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'TU~SDAY.stay19, I ? 1 1851ss
TERMs or Tnic Nws AND impArD.
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Winnsloro Publishing Company
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PAILROAD SciEDu xv.-The trains
now pass Winnsbor as follows:
North-bound passenger, 12.18 1. in.;
south-bound, 5.80 p. i.; north-bound
freight, 8.54 a. n.; south-bound, 1.15
p. m. These arrivals are on the basis
of Railroad time, sixteen minutes
faster than Winnsboro time.
Notice to Creditors-F. Elder, As
Tax Notice-I. N. Withers, County
-We need rain badly.
-See new advertisements on second
-The Gordons leave for Spartan
burg this afternoon.
-The Trial Justices' courts were
busy on Saturday.
-A numismatist has been in town
looking up rare old coins.
-There was not a single case of in
toxication at the picnic on Friday.
-Another case of concealed wea
pons has been brought before Trial
-Messrs. S. Cathcart and T. W.
Rabb, Sr., registered at the Charleston
hotels on Friday.
-Bavarian export lager beer and
Belfast ginger ale, in pint bottles, just
received by F. W. Habenicht. *
-The young people of Itidgeway are
rejoicing in a dancing school, and tie
glide and the racquet are all the go.
--Mr. U. G. )esportes lost a very val.
%table mule on last Friday night. The
animtial inl attenplting to jtitp the fence
around his stable yard brolie its neck.
"Bring in another mule I
-Air. W. 1. Flenniken's deer are
quite an attraction. They are five
lin number of which one has been
raised by him. The first one was pre
sented to him by Judge Pressly.
-Mr. Wiley Davis is paving every
attention to his immigrants and is de
termined to give the experiment a I
thorough trial. The colored people
abot:Jidgwayare much exercised I
-Mr JT. 8. Gladner' was in town
last week, and on his ret urn to Column
bia gave a very flat tering account ofj
the cr'ops in this conunty. He was
especially struck with Mr. A. WVilli..'
ford's crop, and pronounces it well
woirthy of emulation.
No PAIE.--Owing to the visit of
out' complositors to the Cowpens there'1
will be no? paperC1 on TuIusuRAY.
DEATH oF MR. 8TAntNES.--.Mr. J. W.
Starnies died last Saturday morning at
his residence at Doko. Mr. 8. was
at one time extensively engaged in
merchanidise, but from the ravages of
conseumption lie was forced to retire,
and he has, after a long ililness, enided
a highly honorable and useful car'eer.
JENKINsvILLE NOTEs-Mr'. N. A.1
liolley of this neighborhood was mar..
ried on the 5th, to Mias Sallie E. Hun..
ter, of Goshen Hill, Unuioni county.I
Best wishes ar'e extended.1
The new Iron Bridge of' the Colum..
b)1a and Greenville Rauihoad1 over
Broad River at Alstoni is just fhrished.
It is a magnificent piece of work, and
is said to have cost over thirty thou
sand dollars. In muaking the chanige
from the 0o(d to the new structtnre not
a train was delayed,
It Is currently reported that the
colored population of this vicinity
have had a meeting and decided not to
work for less than fifty cents per day
and three meals.
[The planters about Jenkinsville
had better introduce a few white ima
migrants and they will hear no more
A VALJABLE SPELLING CHART.
--We ha've received from L, H.
Rogers, New York, a "Bird's Eye
View 'of the English Language," a
regular monument of patience. The
sheet is 22x38 inchtes, and contains
more informnationt for persons who
write letters than we ever saw or
thought contd be arr'anged on owte
sheet. The first part contains Rules
for Spelling and Imenttation, also
Rulew for Using Capi'tal Letters and
Letter writing. Next is a "Bird's Eye
View of' the Correct 8pelling of 25,
000 Word's." Ever'y word Is before
you at a sitggle glance, and is easily
found by a'system of indexing, that is
wonderful, thovough and complete.
There is also a "Bird's Eye View of~
20,000 Synonyms," wvhich is of great
assistance to writers. One of the.
most initeresting featni'es, which alone
is wortly the small price of the sheet, is
a list, of two thousand words of similar!
pronunciation, The sheet can be used
to good adrantage by every one who .
'writes the English lanuguage.- The
sheets are sent by mnaiI/ postage pre
pad bythe Publisher, , H, Rogers,',
75 Madn Lane, New York, .Fice!
n5 cents each, or five sheets for one
dolhar'. Postage stamps recoived' in
gue 3test Sueesfu Meetat thm6 Ras e
The Association met on Saturday,
Col. . C. Davis in the chair. After
prayer by the Rev. W. Richardson,
the minutes of the last meeting were
read by Mr. R. Means Davis, in the
absence of the secretary. The follow
lug male teachers were present: Col.
fl. C. Davis and Messrs. W. S. Dur
ham, B. H. Robertson, W. Richard
son, J. R. Sterling, R. M. Davis, and
the following ladies: Mrs. Caldwell,
Mrs. J. Ashford, Mrs. Powell, Mrs.
Harrison, Miss Obear, Miss Fripp and
Miss Richardson, Miss Powell. Dr.
Boyd, Mr. W. A. Smith and Mr. J. 3.
Ashford were also present, as was,
part of the day, the Rev. Dr. Farr, of
the Benedict Institute, Columbia.
Mr. Durham completed his course
on Analysis in Grammar, first making
a strong and eloquent presentation of
the claims of analysis per se, and then
of diagrams as a means of making
analysis a delight instead of a bore.
le then gave a lesson from a series of
handsome colored charts representing
diagrams of different classes of sen
tenices. As the subjectof diagrams is
a novelty in this State, behig used in
very few schools, those teachers who
were absent missed a great deal.
At the completion of the grammar
lesson, a discussion on different points.
in grammar ensued, participated in by;
After this a recess of an hour was
taken for lunch, anlI a very pleasant
little "picnic" followed, which was an
important feature in bringing teachers
together in social intercourse.
At the next session Mr. Richardson,
by appointment, took up the subject of
phonetics as taught in Appleton's
Readers, and dwell upon the hinpor
tance of learning the sounds of letters
Instead of the names. He illustrated
fhe syste n of spelling by sounds, and
rave several cognafe sounds showing
vhat constitutes the difference between
A resolution was adopted that here
ifter the Association will resolve itself
nto a class and go through a drill on
)hOnetics at every meeting. The sub,
ect of pronunciation was also broach
,d, but for want of time was postpon
ad to the next meeting.
Mr. Durham said that once every
wo 'nonths was not enough, and he
noved that the Association meet again
m the Saturday before the full moon
n June. Adopted. It was then re
olved that "Inasmuch as the Associa
ion, if properly attended, will inevi
ably benefit the schools, the School
'omnmnissioner be requested to confer
vith the school trustees and get them
o make the meeting a school day, and
hat he report the result at the next
necting." It was stated that, private
y, all the; trustees who had been ap
>roaced had expressed approx al of
his; but this resolution was adopted
n1 order to secure formal action.
The Association then adjourned to
neet on Saturday, 11th of June. (The
noon illls tIaat tih.
TulE MAY-D AY caLnInnATL on.
3eauty and Chivalry -Bright Eyes and
Brass Buttons wage Mutual Warfare.
The joint picnic of the yonng ladies
>f the Columbia Female College anmd
he Gordon Light Infantry last Friday
Yat a c'mplote success it, es ery par
irular. At an early hour that morn
ng the streets of the town) showed evi
lence of an unusual stir, and the
r'Otng people especially wecre in joy.
>Us anticipation of the event that was
>xpected to add so much to their pleas
iie and entertainment. The weather
vas as prop~itious as could possibly
iave bceen desired. The rich foliage of
he trees, the warbling of birds, and
he bal my zephyrs that fanIned all nai
nrc into activity, all contributed to
nake up a scene that might fairly rival
he loveliness of the far famed Italian
andscape. ba e#hMlaratinmg tand ina
mpiritin~g wvas the tout ensemtble thait
ne felt himself involuntarily exulamn
ng, In the beautiful imagery of tihe
mamort al Milton:
"gHal bontous May, that dost inspiro
Some disappointment was felt when
nformation was leceived that the Ce
lumlbia party would not arrive until
mnidday, The (iordons assembled'
pr'omptiy at 9.80 in the -morning, and
fter a shorddelay marched to the grove
in rear of the Presbyterian Church,
Lhe grounds selected for the festivities
f the day, Tatrget-shooting soon after
sommenced1, each member of the com
pany being allowed three shots at a
Dreedmoor regulation target, one hun
ired yards off hand, fifeeft being the
highest possible score that could be
made1 At the conclusion of the shoot
ing it was found that Captain Jordan
was Ontitled to the medal, having tratdo
the best score (18); but inasmuch as he
b'ad presented it to the company origi
nally, he declined to tee'eive it. The
Ilext highest score being made by four
members of the corpu, Sergt.- T. Rs
Robertson, Corps HI. B. MfeMaster, and
privates W. M. Propst and W '. A.
Ronrtedy, the tie was shot off by thoemy
Private Propst finally winning4
At 11. 80 a detachment of the carre
pany, unider the cofnmand of Sergt,
Roberteon repaired to the freight de'
po~t to receive the young ladies fronm
EJohijnbia, and escort them~ to the
gr 11md4. On the arrival of the train
~t coaches conltaing the Colurbans
w e switched off, and the whole party
sh tiy after disembarked, The pro'
ses on was formeid, the Gordons in
tro , and the line of march taken up
for e grove, Arriving there fthrther
for litles were dispersed with, and
sh oldier btp7" pr'oceededc to rqok
a meir gu 8and right gallantly
&fd 9 Perfoi y their duty1 As soon1
as t gular ft i get shooting Was con.
acontect was arranged amongst
the ladies, bptb v*ltois14: .iedent
with the results herehoaftergtien. A
two o'clock dinner was anotinced
and, approaching the tables,. a mos
pleasing sight greeted the eyes. Eata
bles of all kinds covered the two lonj
tables In great abundance, anA 'th<
spread was indeed most tempting am
Inviting,-such as Is rarely equalet
but never excelled. It is hardly neces
sary to add that this feature of the oc
oaslon was 0110 amongst the most at
After dinner Professor Jones calle
his school tbgether and wont througi
a drill in calisthenics, under the lead o
Miss Llewelon Kleckley of Barnwel
county, who was perfectly au fait
Despite the want of musie, aniid a goo(
floor, thoexercises were very oredita,
bly performed. and evinced thorougi
drill. After the calisthenics were con.
cluded, the distributilor of i)Hzes wer<
made. Tihe younir ladies of the collegt
were grouped together and the Go
dons drawn up near at hand, wheii
Sergt. T. R. Robertson, in behalf ol
the latter, mounted a temporary ros.
trum and iade a few happy reinarkE
to the young ladies, expressing a hope
that they would renember the present
occasion witn pleasure, and not forget
The first prize, consisting of a beau
tiful silver aid glass vase and card re
celver, for the best marksmanship was
awarded to Miss Emnnia Moore, and
the second, a pair of vases, for the next
best niarksimanship, to Miss Lawton.
The blushing victors received the
prizes amid enthusiastlc applause.
Next, to the young ladies at home
were awarded the first prize for
markananship, (a silver fruit knife) to
Miss Sarah Wolfe, and the second, (a
pound of French candy) to Miss Lilla
Lastly, with a view to the eternal
fitness of things and in token of appre.
ciation of the skill displayed in the
various evolutions of the calisthenic
class, he would beg leave to present
the class with a washboard through its
graceful leader; and he handed it over
to Miss Kleckley, amid great laughter
Next in order was the awarding of
prizes to the members of the Gordon
Light Infantry. With the exception
of the company medal these were
made upy of miscellaneous articles con
tributed by the merchants ot'the town.
Professor JoneA of the Columbia Fe
male College, presided over this cere
mnany, and before distributing tl e
prizes delivered a few eloquent re
marks appropl'late to t':e orcaion.
To attempt an extended reproduction
of his beautiful and ornate languige
would be a great injustice to the dis
tinguished gentleman, who is known
far and wide as a most succe S'ul edu
cator) and it is suililent therefore to
Bay that he held his auditory spell
bound by his genuine eloquence and
oratory. Interspersing his remarks
with wit and humor he proceed
ed to hand to those entitled to
them 'the several prizes, in tl-e fol
lowing order: First) W. Ma Propst ;
second, Capt. W. G. Jordan ; third,
Private WV. A. Remedy; fourth, Corp.
II. BI. McMaster; fifth, Sert. T. 11.
Robertson ; sixth, Private W. J. El
liott; seventh, Private B. G. Pratt;
eighth) Private R. T. Craw ford ; ninth,
Sergt4 J. I. Cummings; teunth, Private
3. W. Seigler ; eleventh, Private Lou S
Landecker; tin sword, Lieut. D). RI.
Flenniken ; tin cup, Privato J. 0.
B~oag. These exordises being con
chuded1 the company escorted the Co.
lumbia party bthck to the freight
depot, and upon the ai'rtvatl of the
dowvn passenger train there were many
handshakcings and goodabyes, anud be
fore it could be 'ealized the streets
once, again took on their accustomed
appeaance, and the memnorable sixth
otf May was num bered amongst the
things of the past.
-A veair ngo twvo-thirds of the cot
ton In lMnrlboro county was lantedl
by this time, while no there is not
more than teni acres ini 'he whole couni
ty lanthIed and a large pi-op~ortionI of
the land is not 3 et p)repa red for the
-A yer's Pills ddintaini no croton oil.
calomel or minteral.- They arc comn
poundled of pure vegetable extracts,
wvhich have positive virtues and al
ways cure, where cures are possible.*
LM 0 bd O l.0P
'1anw a. -... la.
t 4 TaB)MosT
CHOICE SUMMER BEVERAGES,
I SHERRY COBBLERS,
OLD VIRGINIA MINT JULEPS.
TRY TH1E OELEBRATED
.22 11"aTOS AM 000L.
J. C L E ND IN r N G,
may 8 Next door to W. R. Doty & Co.
FRESH GROCERIES t
(,UGARS, assorted. Coffee, Rio,
4 Lar iaa and Old Gov. Java.
Rio an Id Gov. Java Roasted.
Teas, Black, Imperial, Gunpowder
and Young Hyson,
Pears, Peaches, Pineapples, To
inatoes, Salmon, Corned Beef, Deviled
Ham and Turkey, Sardines, &c.
Macaroni and Cheese, Ginaer Pre.
server, Pin Head Oat Meal, Coopet
tie, Mustard, Black Popper and
Baldgwin Catsup, Cross & Black.
well's Chow Chow, Empire Chow
Chow, Assorted Pickles, Lea & Per
rin's Worcestershire Sauce.
J. F. McMASTERI & (10.
Combine the choicest cathartio principles
in medichie, in proportions accurately ad.
justed to secure activit, certainty, and
uniformit of effect. They are the result
rof years o careful study and practical e%
edy et dsco for dideases causedb'
deragemnt f td storietch, liver, n
bowels, which requr jopt and effec
tual treatment.' -'u4 Ii are ae
nially'applicabtat~i bla o diases,
The act directly ou h jetv and
assimilative procese , and rsreregu
lar healthy action. Tirextensive us~
bypyicIans in thei tic and b
a liled nations1 is neo te man
proofs of theit' value as a safe; sure, an
Derfectly reliable pu tive iedicine.
Being comipoiquded ofe coticentrated
virtues of purel veeale substance.,
they are positivel frefrom calomel or
anyinjuious pr orties, and can be
nsafey. ed tocbldrcn with perfect
AvXS' PrrlrLs are an effectual cure fer
Constipatlorn or Costivenese i'
5ton, s sia, Losof Ap fed
ies., Headace Loss ef lemorgt
Numbness, Bio'usness, Jatindie,
Rheum t~nl, Brmpions and Sin
DiseasssDrpy, mows Worms,
Dysentry, Gout Pile Plsdrders of
th Liver, and all other &iseases results
ingfro adisideedstate of the digesa
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.
Vhfle get'le intheir action, these
PIrLrs are te most thorouigh and search~
ing cathartic that can he employe, and
ever ve pan unless the bowel are in.
famed andI then their influence Is heal,
in. They stimulate the *aptt and
adenrich the bood, and Imt~ pu
newed health end vigor to the hole
PREPARED BY DR. J. 0. AidR & OU.1
i'raeteil and Anairticai Ckmist.1
e, st ALL *,MuGersTI 53a!wdsau;
E8T ARBIQnD tal.
(WOUND ON WHITE SrooLs)
GEORGE A. CLARK~,
400 BROA DWA~Ir N2W Yofrk,
Sinco the intrOdnction of this Sp'o-ol
Cottoui inifo the American market, its euc.
cess has been un pededente d. No other
brand of thtoad hs. ever melt with the
same amount of public favor is the same
space of time.
Tho "(0. N. T"* nvnnufactuttors were tho
first to recognize the linportance of the
sowing Machine and to rnake a sir-cord
cotton, which hats over bootn iho teoog
nliZzd sitndard for miachilns.
All the improvemonts in machinery
that the, invoetivo genius of the nine.
teeth century has produced have been
adapteod by the manu facturors of "0. N.T."4
At all the great International Fairs of
the world, '0. N. T." has been award~d
the highest honors.
'the "0. N. T." factoriers at Newark,
17.J., and Paisley, Scotland, employ
op00eratives---mako suiffotent thread
daily go around the world four times-,
Consume 140 tons of conl dali ,
The manufacturers of 'O.. T." are
the largest manufacturers of Spool' 00t.
ton in the world.
A full assortment of this Spool Cotton. ]
can be had at wholoealesad retail at J.3%I
'BEATV A~ CO'B. fe M'txam
RIVALRY, CALM YOUIR EXCITED NERVES, I BRING YOU "PEACE
AND REST-A LONG RELEASE FROM TOIL AND CARE."
WTI-I.T M.A.TTEI ?
'TIS BETTER THAN' THE ENDLESS, HOPELESS, WEARYING
AND STRUGGLING AGAINST
IMAUGH'S TREMENDOUS LEADERS.
8,488 yards of Calicoes at 5 cents, worth 7 and 8 cents elsewhero.
2,000 yards of I Shirting at 4t cents, worth 6 and 7 cents.
2,000 yards of Jeans and Cottonades at 12 conts, worth 20 and 25 cts.
BRAINS, ENERGY AND CASH IS BOUND TO TELL.
200 pairs of Ladies Cable Shoes, worth $1.75, at the astonishingly low
price of $1.25.
50 Marseilles Quilts at $1.00, former price $2.50 and $3.00.
25 pieces Piques just received in a variety of pretty designs, at 7&, 10,
15 and 20 conts.
PRICE THESE GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
100 Mn's StHaw oats. The biggest drive ever offered in this place,
for CASH, only 50 cents. Just think of it.
89 Men's Hats at $1.00 each.
& do.en Ladiep' Trimmed Hats from the great slaughter sale of HART
& CO., at half their original value.
Teas, Sugars, Ooffees. Molasses at 9 per cent. over their original
25 Boxes Soap to arrive this week, at four cents per pound by the
SPACE DOUS NOT PERMIT ME TO EN1UMERATE THE DECIDED
BAGAINS I AM OFFERING THIS SEASON FOR CASH.
No FictitioiiS Or LOni Time Prices.
J. L. MIMNAUGH,
THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADER.
MiX~bANT iN FI1XiU4
AND DR FAT
T1o Only Perfect X acldne 1b
A. & A. 9. ALFORD,
'o. 20 South Calrert Strebt, -
bLfiMORE. Mrs. Aents for IUAZAA PATTERNS
SPRING GOODS FRESH GROCERIES
4 AT TUE F A11F constAntly being rioElved by me,
a syhopsin of whici I give below.
CORNER STORE. AEW OE ADE8.
8UGARS, Fr10 T IGHT TO TIE
TH E FINEST IP'LOUR IN TIE MARKET-"THE
DRESS 0o58, HANDEERCHtEl , PATENT FAMILY-ALSO ALL ORADEH
DRSCODS ANEC EA. JACKSON'S BEST FAMILY FLOUlt.
CAM1BRICH, COR8IR5. .NECKWEAR.
PSIQUES, bALICOES, TRRMMINdN,
MU8LINS, LACEd, UANNE* G0106
AN ELEGANT PIECE bF DOUtiE WIbTH
FRENCH BUNTING. CALIFORNIA PAR, Honeting Choice.
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. CCTSea ndorCmie.j
SPOOL THREAD. SUCCOTASU, Beans and Oorn Combined.
MILWA * I EEDI '8, FJR N TS TOMATOEO, PEACHES,
WOOL HATS, F AW HAT. CLOTHING
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SLIOES IN ALL tIME APP.
5LOBE KID GLOVES Tp ARRIVE IN A F ALMON, SARblNE.
3. M. BEATY & CO. PEPPER; ETO.. ETC.
.9 1 ALSO 1j;VjTE YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
niionea cIa~ and exain for yo'iraelt.
We ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Atce too a.thsdprmotI h nulnoroti to 'mention.
We have hanve this de1'artineant in 66s
rear nd of Our store, and are bfforing at 10, no 1LENNIKENo
h6 l*oest piiooi
1UGARS. COFFEES. 13E8T BRtANDS PARCHED4
COFFXE, C11OICE EVAPORATED PEAU~E
AVA APPJ,HS. CHOICE CANND TO. Htf1$L
ATOES PEACHES PN M 'IES,
ETC. LiIOICR RIE hIC Euum.ruui. 13
IAS CE U E UNPOWDER
LWAY8 GLAD TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AT
VIE CORNER STOR9.
J. M. BEATY & CO.
IEEPSI SEEDS J
P1ST feceived, a large lot ot choice
Garden Seds of all kinds.
Seed and eati6 fria81 Potafoes of
he choicest kin . Choleo Family
;roceries arriIng daily.- I have on
rand a latge lot of best quality Sole
ieathet, which will be sold at row
am highesthprices for Dry --
me aeprtcascall nfeamnoforyohre.
Artic or~e les to i1e$t t otoi
F. LDE R
- - - ;mM--A
NEW AND DESIRABLE SPRING
CHEAP AND PRETTY ShPRNG
BLACK and colored Casltnereu, A k
paas, Mohairs, Momie Cloths, Grahaw
diuncs, Buntihgs, Hernani Cloths.
L AWNS, 1uslins, Linens, SultitiL.C,
Pique, Ginghams, Calicoes, Nalmsookp.
ASK to see "Renfreu" Gnlughaming.
CaRsimores, Jeans, Cottionades anid
13LISACMED, Brown and PMiid
TAl11 E Linen, Doylies, Towulls,
Slectilng, Pillow Casing.
IF ANY BODY WANTS A GOOD
IAT for a little money, let them
cail oil nme. Nobby linm o' Straw flato
IF ANY MAN ORI BOY WANTS A
SUIT of good, pretty, nob)yW, charm&
ing Spring clothes, let theni call on
IF ANY MAN, WOMAN 011 CLILD
WANTS a pair of Shore, cheap, I
them call on me and get them
TMOSE SHE TLAND SHA WLS ARE
A BEAUTIFUL Line of Laces,
Hamburg Edgings and Insertions) Cots
ton Ed gg,
GEN8' Silk and Lineit Handker
LA D1ES' Lineu Hom-stitched Hand.
GENTS', Ladies', Mieses' and Chil*
GENTS' AND LADIES' SCARFS.
COLLARS and Cufth, Ruffling, tto
BUT WHAT IS THE USE TRYING
TO mention everything it the Store:'
il8t come and see me, that Is all aid
L will make it pay you.
'mY GROCERY STOREs
AS usual, is well tocked with ali
he necessaries, and a f w of the luxis
IC, of lifO, that is, In the cat lin lin;
But if you should need any hndware,
,rockery, glasbware or woodenware,
why I can supply you.
SO DON'T FORGET TO CALL ON
WE the rndersigned, ro je9rully in
orm ihe citizensm of WiN N :ORO1. and
'icinity that, we havo ItEMOV.DA to
tnd at-e now in receipt nf a full line b(
now and desi rable
PRING AND SUMMER OObS
Vhich we will sell at the low~est prices
,acos and Emibroiderica, which we offet at
accordingly low prices.
* WHITE GOODS.
Va rarmebtfully ask the attoniion of the
Ladies to our entirely nowv fresh
istook of these~ goods.
nglish Swisej, Plain and Plaided Nan
seoks, Piquen, in great takriety'.
adies' tano Boarf',, 'Ion and F~ows, at
fifteen cents, wvorth thirty-dive cents.
E AUTIFUL APRlING SUi'fa
FINE, MEDIUM and tunMOg
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