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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal SOREAMBB A mahogany bay, Mack inane ami tail, 16 hanJa high. Fine taddle ttallipn, foaled May 15 1888. Sired by the well known aacldlc atallion Screamer, ht by a noted Denmark horte Firtt dam tir a Second (till, id dam br Logan's Uill.Ild dam by bill's Vermont. Uld Screamer in hU day and time wa a Till thow horte and hat produced a fine tot of tadde horte Thlt younif ttalllon hat n few coining yearling that atu w fine aaddlo qtiallliet and are good one. Screamer will make Inn teaton ol i&jal the ttable of hit owner on the Di Kiver and Gairaid County turnpike, near Uuddcrar'a Mill, At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. 1 will al the tame time and 1 1 ice stand my 5 year-old jack, AW iaranB3R"sr At IS for a mirrand S4 fur a horte.to tnture a liv ing oolt money due 011 all MMioni when colta come. II maret are traded oil or removed I rum tne without aatitfving tne lhat they are not In loal. teaton becomes due. Lieu retained on colt till money U paid. Addreia O. M. SPOONAMORE, Rowland, Ky Central Park, Danville. GAMHONITO 8419. Kace record 3:34 5th heat. Foiled 188; lltack Hone, 16 hind 1 SircUby IS A Mil KIT A WILKES. (Sire of ji in a 30 at 10 yeart ) 1 dam Maud, by Garrard Chief (irol llatil Duke a:iltf and of the tlamt of Don I'lxarru (3) il)f, Don jit 17.. I.otile Lnwric () j 16);, Galetiaa by Mamhrino Chlrl dam Nell, by an of Hilly Holer a 14, by Col- beau, tire of 6 producing damt. j dam by licit' torktturt thoroughbred. In ottering Gambonilo't lervlcet we believe that ehatoin him the BEST INDIVIDUAL, the HKSr OA1TKI), BEST TKMI'EKhl) and at GOOD A RACKIIOKSKatllvtt. 11 hat proven hiuittll an etcellcnl breeder, Thefirtl colt of tut gtt wat handled latt teaton al a voir old, and trotted quartan early In June in 4 tecoiida, and at then turned out until fall and handled about a month and could trot quartert late in the fall in jftocondt. We male the price for hit tervicet to anybody can areed to him (35 tolnture.or JJ5 the teaton, cuh at limit of terrier. We will handle ttveral ol hit gel thlt aeoton. We Invite you to call and tec Gambonito and hit produce. Care to prevent accident, but not thould any occur. Mate kept at tea nabtt ratei We will handle trotlert and taddltr at reason-able ratet. For lurlher particular! call oa or ad dret WM. M. KUF. U SON. 61. Danville, Ky, ONWARD MESSENGER. Standard. II red by Onirics Dunn. SIKKD KY ONWAItl) CI1IKF41U3. Hy Onwnnl Mil, rcconl 2M, ulrcof l!) in j:W Iit, nUu 17 producing hoiu hikI 10 jirfMlucln (laugliliTh. Jt lUtn IjiiIv lv Chctf lOl'JO; 'Jd tlnrn Kllw June, (ilnniof Mnml MoMomrtT - 101. .MurH'J.'l") by (tcntlu Jlrcf7u Sl.'iO, ulre of l'cnrl 20, Ac; !M tlani Kilty Hivvn, tlain of Hcrtle 'ilrl 'JU7, by AlMlnllah l', hire of Almoin, Jtclmont, Ac; 4tb ilitmbv IM Jncktil, sire of llio ibttn of Kontneky Wilkes T2l. .MnilUoii Wilkos 2'JSJ nml grantlnm of Itel Wilkw, So Ho 2 17J, I.Uxio Wilkes -.''-,!, Ac llay lioi. heavy innnc nntl tail, with hlu, Piylo ami llnl.li. ami rt'prusontin mjiiio of tin bcH UDltliiK fninllicH in the vrholo country. Shoiihl tnitko n roal Mock home. AS ill nmko :t chort hcivson nt our tahlc 'JJ west of Stnnfonl, nt $12.50 to Insure a Mare in Foal. At Biimn jilacu a LARGE 3IUJLE JACK, At 110 to insure J. A. AS. T. HAKIMS. 7 tnnfonl, ICy. Wed&'ewood 436. Thlt fne taddlc atallion will make the teaton ol ifcjj al my ttable one mile wctt nf McCormacLt Church eu the Knob I.tck, McCormacka Church and rurnciivillc turnpike road, Lincoln Co , Ky, al $3 the Gci:cn, er $10 to In:uro a Llri Colt Four Uonths Old. Colt itindinj cooil until teaton lunnoy it paia, marc parted v.lh or removed from Co., lorlellt inturaoie money. DiKription and rcdigree. He m a dark bay n, handt lush, heavy uijiic and tail, very tuioothe, even turned hone jii :u all the fancy aaddle. Kaitt which he tranta.lU I., icreal unllormity. II wattired by Secoita , . I S.heby ewcl Denmark (Cunningham) 7, I. oy old Wathlncton Denmark 64 al dam l.illio Denmark lred by old Stonewall Jackaon 7 J, he by old Washington Sa, dan Crutiader .tc; Jd Ja.a wat tired by Rille'a Clencoe, ho by I - o encoo dama thoroughbred 3d dam wat am y tho Kreat old Tom Hal and out of a Coppci. t.iiu. KcaluioK the great demand for a tut! v.ata tad-die ttallioti I have taken great paint tc crott Ihit horto and I respectfully Invite the impcction and patronage iifevtry one withtni; to bred to a hurte helongitiK to the mott opiiiar and faihioniiblc bred lamiiiet of hit claat, a ho crottet back to tho acknowledged foundation taddle itraint. L Maret kept any way on liberal term, but not retpontible for any accident! thould any occur. J. M.CARTER, JR., Shelby City Ky SILVER TIP 169. Thia handtome aaddlu tUlllon will make the teaton of 1S0) at the ttable of lleailey Hrot , one mile well of Stanford on the llutlounl.e turn pike, At $15 to In3ure a Living Oolt. Money duo when colt it foalod or niaro parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another horte, l'atturage furnithed marc from a dltlance at Ja per inonin. uue care win 00 ucn vent accident and escapct,but la no event will we be reapontioie lor ciinpr Pedigree: SUverTip wai tired by Silver King, he 1 by On Time, h6 bv Stonewall Jacktou. Firtt ! dam by SkedaJdle, J" Oliver, ton of Vag .. j'i i... w -.1 1 : aaennn nuin 11 ncu lot Silver King' dam wu Mo lie Mounce, aired by CabbelPa Loxlngton, ton of Ulood lilack Hawk, ad dam by Young America, aon of Taylor' Met aeoger. Skedaddle'a itt dam by Mcdoc, ad dam Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratuj. , , Tip wa foaled May s, 1888, a beautiful red bay, ,iS' hand high, hoc man. and tall, which he carnea to perfection. We claim lor thl young ttalllon that he ha more natural stvle and action than any atallion in the country-Ir. word, ho ia a mcnlel in form and at a aaddle a hori" It can be readily ieen that this U one ol the fanclett bred aaddle'.talllon in Ihe State, witb taddle blood courting through hit he very bett vefn.; backed up on both tidet by thoroughbred. In Edition to thit tallloo, aaldlo o.ualltie. he bo J, trot, which eminently main. hat a open .nmSthimu a.lr. or high clati combined recommend him a a fine We can readily breeder, at this will b. hi. third icruon 1 and his coiuwlfl compare favorably with the gtl ot auy horte in tho country. BEASLBY BROS. W. H. HAYS Breeze : Wilkes. Standard. Hay stallion isK hand high, foaled 1SS7; tired by I'elotker, aire King 'lotkey a:i5? Mary I-ou a;i9; Ncllio O'Neal a:H: DoraMartin 1:10; at vveart.cld; by George Wilket aire of Harry Wilket a:ijK; Ouy Wlllca aisK: with three, three year o'dt with record under a'ao, 1'etotky a at dam, Fannie by Iron Cadmus; ad ilam Catlmua by American Jtclipie; id dam by Brown's Bel-founder, Vc tat dam Rltaa Jane, dam o( Maud jd dim. Kittle Rivers, by Alex niuler'a Abdallah, aire of Goldsmith Maid rvcord a 14; )d dam Hcil Jacket, &c Breeic Wllke will make, the teaton of 1803 my pliue, V$ mile from Stanford on tlio Kuih llianch pike al $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. If mare i parted with money i duo. Lein on colt until money it paid CHARLES DUNN. HAUr.ll.MAN. J.S DAUullMAN. THE SILVER KING. Standard, No. 713 liar Stallion, 16 hand; foaled UiS. SIRED HYS1XVEK KING tSouol On Time,, firtt dam by Limber Jim; dam by Ol t Drennon. Thlt haudtome tad die tulllou will make the teaton of 18 Mat the S. O lltugliman place, five milet fiom Danville on tho new Lancatter turnpile, at $10 to Inauro a Living Oolt. We ill alto ttand the four-year-old BLACK JACK, SMITH, 15.1 handt h'h, by I'roclor Knoll at $0 to Inuuro a Ltvtnir Colt. Marrs kept at reaionable ratet at ower'a rltk, HAUGIIMAN IIHOS., Danville, Ky. Denmark Chief. Denmark. Chief will male tho prcienl teaton at $8 to IiiNtirc a Living Colt He it a nice bay, ij handt jV Inchet high, lour veart old. He taddlc well, but hat not been trained. He It by llutchinton Chief, No IKIO, ry Mt.icnier Chief. llutchinton Chief firtt dam by Sentinel: id lam bv Aleiander'a Abdal lah: id dara liy Red Jacket. Mrttenfcr Chief by Abdallah r'llot: nt dam by Mambnno Met tenger, d dam by Mambrino Chief, jd dam by Imp, Napoleon, Denmark Chleft lit dam wat tired by Sumpter Denmark, he by Ooddard't Denmark, he by Calnct k Cromwell' Denmark, he by the race boric Denmark, he by Imp. Iledgeford Hit ad dam wat by On Time, 3d cam by Red Lion. I will altotland at lame place my fine mule Jack PRINCE, JR., Hy Hubble' I'rlnce, the tire of Rngnoli and e ackburn, At S8 to Insure. Mare parted ith forfeit the Insurance. I.. D. C.ARNKR, Crab Orchard, Ky. SEASON OP 1893. LEXINGTON DENMARK, The Coinliincil Stallion ut SI 5 t Insure 11 Living Colt. EMPEROR 27. TlioStandnrd nnd Hegistcreil Jennet Jack nt SI5 for Mtili1 nnd Jcnni't Colts', ami S25 for Jacks, Same Terms. For Full lX"criplon and Intended Pedigree call on or address, I. S. TEVIS, 7 (Xear) Shelby City, Ky. GILT EDGE 261. Kegittcrcd Ky Second Jewel 48. Jin by Old Stonewall Jnckton. 1 n-a f.incy taddle tuition will make the seatcn Oi 183 at our ttable ' mile from MilledgpIIIe, Lincoln county, Ky , oil It-C hlanlord and .Mil tedgctille pike Owl in; I 1. tcarcity of money, we will ttand nun At S15 to Instv 1 juitng" Colt, mo. ty due when lh c.ll cent. rrirare art d witn. Maret grazed "I led at natcnable price. Not tcDontlblforiiLcidinu tbould nil v occur. Gill Kdge It a Usui fill red tcnel llaaymane and tail, 15 handt nchct hlgn wat to.ileu sept. 6, 18)6, and it a prrtcci taddle hcrtc. Gill Kdge wat nhowedaa nr.d tcok tho tweepttake premium at Kirktville nnet Dan vlllnund In hit own rine at liarrodtoure. Ihost who want to bleed to a good taddle ttallion are cordii..y invited to look at our horao aud tec him mail . i.e at tired by Second Jewel, ho by Cunning ham's .jewel, he liy old Nvniniugton Denmark Hit lirat dam Minnie oy McDonald's llalcorn. Second dam by Weilt vrutader, hit ut dambr Stonewall Jackton, h by WathitiKton Detnnark, he by lilack Denmark, hla tat dao by Ctlliadcr he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mounu 11 mate. MADISON SANDIDGE& SON, 3 Millcdgellle Ky. IBID STANDARD. Foaled Mavao, 1S89. HI00J bay, black leg!, heavy manu and tail, 16 handt high. Sired by the world renowned Rod Squirrel, the greateat taddle ttalllon on earth. The winner, of threo priret at St. Louis, Mo., fair, at the brut aaddlo ttallion any ago. Premium $75. Second aa the heit taddlo atallion, mare or gelding auy age; premium $150 Third at the beat model utility atallion, mare or gelding any age; premium $150. Aauccettnot achieved by any other ttalllon on earth before or aincc, liWnj; or dead. Red Squirrel aired bT Ulack Squirrel, by Black Kagle Ac. Red Kagle' dam, Rowcna Webb Rusiell 7, by Funk' Sumpter Dcninork, wat never deleated in a walking ring by ttallion, mare or gelding. Ked Kagle will be permitted to serve jo marcs, At $15 to Insure a Living Oolt. . The cheapest fee of any ttallion in the Stsie, breeding contidercd. Personal attention to stock at owner's risk. K. D. KENNEDY, Huttonville, Ky. COX. B. W. 20128. g"ijt ,pf' . --" ' w? 3 llay hone, foaled i8jo sired by Jake 15567, record a:ajK. 11 dam Lady, by Mclrote Wilkpi 5139. ad dam, Mag, R by llaltura 1014, tiro of Roslta, :i" Krntucklan, a:x;!4 and of the dams of Ki mucky Union, 13) Balaorn Wilket, s:l7!4; Palony, 112: Uonaventuin, a'i8) and Winston, Jake tired by Messenger Chief 185, tire of 17 and of the dam ol 5 in the -v Int. Melroae Wilkct tired by Red Wilket, tiro of 83 and of the dam of 15 ill the 7.30 list Raltora tired by Abdallah 15, who hat fully 3,000 detcendantt in the a: to lut. Col. II. v. will make thr toaton of 1S03 at our place a miles of Stanlord, on the Logana creek and Dlx River Turnpike, At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. W. K. A- K.C. GAINF.S, Stanford, Ky BRYAN 6480. HY Mr.TROI'OLITAN i3; Son ol Rytdjk'a Hamiltoiilan. Dam JOKTTK liy ULOOD CHKIF701 Sire of Kannle Robinton, .iof Metropolitan by Ryviyk't Ilamillonian. dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, t'lira, dam of Dexterand Dictator, by jerly't American Star. Metropolian iocknowlidged by all to be unw of the beat, nnd by many the very'bctl, bred ttallion ever foaled. Hit lull titter, Reiua Victoria, told at the Mc Kerran Sale lor 7 .15, the highett price eer paid for a brood-mare at a public tale Two filllet by Metropolitan, neither of which were eter hcoked tingle, told at public tale for $1,31;, averaging $ 50. Illood Chlel, by lllood'a lltack Hawk; dam Mlt Duncan by .cott'a Highlander; gramlnm by Aratut; id dam by Tnnoleon. Illood Chief tired WooIpv Tim a to. Fannie Robinton no'., and Chief J Ji lllood'a lilack Hawk tired the damt of on Arnim 3 ir)'4 and Alinnnt. Jr , a a6, and of llelle llraifield t.ta ami I'rotlcne 1.18. llryau it a beautiful bay, foaled June 7th, 1ES4. He will make Iheprctent teaton 1893 atMorctand a noithof lliistonvllle, on the Danville tand Iluttontille pike, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. He is a ture foal getter and a line breeder, Lein retained on colt for teaton money, maret bred 10 another horte or traded o(T make teaton money due. . W.8. WIOHAM, Moreland. Ky. DXHJ.CTZD 13946, Will make the f eaton of 1893 at "Maplet" the old home of Arthur Sim and wyandott At $20 to Insure. Lein retained on colt for aervice fee. Directed 13945, wat tired by Director loto, record a'i7; lit dam Fanny Wilket. by George Wllke 319, record 1 it; ad dam Kan ;dam of KateSprague t.i, I.il Snrairue J.37W, Ac), by Lance, ten of Flying Morgan; jd dam Queen, by Genera! Clifford; 4th dam Farny, byCnanccllar; 3th dam by American Kclipte. Directed I ij handt, i inchet high; he it magnificently built and aplendidly proportioned; deep through the heart, ahorl back, long body, thort from knee to ground, thort from hock down, fine loin, hip and ttiful, nice mane and tail Crow black, ipleudld eye, and intelligent countenance, licit beyond any doubt a born trotUr. A aon of the great Director a.17, the only horte lhat ever licd with a record at Rood a ail, lhat ha tired two with record! better than u Hut the power 10 beget eatreme tpeed it the birth right of Dl rector, having tired Direct ,p) j.04, who haa won 1.18,157 jo; Margaret S.,iu(i, winning! Kvangeline 4 yrtj a:ilj, who haa won M.aaoand Directum (3yrt) a'nJi, wlnninjt tS7 311, making a total 01 109,433 for the iciie. I'irccior anu nit gri nave won altogether Jiu.7j;j. T. A. ELK IX. 9 Iancatter, Ky. SENTINEL 21479 ItECORD Which wat mado with but little handling-. Sentinel air.; wat tired by Almont Sentinel, by Sentinel, ho by Hamhletonian 10 Mtdan by bhalctpe,irc;d dam by Long't id dam a thorouKhbriil. Sentinel aiayy It a heautilul dark bay, 16 handt high, heavy rcaue and tail and pronounced by competent judict to be Ihe handtomett horte in Kentucky. In tcloctinga ttallioti I endeavored to et one with a gentle disposition, combined with aire, form, fine aquare trotting action, tpeed and merit aa well at pedigree. As a tiro I am tatitfied that his tiucrtt it attured, at he has tome very prommug ear-olds that I am sure will go in the 30 lltt this year. To of them were told at the Lexington talot thlt year and brought good pricet. Sentinel Jl(?) will mike ihp teaton ol 199) at my ttabloal McKicncy, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt atandt up and sucks, mare parted wlih or bred to another hone. (iratt lurnithed at Piper month. Not utc iur uiciueuis tuoum any occur. GKOHOKK.AI.KORD, 9 McKlnney, Ky. ERRICSSON JR. sEL .NuatSItNTOMAUDo jiy suit Nutwood and half brotner to tnctlam ot Moqucttc a:io; c'latnpion ttallion tecord ) and the aire ot the Uam ct Hell vara, 108)4,31.001 1 11c damt of three 0th.1t wtuiccuru of a 19, a: 1 ( and a'loW all made in it'ra. Kmctton I.. It a olid bhtck, 1 tiandsn. ..aim weight iioo lot., r.ndU a ttallion tnat u ur himself, liy hrncitcn 130, the cwmrl.c r !l,un of hit day. nt dam by Uodoc, . id I 1, 1 ,, mre ot Pilot Jr., aire ot the tla.i s Maud.., ,xy. Eye-See, and Nutwood, ttis c.lls -re ticntally kind, good tire, fine style, having picuuicd some of thebttt the country can afford. They are good roadsters and the cost ot family hornet, ami it handled would make goid racers. Will u.akdlhe teaton at my stable aK miles from Huitonvilloon the Hustonville and Liberty road. At $10 to Insure o. id-are in Foal. Mares bred and traded or brea elsewhere renders tenou due. I.cin retained on coll until ivtson is paid. Pasture Ji. jo per month, all mares at owners risk. K. S. POWKLL. 9 Hustonville, Ky, ON : TIME, : JR., Will make the season of 1893 at my stable at Rowland At $8 to insure a Living1 Colt. lie it a dark bay, 16 hand high, foaled In iSSS. 110 ia a nne sauuie norae, witn tine style aud action aud good mane and tail. He was tired by Hubble' On Time, he by old Stonewall Jackton, he by Wathington Denmark, he by Gaines' Denmark, be by Imp. Hedseford. 1st dam by King William, the noted saddle ttal. Hon; ad dam by Whip: 3d dam by old Telegraph, a great producer of saddle horses. On Time, Jr., bred from all good families of sad. die horses in Kentucky, will undoubtedly produce good saddle horses. Will alto Hand a young jack at tame place and same price. A lien will be held on all colls till seaton Is paid. For iurther information, call on or address W.IL DUDDERAR, Rowland Ky. The Lincoln J. P. CROW, McKINNEY, - fmont C STJ3VC.a, .And. wwwffim. fsmm&m iwmm. NAIOI'H 1(0 KB, Standnril Rule Record U.21J, mado in third heat in rare at '.':!!); will go in 2:15 this season. Will remain in training. Sired hy Wnlsingham 2160, (&ire of Latitude 2:10 and Tor 8 others in the lNt.) 1 by Messenger Duroc 100, son of Namlltonian and sire of El aine 2:20, the dam of Norlaine, j'earling record;2:31 . 2 dam llcss Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hamiltoninn 10, sire of Dex ter i: 1 74-. 3 dam Jussie Sayre. .by Harry Clay 43, Stock Farm, J:VJ, ami l'J more unit liavo iroiluccil J:;U trotters; also siro of tho dam of Electioneer, siro of 50 in the 2:30 list. 4 dam by Liberty, sou of Lance, by American Eclipse. WaWngham 21Gtl, siro of Naboth, is one of the youngest song of George Wilkes 511., record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkes 2:15J, Wilcox 2:10, and 02 othcra in 2:30 list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters. Note. Naboth is a bay horse, 10 hands high, foaled June 28, 1888. His pedigree contains Ihe blood of Hamhletonian, George Wilkes, Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. $40 to insure a living colt. Saddle Stallion. Hay horse, 15 bads high, 3 white feet, heavy inaue and;tail, flno style and action. Sired by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thoroughbred. $15 to Insure a living colt. WILKES, Seal brown stallion, 15J bands high, foaled 1 885: bred by George W. Carico, Terra Haute, Ind. ' SIRED I1Y KED WILKES 1719. 1 dam Nellie D by Bolt. 2 dam Lucy by Coppcrbottom. Ked Wilkes 1749 (sire of Red llelle 2:11J. Prince Wilkes Phil Thompson 2:10, nml S3 others in 2:30, eleven in 2:20; Wilkes 519; 1 dam Queen Dido by Mambrino Chief 11. etc. Bolt, by Alexanders's Abdallah 15 (sire of Almont, Belmont, etc) 1 dam by Grey Eagle. Grady Wilkes is by ono of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle nnd has frequently shown a 2:30 gait. Will make the season at SI6 to insure a living colt. Saddle Stallion. By Silver King and out of 11 Gray Eagle mare. He is a band some dark gray and a lino show horao. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. I also have Four Fine Jacks that will ftand at $10 to Insure. Stable two miles south of Huston villo on Moreland and Carpenter's Station pike. J. K. BAUQHMAN. JJ Hustonville, Ky. Proprietor, - KENTUCKY. I? O.'k1 jwaw 0. Kvansville, Ind. Has trotted miles in in stud till June let and then go back .irc of the dams of St. Julien 2:114, Bodine 2:143, Allie Wilkes 2:15, 23 in 1891) by George JIMCTATOB STANDARD, in 18S4; loj hands high. Director 2:17 and 3S others in the 2:30 Hanks 2:0 1. Lockhart 2:14 J, nnd Dl! others (hire of Electioneer, George Wilkes, Alum 2:28 j and Astoria 2:21) J) by Robert McGregor 2:17A, etc.)" ... 2:3Dj, by Abdallah 13 (sire of Goldsmith Maid sire of Nutwood 2:lSj) dam by Mambrino daughter of Pilot. J r (siro of thediun'of Almont .sired 50 in the 2:30 list. I.ula 2;1 1 J, Mav Queen 2:20, of tho dams of Robinson 2:20'l, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) dam Sloctim mare, byMugniiin Bonuin. by Cocur tie Leon (Hevis). (untraced). of 1S9;1 nt SI5 to insure a livingjcolt. j " 746. foaled 1SS0; bred by George F. Kcenc, ville, Ky. (son of Washington Denmark.) Yellow Jacket 112. Drennon. Highlander. show horse, having never been beaten in a and is a No. 1 breeder. colt. I aUo have Good Jaoks, timo at $IO to insuio n living colt. responsible for accidents. M. S. BAUQHMAN, Stanford, Ky. htjittbr. hand high; both bind ankles white. by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp. Drennon. by Highlander. by Mettenger Chiel (sire of Maud Mettenger a 16! Sutie (by bentinel a.ajjf, in 187a, sire ol Von Amin brother to Volunteer) ad dam Kitty Rivers (g. d. ol (sire of Goldsmith Maid a 1 and the most prepotent by Ked Jacket, (tire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 3 ai and of the g. d. of Red WilkesJ by Comet A.01? of, Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's lilack Hawk, founder of the Morgan family, the greateat family or roadsters in the world. at my ttable 3 miles from Shelbv City, on the Knob colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mate Jack, heavy bone good style and eatra length.l ISired by he by Clark's Mammoth, he by Wight's Mam dam by Col. Epsom, he by Epsom's Montgomery, by Keene' second dam by Moaul, by Compromise, bv Gov. St. John's dam Dolly Woods, by Tully's finely bred young Jack, whose blood lints trace twice to iiiwh, me grcateti 01 tne warrior family, with an prove a great breeder. There will also be some of hit themselves. Witifandat SIO to insure a llvinc coll &lTOo lilack Stallion; Foaled Sirod by Dictator 113. Sire of Jay Kyo See 2:10, Phallas 2:10J. list, and grand biro of Direct 2:0(1, Nancy in tho 2:!10 list. Dictator by Htiinbletotiian Dexter, etc.) dam Clara!(damof Dexter 2:17, Ameri-can Star 14 (sire of the dams of Guy 2:12, 1 dam Alice. . . .by Almoin 33, record 2:14, and Belmont, Chief 11, out of a Maud S. 2.0Si). 2 dam bv Norman 23 (sire of Norval 2:17, Fanny by Morse Horse C;"lst 3 dam Young Twyman mare, 4 dam Old Twyman mare, Gcorgo Dictator will make the season LE Black stallion, nearly 1G hands high; SIrod by Mambrino Lo Grand,90, 1 dam Black Silk by 2 dam by dam. by oj Grand has been a very successful bhow ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle Will stand at $ IO tc insure a living Tliroo Which I will stand at tho same place and Will pasture mares at $2, but not :i ' Combined bay ttallion, 16 BY ABDALLAH dam the Wm. Lutk taddle mare the best saddle mare eyer in Garrard Co. 1 dam Abdallah Messenger (sire ol English Hunter) is Jake a aj. and 7 others better than 30). 1st dara a 19 and 7 others better lhan a 30, and full Maud Messenger a i6i by Aleaander's Abdallah son of Rysdyk' Hambletonian.) 3 dam..i - - I will stand English Hunter the" seaton of 1893 Lick and Turneraville pike, at $8 to insure a living parted with. I will also stand the excellent young Three years old, 16 handt high, with while points, the champion lack, Tom Keene, by Rube llillington, moth, he by Maringo Mammoth. Tom Keene's Cole' Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Tippecanoe, by lilack Hawk, by Imp. Warrior. Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. The above tne great warrior lauiuy auu 10 mc nuieu duck infutlon of freth imported blood close up, should latt mi'i car. in the neighborhood to show for U,,r.)1 airji .til 5ii tof Jeniieti, without distinction as to sex of progeny B. P. POWELL. ,-...-,, ,--' - .-'! DILLARD DENMARK This finely bred stddle ttallion will make the neaton of 1893 a: Couk't Spring't, 2 miles Katt of Stanlord, al $12.50 to Insure a LivingColt. Money due when colt Is foaled mares parted with or bred to another hoite. l'atturage lurnithed marcs at 5. per month; will not be responsible for accident thould any occur. Uillard Denmark was sired by Double Denmark he by Montroe, he by Diamond, be by Garnet' Denmark he hvthegreM race horse. Denmark lit dam by Wa.hinfcton Denmark, ad dam by John Dillard, 3d dam lit Grey Kagle (thorough bred) Double Denmark! dam Nellie, wat by Wathington Denmark, id dam by Shropthire't Tom II nl Dillard Denmark It a bcautilul dark sorrel three white tcet, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, he has ptoven himsclfa breeder of large, handtome movers. This it a fine horse if he had no pedigree. Hut we do not hesitate to tay he It one of, if not tho heit bred saddle horse iu he country. Runs through premium saddlers and thoroughbreds oa both tides. All kinds of p!an for sate in season. J. F. COOK. Rowland Ky. EUEEKACHIEF Ulack stallion; 16 handt ht(h; withcut white! foaled I&S3. SIKKD HY KUREKA. Son of Coleman's Eureka. 1st dam Mag by Illood Chief Jr., son of Blood Chief 79J. ad dam by Goodwood, son of Lexington, the fcutider ot the. great family of race hortet. Eureka, by that great thow ttallion, Coleman' t Eureka; uam hy Jonet Crockett by Scott's Crockett son of Davy Crockett. Illood Cheil Jr.. by Blood Cheif 79a; 1st dam Lizzie Gauh, by Washington Denmark; ad dam Old Jennie, by Robert Ilruce (thoroughbred). Coleman's Eureka, the grandsire of Kureki Chelf, Young's Morgan dam by IJojtoa & Eitrfka Cbeif is n worthy rcpreaentatlve ot a horte that founced as great a family of saddle horses at any stallion that ever made a seaton in Kentucky, via: Coleman's Eureka. Coleman's Eureka wai never beaten in saddle and combined rings, and he imparted to his get size, color, style and finish. EureVa, though a young horse, has won about 50 blue ribbons at Kentucky Fairs. Eureka Cheif has never been shown, was not broken to saddle until latt year; but judging from his size, style, color and action, we predict for him the same success that hat attended his sire and grandsire in show rinji. Hit dam Mag, by Illood Cheif Jr., wat a winner In all clatses and by a horse that never tired a mean one. This horse is bred right t? sire horses that will command the attention nf all Intelligent horsemen. He is good individually and can show for himself in any com nany. Will make the season if 1893 at Adam Pence place, one mile from Stanford, Ky., en Hustonville and Stanford pike, at $15 to Insure a Living Colt. SANDIDGE& HUSTON. Stanlord, Ky. Silas M, Sandidce. King Histon. JEB :-: STUART. Jeb Stuart, sire of Kilty Patchen a i, Dark nett ai and a 30, is a black horte, 'J4 hands high, sired by Mambrino Patchen, 58) First dam Puts Prall, dam of Lottie Prall a -3, Lady Stout a 19, Black Diamond 3 ag and five producing sons and three producing daughters, liy Mark Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, size, style, finish and especially in his legs aud feet ho is the counterpart of the old horse and like his sire, he imparts his superb finish to bis colts. Jtb Stuart is a full brother to Mambiino Time, that, age considered, it the greatest brood mare tire yet before the public, his daughters having already produced 15 from a t6 to 2 19-4 and the oldest but eight yeart old. Jeb Stuart will make the season of 1893 at Dud derar's Mill. 4 miles north of Stanford, on Dia River, at $20 the Soaaon, or $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when coll comes sr mare sold or bred to another hor?e. For further tnlormation address S K. DUDDERAR & HRO., 1 Gilberts Creek, Ky. Ihe Magnificently Bred Saddle Stallion, EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at tho stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on tho Shelby City pike, at the low price of $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Bird It a dark brown, full 16 hands. He hat a fine mane and tall, with as much style and action as any horse In Kentucky As a unilorm breeder of high styled, high finished, fine colored colts he it not surpassed by any horse within our knowledge. He wat tired by the gielt King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premiums. Kii'i dam by Star Eagle, best ton of Cabbell's Lexington.) ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, (son of Washington Denmark 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, (son of Miller's Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten in the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by lilack Eagle, sire of Black Squirrel, itt dam the dam of Mark Diamond and Monte Christo) by Bhck William. Cure will be taken to prevent neddents, but not responsible thould any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnbhed at $a per month Will also stand a good Mule Jack At $3 toiusurp. B. P. WOODS, j Stanford, Ky. WALLACE DENMAES 55. 15 hands high. Hy SUMPTER DENMARK, JR.; he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, ho by the race horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedgeford. 1 dam Fannie Wallace, No 36, by Sir Wallace, he by Ibdhunter's Sir Wallace, he by Mr Aioert (tnorougnDreu.) dam by Vlrginiut dam of VI by, (thoroughbred) he bv Mison'a nip. 3 dam a Whip Mare. $15 the Insurance. LEXEL 262. 4 year old; 16 hand high. Hy WALLACE DENMARK 35; (tee pedigree of Wallace Denmark JJ.) 1 dam Mag 37, by Vldette, by Vlndex i4Q uy Hlood't Black Hawk, h le bv Uld Black Hawk. . .... Vidette'a . . . itt dr.m - . by Whip, ad dam (iallalto, 3d dam Old Tiger. Via. uex' itt dam by Mambrino Chief 11, ad. dam by Old flay Mettenger, 3d dam by Cannon't Whip. 3 dam Julia Wallace, br r Wallace, he by Todhuuter's Si. Vai.ace, he by Sir Albert, (thoroughbred.) 3 dam by Virginius, he by Mason's Whip. 4 dam a Whip mare. $15 the Insurance. T01C ROBINSON. Son of Wallace Denmark; itt dam by Miller's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark; his dam Florlral, ad dam by Montgomery's Oliver, 3d dam by Old Drennon. Tom is fine shaped horse. black with heavy mane and tail, ijjf hands hit !.; is a natuial saddler and will warrant him a saddle breeder. $8 the Insurance. Stock committed to my enre and breeding will receive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid before removal of stock. No responsibility for accidents or escapes. Parting with slock forfeits Inturaace. I have anlce track and ttable in connection with my butinetM. Mr. Koy Ileailey, fancy saddle horse man, i with rnt and we are prepared to haa die horses, both lor saddle and harness, satisfactorily to our patron. J. STEELE CARPENTER. 3 Hnnonvltle, Ky.