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The Case of Jones.
The following poem written many
years ago by sydney Lanier is especial
ly timely now, when the reduction of
the cotton aereage is attracting so
That air same Jones which lived in
He had this pint about him;
He'd swear with a hundred sighs and
That farmers must stop gettin' loans,
And get along without 'em.
That bankers, warehousemen and sich
Was fatt'nin' on the planter,
And Tennessy was rotton-rich
A-raisin' meat and corn, all which
Draw'd money to Atlanter.
And the only thing 'says Jones) to dc
Is, eat no meat that's boughten;
But tear up every I 0 U,
And plant all corn and swear for true
To quit a-raisin' cotton!
Thus spouted Jones (whar folks could
At court and other gatherin's,)
And thas kev' spoutin' many a year,
Proelaimin' loudly far and near
Sich fiddlesticks and blatherin's.
But, one all-fired sweaten' day,
It happened I was hoein'
My lower sorn-field, which it lay
'Longside the road that runs my way
Whar I can see what's goin'.
And after twelve o'elock had come
I felt a kinder faggin'.
And laid un'neath a plum
To let my dinner settle sum,
When long come Jones' waggin.
And Jones was settin' in it, so;
A readin' of a paper,
His mules was goin' powerful slow
For he had tied the lines onto
The staple of the scraper.
The mules they stopped about a rod
From me, and weat to feedin'
'Longside the road upon the sod,
But Jones (when he had took a nod)
Not knowin', kept a readin'.
And presently says he: "Hit's true;
That Clisby's head is level,
Thar's one thing farmers all must do
To keep themselves from goin' tew
Bankruptcy and the devil!
"More corn! more corn! must plan
And musn't eat what's boughten;
This year they'll do it;reasonin'sound
(And cotton will fetch 'bout a dollar i
Tharfore, I'll plant all cotton."
Trackers and Gardeners Should Plani
Largely of Early Peas.
The severe weather which we
have experienced during Feb
ruary, and which has extendai
far down into Florida, is going tc
make a considerable shortage it
early green vegetables, and or
this account our markets will be
very bare of green vegetables un
til late. in the season. Indicationi
are that the earliest crops .:i greet
vegetables will sell at good prices
both in home markets and in the
large cities North.
The. opportunity presented t<
our Southern truckers and gar
deners, to make money out of peai
and other early truck crops 1i
one that they should not fail t<
take advantage of. Early pea:
-are one of the first crops to comi
~in and can be safely planted jus
as soon as the ground can bi
A Chicago Alderman Owe. Is Elec
tion to Chamberlain's Cough
"I can heartily and conscientiousi'
recommnend Chamberlain's C o u g I
Remedy for aff'ections of the throw
and lungs." says Hon. John Shenick
220 So. Peoria St., Chicago. "Tw
years ago during a political camnpaign
I caught cold after being overheated
which irritated my throat and I wa
finally compelled to stop, as I coult
not speak aloud. In my extremity;
friend advised me to use Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. I took two doses tha
afternoon and bould not belie":e m;
senses when I found the next inornini
the inflammation had largely subsided
I took several doses that day, kep
right on talking through the campaign
and I thank this medicine that I woi
my seat in the Council." This reined,
is for sale by Obear Drug Co.
The Woman's Part.
To sacrifice her dearest wish
Oft for another's need;
To find a path through darkes
Another's steps to lead.
To crush hier sorrows to he
That she may soothe another'i
And smile against her fears;
To toil for those she loves the
With~ - icomplaining heart;
To find no need of love toi
This is the woman's part.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this time if neglected i
liable to cause pneumonia which is si
often fatal, and even when the patien
has recovered the lungs are weakened
making them peculiarly susceptible t<
the devlopment of consumption. Fc
ley's Honey and Tar will stop the
cough, heal and strengthen the lung
and prevent pneumonia. La gripp
coughs yield quickly to the wonderfu
curative quaities of Foley's HIone3
and Tar. There is nothing else "jus
as good." Sold by McMaster Co.
Most men dislike to visit theil
relatives almost as much as their
relatives dislike to have them dc
For Coughs-at your druggists or
direct from Murray Drug Co., Colum
bia, S. C.-"Murray's Horelound,
Mullein & Tar." 25ec. for large size
Senator Tillman is a hardy
fighter who may be expected to
g've even a grip bacillus a good
to A B T O __ Z A.
- t _ - The Kfined VY.u Hlai Alwrays Danq
Quickly Changed His Mind.
A tramp, dirty and ragged to Js
the last degree, called at a house
on the door of which was a y
doctor's sign. A large, rather
masculine looking woman opened
"Scuse me, lady," said the
tramp, "but I jist called to ask if
the doctor had any old clothes
he'd let me have. You see, I'm I
kind o'bad off fer all kind o' clothes
an' I'd be much obleeged fer any
thing the doctor could let me
have, an' I ain't pertickler as to
The woman smiled and made
"I am the doctor!"
"Sufferin' Moses!" ejaculated
the tramp, as he made a bee line
for the gate.-Lippincott's Maga
Foley's Honey and Tar
Cures coughs and colds.
Cures bronchitis and asthma.
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial trou
Cures pneumonia and la grippe.
Sold by McMastcr Co.
In an essay on breath a school
"Breath is made of air. We
breathe always with our lungs,
except at night, when our breath
keeps life going through our
noses while we are asleep. If it
wasn't for our breath, we should
die whenever we slept. Boys
that stay in a room all day should
not breathe; they should wait till
they get outdoors. For a lot of
boys staying in a room make car
bonicide. And carbonicide is
more poisonous than mad dogs,
though not just in the same way.
It does not bite, but that's no
matter as long as it kills you."
Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.
Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at Cha
pinville, Conn., says: "Chamberlain's
tPain Balm is the champion of all lini
ments. The past year I was troubled
a great deal with rheumatism in my
shoulder. After trying several cures
the storekeeper here recommended this
remedy and it completely cured me."
There is no use of anyone suffering
from that painful ailment when this
liniment can be obtained for a small
sum. One application gives prompt
I .elief and its continued use for a short
time will produce a permanent cure.
For sale by Obear Drug Co.
Governor Chas B. Aycock, of
North Carolina, electrifies the
Southern Educational Associa
tion by a plea for "universal
education." in proof of its need
he says that '-no man can go
throughout the country and lay
his hand on the head of any
single child and say that there is
a Lamar, here is a Vance, or a
Vest, or a Hill, or a Hampton or
a Beck." The joke of it is that
those men of the South's great
past were not victims of "univer
sal education."-Southern Farm
Raw or Inflamed Lungs
yield rapidly to the wonderful aurae
and healing qualities of Foley's Honey1
anid Tar. It prevents pneumioniP. and
consumption from a hard cold settled
on the lungs, "My daughter had a
terrible cough which settled on her
lungs," says N. Jackson, of Danville,
Ill. "We tried a great many remedies
without relief, until we gave her Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, which cured her.
Sold by McMaster Co.
tOn the triple doorway of a
great cathedral in Milan, Italy,
there are three inscriptions
spanning the archway. Over one
is carved a beautiful wreath of
roses, and underneath are the
words: "All that which pleases
is but for a moment." Over
another is sculptured a crcss,
upon which we read: "All that
which troubles is but for a
moment." But underneath the
great central entrance of the main
aisle is the inscription: ''That
oly is important which is eter
.To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIV-E D~M() QUI
N INE Tablets. A U ai.s~ts refund
the money if it fails io e'ire.
SE. W. Grove's signa t,& i. on each
box. 25c. _ _ _ _ _
Considering the performance
within our halls of legislation, we
believe that the fatct thaLt the
dome is still there is more con
vincing of its stability than any
thing its architect is likely to say
in defence of its safety.-News
A Severe Cold for Three tionths.
The following letter from A. J. Nuis
baum, of Batesville, Ind., tells its own
story: "I suffered for three months
with a severe coldl. A druggist pre
Spared me some medicine, and a p)hysi
cian prescribed for me, yet I did not
improve. I then tried Foley's Honey
and Tar, and eight doses cured me."
Refuse substitutes. Sold by McMaster
If anybody picks up a stray
gunboat in the Atlantic ocean, he 1
should return it to the Unitedc
States Navy Dcpartment, whicht
has lost the Newport and doesn't's
know where to find it.-Evening '
CASTOR IA ~
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought s
So Was I.
ick, I hear you have gone and done
Yes, I know; most fellows will;
rent and tried it once myself, sir,
Though you see I'm single still.
nd you met her-did you tell me?
Down at Brighton last July,
.nd resolved to ask the question
At a soiree? So did I.
suppose you left the ballroom,
With its music and its light;
or they say love's flame is brightest
In the darkness of the night.
Veil, we walked along together,
Overhead the starlit sky;
tnd I'll bet-old man confess it
You were frightened. So was I.
>o you strolled along the terrace,
Saw the summer moonlight pour
Ul its radiance on the waters
As they rippled on the shore,
L'ill at length you gathered courage,
When you saw that none were nigh
)id you draw her close and tell her
That you loved her? So did I.
Vell, I needn't ask you further,
And I'm sure I wish you joy;
Mhink I'll wander down and see you
When you're marrid-eh, my boy?
hen the honeymoon is over,
And you're settled down, we will
Vhat the deuce you say? Rejected?
You rejected? So was I.
For an Impaired Appetite.
Loss of appetite always results from
aulty digestion. All that is needed is
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They will invigo
-ate the stomach, strengthen the diges
ion and give you an appetite like a
,volf. These Tablets also act as a gen
le laxative. For sale by Obear Drug
Cattle and Poultry Farm.
Preparations are being mady
'or the establishment of a $50,000
-ttle and - poultry farm about
;en miles from Columbia in the
ower part of Richland county.
This is to be established by
1 r. H. A. Mortimer, a prominent
,apitalist of Baltimore, Md, and
t is understood that he will also
have as his associates a prom
inent poultry dealer of Savannah,
Ga. All deals for the land have
been closed and it is expected
-hat the work on the houses and
fencing will commence at once
and the everything will be ready
for business by the early spring.
The poultry business will be
:onducted as a side line and the
ictual money maker will be the
attle business.-Columbia Re
btrikes hidden Rocks.
When your ship of healtb
3trikes the hidden rocks of Con.
3umption, Pneumonia, etc., you
re lost, if you don't get helF
from Dr. King's New Discovery
or Consumption. J. W. McKin
aon, of Talladega Springs, Ala,
writes: "I had been very ill witil
Pneumonia, under the care o:
bwo doctors, but was getting nc
better when I began to take Dr.
King's New Discovery. The firsi
:lose gave relief, and one bottle
sured me." Sure cure for sore
bhroat, bronchitis, coughs and
colds. Guaranteed at McMastel
o.'s, Obear Drug Co.'s and
John H. McMaster & Co.'s dra~
stores; price 50c. and $L.03. Tria.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
but never follows the use of Foley':
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
eals and strengthens the lungs and
affords perfect security from an attacil
>f pneumonia. Refuse substitutes
Sol by McMaster Co.
Nodd--"Isu't Burnside living
with his wife?"
Todd-" Why I think so. I saw
iim at the club the ocher
uight as usual."
A flower in the sick room ii
better than a bouquet on the
The Colonel's Waterloo.
Colonel John M. Fuller, of
Honey Grove, Texas, nearly mel
bis Waterloo, from Liver and
Kidney trouble. In a recent let
er, he says: "I was nearly dead
of these complaints, and, althougi
I tried my family doctor, he did
me no good, so 1 got a 50c. bottle
of your great Electric Bitters
which cured meo. I consider then
the best medicine on earth. and
thank God who gave you the
knowledge to make them." Sold
and guarantee~d to cure. Dyspep
ia, Biliousne-s and Kidney Dis
ease, by McMlaster Co., Obeal
Drug Co. and John H. McMaste,
& Co., druggists, at 50c. a bottle,
Make your druggist give you Mur
ra's Horehound, Mullein and Tar.
~ires your oo)ughI. 25e. a bottle.
Mother-Why did you let him
Mabel-I couldn't help it,
[ told him to stop.
Mable-Yes; every time.
It would have been incredible
>rutalitv if Chias. F. Lemberger,
>f Syracuse, N. Y., had not done
he best he could for his suffering
on. "My boy," he says cut a
earful gash over his ey e, so I
pplied Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
iich qJuickly healed it and saved
is eye." Good for burns and
lers too. Only 25c. at McMas
er Co.'s, Obear Drug Co.'s and
on H. McMaster & Co.'s drug
Take Murray's Horehound, Muilein
ad Tar and stop) coughing. 2.5c. for
rge bottle. Your druggist or Murray
Impoverished soil, like impov- I o
erished blood, needs a proper Y0
fertilizer. A chemist by analyz- -
ing the soil can tell you what hr
feTtilizer to use for different te
If your blood is impoverished su
your doctor will tell you what no
you need to fertilize it and give iO0
it the rich, red corpuscles that 10
are lacking in it. It may be you
need a tonic, but more likely you
need a concentrated fat food, Hl
and fat is the element lacking
in your system.
There is no fat food that is Ca
so easily digested and assimi- R<
lated as H
of Cod Liver OilJ3<
It will nourish and strengthen B,,
the body when milk and cream c
fail to do it. Scott's Emulsion"
is always the same; always
palatable and always -beneficial
where the body is wasting from 's
any cause, either in children
We will send you a sample free.
Be sure that this pic
ture in the form of a
label is on the wrapper
of every bottle of Emul- r
sion you buy.
50c. and $1.00. i5
Death of Mr. U. C. Trapp' F
Mr. U. C. Trapp died at his
residence in Nortn Columbia at
4 o'clock yesterday morning.
Death was due to an attack of
pneumonia, from which he had
been ill about 10 days.
Mr. Trapp was 77 years of age.
He was born in the Horeb neigh
borhood, in Fairfield county,
where he lived until his removal
to Columbia a few years ago. He
is survived by four children, Miss -
Rebecca, Miss Challie and
Marion B. Trapp of this city and
H. B. Trapp, who resides at the
old home in Fairfield county.
His sister, Mrs. Caroline Lykes'
of Mill Creek, and a brother,
William H. Trapp, also survive
IMr. Trap p was a life-long'
member of the Baptist church.
During the War Between the
Sections Mr. Trapp was a gallant
soldier. He belonged to the
Sixth South Carolina cavalry, and
was a member of the company
commanded by the late Capt.
John Meighan. He was con
spicuous for his gallantry in the!
fight at Frederick City, Mary-,
land. The members of Camp
Hampton, of which he was a
member, are requested to assem
ble at the residence at 10 o'clock
this morning to accompany the
body to the union station. The
funeral will be held at the resid
ence at 10 30 o'clock, and the
interment will be made in the
family graveyard in Fairfield
county. The body will be carried -
to Bookmans on the Greenville
train at- 11.45 this morning.
The State Feb 23.
Statistics show startling mor
tality, from appendicitis and peri
tonitis. To prevent and cure
these awful diseases, there is just gi
one reliable remedy, Dr. King's
New Life Pills. M. Flannery, of' n
14 Custom House Place, Chicago,I
says: "They have no equal for t
Constipation and Biliousness."
25c at McMaster Co.'s,0bear Drug
Co.'s and John H. McMaster &
There's so much bad in the best
of us, ti
And so much good in the worst
of us, th
That it scarcely behooves any
To talk about the rest of us. ce
-Robert Louis Stevenson. bo
If it is a bilious attack take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and a quick cure is certain. For sale -
by Obear Drug Co.
"Is her husband such an awful
"Absolutely. She says she can- :
not even believe what he says in 1
his sieep."-Brooklyn Life. nfl
Has Stood the Test 25 Years. to
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless be
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a
tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c.
Said the shoe to the stocking:
"I'll s ear a hole in you." f
Said the stocking to the shoe:
"I'll be darned if you do."
For Coughs-Murray's Horehound,
ll look as good as new if you
[1 have it cleaned and pressed.
m prepared to do the work for
u at the most reasonable prices
d I guarantee satisfaction. By
ving your suit cleaned and
-ssed it will look ever so much
tter all the while and will last
much longer. If you have not
an in the habit of having your
it kept in good order, begin it
w and see how much satisfact
i there will be in the improved4
)ks of the suit and in its longer
ar. Give me a trial.
tf. W. Bose Durham.
il GRADE CUT FLOWERS
GROWN BY US.
rnations ...........75c. to $1.00 per dozen
ses (fine greenhouse)....
$2.00 to $3.50 per dozen
50c. to 75c. per dozen
Lrcissus, Paper White. ...75c. per dozen
ly of Valley....$1.90 to $1.50 per dozen
xes of Pretty Mixed Flowers....
$1.00 to $5.00
,skets of Pretty Mixed Flowers....
$1.50 to $10.00
)nly the finest up-to-date varieties
UR CUSTOMERS GET THE BEST
'tistic Bouquets for all urposes...
$1.00 to $10.00
'YLISH HOME AND CHURCH
We make a specialty of
Fine Wedding Work.
Wreaths, Crosses, Anchors, &c.,
[n ordering Bouquets or Designs
ve us an idea of what you want and
ice, and we will please you. Cut
owers, Plants, Bulbs and Seed
RITE for PRICE LIST of SEEDS
IO8E HILL GREENHOUSES
17 Main Street, COLJMBIA, S. C.
DR SALE-100 bushels of Flor
odora Cotton Seed at 50 cents
per bushel. Also 100 bushels
of Albemarle Prolific Corn, at
$1.50 per bushel, an abundant
yielder, producing two to five
ears to the stalk; stands thick
planting and is the very best
variety for shredding. Prices
for each f, o. b. cars, Coronaca.
Apply at The News and Herald
office or write to J. D. Fooshe,
Coronaca, S. C. 2-22tf
are specially grown for seed pur
poses, and are very much superior
to ordinary potatoes. We carry the
largest stock in the South, and
can supply large buyers to the
ver best advantage, both as re
grs quality and prnce. '
Wood's Twenty-fifty An
versary Seed Book, which is
mailed free on request, tells all
about the beat new and standard
varieties of Potatoes, as well as
about all (Garden and Farm.
Seeds. Write for Seed Book and
special price list of farm seeds.
T.W.Wood & Son, Seedsmn,
RICH MOND, - INRGIIIA.
GRAND PRIZE - ST. LOUIS, 1904.
GOLD MEDAL - PARIS, 1900.
,usiness Education Pays
We offer best terms. Satisfaction
aranteed. Course of study the most
'actical. No Business College offers
tter advantages. Our graduates are
demand. Hundreds are in.positions;
can assist you. Write for informa
ACFEAT'S SOUTH CAROLINA
-7tf Columbia, S. C.
floney to Loan.
[ have made arrangements to nego
te loans on first mortgages of real
ate in this county in sums of not
i than $300, and payable in not less
an five years.
he rate of interest is eight per cent.
sums under $1,000, and seven p r
it. on sums of that amount or over.
>o commissions are charged. The
rrower pajs for abstract and ex
J E McDONALD,
Notice is hereby given that
oks of municipal registration
the town of Winnsboro are
w open at my office for the
~istration of all persons in said
wn who are entitled by law to
H. E. KETCHIN,
Supervisor of Registration.
has stood the test 25 yerr
bottles. Does this record 4
The largest t1umber of eithe
City of Columbia can be seen
get our prices will convinc
cheaper than you can buy els
JNO. W. CONDER, Se
1115 Pliai Street, - - -
Have Your HOMEGR(
Cabbage Plants, Al
Prices: 1000 @ $1.50; 5000 @ $1.25 per
Shipped C. 0. D. if desired. Plant
Office in good co:
WRITE FOR MERCHAN
Cabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes and
fot shipment of Tomato Plants, Sea Isl;
Potato Draws should be booked in advi
Jas. Ray Geraty, Et
Express Office: Young's
Cabbage Plants for sale, and now ready for
field" and "Charleston Large Type Wakefi
rieties and head in rotation as naimed." "S
and "Short Stem Flat Dutch," the 3 best fiat
tion as named. Prices: Single thousand, $1.t
10,000 and over, $1 per 1000. Terms: Cash w
purchaser paying return charges on money.
South Carolina Sea Coast. and we understane
tough and hardy; they will stand severe colk
for shipment weigh 20 lbs. per 1000 and we hi
transportation by Southern Express Co. I I
cheaper than mine. I sell good plants. No
from my farm. I guarantee those that I shij
grown from high grade seeds purchased fror
houses in the United States. I will refund p
customer at end of season.
Our cotton Seed. Lint of our Long Staph
this year in Charleston, on Dec. 2, at 32c. per
of 10 bu. and over, $1 per bushel.
My specialty: Prompt Shipment, True Var
hhve been in the plant business for thirty-fiv
"fhe Cabbage Plant Man,"
Wm. C. GERATY,
THE SOUTH'S GREATEST S1
THROUGH PULLMAN SLEE
Winter Tourist Rates ai
For full information as to:
sult nearest Southern Railwa3
Division Passenger Ag<
We have been in the truck business stro
since 1871 and are again prepared toro
fill any and all orders for early and b
late varieties of Cabbage Plants. They stan
are best known to experienced truckers, jury
are grown in open air near salt watef IJarI
and will stand severe cold without in
jPrire $1.50 per 1000, F 0 B here. WVe vari
make special prices on larger lots and Hen
All plants packed in light baskets larg
and shipped C 0 D when mo::ey does gust
not accompa' y orders. We guarantee typt
satisfaction. Address all orders to ac
D. H. TOWLES & SON,
Meggetts, S. C., per
or or o
TOWLES & ARNETT, Ibe:
1-18.3m Green Pond, S. C.
All parties are hereby warned
not to hire my son, President Go- -"
ings, or to give him employment1
in any manner, as he is under age
and has left my home without my
consent. Parties disregarding this 1'
notice will be dealt with to the the
full extent of the law. .in tl
4t Wright Goings. dept
Executor's Notice. cn
All pesn holding claims against T
the estate of Mrs. S. A. Boylston, de- an
ceased, are hereby notified to p)resenit futu]
the same, duly verified, to my attor- Ce
neys, A. iS. & W. D. Douglass, Winns
boo .C,and toeindete tosad Fl
SAML. S. BOYLSTrON, |
2-22-3t Executor. I
i Tasteless Chili 1
i. Average Annual Sales over C
fmeritqapeal toyou? No C
beds Is a Tan Cuenakage of Gravw4sRisek R
r to be found in the
at r places. To
e yo that we sell
c. and Treas.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
1000; 10,000 @ $1 per 1000.
3 arrive at your Express
L'urnips in Season. Orders
ind Cotton Seed- and Sweet
iterprise, S. C.
Island, S. C.
delivery. "Early Jersey Wake
Id," two earliest sharphead va
uccession," "Augusta Trucker"
-head varieties and bead in rota
0; 5,000 and over, $1.25 per 1000;
th order; or, plants sent C. O. D.,
Our plant beds occupy 35 acres on
t growing them in the open air;
without injury. Plants crated
wve special low rates for prompt
:now other plants you can buy
cheap "cut r'te" plants shipped
to be true to type and name, and
i two of the most reliable seed
irchase price to any dissatisfied
variety of Sea Island Cotton sold
pound. Seed, $1.25 per bu.; lota
eties, and Satisfied Customers. I
Post and Telegraph Offee,
Young's Island, S. C.
PING CARS ON ALL
>n all LOCAL TRAINS
-e now in effect to ali
rates, routes, etc., con
Ticket Agent, or -
~nt, Charleston, S. C.
From the Best Tested Seeds.
ow ready for shipment, large,.
ng, healthy, these plants are
vn in the open air and will
d severe freez3 without in
.Early Jersey Wakefield,
;e Type or Charles.ton Wake
,which are the best known
sties of early cabbages, also
derson's Succession, the best
3, late and sure header, Au
a Early Trucker, also a fine
iof late variety. Neatly
:ed in light baskets. $1.50
thousand; for five thousand
ver, $1.25 per thousand, f. o.
>ecial prices made on large
CHAS. M. GIBSON,
Youngs Island, S. C.
ILL BE CONTINUED IN
uture the same as in the past
~e old establishment in all its
,rtments with a full stock of
ets, Burial Cases and Coffins
tantly on hand, and use of
se when requested.
tankful for past patronage
solicitous for a share in therw~
-e, in the old stand.
as attended to at all hours.
E ELOTf GIN SHOP.
J. 11. ELLIOTT & CO.
ine and a HaIf Milfln
ire, No Pay. 50c.
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