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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 1 February 1884

Jntcriorjonrnal Stanford, Ky., February 1, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Uuy Paints of Penny A McAHfter. Nick stook of birthday cards t Penny A MaAllster's. Jos. IIaab Hog Cholera Care. Penny A McAlister sole agent. 1!hand new flock of ctery thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAlifterV. Watch Be, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Fort conghs. cold , Ac , uc Comoufid 8yrup White Pine. Put up In 25c nd 50c bottle. Trial sire 10c. McICbberts A UBK' PERSONAL Miks Allie Kino is with Miss Babia Pennington. Mn n. Q. Alkord has been sworn in a deputy postmsster. ln. J. O Dunn, of Richmond has sold oat to R. G. Dunn A Co. Mil. J. E. Cahmn, of the Eet End, it down with a terete cafe of pnetimouia. Mies Mat-tie Evans, of the East End, who ha been the guest of Mrf . II. C. Bright returned home yesterday. Rev. II II. Maiionky hf bien down with fever at the RijitUt Theological Seminary, LouliTille, but if convalescing. Hon. T.P Hill, Jn, was at the advice of hi physician rem...

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 February 1884

3 tA m J! i t jr Stauford. Ky., February 1, 1884 GEO. O.BARNESin ENGLAND 10: 8iiacici.eveiii Lane, Daiaton, , Loudon, E.Jan. 8th, '83 Vtir rnttriori The 'Poll," as it is has beeu familiarly known to Londoner of the West Eod or a generation, was to popular!: science and was a sux cefor awhile, nntll it united with it a eaiUiieatrical feature, which soon swamp ml it. For it did not rul its plays on the boards bo as to compete with the regular theatre, for the patronage of play-goer, and haring them there at alt alienated the So between the two 'stools Ibe "Pollj" csme into bankruptcy and the property was purchased by a wetlthy gentleman, who with generous expenditure sad etesdfast purpose turned it into a training school foryoun? mechanics, where y member between 10 and 23 years of ajv, for a mere nominal fet can be perfected under the best instructor in any one oat of long list of handicrafts. It is open to all a ho can come with a decent certificate M to morals and at present number...

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. — 5 February 1884

Stmt - Wu Hi imtefia mtfn al ? VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, m ., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 5,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 221. $ntcrior$ournnl W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor JPubltahtid Tueadiiw cirul Vi'Ina, a aa.oo xxm annum When paid itrlctljr In advance II wo htte to wajtanr limit 93.30 will be charged. A Woman i Rebuke, Obb bright woman brought 150 youngmen to terms bjr a very lnienlous performance at medical clinic at lllockley Alms-house lut week. Three of the fifteen students at the Woman's Meillcil College occupied aeata in (he lecture room, and while wait Ing for tba lecturer, who waa belated, (ha claM Indulged In omt notaj demonstration, which was finally directed in the way of playful banter to the woman present. Suddenly Mis A. M. Field, one of the female students, who la widely known a an eminent muwlonary In China, iroe, and aa be began to apeak the nol wu chao td to respectful Hence Gentlemen," ahe aald, "I hare been for 18 yeara a in China. Tho Chiticae hare no medical a...

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. — 5 February 1884

whig ntcri wlonmai Stanford, Ky., February 5, 1884 - 4 Jjr. P. WALTON. EDITOR Tub nomination of Librarian by tbe democratic caucus on Friday night, not withstanding the contest was between and that ladies were pretent in large umbers, was attended by more disgraceful ecenea than were ever enacted in a pKciBct primary in the backwoods. was worse confounded and the whole Thing catoe near climaxing in a general row. As it waa Iiaac Palmer Caldwell and BeDreeentatlTe Jtatclifle indulged in a little roogh ard tumble but were separated before any damage win done. Mr. Cooke, Mrs. Fib, Mice Dairy, Mrs. Head, Mia Hanson and Mm. McPonnellwere the for the portion of Librarian and IhsTOta waa pretty well divided on the Jkt ballot. Tbe content finally narrowed Jewn to Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Cjoke, prceeat incumbent, and on tbe sixth bollot there waa a tie, broken however before the vetewH announced by several meraberi chasging their Tote to Mrs Hanson and she u declared the nominee amid the "wilde...

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. — 5 February 1884

J. T ntcriorouriml Stanford, Ky February 5, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of 1'ennjr A McAlister. Nice atomic of birthday card at Penny A McAllsterV. Joe. Haab Hog Cholera Cur. Penny & McAlfMer sole suenla. Brand new clock of every thins in the jewelry line at Penny A McAliiter'a. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Fort congh, colds, Ac, une Compound Byrup While Pine. Put up in 2oo and 60c bottle. Trial lit 10c. McKoberte A 'PERSONAL 8cjDirr J, 8. has returned from Dallas, Texaa. Mk.A.C. Xewlaxd dm our tbanki for a verv timely present. aIjwi 8ai.uk Vandeveeii 1 very at Hamilton College. Mh. N. B. Hcoitrs U down LOCAL MATTERS. for mil near the dejot. ' ply to 8. P. Stagg. ick V ' with the itflammatorv rheutualitm. MnJlM JUt'OilMAN I learning the art of basking In the Kiral National. amp Mkh. O O. Dokcan of Montlcello, are up on a vUlt to her mother. Mr.,ani Mna, Uoiit. McAi.urrRii hate been in Madieon county vialilog her Mm, Mary Ddhn and dau...

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. — 5 February 1884

, C7 - tmi Stanford. Ky., February 5, 1884 The Small Boy. 1 obalt not soon forget a stage-coach ride from Fort Smith, Ark , to Muscogee, Indian Territory. I had thought I would he the only passenger, but when a woman and a boy, and subsequently a half Indian, entered, I very naturally revised my former JiroprewioiH and decided that I would hare company. The half Indian had been eda cated at an eastern fchool and was a very intelligent tain. He was, I understood him to say, a member of the Cherokee council and was returning from a viait to Washington, to attend a session of the grave, if not potent, body of Indian legislator. When the boy learned that the man , Was an Indian he began to exhibit a which I soon discovered would result in the red man's annoyance. "Did you ever kill anybody?" he asked. "Tommy," said the woman, "don't be me." "I think not," replied the Cherokca ''Tnen what makes you an Indian?" "I am only a half Indian." "Which half." "Thomas," exclaimed. the woman, turni...

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 February 1884

a Setnt W ill Imfefwf umfmal VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1884. NEW SERIES --NUMBER 222. ntcrioroumaI W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor Publttlfjl TittKttiiv ami Friday, H3.VO lJ3n ANNUM Wbenpild etrlrtlr la adrince. II we bare wait tor time, J.30 Willi thara. to Little Johnny's Natural History. A ola cat ahe bmrl 2 klttins ; one win a nice feller, but the other it waa no count; tore eye, and onotliy wile the ole ctl waa gon the rati the found her bed and thejr et the veil kiln up up. Wen the It cat abe cum home and t how it wa, ahe wax in a nit ty bid war and he sed: "The beat Ja al-way look rounjjeat; if that little feller had been apared'he wude ben the vplendldiat ratle which wi erer tee Things la ordered with urate Jr.etic in thU world." Mom, which la our cat, don't bare no killing but he U pre It roo1 at line bjr the a to re and wen you rub him the rcnjc war In the dark be atrike fire llk he waa a dint. Hilljr ha n.f. mjr father if Moiea apa...

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 February 1884

ntt rforonrnal Xy, . February 8, 1884 P. WALTON. EDITOR ft is Joseph Clay Stilet Blackburn. Spate! to the Interior Journal CixciMHATi, Feb. Cut After nearlj a avstb of idle balloting, the Legislative imicua ended ita Imbecile business last niigtit by nominating Hon. Joe. C 6. Black into m TJ. 8. Senator. Carlisle hating declined the use of his name as long tvjJBUckburn was before the caucua, the narrowed down to Williataa and aWaekbmn and on the first ballot of the the latter knocked the long jjht perilmmon, rcceiring 63 to hia 67. It waa plain (rem the atari Sweeney's candidacy waa in the Blackburn, whether intentional on iaiafartor not. Delay waa to hia thoac who hare watched closely lbc4rift of eventa have teen for aome time 4bat Williama mint go and every dilator awuare but confirmed that conclusion. Uariialee name waa used but aa a scarecrow. Ufa anil filackbnrn entered into a solemn ilj net, the Bay the latter withdrew from 43m jeaker'a race, that they should no suppose each o...

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 February 1884

I t f 6 SemyGMs Intmijrjranni Stanford, Ky., February 8, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Painth of Penny A McAllster. Nice stoolc of birthday card at Penny & McAllster'. Joa. IlAiB JIok Cholera Cure. Penny & McAllster solo agents. Ujiand new Mock of every thing in the Jewelry line at Penny & McAllster'. Watch rx, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. Foil cough, colds, Ac., use Compound Byrup White Pine. Put up In 25c and 60c bottle. Trial site 10c. McKoberts A st. PERSONAL Mm. L. K. HutTMAK It spending the week in Huttontille. Miss Mattik DiKWiDDir, of U with Miss Lucy Tate. Mrs. J. K. lIl'FrMAN accompanied by her son, "Bhack," waa here visiting friend. Mil J. W. McAlistxk and wife, of 8t. Joe, Mo, are Lere on a visit to eld friend and relative. Mw.W.O. Welch not a fall from Iter home a day or two pine, but fortunate ly received no injury Jar McKinmev, eon of A. 13. took leave of his friend yesterday to go to lilooralrr,ton, III. M H. PtYTOM, Jr., of M...

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 February 1884

S' u 4 Stini Stanford, Ky., February S, 1884 Bnt of the Crimea Committed During the Ca reer of amoral man. A gentleman, who had led an exemplar life and auiilnat whoia nio'ral or relitiinu character there never had been a breath of suspicion, wag taken very eick and In death, certain acta hitherto camffito hi mind' with aRonWng force, reulting in the following confeMbri of crime, which he hoped, albeit with Blender fiith, might be forgiven him: I Tiae on two or three occMiona borrow-' ed postage stamp and failed to repajr them. I have neglected to straw ashes on the icj atdewalk, notwithatanding that I Lnew that vaj neighbor was old and gouty. I have aa tin the home-car, and looked out of the front window until aome other gentleman hag given his eeat to the feeble olJ lady who had entered4he rear. door. . I have lalkrd in a loud voice at the theatre and even gone ao far as to anticipate Ihe action of the drama by keeping all within hearing posted in what was goinc to fee'donc next. ...

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. — 12 February 1884

I mmmmmmmmm wmsBmK&eaBm Semi . H III ntefiof lonf ital VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFOKD, KY TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 22?. ntcriorournitI W. P. WALTON, - - Editor and Proptittot Bublthel Tiictitciv n'tul Friday; 'J.OO Xlim AMNUM ' ' t t - Wbiu paid atrlctly la alrance. It we hare to wall ut Jims, ." will b chanced .' NUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, , , r f t T J. 1'. Ballerj of Hnfonl chartd by tb nurroundlntc of lit youth, unbent hi dignity like Jijjpof old, fellfd hi hoary lock for a time ami in company with a blooming young lad, adrentiirtii in the uu; dance Thursday night. The pld.gen tlemaiv sustained no injury- no far a on he earned, hut returned to hit musty lotnm with perfect resignation U, M OIen, who superintended the preparation of the crate at McCormack' Church on Saturday, atate that the ground . waa o completely Mturated with water a to make it difficult to Complete the work. Hiring finished the vault, tbey were compelled to dig a rrsorvoir ft to prev...

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. — 12 February 1884

s i' $ntcrioronriral BUnford, Ky., February 12, 1884 0.P. WALTON. EDITOR The Louisville -Democrat copies the following from the l'aducah Journal, which m edited by Asaistent Secretary of Stale, McCuij and ma; therefore be taken as UhoriUtivt: "The Stanford Jouknai. peis of the outrageous action of Gor. .Knott in allowing; the life conyict Steele to co from the prison walls unattended to sua father's funeral. Does the Stanford Jscxnai. suppose that Got. Knott is war- tb penitentiary and ha charge of the prisoners, taking cognizance of their purtuil and their outgoings and Got, KeoU issued no order of to Steele to attend that funeral, neither hid he any authority to do so. That wm a matter betwein the convict and the warden." 'We do not get the Journal else the matter should have been noticed sooner. Jt i verj gratifying to us to see the responsibility placid where it belongs and -while the act is no less deserving of we are glad Got. Knott's skirts are clear. We admire him for a numb...

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. — 12 February 1884

T t t T Jntmor Journal Stanford, Ky., February 12, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Paints of Penny A McAllater. Nice took of birthday out) at Penny A McAllater'. Jo. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAllrter ole amenta. IlrtANb new Mock of e? cry ibing In tlie jewelry lineal Penny A McAllaler', Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllaler. Fok cough, cold, Ac, use Compound Syrup White Pine. Put up in 2c and 50c bottle. Trial aire 10c. Mcltobert A PERSONAL MlMIH KlTTIE AMI Y.UtL Kotrr are flatting in Itoyle county. Rrv. J. M. lliu'CK ha gone to tiil retatlfe near Sedalia, Mo. Mks Lixzii: Dillon, of Lancaster, i lhei;iirrt of Mr. M G. Xetlu. Miss Pantiika McKinnkv ban gone to itit Mr. Wo, Iloyaton in Garrard Mk. Smith Hauuiiman i confined to hi bed with inflamtnatorr rheumatism. Miw. Coi A1.I.KN, of Farmdale, haa been viiltlng her daughter at tbe College. Buiiton h returned from a week' vlsll to friend, in the Wert End. j JammChow, ne of our oldral and worthiest citiz...

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. — 12 February 1884

SUnfonl, Ky., Fobruary 12, 1884 Too Late. "Ii ihere a tetter for cue to tlay?'' A. dark flunh ovrrapreid the ne fore. IihiiJ and blaoclml fcaluree, a Hidden ItrUtnwa came Into the drooping eye, and tfi!f decatne miffnaed with lean. What a trnciior pael tluough the watel form! lav the weak voice trembled between hope mid deopatrl The old peatnmter took Up packet of and nlowly looked thciu over, m he nl yi did when Alice this question. H wsll knew there was no letter for her, hut it waa so hard to Bay the little word tkt would Bend her away with an added weight of disappointment. Fuc we months past she had come aaj nftet day, ia aunahino or storm, always wild -the same question on her lips and.aU wayn receiving the same negative reply. there a letter for me to-day?" ' I'oov Alice "Werder! When, two ycara liefwe. Hugo Werder led her to the altar, the iieople naid the young w.w ooly alter her money and when he had secured that he would neglect the sweet, IcaViag girl and would live mere...

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 February 1884

1 I 3Si titefio IfcP H H? l41!4k VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., ERIDA Y, FEBRUARY 15, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 224. n(crioroumal W. P. WALTON. - - Editormnd Proprietor Fmhril TiicHitttv ami Fri4nun, When paid atrlctlr la adratjc,.., II we hire to wilt tar tftue, 93.00 wilt Im charged. . : "TT - HA fA IfAsa Ring flounthes. J'JIUr fniet far Jovrmtt TtttnkinK thaJUtauie fact. Gjur mul riuRgUttoD on lh I'rtyect 'of wuialc may lie of int'teat td yrUr' reader", in view of the exitnai'e vilirciujlon of it jut narr ami the rOi:aI further IctiiUtton in relation to it, I ak apaca in your paper to nuhniit a few that haro occurrrti to me bain's; Appropriate i '' llj the act ofOnxriM pv4 In 1878, the louifeti period, it llieenrni'il UKi;rmioi of the ftliiiilcy inert, wan zlenileil to 3 yeam, with, the condition that 6 prr ccnt.'pcr an nuia inlerMt rhould be paid' m the lax durinK that period In 1H30, to meet the vfialuw of Iheae men, anoihrr act wan pained taking off the interest, hut conti...

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 February 1884

nte riorouriml , i i w. w ' Steford, Xy., February 15, 1884 v. ft Wire. flro Oil two daja of tho wek, Mondaji aod Saturdays, there is hardly a quorum for the of business in either branch of fee General Assembly. The niembers.with exceptions, haTe their pockets filled with railroad paster) and they can joi Jokko the temptation to use thetu.ro awaj thejr go to Louisville, Cincinnati and te not, when if they had to par their ra fare, they would tttr and attend to 4 business for which they were elected. 33w average legislator would be a might b11 indhidual without hii free pM, he while everybody else la of the that with one he is a bribe-taker, unfit 4o sleel fairlj between the Commonwealth ad the railroads In the election of rep xeeeBtalivefl kerealter this question ought to he one of the iwuee and no man should Jbe elected who will not pledge himself to Tftaee U uch overtures from railroad cr otker corporations. The enormous of 15 centa ought to be sufficient for the transportation of...

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. — 15 February 1884

Intcriorloncnal Stanford, Ky., Fobmary 15, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Boy Paints of l'ennj A McAliiter. Nice atoclc of blrthilaj card at Penny A McAliaterV. Jos. Haab Hojr Cholera Cure. I'ennv A McAliater ko'.b amenta. IIranI) new flock of every thin in the jewelry line at Penny A McAliater'. Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliiter. Foil coi'gh. cold, Ac, une CotnKjund Syrup While Pine. Put up in 2rjc and 60c bottle. Trial Hire 10c. Mcltoberta A etagg. : PERSONAL. Mr, J. E FaukhJ out again, after a revere attack of pneumonia. Mn. Bogle waa taken no ill TuowJav be had to return to hia home. Mr. H.B. Withers and Hquire went to l.ouiviIle Tuesday. Mr Samuel Warheji am wife, ol Danville, wrro the uet of hia brother, Mr. It. C. Warrtu. A "Hm PAUTV'at Mr. Leo Hayden'a yesterday wa enjoyed by & goodly number of hen and pullets. Mrs. II. (I A word haa gone to Nich- olaavillc to visit her mother-in-law, Mm. Blunders, who i Tery ill. Mh. M J. Miller, Jr, of Ml. Ver...

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 February 1884

Hi- SuVo'nl. Xy jbraary 15, 1884 lettetvfrom Frank," - lVary rvamen rVaif0 or Letters that nerer - uome "I'orh.ip. you doc't know it, but the pUce to e the traRnliei of real life like a panorama it riht here," sald'a poetoffice htbitua bjfore .he general postoffice build in on Prtc row. "How could one nee tragedies in the ' " pwlefficr G'Waltfa'b'Tt! Theirire ithe forelnjl; rtterrwjodow'; padple come here to"Set foreign letters. The; are coming all the time. It in an unending procession of t . ic,i. m n W did. There was ft woman leading a' little girl She was waiting her turn to link at the window. She was dreed in ruitr black. She had a pretty, sad faco with a few prematura wrinkle oiitr Site Joocea tnoawi; nervous, anxious, site got a chance and want up J her held down to lift JlttleluolefT VUythineioYMrJohn ?" That's all we could bear. "Nothing," 8id the voice of the clerk, alier a moment's delay. Tii,wiman stepped back as if the clerk's voice had hurt her. a moment and (hen feel...

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. — 19 February 1884

. i' Smut - Heelli VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. chin $ntcrior$o urnal I W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor and Propnttor I'lihllihetl TueiHlau "' Frldnv, 8a. OO IEIl ANNUM When psld strictly to adisnce. II wa, bare to will n time, $3. flu will tx charged . danhlle. boyle county. Tha ladlen of the Episcopal church will glre a mippor on tlie nielli of the 221 for the lieneAtiGf tha church, Oiilnne ami AbhrjV New York company ill appear at the Opera Houaeon tho liM with litti popular pUy of "Evttand Wrrit " -Uruca ft Harlan are now connected with near! all the nutide wotlJ bj telephone, notably, with Stanford, Lanctoter, HryanUllle rnl .Si fax. George Uowaey, who killed' htacoutin nod Uw, Jpir Shearen, lait Mondj, waived an examination and wia committed to jll in drfault of S-H-0 hail. 'flic grind jury will InveftlcaU the care tills week. The itahlo of Mm. W. I. ltohinaon, at Camp Dick Ublnon, took fire jelerday morning and burned to the ground. Fonr horiea belonging to her aon, V, II Koliin on, were...

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. — 19 February 1884

Inferiorjonnral Stanford, Ky., February 19, 1884 w. P. WALTON. If our Legislature hail the moral goto enact a Jaw, making all petty ofletisee and thefts of ten dollars .and under in value punishable with any number of atitpeo on the naked b.ick, from one to thirty-nine, there would be no need for the branch penitentiary now being and apparently so badly needed. A big aaejority of the criminals in the State priaea were rent for larcenies of atnall amount nnd the State baa been run to great expense without attaining the abject of punishment, the prevention ol crtae. The average of thin cIim care nothing for the disgrace of a term in the penitentiary; in fact they do not regard it a a disgrace. Tbeee same individual would, however, look upon a public threahing in a very diflerent light and the eBect woulJ be very salutary both on the one punished and on other evil-doer. Asa matter therefore of economy, ofpablic good, of justice and as a of crime, we beg the Legislature to enact a whipp...

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