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PUlIiS I3)
E I'ERY WJfE.TvYESDA/ Y
O-1ieInI DIrie'cory of Fairfield
County.
BPNATR-Moses Martin.
aavnEstENTATlvsS -Joseph Thompson
John Gibson, Joel Copes.
I,. W. )uvall--Seritr.
dlamn'l. It. Clowney-Clerk of the Court;
J. J. Neil-Judge of Probate.
W. B.. Peako-Connt.y Auditor.
W. Mi. Nelson--Coun ty Treasurer.
W. J. Crawford--chool Comm issioner,
R. F. Martin-Jury Commissioner.
COUNTY CO. IiSsIONtRta-Jas. it. Harvey,
llenry Jacob, Cartor lealy.
H. N. Obear--U. S. Com:nissioner.
NOTARIrit P'llL~iU-MI. C. Itobertsat':, ..
Q. Davis, II. N. Obear, U), B. Kirland.
- TRIAL JttsTtcs-A. .I. Mlackey, W. It
Marshall, James Aiken, Silas W. Ruff.
11. J. F, W. Coleman, Thoumas Walker,
1)r. Ira S. Scott.
T. R, Robertson.
wlNNSfORO NATIONAT. BANIC or o OUT!I
CARO.INA. AU-rnoIIll n0 cArTAr.$200,000
PAID u $76,000.
W. It. Robertson, President.
(oo. I. loMaster, Vico.President.
Fau'l, B. Clowney, CIshler.
Al. 0. tobertson. Teller.
nun rcTols.
WY. B. Robertson, II. L. Elliott, James
i3oaty, Oeorge It. MoMAastei', I). It. Flen.
iikon, Jas. B. toCant a, ..as, if. Iion, Jas.
.1. Brice, A. 8. I)quglass, Col. William
)hnston, of Charlotte, N C.
TOWN OFFICRis.
Pierre Bacot,-I n t entlant..
wAlnisNs-IF. GIrig, J. A. Fraser, W.
M. Nelson, J. U. McCarley,
WINN0IIOto IIUi.utINU AN) .oAN AssOcIA
-IloN.
0. 11. Me lcnter-President.
.am1es lltaly-Vice-l'rcsidenut.
P. I. I'lenniken Sec. and Treas.
1i. N. Obear, Atorney ;
l)ireotors-.Jay. A. Brice, San'l. B.
Clowuey, U..A. A.Whito, I. N. Withers, .1.
M1. (I illoway, F. Ell.'r, '. 11. Maliiden,
WV. It. Flennikon, J. ti. Connor,
cult1r or ror.te:-'T. .1. UI. Murphy.
THJE SABBATl[ MOtN.
DY FANNIE.
pod's own day, its golden light
Is hallowed eve-moro,
IVhn spirits lireat he thcir incenst bright
Our Fathcr's throne bofore.
Col's own ilay, a peaceful day
Of enb Sai ni hly rest,
Wlien larkest strit'o may puas away
Froi every t roubled breast,
God's own tiny, low oft it. coies
lRobed iln such beauty rare.
Each bird Io him its inconso hymns
Who made this world so fair.
Ood's own dny, Oh I may we keep
It ever puro and bright,
In fait htul (rust, each Sabbath reap
SonC ray of holy light.
Oul's own day, Oh ! may we end
Each one beneath the sky,
As we forever hope I o sr.enl
Our Sabbatii days on high.
Lat a 'Irnde.
I never Ionic at my stool omrpo
ing rule that I do not bless myseli
that whilo my strength lasts, 1 uam
not at the mercy of the world. If
my petn is not wanted I can go back
to the case and be ture to find work -
for I learned the printer's trade
thorou .hly--newspaper work, job
work, ook work and press work. 1
am glad 1 havo a gonod trade. .it is
as a rock on which the possessor can
stand firmly. Tlhiere is health and
vigor for both body and mind in an
honest, trade. It, in the strongest
and su-'est part of a self-miade men.
Go from it acdmy to the printing
ollioc to the art isant's bench ; or if
you please, to the farm-for, to be
sure, true famn i trado and a
grattnd) gon t that. Lay thus a sture
.ountdat ion, and a fter that branch ofi
into whatover profession you please.
Abace Greel,
101111,
Tt ia estimated that there are now
exceeding 100,000 (Chinese in tile
'United States and thoe "cry is still
they como)." Anticipating a tidal
wave omigration of' these almond..
eyed Colestials the New York World
says: "What shall we do with them ?
If they eun be turnoed to advantage as
'domestio servants their eoiditng will
bo hailed as a blessinlg. But that
willdispose of only a portion of tihemi.
The greator portion will eter into
competit~on with our present working
c'ass as farm laborers, mechanies and~
factory hands. They are able to live
oheapor and therefore to work cheap.
or than the others, and thus we are
to bec confronted iln reality with the
problem about which there has been
80 much theorizing duritng tho past
decado." Wo venture to say that the
time is very remote wheni John China
Inan ,wil lplaguo any body beyond the
l'aciic coast.
lieferring to a statomoent that gnite
a numiber of young men, sonls ot re
apectablo and wealthy families in
]ialtimore, wo'ro gaining livings itn
the WVest by drivintg. iee earts, ped
dling prize cantdy, guiding strangers
to Pike's Peak, repairing railway
~'raecs, etc., oto, The Natshville
Umion and American puntgently says:
"A ftor all, is it not miore healthy
uand waanly to drive an. ice cart or
work on the r'ailiroad , than fritter
away youlth and strengtht in city dis
81[ tion at thlOe xpense of the o1(d
folks ? If young mien are too proud
to work whtere thley ar'o knlown, it is
better, for thleir own sako, that they
seek some0 place whlere no such falso
notions will restrain their native
energies.
Amen ! and Amen !
A rattlesnake, with eighteen rat,.
tles and a button,,.was killed in 030.
nne mounlat w...
Telegraphilc Blunder.
.Of all the froaks of the telegraph
the following is one of the most
laughable : A young man when
about to start for his now parish,
wis unexpeotedly detained by the
incapacity of his Presbytery to or
dain him. In order to explain his
non.arrival at the appointed time,
he sent tho following telegram to the
deacons of the church : "Presbytery
lacked a quorum to ordain." In
the course of its journey the message
got strangely metamorphosed, and
reahoed the ostonishod deacons in
this shape : "Presbytery tacked a
worm on to Adam." The sober
churoh officers were sorely discom
posed and mystified, but after grave
consultation, concluded that it was
the minister's facetious way of an
nouncing that he had got married,
and accordingly proceeded to provide
lodging for two instead of one.
craIps.
Theodore Tilton is writing a new
book called "The Legend."
Carey, the prima donna, goes to
Russia for three years.
Duncan, Sherman & Co., of New
York have failed. Liabilities x+6,000,
000.
Ford & Co., Publishers, have sus
pended. They printed too much
lieocher. The "Life of Christ"
knocked 'om higher'n a kite.
A candidate out west stunped his
county on the platform that if elected
he would pay his debts. I I receiv
ed 327 more votes than thero were
voters in his County.
The population of the town of
Beaufort, by the consis just comple.
ted is a little over 2,200.
(G.en. An.es, the earpet-bag Gov.
ernor of Mississippi, is frcquently
absent from the State, a fact wvhich
A. K. Davis, the Lieutenant Govern
or, improves, for the purpose of ling.
nifying his office. It was while
Ames was away that I).tvis took ad
vantago of his authority as acting
Covernor to pardon a man Barren.
tine, who had brutally murdered a
helpless woman in the presence of her
live fatheiless chuldreln. It is said
that there was aun plc proof to secure
the conviction of the murderer ; but
Davis, wit hout waiting for Such a
:irmiality, pardoned him before lie
was even tried. It has been repeat.
edly asserted in the newspapers of
lississippi that the paltry sum of
$150 was the consile ration which in
duiced ..Davis to -r it .is p rdion.
The last freak of t i. ala ie 0ili.
eial is a proclamation, issued in the
absence of Gov. Anmes, calling the
legislaturo together in extra session.
A bashful and not over.edunatel
fellow went to see his girl the other
night, and as he started away lie put
his arms around her and whispered in
her ear "dearest, I love ;" and she
responded sweetly, "ditto," meaning
of course, a reciprocation of his
tender passion. ''l.o young man
could not lifid "ditto" in bis vocabu
lary, and asked his father next day
as t~hey wore hoeing cabbage what it
meiant. TIhie old gent rested' a
moment on his hoc, and pointed to
the cabbage in front of him with thle
remark :"You see that cabbage P'
"Yes ;' responded the youth. "A nd,
you see the next on10 there ?" <Yer."
''Well that is ealled "ditto.'' "Dan
her !"' exclaimed the impetuous youth
"she can led nA a cabbage head.''
The money question is going to lie
the great issue in the l'residentiah
Campaign next year. The old and
rotten issues of negro rights, eivil
rights, loyalty, &e., hare played out.
Political capital can no0 longer be
made out of thenm before the Ameri
can people. In the dliscussions which
will take place between this time and
thio election, betweeni the advocates
of inflation and contraction, hard
money, and greenbacks, the people
will learn much mere of the merits of
the rival theories on the the "money
question" than they know at presenit
To Cilre K!osc.-It'ced.
.Take cayenne pepper, dissolve it
in water. Take one or two swallows,
as the case may require, andl it will
stop almost instantly.
Mlingo Stephons, of Darlington, is
accused of murdering his wife, who
is missing under 'suspicious circum
stances.
NEW ARRIVALS!
Packages of N l'CW M A CK Ol El.
im hBarrehs, half and quiarter lBar
rels, Kits I, '2, 3, and extra nuir
ben 1, MESS.
323 SnAks of fresh gr ound F1ALlUR,
all sizes and gradhes f'roma the
Granite Mlills Augusta Ga.
A LSO,
A full stock of G roceries, Pr ovision
and l'uin tat ion Sup~ plies, oh
of which will be sold at th
lowest prices for CASII.
oct 29
IIEATY IRO. & SON.
NE FL ?JOU B,
[(.N lC(ar ILoadt Flour- from new wheat
\J just received, low for cash.
Jiuly Bi1orvY nun . & ON
SPRING GOODS.
W.H. Flelllie& Co
IIAVE
Just iecived it Full Stock of
SPRING G6ODS,
CONSISTING I1 PAt'I' OF
Prints,
Linen La'ns,
Cotton Lawwn,
Grenadine.,
Chinese Linen,
Poroaloes,
Swiss flluslins,
Cheok' Cambrico,
Corded Jnconots.
White antd
colored
Piques,
&C. &o.
Clothing, liats, Mons Furuishing
Goods, Casimzuers, Cottonades
Hosiery, Gloves, '1runiks,
Wooden-ware, and
the best asSurt
mont of
over brought to this market, nil which
will be sold cheap for
.AS1-I.
N. B. A few 'iecos of daitnnged
Dross Goods at 12., and 16 2-3 cents
per yatd.
W. H. Flenniken & Co.
al?
DISSOLVED.
-: 7
I . O. DISrORTES & CO., have, by
mutual consent, nnd by expiration of
limitation, terminated the copnri nesl.ip.
to date from July first inst,
Persons indchted will closo up their ac.
counts by cash or noto by the first day of
August.
U. (1. DESPolIT!E5,
lI. 8. UElPOItT iE.
WITH ample enpital, I will cont inue
(ho businiess at the sameo sti ud.
U. 0, DESPO;'0T ES.
July buh, 1875,
uily [:1
NEWSTrORE.C
ROS E N HE I M& C O.,
J)E.sPECI ''TFLLY inform the pub.
hin gener al that they3 have opened
thle store formeirly occuipied by .1. II.
Cntheari whlere. they itendii to conducta
general stock of mierchaniie, con~i~ehing ot
GR O E R I ES,
]ROOT'S A N I) SIOES,
D)IIY (h00l>M
A ND) LIQUORiS.
WE GUAlRANTIEE~
Fair and squanre trea'tmnif t o enca and
overy one thatt will luil oni us.
march 27
DIRECT
FliOM
NEW ORLEANS
. J lhls. N. 0. Clarified
Sugar, 10 Bbls. N. 0. Molass.
s(Choice.)
A former lot of' those goods
hlave given general satisfactiQon
Give Themu a Til.
io'ry BRO. & S.
11LIANNENBERQ
-HAS JUST
RETURNE D
-FR'OM -
T .-I: ~ TOETH
-WITII A
LARGE AND COMPLETE
STOCK Off
CLOTHING
ANI)
DRIY OODS.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE TiEM.
Qiy-" I stil occupy the 0141 sland of
1I.ot & Co.
U. L. D.\NNENBURG:(,
'ucces.or to I) & Co.
July 27
J uOr llE{JEIYED
Car Load h'l ite Corn..
1 Car Load Flour-all grades,
I Car Load I ol cd Meal.
W lite and Smloked( Bacon and
Rio a nid Java Cof'ee--"green
and roasted.'
New Orleans an d Commnon
Syr1ps.
All grdcs of SUG A\R.
Lard in1 bl)., hall-bbls., Kegs
and cans.
Getnine IDiurham Smoking To
BY
D. R. FLEANNIKiEN.
a~pril 10
J USTr
lIECEIVE B.
-------
I b~ale Plaid Homespun.
. ALSO,
M~ens, Suny Shoes andt~
stitched D~own Shoes.
A LSO,
Washing Soap, Toilet Soap,
Pills, I lair Dye,
ELssenice of
Expecctorant .
ALSO,
Knob Lock(s, Btntts and IIinges,
Carriagc Bolts, IDoor Sprigs,
eCinte Tlwine, Int ty, Linseed
D~il and Spantish BrIown.
McMAST1EI, & BRICE.
TO ARRIVE,
Ble ached IHomospun, Bed Ticking,
'liokory Shiringu, Gloves and
hosiery, Gauzo Undershairts, Black
Ulpacs, Bares for Veils, Pins,
spool T'hread, Needles, Ladies' Cuffs
mnd Collars, Nook Frills, Belt8 and
Buolles, Pearl Buttons, &o. &o.
McMaster & Brice.
anu '4
W. E.Doty & Co
3 .Doors West of Post Offico
-IN
'[E SPIAN.HIALL BUILDING.
DEALERS IN
FAMILY & PLANATION
GILOCELIES,
P1IOVISIOINS,
GRAIN,
FLOUR,
HAY &c
PROP RIETORS
-OF
LIVERY & SALE
STJ ILFS
Where we eonstanitly keep on
hand a fully ;upply orgood
Horses & Yulcs,
- - I'OR
'L.A.iiJo or" I-IXIrt.. .
niarch 25
J UST
---- --
Fresh and genuine 'lTurnli)
Seed from Davi(d LanlretlhII &
S(n, com)prising the followinir
varieties :1
White and Yellow,
Ruta Bagn,
Yellow~ Aberdeen,
Flat Du~ichi,
.Ambe~r Globe,
P'o w-ranian Globe
andl
Seven tops.
My Stock of D)RY GOODS,
Boots Shoes, lIts,Cas
Olothing, N\Otdins,
Crocki-y &.
will be rep1lenlished~ from time
to time, andl wvill be0 sold
as low FOR CASHl,
as thme same arti
cles caun be
Purchased Anywhere,
A few summer Dress Goods
on' hand wvhich wilfl be disposed
of at
VERY LOW R ATES.
I. N. Withers,
july 27 ______
00tNNOIR & 08112DI8l
-\ OJFERL TO.J)AY ?
L~AlJE FIUIT STANDS),
-FIN ICG(LASS
Salvers, Pitchers and Water
.Bottles.
--A L. 8 0
rancy Patentecd
LAMP-WICKS.
jnly 8
NEW AllVEW I8Ei1EN~ti.~
1Fortiuue in lit., Evey family buys
it. Sold by Aaen... Addriess G. 5.
1)00K AVEN I'S wflntetl to ll
3J'Th iJ1peoples C;ommon Sense Medical
Xdv l~em," by It. V Pierce, J. 1). 'Tile
neto' really selling book 01ut. I~zchisive
ot'ritory and luila1 terns111 Add reCs t he
'%'u hoe at Ilitlfalo, N Y.
ablo with no risks. A 1d aigocircultr
/ andt ValuabIo SazaplOs i rct. Do nt
deay, but write at oncu on postal
card to
F. Al. REED, 8iu ST., NEW YOU S.
01l('tle tro the. Unit ed Sta e.
ilhows the grand result of' 1001 yeit'' 01'
lFreedom & lProgress. New andiu co 'plele.
) em' 11000 pages. Jlluttied. everybody
h i vs it anl I a-eIt 4q innko fr'om :;,11) tol
":00i monthI. Ail'lt'.ss J1. Gi Mel; U 1( U1X'
S, (:(. '2hs. I'hill(Clp) i Pa.'
0 A U 1ION -\ olice. --'I e genino ciit ion
(I itc d ig tho ' .lCIt J euro iis,"'') nnl iis
vividlly Iliia 80 years il rouge nadvetilsui,',
aso the Li niisitieii. won1d'i'~I a nd wet'hi
of' that tn r'Yil'uii Onn tij, atsit i+ nliso.
ltntely lhe onily flew, comiplete work.
llcnce it sells ; Just think, 12.000 first. 7
weeks. A gelits' F~ueeass would tbni slt
3' o, 1)010 wit'd l . Sell([i leo' Termis and
poiive prl~oof of gelt ino'es
II CU I I 11;) Ill(isP., 7 2J, Sato Soul
SPhil.
TRINITY COLLEGE, N3L C,
SSIuiiON coi L'lI:NC;.i'P. 2 1875.I
I Li l. Facuty " eiiv 'th l i pi b ill lull
_l' tl ~'je: '.e'I 11it..ks111'1 iosi)
A~t. l ': tit Ho igh P11 i t 015 i t ll , N. (". i '
t'irnto er 4.titlly AO reci it in ul l
!,rit al' Ixes "s, Iii i'uoo 1A11~ 72u1 ,".i lli
'in fo Liv. 'I',lhs l l ie. give 1 lSE\ ' 0 1
a'. ll :1 I 'Di: ~ lJ1s iE iDY.
ld'iyO Ld)ri.'I )9 gener-1t"I ll and .
Wli 111 0 h1~ii I(1 ic" av1 pci~e fe t i N
:1 l'I i i ,~ 10 . ly lt' st dtr . od itr i..
ly 1'1111' C 1 -0111)11 011 H0, is [-. '. 'iiN t 11,
MN DALLTHAETONC
W''.eils'w'in~ 1'Cab liTale IIt,
and : give stONL IN nil the i I' I'
:1tI'l enriH .Nits ownRE 1eIt '31 1) .
.e' nl3. H-c o ollowy arC. a i Hol elI ia q
Pa.
Nel. 3 Baihd telf an 10it reey Streetl
anRLSTN S.tr C.n yfo iodr=o i
3tTir1aigIene ipo~rat ii
FISTCLS WORKad twcs
LOWES LIVNG OIC.
whicass diest an ti ~ E snvelopes.
andiessngt toi~ till the Vital ions
ON CT~lies isT SowKlA 1'AiNTI))t111a Ti ts
t e 14 r h l a i l i r sn, h t'
R E
GraenilI TIlousands proclaim V aN"
EGARI lI1TEIts the mnost wonderful lit.
vigoraut that over sustained t'ho sinking
systemt.
No Person ean take these RiIttoe
according to directions, and remain long
nwell, provided their bones are not do-.
stroyed by mineral poisoi or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
rep1air.
Bilious Remittent and Iuter
mittent J 1overs, which are so prova
lent in tho vallofs of our great rivets
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, 'Tennessee, Cuinberland, Arkan..
sa8, lied, Colirado, Brazos, Rlio Grando,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savanmah, 10..
anoko, James, and manly others, witi
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country luring the Sunnmer andi
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, aro
invariably accompanied by extensivo do
ra'lgcnents of th stonach ai r liver,
and olimr abdoininal viscera. lit their
treatnolllit, a purgative, exerting a pow.
crl't influence upol1 thes various or
galls, is essentially nweessary. ''here
is no cathartic f r the iurposo eqlual to
)a. J. War,%i.:'s V i ima lirrar:ns.
as they will speetdily remove the l-ark.
coloreI viscid matter with which tio
bowels are loade I, at the saine time
stinilat-ig the secretiona of t he liveai
ani generally restorng the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
F'or'til'y the body against. diseaso
by l.urifyilng ;all its fluids witli V'ix.unt~
BI Tr-:us. No epht niic can tako hohi.
of a system t hus lore-ar ined.
1)yspepsia or Inliigestion, Iend
nche, f'ain in the S11n111 Iers, Coughs,
Tightness of the ('hest, D)izziness, Senr
Eructations of to Stomach, ilati 'Tasto
in t ho Mouth, lilious At tacks, i'alpita ,
tation of the Heart, Inflan nlation of Ii
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
110ys, and ia hinulrdi' other painful synp
tomes, aro the offs"prings of Dyspepsia.
Ono bottle will prm o a botter glarallte
of its incrlits than a lengthy advertiso0
menlt.
Sicrofilr, i King's Evil, wiiio
Swellings, U, lcers, Erysipelas, Swelled NYek,
Goitre, Scrolulous litlat matilols, I ndolenIt
Inflanunations, .lreurial A ltctionIs, olt
Sores, Erupt ions of 0Ih Shin, Sore iEy, ec.
In these, as is all other constitutional liis
oases, W I.aILs's Viz A 1.1 i'lrrl-:ns hav'e
shown their peat nt ipowers in the
)not obstinate and inlractablo e(se1 .
For InUllaniatlory anld chronic
Iienniatisinl, (nt, Bilious, Remit
tot and Ii:.erinitttent Fevors, Diseases of
tho 1lood(, Liver, Kidneys and iladdher,
theso hit ters have no eIqual. Such 1iaenses
are0 cauised by Vitiated filoUd.
Mech an ical Diseases .-persons on
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such a#
Ph 1umber'ls., Type-se'bctters. (old - bcaters, and1
aMinoers, as they advanco in life, are sub ject
to .paralysis of iho Rowels. To gimot
agamst this, take a do-e of WALI.IE'S VIN.
O AIt I 11Tli t. oscat sionl I ly.
iFor'in Diseasxr Eruptionis, Tet'.
tar, Salt- Ihenmo, Ililotch'les, Spol s, '1 'ipls
Pustules 114SIoils, Canimuncle9, Ring-w 'rma
Seald-head, Sore Eyes, IErysi pols, Imb~l,
Seiufs, 1)COlorat1ionsl ofI th1e Skini, 1141un 'rs
and Di.<eases of th4e Skini of whatovnur name1)
0o' natur nr1 o l1~itc:rll y dug upI andt carl~riod
lIlt. of the~ systemi iln a4 short, til.aa by tile 'ISO
of the0s0 iittrs.
Ii. I ape, and1( Otller '1ornig,
murkmg mf the systemn of so manny thousands,
are0 effectualiy destr1 oyed a1nd remo\-ed04. No
sysSten. 1 0 medicinlo, no1 vermlliI1uges, noe an
tilhlliumties will free the sy'st~Om from1 wormslf
For' Fentale Comnplaints, in young
manllhoo),, 0or the turn'l of' life', these 'on'
llitters '&isplay sio dCL'idedl an1 infitenci, clat
impr~iovom~ent, is soon11 per11ceptible.
Cleanise the Vitiatedl Blooud when --
ever y<.*i fold ibs im1purities btinlig thriough
the skm11 m~ Piles0, Erupt11ions8, (or Sor'e;
cleanse it wh'1en you1 find it, lbsitrulcted and
slu)ggish iln tile veCins; cleanse it whten it is
foul; your feelings will tell you wheni. Keep
the blood puro1, anud the health of' the sy'stem
will follo1w.
U. Ii. McDONALD & Co.,
Druggists4 an411(0n. A Mts., S':,i Francislo. Californl
and cor. (4t' washhlimtgon 4und4 Charilton si., N. Y.
S!old by all Duaggilsts aind Ucalers.
P IEIRUR B AII T,
AOENT FOR
STANDARD) F1~l 1IZER ,
Popubir' 1 brands', viz :.
iRonle.
Roy'all y uan C om i i~ pound,' 7
Par1t ie.nvwishm1;. GuInox)4 byv ihe enr-ho nd
anl 0 ,ve them114 4 11dered in1 Duko0, II IJigW.,V
by3'les' For4I 4141S I and 80 'er's Siaj 44 )41
61 ngei~4.1t 144 r . (the 1ntir ('o'm gr ('I y'j'
lotlonl opt i0 ppl1y lo
fa n1 UIERRE .lACOTI.4
Buck Eye R~eo.]iv~io
nd WMoth Trap
ON N No 1 i hON IW & CO* Plf~h..
t/ Lar 10or the countie of4 (ii 1101 1
II r1. offii r t c&3'g iaI&IdaE ma II1l
us th. e sam 414)u w ih I.'ll 4 ' . il 3
Auoth first, sarms.0 ,e~ rea'Cldy to
mear 10 4.injb1.

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