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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 January 1882

4 . mfeffi mifiiai VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 6. semi - H Ml If k i. i ' Stnu-Mctkluliilrriorlotirnal W. P. WALTON, . T. R. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor. Business Manager. Suiisciuition, 552.50 I'uu Annum, Invakiahly in Advance A Rial Romance. Many years ago tlicro suddenly ap pearod in Morchesd City, N. C, a prepossessing youug woman calling herself Mary Hurt. 8ho obtained work and soon became a fnvorilo with her acquaintances. Fifteen years af ter, when all tho circumstances con cerning her first appearance had been forgotten, sho received an offer of marriago from ono of the well-to-do residents of the place. tiho refuted, however, and immedi ately after her wholo manner changed. tiho became moody and seemed fond ufsolitudu. tiho finally purchased a plot of land in tho mountains, built a log cabin and lived tlicro ulone. Tho only hook alio had was tho Ulblo, which slio knew almost hy heart This story of her life was publishe...

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. — 6 January 1882

' 5fini-(!lfdili)J!nitrior3foiirnn( STANFOED, KTT- Friday Morning, January 0, 1882 r i I W.WALTON. . . . . EDITOR II Slas'CtAnA Louisn Kkuxkhj, tlie pritnatJonnn, is nn advocato oi social equality.' Knrouto South, Tuesday, sho got oil nl Milan, whero the train stopped 20 minutes for dinner, and proceeded to the hotel with her maid, who is a negro woman, and both took seats at tho tabic. Tiio landlord hnd not gotten so far along as to liko this caper, nod ho ordered tho maid to another table. Tho prima donna, who is said to possess a terrible tem per, as well as a superior voice, display ed the former to n disgusting degree, and told tho landlord, if tho woman was not allowed to remain at her ta ble, her entire company would leave tho house. This effective argument quieted the qualms of tho 1. 1. and the , woman was allowed to remain where shewas. Miss Kollogg, who, by the way, is shortly to marry a weazen faced, red headed Philadelphia!!, and who is no doubt trying to get herself so...

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. — 6 January 1882

3 1 !' It V" nni-Udi(a InftriorSfonriiiil kNFORD, icy Friday Morning, January 0, 1882 L, A N. TIME CARD. I'jttstTtvr Train ti.lWitltl .1M)r.w. fMsencer Train to HltliinM l.lt'gtton I.WI r. M. Z0M NOTICES, Phfmi UAiiof I.tmo ami Cement at A. Owaley' Nnv ami full alock of Clooka Hi Penny .V MoAIUterV IIamii.tom Srr.f.t. 1'i.onra alway on liaml it A. Owaley'. IIio Stock of Champion llrl Wire on liaml it A. Owsley'. PERSONAL. Huinn W. K. OAitaox I on. a bus!- new trip to I,oiiiaville. Mn. JoriK II. Mll.l.r.u attended the Kagle-Olilliam wedding. Mim Maiiy Hiiowj hat returned from a delightful rlaltto Lebanon. Mn. J. I). Ciiandi.kii, of (lie l'lne Hill Coil Com piny, waa here Tuesday. Mls 1'ANTiirA McKlNsr.r Im gone lo flail her staler, Mn. Win. Iloyston, it Ilyallteille. Mum Ki.ua Writ, of-Garrard, who hit lieen vinftinfc MIm Mule ltenlcy, tin returned home. Mim Ki.I.cn I'niTll returned with MIm Itettie MclloUrl from Ilrodlicad, ind ii now her gueat, 0. A. 1'evtok ind wife, of the Tef lo...

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. — 6 January 1882

f rff. BKEJJXT'&OTXZii 3CY. Friday Morning, January C, 1882 An SU'Mah's Curtain-Ltcturt to the Young y laoy Known as "Sit." Come hero, 8i, and ait down be- sido mo, anil let mo givo you a little talking to. That is right. Bit clear at the' other end of the nofn, It makes mdro'rdord for my gout and corns, be- ii(fcVheinga good habit for n young lady to bo addicted to. Alway pan der to this habit, and you will in time find yourtelf walking through green mcadowa and beside tho still waters cYseff-rrapecl. You may bo walking alone, to bo sure, but will havo fewer lawn dresses to do up on Monday morning. I wish to speak to you of your mother. It may bo you have rWwcJaTcarttWoru-look upon her ffr)ately. Of course it has not been btwiglit there by .any act of yours, still it is your duty to chaso it away. I don't mean for you to run at and shake wur skirts mid tell it to "shoo," a yoarw.ouIu a hen, nor do 1 expect you to get on tho other side of tho fence and throw old oyster cans and ...

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. — 10 January 1882

iilenof ImtfnaL ' 'J VQLyiVyiJ X.-NUMBEIl 510. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. JANUARY 10, 1882: NEW SERIES-NUMBER 7. Semi - H il riiu-ltchlnSnttrior3lourn;il W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor anj Proprietor. - - Business Manager. Suiisckiition, S2.50 Pim Annum, I.NVAKIAIU.Y K AnVANCK. Detectives at Weddings. In tlio Hast detectives nro employed to attend big weddings. It il their Imsincss to hover nround tho collec tion of costly presents and, sco that tiono of tho high-toned guests steal nuytb5ngr, It U only,nt weddings at tended by the very highest toned that detectives nro necessary, which is rnthor n compliment to. peoplo who don't protend to any particular tono themselves. Theso detectives havo to lw men of intelligence and good address, and thoy aro required to attiro themselves in swallow-tails of the regular pattoro, s6 that thoy may ( pass for guests nnd excito no remark while exercising tho necessary vigi lance. Yet if they aroyouug ntcn' and converse intelligently, thoy must! for...

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. — 10 January 1882

S(mi-S3ttthlflInltnor3ornal S'TA.lsrFORlD, 2CY. Tuesday Morning, January ID, 1882 w. p.' whtoi, editor YEfiTKnDAV was Mt npart by the Legislature, to consider a whipping post bill, but judging from tho man ncr it was treated when brought up beforo the body last Friday, there is not much show for its passage Tho averago member is too much of n demagoguo to vote for so important a measure, even though ho bo thor oughly convinced that it is almost imperatively demanded. Ho is afraid of offending that portion of his con utiliionfa who wniilil in nil nrnlmliilitv get- the benefit of the bill and he therefore, to keep in with that class, and tothoodwink those who favor the bill, prates about a return to bar barism and a retrogression instead of an improvement in tho matter of pun ishment.. Now we believe that there have been many things handed down from the barbaric ago that can not bo improved on, and whipping for petit larceny and other minor crimes is one of them. The man, bo ho whito ...

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. — 10 January 1882

I 3 L.i Scmi-Sdtfthljjjfnlfriorjoiirnnl Tuesday Morning, January 10, 1882 LOCAL NOTICES. Cart of Lime mil tVmenl t A. nntit 0rj' Nkw itxl full slock of Clock Hi IVnnr A MeAllMerV Hamilton Btf.m, I'lowb always on hand it A.OwnlfjV Itid Ktopk of Champion llarh Wire on hand it A, Owsley's. llur UuliTllle IIm.MIrIiI Oil, ITS lest, from IVnny AMcAIIster. Watohr, Clock inil Jcwelrr repaired and warranted hj Vtnnj A McAllster. A t INK line of Toilet Soap, Perfumery, llilr, Nail, Tuotli ami Clothe Jlrtiehen, Tfrj cheap, at Pennr A MrAIUterV. PERSONAL MiMJoxiKWiTiir.nl haa rttnrntd to her school In Ioii1tIIU. Mim LtdiaIIkaiiV hat returned from Wsit to frlemli In Mercer. Ml. Kate Manok, of Lancaster, It a gueit of Mtsi llettle Logsn. Mim. F. J. White, of Lancailer, ! tlilllnit her daughter, Mr. K. T. Yc-un. Mim Minxik KuxisTot., of Crab Orchard, la rialting her brother, Mr. I). II. IMinlston. i Mitn. MAdoir. HAUKDrn., the beautiful Crab Orchard widow, la a RUtst of Mm. I). O. Alford. Miss 8ue...

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. — 10 January 1882

i Tuesday Morning, January 10, 1882 rcri l rermortifM editor's life. r I-nnntri editor: and one bitter cold Viiorning, a few days lefore Christ mas, In thoycar 18, I- sat as tistinl at my, .desk. Among t!it heap of mantiicnptrfl wa? daily .cpmpolIfMi to cxammc-Jranny of thohi dfcatdlory u'nTiSy nnu unstitched, defiant of spelling, subverelvo df grammar, ond with neither beginning, middle nor lendr-widbhe written .An tho softest cream-laid French whito paper, in a childish lady's Tfand, on lirtos which bad been carefully erased afterward. It was a little story of no great liter ary merit, but there was an aroma of TOHth''Bi ofjswectncss In fcvery line. tincror was a dtobiiso in it. it likl? 'tho'light fn the sk'y before the sun had risen on a fino day an omen, a portent ot sunshino aud warmth, but noinwrov 1-i.piit it down as if I fiafl toDoned hb petal bi a rose. There was a tiny scented note beside it of courso full of italic: -jStUEET, DuBLiXrDec. 187 ) Deah'Mr.. JJdctob: I send y...

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. — 13 January 1882

end tteeklQ Infttfio iwftwL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 8. j5tnuMtfhl3$nttrior3ourn;tI W. P. WALTON, - . - Editor and Proprietor. T. R, WALTON, - . . . Business Manager. n i ' ' SUIISCKIITION, J52.50 l'lSR ANNUM, INVAIUAIU.Y IN AOVANCH. The Way It Ought hr to Now. Previous to tlio Adoption of n icnl leutlary system in Kentucky, the death penalty wm consequent upon al most every criminal ofienso. As ft matter of history and of general in ternal at this time, wo giro liclown Hat of punishments in forco for crimes committed in this State previ ous to 1700. J. Treaaon Death j lunging, without benefit of clergy. 2. Hlatea con.pltlng to rebel or murder any free eraoii. Death. 3. Kree erjii arivi'Inj; or coninlrlng with n "lato in rebellion or murder. Death -I. Stealing or railing a free eron for a late. Death. r, StculInQ a la?e. Death. 0. Murder of the firt degree. Death. 7. KobbinR or ecceory before the fact. Death. 1. llurglary. Deat...

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. — 13 January 1882

' ri Sfini-S(!lwhlii3nttrior3oiirn!i ao?A.3ri,oiax3, icy. Friday Morning, January ltf, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR TimTiirin CoratnUsion 1)111 wns up fofdtfcusifonintho Bcnnto Tuesday, when both Bayanl and Beck ipoko. TlieWmer believes OinUuch a com mission, taken from among tho civil ians would tend to removo the ques tion of tariff from tho arena of sec tional and partisan feeling, which of itself would boa very satufactory end. lie ii- opposed to a tarift solely for revenue, but is as much against a high protcctivo tariff. Beck, on tho other hand, warmly opposed tho com mission, and was amazed at tho sur render by any Democrat to a Repub lican rrcaldenVby protecting monop olists aganst tho obligations and pow ers of thfl representatives of tho peo plcf. Ho said that a tariff frr rovenue only, did not mean free trado by any means, for his party favored tho rais ing of much tho largest portion of tho necessary revenuo Irom custom dues. He showed in his masterly way, how tho high prot...

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. — 13 January 1882

Kfo , 5tnu-S(JlrfIilji3nltrior3fonrn;il TA NFOED, K V Friday Morning, January 13, 1882 LOCAL NOTICES. Hnunt Can of Mme anil Cement t A. Owsley's Nrw tnd full slock of Clock at Penny A MeAIIaterV Hamilton Bxr.iu Plow) always on hsr.d at A.Owsley's. Iliu Stock of Clumplori llsrb Wire on lianil at A. Owsley's. Cuoicr, Fresh anil Fine Candles, at .Mcl-oberle A HlsggV Ilur Louisville Hesd-llght Oil, 176 ImI, from IV n 117 AMcAllster, Imported Ciruiia for Scents, and Lett In the cllr- at McUoberls .V Stsgg's, Watciiix, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted bjr Penny A McAlisl er. l)o not forget that we art ready to re ceive the amount of your account for 1881. Mclloberts A Htsgg. Our stock of Drugs, 1'alnU, Oilt and Varnishes, l complete In ever; respect. Mclloberts A 8tsgg. A riNr. Una of Toilet Sosps, Perfumery, Hair, Nail, Tooth and Clothe llrushea, very cheap, at Penny A McAlialer's. PERSONAL Dr. 8. P. Craio went to Louisville Tuesdsy. Mr. F. A. Johei, of Kindlon, la here on a tIs...

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. — 13 January 1882

t fymM. criilff nf triorlonriral Friday Morning, January 13, 1882 A WntkSom RBction Rtganling it b f 0, Btntmem uentiemun. Everybody liaa seen and a great many people havo laughed nt the bun dlo of rags and corruption forming tho distorted figure of a man which daily makA ill appcaranco oh Canal street, andliii found at times in Exchange alley or In front of the postofllco. It h a queer but by no means an attrnctivo thing this bundlo, made up of remnants of clothing too bad even for (he avcrago tramp, and some bristling hairs with an outcropping in many places of bloated and blister ed flesh. Tho bundlo has somo machinery within-it, which when set going by tjjaRcigbfor lubrication of whisky, which tfmoro or loss frequently fur nwh(xii)y people "whoso sympathies aro aroused by an occasional augges tion of what tho package once was; wheiiUhis machinery, is set going by whisky it produces a sound not unlike a human voice, which comes forth in disjointed words and meaningless sen tences...

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. — 17 January 1882

iiito efin ittfuni w VOLUME X.-NUMBERC10. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1882." NEW SERIES-NUMBER 9. setnt'lB Jut F niii-M(d!ln$nlcrior$oimi;i! W. P. WALTON, -r. ft. WALTON, Editor and Proprittor. Buiintn Managtr. SunscuiiTioN, 52.50 I'mt Annum, Invauiahi.v in Advanck. About Yict-Prttidtntt. Previous lo tho ncccMion of Gen eral Arthur to tho Presidency, tlireo Vice-Presidents had renshed thnt olllco in conscqiicnco ot tho death oi tho President. In tho irovious cam ligni, the second placo on the ticket hnd been accorded them to conciliate tho minority iu tho nominating con vention. Neither of theso Vice Presidents enjoyed confidential rela tions with the President, and when suddenly called tu ho his successor, it was felt that Micro would bo something more than n mere nominal chaugo in tho Administration. It was neverthe less bcliovcd thai tho cardinal policy of tho party would bo maintained. General Harrison survived his in auguration only a. month It was supposed that Mr. Tyl...

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. — 17 January 1882

$J&? .' mj XA'fJ, l"i jii. i 5fnu-lftl'l3lfrioroiirnnl STANFORD, ICY. Taosday Morning, January 17, 1882 W. . WALTON, EDITOR Tiik Lincoln delegation to tho Con vention returned considerably crcst . fallen find sore over the defeat of their fcanflldato for Appcllnto Clerk. Wo enquired of ono of tho least excitn bio of them how it happened that the favorite was beaten by tho field. "By tho most slinmelul kind of com' ina tions," he replied, "and paradoxical as it-may appear, Col. Hill's nomina ting speech, which Was, without doubt, tho finest cfiort I ever heard him make, had much to do with the defeat of Col. Wolford." "You sec," ho continued, "when ho mado it, the whoto Convention was taken by storm BndfWolford's stock went away above m,1 Wd had a ballot been then ta ken, no power, hardly, could have kept him from taking tho prize. His opponents seeing this, were nlmost panic stricken, but they conceived, or jonle'of them did, tho happy idea of staving ofT tho report of tho Commi...

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. — 17 January 1882

3 Snni-Mwlils Inlcriorjfoimuil . . . B'OBD,lKy Tuesday Mnrnlng, January 17, 1882 LOCAL NOTICES. KnrMi Uxn of Mine and Omcnl it A. Owslej's Nkw ami full Hock of Clocks at I'frtny , MaAltslrrV IUmm.toi HifM. Plow alwajs on lisnd at A. Owsley's. HioKTorKof Clumplon lltrli Wire on liml at A. Owsley's. Cnotur, I'resli nd Kin Csmlles, at Mcltoberta A Stag;''. llur IxmliTllle ItexMlf-lil Oil, 176 lrt, from Penny AMcAllsler. Watch rx, Clocki and Jewelry repaired and warranted lijr Vennj A MeAtlster. Writ VirmmU IIkad-mout On, 'J5 cenU a nation, at McllobvrU & Slagg's. Do not forget tliat we are read; to re rtUe tlie amount of your account for 1881 MclloberU A Htagir- Our atock of Drugs, I'alnta, Oila and Varnlahrs, la complete In every respect. Mcllobcrla A Stag. A rmr. line of Toilet 8oap, Perfumery, llalr, Nail, Tooth and Clotliea Ilrualies, tery cheap, at Penny A McAliater'a. PERSONAL Mint Pattir Ur.MLr.Y la visiting In Lancaster. Mil. M. (I. Nr.vioi and wife went to Dinrllle, Friday...

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 January 1882

SffwitKliIfSlnftriorlonrnal jl..- : r. Tuesday Mnrnlng, January 17, 1882 "1 a A Tragedy. lACMrcsf otidcnt writing fromVion na ay: I cn not closo this letter with, out chronicling n tragic event which took plico reccntly.lt was on thcNoth eniffrontiora of this Empire, ov?r a gilsit Saxony, tho iceno nn inn, timo, etenirig. Many old cuatomors of the place were assembled in their snug room, with its linio-polialied tables, its tall tiled stove, its araniing pict 'tircl of saints and angles. Beer enough to float an iron-clad, wino enough to intoxicato n continent, had bccnscrvcd out in that plnce since its firt dedication to Bacchus two centu t'm fO..To-night.tho worship ot the w&.crownr3eity was proceeding ns &"$" nml lho air Wft8 th1ck!tii "tobacco smoke, when a man with a sleeping child in his arms loushed in and sal down in tho corner JIadiatik a jjlasi'fer two of beer, while (hechlldfagoldenhaircd little fellow of about five years, rcstod his head on the table and went on w...

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. — 20 January 1882

ittefiof firaftiaL t to ''JO. VOLUME X.-NUMBBR 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 10. end - Heeklg 4- w '- t Stnu-StUffhlu interior journal W. P. WALTON, . - Cihtor ami Proprietor. T. R, WALTON, - - . . Business Manager. suimckiition, $2.$a 1'hic annum, Invauiahlv in Advanck. TO.DAT AND TO-MQRROW. Though aliailawa rolw lli Vr lo-tLjr, An J lurm oar Joy to aorrow, Yatatl tha cloud will l.reak away Anil htlnf Ids tun bftnarro. Then vhf ahoulil ai.y one lank ), Anil rooutn tJi hi tlrpartnl, Wn"f n Jul Wyond u, f jm r l.l, From which th Iraraara atartnl. Tliua In imraVtrlnf of J tin. May mM iltf of Mrrow, tlut a an thU nl lirln no If in, Ko Joy will mm to-moiro, Atfllirarfa mVj thf wldi fctUa peaata, To hwa thai had lan titan, Ytt t will htlnj in trlghtpr boura, In thouihla of ml and linnn. nMU Villi W UVJTIHI IV 1 Whatatcr may Wfall ua. nil Jaf ami ttttllk ara pail, And anjel. honia abatl rail til. : Slating. ' Mo'lhar, may t p dawn to aialaf Yra, to J Jarl...

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. — 20 January 1882

"UJ9W" i i St jj-j T? H 5tmi-S(!lttlilji3nltrior3ourimI Friday Morning, January 20, 1882 WJJM ALTON, EDITOR "55 tTHAT premium for perjury, Iho "Test Oath," required of nil officers ui this Commonwealth, wns repealed so fur as tho Houso could do it on Tuesday. It would bo well for tho Scnato to follow suit, for tho law has hnd no effect in stopping tho disrep tifablo practlco of buying votes cither directly or indirectly, and tho very men wh6so elections, wero bought eith er with money or whisky, have been the quickest to perjuro tlicir soul, by securing that they used no such means. We know a fcoro of men who have taken iho with, that will nia-t hi' trail through all eternity, unless they repent and flee from the error' of their war. i .I TllK majority report of the Kail road Commission, in showing that they are a very poorly paid set, ues Hi is among other nrgurnenta for an in crease of salary: "The wear and tear of crton and clothing, to say nothing of the risk of life, from trave...

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. — 20 January 1882

3 m ' nni-lttliln liiltriorlournal Friday Morning, January 20, 1882 LOCAL' NOTICES. Nrw ami fall ilock of Clock at Penny A McAllnter'o. Hamilton Htim. Vumn nlwaya on lunil t A. Owlr-yV Hid Htook of Champion lltrli Wlro on limit it A. Owsley's. Gnnitir, Freeh mil Klna Candle, t Mellolieri A HikrV llur Utilnllln IlfiiMlght Oil, 175 lft, from IVnny AMoAllater. Watciiw, Clock iml Jewelry repaired ami warranted ljr I'enny A McAllster. Wbt Viruinia IIkaii-i.kiiit On, 25 rent a gallon, at McIColmla A Stum's. Our (lock of Drug, lint, Oil mil Varntslie, I complete In etery respect. Mcltulxrla A HlngK. A I'INR line of To!ltt'KoaM, Perfumer;, Ililr, Nail, Tooth and Clntlie llritslie, yrrj chtap, at Penny A MoAllstrr's. PETsONAL. Mil. 8. 0. Cloocil hit opened school it IloontV Xtiiw AnnrCook, ol Htiilontllle, I tMiIiik rvlatWr here. Mr. C T. IIydb ha returned, but left hi new wife hchlnd. Mm. I,. Ur.xzt.r.r iml MIm I.lccie Ileatley lure gone to Lnulivllle. Mil Kittik IIkiuink, of Crab Orch anl,...

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. — 20 January 1882

"-U. ."JM13U1 li I HI 8 twwwin Stmi-MctlilnnltriorSeuriial i'C! BTAMTOKD, XT3T. V Friday Morning, January 20, 1882 fm JVSTJOOJAR. 'Jllnt I tell you, Iou, I cAti't afford "Oh, you slingy tiling! You nre willinp to have your wifu go liko n (lowdrijiit fir tho snko nfn fow piltry dollars." And pretty Lou Falconer pouted her Tiny lip, nntl turned pet tfshly awoy'fnira her liU'dund. "Wo uro ii young Arm, yuu know Lou, and "Oli, ay nothing tnnro about it, if you 'please. Iklmll never Hsk you for anything again." .And with a little tou of her hcad.ahe left tho room. Falconer, eighed,, and his brow con tracted with rite, as lie looked after hcrWV J g "Poor child! It is so hard to refuse her anything." He was a paleyouSg Am, with a thoughtful rut of ' eftunteri.neeJ and earnest gray eyes ; habitually reserved and prudent, he was accounted a sharp business man, and at tho tirao or his marriage, 'two years previous, the old men predicted that ho would eventually become one of tho largest capti...

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