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RE QATS AND.LA CORN.
An ,abundan. supply -of rust
rooft-shWnl&bW soWl.this fall
1o met the wnts oft farier
Iext spring Hon. T. B Jones, of
Geogg, Jtes as fdows but
There is perhaps o crop on
bettthauon oats. A few acres, at
least, may be soed 1is earr as
may be. deahd jii-udeatr"ndwell
fartil#zd with ansammoniated pot
Tew are severa.important ad
vantages in favor of oats as the
general stock grain of the South,
U e e. is adsi -
-toges may be briefy stated A
1. The soil and climatehavebeen
prov toadapted ti ,
ats .of oats,
bo . nat is
TheWchief 'Uboi of growing
~h erojsnede4 i sowing
bi&.inv(es Aitt"e more labor
than would be expended in the
basre preparatio24f eIadifT%
& Sown early in the fall, the
creo-. as ~rely ajaned by winter
freeses, and matures a certain Crop
before the spring &&ti e'i.
&20ta.. ar e heating andi a
- O nUslpd Ifood than
~cs nd' i effors' afitter ut6t
prig ad smme. o ota ees
roS Upe oo
deantages, areiaEnstc deide
he questio in eo ao$~t
crop for wprkig o
er cStock Journal
and= meerZc.-The zeethod whieb
bygcearn a ef ebn
- -. of weeds az44
this time, the word&t
Inthe garden, then,
useallowed [email protected]
maew and :rnbbh
be thangb*st heap. 'inay
aarfEnge the rotation
ofcrops tIgg ths. crop preceding
tg, widh is saect.t
dsprelations, iis onie
* be- removed early from
the ground. Afte removaltte
yP5LaSil ifJP d
bjier' W$n iti no.t
4 be ne a6elrin%%e
ound, tbe'~late p>lowng
them WB1 kled3py thefroets
and other trips 6f th wzter.
On the Tarmithe same mnethod. een
Hy pisa. afLIcfo
nuffl4 is, to lie rken up and
th fsn,;;he owig
I ub done in thiall if-young
mer islois (a moat esllent
.eaono - crog liable to-be
-eOle with eCatarrm, r
'eied that;.h ondbseny
lw;a elW~*~U.1 ed
estenE, M~ay that cTr cut
$irfaIfd7levsg are the~ secrets
2 himeces 3n &aling wiUi Cut.
wras-Paar. 3 E. Blaer. in
rbican 3gricuiturist for Ko
ace auatity of water suffi
cI (d us in a kettle to boii;
nai thu alumit will dissolve;
~hU-oilii hot, with a brush ap
~te olution to all cracks, clos
etsa bofstea and other places
where'.in~t are found. Ants,
bedbuys, cockroaches and eeping
or Injuring the property.
Pear frees will endure a goodly
qisa*ity o~ aslk an cinders at
their roots. Th.mqi'.ofthe
MEE LAWS UNCERTAINTY.
'The law is a sort of hocus pocus
cience,' mays an old play, 'and the
Aorious uncertainty of it is of
AQre use to the professors than
Auincident in the official Wfe of eft
ford- Cbauce lor Eldon illustrates a
the truthfulness of the dramatist's M
epmark. He once referred a-cer
-ain case to three -rte below in
accession, to decide what a par- iE
ticulai dOcamerit was.t1dttoni'E
of them agreed with either of the w
Ither two as to the legal name of C
the d:,n,i. The Court of W1
King's Bench decided it was a
lease in fee j the Common Ple's-Si
thatit wis a lease in tail; the Ex
cheqei, that it was 'a lease for a
yeas. 'When the document came =
baek to the iLd Ohancellor, he =E
dedidad that it was - no lease at '
An anecdote, which an Irish
Fudge used to tell with great glee, sL
illustrazes the law's uncertainty, V
by attorneys Of
an4 its certainty when a plain A
man decidea the case on its-merit.
A itomplained-to this JudEe
that -he was 4rainated,' and could
go,-no further with his case. 'Then
you -had better,' said his Honor,i
fev the case to be decided by
he sure I will,' answvred
the nan: qw-een noee
law thirteen years and can't get
da at all,at all. I'm willing to Vat
leave the ease to one Aonest man", m
or to-twoattorWys, whiehevdr your
}M n ibettei tois up for that
said"e Judges, laughing.
Two attorneys were appointed, .
however, and-in a year' time they i
Thi matter was then left -to an aim
Oanst farmer, and in a week-the .
paries came into court and sad
that the,plain, snprofessional.re4- j. x
eree bad settled the case to their
voterIare beginning to understand
pol'' a* I e if-not better, than
most white voters. One-of the cane
didates for an -office at the munici
pal electioni in: Austin not long D
siiiireliet(~oi the ~elity of anp
oldAn'i" eant to 'hj~im out.
among the colored voters. The
candidate- wsbeatene AfterAh
elecdou. he yas told that the col
oredi' pJfticfi friend liad vele en
agishlim. iHe did nelelievt ~
but mee.ting .him one day the ex
cad&N'id' ll ge syoa 'a
dollar, Jim, to. tell me whouyou
votsd for.~ 'I otdgingyoueboss.'
'Well, here is the dollar for your ri
candor.' 'Look heah, boss, if yer mon
am gwine-to pay for de candorl I
mought as well own up. I voted1 2
agin you free differentj_ imaa 4
Two dollars more if you please,1
It is said that the German wife
does not occupy the proud position a"d
of a woman. inder tlie samecr- AUS|
cumstances in America.- Here she Ei
is the pet of her hustan's riches C
or poverty, while there she at once r
becomes the man's servant. 'Do bros
you kove nie-retchen ?' said a burly -ra
Teuton. to the maiden of his choice,j2
'I do,' was the meek reply. - 'Andj t2
will you be my wife!t' 'I will, for
'Then my, darling, come here and cIUt
pull off my boot ;' and the proper a
relationship between husband and' 5
wife was at once established, and
'I can't smokei this cigar much
longer,' said Chowder, as he wor
ried with a stub. ''No,' said some
one present, 'and you can't smoke
it much shorter.' Chowder gave A
the imbecile one pitying glance,
and then bailed a street-ear and
went home with a sad heart. By
the way, when it comes to hailing
street-cars, isn't it dangerous to beA
out of doors? ?p
'I have been practicing medi- ad
ene for two years and haven't lost A*
but two patients,' said a youngL 2
doctor. 'How miany patierits have
you had in all !' .was asked. 'Letj2
me see. Three, I believe~ I know> Q
there was two, anyway.' "
'Have you got the rent ready at
last!' -'No, sir, mzother's gone out' ai
washing- and forgot to leave it-out P**
for you.' 'Did she tell you she'd:
forgotten ?' 2'Yes, sir.'
Hindoo girls are taught to think
of marriage as soon 'as they canW
talk. In this country they; don't pro
need any teaching.e
Wazist of care does us more dam
age than want of knowledge.
Hope is adelusion-; no hand can
prssp a wave ore abadow.- c
SDISOR DER(ED \LIVEI
1S THE BAPE
_mpe n w eatio It is for I
!3DACL K:=0VSwMSS !V
SIA, CONSTIPATION, pILES, Se., t
T' ILLS hAv gained a world-w:
itation. No Bemedy has ever be
overed thaa acts so t on I
As a XMIZUIS
Tonr 332608 Is~e.ta 33-F
Dve and the o obus,
M12Ma a=acL 3Pevpez
glanWIM n In a MalarWi distl*Lt.
cWd yews I could not nugoe Ualf& cmp
on fbmu d1wess Almd cbMal. I -
g dIooqrV9,dwhen I began Ohe umm
8 PVA& .The result was warvelo
a tor hn booM art and rob
have.had no further trouble.
se time baseM eeret satamDI, WI
ITPS HAIR DY!
L MAz or WwxEzs changed to a GO
x by a le application o this DY3.
xts a naturaM olor. and acts tintaDtaneou
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oe, 85 Murray Street, New Yo!
r. 2V2Wg MANUAL of TatuaM
qformstionaS aefusi Ree"Pti
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4= Inventlons and you w--A
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I~people are alwas on the'
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We ofiar a great chance tomac
rant maymen, women, boys
ork for usrihin their own1 V es
one can do tework proper1 fro;
start. Thebusinesswillpa moz
times ordinry wages.
hrnlshed free.No ne e
to make money rapidl7-oy. s
your whole time to. work or
spae moments. Full
-Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
CotXxmA. 8. C., Nov. 4th.1882.
On andafter Mo,, _.1852, the
. PASSENGEET Sm Frkais herewith in
dicated upoo this roatand.itstnehes.
.Daily, except SUndays..
No. 52. UP PASSENGEE.
he Leave CIumbia,A - - a 11.42 a m
t1A " Alston, - - - - 12.51 p u
gN " NTewberry. - - - I1.5 m
". Ninety-siix,c-'. -&-839 P m
" H es, - - - 4.2p m
"d_ Betn, -6 .57 p In
en Arrive Greenville, - - 7. - - 7.0p m
FW_ No. 5. DOWN PASSENGER.
as- Leive Greenville, IL- - 11.16 a In
" Belton, - - 28p m
Hodges, - 217 p
-M"etin-Six, -aZ -82 p m
-M " New,-r-- 40 p m
" Alston - - 5.5 p m
Arrive ColumbiaF - - 7.00 p In
SPARTANBVcG, UNION a COLUX3IA RAILROAD.
rap, No-2 UP PASSENGER.
V" IAVe Alston, - .8pm
of "4 Strother, - - - - 1.48 p m
us: " Shelton, - 2.10 p m
" Santuc,- ---- 254pm
" Union, - - --. .27 p m
" Jonesville, - 4.02 p m
Arrive Spartanburg. - b.02 p m
No-58.- DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartaubur;, R.& D. Depot, 1 1.35 p m
Sprtanburg, S. U. &C. Depot,G 1.42 p m
" Jonesila, . - - 247 p m
X. " Union. - 3.2S p m
Santdc, - - 4.02 p m
B " Shelton, - - 48 p m
U " Strother, - - 5.11 p m
.g Arrive at4lston. 5.53 p n
gy LAUZZNs RAILWAY.
U LeaveNewberry,. - - - - 4.58 p m
sy. Arrive at LArens C. H., - - 8.15 y m
Leave Laurens C.IL, . - - - 9.- 0 a m
Arrive at Newbrry, - - a 128,pim
' Leave Hodges, ..i - - '4 &5 p
Arrive at Abbeville, - - 5.3pm
LeaveAbbeyille. - - - - io p m
Arrive at Hdges, - - - 2.11 p m
BLUR RIDG. RAILROAD AND ANDZRSON
Leave Belton at. 557 p m
Anderson 6.8 p w
"don -.28 p m
a Leave Seeca.C, 8.08 p m
t. Arrive atWalhalla 8.85 p m
ON, Leave *Ilait, - - 10.06 a a
Ury Leave Sinea D, 10.86 a m
Z " fbualeon, - - 11.18 a in
"sd I Anderson, - IY.11.06 p.m
ble. ':1 1, CON2ECiXM9S.
for A. With 901Carohin JWlroad from Char
With Wilmin, Columbia and Au;ast
doints North thaleot t l
Wit Chrtte h. u and -Augusta
ee, Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Ati&. R
C. With A : ? E.DrE. from all
points South and West.
ud.- D. With A.& C. Div., R. & D. I. R., from At.
lauta and beyond.
r. With A. & C. Div., E. & D. E. R., from all
points South and West.
fF. W& -. ta..C4arljF
een WithWil ' lia and Aujuata
2abe ilroad or lIma and the North.
the With Charloate, Colum ia and Augusta
S Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G.. With Asheville & artanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. E. R., from
Charlotte and beyond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is diteen minutes faster than Columbia.
J. W. FRY. Superintendent.
- X. SLAUGaTxR, General Passenger Agent.
RT- D. O&anwaR., Ass't General Pasenger Agt.,
Coinba, S. C.
South Carolina 'Railway Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after r:l 30th, 1882, Passenger I
Trains on this rowill run as follows un
til farther notice:
GoING EAST, DAILY.)
Leave Columbia at - 6.25 P. M.
Arrive Camden at - 9.38 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - 11.00 P. M.
GOING WEST, DAILY.)
Leesve Charleston at - -- - - 7.00 A. M.1
Leave Camden at - ---8.00 A. M.I
-Arrive Columlbaat - - - 11.26 ..M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
~~.Le&ToCiolumbia at ---9.30 P. M.
Arrie Agusa at- -- - A. M.
AIiveCharleston at - - - 8.20 A. M.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at - - - .1 P.M
~e Augsaat ----4.45P. M.
.up -rivCoubia at -- - 5.10 A. M.
mg All trains run daily except trains on Cam-.
den Branch, which are daily except Sun
S p1 Cars are attached to Nightb
EXs ress -rtsonly $1.50-between
umba and Charleston. On Saturdays
and Sundays, round trip tickets are sold to
andfrom all Stations at one first class tare
or for the round trip, good till Monday noon
I toveturn. Excursions tickets good for ten
days are regularly on sale at six cents per
miefor round trip to- and ?rom all stations.
-umnbia and Greenville Rairoad by train ar
riving at 11.28 A. N.. and departing at 5.58
P. ii. Connection made at C. C. & A. Junc
tion with Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
nyRailroad by traiu arriving at Columbia at
'~1l.28 A. M.and departing at 5.55 P. Mi.to and
from all points on both Roads, with through
Pullnaan Sleeper between Charleston and
-Washington, via Virginia Midland route.
-without change. Connection made at Char
Ieston with Steamers for New York on Wed.
IS, nesdays and Saturdays; also, with Savan
nah and Charleston - ads to all points .
are Connections are made at Augusta with
ost Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad toq
la and from all pits South and West. N
eg, Throug tickets can be purchased to all
bypoints Soth and West, bapligto
~. A. B. DESAUSSURE, Agn,Clmia.
ial. D. C. ALL,. P.& T. A,
en- Join' B. PE. General Manager.
. Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta E. L.
L OFFICE GEsNERAL P~AsaENGER AGENT,
, ScheduIl neffectS temnber 3.1883:
Arrive at Columbia, B. .........1 i
t. Leave Columbia. B.............it .5t a in
Arrive at Charlotte, C.......... -1 p
Leave Charlotte.................. 5.w p in
'ith Arrive at Stateaville............fl :.05 p n
Be- No. 47 DAILY--MAIL AND Exr. )IEiSS.
'i- Leave Augusta, A................ 6.00 p m
the Arrive at Columnbia. D. . i........ ...05p m
No.19 LOCAL FREIGHT, daily e'...eptSu&ndays
rith (W ith Passenger Conch h~.cert.)
as a Leave Columbia...... .. ....5 am
.Arrive at Charlotte.. ...~.-...... 3.15S p mn
m8, No. 52 DAU,IMMAILgt AND ExP REEsS
the Leave Statosville.... ......... . a in
Arrive at Charlotte. ./?.............. 65a m
its L~eave Charlotte. C. .g........... .pm
As.Arrive at Columbia , B........... 6.30 p m
Leave Columbia, 140...........Z3 p in
Arrive at Augusta - ,.A.............10.50 p in
a. No. 48 DAiL ~--M II.ANt ExPEEss.
~,to Leave Columnbir'',D.........6 15a m
:f. Arrive at Augo -sta. A...........16.22 a i
__NO.18 LOCAL E. -EIGar, daily exceptsendays
* (With l.snmer Coach aei=eed.)
Le ae te.................5. a m
Arrve t lmbi..............3.32 p m
A--With, 'an lines to and from Savannah,
Florida a 'd the South and AU.lnta. Macon
and the S4.athwest.
B-it South Carolina Railroad to and
C-Wi) Eiichmond and Danv-ille Railroad
to and sfonall pints North and Carolina
rCentr .1 Ralod
, or -onneet: with the W. C. & A. E- B- tor
ise, Wli onand all points on the Atlantic
far C lepig ar on Trains Nios. 8
, 3 3 between Auu~ and Wsi~n
D- lot'esvile. Also, on Tris53 and 53 be
ad- - ubes4 and 48 run solid between Au
his 4st and Florence and aryPnllan
ten- eeer betwaeen Augusta and Wmington
ved . d etenAgtaand Wilmington.
)ns, * . Aboedl Waschington time.
asI; iG.E. TaLCoT.Soeitnet.
-~INSLAL-GErma, General en Agt.
,B o0 D. C.ARDWELL. Ass,'t General ene
aAgent, Colnmbia, S. C.
-0 Ashevile End spaanr laanPea.
seA3TNECa. S. C.. September]., 1ssi
to On and after Thursday. September 1. 18s1.
L3Cr passnger trains will be rundaily (Sudy
e exepted been Spartanburg and Hn
.LIaveR. D-epotalpbrg4.20 p m
-yArrive at Hen-------....7.30 p in
Leave Hendersonvie....... S.30 aim
iook- ArriveR. &D.D flSsubz.12.00 m
their Both tra.ins maeconnections for Column
come bla and Cha:rles:en via Spraiw.Union
)t im- and Columhia and Atlann and rotby
over- Afr Ltne. JAIWR AN'DEON,
nt W. H. WAu.ACE,
A LARGE THREE STO]
Dnly Hotel with Electi
Only Hotel with
'ENTRAL OFFICE OF TI
. MRS. EMMA
This commodious and spacious Hotel is
The Furniture of every deicription is Ne
ersons patronizing the establishmero nt born
The R*nis in tbi.4 Hotel are i-pacious, w
lotel in tbe u~p country.
One ot he Beat SiMple Room. in the Su
All bcor-es ntru ted ;nour cirt- will be
The Tabe-.hall 'bW eIrnihd wi-h -he ve
b.l . I]
I take pleas,ure i. inforning my '-i -nda
based the aarg"st af.wk of
FALL AND WIN
'or Wer. Y-nth-]. Lz>-i Bnp, : is -- --- e
1EEV- '&LK DOW, b.LiLViLGN S
Fine. Iie of
%IENTS' FURNISING 60(
ul .iLL T1E L4
.en's 3uits and Overe
Youths' Suits a
'- Call and examine my sto,-k when .
W' All orders addressed to Box s4 will
Ippos3te Grand Central,
Dry Goods at
b enever you visit our C
ust call at that store so ne
ou'll find it will pay you t
[. Main St., it is, Number
Lseful, fresh and attractive
W,stylish and lasting, an
[oOd bargains in Dry Good
ogive us a trial asks W. J
)RY GOODS AN
.Tuly 27, 21-tt.
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CULBIIEATHE & MERCHIANT,
Attorneys - at - Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
gg Will practaice in the State an i Fed
e.-ai Oour-.s. Aug. 10, 22-6a.
Growing Sugar Cane and ini need of
CASE MILLS AND) EVAPORATORS,
: dis to their interest to call on me
ho:-e making purchases, as I am agent for
o:: - of the cheapest and best Factories it
S. P. BOOZER.
Juiy 19. 29-45.
NEW YOR HiOPPIM1.
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and beainstiful nseecc made by Mrs. La
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asseess New Fan1 ciredar juss eed
Send fo it.
AddreN s XE!L R LTRTJAA.
-Wrr Baaya New Taek.
ZY BRICK BUILDING.
ic Bells in Newber
?Y, S. C.
jow open and fully prepared to enterta
w, and no effort will be spared to mak
-ll ligbed, and the best ventilated of
well cared for at Christiau &Smith's St
'0 PER DAY.
ry hest. Nov. 2, 44
Lid the public generally, that I have
ER CLOTHING !
n in tho Cit, and thp GOODS H.
qALL PROFITA AND QU14K SASA
IDS AND NECK WEJ
i' Suits and Overcoa
receive prompt attention.
- COLUMBIA, S.
,t and so pretty,
o enter it too,
the goods that we keep,
d everything cheap,
s on our counters are flun
I.A, S. C.
r FRiUIT DYRYTER.
.,inard's T. 0., S.
Undershirts and Dra1
Wil~ Cure Rheumnatis
L A?NGLY ROQ
164 King 54. - Charlestoin,
AT Y EAON.gLE BRK1
A Schnot Isvr $. ojtsI
ladiesa aho wilt teach Ei.lish
Latin. M-'e-c Piano, O)rgan .d
Kindergarter Svpar.em, O
For further infoonation, 'a
se. s s t
LADOW DISC PUL
TBOXAS SMOOTHING .THO
THE AMERICAN BARBED FEYCB
Genuine Farmners' F.
STEEL BULL TONGUES. SCOOT
BOLTS. GRASS RODS. SINGLET
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, CAL
ISTT and BLAC
a all -A FrIE AS
. al ZZl ENGLISH, AMER
MUZZLE AND BRE]
bles KEMP'S MANURE AND (
f... oftu .
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331m thbMm i WW
pur- etbwn it w"n
INm All kind c =s"::A=W fwwmn.a
a t mART& O .o
V..y tm a~.d M 1.1y LaW. ==o t a i
quay etwwammow e ipvnmw -&r
SPRYADRE WIE D=l
A HART & CO.;,'.
For COUGHSv-COLDS, SORE THR4
KONIA,V SUMPTO, DLi
inlZa - lea v=
.buttmasnever b '* advant
systema# tertnconhehleve Q
0 A-'UJT1 FW DnLPlf fO
pemits it to be 8o by = G r
- WITHOUT SP2C
The TOLU, ROCK AND RYE 0,l1
F. W.~WinNER & C., Whol
WATIEs AN JEWELRY
At thelgew Store on Hotel Let.
I have-now on hand a large and elegant
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silver and Plated Ware,
VIOIN NDGUiTAR STRINGOS,
( 1 DFCACE AND SPECTA&CLE CASE,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRSENTS.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watehmaking and Rtega lag
Done Cheaply end with Dspt~
Call and examine my stock and pr: s.
Nov. 21~ 4-tE~
- 53d YEAR.~
VI:.r. Cc NTus
ACSEKtETE NOY!!. ! ERiY ISSUE.
Mits r.na rich aray ofFsh=
SubcriptiC.nS wm1 be eeve tthsOf
in Clubsb withinPaer
The NEWBEERT HERLand ODET'SLA
BOOK fo? or.e Yer8t ?%
oo!Premzrin t Chi. INum~:
. ONE copy one rear.......--..$ 2
TWO copies and I e:ravsing to club
THE coies aid2enEE itgedb
FoUR oi~es~ads efiDS toa cisi
Fo uchbfof IE. Wt* renxnc
we wisl give one free copy of the La
d"s Boo'k for o.ne year. asn4 ant-c off
. theegingri thea? en r -ra
For cnb ofT TE,with aremittance of Is
.-we wml give one eo yfhLady's
oo One ys,and
For a edab of FIFTEK with a remi5
es oto... .enavi....a
iaeOne .OY0 h a'
*! Fo ebofTET,it a zei%,?
tanceoL.-...- ...... ------------3
wewiflgive one copy of the- Ladys
Book for one ,er the entire 28 en
S C., a2ister heTwenty Envav- fromWh
yon my make your own eecin
- wdn opy oLdy's Book sent ?a
if o.ee n aar ny
Adiee X cmenesi,a
- Sts an
Kov.6,4-tf 71H-- E PRIA
WAS PULVERZI.WG HARROW,,
liend and Av ry
EBS. TWIST9,MS. SHOYELE&
REES. TIY W-ARE WOOff 3.2
PENTERT, COOPERSf. MACHR-I.
RCH LOADING GU
OTTON SEED S
hq .uz. 1U -4 - iier
aUl 0.Wr~wE PSL WI vJ r
Halc -say -.
LMCG T A1W RADAU
BE4$ staes,a a!
vaied bot~s Pho $0. '
,Ldy dealers wofyt l f3cii
TOLU, ROCK N bc~
ate Die Pietary Staph
Leal As 1'w S~'
an i younwlf:adga.
Sor fora ailiwe tibe r n0.
kr: . medis i
and au o&rrg3~t
F0Fres. puN m any eissaiy
50 e~Rs by unfi, 10 cet. aadby
Adres,Xuna & p-.1.. o
Otained. and all biZneass in the U. Sa.
entz ')iBe. ttended to for Nommare E.
tee.and weeaobtain psatnsinena
50 tan tho<e remnote frain Weszyrwer.
Send MorDaO: DL'tw'zG. We as
to patetabiBr~ free et
egWe reter.~bess, to th
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