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Yourfaie in Print.
-Mr. Abie Weinberg is visiting relatives
-Mrs. G. J Brown and family, of St.
Matthews, are visiting in Foreston.
-Mr. W. B. Daniels, of the Fork, would
not smile worth a cent yesterday. It's
--Mr. W. D. Gamble was in town last Sat
urday, with a broad smile on his face. It's
a big boy two weeks old.
-Mr. D. T. Wells, of Alcola, left last Fri
day night for Tens, where he expects to
make his home and fortune.
-Misses Tillie Wolkoviskie and Nettie
Weinberg who have been spending the
Easter holidays with their parents returned
to Sumter this morning.
The Methodists of Paola are talking of
building a re-v church.
The literary meeting of the Epwrrth
League will be held next Tuesday night.
Mrs. Mary Evans, of New Zion, aged
seventy-six years, died last Friday after
Mr. Charles Elias, a brother-in-law of Mr.
M. Kalisky, died in Philadelphia last Sat
Mr. J. B. Tindal, of the Fork, has his
corn crop up, and commenced planting his
cotton crop this morning.
The premises of Rev. W. S. Stokes were
entered last Saturday night, and his road
cart robbed of the cushion and seat.
The town council have a gang of hands
cutting out the new street through the lands
of Mrs. Barfield and Dr. Dinkins to the
D. E. Wadsworth & Co., the Sumter Rack,
et Store, quote a few stunning prices this
week. It costs nothing to call at their store
and examine goods.
The assets of T. B. Curtis, who recently
failed in Sumter, are about $1,500; his lia
bilities about $6,000. He had been in busi
ness only two years.
B. A. Johnson will pay highest prices for
hides or take them in exchange for leather.
Colin C. Manning, Esq., of Sumter, was
one of the ushers at the wedding of Chief
Justice Fuller's daughter in Washing
ton last Monday night.
Mr. E. S. Joinson, a section master of the
Central Railr3ad, was robbed of a set of
harness last Saturday night while his horse
was hitched in Loyns's store lot.
If you want a first class brass bound ce
dar water pail cheaper than you ever bought
them before, just call at Rigby's.
It is said that a colored woman who has
been recently released from the asylum is
going about from place to place annoying
the neighbors. She should be sent back to
If you want a good plow go to Johnson's.
Schcol Commissioner lRagin gives notice
that there will be an examination of pub
lic school teachers the 24th of of April.
Physiology, hygiene, and the practice of
teaching demand attention.
Early Rose and Goodrich potatoes at
Mr. W. 0. McElveen, of Sumter county,
was in town last Monday. and had his name
placed on our subscription list. He said
that he was tired borrowing the paper from
his friends, and that he cannot do with
All kinds of plows, stocks, points, bolts.
etc., just received at B. A. Johnson's, and
for sale at lowest prices.
In another column will be found the spring
advertisement of that enterprising and pros
perous merchant, S. A. Rigby, wlhg wants
our readers to call at his store and examine
the large assortment of goods recently laid
in by him. He has placed on his shelves a
beautiful line of dress goods with trim
miigs to match, and says that he can please
Corwitz Sarsaparilla is the best blood pu.
rifier. 128 doses for a dollar at Dinkins
& Co.'s drug store.
The county alliance business agents in
some of our countieshave advised the farm
ers to weigh their fertilizers. It won't do
any harm, and if the manufacturers and
dealers know that their goods will be weigh
ed after delivery it will exert a salutary ef
fet upon their consciences. Weigh a sack
now and then and here and there, even
though you can't weigh them all. Of course
if any shortage is found it should be at once
reported to the brethren.
At S. A. Rigby's will be found a very nice
line of buggy and wagon harness, bridles,
saddles, and collars.
Last Thursday night a colored man-by
the name of Ben Martin.while in the act of
robbing Mr. T. Jeff Cole's potato bank was
suddely interrupted by receiving a load of
small shot in the back and arm from Mr.
Cole's gun. He failed to carry off any po
tatoes. Ben had. been helping Mr. Cole
that afternoon to "feed up," and says he
was not there to steal, but was "guarding"
the place against thieves. The shot were
small and Ben was only slightly hurt. He
is hard at work again with Mr. Cole, and is
a better nigger since he was shot.
For la nippe, coughs, colds, etc., use syr
up of rock candy, horehound, and tolu.
5c. a bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
Mack and Louisa McClary, two old ne
groes with grown children, a pplied to Trial
.Justice Timmons last week for a divorce
and a division of their six children. The
old woman claimed that Mack had proven
false to his marital vows, and was madly in
love with a young girl whom ~he had first
met several years ago when both were incar
eerated in the Williamsburg jail, which ac
quaintanceship was continued while both
were in the penitentiary. Old Mack par
tialy acknowledged the corn. Each had
1..uch to say. It was suggested by Trial
Justice Timmons that the proper thing to
do was to hang Mack till he was dead, but
Mack objected to such a violent proceeding,
and as a rope could not be conveniently
had,-.the hanging was dispensed with, the
trial justice advising Mack to go home and
behave himself. Mack says: "No 'oman
shall rule me, and Ise quine to quit an' go
A complete line of gents', youths', and
children's clothing, also a full line gents',
youths', and children's straw and felt hats
will be found on hand at Rigby's.
Do You Know It i
DuRant & Belitzer, furniture dealers of
Sumter, ask through the columns of the
MENNG TIMES, "Do you know it?" Do
you know that they have laid in some of the
very latest novelties in the furniture line.
If yo i do not know it, we will tell you that
you can by visiting their establishment see
some of the prettiest parlor and chamber
suits that have ever been placed on exhibi
ion in the city of Sumter. They have in
stock a patent folding bed which for beauty
of design and comfort cannot be excelled.
When closed it represents a very handsome
book case with a French plate mirror mak
ing an ornament suitable for the finest par
lor, and when opened it is a complete bed
stead with springs.
They are giving away free of charge a 12
inch rule with a table of valuable informa
tion also a yard stick. When you go to
Sumter don't fail to call at this establish
A new Baptist church was dedicat
ed at Packsville last Sunday.
The Bank makes a fine showing in
its quarterly statement published to
The Black River Union held its
regular quarterly session at Packs
ville last week.
Mr. J. D. Alsbrook is rebuilding his
saw mill at Greens, which was de
stroyed by fire last week, and will
have it in operation in a few days.
Maj. P. G. Benbow was elected last
Sunday by the Methodist Sunday
school a delegate to the State Sunday
school convention, but was unable to
The Good Templars last Friday
elected Miss Nonie Harvin and Mr.
J. H. Lesesne delegates to the Dis
trict lodge which is in session in Tim
monsville. Mr. Lesesne went over
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook last Friday
closed her school which she had been
teaching during the past five months
at Big Branch Academy. An exhibi
tion consisting of vocal and instru
mental music, recitations, dialogues,
charades, and a calisthenic drill had
been prepared for Friday evening,
but owing to the inclemency of the
weather the entertainment was post
Mr. John P. Bell, of this place, who
a month ago was married to Miss
Theresa Anderson, was indicted last
week upon affidavit of Mr. B. F. Gibbs,
for abduction, but before a prelimina
ry examination was held, the case by
consent of the prosecutor was discon
tinued upon Mr. Bell paying the costs.
Miss Anderson was under sixteen
years of age, and while she willingly
married Mr. Bell, yet the law says
when the lady is under sixteen years
of age it is abduction. The young
couple were somewhat scared, but are
again peacefully happy in each other's
A Costly Chicken.
Henry Smith, colored, of this town, last
Friday shot and killed a chicken belonging
to Lydia Peterson. The owner of the
chicken sent word to Smith that she would
not prosecute him if he would pay her
twenty-five cents the value of the fowl.
This Smith indignantly refused to do, de
nying that he shot the chicken. Lydia then
went to Trial Justice Timmons, who issued
a warrant for Smith's arrest, and Saturday
he was arrested and tried. The jury failed
to agree. Another jury was empanelled,
and they found him guilty, whereupon the
court sentenced him to pay a fine of ten
dollars or take twenty days in jail. After
much mental suflering and earnest and
tearful pleadings Smith's employer paid the
ten dollars and he was once more a free
This chicken racket proved very expen
sive to Smith. He not only had to pay the
county ten dollars but also paid the town
one dollar for violating the shooting ordi
nance. Besides he employed a lawyer and
had him to pay + 'o.
Hereafter Smith will not undertake to ply
his trade in broad open daylight, but will
wiait until there is more darkness than light,
and will use instruments less noisy than a
Easter Service in the Methodist Church.
The Methodist church never looked love
lier than it did in its Easter robes on last
Sunday morning. The floral decorations
were of the choicest and rarest kind. The
altar rail was beautifully festooned with
evergreens and flowers; potted ulants were
set here and there; lovely -callas lifted their
stately heads from beds of ivy. The pres
ence of evergreens and hot-house flowers in
every nook and corner was suggestive of thc
Land cf Fiowers.
But amicist all this loveliness the things
of beauty were to be seen in the crosses,
one at each side of the chancel and the
third just back of the pulpit. They were
beautifully trimmed with evergreens, calia
lilies, and other hot-house blooms. There
was nothing in the whole arrangement that
the most fastidious could have criticised.
There was a large attendance att the ser
vices, and the sermon by Dr. Stokes was
one of his best. His subject was the Resur
rection. At the close a collection was taken
for the Scarritt training school for mission
The Tachers' Association.
The white Teachers' Association met in
the court house last Saturday, with the larg
est attendance yet. A constitution and by
laws was adopted. Mr. S. M. Clarkson was
then elected president; J. G. White, vice
president; and Miss Sue Davis, secretary.
The fourth Saturday in each month was se
leted as the day for meeting.
None of those appointed at the last meet
ing performed the duties assigned them, so
there was an informal discussion of several
An executive committee of three, Mr. 3. M.
Knight, Mrs. J1. D. Alsbrook, and Miss Bes
sie Ingram, was elected to prepare a suits.
ble program for each meeting. The com
mittee recommended the following for the
Primary Teaching-Mrs. 3. D. Alsbrook.
How Can I Succeed ?-P. G. Bowman.
The Best Methods of Teaching Arithmetic
Debate-Query: Shall Corporal P.unish
ment be Abolished. Affirmative, S. M.
Clarkson; negative, J. Grier White.
How and When Should School Examina
tions be Conducted ?--To be opened by S.
Messrs. J. M. Knight and J. H. Lesesne
were, on motion of Mr. J. G. White, recom
mended for the board of examiners for this
This was one of the best meetings yet
held, and we hope to see a steady growth of
interest in the Association.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. CHNEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable in all business transact
ions and financially able to carry out any
obligation made by their firm.
WEST & TnUAx, Wholesale Druggists, Tole
do, Ohio. &Whlse
WALDING, KINNAS, &MAnvZN,Whlse
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's catarrh cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all druggists.
Honor to whom Honor is Due.
Mr. McDonald Furman, of Sumter coun
ty, who was, according to the general under
standing, the originator of the idea of Co
lumbia's Centennial celebration, should be
paid some special compliment by the Cen
tennial committee when the hosts assemble
here in May. What will it be ?-CGolumbia
LA GRIPPE AGAIN.
During the epidemic of la grippe last
season Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs, and colds, proved to be
the best remedy. Reports from the many
who used it confirm this state-ment. They
were not only quickly relieved, but the dis
ease left no bad after results. WVe ask you to
give this remedy a trial and we guarantee
that you will be satisfied with results, or
the purchaset price will be refunded. It
has no equal in la gripp)e, or any throat,
chest, or lung trouble. Trial bottles free at
. G. Dinkins & uo.'s drug store. Large
bottles 50c. and S1.
The Bad Boy.
"Ma," said Bobby, "is it wrong for
little boys to tie tin kettles to dogs'
"Decidedly wrong, Bobby; I hope
you'll never do such a thing as that."
"No, indeed, ma," "replied Bobby
emphatically; "all I do is to hold the
News from Sandy Grove.
SANDY GRovE, Mar. 30.-We are still
having more heavy rains, so much so
that plowing and planting has almost
stopped. The water courses are all
very full. The oat crop so far bids
fair to be a fine one. Mr. A. J. Moore
has the finest prospect the writer has
seen. A good many of the farmers
are through planting corn.
Mrs. Mary Evans died March 27 at
the home of her son, Mr. S. H. D.
Evans, at the good old age of 78. She
leaves many rlatives and friends to
mourn her loss.
The general health is tolerable good
with a few exceptions. We are going
to plant a patch of watermelons. Conic
round, Mr. Editor, in watermelon
time. SAM TATTLER.
Every tissue of the body, every bone, mus
ele and organ, is nade stronger and more
healthful by using Hood's sarsaparilla.
Budget of News from Summer"on.
SUMMERToN, March 31.-The farm -
ers are having a pretty hard time in
preparing their lands this spring. I
don't think we have had three fair
days in succession the last month.
A good deal of the low lands has not
been planted in corn yet. Spring is
at least three weeks behind what it
was last year.
Mr. Sam Sparks has finished Mr.
George White's store. As soon as
the paint is put on, it will be ready
for an occupant. Mrs. Ingram's
house will be completed in a very
short time. While the boom is not
quite so great as it was a year ago,
we are still growing.
Easter was observed by the Meth
odists of this place. Their church
was beautifully decorated with flow
ers, and a very fine and appropriate
sermon was preached by the Rev.
John Chandler, colportuer of S. C.
Conference, on the resurrection of
Christ. I think it was one of the best
sermons I ever listened to on the res
urrection. A collection was taken
for the missionary training school of
Kansas. In the afternoon Mr. Chan
dler delivered a lecture to the Sunday
school on temperance. Mr. Chandler
is a fine speaker and logical reasoner,
and is among the best young preach
ers of the S. C. Conference. C.
It is very important in this age of vast ma
terial progress that a remedy be pleasing to
the tasto and to the eye, easily taken, ac
ceptable to the stomach, and healthy in its
nature and effects. Possessing these quali
ties, Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative
and most gentle diuretic known.
Chitchat from Foreston.
FORxsToN , April 1.-A day or so
ago a long, lank looking man with
book and pencil in hand, and two
negroes with tape line were seen
measuring the railroad. A gentleman
inquired of another if he knew what
they were doing. He replied he sup
posed they were measuring the track
to ascertain if there had been any ex
pansion or contraction in the iron.
Another gentleman thought it more
likely the fellow was a relative of some
official in a position where there was
no use for him, and he was sent out
for fear he would lose his honorable
position. Another party thought
they would serve the patrons of the
road, and the ladies particularly, if
they had put the man and the two
coons to work on a room suitable for
ladies to enter at the depot while wait
ing on trains. There is only one
common room, open to all classes,
dogs, and other animals, and as the
Charleston train passes after dark and
often an hour late, lady passengers
have to sit in the dark without even a
lamp to give them light, and if cold
no fire, and often have to inhale the
perfumes of an old stinking pipe. If
we had Railroad Commissioners who
had any ability above dawing their
salary, they would force the company
to have suitable accommodations.
There has been lumber for a new
depot piled on the siding for over
two years. It is supposed they are
waiting for it to rot, so they can order
a duplicate from their favorite saw
As Chicago is buying up all the
curiosities for the Columbia Exposi
tion I think a big deal could be made
with them in selling the depot at For
eston. It certainly would be a great
curiosity coming from so large a rail
road syndicate as the Atlantic Coast
A Santeeian was in our town this
week, and had a crowd round him.
He was blowing on the fertility of the
soil in his locality. An old Forestonian
came up and inquired what was the
excitement. On being informed he
replied if the gentleman thought he
could make as much cotton per acre
as the Foreston land, and could ac
complish it, he could get fifty acres of
the best land round here. The man
hung his head, and the last heard of
was making for Santee. You know,
Mr. .Editor, it is acknowledged all
round that we can make more corn
per acre than any section in Clarec
don, and we intend to make more
cotton per acre than any other sec
tion. If we don't we will make for
Santee swamp, and live on bear
meat. M. 0.
Don't be Gloomy.
Those who are the victims of mer
crial poisoning, or who are suffering
from mercurial rheumatism, are in
clined to take a gloomy view of life
when, as the poet says, "Winter is
folding its white tents and spring get
ting its thunderstorms together." Yet
these victims have no reason to de
spair. S. S. S. is a sure remedy for
all forms of mercurial poisoning.
Though it is purely a vegetable med
icine, it is powerful, in~deed, when
called on to chase mercury, and the
last lingering effects of mercury, out
of the system. It performs the wvork
with neatness and dispatch, as thous
ands of testimonials show.
Grand circus 3Latinee for the Children.
The managers of T. K. Burk's Great
Trans-Atlantic Railroad Shows, Cirens, Mu
seum, Hipprodomue, School for Educated
Horses and Ponies, etc., etc., will give ai
grand matinee Friday, April 3, to which la
dies and children are especially invited.
Every child attending will receive a beauti
ful present and an invitation to a ride on
one of the cute little Shetland ponies. Doors
open at 1 p. m. Grand entree at 2 o'clock.
Te full program will be ren dered. The
dashing riders, thrilling aerialists, graceful
arobats, funny clowns, exci tinughi ppodromec
race, trained horses, cunning ponies, trick
mules, etc. Ample seating capacity. Polite
ushers in attendance.
Popular prices; 25c.; no more. Children
attending~ afternoon performance, only 15c.
A veiy nice thing for misses in law tennis
Pink Tea at Jordan.
JORDAN, Mar. 28.-The farmers are some
what behind with their work on account of
the continued wet weather. A good deal of
gnano is still being received here.
The ladies of the community have per
fected plais for an enteitainmuent to 1e
known as a '-Fink Tea," which will be had
for the benefit of the new Academy. The
event will take place on the night of
the first of May, in the new buildinr,
which will be ready for occupancy
by that time. It is in the hands of a skill
ful cooking committee, and a successful af
fair may be anticipated. Everybody is it
vited t0 be preseut--with well-filled poel -
et-. Of the nature of the entertainnmnt
more will be written later. V. N.
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.-Latest U.
S. Govenmerd Mod Report.
The greatest bargain giving house in
An Army of Bargains
will march from our store during the next
few weeks. The Napoleons of value will il
luminate the great. event, and there will be
no cessation of L-stilities against high
prices until our cause and the cause of the
people is won. Everything a notch lower
than in the past. Come to see our stock,
buyers or not. It will be a liberal educa
tion in the possibilities of low prices. We
are servants of the masses, and what is
shrewdly bought by us can be shrewdly
purchased by them.
SECOND TO NONE
are our goods in quality. It is scant wis
dom to loiter when an opportunity like this'
is before you. The early bird catches the
fattest worms. If only for curiosity, ccm
pare our prices with those of other mer
chants, and you will see we are
Below all Competition.
Fine dress buttons 5c. doz., shirt buttons
4o. gross, spool silk 4c. spool, spool cotton
2c. (200 yards,) pins and needles 2c. a pa
per, handkerchiefs 2c. and 3c., worth doub
le, envelopes 3c. pk., note paper 3c. quire,
lead pencils 1c., lc., and up. Ladies' hose
5c. and up, jerseys 25c. and up, negligee
shirts 30c., worth 50c., white linen shirts 39
cents, ladies' jersey vests all sizes 10c.,
childs' jersey vests Gc. Such prices were
never dreamt of ulttil the Racket came to
Sumter. 2893 yards calico, checks, and
brown homespun at 4 and 5c. Direct your
footsteps to the great bargain giving house,
and save nickels, dimes, and dollars.
Yours for bargains,
. H. WADSWORTH & CO.,
Nekt to Folsomn's Jewelry Store,
S-CrY.I."E4, s. C
Reid Block, Cor. Main & Republican Sts.,
S-cMTEhIn, S. C.
I aedeemne htnooeinS0e
shl ndrelme 0pe et o 0od
Ib chaea etrie tat no one in Sumerk
haflly deise he1 perpent on garedn
istllI ccmaskter Eerbodthetedthigepo
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TAKE YOUR PICK
From the very best while you are about it. It won't cost you any more to have all the advantages of selection from the
LEADING STOCK FOR VARIETY.
We are showing by far the best selected and most complete line of new styles and late novelties for the present season.
See it and be satisfied, for you are boundto find just whatyouwant. Another very importantthingfory.outo know is that wegive
QUALITY as well as QUANTITY, and show in all departments goods of the highest grade of value and general excellence,
and lastly, be it remembered, that
IN PRICE WE PLEASE YOU
With the best figures it is possible to make on honest goods. Come and see us if you want to see all the latest things in
CLOTHING, HATS, & FURNISHING GOODS.
Bear in mind the place. We have made no change in our business, we are still at the corner of Main and Liberty Streets
where we will be glad for all our friends and customers to call and examine our pretty spring stock. Very respectfully,
BROWN & CHANDLER,
Main St., ST.TMTER.,-S. O.
Successors to D. J. Winn,
. WITH A MORAL.
C|oting, Hats &Gents' Furnishing Goods,
A customer of ours who was leaving our store after making -
StT]'TTE3R, 8. 0. her purchases through many departments of our
rince Albert Suits. Boys' Long Pants Suits.
rince Arthur Suits. I Boys' 3 piece Knee Pants Suits. So k
utaway Sfaits. 'iBoys' 2 piece Knee Pants Suits. At t t37 ~ u'n
ound Cut Sadk Suits. Boys' Waists, 4 to 14 years.
quare Cut Sack Suits. Pants ready made and made to order.
crivens Patent Elastic Seam Drawers. Suits made to order from $18 to $35,
pders, (very pair waanteoh ie BoomShnts .40c., 50c., 75c., and being highly pleased at the uniform prices for all classes of ,
1months steady wearing.) and $1.00. - goods, met an admiring friend who propounded a series of
--ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN
TIFF & SOFT HATS, COLLARS,
CUFFS, GLOVES, NECKWEAR, j
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, HAND
KERCHIEFS, UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS,
VALISES. WALKING CANES, &c.
Large assortment of Negligee Shirts in black and fancy stripes and plaids. These having been answered by our customer to the satis
'he remainder of Mr. Winn's stock will be sold, for cash, way below New faction of her friend, she also came to our store, and upon see
ork cost. Don't pass us by when you come to Sumter. Orders attended to ing such an attractive stock at such reasonable prices, gave ex
romptly. Respectfully, pression to numerous
CHANDLER, SHAW, & CO.,
(At Winn's Old Stand.) 9999
TAEOF SOUFH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.Upnlannthprcsoseeaofuradom des
County of Clarendon. Court of Common Pleas. pten utd1 o2 e et ihresweefrsm
Court of Common Pleas. Jdmn fFrcoueadSlb ult n itdcddt arnz secuiey n
udgment for Foreclosure and Sale. cnet
Aaron Weinberg, trdlgaiFntosantCmmsiofr
Joseph Moultrie and Hester Moultrie, Dc-ae,-ne h imnm fWae
UNDER AND BY vIRTUE OF A JUDG- cj'ntW a nynm e ftemn trcienvlisw
Ument order of said court in the aboveChreH.Pcan onL ,png Aloufiedssodswe
stated case, bearing date February 28th, fnat.Edn e aet hwyuti
1891. to me direcied, I will sell to the high- tDEADBYVREOFAJD-ouhinlatnswihfatwkowheadswllppe
est bidder for cash, in front of Clarendon Umn re fsi or nteaoeie 4 nhilotdDesGos6 et e ad li
ourt house, at Manning. within legal hours sie ae ern aeFbur ~t
of sale on Monday the 6th day of Apiril iit edrceIwl elt h ih.adfgrdsl rndns(nbak ~.t 16 e ad
1891, being salesday, the following describ-, s idrfrcsi rn fCaedn 'im i
draetteorparcel of land, containing o ae nMna fArl ik~ciasls ikmls(8ice
one and seven eighths acres, lying, being181bigslsyteflwiganelcgendnsBakbuigalwol2cpryr.
and situate in the town of Manning. in theral'tte
follows: on the north by lot of the estate ofuaeith cony fClrn nSte f
. M. Bradham; on the east by the lot of J.
. Pouncey; on the south by lands of R osa aoia otiign ude n ego auefr2 ~cn.mr.4 nhegihbie3c
~Veinberg; and on the west by lot of w.s fotHceadbuddo.h othad Bakfonig2c o$.0 e adi l h aetnvl
Puchaser to pay for paper Eliedb si hisNbuneE, h
sheriff Clare-ndon County. Dnlbuddo h atb ad w-nws lstn.Aloe ukn tvrospie.ml id
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MITTS, FANS, ETC. TTDIG IVTTOSAD BR0W ~ ~ ~ -.u r
Finest stock ever in town. Call Vcrsanalkidofieacy
and inspectadc i prinating on promissio atr
thaning Ties ity ofe Lowrest ice saidu 'r~
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