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AUKENS, S. C, Mar. 23,1897.
Ajax Corbett and Horcules Fltzslm
mons settled tbo matter of tbo fleticutT
Championship on last Wednesday. It
was an oasy victory for tho Englisbor
and tho stars and stripes trail the
dust. Thoro has beon a mighty in
terest in tho moot and as wo woro all
toughs a thousand years ago, this in
terest is only evidence of tho natural
brute instinct in man. Tho State of
Nevada and her people? aro possibly
exousablo for allowing tho scrap to tako
place. Tho Stato is four times as big
as South Carolina, the population only
45,000 and If this population is properly
distributed, there was no body to be
corrupted by tho lllthy exhibition.?
Carson City, whore tho light took placo
Is known as tho home of ono of Neva
da's Senators, and tho presumption is
fair that tho romaindor of tho adult
population of the Stato are ofllco hold
ers and especially so if thoy have the
dispensary law. When tho condition
Of things in Novnda ?ro understood
the Stato will bo oxcusod. Tho three
thousand shouldor hitters who invuded
tho territory on St. Patricks day wore
Burely masters of tho eltuatlon and
could havo capturod the entire popula
tion and mado sorvants of thorn, If
tboy had so choson.
Senator Tillman frequently cltod us
tho glorious oxamplo of Georgia, the
land of crackors and horn-s/ioglors
j and Thomas Watson. And now comes
a natlvo Georgian, (of tbo Judge
Longstroet description), who sues two
whlskoy constables of this Stato for
$0,000 damages. Tho "cracker'' came
to Charleston in January to bo mar
ried to a hello of that city and there
the groom had a brother who gave a
feast. Knowing bow It was In good
old South Carolina the Georgian ex
pressed to hla brother, brandies, Wines
and beers of tho most approved brands
for tho feast, which tho hard hearted
constables nnb'.ushingly appropriated
on arrival. And now tho constables at
the order of Judgo Slmonton, aro In
duranco vile, and our young Attorney
General preparing for another season
Under tho onllghtonod leadership of
ono of our Piedmont dallies the lm
prosBlon has probably gone out and
might stick that Cleveland's ducking
excursions cost this Government a vast
sight of monoy. It might bo inferred
that a "man of war" was used at a
cost of somo thousands per diem and
that the big Issuos of bonds had some
thing to do with these occasional in
cursions Into tho bays and inlets of
Virginia, where ducks do most abound.
With tho Incendiary purpose of re
moving this Impression wo baston to
print tho following, which Is credited
to the New York Times:
Mr. Martin, member of assembly
from Barton county, Mo., living at a
consldorablo distance from any of the
navigable waters of this Ropubllc, may
be pardonod for the Ignorance ho dis
Jlays In the resolutions prepared and
ntroducod by him condemning ex-Pres
ident Cleveland for the "confiscation"
of tho lighthouse tondcr Maple and for
the Indulgence of his unholy passion
for duck shooting "at tho public ex
pense" No llghthouso tender ovor
visited Mr. Martin's farm and gave
him tho opportunity to bocome fa
miliar with its business habits and
mess customs. Wo tako pleasure, in
informing Mr. Martin, therefore, that
Cleveland's duck-shooting trips do not
cost tho government a penny. The
lighthouse tondors would have to mako
tho same trips if he wero not abroad,
and he pays nissbaro of tho mess pro
o'sely as any other other visiting pas
sengor would do. It would bo quite
unnecessary for President McKlnloy
to tako "immediate stops to reoover
tho said government boat and return
It to its proper station." Tho Maplo
has no proper station. 8ho Is a rover
Of tho 8oas and sounds. Prosontiy
she will roturn to Washington and
almost at onco she will sot out again,
with now stores of oil and wick. Un
doubtedly other persons not of tho sor
vlco will bo aboard of her, on invita
tion, paying their sharo of the mess,
liko Mr. Cleveland, but tho Missouri
legislature will pass no resolutions and
the thrco headed dogs of hate will
glvo no yelp.
G.Walt Whitman, of Union and lato
candidate for Govornor has written a
olovor letter to the Nows and Courior.
Ho urges that with a tariff for protec
tion, manufactures will dovolop suf
ficiently in this country to supply tho
homo demand and no' givnt rovonuo
will bo dorivod upon imports. That
day is fad approaching. If this is
sound, thou tho republicans, and tho
George and Bon Tillman domocrats
will bo knockod a deal cloanor out
than Jim Corbott was on tho 17th inst.
We moro than half bollevo with tho
Now that Carson City's attractions
are over, our attention may be turned
to the battles of Mr. liryan and tho
Attorney Gonoral of this Stato.?
Litigation may bo soon oxpocted, in
Judge 81monton'8 Court ovor tho re
cent Dispensary legislation.
The South with the present Congross
is likely to get extraordinary tariff,
monopoly and trust legislation. Follow
ing Jaok-wlth-hls lantern invariably
leads into tjie ralro. And that is tho
Light in the West that the South wus
Columbia to Crow.
Neat calculations estimate that ono
thousand and ono assistant chemists
will be required in Columbia to carry
oat tho now dispensary law. Tho re
cord of assistant counsel to Attorney
General of two years back will bo put
to tho blush. Parker's Hall must bo
extended. The sample room will re
call our dispensary exhibit of blessed
memory at Atlanta.
Tho Chicago Democrats In Congress
and tho McKinleys seem to bo on tho
best of terms. The silver democrats
will not antagonize the PFesldent's
tariff policy. There will bo no vicious
fight and no striking below the bolt.?
A tariff seems to suit the domocrat
of the day. McKinley is good enough.
Tho "Assistant Republicans," socallcd,
seem to bo the only olement left In tho
country ,who are on friendly terms with
Jefferson and Jacks"n. Poor fellows!
how their; names aro used and abused
by peoplo who aro content with a bil
lion dollar government, whilo they
draw $5,000 salaries and mileage. In
contrast, Mr. Wilson, of President
Cleveland's cabinet, becomes a sch .ol
Death of f)r. Pair's Mother.
Yesterday afternoon at fifteen min
utes before 2 o'clock P. M. a dark
shadow passed over the home
of the Rev. Dr. .lames Y. Pair in
tho death of his mother, Mrs. R. A.
Fair. Mrs. Fair had been in falling
health for some time, but the end was
not thought by her family or friends
to bo so near, and it came, therefore,
with all tho suddenness of an unex
ficcted shock. Her end was like her
ife ?quiet and peaceful.
Mrs. Fair was a most devoted and
pious moth or--the idol of her homo
and the bright centre nround which
Its tonderest affections guthcred. She
had the faculty of drawing peoplo to
hor, and it was a pleasure to bo in her
company, and to see hor in her homo
Tho funeral will take placo from her
son's (Dr. Fair's) roaidonce, No. 215
South Third street, Thursday at 12
It Is tho custom of Dr. Fair's family
to bury at their native homo, in South
Carolina, but on account of tho illness
of Dr. Fair's father, Mrs. Pair'- body
will bo placed in a mortuary vault in
Hollywood, for a fow days, .intil a
moro opportune time for its removal
to South Carolina for llnal interment.
?Richmond Dispatch, 17th inst.
"Purple Azaliu" tho latest oder in
tho way ot perfumery cau be found at
Dr. Poscy's. Seo It before you buy.
Mr. Editor: I am afraid that you
will not get all the news from this
place as correspondent* are few
and far between.
Last Tuesday morning we could
hear horns tooting in every direc
tion, the first in tbo direction of
Maddens and others towards
Mountvllle, and as a mutter of
course everybody knew who they
were, as Messrs. J. D.W. Watts; B.
A. Wbarton, L. Griflln, Jim and
Jon Davenport always meet on Lit
tle River just above Milton to find
Reynard. To tho surprise of Mr.
J, T. A. Ballew they rodo up to bis
houso and said they bad come to
stay and bunt a week. Of course
wo were delighted to havo them
aud he would do tho very b?st be
could for thorn as long as tboy
I think if I have boon rightly
informed the first on tho program
Tuesday was dinner which was
prepared by Mrs. Ballew. Next
was to feed thoir dogs which num
bered something over sixly, taking
twenty pones of corn bread for
their dlnuer. After tbo dogs din
ner bad been fierved by a colored
woman on Mr. Ballew's place they
soon found a safo place to keep
their dogs, so they could spend tbo
afternoon gunning. Well, the
eport soon commenced after they
reached the bridge woods on Little
River and if your bumble writer
bad not known that the gentlemen
mentioned were down on the river
bo certainly would have thought
like Mr. A. J. Smith surely there
roust bo another fight between the
Whigs und tories as there were such
a fusilade of shots, ho said af
ter an investigation but it was
moro like tho Irishman's owl?it
was moro fuss and feathers than
any thing else. The crowd only
killed five birds and wo think that
some of them were killed on tbo
ground by Mr. Wharton, a tiiok of
his when thrown with a orowd,and
If there is any Hkelyhood of any
body else killing he Invariable has
to shoot in an opposite direction as
Mr. Wharton always lays claim to
the game. By this time another
meal had been prepared by Mrs.
After supper Tuesday night all tbo
gentlemen enjoyed a smoko anil
at 9 o'clock the men tooted their
horns and wont in the dirooton of
Nubia Poplar, on Mr. A. J. Smith's
place. They did not go far over
two hundred yards from Mr.
Smith's house till they had worked
up two groya coming up towards
Mr. Ballew's and then turned and
went down the wood about fifty
yards, crossed and went through
Mr. Smith's yard. After they left
Mr. Smith's house they split?one
going to the light, tho other to the
left. 'The fox going to the left was
caught by two or Mr. Lark Grif
fin's dogs abouta half mile below
Mr. Smllh'd bouse.
Tho ono that went to the right
went through Mr. Smith's pasture,
over to Brae/.enl creek, up to tho
bead of Beavonlam, when tho
pack was met by other hunters
and was so confused that Ibo dogs
lost tho trail. That ended the bunt
that night. Next morning tboy
went out at 6 o'clock, In less tlmo
than ono hour they caught the
young man up near the bead of
Brarzcal creek und was back and
ready for breakfast by 7 o'clock.?
Alter breakfast they took the
round for tbo other fox as Mr.
Smith said that ho wos sure that
he saw two tho night before, which
proved to bo true. Thursday morn
ing Rufus Jones, colored ca ?no to
Mr. Ballew and told him tbat you
all caught the fox Tuesday night,
but you left him didn't you? On
being uskod where, ho said beyond
Mr. Smith. Tho boy was sent af
ter the fox. He soon returned
with a beautiful grey one. Wed
nesday morning afior they found
out they could not get get up an
other race they called for Ladlo
and Dan to try tho birds ngain. So
they wont out on Braezoal Greet,
but hud little showing there as the
birds knew whero they could get
protection and they got It. I tell
you by getting over on Dr. L. G.
Fuller's p'.aeo and every body
knows that tho Fuller crowd don't
allow much bird hunting and fish
ing on their premises, but ono of
tho boys I think it was Mr. Whar
ton said I can got those birds. Tho
others wanted to know how with
out tre?paf,jing. Ho said that we
can go over on tbat sido and Roare
tho birds back over here and then
wo certainly can gel lliem. That Is
just hko Mr Whurtnti. What he
can't think about when fox hunt
ing, bird bunting and fishing to
Euo'. tt ok Tin: ADVERTiMin:?
Having noticed your request for a
correspondent in every c-mmunity,
I concluded I would write for your
paper awhile anyway. If you
think it worth anything give it
publication, if not throw it into the
Just at thi time news sccma to
bo somewhat scarce. The farmeas
arc resting on their oars, in regard
to farming opeiations, hut think it
won't be long till they will have to
go to building boats and using
oars, if the rains continue mich
Very little ploughing has been done
yetjthc 15 h of March. I think how
ever, the summer will be long
enough to make a crop. The roads
are too muddy for hauling guano;
th rcforo that portion of tire work
relating to the farm has been sus
pended in this section. We, who live
so far fr- m the rail toad and neg
lected this all important duty will
scarcely find time when we could
haul without stopping the plows,
as the roads are cut so deep they
will not dry before the fields will
do tj plow.
As the roads are in such a bad
fix now I will take that for my
subject. The law in regard to
working the public roads is almost
ignored in somes cctions. There is
a public road near the writer, lead
ing in the direction of Laurens,
which has not been worked in over
ij-years and another one leading
from Greenville to Augusta which
Wus not worked in over 1^ years.?
Wheie this road runs through a
certain man's farm the distance of
:l of a mile it is just wide enough
for one wagon to pass and in some
places they have large logs laied
along on one side of the road and
on the opposite have terraces ex
tending into the road, so that if
two wagons should meet they could
not possibly pass. Now all this
neglect has occurred near where
the Township Supervisor lives and
complaint having been made to him
several times ab jut the roads. The
consequences are roads arc impass
able for a loaded wagon. What is the
matter? I will sny in a nut shell:
The people who live on that farm
are renters and haven't much inter
est in our county's progress. The
owners of the farm lives in town
and all ha cares for is to get his
rents. Now, we need a better sys
tem of country roads, and how
shall we ever get it? I s ly by tax
ing every one who owns any prop
eity from a tract of land down to
a dog. Every one is affected by
good or bad roads who lives in any
Dr. Duvall and Mrs. Nannie Al
lison have both been sick for sev
eral days. Mr. R. L. Holland is
also very sick.
Mrs. Emily Hitch who got hurt
a few weeks ago has lost the sight
of one of her eyes as the - result of
School Commissioner Daniel
spent two days among us last week
looking after the interest of our
schools and we know that he found
them both in flourishing condition.
Mr. Lexon Pulley is hunting a
smooth tree to knock his brains
out on?because it is a boy.
Mr. J. T. Todd is sawing lumber
at the home of the Gilsons.
Many thanks to Mr. Harris for
his information in regard to the
Poisons engendered by food
fermenting in a dyspeptic stomach
are the direct cause of rheumatism,
gout, bronchitis, liver and kidney
complaints, asthma, pneumonia
and many nervous ailments.
These results are prevented by
the use of the Shaker Digestive
Cordial, a remedy discovered and
prepared by the Shakers of Mount
Lebanon , N. Y. It is in itself a
food and has power to digest other
food taken with it. Thus it rests
the diseased stomach and finally
masters the woist cases of dyspep
sia. It acts promptly and fresh
strength and increase of weight
soon follow. The first dose, taken
immediately after eating abates
the pain and distress so dreaded by
dyspeptics. Trial bottles?enough
to prove its merits?10 cents.
Look out for the Noby Hats in
straws nnd spring fur hats. Latest
novelties at Davis, Roper *fe Co.'s.
It Stands To Reason
thai .?0,000,000 bottles of a
medicine could not be sold
unless it was good, honest, and
did what was claimed for it.
Here are the facts about
Dr. CLARK JOHNSON'S
In 30 years 20,000,000 bottles
have been sold to cure Blood
Diseases, and it must be a
CURE. All the sickness in
this world is caused by bad
blood; Weakness, Loss of ap
petite. Dyspepsia, Headaches',
Constipation, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Scrofula, Pimples, stc.
Attack the foundation of dis
ease, cleanse the blood, bring it
back to the splendid work inten
ded for it by nature. There
may be other ways, but the best
is by using the tried and true
Dr. Clark Johnson'*
INDIAN BLOOD 8YRUP
80c. per bottle 1 all druggists.
I A< A * A t A . A. A A iAt A| A ?A* ?iiA-?^-lAi
Medicinal value In a bottle- of Hood's Sarsa
parllla than In any other preparation.
More skill la required, more earo taken, more
expense Incurred In Its manufacture.
It cost* tho proprietor and tbo dealer
More but it cost* tho consumer lest, as he
gets more doses for his money.
More curative, power Is secured by Its peculiar
combination, proportion and process,
which makes it peculiar to Itself.
M o re peoplo are employed and more apace oc
cupied in Its Laboratory than any other.
More wonderful cures effected and inore tes
timonials received than by any other.
More sales and inoro tncrcaso year uy year
are reported by druggists.
More peoplo aro taking Hood's Harsaparllla
today than any other, and more aro
taking It today than ever before.
More and still mohk reasons might be
given why you should tako
The One True Blood Purifier. $1; six for $5.
? w rttii cure all Liver Ills and
ITOOd S FlllS Sick Headache. 25 cents.
According to the best sources of
information, the world's supply
of cotton in 1895 aggrogatod 18,
200,000 balos, of 7,280,000,000
Of this immense crop 10,500,000
bales wero produced in the United
States; 2,000,000 in Egypt. The
remaining bales were produced in
the various parts of tho globe. In
different. counties standards of
measurement obtain, and in no two
count ries is tho weight of a hale of
cotton exactly tne same. Tho Amer
ican bale averages 450 pounds,
the Indian balo 400 pounds and
the Egyptain bale 717 pounds.
Some idea of the vast extent of
tho world's cotton erea may be
gathored from the fact that in the
United States alone it covers over
In 1880 the world's total output
of cotton aggregated only 080,000,
000 pounds, or eleven times less
than in 1895. With in a single
decade, however, the product al
most doubled, amounting in 1840
to 1,192,000,000 pounds. Sinco
that time the world's product has
been as follows: 2,891,000,000
pounds in 18?0; and 4,089,000,000
pounds in 1880, and 0,280,000,000
From those figures some idea of
the vast importance of the cotton
plant as a factor in the. world's
growth and pr?gress may bo ob
Ur.Posoy has just received a full lino
of Tube Paints and Cnmol Hair
A meeting of Camp Garlington U.
O. V. is horoby ordered for Friday
March 26th, at Laurons C^?>rt House
at 11 a. m. A large at mdance re
quested. By order of
B. W. BALL,
B. W. Lanfokd, A. A.
To Curo a Cold in Ouo Day
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tab
ets. All Druggists refund the monoy
if it fails to Cure. 25c.
For sale by the Laurens Drug Com
Go to Minter's for your staple dry
goods and save money. Prices arc
right. J. R. Minter & Son.
Don't fail to see our new arrivals that
are rolling In, J. R. Minter & Son.
Parties having business with tho
Coronor please telegraph or phono to
Ball & Simklns, Laurens, who will
communicate with the undersigned at
Ora, 8. C.
M. H. Feuquson,
Co.-onor, L. C.
Jau. 1st, 1897.
Great loads of goods arriving
daily at Davis, Roper & - Co.'s
<iT Monding and Ropairing done at
short notice and special attention glvon
W. A. JOHNSON.
Mills & Robertson's old stand
?next door Ben-Delia Hotel.
$34.50 fot Ctesept
wo? & &
Finished Maroon Black guaranteed to stand up
against any $100.00 Wheel.
gkW" We are also Agents for the Rambler, Leagues, Waverleys, Ideals, Warwick, Keating,
Tribunes and Monarch.
FfafQitfafe'stof gl FjUffj lSgCfS
S.M. &E.H.Wilkes & CO.
Laurens, S. C, Mar. 22d, 1897.
And we are now open for regular
business. Our buyer is now in the
Northern markets buying our immense
Spring stock of Clothing, Hats, Shoes
and Gents' Furnishings. It is the duty
of every man, woman and child in Lau
rens county to call and examine our
stock before buying any tiling in our
line. Why? Because we can save you
money. Our facilities for buying arc
the very best. Paying cash for all our
purchases, saving the discounts, etc.,
enables us to place our goods on (he
r'Tketata very small margin of prollt.
Co and see us.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Members of Kinn:?I). A. Davis,
C. H, Roper, S. P. Babb, M. L. Roper.
The publio will And mo la the Super
visor^ Office every Monday and Satur
day. Parties having business with the
office can always find me present on
these days. JAS. DOWNEY.
l hereby request that all Township
Commissioners shall meet in their re
spektive Townships and organize their
Heard and equalizo tho taxes of each
Tovdnsbip and return them by tho 21th
of M>rch. JAMES DOWNEY,
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved farms in Laurons Coun
ty at seven (7) por cent, interest. Long
tlmo. Reasonable torms.
Simpson & Barksdale,
Jan. 4, 1897 ?3m. Attorneys.
Of Settlement aud Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 16th day
of April, 1897, I will render a
final account of my acts and do
ings as Administrator with will
annexed of the estate of Jane
Fleming, deceased, in the of
fice of Judge of Probate for Lau
1 jns county at 11 o'clock A. M.,
and on the same day will apply for
a final discharge from my trust as
All persons having demands
against said estate will please pre
sent them on or before that day
proven and authenticated, or be for
J. II. WHARTON,
Administrator with will annexed.
State of South Carolina,
County op Lauren?.
la Court of Common Pleas.
J. M. McQhee vs. K. H. Maddon.
Pursuant to a decreo of tho Court
in tho abovo stated case I will sell
at Laurons Court Houso, 8. C, on
balesday in April, 1397, during the
legal hours of sale, at public outcry
to the highest bidder, nil that tract
or parcel of land, lying, being and
situato on the G. L. & L. It. It. at
Maddens Station and containing
four Acres, more or loss, together
with tho building thereon: Ono
dwelling house, storeroom, ware
Terms of Sale?One-half cash
and I ho balance on a credit of ono
your with interest from tho day of
sale. With leave to tho purchaser
to pay his entire bid in cash. The
credit portion to ho secured by tho
bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of - tho premises, and
if tho purchaser fails to com
ply with the terms of said
sale I ho said premises to be resold
'at risk of tho former purchaser on
the same or some subsequent Sales
day. Purchaser to pay for papers.
John F. Bolt,
Mar. ?, 1897-3t c.c.c.p.lo.
TO Til 10
People of LaurensI
I have opened up a large Harness
and Saddlery business in the in the
storeroom next to J. H.Sullivan's,
on Main Street. I manufacture all
of my Harness and sell them
cheaper than you can buy this
shoddy Noithern harness which is
put up by bciys and girls that have
no knowledge of the business. I
have been working at the business
for 20 years, and can make any
kind of Harness from $2.50 up to
$500.00. I work from three to five
harness-makers all the time, and
can make anything you w 'nt that I
have not got in stock, bu I always
keep a large stock of everything ' -1
I my line on hand. I sell one gra
of harness at $7.00 complete, the!
if you can buy elsewhere in Lnu
rens for the same money I will
make anyone that does it a present
of a set. I sell all of my goods on
twelve months guarantee if any
thing gives away I will fix it for
nothing. I also do all kind ol re
pairing at reasonable prices. Call
and get prices and examine my
stock of goods.
I have a trace attachment that I give
away with every setol harness that is
worth in many cases from $09 to $100.
It is apattcnt fastener to keep the trace
from slipping olT of tho singletree.
Yrou can't buy them from any one but
me as I havo the right for this county.
1 soil them at 1;"> cents a pair or 2 pairs
for 21) cents.
63?" Highest prices paid for Hides.
The Laurens Harness Co.,
B. B. IIUGGIN, Proprietor
State of South Carolina,
County op LAUKENS.
Court of Probate.
Summons for Relief.?(Complaint not
J. P. Simpson as Administrator of Anna
E. Simpson, dee'd., Plaintiff against
Samuel A. Harriott, Isabel R Terry,
Anna M. Simpson, Lillia B. Cookreil,
Kannte B, Thetford, James P. Spratt,
Anna Spratt and Isabel Spratt, De
To the Defendants above named.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint in tins
action, of which a copy is this day filed
in the office of 11?rs Judge of Probato for
Laureus County, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the siiid complaint Oil
the subscribers at their offioeat Laurcns
Court House, South Carolina, within
twenty days after tho service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the complaint with
in tho time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this action will apply to tho Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated .Inunary 25th, A. 1)., 1897.
O. g. Thompson, j.p.l.o., [l.o.]
SIMPSON A BARKSDALE,
To Samuel A. Pnrnett, Ullis B. Cock el I,
Zannio B. Thetford, James P. Spratt,
Anna Spratt and Isabol Spratt, non
Pleaao take notice that the complaint
in this action was filed in tho oflico of
the Judge of Probate for I.anrona Coun
ty South Carolina on tho 25th day of
SIMPSON A BARKSDALE,
Attest: ? 0. (L Thompson, j.p.l.O. [L.S.]
Laurons, S. C, Jan. 25, 1897?(it
J. B. PARK,
Attorney at Law.
Laurens, - - South Carolina.
Special attention given to tho in
vostigation of titles and collection of
I will mako Newbony my homo
horoaftor, and can ho found at
Brown's Stables, where I will be
pleased to seive tho public In my
capacity as Veterinarian Surgeon.
I mako specialties of Castrating
Itidgling Horses and Old Stallions,
removing fungus growths, warts,
M. F. KENELEY.
Nov. 9, 1896-tf