MEN OF MARK.
affairs; is a close reader and a thorough student of polit¬
ical economy He has been a life-long Republican and is a
man of whom his race should feel proud, for he is a stal¬
wart defender of their rights. The genial colonel has a
big heart and enjoys sport as much as any one; indeed he
is specially fond of horse-flesh, and can relish a fine animal
as only a native Kentuckian knows how.