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Bat TEL .IGENCEI
lo Rent-M. C. Rion.
Wanted, Boarders - Mrs. J. J.
Barnes, Atlanta, Ga.
-"Caroline" Sale at McMaster
Co.'s drug store. adv
-Mr. F. E. Propst, after four
weeks of sickness, is out on the streets
-The pa->tor being absent, there
will be no service in the Methodist
Church tomorrow morning.
-Two members of the chaingang
have been relcased, and Mr. Bankbead
reports that he needs reinforcements.
--Fridav was the day for examina
tion of teachers. Twenty applicants,
five white and fifteen colored, were
-Are you going to buy a new wrap
this winter? If you are, don't fail to
sce Laudcrdale's capes. They are
cheap, pretty and stylish. adv
-Thu ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will have the entertainment,
which has already been mentioned,
next Friday night, the 25th inst.
-The protracted meeting which
was to have begun in the Baptist
Church on the first Sunday in No
ember, has been postponed until the
ond S!Lday in November.
-Judge of Probate Johnston', loss
account of the burning of his house
C mucti sreater than wa6 at first
thought. Many thir.gs were lost that
Mr. Johnston thought, immediately
after the fire, had been saved.
On Thursday on Mr. Frank Ilarrib'
place, eigl.t or nine miles from town,
two negrce. had a difliculty over
some cotton and one had his skull
cruthed with a piece of scantling.
Their names could not be 1-arned.
-My stock of millinery is now com
plete, having received my third order.
All the latest styles of Sailor's, Walk
ing Hats, etc. Pattern Hats and Bon
nets a spccial!y. Will be pleased to 8
have N ou inspect my stock, as to styles
and prices. Respecifully,
adv. Mrs. J. D. McCarley.
-On TuesCay morning Chief of
olice Gilbert received a telephone
message to arrest a man by the name
of Harr's for .obtaining money under
false pretenses. He went to Ridge
way soliciting photographs to be en- I
larged and represented himself as an
agent for W. A. Reckling, of Columbia.
He demanded one dollar in advance.
*A telegram from Reckling disclosed
the fact that Harris had no connectioni
with his business, thief Gilbert ar
reeted Ilarr s and sez. him to Ridge
wav, There, we understand, he re
infnded a I ti.e money which h.e ha- C
collected and he a as then released.
Since the' an.other warrant has beeni t
tun out for Harris for the samne of- J]
fense but he has not been apprehended.t
Childrea Cry fof Pitcher's Castoria. i
FaL-----X17 crayon portrait with'
every dozen cabinet photos at Mulli
in~ Thespian Hlall. See specimen of
work at gallery. Mullikin. r
7 IELtGOfUs SERvCE.-Services w ill a
ba held in the following churches on r
Associate Reformed Presbyterian- c
Rev. C. E. McDonald Pastor. Service o
at 11 a. mn. Sunday School at 5 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 5 at p. mn. 2
Yonng ieople's meeting and choir I
practice, Friday evening at 8 :15- r
Baptist-11 a. mn. by the pastor. f
Thursday afternooa meetings at 5 1
9'clock. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Winn,sboro Cotton Market,
Strict good middiing, 8.81*; good P
middling, $8; middling St.
Market lower on r. ported heavier ~
interior movement an.d estimated large1"
crop views. Also bul!s in New York
and Liverpool selling (ut to re.a!ize E
T. J. Cur.:tn & Co.
Meams. W. S. llall, Jr., and Th3-.
Stevenson are on a short visit to town
Mr. 1R. Y. Turnior was in Columbia
on Fridla .
Mrs. D E. Jor d'n n enti to Columbia
on Friday to :s:t hi r datuhter, Mirs
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eiliott joined
the State Pr(ss party on Wednesday
-.fur a weeks visit in Atlanta.
Mullikin, the photographer, will re
turn to Columbia to-day.
Mrs. M. H. Mob:ey has retatned
frm a visit to her father and family.
A CARD OF THANKS.
To thee PuLdic:
I desire to express my' gratitude and
thanks t' everybody, both white and
cdlored, who rendered assi-tance, in
a,y' way, durng h unigo h
dselling lately occupied by me. I
..have been the recipient of a great
deal of kin!dness, and I can.assu:e each1
a.nd every one of theso good people of
tny most sincere appreciation.
S. Rl. Johnston.
It, May5 DoasMch for You.
that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for
many vears. with severe pains in his back,
and lso that his bladder was affected. Hie
tried many s called Kid ney cures but
without any '- '.d result. About a year
ago he began the use of Electric Titters
is especially adapted to cure al! Kidney
and Liver tiou,des and ofteni cives altutst
instant r lief. One- tri-L wilt prove our
,ement. Price cnly ?>0e. for Large hot
THE MIDDLETOWN CONSERVA
TORY OF MUSIC.
The nv friends of our talented
townswonan, Mrs. Hanna Rion Abell,
will be pleased to hear of her success
ful debat in a recital on the evening of
the 11th in the city of Middletown,
Conn. The eil ire program was ten
dered without notes. The audience
were euthusiastie and astonished at
the young Artiste's phenomenal m(in
ory and high cultivation.
We copy from the Middle:own Tri
bune and the Herald comments on the
From the Middletoten Tribune
There was a very select audience at
the Y. M. C. A. building lazt evening
to listen to the pianoforte recital given
by Mrs. W. V. Abell. The program
included cumpo itions from Beethoven,
Von Weber, Heller, flenselt, Liszt,
Florsheim and J. Raff. Mrs. Abell is
a former pupil of Prof. Abell, and her
first piano recital was under his direc
tion. Tten Ahe studied in Berlin,
Germany, uiid,r the celebrated Prof.
H. Barti, who of all the German mas
ters, has been selected to teach in the
amily of the Emperor William. Mrs.
Abeli is a fine musician and every one
was more than delighted with her
charming rendition of the varicus
compositions on lie program. It wa=
decidedly one of the best musicals this
city ever enjoyed. At the close of the
recital . 31rs. Abell received many
hearty aad sincere compliments. She
will give another at an early date.
The fine Emerson piano used at the
recital was furnished by Lyman Payne,
who is sole agent for these instrumnts
in this city.
From the iddletown Herald.
The first recital given by Mrs. W. V.
Abell last evening was a musical treat.
No words of praise can describe the
mijoyment of an appreciative and
rashionahNe audience. Mrs. Abell is a
pianist, whose soul is wrapped up in
er art, and she charms her audience
with her wonderful execution. She
vas heartily applauded after each
imber. It is difftcuk to say which
mmber pleased the audience most, buit
he majority seemed to prefer "Liszt's
1igoletto ParaDhr2." Prof. Abell,
ne of her teach'ers, assisted Mrs. Abell
n two selections. The audience,
vhich was the most representative ever
een at a recital in this city, unani
nously declared this to be the finest
mateir performance ever given in
diddletown. The following was the
eethoven, 1770-1827, Sonata, op. 22
Allegro and Adagio.
ron Weber, 1786-1827, Concerto in
F, (last movement).
rchestral parts played by Mr. Abell.)
,a. 11 Peneroso,
b. Tarantelle in A flat.
lenselt, 1814-1889, Spring Song.
izt,1811 1886, Rigoletto Paraphrase
)tto Florsheim, 1853, Elivation.
Sa. Fairy Tale,
b. Tarantelle, op. 82, for two
(Assis'ed by Mr. Abel).)
Stn!ey as an explorer, Edison as an
uettr, Miss Floras A. Joites as the
isoverer of the F.Axo'js BLUSH oF
toSES for the cimplexion ; are names
hat will be hand.ed down as benefac
r, of the race, to alh recorded time.
oln H. McMaster & Co. come in for
eir share (of the profits) as they
ways keep a big supply o'n band, and
1 it for 75 cts. per bottle. *
HE INTERM4RRIAGE QUESTIO.N.
Mr. Editor: It is gratifying to note
at the convention has recommitted
e stupid section No. 34: "The mar
age of a white person with a negro
r mulatto or person who shall have
y negro blood shall be unlawful
d void and punishable as te Gene
0l Assempbly umay direct." It is
upid, for how, can the matter be de
Eded ? There are multitudes of people
undoubted European origin, some
these probably in the c,nvention,
ho are of darker complexion and
tore curly hair than many quad
ons. Then why not make one
urth negro blood the limit? Doubt
ss there are scltiered all over. the
Late respectable citizens with some
egro blood in them, whose ancestors
ossibly fought in the Revolution or
ri the Confederate cause. Being of
nadulterated Scotch-Irish stock no
ie has a greater horror of any perso
a admixture than myself, but many
e.pe have dtfferent ideas and in
th matters we had better go slow
The convention, I am sure, will not
e ifluenced to foolish action by the
his of two or three men.
MOSSY DALE ITEMS.
The drought has been broken by
we showers of rain-one a week ago,
d ano:hcr last night. The two com
ti ed d. t ot make a half season.
This section wvas visited by a white
rot on the first of the month which
iled peavines on b>)ttom lands. With
his excep)tion no harm done.
Te cotton crop is where we can
tee through it, and to sum it up it is
iery short. 8ave tl.e fair price we
rould be swamped, but I think that
aurreit expenses will be met pretty
The coin crop is generally very
ood, very little being honsed as y et.
Everybody has been very busy in
;atherirg the cotton crop, and I might
say it Is all gathered with the excep
tion of lig ht pickiings.
Te pea crop will be better than we
pected -a very good crop consider
ing thec dry weather.
The turnip crop is a fatilure. The
dry weather anal extreme heat has
destryed alt that catme up.
The potato crop is a failur.. Pinder
ro fair. Gardeens nonc. If we eat
cabbage we will h'&ve to buy them,
an I am glad to see some very fine
ones inl town.
There is onte thinag I would like for
our lknowing ones to explain. The
ciop report has fallen off considerably,
which makes a general rednction in
the emp total and the price tumbles
downt at the same time-resu;t un
nat i .l. Cotton should have gone up
::.. ....;. a.nd that c.meMeirl. It
must be speculation on a grand sca.e
Farmers, hold your own, and do no
be en:rapped by the price of cotton.
This year is certainly conclusive, th
s.a;aller the crop tbe higher the price
and %on are realizing twice the valti
on this crop that N ou did last easoi
on a full crop. Ge ahead iext yea
and plant good grain crops and sial
cotton crops, and by thi.t means yot
will still i-educe the crop and get ru
of the surplus that they claim; and .
se no reaion whv we ca .not realzi
mio mioney for our cotton and be
come more independent. We havt
had our ideas about necessary change:
and have discussed them pretty gene
rally. We are undar obligations i
that One who provides for all mankinc
for his intervention by withbuldinc
the rain, producing unfavorable sea
sons. This demonstrates as a fac1
that our ideas were correct. With E
large corn crop at home and an un
usually large one abroad we wil
certainly be in better shape next ycai
to redouble our energies.
Mr. Howell Trapp has purcbased
the Sloan place from Mr. T. K. E.liott
and contemplates moving on it next
Mr. Eb. Tennant has also sold oat
to Mr. R. J. Stewart. He does not
know i et where he will go.
Th quiet of our neighborhood vill
be broken in the near ! y
w , which wi;l be soniething
new for us.
Rev. James Russell carried en a
meeting at Mossy Dale several day
I am gla 1 to learn that Urs. J.. L.
Robinson i, i:nproving though slowly.
Mosr D.-... S. C., Oct. 16th, 1895
State of 0..*'-, City of Toledo,
Luca Coutn y.
FRANM J. CHENEY makes ,ath Lhat
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. CiENET & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
[SEAL] A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CIENEY & CO.,
WSold by Druggists, 75c. *
14OW TO RAISE GOOD PEACHES.
All fruit grzwers gene:-ally ac
knowlcdge the fact that potash is a
considerable factor in making perfect
peaches, and never has this been more
forcibly brought home to us than it is
this year when we have such an
abundant crop of them here in West
Florida, the home of the peach.
I have been experimenting on
ertain lines in fertilizing my peach
rees and in my orchard just now any
D.e can get an objet lesson as to re
ut. Trees treated exclu-ively to
iitogenous fertilizers show a eon
idetable gro.vth of wood atnd beeu
iful looking treet, but thn fruit that
is on them is of an infet i..r quality
nd frotn two to three weeks later
hamn trees treated with potash. Those
rees treated with potash exclusively
how but little wood growth and not
o much fruit but what is of it, is of
te very bedt quality. The best re
su4s are from tre~ fertilized with
hosphoric acid and potash and sul
hte of potash gives superior fruit to
uriate of potash.
I have two Elberta peach tmees in
y orchaod p'anted three ycars ago
hat measure fourteen inches in cir
umference at the butt. They have
een heavily fertiliz.2d with nitro,
enous materials but the fruit on those
rees is not the half in proportion to
heir size of whbat the trees fertilized
with potash and phosphoric acid have.
In setting out a peach orchard I
ike to die the wholes just as large as
can affo~d to do, four feet in diame
er is small enough, six would be
etter. The first two years of the
reet 'stence in the orchard it ought
o be encouraged to make all the
rowth possible, therefore it is not
ecessary to use potash at all; but the
fall before they are expected to bear
ruit, potash shoul:i be applied in ac
ordance with the size of the trees.
I use about a pound of sulphate of
ot ash to each three year old tree and
ncrease the quantity every year as
he tree grows older; but when it
appens, as it often does here, that a]
late spring frost cuts off our crop it is
ot necessary to use potash that year
eeds and no more. Potash alonet I
find to be disappointing in results but
udiciously mixed with phosphoric
cid I don't know of any one thing
hat gives better returns for the money
A well kept peach orchard if the
oil is of an ordinary good character
oes not require any nitrogenous
eriliz -r at all after it gets to the bear
ng age. W.hat I mean by well kept
s an orchard where everything iu the
shape of weeds ,grass etc., is plo wed
nder several time~s a year, and culti
ration is kept up during the growing
p riod; as we cannot make a crop o1
fruit without cultivation no more than
we can make a crop of corn without
ultivation. Cultiva!ion in every case
being the key to success.
Here in the South we have two
growing seasons and any one can see
by examining the trees that this is so.
The first period begins in the spring
and by the middle of June all wood
growth ceases, but by the beginning
of August a new growth begins and
eends to October or later. If this
last growth is encouraged by u+ing
ut:ogenous fertilizers it will make
the wood too soft and the buds, too
tender to stand the winter, it is then
that the pothsh gets in its work as it
tends to make the wood alrea-ly made
of a more robust character and being
a r*o .t feeder it makes the t.ree thrifty
ad hardy and able to cotne throtugh
the winter all right; for y ou must
understatnd that our fruit buds do not
have a winter jacket in Florida as they
have id the Northern states; and ou
tat account we have to be careful to
mke our fall gr..wih of wood as
hardy as pos-ible by stopping all
cuivation after the middle of July
and applying p.tash iate in the fall to
give the roots something to work otn
alt winter and in the spri!g the tree
will come out all smiling and ready3
for business with the results that wc
get better crop than by waiting til.
spring before applying the potash.
Tt.c nhosnbric .odd cn beappnlied a
k STUPENDOUS STOCK TO SELECT FRO]
'Ready in all Departments
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF COLORED DRESS GOOD!
Black Dress Goods in all the latest styles, Serges, Henriettas, Casl
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, and Flannels. A big assortment i
n all colors. Also Fancy Sackings for children. Something nice i
Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses' and children's Hose. Some specif
inducements in ladies' and gents' Handkerchiefs.
A Large Stock of Shoes,
bought before the rise. Can save you money in this departmeni
I keep the celebrated R. & G. Corsets, the best made. The bes
assortment of ladies' stylish Wraps you have ever seen in the Borm
MY LINE OF CLOTHING
was never more complete. HATS to please the old and young
Some good values in gents' Underwear. Look at my line of Cravats
If you want a Trunk or Valise don't buy until you price miL Th(
pooyest man in the county can buy a pair of WOOL BLANK,;TE
from me this season and not miss his money.
Here is a stunner: A Silk Umbrella for seventy-five cents.
Country merchants will do well to price through my immese
. L. MIMNAUGH.
Q. D. WILLIFORD, - - Manager.
the same time as the potash is pre
ferred, but I have an idea that it is A la . mca nai
time enough in the spring and I never
apply it t-ntil the first plowing when
I scatter it broadcast and plow it.
C. K. McQrnarric.
ThKnights of the Macca'ees. FALL OF 18953
The St.te Commander writes us from
Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying
other medicines for what seemed to be a
very obstinate cough in our two children I
we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and
at the end of two days the cough entirely
left them. We will never be without it
hereafter, as our experience proves that it
cures where all othe remedies fail." i a
Signed F. W. Stevens, State Comn -Why
not give this great medicine a trial, as it
is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at
MMaster & Co.'s Drug Store. Regular
size 50c. and $1.00. * PRTCL LYOTH Ewh
T H BEsT SALVE in the world for Gut oaistSofr,yfind hs al
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever adgv yraoswyIpooet
Sores, Tetter, Chepped IIands, Chillhlains Udrelalcmeios sflos
Corns, and all skin Eruptions, and post,
tively cures Piles, o-no pay required It1sOrenietokf nialer
Is iuarantee~d to give perfect satisfaction, chnieUTbeovredit
or mo.-ney refunded. Prioe 23 ents per
_______ thel bies Aladld.
ba.- rgains to ive my friends Fall,
For verFIfy Yarsd wegive m redons wyin priset
MRS WISLO'S OOTIN SYt ha und ter ha n omelltit a fllows:
in-, wth erectsuoess I sothe th t e cuino A.baonal
childrofens try gums Pitchers Caltorin.
cu ~ idclc ndi h etrmd nedghbors the advncefitm ofnh
f or Ovea Ifty l elvares orlt Shep,n Hrre,o and pricer
tIen suferefr ovmedity. years by mirlion goods all iihte wae anoortut
tsin, ever prt suossftsote the wol..wny
chivd, sfents btth e u, allay ak fpain,a,'i~ upl n ~
.rs. Win<low's Soothing Syrup," and and the profit.Wich the advance
ate no other kind. 5-2Gtx1y in prict.s lejgi ately gave us,
wIll be thrg n.go our customers,
Chidre Cr fo Pichr'sCasori. 'ntoh areb tti~ itheir goods al
Chidrn Cy ~r ithers astri, 4th.-l -vill be in the cotton market
Chilren ry or Ptche's astoa, rom start to finish, paying full
prices-don't forget this. Will
also pay highest cash price for
I c)tton seed.
Whnayasc,eaeeCsoa Be sure and consult my pricea on
Whah a hl,sh re o atra Bagging and Ties before you buy. I
Whnh eaeis hecugt atra bought these several months ago when
weshhaChlr,hegvthmasoa.they were at rock bottom prices, and
-will give you great advantage-in~ your
1OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year, SURV1VOR
LtheD Dwelling House and premises of
H n6N. Oba. K. ELLIOT T, Agent. BL AOKSTO OK, S. C.
IUE offer at private sale a plantation of
TV1wo Hundred and Fifty (250)
Acres, lying near the residence of Mr.i H ET
Jno. b. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug- IFOAKNG
lass, now occupied by Mr. Win. B. Doug-$.CODVN
lass. lIas good dwelling and ot'her build- FEC&~MLE AF
ings on it. Terms easy.
9.263tf T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier.3FN ~~o
OTTAGE with four rooms. Also a
/ six-room house. Apply to2.IBQSCDSHE
MI. C. RION.
PLANTATION of 540 acres, situated ~~
three miles south'. of Winnsboro onm Camden eOn T.Popewrte
road. Apply to
10--19tix4 ~M. C. RION. w .I-:A 3&$ he
WV AN TED, eygv cbetvlefrteoe.
BOAZRDE RS. TJ ern ulte r n~a5d
DELIGIITFUL ROOMS. IJOUSE Ifoudelrcnosplyoue .So b
and f arniture new. Uave all modern Rdea,SC
conveniences.- Gas, Electric Bells, hot __ ________
and cold water bath rooms on each rajCssad ake.
foor. Fare anid all accommodations
fist-c!ass ini every respect. Conveni- Tl 7D~SGE a t
cit ti all p'acts of amusement. Im-lieothllsteigsn
mediately on car line to Exposition. BUALASSAD AST,
R'se, $2.00 per day. Special ra:es a oe& rie.Odisfl
o pa tics of six or more. pon!~,ngtaddy tteo
MRS. J. J. BARNE~S, sad hnflfi atptoa
233 Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga. kfrasheofiinfl-e
10-190 e~s unstr .hnodrd
F Z~ev Y RR~C1Nt, $;Y.N( OlOAN,
Another lot of white, black and fancy Ducks just received.
Also a nice line of fancy Dimity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
a beautiful and cool waist for summer.
Wool Dress Good stock is now offered at cut prices for
A new lot of Zeigler Bros'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
also low price and medium Oxford Ties. We have a small
n lot of Gents' Oxford Ties, Black and Russets, and Patent
Leather, which we are offering as Jons.
t -- Departm33e53ts
Fresh Flour, Meal, Molasses, Lard, Bacoi, Qrits, Rice,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices, Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
Soap, Starch, Soda, Grackers, &c., &c.
Triumph New Irish Potatoes in store.
Call on us. Respectfully,
J. M. BEATY & BRO.
W innsboro SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Drug - Store.
Central Time shown between .1acksonville and
Just Arrived Es Time at other point
Northboud. X10.36 N0.10 NowS
Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit O, 15. Daily Daily Daily
Lv- Jacksonville ........ 620p ...73D0a
Jars and Jelly Tumblers. Savannah.... 10 4 ...1150 a
Jar an JllyTubles. Ar. Columbia.......330 a ....40P
ILv- Charleston... 600 p..7:0a
Ar. Columbia .... ....:1015 P. . 110651
Toilet Articles of all Kinds. Lv. ige............I70 p 23p
"Trenton ...... .......... 825 p 258 p
--" Johnstons ... .........8Sok 310 P
Ar. Columbia ...... i-1120 p 444 p
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Wn .WrnnsDoro .......601 a 601 a 60 p
Chester ...... ...... 658 a 658 a 653 p
___RockHill ... ...732a 7 32 a 730 p
Ar. Charlotte ... ...825S 825 a $20
IFDanville..........1 p 130 p 200nt
Best act. Cigar on the Market. . - - 6 4
Ricahmnon ... =- _940 Pt 640 pl 6. 0&
It-ontinsal the latest m1o pv1e a
CentrandTobaco.esown betwee Jackvllean
NorthboN.d.5 10. Nol N.37
Soctuth,1s95. Daily Daily Daily
and GlassarLe.Savnnah. ......6~ 2 2
Lv. Chashinston....a1]1 14
L" Augustad...... 125p15 0
" Ganiville ..... GS Op Sa
4 ~~" Thrntn........0p10p95
"CJhstons........ 12 25t10
Ar. Columbia . 20 lO
Lv. Columbia ..........3 2
___________________________ " reonHil..........8a3p
Abreastof the mes A" Chashinton ...aSXI
"Baoltmior .... 120
" .avNew Yor ..... ~ O
RIEA Jac.onvlle . 3030 aJ..9..4 0 p
No.3 and -3 ..U . ......ai. 7T4r6o2g 3 P
IW.B.-No . .----n 450 d a 450 ene U 5io S
Lion olmbia,-b - di 0hrg an 6t1ak 6o 5 ps
It cotain all he ltest mproe- aegersand.bgg -- 658 aldn St. Saion..
dat. . . UR , .--- . 732AE732WI 730
Pr" :n oBa, COLmr BOOKS,. 2 2 92
yer orCrOtY BOOK...S10, 10 3
Ar. olumDaE.P........I 22 and 0a 0
111 MainSmbiaQl.l.i......c SPO E.43a12p
"-1l 7 9 COTnTON ..L.........63RS31
-A Supplya ......o 54f ....45
CUP EPand SACERSEVIE
BOWSllmn a ndt NewCYRk.SdPul
Jackonvlle nd ew Yrk f aPllmaindca.
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