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[OWN AND COUNTY.
$DsAt rebruary S. t : 1 181.1
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RAiLUOAD SciEDuLE.-Thi trains
iow pass Winnsboro as follows:
North-bound passenger, 11.40 a. in.;
south-bound, 5.15 p. in.; north-bound
freight, 8.38 a. m.; south-bound, 12.57
p. in. These arrivals are on the basis
of Winnsboro time.
Guano-R. J. McCarley.
Schools through the county ate at
last getting under way.
A peripAtetic glass blower* amused
tue juvaniles of town on Tuesday.
Lawyers are busy preparing for
court, which meets Monday week.
The wood famine has induced a
number of persons to look into the
comparative cheapness of coal and
Jupiter, Venus and the Moon form
ed a triangle on Wednesday evening
and presented a brilliant spectacle well
R. M. Wallace's appointmeutas Dis
trlet Marshal of South Carolina has
again been rejected by the Senate. le
still holds by appointment of Chief
Justice Waite. This is the way the
Rads get around the Constitution.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mr. R. J. McCarley, who will
furnish several of the lepding brands
of fettlliters on very liberal terms.
He will also continue in the market as
a cotton buyer, and will, as hereto
fore, give the highest prices for the
The people of Charlotte and Meck
lenburg county are considering the pro
piiety of raising a hundred thousand
7 dollara an&.expending it on the public
roads. This is a hint to the people of
Fairfield. Ten or tVweity thousand
dollars laid out in this way would save
a vast amount of horse flesh.
The-weathei is still yariable. Tucs
*7 afternoon was comparatively
o ~t ic with the wind due wvest. but
. atbefore dark 4t changed directly to
the north, and in a few minutes the
* temperature .fell several degrees.
Wednesday was cold. Farmers are
hving a bad time for making prepara
tions for plantings Comparatively
nothing has been done yet.
There will be a nieeting of the B.
P'. Union this (Thursday) evenithg, at
7j o'clock, when some prelilninary
arrangements will be made In refer
enice to the celebration of the approach
ing anniversary. It is pretty generally
understood that the president will
tender his iesignation in order to es
capeo expulsion for his uniform and
Our muse just here refuses to go a
: A Bright anid interesting Cdillmunication
from an Eatonton Yousig Lady.
From the Eatonton (GIa.) Messenger.
WVINNsncnRO, 8. C., Jan. 9, 1881.-I
reached my new home the second day
after leaving E-, and was thet by
Mr. C-, wvho carried me-to his als
ter's, Mli'. M -- of Winnsboro,
wvhere I was most agreeably entter
tai ned Until the afternmoon, and then
we commejnced the ride of fifteen miles
over the mtost mottUtainous country a
~,lowland lassie ever saw.
During this ride, just at sunset, we
came to a hirge and handsome church
(Presbyterian) tuear the Wateree,
and as the C- family are members
of that church, there Ufan be seeni the
family burial girottd, which Is en
closed in an iron railing, and kept up
by an appropriationt from the estate of
an aunt of cine with Whom I aun living,
an w iho requested that ntone but Cald
IICwells be buried there and "the wise,
the good, fairy forms athd hoary seers
* of ages past" sleep etetnally, and those
all bear the proud, utarnished name
We came In an opewi carriage, and
* two muiles from the~ chuurch Mr. C
called my attention to the reflected
* ays of the setting sun, shining against
the window patnes of a large houtse.
"That, Miss Lou," he said, "Is your
future home-yet It is still sIx miles
n'om us," and from this faet 'tou can
form some Ides of' the hills,
I have beetn dotniciled here jitst four
wveeksgud Sm delightpd, 'The chii)
dren aid very pliable, and--better than
good looks-uare really good. The
eldest Is a youing' lady, my size, but
nzot my age; neverthueless, we are very
congenial; and, stratige to say, the
children all seem to love me,.
On Christmas eve I stor ed the little
olies snugly away In bed, and eter and
anon would tell thoem that Santa Claus
would wot come until all children Were
S t asleep, whereupon, Itosa, a beau
f tul brown-eyed child, six years old,
*( . -To, "the household pet," over
--htof, were soon i the
another i1f1o' kirT here-Lula, a wee
thing, just like a doll; and she was in
touensl Interested in my frequent trips
to my trunk, and gnally- asked in I
sweet baby tones, "Miss Lou, Aave
Tanta Taus tum?" "No, Lula," I re
plied, "and moreover he will not come
until you go to sleep " and when I
behold the frantic eflrto she. made to
keep her eyes closed, laughed heart
ily, and for her sake .wooed the com
ing of the god of sleep. Then I sat
down "alone with my conscience" and
not having anything' in that line to
worry me, I became unromantically
hungry, and having eaten oranges I
concluded these were too much like
food for the gods; then I regaled my
self with salmon salad, chow chow,
blcuits, then cream and rice custard
-whereupon a feeling of intense satis
faction came over me, and I felt like
getting up a torchlight procession.
Whei rirst reached herothe weath
er was so cold that I sighed for the
balmy air of Gum Creek, .but now
this rare cold atmosphere is doing
marvelous thlings for me, in acting like
a stimulant upon my sensitive, nervous
temperament, and I am so braced up
that I feel as if I had found the fabled
stream of "Ponce de Leon." Not only
out of sympathy for me, but being
just proud of his landed estate and its
reputation of health, Mr. C- in
duced me to make habitual use of qui
nine, and I have thereby bade an eter
nal farewell, I trust, to chills, the bane
of ny life; and when I tell you of my
aitiig four pounds a week in avoirdu
ois, I pray you let all remembrance
fade away of the pallid damsel who,
three moons ago returned to her na
Live air disgusted with her ten days'
stay ine Gum Creek and the Dooly
county chills and frog ponds. 1 some
tinmes enjoy the position and honor of
ca1rrying the keys, but haunting mem
ories of that line in "Lucille" come
'Civilized man cannot live without cooks'
-when I remember a recent woful
day when the chiefest of our house
hold blessings-a splendid cook-was
absent, and one of her church sisters
and I manipulated a villainous com
pound I dubbed with the cognomen of
hunble pie-but alas! alasI the sister
must have been to blame, for I still
boast of by culinary skill Yet oh!
that pie, I cannot, dare not forget, and
I shall never, no never, even meet a
chicken without making an apology
as any lady would to the whole tribe.
Yes, that pie was horrible, execrable,
and I was forcibly reminded of Mark
Twain's receipt for New England pie,
closing, "Serve cold for breakfast and
invite your enemy." I am happy,
however, to state that, notwithstand
ing that pie, the whole family are still
here and in their usual health, and as
they are all very genteel, very well
bred, they have tenderly (?) laid to
rest all reminiscences of that pie.
The new year, made famous by the
jingle of Mother Shipton's rhymes and
the calculations of star gazers and
scientists, was ushered in by the most
perfect snow storm. The flakes came
timidly down at first, then
"The sky saddened with the gathering
And thro' the hushed air came the whit
Till at last the flakes fell broad and wide
Dimming the day,"
and no sound broke the stillness of the
wvinter scene save -the flitting of the
"From spray to spray.- as o'er they shook
The pendent drops of ice,
'finling upon the withered leaves be
and when the sun arose the second
day, and, like Ithuriel's spear, touched
the scene into glory, and seemed to
wake the landscape into life, then all
the dormant poetry in my nature was
aroused, anmd I longed for the genius
of Raphael, or even Rosa Boisi.oer,
that I might transfer the scene in its
passing beauty to canvass, to Jive for
ever. Then in my tinselfishness my
thoughts sped homeward, far, far
away, in longing that Mills and George
and dear' bright-eyed little Morgan
could be here to enjoy it, in their wvay.
Thme hillsides, stuldded with dark
green pines, and these covered wvith a
net work of sleet that glittered like
molten silver, all seemed in a holy
Sabbath rest, and I faintly appreciateid
the sentiment of Coleridge, that drew
forth his famous Hymn iti the Vale.of
Chamouni, and this, perhaps, has lIo
greater beauty, but historic interest.
As I stood at the upper windows, gaz
ing dowvn upon the snow-covered
ground, and watching the animals
shivering in the cold, I had a kind of
tenderness for them, and for the milk
maid, too-(there was no swain 're
sponsive as she sang')-for 1 was then
foegaling myself with cream, sugar
and snow, and I thanked my stars that
after all I was human an'd sheltered
from the cold, and cold~ well persumade
myself that snow was a tine thing in a
tumnblet', wvithi such alccom'ipaiiments
As the sun lvas bidding us go~od
night, thme -trees on the hillsides were
bathed in a pale rose color-a reflec
deoi frotri sunset-anid ulionm these trees
lay a delicate traery, like the spirit of
the frost, which scorned to imake them
a fit home for fairies, and in gazing
upod1 IbiS scene of wvondrous beauty, I
kneW that therd was it Iiel~v w'ufiig
supreme abofe his works an'd lawse,
and that God and Power are one, amnd
thitt gramneu Is thd ittribute of Na
ture-and we can wvell believe that H1e,
with sublimnest skill, has traced earth's
beauties with an unerri ng pencil.
The twiligift datne gliiig up from
thme grave of the dead day, nd1 (ire
veryv hills seemed to bask in thd mel
low radiance, and now made a fit home
for the stars that seemed flashing from
their snoiiidfdivned heads,
Bor'ne on Time's sfferit winge
New Year has reached ie; and
"Beneath the pall that last ore fell,
Hlow many cherished hupoW lie buried
Al who 6ati toll?"
*anuat'y dismnal has rocked the dead
dold yeqr-1880-to her eternal rest.
My Wish is thlat the new year to fou
"No saddened meiof-ieq.
No buried joys-no 01 ided skies,
Dut may the rosas of Hoobrightly thriv'e
And bring you peace divine."
DIED, of eonsumption, near Rid6e
way, O. Cl1 January 21, 1881, Miss MAnY
A. 0. SfEWAn&, eldest daughter of Mr.
Jamesa R. Stewartv aged twenty-five years.
GUJAlt i UtANO Z I
I HAVEI the agency of se'oral standard
brands of Guano. amofa' st *hteh are
the Monarch and the WIOx & 4hfbbs
Manipulated. I will also keep a large
etp -oyf A oid Pho-.phate, Parties *111
do wel to give me a call before mating
purchases elsewhere. I will always give
the bighest italiket price for cotton.
fob N-fem . J, .uo.Anrfv.
REMEMBER THE PLACE OF
P. LallCockor Bra.
[11EY are closing out their entire
WINTER DRESS GOODS
of all descriptions at expeclally low
CLOTHING I CLOTHING I I
To make room for our Spring Goods,
we will close out all Heavy Wool Gar
ments, consisting of Suits and Over
coati, regardless of their value.
which we will alRo close out equally
A call for inspection is cordially in.
vited and satisfaction guaranteed Ir
P. LANDECKER & BRO.
AS we intend to give our attentiol
Aint the future entirely tolPlanta
tion Supplies atdFertilizers, w fc
the contents of our Drv Goods anc
Clothing Store at cost, as we intend t<
giveup hatpart of our business
l'hee Gods ustbe sold, and foi
cash on delivery. Now is your tinm
Black Cashmeres at New York odst
Colored Cashimeres at New Yorl
Black Alp~acas at New York cost.
Colored Alpacas at Now York cost
All kinds of Dress Goods at New
Trimming Satins (all shades) al
New York cost.
A faill line of Cassimeres at New
Watei-proof Cloths at New Yorla
TO HOUJSEKEE~P ~'I:
Table Linen at New Yoi-k cost.
Napkins at New York cost.
Doylios at New York cdst;
Toweols at Newv York coat.
BUTTONS I BUTTON~S 11I
Ladies' i nd flents' Hosiery, Undcer
wvear and Gloves; all at N'ow York1
Buy you Sprhtig and Summeci
Dresses, Jaconets, Swiss, Victoiii
Lawnis, Linons, Cambrics and Edg
ings, and Insertings to trim thoem with.
All at Newv York cost;
We have rno space to mimerhiale fut
thor. Wdi tvant to soil ont overything
not usually kept in a Plantation Supa
THIS 15 NO HIUntPUGj
Call and prices iv!~I coti!o you.
And he sure and brling the CASI1, as
no goods will be charged.
?. Eldei' & Co.
Fresh Drnais aid Medicines.
I1ASTOR OIL, Bluestoyte, Borax, Cay
\./ernne Poper, Laotonoptine, Banth
Sponges, '.oughyrups, Boothlng Sy rups,
Bay Rumn, Pcrumery, Oinohonidia9 Qui.
nine, Tutts'. Gilder's an.l Strong's Pills,
Essende Ginger, Capsine Plastrg.
Onioi Sets. Prepared Cocoa, Canary
ReeO. Otin P-MVder T'e,- lfson 'fen, Pow
dered Bla~l Pepper, Machine Oil, &o. Just
McMATUR, BRIOlN & KEToIN.
LUDDEN & BATES
TIE MUSIC HOUSE OF TIE SOUTH I
REMOVAL TO OUR
New Double Store
An Immonse Music 'Temple.
Two largestores, each 30 feet front and
four stories high, fronting on three strcetF
apd filled from collar to loft with musical
s\upplies. Nothing to compare with it in
tho Southeru States.
A BIG STORE,
A BIG STOCK,
A IG. TRADE,
M*n Mn.1 TO 0CCUM3
iie i..ti I-e ui yeairs ince our estab.
lihnent of our house we have developed
the issusicO trade of the South to a won
derful degree, but as yet we have only be
gun. Wesce, not many years aheid, a
business of a million a v ear. nnd to take
care of this enormous trade we have pro
vided our piesent mainmnotli warornoims.
Fall tradle 1881' will be immense. Wo are
ready for it. For months our sen ior part
ner -has been at the North contracting
with Piano and Organ manufacturers for
instruments. ile has concluded most
advantageous contracts. and tho Pianos
and Organs are "coming, coming" 100,C0
more, by every steamer. Ne Styles, New
Prices, New Terms, New Store, 'Now De.
SPECIAL OFFER, PALL 1880,
Cash prices with three Months credit.
During months of Auct. Sept. and Oct.
we will'sell Pianos arv d Orgian at Lowmisi
Cas Piumcs, payable %25 Cash on a Pi
ano or $10 Cash on an Organ, with th(
balance in three months, wI1oUUT xxTUn
WHAT DO TOU SAY TO TIS OFFERn
Write for Illustrated Cfm logoes an
Ncw Price Lists for Fall bM0 and pro
paro to bo astonished,
LUDDEN & BATES'
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladdo
and Urinary Organs by wearing the
Improved Excelsior Kidnjey Pad
It is a mnarvelfor healing and relief.
SIMPLE, RENSIRLE, DIllECT, PAIli
It cures u here all also t ails. A Rey e
latin and Revolutioni in Medicine. Al'
sorption or direct application, as oppIosoI
to unsatisiabtory' internal medicines. Soni
for our treatise on Kidney troubles, sen1
free. This is the Original and Genuin
Kid ney Pad. Ask for it an d take no othei
At wholesale in Charleston, 8. 0.,b
Dowie & Moise. WVholesale Dinggisin.
Scid, by druggists, or sent by mail, on re
coipt of price, $2. Address
The "Only" Lung Pad Co.,
Williams Block, Detroit, Mich.
dee 21-f x6m .
Cures by Ai.S.. ., mature's wvay
It IilVe8 Into then system curativ
agents and hecalinig eodicines.
It draws froni the diseased parts th
poisons U1 at auiso (loath.
Thousands testify to its virtues.
You can be Relved and Cured.
Don't despair unil you have fried thij
Sensible. Eisily A ppliedl and JtAIC(AT.
LY EF"ECT1UA L femnedy. Send f.ar tet
timonials and our book, "'Three M illion
a Year." Sent free
At wholesale in Charleston, S. 'C., b
Dow in & Moiso. Wholoesale Dr'iggists
Sold by Druggists, or semnt by mail 0o
receipt o price. $2 (10. by
The '"Only'" Lu'ng Pad Co..
Williams block, Detroit, Mich.
SLi Lpersons judchted to mue fo
siipplios; ec., are requested to com
forward at on)ce' and make pror.p
paymntsf, as I anticip'ate a abange ii
buiness, oflherwise, their account
Mvll be handed to a Trial Justice fo
-Subscribe to THE~ Nnws AND IIea
.iD-2.00 r' rear. - -
SELLING OFF AT COST.
FOR THE NEXT TIIIRTY DAYS
I WILL SELL TIIE
FORIMERLY OWN D]', DY
SUGENHEIMER & GROESO1HEL
AT TilE OLD STANDS AT
GERIG'S AND WOLFE'S BUILD.
S U C C OES l t?.
0H, YES! 011, YES!
rIE RTrONE MOUTNT.\TN CO1 N WUl IS
l n hascomi anti l ki still-com111in
If you want good Whishey and goo,
Sogars, call at
CLENDINING'S 1T(O UN '4,
next door to WV. 1. D~otv & Co. He' keepm
the hest of everything. The besit Not han'ti
Old Cabinet WVhiskey. The bes-t Gib~son'l
W~hiskey. The lbest 'I'en Cents Seg'ir
The best Fivo Cents Regar. Anti, abloi
all things, the best. Dinner for II eenits.
And if you comno into town between I'
andt~ 1 o'clock, and( airei hunigry, canll a
Clendin.ing's for a drink. anud heo will sel
u p a free lunch for you. Cliendining
keeps a moral and a quiet house,
.11UAVE in store a car load of asw'urtalI
styles, which I ollhr at bottomn flgures foi
cash or good paper. Call and exannn<l
them, whether you wish to buy or not.
J. H1. CUMMINGS.
Opposite Dunlovy & I'..ht's.
'HEndrsge begs' leave to sai
nii tfng aIP (irscas Shallvinhg Saloon hi
eivery respecflt. NoneC1)1I bnlt peteni
and e x pert wor)k inen'l ar.e emplo~i yed'
and( those whwil lavVor il! with 1'heil
custoin are guaranteed Sat iiicIion.
Done ini the latest and1 neat sf. styl1e
Don't. lorget to call and1( give me
tral, ando I will lease.; yoni.
-Oposte D)r. Aikeat's D)rug Stoi-e.
- EWRE AN
Mgen8 ddGosA .1O4 Mgn(s
MACHIN ECO. Wne
64- "G N It CH A I.ES.ST.
I Jing,'' fonia111 Military SchO0i
YORtKV' LiL, S. C.
O'HE RECOND) SENS.ION of dhe tworty
1. a rixthI yce.r wvill begin Februnry lxe
and close Jutne 30th, 188f.
TERit PERl SEsV.ioN.
For Hchool Expenses, I. e . hoard,
TJulion, W~ashiing. Fuel10 and.
Lightts - , -. . $100.0c
Su ygeonu's fco nnue of book;s, - 5
ForCirculari con taining~ f'ul1 in forrn.
- in pyto 0I.~ A; COWAR D,
dteo .Arb PrlieaI'
Y STOCK of Furniture, which will
iest accor-dingio to qual11ity, anld For <l
Riemeinber t hait Il my goods are warran
l4irtIlinre elsewhere, then come to the II
best Selection and caltn buv. cheliper. Bea
wav. fllythewood, White'Oak, Woody al
1111( Yor k. TIslli isa ron4n1nen1i uiditionu of
A new sipply of' Widow ShIde4, Wal
F nlitles. Chromos, I hat Ruacks, aid Book
The h-geitst slipply of 'in iiltuner Sl et
I h(er Sit;s. ('aIII atm See I pi hen. A new 81
any. Don't I 1r a .lacin111ie inereh- beceni
if 11nd likes it. l'ieiinhr (Orm in'ost of 1
pifIeId alive u1)11 little mcrit. The onue y
ine and vexationl, i., i le , r l
it. tIlIIme ber he (. ( '.1!4 Alvdal wia- awmr
over eigly competito'r. I ean ret'vr voi
a1 Nl - y %1itven ut ire Sa istiaet ion. Rei'nei
Sasi vlaoyn. A 11 ordt'aers entrulsted to iII
1thev lowest pri 1(. -r i re 1n ' aItly repa
pr1.4ipred it) lank1e to order. Luinh111er anld
Ig M'alhine Needlos andIl ataitinnents ait(
Mne. DobnI'l il to call bet'ore purchasing"
T" } SETTING NEEDLE,
i WINDING BODBIN1.
VV. N r n un,
AND IN F.A(r
IlO0Oll Fc~vmli M, "INia" RAP,
l. 1- . G. ne
. - u Ca G A IN treet,
13A LIMOI:m, MTD.
4 101f & tCllle1fS.
E have hliit' larigely this seai
~sonl and1 tiu ai ve tlonter to4
'el I's our hi lls. Wec Ihlef coro 'oi'er
t1PECIAJ L L RGAINS
to en.h puarel aise ra. Tlho'e who COme
earily will seenthe I haoice0)( of :a-ticles.
Web(hli 4 I thein in their tneed antd eIx
yearP has elo.sed ~ ad aill ac.oun tts should
Al holive'4 jobs ill our shiop of'
alells, t'leMUs :11<| lewt I I shou(1
"a*:ll 111( tud Ie I lell, 11it(d saive Ilac salne
- ----: o:.
XVEIimC ve w isi oro ihe huiigos
11 tu oc c ver i urchaVCed by us,
nud( v'lhih will be d.isposed of at, lowv
Shoesn, Gr oeOries. Br1iles.
Sacd'es. liarnss, IIed Leatheir,
Hlarnelss Lcaher &c.
WXe are n'ot giv' 'io "BLOWING;'
biut can1 Iiu tinflly' -Say we0 are offer
in;. i-ohd h::1 I nsga~ , (ad nill bo glad
U. G. DESP'OR TES.
Rt E LI E F A Sb O CI A T ION.
r 3 j ~1 4 i on Moe'i'tio 101of butsirliess50 men,
it Caise it ' deat h. the (i r lain: hAi an r e -
cir frIn ::31.1 f-0 to3 $5.4"I', trecord ing to6
3303445n3 (f cl r'i 1icateI. This InI01 one ofa h
h333r phiius .11' lie in35n'an1ce. 101 ju ay atP
yo(Iu rg', just Ilike hire it-nurainec, and( wVi*.ii
-i m2r ariver.u-Iee C', lii na pay bhy
son Ii Ian 4hnen i ts ug the yeuar. We
(4er' t~lIhos brat acquintedW' wih IsA,
ml:meho'lru Oin .1. ~irild: a , 11. Mc
1 a0lS r, ,Jr:M. A Brien", .Jr'o I. 'DaviH, D
~.\(,r33ight. .Jro. J1. Neil, 't.omast r6. Johr. -
xonl. J1. (ierathining, . T1 B Ilanahian, iR.
Meansli Daovia. Jan. Q~ Davis. Any ono
tat sho)uld like to bom ie a memiibsr will
apjily to G, C. BIACOT,
REizarden Reedol anld Onior Sots,
n 31t recived.
McM i4 T~Ll, 1BR IE & l(ETCHIN.
be the largest, handsomest and cheap]'
esign and workmanship unequaled.
ed to be as represented. Price yout'
st-class store vhere you will have the
r inl mind that I ship goods to Ridge
d's, Blackstock, and as far as Chester
the cinality and price of my goods.
I Pockets, Brackels, Mirrors, Picturo
shelvCs, cheaper than tie cheapest.
4, made to Imlateh Cottage and Clam
Ipply of Sewing Machines as good as
se your mother or your neighbor has
he machines that. 're most- largely
i want Is thn one that will save you
liit and will last a long time., I have
(led to one of the Machhiles I re'present
to many that are using it, and it has
iber that I ain agent for a Door and
c will have prompt attention and a,
red at molerale prices. I am also
Slingles For sale at small profits. Sew
1 parts of Machines can be had through
eisewhere. i. W. PHILLIPS.
.IIb for fAV
F New Crop NEW ORLEAN8
SIOLASSES, best inl the market, and
synps of all gradces.
A fine assort ment of
Also, a good quality of OAT MEAL;
n live p)oun d pafckages
GIVE ME A CALL.
D. I. FLENNIJKEN;
FR1ESII (ROfIERIES I
G; UG A RS, assorted. Coffes; Rio,
- Lagna~vra and Old1 Gov', Java.
Rio( and Old Gov. Javnm Roasted.
iTcas, Bhmck, limperial, UZttlpofvder'
andi~ Young Ulysoni.
P~earsi, Penthesi; Phcniene; To
matoes, Sahnon, Cornied ieef, l.eviledl
I lamn and Turkev, Sardines; &c.
Macaroni mpid'Cheese, Glnger Pre
servecs, P'in Head Oat Meal, Cooperu
Gehitine, M ustard, Bla'ek Pepper1 anid
Bald ivin Caith Cioss & Bllack
chweisohew Chow; Empir Chow
['oAsre.Pic'kles, Lea & Per'
'i n's Worcestersh ire Sauce.
J. F. MoMXASTERf & CON
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