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I 11 '•T KIBU N I. WashingtoD, -President Wilson lias determined thai bothinfc resembling militar) 01 deiiiiiiiBtrjitinc *hal| orcur While the diplomatic ri „ : ioronto.A U gu,and Sep. i". ^UoTr .hi" :"; :"".""• '^. ve.r. have deeded over the California nii .1 ip,,, land hill are in ["iasi 'lie HiiaiiimTTiheadmin. The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August and Sepistration loalia* „„ alarming interpretation even up„r, the ordinary maneuvres of the army and navy. While the international situation has not unders-uneihe slight. eat change sine* Governor Johnson announced his intention of signing the bill, Washington is full of rumoura to night that the relations between Japan and the United Mates has assumed a critical phase I 'hat the United States is male '"£,' preparations for a hostile emergency. London, r 7 .-The London trades Council, representing fifty thousand trade ui reflation ro-night expressing reffilETu a n ,l,e a PP"'"t".ent of Waiter H Pa R „ American Ambassador^to Great Britain on the ground that.he is a bitter opponent f ^ *ed labour, and askhag Sir Edward Grey, the Foreign si jar> to protest against receiving H^VJ"^; 16 '7. The Death nf %Z y } F,ag,er ls tnomtntarily Pe c,e d according to the state. %  l Of President Parrot of the East ( oast Railroad. „., H9 IIOIIICU ground f„r Exhibitor.. Business men to place aSpecial Exhibition Num. ber of "The Strombu§" on sale at th exhibition as named above. generally. Lodging House Keepers. Boarding House Keepers. Owners of places to rent a\s winter residences. Owners of Boats.etc.. etc.. would do well to advertise in the Exhibition Number and bring their business to the notice of the masjy thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are . growing factor in our tourist business. Special rates. Space should be secured early. More than two thousand of this Issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable Advertising medium ever published in he Bahamas. No one who h__ anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of "The Atrombus." THERE ARE REASONS ^'•V m why good housewives // should use IWSunlight Soap It is guaranteed absolutely pure, and therefore will not injure the clothes. It works for you, and at the same time saves you money. It Ts the best soap that skill and money can produce. (Jive it a trial and you will lie convinced of its value. IKVIIt I'OR I I ""I ill Its LIMITED, MM IOHT, r.NlilAMI. 77*1 Exhibition TORONTO 1913 August 23 to September S T i IE the Why import Butter from New York ? Il 1 OStS more than 1 11,. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter %  '' 1 r Is. i" i lb, and weigh! guai inti NEW VORK HOUSE WANTED. T,. Vo [•• %  %  Bay-streei 9i I i, and runni I he rigln is rest rved to reject the whole 01 ; ny nf tie ; enders, I enoers wi II i,ierei % %  > • I I. M KNOW I.ES 5J8 East Hat ntre< t. unt 11 the \ i s> Miij. 1013. I'OR HIRE. SIX ROl l\l l)\\ II I IV IH ll'sl' •'. |||| balii 10.1:11 .11 < • l mid .ill nul rluor coi '.-mi in.'1-1; ,1 I'ank. Easi s I'-I. Si 111 1 ., opp lite .\. • %  — %  1 I' A| 1 IOS LAI G Blue I Ml St. South PJ"0 U \ l>. — im the Northern J. Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about 15 feet keel, \b il n model, painted white outside, blue transom. I lie Owner will please communicate with THE COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Andros. wiinams Shoes Are BETTER I) W. A. \l.\ 1 HER. UNDER IAKER. E inform Ins friends and the Public ih.t he ha jusi rei eived H I I impleie 1 unlit ol ilies foi il e busim ss ol an un. dertaker, which 1 • hi in in a i""-" I n earn oul iunetals that may be entrusted 1 his care with m ind di span 1; and respeel fully solicits then patron ige >et oy l'ii> 1 s insi ami piove that the) •'" %  ihe M ,\ lowest for hist class W01 k. NO r I C E. r lli> is in inform my Patrons anil the Public ni General 1 iai I have op-n.'d my Public k Smith Shop; and am now ly to do anj ihiiu in the line ol Genera' repaii 01 new work Horse Sli '-• mg Sin cially All work done Mechanically. P A. Huvler, Bay Stre< t. East (Wharf) R I.IT|)| \ I ION. LAING. —My wife Christina I.aing having left inv lniiue without mutual consent, I theiefoie Will not hold myself responsible for any debts transacted in my name by her. MALACH1 LAING. A race is no better than its women



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0) o SO CO s fa < c$ 0 Nvilllu* addictus Jvirnre In vcrba maestri. Heing bound lo %  .•.. i lo the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. NASSAU. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. May 19. 1 91V No. I 50 LEON I.. H. I'l. i'i ill, OKPIC • u M IKKKT STK1 HI ii N. I' I IHAM* i.ii. 1.1.lli.i PUBLISH!: U l)\ll.1 M a Uy, A'eilnesii.iy ami Friilaj •i i Tiipsclav. I'lim>ilav ami Sfcti tioglc copy %  • %  %  • %  "' A tkl* I I it 1.1 v ,) i irterlv < % %  !UlfY-i.lv ITeailJ i-VY %HLF IS ADVA Advertiiin Ratw Sin (HI lust insertion : ttn'-i for lecond in %  • %  I i iubo quant inn Aitvrit iscuii-nt s un-irt (>n the |. "\ lohns in ( i "il Plantation, in I he Western part of tins Island, there are some 20 or mure French Havtiena Wfro work and re irte al the Caves. On Sunday afternoon they bee ime 1 i< >l in consequence ol one or their number musing a pair nl vim s. A youn)t innn living at Gambiervt is inspected and they sel in ii 1 1 the suspected t hiel to "1 ,l (M i, wn s itiaf iction." I he ( 1 ikei ihrniKhtfully -1 rete I Hi.nu peeled man, and "pi oned • 1 he \l 11 ,,,'i-r in the City, who repoi I. pil the m ittei lo tli<' Co 11 man \ qu id "I police undei command ..( nne "f ihe Sergeants was -.1 rl ipat hi d, w h 1 succeeded in quieting Ihe mob, ^fter taking the SIIS|H ted man b ick Iu hi* home imbier, withuui making |§, I'lie mis-mi; ill ies will 1 nquired into and .1 thorough investis tti<>n ol Hi** m ittei "' 'da this weak by t he Pol ice A In s. I he Schooner 11 itne D irling arrived yesterday From Miami with a cargo of Gasoline and Shingles and the following passengers ; — Miss Miasia Tynea ; Meadatnea Annie Moxey, Rebecca Mowv, Georgian Robinson, Drucilla Thompaon, Rosa Sawyer, Bnd Ellen Carier ; Mesara Ired Carter, Solomon Adderley, Ambus Rolle, William Rolle, Joshua Cartwright. Richaril Knowles, Claudius Frnces. Moses Sands Tom Davis. |ake Fergurson, Nathaniel Adder ,... Edwaid \dderley, Daniel lor, Charles I hursion, Ri 11 dd I Hutston, I lenry Thurston, Wilfre s i" r, | 1 fta nsi y, Wil. liam R imsey, Natl aniel Mi 1 W'illm ire Moxej. u I Mex.11 Moxej Mastn Nathaniel Nelson 'I'l,,. Scho >m 1 stli arrived this m >ining fi mi Miami with ,1 ?argo ol Ice and Shingles and the following p iengers: Mis--, i ihc V I |ohn$on, Mesd Mary V. (iibson, Im na lul — 1 1, irah I. r.nnd I" 1 DeV ; M ,:i..M \| ,j,ir, S lo ion Rahminc Joseph rimmpson, Gen R ihming.Chai I s Ralnnin !, I lh HI Sti in, I ih Stewart, Alexand irtwi ght, Smith, I hm 1VIJ i >r, S) Iv IUUS II \ oe, Rile) I ihnson, A fred l>e laney, and I imea B !ib Maste s^i Ii y hi inp* >n, Jeoi gi Butler, Simeon Majoi and Ri hard alajnr, .-* The \ IIMI if 'i "*eli i ner |, E. Kll W lin" W iS In (led \\ il Ii pjm ,i|i 1 ni i'.le'iil M 1 for !'.• I 1 HI %  v Hy I Ion, |. VV, 1 u rjer. Ml • s.i I ll'.l 1 1 'III :-' %  ] with ii hi 1 lr> n\ %  T ii,/ conaigm d 10 the E. Kir A-UI Co, Inc. of I I M I' S. \. .* 1:1' iti'il. I'mvn I May 17, iq Gregory Pown I. xlge \ i,. I F. M nil VIvin Ir H Houaeh >W of Ruth, • %  eh ated 'I liankgiving Sui ay > hold ng 11 1 then hall: I ) 1111 e I R oI I. I', j ve in interest ing an I insi 1 %  %  < lre* which was listened in with marked al ten I ion, Bros. I leee siali Roker and Rupert i-'. Wood a No addressed the meeting. Bros, J. il. Smith, P. \. |-'. ,1, tnl ,is master of ceremonies. Ihe hall was crammed and all present seemed In have fen joy. e.| and benefited bv the me< tin J. II S. CAB1.EGR \MS Sands'S C TUDIO LOSES Thursday 22nd for 1 month onlv. London, 17.—1 he worlds record with 13.5 inch Kns has just been made by tht supei dn adnought King 1 %  •" 'V. Out ol forty round fi ed bj I guns the target was hit 3') tin London, 17.—Two I'itr English contracts have gone to Germain. They are for two pairs of lock I ,1 sv, ing bi idge for the Easl Indi 1 dock hi The I -rt 1 1 I. in lulhcritj says il would l>e ntcess u\ 10 1 id, the lo tendei from 1 Brihfh firm 1 1 £ %  351.371, %  %  • % % %  '% %  ihe Continental firm. London, 17.— I he well known French nviatoj Moulinais, who landed al Hendon from his mono. pi 1 ne I isl -nnilv aftei a 450 mile t from Bten l en, 11 he firsl •. i rin m to fall a victim to the comprehensive prohibition issued un tier the ne 1 aviation legul i' i on act by I lome Sei rel ai y Mi K againsl (lj ers inv iding Greal Brit ,111 M illlOUl pel .nils. I le pleaded Ignorance of 'he regulations, but rdered by the magistral e to di posil H bond ol in appei r for judgment if called upon 1 1 do o. I ondon, 17.-I'he six militant tti leaders who were ar1 1 on the lharge ol conspir u j ai the time of the raid c i their he idquarters were committed for n 1,, 1 yesti 1 Nj '• ,!; m "-' i ; ' ,,t the Bow Street police court. The chemist Clayton was also held foi 11 i,(l, bail m his c is being fixed at £3,000. 1 ii,' women e re allowed rul on bail in s.nallei sums. A kind "l hulliagette outrage 1* committed yeste 1 lay, H p tinting in a chhn h al Eastbourne being del u ed, London. 17.%  \ Mexican government loan ol $25,000,000 for the restoration ol ilia railroads in thai country is understood t<> have been practically arranged here and in Paris, Ii


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Nvilllu* addictus Jvirnre In vcrba maestri.
Heing bound lo ... i lo the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. May 19. 1 91V
No. I 50
LEON I.. H. I'l. i'i ill,
OKPIC u M IKKKT STK1 HI
ii N. I' I IHAM*
i.ii. 1.1.- lli.i
PUBLISH!: U l)\ll.1
M a Uy, A'eilnesii.iy ami Friilaj
i i .....
Tiipsclav. I'lim>ilav ami Sfcti
tioglc copy "'
A tkl*
I I it 1.1 v
,) i irterlv ...... <
!UlfY-i.lv
ITeailJ
i-VY %HLF IS ADVA
Advertiiin Ratw Sin
(hi lust insertion : ttn'-i
for lecond in
I i iubo quant inn
Aitvritiscuii-nts un-irt
(>n the |. "\ lohns in ( i "il
Plantation, in I he Western part of
tins Island, there are some 20 or
mure French Havtiena Wfro work
and re irte al the Caves. On Sun-
day afternoon they bee ime 1 i< >l
in consequence ol one or their
number musing a pair nl vim s. A
youn)t innn living at Gambiervt is
inspected and they sel in
ii 1 1 the suspected thiel to "1
,l(Mi, wn s itiaf iction." I he (
1 ikei ihrniKhtfully -1 rete I Hi.-
nu peeled man, and "pi oned 1 he
\l 11 ,,,'i-r in the City, who repoi I.
pil the m ittei lo tli<' Co 11 man
\ qu id "I police undei command
..( nne "f ihe Sergeants was -.1
rl ipat hi d, w h 1 succeeded in
quieting Ihe mob, ^fter taking the
siis|h ted man b ick Iu hi* home
, imbier, withuui making
|, I'lie mis-mi; ill ies will
1.....nquired into and .1 thorough
investis tti<>n ol Hi** m ittei "' 'da
this weak by t he Pol ice A
In s.
I he Schooner 11 itne D irling
arrived yesterday From Miami with
a cargo of Gasoline and Shingles
and the following passengers ;
Miss Miasia Tynea ; Meadatnea
Annie Moxey, Rebecca Mowv,
Georgian Robinson, Drucilla
Thompaon, Rosa Sawyer, Bnd
Ellen Carier ; Mesara Ired Carter,
Solomon Adderley, Ambus Rolle,
William Rolle, Joshua Cartwright.
Richaril Knowles, Claudius
Frnces. Moses Sands Tom Davis.
|ake Fergurson, Nathaniel Adder
,... Edwaid \dderley, Daniel
lor, Charles I hursion, Ri
11 dd I Hutston, I lenry Thurston,
Wilfre si" r, | 1 fta nsi y, Wil.
liam R imsey, Natl aniel Mi 1
W'illm ire Moxej. u I Mex.11
Moxej Mastn Nathaniel Nelson
'I'l,,. Scho >m 1 stli
arrived this m >ining fi mi Miami
with ,1 ?argo ol Ice and Shingles
and the following p iengers: -
Mis--, i ihc V
I |ohn$on, Mesd
. Mary V.
(iibson, I- m na lul 1 1, irah I.
r.nnd I" 1 DeV ; M
,:i..M \| ,j,ir, S lo ion Rahm-
inc Joseph rimmpson, Gen
R ihming.Chai I s Ralnnin !, I
lh hi Sti in, I ih Stewart,
Alexand.....irtwi ght,
Smith, I hm 1- VIj i >r, S) Iv iuus
II \ oe, Rile) I ihnson, A fred l>e
laney, and I imea B !ib
Maste s^i Ii y hi inp* >n,' Jeoi gi
Butler, Simeon Majoi and Ri hard
alajnr,
.-*
The \ iimi if 'i "*eli iner |, E.
Kll W lin" W iS In (led \\ il Ii pjm ,i|i
1 ni i'.le'iil m 1 for !'. I 1 hi
v Hy I Ion, |. VV, 1 u rjer. -
Ml s.i I ll'.l 1 1 'III :-']' with
ii hi 1 lr> n\ t ii,/ conaigm d 10
the E. Kir a-ui Co, Inc. of I
I M I' S. \.
.*
1:1' iti'il.
I'mvn I
' May 17, iq
Gregory Pown I. xlge \
i,. I F. M nil VI- vin Ir h
Houaeh >W of Ruth, eh ated
'I liankgiving Sui ay > hold ng
111 then hall: I) 1111 e I R o-
I I. I', j ve in interest
ing an I insi 1 < lre* which
was listened in with marked al
ten I ion, Bros. I leee siali Roker and
Rupert i-'. Wood a No addressed
the meeting. Bros, J. il. Smith, P.
\. |-'. ,1, tnl ,is master of ceremo-
nies. Ihe hall was crammed and
all present seemed In have fen joy.
e.| and benefited bv the me< tin .
J. II S.
CAB1.EGR \MS
Sands'S
C
TUDIO
LOSES Thursday 22nd for 1
month onlv.
London, 17.1 he worlds record
with 13.5 inch Kns has just been
made by tht supei dn adnought
King 1 " 'V.
Out ol forty round fi ed bj I
guns the target was hit 3') tin
London, 17.Two I'itr English
contracts have gone to Germain.
They are for two pairs of lock
I ,1 sv, ing bi idge for the
Easl Indi 1 dock hi
The I -rt 1 1 I. in lulhcritj
says il would l>e ntcess u\ 10 1
id, the lo
tendei from 1 Brihfh firm 1 1
351.371, '-
ihe Continental firm.
London, 17. I he well known
French nviatoj Moulinais, who
landed al Hendon from his mono.
pi 1 ne I isl -nnil- v aftei a 450 mile
t from Btenlen, 1- 1 he firsl .ir-
in m to fall a victim to the com-
prehensive prohibition issued un
tier the ne 1 aviation legul i'ion
act by I lome Sei rel ai y Mi K
againsl (lj ers inv iding Greal Bri-
t ,111 M illlOUl pel .nils.
I le pleaded Ignorance of 'he re-
gulations, but rdered by the
magistral e to di posil h bond ol
, in appei r for judgment if
called upon 1 1 do o.
I ondon, 17.-- I'he six militant
tti leaders who were ar-
1 1 on the lharge ol conspir u j
ai the time of the raid "ci their
he idquarters were committed for
n 1,,1 yesti 1 Nj ' ',!; m "-'i";' '
,,t the Bow Street police court. The
chemist Clayton was also held foi
11 i,(l, bail m his c is being fixed
at 3,000.
1 ii,' women ere allowed rul
on bail in s.nallei sums. A
kind "l hulliagette outrage 1*
committed yeste1 lay, h -
p tinting in a chhn h al Eastbourne
being del u ed,
London. 17.- \ Mexican govern-
ment loan ol $25,000,000 for the
restoration ol ilia railroads in thai
country is understood t<> have been
practically arranged here and in
Paris,
Ii


I 11 '- T KIBU N I.
WashingtoD, -President
Wilson lias determined thai
bothinfc resembling militar) 01
deiiiiiiiBtrjitinc *hal| orcur
While the diplomatic ri : ioronto.AUgu,and Sep.
i". ^UoTr .hi" :"; :""."" '^. ve.r. have deeded
over the California
nii .1 ip,,,
land hill are in ["iasi
" 'lie HiiaiiimTTiheadmin.
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
istration loalia* ,
alarming interpretation even upr,
the ordinary maneuvres of the
army and navy.
While the international situa-
tion has not unders-uneihe slight.
eat change sine* Governor Johnson
announced his intention of signing
the bill, Washington is full of
rumoura to night that the relations
between Japan and the United
Mates has assumed a critical phase
I 'hat the United States is male
'",' preparations for a hostile
emergency.
London, r7.-The London
trades Council, representing fifty
thousand trade ui
reflation ro-night expressing re-
ffilETu an ,l,e aPP"'"t".ent of
Waiter H PaR. American Am-
bassador^to Great Britain on the
ground that.he is a bitter opponent
f^*ed labour, and askhag Sir
Edward Grey, the Foreign si
jar> to protest against receiving
H^VJ"^;16. '7. The Death nf
%Zy, } F,ag,er ls tnomtntarily
"Pe,c,e,d- according to the state.
l Of President Parrot of the
East ( oast Railroad.
-------------., H9 IIOIIICU
ground fr Exhibitor.. Business men
to place aSpecial Exhibition Num.
ber of "The Strombu" on sale at
th exhibition as named above.
gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers.
Boarding House Keepers. Owners
of places to rent a\s winter resi-
dences. Owners of Boats.etc.. etc..
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibition Number and bring their
business to the notice of the masjy
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
. growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates. Space should be
secured early.
More than two thousand of this
Issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable Adver-
tising medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who h__
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Atrombus."
THERE ARE REASONS
^'V m why good housewives
// should use
IWSunlight Soap
It is guaranteed absolutely
pure, and therefore will not
injure the clothes. It works
for you, and at the same time
saves you money. It Ts the
best soap that skill and money
can produce. (Jive it a trial
and you will lie convinced of
its value.
IKVIIt
I'OR I
I ""I ill Its LIMITED,
MM IOHT, r.NlilAMI.
77*1
Exhibition
TOR-
ONTO
1913
August 23 to September S
Ti IE
the
Why import Butter
from New York ?
Il 1 OStS more than 1 11,.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
'' 1 r Is. i" i lb, and weigh!
guai inti
NEW VORK HOUSE
WANTED.
T,.Vo [" A
feet
'' failoring Establishment
19 Geo. St.
, FOR SALE.
FISHING SMACK, in good
Condition. (Jod Sails
I fee^keeI-19 feetover'allGJ
Apply "Tribune."
Committee appointed I \
e Chamter of Comn erce
to organize the Bahamas I xhihii
culd be glad In receive offers
from intending Exhibitor* of ,.r,\
of the undermentioned artu li
wel] as any others that might .
commend themselves fur the pur-] FOR SALE n IENDER
WIN I l.l. House Servanl
( d V .,,-.
Applj "Irib
feet I
KOPS
NCfti-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES
ALE AND sror 1.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all the ionic
vaim.-o! ale and Stout but with,
out the after effects price 6d
bottle. 5s. dot
LIME CHAMPAG
Pnt7$d. Quartnod,
SPARKLING VA1 I NTO WINE
Pints .
GINGERALE.& GINGER BEER
Pmt*6d. Perdoi
SPECIAL PRH E9 BY THE
ISES
SOLD AT BLACK'S
221 Bay St.
pose:
Sisal
Sponge
Canned Pine-apples
Canned Tomatoes
Preserves, various
Plants, potted
Cigars
Fruit
Mats
RI11
Curj
vy ds
Carvings
Tortoise -dirll
o
and
THE NASSAU
H.
v VNDY
KITCHEN.
S. Ml A I k. \,.,n
Fobacco Tortoise Shell VY ,rk
Mark Cotton
Shell Basket Work.
All Exhibits must be in the
hands of the Committee in lime
lor the Steamei leaving this 1
August 1st. 1913.
Vp| ly to
CHAS E. ALB'JRV,
Chair mm .
CHAS. |. AMBOl 1.
________________Secretary,
t,T Cutlery"
.1 line assortment ol:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pocket Knives
Botcher Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E Albury
A:
NE I! II .: II:., I (Il
ding Lot on the I
i, funning "i>
Bay-streei 9i I i, and runni -
I he rigln is rest rved to reject
the whole 01 ; ny nf tie ; enders,
I enoers wi II i,- ierei > I
I. M KNOW I.ES '
5J8 East Hat ntre< t. unt 11 the \is>
Miij. 1013.
I'OR HIRE.
SIX ROl l\l l)\\ II I IV ,
IH ll'sl' '. |||| balii 10.1:11 .11
< l mid .ill nul rluor coi
'.-- mi in.'1-1; ,1 I'ank.
Easi s i'-i. Si 1111., opp lite
.\. 1 I'
A| 1
IOS LAI G
Blue I Ml St. South
PJ"0 U \ l>. im the Northern
J. Mud, an Open Sponging
Boat, about 15 feet keel, \b il n
model, painted white outside, blue
transom. I lie Owner will please
communicate with
THE COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Andros.
wiinams Shoes
Are BETTER
I)
W. A. \l.\ 1 HER.
UNDER IAKER.
E inform Ins friends
and the Public ih.t he ha
jusi rei eived h i i impleie 1 unlit ol
ilies foi il e busim ss ol an un.
dertaker, which 1 hi in in a
i""-".....In earn oul i- unetals that
may be entrusted 1 his care with
m ind di span 1; and respeel
fully solicits then patron ige >et
oy l'ii> 1 s insi ami piove that the)
'" ihe m ,\ lowest for hist class
W01 k.
NO r I C E.
rlli> is in inform my Patrons
anil the Public ni General
1 iai I have op-n.'d my Public
k Smith Shop; and am now
ly to do anj ihiiu in the line ol
Genera' repaii 01 new work Horse
Sli '- mg Sin cially All work done
Mechanically.
P A. Huvler,
Bay Stre< t. East (Wharf)
RI.IT|)| \ I ION.
LAING. My wife Christina I.aing
having left inv lniiue without mu-
tual consent, I theiefoie Will not
hold myself responsible for any
debts transacted in my name by
her.
_________MALACH1 LAING.
A race is no better than its
women


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