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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 12 February 1886

J Stowi 3nlmoronnml rubUnlicrt Ttteittau mirl Frtdnv -AT 3 I'iaUANNUM.OAHlI. t li understood If wo credit that fl.0 will I ex-et,led and demanded. W. P. WALTON. DEATH Of GENERAL HANCOCK. His Life and Public Somen. Maj. Gen. W. H. Hancock, Comtnsnder ol the Department of the Atlantic, died Tuesday afternoon from a malignant car buncle on tbe hack of hi neck ana general blood nolsonln.. cotrilicted with di abetes. Winllild Bcolt Hancock wan born in Montgomery count, Pa, February H lfl'l. Hti father served In the war of 1812, and afterwards became a lawyer of of diattnctlon. At the ie of 10, Hancock to Went Point and had for classmate Gens. Giant, McC.eUan, K.ynolde, Keno, Hurnalde, Franklin and V. F Smith. He graduated June 30, 1841, and In 1845 -10 served with hUIrrglment In the Indian Territory aa a Second Lieutenant of the Sixth Infantry. In 1817 he waa ordered to service In Mexloj, and was coniplcuoui for gallantry at the Natural Bridge, 8n Antonio," Contrerae, Ubrrubusco, Molino ...

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 1886

Stanford, Ky February 12, 1880 W. P. WALTON. A sensational passsge at arms between Speaker Offatt and Mr. Owens, of Scott, aided and abetted br Mn 8raldirnr, of Union, furnUhed tbo legislators and the newspapers a toplo (or discussion Monday and Tuesday, A bill to amend a G? Caarler was under discussion and Mr. Off ens to prevent a vote resorted to somo resolute filibustering. He refused to Speaker and defied the Sergeant-at-Arms when that meek official timidly went for. ward to obey the instructions to remove him from the fhor of the House. The Speaker finally weakened and ordered the clerk to proceed with the call of ayes and nays, the action Mr. Owens was contend ing for. It looks a little ngly that the two defeated candidates for the speakership should thus contend against their successful opponent and their action has been the subject of much adverse criticism. The incident developed the fact that Jacob is not the man for Sergeant at-Arms. He should have presented the terrifyin...

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 1886

Stanford, Ky -February 12, 1880 E. O. WALTON, - Bualneas. Manager, I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mrlt tln galnj Korlh.............. - IMMd Ho3th..M.. ...U15r, m. (l " KOfhltltMWHIIMMHimM 2 Oft A, H. fh.iOT Is calculated oa standard tlmt. Bolar d ! About 23 minutes tastse. LOCAL NOTICES. But your school bocAi from Penny A MoAUiter. Watohm and Jewelry repsJred on short otic and wkrmntcd by Penny A Btrv tb.e H4M Ho Itemed r, the nd only jenulne, from Penny AooMrLrrr. tock of jrwelry, Ulwt style, Kockford watches a specially. Pen. ny A MoAltrter. PERSONAL, Mr. A J Mo., to live. J. T, help It BunK has none to Newtonia, Ciuki went to Lebinon Wednesday. Mijw Alma. Hays has gone to vlilt her brother, Mr. Hugh Hays, at Lwicaiter. Mitw Km.a Smiley has Rone to end a week with her home people In Danville, Mr K. Jones and Mrs. A.J.Hayden, of Lincoln, were here last Signal. J. Boyle Stone, who etarted to his home at Liberty, was unable to get through yesterday owing the Hood in Green river. Mr. J. T. A...

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 1886

-J- t v lournal TEE SAMS AND SATAN. WORK OF MESSRS. JONES AND SMALL IN CINCINNATI. Multlteules Flock to Ufr Them, and Tliouanuile Turned Away Unnblo to Get Standing Itonm Semione from tho Heart Ttiat are Struck from the Shoulder. ESSf j0'9i SAM P. J0.M3. Cimcixn'ati, Feb. 8. ttev. Sam Jcnes is a phenomenally attractive man to and when tho thermometer wns ambitiously striving to reach zero and outdo Its efforts during tbo last blizzard, five thousand of tbetn left their couifortablo hearthstones and, muflll up, went to Music Hall iu tbo teeth of tho biting blast that blow from the frigid north. Rev. Sam Jones proachod on a of bis forcible, chsracteriitic and earnest sermons, as follons: "BnETnnEX L?t us go prayerfully Into this service We will taka fur our text tbo expression of David, perhaps tho strangest we tind in all the psalms: 'I thought upon my way, and made haste and delayod not to keep ley commandments.' " 'I thought upon my way.1 Oh, how much time we bavn spent in this wor...

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. — 16 February 1886

t i k emi - Ueett tttefw Vol. xiv. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1886. NO. 99. $nimor$ournal Ptibllalietl TxtetdaUH and Friday -it JO PBUAlNNUMi OASU. t li understood M wa ciodlt that J J.50 w III bg ex. peeled and diumndpt W. P. WALTON. Oirlt. Olrls are of few days and full of and whosoever It deceived tbertbj U a not wise. When the fair rotinj; jilrl cheweth her gum with (greater hula and slanipeth her pretty foot do thou look out. She conieth forth in the eveninx in low neck and abort sleeves, but In the uioriilnn I the llcth in bed while her mother hustletb, When the sleigh belli tlnklotb she at the window and vesrneth for a beau, and when be cometh she fillelh up his puree. He wrappeth the bufhlo robe about her and huujeth her much and stay- ethout beyond hit time, and the livery tnn addeth four rooJ dollars to hit bill. In the eTeninK he hleth himself away to her father's mansion, lie Koelh in and eltleth by the fir, and ero the leaTeth he popelh the qufiilcn and she ju...

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. — 16 February 1886

' Stanford, Ky., .February 1C, 1886 W. P. WALTON. "TuEffjge ot Uiica," as Hon. Horatio Seymour was known, Is the next of the old atatcjmtn to pies away. Ilia death occnred at the residence of Mrs. Rwcoe Conkling, his ulster, Friday night, of a general glring away of the system, consequent to hia age, for he had exceeded the al lotted three score and ten by six yeara. He entered nublic life in 1833 and alnco his been a most conspicuous figure, filling many positions of houor and trust, including three term) as Governor of the great State of New York. The last of these wai dur log the war and during the time he commissioned over 13,000 officers in tho volunteer eeryics. Although not a candidate and contrary to wishes he waa unanimously nominated for President on the 22i ballot by the National Democratic Convention, which met in New York in 1S08 and over which ho presided as chairman. At the election which followed he and his running mate, Gen. Blair, received 2,703.600 votes against 3...

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. — 16 February 1886

J Stanford, Ky . 10, 1880 I E. O. WALTONt - Business Manager. L.'i'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr.ll train golDi North.......... - IMr.H 4 tfcmih -11 15 r. m Eipm strain" BoiUh. ..... 1 M AiM it t' " Moh., 2 09 a.M Ths jots U calculated oq standard Unit, Hoist no Is about M minutes faster, LOCALHOTICES. Buy yanr school booki from Penny A McAUster. WatChim snd Jewelrj repwrcd on short notice and warmtitcd by Penny A BUY the 1Im Hof Kemedy, tho nod only genuine, from Penny AooMPtnrr. Mock of Jewelry, latest rtyle. Kockford watches a specially. A McAllister. PERSONAL Mn J. T BnowN, of London, was here by Rattirrlav. Mn. W. I. McCamy, of Kings at Mountain, was her6unday. Mu. S. L Powkiw and Miss llattle Powers hare coco to Cincinnati. -Col. W. 0. Wklcji and MsJ. Theodore er, Kind went to Fraukfort yesterday. Muses Mattik and alue Denny, of OarrarJ, are tliltlng MU Lena Lk- '7 Mrs Lek F. Huffman has been quite III of Intermittent feTtr, but la im- protlnR. he Mn. Jons H BntaiiT, of Dlmjiulcfc. t...

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. — 16 February 1886

V cMnittcrior journal SECRETS OF THE BAKERY.! WHAT BECOMES OF THE CREAD AND PASTRY! t rnrtou Uees to Which Old Stuck I Ap pliedMethods Adopted by Itettauratcurs Ulaki tho llaker Musi Atianic Floating Trade. TVbat becomes of tho old bread and pastry. that must accumulate In every fa a question oftoner raised than answered.! Tbo Idea prevalent that tho "left-over" stock is soaked and used in the learen for another) day's batch is not only erroneous, but derided by every baker who Las a touch of caustic in his make-up. In tho largest bakeries, whero tho city hotels, lunch-counters, private boarding-houses, and restaurants got their supplies, an exclusive order is catered to, and tho tions are so closo that a lap of a loaf rarely occurs. In a firm where 1,000 or 1,400 dozen loaves and 100 pans of five dozen rolls each aro turned out dally somo very nico figuring has to be done in order to make what the knoaders call a clean sweep. With tho retail bakers tho caw is different. Every Ann h...

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 1886

t) .Anwimy MB: Wi Bemt 0 Kin Tt I titetiot Jamf n VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., PEIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1886. NO. 100. I'ubltahccl litciitaua ami Frlilnv -AT a ii3ii aWnxm. oahix. understood If weerodlt that f J.50 will U ex. peeled and'deniandcd. W. P. WALTON. Commlttte Meeting Catted. The Democratic County Committee la requested to meet at the office of the Jouimxr., on March 1. Uounlr Court Jay, to consider matters of itnporimce. A full nttendancB in desired. J.E Lynn, Cba'm. The following officer are hereby appointed to hold the primary election to nominate candidates for judicial and county office, in their various precinct, March Clh,J880. J E Lynn, Chn'in Djmociatic Citint? Committee. Highland A J Henry, Alex. Haslir, judge, D, A. Buiuh, clerk; WayneebnrR -B F. Warner, II. F. Floyd, ji4ges, E B Caldwell, Jr., clerk; Tunnel City C. Brown, V. L. McCaxty, jud'goi, Jo Peony baker, clerk HualoavlHe F. M Yotvell, JanwM. Caok.JuJjtes, 0. B. Held, o'crk; TuratriTllld Jamta Green, Jr , Jamts ...

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 1886

I I Stanford, Ky., February 10, 1886 W. P. WALTON. Rhby Boyd, the baaBtlr creature whose digrcful course droTe his young bride to suicide, now endeavors to shield himself from the indignation against him by that she waa untrue to him. The dirty hound, already deserving death, merits it now in the most torturing manner. It is enoueh to have blotted out a bright young life by hia perGditjj it is hellish to blast her memory to excuse his own disgraceful conduct. And this is the creaturo who was endorsed by Congressmen and others for the Chlllian Mission, when they knew he had beon indicted for a penitentiary offense. Mr. Turner deserves well of the democratic party and of the country for tn lt rwrn and preventing so mortifying a result as bis appointment would havo been. The Illness of Mr. Henry Watterson has been of a most alarming nature, and he has hovered between life and death for several days, buA with careful nursing it now seems that his valuable life will be epared to the Stat...

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. — 19 February 1886

fl' Stanford, Ky -February 10, 1880 E. O. WALTON, Uuslnoaa Manager. L.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North .......... -. 1 M r. u. Bouth - .4)S r.N. Bouth............ 1 W Kipritrln" .h....... -M. " " I(Ollllt.HMMMMMM..MWM i W J M. TbsiwOT la calculated oa standard time, mt Is a tout 20 'minutes CuUr, 0MI NOTICES. New wood force pumpi at W. II. gins. Call and eeo them. Bolar Bar your school book' from Penny A MoAllater. WATCitra and Jewelry repaired on nhort notice nnd warranted by Penny A McAlle er. , , , Boy the Haa 1 1 or Remedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AMoAl later. , , A coMrLBTR itock of Jewelry, Intent tyle. Rockford watchea n specialty. Penny A Mc A lister. PERSONAL. Miw C. A Cox arrlred on a Tisit to relatlrcs yesterday. Misses. Lauha and Maoo; Jonm aie ueit of Mrs. W. G. Kaney. Mrt. J. C. Fmiirncc, train dispatcher, has laid us under obliRntlona for farora. Mil. K H. W'xAneN hae grown much worse and his death U expected at any time. Misjca Ankie Holmkb and Ll...

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. — 19 February 1886

y ST? A SONG OF THE FOUR SEASONS. Wben Spring comes laughing by valo und bill, By wind-flower walking and daffodil, Sing stars of morniup, sing morning skies, Bing blue of speedwell, and my Love's eyes. Vflicn comes tbo Summer, full-leaved and strong, And gay birds gossip tho orchard long, Sing hid, sweet honey that no Leo sips; Bing red, red roses, and my Love's lips. When Autumn scatters tho leaves again, And piled sheaves bury tbo broad-wheeled wain, Sing flutes of harvest whero men rejoice; Stag rounds of reapers, and my Lovo's oica But when comes Winter with hail and storm, Aad red Are roaring and Ingle warm, Sing first sad going of friends that part; Then sing glad meeting, and my Lovo's heart. Austin Dobson. WHAT YORK STATE HAS DONE. Tke Amount of Human Wisdom and Now York Ilm ritrnlshcd. WTillo 1 was In Albany I walked about thinking of tho amount of wisdom and observation which had proceeded out of this state, and to tho whole country is indebted. For instance, tho geology ...

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. — 23 February 1886

tfc Sons have been cut shorter nod shorter at the top, and wound more closely around her a the acaeon haa crown, until oho might as welt wear nothing at all. On theoccusion referred to she appeared in a ellk which Glted her ho perfectly that one who loakrd at her from acroaa the room could not dUtlnguUh whero the fabric ended aud the lleab began. Tbcro wa not a rufile or a wrinkle from her corsage to her train, and not the slightest ornament, except a bunch of rose at her waist ol the atme lint aa her neck and drea. The corsaee wa laced at the buck, wbat there waa of it, but from her chin to her waiat It wa one unbroken line, and as be faced you the looked exactly like a nnde statue of a pink mermaid. Her aklrta were as tight as her corge, and every outline waa aa dUtinct aa u rid raped nature itaelf. Of course she made a sensation, and I suppose that waa what she ' wanted. Bhe couldn't have caused more talk if she had appeared in tight. Latter. A Good Story. Dr. M D Uoge, of Kichtn...

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. — 23 February 1886

I' i midnight. jincTHW mr nrmni JgtmVMttilslirftriiirlonnal Stanford, Ky., Febrnafy 23, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Oan eeteewud bat eomawhat obtueu contemporary, the Somerset Reporter, fllnga this asilj answered conundrum at our head: "Bro. Walton, why did yon mention the reported awertlon of Mr. Waddle and condemn it, if you are not taking a aide in this race?" We mentionod it becaueo we had it upon good authority that he used the language and we condemned it because it is thoroughly undemocratic. Mr. Waddle has denied that he was quoted correctly and the Intemoii Jouiinal has published his statftmnt, together with an endorsement of Mr. WaddU'd character for veracity. If Mr. Warren had used suoh language we would have condemned it just the ...mo Thni'j Ho kind of a iournslist we are, brother Rucker. We are for making both candidate too the mark, but do not contidar it the duly of a democratio paper to take sides when both candidates are good men and good democrats The average lejhlator i p...

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. — 23 February 1886

w Stanford, Ky., February 23, 1880 . G. O. WALTON, - BuolnoBS Manager. I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mtll train going North. . 1 M r. M, II M t Bguth. tee ms , ii IB r. m. Bxprnitraln" Houtb... 1 S2 A. M. " Herb... 2 09 A. M, The jot U calculated on standard Urn, Solit at ti about M minute fuUr, LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your school booln from Penny A AlnAlIster. Watchct anil Jewelry repaired on imort notice, iinil warranted br Penny A r. ... Buy the llaia Hor Ketnwlr, the and only genuine, from Penny A ittock of jowolry, latwt style, ltockford watcho specialty. Penny A McAliiiter. PF WW HAL Miw. II C. IIiiiuht li Tallinn relatUeit In Danillle this week. Miss Mxuntn Newlahd Ik visiting relative at Crab Orchard. J. W. NrjiniTT and Jack Adam, Jr., of Mt. Vernon, were here yesterday. EvKiiYiwiY is cld to seo "O'd Fatty" Nunnelley bank 'Man! don" If thiT aint. Must's Annik Locun, of Knazville, and Jeon Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, aro risking friend here and added much to the Interest of the Hlnk 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. — 23 February 1886

asm JJgy Interior loarnal UEAEXKG TO BE AHTISTS. A FEW RANDOM SKETCHES TAKEN IN THE ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE. Jomi.thlliB Alinut Models and the Queer Expressions Hint Jtecome Second Nnturo to Their ruces Tlio Charm of a Studio Man lluslness. It Isnt everybody that can jota the Art Student league. You hare to know and n, good dool of art subject betas the privilege of working undor thoso is given you. Tho league is an offshoot from tho old Academy of Design. Somo of the younger and tho more advanced artists of the academy broke away from their old sbool and founded this new league. If yow want to study under good tutelage, so as to mako tho most of your talent, you join the league. That is, if tho league will Uavo you. Tho examination onco poised you ore put thrqagh a regular course of fctudy, rising rery six mouths to higher things. And all the whilo, if you really caro for your work, you are having a good time and can wear tn apron as coquettish as tho ono in the picture abort. Not onl...

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. — 26 February 1886

j t Intcriorlournal rubllahed TttrdauH a nil FrMau -AT IJSll ANNUS9 , OA8H. understood If wo credit that f 1.40 will be and demsnded. W. P. WALTON. A Contrast, A tit. Lout paper drawn tills picture of tiro deaths Qeo. Hancock and one of his soldiers: Around the bedside of thn d;Io Doner nl are gathered lovlnu friends and turn wis in the science of medicine The waven boat in soUwo tninotone against tho rock ribbed iiland. The new hu gone out ovsr tint water that General Hancock I dring. The electrlo spark Is unlocked and the sad tidings are Hashed over the land. The bus nation is shocked Into an hoot's silent suspense. No ray of hope silvers a cloud in the sky of the hero worshipers. General Hancock it dying. At last the etlll G jure that It being walch od br loving and scientific eyea I tctn to more. "Oh, flutlertd feebly from the lipi that oft lute xlten the etern command that ranj; out above the din of battle, and then another of the foremost figures of a Rmtotllict passes silentl...

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. — 26 February 1886

f Stanford, Ky., -February 20, 1886 w. P. WALTON. It took the Legislature 60 ihys to do and undo the penitentiary muddle. Senator IlarrU' bill to pay South $2 700 nrd take him out of office 10 days after the pas- utnfth law. the management of the - - -- -I " prison hereafter to bo with the commissioners of the SinklnR Fund entirely, who will have the right to appoint and remove the warden, needs only the Governor's to make it binding, the House having paused it Wednesday 64 to 35 To reward a favorite and to snub a set of men their superiors in every respect, a majority of the legislators without thiuking of the great in terest to the State involved, made a terrible mess of a matter that was progressing as well as any one could wish, considering the circumstances involved. They re instate a notoriously incompetent person and then to eet rid of him appropriated $2,700 for ser vices he never rendered. Will the people sanction this unnecessary outlay of money? Truly the aeees have the c...

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. — 26 February 1886

, f Stanford, Kyn -February 20, 1886 see E. O. WALTON. - Uuolnoea Managor. l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going Horth ...... .- - 85 r.M. " South ........... .11 IB r. m. Eipreslrtln" Booth...... . 1 " Aim. II II KOlb...MMMM.HMM.IMMM - V3 A. M. Tb jot U calculated on standard tlms. Bolat tat U about 20 minutes tuUr, LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your tchool books from Penny A MoAUiter. WATOitea and Jewelry, repaired on short notice and warranted by'Penny A Buy the Haaa Hor Kemedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AMcAN liter. ... , A ftock of jewelry, Intent style. Ilooltford watche n opecially. Pen. ny A McAllirter, PERSONAL. Mil. Sam Hahdin returned to Kanaaa Tue'day. -Mit. Isaac Hamilton U down with eeTcre attack of rheumatism. Mas. M. J. VLi.i was the gueat of Mr. J. 11 VnArdAlyMterday. Mn and Miis. OEonas McALinen returned front their bridal lour yeelerday. Mils MrasicK, ol I. waa tip to ee her daughter, Mra. J. II. Hocker, Wed nesday. Mira Lauiia Layuon, of Mlllcraburc a niece of Colo...

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. — 26 February 1886

$nimor Iiuinml ! ICELAND'S HOSPITALITY. A PRIMITIVE MANNER OF GOING TO BED THAT SHOCKS A TRAVELER. A Smoklly ntul Dimly Ugliteil by Seal Oil Carbnnlo Acid 0 ly the Cubic Yard Scarcity of Furniture Mutton and Turnips. All members of nn Iceland family sleep Lit on9 room, and this, indeed, often serves all purposes save that of kitchen. Very narrow, mid from six to twenty feet long, according to tho size of tho family, with a row of low bunks on cither side, leaving a spaco three or four feet vrirto down tho centro, those rooms are lighted by ono small window at tho cud, ventilated by tho door or tho trap through which they are entered from below and warmed by tho heat of rtio bodies collected in them. Tho steeply pitched roof, constructed of rafters and overlapping boards and covered on tbo outsido willi a thick layer of growing turf, rests on low walls, and makes it impossiblo to stand upright, except under tho ridgo. Tho priests' houses and a fow others havo guest chambers, with som...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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