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= Alen Wenl linown a Fiew Yours Ago--Somo
of t Ito hOtiA Who nro Loft oa 1,o Now
York Dailly Paupe's.
CoricspemIatiev of the I'.ihttClphia Tiit's.
N-w isYoE, May 4.-- 1 was stanidlug
on th le ste ps of' tie )elevani House in
Albalny when I saw, hurriedly lsat
ilg, a voieran iewspaper ian, knovi
throughout hei country as Gus Maver
ick, lit presenlt oneo of, thle chiefs; and
muost reliable m1eni on tho stall of' Ite
Co'mmerchviil Aivertilser.'' Twenity
years ago he gave tilh (e tliSt. oppor
tuility I had fI r01 jouriialistic work. 11o
. was then nigt editor of (th New
York "Tiies," a fIvorite atid contl
mond, Wvith prospects ill J0111.1111lism
arr 111ed onlly by lnitchel flor political
pro'rment. 'That, however, w as soon
elred, and le in'Ciiiiiiied iI the harit'I)ss
f 0rom which lie las Iever been emaeit-i.
t pated. liet has served with great.
inelihy anld enteriprise anid elliciencey
since that tie oi th Ilrooklyn "Ar
gu, I h (1"l'ost" and thie 1,Columer-11
til Advertiser." To-diy i Is One of
the ol Imient ill jot 1-1la I isiml, uiiversally
.clever, nfuconlscientiouts worker.
Just a this parlicular Second he svives
lile Its it (text, aild its I hailed him I
ywonderedvi to myself whiatt became of,
lew'-pajier inen1. W.e they go?
Inlto what ebannel1 do1 thety drilt?
l Vhea1r'e 10 lte iewspiaper m1en1 of'
r-'eitty vern's igo? Of course we
kniow*thaltt l-liuelt aind i'reelev anl
Iavinoid anld Iiudsonl andI 1111llk
1re did:-, but I his side oI' I lii, w'hat
d has beco'lme ofthe Inlett who titleenl
w ears- ayu, Wit yarvs-ag fo Were M
prominient (te New York press? I
donl't know. Tiu-v certlaily don't(
iake m114n11v enoit ll to 'ei'e an11d live
to inl 1t count:'vn. O)['all the reval old Vitt
tt low1 I know'f but i' r hlpon whoil
t 'OlttIc 1iti liy IIntLr illi a ll1it'11.
011tie is S111ti Gilir, -of, (Im I lerald."
whIohirty years ,ta'o, w'.as old e togh
)t ed iit ds;idielt' t the i sto l iv " ler
abl(I anl createdit great sensWtto in)
le the I h11)v his dashilg pargtp
m id pigunit reipors. liIv becamie sh lb
Sse(yent Iy a fai iavorito ol' the elder
MIt-it.,and I ytlrs rolled onl Itd
rheumattsi an oile m. Nw otheor
hthig (took holdof him robl he
Iy ialutldsomliely -peks'iond byi la
i e r o linna'e. W li tow livesin
o this u 1and paintl ies ~is otime.s
Twenlty-the veuris' nuo F-raiiln,..
Ottarsn Iawas tie eitt dior and al
I n (1i' tipiler For the "Tribue."
k~ ~~~~~~ol utigde<tre facnr s ince
th hei' ht h.; intittl ill h irable
' and cons.piculous positions, withi the
"Timez." flte",r and the "3Mail."
Ilie was It hriginal I1:lyani' Of Wilkes',
is .Tii/ f / ie Toad olue ot Iie
uosit t' u1siti criiicil s I ever r ad
. i n fat aihii'abll e juitte't t our l fr om
Ili shiarl uy-pointed plten. This verv
A. Al., as I was wal'inl- 1throneh as
t ' i 'au treelt, Isa th otl man, bent all
most dohle, wk we i t alniiit o , b11m
It I,; possible that hot has1 seinle litt'l
plaet Ii hlie t louts, buf t ofthlat
nI it; not ieIrtaint. The third mnanl who
at h I Cs in it .ionrnais, is , mtt'L
i'Siton.ltlie diand11 histher illiam
arehis ltorie iuresiI.. W ia awntn
-~ i'ave everd regarIdeda Swtheit abl)t wi
a- hadllt' isattdu h t thorughl uners--1
of st o his uies ~i s lneter anis
b ook that of' sitli i tet olntd in
reference to 11(0 te famos tattbes of' the
S-owarJabuna'nty attest. ~le t if th
ediyounger of he ''woe& brohers andu l*ind
winxteat geeaieaue was mii orsoriteh
pro atitalin i cae hana jorads
0roer the ntered' into101 a conrac w'iith
tea'lithrn iak lid tt sponslih. think,
~tplie scho l nCaifrniah1'
halasowiten a' mmbe ofl bookis.
'ilole, hik the gost out. gow' jotrnalim
d his blrt Jo'tn whoied Dur-e
-I h~b the pTims"and'sotiothe paere
Ilthn, iti mihodite into ethle "Sun, i
t heIroeseis at presenti, aeond whe
DuteimistKeary 'andero the oitca
"woingm n"o of the d" ioun himo
Id stou'h tho dra i A'fotho ino the
t. suni'ghte of li acy.git Glen to' ndtli
e Ot'r.o arieu' thini with aundati crop
(t o a ands berd loSwintn the p's
v ols~t'a. 19rsui asdt, wea0t' 1i0
bt thik oriter s aother cold el-,
eitor oflie "Tuimes"l a3itl'og at15
Sndns on downt 'to som tht ime Winthe
ix'ti foiet's'ar orrepodentMi
and %jten, heii cae ack ad rleporatied
Iion'I the"Tlus padton.the "Triun a"
taml tine hli iad so imthh fato do
w 'iChitmerol''s"Deira," a lilde
wn~ ithteo "ed; but earto ao, talnt
n he gig erestf has gron old abnd0
rayt i tn the sig , ad nu.o seems tol
athe irihmgiby dte' ofen, drin ohere
andt lhereo read, qonsentaiou and all
lthat,ed Iu witout any dl-et e plaeein
th ele the ession. iThesactiveomentoni.the
~' )paprsrt-day'rang 26 2 to 50It a
a igteitor of the Herib'd," is ao
l4ttear of tage, bta lie aonthi. Mr.It
-> Ird'11, h the fatoeitor" of th
ofutes,ist aout 45, fsht ndlo thgin
rite dla ttmaaing etr ofthe
1- ety ollege, blt~a an prd>otloued.o
r. \hitehw flleid ~s a it the this sie
. ot'50.overy ta loadrl lattry inlining
to stounes l t has(d~j s bee te impre
- best music liters~ oflthe counrv
Ieded so much ievilsionl as to make It
almiostt iecessarv to 1rewrite the oitire
matter. Now it becomes largely
(utlest lon of Space, Iind If that is ample
q trifling revision, and genierally then
as a 11nt.101r of taste, is leed(ed. inl
vieV of' the fFact thalt there arc hitn
dreds of imieni eai'niing their Ivking
through tle colutuis of our great pn
IIrs, it is iterlest ing to us, 1111d par1'ti
ular'ly to those 01'1us who are passinag
along, to k now what, beeoiuies of. theom
wh,)ten tiey get, along. Now and then
you strike a Iiappy-goot-liekI fellow
whoi) doesnt't Caroe101I uuchi whether school
eeps ori not. itid whose ifO seei to
beit a 11perpetual holiday amlong the
)mra it;btas a general * thing, life, is
hiard, dulity is exacting and copesa
tion is small to file workers oil the
pross. Charlie Webb, formiier'ly of the
"Times," nid since bert ter kiown as
"John Paul," of the '".Tribl'une," mar. I
ried tulon(ev tntd wenit into Wall street.. I
George Alfred Towisend, whoso work I
is 'is well known inl the country am
that ot' aI ohiir man, longsince sev
(rd regular coinection w iti tihe) press
an1d now devotes his timle to universal
crsp~on:lenIe ~and splcial articles,
anid latterly has published a Vohnne1 i
which I am plea1sed to know is mdet
ing with pecnllialry Success. Someit of
our old-timue wIriters have gone into
hook publishing and one or two are in
(th e street, hut the rest-1 don't know
and I fear that nobody cares.
MURDER AND SUICrE.,
A Negro Almuost nelitesa 1is Wi1re, Itnsl
Throe Mitloi and Drowns litniself it tho
Premice of His Fonow-Workmen.
From the Chirliotte Observer.
A mostl horrible sto'Y of iittrder and
suiidtle ttluies fromn RBiebihuiid county,
Sotith Car-olinai. Onl Mlondar evrenlisig
aboltt 6 o'clock at( da iughiteri' M mr. Me
labe, Sectiont Alaster oil the ti'harlotte,
Cohnhmia & Aulgusla road, living
about foulrteen lliles this sido of co
htimbia, went to tlie kitcheni to oive the
cook some orders For supr. ile le
gress was lying dowii, as if' aleep,
covered with a Cloth. The young lm y
remnoved (he coveringio aand wasI terri
bly shocked to find the wonaan11'S head
amist seveied from hi body, evi
dently v by the blov of anl a1xe. The
youting ladv so OVInT0111 that she
tilit ed in it few molliets atter' assi
tance arrived. Thle womanl's hlusbanld
was at Colored Sectionl hand." thle namtte
of Bob B)ird. Birtl hild been working
wvih lte hanlds dui lihe mont1ingl
but whei t hey bad.all eatten dilner it
the 'ectionl llaster's houise', lie exc'used
himsell'fr4om returning to work oi the
grudthat hle was sic~k. The remainl
der of thle hanld., with thle Iaster,
wvent to wvorkon a tresite over' or- nealr
a nill poid. about. three miles from tlit)
house. While tlle'r were eingaed
here a o''ok, Bird callic ll)
iiehi excitei, and 1aking oil hits it
e4hlled god-byeto t hands, rushed
down ih (ll einbaikmenit. of' tie t restic
towards the mlill ponld, shoutling g ..ood
byo to all het saw, and without besiAu
tion pitlned inito (lhe deep watMer. Hfis
couIIaIt'. lowever. fhiJed him at the
Iist miomt, a lie seized the limbs
o1'a1 willow tree which leaned ti'omi the
banlks and overhn I111th ie water. He0
enlled histily for aissistanic'e, an)d one or
more 11 the section hanids waded in u)
to t heir neks but, were iunable to reach
hau1s'ted( or renewing his determnination
to die, let go the twig and thie waters
cl~osedt over1 himi. Th'le trage~itdy at the
house5 waIs liunnown to the wor'kers,
ais t hat ut. thet pondl~ wa'is to those at thie
louse, but wheni each was known by
bo0th par'ties, the timies of' the event's
d1ovetiling, and14 it beling remem~fbereCd
that Bird hadi b een for somec time ver'y
jeailons, and( that his ialoust' had tni
muiniatedl the dayi~ beo'e in the dijscov~
ery', or' t'neied discoveryv, of an intima112
ey~ of his wife, talken togethier' with the
excuses lie had madeis for lnt going to
work atter dlinnerC, indlucetd the con-1
l~usion that thue enraged husband hand,J
in a fit of frenzyV slain his wif'e, and
not knowing exac'tly where lie wvas go
ing, or what lie was do5inlg, sought hius
)ompa~iionis wt'ih thf~e deteri'naijon of
killing himiseli' in their presence.
BEIZI-V THfE OP'POJ.t TU..ITY'.
How Grant (lot is Weost Point Appoint
An Ohio memnber' of Congr'ess savs
that Genieral Giant on1ce gave himu the.
1f oowinig account of his admission to
,West poilut: When I was a boy., 1iv
oug hu G;eorgetown,1i Ill., my mnotheri
ran out of' butter one mor'niing, and(
ne'.ing some15 before it could be had at
the store, she senit ine over to the next
door neigvhbor's to borrow somec. I
was julst as well acquainted there as I
waus at. hzome ahnost, anmd opened the
door1' and wenit in without knocking,
andt just as5 1 wenit in one0 of the folks,
the old gentleman, 1 believe, was read.
ing a lettecr fr'omi a son wihio w~as in
West Poiiit. I didnl't want to d isturb'
themn while they weire r'eading the let-'
ter, antd stood there antd heard what
wias read. Well, the son said In this
letter that lhe himd beecn founid-that is,
lie had failed to pass (examination, and,
he would hiave to come home, and lie,
had sent the letter onte mail ahead, so
that the surpriiisc at hi~s retura might
not be so great. Wheni they got
through I bori'owed the bumttiir -and
took it homie, and then rushed down. I
to Thomas L. .Ilamarr's oflilce-he<
wa's our Congressman the--and I ask ,
ed imu if he wouldu't send me to Westi
Point. lie told ime flint lhe couldni't
send me until this other bov got
through, antd that wouhdni't Ibe for
thiiee years yet. '"But, Har'mar," said
1, ''suppose .this boy should fail to'
pass thbe .exaination, and should be
sent homie, with you send( me then ?"
"Well, Uly," said lie, "I guess if he
enn't pass5, there'dl be 1n0 use of you]
"But I wanut you to promise that
you will send me," said I.
"All right," said he, '"It lhe can'tget
throtugh I promise to let you try."
D~uring thle daylUnmar heard about 1
the othter fellow, aid the next day I a
went and asked If he had heard thle
news, lie said lie had, anti after'
laughing at me for' the way I had got
him to make the prnanise, he sakti It I
was all right~, I gthould go, Well, I
went, andI because my mothe'hap
penced to be out of butter has made wse
general of the army of the United
-A conhtrynman, After Intently
watching a sIgn In a boot and shoe
store in a city the other dhay, whieh
read "FIndings, stepped in and told
thle propihetor lhe hatt lest a brindle
.hielfer last week, and he would Jlke -to
know wlnit they would charge .hunt I
.-If' yo u miot ftake the baby tefthe
'ounltr'y, use r. Bull's Baby 8yrun for
flue ustral.iseases of' chIldhood, lIrIce
1880. SPRING. 1880
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
n111o11iO the receipt of a Itrg 11
sortaient of Spring Goods in th
vory latest desigi-s mid Nov
ulties, I 11d they offer thu
ollowinig goods ats'
low ats anly
in t1h 'Toro.
Wool lumnting in all desirable shalid
!renoh Bnliting in itaolc and Navy Blito
ho handsonuot ovor brought to this iad
wt. A beautiful Hio of
H AMBURG I)GIINGS
In ontiroly now designs, with Insou
lgi to matuh,
Just opened and ready for inspes tio
-all and see.
Of al1 kinda and of the best quali
it the lowest posible figures. Call earl
A largo took of (ents' Purnishliu
3oods for tih. Spring trade. Call and
We would call the attention of tli pu
ic ti our large stock (if Ladie.4', (ent
MIxses, and Chilreis shoes, which
tre now disposing of it a reorkably o
price. Givo us a vall beforo you pt
Also (1sewhere. as we feel saithiied I
-an suit you in quality, stylo and pric
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Wo will soll our largo stocli of Trunli
Valises, Railread 1gs al SatchVls 'It 0
rivvs, although they have alvanuced fu
ty 2Z por cent.
AN EARLY CALL
Will repay ladies. We ask yom onl!)
10o1)e to see (our stock alnd to h1,ar t!
wiees, and if you do no find it, to yo0
idvantage to buy, we will not ask you
P. INDEKER & BRO.
BUY TIlE BEST!
Screwed" Shqes, made by the 13
State Shoe and Leather Co.' sm
mialties at the Corner Store.
J. M. BEA TY & CO.
DN TIHE POTOMAC.
I'ho War Over I Peace 2Deelare
iBothI Sides V'ictoriousM.
PIANO BLOCKADE RAISE:
The long strike and lockout
New York Piano factorien ende
all factories open, 5,000 locked o1
vorkmen again :,t work. A new p
mo turned out every ten minut(
Work men happy. Purchasers wi
ranted pianos and couldn't get the
tiso hatppy. We have had a so
y timie for the past two months
~urnish pianos to impatient purcha
rs who wvoui~n't understand that p
mos had to be made before heir
lelivered, and it has worried i
nuchty, but the "w~inter of our di
eontenL" is now oser, and we are
ALL RIGHT NOMX
Back orders will be filled in sho:
netre, and new ones by lightnir
xpress. Our stock now on hand
rery large, and it is only certa:
ityles that wo have been short
L'hese are "comuing," coming," 300
)O0 more and den t you forget ii
Best of all, read this:
Present Priogg 0Qarajgged j
Raving made new contracts wvif
eading mannfacturers, which hol
ood until July 1 next, we engage I
ill eli orders received by that dal
it our present prices. Come wI
will we shaall not raise prices agai
mntil fall trade opens and fall pric<
tre established. We have atdvanoe
etail pl-ces buat a small per (een
kotwithstanding the large advan<
n wholesale cost, and our presei
)rices are still extremely low.
3UYER Can Never 3uy EAbPE
Lnd they will lose time and mono
)y, waiting. We have special bai
rains to offer cash buyers. Now it
Itrumeonts, now styles, no
>rices, now .termas. Send 1it
3atalogues and Deeriptive Ilhu
rated Pdico Lists,-giving full infor
[LUDDEN & B~ATE~S
Vhtolndte P lano aed Orgean Dealer
WINES AND LIQUORS
GREAT VARIETY. d
WOULD most respectfully infori
iy customners and the citizenIs of Fair.
Ihled genoerally, that I keep inl stock a
full supply of inuo LiquorS, Cigars,
Tobacco, &o., &c.,' aIU guarantee
satisfaction to any ono giving mec a
triald. My stock consists as follows: -
t- OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
BUAND'S SCHIEDAM GINS.
RAMSEY'S SCOTCH WHISKEYS.
SJAMAICA L. ). RUMS,
F. MORINO DE MORA SHERRY
W1 I N E.,
F. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G a. if. MiUMM & CO).'S RIIiMS
GENUINE RIINE WINE.
)O E9STIO LiQUORS.
SARATOGA PURIE,% RYE WIS.
NATIIAN'S 1.63 CABINET RYE
STRAUSS' IMPORTE) RYE W111- -
ve KEE-SE'S ItOWN" EYE WIUS1KEY.
r- STONE MOUNTAIN RYE, AND
CELEBIATED PFEIFFEIR E. RYE
KENTUCKY BOURBON WIUS.
1 PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACU1
NORTH CAiROLINA SWiEET \I ASn
t. CO -N W1 11IRKE.Y,
PLANTATION CORN WII ISKEYS,
6IN; ER URANDY,
- X~NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FRENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
e, KEG DR Y SCUPPERNONG WVINE,
I KEG SWEETI $CUPPERI(NO
1 KEG SWEET CATAWBA WVINE,
" BERGER & ENG EL'S CELEBR AT
ED) LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHIT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORITED) ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CIDER.
PURE NATUR AL APPOLONA.
OJ(GARS AXU) TOBACCO,
RIHAPSODY-A~ STRICTL~Y TEN
) CENT CIGAR.
* THE PRIME MINISTER CIGAR-3
nFORl 25 CENTS.
TEPUCK CJGARI-3 FOR 25 ]
sTHE CORONET CIGARh-3 FOR 25
io - CENTS.
r- THlE SONORA CIGAR-3 FOR 25
STHE SMASHIER CIGAR-- FORl 25
is TiHE LIGHTrNING CIGARe-5 FOR
,, THiE MONARICH OF THE SOUTH
CIGAR-5 FORl 2~5 CE~rs.
TIITHE MASTER STROKE~ CIGAR--5
t FORl 25 CENTS,
is T.HE AMERIICAN TWVJNS CIGAR
n 5 FOR 26 CENTS.
*THE COSTA1 RICA CIGAR-B FOR
THlE ROYAL SEAL CIGAR-10
FOR 25 CENTS. -
. TH E ROSE AND LILY CIGAR--10
hi PORl 26 CENTS.
T. CENTS EACHl.
L TW. BILACKWELLJ'S SMOKiNG
d CIE WING TOBACCO-TURIEE o
SURER E VERA(,IES
SODA WATER. U
THlE BEST MIXED BEVERAGES
-OF THlE SEA SON SERVED
AT ALL HOURS OF
1TIlE DAY, TO SUIT THlE MOST
e VERIY RESPEC~kFULLY,
- RNARO)'HALL -A
resh Arrivals Evory Week
-AT TIlE NEW STORE9,
JIDITIOW~ L. supplies of 11.~11c, P'erths~hire, T~tLWcO. LaCe andl vicowia Lawns, Checked flflO
lAUO Pi00, 111mul Cloth aid eiisi hit4, Lnce iuntings. priuta, all In new styles, Long
01118. shtuetizigs. i'ilioty U11.4 Cottons, eto., elleap its the chell'tpest.
A IDiIIV IN A1,-HILIC IBBONY, at TEN and TWENTY-FIVE OENTs, WOIO'TH TBB
Our' purehases have been flildo 1314,701M THiE TIDAL WVAYNE IN PflICICS AND AVTItl IT3
mII~ECid InI coflseqtiohfl uni, give good vi'1W3 to otir Custoflners for theoil pAWMI'Olfge
TVile be4t asortkiilI of J,ACE ULOVU8 AND 31IWr In theo City.
WE SELL STICTL.Y FOR CASH I
DESPORTES & EDMUNDS'
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
VILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
WE HAVE REMOVED
)UR ENTIRE' STOCK OF CLOTHING, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE
AMONG THE BEST IN THE MTATE,
TO T111 STO11 -,IOO0 IN .NEAR OF OR
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
All Goods Guaranteed I
apI 17 SUGENR EIMER & GROSCHEL,
F. ELDER & CO.
r ESPECTFULLY beg leave to Inform the citizens of Winnsboro an
. surrounding country that they are now inl recipt of t$eir Spring 0n4
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE,
CLOTHING F OR EV.EUYBODY
5TrkAW AND FELT HATS,
$HOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND OHILDREN,
NOTIONS IN PROF USION
AND LINEN DUCKS,
All our Goods are fresh, now and pretty. We vill take pleasura In
shibiting our stock to any and overy one. Qive us an oarly oall.
'B bUR (EDDERX4Y TOiRE
Ifull and comnple3te as it always is, Prics anad G~s giaranteend I3
;ure to come to mee un, and yon will certainly get yor money's wor b,
bINNSE3ORO DRY (OODS, ANCYB GOODS, AND MILLINERY
1OODS are flow open1 and ready for inspection, nd ladies will do well
>r o tcall ta sa -th best selected an~d largest stock of Millinery ever
Domestics, Straw and Chip Goods, Fronch Pattern flats,
Calicoes, Fe~athers, Laces, Nete, Lawni, Musliies,
Vhito and Colored Piqucs, Dross Goods in variety, Illusion, 8ilks, Satin,
ibbons, Corsets, Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets IRuching.'
~elts, Linen and Lace Collars, Fichus, Ties and everything ~ ge 'll*
ound in a first-clases Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Fstablish
iant. You can get all yon wvant ase reasonably as seune goods can be boght
nywhere, Always on~ hiand a
Of Shioes for Men, Ladies and Children. en's atnd Boys' Hats. Allikinde
I iy and Plantation Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, ac,, &o.
Another large lot of the popular new Davis Sewing MIachineM. Evr
amily should have one. No one should be without lt. OCay e4 .e tery
ange of work it will dlo, J soll jt Oni its own meorits,
apr1'i J . 0. B3OAG,
JUSa R EC.EIVED 10 Pieces of Lae Buntings in .31 the n1ew and de~
Four Pieces Lubini's Black Cashmr~igtwih o pi ad8o~
Ler, far below their .actual y l e e gtwih e
Ten Pieces Lattice Lawns, something nesw
One Piece Machine Tuekig at 50 cnsje adwr 5cns
One Piece Rudson Jaconet T'Xciga9 cents per aa4 7 o5 t een .2
Another lot of fine Marseills 8preadls at $2.00,
Twenty-A~ve Dozen TurkeyRadj Doilies at 7L cent.s a job-Warrated fast
Fifteen Pieces Swiss Muslins~enaen stwa 0otpryr
p to somethin~ at 25, 80 and 85o cen g slwas1pe.spryr
Two Pieces* dia Mull Musli to *ls ~ t2 t,'~~ 0o~~s
In Guipure Bands and Irish Lacs is lvs rp aeIein
id Buttons in all the new designcs. TeGoeCeeLc uhn
Anote Lot of beagutjfuJ Chroznosjust -receiyed iw n Josl oe