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WINNSBORO, S. C.
Tues lay. June 1". : : . :18S5
TuE issue is, which is the stronger,
the politicians or the peop'e.
WILL the "Forty" surrender to Ben
Tillman? A few weeks will deter
Ix some mysterious way, Irby con
trols Tillman, and Tillinan crtn make
his followers blindly follow himn.
WHrr a ,retext! Tilm backs
dow n because the Conservatives seemed
iabilant .ver Jude. Giolf's dci-ion.
TILLMAN I as never been sincere in
1%4% i.%, I.e waite- peae in 6 mth Caro
li,, .A.d hi, i~atrvie w u tises the
ve i be-t . videlwe-.
I ILLMAN is tsor tCace only when he
C Mpt ht-lp it. lie now repudiates a
sulemn agreement because Judge
Gotf's dechain has be reverbed.
DID sou ever bear or auc1i a thing?
Tillinau eives as his re-son for repu
disting his agreement "the receint
demnonatra.ion in Chalcieaon over
T'HE plain adopted att the ntiSs meet
inig seems fair, and should be accepta
ble to those aho really want ana equal
division. Of course, it iou dodt'
want any divisionm, thetn no plani would
be acceptable to you.
iy Tilitan thiz'ks that a large part i
of thie people of South Carolina will
refuse to muake a demonstration over
General Ilaumpton, he is badly mis
taken. They are not. going to snubI
Wade Hamptona merely to humor lienm
NoT a great while ago, wi~en Wade
hampton was ini the United 8tates
Senatte, h:e was tol "wlo..p his mouth
out" of State politics. Has any bo~dy
told Senator Tilhnan to keep . *9his
mioutha out ?" It wou4d be better for
the state, if he woUld.
Is TILLXAN really -ua of South(
*Carolina? We.-b ieve that a very
large mjoriy of the people ot South
Carpl~na want to dyvide delegates to
-tie Constitutional Conventijon, but Ben I
Tillman says, 4.hey shian''" and 'ea-1
soning from the past weo plesume th-y
TILLMAN ON THE PRESENT SITUA
The Senator Tiiman returned from
Memphis yesterday and is stopping at
He was asked last night what he
thought of the reversal of Judge Goff's
injunction, and iu reply he said i
"It simplifies matters very much,
said Senator Tillman in reply, "anid
relieves us of what was daily becoming
a more threatening situla;ion. To il
lustrates~ those Conservatives who
seemed to have the greatest following,
instead of pleading as heretofore f. r
au equal divisiona of the delegates,
were using a heotoring and threaten
ing tone while nearly all of the Con
servative papers were urging their
~agtion not to go in.o the Democratic
z-iimary. Generals Hampton and But
~r had advis d the same thing, at~d
while the News and Courier did not
co.4nsel this course; the recent demou
strationm int Charleston over General
Mampton left sm-ill doubt.as t,, whose
Wadership they would follow, nuless
the Reformiers surrender the c .ntroi
at* the convention to them, All this is
no~w enaange-d and while I nev, r
doidted that the tieformers would
control the convention in anay ev-ent,
1)0 amount of persuasion from any
~saurce can niow induce the Refornxera
ti')trust the C'onservatives with one
half of the delegates. You will re
member that In the inter vie v published
jnsit after our conference with Mr.
IRltrnweba and others th at I said that it,
w 'oujd depend upon the a-sitnde a-f the
ECow ervative papers and a genera
agreemenat 0on b .ib Si es to cease their
bitternes-, whether the scheme could
be successfally c .-ried out. When
Judged Goff'was imported here, with
his scandalous decree already writ ten,
had the Conservative ed.tors and
leaders-acted like patriotic Carolinians
and denounced his unwarranted inter
ference and oferedi to join bands with
the Reformers in maintaining white
supremacy it~ would have at once ob
literated all factional lines and good
feeling and confidence would have
been restored. The Reformers cannot
now forget, nor will they soon forgive,
those who so plainly showed their
purpose to overthrow the white majori
t y by negro. vote', least of al. can they .
trust themtow1 nor can I advise our i
people t) trust them.
"I went into the agreen.ent with E
Mesrs. Barnwell and the othv'r gen
iemen in perfect ga-od faith and had
that' agreemnent beeni generally a:c
-epted by the Conservatives and en- I
ievitable have been carried out by
lmost every county. A golden op
ortunity was lost and the Conserv
tives have 'again,' to use the words
f the Newberry News and Herald,
Iomne the- wi ong thing at the right
inie' for the good of the Reformers."
"D. I understand that you now
epudiate the agreement?" was askel.
"By no means, alibough by every
nle of moralk I cou'd claim to be
bsolved from it. I would still like to
ee a wm-partisan conventiion com
>osed of our best mei, from both fac
ions, and I take this opportunity to
trge our people, and by that I mean
hose who have supportel me, to be
enerous and not treasure up in their
icarts with too much bitterness the
-ecent taunts and threats made by the
antis' We have got to live here to
retber, our interests are identical, the
.uture prosperity of the State depends
argely on a better state of feeling.
[ can see no harm and much good that
will follow if the Reformers voluntari
y select, men of the best brains and
harac.er among the Conservatives to
ome to the cmnventioa. I would only
give the caution that no man be al
owed to come who during the dark
lays followed Goff's tyrannical usurpa
ion0 showed any gratification or
,nuade any threats; such men cannot be
rusted, and had better be Jeft at home.
"There is one other point that I feel
hould be emphasized, and that is
this: There must be some hidden or
secret purpose in tl.e almost insane
Jesire, which has shown itself among
the 'antis,' to control the constitutional
-onvention. Having voted almost
olidly against it, I have never under
tood why they have been so anxious
to have equal representation in it,
when by all rules of fairness and all
the principles of Democracy, they
were not entitled to any representa
tion at all, except in the counties where
"When the Barnwell conference met
there appeared to be no prospect of an
greement being reached, mainly be
:ause of this demand for half, and it
was only accepted by the Reformers
resent after imposing conditions,
which are familiar to the public.
'hose conditions a--e still vital and rno
Donservactive-shond be voted for at
he primary who do s yet dicu-s
hose questions before the pe,ple a; d
atti fv thei si. to I is ai i!tue on t 'em
-Thiere is o-i. 1 1 he' vi a f. ature
6h 11 C, , (chui pe--) e inu-t not ovk Hrl. k.
[. i- tihe consti tttioial provi-ion-i for
he e: II ol of Cor Ora ions an I the
jaest on -f taxation. t orporation at
urneys, tLose ktoiwn to oe in lie eir.
Aoy of corporations, had botter be left
Lt home, whether U eformers or Con
*ervatives, unless from their characters
tud general cour e of conduct as men
t lis believd ihey can be trusted.
"I must believe that the strenuous
4forts to obtain half the dt legates were
nspired by the desire to put in:o the
ew Constitution' something that
rould have either h ampere th0 Legis
ature or tied its hands in in some way."
"What about the action in Edge
eld ?'' was asked.
"I saw by the papers that thiit action
vas credited to my infiuence. I had
tothing to do with it and only hap
>ened to be -at the court house that day
m private business."
"Do you think the plan of the Edge
eld committee wilt be carried out ?"
"I doubt it very much. Our people
ave always been strong advocates for
he primary aud this return to the con
rntion system of nominations is not
ikely to give satisfaction. I think the
ounty will send some Conservative
elegates, provided they satisfy the
~eple on the stump."
"It seems to me that while claiming
o stand by the agreement that you arc
dviing against its being carried out,"
"I am only standing by its spirit,
ot its letter. The Conservatives have
tood by neither its spirit nor letter.
t would be suicidal now for the Re
ormers-jo gi've,&gne-half representation
0-aldir opponeirts.. We called the
;onstitutional Conven'tton-and we are
esponsible for it. We trcust rl
tand I am very sure that we cannot
nake a Constitution i hich wiil in any
ay do in'jury to the rights either of
erson or property of tihe other s'de,
hich will not (qually bear on our
elves. The Geff incident has raised
te veil and shown too much of hatrea
.d a fell purpose to rule or ruin for
oe to ask the Reformers to do more
ha I have indicated, and if I were to
k it and( stumped the State, county
y county, the ;.eople would. go their
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
Ri' hausted, ii ervous,
have no appetite
Iron medicine,which is
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot
e S comes from the
Dyspepsla, Kidney and Liver
Coz.tipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous alments
Get only the genuine-it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On receipt of two 2c. stamps we
will send set of Ten Beautiful World's
Fair Views and book-free.
BROWN CHEMiCAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD.
be leadngConssnatory of Ami
nndedin 1853 by - oN' ?*~
f~~'t~ 0r4JsSend for Popco
1aN9~ giig full information.
for Infants and Children.
M OTHERS, Do You Know tat Paregoric,
Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
Do You Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
Do You Know that in most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons?
Do You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
unless you or your physician know of what it is composed?
Do You Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
its ingredients is published with every battle ?
Do You Know that Cactoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That It has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined ?
Do You Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
"Castoria" and its formule, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense ?
Do You Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
because Castoria had been proveu to be absolutely harmless?
Do You Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
cents, or one cent a dose ?
Do You Know that when possesed of this perfect preparation u Y children MY
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Well, these things are worth knoving. They are facts.
The fac-sinile Is on everf
sft..ature of , , Wrapp
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastorIa.
A Minster's EDiness.,
Health Restored Headache,
.4*Cured By Dr. Miles' Nervine
OWADAYS when competition so sharp and keen, when the
Sstruggle foi- wealth, position, c - bare liv-:a. is so severe, when
it takes so much more effort, ca :auch mrome brain power to ac
complish the same result than i .1- ::. re.Cort years ago, men
nd women are so liable to overwork themse.ves. BicrAX thej arec aware of
tthey become nervous, sleepless, exhaustet. a:id irritable. They are tired,
laguid, nerveless and physically are going down; hill at a rapid rate.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores,-brings back health -<raEs,-just such
eople. The Rev. I. V. McCarty, pastor of the F?irst Uitled Brethren church
of Wabash, Ind., writes Nov. 19, 1894:
"I was very healthy until seven years ago, thought' counld et:'ndr aything;
ut, from overwork and exposure, I was stric::n doua xrth braina Tever and
arrowly escaped death. Since that time I save su.Tered more than ever.
"It began with neuralgia and a continrx.us, terrible Jain in the left side;
t times I was dizzy and had the severest of headac >2. My digestion was
erybad and Ihad a great deal of stomach trouble, and sa:ficred untold agony.
was constipated nearly all of the time. .I '.m t:Aa ..' tie3n and so much re
uced in nerve force that I had little life and no amubi ion.
"Six weeks ago I began taking Dr. Miles' rmdice ma havec taken nearly
to bottles of the Restorative Nervine anUl thEe~- :. i the Nerve and
iver Pills. The result is truly marvelous. 1 Mic' 1.:: 2 in an I have
ained eighteen pounds and have more strength and r :rv- :.rce than I have
ad at any time in the past seven years.
"Last evening at the close of service, I i'ublicl: t;;:t:d to the large audi
nce the facts of the marvelous benefits that I had remij - dfrm your reme
dies, how they had given me strength and hope an.1 vKt:..ity; :o better go on
ith the work of the Master. May the Dea:r Mastsa a idantly bless you."
January 30, 1895, he again writes:
"Prior to last October, when I began the 1:. e yo-r valu ;hle remedies,
was almost an entire mental and physical wreak, b: a now. thanks to Dr.
iles for his Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Live:- Pris, I am a healthy
nd exceedingly happy man. Before I began the use of? your r edicines I very
eriously contemplated resigning my position as p:1stcr of tin First U. B.
hurch of this city, but now with restored health I c:a remain, to the great
oy of my people.
"After two months revival work, two services each day, I am still strong
nd well. May the dear Master of life abundantly bless you."
__ e1___ Nevn* Restores
[TENOF ADMI N[IST Rv 10N Buriai Ca~'s and Ca .ket.
STATEC OF SOU'rICARL(INA, . TUlE UNDEUglGNED has a full
uine of the lates' desges wI
COUN'YOFF11~FELD.BURIL CASES AND CASKETS,
~, . ~.J~Z~S O~ ~J~dfC~Q~tC -at moderate pri'c -3. Or'ders filled
1E EE , .!auws C. Iloffmn hatha promptl y, nighit ad ,aiv, at the~ ohd
V made stuit to) me to azrant hiu let stand. Thankful fi or aSt patronage,
-s of ad miuutraibon; of the e~state~ andIasfrashrofiinuue
cets or 'nma. P. 1 lotliman, dleceased: - s o hr o t i uue
Phese are, therefore, to cite and adlmon Hleare furuished w hen ordered,.
ih al andI singular the kindred and cred- 11-6tf 1. al. FLLiOTT, SR.
ors of the said Thomas C. HLtiman, de.________-___________
asd, that thev be0 andl appear hefore....
,in the Court'of Probate, to be held at AdminluStr~tOr's NOtice-.
arfield Court I louse, S. C., onI the 21s ~ LL -persons havinsz enms against
y of .June, after publiention here- Mrs arah 11. McCants, deceased,
fat 11 o'clock in the forenoon. to show are hereby rotiflid to present the sante
ause, if any theyhave, why the said ad- :o the undersigned, duly attested, within.J
ilstation slhould not be aranted- si:<ty f'ax s from tis (tate, andl( persons I
Given1 umb-r my !.a::a. Ibis h b h:y of iniiehbt: d to said (dectased must matke- pay
une, A. D. - .. ment to me.~
S . JOhNSTO. l. II. JENINGS, j
Drug - Store.!
Chloride of Lime
Late Cabbage Seed.
Hires' Root Beer.
Soads -and Pertumery.
Teas and Vinegar.
Extra fine Smoking Tobacco
and a fine
Assortment of Pipes.
Winsboro Drug Store.
If You Want to Know How
Good Buggies are Made,
Our seat fnamcs are mtzade of white
ash, thoroughiy glued together at corn
ers and a srnietrical tkitt cut on
Panelx are made oval by arranging
the machine with a special rig we have
gotten up, -o that w' hen the seat is
finished it pr.,e aconvex sut face,
thus ca'using tle, varnis.h to show to
good advan':I an~d gi' in the vihticle
a hand.-o-:;- -.a s..r:ce. etis are
torougny ir'11, d to ;ntnie; St; that
they ore k ''bk and tops
qf 1,1 !V 4 :re *t OUlr
i e3 .n1 , ' a r is' !, back or~
to p n n '- " '''' ' P e
a'-Pma .g P~ae u Iie MVnain!
Oar zcats re &uid- byv Mr. Cicero
Moore with a compet:t corps of as
We proICn1l blen% 1cie the world to
co'rs nare r-e ts %kill' 11-:.
M'. NV. - ti er J oodwird, I
our p:rodnct ..'i i" -, and will
be pleaeod t - ' n ihe terits
of I. i .I CA'OIALNA
Yorille,. S. C
AND) SALE SABLFS.
I STILE H AVE ON IIAND
- , Vounf ules
6 oR 8 'o saie.
A TEW GOOD MARES.
A TEW W'>GGIES.
A FEW NECOND-IIAND) WAGONS
A FEW 3fILCHI COWS
I wiU seil aheap for cash or exchange
them for dry cattle.
Wij.n.:br<-., -. C.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
~Point~s of Merit
Cherapest and Most Popta~
Puy for p)rolit, keep up to.
date and get the best. .A new
WINE OW POLES
as low .as can be bought in
C'olubi.a and Augusta.. Save
your express charges.
R. W. PHILLIPS'
L1Ur RTING DONE AND SOiCIT
e y EDGAR I'RAPP,
-ltrl Je~inES b
he Hot Weather
Wil .soon be on in f ull force and you will need light goods. We have them
Ptre!al Variety and beautifil stvis.
'h-e Guods in pin lvdia. Linen, %ery sheer -and piet:y, CLetked atid
ied M fi, ta.v einer-, and Dotted swis.
Batitful tvies in colored Lawns ant Jackonets, fine Dimities and Swiss
o1 colore)1d dots. U-g variety in cheap Lawns from 3. and up. Duck, Per
, Ginwhan, in varit. ty of si les and qtaliry. Satteeas for waists, hand
nie amjd itew.
We havu iue third o01cr iii of those Silk Shirt Waists. Take a look at them.
Lght weilht Set ges in b ue and black, ju,t the thing for skirts.
Ju.t rIc, ived, a secoind -uplv of Lace and Embroideries, Insertions to
tc. ,Ih It 'iuts are ali the g-; ee tbein.
I :,, br- , hut-v in ti-ia inie, but h-.ve received new supplies and the
fa i l. Tne g..,s : re- .% i i and ithe prices right. We are endeav
i: .- and iaslov . very cui towcr by *,ite attention and nice work.
We can please you in i.is line, for we have the goudF, and Ladie*' Oxford
blawk and ten-all t% le aid qu'lities.
Gents, Wht.e and N gJlee Shirts, Gueze Underwear, Ties, &c.
ULL LiNE STYLISH STRAW.HATS.
We want vour trade and feel confident goods will never be cheaper tihan
ow; so now ii the time to buy. Come and see us.
CALDWELL & RUFF~
Headquarters for Millinery.
TMl iMED AND UNTRIMMED LADIES', MISSES' ANDC LDREN'S
la: s in all the latest shapes. A large stock of Ribbons, Fancy Feath, Birds
md Tipc. . Fai.cy Pins, Buckles, Velvets, Sisk-, Crepes and other go per
n Ito thisdepartent. As we . a lhae stock of these goods b
i-e sold in season, we have mnati. ouir prics on them down. Now
iutr ime to come atid buy at J. 0. BOAG'.
>)Staple Dry Goods.s<
Nov. tv a d oid Co-. r IrMess Goris if various
sC -e. .iat~rial. a itIt Trimmit gs for fitme..e
IfF..- y Goods and Notions as low as the lon est.
O C< rut and .,e for ba'-gains at
S'.[it and otherL goo Is usuilly f.>and in a geieral merchandise stdre to
b. -tf:nd at -. 0. BOAG'S.
Fun~~imre, Sa i t.g MaIchsine-, Cookigig Stoves,. Organs, Buggies, Surreys,
ib.d c:rts, and~ One and Ti wo-h rsc Wiagons. .
SOUTHERN RAILWAY ~ utAre3I
- ~ FRFc:RDA CBBG.2
J.Winslow Jone.' Canned Cori.,Sliced
Te-imne at 4.0-:i~an an m.Nw Pnpds ColumbiaRveSao.
Ncrhbound, No 361No 10ONo $8 Cove Oyster.s, Frech 04ves an4
ay1.19. DiyDaily DailyCowP~k~~
v. Jac tsnville. . ....54 p .....7.00a - nustard,Chw horPce,
L. Savaranah..- ....1014 p) .... 813 Flaccus Brothers Tomato Cat
Ar. Columbia.... ..... 243 a . ..34
Lv~b-le --f-- sup. L~a- k, Perrm's Wor
Ar Columbia..........1010 . .... cesterehifre Sauae, Leg
g~ggt ........ . p.2) . geun'aiacke~d Oats and
: E atvl ::-::::::: .a5 *.3 no[h tkr Oatmeal,
a .,. .... ... 2.0a 2422
Lv Columba. ... ,...3505 a .50a 4.50p -RatdRo
"Wnnsboro .....,, 4.49 a 4.49 a 5.52 p.J~ n
"Chester .........533 a 5.35 a 8.40 p Jv n
"' Rock Hill. ... O.... .0 6.08 a 7.20 p
Arc lte..l...... 7.00 at 7.00 a s.2 P MomlP3- (offees, - Milk, Lunch and1
" atlv-ig......-..-..--. - 11.43 a 11.40 a 20n
.- ...-~----.4-0 ----p6. Soda C rseke-rs, Nicknacks, Stick and
SWashngton.. ....... SA' 8 .30 p6.42 a,.--~-' French candy, Marehmrellows, 0g
PiiadeEph..-....300 . jl0.1 a burn, 11i1 & Co.'s "Choice." and
"N~w York........... 8 .20 a 0.2 ati.25 R. W. Tobacco -'L'g ~Btrn"-best
Souhb~lfli No N5!o 9 N
Souhbon 1 DailyDaily Dany~ , ve cents 1-).ecft On: ~he. aar k t.
Lv2'15rk..... 12.15mt 5 30 So inbrt ep -y pes i~
L b1,NewpYork.......---'.20 '.20 6.55 p -~u u'~plpeslCbr
--Phi~ldlphi5 .---.-------069..W9.hia g.20 ettes. The bcest tine of L~ars i9N @
tv. asin to .,.. .. - i - - at any price y ou want. Cudahay's
v...hmn....,...-'- Crown Cisu Hbams and 4Rex" bran4 of
- ~~~t...... 10 1A .5aLard. A few Breakfast Strips left at
"WC i - --- ----..... .14 1 .14 a e ets I er pound.
Ar.CoIuIbia..-......-2.20 a2.2 3.0 p
Lv.olumbi. ......... -----'-- 6.32a 3.29 p
-Johsto.......... ---- 6.4 3-E p A new b'a -r I of best ~wpyrleans
"a O'Y11"-ije"... ..'.'... -. 0 a ,4ases 1p rriye to day,
Ar. Augusta......... . ---.
Lv~colubia........------. 6.0 ae.......
Lv.Columba..... .-- 130 a...., p
Ar.saVana ...--- ---.. 5.48 a!.... 9
" Jaksnille... ..... 10.30 ..t.. 9.20 p
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. MR n
No. 37 and 38 Washingtonl & Southern Lim-. g
ited, Pullman cars Tm5 co New York, *I 5
Solid Pullman train with 3ining cars north of___________
IB3aEutet Sleeping car ad first-class
c$OkC~asonville and New York; also Pul-PERTA INING To THE CRAZISOF vCOWs.
N.r B.N. 35 and S6 do not enter Union Be it enacted and ordaired by t1,8
s assongr ga. bgageatarglandung St. Intendant and Wardens or-the town
HAaDWgCKs of Wiimaboro in Council met and by
.W. A. TURK. S- .HRIC. the autbho it1 of the saint:
GPA.WAsymotoN AGPAA'L.ANTA That the grazing of cows on the
E LY. G SE., COI ? CLUIP. streets of Winnas oru shall be -lawful,
G Sp.. W~a Tm -T , Wassu~GTox. except. as 1.ereinafter provided.
- Provided. That grazing sl~all not be
$PANISi JA CK 9emi' o Conge.** n Zo
(XflStreet north or East Washigton.
u1~ JllIE~I~Prorided, funther, T ha eaahpr
a , jshall be aecurely bhtentd and held
while grazing and that the graq.'ng of
5ie.I he Imported Wash ngtotn Par- cows shall onlv be permit ted between
ro hwlicht cost ownert $2,000), 144 the hours of 6 A. M. at:d 6 P. M.
rtids high 'et black with white points. Prov.idsd, ,furthaer, Tihiat any one of
han is,J oth, and proportioniatelv fending agsmast the provisions of this
stydes, .il serve a limited number of Ordinance shall be Cued twenty-five
maes at vy place-"Fairfield Stock cents for each and every offetnse.
Faratm." p That all Oudinaoces and parts of
TErmS :10.00 to insure (with foal Ordinances inconisivent wit b this Or,
oE31nJ gg), dinance be and the samte are bereby
7.00seasonl without instrance repealed.
pay able in advance, Pone 'in Council thit 15th dsy of
.5 00 singe service, pay,. May, 1895, and with the corpo
able in advance. [(L. s.) rate real of the town Saxed. -
W. D. DAVIS, JAB, W. HIANA HAN,
~.16Monticello, S. C. Intendant. *1
3-16 Attest: J. A. flINNAN'T, Clerk.
DE1NTI.STR2Y DR. E. C. JETER,
EigsiciaI and Surgeon.
~. J.. QUA TTILEBA UM, D ) S- Offers is profess ial sersics t9 th9
pole of Fairfield.
ostoffice addtres4, Jenknsvige,. C.
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