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The People's Journa
PICKENS S. C
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ut and wte I've left it all f
e-.~ti 2 you agan i bt'eor
w b o-te to wlish thei Pat
114mV2 new li 111an' at ile of luck."
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At t he edge sf the hatrbor Aden be
ed u: der the isuu. The sal1vaige istent
er v<olled at her auhlor ait the oppos
shie o (f theL1.1 haror, and Kei ttle anid I
P('rtinnnteauis werev tran11shdipped~ dir
InI (one of the l 'am~heet's bunts.
HeIL wast ree ied on board byv an
tfalec Italian, whoi inatr'odutced himsI1
as (Capjtaini Tfar.zuchj. Theu ilnani sp
pe-rfect English aind was hospital
p)erso1)iiedI. 'lTazzuch1 put t he i1
'00o12 in tit heisbl at hiLs guest's
p)osflit i d sa'id1 that anythin t il
could aict for' hdu comftort should
done for twith.
etils 15 whaft .YOUu ell ai 'dago' sbi
gad we serve out country wino nli
retsluir' rautiont. But I thoiught perha
3.'ou'dl like youtnr own home ways be
tind so0 lvt ((rderd the~ ship's chiand]
fl~doi~ toe1tfi( Pft uca~c. of_8cote
lifi!I mt *iltCWi foi.* 80t11t r.ol4J424 411vi
lip k It s. I 1*440w how you li1h4iixtI like
- ol p411. li].Its."
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rro th ve~v irt mumeni~t (it their
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owing fr u til. d ck above.and till n 14
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th i pper glII li't f' 1 i-l y 13 was ren hetli .
(i'It 11' NN.'i I 11-4 ):11. -i1 1 T I r*. ngI I ;' I I 1hall
<llin1g, hla:t iltforItLlIloll gainted Ixv atb
solute tortu tilw drew the li. It was
clear that1 1111"'o crul- beggar4 (of MRie
lalis" wvert' goijig IC4 f.il':r.
"'fy .:lii4'S." ho1' l I ei'eroil to I ntilself,
" w t I'trs '1 If() ( IwI -14rs 1 cI II't 4(aild
ths : t .\ i bk II1 11.-h-ted hurri1-edly to go
batR to I ho' <10k. '11 ullbeforeo het reachl
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the were Itn .: :g t-het dho hV)-Ie
n' e fle die 1 4. n ti renth-a .
(uI le t littl, h se dageI s.
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't J. ined "' pre otero 4 Us tl suppose
e the\ g;ri p i t' sI, le it)
nu '.n ersthe wo hl ve give.
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- ibee itakius \:is no eon.
- .ld It was his- tilty to
Y vIr d0 their hire. tII
lit \\e , u o ne asiist the'
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Ji 4: 1 d1 . o it -t 14. h 4411g) e i th a ni
and tbi taInI. thI'. two ll '''4 (ivril 4s i two 1
They1 31 1)arne' 14p to4.) tliig8 fortl4 a gu4r
od doin to tie banr boar~ds. '1atclaii3
were off both forwarid anl aft, and it
realy the cargo ha(d lwglin to dinlinish.
The blnck meon of thI' distrk't ha(d toen
[unkling good use of thi t lI new.
News caie from tlel my, 4.01, i11steriouls
Witter to the baking regloll tor ailr above
in3ost nbt the secolid hotil' the lItereh
that the GIreeia could never ie re
(lonted. In aiddtion to thet,- oles alt
ready inade Ini two of her conipart
lents, slI titd setLtled On a sharp Jag
f rock, wlielt bad piercel her lin a
thii'11 plice, aft. This one pLiece of rock
Wias the Only soId Spot inl the fieighbor
hood. All tile rest of tile sea floor wis
PulIy White cay, and Iri tills the unfor
tuite wreck hand settled till alrenady It
was Ilish with her lower decks. There
were evidlices, too, that the ooze was
creeping higher every lily, so that all
thuit retIininl(ed wis to strip bor ats quick
fy 218 ilight he before she was swallow.
Tizzuvtill nked C'aptain Kettle for
Ils opilnion that ilight while inl tho
calirthouste. "I'l to lYe gulded by
YOU, of course," he said, "b)ut liny idenl
i IhIt wev-houhi go for the specle first
thing and1(i let everythitig eloe slide till
thitt's silgly on board here. liird4
gave t.-1t0 for the wreek, and there's
.4A0 in ncsh down there in t roon
tht'y bit111 spee-illly for It over the
shaift (tultinl. If wo Cann grill that, It
will Imay our elxionlses tuItII Conl)aIlss;jlin
an01al the other. ntetual outliny, and1
IIr . will I out "f the wood."
"Yes," tholight Kettle; "youI want
those. gold boxes ill 30111 hilds, you
blessed dago. u1lnid t hetI you'll begil to
)h1y your21 11uon1key tricks. I WOtIde' If
you thilik you're going to Jitin at kilfe
tinto Ile by way of inking things slnug
Btut 11louid het expre.ssed aigreeinenlt to
1atain tIzzuchi's 1111. le11 felt that
t -Isws diploiuniey, Inud. thouigh thek
dliplolilltic art w:s 1iew ail str:I ge to
biili. lie told hhlnlstil t it Wls the
correct wen:IpotI to Ms. under lh cir
eInust i s. l ie 1 1 ri s'll t. of 11hh
'hd grade ,)I hole anid corneri shiplins
110W. tld wlil Iights IlIii seriillinalges
we'le belloath tile dignity of his posi
ACCordingly. as px)o1n I.s kiwnl gave ia
wiking Ihiht the boits put lit gain,
i1td the divers w0ere giveln orders to
PIt all their eftorts into ge tting the
s'cle tIxes On to he end o-f (ie sab
V8ge Sten1iLhr's w%.inch elcinti. A lo t o f
i llows wel'e s iik\\ ing here are thie
nil2oyig the 1eefs, hyeusl y wyt ;;1g
theiii. and Tazzuebi wa 2e:2 t..
"We're in for trouble, I'::: n3.7id." Le
said to Kettle. "That re k ou wheb
shis2 settled astern has raonde a Ih, L1
her you could drive a cart through."
"J'idn't you hoar the report tbey've
Just suig oit froi the toats' ) Oh. I
frgojit; you io't understaid Italian.
\ki, the news is that tilie rock's Sllit
a hole 1i the tottoni of the st rong roin0i,
aId tihse gold boxes have, toppll
"A nud burei theinselves In the sliiue?"
"Tint's It. And Lord knows hlow
Iran::. fiet they've sunk. lt-s dreldifil
wt22 dig 11-a-lig; 1lides in oil vou1 Its
st.(2 as yo2'u start t) dig n)1ta levels uIp
I.T~ayll hn~uve to braittlece as they' workl
All thlat da12y K eLIle wat'lied the seal
wihanL 1 anouis eye. IFron b~elow thei
21u: C enn.e up in wbite billows, aind out)
.tiiid, in an d atiiolng thle reeLf.' nili
Iial:n t he di stanl~t shlore, s wun g and~
. hlbl niered in] Ite heat hnzo~t hunigry
dihows prowling like carrion hirtds turn
porn!:lly drivenl a wny fromi priey'.
TIazzu;' i an ld thle chi'f enigineer' bus
led1 thetuse11lves In hindinug toget her
fra1ginents of lire bars wIth iiron wIre.
Thbe Itlan shilpnnster had a great no
thtin of the darnuage is signal gunis
could dlo against a dho)w if they' were
pro'vided with) orthodox solId shot. As
son1 as the~ second nIght earn~e down
andt thie darkness beenii e faIrly fixed
in hue thier'e began to crackle out of
the dilstance a desultory rifle fire fromn
every') ~ uairter of the Coilnss8. It was5
nsjt very' hteavy. At the outside there
weret. liot a1 scorte of teaponis tiliig, but
it was1 11)2n)' oyig for aill thaiit. and as
thei. liark~siuiw and'i thir vessels1 wiere
corinptlee l iwilowt~eti 211 by3 the biiik
heSs of thle night h.it s liinijssible Ito
repay 2hir(ti orpline-ts inl kindh.
Mioning sim!lwtidli tilildarige of' 0one
p 'rt w ho 1w s:iu:1 shedt. two1 panris g 'n,.
frin '22 ih enine)11 rtuht t'tkyl pltogrl t
2 ith a in:ttr ii:t y li ult into Iwo
pore. but her wa '2a 4 2ar 2 air pur1
.n ::i'i 2-. liniI iil - d ih Vwri (-unite liii
2!': .iur.: Tazz i-bl. tall of' eni tus
-: i. is arti22 .-ry, 2tie a tanrtiully
1t'Ie by~ the1 'nath It't' laughttr which
ftolhwtd 1t. So s!"w was te flight of
It isft' nI ia -; ), 'v ro iel 1so' 1gye
ithI.; 'i,- 'f ithe L'22s of the tiveri.'
2;a golag t' haive a1 line. toughi 11121. of
2 " i ! L II 'Iar t fit' 2'int' ttnii.t.''
T hatn ' 1 i' eiati ia st11 fuirthler tu -t
2 thir ';ta ~. Stt so ,ta :3 dari- iL02
W.. 2ne1 so i tihi Iltih- tiutugh
tI 2. a i.-- . i: 'tt ii o W the h11 i1113 with1
Il2 t 2 rol I n, ed awattinly nt
I IIr was tt 1hbie f IIiiu ite haf an
Iur, an'di~li l lt the t)Ilseon thtianebof a
tta- wailsI vividii nouh t l > stua
hik n tine ftiat. til te Italian~t
it ?.2- leniid IllSha t'tun e terhwas il
ple tttr ?afi 111h1Jithgs , a wf i fo tilin
t lofes lin its~t henrf the ttlnoo slai
'thwt whI hi'ftnan 'pgue. it Wth
ten(lants once nior0IilieCVIbehis to
labor. Kettle as he watched was anmaz
ed to see the energy they put into it.
Certainly they seemed keeu enough to
got the secie weIghe(1 nd111d on board.
Whatever the piratical plan they had
got made up were evidently for after
But when (lay after day passed and
none 1f the troasuro was brought to
the surface lie began to modify this
original opfilon. Ta.zzuchl, translati'ng
the divers' reports, said that the cause
of the delay was the sotAiess of tho
sea floor. The heavy chests Iadl suniik
deep into the ooze, and directly a spade
ful of the horrible slime was dug away
nore slid in to fill the gatp. Of course
this might be true, but suspiclon had
got so deep it hold ol Captain Kettle's
nind lie began to cudgel his brain for
0111e' nv metho( by Which the Ital
hilns could serve his purpose. Ile put
hilmself supiosititlously hi Tazzuchil's
plIace and mIade piratieyl theories by
the score. Most of themml he had to <ls
miss after examination as linpractlca
blech'ut finally one stoodl out )eyond alt
F11%r one thiug, it did not want inany
p1artielpants, only tihe actual divers
and ta'I'izzlci h intself. For another, it
w1o)uhl not brand the whole gang of
them ams crinuals amid pirates, but,
properly Imnallaged, would mIinuake thei
rich without 11n1y advertisedl stigint or
stain. In simuple words, the iethod
was tills: The goli boxes inust ho re
moved fron their original site anid hid
den elsewhere under the waiter close at
hand. The friendly siluine would bury
thein snugly out of sight. The old re
port of' "un-get-at-albhv" w%ould be ad
bered to, aital finally the steamer would
give up further salvage operations is
hopeless aid steamiii 11Ia3 to Port.
There Tazzulchi aln his friedtsi41. would
charter a siall vessel of their own
find go back for the plunder.
Kettle felt all an ntinut1lilgiilative
1111111A's cotiplteenev in ferreting out
Such a% draniuldt t scheme an11d began to
thIlli next upon01 the soitowliat lint
portalt detall o1f how to get proofs be
fore he colninenced to fristrate it.
C'hauco seemed to uake T'aizzichii phy
linto hits hand. Tho air putup which
had beeIn damag:I44Cei ty tie rie 1b ulet
had been menk1d13d by the stemll iler's en-i
gillees, and as therme were tu' . or
three dspar dving dresses on the :-i.p
Captain Taii;.uehiclll eXp)ressed his intin
tien of i 1 n a d escent In personl to
inspect t he ltrereSS.
"I didn't de !t before beenu,- I
dint 'a t Ilink the Inen rl k
t::':e. W l y011 Cone oft 1n tin' ' 1 t
w e. ca1ptail, and hand I le
ll t.orrow one of those .1;
desses0 and share the put1 with y."1'
TazzuIChi was v!sibly tlatl1ed. "\Wiint
d y u fleant ' I
"The ;.u will gIve 11r 101 two. :1i1
I'm cotna:i down with yll."
"liut you k w t n.' IV othimg ab1ou1t div.
lg. anid you ul:iy hav ani accident.'
"Ohl. I'll .!L-k that. You inu1st murs.
ery 1i Hi n a.it.
T.azzULb i IL1'red his voice. " tl
the truth, Il'l tWin: to Vay a suri;e
visit. I want to ILAke sure4 t.'s.0 e' .:
belo4w atre .Ylig the s.lnuare thi:: i 1
theyv'll use0 theair kni Is.
for your h1-al w1ap. n i can..i:
row" ai kmilfe of' you. and11 if ' !.'o:,' t.
aniy oneit tt ig 14tul i i45.U 4ubeyou' tin.
I Cenn use it 14ret ty Ituisebllev 'usly.'"
said 'Ta".zuchIi per~t~suaIvely.
"l'tin going to, aniywaly."'
"I'lin going dr4yVn ine vely ber nulse !t's
"Tha~it's) thle very 5 same re"o 01 !.)1 1 'st
talking 11ne, capitalin. I mlust ask1 you t
not to mnake anly m!ore objecttbyni. 1'i ?
a innti that never changes hIs n:.n 1.
once It's 131111 up."
Wheromeupon)1 Fi Taz/.uel shrmuggedl is
shoubtle4s and gave way.
"'Now,"' thought Nettl 11,o4 hunself,
"'that liai's ina1ide up1 his In iii to kiill e
andli, as I'm not, going to g I w1ijte- out1 a
th1s journely, hll doI withI a lot of n:
deta'I lale lir.rnII were2 nei5 r morle so-( h14
benen4gthi tih' wateris- un s 54ralnge and14 8
daniigerous to1 hunii; hist (otapion14m wasi r
a inan41 n ins u4414 ; i I 'Iim41 1: 41e i y -i
(whIo44'1 lanint 4 h1 1 all not4 4 1 ma er it~ hi
ru')lteb, r any 41 3411 ae u f b
114' l no4 t b1 v,4 E:41 n4 to1. 4lir41wn lik n\ 4 3
Olutppy iglhta.; .4'11.'f~ T1.1. hun1:th
wih ov14'er! !s'3 ht n t hnelil '3.4 and
01tt1' hs hedond.i' 4il1 tln- ' ('344 .(I
tthe 1 f11rn of l 41hel1111 II 14 an' iii . wtit
la g n the14J4.4 larble and1411 Iinnhe4:rl tij wn
ov'Myi ird ws realhng oth and
i"My aior sp dt fallingu and
restored te natural color"-Mrs. enI
E. Z. llenormme, Cohoes, N. Y. It
it's impossible for you
not to look old, with the dIf
color of seventy years in
your hair ! Perhaps you a
arc seventy, and you like mn
your gray hair! If not, ,
use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In less than a month your ao
gray hair will have all the
dark, rich color of youth. p~
51.00 a botle. All druggists.
If y('nr rirnmggit canno(t msupply you, hm~m
R(4ndi tM onel4 d14olar anei 1w0 wi express cl
yonf a lutt i'. no sure~ and4 g Ivo the narno0 Iy.
of yo~i u tra t t'lmaren04h,1ile. Addr141 3'4Nh i
.1. ('. A vit .;o., l .wl Ms.
The Kind You Have Always I
in tuso for over 30 years, I
~ amid I
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experimenits that trifle wit1i
Infants and Children-E xpe
What is C
Castoria Is a liarmless sub.
gorie, Dirops and Soothing
contains neither OpiAm, Bi<
stubsttice. Its age is its git
aid allays Feverislmness. It
C)lie. It relieves Teemsing
und Platiuleicy. It assimilh
Stom1halhI aIld IIowiels, givilj
The Clilldren's Panacca-Tli
The Kind You Ha
In Use For 0
TH4E CENTAUn COMPANV. TT MI
vainjug for 1: :1, and hO 4elit Il
ihn at once. If tho iuieII in it, hot,
Letlin oil rth-s, cut his 4ir1 tube, h
A:1ited to ibt 14, 11 In a ititol to eint
'aptain b aso With prompi)[
Itowever. overything went peacefully
ust theln. The Italian set of' down ft
ick in the siie. and Kettle wadled
ao 'tsly aftOr him. It waLs terrible
iork 1nmking t passage through t hat
'ihite, glutlious ooze, but,,tley C3ame0 to
jie wrecik dirilectly and, woIrhig rotvid
lo ruste~d :llnk. stoo d bLeside i great
tallow pit. vher two weird looking,
pray sea moniters showed in dini out
ic through the denlse fog of the wN
The two newcomuers stood for blng
.nlugh before the two workers ob
lerved them. But 0111i chanei id to look
11) niud So them watlikig and jogged
he other with lIis spade, and then both
'rnutieally beckoned the visit ors to
xnic dowm into the pit. Tazzuchi led,
and Kettle follow1 e, wallow.. IIown
;he skipes of slimec, and there at theo
aottomn, in the dini, milky light, one
>f the pirofessionalfr. dlveirs uslipped a
ilovel into his hand and thrust it
own till It jarre'd against somnethinug
It was clear they had comec upon the
~old boxns, and they' wished to impr~iesst
ipon the visitors, in undlerw'ater dumbl
how of triumph, that the dind had onuly
x'n ~mo that very linuiute. l'onder
usly booted feet did a dance of (ecstl'as
a three feet of gluey rmud, and uunaan
vhiio Ket tie, with al hand1( on the hatft
Pt his kunife, edged a way f'romn this un
ainny demnonstra'tionl lest Noune olie
hould slit his air tube before hie couldI
lHe had seen1 what be wanuted hi le hadti
0 rea~fson to waIIit longeir. Th'le gold
OXesl were there, and1( if thley' were not
rough t to the surface anud ifarried houn
st13y to Su(z the Iiat ter' wiiouhl htavie to
e fought out abtovie In Godi's open air
11( not in thastt horrible, chlokinug juag
I ire Or slime and11 water. Andit so, still
uar11ding himiself ennniuily, lhe got back
galuI to the boait arnb alilnost had it ini
lin to shake h anids wiiith the muent who
sedl hlin of tha LiiiIntoleirable hlmiet.
Now, far1 bo it froim lne to r'aise even
suspieilin that Ca:ipta in Owen Kettle
3senited the fact that lie had been 1r1)
Lid of a se,uffle tyhien the little salv'ago
earlQneatuially id hi ig tip in Su0'A
1Irbor with the spec'ie honestly locked
I one of her statter'Ooms. fltit Ilint lhe
as viiolent ly a ngr'y he admits lhihiseif
ithout (ulililat ion. Ho saysV lie kick
I hiruself for being such a bad judge
The l'arakeet wai's in thier' whleni they'
rive'd, rebiunkeiing for thle ru n homne,
id Murr'iay ea rne off as fust as ai crew
mui dive htis boats to inqiri'e the
indtshko atndc a "H[CllO, Fiziz-hiookey',
d GuiiI Ilow,, goes it? Whlo'd hiave
ioug~ht of seeinig you1 hereI Howdy,
ilptain Kethle H'ad1( good fishiing'?"
"1)o you kcnow C'apta in TalzzAlii'?"
"Somiiewha-it. Wh'iy, 'we wei'e bot h
>yH oni the Conwa'sy togethier'."
"You'ro makinog somie istaike. Cap
in Tazzuchi is an Italian."
"Oh, aun I7" said 'IrazzuchI. "Not
urch of theu dago atbout me) except the
"WVell, you never told mie that he
"You nev'er saked met that I kniowi of.
speak aibouit enough of the uago) to
rry on dly' wiithi, and1( I 14erve 01n an
lutan r411p ije('au1so I cou1klU't get 'aL
I)Ppe's billet oni alny'thing elseI lilit
n an Ei~ithl as5 eithier' of you. Org'at
otti Captain Kettle, can't you tell a
go ye t foi' nur'o?"
d (discuss it inl the J'arailtbet. ?\'e got
('a1e (if chiampa~fgne oni boarid to wet
V newY ticekot."
'Nahy half a ininute," said T1azzuebli;
ro'll just get thoset boxes of gold downu
to y'our- hoaut, Murrzay, and ferriy thieii
r'oHs. Theyi're' too ~ig -' tempt-aI~t 1(o to
Oe t Hennio opense Hopt. 201, 1001, 8pociali
cani h0 ac . mod ated mi I )orm itory. $ I00
aionrs, amd t It in, for (Collie tinto y ear. IKb
MI oraul I itihinee goodit. I oui rnon of stiid
10l Cioecial Couirno. Write for entalog'en
loiglit, and wvhich has been
ias borno the signatnre of
xs been nmade ounder his per-.
mrviMoln since its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.
mud " Jlst-as-good " are but
an(d elanlllger the health of
r'ii o against E xperiment.
titute for Castor Oil, Pare
Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
)rphinlo nor other Narcotio
aintee. It destroys Woras
eures DiarriNma and Wind
i'routies, et1I'eS (Constipanitionk
Ltes the Food, regiulates the
3 liealthy ind natiral sleep.
o Mother's Friend.
ye Always Bought
ver 30 Years.
PnRAY GTnEET. N9W VORK OSTV.
fenev hmndV for the Cew there is on
"I'hew" shilt Riottk'. "it's hot hero
in Nuezi G rent Jamuea! To think of the
Way FVv been sweating aboard this
blame iiiii without a sera of need of
ft. litre, hurry up willi the lucre box
e6. I wt to get across to the ohl Par
akee ad( w"" s the taste of a lot of
things out ot lly month."
For tln rootfS. gutters. spouts nd ,%
metal work ni o(I paint 1iu1lt b used..
011lumg nmti w11W linsved oil, with a
tablespooiul of (rying japan to every
two quarts, make a suitable paint for
tin and1 will Iast for many years. )ry
venetian red, oxide iroi paint and
Pinc'sJ metalli paint. all dry, mixed
with oil and a little japan. make good
roof paints. Apply roof paint thin,
bruili it out well and allow no surplus
around tho edges.
Our Spring Lines Of
Are now being opened up,
and we find them prettier
and better than we had even
We get themadirect from
the world's best manufactur
If you will favo: us with
a look we can certainlyplease
Some very desirable win
ier Shoes still going at Rreat
ly reduced prices.
Pride & Pto
Greenville, S. C.
OvrtANO Wonugs, Nowrn AUGusn., 8. C,
1"LOOltlNG, SIDTNG, CElfL1NG AND
INSiIDM PiN ISHING LUMBErt
IN GI'XfRGIA PINIE.
All (Correspuondence given1 prompt~ at
(11ha gSCHOOL" SHtORTHANJD
A ci a B u n es si ',g r yj y g y g y .1 ~ 6
Chenmp Bord )siTU ATIONSEscUED.
MONEY TO'( LOAN
On farming landn. Easy playments. No
comm~llRis)i chargeid. Borrower pays ao
luni cost of peorfecting loan. Intorost 7 per
cet~O. Up, according to sElourity.
J NO. LI. PA L M K~it & 80N,
(lotumhla, 8. O
P SIT1ION8! OI HTiONs I NO OHJEOT.
More (enlis thian we can possibly filh. Guar
rni l' josit tonl baRtketi by l0.Cursol
'i *AR. ('O i MIill itS l'N. a () ,IROE
of South Carolina.
atos to boarding tudelnts. ILimited nu
.14witli jpay for board room-ront1, matri-p
'4e profesnors and( one innt rnicor in fat ii
y leamdingi to deogrtea of ii. A. and M. A. .
Sor iniformattionI of any kcintd to
BPENCER, Olinton. s3. G.