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PUBL1SHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1898.
A Bold Offer.
We make this bold offer, that no
one can come into our store with
money in his pocket wanting a nice
suit of clothes and go out without
them, that is if he knows a good
bargain when he sees it.
Another great bargain we have to
offer is a nice line of yard-wide fast
color Percales at 6te per yard, which
are sold everywhere at 10c.
A nice lot of Sea Island Homespun
at 3c per yard. Very heavy Check
Shirtings at 5c per yard. Jeans and
Pants Tweeds at 15c per yard that
are sold everywhere at 20c. Great
reductions in ]Fine Dress Goods.
Great values in nice Black Capes.
We challenge the town to offer as
nice line of 4c Calicoes as we are of
fering; they are well worth 6c per
vard. Ladies', Gent's and Children's
aoes, the best grade for little
Mixed Nuts at 121c per pound; Co
coanuts 5 and 10c each. Raisins, Cit
ron and Currants for making that
Our Grocery is well stocked with
everything nice and cheap for Christ
mas. One ear of the best Liverpool
Salt ever brought to this town, very
cheap. Yours truly,
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where . the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Died near Silver on Nov. 29, Rant Tin
dal (colored) aged about 85 years.
Onion Sets for sale by R. B. Loryea, the
Died last Thursday, in Douglas township
Miss Xeiine Coker, aged about 48 years.
If you have weak eyes and need glasses,
go to Brockinton's drug store.
The Columbia Register has after thany
strugg'es for existence suspended publica
I will remain in Manning until eatur
day, Dec. 17. J. B. Taylor, photographer.
Mr. C. B. Aycock of Davis Station pre
sented us with several fine stalks of sugar
Full line of 'delicious candies. R. B.
Loryea, the druggist.
Our most profound bow is due Mr. R. U.
Davis for some fine collards, new irish po
tatoes, and tomatoes.
Orders taken for the Charlotte steam laun
dry at the New York Racket Store. S. 3.
Captain D. J. Bradham has been chosen
one of the trustees for the Connie Maxwell
orphanage. at Greenwood.
.drockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can +it young or old eyes. Try him.
Mr. J. Henry Tindal and family left to
day for Laurens Hill, Georgia, where they
will make their future home.
For Rent-Four-room cottage, ,$6; Net
tles house, 8 rooms, $13$. Apply Mrs. E. C.
Read Rigby's Christmas ad. in this issue,
and then go to his store and take the little
ones along with you to see the pretties.
Everybody likes good perfumery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
Married last Sunday at the residence of
the brides parents at Macks, near Beulah
church, Mr. Willie Goodan and Miss Re
Have just ordered a beautiful line of
Christmas novelties. R. B5. Loryea, the
Rev W. H. Hodges left last Monday
mo'rning to attend the South Carolina
Methodist conlerence which convenes to
day at Greenwood.
The Mannmng Academy will open Mon
day, October 3. Tuition, S1, $2, $3 and $4.
English, Latin, French, music and art
taught. E. C. AnannooL.
Anyone having a copy of TEE TIMEs of
September 15th, 1897, will confer a favor
by sending it to us, as we need that paper
to complete the file for 1897.
Wanted-Tenants who own plow teams
and supplies, to rent from us several one
to three-horse farms,- on very favorable
terms. D. W. Alderman & Sons' Co. [17-4t
Congress assembled last Monaany, and the
sessions work will be devoted principally
to legislating for the changed conditions
brought on by the war.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea RBemedy can always be depended
upon and is pleasant and safe to take.
Sold by 3. B. Loryea, druggist.
The case against the Lake City lynchers
which was to be tried last week in the
United States Court in Columbia was post
poned until the April term.
Married yesterday afternoon at the home
of the~ brides parents at Brogdens Mr. John
A. Bla::awell and Miss. Maude Stukes, se
cond daughter of Mr. J. Carson Stukes.
After December 5th James & Cu's beef
market will be found opposite Brown &
Co's drug store instead of old Postoffice
building. We keep a firs:-claiss market
and will be pleased to see all our patrons.
If we were to announce that one of our
town widowers is to soon marry one of
our town widows, in might occasion some
surprise. Look around and guess who it
Overcome evil with good. Overcome
your coughs and colds with One Minute
Cough Cure. It is so gcod children cry for
it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia,
grippe and all throat and lung diseases.
The Sumter Masonic temple was sold
last Monday under foreclosure of mortgage
and was bid in by Hon. R. I. Manning for
$7,700, much less than the cost of the build
Boothing, healing, cleansing. De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve is the implacable enemy
of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails
toure piles. You may rely upon it. it.
Married by Judge J. E. Richbourg near
Forceston last 'Thursday, Mr. J. H. David ,of
Wiimsburg County and Miss. Lillie Kel
ley, e~1est daughter of Mr. W. T. Kelley of
Married at the residence of the brides
broth er, by Rev. Y. vonA. Riser, last Sun
day sifternoon, Mr. William Tlutie, of Greel
eyville and Miss. Lula Keels. The bride
has a number of relatives in this county.
There is a disposition at present among
the farmers to plant less cotton, buy less
guano, and stay out of debt next year, raise
more hog and hominy considerably more
cane, and live at home, instead of at the
Died last Sunday afternoon, at Bristol,
Teun Miss. Emma C. Hammell. The de
ceased was born and spent her childhood
in Manning. and after the death of her
father Mr. Mike Hammell, the family m ov
ed to Sumter, where Miss. Emma became
assistant operator in the Western Union
telegraph office. Her many friends here
Cards are out announcing the coming
marriage of Dr. George L. Dickson and
Miss Leila Davii. The ceremony will take
place at the home of the betrothe&-s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Elbert Davis, fhurs
day evening December 15th.
When ycu ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imita
tion. There are more cases of piles being
<-ured by this than all others combined. R.
On the 28th day of November last Mr.
Charles Mims and Miss. Sug Mims, defied
the objections of parents, and repaired to
the residence of Rev. R. E. Smith near
Sandv Grove, and by that divine were
joined in holy wedlock and sent off rejoic
Many a household is saddened by death
because of the failure to keep on hand a
safe and absolutely certain cure for croup
such as One Minute Cough Cure. See that
your little ones are protected against emer
gency. It. B. Loryea.
Elsey Harvin a negress was coniitted
to jail from Clarendon's hell hole, Rewini,
yesterday charged with the murder of her
daughter a girl about 14 years old. Tue
killing was the result of a gambling row.
the woman shot at a man and hit tie girl;
all hands were drinking aiid gambling.
A cough is not like a fever. It does not
have to run a certain coarse. Cure it
quickly and effectually with One Minute
Cough Cure, the best remedy for all ages
and for the most severe cases. We recom
mend it because it's good. R. B. Loryea.
It is with great pleasure that we ac
knowledge the receipt of newspapers from
Manila, Philippine Islands, and we feel
under obligations to the sender, Mr. W. T.
Wilder, for the thoughtful courtesy. Our
readers will remember Mr. Wilder, who for
a number of years was a salesman in the
store of Mr. M. Levi. Wilder went from
here to Texas and enlisted in the United
States Army. His gentlemanly conduct
attracted the notice of the commanding of
ficer, and he was given a position which
lightened the hardship of a soldiers life
and gave him more pay. When the Span
ish-American war broke out Wilder's regi
ment was one which was ordered to Hono
lula, and from their to Manila to aid Dew
ey in holding the captured city. We hope
Mr. Wilder will send us a letter for TBE
It is folly for people to subject themselves
to attacks of chills and fever and malarial
troubles, when by the timely use of Ra
mon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets and Ra
mon's Pepsin Chill Tonic they can so for
tify their systems as to entirely prevent
them. Every one knows these famous
remedies, but for fuller information ask
your druggist for pamphlets and sample
dcse. For sale by Dr. W. M. Brockinton,
Manning, S. C.
There is talk of the merchants of the
county, holding a meeting in the near fu
ture to memorialize the legislature to adopt
some law which will give some relief to the
party furnishing supplies for tenants. They
say that unless something is done it will
be impossible for a merchant to make ad
vances, and the burden will be heavy upon
the poor man who is forced to rent land.
If the merchants decline to make advances
next year, the lan d-owner will be necessari
ly forced to advance for his tenants or re
lease his rent claim in order that the ten
ant may get food to make his crop. If the
land-owner is unable to make advances to
his tenants and is compelled to go in debt
to do so, it would be far better for him to
make some amicable arrangment with
the merchant, and thus save himself
from going in debt. Just as sure as fate if
the owner of land undertakes to supply his
tenants by going in debt, he will have to
give a mortgage of his land to secure the
man who credits him, for what business
man, will sell his goods on credit without
substantial security to a man who in turn
sells them to somebody else on credit. The
experience of the past should be a lesson
for the future, with regard to giving mort
gages; the man who mortgages his land,
may be successful in his business ventures
and some day shake off the yoke, but in at
lest fifty per cent of the cases the mort
gaged property is struck down under the
Sheriffs hammer. We therefore advise our
landov-ning readers to not be stubborn
about this matter, and to go to work at once
making such concessions to the tenants
that business men will be able to carry
them through next year, which to our
mind will be the hardest we have had in
Pains in the chest when a person has a
cold indicate a tendency toward pneumo
nia. A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to
the chest over the seat of pain will promptly
relieve the pain and prevent the threatened
attack of pneumonia, This same treat
ment will cure a lame back in a few hours.
Sold by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
The County Commissioners met last
ionday and in compliance witb their in
itation the legislative delegation were
present with the exception of Hon. Henry
B. Richardson, who was prevented from
attending by extreme illness in his family.
He sent a letter regreting his inability to
be present, and in it he expressed an anx
ious desire to co-operate with the delegation
ad commissioners to aid in bringing about
such legislation as will inure to the best in
terests of the taxpayers. The commission
ers naade it plain to the delegation that it
was a business necessity to put the county
pona cash basis and the only way it can
be done, is to borow the necessary funds
from the State Sinking fund commission
ad pay cash for work and county supplies.
t was demonstrated that with a casia sys
tem there could be a saving of at least 25
per cent, for the reason that parties work
ing for the county under present condi
tions, charge more for the work in order to
meet the discounts required by men who
speculate in county papers. The levy for
county purposes for the present year was
mills and j} of a mill for back indebted
ness, and from the exhibits made to the
delegation it was shown that the levy, will
not meet the demands and a deficit is the
result which must go into past indebted
ness. With such a condition to confront,
it matters not how anxious the representa
tives are to reduce the levy au.~ thereby cut
down taxes, it will be an exceedingly diffi
cult job. However the deleuation are dis
posed to investigate and if possible they
will make a cut; at their request the clerk
of the board is to furnish each representa
tive with a complete written statement of
tne county's finances so a study of the sub
ject can be made before the meeting of the
Bears the heKind You Have Always Bought
Stages or Water.
Camden, Dec. 2, 8 a. m.-Heighnt of
Wateree river, 6 feet, being a fall of
5-10 of a foot during past 24 hours.
Dec. 6, 8 a. m.-Height of Wateree
river, 9.5 feet, being a rise of 2.4 feet
uring past 24 hours.
Columbia, Dec. 1, 8 a. m.-Height
f Congaree river, 1.1 feet, being a
rise of 1-10 of a foot during past 24
Dec. 6, 8 a. m.-Height of Conga
ree river, 2.3 feet, being a rise of 8-10
of a foot during past 24 hours.
St. Stephen's, Dec. 3, 8 a. in.
height of Santee river, 7.3 feet, be
ng a fall of 3-10 of a foot during past
Dec. 6, 8 a. m.-Height of Santee
river, 7.5 feet, being a rise of 2-10 of a
foot during past 24 hours.
A Clever Truck.
It certainly looks like it, but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody can try
it who has lame back and weak kidneys,
naaria o:- nervous troubles. We mean he
an cure himself right away by taking Elec
tric Bitters. Ihis medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to the
iver and kidneys, is a blood purifier and
nerve tonic. It cures constipation, head
ache, fainting spells, sleeplessness and
melancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild
laxative, and restores the system to its nat
ural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be
onvinced that they are a miracle worker
Every bottle guaranteed- Only 50c a bottle
Last Friday night while Mr. J. S. Plow
den and his family were at supper in their
home in the fork, a scoundrel entered the
other end of the house through a window
and stole a trunk, the contents of which
was clothing belonging to Mrs. Plowden
and the children, there was also a mite box
containing 96 cents belonging to one of
the little ones. A few minutes after the
robbery Mrs. Plowden sent her daughter
into the room for soni purpose, and it was
not until then that they knew of what had
happened. A hand on the place came up
in a little while and when he learned of
what had taken place he said that he heard
someone running off with something
that rattled. and he hailed them to stop,
but they ran on the faster.
On Safturday Mr. Plowden came to Man
ning and secured a search warrant, and
while he, with his help were out hunting
for the thieves and the property, they re
ceived information of a conspiracy to set
fire to Mr. W. P. Emanuel's ginnery, rob
his house, and if it was necessary to effect
their purpose, kill 'ar. Emanuel. When
this information reached them they tem
porarily abandoned the search wartant and
went after August Barno and Fred Ham
met whom it is alleged endeavored to per
suade other parties to join them in their
damnable crime. When H [mmets house
was reached some ore came to the door
and undertook to engage them in conversa
tion, and while this was going on Hammet
undertook to make his escape from another
side. He was ordered by Mr. Plowden to
stop, but his anxiety to get away affected
his hearing and on he went until he was
shot in the legs. Both of the negroes were
brought on to jail Sunday and it is thought
they are the ones that stole the trunk from
Mr. Plowden's home. Yesterday the trunk
was found in a cotton patch with a part of
the contents lying on the ground. Mr.
Plowden told us that he does not think
anything is missing, but not until his wife
reached home would he be able to say defi
nitely. The prisoners in jail are to be
tried for conspiracy and if they are guilty
we hope they will never set foot on free soil
Bucklen's Aruica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures pilesor no pay required. It is guar
ateed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
Some people have more money than
brains, and are not considered
A Cure for Neuralgia.
I was for some time a sufferer from neu
ralgia. I tried nearly everything I could
bear of, but nothing did me any good un
til I purchasrd a box of Ramon's Liver
Pills & Tonic Pellets once. That was over
a year ago, and I have had no return of it
since.-Mrs. Willie Reed, Gurley, Ala.
For sale-by Dr. W. M. Brockinton, Man
ning, S. C.
Dying in poverty is easy enough.
It's living in poverty that comes
hard on a fellow.
A Wonderftl Discovery.
The last quarter of a century records
many wonderful discoveries in medicine,
but none that have accomplished more for
humnity than that sterling old household
remedy, Browns*Iron Bitters. It seems to
contain the very elements of good health,
and neither man, woman or child can take
it without deriving the greatest benefit.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Taking a walk on an empty stom
ach is said to cure indigestion-but
you should be carful whose stomach
you walk on.
The sooner a cough or cold is cured with
ot harm to the sufferer the better. Lin
gring colds are dangerous. A backing
ough is distressing. One Minute Cough
ure quickly cures it. Why suffer when
uch a cough cure is within reach? It is
leasant to the taste. R. B. Loryea.
Some old-fashioned folks, like bal
et girls, keep their fortunes in their
Bear the The indYou Hats Always Bought
The landlord has an easier job
aising the rent than the tenant has.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What is the use of making a bettor article
than your competitor if you can not get a
etter price for it?
Ans.-As there is no difference in the
price the public will buy only the better, so
that while our profits may be smaller on a
single sale they will be much greater in the
How can you get the public to know your
ae is the best?
If both articles are brought prominently
efore the public both are certain to be tried
and the public will very quickly pass judg
ent on them and use only the better one.
This explains the large sale on Chamber
ain's Cough Remedy. The people have
been using it for years and have found
that it can always be depended upon. They
ay occasionally take up with some fash
ionable novelty put forth with exaggerated
claims, but are certain to return to the one
emedy that they knov to be reliable, and
for coughs, colds and croup there is noth
ing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For sale by B.. B. Loryea, druggist.
Every land owner should have a plat of
his land. I will do surveying for the pres
ent on Saturdays. Call on or address
E. J. Bnowszx,
jan1] Manning, S. C.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of E. J. Broughton,
eceased, will present same duly at
tested and those owing said estate
will make payment to
P. H. BROUGHTON,
Fulton, S. 0., Dec. 1, 1808.
J. L. WILSON,
~otary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in THE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
land .and the SUN MUTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
a. one of the strongest and best compa
Call on me before taking out your insur
FFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
MIANNING, S. C.
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
IN ALL STYLES,
S H AV ING& AND
SH AMPO OING
Done with neatness and
dispatch..... .. ..
A cordial invitation
is extended. . .
JT L. WELT.
S. A. Righy's Store.
The Children's Toy Land,
The Young Folks' Dream.
The Old Folks' Joy.
We like to call this Children's Store, and
to an extent it is, as a Christmas store
ought to be; but it is more than that, of
course, as a Christmas store must be.
We put the little ones on top and have
for them such a handsome variety of Toys,
more than ever and such kind as we have
never shown before.
Dressed and Undressed,
Wooden and Iron
and a hundred more which we can better
show you than write.
We provide for everybody; it is the chil
dren's day, but not wholly.
Hence the holiday stock of
but we must stop before this advertisement
becomes a catalogue.
plEach buyer of Toys is entitled to a
ticket for every 10 cents he buys, and each
ticket holder has a chance at a lovely life
size Doll, stylishly dressed.
Here We Are Again
With the Handsomest Line of
Ever broufght to Manning,
in Plutsh and
Children's Toy Books,
Fine Chocolate and Don Dons
In pound and }pound boxes.
Peerless JVuzt Candy
by the pound. These are
deliciozus; also a complete
line of other fine Candies.
A4 beautiful assortment of
in great variety.
We are offering these goods
at prices to sutit the hard
Call and make you~r se
lections before our stock is
R. B. LORYEA, 6.
SION OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
Hecker's New Goods.
Rolled White Oats, per pkg......1c
Oatmeal (crushed) per pkg........ 1c
Oatmeal (pinched) per lb.........5c
Flap Jacks, per pkg............. 1c
Pearl Flakes (Ceraline) per pkg.. 1c
Graham Flour, 7-lb bag..........25c
Graham Flour, 24}-lb bag........85c
Dark plain Buckwheat, per lb.. :
S. iR. Buckwheat, 3-lb pkg........15c
S. B. Buckwheat, 6-lb pkg....... 0c
S. B. Flour, pkgs..........1c & 20c
Farina, per pkg................c
Spring Wheat "superlative pateut,"
finest in the world for bread.
Also Southern Seed Bye, per bu..0Oc
Barley Seed, per bu.................S1
SUMTER, S. C.
Dressing Cases, Shaving Sets.
Work Boxes, Smoking Sets,
Collar and Cuff Boxes.
Tete-a-Tete Sets, Vases, etc.
Toy Pistols, Watches,
Air Rifles, Pop Guns,
Drums, Iron Wagons, Balls,
Bugles, Horses, Dolls, etc.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE,
Summerton, S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME,
A7 TORNEY A2 LAW,
Is Now in Full Blast and Those Who Come
to Town This Month to Shop and Fail
to Come to Our Store Will Miss Some
thing 'hat They Will Surely Regret,
for We Have the Goods, and When it
Comes to Selling Them Cheap We
Know of no Superior, and We Are
Ready and Anxious for the Public to
Come and Investigate Our Prices and
See Who is Selling the Best and Cheap
est Goods for the Least Money.
OLD SANTA ChLS.
As usual old Santa Claus has made his appearance at
ur store, anid will stay here until after the holidays, and will
ave lots of presents for the little folks.
A large lot of Dolls and other nice little presents for the
ittle folks and some very handsome presents for the young
en and their sweethearts.
Old Santa Claus has also brought with him this time a
arge line of Nuts, Candies and Fruits for the little folks and
for the big ones too.
. We are offering Dry Goods at prices that are simply
urprisin~g. Just think of it, we are selling a nice quality of
Sea Island Homespun at 3c per yard. A beautiful line of
Percales one yard wide at 6 1-4c usual price 10c. Some of
he greatest bargains in Blankets and Comforts ever offered in
his town. Heavy Shirting Homespuns at 5c per yard that
lways sold at 8c. Come and see. Jeans and Pants Goods
ffering at 15c per yard that cannot be bought elsewhere for
ess than 20c.
In short we are offering a line of Dry Goods which have
o equal in this town when it comes to variety and cheap
ess, and all the convincing proof we want is for you to come
ad investigate and the bill is mine.
If any one wants a nice cheap Suit of Clothes and will
ome to my store with the money in his pocket we guarantee
e will never leave our store without a suit of clothes, that
is if he knows a bargain when he sees it.
We just want to say in the fewest words possible that we
defy any man to show a better one for the money.
A $1 Negligee Shirt for Only 50.
This is no hoax, but a stern reality, A large line of cot
ton and woolen Undershirts for the boys. Some of the best
alues in Gent's Hats to be found in this town. We picked
p a line of Work Shirts at 25c that cannot be offered else
here for less than 40c. Some big values in Gent's and La
dies' Mackintosh Overcoats.
A STRANGE FACT.
We are not selling our $5 ladies' hats at $2.50, but it is
singular and noticeable fact that ladies come to our store
nd buy hats almost every day. We keep a full line of sea
sonable Millinery all the time, and while we are not selling
illinery at cost, yet there is no man who is willing to take
smaller profits than we are. Can't do business without some
Our Grocery stock is up-to-date in every respect to meet
the wants of the holiday trade. Raisins, Citron, Currants
nd Cooking Butter for making that Christmas cake. Forty
pounds good Family Flour for $1. The best Coffee in town
t 0c a pound. Cheese and Maccaroni. Rice from 80c a pk
up. A large lot of the finest Red Rust Proof Oats ever
brought to this market, only 5.5c a bushel. Country Syrup,
40c a gallon.
Yours for cash,
W. E. JENKINSON.
We have just received the largest assortment of La
dies' and Misses' Capes we have ever brought to this mar
ket, and can assure the ladies that if they will only give us
a trial we will please them in style, quality and price.
Capes, 54c to $8.00.
I Wedding =Presenlts._
We have just received a large assortment of Ladies'
Handkerchief Cases, Ladies' Glove Cases, Ladies' Toilet
Sets, Cravat Cases, Albums, Picture Frames, Onyx Tables,
Easels, Pictures, Vases and Japanese Ware.
Be sure to call and get your choice before they are all
HARVIN & BARRON.
At the windows of the
NEW YORK RACK
ET STORE will con
vince you that Ken
dall has the nicest line
of Christmas Goods
that has ever been in
If you go there you can'
get something suitable
for both old and young,
Dolls and Toys
of every description,
and such a line of Cel
luiloid Goods you nev
er have seen before.
Come and get what you
want before they are
picked over. We have
.lots of them, and have
. them cheap, too.
If you will only come and see,
you will buy them, for the
prices won't hurt you.
WiilRemember we are still11ead
er and controller of low
prices on all other goods,
too. Just think who it wask
that brought prices down
Come and see me.
The N. Y. Racket
YELLOW FRONT. J
Mill and Gin Supplies,
Cane Mills and Evaporators,HosanMueSe,
Tobacco Barn Flues, Nis otNtWses
Farm Tools and Implements, et,
Wagon and Buggy Material,HadreTiweAa
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, GnPsos atigs
Pumps and Piping,Shls
Barbd an MehWie, hose PodMeCa Shetc. t
Baredtandgehi Stret, PowderACasO, et..