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ENEWBERRY, S C.
THURSDAY FEB. 7, 1884.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
~ d fa f s c o .t y n d * e
W e of OOia.uni and the
ntas. 'rTens,&sOftrat Page.
We ae inelined to ask whether
*ould not be a good thing f6r
ti SoutlM to take care of the States
and let the nation take care of it
*ff., We.have.stood in-line with
the national-Democratic party for
ears, or rather we hav blindly
f'llowed the lead of that party;
we have sneezed when it took
snuiff; we have fought its battles
and done its drudgery ; we have
furnished three fourths of the elec
tork. strength of thk paty, and
shouted, till we wer. , for
northern nominees; and is high
time to change this all-work-and
o-pay program. The South Is
expected to do' all these things,
- but she is not even allowed to "tail
the ticket," or to open her mouth
in the nominating conventions.
There are always specious argu
ments to show why the ticket should
be composed of northern men, west
ern inen, and eastern men, but nev
er a southern man.
We have no idea that a southern
man would give sufficient weight
to the ticket to enable it to win,
but we are equally far from believ
ing that he would take much weight
from it. Judged by results, the
Democratic ticket has had little
weight, these twenty years-it has
invariably .'gone up." We have
small faith in those political proph
-ets who predict Democratic suc
cess in the near future, and we fear
that their prophecy is born of de
sire,; but, while the fun is going on,
we southerners ought to have at
least the satisfaction of tossing up
our hats and shouting for a south
A southern candidate for vice
~:president would excite some enthu
siasma in the South, tho hi might
$ not come within- drum-beat of vie.
tory. And, apart from the novel
ty, we think we are entitled to some
of the meagre honors of the party.
The interview with Mayor Pope,
which we publish to-day, will be in
teresting to our citizens. It is
gratifying to know that the finances
of our town are in good. condition
and that "every year we can pay off
a considerable sum of our back in
debtedness, and pay in cash the cur
resnt expenses of our town." When
the Opera House was built, persons
were not .wanting who fancied that
they saw coming disaster and a col
lapse of the town treasury. But
the mayor's words will set at rest
any doubts on this subject.
Peace and order prevail in our
town, and we are truly a law
Our municipal affairs have been
wisely administered, and much of
the honor and credit attending the
present order of things is due to
the gentlemen who compose the
Council. We are confideiit that
they will be retained in~ office, un
less they refuse to serve. Mr.
Pope frankly states that the du
ties of the Mayor are increasing
yearly, and that his time is de
manded by his private and profes
~-sional duties. The citizens of our
town cannot refuse to consider his
utterances on the subject.
If Governor Thompson stands
for re-election next fall, the man
who opposes him will get what he
deserves-a signal defeat. Gov
ernor Thompson is good enough
for us, and we think he has given
perfect satisfaction to the people.
We believe tha't he accepted the of
flee of Governor at a personal sac
rifice and against his inclinations,
but we would not advocate retain
ing him in office on this account
alone, though it is a matter worthy
of consideration. No, he will be
re-elected because he is what he is
-capable, active, patriotic, above
Why suffer longer from dyspep
sia, indigestion, want of appetite,
loss- of strength, lack of energy,
malaria, intermittent fevers, etc. ?
Brown's Iron Bitters never fail to.
cure these diseases. They act like
a charm on the digestive organs, re
moving all dyspeptic symptoms,
such as belching heartburn, billious
niess, etc. Remember it is the on
ly iron preparation that will not
blacken Ithe teeth or give head
ache. Ask your druggists concern
l t t.
Our Municpal Election- Shall the
Present Council beRe-elected -An
Interview with-the Mayor of
Our reporter in view of the ap
proaching municipal election and in
deference to the well known wishes'
of some of our citizens in regard to
the 'proposition to retain the pres
ent Mayor and Aldermen in office
for at least another year, waited on
the Mayor, Mr. Y. J. Pope, and the
following is substantially the result
of an interview with him.
REPoRTm-Well Mr. Pope did
you notice a local in one of the
papers last week in which it was
stated that it would be well to
retain you and your associates in
office, and if -so what have you to
say in regard to the prop<sition ?
ME. POPE-Certainly, I o)served
the article referred to, aLd was
very much pleased to kno-v that
the efforts of the present members
of the Town Council, were soJind
Several gentlemen -of this com.
munity have expressed themselves
in about the same manner to me
and also to my associates, as I am
informed. Now, I think it is a
very serious matter for a cjtizen to
3ay he will refuse to serve the peo
ple if they call on him to- do so,
but I have always found the people
very reasonable and just to their
public servants. So much so that
if one, in a kind manner, asks to be
excused from further service-in any
particular office, whether of honor.
r profit, or both, they do not hes
iuate to do so, unless some public
xigency should demand otherwise.
[n my case, I have served the cit
iz3fns of the town of Newberry-in a
ittle more than eleven years-five
Fears and two months as Inten
iant and Mayor of our town. I
rmd the duties of the office increas
irg every year, and at the same
time I find my private business in
,::easing every year, so that really
in my best judgment, I cannot as
Mayor do justice to the interests
f the town, and, at the same time
ilo justice to the demands of my
profession and other private duties.
Under such circumstances I feel it
my duty to say so, and thereby seek
to be relieved from the office of
Then, too, there is no public ex
[gency that demands my services as
Mayor. The law is enforced every
lay. There-is no more law abiding
ommunity than ours. Orr taxes,
licenses, rents &c., are sufficient
to meet the demands against our
town if our. finances are properly
bandled. Every year we can pay
off a considerable sum of our back
indebtedness and pay in cash the
current expenses of our town.
Thus it will be easily seen that
while I ought not to refuse to serve
the people if they should call upon
me to do so, there is abundant
gound for the candid belief that
they ought not and will not ask me
to do so after my frank statement.
,REPOR.TER-Before leaving you
I would be glad to know whether the
present members of the Council are
in entire harmony.
MR. POPE-I am glad you asked
that question for I am thus enabled
to record in a somewhat permanent
form my views as to my associates.
I have never been associated with
a body of gentlemen from whom I
shall part with more regret. Of
course, now and then, we have
differed on questions of policy
but never unpleasantly. Each Al
derman has performed his duties
most admirably,in my judgment,and
very many of the improvements in
the town have originated with them
and have been carried out under
their special superintehdence.
REPORTER-Have you any ob
jection to my publishing the result
of our interview ?
MR. PE-Certainly I can have
no objection, for after hearing
what I have, I should have pub
lished a card to the same effect if
this interview had not taken place.
LIBERTY HALL DOTS.
Jan. 28, 1884.
MESsRs. EDITOES: Since Mr.
Riser moved to town we, in this
little "burg" have been without a
postoffice, -but we expeet to have
one in a short time, as Mrs. C. E.
Pratt has consented to be our post
I will give you a few changes
that have taken place in No. 4, this
year: Mr. L. P. W. Riser has
moved to your city and Mr. Jack
Summer to Mr. Riser's place, Mr.
J. G. Houseal has moved to town,
Mr. W. C. Cromer purchased Mr.
Houseal's plantation and moved to
it, Mr. Jas. Denson and family
have moved to Greenville, Mr.
Monroe Wesson has moved to
Arkansas, Mr. James D. Johnson
and family have moved to Jalapa.
Mr. F. IN. Calmes has purchased
the old Calmes homestead, and is
preparing to turn a big wheel.
I have heard a good little joke on
one of our Johns. I will call no
name, but let me just give you his
initials-"J. T. D. Jr." There !
(I have told his name). e,ohn wis
a gallant for a very estimable yu .ng
lady, and was driving his horse-to
a buggy-with a borrowed Dutch
collar. The horse came to deep
mud and, not being accustomed to
that kind of a collar, refused to
pull; all tie coaxing, begging, kind
words, &c., availed nothing. 0,
what is to be done ? An idea strikes
John. HIe hands the lines and
whip to the young lady, gets out
and mounts the horse, astede
but no go. Finally John had. to
get the old fashioned collar before
he could move one peg. Strange,
ohn has never told the joke-it
came from the other driver.
I saw Mr. S. W. Y. this after
oon, terribly excited. I asked.
what is 'the ma? "Mad dogs!
mad dogs ! Pve jit killed three
mad dogs !" and it was so..
nOti frien and naig=hbor. F. N.
C., coming from town a few nights
ago turned his buggy bottom side
up-he, must have had some of the
late mail-riders kind of eyeopener.
I understand, from good-antho
rity, that Mr. L. P. W. Riser, of
3 our town is going into the fish
Health good-weather cold.
THE SECRETARY NOT TO BLAIE
Complaint has been made as to de
lay in printing the Ac.s and joint
resolutions, and this delay is un
reasonably attributed to the Secre
tary of State's office, for the reason
that Section 493 of the Gen. Stat
utes says "the indexing of the Acts
and Joint Resolutions of each Ses
sion of the General Assembly shall
be performed in the Secretary
of State's office and under his super
vision." The censure therefo:e na
turally attaches to this officer and
his clerical force, until the matter
is explained,'as follows: the legisla
ture by resolution at its last ses
sion said that this work should be
lone by the clerks of the Senate
%nd House. It should should have
been completed three weeks after
the session closed, but Col. Farrow,
-lerk of the Senate, left to take
harge of a clerkship in Washing
on; this threw the worlC into the
ands of Col. Sloan, of the House.
He has been sick two-thirds of the
time since-and the work is not yet
lone. We simply state these facts
to relieve Capt. Lipscomb and his
lerks of any blame in the delay.
Sniffles in a New Role.
My dear Bredren de subject oblucer
lashun dii nite am no sardine, nor
one ob Jones' souced makril, but a
big subjee, becase it treats uv de
grate wite throng, witch we read uv in
le rebelashun of scriptur. It wur a
arge throng and a grate throng, and
Jey wur all drest in wite, clean wite
at dat. Now de question is what kind
ob stuff wur de robes made uv-no lite
is throne on dis point, and de intelli
gent mind must konceive dat dey wur
made ub homespun, such as de store
keepers ob dis present day charge sin
ners 10 cents fur. Dey could not af
ford to dress in 'wite silk, derefore I
ay dat de robes wur made of home
spun. De ne- material and impor
taut considerashun witch strikes de
mind of -dis preacher, and witch I (Ie
sire to perkolat through de minds ob
dis audience is whar did de stuff come
from? De Hurald was.not published
in dose days. no advertizem-nt show
ed dem where to by de homespun, dere
fore it am reasonable to konklude dat
dey got it first class from de cotting
fadtory, aldo dere is no mevshun made
uiv a factory in dose days; but as do
people ob dose modern timiea diggin
among de fulns oh Pompey, find tings
made hundreds of yore's ago, similar
in pint ob semblance to what is used
now, and witch wur not knone in do
intervening yore's, so I say it is safe
to think dat dore wus a catting facto
ry somewhere, an at some time, and
witch may have been washed away in
de great tlud. About de price dat was
paid fur do homespun, I suppose it is a
indisputable fac dat de great throng
got it at.wholesale, say about 7 or 8
ents a yard. Dis brings us to anoder
pint of lucerdation-Whar~ did dey
come from? Did def come from do
East or de West, from do Norf or do
Souf ? neider one or do odder my
friends, an do bible gibs no lite as to
do pints ob de comnpyass. Did dey
come from do bowels ob do yearth ?
not one time, sinners, for do reason
dat dere robes wur wite, and conse
quetly clean, for how could dey have
come outen do yearth and be clean.
Let us cast dat idea outer do field ob
lucerdation. Wham did dey come
from? Dis is a obnoxious question my
frends, but I tink dat I am equal to (1e
occashun, and can desolve it to your
satisfacshun. Brudder Johnsing please
wake up dat sleepy nigger Dawkins
ober dere by do winder, as I wants
ebery nigger under do sound ob my
voice to hear what I hab to say, arid
particular as dis is do konklushun ob do
subjec dis ebening. I say whar did
dey come from? not from do east, nor
from do west, nor from do froozen
norf, nor from do bilin souf, ror yet
outer do bowels- ob do yearth. Well
so far as I know. dey must hab come
down from de skies, from de eberlast
ing hiills ob glory. Tiuk.ob it sinnters.
Drest in wvite, all ob a pattern, not ac
cordin to de fashun ob dese days, but
in long robes, tied up on do hips whid
a string, ani dey come down singing
and a shouten, glory, glory. Pass de
hat, brudder Johnson.
The way to produce a smile on
the face of a man, suffering with a
racking cough, is to make him a
present of a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. -Just try it and you
will be astonished at the result.
HALF OUT OF HIS HEAD.
"Blessed be the man,' said Don Quixote's
weary squire, "who invented sleep." San
cho's gratitunde is ours, but .abat if' one cani
not for any reason enjoy that excellent ini
venton? "Nervousness in me had become
a disease," writes Mr. William Coleman. the
wc!l known wholesaile druggist of Buffalo,
"I could not sleep, and my nigh ts were
either passed in that sort of -restlessness
which nearly crazes a man, or in a kind of
stpor, haunted by tormenting dreams.
Having taken PARKER'S ToNYc for other
troubles, I tried it also for this. The re
sut both surprised and delighted me. My
nerves were toned to concert pitch, and,
like Cmsar's fat men. I fell into the ranks
of those who sleep o' nights. I should add
that the Tonic speedily did away with the
condition of general debility and dyspepsia
ccasioned by my previous sleeplessness.
ind'gave mue strength and perfect digestion.
In brief, the use of the Tonic thoroughly re
established my health. I have used PAs
KBR's ToNIC with entire suCcess for seat
sickness and for the bowel disorders ilciden -
to ocean voyages."
This preparation bas hcretofore been
known as PARE's GINGER ToNIC. Here
after it will be .advertised and sold under
the name of PARKER's ToNic-omitting the
word "ginger." Hiscox & Co., are Induced
to make his change by the' action of un
principled dealers who have for years de
ceived their customers by substituting in
ferior preparations under the name of ginger.
We drop the misleading word all the more
willingly, as ginger is an unimportant flavor
ing ingredient In our Tonic.
Please remember that no change has been,
or will be, made in the preparation itself.
ud all bottles remaining in the bands of
eales, wrapped wnder the name of PAn
ia's GIINeER Tosuc, contain the genuine
medicine if the fac-simile signature of Hzg
001& C. Is at the bottom f thed
NEwBERT.'C. H., S. C., Feb. 2d, 1884.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Feb., 2d, 1884:
Allen. Frank * McLenan,jMrs Morier
Campbell. Miss Rosa Macfal, Mr.
Clamp. J. D. L. Partlow,George
Cannon, William Reed. Miss Mattle
Cannon, Wade S. Roberson, Louisa
Counts, William Sims, David
Dawkins. Josh Sims, Nelson
Dugans, Miss Mary :Sondley, Richard
Green, Miss Nancy Thompson, Martha
Golden, Mrs Eugenla Uzzle, A. T.
Harp. Tom White, George
Harris, Mrs Mary C IWilson. Jeff
Johnson, G. W. lWilson, Alice.
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE. P. M.
January 29th, 1884, at Shady Grove,
Laurens Co., by Rev. Mr. Williams
of Clinton, Rev. HARRISON FOWLER
to Miss MARY SCOTT, of Newberry
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
liefofconsumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists.-Price, 25 Cents.
TO LEVY A SPECIAL TAX OF ONE MILL
ON THE DOLLAR OF THE TAXABLE
PROPERTY WITHIN THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF NEW
BERRY, SOUTH CAROLINA, IN AC
CORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS
OF THE ACT OF TIE GENERAL AS
SEMBLY OF THE STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA ENTITLED "AN ACT TO
AUTHORIZE THE TOWN OF NEW
BERRY "TO CREATE A FIRE DEPART
MENT FOR SAID TOWN AND TO PRO
VIDE THE MEANS NECESSARY FOR
THAT PURPOSE." APPROVED THE
22d DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1883.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Newberry
in council assembled and by the au-,
thority of the same :
SECTION 1. That a special tax of one
mill on the dollar of all the taxable
property with the corporate limits of
the said Town of Newberry, except
the property of churches and different
institutions of learning, be and the
same is hereby levied and ordered and
required to be paid into the Treasury
of said Town of Newberry for the
support of the Fire Department of
SECTION 2. That the said special tax
as is provided in Section 1. of this Or
dinance shall be levied upon the
assessed value of real and personal
property in said Town made up in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight
SEOTION 3. That the special tax
herein levied shall be paid unto the
Clerk and Treasurer of the Town of
Newberry in lawful money of the
United States of America.
SECTION 4. That the special tax
herein levied shall be paid unto the
Clerk and Treasurer of said Town of
Newberry from the fifteenth day of
February, A. D.1.884, until the fifteenth
~day of March 1884-and for the pur
pose of receiving payment of the same,
the Clerk arnd Treasurer of said Town
of Newvberry shall remain in his ofie
each day (Sundays excepted), during
the month beginning on fifteenth day
of February, and ending on the fif
teenth day of March, A. D. 1884, from
nine o'clock in the morning until three
o'clock in the afternoon of each day.
SECTION 5. That the Clerk and
Treasurer of said Town of Newberry
shall enter each and every amount of
money received under the levy of the
aforesaid special tax in his books of
acount under a separate account to
be called Money collected under spe
cial tax of one mill for Fire Depart
nent, and no moneys so received by
him or his successor in oficee shall be
applied to any other purpose than to
purposes indicated in the Act of the
Gencral Assembly of South Carolina
entitled "An Act to authorize the
Town Council of Newberry to create a
Fire Department for said Town and to
provide the .means necessary for that
purpose." Approved 22d' day of De
enm ber, 1883.
SECTION G. That the Mayor and Al
derme'n of the Trown of Newberry shall
during the month of April, A. D. 1884,
cause to be published a statement for
the information of tax payers showing
the amount realized from-the special
levy aforesaid and of its application.
-- Donc anid ratified under -the
-i Ls |- Corporate seal of the Town of
SNewberry South Carolina on
this the thirty-first day of January in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hudred and eightv-four and in the
one hundred and ~eighth year of the
Sovereignty andl Independence of the
United States of America.
YOUNG JOHN POPE.
Mayor of the Town of Newberry,
John S. Fair,.
C. &T. T. C.N. - G-2t
I hereby forbid and warn all persons
from hiring or harboring Joe Dominick
who is under contract with me for the
year 18$4. Any personi hiring him in
any way will be prosecuted to the
fullest extent of the law
6-3:*GEO. H. TAYLOR.
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THlE COURT OF COMMON
Precious Ellen Thomas adm'x, vs.
Nancy Carte.r and others.
By order of the Court herein, dated,
24th Dec. 1883, I will sell at public
outcry, before the Court H'ouse at
Newberry, on the first Monday in
March 1884, all that tract of land lying
in the County and State aforesaid,
containing one hundred and fifty-five
acres more or less, and bounded by
lads of A. B. Cromer, Hawkins Den
nis, Brown & Mosely, Mary Shesly
TERMS-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay cash one-half of the pur
chase money, and to secure the bal
ane payable at twelve months, with
interest "from day of sale, by a bond
and mortgage of the premises sold.
SILAS YOHNSTONE, Mastel.
Master's Office, Feb. 6th, 1884.
*Up B g and
The Prescription Dep
Can always be relied upo
X. U. Marble (Late Co
PAT venons ainthis and tor
eign countries. Will also atteid to patent
cases In the United states Courts. OMfce,j
Le DroiltBuilding, Washington, D. C. 6-3m.
OFFICE SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA
My cfflce will be open on the first
Monday in each month until the 31st
of October inclusive, for the registra
tion of those who have arrived at the
age of 21 since the last General Elee
All those who have lost their certifi
cates can get them renewed by proving
to the satisfaction of the Supervisor
that they have been lost. Applica
tions for lost certificates must be made
at least thirty days before the next
WM. Y. FAIR,
Supervisor of Registration.
Jan. 31, 1884-6-tf.
I am agent for the Taylor and Cox
Steam Fire extingdlisher, for,
Newberry, Laurens, Spartanburg
and Greenville Counties.
The most useful invention of the age.
A life time insurance for the small
sum of $35.00 or 040,00.
Will put out your gin in five minutes.
Worth what it cost for dampening
vor.r lint room. Any man can put it
up and run it. One agent made in
one day *150. One man whose Gin
house caught fire last fall says, he
would not be without it for five hun
An energetic man can make 81500
in one year selling this extinguisher.
This is a South Carolina invention
and is no humbug.
TERRITORY FOR SALE.
arnd AGENTS WANTED.
Send for Price and Circulars to
E. C. HORTON,
.NEW AND ELEGANT
FALL AND WINTER
J. W. COPPOCK'S,
UN?DER NEWBERRY HOTEL.
I would respectfully call the atten
tion of my friends, patrons, and the
public generally to the fact, that I
have just returned from the Northern
markets where I purchased an elegant
Men's. Youths, Boys and Children's
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Va
lises, Umbrellas &e.,
(In store and still arriving)
Black and Colored
Worsted Coats and Vests,
and Fancy Cass Pants for Dress,
C-rdCass Business Suits,
Al ftelatest fabrics and styles.
Especial attention is invited to my
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
of style, flhiish and color that cannot
fall to plcase the most fastidious.
The public Is respectfully asked to
examine my stock and prices before,
J. W. COPPOCK.
AllTgrat Br4edst nd LugA.fctm
mRT, s. C.
rtment in charge of0
n, and all Prescriptions
IN THE STOCK OF
which we are closing ont at greatly
Men's, Boy's and Children's Suits
and Over Coats, at a Sacrf,e.
We desire to close ont thi Stock
before moving to our large and
commodious Store, which was for
merly occupied by Banknight &
Cr , one door north of our present
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Executors Sale of
In pursuance of the order of the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, I
will sell at the late residence of Baruch
Duncan, deceased, in the said County,
On Monday the 11th day of February
next the personal property belonging
to the estate of said deceased, consist
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Cattle, Sheep, Hogs,
Corn, Fodder, Oats,
Terms Cash, before delivery of prop
erty. T. S. DUNCAN,
Desiring to devote our attention more
exclusivly to the practice of The
La-we have sold out our Insurance
Busines's and good will to E. A. Scott.
and bespeak for him the liberal Pa
tronage extendedGE ..'OWR
JNO. B. JONES.
H ang~' purchased the Fire Insur
aneBusiness and good will of Messrs.
Mower & Jones, and representing
First Class Co's. only, a share of The
Insurance Patronage of the public will
Also Agent Equitable Life Assur
ance Society. Cash Assets Fifty Mil
lion Dollars. Policies Incontcstible,
Non-Forfeitable. No unpaid Claimson
Citizens of Newberry-among-her
most prudent Professional and Bus!
ness men hold Life Policies in Equita
ble for over $20,000 aWise provision
for their Families in the future.
E. A. SCOTT.
A-kt.' Fire ad Life Ins. gt-~
I an now prepared to furnish First
Class Board, without lodgings, to
youw men and old men. Fare good,
and cYiarges low. Dinner furnished to
country men at 25 cents each.
FIRST DOOR ABOVE
TODD'S GROCERY STORE.
L. W. P. UISER.
Nleeof Final8Settlement and
I will make a Settlement on the es
tate of Warren T. Epting in the Pro
bate Court for Newberry County, S.
C., on Monday the 11th day of Febru
ary A. D. 1884, and immediately there
after apyfor a final discharge as
Guardian ofsaid estate.
Jan. 9th, 1884. Guardian.
off Wmtur Stk MustoI
For the next O days we will
sell all heavy weight
-A 2\T ID
AT MANUFACTURERS COST
As every one well knows we have thee
largest and best stock in Town, and ij
we have [since our opening] aw~j
led in styles and prices, we still pro-7
pose to keep up our reputation and
we feel no hesitancy in saying we& g
discount any bill bought in Newberry
provided first class goods are takang
We also have a JffB LOT of
Which we will close out at and bel
COtST. These Hats are allright in
every respect, and it is only to make
room-for Sprino- Hats that we close
them out at suc% a great sacrifice.
Call early before the best and most
cesirable goods are picked over.
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