Semi-Weekly Interior Journa;
Pabllehod Evory Tuesday and Friday
3S PER YJCuVie IX
sWWhen not to pud 82. 60 will be chirged.ne
K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.
Trains leave Stanford 417:15 a. m nJ 3 p.
arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:10 p. m.
L.O. LOCAL TIME CARD.
No. Mi Train coin: North... ,. 11 s;p ra
" " " ..... "
No, so, 3 S
Ho. ts, South . i 04 p m
No. o3, " " . 1 (jpm
QUEEN & CRESCENT.
Trains past Junction City as follow 1
No. t South n 37 a m No a North ...3.56 pm
" 3 11.5s am " 4 " ...1.46 p m
' s " . oi m " 6 " ...3.13 a m
7 " I ogam " 8 " ..3 37 m
g 8 40 pm ' 10 " ...6 00 a m
Note.. Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur.
her than Junction City, nor on Sunday.
A cream of tarter baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening
strength. Latest United States
Government rood Keport.
EOYALBAKING POWDER CO.,
100 Wall Street, Now Yorfc.
TTTTVnO I will ta
forcaihorln trade lor leather on
court days at Stanford or at my home in Olten
helm. Chat. Ennslin, Tanner.
John B. Castleman. A. G. Lankan
Ocwmerce Building, LouifcviUa
Agents throughout the South
W . A. THID3L3, Local Agent,
,.ir you ARKGOING.,
EIGHTH ok WEST,
LOUISVILLC 4 NAtHVILLt R. R.
It the line for you, ai iti
Double Dally Trains
Make'cloie connection! at
LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI
For all points.
THROUGH TICKETS SOLD.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
Tor any information enquire cf
JOES. uc. Agent,
WILL BE HELD
Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895.
On ground traversed by nrli'pits, over which
Sherman threw ln first he.l into Atlanta 31 years
-ago. the Exposition is last taking shape, i'he
railway facilities ol the great
Audllts connections to Atlanta, together with low
railway rates, will enable the people to male a delightful
trip at but small expense.
f he Queen St Cretctnt runs superb Nestibuled
trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor,
Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct
to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexington,
Someret and iiarriman en route. More than
too mllea shortest line Special low reduced rates
to the Exposition Ask jour Queen & Crescent
egent something about it in detail. Write to
A. J. LYTLF.D PA, - Chattanooga, Tenn
CHAS. V. ZKLL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O
ForJfree inforir ation and printed matter.
W."C. RINEAllSON.G. P. A., - - Cincinnati
Portland. San Francisco.
1 ... . UiuJll Bl W K Pi. Is r0w7f7v2
yTTT" ' "- - ss.
Only, Dining Car Koute Frcm
Elegant Pullman Vestibuled
Sleepers ol Modem Patter a.
Forlmpor any information, aldrets
sTRAKK J.HEID, X. H. BACO.V,
G. -P. Agent, - D.P. A.,
Denrer. MONON' to call for St. Paul.
Jrunes HroTTM rotter.
Tho appoarancoof Mrs. James Brown
Potter nt Daly's theater rcnlls a
that I had recently with n
lady who is n frioiid of James Browu
"Jimmie Potter told ino not long
ngo," fiho said, "that ho was ready to
tako his wifo back whenovor sho was
willing to como and ucvor ask a
Ho said he had kept his homo as
much liko it was when fho was mistress
of it as was po&sible, and ho had taken
pains especially to keep her room jnt
as sho had left it, so that if by any
chanco sho should ever wish to como
back sho would find n weleomo in tho
familiar things that are there Ho
that ho did not caro anything at
nil about what tho world might say. A
homo was waiting for his wifo
she wanted it."
Thero is a touch of pathos in that declaration
which is not inconsistent with
tho devotion that Jnmos Brown Potter
always showed to his brilliant wife.
To selfish natures this declaration
would seem most weak, but to thoso
people who lovo only onoe, and then
forever and I doubt not that thoro aro
such, although thoy may bo few tho
attitude of James Brown Potter will bo
Altruism sometimes roaches to tho
plauo of heroism, and tho unselfishness
of this man is indeed lofty, but for all
that I think it most improbablo that
Mrs. James Brown Potter will ever
tako ndvuutago of tho lovo that seoms
never to havo left her and keeps a
homo always ready for Iter. Cholly
Knickerbocker in Now Yoik Recorder.
The Night Migrating Ilinlis
Tho weird, sweet, annual mystory of
tho night migrating birds has begun.
Last night, sitting in a canoe on tho
lako, tho listener heard for a long timo
tho soft, aerial twitterings and calls
which mean to tho birds, bound on thoir
long journey, perhaps from Canada to
Florida, what "kcoping hold of hands"
means to human beings. "Chirp? Little
ono, aro you thero? It's a long way
to Cuba, do you know, and you'vo never
been there before. " "Chirp! chirpl
Hero ant I, I should rather say! Going
to Cuba's nothing when you fool tho
way in your bones, and in your wings
especially, and in your very
Chirp, chirp, twitter, twitter I
Como on, mamma, wo'll load tho way 1"
On, on, indeed I
All night long, no doubt, ono might
heat tho soft calls and oven tho flutter,
now and then, of tireless wings. Do tho
old birds know every lako and stream
on their way? Possibly. Thoy boom to
follow familiar paths in all they tlo,
and yet what almpst world reaching
journeys thoy makol This rosy pino
grosbeak wintered in Ruia last year;
this year ho will winter in
perhaps; moantimo ho has inado
n little urctic expedition of his own,
and could tell Nordeuskjold nud Peary
all about tho north polo if ho only
would. Ho has been thero and considers
it a small matter. This humming
bird could bo put into my Judy's
bio, with his bonk sticking out liko her
needle, but thero is no man who has
survoyed tho Noith Amorican continent
with such it compreheusivo view as his.
The Musical Voice.
Dr. Pegg, who was ouco an associate
of Abbo Liszt, ontortaius tho opinion
that tho voices of singers may bo affected
by thoir diot In thofco parts of
whero fish is tho chiof article of
food, thero aro fow lino vocalists nud
tho voice in ordinary speech thero is apt
to lack dolicacy of timbro and also dig
nity. Dr. Pegg has como to tho conclusion
that tho food most desirablo for
singers is of a graumivorous kind, yet
they may properly iucludo a moderato
quantity of meat in their daily ropast
Ho discards tho idea that malt liquors
givo strength to tho voico, though thoy
may stimulate its action for a brief
timo. Thoy had better be avoided by
thoso singers who desire to keop their
tones freh and rich.
Tho smoking habit is not necessarily
injurious to the voico, if tho indulgence
in it bo well restrained and tempernto.
Dr. Pegg lias no patience with thoso
French composers professing to be symbolists
who would miuglo with ninsio
tho "potent spirit of perfume. " Tho
ancient Romans beliored that in
thero was n subtlo power to create
emotion, but it ought not to bo used in
combination with inusio to iutonsify an
nitistic impression. Tho music alouo
should bo all powerful.
An Ailrolt Teacher.
Consideration for others is not always
rewarded in this world, howsoever it
may bo in tho nest. Tho Nashun (N.
II. ) school board w ifchod to get rid of a
teacher for what was, to it, incompetence,
but in order not to iutorforo with
tho teacher's prospects olsowhoro tho
board committeo agreed to olect her,
providod sho would rooigu at ouco. Sho
was elected, did resign, but before
by tho board sho withdrew her
resignation and fcubatitnted a requost
to bo relieved of certain work, which
the bourd refused to grant, and thoreby
rathor estopped itsoll from demanding
hor resignation. This young woman may
not bo a very good teacher, but sho is a
capital politician. Bustou Traveller.
KlsilriC Ilysleulciilly Unhealthy.
In Hungary it used to bo customary
for children to kiss tho hands of thoir
teachers on arriviug and on leaving
school. This practice has, howover, recently
boon forbiddeu by tho board of
education, bocausti it is hold by tho sanitary
council that klmg is a dangerous
proceeding from a hygieuio poiut of
view, and should only bo rojorted to
when absolutely iieceary.
That it is unnecessary in this particular
case will bo granted by most psoplo,
but still it is to bo feared that whatever
terrors in the way of Infection unil disease
may lurk in a kiss, whera Oapid
holds sway, boards of education aud
even acts of parliament Will bo power
He Can't Split the Wood.
But "The Wonder" will bum it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks,
cobs, etc, just suit it. ,
SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL.
No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and
sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago.
W. H. WEAREN & CO.
A. C. SINE,
Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence,
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC.
I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices.
J. II. IiAUGHMAN.
STANFORD ROLLER MILLS
Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal
Trr some of our brands and you will huve no other Fancy Patent No t, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family,
' Belle of Lincoln and Creole.
SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE
Our all kinds mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstufT, Oats, Har-ley
and Ilran. Remember all Feed orders roust be accompanied with the cash. Address or call on
J.H. BAUGHMAN & CO.. Proprietors,
Sin 11 ford, Ky.
11 Eiul!i" 1
liBiII I II 1 lliul
Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats,
Ready-made or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man.
H. ! J. ! M'ROBERTS.
T am now sellinfT Pianos and Orcans at prcatly reduced prices and
on easy monthly payments, orany
best. I give special attention to man orucrs anu turry as nut .t .mi:
of goods as can be found any wherein the land.
I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever
sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced.
iSr Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel.
Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking
this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue
teaching as before. Address
P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky.
How doth the little busy bee,
Improve each shining hour,
Gathering honey all the day,
From every opening flower,
riiri unu livtrn this in vour little shool book loner aco? Business was
very dull all summer, however, we have been busy keeping stock,
improving each shining hour, getting ready for busy timcc.
Terms Cash; Prices Low. There is where the "honey" part of
the poem comes in, We will not quote you Furniture, Capets, Wall
Paper in cold type. It would not look well, but we arc all right and do
uot want too much "honey" from one flower. We will give you as
much for your money as one possibly can. You will get rock bottom
figures. We are right in the procession with our distant but friendly
competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that arc worth
the consideration of people from a distance. Depend upon us, or
write us. We have plenty of time to write letters.
WITHERS & HOOKER,
Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky.
sggrggggsjaas Sigi ksV
Stock. llreedcrs secured from tno bet herds In
Vc guarantee satisfaction.
Than anv heater in the market.
For Halls and Offices'
S. II. IIAUGHMAN.
other terms to suit tho purchaser
THE HERD OK
Duroc Jersey Red Swine
R. H. Bronaugh, Pror,
Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky.
rigs forsa's fron tv best typt of Rejtstere
several different States. Correspondence Solicited
HIGGINS & MeKINNEY,
ForS e, et
DUROC HOGS now ready for service
all subject to register. J. M. McROll EK.TS, Man-
ora. 09 tin
R. B. MAHOWEY
. . . Kor
Liio, Firo or Tornado Insurance
Your policy will be isiued promptly and renewals
carefully I. oVed after. None but tin hest com
panlos represented Office on Main Street, opposite
St. Asaph Hotel. 69 im
BIG-: 4. : ROUTE,
For full information as to time of trains, etc.
rutn'iy rcprcsen.auvt wg rour koui
I) 11 MAltri.V.
Pats IYtffic MfcT Gen Pais ami lit Ag
ORCHARD, LAWN, GAUDEN
FALL. 8 95.
All kinds of, Fruit and Ornamental Tree,
Shrubs, fmall l'ruitt, drspe Vines, Apparatus,
Ac. Ac. No agents. May dlicct aud save mon
ey laiaiogucs on application to
II F HILLENMF.YKR.
6$ im Lexington, Ky.
Hotel of 13 rooms with fixtures. Splendidly located.
Gotkl carden and orchatd Hue opeoiue
for an rntcrptislug man. will bt sold at a tar-
Kin. tor particulars call cm or addiess,
I). 1) KDMISION, Agent,
Crab Orchard, Ky
W. S. BTTHCBs:,
Attornoy at Law,
Stmiforcl, - - Kentucky.
O'Ece on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court
House. Collections receive especial attention. i
Female -:- College,
FallSessIon Opens Sept. 3
Primary, I'repsratery and Collfcute Depart-
Scientific, Classical ami Special Courses 01
hcboolsef .Music, Art, Kreech and Etocnliofi.
Ilett teachers cwplored, ea.h a specialist is her
Hoarding pupsls uuler the eupcrvities el
Ferlurther infermaimn, address
WILLIAM SlULfON. PresldenU
Oilers his services o the people ol West Lincoln
and Casey Counties 1 uil stock of Cotfius
and Caskets always on hand.
D $ Carpenter. Manager 9 J
J F. liARKKR, Proprietor,
Somerset, - - Kentucky.
Rate TWO DOLLARS Per Day.
Remodeled and rtfurnlsheo throughout. Large
and Commodious feample KoenM
Halls and office connected )y Klectric Hells
Prompt and polite service to guests. 47
M.S. J. W. llAlltiHSIAh.
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
Stanford, - - Kentucky.
II you nexnl livery glo us a call. Nothing but
first-class turnouts will leave our stable, bee us
for rales, luour
You will And a good assortment of Harness,
Haddlca, .V. llaseyour repairmi; done by
our man, he understands his business. We have a
mcchaulc in our
wjrlc aid imjfjCtJr
d'icM Ty our ho". shcxr.
FOR SAX.K t
Two Good Blue-Grass Iarms near
Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky.
Tho beirsot Mrs. Amer.ci llailey, deed., offer
lor salo her two Farms, situHtcd al tit ono mile
westof Huttonvllle, in Lincoln county, on the
Itradlordsville turnpike road. These two Farms
adjoin aod taken together contain Jto ncres el
land and can be divided so us to Include oliout 140
acres In the home place and aoo acres in tho sth
er. The buildings and imprrovemcuts ou tacn
aro comfurtablo aud substantial. Kach ot the farms
is well watered and convenient to eoeil schools
and churches Terms reasonable. Title dear.
For further informatlju apply to either of us.
J. 1'. J1AI1.KY, Manlord, Ky.,
J V liOL'KKK, llustonville, Ky.
S FAYKTTK dunlap, M D ,
Farmers BanMTrast Co
OK STANFORD, KY
(scawfully'oruanired and ready for business win
Paid up Capital of - - $200,000.
Surplus, . 2o,000
SUCCESSOR to Till! LINCOLN NATIOJIAl
HANK OK SfANrORD,
MowclosiDs up) with the same assste and uadei
ihu same manaeement.
By provisions of us chaiter, depositors are as
fully protected ai aio depositors m Katlona,'
Uanks, lU shareholder! being held individutllr
tiaole to the extent of the amount of their ttoc
therein at the par value therool, in addition to ths
amount invested in such shares. It may actss
executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a
To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us
while mnaglng the Lincoln National liack si
Stanlord, we we here tender our many thinks an!
trust they will continue to transact their ')ininM
with us, offering as a guarantee for pro-apt attention
to same, our .wenty years' espenoncc in
banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent
with sound banking.
J J. Williams, Mt, Vernon;
. II. Shcnks, Stanford ;
J.S. Owsley, SUnford;
J. B. Owsley, Stanford;
J F Cash, Stanford;
William OoocB,, Stanford;
A. W. Carpenter, Mllle('gevllls,
S. 11. Bhsnki, President,
Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Ceihlsr,
, . W.M. Bright, TtUcx.
DR, W. B. pExranr,
Dentist, : Stanford, Ky.
Office on Main Street, Opposite the
r OUR HUSTLING INSl RANCK MAN,
M. W. JOSJtfSOlT,
WKo represents the Old ReliaM Michigan Mutual
Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can
write you all the most favorable plans ot Insurance,
He aiso represents th old reliable Central
Tobacco W"nrrhouN of LoMisvllit. Ky., and will
be sjlail to have a liberal share of your pairoaiee.
Will bt leady to coaler alt the Isvots that can be
flten by any warehouse Liberal cash advance
mints made on consignments, beth in the warehouse
and country I will be at .Stanford tvery
court day. Paities wanting hogsheads, prises or
meney should address me at i'alut Lick. Ky.
Prompt attention guaranteed (9 ftm
Something to Beautify the Ladies.
Dally openfnitif. New Hals, flowers and lacesl
We give Hie assurance to the trade that they wil.
find In our estartllshnicnl the same cscluslvcniss
n style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the
la11ng novelties in Millinery (or which we ate
It sow 11 throughout the country.
I have secured a trimmer for tne season.
Thaukins vou lor oast favors, we respect' .
fully solicit your patronage heretofore to literally
bests ed. M I) DUlitJhKAR'
KATL DUUUURAK, Manager.
TO TEES LADIES !
rtew roods ol the latest at vl
Call In and see the laresi and bsst assorted line
ever brought to Manlord Prices at low as the
, MlbSLICClE nEAZLEY,
THE BAST1N HOUSE,
Crab Orchard, Ky.
.Meet all Trains, nlifht rxl diy I'ltrons taken to
any part oftewn Frca of Charge.
Good Livery Attached. Fare rf Hotel s 00 per
day. 1 1 6m A. II HAST1N, Prop.
W. S. Uutth, M. Newland,
AltJ. Kt Iw. .Deputy Sherllt
Euroh. c& lTo"wland,
Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky
We offer our services te the public to do a sen
ral Colic ling ltiisinnt. Accounts, iietes, etc
oallecied in aui parts 01 tuecoualy. 11 ta
"Wallaos E. Vtornoii,
Attornoj at Law,
Stanlord, - - Kcutttclzy.
Will act as Kxecutor.lAdeiimttrsMr axl
Special attention Cl.en to Ssttlessnts ol Fs.
ates, as Attorney and bale and Divlsltm of
Office on Lancaster St overSupl . W. F. McCla
y's office. 9
A. S. PRICE,
Sinn ford , Kv,
OiSceover McRobcrts' IruiSloM in the Owsley
THE RILEY HOUSE
F. II. RILBY. Troprlotor,
London. - - - Kontuoky.
1 have moved 10 ny new Hotel and am better
prepared Iban ever to accommodate the public,
t.ooj Lircty attached sad .very convenience
Give me a call.
77 aFKANK RILtV,
DON'T FOROKr THAT
THE FAVORITE MILLS,
AT McKINNKV, KY.,
Have just been overhauled and repaired from bottom
to top by the fatuous Richuwiid City Mill
Works, of Richmond, IijiI , and with capacity
now Increased, aro dtng more and better work
than ever .ih the old reliable I) V
Kfonedy as head ir.dUr, jou are sure of iroed
flour and fair treatment H. sun nnd bring us
your grinding and wnrii b tying call tor our old
and .ll esiablubod brands, favorite Patent, La.
dies' Kaotitc aud Ilakers' Choice
HA 1Kb A SON,
.Successor to K. L Tanner, ravorlte Milling Co
G. B. COOPER,
Proprietors of ..
Livery and FcctlJ Stable,
Hnlng bought of f W Green his l.lvetv business
and added new buggies and hurses, we arc
prepared to furnish i
On short notice The traveling public will find
us always ready and willing to turnith Drummers'
Wagons, cither single or double, or
of atf kinds at very LOW PRICtS. The
beys in end around town will also find us the people
to deal with. Stop wltnus when in town at
courts arid entertainments and your horse and vehicle
will be well cared for
S7 Myers House Stable, btauford, Ky.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cupital Stock- 3200,000
Attention or the public is invited to the far
that this Is tba only National Hank In Stanford
Under the provisions of the National Hank Ae-depositors
are secured not only by the capital
stock, but by the stockholders' liability for as
amount equal to the stock, so that dopositon ol
this institution are secured by a fund of Jaoo.oce.
rive sworn statements of thocondttion of the bank
are made each yearto tho United States govern-went
and Its assets are examined at stated tames
by government agents, thus securing addititoaa
and perfect safety to depositors.
This institution, originally established as th
Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then re-organ
lied as the National Hank ot Stanford in 1861 and
again reorganised as the Hirst National Bank ol
Staulord iu iSSa, his had practically an uninterrupted
existence of 11 years. It is better supplied
now withlacllitles for transacting business prompt
ly and liberally than ever before in its long and
honorable career. Accounts or corporations fiduciaries,
firms and individuals respectfully
The Directory of this Bank is composed ol
Forcslus Keid, Lincoln county;
S.T. Harris, Lincoln;
J. H. Colhei, Lincoln;
J. W. Hayden, Stanford;
S. II, Baughman,) Lincoln;
J. S. Hocker, Stanford;!
W. A. Tribbio, Staaford;
M. D. Elmore, Stanford;
T. P. Hill, Stanford;
K. L. Tanner,;McKinney;
Preside- M,"er' "'' '
J. B. Hocker,
Jno. J. McRobcrts, Cashier;
A A. McKlnoey, Ant, CUr
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