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qUARsu. I mo. 2 mno. mo 6mI y
1 square S 3 75 $ fI 50 $ 7 60U$12S2)0
2Sequalrs 7 50 12 00 15 00 22 3I
3 square In00 1500 22j0l 331 42
4 mqgloree 15000 2100 30)00 451 35
6sq,,arfe 18 00 28 00 3700 !11; fit;
i squar~e :.2 00 33 00( 45 1i 101 70
7 sqarel' 26 0'1 .I n0 6b'2 : 73' 88
8 sqq-trem 30 00 450!Y) 6i0 (10 90 lo0
10 qaresa 3701) 5'i 00 751('011 I2 125
rlTlqure 56 00 84 00 100(10 125 175
Isiquareis 7500 112 00 125 00 175 275
Transient Advertisementes $1 50 per
square, first itPsertion; each subslequent in
One slli:l onititutes a PJUARnE.
Republican erish Executive
Hon. Davil Young. , Prelident.
Isadore Lnmle. Secretary.
Fred. Bizzell, A. Tolliver.
Thi.' W'e,Lb .1ake .io.tn .
C: lemnian lwell, L.,ui.. ,lnt'lhett.
Roht. Waters, Leryv Jaekion,
ihtol. Norton, E. W. W ill,
Nonla (Or.ahwm, T'lom iingleton,
Ilorne, B ell, W in. utler,
IH, i Warner, C(la .oinei.,
Welliniton hurnse, Ned Iaiidill,
Gu.. Davis, helnrv Watkiln,
Jerry Whituey Aaron .Johisoln,
Loc. tl Items ,.
The river is still falling at
Parish Court will meet the
19th of this month.
The Police Jury meets the
2d of April.
We are pleased to note that
several of our citizens are fixing
the sidewalks around heir
Money advanced on knives
r.-gs, iron, and old stoves by
Mr. Peter Tatn m has
been appointed by Sheriff
Young Constable for the town.
No better selection could have
been made, for with "Pete"
below, and Young above. the
town will be well guarded.
Sheriff Young is receiving
much praise for his efforti to
restore good order in Vid ilial,
and if we can jlldge from a:p
parent results he is succeeding
Ilis last raid was upon several
girls, who it. appellrs I,y tilh:
testimony before the M iyor's
court, have been in the hablit ,of
violating the towvn ()rdilianice,
especialy at night. The tres
passers were let off bly paying
$4 00 each, sinwce which we have
not seen a girl in the streets at
Thou ands of wolves are killed
every winter in the great basin
of the Yellowstome, there beiing
a ready cash market bor the
robes at all the frontier trading
posts. Many "w'' olfers" realize
$300 a month during the "wol
The Arab foot is proverbial
for its high arch; "a stream
can run under the hollow of it."
The loot of the Scotch is targe
and thick; that of the Irish flat
and square ; the English short
and fleshy, but undltIIbtedly
well-shapedl .nd proportioned.
Mir. Cairplenter is said to have
earnedl his moniey, amd his five
thousand dollar effort wavs sat
isfactory. D)avid I)udley (lid
not a!ipreciate the situation;
he alpleared to work as if en
gaged iu an assault and battery
One Newton F. Davis claim
ing to be Sherif f f amiuilton
County, Texas, who was here a
few da.ys ago. has coume to grief
in New Orleans, where it ap
pears he is lying in jail charged
with getting L-oney under talse
pretenoes &c., Our citizens
will remember him as the man
who sobitterly denounced the
olored oticials of this Parish
for wearing good clothes and
A vigilance committee is en
gaged in regulat'ng the morls
of qrawford county, Indiana.
Last week two 'itizens who had
made themselves respectively
obnoxious by reason of their
lascivious and indolent habits
were taken from their beds and
severely beaten. One of the
victims is in adangerous cond i
There's a queer case of twins
reported at Ackley, Iowa:
While one of these twins was
Sborn on tihe 15th of oDecember,
1876, the other postponed his
appearance until the let of Feb
ruary, 1877. It is a boma fide
case, and the doctors of the
town are nearly insane over it.
The year 1876 will be memor
able as the most remarkable in
the history of the sugar trade.
Good refining Cuba declined to
74 rents, the lowest figure since
1848. and rose afterward to the
highest price attained in many
Minnesota ftarmers are ad
vised to plant peas instead ot
wheat the coining season.
Grawsshoppers, it is afiirmed,will
not disturb pea-vines.
Fifty vessels were built on
the Pacific coast last year at a
total cost of $1,021,100"
Factions of the Lutheran
Church, in Chillicothe. bad a
haml-to-hand fight in a prayer
The largest and earliest ice
crop ever known has now been
YVd..aw Poit Of)ice
CONcoRDIA P'AIMIH, IrUtIIrANA.
Li~t of letters remainint in the Post t O)lee
niealled for, for the runIath erldilllg Februairy
Adanms, Tl'os. F. Jackson, Henry
l4od. W . A. P , k is. tlr',o
Hrnwn, 4r enan Iala,.usu.. , .s
r'roial , I'.. tri.k 1 so..n- ..a. . k
aa. gh.tn.a Jloiht tiaot. Nut t
1)a h an.42, 4uage Simuna, Emanuel
Hill, J. C. l'irihh W . B.
Ilorum, Mis Matte Miurshall, 3Mr.C'har:ty
Ila1ia, ,4 a's. \ n hlati ' h a,- ps, n.Mtia Isabel
G jillin, Mrs EI,.tabth I hai .pson, trs. Sarah
,.uh nnn, .lires fa'.lnnie Wt"ills Its, Li nlaw
Jatune , liI s M t'in . %Jrilht. ArCll'le it
Pi.rti*., ca4 2 ig or sahoe letters .ill $a}
advertised, gis ug ute, &'e.
I 11 St 114 . V '
NEW ADV E 'TISE11ENTh.
AAJJALE OF LAN.D. .
Writ of Fieri 1,cias.
State ft L.ouIsiI. ns. I'ariOh lof Concordia. I
Chas. E Alter,
va. No. .ii6
I1. A. MA caelle. .sals.
By v.Lrtue ot and t. satisay a writ of
ierl facia,. to Ie directed, is-i"ed T t o'
sa(l Dis-1 ridt (;ogrt, il. the a iv .Plti , I
ii Mai i d.. Arnie di. t.le,wi e oI VIhlPev
lt i. 1lIc. de , a-ed, J ,ms A. 4,-'Fa h '
VoIne' M,,tialf;,, A .,.ha '4 A ,hrat:..
,.indreav W. Metecale, &;4al *i'laida
'mae \letehit. are defeadsnt..
I. J.oin Yaunig, .'ser:f f a .;d parlitar, halvP
e.,zed lpln: aid wit! ,ffer a' Nf'Writla
.ale, h.,iw.,Pi, tihe hlurs pre-crrilaed by law,
I tI.e I ourt Ill,.ise daar. in the L(Win oI
Saturday, the 7th dlay of April
the following deulsrri d propry, to-wit,
1-t. A ca rta..n Itract a,, and2, W41lated
Ia g an, bhlig in the pari h ,, C(. eoardia,
in tia State, o o.r t I-r na- ravt, nr, bilr
lt who eati t V ulan N,. 3i1. 44 tTi
N. 9, of rang, No. U l, v -t ; ao it -ii( eib
iof 0i. ran ,e ,Na. h ,, * . 1r. 1i 44ll' 4r ' ' al
1100 4,-ra, bang tie -,iap iin:i-r(te b
u -.aid im ?tg?,ir4rs fraii Ifta, a.d Vla. at v
M.et-al, d.ec'-ased, w ea hl a2q nia- . ,
same y pirch a, e Irtin J . 'r Oll in IJrd
i cl pa;ss-ed on the 15h a.. ])-a-e, i.jr.
1t46, 2aatte G. (. 11odV'hoter, Parish
J.idt "nd eX-ill3i'O Natary | Ibt2e II sald
lor a aid lP,.rn.h or,~ 444 O . n CorIai d .t
2d And thp l ihiwing I.rnds enterid by
Ih,' late V.oi nu.;, MIecICtt, viZ, \Veat l1at a,
finrtlh we.-t natrler s lld w st half 3If" soth
we-t qaiarier, 5.I'ction nieteil, 2(4own4-| i
nOine ranire 14ill4. as per c,'4tihit , N...
8ti75, (0o:IIi.ning 1b9 6.-100 acres, east
hal4 o0 south west auaArter. frictil-l
qUallrsa, sect1on2 Iweaty--turt, tOwnll i(p 4 ne
r.a' Ilille cast, iper tertIStlatie No 8t74a
c I.tinllng 467 a'res; west halt of to all
razg Ine, pter certiliactle 8t9,. COlnatuS.lg
7J sad 41-100 acres; eass hlst of ilnrt
ePa.t qU-rter lzsactiOl it, ioX l-inp 'i(ar,
t rtange l4i1e, per ceititicle 8948, c'I
ta n aii._ 79 4lnJ 3( 100 acres, C ai'nI,4I1il4g 1in
th , O2 0- a2i0uou. IIiatnleel hun-.rod acres,
ai'd forming what is known as the Roat
Qufta 1 4tat0ion.
1 eruns o Sale--Cash-At the first
offi r.ng lir whit the same wi;, bhrtn.
She .,~ offia e, Mcch 31, A: D. Il 77.
JOliN YOUNG, S.heratf.
Per A. J. Custz, Deptuy serit.
State of Louisijana, 'Parish of Concordia.
TI'HIarTzia D1sT5R COURT.
Application for Mk,nitlon.
W HERIEAS at a tax sale made by
'I'homas lieber. Tal'x Collector for
the Pariah of Concordia. the f,ll,win
described properly, mitIIated is said perish,
to wit . A certainii lant ,aion, known as
"'i'ekos P'lanttion." cot;oininl ten
thousand live hundred altsl peventy arces
of land, more or hles. bomwded north by
lands of the state of Fred Stanton . s,Nlth
by ktnds of Mlre. Iluldah L. St:ntor,; east
ty wild Ian is unk w.)w anti west by lanlds
oI Henry Bier, comiposed of all of sections
fitteen and twuinty.two (1i and 22) nnrth
half of secti,, twenty-one (21.) northl
half of section twelnty-thtree (23,) souat
half of section sixieen : 4), and all th ii
part of ihb irtih east quartler of sectionl
sixtleen (6) IIHt lies soihi oif the " l)ov
tRoad," east nalf of s,ath east quarter,
north west quaroar of south west quarter,
sout'i half of north we-i quarter, and I:orth
esst quarter of Iortlhwest quagrter of a ctlol I
tourteen (14), all in t.wcshdlp eight (8),
north range eight (8) enut, in land diettl ct
iurt, l Re Red iver. wai , on Saturday,
imie 4th day of l)e,emhber. 18 87, to pay the
taxes, penaltls 4, 'l c,.; ,li .e thelreon, and
due tby Sinllth & Dlnilnrg, sbietnteet'
struck off anu atdjudicated cy said Cullectos
to lraac Lowenbturg, at tiue price of one
thousand two hundred and fillty and 72 10l
dolla a for the whole, and whereas t,,e sald
Isaac Lowenburg, purc'has er, as more fully
shown by reference to slh 'tax Collecror's
Deed of Sale, in Nt,:rial and Deed B'uk
" P," pages 478 aind 479 in the Recorde.r's
office of iaid I'arisei, halvng filed in th ,
ofi,'e of the ( hirk of tilt District Cou tit
at Vidalia, Loultsiinat, his petition fir a
inoiltion and corfitrtmtion of said sale,
-etllllg forth that tIe plrice has been pif, /'
alid all legal tIrnltilres colmplied with I
and that the land is well worth the price
oaid, as aforesaid.
Now,therefore, in the name of the State
of Loisiana, I grant and tanue tllis molli
tion, hereby callinl on all persons. whoi
,an set tip any right to the property, In rcni
ie'quenc. of tnfortnihty in the proceedings
ilder which the ral' was made, or ally i.t
regtular.ty or illegality in the aptr'tiaem itt
or .adtertisement, in the tittle and in in ror
of pale, or for anty other defect whatsoeve,.
to, show caI-e wilthii, thirty days from the
duay this ionilim i, first inserted in the i
public papera, wilt the sale should not be
confirmed and hountroga:e I.
io,,ie inid sigred i chl:ttbers at Vidalia,
Louisiana, this l It day of Fl'ebruary.
1877, wait the seal of the T'l,r centh
D)istrict Court impre-sed.
WADlE H. HOUGIH,
Judge 13th Judicial Dist)rict.
State of I.ouisiatia,
Parish of Concordriai
SI1 E V Wall, Clerk of thlte T'liren ,..I
Jlllicial District Court, il and fr the
Parish o! Cinrordia, an State of .Louisi
IanI, do hereby certify that the abliov and
forcfuilng is a full. true and rnrrect a ,py
1 th-e ,rigunial, as the sunll' appers son
tle i lity fli-e
In nit stitnity whiereoif, I her,.
I . 1.1. Iultii sillg ty n l11ii.e anld aitix the
=a t of i .i C ur, at 1.1 i ltl ,
l.,illiA na, Ahirs tl ." 20h day if
i"ebrutry, A D., 1877.
E. W. WAL.,
m,'l.3-30d ir ;:.
S'UCUCESSION SA LE.
;ii) cces im of Ilenltioiine l. (:ltI,, ,ri;.
N t NFl't)IItlI IXY withi an order to tie
I til¢e' o I,-ii'd iiilt it t e Pari wh ' o rt
in and !r I e i ru.i iif lConcordia, inl thel
ablie styled eiiC ,'..liO , I i llI i T' .
i l,coci, adn a iltrtor ior s:id % itlucc-
-ii will at thhe Court tlouse door ln Vi
. l, in a,d pa ti1h on
Saturday, the 7th day of April
,Irceed to sill at public allction, Ill the
i1,ii0 erty t llnltiigr to said succeslioin of
t iJt'ii n F. G;ascock deceased, coll
:sstsnng as follow":
A trcit f lnt situiated in said pnriIh,
altou-t 32 miles below the town of Via llla,
,,iel,dd atiove by landu. of 5.. I. Ilyli, ll
,lie oriti, bliiw and snuth hy tandi late!.
tUal Illgli Lr 3iaihew tarr ald N II U1 i,
c;irt l Iie M iliilppi river. nd aest be
I:,ndh firtiorly owined by Hi Iarg.ld, cn
14 nliiig io)iir hliinlried acres. l'lte w Ilc of
Ir.)n) ,iuiil iecilluil No 31, in towhirip No.
4. norlll iti iie, N~o., east, COnalijliItI
4.4 i3 00) aires, being the same purrclias
ed tril, Wr. T. (;lascock
Alt, a traet (I lind in sarne pirish
:lsit 2- ni;les below Viealia, blulidid
above atill ilirthi, by the A ihlr p , ' t, ,iI
,i: Surge). Iby the lald floriilerly o\ iid lby
W. I (;IGltct. anl lately oiiclit.-.d by
5;lid 11 f. (jlasork d 'cea.,d, otni ti
10wer anid south sidn, ani the -',-:-,i i
rlhv r lb lln Ibe (nt'1 i d Irolnl,i bi eiil rc lr ily
p ,ir'l a iiikiln, wn, (wild laditI t) illtill, Ii3
tIioK t1*48 irres eles UO acres wIiiwli heal
b.'cn aulld ti Jhnll Watt &. Ci, t.1k , I frlmil
tit upper atinl llorth side adj0tllil:Ig tlhe
Asiy p in ,tlonl, -IVilog the d Ii i 'e ot
said trac('t now (owneId by sal slc(:ceslloll,
,biut .i48 acres.
'Tii" ieltire q uanti!y oif land in b,h !I, 17,
aibove describedl , amountingrl to 14"- 1; 10)
ac! es with the kil ow-i tg Iii iiu. rh's
,-lilloe aItd Iorth oy tue land, ot J.i ,I
tstlt & Clo., Ilw hb lains Ill N. ii.
lklk. l'al a iiI i Iunit by the lli s.ipi ;I
ii.Ir, oIl tle r beir b11 wil n Isnt for:ilIry
lwilrld by if .tjrgiiiold,lad parti"es ublk 1,wI1
Ailuw Iwoihulldred andJ seventy-tw,, j63t. Io
a('re. l havinI Cireld inito tihe lI.'|-, -pili
Sver, Ihei lan I will tbe sold as twlve ht,, i
",r1ed icre- iliore or lets. A\lSo, lute yorke
Ill tIXenI, lilu!tie tWo iX cartl, L ou dump
cartd aiid two wood saws.
,TEaMs OF SALE.
'ilte pers.nal prl)perty will be e,,hl to
the lilagest bidder hir what the barns will
broi li casih.
Tue lan I will he offered for rash inder
beent t apllpraisemeint as required by law
in successlilit sties.
Vid a;ia, March 2, 1877.
W t. V. GLASi'O K.
Buist's and Landreth's
Wholesale and Retail,
Lit of Jurors Drawn for the
April Term 1877, of the
4tt4 of Louisiana,
Paeirh of Concordia.
B t remembared that on the 21st day
of 'ebrarrv, 1'77, in conformity with Act
No. 94. of the Iegislature of the State of
Louieiahk, passed in the year 1873, we
the uaderaigned rfficers and qualtfirrl Pler.
tors 'to-wit, I. W. Wall, Clerk of the
Court; John Young, Sheriff and I Iemnle,
Recorder; J. L. Rountree and Wilon
Robinson, qualified electors, summoped
for that purpose by said officers, all of the
statr and pari-h aforesaid assembled at the
Court House in the town of Vidalia for
the purpose of se'ecting and drawing a
jury as required by said act, and having
selected fromn the list of registered voters
of the parish of C'oncordia the names of
".very duly qnelithd elector thereon, with
Sout distinction of rare or cp!or, who Do4.
sesses th' legal qualifications for jury
duty, and was nio exempt by law, made a
limt of the Lam,, which is hereto annex"d
andIearkl.d "I," and :hen canted to be
writteo on separate ballots of paper of
unifory size, the name of each person so
se.lected end placed upon the list, which
hallots wre deposited in a box for that
porpae, whberupon E W. Wall, Clerk
of Court, under directions of the other
,fficers and two qualified electors present,
after the ht lo h had been well mixed
drew from said b ix fifty-two (52) ballots,
and the name of each person so drawn
was entered as drawn on the annexed list
by said t'lerk of the Court, and the ballots
thus drawn were deposited in the office A
of the Clerk of the 13th Judicial District
Court together with the lists "A" and
"B," which are also filed in said omce.
In testimony whereof we said ofli-ers
Igether with said qualified electors have
hetreto signed our names the day and year
I.4ADOEt LA'If I.E. Recorder.
E v WALL Clerk.
J YOUNG. Sheriff'
J. I. ROUN r .tE, s Qualified
WILSON ROBINSON. Electors.
List of .Iirors drawn as abve set
forth for the April Term, 1877, of the
list tict C'ourt:
I Lloyd Thonmas 27 E. Tolliver
2 SamFiter 28 W. Burns
3 Jackson Carter 9- Dick Shellon.
4 Henri (Chntard 30 'rt,, Gallimore
5 Joltn Williams 31 ilor.ace Bell
6 DeInia :'sck 32 Evans Brooks
7 Aaron .v.,ui 33 I[1t !y \VW Itom
- Juake I n s 34 A Fountain
9 Wi. A.mn.a, 35 't m. Ilaroer
0 FPrd .:,l'"' 3ri Win. Iutler
I1 ,(I:a 1I+l 37 Alex Williartms
12 Pcter 'fIatum 3 FI lnry "'hor,ton
!3 teierPpr-nl ('ook 39 .tAhhy [lennvy
14 D. ior tun 41 R H iH-,trerfi ld
5 main(In v 41 Wm'. Plater
Iti (f'haa K viell 43 Perry Lloyd
17 W. lilac l:wood 43 Lauis Hairchet
18 Henry Wilson 441 m. Bi.rne! Jr
tI Wit' M. Lee 45 An-toy,'v P.lyne
2') Rubt. Jhnsan 4u t .:rnfifr iles
21 1-la' ('r.umnptoon 47 Jae,'s Franklihn
i2 ie'e 1Ite.r 4' N. T. Randulyh
23 Robt. ,Nortln 49 Joe I l,.masa
24 Enoot KRed. Sri auam Cirippr
5j Leva Warner 5b 'l'hutnae .,itl4 leto'i
26 Geo. Jt ties b2 Manly Shipley.
I certify this to be a true copy of the
,,rijinal procea verb.al and het of jurors
drawn as therein described, now on file to
mn ff ice
(1,i) \Vitnesa my hand and the seall
uf said cotirt this 23J tday of Febrluary
1877. E. W. WAI,,
tolus COts1, J.o. J. WALLACe
JOII.V cO.YTI and CO.,
Is ttheplace' to get your
W E hate .just reeivecd a fresh supply of
Baionii. 1.o r,
Lard ,'1..1 . ,
I) li,,u . (uI ar~( i ,.,I (ioom s
I i ll ,,r ,. ( 'i . aru , & e
And a large aauortmnllt of Ctioi,-
from 50c to $.5 p-r pound,. 31) pnds of
for the Chrlstin s lhlildays,, and luletity of
STOtS ansd FIRE IORK.
for the little onee: all of thn abIove, to be s'ild
C[EAP IFOR CIrIl AT
FiruCla.s Barber .vhlo
_ N IatcIes, _rIVis .
S BE'N removed from the Slier &
j Schw rz BUildlin to the (t si-tide u,
SPearl ,treet i muediatelly app ,:te I he 1)m'
ocrat (Office, weere hewill b* pl.a--od to
meet hi r,:d frteids and pitros:t,,qd as
Imany neiv ones as may laver him w th
Prices to suit the times. Snavrng 20
cents. Hlair Cutting 35 rents, Shapoo
ing 35 cents; defy competition. Satisfacs
'l11 ('ONCORi)I EAiGLE.
I8 FPUTLIS, HEtI iVFIR
TWO DOLLARS I'ER ANNUM
ls mailed to Subscribers auywtw-*r or. re
ceipt ol the Subscription J'rwe ] e
MUST 11 PAYTUD IFOR 1
0oog AND Jot
P RIN TING OFFI CIE
is propared to do all kil:ds of printing
SUCK AS 01
STEAMBOA , n
IN ALL COI.ORS
I'PRI(CES TO SUIT ALL
BILL LADING C()OK
ARE OFFERED TI
REGULAR ADVERT1 IEiS.
WILL NE ALLOWED
TEN PER CENI'. COMMISION
Paris Exhibition 1887.
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strengthen t h o systemh,
eradicating the oeffect of
dissipation, maintain the
hu-man frame In condition
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Blues and all mental dis
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them open to depression.
They prevent and cure .li
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A.-gue, Chills, 9iiarlrrhoea, yse
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phere. Ladies will find
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they eradicoate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
tThousands of Testlmo
nlals can be seen at the
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t& es6 Water tretet, N. Y.
For restoring Gray Bair to
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A dremsig which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effeeual
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hair. Faded or puy
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swit the glss and
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Thin hair is tbicx
eed, falling hair checked, and ball
ases often, though not always, cured
v its use. Nothing can restore the
i:r where the follicles me destroyed,
the glands atrophied and decayed.
,t such as remain can be saved for
.,fulness by this application. Instead
I fouling the hair with a pasty Fesi
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Its occasional use will prevent the hair
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make some preparations dangerous, a,
injurious to the hair, the Vigor ca,
only benefit but not harm it If wanted
merely for a
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Containing neither oil nor dye, it do's
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lustre and a grateful perfume.
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PaLCTIcaL nD ANASLYTICAL Ca aszsa,
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Ovr Tmurtr YrLs AOn T Tro's 1 ,·'rtr'nn wer
TE 1E 'l· a. flrat p:a el in thernarkrt byT Prof.Lr
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