Purdie parents 50th anniv.
from cattle. goods. dress currant this in town ill Donglas yesterday He came yesterday iffairs pending the arrival of the daughter. A Golden UÂ«JiUns. Our worthy townsman, George Purdie, tas received a communication from the lome of his childhood in Scotland, giv- ug an account of the golden wedding of his venerable father and mother at ho old homestead. Of the three sons and four daughters that compose the amily, George was the only one absent. Though absent he was not forgotten; hat one vacant chair was given the f honor at the family table, and from me and all went up a silent prayer behalf of the absent son and brother. Could the JOUEMAL speak to that veuer- bl o Scottish father and mother it leem it H pleasure to inform them that heir absent son George is a gentleman if whom they may well be proud, and among the best and most respected citizens of the community in which he ives. Protect tbc Our markets were well supplied with his T. He a