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w MM ,_ ..I —T%  M •^ w .—.. .. V 'V "•Editor Tribune A t iregoi \ I own Eleuth i i, on th.'7th I"< %  111 LI 11\, tlire w.is rm light ;ii ill.(' %  \ • i %  .in. I'd likt.i kn iw A li.ii ihese thing • meai II be verj glad if the Government Would si' in li into ihis matter, and '~-'~ i in >ve cm 'Jut careless keeper. "1 ours truly \ CAPT AI \'. . VBLEGH \\|S. New Y rk,!2. -< ,r..r-e %  inghouse, inventoi .if the air hrake MI. I controllei of ihe I .r^e-.,-. 1 !|p of patents .>! ..I.\ 111 n I here tin-, afternoon aged N > lork, 12, — Aiiiioiincpiiie.it was made that the wedding of Mis Huntington am! Vincent \-t' ""ill i ike pi ice .! th.. boon ol ; mi Straisburg, Nevv fork, on \|P ,1 30th. s : mipton.ia, rive Iropera'"' '• New Vork lodaj on her fn-: 1 f ,| l0 in ,, ,, ., New York.ia, |erome l/raveis. and Frederri. k Hereslmfl sailed 1 '" I li "' part in the aroatem Kolfchampionship .,1 Gieat I'.nt.im which will he held on May 8th. Was ling ton, 12.—President \Y > >• 1 tne Alaskan ra road bill. London, 13.—Si ntence of \ 11 '. was passed t. d IJ n M Richardson the militant suStage! who slashed the Rokeby Ver\us the N G illery An Tuesday. She declares she u ill go on a biin get ':ike. Glasgow, 12. — Militant si.iliuttes 1 rted missing sini e the tow n ked and burned by 11 brig inds yesterday. Li m li HI, 1 J. \ se 'i el naval li is been stolen from a wa'rsl.ip il Sheerness and a rigid being made. The Ruihorii ies fear the code book hai 1 nto the hands of spice worl in f,-,|eign go*sinmenti New York, 13.—Commander I Iw 11 I Ivail* who was sei. >nd in mm nanj ..( tinill fated Scot! Exed here today. I Ie I lure in the I irgi r cities •>( Aili.l I' a. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Mar. 13 SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT 5 Reels—All having passed the censorship THE CRITIC (Ambrosio) a Reel THE LOVE CHASE. Iv lair) 2 Reels. WHEN THE PRINCE ARRIVED NOTE PRICESod. is. ., ,. "NEW NATIONAL" ld in (]u :i %  >.i ( hie Galli ii i ml upv. .ii ds I'oi ; one ~lnHi %  %  .i glion I > ii'iia I u rent* ; : urn empt\. IKd i i i i > .. w.i\ with tin hu v i C, i S \!'\HI KS, \1 71". would dorm all who appreciate a Good S ke that we now V\ have on i *nd an extensive Stock ol 11A VAN \ CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havai i and Sumatra W ; rs. and Havana Killers throughout 1 e< are manufactured .in oui premises by skilled workmen and ire taken to prmluce an article of superior quality. I'll inve net with m the past leads us confidently to expect the pation ige ol connoiseurs. |. !.. S.\l M'l RS & Co. Ha v-Street. J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. FOR SALE U r VRPRt (BE, Bookcase, Extension Table, Oak Side, board w ith Mirroi nttai hment in good i ondition. Cheap for cash. apply to Tribune (Iffice, Gasoline V," I \NI)\R|) Oil Cos Motoi vTy Spirit"* >H i in quautiti. ol ^ gallons and up n II ir one shilling per gallon III I i 11 I'>ri.i_; a \'.---rl foi small ip I'II t ii--. I )iurns m ty lie had wilI. "drum lots,' u ijeci to retui :i wli lv %  i lie I' iftii t -i %  • %  .' I I 11 7 ",. Ie io pei .-ni di-Counl I. .-. ii, hi. i II v, R i ( %  i|n foi III. Iticvi Ies rent) (I f"i •• %  • II w ek. \ni.i no II %  %  n I I supplies kept in stock. I'VI inder 011 mil \ I • '•: %  > %  IV, Can ei : : ell yiiu a verv ciinve. nient sli>i i ge drum with faucii o kee| i oline. Come n I ei th'-in. Apply to J. P. SIMMS, ( 7 Market St net. i W. \. \. iTHK i: UNI1I R i KVLV.U D ESIRES In i M|, .rm his f anil I %  %  Public thai I e j.i1 n iiuifil "I lit ies f... ihe Inn in -ss <• an i dei t >ker, \\ Licit plnci i i • p..-Ii to carrv out I uiei i i \ ie entrusted i i his care -\ -tern and de li ; anil es| -." i %  i \ si i 11 pitron.ige del m> pi ires li -i i ,,•,.• 11111 they ,.iithe VI-I v low i -' eUss %  I Shingle s f3esl No. i Heart sin. C\ pi Shingles al i per ihouIKI -il 2 ) bundles i )icounts .ni l< •' of iglo. Special Price alst1 1 H I cheaper grncli a l -<> jin. Cypress al %  tr<-< t East (Wharf RFMKMBKR! No home w.nr <-n be com plele Without "Music" W lannUerinR a line of High Grade Pianos, Pi ivei Pi. *, Piano I. gans, ami I' ( hgnns suitable ( %  ir evei y li Co el and see oui laiesl catal and ; .-t US Sei d I III II nmenls diieel li m lacti-. to voui home ("i 3 -I ys Irial, Absol n i FREE For nskmg.Chuose h>i your i f.Ou in '• urn.-itand terms ie i l.cst in the World. THE RIMNG I SR Dillel Sin W. F. W. < Co. -m eZTJSn. >" . 'FUS SELL'S CONDI n bto MILK S^lLEJtrLj; AV FUSS ELL jryj;.^



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3 'CD W 0) %  + CD 0) O (D 0) Nvillivis addle tus |urare in verba maKlslri. Bi'inii bound to swear to the Dogmas ( no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. March 13. 1914 No. 77 I EON K H DOPt'CB E DITOS ANIl I'l <> PU I I i R OWnC* 38 44 M UiKET -TIM I Nassau H. P., AH-AMA. J P. (I. Hpv II PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday end Friday— single copy ... ... Jii Tuesday, rhurday and Saturday— tingle eopi ... ... i. Half Ye..,iv 8s. VTeaity lbs PAYARLE IN ADVANCE. Advrttisini: Hates Six pence |iri !mr fen first insertion ; thiee pence pei lii B 'nr second insertion; ami one peony pi 1 line f.ir subsequent insertions, Advertisements under eight lines 4s, We are? indebted to the Hon Colonial Secteiary lor a ropy of the Report on The Mite Book fur the veil mi-' 13. j By advices from Governor's Har hour, hleuihera, we learn that Mr. Met ton Griffin, ol that place, committed suicide on Saturday last by shooting himself with a revolvat, The M&il Steamer Minmi, arrived yesterda) from Miami with the following passengers i Miss R. II Lyrett. and R R, Hull; Mesdames C.S. Root,and Frank Johnson ; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Tayjor, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Lampiacht, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs VVm. L. Koehne, Mr. and Mrs T, !•'. Hunk ; Messrs. .1. R. u'Ne il, J. !•'.. Hartner, Jas. Isbister, M. Clark, J. I.. Webster, Thos. Aheara.las. I). Fraser, Juliette Unite, W'm. s. Tynder, I.. I'mcba. (.i\) Mesdames Ruth Burrows, Ada Hepburn, Laura Gray, Ophelia Hepburn, Eliza lamieson, and Bella Fyfe; Messrs. Lloyd Griffin, Sylvanus Gibson, Samuel Mt Phee, Jre Bridgewater, Jure Col lay, Cornelius k Collins, James Black, Lorenzo Fergurton, John \V. Miller, Wilford Clark, Jas. Winter, Thurston Pratt, Clinton Howe, Chas. Gray, Wm. Monroe, Then. Smith Jas. Miller', Israi I Brii e, Frank Hill, James Fyfe,George Manuel, and Edwin Moncur (281 The "Miami" bteamed for Miami yesterda) afternoon. The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived! yesterday from Santiago with 26 passengers,— Misses F. V Parker and ^. C. Willey; Mesdames Anna Brown, and \i. E. Kilday; Mr ind Mrs G. \Y. Allen, Mi and Mrs B. IV. Arnold, Mr and Mrs Henry Brown, Mr and Mrs E. IV. Hannaford, Mr and Mrs \Y. J Kimball; Messrs I". C Godd ird, A B Gilmnre, C. W. Gorton, O. A Gorton, T. M. Kendink, II. I>. Moore, James Moore Ji A. MacGreger, .". J. McQuade, \V. I. Ru hardson, W. I'. Ultnan, and J. N. WillcUt. (26) and 10 in transit for New York. The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" steamed foi Santiago de Cuba yesterday iifiernonii. The Mail Steamer "Seguranca' 1 steamed ror New York this after noon. BAH IMAS POLICE BAND At S: 15 p, m. Progiainme. March Holymod J/HIM Raglan Descriptive Dinah's Jubilee (jaVOttd lleails-easr Medley of American "Liveners" Serenade Anita Vatse Passing of Salome Two Step Those Dixie Eyes God Save The King Library Green, IV, Coin, 13th Match 1914. Bandmaster, Synopses of the first class Programme for 'he Impenal, llns eve. ninn, follow. See advertisement, THE CRITIC. Heary Roberts, N theatrical critic on an influential newspaper holds in his power because of his position, Helene, a beautiful actress, just entering upon lier career. She meets Oscar Payne.a yi ung i>et of great promise, hut ol reticent disposition 11> reads some of lus poems only upon the request of his mother and Louil Miles. The latter, once I great dramatist, hut now in reduced circumstances has been forced to apply 10 Roberts for financial aid, which is refused. Robert's jealousy is aroused by the rising fame of the poet, and he attacks bis character and work through the press. Moth men met at Helen's apartments, by chance, and a violent quarrel is avoided by the proirise of the actress to marry the one able to write the best comedy, corfident that Payne would be successful. Payne soon finishes bis cornedv and the editor of the paper on which Roberts is -ririo highly commends it. Roberts is unable even to start his, and seeks the aid of Mi es, forgetting that he is Payne's teacher and friend, This the old dramatist refuses to do, and informs Payne of the plot, this information is received at a most opportune time, a Roberts now thoroughly enraged determines to ruin the career of both young people. They devise a plan to outwit him. Miles gives the unsuspecting critic Payne's comedy, which Robeits thinks was written for himself. The comedy is produced, RobeitS appears before the curtain at I be call for "Author," and is accepting 'he applause, when Miles jumps on to the Stage and denounces his deceptiou. He is hissed off, and Payne, the real author receives a great ovation, 81 d the hand of Ilelene. WHEN THE PRINCE ARRIVES May, the daughter of a fairoer in comfortable circumstances, being of a romantic turn of mind gives considerable time to reading fairy t*les. Upon the arrival of strangers with a circus, she believes that she has found her fairy Prince in one of the acrobat* who in a quarrel knocks down, and leaves for dead, another acrobat, lie flies for refuge Mas hides him. She neglects Joe, a frank open heaited vouth who has made kuown Ins love for her. Finally she discovers that the man she has sheltered is rfmurderer, and a deceiver. In her distress she responds lo Joe'l honest I >ve, and tosses a letter from her strange pi inre into a passing si ream. THE LOVE CHASE Is wonderful —the description is too lengthy for us to carry in tins issue, even in condensed fotm, but we advise you, dont miss it. s>


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Publication Date: Friday, March 13, 1914
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Nvillivis addle tus |urare in verba maKlslri.
Bi'inii bound to swear to the Dogmas ( no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. March 13. 1914
No. 77
I EON K H DOPt'CB
E DITOS ANIl I'l <> PU I I i R
OWnC* 38 44 M UiKET -TIM I .
Nassau H. P., ah-ama- .
J P. (I. Hpv II
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday end Friday
single copy ... ... Jii
Tuesday, rhurday and Saturday
tingle eopi ... ... i Weekly ... ... 4}d
Monthlv ......it,, 41!
Qiiailpilv ... ... i>.
Half Ye..,iv 8s.
VTeaity lbs
PAYARLE IN ADVANCE.
Advrttisini: Hates Six pence |iri !mr
fen first insertion ; thiee pence pei lii b
'nr second insertion; ami one peony pi 1
line f.ir subsequent insertions,
Advertisements under eight lines 4s,
We are? indebted to the Hon
Colonial Secteiary lor a ropy of
the Report on The Mite Book fur
the veil mi-' 13.
j
By advices from Governor's Har
hour, hleuihera, we learn that Mr.
Met ton Griffin, ol that place, com-
mitted suicide on Saturday last by
shooting himself with a revolvat,
The M&il Steamer Minmi, ar-
rived yesterda) from Miami with
the following passengers i
Miss R. II Lyrett. and R R,
Hull; Mesdames C.S. Root,and
Frank Johnson ; Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Tayjor, Mr. and Mrs. T. II.
Lampiacht, Mr. and Mrs. K. S.
Robbins, Mr. and Mrs VVm. L.
Koehne, Mr. and Mrs T, !'.
Hunk ; Messrs. .1. R. u'Ne il, J.
!'.. Hartner, Jas. Isbister, M.
Clark, J. I.. Webster, Thos.
Aheara.las. I). Fraser, Juliette
Unite, W'm. s. Tynder, I.. I'm-
cba. (.i\)
Mesdames Ruth Burrows,
Ada Hepburn, Laura Gray,
Ophelia Hepburn, Eliza lamie-
son, and Bella Fyfe; Messrs.
Lloyd Griffin, Sylvanus Gibson,
Samuel Mt Phee, J- re Bridge-
water, Jure Col lay, Cornelius
kCollins, James Black, Lorenzo
Fergurton, John \V. Miller,
Wilford Clark, Jas. Winter,
Thurston Pratt, Clinton Howe,
Chas. Gray, Wm. Monroe, Then.
Smith Jas. Miller', Israi I Brii e,
Frank Hill, James Fyfe,George
Manuel, and Edwin Moncur (281
The "Miami" bteamed for
Miami yesterda) afternoon.
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
arrived! yesterday from Santiago
with 26 passengers,
Misses F. V Parker and ^. C.
Willey; Mesdames Anna Brown,
and \i. E. Kilday; Mr ind Mrs G.
\Y. Allen, Mi and Mrs B. IV. Ar-
nold, Mr and Mrs Henry Brown,
Mr and Mrs E. IV. Hannaford, Mr
and Mrs \Y. J Kimball; Messrs I".
C Godd ird, A B Gilmnre, C. W.
Gorton, O. A Gorton, T. M. Ken-
dink, II. I>. Moore, James Moore
Ji A. MacGreger, .". J. McQuade,
\V. I. Ru hardson, W. I'. Ultnan,
and J. N. WillcUt. (26) and 10 in
transit for New York.
The Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
steamed foi Santiago de Cuba yes-
terday iifiernonii.
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca'1
steamed ror New York this after
noon.
BAH IMAS POLICE BAND
At S: 15 p, m.
Progiainme.
March Holymod
J/hIm Raglan
Descriptive Dinah's Jubilee
(jaVOttd lleails-easr
Medley of American "Liveners"
Serenade Anita
Vatse Passing of Salome
Two Step Those Dixie Eyes
God Save The King
Library Green, IV, Coin,
13th Match 1914. Bandmaster,
Synopses of the first class Pro-
gramme for 'he Impenal, llns eve.
ninn, follow. See advertisement,
THE CRITIC.
Heary Roberts, n theatrical critic
on an influential newspaper holds
in his power because of his position,
Helene, a beautiful actress, just
entering upon lier career. She meets
Oscar Payne.a yi ung i>et of great
promise, hut ol reticent disposition
11> reads some of lus poems only
upon the request of his mother and
Louil Miles. The latter, once I
great dramatist, hut now in re-
duced circumstances has been forced
to apply 10 Roberts for financial
aid, which is refused. Robert's
jealousy is aroused by the rising
fame of the poet, and he attacks bis
character and work through the
press. Moth men met at Helen's
apartments, by chance, and a vio-
lent quarrel is avoided by the pro-
irise of the actress to marry the
one able to write the best comedy,
corfident that Payne would be suc-
cessful. Payne soon finishes bis
cornedv and the editor of the paper
on which Roberts is -ririo highly
commends it. Roberts is unable
even to start his, and seeks the aid
of Mi es, forgetting that he is
Payne's teacher and friend, This
the old dramatist refuses to do,
and informs Payne of the plot,
this information is received at a
most opportune time, a Roberts
now thoroughly enraged determines
to ruin the career of both young
people. They devise a plan to out-
wit him. Miles gives the unsus-
pecting critic Payne's comedy,
which Robeits thinks was written
for himself. The comedy is pro-
duced, RobeitS appears before the
curtain at I be call for "Author,"
and is accepting 'he applause,
when Miles jumps on to the Stage
and denounces his deceptiou. He
is hissed off, and Payne, the real
author receives a great ovation,
81 d the hand of Ilelene.
WHEN THE PRINCE ARRIVES
May, the daughter of a fairoer in
comfortable circumstances, being
of a romantic turn of mind gives
considerable time to reading fairy
t*les. Upon the arrival of strangers
with a circus, she believes that she
has found her fairy Prince in one
of the acrobat* who in a quarrel
knocks down, and leaves for dead,
another acrobat, lie flies for refuge
Mas hides him. She neglects Joe, a
frank open heaited vouth who has
made kuown Ins love for her.
Finally she discovers that the man
she has sheltered is rfmurderer, and
a deceiver. In her distress she res-
ponds lo Joe'l honest I >ve, and
tosses a letter from her strange
pi inre into a passing si ream.
THE LOVE CHASE
Is wonderful the description is
too lengthy for us to carry in tins
issue, even in condensed fotm, but
we advise you, dont miss it.
s>


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Editor Tribune
A t iregoi \ I own Eleuth i i, on
th- .'7th I"< 111li 11\, tli- re w.is rm
light ;ii ill.- (' \ i .in. I'd lik- t.i
kn iw a li.ii ihese thing meai II
be verj glad if the Government
Would si' in li into ihis matter, and
'~-'~ i in >ve cm 'Jut careless keeper.
"1 ours truly
_________________\ CAPT AI \'.
. VBLEGH \\|S.
New Y rk,!2. -< ,r..r-e
inghouse, inventoi .if the air hrake
mi.I controllei of ihe I .r^e-- .,-.
1 !|p' of patents .>! ..I.\
111 n I here tin-, afternoon
aged
N > lork, 12, Aiiiioiincpiiie.it
was made that the wedding of
Mis Huntington am! Vincent \--
t' ""ill i ike pi ice .! th.. boon ol
; mi Straisburg, Nevv
fork, on \|p ,1 30th.
s" : mipton.ia, rive Iropera-
'"' ' New Vork lodaj on
her fn-: 1 f ,|l0 in,, ,, .,
New York.ia, |erome l/raveis.
and Frederri. k Hereslmfl sailed 1 .
'" I li"' part in the aroatem
Kolfchampionship .,1 Gieat I'.nt.im
which will he held on May 8th.
Was ling ton, 12.President \Y
> > 1 tne Alaskan ra
road bill.
London, 13.Si ntence of \
11 '. was passed t. d ij n M
Richardson the militant suStage!
who slashed the Rokeby Ver\us '
the N G illery An Tuesday.
She declares she u ill go on a biin
get ':ike.
Glasgow, 12. Militant si.iliu-
ttes 1 ion be Ion iing to th
1 1 ol Scotland. I hey al-
so si 111.N iws of a militan
re. lulling office In re.
Jaffa. 12. Two Turkish avia-
tors while flying scuilh of here to-
fsJi int.1 ihe sea. I hev were
sff iii-.ii- I am I 1 ushed t.
il, where one "f them died.
i'T*"- i -'. I wn European
I I to Ihe station of the
01 n.1 Inland Mission at Lao
II '' -rep >rted missing sini e
the tow n ked and burned by
11 brig inds yesterday.
Li m li hi, 1 j. \ se 'i el naval
li is been stolen from a
wa'rsl.ip il Sheerness and a rigid
- being made. The
Ruihorii ies fear the code book hai
1 nto the hands of spice
worl in f,-,|eign go*sinmenti
New York, 13.Commander
I Iw 11 I I- vail* who was sei. >nd in
mm nanj ..( tin- ill fated Scot! Ex-
ed here today. I Ie
I lure in the I irgi r cities >(
Aili.l I' a.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Mar. 13
SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT
5 ReelsAll having passed
the censorship
THE CRITIC
(Ambrosio) a Reel
THE LOVE CHASE.
Iv lair) 2 Reels.
WHEN THE PRINCE
ARRIVED
NOTE PRICES- od. is. ., ,.
"NEW NATIONAL" "IDEAL"
HAN)) MACHINES
NEW HOME" A "RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS.E, ALBURY..
N< 11 It It.
Gasoline
SI WiiMCH (HI COS G.'.S
OLINIi. ($i>ld in (]u :i
>.i ( hie Galli ii i ml upv. .ii ds I'oi ;
one ~lnHi !__ .i glion
I > ii'ii- a I u rent* ;
: urn
empt\.
IK- d i i i i > .. w.i\
with tin hu v i
C, i S \!'\HI KS,
\1 71". would dorm all who appreciate a Good S ke that we now
V\ have on i *nd an extensive Stock ol 11A VAN \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havai i and Sumatra
W ; rs. and Havana Killers throughout
1 e< are manufactured .in oui premises by skilled workmen
and ire taken to prmluce an article of superior quality.
I'll inve net with m the past leads us confidently to expect
the pation ige ol connoiseurs.
|. !.. S.\l M'l RS & Co.
Ha v-Street.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
FOR SALE
Ur VRPRt (BE, Bookcase, Ex-
tension Table, Oak Side,
board w ith Mirroi nttai hment in
good i ondition. Cheap for cash.
apply to Tribune (Iffice,
Gasoline
V," I \NI)\R|) Oil Cos Motoi
vTy Spirit"* >H i in quautiti. ol ^
gallons and up n II ir one shilling
per gallon III I i 11
I'>ri.i_; a \'.---rl foi small ip i'Ii
t ii--.
I )iurns m ty lie had wilI. "drum
lots,' u ijeci to retui :i wli
lv" i lie I' iftii t -i .' I I
11 7 ",. Ie io pei .-ni di--
Counl I. .-. ii, hi. i ii v,
R i ( i|n foi III.
Iticvi Ies rent) (I f"i ii w ek.
\ni.i no ii' n I I supplies
kept in stock. i'vIinder 011 mil!
\ I ':> IV,
Can ei :: ell yiiu a verv ciinve.
nient sli>ii ge drum with faucii o
kee| i oline. Come n I ei
th'-in.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMS,
,(7 Market St net. i
W. \. \. iTHK i:
UNI1I R i KVLV.U
DESIRES In i m|, .rm his f
anil I ' Public thai I e
j.i-1 n iiuifil "I
lit ies f... ihe Inn in -ss < an i
dei t >ker, \\ Licit plnci i i
p..-Ii..... to carrv out I uiei
i i \ ie entrusted i i his care
-\ -tern and de li ; anil es| -." i
i \ si i 11 pitron.ige del
m> pi ires li -i i ,,,. 11111 they
,.ii- the vi-i v low i -' eUss
I .
Shingle
s
f3esl No. i Heart sin. C\ pi
Shingles al i per ihou-
ikI -il 2 ) bundles
i )icounts .ni l< ' of .
iglo.
Special Price
alst11hi cheaper grncli al-<>
jin. Cypress al thin.- in i of 2o bundles. I
; i ibli by a very
i ge purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nl 11 h I-..
rill-- is to inform my Patrons
..n ie Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Itlack Smith Shop; and am now
iea 1 , :n i.i i epair oi new work Hoi e
Shoeing specially. All work done
I. .......a 11V.
p A. n.ivin,
l'.;i\ >tr<-< t East (Wharf
RFMKMBKR!
No home w.nr <-n be com
plele Without "Music"
Wl- an- nUerinR a line of High
Grade Pianos, Pi ivei Pi.
*, Piano I. gans, ami I'
( hgnns suitable ( ir evei y li
Co el and see oui laiesl catal
and ;.-t US Sei d I III II n-
menls diieel li m lacti-. to voui
home ("i 3 -I ys Irial, Absol n i
FREE For nskmg.Chuose h>i your
i f.Ou in ' urn.-it- and terms ie
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