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The People's Journal
Money to loan-Call at P. C
Box No. 45, Pickens, 8, C.
Harris wan'ts. 10,000 pounds of
beeswax. Read what he has to
say this wook,
Partial showers are reported to
have fallen on headwaters of Crow
Crook last of last week.
Died, on Friday, May 21st, an
infant child of William Rackley,
from effocts of whooping cough.
The Gospol 'oiporanco Union,
which organizedhore last weekwill
meet, in thor Methodist church
Wednesday evoning at 8:30.
The Easley Township Singing
Association will meet at Mt. Car
mol on the 5th Sunday in May at
10 a. In. S. M. Cox, President.
There was a rost delightful pic
n'c near the rosidenco of Mr. Jas.
Earlo last Friday night given by
the young people of Pickens and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Robinson,
of Easloy, S. C., are the guests
of Col. J. Hagood, of the United
States Court, at his residence,
i.aidon Lane.-Charleston Daily
Henry Millor, a son of Irvin
Miller, who has hoon in Sherman,
Texas, for some time, was a vic
tim of the recont disastrous storm
out there. A private lottor states
that he had an arm and leg brok
en, and that a brother and sister
of his wife wore killed.
THE JOuNA, has received an in
vitation from Prof. 0. B. Martin,
Principal Toacher of Graduating
Class, Greenville City Public
School to attond tho exercises of
tne Graduating class of 96. The
program is very interesting and
the occasion promises to be ono
of unusual ploasura and edifica
Mr.John I. Williams, a prosper
ous and pronhileit citizen of this
county, died at his residence near
Cedar Rock on the 21st inist., nnd
was buried with niaeonic honors
at the family cometory near his
home. He was 72 years old, and
a good and influential member of
the Cross Roads Baptist church.
He leaves a wifo and several chil
droin to mourn his death.
John W. Thomas, of Thomas
ville, has a lhen setting on fifteen
eggs in the top of an old oak tree
fifty feet from the ground. She
has been setting closo on to three
weeks and bids fair to hatch a fino
brood of chicks. This is no Mul
hollan chicken story, but an actu
al fact, for we got it from a good
minister, whio saw the lhen in the
tree, and besidles, what a preacher
doesn't knowv about chickens is
hardly worth finding out.
Died on the 14th inst., at the
resdenco of her dlaughter, Mrs.
Andrew Parsons, four miles from
Easley, Mrs. Ellen Brock, relict
of thet late Capt. Andrewv Brock,
agod 103 yeacrs. She leaves four
children, two sons and two daugh
ters to mourn her death. She wvas
buried at Mt. Zion cemetery and
the funeral services were conduct
ed by Rev. 1H. M. Allen. She had
.boon a member of the Baptist
churchi for four ; score years
and was a consistent and devout
christian, a kind wifo and loving
- No Canllddate.
Mu. Einrron:; Some howv or oth
or the news has gone abroad that I
will be before the people as a can
dlidate for oflico and friends are
saying on overy sidlo that they look
for my annonncement in the pa
por, so I deem it necessary to take
this method to inform my fellow
citizens, that in no case will I run
for oflice, but as a citizen of P'ick..
ens county. I am willing to (10 all
$ in my power to pro~moto good gov
ernment and got worthy mon in
oflico but I have 11o desire for of
ficial station, and~ much loss incli
nation of entering on an activo
campaign to secure it, but will say
to my friends everywhere who
have seemed0( anxious that I come
before the people1, that I am
than kful for their p~referred( kind
ness and would do anything for
* them in my power, bult fool that I
can servo them botter~ to abiido in
the san~o calling wherein f was
called to that of preach ing thle
gospel. No, I could never got the
consent of my mind to turn from
this blessod avocation to grabble
with men for oflico. Hoping this
will put an 01nd to all speculation
among those who anticip~ated my
atti tudo toward eolitics.
I remalIin yours truly,
5 Riev. 1B. F. Muiararcle.
Southern IDallway to Rich
Sixth Annual Re-Union of the
Un i tod Confederate Votor'ans,
Richmond, Va., Juno 30, July 1
Sand 2, ?5e3. The rate for this
occassion wvill be one cent por
mile tr'avolod frpm all points on
or via the Southrnm Railway. The
rate from Grocivi lle, 8. C., will
Tickets from stations in South
Carolina, Qoorgia and Ten nesseo
north and east of and including
Savannah, A tlanmta and1 Chatta
nooga, may be sold .June 27th, 28th
r.md 29th, with final limit July
Dacuavillo is still lively. But
mighty hard to stay lively with
the amount of grass some of us
have. But that is the prido of
farmer, hoe and dig, and push
from sun up to sun down, through
(lust, and heat and hot sunshine,
until Saturday half past ten, thon
fix up and put on our best chock
shirt and homemade galusos, and
walk two miles to church and sit
and exchango local news; politics
and tobacco before religous sor
vices, but our conversation last
Saturday was somewhat of depar
Bro. John, hooper n om
dots on beo culuiure. More partic
ular with his bees. Ho says ho
has a new way of hiving boos, had
one swarm to como out four times,
the third time they camo out and
settled some 300 yards from the
parent gum, he hunted out the
queen and clipped her wings and
tail and next morning went out to
hive them anid Imet theiml ill com
ing back to the gum a foot just, as
muddy as they could be, and le
got a guano sack and raked th m
in it, and carried them across the
creek, and poured them out and
said, "dog gone you stay there now
and let the ants oat you up. I
guess you can't cross the crook to
bother me any more."
G. V. Griffin and wife, T. Tr.
Hughes and wifo wore callod to
the sick of their sister, Mrs. Hugh
Ellison, this week.
Uncle Joe Loopor is still very ill
but the health of this community
is very good.
Hostor, Looper and Robinson
went tishirng not long since in Sa
luda river, and I tell you Mr. Type
Sottor we had luck on every hand,
except one of our barefooted boys
got lost in hunting bait in the
rain, while the balance of us was
standing under a good dry sholter,
and the way we did set back next
morning eating ham and fried egg
is a caution tc cats. We farmers
can't live without having some
pasttime, and we are going to
try it again in a few days but I
fear we won't have such luck as
we had the other day,bocause fish
ing and catching them, is two
things, so I will close as I have
used up my sheet. Paper is mighty
scarce and money is more so.
DEAR JOURNAL: As overything
is getting along quiet and easy I
will write you a line. The farm
ers are a little bit behind with
their work but you can hear the
plows and hoes ringing on overy
side. We are having som6 fino
weather, a good rain would help
Thore is but little sickness in
this section now, some few chil
dreni have the wvhooping cough.
Mr. A. T. Winchester wooit to
Greenville on the 9th inst.
Miss Mary Grant and Miss Ja
nie Nimmons came from Pied
mont on the 8th inst., and are go.
ing to sp~endl the summer among
relatives and friends.
Prof. J. L. Murphreo will sing
all (lay at Antioch Baptist church,
the second Sundlay in ,June. Ev
erybody is respectfully invited to
come and bring well filled baskets,
and their books, and lots havo a
The writer of this piece is going
to the Old Folks' (doo sol me do,
tomorrowv at Shady G4rove B3aptist
Cihurch, and then lie will tell you
more about it..
We wvent to the association and
had na beautiful wvarm Sabbath day
for the trip, Thio association or
ganized at nine o'clock, they sung
a lesson, and ton minutes was giv
en for refreshments after whlich
the people came back into the
hope and listoned to an oxcellent
seormon, .delivored by Bro. B. iF.
Mui~rphree, andu theu sacramentI was
admin isteredl and they adljournedl
on~e hour for dinner after which
they returned back to the hous~o.
They sung some very interesting
music. The house was not largo
enough try hold moro thani ono
half the people. I think overb~ody
enjoyedl themselves all (lay. The
association adjourned to meot
with Antioch Baptist church the
fifth Sunday in May. Everybody
is respectfully inlvited to come
from everyw here, osp~eci ally th e
old folks, we are wondering what
has become of Mr. E. J. Prince,
we wvouldsliko for him to show him
self in this association. Come ev
erybody andl bring your 01(1 chris
tiani hiarnmony, aind your basket s
well filled ; and let's have some10
good music and enjoy ourselves to
There came a beautiful growing
showor last night for the first time
in about three woeks. The ground
was dry and dusty. Crops aro
looking fine, small grain is very
Mr. Sam Porter is dloing busi
ness wvith hiis~steam saw, mill has
saiwedl about 50,000 feet of lumber
sinco about the 15th of A pril and
he has not had logs enough to keop1
hin busy more than half his timo,
Mr. Porter is a nue busmness man .
There came a heavy ramn windl,
and hail on the 22nd uilt., in this
section. H AZE NU'r.
If you wish to build upj a Com
munity, pull in unison; if you
wish to break it up, find fault with
and oppose5 your neighbor contin
If a colt's hair is rough and he does
not gain cut dIown the hay rat ion ando
give more oats, wvith a little lhneced
AtL this writing wo in thlis vicin
ity are dry, dry, old mother earth
is thirstng for moisture, the dry
winds blowing flow aro fast sap
pmng vegetable life, notwithstand
ing cotton is not all thinned hore
and is quito foul. I think small
grain will fall short of a full crop
and gardins are badly damaged
by th) dry spring. Cotton thin
ing is tho order of the day.
The people aro hard at work and
provisions are scarco but if they
pull through until olection time
will im'st assuredly vote for free
s 'vr10 to 1.
A d .Ig Imight live up lere
m t' Itjty but would be so
lonetionoe,would not do well, hence
I mn unialeo to advise his locating
aiong us. I learn through cor
respondence with my friends re
siding im tho Lone Star Stato that
our distinguislied and able U. S.
Sonat or B. R. Tillman is very pop
uular there and that the citizens
are anxiously waiting for his noni
imation for Prosident at Chicago,
so they call voto for him, they fool
proud of him, (a distinguished
soin of South Carolina,) rising to
Miss S-imantha Looper, of Bre
vard, N. C. is visiting her uncle,
)r. J. Ali. Cronshaw, at Table
Mountain, audl hor father, G. B.
Looper, Esq., at Pelzer, S. C. this
The si:.k list here is increasing
rapi)dly, a great iiany children are
suffering with dysontery and ca
Mr. William B. Jones, a
delogate to the State convention,
passed Tablo 'M olnltain the 18th
inst., onrouto to Columbia. Mr.
Jonos says he will be with them as
long as thore is it pea inl the dish.
We people here are expecting an
extensivm hand shlking, at the
Uniionlll meot inlg at Oolenoy church
th() 5tl Suntiday next, from our
conilty ctaiidi'latos. Come on brothi
or canildida.tes,our hands are tough
oined fromt mannail labor and our
bearts aro hardened inl proportion
by fair prom ises and financially
no h etter timnies. Itf you (any ;f
you) have brokei your plodges or
Prol(lisos, you can make somo
more just as good, so thinks this
Hcribe. LOoKER ON.
The Township Singing Associa
tion will moet at Bethlehem the
fifth Sunday in May. Bring your
kooks and baskets.
J. T. LOOPER,
Chai irma n Executive Committee.
The l iberty Township Singing
A ssoclation will moot with Enon
Baptist church on the first Sunday
in Junc', at 1.0 o'clock a. m. All
lovers of music are cordially invit
ed to attend and bring their song
books with thoem, also wvell filled
baskets. We e'xp)oct to have some
spealkerls on hand.
HI. W. FAnn, President.
Fire Insurance 1Notice.
By reason of a late decision of.
the Suplroil court the organiza
tioni knmown as the Farmer's Mu
tual Fire Insurance Association
for Pickensa county is hereby de
claired( dissolved. The Supreme
court Jhas (decidod that the Com-.
pany has no existence, cannot in
sure any one and cannot be held
resp)onsiblG for any loss by fire.
Policy holders will please s'ir
rondor their policies that they may
he destroyed or cancelled. By or
dor of the Presideont ind Direc
tors. C. E. RonissoN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
The H urricane township sing
ing aissociaition will meet with the
Union meeting the fifth sunday in
May at 3ile Crook B~apitist church
at 9 o'clock. Everybody is mvited
with their books and1 dinners. Al
so at Six Mile Baptist church the
firstt Runiday ini June at 9 o'clock.
Let ov'erybody take duto notice and
prepare for' the Occasion as there
is a sinigingi~ 'xpIOeted. By ordlor
of theC~l cmi tire.
I wats borni near Edgrefield, S.0.
I have invented the best and
cheap e.st, stock hit chor that was
over in vented. Agenits wanted.
A dd~ress W'i. P. H~ol ly, Greenville,
We, thme unidersignied hereby
agree to c lose our1 platces of busi
noss friomi this (late unmtil 15thi of
uirdays an~d pub11lic (lays excepted.
W. T1. McFall,
L. C Thornley,
A. M. Morris,
T. D). Hlarris,
.J. McD). Bruce.
May 1:2. 1890.
New York city consumes
nine hundred and sixty million
eggs in one year, ntearly three hun
dIred thlousand pounds of butter
over'y day, and as many gallons of
miik; that it eats three hundred
andl five million p)ounfds of beef in
a year seems atstoundling. And yet
these figures are, in reality, very
mod~erato calculation which Mr.
John G imor' Speed- has reached
up on ex haustlive in vestigation,and
omh odied in an article on "Feed
ing a City Like Newv York," which
lhe has written for the Ladies'
Tlho JOURTNAL is pubIlishing the
list of su bscri bers, as they pay, and
will take it as a favor if any one is
omitted that it be reported to the
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAlOLINA,
COUNTY OF l'ICKENS.
By J. 13. NEWDERY, Eisq., Probate .Judg:
Whereas, O1 Anthony hats nmile
suit to me to grant her letters of aid mtini
ietrationa of the estate of and4 effect,s
ofVlliohmold Anthony,' dec(nsedI.
Theseo areThorefore to eite am an d ittmon
ish all and singular the kindredin m( re(i.
itors of the said.Richnon-1 Antlhony de.
ceased that they be nd atppear before
m1e, in the Court of I'rolnte, to
be held at Pickenis Court I mone, S. (.,
on the 4th (aly of .ite next,
tafter publicatioi hereof, at I 1 o'clock inl
the forenoon, to ihew etnse, if ainy they
have, why the ailt( Alniisit rat io'n
Should not be graited.
Givoni under my liainl. this 91h dlay
of Maiy, 1890, inl t.1h 12W1: year Of
.1. 11. NEWIll.:Y, .1. 1' P1 C
Notice to te TMiE Pilmic
I am now selling Goods at
Calhoun, S, C. Will sell
them cheap for the silver.
Come and see before you
bily. Yours truly,
my2ltf A. J. BOCS.
A fter iniient physiuns lil anl oilber
known remedies fMil, llotaicl Blood
l1i1m, (11. It. R..) will quickly cure.
Thotusamtid of testinonials attest tiis
fMct. No ctse of rheniatisit cantl stand
before it:s inugic healinlg power. Seld
staimp for book of pnaitietnlas i. It, con
tains evidenlce that will convince ."! you
that 1I. B. b the best. Cure for ail
blood and sk in diseaises vCr (isovared.
Beware of substitues said Io be '-jat a
good." $1.00 pe large bottle. For sale
All announcoments for candi
(lates are strictly cash with , *dor
for the samo. A
The many friends of C. It. CARPEN
TER. hereby annotinco hitim at ai eaitljildatt
for the Hous of Representatives, subjoel.
to the voters in the primary election.
1 hereby announce myself as i canidate
for re-election to the o6fice of Solicitor of
the 8th judicial circuit of South Carolim,
subject to the action of the denoreratie
party in the primlary election.
M. F. ANSEh.
The many friends of W. S. PARSONS
hereby anounce him as a candidito for re
election..to the office of Coroner of Pickens
county, subject to the voters in the primary
The many friends of E. F. LOOPEI-i
horeby announce him ais at caididate for
the ofice of Supervisor of Pielcens (countity,
subject to the voters in the primary clec
Tito many friends of 0. P. Field re
pectfully annoutice hin as a canldidat e for
Cotuinty Suptiervisor, 8ubject to the voters inl
the )rinary election.
The many friends of ROBERT STEW
ART hereby annuouneo imi as a itadidate
for the ofilee of County Supervisor, subject
to the voters in the primary eleetion.
The many friends of JESSE R. ROSS
hereby announce hii as a candidato for the
ofieo of County Supervisor, subject to the
voters in the primary election.
The many friends of JOlN W. 'T1 HOM
AS, of Eastotoo Township, hereby an.
nounco himt as a candidate for the' otici of
Sheriff of Pickens cotunt-y, sublject to) the
voters in the primary election.
Trho voters of Pickens coutty respect fulliy
announce J. Hf. o.McD)A N~LOh as a (ai-t
udato for re-election to the ollibe of SheritT (If
Pickens county, subject to thte voters intt h le
the primary electiona.
The many friends of WM. JT. PONDlERI,
heoreb~y announce him a (anldidate for
the oficee of Sheriff, sutbject the v-oter~s ini
the primary election.
Clerk of Coutrt.
'ho many friends of MAJ. J. M. STEW..
A1'T r-espoetftilly atnnounuce hiin n's a etni.
didato for Clerkc of C'ourt, stubject to thle
primtary election of Pickens counity. *
To the voters of Pickeins couty, I here
by announce myself a candidate for the of
lice of Clerk of Court, subject to thmo voters
in thte primary electioni,
JonN A. Ronxssox.
The many friondslof G. W ASH BCWICN
hereby announce hh n as a cand idalte for
the onfice of Treasurer of Pickenis counlty,
snhject to $he voters in thin prituary ('Iee
The muany' friends of W. TI. TNO LETON<
hereby anniounce him as a cantldit e for thte
office of Treasurer oif Piekenis countty, subh
ject to theo voters int the primtary election, *
We tht friettds of ,d.p T.~t ttugloodts
haereh9y antttufii htiia ats a cand(idat e for rI
election tot the otlice of Cut inty' Tireatsutrer'
subijoet to) thte voltrs int the primiary elee
To the voters of P'ickens 'outty, I here.
by anneotnne tatyself a camitiiile for thle of
fice of County Treaisuirer, subicet, to t lie vs
ters in the prinutry electiona.
Ti) tint Voters of Pickenis Coun ty: For
special reasonts I hereby withtdraiw as a cenn
didatec for County Siperinitendencit of 1dit
eaitiott, atnd anntounce mysoif a canidichtte
for thte otlico of Coutaity Treasutrer subject
to thte voters itt the prinmarv ele(ct.ient.
Platform:I ioanesty, comp)~etentcy, intva
lidity, imligenec:, anmi do its yout woul wisht
to be done by int may cotnditiona.
J. AiLO,~zo UnlonN.
For Counaty Auditor.
'To mtanty friends of N. A. C11 [ISTO.
PRIER, resp~ectful ly anmnounce haim ats a
candoidlato for re-electiont to thea olhice of
Auditor of Pickens counity, stibject to the
voters in the primary election. *
Tiheo mtany friends of J. ii. CLYDE, lhere
by aninonneo him as a a candidate for the
offiee of Counity Auaditor, sutbject to) the1
voters in the primary election,.
HOSIERY AND UJNDER
Yon all know our rep'uitation in
Hosiery and Underwear.
We are busy in this stock nearly
all the time.
Four items of interest in hosiery.
1- 16* cents per pair, former price
2. 20 cents per pair', former price
3. 25i cents per fair, former price
4. 33% cents per pair, former price
Speciale in underwear.
1. Ladies vests at 5 cents would be
good value at 8 cents.
2. Ladies vests at 10 cents, wvouli
be good value at 15 cents.
8. Ladiec vests at 20 cents, wvouli
be good value at 25 cents.
4. Ladies vests at 37.1 cents,woub
be good value at 50 cents.
Please ask to see these special val
ues as it will save you money an,
bring you back to Jones' Store.
A. J. JONES.
Agent Standard Pattecrns.
We are opening up the best line of
Ladies and Men's Hats.
Tin ware, Glassware, Crockery,
Harness and Hardware,
Ever shown in Pickens.
They are bought to sell, and we
invito you all to come.
J. MD. BRUCE.
l~s. WAGONS~ 00
THE -BEST ARE MADE BY
If. C. MAR KLEY.
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, Hardware, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRBINE, Superintendent.
IVP W QTnP aip
NEW SHOE STORE.
Wiha e and well slected stock of
L~adios' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes a specialtv.
Ileceiving goods8 cvery day direct from the Factories.
6'fShoes Neat, Comfortable and Lasting.
liller - .ul1i g
No. 105 N. MAIN STR EET, Creenville, S- C.
r~Agents for the WV. L. DOUGLASS Warranted shoes. octim3.
thrNgh w Furniture!
Wearo akn additions to our our immenlOse stock dlaily, aRid
wh e y o no d n w, h oi e oods, ki ntd ly drop i nl aln d lot us shiow you
hruhour stock. We soil tho very bost good1s the country affolds,
and oller thomn at remarkably closo pricos.
Westfield and Kellams,
Near' the Court Ihouse.
feb20t f. Greenville. S. C.
. Wo are glad to say that we certainly have had a rush this fan
this season, and hope it will continue.
.We will endeavor to keep our stock up until all are supplied
with the latest novelties in hats and bonnets in the market.
.Call before you buy. We guorantee our hats will surpass any
in the city, prices moderate.
We will offer special bargains in medium and low priced hats
S lIisses Rogers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
apr4mo8 100 COffee Streetw (Unfder Qora Jone~e,) Green vme, 5. 0.
J- TVI G OO .DS
Just arrived and Cheap. Come
and see them.
Sei-Thoso who owe me will please
come and pay without further delay
A. G. WYATT,
oci31r Easley, S. C..
Just o)ened a beautiful line of novelty
In all the new coloring and designs
Waist and Dress Silks
In Persian and Dresden Effects.
Allover feridescent Nets, Jewell
dgings ad Insertions, Persian Rib.
b~ons,, faney luttonf to match and all
the other New Trimmings. Don't
Cail to see these lines as you will find
ill the Novelties of the season here.
NiE W .101N TLESS MATTING.
[Get our 1Prices]
Dry Coods and Carpets.
Tele-phone No. 87.
P. S.-hitterick Patterns.
Can You Use Them?
Josh Ierry GrniI Cradles, $t,50, as
oin- ,is they llst, If yout needA any m1or0
I ut1blh-A ho y(olu Cl have all you Want
1; 11)b Inaraniteed coffee for $1.
1 (1 Hbs granlahtedI sulgar for $1.
Tw-out chalins, 50 cnts; milk coolers,
20 cei s; big lot dry goolls, finest lino of
Ahirts I linve ever had at any price; ia
ies shirt waimtti nicely miade of good
111 teril, for 25 elits.
Ludi(fies' hint 1. Hailors froim 10 cents up.
Nice lot of itien's an( boys st raw bats
Window shade's Very eblen p.
I wa it. 10,000 lbs beeswax, and all the
I-ggs youl brinig mle.
Soda 21' een Is it b; Keroseie 1.5 cts.
T. 0. HARRIS.
Jan. a 'i. P'ickens, 8. 0.
Ini order' that you may grow
We reconienl~d for your con
sidIertjin tlho use of COTTON
SEED~T AlE'AL, with Acid Phos
phaIte or' l~issolved Bone. This
Cheapest and Best
IFertilizoer on the markot.
C'all and( seo us and get our
pices bef ore buying elsewhiere.
Cottoni Oil Co.,
Ie3.f revle S. C.
'I~L~i. IC llT KIlthMI8Y,
'Physican and Surgeon,
9fflee uIt is residenIco, in Street.
Marnchi 8, 18114
Pure Buckwheat Flour from
H~arwoodl county, N. C., with
genuine Tar Heel fla .
Klinglor's unadulterated Penn
Kin gler' s prepared Buck
Ralston Health Foodl.
Ralston Phanjcake Floiuri.
Ralston Health Flour at
_ _Ferguson Bros.
No remiedly is as effectual in cradi
-eating a'ndl curIIing catarrh as Botanic
13lood Baln, (B. B. 13.) It purifies
anid enriches the blood, eliminates
Inuerohes, bacteria, etc., andi builds
upJ tile systeml from the first dose.
ThIousand1s of cases of catarrh have
beeun (cured by its magic power. For
all blood( and~ skin diseases it 'has no
equal. Buy the old reliiablo and long
testede~d remedy, and don't throir
the mounoy awvay onl substitutO,pahfk
od? off "ns just as good." Buy the
old reliable Botanio Blood Bairm.
Price *1.00 per large bottlo. See
advertisemhent~ in this paper. For
salo by druggists.
letter Raise Mule
Than Buy Them.
.JIM HfASKICLLr, weighs about 20oo
rlIs an 1131 ilserve mgaroa at Pickons for
TR iUMPET', is four yar l, ih
out coo Pounds51 and w arls old, Weighsa
mIih a reek farmi for o for a acost.
Oc r, 1815 OlIIna'sworth