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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 30 January 1880

: ftlic inferior ouriiiil BTANFOED, ICY. Friday Morning, January 30. 1880. ifi r. ii'.a t.rox, - fUWnr New Yornc Mne coniiderol cMn tial to tlio election of Democratic President, nnil recent event luting honn that unlet the breach in tho party there ii healed, Tildcn can not carrv the State, it wciru only left that a man he nominated upon whom tho whule party can unite and whose name has ever been a signal of victo ry there. Wo reler of course to the Hon. Horatio Seymour, a roan whoso devotion to Democracy is unniiestion cd, and whose ahility and popularity is evcrv whero confessed. We have from Ih first been an earnest support' it of Mr. Tilden, and (till regard him as one oi the greatest and purest of theitatesmanof the present day, but he appears now as an Impotsibili- ty, and tho party bad better seek to harmonize the conflicting elements in its rank than to nominate a man against whom 80,000 alleged Demo crat in his own Slate stand immovably arraigned. We must elect and teal th...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 30 January 1880

2l a vipe .iiiilerior Journal. Friday Morning, January 30, I8S0, i.ix'M, MtTicr.s. Clflvrn tnl TlrmitliT Kml at Owsley A nig,in. PnoniTK nf crery Mrol wantnt liy Hat rl A Nunntllej'. If ywi wlal, aenrat rIih of Aleur llcer, ran hi j. t. itinera ai naioon. llARRit A Noxxn.i.rr Imrr Jnl rc rrlted nice new lot of Near Orlean Hugir ami Malae. Tlir sttllenienliif your arrwml l now nrnlnl I'leacei nil ami rrltle l once liy caali or imlr Mcltnlwrta A fllaig. Ijuljr Itnn anil lYerlesa Irish otaloni, ll.c largest ami Lt varletle known, ran l dail fur senl at Omlry anil Illjtflna'. A tarn ami fjtrmlKl line nf KaiMIr, l'low lltar ami Harness of all Units at Harris A Xiiniiellef'a. with nrlrra awir ilnwn. lint cement in II worl.l at Mcltnlierla A Hla 'a for rent Utile. Will meml China, ilaaa. marble, weal. bone, leather. Jel, roral, Jewelry, earthenwate, porcelain, to, AC. TAtttn' Under I'll Ointment ! Ida faaorilarcmcily for that Icnible disease, l'lles or Hcniorrholils. It la the farnrltr rem...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 30 January 1880

Tlie Jnlcrior Journal. TABTFOKD, ICY. Friday Morning, January 30, 1880. Ilmir Mnlrm tVtoir fii'a FVtaAfail. Few of tlio farmtrs of Iliii country arc nwaro nliat ft dtptli of gratitude they owe George Waihington for tho Introduction of mulrt into general us for fsrm purpose. Previous to 177!) lliere were very few, ni those of audi on inferior or- tier as to prejudice farmers against them as unlit to ootnpcto with lionet in'work upon tho fsrm or road, con seincnlly there were no jncka and no disposition to lucrcsto the stock; hut Washington liccnme convtnccil that the introduction of mules generally among Southern planters would prove to them a great Messing, as they are less liable to dltease, and longer lived, and work upon shorter feed, and are much less liable to bo Injured than hones, by careless servants. As soon ns it became known nbronl that the Illustrious Washington tlcsir cd to atock his Ml: Vernon estate with mutes, tho King of Spain sent him a jack and two jennets from th...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 6 February 1880

?he inferior Joimi;' The Interior Journal w. :e. -WA.r.Toisr, rl'ITMl AKnrMrmKTBB. 111 T. R WALTON, IIU'IMAI MANAIir.R. 'PIS 11 MM JBi, ItwoT 1100 I I Ml I CO i Ml s IM Id lisoj iw t I It ll ,Tlirrt 1 IIW son sso too soo SOV S ;w i lor. IM M nr. I US!' na T on 100 ISO ml 19 oo It roi M " no1 it IW III OuON, ftr OaaOapr.ilt maatBB.., .ltd) .IM ICbLl II oo ool ill M m m nai io oo Ilatlarwl Natirra. BBdrr a rranlar haft-Tlnf. IS rt ouiuon omen is coMrunr. prf llaa tor aarh Inarnloni aama la nlltarlal -l amnt,nmtiir llar OMtatrr Katkft, ISraMn llnna of Rrrpcrt. Ae S mta ptr llna. Tbaibora ratra. whlrb ara tha aam lhat tr rlira alwara rhatttnt. haro bam ailoptnl br all Iba parra In tnla part of lh atatr. In ?mj partkalari tnj aar Jaa riTta la a VOLUME VI I ..'-NUMBER 19. STANFORD, KY., KltlDAY, PBBllUAllY 6, 18S0. WHOLE NUiIBER H3. ithc inferior j.oftn.;.l. i BIHtWM'WKMI iw ivi mtit dmw Prlfaa laatlll tka Ilw. -p t.r.r tin itr.sT. Ha oWi vrM ahwilnn M tal I b waarf W Mm ml, liatnr.' I hf...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 6 February 1880

The inferior Journal. exasTFOieiD, icy. Friday Morning, February fi, 18S0. ir. v. lr.t.ro.v, r.lltr Last week, in commenting on the Danville Adroeale'i doubti in regard to tho propriety of re-establishing the whinninc-post, nn airktrard sentence nearly hid the idea wo intended to conTey, The true intent wn that a doubting Thomas or rather Marrs, who could doubt a necessity so patent ai the whipping-pott, wtu in a state of mind to doubt anything from tho di vinity of our Savior down. So much explanatory. This week tho Adtocalt. taking our paragraph for a text, em brace the occasion to give its reasons for its objections to the Hogging process and, singularly enough, uses the same argument against it as is always ad vanced tor the bill, that a majority of the offenders would rather bo whipped than to go to the jail or work-home. Now, if it will take the trouble to in vestigate the matter, it will Gnd that this assertion is ar from being the real stato of the cate. Not one iu ten of th...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 6 February 1880

5Tliq cjinlcrioi' jiounuil. STAUrOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, February 0, 18S0. i.or.tt. .oTivt.s. Clavrn ami Tlmttthv Hml it Owalvr A 1 1 tains'. PitmiUtE of cmy Vlml wantftl ky Hai ti" A Xnnrttllr-r. tf jchi Mi (Mot fla of Al m ltor, mil il J. V. Uultt't Alt Haloon. tUitnu It NBKxrtirr Uve teal rt rrtvnl ntp nr ll of New Olfllrt Himr ami Molasses. Titr. ssltlcnirnl uf jratir account I now nrnlnl. I'lfarv rati mil actll it once liv caali or nelr. Mrltolxrta A Ktg. A lares ami splrnJM line uf HaiMIra, I'lotr Qvar ami llsrnra of all klmta at Harris A Niinntllfj's, with tirirrn away clown. New Vera Katlr Itoa am lVrlts Irish i"(i era. UK Html ant txni varlMir known, ean I hxl for awd at ()aIT A UlMln-. Ileal rtxnrnt In tli worl.l at Mcltolwrl A Hint,'' t" '- ""' botllf. Will roe ml China, rIm, marble, l, Iranr, leather, Jet, coral, jewelry, earllienwaie, Ixirrvlaln, Ac, Ac. Gun tidings fir all aiiflrren villi Cuuali arl ColiU la the annotincementa tliat Couaarn'a Honey of Tar la a never ...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 6 February 1880

it he .viiittcrior journal. 8TAKPOED, KY. 1 Friday Morning, February 0, 1880. Trie t'rmrm f luenhnllnn. Tlicre nre many thing! the exit tence of which a majority of in live and die in Ignorance of. Only by clow observation tlo we acquaint ourselves Vfilh loinc Interesting facta. We know that a ben sola three week before bringing out her young ; a turkey sets four weeka. or about twenty-six ilnyt, the common duck nearly the fame length of time; while the robin brioga out her Hedging in about eleven daya. Tho young of tho litter bird li not fully formed when It cornea from the ahell. The eye, beak, anil feathcra grow afterward, and the body growa Into sha, requiring fully eleven daya more before the ynuug bird can help itself, and indeed for many day utter leaving tho nest it is fed nnd cared for by the parent. The "People"! Practical Poultry Book" says of incubation : "Tho hen has scarcely tel on her eggs twelve hnura Iwlore some lineameuti nf the head aud body of the chicken appear....

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 13 February 1880

uh inferior journal. "i S Mi"' te? if is :g ;: ,: r ' riw t - w ii jii MM. 4M a 7M a I- ; I. MrM, HOT am Mfd liitt l .. . IM i)lUI) kk an n m i'-' r The Interior URNAI ri'inm AMPiiiflrniRnm T. K. WA1TOW, J3., 1 mINHl IANA(im THUMH On tVj, sat jrt , OsOp,t!f wilU ! . . WwWPpa anavPr a ajuaaf bMHivi f "JMfJfWW rtwmtHl aap In atlt rial oim Jon omen: is com mm; lastrff rrtrwWt awJ it .? fauna Ii at I ittUH I fcs I n ( Mm. VOLUAl K V 1 1 1.-N UAI HBIl BO. STANFORD, KY., KM DAY, tfEBUUAUY 10, I8S0. WHOLE NlLMIiER 114. ArMNfVTHflp nn inw T hhh int rrwes is im ins itssea. it la IWi tir tft XMt. lir all Ih. vtThc inferior louriuil. Jo x I. .1 HVitstitt nr.tr h oi.ii.ott't Tsr, wMd Hfiihuts 1 iti ifHi vrtxHhte if H hrtvtr m w f rtfs T laks ( f, sd drprlt Mr Hmttf fniM rvMlH sM nswa, yt if hi prwH'f wfcl U lntte , Aixl, bf NH-b f !, rlHf Mm Na , fm Ta its wars UM I tt""tlttthM And Iwesl biH IlktWiilMK tht town. And 4tfr UpfwtUarentiwulww Thst t lfif fcsi t fartd Ts f P Tbttny psrefcaasr la k i...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 13 February 1880

friii? Alienor founiitl. 8TANPOED, ICY. Friday Morning, February 13. 1880, ft 1 IIM l.TOX, ... .V't'or r.niroHiM. tit hkksvom t:cr IN'ew Oiaruss, La., Feb. 9,80. When I left Stanford on Friday last the thermometer stood at 10. Twenty-three hour later I found It 40" at Montgomery, Ala., nnd saw It go m high as 65 by noon. The heavy snow that covered tlio earth in Ken tucky and Tennessee grew small by degrees, until It finally disappeared before the Alabama line was reached. Then, instead of the while hills and dales that had grown so monotonous, wo were whirled along over the Ten ncsteo line and Into as poor a country as ever a crow flew over. The land Is inclined to lie awampv, and is for the most part covered with jellow pines, which are rapidly being con verted into lumber by scores of saw mills situated along the Kailroad, to be hippo.?, some of it as far as Chi cago. The Kxr land continues sever al milea below Montgomery, but there the fine cotton plantations commence which supp...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 13 February 1880

lie Alienor onniiil. mrr fLiTypoxin, ky. FrW.iy Morning, February 13, I8SO. j l.nv.ll. XOTUIIS. ('li)VHt aixl Tlnmllir Swl nlOodrr A Mifflin. Jfrw Ciidp IjmhIitiIi' I lanlrn HnI fr mI liy Mel!lrrt A Hlnpi;, If yon dish con,! glass of Ale or llrtf, rail HI J. V. Itufrr' Ale Nation. A ltt ami rilrnillil Una of Hiil.ll., Mow (Iwr aiul Harness (if ullkln.U at Haiti A Nunhrllsj's, wllli rlrr aw iltiwn, Nw Yorit Karljr IluMaii.l I'mln Irish inmr, ill" urfMl iixl is( varitlir known, Mil l lii for sml it (larsls A niggiiM. tint rcin.iit In I lid wutl.l at MdUlwrt . HIjm'j fur Xi nta a Is.lt lc- Will lufii.l Cliina, xliss, luaililr, womI, Ixmh-, Imllier, Jft.mMl.J.aTtlrjf, raillirnwair, porttlain, An, &. Ta nun's) Under. I'll Ointment la ll.n fororllo itnifil fnr tint trnilil .Uata, Pile ir llrmorrlioMa. It l tlir fatorll. rminlr Lrran It miir fall to rui tht mt ulntlnale raw wli.n unit arennllnr Imllrrftlona. iKi not fall to arall oonrwl? fif Id rrlltf aflonltil by thla IntaliisM conino...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 13 February 1880

(ZT. yTIuv Utvtrtfmn ilmifii-il tJi.ilt M'lllUlUI nuiltllill. SXANPOKD, KY Friday Moralng, February 13, 138Q.Jllfrily rigll limit a ,.,, I)aoy noodjlliv., tvl.tspcretl " ' lettrceit hint ami the rieliet he coveted, i "Tell mc, ilarling, when will yon l.tHltK MIT II. Tno iiicd tUmline together ami watching tho tlender furm of I-elie Oray as the ttood lieneatlt the droop ing laburnum trees. ll.irleti Conway, with htnlark, At pqllo fcf br ileep hlue rjes and faultless form ami plain, earnett Jtmet Gray, who had loved Lctlio from childhood, and almost worihippcd her now, In her pure young maidenhood. Slio was a (lender, graceful girl, with thadowy, passionate eye, with lip scarlet flutfieJ at the red grra niutn, and n complexion of creamy fairne.'i; And Ilsrlon Conway, the ele gaht man of the norld, (tit hi pulses tlirill for the wUlrose beauty ff thll girl's face, as they hid never thrilled for woman before. Had Leslie li;cn the niece of Parm er Gray, Um ton pin tray might have made ti...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 20 February 1880

Ki interior Journal j j : ! j; The Interior Journal T. I On . f IMIIHII 1 TvoJ I 7 Iff, 1 II II I IK I ) a 7 a in IS j, SSI 11 MUMMIEM HANAIIMI. mm in tVr. 1W It'll i TJ1IIMM lint 1, ;Wf... i.i mm in nivrr.Mi waaia, , . Sri J JSi I -II M -Icol a m; ia o II TO ni moi rf floa for rath lnrtlim; time lf r.tltnrt'.i MntaaN. ot(rr, it?r a mribr .Will, i odujoii oKnor. is cit.'..tm: la ? mf iartlrilar an.1 or Jas raiirtia la a anawlMa! lh. lectin IhaBiatr. prlra la aalt lh llin. a. Hnntornliiirrllari OMInarf !, I VOLUME VIIT.-NUiUBER 51. STANFORD, KY., PIUDAY, FEMtUAllY 20, 1880. WHOLE NUMBER Ho. ttwa o( Reiperl. Ae., 1 reau rer lint. Tb. ahova ratn. whlrli ara lha mi Tbt iMta ratm, whkh are the tame that a hare aleara cbarrcl, bare been aiteritet be ail t be perera la ma pari ei me mate. ITIio Jnlcrior journal. ( "W. 3?. WALT05ST,i MitToRAiinriiorHirmii ' Itrntmrrnllfi Hlatr (Ynlrnl fmminlt' trr. flu nk wiit, rK 0. I MO. Al n met (In tf lli. Drtrnwrnllr Pule Onlral Coiumlilw, Ml llila itj...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 20 February 1880

frhe inferior Journal. BTAKT?OnD, TCY. Friday Morning, February 20, 1880. if. f. wai.tox, Ktltr John K. PoiNiiEXTF.tt, who killed n shoe clerk at Ilichmoml, Vn., lie cause, at she alleged, lie admiral liU (IV) sweetheart's foot and sriueer ed her arm when helping her into a car riage and who was sent to the Peni tentiary for two years for it, has at tait been put in that institution, but not until ha was taken to the home of the woman for whom he ruined him. elf and united to her in marriage. Tho partiality ahown this prisoner by the jailer, ami other is a disgrace to Virginia. He was not kept in a cell but given prirato apartments and al lowed the full privilege of the grounds of tho jail. A criminal, be he never o highly conoectcd, should be treated as a criminal, and the law should be no respecter of persons, for when it is the pretended punishment becomes a farce. A sentimental mem. ber of tho Legislature even weut so far at to offer a bill to exempt Poin- dexlerfrnm wearing the...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 20 February 1880

3. c frlif iiiilfrior Joiirnnl. tawjtoud, ic-sr. Friday Morning, February 20, 1880. tnr.it, MtTivr. ClOVliM ihJ TlrmUa Hrt.1 at Omter A If yn wWi a gta.l glaa of Ale w IWr, nil HI J. V. ItHftr Alt Halonn. A larjr ami tltni1M Una of Hailillt I'low Urar anil llarnma or all kln.Ii at Jlarrla A N'Hmllt, ltli lfr atrat noun. New Cnor I.nlre4li't (lanlrn 8rl il tip In rall package, ami jriinrantrttl to I) gtnnlnr, far mI by Miltsbtrta A lr. , New Yortt Karljr Ilmanl lWcta Irfali Ifitator, th largnt ami ltl Tarlellm known, ran l had for trnl al Owaltr A llllnt'. On to Marshall A I triplet' fer Spring ami Kummrr Hull. In rlieint, aljle ami qnaltl Hit rannet ln r smiled liy anfi uire uirni a can am to their ptlee. tint teitirnt In tin worl.l al Mcltobertt A Mat;,' for 3 centt Mile. Will mend Cfiln, jlat, matMe, wooil, Une, leather, Jet, coral, Jewelry, earllitnwair, porcelain, Ac, Ac, I.An tiding for all auOVrera wild Coiithi ami Oild la Ilia annouwemcriti that Uontten'i llnnejr of Tar la nc...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 20 February 1880

l 7l"ilr iillflMMilV (ilivnnt AjJIL -JWIUIIUi OHMU.UU, stawfoed, icy. Friday Morning, February 20. 1830. nrs maw. Di Devlin as my cousin young, pretty, and spoiledthe only child nnd heiress ol a rich mail who adored her. Kmily Graham was her maid, also young, and more than pretty refined, accoropliilitd, elegant and beautiful, In intellect, culture, grace and dignity, fsr superior to her mis tress. Hut Kmily was very poor. Her fathers ileath (he had been n clergyman, and died of consumption) had left her and her delicate mother destitute and friendless, and under the pressure of extreme necewity she ac- eepted the position of lady' maid to one who in (happier days had been her school-fellow, associate and equal. As for me, I had always been I'm ily's bosom friend, and never did tho seem so dear to me as in her (alien fortunes. Things come about so strangely. We two girls wept s bitterly the night before poor Kmily went to her new home; who could have guessed that the thorny road she...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 27 February 1880

V ahc dnlcrior oiu.i;il. IT he inferior ,ioi.rn..l. The Interior Journal W. 3?- "V7"X.T03Sr,' MirH tNpninnuimm ' 'V. M WA.1.TOW, JM..' Iil K Ulllllll, I r ii u m h tn. I nfr " J - ........ ... ,'' 'lnal-rr all IWMkt.M.M I (Mil Jim onion i.s coMi'i.ini: ,, aarllr.ilar, anil aa JM l'l a- ? I V llfHIKI an T i t Tlir-. i w lmr Ian II I 1" I- i II ; Ii I- -n i" l " Hf ',IHH 4 MM i fil " v. VW . 4ki on in IIMI Pi lim wni "i M 1 ! ft.ltJ.tMHJ MMkw, rtlHIsr 4 rt-v,, ft 'v, I r t nM,nrfitwr Itnr inn , m, Rr- ftnfH nf WwfPrl At- a, pr I,,.. Tbr iihnv fatML wMvti ft lb mnmi th.i . VOIiUAIH flll.--NlT,MUKItfiti STANFORD, KY., MM DAY. KKIJllUAltY 27, 1SS0. WHOUS NUMBER!,.;. hlnj 'hirpH- Ittwfi mIi4-I Ity ail ihi win at, -a ii. aaaa mwvaftn. Priest In tilt IIk In ISM ian mint lh ! 1 i tint rt:t tin1 h i.iirttut to ii h mint turn; 1 m rttltn , my lf IM, l-Wt.lv a MtNtlt Mjr , r Mr thai I . M Iti flr1l a! In Mf . I Toirn to flr yr Mr. Tk wto m fere Mer, An I Ml JM tfcM ftnt fcif HMk hf llto Tm aa S...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 27 February 1880

iThe inferior otourn.... STAWFOKb, KV. Friday Morning, February 27, 1S80, ti. i. n,ii.7.v, ritllnr Tun Natbnal Democratic Commit loo liai voted In favor of Cincinnati m the place, rtrnl the 2'Jt of Juno m the ilny for holding the Nation! Con vention to noniinnto candidates for President nnJ Vice-President. With her largo Mmlc Hall, Cincinnati is hotter nrcparttl lor tho Convention than any of tho citie tliat applied for tho distinction, and her hotel fa cilities arts unsurpassed. Then it li regarded at neutral ground, whore each afpirant will get hi full meaiuro of juttice, and the Committee hi acted wisely In selecting that city. Coupled with ill advantages add the Vmtritr-Jotirnal, which it always ready to nick In a word fir it man Tilden, comes the pleasant superstition that it was at Cincinnati that the Democrat ic party tnaile it last successful Pres idential ticket four and twenty years ago, when it nominated an old Iwiche lor, in tho person of Janie Uuchanan, a very able, a v...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 27 February 1880

$t ..iiiterrnr ,iii.imi;il. at' A W TOHD, KT. Fflilay Mnraliif?. Mrtnry 27, 1880. i.nv.n. Minir.N. Cmmtm l ThmKli tWil at o.aVt A VattHH awl Jttr r4fl wl wr rtntftl Uf CtWawjait A Ivainjr. If m wMi ! cKm tH Mtnr IWr, tnlUtJ. V. l!riSAI6ili. A Lima atttk of IrfntlrtlhV Oanfcfi Nr! at CkMlt IVmtf V All ft4i, M nld "). t'AiKra. While IkI, Oik, VmhWi, lMtoiruim,aiMim t ai rii nil A tVmiv'a. I'mri'winr. TpIM Hmi. lllr. X.II Ml Tmtlli IVw.li., ml )H aHrrl. of II Mtwta l CMmtll A Vtrmyt A Ur ml 4wwlW II rw of Hadll, l'li C(or mm) lltrntM of til kind l Harrla A NamtitlWy't, wild 44om ant' tliiwn, N'nw Cnor IjimtrtOi'i (fctftlm Hrnlt itit up In mwM rawkagna, nix I jriKtmHffvtl i lw (twain., fcar ml hr MrllotViia A Nrw Yk Kail Itsataml lVfilcaa IrMi lillr-, II lirrrot ami ifi rarlrlir known, fan I IdhI tor ami al Owalty A lllHln.'. (I tii Mrw4atl A llAf v'a ter Kptlng aiul Humiiitr Cull. In tli.irM, atvlr rxl tHalMr lht nnnol I firrllnl hjr anr III. iIimh until ami art their iirlfM. llrM rtwf...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 27 February 1880

ll,.!.,'.,. l.. .t ........... BTANOBD, ICY. Friday MoraiBg, February 27, 1880. style In Writing. Wo flip the following Irom n new stnryjtliat ill pniUl.ly cuptlvale sentimental girls: "She starts fur the ilW, slops "Illi her intnljpreeii to licr lirarl, pares wildly nrnuiiil, ami ilsslirs out blind ly ii to the night. A tall iiirm it standing at the foot t.f llie Heps; it Is Kay," It will lie if en at a glance that the itory la written Iy an amateur, ami is fraudulent on ila (ace. "She etnrt for the ilonr." Indeed! Has our lit trature (Irgrncralnl lntisn:li trash ns thi Dniilitteta hat the Insipient nritrr meant niu tin : "Hastily rt itigfniniu recumlxut pmlure, with every Imminent dennting the deepest npitattnu nml alarm, the mores linr riedly towards the macive oaken door," That i. the way. That is the way n heroine mifjlit In leave her feat -with wime tone, some style about hrr "She start fir the door, w all well enough fj,r n servant or a lHik afjeiit nhn hat lieenklclnl liy a ...

Publication Title: Interior Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The interior journal. — 5 March 1880

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