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Semi-Weekly Interior Joormh
Published Bvory Tuesday and Friday
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K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Train itaves Roiuand at 7:00 a. m., returning
''"UH. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Mail train go'nj Not th .. ! 37 P
ii South....... JP"
Exp'tss fain " South . -... " J Pm
" North....... . 3Vm
Local Freight North..... 8m
The Utter train alio carry passengers.
Th above it calculated on itandard tims. Solar
"(ma U about 10 minutes faiter.
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
Going North train pass Junction City ai follows:
Blue-Grass Vestibule starts 6 a. m.
Limited 3'tf p. m. Local t:io p. m. Florida
Wanted 3:13. a. m.
aoutn N O. Vestibule la iS p. m. Florida
Limited 12:15a. m Local 11:55 p. m.
Veitibule arrives S'40 p. m.
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sW Yiw?a I
A cream of tarter baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening
strength. Latest United States
Government Food Report.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
100 Wall Street, Now York.
A. S. PRICE,
Office over McRoberts Drug
Store in the n
Hot or Cold,
A stylbh Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to
XJook fc Fanner's Barber Shop.
....IF YOU AXE GOING
Louiavitic a, Nashville R. R.
Is the line for you, as its
Double Dally Trains
Make close connections at
&OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI
For all points.
THROUGH TICKETS SOLD.
, HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
For any information enquire of
JOE S.UICE. Agent,
Of Stanford, Ky.
W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent,
Junction City, Ky
A. G. Lanhsm
B ARBEE & 0 ASTLBM AJ
Commerce Building, Louisville
Agents throughout the South.
W. A. TEIDBLE, Local Agont,
K. H. BACON. D. P. A..
World's Fair Record.
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ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE '
RUNNING - DINING - CARS.
UEED.G. P. A.
8am oknslng' "at Home."
Sam Johnstng', an Austin colored
man, who ltccps tho sheriff busy hunt
lug1 him up, is onco more nn inmnto of
tho Travis county uastiic. Jim Webster,
n chum of tho accused, called nt
the jnil to consOTeThis friend.
"What do you want hero?" asked tho
jailer in a gruff voice. fy
"I jess called, salt, ter make inquiry,
salt, if my friend, Mr. Sum Johnsing, is
ut home, sab?" Alex Sweet, in Texas
It Clmngrd Tlirlr Mind.
Fair Visitor So you have decided
not to sell your house?
Fair Hostess Yes. You see, wo
placed tho matter in the hands of nn
estate agent, but after reading his lovely
advertisement about our property
neither John nor mytclf could think of
parting with such a wonderful and perfect
home. Pearson's Weekly.
Don't Untlcrstniiil lltiiimn Nuturc.
"Yes," said the proprietor of tho barber
shop, "ho was a very good barber,
but we had to let him go. Ho didn't
understand the business."
"Whnt did ho do?"
"lie Jorgot to say to n bnldhcnded
customer that his hair needed,trlmmlng
to-day." Indianapolis Journal.
LOVE AT riKST SI (HIT.
wr"Ssy A 111 Ail V'
Justlco with Mercy-
Magistrate You are charged with
having sixteen wives. What have you
to say for yourself, sir?
Prisoner I really couldn't help myself,
"Nonsense!" , ,
"It was this way. Fivejears ago I
went to n summer resort, nnd for six
weeks I was the only man" there."
"Discharged." X. Y. AVeeldy.
Oft Tol! Tale.
Friend Seo here, Scribbler, that
joke of yours you showed mo is old.
Scribbler Well, whnt of it? Ucing
human wo f unny men arc bound to repeat
Friend That's not what I object to,
it's mat you repeat each other so often.
Tlicy Do Not Speak Now.
Strawbcr I hail quite a compliment
last nipht. Miss Singleton said when
Bhe first looked at me she thought I
was only nineteen, but when I talked
I seemed like an old man.
Sinperly You must have told her
some of your jokes. Life.
Had Heard It.
Stoaks There goes Chanter, Oakes.
lie's got one of tho finest voices I ever
heard ever hear him sing? lie's got a
, Oakes (sadly) Yes; nice voice. I
heard It about an hour ago ho borrowed
ten. Chicago Record.
To Avoid Publicity.
Young Author (who thinks himself
famous) I believo I should enjoy my
vacation better if I could go incognito.
Friend Good idea. Travel under
your nom de plumo. X.. Y. Weekly.
A Fellow Fecllntr.
"Poor little thingl" exclaimed tho
passionate editor to tho mouse that
was nosing about in tho waste basket.
"If you find anything there you can
use you're harder up than I am." Chicago
A boy in one of our public schools,
having been told that a reptile "is an
animal that creeps," being asked the
name of one, promptly replied: "A
"They say that for an old bachelor
Jones is putting a good deal of fire into
"That's natural. Ho is sparking an
old flame."-N. Y. Press.
Dolnp; Ilia Ilest.
"Look here, old man, oughtn't you to
keep that boy of yours a little "Wire In
"My frlcud, I do iny best; this is tho
fourth one I've sent him this month."
She Do you mo steam or furbacc
heat in your flat?
lie Neither. I find my wife's temper
more economical and less apt to
get out of order. Truth.
A Fair KxchnriRe.
Minnie Didn't you enjoy
inrougn tne tunnel
Hess Not a bit. Auntie made mo exchange
places with her tho mlnuto wo
got inside. Tammany Times.
On tho fequnre.
Penelope Why, it took him half an
hour to tell tho funny story I spoko of.
Penelope Yes; nnd it was as broad
as It was long. N. Y. World.
Not tho Jtlclit Man.
itadbourn I hear that Olcott has
been discharged from tho police force.
Do you know what for?
Chcsney Yes. Ilefuslng to ncccpt a
bribe. Urooklyn Life.
Chorus of Victims.
Mammoth drops of water,
Little chunks of grease.
Make tho soup for which we pay
Plfty cents apiece.
Louis Gimm, a member of the
Cleveland Wheel Club, broke tho world's
tecord lor a 24 hour ran, covering in thnt
270 yards lees than 384 milea, Tho beat
previous record was 374 tniUs,
Every mother should know croup can
nevented. The first i)tnptoms of true croui
lonlsuesi. 1 his it followed by a peculiar much
cough. IT Chamberlain's Cough Kcmedy is glv jn
fret It as soon as. the child becomes huniinr r..n
alter the cough has developed it will prevent the
For sate by Dr.S.
O. Mocker, druggist, Stan-
' N-n nny rick, wn pave hy Custon
'hi n kIip rn. a Child, nho cried for Conor:
iVVn sti !oame Mfcs, sho clunj; to Cri
W'H.n bhe had Children, she sjo thm CaatorU
The beat salve In tht world tor cuts, bruitess
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all shin nun.
olons. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir
d. If is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
tr money refunded. Price 15 cents per box.
For sale by A. R. Penny, SUnlnrd, Ky.
There nomei ,lne so often needed In every
home in. k admirably adapted to the purposes
for which it is intended, as Chsmberlain's Pain
Palm Hardly a week panes but what toino
member of the family has need of it A toothache
or headache may be cured by It. A touch of
rheumatism or neuralgia quieted The seserc
pain of a burn or sold promptly relieved and the
sore healed in much lesstltno than when medicine
has to be sent for A sprain may be promptly
treated before Inflamatlon sets Id, which insures
cure in about one-third the time otherwise required
Cuts and bruises should immediate
treatment before the parts Lccome swollen,
which can only be done when Pain Halm is kopt
at hand. A soie throat may bo cured beforo
becomes serious. A tioublcsome corn may be
moved by appl)inR it twice a day for a week or
two. A lame hick may be cured nnd several days
of valuable time saved or a pain lu the side or
I chest relieved without paying a doctor bill.
cure 1 50 cent bold at ouce and you will neser
For sale by Dr.
G. Mocker, druggist, Stan-
Stanford Female College.
J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President.
Next Session Begins TucsdnySep. 4, 1894.
rull corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music last
An. Eacollent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application.
(Residence! the late James McAlister )
CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY.
DR. J. S. STAPP, PRES.,
Assisted by a Competent Faculty.
A select school, of high grade, for the thorough
training of young ladies. A few young gentlemen
of approed morals will slta be admitted.
Number limited no Idlers wanted.
Dr. Stann. the President, has since bis
tion In medicine, given his entire time and '
dies to the building and management of Colleges '
in the South. During the past year he filled the
chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in '
Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Htapn 1
,u)i!t ttiu.ii, 1 aiuuug, flawing, cc,
geacral satisfaction to patrons and pupils.
His wife and family have received special train-inc
in and lor College class-work.
The curriculum will be an extended one ond the
drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimming,
no shoddy work will be allowed.
Classes will be instructed In Higher Mathematics,
Ilelle Lettres, Natural tclence. Mental and
Moral Science. Latlu, German, Short-Hand, Type
Wilting, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and
Instrumental, Painting, Drawing.&c.
1 he first term of five months will open Sept. 10,
1894. and second term will cloie the first week in
June. One week holiday at'Christtnas.
fHKMS. Tuition pei term in first gade, including
Latin and German. ... ...$lo 00
Tuition in second grade. 15 00
Music. Piano, Organ. Guitar, Instruments
furnished for practice . .. so 00
Short band, Type-Writing, Painting, Drawing,
Ornamental Work, all at teasonable rales
Hoard in College, per week, lj 30. Good board
in private families at reduced rales.
Monthly payments required.
No discount except fo, protracted illness.
Fir further information address the President,
DR. JOHN S. STAPP.
54 Crab Orchard, Ky.
FOR : SALE I
I Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make),
Platform Scales, i Cheese Safe, i Tobacco Knife,
These fixtures have been used some and will be
2 show cases, i
1 Hung Borer,
SOLD AT A .BIG BARGAIN.
Rpmembcr we have the best selection of I
HEATING : STOVES !
Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Calf and sec us before you make
your purchases in any thing in our line.
HIGGINS & McKINNEY.
-In order to-
8 ANB 8 BOOMKB.
1ST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ""
W. B. McROBERTS,
Reduce my Large Stoek
It will be sold till Nov. ist at Astonishingly Low Prices. This includes
all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable.
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS
A. B.. PEITIT'S". Druggist.!
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
It ntaas th-it th.Qnrrn ct Crtsernt Tinnt. Is IT talUs shir'.eit
bt'wnn Lindnnull sit l...infit.iiit tluilcs sliorwst C:nrttttl 1 1 I
Mn 1 ii'i r'tt 1 lamtlto .Nc Ist uJl4 sU.ri.it
cfioclDutl to Lb.tuiiuvgi, AtUiiu, or JmVjudsIIIc, 1- loriJa.'
SOLID VEST13ULED TRAINS
t . all cf the abov. txlnts. Thronrh fsrs to VkkiWjt and
Oulr lln. runnlns thronsti tars Unmnitl to Jvaoiftlle sat
Ati'lll. N. C. Direct Ita. to Tens anil Jleilco via New Orltuii or
via Ehrev.port. Ask astnts .lout tours la California. I rum LouHtU1.
hhelbrvill. sol Lwrfnc.tior. direct ronnectlon Is maJ. at Ltilcjwa
ith usu w, ail ibu b..th.
w o RINEAKS0X
Gtu'l I'ass'r A(at, CuuUuuU, O.
QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE.
81,500 WANTED. I
the first-cut s security and Light per cent, interest.
Call on J. It. i'AXTON, Attorney, htanftrd
Fancy : Groceries,
Foreign and Domestic
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars.
Hcadquartcrsfor almost anything
you want. When you wanta!first
classmeal forj25c, call on him.$
Is a ten page eight column democratic newfpaper
It contains the it of everything roinc
WATTBRSON I. the editor.
PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR.
The WEEKLY males
very liberal terms to agrnt., and eivts ftec premiums
for clubs Sample copies ofthe papr ami
four page Premium Supplement seat fiee 10 any
address. Write to
Semi,- Weekly Interior Journal,
Willie sent one year to any address for CS TC.
TRAINS EAST. No. 1.
Leave Frankfort A 700
Summit. .; 06
' Klknorn.....,....; u
" Switr er 718
" Stamping Ground.7sS
Duvall .7 j4
' Johnson..,. .j 40
" ueorgetown..11 ...746
;; as. Depot
" Centrevllle........g 16
TRAINS WEST. No. s.
Lve Paris ....C 10 00
Arr KUrabeth .io 10
Arr Ccntrcvlile..... io 14
Arr Newtown io as
Arr C. S. Depot..... .93s
ArrGor(Cton 11 1037
Arr Johnson .....11 47
Arr Duvall .....,io 34
ArrStamp'g Ground 1100
Arr Swttier.. u 10
Arr Elkhorn .1117
Arr. Summit ...u jj
Arr r iaoKiort...A. 1 1 30
A connects with L. A N.
W. B. BCVILL,
Dli, 1'a.M.ftr it.
Ky. Midland R'y,
Shortest and qulclest between
Cincinnati nnd Frankfort
ftnly Direct Line betrcn
Frankfort, Qoorffotown nnd Paris,
Carllalo, Mnysvillo. Oynthiann,
Falmouth and Ooving'ton.
ask tor tickets via Kentucky
run by Central Standard Time,
lime lanlejnnc 14, 1(94,
No 3. No. 7.
p. m. p. m.
4 IO I 00
4 16 1 10
4 1 5
4 J aoo
4 44 10
4 57 J3
joj 3 00
J 3 3o
S 3 3
3 '5 3 4
5 35 400
U connects with O ,V C. and L. S.
C connects with K. c.
Leave Franklort 900 a. m; GctKHown 10 00 a.
m. Lve Georgetown TranMoit
10 37; arrive n so
The Kentucky Midland Radway.nJ connections
lorra the shortest and cheapest rout, to all
points .south, Hast, .Worth and West.
For further 'nfjrrnion apply to their 4Eent.
O. I). IIEItCAW, Gen Pass. Atrent
GEO. B.HARI'EU, Gen. "upt
OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS.
BE WEST, NORTH-WEST,
FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS
AND EMIGRANT TICKETS.
THE BEST ROUTE TO THE
NORTH AND EAST.
'UtlMAH VESTIBULED COACHES.
SLEEPINO AND DINING CARS
SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE
CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE.
Wrlto for Rates, Mir. TlmcTablcs, Detcriptlv
'aniphlcu, to any Station Audit, or to
M. f. OHAQ0.
Tr.ill.( I'im. ig
Dcslrnblc Fnrm Tor Sale.
Situated hall a mile West of McKtnney and
containing 13s acres of Itnd in good state ol cultivation.
Possession glvcu by Jan. 1st, 1895. For
particulars apply to
ED. M. CSTES or JAS. 01 V ENS,
jS.im ' McKinney, Ky.
DR. W. B. PENNY
Office South Hide Main St., In office
vacated by Dr. Lee Y. Hulfman, Stanford, Ky.
J. B. HIGGINS,
All Hinds of Coal,
Is a candidate lor Constable In the Highland and
ijriioiiuiK .nniinnii unmet, subject to the
ion of the republican party.
Blue -Grass Nurseries.
OrtCHAItD. LAWN, QAKDEN.
A full stock of Fruit and Ornam.nUl Tiees.
Vk.lll.a Gna.1l tTaa.I.. T - . "
...-., .,..... ,,un., v.rapo vines, Asparagus
and every thing usually lound at uch an establishment.
Try us on pries. We do not sell
through agents but direct to the plautcr. Catalogue
6i S Lexington, Ky.
RUSSELL & BROWN.
Msln and Danville Sis , lluttovtllc, Ky.
We have recently repainted and refurnished
the IICUM throughout and are prepared to aecom.
modate the In style. Our Rales
are very teasonable and a jood table at all times,
hneclal attwitlon to (ravelin; men Elegant
room attached Also a first-class saloon
with the lloul. Call and see us. 4c
THE RILEY HOUSE
V. U. RILBY.IPropriotor,
I have moved to ray new Hoiel'iaod am better
arep.Md than ever to accommodate the public,
9 L'"fT attached and every convenience desired.
Give me can.
77 FRANK RILEY.
D. S. CAEJPEITTER,,
At the well-known otdstsnd ol J. li.'crceo, In
Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky.
Hasjuit received a beautiful line of
Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c.
?,i;nd '.V hI 'lkJ,,J f ,l h, P''c "hich
hIl,.linMBr,,,H,lr., ."Jta nice set
of nsrnres, a whip or a dusUr
Hinder Twine for sale.
P. W. CREEN, Prop.
This stable, which It run n connection with the
well-known Myers House, has been supplied with
A New Lot of Horaes, Carriages,
n ruuimer's Supplies and Is better than ever
prepai. .supply the public with
H.IC18 OF ALL KINDS,
P.rre"indnilS;,.UU",,0n ,l"n, WiddIai
P. W. OR KEN,
The Myers House,
1P.W. GREEN. Proprietos.
Stanford, : : : Kontucky.
I am still running this well-known Hotel and
will continue to give tar Eumi. the politist
as well as the best the market affords.
pecial Attention to tho Traveling
When you want a first-class turnout come to my
.7aVeU,1.tl,lhou,he,"V C"' " '"" "J
JAMES VHAGER. THOMAS YEACER.
YJEAGER & YEAGER,
umi tied and mmi stable,
Special Hates to Cvlninercla Men.
If you Imry slve us a call. Nothlnr but
Vou will find a Kood assortment of Harness
Saddles, Ac. Have your repalnni done Lv
mchTicIn Uou?Cr,,"n,1U -" gW.0XbI
" Mch,n".tcllehte.t draft
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