marled by the death of seieral of the oldest citizens of the WcstEBtJ. Within tWs radius Jof Utile more than a "mile, wo lost Robert iBUin, Alexander Williams, George B. Cooper, F.S. Kauflfraan and Green T. Jones. Mn.W.P. Williamsdled within he year, I...

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. — 8 January 1884

F W. P. WALT OH. Editor and Proprietor 1'uhtlnhrd Tuemtnii imI Frltlnw, s.o xxm When paid, strictly In If we have to wll hot lira. 83.8a will be chanted. GEO. 0. BARNES in SCOTLAND "I'ltAIMK 'I'M IS I.OHH" I'KTCHIIIUD.gOOTI.AKn, Laimi's Hotel, Dec -1, 1883. Vtar Interior.- "This ia your hour and the powrr of darkncn," He mM an lie nti Hltnlf up loilie for ainnrra. "Bulla of Italian" glar ed t Him; fiendi mocked Him ilevllaaml hall n ver.v jumhle of tho dcvil'n thing, and each clement more dia Krewhle than the other. The Korgcoii" light of this moriilng'H buii eliining on the retreating utoruvcloiida of (ho paat tilght, brlnKi to mind mid heart how lovingly our God I doing what ho cm to chare nwar earth' Morula and darknera. O, Llerttd day, now o oon to come, with never an evenlnc nor a cloud. Clouds oro horrid thing, avo aa a hack-ground to paint a rainbow on, or a reflector of (lod' blcwcd raintight. That can gloi ify them and solve agnluUad'H riddle, that "Out of the cater cornea ...

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. — 8 January 1884

j P ) nlcriarounml Stanford, Ky, January 8, 1884 . P. WALTON. EDITOR Aa RironM i (be order of tho day the atlrnlion of our legislator! ia cull to some ieatnra iti our lKltive expenditures which need prompt nd decided action. It ha been custsni vert religiously observed, for member to vote themselves h liber alwpplr of newspapers to be paid for bjr tho8tate and probably, 5 fqulnled! at in a laic, speech advocating the measure, to bo .test home for the edification ef rural con- atitueotsanl hush the crying of rural babies, who are clamorous for the latent from China, pointers in the stock exchange an 1 statistics of the pugilistic ring. In sober sadness tho whole tbingiaa grievous fraud. Granting aa we do the power of the newspaper and its nbsolute necessity to every ono who would act an intelligent part in refer nee to the great issues of the . day, we are yet clear in the conviction that it fa neither jnat ice. honor nor honesty in etddllng ita expense upen the Stale. We eend our ro...

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. — 8 January 1884

The personal property of Dr. T. It. Montgomery, dcd , will be sold at his late residence today and his real eetateonthe 22J. See advertisements. UdE Pollahlne, the lst preparalon for polishing silver, ntckle plate, tin, jewelry show rases, gold plate, Ac. For rale only by T. It. Waltm. Ssmplesfree. Tocmme iiCYEit. If you want a barrel of sugsr and a sack of coflVu ro begin the New Year, It will pay you to get our figures before purchasing elsewhere. Hright A Curran. Mu. II. C. Fhuse, general ngent for Harry Webber's Nip and Tuck combination, w in town yesterday preparing for bla excellent show, which appears nt the Opera House January lOili Mn A. A. McKinnky, as ngent for the Ndtiornl rMutunl llnufil Asnociation, has received for Mrs. Moberly $2,18111, the nuioiint due on the olicy of her Into husband, Mr J J. Moberly. It is the fault of the in an who has an ice house, if he does not fill it now, Eren the atreams are covered with two to thrco in ches of thickness, whi'o the ponds sh...

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. — 8 January 1884

h ' 1 r .! K l w y ' s ex A Scnu41ccliInntcrioroiiniaI Stanford. Ky., January 8, 1884 A Chapter on the Newly Married. After tli3 honeymoon is over, in which each liven in the reventli henren of bliw, mad is blind to all olitwartl surroundings, there comes a day when tho mere fact duties begin, and they settle dpwn to the realities of lifo. Tlio habits, the manners, and the tempers arc things thnt neither knows anything about in the other and that which was long concealed in nn engagement fjr months is quickly revealed in the closa relationship of married life. Some little habit that the bar.l.eloror maiden has formed rasps tojrawness.the nerves of the other, and tho determination on either side to break the other of the fault only chafes and frets both without attaining the object. He thinks that home life should fill their every thought. She thinks a little soclet and gayety would be preferable. He is tired when ho comes home at night, tired of seeing people. tired of talking to th...

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. — 11 January 1884

fck W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Vubtltheil Tttemtnv ! Vtitayit, CO.OO XX3Il ANNUM. Wnen paid lrlclly In a Wanes. It w hav to wtt any Mm, 83.S0 will to charted. GE0.0. BARNES in SCOTLAND. "I'KAIMK Til 10 JCOltn" JlgKOIIWOOI). ItOCHDALK, Dr.c. 10, 188:$. Viir Ihttrlor t Wo left Peterhead on the Oth lint. in (he chillr darkness just before the dawn, to tecure an earl arrival in Olngow, as well a two hour in Aberdeen, en route Kirlr m it km and dark and cold as it was, to our Rrcatljr astonished delight we found a little hoit cf our dear friend assembled at the rallwaj station to give us a warm eendofl When 7011 know that the station was nearly n mile out of town, the roads slushy from recent rain, hail and mtllcJ enow; and the dark no of the early hour almost like that of Midnight, the delicate couiiiUoient of the presence of 25 or JO friend, coming without collision or pre concerted arrangement from different part of 1'eter'iead, ma ba belter appreciated Tbere wai more than on...

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. — 11 January 1884

to ri i . i " s r.c .Y n!criorlonnial Stafford, Ky, January 11, 1884 . P. WALTON. EDITOR Ab 1IMK elf a away the m'uUt of history le becfanlnR to assert Iteclf and present in a better light many of the crcfiU of our late war, which have been kpprelf nded or deliberately miaUated. TkeretuUof thia will be, not (imply a nrwtificaticn to indlvidaar feeling, but also, asd mainly a healing of the dissensions wfcich neceiaarlly were engendered durinR that unnatural strife, and a compacting of Iko American peeplo na ono great harmo Bteaa and powerful nation. A single illustration may suffice to eapreis our meaning. The death of Gen. John II. Morgan, though but a single and obscure event in the great drama of tho war, las been in onr State a matter of absorbing interca' nd the source of much bitterness. Few jaea who acted a part in those exciting reenes were more enthusiastically admired, more profoundly feared or more cordially hated than was Morgan. Hence the matter and manner of his death ...

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. — 11 January 1884

la SQ -. Chooso, Lemon Wafors, Concentrated Coco Jollios, Common, French Candies nnd Generally, occupy Ilrlght'a Old Somerset Street I ff.l OF LINCOLN through the kindness of manufacturers continue in tho Implement husiuess, nice assortment ot Spring Wgous, Wagons, AND of Farming Implements hnndled heretofore, popular and approved manufactures endeavoring to discard all goods market, which, with my knowledge of this I shall exercise every possible effort the Farming community, ntid unlike tho fact "that I ask no favors ot any assuro you that any favor the trado highly appreciated. Neither can I will bo bought for spot cash," but my goods will be furnished to me time I can confidently assuro tho trade nnd acquaintance with tho manufac basis to enable mo to compete successfully I can not bo to independent as my put up with smaller profit. I will occu completed on Main street, opposite tho to teo all my old customers juid - 'i7W3EJ&.lE:LEMlSf? TO Til FARMERS I am happy to inform yo...

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. — 11 January 1884

. I 1 . t. r t. ,t t journal Stanford, Ky January 11, 1884 TAe Pretton Family. " Last weeL there died in Columbia, 8. C, jH9, Mrs. Caroline Hampton Preston, a eoeraule lady, who waa akin to a Inrger HHmtar of distinguished lanriliea than any person of our time. 8he was the youngest daughter of Gen. Wade Hampton, of the Revolution, and the alater of Gen. Hemp- tag of the war of 1812, the aunt of Col. Wade Hampton, father of the present Senator fro 6 JUth Carolina This lady had seen fire Generations of the Hamptons, theeldest em always being named Wade. The name WIo will end with the General, in the direct line, for his son, Wade died three ywLM ago. leaving no children. Mrs. whom I was speakinc, is the the Kentucky Preatons, Wickliffes, IUawna, Gibjons, and Blaira, and the ramifications o' these famlllea are very fir reaching. A relation of hera stated the otUerdar that, ineludinR the Blairs, Prea-tame, Hampton), McDuffiea, and the other I have named, there nre not less than 10, 000 ...

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. — 15 January 1884

Tridt Mirk, '!' Smut Heeili VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. ?;'' ! Tf S. t. M, w . s mmwm, y READ ! JkgiiUtL W? . W WTVK1?MlVWP Mtiglll 4it "i. ttiOBO Mi- I ntefio mtfti f4k t STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1884. FXj.XXqf FACTS ! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT .tiUiC I) READ! - sr suosr TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES : Drugs, Books, Stationery "and Fancy Articles. Phjiycliaj' prctlplloni ceurUlj" eompoaJkll TjfiwEgiER5rr Largest Stock of Watches flocks, Jewelry A Silverware Kvsr brougbtito ibis turkt. Prim Lower Una lb UwiSWiUbf, Clocks and Jswelrr en b(t notice nd, Warranted. L - i& v $ raw Wmm SITMAIBIIalEI! A.3STID HIJLKIsrEISS SHOP, Nico lbjjoi' Horses and Fino Turaouls. v son able. Kates COAL! And can supply it in any quantity. A. T. SriINJVJBLil.EY, Stanford, Ky. W. H. HIGGINS - Pi! ' NEW SERIES-NUMBER 215. ,. i. ? ami l vji" . 1 J A H i I I ( ?' . : . .' ()- READ. C2h "OTaa, " we . iis J . tililtfl It is and has been my motto never to carry Stock over from one season ...

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. — 15 January 1884

n la" Wi nterioronnml Stafford, Zyv ,- January 15, 1884 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Published TiiC0(f?v and Friday, eta.oo r3Eii annum Waeo paid strictly la advance. If w havo wait any time, 82.50 will be charged. cur, at lewt we hopo so. Gov. Knott issued an order Saturday, allowing Frank Steele, convicted of the -murder of W. G. Welch, in Woodford county, and sent to the pcnitenlliry for life, to leave the prison and attend the of his.iather, Judge Win. Steele, at Versailles, unattended Bare by bis No such privilege was ever granted before and so high-handed an action on Um part of the governor deserves the condemnation. If penitentiary convicts are to be allowed such' 'privileges it THlleoon be In order to let them out-for assy'other real or imaginary cause and the whole thing will become a monstrous farce. Whe,n a man forfeits his rights by breaking tie laws, especially if his crime vbe mur der, his punishment should be according to tie letter o'f the law. Wi join the Sunday Argus in d...

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