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Semi-Weekly interior Journa
Published Evory Tuesday and Friday
$3 F3R YICiVR. rT ADVANOM
rWhen not so paid 32.60 will be charged."
K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.
' Trains leave Stanford 417:15 a m nd 3 p. m.
striving at s:jo p. tu. and 9:10 p. m.
L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Kc as. Train going North..
No, S. ,
Ho. ts, South ,
No. , "
-....... 1 a 17 p m
...... 3 15 a vx
ta 04 p m
....... 1 ijpra
QUEEN & CRESCENT.
Tratna pais Junction City ax follows
No. x South 11 37 a m No 2 North
" 3 " 4
' " ' 6 '
3 itoi m
" 7 " ...... 1 oq a ra " 8 "
" 9 " ......8 40 p m ' 10
...3.5S p m
.,.1.46 p m
...3.J3 a m
..3 37 a m
,..6 00 a m
Notk. Not. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no Turner
than Junction City, uor on S inday.
A cream of tarter baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening
strength. Latest United States
Government Food Report.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
106 "Wall Stroet, Now York.
John B. Cattleman.
A. O. Lanhsc
BARBEE &OASTLBM AH
Commerce Building, Loui&villr,
Agents throughout the South
V?a A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent,
TO THE LADIES 1
New goods of the latest styles just received.
Call In and tee the Isrgast and best assorted line
ever brought to Sunlord. Prices as low at the
-Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material.
BIG : 4 : ROUTE,
For full inform aiion at to time of trains, e tc
rite any represen. a'v Big Four Route.
KMA CK U.K. MARTIN.
Fats. Traffic Mgr.
M. S. BAUCKHtN.
Gen. Pats, and Tkt. A
J. W. Baughman.
UVERY, FEED & SALE
Stanford, - - Kentucky.
It you need liver y give us a call. Nothing but
turnouts will leave our stable. See us
for.ates. In our
You will find a good assortment of Harness,
Saddles, &c Have your repairing done by
our -aan, he understands his butiuoat. We have a
mechanic in our
Wlliguarantes wjrlc aid iitUfactOr
UWcct Tiy our ho shocr.
FOR SLICIS !
Two Good Blue-Grass Farms near
Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky.
The heirs ol Mm. America Bailey, deed., offer
for tale her two Farms, situated about one rallo
wctt of Huttonville, in Lincoln county, on the
Ilradfordtville turnpike road. Thete two Farmt
adjoin and taken together conUlu 340 acret ol
land and can be divided to at to Include about 140
pcret In the home place and 200 acret in the oth
er. The building! and improvements on each
aro comfortable and tubttantial. Each ot the farms
is well watered und convenient to good schools
and churches Terms reasonable. Title clear.
For further information apply to either of ut.
J. P. BAILEY, bianforf, Ky.,
J. w. HOCKER. Huttonville, Ky.
35 AYETTE DUNLAP. M. D., Dan
Ontf Dining 'Car Route From
Steepen of Modern Pattern.
For.msps or any infonnaUon, aldieis
TKANK J. REID.)
C. P. Af ent, 1 i
. Chicago '
r x. H. BAC
or - D. r. A..
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to caii for. 1 st. Fanl.
WIIUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY.
Hon. Q. A. Denlfam was in Louisville
a few days last week.
Corbin has a citizen 'with the peculiar
name of Harry Feathers.
i Monday wo3 county court day, but
owing to tho bad weather, but few
catno to town.
Lena, the daughter of Mr.
Joa Manning, died Saturday night of
Mr. L. W. Patrick has sold his inter
est in tho stock of goods of Patricks
Steely to his partner.
Mr. and Mis. J. M. Blakely and M.
and Mrs. K. D. Perkius are happy over
tho arrival of sons at their homes.
Several of our citizens are preparing
to go to Frf nkfort and yell themselves
hoarse when Gov. Bradley is sworn into
Ruby, tho 10 months' old child of
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Perkins, died and
was buried in tho family grave yard at
Col. Thomas O'Mara has everything
now ieady und will begin building his
new brick store house as soon as the
weather will permit.
M. Clifford Weisner, who has been
traveling with the Cunningham Quintette
Club, is at home. The club has
disbanded for the present.
The thermometer reached tho IS0
degree mark here Wedni sday morning.
Elder J. E. Terry, of Winchester, is
holding a meeting at the Christian
church, aesisted by Elder J G. Livingston,
of Crab Orchard, the regular pastor.
Mr. E. W. Caiu, the congenial bar
ber, of Stanford, ts here visiting bis sister,
Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. The people
are always glad to give bitn a welcome
in our midst.
Tho S. 8. teachers' institute conducted
by Prof. J. E. Lew's last week, was a
succees. The attendance was not very
large, but those who had the opportuni
ty of being present were very much ben
Miss Biddie Weisner has gone to
Colorado to vhit her sister, Mis. Atwood.
Hon. Charhs Fiuley left for Colorado
Springs Monday night to see his sister,
Mies Aun, who has been spending several
months there for her health. She hea
had a relapse.
Williamsburg Institute is proud of
the success of her foot ball team, having
won 3 out of 4 games played. Thanksgiving
day they were defeated by
College at Winchester by a score
of 10 to 0, but they were well satisfied
with the game, as our boya have only
had a few weeks' practice. Last Saturday
they defeated the Middlesboro Athletic
Club by a score of 25 to 0.
A Modern Church Allegory.
A member of one of the churches mentioned
sends us the following old but
good story for publication:
On a certain occasion a teamster driving
his team of four oxen on a great
highway was overtaken by a minister.
Having learned the names of each ox,
he csked why the teamster had given
the particular name to each one. He
auswered: "Because of their several
characteristics. Now that lead ox is a
Presbjterian; he is a good or, very up-headed
and proud and works best in the
lead. The off lead ox by his side is a
Methodist, When he comes to a hard
pull be gets down on bis knees, bawls
and uaws and whoops up; the whole
team. The saddle ox is a Baptist, a good
puller aud holds back well, but I have to
feed him to himself; he will not eat with
the others. The off wheel ox is a
bellite; he is a splendid ox in eyery respect,
sticks close to the road, but when
he comes to water the whole team can't
keep him out of it. And I imagine by
their mode of cooling when overheated
with the burdens of the day, each one's
opinion of baptism. Now the lead ox
wants only a little water sprinkled on
him, for he seems to think that a certain
number of them are to die of overheating
on the route and the water will do
no good. The off lead ox will take water
scantily, or he will even go down in-to
it, for if he only behoves he is cool he
is cool. The saddle ox wants water
enough to lie in, but does not belieye
it cools him; he would cool just as well
without It. but he wauts to show he is
cool; and the off-wheel ox wants deep
water wants to go clear under, for after
he comes out he feels like another ox
andean pull more and walk faster than
he could before the bath."
There is a vast difference between a
standard of value and a currency for
monetary use. The standard must necessarily
be fixed and certain. The currency
may be in divers forms and cf various
kinds. No silver standard country
has a gold currency in circulation, but
an enlightened and wise Bystorn of finance
secures the bonefite of both gold
and silver as currency and circulating
medium by keeping their standard stable
and all other currency at par with it.
Jacob Israel, a clothing mercnant of
Morehead, recentlv came into possession
of a sbeckel that is supposed to date
back to the time of Abraham. Israel secured
it from a Jewish peddler, paying Than anyjjheater
him ?50 cash for the coin.
Since November 1 Gov. Brown baa
pardoned 44 persons unconditionally,
and 11 conditionally and baa commuted
the sentences of seven. Two more days
and he'll pardon no more forever.
The Hotel Kenyon at Frankfort hn
b. ea sold to Col, Charles E. Hoge and
Mr. H. P. Maaon for f 15,000.
WITHERS -:- &. -:-
Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky,
St. Asaph Carriage Co,
MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors.
All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making tand Repairing
done in first class style.
Horse Shoeing and Blachsmiihing of all Kinds.
Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic
Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in ,his work.
MR. E. E. KLNLEY. EN EXPERIENCED FEINTER.
Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill.
A Steel Range and 40 Pieces
of Ware for $25.
STSw .nethinr New "
W. H. WEAREN & CO.
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FARRIS & HARDIN
For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE.
Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig
& Hocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us -
ed. Accuracy, Promptness and
Guaranteed. A full line of Druggists' Sundries
always in stock.
Ib Koceivingr His
FALL : AND : WINTER
Goods Warranted and a PerfectJFit Guaranter !. Give me call
Moor's Air Tight Heater.
iye guarantee satisfaction.
in the market.
T HE 'STOVE
For Halls and 0"fficest8i
.i it i
HIGGINS & McKINNEY,
Hunter House's child is vory 111 of
W. P. Bourne sold some shoats to J.
J. Walker at 3c.
A. M. Luco and S. M. Spoonnitiero
sold Homo 900 -pound cattle to Ben Hob-
ineon ut 3c. Kubnnkn Brco. bought 20
good sugar mules from John Bauubiuan
at $S0 per lit-ad.
Dr. Lewis wrt9 here a few days ago
examining applicants for our Knights of
tliti .Msccabeu lodge, which tins been gotten
up at this place by your worthy
young man of Stanford, Joo F. Wattis.
-K A. White sold to G. A. Swine-broad
Mid others a nlci lot o( meat hogs
Ht;!. Sim Slaughter sold to Eubanks
Bros some l.'JOO tntind steers at III. Jas.
Kobltmoo sold li.'J 200 pound hogs to Joe
mioiv at 3c.
Dr. Herring informs us that
has again broken out in Wesley
Sutton's family, it has been about 40
dnjp since he dismissed the last case in
that family and nnsr one of the little
boys has it.
At the last session of the quarterly
conference of the Stanford M. K. Church,
South, held here wo wore continually
reminded of the absence of one whose
pleasant face and ready hand has been
agreeably conspicuous at these meetings.
W11 refer to our dearly beloved brother
I). It. Sttgg. Aud as vo recognize the
hand of God in the removal ol our brother
from labor to reward, tiin only bow
submissively and mrv, Thy will be done.
In consideration of tho love we bear
for our brother and the faithful performance
of bin duti.'fi in his oflicial explicit-,
Iikoi. si) 1st. Tlmt we mi a body fuel
that wt have !oH one of onr most faith
fill, churilutile and deroiinnal
ot tho true Christian that will surely end
in glad fruition when you Hill meet beyond
A. M. Pence, John A Allen and G. A.
The old story of Prometheus is a parable.
Prometheus Has on terms of intimacy
nitti the gods. From them he stole
tire, and uave it to men. For this sin he
wsh bound to the rocks of Mount
and vultures were set upon him.
rhy only ate his liver. This grew again
a fast h it WRh pecked away. Are his
sufferinga to be imsgineu?
Tako a modern Interpretation ol the
parable. Thoro is no cooking without
fire. In cooking and eatiDgthe michief
Ilea. The stomach in overtasked, the
bowels become clouted, they can not dis
pose of the food that is given them. The
impurities bark up on the liver. Then
come tha Vultures the torments of a diseased
liver. Dr. Plerte's Golden Medi
cal Discovery is more than equal to the
vultures nt dyspepsia and its kindred diseases.
There is no moro need of sudor
ing from dyspepsia than them is of hang
inz one's nlf. Sold by all medicine doul
era the world over. '
When most needed It Is not unusual
family physician to be away from home. Such
was the experience of Mr J V Schcnclc. editor
of the Cadilo, Ind , I er , Manner w'len hii llilie
K'rl, two years ol a;e was thrcatenrd with a severe
attack of . roup He says "My wife insist
cd that I so for the doctor, but at our family physician
was out of town I purchaied a bottle of
Chsmbcttain's Cough Hemmly, which relieved
her nnmulUtely 1 will net be without It lathe
fuf ire "
i'or rale at y cents per bottle by Craig &
C T I'icton is inanaurr of the Sta'e Ho
ttl at Deni-en, Teii, which the mn
say la one of the bst hotrl in that irction In
pcaVirE of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
l)iairhita Remedy MajonPir ton says "I hive
used it mysrlf and in my fanuy for several years,
and tike pleasure In saying that I cons'der it an
infallible cure tonllaiheea and disentrv. I al
ways recommend it, and have frequently administered
It to my guests in the hotel, and in every
case It has proven Ittell worthy of uqnualllied endorsement.
For sale by Craig ,V Hotker, Stanford, Ky.
The wife of Mr D. Robimon, a prominent lumberman,
of Msrtwick, N Y., was sick with
for five months. In speaking of it Mr.
Robinson sayi: "Chamberlain s i'ain Halm is the
only thing that Rae her any reit from pain. For
th relief uf pain It cannot be beat " Many very
bad caies of rheumatism have bien curnl by it.
Korsaleby Craig A Hockcr, Stauford, Ky.
In Massachusetts 87,000 men voted
in favor of woman suirrage and 160,070
agsinstit. As tho total vote for governor
was 323,000, it is evident that some
51,000 men failed to express an opinion
on woman sufTrage at all. In favor of
woman sullrage 22,204 women voted,
while 801 voted ntrninet it.
Ouro Tor Headacno.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klectrlc
Hitters has proved to bo the very belt, It effects
a permanent cure and the mott dreaded habitual
nek headache yields to its influence. We urge
an wno are aimcttu 10 procure a Dome anu give
this remedjr a fair trial In cases of habitual
Electric Hitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re-bit
theuie ol this tncdiclm. Tryltor.ee. Large
tot ties onlv v cents at A. R. Penny's Drug btore.
We authorire ur advertised druggist to
King's New Discoyery for Consumption,
Coufrhs and Colds, upon this condition: If you
are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung
Throat, or Chest trouble and will u.e this remedy
according to directions, giving it a I air trial and
experience no benefit, you may return the bottle
and have your money refunded. We could not
make this olfcr if we did not know that Dr. Kings
New Discovery could belied upon. It never
Trial bottles tree at A. R. Penny's
arug store. Large sue 30c and $1.
Buokltn's Arnica Salve
The best salve in the woild for cuts, bruMess
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, ftver sores tetter,
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions
It positively cures es.or no pay rtpuired. It is
to Eive titriect satisfaction or tnonev.
rnei 11 cuu pir uoi. ror tai. d
A.K. Penny, blaniurd, Ky.
DR, W. B. PElTirZ,
Oentlsl, : Stanford, : Ky.
Office on Main Street, Oppctlte tin
T. : T : STJTTOIT,
Olleli Hi xrvicet o lh! people ol Weit I,io
coin ouu t,4y Lountlet. tun noes. vf CoClu.
and Latkrls airtityk uu Junu,
U. ft. t,4fftlJici, ManaifMi 95
1 will li kt nil the htdet I tun Kt
for ca.li or lu tiadcler lcilii on
Cuil u) at bunlotd or at my hume iu Oituu.
ntini. t.hat bantliii, Ituacr.
L AW1T CKU.RDE1T
All kindt ol Kruit and Ornawmtd 'I fees.
Shrill'., all Kruit., Orii Vines, .tpar.gs,
Ac. Ac No a;titt Uu) dlicci and ae
vataiouci ou aprl citlou to
($ im Ltsinitieu, Ky.
J f PARKRK, I'roprirtor,
Somerset, - - Keulucky.
Rates TWO I)Ol LA IIS IV Da v.
RfRiedtled and rcfurnlthen ihroufhoul. Larx
auil CumwMHiiuHi (sample Rooint.
Hall and vrTue codoectivl .y Klcclrlc llrlli.
rmiupt aud poliln ivrvice 10 gueits. 47
OUR Ill'SlLINO INSl RANCH MAN,
M. -W. JOK2STS02T,
otfpiwcl th OM RrliaMc Mkhlcan Mutual
Lift Insurance Co., uf U.liolt Mleh.. can
write you all the favorable plans 01 Intur
ari. He aiin rrnrc.nl. Ih. nlii ..Ii.hl.
Tobacco Warthousivf I nmsvlllc, Ky , and will
...,.... .,ti ' "" (S"'1 a a lltfcral share el yur ironL'.
memtKrb' will , ifci,l in ...ni.r ..I ik. 1...... ,k'., ..n
whoa stiorl life w a would hold un as hij ' e'CM fcy nr '"
oxhiiiiiIh for otheiu to tollow
-. Tliat we ft-id constrained to express
oursorro that onn in the full ftrvngth
of his manhood should hi cut don by
the I5 enemy, ami yet w rejoice to I
know that he was ready, lfu had learned
the wondrous 8crot of abuliug in the
3. That we extend to tin sorrowing
wife and little ones our deepest
in tho'r bereavement, but would oay
to them, mourn not, let your faith be
strong in the Lord ntnl cipmhIi the hope
rlisiue I.ltanl cath advance.
1 inenit miJ, n cMslgamMiK, bvtli in ibe war-
Noute smi cwuniry 1 win te at Miiilunl rvrry
eotiildty. I'aitirs waatinir hoctlmidi, fulie. or
money satwild addicts iih. hi Patnt LkU, Ky.
Pranpt attention guaranteed. f m
b"KI.NU A.VU SUMMKK.
Something to Beautify tho Ladies.
Dally oprminmg Nr Halt, Aowcraad laccsl
We githeassiirani to the trade that they wil
find in uur m abll.tament ike sm ttrlutivinrtt
11 Kill of pnurui, ha't atd bcnnU and all the
leartlng novvltUt it. Millinery lor whick w aie
Vduwii ihrouglioui the country
I hacutiM a fliiicli irimnfrr fur
Thanking you u r pail favors, c respect-
iHiiy tancii yout pairansge arrcioiwe toiil c rally
M II iu I'l
KATL UUHUhKAK. Maaaicrr.
THE 13AST1N HOUSE,
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Meet all Traini.alKht and day Patrons laken to
any part of I tee of Charge.
Ceod Llvsiy Attached,
Kara f Hotel (im pei
A II IIAS1IN, Prop.
W. S. BXTBCE,
Attornoy at Law,
StmiaonJ, - - Kentucky.
OZceon l."-i ter Strit, oppo.lte tht Court
Home. Collnctions recviv iijcUI amotion. S3
Wallaoo 23. Varnon,
Attorney at Law,
Stnuiorcl, - - Kentucky.
Willac. at Exccutor,Adralnitirator and Assies
Special sltmtlon fln to ot
si Aito'Uey and frsl. sod Division of
I sots' Lands.
Office on LancasterSt over Supt. W. P. McCla
y's otflce oo
A. S. PIIICJK,
Stan ford, Ky.
Office tver McRoberts' Drujr Store in the Owaley
, MJlldlng '
I'UK rilky" house
K. H. niLEY. Proprietor,
London. - - - Kentucky.
I have waved ta ray new Hols! and am bttlsr
jreparrd thsn ever to accommodate the public
it Livery attachwl and every convomeecs
rat a call.
R. R. Noel & Son,
ucccisorstoj. It. Hlggms,D.alersia
All Kinds of Coal,
We w II continue tho coal bunneis at Mr in,,,
gini' old sund and will have ou hand at a time.
we.VV.r b" "' ""'en w. will deliver prempdV
We w ill sell strictly for cash and will mike It &
the Intereit ' of the people of this section to pay
DON'T FORUET THAT
THE FAVORITE MILLS,
AT McKINNEY, KY.,
Havejuit been overhauled and repaired fmm ,.
wW 1 t0P, Jb" f"mou Richmond' City M.li
ltichuiond, Ind . and with
Kencedy a7 h'd UI. " y'ou ,'re VuSfM
and well establ.ihed TbrandKavonte ?...'
dies' Kavor.te and Rakers' dhofc. P,ent' La
Succsiorto K. L. Tanner StSAffi. Co.
G. B. COOPER,
... Proprietors of...
,ni!.'nndn.tP,.G.ydn Umr bus.
prepared to furnish I "ortM'
u'.V.IdV aJdwuTiVg" ?uurbn!rt -
raers' Wagons, either slnila Jl "A" h D"-age.
of .if jcinds., vVry LOW WWl 1
boys in and around town will alln . .,. Th
Pie to deal with. Stop with u. whUil ty P"0
Myer, House S.S2,dfKr.