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THS CURR0KT. WM. II. MULLAHE omclal paper ol Eddy Count;. JIL Hill' IH I .Published every Saturday it CrlbCi I.( dU enured and ettti mall matter SATf IIDAY, Ski-t. IB, IWW. iJUBlMJIllrTION HA.TIS. WjlCXtY-Br mall tr amim 11,00. BJ, saillper til meoltii 11,00. Jk Democratic Ticket. I'or l'rvaldcnt WILLIAM .). JIHVAM, . of Nebraska, KorjVlce-President, AiiliAl K. STKVKNSUN, of Ililnolr. Itetireaenlatlve llth ljsllattvn Ahpiii str. U. .1. IIATMMArt. r Probate Judge, A.WAKIAK Olilias. FSr'rtibateOlgrk, w ii. owns. HSrTrraiurrr nnd OBllealer, J. 1). WAIiKKIt. Hr flliiirln, M. 0. 8TBVA11T. PorHUperlnuiiilent ol PuMleHsheoU, It. I. Kllllll. ,iwr Aiimor, J08. 'X. t'ANNIMI J'N-OHMinlMltoiiar, irtmrlatNo i, J. . JAMKB. YorOumtHliileiiof, DUtrlet i.."'4' unoiioit MFii-cot. , WostwmtMlener. DIMrSet N . N, W. WKAVK1U Collpse and Star. Well Casing and Piping. Tin and Galvanized . . . Iron Work. Unlranltod iron Olitcrns built to ordor. O lv ua.n call and get our prlcci. Tracy & McEwan. proceed on tight lino to plan victory Ilittntil of Inviting dofont. mid shall so )iuK' our course of policies as to deserve the support of tho' great Independent ntul conservative forifH of this State always nit Important factor In our elop- mm mill thu thousands of Jtrtiubll- (mini dissatisfied Willi tlio arbitrary machine rule of thrlr party wo ennnot only rcscuo tlio Empire xtnto from further llepubllcnu control, but enn glim our electoral voto for our gallant national stnndarU bearer William Jennings Hryan. "Wlillo disagreeing with Mr. Hryan In some matters, I now not reiterate thnt I earnestly desire his citation. "Tlio llile la with u. The skies nro becoming brighter every day. Let us then nil work together ontliuslatloally for the cause una victory U within our reuah." nuisance. If n simple notification would bo nil thnt was necessary to have the poles moved nil would bo well, but It seems legal action In geuerally no ccssnry. H&r Surveyor, II. a. NYur.YKn. t'haves I Dona Ann U) Urant 12 Lincoln 0 Otero Shu Jtiuu Sniitu 1'e 12 Socorro II Union 5 . . I Democratic Territorial Convention. . HmitnlV X. M., Auk. 18. 1100. Ily. direction of thu democratic ter ritnrfal central comiulttoo of New Mex ico a deniouratle (i-rritqrlul delegate convention In hereby railed to -bo held in thu city of .Sunta Fo on Thursday, the Ithdny of October. IWW, at two o'clock ii.'ni.'on nld ilay. for the pur pone of itoiiiJhuWng a candidate for delegate ly the B7th congress of the UnltM States, ami nucIi other business a niiiy cotiif iMjfore the eoiiveiitlon Tiit following Ik the repretientatlou to which each county In entitled In imid convention: Jlernullllo 21 Colfnx 12 riddy a tU(ulalupe I Aloru II Hln Arriba II Sim llRiiel 22 Storm ft Tno 10 Valiinela. . . All democrat)), ooutiervntlvu, reform force mid nil eltlxeim ol New Mexico who Ixiltove In the prluelplw eimnolnt oil hi the platform adoptml by the de ipomtle national oonveutloii hold at Kanitni City on duly I, lUXl.arn cordial ly Invited to lmrtlulpato In the election of delegate to Mild convention. Ciiaui.iw T. Hahi.ky, Chairman A. II. Hilniiiian, Secretary. ThokU of ourtepubllcuii friends who hayo beutn llatterliiK theinsulvui on IHiHdlile defection of 1I1II and C'rokor lit New York will not read the follow lug with much Mtlafaetloii. Kx-Seu ntnr lllll It a wood democrat and Is, as thu followlnu' exereptM from u recent nkmIi at ilerkmcr X. V. mIiowh iIoIuk uomI ork for Jlryan: -Our uhihIIiIiUh reiireteut the Inter (ta u( Uie uvcrHue man the plain doo pjoyf the coiiiitrv the farmer, the mwinnlc and the laborer. Thu luuivs ihto r an very plain uud cannot be inlmniilemtaod. "One wrty fuvor large standing ttrmlM, liBineiHie public (xpftndlttirwf. n KoveruinMit of Kramleur and ningiilll 'cetwy. high imifectlvc turllfs, a llntlsh ooHiit;ij policy, Kreat rambluatloiii of ooriwrntH wwilth and a centrullttx! gov erMljHi'W rhoHMlHY (itfrty fuTon a oontlit iwime of tilt, pluln ami Hlinide uveru meMt uf tmr fntlmn, iiuultr uiihII tutu Itmltwt to the artual uwndtle of ikft (Mvefniuent. tariff taxaWn for mAk only, an army 'for de leirte himI ilt for conquest, couietltlmi ill . bualiiwis fte fmm inononhth wiRWHntlona. fffi . . . I. . . . .i , J e penrxv an' upihhhhi iu ion euv- ernioi, which is our constitution. tutloual rltrht to mi up a MHouial syatem than It has to create a kingdom. The foreign policy of the prem-nt itutlotial adiHliilstmtiou box brtii weak, alilfty, IntHiiMlsteut uud uiUxflttstlc, ami the Ixtt thought of the eullrtry- the bost students of his tur) the linut InteJIIgent of Amerieatt ureuKKlust It. "UHr twrty has always been the true ami genuine frieml of labor and aided at every op;ortuulty the efforts of wtjrkingtHOU to Imnrove their condition Put vko Irst time In our iwtioiUl his- lorv a iHtihtcul iwrty Ims inrwrrWrated Ih Its (Mttutwl idatform the iriutlon of a utuwrtmeiit or wwur with n swru'x'y Uffffef , ailowsd a mt lu tbe cabltrnt o( ui) niesWeot. x'b ItewocrtUu nut- fuCQi WVi tbit iLUOVstlWi t& list hiu-mt f UUt, Bud wby tbooW it cot If wH&munii Mi" rf,M ' ' ' ' Ah the no-called republican conven tion endorsed a large ortloit of the democratic ticket, commissioner, dork, Judge and surveyor nud placed demo units on the ticket fur three of the other olllces It might be reasonable to ask the Argus to specify who the men arc It means when It makpu Its extrn vlgnut chnrgu of extravlgant form of county government. Thu facts are that the Argun knows there Is no blame attaching the board of county commis sioners whatever nud that If surh men as II. , Tnnslll and 11. S. Jlcns would i entt-r their property for taxa tion to the full amount the rate of tax atlou'wbuld bo less than half what It Is I. ," shnme nud a dlsgnice to novr. Jt is . i... , see n tuibllo jouninl coiitrollea u. dodgers nssaultlug honest olllclals who reiMler over ten times uie perccniui-e oi iroperty owned liy them for taxation inn docs such men as the g neral manager of the company which owns the Argus. It is tax dodging that tins canned high taxes and not altogether extravlgance. Hut whatever extrnvl- gauce may be justly charged and what ever funds were siiuuudcrcd lies at the door of the l I. fc I. company and re publicans of Kddy county who run the county Into debt. Let those who make extravlgant charges examine the re cords of the county. The books show where the funds come from and wh. they went. Referring to the remanding of the Hall murder cade foi a new trial the llecord of Koswoll said: The supreme coin t would never have Gotten an onmirtunfty to mm niton the ttise ii suen action imu oecu auuciisu ed " and that "If surh ait Ion bv the sit preme court Is to lie geueruliy expected we m ir it Just as well cose tin our courts of justice." Comments of the character of tin nbovo might be heard and expouted among the riff nitf of society, the hood lums and toughs, but einluatlng from a public journal printed In a Inw abld lug community, a medium always ex pected to stand up for law nud order, the remarks occasion not only surprise, hut among law abiding people a feeling akin to sorrow thnt a paper can so far forgut the position It occupies as to not only countenance but to suggest lynch lug. The Hall case wits one In which two gamblers were at outs nud one killed the other. The supreme court undoubtedly reviewed thu evidence nnd wm forced to remand the caso on purely legal grounds. The court, had no Interest whatever In Hall. The ilnli ense has been too much tried by the proM. Messrs. I'rceman it C-amer on, Hall's attorneys, felt called iikiii during the pMidlutr of the onse hi the supreme court to protest against news paper liitcfcrcnec lu the cab. Let the law take Its course, 'i no cuitititNT does not believe In carpet bag rule, or lit other words, the principle of appointing peoplo from the stales Jo nil federal ylllee In the terri tories. Tlio principals wrong and the jMiiuuLu mikioki long ago nave been abolished. While somo very -worthy men hnve received appointments to federal olllco In this and ithec tcrrl lories they should never have been al lowed to hold their olllce. Public sentiment should hnve either driven Ilium back to tholr eastern homos, or a uniteii ooycoil Hlumhl have yecu Inau gurated sd as to liiakellfe unendurable here. No matter how Denial or hImik- ant alt Individual may be. he. should not no allowed lo live here us an Imported ollldjal, fortho prliiajpje Is wrougnud the one which drove the southern peo pie to expel tho. carpet bagger with six shooters and shot guns. Mh'o cartwt baggers" should be the motto of Puorto KIco tutd all the territories of tho union. Cueral Lew Wallace thu author f Jlen Hur," or tho story of n Christ, lias renounced tho MoKluloy cast of politics. The man who can conceive of tho beautiful characteristics of a Christ life ns ho can, nnd weaVo tlieM i..... it., in i . . ... ."JW ll H!W VUliraciors ns ho UIU, enn sco no traits of Chrlntlnnlty lu the man who would Christianize tho world with mauscr rllles uud gatllug guns. Wlio writer who enn picture the wroii of HomAii Imperialism as V,o can will see no tcnehlugs of tho lowly Nnzarlne in tho policy or Imperialism, MiiKlnley Is n marked feature of tho spirit of government pictured lu the scones that made gnlley slave of Jlen Hur.- Ognl alia (Neb.) News. i tie penpw an' upHwt eminent acquiring ter m to be goreniwi by o It (Htm no uiore cwnstltul MassnchtiscttB allows no one to voto who cannot road nnd write nnd no pauper oan voto lu that stntc. In Ver mont no definite tight to the ballot exists and the citizen Is at tho mercy of tho bonrd of civil authorities In his town, No onu who has not obtained tlio "approbation" of tho board enn vote, Accordingly every one of tho 110,000 North Carolina negroes could. be disfranchised in Vermont. The "jinhasan excellent ynukoe prece dent tor shutting out tho Illiterate. Durango (Colo.) Democrat. The linn of Prewlt & Ferguson of thu Pecos Times dissolved lust week, Mr. Ferguson purchasing Mr. Prewlt's Interest lu the paper, "lied" will con duct the sheet In tho future, as n second Peck's Sun. the first plnco tho territorial .lory Is quite high: secondly, In order to pro vide funds to pny the ordinary expenses of running the county nnd paying tho Interest on the bonds created by repub lican county olllctnls, n certain levy Js necessary to be mode each year to jiay these bonds nn they shall become due. if the able committee who drcwuj) this .$ plnuorm win explain lo uio opam oi county commissioners some way or maimer by which the rata, and levy of taxation can be reduced, fly would bo very ghul to receive It, as yio present board of county commlsslotiejit arc ns much Interested In tho reduction of. tnxutloiim'riuy other citizens tit the; county. Since the present bonrd of county vdntinlsslouors hnve hall ohargo of rfouiiiy affolrs Uiecuuuty ifls paid all elali'jii lu full and now stands out of tlu.ll, except debts contracted by former borijs of county comuiMlonors vlected by n republican corporation. Any one wh) will take thu trouble to look tho .matter up will see that thu assessed ns wiill ns tho market value of real estate has decreased greatly lu value in the last few years which reduced nssessed value would make the levy quite high, and It Is n wonder the county stands ns well llunnclnlly as it now stands, con sidering the enormous criminal expen ses, It Is n very easy matter for a two-by-four newspaper to make assertions, but facts are different things. A per son would wonder why the g.o. p. would Humiliate democrats for olllce, but at their county convention they endorsed the democratic nominee for commis sioner lit the first district, nominated a democrat In the second district and Jlualty prevailed on n republican In tho third district to allow himself to be Klaiight-red. X. Cl'NNINtlllAM. Koyarrl. Wright Taxidermist . A . ft k ansDHU, in, i i. LeavaerdtrstTracr&McKwan's, X : ...V .'lliiilL..! J"JL-4- . Dfftlsr Is Ice and Wholesale Beer, Aipnt toe Brewing compan Bcbliu ndf,AniieuirDuKk g cojapaaie u, a ''I'.l .U-L-l'-X. The Delinquent Tax List 1699'. rounts .ti than $25.00 . p, ... of knownnd unknown owners of real estate and personal roperty or Eddy coun, Nwr. Mexico, as levied and anesied against said property tor the year IKW, now duo thereon and unpaid, and nmountinf in the aggregate in each case to less than S26.00. Name oi Owner. 8o Oticrlptlon or Lot TP. hit Itg. Tax Pro Coat Amt Deeman.0. W e(w4,. coiner, r,. ii Karoritjri'I froiier.J B.... mvtnsad ... ;pchran, WP prmonal up. Ci citmcoti M si ilCit ... 1 prooal. .Mraonal . M ae(. ... prnonal , . .pertoonl. 31 Si Froat. J 0... , 'lrit National Uaoket KJdy. Ocrhart, l VI..., nantrord Land A cattle Co. ...bertoonl Hog, L N Binclnwi.. nwi nwt...... ptraonal tlardtn. nr...... ptronal...... insertoji, Mr It a uvo ad... InReraoll. n B , . Jottoo, Matilda Eddy orl.... Klrcher. mil 11 18 n 6 4 t 4 4 10 .1 Unknown oiottnwt... 19 wiiwi t MoDonnld, S T oertonal Jotty.MaryO Htoven d... II iiviii, Aiaiiio ..... Hmlth, w parsonal Xn?nv w," ptrtonal ..... Witt, O W )nw nwi... SI Welch, T J nwi awl m IIJRWI 1 II.IIN.I, I UIJ ., Miller, J. U perionat. MpntKomyr. n 8 nti swi... Mlnlx, 0 K.. peMonal . Mnn, ArcbU Lowe ad.. Miller. Mil personal , 1 n'...,H..M ... 1 Murray, MJ Wdyrlg... If the Argus really wished to Im prove the lluanccs It would print the mimes of men who are notorious tax dodgers. It could employ n detec tive to ferret out tux dodgers. It could prosecute tax dodgers. Talk of extra vlgnucu Is bosh compared to the crimes committed by tax dodgers. Republican Lies Nailed. In reading the republican comity platform us well as the editorials lu the Argus we Hud 11 great ninny errors lu lu their statements. It condemns the Injudicious and extravagant oxpendl lures of county funds during the past two yearn by the present boArd of couu ty commissioners, also states that such expenditure entailed the waste or pub lie money and caused u high nud crush ing rate of taxation, etc. We would ask the parties who drew up this plat form lmw this high rate of taxation original! I A glance at II record will show that It originated trout re publlcttii county commissioner's actions lu former years. A glance at the bonds isued lu the past will show what party was responsible for their issuance and tin- cause of tho Indebtedness. The following are the amounts for which six per cent bonds were Issued, to-wlt Nov. an, S9, lor current ripcnta SS VMira. July I, IMU. court liou.oaiKl Jail, W July I, im. Unsold eounty ludobl- ST.IWO.M 99,099.00 io.es rasr. I.OOG irH. 3I.VIV.W The greatest curse of a telephone, elec tric lighter other fuiirhlso, Is the fact that the private eitlseu is apt to ho Im- puMdiiHMi by the eumpuiilM. Few eltlzens will wunplaln or Ixieome In volved In controversy until iwllsnee dmim lu U a virtHe. Pum are tow- times set In alleys ami 4iices where they are a imumucc. The wires Inter fere with house moving, hauling big loads ami at times are dangerous as -was demonstrated when the wires were blown down and killed u hone driven ny Dr. Wright. It might have been a person hihI It whs only luck it was mil. in. grunting a frttuehUo all eautioii should be observed ami the oxorleuu of other towns obtained. Polos should be so jUnoeU us not to Interfere with the rights of property owners. Several eleotrlo light poles are at present stand ing in alleys so as to bo u continual da, ' ysan Jan. :. 15HI. brtdM boiuliL as Au :, isrt. rtoatliiK Indstitsd under net scad Ik- aHetnbly Telalnifiiinterimna. .. Ill, ON. 3a Thu last Issue of IhjiiiIs was Issued to ludlvldutils holding rjnluis against the eounly up to and including May 1st, ISU7, and by Imtklng at the claim regis ter In the probate clerk's olllce It will bo seen for what ami to whom the last Issue of IhhiiIs were Issued, lite records will also show that those extravagant claims were allowed by it repuulHitu Umru of county cemml stouers, or a beard elected by a rupubll can foriHiralUHi. An examination of the claims will show tlmt this last issue of bonds, amounting to over 8I,(XXUX), was not ImsumI to sty fur any public Improveineuts whatever, but solely to wy ordinary claims flhsl by Individuals In excess of what was collected during tlnwe years t pay claims. The repub lican platform also sptwks of the ex cessive and bunleiuroine rule of taxa tion which prevents the Investment of oapltHl. etc It u certainly not the fault of IIik present board of county couiiiilssluuers that this nVthe ease, lu HOUdd und Mot twin wi awi... owl uw(.. noticl... nwl.net... nelnwi.. net nwi... awl awi.. nwi awi.. Walter natkett net aei.., ... Unknown..,, nei net nwi net net nwi nti ei niaelari.,... awl el ..... , lott . li 9 it 19 a ?i l IS 19 IV It 11 IT SS II II ye 4 ii Si M IS 10 10 11 :i 63 an u 33 33 3C II II x & M 34 33 IS ca 19 u it XI Ii II II n St IS S7 w to St an :u a 29 19 IV IT in rt n Si is n.ei s.u j.es is e, CIS 9,10 91 8.1S 4. VI 1I.U 8.93 9.BJ I.M 4.10 3.69 l.lrt 1.11 a. li 9.57 V.W lT.fO 1.08 10,81 I.M 10. IT 4.ST i.'S 8,10 6.IS f. sa 8.H CW I.W VJ 91 ST W 93 92 VI 91 W ?:a 1.81 T.n 3.ST 18.11 3. ST S.tO fl.TS 8,01 lo.oS t.oa The Xon u Ix1k r. There Is no denying thnt all tho loons over natciieu up to uato navo oocn "artful dodircrs'' in sunurlatlvo dcKrce, Tho (mention Is often raised whether they are quick onouglt to dodgon bullet. I unco hnd a wuldo who drow n dlitlita- iion nnlto too flno, as I thonsht. Ho olaltncd that n loon could see tho flash of v. percussion cap at tho breech or ninnz- rln londliiK ntecu and can Id dodge, lint Bilmittcd that, with tho rifle loaded like nil modern ones, at the breech, no loon could excatwi n shot rlKhtly almod. For my port, I do not believe tho Interval of tltno between tho flront tho twoouds of Uio barrel to bo niensurnblo by oyes of birds or men or anything short or a chronograph. Am to tho question, however, it is tiosslblo toTcasouwiUr tolerablo cotifl- douca Wo know tho -snood of n rlllo luillot. Call It 1,400 feet a second. I m nglue your loon at that ulttuuico or nearer. Thou reflect how slowly n bird's head must movo to nmi up inoro than a second in drotiiiluir a row Inches under wnter. Gravity nlnno would oarry it farther than that. It i oiy to boilovo that If tho wary bird happcus to bo look ing tuwnrd tho hunter tho riilu flash suggests danger. A half second would give nmplo tliuo to dodgo, provided tho action bcKnn promptly. It is snfo to say that it takes u loon's weight in lead to kill him, and wo may call it settled that, if n loan docs not dodge n ballot, at least tho lend goes down in the same holo in tho wuter. Doston Transcript. Clrrmait Tiibacounltt' Joke, Tho followliiB "rmwt upon an insnr ance company, " whloh wo find In Tho Deutsche Tabuk-Zclttmg, Is certainly just n little too good to bo true. A ouu uiug fellow, who wanted to swoko tbo bMit olgars at the ohenpest totiblo cost, bought 1,000 olgurs of the highest qual tty and corresponding price and imme diately lusured tho wholo stook. When ho had smoked tho last of them, ho do niuuded 730 marks from the iusnntneo eouipany on the grouud that the whole of bis Ineured stock, 10 boxes of elffur. had been consumed by Orel Tlie Holo ttienle outtrt deolded lu favor of the plaintiff. The company then broagbt on nation of eonsplraey ngulnst tbs smoker, noeueiuu him of harliis Inten tionally put lire to Ills own cigars and deliberately desttnyed his property. Hereupon tho tunie wise oonrt oon- dumued the insuted smoker to thr&a months' imprlaouiueuU Westmlutter Gazette, Territory of Now Mexico, County of Eddy, ns. To thu delinquent taxpayers, kuown and. unknown, in tho nbovo and forego In ir tax list, tnko notice. That 1 will otter for sale at publlo auction nt the front door oi tho court homo- in Carlsbad, Kddy county, Now Mexico, nn the (irst Monday In November, tbolntr tho llfth day th'.rcol) A. I). ItfOO, tatho highest and Lest bidder for cash, nil or the nbovo und foregoing landrrcal estato and personal property described in tho nbove designated tax llst. to-snttsfy the amount or taxes, pen alties and costs set opposite cash description, that nro now due and unpildV irom sniu owners, Known ana unxnown, upan-saiu real csmie anu personal property, and I shell continuo said sale for sixty days, or until nil of said pro perty tins been disposed of. V. F. MATIIKSON, Collector. THE aecce)cece434fcs HIS palatial now resort solicits tho pctronago oC tho people of Carlsbad a&d Eddy county, guuranloelnp 1 oourteous tmtmont nnd Drst-class service la all respeetr. We handlo only the best of nil fclrfds of rofrcBbmcnts. Tor family or medt- r) I of r leal uso tho ronouned J. S. Searcy Whisky Is raflOl oaiOOn unexcelled, as Its selection by tho U. S. gov- ernmeni uy mo u. s. Marine xioipiuii win testify, Wo ulso handlo Sherwood Purs Ilyo, tho best and highest priced of this class of goods on tho market. J. W. CONWAY, Proprietor. Worms 1 swefWVV WHITE'S CREAM VERMUFUGE KO.IWQIUMH. - SMlUISSf. 'M w i ei h v v Far 20 Ysirs Mas ltd all Worn Rimiita. W Eddy Oruz Co. What we truly and earnestly aspire to bo that lu .soiiiu sense wo are. The mere aspiratlou, by changing the frame of the mind fur the moment, realizes it- iuir. Mrs. Jauesou. AnmfuiTcenferTts. I'or 5litllf. Hell. A. USUI. THU. I'or CksmetUikairJ 1 li- r- t,y UI.-.UUC4 lo til ptlbl" ILSI ! m fun: 4io ! : lotoiy ouuiiuU.loujf uU . wi i j in dv.ulva .1 vl.rj4i ike j n.i. rrv n LAWRKMCKavna, Anderson Co. , Ky. , IS9I, TO T1IK TltADKi . . Mr brand wa selected tor uie at U. H. Marine Hoipltal At Wa.tilliRton, I). 0.. alter being ana lyzed by laooinlnont cliemiat, w. M. Mow. over eighty aeven MmtUe ol the leading brnnda oi Ken in.bv Vl.rvl.nrl mml lnn.vl vanln. It aliould ba borue In mind that In thl department oi the gor enmeitt crvlee the aaniple appear In plain bottle, without mark ol any kind, and th! dclectlon nl the Searcy WliUky two year. '99 and 'II. on It merit, over auelt a larg numuer oi promineai oranaa la a rocora inai lew ai.iuicn en uuw . ma wmer um lor the manufacture Ky,, which itand time. Thu water barrel returned. re ol thl whlaky la Irom the noted Uolllng Hprlna In Anderson county, i at a temperature ol 16 dt-area tun year round, wlili a upply luexhu I at all time clear. I will further etato that I have neior had ilngl very iteipecuuuy, J U. HUAItCY. E". fl:-elLl,3?i3c3LE!iS3I?r. And! General Fonvnvilinir Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed, Blaoksmith Coal Aiccinn ftonw'" var-. Aiiavi uonorai x onvnvuniiT 3 II g I Fresh Meats, Sausage, Qame, fe 111. S. MB3t 3k Treo Dellvary In Any Mitrkpf p-rtoro.ty. i a IIIUI llUl John Lowcnbritok, Proprietor, m G. F. A. Robertson, Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. GENERAL REPAIR WOR, F ' d and Livory Corrnl in connection. So. Onnon St.