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TERMS. IN ADT '
One Year, - -
Sic Months. -
WINNSBORO 2. 2
Tuesday, April 49 - - h90
Recently there wa4 established
Winthrop a ,experimental weathe
station. The girls in the science d
partment have beci mudch intereste
in it and no doubt many of them w!
yet become first-rate weather prophet
It was natural that the month c
April should not prove an exceptic
this year, in bringing forth its inai
table showers. For the past fei
weeks we have had a full share
these showers. So great and rapid a
advance have the grass and trees ma<
lately. that every now and then i
hear such remarks, ."Just look at ti
treesl" "Why, how green everytbir
looks!" or some such remark.
The campus, under the able dire
lion of Mr. H. B. Buist, is being mu
improved. A great many new roa
are seen; flowers and shrabs ha
multiplied, and in time it is hoped tb
the Winthrop campus will be as pret
as that of any college in the State.
Last Saturday afternoon the mer
bers of Curry society gave on t:
lawn of Mr. Witherspoon's residen
an "Easter egg hunt." Ten cents gai
one the privilege of hunting, and mua
fun was realized in "trying to Ond t:
most eggs." The prize for findia
the largest number was awarded
Miss Reaves, one of our students, wl
found altogether, [thirty-seven bean:
fully dyed eggs. Refreshments in t)
form of ice cream, cake, and sherbe
were served, and many "spare dime
were brought fQrth. Quite a ni
little sum was made and no one wi
deny that a great deal of fua was 3
Easter Sunday the girls came o1
in their spring uniforms; there was a
unusual attendanie upon churc
There were special Easter services
the Episcopal Church and they wer
Since our last entertainment of ti
Star Course we have had no publ
entertainment ina the auditorium.
Oia next Friday evening the men
bers ofithe Cecelia Chorus will gii
the fall opera, "Pinafore," and it
expected that a large audience will 1
present. Professor Strong has spare
no time or pains in drilling the gir:
-in the music as well as the acting
aid it is hoped that the opera will b
a complete saccess. - Nelle.
April 21, 1900.
writes, -"I never fsi
children from croup at e
One Minute Cough Cure. I
not feel safe without it " Quickly
cures coughs, colds, grippe and all
throat and lung diseases. McMaste Co.
MOSSY DALE NEWS.
Farm operations are getting along
very smoothly considering the short
space of time the farmers have had to
work in. Upland corn is about all
planted and the attention is now
turned to cotton. Some -commenced
planting a week ago, others in the
last few days; some land to prepare
yet. From indications seed will be
rather scarce. Wheat is doing well
and from indications a good yield is
promised. Fall oats are also- looking
well. Spring sowing is now begin
ning to make a little show, but their
success will very much depend upon
the future seasons.
There has been some gardening done
in the last week or so. Some who
planted early on a risk hav the pleas
ure of having a good i r pect for
onions and spring vegetables, such as
mustard, radishes, turnips and peas.
The fruit crop has been very ma
terially injured. There may be a
good apple crop, as the trees are late
I am glad to see through your
paper that steps are being taken to
build a railroad fr om Winnsboro to
Camden, which, if accomplished, (and
I hope it will be) will give our town
an advantage in offering iunducements
to draw trade as it will open up a new
territory along its line and give a con
nection with the Seaboard at G.amden.
It will also enhance the valne ojf the
property along its route and give a
new impatus to the varied industries
outside of its social and educational
features. I hepe this road may be
an inducument to the proposed north
western road that is under considera
tien, which if undertakbt' will run
through either Chester er v'iinnsboro.
I hope Winnsboro will win, as the ad
vantages will be in her favor. Push
your enterprise, gentlemen, and never
I am truly gratified to see the har
mony that prevailed in our State
executive committee meeting. It is
ominous of the peace and good will
that exist in the ranks of the Demo
cratic party, showing that our ranks
are solid ',and ready to enter another
campaign knowing the good of one is
the good of the other, and we are all
sailing upon the old Democratic ship,
whose captain, W. J. Bryan, will land
us safely into port at the capitol next
November. Now let each county in
the State emulate the example set by
the State and see that dissimulation
doesunot;exist in our ranks..
Mr J L Cauthen lost a valuable
mule a short time ago; supposed to be
from hydrophobia from the symptoms
presented; though it was only sick
about twelve hours from time of first
notice. It showed a very vicious dis
position in trying to bite another mule
that it has been working with for
several years. When in, the plow it
also made after Willie Cauthen, who
was in the le'd. I also saw it try to
bite a hog that was passing in front
of it, also a negro who was assisting
i- working with it. If it was not that
I know not what.
Mr H B Trapp has has had a very
sick child but glad to report it con.
Mrs G W Brooks is expected to re
turn from Columbia to-day where she
has been visiting her sick mother,
Mrs Jas Disaker.
9 The HzRALD is al ways a day behind
in its arrival.
We have had a very heavy rain to
day which created a considerable
freshet. T B McK.
April 18th, 1900.
C.A!L a T O3 3Mt.IAA..
Bear th t Tha Kind You Hae Always Bought
d Miss Louise Taylor, of Columbia,
paid Miss Ethel Ribb a flying visit
' this week.
Miss Stella Rosborough is visiting
n Mrs G L Rosborough.
Mr Olin Sawver has accepted a po
sitiol in the Roover drug store.
Dr Jas R DesPortes, gradutate class
1900 of The Medical College of South
e Carolin a, has rented the o1fice over
e C P Wray & Co's store and will open
e up for work on May 1st,
e Mr G J Derrick his sufficiently re-,
I covered from his recent illness to re.
sume his duties at the railroad office.
C_ Mr A J Asbell has been sick for the
h past few days. Mr Wm Hardi.s
been acting principal at the High.
I School during Mr Asbsll's absence.
e Mr Murphy, the popular representa
t tive of the V P Co, spent Saturday in
Messrs Wm G 11innant and Joe
Coleman have been appointed as cen
- -ua enumerators for townsbip 7 and 8.
e Prof Blair gave a phonographic and
:e stereoptican exbi4ition at th2 colored
Baptist Churah Friday evening. The
e show was patronized by quite a num
h ber of the whites and was well up
ie above the average for such shows.
Dr Jas Team has had his office and
t drug store remodeled and painted,
o adding much to its appearance and
i. Quite a numbes of the people- in
this vicinity are confined to their
rooms with the grippe.
rt April 21, 1900 T I D.
e MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
APleasant Lemon Tonic
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. For sleeplessness, nervousness and
u heart failure.
e For fever, chills, debility and kidney
disea,es, take Lemon Elixir.
e Ladies, for natural and thorough
c organic regnAation, take Lemon Elixir. I
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre
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e combined with other vegetable liver
s tonics, and will not fail you in any of
e the above named diseases. 50o and I
d $1.00 bottles at all druggists.t
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CA t the Capitol.]
I am in my seventy-third year, and
f saI have be greati
more severe a
became very weak, and
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozia
Leiaon Elixir. I gained twelve pounds ,
in three months. My strength and
health, my appetite and my indigestion
were perfectly restored, and now I W
feel as young and as vigorous as I Cl
ever did in my life. L. J1. ALLDRED, tiC
Doorkehepor Ga. State Senate, m
State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga. s
Mozley's Lemon Elixir
is the very best medicine I ever used tic
for the diseases you recommend it for, Di
and I have used many kinds for wo- in'
man's troubles. t
MRs. S. A. GRES11AM, mi
Salem, N. C. S
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pared only by Dr. H. Moz!ey, Atlanta,
PURSUANT TO ACT OF THE
Legislature, dated 17th day of Feb
runary, 1900, an election for three (3)y
Trustees for School District No. 1
will be held in the Court House in
Winnsboro, S. C., on MONDAY, he
THE 7TH DAY OF MAY NEXT' to
The following persons are here'oy ap- I
pointed managers of said election,
viz: J. A. Hinnant, W. R. Elliott and
D. E. McDowell. The managers wiill
open the polls at 8 o'clock A. M. and
close them at 4 o'clock P. M., and on Ps
closing the polls, they shall count the co
votes and certify the result to the Clerk 01
of Conrt. |It
At this election no one shall be en- ihe
tit:ed to vote who is not duly qualified }is
to vote at the general election for State dr
and County officers, and to ascertain br
who shall be entitled to vote, D. E. th:
McDowell is he:eby appointed to reg- ye
ister the voters of School District No. ..
14. He shall open the books of regis
tration at the Court House on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday preceding
the day of election, and no one will be
allowed to vote for School Trustees
whose name does not appear on said
books of registration.
R. H. JENNINGS,
Clerk of Conurt.y
Winnsboro, S. C., A pril 16, 1900'
MONEY TO LOANr
On Impr'oved Farms secured by first i
mortgages. Interest 8 per cent. In ma
sums not less than $500, 3 to 8 years. 111
No commissions. Borrower pays ac
A. S. &W. D. DOGL AS.
Winnaboro. S. G.
or JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
11-25 Columbia, 5. (3.
Case:- ,o ils toe.c estoreU~
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r: CSNTUR COMPANY. NCW YORK CVY.
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FOR SIlERID -
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff for Fair
field County. and will abide by the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLICK.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
the ensuing primrry election, I announce
myself a candidate for nomination .to the
office of Sheriff of Fairfiel1 County. The
cordial suppor of my fellow-citizens is re
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject t . the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I h.reby anuour.ce myself a candidate
for the office of C'lerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the act ion of the
Rt. V. BR&A .
I hereby announce myself as a -candidate
for Clerk of Court for' Fairfield County,
subject to the acti ." of the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRICE.
yself a candidate Q
nty Superv'isor for
ect :to fhc action of t o
A. D. HOOD.
unce myself a candidate he
f Supervisor of Fairfieldfr
t to the action of the Dem- C
ROBT. T. CLOWNEY. WE
nce myself a candidate
Supervisor of Fairfield A:
'etion of the Dem. kin
- es. .3. BURLEY. Mi
Frien, .. f T. L. Joruss'os recognizing F
s fIim. f.e tl.e position hereby nomni
ate him for ounty Supervisor, subject
the Democratic primaries. rot
I hereby announce myself a candidate bn
r County Supervisor, subject to the ac. cal
mo of the Democratic primaries.
JOHN A. STEWART. -
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r County Auditor, subject to the action I
ifthe Democratic primaries.
ROBT. R. JEFFARES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r re-el.ection to the office of Count Au
tor, subject to the action of the Demo
atic primary. . J. L. RICIIMOND.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r the office of Coroner for Fairfield
nuty, and pledge myself to abide the
sult of th e. Democrat ic primary.
J. MARTIN YONGUE.
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce mysei f a eca ciidate
r re-election to the oflice of County
perintendent of Education, subject to
e action of the Democratic p)rimary.
D. L STE~VENsON.
Winnsboro, S. C., A pril 17. 1900.
S ALED BIDS FOR T U E RENT
1the Market llouse (with telephone
ttached) for tho year commencing
[ay 1st prox., and for the fuani-hing
tstreet lamps, globes, pots, wicka
er dozen, matcbes per dozen boxes,
d written applications fo positions
i the police force of the town, will
i received b the Council up to 12
'clock M. on2' th day of April, 1900.
By order of Council.
JNO. J. NEIL,
Digests what you eat.
tartificially digests the food and aids
ature in strengthening and recon- (
meting the exhausted digestive or
ans. It is the latest discovered digest- 4~
t and tonic. 4 No other preparation 4~
n approach it in efficiency. It in=
mty relieves and permanently cures
rspesia, Indigestion, -Heartburn,
lauence, Sour Stomach, INausea,
k Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
iotherresultsof imperfect digestion.
rce 50c. and $1. Large size contains2% times
uall sze. Book allaboutdyspepsiamailed free
~repared by E. C. DeWITT & Co., Chicago.
ting theStomchS andBoweis ofk
OpIun,Morphine nor Mineal.
NOT NARC O TIC.
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
uess and L oss OF SLEEP
jacSilmie Signature of
NEW -Ye- -
Certainly nothing can take I'Le place
f our county paper. We ma re
,eive papers from New York. Wash
J)guon, Atlanta and other citiep, anld
et be ignorat of wLat occurs ini our
The burnilag of oar ncat depot is
leeply regretted by all. The waiting
>om was qite tomnf0rtaIb!, and our
!ficient poitmaster had everythiag so
iicely arranged The general impres
ion eems to be that an hicendiary's
rch was reported to in order to efilace
L1 trace of robbery. Doubtless the
Iilroad will indemnify all losses, but
we f ear we will not soon have so com
ress and posi O ed -7-. T
irningtook le na ark, rain
ertai n noire can thke toe inac
meou coays pr e a e
Wt e regnrt of wahat occu. Mr. c-r
he Ptin fornatdpti
hapicni r onete byt he wtn
rppel was qnote fonlgied: the ou
iscfie p uplst bdeut hiaad
2icfriendranwhd Teeply regretithres
ionl seo too bee thea ineibry
itore dsrere to inabbler to poli
,i trae ofntroerhe prdoutless tht
ey'srodilidemiy wll loses,ll bu
te fBryaen'illrospects, havecr
:iou fo dth ailtin roof the
;un etookb acaefu opledar, rain
brae admia did no reoltician.are
sneer onbe prt of othaenit, or
her used beendo Dyiepia thesroe in
Weil regrth tondu raesltse. It.Mc
)os imeate beie, eiosl leasntsto
ab an picniculy the dyeti' bs
app," as not oary gained tver -!
. friests what deepl regt that
faill o ooure.caste negor
es, -'e vetuedh dpreition tht
rs andiried doclor anot meiines
but ban'fit Iprspesuwatedto
ped meo tr. e deieve pro
io fo pahae fo anlaton o f thei
isn. flettdaila,t wand youeranl
,1 seds "Ado Dspepy cure for
gh famldwit wroundfulrecthroat
Mesinuite reghieur is pleaqualed.
rtl remnd i t ohe rs."peti' Ict
;e. imedits rewltt yo a.cres
t filstopcir. MMaster Co.
Ns FLING, CsEILI over twent
sntin ed Ldoe,o anvdrmeicines
th, brnefits, as Cherade ton
-Ipnd meGroc eri ar Ivr bkien ei
e o lalefr a l lhu form f n
B uon"Itdgsgies o et
a rics. Balv y Zi othingn we hiurg
ugs oldet oupie and e wihroa
ispoant oy chlrnt ae
hitiA/ pafumntv ripe and
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATIGN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CPTT, OF FAIRFIELD.
ly S. R. JOH.YSTON, Esq., Judge Probate.
IIEREAS, R. H. Jennings, Clerk
of Court, hath made suit to me
> grant him letters of administration
f the estate and effects of B. F. Boul
These are therefore to cite and ad- S
ionish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of Lhe said B. F. Boulware,
eceased, that they be and appear
efore me, in the Court of Pro- I
ate, to be held at Fairfield Court
louse, South Carolina, on the 4th ..
ay of May next, after publication !:
ereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
oon, to show cause, if any they have,
rhv the said Administration should
Given under my hand thi.; 4th dy--v
f April, Anno Domini 1900.
S. R. JOHNSTON.
-5-6 Judge of Probate. As
Ne are sole agents in Winns- "
boro for Heinz's goods. N
When you need Pickles, 2
ask for Heinz's, they e
are the best,
Heinz's Dill Pickles aer 2
Heinz's Sweet 7and Sour L
Heinz's Cucumbers in bulk.
Heinz's India Radish.
Heinz's Celery Sauce.
Heinz's Tomato Catsup.
Heinz's Preserves in bulk.
Heinz's Apple Butter and
Heir z's Mince Meat in bulk
This is the season for evap- 49
rated fruits. We have them
n Prunes, Apples, Peaches
K M. HaU eDit.1A
vyrandrfec thatres Mc e an _
sh, a y on h. reh S
re Aim n okasg vr
e;BekatBco, Chee a
caroni, fugrm Te ndofes
icelineof Aned Good of alld
dlis. e hrlean a Porto icof
>iases als fancy rlers inad
ymh alway are preare h do . mor
ress.u Will Poe gatoe havey
ic nie of ariad Godsofal
. D.w OreAs E an oroCO
dasss; lso anc Tabe Su W in
s. n ac eerthngket n K
J.5 DPRMcARY KCO
MA.DE BY 'CA
For S8le &y
J. J. 0OBEAR.
Do You Need
IF SO, I CAN SUPPLY YOU
-Prong L'gh t H xs.a......23e.
Cond Point L'ght HIoes at. .25c.
)lion II,es........ .......25c.
-inch Light Garden Hoes at. 30Oc.
-Prong Spa.dtrg FYo ks, at ....5c
-Prong P.tato ilooks, at... .50c.
0-Toth Stee! R.mkee. at..25c
2-Too'h Ma!!el'ee Iron Rakes.
at........ ...........25c PR
Poultry Wire Fencing, suitable IP
for gard1ens. I bove it in 18,
24, SG, 48 e ud GO-irch.
W'A SIGLER|_ ,I .
tral Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Sehedule in Effect February 2th, 190.
Mixd NO.U4 yo.W6N&
IOnTBOUSD. Io.44 Daily Daily ekSu
ex Su __
,,facksonville (P. 5) ...... 2 00
Savannah(So. Ry.) ...... 1 15P12 410P
B.rnwel............4 ... 400
Blaekville.......... ...... 41p 415 HOP
Spr gfield........ ...... 44 488a ......
SbY................ 448p 447a ......
. Columbia.......... .56P 600a 85P
. Charleston,(So. R.T -. 7 UOLP W-P
Summerville.......... 7 1at
Branchville........ ..... 855a 1 p
Orangeburg.... . 9 2a 2 75"
rni.1........ U O10
Aiken .............. ------ 82 ------ --...
Trenton........ 5 400P1 .
Johnston....... 5 5i4U1 .
. CoItLnbia,U. D.). ...... 6 ......
,.Columbia, (d; St 9 0a 615& -0
Chester ............ .....f7
Rock Hill ......... ...... 8M 847a IM
Charlotte .......... 9 9
-. anvile............... 12,5D& I
. chmond......... ...... 82
'ashington ......... 5
Baltimore (Pa.BR) ...... 9 1
Philadelphia. ..... ......UU 185
dow b~i~a .
S rtanburg....... ...... 11
e ui g.lle.... ...... 7 ......
. het K o v le ...-..... ......4 7 -----
. Cincinnati ... ..
. Cincinnati .... ..... - -0a
. o i-lle .......... ...... - MRa
Asheville.............. 45a 8 -
cs ata r.. ....... ......
C.K oxvmiae.......... ...... I ---
Philadel ....... .... R .-..
.rch mon d .. ... .. ..-. . - .
. D anvile.................. 8 5 1 .
. Cartant.......... ...... 0.
hia ilp......... ..... 905 2 70P
Cae ............... 98.. 25a2
Rchin d ................1 21a 6
.SCuiavi.( .. -- 0a4...... I 9
ston...........8 - - 8 0 2
antevl.......... 2 9 7a.
Aurgse........: .. 800Ua 4..
-. Columbia,(BgSo. y) ..... 4 a 7
Jlngville......... .... 4 .82a 7:2a
Traen ............. 5 8 45a
Smmier%vlle.... ... 7 8 0 52...
-.CA rlsto.........800 ...... 7 0
-. Columbia(86. Ry.).~~ 11 75aT
-.iPerry.............. .. .. ..... .. -- -- --
Qaly ur ............ ...... 5- 287a...
B rnche11.......... ..... 1 4 25a 849
Xavannahto ......... .....8 7005
-. Jaonill(S. . ......7 0 5
'Trains 483 and 44 (mixed except Sunday)
rive and depart froin Hamburg.
Sleeping Car Service.
,xcelent daily passenger service between
orida and .e . .
.os. 31 and York and Florida L2
id. D and ekeept co sed exclu
re of piman nest rg m
g,ce tent and Ob bet-s,
reen ew York, Columbia and .
os. 33 and 34-New York and Flor -
ess. Drawin room sleeping cars betwen
iusta and ewYork.
Pullman In-room sleeping car be
-een Port % uonville,Sava&h,
nlman sleigcars etweenCharlotte
.chond. Dinig cars betweenChre
sos. 35 and 30--U. S. Fast Mail.
1mnn vrain -om bufft sleepi
slee , be ..Cbe1AUSI
mn s.geplears be
NSG N, 3.
rdV-P. grz ., Tradic ii,'
L.E. S. E.HABDWIQ.
in. Pass, As't Gen. Pas.
BER AND ORANGE
ITE AND GOLDEN
FFIR CORN.. ]
['TAIL AND PEARL MILLET.
~ESTON RIO N, Agentj0
CiTIC FIR INSURANCE COMftNY
OF NEW YORK
~its a :isare of the public patron- Iad
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFELD.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Bank of Ridgeway, of Ridgew* -V
S. C., Plaintif,
J. W. Ray, Defendant.
Summons. For Relief.
Po the Defendant above-named:
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint
A this action, which was filed in the
ffice of the Clerk of the Court of
,om11m-m Pleas, for the said County,
1 15 1- March, 1900, and to serve a
f your answer to the said com
IaiLJL o i he su bscribers at their offices,
Nos. 5 ,!.d 6 Law Range, Winnsboro,
South Carolina, within twenty days
fter the service hereot, exfusive of
thc da, (.t .uch service; and, if yoL
fail :to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
actiont will apply 4o the court for the
r. lirf demanded iu the complaint.
Dated 15th March, A. D. 1900.
A. S. & W. D. DOUGLASS,
,. Plaintiff's Ateorneys.
To the defendant, J. W. Ray:
Take notice that the complaint to
gether with.,the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy, together with
the complaint, was filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, at Winnsboro, County of Fair
ield, in the State aforesaid, on 1Uth
A. S. & W.D. DOUGLASS,
3-17-6t PlaintifPs Attorneys.
Need Stationery of any kind?
We have what you
in iTe Stationery of all grades,
and when you start out
stationery of any kind comte
and see ours before buying.
And when you start to write
to distant friends or relatives
we can show something that
you need in Pens, Ink, Pen
Don't forget us when you
are in need
J. H. McMaster
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
ries is nc w complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
ade. We know what they need, and
e prepared to set ve them and a. bot
We also carry a nice line of abef
d eve:ything usually found ina
grGoods delivered to our city trade.
me and see us.
V. R. RABB & Co
GR ANITE CORNER.
I have a nice selection just
>ened for inspection from which
select your Christmas Presents
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in China
td Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
ated Wares, as cheap and relia
as they ca'n be bought any
Call soon and make your sele.
. M. Chandler.
Th r:-eistered1 stallion WV. A. W.
11 be at Mr. Henry Refo's etable ia
innsboro on Saturday of each week.
1 Mond:-y.e at the farm; balance of
ne at his former stande~ in the con-.
r. He is seven years old, nay, with
ick points. Height, 16; has good
ne and muscle; no blemish or de
:t. He is strong, trictionless in
>tionl, kind in disposition, and a per
t road4ter. His sire is th-i celebrated
*d Wilkeo, -His darn, Betsey Baker,
5 the mother of trot:Ters. She wa.
ed by Dictator. who was the 'i e of
yr. e-&ce, 2 10, of Dire:ctor, 2 07,
the invincible D..ectum, 2.04, the
und,ire of Nancy Hanks, the queen
lrotters,-and the. sire of many others
Uithough a nioted trotter with per.
tknee s.c:ion, W. A. WV. pos~sesa
o saddle gaits ot superior quality.
ermns, 15 00 to insure colt. For
ended pedigree iand certified record:
JOHN G. MOBLEY, -