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NEWS AND H ERALD.
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W INNSBO[(, S. C.
V'es lay. February 26 : 185
Twe blizzard failed to materialize.
But mention it in whispers for it may
yet come along.
TNE only Congressman from South
Carolina without a contest on his
SENATOR BUTLER was ConbciOnSly
oblivious to Tillman's introduction to
the Senate recently.
To TuH Legislature of North Car*
lina-you represent the "free State"
of North Carolina, not Liberia.
ANENT the political developments of
the past few days, some of our con
temporaries are mad, others glad, some
indignant, several uncertain and not a
few indifferent. And what about
theirjeaders-very weary we suspect.
NEW ORLEANS' annual festival, 'the
famous Mardi Gras, is in full blast
today. Nothing like it is seen ib the
United States, and no people we think
could make so complete a success of it
as do the hospitable citizens of New
ToxoRnow begins the Lenten season,
and from now until the joyous Easter
'day the observance of this season of
fasting and prayer will be almost
universal. Society functions cease
and the Christian world in general is
-quieter and more subdued than usual
much to its advantage.
CHAELESTON's Freight Bu.-eau prom
ises to be something more than a mere
name. Manager Smith has'commenced
an aggressive fight for fair rates and
it promises to bear fruit in the near
future. There is great cause for com
plaint all over the South in regard to
rates, but in Charleston there is espo
IF' the two beautiful days just past
are harbingers of spring, about which
the poets and sentimentalists annually
say so much that is silly, and go wild
in general, we shall anticipate with
pleasuce and welcome with joy its
early arrival. Somehow man feels
himself something more than an
"indescribable nothing" at that period.
CLETELAND and Ctev~aad's policy
have given much opportlunity for
smart enitorial criticism, and the dis
play of much learning, and much
more ignorance, as to the financial
question. To our mind this half flip
pant and wholly senseless habit of
abusing Cleveland is nothing ,more
than a bid for the applause of those
who are as much in ignborance as to
finances as the, writers themselves.
- SENAToRt RANsoM's seppointmient a*
minister to Mexico meets with univer
sal approval. Much rather wou'd we
see him remain in the Senate chamber
which year by year, in the loss of men
such as he, presents a greater and
more displeasing contrast to the Senate
of half century ago. Senator Ransom
will grace any position he holds, how
ever, and in thus providing for one
who has ever made a staunch fight for
Democracy the President has done
Timman, of South Carolina, and Blutler,
of North Carolina, on the Floor of the
WAsHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 21.-Sena
tor-elect Tillman, of South Carolina,
and Butler, of North Carolina, were
on the floor of the senate for some
time today. Mr. Tillman was accom
panied by Governor Evans, of South
Carolina, and the two held quite a
reception immediately in the rear of
where General Butler, of South Caro
lina, sat. Mr. Tillman said he ex
pected to rentain for thre, or four days
and expressed the hope that he would
not be called upon to return to Wash
ington for an extra session. He was
assigned to the seat to be vacated by
Senator Ma~tin, of Kansas, which is
next to the seat occupied by his cot
league, Senator Irby. Senator-elect
Butler has not yet chosen a seat nor
indicated on which side of the senate
he prefers to be located. After being
introduced to a large number of sena
tors he went out to lunch with Senator
For Over Fifty Years
MR". WINSwow's SOOTHINo SYRUP has
been used for over fifty years by taillions
of mothers for their children while teeth
ing. with perfect success. It soothes the
child;, softens the gums, allay-s all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the -tremedy
for Diarrhea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sniferer immediately. Sold by Drug
gists in every part of the world. T?wenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask f' r
' irs. Winsiow's Soothing Syrup," and
A FAIRFIELD BOY.
Well Pleased. with the Georgia-A'abama
Mr. Editor: Please allow in space
in ytur valuab!e paper for a few itens
on the Georgia-Alab im, Buir e-s Col
legea, and aio tny jirnny here. I left
home with Lhe expectation of reachinig
Macon on the following night, b:at
failed. I spent a very plea-an night
in Augusta. Liaving Augut s at 9.55
a. in. I arrived in Macon at 1.10 p. n.
I was very nuch surprised to see such
a beautiful city, and more s. when I
found the young men of the college to
be so kind to me on first acqutin lance.
I had not been here but a shor time
before the youiig men seemed almost
like home folk-. I certainly have not
been disappoined in the college; it is
a beautiful bui'ding, niely located,
and a'3o has a very fine carp3 of pro
fessors. All the student, are drilled
very tho)roughly ia their studies, such
as coramercial, stenography, telegra
phy, etc. The time i equired for co
pletion is the shortest of any college
in the South. When thrungh a young
man or lady is ready h->neflay to earn
their own living.
I advise all young meu and girle
who want to acquire a good busineis
educition in a short time with small
expense (compared to other colleges)
to attend the Georgia-Alabama .Busi
ness College, one of the most thorough
Young men, why not patronize out
own Southern institution.? I know
of some who attended the Northerm
schools and are no better prepared for
business than those who attend the
Son-hern, and the expense is much
greater in the North.
This college needs no recommenda
tion.. The attendance proves that it i:
a fine school. Every Souther n State is
represented, and I am glad to say my
o!d State (South Carolina) is fully
represented. Our South Carolina boys
know a gooJ thing when they see it.
Go to work, young men, get you up
s!ime money and come to this college
The time is coming, yea, it is here for
:he young men and wom.n to be edu
cated. You cannot invest money in a
more appropriate manner tban to cul
tivate the brain.
The great opportunity for our poor
farmer boys as well as rich ones, and of
all occupations, is upon us. Let's go
to work and make use of the oppor
Of course our studies here seem to
be difficult at first, but with the extra
ditary plain explanation by our pro
fessors makes it all light to us in a very
short time, and we go on cheerfully.
Young men and women are now
offiered speeial opportunities to this
college by Wyatt & Martin, principals.
We hope to have some more of our
douth Carolina boys with us in this
excellent college situated in a beau'iful
Wth best wishes for your paper,
I am yours truly,
Macon, Ga., Feb. 22, 1895.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Oil enriche-t the blood, builds
r'ound fiesn, restorea strength and vi
tality to the debititated body. Full
pint bottles $1.00 Winnsboro Drug
OUR EFFORTS APPRECIATED.
A Subscriber in the West Much Interested
in the Prize Club Idea.
Ifesa. Editors: Enclosed find $3
in payment of amount due on Weekly
NEWS AN HERALD. In makinig this
remittance I wish to oxpress my high
appreciation of your live paper, and
the keen interest I have fet in watch
ing the course of events; politically,
socially and financially with the people
of old "Fairfield "
In these hard times and depression
of our agricultural interests through
out our fair Southland, due to the
over-production and low price of
cotton, it is gratifying to no'e the vim
and progressive spirit of our farmer
friends there, in the formation of
prize clubs, the building up of cotton
factories and general disposition to
raise less cotton, and live more at
home, which is our enly salvation
fromn bankruptcy ; and it shows they are
up with the times.
It is interesting to observe the won
derful recuperative powers of this
rich valley copuntry when it is remem
bered that in '92 and '93 the entire
country was laid waste by summer
overiows, resulting in an entire failure
of crops. When now, with one crop
(in '94) and low price of cotton, people
as a rule, are even with the world
again, and filling np with more people
And if we only had a few of such
leading spirits, as at e ini old Fairfield,
we could soon put on airs. It is pro
posed here, to plant less cotton and
Our levee system along the Missis
sippi River is in a measure per fected,
and we expect greater immunity from
overiews now. Just now the indi
cations all point to a low water this
season, river about half bank and
falling. And weather unusually cold,
ground covered with snow this morn
Wishing all old friends a happy and
prosperous 3 ear, and success to THE
EWS AND HERALD, I am respectfully,
C. B. BURLEY.
Monterey, La , February 14, 1895.
STATE OF OHIo, 4 .ITY OF TOLEDn,
Lucis COUNTY, S'
FRAiK J. CHENEY makes oath ithat
e is the senior partnter of the firm of
. J. CHENEY & CO0.. dioinng bu..inrs
in the City of Toledo, County arnd
State aforesaid, anid that said firrm
will pay the sum of ONE IIUNDRED)
DOLLARS for each andl everyn~ case of
CATARRHl that canrsot be cured by the
use of H Au.'s CATAREET CURE.
FRANx J. CRENEY.
Sworn to before mue arnd subscribed
in my presence, thi. 6 k day of Deeetm
er, A. D. 1886.
SEAL) A. W. GLEASON,
all's Catarrh Curec is taken intrernnally
mnd acts directly on the b:.od an't
uous surfacce of the system. Send
for testimionrials, fr. .
F. J. t EENET A ('O , T..ledo, 0.
WSold by Druggist.s, 750.
Children Cry fQr Pitcher's Casteria.
for InfantS ar
T HIRTY years' observation of
millions of persons, permit uW
It is unquestionably the best
the world has ever known. It :
gives them health. It will save
something which is absolutely a
Castoria destroys Worms.
CAstoria allays Feverishne
Castoria prevents vomiting
Castoria cures Diarrhea and
Castoria relieves Teething 'I
Castoria cures Constipation
'astaria neutralise. the effects of 01
Cestoria does not contain morphine,
Castoia assimilates the food, reg
giving hetthy and natural sleep
Castoria is put up in one-siMs bottl
Don't allow any one to sell you any
that it is "just as good" and "wI
See that you get C-A-S-T-0-3
Children Cry for P
The Community Shocked.
"Last evening, just after tea, while Mr.
Thomas Hartman, a prominent and highly
respected citizen, apparently in the best of
health and spirits, was reading a newspaper,
the sheet suddenly fell to the floor; he
placed one hand over his heart, gasped, and
sank back in his chair, evidently uncon
scious. The family were stricken with con
sternation, and immediately summoned a
phy.ician. But it was too late. The old
gentleman was dead. Physicians gave heart
disease as the cause."-Holbrook Herald.
Every day the papers contain statements
similar to the above. Even youth is no de
f,--se against heart disease, and the awful
o pidlity with which it is claiming victims
for-:es upon all a conviction of its prevalence.
Rcader, if you have a symptom of this
dreatl disease do not hesitate a moment in
.vt mding to it. Delay is always dangerous,
-1:i1 in heart disease too often fatal. Some
wuptoms of heart disease are shortness of
iai, fluttering, or palpitation, pain or
.le~rness in left side, shoulder, or arm, ir
- dai'r pulse smothering, weak or-hungry
- .eds, faintn spells, dropsy, etc.
Th-tries Raven, York, Pa., writes: "I suffered
- r- heart diease 22 yeas. Frequently miy
--t e would seem tojump into my mouth. anid mry
e on mad e v ery melnhli'vins
-n not expected to live, but was induced as a
-sort to use Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. The
--e d day I felt greatly relieved, and at the em1
-.'- days I felt like a king. My gratitude is to ,
' nfr expression."
J'eph Rockwell. Uniontown. Pa., ag"ed R2
-wi with heart disease in a very severe form.
I - taken all so-ealled cures, but with no benet
-- I use Dr. Miles' remedy, one bottle of whreh
Jr. D). Bethards, High Point, Ia., makes the fi!
'!awinlg statement: " I was a wreck fr'm he't
-tese~e and stomach trouble when I began uain:u
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver
Pills. As aresult of their use I am well."
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold by all drur
ri ts on a ositive guarantee, or sent by the Dr.
Siles Medcal Co., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of
price, 81 per bottle, six bottles for SS, express pre
paid. It is positively free from all opiates or
dangerous drugs. Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver
Pills, 25 cents per box, five boxes, $1.00. Mailed
anywhere. Free book at druggists, or by mail.
Sold by WINNSBORO DRUG STORE.
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
Society in the Department of
the Carolinas, wishes to- se
cure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted2
for this work will fmnd this*
A Rae OpportlliltyJ
-It is work, however, and those ,
who succeed best in it possess0
-character, mature judgment,
tact, perseverance, and theg
respect of thleir community.
Think this matter over care- e
-fully. There's an unusual:
_opening for somebody. If it
-fits you, it will pay you. Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
Oures all Female Complaints and Month',y
irregularity, LeucorrhceaorWhites, Pae in9
Back or Sides, strengthens the feeble, be-u2
up the whole system. Ithascured thousands
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
stamp for book
DR-J P. DRoNGOOLE ? CO.. Louisville. Ey. sa
Castoria with the patronage of (
Sto speak of it without guessing.
remedy for Infants and Children
a harmless. ChUdren like it. It
their lives. In it Mothers hav'e
afe and practically perfect as a d
rbonio acid gas or poisonous air.
spium, or other narcotiepop
ates the stomach and bowels,
a only. It is not sold in bulk.
hing else on the plea or promise
II answer ever urpose."
means so much more than c
you imagine-serious and ,
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
SIf you are feelinig -
out of sorts, weak
ad generally ex
have no appetite
g te enr
rI l ble strengthening
ters. A few bot
ti comes from the
B i te s veyfrtdose-il
tetan d it's
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Neuralgia, Troubles, ' |,
Coinstigation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Women's complaints. |,
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitut es. ('.i recei lit of t wo 2c. stamps vie
will scuid :;st cf Ten Beautiful W/orld'a'
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMiCAL CO. EALTIAOE A/D
SHas sustairedI its reputation for 18 years *
as being thc standard remedy for the *
quick and permanent cure of Rheuma-*
tism, Gout. Sciatica, etc. in all its forms.
It is endorsed by thou.mdcls of Physi-*
cians, Publishers and Patients. It is
*purel vegetable and builds up from the .
firPrice is Ione dollar a bottleo, or sixr*
bottles for five dollars. Our 40-page Pam- *
* phlet, sent Free by Mail. Address, 0
( Durang's Rheumatic Remedy Co:
1318 L Street,Waslilngtonl, D.C. +
yDura'ng's Litter Pills are the best on
Searth. They act with an case that makes -
St'hem at household blessing.
P* 02 25 CTC. PER BoX, or 5 BOXES FOR $1. ,
FOR SALE BY DEUGGISTS. :
JACODS' PIT. AIA CY CO.,
Vlholesale Agents, Atlanta, Ga
Burial Cases and Caskets, o
T HE UNDERSIGNED hias a full
n of11 the h::et (esigns inl
BURIAL LASES A1E CASKETh
t mnoderate prices. Orders filled
roplr, lnight and day, at the old
ld. 'I hi:an,kd: for past paitr'i:.agr,S
Hearse furn~:ishl (I benl ordered~C. I
11-Gr 3 . 31. FLLLOTT.w. C
Bloodi andf Skin Dsases ~
EOTAiN~e IELOOD~ EnT never fails
n curec all L:.nl:.;ro ' ed.~ a:id Skin dis. '
ases. It ls rhe great S.: ern building up B
md purifyin~r I *ndy. a:.:1 cures all mranner .
> skin and blood1 f ,ase::. As a builuing V
rto;:ie ita is vnitijot a riv.ad. and absolutely C
>b-yond comparison r:ith~ any otheCr r:Lmilar -
-e-ned: ever iftered' au the~ public. It is a
anacea for all ill: r&suiU:. fre.ra irpure
lood, or an imnoverished condition of the
bmman system. - A single iattic vill demon
trateits pjara,:ou.: virtaes.
Gi"Send for free h:cca cf WVorderful Cares.
rice, Sr.co per large bot tic; $5.00 for sir -
For sale by druggists: if not send to rus,I
nd medicine will be sent freight prepaid on
~eceipt of price. A'l'rcss
BLOO Bnn LM COa.,r' Atlan..., n.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
Points of Merit.
:heapest and Most Popular
Buy for profit, keep up to
ate and get the best. A new
s low as con be bought in
olumbia and Augusta. Save
our express charges.
R. W. PHILLIPS
Just received a nice line of
rewelry, Watches and Chains,
olid Silver and Plated Wares.
Dhina Plates Cups and
(both gold band and plain.)
Vicb can be bought as cheap for
.AS hece as anywhere else, quality
if goods taken into consideraioun
Perhaps I can bnit YOU. Call in
3. M. Chandler.
$ S~ OE THEBE.
. 4.a3AP FlNE CALF&KANGAlilli
$3.s.9 POUCE,3 SOLES,
$2 . WORKlNGM, l(3
. V-r INE
Over~03e MIlion People wesr the
W.L.Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
l our shoes are equally satisfactory
'ey give th be au orsty~ e a .
hrerngqualities are uns a5ssed.
The prices are unlform,---stam oso.
rom Si to S3 saved over other makes.
f your dealer cannot supply youw~e can. So'ldby
W. J. JOHENSON, -
7-3 Ridigeway, S. (.
Drmtanswe and ahonst opnowriterto
MUN& CO. who have had neryfiftyyas
ttem sent fe.Aso acataogue of mechan
sintt In the ce ntic Amnerian and
tu cottteIvntor. Thi aln pperth
Iudwely egantlylluste~a ya h
d $3 ayr. ampl co p easenre
tl1 plaesi colors, and photogah onew
hue.with plans, cnablingtulr s Adsho the
MUN CO., N~E YoIU, 361 BnoADwA.
If you have made up) your mind to buy
Eood's Sarsaparilla do not beC induced to take I
ny other. Hlood's Sarsaparilla is a peculiar I
iedicine, possessing, by virtuc of its peculiar
>binaton, proportion, and preparation,
arative powecr superior to any other article. s
Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
d whose example is worthy imitation, tells
er experience below:
" In one store where I weht to buy Hood's
arsaparilla the clerk tried to induce me buy
cir own instead of flood's; he toldme their's
ould last longer; that I might take It on ten
tys' trial; that If I did not like it I need not b
ty anything, etc. But he could not prevail II
ame to change. I told him I knew what
[ood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken It, was
tifed with it, and did not want any other. c
enIbegan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla SI
wa eieling real miserable, suffering "g
great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak r i
lat at times I could hardly stand. I looked, i
ad had for some time, like a person in coflm E
mllpton. Hlood's Sarsaparilla did me so al
tuch good that Iwonlder at myself sometimes, ii
ad my friends frequently speak of It." MRS. C
LLA A. GOFF, Ci TerraCe Street, Boston.
old byall druggists. Si; sir for $. Ppared l
y C. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowen,. Mass.
S100 Doses One Dollar
A pply t o
CUT PRICE SALE.
In spite of five-cent cotton and the ready-to-die feeling of people generally,
re sold stacks of goods in 1894; but as we failed to get rich, we want to sell
nore in 189-5. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
qEXT SIXTY DAYS, sell at
The first item is Dress Goods, which we offerat New York wholesale price,.
with nothing added for freight or expense. We have a good assortment, and
t will pay you to see them, and bring the cash with you.
Big Bargains in Flannels, Sbawls, Bal Skirts, Underwear.
Large lot of Jeans, Kerseys, et,., for men's wear, at factory prices.
We have a great many lots in this department offering at first cost-all at
eut prie4(s. Now is the time to buy.
TAte best br rains in medus Ha. we ever saw. We b ;e a man's Felt Stiff
Kat at 75c--g style and cheap at double the price.
We are an xious for trade and want you to come tosee us. We claim to
Good Quality and Low Prices.
We are grateful for the liberal patronage of last year, and will endeavor to
make it to the interest of the public to give us a larger patronage in 1895.
Good value, honest dealing, polite attention to all are the rules that guide us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
All parties indebted to us must make arrange
ment for immediate settlement. We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to go into a new business it is absolutely neces
sary that our business here be closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. II. KETCHJN & CO.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY 00.14 4,
(EASTERN SYSTER.) -1L
Batr ieat Savannah and Pts. North.
|No 34 .. IWI~ K
Northbound. Daily No 38 No 10 No 20 ggVf
Jan. 20. 1895. vs 11m Danly Daily IDaily;'I'
Lv. .Tacksonville... ~5 a 4.15 p. ... ....
ar. Columbia...4.30 pJ 2.10 aj.
Lv Charleston. ... 7.15 a! 5. p ......
ar Columbia.....1.1 a 10.10 p -------- So long as this store stands solely
L1. Augusta ....2.10 p...s. ....... and solidly upon the character of it s
Granitevil.~.. :::! merchandise and continues to give
Cohautin.. . & .1.. -a ---the grsnteSt value for the money
Lv Columbia. ...5.00 p 3.29 a 3.20 a 5.15 p spent, So longv will the masses of th e
Che."J*.:: 7.3 p 54 .12a71 people continue to bestow upon u
"oc ill 81 -- -U a - that unstinted patronage which ha s
-Danymfe....12.SOnt 11.35 a nl.s5 a...made us leaders im onr line of busi -
" Richmond....A a 4.50 p 4.50 p...ness. The special prices which hare
"Washington .... 7.42 a; 8.. - prevailed here during the past week
" altimuore. .. 9.02 a11.35p 113 p...have caused lots of suits to bid
"Philadelp.hia. ...11i.30 a 300 a 3 .00 a..... d , -
" New Yor. 2...20 p G.23 a1 6.23 a ....... "gd-ye" .0 our counters, -man
'a 11m No a N. 9 No 19 those who obtained them will never
sethbound. ~o3 Daily IDaily Daily regret he Investment. ,We have
av.New York.... 301.1 ....-- replenished the bargain lots, and
"Phladelphia....~ 5.5 7:42 .......... offer even greater values than be
v.W shngtn....1005 11.01 ~....... ....fare.
.y.Richmnond...12.50 a112.30_n!12.30 ni......$ -5-$ .5an
:vD u ll..t50%1t l. i.55 - . 8-50Suits at--- 75
"Rock 1.11.....9.26 a 11.47 11147 pl 9.40 al
:: Ches-e...... 9.6a!221 s.1t 0 a $2~, $22.50, $18-50, $15
Lr.Coluiba....-.. 1235n 2.0 a220 a 12.20 pad$25 ut n
Zv.ColLur4....... :12.40 .....4.05 and$.......tsan
": Jontn....2.7....0 a::..... Overcoats -- -- - - ---
Lr. Augusta..... s~op.... 2.3 ::...... $-5, $7-50 and $6.50
1v.Columbia...4.20 p 6.a...... .......Oecast- ---
Lr Charlestoa.....S.40 p11.3$ al.........
,v.Columabia........ la$20.,0$aS....... .....d
No.SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. Cotan Ves -
No.33 ad $4 N.Y. and Fia. Short Line Lim
led. Through train between Jacicsonville and Ti
T. Y. Through Puu~man cars St. Augsine lciisfrpo.ahad
rew York, Tampa and New York, (I' Jack- oeo hs 'o~ ilb et(tt
onville) Augusta and N. Y.. also Dining cars
nd airst-class coach. hO onapbti.
Nos. 35 and 38 Greit U.SlFs a.Thog
'uflman Buffet car J'cks-ville and N. Y. Auso V bu orUdrer h
'uiman ear Augusta and Charlotte In conne e eetprino Wne sytt
Lou with trains Nds. 9 and 10.
N. B. Nos. 23 and SI make only a limited num-legoetrohwianteju
er of stops.
Nos. 19 and 20, 35 and 3G do not enter Union COSivsmn fasalaon
tation Columaia but discharge and take on nteegrnsmasve ay
assengers and baggage at Blland St. Station.
V. A. TURK. s. H. HARDWICK, viisfoyurgddco.(r
G P A. WAsHINGTON. A G P A. ATLANTA
E. BERKELY, Supt., COLUMBIA. S. C. lieicnlltenNaulWolad
r. H. GREEN. J. M1. CULP. CmlsHiadw r oeaet
G MRES, WAsaxxGOMo. T M. WAsmLo~s. n. ti iyfrD.Jee' ee
The Thorougihbred StalIhe, brti ytmoSatry oon
ill mak he sson of 1895 at Winnirs "iar'-Se
Um.d ati lmy larmi for 815 frcm
Inre. IO :,'tinred ile is ; grand- I o ont eiei ouii,
, f L..xingt'n ni . M*In of the wieb htv at
:lebra-e'd E qurer. I )ani Analy ne
e .tgck 'I sloi.e, he b) L xtyto;n, oun
in oi-' a by An.-:i an Eeripe.jj L3 KINi-'
,...~,5 fr( ~$20, $18-50,* $r15.aand
c.- Fa itt~1)~w ii ' ~ ThisFastusaLM is[is for sptcsad
Inone ofqthese goodsiwill bewsentreu
- i ~;~ , ~, roeuctI ~em o n aprbain
1.2I-:m Wn:sbrobe 0 gone ~tug with, an. h ui
liei*opeei Natural etW oor and
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brate syste of Sanitaery Woen
Laned rs KnadsSe
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