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I i TH CIJRRKT. W.M. II. M U Lh A X K ORlolal Paper of Eddy County, raWlfViwI ww Hnlurdar at c&rtebnd, N U.t entered m rmtvtflM mull nutter ATnili.i, ) r. 1. IWX). HUllHOIIU'riON HATCH. W.KJLKLY-ni mall annum. T temper ui i t mml ...11,00. ...11.00. Democratic Ticket. Tor ('resident WILLIAM J. 1UIYA.N, of Nebraska. For Vice President, AULA I K. STBVBKSONi of Ililtiolr. For 1lrat0 t tfcnerwet 0. A t.ltltA70!.A, rardfmmiiiKii WMriott JAMita r. niNPt.it. f nitli Legislative Aerh IATKMAN. Wkidmills! .EcUpso and Star. Well Casing and Piping. Tin and Galvanized . . . Iron Work. (IntVtinfred Iron Clatorns built to order. ttlVu tin n oull nnd Rctuiir priced. Tracy & McEwan. ' PrQv"lnnMl Indebtedneasslnklus: fund Ikr atippnrt at ptUtlle schftols I J0-IW mill HI.. l..... 11.1.. ,i,M,i .... utw.u-u Hint I I I' ,I1U. 1' M.UII' IIIIUI II III' "I!""" . " , . , .... the Argus Is off Just 10 mill. In IIh ?,,.Jro"r.nM.t; ,,u,l,watlp' " , nm- Mini tntm nit' ftit iv iiiiivilte for thi' limn In county olllces. If you want the government tube run by do iiDKTtttH you must runiinvuctt nt hornet jfJUprfSiiittlveritt ror I'roWteJutlKi, ANAfff A (tnltltN. For rlmt Clsrk, W. It. OWIIS. For Treasurer ami Collector, J. I). WAMMIi. i'or BheMft, M. I'. BTRwAltT. ttiuturtntnmJeHt si l'ublefisheli. M. V. Kltlill. Ai4r, J(W. T. I'AJCKINO. FBr OsmrofmHmw, IMetriet Ns. i, J. 'I. JAMW fSrWumitfMlnnor. UUtrlct No. I, ItlHlltdK WILCOX, ffir CBmHrtWleHer. Dktrlet No I, S. W. WK.Wlllt. rSr jiHrvayor. n. a. NYMnvmt. The Argus want to know whoru the Olmiiirst oUtnlucd It information con cerning the tux ntte, This Is easy. The Ociiiii.ni obtained the list of territor ial mil from tliecnutiiy tronturer, tlie lilt of elty rates front the town recor der ami the enmity rate from the county board. Now In jirovu tliul the Argus la hi error Die following appropriation by tho county hoard, made .Inly '2nd nnd pubtlshul In the proceedings, It nKlir)Hibllld just to prove that the Argus liovrohg. , purpos'. 4 mill". W nnd Jail bunds Intercut, county iKindi-d Indalitetliic. mills. Niacin Per I.I I Per Interest on bride Imnds, as-iai .mill IK, nil court liouo and lull I "Br rami mint tirltlue lunil. 1 mill. stutenit'iit concerning the territorial levy mid off 15 iuIIIm in IU statement eon coming the county levy for Was thlnnnprrorV I'ntll the A runs cor rects Its statement It must lie granted Hint there Ih nn effort on the part of Hint sheet to wilfully misrepresent tlio county board beemisc the county hoard litis not Refit IH in elect the Argus the county printer, but Instead, selected n IffljHT of general elreulatlon. A flood Old Democrat. (loot! old democracy nnd democratic prlnol iiIch nrewlint the iieoplo want In our Kovenitneut. DemoorntN, If (hero n innii on the ticket you can't voto for don't vote axnliiNl liliu. My prnyor In, that you will nil come up In November with n good old .IcfTcrxou deniooratlu ticket, Yoiint duinourntlc, Miki: WiiJtoN. ferttirreni pppn ihjiiiU so-iw mil rvr iiikihu ion oral', i mi IV slllKI roroiurt fund. A 'mill a 1 lli.llh nillta. trRUtiport nt imblic gUool, 2M)MtJ mills rareedrt liouw repair tuml, I mill. As there have been no tax receipt h IhsuisI for I WO the Ariu in a little pre tIoui In reitfntlnK the peopl to IlKun out theli .ecolptM. And an thin U the year In which the only dllfcrcuec lit the two UbleN npAri for tho pmt three yar) In the matter of the county, It wiiild he well to atld It up hut to tee Iiotv fur from tlie faetM the Arus can depart. An will I iweu by audliiK up tho niiHiuul of the rale on the vnrlous county finidH It will be found to be Stm inatMd of 9118 ns stated by the Anrus. Then the A rutin it incorrect on tile town levy, for that In Just U.1 ccutt. on the 91(10, litfitead of fM.OO. ns (Uutwl j by the Argun, nnd if lu-cefwnry the Ol'UlilWT will piilillsli the ceililknte of the (own reeordur to tlmt effect. JUtHldM thU tho usual levlwi for Inter oU oil colioul bonds In tint iHUtded tils trleU mutt be aildisl in lli- districts. In liddy tllstrlft. which linluiles La "' iluwtaaiHl all the country adjoining ' up te the line of the Otis dlilrlct, the li'vy In HA cents on the IU nddltloual. ThoM wIki own stock ity : cents on fllh; 81(A) on the nwtMl valut of the - ittwk far a wild animal bounty fund. ' TImi Arutw Uaiirwitlie Invy for l'.KX) nt iHMH- 'I''1' i'iUti:T flKiinM the totnl fur territory, oouuty. town nnd flOfll district nt UM. Thli In Mirnet. lb oouuty bonril has, aooordliiK to the Ulrittsi table of rates publbtlwU July iiU nd IttTiwI July SihI. IU0U. nimtA the wunty levy from Hi In IM to Ih 1WU Ai tr the other ye-rn tfict Art? KtreM tho rouiity nnd town l(l?tM wily aint Akiumi the KtMy wltool dlalrlci levy In nil the whole county. jJllt tlie eoutentiou whs ngnliist what tint lmard of IUX) Imd tliniv. Now we apAl to any parson to flKtiro the nmtniut levlnl by the oouuty board nnd duly Hihllshed and coiniwru it with the Argus' statement The Arousal) state In IU table of jmbllihed raten that the territorial levy ryr WW li vi.iu.'f, um wnere it outaiii ed Its luforiMntlon lit u mystery for It might hare been better Informed had it lent Mitue one to the Ct uiiiint olllee for a copy of the tablo of rates an levied for territorial pttrKe for Wu, a fol IriWi: V, l?ddy County, N. il I (Jeloher 1. UiOO. To Tim DitJiooiiATitj VoTints or Ktiltv (Jot'NTv: SfdiiK there Is a division In the party 1 thought I would M-e if 1 could tmy something In behalf of unity. 1 have been laboring with the party for over forty years mid um an oltl war demo crat. It jmlns me to wt- party divided In Mils county and, I Im'IIcvc, the cause of division iHprhicljmlly mauufnctiired by tht) ropuhllcHli. They wpi byglu bytnlklng ttrlckery" nnd wnne demo- cratn (or those who clnlnt to be) will help the U,iing alpug by the same cry of "trickery" ir tIiik." it keeps on gnlng. Now deiiMirrnli, J will refoirya.tt Uick to Ibltf), when the national enjtoutlou Ixiltetl. The republican party had their wire-workers nt work In the. noutli and they dually succeeded in what they aimed to do and that was to get n bolt. The republican Hturlcil corrupt nnd Is so till this day. When 1 say republican party I don I menu Individuals. Now, democrats, you what the ie publican rf thin cdiiiity have done; where they preeelved a split In the de mocratic ranks they put out n man for lite olllee, but endorsed the men there wns no npllt on In the democratic ranks. Npw I will nay to the democrats I think If you nn1 wise you will come right up In November nnd vote for, the Kood old democratic ticket. Vole .for the nominees. If you vote for a re publican nnd elect him he will laugh and xiy that he hoodwinked you. I can't see where (lie democrats of Kddy county could get better men for olllee limit Is on the ticket. Where Ih n better man than .Indue (keen Y And where is a better inaii than .). 1). Wnl kerV Whore enn you bent .hike Owen'sy And your preent Bherlff, Is there n better olllclnlV Stewart has servrsl you over three yenrx nnd If he hasn't got u good oillrlnl record I don't kuow what 1 am talking about. Where can you dud bettor iiieu than the conn ly commissioners y I will say to those who don't know Joe Jntnoo that he Is it gentleman In every sense. In respect to Mr. Funning, the assessor, he Is a good mnu nnd well mutinied for the of lice. Oursurvcyor your nil know him. Where Is a bettor man than Mr. Kerr? lie Is well ounlllled to fill tho olllee of superintendent of sohools of this coun ty. Now democrats, I think you will con shier and not !go back on your party. Don't vole for men who claim to bo demQtrut but nn endorsed by republl cans. Those men who are trying to catch nil will catch nothing. Our "good" democrat. Mr. Murray, I think sold our mighty clump, for the pltlfti sum of nomination for mwotworj he might have gotten moro. If a man Is a democrat let hint be onej If he Is reimblionn let hlm be one: don't try to be ImiIIi. Now. young demoerntt, let me say n word to you. Whwt yon kmw m wwli about the republican imrty ns 1 do you will nevw votK the repuWIsnn tuket. I rlsh nil dHiuoerats were like ittei never twnttrhed n man off the tlejctit In my ife. 1 always swallow the pill, good or bad. nnd 1 never swallowed but worked off nil right. Now we will sea which party has stay tsl Willi the constitution tlmt our fore fathers left. The democrats run tho government from IbSU to I WW nnd they noverleft thooonitltutlou. The repub licans run tho government from IblKi to IUO; first, they gave (Irani double ixiy and then tried to give hlm the third term; second, they deinonltltcd silver. which was uiieuustltutlounl. Soutc democrats will say, 1 will vote Thn Argus talks about n "clean balance sheet" In territorial affairs, The table on the first page of this paper shows that the debt of tlie territory has been steadily growing while the ex penditure is t?riO,0( over revenue re ceived. f Educational -tiy- p ii. ii. iimixih, ftupi. sVUlB'titU il rtollDsrB 1. iflilfM oi li'tUQ ull (A-iW MfU tstusiBiffsnd. ot et lotfrwt ami obo-OMU ot crnisesir ci iBDieiDi i ' rtinturiB toti H tuU Mad jwtt win. tl TrwiUirufh htlof Mods Msslej rua4 8oheoU. School Notes. Tho class in book-keeping work lit I r mi hour extra Irom 8:30 to U:(X). a. m. The grammar department have this for their motto: '-Wo have no room for Idlers nor loungers. Tho pupils in the grnnimor depart ment decorated their room with (low ers Friday and Invited the high school to visit thorn, The entertainment consisted of recitations, and was tho- roughly enjoyed by all. The board of diiciitlnn, - Messrs. llarber, Cowden and rozler, was present. Quito a number of other men wuro visitors, The teacherc meeting last Huturduy was good, livery one on tho program performed their part with credit. The following teachers and others were Jiesent: Co. Supt. A. N. Pratt, J. 11. (loodrich, Willis Cadwell, II. B. Her. nor. II. V. Kills, Mr. Ward, Hugh Free- limn, MiHsoa Allle and Atuilo (Illsoii, Kmerson, Wl lluins, Muttlu and llwiluh Itelff Muttle Lextnn, Suslu and Juan Itu llukes, unit Ullle Mooro. A prt-ll tnlnury arganlzatlonlwas effected, Mr. (J. A. Kills, chairman Miss Annie (III son secretary. Theso olllcors presided during the session. At tho o osu of the session, n permanent organization was mure,mid tho following olllccrs elected: President, Co. Sunt. A. N, Pratt, Secretary, Miss I'.dlo Williams, Treasutcr, Willis Cudwcll. II. K. Horner unit Mlssos. Kfflo Wil liams and lleiuah Heiff were uppolnt ed to prepare program for the next session. They reported as follows: To the Kddy Co. Teachers Assocla Hon, Curlsbud N. M Fellow Teachers: Wo your commit tee desire to report tho following pro gram for our next meeting to be held Saturday Nov. 4th. 11)00. lUtiiUu. m. Muslo Association Invocation Iter. Roberts A. Teachers Course of Study, II. K. Jlcrner. Discussion. Dinner 1)30 p.m. Music Association Itecltatlon. 'Ada Loo Ororler Methods In U. S. History. Miss ltetilah He Iff Dlscussinn. Methods In (leegraphy, Willis Cadwell Discussion, Intermission to Prepuro Program Methods In Physiology. MM Mattle Luxtni, Discussion. How to Prevout 'l'ardlnww. Miss Annlo tillson Dlsouscion. (Jttery llux. Methods of teaching reading caused considerable dlsouwioii In Huturduy meeting Some contended for the old A I) C method, others for the word nnd senleure method. upt. Pratt's address on tho county schools was well received Mr. Pratt stated there were 1017 children of scholastic uge In Kddy Co. and of that number 310 were In Carlsbad, accord Ing to las year's enumeration There are 13 districts lu the county. Miss Williams had tin excellent pn per on language. Pmr. Kills trJMl its some good' thlngf nlmut discipline. llrnther ftnmlrlc.h explslncd his method of (esctilng fractions, nnd II evident tlmt "Juek" understands his business. MMs Hakes' recital Ion wns splen did. Mlwt Bnierson In n very Interesting wny trthl hnw she used the objective method In primary work. Nflw let us kepp the ball rolling. We liavo made mi excellent stttrt. hud with perseverence on onr part, tho ednoa tlntml Interests of Ktldy Co. will he rnliu'd to ii higher piano and wlllc.ontrl biite largely tn the county's prosperi ty. MANHOOD DEGRADED " Tk Common Man Crowded. nd Squrcird lr tlroirth n( Trnl. Whatever nnrrow opportunity tends directly to reduco the grndo of innn bood. When trusts Increase, the Inilo poudeuco of tho common man deorenjt es, for tho fewer the employers tho mora the common man will ntnnd be foro relltiiiulshliig his Job, nnd tho loss hopo he has of rising out of a condition of Industrial serfdom. Those who are not engaged in pro ducing things for human consumption all live off the common man. Tho ervlcas renderod by tho nonproduc tive lu th wa7 -of furnishing capital, iiitcrlutcudcncc, facilitating oxchanga of products, and so on, may Ihj highly vnlunhlc, but, nftur nil, m cotton could bo raised without tleldhnnds. If tho common man Is bndly paid, ho ennnnt buy moro than tho hare necessaries or llfo nuil cannot educnto his children, whoso enrnlngii us workers boconio ncc ossury. Thus ha coafes to be tho kind of consumer who keeps the factories tAiiy und, crushed In spirit as well as materially harassed, he cannot bo ft computent citizen. Ignornuro goes with poverty, nnd tho two ore tlie pap cnts of dangerous politics. In order to judge of tho henltu or our civilization wo must iock not ai tho rich man and the man of talent, but nt the common man. If llfo Is narrowing for him, the hoclnl doctor Is needed, Philadelphia North American. WHITE Ctf INA QEE6Er'"ArFl: R QiQujiin, Ueslepfn- itie and Wholesale Beer. i TW-Ar WoBdrrtlf LartM r ehc or pit ,is, - There Is conclusive erldtacr tfeM tte 'hluesd goose," ns described by many; of the Ituropcnn writers po& iouHry, Includhd within Its ranks CO ytars ag the typfs of three breeds, ,l(i all proba bility approximating the brvtds we la Auerlun now call African, Btvtm Chi na nnd Whin China. The Drawn and White ChtoAl are early and prolific layers of felt slied exes. If well fed. they not tnXrtqueat ly lay in the autumn months, but gen erally tho which do so lay later and fewer eggs tliu following spring. At the experiment station tn nnd 1E07 the White t 'bines laid In ever moiitl from January to June, Inclusive, while the Hrown Chins did not begin laying until February, but continued tor Hotilu and1 Anhruier-BiiKh lAtwnt liiwring eSrniifliilM I Stoal Siiliordlunlf Pnrtr to Z Wrtrnru of f t HUlr." t Vnitnr Willlngtan, A I Ullrr that It Wllll.m J. Ilrrin H tmt J rftl lnt imt prx'll I ttmtttrj S I tMiwrr tint MttfUry ot Ih tffurjr ill tltf th lw of th lui't. ,1, A U UMn roinrairc litn Porto Illco 1 uiJ stir i.tlr rtrt i4 tlir UiilUj SUtu II 1 ( unmiutllutUnil it a Ui upM cuintnirc T UtwMn UixlJ anJ Nw lurk. II U Um .luff at a atnitar vt Hit Unltl I StitM la dtltml IU tamtllutlan .ln.l lit J, ranxn. rn tU nitudrat el lh Unllrd A 4 lit tlx Tl.r It a amit ronpui Utwwn thll C4tamnt ami tha omruiMiit ot Cirt 2, Itfltaln. mU m tnrtjr la iiu- tftil far il wfllift nf th ttitr.-Hnil6r W.lllnrtfln at ut ' UnJ In a S(kI. at Cumlirlan4. MR, GARRISON TO SENATOR HOARi mm raarT wmraciusi.oKrjin. utytng freely Into June. Tht African aud Kmbden irc?ds laid about ho If ns many eggs, lu proportion to females, kept In February, as the Chinas nnd nearly finished laying by June 1. In 1807 one African egg was laid In Janu ary. Tho Toulouse breed laid about all thulr eggs In three months, March to May Inclusive, ns In the two years only one egg wns laid In February and two lu Juno by thn eight females kept. China geese ere uot favorites with thoso who raise gtsllogs for enle to poultrymen who ratten them and put them on the market ae green geese. They aro too small to be profitable for such a market. When a small boned, moderate -lied goose la required for the fall or Christmas trade, these breeds prove valuable, as they lay well, nnd, with proper care In selecting breeding stock, large flocks should b.i raised. Tho Hrown Chinas especially seem very vigorous, hardy and active, hut pick bird and requlro care lu dressing to look well The Wblto Chi na has with ue becu tho poorer breed er, but Is usually not so difficult to pick nnd handsomer In eppearanco when dressed. He port of Ilhode Island Kx pcrlmeut Htatlon. While's Ci earn Vermifuge Is a high ly VH'tinhle preparation, capable, from the pntmptltu Je of Its action, of clear in the system in a few hours of every worm, l'rle i!3 cts. For nalo at idly D'tiKCn. feed It all to the nigs. Try dividing with tho poultry. TJiey will soon slwyv you whether ttroy appreciate It or not. " Corn Is a good cald weather feed for (owls, but 1 would iot adrlse much of , It In warm weathiir, for It produces too much heat and'. is too fattening for layers, h Keep pure bred poultry. Tho cost ot feed la no greater, and they are source of mora pleasure end profit. A good farm and n good poultry yard both demand good stock. Have system lu the management of poultry. 1 know of no business where method Is moro needed. Tbe Hook that gets Its food nt "sundry times nnd di ver places" seldom pays a good prof it A part of the system of poultry raising should bo to have n settled or der of feeding, a list of foods and time forgiving tnoso food, regulating them as the season or development of tho fowl shall demand. Ue on the alert nlways for vermin ot nil kinds. Better thoroughly disinfect the house. Usv wbltownsb, carbolic acid and burn sulphur to destroy Ilea and tnltesvIIttrbert Johnson lu .Poul try Monthly. Thar akonid Um 'a eenarfcl' eltnt' latr oat or Ih fraud; thill bna ba ts-arnd lb republic at Waaklnrtoti, lalarvietT With Oarrruor rlusrraa. Son of tho Great Abolitionist Rebukes q Partisan. Some Ilcn Peeka Ior Analiaii, Ilnw meat, chopped One and fed mod erately, say, about three times n week, will grnntly stimulate egg production. Feed nbout a pound to 14 heue. Do not allow any water to accumu late In tho poultry house. DampucM cauuot bo tolerated by any healthy flock. Fowls, like pigs, are fond of milk, sweet or sour, but many on tho farm Sit.. ------- ; Announcements. I'or .Mitrllf. I hnrcny announce my nnniu for sliqrlft ofc nouy county In the comlitK Novenilxir elo tlnu, Tnos. A. (lll.VT. I'or Commlatlonir. I hereby announce tn the public that I nm a candidate lor county cominlMionnr sub jeet tothodrcMono! Ilia votnrsnt tliopol.'l I'mit con. Royal H. Wright I Taxidermist Carlsbad, N. fl. Usve order nt Tracy & Mcllwan' . eJt'Cf3e30s3iCC8e3Se3R ft THE nr TI1S palatial new resort solicits tho V pntrtfnpgti of the people of Carlsbad X K T TCT li WHITE'S iCREAivri WORMS VERMIFUGE! liaaltiiQaatttr, tlolla QaMr. Fir 20 Ymts Nil ltd 9mmMMitW!Mm JSOXlD ST AXiXI X 3W. XJ Or Or X OS 'X1 IS a Pr4t ".m JAMES r. BALLARD, t. LoutejS Cddy Drug Co. (Katrict Iran an epa letter (ran Wilt! in lloyi UirtUoB, Jr., tn Hmalar IUir. You "keep the word of promlso to our ear and break It to our hope." The Judgment of your own party press con firms the statement. "It is needless to ay thut this position of Mr. Hoar ro- ruoves all effectiveness of Ids opposi tion to tho president's Philippine pol icy." Is the continent of one paper. An other observes that "Senator Hoar talks like a poet, but bo votes llko I-odge. and tits vote Is butter than his oratory." Thoy fall to nwurd you even tho merit ot sincerity, a virtue your suvercst critics and truest friends, tlio Independents, have never dculcd to your Intentions. Mxnmlulug your record, tho histo rians wtll rends "Ho saw the Injustice nnd Inhumanity of shutting out tho old world refugees from the United titatee and protested vigorously against the nutl-lwrulgvutlon blll-vutlug Im mediately for Its enactment. JIu was heartily opposed to th war with Kpaln, but when tho act was forced hastoued to prououneo It one of humanity, and to conauut to au appropriation ot $60, 000,000, to Ik placed lu the president's bands without condltlotis-n precedent full of danger. He pleaded eloquently In the tsMaate against the iwtsuro aud aunexntlou of Hawaii, then promptly voted to consummate the wrong. Ho mad the effort of his llfo to balk the natloual piracy of the Philippines, and having pilloried thn conspiracy und conspirators with rhetorical hrlllluuey, advoeated, befero his words were eold, tho ro-electlou of tho responsible presi dent and administration." You have laboriously prepared an arsenal of weapons for your political opponents to flourish In the ponding campaign. A 'thousand Domoeratlc lips will repeat them from n thousand j platforms. Beside your fresh partisan speech nt Marshtleld tlie senate nd-1 dress will shltio like the stars of nj clear midnight At Webster's grava uo wonder thst tho eonselousnues ot your own abjeotness extort a lamo defense of that lost leader. It Is un availing. Whlttlcr's was tho moving figure that wrote "lebubed over the downfall of the great Massachusetts defender of etave catculugt r all jnr tUty tmt wit HUH lata It Utk la laacrl Utt a ttoa, Km all you nst aJt tH t waed af It It Is Utu eatable that the comaoB. vrvalth abeuld sksIq mourn for tut IV ttalrtous os whose fealty to patty taskes bltu. as) spcstaU to freedoai. 1 Parlor Saloon, j J. W. CONWAY, Proprietor. MO&090KD&93S0!.5a.lC)t and Kddy county, guaranteeing courteous treatment and first-class service In nil respects. We bundle only tho best of nil kinds of refreshments. For family or medi cal iiso the renouned J. 8. Seurcy Whisky Is unexcelled, as Its selection by the u. S. gov ernment by the I'. H. Murine Hospital will S testify. Wo also handle. SherwooH Pttro g Itye, tlio best nnd highest priced this r class of goods on tho murket. Uawhknci uuro, Anderson Co., Ky., IWI. TO HIE TllAIUii . . ... ' nranu ncieciso loruseai v.n, nnne lloipfi tal at WaaldtiRton, U, 0.. after l"!'n0 ana irnn In tiilml crnment scr rice the sample appear In plain buttles. election nt ma Hcnrcy waiaky two your. 'Ki aud "J iiuiuiwr ui iirijiniiicni iirniiiiii u v.. wliloh lyxed by tho emliiuut ehemlal, TH', il. Mew, oter eishly seven aamplea ot tho leaning branus oi ki- tucxy, Marylanu nuu rontiaylvatiia. it aaouiu do nornn sis mini lint In llila department of tliegov tlmut mnrkaolniiy kind, and tho on its merits, over tacn lar i la b rrfnril tlmt Iiiw lllatlllnni nnn lmw Tlio Wllinr Ulea r the msttufneturo of this whiaky Is from tho noted Hotline tJprlim fn AnUeraou county, '.. viilBh atnnda nt a temiHratur nt Mileurona tliu vtmr rouiiil. villi n nuiinly lltuxhaua tldlo, llila water la at alt times clear. I wilt lurtli 'r state that 1 have nevurfinti a atngla barrtl returned. very liusrccttuily, J ii. SCAUR v. ..commission w9rn. And uoiierui J'onYnrtUHg we, OS Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed, Blacksmith Coal 4 II ft Me H Fresh Meats, Sausage, Oatne, W lu. o. M68I A,w,""",--i 3 Fraa Delivery In Any C IMarkfit -rto,oi,y I 3 lW B John Lowenbmek. I'rnnrlelnr. I I ' SB G. F. A. Robertson, Blacksmith And f, Wagon Makor: GENERAL REPAIR WORK. Feed ami Livery Corral in connection. So. Canon St.