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A RADICAL WARlFfiOOP.
SCOTT, MOSTES Sc CO. ECHO THE Ti*
DINGS FROM ?ALKIGH. -
Tfte Governor Terka a New Departure
Ufe Coe*- Boci o* ?Ac Taxpayers3 con?
vention and Puts his Faith in " >??*..>
eftesfer ?aa;"-?W">?rt o/ Ow
Young Moses io the " HoTtestMr. ctnd
Integrity" of governor SrnU^ffgured
Innocence in the Exeexu'itc ~Vhair^
?tail?tg into Judge Bryan' and the
United States Marshal-Boge Wants
to Stand in Marshal Juhr.son's Official
A noteworthy meeting of the Repub?
lican State central commiten wa? he Jd in
the Senate Chamber at Columbia, on
Thursday. Lieutenant Governor Ban*
sier presided, and twenty-three counties
wcr<3 represented. We are told that
"General F. J. Moses, Jr., ?peaker of
the House of Representatives, Governor
K. K. Scott, General Worthington
and Judge Ungo" were pratet as
TOE WORK CUTOUT.
The chairman of the executive com?
mittee rendered several reports and ex?
plained the object of the .meeting,, which
was to prepare for the colored conven?
tion of representative men from the
Southern States, to assemble at Colum?
bia on the 18th prox., and
3. To consider the present condition
of affairs in thia State. It being an
unmistakable dury that something must
he done, and that speedily, to save the
Hvcs and property of citizens, and to
make it ?ate for them to say, "I am a
Republican." That if the party amounts
to anything ; if30,000 majority is of any
value for anything to the State or to the
nation, said thc chairman1, then let there
be an unmistakable expression of the
fact, and means be provided to prevent
the recurrence of midnight assassina?
tions, and that in doing this, let there
be calm and impassicnate action, but
firmness in all things.
ATTACKS OS THE UNITED STATES COURT.
General Worthington, of Richland,
and Mr, Wilson Cook, of Greenville,
were called upon te speak upon the
condition of affairs in the State. Mr.
Cook gave a history and a scathing
review of thc recent trials of Kn-Klox
iu the United States Court of Grenville,
add the conduct of U. S. Judge Bryan
and the U. S". Marshal. The former
gave his attention more especially to
the applieatiou of remedies, and neglect
of applying remedies, and the canses cf
the outrages that have occurred.
The Rev. Mr. Cain followed in a short
6peech, very severe on the United
States marshal, and demanding a change
in officers that the laws may be execa
GOVERNOR SCOTT'S NEW DEPARTURE.
The Governor addressed the meeting j
hy invitation, expressing bis determina- j
ti OD to exhaust his powers to suppress .
the Ko-Klux organization, and assured
the committee that measures had been j
taken to make the session of the next
United States Court in thia city aa 1
memorable to the midnight assassins as ]
a?'was the lato session of the court <
presided over by Judge Rond, in j
Raleigh, ile said that every pledge of (
the Democratic leaders ia the upcountry,
and tiie pledges ot the rame party in
the Taxpayers' cooventron had been
broken, and that bc bad no lougcr any
faith ia anything but the strong arm of
FORT SUMTER MOSES AS TUE EULOGIST
OF R. K. SCOTT.
General F. J. Moses was then invited 1
to address the meetiug. Ile painted in 1
glowing colort tho trials and difficulties t
through which the Republican party ,
bad pats ed; paid a glowing tribute of ;
respect to the honesty and integrity ot'
the Governor, and failed to see how be 1
could be blamed for being deceived by .
thc prom ines of men who for twenty '
years bad imposed themselves as leaders (
upon the peuple of the United States ?
uud were accounted to be the smartest
politicians in thc country. He asserted (
th it the ?eales had f?llen from the eyes i
cf the Governor and his Republican ad?
visers, aud that hereafter the depend- ,
euee of the people should rest solely
upon their own effort?. He urged
vehement^ the r?movaJ of the preseot
I't.ited Sluice marshal, and asserted
that <he Ku-KIux before Judge Rood
would result io tbesatae farcical manner
as those io Greenville before Judge
Bryan, uniese this change waa made.
THE COMMITTEE "?OES FOR* UNITED
STATES MARSHAL JOHNSON.
Hon. II. K. 11 ay ne introduced a reso?
lution, which wa* adopted, calling for
thc removal ol the present Uuited
States marshal, and endorsing Judge
Huge for the position.
Charged w|**Ku Kl nit ne
On Monday uight last, ?JL C. :
Moseley, United States Deputy Marshal,
upon warrcots issued by Samuel T
?''j?uflT, Uuited States Commissioner, ,
.created under thc Ku ,Klux Act of Cvn
- res- tho following named persona,
r< aiding in tba upper part of this County :
0. C. Beamguard, Charles Beamgoard, 1
J. Newman Thootaa, William G Thomas, i
John C. Watson, Thoma? H. J/ess ley. 1
William I) hess!ey and Jobo Lc Wood |
They were arrested on a charge of
having whipped a negro woman hy thc
name of i'ho.'be Smith, who resides in J
the same neighborhood of the persons "
accused, cn the night of I be 12tb of
mny last, The prisoners Were brought
to town about daylight on Tuesday
morning by a .'-quad of Uuited States 1
soldier*, and lodged in jail, preparatory
to a pf clim tua.ry examination before the
4Juitra plates <.'umm??K?oner.
RoheriS?anlkner, uf tbe same neigh?
borhood, cT:a?E?jd witbf participating in
Wie kaine offence, and for vboge arrest a
warrant bad, a l?o been issued, waa absent
lion hi. home wheo the officer called to
urrei' him; but ou (tis return, andaaeer f
raining mt a warrant had bee? issued .
for bim, he imuivdiattfiy esma lo thu
p:.'.iK' :u;d iurreudeicd T^uiSe-ff tn the.
Oi? 'iVaday an i o vestige* to? wv bad
by ibo t'ofcwuii^i'Hief, and after the ex-'
s mi nat Um of w;tite?e* in behalf of. the
H 'Steuiion, the ayeased ?er? retjt.red
i?< L'ive :o'.u lu the ?um tf &Jfti such,
; tiiciir appearance bofore the United .
j-iatV? UifttuV Ujurf, to bn held in Co
laml-.j on th?, atcoud Munday ol .No-1
rem ber ntxt, aFwhieb tann, we
?stand, JudgtBoitfa^J^el At
I time of writinf
the required !
?he B^porter ?yr?: ?A,- negro man,
who-has been a farm laborer daring the
year on lae plantatioa of 3Ir. Bennet,
?aa dissmiesed on last Wednesday. On
Tuesday be weet to Kr. Bennets piece
"to rem ore bis eiotbesand other articles
.of property, Among other things that
belonged to bim iras a bog. On the
seme piece wes a young white map2 ?iso
To the employ of fl? Mnli?^^wfc?jB
tne negro wastodabtte1 for? watch ?old
to biol. Too. yoong man endeavored
to retain tbe bog es security for ? the,
amount doe him. The negro"attempted ;
to recover it From; this' sn altercation j
arose, which resulted 'is the negro being
Kew YOEE, October 2.-A ?peeial toi
tbe Herald, from Salt Lake, reports sj
rumor that Brigham Young bss been
indicted, und will be tried this ?eek.'
The Morsons continue to buy arms.
Mormon j our cali advocate open
resistnace. It is understood that tbe
Federal authorities asked for reinforce?
SALT LARC, October i.-Threa com?
panies of ?. S.^ troops Bate arrived. '
They were sent by Gen. A ;gur opon s ?
requisition foo m Gov. Woods.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 4.
*.A. SILBERT.? -EDITOR
The na an eJiaaett* Deaaoeraef. *j
JOHN QUINCY ADA.ushas been pat
forward by the Convention as the Dem?
rxrratic candidate for Governor of Mas* j '
In accepting the nomination, and io
silasion to tbe pisiform adopted, Mr.
ADAMS says ;
"But I may be pardoned if, in view of
I hesitation which lingers here and
there, I declare my especial satisfaction I
it the position adopted iy tba Conven?
tion in respect to the la ter amendments
af the Constitution of tbs United States.
[ am heartily glad to sea good ci tire ns
who have disputed the alan of adjust?
ment required by the party ia power so
long as it was debatable, Acquiesce cheer?
fully when once it has become
It seems to me to bo the part efl
patriotism oow to eccepi honestly sod j
without mental r?servation those
imendmeots ss tbe final settlement and
pacification of die civ war, and
??et? to torn resolutely -?way from the
irritating and painful memories of tba
past the to pressing duties of the future.
We may here remark, a? bas been j *
frequently foreshadowed to these col?
mos, that we found this to be tba
position of the great masi of tb? North?
nw Democracy. To he ld ont to tbe
people a diff?rent view, ia bot to illude J
tod deceive them.
Lyla* te* Note,
The ease, facility, glibness ind com- ,
pleteoeee with which, the Colombia
Union, sod its correspondents, render
imaginary Kn Kier outrages, makes ns
.hink thst they might, with bot little
go ore trouble, fis pp tba whola matter j
to notes, or music, and give its readers i
lomethiog artistic. There might be '
variation* introduced, too, which would <
nc doubt be attractive to.Ha column/
[ta patty , iv noted for foodaeu of song, j 1
This Ko Klux music, serf ed op fresh
.very morning, would au doobt become
intensely popular, and rally tbe ranks'
->f the party with a new and fresh
We elip tba following from .the col
Braes of tba Union, of Monday last i
Ku KLUX IS SIMTEE COUHTY.-A
letter lrom SOB ter, dst ed Saturday,
mates that oo Friday night * store
keeper named Ryteobtirger, living about
fifteen miles from Sumter village, waaj
taken out by disguised nun sod terribly
whipped. The letter lays: "They
took bim ont of bis bed and tied bim to
a tree sod literally cut the flesh oft- of j
him with a cowhide; there ia no cause
known except tbatbe wa? a Republican ;
be was a very peaceable, good eitiieu'"
Mr. Ryitecberg ?cat not "taken ont
of bis bed''-wu not "tied," sad wo hr
frost having the flesh "literally coi off j
of him with a cowhide." did not receive
a siegle cut, and Was not even threatened,
in any way. Aud he is not a ftepub*
Hean. It does seem that if tba inion
wwjkt to publish troth, it would not
with so much readiness, barry into ka
columns the mass oi falsehood that fiada 11
the way t? its office. Tbero would be'1
sums scrutiny of Us correspondence.
The troth in regard to this casa is ss
Mr KTTTENBSBO keepit . ocwitry
itore, and was called'OB by some parties,
who rea-on gt rated with hin, ia regard to j
tbs purctuso of cotton io the seed.
J bi? was dose lo a quiet tod gao tie
Bienly way. And bera tb? matter tar? I
mlnated, satisfactorily, wa learn, So boab.}1
The eoek-eyed gentleman baa baan
patting forth bia beat seora manipula?
tory for the Gobewatetial aomisatioB
of Massachusetts, by the^a ty of "moral
idean," The ( onvenUoa assembled at
Worcester aa U?a 27A ?II, and Bailer
VOS decidedly defeated ow a loa? vote,
lt stead Wajbburootta, Boiler m?\
Tba Tote wa? ancoona** atirid ' tremeu
?t>9* exertesseo?, aj?d~ received with
lo&g coot?nued aiie?rUg ', la? ras oit i*
*???4er?? ac eff?ota?|if. oJaposia^ af
?otia?. ??J** J '. I
^^i hm^? genen?j eimUte*
tne C ty Go*? exorne nt of Now York.
Tte: Dear, crecy if that city should at
once purge i _elf ol' such leaders.
Itfs;?a.chet, under date of Oct. 2,
say tJias apr. lieetion waa made te-dey,
before Jodg< fiigby, for a warrant for.
the arrest of Mayor Hall trn a charge of
official neglect in permitting the con?
verse ^public Kinds. Tte Mayor
wiH be ootiStd fo appear at 10 a, at
fo-?iorfow ?od answer the charge
It is stated that applications will be
made t >morr JW for tba arrest, of Tweed
ind otbere, on the charge of fraudulently
ippropnsting public funds.
. . T; ire Loat Ca nee.
Whi e we do not know who write
such pt mpWets ss " fi ow the Lost Cause
nay be Regained encl tb a-Independence
af the South Secured," (promulgated
tome time ai o ce by the New York
Herald) we know who do not write them.
Ute Southern- soldiers accepted the
ntuatron in good faith, and, in the main,
bare since denired to see the healing ol
the frat ?eidr i wounds. It is only the
bomb-proofs, the home guards sod the
Bxempts-those who smelt gun-powder
From afar-wiro now seek to rekindle
the strife. Ii' successful in so doing
they would lae found ss fsr from the
front, ar d ss i.verse to blood-letting a?
before. As jtolitieians sre, generally,
the first to foment national conflicts,
io they are .he la?t to conform to
B5T* COL. D M. NILSON shot and
tilled (jun. 0. H. CLANTO?, of Ala
jama, ?tt_eo.:ville, Teen., on the 27th
lit., in s personal rencontre. His re*
nains vere received at Montgomery
imid nnttsual demoovvrations of respect.
Festoon, of crape were stretched along
ill the streets for more thsn s mile, and
?very business house was closed-the
?tared people vieing with the whites in
heir exfcibition of affection.
? Jail Deliver-' at Ben ne u ?Till e.
The Times says : "All the prisoners
tonfiued io oar jail tonde their escape
sst Thursday morning. Sheriff Easterlin
rent vp into ti e jail for the purpose of
classing one of the prise_erg whose
ime of confinement bad expired. * "
tc entered the door leading into th.
tsasage, one of the prisionera threw him
intently sgsinut the iron bar fastening
.be door and stunned him. While he
rasia this condition made good their
8C0TT, MOSES, & Co., have made i
'new departure," sad tire out io farm i
-able threatenings. They sre evidently
looking ahead-starting the breeze with
which te fill their sails for thc next
muT Ber. T. W. Lema, of the
Methodist Epissopal Church, (North) a
Dative of Massachusetts, and Since the
sar residcot at Charleston, S. C., died
>n Saturday last, atSollivaaa leland.
Bis remains were fellowed to Magnolia
3j an immsnau concourse, mainly of
Ba Mr Cain "on it? SU nation-"
The parson took occasion, in his last
Missionary Record, to look over thc
situation political of the several 8tates,
sad touebes off "our beloved State" in
the following way :
"South Carolina-Polities ia this
State have been abandoned by all hon*
sst people ; none but u ?caUavagt,
Radical? sad Niggers" take any interest
ia the metter, aili decent white people
ire engaged is stealing cotton, and
cheating negroes, oas ol their stealings,
From the Plaoutioas. The rest have
stole all the State Stocks sod Bonds,
Rail Road and Bank'Billi i n this Huts.
The " Ku Klnx," are doing all the real
interesting basinets in the State, in the
political lins .just now. What new
combinations will be evolved time alone
will reveal ; there being no Elections to
come off in this State for some time yet.
We presume that Ute magnates are rca?
ti-g gloriously ou their trophies gained
ibrotijcb a long series of prosperous
expeditions, sad inoorsions on the peo?
ples panes sod taxable property. We
trait the fature developetaents of the
sages ot mioipubtioD-.
Jf OTT I CE?
of tba Sowifc-Corelia* Lead and
Acas EXT ?9 Ken? Bntwae, )
cwtMtoii, s. ct, Sap*, ian. ;
Ta? Seats-CaraHaa Lead ani IsssaigraUee
ssaodatits, bax ta infer* tMroaaaevlbmlsat
Grass aofraeeniie* that ike arevelUag farer ia
OTtarlettoa assy pnxtnea Interruption te tkair
teeiaeat, whiea tistr } refrenad fury mtufaetovQj
ap ba tbU tim?, sod tte tqrpeeribflity of bann j
ito Sra ?tas Seale, aaa, tat?Weat of the Yellow
jasnj La ?ela Ott r, -??aid ?tsj wnfally eaaoaaet
stOsetrsewoa? rsa*ta? taysjsj wttl aeaeet
seatd aaiU (ar 0?a Jen?arv, iSrl
This asstf oa ?est so tar frats betti aar
letrkaaat te oar awfS Hat of Tkkat-a.ldm, lt
tn abt?tete purratei stat lt ?!H aeehir .!/ taxa
plata al ile sans naatsd, ?rad ?fords ea opporta
itt* to taeaeaa-i ?f <nr frleed* tbrouf neat iii*
9eata>.vee wart tax ieee te ?ware, tfefcats, Sai
?trea-aUa.todoie, aa?l (aar Std leaUss*
freta. tba ?& ott J*ix Croft. Kms\*ni}r,
Boarder si -
1. r. BALSBVST.'. IL*.
;'8VjetBS ftfRHRT? OCTOBS? ?
: - COTTON;
" orarkftt-b? been r?ry steady rince kat]
' Sales'895 Bales at 16} to 17i
SHIPMENTS AS FOLLOWS*
. New York 555, Chsriestan Ul, Bal door*48. j
Total #4 balts.
Tbe tpecfal rstos-oi?rtigbr oa Cottee ara ca ly
?DforeeetSnraler,?ws'cncstor and Kingsville.
? ?y> - f .; uaSto - v - .
BACON-C. R Bides,' n@!2o;-rghiars. WltcT
FLOOR-per bbL $8.?0@*12.Cfa..
COFFEE^-Java, 35@40 ; Lagnayra, 8?; Ble,
SUGAR-P- B. 12}; C. 16; B. lft; A. 161;
RAGGING-Varions Branda, 26*92?.
HEW YORK.-CCTTO*, ita". Gold, IlegV
BALTIMORE.-COTTOJt, 1S}<?18S. .
VILM INMOTON.-C?TTorr, ll.
Sumter Fire Engine Co
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
Year Company will be held at Barine Honae,
this [Wednesday] evening,' OeU *, 1871, at 8
o'clock, P. M.
A ponetnal attendance is requested.
By order of President
' E. C. OREEN,
M. 0. Rn-raraana, Secretary.
Oet 4 "
OPEN IN Gr
MillifiCEy and Fane/ Goods.
MISS E. D. BRITTOK,
Respeetfally iori les ber friends and the ?ora?
ra unit- at large to call and exits ?ne Ber
Beautiful Stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods]
FALL AND W?NT?JR.
Fi?ving personally selected ber foods with
cere, and tbe stock bei o g larger than
erer before, sb? cae not fail to
please those who will gi TS ber a
She designs baring a
ON WHICH TO
DISPLAY THE FAS fl ? ? $ S j
The Ladies particniarly are invited to attend j
Opening, Commencing 11th Oct
aben the Goods and Fashions will be displayed
Haring ?applied herself with Pattern* frons
Buitcrich, of New York, drese-e.will be made or
?nt and fitted to order at partons may desire.
Alto Patterns will be kept oa band for sele,
K*h as BASQUE, OVE h SKIRTS, GORED
SKIRTS, OR ?iHER PATTERNS.
Oct i-_ 2?
And all Family and Plantation Sapplita. j
Bologna Sausage,*Beef Tongues. |
Candies. Nuts. Baisins, Citron, Carrants,
Jellies, Pickles, Canned Goods,
GUAVA Jelly. As, A?.
5,000 FINE SEGABS t
Large aesortwent of LAMPS and FIXINGS,
Bwrucrt, Chtaineys, Safety Tules, ?rc.
Can't fail te please tad tait yow.
FAMILY WEEKLY SUPPLIES, delivered ?
in any part of town ERSE OF CHARGE.
COTTON PURCHASED AT HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE, OR SHIPPED AND 1
CA;-H VALUE ADVANCED.
DOST ? O it G Et SO CALL JN.\
J. S. S?m. AGEST,
o<o ? - .
? ? ? ? '? ?.
Fall and Winter Stock.
D. J. WINN, Agent,
Nov baa in Store a Large and Careful- j
ly selected Stock of
Fall and Winter Good?
WHICH BB GUARANTE? AS REPRE?
SENTED. SUCH AS
C LO TH IS G-Fin?. Medite awi Cf ?ta,
Cloths and Ca sri sn ?res,
Fin? Let Tweeds,
Gloves and Cravata,
whieb.be pledges himself te ?eli lew fer eash
Pet. ?. _ - ._.
IN oatdWt lethe -?ate af tba Jadge af Pu?
bate, ofSusett? Ceatty, X wUI atfi, at pabHa
?action, at tba Ute stride*-* of John toaders,
dseeeeed, for *e?hTea SAT ORD AT, THE Slat
PAY OF .OCTOBER* last* hetveea ia andi
o'doeh, tbe flowing -?Seeaal aieperty pf tba
Irtatt af Jete. Uti fetTilttMtt,11 mjR
1 Bay Mare Mule, '
1 FOOT Hone Wagon,
1 Bureau, -
2 Mabagatsy Tabiea,
The attention of the Ladies is
. called to my stock of
which ia quality and style is
In Great Variety*
at all prices.
SHEETINGS, LONG CLOTHS.
at very low prices.
A Large and Foll Stock of
which will be disposed of
xor F?M V?SB, m??
A. A. SOLOMONS,
C0RS5R ICAOT AKP LISXRTT ITS.
Oat 4_ ?
The State of Sonto Canltea.
co?iHfir cir 43nitCK?. ;
mMMtrW, Si ??JP. ? I ;
DtHi?r S. B?4*,SlAarf ~
Davit Mt Amgmm, Wt . .
wife, inter -awn?, ccfy swpm.
Wi wIVMI OwTlft ?
mt tifie GM Mmn? I
. mm? ?m&mCk?* wm i
IR?EN, WALSH & fl
Would ask the attention of their nu Die rout
jp^l??ncls and Customers to their
?OVT TO, AND THING IN THE DIFFERENT LINES OF
''-fEEaB:-*-??01)S 54#B BEEN BOUGHT WITH CARE, IN A LOW MARKET,
TOKfBE SOLD \. .
^ O W O Irl O -A. S H !
' os ? -. J. . . ?' ______ _, - , "
Mr Mit OR imo /ii tm mm i
GREEN, WALSH & CO.,
J " '; ' CORNER MAIN AND UBERTY STREE
Oct* , ,_
?ad inri* tb? tp^U? attention af BUYERS, te
?ar bv_o end -eH blotted auortaeat of
Si_gle Sole Brogans.
Fioe Calf Dress Boots.
Hear- Kip Boote.
Winter Calf ?aitow.
Ladies HiRh Cot Boots,
j Morocco, Kfd aod Cloth, both Battened
WS ARE 1OCEIYING OUR
SLIPPERS fKid and Morocco.)
Bed rooo and Parlo? Shippers.
O?dfeehioaed Pranelh aod Morocco.
Th? Lefest Styles of
Ladies Boots sad Slippers, for Wedding?
sod Parties !
Children sad Infants Shoes and Slippers
all Cut* and Colors.
Baja* Boole, Shoes aad Garters.
India Rooter Over Shoes and Stn dak !
Hear- Sol? Leather! French Calf Shins
aad FtadiagB af ererj description, ail
of which we offer for
LOW fttttt Af WROtfSU. AM RETAIL,
. '.it "tii I. * Urtu
Wa pay speefel atteatwo to Retail Or?
ders by Ital?, sec?nrpaaied bj the
cr ?& Reference!
DUDLEY 4 ELLIS,
Soleaes ors to G. & C. Bradley,
SIGH OF THE BIG BOOT!
Removed to North Front St.
__________ ?_ l____?_i^________w ___? "
SASH, r-?DtDS _ DOORS,
JOS. B, RUSSELL, W.H. BET HE A,
?V WigletiV?. C. Of Marloo, S.C,
Joa B. auisell & Co,
General Comm jua on Merchants,
WILMING TON, N. tt
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID i
1TOJH? aa?a,rf. ?AVAL STORKS,
r^^?CW abd other eooatry,
Libera! Adr&asas atada mm
Fall 1 Winter
AKT EXTENSIVE ASSORT
MEST OF GOOD?,
IK EVES Y LIKE,
Just Received at
And now ready fer Side
as Kow as ?my
House in the placa
GIVE us ATRIAL
IAS, i MOISE & ii
MST BLACK SEED OAT8,
For Fall Planling.
M ':'* -. . .' r - j
br". '?.' < . - .*
? j i . - S. . - , . -. - '
Chas, TL Moise & Co.
^ H. GESEKE,
pr^HAKflE OJ TB? B?Ai?Ca Off ICI
?V. Kty* Fk?Ut?tfylkin BeSfmu hut?
^^^^^^^ ^^t^to^AtB^tt Http Osto^iT 7>
Tbc only reliable Gift I>iitributi.>n ?ai
IN TA LT AB LS Clf]
TO ra Bi*Tam.rr.?ni
L. D. SINS
lMad REG ULAR HO S TE IX
?* To ba dc?wn Mondar, Xor. 271a, BU
TWO G Ii AND CAPITALS OF
$5,000 each in Greenba
Two Prix?? f l.MO = :
Pira Prix?? $4*0 -= j
Tan Prices SIM ? \
?BOLE SUM BER OP CASH GIFTS,!*
1 Ilona k Borfgj, ??tb ?Mlror-moaateiia
On? Frne-toaod R?acwrmd Piano, watt I
Tan Vasily Sawing Machia?, - . ?wai
Pira llearj Canad Gold HBO ting Witta'
Hoary Gol? Chain?, worth $3M tai '
Fir? Gold American Hunticj* Watta?, r
$125 ead?. Ton Ladie?' Gnid IlsnUarV
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