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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 7 March 1884

I m 7 t Stanford, Ky., Kai.i, where Mr. Cherault hai been for aeveral year interrated in the rurry bu inee Stanford can illy aflord o loe aech good cllltena and our people part with litem with reurcl. Mr Chriiault is an en terpritinK, man, and we oild have been glad to have had bim exert hi energie in tbi ertinn. LOCAL MATTERS'. , Kniatn fxti at Harri A Murphy' ie ceivtd daily. Vr. Thurber'a :l rwaeteil cotlee Hett in the market. T. It Walton. a 1 - FoUNli. A uui wat, which the owner cin eel by applyine to Bl Hrtwn. New mhUk Mock Shoe received to dav. Co. llCTTitR ia a dicided It can baldly be bad money. of lloell Iltot and (ieo II Iucv .V luxury here now. either for love or To-day is the last for bringing uit in the Lincoln Circuit Court which begins on the 31 Monday. Pl,r.AtK do not forget that your account wasdueJsn. 1st, and that we neel ihe money badly. llright.A Curran. It is hardly necessary to remark that "news is scarce" in thii section. Ojr read-era will find that out with...

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. — 7 March 1884

u i- Stanford, Ky., Marcli 7, 1884 A Lakeside Musing. "Cjaie hither, Berjl." StuyveMiU Ntitwoid spoke in kindly tones to hU daughter, and llie girl noticed, or imagined that she did, a slight tremor in hid voice, hut thinking it was due to the involuntary loosing of bis false teeth gave the matter no further attention. She crow-ed the room to where her father was sitting-in his great arm-chair beside the window, and as the sunlight from the Weslero sky streamed in upon him, falling like a golilin irl!M inn over thp s?rav hi"ul and seem jng to smooth away the wrinkles in the rugged, honest face, she felt how blessed in- deed she was to have so kind and loving a parent one whose only ambition was to make her life peaceful n4 happy, and see that care and sorrow were ever warded from her by watchful eyes and strong arms. Twenty years before, when Deryl's mother was dying, she had placed the little Inby girl, whose entrance into this world had been the cause of her death, in Nutwood's ar...

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 March 1884

. i. u ri k 9tm m Mi gfii nktw mtfturi. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STAFFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 11,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 23L $nlmor$ourna w. r. WALTON. tubH$hrtt Tit c ml nun ntuf JFrtiluti'i sa.oo XEll ANNUM When paid itrlctlr In adtince. It we bat to waltanr tltu, 82.00 will l charged. An Astassin's Horrible Death. On the 5th of January, IT.'), an Kln Lou I XV. waa t nterirtg hi carriage at Vetaallle, a niout jounif mm pin lad through the 81 OuariN ami atabbetl the King with a pocket knife The wound wan Might, hut all France wan oonvuUd. TheaMaain uai I'ierre I)imleni. a fanat Ic, without accitoplice, plain or rational ntotlre, In hi Kcket wait 'otinil n neatl ttoiinil New Teilauienl, anil lit uqoae n to promote the orthnnlox faith From the hour of hi aritat to the moment or hi death, a iMrlrd of two month ami darn, he wa in torture whererer he wa a ake, o crucllr waa he hound, chained and confined When at 1 ml the day of execution came, he wm i,ikn to tin torture chamber and a ibje...

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 March 1884

$nie riorloumal Stanford, Ky., March II, 1884 W. P. WALTON. It haa long been charged hy the newspapers atd could not be denied by the that in care of invasion or the lawlewnew growing out of disturbance staong foreign nations, we lie, so far as aural projection is concerned, literally at .the mercy of any and every plunderer. "While ,tlie navies of other nations have been increased ours has been permitted 'practically to disappear. While the artillery of other nations has been rendered mere powerful and more distructive, thus requiring and producing in their rebels iacreaeesl powers of resistance, our has not been improred and the few reels we possess nre insufficient to with ievd a, single broadside. And all this in faeof the fact that Congress has expended in the seventeen years from 1866 to 1883, JS85,000,000 or about $50,000,000 more than for the 70 years previous when the total especdltuies ere f33G.000.000 Tkaa our nayy has cost seven hundred and twenty-one millions and there ...

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 March 1884

m nttrior3ouriial Stanford, Ky P. Tate's Friday night from 7 to 10 o'clock. March 11, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. But Paint" of Penny A MoAliater. ' IiANDiirrriiD garden eel at Mcitolert A Bum'. Kick xtojk of birthday cards at Penny A McAIIhKtV. Jew. Haas Hoi: Cholera Cure. Penny A McAliater o! agent. Clour your account with Penny A by cah or note. Hkand new atock of e eery thine in Hie jewelry line at Penny A McAllater'a. Hoiiar, cattle, aheeji and jtullry powder for Kale ly Mcitabtrla A 8(kk Nr.wohadra of ready mixed lnt for apring trade at Mc Robert A HtagK. Watches, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Foil concha, colds, Ac., uao Compound flyrup While Pine. Put up In 26c and 60c bottle'. Trial aim 10c. Moltoberta A BUKB. PERSONAL Ml? Maohie N i:h.anii l vialting in Lanrater. John A. MlHoiieiits has goce to Pnrk'vllle to elay a month or two. Mil T M. Joiinhton, of ilnnon, wa here yesterday, returning, froui Providence Rit 0. L Si'HBLiiand family, of Wa co, Tex...

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 March 1884

v- Stanford, Ky., Mirclill, 1884 CITIZENSHIP IN HEAVEN. "Ourcltiz'nahip in Heaven." Phil, Hi:- i!0. KerUeil In the common version wc have "Our coavemlion in heaven." The oriKinal wonl U equivalent lo a community, a from polituo, to govern a city, lo ortler.one'i) life and conduct, converge, live, in a certain manner as to habita and principlei. (Ac's xxiiil; Phil i:l7) The change from conversation to U a decided improvement; for it fmsrcejts at once a life correpondinR to the utandineof a citiien. The idea of cltiVnahip in Ueavon, not on earth, i common ia the New Testament, because Christ has ascended to nis home, which is in heaven; and He and His brethren are united in one nature and common standing to God. It i this fact which mikes all the children of God one ureal brotherhood or commonveiith in Cnrit Hence we read: "Sj then ye are no more utrnti,;" an i slimmer, but ye re Mlow cltizMit with the saints, and of the house hold of GoJ, being built upw the foundation of the apjstle...

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. — 14 March 1884

V endrunK teller Hotti - lei Hi evirr ahow, lemiun lell too Uy a cliowV n The drunken feller fell in hunt uf ilu hore ami ciwr nlihin one ( Wing run over Tlie clown pbitwl him and threw, him fruiu the ring Hi artwd to yo biek when one of the oieek men Jumped up ami Mid. "N'.i, I II be Id unci ifuu jcu buk." The audience thought that it wra a psrl of the trick ami !....', u ..i ilie cretk man, thinking that hi ouure had receivtd the, approval ot the crowd, wax touch en-counts I 't!l anav," aid the old jiker in an undertone, "thin I a put of the idiow." "Ye, an' it'll l a miifhtr aorry part for you If you don't Ret outen here." "L-Mk ouO'aod the old joker tried to above the creek man aside. Thin wa mora than the oilier cuuntrrman could endure, and, springing up, he truck the erpetrator of octogenarian mirth and hi companion eized him and began to drK him oat The clown and ling mailer rushed ont and tried to reecuo their friend, but the men from orer I ho creek bad already atood too mu...

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. — 14 March 1884

Interior Journal Stanford, Ky March '14, 1884 w. P. WALTON. Mr. MonuisoN, on the inrtcftrie majority, ha reported the tarifl bill, with tbe recommendation that it be pissed "a a aaeuure of partial icllef to the people from Becewary taxea, aa a meaaure of J notice to consumers and conducive to the general ladaatrial prcaperilT." A minority report u alo made, objecting to the pas-age of Uie bill, because Congress at it last aosion saade a general reriflnn of the tariff and fartfcer legislation in tbat direction will tticUrb bufintM. The latter report la bj Ibo lepublicxna of the committee and it i tfeeir tame old cry to awaken the feolkgs of the buslneea men. The majority report ahowa that tbe "general refiaion" to to a very email matter, alj a difference of two per cent,, but the stem Ml will cut down rate on an average of 39 per cent, and on the baaia of lat year'a report, relieve the people of 531,060,000 of BMeeerMry taxeo. Doth report were or AmmA to be printed, but no day waa re...

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. — 14 March 1884

Stanford, Ky., M - Jntenofdoornal March 14, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES! : nor Paihts of Penny A McAllater Lahdiieth garden seed at McRobtrl &Stgg , Nick atojk of birthday card at Penny ' A HoAllster'. ' Jorf. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAllater nolo went. CuMieyour account with Penny A Me-Alister by caih or note. i t .. UkanI) new clock of every thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAllster'. IIotiMr, cattle, sheep and poultry powder for nale by Mcltobtrta A Blsgg. Nkw shades of ready railed painti for pring trade at Mcltoberta A StaggV. Watohbj, Clocka and Jeweirv repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Fob conabs, colds, Ac , um Compound He run While Pine. Put ut In Zro and 50c tMttW Trial site 10c. Mcltoberta A ?Ugg. PERSONAL Mn. am Mm. J. K. Mol'kt, of La-Grange, are visiting the famtlr t f John M. McltnWls, Jr. Mn. Zaciiehy IIi'oiiM.near church, ated 83 yearn, la slowly wasting away and will coon depart ti l life, She haa been a hard-working kind woman. Mk. J.C VuoRrxc.r...

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. — 14 March 1884

SL Stanford. Ky., M trek 14. 1884 METHODIST CEHTENMAL. How the M. Church, South, Proposes to Celebrate the Great Erent. This year, 1884, is n great and notable onu In the annul of American Methodism. It will witness the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Methodlat Episcopal Church on thia continent and is certain to rnve a year of unusual activity ml profound interest throughout the wide-extended borders of that powerful of christians. The grand historic facts relating to the beneCcent character aal wonderful nchievemenU of Christianity throuch the oresnind plans and doc trine! of Methodism during its pathway through this century of its existence in America, are truly phenomenal, as ao . knowleded by the world's leading mind-, and u one of the grandest problem., of the ages. With more communicants than any other relUiom body in America, it is a natter of interest to briefly review some of the facts of general Interest connected with the history of the Methodiil Chur...

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 March 1884

emi 'Vkt Hi Imfefia onfn w4k VOLUME -ex. -NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 18, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 233 irnxMli thlfi nlctiorournal W. P. WALTON. U.OO XJ31t ANNUM Wb.a paid strlollr Jo a.Tnce. II e ha to wait aur tln, 82. SO will txi rhirrt. DAN HLLt, BOYLE COUNTY. Mr. Flora, vife of I'lioinas Smith, waa adjudged a lunntlc Saturday and nrnt to the Axrluru at Lexington. Mr. Nick McDjwrll ha purchaenl of CI' Cecil thevlegtnl itulnubiin known a. ' Mound roiiilatlni; of a firm rraldence and itt ncrea of ground, for 310,000. Five nharMof CVntral National Bank Block, belonging to the eUalp olthrlatw Ch. V, McDowell, waa wM publicly on Monday for $I0I;S. V. Itnwland purchaser. Also 15 Miarrs I'rincrrt Nitioml Itank itock, J; C. Cnldwell, purchaser, at $1-15. In Imtli Initancft the purcliaxer gctrf thu dividend ilur Jul lit. (' ('.Fox itulified Monday a trutes of Gallic Knnis under the will ofN.umie Knnii, deed. The will of Mr I'hehe llerrjr wan admitted to rrcord on Hn xxrion c...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 March 1884

ft gnlmorlounral Staafbrd, Ky., March 18, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Ik Jk special to bit paper, Mr. Watterson writing of the tariff reduction bill, ray: "I rick nothing in predicting that tiio distant day there will be a democratic caucus. Thin caucus will indorse the Morrison Bill bv an overwhelming majority, and democrats who are prepared lo rebel may as well do it early as late. There will be a plank quite big enough for all rach to walk, and the way into the repub lican camp is about as short as that of the 4Baagrefor ii hard, In a word the poker is in the fire, and, if there be democrats who banker after it, they can take the hot end, and may get this sooner than tkef ianagtue." He believes that the bill will paes by a large majority notwithstanding tle opposition of Randall nnd other, and that the whole country will join in a ferrtat "Amen." Im this issue the formal announcement of Got. James B. McCreary as a candidate for CongrtM in this district is made. In this ection where the Go...

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 March 1884

I nttriar3ournal Stanford, Ky., March 18, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Boy Paihts of Penny A McAlliter. LNi)iurrii8 garden seed at Mcllolerta A Stagg'. LANDRrrits Girden Seed at Penny A McAlliter'. Jos. Haah Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlister ole agent. Close your account with Penny A Mc Allxtcr by cash or note Brand new atoclc of titty thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAlister'. HoiiHr, cattle, cheep and jujultry powder for aale ly McRoberta A Btagit. New shade of ready mixed paint for pring trade at McRoberl A StaggV. Watcher, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Foil oontbf, cold, Ac, use Compound Syrup While Pine. Put up in 25c and 0O0 bottle. Trial alts 10c. Mcltoberls A ?(KK. PERSONAL Mil. J.T. Wiliiitk, the popular drum tner, 1" here. Spears Pikhek it bick from a tlsitto friend in Kansaa. Dn. Cmftom Fowler i back from a Ttnit to friend in Howard Co., Mo. Mk. W. II. Hill 1 back from Grenola, Kan , to spend nine time with friend. Mime Maooik 111. ik and ...

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 March 1884

Stanford, Ey Mirohis. 1884 WiriTE'll UUSEZRTIQ UETTE. "By tho timolhatl dono breakfast, Qcn. Wnslungton -wrote, "and thencf till tlinnor, and afterward till bed-time, I could uot get rid-of tho ceremony o! oao visitor before I bad to attend to an-oilier. In a word, I had uo leisuro to xtsul or to answer tho dispatches that tar pouring in upon mo from all . Unfortunately, tho threo gentlemen who stood noarest tho Piosidont at thia limo woro all disposed to carry tho of tho President's house to an extreme that seemed to the pooplo to savor of royalty. Vico President Adams just home from tho British court thought tho President should bo defended against intruders by a system of chamberlains-masters and aides-de-camp. Col. Hamilton, who was an enthusiast lor monarchy, and Gen. Kiiov, a soldier lioth members of the President's Cabinet wero inclined to po as far in that direction as thoy could without shocking lutf people. The cousequenco was, that, while tho President was protected from ...

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. — 21 March 1884

Jleiti 'IBeekht tiiefio nmfmai VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 234 UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS -( Ji Of the newest styles and cuts. We guarantee a fit to tho slimmest, tho thickest, the shortest and longest. Come and pee and try. Also Hats, Shoes, &c in fact we can furnish a full outfit for the moat faittdiouj. My assort- men! of FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS JSTETW" & high noveltiesi Comprising nil of the Newest Ideas in Fabrics and Combination in Colors. French Cashmeres in all colors, Silks in all colors, Cut Cashmeres, White Goods in all the New Novelties, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Swiss Plaids, Qui Muslin, Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen, Nottingham, Lace Sets Pillow Shams, New Spring Shawls, XOTIOX8, IIANIMvKIU IIIKIS IN AI.I. NTYIJBS, LADIES IlUilBEIl CIKCULARS, KICK ItACK, PINS, BUTTONS, HOSIERY, SILK LILE MKX AXti TJIK1B CtlIU)llKX. Jtint at an ago when n man begins tc get hininolf well in hand, to grow brooder in his ...

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. — 21 March 1884

Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1884 W. P. WALTON. HE ALT Jr NOTES. ICIk and blood nro nearer aliko than taj other two fluids ; ft largo proportion at much, is wntcr. After milk, and vegetables aro tbo beat diot, Mid, in warm climates, frnit; then meats. Sugar and fat go into tho body, cat so much to nourish it as to bo a fuel lo giro it warmth. Meat contains much nikogenous matter, and, if wo eat too aach of it, tliero will bo, as I have already said, moro than tho kidnoys can throw off. It is ft question whether Blight's disease is not, to somo extent, atkibutablo to tbo undue quantity of meat that is eaten in this country. Tho blood should bo made of material suited lo tho occupation. Men working in tho woods can throw off anything. "Cleanliness has been classed as akin to godliness. It certainly tikes high rank in equalizing tho circulation. Tho jockeys appreciate its importance. How regularly and carefully they groom their horses I Is not man as precious as tho horso ? Every man shoul...

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. — 21 March 1884

t Semi 'W Ulw jttfertnf UNDERTAKER. Iealei in '3f mifiuri. VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 21,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 231 . . .. . - -. i - -. WALTON. fttbtnhct Til mil a w unit ViNiy, When pill strictly la i Ulrica. II n litro to iC1tnT lime. HX.HU will be charged. iun:iutTiTioss 01 TUJtlUSU irtjf;.v. Tho Turkish woman is n fanatical soiiHorvntivo. Tin world in which bIio liven is nnmoved by tho practical facU of tho nineieouth century which ruako Iiiu a Imnluu to hor huabnud. No Clu nniunn waH over moro impervious to ideiw of improvement. Hho in lloreoly intolonmt in lunttoni of roligioiw Ixjliuf. Tho toncliiiigH of tlio Koran havo reached her by word of mouth, and nUrtnnnded by u jwrfect Talmud of tradition, and thoto towehingn hIkiihj hor view of tho utiil world. In olailiotico to them, tOn commonly hatn foreigiioiH with pnwion. Ah tho punnM you on tho xtrivt alio will pray with audible fervor that your eyun may blind, or tliut Go.1 may currw jou. Hho is HUiH'...

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. — 21 March 1884

nimorournal Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Tiikhe is one feature in onr modern which is indicative of peril and this feature is the growing disrelish for agricultural punuits. The fertile earth, the changing seasons, the abounding and increasing need for subsidence drawn from the natural resources, all proclaim the fact, even in the Absence of higher authority, that man was designed to draw out nnd enjoy these exhauatlefs reservoirs. But -while the history of our race and even the earlier history of our own country illustrate the docility with which men naturnlly accept of nature's teachings, there is an increasing tendency to turn to ether puwui's. Farming is too slow, too humdrum, too insignificant in its results to meet the grasping requirements of nn enlightened people. Jdaking haste to get rich is the ambition and the bane of the present age. The result baa been in our country that the bone and sinew ar.d brain of our people have been diverted to other channels, un...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 March 1884

$ntmor$ournHl Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1884 ' LOCAL NOTICES. Buv Painth of Penny A McAlIster. Landhktiis garden reeds at McKoberls A 8f.KR. LANDiitrrus Garden Keed at Penny A McAlIster. Joe). ITaah Hor Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlIster vole ajcenta, Ct.oE your account with Penny A by ca.h or note. I! KAN I) new Mock of every thing in the jewelry line at Penny A McAliater'a. cillle, sheep and poultry powder for sale by McHoberta A Stagg. Ncwahadea of ready mixed palnti for aprinn trade at McltobertaA 8tai;j'e. Watchm, Clock and Jewelry re-paired and warranted by Penny A McAlIster. Foil rorhf, rolda, Ac, use Compound Syrup While Pine. Put up In 2Jc and 60c bottle. Trial site 10c. Mcllobert A Stage. PERSONAL Mns. M. I). Elmouk, who haa been vrr ill, ia Improving. Mies FilK Yraokk, of Providence, ia with her aunt, Mn I M Ilruce. Mil, V. .V.Faui.oI the Mt. Salem iicigliliOrliooi!, was supposed to be dying last night. Mn. A. Andeivon, our obliging Dan-Title correspondent, wa attending Court...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 March 1884

Stanford. Ky.', March 21, 1884 Provide a Whipping-Post The oljeot of law is the protcctiou of o cwty. The punishment of criminals In for the pnrpoe of restraining crime. The moat fflVctive way to restrain in the beat fjrxoeietj. "Spare the rod and poil the child" U a proverb ns true as it ! nncient. Tnoie hs crown up of late year a uientalism that nropofCJ to restrain crime rials of all er.tdes who have not the fear of the law before their eyes and who have little to fear in that line; with a police force that sav it is useless to bring criminals who are able to hire lawyers, before the police court; with open day and night, as if engaged in a lawful business; with the great mass of the people, except crtminil", feeling in life and property with all thee evidences of the qursiion to which we refer is certainly a practical one and the ferment that is observable in the public wind is not surprising; nor is itf tnnjje, however unise it may be, that conservative, law-abiding citizens se...

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