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I". It. AULL, EDITOP.
NEWBERtY COLIUR COMMENCE.
A falsoimpression caused by the ex.
Istonco of smallpox In Newberry, makes
it proper for ile to state that it Is the
Intention of the college to have its
usual commencement exercises, begin
ning wit.h the Bacca launreate Sermon
As has already been announled in
thle ppers and in a circular letter to
pat-rons of the tollege. the doctors do
cided on the 271h of lay that one of
tiv. college students haid smallpox. lie
wits iniove,l out of town and isolated:
precautions were used to prevent the
diseaaso froiml spreading: and, acting
linder tfhe advice of physician, in
eluding the ehairman of the Board of
Icalth, 'the college went on with its
regular work. '.l'his student and a
two-year-old child are the only white
persons in Newberry who have had
smallpox, and the attending physician
expects to dismiss both cases in a few
days. I am informed by tilie health
oflicers that there havo been fewer
than te! cases amnong t li colored pco
It is not the policy of the college to
hllde the truth on any sibject. Our
friends will of couirse act on their own
judgiment, as to t lit popriety of at tend
ing Commencement: I merely state the
facts so that their jiudgient may rest
on correct information. The students
have been vacci lilt t ed, most of ithem
having been vaccinated ini .lanary;
public vaccination has hete n made comi
pilsory; and tle dotors helieve that
the disease is under control. Hit if
another case is developed amolnlig the
Students, I will have tle fact announced
as soon as it is brought. to my attention,
and alnnolinced in slli a way as to
reach the publie.
June 7. t; mm. II. (muw.
Prosperity has qpiaraltined against.
Newberry. With the greatest respect
for the P;rosperilty board of health this
seeIns to us to be at very foolih thing.
Smallpox is not epidemic ini Newherry.
ve have only two eases and the peo
plC have nearly all heen vaccinated
and those who have not beei will be in
the next few days.
And then it is too late to quarntine,
and why not have quarantilied agailnst
P,omaria and Saluda and Chapin and
01,h11r plOiltS thati had a g reat miaMny
more Case, than we havo hal. If the
town quiaantinws 'ugainlst pilaes" thtat
liav-- been exposetl to sm1al'pox it will
le bottled tp ald( have tle cork driven
in much haIder timal i Samlpon has tle
Spanislh fleet il the baror of Saintilago.
IL is too late now to quarantine. What
should have leii (fono when smal1pox
first. appeared in tlie State was to have
had the people vitce-inalted and there
would then have eenli no ,pvead of the
disease. llt ther were co imaniY peer
ple who advsed waziting .niutil the dis
ease got nearer1 t hat tit eounlteiraicted
the advice to lbe vaecinated. \\'e in
sisted uiponi genierail vaccilnat ion whlen
the disease wats a tfar off as A tlanota.
If that had1( beeii dlone we mnever woultd
hai ue hiadt thle di sease splreadl in t hiis
State. Now it is atll over the
State amnd. the' thing to do is
to vaccinate. You can'ti aecom p1li
any)3 good biy (luarantinie uniless you go
in a hole Iad pull the hole ini afler you.
It is all laound us and has bleen almoost
cpidleict in Columbitia ftor two mont hs.
In Newberi ry w'e have had very few
eases, andt no0w liit ve only two andit near
ly all our people hiave. beenl vaweirmltedl.
Thieie is less danuger fromi the town
than t.hiero is fromua umy orv Iabtno,t any
oft the counIltr dW(ist ni*ts for the towns
havte had vactination enfum-ted, whil'
very few of lie hieople in thle coun try
lhave' bieen v'acci lntate.
Oif course we do not inttend to eri ticize
(our ) neihbor fir (enfourig qu iaantine0,
buit it seems to Ils it w'illI injure' the busi
tiess of the town' lindii do noi good.
Advise analdi enfm'.' vanc inatloll f(or
that is the only way Ii to staip out the
Thme State exeuti v. comiiittee
stratddled again ini int.erpret ing the
ledge, thlouh they id t go at little fur
thor than the 11 oldionunit tee wenit anld
say that they "'di sfav~or" factionial
1nom1 iatlis. 'That mieans, we' su~pose,
th at. the nom11 linationis by thie I'-olihi
tioists lire considered factional nom1i1
Then It Is left, t.o the nomineemos of thme
44. 'Proibtonmconventionm to say whether
or not they can take t lhe pledge. In view
of all tli s dlodginig we belileve the cand I
dat,es latcd on the P'roh Iition t.ieket
would be stronger If the [Prohibition ex
eutive coin lnittee would d iabanid and
bet those of Its caidtates who eliter' the
race go In on their Ow n accounit. We do
not see how elsa any of themli can run)l
for we do not believe under thme clir
culmstances that any of them catn take
Our- boys left Cblumbia yesterday
afternoon for Chickamauga. Soe
wont by Augusta and the othera by
Spartanburg. The Newberry Comi
~ *. pany was in the battalion that wvent by
The accoimodations willl be better
there than they were In ColumbIa..
We hate to see them leave us but
feel safe that they will maintaIn the
honor of South Carolina wherever they
may be. May they aln return to us In
good health and with the trophies of
vitory on their shields.
Newberry did her part nobly in the
matter of helping to buy instruitents
for the regiuentatl land. Ini a few
hours Mr. Werts raised $42. Then it
was no more than we expected. New
berry people always come up to the
Walhalla was almost entirely de
stroyed by tire last, week. The prop
erty destroycd amounted to about $15,
(100 only partially covered by insuranco,
Tho Courier with commendable enter
priso issued an extra giving a full ac
count. of tle firo.
That was a bold and daring act of
Lieut.. lobson and those who want
with him when he sank the Merrimac
to block entranc to the harbor of San
Tito chances of escape were almost
nlonlo and yet strange to fialy aIl the men
were saived and only two slightly in
jured. It wits as brave and as success
fult tll act its was the feat of Dewey.
Mr. W. W. Ball has retired from the
Citorial man111agelment of the Greenville
News and Mr. A. B. Williams who hasi
been in New York returns to his old
love. Mr. Hall Is one of the brightest
tindi most forcible writers in journalism i
in Solth Carolina and wo hope his re
tirellent is only temporary. We areI
glad to have 'Mr. Williams return to
The State campaign opens next
Thursday, 16th, it Orangebturg. Those
who expect to enter will have to do so
before or by that time.
Tiht Latet War Newn.
Atlatt a Ga.. June 6, 3.25 p. m.-It is
conlfimtiled that the Oregon s aink the
Spanish l orpedo boat destroyer, 'Terror.
Ile Spaniards were. drowned.
Pive thousand Ameilean soldiers
were landed unde cover fire at Punilita
Sampson again bombarded Santiago.
Atlanta Ga., June 61, 5.35 p. m,
Sampson waging terrible fire on Santi
Denied in Washington that S'panish
boat Terror has been sunk.
Fire lin Helena.
Tihe residence in Helena formerly
owned by Mr. J. 0. Meredith was d
stroyed by fire last night about half
past ten o'clock. The house was occu
pied by a family of negroes.
Wive could not learn tl.,;s morning
whether the fire was accidental or tile
work of an ilnend iary. but most proba
bly it was aecidental.
The negro lust about all the house
hold effects that he possessed.
Home Mutual Fire Isroteetton Assoclatian
esf south Catrolemn.
At the aInnual Ileetiog of the stock
holders the report of Thomas F. lar
mllom), General Agent, showed that, tile
blusiness of thle company' was in a pros
pcirous and Ilourish ing condition.
Since its organizcation in June, 189(i,
the losses paid wer-e $1 I,2617.30, andl
there are now in force 2,000 p)olicies5,
amnotunting to $1 ,538,Ei00.
T1he amount of the cost of each per
sonl itnsured, atsidec fromi the first pre
iumi, has been I of one per cent. of thle
same for each year. T1here have been
but thr iee assessmnents since it b)egani
buisiness, amotunting to i of one per'
cent, of the fiIrst pium ni.
A genucies haive bfen est-ablishedl in
every) counlty of South ('arolinla, and
the coim)pany hats now extended its bus
Iine'ss ilnto North Carol init. Thle comn
j1anyl is si mly anl associationl for t,he
proteact ion of its stock holders, anid no0
efft.- is inatde to maeke dIi videndls.
The dlirectors of thle compny)tt3 arc:
.\. A (arlIisle, .1 as. N. Martin, C. l.
Stulmmier. h'. N. Mart in; and1( its otiera
a ra: J.N. Martin, President; Thios. 1".
F'. HI airmion, G enerai Agent: I". N.
.\lartiln, Treasuilrer: M. A. Cairlisle,
This a hssociat ion supphelis a demand
reaalized by (every prop)lerty owneOr. It,
giv.es absol t,e priot~cttin at a mi n imumtt
co-t. No loss no pay. it, meets the
wanlts andI coniditions of all , both town
and1( countryI.. It is manaitged by our
ownI clities anid the money kept at
homie it. demands a properP valuattion
of p)ropierity. ItL reqiresi' a pr'oper- and
full staltemnt, of its business, so that,
every Policy holder may know tile ex
ttct standing atnd conIltin of tile atsso
elat,ion. It is conducetedi upion business
pinctiples for the mutual benefit of all
Its policy holders. It beIng a Stato or
ganiz,ation, its buisiness can be extended
to ta ll i need of protection. *
List of L tiera.
LIst, of letters remaliing in postofilco,
Nowherry, S. 0., for week ending Juno
Rev. 10. D. Bullucks, Mlrs. LIZz.io J.
Brown, Miss Mamle Day, Mr's. Mary J.
Hawkins, Mr. J. W. Lowis, Mrs8. Bottle
Nelson, Mr-. Heniry Ringeir, 5. J,
Relnztsteii, Will Quit.
W. Y. F'AIt,
-DO YOUl LIKR OOD COFFEE?
If so, buy tile "Blue Ribbon"
brand. This is an excellent brand
of Moca and Java,' and will go twice
as far as cheap coffee.
If you will only try this brand you
will quit using cheap and poor coffee.
In it you will find both quality and
eoony. S3o1 by
[. B. JONES, Sole Agent.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIRE NMWM OV A LIE AND PRO
rScal Correatmudtenee lcra atid News 1
Prosperity, S J., Jute t1. -.1 h mueh
talked of iarantino has come at last,
but. v'v don't, know how long it will bv
with us. We do hope y tir Nowberkry
folks will hurry and gut. 04 of 'youl
sIIallpvx up thero so we eatn go and
coina when we want. We are quaraIn
tiied 4gainst all infected points, and
vaccillation has be-en tadoe ompulsory,
Lr will be after the 10th. Any one
fro, your town to get in hore nust
have a bill of health So anty title inl
tending coling to ourll cotmt tilencIen t
hid better heeil this notice, or tlty
will be turned back. as the tiuaratitin
is being rigidly enfored. "werbtum
III company WithI Prof. Aull I had the
plea'su1re of at visit to Little Moutitatiu
>)n Sunday. In tie aibsence of the pas
Lot the Iorning services were given
verI' t') the Sunday.sel-ool. We were
very agreeably surprised at the atteld
tle, ti which, was large, and one of the
Aings that pleased us most was the
111m1ber of the older men who were at
Ahe services and in tho classes. W hy
s it that so many of the pareits stay at
ionic and solnd their children instead
A going aod taking them? We are
rlad th is congregation is the exception.
[atiher., and sons sat side by side in the
ulass, and sitting at the feet of the Mas
er leartined from him. This school is
Aliciently olficered. Mr. W. A. Counts
It superintendent and Mr. A. N. Bo
and is Secretary anld treasurer. We
iopo to have the pleasure of another
.Isit it some future day.
I am requested to state for the bene
it, of the public that the quarantine
Ipplies oilys to towti! whero the small
30x is now, and if they live in the
'ountry they need have no fears in
!omting to town for fear of being vacci
Iited against their wish, as it is only
,hose who live in the incorporate lim
ts who will be compelled to vaccinate
tfter the 10th. So any reports to the
!ontrary are incorrect, and you nee d
ay no attention to them.
Capt. J. L. Hunter reports one and
I half acres of wheat that will make
thout 70 shocks of 13 bundles each, and
le is satistled that he will get 60 bush
Als of wheat. How is that for grain
rrowing? That beats having your
xleat field inl Indiana, Minnesota or
Dakota. Who else can report, a good
ricld? Let us hear from you when you
ave finished thrashing. Give number
if bushels sown on number of acres and
,he number of bushels t.hrashed. This
vill be :f interest to all of us. Lei us
lave your report, please.
Rev. J. B. Hood, who has been on
Ahe sick list for some weeks, concluded
to recuperate and rest, and of course
to what better place could he go than
Prosperity, and lie came and spent
weveral (lays very pleasantly among
Iricnds in our town. Come again, Mr.
Hood, we arc always glad to see you.
Teeare many fine takes and lots of
tore arms in town, and the number is
being adldedl to daily.
Comimencemnent of the Graded School
5 uiponius, and the children are all ex
pectancy, and their bright faces show
uhe interest they have in the exercises.
The regular chur'ch services were
held in all the churches of the town
Cap had the p)leasuire of escorting
several suspects to tihe corporate limits
1n Saturday and bidding t.hen) go
wvher'e there are no quarantine laws.
h-e seemied to enjoy it,.
Misses IBessie M%onits, Toy Lathant and
hiinnie l''ollers aro home fromi Mt.
Pleasant i-'emuale Collego to spendl va
TrIal .1 ustI ce l''elers was cal lcd to
hold an inquest over the body of BIen
jamin 1 lawkins, colored,' who was
Lrownedl on Sat.urday evening at the
mouth oif it i 'r'ver. He, with a comn
panlon, was trying to swim across Sat
luda river'. The other' boy suttcceded
In swinuinimg across and hieard1 his cry
for' helpi, hbut thought lie was jokIng, as
hie was given to prae'ieal jokes. Wh'len
he found lie was sinking lie went to his
rescue, but could not reach him In time
to save him11. lie was 21 or. 22 years of
trge. Werdict in accordlance with the
The following is the programme of
Miss Alken's Music Class, to be ren
dered WVednesday evening, June 8,
1898, at. 8.30 o'clock:
Duet: Pin oncle March-M Isses Saullie
Witherspoon, Erin Kohn.
Tyrolienne (from William Tell)
M uss Annie May B3edonhauagh.
Duet: Waltz-Misses Aneo and Hat
lBohemlenne-Miss Estollo Stewart.
Woodland Echoes--Miss Eleanor Ca
Dneot: Sounds from thec Ohio-Misses
Jessie and Lena Moseloy.
.Jasmino Waltz-Moffatt Kirkpat
May Jihooms-Miss Lillian WIse.
Sweet Peas Waltz-Miss Isoline
Ripp)les of the Alabama--Miss Sallie
Turtlo Dove Polka-Mis8s Lena Mose
Vocal: I'll Road it in Those Dear
1tyes--Miss Lunla Moseley.
Pasquinade-Miss Annie Beolle Wise.
Tam O'Shanter-Miss Jessie Mose
Warbling Birds-Misse Erin Kohn..
Spinning Wheel-Miss Grace-KCirk
Duiet: Shepherd's Song- Misses Lil
lian Wise and Isoline Wych..
vocal'I'eot Life Has Io 1owet --r.
Wyolh, Nir, k1blot, Iu has Alkim,
Duet.: Charog of the U1hlats-Mieses
Anula Hollu Wise, Estello Stawart,
'arantell-Nht Lilliati Wise.,
Storm- -Misa Ainio Iollo Wise,
Brihotw- i*1s Salli Witherpoon.
hous,Japtunus tiln Drill--Class.
Delivery ti mdals,
The following Is the piogramno of
the cosing olost of the Priosperity
Graded Sohoml, to be roiletid Thurs.
day Jvnn dun tiv I , at g&.3
ChOruls by shoo1L
Little Hoy lItuo-tsollne Wyoho and
N I I -lo.
IeItatimi- -I tiy eI I ors,
N Ieitatio Georgic SI h"port.
Tho Anglo-Saxont as an Agont of CIv
Tho Aim of Life--Lv-o Pello'rs.
Tho Necessity fMr Reform in Public
Annual Address- Alon. 1. F. Wllson,
Sumter, S. C.
Chorus by school.
Presentittonl of diploias.
SrArF ( F Onto. oTr or TotDO.
FKA'KJ.t URsNSr nakes oath that io ia the
eONiM partner of the firm of F. J. CutRay a
So.doingbusiness In the City of Toledo
Coan' ant tato aforesaid and thut snitl
fi-m Il pay the aut of ONK lUNDRED
DOLLA Its for each und k%Vry eneRe of I. U,I- a
I hat canot be0 cured by the use of A,L'S
FRANK J. CIlENFY.
Sworn to be fore ino and subscribe- i tuv
presence, this tth (aI of Decomnbor. A. 'j. 1Mi.
Iail'e Uttnrrh Cure Is taken Interna.1v n,a
not tilre 2t1y on the blood and uotitios sur
faces vf the aystem. Sen for testimonitals,
fte. K". J CHIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
So il bv Druggists, 75c.
1ail's Family 'ills are the best.
Call for the Zeigler Bros. fine Shoes
for ladies; they are the beston the mar
let. Janieson's. t.tf
For House of Represen
['1APT. JNO. F. 13ANKS 18 HERE
U.by nominated as a candidate for re
election to the lower House of the Gen
eral Assembly, and is pledged to abide
the result of the Democratic Primary
A RTHUR KIBLER IS HEREBY
anounIed as a candidate for re
election to the Legislature and is
pledged to abide the result of the Dem
oeratle primary electiqu.
G. SALE IS HEREBY AN
G nounced ats a candidate for the
Legielature from Nowberry County
and is pledged to abide the result of
the Democratic primary election.
For County Superinten
M4ARION Q. BOLAND IS HERE
.L..by annfounced as a candidate for
County Stuperintendent of Education
andl will abide the result, of the Demo
cratIc pimuary election.
Ir H EREBY ANNOUNCU MYSELF
a candildate for re-election to the
otice of Count.y 8uperintendent of Eu
uicat,ion, anti pledge myself to abide the
result, of the D)emocratic primary.
F. WV. HIGGINS.
THE ANYFRI ENDS 01F THE
H?Ion.'lThos. WV. Keitt take pleasure
in announcing his name for County
Superintenden .of Education, andI
p)ledge him to abide the result of the
For County fSupervisor.
JIiHEREHXY ANNOUNCE MIYSELL"
.L a candi date for' County Supervisor
and pledge myself to abide the result
of the Demiocr-atic primary.
W. A. HILL,.
J M. SCHTUMPERT IS H EREIIY
. nomninatedi as5 a candidate for'
County Supervisor-suibject to the pri
Notice Board of Health.
THE FOLLOWING RIESOLU
tII~ions were paBssed by the Board
Take notice and govern yourselves ac
Resolvted 1. That we order compul.
sory vaccination, and that, every citi
zen be allowed to apply for vaccination
unt,il .Juno 6t,h, 1898, afters which time
the board will enfor'ce vaccination.
Resolved 2. That all physicians be
furnished vaccine points and ho0 paid
fifteen conts each p)atient, same as publ
lie vaccinator, until June 6th. After
that timo compIulsory vaccination will
be on forced.
C. A. BOWM AN, Secretary.
THE REGUAR EXAMINATION
Tfor Teachors' ('ounty Certificates
wvill be hold on Fr'iday, June 17th, 1898,
at the court house. Applicants will
bring their own peCns and ink and paper.
F". W. HIGGINS,
County Supt.. of Education.
J. B. Walton baa opened a Har
ness Shop on Main Street, next~ door
to 0. Klettner's. Will -make new
harness and repair old. Twenty-five
years experience. Prices reasonable.
Give him your orders. Satisfaction
MONEY, TO LOAN
On farming lands. Easy payments.
No commissions charged. Borrower
pays actual cost of perfecting .1oan.
I nterest8 per cent.
I JOHN B. PALM ER & SON,
It. 3m (olnmbian t 0.
Shall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in tiho oh1vapt'st
maitrket in the conn.
buly in larg-o gnan11ti
-i pay wiash.
We therefore command the very
lowet prioes and vill giv. thioi to
We want to onll your tpecial atton.
tion to the fact that wo do not. soll
trash nor shoddy goods.
We pride oursolves in offering re
liulu guous in evory uliv, even ou
cheapest goods are of stindard qual
We proposo to load in point of
style twA quality and to meot all com
petition in pint of price.
are full of nice, new
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
Come to See Us.
The Latest Arrivals
A .C.Ja nes
50 pes Standard Shirting Prints, 4c.
50 pes Merrimack " " 4?,e.
10 pcs fancy Satin Rage, Grenadine
effect, at Sie,
10 peeCs Whito lfindi Linen, Sc.
10 . " 1 4c.
10 " " ''je
10 " " " 15c.
10 pc-s Fancy Black Dress Goods for
snits and( skirts at 25c to 75c a vd.
5 pcs 40-inch Silk Mull at 39c.
5 pcs Black Silk GrenIadlino at OOe
to,$1.00 a yard.
A large line of now Pants at from
. 5c. to $5.00 a pair.
20 casos of Men,'s, Women's and(
Children's Shoes5 at from ti0c. to
20 casos of Men's St raw I Int at 15e
to $1.00 -achm.
5 casHeN of Men's St iff mnd Hoft l'ur
Haits at $1.00 to $2.0(.
A now line of
Men's Neck wear,
New Susp '! er-r,
all at a littleJ hIi' than you
can buy therei atf any othjer
st1oro in Nowher'ry, Why'?
Becauso .JON 1* iCS s for 'eslh
and conlsequentliy en Wr
to soil f'or Iless.'
Como and( see ,ps oft4,
The People's Store,
Under Nowborry hotel,
Newborry, S. 0., May 17, 1898,
BEST MOSQUITO NET
To call in and E
of goods. I havc
and Oak. A full
and cheap Furn
very close for ca
Read what some noted
The wvateors of the ithria prings
ire odlorless, free fromn color, with a
)leasanftt salinoy taste, rather palnf
Lble WhUeni taken ini considerabile
inantity, they (1o not rnusent o, purge,
>r. produce any feeling of discomn.
ort. I find from thre anarlysHis of the
hvaters, they contain Chloride S3odium,
Jarb. Potas~h, Carb. Soda, Carb.
bitia, Ciar'h. Iron aind Sba)rte
Miagnesia. T1hese wa8ters net directly
hiponI th Inne lous coatinug of thl'e
ntor.mach andl( alimernary cnanl, they
ire prowerfully ailteraitivol anrd t onite.
Theylrev fio verythinig to inrln',,od or
rritat ed sunrfaces. Theoy na apoi
lihe blorid, ebaflrng it fr(jo neh t'a
rlkailn). Inr Inrdig'stion, Catarrhr of
Sitomarnch a1(1nd astrolgiar, supple.
menited ithlI a prToper dial1, t hey aire
I ce*rtjirn 'Uro. Thenn atri oenrponr I I
kidmneys is nrark.d. Thro bod iumn,
P'otash, bodan, Litia t, anre thre b est
i'>l vona( of u ric acid, tall ctalei i of inia
aid chanraict r, whrether limary or
r:yntmi, aire ni adily dhiM5(,ivvd. I tam
ronrfilrII.nt that theu p,roft.<-sion will tbiad
it very uscefui irn lenso wheIre tIhiq
rlr-u ofr watlIor is, a rrd,
1AA':':t o,, b. (s,, A pril 10, 1Mr
Robertson & Gilder
And S, B3
Quality and Price
All Grades (Chapr thani
Seind in yi
Par ticular A ttention
NO. 2 PJ~Auwr
bproved best canopy.
ot in use, by releasing
I, it of itself takes a poI
the head of bed both
I and ornamental.
rice, $2.75 each.
ALL AND SEE THEM I
vxamine my line
a nice and well
cf stricLly high
3uits in Walnut
line of medium
iture. Will sell
Mainl St reel, Now herry,' S. (.
A - TtR
VITERt ON TIIS MAI(ET!
physicians have to say
Ashovillo, N. 0., A pril 24, 1898.
An ext en-ded clinical use of the
[alrris Lithia WVater. prompts me to
bie statomont that I regard it as9 0on
f the host, if not the best, Lithiai
Waiter known to the profession. In
ho~ condition of Phosphatic Urine,
ts action is marvellous. Its use in
.hQ R.heumatic anid Gouty Diseases
ifford me more comfort L.han either
.he Buffalo or Londondoerry Waters.
Very truly yours,
Jon~ HTr WrLArMS, 111. D.
\dr. ,J. T.j Harrisu, Prop)rietor Harris
D ear Sir: WhIile it is contrary to
tny (custom to give testimonials to
'ooialJ aigoreies, I fool froo) to at
'at to ~~( ('ho ofcoy of the Harris
bii hia Water (when, nv.de in large
liartit ies) in t he Rhonmma,tic and
)onit.y D1i,,fheses; in (ongorged states
>f the K(idony in inflahmmation of
ho fBJtdde'r, hamd in all (*nRon1 where
heo is orn eel,, of 14olidsH in the
iiin, . Voors re Uspoott(ni ly,
(I o~, Iliowm, AI, I)
aind -W. E. Pelham.
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