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VOL. VIII.] WINNSBORO. S. C., WEDNESDAY MOR NING, FEBRU V\R Y
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row.-Trn II1SaL publishel w1lteek
ly in the Ten of Wiansboro, at 83.00 ill
variably in <d.'ance.
Stt- All transiont. atvertisements to be
paidl in adlvance.
Obit uary Notices and Tributes $1 00 per
S EN A TE.
-,The Senate met it 12 M., P resi
dent G-laves ill the Chair.
A bill to autholize certain commit
tees to exam ie the accounts andi de
mands against certain Counties, aid
for other purposes, was passed and
ordered to be aent to the House.
The enacting clause was strickent
out of a bill to renew and amend the
chirter of the town of Chester.
HOUSE Ol' iliCSEN TAlES.
Simns introduced a bill to am emd
Section 74 -if the Code of 'roced ure
relating to the juri.-dietion of Tria
Justices, sa that an aci ion for alimony,
wh-n the aitoutit, does not exceeo
$L W0, where the wife is living npa'ri
uy reason of *dsertiotn, brutal treat
nent, or adultery, may be entertained.
The bill went to the Committee ou the
P. Simkins offered a resolution,
which was adopted, that the Judiciary
Committee inquire and report the
nature and extent of the exemption
from taxation claimed by the 8outh
Carolius Railroad under their charter,
whether the privileges therein giant
ed can be curtailed or modified, [lad
whether said Co npaiy claims exemp
tion fron any species of property not
within the proper conetrue ion of
their charter, and, if so, what legisla
tion is necessi ry to protect the inter
ests of the State, with leave to report
by bill or otherwise.
J. A. Smith intro-duced a bill to
require the County Commtnisioners of
the respective Counties of this State
to turn over to the County Treasurers
all tines and licenses collected by
them,the Commiksioners to be deemed
guilty of a misdemeatnor for tiegletinig
or tailing to comply with the Act,
puni.hable by a line not exceeding
$500, and impri-onment In the Coun.
ty jail not ex.eeding two years.
Allman introduced a bill to regu
ltto the system of farm labor for
wages which divijes lrin laborers
int , five classes each, to be paid an
cordingly. The first class, those wi)
take care of the stock and It ok
after the lands and crops to re
ceive $20 per month. CIass two,
those able to plow an acre and a halt
of land per day, cutting and making
150 rails, hoeing an acre anti a half
of cotton, picking 250 pounds of seed
cotton, etc., etc. All classes to re
ceive one peck corn meal or rice, two
and a half pounds bacon, one quart
syrup or their equivalent in money.
Eight hours in winter and nine houtsa
at all other times to constitute a day's
labor. Laborers to be paid for c:nra
work-ltheir wages to be a prior lieu
upon the land, crops and atock ; one
half of monthly wages to be paid at
the end of every morth, etc., etc.
The bill was referred to the Commit.
tee on Laoor.
Hlurley-Resolution to requtire the
State Treasurer to publish a state
ment of the number, charaeter, series
and amount of bonds andt stocks issued
from the office of the State Treasurer
during the last four years. It re
quires such statement to be nmade with.
in six weeks after adjournment, and
to be publishend one month in a news.
paper in Columbia, Charleoton and
Hamilton gave notice of his inten
tion to amend in the third reading the
appropriation bill relative to the
contingent fund of the State Treas
T1he House concurred in the con
current resolution authorizing pay
certificates to be drawn for the
balance of pay of members. Sever
al other bills were received from Sen,
A large number of bills and reso
lutions reported by the several com
mittees were ordered to lie over.
Cannon introduced a resolution,
that the Committee on Printing be
instructed to report on a bill to re
peal an Act to regulate the publica
tion of all legal and public notices.
Thte doenators returned %b their
chamber and the Rlepresentatives dis
cussed the appropriation bill until
The Senate met at 12 M.,
The Judiciary Committee reported
a substitute for the bill to allow
Coroners to offer rewarde for capital
Dinkqon from the Committee on
A griculture, reported favorably on a
bill to encourage agricultural and me
A bill to autborizo certain commit
tees to examine the accounts anid do.
mands against certain Counties, and
for other purposes, was read a third
time and passed, and sent to the
Hayne--Bill to amend an Act en
ilodn " An Act to granL, renew and
amend the charter of certain towns a!
villages therein mentioned."
Gov. Moses approved the followir
Acts and joint resolutions :
Act to require County Commisiio
era to give bond hcfore entering c
their duties ; to amend the Act cha
tering oortain towns and villagcs :
nmike a ppropriat ion for the pa inci
of the balance of salary of the mcil
bers., &c ; to require the S.ate or
iltad Cuuiity oflicers elecoted by ti
pe ple to qualify within thirty da,
after receiving official notificatm
the, eof ; to extend the time for olice
to qualify t to repeal Sections 5,
and '7 of Chapter LXXXIII of tI
llOUSIC OFI REI'lESENTATIVl'
TIhe Hlouse met at 12 M., Speak<
Lee in the Chair.
The Coinmittee on Banks and Il
-rance miande a favorable repoi
upon Coclhrant'.% bill to regulate ti
deposit of Sta!C, Coity anid oth(
finds. The bill makis it the duty <
Probate Judges, She.iflfs and Cleri
.f Court to deposit all moneys rc
ceived by them in a batik or banli
lebignated by a board, to consist o
Ohe Governor, Com ptroller-Genera
Attoiao -General, State Treasure
and the Ciieuit Judge of the Circui
:n which the moneys :nay be bek
ald to pub111lih w1 eikly, in a newspa Pe
iesignated by said Board, a certiliei
stateluiLlIt of all nioness received o
paid out, or if not paid out, wher
the saie are deposited. No Cour
or County funds slhall be depositei
in any lank outside of the County i
which they may ari-e, if there be sue
County, or lireafter e.tablished,
State or National 1LhIk or branch o
either. The banks are rjinitiied t
deposit stocks covering at least eight
per cent. of the mouey deposi-ed ; an'
it shall be the duty of the Comptrol
ler General to publish ii a Coluimbi
newspaper and a Charleston newspa
paper, every week, a statement of th
bonds and stucks so deposited, etc.
Mr. Robertson arose to a questior
of pi ivilege, regarding a resolutioi
relating to the registration of th
bonds of the State, anid demuander
that it be reported by the committee
lie demanded that the committe
.-hould report either one way or th
other. Mr.- Boseman and Mr. Coch
ran, of tho co-mimlitteo, said they ha
never buc- iinformiierd that anv snieht iii
S. B Thm0 1D pson's bili t tat
the collection tif relits prUvid&es tha
whenever any head of a fauily sua
lease as a place of resial :a ilus
or farm, the le.-see sh.lt have tl
right to waive the homestead exeuin
tioi, so far as relates to persont
property, in order to secure the less
in the collection of rents.
The Senate met at 12 I
President Gleaves in the Chair.
The Comniittee oil the J ndiciary r<
ported favorably oil the bill relativ
to fees of Probate Judges and othe
o me ers.
Jaision-Tills to aid and encot
rage mnanufactures, and to incorporat
the Grand Southern Hotel and Tfran
portationi Company, of Columbia.
The fellowinig bill were rca
a thiud time and ordered to be ei
rolled for ratification :to amend tli
Act granting, renewing and amnendin
the charters of certain towns an
A communication was receive
from the Comptroller-G eneral statin
that he is unable to explain wvh
copies of the report of the Comptro
lar-General had not been recivet
an~d, also, that lie had forwarded th
report of the late Comnptrolle
A concurrent resolution from th
House, that the present contract wit
the State pairtes be considered tI
contract of the General Asembi
was referred to the committee
H OUSE OF RI ElPRESEN'TATIVE|
The House met at 12 M., Speaka4
Lee in the Chair.
TIhe following bill was introdue<
and referred to their appropri:i
Gil more-To require the teache
of public schools to have an examnin
tion of the scholars every thre
Dannerlyi offered a joInt resolutic
to authorize the Comptroller-Gener
to audit claims. This resolution pr
vides that all demands now oustani
ing against the State, and all claiir
hereafter to be due, except pay en
tificates of the members and salari<
prodidod by law, and bonds andI coi
pons, shall be audited and allowe
by the Comptroller-General befo:
they shall have the words "audit<
and allowed" written across the fai
thereof, signed by the Comptrolle
General. All claims audited at
disallowed" written aeross the face
the same, signed as above. If t1
Treasurer of the State shall be of ti
opinion that any claim audited at
atlonwed is frandulent or illegal,
d sall, before paying the same, addres
to the Conptrolicr-General a writte
coninunication, giving his reason
therefor, M len the Comptroller-Gent
. r il shall reconsider the :aine ; and i
nh i si ll coinclude that it is fraudu
lein or illegal, he sinn1l enter in
book to beo kept for that purpose
clear account of the whole transac
tion, and make an order at the conclu
d sion thereof di.,allowing the claim
C If he shall conclude the claim is legu
he shall ,o iiiform the Trasurer, nih
shall p:av it, The Treasurcr is t
pay till claims in the order that the
are audited, and any violation shal
be deemed a misdeneanor, punt isha
blo by flie amd impilonmnct in th
discretiont of the court.
Th mont):onty of the prozcedings
Swas. brohen by in attempt ef Mr,
Xvilsonm, of Sumliter, to speak on a
question of pl ivilege. T1he Chali
t ruled him into his seat, and aftei
e some little cot.fusion, lie rtesumed ii
r seat. The debate wai then contiou
f ed by Mesers. Keitb, Thomipson fan
a others, upon the resolution whicli
brought it about, being a resolutiot
9 to investigate ofli ers in the peniten
f tiary, offered by Keith. A good deal
of word sparring followed. -
r Meyers defended the action of thc
t cornuittee on the Pentitentiarny.
, Curtis offt red as a substitutCe a con
r current rcnolut ion that the whol<
I matter be referred to the Judiciar)
r conmittee of both houses.
D M inort supported the original reso
t lution, and stated that penitentiary
I irds werei monopolizing the lanoi
h here at I'irty cents a day whilo his
o.tt1ituents weie huniting the strect:
of the city for labor. Ife hoped il
people were put in the penitentiary
> to be punishcd they would be dealt
f with accoid ingly, and not allowed to
walk the streets at liberty, frcquent.
ly arrested by the police in citizons
I clothes, and sometimes have beer
- known to commit robbery. Build,
ings were put up and crops raised by
Robertson, of Bl aufort, and others
followed, the previous question hav
ing been called anl disposed of.
The Senate mot nti 12 M., Presi.
3 dint Gleaves in the Chair.
3 Maxwell, from c initte e on Ed u
- cation, repoi ted unfavorably on th<
1 ill to requ re County School Com
ni-sioners to open iiginht sch )ols at
Cointy seats, ti
Itflult to pro
- ...-s of educat ion.
d.1 port of David
- r o f Chestei
i iL $1,500 of thi
'a nn t.ax, io tlie support of wid
.w., and orphans of those )erons wh<
t wiere killed for their political opin
i in, had been collected, and dis
buisients mada under the Act tc
a two families.
Jervey presented the petition anc
. metnuorial of Win. Aiken, Robert Ad
r ger and Wi. C. Bea, showing tha
they and others paid the direct ta:
laid by Act of Congress, and pray
lThis petition shows that a tax o
$363,570 was laid upon the State o
South Carolina, being its proportio1
0 of *20,000,000 laid on the Ucite
r States, and that the penalty of lift;
per cent., provided for by subsequen
Acts, oreatedl a lien on the pnropert;
0vesting title in the U.nited Statesn, o
'the purchase thereof. It is also se
d forth,that at tine time of the passag
of the At te authority oif the Uni
ted States was subvertedl in thni
e State, and afterwards, in November
g 1861, was re-established ina a smnal
d section, and tine levy of the tanx we
made as far as possible, and man;
<estiteti sold at nominal prices, be
g eause tine owner3 could not pay th
Y taixes thatt, in 1865,1 Unuited State
authority was est ablished in Charles
Ston and the sea-board, and the Sanm'
0 lien w~as extendied. Th'le memuorial
-ists hold thaL the whole amount o
tax and penalty was collected from
comparatively smatll numiber of thi
icitizents ; that they were riot voluntari
e~ ly paid ; that their property wva
* seized and held by egonits of thn
n United States, and restored only upoi
tine production of a certificate tha
~. the tax and penalty had been paid
r rThey, there fore, ask the same treal
Iment thatt would be given before thi
d 1courts of thne State, between two in
e dividuals, claiming that they hav
paid the whnole debt of the State, ani
would be well content to have theci
. claim to relief tried and at' dged b
e the courts of the State.
The following bill was passed to
,n third reading and ordered to be es
al grossed ; a bill to prevent the obstruc
3. Lion of harbers and navigable stream
i, in the State, by the dischanrge of bal
as last of stone, dirt and other hecar
r.. rmaterials. This bill caused conside:
a able debate, but passed in a shap
. that seemed to meet with the wel
d considered opinions of that part c
e the Senate familiar with nautics
e The special order being to amen
r. Section 12,Chapter 38, of the (lene
d ral Statutes, relating to the salary e
f County Commissioners, was the
~e taken up. A long debate followei
ie with which, and the calendar bills, th
d renainder of the day was occupied.
10. T he Hlouse was not in session.
3 The Scnato wasi called to or der
-2 12 ,A by L.Catenant Gvoermz
- Whittemvore, froi Comt'intee
t Judiciary, tepor.cd, u% ith IlInnwr
t lavorably a bill to alter and anai
the Code cf Procedure, being Titc, ;
of the Ruvised Statr te's. This Ii
relates more particularly to legal pn
I cesses, judgnmn ts, decrees, fes, etc
aind %hw a gre.t amount of cure .an
1a tu-ly in the faiznming of it.
II lhe following wei e I assel to a t'. it
I reading : to iamend the Act for 11
protection ond pieaeeivaiitiln of tiserti
animna 1-[this w:e in.:nded so as
allow deer to be iunitedl from Auty n
1 to January I , at.d p-artrlid!e8 I
April 15 'bill to require To ial Ju
tiees to give bond, &c., of $oo, e..
cept in Charleston County, wh IC
shall be as heretofore, and provid<
for a return of all cases tried,, fe
received, cle., and re(quires those wh
have been appoiuted to file a bond i
sixty days ; to provide for purcht
aers of lands at siles made fc
nun payment of taxes being put i
[ pOse8iou of the same.
A number of incorporation bill
received a second reading.
In the House there was no qu<
SEN A TlE.
The Senato at 12 M.
Corwin introdued a bill to alte
and arend Sections 45, Chapter 2:
Title 6, of the Statutes, relative t
dimlualilying persons from ho in
oflice. ILIid over.
Seniator Nasi stated,for the infor
mation of the Senate, tiat there w, r
many elaimsn befoie the comn~ittev
that cannot be considered, becaus<
they have not proper'y been swurn t<
under a resolution of the Senate, aum
that several of these claimas were fo
The Senate then proceeded to th,
consideration of ealentlar bills.
HOUSE OF rE'RiEsENTATIVES
The Iouse met 12 A. M., Speake
Lee in the Chair.
The Judiciary Committee, by Mh
Meetze, Chairmnau, reporte I fI a ,: a
bly the following : To itunish pci
sons for obtaining eon y, etc., uide
false prcleases ; to puinish aesois fe
selling intoxicating liquois to i i
A message was received from tli
Senate, that the ellactilng clae h.
been stricken out of a bill to aten
the charter of the town of Chester.
The [louse then proceeded to th
conbideratiun of the calendar bills.
Counterfeil $50 Legal Tender Notes.
The Yorkville (S. C.) Enquirer i
recently been shown a counter:ei
$50 legal tender note, paid to a Liti
zen of that county, by one of th
b.anks of this city. A large nu1mbe
uf these notes are reported to be il
circulation in this State and Sout
Carolina, and iii or-der to put #)in
readers on their guard, we publis
the following description of th
spurious currency : -'The rote i
tolerably well execnted, bu.t its spuri
ous.ess can be readily detected o
Ig both the face and the back i
much lighter in depth of color thlia
on the genuine. T1he paper is hatred
and stiff, whiter thman the genintil
and does not contain the veins c
strakswhihon the genuine paper
are ove induring theprcs<
manuifactures. Thela streaks canb
readily seen by holding the bill
the light. In the geiniie note of thI
same demnmination and seisc~ ther
is a small mrunik or 'fbuanrish' bet ~see
the words 'serics ' and 'I NGT9 no
thme'50' in the left li- id coiraner. I
the counterfeit this 'fnmrish,' or m a,
is absent.. TIhere are othe1r mens
-detecting the worthilessnesi of the bil
but the above tests are sufliient."
A youth in lhtileboro,' Vt.,i
completing Dienms' -Mystery of laX
win Drood,"' writing, as a medlim, a
the dictation of the spirit, of Dickem~
lIe says lie has never readl a single on
.of the works of Mr. Dhickens, lmue
.less the one in course of publication ai
the time of the novelest's death : y
.lhe has reproduced seine (of the pt
Seuliar features of the latter, and som
I of his manuscripts bears evidene a
r least of a very good imilitation of D)icl
, ens' style. Th'le medium works thre
evenings a week, accomlplishling eigh
a to ten pages at a sitting, and lbe ena
I enlates -or. rather, the spirit of Ml
.Dickens does--that it will take abot
a six months to complete the Mlyster;
y About seven thousand nere~ iir
c leared of timber eachI week-dayi
s this country. Of the annual eror
I seventy-five millions of dollars' wort
f goes to fuel, and twice as much
1 fencing. The locomotives in th
country consume net less than seve
1 hundred thousand cords a year.
f "Mrs. Miffin," said a visitor, "En
a ma has your features, but I think at
, has got her rather's hair." "Oh, no
8 1 see," said the "dear little Emma
"it's because I have father's hair th
ho haB tn Weam a wig."
III xpliatil ini of Mhe Pmresidet's Offi
W AKIIN 1. 0At1! i i . 1 IS T\T 7.
.1 . . 1. is i., 11. '.:l ".
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I I onj I I i t x 1 .l Iv or f I i . i pmls o.
-he 1t, b -f J),in try,., roii n, ti the
I' I f s t' . 1 ; ll tl. i l il l
he Fv.h( ral Gvrmntele
Sdont ircut, the. fo!lowing reply to 'A
a It has been ask.:d whether tie or
e der' )re. hi1it 1a 1 ed ralI ollie. r. on
I lsid ig als> he I ieetfi.M of anl .\ !Ir
' T ma r, ir a o imlt tO Nui-"a it,
,1 v ity, Lir of at Town -on-l a f -
0 village, or of' aippoint Ilito n le 14,.City
( ownl tir vi l:ageo governmllen..-. Ib
InO it hias been sugg sted that ther',
May b di6stilnction made il c.se :h,
ofije lie held with or withoat -flary
or1' cmpnatioh. The ity or town%
e ficers (of (lie de.e'ptioni referred to,
by whatever ivimies they iay be local.
ly known, whether held by electiot
r or appotinent, and uelither with vi
without salary or com1ipe"sation, are
of the class which the Exeent ive order
aends I )t (o I lied y p 'rsvns
holding Federal Milice. It as Ieei
asked whet her oe order pruhibiits
Fedei a! ulleiers from Iohldiig po' iOn
oni boards ,f 'diition, ehimol com3
Iittees',publie librariis, ieligioils or
('ellos1 nla ry institution., incorp-ira
ted 1.'or estabdhled, or sisiained by
'St-1'e (ir mulnicipal authority.
S osit iolls ani1 se r I!C oil siiehi
lo~nr04s oir colnlitt eel uil p rof r.
whiq in colbes are Int regardeid as
"40fli v.i' Within the colitemit)plat ion33 of
-the Exce utive order, but as emisploy.
*t ints or Fervice in which all good
e~lzns May be engaged without in
ff iipatibility, and ini lmialy en ces
witiout ncessary interference with
any position which they 11) hlll
r under the lFieral ti vernminct. O(i
e:!rs of the Federal ( 3 vernmenio cot nuv.1 ,
therefore, engag in inch srvieu
prviled the attention required by
such employmont oes not interfere
with the regular and offici-il discharge
of the dutiis (it their oli1ec tioler the
Federal Govennuent. The head of
the dpiit m.t inder whom the 10l1.
. reral iFie is held, will, oill cap.-4
r Ie th sole jildgO Whether or not th1i
r emiploymnict does thna. interfere.
The question has al.o been askei
with r gard to ifli -ers of the StAt
I the power conferred by the e ontiti
I ution to provide for organiziig the
inilitia, whichl is liable to be e illedl
for ti to be emlployed in the set vice
of the Unifed States, and is thug, In
Somle sense, iInder the Con'rol of the
G enrl (Government, and iS, nore
Over, Of I lie greatest valu et I I I lie pub.
lie, the Execn ive order of 17.h .Jini.
r iy IS sLit tinsiderel as pro hiiin
Federal oili.-ers fromt bein g (ff i.ters of
the iilitia, in the S.-atos and Territo
It hafs been askied wheother Ilhe
order prohlibits prnshobhing ofli n
u lher the! Federail toveriinment being
mem1 beri of Le il or mn'3 ipal lire
departients: lsso, wl.ether it applie.s
to 330mch-ilics emiployepd by the'day ill
Ih a I rn,ories, ars:'l :i I and36 naivy y' rds,
&o., of the United Statos.
e'ipal Im epeartmo..t3 is niot. regardedI'(
as5 an1 oice within the int1n. f
ihe 1,xecuiv e oi leir, --nl may~i be pcir
foruin-d by lFed' ral shiier-, pr6vh d
it (1oes iiot int'rfere with 116 he ' r iSla
and3( e.IIiint iii-thairge of theO Federalt
('fice, of whiche headli':~ of thle deparit.
m Ientl, un1(i~r ub1lich t he o.iee is hiebbl
w i.l in3 ea:.1h en be the j16Ike. Lin
Iaborer3 ini tho airmorie~e, arseiiabi
v'y yardsI, 3k.( ,1does no't cosititute
ant olhiec of any3) kinid, andI thoue thusil
empoye arnotI wiin th(le C ctem
pla116tion 3ofi the Exe('Lnt ive ord er. Ma1s -
te r wo kme 3 and1 oth1 sIIr' , who hiold ap.
pot intmen~ts fr'omi 3, the Goernmentt os
from~ aniy depalrtmlenlt, wh'1o her for ai
fixedi time1 or at the ple~iaur of the
aip po inting power', are I 1 emraced wit h.
-in the operation)1 of thle order. By
order of the President.
L ~ JIA.\l'ON FIMIT,
ScrIetar3y of Staitc,
AhIarp, if Trnic.
t At a telegraph o(iico, early one
morinig, the yonig genitlemilan opera,
e tor, afiter repeitedl call fot'r ai younig
t hly oIpror1 ini ano3th er ofli e, at las.t
. ges arespnse and theni "click
tteiegra'phs back t(o her, v' eement1ly
-1 "I have becen try) inlg to catch ymfi for
.the last haf1! hour33 I'' Iii a miiom n
tthe followiing spicy rep~y e) lnes ti ip
.ping baick to lilm tvdr theo wires friorr
thie telegraipio ma0 ideni : "Tiimat'
n othlinug '1 16ere is4 a youn man! 11( her<
wohsbeen trying to do0 the 51am<i
thing for the( la1st two yearsi, and( he
;hasn~'t canght im yet I'
o The Augusta mortuzary rerort foR
D tho inonth Jlatiunry sutma up eighty
six deaths in the city-mioro that
double those0 of D~ecembier. Thisi har
.resuited from the bad weather, bring
e ing on, in many eases, pneumnonia.
" Governor Ihart says that there
it is not a dollar in the Fl!orida treasti
o A Ciuriois PrapIylaIi vAgits m'!, .
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asp the blatck Snake rout, or cohosh
ishold be used inl mloderat0ion), 1.
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cass with it inl acute rh :: . i .,
eblorea, a disease of~tn ! l v 6
rheimai-lm, the Sm icin i h t II,
(fie oiunci O e of the i ;
ed for a short time fin M:. lpinL
water, and fromi hill a pInt.t a It
nMay be us. ir
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four times a A~v.
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confirmIl the( trulth (fJ01 -rdi r
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heW ing i n thii e-m.-~i-I. Th, t I I iu i
cifugai. racemo is calle I th' hbt -
anake root, and is suippoed I ., U.e
received that l' nn f it" s 0. ,11k tI
i eIl cy il l rion g the bit e of t1.b r. t.
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IIreni'3i tei lce yennoire 'l <h. y
the poiso of sml I -pox, 4 f' t li Ie . tr
- ei an of ' th tile cblCra (i c
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prophylati pnt ther is ri enselil' a (I
stru i'on ofw h .o i :11 .1 'r
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troy smlall pox plois- -1..
libek sniak, root will be in wW
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t i is nurtly arn artile of kuetg rek N J-.
u. We t re in m cta t -y Mho
anywherc o els t o gbi. coni:. i.et
te'r t Q lon tit 1ork, eity
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