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TOWN AND COUNTY.
SATURDAY, January 54, $ t : 1850.
TERIMs oF Tim NEws AND. IERALD.
--Tri-weekly edition, four dollars per
annum, in advance; weekly edition,
two dollars and fifty cents per annum,
in advance. Liberal discount to clubs
of five and upwards.
RATES OF ADvERTIslNO.--One dollar
per inch for the first insertion, a ad
fifty cents per inch for each subseq Aent
insertion. These rates apply to ill ad
vertisements, of whatever nato re, and
are. payable strictly in advan e. - Con
tracts for three, six or twelve months
made on very liberal terms. 'T'ran
sient local notices, fifteen cents per
line for the first insertion and seven
and one-half cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. Obituaries and
tributes of respect charged as adver
tisements. Simple anouncements or
marriages and deaths published free or
charge, and solicited.
All communications, of whatsoever
nature, should he addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Company'
Wiml sboro, . C.
Drugs and Medicines-W. E. Aiken.
Cotton sold yesterday at 12 cents.
The cases in theSupreme Court, in
volving the freight charge on cotton
were heard on Friday. The judg
ment of the Court will be awaited
with deep interest.
Mr. W. A. Aiken, of Bal
timore, has been appointed general
supervisor of the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad. lie is a civil
engineer of large experience.
We are requested to state that White
Oak Grange will meet on the last. Sat
urday in the present month. A full
turnout of the members is desired, as
business of interest. and importance
will come up for consideration.
Much valuable time is saved by
promptly treating a cold at its first ap
pearance. Nothing takes the place of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for coughs,
colds, irritation of the throat, etc.
Price 25 cents. *
Greenville has another new paper.
Mr'. A. M. Howell, former publisher
of the News, and a journalist of long
experience, has sommenced the publi
cation of a weekly under the style of
the Chronicle. The initial "number is
very handsomely gotten up, and the
matter is good. Such a paper ought
to qucced, and we trust Mr. Howell
will do tyell.
PEnsosAL.--Mr. Samuel. DuBose,
who used to live in Winnsboro some
years ago, was on a shortuivisit here on
Thursday. He is in flue health and in
equally fine spirits.
Judge A. C. Haskell, the Presi
dent of the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad Company, passed
down to Columbia on Thursday, after
a itayi of some days in New York and
Washington, whore lhe had beeni look
ing after some important business for
his Company. The Judge is looking
USES OF OLD NEwsPAPERS,-One of
our exchanges tells of the uses to
* which old newvspapers may be put after
fnrnishing, the family with its share of
reading matter: Qid newspapers are
useful In many waf~e. Under carpets
they save wear. AId keep the .floor
warnmerby covering the cracks. Over the
edge of each step, under .stair carpects,
they ars almost indispensablo, amid.
servo a.better purpose than clums~y
* ar'pet pads. 'A niewspaper foided
across the chest and buttoned under
thie outer garments, protects the luligs
in a long cold. ido. Newspapers are
equal to chamnois' skin for rubbing
*indows after they are washed and
wiped. Zinc under stoves is better
polished by rubbing with dry paper
than by wvashing. Dampened paper
is good to rub up azud brighten the
THE HEssIAN FLY.-The Hessian
fly seems to be committ lug ravages in
various parts of the State. The York
ville Enquirer says: "Our Rock
Hill correspondenit reports sad havoc
-with wheat and oat crops in that sec
tion of the county, caused by the Hes
siani fr. -Our Chester correspondent
also,makes a similar report from that
coumnty. We learn that the fly is also
very destructive to the crops in the.
Bullock's Creek or south-western part
of the county. Our informant, Mr.
Guy, of Bullock's Creek, says they ap
pear in myriad., and in point of num
bers may be estimated by millions.
They are described as being a little
larger than.the commoni white weevil.
We learn thlat the fly is also working
serious injury to the crops in Union
county. Their presence is attributed
to the unusually warm weather of the
The Newos and Courier, in a recent
publication, says: "At a meeting of'
the stockholders of the Carolina Na
tional Bank, held this morning, the
following-na~med gentlemen were elect,
edi directors: C. Blduknight, W. A.
Clark, John S. Wiley, J. B3. E~zell and
IL'S. Desportes, of Columbia, James
Ii. Orr, of Anderson, 3. L. Yongue of
Union, and As . lutchinson, of Rock
11111. At a subsequent meeting of
the board of. directors 'C. Bouknight
was ohosen president, 0. J. Irede'l,
Doll bookkeeper." Mr. Ri. 8.. Des
porte., though at present having a
portion of . bis business, intei-ests - iri
Coluombia, is a resident and merchant
of Fairfield. Mr. Desportes oppned
a store at Ridgeway just-after the war,
his ofpital, if we mietake not, being
tb%0roeds of the sale of his wiar
eteed, and he has been very-successfil.
RI. Ie~ionsq direetox' of a bank withe
w~4ci hehad pytfouiy pot be9n
idqtit4 i q~te,i omtpliment botirto
. THE 8TATR GRANGE.
Tlio Annual Meeting to bn Ield In Charles-,
ton--The Iwuportanco of a Full Atteidanco
Col. James N. Lipscomb, Master of
the State Grange, has issued the fol
lowing circular to the Patrons in South
By resolution and request of the
Executive Committee of the State
Grange of South Carolina, approved
and endorsed at this office, the next
annual ieeting of the State G.4irange
of South Carolina will be held in
Charleston, instead of Columbia, on
Tuesday, the 84 of February, 1880.
This meeting will be one of the most
important ever held' in this State.
Questions and matters of vast interest
and vital ilnportauce to the Order, to
AgriculJurists and to the 'whole coun
try, will be considered, acted upon
It is ilost desirable, and I most e-rn
estly urge, that every representative
entitled to a voice and a vote be
present. Let every Grange be repre
sentented and by all means every
county. If there is no Pomona or
"live' Grange, then revive a "(or
maut" one and let it send representa
tives. Besides, I invite, request and
most cornestly urge every "Master,
Past Mlaster and their Wives, it of the
degree of Matron," to attend, without
regard to whether their Granges are
"(ol alit" or not, or whether they
individually are "clear upon the
books," and in possession of the un
written work. I assure them arran
gements will be made for all to partici
pate in and hear all discussions, &c.
The action of the National Grange
latel1 itet ill session1 at Canantdaigua,
N. 1., ni many questions and our own
peeuliiar surrouidi"gs, 1maike the cont
sideration of matters inperative 111)on
us as Patrons, iarmers an(1 citizens.
Matters of business and trade are to be
considered, determinied a11(1 arranged
that will be beneficial, financially, to
any Patron or Farmer-arrngement s
thilt will, if siccesstfl, rec ove eliiirelv
the difliculties of' Patrons desirinb;
pecuniary benefits tbrougl the Gr an1ilges.
Let every Patron come who call and
who feels aiy interest inl his wife and
children, his' business, his State and
country, and lie will be aintly repaid
by benefits received and duty done.
The best arranigeluents will be inade
with railroads and hotels.
Mr. E. L. Roche, Master of Ashley
Grange, No. 1, extends a cordial wel
come to all Patrons visiting the city
during the. meetinig of the State
Grange. A rrangeinouts have been made
with the differeut railroads for reduced
rates of fare. The rate on the Char
lotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad
will be four cents per mile for the
round trip. The hotels in Charleston
have also reduced their figures, as
follows: Pavilion Hotel, $2.00 per
day; Waverly House, $1.50 per day.
There will doubtless be a large attend
ance of Patrons from all parts of the
State, and a fine time may be antici
MATTERS IN MAINE.
A Mora Peaceful Aspect--The Fusion Legle
laturo Meets, but Transacts No lusiness.
AUGUSTA, January 22.-The Fusion
governor denies that lhe ever issued ani
order caillinmg out troops. Hie declares
the report ai Republican inivenltion to
throw discredit upon01 him ; that ther (10
not propose to r'esort toe arms, although
substantial offers of meni and1 amub ni i
tion have beeni made out of the State.
Representative Frank 1Hill, of thme
Fusion House, says State Treasurer
Charles A. White wvill withinl 48 hours
begin paying money to Fusion mcem
hers in nleedl of funds. White will nmot
give up tihe ofile of treasurer, to wiVich
11e was re-elected by the Fusionists, to
Republican Treasurer HIolbrook, wh o
was electedI yesterday. Treasurer
White's bondslfien ale strong Fusion
istt, and it is said wvill back him up in
paying the Fusionis.
The comiions101 of Governor
Smithl's staff' bear the seal of the State.
BOsTON, January 23.-The II&rald's
Augusta special says the Republican
State gtvernment 'is still vigilant in
keeping guards at the State House and
troops at thle armories.
The Fusion Legislature met to-day
with uiiished members, bit
transacted 110 business of importance.
its members are discussing a prop,osed1
removal to Portland or .Biddeford.
Fusionist Representative Staples took
his seat ini the Republican House this
morning, and says others will follow
AUGUSTA, ME., January 23.--in the
Fusion Senate to-day a motion was
made to proceed to business.
.Mr. Atwvell opposed thle motion, say
ing: "Let us go mnto the State House
Legislature or go home." Strictland,
Ellis and othIers also opposed proceeds
ig to business. Penmbng action a re
cess was taken to 4 p. In.
Mr. Smith, Fusion Governor, told a
reporter to-day that under the p resent
cir'cumstanlces lie should not deem it
advisable to go in, but if ' we hlad pos
session of thG State House the Repub
licans would not get in without blood
is everywvhero admitted. The stock of
the company named after tihe inventor
is also feeling the effects of deferred
expectations. In illustration of the
latter statemeint the fact may be meni
tiened that the stock which ini conse
quence of recenit sensationmal publica
tionls went uip to $3,800 per shiarne on
December 80, 1879, was quoted yester
day at $1,600
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A N additional supply of Drugs and
.l Medicines, Paints and Oils, Per
fhmery and Fancy Articles,- have just
been received at the Drug Store of
Next door to Gooding & EllIott.
Ti E undersigned begs leave to inform
Lhis customers and the public gener
ally that lie is prepared to give satisfac
tion to all who may favor-him with their
H.I Q. HUTOIJESON
will shave you with faclity.-ontting
4yoing and dressing in thie latestaX
esOt approved style., *ith
At heO Nirber 6 und Shla n-.
rIE membors of Cos. ( and 1, 12th
C. V., ar< earnestly r'rquet3ted to sit
tend to a quartorly meeting of ourCounty
Assocmation on Saturday, .Jmtuary 2Ith,
it I1 o'clock, in the cot.rt-house at Winus
By order of the P'resident.
J. It. lt(OY LJ*,
jan 15- txtd Cur. lecty.
PUrE WHITE O1L.
-150 DE(J1"i'S FIIrE TEST.
W E recotmmend the Jr'XlT1 T.
OL ats a safe illunminator. It. '
is clear and white is water, consequently
tives a brilliant light, with very lit(lt
)dor. Try it. ''hu price is less thao
'ver. J. M. HEAT1'Y & CO.
MR. T. K. ELLIOTT haS this day
day withdrawn from the tirmll oI I
lutthews & Co. Ti undersigned will
yontinuthe LioGroccry busines~s under the
;amIo name and stytt as her,tof re. (i
JNO. P. MAT'lI'1WS, JR., ti
.J. I1. CUMMINUS.
Winnsboro, S. C., Jan. 1, 1860. fu
COME AND SEE
onor & liallIs.
-FINE Walnut Clocks, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Jewelry of all descri)
ions, Sterling Silver and Platedware.
Car"vers, Bread, Table and Pocket
Fine China and G lass Tea-Sets.
Pitcler:s, Preserves, Goblets, ''unim
FANCY GOODS :
Vases, Toilet Sets, Mgs, Cu s, &c.
Lamps and Lmnp Burners whici mImake
tecidenis implo.Ssible. Violins, Bows,
trings. &c. C
- --- -- ril
FIRST PREMI'M AWARDED AT THE
GEORGIA STATE FAI It.
For Cheapness, Simplicity and
Durability this Sheller stands with
ut a rival.
PR ICIE, O KLY$5.O0.
R. S. DESPORTES & CO.,
Agents, Ridgoway, S. C.
For Salo by
UI. G. DESPORTES,
Winmnsboro, S. C. '
GREAT ECITME NT
JUST ARRIVED One of the finest as
sortment.a of Liquars in thme Borm. Oneo
Bamrrol of Gibson's (elermatedi Old Nectar,
18410; 'Three Blarmrols of lIne olid Rye W~his
koy: 1st, Old1 Immperial Cabinet Whmiskey,
) years old; 2nd, also, time Mabel Bello, 9
~litto; 3rd, Roanoko Rye, thme oldest, 18
Sitto. Cor'n Whliskey of theO best grades.
Northm Carolina Corn,8woet anl d Sour Mash.
af the best grades. Also, Wines and Ba, I
iies of time finest brands, I have also a
sn'. lot of Cigars and Tobacco which I
will dmsoose of at reasonable prices forn I
3ashm only. Give me a call, and I will treat
you right. P'hiladelphuia Lager Beer al
ways on hand from time celebrated firm of
Bierger and Enigei. You can finrd ma at
dll times at thme B'ar under the Winnsboro
liotel, next door to D. RI. Fbennikcen's.
Dall and seo me. J. OLENDINING.
NOTIOE 'kO ORtEDITORIS.
STATE OF SOUTHL CAR OLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFlELD.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John L. Black, Admnr. of tihe Estato of Mar
tha K. Black, Deceased, vs. N. Austin
Black, et al
URSUANT to an order of Court, made
.L in the above-stated cause, all crodi
tors holding olalmns against time Estate oft
Nirs. .mrthma K. Bilaek, deceased, are re
quired to estblish thom before me on or
before the first day of February next.
W. HI. KEltR,
C. C... . . .
NEWV YALE 0IIAII DESK
BOOK AND COPY REST.
ONE of thme handiest and most po pu
lar' inventions of moder'n times. Can
bie attached to any arm-chmair without (3
Lmrouble. Prilce, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.60. a
LIor particulars, add ress
W. McBRIDE SMITH, AoT.,
Sjan 0-tI' Winnesboro, S.C. *
The friends of Mr. James G. Heron, of
salem, respeotfully nominate him,f'or the
>flieo of County Commissioner at time en
mning election-subject to the action of
~he Democratic primary.
Messrs. .IiWora: Please announce Mr.
r. Preston Cooper as a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for sherift at the
tomfing.eleotion (subject to the decision
f the primary election) and oblige many
rienids in the.
SoUTOWEBTEnN PonLTIoN OF THlE COUNTY.4
M500T ***enaaom-or *g,At ada
nonl do as well m ien, I any make more
an the a inount stated ab)ove. No one can tfit
make m easy fast. Atmy one can dotlme wok.
(Qan mmake fromn50oets. to $9 nhtt y
on our evenings (ad spa~ Lime to th~e
i Nohng like it. fQr Im e, ma n
mve'or6edneo-re. .Businese Dl4th
~rotypm9riles Reader, It iruact
he il e besot a rs
sioz(.1. POtan .
0 THE CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD:
II AVE estab,lishc'd a Sale Stable at
'inusboro, ai amt prepared to
11 stock stock on er, accomtnicat
I 't"ts, either tihr rash or on timne
itil next taIl ror ne"gotialble paper
rhstns wishmig to buy or swap will
a well to cll on inc before liurchas
I will also pray the higlhest cash price
CORN A7'D FODDER
Delivered at my Stable on Congress
reet, located one door sonth of the
EW ' GOOI)S.
IGHT Barrels, New Crop New
J Orleans Molasses.
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
ackson's Best Family Flour.
Consisting in part of Mule and
[orso Shoes, Nails,. Trace Chains,
PRed Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
heese and Mraeroni, Raisins, Cur
ints and Cilron, CHEAP FOR
I. LR. S IA: IOO.
Mince Moat. Famous New Eng.
md Brand Apple Butter-very fine
-Ginger Preerves, Leo & Porrin's
1orces;tershird' Sance, Baldwin's
'omnato Catadp, Cooper'si Golatine,
~?;filson' Cornetd Beef,in 2 lb. Cans.
~AT MEAL, PURE AND FRESH.
A nowv lot of Cassimoeres, Jeans,
Ladies' and Gonts' Shoes.
Clothing, Hats, White Goods,
pomnestic HJome spun, Drills, etc.
It wvill pay you to call on us be
J. F. MoMASTER & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
~o fte Pub>lic;
Why not insure your property? Soo
ie cost of a per diem expense:
Daily Cost of insuring $1,000 at. 3 por
ent per annum is only 8) Cents.
A t 24 per cent. per annum is only 7
At 11 per cent. per annum is only 4
At 1 per cent. por atnn is only 2$
A t per cent..per annum is only 2c.
A t 2por cent for Syears is only 1.88
A t 14 per cent. for 3 years is only 1.35
At 14 per cent. for 5 years is only 0.8
At '2 per cent. for 5 years is cnly 1.10c.
Dwellings in town or count y, detach
,insura blo at tho following ?..es, viz.:
For one year i per cent.
For three years 14 per ce'nt.
For five years 4 per cent.
Barns and contents, gin housos, baled
atton, store houses, merchan dise, mills
ad churchbes insurable at adegniate rates.
represent only the very beet conmpa
ies of long exporlenc and well establish
JAMES W. LAW,
nov 22-Om - Aet
GOODING & ELLIOTT.
Having associated ourselYes toget her
for the purpose of carryig Oil the
GROCERY AND SUPPLY TRAI)E,
We beg to Inform our friends and the
public that wehave on hand a ftullstock
of (otlees, Sugars. Flour, Molasses,
Iluckwheat, I1a111, Canned (:oods, etc.,
together Iith1 llaconl Meal, Shoes,Nails,
and1(1 all such articles a' are required bi
persons desiring advalnces.
Wae are also prepared to furnish first
class Gulanos lit fiair ril'es.
It. C. (()ODING,
jal' lr5-3n ' .
SF, respectfully call the attention of
tho public to our now lot of
Goods, and request an inspection of them
before purchasimg Our goods have been
carefully selected, bought. at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought front anyhbody anywhere.
We would call tho attention of the
'adies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, hosiery, etc. A very pret
ty assortent of Ties and other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgings, Frillings, etc. in
Our (onta' Goods department is con
pleto in every thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseys,
Flannels, HIonespuns, Blankets, &o., w.
are full up, at the lou cst prices.
SUOES! SHOES 11 SUOES! 1!
Come and examine our Shoes before
bsuying. Call and seo our stock, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap aR anybody.
oi' We are agents for J. & P. Coat.'
pool (otton. and lelding Bros. & Co.'s
pool silk-New York Prices.
oc 7McMASTER, BRICE & CO.
CHil STM A S
And I am prepar(1 to sell you all
the nice things you want for the Hioli
dlays, such as Apples, Oranges, Cocoa
nuts, Citron, Pressedl Figs, Currants,
Raisins in Boxes, half and quarters.
Al monds, Walnnts, Pecans, Brazils,
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Strips,
Wilson's Corned Beef, Salmon and
Sa rdinues, Lobsters, and1( Oysters, Pino
Apple and Peaches, Potted Meats or
Sky Rlock ets, Cannon Crackers,
Romauin Clandlea, Torpedoes, etc.
Give mec a call.
W HI. DONLY,
dec 18 0On the Corner.
MER RY -
FULL STOCK of the choicest and
most varied assortment of Goods
for t.he Holidays,
WVe invite the public's bttention
particulai ly to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
These are extra cheap and worth
an early inepection.
Ladies'pSilk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Hardly.chiefs in Boxes at the very
P.WL1DERER & 1111.
Buy Notions, Whuite Goods, IIosiery'
and Calicoes at the corner store of J.
M. Beaty & Co.
J. M. Boaty & Co. are selling Cloth
ing, Hats, Rubber Suits and Soes at
lowest cash prices.
Remember .. Bheaty & Co. make
.a specialty of thle Bay State Standard
Screow Shoes, at the store on theocorner.
A nice stock of good Latundried and
U'nlaundried1 Shirts, Collal's, Neck wear
&c., at J. M. Bleaty & Co.'s corner
Elegant Cashmeres, Momie Cloths,
Worsted, Alpacas Dross. Linings,
Cr1iolineo, &c., at i. M. Beaty & Co.'s
You,will aind Bleached Goods, Boa
Islatndl Goods,' Domestics, Tlckhnge,
K6rs e and Jeans at the corner store
of J. Behlaty & Co.,
Groceries ofall kin4e diftdy, Crack
era, batncco,Cocoy Woo eware,
PlowW (tter '8 l rOar etc
al lhsOO J a& sO'npI *th$Muut
in workminship is egnal to a Chronon
ed ns a first-Qlass Piinmo. It roceive(
nd Centennial E:xpositiors. iT SE\'
othor fachino4. Its capatcity is unliln
MACHINES sold in the United Statoi
()thers. 'Tho WILSON MENDING A
of repairing VITH OU' PATCIHING
WANTED. } WILSON SEwJ
SP OL COTON.
TR AD E
400 ROADWAY, NEWI' YORK.
The distinctive features of this spool
rottc n are t.hat it is mnado from the very
SEA IST1ND COTTON.
It is finished soft as the cotton from
which it is made; it has no waxing or
attitioial finish to deceive the eyes; it is
theo-strongest, smoothest. and most elastic
W H lIj l E S P OO 2
ttc ndres-matkers evea wbro us them~nr
A l Medl was awrOdTTO.iapo
et awar gihen fr soo cottnfo
Weio itviso caop as no respectfulr
asktiaiolish to ii ai eria; and isn
vineothmovest uofts supdiorit eri
To~Vg head at whleao nd~t freif
Theis'c is the imon puorico
seioab a stod b pimteb Unitelvtaes
renderinent. To pregulr "mllont
A GldMLdIU.Il Gn.lSO T..spo
oupornnWn at $1.508$,fr gcmts rh
gallon. Digful for Xmasl otuj.
Toidls ad a rnoesals.drtalo
overnment Tevrglo mon
LU LY INVENTION.
NG M AC H INE
Ator Watch, and na olegantly finish..
the highcst awards at lho Vienna
S ONE-FOURTH FAS'ER than
ited. There are more WILSON
than the combined sales of all the
TTACHMENT, for ,doing all kinds
, given FREE with each machino.
[NG IAOHINE CO.
1. U.S. A.
OHNSON, LARK& O,
30 UNION SQUARE
vlAss- NEW-YORK. CIY.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
which is at once
a g r c o a b 1 e,
healthy, and ef
fectual for pro
hair. Fded or
gray hair is soon
restored to its
with the gloss and ,freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
checked, and baldness often, thougl&
not always, cured by its use. Noth
ing can restore the hair where the
follicles are destroyed, or the glands
atrophied and decayed. But such as
remain can be saved for usefulness
by this application. Instead of foul.
ing the hair with a pasty sodiment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its .
occasional lso will prevent the hi
from turning gray or falling oft; and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious subst an ces
which make some prleparations dan..
gerous, and injurious to the hair, the
Vigor can only benefit but not harm
it. If wanted merely for a
nothing else can be found. so desir..
able. Containing necither oil nor
dye, it does not soil whitec cambric,
and yet lasts long on the hair, giving
it a rich, glossylustro and a grateful
Prepared by Dr..1. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Cheilts,
THNE FRIEND 01? ALL!
HIOLLO WAY'S PILLS!!
'I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills
ye mno a hearty ono."
''Your Pilla are muarvolous."
"1 send for another box, and kroop them
in the houso.''
"Dr. Hollowvay has cured my headache
that waIs chronic.
.1 gave one of' your Pills to my babe
for cholera mnorbus. Th'ie dear little
thing got well in a~ day."
".\iy nausea of a morning is nosy
"Your box of holloway's Ointment~
cnred mec of noises in tho head. I
rubbed seome of your Ointmenit bebind
the ears, and the noise has left."
"send meo two boxes; I waiit one for a
"I enclose a (dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the mnedicino to me is worth a
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FoRt CU-rAdEOUSB DT8oRDERS,
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