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TWHM MANNIN~G TIUES.
WEDNESAL JUNE 29. 1887.
-ULRS OF sU.ScirfION:
One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at
-he Er.piration of Sir Months.
Advertibment.-Per Square, first in
EaVc ;ubsequent 'rtion. 50c.
Z antract Advertising at reduced
Rev. Mr. Porter, the Methodist
minister at Foreston, will preach in
Summerton this evening, Wednesday.
The Board of County Commission
ers were in session Monday. Only
routine business was transacted. The
Board will meet again on July 20th.
Miss Sallie Levi won first honor in
her class at St Joseph's Academy.
Her friends are proud of the distinc
tion she 1as acquired.
Growing in public favor! The
Manniigr Guard Cigar. Oh! so v.
Manning can vie with "Old Erin"
in its Irish potato crop. Eveiy body
here raises 1rish potatoes to superflu
ity and everybody eats them.
Miss Zula Skinner, was one of e
graduates from the Greenville Female
College this year.
Mr. D. T. Legg left again for Ten
nesseelast Thursday, whither he!
gone to purchase stock. He will re'. .
about September with a drove o'
horses and mules.
The only sermon preached in town
Sunday, was by the Rev. H. M. Mod
in the Methodist Church inIthe mwer
ing. Rev. Mr. McDowell was ahs. at
on account of the continued illnes- of
his aged mother. There was no spr
vice at night, Mr. Mood being indis
Mr. M. Levi has arranged with Mr.
Carr, an experienced architect of Sum
ter, to erect a handsome residence in
front of his present dwelling. This
building, when finished, will be an or
nament to the town and county.
The greatest friend the Tnms boasts
of, is a little white kinky haired dog.
He follows the editor around, goes
home with him, and when dinner is
announced, departs immediately to
the parental home. Thoughtful dog!
With the exception of Sunday
School in the afternoon, the Methodist
church will be closed n:ext Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Mood will be absent attend
ing the District Conference, which
convenes ill Summerton to-morrow
morning at nine o'clock.
We have several farmers in Man
ning who think their corn crop is
equal to, if not better, than the famous
Foreston corn. For instance, Dr. S.
C. C. Richardson, .B. Pressley Barron,
Esq.,-and Mr. W. Ki. BelL
Hattie Murray, wvas convicted last
Saturday evening, in the Trial Justice
Court, of an assault and battery .on
Anna Tisdale. She was sent to jal
for thirty days. Both parties are col
The Sumter Advance says, that the
beautiful nag Mr. W. M. Grahafa has
been exhibiting to admiring, and per-1
haps envious eyes for some time, has
been bought by Mr. Mitchell Levi, of
The store of Mr. R. M. Welch, of
Fulton, in which was kept the Fulton
Postoffice, was burnt on the morning
of the 24th instant. The entire stock
and contents, amounting to $800 were
destroyed. There was no insurance.
The fire is supposed to be accidental.
This is the second time within eighteen
months that Mr. Welch has been
burned out. He has the sympathy of
his friends in this his second serious
The Rev. Mr. Hardin, Missionary
and Colporter, of the Santee Associa
tion, will preach at the Manning Bap
tist Church next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. He will remain several
days, and while in town will be glad
to furnish all kinds of bibles at actual
cost, and other good books at small
The Sunday School will be reorgan
ized at 10 o'clock. All parties inter
ested will please be present at that
We have been unable to gather av
inuformation relarive to the rumrnof
t he discovery of what may be alL iron
mine near Oakland, at the lumber
miil of Captain J. A. Meelure. The
Sumter Watchman and .Suthljron sa's:
"Mr. J. A. McClure has left at our of
fice several very fine specimens of iron
ore, which he picked up a few day.s
ago from the above place. Mr. Mc~iere
says that these specimens of iron ore
are as fine and as rich in iron as he
has ever seen.
Orangeburg Times and Democrat :
We regret to learn of the death of
Mr. Sydney C. Loryea, a younger
brother of Mr. J. H. Loryea. This
sad event occurred at the residence
of his brother at St. Matthews oi the
15th instant. He was about twenty
five years old, and was a most excel
lent young man. It is irndeed sad for
one so young to be cut down, but He
who doeth all things well, knoweth
best, and to His will we must bow.
"To-day is grea' w, the fate f
Rome :ind me." I..:..: hkt Friday
aftrnlooD, the occasie . thie lirst aip
pearance of the Mannio' Guards iu
their new uniforics. This auspicious
time Lad been boked forward to for
weks with longing pride by the
Guads, and waited for with iexpectant
interest b: their ftrn a.' Weing
guns, gIlzeeano; L*ayont, and a i
imnowle1g of the military tactics, who
could blame the gentlemen of the
Guards, if they strutted like peacocks
on a balmy spring morning. Con
scious of their paramount importanc,
as the knightly guardians of the peac e
and safety of this huge com!onwealtl,
aware of being the observed of all ob
servers, is it to ba marvelled at that
their gallant hearts bounded with jo. -
ous pride. The citizens of the towr,
including the ladies, turned out en
masse to witness the parade and in
spection. It was most creditable for
a company of the experience of the
Our peogle are justly proud of the
Guards, who pregeut a manly appear
ance to be compared with credit with
any company in the State.
The Guards have arranged to have
a basket picnic at "Vernon," on tlhc
Central Railroad, about 8 miles from1
Manning, on next Wednes lay the Qh
of July. There friends an 1 acunaiut
ances are invited to attend. Arrange
ments wil be made with the Railroadk
to run a special car, leavin. our dep'ot
in the morning and retur::iug in the
evening. The Guards wil: be delighl
ed to have the Connor .iointed Hill. -
men, and Hampton Light Dragoons
join them. A pleasaut, joyous day is
anticipated. It is in the order oI this
&o remember that it is a b.et i)iL
Sponge Cake smoking Tobacco; 10
cents a plug at Dinkins & Co's.
FoRK, June 24, 1887.
Mr. Editor: In my last communica
tion, I statted that we would need
rain as soon as we could rid our fields
of the remains of Gen. Green's scat
tered forces. We were not long in
waiting. Monday ofternoon we had
a small rain which proved the forerun
ner of copious showers, for on Wed
nesday we had a good rain, which was
very general. The corn appeared as
if it ould not possibly stand the
daought many days longer, without
The rain was a doubl" ci:-'o
Not only did it revive ti!e mpsciq when 1
ii came, but it assisted in eiLguish.'
ing an extensive forest lire which has
been raging, doing great damage to
forests and fields of crops, for several t
\Ve would suggest to the mill men, <
that they may yet tind it less expen
sive to stop the fire that they put out,
han to wait 'till it has damaged our
farmers; and then they are very neg
izent in rendering assistance to those
men whose property are being de
stroyed by them.
Two colored men, Lawrence and
Raymond, while plowing for Mr. R. C.
McFaddin, were struck by lightning. I
Lawrence, with the mule he was plow
ing, was instantly killed. Ra mnd,
escaped with an affection in the Lea ,
and his mule was knockA. down but I
soon recovered with no damage.
Mr. Alderman l')st a very' tine mule
ome days since by a tree falling upon
Where's the Fault .
Why is it that your paper has since
winter, failed to arrive on Fridays
ow and then, when due, instead of
in Mondays ? and sometimes not 'till
a week after it is due ? Sometimes
oming via New Zion, and three days
behind time due? ?
Such delays and irregularities are
very annoying to subscribers that
walk to the postoffice! and have to
walk again, to get the news of the
week (past)!! Is it the fault of the
postmaster at Manning ? or of the
route agents to Lanes and to Kings
ree ? or is it at the latter place'?
Mouzon's, Sandy Grove, and New
Zion each having its own mail poucht
from Kingstree, the fault cannot well
be at any of the three postoflices
named above and off the railroad and
connected by semi-weekly buggy
Sm'n GROVE, June 20, '87.
Base Ball-Female Ballists.
SuiERoN, June '27. 1887.
MR. EDITOnR: A poor game of base
ball was played here on Saturday af -
ternoon between the Panola and Cross
Roads clubs. The game was to have
commenced at 4 o'clock, but on ac
count of tardy players, they did not
begin until 5 o'clock, to the great wor
ry of the outsiders. A female club
has been organized at Panola, because
the Pano~ia club would not beat any
other club. The Panola boys couldn't
put up with anything of the kind, so
! ey beat the Cross Roads boys all to
tiiders last Saturday. The attack
will be renewed on next Saturday week
ot 4 o'clock. P. 31. at this place. Boys
do be prompt; play to the time. I!
hear that a "hen-peeked" club is to b.
organized here in a few days. I know
the'll dance to the music,
Ox -rHE WING.
The Advantages or Forecton
Correspondence News and Courier,
.June 21st: Foreston was located thir
'teen years ago by Messrs. Pritchett
& Land as a turpentine station in the
pine forest. Tfhey built a wooden
tranroad to Lanes for their own con
venience and did considerable busi
ness for the public in hauling freights.
In 1881 they sold their tramroad
franchise to the Cenn al Railroad Comn-1
pan of South Carolina. In October1
of loat yeair they recached Foreston:,
with the~ road. fTiere wvere only four
or' live white families. Now there are
hirty withb a populiation 01 three hun
dred. The population~ is mostly white.
'here has never been a case of fever
or chiills that originated here. We
Fhave good church and scbool tibiities.
We have two va e- . tw-> gribt
iills, one, cotton in. r . pentiue
ueviiiage is eight miles fromn Sum
ter -a sen miles from Black River.
are spreuad by contagion, by !he trans. r J
living matter from the skin, the memnil
ols ning of the mouth, nose and throat.
and fron the intestines and urinary orgwxns.
Disinfect promlptiy :id thoromghly with
D~ry's P.ph ybetic Iluid. the great ger:n
lestroyvr. Prof. H. T. LrsTa. of the V: n
l rbilt Ilniversitv, Tenn., s:y:. "As a dis
Iife.tnt and detergent Ilarby's Prophy sd
,e 1li:d is superior toainy preparation with
which 1 :m aen, iuated.
Nr. FEditor, 31.Iso Tows
Please alowt me asmal spa in
our valubel paper, to t.-il your 1
?rs about my visit to F *re n. Z:I
)ha Jane gin te a coopel of d(bz egg.s,
Ind toid in to go up to Xorestol and
y huir 5e coffe, 5e a:tees, 5e soap, "C
read; so I V(nt. and weu git nearly
u1 town, I seed SUM beVr wll con.
Well wei I git in town de traie com
y)ULU up; thar was sia I spose about
ix fine looku"' folksis git of and I
vent to try to by Zilpha Janes thiu'x.
[ find every place plum full of ga: s
md every ono I met:-t was erannug inl
in corn.. So you see the coopel dez
hard to s"1. So you see after
t wile I git Zilpha JaLes mt d
[ started of I gos hImle a; d
ells Zelpha Janc whvat hep me
io long, and every one gs to oro
as jined in the big corn jubile, else
e is noblvd, and we will have to
mcribe for the papers for I no it wIi
e full of big corn iex weak. Crops
s genarly fine; we need rain.
Tours speculy, CoNr.
TarKill Branch, Jun 2, 1887,
In Brier, And To The Point.
Dyspepsia is dreadfol. Disorder
d liver is misery. Indigestion is a
oe to good nature.
TL'e human digestive apparatus is
Me of thme most com plieateu and won
lerful things in existence. It is easi
y put out ot order.
Greasy food, tough food, bad cook
rv, mental worry, late hours. irregu
ar habits, and mauy other things
vhich ougit not. to be, have made the I
iericau people a nation of dyspep
But Green's August Flower has
lone a wonderful work in reforming 1
his sad business and making the
toerican people so healthy that they
!an enjoy their mea!s and be happy.
Remember:-No happiness without
icalth. But Green's August Flower
irings health and happiness to the
lyspeptic. Ask your draggist for a
)ottle. Seventy-five cents.
POETA NASITUL| I03 FiT.
To Tur 3Laoiio Grro.
lanning soldiers, rank and fle,
Ld col,- bearer, tiags crose: upon his arm,
sow sidier boys, keep your eyes right all
Cow como- the rap-a-tap with his aaxen hair
ri full uniform of confederate grev:
ow mind hold guns straight, point them
iom. ao the fence; there's a miistake right
live a comm.and corporal, anything-halt !
Vrapped in gray with hoins and ituttons
new and brigL t;
nd now for the blissfui dreamx of encamp-'
tight about the comamand is given now in
)on't break the line keep <-yes right,
o don't standl like a stone wall by that
live us a cigar (Three cheers for th e Gua'rds
& Ton Waigou scales,
L-on Levers, steel Bearnh'ras
Taro~eam and Deam Box in
VJOES OF BI'NHAUTO
rown's Furniture Store.
D~AN'L BROWN, Proprietor.
WHOLESALE AND) RETAIL
222 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
[ The People of Clarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
ma, Ali this machinery is direct
ro the factory and wvill be sold at
he Factory Prices. It will he'
o the advantage of purchiasers to call
>n me before bung.
W. SCOTT HARVYIN,
MIANNING, S. C
Eeb. 16, 18S7.
Wulbern & Pieper
AND DEALERS IN
Provisions, Liquors, Tobacco, Etc
69o n16 asTBa .,Charledton. S C.
Terms Cash With Order.
Stoves sh-ped from factory including 30
pieces. A ii:at Top $15. No- 7 (Cok Stove
for ;*.. oven. 15lid7. weight220 lbs. A Flat
T : 22, No. 8 Cook Stove for $12, oven
171i, weigb 280 lbs. Warranteed to give
J. 1. AT1f1"MEE, Chester, S. C.
.J. G. Ds:sM. D. R. B. Lor.A
JUDIN S& CO
U8iUC181i AN APOIHEnAu.IES,
the0 God 'Mortar.]
Dru . ciies & Chem11ica11s.
rair.s Oils. Glass.
Perfuw ery. Stationery,
Fanev T oilet Artieles,
Fine Cip rn s and Tol)acco.
and everythin usuailykept in a FmisT
C;,.. Drug Store.
Competit ion We Defy !
.- Our Prices are as LOW as
those of Charle ston or Sumter, or any
town in the Sta te.
Paints, Oils, and Glass.
We are noa fully stocked with
Paints, Oils, (Tlass, Putty, Paints,
Bmsbes, Varnis des. &c., which we are
selliig at the lo, vest prices.
STILL Ii THE LEAD!
"THE MANNIE* GUARD CIGAR."
The Best 5. Gents Cigar in
-WE AI.E A' ENTS FOR
A Sure and Compi e.:e Cure for
Fever and Agne.
Liver Complaints, etc.
75 Cents per P-ottle.
.a Prescriptio ns carefully coM
ounded by day oi - Might. _isa
J. G DINK.[NS & CO.
F. N. Wilson,
INSURAN CE AGEN T
IANNI ,G, S. C.
MOISE & HUGGINS,
Attornej s at Law,
Maunil ig, S. C.
Office South of 4ourt House.
Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. C.
IgrNotary Pab] ic with seal.
J. E. S;COTT,
Attorney and Co unsellor at Law,
Cmc. AJ:~ ':..o~n COMPi'~.A r.tl
17 NoZ1h LtLo St.-- ii assc1phia, Pa,
Protect Your Eyes!
,jo'ED DI Ago
EYE GLASS ES'
PMT JULY1Z* 1879.
MR. H1. HIRS CHBERG
The well-known Optician . of 107 N. Fourth
Stret, sider P'lanters 10 ~mwe St. Louis,
has anointed J. G. DID :XINS & CO., of
MANNING, S. C.. as Agen t for his clebrat
ed Daond Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
Thse Glasses are the grea- est invention ev
er made in Sp~eetacles. Il y a proper con
struction ot the Lens a per son purchasing a
pair of those Non-Changeai >le Glasses never
has to ebange these Giasseot from the eyes,
and ~very pair purchased are guaranteed,
so tha: if they ever leave ti te eyes (no mat
ter how rusted or scratched the Lenses are)
they will furnish the part:y with a new pair
of Glasses free of charge.
J. G. DINIi S & CO.
has a full assortment, and invite all who
wish to satisfy themselves c V the great supe
riorit of these Glasses over any and all oth
r nw in use, to call and e tamine the same
J. G. DIN] INS & CO..
Druggists.: :na Opticians,
Golden Grain Whiskey!
T HE PURE PRODUCT OF THE CHOICEST GRAIN, CAREFULLY!!
Tselected frcL from the harvest, and distilled by an improved process.
Rich and Natural Grain Flavor, Bright Color, and Smooth. Relishsome Taste,
preserved in perfection. Wholeso!r as a beverage, en'etual as a tonic, in
fallible as a Restorative, and peeri, ;or Family use; alwaS uniform at the
standard of excellence.
No. 102 EAST 78ru S-nurr,
NEW YORK, Ocrouin ir, 1880.
W. A. SINCLIAIR, Eso.-Dear Sir-In answer to your note of this date,
asking me wbat liqor is best for your uso, I would say that I now recomn
mend the "GOLDEN GR AIN WHISKEY," to all of my patielts. I haveI
fully tested it, and know it to be perfectly pure, of fine 11avor, and altogether
superior to any otler bramd that I have met with.
Yours truly, J. ft L.'A"NE, M.D.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
S, WOLKOVISKE, Agt.
The Finest Liquors, Segars, and Tobacco, Dispeised at
THE MANNING SALOON, at Ciharleston Prics.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES GROCERIES!
.A~t the LoC>vvest P-erices.
Candies and Confectioneries.
IFIR S= acl M:1ULE1
Ladies' and M iscs' MILLINERY GOOD inj
Mrs. Edwards' THEPLACE!
Evervthing Sold at the Cheapest Prices.
B L UE JEANailS.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT, BE SURE THAT YOU GET IT.!
Venable's Blue Jeans.
--Made of Finest Old
P@ Every Plug Guaranteed to Please, or Money will be Re
funded. For sale by M oses Le-vi.
Feb. 2. '87
NORTH-EASTERN R. R. CO. OF S. C.
T.AINS ( U S0UTL i,
No 15, No. 23. No. 27.
Dated May 1st, 1887. Old No. 42. 1 Old No. 48. Old No. 40.
Daily. Daily. Daily.
Leavo Florence ............ 6 2o P.3. 6 )50 A. M. 1 30 A. xt.
Leave Kingstree .......... 7 3 . 8 00 2 30 "
Leave Lanes................ 800 833 250
Arrive Charleston ........... 0 00 11 00 5 00
No 53 runs solid daily, except Sunday, anid No. 55 Sunday only, from Columbia to
Charleston, via Sumter and Lanes, leav in Columbis 5.27 p. m., arrive Charleston 9.45 p m.
TINSIV GOI)NG3 SOUTH.
No. 78. No. 66. No.62.
Od No. 47. Old No. 43. Old No. 45.
Daily. Daily. Daily.
Leave Charleston............ 12 2 A. 3r. ........... 3 55 P.M.
Leave Lanes................ 2 5 A. . 848 1 6 15 "
Leave Kingstree............ 3 10 908G 33 "
Arrive Florence ............ 420 " 1028 " 750 "
No. 66 connects at Florence withtrain from Wadesboro and all points on C. & D. and
C & S. Railroads.
No. 52 leaves Charleston daily, except Snnday, 7 00 A. M., and runs solid to Columbia
via Lanes and Sumter, arriving Columbia 10 55 A. 31. No. 54 leaves Charleston Sundays
only at 8.45 A. M., arriving Columbia 3 ! P. M.
Nos. 15, 23 and 27 make connection at Ashly Junction with C. & S. R. R. for Savannah
and Florida points.
Nos. 78, and 15 run solid to Wilmington. N. C., making close connection with W .&
W. R. R. for Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, and all posts North.
J. R. KENLY, JNO. F. DIVINE, T. M. EMMERSON,
Sup't Trans. Gon'l Snp't. - Gen'l Passsnger A gt
I'WITH BUTTONOLE -M
A ~ V
Registration Notice. S. HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
I will be at the Court House (Clerk's of- 139 3Ii-rNG ST2ZET, Charleston, S. C.
t, Sole, Agenits For
fice), the first Monday in every month, STARKE'S DIXIE LOUGHS,
allow persons coming of age since the last
election to Register and to attend to other AVERY & SON'S PLOUGHS
ofiilb Vies DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER
official business. rIUOS
S. P. HOLLADAY,DANDR JT
.P.HLLADY Iron Age Harrows and Cultivators, Roman
Supervisor of Registration, Clarendon Plough Stock, Washburne & MoemnS
County. P. 0. addres-, Panola, S. C. Galvanized Fence Wire, Cham
pion Mowers and Heapers.
Ii n BAN D
Follin B ros., WATSONS TURLI!:.NTINE TOOLS
Mnufactured in Favettteville, N. C. Every
CIIA R LESTOX, s. 'V2 Sb.C.ibonte vilrabe
TonAcco, C ns, ECAlso Dealers In
Sole agents for the celebrated GENERALTUAADWARE,
brands of tobacco- Hoop Iron, Horse and Mule Shoe,, W
LL-c IF, an inarCooje,-tools, ' Miners
GOLD BARS, Pries made on application.
BUCK, At ey and Counsellor at Law,
139 MlTrro Sa ing, s. C.
SAN''EE. Feb. 25
eorge W S teffens
[ESTABLIHED 1T832.A WIOLEALE G OCE,
Auction and Commission Mercsant and
IsaacM. Lovea, LIQUOR DEALER.
Isaac . Lor ea 1 Galvase Fenc Charles, C.Bi
LOUIS COHEN & COionMower and thKelb etdrapers.
Any rder inuste tomeMillueceie; re od n Fayotein, NC.thing,
my best personalsattntion.aPriceseandnd
ISAAC M. LGENERALCHARDWEO,S.G
Sciatica, Scratche%, Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains, X3eles,
Rheumatism. Strain, r
Burns, Stitches, HoAf2
calds, Stiff soints, screu*
tings, Backace, Woris,
Bites, Galls, Swinney,
Bruiser, Sores, Saddle6M
Bunions, Spavia Pils.
THIS COOD OLD STANDeBY
accomplishes for everybodyexactlywhat iselaimrt
forit. One of the reasons for the greit popularity rX
the Nustang Liniment is found In its univeren i
applicability. Everybodyneedssuch amedicne,
The Lumberman needs It In cae of accidant.
The Housewife needs It for generalfamfly usei
The Canalerneeds it forhlsteamiand his men.
Vhe Mechanic needs It alwasp oc hL worit
The HinerneedsIt incase of emergeney. . -
The Pioneerneedsit-csn'tgetaIongwlthout !
The Farmer needs it In his honse,.his stabl
and his stock yard.
The Steamboat man or the Boatan need
It In liberal supply afloatand ashore.
The Horse-fancier needs it-It Is bis ea
friend and safest reliance.
The Stock-growcr needs it-4t will save hni
housands of dollars and a world of trouble.
The Railroad man needsIt and wil need it rd
ong as hislife is aroundof aceldentsand dangers.
The Backwoodsman needsit. There isnot"
Ing like it as an antidote for the dangers to l11.
imb and comfort which surround the pioneer.
The Merchant needs Itabout his storeamon-4
his employees. Accidents will happen, and wneit
these come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted atonce;
Keep a Bottle Inthe House. 'Tis the bestvt
Keep aBottle In the Factory. Itaimmediat
se In case of accident saves pain and loss ofwaget
Keep a Bottle Always In the Stable for
se when wanted.
Fast Line between CaH rmro ANr
CoLBIA > UArD a SoU CAorm.
on Wzsv-r Gon;GEAs
7.20 A. it. Lv. Charleston, S. C. A.91 .i
8.40 " 'Lanes, " 74
9.33 " ! Sumter, " 6.42
[0.40 Ar. Columbia, "Lv 527
3.02 P. x. Winnsboro, " 3.48
4.38 " Chester. " 2.45
6.05 " Yorkville, " 145 A
7.0 " " Lancaster "
2" r 7.40
6.30' " anres, " " 6.2~
4.47 Andeson, v 5 1.22
6.33" I" IVaiall, " " .20"
_____ HndesonlNC :" 7.00A
5 C0,:3 A. MIL 2.02
G.15 " "Charlotte, N. P. . 1.00
.2.48 Tr'Ar.s Neber~ ary, stG. aL d 3
.:r0 t" p a urene , odn Fis Cla1s A~
4.47 " Anerson ". E 10.22
5.35 " Greeevlle ''s .46 "
Wholes" ale harllas, "o. 3 & 8.2
ale ., 8.45A.gM, arri Cins, oe i
Spries, Bruses Essenti. O.i.., .uv
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mban. S. articl Po as attachefon d t
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-rcs ntohsens holdjacnFt Clu~as G
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whatverwor ma been'usteds..Agem.
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