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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 6 April 1886

Sent & in titefiof nmfm d VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1886. NO. 113. tttmorouriral VnbUvlicil TttCKititV (tin! Fl'litnyn -AT a xiiJit oahii. understood ir we credit thl JI.50 will U peeled and demanded. W. P. WALTON. G0ff0 f$r JRtPLETT The p rewni e.lltorof the Frankfort Dai y Capital, Hou George Vet Tiiplett, wu lorn in that citr January 30, 1S5'J, nnd I s ion of Hon. K Triplell, now State Sen ator from the Owentboro district Aficr attending the Oeniboro rohoolfl, Mr. Trltilett went to Oilic at Lexlneton i!ur In the ecalon of 1871-5 ami afterward, en If red Central Uulveralty at Richmond, where he sudualed both io the and I.iw FcWl Entered the aenlor c1m of Yale College In 1870, hut afterwards returcoi to IlicHunnd and was ailuilttitl to the bar in June, 1S7C. Hsturnlni; he practiced his profeulon till 1870. when ho brotme editor of the Jiiaminer newapeper then?. la 18S0 h went to Waahitikton nnd for a lime held an edllmWt paition on the Daily iW but returned 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. — 6 April 1886

Stanford, Ky., - April 0, 1886 W. P. WALTON. It i absolutely disgusting to lead the weak attempts to make capital for themselves now indulged in by the lawmakers both in Congress and in tho Legislature, on the labor question. Little a'ses, who have nothing to entitle them to public notice except tho longneis of their ears and their ability to br.iy, are trying to make a record that will catch tbo vote of tko poor, downtrodden laboring man nod givo themselves another leate of power to draw the public pap. All tho talk in tho Kentucky about convict labor is the shesrest nonsense ncd demagogy and those who air themselves mostly on it are doing it solely for their own advancement. Tho same may be said about those Congressmen nLo voted and argued for tho O'Neill arbitra tion bill, which, notwithstanding its doubtful constitutionality and the demoralizing effects on labor which would result from its becoming a law, passtd the Houso by the overwhelming vote of 195 to 30. Col. Breckinridge ...

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 April 1886

I 1 p Stanford, KyM April 0, 1886 E. O. WALTON, - UuBlnoen Manasror. I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mell train going North......................... 1 M r.M. Bouth ............ -12 15 r, u, Kxvre strain" Bouth...... ...... IJIAiM. " Notb....... ... 3 03A.M, The hjOto Ji calculated on standard time. Solar ueli about 30 minute faster; LOCAL NOTICES. Lakdiietii'b Garden Heeds nt A StnuRV. LAK)nuTii'rt Rin1en iiwd In bulk aud pickiiKex at Penny A McAlIsterV. Watches end Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranto! by Penny A McAHo Buy the Haas Hog ltemedy, the orlKi aal and only Ktnuine, from Penny A ' mMPi.trrr. stock of lewolry, latest .t?. ''....I watrbr a siveclalty. Pea nr A McAlister. Mill! PERSONAL. Hei.kn JlUFi'MAH, of Huston- rills, Is vI'UtnK Mr. L. F. Huffman. Miss Annie Holme, of Crab Orchard, Is Ylaitlnjr. at Mm. Dr. J. O. Carpenter's. Ml(8 Mahm. Wiwiiit, of the natRhborhood, it yisIiIor MIm Tilllo Hall. Mb. ahd Mns. U. II. Pamc, of Richmond, were the guwla of Mr. and Mr. Geo. II....

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 April 1886

,vJf foarna! TEE MOUND-BUILDERS. SACRIFICIAL AND EFFIGY MOUNDS IN WISCONSIN AND ELSEWHERE. UnU tho Incllnn Mound l'alntod Out Aro Not Oontiluo Aslntlc Origin of tlio People lio Mined Copper in tlio LuUo Superior Iteclou. Iii the realms of nrchreolojry ami undent history tlicro aro many suapoloss things that glvo to tlio mind no clow by which they can bo Identified, but no figure in tbo wholo gamut is mora vaguo than an Indian mound. One- authority speaks ot an Indian mound as a common grave, such as ono meets with In any cemetery. Tho average farmer, driving his city guost over country roads, points with bis w hip into an adjacent Held at a circular hillock, with tho baso liko a charcoal pit and r.slng mora gradually to a point near tho top, Buying: "That's au Indian mound.' As tho ust show his interest in tho subjoct and strains his eyes to catch sight of tho object, tho accommodating farmer keeps pointing out tho mounds overy little way. In truth, half tho mounds pointed out aro n...

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. — 9 April 1886

Semt WukU lit efto (W mtfn VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1886. NO. IU. Inleriorlournal I'nbtlulteit TiichiIiiuh ntttl Frltlau -AT 8'J X13U A.NNUftl, OAHH. understood If we credit that $1.50 will bo expected and doinsnJed. W. P. WALTON. The Kentucky Congressmen It In rcporlnl here that iho Kentucky branh li full o( patriots with Conjcreiiiloniil Mplratlon. Gentlemen from that land nar that the will lis hot old tlmea in tbo First, Second, Ninth, Tenth nuil E'eventh district. Mr. Stone' in of oihImIoh linn been hi failure to eel ny of the While Hotioe persimmon for the hungry democrat of tic (sibralier district. Thia de plorable ln la not due to any inactirity or zeal on the put of Mr Stone, but ntherto his Inexperience in hacdllrt: the pole which knock Iho Koldeo frtitt. I'olk Lif fooo'tf greatest enetnio re the friend of Jim Clay. They charge that while Jim, a member of the lwt Consreia, was here doing all manner of Rood thing for hie conatltueot, I'olk wai running over t...

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. — 9 April 1886

$ onnwl Stanford, Ky April 0, 1880 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Cireull Juilce J. W. Ar.con. Commonwealth's Attorney R. C. V?aiem. " County JudgoT. W. Varnon. " Mrcult C'lerK J. r. IUilky. " County Clerk-U. II. Coopkb. D. Nmvlasd. " County Attorney D. K. CisrENTnn. ' Asenr K. D. Kkwhbdt. Jaller-B. M. 0vk.cs. , , . , " Superintendent Common A. Beo t K " Surrey or-F. B, Uowakd, The strike on (he Missouri Pacific baa rceullcd most dknstriously to tho Knights of Labor. Thej are mill out but tho traffic ia approaching its normal condition with now men in tho places of thoso who struck unadvisedly and almost without a grievance. Mr. Hoxle, the general manager, BSJS Ll! lilio . mo lUtlll llU I..U L3v ent, and ia able lo handle oil tho freight he has cars for. Mr. Powderly admits that the strlko was a most deplorable mistake and should not havo been made till every means of adjustment had been tried and failed. Tho result clearly demonstrates that the knights aro not half sq all pow...

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. — 9 April 1886

Vi UM Stanford, Ky., Mall train going North., PERSONAL. April 0, 1880 E. O. WALTON. Buslnooa Mnnoaror. U, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, " " " oomn. ,,.,..... .. Uxnruilmlli" South... .... ' v now ..Mm ' M P. tf, (.Mali 13 F M, 3(....M....t.t.M.t. 1 8'J A. M. 2 M A. U, fhoijors li calculated on standard time, me Is about 20 minutes tutor. Bolar LOCAL JIOTICES. Garden Hcwla nt McIMurt A HtnifftV. Lan.jiiktii'ii garJen seel In bulk ami package nt I'enny & MoAllitei'tf. Watch nnd Jewelry rcpnlred on shor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlb r. Buv the Haas IIor Kcmedy, the original nnd only Ronulne, from Penny , , A oostrMrrE stock of Jowolry, latest style. Ilcckford watches a specialty. Pen ny A McA lister. Miss Ida VanAiudalk returned to Harrodsburjr, Wednesday. Mrs 8 8. MoIlrjiEiiTaIsdown with n light attack of pneumonia. Miss Kate Giumes has cono to Dan tlllo to visit Mri. Mary Fields. 8am 0 Hardin announce himself an Independent candldato for County Attorney of Clinton. Thomitik Cooper...

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. — 9 April 1886

y 1 Ml lournal IN OklAT DISTRESS. PEflSISTENCE AND INGENUITY OF THE PROFESSIONAL PAUPER. Cauro-of a Woman silt h an Inrallil and Three Sutlerlng Chtlilrcn Tha Taclal Muaclo Thoroughly Under Professional Whine. Tin in grent distress, sir I nnd I roalljr don't know whom to appeal to. 51 y husband is lying sick in tho hospital leaving mo with thrva children at homo and no food to put into their mouths. Tho landlord snysbo'U turn us into tlio strvot at the end of tho week." The speaker was n woman of about middle nge, of shabby genteel appearance, s ith wan, wrsirUexl face In which each feature seemed to vlo with its neighbor in tho expression of (loop-Mated, unrompromblng melancholy. The man appealed to was Handing talking to tun others In front of a Now York hotel, and hi ill-it inclination was to say: "I'vo ntlhhur for you!" but, turning to do so, ho was struck ith tho evident helplessness of tho woman M portrayed In her nnd tho pleading tones of her voice. hLs himl went into his poc...

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 April 1886

IT. I !t I Love in commonly described t n illeve ol the heart. Thl is true to a (treat extent, but not altogether correct. The diagnosis of love is simple. There is generally a great deal o(pilplalon of heart, and symptom of eoftenlnr; ol the bralu; the murclesol the fscs fnqaeotiy present a relaxed condition, and there is & distant, faraway look abant Ihe contenance at limes. At other timt there is a soft, subJueJ look about the eye; there is always more or less involuntarr of the facial wus clea and the joor vlciim k0'' around with very appearance of havinic the Saint Vitus dance. There Is a general derange, ment of Ihe nerrmi .yitrm; tun uflTr I feverish and csillr by spll, and there U always a certain amount of delirium; the appetite cravtM something eour. The con stitutlon h terribly shattered and there is a stranjofetl.nt o'mene bjut tho while system. Live attack b lib exes at all age, but ciinihsU its sevaritT reversely in each Youn;; glr'e and olJ man get it the worst. T...

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 April 1886

i mllltn Stanford, Ky., ' - ' April 13, 1880 W. P. -WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Ju ike J W, ALCortf. " Comaioiiwe.il h' Attorney It. C Wabibi. " County Judge T W. Varmon. " Circuit Ciork J. P. Dauby. ' County Clerk-O. B. Coorna. ' D Nkwlaxd. " Couotr Attorney D. 11. CAirEMTsa. . " AiseMor E. D. KSKKBDY. Jailer 8. M. Offiits. 11 Superintendent A. UoaLK " B, Howard, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, Tho Hod. Jjbn Welsh, crat and a newspaper man. Henry Brum, of Louisville, was drowned Saturday in the Ohio, the small boat in which he was paddling about having capsized. This is the first death due to the flood that has occurred at that place. The Ohio river continues to fall at Cincinnati and Louisville, and all danger from the flood at those places seems to have passed. The Mississippi, however, is ris ing and is within G inches of the danger line at Memphis. The Senate by a vote of SO to 13, papa-ed the bill providing for the admission of Washington Territory as a State. The democrat...

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 April 1886

Stanford, Ky., April 13, 1880 E. O. WALTON. Uualnoau Manno-or. I. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train going North m - IMmi. ' Boulh IJISr.v, Bvpiottttatn" 8outh.,..M... ........ 1 Si a.m. " ' Woih........ ...,. 2 08 A. u, Tn joto ii calculated on standard tltno. Bolar u.ls about 20 minute iasterl LOCAL NOTICES. iAHRHrTii'. Garden bda at McHiberU LAN.Hir.Tii' garden Med in bulk and pjckagci at Penny & McAllstcrV. Watoiib nnd Jewelry repaired on ahor notloe and warranted br Penny A McAIls ar. Buy the Hmh Ho Kemedy, the original aud only genuine, from Penny A 00Mri.irri! stook of jewelry, lateat ilyle. KeVWl waUhi n specialty. Penny A MoAliMcr. PERSONAL. II. C. Dhyk, of Hustonville. wag in (own yesterday. Mi?.iIIki,en Itr.it, of Huelonvllle, la tidtlng Mr. J. P. Ihiley. Rev. J. M. UnucE and wife have returned from a visit to Garrard. Miss Lizzie Faiim returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Dinvlllo. Mu. K. V. Tninnu:, of Madison, baa been ybdttns hh slater, Mr. P. P. Miaa Ann...

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 April 1886

v(j HOW SENATORS DRESS. THE SENATE WELL-CLOTHED WITH NO SWELL FANCIES OR CONCEITS. Garb of Dm Chief Members of the Upper Ilauic jfConjjross ItoivOutwnrd Habiliment! Arc In llnrinniiy with tin Character of the Inward Man. Senator Edmunds dressas In ovnet counterpart of hU character sovero and uncompromising. While bis garments are of excellent material, they oro Invariably put together upon tho same style and cut his being wholly confined to tho rare lwrfod when ho dons a new suit. His clothes twin to reflect his demand for "reasons" ami "iwperV' as vrll as to signify his appreciation of thorou senatorial dignity. Senator AMrkli, of Rhode Island, is something more than good looking; Indeed, ho Is what Mould Iw called a handsome mm His dross comporta with his address, w hlch is ever courteous and considerate Senator Allison, of Iowa, drosses with great caro and circumspection, presenting tho npiwamneo of eminent rapectablllty and intelligence. His clothes fit him to perfection, and ho...

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 April 1886

Semi ktf m ri rf : 0 ntrfio Imtftial ,o VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1886. NO. 116. Inttrioriournal 1'itbtlnliat TttcMiidux ami I'rlilaui -Area X131l VIVIVUM, OAH1I, a understood lr w. credit that 11.50 will bo expected and detusndtd. W. T. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise tho Lord. God Is Lovo and Else." Calcutta, India, F.b 18, 18S0 (Address AiickUtiil, New Z island, caro of I'oairnaattr ) Deak Ixtkuioii: -A we shall be oo the "briny deep" for 0 il.yn, at least, and time tie a, few uiOfo items o( considerable Inter eit, that I don't M to jmh over entirely. I hare concluded to send you another "Isat letter from India " After writing wy oth.r "Jul," our kind friend, Mr FelMay, a merchant of the city, who ia an old resident, and brat of chaperonea because he take such fenu Ine delight In snowing slrtngers eeery tiling of Interest in h!a pt Calcutta look Ui in hand one day, and iu a stogie round, made us acquaint! with many things that will greatly intensify in future day...

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 April 1886

i Stanrord, Ky April 1G, 1886 W. P. WALTON. TiiEretuutkab!oti83iie ol falsehoods and misreprewntMion contained in tho Inst issue of the Siaieiiot Reporter would have been noticed in our Tuesday'., paper, bat for the fact that we did not reach home from a western trip till a late hour Mon- day nigLt. Wo nre loth to think the writer has deliberately and with malice aforethought gone into the buriness of falsifying and fur chniitj'ssiko we will attribute hid statements more to igDoracce and stupidity than to design. So far Q3 the arliclo reflects on ui or failure to declare the nominee for Chairman Lynn on tho 8aturday named by tho Committee, it is effectively answered by Mr. Lynn in a letter to the editor of the Reporter, a copy of which ap pears elsewhere In this issue. The returns were not all in that day and confident that no honorable and fair-minded man would want a nomination obtained by a technicality and by the disfranchisement of the people of a whole county, we waited for Mr...

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 April 1886

I t ! nh0 Mn.J.8 City, Wednesday. Mb, 8. I. Powers returned from Kew York yeslerday. J. XtwroM Cbaio, Jn , haa engsiced a talesman for Wateri A Raney. Mn. K C. Waltom la working the mountains thlt week for hit paper. Mb. J. Steele and wife, were the gneita of her the Mtste PeTton. Mrs 8. C. Tboeueart, of Millers-burg, wis oyer a ahorl time this week, the guest of relatiTee here. MiKiBoriiu Hzxtrtx, an aunt of Sherifl Menefee, la fylng dangerously ill 6he is 82 ycara old. Mb and Mrs T.J. Foster and Mr and Mr. A. W. Carpenter were on a -Ml to Mr. Porter Btigg and wife ihta week. Mux.T. A. Greuum, of Lexington, haa taken rooms at Mm. Dr. Bourne' and will make Stanford her home for a few monthi. Mnr. Georoe H. McKinney and W. G. McKinney are tpending a few day with Mr. and Mm. Wm. Royiton In Gar- Kate WnERRiTT came over from Lancaster Wednesday and went with her iliter, Mra. W. M Bgle, to Louiarllle yesterday. HarbyT. Bpsii, of Lincoln county, his mother near thla place thU week. Mr. Bu...

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 April 1886

OANHLLE. BOTLE COUNJT. A motion (or bail in the murder ce will be argued btfore Judge Owsler on Saturday. Mr. John A. Heron will leaye for Memphis on a two weeks' visit to his mother and sister, who are livlnc in that Next 8unday is Palm Sunday when as Is customary on that day, interesting religious services will be held in St. Paul's (Csthollc) church this place Mr. II C. Wolfolk'a residence on avenue, ballt In the old colonial tyle, is nearly ready for occupancy and is a model of neitoea and convenience Dr. D C. Tucker and Mr. Jus. R Car- rijjan are mill confined to their homes with malarial troubles The children of C. 8. ' Jackson, who have had scarlet fever are convalescent. Rev. Robert Grattan Nolind, the new rector of Trinity church, will b hero the 1st or 21 Sunday in May. Mr. Noland is from Virginia, is a single man, 2S years old and is naid to be a good preacher. Mr. Al. Linney and family have gone to Linnetta Spricgs to prepare that popular resort for the reception of Summ...

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 April 1886

Semi VOL. XIV. VnbUHhcil Tuvailau ami h'riilav -IT 82 XI3K ANNUM, CASH. understood If we etedlt tint 11.50 will bo ex Ptcteri and demanded W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo ond Else" G'ALcurrA, India, Fb. 18, 1880. (Addre) AuclcUnd, New Ztalacd, care of I'ostruaiter ) TUONTINUKD FltOU LAST IJ8UK. That day'a excimloheniM with a visit to (he "Olick Holt of Calcutta," which on If exist now kit a ilone pavement, 18 feel f quare, In the rear of (tin jrrat poatofllce building. A tabltt, over the gateway juit beside It, tell us that It tuarka (be exact (pot where la the old fort of Calcutta, over a hand red and thirty ear ago, that hor rible tragedy wm eu.cted, that really laid the foundations of the British Empire ao wide and deep. For it baittned the tuemo rable battle of IMaaoy, rbre Clire with bU mere handful of t attran Anglo Israelites, and nalirn auxiliarie, completely routed the cruel wretch who waa rrspoDilble for the "Black Hole" mamacre. Iliad Macau- Is...

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 April 1886

Ih p er ior6nraI Stanford, Ky April 20, 1886 W. P. WALTON. An analysis of the vote against the bill shows that it was the short-horse, would-be politicians that defeated it. The motion to laj it on tho table was niado by D.'ck Jones, of Louisville, but it hardly matters so far ns Dlck'a political fuluro is concerned what he docs or says. Ollutt must have regarded it as he did the "d-n gambling bill" for he voted against it and so did Jackson and others of like calibre and aspirations. Bob. bitt alio voted against it. lie had not the courage to do otherwise. Next to Mr. Straus, who introduced the bill, Mr. Owans, of Scott, did tho most eflectiyo work for it. His speech ia said to have been a very fine one and with his usual force he protested against coining the sweat of honest labor into gold, to support petty criminals in idleness and comparative luxury. Jails, sd he, are overrun every winter with worthless, petty criminals, who rather choososuch quarters than the precarious chance...

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 April 1886

I Stanford, Ky., Malt train going North .....,.... Bouth... .......... Eiori.atraln" rioutu, " " ' Norn, April 20, 1880 G. O. WALTON, - OuslnosB Mauogor. I. & N. LOCAL TIME CURD. M,..,...,. 1 5 ps if. ...li 15 r. m. 1 tl AtU. HmiMtHIMMtMltlmt vO Al M f h ajovo li calculated on standard tiro. at I 4tnt 30 minute fssatsri 0Mi NOTICES. Lvnkrrth's Garden riteda a A HtflBeV Bolar git McKiberts LAM.Mirvru'a eanlen teed In bulk and package at Penny tt McAHslcr'n. WATCiira and Jewelry repaired on shor notice and warranted bjr Penny A McAlls er. Buy the Haas Hor IUmedy, the oriel oal and only genuine, from l'enny AMcAI later. A cOMri.CTK stock of Jewelry, latest tyl. ;)tc!lly. Pinny A MoAHitnr. PERSONAL. Mn. M. S. PrvTOH, another of our gooJ cltlztn, left for the West yesterday. Miss Lucy of Richmond, Vs., U vMllnj her sister, Mrs. Judge J, M. Philips Rev. A. S. Moitcti has bten quite elcjc and was unable to preach Sunday, but is better now. Mekhiu J. W, Afccomt, 11 C. Warren, W. E. Varn...

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 April 1886

T $mriral MAIN PREDOMINATES. DIMINISHED DEVELOPMENTOF NOSES EYES, EAIVS AND LIMBS. Tho Snase of Smell Clvlllioil Itnces as A Story from Popu frclcncc Legs of tlio Ditile Women Losing Their Arm. That tho brain has In later dnys of evolution mmxvoJcU In prodomlnatins nnd dominating tho whole boJy is clear enough. It is not clear that tbls has altogether bwn for our advantage. As animals wo nro not so good animals as wo wmv. Tho llttlo Australian savago gots down on all-fours and trulls lnarattdors by tho s jaj of smell This senso we havo not only lauC in degree, but in kind. Wo do not cwHprohend what tho dog's power is when ho follows his master's track by scent days after his jussago. Our noses aro no longer tho opon organs of tha llttlo but tho brain lms come down, with its influence, to turn it into an intellectual feature You can judge a good dual of n lwrson's wit and wisJom by his no; not much, however, of his power of smelling. KVESIUIIT OF A SiHTU AMEUICAN INDIAN. Tho brain is...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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