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R" -''- ts ,nas f hi ra f m.t whim WM 1 II iimia n. - --- no . . -.- -. . - ' r i i -n I i r it m i t. -." -- -" ?LJ7: T? -" ' MfwuiiimifTwi"! ....... i.. ., liH .i.i. ... , i. ,J-3 TfMin ' mi 'mi' rj'TTTT, . . .j,..i.''j:'rrm vjv'f wT7rf - T , , t '" k9 AT TRUTH'S DOOR. Knock, nnd It .hnll be oinM unto the". Not once nnd noftly, but agnln and yrt AKnln, mid until honest of RWMt Enclrcli" thy bent ix'lli'rotUrly. Knock without awing midnight, Inr.il nml day, Thro' numbing winter ami thro' noontide heat, And, oh! thro' all the low- south' lirvntliltig ttnwt Alluring npivnt In the opposing way. The iIm'Ikt l the Mlcnco from uithhi. The lotidor nnd Mem I lor bo thy summoning! And If It fnll, as thou dost bnMthK'ss lean tin door thou honrVt nllttlo tlilug Jiit nt tlilt nnlor. fnlnt not ! neither criiijre' "Tit, liny eieaUng in tin turning lilnRi. OtrlU Key I(;ll lu Detroit "rive IVcsm, THE COUNTRY DOCTOR. It) the middle of nit old field, Ions tho fatness of tho soil having been suekwl out by constant cultivation, without rest, without food starved nnd worn out, jiLtt naii mnn or lionst may In belike log cabin, pnrttnlly inclosed by u rickety fence, tho pickets of which were of uiteiitml length, nnd hero nnd there leaned in or out, ns if nlHHit to lay themselves down on tho ground, tired of Mug swayed back nnd forth by every rough wind that blew. In tho little space inclosed by this fenco were a few plants, their livin stnllcs that had run up to rt height of threo and four feet, with a tuft of green leave nt tho top hnving tho nppoaranco of dwarf mini tnis; nnd several rows of dead cornstalks, around which twined thin, sickly cow pea vines, like hopeless poverty clinging to tho dead past. It war, early morning tho dew was otill glistening on the green collnrd leaves when Dr. Meredith rodo up to this cnbln, and dismounting fastened his horo to a little scrub nk that grew near the door, Tho doctor wa.s a fine looking tniii, aliout iV) year of nge, tall, broad shouldered, with dark blnck hair and lieard, mid full dark eyes, In which the light of intelligence shone ns n I'eaetm of hone to tho sick and wretched who had the good fortune to fnll under his ministrations. He was only n country of thoso men who sacrifice, their lives for the good of poor humanity, whoso services nro great nnd whom fees nro small but ho was well worthy to stand as tho of any of ni. brethren, whoso fees, bestowed by tho gmtcful rich for service not so great tin his has lieen in the nggregutc, had swelled their liank nccotititK to a comfortable figure. Ho had come now to attend a jxor girl-only to see her die, lie knew, nnd then to bury her nt his own exitenso; but tho thought that his rrrnud wai to bo altogether fruitless in every way. never occurred to him, ns ho took his medicine cases, which hung over his saddle like saddle bags, on his nrni nnd entered the cabin. It was a poor place it fairly reeked with poverty. Two or threo Articles of the commonest kind of furniture, a pot nnd a frying pan that stood on tho hearth In front of a wide clay fireplace, nnd n tin pan, a few-plates and two cups on tho shelf of a cupboard, tho door of which was gone, ami where tho flies, early as it was, were swarming around n bit of uncooked Imcon, mid the half of n enko of corn bread, were tho accessories of the direct, most hopeless twverty. On a nulo hciUteid, that stood near tho open snshless w iudow, lay tho invalid. Sho lay iicrfectly still, with her eyes closed, her IiIhcIc hair scattered in tangled masses on tho coarse sheet nnd pillow, and but for tho little monn that enmo from her half ocn lips at regular intervals ono would have thought her already deud. A woman in her own rank in life n common woman w Ith u sorrowful face a face market with those lines which constant, never censing distress always leaves there-Kit in front of tho fireplace, where theiv was a smoldering lire. Sho sat there not that sho wns cold tho weather was warm und from the force of habit. It seemed to her tho right place to sit, winter or summer. The doctor, us soon as ho entered tho room, went to tho IxMsiue nnd examined his patient. Unliko tho generality of her class, whose features nre nbnost invariably coarse and invgular, seldom pretty, often repulsive, this Ijlrl vim beautiful, with features ns delicate and clearly cut as thoso of u ('reek statue. From her tho doctor turned to tho woman v. ft!i an inquiring glance. Sho said nothing, but pointed to a pine table that stood in n corner of tho room, on which there, win something covered with a coarse piece of cloth. He went to tho table, nnd, lifting tho cloth, looked under it. "How long did it liver ho asked, turning once, more to tho woman. "Not a minute, doctor," was tho reply: "it jeV givo a gulp, so, an' was go:io." "It i.i better so,"' murmured tho doctor, "I ruckiu it bo,"said tho woman, who overheard the rcinnrl:, though it was not intended for her ears. ''Kf sho wns to die an' bhe's like to, uin't tJioP looking earnestly in Dr. Meredith's face. "Yes." "Then thar'd lx nolwdy to l:Ier fur it, jfr eeo," Tiio doctor said nothing. He wns thinking of tho father of thct lifeless atom. Ho had been found dead murdered, probably, by toino jealous rival the day beforo in a dwp ITlIy not far from the cabin, tho girl, almost dead lienclf, lying on his body, and clinging to it with such tenacity that it lmd Uvn difficult to ners, Tiio man had Iwn n reckless scapegnico, belonging to a good I fam?Sy, but prefeiring tho coniaulonslilp of tho low and vicious. Ho had run through with n moderate fortune, mid then gradually sunk to the level, socially, of those whom, in tho hours of debauchery, ho had chosen for his asMK'iates. Such was tho story of tho man. Of tho antecedents of the girl littio was known. She was not a nutivo of that part of the country, but had comu there about a year Iieforc, ncconipanied by her brother, a little, dried up specimen of humrulty about 15 years of age, but who looked ns though ho might lw 60, so wrinkled was his sallow, weazen face, mi dull his light blue eyes. The two had taken up their nlnxlo in tho old cabin, tlint had licen tonnntless for some time, nnd three months later Tom Stauard, tho murdorcd man, had likewise made it his domicile. Tho doctor, leaving directions with tho 'woman to preimru the infant for burial, rode nway, saying he would bo Iwck lieforo nightfall. In the meuntimo sho could continue to givo the mother the medicine prepared during his former visit: it would ease her jwin, nnd that was nil tliut ho could hope to do for her. IVhcu ho returned just before sunset the noinnii met him at the door. "Will, Mrs. Turner," ho said, "what of your patient V "Sho 'enr to Iks n niundln' a lectio, doctor," was the reply, and there was a hopeful look in tho ioor woman's oyes. "What makes you think so?" "She seem to havo more benso like, an' I 'lows elio mus' lie. soino better," The doctor u cut' to the bedside and took on tho girl's wrist In his hand. It was very thin, and ho hold it gently whilo ho gnred in tho palo faco of tho patient, who was talking as if in her sleep. Then ho shook his head. Soon, very soon, mother nnd Iwbo would lo together. Tho two, so near akin, had nover known each other in this life whnt beyomW The girl opened her eyes large, dark, melancholy eyes they were whilo Dr. nmis bending over her, und looked In viis face. llo it you, doctor P sho said, with voice K' Hively nudible, "an' did yer want to sco ' oml Well, ho ain't here now, but I reckon uo'll lw hero ferec'ly." "Xevcr mind Toiji," said tho doctor. "You have been vcrv si k. Mnircrie. mid must thlnW nliout yourself a H'tle," "Hut I hov to mln' Tom," sho replied relevantly. "Don t yer know he's my bus- ban'f An' the pnocher Kild I miHt' love, honor an' erlwy nil' so I hov to mln' him . don t yer seef" This revelation rather startled tho doctor. It had never occurred to him that Stnnnrd, who had a mother mid sisters moving in tho best circles of society in which society he himself had mingled could havo united himself by marriage to this girl; nnd yet the knowledge of tho fnct rather raised than lowered the man in his estimation, and at tho samo time ho felt that the girl, xxr, friendless, almost outcast ns she was, hud thrown herself away lu marrying him. "When wern you nnd Tom married, Mnggief ' ho asked. "igh on tou ye'r ago," replied Maggie, "Dut, oh my! I wasn't to tell, nn' now I've gone nn' dona it," nnd then sho to cry. "Xover mind," said tho doctor soothingly, stroking her halrlwiek from hor forehead with a gentle hand. "Never mind: you have oulv told mo. mid I'll not tell khvInxIv clso." "Wont yer, now! Well, I know ypr wont efyersayso. You sou, his moughtn't like it, mid we didn't wnut no fuss. Dut wlmr's my brother, doctorf her eyes glancing slowly around the room. "He is nt my house. I thought he'd better btny there while you are sick." 'Ycs, I rockin he had ef you'll letlum. The i' chile wouldn't git nothin' to eat here." "Very well, he shall stay there, and have plenty to eat. Cut you had better not telk any more now, so I will leave you to rest little while." Ho went to the door, nnd stood there looking across the field ut n group of pines that had sprung up and grown apace- where nothing else would flourish. There was n mocking bird singing among tho dark, green plumes, its ever varying notes ringing out loud mid joyous. "Were there nothing beyond this life for us, ns some would have us believe," he thought, "it were better to bo yonder bird, which knows not u pang, nnd whose existence seems to Ixi a never ending merry-go-round, than tho jxor creature lying in there. If life end for man with the death of tho body, then surely he is tho most miserable of II living things. He nlonc knows that long, ing for n higher, nobler state, and to him ulone comes heartache, comes wws, how over fortunate ho may Ixs ho cannot escnpo care, and disappointment nnd sorrow await him nt every turn. Thubi'attliatMrvcsliIm knows uono of theso; its hunger nnd thirst teased, It is content; it suffers from naught save actual physical pain, nnd oven that does not make it howl und writhe us it thxs many men." When ho returned to his patient ho found her lying wit'i her eyes fixed w Istfully o:i the western sky, where the sun was Just going down, ll.xxling the earth and lightlug up tho pale, sad face on tho pillow with a glorious light. Ho took her hand in ills and over her. "How do you feel now, Mngglof he nsked. "Oh my, doctor!" she sighed, "I feel moughty weak, an' my foots is kinder dead like." 'Take this," bo said, bringing a cup from tho cu'plxwrd nnd holding it to her Iis, while ho raised her head a little on his left arm. "Did you over go to churchr ho asked, when he had laid her head gently back on the pillow nnd put the cup uway. " os, onct in a while when I could." "And what did tho preacher tell your "Ho us ef wo didn't rcrpeut that means bein' sorry ho said, for all tho lmd we'd did, we'd go to hell. Dut I never done nothin' so awful bad that I Knows on, 'less'n 'twas marrying' Tom when I knowctl his folKs woulilu t liUe it. Uut ho would have it so, doctor, an' I couldn't help it. I lied to do like lie said." "Well, never mind that; you nnd Tom bed n right to get married If ou wanted to, und you might have done much worse. Uut didn't tho preacher tell you about anything olseP "Oh, yes; ho tol' us 'bout tho Lord, an' how, ef we done w'nt was right mid ot sins, ho'd forgive us an' take us inter u p!uo whnr everything's party, an' tho street is made of gole, an thar's plenty lur ull. That's when we's dead, yer know." "Yes, I understand." "An' is it all true, doctor?' "Yes, something like it." "An' is it os purty thnr es thetj" lifting hor hand feebly nnd pointing to tho western sky all nblj;w with glory. "Much prettier; nnd there is no trouble, no somi'v there, and everybody Is happy.1 "I'm glad to hear that," said the girl", hor eyes brightening with a hxk of joy, "an' thet's whnr I'd like to go fur this woiT un1 ono don't hov much here to make cm happy." or "I bellevo you've been a good girl. Mus:- gie," said tho t"I lies alien done- tho best I cu'd,"she said, "but t don't know much nn' mebbe didn't idlers know wii't was Jls' right." Her voice had been growing weaker for some time, and these last words wero uttered 1 between short, quick gnsjis for breath. Now sho closed her eyes and lay quite still, nml the doctor thought sho was falling asleep, iiul so might eonio the end; but suddenly iho started up, and, half lifting herself on aer arm, that trembled under tho weight of nor Ixxly, looked eagerly toward tho dxr. "Oh, Tom! Tom." she cried, her voico all at once clear and sweet, and singularly vtrong, "I know'd yer'd como when they if Vild yer I sick. Don't go awny ng'Iii, vi1 don't yer drink no ino' now don't yer do :t, Tom." Ono moment sho kept herstrnlnediiosition, gazing ut tho ojion iloor, nnd then fell back du tho pillow. She was dead. Tho doctor closed her oyes and covered her ace, and then went out of tho room. Mrs. Turner was just returning from her homo, whither sho had gono w hen ho tint came. "Magglo Is dead," ho said to her. "My gracious!" slio exclaimed; "how sudden it came an' I thunk she was an1 what's to become of her brother now I A Ho ain't llttln' to take tear of hi'so'f." lu "I will look after him." "Will yer, though Well, now, that bo mom;hty good on yer." to "You will seo that tho poor girl is decently laid out. Send to me for anything you need in nnd I will attend to tho burinl." "Yes; I'll do w'at I kin," said tho woman, nnd when the doctor mounted his horso und like rode uwuy she stood looking after him. "Ef thar was mo' like you lu this worl'," sho said, "wo jx)' folks w'uldn't havo sica a hard time tho it." Uobert Hoggs iu Tims Democrat. lio INQALL3 AND BLACK. A Comparison llolwcrti Dm Tnulurrr of Demi holdlnrt anil tho Vntcrau M'lio I)riiils Tholr .Memory. Thoutrablllouslngalls, of Kninns, has do- lighted uhvuys in ourlng tho venom of his spleen iiwi Ucncral Hlaclt, tho ! sloner of pensions. Tho Senator hhiuelf i not without u war record. Tho fuct was not discovered until Hcnutor Blneltbuni did tho country tho servlco or usccrtalnlng just what that record .'nj. Ho v.-.is judge advocate of the Kansas volrntcors. As tho Kentucky Senator, retorting on Ingalls in kind, putslt: "AThilo Umiurul lllaek.tho cominlHsloner of pensions, ivs.i bleeding on tho KniiRas frontier tho Senator from ui "lwnys behind in tho rear of tho army, was prosecuting Kansas jnyhuwkcrs for rillln' hen-roosts." iiiuiuroKisicrui mo iiimois lAimmnnuery of the Loyul Legion the honorable record of General Ulnck is brloily given, lu April, ISol, Immediately upon tho call for volunteers, ho entered tho scrvieo for threo months us private in thoKlcvcnth Michigan Infantry and was mustered out in July, 1&0I. In August, ISol, ho was commissioned Major of tho Thirty-Seventh Illinois Infantry, and In November, IStti, beeatno Colonol of tho regiment. Ho was breveted "for gallant conautt nt tho ussault on Ulakcley Hattorics," and nftor servico in tho Southwest laitinguntll August 15, 1$V, was conipellcd becauso of disability from frightful wounds which still causohlm suffering, to resign from tho servieo und return to his homo at Danvillo tobattlo with tho death that wan imminent nnd seemed inevitable. Tho judge advocate) of tho Kansas volunteers, us much n. ns a us likely to Ih in personal peril from tho enemy's guns us a sutler, must lmvo some present motivo fjr his particular verbal assaults on a soldier with tho glorious record of Ucncral Iliac!;. It is found, no doubt, lu tho fact that tho Ocnor.tl inn prob able candldute on tho tlc.tet with Cleveland, Whom tllO WasDhdl K.V.IMS Statesman bus vlllflod as if ho wero u General 0Wbcry, of Chicago, hlawolf ll Worthy veteran of th'' war, returns to Chicago with tho rejiort thut ho found uion nn extended journey, from which ho has just loturned, that in ull sections tho fcolin;; favornblo to iuu uouiiiiiiiiou ui vti'iiunu uiacK ior 1110 mnounti almost te enthusiasm. It is ii(jaui.it this nrm, oays tho Chicajfo Jlerahl, whoso skill and devotion to his present duties nro not less coninieuous und valuable thuu wj his military nervico to his country, that tho warrior wajjs his splenetic tongue and unpacks his wrath in words. Ills touso tho Senate chamber for tho delivery of his diatribe ugalnst many men of worth utid character und specially aguinst u chivalrous soldier, whoso worth and suffering contrast strikingly with the grotesque military service of tho Kansas can not bo questioned. For words spylccn in debate tho Constitution afford- him absolute immunity. Dut ho can be unswored from tho stump, and ixxjtie jusilco would afford General Illuck special opiwrtunlty to nccept tho chullcngc. Mr. Insitll' Outhrrnk. Sir. Ingjlls' recent speech In tho Scnuto will become historic for ono reason If for no other. It contains what Is probably tho bitterest personal uttnek ovor mado In open debate on the door of tho Senate upon uny President of tho United States by uny Senator. Tho spectacular incident of tho occasion was intensuied by tho fact that Mr. Ingalls, us President ;iro ttmpjrr of tho Scnato, c upies tho chair and cseiclsos tho functions j of of tho United States. ' Wo put tho insult in evidence, says tho New York Ann, to mark the extent of Mr. Ingalls' offending. "The nomination nnd election of ('rover Plevehmil." mil (tin Kansas Senator, " have mado tho proton- ) Bioiis of any American citizen to tho dency resiieetable. There is no man in this country whoso igtiomnco Is 60 profound, whoso obscurity la no impenetrable, and whose antecedents i.rc so degraded that ho may not jUHtiiiaDiyaaplro to a Presidential the Democracy." Senator lllackburu's reply was effectivo and witty, und his rebuko wns well deserved. Whatc.er my be Mr. Ingalls' I opinion of Jlr. Ovcl.uid, morally, politically or ho threw uwuy tho Ia9t rcfltnuiut of propriety and discretion when ho coavirossod that opinion into these half 11 hundred word t of concentrated venom uud uum'.Mr.'irublo contempt. Who Is Their Attil'.ili'o Mini? Tiio St I.oui ought to bo an oxiert in boyming cundiatos for tho Presidency, h.tving 1ml r und unluous experience. It li.ii ul0'Mtod tho three objections to Givsham vu. : (hut ho was a and ho mado u thut ho has uruopingtoinpyr occasionally nnd says : " John Sherman is not nvuihiblu becauso tho Conkling Btnlwarts would not bo enthusiastic for hi.n, whilo tho Ulaino would bo cntliusiartic against him. Hon. iVuli.in M I'varts is not available Ir. his greatest lllghts toward diruity, lio ii simply funny. Mr. Chuuncey M. Dei :tv la not uvuilablo because ho Is :i bloated ino:ioM)list. William Walter Phclpi isoutof tho question becauso of his bang mid his I'lalnla. lion Harrison voted ngalnst the Chinese Dill. Senator Huwloy io ban'ed ho U a Republican only iu name, und a strict constructionist tho constitution iu fact. Allison would full to poll the Republican vote of Now York und California, und, though wo exhnu3t tho whole list of IlivubihYua, thoro uro only two nialne unit Urciliani." Jlr. SliiTiiiiin's I.lternry lliiieitu. At it conferenco of Senator Sherman's friends" nt Wa .hington tho other day, says tho Baltimore ., it was decided, it is I said, te establish u literary bureau ut Washington iu the Sherman Interest. Tho Sonator is a candidate for tho Presidency nnd wishos every body to know it-and vote a for hhu. Ho has been cheered by evidences of support w ut least two States outsldo of Ohio. Mahono will, possible, lead n Sherman delegation from Virginia to tho National convention. Colonel Cunaduy, of North Carolina, will try to do tho samo. Uliza Pinkston, also, and the other notable Louisiana associated with tho Senator in tho past, or their ghosts, If thoy bo dead, will A now, no doubt, put iu their best licks for him in his timo of need at Ono Agiiinst SliiTiunii, It is ovidentthut tho St. Louis don't lilvu Sherman. 1 1 novor loses an opportunity At te hit him. Itsaya: " John Sherman wroto ono lotter too many n few years ago. citizen of Ohio wont to Mexico to engage business. Ho was, ns ho conceived, badly treated by tho Mexican nuthorities. Ho wrote n lotter to Jlr. Sherman, asking him call tho attention of tho State Depart ment to tho matter. Mr. Sherman replied a long lotter, ono sontenco of which reads thila ; 'A man who Is fool enough to Invest hit monoy in u country Moxico has no right to expect protection ftom his own or uny other Government.' 11 Tho lotter U still iu postesslon of n geutlemiin to whom it was addressed. lives near Chlhuuhuu." GRABrBY, 2489. KKCOKD, i s lluv ktdllnn IJ , Junilt lli'li, fo.ilcd ISSi; li) l'rlncrps J, lreof i jh performers First il.un llamitr, by ll.imltt, Ho), llir tire of A j V l'liiiilinJ a m; :ildim l.lmluia, the dim of Ut mmr J.I, hy IIjiiiIiiCIjiiUii, to, the ulrc f Drxtvr, ' '7H i J'l dim by Imp (tli dim liy I Washington ()ni ; Jill ilim MKg by Imp I meilr I l'i Inccjn, 5J6, the site f Trlnli't i ii, niul iS others with ree.irdj ufi y nr belter; b Wonlford .Mumbriiei lai1,, s n f Muniunno I'het and WiHidlilnc, dim ul Wiiljrew'd ill l'"lrt ilnni , Primrose, ulster to .Mlniiison, lUm id MiinetU, i trial t i(il4, bv Ahd.illih 15, sire of (ioKUmith Muld j a 14; id il.im lll.icl, Kose, il.un nt DarLnes. 1 17 nnd llcrnio.i, tri.l a it', by Tom Tcernrr; jd dam I by Cannon'i Whin. 4th dun lir Itobtn (trsv HninU't lf, the tire i( A. V I'ntlitid a ni, l Vohinleer )j, slreof St Jidicn a II), , (Jliwter a 1; il others Volunteer sj by 10 I'listdiim I jidy Patriot, ilim of Sentinel a jyjj by Voiiiik Patriot SI'litlAl. NOTtCK. In otferlni; tliccricc ot thin hli;hly bred younu . .in,.-. ... it ....un- t r... i .. I .i.". it . . i Ing mare. ill u.ireciate him, nut only a..lr..turhim..lf.l.uta. hor,cwh. breeding ranks him among the (..rcninst in the laud A the public In wed Infornud, at a a-) ear -old he sUrted In tctcral closely c mtetted meet, prot Ing coiichititely In eich cate that he It a gone, reliable. race hore At he kt.ul ' ed agiintt Jack llayden, Ostle II and others, win "Inn easily in three ttrjight hcati; time, a jr. . '.r.nYa'anuV'; KHi'ile.',' -, ttedln the rema.kablt fa.t time .. aai icrticc i limited t 40 approtc , 'n""--1 i GLEITVIBTTT' OHT HiTP Sired bt .Mevscnitcr thief, ist I Slreof Maud Mettenger a in',, Abel iJi'.and I other rimtdam I.ndv (. urr). by l.)ttn, -ire of I Maggie K ii; vm of Thornda'c a a'j , d dam b I Me Jlcy, unol Mambrino chief, n, ,i 1 dam ky Nurnun ' a bay ttllllon, I3K htndt high, finlctl SS; beautiful in c dor and htndtiune in fnrtn and ' he uliowsu true, wi II balanced irait mid has un- I doubu'd )ieed, hating ihnwn ouattera in ,t;! ec lie nan no track work hitt vear Hit dlp sition it pcrlecl and hit Muod . lines first clats l.)ttiin,lhelre ofhlidam, hy ' Thorndale a jH,aond that famnun mare, Dully, I (dam of Direct r a 17, and Onward .) IX dam hv llrown Chief iti) brother 111 bliHiJtu the great ! Clark Chief (lent lew lll tttnd at ro llir Iniurauce, money' due it hen the fjuit ascertained ur the marc palled , with I Will make the present it Wm M Hue's Training Stable at Jan to insuie nlittng colt or io the teiMin.cath at time of ten Ice lie is 1 years old, 16 hand high, a beautiful bay, with tine mane and tall, a perfect model and a perfect saddle horte Sired hy llubhlc's Denmark, known at On Time. 1 First dam M"ll(e Mounts by Cabbie's Lexington; id dun by Voting America, he bj Tatlur's Messenger; I jd dam by Miller's Denmark, which gites lum a double cross tit Uie be t sauuie stock intliei world; ith dam IV John lllunt oneiif the best race ' h irtes in the world ; jth dam by Wasv I M W M III K, Dantllle, K) I I STA I J I j10NS F0 R 1 888. 1 IMP. X.O)STDOISr, 1 Chetnut t'lVJ hands high, tired bv the grlt l.uulander rirtt dam llracelet ly AngeliH, ad d.i lirunette. ny l odinetnn. tii earn .tliss styket by the tatter, ath dam by ihc Cdonel, Ai see stuu b.Mik tor further pcuigree l.osvlan dcr, his sire, ttat by Dale. man, nut of l.ufr.i by Windhoundghe by the cter famous l'anutioi Daletnian by King Tom, the most successful tire 1 KnL'l.ind hateter produced; hit tnrrt. (ireat Tom. Iviiii. lljn anil I'haeloii. it ere iniriurled to the IT I 1 S and made themselves famontas sires ul winners Mini. Tnm iva, lir If ark n the tire of tri.h isiruiatLhrrand Kangha Itallnugh, the tire d 1 I.eamingioii Dalesman's dam by I'anlaloou So it is teen 1h.1l I otiHon hastwoclose crostct of Pan I talooiiand through tire runs ibro 1 aiienast,! ramp Tom h. tone, (ilcoi'.c. eli . while throiiifh his d.im he traces to O'lvulo, Worm.le), IlirJiatther, I he (. aster, siuton ana all tne niost taniou. perlormers and tires in Knglaud. I his horse w dlttanl AT S20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 1 1 I COUG1REGA1T ! 1 1 Hi) horse 10 hands high, M Ten 1st dam dam of Iclloitpla) and HrjLe tarter h) Planet; ad dam. Ki lite, fell, tti raft's and spend ill rift's dam, lit I exingtoii, 2d Jam Murine, (Idle- , sttld'sdam by Imp (ilcncoe ( to ihcstud Unk . for extended pedigree, and find no ruber blo.nl (o j to rating caiandtr and find the line he comes ol, i IhiiIi by sire and dam illumines Ht brightest pages withgrcat achietentcnts He combines the oIinhI of (ilcncoe, l.exiiiglriii and I'haetun, the latter thro' lussirc; Ceil and l.exinglon twice through ' Aerolite and fanny llolioii, the dam of I'en llmeck . and (Unto, thrire in PI irine, I'otahontiia, eti If. the old adage, "Mood will tell," is good, tin. soling horse Mill protc his worth by getting progeny that ' will show in front "at the finish " He is greatly in i marks and form like his tire, the faniuut Ten llmeck ' whox,r milr record hat only been beaten by his son Drake Carter, a full brother to (.'ongregan He it i well not un.stoitulv knit and ha- munles and ' iiuirtersof all the best desi endents of I.etinElou, and will make the season at ITrTI.KN HOI.l. Mts' to insure lllark colt, foiled in iS5; by C'ohban a,t(, (sire of t I Cjayai, Cyclone a ),, Coaster a jb) 1st ilaui.Miceu. ny raw aio 130, sonoi .timoni, sire 01 tannic iiliersioon,a id;, ; auuam .tianam rincu, (dam ul limma ii recoru aji,.tuce llaiM.onia4i,aiid I'untoiiii a4 hy Drennon,,;d dam by licncral iarlnr loiinan all. by Mainbrim Pilot, sire of (Iannis j 171 Mamliriiiu (lift a ao) of dam Cattin. by Cassiut M (.hy. Jr. tire of llarrt lay a a ikfand Du'angu a a.i. , rascal by Alinont, sircnf I'cuiinniit a I7, dam 1'carlle Leonard, by American Cl.11, sire of (iranvillu aa6; ad dam hy John Campbell, sou 01 Wagner; id dam b) Mingo, son of American lidipse; Alinont hj Alexander's Abdallah, sirenf (ioldtmilli Maid, i). itt dam by Mambrini) Chief, sire of dam of Director a 17, ad dam Kate by l'ikit, Jr. aire of dam of Maud S. a oSl. lheaiialytisifthis pedigree shows two crosses of Mamhrino Cliief, two hit of Pilot, Jr.lwo of Henry Clay and built upon a pacing and thoroughbred foundation I hit colt will serve mares at Fir". TK15.N DOI.I.AHS to insure GROYER CJLEYEI.ANJD. dark hay horse ip.i hands high, Is a splendid combined stallion, will he permitted to serve mares $10 to inture itt We will also stand the noted Jack, PEYTON EMBRV, by f 10 to inture Takiu; irt stele and breeding iutiicontideration, ue thins tint the cheapest Moci ever offered. Maret keptougr.itsal$apermonth. No Kor further particulars callonoraddrest. S. II or J II IIAUCHMAN, my 13 Stanford, Ky LTJMBEH, YARD I l have purchased the lumber yardi of Mettra. C.eorge D, Wearen and I. M llruce and will open big yard at the one purchated of Mr Wearen. ut Ilesidcs lumber in rough and dretted, I will carry of large line of window sallies, doors and thlnglei, laths, potts and the picket fence formerly sold by-Mr. Wearen. M. 0. HOCKKK 1TOTICS. My twonne SlnttlniM, Arthur Sim, sired hy fien. Knot; dam l.ady Arthur, and Vvandotlr, tired by Metropolitan, tiji, dim l.ady Welch will be ohlbitcd lit Nuniicllcy' l.vvery Stible on County C'mirt day 'Iheynre holh well bred In r' and I invite the of I.IihoIh to call in and tee them T A l'l.KIN, i( l.am.itter, Ky HLAOK DENMARK! ' fl'IIK Tt'RI'lN Will male the preteiitteaxiii at I. t) , 1 unlet from Crah Orthard, 011 the Slant -id pike, and iirltl tcrvc mare at 1 $10 to Insure Uviitjj Colt, Mi'iiev due when faitlt atreitiined "r mate parted with Dctcrlptntn and Pedigree De11marL.1t II teart old tliit iniir, jit Mick, a N'i I ttyle nnd action, and a good breeder Sired by the fimuut old Stiineivull Jaekwin, he by Miller'iold Wathlnulnn Denmark, hu br the four-mile race horte, Denmark Illack. I)enmark't ilam br ' Criitadcr, grand dar.i by lllackbum't Whip Stonewall Jat.kuii' dam by Ahdallah, Her nam by .Aieuoc Will alto ttand mr two tine Ju-k III. l'K llAWkland I'lllN'L'f: ij 1 I) tiItNi:it' Ciabdrchard SANDIDGE AIIi:.VI. TIIK fOMIIINKIl slAI.I U)., Samlet Donmarls ! Will make the teaton of 1 38.1 at ins italic near She b City, In I inmln coiuiH.on the Slielhy City i a nu Knoli l.ick I ll li m ic run, .ii i t u iur iiic I "". wl1' i""n. "' " " ""' "' "u"' ,""i ' "f1!'.!..!, , ,.. . . . li.IV . .t ul r illit 'iiiii.i i. ...i .'..,--... ,-..- - ttr e and actin, hat big mil and mine, .1.1111! Id hands hirfh, tears ld ihi spring ts a 5 year-o d combined nurse be hat no tupeiior, if an eua, in Kentiuky hating wan tint rruet nt tariutit rairt in the State inliarnett, under add e and in model rint; andno sta hamett horte, at a saddle hi.r.c, at a vombined and j joarod hurte, I believe he has not a peer in Kentucky. Hamlet Ilen111.tr. it by King Denmark, he bt Star he by Jones' Denui.tri, he by o d II act Dtnmark, the 4. mlie race horte he b) Imp. Ilediiefonl Urtt dam by Choritter, he hvConiracI, Imported ad dam liy Jim llroii,heli (tl es' Siroitilnt and he h Sir Anhle. third dam by Duke of lied-ford, 4th dam h) Pirate and h h Chance l.arih er, tilth dam by Keutiutv lllottom and he h Imp lllottom, 6th dam by llrutut, ;lh dam It) Spedal Hamlet Deuuiirt's dim b old l.etln;loii, Kmerj A' Walker's Warner It Itneedlctt to ay that fur harness and ddlc, and for action, beauty, Myie and c chance at a breeder, Hamlet hat no superior, and he transmits thete iiualitlet to his olTtpriug Atataken of my appreciation of putt fatort, atidaiiiiiduieuienl forlutureatilttiiicc, I wi git e $j"ln pre iniu tin for the bett three to.tt by in be thowtiln 1U0 at the Dantlllc relr (loud patture lit be furiiithed at ii jo per month My pertiiua' and tpetia altcnitim l" ke glten maret tupret ent aiidtllt., but ii not be reipoiitih e thou d any incur ij C T SANDIDCK PROXIE. I ill ttand at mt farm a milet vctt ( on the Kither s I'oml turnpike, the fine Young stallion I'KOX IK He is a dark bay, ijS hands high, as loaleu In iwr, Hat been hroken in and Ironed hen a a ynr -ld 111 y 10 pulling a beat y carl I tsill ttand hint a a l "55 to Insure n Colt Due when tertice is rendered and money refunded if mare pros et to be not in fti.il Pedigree Prone tt tired by I'rntaiiles, itt dam by llourboii Chief, ad dam by Itlick Hawk Morgan, Spears , id dam b) Oliver, 4th dam nld to be by Imp Messenger Protaiilet was sired by Pnnseiil, tire Irinket. a 14 itt dam l.ady lllanrhe ht I'ritaleer, ad dam hy Vleaander't Atidallah The urc of 1'mtie sdd a f"w weeks ago for $4.-. CORDEZ r This Ja k is it hands high, ts is foaled June n. 1M4 Sired by Imp I ordoves, I yle't ittdimby (.real Kentuekian, he by Superior Mammoth, he bv Smith's Mammoth, he l.v linn M.mnwuh sd dam by I ee's Mohaok, he hi old Mohatsk, dam imported, id dam by lalboti s I'alifot. be by Imp I'ahfox and out af a Warrior Jennet! Colder will ttand ATTENOOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. Dark gray Jack, A htndi high, years old He is uell bred und of the Jim I'orler tin tnd is a fine breeder Is tan ("be the su of the Hulk jak. that sold afcivtscvk. a, for i.- Will stand at t S20 FOR JENNETS AND SIOFOR MARES o Inture a mng ( oil. l.ien retained 01 . ..It ti.l the .ratoii it paid g l.li HUH, HI. March, 1U8 Itryanlstilh, K. TUP FN(' SDDIK slM.llnN. WALLACK DKXMARK, Foaled May i, 1S70, is h rich Mahogony bay, It's) hands high, heavy mine and tad, it strictly fine and fancy; it both a natural and pleasant saddler; breeds fancy anil when iuiet') dr.ten in harness goes like a trotter. He is ttyle on both tiitet to the third generation; is li.i kod by thnr" ouglibredt on both sides, making Inni ter) acute and sprightly in g.nt, in form and finish a perfect model He was sired by Sumpler Dcniutrk, he by (oddard's Denmark, he by I 'nines A Cromwell's Denmark, he by the rata horte, Denmark, he by Imp. Hedjuford. Hit first d.iui was tired hy Sir Wallace, he hy i'odliunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred, ad dam b) Virginlut, dam Virginiut by Tranby, thoroughbred he by the celebrated Mason's Whip; yd dam a Whipp mare TOM ROIIINSOX, Sou of Wal ace Denmark above, itt dam by Miller's Denmark, he by the race hurte, Denmark, dam I'.oriae , id d.im by .Montgomery t () i. er, jd dam hy o d Dreniuin Tom it a fine shaped horse, Ii ac tilth heavy mine and tai J ijsf h.tndt high.is.i natur.t sadd er and wi I v. irr.int him a t.idd e breeder, JACO! 'I hit tine Jack it by (liant, he by Imp. Palermo, dam by Kohinton's Sampson, he by Imp Mum moth, addam by Imp, Ilertrand. Jaco't itt dam illack ad dam hy Tipp.icanoc Thititahaadtome Jack, yeartod, ij)f hands high, b'.ici vsitli met y note. Win serve it few Jennets, Thenhove ttoct will make the season of 1888 at farm 4 iiiiict from Hiutomille near Carpcn tvr'sStation, and vt ill tic permitted to terse by the insurance, WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, JACO at Jay forjack coit and JijTor Jennet Slock committed to my care and breeding will receive my personal attention (Iran furnished reasonable rates, to be paid for before renins ul stock No responsibility fur accidents or escapes. Farting with stock forfeits the iniurauce, J. STKKI.K CAKl'KN'it'K. L V NtsXiltsi "',. jk.i.. iwrtnLit lit . stftUuLti A flfurr . -.-. . . . . f tl . Th OUIDB ii Uotad Mxh 8pt uh rear. It Is an O! olopcdU of useful for all who pur. ohaee the luxuries or tho necessities of llfo. We enn clothe you ft&d furnish you with all tho necossary ana unnooossnry pplisnoes to ride, walk, danoo, sleep, est, fish, hunt, work, go to ohurch, or stay at home, and In various slsos, stylos and quantities, Just figure out what is required to do all thoso things COMFORTABLY, nd you can nmko a fair estimate of the value or tho BUYBR8' OUIDE, whloh will be sent upon receipt of 10 oente to py postso. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. 111.114 Michigan Avonue, Chlosgo.IlL TALMACE! I iv.ll keep for seivice this tea.on Ui fain, milet south of Jiiiulioii ( itt, lliree lacks ami lurte, alliombmed t'ik il ire well adspteJ t saddle and itet and lli Jacks t ) licit and nuret. The lit tine Jackt at f." t 1 ture a jack c ilt 0 montht old Jljt' intiire a mn or Jennet toll 11 trc.ininc '""" ' 'hi Imtte T mage, and llie Jack, Henry Ward Ilccclicr, Stand at ilo on tim terms A hen on all cdtt f the seatoii Jenneti will be ttken care of alt .sa 1.1 Detcnptiou and Pedigree: Talmage is a nu bronu h irtc in hands lugli, lvitli it eight and mut clc in proportion with a tine, mane and tai , 5 years old this tpiing, tired hy On Time, he I ' y Stonewall Jackson, by Washington DeHmark ( dam I'annie, by Kinkaid't llelthiaair, he by In.i llelinuiar ; Kl Hani hy lalmage s . .1.1 by Hi). I U'nulie.tcr, by lllark Child Tin Iw tine Jacks, JOE BLACKBURN AMD BRICNOLIA, the former f tear. "Id in Align-the Inter 1 year, old in April Holh a-e the um heightli, m, hand. high, with p- l .nional weigh m hy fit I'rmee, It by 1st I'rince, the Adams A Alfortl Imp Jack um i.y uj 1'itic. ny .siiemr irnne s iiiiie , 1 dam Nellie (ir.iy by l.rd Wellington, he by 1 air Naivuleon.ti. td dam br lint I'orler llenrt i lleecher it a nu e Mai k (ilk, 15 hands high w 1 good weight. Ileet.her nat tired b) I'rince, .' dam Itose Kmhree. by Pate FniWe't St .new JacktiNt. atl tiam KU III) the by IHjth.'s IU, .. ts.ll I antiotitly mt.te ptrsont s-sating f ''' jennets t .eallaad see two lacs toltt I bate ft HLicstMirn, whirS it the onfr reliable lettoo . , i..vi iiruiii.i., ll ShelHy Cite. K. TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. I offer for sale pns itcly the property it" Ia" tlllr street, OvvuMeJ by W I. Withers, the contaias about jt at ret and the improvements a a frame dwelling of rooms, a eistertt, lale, ..e essary omriallelings and an orrhtrd The Ir agelt sttdlcieill lur n aJlilna.l build Ing lot I cut ttr, and I il M the prori at Gallon W M IIK I C. 111. U At I armart NatMaal llaiis TUE FLOfiENCE WASHING MACHINE I hate Isouckl the ruht to tell lite Flore n WathiMg Maehttic and in una preuit Mfurmt all bv tuv ts itla to sa.c their clvbs ftsxn Ir. rubttmg and tearing incident to tke ttltl piot.es, trashing, lake one and try 11 ant be ettttrinrr 1 I II nut tsorry you about buy lag unlet sotturc Ii ly satittied as to nt merits. I be undersigned has e purthasetl the I'loren Washing machine and after a thorough trial, s. take pleasure .11 adding our tetiimotty to lit r.ri . and without hesitation pronounee it a suctett n etery partKular, doing all that It 1 tainted for it Wm Daugberty, J W. Wallace, Dr. II. wire Mn S V sailer. A. f. Sine. Hill rerkint, f.ctttt Dudderar, J. K. I.ynn, I.. I. Iljwsns, C Van..y Mrt Amanda Peak, (ir..rge I'eyl.tn, Metli.li clasi , C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kainet, l 1.. Huron, A M. I'cland and many silicrt , M.V. Ileadiuartersat S. s Myert' tt .re Notice of Incorporation and Notlte it herehs glten that the undertigned.w own 1 sure than three fourihsnf the shares of tit stock of the ( rah Orthard and Ihappolls (a 'turnpike lttt.nl ( iimpanv, a ciirmrutdn orgai iard under an Act of the Ittneial Assvmlth Kentmkt, upprmctl I chru.ur 17, iva atwl tnt tied 'An At lis intiirtiorate the ( rah (liehard A Ihapptd't (tap luinplHo l(wd (otapaHt," has sutsorlatt'd thi tnseltrs togitht at authorited bt 1 Art of the (ieneral Asteiiildt of rtenturkt, ai proved April j, iM, and entitled "An Ait a f thoruiag lumplke, graiel and plank road como , rties chartrtrsfliy tpuial Arts of the . semldy to reorg.in e mid operate their fluid und lite genrntl incoTMtr.itioi laws of Kentucky ' a' hate abandoned and telinqulshrtl the right. aid company under Ibe afnrutaid charter as granted by the said Act ol the (ivneriil Attseuibls apnrured February 17, larrt, and have organ. c to become a Itt hi) , nriMtrutc under the gtrtieral n tKHtratin lasts ul Ihit state, 111 chupt rabottlK Statutes and th amendments Iher. I All the ttiKkhotderk ut lite aforrsdid Crab Ortli j..' and ( h.ippell's (isp 1 urupike Kmid Cmnpant shall br inenicrs t the hotly iormrata tii hi ot .mined under this notlte The name of the org.imaation shall he th Cr . Orchard and Ottiiihritn Kiiad Ctonpan audits mini Ipal nlaie of hosiiwst shall ht? 1 1.11 Orch iril, Kt. I tie general husliins tlnill In t iiptr.Me the mad now constructed ami knostn a the I rah On hard and ( lmml t (Jup Turupik. and to eiiiittrurt addithinal lurnnlktt from tl present terminus of said road tn Ollemhciin an when coniplelid to operate the tthnle mud I'hc capital iuk author. ed shall he an) milium not etttjcuing isreuit inoitaanii notlars anil sh, he paid in it such timet and upon tmli condlli.n -at shall be prutcrihed hy the Directory The 1 of tills corponiiton shall 1 1 on April 1, fStt, and shall terininiitu oh April 1 "" I'r.e alfalrs of this ittrjx.r.itKHi arc to be 101. duUed bt a Dint tors Hoard ttiinpimul o r and lour Director, whu shall he ulccted ... the it Saturday In April of each year. Thehlgliest ainoiiut ol toivhun thl. i nrpirrutinn shall at any time itteii shall not exieed liltit 11 hunJreil doll.irt The privnfe proptrtt ol the ttockholder. siia,' he etoinpt f rom the corporate dcbti. N II Miller, John llurhnn.iu, Jn. II ()- tr'. ..r "1 T.S" ."""'ir, dec'.l; J, S I'l.h. sr J llariisAdnrr 0 J llurrU, docM: l.m ciiln ( ouiity, hy D It Carpenter; Town of Cm' Orchard, by A II. I'oh) ; W. M Dooros. 1 T l'ollanl 1. .!: i- iu:i.,I'',m'axi St'KC.KON DFNTIST, Srtss ,ku, - (Kntkkv. Offi 4 toiitti tide Main, ttt, Minors alwve Depot St, IH Friend W S if - :s riftm BhoolJ bo mod few montlu befor conflnemeat. Send for book," To Motiimi, mtllM free. KiooiaxoB C3oM Atlanta, 0. 4 M f: 4 J. 4m Y 'Si .