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Semi-weekly interior journal. [volume] (Stanford, Ky.) 1881-1905, May 17, 1889, Supplement, Image 5

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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Htankoiiu, Ky., May H, 1881)
Says n Scotch clergyman: An elder
wnHn'mlinKnml eoiniiiciitliiK upon tlio
jUth Psalm, nnil tho book IwIiik rtnttd
In thu old style, whim ho cmnu to verso
l!l ho read: "Keep tliy toiiKuo from evil
nnil tliy ll)s from speaking Ktillc." llo
rvml It "miiivnkiiiK Kirk" ami then remarked
liy Way of exposition: "it Ih
evident from 1 1 iIm passao that Scripture
(Iocs not absolutely forWd kissing but,
uh In ClirlHtlnnity everything is to bo
ilono decently and in order, wo nro hero
cnenttratfcd l.y tlio passajjo to chooso
mi her those KirlH tlmt take it quietly
and not tliosu tlmt squeak under thu op.
i) ration."
Tlio American Cultivator huvb: "It
Ih not likuly that civilisation loi.es
hy tho extinction of thu bullalo.
All that Is Kood of tlio animal for civilized
iiiiiii Ih found in crossing it with
rattle. Its meat Ih better than
tlmt of the bullalo and it rarramt Ih
lnrT. Thu robe of a crow bred butr.ilo
Ih iiioiu valuable thnu that of tlio wild
animal, Ih'iiiiimo its fur in distributed
evenly instead of being bunched In it
heap at thu mane. As tho hidu of a
eim bred buiralo is worth J7.'i, it is well
worthy of being wntl for that alone."
"No, William," she ulil wildly, with n
sidelong Kh.iice to nolo tho ellcct of her
words, "I cannot tie your wife. You
smoke and yon sometimes drink. I have
registered a vow not to mnrrynman who
ban either of the vices."
"All right, Maria," was the humble
reply. "And now will you please ask
your younger ulster I.ula to come dow n
stairs a moment? .She mid, when she
Hissed me ,mt night, that she
would Kindly have me if you refused."
Opal Ih worth $IJ"i to 10 per carat.
Cat's eye Ih worth jfl.'i to fVI a canit. Oriental
ruby is worth SUM per carat.
i worth $. to J-.IK) ier carat. A
'In nd is woith f0 to J 150 a carat. A
sapphire- is worth i() to $150 a carat.
The gnitt nilauthus trees in the White
House grounds Iuu.iImi'H cut down by
order of the Vnhingtou Uianl of health',
tbev Ixlng regarded ns unhcalthfol.
They were hiniight from Chicago by
Commodore Wilkes .VI years ago, when
they wen mere sapling.
Since the purchase of Alaska it can
ls said of the United States what has
liecii said of the sun never
wt on her domain. At sunset in
Alaska the next morning's sun is an
hour biuh in Maine
row
Thero wan n fall of 10 Inches, of
miowln Dakota Tuesday, which, it is
claimed will provo beneficial to tho
wheat crop.
It Ih said that n person weighs two
pounds less at thu top of tho great Killel
Tower at l'aris than at tho liottom, owing
to tho difference of atmospheric
Castleton, Vt., hna tho only Blatojieii
cil mill in thu United States. Tlio dally
production is .'50,000. Ono man can
8,000 pencils daily on his omory
wheel.
A three-ton lioat, in which Captain
Joshua Slocum, with his wife and two
children, left I'arauagita, Hra7.il, on Juno
21 last, nrrlved at.StaUin Island last week
after a voyage of over 7,000 miles.
It Is Htatetl that tho L. A N. will
Boon commencu tho building of their
road from Cumlierland Gap ton connection
with tho Norfolk A Western Itail;
road at Ilig Stone Gap, Vn., previously
mentioned.
The Interstate Coinmercu Com mission
decides that if separate ears are
provided for colored passengers traveling
on first-class tickets the cars thus set
apart must lie eipial In comforts,
and equipments with
provided for white passengers.
A hrakemau caught under a red-hot
lire box in a wreck near Denver, fulled
another brakeman and while one-half of
bis liody was roasting from the beat of
the engine, dictated his will, leaving
115,000 to his two brothers in San Francisco.
He gave iustriictious regarding
bis funeral, offered a prayer and died.
The Pride or Woman.
A clear carly and transparent kin it alwayt h
ilgnof pure blood, and all periona troubled with
dark, Rreaiy, )cllciw or lilotclicd akin can rel
that tlirlr blood it nut of order A few tlmci
of llr(K' lllood Purifier ft Mood Maker will
I be rautt and the akin will become clear ami
traninarrnt 'I ry It, and If aatufacisin U not given
it will cn.t j mi nothing. It ia fully warmnlitl A.
K. IVnn
ny, kiu
Ug(ll
H. B. WILSON,
-With-
THOMPSON & BOYD
Maniifaclurertof Kine Saddlca and llirne, in
cvrrr tlyle and finltli known to the trade Race
and IrolunK Kiuiunent a
No ii Ka.l Main Mteet, LKXINOTON, Ky
HARRY A. EVANS,
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST,
STANrOKI), KV
Engineering1 and Surveying in
all branches.
FARM FOR SALE!
fnAcrra, tilualed nn thu Stanford and Crali
I litlunl iike, near Walnut Mat Knr iurticnl.ir
addrr II t IIVWAMtltS,
r C'rh Hi. Imr.l, Ky.
THE NAPIER HOUSE,
LIBERTY, KY.,
F. W.
I have le.ned the above Hotel and Intend run-
, nine It in In every particular. So-
ciaiaiicuuoii to commercial men,
WOOD WALLA6
Mon'a Outfitter I
5ij l'n u r tli Avenue,
Louisville, - - Kentucky.
WALLACE E. VARNON,
Attornoy at Iin,w,
Stanford, ----- Kontucky.
Will practice in all thu courta of thU nnil
and In the court ofnpiil
OfTiceovrr McKohcrta (4 Stnxit'a ilni; atore
STANFORD ROLLER MILLS.
All pertont wiihinc a pleatant life and well
pleard wife let ihi'm ue i'alciil Flour made at
Stanford Itotlir Mill Call for It at
and if they have not Rot it on hind, urge
them to keep it, or vet an order from them nud
Eel it at the Mill and I will Kii.iruntee a ple4niit
andintcrcitilii; laimly
o V N. I'OTTS, Superintendent
SAW MILL FOR SALE !
A.1h Iiiml unit
Ai I detireto leave Kentucky I willncll at ureal
tacrifice a aaw nulla complete with 30 hore hoilcia
and tohorie cnginct, a aaw worka. 1 oa g wug
on j fliorae wanna 1 btirkboaru, 1 prin wait-on
and harnraa 3 yokea of cattle, J mulei, liorc.
grin mill complete, and my farm of j6o acrct ol
nob land well tnuherrd. Will tell privately
MAKT SMITH,
Maywixxl, Ky
lvery, geed and gale Stable,
W. H. JACKSON A CO., PRO'RS.
LONDON, KV,
Rood turnotiti and aaddle hortei alwny lor hire
on reatonahle termi Iindon la the inot
point on the railroad to teach place 111 the
in the mountain of the ytate in
TOE GALT TIOUSK,
LOUISVIIiLB, KBNTUOKV.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST
HOTEL IN THE CITY.
RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDING
TO ROOMS.
TIIKKISII.V RUSSIAN IIATIIS IN IKIIM.
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