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'riifti JEXlNGTON OSTT K LIGhE NCBK, S A.T UJRJD MAY 24, 180O.
Official our and Canty Paper. LABOR'S STRIFE. Dr. Talmatre on the Oonfllot Be tween Labor and OapitaL Human Wisdom Unable to Settle tha Cow troTaray-Chrlatlnnlty Can-Strike Ma Solution The Real Way to Incur 1'eaoe and Prosperity. Ph a late sormon at Brooklyn Rey. T. DeWltt Tahnafro preached on "The Old Fight to b Settled," from the text: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do you even ao to them." Matthew, vlL 12. Following U the ermon: Two hundred and fifty thousand la borer In Hyde Park, London, and the streets of American and European cities filled with processions of workmen carry ing banners, brings the subject of labor and capital to the front That all this was done in peace and that as a result In many places arbitration has taken place is a hopeful sign. The greatest war the world has ever 6n Is between capital and labor. The strife Is not like that which in history Is called the Thirty Years' War, for It Is a war of centuries. It Js a war of the five continents, It is a war hemispheric. The middle classes of this country, upon whom the Nation has depended for hold ing the balance of power and for acting as mediators between the two extremes, are diminishing, and if things go on at the same ratio as they have been for the last twenty years been going on. It will not be long before there will be no middle class in this country, but all will be rery rich or very poor, princes or palaoes or paupers, aid the whole eoun try will be given up to palaoes and hovels. The antagonistic forces have again and again closed In upon each other. You may pooh-pooh It; you may say that this trouble, like an angry child, will cry Itself to sleep; you may belittle It by calling It FourierUm, or Socialism, or St. Simonlsm, or Nihilism, or Com munism, but that will not hinder the fact that it is the mightiest, the dark est, the most terriflo threat of this cen tury. Most of the attempts at pacifica tion have been dead failures, and monopoly is more arrogant, and the trades unions more bitter. "Give us more wages," cry the employes. "You shall have less," say the capitalists. "Compel us to do fewer hours of toil in a day." "You shall toll more hours," say the others. "Then under certain conditions we will not work at all," say these. ."Then you shall starve," say those, and the workmen gradually using up that which they accumulated in bet ter times, unless there be some radical change, we shall have soon in this oountry 8,000,000 hungry men and women. Now, 8,000,000 hungry people can not be kept quiet. All the enact ments of Legislatures and all the con stabularies of tho cities, and all the army and navy of the United States can not keep 8,000,000 hungry people quiet. What then? Will this war be tween capital and labor be settled by human wisdom? Never. The brow of . the one becomes more rigid, the fist of the other more clinched. But that which human wis dom can not achieve will be accom plished by Christianity, If it be given full sway. You have heard of medi cines so powerful that one drop would stop a disease and restore a patient, and I have to tell you that one drop of my text, properly administered, will stop all these woes of society and give con valescence and complete health to all classes. "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." I shall first show you how this con troversy between monopoly and hard work can not be stopped, and then I will how you how this controversy will be settled. In the first place there will come no pacification to this trouble through an outcry against rich men merely because they are rich. There is no laboring man on earth that would not be rich if be could be. Sometimes through a fortu nate invention, or through some acci dent of prosperity, a man who bad noth ing comes to large estate, and we see him arrogant and supercilious, and taking people by the throat Just as other people took .him by the throat. There is something very mean about human nature when It comes to the top. But it Is no more sin to be rich than It Is a sin to be poor. There are those who have gathered a great estate through fraud, and then there are millionaires who have gathered their fortunes thrdtrgV foresight in regard to changes in the markets, and through brilliant business faculty, and every dollar of their estate Is as honest as the dollar which the plumber gets for mending a pipe, or the mason gets for building a walL There are those who keep in poverty because of their own fault They might have been well off but they smoked or chewed np their earnings, or they lived beyond their means, while others on the same wages and on the same salaries went on to competency. I know a man who is all the time complaining of his poverty and crying out against rich men, while be himself keeps two dogs, and chews and smokes, and is filled to the chin with whisky and beer I And there are vast multitudes of people who are kept poor because they are the victims of their own improvidence. It is no sin to be rich, and it is no sin to be poor. I protest against this outcry which I hear against those who, through economy and self-denial and assiduity, have come to large fortunes. This bombardment of commercial success will never stop this controversy between capital and labor. Neither will the contest be settled by cynical and unsympathetic treatment of the laboring classes. There are those who speak of them as though they were only cattle or draft horses. Their nerves are nothing; tholr domestic com fort is nothing; their happiness la noth ing. They have no more sympathy for them than a hound has for a hare, or a bawk for a ben, or a tiger for a calf. When Jean Valjean, the greatest hero of Victor Hugo's writings, after a life of suffering and great endurance, goes Into incarceration and death, they olap the book shut and say: "Good for him!" Tbey stamp their feet with indignation and say just the opposite of "Save the working classes." They have all their sympathies with Shylock, and not with Antonio and Portia They are pluto crats and their feeling are infernal. Tbey are filled with irritation and irras elbllltyon this subject To stop this awful Imbroglio between capital and labor they will lift not so much as the tip end of the little finger. Neither will there be any pacification of this angry controversy through vio lence. God never blessed murder. Blow up to-morrow Mia country seats on the banks of the Hudson, and all the fine houses on Madison Square and Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Hill and Rit ten house Square and Beacon street, and all the bricks and timber and stone will Just fall back on the bare head of Amer ican labor. The worst enemies of the working classes In the United States and Ireland are their demented coad jutors. A few years ago assassination the assassination of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Burke in Phoenix park, Dublin, Ireland, in the attempt to avenge the wrongs of Ireland only turned away from that afflicted people millions of sympathizers. The attempt to blow up the House of Commons, in London, had only tM effecj to throw ouT of employment lens of thousands of Innocent Irish people in England. In this country the torch put to the faotorles that have discharged hands for good or bad reason; obstructions on the rail track in front of midnight express trains because the offenders do not like the president of the company; strikes on shipboard the hour they were going to sail, or in printing offices the hour the paper was to go to ptess, orln mines the day the coal was to be delivered, or on house scaffoldings so the builder falls in keeping his contract all these are only a hard blow on the head of American labor and cripple its arms and lame its feet and pierce its heart. As a result of one of our great American strikes you find that the operatives lost $400,000 worth of wages and have had poorer wages ever since. Traps sprung sud denly upon employers and violence never took one knot out of the knuckle of toil or put one farthing of wages into a callous palm. Barbarism will never cure the wrongs of civilization. Mark that! Well, if this controversy betweed cap ital and labor can not be settled by hu man wisdom, it is time for us to look somewhere else for relief, and it points from my text roseate and jubilant and puts one band on the broadcloth shoul der of capital, and puts the other hand on the homespun covered shoulder of toil and says, with a voice that will grandly and gloriously settle this and settle every thing: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." That is, the lady of the household will say: "I must treat the maid in the kitchen just as I would like to be treated if I were down stairs and it were my work to wash and sweep, and it were the duty of the maid in the kitchen to preside in this parlor." The maid in the kitchen must say: "If my employer seems to be more prosperous than I that is no fault of hers; I shall not treat her as an enemy. I will have the same industry and fidelity down stairs as I would expect from my sub ordinate if I happened to be the wife of a silk importer." The owner of an iron mill having taken a dose of my text before leaving home in the morning, will go Into his foundry, and passing into what Is called the puddling-room, he will see a man there stripped to the waist and bo sweated and exhaused with the labor and the toll, and he will say to him: "Why, it seems to be very hot in here. You look very much exhausted. I hear your child is sick with scarlet fever. If you want your wages a little earlier this week, so as to pay the nurse and get the medicine, just come into my office any time." After a while crash goes the money market and there is no more demand for the articles manufactured in that iron mill, and the owner does not know what to do. He says: "Shall I stop the mill, or shall I run it on half time, or shall I out down the men's wages?" He walks the floor of his counting room all day, hardly knowing what to do. Toward evening he calls all the laborers together. They stand all around, some with arms akimbo, some with folded arms, wondering what the boss Is going to do now. The manufacturer says: "Men, busi ness Is bad; I don't make $20 where I used to make 8100. Somehow there is no demand now for what we manufact ure, or but little demand. You see I am at vast expense, and I have called you together this afternoon to see what you would advise. I don't want to shut up the mill, because that would force you out of work, and you have always been very faithful, and I like you, and you seem to like me, and the bairns must be looked after, and your wife will after awhile want a new dress. I don't know what to do." There is a dead halt for a minute or two, and then one of the workmen steps out from the ranks of his fellows and says: "Boss, you have been very good to us, and when you prospered we pros pered, and now you are in a tight place, and I am sorry, and we have got to sym pathize with you. I don't know how the others feel, tut I proposo that - we take off twenty per cent from our wages, and that when the times get good you will remember us and raise them again." The workman looks around to his com rades and says: "Boys, what do you say to this? All in favor of my proposition will say aye." "Aye! ayel aye!" shout two hundred voices. "O," says some man here, "that is all Utopian, that Is apocryphal, that is im possible." No, I cut out of a paper this: "One of the pleasantest Incidents recorded in a long time is reported from Sheffield, England. The wages of the men In the iron works at Sheffield are regulated by a board of arbitration, by whose decision both masters and men are bound. For some time past the iron and steel trade has been extreme ly unprofitable, and the employers can not, without much loss, pay the wages fixed by the board, which neither em ployers nor employed have the power to change. To avoid this difficulty the workmen in one of the largest steel works in Sheffield hit upon a device as rare as it was generous. They offered to work for their employers one week without any pay whatever. How much better that plan is than a strike would be." But you go with me and I will show you not so far off as Sheffield, England factories, banking houses, store houses and costly enterprises where this Christlike injunction is kept and you could no more get the employer to prac tice an injustice on his men, or the men to conspire against the em ployer than you could get your right hand and your left hand, your right eye and your left eye, your right ear and your left ear Into physiological antagonism. Now, where Is this to begin? In our homes, In our tores, on our farms not waiting for other people to do their duty. Is there a divergence now between the parlor and the kitchen? Then there Is some thing wrong, either In the parlor or the kitchen, perhaps in both. Are the clerks In your stores irate against the firm? Then there la something wrong, either behind the counter or in the pri vate offloe, or perhaps in both. The great want of the world to-day is the fulfillment of this Christlike injunc tion, that whtch He promulgated in His sermon Olivetio. All the political econ omists under the arohivoltof the heavens in convention for a thousand years can not settle this controversy between mo nopoly and hard work, between capital and labor. "O," says some wiseacre, "talk as you will, the law of demand and supply will regulate these things until the end of time." No, It will not, unless God dies and the batteries of the judgment day are spiked, and Pluto and Proserpine, king and queen of the infernal regions, take full possession of this world. Supply and demand owns the largest mill on the earth, and all the rivers roll over their wheel, and into their hopper they put all the men, women and chil dren they can shovel out of the centuries and the blood and the bones redden the valley while the mill grinds. That diabolical law of supply and demand will yet have to stand aside, and instead thereof will come the law of love, the law of co-operation, the law of kindness, the law of sympathy, the law of Christ And now I have two words, ono to capitalists and the other to laboring men. To capitalists: Be your own execu tors. Make Investments for eternity. Do not be like some capitalists I know who walk around among their employes with a supercilious air, or drive up to the factory in a manner which seems to Indicate they are the autocrat of the universe, with the sun and the moon in their vest pockets, chiefly anxious when they go among laboring men not to be touched by the greasy or smirched hand and have their broadcloth injured. Be a Christian employer. Remember, those Who are. under your charge rg bone of your bono and flesh of your flesh, that .Tesu.s died for them and that they arn imrnortiil. Pi vide up your estates, or por tions of them, for tho relief of the world, before you leavn it. Do not go out of the world like thtu n-.un who died eight or ten years hjjo, leaving in his will 820,000,000. jet, giving how much to the Church of God? How much for the alleviation of human suffering? lie gave some money a little while before he died. That was well; but in all this will of $40,000,000, how much? One mil lion? No. Five hundred thousand'.' No. tine hundred dollars? No. Two cents? No. due cent? No. Three great cities groaning In anguish, na , tlons crying out for the bread of ever lasting lite. A man in a will giving 840,000,00(1 and not one cent to God. It is a disgrace to our i'i vilizal ion. To laboring men: I congratulate you on your prospects. I congratulate you on the fact that you' ant getting your representatives at Alhany, at Harris burg and at Washington. This will go on until you have representatives at all the headquarters, and you will have full justice. Mark that. I congratulate you also on the opportunities for your chil dren. Your children are going to have vast opportunities. I congratulate you that you have to work, and that when you are dead your children will have to work. I congratulate you also on your opportunities of information. What vast opportunities for intelli gence for you and your children ! A worklngman goes along by the show window of some great publishing house and he sees a book that costs 85. Ho says: "I wish I could have that infor mation; I wish I could raise 85 for that costly and beuutiful book." A few months pass on and ho gels tho value of that book for 50 cents in a pamphlet. There never wus such a day for the work ingmen of America as the day that is coming. Hut the greatest Friend of capitalist and toiler and tho Ono who will yet bring them together in complete accord was born one Christmas night while tho curtains of Heaven swung, stirred by the angelic Owner of all things all the continents, all tho worlds and all the islands of light; Capitalistof immensity, crossing over to our condition; coming into our world not by gate of palace, but by door of barn; spending His first night amid the shepherds; gathering after ward around Him the fishermen to be His chief attendants; with adze and saw and chisel in a carpenter shop; showing himself brother with the tradesmen; Owner of all things, yet on a hillock back of Jerusalem one day resigning every thing for others, keep ing not so much as a shekel to pny His obsequies; by charity buried in tho sub urbs of a city that had cast him out Before such a Capitalist and Carpenter all men can afford to shake hands and worship. Here is the every man's Christ None so high but Ho was higher; none so poor but Ho was poorer. At His feet the hostile extremes will yet renounce their animosities, and countenances which have glowered with the pre ud ices and revenge of centuries shall brighten with the smile of Heaven as Ho com mands: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." ST. tons AGAIN. As Effective Hero ma In California.' Vni. Win. James, a St. LouU lady, writes to Tha Edwin W. Joy Co., under date of October Cd last, ai follows: Permit me to i-k in favor of Joy's Vegetable Sartaparfllasa being one of the great out remedies in tbe world for heart troubles, nervousness, loss of appetite and general debil ity. It Is a pleasure for me to speak In favor of this wonderful medicine, for It has done so much for me. I have been a great sufferer from Ilia above troubles for a long time, and when ad vised to try Joy's Harsaparllla, I laughed at tha Idea, as I bad no confidence In any patent medi cines, but I find the California ltemedy to be all that Is said of It. Two mouths ago I was almost a total wreck and completely broken down, I began to Improve on the first bottle, and now, aftor taking three bottles, am In almost perfect health. I think for debility and nervous pros tration In women, it Is the greatest remedy I have ever seen. You mny refer others to me at tny time. Very respectfully. Mils. Wm. Jamis, No. 1M0 Lucas Place, St. Louis, Islington, Missouri. Geo. P. Rowel ft Co. publish a list ol tbe best or most widely circu lated or influential newspapers issued at important business centers throughout the oountry; lbs newspaper In each place thai gives the advertiser the most for til money. On this list. Tbe Intelligencer, werklv, is named for Lexington. "Peggy's Navy-yard," by Charles Ledysrd Norton, with four illustration, showing dif ferent iUs.es In the building and launching of a great ship, is published In a four-pore sup plement to the number of Harper's Young People, Hay 13th. William Hamilton Gib son's Illustrated article in Ibe same number will till ol tbe toad's "bagpipe" and ' the pensive witchery" of bis song. Mexico Ledger: Don't forget the poor editor when you have an item of news. It your wife lick you let us know It and we will set It right before Ibe public. If voh have company tell us, if you are not asbutued of your visitors. If a youngster arrives at your house bjy a lot of cigars sad come around, and If you are a cash subscriber we will nod a suitable name for him or her, as the circumstances may be. Aud If you bve a social gathering of your Irleuds bring around a big cake, seveu or eigbl pies sods bam not necessarily to eat, vou know, but as a guaranty of good faith. You need not bother about inviting for our warurope Is sadly out of sbspe at tbls time, which avis as a bar to our going Into society. The Bur ington Route. II aching in all directions, raillatea from the M'ssourl rlvrrltke the arms trom the body of lb octopus. One of these arms touches Chlra g , one 61. Louis, one St. Paul, one Dtnver, one Cheyenne aod so ou. It is at the Mltaourl river thst tbe passenger trallo drawn from Ibe urroundlog slates Is consolidated, to be re divldad into large solid train running netwesu the prlnolpal cities. Tbe lltirllngton route (K. C St .1. ft C It. It K ) from Kansas City, Atchison anil alt. Joseph, gives through service to Minneapolis and HI Paul. Leaving Kansas City lute hi the iniirinnii and St. Joseph two hours or more later, the through buffet sleeper arrives at the Twin Cities lo lime for bresklast the next morning. This train reaches Council Uluffi and Omaha in the early evening while I he evening lialn I nun Kanaua City arrives in iiialut the Iniluwii g morning. These two trains, with their IhroUKb sleeper and fne chair cars, form u Hplemlid pasaenyer service hetweeu these cltlen. iJsnver anil Cheyenne are reached by Hi atraight arm of the lliirllngton ionic through the Binliimloii ami Missouri river railio d. the great Ihoroiighliiie over which ihe emle- ti.'e ol hi.nie i-kt-ra Hours lireli, mult Ins; at these points ilirecl connection for tiie fir west, north west and southwest, or instead of going ii'rtlirr ostlers Itself aver the Iboua mil of acres of tree government land ulong the line of the llur hnglon route In Nebraska, ami eustern C'o'orailo. Two through trains via. Omaha and two via Kansas City and 8t Joseph give the passenger ibe Uiirlingtnn' usual accomodation of raluce sleepers, fne chair cars mid exquisite dm ng service. On May 20, September t and XI, uml October 14, the rate of ore lare for I lie round trip will be made over the II. A M. railroad to point in Nebraska, Colorado. Molilalia, II I ah aud many other. for liirlher Inloriustion caU on or a.hlre.s U. C Orr. i; 8. W. I'. A.. IK 0 Maui Mr el, Kansas City , Mo or A. C. Dawes, ti. V. JIT, A , Ht, Joseph, Mo. Special I.otlco. The accounts of the In lo Albert I.'OiiiIh nie st my store and those knowing Ihi'iimelvi's Indebted sre requested to call mid make; prompt sell lenient of same. Very reaped- . . . 1 .... ....... nr fUllV, innu i iiaii, luui.i. Notice. We wish to Inform school directors and others Interested, thu'. we have again miinii faclursd a lot of our celebrated School Desks, whlcti we will sell at very low prices, lie Mclfully, Mt WlNgLKltKUBNirultKCO. G. C. GRAHAM OkAI.KK IN V A rt TINWARE, SHEET-IRONWARE ANI t'orrKitit'AitH. Hoofing und Guttering a Specialty. 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I. ul inv rt.ilile. ul lll lo inxiire mure to lie wi:h loal, in in ure living coll. and will eerv j nnela -I any fine ol the season at '.!' lo insure. rt'e dialrlug to ral e extra II unlet liould in; ke use ol thin good opfoiiiinllv I ur.- will i.e taken to luevent aee.idents and ese.spes. hut no vaionilulity u-auiue I idiould - n y oi l in . A lien la he'd n all lo .r. H (In both, boreea and iae.fce) lor aerviee money until puid. I'aaluruge lor mares from a ilialanee live. 1'iiHilivdy no liiiMiiieaK ai'ended toon Sunday, For further inloiiiialion imply to It. F. WAItltKN. spi'JI: Aullville, Mn. IIOMK IflO.KV TO LOAN. riMlK money now in nanus belonging to Ibe 1 eelute of minors is lor lr.su, .ait un prime reai estate ani pall on goon i.er-iinai m-e.urily. parties deslnnir lo liortow will do well lo call, lilllee over K. WiiiHor Sou. iimylJil S. N Wll.KOV, administrator and ex-ollice fult ;ur. MONKY TO I.O. I WK are prepan u hi make loana ol Moiiev lor any a ml email or large, lor any length ol lime Iroin one to leu yearn, al low lulenol intereal with privilege to pay part or hop. at snv Intereet pay day. Ml un laud ua set m ity, or des'rable clly property. No delav K WINSU.f A SON. Opp, Courthouse, Lesiugtun, Mo, mm fcSm firsts- ir- minir" 1 CARTER'S THE BEAU inn (iiiiiiio DRY GOODS ,!V mm DOMESTICS TIih Hun ia full am. complete, from the cheajiest to tllM lll'Sl. n n ess a o o us Tlic best liiiKiii llie cily. All the novelties of tli 8ea hoii, both in colors itntl blacks. We carry tin cele brated 1'riently line in blackH, and are the only house hero that iioks carry them. WHITE (WO IKS The moHt complete line you will find anywhere. All the novelties that could be had are in this line. it amu unas Our assortment is the largest and most complete in the city. Kvery quality and price TRIMMINGS The most varied line we have ever carried, and com prising all the choice new things we could find. Our etoi1 is complete in be pleased to have you give us a M. F. A CARD TO LAFAYETTE -AN D- RURROUND1NC COUNTIES. nr. II - It. GOSEWISCU, liHtn ol Berlin, Vionna, Paris, etc., HAS Ol'KNK.U IN LEXINGTON FOR A FEW MEDICAL AND SURGICAL Arrantfoinenls having been made With an eminent eastern instrument mantilaclory to nt-cure the appropriate appliance!, the Institnte makes AHPFXIAI.TV F TUB TREATMENT OF THE DEFORMITIES or THE L.1BII1H, NECK, SPINE, fee Specialty of Diseaaea of Nervcua System. Specialty of tho Dlaeaaea of tha SKIN. Specialty of tha Treatment of CATARRH Specialty of tha Dlaeaaea of the EAR. Specialty of tha Diseaaea of the THROAT Ne Inlly o I I.e Proper Adjaelraent ol SPKCTAIXM Bin ElrlI.ASSl:S for sill Optical Defecta. SPECIALTY OF OFFICE PRACTICE &. FINE 8URERY. Will Remain In Lexington lor a few Months Only, at the MEDICAL A SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Over Leroy Farmer's Druu Btore. CONSULTATION FREE Okfick Houhs 9 lo 12 a. m. ; 12 to 4 p. CHAMPION ! 1ril.l. stanil tlie present season sl If my stable .fine himI one-lmll uilli-a t... I f.l the ulil Fair (.rillllllls iesi'.riilinn: lsrk U-sy with black uisue anil luil. III liiiiuls liitli s yeurs ulil. Terms i Hi lor the season or Is In Insure a cult Hi slanil Mill suck; a Ilea twins lelsineil on he coll lor service money. II lli- mare Is solil, 1 1. ili (I or ruiicivfi limn I lie nelslinorboo'l tutors the expiration ol eleven inoiiili alter being serveil, tlien the owner nf salil tuaro la In iav lor the aisson whether llie mare prove lobe Willi mal or not Care tukiti lo prrvint nn'.hlenle, Iml will uol be responsible thonlil any occur. Will, also, stand ul the same place rVjak ami on the same terms, llie apli ndiil JTj DOMINO ! ! He Is black Willi mealy nose, ami lias proved to he a (rood breider, s tils eolls will show lie Is very viK'roiis and is In line condition lo nuke llie season. .... I'ssline Hi l Ml per month, but will not be reponsilile lor aedileiils or escupe. Fedinree shown on nipllaUon. Hr J'lf allT II H.L.I.. The Young English BLire Stallion, I DOCK Is a dark bay, r-lar in lace, lonied May , IHK7; Was sired by Clown (Ikiai) Sblre Sislliou, bay, iiniiorled In October. 1HM4. loalrd In IMttt, lirni oy Thomas Towotey, I'ur ker, Ciii rdon Hall Preston, l.incashire, Knr land He is a hall hrollo r to the Noli d Mlallion I Hurler (J74H), wlnnei nl llrsl prize aud cup at London l oiirl Horse Show, IHS.V DOC K'S Uum, Lill, sir.it by Hill, Irnm Ohio: I. Ill's duin, Allee, sired by gray horse, liriniKlii trom Illinois hy Heaver-; Aloe's dsn). Kale, trom Ohio I'ork I 17 hands hitch, weighs l.tuai pounds, is one of the most perieclly form ed uiiiuiuls, lurire ami handsome, naturall siroiiK at all the vital points, stands on llie ver) best oriimhs and is a picture in onnlnrmation lock will inske the season at iny farm three miles south ol Napoleon. Terms: till lo Insure a llvitK colt. Mures parted Willi or removed I nun the neighborhood, money due at once; colls responsible (or pay ment. (real cure taken lo prevent accidents, but will nm be responsible should snv on ur aprir .K.IIN U MAIlltV. ISMY! WILL keep lor service dnrlntr the season ol IMS) at Mlverdale lariu, !t miles south ol Lexington ou (J Illin ium road. at IU lo Insure mare In ioal. tuoni'V due when tacl is ascertaiiie I or man parted with. IMMV Is a roal bleck r-rclieron stall on, U yeurs old. Ills hands high. weighs l.r.is) iiounds, heavy bone. Hue style and action aud a sure breeder. Will, also, aland at same place and on i me terms, uieirune young crowu i-nnise i TIPPECANOE!! Description anil rediirree: It'ack Willi while lioliilH. I4'i hauds lllutl 5S dialed October 3, in.". Sired hy lli nrv Wsrd lliecher: Ulilnm lleHir. hy lilacs Hawk; Jnd duin Nellie Cirey. by Lord Wellliialou Henry Wiird lleeclier was sired hy Ciown I'rince the Hecond, and his dam by .Mm Poller lllaok Hawk by Dudley Trihble's lllsk Hnwk, be by .Inn l'orter, and Nellli Orev, Tippecanoe's grand dam was also the duin of Iraisy, win, piodiu-ed .lo Blackburn un. I HriKiiolia. who sold tor ri.omieaen at Levi llulit.li-'H side, in Lincoln coiiniy. Kentucky, November 6, IH8H. C-own I'rince llie Mrnoml . by imporled Crown l'i ince.fn in Cslalonla, In Mpain. Hue caie inki ii, but will not be re rpcimihle lor uccii!enls or escapes. I'aslurage liirniHheil at ri-abunuhle rales uprl'.ill SILVKU All IX. The Imported Draft Stallion, Registered No. 684 'I'lllS pure bred and llrat-rlass Clydes- L- i dale Hrall hlalliou will inske the tJff. re.ent season al the turn ol William r1l II. limns, about hull' wuy between ' ' Aullville uml I '.in...., 1 1 m In color he Is ilark liv. cnulliactly bllilt, Ol splendid action, Une slyle and everything thai en no l nines a llrsl-class, high hreii oriui bihiuo,,. Is n hull brother to Hie (una inn -J-vesr-olil I ha look III HI premium sl the Celile lill KxK-ltlou riiilii'lclnhia. m ihtii I considered by horse- un n I h in 1 1 i ur with Ins slock lo be ol the biat liimllv o ilrult horses in eviati-nce. I I-(IMS: To iii-iii,- m. dor when mure is known lo he in foul, lioo.l p.aturc wi'l hi- lor iilnlied tree ol chatue lo males trom a distance slid special care taken lo prevenl ueci.li'llls or esrupi's. hut will not be re-ponsible should any occur. We pioposeio iiOi r n premium ul l lor tin. In st coll, 3ri lor llie secuun. " "- third. I'KtiliiltKK: IIiii-IcimI No t Hi Kirsl sire Old Lord Hail. lo :lr-.'. Jd C.ipt. Walt -Ml . :M liarilnl'l MS, 4lh Clvdri-d lie loin ii . Kariliel 's Killicv J'.IH. Kirsl dam .les by Canollle MH7. -l'i l.oclieiid l liallipioli 4IM, 3d Young Champion 7 W, Ilh I'rince ml Mil Itoyal Chsrlie 7'2il, llih Merlingshlre Champion SJ. 7ih luuug tilde Mil. spr.Utl llUllNsAMcCLUllfc. all departments, and we would call. ROYLE & SON. MONTHS, m& INSTITUTE, tsatuum Specialty of tha Diseaaea of tha KOBE. Specialty of tho Diseaaea of the CHEST. Bpeolalty of the Diseaaea of the EYE. Specialty of the Dlaaaaea of WOMEN. Bpaclalty of the Dlaeaaea of CHILDREN , OFFICE PRACTICE ONLY. tu., and 7 to 9 p. in. PROF. WILKES! Trial S minutest Hon ol Ashland Wilkes, 'i:'22Ui Hon ul Ked Wilkes, i:4o; Hon Ol George Wilkes. U:S2. 1st dam faradine, trial 3 minute.; Daughter of A I. Weal, 8:411, son ol Alumni. THIS i by lar the ohespest horse In the county sl price asked $16 to Insure taking his breeding, sise, formation, stamina, family and performancea into consideration. He is lull b'o'her to Pres. Wilkes. :2n. on sire side. Ills dam Is half sister lo Call ha Itobinsou tin sire side. Blood bay, IS hands .1 Inches hluh;weigln 1,118 pounds. JOHN WILLIS ai.rhlif 5 miles north of Corder, Mo. The Fine All Purpose Stallion, PRINCE! WILL make the season of I OKI u I my stable, eight miles south west of Ixiug ton, at H lo Insure a living colt, mousy due a soon as the coll stands and sucks, the male solo or ic moved from the uelghhorboed. PHINt'K Is a beautiful dark grav, 6 years old this spriug, IB) handa high and goe all the galls. Ha was sired by the well-known slul lion. Old Marshal Ney, and IB out nl a N. I brood uiare. He Is of a very gentle disposition and work witb Ibe gr steal satisfaction under tbe saddle or In harness I'aslurage for mares at a reasonable price Care taken lo prevenl sceidenls, but no respou- hility will be assumed by me should any occur. aprWlf I.OUia ANDKKSON The Fine All Purpose Stallion, KENTUCKY MESSENGER WILL make the season ol ItM) at K. T. Thorp's stable. 2 miles north ol Oieenlon.on the Odrssand Wellington road, st f.10 to in-ure a ware In loal, money due as noon aa llie fact is ascertained, mare traded or removed trom the neighborhood. A lien retained upon Hie colt lor a. rvire money. Kentucky Messenger wag foaled In Lexington, Ky., In IHttt, and was shipped Iroiu there to Kansas City la 1887 by J. T. Nutter, and made his tlrst season st Harrisonville. Mo lie is a beautiful chestnut orrei. Hi hands high, grand carriage and style, witb tine blood action, a good even temper, and comes Iroio a lamily noted for producing last trollers and high priced roadster. Hired by Vidette, dam by Kclipse, -on or lrfuis Jordan, Vidette by Vinilex, 1st dam by Wbip. ltd dam by Uallatin :trd iiam by Old Tiger. V index by lllooil's Itluck Hawk, l-l dam bv Membrlno Cblel, 2il dam by HowuinK's Hay Messenger. It will thus be seen Iroiu the above pedigree thai Kentucky Messenger comes from llie very best trotting strains in the world Membrlno Chlel, Messenger. illack Hawk and Kclipse Membrlno Chief was the aire of Mem brino I'alcheo, wbo was the sire of as many winning trotters as any horse in Kentucky. Blood's Chiel. by llloi.d't. Id nek Hawk, was the sire of Cannle Kobinson, i alsoo' dam or Blackwood, Jr.. of Almoin. .Ir , 'l:2Ut; Von Annuo, and grand dam ol Proline. 2:18. Pai-lurage furnished sl reasonable rates Care isben lo prevent accident aud escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. aprl-i'f THOItl' A KWISU. The Celebrated and Most Excellent Stallion, FLEETWOOD Um.L MAKK TIIK HKASON OK E HKAHON OK JB , near Corder, a'. CSflvT. be Willi foal, JO AVC due when n are 'I IT 18U0 al my larm, n $-5 to insure mare to be y Ibe season, money il is known lo be Willi foal, or purled with f LhLTWOOU is s brown horse, with star one white ankle, U-year-old, weighs I, -IK) poonils, la in uunos uign, snows unest ol stle and speed and la kind in disposition; any one can drive hlni. At the aaiue place tbe Hue All-Purpose Cleve land Hay ENGLISH GLORY, Will make the season at ail, to insure, am by Ibe season. Al llie same place the elegant Saddle Slallinn. l-iTIT01i . formerly owned by Frank Stewart, of l'xing lon, will make the season ultimo insure, lil by Ibe season . KINaOKA isll years old this spring, a beau lllul black, IMt hands high, wilb line mane am tail, good slyle and action. The celebrated Jack KENTUCKY MAMMOTH ! Will make the season ai SI2IO Insure, Sluliy Ibe season. Kentucky Mani inoih is a black Jack, loaled in the spring nl 1883, IMt hands high, of heavy bone, good slyle and action. 2fe AIho, .ti lh uiiio (line ami tlnoe an-t on I tic rani Ifruia, Ibe cv!elrtM( Jm-.k sired by Kennedy's premium Jack, called Jumbo. Kll is a giay Jack, tt eurs old, 14s hands high. He is a sure loal getter and wss awarded the Hrst piemium a. a best breeder at Hie Lalayelte County f air, IK.-1I. For pedigree aud lurther information apply to UIAKLKS LIKSK apil'J.4 torder. Mo. Tlie I inn HarnitMS Stallion DICK WEST, Wiu, m a k v, i iik ruK-tKNi JL-?') rsfurtini hi my ht.itiii- t. nuts h JfJ' Ill 1,1'XM LltUII Hi' Mir IV Sit I' li JjM, I IV Illlllll'V il''' I'd li'ltlll till' I Hr'.-rtiitii i, lii:irt i-til'l i-r I'i'iiift i i lii'lll llClr-'llllOl lllMHI A lill' I SlUl'll t" JIM I I'll I !1 I'llll'lll: t Ii n r no il ti'inv. IMl l W K I I:' ii ''n! li;n k. In h ni'H Mini I Ini-li ti'fh, l Inn nlyt'' :'! iM'!tiiH ll- w:ih Miri") In y I iiillitinii-r 'h .Mrmnriiiii, il.iti) t iin rinr roail iiniri. I y Ai'i:i1utl., t.riHipM truin Kiiitin ky liy Hinry (iliiinrc xrf-,s,V "r ,l hruml in hi tiu I c.uiiht nm t,r r.M lt n mil in Ihn-i ininiiti-rt. Hn'iii2 !.. V. Kkl'.Nk The NativH English Urai'l Norman Bt.Hllioi, VOLCIAN 2d ! flMIK AltuVk HI Al. I. ION 1 will iiniki i In hi- hi in nl 1111 Hi IHV hlullU', tMO llltlirt cuhI ol iHivt-r, on llu- Wuvi rly row I I'rt'i'iluiK ciiil lfe'i-riitiMii ; - dici'iii j. , Imi hy I H. iininwi'tti, ii nil uu no I hy Jur-iti Uoiiilrn, nl I.ik ' 'ninly , 111. i mii'i hy lilt. NitiMiiin Volr.mii, uiflit r? hmi imiiinlr; iljiin, W4MKit 1,71 puiiinN, by I til Kn IimIi Shin- I stuck rrnn-; K' ""'I l:im liy Ininoi t il Ki k'linh mi, in- l'll. Vnlcjun'i'l wuhIiiu'iiI .liini' i Kh, h h hcuii 1 1 fill lilooil iitiy, Willi ltl:i k MiiniH, hi liumlrt liiKli wciiilit l .ivnn hiuihIm, nlen t h:n k f It.rLy liiiiltl, liiMivy liuni', kihuI ur-lmii. J iikI. hik.Ii it horne un it i it i 1 lui- luriii or tmtrk.i t . 'I KltMtt : f H In tiihiin. Iiihiiiani'i iiinni T 1 1 ut Miin-.ti I, (;'.tl. or wlifii mine ih (mrli'el wllh. Ctir will In ttiki-n In irrvcnt nrrnli-ittH, hut no ICli10llril III Illy liHUIIIf'l. Mii:nirJ I. A. .PKVKItlK. Tho Well-Known Saddle Stallion, VENDALE DENMARK. Wlkl. litiiki' Hit r'H-nt hi :i hoii ol Ih'.m nl our isttilih iifrtr Trail i Omrr.ti 'I'itihh lo to iiiMirt a living coll. ItcHrriplion uml lVihurtM' . n.fi Ir I n m ;t t k id a ill i Hi I hlotitl t' v . Hi IiuihIh Inpcli, uml wriKMH l.'Jfiu (iouihIh lit- wai Hirt hy T. Ii I'rii'f'H liTiuurk, hf hy Suni't-r Ih-ui.iark, !mI iIhiii hy Mi Uuiiulil Ji ilmii hy K it Mci , ; I i uu hy Ituronl'i Ah xiinilt r, ltd ihun hy MarHliall 'h Miihi'n, hi hv iniirrl'il Sir II ni v.'.Vh iiuin hy ottl Union , ti' h hy niiorh il l;ih-it r oiun .l n-ni- Isiml. Iy Vinlal.rj;trt",i 'I nn hy Cir.iy Kn't-, tn-n iciiiuil tlmii hy to kxhirr, ir. r. Krunil tlam hy a lilfiirtif litirHi', Viimtul wan hv iniMiiffi iilt'iiroc, itml wiih nm ol I he btHi racrTtt ol Ii ih Llincfi. Hi Ih a Mire loal Miller uml Kivtn up hy Jihlf'' to ht tin' nrrii an nirMr.i hotvr l. ilny t'tlf county - in-Hi oi run will vitL acciiitnL. hut will mil Hhoiilit any tn-i-ur. AIho, at tlif Humo nlar.i thr ;ltAN I'. will iiniki tin m-HHoii he taken lo he ii-Hionihlf KJ-h'lllHll 'iNck. Lit inn hi hi k, Willi liit'iily iiiwi', nhont 14 hum I. 4 hi,;h, heavy hmlt. llnp Hi'tion, viry viithih nml u irovl Mir lotll VflliT. Ill Will he llllowril III HITVt initrrH at lti infill it 1 1 v mir t'.oltH '1iiIm ol'llvi mureH toelllii'r hornr nr jack will bo f rvt-tl al $h tor Iiviiik coIih. A. I. YiMINti, im-h.M.'ini .1. Itlt M.hY, Tbe Splendid Draft Stallion GEORGE TODD, WILL make llie hc-.ihoii of li-tMl al my larm, one mile east ol' the bnek Hehoolhoii.ie.on the Suit I'ond road, on the Widow Cuiron luriii. iiboiii li miles eaat ol Ia-iihiiIi.u, at S to inaiire a mare in loal money due as noon as tlie f ir.l is ascertained, the mure sold or removid Iroin Ihe neighborhood. A lien hy l..w is iviuined upon llie e.olt lor ser vie.e morey.u hether in hamls ol oriirinal owner or a purehaser l.KoltlVK MUM) was sired by Louis Napoleon and he hv liuporu d Louis Napoleon. His dam was by Hill's Medley out ol a i.illle Arthur mare. Cure taken to prevent aneldenti, but no re sponsibility rhouid any oe.rur. I'aslur.ike lor mures Ironi adistane.e al ie:isonable rules. ALSO will M.ii.il at llie same plaee, ul same prlee and terms, the line voui. .lurk, CONF1I) liTV C four yeuri old thin HprinK lotirtft'ii --Is haiulo liigh. tltirk hrowu color, good atyln ami acltoii, and a ipurk lonmr RpiMf ti. V. KKYNOI.HS. The Fine Saddlu Stallion CADEU3US TIIE WKI.L-KSOWN S AIUM.K Slulllon Ihal has pared In a:;HI, as. I w Is . ail. lie rolla Iroin HjiK any mure, and goe-i all the Kails yfflA and is one id' ilie bent riiiiiiimr walkers on emih. will make tin m.-usoii or IMSi st mv luriii 'it miles soui luast of alayvlew, on the Wai-r. iiHburir road, at IU nr a living eolt, money due when e.oll rotiieH, mure parted with or reiinneil A lien on all r-h will be retained lorserviee money, ture taken lo tn'eVeni se.e.l dents or ene.apes, but no renpoiisibility should any oe.rur. Also, the TroltinK ltr.il Siallion, TOM L., SKI. brown (no while), li; Hands, Hired by HsrbiuKer. Isl dam hy liiiiu I'eilro. TiiM L. is u iiranil horse imli. i liuilly anil ih linrlv bred. Come uml examine pedigree. II,. will stand sl Al.'i. on eaiue terms as I'admiiH. VI .So, three line .lui'ks, II. I" and !.''. hands liiuh, nil ooal black 7V-rv with Wlnl;. polnli unit mi aly noKes.ltie 1l"f li. 81 In be loiinil everyway you lake aaJLalals them. I'lesse eome al mire and see them sul I will sin pi ie you mid only $tl lor alivieeolt is aHkeil.ou ssme terms iih Cuilemiis. laiml Kr:ss and line water at low rales. Come mid see lor yoi-rhell H i .',( I T.I NiiKKLKKI'. Tbe Imported Draft Stallion, LORD EDGERTON!! mmm T'HIS (iltANII DltAKl' STALLION, HAVINli Just been pui'i'ba'.i'il liom Ins iinporter, ludi;,. .1. li loMidpasiure, of Ntishville. '!' nn , will eland Ihe present sea-ou ul HiiiinHVille fair liroumls, at Kill Ihe season or l.'. lo insure. LOHIl KIH.K.It'l'ON took Isl .i riniiiui us u veai'ling in IMii 1st in Isn7, ami Jd in IM-.s over all ai;en and brieil'.ol drall horses ut Allernn; hani. near Maimh.-eler. Knl mil His sire, l b, mile's .lumbo. in ls.s.1 Iki pi i.e ovr all aes in Chester county. KiiKland. also, Kutue year, 'id pri.e at Miiiie.heHier and Liverpool. In Nb4 he lok six Isl pri.es ill Kniilaml , Inelnil I n If the champion pn.e at Munr.hetr and Liverpool over all draft horses. .lolly. Lord Kilice rloii'a iiuin, won three 1st prizes und one d prize al Manchester and Al lerliiabam over all brood mans in liu-ii and in;. The breeders of l.iliyeili intv I uve mi opiH.r'lliillv never belore ollVre.l tliein . An im porled prize, winner over all ilratt breeds uml whose sire ami ilam were aleo no'ed prizewin ners in KllKlaii'l.lhe bolili. of the drali horses. 1. I'. KNOlll.K. ll'kKiii" ille r'air tin iinds. I S I am, a!-o, prepared lo break and handle u few c.Iih lir..ei.l sirnuj L. I'. K Tlie Fine Norman Stallion Wll-L MAKK TMK SK AS. N ol iMitl at Mil Mahlr, iiiiIi h hvu'Ii ol l.f xiiiIoii, tin thr I nluiHMiH road, on 1 Uc Tol fi ir!v ol 1U t.i.iii I. inn. ;i the low n in iiiHiin u living run, timm iltn m ri,.nii it; tin- i-iiii hiii hum ii anu mick, ii un hiiI I i.r iitovtit it tin llu iitMhhiti hood, nr fii n III' HfttMiii, tiioi.ry di.f til Hit-mil oi thi' M-iiMMi. A hfn. hy luw. in n-i im.-l nn im- c.- it l.ir t-civifi' n.ohfv, wi filn r tlo cult i in llu- tuimht ol li.:tt ovvitt r u iuiiv.i:ii't l'Kld;iif.K: H: VK ir n h.imlH.:n- or- II v arn old ItlS :i:iihIh Iiiui, wi-iuh I ."no n.iiiilti. II w.ih -sir. i 1 1 i ir ouiniOiu:f ft. Iliit titct I v W.iljiM. Miii.iv A . o , ill itliii'iillili. lilrt . i nil Itv I he by niioilt i l.o iis N,iMihnn. llles, and I.MI.A I "TIIK s K l. A, K. IIIKfewj, " nplendid Hbii'k .lack, Trt c:' ii'if m isi:, Will lie peiiiil,, I., scive ni nes sl llie snme priee anil lei nm in l lie hnre I ompi ie le a black, wilb ine. ilv i..,' and la in , k-vi-ii years nm. Ion 11. i n liu,.. b ('li, liem limit, veiy viiroroiM and a r.ure io.l ..fi...- II.. ,i a I by Coiiipn ic, .Jr.. sold li.r l - hi uii.n a IWo-seur olil. ami h. I.v I miiii, . ii,. nnooil d liy II. ii i y ila. tin, w ,k , Il i, iii. .li nn. t, by an uii..i I. .1 suni li .1 i.k, lo iiflil ll.-ie iioiii IvelllllrkV laie latin ii. .ii,:,l a. ci. I. nl i. I,u hpon .llnlilv hIioiiI.I aov occur l'aMlur:iLi' l..- mare Itn .,: Ii.-.l al 1 rr llloiilb. I . i r, i iiim: ,i i r. t : . I Itlt II I'M'. i Ml h hIihc room in Ki-iiikliii vnur, which 1 ll:l- been ocrllpied bv Mr Mb.lt I noun ., lalelv deceased, is lor lenl KvcelUnt lnc.alion lor pii.d giot'cry a(i,., Api ly I i llie o uer, Kul.iil 1. 1. til'iiAMCKK. 'l lie Tine All Purpose Stallion, HOI!EST TOM!! U 'ILL MAKK TIIK NKASON ol l.-:i, al my rlnble. thiee lllileH Honthes. I ol Willinloli, on what ih knoitii as the Tom l.ee lal lll l $ III !, lo im-lire a liiar.' Ill loal. Inonev due Hssonn nn llu- l.iei is aHiterlni he-l . lite mare sold or re moved trom the lit ijlihorhood. A premium ol $111 will be Kiven lor the best roll uml t!i lor III" h eond bent llie net of this horse, lo be stapled nt tin- lliKXinsville lair in iri.N), und l ne h.i me lor l ins yea i 's net. i..are I asen w pne vent ueei ie.i.H, luil no ri spoiihibilily assumed HiiNK-l HIM is a heuiiliful buy. nine tears old, weighs a!.. .ul l.lmi. ih a l.itll-hlood KiiKlish dr. ill and hall Clcvcluud H i)', i.nd Is one ol the liue.i borneFi iii Lulaveile I'ountv ai.lf, I .1. II Ml'IJJtLOCK LBNWOOD LAWN FAR M ! ! W1LK010NT 2734. Almont Pilot ttlTA Jr. Wnnifa. Wilkes. wamia, J By K(Xwia yorrMt. (Ilcrklcy'ii) lkctri'HfiitiiiK (Ii union of the Aloiont ami (Jco. Wilkt-H hiiiiichrrt d the lluinhlctoman fHiully on a IoiiiiiJuihiii rcnrcHf nliuic llu Maiuhuiio hu t. I'llnt. .Ir , mnl Ulay ihiiiIIich. which In I'.lmlt H u very lm,rf imrt ! all the horse) that huva records or HiliO or btttr, will aiuuo hi Liiiw I l.iftvtu l tiiii. l.t'XiiiKlioi, Mo.t lor the hi stHon ol Imhi. It ruirt Ui ihe aeaiion or 0 to ItlMllf . ALMONT PILOT, Jr. Record 2:40 H. Trial 2:3C. Sired hy Alnionl Pilot Ttt, ltd duin Anna John hoii, hy Mariiiitilukf iiithti, I'd datn Tatty Itulonl, hy I ifii KhkIc, :M thim hy Little Arthur, will Hfrve a ftw iiiirovtt nmrcH at t;W llie 6tr.uion oi .ri0 to iiiHiir". Ad- rt'fN Dr. K. V O ATM AN. Manager. lllfllHIl LstiXiDRtOU Mo. The Imported Cleveland Bav Stallion. BAY SPLENDOR 408 'It r ILL miike the present VV si iihoii st ny stable, Itiree miles soiiineai-i of I eniiiKlon, on tho War tensliui'i; road, at fill lo insure a mare in tout. money due us soon as Ihe laet is ascertained, inure trailed or removed from the neiLhborbood. Care taken l- prevenl ur.e.ulenis, but no respon sibility should any oixur. This Imporled Cleveland llay Slulllon la u ilaik mahoKuny buy; lieinhtli ii;i," IiiimIs; weight llr.n pmnds, fouled .lone lliln, Irino; bre'l by Willi Harrison Wuilwiln. Uii-hiuond, Knj;- land; imported in IHlChy Urorxe K. Ilrown A Co., Aurors. Illinois. Mire llrillsh Hpleudnr, 1st dam by Mr. liennls' Kon sier il'J; -Jd dam by Mr Tikiiiiiik' Koseberry. lliitish Hplendor. Ihe noleil e.oueli I orse who Wus sold lor J.MU0 in KnKland to in to Illinois, washy Hurlsonio, (sold lo llie King of llaiy for :!,) by Lord CsrdiKun, by Cardinal, (who (rained thn head pnxe al Ij'i'ils, open lo all Krfrlaud, beating 1ft olliers; aim u iniiinK several oilier prizes. III dam Kiiined 41 prizes.) II V NI'I.KNIUHt has size enonnh for all pur poses uod sivleenniiKh for a (renllenian's eo h ill Central I'srk, wllh a musr.uiar development and eili-e of iimvi lui nt den. linK great enilur aiiee 1 1. is never been trained, but hi lire could do an easy three minulo Kail He wse bred in Yorkshire, KliRl .nd, and is a direct desrendant on lioth sides from a capital breed of Cleveland liuys and they, beliia; very elronx blooded, impress their characteristic. unifor mity ol rolor, size and loilli on their grade ollsprniK with ceriaintv. lis is a sure foal get ter and hie oolta sell for hiab prices. A Kins .luck will also make the season at Ihe eauie place ut $111 to insure; terms same as above I lie season will he Riven lo the owner ol mare pronui'iiifr llie best colt, moiiliil KKANK C. 8TKWART PRINCE. This Norman Stallion. Weighing- about 17Wi pounds, will make ihe season of Imsi at the very low price ol Sl-j lo insure msie in itial, money .Ille w i.en llie uc.l is ssceilain ed, in ie psi-ied with or remov ed liom Ihe iieiKbboiho, il til for the season, die- duly 1. IH'HI. til lor Ihe leap, due at lime ol s. rvice. I', nice .s a In aiitilul Iron gray 17 hinds hiiru. will lie live years old August 17, IS'tn. He wassiied by linpnrltd Uendsrud No ;:ill; he I.v l.inperor. No. 300; be by Napoleuu III, So !?. SULTAN is a hesiiiiiul dsppln gray, IKK bind. li'Hli, wemlis I7U0 poun l.; seven ve.rs 0 il M.irc.o .0. IS!i; was Imported trom France In IsiO mi H an registei.d in the 4 h volume 01 ibe p. r.-iieron Stud It ink of America, p ge Shi. No. IMU .-ulliin il' si rye n.aies ut 7 'Q the li iti. sin ilie e ,hoii ii, insure mare Wllh loal. .same roiidilioiiH us lor I'rince, TACHEAU wan sued by 1'iiiiee Kupoleon, imporiid by Virgin Ilrown, of ear. berry, Liviu-lon county, Illinois He will serve ins renal 7 rsilli. bao. lu Ibe reason, and I5 in iiinire ii ni ne in loal. une i onditlons us lor I'rince and Hirian. PIERAS is s lull Ii'., d Norman. 1. 1 black. 17 baiuls liiL'b. und weighs nam omnia, lour years old !. I. ls:si lie mu, . u,, ,y (ipper lll ne lll'.l. Inilii.ili.l by llilli.n liros - dsn, bv Oilinet. No. l.l:; I'leras will serve nmres al I5 in i n mi re wiin loal, same conditions as lor l i luce, HiiiuiD and Tacbeail. I'rince, Hi. Han and Taclieau will make the season ol is'.si nl Hie barn opposite the depot, Oilei.su, Lalaelte counly. Mo. I'nras will make the season at .lame A. Moore's funn, Is mile nor lb of l'lnk Hill, .Jackson counly. Mo. Care taken lo prevent accidents, but will not lie responsible rlioubl any occur. A lieu will ue iii-iii upon tin lor service of hore "'" bl.'rU Mi UUltNKV Jt TAI. IAKK.lt HO Tlie Standard-Bred Trotting Stal- horiH, i lEWMOST 1 1 1 1, COXFIICT AND DAVK WALLACE 80..I, WILL make Ihe season of Ih'Ni al Viewlund, mile ... . ItATKH CITY. Lutivetli- i-oiimv. Mo. vicwrauiMr is a niood hay (no white), ItiV liiiiuls huh, wriabl I, Hon pounds, loaled April, Ihs:i, nireil by Aim. on pt 7ni, (aire of Kose in. nit J -J.1S. I hut sold to a m nil loan or Frank loii, li.i many, for ii,:sio unit .ttitvie . mi, nt -l-.H ) son of ihe gieat Alnionl ii. reco'd i-.Xi'i (aire of Kiinnie Wilherspoon 2:16.. nsiinoi I .':!,), hrtmoiit a.iav. and ihinv oniers wiiii nc.i.r.lH i ism or belter) , son of Alexin, in r s .i,,iaii iii ir, record -J:4i! (sire ol lioidisuiiiirs Mmd and live olheis in the i:l in I): lie by II inilileloniaii 111 (sire of Dexter '.l7Uanil Piny olliers with records ol 2;.'10 or iieiK ij: Almoin i-ii, us l-t Ham is Lucille, by Aii-xutuliT's Aii'iallsb 15. id dam by flint ,lr . Itslleol nine in the '2::lll list and sire ol II... Hums oi niaii.i m. 3:n!'4, .lav-Kye-See 2:111. Nm wo n! 2:lM'i and Iwentv-lli'ci! other I 'M i formers.) lewmonl'H lllllll IS I: dv liun.aa Ida,,, m st Liimbeil luiil o 2:3."i) by Itoiirbon Cbiel !te:i (snoot mmcr 2;'-2 and the dams of Uve wnh reronls ol 2;.M "r belter, niiiopg ilu-m I'lck nil :l'.,, Alluaiim and rtiltrrtvn 72:l!l'4 sou I iMullllirino Chief II (sire ol l.x.lv l'h,n !:lx4 und si ven olliers In Ihe ::io list ami ,r ol the ilinns ol I' edinonl 2:,7'. Hi rector 2:17 lluwuid i:S:. ami sixleeu olhers wllh r. Colds ol 2;:lllor bl tl-ri he also Sired Ihe llama ol lied Wilkes, Itelllionl. Act: Hourl.i.n I hb-l's dam is Pu-s, by liray Kagle, 2, dam by sir I'eier, :M dam by Hancock's lluuib elo niuu, etc. V li inii oil's uruiid daui. Mollie .lack.-ou, is by .luks,in (Ihoroinilibreili . mm ..i Unioli.lie by liiipiute,! Uleiicoe. Vieniuonl has size, power, Iota" ol bone and muscle and nis cons are large, line ana speedy CONFLICT 7002 I- a blood bay, lelt ankle ai"i i mm i-oioini while, In ml ; ll'4 hamls higti, loaled .liny, l7; sired by Ma.lu.l IKI5 riii' "I ' iinttr :..i ; ni.mri.l Iscle.rly llie bent bred s in of Ihe "Mighly George Wilkes;" its iiuin ui-iii Liercetie, isisier lo e.gmonl.Mre ol leu III Ibe 2::l llsll bv llellnonl (,l. 'Milam Minerva, (.bun ill Niiugcl 2:'.11' and Meander i:Ji.NI li I'doi. Jr., 12. at Usui ilacch nle Mamiirl'io by ,M aiiiliriiio Chlcl II, 4lh ilaiu ll:iccli nil.- b llowniiig's llay .Messenger, Ac. iiiillu-l 's dam ii lt..a Clay (dam of Cspoiil 3 :2s in ihe mud, trial 2:::i, sire nl live homes in -::l I l-l ) bv Ami-riciiu t lay :ll (sin-of four 2-:i perloriiierH ami fire ol ti .Isms ol t.arnelt 2:19 uml loiiileen inhcrs in 2::ui llal), bis 2d .lulu Is by Hon ulna's Itav Messenger ( ire ol ,lin, .r-h-r 2:2-it mid l.lllle Nora Ihe diun of Clark I lin, l.ini'l tbe dams of Lulu K. 2:2tl and olliers) :l l daui by tinl'inl's Cripple ( lire of the .lam ol l.i..i.- It 2:.:i',) lui oi tl i i-l . we have Ihe KasNmnalde "Wllkes ( lav" enn-s; ami lin n. Ii illi sue and nam pro- lini-rs ol ,.icid; eveiylsuly wauls l In-, kind Conlliclls ve.-y fliai.ely, l.nvlll slid handsome; in I nl. all there IS ol III ill is pill logellier ullolli iioiii. II.-is very speedy al bolh llie pace and I l ot DAVK WALLACK 8051 is a bav. while ankl. . l eliiml, i-unrl el.ir, l: It'inda bl,;b, loai.-il A 1 1 1 ii 2.1.1 Isn7; sired by the great suii.ni l:'d: (-.ire of .ni.uiiImmiI 2:l'."4, sold lor f.'iii.issi, A c;.. ir .'.2l"4 - .1.1 lor .'.' NSl l.ivrauge 2:2m, i:nin 'j i:iL,. K ':'.:i,, , soud: n 2::t-i a: un,-.-ven:., Nv. i lliearl 2 : J'.' sail bri i- yeais, K isll et 2; ,'',, al ibiie eins, und -cveial olliers ill Ihe 2. .si i-.i) No wonder ihe snli:.ii are si King so Inc. It ; III. II In think a tivo c II - old. grand toll, at .' I . I l s , an. I ., lilly, ol .ante Cfe, s g..intl da lilei. al flo, nun. I lie-e title Hub's: "no I HOI-' " lint- l iilace'-il.tin i-i Miss sieniei- (iiuil lo i:,,'.:i .':i :) i i M. mil, run i I'm. In n ihrgi.ul -nr. oi I id iii.iics.tiwn Inoilier lo l.-olv 'l liorn J:l - V, i ire ol l.oiolou 2: Ii sue Midtllelttii 2:2.1 un,i isi-ilr oilier 2 :.!il p. rlol in.-i , all. I Ille sue ol llie .I nns ol Iniv U'llke. M..1,, hIisI 2 In II. , : Willis '.' .l.-'4. Hiroil Wlbe. 2:1s. I'.lvllil 2:l-, II I -MS',, llollll 2:l!l' mil III et n vv nil i ol -Is '2 :lu or I, .-Her: his sons. tt i.r n l I III 1 1 V -i'li: li li- W.il'iifi'V rHllt '.'::tn or In lit r ir liters) .Ism i.i ; inlv Janes by lie is a v i v biiiiilsttiiie II I n I ill' it ( H'.t. lliHIi's) li, in I ul. I Hunk bun llu- nin.il hi. u, lx, Hue II . ,;i in,: cull I cu r naw, bntli ill ain4 out of Inn -ii- i. I I- l.'MS; 'I n nir-iire a inure in foal ; VlcWlii.int A't I "I lllcl t in, H.iv H ill ,-e J in liaie liin v i.iiii:' i-lallit,li-, by Vii-wiiihiii, i a I Mill a.'-.v l i . ne at v-lll. li lllaiile Pauley, lint i.u-.it In lie le pull lit:.-, iiiilat make salinla, -l.n :li r nm. li'CliIri bcl.u e breeillnir. I'a.nir.i.:-- ii - per iniilllh; li-etl etrtl I ill mil be n r-potibihlc shoiibl uny archie nts t.r i s-a, i -3 I'ccur. iitcli-jll OttUUb. W. BAl ti TRildTEE'H KALI:, WIIK.KKAS.C. f. Uolierlson and Krance E. It il.i rlnou. his wife, bv their deed of trust daled Ihe 22d ilny of liecember. IHHH. aud re nted nn Ibe I8ih duv ol .Ink' IamI. in lbs iilli.e ol Hie recorder of ileitis, ol Lalaveita t oiinly, Missouri, in book number Mi. sl Das 420. did convey lo one dames feiluicord, as liuslee, the following dckci died real estate sil iiated in the county ol Laluyelte and stele of Missouri, lo-wil: All of ihe northwest quarter of the iioitliweal in.arler ol section number tuemv-one (21), township number forty-nine tl'.i), ol range number twenty-seven (27), and cniiiaiiiing loriv (In) acres, more or less. In trust lo securs Ihe payment el Ihe promissory note of said C. Uolierlson, in said deed of ir et itesi'iihid, with interest ibereon; aod, where, delsiilt has been made In the payment of said mile and lnleiesl; and, whereas. It Wii provided in said deed of trust, that in case of the d aih, inability or relusal lo ant. or absence ol the said trustee, the then uctlmr sheriff oi" Laiai etle couiily, Missouri, shall al tbe request id Ihe legal holder of Ihe said nole. become bia siiceei-sor wilb all the powers of said trustee; it.,. sni-ir.B, me. Hum .mines feuuicord has reliisetl to uei as Mich Irusiie, now, tliere.ore, I, Charles 8 Mllcbell. sloriiroi il.,.n counly. Missouri, in accordance with the term ami provisions oi suki u.e.l ol trust, and al the riqoestor the legal holder and ownerol asiii nine, w ill proceed to sell the property herein belore ilel l ilted. Ul public vendue, in l he hlul.. est bidder, at the north I rout .n.or of the court hoiiKe, in Ihe e.iiv of lxinguni, Lafayette coun ly, Missouri, lor cash, on SATl ltHAY, WAV 31st, ltmo. between the hou.a of nine o'clock lo tbe fore noon and live o'clock In the afternoon ol ...,1 day, lor Hie purpose of paying said note and iiteirsi aim ine eosis oi executing this trust. i.iiiii.r.s is. allien KLL, . ., Mnenn and Truster. I' RANK J. hlllllMK. Atlornev. Kansas C,l Missouri. Lexington. Mo., April 2:M, lwio. apr2td FARMERS, ATTENTION I'lISTOM D BOOTS & 8HOE8 E"V, I.AUIEN AKD CHILDREN . roM NI'RIIVU AND MDniTIKR, CHEAP Toil CASH I I JPSTALLINC'S. CCELHINER, Goner Cruklii tti Utrtl Streeti; MARBLE-:-AND-:-GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEAO STONES TOMBS VAULTS, At. iticwckb rn burial ukodnds. WM H. STEVEIISOII HSAIX1UAHT1BS roH HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS AND -A.IVI1MU1X1TIOIV. Ha Just received a fall line Builders' Material .Steel Goods IN WHICH I CAN OF K Kll YOU SI'KCIAL UAKUAINS. I ALSO HAVE A FULL LING OP Carpenters' Tools, Garden Tools. , Miners' Toolsg ii.ACKNmriis' srppi.iKH, vv n &c, ice. lilveras at Call and Nee mj tiaada and gel my prices. Ilespecirullr, W.H.STEVEIMSOW HENRY M. STANLEY "IN DARKEST AFRICA' The complete story of Stanley's recent thrilling adventnres and the disclosure of hi Important dis coveries wll! appear for thollrst time In the work written by lilmaelf, entitled "In DartaC Afrira." In two volumes, profusely Illustrated, price 3.73 per volume. Do not be deceived by Buy er the so-called "Stanley liooks " now being offered as genuine " and " authentic." To uooueot thesa has Stanley coi.lribuu.-d a Hue. prUTP -TUo vo k will be sold by snbserlp. HULlllO, lion only. We are now ready la appoint ranvapsers. Applicants should state experi ence. Itemembcr that Mauley's owa book, the only ono In w hlc'i ho has a personal interest v. Ill hear ou thu tillj jiaji thu uuprilit ol P.harlpQSrihn??rQSnn?s WIIUIIUWVUIIWIIUI W WVHV Apply to . I'. Jl XKI Sc CO., OOl OllvoSt., M. Loala. aolt; lueiils lor Dlaaoiirl uutl Soutkeral llliiaois). CAUTION Take no ahoea !! W. L. Ioaflas' asTjvao bottom. If the iiealer cannot suprlyyoau end ilirei-t to factory, ucloaln aoveTUSO priua. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE FOR CENTLCMEN Ktne Calf. Hranv l.snsl tlraln aad CroodV moor Waterproof. i Ileal In the vvrlil. nanilne his ' n.lMI (1FM INF. H Nll-St H MHOaV 4.IIO IMMI-NKU Kl WI I.T MIOK. t i.l.mt l'tll.K'K AM, KAKM Kits' Ml OK. I S'l.llil K.X 1 1! I V Al I K t'Al.r' NHOK. I 8i.a & m-i WUKhlVUMKN'S MIOE8. ' t.it ami mi.'.H KOVS' M II OOl. MUOEtV All made lu ('undress, Hiiltnu aud Lac. , $3 & $2 SHOES vf&h! 1.7(1 MIOK HIK MISSKS. Rest Material. Ilest Style. Uet Plttlas. W. L. UouKlaut, Brockton, Mass. Sold by MOUNTJOY & IRELAND 1 liiu ti ALL THIS for S. 5Q An lo Cream Freexer, (the bust In tb world ) A Keystone Culinary Beater end Mixer (for mak ing rsks, breail, etc, etc., whipping cream, eecs, tc ami a thousand other thiiiis ) A SO. Cook Book PAINE. DIEHL & CO.. Philad'A. PaJ tWiCe-fl " N .1