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(JUIN FEDERATE DEAD AT CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
We take pleasure in laying before our readers
thia morning the subjoined carefully prepared ros?
ter of the South Carolina soldiers buried in Char?
lottesville, Va. Tho list should be carefully pre?
served, as it -will be useful for reference :
NINETY-SIX, ABBEVILLE DIST., S. C., >
December 20,18G6. J
Mr. Editor: Accompanying this yon will find a
list of the South Carolina soldiers who are buried
at the University Graveyard, near Charlottesville.
Va. The public aro indebted to Mr. Scharf, artist
at the University of Virginia, who, after six months
of constant work, gathered from the various hos
?ital records the names of all the Confederate
ead who are buried at the University Graveyard,
arranged them alphabetically, and drawing a plan of
the yard, by which any grave can be found; tho
numbers refer to thc grave; those left blank have
It may be well for me here to state that the Lite?
rary Societies of the University of Virginia, the
Washington and Jefferson, are endeavoring to
erect a monument to thc Confederate dead at that
place. To farther their work, they hope and ex?
pect aid from all the States. Committees were
appointed for most of the States; I am not certain,
but think there is no eommitteo for this State. All
persons desiring to aid them in their noble work
can do so by enclosing tho amount and directing it
to tho Jefferson Society of the University of Vir?
Hoping that the papers of the State will copy,
I am, gentlemen.
Yours, with respect,
J. MANEE LAWTON.
MesBrs. CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MOBTON,
Proprietors of the Charleston Daily News.
Adams, J D.
Atkins, W J.
? Armstrong, J B.
Allen, T J.
j?. Atkins, G.I
; Anderson, CH.
' Beck, J.
Bull, J C.
Baker, A J.
Bussey, Jas A.
Buchhalter, A J_-..
Bird, Lieut WB.
Barr, J H....
Cromer, G 3d.
Cathcart, J S.
Carthlidge, R W.
. Crossland, S.
: Cox, P V.
V Coiley, CS.
c Chapman, Lieut GP.
Crim, D L.
? Casey, G.
Compton, J A.
Coggins, D M.
Cox, J L...:.
" Claxton, W L.
Cook, W J.
Durant, J F.
Duncan, J C.
. Dennis, J H.
.;. Davis, J.
'." Dennis, E E.
-Davis, J L.
^,-Davis, W H.
Duncan, G H. .
! .-Drummond, J.
w . Etheridge, W.
^Edmunds, W F.'..
IS Evart, G F S.
Falkenburg, W J..
Heming, E W.
Griffin (MD), WB.
>>, Gardner, PT.
' Goodson, J.
Gladen, T L.
Giles, A J.
Hough, J F.
Hay, G J.
Hopper, C J.
Harbin, J B.
Hutchens, J S.
Jennett, W B.
. James, T.
Jordan. J F.
Knighton, J T.
Lukes, J H.
. Lee, Jas A.
;' Lamb, S.
J8? Lockridge, W L.
' ' Lane, Walter*.
? - McVeigh, J B.
fe McPherson, Saml.,...
vf. McBaniels, S.
j May, JA.
V McKenzie, GD.
'. McIntosh, R W J..,
J Moffitt, WW.
I McCarter, DAG.
fe.MoNab, W B.
? McEloy, W H.
. Merryweather, WN.
Martin, G W.
v McChuskey, W.
Martin, J B.
f. Motes, T F.
. Montgomery, JA.
Martin, Lieut N J.
? Miller, W L.?.
?j Morris, J H.
L* Neely, Wash'n.
r Nslson, H.
ff Neil, E F..-..,
f. Prier, J S.
1 Price, W J.
Presley, J B.
Presley, E N, father of J B Presley
J Parsons, RA..'.
Sf Pack, J H.
m Plunkett, PB.
H Palmer, SDt...
g Pugh W.
1 Hanson, RH.
Rollins, G W.
Robertson, J T.
Ramage, D W.
Rawls, J S.
B? Roof, M.
^ Smith, Wm.
i Sharp, EH.
Stone, F H.
.. Sullivan, WS.
S Shaw, G ST.
Pf Shiver, JP.
j Shumake, Samuel (or J).
i Shepard, S.
>. Sloan, Lieut T J.
?. Sparkman, A J.
Summers, J B....
R. Stubbs, LC....
? St Clair, G.:.
., Sloan, SM.
>'Sprigg, G W._.
.f Stringfield, E.
; Smith, JohnB_1.
G 6th, Oct 23 1861 Typhoid Fever
B 6th Nov 25 1861 | Typhoid Fever
G Hamp Leg'n Dec 7 1861 Typhoid Fever
G 5th Jan 22 18*2 Typhoid Fover
H 7th Feb 9 1802 Pneumonia
?E 6th Apl 21 18C2 Typhoid Fever
B 15th Dec 19 1862 Gunshot Wound
F " 13th Jan 22 1863 Pneumonia
A 1st Mchl31863 Gunshot Wound
B 5th Aug 22 1861 Typhoid Fever
K 7th Sep 7 1861 Typhoid Fever
I 8th Oct 5 1801 Typhoid Fever
A 8th Nov 5 18G1 Measles and Typhoid Pneumonia
E 8th Nov 8 1861 Pleuro-Piicumonia
K 7th Nov 18 1861 Continued Fever-Pneumonia
H 4th Jan 1 1862 Pneumonia
1 8th Jan 10 1862 Typhoid Pneumonia
F 3d Jan 12 1862 Pneumonia .
D 8th Jan 16 1802 Pneumonia
I 7th Apr 15 1802 Pneumonia
C 23d Oct 23 18G2 Compresso Cerebri
A 8th Nov 25 1862 Pneumonia
H 7th Jan 3 1863 Pleurisy
A l6t Jau 23 1801 Rheumatism
L lstReglars May 9 1804 Gunshot Wound.
I 3d May 21 1864 Gunshot Wound
I 5th cavalry Aug 29 1864 Gunshot Wound
B 5th Aug 6 1861 Typhoid Fever
H 6th Aug 25 1861 Typhoid Fever
K 7th Aug 26 1801 Typhoid Pneumonia
F 8th Rep 9 1861 Typhoid Fever
I 7th Oct 8 1861 Typhoid Fever
I 9th Oct 12 1861 Typhoid Fever
K 9th Oct 18 1861 Typhoid Fever
B 8th Dec 28 1862 Typhoid Pneumonia
G 9th Jan 13 1862 Pneumonia
D 8th Jan 14 1862 Pneumonia
H 9th Jan 20 1862 Pneumonia
B 9th Mch 2 1862 Pneumonia
F 4th Mch 29 1862 Consumption
E 8th Apl 10 1862 Pneumonia
L 7th Apl 29 1852 Pneumonia
D 14th Nov 14 1862 Pneumonia
H 2d Nev 21 1862 Erysipelas
C 6th Dec 4 1862 Typhoid Fever
K 1st Dec 21 1862 Pneumonia
D 3d Jan 15 1863 Pneumonia
I 2d cavalry Nov 18 1863 Pneumonia
K 3d May 22 1864 Gunshot Wound
G 13th May 22 1864 Gunshot Wound
G 1st June 1 1864 Gunshot Wound
G 15th June 291864 Gunshot Wound
B 6th cavalry July 1 1864 Gunshot Wound
A 6th cavalry July 22 1864 Gunshot Wound
K 20th Oct 20 1864 Chronic Diarrhoea
5th Aug 6 1861 Typhoid Pneumonia
D 8th Oct 7 1861 Typhoid Fever
2d Oct 14 1861 Typhoid Fever
I 6th Oct 18 1861 Typhoid Fever
A 8th Nov 1 1861 Pneumonia
H 6th Dec 8 1861 Typhoid Fever
F 9th Nov 14 1S61 Typhoid Fever
K 4th Dec 28 1861 Typhoid Fever
D 2d Dec 30 1861 Laryngitis Typhoid
G Hamp Leg'ni Jan 5 1862 Typhoid Fever
F 8th Jan 7 1862 Pneumonia
H 8th Mch 141862 Typhoid Fever
B 8th May 81862 Pneumonia
D 2d NovlO 1862 Pneumonia
G 13th Dec 20 1862 Gunshot Wound
E 1st Jan 2 1863 Pneumonia
K 6th Feb 19 1863, Acute Bronchitis
0 12th May 171864 Gunshot Wound
E 7th July 291861 Typhoid Fever
C 7th Nov 14 1861 Typhoid Fever
E 7th Nov 30 1861 Typhoid Fever
F 13th- Jan 14 1863 Gunshot Wound
B 2d Regulars May 9 1864 Pneumonia
L Guards 2d July 221861 Typhoid Diarrhoea
B - 6th Oct 25 1861 Typhoid Fever
G 9th Oct 27 1861 Typhoid Fever
E 6th Dec 4 1861 .
D 7th Mch 20 1862 Typhoid Fever
F 2d Sep 27 1862 Gunshot Wound
5th Aug 6 1861 Typhoid Fever
C 5th Aug 8 1861 Typhoid Fever
E 5th Aug 19 1861 Typhoid Fever
B 3d Nov 2 1861 Typhoid Fever
L 7th Nov 29 1861 Typhoid Fever
A 8th Feb 28 1862 Pneumonia
A 8th Mch 171862 Meningitis
A 8th Apl 24 1862 Chronic Diarrhoea
B 4th cavalry J'ne 131864 Gunshot Wound
B 6th cavalry July 26 1864 Gunshot Wound
5th July SO 1861 Typhoid Pneumonia
A 5th Aug 2 1861 Typhoid Fever
Bowen 5th Aug 5 1861 Typhoid Fever
1 3d Nov 30 1861 Pneumonia
D 8th Dec 15 1861 Typhoid Fever
D 8th Jan 2 1862 Pneumonia
B 6th Jan 7 1862 Pneumonia
H 8th Jan 15 1862 Pneumonia
H 4th Feb 1 1862 Pneumonia
G 9th Mch 30 1862 Pneumonia
K Holo'b Leg'n Sep 22 1862 Gunshot Wound
C 17th NovlO 1862 Pneumonia
E 2d Regulars Nov 27 1862 Pneumonia
D 2d May 6 1863 Pneumonia
E 3d Aug 9 1861 Typhoid Fever
H 7th Dec 15 1861 Typhoid Fever
G Hamp Leg'n Jan 8 1862 Pneumonia
L 7th , Feb 17 1862 Typhoid Fever
G 8th Mch 8 1862 Typhoid Fever
B 9th Mch 291862 Typhoid Fever
E 1st Sep 8 1862 Typhoid Fever
I Holc'b Leg'n Sep 23 1862 Typhoid Fever
A Hask*l Bat'y May 4 1864 Typhoid Fever
D 8th Oct 28 1861 Typhoid Fever
F 6th Oct 29 1861 Typhoid Fever
F 4th Jan 14 1862 Pneumonia
H 2d Feb 4 1862 Pneumonia
6th Aug 12 1861 Typhoid Fever
F 6th Sep 15 1861 Typhoid Fever
K 2d Sep 22 1861 Typhoid Fever
G 6th Nov 9 1861 Consumption
F 3d Nov 25 1861 Pneumonia
E 6th Jan 27 1862 Continued Fever
D 15th Nov18 1862 Pneumonia
E 15th Dec 19 1862 Consumption
E 15th Jan 30 1863 Chronic Diarrhoea
E 2d cavalry Apl 3 1863 Pneumonia
D 7th Jan ll 1864 Gunshot Wound
D 13th J'nel2 1864 Gunshot Wound
F 5th July 211861 Typhoid Fever
H 2d Aug 171861 Gunshot Wound
H 7th Sep 4 1861 Typhoid Fever
G 7th Sep 7 1861 Typhoid Fever
E " 9th Oct 16 1861 Pneumonia
C 9th Nov 23 1861 Bronchitis
E 9th Jan 14 1862 Pneumonia
E 4th Jan 20 1862 Pneumonia
H 5th Feb 24 1862 Typhoid Fever
L 7th Mch 101862 Typhoid Fever
C 7th Mch ll 1862 Typhoid Fever
B 8th Mch 211862 Typhoid Fever
F 2d Apl 18 1862 Pneumonia
0 7th May 12 1862 Consumption
K 4th May 19 1862 Pneumonia
G Hamp Leg'n J'ne 31862 Pneumonia
4th J'ne 9 1862 Catarrhal Fever
F 12th " Sep 14 1862 Typhoid Fever
B 1st Sep 22 1862 Typhoid Fever
D lBt Apl 30 1863 Typhoid Fever
D 1st cavalry Nov 8 1863 Typhoid Fever
C 2d Regulars May 10 1864 Tpphoid Fever
B 5th cavalry J'ne29 1864 Gunshot Wound
C 3d Aug 21861 Typhoid Fever
B 8th Nov 19 1861 Pneumonia
E Hamp Leg'n Dec 12 1861 Typhoid Fovsr
K 7th Oct 31 1861 Typhoid Fever
1 9th NovlO 1861 Consumption
I 7th Jan 17 1862 Pneumonia
L 7th Mch 12 1862 Intermittent Fever
Fr 6th Apl 13 1862 Pneumonia
Apl 17 1862.
E 14th Aug 23 1862 Typhoid Fever
M Palmetto S S Nov 14 1862 Pneumonia
G 2d Nov 17 1862 Typhoid Fever
H 14th May 161864 Gunshot Wound
D 4th cavalry J'ne 27 1864 Gunshot Wound
D 20th Dec 5 1864 Chronic Diarrhoea
F 4th Aug 2 1861 Gunshot Wound
D 8th Dec 14 1861 Typhoid Fever
H 4th J'ne 25 1862 Typhoid Fever
E 3d Mch 21862 Typhoid Fever
C 1st J'ne 201862 Typhoid Fever
B 13th Mch 26 1863 Gunshot Wound
" c 3d J'ne 9 1864 Gunshot Wound
H 20th Sep 13 1864 Typhoid Fever
D 3d July 20 1861 Pneumonia
E 5th Aug 1 1861 Typhoid Fever
E 7th Aug 4 1861 Typhoid Fever
H 8th Sep 3 1861 Typhoid Fever
A 3d Oct 30 1861 Hemorrhage of Lungs
H 7th Nov 1 1861 Typhoid Fever
A Hamp Leg'n Dec 12 1861 Typhoid Fever
E 4th Jan 1 1862 Typhoid Fever
F 8th Jan 14 1862 Pneumonia
H / 7th Feb 1 1862 Consumption
E 4th Feb 3 1862 Typhoid Fever
K 2d Feb 21 1862 Typhoid Fever
H 3d Mch 61862 Diarrhoea
K 8th Mch 101862 Typhoid Fever
A -6th Mch SO 1862 Pneumonia
H 11th Aug118 1862 Typhoid Fever
. - H 23d Sep 22 1862 Gunshot Wound
B Holc'b Leg'n Sep'22 1862 Gunshot Wound
G 15th Nov 141862 Pneumonia
F . 7th Nov 211862 Pneumonia
. '.J D' 2d Mch SO 1863 Dropsy ?- , . ?_
.Now Cemetery near Charlottesville,
Smith, T W.
Smith, J H.
Smoak, Lieut Vf F.
Stephens, J Vf.
Tecl, J T.
Treat, F Vf.
Tedder, B H.
Terry, Vf J.
Templeton, J L_
Vaughn, W J P_
Wood, S J.....
Water s, H.
Regiment; Bate of Death
Palmetto S S
' 2d *
5 th cavalry
Api 26 1863
Sep 19 1863
May 19 1864
Jno 1 1864
Jue 23 1864
July 29 1861
Sep 5 1861
Oct 20 1861
Nov 27 1861
Deo 6 1861
Dec 28 1861
Apl 18 1862
Aug 29 1862
Nov 26 1862
Feb 10 1863
Feb 12 1863
Feb 20 1862
Apl 30 1864
July 25 1861
July 28 1861
Oct 1 1861
Oct 22 1861
Dec 4 1861
Dec 23 1861
Jan 20 1862
Jan 21 1862
Jan 8 1862
Feb 23 1862
Aug 10 1862
Dec 21 1862
Jan 24 1863
Feb 9 1863
May 15 1864
Jne 23 1864
Jne 25 1864
Gunshot Wound j
EXTRA FENDERS, FIRE BASKETS, ASH SIFTERS,
BLOWERS, and other parts of Grates furnished promptly hy
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
November 15 Imo NO. 297 KJNG STREET.
COOKING STOVES AND RANGES,
WE ARE NOW PREP ABED TO FURNISH OUR FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur?
nish the very best article of every class, and WE GUARANTEE
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE WF
AMONG OTJE RANGES THERE IS THE
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTT'S PATENT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever
made in America, and one that combines all the best and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWART'S PATENT COOKING STOVE,
Which, to all the usual conveniences of the best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smoke;.a spacious CLOSET for keeping food hot when
cooked, and a detached ROASTER of ample size, warranted to
roast all meats perfectly. This STOVE is admitted to be the most
perfect thing of the kind? and we will take pleasure in showing
Lt to all who may call upon us.
SHEPHERD & COHE3ST,
Ko. 397 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
No. 449 KING-STREET,
POUH DOORS 3STORTH O IP OALHOUN,
gEEP CONSTANTLY IN STORK A F?LL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
CHOICE FATyTFLY GROCERIES,
ALES, WINES, XJXQTTOXIS, <ScC_3
WHICH THEY ARE SELLING AT REASONABLE PRICES.
GOODS PURCHASED FROM US WILL BE DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, RAILROAD
?EPOTS. Ac, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THE TRADE, AT THE SIGN OF
THOMAS J. FLACK & S
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
a, wm, row, ii,
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
BJ^-I-?TID^CO^E^ IVE zo.
A LARGE STOCK OS* THE FINEST GRADES OF
)LD MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
ILKS, WOOLLENS, BROADCLOTHS, CISS1ERES,
- FLAWS, BLANKETS, BALMORAL AND DUPLEX SKIRTS,
FRENCH CORSETS, REAL LACES, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, ALEX
ANDER'S KID GLOVES, '
IOUSEKEEPING GOODS, such as Linen Sheetings, Pillow Casings and
Towelings, Curtain Stuffs, &c., many of direct importation.
Lre Offering froirt Deceniber 1st to Reduce Stock, at
UFFERHARDT, CAMPSEN & CO.'S,
f?. E. CORSER KINO ASD MARKET STREETS.
?3T" N. B.-Messrs. 3. CLAUDIUS MILLER and J. B. W, PHILLIPS are with us, and Will be hippy to serve
WE, HA VI SS PURCHASED VALUABLE
manufacturing Tinware extensively in ;
the attention of Merchants and Dealers
Having greater facilities than any other
our Coeds as low as (hey can be bough
HO. 297 KING STE
DRUGS MD MEDICINES.
A Large and carefully selected Stock
.WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
OUR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS ARE IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under the super
vision of experienced Chemists, which enables us to re?
commend them as pure and reliable in strength.
We keep on hand all articles to be found in a first-class
Drug Store. Fresh additions are received by every
JSS" PRESCRIPTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
North of Market.
2. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
DRS. RAOUL & LYNAH,
Market and King Streets.
LLFRED RAOUL, M. D.A. M. LYNAH, M. D.
A RE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AND
r\ well selected stocks of
JRUGS AND MEDICINES
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
COMBS, BRUSHES, Sec., Ste,
Vhich they offer to the Public and the TRADE in gen?
ial at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and examine
>nt up at all hours, day and night, with the greatest care,
jg?r" Country orders solicited. thstu November 8
L Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
LND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
[T BREAKS UP THIS TERRIBLE DD3EASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and. removes at once all the wretched
ymptoms cf this loathsome malady, such as Fain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of the B rea th?
ug Tubes, Repulsive Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
lars, Absent-Mindedness, Mental Depression, Di inness ol
Tsion, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough; restores the sense
if Taste and Smell, and permanently cures the disease in
ll its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment, like the disease,
3 peculiar. In consists of the inhalation of harmless li?
quids from the palm of the hand. The immediate relief
t affords is alone worth ten times the cost ef the rem??
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out. Inform a
ion never before published. Call at our nearest Agency, .
r send a stamp for it.
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street,
Drs. BAO?L & LYNAH,
November 1 thstuOmo Agent for Charleston.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
IMS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES, tb
)ld\Drag House of Haviland, Steven?
son & Co.,
NO. 23 HAYNE-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
ND ARE PREPARED TO SELL AT MOST REASON?
Purchasers will do weil to caU.
November 14 Imo
GEO. J. MELS, LACY & CO.,
thirteenth and Chesnut Streets,
We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete as
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a suit of Furniture win appear
their house, and can from these rooms make a better
lection than they can from furniture promiscuously
cced in Urge w?rseooms. 2,-nos November 26
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
?rokers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION REAL ESTATE.
MACHINERY FOE THE PURPOSE OF
ill its branches, would respectfully call
> throughout the country to cur Wares?
House in the State, we are able to offer
t in Kew York, with the expenses added,
D & COHEN,
CHARLESTON WEEKLY NEWS.
THE PUBLISHERS OF THE "CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS" hare great pleasure in stating to the public that
they have commenced the publication of
"THE WEEKLY NEWS."
THE J ATM OF THE PUBLISHERS "WILL BE TO
"THE WEEKLY NEWS"
THE BEST WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISH?
ED IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
IT WILL CONTAIN:
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READING FOR THE FAMILY CIRCLE
POETRY AND LIT KR A RY MATTER
ABLE BPTTORTAT.fi ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE DAY?
IT HAS MORE
rhan any other Weekly published outside of Nev
SUBSCRIPTION TERMS-ONLY $3 A YEAR. NO
SUBSCRIPTION RECEIVED WITHOUT THE CASH.
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November lg . g_
THE MARION STAB,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, 1?
published at Marion, S. C., in the centra! portion
f the country, and ?fters a favorable medium to Me**
hanta, Druggists, Machinists, and all classes who deidre
3 extend their business in the Pee Dee country.
For the benefit of our advertising patrons, we shall, in
ddition to our subscription list, which ia constantly ta?
re aning, publish and distribute gratuitously 3000 extra -
oples of the STAB, during the business season thia
Rates of Advertising liberal.
v W. J. MoKERALL,
November 20_Editor and Proprietor.
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No risk no gain." " Send on your cards and increase
our trade this fall. There's nothing to equal Printer's
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