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PUBLISHES ALL COUN Y AL D TO W N
MANNING, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1899.
For the Ladies.
Ladies, you all are invited to at
tend our great Millinery Opening of
Spring Pattern Hats and Fine Dress
Goods, Silks and Ribbons, on
TUESDAY, MARCH 28.
We will have one of the most beau
tiful displays of Pattern Hats and
Spring Millinery ever shown in the
town of Manning.
We will also show on that day a
most beautiful line of Spring Dress
Goods, Wash Goods, Lawns and Or
gandies in both Imported and Do
0 Remember the day, Tuesday,
March 28th, and all the balance of
W. E. JENKINSON.
Notice is hereby given
that no advertisements will
be hereafter changed in this
paper where the copy is
brought in later than Sat
Mr. J. T. Stukes, Jr.,is home on a visit to
Died in Sumter last Saturday a six months
old son of Hon. R. 0. Purdy.
Mr. Aaron Weinberg has become a knigLt
of the grip and is now on the road.
Silver Skin and Yelliow Onion Sets. R.
B. Loryea, the druggist.
Today the editor celebrates th'e 42nd an
niversary of his coming into this world.
*.rockinton has a full line of spectacles.
and can fit 3oung or old eyes. Try him.
A negro by the name of Jack Hanks want
ed in this county broke jail in Sumter last
. Woods' Seed are-good seed. We sell
them. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
The New York racket store is opening up
a large stock of spring goods recently pur
chased by Mr. Kendall while up North.
Everybody likes good perfamery. Dr.
Brockinton has a full supply of all kinds
and can please you.
There has been no trace found of the
horse stolen from Mr. D. M. Bradham nbr
the buggy stolen from Rev. J. 0. Gough.
For Rent-Four-room cottage, $6; Net
ties house, 8 rooms, $13i. Apply Mrs. E. C.
Alsk. [9 -tf
The small pox scare has about subsided,
Cornelius Ward is convalescent, and we
hope the danger, at least for this season is
Woods' Southern Garden Seed are the
best for Southern planting. Just received
a full line. R. B. Loryea, the druggist.
Supervisor Owens is putting Fellow
ship branch in an excellent condition, and
since he put his portable jail on the road a
great deal of time is being saved.
Mrr. Simon Iseman and family of Spar
tanburg has moved to Manning and will
make this place their future home. Mr.
Iseman has taken a position in the Levi
To'restore clear skin, the bright eye, the
alert gait and sound healty, use Dr M A
Simm-~ons' liver medicince. Sold by Dr WV
Those of our readers who think it an
easy task to bring out a newspaper, when
their is no news, and with all of the coun
try correspogdents busy planting their
crops, should come and try it for a while
and we think after one week they will be
convinced that it is not the editors fault
when the paper comes out as newsless as
this issue is.
The new tobacco warehouse company has
purchased a lot on Church street, next to
the property of Mrs. F. E. Brockinton and
the contract for erecting the building has
been awarded to Mr. J. M. Mc~oy of For
eston.- The house is to be 80 feet wide by
150 feet long. The location is a very good
one and we expect to see a lively competi
tion this fall in the tobacco business.
Rob childbirth of its terrors and minim
ize the pain and dangers of labor by using
Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Sold by Dr. WV M Brockinton.
We hear of a probability of a cotton seed
oil mill being put up in the county soon,
and the projector is undecided whether he
1.-1l establish it in Manning or St. Paul.
Hs hesitation is caused by the indifference
shown about the welfere e ! the town. Ev
erybody seems to think that progress will
come like the flowers in the spring-from
nature-and therefore do not try to nur
Quite a sensation sprung last Friday near
Alcoin on the "Bob McLeod" place, by the
finding of an infant male child, supposed
to be white, in a well. The supposition is
that the child was thrown into the well to
hide the shame of its mother. Coroner An
drews was sent for and an inqaest was
started last Saturday. bnt not concluded.
We presume another inquiry will be made
into the horror, and we sincerely hope for
the sake of decency and for that community
that the fiendish 'parent wiH be discovered
and receiv-e the punishment she merits.
Ladies desiring a contented and happy
old age shculd use Simmons' Squaw Vine
Wine or Tablets, commencing at 40 years
old and continue during "change of life."
Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
The claims of volunteers in the late war
who paid their expenses to Columbia and
took receipts therefor in expectation of be
ing reimbursed by the State cannot now be
paid as was expected on accouct of the mis
take of the engrossing clerk who failed to
put in the appropriation bill the amend
ment providing for the payment of the
above claims. Capt. L. S. Carson has been
corresponding with Mr. Boyd Evans, pri
vate secretary of the Governor, in regard to
these claims and has bcen promised that if
anything can be done out of the appropria
tion by Congress to reimburse the State f.or
expenses incurred in enlisting volunteers,
he will communicate with him later.-Item.
The signature of the peace treaty by the
Queen Regent of Spain was a wise act, and
the woman who took reponsibility for con
cluding the business which had to be end
ed, deserves well of her countrymen. The
politicians of Spain have shirked and
dodged the matter, fearing that odinm
would attatch to them and that their for
tunes might suffer. The Queen Regent,
who throughont Spain's misfortunes has
been the finest tigore in her country, took
the settlement upon herself. and acted
bravely and wisely. The treaty had to N
concluded aud the dilly dallyiug was child
ish and might have had woeful results to
Spain, but the Queen alone had the courage
to brave the popular regard in order to do
what she knewv to be right. Maria Christi
na should be an inspiration to her people
to renewal and rehabilitation of thei r un
.appy lanA _('hnreston Post.
One of our Manning boys, now in Amer
icus, Ga., telegraphs home to his parents
the glad tidings of his success. The young
man referred to is Mr. Lionel C. Stukes. a
son of Mr. J. T. Stukes, who studied phar.
niacy under Dr. R. B. Loryea in this town,
and a few months ago went to Americus to
tale a position in the Dodson Pharmacy.
where he bad the advantage of a suitable
library to continue his studies. Last week
Le went before the State board at Atlanta
and his examination resnltedi in his getting
a diploma as a i..rinacist. We wish for
the young man a successful career in his
chosen profession, for if strict integrity, a
lofty ambition and energy are requisites of
succes-, then we feel sure Lionel Stukes
will Dot remai& long on the lower rounds
of the pharmaceutical ladder.
Constipation of the bowels may be easily
cured by a few doses of Dr M A Simmons'
liver medicine. Sold by Dr W M Brockin
Complaints have again been made to us
about THE 'TIMES not being delivered regu
larly at Fulton and )ther postoffiees. Nw'.
we mast insist upon postmasters deliver
ing THE TtES to whom it Is addressed or
we shil certainly make complai.t to the
postofice department. Fhere is no sense
or justice in permitting a sct of dead-bfats
taking a paper belonging to a man who has
pai his money for it, and postmasters
that permit the practice arc simlply encouzr
aging these dead-beats to the injury of the
paper. Just as long as on- of these snek
ers c; n go to a postoffce and iead his
neigh'bor's paptr, jnot so long will lie con.
tinue to do so and refrain from subscrib
ing himself, and by doing so it often hap
pens that the subscriber who pays for his
paper does not get it all and becomes pro
voked into having his paper stopped alto
gether. We have suffered from this sort of
thing a; long as we care to and the next
comhdaint we get, it shall be forwarded to
the po.stai authorities for their attention,
and we gue.s something will drop.
The curative properties, strength and ef
feet of Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine are
always the same. It cannot be equalled.
Sold by 12r W M Brockinton.
A new business enterprise is soon to be
started by which Manning is to have an
other turchant. :,ir. Lomis Levi has se
cired the store recently occupied by the
Davis Hardware Company and will opec
up a business on Lis own account. In
a conversation with Mr. Levi we were in
formed that it is his purpose to go into busi
n;ess here %%here he was born and raised,
instead of going abroad; that he will do a
general mezcantile business on up-to-date
methods and upon legitimate business
principles. He does not intend to be a
drone in the town and will endeavor to
make Manning a first class market by buy
ing goods in the best markets for cash and
then offer such inducements as will give the
trading public eucouragement to come bere.
Mr. Levi has secured the services of Mr.
P. B. Thames and we cel sure that the two
will draw a good trade from the start. As
soon as Mr. Levi determined to start in
business for himself the traveling salesmen
were on hand anxious to sell him, and al
ready he has brought a good part of his
stoci. He will open up about the 1st of
next month, and we wish for him, that
which he deserves, great success.
Shorten the time of confinementstrength
en mother and supply breast milk for child
by using Simmons' Squaw Vine Wine or
Tablets. Sold by Dr W M Brockinton.
To Our Business Men.
Did it ever occur to you that no commu
nity making a pretense towards business
can get along without the aid of a newspa
per? If this thought has not occurred to
you then we beg that you give the same
your earnest consider ition. We are here
in the newspaper business with the intent
to give bur town all of the help we can; it
is our purpose to lend encouragement to
every enterprise which tends to build up
the town and enhance the value of prop
erty. but if our efforts are not appreciated
with a substantial patronage we must
sooner or later throw up the sponge and
quit the business. Our business men with
but few exceptions do not support the pa
per of their town and county. They are
all anxious that it should remain one of the
necessary adjuncts of the town, but they
want it at the expense of the few who do
advertise. Is there any wonder thut the
sheriff is called upon? If the business ele
ment of a town have no more public spirit
and push than the little cross-road mer
chant, loss of business necessarily follows
and failures are the result. Look over the
columns of THE TDIxs and the tale is told;
our merchants are not catering for a trade
other than that which conditions and cir
cumstances force to come here.
There are some merchants here who are
anxious to keep in touch with the business
world and they do business upon business
principles; they advertise because they
know that it pays, and it gives the town a
better showing abroad. These merchants
are not content to wait for a trade that
comes because it cannot go elsewhere, but
they push forward and invite a trade here,
and by offering such inducements as will
attract that trade they in a measure build
up or rather hold together that which the
non-advertising and lack of public spirit
merchants would let go away.
If all of the merchants and other busi
ness men in this town would advertise
their business properly we would not have
to stand upon the streets and grumble
about the dullness of trade. There are
some mierchat~ts who will not advertise be
cause they say that they do a credit busi
nesa and if they advertise prices the credit
customers will want the goods at advertised
prices, but these same merchants do not
hesitate to say that they want to share in
the cash trade and it a buyer has the
money prices can be fixed all right. Now
then why do not such metechants advertise
their goods upon a cash basis and, thus
arouse a competition that will bring about
a renewed activity to their trade,andt at the
same time give our town that importance
which is due it.
No other medicin e builds up and fortifies
the system against miscarriage as wvell as
Simmons' Squawv Vine Wine or Tablets.
Sold by Dr \V . Brockinton.
A Claireindon Widow Remated.
From the Lexington Dispatch we clip a
communication which will be of interest to
many in this county, and it will also prove
that it is sometimes well for people to go
Swansea, S. C., March 10, 1899.
o the Editor of the Dispatch:
Last Wednesday evening, March 8th, in
the Baptist chuich, in Swansea, our genial
friend and townsman, Mr. W. M. Johnson.
and Mrs. M. E. Carrol. of Manning, S. C.
were married, in the presence of a large
concourse of friends and relatives by Rev.
Thos. F. Rivers. The contracting partios
then repaired to the home at the groom,
where a sumptuous feast had been pre
pared. Then the racket began for every
body it seemned, had gotten a cow-horn, tin
horn, fog-horn, 1 .w share, mill saw, or
something with wvhich to make a noise, and
they made it. They were also serenaded
with stringed music, and the newly mar
red couple seemed to er'joy the seienades.
May they live long ann, if their cup of
joy dioes not run over, may it always be
full. J. B. L.
A Clever Trick.
It certainly looks like it, but the~e is
really no trick about it. An ybody can try
it who has lame back and weak kidneys,
malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he
can cure himself right away by taking Elec
tric Bitters. this medicine tones up the
whole system, acts as a stimulant to the
liver 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 restore~s the system to its nat
Iural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be
convinced that they are a miracle worker.
Every bottle gnaranteed. Only 50dc a bottle
at t. B. Loryea's drug store. 3
Attentioni, Maninigi Guards!
Yuare hereby ordered to be at your ar
moy Saturday, March 25th, for the pur
pose of reorganizing and electing offcers
for ensuing year. Members having uni
forms who do not intend to re-enlist must
turn them in to ihe secretary on that date.
By order WV. M. L1-wis, Capt.
That "Great Scott" (uin Filled willi
Editor THE Tims:
It was purposed that the reply of
last week should end our connection
with your rich, rare and racy con
tributors in their allusions to us; but
that last was too "goody good" to be
laid out unfeelingly in the cold.
Really, however, the awful front car
ried by those youths and those
threatening innuendoes were calcu
lated to dismay the "unsophisti
Frightful, we would imagine, as
the utterances of that fearful appari
tion described by the poet, who
could "a tale unfold, whose lightest
word would harrow up thy soul;
freeze thy young blood," etc. Vain
expectati'on! - only words. words,
As to authorship of that plain, un
varnished article, admit, only for
sake of argument, that a-few sugges
tions were made: is it not better,
thus, and timely in reply, than to
devote two weeks to bring forth a
production as dry and void of liter
arv essence as those fabled apples of
Sodom, which looked so tempting
and turned to dust and ashes in your
grasp? They appeared to take a
goodly share of comfort over their
English accompanied by allusions to
dictionaries great and small, but a
cursory examination shows that they
must have branched out into the
Phonetic, Volupuk or some high
Dutch, for instauce: "unsophisto
cated." Here a small dictionary
would have served a good purpose.
An accusation of "contempt of
court" was laid. What of the learned
judge, dignifiedly ploughing with his
rugged, judicial heels through those
unoffending oats in another man's
field? Hear of contempt of court!
The Fates forbid:
In breathing adieu to the subject,
we would commend a little caution
lest they become afflicted with that
disease, so prevalent in the days of
youth and the dread of editors, an
insatiabl-e desire for scribbling and
seeing one's productions in print.
With this we consign the controversy
and warrant to the tomb of the Cap
Bun~ the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Stages of Water.
Camden, March 17, 8 a. m.-Height
of Wateree river, 28.3 feet, being a
rise of 3.4 of a feet during past 24
Columbia,March 17,8 a. m.-Height
of Congaree river, 12 feet, being a
rise of 4.2 feet during past 24 hours.
St. Stephen's, March 20, 8 a. m.
Height of Santee river, 8.4 feet, be
ing a rise of 1-10 of a foot during past
Buckiet's Arnica 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 piles,or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or monev
refni td. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
R. B. Loryea.
Don't fail to hear President A. P. Mon
tague of Furman University March 26th at
the Baptist church. Lecture at 1130a. m.
"Baptist Education" at S p.m. "Christian
Education. J. 0. GOUGH.
WVe have saved many doctor bills since
we began using Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy in our home. We keep a bottle open
all the time and whenever any of my fam
ily or myself begin to catch cold we begin
to use the cough remedy and as a result we
never have to send away for a doctor and
incur a large doctor bill, for Chamberlain's
Dough Remedy never fails to cure. It is
certainly a medicino of great merit and
worth.-D. S. Mearkle, general merchant
ad farmer, Bedford county, Pa. For sale
by R. B. Loryea, druggist.
The Second South Carolf in omning Home
Havana, March 21.-Thompson leaves
Wednesday, Eaves Thursday, Wagener
Saturday, Savannah, via Tampa.-Bristow.
Flushed cheeks, throbbing temples, nau
sea, lassitude, lost appetite, sallow coin
pexion, pimples, blotches, are warnings.
Take Dr M A Simmons' liver medicine.
Sold by Dr WV M Brockinton.
The White Man's Burden.
r Copyright, 1899, by 1tudyard Kipling.]
Take up the White Man's burden
Send forth the best ye breed
Go, bind your s-ns to exile
To serve your captive's need;
To wait, in heavy harness,
On fluttered folk and wild
Your new-caught sullen peoples.
Half devil and half child.
Take up the White Man's burden
In patience to abide,
To veil the threat of terror
And check the show of pride;
By open speech and simple,
An hundred times made plain,
To seek another's profit
And work another's gain.
Take up the White Man's burden
The savage wars of peace
Fill full the mouth of Famine,
And bid the sickness cease;
And when your goal is nearest
(The end for others sooght.)
Watch sloth and heathen folly
Bring all your hopes to nought.
Ta'cke up the White Man's burden
No iron rule of kings,
But toil of setf and sweeper
The tale of common things.
The ports ye shall not enter.
The roads ye shall not tread,
Go, make them with your living
Aud mark them with your dead.
'ake up the White Man's burden,
And reap his old reward
Te blameC of those ye better
he hate of those ye gnard
'he erv of those ye humor
(Ab, slowly !) toward the light:
"Why brought ye us Irom bondage,
Ouhr ioved Egy ptian night?"
Tale up the White Man's burden
Ye dare not stoolp to less
Nor call too loud on Freedom
T.io.eloke y onr weariness.
By all ye wui or whisper,
By all ye leave or do.
The silent sullen peoples
Shall weigh your God and you.
Take up the White Man's burden!
Have done with childish days
The lightly-proffered laurel.
TIhe easy ungrudged praise:
Comes nowr, to search your manhood
Through all the thankless years,
Cold, edged with dlear-bought wisdom,
Trhe judgment of your peers.
A. It. De Fluent, editor of The Journal,
Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number of
years from rhenmatism in his right shoul
der and sude. lHe says: "My right arm at
tiie wua entirely useless. I tried Chamn
beran's Pain Balm, and was surprised to
receive relief almost immediately. The
I 'n Dalm has been a constant companion
of mine ever sincejand it never fails." For
sale by R. b. Loryta, druggist.
The reatl proof of the pudding is in
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Never have fine goods sold for
lower prices than we are now mak
We invite yourinspcction of our
every department, which will re
veal to von bargaits for cash that
Will dfy all com1etition.
Wak the pi ivilee or selli::g
.o on the closest living margin
the fineSt styles :un1 qualities that
money can buy in the line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing,
I [ats, Caps, Hardware,
Full supply of Farmers' Imple
ments on hand at Rock Bottom
Eargains in Clothing never heard
of before, and in fact in every
thing that we keep.
Inspect the goods, compare the
prices and you must admit that we
are offering the opportunity of the
Give us just one chance to make
you Lappy vith beautiful goods at
Economy, comfort and satisfac
tion goes with every purchase made
S. A. RIOBY.
"Tested and True."
Wood's Seeds are Southern
g grown and are adapted for
Southern soil and climate.
For an early crop and a good
stand be sure to plant Wood's
Silver Skin and Yellow Den
ver Onion Sets and Wood's
Early Rose Seed Potatoes.
R..B. LORYEAa DRUBBIST.
SICN OF THE COLDEN MORTAR.
9 Cure LaGrippe or bad colds or
coughs in one day by using
24 Hour tecver Core
S Laxative Bromo Quinine.
3 We sell and guarantee these goods.
R. B. I.OYEA he DggISE
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of J. R. Thames, deceased,
will present them duly attested to
A. J. RICHBOURG,
St. Paul, S. 0., March 14, 1899. [4t
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Probate Judge for
Clarendon county on April 1st, 1899. for
letters of discharge as administratrix of the
estate of William P. Pengler, deceased.
MBs. T. L. PEAGLER.
Jordan, S. C., March 4, 1899. [36-At
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Probate Judge for
Clarendon county on April 1st, 1899, for
letters discharge as administratrix of the
estate of 3. J. Boyd, deceased.
KATE B. GAILLARD.
Dulbants, S. C., March 1, 1899. [36-4t
On the 30th day of March, 1899, I will
apply to the Judge of Probate for Claren
don county for letters dismissory as guar
dian for E. Fant Epps and H. Van Epps.
J. S. EVANS.
Workman, S. C., Feb. 23. 1899. [35-4t
J. L. WILSON,
Notary Public and
Will place Fire Insurance in T HE PALA
TINE INSURANCE COMPANY, of En -
land and the SUN MUTTAL, of New
Orleans. Also represent THE PRUDEN
TIAL Life Insurance Company of Ameri
ca, one of the strongest and best compa
Call on me before taking out your Insur
OFFICE AT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
M ANNING, S. C..
Rhame's White Pine Balsam,
I "THE BEST IS NONE TOO COOD."
Summerton, S. C.
W HE N YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Which is fitted up with an
- eye to the comfort of his
customers... .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
S H AV IN G AND
S HA MPO OING
Done with neatness and
-iispatch.... .. ....
A cordial in vitation
J. L. W ELLS.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MAN.NING, S. C.
Bringo-ur Job Work to The Times office
Is the day on which we will show the largest
shown in the town of Manning. The Pattern
all the balance of the week and we will be glh
styles or fashion to visit our opening some df
tend our G-rand Opening of Spring Millinery.
SPRING DRESS GOODS
In addition to our Millinery opening we will have on ex
hibit a most beautiful line of Spring Dry Goods containing
all the latest styles and fabrics of the season.
White Piques and Welts from 10 to 25C per yard. Fig
ured Piques in every description.
A beautiful line of White Organdies, from I Oc to 50c
per yard. The cheapest and prettiest line of Figured Or
gandies ever shown in this town at 10c per yard.
Our line of yard-wide Percales at 6c per yard beits any
thing ever shown in Manning in the way of Percales.
Our line of Shirt Waist Prints at 3 1-2c per yard is cer
tainly beyond the reach of our competitors; they cannot be
bought today by the case at what we are now offering them,
viz: 3 1-2c per yard. In short, we know we have many lines
of goods which we are offering to our patrons cheaper than
our competitors can buy them, for we bought them in De
cember when dry goods were at the lowest and we are going
to sell them cheap for the cash.
SKIRTS AND WAISTS.
We have opened up a new department in the way of la
dies' ready-made Skirts and Shirt Waists.
Beautiful black Brilliantine Skirts, any size or length,
from $1.50 to $2.
Ladies' Ready-Made Shirt Waists, beautiful styles and
patterns, at 40, 45 and 75c each, and you must look at these
goods they will certainly please you.
Remember the Day,
-GO TO THE
N. Y RACKET STORE
AND EX AMINE T HEIR
Our Millinery Parlor will be
open the last of this week.
C. W. KENDALL, Prop.
and most beautiful line of Pattern Hats ever
Hats will be on exhibit all day Tuesday and
td to see every lady who cares anything about
ty that week. Ladies, you are invited to at
The ladies are cdtching on to the idea of sending us
their orders for Butterick Patterns. We are now ordering
lots of Patterns daily to all parts of the county and do you
know how we do it? We'hand out free to all who will call
Butterick Fashion Sheets
and if any lady sees a pattern on these sheets she would like
to have all she has to do is to send me the number, size and
price of the Pattern and it will be mailed to her postoffice ad
dress at the price named on the fashion plate.
In ordering Patterns from me, fill out the following
blank or one like it and send to me:
I W. E. JENKINSON, Manning, S. C.
Please send me Pattern Number ..................
N am e..............................................
Sign your name, along with the price of the Pattern, in
money or in stamps, and the Pattern will be at your post
office in from four to six days after you send me the money.
ruesday, March 28th.
Then See Us Before You Buy Your Groceries.
Just before the last advance in FLoUR we purchased 900 barrels and we can 'sell it
at mill price. -Another thing, we will guarantee every barrel to give perfect satisfaction
for the price you pay for, it, Another big item is, we will deliver it at any other station
in sumter or Clarendon county at prices given below in 5 barrel lots or more..
Best Fancy Patent Flour at.........~ ilra lsSet6oth0t$57 rs
Best Half Patenc Fancy Flour at.... 4 30 Mths
Best straight Flour at. ...........4 00GodPrra.....5pegos
Best Family Flour at.............~ T3ao75
Good Family at................. 3 503lbcnh dpakat Sco
Rice.2l a' adpcea . 0 o
100 lb bags, good, af.............. 3 75CandGos
100 lb bags, best whole, at........5 00 Pte aa.......0 o
G rits.BatBe,1l ana. .-.1 o
2 bushel bags, at........... 120AakSlont...........90c-2o
2 bushel bags meal, at ........... 1 10Sadns10cnsicse $.0ae
~Starch. SgrCr,2l as t lc o 5
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