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TOWN AND COUNTY.
Tribl%DAY. Mnuary da; : 1880.
Tiitkhs 0i TIIE NNWs ANI) I IERALD.
--Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars a.nd fifty cents peranium,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
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tracts for three, s.ix or twelve months
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subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tribtes of respect charged as adver
tisetments. Simple announcenients of
narriages andl deaths published free of
charge, and solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever
nat.urc, should he addressed to the
Winushoro Publishing Company'
Winnsboro, S. C.
Cotton sold yesterday at 12 cents.
Why can we not get up telephonic
communication between Ridgeway and
Don't forget Louise Poneroy to
morrow night. She is well worth see
ing, and the Winnsboro folks should
use the opportunity.
The bridge on Zion street, mentioned
a few days ago as being in bad condi
tion, has been renewed, and is now
in first-rate order.
Bad habits are easily contracted; so
are colds, and both are very hard to
get rid of. The colds are quickly and
stirely cured by Dr. Bull's Cough
At a recent meeting of the members
of the congregation of IopeielI Asso
tiate Reformed Church, it was agreed
that the pastor, Rev. John A. White,
should devote half his time to White
Oak Church in this county.
The Monticello Graded School has
opened with over sixty scholars. Col.
Jib C. Davis is principal and 1lrs.
Benjariin Scott has been elected as
sistant. The people of Monticello
deserve credit for their enterprise,
and we trust the school may be of
The new Methodist church at Black
stock will be dedicated, with appropri
[te services, on the first Sunday in
February. The Rev. A. M. Chreitz
berg, Presiding Elder of this District,
will preach the sermon on the occa
sioi. The Trustees of the church ex
tend a cordial invitation to Christians
of all denominations to worship with
the congregation on that day.
We noticed in a Northern paper, a
a short fime since, that the Davis Sew
ing Machine has found its way to Aus
tralia,.apd is extensively used in that
distant cotiuntry. If the machine
pleases,.people there as it has done here
in Fairfild, there wi-ll be ni o cause to
complain. .Mr. Boag, the agent for
this county, has sold a great number,
and the purchasers all say they are
T H E SUNDAY NEws.-Vith $ VidW to
supply a want long felt iln Charleston,
the proprietors of the Ng and Coit
rier' have recently comn:oticed the issue
of a Sunday paper, with the above
stated title. .The-Kagos contains, in ad
*dit.lon to .thehitest 1ocal and general
news, literary and .other matter spe
cially suited for Stuuay reading. 'The
paper is every way a.good one, and
bespeaks the tarte, skill and jualgmnent
that ehara'eteri zo all the journalistic ef
forts of its publishers. We ish it all
T[4 iHEssIAN FrY .--Farmers report
that the Hessian fly has recently .ap
peared in large numbers in the grain
fields around Winnsboro. Dr. Simp
son says Ils field of oats has been badly
injured, The fly seems also to be
giving trouble in Cheater. The Bul
letin says: "We regret to learn from
some of our faMunel's that the destrnic
tive Hessian fly has made its appear
ance in wheat and oats in this section.
This Insect Is also making fearful
ravages In Union county, In some In
stances destroying whole crops."
THE STATE LUNATIC AsYLUM.-We
acknowledge the receipt the fifty-sixth
annual report of the suiperintendent of
this institution--being the report for
* the year ending November, 1879. We
extract from it the following items
which will prov~e of interest; At the
* beginning of the year there were under
treatment 881 patients--280 white and
101 colored. Of these 20 were pay
patients and 811 State patients. Due
lng the year 162 were admitted, mak
ing tile wlhole number treated 498.
There wvere discharged, by recovery,
40, by removal 5, by escape 8, by death
61, and by release on trial 9-making
altogether 118. There now remain
875 patient.s, of whom 181 are mialo0
and 194 fem)ales; 252 are white and 128
are colored; 85p are state patients and
28 pay patients, There have been ad
mitted from'the founding of the in
stitution, In 1828, 1,709 males and t,
544 femlales--8,258. Of these j328
males and 471 females havo recovered.
THE GRIEENBAUKERB..-The Chester
.Bt*llod's of Tuesday, speaking of the
late Grteenback conference-in Washing.
ton, says s "Mr. J. Hendrir McLane,
the G4reenback man of Feasterville,
represented the (ireenbackers of this
*State, and Win, M, Coleman represont.
cd North Carolina. We see from the
Greenback Qfgan thtat Mr, MeLane
took a prominent part In the delibera'
tions of the conference and is a mnema
boar of several ormtnittees. .He is a
member of the committee ott Address
and Call, the duty of whichbeominittels
to pr.par oup 446., 14h ball de
clare to all the people the-principles of
the party, and look after the machinery
of the concern. Mr. McLane l'turned
last Wednesday from the Oonference.
In conversation with us, lie expressed
himself as very much gratified at the
prospects of his party, and is sanguine
enough to lay the unction to his soul
that the Greenbackers will yet show a
bold front in this State. Mr. McLane
is entitled to all the hope his cause can
inspire, but if we do not mistake the
sentiment of the people of this State;
we shall be most egregiously surprised
to see theim divide on account of the
finances. At any rate, we do not fear
a schism of any dangerous propor
tions." The Bulletin is quite right.
The people of South Carolina, having
had a taste of b(Ah good and bad gov
ernment, will hardly give up the one
and risk the other by running after
new fliiancial schemnest The natural
and inevitable result of a split among
the Democrnts of South Carolina
would le to remand the State to the
rule of the negro and the alien. Sitch
being the case, it is not reasonable to
suppose that Mr. McLane's financial
notions will prove so atlractive as to
lead any great number of white people
away from the fold of the Democracy.
The Feasterville Greenbaikers are
now making. a great mistake. They
ought to come back back at once to
the ranks of the party in which they
all tlid good service in '76.
-The Russian missionaries in Japan,
having succeeded In bringing over
to their faith some 4,000 Japanese, a
bishop is to be sent to Jeddo by the St.
-The executive committee of the
Baptist Missionary Union has voted to
hold its next annual meeting at Saratoga
Springs, and all the anniversaries will
be held at the same place next May.
-The largest synodical body that
Christianity can show, is said to be the
general synod of the State Church of
Prussia, which represents 16,000,000
Evangelicals. It meets once in six
years, the last meeting having recently
been held in Berlin.
Hom IDE IN GmENVIL.LE.-IIenry
Townseud, a stock trader from North
Carolina, shot and instantly killed
Jasper Deal at an ill-famed establish
ment in Greenville on Saturday night.
Deal was very drunk at the time and
had threatened Townsend with a fire
shovel. As Deal advanced on Town
send the latter fired on Deal with a
pistol within a few feet of him, the b.all
penetrating the brain. The coroner's
jury next morning returned a verdict
of felonious killing. Townsend has
made his escape.
BOGUS CENsUS TAKERS.--A Harris
burg (Pa.) dispatch says the latest
swindle on the farmers is the "census
taking." A gentlemanly fellow drives
up with blanks for statistics of the
farm-bushels of wheat, number of
cattle raised, acres under cultivation,
&c. Between the tables and! the foot
of the page, where the farmer signs
his name attesting the statement, is a
blank space, whose existence is ac
counted for as aff'ording roonm for mis
cellaneous information. -In a month
more thme farmer receives notice from a
neighiboring bank that his note for $140
is due0. He knows nothing of the note,
but Investigation shows that the "cen
sis-taker" has filled in the blank with
a promise to p)ay, which, being how in
the hands of anj innocent holder, must
be paid by the unlucky dupe.
A YEY PEsIsENT INQUIRY.
A lantern jawedI young man stop.
lped at the postofilce the other day, and
''Any thing foi the Wattres?"
rTe polite postmaster replied:
"No, there is not."
"Anything for Jane Watts?"
"Anythinig for Alice Watts?"
"Anfything for Bill 'Watts?"
"Anythiig for Tom Watts ?"
"Anything for 'Fool Joe' Watts?"
"No, nor Dick Watts, nor Jim
Watts, nor Sweet Watts, nor any other
Watts, dead, hivinmg, uin born, native,
foreign, civilized or uncivilized, savage
or barbarous, male or female, white or
black, en franchised or diesfranchised,
naturalized or otherwise. No, there Is
positively nQthingl for any of the
Wattses, either individually, severally,
jointly, now and forever, one and in
.i'he boy looked at the postmaster in
astonishment, and said:
''Please look and see If there is any
thing for John Thomas Watts?"---Aexi
T HE members of Cos. C and F, 12th 8.
.. C. V., are earnestly requested to at
tend to a quarterly meeting of ourConnuty
Assootation on Saturday, Jainuary 24th,
at 11 o'clock, in the court-house at Winns
By order of the President.
J. Rt. JJOYLES,
jan 15-txtd Cor. Secty.
MU. T. K. ELLIOTT has this day
day withdrawn from the firm of
Matthews & Co. The undersigned will
continue the Grocry business under the
same name and styht as heretofo re.
JNO. P. MATTHEWS, J.
J. H1. CUMMINGS.
Winnsaboro, 8. C., Jan, 1, 1880.
rp1 E undersigned begs leave to inform
L. his eateomers and the publie gener
ally that he Is prepared to give satisfAc
tio to all who may favor him with their
H. 0. HUTOIHESON
will shave you with facilIty--uttIng
dyeing and dressing in the latest and
mos6 approved style, with4
At the J..M. McOALL
AtteChampion Bfarber8hop and Sham
pooing Saloon, Winneboro. . O
PURE WHIITE OIL4
-160 DEQREE8 IflRE 7E8T.
'E re ommend the VESTAL
VV OLas a safe illuthinator. It is'
as clear and whit'e afs wafo,onsequegl
gives * briliant ligt iith very lii
,dor. ~rf It. Te. prce ia les. *ba
ever.. . tDAy4 00
ONE NtGiT ONLY,
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUAI 23, 1880.
Engagement Extraordinarv. The Beon Li.
iul and Talonted American Actress,
P 0 ME ROY.
Supported by Her Own Excellent Now
York Conpathy, Inlclu-linp the Popular
'I'ra-lgedian, W. H. LEAKE, when she
wil! appear in her now Society Comedy, the
An Episode in High Life. Louise Pome
roy as Edith Roylston. tho heartless
p.4r' lfot'withstanding the enormous ex
penso of this great talented actfess and
her Company, ohe has consented to stop
in Winnsboro for enc night, when she
ippears in her niow play. The admissions
ihave been put down to 501 and 75' to en
ible all to altend. No extra charge for
reserve.l selth now on sale at Miller's
Coifcctionaiy, jan 20-t2
(DOME AND) SEE
COlllor & ClillldIos.
FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry of all descrip
tions, Sterling Silver and Platedware.
Carvers, Bread, Table and Pocket
Fine China and Glass Tea-Sets.
Pitchers, Preserves, Goblets, Tum
FANCY GOODS :
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mugs, Cups, &c.
Lamps and Lamp Burners which make
accidents impossible. Violins, Bows,
jan 10 -
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED AT THE
GEORGIA STATE FAIR.
For Cheapness, . Simplicity and
Durability ths Sheller stands with
out a rival.
PRICE, ONL Y $5.00.
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
Agents, Ridgeway, S. C.
For Sale by
U. G. DESPORTES,
o fo, Winnsboro, S. C.
JUST ARRIYED one of theofinest as
sortmnents of Liquors in the Bore. Ono
Barrol of Gibson's Celebrated Old Nectar,
1840; 'Three Barrels of fine old lHyo WVhis
key: 1st, Old Imperial Cabincit Whiskey,
9 years old; 2nd, also, the Mabel Belle, 9
ditto; 3rd, Roanoke R yo, the oldest,18
ditto. Corn Whiiskov of the best grades.
North Carolina Corn, Sweet and Sonr Mash.
of the best grades. Also, Wines and Bran,
dies of tb e finest brands. I have also a
ina. lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will dia.>oso of at reasonable pries, for
cash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. Philadelphia Lager Beer al
way's on hand from the elebrated ftrm of
Berger and Engeil. You can find rno at
all timaes at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, nexL door to D. R1. Flenniken's.
Call and see me. J. CLENDINING.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS8.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
IN TUE COMMDON PLEAS.
John L,. Black, Admir. of the Estate of Mar
tha K. Black, Deceased, vs. N. Austin
Black, ot al
URSUJANT to an order ofCourt, made
in m e above-stated cause, all credi.
tors holding elaims against the Estate of
Mirs. .Martha K. Black, deceased, are re
quired to establish them before me on or
beore the first day of February next.
- W. H. KERIR,
0.. .C. P. F. C.
NEW lAEE CIlIIAI DESK
BOOK~ AND COPY REST.
ONE of the handiest and most popI..
Jar Inventions of modern timnes. Cn
be attached to any arm-chair without
trouble. Price, $3.60, $8.00and $2.60.
W McRIDESMiTH, AGT.,
jan 0-icWinnsboro, S. C.
I#oR COUNTY COlfMISSIONER.
Tho friends of Mr. James G. Heron, of
Balem,' respectfully nominate him for the
>ffide of County Commissioner at the on.
ining eleceflen-subject to the action of
he Democratic primary.
Afe,si. Editor-: Please announco Mr.
I; Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
D~emocratio nomiination for sheriff at the
oeming election (subject to. *he decision
>f the prinMar.p election) and oblige many
'riends in the
SouTE!wEsTsAN Pow'tzON 03 Tnd CouzNiT.
mae amoney fast. Ay06an d h ek
rot.n your eeing an spr,tm
her Off red beore. Busm . a~
TO 'rIE CITIZENS OF FAJIRFIELD:
I HAVE established a Sale Stable at
Winnsboro, and am prepared to
sell stock stock onl very accotnnuodalt
ing terms, either for cash or on time
u ntil next fall for negotiable paper.
Persons wishing to buy or swal) will
do well to call on me before purchas
I will also pay the highest cash price
CORN AND FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
Street, located one door south of the
Jan2 0 A. wIILL" 01Mo.
FIGHT Barrels, No- Crop NeA
'j Orleans Molasses.
A Fine Lot of Sugars--all grados
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Miilo and
Horse Shoch, Nails, Traco Chains
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur
rants and Citron, CREAP FOE
I. R. PLEN ii N'S.
Mince Meat, Famous New Eng
land Brand Apple I0utter-very finc
-Ginger Preserves, Leo & Perrin'F
Worcestershire Sauce, Baldwin'k
Tomato Catsnp, Cooper's Gelatino
Wilson's Coned f,in lb. ans
OAT MEALi, IPURIE AND FRESH
A new lot of Casshmeros, Jeans,
Ladies anid Gents' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Goods,
Domestic H'omespun, Drills, etc.
It will pay you to call on us be
fo' J.ro I. McMIASTEE & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
Why not insure your property? Set
the cost of a per diem expenso:.
Daily cost of insuring -$1,000 at 3 poi
cent per annuto is only 8) cents.
At 2& per cent. por annum is only7
At 1p per cent. per annum is only 4
At I per cent. per annuin is only 2}
atper cent. per annptn is only 2c.
At 2per cent. for 3 years is only 1.85
At 1. per cent. for 3 y ears is only 1.35
At 1 per ocni. for 6yoars is only 0.88
At 2 peor cent, for 6 years~ is only 1.1 c.
Dwellings in town or count y,detach.
ed, insurable at.the following b1tos, viz.
F'or one year ( por con t.
For tht'oe years I 4 per cant.
For five yars .1) per coDt,
Bartia and contents, gi?t houses, baled
cotton, store houses, merchand1iso, muilIs
and churches Insurable at adequate rates.
I re'presont only the veory best com pa
nices of long oxpericince arid well esta blish.
JAMES W. LAW,
GOODING & ELLIOTT.
having associated ou trselv('s toget her
for the purpose of carrying on tIe
GROCE'RY AND SUI.'PLY TRAD,
Wr beg to int>rln o'ut' frietnds and the
pul lic that. We havc on hand a full stock
of ( edm-es, Sugars. Fl+our, Molasses,
Buck wleat, ITstms, (.a nned (oo)d.s1, etc.
together vith laco;t Meal, Shoes, Nails,
and all such articles ats are required by
peronts dlesiringl; adv:aces.
We are also prepared to furntis': flest
class Uuanos at 1ai) prices.
T.J. K. ELLIUTT.
W E respectfully call the attentio n of
IY the publie to our new lot of
Goods, and r.(ituest an inspection of theni
beforo purchasitg Our goods hnvc becen
carefally selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would eall thG s'ttention of the
ladies to Our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods. llosiery, etc. A very pret
ty ass;ortutent of Ties and other Neck
Goods. lae<8, Edgin,gs, Frillings, ote. in
Oar Gents' Goods dopartimont is con
pleto in every thing.
.li bavy goods, ruch as Jeans, KCerseys,
Plannels, Ilomespuun, BIilankets, &c., ws:
are full up, at tho lowest prices.
S1JOES ! SHOES!! SHOES !!!
Come and examine our Shoes beforo
buying. Call and see our stock, and we
will convince you tlat wo sell goods as
cheap as anybody.
- We are agents for J. & P. Coats'
Spool Cotton, and Ilelding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk--New York Prices.
MoMASTER, BIIICE & CO.
IRIST M AS
And I ain preparOd to sell you all
the nice things you want for tli I Holi
days, such as Apples, Oranges, Cocon
nuts, Citron, Pressed Figs, Currants,
Raisins in Boxes, half and quarters.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils,
Frenchr Mixed, Cocoanurt, St rips,
Wilson's Corned Beef', Sahnonr and
Sard ines, Lobsters, and Ovsters, Pine
Arole and Peaches, P?otte'd Meats ox
al. kin Is.
Sky Rockets,.- Cannon Crackers,
Rlonmn Candles, Tio rpedoes, etc.
Give mec a call.
VULL STOCK of the choicest and
moat varied assortment of Goods
for thre Holidays.
We invite the public's attenti6m
particularly to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
These are extra cheay and worth
an early inspection.
Ladies' Silk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Handkorchiefs in Boxes at thre very
P. LADERKEU& 1R1O.
Buny Notions, White Goods, Uosiery
and Calicoes at the corner store of 3.
M. Beaty' & Co.
J. M. Beaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, UjatA, Rubber Suits and Shoes at
lowest cash prices.
Remember J. M. Beaty & Co. make
a specially of the Bay State Standard
Screw Shoes, at the store on tire corner.
A nice stock of good Lanndried and
Unlaundried Shir'ts, Collars, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. B3eaty & Co.'s gorner
*Elegant Cashmeres, Momlo Cloths,
Worsted, Alpacas Dress Linings,
Crinoline, &c., at 3. AL. Beaty & Co.'s
You will find Bleaohed Goods, Sea
Island Goodse Donirestics, Tickings,
K,orseys and Jeans athe co)'ner pte'
oj J. i oatf & Col
Grooerles of all kinds, Uandyj; rack
o'ra Tobaceoy Croket 3woodenware,
Plows; Cutl' / hm)t 26%dor, oto,
always in stoc at tia ol 4 t
in Worktn,tnrhipt is equal to a Chronou
ef as R first hoss l'itano. It roI'' ved
and Centennial 1".positiutrs. I'T HE W':1
ot.her iaie1s. Is en:nwitv i,; h niimI
MACI1.NES sold in t.hi n i03, .ts
others. ''he WL1ON Mi D.i1 N)i( A.
of repniring W.'' I.O UT PA' T H.N(.
WAUNTD, WILSON 8EW
CIllC('AGO , I
SPOOL0 0 C TTO' )N.
4 E0531(. A.' NE\\' YORK.
4.00 BRO(AD)WAY, NEW\\ YORK.
The distincetiVO fea ;tures oIf thiis synrA
c'otten are Ihat it is malte fr'u the erV I
')EA ISLAN) COTTON.
If. is tinirhaed soft .. iho c!;ttonr from
which it. is mid.e; it has 'no0 waxing or 1
arlilicinl finishi tc. dcccive the c.y(S; it i>: 1
the strong;et;t, smothest and mo1)11 ob)11)tie f
sI'wignt thread in the no1r ket; for uebine
sewing it lias 110 equatl; it is 0 wound ott
The Blacmk is the imet
J E: '1.' 2. L A (C I
ever prodneeted in spool cottoni, Leintg
dyed by a system puatonied by outrselves.
The)j, eclors are dyed by the
NEW ANll ANE Phorm)sS
renider'ing them I SO perfect. and14 brilha:ntI
that( dress-ma3kers over3y whero u:e the
ins'tea'd 0of sew'in I il ks.
A Gold Medattl was a1war4led thiis spool
cottont at Pariiis. Ih 18 ' ,.it for "g e t 'nth''
and ''generual ex '.':lb ne" heting t.he high.
est aw~ard g4iven for 4:pool CtIte.
WVo in3)vite4CI1 comparison andt3 i rospedtfully
askc hadies to g i . it a fair t riaul and nion
vinlCciemkol vOS of its sulperiority over
To bo had at, wholesalo andl retailo(f
J. 0. iO AG.
soized and sold by the United Statesi
G*ovor')1nen. The regular3 "moon
U. Gi. DESPORTES.4
Smuppornong Wino at $1.50 por
gallon. Dolightful for Xinas.
U. G. D)ESPORTES.
Dry GoodsJ, Clothing, Saddles,
Bridles and Harness.
Call and examineo my stock before
purchasing elsowheoro. SatisfactLion
U. G. DESPORT ES.
SMITH'I'S WORMW onL
SA1'!IiNS, G t)COerboy, 47 ,
Aion alhis~ sInco I gave my soh one dos" ot -
the Worm Ol nu tIhe next dla ho jpassedI 1
large worms.-At, he s'inoi Limo I gave o
passe$ t 8 e ivainsfo tO ou e 8 ado h o
WOltat OIh rfor aoo by t[er& lircei
oter Watch, and as elt Jhtyl tinisu.,
hle hit!;hesft (aards at 111'hViennal
S ON 'OJiUt.'I FASTE! than
te,d. There t:ro morc; WIL.TSON;\1
thito tohe cotblined 1jales o till tho
EJTACMtl EN'T, for doing ill kinds
S ie1 FB EE with each nutcliu.
IM MMOBINE CO.
DES 'AT E
- or ATO
OHNSON, LARK&4o' .t
S30 UNION S(UARE
S. KNEW-YORK CITY.
For restoring Gray Hair to
is natural Vitality and Color.
which is at once
a g r oea ble,
healthy, anud of
feetual for pre.
sr v ing the
hair.. Faded or
gray hair is soon
restored to its
'i:! thc :./oss and freshness of youth.
Phin hair is thi(ckened, falling hair
heekel, ani blkianess otten, thougl
iot always, cured by its use. Notir
ug can restoro the hair whore the
ullices are dest-royed, or the glands
troplied and decayed. But such as
enain can be saved for usefulness
y this application. Itnstead of fbul
ng the hair with a pasty sodiment, it
Vill kee) it clean and v'igorou3. Its
ecasional use will prevent the hair
rom turning gray or fitlling ol; and
~onsequtten tly preventa balder,s. Freo
-0om thoso deleterious substances
whiichi make somec preparaton dan-5
orous, antd injurious to the hair, tho
Vigor cani only benefit butt not harna
t. If wanted merely for a
iothing oIso can be0 found 80 desir
tble. Containing neither oil nor
1ye, it does not soil white cambric,
mdai yet lasts long on the hair, givino
t a rich, glossy lustre and a gr'atefulI
Prepared by Dr, . 0,C Aycr & Co.,
Z'ractical and A nalytial Chemaiats,
M1E F?RIEND) 01F ALL?I
10LJLO WAY'S PILLS!!
"I lad no appetc; ilolloway's Pills
V.O 100 a hearty onO."
''Your1 Pills ar10 mtarvolouis."
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Joncludo. UIAEU LODI,
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