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Tuesda,W October -2, :
For Sale-J. E. McD ,ild and
For Rent-Mrs. Jas. H. Stuart,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Leters of Administration-S. R.
Johnston, Judge of Probate.
1 Or.al V I It 1
-"Caroline" Sale at MeMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-The drop in cotton has made some
peopie pretty blue.
-The merch&its were delighted
with Saturday's trade. A good day's
busintss was done.
-Rev. Jab(z Ferris will conduct the
prayer meeting at the Methodist
Church to-morrow afternoon at 4
-A beautiful line of drezs goods
and silks in all colors, varieties, prices
and styles, now ready for inspection
at Lauderdale's. adv
-On Friday morning Thomas An
derson, Jr., Fon of Mr. Thomas An
derson, Sr., died of congestion of the
lungs. Ile was six years of age.
-Mr. Henry L. Elliott, Jr. will be
married to-morrow at 4 o'clock to
Miss Zena Talley, of Columbia. The
ceremony will be in Trinity Church.
-We were niinformed in stating
thar Mr. Mullikia, the photographer,
would leave town on last Saturday.
He will be here the whole of this
week or longer, prepared to do work.
-Mr. C. H1 Scruggs' gin-h mse was
destroyed by fire about 5 30 o'clock on
Friday afternoon. It canght by a
match or nail passing through the giu
head,. Sixteen bales of cotton, seeds
from them, and a bale and a half of
seed cotton were in the gin-house. The
bales of cotton were saved. These
were o7en,dby differeut p-iries. Loss
-Be sure a,-d get a free crayon por
trait this week at Mulliki.'s gallery in
Thespian 11al!. J. A. Mullikin,
adv New Pho'ographer of Columbla.
-The county board of trustee clerks
he:d their meeting in the School Com
missiotier's office on Saturday last at
12 o'clock. Some impertant resolu
tions to the teachers and trustees of the
county were passed by this body which
were to appear in this i-sue, but we
have been unable to get them. Mr.
J. R. Curlee, secretary of the board,
will p!ease send them in by Friday so
they can come out next week.
THhn WATER SUPPLY.-- The follow
J uis th~e report of the policeman on
otp \i .y i rni ng'
De:'an ciier t.............14 6
Elitti' ei-tern............... 9 3
Nei!', ciaterui..,.............5 -
Miller's cis'tern..,.,,..---7 9
&iinimings' eistern........ ..16 91
The Eiffel Tower of Toilet Articles.
316,574 bot tles Blush of Roses sold
in 1890. You know I coald not havef
sold so much if Blush of Roses was:
not as represented, a sure cure for
pimplee, freckles and blackheads. In
1892 I predict it will be sold by every
druggist, and used Ey every lady and
gentleman in the Uni'ed States.
John II. McMaster & C~o. will sup
pl o at 75 cts. per bottle. adv
Children Cry for Pitcher's Ca.,:ia.
Jno. H. McMaster and Charley
Timms returned from Atlanta on Mon
Messrs. Charles Stevenson, C. K.
Douglass, John L. Beaty, W. R.
Elliott and Miss Tiny Elliott will leave
- .y to be present at Mr. Henry L.
Mr. John M. Simpson left Monday
after a short stay~ here.
Mr. G. W. R'gsdale s; et Sunday
Dr. D. E. Jordan returi.ed from
Blackstock a ni Monday where i.e tiad
gone to condact set vices in the Pre,by -
itin. (lun I a: th:-t la(e.
AN ENJOYABLE GERIMAN.
Un la't Th;ursday eveni ng the .armnor
of the Gordon LUght Inta:try w a< t e
scene of another one of those (delght
ful ger.nans, gotten up by the young
men of this town. Mrs. C. S. Dwight
and Mrs. J. M. Stewart furnished the
music for the daice in which fully
eighteen couples took pat t.
Mr. Davis Dduglass lead the ger
man with his usual grace, and thanks
to him, it is pro.onced the most
successful oi.e this season.
The chaperones were: Mrs. Jas. Q.
Davis, Mrs. C. S. Dwight, J .MI
Stew art, M is. Rober tson.
Only a half a crop of cotton is all
t 1at is expected this year, owing to
the prolIonged dry spell wbich this
place, as wel as others in the country,
was visited w:th last month.
The cotton reclipts so far are 13,000
Tn~e corn crop will not vet.l'ze the
expe :tati mn of the farmnera in thtis . c
Thur..d y nih: two b des of c tton
necre di-c y re'd to be on ti: e. In the
yard :h re v ere tr* m five~ to six tun
dred t>ale-. On.'. of lhe hin : nn bales
was in a bad e mnditian, w i h half thIe
hoops broake-1 off; it was easilv ignii ed
by a sp-mrk I r* mi a *-c,-nw iv". Lutcki y
the fire wa- di-covereiat :t one, Fif
te, doulsee mi 1 e.an r~ the to -s.
A SAD f79ATI.
MrS. J. L. itobinson dited at i.e:
bome in the Greenbrier zctioU on Sat
urdai night, after an illne-is of abou
three weeks of typhoid fever. S!d
leaves an itfiat about a year old
This is a peculiarly Ead death, and tY
sympathy of tle cCommunity is ex
tended to the grief-stricken husband
Mrs. Robinson was a daugh:er 0
Capt. W. H. Sligh, (A Columbi. aw
was cut off in the v:iy bloom of life,
Her iemaius were interred at Bethe
Church on Sunday at 3 o'clock.
A SWIXDLER CAUGHT.
Last Thurl-day, a man named Har
ris, representing himself to be an ageil
of a Columbia photographer, went
arnund Ridgeway getting orders for
enlarging pictures. The p.irties order
ing paid one dollar in advance, whicl:
the iogue pceke ed White on his way
to Winnsboro, he was overtaken and
carried b-f re Trial Justice Meares,
who comnittCd him to jail here tc
await his trial.
The fraud was discove:ed by thc
postmistress, who having written tc
Columbia about him, was informed bv
Mr. Reckling that the man was an in
-14x17 crayon (t Iourself or auy
old picture you have given away at
Mullikin's this -c-k. Don't miss it.
All woik guaranteed.
adv J. A. Mullikin, Photographer.
A cerlain young man in the choir of
a certain chutch in town, seeiig a
young lady in the next pew felt do
sirous of enterirg into courtship on
the spot, but the place not suiting a
formal declaration the exigency sug
2e,ted the following plan: He pO
litely handed his fair neighbor a
bible open, with a pin stuck in the
Second epistle of St. John, ver e 2,
And now I besecci the, jady, not as
thauah I wrote a new commandment
unto thee, but that which we had from
the beginnig, that we lore one
another." the returned it with the
SEC )nd chapter :f Ru-h, tenth vErze,
"Then she fell on her face and bowed
herelf to the ground and said unto
him, Why have I found grace in thine
yes, that thou shouldst take notIce o
me, seeing I am a stratger?" Ie re
mirned the book, pointing to the
welfth verse of the thud epistie of
"Having many things to write unto
ou I should write with paper and
uk, but I t rust to come unto y on and
;peak face ti face."
DATI OF .MR. WILLIAM CORK.
Woodward, Oct. 21.--Mr. William
~ork, a wvell kn;own and respected citi
n of this community, passed anay
bursday at the home of his brother,
Ir. David II. Cork, where he was born
nd where be has always lived, at the
idvanced age of eighty-rine years and
;wo days. Before the war Mr. Cork
was a n-ted cattle and horse trader,
nd traveled extensively through most
1 of the Southcrn and Western States
in the inle:-est of his p:-ofes-iz.n, and
is honesty and fair dealings made him
hosts of friends wherever he went.
ince the war he has lived a quiet,
3asy life with his brother and several
isters. He was a man possesEed of
good sense and sound indgment. IIe
ad a very retentive memory and de
lghted to talk about his travels and
~dvntres and things that transpired
an the olden times.
Mr. Cork had always bad rather a
Lobst constitutionl. His il'ness was
bief, only lasting three or four days.
Ie leaves a brother, three sisters and
niece, who lives with them, besides
hot of friends to mourn his loss.
Il& remains were laid to rest in the
graves ard at Concord Church where
rests those of his parent.e, grand
parents and other kindr(d.
It May Do as Muich for You.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 11l., writes
that he had a severe Kidney trouble for
many years. with severe pains in his back,
nd l'so that his bladder was affected, lie
rt1 many s-catted Kidney cures but
without any good result. About a year
flot e beaan the use of Electrie Bitters
and found re:ief at once Electric Bitters
us especially adapted to cure alt Kidnef
ud Liver troubles and often gives altst
instant r lief. One~ trial' wilt prove our
stat. ment. Price only 50e. for Lrge bot.
tle. At McMaster & Co.'s drng store.
Ridgeway, S. C., Oct. 19.-The
ladies of the Presbyterian Church de
serve the thanks of our community
or a ver'y pleasant "Birth Day Party"
given Friday evening at the Coleman
Iloue. Much of the success is due
to the efforts of Miss White atnd Miss
Julia Coleman. Each guest was re
qested to put into a small bar, p:'o
vided for the purpose, as wany cnts
s t.e number of his or hLr years,
which bag with its contents was the
matniion fee. The program g.vcu
below wvas rendere'd with spitrit, t he
audience showing i:s a pp'ecia'ion by
hearty and repeated ene. ra s
Dityv refreshn:exts, bountifully
srvd free of char'ge. go the enter'
ai;nent a haupy ending. Specially
w or thy of muentilon were I le piano
se etions by M.se Whuite, the per
forace of Miss McCormick on the
q uiltr anid th. duet by Mr. an1I Miss
Muore. Sixteen doilars were realized.
Pii o-'Feast f Rose'," ilervev
la:dinuz- Dr. Mood.
Y Ce-"' Vt;Lini a milh-f tEdmtb:I'
Voice-"some Day II] wan.
Recitatio::- i riti Sa'u tamu<
-Mr. C. Troinas.
Yo!ce-"IIOIv Citv--MiSS White.
(;uitar-.-pi, h F aIndango"-fi
Voice-"Fiy For; b, 0, G.iLle D've
-Mr. and Ni'.; Moore.
The bospitab:e home Of Mr. 'n
Mrs. W. H1. uf, always a favorif
eort with our young people, was i
scene of a happy gathering la
Monday evening. A progreisiv
whist party bein the oce?sion of th
coming together. The prize was a:
is a secret, but rumor sayeth it w
what one might well work ::nm:!i for
however thatt may be, the evenin
pasz.ed delightfully for which t;e ho4
and hostess have many thanks.
The great showman, Barnum, wa
it not, who said that the "America
people liked to be humbugged." On
town has been getting experience, nc
to say amusetnent, from the doings C
a picture man. Coming into tow
early in the week, he did a thrivin;
busi ess for several hours, takin
ord,-rs for the eilargenen of piture
..ii, g his receipts "jor- th2 dollar i:
advance that lie required," The Iteck
ilm Piio. Co. A leller to Mr. Reck
linfg in Co'umbia brought a telegrami
saying sayiug that he had ;o authol
ized -tgvent in the field. Meanwihil,
our picturC man, 'Mr. Harri, al"a
Mr. Jones, b A ,'aken the. dust of thi
h I'! i. l , if . .m his feet and de
parted, lIvi his customers to wonde
why. He i.os, oever, overhaulle
before rea, 1ig R1 ekton and wa;
brought back to stand trial before
trial justice upon the charge of obtain
ing money undce. false p.etenses
Being found guilty he was lined $10
which was subscribed by symp:ithizers
and Mr. Harris went on his way-no
stood on the order of his depor tin
nor was this to b,2 the end. The next
day a .sufficient anount was subzcribef
to bring Mr. Hairis, who, since laav
ing us, had,I changed his name to Jones
back to stand trial on the charge o.
forgery, which charge was to-d;
(Saturday) preferred against him be
fore Trial J.stice Mcares. WaJving
a preliminary cxunination Mr. Jiarris
was, in difault of $300 bail, committed
to jail to await lie court of General
Sessions i; February. Mr. Harris
dsgorged th! advanceJ payi:ents ti-Lt
ad been m de him ion pictures .rdIere.
The Misses I.::nbcrt are visiting
i iends in town.
Miss lcCormi..k and Mis lawle..,
of Lotgiown, aie he(re for a few days.
Mrs. G. M. II eks and children, of
Clarendon, ere visiting their mozte:',
Miss Bessie Quattlebaum, of the
Bor-o, has been speging some days
with her friend, Miss Pauline Bo- d.
The ev:ngelist Tillman is in town.
Merchants sav collections and trede
re much better- h:mn cxpccted. The
octors, though arc co:nphidning.
tate of Ohio, Clity of Tole,(.
F1mNK J. CHENi-t.Y i"akes aVt U at
he i- tIhe ,e:ior :a:ner eli t c. ir. o
. J. CIIENET & (0O., d.oin Ibine c. in
the City ot Tiol'i.o, Cunty and St~ate
oreaid, anid t hat Said firm WT ill nay
he sum'of ONE~ rUNDRED) DOL
ARS for each anmi erery case ofi
atarrt that cannot b)e cured by- the
use of II.uSs CAr.uunI Crut
[sEAL ] A. W. GLEASON,
Hl.!l's Catarrh Cure is tauken' int er~
ally and acts directly ont the blood
ad mucous surfaces of the system.
end for testimtonials, free.
F. J. CIIENET & (7),
F~sld by Druggists, 75e."
Knights of the Macca ce.4.
The Sta- e Coma.nder wt it es u from
incoln, Neb., as follows: "Aft;' try;m
other medicit, s for whad tteemed to' be a
very obstinate cotngh in our two children
e tried Dr. Kingr's New Discovery and
at the end of two) tays the co: entirely
left them. We w ill never be without it
hereafter, as our expierieniee pr2ves that it
cures where alt other remedies fail."
Signed F. W. Stevens. State Com.-Why
o give this great uimdicine a trial, as it
is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at
,Master & Co.'s Drug Store. Regular
size S0c. anid SL.O0. *
ne:ten'si Ama:a. Sawv
T HE BEsT SALVE in the world for Guts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chepped IIands, Chill olains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi,
tively cures Pies, or no pay required. It
isguarante'ed to give perfect satisfaction,
rtoney refunded. Price 2:; ents per
ex. For sale by Mo te & Co
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
For Over Fifty Years
Mu's. WItNsLow's SooTHING SYRUr has
been used for cver fifty years by millionir
of mothers for their children while teeth.
in , with peI feet s.uccess. It soothes the
cil. softer.s the gums, allays at' pain,
cur's wind coiCe, anid is the b;est remtedy
for Diarrhoea. it will relieve the poor lit
ie ufferer timmediately. Sold by D)rujz
ilas in every tart o' the world. T 'wenty
Sve 'ents a ~bttle. P>e sure and ask fo'r
r'. Wia<!owv's Soothing Syrup," anid
et.n 'ther kind. -Gx
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Casitoria.
I OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year
lie D)welling lIouse and premnises C1
lenry N. Obeoar.
2tf T. 1K. ELIR'T, Ag'nt.
SE otThr at privdt sale' a I lantittn u
T wo 11lundredt ::d Fity (250
~.i 1)ogla'ss and D r. Thos. CG. D)oug
lass, tunw oc'cupie'd tby Mr. Wmt. R~ DJouc
lass. Ilas good dwelingz anid ot',er iutild
iazs on it. Terms easy.
9 tf T. K. E LLIOT T, Cashier.
I3 rttsUINEYlNG, TERRACIN(
.Leveling, Drawing, Etc.,
Applly to-;A tX %
7A k STPENf1U1US, STOCK TO "7ELECT FROI
Ready in all Departments.
A BT!AUTIFUL LIiE OF COLORED DRESS GOODS,
P Black Dress Goods in all the latest styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
meres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots, and Flannels. A big assortment of
- all colors. Also Fancy Sackings for children. Something nice in
t Black Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of. ladies. misses' and children's Hose. Some special
inducements in ladies' and gents' Handkerchiefs.
A Large Stock of Shoes,
bought before the rise. Cn save you money in this department.
I keep the celebrated E. & G. Corsets, the best made. The best
- assortment of ladies' stylish Wraps you have ever seen in the Bor).
2Y LN OF COTHIN G
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 mine. The
poorest man in the county can iony a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
from mc 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 immense
T L. MTMNAUGHP
9e D WILLIF D -P agar
r r FOR S. k Lr
,- hnd, Situlated m)(ar A i ,
Little RiTr, fo.nely. , owned by Juo. oi
i . D w ill 3be divi de i!to
;zmall tracts it neces-ary. Ter-ay
If no, Eold, it v,ill here ed
AppIN to J1. E. '\CDODo, FA D,
Q. DAVIS, L OF 41895.
10-22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
FOr RE NT.
DURING th ircoming year (1S96)
Smart and J C. tuart, situate 1seve.n
miles west of Winusboro). There~ is UU A.J.L ,4LL.
sufii.cut arable i-.u for two ori three
plows, a1 comno'ab:e dwelin.; house
c.ero h ouses barn-, SIabICS, eotton
h u. c:ib, and a are Al-o al fine PARTICULARLY TO T HOSE who
wel ofwatr, na orh td ad gr-wil bc wise enough to seeik genuine
den -- :~l o ~i ba'i-, and I Cihim to have such
TermIfl rh.. ma! - .wal b.aans to offer my friends this Fail,
t.. , and paion given : ei e ad ia m reasos why fpollos:t
I ).eem:b:-r 1. 1800. Apyt or' addrs. undesell acmeits,h a prollowS:t
31RS. .JAS. Hi. 81TUaRt une' cm.eios
10 Winnsbor'o, S. C.
-_____________1s'.--Our entire stock of' General Mer'
- ~Chandise MUST be converted into'
LE T'TES OF ADmlNtMTR~AT ION. ready cash in order to wind up
- the business of A. Macdonald &
ST ATI2 0F soUT IICAUiOLINA,Co
coU'NT Y oF FAIiFELD. 2d- rfrt iei; linS'n
Jy ,S. 12. JOIL\T,l E.j,JmdigeProb,ate. cgbsfeboeitfth
7UHElmAS, iLIt. 1. Jeninfgs, C. C. I' , WC~lgieu!ii i ~ie
v hathi made suit to me to grant hun iihrIbnseloti up
ettrs of administration of the estate htalmgthv nopra
and effects or .Jnhn Ilunt, (ece!asedt: iiVo ~ni~br
Tfhese are, therefore, to cite and admon
ih a-ll ain;I sigular the kindred and cred- _\"inheavc aneo
crditors of the said .John Ilunt, die
ead, tat theyV be and a ppeair before hc,Ii'ae.iidoh'
me, in the~ .'ourtLf Probate, to be held at ~ 15ilOt ie efr ~e
Faiur ild Co. urt Ilouise, S. C., on the 22nd yi.dab upl01
dayin cr ~--vember, after publiiein here- idteprftwih h dac
f, at 1' o'clo'k in the forecnOon. to showia/~ gt S
cau'se, i1 any' the' hlave, why the said ad-solnrs
n.nst ation'shouild net be granted. I ieey IC it hi od l
ive ui'r my hand, this 21st day of motafrtcs.
Octbe, A. D. Tht@5.
1-22-' Judge of Probate. f-I'iicLthcoo;ma't
'W A NTED, ic do,toreth.XVl
DELIGHFUL ROMS.2nUS .-B prefe 'at cgsive my fries nd
and nrnin'cnew hav almoden eihbse hea monefit 'aof whe
coneninc~. Gs, letri' Blls ho thy veeping rcbtion i prices n
and oil aterbathi'om o eac il atier than g ell aouatag in yolurp
floo~. hidl'taat all migohtihadetani oantrthere
firs-clas inever ~'~pcctyC ofi:-securn brans1d
ent.-When the advanceicarne o
Rate, h2.s0 perrdhy.rS.ecidlothcr
Founedin1Spriy. as5. leiidyOave,
TEIIIF UR AIOS
an odwtrbt rooms on each.~ eoi ver h
frtcassi ry re:ect Conveni
en toialn itso TiiamumnrTaht byaIm-~ ~ .eaCe~ysafat
Rate a, 0 prli da. Spscial: ra'eTerwoigc:,!~~cusras
to paties of. ix' or11" more. e pupTe;rCSa~,~ri.~tmPdo oe
23:N A1)Wiehl St.,D Atlanta, Gca:ic a.tyyu eca. chdb
cm r.w:re, yiewoC.
'I'l0: x i)EN(NE* ls**f*d
So ln u <i ? i 'or'mia:nn p'' ptnnae
C * Faan- w- n^'', Ge eralfuturer
FOR THAN PEALE.
Are odea thi7ehs 1 ' )~ 1, )S)jC
a:i ilto ofeer form tof fo-d. Ger.y t
in-g 1,- aluable.prttf'r.1 dic ard u the'
warthCs.The tmakp d'unnS aes pmm
and r and out th dSiure. lw D r ti e
c and fancy Ducks just received.
rity. Our fancy Jackonet makes
s now offered at cut prices for
'. Ladies' Shoes just received;
xford Ties. We have a small
lack and Russets, and Patent
g as JOBS.
ses, Lard, Bacon, Grits, Rioe,
Extracts, Evaporated Apples,
s in store.
rY & BRO.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY C08
Central Time shown between Jacksonville and
Eastern Time at othe points.
Northbound. 30.36 NolO N3
Oct. 8th, 1895. DaSy Daily Dally
Lv. Jacksonville .. ...... 620 p ....... 730 a
Lv. Savannah..... ...... 1041 p ....... 1150 a
Ar. Columbia... ...... 330 a ... 400 p
Lv. Charleston........6 00 p.. 720
Ar. Columbia .... ...... 1015 p .... 1105 a
Graniteville .. ......p 234p
" Trenton ...... ...... $25p 258p
Johnstons .... ........ 345a 310p
Ar. Columbia .... ......- 1120 P 444P
Lv. Columbia .... .... 450a 50
Winnsboro.... ......60ta 601a 605V
Chester ....... ......658a 6589 $53p
Rock Hill .... ...... 732a 730p
Ar. Charlotte .... ...... 825 2
DaMvIlle...... .... .... 10 p200 p
Ricbmond.. ....640.p 640p 600
Washi----n120p ~p 424
Baltiore . 450s 1125 p 805 p
Phildelpia 601a 01605
NewYork 6 2a 620a1253
Southound N825 ao 82 a 8207
L" Dniloe.........130130 2 00nt O
" Rimored.....--.60 p6 0a 6Zi 0 a
L" Washington.. ---.- a4 p 140 a 10432p
" Baltmonre...-.-.-.1255p11255p 80a
"anhildelphi..------.300 30 015 Wa
ChNewot......-.----O620Oa p 20 9315
Sothud N N NDil.....1814p07
ChesNeYrk.... .....1215nt l215nt1430 p
" Philadelphia........110 a 1140 n 655 a
Ar Coltiae.... .....6220a 6220a 9 20p
Lv. Colhingto .. . ..... 30. 1243p
" Bihmson.... .......1255.325 lp0
" TDenviloe.............645 8 05 50
"raocteHille..... ......16 a0 275
"r Chestar...... ...... 25 1 4103
Ar.Columbiaon...... .. 111 20 a.22 a 100p
Lv. Columbia ..............430.a1270 p
"r Johnstn.... ..... 4....6 2a30 p
Itr.Chlmnarlstm.. ..... 1 o10 . So..id800
mAraannaih ....n car.. 5ot o Carl...45p
No.87and Sastn Sal ouhtr lm
man Buffet Sleeping car and first-class coseh
Jacksonville and New York ; also Pn11mn car
.&gsA and Charlotte.
. B.-Nos. 35 and 36 do not enter Union Sta
tion Columbia, but d' hre and take on pas
sengers and baggage at BlandingSt. Station.
W. A. TURK, S. H. H AlBTWICK,
G.P. A., WisEDNGroY. A. G. P. ., AU,ATA.
P. L WELLS, Supt, CoLUMBIA, S. C.
W.B. GREEN, 3. M. CULP,
.Spt., WAsHrNGTON. T. N., WASEINIGi'WI.
Wili p'ease remember that we have a
full :supply of
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