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[OWN AND COUNTY.
THURSDAY, January 6t i i 1 1881.
TrKiuMs oF THE NtCwS AND TIERALD.
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nature should be addressed to the
Wiinsboro Publishing Company
Wi.uisboro, S. C.
RALROAD SCHEDULE.-The trains
on the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
Railroad reach Winnsboro as follows:
Day passenger, northward, 1.42 p. m.;
southward, 4.57 p. n. Night paissen
ger, northward, 12,16 a n.; south
ward, 3.69 p. In. Day freight, north
ward. 8.65 a. in.; southward, 12.38
p. in. Night freight, northward, 2.38
a. Im.; southward, 10.85 p. n.-This
schedule is on the basis of Washing
ton time, which is about fifteen minutes
ahead of Winnsboro time.
[The night passenger trains will not
stop at Winns oro.]
Editors and Newspaprr Men-Hags
toz & Thorpe.
The trains still fail to run on time
This is settlhng time atid the printers
need money very badly. Step up,
delinquents, and give them a chance.
The thaw set fairly in on Wednesday
and the streets are in a horrible con
dition. Travel in the country is near
The News and Courier of Tuesday
contained the marriages of two young
gentlemen, former residents of Winns
boro-the Rev. Edwin C. Steele to Miss
Mary Porcher Ashley, of Darlington,
and Mr. Robert M. Means to Miss
Mary Barnwell Pinckney, of Charles
PERSONAL.-Mr. Thomas P. Ligon
is making preparations to remove to
Texas. We are sorry to lose any good
citizens from Fairfleld, but as lie will
go we wish him success.
Mr. N. P. Myers expects also leave
in a few days on an inspecting'tour
through some of the Western States
with a view of moving. We hope lie
-will be convinced that South Carolina
is the best place after all.
Mr. W. D. Bratton has returned
from Sewanee, having taken his do.
gree at the University of the South
Chester was represented at the mnas?
querde allon uesday naighit by Miss
S~ immons and Messrs. Dunovant, Biab
cock, Robison and Anderson.
REPrOnT 0OF THlE TOWN CLERIK.-The
following is the monthly statement of
tile Town~ Clerk and Treasurer for Dc
Dec. 1-Bal, per last state
menlt.............. $ 964.61
Dec. 31-Taxes..... .... .838.30
Dec. 31-Fines and li
Dec. 1-W. B. & L. A s'n, $ 214.00
Dec. 1-McM. B. & K.. 93.24
Dec 1-Who. Pub. Co. 15.00
Dec. 9- Cleaning Fire En
Dec. 15-Work on streets, 18.80
Dee. 27-Commissions... 2.40
Dec. 27-Extra police.. .. 6.00
Dec. 31-Regular police. 75.00
Dec. 31-Lamp-lighters.. 20.00
TiiE OUTRtAGE MILL.-Messrs. James
Q. Davis, Charles K. Rlabb and Thomn
us M. Roebuck appeared before Comn
missioner Stoeber ini Columbia on
Tuesday to answer the usual chiarges
of intimidation. Henry Johnuson, Levi
Johnson, Alex Goode, Tom Moore
and Willis Gamble gave the regulation
testimony, but it was of so flimsy a
nature that Messrs. Davis and Rabb
were released and Mr. Roebuck held on)
the absolutely false charge of following
Henry Johnson arond with a pistol.
On the same day, Hobbs and a ne
gro named Lopef,, who ranks Hobbs
as a deputy marshal they say, visited
Winnsboro wIth warrants for the
Messrs. Elliott, WV. G. Jordan, R. E.
Boyles and George E. Lauderdale.
Mr. J. T. Barren, of the firm of Lyles
& Barron, camne up and1 arranged for
bonds for those wvho desired to waive
Messrs. Lyles and Blarron have free
ly and voluntarily appeared before
Commissioner Stoeber as attorneys for
all the gentiemen arrested from Fair
fld since Captain Gaillard's return,
and have been of great service in so
euring the release of some and procur
ing bail for the others. Though they
say they are acting merely ini the line
of patriotik duty they nevertheless are
entitled to the thanks of this comma
TI! MAE QVICeRADIC htArLT.
All Ages and NatilontIos Tripping to
There was a scente of revelry on
Tuesday 'tight, as the poet hath it,
and thme Thespian Hall had gathered
the beauty and chivalry of Winnsboro
to obaso the glowifng hours with fl'yfng
feet. It is well that this be under
. stood, for- the casual spectator, as lie
viewed the motley throng, would have
-i erbeen led to imagine that a lua
tio aRylum.v.wasonrg (.91arade, or
that the happy fami of N ai's Al'k
had been kindly placed on exhibition
for the evening. Care and lngenuity
had boon displayed in preparing cos
fumes for the occasion, and the resull
was extremely gratifying to the mani.
agers and the participats, as well as to
those who atttonded inoroly as lookers.
on and spent the evening in puzzling
theirbrains i the almost hopeless task
of identifying the inerry inaskers.
The usual incongruous grouping was
observed. Nuns and priests forgot
their vows and indulged in mutual
flirtations. Ited Riding Hoods and
Grandmothers were alike oblivious
of -danger from wolves in sheep's
clothing. Scotch lassos disported with
cavaliers and Cuffees alike. The white
lady of Avenol was in strong contrast
to the diabolic darkness of the Ku
klux. Youth and age had a struggle for
the mastery, but the latter triumphed
and dragged her grandmother around
a willing captive. Night In her starry
robe tripped along as gaily as rosy
fingered Aurora might have done.
The Clown and the female Giant
would have been engaged by Barnum
(not the special deputy) on the spot.
Brother Jonathan and Mother Goose
were a striking contrast. The Gypsy,
true to her calling, read what the stars
said to the soldier. Richard Cour do
Lon and Saladin, the Turk, consorted
togoier in fraternal amity, while a
courtier in silver and satiu and an
othee in velvet and sword were quite
conspicuous. A iainbow gave oppor
tuno assurance that this vile weather
cannot last always, while Cutleo and
Dinah seemed determined to have a
good time anyhow. An old granger
stood at the door contemplating the
general spectacle with great sang
It would be vain, however, to at
tempt to enumerate all the distin
guished persons who were present and
added to the success of the occasion.
During the first part of the evening
only maskers were allowed on the4
floor, but. the signal for unmasking
came at eleven o'clock with its anius
ing surprises, and after this there was
general participation in the dancing.
Music was funaished by a string band
from Columbia, aid under its infln
en1ce Suic danced who never danced
before and those who had danced
danced the more. It was after two
o'clock before the entertainment clos
Thus passed off one of the pleasant
eat festive occasions that Winnsboro
has ever enjoyed. We doubt not that
it will be the precursor of other similar
How liuisn PEAs.AN'rs LivE.-A cor
respondent of the Boston Journal,
writing froin Galway, says: The deis,
misnaned cots, in which the peasantry
Qf Ga vay and. MLayo counties live arc
merely stone shelters. Owing to the
intense ignorance of .the pecoplc they
are not provided with an y fail i ties
for dirainiage, and arc often incomipara
bly' filthy; The- flioors' are of harnd
mud ; it is rare to find( more thani one
room in a hint, andl only one story.
Beds and1( bediding are lu'xuries which
the p~oorer tenants do not p~ossess; old
heaps of hay and straw arc the conchecs
on which the lovely brown-eyed,
1 irge-browecd mladens of Conn'iht
rep~ose. Thle smoke from a peat lire
iln a connnon p)easanlt's cabin spreads
through the room, and you narrowly
escap~e strangulation on y'our first visit.
I have had this ex perience in Ilerze
govina, and consequently minded thme
smoke but little. How family decency
is maintained in these dens is a m~ys
tory, and how people manage to keep
clean-for they look, clean- is a punz
zie. The pigs run in and out of the
door1s, anid such wretched pigs. A
North Carolina wild hog wvould be an
aristocrat beside them IiIn (dozens ,of
these cabins sick 1people are to be
found-sick peop)le dependent either
on the charity of their neighbors or on
friends in America wvho scud( them
small sums..* A gentleman in Galway
told me that the agenits of landlords
treated the poorer tenantry as if they
were animals, ie inistancedi tile case
of one agent who, on rent day, when
any teinant wa'1s short1 a half' crownl in
his payment, wvould knock the money
oil' the table on the floor, so as to hum
miliate the tenant before his fellows.
Up to a very recent date the better
class of tenlants would not have dared0(
resent any such behavior; they were
ready toe fawnv before thle man11 wvho in
suited them.; Now tihe tables are
turned and the agent sneaks in and
out among the people, taking twenty
live per cent. less than tihe usual rental,
if indeed lhe gets anlyting at all, and
is glad1 to get awvrly againi Out of tile
farming dlistrict with his head still onl
-Tn wvhat resplect is an I'll--br'ed mnan
like lighinlg ? I e does not kno w how
to cond~ucet himself'.
-UI. E. Ilodge, Cambridge, Alich.,
says: I have been afflicted with Asth
mal for years, an "Only Lung P'ad"
gave tnc immedIate relief. I can
recommllend~ it as the1 greatest remedy
ever prodtuced.-LBee Att. *
EDITORS AND NEWSPAPER MEN
or theO country endorse James nioss' Patent
Goldc watch Cases. As a, proof, 101ead tihe fol.,
Balttniore, Md., March 1 1880.
It gives-m ip jleasure to inform you thant fthe
James Boss watch Caso I have carrIed has
gvnperfect, satisfaction. It, w'ars beauti
Ed. ad Propi't, TIelegrami.
ta~ayet te, Ind., March 8, isso.
I take pleasure ini commnendling tile Janmes
noss watch (iaso- as highly sat factory anid
equal in wear to one of solid gold. They are
the "Boss" in tact as Well as in name.
\V. ii. I.I NG1UE,
.Ed. and P'ropl't, Cour/cr.
Uies Molars, 1a., Feb. 23. 18s0.
Our manager has carried a Jasin hnss
Palent watch iCase, andi ch eerfully says thbat, it,
cannot, be beaten in rny way.
R'T.\TE' LEADIER CO.
P'ub'rs iowa' Stte JLea~Icr.
waiseka, Iil.. March 5, Pss0.
I am pheatsed to say fliat the Jamnes n~ose
wIatehi (Onse I have is entireiy sailsfactory
being in every respect just, as representied, li
is a perfect, beauty. M. II. P'ETlm~,
Edi. andt Prop't Iroquota Co. 2Times.
wVaisau, wifs., Ma rch 10, 1890.
The watch Case I have of your* makeoi lin
every way satisfactory : it, is jumst. splendld.
MAli It . fiAhN[UM,
Ed. and IProp't, '1orchi of Idnmrty.
The above are concurred In by hun:Ireds of
ether editors as well as merchants, mnehantes
anti jewelers, in all parts of thec country.
-This is the only patent case made of Tlgo
Plates of Solid Go1ld. It~is wvarrantedhby spe
cIal certificate. Ask your jeweler for illustra
ten catalogue containiing ful description.
rruHE copartnership existing. under..khc
firm naino of Matthews & (o. ox
pires this day by limitation. All persom
indebted will please call at an early dat<
and settle accounts.
It. L. ELLIOTT,
JNO P. MATIIEWS, Ju.,
J. H. CUMMINGS.
January 1, 1881.
The undersigned will continue th<
business at the old stand. Terms posfule
ly cash. This trade respectfully solicited,
JNO. P. MATTIEW8 Jt.
TO foreclose a mortgage, and by an.
thority vested in ine, I will sell, al
public outcry, at the Court House ir
Winnsboro. 8. C., on the 15th day of Jau.
uary, 1881, for cash, the gray horso, aboul
ten years old, owned by Noai Johnson.
H. A. GAILLARD.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines.
(1A TOR OIL, Bluestone, Borax, Cay
enno Popper, Lactoineptine, Batlh
Sponges, .:ougb8yrups, Sooth Ing 8yrups,
Bay l1um, Perfmnery, Cinchonidia, Qui.
nine, Tufts', Gilder's an1 Strmng's Pills,
Essence Ginger, Capsine Plasters.
Onion Sets, Prepared Cocon. Canary
Seed, Gun Powder Tea, Ilyson Tea, V'ow.
dered Black Popper, Machine Oil, &. Just
MuMASTER, RIUCE & KETCHIN.
N examination of applicants for firsi
.A~ grad certificates will be held in
the Court flouse, in Winnsboro, on the
second Ieriday in January (14th), 1M81.
and for the other grades, at Mt. Zion
School on the following day. These will
be the only examinations until July next.
For Co. Bd. Examiners.
For salo at the Drmg Store, by
nov 18 W. E. AIKEN.
FRESH GROCERIES I
UGA RS, assorted. Coffees, Rio,
Laguayra and Old Gov. Java,
Rio and Old Gov. Java Roasted,
T1eas, Black, Imperial, Guipowdei
and Young Ilyson.
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, To.
matoes, Sal mon, Corned Beef, Deviled
ham and Ti'urkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaro Ii anmd Cheese, Ginguer Pro.
serves, Pin -Head Oat Meal, Coope
Gleatine, Mustard, Black Pcplpr and
Baldivin Catsup, Cross & Black
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow~
Chow, Assorted. Pickles, Lea & Per.
ri n's Wor~cestersljii-c Sauce.
J. F. McMASTER & CJO.
t01n110 & lilelh'
IF you want a real good article at its
proper value. Their prices arc low,
considcring the quality of their goods.
They have a splendid stock of Gold
and Silver Watches, Plain and Fancy
Rings, Studs and Sleevc Buttons, Gold
and Rolled-Plated Sets, Silver and~
Platedware, Pocket and Tablo Knives
Gold Pens andc Pencils.
A large assortment of Glassware
Lamp Goods, Toilet Sets, Vases
Clocks, (warranted good time-keep
cr's), Spcotacles anid Eye-Glasses t<
suit all ages, Safety Lamp-Burners
Machine Needler, Violins, Vjlh
Strings, etc. etc,
(F) Newv Crop NEW ORILEAN:
MOLASSES, best ini the market, an
syrumps of all grades.
A flane assortment of
.Also, a good qtiality of OAT MIIEAL
in five pound packages.
GIVE ME~ A CALL.
LUDDEN & BA rES'
MUSIC HOU E.
THE MUSIC'HOUSE OF THESOUTH !
REMOVAL TO OUR
Now Double Store
An Imnionse Music Temple,
Two large stores, each 30 feet front and
four stories high, fronting on three streets
and filled from collar to loft with musical
supplies. Nothing to oompaco with it in
the Southern States.
A BIG STSOCK,
A BIG TRADE,
AND MORM TO OOMs.
During the ton years since our estab
lishoment of our house we have developed I
the musio trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. We see, not many years ahead, a
business of t million a .ear, and to take L
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our present mammotil warerooms.
Fall trade 1880 will be immense. We are
ready for it. For months our soniQr part
nor has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. le has concluded most
advantageous contract,, and the Pianos
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,000 11
more, by every steamer. New Styles, New il
Prices, New Terms, New Store, Now Do- t<
SPECIAL OFFER, FALL 1880. V
Cash prices with three Months credit.- A
During months of Aug. Sept. and Oct. tv
we will sell Pianos an d Organs at LowEsT
CAsH PnicEs, payable $25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ. with the
balance in three months, WITHOUT NTRsn
WHAT DO YOU SAY TO THIS OFFERT
Write for Illustrated Caialogoes and
New Price Lists for Fall 1880 and pre.
pare to be astonished.
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Plano and Organ Dealers.
COLUMI A. HOTEL.
nov 25-tx8m PROPRIETOR.
R. W. PHILLIPS, .Agent, Winnis
boro, 8. 0. decc 21-iy
0H, YES! 011, YES!
3HEST NEMOUNTAIN CORN WIlS
. EYhas come and is still coming.
If ontn g od Whi~hey and good I
CLENDINING'S HO USE,
next door to W. R..Doty & Co. Ho keeps I
the best of evergthing. The best Ncthan's t
0Old Cabinet Whiskey. The bestibson's a
IWhiskey. The best Ten Cents SogAd.
The best Five Cents Segar. And, above r
all thiligs; the best Dinner for 40 cente.
And if yoti c6mt int6~ town bet~oeei 11
and 1 o'elock, and are hungry, call a6
Clendining''s for a drink, and he will set ..
up a free nach for you. Clendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house;
Tn nesge begs leave to say
A tothe public that he is now riuns
ning a first-class Shavi'tg Safoun in
andr recalCt. None but d)n etenlt i
adexp~ert wvorkinert arc employed;
and those who wlin fatov us with their' I
custorn are gual~ced satisfation-,
Dne in the latest and neatest stye-.
Donu't forget to call and~ give meo a
trial, and' I will please you.
J1. M. 'McCA LL,
Opposite Dr. Aikeni's Drug Store.
i'ubscribe to Tfit NEw N Sim
ireat Excitement I
00D8 GIVEN AWAY!
Y E, the undersigned, announce to
the public that we have just re
4ved a now lot of
RY GOO DS,
ADIES' AND dENTS'
OOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS, VALISES, &C.,
rhich we will sell at the lowest; and
i addition to the low prices we give
> every purchaser of $6.00 an extra
[FTY CENTS WORTH OF GOODS,
id to every purchaser:of $10, an ex
a present of
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH.
A new lot of Three-Buttoned Kid
loves, only 50 ccnts, real Alexander
id Gloves, $1.00-worth $1.25.
ALL KINDS AND STYLES.
A call for inspection is cordially n
ited, and satsi'action gliaranteed in
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
URE i BACK ACHE
nd all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
lmproved Excelsloi' tRidney Pad
It is a nmarvel for healing and relief.
IldPLIA, SENSIBLE, DIRECT, PAIN
LESS, POW ERFUL.
It eures where all else f ails. A Reye
tIt~io anld Revolution in Modioine. Ab
arption or diredt applicatioli, ris ojpdsed
unsatisfactory internal medicines. Send
r our treatise on Kidney troubles, sout
'ee. This Is the Original and Genuine
:idney Pad. Ask faf- it and talko ho 6tlier.
old by drnggists, or sent by mail, on re
Thet "Only"b~., ,1 Lun P'ad Co.
lures by ABSOlU'UON (Nature's way.
LL LNG DIJSEA8IFS,
It Drives into the system difrative
gents and healing medicita es.
It draws from the dihe ased parts the
olsons that cauRO doath.
T1housands testify to iIM vhftues.
Yotl cait be Relieved and Cureicl
Ion't despiair ntil you have .trind this
ensile, Easly Applied tind RtADICAL.
aY EFFECTUAL Remedy. Send for tes
imonlitind pur book, "Three Millions
Year." Son tfree.
Sold by Druggists, senit by i on
boeipt of price, $2.0I0; by
The "Ounly" Lnng Pad Co.
.Williams Block, Detroit, M~I'ch.
dec 21-f f~m'
-IHIS Is an Association of bnsineern mein;
I.who, fo their mnftnal p rotectioit,
on'tribnite towards a fund, so as
n dAse of death, their families may re
olve from $2,(00 to $5,001 , according to
#nonnt of certinecate. This Is on6o6f tha
iest plan,# of~ life l'osirado'ce. Yon pay as
on go,- fust like fire insurance, and with
NoMa 6onvenicnoe oven, as you pay b~y
miall instalments during the year. We
ofer to thoso best acquainted with uts,
iz : members in Faitield: 0.. H.- Mc
laster, Jas. A. Briec, Jno..B. Davis, 1.
C. Flenisiken, B. Sugonhoimer, J. W.
Ie~rojght, 'ao. J. N611, ThomAs TL. John
oJn, J. Olendining, fljf. Hanahah, R.
(eans Davis, Jas. Q. Ilavre.- Rt onie
hat should like to become6 a member will
'pply Wo 0, C:. BACOT,
ont 2 Agent
Pav tour suibeer~pii
M Y STOCK of Furniture, which w i
est according to quality, and for
Remember that all my goods are warra
Furniture elsewhere, then come to the
best selection and canl buy cheaper. B1
way. Blythewood, White' Oak, Woodw
and York. This is a recommendation 4
A new oupply of Window Shades, W
Frames, Chromos, fHat Racks, and Bool
The largest supply of Tin Chamber S
ber Suits. Call and see them. A new
any. DIon't Buy a Machine merely bee
it uad likes it. Reimenber that most o
plf'ed have bust little merit. The one
time and vexation, is noiseless, ru
it. Remember the Gold Medal was aw
over eighty competitors. I can refer y
always given entire satisfaction. Ren
Sash Factory. All orders eitrusted to
the lowest prices. Furniture neatly rev
prepared to make to order. Lmnber an
Ing Machine Needles and attachments a
mie. Don't fail to call before purchasin,
ELEGANT IN FININIK,
AND IN FACT
The Ooly Perfect Iachne Made,
A. & A. G. ALFORD,
No.23 South Calvert Stroot,
fam e& Gooas!
THE i"OLLOWING GOObS WILL
For the. reason that they have this day
been slightly danmaged4
i Piece lIack Cashinei'e ivorth $1,00 at
1 Piece Black Cashmere wvorth 851 cents
at 60 cents.
1Piec'cnt atrown CJashinci-o worth 70
cens a 40cents.
These prices are a great deal less
than we paid for them and are IION
McMASTERj ]BRICE & KETCIIIN.
W E have now in store the largest
stock over purchansed b~y us,
and which will be disposed of at low
. Dry Goods,
.Clothing, Hat ,
. hoes, Groceries, Bridleu.
Saddles, Harness Red Leather,
Harness Leather &c.
We are not given to "BLOWING;"
buit dafi trtthfuilly say we are offer
ing solid bargains, and will be glad
to see you.
sept 20in . SPIT .
KIhls Mountain Military School,
YORK VILLE,, s. 0.
T0HE SECOND SE6ION f the twefrey
and close Jurie 30tli; I
TERMS PER 5EssioN:
For School Expenses, I, a, Board
Tuition, Washing, Fuel arad
Lights, - - 400.00
Surgeon's fee and iue of bookar.. - 5.0'0
ForCirondars containing full Informa
tion, applg to CbL. A. COWVARD,
dec '1 -tfob1 Principal.
Nowe Store !
New Goods I
I N addiltion to my (4rocerf oni tho on.
or, I have op)enedi~ a Fanoy Grocoty in
sply old stand, onre doer south of Beaty &
Biro., Where I leep a full d6eotion of nice
things fdr Christmnas times, such as Sour
Kraut. Bologtna Sausage, Breakfast Stri pa;
Onions, Ap pplea, Oranges, Cp coanut, Ba
nanas; Cabbage, Ilish Potatoes, ete., ete.
Call at Headqna~itoys, on the corner,
and buy y6n~r Brandies, Ruins, Liquors
and Wilnes, 6f whioh I keep a full neloc.
tien.. Forty barrels of these gooths ona
hond. W, II. DDNLY,
I he the larest, lhandsomest and clacap'
design amtf workmanship uneqtialed,
nted to be as. represeited. PfI voui
first-class store where you wil have the
,ar in mind that I ship goods to Ridge
ard's, Blackstock, am11 as far as Chester
)f the quality and price of my goods.
all Pockets, Brackets, Mirrors, Picture
z Shelves, cheaper thanl the cheapest.
ts, made to imatch C ttage and Cham
gnpply of Sewing Maclhineis as good ats
Lse your mother or your ieiglitor hias
r the machines that *are most largely
rol want is the one that will save vou
is light and will lasti a long time. I have
irdeci to one of the Machines I represent
m to many that are ush1g it, anld it has
ember that I am agent for a Door and
me will have prompt attentioii and at
aired at moderate prices. I am also
1 Shingles for sale at sall profits. Sew
nd parts of Machines can be had through
elsewhere. R. W. PHILLiPS.
ni-tnvim Ar /n.PAT"UT-e
ALL persons 'vbo bought dLoch
from mc last spring on time wvhosj 4
notes are due first October, will
please be pi'hpared to meet them. as
full payment will be requireda
Prompt payment will only enable
mne to accommodate them nex6
Denivered at my Stable bh Conjrrese
Street,.located one door south af thel
TO BE SOLUi .A
VERY fDNAiL UOFl%!
bur' business, for the honobn that we arc
gaining gi'oumi 1iistead of losing, alta
11 this good trade of ours continues,
tlie bait Clhrbwvn out will bedotuo so
tainted with skippers, thabti di prties
holding the line wvill be mat *UKI flis
sad fisherman's 1uck.
We 6xtend a. cor-dial lhdifstion to.
bine and alU, td all andt 46 us. '
SUJGENNHE.IE & GROESC~I2J,
DR,. W. E. kMllEN,