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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 8 December 1885

1'fi It Imtefini xhu fSFt Mt$M Simtttal VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1885. NO. 80. $nmor$omraI - I fuMlUcl Tuemlnva a tut Friday HU.OO XJBJU ANNUM H'sanratd strictly Id advance. If we hare to wait nr time. 13.00 will be chanted. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Praise tho Lord. God is Lovoand Nothing Else." U 1 . .....1 Klllll it. I K. QUAiUhiiAflruiir., mum, mj i , Deaii Intkhioii: -A I wto'e our poly arilaulc, new addre", in amused thought croiaed my mind m (o what the tpea would maka out of it; and after that what marrela of pronunciation, m it psaed the lips of your rarloua readers. I tnajr as well remark once for all, that Anglo-Indiana hare invented a ittj accu rate aysteui of writing the but it require a little training to use it. Tboee who have acquired the re quiiite knowledge nerer need make a mil tike in pronunciation, but if I ihould use it in ray letter, without a "glossary," it ''would alnipijr result in a certain of nine word out of ten. Whereaa, if I wri...

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. — 8 December 1885

u ""r1 -Tf Stanford, Ky., Charlcs D. WRianr, a newspaper man, author of "C "ti'si "; Haunter, John Sherman, to be presiding officer of tho Benate acd he was yesterday chosen to that position, receiving the full republican vote over Ihain Q xlrri, of Tennessee, who ws the democratic caucus nominee for tho sinie position. It i9 said that the Sena-e will ps a bill at an early date, providing for the presidential succession from the members of the Cabinet, in which event Sherman's prospect of succeeding Mr. Cleveland will have gaue a' glimmering. It has been known for some line that Hon. John S. VanWinkle, of Danville, would be a candidate for Circuit Judge, but there hafl been no formal announcement till now. when we are authorized by him to say that he is a candidate, subject to the primary election to be held next March. Of Mr. VauWinkle'e high attain-meals as a lawyer and of his standing a; a gentleman, it is useless for us to speak, so well and favorably is he known all over the di...

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. — 8 December 1885

GOING STnSTOZROD ( M - In order to close out ' unilTTu l q r. ft ' v" ll TO L'W aV .. JoL aJN &$ JSLBt I GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! r Of the Combined Stocks of- vl 1 I ' ' ' K s Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality and Style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and Summer use. Great BARGAINS are offered in a limited amount of tail-end and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. I.U. LOCAL TIME CAHO. Malt training North. 1 S r. . twmh. ll it r v. Lrptwitraitr rtih . 1 W A. M. " Koch.., .H A. M. thxjTlealuUlA! on tUodard llm. Solar nl about 20 ml ni Inter LOCAL NOTICES....

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. — 8 December 1885

i journal Stanford, Ky December 8, 1885 E. O. WALTON, - Buslnos8 Mannsor. The Brownsville Scandal. In a certain town D&tueil Brownavllle, where it waa considered neccwarj to supply the Sunday S:hool of one of the with a library, no method of raising the utceMiry funde 8UR?eled itaelf to the The idea of subscribing the money was no directly at Tarianca with modern eccleaiaattcil practice that it was rvlirintulv not tO bj thought Of. 10 this emereenay the nuplU of the Sunday Sshoo undertook thennelye to secure the needed money by glvms; an entertainment of the sort known in uppei circles ai "tabowa." Thsre -ii a norelty in the proposal of an entertainment originate! and Damaged en tirely by children, and Its Gnmcial success seemed so probable that the children wero unanimously thanked and urged to go on in their work. Even now, after the affair is orer, no one doubts that the children memt well The thiHf at ths time, indigaintly bnachad, that some wicked iodiridual attachel to aa ...

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. — 11 December 1885

ill ntefiof unftmL "" vol. xrv. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1885. NO. 81 a; S3 ruritha Tutsadayt and Frtdav a.O() II3It A.NNUM. Wasnpald tiletlr In advance. If we hart to watt any tlins. ta.OU wilt bt charted. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. "Fraiso ths Lord. God Is Loveand Nothing Elso." SitAHjcriANrjRE, Ikdia.OH 27, 'So. CONTINUED KltOM l.AUT l&UE. At Ut Sir Colin' hamls were Iree and with a strong force Lucknow ku approach el for the 31 time. Picking up Sir Jataen at Alum High, the whole army moved on to the devoted city and after many dave of hard fljhtlng the whole place was cleared and wood after the province came once more under British control. To recapitulate thli Ieon in Indian for thoee who wish to be intelligent at to the main particular, and have not to books on the subject: 1 We have Sir Henry Lawrence and the supporting mllitarr torce, with him, aa chief commissioner of the newly annexed prorince of Ojde, thut up in the mot happily well eupplied with provisi...

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. — 11 December 1885

SUaford. KyM December 11, IM5 W. P. WAliTON. Phesidknt Cleveland first message ad the first de mocratlo document of tbe kind for a quarter of a century, la conceded on all sides to be n ?ery able State paper. It la also very comprehensive, no subject of public interest being omitted, and all be ing treated with a master band. A touch inn allusion to the death of the Vice President beads the message and then it settles down to business. Odr peaceful relations with foreign powers are fully discussed. Theellyerqucstiqn occupies attention next and he presents some strong arguments in fayor of the suspension, of It, coinage un der the compulsory act. But a small portion of the silver dollars is in circulation, while the treasury vaults groan with their weight and are curtailed in space by them. A humane and finndly policy towards tbe Indians is recommended. Religious teaching and education are the surest means to civiliz3 them for citizenship. To ascertain their needs and suggest what st...

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. — 11 December 1885

t 8tanford, Ky., December II, 1885 E. O. WALTONt - BuulnosB Manager. I. A It. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall Uln goloii North - -. ........ 1 Bo T. M eoutn 11 15 r.M. K tpmttraln" Houtli 1 82 A. M. 3 05 A.M. Tta jotc li calculated on standard tltne. Solar tmt li About 30 minute faster LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your Khool booki from 1'euny A McAllster. Watcum and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and wnrrntl br Penny A BOY the Hast, Hog Remedr, the original and only genuine, from Penny & . , , , A co.MPI.rrE Mock of jewelry, latest tyle. Ilockforil watches a Penny A McAIUter PERSONAL. Mk 8. E. Owb'.ey went to Louiarille yesterday. MiesH.u.ue r iait waa TiMiing Mr. Dr. J. 0. Carpenter. Mn. John Wicksimuam, of Texas, an a to reU'le. Mum. K. II HiioNAfHil ram down ti attend the KagUman Harris wedding. Mn O i: Mawciiau, of Ilarrods burg, waa here yesterday mingling with old frienda. MlfH JlNNlK. UfCHANAN, of Cab Orchard, showed her pretty face on our at. atreeta yealerday. Mn. W. II Oiuves and wife, ...

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. — 11 December 1885

b Interior journal WOOD EKGRrAVLXGS. SOME DISCOVERIES MADE AMDNQ THE ILLUSTRATED MONTHLIES. Tlio Wood-Cuts of Twouty Yaars Ago Compuroil with Thoio of To-Day Straight Lines Nu Longer Found An Unartlstlo Opinion. (William DC'Ja'o 'n ew Yori Times. There bappano i to be a flla of otJ lianly, an I I took ono of th'tudown to compare the ongraviugt of Ureuty yean ago with thoso of to-day. Tlioy wore black, cnioareJ ntul unsightly. As works of art thoy were nowbero at all; thew was uo art about them. Sometimes they aUei In miking tlio toxt clear, but that was all. Tho moiern om; on the contrary, were smooth, fine In tono, wonders of the engraver's and the printer's skilL I went to studying Harper' and Tin Century not from an art standpoint, which I know nothing about, but from a magazine reader's nnd newspapjr writer's standpoint, where I am somewhat at home. And I roado some discoveries. I found, to begin with, that both the magazines I have named are printed on two kinds of paper. The p...

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. — 15 December 1885

9 i V. - temr 0 flff ntrfio i lonftmL w J? rvix.i ,v '0 i' STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1885. Santa Clausp Headquarters NO. 82, Grand Display of Appropriate and Useful Holiday Presents at the GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Such an Array has not been seen in Stanford lately and the Prices are so Low that the poor as well as the rich may buy. The remaining few days of the year we will offer WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Throughout the House, for CASH only. Don't fail to visit our store during the next two weeks. Come in the morning, if practicable, as we are generally so crowded in the afternoon; but come any time you can and we will do our best at serving you. Among our display you will find elegant Silk Handkerchiefs, all colors; Linen Handkerchiefs, fancy borders; Gents' Ties and Scarfs, Gloves. Hosiery; Child's Knit Jackets and Hoods, Jerseys, Linen and Lace Collars, Ruching, Cuff Buttons,' Fancy Pins, Albums, Accordians, Violins, French Harps, Dolls, Tops. Mechanical Toys,...

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. — 15 December 1885

SUnford, Ky December IB, IW5 W. P. WALTON. Oob next two .'sues will be double onoa in order to accommodate our CarUtmai ad vertiaera without encroaching on our column. Both editions will be larger than usual, making them the more ble to the advertiser. Those intending to ake adrantage of the opportunity 'will communicate with ua at once and learn rates, which are very low. The Superior Court Judges are laying their wires for a ontinuance of its axis-. tence. It wan orcniid with the proviso iht It wan to eznlre at the eud of four yearn, but it is too good a thin for the of fice eeekera and holders to let it go at the end of its time without an iffort to make it perpetuil. Judge R'.charJa thinks it an absolute necewity and claims that his views are worthy of higher consideration because he will not be a cindidite for re-election even in the event of its continuance, lie saya that the Court of Appeals Is 1,000 cwa behind and can nover catch up, a very pV.cnt fact when ills considered t...

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. — 15 December 1885

Stanford, Ky, December 15, 1885 E. O. WALTON, Bualnena Manager. l.tft. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train lotui North ........... t M r.x. Booth, .,... ...u is r. x. Etpreaatraln" Houth... .... ...... 1 S3 aim. it " flora., . 3 OS A.M. Tbr.jQTol eaJeuUtsd oa standard Urn. Holar 'toslJ aIoui M mlaoles hiUr - - - LOCAL NOTICES. Bnr your school books from Penny A McAlWter. WAlbHW and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranH by Penny A BOY the Haaa'lloii lieoiedy, the and only genuine, from Penny AMoAl ter. , , , , i . , A COMPI.CTB Mock of Jewelry, latat style. Kockford watches a specialty. Penny A McAHstfr PERSONAL. Mr H 0. HkUCE, ofShelbins, Mo., is here on n tisIi. Mkh U (in ik Hockek hss cone to BoTleto Tislt relatiTM Miw Sauua I'kwmisi.ton is ilte nick, wr are snrr to ata' Mil II. C ItlTLiY stid Mis Maud llupley hs itone to IUikstllle, Miss Kate Kiikmn, ot Alum 8prio(s, Wis tbe Kuet of Mrs. (Irorno II. Bruce. Mk G T. DmrilU's wortly canssrrstor of the piarr, was hire yesterday. Mr an...

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. — 15 December 1885

Y Interior loarial YELLOW HOSES. (Inter Ocean Trani. from Alplio:u) Karr.l f This yellow roee tro j T)rltis a story to uvy mind. Ono ovonln; two yean ogo I went to sjwnd a few bouri with an oU lady, nitty, and kind, who lira near me. She is pawlonatoly fond of do war, and you could not conceive the delight I take in making beautiful boutiuott for her, or huw happy I am in her mrprle when 1 talo her it llower that alio does not know or which It not common in the country. Yojtonlny when I wont In I vual an old gentleman with hor who cunn into our neighborhood rt year ago to take xwouioii of a large oitate which was loft him by a distant rulatire on conditiou that be should take with the property tho name of it I former ownsr. He it calleJ, accordingly, it. Da cuiiiraiai. He oti(it ait Introduction to my old friend, mid 1 soon had reason to bo jealous of hi attentions to her; they formed a friendship for ouch other, and upont a' mote ill their earnings together playing trictrac. I salu...

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. — 18 December 1885

1 VOL. XIV. ... i PHbllvhuil Tucmlaua ami Frttlttv HU.OO XI31l A.TXTXXJIH W unpaid strictly in advance, If wo havs to wall any time. Ha.BO will be charged, W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. "I Bolioved: Theroforo Havo I Spoken 'Pralso tho Lord. Qod Is Lovoand Nothing Else." HiiAiunuANrour, India, Nov. 3 J, '85 CONTINUED t'HOU LAST ISSUE. I have lalrlr noticed in my mornliiR walks that the while anla attack ttie dead outer bark of certain tree, dieplaTinj; a notablu partitlilw lo tho "Sheeidium," art! eomctimee, nut content with foiaitlncon tho main trunk, spread out upon the larger branches for 20 or ;i0 feet from the ground. I think the "Sbeeahum" (I may remark in paaalnjt) la the fauioua "Shittim' wood of Scripture, of which tho "Ark of the Covenant" waj constructed. It U ver folic), of hamUome grain and one of the uirwit valuable of India hard-wood tree. Well, tbe omnivrroua termites planter the trunk and limba of lloir favorite trie, and one would think, to look at them, that a huma...

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. — 18 December 1885

p f L r I ' I v CIRCUMSTANCES. l"0. L. F." to Chicago Tribune) "Does man males the circumstances, or circumstance tbo manr snys Bulsrer. Well, I bet on circumstances ever time. In all my scrape and there are lota of them I am novor really to blame, bat 1 always appoar to be. I'm a sort of toy of destiny a foot-ball of fortune. Other fellow do dlfrastlng, outrageous thing and are never found out; but I by Jove I I mean to engage a boy to fro around with me jutt to have him ready t testify to my innocence when the next storm breaks on my devoted head. For I are tired of this scapegoat business. It wears on the nervos, as the cashiers say whon they start for Canada. Just look at that awful racket" I was led into by Tommy Wiggins, which paralyzed all Philadelphia and inailo it necessary for me to havo n change of air (several of my aunts took n change of their at the tome time), while Tommy enjoys himself at home. Nobody blames him. No relations cut him out of their will. O, nol It was ...

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. — 18 December 1885

1) p Semi Trier : chc. Tucmtav V HITDJ'" 11 -I Wclilll tlU.OO 11311 A.NNUJI V m psld irittlr In advsnc. If bavs l wall idt tltaa. t3.no wilt b er.an.ed. W. P. WALTON. How Ur. Babbitt Cleared Hit Man. Id a noted felony cae in the Pululi Circuit Court, where four inm had gone to a mWrf houe in the absence of the family at church anil rilled It of everythihf of value the eiiapectetl parlie were arrested ind m tiiual in euch caea the meanest criminal turnod alaV. evidence ngainit the other three. The defendants aaked for trial. One of the dffendanta was tried and a'M to the penitentiary in hand Rillop. The next defendant employ, cd Bjbbltl ani amon other (Lni8siri: proof aualnit him a witiiwmiwcre that he nw the defendant coming from the woods between nundown and dark with a if hedclothe a few day " te burglary. Babbitt Uiuhei lhl atron proof out cf the ci'd a follow: (tjntUmen of the jury there U nothing iingalar abotif M(, The e,reatmt pilloopher' of Greece, Dlo;enM med to cirry a tub...

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. — 18 December 1885

Stanford, Ky., December 18, 1885 W. P WALTON. A.NOTHFU link that bids ui to the pwt hat been broken by the cietth of Hon. K)b ert Toomhe, which occurred at his home near Washincton, Q i . Tuesday nlht. Ho was born in 1810 and after receiving a lib eral education, served hit country first a captain uodr Gen, 8cott in the Creek War. Afterwards he dm elected to the LegUla. tureofGengiain which he terved for a number of ye irs. In 184 he was elected to Concress and after four terms wm U. 8. Senator. He was serving In that capacity at the out break of the war, and upon his 8tate adopting the ordinance of emion, he withdrew and was immediate, ly elected to the Confederate Congress. After lees than a monlL'd service he was made Secretary of State by President Davis, but resigned in a short time and entered the army, where he fought gallantly until 1803, when hj resigned bacause he could not brook the control and orders of a superior Since the viar be had nothirg to do with politics an his ...

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. — 18 December 1885

it Stanford, Ky., Dccombor 18, 1885 B. O. WALTON, - BuBlnoBB Manogor. I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. iMall train Kolng North. - 1 65 r. m. Bouth, -li is r. m. Kiprcastraln" Houth.. . I 32 A. u. " " Norh.., MtMMMM 2 05 A M Ihe kort It calculated on standard tint. Bolar me li about 20 tntnutes taatar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your exhool booki from Penny A McAHstcr. Watciibb and Jf welry repMred on nhorl notice And warranted by Fenny A Bur the Haaa Hoc Itemrdr, the nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl Inter. A complete atoclr of jewelry, lnteM atjle ltockfonl watcher a specialty. & McAllMer PERSONAL. Ma j Til to. KtNo went to Loutallle Wednecday. Mil. Waltkii Kaymo.nii in in Frankfort for a few darn. Mies Mn.iRri Lewis Ir vlaltlm rel aliyeo In Parkiyilte. Mn. F J. Wayman i bick frnm a to Loulatille. F. M. Anci.ly baa cone to Mont Omiry, Ala , on a buaintM trip. Miw STrniEN L. Whitehed, of Ml, Vernon, I, the ctiwt of Mii Luella Kara ley. Mwia J. W. IinowH and John B Fib, of Ml. Vernon, were he...

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. — 18 December 1885

Sent Mt&b Interior Jonnral HIBERNATION. A CONDITION NOT TO BE FOUND IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS. An Explorer OlMerratlon What Ilia XuiILne Pay Animal of tli l'olar Region Sat Glreu to the Habit of IFrcUerlcU Foliwatka In Clilca jo Time.l Thorn is not u mora intonating subject In Batumi history than tho hibernation. o( animals, and no one which bat boon much leu studied amon; tho largo r animals, for tho good and aufllciont reason that one of their main objects of hibernation U tuch a to put the subjsct beyond the easy of man. The very first conclusion at which a ponou would jump, following up an inductive lino of reasoning, U that of all other places in the world especially fitted for hibernation In every particular ossential (and not worth much for anything el) the Arctic country is the inoit likely to be so used, nnd I am afraid that inot ideas hivo bjon nrrivod nt by this jumping nt them instead of by porsoual observations. WHAT TUB INDIANS SAY. IYobably in the study of the habits ...

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. — 18 December 1885

I .1 THE BOOKKEEPER. .T. M. Jlorrni la The Current.) "Coward P Tbero vrai a ring of infinite scorn In tbi volte, and the little bookkeeper and shrank undorlt. Ha felt his Inslcnlfkaneo then if never before. Why could ho not bo n man anions monl He bad uttered tbli question mon'ally a bundrod timoi, but bo nerer felt hU littleness as he did that night when that one word of contempt and scorn fell from tlio full rod lipi of Janet Lyon. Klio wm the acknowledged belle of the Muskegon valley, tho daughter of the senior member of the linn of Lyon, llalgbt fi Co. Jatiot svas not a child of fashion, but n strong-, healthy child of the pint) wood. Muskegon was the ond of the world to her, and at the sumo time of which vte vsrlto wai a mere village, with no rallwny connection with the oiltildo world. It wim yet the lumboropolM of western Michlguu, and rapidly grotying In iuiortmire. It wa at a uance In a log hoio near Maplo Top (hat Mark Fnriilmm rvcolvotytho rebuke described. A great, linkin...

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. — 18 December 1885

Interior louriml UNSECURED JFREAKS. STRANGE CURIOSITIES THAT SHOWMEN CAN NOT ENGAGE. Wliut n Museum ainnaser Ha to Sny ritrntiso lliiiiuin lloltic India mul South Africa Money Spout In Wild Cooso Cltnscs. H'hlUJelphla Newt. ''Thare are many Iraakt auJ natural curl osltlo) known to ba in exUtouce tu interest inj, If not mora so, than any which bavo heretofore bcon placaJ on exhibition, which alt the enterprise of niueuiu men, or nny of tha circus nge.nU hnvo not been able to secnr Tnoss," continual n well-known museum manager, "u.ivo bean locatol by tho profession, mil thousands of dollars havo bjen exponiel In unsuccessful attempts to procuro tham for exhibition. Thus iu ManJolny there u a hairy family, mcIi member of which U covered from head to foot with hair. Warner, the well-known circus agent, has bjjn flva tims to Mancielay enloavorinj wcuro them. Thoy ara attacbol to soma p.'tty court, and tho peopla will not allow them to leava lie country "That is just tho trouble. In easte...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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