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in one half the
byDr.tf. y required. G. Hocker, drujrjrlit, 6Un
John Woods, of Carter county, a tobacco
grower of 35 years' experience,
gives this advico to farmers raising the
weed. "In tho event that frost catches
any of jour tobacco, don't rush out nnd
cut it next day, but wait three or four
days and tho earth will draw the Irost
out better, nnd the weed will ho better
than nny other way it can be handled."
Ho alao siys, "you seldom 8"e one frost
follow another sooner than three or four
From tho time that Lady Suflolk first
beat 2:30 to harness over the Beacon
course at Hoboken, N. J., in IS 15, the
world's trotting record hits beon equaled
or reduced .'15 times by 1-1 different trotters.
The advance has been steady and
gradual in the main, and shows that on
the average about five seconds marks the
progress of each decade.
A mysterious individual is engaged
in a criiHado nt Cnicago against tho woman
In hloomera. When ho eeca her
coming he leaps from his hiding place,
lashes her blooming calves with n
and disappears iu time toescapo arrest.
11, M. JackBon, chairman of tbo
democratic Congressional committee in
the Kleveuth, has railed u meeting at
London, for to day, to namo n candidate
tor Congrepa. It is more than probable
that James I). Black, of Barbourville,
will bo nominated.
When the Chinese won n battle the
othor day the Emperor was so elated
that ho presented the general with a
peacock feather holder and tho Empress
gave each of tho soldiers n box of pills.
Mrs. Theoret, of St. Generveve, Canada,
la a most remarkable woman, she Is
the mother of 17 children and is not yet
30 years old. Three pairs of twins and
two sets of triplets ia her record bo far.
Lou Chief, property of J. M. Garrett,
of Woodford county, baa been by far tho
most frequent winner in tho show ring
up to date, 20 first and threo second out
of 32 shown.
Tho National Fox Hunttra' Association
will hold a meeting nnd chase n fox
at Olympian Springs, Nov. 19. W. 'S.
Walker, of Garrard, is ono of the National
Dog soup is regarded aa tho greatest
of dellcaciea in Coreu nnd dog meHt sella
at 50 cents n pound.
It ia estimated that thero nro 1,000,-000
bicycles, valued nt5SO.000.000, In ueo
in tho United States.
The gold output of Colorado for 1S04
will reach 12,000,000, tho largest iu the
history of the State.
Those Who akk P obtkd. Will tell
you that tho finest and healthiest
sum me r resorts in the northwest are
located along tho Wisconsin Central
Lines, among which nro Lnko Villa, Fox
Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnmigo,
Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Ftfieid,
ABhland nnd Duluth. Tourists nnd
nlenmire seekers figuring on their next
summer's vacation should bear this iu
mind nnd before selecting n route d'op n
line to Jna. C. Pond, General Passenger
Agent of tho Wisconsin Ceutrnl Lines,
at Milwaukee, Wis., nnd he will 6end
you untpa, timo tables nud guide books
containing valuable information, which
are mailed free upon application.
. All Froo
Those who have used Dr. King's New DIscov
cry know its value and those who have not, have
now the opportunity to try It free. Call on tho advertised
druggist and get a tiiat bottle free. Send
your name to If. E. Ilucklcn .V Co , Chicago, aud
geta trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Tills at
writ a, icoDvof Guide to Health and Household
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Instructor tree. All 01 wnicn is guaranteed to uo
you good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's
Soo tho World's Fair for 16 Cents.
Upon receipt of your addicts and is cents in
postage stamps we will mail you our bouvemr
Portfolio of tho World' Columbian Exposition.
The regular prico is joe, but as we want you to
have one wo make the price nominal. You will
find it a work of Art and a thing to be prliod. It
contains full page views of the Krcat buildings,
with deicrlpticnsof same ami is eieiuted in the
highest style ol art. If not sattsfied with h after
you get it we will refund the sumps aud let you
keep the book. Address it, E. Huckleal A Co.,
The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruiiest
tores, ulcers, salt rheum, forer sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all akla
It positively cures piles, or no oar rcauir
d. It Is guaranteed to rive perfect satisfaction
tr money retuadea. rrice 15 cents per
?cr sal by A. K, Fenny, Suatord, Kr.
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
The great Joe Patchen's grand dam
was a pony.
Tho chestnut and ncorn crops will
be heavy thia year.
Alex Moberly sold John Holtzclaw
a lot of fat hopfl at 5c."
Carroll county, Mo., raised $150,000
worth of apples thia year.
Dr. L. B. Cook sold to Yeager &
Yeager a bay gelding for $112.
John Anderson bought in the
End a lot of butcher Btull'at 2c.
A hailBtorm greatly damaged tho tobacco
crop in Jessamine county.
William Curtis sold to Isaac Herrln
a bunch of 1,100 pound cattle at He.
Directly, by Direct, 2.05J, has lowered
the 2-year-old pacing record to 2.07.
Alix tried to beat her record at Columbus,
but tho track was hard aud she
scored at 2.01.
A match race between Henry of Navarre
and Clifibrd will be run at Morris
Wheat crushed for feed nt5c per
bushel. J. H. Ban gh man it Co.
Several varieties of nice seed wheat
for sale. J. II. Baughman it Co.
J. v. Cook, of Garrard, sold to
Monte Fox, of Boyle, 15 cattle averaging
1,500 pouuds at 40.
All orders for feed must bo accom
panied with the cash, if expected to be
honored; J. II. Baughman k Co.
The output of creamery butter latt
year was 16,000,000 pounds nnd the
of creamery products exceeded farm
Expressive aud B. B. P , two of the
beat 3 year-old trotters of the season,
will meet in the f5,000 stallion representative
stake at Lexington.
J. F. Holtzclaw, of tbo
suction, will poll Ida flock, farming
implements and household nnd kitchen
furniture on Fridiy, Oct. 12.
The Midway flipper saya that nt the
sale of tho John Nutter estate CO sheep
sold at S3.S0 per head, and. SOO shocks of
corn, lu hills square, nt $1,50 shock.
Blsseo won the Kentucky Central
Hallway Stnkva at Latonia Saturday. He
carried 122 pounds and went the mile iu
1:43. Pretty good for a two-year-old.
Ten yoara ago Westmont paced a
mile with running mate in 2.01 j. Robert
J. bas now beaten that by a quarter
of a second without the aia of a running
W. A. Tribblo brought hia great
show tuare, Kate Malloy, home Saturday.
She Ib iu splendid shape and her hard
work at the fairs did not hurt her in the
There la a good strong demand for
feeding cattlo of the right quality. Top
buncneraoi i,iou 10 i,'uu pounds aver
age can be sold at about 3.00 to 4c Advocate.
T.M.White has on exhibition it
B. F. Jones & Son's store some of tho
finest corn we have seen. It was raised
on land that had been in corn for 27
years with the exception of ono year.
A. II. Moore, of Philadelphia, who
owns more great producing brood mares
than any breeder In this country, has
bought Atalanta, dam of Alix, 2:03, and
Josephine Young, dam of Joe Patchen.
Directum won tho big $15,000
raco at Boston Thursday. There
wore only three starters, tho other two
being Arion and Nelson, Arion getting
second money. Time, 2:11J, 2:10, 2:11.
Alix beat tho record of Nancy Hanks
by 10 ecvon inches. She whs going
at tho rate of 42 feet four inches per sec-ou
1. Had bIio gono ono foot eight
moro per second she would have
reached the mark.
J. K. and M. S. Baughman's Nnboth
will not likely start this year. Ho was
entered iu tho big fall trots nt Lexington
and also at other points, but has asevero
case of influenza, which will in all probability
lay him up lor tho balance of tbo
-G. W. T. Deatherago sold to C. O.
Van Meter, of Woodford, a black yearl
ing gelding by Emperor Wilkes out of a
Hylau mare for $300. Mr. Deatberage
sold tho Bame party recently n full broth
er to thin colt for 250, and Mr. Van Me
ter has refused $1,200 for it. Rtcbmoud
Frank Herdlc, who once owned
the dam.of Robert J., 2:01, states
that sho la. a small, glmpy mare, and
could trot a mile in about 2:37. This
leads an exchange to remark that many
of the fastest trotters and pacers nro out
of small, gimpy mares like the dam of
In Germany, where an elaborato
military system controls everything, every
horse ia available for the service of
the country in tbo event of war. Every
foal la registered, and can be taken away
at any time by order of the government,
at a fixed price made by a committee appointed
for that purposo.
James T. Bailey writes us from Spo
kane, Wash., that wheat is selling at 23
cents per bushel and flour at 00 conts
per hundred. Goo. T. Hord is engaged
in harvesting a crop of 10 acres of tobacco
of unusually fine quality that he
thinks will make 25,000 pounds. The
tobacco crop in Woodford ia all of extra
good quality. Suu.
Mrs. Ford, of Paris, ia visiting her
daughter, Misa Alice, at O. C.
Mrs. Jas. Drye, of Caldwell, Kansas,
is vlsitiug her boo, George, nt Middle-burg.
Mr. Hugh IOgan attended the reunion
of Mexican veterans nt
Tho dutchmnn Ib about to leavo and
the bell ringing and cry of "come in,
come in, win cense.
Letters from Mose Cook state that
he is well eatiffied and progressing finely
iu the study of pharmacy.
L. M. Reid baa returned from n
month's stay at Latonia. We don't
think he got rich, however.
W, L. Bourne, the oculist nnd
ia in our midst. It will be remembered
that ho taught school here about
10 years ago.
Among the men about to take to
themselves a mate from our midst, must
not be forgotten, the Garrard man. Hia
ia a certainly.
J. B. Cook's 2-year-old, Miss
Is a good one, and will put her sister,
Kato Malloy, to shame. Jim saya he
is going to beat Kate In every ring next
Our boys, not satisfied with the result
of thegarao here last Saturday, went
to Junction Citv, where they were even
moro badly beaten, the flcoro being 20 to
0 in favor of Junction City.
Mrs. Susan Park, wife of tho Infe
John D. Park, of Cincinnati, came over
last week with her grand-daughter, Shirley,
who will attend Christian College
nnd stay with her Bister, Mrs. Geo. Goode-
Rev. Jnmea Lane Allen, of Danville,
preached nt tho Presbyterian church
Sunday morning and at tho Christian
church in the evening. He baa a clear
aud eloquent languago and those who
went for their edification were well paid.
Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
vol. xxii. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1894. NO. 61
Dancing and Whangdoodlelam.
Dr. J. B. Cottrell, ono of tho brighept
mlnlstcro In tbo Methodist church, now
on tboBiipornumary list because of bodily
nllllcllons, savb of tho nwiul eln of
dnncing: "I don't ilanro nml T mlvho
my chiUlrf n not to dunco out of tie for
onco to tho church not because it lupin
ful. Blt88 your houI, ft man may be Jnt
as big a Bcoundrol in prayer meetitiR ns
In tlin ball room if ho Id disposed that
way, nnd for tbo llfo of mo I never could
fieo any Bin in daudnR. I used to dance
when I was rt youn& man and I novnr
Rskeilauy forglventes for it, ond never
iutend to. Tho fact is the churches nro
cuttlnR their pcoplo otrfrom ninny thlriKB
thataro tholra by rlRbt nnd turninn
them over to tho devil becauso thoy nro
pleasureable. Lot ns havo a Httlo more
conBclenco and a Httlo Independence of
thoujjht nnd nctlon. I havo a profound
dlsRUBt for this eternal whanRdoodlolBiu,
thia overlaatlnR dnncine attendance to
eomebody'd 'authority' nnd superior wisdom.
Your doxy la heterodoxy, becaiiAO
it Isnot my doxy, and you uniflt bo either
tipped, dipped or clipped or you can't
Tbo probibltlonlaU iuj a party will nov
er amount to a hill of beiMB, bnt prohibition
lUeU la niakinR rapid Btridee.
Nearly over county In MlBabwippt baa voted
prohibition, including the county In
which the capital is, and now in Arkansas
-1 1 of tho 75 counties have gone dry
nt Ann full nnoou. Tbu mm Beller baa
KOt to go nud tho rum drinker la Romu
too. May they Bomo day bo only a
memory. Interior Journal.
Wo agree with lro. Walton in tbo
abovo. In fact wo havo never bad much
filth in tho prohibition party going Into
power under that name, but the principle
will go into power and that Is all we
want. Hut wo cannot loao eight of tho
fact that tbo prohibition party baa been
and Ib atill educating tho people on tho
liquor traftlc, and that these Rrnnd vie
toriea are tbo results of the untiring ro
hlbltlonlsta of tho country, none of
whom care anything for the party. What
they want la prohibition, and thia they
will have, and tho groat political leaders
aro trembling now In their boota In con
flequonco thereof. Corbln Enterprise.
I desire to tender my heartfelt thanks
to tliH Stauford Toot and tbo olllcinlH of
tho Supreme Tent, Knlghta of the
for their promptness In adjusting
the death claim of $2,000 of my husband,
Wm. M. Moutrny, which was paid inBido
of 15 days aftor proof of death waa completed.
I shall always hold your noblo
Order in high esteem, believing It to bo a
true frlond of tho widow and orphan.
RfBpoctfully, Mrs. Scsan Moctray.
The three-cornered republican row in
tho Eleventh district between White,
Oolaon and Adama seoma likely to result
in a great advantage to tho district, since
It onena tho wav to tho election of a
democrat to Congress. When tho "crest
ed Jayhawk of tbo mountains" goea Into
politics thero ia alwaya a good chance for
a shindy. Times.
When wo think of tho tenderness, of
the solicitude, of tho perfection, of tbo
grace, of tho charm, of the happiness, or
at least of tho connotation, that woman
bringa to the llfo of a man, ono ia tempted
to speak to her only with uucovered
hoad and bowod knee. Desnoyors.
Wk havo made arrangements by which
we can furnish thia paper nnd tho twice-n
wiok New York World nil for only
$2.75 n year. Hero is the opportunity to
get your own local paper nnd Tho Now
York World twico overy week at extra-ordinary
low rates. Interior Journal.
Mrs. doar, it tramp
came hero to day and atolo some of my
freshly made biscuits.
McSw altera (getting his revolver) -Where
ia he and I'll put him out of his
agony. Syracuse Poat.
Ho (attentively) Now, are thero nny
of the guesta yon would particularly llko
She Yes; you may Introduce my husband,
If you will. You will probably
find him In tho party around the punchbowl.
Marriaco is a ronianco until tho book
is opened. True, tho preface ia
amusing, but It nover laeta loug,
and it Ib alwaya deceptive. roincelot.
Thero lain nil of ub an obstacle to per;
feet happiness which ia weariness of tbo
things wo poBsesa and the desiro of things
we have not. Mine, do Hieux.
Latonia. Tho Fall Meoting at Lato
nia oxtendB from September 1st to October
0th. Tho Queen & Crest-out will
sell tlckot8 to Cincinnati each day, good
5 days to return, at one and one-third
fare for the round trip. Ask agentB for
particulars. W. 0. Hinearaon, G. P. A.
Irvine W. Larlmore, physical director of V. . M.
C A . Pes Moines, Iowa, says he can conscientiously
recommend Chant.. Iain's 1'ain Balui to
bicyclists, loot bail players
B"V .L' .Ir.uiiin m ,un for bruises, sprains
alio for so'eness and stiffness of
LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY.
Circuit court began hero this morning.
Editor Kd Smith ia hero from Mt.
Court of claima will probably not
meet hero until the 15th.
Sotuo ecoundrol prized oppn O. J.
McLcar'n Btnble door Sunday niglit nud
took his fine borne out for a ride. Tho
animal was found loose with n halter on.
Somebody ia fixing to go the pen.
Tho primary waa held hero Saturday
regard Ires of tho Injunction. A majority
of the republican county committee
decided to send out tho poll books aa the
secretary was in possesion of them and
had no otllcial notice of tho injunction.
The poll waa light, tho Adama men refraining
from voting. So lar na I have
learned eight precincts out of 14 give
Oolson about 25 majority. It ia evident
that if tho Adams men had voted ho
could have carried tho county by a large
majority. Some of the ballot boxea and
poll hooka havo come in but tho secretary,
who la the proper custodian, refuses
to receive them. Moi.ey and whisky
Dr. Thomaa Bottomley, aged 93, and
a Methodiet preacher for 50 years, died
Elde. W. E. Ellis and E. H. Beazley
began a protracted meeting at
Tho Second Presbyterian church at
Danville hao engaged Misa Stella Van
Buskerk, to eing in tho choir every Sunday.
There are 130 Methodiet preachers
attending the Owensboro Conference and
tho supply of chickens is nearly exhausted.
They will leave when it ia fully ao.
Elder T. L. Martin, a Baptist minister,
baptized tho converts of his meeting
at Gilead, Madison county, SO men and
20 women without taking a rest. Fifteen
hundred peoplo saw tho perform-
Friday waa practically the.'iclosing
day of the New York Constitutional
Convention. Of the 400 amendments
proposed only 31 have bcon eccepted.
On most points tho convention divided
on political lines, mid the democratic
members will issue an address to the
people, opposing especially tho appointment
of legislative districts.
Tho children of tho late Jay Gould
havo procured an order from Justice
Liwrence requiring the tax
of New York to show why thoy
ehould pay tax. They claim that they
are not residents and are not subject to a
The United States grand jury at San
Fraucisco returned 40 indictments against
the Sacramento, Ked Blull'rf, Duusmire
nnd Oakland strikers for conspiracy to
obstruct the United States mails and to
interfere with United Slates interstate
An iuimenso corporation with $2,-000,000
capital bas been formed to utilize
tbo power of Kanawha Falls, V. Va.
Factories, railroads and mines iu n radius
of 30 miles are to be furnished power
aud lights from it.
Au attempt was mado to assassinate
Judge Brentano in Chicago. Tho major
is nccused of accepting bribes. Race
tracks and clubs aro to be included, and
tne war against gamblers therelore grows
Mrs. John Davis nnd stBtor, ol
Princeton, poured eye-water iu Bomo
ginger tea they were making, mistaking
It for whisky, and drank it. Both nro in
a dying condition from the effects of it.
Cant. Howgate, formerly chief of the
signal service, has been arrested and will
be tried in New York for fotgories committed
In 187S. Women and wine are
stated as tho cause of hia down fall.
A foot of rain fell at Jacksonville in
A. M. Bailey, a well-known citizen of Eugene,
Oregon, saja bis wife has for years been troubled
with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedies
with little relict until she tried Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, which has
curcu her sound and well. Give it a trial and you
will be surprised at the prompt relief ii affords.
a; and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G.
Hocker, druggist, Stanford.
While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kahler.a
prominent shoe merchant ot Des Moines, Iowa,
had quite a serious time of it. Ho took such a severe
cold that he could hardly talk or navigate,
but tho prompt use ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
cured him of his cold ao quickly that others at
the hotel who had had colds followed hit cxataplo
and half a doten persons ordered It from the nearest
drug store. They were protuse in their
thanks to Mr. JIahler tor telling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly.
For sale hyUr.S. G. Hocker, druggist, Stanford.
DON'T. ACCEPT IMITATIONS.
THE PROCTEK & GAMBLE CO, CINTt.
Stanford Female College.
J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President.
Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894.
Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aa
An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnltfted on application.
(Residence of the late James McAIIiter.)
CRAB ORCHARD, -. - KY.
OR. J. S. STAPP, PRES.,
Assisted by a Competent Faculty.
A select school, of high grade, for the thorough
traininc of youn(f ladies. A few young gentlemen
of approved morals will alao be admitted.
Number limited no idlers wanted.
Dr Stapp, the President, has since his graduation
In medicine, given his entire time and
to tho building and management of Colleges
In the South. During the pan year he filled the
chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in
Daughters College, Harrodtburg, ind Mrs. Htapp
taught Music, Painting, Drawing, &c , giving
general tatitfaction to patrons and pupils.
His wifo and family have received special training
in and tor College class-work.
Thecurriculum will bo an extended ono ond the
drill will be thorough-no whitewashing, no
no shoddy work will be allowed.
Classes will be instructed in Higher Mathematics,
Hello Lettres, Natural bdence. Mental and
Moral Science, Latin, German, Short-Hand. Type
Writing, Hook Keeping, Ciics, Music, Vocal and
Instrumental, Painting, Dnwtng.&c.
The first term of five mnnths will open Sept. 10,
1804. and second term will cloie tho first week in
June. One week holiday at Christmas.
TERMS. Tuition per term in first giade, including
Latin and German ..$io oo
Tuition In second grade 15 00
Music, Piano, Organ. Guitar, Instruments
furnished for practice . to 00
Short hand. Type-Writing, Painting, Drawing,
Oman rntal Work, all at reasonable rates.
Board in College, per week, J3.50. Good board
in pmate families at reduced rates.
Monthly payments required.
No discount except fo. protracted illness.
Fi.r further information address the President.
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