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Jps T"" - m ' V A J InieriohJdurnal Stankouu. Ky - U.v 17, 11B5 E. C. V-Auton, Business Manager Q V KJ I M P Wan'ed, to do r ing I'UIn OL YY 1 IN U (.itmrnii prtferr d. Mis. C. . LKAI, ma. Danville lid.gate, Stanford, hj. A. O. Sine, Successor to I will cany general rial and by selling ttnek of TuJiliPR Mate. TOR CASH ONXST, Will be enabled lo make ever hern ollercd here tentlon lo Lower I'rlcri than I wuuld cull (rcil 0 ti -;& MH nHA i it l ...For a.. w TRAINS EAST. Ko. 1. Ko 1 Ko. s a. n. p. to. a. m. Lv Frank loit A 700 83a 1 30 " Klkkorn...... j 11 a 40 S jj " SUmplceU round y 8 300 930 " Oorgetoirnll 74; j 19 T 1000 Arr. C. S, Oi4ot . 7 S J 1 JJ 00J " I'arit.......C. .. t 30 4 30 TRAINS WKST. Ko. a. a. tu. Lve Parii ....C.......M 9 45 C. S. Depot--10 J7 " Georirctown II 10 40 " Stamp's Ground 10 j.) Klkhoin .u li ArrKraaVfurtA......u 3a Leave Frankfort l.ioa.m Ko, 4. p tu. 6,1 64J 7 0J 7o 7 JJ 10:4s a m. Leave Franklort 7 a m,;, arrive 10:101. m. Leave Frankfort a 130 p. m. ; arrive No. 9 a. m Hi 017 7J N For further information apply to ihflr agent CI). HEIICAW. Oen Patt. Agrut. GEO. II IIARPKIt, Itec'r&Uvii Supt Frankfort, Ky .IF VOU ARE GOING., NORTH-WEST, . TIIK. Louiavaic a NatHVHic fl. R. I It the line for you, at its Double Daily Trains Make close connectlona at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLI). UAGOAGK CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Aaant, Stanford, Ky THE WEEKLY Is a ten page eight column democratic nowtnaper. It contains tho lett of uverythliig going. IIY WATTERSON It the editor. HEN- PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Tho WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL maket very liberal termt to agent , and civet I tee for clubs. Sample copica of the paper and four page Premium Supplement tent free to any address. Write to CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Somi - Weolcly Interior Journal, And The Weekly Courier-Journal Will be sent one year to any address for 3)2 7D. d W.P.WALTON, 7 hM II- WIRICnml SI. AT FENCE Mule ol Osk'l'ickett, the cheapen! and hut fence in the mallei. IRON ND STEEL ROOFING Mill work at City l'r)c. Refreshing- Bath, Hot or Gold, A llalr Trtmor Clean Shtvt, ko ta Oook fc Fnrmor'a Dnrbor Shop. Ky. Midland R'y, Only Dnect l.n.e Ciiicliiuall mid Franlcforl Shorten and ulcktt between Frankfort, Goorfirotown und PiirlH, Oarllslo, MuyHvillo, Cynthlium, Falmouth and Oovluston. Atk (or ticket via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard lima. Time TabU Dec. jo, i84.. p. m MS 4 4 5 It Hi i jo Ko 8-p m i 30 113a 1 40 a 00 arrive at Lancelot) Cincinnati at Cincinnati ojj p, m. SUNDAY TRAINS. I Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrlvo at Franklort 11:30 A. St. F.at Letvri Franklort a:3 P. M j arrive t Georgetown j:s P M. Leave Franklort a 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati 6. j j p. m. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m ; arihe Frankfort 11 no a. in. The Kentucky MldUnd Railway and connections form the thortt'tt and cheapen route to all points Ninth, Katt, Vortli and WV11 i.i"".'&S: ,UA TALKOFATIIEASUJIE MEXICAN'S STORY OF A FABULOUSLY RICH CAVERN. Wlillo Driving- is Truui Through the Moun. tulinTliry Ilriiri.l i Cisso Pull of- oltl Th.y I), Not Tnko i r th rimi. If Ailftiu Fittdior of Sim Antonio, Tex., mm with tlio miccw that ho in a projwt which ho now lnw on fjit he will ho rim of tho riohiwt moil in th vr.irh!. Sovcral months ngo ho mvt. u aMiuricnu nnituM Antonio 'i3il Mjjxlcnn hu.l jtwt arrh er.1 from Montoioy, and in a or confidonco ho ninUtl n marvelous story of hidden triuMiro to .Mr. ImscIrt. Martinpz is nt ojnployed on tho rtmt forco. "About ton yonrs iiko," "I miih a teiimfitcr in Mexico. On this mmnoRililo trip wo wfto on our way bock from Cut oreo, nnd Into ono ufinioon wo foiifid ourwoho.i ciiuikm illildiHlC!JHTCUU OllO Of thoill(!lllli4.rflr.f soul 1 Iknliiiwl cave. lighted 11 torch and M.irtod out to search IliH largo ehamlrer. A moment later ho ftanticully eallwl to u that ono hide of Ihoohambor was filled with cold and hilver coin. "We dMpjtod our cards and rmherf to where lie wasMmitHng, Hnd.Kure enuugh, his hlateinoiit wan truo. Thure. piled up in groit eonlri to a height of ton feet, HO feet long and night fwt wide, was gold and mlver mojiey of Spiuiisli and coinage. Wo were almost wild with tho uxci lenient produced by our but when homo one iroxel that we reHtiiuu oir onnl playing and gamble for money ws nil agreed. "We g.uul led till longpuht midnight, nuil then lay ilown to gat a few hours' Hloop. Wo wero nil awako wxmi after daylight nnd tho lKut plan of romwing tho treasure. Wo finally agreeil that wo all fcharo the tien.Mirn etpially, and that each man Miould Ih , allowel to carry nway nil lie could in his pckoU, and that immediately after nviching Alonteri'y retnru to tho cavo with conveyances to remove tho money. "Thirt iniittorlmviiiglMvn agreed njt)ii c.'ich man his Tlio un was shining brightly, and it Hood of light camo into tho cavern through tho owning, lighting up tho interior. After WO bad filled our TXXfceta rn nturfr! tr leave tho cave, when hiitlilenly tho j oW ljut ing peomed iocloe, nnd tho cavo lxxjamo p.ront J,cl intensely dark. "Suddenly thero npjwared just before us lui object flio blackness of which wiw o very great that wo could easily dlhtinguiHh its outlineo. It had tho of n monstrous mm of tho incnt hidoous countenance. Uplifting ono of iu long arms, this object, in a tono of roico thatechiXHlthrongliont tlio cave, warned us not to attempt to leave tho cavo with ono Kinglo coin thnt wo had discovered. " 'Put all of tho money back in tho Ilacw from which ycu took it,' said tho object 'If miy of yon ctuTy nway n pieco of tho money, you will leavo your "In great trembling wo returned over? oho of tho coins to tho pilo from which they had been taken, and then wo Kilently left tho cavo and resumed our journey. I matlo 11 nolo of tho exnet location of tho cavo nnd am ready to go back and x)i'it it out to any ono who will go with me, but I will never enter the place again. .Martinez gave Mr. Fischer tlio names of other niombors of tlio party. .Mr. Fischer was so much imptosscd with tlio htory told him by tho Mexican thnt he went to Monterey recently and called upon tho parties whoso names Martinez had given him. They corroborated tlio story related by Martinoz in every particular, imt 110110 or them could lx prevailed upon to again enter tho cave. Tho most scnsiblo theory is that tho Mexicans actually did diMxiver tho fabulous amount of money in tho cave, aud thnt they celebrated their good fortune by drinking a largo amount of "mchcar' and other Moxioan liquor. When they nwoko on tho following morning ufier breathing tho foul itir of tho cavern and witii tho fumes of tho liquor still on thoir brain, one of tho befuddled men probably inngined that ho saw tho strango apparition. Ilo no doubt called tho attention of his stupefied companions to tlio specter, and tliey wero in no condition to dispute what ho baid w:us lxjforo them, and they all heard tho warning which ho repeated after tho specter had said it. At any rate, Mr. Fischer is confident that the cavo and tho money therein aro no fictions, nnd ho is endeavoring to organize an exploring expedition to go with him nnd Marlines in another search for tho treasure. St. Louis Democrat. StrNs Nutlotml Imposition. Mr. R H United States consul nt Geneva, writes that tho Swiss national exposition, to lx) held at Geneva from May 1 to Oct. 15, 18HU, will lxi purels a domestic nfTuir, no foreign exhibits to Iw mado, rhus correcting previous innceurnio announcements of its scopo and the period in which it will bo hold. New York Herald. Ilo I'vlli'g Ilia Nitiiin. Alinistor Ucwliiifj, tlio British resident for Central America in diplomatic affairs, teems to belio his name, as ho is moro than a match for tlio American minister, and as a marplot is too much cf a success. Philadelphia Press. A Morlrl Trlcnrl. What Iruo friondshfp consists in tho toinpornmont of tic man who lias n. friend. It is reh.ted tlut at tho funeral of jr. X., who died extremely poor, tho usually cold-blooded Squlro Titfhtfist was much affected. "You thought n great deal of him. I Mippose," some ono asked him. "Thought n great deal of him? I should think I did. There was n truo friend! Ho never nsked mo to lend him n cent, though I knew well enough ho was starving to death." Hut Didn't Cntrli Mini. "That old speckled hen of mine is tho best egg producer I ever saw, but lately we've been unable to get any from bur nest it wtu, empty." "What was tho cnti.se'" "Well, n few days ngo I saw n dog leaving the nest with an egg in bis lllOlltll." "Ah, that was tho trouble she'd been laying for n sucker, as it were." Atlanta Constitution. Ilo Didn't Count. Lady of the House Uridgct, didn't vnti fail! itirt ttliki ...... i. ii.& -" - "v.t wu tumu iiuiu wiub v I n. ... in ,.. m.v. . .- uiiu exploring you would bavo no male friends combo canyon for llrwvoojl, euiuo neross a , ing around tho bouse, and now 1 find a hirgo opening fn JJ.o hm.o of tho almost ' man in the kitchen almost every cliff. Ilo entered tho ing. niWiInpr nftd fouiid hiinsolf in n largo ! Hrldget Shure, mum, thot nin't no enveni. no nurritm iwcK to jmr cjimp male friend of moino at all he's mid told ub of his dL5coery, niul atf tho husband. llrooklyn Life. 'They w n j Nm. my uigiiiH were cool wo decided to HKnd tho night there. , inumi.in. "Utqr iiuVrliiK tho cavo Ouo of Uio ,,Ut """'"nn -Spare diet, long meniberHof tho part v iironoAtl that wo )'n' 'i, ,d ,mvo """B1 nil indulge in a social game of cards. After t,mw,tho,,t coln,nff to this expensive playing an hour or inoro ono of tho I V ?v"', v i , ljut members of our imrtv announce,! that I ..I.tr J.;orget the an- liu was uoinu to ox dor,, the Itn ft" ,uo ?c "ne . ' " "?' Prc. wliicli of itself will iro a lonw miv toward reducing your weight. Journal. I'rnfpftxloii nml I'ntctlrr. I "Do any of women believe in women?" shouted tho ear conductor, putting his head in at the car door. "Yes, we ilo," replietl a woman holding on ton strap. I "Well, then, move forwnrd." Statesman. A .lliintl (Juration. Johnny Mamma, it uln't wicked when s'ou d things you can't help, is It? His Mother I suppose not, Johnny. Why? Johnny 'Cause I can't help thinldn' nil the tlmo how I'd like to go to tho circus! Chicago Tribune. Out of the Market. Ouest Who Is this Miss IHghmind thut nil the ladles aro so enthusiastic over? I never before knew of a nn whom every other woman stroke well of. Host She is n vers Ino old lady, now in her ninety-ninth year. X. Y. Weekly. I'nor Old Solomon, talk nbout the wlso men of In im opinion, men nro n al wiser thnn thev were? men." "What makes sou think that?" "Well, a man has onls ono wife nt a tlmo nowadays." Town Topics. Too Densn lor lllni. Stngo Villain Alia! The plot thick ens. Disgusted Auditor Then I'm offl Can't make head or tail of it now, and I'll never sec through it if it gets any thicker. Pup.Ir JONES J.T.J MS, MCR. BRO? Sole prpneiort Dean's Illack Dlartvnd Hot "ailit Ktllma es fumitned for uiuin; V, oou irtal and linn hoofs iai cnon Gu rant d A" tools pjinted tlh Dean's Black Diriroou r nt guaranteed for eart Dcaleri in be,t cii c, a IVnipt and Galtanind Iron fill rt. 67-110 ABDALLAH MAMBRINO, 3716. Mreandgrandilieof j; in the litt Getcva S. a ic'4 Ilcttie Joueta 19V5, Mattie H 7 ti)i, Soto 2 ao. Charletion a it, Wawonu a 19J4, Wheeler F. a 18, ay o.: 1'ilephone a 15, Reward J a 10'i . " Sigma Nua I7VJ. Elkin j h'J. BY ALMONT33. I dam Lyi', dim of Lady Majolica a 33. a dam Hapn. dam of Dollv. dam ol Cinnna a at, Director a 17. tire of 13 In a 30, Onward a njj tire of 47 in a jo. Thorndale a 31.V4.1lre ol 7 in a 30, John F i'ayne, tire of 3 in a 30 Hit colts are ijne, laige and stylish Their wrjy ol going ntve. tails to win admiration and their gameners it icmiikable. with natural speed ami they improc very rapidly. WASHINGTON 54. Will eru maret at Sij to insure a mare with fiiil. Washington it black, 1 j'4 hands fitelv formed, haa a fine mane and tail, and it a nerfret wvii a. a iwmrai sauuie norte. Sired by Cromwell by Washington Denmark. Cromwell's dam by Old John Dillard Washington's c'airi by lla'com, ad dam by Crutader, 3d dam by CocLinur. I consider th 1 one of the fin est horses In Kentucky and hia family on both xdet hat producod the bctt saddle horses in the Mate. He has proven himself at good a producer as any of his tarn Ily. II j and his colls, age, late taken moic premiums than any horte In the Mite. It is not at all improbable, 11 noixircam true, mat in a icw more years tne monetary value ot his colta will be greater than thnt ol any other stallion. 1QUIQUE 10002. ' S n of Clay 4779, son ol l'lectlonetr, sire of 119 in the a 311 list Dam hllie by Abdallah Mambrlno, sire of Lark the br t and only mare that tut hve bull in tLo a ao lul, laik produced Reward I. a to,, Tele nnone a 15, Aitma Mil a 17!,, Miss Kachel j ao. vtawoua J 19, wiikieinont a j6. At erage of live a KV1 j. a a8, Annie Carey TWINER. MietlanJ Pony, forty-one inches high. Maple Park Kindergarten. mile covered track. Urge boxstalls, Thrct Annual Combination Salet. Five minutes walk from the depot. Horses bundled fo, speed, brol.cn to saddle aad harrr , prepared for sale and sold on UOII. Jersey Cattle, Shetland Funic. Imp registered Berkshire Hogs, Shropshire fchecp. Correspondence tollciled. E. P. FAULCONER. Danville, Boyle County, Ky. WABOl'iet l(0)(Q)l(Bo Standard Rulo C. Rocord 2:10. Will malco the caio i ol 185. SIHED BY WALSINOHAM UlOO, site ofUt1ludea..9K and 7 or 8 other, in the Hit. 1 damTin.el by Meji.DRer tliiroc io', ,onof Hambl,oolan and aire ol Elaine a:.o Ihedamol Nprlame, xearilnc rtciirda ii. nlmllpw Hhurlolairei llowell.Jr.br Hambletuiiaii , ,n .1,. rf n...., ..U. 3 dam J.sile Sare ,y llatir CUt 45. tire Lf ih,.dam c St. Jul.an a njf, Ilodlne 3 19U, arid la more that have produced 7 w tn,lter; also tire of the dam of Klrllnnrrr lir.nl iviln lh.. .. f... 4 dam by Lib. ny, son ol Lance, by American Kclipse. Walalncharo 1166, aire of Nabolh.it one of the torn of GeorKo WlcOT o. record a aa who .bed Harry Wilkct 1 13H. Ouy Wllke. a xSH. Mike WllLe. , ,syt; Wilcox a .. aud'&a otl era In a w IUIJ aUo n producing on ana 19 (.rodiicu g oatii;hler. i.iNoiTK;T.'V',L'?,h i!8ba7. '. '6 handa Jnsh, loaled June it, 16U. Hit pedigree contalna the blood ol Ilambletonian, Wllk.s, Mann nil Chief, I'ilotjr , and ll.rry Clay. At $15 lo IiiHitre n Xtviu Coll. My fmo Saddle Sinlllon, WILLIAM L., Will alH) make the preient eaon of iSj a. th l.w price of EIGHT DOM.AKS to tniure a COIt, lie It elCKHbth bred and s Inn I i.ll.f f will ,l.n ...,. SI2C OR 7 JACKS, On the follow iigtermt: I am lo hate therefutM of the calt at your prl tluctlnj onefiith of the amount for teaton moniy, but il the price is 1, take one-fifth of the amount atkd lor the colt to pay for tbewaton Thit fine young jack will male the present spa-ou at theold Levi Hubble farm, a place for yeara aa the home ol fine jacka. He it 4 )eart old wrll built and fine bone. X will stand him at tha low pilceol $5 to Insure a Colt 4 Months Old Maret kept at rcaionantc ratet, JOSIAH RIS ?0P, Shelby City, Ky. PENCE Will mako the season East ol Stanford, at at mv place, i, unlet S15 To Insuro A Living Colt. Pence hat proved hlmielf to bo a breeder of both style ami ipeed. His colts hate told Irom tho pasture, without any training billt, at Sljo to S'io thet e hard time. Maret taken care ol at $a per mouth, but not retpontible for accideutt. J A M. I'EN'CE, Stanford, Ky. BRIGNOLIA. Thlt combined ttallion will make the retent teaton of if 9$ at the farm of the late L. I). Garner, 3 miles from Crab Orchard, at $5 to Insure a Colt 4 months old Ilrignolia it a red bay ttallion, taddle and harnett combined; i6 handj high; fine tlyle and actien and hat fine a ane and tail He wat tired by Mrttengrr, he by Metiengcr Clnel. Ilrlgnolia't Srtt dam by old Lexington, the fine raddle horse. CLINTON, JR. This fine jounc Jack will serve a limited number of mares at Six Dollars. Season money due if marc it traded or parted with. W. S. GARNER, '3 Crab Orchard, Ky ROYAL KING. Har ttallion. 16 handt high; foaled In i!oo; goet all the gain perfictly. tull brother to Sliver rving anu tne great tnow mare, Allie G. .. 'If i.'.blr.0n T,me FI"t dam Motile Mounlt by Cabbel t Lexington. . Eaglet. Brown ttallion, 15K handt high; foiled In 1893. Sired by Wools' Eagle Bird. Ktrtt dam Moflie Mountz, aa above. Thit is as fine a hotse as you will find In Kentucky and goes all saddle gilts gcod. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Chester Denmark. Stanford, Ky. Dark brown'Mallion, 15 hands high, sired by Chester Dare. Kirttdam Daisy, by Wallace Denmark, and dam by Dick Elmore. Daisy has been a blue tie wlnctr In many rings in her 3 and 4 year old form. The above stallions will make the season of 1895 at my Mabl t mile Irom Stanford on the ike at $10 to Insure a Live Colt. Colts ttand good for season money. Mares from a distance kept at Jj per month, but not retpontible for accidents. Stallions in charge of Hoy S Bcazley Am prepared to handle hum's al reasonable prices JOE E. KARRIS Gonnaught 2d 3512 Thit fine imported Hackney stallion will make the season of iSof at mv farm on ihe Crab Orchard three miles Irom Stanford, known as the JiVe M. Hiiil farm, and will serve mares At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due wheu the.fact is ascertained or mare parted with. Connaucht ad i.i J is a fine individual and pot sesses the finest action ol any horte in the country. The Hackney is noied the couutry over for style, action and enduianco. They have been bred for these qualities for over too yeara. Connauglit ad was bred by James Coker of Beetli.y Hall. East Dereham. Norfolk Wattiud by Victor of ileetley 1857. Dam Bonnie 1925, by Highflyer 1006. He was unpolled by A II. '1 of Crawfordtvllle, Indiana, Juno 3 1893. lestiuoniaU We think the llacknoy ciossed with Kentucky mares will make good sellers and (ood horses for the Kastern market. I rs Thomas, Lexington; B. D- Pbnolhto.v, Worfolk, Va. Call and nee thit eicellont ttallion LINCOLN CUUNTV HORSE CO.. Uy A. F. Moukkly, Stanford, Ky. Morgan Denmark. Morgan Demuark Is a bay stall.on, 13; hands high. He it splendidly bred as a glance at his pedigree will snow. lie will male the naim of 1S95 at my stable on Dan villi & Lancaster pike 1)4 milet north il Hubble, at $7 to Insure a Living Colt Care taken to prevent accidents but retpontible should any occur. Lieu retained on colts lot ea, son money. Mares tiaded bclore fact is ascertained makes sason money due. Morizan Denmark wat in i8&v tin i 1 On Time, ton ol Stonewall Jackson isl dam Lady Morcau. bv Stonewall lackson. and iljm liv Vli. gituus, 3rd dam by Matchless, 4th by Transby. M rjfaii Deumaik It oneot the best btfd saddle stallions in Kenluct). Has good n ane and tail and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fail to tee him. 17 S. DUNUAK, Hubble Ky. LI r n PQ I will take all the hides I can get 11 ILJUO. trade tor leather on court data at Staniord oral my home in Otten-helm. Chat. Enualm. living ce on seplember 1. 1806 de- not idtiafactory to me, I will r J7 . '"5 ! V har.d t"nr,1,, "'f I,,v P ol horae stock, I have reduced tnaton fee J nd '" conJe"nK "" Individuality and ntheSute! breeoln, iniy itmJ lower th.r. any Stable two miles Soulh of Huttonville, oil Moreland fc Carpenter'a Station pike. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huatonvillo, Ky. LOGIC 917. X S. II. R. Sl'fd by Stonewall lackton, Jr., Harrlt', by Stonewall Jackon 7a, by WathinRton Denmark 64 Log.c't 1 ttdaui by King William 67 Rlind mi ly, bj Wah!nc'an benmnrk by Illack IlermarL. Second dam bv .Miller's Drnmitlr. U l).nn..v by Imp. Iledgeford. ' Third dim brOnstit's Telegraph, by Telegrtph. ' by Hlll'aniackllawk.byShermai. ' Fourth dam by Teller'a Drennon, by Drinker't Drennon by Davy Crockett. Fifth dam by Oliver, thermighbred. I.rpic la a very substantial Lone, beautiful red torrel with fine mane and tall, which he carries as near to perlection at a hortecan Hat a fine ; driven nicely and for his handling ho u h line actor. Rack, Trot, Walk, Ca tor and Slow I'aco A few of hia coltt have come this Spring and all have been found going the gaits with high head and tail and of extra fine lire. You can tee from his pedigree that he is a very high!) bred saddle horse, and one that will tire lancy, high-tailed tadcileri. Lcgic will rcake the seaon at my farm, 4 milet Irom Dantllle, on the Danville and Stanford turnpike, ATSIO TO INSURE A A lien retained en coltt until vice. Locic is standing to lull the him before you bleed Pasture Grain fed at reasonable ntet, wl LIVING COLT. payment of ter- hard times See at la per month. wMrh mutl lm mill " " I... . .-.1,7"'"' wiu.v iuuics aic ukcd away. A. E. HUNDLEY, Danville, Ky GILT EDGE 261. REGISTERED. BY SECOND JEWEL, 48. Dam by old Stonewall Jackton. Ihla fancytiddle ttallion will the season of 1895 at our siable Ji rmlo from Milledgille, Lincoln county. K v.. 0.1 lhn Milu,ir.o. ville pike. Owing to the scarcity ot money we win Biauu mrn At $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. Money due when the colt comes or the mare it parted with. -Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. Not responsible lor accidents, should any occur. GiltEdgolsa bcautilul red sorrel, flaxy mane and tail, 15 handij inches high; was foaled Sept. 6, 1886, and is a perfect taddle hone. Gilt Edge was showed at a wear-old and took the sweepttake premium at Kirksvllle atid Danville and la hit own ring at Harn dtburg Thote who want to breed to a good saddle stallion are cordially Invited to look at our horte and see him move. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning ham's lewel, he by eld Washington Drnraatk 1111 nrsinam .Minnie Dy McDonald's Ha corn. Second dam by Wells' Crusader, his first dam by Stonewall Jackton, lie by Washington Denmark, be by Illack Denmark, hit first dam by Crusader, he by Old Whip, second dam a Kocky Mountain mare. MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Mllledgeville, Ky. EAGLE BIRD! THE GREAT SHOW STALLION. ' Winner cl Jjoo ttale at LixinKton, won tecom' money In $jro stake at Vrtalllrs, winner of ago premium and sweepstake at Pans also winner of other premiums In 1S93 since which time he hat bettl in the stud. EAGI E BIRD is a bemtllul brown, with small star, stands over 16 hands, has a flowing maue and a heavy tail. Fagie Bird wat sted by King Eaglo, winner of n ore than 40 blue tits it dam by Star Eagle, oest son ol Cabbell's Lex- insiwi. ad dam by Hamlet Denmark, ton cf Washington Denmark. 3d dam by Harris' Denmark, ton ol Miller's Den- marie Eagle Bird will mike the season of 1835 at his liable to miles west ol Stanford, the Shelby City pit e. at the extremely low price of $1C to Insurea Living Colt. Money or cash ncte will be requited when a hung colt Is ohulned. nai;le uird is one of the greatest show hortes in Kentucky, at hit record in 1S3 will attest. As a breeder of fine, good cole red, high styled ctlts ne is not surpassed. Mares Irom a distance will be furnished grais after May tit at 1.50 per month and must be paid at the remnval ct the mares. Care will be taken to present accidents and es capes, but will not be responsible should any occur. Parting with cr removal of mares forfeits the Insurance E. P. "WOODS. Wallace Denmark, 55. Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any training trots uuder a 40. Kilteeu and hands high. Bv Surapter Denmark, Jr., he by Godda'd's Denmark, he by Gaines Cromwell's Denmark, he by the ra horse Denmark, he by t dsir aotiie Wallace No. 36, by Sir Wallace, he ny Tcdhunter's Sir Wallace, te by Mr Al- 1 dam uiiii uiutuugi urcu, .. by Virglnius, dam of Virginlus by Tran- by, thoroughbred; he by iuaton's siiuriiugnorcu. 3 dam. ..a Whip mate. $10 the Insurance. LEJ1!!JL SiBS, Sixteen handt hih. Br Wa'hce Denmark 53, See pedigree ol Wallace Pjnmark 33, 1 dam Mag 37, by Viditte, by Vindex, by Blood't Black hawk ho by Old Black Hawk. Vidette's first dam by Whip, ad djm Gallatin, 3d dam Old liger. index s it dam by Mambrlno Chief 11. id dam bv Old llav id .lam Cannon's Whip, by a dam Julia Wallace, by Sir Wallnce, he by Tod-hunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred 3 dam by Virglnius, he by Maton'a Whip, 4 dam a Whip man. $10 the Insurance. Stock committed to my care and breeding will pcrionai atlentl 11. Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be p, Id before removal of stock. No responsibility lor accidents or etc pes Ta'tinj with stock fotleits mtuiance. Red PI31 for sale. J. STEELE CARPENTER, Huttonville, Ky. BL.L.A.aA.11: lr Urienoll. outol Parley, the br Caldwell't Par rot, ll'laam it n find muleJAcIc, 4 yean old and it an excellent breeder. He It 15 handt, gray in color and It strictly a good one. Will alto aland In connection A NO. 1 HARNESS STALLION, Mood bay, 16 handt high and a tplendM Individual. They will each ttand at $7 to iDSUro. S. M. OWENS. 9 McrCInney, Ky. Henry Watterson Wi 1 male the preient seanon at the farm of T. A. ' Coulter, known at ill e Squire Murphy place, 3$ mllet f om Stanford oa the Hiittonville pike, At $7 to Insure tlenrv Watterton It a hich, foaled Mar jo. tSot a Living1 Oolt. blood bay, ijj handt felted by Lebanon j6oa, he by Red Wilkea 1749 one ol the greatest living aires; has a 30 perfoimert to hit credit, aS in t8ot, auch at Pritico Wllkeaai4;f, &e Henry Wattenioii 1 tat dam by IIuncoNo. ijSS;. record a 87; tired Jr , pacer, public record a 11. Henry Watteraou is perfectly sound and hat a a smooth, frictionlctt ttotlibg calt, which carries him over the ground rapidly lie 11 a grand individual. 1 will alto stand my fine black jack, Logan, Full ! handt high, 4 years old and has proved a suto foai setter well's. Giant; out of stand I dim the William Crocket, son of Uenov'i lie was Shed by V. L. Cald- a gojd dam. He will also At $7 for Mares and $10 lor to Insure a Live Colt. T. A. COULTER. English :-: Hunter. Combined bay tUllion, 16 hands high; both hind anklet white. BY ABDALL.AH Lutk. saddle mare, by Davy Drennon, by lu,p. Dren- non au dam bv Hi?nlaniii.r MESSENGER Abdallah Mesienger, a re of English Hunter, is by Messenger thief, sire of -Maud Messenger a 6'4, Jake a j and 7 other oetter than a 30. 1st dam sutie by Sentinel a aojf in 187a, sire of Von Amia a ta!-S and 7 omen ik.n , , full brother to Volunteer. 3 dam Kitty Rivers. K. ? Mcs"',Fer 'S'; by Alexander's Abdallah. tire ot Oold.mith -Maid a 14, and the mca prepotent son of kyadyk'a Ilambletonian. 3 dam by Red Jacket, sire of tte dam or Wilkes a at, and ot the g d. of Red Wilkes, lly Comet, a ton of Sherman Morgan, tire of Vermont's Black Hawk, founder ol the Morgan family, the greatest family of roadttets in the world. I will stand English Hunter the season of 1S05 at my stable 3 mi et from Shelby City, oa the Kuoo Lick aud Turnersville p.ke at OG to insure a living colt. Mney due when colt is foaled or mire parted w th. I will alto ttand the excellent young GOVEKNOlt ST. rjk, JOHN, I- ivo years old, 16 hands high, with white points, heavy bone good style and length. Sired by the champion iack, Tom Keene, bt Kubc he by Clark'a Mammoth, ho by Wight's ........... .jn., um. iiC ty maringo .Mammoth lorn Keene's dani by Col. Eptom, he by Eptom's Montgomery, by Cole's Montgomery, by Old Black Sampson. Tom Keene's ad dam by Mogul, by Comproml.o, by Titpecanoe, by Black Hawk, by Imp. Warrior. Gov. ot. John's dam Dolly Woods, uylully a Warrior, her dam an imported jennet. The above finely bred oung jack, whole blo.d linet trace twice to the great Warrior family and to the noted Black Hawk, the greatest of the Warrior Umily, with an infu..on ol fresh imported blood cloe up, hat ptoved a great breedir. Will ttand at JO to Iniure a living colt to approved inarei and S10 for jenntts, without distinction as to sex ol progeny. I will alto stand SAM SMAUL, At J4 to insure a living colt Sam Is said to be the best cotton mule jack in the country. B. P. POWELL. THE WORLD'S CHAMPION, Gambonito 3110. Raco Record a:i9. Sire of Gilbert a a8tf. Winner of the 5-year-old and weeptUke premiums for standard-bred trotters at the World's Fair, 1S93 Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 2:19. Sire of 4a in 33011st. 1st dam Maud, by Gair-rd Chief, sireofBatil Duke a a8 and Lady Vtitir. dam 01 five in a 30 litt ad dam Nellie. Uy ton of Billy Boyce a it. by C01 beau. 3d dam by Iltlm Yorkshire; thoroughbred. nambonlto84i9wilI make the seaton of 1805 at Central Park, at the low price of 1 $25 to Insure a Living Colt. Gambonlta a loW. the M-l An i that great young lre, Gambetta Willtit a 19, has been declared by the highest authority, ana after going tnrough the most trying iets, the finott anu hiosi periect specimen 01 staudatd bred stallion that llvet. Uambontto wears the seal as being the handsoacst trotting stallion In the world, and a.I who have Been the kingly firm and lordly bearing of this proud monarch of til.) equine world know how justly the mantle to long and o worthily worn by Mambrlno King belongs to this grand production of Kentucky Uambomtols ajet black stallion, Just 16 hands high, weighs 1,160 pounds, aud as an wurthily wears the title, "the fintst bred trolling stallion in tho world," at awarded him by the World s hair committee. He was awarded the stand p.ize offered torsiandnni l.r.i i.,,n. r.... yean old and over and also first prize for trotting stallions ol auy ago iu hardest, 'i but ho wat .,hc.tw0 ll,0 'mpu'tant prizes offered at the World's Columbian txpotitlon. His firtt colt. Gilbert a aSJ at 3 years old, won four out of five races in 1893 us a-year-old. He bleeds speed and individuality. It ycu want to raise the kind to sell, Garubonito Is the one to breed to. Call and see his colts; they will spoak for themselves, THOMTON STAR. 1014 Saddle Horte Register. Mahogony bay, 15 bands, toundin escrypar ic lar. loaled slay, 1891. ' oireii nvKtii 34, by SeconJ lewel 48, by lewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64, by Gaines' I), nuiark 61. by Deumaik V, S., by Imported Htdttord. it dam Diamond tu. a brown maro, 16 bands, by Nobby 36 sireolNob'iy, Jr., aij, by GarrarJ Chief, sire of Batil Duke a .8H, by Mambrino Chler, and tne dams of tarabonito a ioi, world champion, and Lady Velser. dam of j.natoor bitter, ad dam O.d ulamond 513, by Len Z1 dam by Gatton't Laf.lyette. Thornton Star it the kind to breed to. You find on hit site's aide he runs back to Imp. Iledgeford. On Ms dam's side he has tho trolling crots of Nobby, by Mambrino Chier 11, and is the sire of two 3:30 irotteis ; besides Nobby Is sire of a great many oTourbeti saddle honei, and sa registered saddle stallion and also Hotting stud. DuiLond, the dam ot IhorntonStar, is 16 hands "d It ono 01 tha llncst marcs iu Kentucky to-day. one it a noted nhow mare with grtat ttyle and action. Hit and dam wat 16 handt and at fine as anybody's. Thornton Star was exhibited last year a old at quite a number of Kentucky fair and only met deieat once or twice, always being a rnt tiding honrjin the saddle stakes. Ilo will, I think, Ibis coming season be the boss among taddle stall out, and the hotte that beats him will make his owner proud ot Ihe job. He it fine in every particular, gcea all the gaits and can do every thing right to a lettei, as It should be Will serve a lin ltcd number of mares At S15 To Insure, or $10 cash time of service. Note If mares bred and in foal should change hands, money due at that time. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents should any occur, 9 WM.M, RUE, Danville. ' ' ' m WatttttMsjMBMMLWPtWp I ' f l j ?5 1 -H I I '( J I t''tl 'I .IW ..