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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 17 April 1885

f Stanford, Ky., The "Pearl Shin' April 17, 1885 1,4 N. LOCAL TIME C4RD. I train going North. - ...II 45 r. at. " " " oouin .. .....i on r.u. Kirresstraln" Mouth ...-. .. 115a,u. ' Norn m 2Wa.m. Theahore Is calculated on lUndard time, ttolar lmel atrtUt 'iO minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your school books from Penny A McAlister. Landrctii's Garden Ssed, fresh and genuine at 1'enny A McAlIster's. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by Penny & Mc A littler. A complete slock of jewelry, latest style. Kockford watches n specialty. McAlister. Foil couiths, colds, he, use Comn. Syrup oi White Pine, In 25 and 50c bottles, Prepared by McKoberti A Stags;, FAitMniw, Kkad Ting. Go to Dr. M. L. Bourne's druir store and tret one Dsckauo of Earn A. Clark's Hog Remedy. If you are not satisfied after usini: it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL Mu. II. C. Bniour went to Louisville Wednesday. Mn. L. M. Lasley returned from Winchester yesterday. Mn. W. W. Joxre, a pro...

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. — 17 April 1885

Y Stmr?3Icekliinffnoroumal THE KIEL REBELLION. GRAPHIC SKETCH OF THE OF THE REVOLT. LEADER JIisUry of tlio Enrly Uprising nnd tti Trcuciit Troubles In tlio Saskutcliii. wan Country from a Writer In tlio Northwest. (Spccl.il CorresponJcnco.l St. Paul, Minn., Atrll 11. Louis Rial, tlii tailor of the prpeiit revolt which Is giving tl Canadian authorities so much trouble ia native of Manitoba, having bosn borr Uwro 41 yean ago, under thu old Hulot; Bay regime. Ho is of French onccjtry, bul his soino Indian blood in bis veltu. H k well educated, bold and insinuating la ii a manners, ana just tbo man tc Iwd tbo half-breeds. Whoa tbo Hudjoc Jlay company sold tho greater part of their lands - to tho Canadian government in 1800, Kiel commanded tho imurrectlon against the now authorities, ami held Fort Garry, near Winnipeg, for 12 months. He established a provisional government, wized U the property at tbo fort, and ha and lis associates In tho movement pos wssod of hundreds of thousands of d...

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 April 1885

h rjg f 4. t Semi llfT 111 55? ittefia onfti u VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1885. NO. 15. puhttahed Tuemtava and Friday Ha. Of) lEIl ANNUM Wbtapald itrlcllr In xlrioct, II wa hare to van snr Urn. 3.80 will t chanted. W. P. WALTON. CURIOUS AUTOGRAPHS. HOW MANY NOTED CHARACTERS SIGN THEIR NAMES. An Intentely IntrrtltiK Collection ol Signature for tlw Muilctit or til. Itrtntlont llrtwrrn riiphy mid Clmrurtcr. The following tnteroitlns bundle of auto frrniib 1 fnHii tlio rullectluu or Mr. Kdvvart W. Bole, of Ilruiklyn. , cL,?L JAT GOl'LD. Tbo signature of Jay Gould J little ant bllndaad crooked - !f i iii. jj . . . W.J. This I the roost valuable autograph la thi lot. It U worUi 1160,000,000. W. it. writes a band like a school girl. LACJIA B&IDOMAX. Laura D. Brjdjrman, blind, deaf jand dumb, has a jnaniarkablo signature. f?a mites i jwcullax upright tirintlnc; hand, not inelegant in r J0I1X TAYUJH A letter with the lithographed bend, (nil Cauivu of Jeu of ter Day HunK ...

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 April 1885

Steaford, Ky., April 21, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Oun sprightly contemporary, the Itquircr, very aptly enyt: Our civilized contemporaries are pouring out their wrath on that standard "relic of barbarian," the our esteemed contemporaries who are possibly not all civil-.bed, are pushing forward arguments and legislative candidates in favor of it. Fighting the devil with fire has alwajB been found the most effective way to make an cedent enemy of mankind change his plans aad habits. The last may be a relic of barbarism but so is crime. Such extreme fastidiousness on the subject of punishment is the curse of Kentucky. Wo are too too tender-hearted, altogether too beaevolent to want to punish a poor wretch who hat committed crime. A little more justice in our social composition would .sake us less lenient to criminals, and less pt to find difficulties in the way of punish ins them. -Kentucky honored hereelf Friday by iasging another of her hundreds, of murderers who deserve the gibbet. Nearly ...

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 April 1885

ntmoronrnaI Stanford, Ky April 21, 1885 l, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North h!2 43 r. M. South l r r.M. Cipro strain" Houtu .. .... 1 15 A.M. ii ii Norh 2 SO a. m. The above It calculated on standard time, Solar tmel about 20 mlntilM fastor LOCAL NOTICES. 1 Buy your school books from Penny A MoAltster. LANtmmi'H Garden 8ed, fresh and gen nine at Penny A McAltster's. Watches Bnd Jewelry repaired on short notlco and warranted by Penny A A coMrt.CTB stock of jewelry, latent rtyle. Kockford watches n specialty. Penny A MoAlister. Foil eoughs, colds, Ac, use Comn. Syrup Of White Pine, in 25 and 60c bottles. Prepared by Mcltoberti A Stagg. Farmers, Kead Tina. (Jo to Dr. il. L. Bourne's drug store and get one package of Bam A. Clark'a Hog Remedy. If you are not satisfied after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. T. F. 8riNK has returned. .James Severance U v!Iting in Danville. Miss Pauunz Grimes is yititing MIi Lena Lackey. Mrs. W, G. Dunn, of Harrodsburg, rrent Sund...

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 April 1885

7 WOMAN AND HOME. FAMILY LIFE OF ENGLISH M.DDLE AND UPPER CLASSES. UouiclioUU 'Where Law nnd Onlor ltelgn 'Supremo notations of Parents unci Children Training of Hoys and Girls Tlio Mother. '.Robert Laird Collier. Iaw rolgin in tho typical English household. Ami llioro law U enforced with military uniformity. Tho family Is an In. stitution in fact as troll as in name. Parents, children, servant, guests, are nil undor law. And the family is a. law-abiding community. The coming in and tho going out, tho up-rising nnd tho down-sitting are regulated by law. In tho houses of the woalthy and noblo not Infrequently tho statutes are printed nnd iu conspicuous places so that the casual guest may govern himself accordingly. Perhaps In all tho bed-roc is as noil as iu the great ball there will bo framed cords hung up on which aro printed the hours for prayers and the dally meals. EVERYBODY ON TIMF. This reign of law begeU a strict nnd valuable economy In overy direction First of nil It saves t...

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. — 24 April 1885

f tfi VOL. XIV. i'ubtlMhrtl Tticmfau tttnl Frtituvn When paid strictly In adTarwn. It e hue to ut ot ttuiH. ttu.no will t' ctiamil. V. P. WALTON. IN ME.tORIAM. A trlK tribute to ll nsemwy ol Mis i Mia Daerc, b&fu Jaruirr I. IS)?. lll April 19th, IMS, "Usf by '' "' " '"" At 6: IS r. ., ob that maiwsrabla SaUiath day, the axl l iltMth klaaaJ ttw rold HfM of n; Utar frleaxl tCllaartd tha cIimb! bar hjm In ful tUtp IWcf. l'.r h.r the gabbath arkt tht WaKlrmla. t UseM It ah-) Mark.J the oI1dc ThectMtHK. aw was a iota and Imiwaalre en. Oropfl arouwl Ihfirjueh wfe the faithful and ilrld toolbar, tba lorlng ntb.r, too.l tlttrt. ami brother anl ; laailh.tlo file ml, all of whom weplj ill astbajratir tbaprwcloua lift 1 wa m daar slowly .biting away. It wat a hwljr idac. With alHiMt bar lat brtalta ib wblaire I tha words "I am dying." trwoawly h pass,! away. The kW.h chord of lib waa tunJond, aa4 a world u( .rraw awl death charmed w K,or-fled slat ol betas. Truly It can b mIJ ol bar that I...

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. — 24 April 1885

Interiorloanral atMlbrd, By., April 24 1885 W. P. -WALTON. Ik an article advocating the railroads, the JltalEntateAdrertiKr, publUhed by Dlehtnan & Tineley, takes the grounds that that the legislature should "enact laws by which the State could the bonds of come Rood company that will build a rood to the vast wealth of Eastern Kentucky. Should the State be authorial to guarantee for instance the bonds of the Kentucky Union railroad tbece bonds would readily tell at par and all obstacle in the way of completing that road at an early day would be removed and the Stnte would reap a rich harvest in the nature of taxes from the increased value of the lands in the counties through which this road runs. In other words the lanih lying in the counties of Letcher, Perry, &c , now worth and valued at from two to five -dollar per acre, would at once be worth and valued ten times higher. This is a matter our Legislature should seriously consider Tey cetd take no rieks, for by proper and ...

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. — 24 April 1885

4 f 4. i s f V n ntcrioronrnal Stanford, Ky April 24, 1885 H I. AN. LOCAL TIME CWD. Mall trsln going North . .12 4 r. u. " rJoiltll. ...,1 so r, m. Kxpretttralu" Mouth. .. 1 IS A.M. Norn.., f ( .. t m i.u. The above ! calculated en standard time. Solar tract about 2J minutes fasior iOC4i NOTICES. IJt'Y your o!ool book from Penny A McAIUlcr. LANDitma'a Garden Seed, ireeh anil at Penny A MoAIUtcr'j. Watch i and Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted by Penny A A complete Mock of wlry, Urna style. 1 lock ford tvatchw a eiiecitilty. Pan. ny ft MeAllsier. Foil cousin, cold, Atj., urn Cam p. Syrup of While Pin?, In 25 and 50c bottle, Pre pared by Mcllobetti A SUr. Faiimkim, Head This (io to Dr M. L. Uourno'ii druc More and Ret one paokaue of ham A. Clarke Ho Itemely. If y0n are not Mthflcd after mini: it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Mit. John ilr,.u.v took a tour by train to iluntonvJIlo thin week. Mu. Hklen HrrniAN, ol Huston- Title, In yJjitlnR friend here. Ml I)OLME W...

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. — 24 April 1885

k 9 GEANT'S ATTENDANTS. THE MEN WHO WATCHED SUFFERING COMMANDER. Portrait or Those Whoso Opinions llnfjoily Looked for llnch liny Hurlns tins 1'nst Two Month. ""uivi mui, m DR. SIIRADT. Ut us lie thankful tint after all the central wcaiwd this frightful oimiatiou. He liasatiU his tongue and soft polato. ajil long inay he kep thrai, in spit of m ins. mero are aspects of tln cas which susj,it that thero is sucli a thins m scientific. Alwut the middle of April there were those w ho b jgan to tuspsct th're ware facta developing iu the cae that had not bjeu fully told. There was even more of an air of mystery about Grant's attendants than leforc. It was that the general had sail a week lie-fore: "I Iwsin to Mleve I have a chaac " J after al.'." Then eanu the newa thu next dav that lie tod surprUU h.s.famlly by Joining thetTl -it luaoheoii. it wu whlapsn,! that tut Konoial lial had auy can -or at all, b it wily a painful an 1 danjemtn a xj in hi-throat. Tiiat, iu short, tin doctors haI Iw...

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. — 28 April 1885

4 f I . f 1 I'Ubltflu'lt VllVHlllWH (IMlf FrltttlilH HU.OO L1BII ANNUM Wnen raid strictly In adratiro. II wo bate to vitt an? tliup. 83.(10 will im charged. Imtefwf 4lftltTlft2ll VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1885. NO. 16. W. P. WALTON. Tho war in hai not jet been miMiled. the l'urchsce Hayil es a lengthy etatetnent, Inekod Itr affidavit?, that place Mr. Ilnl Turner in a rather awkward ponitlrn. Anions other, Mi Anuie Jamlcaon awear that Ilnl Tiiucr oatne to her with a marriage liceuM pur parting to b iitiml from the Ballard conn ty court, nnd the raarrMRe ofrriimny wa anld 1) a man natn! Klwy, vkhom the supposed to La a uiinUtfr Hhi htk iIc HtwI with Turner for four month, her If to b hit legal wife; that lie then left hrr, and wrule back to hl uitntr that he vm umriw! to another woman and had KOne to X Orlraa. Tho marriage licence vra k forgery nd lite alleged mlnlnlwr an impo'tor. Mr. IM 'rSe Jatnieon and V K Jnisitain, the citlV parent', join in the abovo tiunlior....

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. — 28 April 1885

! ' C I Btuford Ky April 28, 1885 W. P. WALTON. Editor F. M. Gheen writeB to his paper the Richroaod Iicgitttr, from New Orlan, of the way the drawing of the Louisiana lattery are operated and add: "The lottery i entiiely itra!(:ht and nolody here ever questions iln fairxur, but the odd sgairtt a ticket Lolder aie fearful. There are one hundred (hour and tickets put into the largo wheel and tho lottery company retain all that are untold. Tbero are lew thin two thousand prlzifi only eight or ten of which amount to anything Tho rtceipts for tho tcbenic and tLe profits are enormous. It is run by a stock company the president of which i required every year to pay to Cily Charity Hospital forty thonsard dollar. Up ret inctnio i 000 yearly; Jcloe Milson J. DiJUiAM ia daily proving the ucod tenee of President in making him First Comptroller of TreaBury. Several of his decisions have already teen received with praise by the people and his eflort to 'reduce his office force to the esict requ...

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. — 28 April 1885

V 4' i t f $ntcrior$ournai Stanford, Ky., April 23, 1885 l.AN. LOCAL TIME C4RD. Mill train jolng North 12 45 r. u. houm i 61 p, ir. Eipresstratn" Houtli. ................... .... IIS a.m. ' Norb fl.. 2ja.m. The above 1 calculated on standard time. Solar Ime 1 about 20 minutes fastor LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv your rohool iwoka froui Pnny A McAllMer. LANKitfnn'rf Qtrdcn Seed, fresh nmlgtif uine nt I'onny & McAllaterV. Watciirh nml Jewelry repaired on ahort notice nnd warranted by Tunny A A Ptock of jwIr.y, Uttwt style. Jlockfonl wtche n fpvoialty. A McAliMcr. Foil cough, col!, Ac, um Coup, Hrup of White Pine, in i!5 and 60c battle, Prepared by Mcltobertt A HtatfK. " Farmers, IIbab Tjiis. Oo lo Dr. M. L. Ilourno'n drug more and got out imcImcb of Sam A. Clark' Hoc Keinwly. If you are notaatirfiml after tiainu it your money will be refunded. PfRS0NAL It W. Oako, of Txa, ia with his Col. W. O. Welob. Mi Fannie McDcmx..), of Uojle, was the Kot of Mr. S. Tarter Stag,?. Mim Jknnie Morton, of ...

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. — 28 April 1885

i V tlJUMLM 'ItVI HI IMWMMWW J MM I W PANAMA'S liEBELI,IO t'OW PEDRO PnESTAN FIRED COLON WITH KEROSENE. .A Tench Cttlrrn Only I.llieno ot llltn In Xxtatcnco III Career n Drwrrllipil by a Corroapondcnt AVlio Knou Him. Tlio Omul. Special Correepondenep i . Colon, April 14. The American navy iliorent Colon, a? wo call it at at you call it in the states. A great event that in Uuiloil State hlitory. No .American aoliltor hove bn sent to n for-' tiffti country before sine 184H. To be sure jour nnvy does not make inu?h of a show in ilia iiniioaing harbor of Colon One itroke of the HritMi Hon' inw would wipe it out. One uunll wigsloof hU tail would sink it. Still we nre glad to soo it, what there i of it. IVe renwinlier the treaty of IMS between the Unlteal States nnd New Granada. "What was then New Grenada is now a part of the United States of Colombia, but that treaty U still in lore. It won ntado with a view to the eonttruction by citizens of your United State of the railroad ncroaa the ...

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 May 1885

f f Semi VOL. XIV. ""T i"i gr CROWDS OF GREAT M Vitf rl flip STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1885. fllM1rttfi EXTRAORDlNiRT ! OHi ill UlXSX 11 N, WOMEN AND CHILDh Throng our Store dully, all AuxloiiH.to Secure some of the EVERY DEPART wpsHI NO. 17.. s W'c now counnenco our second y6nrliiiliic.s4 In Munfbril. The past bns been a year oi unprecedented Success, our Sulen linvlng run Far Ilejoiul our Expectations, notwithstanding Hitmy prcdictcd for iih utter failure; wild a Mlrlclly viimIi bimiiieHH could not be carried ou In Stanford Huccessfully. But we Intend to greatly disappoint all such. Our Business Increase. To one unacquainted with our rt 1 1 businots it may seem 6lraugo thnt Goods for Spring and Summer From 25 to 50 per cent. Lower Wear, than Elsewhere. tluro has bwu auythiug in the seniou just past or iu that oi the prosont to , warrant the enlargement of our fucilitios with the expectation of any groat , The greater part of theni at Some of our competitors cry "Auction and sh...

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 May 1885

Ky., W. P. WALTON. May 1, 1885 Anent Mr. Blain's Card. Oph columns are always open to an hoc et nan who dealrea to bo heard upon n qncation of public interest, however nap tow or puerile hia views may be. We -therefore publish Mr. Blaine'acnrd "to the Totn o! Lincoln county" in to-day' issue, rod our only regret about the matter is to .find eo clever a gentleman, occupying such a wrong beaded and illiberal position a question of general concern. :Doe Mr. Main, or any intelligent per- eon, for that matter, really believe that the only or tbo chief benefit to this county to be derived from the buildirg of the ChcBapeako and NBhville road a great trunk line from the south weat to New "York, Philadelphia, Washington and the Virginia portaon the Atlantic which would double our wealth and population in five Tears ia the mere tax to be derived from a county levy on ita road-bed? If he does, -or if it wero true, then his cheese paring argument as to the possible expense to the conntv of $7,...

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 May 1885

I I t - Jnteriorjimrnitl Stanford, Ky., See wool. May 1, 1885 l. it. LOCAL TIME CARD. Kail train going North- - II 49 r.M. oouin i n r. k, Kxpmstraln" Bouth.... .... 1 IS a.m. " Norn ... 3 SO A. x. The a bore It calculated on iUd JrJ time. Holir line I about 20 ml nutos faster LOCAL NOTICES. Bcy your school books from Penny & McAllMcr. Pomsiune, for clearjlnj: silver, lln, glass anthlnc in T. K. Walton'. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on abort notice and warranted br Penny A A co.Mri.rm stock of jewelry, latent style. Itockford watches n specialty, Pen ny A McMIeter. Fort coualu, cold, Ac, use Comp. Syrup of White Pine, in 25 nnd 50c bottle?, Prepared by McUobert A Faumers, Head This. Go to Dr. M. L. Itourno'e drug store and get one package of Sain A. Clark'e Hot; Itemed jr. If you are not AatisGed after using it your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Miss Annie MoKinney U stayini at Capl. W. F. McKlnneyV. Mis Linns Caiwon in visiting her titter, Mis Cynthia Carbon. Mils J. S. IIC...

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 May 1885

y- fMhUxliett 'ItiCNtlau tnl Friftuva Hii.OO PElt ANNUM IFhcn paid itrlctlr in advance. It we hare to watt any time. O'J.BO will be charged. W. P. WALTON. TO THE POTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. PerceiviDg, as I d", that the rote-colored leprepentallca' beinc undo by the advocates of the railroad aid measure which U to bo voled on next month, are calcu'a ei to deceive and induce men to support it under a fatae belief that the proponed aid, if granted, so far from being a burthen upon the county will prove an actual and an immensely profitable invest-anent to the people, I take the liberty of eabmitting to you some suggestions and f gurea on that subject. The first suce,etion I have to make is, that the question is not whether we will jrant the aid and secure the road or refue the aid and lose the road. It u almost self evident that the mere sum of $25,000 .would not suffice to induce the locating of the road through this county. No such promise as that has ever been made by those represent...

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 May 1885

Jletttt i0 w ' wr H il fill rTKn&r K flWMft iflfcTf mtfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885. NO. 18. futillnhcil TuvmtavH ami Frtitnv tCj.OO lJSIl ANNUM vTsn rstd strictly la advance. If we have to van any time. 8a.no will b charged. W. P. WALTON. Special Notict V"c ofler i reuiirkablts op'nrtunltY to all our reailtri and to new tutuoribeiH to obtain a splendid cook rnEi! No one want to try the oiptrlnienl of IItIhr without raiinr. When wa do tat we WMit our fjoil nicely cooked and with wholesome farlety. Ojr "Rude wives" wilt rejoice in this chance to obtain, free, a Cook Ibok that Is fast netting u National repittstinri; (or in many ate thf hook comet aa this very nne ueiHleil, nd copt nuke a liot of friend' for itself. Tlie great chirm of it it in the fact that the book in absolutely praotieal, economical and sensible. The receipea are time-tried and tested and hare been most c refulijr (-elected from over 20 000 nf the my bet boueekreper' of knowledge. And in addi...

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 May 1885

twuwwfflnHwaanwM'M"' rmbltihcit TucMlnv and Friday ta.OO t33n ANNUM sVhsnpsM strictly In ndrance. H o hare to Trait ut time. 83.00 111 bo chargil. W. P. WALTON. I MIXED BLOOD. "GATH" philosophizes on the AMERICAN MIXED RACFS. triio Cnimiltnn Tlio Simutsti 31Ioml In Mexico and Central of Mountain an I or I'lnln Our future. Cincinnati Enquirer. Tbo Spanish blootl in tlie countries to tho south of us shows all tiie changes tbo English bloxl will strange coalitions. Tuo Euglbh blood bos mlxoU with but two 'tiler races; the Aruerioatis have greatly Mixed with tbo negroes, iiud tbo British bnvo somouhnt mlxoJ with tbo Ilia doos or tbo general inbnbltinti of India. You seo tbo tarns results in tlieso two mix-tares; tbo American negro will tnfco a bond in any futuro wars of this country, and tbo British Hindoo is showing an omhnrrasslng raal just now to do all tbo fighting for the British. The American? bnvo n? vor mixed much with tbo Indian squaws; the half-breeds of Indian blood in our co...

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