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piY An si mark do a subsorlbor
paper denotes that his 'ttbscription t
expired. Wo will be glad to have all d,
linquont subsetibere tsottle past duos ti
pay up *J niha4bd 'W-A'O, re..
g ood many persons whom wo have bec
indulgini gffr log th4o Ah *e under66
heavy oxpo le and are do polled;tn il
s PAYMENTS for material and labor, w
rsnot afford to wait longor for our jul
dies. On tho FIRST OP JANUAlRY NEXT v
proposo to erase the names of all delis
quont subscribers from our books, hove
over we mhay reg ret it. The Nawe is on]
four dollars, and pp r e4
a year. Pay up your subsoript ous.
Thereg i~hbsno. change ib th
businoss management of the NEWs an
HERAu. Individual andiarthershi
claims %v,i1b,9 pretektqtl to W. F
Williamo a - . + -
POST Oyg9 ovaI..-Th pos1
office will be open daily (Sunday
exceptd) from 9 A. M., to 12 1
and from 2 to 5... M. Northei:
and Southern mail close at 1 13. 1
preciselr. ali Mail deliv red
Sundays .pog 9. to.9.80 4. M. onli
Winnaboro National Bank.
The olitor returni his thanks t
Col. John B. Palmer, President u
the C. C. &A. . ra mlna
tary ticket over his roid for th<
" DEATh OF, A VETERAN,.--r. A
McMecin died in this county o:
'the 9th inst., at the advanced age c
87 years, He was tie layt survivin
member of Capt. Wdiliam Kennedy'
colpflny. 'which sci ved in the wa
C.aloJJNA CuLLNGIATE IINSTITUTE.
We acknowledge the receipt of th<
second annual eatalugue of thi
inc"ritution located'at. Andersoni C. I]
The president, Prof. W. J. Ligon, i
a fine scholar and esperienced teacl
er, and he is ably assisted. TL
nmmber of' pipils in attendane
during the p ast ac.deimic year we
145-86 males and 59. females. Th
prospects of the institution are vt
REMOVAL.-Messrs. . Coniior
Clhndler announce, in their advei
tisemnat, that they have removed t
the store 'forierly occupied by Mi
John D. McCarley, where they ar
now ready to serve their friends an
customers with anything in thoi
line upon the moet.xcagonable ftormni
B3oth theso gentlemen are skilift
artisans, and guaranteo all the.
wvomk. They likiewise -keep in stO(
a good assortmeist of everything i
their line. Give them a caln. -
To Orvn CoUNTRLY FulENDs.4(
shall ahvaysu be p~leasued to r
communications from ouri
and readers throughout the cot
There are constantly taking' h
eveats of n.uch interest to t
pie of the cntire county, of ,(
we cain learn only, through the~'
sons living in the section in t
they occur. Information of the d
of which we speak, wyhether con~
nicated to us by letter or in poQ
will always be thankfully rece~
Mr. John D. McCarley, of this p a4
wasR entered on the night of theo
inst. and'i-obbed of sevei-al artie
Mr. McC. losing his gold watel
4' one hund red dlollars in money. 11
picion~ rested upon three neg roe
the guilty p)artica-Johln Aloex 4
Andy Alexandoi' and AlbertP
and1( they wvere placed in confine
of the case. Oeof the nu~b
Andy Alexander, has sinco be4gf
loed We Lnu~t thme guilty paLrt~~w
be aLlprS~chended anid doalt with 4$
ing to law. No would 'also4W
uponl our j cit i/ens the exorcise' OfEi
cr(easel vigilance againlst this cla
Wmsusnoao Nvrom&. .BANK~
shareholders of this ban~l~~
their annual meeting on
inst., and unaninously r4~~
their old officers, as follows:
j, President--Judge Wmn. B. 4
son ; Cashior'-S. BS. Olowne 9
)er----hos.' K. Elliott ; Dir
Wmn. RI. Robertson, Henry
lt, James B. Mc~mant a
Beaty, A. S1. D)ouglass, J es
Brice. II) R. Flenniken, 1I oo.
-Mckister, James H. ,
* William Johnston.
We are gratified to ]eal 3at'
bank is in all respects in (4
condition, doing a safe an ^r
rous1 bJsineOss. Indeed, t etlc
scarcely b)e othdrwise, w~ji
manmagedl by stich an arrm pf
dent and skillful financie1ias~
nibove g4n *ame h44
Vinnsbbrh i fi4momI' ttp
n hgh in all comnme~ cial 4finar'
9irclein; and very dose so
ha vefielce and
ad rohants and
' ot it has our
aI bo uanco of its
d pro esf .
a ,Al id), at
t Ch o on a
e visi I this county.
- Dr. as an earnest
y and o gospel, and
r 1o I both in and
e co .usines
dhou & Co., has
p loft a r upon a new
[, car . Mr. Dannen
.bor $ in Vaiefluid
by -s and cour
too p h carries
!! J lios for his
n n, the "Tar
hep n to our town.
and pre in that place
as h fl, promising.'
We t full share <f
*. From the
big d we extract
, about 8
o'I , Y G. Bookuunm
w 1 din s buggy, on
-th buti , about eight
rnitor w ias attacked
by re assaulted him
f b 'ki- ng him, and
rb g pocket-book,
co nil 850 in money,
:W h< from tle bank
on at , tol, a silver one,
co& ni ala Z. B., and his
.an says that hie
wa dri d atn a slow pace,
fI aid lay'' lfed plalntation of
S Jo, the mel sprang
S .on hi nd, .cize.1 hu1n
ythe .r ld bin pinionod
r 'the r oy robb.:i him.
he nu fight enou'l to
_ oimit .that they were
ee l wo of whom were
lt, ther,. They were
s 6ot ho only and the
true t cioo is tlvt toic1
.got p' at Mr. b l:a
;Lad-b. ibia and drawn out
of the ;o; sum of money.
a R e- r of their arrest in
e 1 few ou ple of sharLp,
f ide-, . s detectives,
a ic resources, are
Thml I entione.1 is a
TI " iRlDEln.-Fron The
ir we copy the fol
? )cc. 31, 1875
dl ajon and Hubbard
r to..ir negroes con
ce - 9 -.thid in Poma
ri itargo. One
i trading, got a fa
ity, and shot Mr.
ed the safo and
X I~~J. of the party was
fire the store, and1(
10 whiero:itbouts of
has beenU divulgod,
bily be recovered,"
thec negroes rr e .t
hty patrties, and1(, if
a * t the perpetrato)rs
I be quickly appr<.
aa the law, in all the
mins to it since it.s
~e in 1869, should
* ecd, it should b~e in
!/erald of the 4th
mf anld LHbbard rec
y on Saturdazy night,
1y thes~e gentleinen
my *~er Poniaiiii, without
* ~ their own expense.
c' Uhey suicceeded in
-d.. . 1LCr V eoeing~ 1l th'e
er, 700 in'b ill e
.n 20814 ciurrenicy,
ss ed over to the ba.znk
and a receipt taken
t r property was found
hof Thompson, which
k .s hitving been stolet'.
of Mr. Johln Cannon.
form u that, while
Oim every 1uwt:mieo
r J ll likely to leOtd to
b0.d to Setet. (Cer
(e or(onior of New-~
Iihe wro(ihodImon wOll
*A:'r .--A number o .
ple of 'Winnsboro en
ng~ for them decidedly'
i evening of Eho ard
.sidenice of A. F. Good
ofwasia L.eap.Year Party,
'iwhat we must con
disregard for the etor
thi s, the ladies do
lie g ntlemen being, for
oreJ ones. It is not
he nagination to pie.
an occasion. The company are all
Assembled, and the engaging of
partners for the dance is progress
Ing actively. A pretty little lady, with
flair face, pleasing countenance and
'!ta jarof biigh ey s, the siarkle of
which -slts e bachelor to wI hing
he'd n ei- been, one, .pprbahes,
with hard and pencil ready for busi
ness, and inquires of a gentleman :
"Will you allow me the pleaeurc of a
dance with you ?"-Certainly," says
the flattered swain "which one t"
"The twelfth"-very grandly uttered.
She passes on and says to another,
"can you, sir, give, me a dance ?"
Oh I yes," is the joyful reply.
Which ?"--"The first, if you wish it,
or any other you may prefer." " She
takes one rather low down on her
list, and goes on her way rejoicing.
So it goes on till the music sum
mons the happy ones to the merry,
care-.rowning dance. And then
when supper is announced, each lady
escorts her chosen companinn to the
scene of action.-"Mr, , lot me
help you to some chicken salad."
"I never eat it, Miss."-"OhI, do
take a little, just to please Ine."
me-" "Won't you have some blano
mange ?-try an orange-don't you
think the table nicely arranged ?
tike an apple and some nuts-let
me have your plate-would you like
a little water or some lemonade--do
you-" By this time the happy
masculine is so much overpowered
with attention from his fair attend
ant and to the dainties she has
brought him, that he can only mub
ter a few words by way of grateful
recognition, and intim:ito that he is
"about through."-But the un
soon effect on that man's heart-who
can estimate it-who, indeed, but
the lucky follow himself ? .
The entertainment on the evening:
above mn' rtioned was conducted
rigidly upon the recognized princi
ples. Each lady tendered her e.
cort to the gentleman of her liking,
;.n.l, upon his acceptance, accompa
r:ul him to the scone of enjoyment.
Thu g;umiIienen were sought as part
siomc in the dance, and were waited
upon most humbly and efficiently at
sipper. Altogether it was a novo
and amusing entortainmont-these
features serving only to increase the
pleasure of all the participants
beaux and belles and wall-flowers.
The Leap-Year Party was a success.
PunuIc MEETING.-We - give else
where the proceedings of a mass
meeting of citizens held last Satur
day. The report explains itself..
The moting was quite large, and
was fully representative of all the
interests of our community.
In -this connection we would
state that on Saturday night, a
committee consisting of George W.
Bakr and two other colored men;
wvaiad upon Intendant .Bacot, de
imanding that the, white policeman
be at once removed. Mr. B~acot
stated to them that lie was under
arrest and had no authority in the
premises. They then waited upon
Wadn Nelson, McCarley and
Gerig, sevcrally,--the last-named
of whom they did not find at home.
The conduct of some of the colored
peopl)e on the street was at one
time quito boisterous, but in a
short time they retired from tho
stretsN, and thme utmost quiet has
since prevailed.. George W, Bar'
bcr was called before the council
on Monday mnorning, and repi
mianded~ for the impropriety of
taking actio'n at such' an untimoly
hour, and advised to avoid anything
of the kind in future. We very
muc reretthe action of the col
ore me onSaturday night. In
common with the whole community.
we condemn the acts alleged to
have.' been committed on the night
of Gith inst., but however wrong i
they wore, their commission doea|
not justify any improper action in
other directions. The action of tbe
committee beaded by Gieor'go Bar
boer wasr most ill-timed, and calen
kated to do nio good whatever. The,
entire e'no of the alleged outrage
is now in thme himds of the proper
authoritiesi, andl the law must lie
allowed to tke its course quietly.
Intendaum't Bacot was arrested on a
warirant issued by Trial Justido
llober'ton, and gave ,bail, in the
s.um of $500Q for his appoairance at
thm~ eot termm of the circuit cour't.
HeI has resigned his position as in
tern-Jamt, and War'den Gerip; has
b~een cloctecd by concel in his pit' o.
Afex-fNG OF CITIZENS-The
meeting was organized by calling I.
N. Withers to theochair arfd reqluest
ing Jno. J. Neil to act as seretary.
Mr, Geo. H. Mc'Master explainod
the object of the meeting, giving a
recital of. rumnpra involving some of
the town. authorities in the maltreat.
ment of prisoners confined in the
guard-house; on the night of fhoe
6th inst. John Alexander, colored,
made some remarks stating that oio
of the policemen tookr himaalg an
two others out of the guardhouse
They wore then taken by other por
sons to a patch of woods nor the
Methodist church, and wore ther
severely wldpped and threatened,
with a view to make them tell about
the burglary rpeenoly domniitted
upon the Ies dfxo'e of Mr. Jno. I).
MoCarley. He stated that he kneu
nothing about the burglary, and
that he and the other prisoner
were afterwai'de paid money'to don
coal the matter.
John D. Smart moved that a coin.
mittee be -appointed to investigate
the matt 4r. tGdo. H. McMaster ex
plained that the purpose of 'the
meeting was not to investigate the
matter, but to express the sentiment
of the community upon the alleged
outrage. John Smarrt then with
drew his resolution, and T. R.
Robertson oflored a substitute, that
a committee of threo be appointed to
draft resolutions to express the
sense of the meeting. Goo. H.
McMaster moved to amend by in..
sorting five, instead of three, which
motion was carried, and the resolu
tion unanimously passed as amend
od. The chair appointed the follow
ing committee: James G. MeCan ts,
H. L. Elliott, John D. Smart, A. P.
Miller, and Jas. A. Brice. The tom
mnittee retired and on their return
submitted the following.:
The commeittee appointed 'to
draft resolutidiis oxpressivo of the
sense of this meeting with reference
to the outrage alleged to have been
committed on the night of the 6th
inst., beg ldave to submit the follow.
ng resolutions :
.Resolved,-1. That we, the citi
ons of Winnsboro in mass meeting
issemble:1, hereby express our ur
qualified indignation at such an un
warranted act, and we regard it its
in outrage upon the rights of the
citizen and en insult to the fair
reputation for order and law which
:ur community has heretofore en
2. That the perpotrators of this
lct de(serve the condemnation of all
:ood citizens, and the full penalty of
3. That thesoresolutions be pub
[ished in the NEws and HERALD.
JAMES G. McCANTS,
H. L. ELLIOTT,
JOHN D. SMART,
A. P. MILLER,
JAS. A. BRICE.
The resolutions were unanimously
The meeting then, on motion, ad
I. N. WITHERS,
JOHN J. NEIL. Chairnmn.
CIROUIT COURT Junous.-The fol
lowing is a list of jurors drawvn to
serve at the next ensuing term of
Thomas H. Davis, W. Watt Brice,
John P. Elkin, A. F. Ruff, W. 13,
B3:ooks, J. D. Hogan, H. W. Des
portes, T. M. Rembert, Abner D).
Rose, George *W. Coleman, Dav:id
P. Crosby. A. Y. Turner, whitos.
Charles Gaimbell; Arthur Will ianmr,
Douglass Fox, Henry Ande:-son,
Micajah Pickott; Frank Thompsoni,
James Turner,- H. Y. Gladney, R. J.
Kolley,, J. B. Gladniey, S. S. Gibson,
H. B. Refo, R. S. Despoules, Ri. B.
Sloan, J. T. WV. Stitt, John 8. Dong
1iats, J. N. Ligon, J. R. Sterling, J.
HI. Means, W. D. Davis, A. M.
T'imms, Fred Copes, R. L. Martin,
Hilliard Hlall, Thonmas Jac(obP,
Daniel Bird, Cont(er Gibson, Is:aac
Dobsnon, Thomas O)glesby, Alfred
Crumupton, Prince Martin, Henury
Woldon,. Daivid C. Aikcn, helloy
Miller, Wmn. Ford, Gergo Shelton,
John A. Boyd, Fletcher Hohins, Wm.
M adison, Jerry Martin, John Me
CJcrkle, George Kennedy, coloro,.
CUT Tmts OUT-lir May SAVE YoUn
Lrrr.--Thore is no person living but
what suffors more or less with Lung
Diseaso Coughs, Colds of- Consumup
tion, yet some would die rather than
pay3 75S cents for a bottle of mnedicine
that would eure thom' Dr. A.
B(.sehooe's German Syrup has lately
been introduced in this country
from Germany, and its wvonderoud
cuies astonishes every one that tr y
it. If y')tl doubt what we say in
yourl De~nggi, MI'Td.,im.a & Er~m
and pget a snmp.lo b)ottle l'or' 10 cenuts
an ~yior a rogulr size for '75
THE OFhN'ENNI 'L. OF l870. '.hlis higbly
favored country is about to celebtrate its
huindredt bir'hiay. Urnder -its fa'v6red
p~rivilege's, its oitizens have been happy;
wvorship~pingf Godl acerding trj the dictatch
of their ownu eei~csinces; pursuing their
chosen avocations unmiolested; growing
rich and pros ,erousi. Somse have aittainedl
the most exalted potsitions from th~e stali
est br'rinnings. Tihnis is particufarly ap
plicale to Dr. Tutt's Taiver. 1'ills .v Ter
years ago they hbad bnti a. imited' loeini
reputation, buti iin this time, sided by
scientifio re.ttarch~ and c3osienti-msti busni
noa direction, the~y have attaindid' such a
celebrity that there is not Mounty on'thct
globe that they aro not.knuo~wn an~d- used.
Wheroee diseasd'prevdifs,- espieilly such1
as result from torpid liver,.dyspepsia, cos
tiveness, siok headacho, fever and- ague'
Land they are eagerly eeught to*n
Dar. Butll's C,)-ag1 h yrup ~is lxtri'l
iii'r', roc ouvulondo(I for' chldren. It
duros Colighs, C0o1'Is, Croup, (to4)
I)1CttLl1L to the() t111410 tand ta, ji':c
it chairm. Pori", 25'('t In.
ALTL 'pt roue bavtbig pa~peaei in liy
i.'kolllvi, to;" record ml ust uoia nul
ti~u tem thSAML. B. (LOW\NEY\,
Paiu 12 xi Cle'rk of Court.
Afine Q -It's Revolver. Apply, it thisj
w I: E16v iiiqtasqglitoi \our:. ov.mz Ii iiipr
the t'rio o: io of ) it (.1,.1)\1;1' ,'
I1). , dating fromi Jonnnr art, I v76. 01:
old staitil of 1) !t (.Ilyt..ivy'. Vospecu iiit
1' :solicit the jblltiOuill;i of ti,.. publ ic.
"U It GbA1)NIr,
janl 10 mIt \\ *B U1LLJEL 1'.
r iiill: (otarti'rx'lti ittoi'..ot'xkt jim;
Iuunder t title Ot 11. 1,. Elliott . oi.
i\ A'1''S~~W and UULJMMIN(,' nder the
firmu motue (31 CUIJMIt4 , . C")
Ja~xu;try 1, 3376
Eitht'"r of "the old ptrtne}"R me nu horiaod
to silu in liquitnn~
J W) -~ PA ?fl"rEW8, Jr,
IT VING reet'tllv counnoett'u out'mwlvon*
.II. wi th thme Oiruof .1. 0. MOe'. ')rolI , we
are'i 134r" prep)iro .1 to otlair to oiur i'll l1r4
imtg adlitins to our nironiuly largo Morl~k oft
iii".' :etls, grtCel't tAr ( or' Motto is
Quick Palo's au 8111/11i1 ],'l'ibitR.
J TI. (+F.A I) DElN.
J. Lh. MC'i,T,LmITtGiI.
n1 .x IiYvirtue an execution toinil
Iloi n doo %utl oXmnxhiror stlolltefrttl lll l '11131yI:X .r the 1it t-s hi n ilaciot h h;
tinitor alt. lie (Ilt1 hfur. et'i (i;11 te" 1'tl1
.n-~ g textti itld l'ojoi'ty (u h wit: All
thair P m n tuit'l (Ici' I ui~t' of Lill I CI itai I
in (ho C'omit~y ofi I"'ii dlt 4fi httladd byy
ii:uin You1tIag, tend; others luvicld upon~ is t he
prmm~rty tit' 1 s:m.' II \I..'nii at the ,iiitof
Sixemuiti' U (i ht S \vTltC F.t;,
MiTizmixo. S C, " ~ .I,.0, C.
Sainn:t"1 Catlu'irt, ('ont'uitteo of rho Eiteta
of .Jo'0I1 itCthit t Llu itic, a.'tit::t
Lulcius limpkints AmIos ' D~wight anud
1,1 wardl L''oxhm~i1. , . cii 'iti-n um.tnder
'i'ra 'vltm'i i.e, and Sam;' '1]3 ('Io'.'.lev lift
Clerk of the C atrt of Falrtiddl County,
GfAr~iD CEN~fnAL DflY C
W. D.LOVE a cc
CI iiesof Fairfield oottnty ill iki
" hey' 1'e'ti %-e~ gools by *'vtry totunor fromn 3t
06 It 1 "ethnHi of ?Jat 'or p~~ I u'l. n to
' Wo ti'tt' i full lnt,' ofCna pt:t, Oil C
lir" ts, "Th 1.,hg ,Tu s, ' \Thct,, A. s9ii13'r*4,
lii n'+oh4) i'IAnrall't,11rea'(iiil*4, IILH, T~t'
zi3nilU pit'3',. t (-'m'lgntu CQI pri'cs by tlhe
oct 2:l-txlyv. ,. ,
REBPORT OF THEf ONDiTION
Winnsboro National Bank
I' ~in~hooini tit Mtale of south
'rtruI' rut. ,,t, the ?10340o of bu34iuOb34
Loath:" int Ilixt"eitie, $.'2,478 72
U. S It0,ltl4 to secture
i)iit.'Irotjtpiovotl re ervo
Iu ito4, ot0her N atioai
11.30km, 4,670 716
ntid lixtit~i, 1,418 70
I '3333't 1'.x pt'i3se And~
Tiaxe ' ti I, 2.16 24
13'i'ofutlr National ItflltkS, 1,7t'1I 00
Frnaita tii'reticy ( ilud-li
Specie', (inldinig gold
'rut'siury 330tet.) 43 00
t.ei:tl I ''s.. othe Ntes, 4,IA000
11It te' gl it,ftt 134 with U1; 8!
Ito ut' on tt i s ti'r':itiai'3' oilher
tiyuu. b',j' Cdumi' oo fund, 300 00
Cutil);d Si .oe " jfl in, $73i,000 (O0
fuIp~l< n , 1 .589 01
I~t)I1' ini o dd i 31 Irouti 6t,6:1 01
N :t I io;'n a! atik notes out.
sw I :stIii~g. 6601'65 (0
lUi vidcii Is 3333id. 147-60
In livitlitmI deposi3ts subject
io chetek. 23,421 03
.) to wlier Natijital 1Datmks, 1,1.1 00
"" Total $17.1,600 61
S:'.11'1; OF" S~uThf ('A 1111N A,
Cotuy ot ' lailletld. J
I Ba a itiil It. ('low li.';, (':ti:;ei' of ilia
it'tto n i:iiielt 11111.-, die aolettdy
we thatt ,,a. t11 abloveo. stautoeent is true
'.o 1'.0 noi"4.~f m, pi) ~w! i'go nodi bellef,
"- I en to ntitisti lhi'riib't before rue,
II UNl Sz . OB) hAR. Notary Public.
Cot1itec i-At test:
J 1111 :~ II lIi: ,.1 N-I'$, 1) Ireotora.
Bar .0'ills! Bar~aills!
At J. 0. BOAG'S
DRY GOODS, FANCY OODS1
.l\' 't) MlLIANERY VI31rA 11R
P., ColumbJai S. C.
ve money by buying their goods at .th
1o New York and other markets all thotiind;
Ltion And wherever they oan bo bought
0o largest and most varied' stocl of any
W As the sname goods can be bought in that
loth:, Wi low 11 Shades, Paper allngings,
Cloths, Iomiespunis of overy description,
ens, Towelings. Laces, Notions, Hosiery,'
and Perfumlleries, wlieh we sell by the
mllekage to the wholesalo trado W ard
FTEN9~r DOLLARSPt 1'uli xF.,
ntroduced1 to the market. gri-- Samples
ten dollars sent by e.preq free of charge.
W. D. LOVE & CO.
Late Arrivals !
ORANGES, Apples and Bananas.
600 ibs; French and American Candies.
2,0 0 gallons old ahd purofed
CORN AND RYE
Knickerbocker Rya is of all, the best.
Bb Aare to purchaso some for the
at Reduced Prices.
U G Desportes.
(ee 23 ju 8-1m
Beaty, Bro. & on.
AND FOR SALE
10,000 yds. Standard Domes
tic and Borneo Bagging.
700 bundles Arrow and
100 lbs. ling Trwiue.
50 kegs Nails, iissorted.
4 dozen A xes.
A lot of' Wooden War'e, Shioes
Alld t, :.Tncral assort
AT BOTTOM FIGURES
I' AM (he flgeni of eleven Fire insuiranco'
..Coinpanltii,-M who('H combIIinled nasols
exo4'-d 40 1Iai1llo dlhlr. Short. rate,
tin n a l ' i 0 in polic ies issuled* .e Cou try
dwvell 1 in 4iks a ei a Cill Iy (Jin liol1so
risks taken at reasonlable tets.
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Q ECUIT '1 Life Iiu rance and A .neil y
' J Colup any. A'sets $3,449,108 2ra.
ifc, g~on-Forfeiture (in ten pavmoents.)
' ndowmeti 1 nnel 'I noily LI oioice lissuedl
(i- the most favorahlt- fierms.
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F ER THIYIl ES!
Tv H AVE nlow on hansrd and asbout to rO
..L ceivo thle following brandsi1 of wiell
knlown' Guaniios. ThoI0sf wishling to' pur
haoon tim~O, will do well to call and
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d Nhstionas linbio ]Bone- a first-class
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