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Thurssay. November 28 .:
N ew Aj YertlsemCnts.
Fair Notice- James Q. Davis, As
-Mullikin-Thespian Hall. adv
-"Caroline" Salve at McMaster &
Co.'s drug store. adv
-The south-bound train is frequent
ly late now-waiting on the Florida
travel on the Richmond end.
--Two gallons -150 proof kerosene
oil for 25 cts, single gallon 15 cts.
adv W. R Daty & Co.
-Mr. M. S. Bridges, of Hickory,
N. C., it telieving Night Operator
J. D. Jones, who has been sick about
ten days. Mr. Jones is able to be up
-Richard Boniware, caiored, sets a
good example. In his team there were
two mares with two mule colts follow
ing along. This example should be
followed by white and black.
-Mullikin uses the latest improved
instruments and methodS in pho
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
TSANSGIVLNG SEaVIcEs.-These will
be a thanksgiving service at the Bap
tist Church this afterucon at 4 o'clock
instead of the regular prayer meeting.
FInE HORSES.-We bave on band at
the stable near H. W. Gibson's shop,
a lot of fine. well broke horses at
reasonable figures. Exna.ine before
adv Williford & Elliott.
FILD.-A party of would-be lynch
ers were prevented from cat rying their
purpose into action by the presence of
the military company at Abbeville on
tha night of the 25th. They went
there to lynch parties charged with
murdering and burning a white wo
man near Hfdges.
TilEY AtE OFF.-The Fairfield Rifle
Geards an I the Green5rier Rifles left
the side trbck, where their sprcial
coaches w--- stationed, at 3,03 a. m.
Wednesday, the train, which is due
here at 1 14 a. in., being late. Tl.e
coaches contained nitety-two persons,
about seventy of whom were soldiers.
The delty does not cause them to miss
connection in Columbia, for they were
to wait their until aboat 8 o'clock.
WE C*Lnnot make the language
much 4:eger in ecoing the senti
mtnt e'xpres- sed by the 'Censttution in
referen:ce to tl.e production of 'Mrs
Clara D)argaui Mz.ch ant. We add our
hearty en:dorsement ' f the remarks
and fceI proud of the effort made on
the occasion by one of Fairfield's most
gifted daughters. Thlis ode will con
stitute a valuable selection for those
who appreciate the scrap-b.ok, and is
worthy' of care and preservation.
Frat ALARM--The oIl "terror
rn.striker" int the tower of the town clock
pealed forth about 5.30 o'clock Tues
day evening, and coming so c:osely
on the heek of the alarm of the fire at
McCarley's stattles, our people were
much excia:d and alarmed. The c mn
ditions werec favorable for an un
quenchable- fir e on account of the
wind, but it proved to be only a chim.
nev on fire. It was ascertained that a
chimney e Mr. M. H1. Mobley's resi
deuce was on fire. The re was no
--Muilikin, the photograi her, has
returned to Winnsboro, and now is the
time to have your photograph taken.
WILL MOVE.-Mr W. F. Jackson
has arranaed to. move near Tirzah, in
Ytrk Cot~tv, and will go about the
15th of D)ecemnber if hi.- arrangemetnts
are sufficiently per fecte.d. Fairtield
regrets to lopse Mr Jackson. He was
a tt ue so.ldier at.a is a goodl citizen
Durina ti;e war Mr. Jackcont was
w .' d ont the knee caip andI th:e re
cover:y, wvi hn-ur amputn:ion, of z-uch a
woundl is very ratre. We remember
h ear ig on- of iti.e promiin-tnt phyv-i
clans of our t. n sa. ha- there was
only o:.e iut;.er c 'se repoted in the
medical journtas---tt of a soleir int
the Crimea-, war.. Alhuost i.vari -b!y
when the kmn e cap is pi -ced or aa:u
1ered, the inmb has to bee remnoye.!
but in thits cas'e it was not.
The following is a list of untclaimed
k.etters ren.aining in the ostoffice at
Winnsboro, S. C., November, 25 1895:
Miss Rachel Crawford, Miss Sat alh
Cason, Mrs. Hester Batni:l, Miss ida
Rabb, J. E. Jonzes, Judia June.
Persons c:a ing for tbe above le:ters
-will pleasze say that they a: e adv-er
Mr. andl Mrs. J. C. W iltinghtam and
Mrs. Samuel simpeon have returned
lroz. A- aun.
r.J. Clitlord Brie', LOW of At
a-s. ,.rrived itt towtn ont Wednesday.
M-:. vs. G. Jordanz, Mrs W. B.
('reighlt, Miss Nanntie Jord w, Mrs
T. >.1 J. rdatn, and Mis- Mamie .J..r
dan have gon.e to Ridgeway in order
t. be pr- sstt at the Boyd-D)ePortes
Rev. E. A. McDowell and wife lef
f 'r At.ar.ta ont Wedtnesday mor-nitng.
Tulg J'.:'r S.LVE !D i-e word fo-u
s,,,r -.t:-r. heoptt an .sCi
:trtS. -r.7' di '1 kir -up-tions, Mn r-*-'~
tvely -t ' -- ?i'le. or no pay reureo
I e- w to give t.erieet - .sfae't
or'.--,we n-eundedi. Prie -:4 - nts
ODE TO THE DEAD CONFEDERACY.
The tollowing i-, Mrs. Clara Dargan
McL'az' o.ar, lead by Mr. L. L.
Knight i~ mti auditorum at the Atlanta
"Mother otf met ! thou lie-. in 'o:rln
Upotn the bier of many taith!al
Ali tMute an,! co!., pierc d !lro' with
A queen discrowne I by Fe.
Bring here the frankincense of lo%al
And myrrh, the need of grief too
deep for tears,
Tee precious spice of love, t' em
halin thro' vears,
And gol.l for royal brows.
"We shall n--t wake thee from thy
dreamle a s:eep;
With In nuring mean di-turb thy
Nc blatant tongue shall trave,ty thy
As silent here we weep.
Yet we iemember ! Ave, nor can for
Those t.eeds of splendor-those
When thy leal-sons rode forth thr.,'
bk ody ways.
Where Death and Honor mrt.
"0 dream of glory past ! Of high re
To teach the world how brave It is
And daring, do-tho' costing lives so
A nation to evolve.
Roll, drum-, and sound across the
Riow, bugles, in one long, majestic
Tho' she is dead, she dieth not in
Whose death bath made us free.
"Free to live on and learn to suffer
Nor vengeance seek, nor feel ignoble
Free to see truly and to grandly bear
And grow thro' suffering strong.
Mother if aien! We gather round
And pledge thy pure name ne'er
shall be belied;
A martyr thou hast lived, a marlyr
The south's best self to save.
"Yes, we will bury thee with pomp
I And leave thee s'eping in thy sacred
F,j we behold thee far ab ave the
Sound we a pean, then, and not a
Sing we a jub-lan:e, not a dirge;
For lo! the south holds Victory's
God is in heaven t All's well!"
Mrs. McLean's poem was a soulful
gem. It was a brief but genuine in
spiration, and the music of its tender
lines evoked the deepest feelivgs of
admiranon and love for the gifted
author. The poem will be preserved
by all who hreard it as a beautiful
souvinir of a most impressive and
ha ppy occasiou.-tlanta Constitution.
E.-LsN'T SHE BEAUTIFUL !" Occasion
ally one hears this expression, as a lady
with .a strikingly lovely complexion
pas-es alonst the street. Certainly!I
she uses the FAxOes BLUSHi OF ROSEs
manufactured by Miss Flora A. Jones,
South Bend, Ind. Supplied by John
H. McMaster & Co. Price, 75 cents
per bottle. *
THEIR PART OF CAROLINA DAY AT
The ladies of South Carolina have
prepared a programme to take place
in the woman's building at the Atlanta
Exposition Thursday at 11 o'clock, as
Introduction by tol. W. A. Hemp
hill of General Le Roy F. Youinan's
subject : "Ante-beilun' Matrons of the
Mrs. Thompson's remarks of v
Mrs. Giordan's introduction of the
Mrs. TillinghaSt's remar: 3 upon as
suming the duties of chairman for
South Carolina Day.
Mrs. Tillinghast's introduction of
first lady speaker, Mrs. Clara Dargan
Maclean; subject, "Our Foremothers."
Introduction of second lady speaker,
Mrs. 8. C. Baker ; subj ect, "The Le
gendls of Some of the Geographical
Names in South Carolina."
Solo, sung by Mr. Ilorrace L. Bomar,
Tnird larly speaker, Miss Mary Martin
Evans, introduced; subject, "The Pa!
in tto State."
F.'a-th lady speaker, Miss Floride
Cn ainsghamn, introduced ; subject,
Fift h lady speaker, Mrs. ilal. Rich
air:ison, int:odunce.l; subject. "A Need
of the IIour."
ong by M rs. Paul Petty.
Ml rs. V. D. Young introduced ; sub
ject, "Sunflower Bloom of Woman's
'ime'consumned, about two hours
from 11 a. m. to 1. p. m.
Mrs Clara Dargan McLean, men
tioned as the frst lady speaker, ie, as
many of our readers know, a na-ive of
Winnsboro. We shall attempt t- re
po t in full or give a synop;is of her
remark< on this occation.
I Condensed Testimony.
Chas. B. Hood. Broker and Manufrc
turer's Agent. Columbus, Ohio, certifes
that Dr. King's New Discovery has no
equal as a Cough remedy. .J. D). Brown,
IProp. St. Jamses IIotel, M'r. Wayne, Ind.,
te- tfis that he was Cured of a Coegh ot
two ye:irs standic.g, caused by La Grippe,
Iby Dir. King's New D)isec very. B. F. Mer
ril, Bald winsvi le, Mas., say.s that he has
used and recormnended it and n'ever knew
it to fail amti would r4iher havt- it than any
doctor, because it always 'ures. Mrs.
Heminfi, 2?2 E.> ''5th e-t ,'Chicago, always
keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup,
because it instantly relieves. Free Trial
Bot' ls at McMaster & Co.'s Drug Store *
Wen Baby was sick, we gaveher Ca~OSt.
Wheni she wasa a.nd, she cried for Catoria.
When she became XIss, she chmig to Castorla.
Wh. a s anamnldeu .he antham Castorta
The Labors of the Constitutional Conven
tion Nearlg Ended.
'ulumbia, S. C., Nov. 26.-South
Carolina's Constitutional Convention
at 7.30 this eveniny, after a session
las:ing nearly all day, completed its
work so fxr as the constitution is con
cerned, having been in tession almost
c)utinnonsly for over two months,
and it now only remains for the dele
gates to ret urn hei e on Tuesday iext
to ratify the new constitution. The
convention began work this morning
with the articles on declaration of
rights, on judicial department and on
Iegi6lative department yet to be finally
acted upon, along with three ordi
nances, and two resolutions. The
busivess was rushed through in great
shape. The homestead clause was
badly cut up. The homestead of $300
to unmarried persons allowed on the
second reading was ; stricken out.
This evening the convention reversed i
itself on the divorce question, striking
out the rcquirement that this State
shall roognize divorces granted by
other States, on a close vote. The
convention finished its work in almost
total darkness, all the incandescent
lights in the hall suddenly going out
The delegates are to-night making
preparations to leave in the morning
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ]
A Hundred Thousand Visitors.
Atlanta, (la., Nov. 26.-The expoi
tion hai announced for Thursdav,
a hic is At int a Dry, South Carolina
Day. Savant,ah Day and S. M. Inman i
Day, a'l in ot:u, a grand pyrotechnical c
display wtic is t eclipse anyting
hereto1oz e givena ini any part of the ]
world. Mt-re. James Pain & Son,
of New York and London, the great
est pyrotechnic artists in the world,
announce over their own signature f
that Thursday's disp'ay will eclipse
anything ever given. The program,
which is cut to-night, includes such
dazzling features as Niagara on lire,
a sheet of fire cataract 300 feet wide; s
the Star Spangled Banner in the Sky;
the Inman Bouquet, a simultaneous
discharge of 2,500 rockets, the Forest
of Fire, the Southern Cross, the dis
charge of 100 mines, salvos of sixty
inch bombs, Jacob's Ladder, musical
rockets, submarine explosions, liquid
fire rocke:s, Flora's Bower, produced
by a discharge of one hundred 15-inch
bombs fired by cIectricity, Aladdin's -
Jewel Tr(es and the illumination of
the lake with prismatief.res. Another
great device wilt be the floating foun
tain, another Noah's Ark, another a H
fire portrait of Mrs. S. M. Inman, and
a collossal fire portrait of Mr S. M. -
IRBY ON THE SUFFRAGE.
Lnitcd States Senator J. L. M. Irby.A
of South Carolina, was at the Central la
Hotel last evening. ia
A representative of the Observer saw in
Senator Irby and asked him for all the
late South Carolina news.
"You can just say," cays the sena
tor, "that I have nothing to say for
"Then the Constitution you and og
four people have just made snits you A
exactly? ? S
"No, it dotn'; some of it don't suit
me at all."
"Catn't we publish what your objec
ious are to the results of the work
you have been helping to do?"
"I object to the suffrage clause that
"What are the obi-:ctions to the suf- r
fratre clause ?"
"It is going to disfranchise a lot of L
poor people who have been Tillman's S.
and lIrby's best friends."s
"The news has been sent out that If
you have that part fixed your own
way. Under the regulations you have
made you can let in as many poor peo
ple as you please."
"Yes; but it is a question whether L
that part of the 'law is constitutional or
not. Some of the lawyers think that
part of the suffrage clause of the Con
titution will go down before the
courts. .jf this should happen, and
the restriction part should stand, then
we have simply disfranchised a lot ofB
our best constituts. I, for one,B
never intended to do this, anid am not
atisfied at the possible prospect of it." g
Senator i-by is on his way to Spar
tanburg, whence he goes home -Char
otte Observer, 5
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
roubles? ff not, get a bottle now and get
elief. This medicine has been found to
be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a
wonderful direct influence in giving
trength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss of Appetite, Constipation,Head- --
ache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous,
Sleepli ss, Excitable, Melancholy or trou
led with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is
the medicine vou need. Health and
Strength are guaranteed by its use. Large
ottles only fifty cents at McMaster &
Co.'s Drug Store. *
Chikdren Cry for' Pitcher's Castoria.
For Over Fifty Years
Mus. WVINStow's SOOTHING SYRmUP has
been used for over fifty years by millions
f mothers for their children while teeth
in-., with per feet success. It soothes thed
child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wInd colic, and is the best remedyg
for Diarrhcea. It will relieve the poor lit
tle sufferer immediately.. Sold bg Drug
zists in every part of the world. Vwenty
five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for
Irs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and
ak.- -.o other 'sind. 542Gtx1y
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cast0ria.
P A RTIES owing the assigned estate
of Ulvsse G. Desportes are here -
by notified that payment must be made
within the next thirty days, or I shall
be forced to collect through an attor
leYAbES Q. DAVIS,
mclean d autnes thebhaIr.
~~~~tever Fais toestator Gray
soc..at L.oat Dru
a. EiNT 1 ST H Y.
B. .J. Q UAT TLElBA UD, ID D S
F Lev,Vrwig Etc.,
i-~aty Woodward.5.C. i
Ready in all
A' BEAUTIFUL LINE C
Black Dress Goods in all the latE
neres, Clay Worsteds, Tricots,
n all colors. Also Fancy Sackin
3lack Satin for ladies' skirts.
A full line of ladies', misses'
nducements in ladies' and gents'
A Large Stc
)ought before the rise. Can si
keep the celebrated R. & G.
ssortment of ladies' stylish Wra
MY LINE 0]
ras never more complete. HATI
ome good values in gents' Undei
f you want a Trunk or Valise do
oorest man in the county can b
rom me this season and not miss
Here is a stunner : A Silk Un
Country merchants will do w<
J, L. li
. D. WILLIFOI
OFFER for rent, cheap, for next year,
the Dwelling House and premises of
enry N. Obear.
26tf T. K. ELLIOIT, Agent
VE offer at private sa!e a plantation o
Two Hundred and Fifty (250).
!res, lying near the residence of Mr.
o. b. Douglass and Dr. Thos. G. Doug
s, now occupied by Mr. Wni. B. Doug
?s. Has good dwelling and other build
son it. Terms easy.
-2Gtf T. K. ELLIOTT, Cashier.
XUE have (placerd in our hands)
Ssoine gilt-edged securities to
e those hnving money to invest.
I commouications shall be regarded
jJ. Q. DAVIS,
W, D. DOUGL ASS,
J. E. McDONALD,
1-9tf Winnsboro, S. C.
"IIRTEEN HUNDRED ACRES of
.land, situated near Albion, on
te River, for merli owned by Jno.
Douglass. It will b)e divided into
lall tracts if necessary. Terms easy.
not sold, it. will he rented.
Appl to J. E. McDONALD,
PPo J. Q. DAVIS, or
10-22tf W. D. DOUGLASS.
118 GARNETT ST.,
tween Loyd and S. Pryor Streets.
ilhi:i half block of two car flnes
leading to Exposition.
By the day, week, or month.
IRS. E. R. TURNAGE.
Is is s- the tires and rims that Rambler
er- !eno urstmost apparer. Thse are less
t e~ Ramblr Bic> cle.Io Noi e Ac
at ay price-nxone so good for tile same or
less . Catalog free.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MrG. CO.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
A household remedy for anl Blood and
ul.ceui RheNumatli Ctarh. S.I Ehe
and every form of Blood D)iseiase from the
simplest pimple to the foulest Ulcer. Fifty
years' use with unvarying success, dem
ng ad buldipnramp vrtues.aln,epbottle
has mre curative virte than adoze of
and strength from the first dose.
~WRIT E for Book of Won
djcures, senetfree onafPu
$.0 for a large bottle cr 65.0 o si t
tles, and medicine wil1 be sent, freight
BLOOB BALM 0., tlanta, Ga.
AtTer ianand wmn in the Unitd
dae itrese .n hD Op e a d W ik
38,a oae will be sent you free.
K TO SELECT FROI
'F COLORED DRESS GOODS,
st styles, Serges, Henriettas, Cash
Lnd Flannels. A big assortment of
;s for children. Something nice iz
and children's Hose. Some special
ck of Shoes,
Lve you money in this department.
Corsets, the best made. The best
ps you have ever seen in the Boro.
to please the old and young.
wear. Look at my line of Cravats.
't buy until you price mine. The
ay a pair of WOOL BLANKETS
ibrella:for .seventy-five cents.
ll to price through my immense
M- - Maar.
Evaporated Apples, Peaches,
Apricots and Prunes.
Hecker's Self-Raising Buck
wheat and Oatmeal.
Barrel best N. 0. Molasses.
East India Pickles, some
thing fine; try them.
Also loose Cucumber Pickle.
A full line of Canned Goods
always on hand.
All kinids of Fruits in stock.
A full line of Heavy and
.Give me a call.
1RS .& I HABINCNT
IN PRIVATE HOUfSE
238 West Peachtree,
TIIIRD IDOOR FROM LINDEN
STEET, ON CAR LINE, midway
beween Car Shed and (near) Exposi
-MODER ATE RATES.
DR. A. B. PA TTERSON.
DETlIilrCL ROOMS. [lOUSE
and fuirni-uire new. Ibave all modern
conveic - G;at. E'etr'c Bell., hot
and cold water bath rooms o'i each
floor. F;ar' and all Tccomnmodattion1s
Ct to a'lI p'aC- S ofrn'im'cement. Im
mediately on car line to Exposition.
Ra:n, $1.00 an I $2.00 per~ day.
Spcial ra Cs to pa ties of .six .- mn C.
MRS. J. J. BARNFS,
283 WVhitehall St., At lant4, Ga.
AP i 119tcoolt
We have just received another lot of Bay State and Zeigler Bros'. Shoes.
Although leather has advanced in price, and carried the price of shoes with it,
we bought our stock in June, before the advance, and are selling nearly all
kinds at old prices. Zeigler Bros'. Ladies' Shoes at $2.00 and up. Bay State
Shoes, all kinds and all prices. If you wish the best ladieb' or misses' shoe for
the future storms and mud call for BAY STATE EXTENDED SOLE GOAT
LEATHER SHOE. We consider it the best shoe in America for the price:
same old price will bzy them. Send the children to us for good wen: ing spring
heel shoes. We have good stout school shoes for boys. See our gents' $3.00
snd $4.00 Shoes.
Dry Goods and Notions
A rew line of Outings, Ginghams, Calico, Duck, Sateen, Sheeting, Bleached
Homespun, Ticking, Flannels, Brown Homespun, Checked Homespun, Sea
Island Homespun, Canton Flannel, Jeans and Cassimeres, Hosiery, Handker
chiefs, &c., &c.
Fresh Flour, Meal, Bacon, Rice, Sugar, Coffee, Canned Goods, Baking Pow
der, Pickles, Cheese, Crackers, Macaroni, Tea, Spices, Oat .FIakes, -Buckwheat
Flour, Soap, Starch, Molasses, Vinegar, Cigar, Matches, Candy, &c.
Try our 1)ried Apples-good and cheap.
We are selling Reed's Shoes and Padan Bros'. Shoes at cost to close them
out. Only a limited quantity and a few sizes. If you can be fitted they are
We are offering a specially low price in 46-inch All-Wool Henrietts. Call
and look at them. Respectfully,
J. M. Beaty & Bro.
Cotton States and International W innsboro
SEABOAR AIR LINE. Drug - Store.
ESTIBULED LIMITED 1 RAINS
17!on which no Extra Fare is Charged.
SOLID TRAINS Just Arived
Char'eston and Columbia to Atlanta Buist's Turnip Seed, Mason Fruit
witibout change Jars and Jelly Tumblers.
SCHEDULE. 403 I 41 45
Toilet Articles of all Kinds.
Lv Catawba.... 10.29 am 9.S0pm.
Lv Chester.... 11.05 am1 10.3Spm .
Lv Carlisle.......11.29 a m 11.09pm ....... Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Lv Charleston... I ................ 7.00 a
Lv Sumter...1. . ..... 9.44
Lv Columbia.::.!-......3.OOpm 11.15 a
Lv Prosperity... ........7.28pm112.29n L_, _.
L ewberry.'.....:.:.. '.m 12.43p Best 5ct. Cigar on the Market.
Lv Clinton...12.25 n'n 12.O8n't 1.40 p
L v Greenwood.. 12.57 p m I.04 am 2 34p p
LvAbbeville.... 1.24pml~ 1.45am 3.00 p
Lv CalhounFalls 1.46pm' 2.16am 3.26 p
Ar Atlanta...4.09 pm1 5.20 am 645 p Pipes and Tobacco.
Trains 403 and 41 arc composed of
the handsomest Pullman Drawing- LmsadGasae
Room, Buffet Sleeping Cars and Day
No. 403 ("The Atlanta Special" )is
ves:ibuied from end to end and isW i b Du Str
operated solid from Wash ington to At-w
lanta without change.- -
No. 41 Is operated solid from Ports- B F E
mouth to Atlanta without change.
is operated solid from Charleston to
Atlanta (through Sumter, Columbia,
Prosperity and Newberry) without
These trains land passengers in the
Union Depot at Atlanta--as recar the _
Exposition grounds as through passen- ,.
gers via any line are landed.
-FROM- A. C. E.
AND SALE STABLES.
Catawba.......... 1210 S 8 90$ 5 45 _______
Cester............ 1105 8 30 5 05
Carlisle............ 1915 745 47
Charleston.......... 13 95 10 25 4 Ju2Arvdan0o ae
Sumter............13 60J 0 95! 6 60
Columbia........... 135 839' 5 60
Prosperity........... 45 695 4 70 _ 2 z
Clinton............. 91 865_65_41
Greenwood.........! 7 15 5 55 3 45
Abbeville .........!6 40~ 4 70 3 40
CalhouFals........|:: 565~ 425 310
DATEs OF SALE AID LIMIT. & I1s
COLUMN A.--TicketS sold daily to De- Aogte n ieSdl os
cember 15th, with extreme limit
January 7th, 1896.adsoessiblfrrl
CouMms C.--Tickets sold daily to Dieig tc.Wlbesdcha fo
cember 30th, with extreme limit 15cahoontmfrstsatrype.
days iromn date of sale.
CoLUNx E.--Tickets sold daily to De
cebr 0h with exti eme limit 7 .WLIOD
surpasses, in some respects, any Expo- Wnsoo .C
sition yet held in America. Here you S R
find, s'ide by side, exhibits from FloridajJ CE vE '
and Alaska. California and Maine, the
United States of America and the _______
Unitted States of Brazil, Mexico and
Canada, and so on until nearly every Coc
civilized nation on the globe is repre
seted. On the terraces are found,
among many other sitractions, Arab, 4E SN L MO ,
Chinese and Mexican villages, showing Coc
just how thio-c people have their "daily
walkandc6n.erJust AAGeAnfo SRAPE,
Ask or ickts va "he eab A milon thmane Fante suplyos
andllome FieepMareCa.rnitableafor raos
ii. W. n. LOWin,nT.oro, S.R5C.
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