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THE LEXINGTON INTEIjaCr UNTCKR, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1890.
Official our and County ,1'aper. MOUNT OLIVET. Dr. Talmag-e Discourses on Christ's Ascenulon. A Notable Place In Sacred Hlstory-The Saviour on Mount Olivet-ill Ascent Into Heaven Hlesslngs For All Truo Believers. In a recent sermon at Hrooklyn Rot. T. DeWltt Talmage took his text from Psalms xxlv., 7: "Lift up your heads, 0 ye BateH; and be ye lifted up, ye everlasting- doors; and the King- of Olory ball come in." lie Haiti: In olden times, when a great con queror returned from victorious war, the people In wild transport would take bold of the gates of the city and lift them from their hinges, as much as to aay: "This city needs no more gates to defend It since the conqueror lias got home. Off from the hinges with the gates!" David, who was the poet of poets, foretells In his own way the triumphal entranco of Christ into Heaven, after His victory over sin and death and hell. It was as it the celes tial Inhabitants had sa d: "Here lie comes! Make way for him! Push back the bolts of diamond! Take hold of the doors of pearl and hoist them from their binges of gold.! Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lifted up, ye ever lasting doors; and the King of Olory . shall eome ln.n Among the mountains of Palestine no one la more uplifting than Mount Olivet. It was the peroration of our Lord's min istry. On the roof of a house in Jerusalem 1 asked: "Which is Olivet?" and the first glance transfixed mo. But how hall I describe my emotions, when near the close of a journey, in which we bad for two nights encamped amid the shattered masonry of old Jericho and tasted of the acrid waters of the Dead sea. that crystal sarcophagus of the burled cities of the plain, and waded down into the deep and swift Jordan to laptlse a man, and visited the ruins of the house of Mary and Martha and Laz arus, we found ourselves In stirrups and on horse, lathered with the long and difficult way, ascending Mount Olivet. O, that solemn and suggestive ridge! It Is a limestone hill a mile in length, and 800 feet high, and 3,700 feet above the level of the sea. Over it King David fled with a broken heart Over it Pom pey led his devastating hosts. Here the famous Tenth legion built their bat teries in beslegement. The garden of Gethsemane weeps at the foot of It Along the base of this hill flashed the lanterns and torches of those who came to arrest Jesus. From the trees on this bill the boughs were torn off and thrown Into the path of Christ's triumphal pro cession. Up and down that road Jesus bad walked twice a day from liethany to Jerusalem, and from Jerusalem to Betbany. There, again and again, lie had taught His disciples. Half way up this mount He uttered His lamentation, "O, Jerusalem! Jerusalem!" From its heights Jesus took flight homeward when He had finished His earthly mis sion. There is nothing more for Him to do. A sacrifice, was needed to make peace between the recreant earth and the outraged Heaven and lie had offered it. Death needed to be conquered, and He had put His resurrection foot upon it The thirty-three years of voluntary xlle had ended. The grandest, tender cat, mightiest good-bye ever heard was now to be uttered. On Mount Olivet Jesus stands in a group of Galilee fishermen. They bad been together in many scenes of sadness and had been the more endeared by that brotherhood of suffering. They had ex pected Him to stay on til the day of coro nation, when He would take the earthly throne and wave a scepter mightier, and rule a dominion wider than any David, than any Cesar. But now all these antici pations coiiapse. uonsv uas given ins last advice. He has offered His last sympathy. He has spoken His last word. His hands are spread apart as one is apt to do when he pronounces a benediction, when suddenly the strong est and most stupendous law of all worlds is shattered. It is the law which, since the world were created, holds them together. It is the law. which holds every thing to the earth, or tem porarily hurled from earth, returns it; the law which keeps the planets whirl ing around our sun and our solar system 'whirling around the throne of God the law of gravitation, That law is sus pended, or relaxed, or broken, to let the body of Jesus go. The law had laid hold of Him thirty-three years before, when He descended. It had relaxed its grip of Him but onee and that when It declined to sink Him from the top of the waves on Galilee, on which He walked, to the bottom of the lake. That law of gravitation must now give way to H.m who made the law. It may bold the other stars, but it can not longer hold the Morning Star of Re demption. It may hold tha noonday sun, but it can not hold the t&on of Righteousness. . The fingers of the law are about to open to let go the most lllnstrous Being the world had ever seen, and whom it had worst maltreated. The strongest law of nature which philosophers ever weighed or measured mast at last give way. It will break be tween the roek of Olivet and the heel of ChrUfs foot. Watch It. all yo disciples! Watch it. all the earth! -Watch it, all the heavens! Christ about to leave this planet. Howl His friends will not con sent to have Him go. His enemies catching Him would only attempt by another Calvary to put Him into some other tomb. I will tell you bow. The chain of the most tremendous natural law is unlinked. The sacred foot of our Lord and the limestone rock part, and part forever. Leaning back, and with pallid cheek and uplifted eyes, the disciples see their Lord rising from the solid eartfc. Then, rushing forward, they would grasp His feet to hold Him fut, but they are out of reach, and it is too late to detain Him. Higher than the tops of the fig trees from which they had plucked the fruit. Higher than the olive trees that haded the mount Higher, until lie is within sight of the Bethlehem where lie was born, and the Jordan where He was baptized, and the Golgotha where H was slain. Higher, until on stairs of fleecy cloud He steps. Higher, until Into a sky bluer than the lake that eould not sink Him, He disappears into tea of glory whose billowing Bplendors hide Him. The fishermen watch and watch wondering if the law of nature will net rea sort itself, and He shall in m few moments come back again, and they shall see Him descending; first His cared feet coming In sight, then the scarred side, then the scarred brow, and they may take again His scarred hand. No wonder that for at least 1,400 yrars the churches have, forty days after Easter, kept Ascension day; for the les sons are most inspiring and glorious. It takes much of the uncertainty out of the Idea of Heaven when from Olivet wo see human nature amending. The name body that rose from Joseph's tomb ascended from Mount Olivet Our bu tnaa nature Is In Heaven to-day. Just as they had seen Christ for forty days, B ascended, head, faee. shoulders, bands, feet and the entire human organ ism. Humanity ascended! Ah, how lonely that keeps Christ in sympathy With those who are still in the struggle! Christ leads us all the way; Through the birth hour, for He was bom in Beth lehem; through boyhood, for He passed It in Nazareth; through injustices, for Hs endured the outragesof Pllato'scourt room; .throngh death, for Ho suffered It on Calvary;, through the sepulchre, for three days within, its darkened walls; through resurrection, for the solid masonry gave way on the first Easter morning; through ascension, for Mount Olivet watched i I i nt as Ho climbed the skies; through the shining gates, for He entered them amid mag nificent acclaim. And here Is a gratlfy ingconsidcrution that you never thought of. Wo will see tho Lord just as He looked on earth. As He arose from the tomb He ascended from Mount Olivet. We shall see Him as He looked on the road to Kmiiiiius, as Ho appeared in the upper room in Jerusalem, as He was that day of valedictory on the rldge from which He swung Into the skies. How much we will want to see Him. I was reading of a man horn blind, lie was married to ontt who took care of him all those years of darkness. A surgeon said to him: "I can remove that blindness," and so he did. His sight given him, a rose was handed to the man who never before had seen a rose and he was in admiration of it, and his family whom he had never seen before now appeared to him, and he was in tears of rapture, when ho suddenly cried out: "I ought first to have asked to seu the ono who cured me; show me the doctor." When from our eyes the scales of earth shall fall, and we have our first vision of Heaven, our first cry ought not to be: "Where are our loved ones?" Our first cry ought to be: "Where is Christ, who made all this pos sible? Show me tho Doctor!" Glory be to God for ascended humanity! "Our fallow sufferer yet retains A fellow fuulliiK In our pulus. And still remembers, in the skies. Ills tears. Ilia aitonles and cries." I am so glad that Christ broke the natural law of gravitation when He shook olf from his feet the clutch of Mount Olivet. People talk as though cold, iron, unsympathetic, natural law controlled every thing. The reign of law is a majestic thing, but the God who made it has a right to break It, and again and again has broken it and again and again will break it A law is only God's way of doing things, and if He chooses to do them some other way He has a right to do so. A law Is not strong enough to shackle the Almighty. Christ broke the botanical law when one Monday morning in March, on the way from Bethany to Jerusalem, by a few words he turned a full leaved fig tree Into a lifeless stick. He broke ich theo logical law when, without any natural Inducement he swung a great school of fish into a part of Lake Tiberias, where the fishermen had cast their nets for eight or ten hours without the capture of a minnow, and by making a fish help pay the tax by yielding from Its mouth a Roman stater. Christ broke the law of storms by compelling, with a word, tho angered sea to hush Its frenzy, and tho winds to quit their bel lowing. Ho broke zoological law when He made the devils possess the swine of Gadara. He broke the law of eco nomics when He made enough bread for 5,000 people out of five biscuits that would not ordinarily have been enough for ten of the hungry. He broke In tellectual law when, by a word, He sllenoed a maniac into placidity. He broke physiological law when, by a touch, lie straightened a woman who for eighteen years had been bent almost double, and when Ho put spring into the foot of inhumatod Lazurus, and when, without medicine, He gave the dying girl back In health to the Syro Phoenician mother, and when He made the palatial home of the nobleman re sound again with tho laughter of his restored boy, and when, without knife or battery. He set catoracted eyes to seeing again, and tho drum of deaf ears to vibrating again, and the nerves of paralyzed arms to thrilling again, and then when, in leaving the earth, He de fied' all atmospheric law and physio logical law, and that law which has in it withes and cables and girders enough to bold the universe, the law of gravita tion. The Christ who proved Himself on so many occasions, and especially the last, superior to law, still lives, and every day, in answer to prayer for the good of the world, He is overriding the law. Blessed be God that we are not the sub jects of blind fatality, but of a sympa thizing divinity. Have you never seen a typhoid fever break, or a storm sud denly quiet, or a ship a-beam's-end right itself, or a fog lift or a parched sky break In showers, or a perplexity disen tangled, or the inconsolable take solace, or the wayward reform at the call of prayer? I havo seen it; multitudes have seen it You have, if you have been willing to see It Deride not the faith cure. Because Impostors attempt it is nothing against good men whom God hath honored with marvelous restora tions. Pronounce nothing impossible to prayer and trust Because you and I can not effect It lu no reason why oth.ors may not. By the same argument I could prove that Kapbael never painted a Madonna, and that Mendelssohn never wrote an oratorio, and that Phidias never chiseled a statue. Because we can not accomplish it ourselves, we are not to conclude that others may not There are In Immen sity great ranges of mists which have proved, under closer teloscopLc scrutiny, to be the storehouse of worlds, and I do not know, but from that passage in James, which, to some of us, Is jet misty and dim, there may roll out a new Heaven and a now earth. "The prayer of faith uball save the sick." The faith curists may, in this war against disease, be only skirmishing before a. general engagement, in which all the maladies of earth shall l routed. Kurely allo pathy and homeopathy and hydropathy and eclecticism need reinforcement from somewhere. Why not from the faith and prayer of the consecrated? The mightiest school of medicine may yet be the school of Christ I do not know but that dlsoascs, now by all schools pronounced incurable, may give way un der gospel bombardment I do not know but that the day may come when faith and prayer Bball raise the dead. Strauss and Woolston and Spinoza and Hume and Bchlelcrmacher rejected the miracles of the far past I do not propose to be Uko tuem and reject the miracles of the far future. This I know, tho Christ of Ascension day is mightier than any natural laws, for on the day of which I speak He trampled down the strongest of them all. Law is mighty, but who He made it Is mightier. Drive out fatalism from jroir Jheology, and give grace the throne. Standing to-day on the Ascension peak of Mount Olivet I am also gladdened at the closing gesture, the last gesture Christ ever made. "He lifted up His hands and blessed thorn," says the In spired account of our Lord's departure. I am so glad He lifted up His hands. Gestures are often more significant tban words, attitudes than arguments. Chrbtt had mado a gesture of con tempt when with His finger He wrote on the ground; gesture of repulsion when He said: "(let thea behind mo, Hatan;" gesture of condemnation when He said: "Won unto you, Pharisees and hypocrites." But his last gesture is a gesture of benediction. He lifted up his hands and blessed them. His arm are extended and thepalmsof His band turned downward, and so He dropped benediction upon Olivet benediction upon Palest! uu, benediction upon all the earth. The cruel world took Him la at the Start on a cradle of straw, and at last thrust Him out with the point of the spear; but benediction! As cending until beneath He saw on one sldo the Bethlehem, where they put Him among tho cattle, aud Calvary on tha other side, where they put iilot among the thieves as far as the excited and intensified vision of the group on Olivet could see Hiin, and after He was so far up they could no loiuer hear His words they saw the gesture of the outspread hands, the bonedictjou. And that is His attitude to-day. His benediction upon the world's limates.and they are changing and.wjn keep on cuangTng until the atmosphere shall be a commingling of October and June. Benediction upon the deserts till they whiten with lily and blush with rose and yellow with cowslip and emerald with grass. Benediction upon governments till they become more just and humane. Benediction upon nations till they kneel in prayer. Benediction upon tho whole earth until every mountain is an Olivet of consecration and every lake a Galilee on whose mo saic of crystal and opal and sapphire divino splendors shall walk. (, take the benediction of His pardon, sinners young and sinners old, sinners moderate and sinners abandoned, 'lake tho benediction of His comfort, all y broken hearted under bereavement, and privation, and myriad woes. Take his benediction all ye sick beds, whether un lor acute spasms of pain or in long protruded Invalidism. For orphanuge, uud childlessness and w idowhood a benediction. For cradles, and trundle beds and rocking chairs of octogenarians a benediction. For life and for death, for time and for eternity, for earth and for Heaven a benediction. Sublimest gesture ever made, the last gesture of our ascending Lord. "And He lifted up His hands and blessed them." Is our attitude the same? Is it wrath or is it kindness? Is it diabolism or Christism? God give us the grace of tho open palm, open upward to get the ben ediction, open downward to pronounce a benediction. A lady was passing along a street and suddenly ran against a ragged boy, and she said: "I beg your pardon, my boy, I did not mean to run against you; I am very sorry." And the boy took off tho piece of a cap ho had upon his head and said: "You have my parding, lady, and you may run agin me and knock me clear down; I won'tcare." And turning to a comrade he said: "That nearly took me off my feet. No body ever asked my parding before." Kindness! Kindness! Fill tho world with It. Them has always been too much disregard for others. Illustrated in 1030, in England, when 95,00(1 acres of marshes were drained for health and for crop raising and the sportsmen de stroyed the drainage works because they wanted to keep the marshes for bunting ground, where they could shoot wild ducks. The same selfishness In all ages. O, for kindness that would make our life a symphony suggestive of one of the anc.ent banquets where every thing was set to music; the plates brought In and removed to the sound of music, the motions of the carvers keep ing time with the music, the conversa tion lifting and dropping with tho rising and fulling of the music. But instead of the music of an earthly orchestra, it would be the music of a heavenly charm, our words the music of kind thoughts, our stops the music of helpful deeds, our smile the music of encourag ing looks, our youth and old age the first and last bars of music conducted by the pierced hand that was opened in love and spread downward In benedic tion on Ol.vctic heights on Ascension dayl "By a n w way none ever trod, Christ mounted to the throne of God." A ST. I.OITI8 PHYNK'IAN. A St Louis gentleman was bo surprised at the Cure of bis sick headache by Joy's Vegetable Sarssparilla that he culled It to tbo attention of relative. Dr. F. A. Barrett, the well known Bt, Louis physiclau, of SOVi Shenandoah Street, The doctor, upon learning that It was a Califor nia production, purely vegetable, became Inter ested In It, and tried It blmitclf, nnd Nays It is the finest laxative he has ever seen. He writes, under date October 14lll last: "Wishing to test Its virtues further, I used It In my own family, and prescribed It to patients who required general system regulutor. As a result, I can say that It Is an almost absolute cure for conailpalton, biliousness, dyspcjmla. In digestion and sick headaches. These troubles usually come from a disturbed condition of the stomach and bowels, and Joy's Vegetable Sarsa paiills Is the best laxative and stomach regu lator I have ever seen, and as a general system corrective Is almost perfection Itself. Califor nia has come to the front with ninny good things, and last, but not least. Is Joy's Vegetable Sartaparllla. F. A. Bahiiett, M. D." Wabash Kailroad Time Table. Omnibus will leave the hotels In this city for tt A I., -luncuou, making cooneotlon with trains going east, west and north, at 7 .00 s. m. Returning, wlliarnve at 10 -30 a. ru Omnibus willlesve Tor &. A Junc tion, making-connection with trains going east and west, and north as lr a Uiehmond, at., 3:00 p. in. Returning, will arrive at 7.bup. m. JOHN U YOUMQ, Superintendent Bunta Fe Bcuto. TBSINS SKItlVE. 7:40 a. III. from Kic.hmnnd slid e.iBt. 10 4ft a. in. from Lexington Junction. 1J:X5 . in. Irnm Kansas City snd 8 . J OK' ill. a p. in. from Itlchniond. J.i.p. iu. from Lexington Junction and tast. TRAINS .xys. 7.40s. m. to Lexington Junction. 10:4 a. ni. to Lexington Junction and east. 12:40 p. m. to 1-exinnlon June and Kicliniond. 3:4.1 p. m. to Hi. Joseph snd Kunsus City. 7:15 p. m. to Uiehmond and east. Ticket sold at city offlce to all points. Buy your tickets and gel minced rales. JOHN TAUBMAV Agen. Jefferson City, Boonville & Lexing ton Division Time Table. Westward Eastward. 3r SXutioiiil. 3 w o 5 5S. AH AM 7-ss s-ift .Tipton Jloonvillc.. Waverly... Kdwaids... , llnvrr .orthrup. . . .Myrloii ... .Lexlagjion- .112:361 7:3o . ll:!t 4 30 a.Vi u i:40, U:l4 Sitsji an tf::UIII If! S Itll 10:31 ::ai Blf, X 7.UU 7:45 S:04 lll:tKl :i ao 4:30 ft Mm :M! 9 7:l lt:.V. ii:ii!i (w3l. I'll It Time Table of tbo Lexington branch of tbe mo. p. g. p. Westwsrd. Ksstwsrrf. i Passenger 8tsli"l. Passenger - o s Z L AH AH fS AH I'M CII H) IV. ft 4:30 .... Rrdalia .. 10:30 10 lit 310 l:Mi 0:111 A:."d ..Concordia. .. :IMi S M li;l7 l-.-JM :3tt 6:10 .. Aullville .. H 4o S .31 11:111 i-M 0:4S 6 22 ..Hisgmsvllle. 8 33 S:ll IU:.VI Sift ft 0 3.. FsgfCilv.. M:22 S:07 I0:! 4:bn 7:2" Usftft ,. I.rxll'Kt'b . ; 7:4.' 7:4'i '.140 4:40 7:2H li I .. . .Mvrli k .... 7:2S 7:il0 n:to ft II 7:4.1 ....i..WellhlRlon . ... ' 2ft 6:2ft 7:60 ....!.. H'sterli.o 7.IU S:0(! 6:311 :66 spoil on. . .. 7 .11 7 :fto S:oc 8.&.I .... .Independence ... 5 4.0 l-H I AM 7"TO follow me iinie n iruinn NUlug prii read from top of column downward; of Ituttw going east read from the boitum of o lnmn u- A H IIKIMIS . ......... Jigem ill i.exinmuii. II .1. WOOD, A ircnl ut Mync.lc Chicago & Alton H It. 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They ore striotly vegotable aud do not gripe or purge, bat by their gen tie action please all who use them. In vimlsat iSoeuUi five for It. Sold by druggists eveiTwnero, or sent by mall. CARTER WEOIOINI CO., New York. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE NOTIC K TO CONTRACTORS. J WliJ, let to the lowest and best bidder, on SATURDAY, MAY 17th . IrtiO, One Wooden Itrldge for construction, nboiu Ihlrtr feet in length, to be bull! serosa brand lu.teatof the A L A. Knltnn place, on the line between sections t) and 1, lowimhii til range '27. Ix-lling will Inke nines St bridge site, lit 111 o'cl'.ek a in I'lsii and spei. Illcutlnn for work will b seen st liue sml plne.e of letting l.'finiriieloi lo glvs Imu'mI wiiii ujijirnveil eecnrlly Iih mtii plviiig with rnntrsi i an Hie aw diieeH Com niiK.ioiier reserves the right lo ii)' r.i any or ul bids. H.M WKKIHN, qprgiiid CtMiiiniMHioiirr. TJB Imported Cleveland Bay Stallion, THE BEAU! No. 1037 E. C. B. 8. B BltKI) by John Buriisides, or North liarliiiL--tn, Kiigliiinl ; sire l.ueksail lHu.he ' y I uek (all las, he liv ( amir nl 47. he In Knnilninr lc:l; I I di III liv rni.ee r'reih-riek '-Ml. 1 il nil lu J-'aviirne Ji.'i. 'Mil! ).eiti:;ree e:in l e rx'rnded ms lur lis denned li'iuii the KuKlmh i It velnul It ') Mil. I Hook 1 l II K 1IKAI' i.i n nice buv wilh'iiil nnv wlii'i' niurSn, Mliimlri 11 liiui.id lijuh n;il we'eh l.'tVHt p..u nils, has line iniuie in.iltnl. ioml bone m,r 'el.Ko.od slopiu euoiildi-rs, eh'irt buck, in i. bo.d. Ii w jfiovcr, a Ki'iiiitl hftrre in every re -I'ei-t lie li-him r..l v .. II. ul.ii W. II lioo '(Miniure, ol Nitnliv Itlc, 'fenit , In AilguM le.8. i- ihiee vern ot Hi's .lime. 1'h" II. .in will mill e the Heunon of IM'.mi ut un hi .ble. In Aullvllle, Mo . (or:lll irno.l in.iren nl 2il io innure cull to sluiid up .iihI Midi , or $1.ri lur lif beuMin.due duly I, Ih'.m, or 7 .Vlaemgl. eu , ilue at I he time. At Ihi' sunrie stable, Ihe Klne Shtllion HERALD! Sired by f.lay, he by l iisilus M. l lay, .1-. t li ilnin by II- nun. u trollinir xlulliuii lint won ni'irt' Jjr-t prize ijian uny other lerne lu nnrili em Ohio; 14 llniil by "1,1 II ler.li I 'em liv Ver iiiiiiiI M.iriaii. iili'ibnn by Sli..nuii Mo. gnu. llh KAI.I) in 6 yeirs old, hn.ii k uh ii r.vi'li'. Wll'g, i?t li.illils Inelii ... Ii ii-li , w iL'l.n j ponnilH. b:in lii'.md lint bone, line rnli:v llVe.k, ersnd natural sivie He ga'en everv pro - ne by liibvi.e, elyle uml lir.i.i un, lo lie able In produce line rangy trotieis ami ull-puriioc linrrtes. II. raid will innke Ihe season ol IH'.SI st l'i In iPMire a male In loal. due wiiiii l:u-l iu .......r ' tlllli,.'!. fuaie In p.tl'.e.l M lib "r r llioveit liote the e. .ijnt i br tH' nian-n, f "i a nmg leap The royl leiiii of u.,Uli .aeLs "RE8IQAY" AND 'SIR KENRY" Noh. 00 and 01 A. J. S- S. B , IMI'OIITKIt (Atlgll-I, IHHU.) ny ,. I,. Slid W II li.....Ml-t.ll', of Nllnh ville, 'I', nn i lliei-e .laekH are ol pure Caliiloiiinii breed, both l;H hands luuh. la lue.s wiiii wiuie p .11. in, ! line ln.iie lieu. I ami l'r. ;'Im y Will Kluli.l. at mv stulile, a' fill In inniirw inure. ii l.e wi!lr loal, li to in-iir" living onll, snd will rrry. 1. nnel i 't nny iihk-ol lie neiisnn ut 2 lo inniire I' rii.- ib lrin to rale extra line mnlen nlinlild make nje n, l I giMid opiioriunlly I ttr will i.e taken lo pievnl aeeitlenlN mi'l eseupen, lint no r''Hi..nnil.ihty assiiini I r.i.nl. lf'j iii'eiir. A lieu Is liei.l hi h 1 1 iii.mn (lo boili, horsed niid iui'-th) lor nervire money until paH. I'ssliiriiKe lor iiutren fnnii a ilinlaui'e Iree I'oiiliv ly no hiiHitiess aileinb-tl toi.n .siiniluy. For further iiiloiiiiutioii upplv to It. F. WAKUKN. a pi 'JO Aullvllle, Mo, '7 i HP - Urn CARTERS A CARD TO LAFAYETTE -AN D- SUH ROUNDING COUNTIES. nr. II . il. UOSlllflSVIi, I ,n to ol llcilin, Viuniia, I'ltris, oti:., HAS OI'KNKI) IN LEXINGTON Foil A PKW MONTHS, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. At'i'Hiii-iiiciilH Imvitig Iipoii untilu Willi hii ciiiiiK-nt cihIi-ii iiiHti'iiinont iiiHiiiilur.ini y lo Hi-cine this H)iriiii-iali; Riiiliiiiic.t'H, Hie ItiHtHiito umkcH A N!': lAl.TY nr Till! TIIRATMOT OK TI1K lKFORlIITIt:s oi' tiik Linnis, m::k, iif., s.v. Specialty of Diseaaea of Nervous System. Specialty or tho Diseases or the SKIN. Specialty of the Treatment or CATARRH Specialty or the Diseases of the EAR. Specialty or the Diseases or the THROAT Npv. liill) o the Proper Adjustment of S !!;: I A'l.i:s and KWrIJl.lKs for nil Optical Defects. SPECIALTY Of Off ICE PICAC'1 1C E t f INK MIUJEUV. Will Rcmnln in Lexington lor a few Months Only, at tho MEDICAL A SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Over Loroy Farmer's Drug Store. CONtfl'lrATION FREE Office Houhs 9 (o 12 a. in.; 12 to 4 J. W. HARRISON & CO, SUCCESSORS TO GROVE YOUNG, Carry the most Complete Stock of Goods in the county. We have received this spring at least $15,000 WORTH OF READY-MADE CLOTHING for Men, Boys and Children. Ve Have the Finest, Largest, and ever Brought to Our stock of Ilata is simply immense all new and of the latest style and best quality ; also (Jents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. OUR STOCK 02T DEESS GOODS CONSISTS OF Mohairs, Henriettas, Satleens, Sacarappas, Sicilians, Monsse sne, Challies, and Criterion Cloth. We also have an immense took of White Goods ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES. Gloves, and in fact everything that is carried in a first ola&s house. All of this imnieiiBe stock of goods is new. All are cordially invited to call on us for their Spring and Summer Goods. They will not only have the Largest Stock to select from, hut we propose to sell goods CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE COUNTY. CHAMPION ! Uril. I. stsnil 111 prrsenl srsson at my Htalilr.inir sml iiir-liall llillrs u.m ..I tit tilil fc'ir (rollnils ifsriillin: lsrk Hay Willi macs mai.e sii.i tail. HI haii'ls IhkIi. 8 ypars uld. I irius: H lor llio srsson nr H toiinura a noil lo stsnil bikI aui-.ki a In n Ix-lns retiu. .l on Hp colt lor nrrvlcp. iiioih-v. II tin- marp Is solil, iraiti'il or n iiiovi"! In.ni llir m lnlil'orlioo.l btlor tin- rXiralion of pli'Viii moiiilia sl'i-r brlriK arrvr.l, llu n llie oa ni r of ail iiisrp is to isv lor Ills m Mini wheilii r Hie marr. oroves In Im wnli msl or not Carv Ink. n to prrvent nrci.Vnts, lint will nol lie rrniiiiOHililp slioiild sny occur. Will, also, sianil at Hip sanis ilm' itnil on His same Icrrus, I lie hil( ndlil I ,. L DOMINO 1 1 He is lilark wllh nu-sly nosi', snil hss provnl Ut Ltr a Kioil lir.'nli r. hs Ills rolls will hIiow He is vxiy vigorous uml Is in linn cnuilillon lo iniikf llir srsooii. l'snliiie ultl Ml irr monlli, but will not lir rri.i.rinilip lor arniilt'iils or rr.aips. I'eillKire shown on ui.llratlnn. Hl'rl'J'f l j. MITI.IIr l.l.. The Young English Shire Stallion, DOCK I DOCK Is a dark bay. Mar in lace, f.i'Ut-.l May II, Inn?: was slrnl ly Clown (.1.131) Mi I re Stsllion. bsy, nmiortril in Oc.lolxr. 1hh4. loalnl In IrWi, brrU oy Thomas Towulry, I'ar krr, (.iK'nloii Hall I'ri'Htoii, l.anrsKliirs. Knl lun.l llr In a hall l.rolln r to tin- Nolnl Htallion I liurli-r (74ii. winiici of Hint irizi- and cuu at London Court llorsr Show, Iwft. HOCK'S Oiun, Lill, sin d by Hill, Irnm Olnos Mil's dam, Alli'p. sirrd by uray hornp. Iiroutilit Irnm Illinois by llravpri-; AIii-p'h ilain. Kale, Irnm Ohio. Iioi-k Is 17 hands hiKli. WflKiis l.fUKi iioiinds, is onp ol' Ihe most pi i Kelly fi. rul ed unlaiulu, luriif uml handoiiip, naluriilly slronKalall the vital points, stand on the very I.i hL nl HiiiIih and is a liidlir,' m ooiiloriniitlon . lock will muki'the season al my lauu three miles south oi Nanoleon. Terms: till lo liiBitre a livinir coll. Mures parted with or removed from Ihe neighborhood, noney dueatuiie.p: cmtt responsible lor pay ment. Oreat cure liikn lo prevent trnideiits, but will no' lie refill. null. le ml. .111.1 nnv orear sprier ' JOHN It MalJKY. ISMY! WII.I, keep lor aervirc Uurlnic Ihs JIl season ol' IH'.M at Sllverdule lailii, 5551 S miles miutn oi l.exlii)ilon on Coluin- (Tfll Iiiih roud at lll lo Inniire mare In loal, 1 monev due when lael is abi-erlame I or mare parted with. Is MY is a roal bli.ek ! roheron slall'on. U years old. III H ham a ImkIi.wi ikIm l.bsi pollinln, heavy bone, Ilue elyle and action aud a sure breeder. Will, uIho, stand at same nlare and on ssme terms, their line youim Crown rrince l.'ck. TIPPECANOE! J liesnrlplion and I'edmree: ll'ack with while iioinlH. lil. hauils IllSh 52. loaled Oetoher 2'J. M. wlj-ed by Henry Ward . ei-.lu r j )nt dulll lli"t.r, hv Klue.k Hawk; 'inil dnin Ni Ille l,iey p L.uril W..lllnirlfiii llenrv VViiril Iteeclier WSii by Clown i'rlune Ihe Si.rjind, and his diipi by II in 1'oii.r lllack Hank hy Dudley Trihb e s Ul-;k llnwk, lie by Jim 1'orler. and Kiel lie (,rev, Tippecanoe's Krand 'litui " '"" "r luin ol liaisy, who piodiired Joe lllackbiirn uml llritnnliu, who sold lor eaoh at Levi Hill. l.le's eiili-, in l.lui'oln county. Kentucky. November ft. lx. Cown Trince Ihe h.conil wu- hv imported Crown l'i ince.lroin Catiilonia, in .spiiin Kile care luken, bin will not here spi.nsihle lor accidents or cscsp'-s. rasliirttKe liirniHheil ul reaHouuhle rules .,. , nprl'.ltt .SII.VKU ft Al'I.I.. Tie Iii.portetl Draft Stallion. LORD HADDO, Itegistored No. 584 'IMIIX pure bred and Hibi.uIiiss :iyies J dale I ii all Slullion will llliiku tl.c JJT nrexeiil seai.011 al the Inru ol William (PjYl II. ItiilriM, shout hull way helweiii ' Aullvllle ai.il Cuiironlia. lu color he is dura biy, compactly hunt, ol siilendid iiclion. line Myle and evervlhlns: thai i.,,nmliliili s a lliBt-chiMS, hlKh bred drull sla lion. Is a hiill'Pr.tllier lo Ihe (Jiuia Ian 2-vesr-old tha' too'c Hi Hi preui'iiiui uj lhei;inl 'nisi r-xpiiBlliou I'lulu lelphiu. In Ik.i.. aud oo,)Hiil.:red by horae lui'ii f.iinlliar W illi Ins slock lolol toe In al liimlly ol iirult horaea in eniMli nce. ThltMSt-To n.-iir.', IH. ilm- when mare la known to I e iu foul, ii I piiurr Wl'l be lur nl. he. I irie of rhaiie lo males Irmil a di.nuice. and BiH-ciiil cure taken lo prevent seci.lenis or em lilies, hill will not be re-pnllBihle Bhollld any ocenr. We propose lo oll'-r a premium ol l" lor Hi. i hi al coll, fi lor Hie secoml. ! lur Ihe llllfd.' -.-.: IC KK v t. i.--r- No . ihl. rir-l sire n. I I .ml ll.i.l.lo :in;i. it til'l Wall '.Ml, .(I l.irll.il I :ili, 4ih I Ivde-d.ile Tom ... ..Hi K.irmei 'b r'anev '-".in Klrst duin .le-B hv C inohie IIU7. -i't l.oeheml t lui n ooiis I I i.ii.ii 7 W. Illi I'riiie.e mil Bib Itov il I Inn I.e 7ii, 1Mb HierliiiK-alilre I hsnipion sao. 7ih Yi iiiik Cltde 1)411. .r.'iitl 111U;.V-S ft aluCLUItfe.. Si CsMUl' Specialty of the Dlaeaaea or the NOSK. Specialty or the Diseases or the CHEST. Bpeclalty or the Diseases or the EYE Specialty or tho Diseases or WOMEN. Specialty of the Dlaeaaea or CHILDREN . Of f ICE PRACTICE ONLY. p. in., ami 7 lo 9 p. in. Most Complete Stock that was this Market! J. W. HARRISON & CO , HI GO INS VI LLE, MO. PROF. WILKES! Trial 3 mlnules; Nun ol Ashlsnd Wilkes. ;2.M Hon ol lie. I Wilkes, 'i:40; non ol l.eorre vv uses, 1st dsiu I'sradine, trial 3 minutes; DaiiKhler or Al. West, ;4il, son or Almonl. rim IM is by Isr the cheiiM'at horse lu the cotinly 1 ut price sokeil I5 to insure taking; Ins breeding1, size, formation, stamina, family and iierlorii.anc.es into consideration. He is lull bio ber to I'rea. Wilkes. 2:SM. on sire side. Ills (Ihui Is hsll sinter lo Caltha llohinnon an sire aide. It loud bay, 16 bands 3 Inches hiuh;weiKhl i.i.ki tmunns. jimi.-n W11.1.IM, snrl:iir 5 miles north of i;order. Mo. The Fine All Purpose Stallion, PRINCE! WII.I. make thsaesson of IH1MI at my stable. eiKhl miles southwest of 1-xtiin Ion, al tU to Insure a living oolt, money due ss soon aa ihe coil alands and sucks, the rume soul or re moved from the neighborhood. I'KINI K is a bestitilul dsrk Krav, ft years old this spring, IBS hands high and goes sli the fails. He was sired by the well-known slul inn. Old Msrnha! Ney, ami is out ol a I brood mare He Is of a very gentle disposition ami wrks with the ft steal satisfaction under the saddle or In harness I'ssluratfe lor mares at a reasonable price. Care taken to prevent accidents, but no reBpoo s hillty will be assumed by me should any occur. Jr!- LOU 18 ANDMtSON. The Fine All Purpose Stallion, KENTUCKY MESSENGER WILL make Ihe season of IH1I0 st K T. Thorp's stable. 2 miles north ol Greenlon.on the Odessa and Wellington road, at till to int ure a mare in mat, money Hue as soon as the I'acl ia ascertained, mare traded or removed Iroin the neighborhood. A lien retained upon ihe colt lor s. rvice money. Keuluekv Me-senger wsh fnsled in Lexington, Ky., In IKH'i, and was shipped Irom there to Kansas City in 1S87 by J. T. Nutler, and made his llrsl season st Hsrrisonvtlle, Mo He is a la'UUlHul cheslnut sorie'. III hands high, grand carriage and stvle, Willi line blood uclion, a good even temper, and comes Irom a isimly noted lor producing laxt trotters and high priced roadsters hired hy Vldelle, dam by Eclip.e, 'on or liuis Jordan, Vldette by V index, lt .Lull by Whip, 'id dam by Uallst'n. 3rd dam hy li d Tiger. Vindex by lliooil's lllack Hawk, 1-1 dam by Memhrlno Chief, 2d Uatn by Downing 'h ll.iy Messenger. 11 will thus he seen' Irom Ihe above pedigiee that Kentucky Messenger oomes from ihe very best trotting- strains fn llie'wo, lil Membrino Chlel, Meiseuger.liiack Hawk and Kelipae Membrinq Chlel was the sire of Mem brino I'aichen, who was the sire of aa manv winning trotters as any horse In Kentucky, lliooil's Cliiel. by HIiK.d'i. lllick Hawk, wss Ihe sire ol Kannie Kolnnsn, i:ams alsoo dam of lilackwoud, Jr.. or Almoin, Jr , Von Annun, i:H and grsu.l dsiu of Proline. 2:18. 1'usiuiage lurniahed ut reasonable rales. Care takrn lo prevent accidents and earttprs, but will not hn reapouaible should any oe.cur. ai.rlj r 1 IIIIIlP KWINi; The Celebrated and Host Excellent Stallion, FLEETWOOD Airil.L Mi ) MM al i 95 lo niBUte MAKK THE KKA80N OK ASON OK as, Corder, s, h foal, eJO ff'l vhen n are 1 'I ll V lalin, uesr Cord lo inauie mure lo be with v the aesuuii, inoiiey hub wi Is known lo tie Willi foal, or purled with. H.KtTWOOH is a brown horse, with star, one wiiio ankle, D-yesr-olil, weighs 1,'JHJ pounds, is II hands high, shows Quest of style and speed snd Is kind m disposition; uny one oan drive him. At Ihe same place Hie Hue All-I'urpoae Cleve land Hay ENGLISH GLORY, Will make the leasou at l.1 lo insure, $111 by Ihe season. Al Ihe same place the elegant Saddle Slullion. liJINKOltA ! I'ormerlv owned liv KrankHtewart.nl' l.eiiuir- l.in. will iniite tie ai sson at lri to insure, MI by Ihe seuBiin KINiOllA ih Ii years old Ihla spring, a neuu tiltil nlark, IA haius Ingh, with line inane and tail, goml st lu and action. '1 he celebrated .luck KENTUCKY MAMMOTH ! W.U make thesesaon ai ftl'ito insure, IUli IhusesBon Kentucky Mum luoili is a ho'k Ja.'k. louleil in Hie Bpf iiigol M:i l!9 hands hi(h, of heavy hone, good style -ami aplloti. Also, ut Hie same time and place and r.n Ihe name lei ma, the uelebrsll'd Jiptk lZluI ! Sired liy Kennedy's premium Jsek, called luo.lio. Kli is agiuy Jack, .r eira old, 14 i liiiu.U high. He is a sure lo il geller and was an nr. lid tli llrsl piemium a. a lienl breeder al the l.aiiieite l ouiity ralr, IH'i For pedigree aud luriher lulormsllon apply lo CUAULKS LIKSK aprlV Corder, Mo. Tho Fino Harness Stallion DICK WEST, W -..m I a,n.l,l.. V h.ll. 4 ML a t 1 It I. L' 'I lib' DMLkli kl'l' 1 1 oil) L xinjliHi,-M I lit Wiuniir-r-jT' liuric roud, nl M to niMitc, zBli DlillH'V !i:t HO hiHI UH tllf tHC.t H lU UHr.iTtHiiit-iI, linirt' i r ivtmr. t tl lion Hm ImmIiWoi Ii il tir' I ilk I'll to it Vs'itl ari-nlriilrt, lull no ll'ittllltV. 1I(.K V I ih a coiil liiui'k, hi hiinl- uml I inch IiiIi, "I line hlylt tux) iiiitioii II" wuh Hln-I lv i otilitinltT'i Mi inui 1110. iIhhi h hii i te nor rouil in !(, tiy AiMiitiuiii, liroiiyhi iroin Knlur.ky by Hurry .ilniore ix.reHlv lor a brood iiiHre uml i-.oiiltl trot or nek n mil in tlm-e iinnnifH nr.nirJ K. W . KfchNK The Native EiiHhIi Draft Noriuan Stallion, VOLCIAN 2d ! riniK AltOVK .s i a I, LION 1 will inula tlitt Ht'UMon i IH'.NI Hi IIIV Hlul'lf, tWO lllilfH fi.nl ul lhivr. on the Wuverly roiol Itri'i'ilniK vihI lCM'.rilion Ulr.iun i'l, hreil by I H. iM'iiowi lh, him) omi t by jiicoli Uotitl-'H, ol l.oK11" county , III. Il' uu niriMl by Imp. Normiin Volcimi. wvihi .iNtt ioiiiitr; luin, WriKht 1,7'X) ponnor4( Ity Imp Kn IihIi Shin Jtlurk rrliiti"; K'"1' 'Ihiii by lnioiliil KdkIihIi Shire l II. Volciin2l wuHl'ottU-d liini'i ImmI. Ih a bcmi 1 1 ful IiIoimI iniy, Willi blui'k polniH. hi MjiioIh lifKb. wi-lkflit I.CrtN imhhmIh, Hhortbiirk, lorky biulil. ht'uvy boil-, k,mm tti'tloit, IiihL Htir.li u liorm iih is rt pnr l lor farm or iimrL I. TKKM.S: $H lo liiMiin. liiHiiruncv moni'f tint March I, iKil. or wlifii man ih parU'4 wllh. Cup' will bo I it kn io prevent acchlentH, bill uo ri'HionHlbilily unHUineti. ttiiriiii I. A. .IKrFKIKH. The Well-Known Saddle Stallion, VENDALE DENMARK, WILL make Ihe present sea son ol Ikini ut our stable near I'rsirie diurcu Tciiiix lil lo lin-iirea living' coll. lieecrlnlion and redigree Venilule Dm in ink is a besiilil'ul blood hay, Hi hands high, mid weighs 1,'iiMI poiinda He wai sired by T, II Price's Ih'iimurk. he by Huniier lienmark, lit dsiu Ii v Mcllouslds. ti dam ny ll.iltler, :. dam by llulord's Alexander, 4 1 1, dam hy MarBhaii's Mobcb, he by imported Sir II my. A h dam hy old Union. (I'll by imporled llah-ter ilam Jen. nle I.i n. I, hv Viinditl, grand d im hy Uray Kagte, gre it grand diim by I n kBhirr, g. g. grand Hum by u GlelM'Oe horse, Vsnilul was by Imported Ulencoe, and was one ol the best racers ol bis limes. He is a sure loul getter and given up by Judges to he Ihe best all purpose home in Lilay tie county. Ileal of care will be luken lo pre vent accident, lull will nol be lespunailile should any occur. Also, ut Ihe same place the splendid Jack, UltANT. will make Ihe S'ssou. He is a black, with mealy nose, about I hands high, 'heavy built, line action, very vigorous snd a proved sure loal getter. He will he allowed lu serve mares at I0 to insure living colts i;iuln of live mures locilher horse or Jack will be served at S Tor living colts. A. I'. YOU KM, nn-h-iomj ,1. HltAOI.EY. The Splendid Craft Stallion GEORGE TODD, WILL make the season of IMMI at my lurm, one mlleeiiBt nl' the brick schoolhoiiae.on Ihe Salt Pond road, on Ihe Widow t'airon lurm. aljoin it miles east nl Lexington, at B to insure a n.are in loal money due as soon as Ihe ficl is ascertained .the mare sold or removed Irom the neighborhood. A lien hy law is reisined uiHin the colt lor ser vice mnrey. whether In hunda ol original owner or a purchaser. OKulIch IODII was sired by Louis Napoleon sad he hv Imporled Louis Napoleon. His dam was by Hill's Medley out or a untie Arthur mare. Care luken to prevent accident , but no re Bpomiihility should any occur. Pasturage lor mares Irom a distance at leasonsble rales. LLSO will stand at Ihe same place, at same price and terms, the line young Jack, CONFII) I ITS iJlZ, four yean old this spring, fourteen lunula high, dark brown color, good style and action, ami a quick per lormer. apifttr li. W. KKYNOI.ii.H. The Flue Saddle Stallion CADMUS ! rpilK WKI.L-KNOWNSADDI.K X 'stallion that has paced in 'i:iWt itsd gets saddle colts Iroin uy mare, and goes nil the gulls and Is one ol' ihe heat running walkers on enrlh will muke the season or ISIni si my iarin 2H miles southesst of Mayvlew, on the Wair. nl.nrg road. at$lu lorn living colt, money due when coll comes, msre uarled wllh or reiuot ed A Hen on all clis will be retained lor service money. 1,'ure taken lo prevent acci dents nr eacupes, but no risponsihilily should any occur. Also, the Trolling lired Hiallion, TOM L., SKAL brown (no white). 111 liainlH, sired by Harbinger. 1st dum by lloiu Pedro. TOM L. is a grand horse nidi, i.limlly and Is lluely bred. Come and examine pedigree. He will stand al $ir, on same terms us Cadmus. k I.SO. three line Jacss, U. 1.1 and ii. niree line jucks, h. i.i and I 5. hunda high, all coul blin k 'JVrs rmtp point and mealy noses, the T1 I i) he ii.iind evervway you lake kUl I Plesse come al once and see Ihein aud I ! with w best to III em will sitrpi ise you and only till lor a living roll Is sakeil.oii same terms us Cadeiuus. Mood gnus and Ilue water at low rales. Come and see lor votirnell. Bin. Ml T. I. NOKKLKKI'. The Imported Draft Stallion, LORD EDGERTOM ! ! THIS MUANI) DKAKT STALLION, HAVING Just been ptircha-ied Irnm his importer. Judge J. l liooilpaaiure, of Nashville, Tenn . will ,tand the pneinl sea-on al Higglnsville Kair Urotinds, at $10 the season or $lii to insure. LOKI KIHiKHTON took lat premium ss a yearling iu lst. 1st in l.-vii. and 'id in IrtSn over all iiges and hrteda ol dr ill horsea al Altering hum. near Muncliesler. Knghmd His sire, I'headle's Jumbo. In ls.11 lat pi lie over all ages in Chesier nounly. Kngland. also, asiue year, 2d pn.u at Manchester Hqd Liverpool. In IhmI be ti"k six 1st prizes in England, Includ ing the champion prize ul Manchester and Liverpool oyer all draft horses. Jolly, Lord Kdgerton's dam, won three lit priz.-s unit one 2d prize at Manchester and Al teriiighuMi over all brood mures in 1HMI and INH7. The breederB of L:tryeile county I ave an oppor'unily never lielore oil -red llienl. An Im porled prize winner over all draft breeds and win se sire and ilam were also noted prize win ners in Kngland. the home of thv drul horses. L P. h'NOIILK. H'gginsville 1'air Mrcumls. I" S I sm, li, prepared lo breuk and handle a lew colli lor speed. utiirmiJ L. p. K The Fino Norman Stallion 1 R, J. 1ST 1 v, WILL MAKK THK .SEASON ol luwi at our alulile. six miles soii'h ol' Lexington, on the Columbus load, on the Tol l.l'ave firm, ut the low uriee ..I s lo in.-ure a living coll, mom v due es aa me coir aianiis up ami aui'Ks, n ttrc soi. or re inovd Irom the neiglihoiliood, or $ii for the aitaaon, more)' due at Hie end ol the season A lien, by law. is retained on the coll lor service money, wi eiln r Ihe eolt Is in the I. an. Id ol llrsi owm r or u piirehiifer. I-I'. I l. . II i-.K : HI AMv n- a hauds irie N,ir msii. II vara old li;, hnniU high a nl weighs I, .'am pi.unds. He was Bired In- linin.rt.d Ho'lghtlliSKea. lllip .rle.l bv WeHtlall. Mi.ur.. . Co . id Macomb, ilia , il nn l,y ..m- tin lea, and he by lllii oilrd Louiii Napoleon. A .SO,A THK SAMK I'LAt K. I I1KK .Splendid lll.ipk Jin.k, jFI. 0 M I i o 1 1 ;, will he n lin'lle.l lu nerve mures ul the sunn price lino lerina m Un Iuh h... Coinpr ae la u black, with mealy no-e and belly, seven yi an ion, n.iiii'iii ii in. ii n gn, liiavy liui.'t, veiy vigoroua and a sure lo.l getter He waa sired by Compromiae, ,'r., wa sold loi el.MHi when a two-esr-old, and he l.y I i.u..r -e. iiuporl- ed by lli lliy I lav. His dsiu wsa a II. relllia .. li,n I, by un Impoiled Spaui-.li Jack, hn.uglit liere from icutui-j.v- l aie luken lo pri .ent 1. 1. Ilia, i,t p,, re H .11-. 1 1 1 1 I y ah. il. I u II V oee.ui Pasturage for inarea liiriil.lie.l : l pel mouth. upiTill SIIIKIt A i.ultll. t Oil IIF.NT. 'IIIW store room -ni Kranklin Avenue, which I. ha been occupied liv Mr. Albert I ooiili-., lately deceased, is lor rent Kxi-elleut locut'on lor good grocery store. Apoly to the imiht. leblMt T. T. biKA.Ml.hb. The Fine All Purpose Stallion, HONEST TOM!! UriLL MAKK THK SBASON ol Im'.mi, ul my htulile, three miles southesBl ol Wellington, on what is known as the Tom Lee Iarin. at $10 l. liiBllle a inure in loul.inoiiev due as soon us the lact is aacerlaiued, the mm. sold or moved Irom Ihe nenrlib.irhood. A premium ol $111 will lis given lor Ihe best coll uud ." lor Ihe B..OH.I beat, the get ol this horse, lo be awuriled at Hie HiKKinsville lair in IH'.KJ, and Hie aame lor Ibis yeai's get. Care taken to pre vent nccl lents. but no responBiliillty asrllllied IIONKsl HIM is u beuulllul bay, nine years old. weighs about l.lntl. Ik a hull-blood English Iran mid hall Cleveland llay. nnd is one ol Ihe Ulieal liorais III l.ulayrltc eollntv apt 6' I J. llMWKLOCK LINWOOD LAWN FARM ! ! WILKOMONT 2734. Almout Pilot ITnot. Jr. vvaiuia, jBy Bdwln jforreit (Iterkley's) Itepreseiiting the union of the Almonl ami Ueo. Wilkes branches ol ihe Huliihleionisn family i n a foundatluii repreaenting the Mainlirluo Cbiel. Pilot, Jr , aud Clay I ami Ilea, which in cludes s vary luige part of all the horses that hava records of B;.')Q or better, win stand at i.iowood l.uuu r ai in. Lexington. Mo., lor Ihe season of Iniill. 'J eruia :u Ihe season or 'M lo insure. ALMONT PILOT, Jr. Record 3;40w. Trial 2:30. Sired by Almonl Pilot 7iH, 1st dam Anna John son, hy Marmaduke MibS. -M dam patty iiulord, by lied kagle, :i. dam by Lillle Arthur, will serve a few approved ni irrs al .IU the season ol .rS) to Inhtirr. Ad reaa Dr. K. D. OATMAN. Manager. inchHtf Lexington Mo. Tha Imported Cleynland Bay Btallion. BAY SPLENDOR 408 IX 7 ILL make Ihe present f f season st U1V stable itiree milis southesBt of Lexiiigion, on the Wsr leiiahurg rosd, al $!U to insure a mare in loal. money due as soon ss ihe lact la asoertained. mare traded or removed from the neighborhood, t are taken t prevent accidents, but do respon sibility should any occur. This Imported Cleveland Bay Stal'lon ia u dark mahogany bay: heighth HiV hands; weight I4.VI pounds, loaled June loth, IhhU; bred by William Harrison Waitwiln. Uiehmond, Kng iund; imported lu 183 by Ueorge K. Ilrown A t;o., Aurora, llllniiis. Hire Dntlsh Hplendor, lit dam by Mr. Iieunis' Kopster liJ; 2d dam by Mr. Thoiuss' lloaeberry. Itrltisb Kplendor. Ihe noted coach torse who Wss sold lor jt.ioo in Kngland lo go to Illinois, was by iiarlsonio, (sold to the King- of Italy for .'100,) by Lord Cardigan, bv Cardinal, (who gained Ilm head prixeat Leeds, open lo ail Kngland, heating 15 others; also winning several other prizes. Ills dutu gained 44 prizes.) HAY MI'l.hNDOH baaslzeenongb for all pur poses and sivie enough lor a gentleman'! coach lo Central Park, with a musculsr development and ease of movement dsn. ting grvt endur ance. Has never been trained, but Ills sire could do un easy three minute gait. He wss bred in Yorkshire, England, and is a direct descendant on both (ides from a capital breed of Cleveland Hays and they, being very strong blooded , impress Ihelr characteristics unilor nitty ol color, size and lorm on their grade offspring with certainly, lie is a sure foal gel ler and his colts sell for high prices. A Vine Jock will also make tbe season al the same place at (hi lo litsuret terms same as above. 1 '1 he season will be given to tbe owner ol mare producing tne best colt ncli-aur KKANK C. HTKWART. PRINCE. This Norman Stallion, WeiKliHiK about 1750 pouoUft, will make the net. sou of lHw at the very low price ol $12 li innuir umiv in luni, money ci, iiiiir iuiiru wnu urrrrauvs ii I IVi.iii Ihn m iutiliirhi-inil u r... - .liii- July 1 . irtiKi. u lor Ihe leap, due at time ol service. 1'r.nce is a beautiful iron grsy, W hands high, will be live years old August 17. IH Ml. He whs slied by Imporled Uendaruel No :n;i; he bv Kuiperor, No. 3otl; be by Napoleon HI, No fit"!. 8ULTAN Is a beautiful dapple gray. 111 hands high, weighs 170(1 iinumU. seven r. old Msrcii'.'O. 18U0; was In p irted Irom France In ISh5 Sullan la regletcnd iu Ihe 4'h volume of the P. r. lirron Stuil Hook or America, page 510. No. 4M4 ISulluii will serve icares at $7 fid ioe leap, ein me season. ! in insure mare with loal. Same conditions ss lor Prince, T A CHE A TJ was sired hy piince Napoleon, import' d by Virgin Jt llrowu, of Kareherry, Living ton county, Illinois, lie will serve mares at 7 501 lie leap, tin tbe season, and SI. to insure a mare in foal. Same conditions as lo? 1'r.nce and Hultuu. PIEBAS is a lull bio d Noriimn, j. t black, IT bands high, snd nelglm HMO pounds, lour years old May I, IM'.m He was rind by Upper nine HID, Imported hy Dillon llros.; dsiu by Odinet, No. Ii-i Pieras will serve mares at $15 lo insure with foal, same conditions as lor Prince, Sullun and Tachcait. Prince, Hi.ltan and Tuchesii will make the season or Is'.hi at the barn opposite the depot, Odessa, Lalutette county, sjo. Pieras will make the season at James A. Moore's farm, IH miles north of Pink Hill, Jackson county. Mo. Care luken to prevent accidents, but will not be reapouaible nhoiild uny occur. A Hen will he held upon colt lor service or horse. mchiaif Mi HUltNKY & TALI AKKitKO. The Standard-Brod Trotting Stal lions. VIEWMOST 1 11 1, CONFLICT DAVE WALLACE 8051, WILL make Ihe season of IMK)t Viewland. M mile northeast ol II ATKS CITY, Lsfsvette eouniv, Mo. VIEWMONI IS a blood bav li... aihiu.i n hands hifh, wtighl 1.2.HI pounds, foaled April, . ".' oj. miiioui i-iioi io.i, is i re oi Kose Mii.nl i an, thai sold to a gentleman or Frank fort, ticriminy, for $t,stH). and .Haffgle M m,in i:Hi son of Hie grest Almonia.1. feco'-d i:A'. (sire of Fannie Wltherspoon 2:l6li, Pieiinioi I i-.llk. heitmont 2. 13k. and ihiriv others with records of i:.Kior belter), son ol Alexambr's Al.ilall-.li ft record 2:42 (sire of Uoldntnilh'h Maid t; anil live nthers In the '4:8(1 list); he by Hambletonian Id (sire of Oexttr 2;lUaiid forty others with records ol 2::IU or inner): Almoin I'lloi a Ut dum is Lucille, by Alexander's A.i.lall .h 15. M dam by Pilot. Jr., l.'lHireoi nine in ili 2: hat and sire ol the dams ol Maud S. i:t.-, Jsy-Kye-See 2:10. Nut wooil 2:l' ami twenly-lhree oilier 2:3U per formers.) Vicwinont's dam is L 'dy Douglas (dam ot St Luinhert trlul o 2:3.1) by Bourbon Chlel Xttt (aire ol ( aimer aud the dams of live with rerords ol -i-.M or belter, smorg them. Plcksul 2:IH',, Allarim anil fullrrton 72:1V son of Munibrino Chief II (aire ol Lsdv Tborn i:. and seven oiliers in the 2:.'I0 list snd sire ol thedamanf Piedmont 'J:.7l, Director 8:17 and Onward 2:'.'iii ai d sixteen, others with re cords ol 2:M'.or betn r; he also sired the cams ol K.-d Wilkes, llelmont, Ac); llourlnin t hief's dam is Pit-s, by Uray Kagle, 2d dam hy -Sir Peier, 3d dam hy Hancock's Hamh'eto nuin, elo Viewmunl's grand dam. Mollte Jackaon. is by 'Isvkaon (thoroughbred), son of Union. he by Impoiled Ulencoe Yiewinonl lias size, power, "lois" ol hone and niucle and bis colts are large. Ilnu and Bpeedy , CONFLICT 7903 I- a blood bay, left ankle an. i riKtit eoionet while, behind; handa high, louleil Jmv, Isx7; sired by Ma.liid IK15 lane oi otritic s:-.i hi: aiit'irni is clearly Ihe heat bred s.,u of Ihe '-Mighty Ueorge Wilkes:" his Ualll being Mercrdea, pslaler lo Kgillonl.Bire oi u'n in ioe -:.iu naif ny llelmont Ul, 2d ilam Minerva, clam ol Nugget 2:.'IIV and Meander 2:2u sl b Pilot. Jr., 12. at dam Ita.eh nle nisiiiiirnio uy Mamiirino Chlel II, 4tlt dsiu Itai-ch .nle hy llowning's Buy Messenger, Aa. Conllii-.l'a dam n hVau clay (dam of Capon I 2:2a in ihe mud, Irlsl 2:21. sire ol Bve hnraes in 2::m lisl) hy American I lay M (aire of lour 2 :Kt perlormers and sire ol Ihe dams ol U iruelt 2; III iiui louricen others in 2:HU Hal) , his 2d dsm Is by Howning's Bay Messenger ( ire ot Jim Pot ter 2:2SSj snd l.llllo Nora ' Ihe dsm of Clark I III I, and Ihe ilums ol l.ula r . 2:2 slid olheral .'Mdiimby llulord's Cripple (aire of tbe dam ol l.izie It 2:J.IS). In I'm II. el, we have the Fashionable "Wllkea- l.iay" eio.a; sml then. Iiolh sire and nam pro dtieers of i-peedi even body aula IliU kind Conlliclis ve.-y aliapely. bright snd handsoii.e; in lact, nil there is ol in in is pill together about rigui. lie is very speedy al both Ihe pace and inn DAVK WALLACE 8061 -is a bay, while ankles l.-chlllil. atnall aliir. I.'ik IihiiiIm liivl, loaled Apnl 2:id, ln7 ; sired by I he great Sudan ini.i (-.ire oi iain'.i.iil I.", . no.ii iur :ul (Km, I A c. zar 2:2t"i anid i .r J.'i Mm l. igrange 2:2I . i.liln 2.l!i'4. hv.i '.' :.;!, . Nou.luii 2::li ai th ee j ears, .Sw. i Iheart 2:22 s al three j eais Kun el 2:',. at three vests, and s'veiul others in the 2MO l-il) No wonder Ihe .Sultana are al'llmg so high: then lo think a two yen-old, grand miu, al -' I ,iMai mid a tiny, ol i.aiu. sge, s grand ds giiter, si flu, ism. 'I heae ai-n- sale,: -'no pegging " Have Vallaei''a dam ia Mias Steiner (:rlal lo waon 2 i:l) i-y Mainlirluo Palehen rsi. ihe gn at aireot Inood iiiarea.iiwn hioilier lo Lady Thorn 2:lsi, t-ire ol I in ..Ion 2:Jii. hu ie .M .i I li-l iii 2:2.1 an.i twelve other 2:;o perlnritiera ami the aiie ol the ilaioa ol miv Willi.. 2:l.,, Aatiul 2:1s, ' Ito-a Wilkea 2 Is',, II iron Wdkea 2:1m, K'ira 2:I-.S, I Icon '- Hourl 2:l'.i', and 111 een one rt w iih r fo rd a 2 ;I0 or heller; his sons, have sued Ihli l -eight 2::tu or betiir irdteis) I Have Walliiee'a gran I ilam i.i Lady Janes tiy llialouu (II..WIO in' ) He is a very humlaoiiie coll; in lael I think him the mott haiidsoiite lion inu eolt ! everxaw, both in snd out ol har ness i I I'.KMS: To nihure a mure in foal ; V n wmoi-t H:i I oiilln l v ill, Have Wsllae.e HI I hale lo loung alallion-. by Viewmoiit, ilu' I will a low to . ni' i.t III lo insure. Paiins, not kn .uii lobe r.,inllil.,, inllat make ssllhlac torv lirrangellielllB helole breeding i'aiurage pi r inoinii ; eed extra. I w id not he lesiHinsihle should any aci'iitenta or i M'aiiea occur. uicli2'.iil UKOKiib; W. BATES TRUsTEC'N SAKK. WHKKKAti c. P. Kobertson snd Frances K. Uoberiaon, bis wife, by their deed of trust dated the 22. 1 day of liecemlier, 1888 and re coided on ihe IHlh day ol July, IsnS, io the olliee of Ihe recorder of deeds, of Lalayetle on nly. Missouri, in book number 88, at page 420, did convey to one James Pe.luioord, aa trustee, tho lollowing described real estate sil u.ile.l iu the County of Lalayette and itrle ol Missouri, lo-wili Ail of the. northwest quarter of the northwest quarter ot seciion number twenty-one (21), township number fonv-nlBs (4!l). ol range number twenty-seven (27). and containing lo;ly (4(1) acres, more or less, lo trust lo secura the paymeut ei tbe promissory nole of said Q. P. liobrrtsou, in said deed of I rat desrribid. with interest thereon t and. whereas, delaull has been made in tbe payment ol said nole and intsiest; and, whereas, it (al provided ill said deed or trust, that in case of the diath, inability or relueal lo aot, or absence ol tbe said trustee, the llieo acting sheriff of Lataielte county, Missouri, shall al tbe request ol Ihe legal holder of Ihe said note, become his successor with sll the powers of said trustee! aud. whereas, tne ssi.i James PeUdicord baa reluaed to ar.i as Mich trualee. now. ll.sreior. I. Ilia, lea H Mllchell. .hi ViiT oi '7 l(2?Jttl county. Missouri, in accordance with the terms sud provisions or ssid deed of trust, and at tha requestor Ihe legal bolder snd owner ol said note, will proceed lo sell the property herein, betore .lecrll.ed. at public vendue, li be fcT.8. est bid. er. st the north Ironl door of the court, house, in the oily ol Lelug.ou, Lfyeih . ty, Missouri, lor casta, on " SATCHOAY, HAY Slat, ldfsl. between the bou I of nine o'clock loth. for. rnue'ie-staudlh-e ext'' g'.".,"4 CHAKLKHS SiriCiiKLL, Khans J ir...u. ."u i rustee. M.-umri. ' urry, ft,B8M Ulf. Ixington, Mo.. April 23d. 1890 anrMM FARMERS, ATTENTION I (.'OSTOH KID BOOTS & 8HOE8 WEJV, MDICH AND ( HIIDRE.-s - roa CHEAP FOR CAHH ! D.STALLINC'S. Ctrierrrukliiuj Uirel Streeb; MARbLE-:-AND-;-GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEAO STONES TOMIS VAULTS, At rywca '"S BDKIAL G ROD MPS, WU. II. STEVENS0I1 HSADqpSRTKSS SON HARDWARE, CUTLERV, GUNS 4HP AMM tT N lTIQIV, lias just rc-ived a full line ot i Builders' Mterial.Steel Ctf ods IN WHICIfI CAN Of FK YOU tjl'KCIAL BAKp)AlN. 1 ALSO lIAi'K A FULL LINK or Ca'penters' Tools, Garden Tools. Miners' Tools, ni.ArKa.Tiiriis uvevt.tun, M'vmeH, tec, ice. Hive me a Call mm He mr and let my prleee. Renpectrullf, W. H. STEVENSON HENRY M. STANLEY "IN DARKEST AFRICA' The complete rtory of Stanley's recent thrllttas ad ventures and the disclosure of his important dis coveries wll'. opiienr for Ihe Drat time in the work written tiy lilniaeir, entitled "In Dartutt Africa " III two volumes, profusely Illustrated, price f 3.75 per volttuije. Do not be deceived by any Of the so-culled " Stnnley books " now being offered as " genuine " ar.d " fiulhemic." Tonoooeof these iuu Stanley contrtbnts-U a line PCRITP -Tb-i iotk will bo sold by snbscrlp. KuLlHO. lionicnly. We are now ready to appoint canvasaera. Applicants r bou Id stale expert, encc. itenembtr that f'lanley'a owa fcootTt the only one In which he hss a personal interest. Still bear on the titlo puge Ilm Unprlut oj - Charles Scribncr's Sons Apply lo S. J1NUH 4 o. )OI Olive St,, fct. .eala. solsAiienis lor tlWaonrl snil Mouther llllnuia. VTIHT1T Take a aeleee me nasi oa tbe LAU TiUsN "aI.VJZX bottom. If tbe dealer cannot supply too end direct to factory, enclosing aaverueesl pnoe. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE CENTLEMKN.1 Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Urala and Creed moor Waterproof, i IlMt In the swlit. V.n.lnn 1,1a 2"M "RNI7INR IIANDM Wlll HBOU. J.Mtt IlANII-SKtVKII IVH.T SMOV.. -71, 3-5! :t-'JAN,, FAKMeHH't-Ho? .0 EXTRA VHIK I-AI K hllOp. e A mt WOltKIMlMlX'S SHOE, 3. ,iai anii mi. in iiiiin' m ihhii, suuca, All mads In Connress, Buttuu aud Lacs. . $3&$2 SHOES LAOaSt. 1.75 SHOE FOR MISSK8. -Best Material Best Style. Beet FltHaC W. L. Uouslaa. Brockton, Mass. Sold of, . MOU.TJQY & IRELAND I'eiiJ-i'.m-nn ALL THIS for SI. 50 All I OA Crim Fpsmstwass, ttl.m. 1. " i al u v A - " y urei I Wtm WUfWJ . Keyiton Culinarw Ruiup mA . .... r... w umnd oihar tliiric-.i A SO Cmh JLIl PAINE. DIEHL & CO.. PHILAD'A. Pa 8 i BJMSlr. 3 r j i