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LOCAL INTELLIG "N-'
Saturday. Nove:mber 30 : . '85J
-At Thespian Hal--Mn:likin, the
- -"Caroline" Salve at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-On Thursday night the train killed
fine brood Fow belonging to Mr. J. W.
-The ui.s>n service will be held in
the Presbyterian Church Sunday night
at 7.30 o'clock.
-The me.:i--ine man is on hand at
the colored 'air dispensing his decoc
tions from a buggy.
-The tos a was literly packed and
jamed wi:1, negroes on Friday-the
colored fair and the price of cotton
-Thanksgiving day was observed i
in all the churches in town ou Thurs
dy except at the Episc opal Church,
the pastor being absent.
-Judge Earle decided at Anderson
last week th.t the m'n who takes
mo. zy from another to buy liquor is
the real seller in the eyes of the law.
-The time for paying taxes will
expire before the meeting of the
legislature, thus there is not likely to
be any extension of the time for pay
-On Thursday, 25th inst., Mr.
D. Mobley, of B!ackstock, was
married to Miss Louise Allen, of
Spartanburg, Rev. D. P. Boyd per
forming the ceremony.
-Capt. D. P. Crosby has had a neat
new sign painted at his place of busi
ness. It is now the Cl.ester Machine
Company instead of the Moffatt Mann
facturing Company.-Chester Reporter.
-Mr. E. B. Ragsdale has gone to
Blairs to look after the quarry which
is being opened there by Messrs.
Razsdale & Ragsdale. They are at
work but are not fairly underway yet.
-Mr. Oneal, who has been living at
the Paul place, one mile we,t of :own,
wi1 not farm next year. lie will
move to town to live, but will be
traveling the greater part of his time.
-Tie Wallace band from Columbia
is attracting the colored people by its
street parade. They appear twice a
day. The authorities of the colored
fair have einla ad them for the oCe
-O. Friday, SIeriff Eili-on received
two gueats at the county boarding
house. One, Wade Owens, is charged t
with siealing seven dollars from .Rich
ard Hall on the 23rd day of October.
*The o:h. r, Tom Johnston, is charged
with mnalic~ious mi2ehief. i
-T-.vo galdiens 150 proof kerosene
oil for 25 ets, single galion 15 c s.
adv W. R Daty & Co
- We are~ glad that so mnany of out t
Winn'sboro a:nd Firfield pe.apie have t
taken adva.tdge of the opportunity toa
vi-it the Atlants exposition. We are
d beause it is a benefi--isi pleasure
and recreatien. There is no bette''
way to bec* nue liberal in one's views t
and there is no better source of im
proveimenit thani traveling. -Those of c
us who mm* our Northern brethren in
Atlanta wi': like them b,:tter and wet
get a mHore .'nlarged conception of the
Sonth's imnortance and progress. It
is wvell en::ugh when you are forming
a good op)inion of your,..peighbor to
have a good opinion of yourself. And
at Atlan-a the South's greatness is t<
--A fine opportunity- a fine photo f
by Mullikin. adv
SIXTY Now.--ThoEe persons sixty fi
years old now have to pay a poll tax;
the convention has changed 1.be agp. a]
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Youa WnoIrs.-All those who
are contesting for the prize for the
be tiest hog raised in Fairfi".l County
will ple'te sen'd their name' anid the
first aid last weighta '.f the hogs as
soon after the 1ith day of Decemb'r
a' possible No m tter whe'ther' yon
are ti.e f* ,rtuna'e o-w or' ni , we witll
publish e. list of imies of all who are
i . he race.
KNOCKED His VWW: DlowN.-11" r
Str. k-, c..h>r'n', hade a quat: el on the
street.; oin UTur-day w ith his 'w ife anid
km. cued hie: down. We lear, fromg I
-the police that the wife l.in ed tha;t
Henry had th: ee dollars of her ~monie'
and she tried to ge: him t" give it to It
er. Trhe quarrel went on un.il he t
knocked l.er downx and ran. Henry y
was arrested, sentenced to pay a fine
of $3 or work the streets for six day .
- IsN'T SHtE B~EAU'TFUL !" Occasion
all' one h: ars this expressioni, as alady
with .a strikingly lovely compr.lexiont
ia'e- nl'long the diteet. Cert ainly !
he use, the F.MOCS BLUSH OF ROSES
pmauf..ciureCd by Miss Flora 4. Jones,
8 uth End, Ind. Supp!ied by John
1. McMas er' & ('o. V ibe, 75 cent s
You Losv, I Wrx --The wh<eli of
misfortnine is on the street to catch the
unwary negro or wh~teman. The de
vice is 1 bra~s arrow turning on a
pivot at the midd!e. You ge2t what
ever article tLe arrow p;oin,ts at when i
it stops, but it always .-tops short of~
the money paid, it seem'. Ther'e is
aways some one tool en urb to think
they can outgamble a man with hi' -
own gambling device. But th~er
usaly p ay fur t':eir conci it.
The St ' Batptist Convention me't in
Greenv a.on Tuesday ight ladt. The
tend.ne', including~ delega-es and
isam. in t he neig hborhood of 300.
RELTGrots SERVICES.~-Service will
be held in the following churches on
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Rev. C. E. McDonald. Service at 11
a. m. Snuday School at 5 p. n.
Prayer meetii'g Wednesday a at p. m.
Young I eople's meeting and choir
practice, Friday evei. ng at S:15.
Presbyterian-I1 a. ii;. by the pastor.
&unday School at 4 p. in. 'raN er
meetit g Wednesday at 4 p. in.
Methodi:t-11 a. in. by the pa-tor
Sunday School at 4 p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at 4 p. in.
Baptit-11 a. in. by the pastor.
Thursday aft rnoon meetings at b
o'clock. Sunday SchocIat 10 a. n.
Mr. J. T. Barron is viaiting rela!ives
i- t )wn.
Mr. P' J. McMaster, of Port Tampa,
Fla., is visiting hii parents, Mr. and
irs. I. N. -iM1aster.
Dr. W. 0. Brice, of Columbia, was
in town Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. Duty returned
from Atlanta on Thaisdav night.
Mr. J. H. Cummings has returned
from a commercial tour of portions of
Rev. J. T. Chaimers, formerly pastor
of the A. R. P. Church, arrived on
Friday and will preach to A. R. Pres
byterians on Sunday morning. Mr.
Chalmers will remain -i.til Monday.
His many friends will be glad to meet
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
A Turkey Causes a Broken Leg.
There are various ways for men and
ioys to get injured and we o ten ex
,ress surprise at the manner of acci
lents To say that a turkey broke a
oys leg would require a saline ap.
)u ieit perhaps to make one swallow
uch a statement, but nevertheless such
app:ned here on Thursday. Mr.
amuel Simpson purchased two turkeys
n Thui-sday and sent them home by
he negro from whom he got them.
s little s.n Johnnie, insisted on
:rrying one and. the negro let him
tava it. A dog came along and
amped at the turkey, causing it to
truggle in the attempt to get loose.
'he effort of the fowl threw the little
llow to the ground with such force
hat his leg was broken between the
nkle and knee, both bones being
roken. He received wdedicsl atten
ion at once and is doing very well.
-Mullikin, the photographer, is
easing the pe.ple. His business is
icreasing in evidence of the fact. adv
THE COLORED FAIR.
Ttie exoibits at the colored fair are
.t quite as full as they were last year,
ur etill the showing is creditab!e to
e co.lored people. We will publish
premium li t later on showing the
it.nt of the exhibits. A cursory
lance at the stock, hog and cattle
epartmfents show that the attention of
e colored people is ini that line.
here were a lot of well bred hogs,
>ttle and horses in the lot. Sampson
larris has a stallion and two colts at
e fair which are worthy of favorable
Dennis Caison has a fine mule colt.
Richard Boulware also has a good
mice c.olt of the Spanish stock.
Wlie Strother has a horse colt said
>be 16 months old, which was in our
mdgment the finest colt on the ground
>r its age.
A. P. Harper has a flue heirse colt 17
ionts old, and John Williams has a
Lige Hall has the best bred cow,
pparently. She is twe an4 a half
ears old and in gpo fgt.
The fancy work, such as quilts, pid
ashions, fancy baskets, gg needle
rork genera'ly, isi very creditable
The househol.d department abounds
ith jellies, preserves, pickles, fruits,
ud the like.
The field crops, of carm, oa.ts, sugar
mn-, cotton, pumpkins, potato squash
td such prouducta look like living.
The p)onhry department is well
LI. esnted --turkey s, gee-e, chickens,
~c.-all (-f them in abundunc>.
- Malikin is prepared with the best
n 'aest instru men's anid methods in
Chs. B. iIood. Broker and lianufse
urer's Agent. Columbus, Ohio, certifies
hat Dr. King's New Disccvery has no
qual as a Cough remedy. J1. D. Brown,
'rop. st. Jamues Hotel, Pt. Wayne, Ind.,
istfies that he was cured of a Cough of
wo years standiog, caused by La Grippe,
*y Dr. King's New Discovery. B. F. Mer
ill, Baldwinsville, Mass,, says that hre has
sed and recommended It ard never knew
to fail and would raiher h. ye it than any
octor, because it always cures. Mrs.
Iemminfi, 222,E. 25th St , Chicago, always
:eeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup,
eause it instantly relieves. Free Trial
sotles at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store *
Coo: el Itober t Aldrie', of Barn
vell, has been announced as a candi
ate for I e fcurt) supreme court
udgeir, cr a'ed b>v t! e new consti
utin. The eictio:n will probably
ie p'aye du ing the next session' of
he t gislatur'e, and the're will be other
For Over Fifty Year.
Mn. WetNSow's SOOTHNo YitLr has
>een u'nd for over tifty years by millions
if mthers for their children whdle teeth
n'o, with per fec~t success. it soothes the
hhil, softens~ the gums, ailays al pain.
ue winrd colie, arid is the Dbt re medy
or Diarrhwa. - t will relieve the poor lit
le urterer immediately. Sold by Drug.
;i-ts in every part of the world. Trwenty
e .-nts a bottle. Be sure and ask for
.ira. Winwlow's Soothing Syrup," and
ake o other kind. 5-.:6tx1y
Ex Senator M. C. Butler has formed
prtnies!lp in Washington with the
weli known law firm of Shelley &
SOUTHERN CONGRESSMEN MAD.
Washin(gtun, Nov. 28.-If so.nc of
tbe Southern Republican Congressmen
make good their threats, the pros.
pects of presidential possibilities may
be injured by the action of the Ohio
and Indiana delegations last night, in
voting to support the McDowell-Glenn
combination for the offices of clerk,
door-keeper and and sergeant-at-arms
of the text liouse. Wnen the news
reached the headquarters of Mr. Tipton,
of Teunnessee, who i< the Southern
canitida'e for door-keept r, at midnight,
grest indiguationl was expressed.
There were present in Mr. Tipton's
room at that time Congressmen Brewer,
McCall, Gibson and Anderson, of
Tennessee; J. B. Fortune, of North
Carolina; ex-Collector Archie luges,
of Tennessee, and a number of State
politicians from Kentucky and North
Carolina. A heated discussion of the
situation followed, in which it was
asserted that neither McKinley nor
Harrison could secura the delegations
from these two Southern States at the
next presidential convention, after the
refusal of those delegafes to support
the Southern candidate for door. keeper.
Twenty-two of the twenty-four
Southern Republican Congressmen
will caucus to-night to decide whom
they will supp rt for one of the House
offices, notwithstaisding the general
belief ihat the "combination" will win
n ithout material opposition.
Judge Simonton has heard the testi
mony in the Columbia club case, and
will render a decision in a few da} s.
Did You Ever
Try Ele tric l;itters as a remedy for your
troubles? If ulot, get a bottle now and get
relief. 'ITis nw'dicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Com lints, exerting a
wonderful direct influence in civing
strength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss of Appetite, Constipation,ilead
ache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous,
Sleepless, Excitable, Me'ancholy or trou
bled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is
the medicine you need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Large
bottles only fifty cents at Mctaster &
Co.'s Drug Store.
Children Cry or Pitcher's Castoria.
Whea Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
Whea she was a Child, she cried for Catoria.
When Ahe became Mis, she elung to Cutoria.
Whe she had Children, she gave them Caetoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
P ARTIES owing the assigned estate
of Ulysse G. Desportes are here
by notified that payment must be made
within the next thirty days, or I shall
be forced to collect through an attor'
JA MES Q. DAVIS,
om Chnsans beto Gh pk
?0cand 1.00at Dru
DENT I TRY
B. J. Q UA T TLEBA UMb, D) E
cli SURVEYING, TERRACING
FLeveling, Drawing, Etc.,
T. M. BOUJLWARE,
-txly Wood ward/5. C.
A Physician Prescrifies Dr. Miles'
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.:
-My daughter Mattie, aged 14, was afilicted
last spring with St. Vitus dance and ner
vousness, her entire right side was numb
a.nd nearly paralyzed. We consulted a phy
sician and ho prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora
tive piervinc. She took three bottles before
we saw any certain signs of improvement,
but after that she began to Improve very
fast and I now think she is entirely cured.
She has taken nine bottles of the Nervine,
but no other medicine of any kind.
Knox, Ind., Jan. 5, '98. H,. W. BostrETTan.
Physicians prescribe Dr. Miles' Remedies
because they are known to be the result of
the long practice and experience of one of
the brightest, members of their profession,
and are carefully compounded by experi
enced chemists, in exact accordance with Dr.
Miles' prescriptions, as used In his practice.
On sale at all druggists. Write for Dr.
Miles' Book on the fleart and Nerves. Dr.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind..
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Hlealth.
B hEREBY GIVEN THAT AP'
ple:c ion will be made at the ne-xt ses
4l i of the General Assembly for
unendments to the charter of the Cape
a'ir and Cincinnati Railway Company
anthorizing the building of the road
to the limitsof the State, either through
Greenville or Anderson, as the Direc
tor's may det erminre, crosing interven
inst Counties, and from near Camden
o~the North Carolina lir.e in the direc
tion of Southport, N. C , crossing
intervening Counties, and to change
the name to the Southport and West
ern Railroad Company, together with
other general amendments to the said
charer. G. II. MCM AST ER,
.J. 0. CALWw., President.
Semretary and Treahurer..
Ready in all
A BEAUTIFUL LINE 0
Black Dress Goods in all the late
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, a
in all colors. Also Fancy Sackini
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses'
inducements in ladies' and gents'
A Large Stc
bought before the rise. Can si
I keep the celebrated R. & G.
assortment of ladies' stylish Wra
MY LINE 0]
was never more complete. HAT
Some good values in gents' Unde:
If you want a Trunk or Valise do
poorest man in the county can b
from me this season and not miss
Here is a stunner : A Silk Ux
Country merchants will do w
J. L. MTh
. D. WILLIFO
I OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling House and premises of
lenry N. Obea.
9 2Ntf T. K. ELLIOIT, Agent
W E offer at private sale a plantation of
Two Ilundred and Fifty (250)
Acres, lying near the residence of Mr.
.1no. b. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
lass, now occupied by Mr. Wm. B. Doug
Iass. Has good dwelling and other build
igs on it. Terms easy.
9-26tf T. . ELLIOTT, Cashier.
\7E have (placed in our bands)
some gilt-edged Fecurities to
~fler those hnving money to invest.
Ui coumun:ications shall be regarded
J. Q. D AVIS,
W, D. DOUGL ASS,
J. E. McDONALD,
11-9tf Winnsboro, S. C.
rHLRTEEN HUNDRED ACRES of
U land, situated near Albion, on
it tle River, for merl owned by Jno.
. Douglass. It will be divided into
mall tracts if necessary. Terms easy.
f not sold, it. will be rented.
Apply to J. E. McDONALD,
J. Q. DAVIS, or
10-22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
118 GARN~ETT ST.,
etween Loyd and S. Fryor Streets.
ithin halif block of two car lines
leading to Exposition.
By the day, week, or month.
RS. E. R.TURNAGE.
It is in the tires and rims that Rambler
lielyeto burst or break tha any otTes ae
are m eil an C ly orepaired. All
t any ,rcenone so good for the same or
CORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.,
WASH INGTON, D. C.
s$in dIsease Cures wi hout tallSr
leters, ahunlsitarrh, salt Rheu
simplest pimple to the foulest lcer. Fif ty
yas us with unvarying success, de
Ing and buildig up virtues. One bottle
an ohr kid rtvIt buids up th health
and strength from the first dose.
LIf not kep by your loca drgIt sendo
ties, and inedicineO will be sent, freight
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.j
I Teey ma and woman in the United
ats trsed*i*h " pum *and'Wi
end .n an n will be seat you tree.
We have just received another lo
Although leather has advanced in pric
we bought our stock in June, before
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. L:
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If yoi
the future storms and mud call for Bl
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it t
same old price will bzy them. Send I
heel shoes. We have good stout scho:
snd $4.00 Shoes.
A new line of Outings, Ginghams,
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brows
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Je
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Su,
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macar
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegi
Try our Dried Apples-good and ci
We are selling Reed's Shoes and PE
out. Only a limited quantity and a f
We are offering a specially low pri<
and look at them. Respectfully,
Cotton States and International
SEABOARD AIR LINE
VESTIBULED LIMITED 1 RAINS
Upon whbich no Extra Fare is Charged.
Char'eston and Columbia to Atlants
SCHEDULE. 403 1 41 45
Lv Catawba....10.29 am 9.5Opm .......
Lv Chester...... 11.05 am 10.38pm .......
Lv Carlisle...... 11.29 a mlll.09pm .......
Lv Charleston ... ...... 7.00 a
Lv :emter. ....... ........ 9.44 a
v Coliumbia..........I 5.O0pm 1I.15 a
v Prosperity... ......7.2pm 12.29n
v Newvberry....... 7.58pm 12.43 p
v Clinton...12.29 n'n 12.68n't 1.40 p
v Greenwood.. 12.57 p1m! 3.04 am 234 p
1yAbbeville.... 1.24pmi 1.45am 5.00 p
Ly CalhounFalls~ 1.46 p mi 2.16am 3.26 p
r Atlanta.. 4.09 p ml 5.20 am- 645 p
Trains 403 and 4t aricoinposed of
the handsomest Pullma~n Drawing
oom, Buffet Sleeping CQrs and Day
No. 403 ("The A tlanta Special") is
esibuled from e:nd to end and is
perated solid from WVashington to At.
lanta teithout change.
No. 41 is operated solid from Ports
outh to Atlanta without change.
No. 45, composed of Day Coaches,
s operated -solid from Charleston to
Atlanta (through Sumter, Columbia,
rosperity and Newberry) without
These trains land passengers'in the
nion Depot at Atlanta--as near the
Exposition gronds as through passen
gers via any line are landed.
-FROM- . A. C. ,E.
Chester............ 15 80
Carlisle. ........... ,5 4 7
harleston.......... 35125 2
Sumter............. 0~*~ 6
rosperity........... 9 6347
ewberry........... 8 5 541
$120' $470 $3545
CalounFals..:: 11: 56584 105 3 0
cembe 15th wit e15em limit 7
day iom at1o s0le.9 66
cembe 30th wit 45to Gl95it 79
siton ye ahlds......... . Here you 1
;atnd Asa-Caifornia sold aine the
cemberd15th,ewith extreme limt
January 7th, 1896.tinalyevr
:vLNd C.-Tickonet lobe disyrtore
eme Onthe wtheremae fouitd,
A0Lnx E.-Tickets vialdh daorDe
Pumea3th SweithCa eereaimit7
wllyb frmde ndfuraher.nomto
furissed, un applicatiecto any p
tiof vt hed inbor Amerin e,r ou
h nd cresinde,ehbt fo ird
IdAlk. a liorni Tand aneSO,th
nite State JOf AmcePreidendthe
niedt ae ofd az etiOn M exon
anadaO, d o hon until earlyever'
riie ation cenin then n glo to repr
Pate. takn theouterraces aoreceiund
mongia nyi ther ccttfcracn, Aad
hs arobonwdeica viaefo , theolcwing
ut ostt tho:e pneore have thleid "ary
alan cicloneraysatinti or n
Askdiz fortickeothy vi ta Tea Sgeor
eulans2. Sceeping E Cabr retseaion
iflpltes madels and urhertonfraon
urith pn capplicateione to an. th
aet design e.ecntat. drs
XU.NW.OB. O VER, 3T. J.RSON
1K TO SELECT FRO!
F COLORED DRESS GOODS,
st styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
,nd Flannels. A big assortment of
;s for children. Something nice in
and children's Hose. Some special
ck. of Shoes,
vve you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. The best
ps you have ever seen in the Boro.
3 to please the old and young.
wear. Look at my line of Cravats.
n't buy until.you price mine.. The
uy a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
his money. -
abrella for seventy-five cents.
.ll to price through my immense
, - - Matager.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches,
Apricots and Prunes.
Hecker's Self-Raising Buck
wheat and Oatmeal.
Barrel best N. 0. Molasses.
East India Pickles, some
thing fine; try them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle.
A full line of Canned Goods
always on hand.
All kinds of Fruits in stock.
A full line of Heavy and
Give me a call.
MRS F. M. HAABNICIT,
238 West Peachtree,
THIRD iDOOR FROM LINDEN
STREET, ON CAR LINE, midway
between Car Shed. and (near) Exposi
MODERATE R ATES.
DR. A. B3. PA TTERSON.
DEUIGi lFUL ROO\MS. BOUSE
and f:,rni4ure new. I have all modern
conveni'o e s Gaa, E'ectric Bells, hot
and (:old water~ bath roomns on echJI
floor. F;ir. and ail eceommoda.tions
first-c!:in hivery res pect. Conveni
eit to a!I p'ac, s u ofluement. lIm
mediately on car line to Expositio'.
Rlat.s, $1.00 -and $2.00 per~ dayi.
Special ra'es to pa: ties of six ur more.
MIRS. J. J. BARNJFS,
283 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga.
of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoee.
e, and carried the price of shoes with it,
the advance, and are selling nearly all
tdies' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
i wish the best ladie.' or misses' shoe for
-Y STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
he best shoe in America for the price:
he children to us for good wea. ing spring
>1 shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.00
Calico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
ans and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
gar, Coffee, Canied Goods, Baking Pow
mi, Tea, Spices, Oat Ffakes, Buckwheat
r, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
,dan Bros'. Shoea at cost to close them
w size.. If you ca. be fited they are
e in 46-inch, All-Wool. Henrietta. Call
eaty & Bro.
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Best 5ct. Cigar on the Market.
Pipes and Tobacco.
Lamps and Glassware.
Winnsboro Drug Store.
AND SALE STABLES.
Just -Ai-riised and for Sale,
Among them one Fine Saddle Horse
and some Fine Mares snitable for rais
ing stock. - Will bei sold chea~p for
cash or on time far safifisctory japer.
A few M17L(8 COWS foi sale for
c-Nor ehanjq dry attle.
MESSINA L EMONS,
Still on- hand, another supply
WINTER TURF OATS,
ITnAdc. W iznchrn Honfel.