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Methodist.-Rev. 8. P. H. Elwell. second
Sabbath in each month at 10j o'clock A. M.
Rev. Olin L. Durant, 8d Sabbath atII A. M.
Presbyterian-Rev. Hugh tIeLees, at the
Mpthodist Church, on 4h Sabbath at 11
o'oleck a. mn
Baptist-Seeona Church, Rev. W. B. Single
ten Pastor, lst Sabbath and Saturday before
In each month at 11 o'clock a. m.
Liberty Church-Liberty Station-tev W B
Simgleton, Pastor-Services every 2d Sabbath
and Saturday before.
Happy New Year.
Our State tax is five mills,
Col. J. E. Hfgood has been spend
ing several days amongst us.
Miss Minnie Bruce, of our toWn, is
visiting friends at Elberton, Ga.
Col. A. C h'ughes and Mr. W. G.
rield, formerly citizens of Pickens, but
now of Georgia, were in to*n on
blisses Lizzie and Florence Thomp.
son, two of Walhalla's guy and ac.
complished young ladies, spent the
holidays in Pickens on a visit to rela-s
ives and friends.
The now Board of County Com,.
missioners have organized, olcoted A.
B. Talley Chairman and gone rogu
larly to work.
The January conpons on the County
Railroad bonds are being paid proinpt
ly by the County. This stops further
Itigation, and consequently cost to
Mr. James P. Cary a graduate of
Adger College, with some ex
perience as teacher, will take charge
of the High School lit this place the
present year. For terms, &c., see ad
vertisement in this issue.
We return thanks to MAR. JULIUS E.
Booms tor the able and sattisfactory
manner in which he conducted the
editorial department of THE SENTINEL.
during our absence attending the ses
sion of the Legislature.
The Chritnias tree at Mt. Zion
(hurch, near Central, wa1s a grand
success notwithistaMnding the iniclem..
eney of' he weather. The tree was
loaded with vahmiable and nppropriaite
gif t, PlectialV approprintre e I he I
presenits received by usomeI of the bach
The Legislat urn adljiou ned on the
t1norningotf t he 24th uIt deverail i m
p'ortant thi'ls were pac e'd. \V w ill
pub)ish snehi oif 4 bem n' as are of ilnt eret
to our readere (romn timen to I ime.
.The( re'cnlt unows. cove'red. I he
gro~ ud teni inc~hen de, a' ' Lnd oni Thors
nay mrnIing, of his week it was':h
ft)ldest went her ove experienucede by
t hetlobiet inhi i~ntl",' o t i iR sect imu.
th th Ilermomseter~ being 6 ujr 8 degrs~i
A voung ma wvho had takeccn a lit
tt!e too, mucih of the 'obi. Ihe juvfulI."
wen'St intoi it~ he (t or of W, l& J)-i<, aU.
( 'eniual, 'Sat wee. and. atIt er m a ing
t-bro -<i., fired off' bia pist'ot th.- hatll
Ioing.ii~ itself ini : dry iood< ttsix. Hre
was arrestedl by Maranii \ cene. caru
ried b)eore Mayor WVilliams and tiied
- ~ I iie'd. ntt thIe residence oaf the
I'ride's moit her, oni li ember 230 ,
1880, by llev. Olin L,. lunraunt, M r.
Fraink P. Browu~n anid M is Florence
Isabella McMahan-all of Pickens.
IThe cold weat her' seemis to be al
nioat unisera. From every section
of the United States the news comes
that no such weat her hats been expe
rienced for mony years. The cold
Saturday in 1835 was probably not.
WnOre severe than Thurs daty of last
Nezw STons.-Messrs. G riffin & Ne w
berry havo opencd a new store in our
of; tho times by selling at living pricos
anid lotting the people know what they
k-eep on hand, through the columns of'
TuER SENTINEL~ See their adve'rtido..
''A young collegian from Spautan
bu'rg was in Pickens during the Christ
mis holidays, sitting back cross -Ieg,'
ged listening to0 a charin g younug
lndy discuss the self-conecit of
some college girls and boys. The taul
ented younmg Spartani, grace' ully3
stroking his upper lip, resp~ondlod:
"Yes, we college folksi fool our impor
lance." "I would jud1ge so from ap,
pearances," was the young lady's in
CausuFxn To D)KArr.--Mr. Samuel
Rowland, a son of Mr. Henry Row
land, of Central Station, was crushed
to death at Charlotte on the 21st
tilt., between two cars ho wats at
tempi~ting to eoniple. Mr. Rowland
was a conductor on the r'oadl, but, at
the time of his donth, was acting yard
rater att Charlotte. lie was an in
I. elligent atnd highly esteeod young
man, whose untimely donth is docl le
deplored by all who kcnow him. Wei
extend to the grief stricken family our
Mlr. John N. Georgo (lied) in Wan1.
halla on December 20th. Ile was thme
Auditor ofOconee County an an in -
fluential, highly esteemed gentle'nan.
t liRe was a fine soldier during the war,
and always a patriot.
Parch ed and swolen 'ipm indicaute
worms. Shriner's Indlian~ Veim aifuge
will destroy and eject these detestaubhe
creaures from the intestines, thns
restoring the child to hea~lth and
EXAMINATION NOTICE.-The Coun%
ty Board of Examiners will meet in
the office of the County School Com
missioner at P;ckens Court House, on
Friday and Saturday, January the
7th and 8th, 1881, for tho purpose of
Examining Teachers. Applicants for
Second and Thired Grades will have
a hearin on Friday, and candidates
for the 14 irist Grado on the second
Lot the snhools open as early as
possible in January.
Py order of the Board.
GEO. W. SINGLETON,
3 School Commissioner.
Kauquita Indian Worm Pellets are
that combination that is suited to
all ages, and ihe smallest child can
take thom with safety. Try them
and be convinced. Price, 10 and 25
cents per box For sale by J. W.
Quillian, Easley, S. C.
Nice lot of Christmas Goods at
IIagood, Alexander & Co's.
If you want a Suit of Clothes for
Cluristmas, go to Hagood, Alexander
BETTE R TiIg Es.-The Democrat, New
Orleans, Lail., says: "Suffering among
such as have been troubled with dis
ease of kidneys and liver, has been
perceptibly better since the introduc
tien ainong us of Warner's Safe Kid.
ney and Liver Ceure." nov 18-3m
The Voltaic Belt Company, Mar.
shall, Michigan will send their celo%
brated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the
afflicted upon 30 days trial. Speedy
cures guarantteed. They mean what
they say. W rite to them without
J1ust, received a large lot of Cloth
ing, at 11. C. SHILEY'8,
Cen tral, S. C.
Now is the time to get BargainR in
Goods at izagood, Alexnnder & Co's.
Rev. Dr. J. IT. Devotie says: "I have been
rs..eved by it of a severe attack of headache."
The following short letter from Dr. J. D
Mitchell, a member ot the Georgia Legisla.
lure, is a very strong endorsement:
Messr. Intcitnson J- .Bro.-I have used
your "-Nerarlgine" and find it all you claim,
.% specific ror neuralgia ad lieailache.
J1. D. MIlTCillLL, M. D).
For sale by Dr. J. W. Q II.LIAN. E'ssley.
among phlysicianst thait I~uchu it uniper and
Parvera lIrava': ini cciebinat ion ar e the best re
meie ts iin the wo'erldl for anay disease of the
one half of tie hn-itti t f~ei:aily bot0h tmale andi
femle suff r trouc dI.rangan enit of those or.
g..ns, i'nd to-'gle'ct ort filure to use proper
remedie hrry neom y to un ionit1ely graves. -
Nutaoos c'amtnil oin have bceen tried for
case'. Weali tm;-ss ini B ek in id iilipse, prodneed
by derun~enwnt of Blalble'r nnd' h'inneys,
bul11(Wt no wah l sneh hapy itsuts ats llin~t's
E'x; ract oft l'uh;I'lt andt . Juniper. If yout suiffer
fr'oi any Viere ofc t h ~s organs, get ai bot -
P'repatredloutyv by' ion, it anik in & Lamaotr,
Driggists, At itina. G.i.., au-.i for salfe by' Dr.'
J . W. Qu'mi'.i.ein, LEn.'ley.
jan t, 1881 2m
THEf BEST OFFEE YElT MAIG!
F'OUR Ot F)is ANKl L abl'S I PUiLI'A.
TI'IuNS ONE YI, \! F';)t O)NLY $2,50.
The Iran k L eslie Pl'.ishing t io., 15S Dey
sttreet, Ne w Yoik. w ill sende EHRA NK L ES
LI Ii'S FA* .\il LY FIll lEN ID. a 16-.page illu~tra
ed pape11r, for onl $1Al per y ear.
Frantk Leslie's Youngi IFolks, devoted to the
interest of youing peoiple, anmd conta in ing
miuich to initerest those of' a more mature age:
ai 16,;page illustrated paper. P'rice, per year
F~rank Leslie's Nationald Agriculturist and
Workitng IFarmer, a 16( page illustrated paper,
for only $1 .00 per year, with Dr i. II. J. Kent
dalil's emintent --Treatise ont lie llorse anid his
Diseases" a book of 100 pages, 90d fine en-.
gratvings. free to eatch subseriber.
I ratnk L~etlie's Pulpit of lhe Dauy, a 16(I-page
il u'rat ed paperm. J1ust the paper for Sundcay
reading. [ rice only 75 cents per year, in-.
chuding t wo beatti ful chiromos, "T i First
Easter Dawn" tiad --Thei Ft'st 0hristtmas
Or a-l four of thee above publ'cationts for
$2.5') per year'!
8map'enc ot all of outr Publications a nId 11.
lust rated Catl alogute (wit hout prenmiumu e)'for
15 cents. All desirinig steady and profisable
empaloytmenit should send ait on1ce before their
teritory is taken.
Any of the above piublicat ions sent, for six
mme'hs at haalfrattes.
Address F'iL..NK LEKSLlE PUBLISIIINJ 00C.
15 De'y Streel. New York
Sleep, Appetite and Strength
leturnm whrn Ilostett.-r's i'tomiaclh itters In
system-iticailly umsed lby at bitio-- dyspeptic
stailmrer. .\ioreover. einoo the breain sym
pathizes closly withI the sttoma~ch Stid its as
sociate orgeans, Ite hlver andl thle bowels, as
heir derangement is rectified by the action
ot the Bitter's, mental despomndency produced
by th. dii(eranigeme'tt dlisaptpeairs
F'or sale b'y all Druuggists ansd Deahrs
Remem er Fhis.
RELIA-BIE GODn ONLY
READ TIE MIST AND CALL ON
W. Tt McFALL
Axes, Angers, Alum,
Brcoms, Buckets, Bridles,
Coffee, Candy, Crackers,
Dippors, Dometics, Darners,
Edgings, Esences, Ega
Fish, Flour, Forks,
Ginger, Glass, Gimlets,
11ats, Haines, Hoes,
Ink, Irons, Indigo,
Jugs, Jars, Jeans,
Kerosene, Knives, Knobs,
Lamps, Lanterns, Lard,
Molasses, Mucilago, Mackerel,
Nails, Notions, Needles,
Oil, Onions, Oysters,
Pencils, Pipes, Paper,
Quart Cups, Quilts,
Ras ps, Razors, Rags,
Sugar, Soaps, Shovels
Tea, Trunks, Tin,
Vhnegar, V arnish, Vermifuge,
Wooden Ware, Wax,
Excellent Goods, Yal-us.
Zinc, Mirrors and many other use
ful articles, always on h:nd. Call.
If you dont see what you want, ask
These oods- will he' so'd on most
reasonablo terms, for Cash or Brter,
og-Ott time to pro11pt paying'custm
W. T. McFALL.
oct 28, 1880 6
TiLE OWL FACED) FOR WVIIOM
,h.)velihng mud forlltm thet Garfleld b~oom
lhar' been reenv'e"edl, ant I he lhas re
ventled to mie the' inct thaiit wh ile ho iv
el ~ing ml d he di'iovered a rich vein
*d aLine. alid olit, of' 8alt, 1 have hand
One (unr LoadI LIUne, aind
Dogtj and. s.hippedu, and1( 1 just w'ant en
artigh !nw hitu Wny trientt is to r th
e'xpenses(' alt Si per' hbl). Ifor the~ fijme,
and1( $1.10 per' Msak for tino ground
in 'hnet. of Woiin ( . ois--you
still l'ower i:i th cbf'..re. A n''therlatrge
lot ot Prints ati 5 'eents p r' yard'.
I amit dletrined~c~ to br'ing' trinlec to
my' store', and'( know (If no0 wlay to aos
comisjhl thIis, except to maltke mhy
Six Saeks Co'ffee and14 75 bhs. Flour'
j ust arrivedl. am11t they mu jst he sold.
'Try meo on you waiy to G reenvil le,
ati if you uro bu i: ing intielligently
niet( kno p))Vjrices inl t ireeniville', you
Re'adsteadls at $2.00-al ways on8:ig
A f t er' this weekl, paritics o wing me,
wh'o have ma :de no0 t1isfactory'3 1ar
:ttngemflent, :maIy e'xpect ani oIffierh. 1
ennI not afford1 to comoti to 54)0 you.
pay' U up and I"ave trtoulet.
E. R. 11ORTON.
Liberty, S. C.
so pt: 23, 1880 0 2m
178 E1EDS BEST 18
If ot oldinour town you
a eal ar for Cat
DAVID LANDRlETHI & SONS,PrranL,Pa.
NEW YORK~ OBSERVER
'I Il18 YEAR
The La.mgest nndm Best Pamily Paper
in thme Worbi.
Seuna1 for 4aina pie Copy--Free
NEW YORlK Ol1mEIlVE!t.
37 Park Row, New York,
I g-uarantee NRII RNER'S
INDIAN VERMIPUQE to
destroy and expel Werune
fhre they unanbdy
wheretheyexist, it use
aeeorVding to the diree.
tions. It is a safe and wrn
FOR SALE BY ALL DRU66I8TS
- AND STORE KEEPERS.
~. David E. F'outz, Prop.
HOVEY & TOWNES.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND COMPLETE
STAPLE AND FANCY
Would callattention.to our Line of
CLOAKS, and DOLMANS,
TRUNKS, &o., &o.
Next Door National Bank.
nov 11, 1880 8 2m
low Terk ClochIing Hoaue,
Dealer in Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Eto., Etc.
GREENVILLE -- ... ,0
AliR. J. Ritty FEROU8ON, of Pickens,
is now with this house, and would be
glad to soo and accommodate all of his
nov.4, 1880, 7 tf.
Ja H. MRAN&
RevivaI inn New Goods.
BLACK Sl LKS 85c. to $2 25.
BROCADE land MAMASSE SILKS and
SA TINS 90c to $1.75.
BLACK and FANCY SATINS 75c. to $1.25.
hlenrietta Cloth, Baraahea Cloth, Crope,
ClothIs, Cashiner, do lIde, Crepes, Cash
In these goods we malke a specialty, and
solicit a comparison.
Our Stock of
Drean (oods and Novelties
Is by fair the largest and most varied and
contains nere real GE'MS tha any othier
stock e' er shao vn by us, including the new
Andl the new aul panDar cohairs- "Gen
1)' Arie"' and lI)re' of W ine."' wa th an cle
gsant line of Tiii ~iMINGS to mat ch.
E'mru toideredi Flanneal, one y ard wide.
A jrood qua:ility fail re'gailar l110SE at. 20c.,
*onside'redl ch--ap at(pc.
Mlaaeles.so Flannel, somnethuing new and
Tule Lineus, Doyles and Napkins~ in new
Cloaks anud Doinaans,
To this dlepartement we call special attenition
Fancy I as ets, P ahlo Mhat s, &c.
We shal! be, very happy tO have our friends
J- II. MORG(9AN & BRO.,
GRE~ENV1LLE, 8. 0,
oct 21, 1880 43 l
CALILS ATTENTION TO TilE
public that we have the largos
EVElt BiOUGIIT Tro TIlLS M AR-t
ket, aind we will sell them at 25 perP
cent less thani any nier'chant South or'
Novth of Greenville. WVo do till our'
own nmanufacturiing and save you the.
jo)bber8 prlofit. Please givo us ai callI
whenu you visit our' city anad be con,
WVo ailso call aittention thant MRI.
W A!!llTiN FOIH) is' in our' employ
mnent , antd would be pl'eased il'r hit
friteudsi to call on him.x
S IRA["M A N,
C(reenvillec, M4. C.
aui- 12, 1880 47 5m
A Household Need.
Send 8-cent stamp for 80 page Book on
"The Liver, its Diseases and
INCLUDING MALARIAL TROUBLES, &C.
Address DR. SANFORD,
162 Broadway, New York.
Suffering from any form of Chronio Disease,
send for our List of Questions to answer, and
receive by return mail oi'r candid diagnosis
prognoises and cost or treatment.
DRS. GREEN and OATCIIELL,
Charlotte. N. C.
A YEAR AN 6 EPLEN$E8
to agents. Outfit Free Ad..
a7 ress P. 0. VICKEltY,
oct 21, 1881) 5 4
A DVERTISElt8 send for our Select Li-t of
Local Newspapers. Ceo. P. Rowell &
Co., 10 Spruce street, New York.
dee 23, 1880 14 4
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLE"MENT
Notice is hereby given that I will ap
ply to Olin L. Durant., Probate Judge for
Pickens Cotnty, for leave to make a final
settlement on the 15th January 1S81, of the
Estate of MATTIIEW, KEITH, deceased, and
ask to be dischairged therefrom as Ouardian.
S. D. KEITI, Guardian.
dec 9, 1880 12 6
Patents for Inventions.
E. W. ANDIutsoN. J. C. SMITH.
ANDRSON & SMITii,
Attorneys at Law No. 700 Soventh-St.
Opposite the United States Patent
Offi'.0, Washington, D. C.
No feo for prolimiary examination.
.No fee unless patet is allowed.
Fees loss than thoso of any other
Practice in the U. S. Patent Office,
U. S. suprorno Court, and District
Correspondenco solicited and no
charge made for ndvio
Books of' inforn.-tbon sent frec of
ch af go.
R<-erenco furnished upon request.
oct 14, 4 3m
A M~AT CAUE~ or MAN MISERT
Im the Loss or
A LiTtm onF lhe Nant ure, T'reatmuenat,
andllaicl oreof Seminal Weakness,
cr Speimatorrhioea, induced I~ Self Abuse,
Involunutary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous
Debility, and lImpledimnents to Marriage geun.
erally; Consumption, Epilepsy, anid Fits;
Mental and l'hiical Incapacity, &c.--Uy
IROlWRlT .1. (CU LVElRW ELL, M. D., author
of the "Green Biook." &c.
The world-renowed author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex
perience that. the awful consequences of Sell
A bause muay he effect ually removed without
mnedlicne, and! wit hout dangerous surgical
operat ions, bougies, insturmen~s, rings, or
cordials; pointing out a modo of cure at once
certain and cifectuali, by which every sufferer
no ma.t er what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply. privately andl radi
cugh,, This Lecture will prove a boon to
I xthousuds andII thousan11!dS.
Senut uinder seal, in a plain envelope, to
auny address, post-.paid, on reccipt of six cents
or t w'e postage stamips.
A ddress thle P'ubflishers,
41 Ann Si.. New York; Postollice liox, 4586.
no 1, 1880 28ly
Wnrner's Mafe Pills are an Immediate
stitmls for a Tor pid Liver, and cure Costive
nesa, D)ysppila, RII Ionsmuess, BilIous Dlarrhea,
_Malaria, F.ever ant Astne, anel are useful at
tInme In nearly all Usaestcae afe anti
dote for all Malarial P'hoi. Price, 25c. a box.
Warner's 14nfe Nervine quIck ly gives et
and Steep to the sufferln K,cenrea Headache and
NeuralgIa, Prevents Ep leptIc FIts, and is the
best remedy for Nervous Prostrattion brought
soc~u a anl cme r cue g, relieves tuePns
of all D lsensen, and Is never 1InjurIous to the
Bystemu. The best of all Nertines. Bottles of
tw mie; prices, I00.
, Warners Same
* Remnedies are
* and Dealers in
Rs* Medie1ne every.
I.H.WARWER & CO,,
Roelsoter N. Y.
* gr&-Send for Pampblet
(arcatest Wheel of the A ge,
For~ Saleo by
(uAreenvIlle, 14. C.
ALSO), T" EAL I'I IN STlE.\M E*N.
G~ IN lES, SA W MI Llo', COTT'ob
GIN lI ESS1ES, SEW.'i NG MI A
auu 12, l880 .7 U
A. BLYTNE, CHAR. P. BARRETT
Greenville, S. C. Pickeis C 11.,4. C.
BLYTHE & BARRETT,
ATIORNRYS 4- COUNSELORS A 7LA IV
PICKENS C. ifi. S. c.
(Qiice in School Commissioner's Ofice)
Will practice in the State SrI Federa
sept 25, 18fO 2 t
JAMES . ORR, JOHN S. VERNEl
Andersof, .. C. Wala aila, S. C.
OhR & VERNER,
A TTORNEYS 4- CO UNSELRS A T L A Ir
Will give prompt attention to all businea*
left to their care with Miaj. D. F. BRADLEY
PICKENS C. U.., S. C.
Feb 0,, 1879 21 tr
R. A. CHILD,
A TTORNEY 4- CO UNSEZ0!R A T L A W
P I C K E N S C. H. S. C.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the Statefs
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis
trict of South Carolina.
In cases requiring,it able Attorney will b8
associated with me.
Jan 6 1881 16
Atlanta & Chatlotte Air Line Railway
PASSENGER DEPA RtTMENT.
ATLANTA GA., November 7, 18so.
Change of Schedule.
On and after this date Trains isill rue'
on this Road as follows:
DAY PAROiSNOFRL In IN
Arrive at 1as1ey at 10 96 a im
Leave Easley at 10 37 a in
Arrive at Easley at f 17 p n
Leave Easley at 5 17 p
N1011T Pis NN(IMa TRAt N.
Arrive at Easley at 1 10 n y
Leave Easley at 10 pt
[ West ward.]
Arrive at Easley at 6 5O it a:
Leave Easley at *) 10 a
LOCAL rPRIortr TRAIN.
Arrive at Easley at 5 50 a
Leave Easley at 6 00 a
Arrive at Elasley at t 26 p
Leave Easley at C s
TnIIOUUi FPPtEIIT TIlA IN,
A rrive at Easley at a o p
Leave Easley atio8
Arrive at Ea'ley at 12 e 5 p
Leave Easley at 1 2 25 p ie
Connecting at Atlain t for ull po1 inits e -
Connecting at Clharlcette for all Erstec
rThirough Tickets on sale at Gaine'-vill
Seneca City, Greenville and Spr an buirg
all points EaXst and West.
WV. J Houston, Gen'l Pass. & Ticia Agei
Greenville & Coluinbia R ;
CIANGOF. ~Wr1; 1.;:,
On an~d after Mondany, May 1ith. 1 4'0, I
Pasenger Tramins over ile Greenville ai
Columbia Rairoaid wvill be runi da.i ly, sui
Lenve columbia ati)It
Leave Abston at 1 .
Leave Newbewrry at12'p
Leave ilodges! at 3: :
Leave litin at4 .pn
Arrive at Greenville at U1
Leave Greenville at 8it;
Leave fielton at .
Leave Hodges at117
..eave New bertiy at1'8 1.
Leate Alston at ~U
Arrive at Columbia at 0p*
Anderon an Wahilla4 s ilopm
Leav Bel oil~ r (:0 p
Leav Andrsonat8 -10 a
Leav l'edlctn ata; 1; 3p
Avero J'ranchlr an leRieR
Leaey exocept Sudy, ewe B) p,
Arrdeo an Walalla, as ollw
Leave Belhoia at Ta (' p
Leave Andero at *, 18 a
Leave Pendyvle at r, a,
Leave Perryllena at eg a
Leave Anerca at 40 p a
LAive Walhalla at 81 a
TL t 0a i i eave Seneca att: 4t a.
LeavepC~l Pervell ileaa9 0 5 iii La
Le avges Pelton at0 p i8
Leave Anderson tain01 i 40ii st
Ake riv e cMo-ucin att 8ltnj 18t I
Lauend drnc Tyaisns~ leat LarS <1
I. at 7 (80l a m an ile~1a NedwbtIter t r
Abeiia l ic Trains v ilasn conee a at itod.
e's wth dowiniamt up tonrai dnlv, Aunda,
exi cptd. a~nve a evill o at it lie t:i in; Leaf
pr atndg on Taind (oh th mb a im'
makeUt clsionn ecattintg, I (' ln ioht
Anshel, &innc nC.miaadAg
J W FF Y,
G eneral1 S uperjiniert.'ient
.T E HT~l VtlTit, MaSt er Trat;-Plort t i 'n
JAU -z NOaToN, Jr., Geteral Ticket A ger
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERE
WilOure or prove'nt Ptanaae.
No H~o3sa will d in of Cori.re JBou or Lye Fa
van. I f Fonts's Powdeorsare use~d In time.
Foutz's Powders willcore and prorent ilon COLoDAs
Fontz's Powder. witl prevent (Arxa iy &oi1.a
Footz's Poweters will lfnorease the qnatti y cf mila
anid crennoIi anty per cUni.. a.nd tuake the botte fAt
F'ontz's Powders with cor 0 or event almost nyaut
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Bold every whe're. J. v A7Oc'r
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