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LOCAL ITEMS.
SATURDA, DECVEMBEIC 14, 1878.
RAILHOAD SciinDUi..-The follow
Ing is the present schedule of arrivals,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta ltailroad:
DAY PASSENUER--GOING NoICTi.
Columbia - - 1.45 1. 51.
Blythewood - - 2.41 "
Ridgeway - - 3.03 "
Winnsboro - - 3.35
Woodward's - - 4.10 "
Blackstock - - 4.15 "
Chester - - 4.46 "
DAY PASSENGER-GOING SoUTIr.
Chester - - 12.47 P. M.
Blackstock - - 1.16 "
Woodward's - - 1.21 "
Winusboro - - 1.56 "
Ridgeway - - 2.26 "
Blythewood - - 2.44 "
Columbia - - 3.25 "
Roliatous Sorvlcos.
Associate Reformed Cliurch-Rev. J.
M. Todd, 11, A. M., and 7, r. M.
Episcopal Church-Rtev. J. Obear,
services every Sunday except the 2nd
Sunday of the month; at 11 A. 1.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. H. B.
Pratt, I A. m1. and 3:30 ,. it. Sun
day School 9 A. M. Prayer nceting
Wednesday 4: 30 r. ,.
ew Advertimetir.
Mortgage Sale-Win. Hill.
Sheriff's Sale-S. W. inir.
Clerk's Sale--W. II. Kerr.
Sale by Judge of Probate-O. R.
Thompson.
Assigne's Sale-Jijo. S. Tiynolds.
Beer and Ale-W. H. Donly.
Governor Hampton is reported as
doing as well as can be expected, and
his friends as much enco uraged.
Try it. It will cute you. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. All )ruggists keep it.
Price 25 cents. *
Mr. W. H. Donly has just receivvd a
lot of choice malt liquors-beer, ile,
etc.-which he recomnmnends as of
espeMially fine quality. Persons in
want of somethintg good will do well
to give ldm a call.
Tur FAREWELL b1EErTIN---The
Farewell Mleeting in the Associate Re
formed Church on Wednesday night,
in connection with the contemplated
departure of 11ev. Neill E. Pressly,
missionary to Mexico, were well at
tended. -The . dervices were con
ducted by Rev. J. M. Todd, the pustor,
andinteresting addresses Nre deliver
ed by the missionary, iand by Revs.
Jiunes Boyce, D. D., M. j3. Pratt and
Rov. Pressly the faiher .of The mis
sionary. The eXer4ises~were throngh
out solemn and impressive.
GORDON LIGHT INFANTRY IOP.--The
Gordp,jg;gn$antary pr:Qooe on Tues
day'day evening next to tender to Capt.
W.. G. Jordan and Sergt. J'.1. Bieaty
.a c.ompimontary hop, these gentle
meif having quite recently rel inqu ish.
ed single blessedness for' wedded bliss.
The hop will bo a full dress military af
fair, and it is expecd th'at all nili..
tary offioials, as well as members of
military comp)anies, will appear' in full
uniform. We are requested to state
thatthe pricoof admnissin for civilians
will be one dollar, and that tickets can
be procured from any member of the
committee of arr.angements. Those
having the hop In charge hope to maee
the occasion memorable in. the history
of the town, and will spare no efforts,
to afford to those who attend .abund
ant pleasure arid.enjoyment.
T HE MET HODIST COKFERtENCE.
(PROM OUR OWN COnI1NEPDNT.]
NEwvBERRY, S. C., December 12.
TIhe ninety-third session of' the South
Carolina Conference of the Methodjiat
Episcopal Church, South, convened at
Newberry, Decemnber 11, 1878. Bishop
Pierce, who was expected to preside,
being absent on account of sevcre
Illness, Bishop Wlghtmnan is in the
chair, :I.wi.gve'soui- points relat
ing to the~fiit' a'nd second days of the
session:
Aftei organizing, the Conference
proceeded to the examnination of minis
,teral character, under' the question,
-"Arc alt the preachers blameless in
their life and official administration ?"
This feature is peculiar to the Metho
dist Church In its various branches,
and every clergyman, from the bishop
down to the -yeungest mnliister, un
dergoes, before the proper body, this
examination of character. In this
work the Conference is now employ
ed. Of.~Its progress and cloao I will
write again. . .
Let me mention something outside
of the current of business. Rev.
Samuel Leard preached thme annual
.sermon before the Historical Society,
tracing the history of this Conference
and some of the father's, from the
organization in 1792 to 1800. In this
-a most . neen.dsgs--hi
that this Conference was organized in
1792, with ten ministers,,aind it nmow
smmbera twoieas mmm,.
South Carolila alono, of about forty
two thousand.
Tho anlnutal semn.eorQh
'1'1t) 13l111o .110ri 11 betom.IL till!
unlder-grailuates of .the Conferenvice
Vas prepacued last night by lRev. 11.
31. Mood. It, was a linle vilor, reph'e4e
with just such 1e111 1it 1as was- N%jSadaptetd
to the important subject.
'..'here is greatsympathy maniested
for our Chief' -IN11gistrat, ad(t
Ilailptonl, an(I a 11r01 of'.pvciatl pray
er has beci set aparlt inl his b1ehl alni
also for tihe recovery of Bishop 'ierce.
More at another iiinie. I write no)w
inl hauste. A M i.y nE.:.
ASSIG;NE E'S ~SA L E.
In the District Court of the United
States for tho District, of South Caro
hina.
Ex parte Jilt). S. lleynolds, Assignee,
in re Williamli D. Aikvin, lankrupt.
-Pelliion fr Saile q'Landl, le.
BY VIRlTUE of anll Order of the
loionrablo (e'oe S. &rvan, Judge of
Said Court, Made inl thie above eintitled
petititionl, the undersigned, Assignee
of Williain ). Ai'ken, Ikitkilup[,
will expose to public ale, belfore the
Court louse (tool, in Winnsboro, in
the Slate of Sotht1 ('arolinlia, on the
first, Monday in January, A. I). l879,
ilininediately af ter the County vsheriUf S
Sales, Lt public oicry, to fl'ic higIt
bidder, the [ollowiIg-described IinO-.,
cty belolning to the estale A, the sa"d
Willim 7. A i;e,(!Ij, u ,t i
All 1hat piec f eel t T tl fra irt ot*
land, lying, b)e ing' and situme aboli
tw() 'iNes ca,;4 of, ihe towil of Wiulls..
boro, oil the Waters of* tteren Creek,
walors of, Waeree River, inl tOhe (Coulli N.
of Fairlield and Siae o Soumh (aroi
nal, ColaHinIin I -:IXIM V.N li C- 1).: AN,
8 xTY ACRES, More Or less, ail b-uided
1>y lands belowgiing (o Ie..r L. Eliiot
lury A Gaillard, lanlis bt-oiighive 1
the Estate of Jaiiies 1. Aiken, D)v
ceased, lands of ,Judge Win. 1.. ?ob
ertson an(d land beonging to the Es
tate (if Junes Joilinston, )eceased.
A 1. o,0
All that certain other piee, parcel or.
trac' of'land, lying, ioeig aid siiuatc
in the Couat-y of Fairliih, ini the S.at
of South Car-oluam, abomi i wo and one31
hal m111i Su!i-eas of the saii town
of WVinnsboro, oil bolh sidlos of tho
pu 1 r.ad leadii;g fioin Ohe said towi
inl sad '3iiw , c ,i1ai iiai i .I\ iI N1,3: .)1
AN1) NIN m,Y-1.\ . Ma- 1:1, in We orl I .;
boutA.ed bY h:aiid oI1 Dr. tR. A.. Il
chl:ml, law.ds :0 ilh bel'oiginu, to)
the E1tat1e of* r,andrs ord, Ilceased.
oi-hier lands bel:jrging to tihe said
Wilhiai ). AikenI, Halkikrupt, and'i
laids of Ifenry A. Gailard; and hav
ing such shapes, inar,ks, hutist and
bouiid;ries as aro repivsliued oil at
plat of re-IIrvey thel eof MIade by 11.
11. Robertson, D. S., oi the :e7th d'ay of
Si.pteiiber, A. 1). -'iS-wiich j>lat
wit be exAbs e,1 at th, salR
A 1SO,
All that certainl otherl piece, parel1 or
tract of land, fyig, binand 11iuate
ill the Count.y of Fair.i,-I [ i i[ho .
of South Carolina Itiore"aid, containl
ilg l IITY ACuI-i, iore or less, aid
bounded by :inds of Iteury A. Gail
11ard(, by the p3ublic road hladinig f'rom
the towni of' Winn3sbor'o to3 the town of
Camduen, in said State, and3( by otheri
hlnds of'the said1. Wilim D. 'Aikeni
BIankr'upt, and3( haiv ings such shapes,
marks, butts 11nd( boundaries a8 aIre
r'epriesenited 0on a 1)1a1 of r'e-sur'vev
made(1 by IB, IJ. /I)oertsoni. D. 5., 0'3
thu 27th dlay , Sep)temfber, A, I). 1876
-the same bein th' le tract of' land nIY
signled1 and set oil to thic said WIillim
D, Aiken, BankrlkupI, as5 a hiomestead.
ALso,
TheO follow ig. mnitioned0( personl
properIiv, to wit: Ifive 1head( of male';.
The ab1ove-desceribed real an di pers1'on
al pr'opertyv is to be sold1 flee froiti antl(
discharged of' 3111 0neum1braniec there
on.
TERMS oF' SALE:
1F)1 theo real estate-One3-t'ihId of he
>)urchase-muoney to be paid1t ini cas'h, thei
,balance iln two ('<111al succes0iv.e annual3:
inistlmeInts, with initere'st fram13 dayI of
sale, at thec rate of' seven3 per3 enit ier
.annumit, paya ble anuauilly it0 h 1)pur
0131s801 to give for the tuipalid bhuiice ai
bond secure'd by a1 miortg'age of' the
premliseS sold1 an'id to pa1y Assignee f'or
JNC). S.. IEYNOLDS,
Assignee of' W. D. Aiken, Bukrpt.
dec 14-ltawtd
SH EfRIFF'S SA LE.
STATEOF ~SOUTH OARVJLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIaFIELD.
In the Cormmon PIua.
Geor'go WV. Wiliamns & Co. (*ydaiJst M'laal
I'. M ob.loy.
I N puanaineo of an order of Court
made(1 in1 thenbhov stated cnse, 1 will
offoe' for saleo before the court-house
(door in Winnsboro, en then first Mondaly
in Januiary next, withlin the le.gaf hours
of sale, to the highest bidder, atL 'mbhaI3
ouitcry, the folio wiug-do.soribr pJ:IropierIy,
to wit:
All that planit.tion, lying~ ini Fairfield
county and IStato uiforeSali.l, on wa3tetrs4 of
WVatoree Creek oontainisjg NINP. JIUN DiED
AND FIFTY ACREs, floroW 01- less, and1(
bounded by lan,i of .Ja.nes8 *J,n, .Jamesi
Donglass, E. P. Mo~b ey, WV i. Wool
ward and-others.
TEnMS OF SAI.E:
Ono-third of the purchaemoney to be
paid in cashb: for tihe balance a oroelit of
One anRd two year's, in1 equal: atnnui41 in
stahnients(, with interent irohi hlay oh ant.
the puir&3n.ser .0 giv hil' hb miid "onredi~
byV 31 mnOrtw'gu it) tilo proiiienC, arid to pay13
for all'necessary' paperis.
Sheriff's Oflice, , . F, V.
)Vnnsboro, 8. 0.,
Deeniber 18, 1878.
doo 14-x1t3
51Y . BEAT.'S "Ameri.a" I ente
dies R et$paks y.'.
MORT01AGE SALE.
I i. Y irt . of for-clou" 1 -)re clw:i4o inl a
. ) 4> . : e24!~I'IxvelteA' l o .1. \V . G r a b
1'y L . V Inl v, b ",;tt ao. \1.rh e'
i'j7, I wi l b l 4wforo the emu4--l.osqe
door att \Vislboro, S. C., onl il2
d 4:t1-y, l''J, within ite loig' l hlollI,.S 4f1"
All that tiveo, parel -itd tract. of lnd,
Miituate, lying anld bvil;g onl watersm of
L it !e )iver in thll ount.y of Fairifold,
oite (df Souith C'arolina, bounclh'l )y
lan is of A rmitrong, A10 Meeki, O'Neale,
l11isby 11. I others -- ben14g at Iat of the
land-s o1\ lo w;tat I of Dr. T!I-:las Par
I eve:0 11. 1co aillill.g TlIu.i : Jl(Tx
PR A. ND F'Y AChWAn, '' O' or &l, auLd
know-n asth"e "Kimmaid P!aw"."
Te4rmns -CASIj. Ittrtia1or to paly for
WNI. II11LL,
den 1-1 1r-v:hyAssi..n o
Cl2RCS SALIE.
'STATE OF SOUTE CARMLINA,
COUNrY OF FmA1tmEL).
r' pire .1fo:wph W. MoCroight, John S.
I N 111cn11:0nc(e of it P.,-I ition ina.lr. ill (1h3
. 41:al v- t-t,!I cva-w, I will o41-rv 1or "ale,
bew'O ro t hem ior-h ' 41d floor in ". iinl.1)o,
o4 1 1irst lAllni in janlm r t ' i ext,
within thI. [(l:";d hourl" Of AR ", at P"blic
o 1tery, to hii- hi-.,iiost, bi l, he lot.
oin-d.ori edi pr'o pert y to wit:
A lot of lim In i Iin2, being an ituate
in tie town mf \Vi wnw, in I eonty
an4 SI,!,- ;:t1'rt'.-:1i4i. 4c i lie ihv i-cw st
eo01( ner 1 Vanl'I.1mist stroet of sJ-I town
44-1 41 4.ihr I-t! -t of ai,41 tOwI), Coal
(INI:x1 : ACRu:. r11M o'' I-Ss, and
n '' 4 ''ais.'' stret L two. hundrer4~ l
[(' 1 14 I -, . id n ,ifil:g (a) V"lilerlior't
I-',rIt onl . 111l hun d ln l( Sixlv 1*1.et ;
i-ol1n Iv1 onl 1t. e,o..t! by sai I 'Market
trv'<' on4 the ast by -,a i (I V4,rIt r Ihorst
tr1rpt, Ina tho wem.4t by toG; of' 0. It.
m I s , :, ( onl, m il (n 11 t 1 v l iolth bY th1e
'10Dm tc.l fro rly ocenl jud by ,iamnes
Al,, 'rvig "t, d(wc-ase.1 .
. T':o ah'ove des-cribedl land will be Sold
in tuo ws ot, wine of whimh standm ft.!
i .t ' cv r 11 twner of siarket andi Van
.( r ;or;t SIr v1s, a1,-1 onl the other of
Which stanl Is Iit (Iw\.(.li11g-.holso nON
eepeib., J. W. 'MvCrei ght.
TE:U314 or sAlowe
n ;"wf r tie purcha omoney to bo
. -. i.. . >4 r t * 1 ' ' ou at vredlt of
I""- y- orv mi wy or man., wit h interest
sd s I ' rtv, ,: -.1ir- ir s ar it) givo his
Wool hware. by a mANg.:gn of Whe prm
1 41 (o p.ay for 6 ilc noCs:iary
URTyr..
W. 1. H 1 11, C r :: 1OF Col'',
C b I )huS011ice. hi-I.CIAL (_UAI%DI.iN.
.I n t inli 'l- 3, 1678. ,
ma 4 awAm.
SALE BY JU rE OF PiR1a TE.
ISTATEi OF'SOUTFII CAROLi.NA,
Cou.NTry Or F0.ARRFIELD.
He r 1j. I 11.0), ats A. I ni tria it ir .f
th laz . i t of I k 11 it . 1isn 1 m -
a t, . 1.1' T 1.) n 14 13. 1?.)l . , ; a , .
S f411 the .stte of [.vorich & Co. it,
.binkrup!tcy. D D. Childs, Villiam 1)
Ai'-ql a I )"'Ir ;.
I N*1 iu.1n of anll or-l r mn-ilo in thi
f bovk-o ( e , will oly.r for' 7ialc
it p>ib"o 1Mis. h r u o, AO ae t h0n"So
bwor at WViviVho - , -n t.:0 nrm Win lijy
in -i li'rv ni<o wl'n h io tal o :aW i's
of sal, tI 'o l ,i g Ic -cribi I lirkplirG,y,
!o wit:
A traet o1 -i1l c:1 nt4inin p oa nux
m)m..]) AN) 1-IN:E:N AC.1:3. morp or Ies,
11 4n: Lie jn the ('44inty 11 :'nL.l i l fOI'4,
-24i.l. 44 '.r t 2e to enl (of \Vinns1boro, a4 I
14i4441. .\ikon, II. L Eliott and.t H. A.
Galillard.
ALSO,
A tr-4't of~ -ini 1, 4'.4ita4in1in ~ FOUl n HUN
n''N I N') F24' r i ' . ll Ilr- orI less, sit
n1 'n asl 4 t 40 \V .4. T. 'l.'r land,1 ad1
.joninh4 -( 11* 1-41 o'4 1 .' I I, . '1' T1 liorn,1 Dr.
\IV:1. T'l41rn, John IJrM.mn, E. P. Moble'y
ALSo,
A tra' of' 1 4in 1. sit-t ait) in the County
4a11 . t10 d' 31' .4 li 1 i 4 co t.i1itr FOUR
4*! l 81Rh AND) T141iRY-FViv1' AC**(Es, 41101 01'
l''us. i:n144 n4 as' t'' land la4tely3 bIolonginlg
to. D)r. '\V uI Thor, 'ad.41:j.ining 14and14
Ilbove 1'41' de ri (t 1' D Wmi. Thiorn.
Jame14s jan1 is, 'Il m4 In G1la 14den and otheora.
ALSO.
A trne44t. If In conltalining FrYvE HUN
n)!lvn A('J1:s, more4 fl' le2ss, lyin)g and
Mtual" 4 in' II 10 I' 4'441nty 1an11 Sta4, 1tO4foresaid,
River, a 14' l jo1inin1g 14an 144 c E<lt. L.ew.Ii4
Mr's. Di BIoe, and landsi latel'y th11 pIrop)
erty' of Joan 114 'ris.'41
* T42l.IS OF SALT:
Onn-ha~1 lf the pur1c'1ase4-m1oney tO bo
1ad 1 e:,, an4 the- blane11L' 411 a4 cred4it
0f twnive4 tuonth01 s, with' 11 inrSt fr'om* thle
day'~ of' 84al4, to 144 '4ecured b'Iy thll bond1( of
Ithe purch~laser and1 a4 m1o.itgage of th~e
premL'C11..i - -t141 lur' 1ser0 to payl for all
Oihei of 'Judge. of' 'ro4ba4t2, J. P. P. C.
\IVinnsb*or 4'1 . 0 ,
D :cember10 131. 1.178.
d1oe -1- -aw____d
JUST' REOE~LVED.
i 'onch anfd Plain Candios,
Cannel3 d Goods of all kinde,
'Cocoanuts, Cranborrios,
I Potato.es and Onions,
----AT
nov 26 R. J. McCAnt,EY'g,
True Brotherhood. Lodge, No. 844
Knighits of Honor,
E ETs theO a'Cond and2( fourth Friday .even
InIgs of each mIont,I 141 Masonic1 flail, (It 7.3
o'c eCk.
~'. .JNO. 8. RE~YNoY.DS,
.8.CWN) wt.n, ictato,
no,? Rleporter.
TO MAKE MONEY
Pleasatly and f'art, agonte shoulId adi.
Mesa~s FINLEY, H ARVE~ &C.. A tlani,
SILVERWALR E,
SUITABLE FOR
BRIDAL PRESENTS
lnor & l1allder's.
doe 2
AVOID DANGER I
ind buy RED "C," Non Explosive
-OIL-.
ror which we are agents.
We also have just received a lot of
White Lead, Colors and Mixed
Paints, which any one
can use.
-ALSO
Linseed, Machine and Train 0 Us
Paris White, Putty and Varnish.
-ALSO--.
A. large lot of Laundry and Toilet
Soaps.
-ALSO
Lamps and ,Fixtures,
nov 26 Mo1MASTER & BRICE.
FRESH GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED.
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molases-all g rades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bhI;s. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks( of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
Java,
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley,
Nails, Trace Chains, Tiorse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Giase, White
Wine and Cid.or Vinegar,
Smoking Tobacco-.
Durham's best,
Chewing To.
. . bacco,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
ALSO,
Fresh Canned Salmon, Penehes and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
ALSO,
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whieb will be sold cheap for
Cash,
nov 9 D. R. FLENNIKEN.
L MONEY leasat 6And
fas, add reas FINU,ES HARY VY & 00.
A tMant. o.rgia. jun 154y
BOOTS AND SHOES.
H IE largest stock of the above ever
ofee by bhim.'reat inducemenat.
I NOI
NEW A D VrTNEXXNT$.
AGNTS WANTED-Fi-'rthew s and instest
selling I'letoril Itin)ks-w 111 ilt-s. l1ricom
reduct'd iM1 (eent. NATION.Al, I't'I,ISINtd
.OMPIAN Y, PhlIatelpia. l'IMnylvaila.
IIOUSE 31> EEPERS.
f'ostal (aril w lt its witi vnli.' addres4 will
iisuro ite ii retoun. ou ti iiistrated (ir
uiars of nice IlousefurniSlhilhg 1.pecialltles.
PALMt & SKii'ON, Manufact,urors, 281 Pearl
3troot, New York.
AGENTS READ THIS.
.I will pay Agents a Salary of $100 per
lmonth and expenses, or allow a larg
:ommisnsion to sell our new and wonderful in
rentions. ' We mean w.hnt we say. Address,
vithout, deMay, RIEIMAN 4; CO., Alarshal,
Kichigan.
p A AHEAD ALL TITE TIME.
The very best goods direct
from the importers at half
the usual cost. Best plan
or offered t' Club, A gents and lnrgo buyeri.
ExpreshOia rgesPA ID. Now terms free
E tRRATA%TERICAN TEA COMPANY, P.
Box, 4235. 31 and 38 Yosoy 4t. Now Yori.
PARSON'S PUROATI VE PI,LS make new riCll
alood, and will completely cliange the blood i
ho entire system -in three Mont.ha. Xny peY
son who will takn one pill each night from
ne to twelvc weeks nay be restored to sound
ftalth, if such a thing be possible. Sent by
tnail for eight letter stamps. I. S. JOHNBON
F CO., Bangor, Maine.
rho ANTIDOTE TO ALCOHOL Found at Last.
T1e Father Mathew Remedy
ra a certain and speedy cure for Intemperance.
rt destroys all appetite for alcoholic liquors and
uilds up the nervous system. After a debauch
)r any intemperate indulgeneo, a single teo
spoonful will removI all mental and physical
lepression. It also cures every kind of Nver,
Dvppsia and Torpidity of the Liver. Sold by
tIl droggist4. Priee $1 per bottlo. Pamphot
)n "Alooll, its Effect., and Intemportnoe as a
Jisease." sbnt free on writing to the FATHER
MATRIEW Temperanee and Manufacturlg
Company, 86 Bond Street, Now YorM.
A~ BENSON'S OAPOINE
,POROUS PIASTER.
A WONDERFUL REMEDY
There is no conparison betwepn it, and th
ommunon slow acting porous pI aster. It is in
every way superior to all other external
remedies Including liniments had the so
called electrical appliances. It contains new
medical eltnents which is combination with
rubber, possos th3 most extraordinary pain
rulioving, strengthening and curative proper
ties, Any physician in your own localltv wil
con1irt the above statement. For Lame back,
Itheumatism, Female Weakness, Stubbor
and Neglected Colds and Coughs, disease
Kidneys. Whooping Coughs, affections of the
heart, and all il) for which porous plasters
are used. it is simply the best knovn remedy.
Ask for Benson's Ca peine porous Plaster and
take no other. old by 'all ruggists. * Price
23 ceutd. Bout on rece pt o price by
SEABURIY & JOUNSON,
91 Platt Street, New YOric.
nov 2-"W
AINT
GL.OBE
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000,
These Paints are mixed, ready for use, a.y
shade or color, ad sold in.any quaniU.6 r,op
One QuerI toea B arreL.
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for us r,n thr bae.n ailis e
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alfor sampe Cohr cran ice Lastt the.
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will.beRpad&for elerTonSTS. ofJ~lERYCo?
foTu iH tE. TosaE of CHoe an so"
of tANUAYnea t wii nA eill e j~ the
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prepaid nmbreip of aAecn tgp
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ouse Education in Cata erl. T rn
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