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Semi-Weekly Interior Jourp
Publtshod Every Tuesday and Friday
iV2 Pinit YKAR IN- ..VJO
not so paid 32. 60 will he charged.-
K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD.
Vriia ilowund at 7:00 a. ra., returning
"l.'&n. local time card.
IXail train going Notch
" " South
(Express train " South
5cal Freight North
The latter train also carry passengers
Ths above it calculated on standard time
ime it about 10 minutet faster.
A. S. PRICE,
..t Jj pta
it 51 pin
. jo;i ra
Drug Store in the i
VITAL TO MANHOOD.
Ymt& &&? EllAIM .
QUEEN & CRESCEHT ROUTE.
Gotnr North trains ps Junction City as follows:
Vestibule starts 6 a m. Vestibule
Limited-.- p. m Local t.ip m, Florida
Clouted 3:13. t in
O. Vestibule d iS p. m. Florida
Claitedia.ua m Local 1153 p. ra.
Vestibule arrives S 40 p m.
A cream of tarter baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening
strength. United States
Government Food Report.
SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
106 Wall Street, New York.
THE RILEY HOUSE
F. B. RIJjEY.'iProprletor,
London, - - - Kentucky.
.1 hive moved to my new Hotel and am better
prepired than erer to accommodate the public
Good Livery attached and every convenience d-sited.
Give me a call.
77 FRANK RILKY.
Da. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BIUIN TREAT
Easily I)lioeiI Of.
Undo EH Johnson, who was tho oldest
colored resident, of a Now England
town, possessed what ho himself called
"powers ob expoundin." Tlieso powers
were exercised on nil occasions and in
many different ways and had broucht
their owner no small degreo of local celebrity.
"Wat does folks mean when dey
speaks ob 'lookin n gif boss in do niouf,'
Uncle Eli?"' asked Pompey Leono ono
day as ho stopped at tho old man's woodshed
for a little chat.
"Wat does dey mean?" queried Undo
Eli, who usually "toinporized" u littlo
before making his wise replies.
returned Tompey. "I often
hoard folks say as if it wa'n'tsnfotolook
a gif boss in de mouf."
"Well, ob course it ain', chile; ob
course it nin" said Undo EH. whoso
mind was in a condition to work rapidly
after the short respite afforded by
reiteration. "Yo' see, Pomp, dnt
'gif is jesa a condection, so to speak, ob
'giftfd,' an when folks speaks ob n 'gifted'
Ikks w'at does yo' intorlocate doy's
Pompey shook his bend, overpowered
either by the question or tho remarkablo
language in which it was eonched.
"Sho. now, chile, am it iiossiblo vo
don t dat simple notion?" o.-
I claimed the wio one, liftiug bis hands
in apparent amazement. "W'v. it's jess
like dis. A 'gifted boss is ono dat's got
'rower?, powera ob I'arin, powers ob kick- i
in, jHiwers ob conductin hisse'f gen'lly. )
An don'yo' see. chile, dat when folksstops ,'
up to dat kind ob a boss an makes as if i
dey iorsumpted to look in hit) mouf w'y,
tiat noss no jess naclielly excises ob his
powers, an ltnnfsafe obcourso itainV'
"Yo' sutt'nly is a mons'ous easy expounder."
said PomiHy, with gratifying
astonishment freely displayed in
"Oh, jess middlin," said Undo Eli,
waving off further commendation with
his right hand, in which ho hud grasped
the saw preparatory to beginning work
again, "jess middlm easy, dat's all. Any
simple ques'ion like dat ob course I can
declnrify right off, but dey Is qncs'ions
dat would take mo a conserblo timo to
abjndicatecomplete." Youth's Companion.
A 1'ut Up Job.
"Girls," ho said dejectedly as ho sat
with his head resting on his hand, "girls
make mo weary."
"What's tho matter now?" inquired his
"Well," ho went on spasmodically, "I
went to seo that Linwood girl last night;
she's been holding mo off for a month;
wanted me to pop, I'm suro; kept hinting
every night I went there that I was
staying too late, but I never took tho
hint; girls have a wny of shying at a
chap in that style; they read about it
in the papers; last uiaht I mado nn
iny mind to nail her to tho mast;
talked right alone for I don't know
i'&ssHsss'SS!t W TvflTl yarned two ?,r threo
jUerjhoI or tobneep. Wakefulness, Mental Depression! times, but I never let Up; finallv I got
SSKS'nli't'SS' o'SASta?? S Where l Kt w the place to xnako
??3e,I5r1"ler',c'x'I'?po,,!ncr.Le'D"!anndai the break, and was jnst on tho point
ffiXtg2fi. of asking her when the clock began to
6fc7rM.bVmaii. vm, A"' ""J " tfiSitt biriKe5 couaieu up io rj and natl no
tJvlUaend written euaranteo to refund Knnt'mirsrt idea it Was SO late: clock kent on
rShl'.'Ay. WEST'S LIVER PILLS W nn.1 I L-in,l of nvl anA UA
;CurosHick IIeaIche, Ulllousne, Liver
A. R.PENNY, Stanford, Ky.
.IK VOU ARE GOING.,
NORTH or WEST.
Loukvillc Nashvilii R. R.
Js the line for you, as its
"Double Dally Trains
Make close connections at
LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI
For all points.
THVOUGH TICKETS SOLD.
UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
For any information ejquire of
JOES. RICE. Agent,
Or Stanford, Ky
W. A. McQUOW.V, Trav. Pass. Agent,
Junction C ty, Ky
John H. Castleman.
A. G. Lanbatn
B ARBEE & CASTLEM AiN
Commerce Building, Louisville
A(ott throughout the South.
W, A. TSIBBLE, Local Agent,
S Swift's Specific S
Blood and Skin
s Diseasis s
SA reliable cure for Contagious O
Blood Poiaon, Inherited jf
O fula and Skin Cancer. G
t A" tonic for delicate Women a
and Children it baa no equal.
purely vegetable, U harm- O
I tea in it affects. W
SA treatise on Blood and. Skin Dla- ft
eaaca mailed rnn on application.
O JtrvyoUts Bell It.
swift srtum; uu.,
Orawtr AtlMta, fla. '
stop for it; it didn't stop, thongh; girl
began to snigger; clock kept right on;
then I began to get warm; when tho old
clock had struck G7, it laid down and
quit; then beforo I had a chance to get
my second wind the old man sung out
from the head of the stairs, 'Say, Lizzie,
if that fellow is gointr to remain much
longer after the clock has struck 07 he
won't get homo till some time next week,
will he?' and I got up and left. Now,
what do you think of that, mother?" and
the mother got the camphor bottle and
gavo it to her boy. Detroit Free Press.
His hair rippled away from his brow,
and the true poetic firo shone in his eyes,
although he was as yet head salesman in
a shoo store.
"Sir," he exclaimed dramatically,
"dear as your daughter is to mo now, I
feel that she will be yet dearer."
The old man gazed upon his
"My boy," he rejoined, "I should hasten
to cackle. You just wait till hor
trousseau is worn out. Dear? Well,
Tho youth stood transfixed in a hypnosis
of horror. Detroit Tribune.
Gus de Smith was quite lato in arriving
nt a soireo given recently by a prominent
Harlem lady. "When he arrived,
ho immediately sought her presence, and
having found her said:
"I beg a thousand pardons for coming
"My dear sir," replied the lady, "you
can never come too laro."
Gus thinks this is n hint to stay away
altogether. Texas Siftings.
At Liberty to Fill tliu lllarik.
"But this is rhyme, sir," said the long
haired caller in astonishment, "and not
"I spoke of it as 'blank verso, sir," replied
the editor, handing tho manuscript
back, "to save your feelings. It wasn't
the word I really had in my mind."
Professor Stone To the geologist a
thousand years or so are not counted aa
any time at all.
Man In tho Audience Great Scott I
And to think I made a temporary loan
of $10 to a man who holds such views!
A Winkles Anfel.
Bilson Jimson seema to be devoted to
Timson No wonder. She is the most
angelic creature I over saw. Why, I believe
sho could even keep a girl. New
Mamma Did you have a pleasant
time over at Lottie's?
June Yea, just lovely. She waa away
from home. Chicago Inter Ocean.
J Our town has a luuv stock of goods
opened up in it again.
A Sunday-school has been orcanized
Ht Hright'fl school house, with Grit
superintendent, to be held tach
J. A. Hammonds wishes to exprrs's
his thankH to those who hauled his new-
stock of goods out free of charge and also
many others who ollered their teams
and hands if needed.
J. J. Widker sold a line, fat cow to
Russell, of D.tnville, at 3c and some
bunba weighing nbout "0 pounds nt 1 Jr.
W. D. Snow sold him some butcher stun"
to go in about a month Ht 3c. A number
of farmers have been arranging to
ship their lambe thetiistlvbH, as tlicy are
expected to be dull auln. It is to b
hoped that our friend, 1). X. Prcwitt,
will have a chime to get some money
out of them thia swsw and will ship all
in this eoiiiiiiiinitv. The hay company
here lifts sold to J. A tt .1. It. Robiutoii,
of Middit'fetHiro, R lot Ht 50c ptr liuudrwi
on carat Lancaster. John Twmy, the
mule man, bought soino nmlts here last
week at SoO to $. for medium mart'
colls, to bo deliverad Otitobcr 1st O. 1".
llright has Ins lambH sold nt ;-l per head.
Mis. Jolin Lewis Yakey has u turkiy
hen that has hud oS egus this SfMoou.
. Still limit.
Nervous Wife I hoar a burglar.
Nervous Husband Woo! I'll crawl
under tho bed and see if ho is there.
N. Y. Weekly.
I am now read
I J .Wirv. 3 t
Lady of the House I am a poor,
lone widow, sir; and
flagged Haggard I'd like to accommodate
you, ma'am; but I am ulready
to dellsei tranufactuied lie
rd Factory locustcners rcctilarlv
every momlnj: at the rate ef FIFTY CKMS
PER HUNDKKD POUND l.OKSand over.and
at 75c In smaller lot".
10 E. UHEMHH, Stafford.
D. S. CAHFENTEH,,
At the well. known old stand ol J. II. Greeu, in
Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky.
Hat just receistd a beautiful line of
Surreys, Phaetons, SBr.ggies.I&c.
Call and see his stock and cet his prices which
are lower than anybodys. 11 you want a nice set
of harness, a whip or a duster
JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER.
YEAGER & YEAGER,
vmi feed m nmm stash,
Special Hates to Commercial Men.
II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but
first-class turnout will leave our stable. See us
lor rates. In our
You will find a ood assortment of Harness,
Saddles, Ac. Have sour repairing done by
our mau he understands his business. We have a
mechanic in our
Will cuiraMcctmt. class work
prices 1 iv our nurse snoer
Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest
machine on earth.
To tho Public : Since its discovery by Daniel
liooue nearly a century nr more ago the locslity
ot Crab Orchard springs has Uen thn Mecca of
health and pleasure seekers. With Its healing
waters, oronlc atmosphere and surroundings,
it at once affords to the enervated and
dol ilitated a Hope and a Sanitarium.
The vicinity abound with scenes to charm the
Painter and inspire tne Poet, Sylvan walks for tho
t.ovcr, embowered Drtes for the weary. Howling,
Milliard and Dancing Halls for the light hearted,
and Hunting for the sportsmen. Kspccial attention
is given to the cuisine.
Terms moderate. From $8 toi5 per week, lor
further information, apply to
UUs llUrMAi, I'ror.
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Linnietta Park Springs
Junction City Post-Office,
BOYLE COUNTY, KY.
OPEN JUNE 1ST, 1894
The Linnietta Spring Co. take pleasure In announcing
to Its patrons and the public generally
tbet thy - I'.ied this popular resort and hae
placed the management iu charge of Capt. Thomas
Hichards, whose proverbial politeness and attention
insmss pleasure and comfort to Its guests.
The culinary department will be under the spe
cial charge of Mrs. Sallle Richards, whose qualifications
are too well known in that capacity to
need comment in this notice.
A good Band has been employed lor the season.
There will be dancing every evening and special
hop every Friday evening. The grand opening
ball rrldsy evening, June 15.
LINNIETTA SPRINGS CO., Props.,
Thomas RiChadi, Manager.
Two Lives Savod.
Phorbe Thomas, of Tunclion City, 111., wat
told br hrr doctors she ha
ad consumption and tha
then was no hope for liel.tnu two bottles of Ir
Kins s New Discovery completely cured her and
sho s.i) ltsaed her life Mr 1 hos. Kgpcrs, tv)
Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dread
fill cold, appnuchinc consumption, tried ithotit
result everything eltu then bought one bottle ol
Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was
cured, lie Is naturally thanklul. It is suci re
nulls, of which there are samples, tint piovo the
wonderful cTicacy of this medicine In coughs and
rolds Free trial bottles nt A U l'enny's Drng
store Kegular sue joe and $1 I
This remedy is becoming so well known
popular its tn need no special mention. All who
have used hlectric Hitters sing the same sour of
praise A purer l -s nnt rsitt aad It is
guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Kleclrlc
ilitiers ill cure all diseases of the l.lverand Kidneys,
will remote IMmples, Moils, Salt Ithcum and
other nrTvctrans caiied by impure blood; will
drive malaria from the system and ptutrnt as
well a cure all malarial fevers I'orcHrool Head
ache, Constipation and tndieslien, tiy Klecirk
IIHteis. Kntire satialac lion (iiarauteeil or money
rcluaded. l'rlie soc and 5i pr battle at A .R
l'enny's drug siiho.
I have to little grand htldien who are teething
tbik hot autrnnir weather and ate troubled
with bowel complaint. I aive thesa Chambeilala's
Colic, Ch Jint Uiaerhnea Reasedr and it act
lite a charm I ear. wily 1 ecosasneDsl It fut children
ith bowel trouhlts. I was mvself taaesi
with a nesete a tack of bloody flus with eraasfs
and pains in my sl mach cae third of a Inttle ' f
this r 1 med cured sue Wlihm it hours I was out
it bed an t uoiug my house work. Mrs. W. L.
Itimtjii lion aqia, litctnssa Co. I'enn. l'"or
sale by Dr. ?. O Hocker, lruKarast, iKrd.
"M.mv 01 ine ctilitra ol falnstllle, lad, are
never without a bottle o4 Cftamberiajn's Conga
llesaesly la the haute," says lacob wvwra, the
leadi k merchant of the place. 1 his Iteracsly ha
proven of much l lor enlda, cronp and
wlioopinc cough in childresi, that few moth t is wko
knao its woitn are W'lllor to b without it Pot
sale b) Dr.S. ('.. Ilucker, llrxgft.t, Sunrott.
Sassxi tie agts 1 was troubled with an attack
ritetimatistti. I used
WTsets Baby w ck, w jftv iter OaMort.
When h!i h ClitM. V erted far OMtortt,
When mt lieentrw H1. rim etarn; w CnaMHv
When ah Itnd Ck4Mrii, ehe ge v thR CnstsKU.
ChattibvrUlsi'i I'jla Halm
ami was completely cured. I kv stac advised
raaay of my itiends and customers to try the remedy
ami all sptaV highly of It. Simoa (toldbaum,
Sn l.ais Key, Ckl. For eale by Dr. S. O. Hacker,
1 he best salve In the workl tor cuts, btuisesi
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chipped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruption
It positively cures piles or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to rise perfect sitnlacti' a
or money retundej I'mo ic cents per btx,
Kersale br A. R. I'ennv, SUnlord. Kv.
Ladies, Your Attention, Please.
My Stock of Millinery
It bei t rapidlv opened and it embraces rsery
thing pretty an 1 stylish, 1 have engaged Miss
Julia Mitt, of Cincinnati, to trim for me S te is a
lady of much experience and taste and Is sure to
Rue satisfaction. An examination of coxta is
to MRS l'OKIK I (.Ol RTs.
Weara authoritsd to announce
Hon. J AS. H. McCREAKY
A candidate for Representative In Conerets. suh.
joet to the action ol tho Democratic party of the
Kighth Congressional District ol Kentucky,
G. . SMILEY
Is a candidate lor Juilicn ol the I'eace in the
nrcclnct. subicit to the srii.m ( thn
I.. R. ADAMS,
la a candidate for Justice of the Peace In the
precinct; subject to the action of the democratic
Fancy : Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic
Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, Cigars.
Headquarters lor almost anything
you want. When you wantja first-class
meal for 25c, call on him.
All kinds nf Carrlase and llusey Tops, Dashes
REPAIRED AND RECOVERED
In First-class stjle and at Satisfactory Prices
Canute i'aiutc r and 1 nr mer.
StaU J Ky
DR. S. G. HOCKER,
The Drug-Store Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your
Drugs, School Supplies,
School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds,
Liquors for Medical Purposes.
The Best Goods for the Least Money,
Call and see us.
S. G. HOCEER, The Druggist.
: GO TO
W. H. HIGGINS,
Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Cotton
Hose, Rubber Hose,
Iron Clad Hose, Reels, &c, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire and Fly
Fans. Screen wire doors and windows made to order.
W. H. HIGGINS.
m je& r rrrz
SwoV V swusaoaal aaaB rMaaaiaaw
What, why my money on every purchase not made at the
Horse Store of
McKinney & Hoeker,
Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too
CALL OIsT TIKIEJIiVL"
For almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever.
McKINNEY & HOOKER.
WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN?
It n.sns that th.Qu.tn nj Crs.rat Rent. I, It mll.i short.
between and LciUiuu; tjmil.j stiorist Clnclnustl t
.Omilr. .'.ii.rteit ( laclnnltl Orltuis; IMlullvti liurt.it
Cincinnati to Chttttaaoc., AtUau, r JaeksonrUli, 1'Iorl la.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS
t.twetn sll of the aW. polnU. Thron.h Car. t VlcksVnr.
Oalv Has ninnlne ibron.li cars Cinrunatl tv Knoi.ill. snt
Aili.Tlll., .V ('. Irirrrt lln. t T.i.s ni Sltiko sis New tlrl.sn. nr
vis Shrti. port. Ask anu sVout tours U C.UfjrnU. Kmm I.ouI.tiIU.
Sh.ltijvlll. an I Laartne. liars, dlrl .onn.cU'a Is maJs at Lcsia.Wa
with TsiUbulca Uilns u all pvlata SvuUi.
Oso'l Tus'r Aicat, CiacUutl, 0.
lJj QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. v
Ui 'i i.S, , il
m I i m i ITTT!
.aU .."". t. ,""L I "V "
.- - . V ,(iw..J jjAas
Two doors stove Always on hand
Tho Nohic3t and Nicest Goods?
Can be had In the market Prices lower than the
lowest Mot.tnlne Roods a si 'laity. Call and
esitmine befi"e biiylne
MAHY DAVIS DUDDKRAK.
Mrs. Kate Duddtiar, Manager. Stanford, Ky
Mot's Vertical Fed S.rvinj Mm
Are lh h.1 htcauH! 'hey run lighter an I on do
a greater .jriety sf work than auy other sewiliK
Ladles of Lincoln County
Are cof ' ally mvltml tu call at the M Asaph
Hotel an '. esamlne the machine, as wall as sun
pies of it. oik. McMUKRAV IIRDn,
1 Stsntord, Ky
1R. W. B. PENNY
Off 5uthSiU Main St., In office recently
vacs' J by Dr. I.ee F. HtiHisiaa, Slaulnril, Ky
Higgins & Watts,
All of Coal,
OV ARl. .
I am just hsrk Irom the ities with a large and
veil selected slk of Ml LI ISKHV. - h. h I w.lt
sell cheaper than ever Uiss Laura Jsti.y, a
perior tiimmer Irons Cincinnati, hsseajaed with
me and I can (usrrntec satisfaction in every
Call aad see my trends.
t l . 1 11 .A-
for a. ......
Refreshing Bath. Hot or
itjli h Hair Turn or Cls.u
Cook fc Fiirmor'B Bnrbor
The Myers House,
I W. GREEN. Proprietor
Stanford, : : : Kentucky.
I an still running this llnirl and
will continue tr yive ray gois the lilst alien
tun as well as the best the msrkct afturds.
pecial Attention to tho Travel
r n.n you vrsat turnout come to
Prices to suit the hard times. Call or leave o.der
at the Myers House Office
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF STANFORD. KY.
Capital Stock S200.000
Surplus 2 1 ,300
Attention of the public is invited to the fac
that this is the only National Hank in Stanford
Under the provisions of the National Hank Act
depositors are secured not only by Ihs capital
itock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an
amount equal to the stock, .a th.i ..,...,.. .
this Institution sr secured by a fund of JWooo.
live iworn statements of thecondllion ' the bank
are made each yearto the Uulted States government
and itaasacts are ...mined at stated times
by government agents, thus secunug addititoaa
snd perfect ssfety in depositors.
This institution, originally established as Ihs
Deposit Hank of Stanford In itsl, then
tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iMs and
(ain First National Hank ol
btanlord in iSej, has had practically an uninterrupted
existence of si years It is better supplied
now with facilities f.r transacting business prompt
ly and liberally than ever before in its long and
honorable career A counts of corporations fiduciaries.
Grins and Individuals respectfully solic
The Directoty ol this Hank is composed C
Korestus Resd, Lincoln county;
K. T. Harris. L.nroln;
.' G. A. Lackey, Lincoln;
J. W. HaydM, Stanford;
S.H. Ilaughmaa, Lincoln,-J.
S. Mocker. Stanford;
W. A. Trllrisfe, Stsnfurdi
il. D. Elmore, Stanford;
T. P. Ilill.Stanford.
K. L. Tanner, McKinney;
J-Miller, Mi. Vernon
John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier;
A A McKinney. Assistant Cashier.
farmers Rank&Trnsl Co
Is now fully orgauiied and ready lor business with
Paid Capital of
up - - $200,000.
Surplus, . 20000.
SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL
HANK OK STANFORD,
Now dosing upl with the samt asstl and undai
tne same management,
' By provisions of its chatter, depositors are a
fully protected a am depositors in National
Hanks, it shareholders beinr held n.liw,.l...llu
..lianleto the extent of the amount of their stock
imr.Vnn. " lht.pV, value h'80'. in dduion to th
f smount invested In
such shares. Ii m. .n ..
!Ut!0r dra'nif0'. trustee, Ac, as fully as
To those who entrusted their buUlness to us
while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol
?. f. .Ld " her? ""derour many thanks and
trust they will continue to transact their business
with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt
,amril, t,wtny !'' eaperience la
banking and a liberal accommodations as are
with sound banking.
J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon;
S. H. Shanks, Stanford;
J. S. Owaley, Stanford;
S J. Embry, Stanford;
J. U. Owsley, Stanford;
J. V.; Cash, Stanford;
William Gooch, Stanford;
A. W.;Carpenler,MtlledgevilU, Ky
W. H. Cummins, Prtachersvills
S, H.:Shsnls, President,