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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 15 January 1884

Interior JownSI Stanford, Ky., January 15, 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mstl train going North. Houtb. Kipreos train" Houth ntn . ,..l OS r. K. .,2 oo r. w. , 1 01 A.M, , 2 M a.m LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny A McAliater. Nice Mock of birthday card at Penny A Me A I Inter'. Htandaiid ready mixed paint at Mc-Roberto A HUagV. Jew. Haah Hog Cholera Cute. Penny A MrAliMer sole ngentn. IliiANi) new Mock of every tiling in Uie jewelry lineal Penny A McAlisler's. Watchim, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A MoAlister. Fob conehs, colds, Ac,, use Compound Syrup White Pine. Put up in 25c and 60c bottles. Trial Kite 10c. McKoberts A ?Ugif. perYonal Mn. I. C. Alcoiix, of London, spent Sunday in town. jMn. C. W. MncALr, brother of our Tom. and lien A Crutcher, hate bought Ibe Jttamin ' Jgvrnal. .Mn John Mkksiion and family and Mr. Jefw Mention and wife have mortd to R'chmond. Miksrs Annie and Jean Duciiakan, of Crab Orchard, were the gurt of Mim "anthe a McKinney. Mn Ja...

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. — 15 January 1884

1. r j. r Stanford, Ky January 15. 1884 MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed by Jno, B. Fish Dr. A. C5 . Lovell In tho proud father of If there i in the visible universe a crea (ion which seems able to defy imitation, it ia the oyster; but a Bordeaux paper grave ly declare? that artificial oyster are be coming common in France and that the resemblance is so close that detection ia al. moat impossible. Their composition ia not explained, but thev are colored by a mineral wash and ftatened to a genuine shell by glue invented especially for the purpose which driea to tho precise eemblance of the cartilage which binds the live oyster to his habitation. Here is a rare chance for anti-monopolist to replace the waning glories of bogus butter. Eev. Dr. Hall taid of the bible: 'Good men have tried the bible in their youth and old age; in sickness and in health; in business and at home; in life and death, Law f era and statesmen have tried it In it charities, ita education and laws; but it is not w...

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. — 18 January 1884

VOLUME x. tm - HI NUMBER 510. READ! Till: INTEKIOIC JOUKNAI. STEAM JOB OFFICE Dees )V)ry Kind ofPrlHtluunt l(y prlcew. W. V WAIiTOX, PKOP.'I 3 o 5i. j Ho3Sgo fl3: NXS 1319. W. H. HIGGINS fcOOff" fcur vop 0- al-3 litis n Si? va " I a 1 bj T "J SlsSil III The Ohio legislature elected Hon. Iienrj 15. Payne, U.S. Senator, TucIht. Fire jouog men were dangerouily hurt and one killed while csaating in Mel-roe, Maw. Seeator Eduundi xu re-elected Prei dent pro Um of the Senate, Mr. Anthony haying declined to Mrre. K bill I Wore Congreu to abolish the pontage on uewnpaperii and another tu eatabluh 1'iwtal Saying Bank. O 0. Steal, of the Courier-Journal, haa qualiGtd a clerk of the Invalid Pen. ioni Committee, with an annual salary of $2,000. Forty-three million dollars is the sum r qui red to complete the improvement of the MissUdppi, m per the plan o( the Com. mission. The body of Delmonico, the New York restaurant man, which hat been missing for some time, wn found frozen in the Orange moun...

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. — 18 January 1884

! I1' 1 .ii IH h i f i w B 8 l t hlfi ntcriorionmnl Staafbrd, Ky, January 18, 1884 ur. . IMir0M 0170 ft Iublthet Tticitilnva AT mill JFVJrti, S3.00 IEIl A.2SNt;31 Waco paM itrlctly la advance. II we hare 'wait tar time, 82..10 trill to charged. firEAJUMUof the CoaritrJcmrfuWa i of Hon. Jos. E. McDonald for Pre!- tthe New York So spitefully remark: Wer frankly that Mx.UiDoaald cannot amy tbe BUto of New York. Neither sa 1m carry Coanectlcot; tod with bin as naaMUadklato New Jersey would be doubtful. Trti)eliiii, If the deaoorscy are to " toe the purpose of being beat-as, SfcDcraald is w (od u any body efefc. to The caucus of the democtrtic member of both branches of the LecieJatnre met night at Frankfort and nfter lis leaing to disgusting eulogies of William, BUekbarn and Sweeney, began the U.S. Senator.The firet remlted: 53; Blackburn -14 and Sweeney 25 Onr Senator, who is a brother-in-law of Sweeney, voted for him of course and Mr. Hill-did likewise, in which, we are he did cot exp...

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. — 18 January 1884

P1 fl ' I ffcnnmfMiiitii Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., January lRt 1884 l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali train going North ' ' Couth Eipremtialn" Month... . " Norn ..1 to r. m. ,.2 oo r, m. 1 01 A.M. J M A.M. LOCAL NOTICES. Uuy Paints of Penny A McAlister. Nick iIooc of birthday oimle at Penny A McAlisler'. fiTANiurtn ready mixed jialnt at Mc Roberts A Slang's. Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cur. Penny A McAlister sole agent. Urani) new oiocV of eery thing in the jewelry lineal Penny A McAllster'e. Watciiem, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliMer. Foil conghs, cold, Ac , use Compound 8yrup While Pine. Put U In 2.V and 50c bottles. Trial fins 10c. Mcllobert A Stlf. rr;. PERSONAL. ' Mr K It. Ciilnaui.tI in Louisville. Misa OKoiiotr. Hitt'MATK, of Eminence, Mo., la visiting .Miss Alma Hay. Mr. Bam C. Lackey, of Corptu Chris ti, Texas, U on a visit to hi patents. Mn J. T. Guthrie, of Boyle, I now the rtgular assistant depot gent here. Mn. Mauy Dunn and daughter, MIm Annie...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 January 1884

& V 5: ? k MM P Stanford, Ky., - January 18, 1884 DANVILLE, BOTLE COUNTY. There are only thirteen appearances for (he next term of the circuit con rt up to he present time. The dignity of paternity again reals on thajragile shoulder, of Sir. V. S. Dawn-ton. A. little daughter arrived one day this week, Tlie "Woodbine Restaurant," .opposite in no in full operation. It is a neatly Gtted up ettabliahtnent.where regdla'r meals or lunches can be obtained at all hours. Mr. Fred Miaonheltuer, a wortbyyoung man, fo the proprietor. 5n Wednesday, Mr. Jai.T. Worthing, ton, of Rosalia, Whitman county, WashT ington Territory, sold to his .mother Mm. Joanna T. Worthintrton, of thU county, his interest (J) exclusirc of dower.Jn the landed eMale of his father, the lite Charles T. Worthington. The consideration wan $3,000 cash, In the report ol the operetta in your last issue your correspondent, said that Mia Mtgjjie Rowland took the part of "May Qaeen" when Mire Maggie Randolph waathelady who u...

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 January 1884

1854.-1834 1'aiataea, Marblebtad Karlr I'ora, taa Hub. bard Huaab. and aeorea or itarr aew V ran. palroaue of laa pubUa. la laa taklra. I larlte the Bardraa aad an tbe farm, oftbaae who plaal Btj aeea wlltbefeaad ear btl udrertlatxatat. 1AUES l.H.CRECORr. Seed Gtovtr, MirbUhead. Miu. Hi GOV. JAMES B. UcCREARY, w are Mtiie of tho pre comment on McCreirr' candidner for Can mm? We presume no one kIII call in question J Got. McCrearjr'ii fitt,e for the position he ak. Hi thorough iiunliOcation goe with-out the "iylnj?. But o mny wpirant for the nine place hare arioen that ome tuaj hare a heallancj as to whom tbejr should support. Iyl ouch cut their jren oer the field, conaider the eereral candidate. weih well nil the curroundin and circumatan ce, and then rote for the one who ia beet entitled to their atiffrage. We are not di. pocd to underrate the abililieri of any of the other dNtlnguinhed gentlemen wboce name have been mentioned in thi connection. Madiaon otl'em a man for thU im port...

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 January 1884

f i ntcrioroumnl Staaford, Ky., January 22, 1884 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR FublUhcd Tttcatfaya anil FrlAuvt Sia.OO I33R ANNUM "When raid strictly lo advance II we have to welt any lime. 82.50 will be charged. rjuVEN da)B have Rone be and Biill there is no nomination fcr U S. Senator. Already the lout lo the Slate has retched $10-860, not to mention the important legislation that has been neglected, for little or nothing bag bten done and a third of the GasMitutioDal seasion is gone. While has done nothinR to especially merit -a le-nomination, ho arpenrs to be the choice cf a majority cf the people of the Rial am! their renrescnlativea at Frank- fort should obey their wihes and end the tlirtfuating fbolisbnes', which at $5 pr day tho larger half of the members would be glad to have go on forever. We have nothing Blackburn, in ft ft to say ay ainst Joe re like his bold, ouUpoken manner, and concede that he in a man of more ability pethape than William, but he will have to wait. His outride...

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 January 1884

'tj f vr H t f interior Journal Stanford, Ky January 22, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny k McAlister. Nice stojit of birthday card at Penny k McAllsterV. BTANUAri) mixed paint at Mo Robert HtaudV. Jos Haas Hof? Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlister sole agents. Brand new clock of every thine in tlie jewelry line at Peany A McAllster's. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Foil coi'bIih, coldi, Ac, use Compound 8yrup While Pine. Put up in 'it nnd 60c bottleA. Trinl fir 10c. McRoberte A SUgc PERSONAL. T. W. Hkkiinm returned to Loulsvillo yeiterday. Iva Sniley has gone lo Indian apolla, Ind., to visit Mita Grace Wainrr. Miui. Jcm. (looun, who has been tery ill of pneumonia, in improving a we learn from her (later, MIm A Hie Uover. Mil J. W, Bastin, secretary of the Laurel Coal C' , baa been on n visit lo his parenla in lhi county, MimJj Maouir Adams, Bo Hep pert and Klla Joplin and JameK Maret, W. C!. Adams and A. Cfiesruan formal a giy parly from ...

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 January 1884

V mjtmtm Stanford. Ky January 22, 1884 HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COVNTY. TlieaiiUonSatunliy got 5o aboil' 0 U. C. Allen in futlnj up the new room formerly used br ihe Allen Bra, as a produce more, into whioh ho propone to move bU Mdtllery eslalHhoient immediately. Judge Durham ia stirring ui by ay ot remembrance, lb mind of ilia m ihis part of the district. Have not liranf yet whether Little Phil la Roing to permit bt politicii estate to ou thua Bummanlr. Din Hmton (of color), went into aei'sce on the Knoxville railroad wutk during the war, waa supposed to be dead find of coiuee n yerisioii claim wa net up. Hut Dan reported to the widow and orphans in penon Sunday. E Jer (Hbxni, who hai taken charge of the Christian church, moved in last week, and. id bonding at the Weatberford Hotwe. M. S. Peyton waa much worue Saturday nihC and great alarm waa felt, but he t during the night and waa reparted better Sunday noon. Our worthy neighbor, W. B. Hawkinp, liiAHOCUtcd a position in the railroad ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 January 1884

jemt "Weeklii i Tn i lifefii Imtftial. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 85, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 218. ntcriorouma W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor Publ tnlied Titemlav ami Jhltlau, 83.()() XEIl ANNUM Whin paid atrlctly Id adrance. It wo hate to wilt nr time, l charged . WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. A burglar broke Into J L. Whitehead' (IriiK 'tore Nut Sunday night and reliered the owner of about $50 worth of atock. Morality and Immorality are having a INely race at Mil jiUce. For every church we build the erect three "Blind Tiger Mr. Bryant, a resident of thl place, rarelealy nhot hlrtMelf through the arm Monday, The wound i verjr painful, but thought not to be dangerous. The Congregational!! rhurch I com pleted and we are waltlnt for the 1'ly mouth Hocks to come down and dedicate it for ua. Kame war le Kiid for our college. Oar town haa a new obtrter before the Legislature extending the corporation both In area and power. We expect much good to foll...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 January 1884

1 I: - ,y Cf ' l1 ..!, It would be Htumlrg were it not 4Maaford, Ky., - - January 25, 1884 . P. WALTON. EDITOR ' Thb break in the dead lock of tlio Cau-- . m did not occir Monday night aa was cWidently expected and thf. result waa after eight the same old figures, Williams 62; tylacaburn 15 and Sweeney Si. On(vmemrrT0td for Carlisle which amated somewhat of a sensation, but objection was made under the rule of tho saaacua and he went back to Sweeney. The Leaievilte merabera paid no attention to tbe petition figntd mostly by the bummer leceat of the city,lo vote for illackburn, Jer they knew that the name elgnaturea hare been obtained for moat tyiy tber object had the parties been worked in the proper way and by the projier Four ballot wete taken Tuesday aught with the same result, when Senator Sadlatn introduced a resolution: "That the ereral candidates, whoae Dimm are now 4fere thia caucur, be and are hereby in-anted and requested to address tbia bdtiy on Ike tariff not exceeding 1...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 January 1884

r Stanford, Ky., January 25, 1884 LOCALSNOTICES. Nov Paints of I'ennjr A MoAllater. Nick atook of birthday curds at Penny A McAllater'a. HrANDAHi) ready mixed palnta at Mo Roberta A KIakk'x Jew. Uaar Hok Cholera Cure. Penny & McAIUter nolo niceiiti. HiiAND new MlocV nf every llilnt; in the jewelry line at Penny ft McAliaterV. Watciiks, Clock and Jewelry repaired arid warranted by Penny A McAllater. Foil coi'Kha. rolda, Ac, uw Cam pound Bjrrup While Pine. Put up in lUo nnd 60c bottle. Trial alz 10c Mcltoberta A tBB. PERSONAL Muh Lizzie llori'i:u, of Lancaster, in tMiinjr Mr. Aalwr Owsley. Mux Maon, nf Mi.ooiiri, U TMiine her niece, Mra. J. H. Slunk". The Richmond Hev. Win Crow l down with the pneumonia. Mn. Jas.Oivens, of McKlnncy, Mart ed on Wednesday fur the Alabama market, with a cir load of mule. Mn Uhvant, of the C AO K. II,, Htatinned at Allejthany, Vn., Iia befn vUIllnp lit latcr nt the Colleji. Mn. J. J. lUiiNinT, a younn senile-man from Somerret, took the train liere yes...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 January 1884

M Stanford, Ky., January 25, 1884 GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND rUA.I81i: THE JO.OIIIV' v 102 SlIACItr.KWELI. LANE, DAL8TON, London, E. Dec 25, '33 the Lord that I ever met him; and I wish I could get rid of the devil In every ehape and form. Jesus can caat him out. 0, Marie, I want to go o high that I can pee the world and all that belongs to it, only through the medium of God'a love and God's light." I copy verbatim this confewion of perplexity, because it hie been exiclly my own, and U, to a greater or ten exteit, the dif. with mot of thosa who read these lineaiasi far as they hive attempted to walk conaistentty by the one rule that GOD IS WYE AND NOTHING EWE. My CwUtmai letter shtlt bs upon this point. May it bi a true GIFfloall. And the first thing I have to say is fio a widest word I shall write in this letUr; but it is a true one and mint be spo keo. Let it "sink into your ears," dear lis tener for the voice of God, for on it, as a" pivotal point, this whole question tarn. This is...

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 January 1884

; SemilR 3 ntcnoroumal W. P. WALTON. - - - Editor and Propnttor VubUultctl Tiieitav !' aa.oo rKii annum Whn paid atrlrtly In adfsnco. II wo lia?e lo wait any time, 93.no will be charged. GEO. 0. BARNESjn ENGLAND "PIIU8E Til 13 XOILIV 102 SiiACKi.KWEf.i. Lank, Damtoh, London, E. Deo i!9, '83 Dvar tnlerttr : We are to begin at the Polytechnic to-morrow, If the LOUD will, of which more when we get there. Lit tue here bring up the event of this wrek, of what I called "odd fobbing." TiiotiKii a seren ilajm of disjointed Ubor, F doubt If I ever In mr life win more ned br the LOUD than in this eTenlfulljr crowded week. I gave jou in aoroe detail the hlstorj of adayatMUs Mcl'lierson'it mission. That Kundar in Hird Kair nd the lodging houses, where deepest porertr congregate ami crime lurks, will never be forgotten; nor the ready response to a gospel that really retched down to them where they were. More and more the LOBI) teache me that the "good lldings" are any thing but good, m mmtnonlr ...

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 January 1884

i ii Staafotd, Ky., January 29, 1884 W.P. WALTON. - EDITOR Thebe U abiolutely nothing of interest 40soeruinK the dead-lock at Frankfort. The caucus meet, takes a few ballots with the old rult of 52-46 -24 and adjourns kh the growing conviction that it is atupendou fool of iUelf, at the too of an empty treasury. ballots had been taken to Friday night, mktn an adjournment was had till last sight. It strikes us ihat if Sweeney had a of patriotiim about hiui, he would alboriie the withdrawal of his name, as feectnlnno event expect a nomination. Ho has already been prominently brought Wore the people of the Bute, which is as amtrch glory m he could have possibly expected in tntering the ccntest and he ought to retire now with the laurels of a support that has been as repectableandtady as it &m bo doubt ben gratifying to him and jus friends. Beside his withdrawal for the sake of harmony and economy would jie him a warm place in the hearts of the people, who would reward him handsomely...

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 January 1884

.1 X 7 , SemMBttwhlfi Interior Jonrnal Stanford, Ky., January 20, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny A McAliMcr. Nice ttrwk of birthday cards at Penny & McAlitterV. Jon. IIaab IIok Cholera Cure. Penny A MoAlltteraole amenta. Brand new "lock of etery thins in the Jewelry line at Peony A MoAlUter'a. Watciib!, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. For congh. cold, Ac., ue Compound Syrup White Pine. Put up in 25c and 60c botllea. Trial elze 10c. Mcltoberta A PERSONAL Mr. J. W, 8ALLER haa gone on a titit to Augnatt, Oa. Mm Dolmk Wilmam, of Hutton-ville, wu vlalling ber titter, Mr. L F. Ilafiman. Mu Dora Btraub returned from a to her titter, Mr. W. Vf. Johnon,at Lily, Ky. 11k. W. P. ErrHHPON, of Text and hi pretty bride whs waa a Mix" Harden of Ilarrod'bnrr. are TUiting the family of Eld J. Q. Montgomery. Miw Akm B Cook haa accepted the the position of rautlc teacher In tbe College. She i one of the mwt accomplished mulcian and Lincoln county, her home, 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. — 29 January 1884

I A t 1 41 W n M li 1 ' l f ; -I jL Stanford. Ky., - January 29. 1884 tfjfruf9 Named. The golden welling of Bishop Pierce, of the Methodist Episcopal Chuich South, will be celcdrated At -the residence of his on, in Hancock county, Gs., on the 4th of February, and m bring together a remarkable family Catherine. The father of Bishop Pierce was the celebrated Lovic Tierce, who began pleaching in Georgia1 in 1804, and whose death occurred only two years ago. He was the best-known itinerant in the South, and during the lsst ten years of his life, from his nixth to bis ninety-sixth year, was the visits from Methodists all over the .world. While the father was still livinp, .- the,, projector of a family which spread rapidly throughout Georgia, and was still in full vin'or of ministerial power, his son, Geo. F. Pierce, bad grown up lo manhood, entered the ministry, reached the Bishop's chair and grown bid himself, lilshop Pierce, though not so original as his father, is mote scholarly, and...

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 February 1884

' Semi "W At a mlcroacopU exhibition lo Iloston re centl v, tho atlng of a honey bee was thrown upon the screen, the point of which waa bo sharp aa to be hardly distinguishable. At the same time the lineal of needles waa shown, under the same power of the and the end of tbe needle measured five Inchea across. A curious freak of a recent wind alorm at Arcade, N. Y., wa tbe rolling up of r.vllnders. not bills, of snow, liuny of which were hollow, like a mufl. ,On one farm near there were over 100 of these curiosities, rolled up as perfectly as though they had been turned in a lathe. 111 Quite an excitement waa produced at Bangor, Me., a few nights ago by the exposure of a pretended materialization medium. Mr. S. E. Whitney and wife, of Brockton, Miw., came thero a week ago Saturday and have been giving seances, which were attended by many prominent citizens. The parties suspecting fraud arranged for attending the seance and exposed the fraud by grasping the medium, Mrs. Whituey, by th...

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 February 1884

ft In ij.( f M it "R v Ci'.J 'I V ' Ik. I K- H M $nterior$ouriral Stanford, Ky., February 1, 1884 . P. WALTON. EDITOR .Every day's observation confirms the .theory- that our penal code requires press pt and thorough ieTlion. In the BJitler of punlohmtnt for petty crimes a rlianr is absolutely needed. This ig preying more and more clamorously rer yr wr consideration. In the al. fleece of minor punishment for minor of-eaves otir courts are shut up to the alter-satire of acquittal on the ground of or the penitentiary for the of justice. In the former case naturally leads to further and gnater transgressions, and in the latter .rire punishment often and in case of oei -lain classes of offences, always is far too Mriees for the vindication of justice. Wo oed a law to meet effectually the cases in qaoetion. The public mind is becoming jtapresscd with a seiwe of this necessity, anal the public voice is beginning to cry tfora remedy. The opponents of the fnepoaed re-adoption of the lash dwe...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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