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On Thursday evening from 8.80
to 12 o'clock, Misses Nina and Bessie
Carlisle entertained in honor of their
charming guests, Miss Katharine
Wiest, of Ashland, Ohio., and Miss
Lula Moseley, of Pro4perity.
The home was made beautiful with
decorations of graceful ferns and
stately palms, and pansies and pink
roses were to be seen in profusion.
The color scheme of pansy purple
and strawberry pink was carried out
in every detail.
Progressive flinch was the game of
the evening. The score cards were
dainty hand painted pansy cards,
tied with tiny purple pansy ribbon.
Upon each of those given the gentle.
men was written the name of a
vocation, and a young lady hold the
cards with the name of a lady
prompted by his vocation, was his
partner for the game. There were
five tables, and after progressing
some nine or ten times, the guests
were served with delightful refresh
ments. The color scheme was car
ried out in the ices.
The first prize, a handsome pic
Lure representing a moon-light scene,
was a,varded Miss Vinnie Mae Wil
son, and the consolation prize, i
lovely basket of pansies and ferns,
was won by Mr I. . Hunt.
Beautiful violin selections by Miss
Wiest were verr greatly enjoyed and
happily ended a most enjoyable eve
nimg.
Those present were:
Miss Katharine Wiest.
Miss Lula Mloseley.
Miss Vinnie Mfae Wilsont
Miss Cora Dominick.
Miss Alice Jones.
Miss Gert.rude Carlisle.
Miss Azile Pool.
Miss Bessie Simmons.
M iss Ethyl Bozer.
Miss Douschka Martin.
Miss Nannie McCaughrin.
Messrs. A. H. Booth, L. G. Esk
ridge, W. S. Laogford, Robert Mayes,
John Mayes, I. H Hunt, J. N. Mc
Caughrin, E P. Wideman, Dr. W. E.
Pelham, Jr., and Dr. W. F. Eber
hardt.
Miss Dells Land, and Messis.
I. H. Lnmd, Jr., and Senor Andon
egni, who are well known and very
popular in Newberry social circles,
were highly complimented by the
Augusta papers upon the occasion of
a recent concert in that city for thbe
First Baptist church.
"A pleasing innovation wvas the
brass quartette number rendered by
Messrs. It. H Land, Jr., (. Frank
Bohler, ,John Morris anid Louis Sayre.
While it was requested that there be
"no recalls,'' yet the popular musi
cians were forcedl to respond to aui
insistent encore.
"Alwvays a favorite with Augusta
audiences, Senior Andonegui but
added new laurels to his crownvu by
his flawless rend(itioni of "The Swan,"
by Saint Soeons.
"Too much praise can no)t be ac
corded Miss Doll,, L and, thes talented
accompanist, for her sympathetic
and pejrfect renderm rg of all t he ito
companimnents and to Miss Elizabeth
Landl aind1 Mary Acton for their ear
nest anid painst aking efforts in mank
ing the concert the gratifying success
it was. Seldom has a more enter
taining musical program been pre
sented, nor one more thoroughly en
joyed than the concert of Friday
evening."
**
Miss Lilliatn Smith on the occasion
of her eleventh birthday on Tuesday
afternoon very charmingly enter
tained a few young friends. The
home of Dr. T1. M. S nithi wits beau
tifully diecorlited with potted plants
and spring flowers. Dainty ref resh
ments weore served.
Those present were Misses Banna
Green, Lucy Wright, Alice Aull, Rie
becca Mahon, Pauline Perry, Lucy
Hill, Rebecca llarmon, B3essie Kibler,
Sarah Hlouseal, Verna Summer, Helen
Scholtz, Margaret Williamson, Eva
G*oggans, Lillian Smith, and Masters
James Burton, Clarence Kinard, Jor
dan Pool, Rtobert Houseal, Guy
Brown, Frank Davis, Alvin Wright,
William Green, K(iefer Wicker, WV. T1.
Tlarrant, Jr., WVallace Riser, Mahion
Smith.
*,*
The Convention of the Federation
of Women's Clubs of .South Carolina
will meet next year ini Newberry.
The invitation was extended tby the
Woman's Club andl the Bachelor
BERRY. \
accepted by the Convention which
came to a close in Columbia on Fri
day.
The Convention held in Columbia
was attended by several hundred
delegates, and was in many respects
a remarkable gathering. Probably
the most important step taken was
the movement sated looking towards
a reformatory for youthful criminals.
The State has already established such
a school in Lexington, but for some
reason it is not accomplishing the
purposes for which it was designed,
and realizing this fact, and seeing
in this direction a field for great use
fulness to the State, the Federation
decided to take action along this line.
Mrs. Robert D. Wright, of this
city, was re elected treasurer.
The other officers are as follows:
President, Mrs. Martha Orr Patter
son, of Greenville;.First Vice Presi
dent, Mrs. L. T. Nichols, of Chester;
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Julius M.
Visanska, of Charleston; Cortespond
ing Secretary, Mrs. Andrew Moore,
of Columbia; Auditor, Mrs. Frasier
James, of Darlington.
**
Mrs. A. P. Pifer entertained at
cards Friday afternoon, at her home
on College street. The house was
beautifully decorated with a variety
of roses. Soon after the guests were
s eated cafe frappe was served, and
then the game of whist was enjoyed
for some time During the game
bon boris and mints were passed,
after which the hostess served most
delicious refreshments.
The first prize, a lace collar, was
won by Mrs. Holnes; the consolation
lace tie ends, by Mrs. S. B. Jones.
Each guest was given as a souvenir
of the occasion, a box to represent a
deck of cards, filled with caprices.
The following guests were present:
Mrs. L. W. Floyd.
Mrs. Burr H. Johistone.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer.
Mrs. Jos. E. Norwood.
Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert..
Mrs. S. B. Jones.
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes.
Mrs. P. G. Ellesor.
Mrs. S. .1. McCanghrin.
Mrs. George Johnstono.
Miss Thyra Schumpert.
Miss Neville Pope.
Mrs. D. Fair Pifer.
**
Th'e Woman's Club held a busi
n-se meeting with Mrs. S B. Jones
on TPhnra-d ay afternoon. There were
preset the following miembelrs of the
Club:
Miss Mary Burt on.
Miss Cora Dominick.
Mrs. .J. D. Davenport.
Mrs. L. WN. Floyd.
Mr's. W. G. Houseal.
Miss Lucy McCangbrin.
Miss Nellie Chapman.
Mrs. J. T. Mayes.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer.
Miss Ola Wilson.
Miss Nancy Pool
Mrs. James M~cInto4h.
Mrs. 0. M. Johnson1, of Charleston,
wans also present.
Mrs. Dr. Jas. MeIntoshel read an
e.xcellent ly prepairedl paper on TIeni
nyson, and( Misses Lucy McCaugh
rin and Ola Wilson read entertain.
ingly from "'Dora"' aund "Enock
Ardlen."
Th'le netxt. zuoet ing'will1 be hefl
wit h MNro. WN. 1L. W allaee on Thurs.
(d 'y, the 7th oft May, at. wvhich time11
Mrs. George Johnistonie will read a
'paper on "lCngilih H istory in the
Idyll s of the Kong."
**
The Juvenile Flinch Club wvas very
chanrinigly entertained by MIiss Sara
Hfouseal on Satnorday afternoon. TIhe
b)eanti fuIli'home of D)r. Hiouseal on
Caldwell street was tastefully and
pirofuisely dlecorated( with1 spring
fI 'wora. Delight ful refrcshmnents
were served.
General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church in the U. S. A.
On account of the Genciral Assembly
of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S.
A., to be held at Los Angeles, Califor
ma, May 21st .June 23d, 1903, the
Southern railway will sell tickets at
greatly redluced r'ates to Los Angeles
and San F'rancisco, Cal. 'Tickets will
be sold1 May 2nd and May 11th to 17th,
1903, inclesive, wvith final return limit
.July 15, 1903. Stop-overs will be al
towed in Colorado andl all points wvest
thereof.
All information as to rates, schedules,
etc., cheerfully furnished on applica
tion to any agent of the Southern Rail
way, or R. W. Hunt,
Division Pas.se... Aget
WILIB JONES APPOINTED.
o Succeed Mr. Dukes on the Dispensary
Board-Nqt an Applicant for the
Place.
rhe State.
Governor Heyward has appointed
3en. Willie Jnes to succeed the late
A. F. H. Dukes on the board of di
rectors of the State dispensary. Gen.
Jones has accepted the appointment,
but will not stand for re-election at
the hands of the legislature at the
sxpiration of his term in January of
next year. He has served on the
board before, having been chairman
of the first board organized after the
management was transferred from
a board elected by the general assem
bly.
.The following statement was given
out from the Governor's office last
night:
"This appointment was made after
much careful consideration. There
wore many applicants for the position
and many well qualified to discharge
its duties. But, after most careful
considering the situation theGovornor
concluded to appoint Gen. Jones he.
cause of his previous long and effi
cient service as a member of the
board, his eminent fitness for the
position by reason of his long busi
ness training and the very high es
teem in which he is held by every
body in the State.
"Gen. Jones was not an applicant
for the position and has consented to
accept only to fill t he unexpired term
with the distinct understanding that
he will not consent to be a candidate
for re-election before the coming leg
islature."
The ap:pointment of Gon. Jones
will no doubt cause no little surprise,
but will probably meet with general
approval, for he is we.l known over
the State and is 'hairm1an of t he
I)emoeratic party organization. There
are now in Columbia a number of
delegations waiting to urge upon
the Governor t he claims of their re
spective cauidilates atal to them the
news of the appointment t. ay come
as a shock.
The people of South Carolina can
not appreciato how the Governor has
been besieged for the past three
daN s The I (,legraph companies
have reaped a harvest, the special de
livery letters have come by the
dozons and the long distance 'phones
have been kept busy. Having taken
time by the forelock the Governor no
doubt has avoided a lot of annoy
anice in the way of other appeals for
him to appoint this, that or the other
one to a place which seems to he
covtedo very much.
Elaborat e arranlgementms for the
reception of King Edwn rd upon the
cc~asion of his approaching visit to
France are being made.
Cheap Rates via Southern Railwvay,
On the dates named below, the South
eirn Railwvay will sell special round-tr-ip
tickets as follows.
To Nashville, Tenn., account of Gen..
eral Assembly, Cumberland Pr-esbyte
rian church. Rate of one fare p)lu.s
twenty-five cents foi- the round trip.
Tickets on sale May 19th, 20th and 21st,
with final lImit .June 1st, 1903.
To St. Louis, Mo., account of dledi
cation ceremonies, Louisiana Purchase
Exposition. Rate of one firsteclass fare
for- the round trip. Tickets on sale
April 29th,. 30th and May 1st, good to
leave St. Louis not later than May 4th,
1903, ireturning.
To Atlanta, Ga., account National
Convention, B. Y. P. U. of America.
One first-class fare plus twventy-five
cents for the roundl trip. Tickets on
sale .July 8th, 9th and 10th, with final
limit .July 15th, 1903.
To Richmond, Va.,. account of South
ern Educational Con ference, Rate of
one and one-third fares for- the round
trip. Tickets on sale April 20th and
21st, wvith final limit April 28th, 1903.
Solid vestibuled trains. Elegant
Pullman sleeping car service. Unex
celled dlining cair service. For full in
formation in regardc to sched(ules, tick
ets, etc., apply to any agent of the
Southern Rail way Company, or
R. W. Hunt,
Division P'assenger- A,vent,
Char-leston, S. C.
Newberry College Conm meicement Pro
Kr-ammc
June 71, 11t o'clock, baccalaureate ser
mon, by Rev. C. E. Weltner of Augusta,
Ga ; 8: 30, address to the studlents by
Rev. D). M. Ramsay, D). D)., of Cha
leston, S. C.
June 9, 3: 30, annual meeting of Board
of Trustees; 8; 30, .Junior contest for
medal in oratory.
.June 9, 1l o'clock, add(ress bef'ore the
Alumni Association. 8:30, addi-ess he
foire the Literary Societ.ies l;y Pr-esident,
[lenny L,. Smith, of D)avidson College,
>T. C.
JTune 10, 10 o'clock, annual commence
lient.
Y7OU CAN H AVE YOURi BLANK
- . ets washedl so the nap will come
>ack en themn like new andl put them
rtway s the moths wont eat them up
>y having them wvashed at The New-.
Judson Beck, who was to have been
hanged in Barnwell on Friday, was
granteil a respite of thirty days by
the Governor pending an investiga
tion of numerous petitions for olem
enoy.
5iEDFORO'
B LACK-DRAUGHT
FOR
CONSTIPATION
Constipation is nothing more
than a clogging of the bowels
and nothing leas than vital stag
nation or death if not relieved.
If every constipated sufferer
could realize that he is allowing
poisonous filth to remain in his
system, he would soon get relief.
Constipation invites all kind of
contagion. Headaches, bilious
ness, colds and many other ail
ments disappear when consti
pated bowels are relieved. Thed
ford's Black-Draught thoroughly
cleans out the bowels in an easy
and natural manner without the
purging of calomel or other vio
lent cathartics,.
Be sure that you get the origi
nal ''hiedford's Black-Draught,
made by The Chattanooga Medi
cine Co. Sold by all druggists in
25 cent and $1.00 packages.
Morgan, Ark. May 251, 1901.
I cannot recommend{heh ford's Black.
Draughttoo highly. Ikeop Itln my) house
all the timo and have used it for the last
ten years. I never gave myr chiidren
any other laxative. I think I could
never be able to work without it
on account of being troubled with
constipation. Your medicine Is
all that keeps me up.
Ifs Quoliy
That
Counts!!
In all the affairs
of life, it's quali
ty that counts.
The men at the head of the world's
greatest institutions today, the men
in charge of vast enterprises, the
men who lead in thought and action
are men of quality. The difference
between success anid failuire is imarked
by quality.
The quality of the work done by
THE NEWBERRY
STEAM LAUNDRY..
is what. mnikcs it a piotenti fattor in
the world of trade--makes it counit
in thle estimuatioii of those wvho iniit
upon having the b)est.
Test it as you will, you'll Iind our
work will please8 'S on.
We make a specialty of cleaning
and pressinig suits anid skirts. Dye
ing 1a11 kind of wearing apparel.
WVashinig p)d1low cases and teat hers
andl all without remioving ih fea h
Lace Curtains for next 30 daysa
laundered at 25i centa per5 window.
Goods called for and
delivered anywhere in
the city any day.
Let us know
your wants and
we will do the
rest.
L B. Aull,
LESSEE.
VIA- -
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAI LROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
TO THEI
WEST, NORTHWES;T
AND
CALI FORN IA.
COMMENCING FEBRUARY 15.
ENDING APRIL 30.
Free Chair Cars UnIon Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
For full information, paimphllets5,
r'ates andi tickets, address
FRED D. MILLER,
TIrav. Pass. Agent,
No. I Blrowni Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
cuacs
"LDYVSPEPSIA,
CONSTIPATION
INDIGESTION.
ROUSES TilE TORPID LIVER
SOLD SV ALL DRUGGISTS
WHY US
? ITHEI VI'G
SUPERIOR IN QUi
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a IK a' .;s
ARD i
Address SOUTF
SAVANNAH, GA. THE
SE AE
AIR - LINE
NORTH -- SOUTI
Two Daily Pullman \
Between SOUTH
FIRST-CLASS DII
The Best Rates and F
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Ste,
Nashville, Mem:
Louis, Chicago, \
Points South and Sou
and Jacksonville a
and Cuba.
POSITIVELY THE SH
NORTH A
no-For detailed informati
man reservations, etc., ap
board Air Line Railway,
Passenger Agent, Columl
C. B.WALWOR TI,
SAVAN]
THE SOUTHE~
The Creat Highway
IHROUGH THE~ 5
Excellent .Service Quick
Any T rtp is a Pleas
Travel via TIl1E. 5O'
*The Finest Dining-Ca
f or detailed informnation as to Tid
vations. addreas the nearest Age
WA . T UON,. C. H.wAy
~~ w.
WA RI~ TOU .C WNC
Florida
A asne serv
t Fo, rid o
-& 10 DAYS' TREATMENT FREE.
1 {Iavo made Dro y s d ts oom
oarsuWit~ ti e most wondeorful1
nqaoe. IIvo oured many thous
antt oases.
an oas H. OEH'0 00N0,
S Box r t Atlanta, a. 1
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TAlil.l IMT\I
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IASTRY
tL;N COTTON OIL CO.
CAROLINAS AND GEORGIA.
'OARD
-- RAILWAY.
I -- EAST -- WEST.
restibuled Limited Trains
and NEW YORK.
IING CAR SERVICE.
oute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
tmers. To Atlanta,
his, Louisville, St.
ew Orleans, and All
thwest--To Savannah
nd all points in Florida
ORTEST LINE BETWEEN
ND SOUTH.
on, rates, schedules, Pull
'ply to any agent of The Sea
or J. J. Puller,Trvln
>ia, S. C.raeln
Asst.Gteni. Pass. Agt
N.AH, GA.
RN RAILWAYj
raf TRADE and TRAVEL
OUTI1ERN STATES.
Time Convenient J.:hedults
.u,-e Trap to Shose. who
LIHERN RAILWAY.
r Service in the World.
kets. Rates and Sleeping-Car reser.
nt of TrUE SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
RDon, W . . AO.,
*TICGIT 11N%
en dli
IND SOU T H
ice~ unexceIledI for 1lux;,
with the latest Pulh.
rhioroughfaire Cars.
c, tlaps or any informa
J. CRAIG,
Generai Passenger Agent,
Wilmlngonn '
PLUE RIDGE RAILROA?; .
U. G. BEA% I,E ecoiver.
In E6do1t,June8.1902.
garr"t 11 .u' s P d t
-ARtRIVE. LB.VIC
4o. 9 No. 12 $tAtlons.
'. M. A. M. Izd
810 9 .... lion....... y.. 1 ?
2 48 9 88........anderson F. D ,
2 45 9 :0. ...... niorson P. T A.
....... 923.......WestAlnd-re)mOU. .
....... 9 09...............P onver.......
....... 902...........Autun ..... t in "
... . 8 bs ..........Pendleton ......
84 ......... rry..
844. ........ ......
8 28 .....Jo dant Junot ... "
-----.. 82 2>..............0 in eoa...........iro
-- - 1-3....... ..wVeBt Ution ........ ;
--- -.. 0 ........ al11al l ............
All regiall iains from litonto
hUive prt-''ttiee over trains of sm.
u ovint in1 the olpto(110 dilrotton un."*
urwise speetiued l)y trati ortder.
Will 1.NO 1to >at the following atItl
[atkte on antid et oil passengers: P1
Jae anid Santly S tarlgs.
J. It. AN111 1tz uIN, 8uperiutei. ..
Char1ston aId Wcsti'rn Carolina Rwv
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line
(obedule in tiroot luta'clh 1, 1903.)
(tReand Down.) (Reid U,
12.4(1 pin.........Lv Newberry......... Ar 8.10 pi .
1.50 pin . .. Ar Laurons............. Lv 9.02 p.'
2.07 pm. Lv Laurons.. . At 1.80 p1.
3.30 pm......... Ar Spartan burg..... Lv 12 01 pr.
3.4') pnt.........lv spartanburg..... Ar 10.26 6
5.32 p t.........Ar 8aluda............... Lv 8. 89n
t1.l1 pt,.........Ar Htendoronville Lv 8.0: -
1.15 p 11.......... r A sheville........... Lv 7.06
a2.46 ,ti ......v Newberry (C,N.&aL.) 8 10 pn
1.50 prm... Ar Laurena .................Ly 2.02 pm
1.55 pm ...... Iv laitur'ns.................Ar 1.45 pn
2. I p.....Ar Uroonwoord.............Lv 12.44 p
5.20 n.....Ar Augusta................ Lv 10.10 a
2 :{5 pin....... Augusta.........Ar l1.F
i.30 p a ...... A r lleaufort. ..............Lv 7. .
6.15 pm ......Ar Port toyat ...........Lv 7.
12 46 pmn .... Lv Newberry (0 N.a.&.)Ar 80
I 1:0 pin... . Ar Lauretas . ......... Lv 2..
2 l9 pm..... Lv 1a.ur u ..........A 1.3t 6
3.25 pin.....Ar Gronville. Lv 12.16
For Iurthr intforaantioa rolativ- to rat.
ctic.. (t"111 on, or anthlr1 4s
GEo. 'T ItY \ N, Gtan. Ag . (reenvilio,8' C.
ElNE '1' WI LLIAM1S, tie" . 1asr. Agt.
AUUsta, la.
T. ii. K ai 1 . n, Trafic Mau.per.
(Eaiitern Standard ' in o.)
Sout h bouna. Nortbbounl.
c8h01(iut dt in Effect August 26t1h 190t.
STATIU ' S.
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (H.A.L) Ar. 8 60 pm
10 5,0 nata A theats 6 19 pm
11 65 ann Elberton b 17 pm
12 b puin Abbeville 4 0J pan
1 22 pa Ureen wood 3 35 pm
2 'n.a Ar Cliaton ( Iin'r) Lv. 2 46 pm -
(O& w O.) 4
1U0 l h,v (4ller1n Springs Ar 4 (l; pmn
12 jr, pnm -pai Ianburr 3 80 pan
12 21 ,a1 tirent lle 3 26 pmi
(llarris S),riags)
1 12 1i r W!'torloo 2 35 pita
1 4..: 1 ^ r Laumens (in'r) 1, 2 17 pin ,
63 62
a, .. P, .
202tv !.aurenr Ar 1 50
211" Parks Ar 1 42
.1 2 Clintn on. 13"i
2 34 4o)dvill; 1 17
2 4 .. Kinard.. 1 10
240 Mary... 105
5 .Jalapa.. 100
'111 NuwIberr5 1246
P '4 1'osterity 1232
i '4 . .. li ha.... 12 23
a ,. 1.1 Mountati. 12 119
AM,
.6 l .. lt'h pln... 121,i:
.'7 iIilton 1202
I ll w hite ltock 11 69
4t7 itbalntine 1164
4 i7 ...... I rnmo..... 11 46
4 21 .. Leapbari.. 11 40
4 4i ArColunbla4LY 11 20
)11' ant
1 55 LvColnna bia (A .o.L.)Ar i 10
6 '20 utmtor 9 60
! 20 A r Charloston Lv 7_00.
'rain ,3 anti 02 arrivl aid depart I
new tnin ,iepot.
Tr.ains 22 + rIi fa ol A. C. L. froiglht dep.
We7."st : rervals str( et.
F'or Rateos. Ti rat 'ables, or ftartheor inforar
lion call ona auny Agent, or' write to
wV. U. Ci1J,LDS, 'T. M. EMERSION,
Prt'eshtenat. Traffle ManAer
1. F. IVINGHTON, if. M. EMERSBO,
sot. Agt. Uaen'3 F"rt.& Passag Aget
(Wuhin.l s. 1' WVilmingttn Ni (.
CU RSE
WJITE RIBBON REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given i
glass ol water, tea, or coff'ee withtou
patienit's knowkedge.
White Itabboni Remredly will cuire ot
dlestroy the dliseased appetite for ale,
holie stimulants, wh1ethera the patient
a ?ontfia'mled inebriate, a " tip ier,"' so.
eia l drinker~ or (drukard. Im>ossible'
for any'one t.o have an al >etitefor. atlc6
hol ic hiquor's a ftera using hi te Ribbon
Remedy
Indortse~ by Members of W. C. TI. U.
Ma's. .Iooret, pr'ess superintendent of
Ventura, C'ali fornia, writes: "'I have
testedl White Ribtboni Remedy on ver~y
obstinate drunlIkardsl, and the cures hav
bteeni mnany, lIn many cases the Remedy
wsgIven secretly. I cheerfully recoin
mend and! mdor'se White Ribbon Reme
(y. Mvemnber~s of our Union are de
lighatedl to find an economical treatmrent
to aid uas mi ourl temperance work.
D)ruggists or by mail, $1. Trial )ack
ag reb writing Mrs. A. M. own
sendl (or' yearts secretary of a Woman's
Chbrist ian 'l'emp)eranlce Union), 218 Tre
montt St., Boestona, Mass. Sold in New
herry~ by Gilder & Weeks.
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All the teClegfraphI, State andi general
ne(ws you cant readl.
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