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, Cort-eoted every Tuesday ind Frid ity
by Sr)mmpr Br,a.
M..a...... .4.-. ..;. 8 (0 v.
Shoulders ...4............. 5 e
Hatus......................... 1 e.
Best Lard ............... ......,.... V t .
Best Molasses, new crop......,
Good Molasses .
Uay....d ... .- .. ..... 1.00.
W heat Bran....................... $1.00.
lst Patent Flour 0.................. $0 5.
2nd Best, Flour ....................
Strait Flour ........................ $5.0.
Good ordinary Flour ........... $4.00Q .( 0.
'Sugar ..... 0........... ... ........ 0 5
1119e ................ .......
Cotto .... Oc.
HU al, per sack... $1.0)
Per ton..... .. ........ $:150
Butter, per lb ..................... 16 ,20-.
Eggs, per dozen .......... 12l@.c.
Chickens, each................. 12j((020o.
Peas, per bushel.................. 50'.
Corn, per bushel.................. (.
Oats, per bushel........... 3W504.
Sweet potatoes ............ 50.00.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6 8i.
Fodder, per ct ................. 60T7c.
Newberry Cotton Market.
(Corrected Tuesday and FrIday by 0. Alit.
Good Middling.........................0 06o
.Strict Middling....................... 5 1)3
Low dng..... .........5 501
SPOT COTTON MARKET.
[Atlnta Journal, 7th.
The following are the ruling prie
of spot cotton at the places nauned:
Atlanta-Easy at Oc.
New York-1asy at 6 5-8c.
New Orleans-Very steady at j8!.
Liverpool-Steady at 3 7-8d.
Savannah-Easy at 5J.166.c
D!toi uilding Lots
ar llale in eastern portion of town
on very easy terms. Will exchange
them for farm lands.
t&flm 0. B. MAYIm.
The County Alliance
Of Newberry County will hold its
next quarterly meeting on Thuraday,
October 21, 1897.
JNO. C. WATKINS,
Sec. 3rd Dist. Alliance.
Anderson, S. C., Sept. 28, 1897.
HULLS AND MEAL
At Newberry Oil Mill. Hulls
17k cents per hundred pounds.
Meal $1.00 per hundred pounds.
Strictly cash. L. W. Floyd,
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presby
terian Church wish to remind the lad les
of the town that they will hold their
nnual Chrysanthemum Show during
o coming month and ho'pe they will
aid them as in the past.
All the Cotton Seed in Now
berry County. Don't sell or
exchange your Cotton Seed
until you see
t&ftf EVANS & WILSON.
* We mentioned last week that efforts
were boing made to get up a Kinder
* garten in Newberry. The number of
pupils will be limited to 30 and that
-number has been about secured already.
If there are any who desire to send
their children they had better consult
Drs. Houseal or Kibler at once. There
is no longer any doubt about securing
- the teacher. b~t- ieott1ed.
WE HAVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cL'r any case of
chill or fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
Druggists ont the Oorner,
The Teachers' AssocIation,
Of Newberry County will meet in the
Graded school building on Saturday,
October 9t,h, at 11 a. m. The following
is the programme:
1. Election of omeiers for the year.
2. The Natural Sciences in the Com
mon Schools. Discussion to be opened
by Natnan E. Aull.
3. Grammar. Discussion to be ope ned
by Luther Riser.
4I. M iscellaneous business.
OT LO IliG ELL!
NOT FELING RELL
This preparation is a combination
of drugs having alterative, to)nic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which thme
medical profession recommend for
skin diseases, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspepsia, Liver ComplaintA', Rhrou
It is carefully prepared fronm the
purest drugs and is 801(d at 75 cents
a bottle at
S Robes/son & Gilder's
VARIOUR AND ALL ASOUT.
There will bo communion service at
the Lit.he4-an church on Sunday morn
Robortson & Gilder are valcimining
and painting the Interior of their drug
'Mis. May Hunter, of Prosperity,
left on Wednesday night to visit her
fatnily iti Texas.
0. Klettner is,. 'n ia annex to
his Main stret ,Iing
Mr. P. e
diape ' Baxter has opened a beer
Iry OlVlend street in rear of
r. E. P. Pawley has recovered froin
riecent spell of sickness and is on
the Newberry cotton market.
13111 Arp halts a good letter to the
boys in this issue. Kvery hoy should
read it and take inspiration from it.
Cotton is looking up. It is going
higher, too, and thu mills are making
a mistake In not buying all they can.
The C., N. & L. has purchased a new
engine to be known as No. 4. It was
given a trial trip yesterday with the
Cotton was selling yesterday right
along at N1 and 6 on the Newberry
market, and we were told that one or
two bales brought 6.30.
In quoting the cotton market in Tues
day's paper we made a mistike and had 4
it a few points lower than what Mr.
lHolines gave us. The mistake was
Mr. L. C. Boland has accepted a po
sition with Mr. A. C. Jones. le has
recently been living in Atlanta. His
many friends will be glad to have him c
come back to Newberry.
Mr. W. C. Tyree, of Wilmington,
N. C., has come to Newberry and has
accepted a position with the Newberry
Savings Bank. The Herald and News
extends a welcome to Mr. Tyree.
Rev. and Mrs. Dr. layno Leavell
left on Wednesday night for their
home in Houston, Texas. They were
accompanied by Miss Ollie Torrant,
who will spend t,ic winter with them.
We publish this Iorning the last
chaper of "Where There's a Will,
There's a Way," by Ethel. It has been
greatly enjoyed and read with much
interest by hundreds of people. It is a
good story well written. We hope to
print some other stories from Ethel.
In the rush of getting to preis on
Tuesday thero were two mistakes in1
the printed statement of the Commer
cial Bank, which were made by us, and t
we therefore print It again this morn
Ing. The statement is correct accord
ing to the original copy given us as
At the first of this year The Uerald
and News stated that it wanted and
expected to be printing 1,500 copies
at an issue before the end of the year.
We want less than 100 of reaching that
mark now. We must have these be
fore Christmas. Now is a good time
to have your name enrolled on our sub
Mr.. Jno. Davenport who lives on Mr.
Jno. RI. Spearman's p)lace, in No. (3, had
his left hand badly mashed yesterday
afternoon in a cotton p)ress. Drm. .1. ii.
McIntosh went out to dress tihe wounds.
A Big Ouni.
The early morning train on the C.,
N. & L. carried dlown yesterday morn
ing the largest gun even .seen in these
parts. It was brought from Washing
ton for the new forts on Sullivan's
Islanid. The gun weighed 68,000 pountds
and occupied the whole length oIf the
platformn iiron car,. which was built ex
pressly to haul It. It, cost $~>00 for each
shot fired by it.
Htengraph1y andu TIypowrkh ,g.
Miss B3essic TIarrant will return to
Newberry in a few days and1( open an
ofice for short-hand and typewvriting.
Trheire Is a good field here for that class
of work, as there is no one engaged in
it. She has been to college in A tlanta
for severai months p)reparing and per.
feeting herself for this special work.
WVhy will you buy bitter nlauseating
tonics when GitOvi:s TiAS'rLnss (CiinrL
TONIC is as p)leasant, as L emon Syrup.
Your druggist is authoriz.ed to refund
the money in every ease where It fails
to cure. Price, 50 cents.
At tetion, Penlsioners.
Clerk of Court Gibson has a few
cheeks on hand for the Confederate
poensionlers that have not ,been called
for. TFhe following is the list: E. .
Garner, Mrs. Sallie \V illingham, Mrs.
Annie Chapman, Mrs. Susannah 1..
Dennis, Mrs. Joanna Whlitman, Mrr,.
Nancy C. Boozer, Mrs. Miriam .John
son, N. M Speer. If these plarties are.
still living Mr. Gibson would be glad to
have themi call for their checks.
The Carolinia Manufactur.
inig Company is 1'prepared to
gin your cotton at 20cts. per~
hun1fdred(. WeO invite corn
parisoni of samiple and seed.
Hi-ghest market price paid for
seed. Give us a trial. t<f'
WE HAVE GOT
Rye and Barlev,
and Wood's Ever.
green. Grass Seed for
Robertson & Gilder,
Druinta on tha Coinem.
4outh Carolina's gallant brave
"eared neither bullets nor the grave,
ut sprang like tigers from thot don,
Plheir own Palmetto Co defend.
l'hose bloody days of war are pa-t
hien heroes fell and breathed their
3ut other wos almost as dire
\re often caused by eruel fire.
L'hen let US join The Mutual Home
1Or n0Ione canl stand a fire alonle,
kil moneys kept within the State,
.nd quick iwill aid the desolate.
h admission fee is not by half
he sum you've paid here in the
himenm will not all if they are sane
;ield their homes from wind and
flaime. W. P. SMITL.
'The author of the above lines is rop
esenting The H1omno Mutual Fire
Iroteo-tive Association of South Caro
ina. The organization is composed of
omec folks. No fire-no expense.
Nowbserry Will Welfomne ilem.
We hear it rumored that Mr. 13. 1B.
chumpert will move to Newberry in
auuary and enter merantile pursuit
in his Gwn account. He has many
rtiends here, and all of then will be
lad to learn of his success.-Proaperity
loatht of Miss Margaret Hatton.
Miss Margaret H atton died on Thurs
ay morning, 7th instant, at the home
f her sister, Mrs. Eiline Br-adley.
he was apparently lin her usual health
n Sunday, and suffered a stroke of
aralysis just after she returned from
ervice in the Methodist church. She
ingered on the borders of the spirit
tnd for i few days, and then crossed
ver the river to rest under tho ohado
f the trees. Her kind and gentle dis
osition was beautifully exemplified in
er last service on earth-the public
iorship of the Lord of Heaven. Her
eirous nature drew around her a
ost of friends who will remember he)
s one of the excellent ones of earth.
Her remains will be laid to rest in
tosemont Cemetery this morning
eaving the residence at 10.30 o'clock.
"The Confederate Soldier in the
ivil War," just published, contains
'00 pages 12 X 16 inches, and over 1,100
arge Battle Scenes, Portraits, Maps,
te. The greatest and largest War
look ever' published, and the only one
hat does justice to the Confederate
oldier and the cause he fought for.
'omiplete in one volume. Agents
vanted everywhere to sell this book on
otr new and easy plan. Many of the
ady and gentleman agents who are at
vork are making from $100 to $200 per
iionth. Veterans, Sons and D?aughters
f Veterans, and others interested are
equested to send for a beautiful illus
rated descriptive circular (free) and
erns to agents. Address, Courier
rournal -Joh Printing Co., Louisville,
On and after Monday 11th
I will discontinue my Ico
wagon, but wvill be glad to
fill orders froin my Ice
House. Thanking my
friends for their patronage,
I am respectfully,
I t T. Q. BoozEn.
.Jurymen fo.r SeOnetU Wveek.
Thie following persons hamve been(
Irawn't to serve as jurymeon for the
econd week of court. which will con
eneI on the 25th instant:
F P wicker, C B hlundrick, Thos
lecCullough, WV P Leaphlart, .Jno A
ecllers, Dmayton 'T Wicker, H J Moats,
hios WV Gallman, Mailcolmt L Long, S
Kohn, T1 WV Abramsa, A P Coleman,
N Q Watkins, WV C Brown, Wnm A
[cntz,, Charles D)eHines, Thos S Blair,
bY 1 Brown, W T1 Baker, WV L Ducekett,
i l' Senin, G F Sehumipert, WV H Sanl
lors, Geo P Grifluin, R T1 llobb, Oeo S
VIehant, G B1 Dominick, B3 F Boozer,
XVW Chappoli, JIacob E Cromner, T J1
AIrizztard, WV C Sligh, J1 E Lominick, jr,
i; B Summers, 'T R Sanders, Geo A
A C,ommouun Etxjerience.
Scene 1.-Mr'. Johnson is 'obliged to
ive up~ work, emnaini in tihe house amnd
aIke care' of himself on account of a
lreaIdfull s'xrofula sore on one of his
Scene H.-Mr. .Johnson reads a testi
nlonili which tells of serofula tr'oubles
mnrei1 by Hood's Sarsaparilla. HIe re
;olves to try It, sendzs for a bottle and
>eginls taking it.
Scone III.-Mr. Johlnson has taken
ix hot ties of Uood('s Marsaparillua. H is
aecrofulla sor'e is eur'ed. HIe is feeling
itronlger, hafs aI good'appe1)tite and is
11)1e to attendi to hais work. He writes
I testimon11ial tellimng of his experience
,vith Iloodt's Sarsaparilla, and rCcomI
nonds1 it to others.
One mlillionl bushel cotton seed1 wanit
>d. I will miaike it to your inIterest to
Iee me0 beforIe selling. You may pay
ourl1 guanol( bill s with seed.
famlos J1. J1. Lane.
I hereby giv\e notice to
my Ice patrons and1( the
pul)ic generally that I
discontinue tihe dlelivery
of ice from my wagonI on
and after Monday, Octo
ber 11 th. Thanking you
for your liberal patronage
and soliciting a !ontinu
ance of same, I am yours
. It. JONES.
Royat makes the tood pur
wholesoame and d*ll;loi.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
St. P1uPls Iteas
We have been having very nice
weather for gathering crops. Tho cot
.on has been opening rapidly and will
ioon be all gathered.
Mr. Adam Epting has gono to Colum
Jla to attend a business collogo.
Misses Grace Bedenbaugh, Dodlo
nd Viola Kibler have gone to Colum.
Ala to attend the institutions of learn
Mr. Thaddeus Fpting went to New
jorry last Friday to attend Newberry
Mr. W. S. Soybt and Miss Alma
Nligh, daughter of Mr. John Bligh,
wore married October 3rd by Rev. .1.
Boinest & Co 's gin is running every
lay, and they arm doing a good busi
Unless tho prico of cotton advances
me won't have mu'h money to spend
'or dry goods.
There were communion services at
3t. Paul's church on last third Sunday.
312 little girls were received into the
-hurch by the rite of confirmation.
We are now enjoying nice fat, beef,
he result of a good beef club.
Mr. John Bachman Bede:baugh, an
moergette young man, is putting upl)
iome substantial tenant houses on his
plantation, also a commodious carriage
ind wagon house in his lot.
Mr. D. E. Seaso has sold his farm to
Nr. Johnnie Hedonbaugh. We learn
'hnt Mr. Scase will live with his son,
The councilmen of St. Paul's and
,It. Pilgrim churches met In joint, ses
don at St. Paul's on Saturday before
ast third Sunday and gave M r. Sligh a
mall to serve as pastor another synodi
al year. This ends his thirty-second
Year with us.
There will b'e some moving of fami
ics this winter. We are inclined to
chink It expensivo to move very often.
rhere will be something lost or broken
Mr. J. C. Aull and family have moved
Irom our midst--gone to Nowberry.
ir. A ull is clerking for Summor Bros.
rhis firm has certainly got a good
Services at our churmmclh yesterday.
Nitr. Sligh prteached anm excellent sor
non. T1ext: JIob 1:10.
October 4, 1897.
"I was troubled with rheumatism in
Liy back which was so severeo that it
was painful for tue to stoop over. 1 be
gan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and in
u short titne the rheumatism disap
peared. I uam ntow etntirely free from it
and in good health." H. Eugene Want,
Box 52, Anderson, South Carolina.
HooD's Pitt~s are purely vegetable
imd do niot purge, paini or gripe. All
HARIS/ LITHIA WAT Ei!
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesalo and
Retail trade at lowest Prices by
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newberry.
October 3d, 1897, by R1ev. J. D).
Hiowles, at the Mt. Bethlehem parsot
tgo, Mr. J. H. Koon anid Miss L. N.
HIipp-all of Newberry County.
Of the coildlloR of The 00nlluer181 Bani
of Ncivhorry, S. C., at the close of hnsi
Ress SeDtembFer 30, 1897, Pnblished
in conIornilty WIth aR Act of the QenR
Notes discounted.............82,019 38
Safe and other tixtures......2,306 2(C
Expense account............1,152 07
Cashi on hand atnd with other
ban ks.......................23,09 91
D2apital stock................5,000 00
D)eposits ....................... 29,830 62
D)uo Other banks.............. 2,923 47l
Profits ........... ............. 6,214 0m
STATE 01" SOUT H CARtOINA,
CouNTY 0OF NExwa1:nnY.(
Personally appeared before me, %A. F.,
Wright, Cashier of the above inmed
Bank, who sw.ears that the above state
mont Is cortrect to the hest of his
knowledge and belief.
ZA. F. W RIG;HT', Cashier.
Sworn to before me this 5th day of O)c
NLnJ.:l'r 11. A Um.m, [L.. a 1
N. P.~ for S. C.
W. H. HUNT.
0. 1B. MAYEIn.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET I
ALL TUE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PItO
[8peoltl Corospoirce Horald and News.
Prosperity, S. C., Ottober 7.-On
Monday night the alarm if fire was
givou and it was learned that. the barun
at the old Brown homestead near towni
was on fire. It was a total loss, and 4
Messrs. Darby, Cromer and Willing
ham )oat all thiro fodder and four head ,
of mules, three milk cows and calves. I
Only one mule escaped, and he was an
old one. No one knows how the fire
originated. All the folks were asleep
and were aroused by neighbors who
came in. By hard work the other out
buildtngs and residenees were saved.
Loss, $2,000 or more.
- We wore shown a letter from a gen
tileman in Saluda County on yesterday
conveying the pleasing intelligence
that the Saluda board had agreed to
agprepriate the amount asked, that is
$700 to the fund for building a bridge
across the river at Kempson's ferry.
Now all that remains to be done to get,
the bridge is for Newberry County to
appropriate the other $1,000 and these
two amuounts, with the private subserip
tions of $1,600, will be the amount
needed. Let the board of county su
pervisors do that much for this section
of the county and thus unite with
bands of steel our county and Salida, a
consummation devoutly to he wished.
It is all now with the county board of
Newberry. (entlemen, let us have
your decision at. an early day. We
want the bridge. In fact, we need the
The roll of the Giraded School is
gradually rising towards the 100 mar-k,
which we hope to see in a week or
The friends of Newberry Collego an I
congr%tulate themselves on the auspi
cIo-s opelling of the same, and we hope t
to see the 200 mark attained. Work
Mrs. Nathan A. Hunter li;ft today
for her home in Texas. Hur pleasant
face will be greatly missed among her
Mis May Dominick, who has heen
visiting friends in Ninety-Six for the
past teek, has returned home.
Mr. A. 11. Kohn went to GreenvIle
yesterday, where he will spend a few
Mr. Robert Lut.her, who spent. his
vacation at Asheville, N. C., has re
turned home after a delight fiul sojourn
among the mountains.
We were sorry to learn of the deaithi
of the infant son of Mr. .ohn Long, of
the Mt. Pilgrim section. The chiil
died Tuesday evening.
Mrs. A. 0. Kirkpatrick and daugh
ter, Miss Willie, have been visiting
friends in Columbia for several tiys.
They returned home \Wlediiesday.
Dr. A. G. Voigt, of Newberry Col
lege, preached a most eloquent sermon
in GraCC church last Sunday morning
to an appreciative audience. Come
down again, Dr. Voigt, we will be
lelased to hear you.
Recv. J. D). IBowles and wife were v'is
iting friends in town yesterday.
THlE BES T REMED Y!
D)on't waste your mioney and your
time experimenting en chili andl
fever :remed ies. Life is too precious
for that. You got <iuick and1( permall
nont relief when you usne P'EIL.
HAM'S CERTAIN CHILL4 AND)
AGIUE CURE-500. bottle.
IIouse and Lot for 5,ain.
House of sevenI rooms. Lo)t three
eres. Apply to G. 13. Cromer'. f&t,ti
Home Office, Newark, j?
Assets July 1, 1887,
Al Pl~icies ('on tain1 the I]
Prolii.se to Pauy (il aimis IMM
Also Provide for CASil VA1IA
When yolk tak ll od's 'lle. The big, obl-fash.
oned, stigar-cated pills, wiivih tear yol all to
Aceces, aro not In It with Igood'i. F-.'asy to tako
ind easy to ol'erate, i1 tri r
if Iood's IN i. whlh-h ar e
ip to ditto in (-v(ery re4peet.
Ofo, cerlail and sure. All I I
lrugglsts. 2ne. C. 1. o11odI & o I
L'ho only Ill- to ak t t lir :-i,: 1ll.a.
Dottin . .
If yo- vvwev -t1t1in4- S4.venI 411
ight, Ceti t for. t u-l vo ltoll it woid
you dt(Iid yoturI t ral ing,- as, youI couhi
thenl it"ord topay h igh priecs
W ithout1L feel Ig it., butIat at thI pIe -
ent, lowV privos, it. i- very important
that %y.ol III)d tho riglit plate.
I helieve I havv advaita'ges that
re not enjoyted ivby any).%. otite'r I1vV
haint inl Newheltry. My Store ik
'eally IL (list rilb lt . g point fol- one
if the 111rest wholesale llo-us inl
hi coutitirY, and its I dit) n1ot do
>Ivid oil liy store for ily living v.x
>lls(lsi a t al pr11.1I olit, satik lit.. lin".
I ami wvillin:r for anly (.11o 1mu iity
inlt his couit" to appoint 1 conmil
tee to inIv'st igaite thl priers at
which riia l go ds - Sihd, :mill
I ail .1t islitil tlat tlily %vould II 1:411
that Il..l goods art. bout, a1l lilill.
olhrand sol 0hert1t-any %
houso inl t.he Statl., fI'm 11h4 .;ame1
vlass of goods.
So if yotu I oully watl to buyI goI s
hall are,( stri:-mly reliablo al vloww onl
o wholesatlo. prit.ks, youl will C0111,
l 1y store. Wew keep I)rss t;om I,
IkS, Vollvet s, S (ta I D .I)ry v ; it ,
hot's, Glo\es, I I (Whlrv. 1 1'l-t...
tibbonls, suitable for evl-ryb,kdy.
L11 the alliv tr11 tin.- is ai
-orded to all.
If )u 11ni11ke anY 111i-clias4 thal t
vyou ae 1ot, slit islied with iho goods
will he talken back and moinV VC
fitnded. Comne and)( zt- ust en.
. A. C. JONES,
New -wrry, S. '., ()ot. I. 1!.
A lI t': FFE Z'''-1 I N( ; So ).\ !.
I vilso-- oleaching. 11t:..
I vase Olit ng, at
I (aso ind go l iidI 'tit . e.
I viase ()il Rved Prviltsi,0
I ease 1(-1 ltlaikots. SMc.
2 halvs 1-1 Shoolu't i -.
2 hales 27--n. Pi aidk, :w'.
111 pe. X-oz .vallns, wool lifilwn . 15)..
20 p ..--n " ' -- 5 .
Inl ()lr. StI k (if Ihick ID-ess (;(wds wI
myu i c11141111p' I l i ntney vand plain l
roi 20o to i IJ0 pt , 1.5 p y d. I ouII, 1 ()I
wed Dress ( oods (lur .Slock was, llvAr
llt r i . i l -: .\lil w\ill find sit - .
"igurted. AlIso fo: -y \-elvets in ll 1
hadeslt~ . WI' wanlt. youl t4o s44' 44ur 11in
If Datmask, Napkilns and41 1)iyl i ,-5,4-Iin.
Id t hunI aitsk at. 25.. 1 11h-achin al all1 11
wi'c4's. Int~Ll Npinls w4' ('nn give youI a4
.o4td( onei for' 50el lperi d1z.
we arshoing 4lthe stli ne of4t ailors 1)'
-ver. shown.e 14(1)lu newIg shad1s aml fan
yDlasaenworth y&u atention.k I
few 1hdsan oorn.'-m
eiu iliolu Insook
J. J. JOHN F
IC N A BL Ea<N N
Il) l I on on to
At Nashville, Tenn.
May Ist to Oct. 31st.
The Buildings of the Tennessee CentennIal,
in numbers and architectural beauty, sur
pass Atlanta's and nearly equal Chicago's.
The exhibits are all r,ady, and are inter
esting and instructive. The live stock
display excels any exhibition of the kind
ever made. The Midway is great.
The Western & Atlantic Railroad,
and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis Railway run solid vestibule
trains with Pullman's finest sleeping
cars, from Atlanta to Nashville.
For Sleeping Car Berths, or any
information about rates, Hotel or
Hoarding House accommodations In
Nashville, call upon or write to
C. E. HARMAN,
General Pass. Agent,
Special Notice:,si,, r. pw
than steying at boh
Fitted to the
And Prescriptions filled cn
Watchmaker and Optician.
ft . ly
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
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