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THE CLIMAX
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Jut 10 is
STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET
MONDAY AIT 3RD 189I
KRNOR
IOHN YOING BROWN
of Henderson
FOR LT GOVERNOR
M C ALKORD
of Lexington
FOR ATTORNEY RUBRAL
JACK HENDRICKS
of Flcmingsburg
FOR A I 111 TOR
L C NORMAN
of Boone
FOR TREASURER
H S HALE
of Mason
FOR BSJBSSTU OF LAND OFFICE
i B SWANGO
of Woolfe
I PT 0 IIBLIl INsTRIVTIOV
ED PORTER THOMPSON
of Owen
FOR CLERK OK IOIKT OF APPEALS
A ADDAMS
of Harrison
Thki e is a raiiliy iscfcssisa iesssssl
1m Mr C L St ircv to make the M hr
Die Ixvislature
Those apposed ti the new Constitution
will mmmMt by rereentities in ix
ii1 take action aiiiiht the
li dra keadcil iiiniistcr
HiKCK BILL
teriin B
Limisvilk -- to the
Mamdmj that
then Constitution
hill He baaeabia spaa
at InhanMlis in
li to the Kniteitiarv
fr fa Ft leral Court for at
tempting to influence a State election
hell at the same time of a National
The V S Supreme Curt
eminent hag ju
aiil aiipervisioa over all
lield n the same day of
i As the new Qasstf
- all elections to he held on
nr State command town
the
leral psssssa oii
imieiit to run our local
1
THAT Nil 1 LAI sK IN TIIK 1liuPtlSKD
tiNMITITltlN
- f the new Constitution
adin ontains mm pgregiom
- lliein iver with the re-
naik tin v can be reinedicl by the
this s
attatfoa sjmri tliat bo
II offered in the tirst
1 the SOop
tion and that not
ore than two amendments can lx- offer
ed at one time The hail Constitution
further provides that the first General
to work under its provisions
111 January IMS And
further that amendments adopted
by it shall M suhmittcd o the jietjile far
ratification at the next re uar election
for Representatives or in
Tliereapon it follows that no
institution can ba
and then only two and
aiinit be voted upon by
jeople 11 13 t
Thus it follows that in Ifltt we will
have adlel only two amendments Pre
cisclv what two they would e the wiwetit
peceoa cannot psam Amendments
will pile up in the Legislature each
session mountain high and like the dice
from the lox chance alone will decide
which shall be presented for the ratifi
cation of the jx ople
Is this not a slow pace for a progresoive
At the close of the 1lth century
only six amendments could lie made not
enawiilerini numerous probable
atr
The open clause is not of sufficient cal
ibre to accommodate the projectile of a
great and mm hag suite
LOCAL IPTIOX PLOPLK ALAKMblt
It has now been discovered gay the
-option adherents that the new Con-
StitUI I led hv the whisky men
and thai Mi adoption would rejieal local -
11 wherever it exists throughout the
I communication
r York Voice
HMftitutioii for the Sf
on by the people
in August There are strong indications
that the w hisky men had a good deal to
be framing of it for it contains
provisions that in the opinion of the
era will uet Prohibition in the
nty counties that have
on laws
J provides that the General
Assembly shall not pass local or special
rningany of certain enumer
ate enumerated
urpose topro
a means of taking the sense of any
district prcciuct or county
bey wish to authorize regulate
he sale of vinous
- alter the
any act with refer-
ie j resent Constitution a spec-
of the lyegislature is neceesarv to
1 IH al option in a
ted pro
nl to the time hoi
D the
v means of
e
- is not all dares
laws repealing local or special
AH laws of a
SB aature shah have uniform opera-
and no lav
ceo si i Hiatal S tie vinou
lawyers t repeal
count v Local option laws and
CLEVELAND IN KKMYCKY
Rcsmeatative MrCrary Says the Ex
Pmitftat h Still tke Favarite
Wnsnlngtmi Evening star
OonBinVrahle initutance has been at
tached to thv faiiure of the Deuu cratic
Convention in Kentucky to say a good
word for Mr Cleveland when the opjior
tunity was tflered This was supiosed
to In- an indication of a growing hostility
to the ex President among the silver
loving Southern aaofla
Representative Mi Creary who is jiroh
ahly as well aojuaintetl with the average
nm of peoafa in Kentucky as is any man
in Congress and who represents the
in the magnitii ent blue grass
of agriculture was a niemlier of
the Convei tion ami was generally in
touch with hii aewociateK there lit was
in Washington tMlay and in conversa
tion with a Star reporter he said that the
public generally outside of Kentucky are
entirely mistaken if they think the Con
vention wiw not favorable to Mr Cleve
land
oMKlCAMF ATTACHED TO THE KIl
sollK
At least two thirds of the members
were adm rers of Mr Cleveland and the
feaenl sentiment was friendly to him
He is strong in the State and was strong
there There is no significance at all to
be attached to the Cleveland resolution
episode which hapjieneii at the end of
the Convention All the regular work
hail then licen done and but few dele
gates we e present I was absent as
many othets arete Mad I understand that
there were not fifty men in the hall when
the resolution w as ottered and withdrawn
talked around among the uiemliers of
the Convention and I know I am correct
when I sav that there was a strong and
prevailing Cleveland sentiment among
the delegates to the Convention The
silver resolution meant free coinage and
there is a very general sentiment in the
state in favor of free coinage But with
regard to Mr Cleveland they feel thus
THEIK KKKI1M TOWAKD CLEVELAND
They lielicvc him to lie able honest
and patriotic They consider him a stur
dy IVmocrat a natural leader and a
statesman and they ho- that things w ill
so shape themselves as to make him the
nominee of the next Democratic National
invention They understand as he
docs that he must carry New York and
they lielieve that he is patriotic enough
not to seek the nomination if the situa
tion in that State is such as to lead him
to belie re that he cannot carry it I
think I sum up the prevailing sentiment
in Kentucky when I say that there is no
disjHisition to force Mr Clevelands nom
ination but that they BOSC that the p
litical situation will lie such as to make
him the party nominee Whenever his
name was mentioned in the Convention
it was greeted with loud applause and on
the night of the third day when all the
fire works had lecn set off and general
enthusiasm had cooled down I mention
ed his name in a aeeeeb nominating a
candidate for Attorney General in con-
11 with those of Jefferson and Jack
son and the applause was very enthusi
asti
THE TMUEF THE OKI 1 KT M
While the silver ipiestion is an
tant one and we believe in free coinage
1 do not think it is goinir to the great
eat issue in the next presidential cam
paign Thetariflis the great st issue
still and it will Ik in that campaign 1
think the silver ijiu stioii may be taken
out of politics before that time Viien
the next Congress meet the House will
free coinage bill probably before
Christmas The Senate will iiss it and
it will go the White House Mr Harri
son will veto it The House will pass it
over his veto but the Senate will proba
bly not do so Then there will have to
be some sort of a compromise fir the
pn scnt law is aliout as bad as it can
and it must replaced with something
else I think a measure similar to and
enlarging the Bland Allison bill compell
ing the purchase of three or four million
dollars worth of silver each month and
its coinage into silver dollars will lie
adopted This would increase the vol
ume of silver forty or fifty millions a year
It would the liest thing to free coinage
and would diapoaa of the present law
which is not satisfactorv
CONVENTION ECHOES
The professional politicians almost to
a man the railroad men and corpora
tions are all fighting the new Constitu
tion and we believe that it will be de
feated by their combined influence un
less the Alliance will boUty take stand
in favor of it Eltenhrthtmit AVva
The Republican State Platform indors
es
Harrisons Administration
The Force Bill
The Si a -
The Reed Congress
Either of the aWe clauses is enough
V kill the party rrwwi Qwia
In this Back of the wikkIs the new
Constitution is gaining ground and bv
August the opjiosition will lie practically
gone Really there has baaa many voters
who would not express themselves be
fore reading the document and as the
reading Baaa on the declarations in favor
of it grow in numlier Crittenden Prett
The Republican party is known to be
the Beeial friend of monopolies and
trusts and since the Kentucky Republi
can Convention so eageriy favored the
adoption of the new Constitution as a
part of its platform conservative people
will at once conclude that it must be un
favorable to the interest of the maaww
Ilarrodtburg Saying
There are Democrats who think that
the mere fact oT the Republican State
having endorsed the new
Constitution ought to furnish sufficient
reason for its defeat This is a very nar
row partisan view of the case and un
worthy of any person who is willing to
ier any qneatjou strictly on its
merits rrorgtiomt Timet
There are bo many contradictory pro
s ami so many uncertain and
in the new C
that we doubt if the jieople will
it by the
-oils Adi
make against it Jt is thus
put in very bad company Fi
stru
ment it has ma
backward people have r
chief danger that lies in wait on its path
is that the railroads and other monopo
lies of the State will unite just before the
election takes place and commence the
wholesale corruption of votes especially
those of the colored people The friends
of the measure have lieen warned in
time and should organize also and keep a
sharp hnikout for this suspected del
ate conspiracy to defeat the will of the
people Paducah AWn
The Constitutional Convention even
went so far as to radically change the
prcnml le of the old Constitution I We
the representatives of the Hople of the
State o Kentucky was made to read
We the people of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky This idea seems to have
inspire 1 the BMBabera all through their
work They not only lielieve they wen1
the jieople but also believed that when
they died all wisdom would die with
them BtmVmmtm K araoiian
If there were no many scores of other
good reasons for Democrats to vote
against the new Constitution the Indorse
ment by the Republicans of it Would
furnish grounds for serious thought as to
it rejection The Republican Conven
tion as Congressman Wilson said simply
endorsed it because the DemiH rats did not
do so It would have taken the other
horn had the Louisville Convention de
clared for the concern which it was care
ful not to do We believe that the action
of the Republicans drives tile last nail in
the coffin of the dying instrument
Slitiiivrii Jiiiirniil
Think of the Republicans approving
the new institution This is the worst
blow that much maligned instrument baa
yet received It oar opinion
that the people of Simpson county are
disposed to give the new Constitution a
cold shoulder more from the adverse
criticisms of the press than from auy
well defined objections they entertain
This should not lie so Every man
should reail for himself and not let his
stand with reference to the work of the
Convention taken in accordance with
the dictates of prejudice This advice
applies to any political question but
with especial force to this oae FrwuUin
RELIGIOUS
Rev s Cook of Garrard county
preached the Centennial Sermon at the
McCormick church Boyle county last
Sunday
Rev D L V Moffett will by ropiest
begin on Sunday night a series of lect
ures on church history and the claims of
the Episcopal church upon the American
people
CORRESPONDENCE
OOLLBOl HILL
Rev W J Doras is visiting relativi s
in Canada
Miss Sail ie Miller ot Owcnslxiro is
visiting her sister Mrs T 1 lemaree
this place
Col T B Deaasree is spending a few
week in Europe He will sail for beaae
iu a few days
DoYLESVIl IE
Iist Saturday was the tirst good raiu
here since April 22nd We dont believe
ie going to share now
Mr ilex Lenter of Fainville visited
home Saturday and Sunday and of
the girls were all made glad
Wbstpaa beeoate of the Perkins cor
respoiiihlnt Wish they would send up
a few itcpis always glad to read them
Mr Boa White of Fayette county
who it was thought for so long last
spring would die with pneumonia is
seaoaaj a few weeks with his relatival
here and is improving fast
CONCERN IN G FA RMERS
In Scott countv a bunch of lLOO jHiund
- brought 5 cento
The juicer Silver Tail made a mile in
20Sj at the SoatheSSters circuit meeting
at the Point Breeze track JsxiitjUm
Trintrit
Senator Stanford says that he would
rather see Maud S 0Sj bred to Ansel
than to any stallion in the world
ffVatorfaan CiYiarn
Kaarran State Weather Bkbvd
IN WITH THE U
skn ai Beams rosraa week end- f
no Jess era MM
The weather conditions of the past
week have Ken generally favorable to
crops in most sections of the State The
temperature was slightly in excess of the
normal and the amount of sunshine re
ceived about the average In some places
the rainfall was excessive and in others
none at all was reported It came in the
form of local thunder storms and the
northern and eastern sections appear to
have lieen more favored in this r
than other parts of the State There is
still much complaint of drouth and its ef
Bsaosl parasptible asea wheat
oats and meadows Corn planting is not
yet completed and in sections where no
rain has fallen that part of the crop
which is in the ground is doing vary
poorly Tobacco plants have been set in
places where the conditions of the soil
permitted it but in other sections this
work has not yet commenced The
plants are becoming very large and must
be transplanted soon or they will be use
less Fruits of all kinds are reported to
be abundant
State of Ohio City of Toledo 1
Lucas County
Frafk J Cheney makes oath that he
i the senior partner of the firm of F J
Cheney Co doing business in the
City of Toledo Countv and State afore
said and that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each anil every case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by the use ol Halls
Catarrh Cure
FRANK J CHENEY
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence this 6th day of December
A D i8S6
A W GLEASON
Notary Public
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of ibe system Send for
testimonials free
F J CH ENE V CO Props ToledoO
Sold by Druggists 75c 50 2
Ike Hubble is a thief of monumental
gall He stole a pair of pants from Joe
8 Jem tid in a short time took
them bade to ti would
a a bold I he
two
Laarrae Olipbant
The career of no other person in the
present century has been more varied and
more extraordinary than that of Laurence
Oliphant He was by turns a barrister sn
adventurer a diplomat the private secreta
ry to Lord Elgin a brilliant favorite of socit
tva religious devotee an ox driver in an
Otocare Western village the Park corres
pondent of the London Times an author
an operator in Wall Street a cynic philos
opher the projector of a gigantic coloni
ration scheme in Palestine n visionary
religious teacher but through alt these
phases of Sis life he was a man so bril
liant in intellect and so earnestly devoted
to his convictions of duty that even those
who most deplored his idiosyncracies were
obliged to admire his genius and integrity
There are many people in New York and
Washington who remembered with pleas
ure his charming presence and captivat
ing manners and who from personal
acquaintance with him regarded him as
one of the most remarkable characters of
our times The memoir of his life by his
kindsvroman and intimate friend Mrs
Margaret Oliphant which has just been
published in two handsome volumes by
Harper Brothers is the most interest
ing biography written since Boswclls
Johnson
The two BBSloea from Clay county
who murdered marshal Wellsat Junction
City nnd were sentenced to the praitea
tiarv for Ll years have been granted B
new trial by the Court of Appeals OB
the ground that they wen- refused an
attorney fi 1 their own state
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FlIK CIKCUIT OOCST ClKKK
To the HHile of Mmlis 111 County
I herein announce mx elf a candidate for
the oBtoa o 1 lerk or Ibe Martlson Cireuil
conn 10 ihe in ton of the Daaaoaml
it pjoiy
While It Is true I hava ser -d In that
oBtea as Clerk anil 1I1 piny for the paM - v
eial years this has bat Im beUei qualified
ineln diseliiiiice t lie important awl exacting
iliiih s of the office As to now I have at
tended to my diitio 1 refer to the lion
- members of the tinr liiiuaiils Jnrofs
mnl ether utteucianM of oarooorta i 1 1
you to my previoiw announcement in Ibe
iiaiti s und icspc ifully usk my fello
tens support as I lie iltitles of my office
will prevent me from making us thorough a
canvass as I desire
Most gratefully
s w 11 millkr
S H TIMRIE JR i R candidate for
Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject
to the action of tin- Democratic parly Si
lt i ItlVKU of Speedwell is a candi
date for Circuit Court Clerk of liidson
county subject to Baa action of the Demo
cratic party Hi-
CMnp4jf0s
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OIVK ENJOYS
Both the method and reeulta when
Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys
tem effectually disiiels colds head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c
and 1 bottles by all leading drug
gists Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
substitute
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO
SAN FRANCISCO CAL
LDUISVIUE Kf HEW YORK HY
REMOVAL
I have moved my Blarksmilh Shop to
my new building on Third street and have
associated with me Mr A 1 Smith and
in connection with my Blacksinithing
will do all kinds of
Carriage Repairing Painting Trim
mine c promptly
and to order Nothing but the best stock
used and satisfaction guaranteed Let all
ol our old friends give us a trial
jEasrRemember I have moved to Thin
Street bet It vine and North Streets
11- S L MIDKIFF
To Applicants for Water
Notice to prospect Water consumers
If you make application for eraser while
the pipes are being laid and ditch is open
in front of your premises the tap will be
made without any extra charge If the
ditch has to be re opened afterwards for
Ihe tap to be made a charge of 50 will
tie imposed for the tap Make opplica
tion to M NDiiggars Supt of
RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CO
44-
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IU PARIS 7flJr
mmsv
SHORTEST AND quiCKEST BETWEEN
Cincinnati and Frankfort
Only direct line between
Fraskfort Ocorgeto wTi Paris and
pichmoaa No Omnibus Transfer
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND
Trains run by Central StandarJ Ti
Time Table December 15 1S90
a u r
TRAINS EAST No 1 No 3 No 7
Pas- Muei
Iv Frankfort s 45 3 ta n
horn 5 58 3 12 I
zo iz 43
3 34 I 07
6 55 4 05 3 05
711 4 z 15
7 4 21 45
- 7 4 3 5
K M 11 n
nchester 12 10 6 15
F
Ar Richmond- 1 35 7
TRAINS WEST
id via K
A M
7 5
rh
THE NEW GROCERY FIRM
I
-STAPLE AND FANCY-
Crocsrios Diessisra
Glasswre Woodenwaje
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CANNED GOODS
Now is the time of year for you
to purchase
FIELD SEEDS
Clover Timothy and all other Field
Seeds at lowest cash prices
Will Buy All Country Produce
At the Highest Market Trice
COME and SEE US
HIQQINS HKRND0N
3
J L COLBY CO
Staple Fancy
GROCERS
Lalors Old Stand corner Main
and B Streets Richmond Ky
New Firm
New Goods
Frcsli - Choice - Groceries
purchased by the new firm Will
be sold at exceedingly reasonable
prices
FULL MEASURE
and DOWN WEIGHT
Country Produce
bought and sold at Market Irites
J L COLEY CO
42-
ICE
We are building an ICE FCTORY in
your city Vc want the patronage ol
every
Iff Consumer in Richmond
and will gft it if fair courteous treatment
and the best quality of
Clear Solid -Ice
will win your favor
We do not claim the benefit of your
trade becauie this i a
Home - Enterprise
and will help build up the town even if
we are building up an Industry to compete
with Ihe products of other cities It is a
matter of dollars and 1 1
Judge us by the quality of our ice and
our prices and you will get the cleanest
clearest ice for the least money As soon
as our factory starts not later than May
15th vou will get
No Ice With Sawdust On It
Mr J E Djrkea will be our agent
and has authority to make contract for
the season Will fill no orders at factory
- than 100 lbs
itfTiat Inference can you drav from
the folio vine short plain Eng
lish sentences
We are building an Ice Factory The
Factory will make 10000 lbs of Ice every
day The Ice will have to be sold in
Richmond We mean what we say
45 18
RICHMOND ICE MFG CO
GAS STOVES
Im9 SKStt
at
THE RICHMOND
Water and Light Co
Have in stock at their house on Second
Street a variety ot
COOKING STOVES
That Use Gas for Fuel
They have ir
stoves
coai 01
and conaequc
ver coal
ALWATS READY FOR USE
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A1TTEH
CHICKEN
Cholera Cure
i
Thousands of dollars worth of
chickens die every year from Chol
era It is more fatal to chickens than
all other diseases combined But the
discovery of a remedy that positively
cures it has been made and to be con
vinced of its efficacy only requires a
trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for
one hundred chickens It is guar
anteed If after using two thirds of
a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly
satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken
Cholera return it to the undersigned
and your monev will be refunded
KOR SALE BY
Broods Middelton
For Lcier I Mfg k
PRICES OF LUMBER
ON CAB AT F0EU ST
Bill Stuff 16 ft and under per Mi2 0
2d Com inch 12 50
3d 10 00
Sheeting 7 50
Dressed Finishing 25 00
1st Flooring and Ceiling 22 50
2d 18 50
3d 13 50
No 1 Dressed Weatherboards 15 00
2 12 50
3 10 00
Lath I 75
Pickets 3 50
IKsfln Car lots a discount 01 ft 00 per
M ft except Pickets and Lath
SyDelivered prices made known on
application Ad
FORD LUMBER CO
47 Ford Ky
Aoo rN
TnQM
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0Cft
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J200
IGIFS
i oo
W L DOUGLAS
2 3340E
jix iei3 ou bof
JACK FREEMAN
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STALLIONS
SALEPeisylTam 1433
CITY LOTS
At t oclock p in on the premises we
the administrators of Thos S Uron ton
deceased wiil
Ob Friday June
Sell to the highest bidder that property
lying between 3rd and ftfa join
ing the depot of the R N I ft B R R
consisting of
25 ELEGANT LOTS
suitable for residence or business pur
poses each 50x140 feet Also the best
ooi -
area
in Central Kentucky containing nearly
one acre of ground with a switch leading
into it from said railroad
Sale will be positive and without re
serve
TERMS One fourth cash balance in
six twelve and eighteen months rt six
per cent with lieu to secure d lerred
payments
CJ BRONSTON
Mks T s BRONSTON
P S PeTOfM desiring to purchase 01
inspect this property cali on
G W Evans ft Soar
Real Estate Agts Buinun tildng
4S 2 Richmond Ky
RECORD 247
By Gen Washington sire of Poem
22 at a Lu
zerne 22- Dam Madelene 2 -4 by
Haubletonian to 2nd dam Nancy Whit
man dam of Robert McOregor 2 175 by I
nierican Star 3rd dam Nance
dam of I aflv Whitman 230 by Duilands
Meaaenser Duroc Pennsylvania is a
dark bay 16 hands high black mane and
tail and weighs 1250 pounds
Will make the season of 1891
AT 40 TO INSURE A COLT
at inv stable at the Fair Gronds Rich
mond Ky H C TRAYNOR
42- Agent
KING RICHARD
This great individual and sire of high
priced horses will make the season of iSi
at the stable of S H Stone on Big Hill
pike one mile from Richmond at
20 to insure a Living Colt
v due when mare is parted with or
bred to another horse otherwise when
colt is CoaV
KING RICHARD was sired by Old
Peavine his dam Pharos by Imported
Ihaeton 2nd dam by Glencoe 3rd darn
by Woodlord
King Richard is a model horse with
perfect disposition He is a beautiful
chestnnt 16 hands high weighs i qo and
imparts a great deal of finish to his
lie out classes any sane we
seen as a unifoim sire of high priced
horses owt of ordinary mares As an in
ditidual he has few equal as a sire He
lias mide a record that Mirpasses any of
his class STONE vS ARBUCKLE
4-4-
Brownmont 1905
SrlSIIABh AMI liMlsTKKED
Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foal
ed May 22 1S80 Bred by W T
Withers Lexington Ky
Sired by 33-
1 dam ty Maaabriso Chief l
2 ihim Kaule by Zentlli
1 iliini Ktthua liy liiey hJigle
1 oaia Mary Howe liy TkBMr
j ihim by RootnU
ti lain ty Imp SJadUy
7 daw by Imp Julius
HORSE is without a vice and a
THIS foal getter Has never been train
ed vet can show a merry clip Like
Midway trial 22 0 and Aladdin his full
brothers he shows the heavy mane and
tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prie
w inner Short fine back fiine corded legs
and perfect disposition
Almont 33 the sire of Brownmont
Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rysdiks
Hamhletonian 10
1 dam by Mambriuo Chief
i dam by Pilol Jr
He is the sire of thirty seven in the 2 o
list including Westmont 213 Puritan
2tb Fanny Witherspoon 2ibVJf Piedmont
2i7l4 Aldine 219 and Early Rose
22o 4 and grand sire of Belle Hamlin
212 He is the sire of 31 mares that
have produced 36 performers including
Wiaslow Wilkes 214 Alabaster 1
years old Stir J B Richardson 1
Catchfly 2iS4 Silas Skinner 3i
Treasurer 220 and thirty others He
has 57 sons that have sired 167 performers
In all there are 31S 230 performers de
scended from Almont
BRO WN MONTS istdam is by Mam
brino Chief the head of the greatest
brood mare family in the world We
thus find in the veins of Brownmont the
blcxxl of llanihletonian Mambrino Chiei
and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong in
fudiiu of thoroughbred
BROWNMONT has been in
since he was three years old and has had
no track work and no chance in Ihe stud
In Kentucky he should make a great stock
BROWNMONT wil make the present
from Paint
Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at
S20 to Insure a Mare in loai
4
Not responsible for accidc
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AND
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A SPECIALTY OF
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Onljr a souare from the Court Houe
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