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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

? The greatest offer ever : made. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 156. Tjow IS THIS? Four lots on North Boulovard, in West End, within ono square of Mr. L. L. Powell's residence, for 81,000 each. This is at least 8750 cheaper than any lot east of them in the West End Ad? dition. If you want a bargain, grasp this opportunity. , WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. SPECIAL IMPORTATION. THE FINEST LINE OF GENUINE DIAMONDS EVER DISPLAYED IN THIS CITY IN LADIES' SOLTAIRE DIAMOND EARRINGS, BROOCHES. SOLTAIRE AND CLUSTER RINGS, STUDS, LOCKETS AND DIAMOND MOUNTED WATCHES AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED. A CALL IS MOST RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. CAMPE, * TjJIE JEFFERSON ST. JEWELER. ?fX>HET GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE ! THE WEEKLY TIMES FOR ONE YEAR ?and the? WAVERLY NOVELS COMPLETE FOR S2.00. VE WANT 0,000 NEW SUBSCRIBERS FOR THE WEEKLY TIMES BY JUNE 1ST. THIS IS WHY THE OFFER IS MADE. THE COMPLETE SET CONSISTS OF TWENTY- FIV E NO VE LS : I. Waverly, 2. Ivanhoo, 3. Konilworth, 4. Guv Manw...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

S COURT. o Hear Evidence uments. Times Bureau, ) chunk, Salem, Va. f rning at 10:30 o'clock a citizens assomblod in the hear tho evidence and the case of the common ames F. Sliephord, charged bezzlomont of 8500 bolong . Strouse & Co., but on ac tho absence of a witness the postponed until 2 o'clock in moon. At that hour the Court was crowded with spectators, available space in the gallery ho stairs loading theroto was up. o jury impannollod to try this case ited of A. J. Donner, JamOsOwons, lam Barnett, W. H. Burch, E. P t, J. G. Tinnell, S. K. Ferguson, P. Deaton, N. B. Doaton, Creed ?ris, A. J. Donit and Alexander /bs68. In the absenco of Commonwealth's Attorney Hansbrough, Jacob S. Baer, of me Salem bar, conducted tho prosecu don of Shepherd, whoso counsel was '^/oL G. W. Hansbrough. Shepherd was brought in, and it was remarked by many that ho was looking remarkably well. Shepherd is appar? ently between 25 and 30 years of ago, and during his imprisonment a slightly red,-, am...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

Ish cn?f-u.*7t_? i right rind natural lverso in German, !igc correctly. Ho Judition of his busi crop3 apparently as see and walk. F.ists of his wife, ono jd, and who has rc family from Kansas, |iow working in Wash E>n, a strong, healthy ho manages the farm and taiily wero formerly very Jived considerable assist fencl3 und neighbors, but havo saved their earn? ing man has raised good low they have purchased a tor four thousand dollars, [ thousand dollars cash, and to remove their father to (?able quarters. jn seems contented and pcr ^gncd to his fate. His family Attentive and endeavor to make Kcusant as circumstances wUl CYS DISPENSED WITH. iho )W iro fpro ~?ave ?BiiiLu. ?. vuls meet [?st bo A-ith che organiza jat a gOfltion would ovi l cost of A and. vory prob T. ... .operation; two-thiroimnt,nd that tbig Vhat trinued and authorized !u pavingi this State who aro two-third?chanical, mining or s, architects, geolo against ahiuo havo shown them Imount asrt engineers in practice or i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

togs an?get jen tho condue iornlng just ask of Pottsvlllo, ig went off last j, and you needn't j telegrams which line asking for Y. Sun. GOOD NAME. ly Hunter?Come back hero, yon Havo you gone crazy? Tho idn't use to be afraid of a gun.? i Days. Slck-Ded Strategy. Polly (prim, positive and vine j)?Miss Lightfoot, I am going out day. When my brother awakes, him that if he insists upon being rerse, unreasonable and unmanage le may be in your charge for weeks Pretty Trained Nurse (demurely) [es, ma'am. rhe Invalid (feebly but triumphantly) iank Heaven 1 My littio plan is forking. I'll stay sick.?Pittsburgh ulletin._ New Mother-in-Law Joko. Son-ln-law?I can't understand why ie comic pupcrs show such bad taste \ constantly to publish jokes about the [ jnother-in-lnw. Mother-in-law ? It is really tho 'greatest injustice, and I am glad to find ft man at last who? Sbn-in-law?Yes, it is the greatest in? justice! A man is glad when he can, for a momjpt, forget his mother-in-law, iptinujiliy re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

"VT ICE room wit J-M Jefferson. LOST AND ITtOUND?A purse. . same by calling o & CO., 21?.) Salom proving proporty. QITIZENS" NATIONAL TltKASURY Dki'artv Office of Comitkoi.leb kkncy, Washington, Mar Wboreas by sntisfact presented to tbo mulors been made to appear tha zens' National Hank of Ro city of Roanoke, in tbo noko, in thn State of V plied witb all of tbo pr statutes of tbo United to be complied with-b tion shall be authori tbo business of bankin Now tboreforo I, (2 Comptroller of tbo Ci certify that "Tbo Hank of Roanoko," noke, in tho count Stuto of Virginia, is monco tbo busine vided in sectio sixty-nine of tbo United S In test! hand and s March, 119 mar 15 KE, VA., MA*iTcTi 19, ^?91. JHE TIMES can be lound regularly on rllo at the following placets: Roanoke--George Oravatt, Jr.; M. L. lith's, Hotels Roanoke, Continental and tonce De Loon. Radford, Radford Inn. ?ulaokl--Maplo Shade Inn. ?lueflold-Bluoflold Inn. jjcahontas?Pocahontas Inn. lorfolk and Western and Shonandoa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

and Spl but what is lrfJ k is eaten by plontyl course, tho law!"l us in such things IMoses for health pv ,t was a good while fbody eats porknow Juse they do not respect thoirl I know of one instance thaCT . only a few days ago of a young prow who took home somo quails ^he had bought in market, hut his ^.^puld not cook, them because L^ad been shot. One reason l^are so healthy is that they pay ^sanitary laws, and thoir fa consideration. Thoy !g.nd drinkers, though, |p.oying life." ]fiods of butchering in ,er from thoso of En :"he difference is in tho y per cent, of European "sod. I have followed IP Germany-,1 and have been U ' for thirty years, and I ,Jjjj,/ay that not two per cent. f /cattle i aro diseased. In ', otock aro kept in tight drder to fatten them quicldy. ot know what it is to get pure fresh grass. Butchers thcro en who inilute the lungs of aU .lied, and if the skin is not air i meat is condemned and sold as ed meat. Other persons buy it, -ipr the Hebrews. In tho United '*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

THE S CASE. The Jury UrjableTo Find a Vei diptf Yesterday. The Roanoke Times Hureav, ) HoTJ^l. Luoeune, Salbu, Va. j . Another thronging crowd assembled in tho Court IIouso yesterday to hear tho conclusion of tho Shophord case. It was tho intention of Col. Iiansbrougb on Monday not to put his client, Shep? herd, on tho stand, but yostorday morn? ing Shepherd was oxamined. Ho testi? fied that ho camo from Mobile, Ala., to Salem and approached Mr. Strauso in regard to working with him in tho in? surance business. Ho said bo was a partner in tho business and had de? posited in all ?830 in tho bank, 15 per cmt. of which, ?120, was tho commis? sions di:o to C. R. Strouso &Co., agents. Tho balanco was tho property of tho in? surance companies. Half of tho S120 was his, Mr. Shepherd maintained. Ue further stated for the first two months of tho partnership Mr. Strouso had agreed to allow him (Shepherd) tho first ?50 of tho commissions monthly. In regard to tho ?500 he is accused of embe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

YOUR WIFE WELL? IB WOMEN OF AMBRICA IE THE LARGEST Consumers of s. s. 3. IT NEVER PAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY ? 8MFKVERI8HED BLOOD OR THE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. OVER TEN THOUSAND ;' OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY ^TESTIFY TO THIS. $ Don't fall to send for our book oa blood diseases. Mailed free. Swot Sfkclfjo Co., Atlanta, Ga JAPANESE i '? v A guaranteed Curo for Files of whatever kind or degroo?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $100 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of price. We guarantee to cnre any case of Files. Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, sole agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won dorful medicine is be \\AaSSr cculso it has never 1,1 .'W I failed in any instance, no matter what the disoaso, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease I known to tho human ' systom. Tho scientific men of to-day cla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

A WOBKING WOLF. it Does the Churning' for a Farm? erV Family. (Xh* Strange Manner In "Which the Ani? mal TVss Reared and Taught to Perform HI* Labors on the Farm. Any one, who may visit Richard Cun jiungham's farm, which lies pretty weU 'up in the Blue mountains in the north [.eastern part of this county, says a Pitts j burgh paper, will see a sight tho like of iwhich was probably never seen any | where in this country before. ? It is an immense black wolf?one of jthe last of its race in this State?with ieyes that glare fiercely nt all who corno jnear him, with the exception of jFarmer Cunningham himself, and ac? companying his glare with savage 'growls, and yet meekly treading tho tmonotouous round of a churning ma? chine, liko somo household dog or old ewe sheep. Thia, pcrformanco of a menial service by tho wolf, singular as it is, is by no means tho strangest thing about him. lie has a history. Last spring, a year ago, Farmer Cun? ningham discovered that something was carrying of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

Fe roanoke times. SRI" MORNOTq, bxobpt monday. ROANOKE times publishing CO., PuM Isncrs and Proprio tore. Times building, Chlr4 ?Vouuo and Ftret st root, south??t. - t telephone number 124. HB . VI?* Timks is delivered In ?oanoke, Saloui OR?d ?hiton every ?omtng by carriers for 60 -" ifis por month. the _ OYS TERMS, BY MATL, (Postag? Prepaid.) Jally, ono montn ,.f-60 ? " three raorrtfhs . lJj| DF " elx months . ? ? ? ? ? i'22 ** ono yoar . . . ' ? ? ? AU papers seift -out of the cffty must bo paid for Invariably fm&dvance. W TTPE "WEEKLY TIMES. I Thk Wbkkt/t Times, containing tho nows of _ /the week tn amoro condonnod form, ono yoar, ffl.OOlnaOvaneo._ Advertising -rates maao known on appllca y*?- -: IItems of mom communications, etc, should bo addressed'to tho Editor of Tnn Timks. RomTttanecs, hy express, money-order, reff- , lstcrci letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad ^ dressed and-made paynblo to ^ THE HO'ANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING OO. j Roanoko, Viraima. EntoTPd at tho Postoff...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

Reproducing' the Dome of tho Heavens on" Plates. Bow the Instrument* Are manipulated to Securo tho Negative of a Star?In. foresting Information Concern? ing tho Art. Prof. James H. Keclcr, who Is con? nected with tho Lick Ohservntory in California, gave an interesting lecturo at tho rooms of tho Camera Club In Now York the other evening upon astronom? ical photography. lie said, observes a Pittsburgh Dispatch writer, that as? tronomical photography prcsonted few diflici?tics, and that moro kuowlcdgo of astronomy was required than of photography by the observer; In other words, that the ratio between the two ,wos about three parts of astronomy to one part of photography. If, however, a photographer should attemx?t to photograph a star he would find that his imago would bo blurred, owing to the movement of tho object during tho exposure; therefore it was necessary that the instrument must be kept in motion in keeping wiiii tho mo? tion of the star, and the apparatus for ?photographing...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 18 March 1891

(Continued fram first Fago.) ^drawn from tho oonforence without 0 deliberation, having failed to pass <Q required examination, lie went on say that this was incorrect, as Mr. tapp would have asked to bo located i.d ho passed. Rev. John C. Jones was granted a S>al relation at his own request for the ;tfrposo of preparing himself nioro :.?roughly for tho ministry. Tlho special committee, to whom tho I'turo from tho general assembly of Presbyterian Church recommended ' t the*conference instruct tho socre ? / T to ponvoy the sympathy of the con f ico with the movomont, this being jjpnly action tho conference could tho Gcnoral Conforenoo being the x ;r and proper ecclesiastical body to ~~ definite action in this matter. report of the joint board of [.ce the collections for the bishops to be 81,601, for superanuated shers 87,890, for education SI,283 for Bible cause S193. CLOSING TIIK WORLD'S FAIR ON SUNDAY. he report of tho committee on Sab j^h was submitted and read. The re 5t dep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

H I x 11. ,fR: - ri |W ?.. .n I ai ? ? ?'?, .0 I a,' V -'0 ? m . O' M lit <1 00 ll ? 3 111 in r in 1 "I pi ipj ?e I spi or n . on, i i no erj 5Q the fovt lay nur iok< yd. :laz ; h . ?poi id a t co y< ng 1 irni rcid tra Th. nrir rol ING in? S|AM OR HOT WATE] 'SfDDY & DtTNIyAP ROANOKE, "SfA, fofe-ood2,w TRUSTEES' SAliES ^d TjfcTKK'S SALE-Hy Virtue or a doctl I trust executed to mo by C. O. Mur~ invited December 21(1889. and of record In t wJi k'H oilifo of tho Hustings Court for tho , i\\lt! Ifcarin'ko. Virginia.' In dco<l book 27, imS'). to secure to J. Thomas Gibson tho imy fivWiv/tho sum of three hundred and thlrty thi/lfllur? imd thrivty-threo and one-third ceiwvIdou'ccU by two corialu negotlablo notes do/ bcoombor 21, IS??, arid payable in one iii/trn years rcspocUvolyilrom December 21. Vilich of whioh notos Is for tho sum of one hired and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six' and tfthirds cents with Interest from dato uutil ,1, und default havimr t>u'oii made in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

1 J6VBBY MORNING, BXCBPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Putoltenora and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, third avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 12*. Tpb Times Is delivered In Roanohe, Salem ?nd Vlnton every morning by oarrlors for 60 oeivts per mouth. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) D#Jly, ono month ,.$ -BO " three mouths. " 8lx months . .... s.W *? ono year.0M> All papers sent out of the city must bo paid for Invariably In advaneo. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of the week In a more condensed form, one rear, fl;O0 In advance. _, Advertising rates maae known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of The Times. 1 Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, ohequo, or draft, should he ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Vlrsrlnia. Entered at the Postofflco at Roanokc ae eoo ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., MARCH 20, 1891. THE TI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

TIGER. Ruled tho Dolt a i* Nile. t O?S Subjects tho of Uli Lifo?Uta Darbarltlea mos. being louuu c Turkish gTandee, unrried a daughter amerous anecdotes pt, says tho New id, it is said, a tamo at tho foot of his gh mild toward Its itly ferocious to tcr metlmeshe allowed s, calling It off. per? is ahout to kill tho sn governor of tho df on tho simplicity of his manners and from European hab nring the period of ho upper country a ior woman of a littlo i, not foreseeing the implaint before the d her to point out the ig done, tho soklicr laid upon the ground oed open. The milk uis 6totnnch, the Bey paid the complainant, and. dismissing her, observed: "The robber has been punished; but had he been discovered to bo Innocent tho snmo punishment would havo awaited you." It was tho custom of this barbarian, who always moved surrounded by tho terror of arms, to rido abroad accom? panied by a number of mamelukes (or domestic slaves), each of whom carried 'a thousand sequins in his girdle, that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

MORSE'S ISLAND. & Strange Life of a Former Res? ident of San Francisco. Ke Reigns Supremo Over the Island, of . Sophia in the Faclflo Ocean, Willen, with. Ills Title Ho Um Furchasod. ?s&id all the trouble which Is at (present worrying tho islanders of tho ?south Pacific there is poaco in plenty on 'one of the isles, says the,San Francisco (Chronicle. There guano flourishes in jUntold quantities; there aro cocoanuts plenty al enough for armies of apes to ipl^f huso-ball with, and the natives are (absolutely friendly with one another, ilrnowing not tho hideous war-club. iTbo little Eden referred to is known on every navigator's chart of the Pacific as Sophia island,ami the modern Adam who holds sway in it is a former San Fran? ciscan named J. II. Morse. lie is rex, chief, lord, or whatever other title has pas*?d to bun with the island. : The isle is his by purchase, and hi3 Toyal title, like many others, was ob? tained for money. When he bought .tho island King Morse discovere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

Physi je. \\% suffered for; ff from ge Tried ? ? V* 'lacreaaed Ii ?u v q; It is th jw of. 1IAHAX.bt 1 ty, Ind Bond f.- Jd and BMn Disea Swift Speciwu w., J. ita, Ga, JAPANESE A guaranteed Coro for Pilos of whatover kind or degroo?External, Internal, Blind or Blooding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Horoditary. $1-00 a box; G boxes, $5.00. Bent by mail, propaid, on reooipt of price. We guarantee to euro any caso of Pilos. Guarantood and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful mcdicino is be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy I to tho simplest disease known to the human ' system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every diseaso is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates tho nicrobes and drives them out of tho syssem, and when that Is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the diseaso, whethe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 20 March 1891

Our friends and patrons will find us now at No. 30 Campbell Street. With tho arrival of spring our busi? ness requires moro spacious and con? venient quarters. Thoso wo havo fonnd with tho Now Book Store. Call and see us thero. D. S. MEADOWS & CO. !HyTii?afiTig( And now is tho time to buy real estato if you wish to realize some of tho hand? some profits that will bo made hero this summer. Wo give you below some moro special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Roanoko streets; price 88,000 each. House and lot, Campbell street, next to Greene Memorial Church; price 59,200. House and lot, corner of Park street and Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price $5,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmor stroet, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; price 51,050. Nice and cheap. Businoss lots on Jefferson street and Salom avenue. Residence lots in all parts of tho city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy forms. Lot 30, section 10, Molrose Addition, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

greatest offer ever * IX.?NO. 159. A HOUSE?Why do you pay ^t when you can bo paying for m homo with but little more each / Wilbur S. Tolo & Co., have )usoa just completed in Bolrnont m nicely finished containing six wfor 81,800 each. Tbreo hundred I cash and 830 por month without t. If the cash payment is too m V a good man desiring to own his .mo this can bo adjusted by call ur oflioe. _VILBUR S. POLE & CO., ms 3 and 4 Excbango Building. /LOTS FOR SALE. ?nilf'00 FEET, SITUATED ON N. J?8MLMER ST., CORNER MONROE \ ?ET. flCE 8000 AND 8700 EACH, X }. Ik BALANCE ONE AND TWO RS. APPLY TO . ARTER, CAMPE & COMPERT, fO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. { a DON'T FORGET f i flOP AT NO. 21 CAMPBELL ST Opposite Postoillco, JD GIVE US A LIST OF YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT. Vo aro daily receiving letters of in q 'ry from investors for bargains in noko real estate. ~ Renting and collecting of rents a lvf. PROVES & COON, i 1 Estate, Renting and Collecting Agents, 21 Campboll St., opposito P....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

SALEM FINE HORSES. fome of the Blooded Stock of Salem. The Roanoke Times Bureau, ) Hotki, Lucerne, Salem, Va. J Salem has moro flno horses for its size than any other city in Virginia. The Times correspondent yesterday visited C. R. Queen's livory stable, where Trainer J. T. Snydor, formorly with Williams' in Roanoke, showed him the Intelligent, long-maned beauties of Salem. By far the handsomest team in Salem is Firebrand and Prlnoo, two sleek, white-ankled bays,oight-yoar-olds. Both theso horses aro proporty of C. B. Strouse. Firebrand, a bay stallion, with white bind ankles, was sired by Limerick, by Aberdeen, by Risdyok's liambletonian, out of Kate, by imported Trustee, etc. His dam was Black Bess, by Undo Vic, by Lexington, out of Dolly Carter. Black Bess' dam was Black Hawk, by Hunter's Lexington, out of a Black Hawk mare whoso dam was by Andrew Jackson. Aberdeen, Firebrand's grana 8iro, is the sire of Alabastar with a record of 2:10, and of Hugh McLauch lin with a record of 2...

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