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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XIX. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1891. NO. 29
-L. Umuiiitui & Co., wholesale boots
ninlslimw, I,ouisvHl, liavo MM for
IV'ttlilent HiurHon actually appointed
two ileinocruts ot tlw Are Jailers of
tliu lnml court.
-1'. II. .Mayo A- Co., RlrhmotMl, Vu
lost tlii'ir Inruo tobacco fuctorM, mm I
nt SM.(XW, by flro.
Tin lute Mr. ltariratn'i otUt flsnrre '
ii5J.'.'7J."i.W. iiBiiufbita. alter all th
of tliu old
Alsur thinks Maine tho
BtroiiKCHt man tliu n'puolirsiH roukl Ht
in Humiliation for the riii!enrr.
Atiilrew Pontoon, of HHinshurr. .
who was hittun by a mnl ln.Miinj wtoka
no, (UlhI in horribl nwny Ttuwiay.
Oningsrille, aftvr an I'Xjwriuiir ot
twoyixira with ilnii: storiM sml bliu!
tior?, law voUhI to repeal her prohibition
Tho largest number of omisraHts in
port in ono ilny mssd thronirh the
barjrw otllcu in Now York Citr Monday.
Tlio total was 5,:M).
1'lirou VanilorlMsn: Brothers, cattle
honlerH in Atchison county, Kns., have
diM from boiim bitten by soiiio of their
ntiiiiiulH with tho hydrophobia.
Tho court of nppouls lms nHirtnttd
tho of the 1'uroUe court which
ll.tcl tho doath penalty nsaunst Anthony
Dun. an, wliokillixl Dr. (iorhntn.
Tho only uouro m.ti:i.trale in Kentucky,
J. N Campbell. 14 on trial at
llojikin.H villi! for for(;ry. Ho k a school
teacher and forinl hit pay certificate.
Ix-Treasurer Itnrilitley plond guilty
on cvory count of miipproprinUinc the
(inula of riilltulalphlit. Tho 17
char;u him with ttwilini; jti7:i 105.
A Htatuo to thoConfwleratodimd whs
uuvciIih! at Frodrickdbur.J, Va.
with imK.iiiiK ceremonies. (Jen.
llmlloy T.Johnson was th orator of the
A rainstorm iVtod! Butlalo, Ijirue
county. I inchw ileep in water, wreck-e
I two mw millrf and literally (cashed
thu rroj in tho aectiott from the face of
There are now :tOh.O0O members tl
tho K niglitH of Pythias' and elno iw
28 yemrs ago, the nler h b
paid ut in Hick, tiaulh and other henrlm
A majority of th editors arc op-p.
ii-d to the propoae! constitution. A
ctraw vote taknn at the Press Meeting
hIiowim! :.! ntraimt it, and for it.
1'ierro, K D., was titlled by a hesey
wind and dust storm, and at the mim 0
time tho thermometer fell front HO to
near the (riioyiuu point, and frost w8
threatened Tuesday night.
Col. Pollock Harbour, tho people's
party candidato for ISovornor, has announce!
that he will not run, Hiiice hit
ownoouuty alliance voted aainftt
tho third party movement.
A burly negro at who hucircri
Hevtral preUy women on tliotreet, ciituo
near boiua lynched. The uui;roM
themolvoH to roaist it anil for a while
a war of rnrus seemed imminent.
Dick Welsh broke into a cisur htore
at i')ilion, Ind., and :l. hours Inter he
was hi way to prison for four yoars.
This is what miplit be termeil "swift
Another thurder, the outcome of the
Howard-Turner feud, has been committed
in Harlau connty. On last Fri-
'day John C.iywood shot and instantly
kill 1 John I lall. Cay wood Mirrcndered
deor;e Barnea and his wife, of
wore pieu () and tU Inshet each bv
Caps. The woman had run 0.1
with another man and because Harnea
took her back the ire of the cituena was
U. M. Clark, poetnyiator at Old Jef-
f arson, near Marfreesboro, Teun., waa
assH8inaled Sunday evening aa he waa
leavimt the honae of ronae lady. UU
uaid that a prominent yonue mau of
Hutherfoul county is connected with the
Two neuron ot Mr. Kuvanacraft
from her house in Bath county, by tolling
her thai her husband was down the
load in a bad fix. Then they outraged
her. They weio arrested and positively
identified by tho wouuui and a lynchiiii;
Ureen Miller shot and mortally
wounded Nimrod Filiate on Troublesome
creek, in Breathitt county.
was firing at his wife, from whom
he had recently separated, when Miller
saved tho woman's life by sending a ball
Conductor Wilder shot and killed a
iienro'whu drew a pistol on him when
lie ordered him to stop kicking the water
closet door down, and the other
excursionists would have mobbed
him had not the train soon run into
Louisville and the help of the policemen
Cow-pastures, three miles from the
nniirt.linnsaand bevond the city limits,
sold in tho Highlands for 523 to 50 per
front foot, with a depth ot isu teet, trom
unpaved streets to imaginary alleys.
Location of the Eastern Park and liberal
use of printer's iuk did it. Louisville
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JOHN WILSON TISDALE.
An Octogenarian Who Was a Horse-man in
Tne subject of thu sketch, John Wilson
Tiadale, w hose picture is eiveii nbove,
was born in liuisu county, Va , on the
1 ith day of November, ls and is consequently
in his 8Ath year.
Hie patents removutl with him to Kentucky
in 1M0. and buttled upou a fanu
between Ctnb Orchard and Stanford near
the old Harry Owsley pla.e. "Wilse,"
ag he ha always been called, early die-played
the fondne. for thoroughbred
ttorbea, which haseharaiteriaedhis whole
life and shaped its course. At the age
of V years he lecauie a jockey, and in
lM5,at the old Win. Whitlev race eoursu
near Crab Orchard the tirst ever
in Kentucky he secured his
maiden mounts. At that meeting he
rode a (illy the property of Wui. Welch,
the great undo of W. li. Welch, lisq., of
istnnford, ami piloted her to victory,
lie also rode and won a race the Hume
dav for l'hihp Tucker. In the same
year he rude in several mount at Con-ley's
track near HiinUville, A In. Here
be rode Apothecary in two mile heats
against Uen. Jaekion's Wild Goose, winning
the last two heats and tho race.
The old general, brin,: struck by the
skill and darint: of the little jockey, took
iome notice of him, "and this," says the
old gentleman ingenuoudy, "made ute a
democrat, and 1 have been one over
since." At the age of IS Mr. Tiedule
quit riding an 1 took up the vocation of
trainer, which was thenceforth the business
of his life. Duriiu his long career
spent chiefly in Kentucky, and mainly
In the family of the late Henry W.
of Crab Orchard, he trained stables
for Holvrt Alexander, Jamea A. Grin-stead,
Dr. Kiiaha Warfield. H W. Far-n-,
W. II. Harrow, of louiaiaua, Ac, Ac,
bringing to the starter's pot, in his time,
such celebrities as Denmark, Joah Hell,
Pressure, Urey-foot, Waverly, Croxford,
AWel Korah, 1!1 Hoy, and many other?.
The veteran turfman is justly proud of
the fact that in his long career as jockey
and trainer no censure was over tittered
air.iiiiit him, nor was he ever suspected
of dishonorable practices. In his old
ue he has the hearty re!ect ami confidence
of all who have over known him.
He makes his home at Crab Orchard with
Mrs. Moore, the daughter of his old
friend. Col. Farris.
In February of the present yonr, Mr.
Tisdalo attended a meeting held by the
Rev. Jasper G. Livingston and Kev.
Mophen Colyer at Crab Orchard, made
confession nud was baptized into the
Chiistian 'Church. .Since then lie do-votes
the whole of his time to patient
and humble study of the Scriptures.
Thus at last, in a seieue and hetithful
old age, he haa wisely put himself in
training for the greatetu of all "Futurity
John Higsby and Miag Ida Bell were
married in this county on the I Oth.
Mias Knitna Weld), of Parkaville,
and Joaeph Wycoff, of Nevada, ilo.,
wore married Wednesday.
-Win, Walker, the jockey who piloted
Ten IJroeck to victory on so many occasions,
married to Miss Hannah
at the residence of Isfiac Murphy,
The marriage of Miss Hattie, young-eat
daughter of Secretary Hlniiio, to
Tru.xton Keale, minister to Persia, and
brother-in-law to John It. McLean, of
the Cincinnati Knijulror, is announced
to tako place early next fall. Idiss
Hlnino has gone t Kuropo for her trousseau.
Mr, M. F. Hetherington, editor of
the Lebanon Knterprise, and Jliss Lillie
lllandford, a Hardstown beauty, weie
married Tuesday. The groom has just
taken charge of the Knterptiso and demonstrated
already that ho is a capable
newspaper man. May he never bo worried
with delinquent subscriber.
It is said that both, Miss Libbio
ami Mile. Mudaline Hlind, of thoM.
F. C, will be married this week.
Cor. Paris News. These ladies
have many friends iu Stauford
who will wish them the fullest realization
of over hope of happiness.
G. B. Horner, formerly city passenger
agent of the L. & N., and nssistant
to Mr. S. S. Parker at that place, has
been appointed divivision passenger
agent of the L. & N. railroad with, headquarters
, K H. Hronau'h sold to .lea Fox 1
, of Danville, 2 yoke of cattle, 0110 for M)0, '
i the other for 30:1.50.
I We nre Indebted to Mr. V. L. Clif-
ford, the clever asent at Mow land, for
courteaies extended to us while stopping
at iiiiBiauou recenuy. 1
-Sunday next ia Children's Day, and j
the Hjptlst church here will obaervo it
wiiii flumu exernai", ,
consisting of songs, lecitations, Ac.
Senrgent Win. Severance, Mr. Thorn-a"
Cbappell and Mr. Joe Adams are
among tho dosen hereabouts who have
recently been allowed pensions of $12
per moutti oy 1 ncie Nim. There nre
romo 10 or 80 In this locality alone who
mil come iu for pensions under the
"new" law, so Mr. I). B. Hdmiston tolls
Mr. Simon Hiirgitw, of Middlesboro,
is at home with his parents. Mis3 Sue
Martin, of Lancaster, in the guest of Mi.s
Nellie Vantis. Mrs. Mary W.
went to Hustouville Wednesday to see
her sister, w ho is very ill. Miss Mamie
Smith, a golden haired little beauty, of
Somerset, who his been visiting Miss
Maud Pettus, returned home Wednesday.
The invitation to Miss Alice Moore's
"Tackey party" Tuesday night was respond
ed to by the elite of town, who to
the number of an hundred and upwards,
gathered at her mother's tine old brick
mansion, where so many festive
have been enjoyed, to
in what society folks call a "new-fad."
The idea was to have everybody
dress In the "tackiest" style, and' right
well did each beau ami belle embody the
idea. The costumes, shabby, old-time,
out-of-date and ludicrously odd, beggar
description There was every imaginable
dress, fiotu the wide-sleeved, high
collared, long-trail stylos of irood (Jneen
Hess down to the yellow ribbons,
waist ant striped socks of the unsophisticated
"anob gal" of to dav.
There was one little lady with white
pantaleU "aillace and a yard wide," an
other with "more ribbon than Sal wore
to the piinii ," a third with all the bonds
and gaudy trinkets with which that
dusky-skinned Hirt, Pocahontas,
that old John
Smith. There was one young ninn,
whom a novice would have taken for a
Hell county iinonhinor, another whose
carbbespoke the "yap" seen so frequently
at a n railroad station, and
a third who looked the veritable tramp.
It was dithctilt for an onlooker to decide
who the ''tackiest" of the "taekoy" were,
but b vote the mini to Miis !
Alice Moore and Mr. Clarence O. liar-1
din. The dance was then called, and !
until near midnight, the "tacks" kept
time with their twinkling fleet to the
music of Scott Faris' magic riddle bow.
A vote of thanks is due Miss Alice for
the delightful atlair and the gracious
manner hi which she entertained her
Dr. F. L. Lnodes, who has been ill
for a long tune, died Tuesday ut his
home near Peyton's ell, aged about 03.
A wife, who was a Mis Coppage, and
three children survive him. The body
was taken to M. Mary's for interment,
the doctor being a native of that section.
After a long and painful illness,
which she Iwre uumurmuringly, tho '
spirit of Mias Mary Cooper, sister of
County Clerk G. H. Cooper, winged its
flight a little aftei 5 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. Iu August last she broke her
leg It waa set and knit pioperly but
inflammation of the knee set iu and she
has been bed ridden ever since, several
othei dieeaaes combining to gnaw nt her!
vitals. She has been a terrible sufferer. I
not only from disease, but from fearful ,
bed wrea, which covered nearly one'
aide. Miss Cooper was fully '
of her condition aud not only expressed j
a willingness to die, but prayed to be at 1
test, she was a member of the Chris-!
tian church, about an dlO years old. An '
aged mother ii left to mourn, nud she '
aud the othei relatives have the sincere j
sympathy of loviug hearts. After a j
short service at Mr. William Hurton's,
whore she died, tho remains were taken )
to thu Hustouville cemetery yesterday
Plenty of good rains in this locality,
and farmers aio encouraged iu the tho
growing crop. Mc. Kubanks sold his
sorrel horse to Pony Heasley for $'.'25. '
Mr. Hill Hettis is putting up a grocery ,
store on the new Danville pike. We
wish him success. Mr. Hrent Harnett I
sold to 1). N. Prewitt 52 lambs weighing '
77 pounds, for $25. J.W. Hright and
wife are spending n few days in Harrods - ,
burg. Mrs. Levi Hubble is spending a place is fairly alive witii them now. On
few days nt Win. Hubble's. Charley Saturday, June 13th, at our openiug
purchased the right for a ' nic we can also give you an abundance
pateut fence iu Lincoln county, in which
you can use oiu pieces in mo lence.
Smut is making its appearance in ninny
wheat crops in this locality. J. F.
is thought to be improving. G. A.
Swiuebroad has sold his walnut and
cherry timber to Forsythe.
LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY.
-County Clerk Scovillc issued
ria on the fith fnr vtr.rii.w. v.iv.
vell and Mrs. Ora Hodge, nee Tanner.
I rof. C. It. Hrock otetwil his orotiar
tory session for common school tmcliera
Monday, with :: in attendance, which
was increaseil seven Tuesday
-Mr. Andy Johnson has a'dde.1 a saah
and d.or factory to his plauiii" mill and
now t here i l.r, .mf,:..,. !
work but what our planing mills can
Father Alvah Pulling was up to see
us this week. W. A. Parsley la on" ou a
commercial tour in South Carolina
Fred Pigg and James Johnson are on the
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iic uiirniupiiieiu oi me ft ns
of Veterans was in session here
day, und re.resontntives from all over
the State were present, some of them
riding as far as so miles away back iu
Fishing parties are numerous, the
lab'st being W. A. Parsley and wife,
Harve Pearl and wife, Fred Pigg, Mose
Parsley and Will ami Warren Scoville,
who went to Kockcnstle river between
Livingston and Cruze's Ferry. They
claim to have caught 12-5 pounds anil
probably caught half that much.
'Tncle" Jimmy McGee died Monday
night, aged 71. He came here in
l""-l from Louisville, and was a carpenter
and contractor, building, with the
assistance of his son Jack, most of the
modern houses that have sprung up in
our town since.
About four years aao
he had a severe sunstroke und "has been
an invalid and suilercr ever since, and
in his case death was a sadly relief.
W. H. Catching went to Louisville
Thursday night for the purpose of learning
the cost of electric lights and
n reservoir to supply his three story
building with lights and water. He
found that the cost would be much leas
than he had expected, and in less than
six months London will be supplied (in
the language of the Hirbourville News,)
witn electric, macadamised street-, and
beautiful shade treea with painted
Uee Mullius escaped from Jjail Monday.
Ho had a knife he had stolen from
John lessee since he was put in and
when Jailer Uvell locked the door after
dinner he placed his knife in front of the
bolt and it didn't turn clean over, audas
soon as left he pushed back the
bolt and made a long run for liboity.
George Wren saw him after he crossed
Main streot and gave the alarm, cauirht
and brought him back. None of the
other prisoners attemnted to i.eimn nl.
though there were two who were under
sentence of two years in the nenittuiHii.
ry. It all had made a break some would
study have escaped.
FARM AND TRADE ITEMS.
Hen Gabbard, Mackville, bought 5s
1,00c) pound cattle of dilleront parties,
at : to 4 cents. Advocate.
Fon s.lk! A No. 1 young milk cow,
first calf. She is a cross with Holstein
and Jersey. W. F. MeClary. 2w.
An orange tree 15 feet in
50feethigh, with 10,000 oranges
on it, is the pride of Terreboue Parish,
Secretary F. C. Poich writes that
Pulaski claims Sept. for its fair,
which is going to neat ait previous
The Anderson News leports sales of
2 cars of slop fed cattle at lj, and 3 do.
at .-J. The latter weighed 1,315 pounds
and went to Chicago.
Fokalx! sixty head of cattle, 2-year-old
steers mid heifers, also several
yokes of good work cattle. Apply to R.
" lJ,l,nf:". Orchard, t.
1'w'or Knott was agaiu defeatod.
this time at Chicago, when G. W. Cook
and Racine both passed under the
st ling tint. Distance ;s of a utile; time
M. S. UauKhman tells us that he has
made a splendid with h.s great
Oeorge Dictator and other tine stallions.
This is tho general verdict of those who
patronized our advertising columns
tug the season just anded.
Cattle are quiet and the demaud
light iu Cincinnati. Het shippers bring
!4i.to 5, select butchers 4.05 to 51,
feeders 31 to 4i ; hogs are slow at 3 to
4i; sheep aieiu fair demand ut ; to
51, Iambs 4j to 7.
A Christian county farmer has set
out SO acres of tobacco this season with
a newly patented machine. It has also
an attachment for watering tho plants as
it sets them, which is quite an advantage
in times of drouth.
GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS.
I desire to say to my friends and patrons
that already have spring chickens
been coming in very liberally, and our
. of vegetables raised in our own gardens,
e have beeu eating peas for a month
and our potatoes are as large as hen eggs.
We haye at least tiye acres in garden
stull'. Come and see us.
D. G. Slavghteb.
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MRS. NANNIE W. OWENS r: J. B. COOK,
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i.a .it i ails Br$3HSSK&
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Per Week Sio oo
Senates 1 colored; 5 00
half pi ice
Si COOK, M - f"i fi .tUt4 FJ . Ky.
Streets, opposite Court-House,
W. K. LCGAM, Manager.
L. Marshall, Lierks.
Jeweler in tits Lead.
-' A a Penny
Has the lart ur.d
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
ever shown in Stanford at prices
as low as tlle lowest.
the best watch-makers in the State,
Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to
of all kinds beautifully done. Old
price. Your trade and work is
A. R. PENNY.
Per day S- tu
Servants (white) 7 50
Children under 10 years,
in! .ma'io' , .- ijr.. OWENS
LA 1 1.
Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green
A. V. Jont". J. J. Sulliwn. J.
Tlis Old Belia'ole
ouic. 10. Watch
6 ' V V
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Remember that I have one of
who can do anything in Watch or
send jobs to the city. Engraving
gold and silver taken at market
tcd and I guarantee satisfaction.
A. C. SINE.
FULLS HOTEL, -
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Stanford Lumber Yard,
The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky,
LUMBER, SASH, FLOORING,
LATH, DOORS, CEILING,
SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING,
Verandah and Stairwork at city prices.
WOVE2T "W1HE A1TD SLAT PENCIL
We carry a full stock of everything found in a
FIRST -CX.&SS IsTTMBER YARD.
Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract
orbuildin". SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky.
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