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THE MANNING TIMES.
Published Ecery TWdnesday.
S. A. NETTLES,
EDITOR AND PnorrjEwor.
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S. A. NETTLES,
Manning, S. C.
Your Name in Print.
-Mr. J. N. Riggs has a bounciug baby boy
at his house.
-Rev. W. S. Stokes was too unwell last
Sunday to preach.
-Rev. A. J. Stokes, of Sumter, is visiting
his son, Dr. W. S. Stokes.
-Miss Janie McDowell returned home
from school this morning.
-Cashier Jos. Sprott, Jr., of the Bank of
Manning left last Saturday to join his wife
at Red Springs. N. C.
-Mrs. Lewith, of Charleston, who has
been in Manning visiting her daughter,
Mrs. E. Isaman, return home last night.
First class milk shakes at Lowry's, a
nickle a glass.
Go to Moses Levi's, and get his prices on
mulls, india linens, nainsooks, check and
cross-barred muslins, dotted swiss muslins,
and all other white goods.
Fresh gilt edge butter, only 30 cents a
pound, at M. Kalisky's.
H. A. Lowry has his soda water fountain
in full blast.
The prettiest assortment of outings x'u3r
placed on sale in this place, at M. Levi's.
Pure and unadulterated extracts of all
flavors at H. A. Lowry's.
Beautiful designs in ginghams, at Levi's
Heinzs celebrated pickles are on sale at
Just received a lot of fine stationery at
Don't say you can't find anything in
Manning to suit until you have called at
M. Levi's and examined the great selection
of new goods just arrived.
The court of common. pleas adjourned
sine die last Friday afternoon.
Clarendon County Alliance meets in
Manning the first Thursday in July. Note
the change in day.
If practice makes perfect, then Claren
don's new court crier need not despair on
account of his adjourning the court "dies
Miss Esther Johnson, aged sixty-four
years, died at her home near Wilsons last
Thursday. Her body was interred Friday
at Oak Grove.
Doctor Swamp sub-alliance will meet
next Friday morning for the purpose of
electing officers and also_ to elect dele
gates to the county convention.
A party of gentlemen including Judge
Izlar went to Brewingtoni Lake last Thurs
day. They spent the day pleasantly and
found the fish to be in great abundance.
Fresh lemons at 14. Kalisky's.
The closing exercises of the Sumter Insti
tute take place next Monday night, and
the distribution exercises of St. Joseph's
Academy will come off on the evening of
If you want a cool and refreshing drink
go to Lowry's and get a glass of his spark
ling soda water.
The next communication of St. Peters
lodge, Wednesday the 17th inst., will be a
very important one, and every member
should be present, as the good of the lodge
is at stake.
Mfarseile's bed spreads at low prices can
be had at Moses Levi's.
Trinity alliance will have a special meet
ing for purpose of electing delegates to
the - county -alliance on Saturday
the 27th inst. A large attendance is desi
red as other important business will also be
Lemon, vanilla, and strawberry extracts
There is a lot of garbage being thrown
into the streets and it should not be allow
d, aa it very often happens that disease is
traced to some such local cause. The town
'council should punish with a heavy fine
any person throwing decaying vegetation
into the streets.
Is your house insured ? If not see S. A.
Nettles at once, and get him to write a pol
icy for you.
Dinkins & Co. are having their drug
store thoroughly renovated, and in conse
quence have moved their stock of goods
opposite the post office, where they will
hold forth until the work is finished.
Their store when completed will be a
handsome ornament to the town.
All the latest styles in straw hats cheap,
at Moses Levi's.
Mr. J. H. Hedge, who lives near Summer
ton, had his corn house robbed of corn last
Thursday night, and on Friday while a boy
was lading a fine mule out of the stable a
bar in some way caught the mule cutting
its intestines out. The mule died in about
one half hour. This loss is a severe one
Corwitz Sarsaparilla is the best blood pu
rifier. 128 doses for a dollar at Dinkmns
& Co.'s drug store.
In this issue will be found the advertise
ment of the 14ew England Piano Company
of Boston, Mass. They fully meet the pop
ular demand for a thoroughly reliable, dur
able, good piano for a moderate price. The
iliough Music Company send them on
fifteen days' test trial to all responsible
Go to Levi's and try a bottle of Heinz
'clr sauce, finest relish in the world.
Manning sub-alliance met last Saturday
nd-elected the following officers for the
ensuing term: J. Elbert Davis, president;
. J. Tisdale, -vice President; George R
Jones, Secretary; J. F. Bradham. treasurer;
. Bradham, lecturer; W. F. Francis,
oor eeper; W. G. King,. assistant door
keeper; and M. J. Blackwell, chaplain.
They also elected delegates to the county
50 pairs pants, must be sold, only 75
ents to close out. 14. Kalisky.
There is a treat in store for the people
of this community at the Manning Baptist
church next Monday night. Maj. F. Emily,
f Rome, Ga., formerly of Kentucky, has
cnsented to deliver a lecture on the "origin
ol man." The proceeds to be given to as
sist in the repairing of the church. Maj.
Emily is said to be a very humorous talker,
and the public can feel assured that they
will be pleasantly entertained. The admis
son fee will be only twenty-five cents for
aults and fifteen cents for children, and
the money will be devoted to a noble cause.
Quxsro'.-How is it that The Killough
Music Company are the leaders in the mu
sic trade of the Pee Dee section when they
have only been in business a few months?
ANswER. -They are the only chartered mu
sicompany in the State. The stockhold
ers comprise the leading business men of
Florence, Marion, and other adjoining
o.Q. They have ample credit to ben as
jbbers. 'They have clos-d a deal with
Eastern and Western piano organ manufac
turers for 200 pianos and 250 organs. All
this enables them to act as jobbers, not
agents. Dealing direct with the manufac
turers their method is to ship direct to con
sumers cutting off jobbing profits. They
havem onerice only and that defies compe
Wanted, a printer who can distrioute and I
set two g: 'eys solid brevier a day, to
take charg? of the mechanical department
of the .AN\I Tuinis ne#wspaper and job
oliee. Must be honest, sober, and possessed
of common sense. Address
S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C.
Office of LEVI BROTHERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise.
SUMTER, S. C., June 9th, 1891.
Editor Manning Times:-The season
is at hand for people to make pre
parations to take their summer vaca
tions to the mountains and sea sides, I
and in order that we might be able;>
to furnish our custoLers with the
necessary clothing, we have laid iu
a special stock to which we call at- I
tention. Our summer suitigs for
ladies' dresses are very stylish and t
pretty. We oiseir then at sucli prices as
cannot be duplicated elsewhere.
Then we have all kintls of trunks and
valises which we also sell cheap.
Our clothing and gent's furnishing
stock has received great care iii its
selection, and we will sell a gentle- t
ma's outfit as cheap as he can buy
it in any city in the State.
Now is a fine time to secure bar
gains in all our various departments,
all summer goods will be sold regard- t
less of profit. They must be sold to
wake room for the immense fall stock
that we are now making our contracts
for. We have reduced the prices i
early this season because we have a
large stock, and we do not want a
piece of summer goods in the house t
when our fall goods commence corn- i
LEVI BROTHERS. t
Attend the lecture at the Baptist.
church next Monday night.
The Good Templars meet Friday
night in the K. of P. hall. Every
member should attend.
A beautiful line of parasols and fans at r
Moses Levi's. t
Mr. S. P. Clements, of Greeleyville,
discovered his cotton dying last week,
and on investigating the cause found I
tnat lice had actually got down into
the roots and were sucking the sap
from them. He desires to -get some
farmer to give him a remedy.
The handsomest assortment of paper and
envelopes in town at H. A. Lowry's.
Two old darkeys, Cyrus Davis and
Sam Mayrant, were before Trial Jus
tice Timmons yesterday, charged t
with plowing up the public roads.
They pleaded guilty and were fined
five dollars each. The fine was
promptly paid. A few such prosecu
tions will stop this reprehensible prac
tice of plowing up and into the
'A magnificent line of ladies' slippers at
Robert Sutton Connor died of con
sumption this morning at his home
in Manning, aged fifty-one years.
Mr. Connor was a pure Christian man, t
and was a general favorite with all I
who knew him. He was an officer1
in the Methodist church. His funeral1
will take place to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock in the Methodist church,
and will be attended by Damon lodge,
Knights of Pythias, of which he was
Granulated sugar. 4 pounds for 25 cents,
or 16 pounds for a dollar, at 5!. Kalisky's.
If some of our farmers will come
to town we can show them a field of
corn that will make them wonder
why it is that a lawyer is sometimes
a better farmer than most of our far
mers. They may come to the con
clusion it is because the lawyer is
professionally shrewd, and has worked.
some shrewd experiment on his farm.
We will not undertake to explain
the cause, but the fact is the -Hon.
Jos. F. Rhame's cornfield is the finest
and best cultivated we have seen this
For la grippe, coughs, colds, etc., use syrr
up of rock candy, horehound, and tolu.
50c. a bottle at Dinkins & Co.'s drug store.
In the court of common pleas last
week the matter of confirming the
report of the referee in the case of
Moses Levi against M. J. Blackwell
was argued. At the conclusion of the
argument Judge Izlar took the papers
in the case with him for considera
tion. His decision is now on file and
with the exception of a slight change
in the calculation of interest the
referee's report stands confirmed.
thus making Moses Levi the victo
rious party. Maj. A. Levi and Hon.
J. F. Rhame represented the plaintiff
and Col. B. P. Barron the defendant.
James E. Davis, clerk of court, was
Public Meeting Farmers' Alliance.
At a meeting of the 6th district
legislative council, Farmers' Alliance,
at Florence on the 3rd inst., appoint
ments were made for the meetings of
the county alliances in this district.
The day for Clarendon county is
Thursday, July 2nd.
After the private meeting, a public
address will be made to which all are
invited. Business and professional
men are especially invited to come
and hear for themselves what are the
doctrines and principles of the Alli
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumn, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all sk-in eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perrect ratisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Fo sale by J. G. Dinkins & Co.
A LITTLE GIR~L'S EXPERIENCE IN A
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers
of the government lighthouse at Sand Beach,
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was taken
down with measles, followed with a dread
ful cough and turning into a fever. Doc
tors at home and at Detroit treated her, but
in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she
was a mere "handful of bones."--Then she
tried Dr. King's New Discovery and after
the use of two and a half bottles was com
pletely cured. They say Dr. King's New
Discovery is worth its weight in gold, yet
you may get a trial bottle free at J. G. Din.
kins & Co.'s drug store.
THE FIRST STEP.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't
sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your
satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you.
You should heed the warning, you are tak
ing the ftrst step into nervous prostration.
You need a nerve tonic and in Electric Bit
ters you will fnnd toe exact remedy for re
storing your nervous sy:stem to its normal,
healthy condition. Surprising results fol
low the use of this great nerve tonic and al
terative. Your appetite returns, good di
gestion is restored, and the liver and kid
neys resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Price 50c. at J. G. Dinkins & Co.'s drug
COMPANY I, 23rd S. C. V.
?refatory Remarks of te IHeroic Acts of
a Noble Company.
BY CAPT. D. J mDHAM
EDrron MA.,G TIEs:- Before I pub
ish the roll of Co.lipany 1, I want to give a
ittle sketch of our actings and doings be
ore we left for Virginia. We were organ
zed or reorganiztd. in the spring of '62 on
Iorris 1sland, the coupanies forming ti.e
l3rd being scattered all over the island.
30mpany I was near Vinegar Hill early in
Fnne an:d (o iUnbow was now in command
if the regintit. and Maj. H. II. Lesesni' in
-oniand of Conmpany 1. Capt. Cantey had
,kCen elected a lienteniint Ln:l youar hiible
'a rot was :til! nr-b-iy sergeant.
Foml thi' ;i::! w. w ,.Sed the ltl.e
fi r..',-sionvii..i. wer. on tiO toe. A
,oat was sent fOr us, :ijd we were hurried
ver to Fort Johns n. It wa; at this point
hat Comnpany 1 saw the fir't blole. Caplt.
.ared ILfUIamILL IhI etn hilled in the iatth
ml was being eir.-'ed to Chari'ston. We
mirried across the Island hitin;; a ih
nt were too lato. ' hat haitil of heroes
if our; nho werre iil~ting for their homrs
nd tir.ies had whipi d them and driven
hem down Dills inff, and now it wa,; otr
luty to keep 'hem confined to that section
f the island. We were canped at Mc.
eod's place near wVhere Calpepper's Bat
ry was stationed. Yonr humble scribe
Vas here made a lieutenant, and put on
he grey and drew his sword for Southern
About this time Company I together
vith our other companies from 15th S. C. V.
vas on picket duty at Dills Bluff, the writer
n command f the line. It was here that
ur old friend Nicholas Stannen came very
car being shot. Gen. Gist had given in
tructions to shoot any one coming from
he front, the enemy being only about four
nndred vards in our front. Nicholas
tannea came through the cornfield. The
entinel called oat '-Corporal of the gnard !
Vbn the corporal came they both leveled
heir guns and were about to fire. I directed
ben to lower their guns, and sent the old
entleman to Gen. Gist by a couple of sol
tiers. They said Gen. Gist got a blessing.
ien. Gist begged pardon but friend Stan
ea said "Mayas, General, you came near
king my life and that by my own country
aen" (meaning from Clarendon county.)
t was here that the corpord of the guard
eported one of Company I for eating four
een ears of mutton corn. I immediately
rdered that he be prevented from further
ndulging for fear that we would need the
ervices of the surgeon who was not at
Being relieved the next day we turned
he line over to others and commenced
>reparation for the trip to Virginia, about
vbich I expect to tell in future numbers of
Next week will appear the roll of Compa
Ly I 23rd Regiment, as it was then a no
>le band of soldiers, and as some ladies
aid on the platform of the railroad depot at
)rangebnrg while we tarried there a short
ime: "A handsomer set of officers and men
tad never passed that way."
We then numbered 750, and on the morn
ng of September 1 afterwards, we had 49
in duty, commanded by ajunior lieutenant,
rith all of the field officers and seven out
if ten company commanders either dead
r wounded on the battle field.
THE SPRING MEDICINE.
The popularity which Hood's Sarsaparilla
as gained as a spring medicine is wonder
al. It possesses just those elements of
ealth-giving, blood-puritying and appetite
'estoring which everybody seems to need
t this season. Do not continue in a dull,
ired, unsatisfactory condition when you
nay be so much benefited by Hood's Sarsa
>arilla. It purifies the blood and makes
he weak strong.
Deaths in Sumter.
Mrs. McClure, wife'lcof Capt. :J. A. Mc
Slure, died May 21st.
Charles L. Witherspoon, aged about forty.
six years, died of consumption .June 3rd.
Harmon Bultman, aged twenty years,
lied JTune 5th.
TO DISPEL COLDS,
Eeadaches, and to cleanse the system effect
lally, yet gently, when costive or bilious,
>r when the blood is impure or sluggish, to
;ermanently cure habitual constipation, to
iwaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy
etivity, without irritating or weakening
~hem, use Syrup of Figs.
Dullness Begets Dullness.
Do you tell us, 0 candidate for the
austm of the community, that you
:an't afford to advertise because
rour business is dull? Listen! it is
lull because you don't advertise, and
you don't advertise because it is dull,
o the vacant circle is complete. We
el you if you are doing ill to adver
ise that you may do well, and if you
ie doing well advertise that you may
A cream of tartar baking powder. High
ast of all in ha-.ening strength.-Latest U.
S Governmud Food Riepo.rt.
AGENTS WANTED !
F OR CLARENDON COUNTY FOR
the National Capital Life Association
of Washington D. C. The right man will
earn $75.00 per week. This company is
receiving the support of Farmers' Alliances.
Address W. S. MONTEIT H,
.Manager southern Division,
Columubia, S. C.
Court of Common Pleas.
Ex Parle-Peiion of Julius A. Sproti
for appraisement and setling o
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
the above named Julius A. Sprott has
filed his petition ia this office for the ap
praisement and setting off to him of a home
stead in certain lands and personal proper.
ty in said county and Stat2, described in
[s.uJ.IES E. DAVIS,
Clerk of Ccurt Comnmon Pleas,
June 10, 1891.
Application for Charter.
OTICE I8 HER~EBY GIVEN THA'l
.I thirty days after date the undlersigned
will apply to James E. Th~vi-s clerk of co'urt
for Clarendon county, for a charter for Thle
Clarendon Inanstrial. Agricultural, andi
echanical Fair Association, to be located
at Manning, S. C.
E. IH. W\Its N. C. F. UnmoGDEN,
W. McD~UFFIE, A. CoLLINs,
H. C. Dr.LAINE, SAM JACKsoN,
JUNE WALziER, M. S. GAMnLE,
Ton1As WuLAa, J. F. W1MMs.
Attest: James'- E. Davis, C. C. P.
une 1, 1891.
YOUNG WIVES I
Who are for the first time to un
lergo woman's severest trial we offer
a remedy which if used as directed for
a few weeks before confinement, robs
it of its Pain, Horror and Risk tN Life
of both mother and child, as thou
sands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
MoTHPr's FRa aD is worth its weight
in gold. My wife suffered more in ten min
utes with either of her first two children
than she did altogether with her last. hav
ing previously used four bottles of Morl
Ea's FRIEND. It is a blessing to mothers.
Carmi. Ill., Jan., 1890, G. F. LOcK WoOD.
Sent by express, charges prepaid, on re
ceipt of price. $1.50 per bottle. Sold by al
druggists. Book to Mothrs mailed free.
BBADELn REGLLATOE Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
Every Farmer Knows
That weeds must be torn up by the roots, or
they will be sure to crop out again. So it is
with diseases which have their origin in de
praved blood. The cause of the complaint
must be removed by Ayer's Sarsaparilla, or
no permanent cure is possible. Try it.
C. W. Allen, Druggist. of Brunswick, Me.,
says: "I have never known Ayer's Sarsa
parilla fail to give satisfaction. In hundreds
of cases within my knowledge it has proved
a perfect specific for diseases arising from
impurities in the blood. I regard it as an
invaluable spring medicine."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
Worth $5 a bottle.
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
Col. . W. Avery's Remarkable Statement.
This gentleman was treated for years by
eminent specialists, and the Brown-Sequard
remedy was tried. Ile states he had spent
upwards of seven thousand dollars with the
moist eminent physicians, and otberwise,
but without the least benefit. He bade his
old comrades in arms an affectionate faire
well more than a year ago, and yet, here is
what he writes under a fresh date. Could
anything be more wonderful ?
GENTLrEE.:-I was in a very bad fix. I
was bedridden. Kidneys disordered, di
gestion torpid, arm helpless with rheuma
tismi and blood poison (the effectof a wound
received during the war) and full of that
odions disease catarrh. The doctors said I
would not live and quit giving me medicine,
as it did no good. I have since used noth
ing but Germetuer. My kidneys are well,
my digestion good, my palsied arm is well,
my catarrh removed, and my general health
is excellent. L W. AVERY.
Colonel Avery was for several years editor
of the Atlanta Constitution, and his vigor
ons and versatile editorials gave that sheet a
vivacity which won for him an enduring
reputation as a first-classs journalist. For
many years he was Ex-Governor and Sena
tor Colquitt's secretary, later, had charge of
the U. S. treasury department, and is to-day
a proud, living monument to the virtues of
that great healing and life-giving elixir, Dr.
King's Royal Germetner.
Do not class it with other proprietary
remedies. It is so far beyond all of them in
its beautiful proportions and accurate analy
sis of all that constitutesa real germ destroyer
and a health giving compound, that all other
so-called remedies for the diseases which it
will cure must take a back seat to give the
highway to this great and wonderful reme
dy for human health and happiness.
Price $1.00 per bottle. For sale by all
druggists' and by Dr. King's Royal Germe
tuer Co., 14 N. Broad st., Atlanta, Ga.
For sale in Mfanning by J. G. Dinkins &
Co. ;in Foreston by Dr. L. W. Nettles.
$50 Fire Policy
your Farmi Residence
in most cases
Your house is not
apt to burn,
inl case it did
you would be in
a decidedly bad fix;
were insur'ed with
any of tile
Fi-e Iinurance Companies
S. A. Nettles
voud1 be promfptly paid.
S. A. Nettles, Manning, S. C., represents
some of the best tire insurance companies
in he worrl
T AKE 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 thec best selected and most complete line of new styles and late novelties for the present season.
3e it and be satisfied, for you are bound to find just what you want. Another very importan t thing for you to know is that we give
UALITY as well as QUANTITY, and show in all departments goods of the highest grade of value and general excellence,
ind lastly, be it remembered, that
IN PRICE WE PLEASE YOU
With the best figures it is possible to make on honest goods. Came and see us if you want to see all the latest things in
CLOTHING, HA TS, & 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 Stre
here we will be glad for all our friends and customers to call and examine our pretty spring stock. Very respectfully,
BROWN & CHANDLER,
Main2 St., StT"IER, S. C.
SIA.RISBY. _oYl A l OE
a just received from Northern markets aF UN TR
mprising all of the newest styles and
>velties of the season.jBYP CASN YORG DSO
Dress Goods.IT BEUiTZER & SPANN FURNITURE CO.,
Myline of Dress Gaos is complete, cn g
eges, Suitings, Ginghams, 24 and 36 inch
)radesan aso a colt liestrm They have all you could wish in low price, edum, adexpensive gos
fngs and silk sashing to suit the above.
Flower Pots, Wire Stands, and Refrigerators.
NOTINSNOTINS3 Call and examine their goods and be convinced.
seceo sr nd Hosiery, LarVOrnamTnT
mdecifwindow Draperies, and 0L I T, IR~I12 iie
agon load of other things that I have notg
om to mention. My stock of , -MANUFACTURER OF-,
Tin MarZnie ancd. Grzanaite.
complete, also a full line of Gents' Fur- MAGNOLIA CEMETERY AVENUE,An ryofB ga s
ishn Gods, F atnd trev'Hatsoiunhs's tn C II A R L E S T O N, S. C.wilmrhfoorstedungteet
Enterprise Cars pass ollice and workshops. fwwes h aoen fvlewl l
.s'thanpinesheAlast. Come tonseefourostock.
S h o e s ,s o Sotes awilsbeatlibal.duc.
line of Hardwaretconoitinattintiin theopossibeitiesGofdlowhprices.oW
cmletegecagnmm$s~'e.'ad hc hv neavoredsto makeevastattratheivesas, the newest
kirndq f Swes Soese t ers , puanrchaessed bodceynottemeiananeFreg
aesttnl chimko hand a s genea line of F ar keswl lo. eeamt-aeth o cmlt
er'>ules Aloafl line of Gens',Ladery.Chl
Sumter, ~. ~.Smer. DTONN
luare r goosinqaty et isandt wis-b
Shoes, hoesnom cetio ote whaotunity gikthih
pis untie you Thue ealythe casehof the
We invte you attetion t oui~ ine o Goodsthis eo plteisth wors.EI only fo cnotycoh n
hilrensFne ad Cmmorehos.esrIants you will mse s, a wati
unhesitaingly caim to ave as ood aneasrearkts.willalloa.ly clirdtochavethe moe
honet alineof ent', Ldie', ad Cil-~. o cople e low all Competition.
dren's Shoes as will be found in any retail ine1. Fiedesbtoso. o.hr utn
store in th country.e dc rss p o s 4c. spool, spool cttons
2cr(2e yrds)thnsandneelentry. a.
Groceries, Groceries. Drs God9N IO gHas Sos9 eapecs .,cadu.
My Grocery Department, the last meon- adungie
onck ful othe fanciest and fne.t FniyCTETTT~ ANlcns ais jre et l a
rocris My ware rooms re abundantly chdsjrey ets6.S hpieswe
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ay that all the gods ne itd in teAnte1il~)ltlttlil!orv okowifitweivQu
rious departments above will be sold at 'ela - . it NxtoF o'swer to ,
he lowest cash prices and as cheap as willitasQatt, gv te lICS PS1 S.0
be found elsewhere, and any one donbting etmaeohostoos____________________
th the cash, adtey wil ind that what Almi resrciep'mtatnin allisS~t01
Isay I mean, and what I advertise I have III .caww&
n stock. Very respectfully, a~l~lif.wocnm a
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