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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - March 20, 1879, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                Uully Huport and Itnviuw of tha entirt Iuiroiuinii DiHliiuai ciiDlnllv compiled iiom ttiu most l s a a SPUttllior ibe Aw oM nsi AuvoitlBliJR Mtdiutu In Northwestern euiio solicited torn all points oflbe Oil Heinous UIKI II used will ho Hbnrully paid lor on uuly ouu si d u otlhe BI08H Il u o urosH flJooHWKre J II COGSWELL t 7 8 1 J J 1J 15 M I j lu 17 IS lU yV SJ aU y 1 JJ J4 JJ Jb a3 J9 40 II l c ftlcii IVlio iiyel 1rom itu Sii an Spoil lur 11 A MtililiuUii J oli nut bun Trmubull A Joiuuliim Duylou Uuyliii Doul pro turn Tliiihiiu SiMljjuwick Mneoii Nutluui SI icon Nuliiu Joseph B Jusepb U Va tu um Ueniy Clxy Henry Ulav 1st mission Liuion CliLveh 71 lUury Clny Hemjr Uluy UeuiY Ciiiy lobu sea I H liuibum Hcuii iav Jobu J Tuylor Auiliew Staviusim Siovtiiaoii AuthGw Stevitiison Andrew Stevenson isi sos Jolil Mubbnid iiiu JoLnlMI JiiuiLs K 1ollc Jamerf K folk Hubert M T lluutei lolm Jolui Jones Goo W lliiiiliins pro toiu Jolu W Dms Uobei t C ArmstiMtl liuit pro luiu liuwtH Cobb U C Wiiitlmip piu loiu Liuu boyJ Liun iiiyii Nalhanicl P iJanka James L On 1enu in toil Gilu4ia A Grow be buy I er Collax Suliuyter Cultui Seiuycr Culfix Then Al IVmoiuy I James 0 liliiiuu Jiaies Blaine Jamsa G C Kfrr S S Cox part of scs S 1 Riudull purl 01 apiJ S J Uunclall Hie nii lo Stute iouuBvlvtiuui Cunnuutiuut fumisvlvuniA Joiaev Nuw Jersey Miuyltuiil Massachusetts N Cuioliuii X On folm n N Carohuu M utna ehiisoUj Kuutuok v Kentucky S Caroliim KDII lucky KtJii tiiuli v Kentucky New Yuik Virginia Kentiukv Nuw Yott Virginia Virginia X Hampshire iVnncsseu Tcuuesxtv Viiuiuia Kensuiky Viiniuia Yiijfinia MasHachusptta Smith Jarolwu G UassaciHotta KeuliieUv KiriniitkV South Caroliim Now Joisuy luilinnii Xcw Yuri Maine Nlfw Yolic Ponnaylvti Puunsylvaiiii From the iiiciiumil Cuiuiuurtiul Walking is a wholesome exercise The physicinns all couour in that opinion A lively constitutional taken in the cool of the morning is a better appetizer than Bradys bitter or a nip at the saloon before the shutters are fairly down A brisk walk sets the sluggish blood in cir culation sends color to the cheeks and animation to the eye If the walk can not be tuken in the morning hours it ouijht not to be neglected during the day The majority of people and particularly of women do not walk enough and what they do is spasmodically not systemati cally done The English are famous walkers When Sladame Trollope was a citizen of Cincin nati she surprised and shocked a false sense of refinement among her American sisters by the and strength of her pedestrianism But she did only what liar English sisters were and still are taught to do It ia not uncommon in traveling through England and Scotland to meet with men and women who have made a pedestrian tour of the Highlands and the Cumberland Lake district in a single season and who have in one year or another made the tour of all the nota ble places in either on foot People who walk systematically and sensibly who adtl mile to mile only as they find their physical endurance equal to the task without sense of serious fa tigue after the exercise iiud their account of it in increased muscular and bodily vigor improved and an appetite equal to a square meal Habitual and sensible pedestrians require no stimulants and take little if 2113medicine The tonic of the exercise in a bracing atmosphere the lungs taking in generous drafts of the vitalizing uir is sufficient for their consti tutional requirements But this is a very different sort of pe destriauism from that which has become a mania in this country and which seems to have but the one object of testing the ut most endurance of the human body To agree to walk 2000 quarter miles in LOOO consecutive quarter hours more or less over a sawdust ring amid the dust and heat and vitiated atmosphere of a crowded room employing stimulants and llagella tions to up the jaded spirits and fa tigued limbs staggering at times along the ring in a state of setniwakefulness the face haggard the eyes lackIiiaterless for want of sleep and the feet blistered and lacerated is a painful spectacle and one that would bo turned from with emo tions of pity and disgust were it not that considerable sums of money are wagred upon the results and the parties interest ed present either to encourage the worn out pedestrian or waiting to witness a breakdown before the accomplishment of the feat Of what human value in it to know that a man or woman may after long training walk 2000 quarter mills in 2000 consecii tire quarter hours We do know that if accomplished at all it is done at a fearful expenditure of physical energy and an ex haustion of vital forces and that sometimes months of careful nursing and rest are needed to recoup the exhausted It is a wasteful and foolish con sumption of the forces of life without a single compensation except to the man agers of the show who count upon gate money and so much as they can gain by gambling on the venture to defray ex penses and put a snug profit in their pockets Base bnll as ir wnsi once played by school boys was a wholesome recreation But when it was reduced to a science and handed over to professional players it ceased to be of any human value and it has become a species of gambling in the end the mom pernicious that the pools are so arranged as to enable boys of small earnings and cerks with a few spare dimes in their pockets to get rid of them in tha speediest and least profitabUi manner There is not perhaps as much money staked on walking matches as on base ball games bift they are rapidly becoming ptu testd for gambling in u small way It is not likely legislaliou can be profit ably invoked to remedy these evils and put an und to the foolishness The walking mania like a fever must have its run But a wholesome public sentiment might do something to check the pernicious walk ingmatch craze and induce ambitions men and women to employ their understand ings in more sensible ways to COGSWEUU with VOL XV NO 238 iir fifr t r T1TCSV1LLE THUKSUAY iMAROH 20 1879 WHOLE NO 4921 build nuil tuke at IMS aiiuti tiMid OVPI the grounds and closefv ally to keep in repair We Imvo 75000 ti iimnd hedges of line the temitvs inileH of whv wliich requires in its put on tin SDiilliVnuit The rear of the tiny tip 800000 trees while lie annual is Ihnkd by a consorvatuy Tln iiiust talcu 800000 more estate has an Herod somewliat Irouinattei little insignifiinnt liicifir match ionauiiics tion owing to the abeiHe of Mr Tavloi auiiualiy in its nmnufauture aQOOOO cubic from home Much of the finnit u re linn ieutot the inest pine The bricks Hint been stored away ns well as many of UK are annually bakd require 2000000 dead poein pictures and books t coids of wood which would suwep Tho library in which flu coffin stood in the timber clean tiom 50000 acivs a hnye room with a baywindow openin bhou peKS aiu qmto us important out upon the grounds in the rear of tho an nriicle as mutches or bricks house Home bookcases stand iu the al and to make the required annual supply coves Some watercolor sketches ex 1 consumes 100000 cords of lino timber cuted by tho poet and some pictures iiJ while the manufacture of lasts and boot oil scenes inwhich Air Taylor trees takes 500000 cords of maple beech had participated during his travels hung Government Bonds Deposited aid birch and ubout the same amount is upon the walls Over the mantlepiece is TITUSVILLE PA GIBBS STBRRETT in TiTUSVILLE AND CQRRY PA with the United States Treasurer i i i v tor planustouks and the handles a stalled head of a bullalo while upon a t tools The made in the shelf in one corner of the department aie United States in 1873 amounted toijiia two sttilled birds Busts of Washi 000000 while the timber manuficluied iiiijUm and of Plato occupy positions ou aud rural tences of the country consume separating the sittingloom from the iIo Secure deposits SttOOOOO in immense amount of himberand timber library is t small of Thackeray immally but as we grow older as a nation while opposite on brackets stand two stat this consumption may and probaby U ue one of he and the other tf to Eeceive Deposits oa Ac count of Subscriptions to flis Four Per Cent MM Loan of fte Unitefl States reduced by the more general use of Dante Bel ween them an ive teueed or hedges Our consumption representing the Babe of Bethlehem C of timber is not only daily on the increase mt our exportation of timber is also rap S 1 dly increasing Our staves go by the million to France annually walnut oak val llliltl i General Thomas yherman whoca naple aud pine to England and spars ind serious illness has been announced and locking timber to China and Gazelle whose wife died last week himself died at Newport R I Sunday afternoon He At the semiannual meeting of the New was born in that city in 1813 and was Sajflaud Cotton Manufacturers Associa graduated from West toint in His tion held in Boston last October and the j lirst active service was in connection with of whose proceedings has recently the Indian war in Florida in jeen published in pamphlet form Prof 1 distinction in the war wit IS42 lie won ith Mexico and CHARLES HYDE PUFSIDENT I Ordway of the Massachusetts Institute after its close performed garrison or fron f Technology presented the results of j tier duty until the war of the Rebellion j AV U lome interesting tests of the various oils j Then he was made a Major of artillery G C HVDB o be found iu commerce Among the and soon procured a promotion to be Brigj oils which Mr Ordway had occasion to nake favorable mention of were the Binghamtou cylindroil and the Ger nan spindleoil made by Olney Bros of P1SBSIDENT CASHIER adier General of volunteers He com manded the land forces in connection with CHARLES HYIH the Port Royal expedition was assigned E B o IJANDIX as a division commander of the Army of Providence llhode Island lie mentions the Tennessee took part iu the invest he German spindle oil first among those j meiit of Port Hudson loaing a leg in an vliicli have produced good results as to attack on the works and afterward had cost quantity and states that this ubiicant stood a Hash test of 374 degs and instead of losingby evaporation vheii exposed for twelve Lours to a tem 3 e rat lire of Ill degs it actually gained D10 of 1 per cent by oxidization Those nanufacturers who have used this German pindle oil the longest like it the best It j also claimed to bean odorless and stain ess oil arid stands a very low cold test he Biughamton cylindroil in Mr Ord tests Hashed at 37J dcgj and iJSO gs and evaporated in on one trul but 10 aud in another only 310 of 1 per ent The Kit son Machine Company at Low Mass are remarkably busy on their inproved Shoddy Machinery and report vders unusually numerous Theirpatent jply lagging for covering cylinders of shoddy pickers now in the market over wo years has been a great success Its jrincipal points of excellence are that it is instructed of three pieces of wood thor oughly cemented together with the mid dle piece running opposite to the grain of he outside two so that iu driving the ins it does not split like the old style lag ging Where only one thickness of wood s used their pins are made from the best f steel and by a patent process which re ines the steel and makes every pin alike Vll pins are carefully tempered and war anted to hold in the wood until worn out They are building their latest improved pener lappeis with patent preparing at achinents and finisher tappers with Kit sons improved Lord eveners for the Bibb Jonnly ManufactnriDg Company of Alu jon are also liiling a larce order for the Lawrence Manufacturing mpany of Lowell Mass consisting ot their new trunk system uppers adapted to working colored cotton and new style iinislier lappers with improved Lore eventrs The Massachusetts Cotton Mills of he same city are remodeling their picker rooms and adding siv new breaker ami inisher lappers and four patent preparing ittachments of the Kitson latest patterns These patent attachments abov mentioned work cotton direclly iriin th bale open and prepare the staple in a thorough manner and deliver it to the lirst beater They can be readily attached to of lapper and are strongly endorsed by leading intniifuclcrers who have seen them in operation and ire now using them The American Watch Tool Com pan jare fully active at I heir factory in Wiltliam Ihis companys factory is of brick WHS milt about two years ago is 150x70 feet and two stories run by steam power and now employs forly inureise of ihirtythree since the factory started All iinds of clock and watch are made ind sold throughout the United iml iu Switzerland Iviighiiul and other countries Other special line tools and are also made The active parties in this enterprise ire John K Whitcotnb and A Webster Mr Webster is thoroughly versed in these departments having had an experience of twenty years with the Amorican Watch Company foreman machinist assistant superintend ent and for two yeais as acting superin tendent The the enter prise thus far and the present outlook ind future prospect shosv that Wallham secures iu this concern an important ad dilion to her industries The reports from the iron regions of Pennsylvania are very encouraging Dur ing the last two months there has linen a rise of ijliiO per ton and an advance oi 50 cents within a week The demand hai so increased that producers say that they could sell five tons for every fine they HI now able to turn out All of the mills are crowded with orders and must of the manufacturers of steel mils have their production for monlhsahead New furnaces are going into blast and the rail roads aiv doing a very heavy business just now and some are troubled for rolling stock with which to work The earnings show a large increase those ul thNV Jersey Central being of last vearlor the first two command of the reserve brigade of artil lery in the Department of ths Gulf and of lorts Jackson and St Phillip Li Afte the war he was made a Brevet Major eral both of volunteers and of the regular iriny and in 1870 was placed on tlie re ired list with the rank of Major General lie leaves a son throe brothers and two sisters One of his last acts to make lis will A gaunt emaciated figure a sharp and eagle face a cold meditative ii Jolin Henry Newman the possible cardi nal As an orator at Oxford his manner S constrained ungraceful and even awk ward his voice was thin and weak Mr Gladstone says of him Dr Newmans manner in the pulpit was one which if you considered it in its separate parts would lead you to arrive t very unsatis factory conclusions There was not vtry much changifin the inflection of his voice action there was none his sermons were read and his eyes were alwa3s on his book and all that 3Tou will sny is against effi ciency in preaching Yes but you take the mnu as a whole and there was a stamp and a seal upon him there was u solemn music and sweetness iu his tone there was a completeness within taken together with the tone and the manner which made even his delivery such as I have described it and though even with written sermons singular 13 attractive ciilific thiil tVom inv uliiMUuuil I Inivo snUercil iieiiHlv it Iruui rlilllaus in inv numniii HO tliil inecrd us hirjit a n leu iiut Mij olliiii Hd Allii usnin ull Uuuls ol so I iinulc mi oi K K Uiiineiit wliicli iIVecUiially ciiiLii mti tnU KI ujy IIL 1 nmsiilcr it I imos cnsl Su yeiitlv ilut I KiitiVr I have mum iilF my iiouta trsivilcil iij T bv K Iu Il lei 0 could lnr tulo lv eu criliv lew o tin RvtnptoiiiH in I iiu Mile Mlioitlilttrs inil bjiclc liitter in lluniDiilii in tlir linziioHi in tlm licntl jiiin iiii Mnill inn ui tlie iviv ul1 tlii hnw ils liLihfCiiireil u inc IxieKilusI in IVOIM ililnlilv atirl IHH of lor lniuhc Livci1 iillil liiliicy Cure liiken in iDinectUMi nilli tho cure m iiiiiulvtmut iml ul rule 1rciMivil liy K 1C I 1itnsviltc Iii flOJ 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PAl WALHJKK Capital 1rfaldeut Ceueral Banking Conca suliciteil icv21 if S T NJJILL NEILL Wotacreo MAltlx J JTIKY NVANG HEYWANQ Altoraevaat Lnw Nos 1 uud J Clmse i Stevrail li utik1Vaikliu alrcot Ji tji a v il I W M DAME And Notary aehoublom Public cbCLf P A ATTOUTEr A OOtJXSKtrOKATLA W CUESTXUT IKXN 1vl7iiiwtr A VHAHK AM U S UOMMISSIOXKK Ciiaae i Stewait Block Titusville V WASHINGTON I Q Hticsta will flnd thia paper on jo Iu the Itonlia liKimn mlH ly TITLV1IIR IU HUXKlllK h Tiluttille iruitl Vailty blur lou i viuitou IJay lix 17 lil r M 2 2 1ft A I X DUNKIRK TO TITUiVHrK THE Coxsujmiov OK LIMBEKWe liave now about ilUOOO miles of railroad the annual consumption for ties or sleen tri alone IH 10000000 or 30 jeans growth of 75000 acrca To fencu thoau roads would requireat least 130000 of tVuue which would cost to 5 8 J7p S 10 j KuiUmc t AfklcvK U lVutoiiville t lit IlLrtildirtti J A v liWliy 111 M 1JJ I JJ Vi rilluliil vlo 1 14J h j ill fi 10 1 07 1 IS I 3 I II 4 on Dunkirk V11 nt ilioss 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rliCvTST Gnu a4 auil I ickot Ajt B1 f i ima Viilev 1 ix I l ju I M Uin cTpiiuuence New iuk Cudurcroft is a little ovur a milt frn the village of KentiLt It in an of nearly 20t aures The mansion erit d nearly twenty yars apcu itnnds about a hundred yards 1roiu I ho public road It ia built of brick with gray stone drum intr and in siirinoiinlird by a tower near the cintn of the front IJUli puttlien of ivy clnHtor on the in the corners and about the niul nrlda niillmv elfiit of age to tho structure Cedar trues am of vurietied artauut SI I J X cxiiirtti tiain Icavij li viiitrin at p in iiiriviiitat JiiMtinn LUU in Cutnil will kivi Iiiucnou 4J p UK am reaih Ir Jrj p in J Mai XJJO t lip III SV Kit KtCOUK i A II WAY TJii fl A15LK HONDAY WAV t IIJ7J V 1AM KAJiT AKJi AII 4 U A i I JPn CAE2D 1 nfvciifiilv infiini my riNtimeri and the pnti Ur n ii iiiril I havtIts ivnd ny inp i ml iiiiiirmrr ftjr l7Li Tim r itupruir ilu I IH a ml lirHiiinj of tin rtiraion in Krmicli ar il liiuliih t niti itli oic lnmiiltj ciuxcilot ol pniuiloun nt thu lini mill HIMI lxtini 11 tin niikit Jy Ht iil altiiition to iiiinr4 anil uioilort piriM I Iur 1 r niltunKlo I that lilnmilv liiiHiiMiil on no I Imii i my osn accmml I t no UiU op piutinnty ol l itiiiiniit ii MICIM thiiuka I1 VViiUiiuiMlilp niiil ill HKMIV JAlOIirj Mt rrliant Ijlliir No li Nuith tirfiikllu lnct Tituiville Murcti II 1oHiHT it r M U7J JlliMS i 53I IIiJ 35 C 37 lOld 1 10J40 401 II IHIII ilftllll a4i 4 IJS 4 Cj l Hi Den lok H liuu IOii A MA MV 11 rMiii rM sso 4joiiiiC 42tooilixi o o I li all Buflcrini from chronic of all kind coniiiltutlun Invited iientnuuilv Of l injil Ncw molhod of Ncv iticl nil lii Hunk and cuunln9 4cai in gcaJri Adihena Howard 4IJ qtrftcl tUllailHphla Pa uu liw iy a liuli SLpuluLuu tur liuuorituk cnudutt W f A A X3IKECTOES K1fG11Jas rouv i MOKIKNEY 13 STlilJUETT A A A SPIN WALL xnjsoN FAiiiL GKO STKKL ALKXANUEK C STKKRKli j w Manuljctiiroia of InppSes for OiljiKl ArtesfeQ Wells Sioas Tanks Stills im Pertiiog to Refineries W TIFFT SONS CO Boughton Jr General Agent Office Opera AAJN PINO PA fiucccrisur CD Tltnsville MauufaclnriBfi Coi M A UIIIX K ti U O PS AKTD FOEGINGS Waiuifiiotiuer of fiini nnrr nnd IPoriable ENGINES AND BOILERS DIIIIMAO TOOLS IKONS und 011 WErI SUPILTHS Slilh Storage Tanks and Tank Cars RefinersaiilPiDcLineFittines f Sole ifauuracturcr of the j SNOW IUSU aKfFADJUSTIXG PATEVT OAIK VALVE ANO I O I BI3CTACTING TITIISVILLK 1A HATIDNAl TUBE WORKS CO THE HERALD Piifc Men The Proprietors oithe HKltA take iileasure iu iuoiuiian tlia juuic iiat ptepactd lo do iH kiuda or LETTER fiooljBin ding and HNTINB OQ short uotiodand al low rates Printing Presses They have Sit Presses three ot which aro me by situm powu auu cau prmt mam moth punter or a the highest atyle of tbe art ill plain black or iu aay otlitr color or hronte to suit the taste of tha customer Tlielr assortment of Type embraces enthiuK that is UBsirablo from a wood letter throaeh tho ranfte of wood and meta typea of plain ami fancy stylos to foots ol peurl Their slock of Wood Cuts embraces a wide nnft of miitablu fot illudttutiiij the arioiu trades auil occuputioas represented iu the Oil PAPEH AND CARD STOCK They keep constuoiily on hand a larcc and com plete assortment of all trades aud atid cauls and cardboard ot rolora and claases auil ble for tit douiaada of their cajtomors Classes of Printing Below will lo found a partial enumeration o Homo of the of Job Jfrlutuii that are iu BILL HEADSOii onesixth sheet eix liueaj qunrteishoet fourteen liuos liall yheol thiityclKht lines The last two sizes aio aJijo ruloil ou tho backs wheu requireii and piiutcd In plain uud fancy colors or tiuta aud uu eulorud papurv BILtS OP For Hotels and Kostaurauta plaiuor with euibleuiatlc wiib full courstia of dishes or with headiDjis and blauk spacaa lor tlllim in as occusiou requires tlito head fire in cluded Deeds iloi tuuifa A tick j of Atrrveiucut Tuuaut LcabLs Oil Leases ASaiiiiimeiJls olJu terislt iu Oil aud Justices liliiul 1 ol ull kinds BONDSPlain iiutl COUDOU Bonds for city and school yiintuJ on lineu uoud papei Pull sheet iJJ by 28 Inches hnlfheetl by Ji iucbes quarieialiitet 11 by 14 iuubesi or cut 10 any sue uuuJeil plain while or of any toloi Iu suil Ibc tuslu ul pJiIy COUNTER For Memoran dinu of ur Cash Tickets prlntud oa cocn nion paper very cheap DRUGGrlSTS LABELSIn Color Bloijzeaiid tittle uUupteil lo KJO DAJNCING Ou Jluin or iaucy Cfcrda very Qoat and HOTEL vle and binding an may Ue dealrod Mannfjctoreni of LAPWKIDED Oil Well Tailing Casing aBi Line Pipe 4 14 Dlnocetcr Joint farafiillylnapocted reamed at inl proved wild tho sockets on iv bsdrauUd o lWi pouncU t ttui atiuuru InrL oiforo Karli IiiUitth sramped with our tradu nmrV UfA HONO II ODtt PATENT COUPtLNGS An made Iu order tn nC all tiiaaoC TDHIMO CASIXf hnd TTNKilPa fiotu two t fourlutu lacuot ilUmcter EATON COLE KNO BURNKAM CO AQBNT8 OIL aTY Pi Iu auy Hize color quality qimutity or pricu ilaiu or liovernmont BUmptO that Lca be dciuuj OAUGJ5KS Tank Guuirera A apevinlty niuilc of thia worlc Vor neat uoil comptote lor Ibe euutcuia oi tanka of nil uited and by quarturiueh in clepLb size Lauds nuU Tene mentnor fur the Land ur Wui kinu ntcieat in Territory with aaoh clnidea aa zaay uediro J5TTEIC pnntcil ou Knl Commerolul or Let uiahcbW ou paper iulel vriib drop head lASONfC lar attenlioa jfiveu li thin nt ivor Ioi Blutt Laage Chapter Council or Full lluo of sampled to aeisct flora MONTHLY aizo anil style to incct tlia WJSDJ of NOTKS AND TIaht or Plain iu vniioui atylej OII FELIX3W lanoaic Ii luting For Companies Masonic liodiea Oil Patent Kixht Mea Sovnui aaohiou ir laclaUmx ConslituTJoii ByUwd of by nuil pet Pellyerod bf Carrier iwqoaiter a the MeraM fee antmm S2 u EUROPEAN HOTEL Henry Blanck Proprietor SPRING STUEET NEXT TOEOBEHTSBANK T1TUSV1LLB PA Thegeneroiu ei tended to thU flottl by the traveling puMio and the of vllle eaconravei the proprietor to My that shall spare no pumg or expenae to gietti iioii day boarderu entirely latiified with Ulclr bill of fare and ejleitslament A separate dialog room rorlaJies MeaUai all tioura toarder THE M C H EN R O US t MEADVlLIiB P BfiOjencil Moaflay Deeeinlier lllk The comfort and convenience of tnvellne public will be promoted iu every way pomlble b ibu proprietor A bbura of patronafiii U rtsueai tBily solicitftJ TERMS Per Uy BUDD HOUSE Corner of Water and Pine irBADvuLa PA JA8ONBUPJ Proprietor Tbia Paper will be found on file at the UnJrf iue Reading Boom BJETTJES 1IVJEBY SOUTH WASHINGTON Slables formerly occupied bp Bubbar it Carr New Horses New Carriages New Harness THE FINEST TTTRXOUT3 IJf Horses a Sjeeialiy The best care tafeen of BOARDING HORSE3 Prices as Puagonablo 143 aoy stable iu towu Kum C Ms W BETTE3 linI2tr GKAND DISTRIBUTION Common wealth Distribution Co By antnoiity of CotnmonweaHh of Kentucky Dianlui Jiid details under supervision of pi emi nent citizens of Kentucky In public in tae city of Louisville on Monday March 31st XOSCAIJNG 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