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CURRENT NOTES AND COMMNKTS.!
A million-pound bank note is kep't at I
the Bank of England.
A \\ extern circus mnager says ilt
tent-show business is on the decline.
There is a man in Hartford who his
worked at forty-.ix differcrt trades.
A Florida grower has a Northern con
tract for three tois of wIteraelon seccds.
-The dog tax adds :3.000 a year to
C'nelt ctiCtt's treasIuiry.
Pigottrv and .To P-gott have
1:e n adided to parliamentary English.
-A Hungarian woman lately had a
sneezing spell which la.sted twenty-toir
--I claim a pension." wrote a solier
recntiv to Gen. Black. -or vertigo got
in chasing Lee."
-A head of cabeage grown by o
Berry. near Pensaceia. i.. measured
twenty-tive inches in diametcr.
Henry George is in big luck in Eng
land. The London Tims is jumpeig
on him with all four of its feet.
If President Harrison doesu't work
that axe faster there is going to be a
famine in the army of the outs.
More than twenty million acres of
land in Washington Territory, or nearly
one-half the whole area, remn"i unsur
When the Samoan commission meets
their tirst business ought to be to give
us an authoritative ,-peilin-g for azi
Russian statesmen, from Count Toisici
down, are aiding in the organization of
societies for the prevention and sup
pression of inebriety.
A one-thousand-mile submariie ear>! e
is to be laid from Banjoewangie to West
ern Australia to avoid interruption from
-There are 5,530 lawyers in New
York city, whose aggregate fees and in,
comes amount to soIet h ing over : ,
0040 a year.
-The thirteen C'anadi:n abinet of
fleers receive $105,000 a year, while the
eight Cabinet officers of the t'nited
States receive $64,000.
--Samuel Cummings of Boston. while
leaning against a rail in his grain ixillt
"began sneezing, and sneezed so hard
he dislocated his shoulder."
--The Michigan Legislature has passK
a bill which gives the women of Det-on
the right to vote for school inspector.
beginning with the election this sijring.
-The Chilian government has issued
a decree prohibiting the immigration of
Chinese into the republic.
Iowa farmers raised enough corn last
year to pay off all the farm mortgages in
that State, and leave a balance of 100,
000,000 bushels for feed and Seed.
London has an electric omnibus. It
carries twelve, and it is said that it can
be guided with accuracy and case by any
man with intelligence enough to drive
In the German city of Frankfort there
is an old baker's shop in which succes
sive generations of dough workers have
carried on their trade since the year
In speaking of the cider clause in the
State law a Boston man says that an or
chard in Massachusetts is a good deal
like self-righteousness, the more you
have of it the worse you are off.
A rich pauper, George Cook, aged 70,
an inmate of the poor house at Craw
fordsville, Ind., was Friday discovered
to have $6,628. more than half of it in
gold, hidden in a box under his bed.
Australia has just made to a projected
railroad agrant of 16,000,000 acres, or
20,000 acres a mile. The grant to the
Pacific railroads in this country
amounted to about 6,400 acres per mile.
- -Pawnbrokers of Boston are op
posed to a recent order of the police
board of that city that licensed pawn
brokers shall report daily a description
of articles purchased er taken in pawn
and of the persons pawning.
-Postmaster General Wanamaker was
recently asked for an expression of his
views on the prohibition question. He
said: "There is only one side to the pro
hibition question, and that is the right
side-constitutional amendment. I am
in favor of it first, last and all the
-A fashionable young womar- in New
York has undergone a remarkable sur
gical operation, long and painful, by
which her tip-tilted nose became an or
gan of pure Grecian design.
..-Testimony in a recent suit brought
by Harris.Goldi, of Philadelphia, to obtain
wages due him, revealed the fact that he
had been employed to make trousers for
ninety cents a dozen, or seven and a half
cents a pair.
--Saloon keepers in Grass Valley.
Cal., lately organized a "trust" and
raised the price of beer to ten cents a
glass. Last week a new-comner opened
a new saloon, and, with the beverage at
five cents, did a land office bnsmness
until the "trust" made it wvorth his
while to leave town.
-While nickel 3-cent pieces are ex
tremely scare, it is a curious fact that
they are freely found among the plate col
lections of some churches each Sunday.
it is supposed that in the dim religious
light of the churches the donors mistake
them for dimes.
--The resignation of Senator Chace of
Rhode Island has aroused much curi
ositv. It is now said that when the
Senator found money had been cor
ruptly used by his friends to eieet him
he only remained in the chamber long
enough to protect the i~rpuibliean nia
-George W. C'hilds of P'hilAelphia
will peirmit the nse of the hat-p that
belonged to the Irish poet, Thomas
Moore, at the Scotch-Irish C>?: gress to
be heldt at Columbia. Tenn., on May S
-Jesse G rant, a son of the; lit e ex
President Grant, i< said to Legrowing
rich in California, where he~ is farming
on a large seale. lIte Is app::rently s:s
fied with his choice ot a car--jr, for ihe
says he has little interest in pa:lties, ami
never expec-ts to be anyina:g hma
In a sermon at Sacramni.zl tae ti:er
(lay, Rev. Sam .Jones oa'em!t -:i
fornians by giving~ a dec:: int oft
gentlemn~;t, which excluded-aUp-pr
o~f his male auditors. lie sa * -- yu
have money in your pockets :m-l r-efuse
to give anything, get up -ne' v yu
seat to somebody who wilnl ---om
thing. or you ate no gentleman. '! re
taine-d in their sea-ts.
-Mrs. (Claia Foitz of San 'i - (,Ca.
is presidient of the Sain Fl '.- m1d D
sert Land an~d W'ater Comnpnmwhl
has undertaken to dam S~mapn R~ oive-r
for the purpose of irrigating g t nmett
land. Mrs. Foltz also paarci--s la~w.
and will soon begin thme pubil~iato
of the Desert Pioncir.
-A train of seven Pulhuan sleeper
jumped a broken rail oni the Pennsylva
tna Railroaud, near Altoona, last week,
and after running on the ties for several
hundred feet. regainedi the track again
and went dashing along without any
dem1:: ge The train was running at the
rta Ic t thirtv-Iive miles an hour.
--Mrs. Fr-ank 0-0 ady, whtile playing
tie'10, Engtand, as she waited n the
wings. stooped to let another actor pass
upol thle st:C, and in so doing ran into
her ehe.r. a knitting needle that she was
holding in her hand. She died from the
wond:t a Iw hours laIter.
-It is told out in Indiana that in
ti( a dinner Was given m Madison
Counmv and thirteen men sat at te
table. Gove'rnlor Williams,~ wh w0~as
one of the thirteen. ealled attention to
the fatal nmniher, and there was cons -
ertable fun made of the superstition. To
day hut three of the thirteen are alive.
-Frnk M. Perry and Miss Kate Bur
roughs of Bridgeport, Cont:., were mar
ritd list week after a courtship of
neal' thirty years. The loug delay
was caus'd be a provisionm in tie will o
?1i s i-s rroug'us's fat her disinherit ingz her
i. ex--s itmarried Mr. Perry. Aer
lt i ti : for nearly thirty years she
c ansul& a lawy'er, who p]roniised to
1d at way out of the dinieulty. and she
coneel.:ed to take the risk.
The Pickens Lynchers.
liYow. is given an open letter to the
einzeas of the State. prepared by the
e 'Ia:ittte appointed at a recent meeting
o coored people in Columbia. to take
at:ion1 luing to the securing of exeen
T 4i- e1 ener In the ease of the two
cr,>ed me : sentenced to death for par
til':tuig ii the Pickens lynching:
Cou'tma, S. C.. March 1 , 1S89.
i8t tti s of th~e state:
a few dlays ago we published the pro
eedings of a meeting held in this city to
take into considerati'.n the Piekens
Co'itv lvneihing and the death sentence
pr~ooun'red upon two of the lynehers.
Hiarrison li1-yward and William C.
We so distributed eirenltr letters
ttroub'hFut the State 1 prtli nent men,
; -kinr t heir aid and imimediatte act ->n
inl: hi a ptition drawn up :mlad tre
s.ti frill thel pardon of these mon.
ereling that we have done all that we
coild possiily (do 1I(erpresing eiretmn
stalees, we now make this, our last an
peal. and in so doing we thank ur
friends of the press and ask a little more
of their kindness, and urge upon those
who would like to assist us to lose no
time as the day fir execution is near.
\While we are aware that under con
nin law lynehing is punishable, we will
not attempt to repeat all that has been
solid] upon this (1isagreeable. barbarous
and revolting practice in our State,
which we were not the first to introduce.
We will always strive, as good citizens,
to uphold the strong arm of the law, to
be vigilant and not to allow this curse to
plague the inventors.
All that we can say for it: 'Twill be re
corded for precedent" only with the
lowest order of our community. who
have no regard for the law of God or the
law of the land.
Dat in this particular case we cannot
cliose our eyes. or let our tongues be
silent. Let us be men in the matter.
Though we cannot divine the final result
of our labor, suffice it to say that a
calm, dispassionate, dignified and just
consideration wil be given to it.
The short space of time prevents us
giving names and necessary information
as fast as we would like to, but do not
let this cause any delay in forwarding
petitions: much remains to be done.
Then let every good-thinking citizen in
terest himself. The day for execution
is April 5th, 1SS9.
Hoping that our effort to press this
master upon all may do some good, we
calmly await your action.
'Jon.x A. BARRE,
Chairman of Committee.
Sons of the Revolution.
William 0. McDowell of Newark, N.
J., Chairman of the Society of the Sons
of the Revolution, has addressed the fol
lowing letter to Governor Richardson.
NEwaRK, N. J., March 16th, 18S9.
Goernor John P. Richardson, Colum
Mv DetAn StR: Enclosed please find
copy of a resolution adopted at the last
meeting of the "Society of the Sons of
the Revolution of New Jersey,"
also a copy of the con
stitution and by-laws of the society.
Ou- committee have to-day mnvited
through the press of your State de
scendants of Revolutionary ancestors to
communicate with us. and we desire, if
nossible, to obtain a convenient room in
vhich to call a meeting to organize a
sister society in your State.
As the object of the society is purely
patriotic, the cherishing of memories
that are dear to every American heart,
we take the liberty of asking you, if
there is no law to the contrary, if you
would place a room in the Capitol at
our disposal for this meeting, and if you
cannot do this you will do the society
the favor of obtaining a room for them.
We would like t o have the meeting take
place, if possible, during this month.
that your St ate society when organized
can be renresenled at the centennial
cclebraition of the inaugurattoa of
Georg~e WAashington as first President of
the United States.
A Stupid S .ory Disposed Of.
Ric'axo\D, Va., March 19.--The stu
pid story started in New York and sent
ovr the country to the efieet that a
rupture hadl occurred between Mrs.
melle RivTes-Chauler and her husband,
LI th t a eparat:on had taiken plaice,
se'atirely witho~ut foundation. M*r.
C'hanher returned fromo Europe. a fev
wees goan immuediately joinedl his
wfe at' Castle ili11. Mr. and Mrs. Chan
1er are nowI' in Washington. Th~ey will
oto Castl.e Hj!L, the home of Mrs.
C ,auler's father, where, after remaining
a few days, accomipamed by Mrs. A. L.
R iv te h~dyt's mother, they will come
hea:ndsed a shoit time with friends.
Fro her they will go to New York,
a - :i fr t bene< to Pars on May:I I.
A. Horrible Outrage.
Thir a. m armied with poles formed
n i ht :md coe(I Jl eight tramps to
rn' betwe theI l~ lines and take thle blowVs
te had on. "'The tramps were tuu
eriulye ~ whipped," says the disptch,
te blood. trickling fron- nimmy of them
y te time" they reached the end of the
-auntle.' Their olienase was an *"in
su''~lun i m::n toII womeni." It is alldd
'1. "e:-:.as rally appljrove th
an***in'' ' 1.* in cm itm'' the 'A n-a
men't ot aI lot 1f :nen out oa work,' whose
(dent o,(cured i a Sotherni' State there
wouhi' have be.:n a great (utcry over it.
Less MIoney and MIore Sense.
The l't tdharg girl whVio married tti
tiiain cont shIou~t a yearl ago) is comlingt
hm.. ha:m:*n pruai'ed a dlivore'e froma
he :i' iled hu !sband. 11cr experiieee
csr her :8100.000i. Shel h-ts l-ss moneyb
uo t1an >h - inrmnetly had.. but she
MATTERS IN MARION.
Joe James, the Convicted Parricide-The
Coming Court-Other Matters.
MARION, March 1.- S_:':ial to The
le'ister. i-There are seveeiin prin
ers in the Countv ijil. hii'e (f these
ar' ftoim the new ('ountv of lion'nee
ser'i; sentn ice. ileven :Ie :witinlt
t rild 111 t d etlrt to C" iiiV at' hi'l't' nex
Monday, aiiid two are front IDadlington.
One of these is .1. W. .Janes, who ws
sentenced by the recent ('olrt at Har
lington to be hanged on Jutne 2,"t, for
the murder of his fatiher. James wx
seen and interviewed by THE iFiit i"Eit
corre sMpondelt to-day. When I arrived
at the jail he Wis comtfortahivt sted inl
the window where hie had lat lv } hIen
eligag d inl I pletsasmt gam1e (.f ".fox and
lss'"with hla feln pr isoners tria
best of spirits, andithr has no iapprf '
clation of the enormity of hIs 'il amd
ti. te'rr'ors: of hi rapily tapa ppr hin
exccut io, or he entertain, the mon
sanguine hones of (btilnltg a 1kV Iri
andbv it anacquittal. He is a m::n of
rather pleasing presence, about 35 years
old; is. olly and socile. and i" from
a inpearnes tone of th(- hist men'
who might b ,e aecused of mar
de'rin his own faher. Ie sa
that hne has no: relative'sata
in1 A:uerica. liis father :nne t:
tis eaunlhtr .:l n <!aite' youn, andt het
v:.:s the l!d mlum's on";ly'MI.
nother died about eighteen years a- .
and though he wa once'. mried
igoraut as to whether his wif'e ii
He mrriied w hen twenty
and lived with his wife only tour
mlonths. IHis fa ther's estate is est imat .d
aI abIt 12.04)0. and of tis :him
t:3.000 is in litigation. 11o taiks freey
about 1 is faithe and his nil imlwy death,
ami b"te:1rh- ~ru :lle the tahought th1':
1i, was si:tai : h'-is ins t'ig tio . It
would alplear th: this fithile-r :Cl t .is
ouly son were mou- afet Iion't )IIe :*ai'il tit
violi(i t h one it tll theilir: tinu ti1 y
lived together in the greatest harmony,
and not an evil tnought was eiterti ined
by one against the other. Ilij father
was always kind to him and gave hiU
all the money he desired. and there was,
he says, no reason on earth why l'. 't,
all men, shoulid (lesire to ormss hios
denth. As to his convic:iin. lie say
that prejudice alone brouglt it about,
and speaks strongly of the "ooi!." tie
accesory who turned State's evid'ace,
by who'se words the State ma~de
out its case. Against the Solteitor.
Hlon. J. M. Johnson, he bears no malice
whatever. conceding that le was fair
and honest: but as against the Judae he
is very pronounced in his statements.
He claims that his Honor was especially
hard on him and charged tile jury so
strongly against him that no other ver
dict than guilty could have been re
turned. Ile is confident that a new trial
will be granted hin. and he is certain of
aeulittal. So sure is he, that n o steli
whatever has been taken by way of set
tling and arranging his estate. lie in
herits all of his father's property and
owns a barroom in the town of Darling
A trunk containing his clothing and
necessary changes of linen arrived to
day and were carried to the jail. On
top of his clothes a large Bible came
conspicuously into view when the top of
the trunk was raised. ie occupies the
!'Northeast corner cell of the jail at
night. This has been made more com
fortable than usual by the introduction
of a cot and a chair. During the day
lie is alloxvea the freedom of the :jail,
and spends most of the time in the dlebt
KATE WHEELER'S SHOQCKIWi DEA.TH.
A Colored Woman Fatally Burned While
PROSPERITY, Miarch 21. -[Special to
The Register. J-Kate Wheeler, a colored
xoman living on J. Belton Stockmnan's
nlace, was burning brush yestctrday on
rs. Kizziah Harmon's liace, when her
clothing accidentally caught fire, and,.
before any one could come to her assist
ance, wasalmost entirely burned of! her
body. Medical aid was summoned. bit
failed to give relief. The unfortunate
woman suffered the most excruciating~
pain for five or six hours, when deathI
came to her relief. She was the mother
of two snil children.
They Didn't Get Him.
ShierihT MIoore of Emanuel Coanty.
Ga., came over last xveek xwith a warrant
andl requisition papers for the arrecsi of
Iery Jackson, a white man, who, ii
appears, left thlat County xvhile under
bond to appear before the courhtn on
sxer to a charge of carrying concealed
weaons. On Thulirsday it was ascer
tamned that Jackson wvas stoppmanxg wi
his fathier-in-Nwx, Mr. Ben Booi h,wb
home is near Clintronward. Const&abe
Anderson xvas deputized to make the r
rest and Mr. M-ore nlCcopl'mied him.
Thley' found Jackson in a*iel ce by
Mr.'Booth's residec:er, a nd li-a him
under arrest. Ile reque.steom.r
to go with him to the hoe ot: h
might get other clothing. T hexy. pn d
him this courtesx- and irem'ained omdi
while lie went in to get the ilo~hn
He lingered in the hiouse, and thien the
oflers learned to thei" l'ter d'? gus meil
vexation that they- had -'een de eind.
Booth an' 0one or .wo 0f Jacen'
ad brale the olie:rs ideal .\r
rat her than ha v' a fui- in "h 'aly
the latter iquietiv waietd :ex. -
ing ackson an his fr i d ie .ra
was brought to the'Lattentin of Sherit
Ouzs, who, on Fidayx orized 'a
posse and proceeded to Booth's but
Jckson. had vaimooed, and -hoi.
oo'e rietiurnetd to Greoria w~xit ihoni tds
F.Tyct of a MIus-xlto in Fig -'res.
w vhib iiinstrat':s th. e~l:-e of ': mi I
in figuires ('n set'ItI oil 1
comuted the viible 'and iiible
sulyi~ of wh-at, in iinei xword -i~
worlds surph is on''i etl:l1',').
000 bushels, algaiNt 21i0.000.0ti'I0 *ush-I
the samie tiune lasit year. Tne esim
xas telegraphied to) Chicaoan'a
bushels ni ron nubes I .LQ~)h*
theire and t:-c n they rxen,, -h
ment th~2 the isui'iv was onli)C 1 0 ,-~
I00 fln Singt i thle pet mm or:
abuth ufthegrn waPipedom a
. ichbigan I h-berman:ii e investing4
Ig-ly in Southirn tinle. I' -eiy0.
suppi and Loui-siaa viere' purchaind lO
FACTS FRZ OM1 FA~IRFIELD.
The Neaw Episcopal Chu.rch at 'Winns
boro - Colored Child Fatally Burned.
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A god \ oo S-e:tt C-ianir at Ceer conyn
A~ gpo~ od I~l oei:er at X1.25
Spod M eattr ess at fr50
A~ ood Bed Spring lit i1.5O
A good 11 oven Wire Bed Spring at ~. 75
Agood Lounge at L4.5 L
A goodl W ire Safe at $3.00
A good B3ed Room Suit at $20.00 to $ l0.0i)
A g ood Walnut Bell .oomi Suit, Marble top, for $45.00.
I have in ,toure an immense stock trog: ti,.' cheapest to thll finest to select from.
. , er. no, never bny, if you want to save morey, till Boa lirst see this stock and get
Keeps always onl hand at the
it ul sppyand choice assortment, of
FAMLYAND FANCY GROCERIES.
Sea C ake Caiidens Fruit, Ete.
R. . AUu~. Ul)WI&-nt. Mnig .
The aleston& Iarone Worksy
an .-ANDtAEs an')R--er i
Erie i tiongin andoilrAtl Engine s and Bilrst emos, Littl
Git Miaulier Cotton Presge oto Gins, alod ta
ls.at RubberndiLts e Beingrand aI cmplet neoilSpplies.
Wes Gate L oPrs friest aliyorod s.Mi
CM EROC&h AReston SO. Calson..C
I doli boin-.r~t ie tia:n po ng ereet
Aiibl i sti gon ulod urau atto 5.50
TesmAciste goo Cer etCair at75 cench
e Ar go~r od Woodnu~tb orsedr t$1
a A tn trul itg too n a ttlrs utli-.5
o A go d yem. Sping at .5n
Aisr'tc oo W ven Wirae pe piga27
mal goorad bLouepeatnen50
syAii lgood: iire CoSatepaton.0
whl gootinrid err-adRoomniead2.0 o8:00
toAon goelods Waonu Byseptioo fut MabenIsyC do ot meanmerey0.
:a:r - w haer y in i'toetfan;immershe sto them foreap e n the n h toe eta rom.
-vea ntever bn y, ifi y at, tos ave m de til e do ist seti ocf ad e
T M udrly se A, EdwardILEsYr
fep lay nhuiid ioao the o nweeiilaue
at full corplect choeie assc ortetis aoafREOTL
IAeldityiO f the. cen Wot Ollc.I ostyonthg for Dlar
Stoah tral ED Ad . Manningryo. S.dres
Marine St ~aay Irain, PotbeEgnsadBies a
21epairs .4rled igesprompan, n D-p-. edopr'Hs.
Eas a, OorhesaePrth dS,
Strtfle Chaitow rlest nn. O
sothat m iserpeedwenw.sd
dey ie tico aware c'tha we onics
The y smc risb thuaie oservoi from whichf
erylibtre an t inu mre u st bcle nrfithed,
utan ansroe t hict tois siner eltthrouh
iutr ther whoie systm. Am w o ng i an dozen
menuirc ii mery bsvil hni ou prather
fleshy~' an het sir heavr ondipation
wh fileth et i inandnerevousreoallandonedil
betogclo \m Maeoi. S~t ort dyspeptcs.
ae wonderfll fogtu other havone
grea t i blity of teranper
J.H T nderyi. ciaseisa
in the LIVERDER
an on thing m ore isEl Oet i, no fyudsr oprcaeaeigmc~ e
onAil rm ai as dyPalpticl who w ilk ietoeaetdrstY ib1~ l
ilec, and a iditby ofth o.t CIAO-2 ~O~SURX LS
sosgitveBtoac, weSthemain, TLNAGA TX
lain ~ ~ llyIriationo h i ~h h yohs -
phites ismuAhsmor fi e stio n,
-enrabia a timhprdue BLMAN ROH .S
Starthe irerdl yl toaoking,
CO''M wiEMLSIOa cnirme adyogedm
threiyeas ato by the Fn es ond Be.st ep offJ
reator. in te woratld for the relief nd haos ~ ~ Q~
aficeiaay .ywh~ercroiSo ter-oc rs
DiseSES ve eatoCdIA fee,
Th gea rmdyfo Cf~tmpil stp.he fra tji, thnhv.te e
War~i~s~turniaChiin. I.SolEAN Alt.DCALgCURE.
To The People of Glarendon:
I am the Agent for the Cel
LIDDELL & Co.'s
Engines and Boilers.
I am sole agent in this cou. ty for
BOSS COTTON PRESS.
Corn Mills, Pulleys, Shaft
a. A11 this machinery is direct
from the factory and will be sold at
the Factory's Lowest Cash
Prices. It will be to the advantage
of purchasers to call on me before
W. SCOTT HAfRTIN,
Manning, S. C.
Try the Cure *
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleanses theNasalPassages. Al
lays Inflammation. Heals the Sores.
Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell
A particle is applied Intoeachnostril and
is agreeable. Price Oc. at Druggists or by
mail. ELYBROTm 56Warn St.,New York.
S. Wolkoviskie, Agt,& Co.,
ir 0 i
Fine Wines, Liquors, To
bacco, and Cigars.
The only Pool and Billiard
Parlors in the Town.
SIMON PURE OLD MOUNTAIN
Corn and Rye
Country Orders Filled With
Care, and Good. Guaranteed.
ms Call and take a "NIP" of my
O LD TOML GIK.
S. WOLKOYVISKIE, Agent,
Manning, S. C.
L. W. FOLSOM,
Successor to F. H. Folsomn & Bro.
SUMTERt, 8. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY.
ThecelbraedRoval t.Joh Sein
\Ichne an Fies azrsi A ercl
wayson and.Repirin prmptl an
neaty eecutd b sklledwormen
Oresb alwl eciecrflatn
We r h soe mnufactuers in Athics dl
ios and epubvrang, prhich ane
havingl eenueb analyzed yorkte men
tion. n fe h otsacigsrtn
Hio h trcsolbhl a loe ow l
fr ofSaeadct ies, andsmas
$28e reety$fe2urhranlzn.i lr
ida.It fllsa log flt wnt fr astim lan
and apetizerthat s not ntoxi atig ,pes
ant t theta~st, cotain nourshmet an
specallysuitd fo perons f wa~ dl
ieat contittion. I hasthe astlof age
bero h ies lvr ,ids oadt
orgia Arein wl atr -a pi
tn YOzen each atU 90R Yent pAY Oze Cash
must acoman y each or $O eder Cprightedr
aind pand aphy ed o hihaf
Whavno gens and nonlte geninet
unless inrdletred a. d r m ." o'bi
f Prtrae r cro, BwRaYe obesl
Strea re odta afte furteralyater inWor