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Reliable Advertisers of Facts.
TWELVE DESIRABLE LOTS TO
BE SOLD THIS WEEK.
Is located in the Domestic
Department and consists of
about 3,000 yards of Apron
Checked Ginghams at 5c.
Contain- 10 dozen 45-inch
ready-made Pillow Slips, to he
?sold at 12Ac.
Is sub-divided 'into two lots,
and consists of Shirt Waists.
All our *J5i'. and 35c. Shirt
Waists to he sold at 1 fx-. All
our $1.50 ami $ 1.75 Waists
are to lie sold at 75c,
Contains 100 dozen Ladies*
Ribbed Vests, which We will
sell at ?c. Sc. and LOc.
Consists of 20 pieces of Im?
ported Serge, in black and col?
ors, all wool. a1 25c.
Contains 1() pieces of Black
Figured Mohairs, 46 in. wide,
and only 50c.
Consists of 5 pieces of All
\Vool Black Imported Serge,
very line twill and 50 in. wide,
Is situated in our Silk De?
partment and consists of beau?
tiful Plaids, just the thing for
the coming fall; worth $1.50;
we only n>k ?L
Is situated in our Linen De?
partment and contains 5 pieces
of Turkey Red Damask at 20c,
Is a corner lot and contains
100 Gloria Silk Umbrellas,
Steel rods, natural handles, and
will be sold at $1.
Through the center of our
store you'll lind a big lot of
Remnants at one-half their ac?
Consists of a lot of Corsets,
such as the R. (J., Thompson's
Glove-Fitting and Warner's
Leaders In Low Prices and
26 Salem Ave<
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
novAt nAKiNo roworn co., newyoitk.
We have secured the agency for
Oakland Mineral Water, which is
well known in the city. It has
been known to cure the worst
cases of indigestion, stomach
and kidney trouble, as is shown
by th8 numerous testimonials
from persons in this city. It will
be delivered fresh daily for I O
Cents per sallon, and will be on
draught at our store. Sandy P.
Fissfat & Co.
RAILROAD TICKETS ?
A i cut rates. Have money l>y seeing S.
I'.. I'!!<?<? 6V Co, Ticket Brokers. Members
A. T. M. A., 10 Jeffersou street.
flood olil Xotth Webster Bays that
Acme means the top. or bighest point,
the culmination. The Acme remedies
gitule by II. G. Barnes, the druggist, are
rightly named. Their aim is at the nemo
Scholarship in National Business Col?
lege hi Rounoko. Apply at The Times
IIOPCROFT will piny yon 28 pieces on
his phonograph at your home for $1.50.
LOST BICYCLE?$10 REWARD.
Ta'-cn from the Norfolk and Western
oftlces between 8 qtid ?:80 p. in. on Mon?
day. September <>. n "Twentieth Cen?
tury" Bicycle. '?Triumph'' saihl.e, down
curve handle-bar; the two pedals do not
match. Tne above rownrd will he paid
for such information as shall lead lo the
recovery of bicycle ami conviction of the
offender. Apply to lie janitor, N. ic w.
A NKGRO WHIPPED IHM.
A - Frank Gibbs was on his way home
Thursday night from The Times cfticc he
lack led a negro with a i trlng Jof llsli.
Tin? neuro soon larded a rock on the bask
of Frank's head and ran awav. Frank
was knocked down hut like a brave little
man went home and had his injuries
drested, and he was aide to he at his post
of clntv yesterday. There is a moral in
this story: "Hoys should always mind
their own business."
Pure Palm Oil Soap '15 cents a dozen
at Miissie's Pharmacy.
POLICE COURT REPORT.
Following is the police court report tor
tic mouth of August:
Total number of arrests was as follows:
White men, 208; white women, 28, col?
ored men; 91: colored women, ?!(!; number
fined for city, s:j; amount, of lines im
nosed, $885; amount, collected, s?l-57.72:
a.'unuul lined in nhsence,$08: annum* col?
lected, $10.50; number lined for the State
amount, of lines. $198.50; number
convicted petit larceny, S; number days
sent to jail, 270; sent to grand jury. I:
appea'fl, 5: amount of appeals. $50, The
different charges for which the arrests
were made arc as follows:: Drunk and
disorderly, 19; selling whissey on Sun?
day, 1: fugitives from justice, (i: selling
on Sunday, 1: felony, 3; petit, larceny, 21;
nlnlo drunks. 18; .nuisance, 8; nssnulls,
;t; vagrancy, 5: trespass,;!; doing business
without license, 8; resisting officers, 2;
loitering on street, 6; shooting in cit y
limits, 2; non-payment of dog tax, 180;
violating market laws, 2; fornication, 5:
riding wheels without light, 2: working
o.i Sunday. 1; stock at large, IS; tennis
unattended, 1: concealed weapons, 1; dis?
orderly houses. 1: unlawful gaining, 2:
lunatic,!: beating board bill. 1. 282
cases were dismissed and H:', were fined
out of the total of 865.
A gift with ivery package of School
Books at Caldvtell Sites Co., is Salem
TO COMPETE FOR GREEN'S CUP.
The beautiful silver cup donated by
Edwaid S. Oreen, the jeweler, for the
bill game on Labor day v.ill now be
competed for by the Roanokes, Norfolk
and Westerns and Alleghflnys. The first
game will be played to day between the
Koanokcs and the Norfolk and Westerns.
The. 'oser will then play Alleghnny Insti?
tute the folio wins Saturday. The win?
ning team in this game will then be al?
lowed to compete with the winners of the
previous same and which ever is victori?
ous the cup wHI go tfi. The proceeds of
the games will be used to buy suitable
prizes for the fall athletics. The games
should he widl attended.
ALL ABOUT A WaTCH.
A few flays ano a watch was Molen
from a bureau at a residence on Church
street. The servants were suspected
and arrested, charged with the theft.
After being locked up they sent the
owner of the*watch word to k^eo a sharp
lookout for the timepiece and she would
find it This advice was followed, with
the result that the watch was found
again at the very spot from which It
had been taken. The .case will bo heard
in poPee court this morning.
NEW YORK Worlds ami Journals now
arrive in the afterm on on the same day
ol publication. Leave order at Jack's,
120" 1-2 Salem avenue.
IN ORDER torlose business by Octo?
ber 1, will sell my stock as h wholesale
at a big baruaiu. L. OTT, 210 Com?
merce street _ _
A COLUMBIAN SPIRITS
is equal TO 95 per CENT.
'Alcohol roil all external
and iiurxis? purposes ash
much* cheaper. sold at
In the hustings court yestenlny J. II.
WilMnius, ayoung white man, confessed
to the theft of $80 worth of goods from
thu Standard installment: Company and
was given ono year iu the penitentiary,
it beine the minimum punishment. He
claims that whiskey was the cause of his
downfall and seemed to fcc haupy over
tlie fact that the jury and court were so
lenient. Williams was brought here
from Norfolk after having served a
twelve months' sentence in the Norfolk
jail. Henry Hunt, the email colored
hoy who has been taking horses and rid?
ing them oil ever since ho has been large
enough, to ride, was on yesterday sen?
tenced to three years in the penitentiary
on the charge of horse stealing. The case
of John Wesley Preston, 'charged with
cutting with intent to kill, is set for
PuhMc School and College Text Hooks
at Caldwell Sites Co. 18 Salem Avc.
R ESI DEN C E BU RG LARIZ E D.
On ''"hursdoy night the residence of
.Mrs. Owen on Campbell avenue was en?
tered by burglars who stole a lot of sil?
verware and other articles of value. An
entrance was c(feeted through the dining
DEAD HUNDREDS OF YEARS.
On prominent corners and at the mar?
ket square will be located fur n few days
one of the greatest novelties in the way
of a wagon ever seen [oil bicycle wheels ?
a turnout up-to date It contains two
mummified Cliff Dwellers, an Indian
mother and child. The show eo-ucs well
recommended and is not a fake. They
are the same mummies that were in the
Cliff Dwellers Building at. the World's
Fair and are valued at s:i?.()(M). They
are h\ the jtress and the "public acknowl?
edged to be the best exhibit of its kind in
the world. Dr. Hell is deserving of the
large patronage he is receiving, it eon 111
not be learned how long they would re?
See thonew Anti-Nicotine Pipes at Mas
MAJOR TYLER PASSED THROUGH.
Msj. J. Iloge Tyler, candidate f.ir gov?
ernor, passed through the city yesterday
en route to Lrnchburg,where he goes to
meet a number of Democratic lenders and
map out plans for the campaign.
Fifteen dollars was the total amount ol
fines assessed in police court yesterday
morning. One was for being drunk and
the other two were fot trespass. A col?
ored mill] was given sixty days in jail for
the theft of a pist ol.
Pee the new Anti-Nicotine Pipes at
CENTRA Ii TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a special meeting of the
Central Tindes and Labor Council to
night at 7 o'clock at their hall on ('amp
bell avenue. Delegates are earnestly re?
quested to he Dresent, as all business in
connection with the Labor Day picnic
will be closed.
ENTIRE NEW STOCK.
M. Indorsky, proprietor of the Pelnis
Royal, has returned from Baltimore and
New York, where he has been to pur?
chase iv complete new stock of the latest
novelties for his establishment. These
goods are daily arriving and are now on
Largest Be Tablet in the city at Cald
well-Sites Co. IS Salem Ave.
THE "BLOODY P1BTII."
A correspondent of the Atlanta Consti?
tution, writing of Virginia polities, re- |
fers i(? Mr. Swtinson as the reqresentatlve
of ihe ''bloodv fifth," or Danville dis?
trict. We would like to know how this
district acquired tint name. Wo never
1 heard it before, nor have we ever heard
of any incidents in the Ei Ith district or
anything else in its history thnt would
justify any one In applying that name to
it. Judging from the contents of the
long letter this correspondent wrote the
Atlanta Constitution in regard to Vir?
ginia politics,;it would seem that bo ob?
tained all his Knowledge of IVirginiU
affairs from Senntor|Dauiel and Congress?
man Swiinson. Can it be possible thnt
either of these gentiemen so forgot, them?
selves as to dub this Congressional dis?
trict, as the ''bloody fifth." Jf so. we
would just like to know, as a matter
of information what made it bloody??
We are Sony that we can say so, but
surely enough murders have been com
mitted In the counties composing the
Fifth district?yes,in ono countv .alone, to
justify the title it has'been dubbed.?
KLONDIKE AT HOME.
The apole crop of Back Creek. Roannke
county, will amount this year to 15,000
barrels'and is rapidly being bought up
by Northern iHiyers, who will leave 945,*
?000 in that section for this year's yield.
CRESCENT BICYCLE FREE.
Every ?c purchase entitles you to a
ticket on !?T? Crescent Bicycle to be given
awMyat C. W. LIND, III Salem Ave.
MAGISTRATE FURNISHED PISTOL
While in a Dying Condition Sumpter (!il
|jam Attempts to Shoot His Murderer.
Columbia. EL ('.. Sept. IT.-?Henry (k>.
Cogburn and Sumpter William, between
whom ill-feeling has long existed, met <?t
Magistrate Still's oflice in Saluda to?
day. They had some words. William
got Into his buggy and was about to
drive off. when Cogburn ran behind bin:
and slashed his throat. Putting the
knife in his mouth he cut William's face
open, and I hen laid open his abdomen.
Gilliain staggered into.the magistrate's
office, that official giving him his pistol.
The dying man turned and was in the act
of shooting Cogburn. when the murderer
sprang behind his brother Julian, who
received a mortal wound. Henry Cok
I burn escaped. The others are dying.
WATCH ON ANARCHISTS.
London, Sept. 10. ? In response to tho
request of the Government of thu United
States, tho aut horities of Set'and Yard
have been directed ny the government to
furnish information to the.United Suites
when anarchists are known to be em?
barking for that country.
The best is always the cheap?
est. Buy your coal from C M
armes, Hi Jefferson street, arid
get the best._
All goods left with me on orbefore.It-.lv
1, 18117, and not having been attended 10.
will be sold in my next auction snle of
such poods at Fincastle, V? . court dny,
September 13, 1807. s NYI1URG,
No. 1 Jefferson Street.
Stands a Good Chance of Being Ejected
\ Speaker of |tue House
Richmond, Sept. 10.?llou. Addison
Maupin," who has decided to enter the
race for the spenkcrship of the house,will
have practically t|?. si',;\,\ support of all
the members fr >ni the third district. He
is very popular wherever ho is known
and in the event of a close race between
Messrs. Rvnn and Sounders, he will
stand a good cbnnee of being elected, so
his friends thick Mr. Mnupln used
to res'de in Lynchburg and he expects to
receive considerable support from that
section of the State.
Hon. John P. Ryan is a visitor to the
city. Ho is for a lew days calling on
his old fricds He was unanimously
renomiuatcd for the house of delegates
about a month ai-o and expects to ho
made speaker again. The speaker says
be feels highly complimented by the let?
ter written to him voluntarily 'Joy nomi?
nees for the house, pledging him their
support in the speakership contest. He
stated that Mr. Pitcher, will be reuomi
nated in Fnuquier and Mr. Wi?ar** in
Fairfax. The senatorial convention foi
Loudoun and Fnu-iuierjjwill 'to held next
week ami Hon. Henry Fairfax will be rc
nominated without opposition.
The New Hat.
Ditoi' tx and ski-: thk New
II AT which sty 1.1 :,l I As HECHE EU.
I HAVE THEM IN AM. BHADES
SUCCESSOR Tu GlLKESOX fc TAYLOR,
WAGES WILL BE ADVANCED.
The Demand for Southern Iron Causes
the Price to (!o Up.
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 10.?An ad?
vance in iron miners' wages is imminent.
Alabama furnace operators announced
another twenty live cents advance in
it on to-day, making a fifty cents' ad?
vance in the past week. This brlnus the
price of No. 1 foundry to*7.70. When
this advances to *S the miners will get a
raise in wanes of two and a half cents, to
which they will be entitled by opera?
tion cf the Blidlnv'scnle contract between
them and the operators.
The advance is due to the activity in
the finished iron market. Hollim- mill
stocks have run low and they are push?
ing the furnaces to supply pig at. the
mills, being anxious to operate lit full
tilt on account of the upward trend of
11 nished iron.
The special feature of the trade is an
extraordinary demand for Southern Iron
among Eastern buyers. The operators
themselves st^te that the market is in
capital condition and that the point
when miners' wanes will increase seems
near at hand. Two hundred puddlers ar?
rived from Pittsburg to-day to no to
work in the Birmingham rolling mill's
old mill, which has been idle for years,
and more are expected to morrow. There
is not an idle man in the district except
t ramps anil professional loafers.
TO PAY HIGHER. WAGES.
Pennsylvania Tube Works Company to
Grant a Ten Per Cent. Advance.
Pittsbnrg, Sept. HI.? The Pennsylva
I nia Tube Works Company, of Pittsburg,
to-day ^ave notice that it will advance I
the wages of its employes [ten pel cent,
over the present scale. The advance will
take effect on and after Monday. Be?
tween I,SOU and 1,300 workmen will be
The present pay roll of the company
aggregates from $20.000 to $21.000 every
two .seeks, and tho i net case will give
fromV-VioO to $2,100 to the benefit or the
workmen every t wo weeks. The reason
given for the advance Isthat the times
have improved sufficiently to warrant it.
The company felt bound to follow suit
when t!i>- National Tills* works Company
advanced wages, ten per cent. Other
tnhc companies are now expected to fall
CRUSHED BY A CABLE C\K.
An Old Fruit Merchant Killed in Sight
of a Throng on Broadway.
New York, Sept. 10. ? Jacob ./.asapski,
An oid Italian fruit pedler, was crushed
to death beneath a Broadway cable c-tr
soon after noon to-day. In one oi the
busiest parts of Broadway hundreds of
spectators were shocked by seeing the
pour old man mangled almost bi yond
recognition, and half a hundred passen?
gers from up town hail their nerves
jarred by the knowledge that they were
being jolted over the body of a human
Zasapaki, who was f>J5 years old. kept
a fruit stand in Broadway, almost Imme?
diately opposite the Broadway Centra'
Hotel. His home was at 170 Henry
street. He was crossing the track for
Rome purpose,stepped back to let a north
bound ear pass, but did not. perceive a
south bound car closo upon him, and was
crushed beneath Us wheels
FELL TWO FEET
Shnmokin, Sept. 10.- While Clarence
Debo, ateed 1 year, and residing in Mount
Carmcl, was laughing in his father's
arms last night the little hoy accidently
rolled from his father's embrace, am',
falling two feet to the floor,was killed by
Iiis BKiill being fractured.
STOP MY PAPRK
After you get angry and stop your pa
per. just poke your flngei into vvateT,
pull it out. and look at the hole. Then
you will know ho-v sadly you are
missed. A man who thinks a paper can?
not thrive without his support ought to
go off and stay awhile. When he conies
back, half his friends will not know ho
has none and the other half will not care,
while the world at large kept no account
of his movements. You wi'l lind things
you cannot endorso in every paper. The
"Book of Books" is often very plain anil
hits some hard raps, but if you were to
net mad and burn your Bible, the hun?
dreds of presses would still go on print?
ing it. ^'o when you stop your paper
and call the editor names, the paper will
still he published, and what la more,
you will rend it on the sly. ? Cycle.
Just received a splendid line of
Fancy Cak-s, Crackers and
Cream ^andie', chocolates,
etc. Sandy P. Figgat & Co
Dt.'SEN BERRY *8
Massie Pharma? y.
\ A SQUARE DEAL FOR
! A ROUND DOLLAR.
That is our motto in every deal. It
must be a square one. You pay the
same price here that your friend paid.
It's ONE PRICE to all and your money
back if you buy and are not satisfied.
We are going to do business right
through this busy prosperous fall on the
basis of giving good honest goods at
fairest prices. You will find us prepar?
ed to please and certain to carry out our
promises. Below we give you an oo
portunity to purchase some splendid
bargains at low prices. These are
broken lots, and every one a Positive
Bargain, and must be closed out to
make room for fall stock.
lie will be a hard man to please who finds fault
with the prices I am offering these broken lots of
Men's Suits at. EVERY ONE IS A POSITIVE
BAUCAIW AM) ALL X EW STYLES?NO OLD
STOCK. This lot consists of about 100 Suits/and
they are yours for
SHIRTS.?Have you seen my window display
of SHIRTS? If not you should not put it oil', as they
will not last lone- at the price. Some negligee, with
collars and cull's detached; some stiff bosoms, with
cuffs to match. Not a shirt in the lot that isn't worth
#1.00, l"it they go at
Boys'and Children's Suits
We are still hammering at the Boys' and Children's
Department, as we are compelled to have room f<>r
our FALL STOCK. Lots of bargains awaiting you
from si. L9 up._
EWgl p ONE-PRICE
B V w H WOB Bna ^ Ciothiet and Furnisher,
' - SUCCESSOR TO JOS. COIIX.
I i'iuui?l>cll Avenue mid JetTcrsoii Street.
\\ jos 4^ 4^ 4^ &\ ^\ ?t> ?lTS 4^ Itt dBT\ 0J> &\ &y IB')'
HUN OVKH AND KILT.KD.
Kntal Accident on tin- Wyt he vi lie Track.
Wythevilie, Sept. 10. while crossing
ilu'track at t*?e race meeting yesterday
morning, Adkins White, co'ored.was run
over hy a horse runningat full speed and
received Intal internal injuries.
The following is a summary of the re?
sults > I the I aces:
u'irst race, half mile heats, two in
thru-, for three-yeai olds.- H rax ton, llrst;
Second race, irottiuir.2:!IO class; Gover?
nor Hrownlow, tirst: .lack Cook, second.
Third race, special running, six fur
lonus dasli: Mascot, first, Klondike, sec?
Fourth race, consolation purse,on mile
dash: Myra 11., lirsr. Mary Oaks, second.
Fifth race, halt' mile race, two in three,
Laura D., lirst. Valid second.
Three Colored Children Perish in the
Flames Court of Appeals.
Staunton. Yu , Sent. 1". ?Last night
the dwelling house of Manuel Fleming,
colored, a? New Hope, Augusta county,
was destroyed hy lire, together with all
its contents except a cooVing stove and
a fetv chairs. Two of his youngest chil?
dren mid two children of neighbors had
been left in the house. The 18-year-old
boy was awakened hy the other children
falling down the steps, and jumped out
the window, having found the bed on
lire. He tried to break in the front door
to rescue the other children who perished
in the flames. The mothers of the chil?
dren were at church, a hundred yards
Auirustn count)' i- suffering from a
protracted drought, and many springs
and streams have dried up.
In the court ol appeals to day the case
of Ford and Hennick, trustee-;, vs. N. ('
Watts, slieriIT, was argued in full ami
submitted. Kim ball and Fink, receivers,
vs. Ii. F. Horden, argued in part. An
appeal was granted from the circuit
court cf Wythe county in the case of F.
St. Clair and others vs. .?. C. McGavock
and ot hers.
I?w J| Bicycle? at rock bottom
price lor this week One $100
[mM wheel, slightly used, for $35;
^ST one second - hand Cleveland
off racer $55. Kodaks, $5 to $15
II KOaNOKK CYCLE CO.,
Jt ins Salem avenue s. w.
, WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
At least, we are the people's friend, for
we enable them to buy GOOD shoes
CHEAP. Come to either store?Bnlem
avenue or JelTerson street?ami get a
square deal and a good pair of shoes.
BACH R ACH.
I keep on hand a complete line of dry
Koods und notion samples for Guggen
heitner & Co., ami invite all merchants
to call, rooms No 1 and 3, over the old
postoflice on Jefferson street.
w. H. PAULI.ING.
The Whitlow big i Co., third floor over
No. 114 Salem avenue.
(iOTO 11. HOCK, stall No. SO, City Mar
ket, for pure [>ork sausage, liver pud
! ding frankfurters, all highly seasoned.
I Also first-cluss meats.of all kiuds.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN.
Statement of Earnings and Expenses For
the Month of July.
The statement of earnings and ex
peuses of tl e Norfolk imd \V,esxern ratl
road for the month of July, lSiiT, shows
that the ei rnlngs in passenger, mail and
express business was $102,200.30, ado
crease as compared with the same month
of l >'J('>. cil $24,460.20; iu frelaltt business,
$70,10.19, an increase over l896of$34,'
150.34. The total earnings for July.
lS'JT, were$892,408.55, being an Increase
over 1890 ot $9,084.08, or one per cent.
The ex (lenses for July, 1897, wete tot
maintenance of way and structure, $147,
753 80; a decrease, as compared with the
month of the ptevious year of $21,144 72,
for maintniuance of equlpmeul $127,
*2?">7.r.7, an increase over 1890 of $15.
240.7U; for conducting transportation,
$290,035.84, a decrease of $40,820.20, ns
compared with I860, and for general ex
nenses $55,551.40, no increase over ls!Ki of
$2,572.83. The total expenses for July,
1SII7, were $020,598.04, a decrease, as
compared with 18J0, of $44,151.39. The
nel earnings for July, ?S'-m. were $265,
809.91, an increase of $53,835.47, or ex?
act ly 25 per cent.
KLONDIKE TRIPS COSTLY.
Gold Seeker Says $1,200 Were Demanded
for Carrying Ilia Baggage.
Vancouver. 15. U., Sept. 10.?The
steamer CoquithlUO arrived here to day
from Alaska. She brought hack * two
passengers, who had come straight
through from Lake Bennett. They are
Canadians from Winnipeg, Joshua
Ritchie and Arthur MeKeu/ie. Mr.
??The boys camping in the White Horse
trail can't get through this year. All
those who took the By en trail got
through. The steamers put you off at
Skngiuiy because it is a better lundinc,
ami that is why every one took the
"1 took $1,400 up with me. It cost
$000 to get to L ike Bennett. I offered
an experienced hustler my two horses
ami $600 to take my bairgnge to Klon
dike lie would not* move for less than
$1,200 and the horses I thought if it
was worth that to pet through I had bet?
ter wait until -pring to get to the mines,
ami I returned."
Mr. Ritchie says a self constituted
"Vigilance Company" of 12 ,held tin
pass against 3,000 men, until the later
bedhme augry and brushed the company
aside like dies.
HOT ENOUGH FOR YOU.
I have hot weather shoes for everybody.
Keep your feet nice and cool and you can
stand the hot weather. I have complete
stock in two stores?Salem avenue anil
Jefferson street. BACHRACH.
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets. $4. J.
J. Catognl'a restaurant
USE CRYSTAL SPRING SOAP
Everybody uses soap, but few think
about the kind that WOllld he best to
use. We think about soap, and put.
thought into it. You do the using, and
we'll do the thinking.
Limner's restauiant is growing in fop?
nlarlty, as evidenced by tins large number
he feeds every day, Nloo fiesh <->sters
can be had, as well as everything that 1?
good to eat.