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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 March 1884

Interior Journal Stanford, Ky .... March '21, 1881 PUTTING ON AIMS. jjt u, n. w. Tha peacock ia a mftjostlo biped. Whether vo contemplnto Uio giuulincw d! his pltimngo, tho proud way in which ho carries hifl heml, or Uio nUitcly stylo of his footsteps, there, is much in his general walk and comersotion that compels attention. When ho lifts up his voice- in a shrill scream whoso notes as far as tho ear can reach, wo aro tttmctcd, even if wo do not admire. Ho itnits about with an air of importance, as if ho owned tho wholo neighborhood and could impart information as to tho rolno of cuti? piece of real cstnto From his iK'rsonal appearance ho might bo supposed to bo both wealthy md taKntcd, for his feathers are and his Wtokens 1 certain ki;id of culture. If ho was only hreud enough Jo hold his tongue, might not dUcoer what uu empty-headed creature he is. His speech betrays him. Ho tolls lit story with such mock dignity a to csmnh Uio hhallow ncHH of hix pretensions. And jet ho is i it ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 21 March 1884

"i WW CLOTHING, DRY COODS, BOOTS, AGED BY AT At Wmwmm'wr mvi - 11 QW .'I I ' 1 .I1, l IlSllAIff I will begin to sell- &j&JI?TJTllDJJirn 22, 84:1 THE KrVTIIMS STOCK OF dah GOODS Don't let this chance slip, and call early to avoid the rush. In order to give all a fair chance, no goods will be sold by the bolt or in a lump. " ' "Stanford, Ky., Special Cars for Train Crania "All passenger trains iihould hare one cnttle car and compel ever rnan whochews tobacco (o ride in it." "And their should abo haul one flat car," said the cross passenger, "for the fresh air woman who always insists on keeping the car window open. She should sit on a slab seat on an open grated cat and breathe and cinders to her soul's content." "And a dark and lonely box car," said the tnll, thin pasenger, "for the man who whistles. The whistlers could all get together in there and sit and drum on the on the sides of the car with their fingers nnd whistle all the tunes they didn't know nnd the rest of the tr...

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. — 25 March 1884

f Semi 'weekta VOLUME 510. m t) s jbJTTTTVJDJbJx m i mm i . A. !- JT JlWia M .aa ,aV a-J ... T 1- ... 1 . 1- -1..,.,1 ntefinf lonf mat STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 25, 1884. I will begin to sell- jNJtvCJEsL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF oe Druggists and Booksellers, ANOTHER VICTORY FOB THE- THE CHAMPION SULKY PLOW. 'Tho Furst & Bradley Weighed in thoBal ancos and Found Wanting ! Tlie Oasecly alo Plowed J Itcad What a Practical Lincoln Go. Farmer Says about it : MIIXWOOD FARM. Bfar. IS. 1SS1. l a trlnl en my farm (o-day between the Fitrnt & Hradley, - 1 . WVAaa IT u H al atVaA aTkl ars 1 AaTat or 4 aTA CaBttcdy and Champion JStilUy TIowh, I made tho choice the CHAMPION, for the reHHouH that It li easier handled, better Anwitractcd, ctilB cleaner, deeper and wider furrow and turns S?rL; i..iL. HEN. SPALDING. " - 1UV lt." !... n T177l,wn ,or nil, wiui m uiu n;;'", ' ' ;aptured by Indians and taken to Detroit. IIo found favor with his captors, OIM2RA. MOUSE ISI-OUR, OTMFORD. wawns adopte...

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. — 25 March 1884

l ft Stafford, Ky., - March 25, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Thrsk hangings in a week it doing pretty -well for Kentucky, especially since the victims wete not negroes. Rude and Champ Fitxpatrick, for a very spiteful and cowardly murder, performed the double seat t Columbia, Friday and although they asserted mat iney were goinjr sirsigui stems to glory," they nevertheless abused Uto Means that hastened them to the prom Jtd knd. The execution was n neat piece of -work, the rherifl performing his duties ja xcellent style. Wehope that the good wars: so well begun with the year will con- tiaue until everbloodnmurderer Tsjmade 4o ieel the nauer uraw. - -" r The Virginia Democratic State a resolution that as the tariff qaeaiioa is likely to produce division in tie party, Its agitation at this period is un-mite and ought to be discouraged and that all -democrats should subordinate all in concentration upon the of reform of government and t restoration to purity and true We fear our Virginia friends ...

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. — 25 March 1884

Stanford, Xy I .1 Horn., March 25, 1884 , l.Aff. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train going Nerth ........ t. -12 80 r. v. i ti jviUb ,.......- ... 1 Mr. li. Kipreaa train" Uoulh..........M....... 101a.m. IMMNMMMH " K L8CALHTCES. Boy Paints trf Penny A MoAliittr. Landretiis girdtn seeds t McRoberti & BUM'. L&'xDAtTitH Gsrden 8kIh at Penny & McAlliterVi. Jos, HaabJIpk Qhnlera Cure, Penny A.McAll.Ur sol neerUf. ' ' Cume your sccqunl with Penny & I inter by cMh or note. Brand neir dock, oferery thine in tin jewelry line at Penny & MoAllster's. Hohfir, cattle, sheep and poultry pow-der for sale XIcKoberU A Httij. Nicwshsdrs nf rnify mixed piint for spring trade t McHnberU A 8ikrV. Watchdi, Clock a,d Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Pwar A McAIIeter. Kcw and full tock l,Fiililnc Tackle. of errry Tarialyjiat receded tttMclttWie A For conaha, cold, Ac , uae Compound Hrrun White i'lue. Dome. 6Uff. Put up In 2&o and 60c Trial aire 10c. McltoberU A PERSONAL Mr Vr B Kdmiutoh h ...

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. — 25 March 1884

SScmiiaUchlnlntcrioriounial Stanford, Ky., March 25, 1884 I tnislatlre Idiocr. the tlm of naders how To show our Uit LeRilare ia wi.ted we glre the following sample: A bill to remove the of BalUrd was up for conridw. ,tion and hour, were .pent In the n7 de-hate and in fillibuBtering. This u from Ihe official journal of the home: TLo question beinirTjpon theemendment proposed bj Mr. Minder Mr Bobbin addrred the nste. Oa motion of Mr. Bmith the swsion waa extended to conider thia bill. Mr.'Mundar addrcd the Snat. MrtJVnughn addressed the Htnate. Hr. Fole addrewed the Senate. Mr. Burnett addressed the Senate. Mr. Smith addressed the Senate. Mr, Haya moved to adjourn. The yeas and nays were demanded-ye" ll;aya, 15. Mr. Fogle movtd to adjourn until ne nmutei laet 10 o'clock to-morrow f in- The Teas and nay were demanded vc, 7; nays 13. Mr. Boles moved a call of the fcenate. Mr. Fogle aiked to be excused from TOtiag. The yeaa and nave were demanded yeaa 19; nays, 3. The yeas and naya were...

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 March 1884

genti HeeilB I VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. WW ft U Tl UR'U) AT March 20, 1884. i IRTTIF'ILiErX". and am still Spring and Summer, best in the market, up in style ajid in city or trial. H. C. Rupley PAPER, TO PUT ON, -AT- c STAGES Booksellers, lSFOCI, .vimnfokd. VICTORY! THE - SULKY P w Weighed in tlioBal: mtefw unfimL i STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 28,1884. I will begin to sell- XTIIS KiXTIRK STOCK OF 50 GENTS ON THE -1 I T.tKISa THE CUAXCK' Among tho visitors ut a Wall-street broker's ofhco was a village pardon, whoso Hock is not more than lifty miles away. Ho reproved tho broker for the tin of stock gambling, warned the clerks that they were traveling tho broad and narrow road, and llnally said : " I have somo certificates of stock here, in tho Millvillemine, and, although I am npixxuHl to this ungodly business of scculating in stocks for profit, these were a present to mo from an old friend, and I may bo forgiven for disposing of them at their faeo valuo." " You will hardly Ihj able to ...

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 March 1884

$nferiorounral Stafford, Ky., March 29, 1884 W. P WALTON. The Caucu by a yote of 114 lo 67, adopted the resolution declaring that the Horriaon bill, rtilyect to amendment in Committee of the Whole, thould be passed bj Coogrora The claim la made that of the 57 who toted againat the bill, not rucjre than half would oppose it now that it hi been adopted as a party measure and that of the twenty absent members, three-fourth of them favor the bill. As a matter of compromise and In tho interest of harmony, Mr. Carlisle offered a resolution which waa adopted, providing for the repeal of the internal revenue tax on and reducing the tax on fruit brandy to 10 ctnlsa gallon. This will reduce the revenue some forty millions of dollars and if adopted will be a step toward the much deaired end of the iniquitou. internal revenue system Atocko woman whoe father was among the victims of the Pocahontas Mines disaster, jumped upon a barrel and in the two dcien young men offered to sany the one who wou...

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 March 1884

f f f r 1 Memi - H ill ni nfefio c9y tmfti VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1884. A spoonful of kerosene put into cold starch will prevent the iron from sticking, Judge J. M. Pifc'g, a well-known citizen of Richmond, in dead BucK ten's Arnica Salve. Tlin greatest meilleal wonder of the world, Warranted to epeedlly cure Mii'ii, Bruises, Cuta, Salt Itliciiiii, Kerer Korrc, Cancers, riles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all skin eruption!, guaranteed to cure In every Instance, or money refunded. A poittlve euro tor Piles. 2)c per box. For fals by Penny .t A Run on a Drug Store. Never was inch a rush mide for nny Drug Store aa Is now at Penny .V Mc Allatar'a (or n trial Uottlo of Dr. Klng'a Hew Placivery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons affected with Asthma, llroncbllls, Hoarseness, Severn Coughs or any nlTecttonof the Throjt and Lungs, can get a trial liotllo of thli great remedy Jrte, by calling ct the abovo Drug Store. Ilegular alie, ...

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 March 1884

r t f SfemMHtf eMjr $ntcrior$ountaI W.JP. WALTON. PttHhe4l Tiieilav ntut Friday! When paid trictlr la alrance. II we hire to Jwaltaar time, 83.S0 will I charged. JWJB FAMISHED TJtAMr. Jbifl it caino to pass that as n wealthy b3 benevolent citizen opened tho door I eI3iis dwelling, in order that he might jmceod, as was his wont, unto hi ploco rftnuiness, ho did behold a poor tramp redlining upon tho stops before tho door. And tho tramp was exceeding lean wad ill-favored. His raimeut it was Sixty, and his eyes they did have in them Ihosatl nnd far-away look of a dog. And tho old gentlemen hovo nigh unto kirn and spako unto him, saying, JLnd tho tramp lifted up his voico and malHz " Wilt thou give mo to cat? Even thirteen days havo flown by since feed iutih poised my lips." And tho heart of tho O. G. was moved compassion oven unto tho Sag of his suspenders. Asd he called unto his maid-servant .aad commanded her, saying: "Give 4&bb unto this poor traveler food nnd feraik, of which l...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 March 1884

I f Jnienorounia! Stanford, Ky., - Mardi 28, 1884 MAlilSLANl) IIEX11I. A .Modem iluitcal Sovtl. Sho wa nlono in tlio world. rolntivcs liiwl gradually paanod away mul, by nittrango coincidence, just an the lnat ono panned alio found liorself alono. Alone, did va nay ? Tot not utterly, for dear piano won left her, and licrHelf before it alio softly played tlio one sweet air, tlio only one that iho played completely. It wan tmo that it was rumored that tlio mortality among her relatives won attributed to too often listening to the strain of this lovely morccau, but nevertlicletm it brought back to her ten der memories of childhood and hIio played it to herself dreamingly "The Maiden's Prayer." "Mabel, play mo that strain again." It wan a young man who pokr, and ho leaned over tlio piiuio and watched her delicato fingers meander over tlio bans notes in the romantio movement. "Ah! Ilenri," reHiKinded MsIkjI, "I could play it to you for ever." A Hlftlit shudder cronned tho mirblo brow of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 March 1884

I I r K Btm i Stanford, Ky., - -March 2', 1884 PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Qullc a number of this vicinity are complaining with that famous old (i if ease, the heart-ache. Oarcarriage maker has quite a flush in his business Ely bits whisky and ft horaca account for it. A. B. Ely has the boBa time-piece. He claims he ha a Waterbury watch that runs bo fist it kicks the casing off. Lwt Sabbath seemed to be a favorite day with our fishermen. The only trouble with some was to keep in bait. Our ex-Congressman, M. J. Durham. was in our midst last Monday, shaking hands with everybody. He seems to be in high spirits. Mr. A. R. Guyn while returning from Lancsster last Monday, cme in sudden contact with the turnpite. Hia buwy xle broke. The horse beint: per ectly gentle there was no serious damage done The farmers are very buy preparing for another crop. Tobacco raiding seeni to be the leading item with them. The rabbits will have to hunt other quarters at all the brush piles are bsinic burnei...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 March 1884

J itfmor Journal Stanford, Ky.', - March 28, 1884 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North. " " " Houth. Karros train" HoOln " " Norn , Jl so r. u. ...l M P. M. . 1 01 A.M. .. 2 S.1 a, M. LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of Penny A McAl Inter. IiANDntmis garden need at Mcllohert fi HlKK'. Landiiktiih (Urden Seed at Penny & McAliaterV Jot). Haas Hop; Cholera Cure. Penny A McAliater Ko!e agent. Clooejout accoant with Penny & by ah or note IIhand new alock of every thins tn the Jewelry lino at Penny A MoAllcter'n. Hohhk, cattle, aherp and poultry for aale y Mcllobirta A KlugK. IN'rw ahade of ready lulled plnt for nprlrifr trade at McKotert A hiKK ' "Watch ts, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. New and full alock of Fiehlnx Tackle of every variety just received at McKobtrU A btKK. For coi'vlie, cohla, Ac , iim Cotntvouml 8yrup White Pino Put up in 25o and 60o botllec. Trial mi 10c. McKohert A Stag. 'personal Mm. C. J" lUn.kr went to Loulaville yratenlav...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 28 March 1884

IT Stanford, Ky., . 1884 TETB.IFIED WHILE ALIVE. "Ono of tho moat heart-rending cases that over caino under my notico," said a Louisville physician, "was that of a man whoso death could not affect his relations, becauso ho had none; but tho manner of his dying was bo nwful that it -was a call upon common humanity for sorrow. Ho "was a young follow who at tho breaking out of the war, when ho was 20 years old, enlisted and fought with courage under Confederate banners. In tho tcrriblo warfare about Naahvillo ho was exposed to tho raini and colds, and contracted inflammatory rhoumotism, from which ho nover recovered, and which caused his resignation. He returned to his homo a miserable creature, and never was afterward ablo to walk. For fifteen long years ho was dying as slowly and surely, and with as much torture, as tho most refined cruelties of human invention might have produced. Opiates? Of course opiates were administered, but what of tho moments when tho influence hod waned, 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. — 1 April 1884

jwnh Wee ill jmtefwf infii VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 1, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 23T nlcrioronrnaI W.JP. WALTON. l PubUnhrtt Tttcmtav ntul Frlilati'i 83. OO XM3II ANNUJl Wbetipald etrlctly la alTince. K w hire to wait any (lint, 83.30 will t chared. GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND rHA.rsi3 'mis rjouiv 102 ShackIjEWKli. Lank, Dalntom, London, K Mah 11, 18S1. (Contlnujd from latt Unit) thar Interior; Tiiuiiay. Fb. 23 h Tho and "Primitive Mr tliodi.tp" are "feeble folk" iu Erllrt, with typical little houae of worablp, quite large enough for their wantaund very nuR rooraa for Hible lidding., uch ia otira, with limited at- ttndance. Our anal corifteealiona com forlablr fill the amill ctiapela. About 100 ! it the eallng capacity of either I he "Ct)Dgregationllt" are .ttonger and have a large airy chuicb, .eiting 7 or 8 t.umlred. Thia la fairly filled at night, but not crowded. The Itipllsla have ft iraall chapel ftl.n, hut declined to open their doori to tie, our firat ...

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 April 1884

i i i V f kin gntcriorloumal Btaaford, Ky., April 1, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The Home has yoted to build branch penitentiary, very properly no doubt, but as jet it hits made no arrangement for the proGtibl employment of tbe larRO number of coutIcU in excess of thoee who can work in the prefect prison. There are now about 1.100 confictn or some 600 more than nn tin nrnnerlr used inside iti wall. "Wkat therefore to do with the others be . n imiMirt&nt question which the T;iaiiirc nhould decide at once. It is estimated that the branch penitentiary will cost $760,000 and that it will take six or eichtteard to complete it, since but $15V nnn ' nt)ronriatd by the bill. Another appropriation cannot be made fortwoytars. A year will probbly Manse before tbe work begins, should the Senate concur in the bill, and then oot ovnr 200 convicts can work on the building as the appropriation cannot gie more than that numbjr There will therefore be 500 idle convicts and it will cost $G0,0G0 or $75,000 ...

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 April 1884

a ' . t Stanford, Ky., Noru April 1, 1884 . a N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train going North. - 13 SO r. u, Houth UtMi, Eirrrs train" Houth 101. y f M I ,. 'i S3 A.M. LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of Penny A McAliater. LAMDumia garden seeds at McKoberts & Bikk LANDiimiH Garden fieetls at Penny A McAliater's. J oh. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A Me A Meter solo agents. Close your account with Penny A by rash or note. IIhash new slock of every thing in the jewelry line nt Penny & McAHeter's. Horsk, cattle, sheep and poultry pow-der for sale ly McHohtrts A Stngte. NKirsliaclta of ready mlied painW for spring trade at McKoberts A KngRV. Watch m, Clncka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlIster. New and full stock of Fiililn Tackle of e Tery variety juat received at McKoberti A Stages. Foil rot'fflu, cold, Ac., use Couipound Syrup White Pine Put up in '21k and 50c bottler. Trial Kirn 10c. McltoberlH A PERSONAL. Dk J. I). Owki.kv in in luisvllle. Aln V. T. Limia.v, of Lincss...

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 April 1884

'V U Stanford. Ky., April J, 1884 Tights to Buy and Hire. "Tighu cons'itiitea staple article with m," m1J one of the principal dealers in theatrical Rorula of this or any other country. "The? ore i.ot oul uae in theatre?, but in show of almost every description. The demand for tights ha incrjued very largely in tbUcountry within the last few yearn." "What class of ehovr people wear out the most light?" t"e reporter wkcd. "Circua riders. H' the rotn on the horre'a back that does it. Then there' the perspiration, which makes it neccawry to havo tights waihed every time they are used. A bareback circus rider will wear out one or two pairs of tights In a week when he is clving two performances a dsy, and if the lemon lasts about thirty weeks you can judge for yourself of the will make with havoc a man or woman tight " 'What do tights cost?" "Cost? Why,juas much at the wear er has a mind to pay. Ibey coat an me way from 52 a pilr up to almost any amount within reason. I suppose the avera...

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. — 4 April 1884

JW Stmt - W eekln ntefio onfti VOLUME X.-N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 238 $nimor$ourimI v. I WALTON. t'txbUthed Turndnv oilil aVriif , 83. OO XI31l A..V1VUIVI WhanpsU itrletlr la If w hare to watt any time, S3. 50 will b charMd. GEO. O.BAHNESin ENGLAND xUA.iHii: Tii is r.oiti" 102 8iuoKLEvr.i.i, Lank, Daixtow, LusttoN, E Maii 21, 1SS1 J Aur Inlirlw Widnckuy, Maiicii 5 th .A Utile band of "(lie Mthful" t Erllh to mtet ererjr WednenUj night nt Ilro for the study of the Word and to kef p iho fire burning tint the 1.011 D'S Inrr lu kimlled. 0. course they will be hateful fur doing it, but they ore a reoltili lot and will not umilj be put down The pUn l to get other, not full iT'Dv tlilzintr, yet ml to join ti tn, one bf one, and win tlieni over to a hearljr fellowaliiu bjr lure and patirnce. Herlxrt, who pent llie night with ui and tell with hi Usual reluctance at the lint moment, compatible with retching the Stock Eichanje at hi buinem hour proml...

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. — 4 April 1884

4W?f. fc,l -. Intcriorournal Stanford, Ky., April 4, 1884 W. P WALTON. lYAFERS AND LIBRARIES, T m'eVELYN. 3h England no bear first, of the Written nows letters fnrnisbed to tho wealthy aristocracy ; then, na tho for information spread, tho ballads f Beirs, sung or recited ; then the news pwaphlcts arranged in prose ; then tho -periodical sheet of news, and, lastly, tho -weekly newspapers," the first one, Weekly Nows from Italy, flta," published in tho year 1622. Tho ancient Athenian salutation, "What's tho news?" is on tho lips of en to-day. Bomothing more was needed to satisfy ibo hunger for information than the tab let of stono on tho corners of the street. To-day the nowspoVer is as essential to tho happiness and prosperity of a nation as its supreme law. With " tho world for its parish," this priest, tho newspaper, is proving one of the most potent educators. As civilization advances and our pobtal laws become thoroughly organized tho demand -will increase. In its four centuries...

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