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itor: a primary eleotioi
Id next year for the selectloi
od Stat?a Senator to nucceec
on. John L.MoLaurin. The raot
will bo open to all who desire to onto;
it. In looking around wo see no oih
who would make a more suitable Sena
tor than tbo Hon. C. C. Featbers'.o' e
of Laurens. He is younjr, able, pa
triotie, a true Democrat and in every
respect in toucb with the needs of the
people of this State to whom bo Is DC
Pro Bono Pujimco.
Broad and Bread .Making.
Prof. Wiley, of the Agricultural Do
partmenl at Washington, in an article
on "bread and bread Making," says
".he nutritive value of wheat Hour de
pends largely upon the character of the
milling." i he mos; scientifically milled
Hour is "Clifton.'' So insist on your
grocer sending it to yon. T. N, Barks
dale or M. II. Fowlor ha9 It.
H & ii Corsets?all the now styles at
( amp Darlington.
A niee.ing of Cam)) CarlingUn i&
hereby called to meet In the Court
House, Salesday next a'- II A. M. The
object is to prepare for the re-unions
nt Columbia and Memphis early In
May, l'.y order
T 15. Ckku B.
B. W. fatnford, Adjutant
The Laurens Briars Co. :ird s. c.
Regiment will bold their annual re
union at Cray Court, on Saturday,
April 18th. Judge Alien Barksdalo, of
Louisiana, and other prominent old
comrades are expected to bo with us.
The public in general and old com
rades especially are invited to mingle
with us on that day. Lot everybody
bring something to eat and bring
enough to feed somebody besides his
own "mess. '
O. O, Thompson,
It i- the best for the honlth of your
family, the lust Hour for good, palata
ble baking, the beet Hour to uso at any
and all times. Ask T. n. Barksdale or
M. H. Fowler for it in Liurens.
Mrs. Adams has added a complete
line of Dry Goods to her stock und Is
now prepared to show tbo cheapest
and pretties', line to be found in the
Latest novelties in Gents' Ci liar-,
Cravats. Shirts, Hats and Clothing for
Men, Hoys and Children.
t). B. Simmons.
OnOANUI US -Tbo greatest assortment
ever brought to Liurens. The stock is
large and the prices small.
Davis. Ropor & Co.
The prettiest line of ladies' belts In
town. He euro to see them
Mother-?, your boy will soon have to
gel his Spring sul*. If you want him
well dressed, bring him here. 'J lu
ll ri re woll that will bo right.
.1 K. Minter & Uro.
Don'.t mi>s the great Spring Opeuii a
at Davis. It ip.-r & Co , on March 27th
and 2Mb. Everybody invited.
See the new belts and neckwear at
Mrs. Adams. Remember her Spring
Opening, March .'!Oth Inst
Nutrition the .Need of tlio Race
"Nutrition Is tho flivt reed of the
race, and bread is the bads of at I
strength and growth, says Prof. 11. W
Wiley, the Government chemist, at
Washington, [lowcsseutlal it is then,
that you should havo pure Hour on', of
which to mako the bread. "Clifton" is
guaranteed the purest a'.d best, henco
you?obotfM-jff?tet?-aaJtK< mg it. Sold In
Laurens by T. N. Bar'.sdalo and M. [J.
Messrs. S. M. vV, A, II. Wllkos
Laurens, S. C:
Gents: My wife Isimmonsolj plecsod
with tlio Buck's 2^ II. Favor Stove you
ret uj) in our kitchen. I had no idea
that a stove c Ulhl bo made, to work like j
this, it suvvs fuel and can be easily!
COntroll'd und I am sure that our cook
Ing tastes better since wo got it. We
are highly pli asi d with it.
yours tri}ly, j
S. J, E?TlOS.
See our line of Luces, Embroideries'
and White Goods. They are sure to
Every baby born in Laurens county
during the. year 1901 will I e given its
first pair of shoes free. Call and in
quire. Davis, Roper & Co.
Remember Opening Day, Tuesday,
Q. B. Simmons.
Standard patterns can be had only
of Davis, Roper >v (Jo. They are recog
pi/ed as the best. Fashion sheets free
Havo you Sec n Hij Spring Shirts at
Mlnter's? The prettiest patterns of the
season in the best madras cloth. The
price is only ?LOO.
Wanted?To buy a pair of pigs.
Apply at this ofllco.
Havo your tailor-niado suit made
through us. A full lino of patterns will
boon exhibition atourstore Saturday,
March 10th and Monday March 18th.
J. E. Minter & Hro.
-- . - i
It is only a short time till EasteS*. II""
you bettor not soo about that Faster
Hats' We can please you in both stylo
and price. Tbo Hub.
The modern kitchen la not com
plete without ono of our celebrated
Bulk's Stoves. They are ?old with
-*this guarantee that they cook to ploase
you or your money refunded.
S. M. & F. IL Wilkes.
Have you tern tbo "Dion" patent
viol Ox ford s V They are the "swollost"'
thing of the soascn.
.). E, Minter A Hro.
bargain I dinting?This is the place
and now 's tho timo to mako your pur
chase as our 10 cents counter Is
crowded with valuable articles that a
house-keeper need1 uVPl'v day.
S. M. & Ji. H. Wilkes.
Our line of children's clothing just
opened. Bring your littlo boys to us
for their Spring suits. All the Intest
.1. E. Mieter Co.
Stale of South Carolin?,
COUNTY OF LAI'UFX
Hy virtue of authority given us by
Hon. M. It Cooper, .Secretary of State,
Hooks of Subscription to tlio capital
stock of Ware's shoa's i/tmi Com piny,
Will bo open in the Office Ol N. I?. Dial,
at Enterprise B* ik, at l uuron?, s. 0.,
on Thursday, ' ?ren 21, 1001.
J. O. C Flkminc,
(>. D. Simmons,
W. U Gray,
w. i Kiohky,
W. i Dial,
j. T. .. iinson,
j, T. Sim m?ns,
j. ii. Sullivan,
N. B. Di al,
Board of Corpora'ors.
Wo have established at tho Palmetto
Drug Go. a Book Depository. All par
ties wishing tobuy or exchange hooka
can get them at tbo list prlco.
Ohas. F. Broowh,
O. s. f.
As a Cotton County.
The figures of t ho census ol last year
aro gradually given out by tho Census
Department and wo arc watchful to
give our readers the Btaudlng com
paratively of our own county. In lHtt'j
the State's cotton crop was 837,105 500
lbs. bales. Urangeburg led with 62,071,
Laurons standing 0th with 35,888.. Of
the 10 counties Georgetown is at the
bottom with 1,200. The figure? are
surprising, the great county of Spar
enburg creditod with .'t:t,7l7 and
Oroenville with 24,045. The report
lflv;s 3,002 round bales, and 1,2b! of
these belonged to Laurons. And the
nice question arisen?aro wo fortunate
Ol' wise in beii"/ so far to the front in
raising the great llocoy staplcV
Tho Governor pardoned Will Wil
liams, colored, convletod of bouse*
breaking. It scents that tho Chief of
Police of this oity, tho prosecutor, and
tho Mayor of tha city Mr. Ulcbcy, af
ter Investigation beoame satisfied that
the man wasimpioporly convicted upon
oiroumstauoial "vhleneo and so in
formed the Governor who issued a par
The Governor eommutod tho sen
tence of P K. Llcdsey, white, son
toDccil p> eight months for violating
the dispensary law. Ited-.icod lo six
mouths, of wh oh he has served live.
"A lifo on the Ocean wave,
A home on the rolling deep."
Congretstn in J. T. Johnson has been
advised that a vacancy exists in this
Congressional Dlstrlot at tho Annapo
lis Academy. Ihre is a chance for
some voting aspirant to rival John
Paul Jones, Nelson and Dewey. A com
petitive exam in? tion will bo' held at
Spartanburg, April 12. Write to Mr.
Johnson and find out the scope of the
examination which is usually United
StatOS History Arithmetic,Geography,
The notice of formation Of a Land
Company ombraclng Ware Shoals on
the Saluda appears in this paper. It is
very desirable that the splendid prop
erty bo developed at an early day.
Some of the owners of the property not
willing to invest more money to do
velopo It, have fallen upon this plan,
that their soparate interests may bo
used without rogard to others. Tho
Uti i/.ing of this property would help
the county and the neighborhood, and
wo regrot that the conditions seem to
postpono an early realization.
>i i?s Pauline Swlt/or and Mr.Oharley
Iiishop, of Gray Court, were married at
t o'clock on Sunday afternoon, by Rev.
I, M. She !. Tho wodding was a beauti
ful homo affair. Mr. and Mrs bishop
linvo the c mgratiilalionsof a large cir
cle of friends.
Miss Ostelle Murtiu, the charming
and attractive daughter of Dr. J. A.
Martlu, of I ho Gray Court, section of
the county and Mr.. John Young Tow
ier, a son of Mr. M. II. fowler, of this
?.? i*y, were married at Waterloo last
(Itoss II ILL NEWS.
Mr. T. M. Pinson and family have all
bor n i|Utlo sic!*, but are some better.
M r. r. i'. Jacks Is carrying on a meet
ing hero at this wi iting.
Sir. Ii C Calhoun, of Saluea, spent
Thursday hi '.he city with relatives.
Dr. Ii. W. Pinson ami wife left lor
Now York Tuesday. Dr. Pinson will at
tend Coll go while gi nr. They will re-,
turn lu about two months.
?Jr. J. If. Miller, Mr. W. v. Payno
and wile are back home again from
Washington and Baltimoro and can
give a full description of the Lnaugura?
lion at Washington
Miss Alllo Anderson, cno of Wa'or
foo'a most popular joung ladles is vis
iting Miss Lt/./,!o Carter.
Mrs. S. D Austin and llttlo Harold
have been struggling with the grippo.
Kcv. Martin, of Due West, is attend
ing the tnoel Ing.
Mr. Jim Bo/oman, of Ninety Six, was
on our streets Thursday.
Mr. Gral .tut -pen: a few days In town
on his way homo from Washington und
Mr. W. y. Baser had an attack of
grippe last W< ? k.
Mr. L. I). Books alter a few days
sioknees is able to bo out again.
Miss Ko=a Kuller, of Mountville, is
visiting relatives in town.
Mr. II /.. N a bora spent Friday and
Saturday in l aurous.
Mrs Dr. Philips, of Clinton, is v's
iting Mrs. Lucy MoGowan.
Well, Mr. ICditor, will nop this lime.
Will tell jou more about it n ne^t pa.
HUE WERT ON ITEMS.
Prof. W. II. Hamilton ar.d Johp B, I
Pitts went to Greenwood last Saturday, ,
John on a prospecting lour, while the |
Prof, was on business. I
Prof. Jarnos Clardy, who is ongAged 1
at present in toaohlng the young minds
of the Eden School how to shoot, passed
through our section en-roipo to Mf.
Gallagher with his boaut ful and ac
complished aunt. Miss Mamie Clardy,
who is engaged also in teaching tho
young minds a.t Trinity.
Mr. Hob Moor.- and wife of Waterloo,
we e up visiting tho hitter's parents, i
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ki lings worth, "?f j
ureworlon, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. ,Tas. W. Sln'.pSCS ?"d
of [rby, were visiting her mother and
grand-mother, Mrs. Polly Heeks, of
Hrcwcrton, Saturday and Sunday .
D. Kdgur Knight, with J. O. C.
Fleming & Co., of Laurens, was out vi:
itinj; home-folks Saturday and Sunday
at Browerton. Kdgar has always been a
favorite, (both at home and in school,)
and wl'l always be welcomed back at
Mr. Hugh Peden, of Spartanburg,
(but formerly of Laurens,) tho
transient harness maker and repairer,
was in our community last week doing
some good honest work for our citizens.
Wj arc always glad when Hugh comos
along Aith bis tools to mend and fix up
our old harness. The time, will soon
como, according lo course of nature,
when Hugh will quit coining, as bo Is
now tiJ years old. Thon who wil tnko
John Heeks went to Laurens Wed
nesday with a tWO-horso load of sweet
pot at no.'.
We have two potafoe merchants in
our neighborhood at present I expect
some otlH r follow will tiy tho businots
after this year's cotton ? top is sold for
6 cents Slid perhaps less.
Wheat is growing finely since Iby re
cent rains. O&tS seems p> bo eomowhat
injured i>y the recent cold snap. The
poaoh is now blooming and is about the
only si'.'u of the presence of Spring.
Mr. Editor, I want to tell P.. B. B., a
correspondent of the County News two
weeks ago, that ho had bo tor pay one
hundred dollar.' to have our road
graded or re-surveyed lo Laurens, as
Mr. Clement said last year, "the old
sowe could have layed Oil a better road
than wo have from Brewerton to Laut
Oyer-soors of public roads of Lau
rens county will report at one,:; to tho
CommllslonerJ or Supervisor tho num
ber of hands liablo to duty on their ro
epectlvo roads. They may report by
mall or in person.
.1. S. Duhmmond,
Supervisor L. O.
AND BRIEF NOTES OF RECENT
Mrs. J. E. Pbilpot visited relatives
lit Clinton last week
Mr. Edwill Simpson has returned to
Miss Janio Ballcw has returned from
< ilonu Springs,
Mr. I). II.Counts spent several days
in Newljerry on business last week.
Dr O B. Mayer, of Newberry, was
III the olty last week.
Dr. and Mrs. II. K. Aiken visited
<; reenwood last w eek
Mrs. J. A. Copoland spent Sunday
with roiativos at Orconvillo.
Miss Evio Little spent Sunday in
Mrs. Frank Evans, of Spartanburg,
spent last week with her parents, 1 ?r
and Mrs. J. a. Barksdalo.
Mr. R. I*, l air traveling representa
tives of the Staudard Oll Company,
Was ill town last Wednesday.
We regret to learn of tho continued
Illness of Mr. Jus. M. Hudgens, of Mad
Miss Rosa ruller, of Mountvlllo, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. 11.
Greenwood has a first-class candi
da'o for Mayor in tho person of J. B.
Mr. and Mrs. L. ii. Roper, of this
county, visited their son, Row Lewie
M . Roper, of Spartanburg, last week.
Miss Allice Priest, of Baltimore, will
have charge of the Millinery Depart
ment of Mr. D. It. Simmons' tliis Spring.
Miss Daisy Robertson, of Waterloo,
was the guest last week of Misj Lydie
1 lobe rt son.
Mr. Sanford Knight, of Browerton,
the clever correspondent of THE Ad
VERT1SER, was in tho city Friday.
Lying in stato at Indianapolis the
body of ex-1'resident Harrison was
viewed by fifty thousand people on Sat
Supervisor J. 8. Druinmond made a
splendid purehaso in tho line mules
bought last wock ahd got a bargain.
They are vcrlablo boauttes.
You will miss a great troat if you fail
to see the displav of Dress Goods and
Millinery, Tuesday April 2nd, at O. n.
Don't fail lo visit tho store of < ? 11.
Simmons, Tuesday, April tho second, lo
see tin- beautiful display of Dross
Goods and Millinery which will be dis
played that day.
General M. L ?onhani, ol Anderson,
Grand Vico Chancellor of the Knights
of Pythias in this Domain, made an ad
dre-s to Liurens Lodge, No. 1!, K. of
P. last Wednesday evening.
Mr. Char'.lo Poden was caught in
the machinery at tho Fountain Inn < >il
Mill on Saturday morning and pain
fully, and it was at first feared, very
seriously hurt. We havo since learned
with pleasure that lie is doing well.
Mr. W. II. Walh.ee, late of the C.reon
vII'q Daily Xows, who resigned on ac
count of night work, resumes the edi
torship of tlio Nowborry Observer, u
weekly. The work ho docs, anywhere,
is well done. Mr. Houseal, who has
ibly and gracefully edited The Ob
server will devote all his attention to
The Lutherrn \ isitor.
Captain J, R. Mlnter Is adding llfty
cet in tho rear of his own store and
hut of S. M. ei E H. Wilkes which ad
joins It. Both of these firms neod more
?oom in which to display their Roods
,o advantage. When these additions
ire made Mlnter llros.and Wilkes Bros,
.vi 11 bo two of the largest establish
nont in the up-country.
Tho ladies '.f the Wednesday Club
nice secured tho famous Schubert
Symphony Club of Chicago, to give a
toncert hero on tho evening of April,
.he 1 t. It will bo a first olasa attrac
tion and tho proceeds will be divided
A'ith tho pubi c library, which ought
;o inspire everybody with a determina
tion to go. The programme will In*
ilude recitations, singing and violin
State lie union.
Columbia is making aetivo prepara
ion to give ti c old soldiers a noble
reception in May.
Gov. McSwoeney has made the fol
owing appointments for this county:
I. W. Donnqn. Mngistrato for Scullie
own Township: W. M. McMiliun.Mng. ?
strate for Hunter Township; .1, II, I
Jopelund, Treasurer; W. L. Ferguson, (
Hood Roads Assured. f
Mr. D. II. Counts has sold six splon- ,
lid mules, tho best brought to this |
market this season, to the county to bo <
ised by Supervisor Drummond in road ,
work. Mr. Counts has made big sales I j
ihls Spring" and always to the rjatisfac
llon of tho purchtisor.
^ W. It, Rlcll6?
mV. Itfchoy, wno as Mayor, has pre
sided over our destinies for four years
voluntarily retires from public service.
He has had no sinocurc, has met every
emergency, turns over the government
in a healthy condition and has the
thanks and best wishes of our entire
L. U. Halle.
This gentleman is growing old in the
so.-vico of the city As Clerk of the
City Council ho has boon constant, ef
ficient, faithful and above all, cour
teous In the discharge of his duties
The new administration in ro-elccting
him has mndo r.o mistake and practi
cally put in execution tho wholo city's
Up Town Olflce.
Tbo Southern Express Company has
established an up-town ollico hero in
tho Store room, formerly occupied by
tlio Laurons Mercantile Company. Mr.
w, II. Gllkerson, Jr., who has boon for
several years in the employ of the Kx
prcss Company has boon Lransforcd
here from Charlotte to havo charge of
A Laurens Hoy Wins.
In the annual oratorical contest ho
twceit tho Literary Societies of the
S ,uth Carolina College on Friday eve
ning last, tho C'ario.-ophh: was repre
Bonted by young J. A, Htoddard, of
Laurens. Hh subject was "The I'n
crowned K'ng," and be was awarded
tho decision. Judges: Profs. Croon
ami McCulohen and Gon. Leroy F.
The Now Regime.
Tbo new Council was sworn in on
Monday last to serve ;or two years
The office of administering the city'-.
alTairs la no bineoure, but with Olar
enco Gray as Mayor and a council of
olear headed buslnoaa men the city is
safe for two years. Tho polleo force is
wyll chOBon: Albert Hughos, Chief; W.
8. Bagwell, John Henderson and S. C.
Is a feature of our Prescription De
partment upon which we pride
ourselves. We do not slight such
prescriptions simply bocauso tho
medicines are to be given to do
mestic animals. Drugs and chemi
cals of doubtful quality are not
"good enough" at our storo. This
is why you should bring us your
prescriptions for Condition Pow
ders, Liniments, Poultry medi
cines, Hog Cholera remidies, Dog
Wo also have a largo number of
formulas for preparing all klnda of
remedies for all diseases of all do
The Laurens Drug Co.
'Phono 75 Gtoode delivered,
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Probate.
WiirRkas, D. A. Watkins lias made
mit to me, to grant him Letters of Ad
nlnistratlon on the Estate and effects
^f Win, T. Watkins, deceased.
These are therefore to cito and ad
nonish all ami singular the kindred
md Creditors of the said Win, T. Wat
<ins, deceased, that they be and ap
icar before me, in tho Court of Pro
late, to be held at Laurens c. II. s.
!., on tho 28r<j| day of March 100), af
c,r publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
,ho forenoon, to show cause, if ?ny
hey have, why tho said Admistrutiun
thould not bo granted .
Given under my hand, this 3th day
*f \t<i?r>l> '901.
" ,qi g, THOMPSON,
j. P. L. 0.
Mar. 8, 1001?2b.
BALL, 8IMKINS & BALL,
Attorneys at Law,
Lau i< uns, South CAROLINA.
Wo practice in all Stato and Doited
States Courts. Special attention }<iven
Several town lots for sale. Sa'es of
lots on monthly Installments nego
W. W. HAT/L.
Tlirco Papers, One Year Each only 50c
Now Only 50 cts. a Year
?fid includes absolutely froo
Tho Paragon Monthly, New York
The Farm Journal, Philadelphia.
THE DAILY and SUNDAY TIMES
including Farm Journal and Paragon
Monthly Now only *:i per year. 2;"?c
per month by mail.
IIouhch and Lola and Farms for sale
Tonanta placed and Hcnla Collected.
KENNEDY & (JOGGANS,
Kcal Estate Agents,
South sido Public Square.
Laurens, 8. C, Jan. 3, 1901?(im.
1 GctSLtid jDisjjpiay
It affords me great pleasure lo stale that I will be able to show the most beautiful line of Spring Novelties iu Dress Goods,
Silks, Laces, Embroideries, Millinery Goods that I have ever shown in Laurcns. To sec them will be
to admire them. I invite you, one and all, to visit my store on
T?esolay, flptii 2ot, 1901.
when I will have our first Spring Display. I have engaged Miss Alice Frciz, of Baltimore, who is up to dato in all the
high arts in Millinery, to lake charge of my Millinery Department. No one who loves the beautiful and
artistic should miss this display.
Grand SPr^Ir^G Opefjif^
Wednesday and Thursday, March 27th and 28th.
The Largest and best Stock of Goods you ever saw in the following lines. Come see them an:l we will appreciate it. X
The finest creations of the weavers art. Everything to
make you comfortable and pretty.
Foulards Dimities, Lawns, Organdies,
Piques, Ginghams, Silk Grenadines.
The prettiest and largest assortment you ever saw.
Laces, Embroideries, Insertions and all Novelties.
^2, Hi?>l>oiis a Specialty
Ladies' Ready-made-waists, Skirls and Wrappers.
Ladies' Nobby street Hats.
Young Man, Old Man, Large Man, Small Man, Poor
Man, or any other man you know?You cannot match
the Spring Clothing we are ready lo offer you. The best
we 1' .vc ever had.
in the best styles and leathers?made to wear well,
look well and be comfortable. You jusl simply
cannot beat them.
Come ! Everybody, you are welcome.
Laurcns, S. C.
is she who has pleasant sonoundings, she is happy be
cause sho is comfortable. She knows what the beat
is and knows where to buy the best
$L Btisy ?ay
is much less vexatious when the house is Furnished
up-to-date. A new stove and now Fixtures for the
Kitchen makes work easy. It is economy to have the
fix ^Freight Paid
Lfttftenu, S> O.
nro grown ft ml selected wllh special
roferenco to ihi'lr n?1ni>tu)>ilily to
tho soil and climtttc or Ihc South
On our seed farms, iiml i'i our (rial
grounds, Ihousnml i < l dollars iiic
expended In testing and growing
the very la -i kooiI i (hui Ii In |><i>- i
l>lo to grow. |5y our experiments
wo uro cutthb d lo sn\c <>m custom
ers much expense and loss from
planting vnrletles md iidupled t<>
our Southern coll and clhnulo.
Wood's Seed Book for 1901
is fully up (.1 dale and l< Us ail
about the best Seeds for the
South. It Rurpns.si . all otlu i' pub
licnlions of its kind in helpful and
useful infoi m/ilion for Gardeners,
Truckers und Farmers?
Mailed frco. Write for it.
T, W. WOOD & SONS,
Seed Growers & Merchants,
LARBEST SEED HOUSr IN THE 80UTH.
THE LAURENS BAR
A NEW LAW FIRM*
The undorslgned have this day en
tered Into a partnership for the praottoe
of law in the Court* of this State, under
I ho namo ef Simpson St Cooper and will
promptly attend to all businoss en
trusted to thorn.
IL Y. Simpson,
It. A. COOPBR.
W. i?. KNIG1XT. n. E. hah)).
KNIGHT & BABB,
Attorneys at Law.
( ;, Will praotleo in all the State and
F?deral Courts. Strict attontlon to all
business Intrusted to them
Oflice up-stalr?, Sim re ens' Bu'lding.
Teachors and Scholars of Laarens
Wishing to save you money, as well
as to supply you with the latest books,
we have put In stock Johnson's Head
ors, Loo's Histories, Oinu's Arithme
tics and Froy's Geographies. Olad to
have you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
TUE OLD FIRM
KENNEDY. BKOS. "Sir
siuoss at tho old Btaud, COFFINS, GASKETS
tho Undertaking busii
and ROBES, aud HEARSE, at tho
* ?LOWEST PRICES_^
A continuance of tho generous patroiiago hitherto t>xbondod roa
pectfully iolwited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurous, S. G