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MANNING. S. t'." 5EPT -
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One 'uilre. one time. $1: each subsequent in
Oein cents. Obituaries and Tributes of
sertont charged for as regular advertisements.
I.ibt.-r1 coritracts made for three. six and twelve
CoXmmunications must be accompanied by the
real name and address of the writer in order to
reveive attention.
No commutication of a personal character
a ill be published excelt .~- an do rtiscient.
ntatr.d :Lt the l'v,.u2lcC :t 11?:,~i :a: Sic
cid~ Q'lx-- mautte..
For President:
For Vice-President:
El Capitan Narciso Gener Gon
zales, editor of the Columbia
State, and counselor in the Has
kell and Pope movements, now a
recognized leader of the Prohi
bition forces, although a strong
advocate of the license system,
in a labored editorial which
might have won laurals for " In
d' Pitts colard porter" seeks to
array the temperance vote of
the State against Governor Mc
Sweeney by throwing bouquets
at Messrs. Gary and Patterson
recent candidates. According to
Signor Gonzales the Gary and
Patterson vote should go to Hoyt
on next Tuesday, because if the
people will only elect Hoyt, he
will enforce the dispensary law
in Charleston, and elsewhere by
remedying the evils complained
of by Gary and Patterson; that
is to say, Hoyt will seize bar fix
tures and do all manner of things
to make things hot, even if he
has to "raise hell on Chicco
street." The Prohibition forces
are certainly in a dilemma; be
fore the first primary, the dis
pensary was a stench in their
nostrils and, as a moral principle
it should be driven out, now that
58,596 votes were cast for the
dispensary system against 33,833
for prohibition, a shifting of
position takes place, and we find
the leaders of prohibition whist
ling through the bung-holes of
whiskey barrels to keep up their
courage for the second battle
Featherstone who was defeated
two years ago, has opened up
headquarters in Columbia some
where in the vicinity of the Co
lumbia State's printing presses,
and we look to see the country
flooded with all manner of litera
ture, hot from the presses urg
ing the voters to put aside their
individual preference between
prohibition and dispensary and
vote for Hoyt. Manager Feath
erstone and Counselor Narciso
Gener Gonzales will not be able
to fool the people by shifting
their plan of campaign- Every
man who believes the dispensary
system the most practical method
of controlling the sale of liquor
will turn out on next Tuesday
and vote for M. B. McSweeney
for Governor. Remember voters,
that on next Tuesday will the
contest be decided, as to whether
Governor McSweeney the rep
resentative of the dispensary or
Colonel Hoyt the advocate of a
hydra-headed idea called "Prohi
bition-Dispensary" shall be the
next Governor of South Carolina
In the first primary the dispen
sary system received a tremen
dous endorsement nearly two
thirds of the white voters of the
State voted to sustain the dis
pensary, and notwithstanding
the efforts made to discredit Till
man by advising that his name
be scratched, he received 73,679
votes the largest vote ever given
to a candidate with opposition in
the State's history. Tillman had~
no one running against him, but he
provoked an opposition to him.
by his impolitic utterances. He
gave the opposition an opportu
nity to seek and advise revenge,
and wherever they could in
fluence a man to scratch his name
they did so.
In the election which is to take'
place next Tuesday, the Prohi
bitionists rely upon the vote be
ing light outside of the cities
and towns; they hope the coun
try vote will not turn out and
that the opposition to the dispen.:
sary system being principally in
the towns and cities, and the
voters in them being convenient
to the polls, they will turn out
in full and thereby give Colonel
Hoyt a majority. The result of
the first primary shows conclu
sively that the General Assembly
will be anti-prohibition, then if
the "Prohibs" are not after office
what hope can they possibly
have for prohibition if Hoyt is
elected. Turn out next Tuesday
before 4'clock in the afternoon,
Spain was once the pride of
nations her institutions were of
the grandest, and her posses
sions were world wide. Now
she is sitting on the stool of mor
tification, her institutions crumb
ling and her possessions slipping
away from her. The cause of
her humiliating condition can be
attributed to her permitting
church, and State to assimilate.
No country can stand the on
ward march of progress unless
church and State are held apart;
this was seen by the founders of
the American government, and
timne has proven the wisdom of
that view. Those nations whicih
oermitted themselves to become
priest-ridden are the- victims of
ignorance, superstition, vice and
an unmerciful rule of tyranny.
The clergy of Spain dominate
the politics of that nation, and
it is a notorious historical fact,
that only about 15 per cent of the
Spanish colonial subjects can read
and write: in every country iml
political control of religious bi
gots, ignorance, superstition and
intolerance is rampart. The
priests keep their subjects in ig
norance, lest they assert their
individuality and question their
power, and grow sleek and
fat on the toils of those who fol
low their lead, while their delud
ed and blind followers are kept
in poverty and rags.
Wherever the stars and stripes
are flung to the breeze, freedom
of thought, action, and speech
should exist-the fundamental
law guarantees this, and the
people have shed oceans of blood
for this principle. This happy
condition can only be maintained
by a jealous regard for the princi
ples as laid down by the founders
of the government, and the hold
ing apart of Church and State.
McSweeney is being bitterly
and unfairly opposed by Narciso
Gener Gonzales the great es
pouser of the cause of Haskelism,
the fellow who wanted everybody
to scratch Ben Tillman. Narciso
Gener Gonzales is a license man
but for his present purposes he
is a warm advocate of Col. Hoyt's
election. What does Gonzales
see in Col. Hoyt's election for
the license people?
Narciso Gener Gonzales, edi
tor of the Columbia State con
fessed to having turned at the
last moment, his support to
Eller-be two years ago for a
promise of a "high license"
-lause in the Governor's mes
sage. Has Colonel Hoyt given
Signor Gonzales a promise to
recommend high license also?
onzy,these gubernatorial prom
ises, according to your alleged
xperience are nil.
The people of South Carolina
have not forgotten how Narciso
Gener Gonzales, editor of the
Columbia State confessed having
betrayed the Prohibitionists two
years ago, and we do not believe
the Prohibitionists place much
confidence in him now, Mr.
Featherstone the former defeated
prohibition candidate has opened
up head-quarters in Columbia,
somewhere in the vicinity of the
"State" office possibly, where he
can keep a sharp eye upon the
man who, two years ago in a fit
of temper confessed having sold
Featherstone out to Ellerbe.
Clarendon is honored by the
election of Mr. M. S. Cantey as
one of the Democratic electors.
When the State Executive Comn
mittee met and the call for nom
inations was made for electors
from the respective Congres
sional districts, the editor of
THE TIMES, recognizing in Mr.
Cantey a staunch Democrat, and
gentleman of unquestionable
integrity, placed him in nomina
tion which was seconded by Hon.
W. D. Evans of Marlboro, and
Mr. Cantey was unanimously
elected. We sincerely congrat
ular Mr. Cantey, as being the
recipient of this compliment, an
honor that is seldom given to a
a~n over once in a lifetime, and
is very much sought after. In
Mr. Cantey's case, the honor is
ae greater, because it conies to
him unsought, and in the nature
of a surprise. William Jennings
Bryan will not have in the elect
orial college a vote, cast for him
in the entire Union, by a purer
man than M. S. Cantey of Sum
How's This ?
We offer One H{undre-d Dollars Reward for
any case of C'atarrh that cann1ot be cured by
Halis Catarrh Cure.
F. 3. cHsENE & CO.. Prp-.. Teledo. 0.
We. Ihe undersinw~td. have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years. and belie-ve him perfectly
honorable in all bu,-iness tran.ac-t ions and tinai
c-ially able to carry out any blientions~ made hv
their tirma.
wES & TIAx. wholesale drue:ists. Toledi. ..
WAT.DrNG. KIYNAN & 5I1 v'.N. wholesale drua
zists. Toledo. 0.
Hall>' Catarrh Cure is taken internalv. aictinz
drud ~ists. Testimonials free.
Ha's Familly Pills are the bes.t.
A mouse is afraid of a man. a miau is
afraid of a woman, and a woman is
Six Reasons Why a Prominent Ctizen of
Greenwood Will Vote for McSweer ey
I am going to vote for h-Sween'y for
Governor, and I'll tell vou w.x:
1. 1 like him personally. He i p !>lain.
unassming and at the ,::i!e thAe alla
ble and sociable. II- is a f:iend to
those who are his friends and is without
vindictiveness towards those who art
2. I agree with his politics. I en
dorse his position on the dispensary. on
the educational question and on the
other questions of State policy.
3. He is an efficient. execntive. It i;
admitted that under his adtministratiou
the dispensary law has beet ti t:r en
forced than it ever was before. :nid he
has done it quietly and in I b-it*it'
like manner. with'out the lthwing :"f
horns or beating of tnrus. I e blieves
in enforcing the law. Taki' hii acti n
at B3eaufort. at Florence an.d in th.
Pons cast. H<, l- ad no i iiendt make
in either u:ase and ran ti- rb-k ilmak
w"ih h:1 1ait 0- 'iuf. . .1 w lot
lqii' V."s I gal: '* ' iitt" ." .tt 1;o
h1:rv. tatken th~e cours' t,:mt ;e:di"
4. lie is his own ii. .n- ee he has
been in te ('ioer.-' clair he has
beeu Governor. He i, the creature ol
no ima n or sot of ni-n: he is not the
manikin that jumps when the master
hand pulls the strings.
5. His administration has been char
aeterized by business-like methods and
enforcement of the law. If the people
of South Carolina want prohibition and
will elect a i Leg',isiature that will pass a
prohibition law. eSwn eu y Will en
force that law as thorutghly anti efti
cienitly as Hoyt or any other man. In
deed. it strikes me that Governor Me
Sweenev would be the best ian to en
force a' prohibition law. Hoyt. it is
well known, will receive pr acttitally the
solid vote of the blind tiger elieiet. If
he should be elected could he be very
vigorous in enforcing the law arainst
those who '>ut him in oite' If 1 were
a Prohibitionist. and wanted t-> see the
law enforced. I would vote for 'rohiibi
tionists for the Legislature to pass the
law.aud vote for MeSweeuey for Gover
nor, so as to have an untrammelled.
courageous man to endorce it.
6. I am going to vote for McSweeney
for Governor as an encouragement and
incentive to the poor hoys of the State.
McSweeney was left a friendless orphan
at an early age, and his first money was
made as a newsboy on the streets of
Charleston. He is now the chief magis
trate of the State. and he has risen by
his own efforts and his own merit. I
want to see him re-elected. so that I can
point to him and show to my boys that
the brightest station and honor are pos
sible for them if they will strive for
them and deserve them.
Brave Men Fall
Victims to stomach. liver and kidney troubles
as well as women, and all feel the results in loss
of appetite. poisons in the blood. backache,
nervousness, headache and tired. listless. run
down feeling. But there's no need to feel like
that. Listen to J. W. Gardner. Idaville, Ind.
He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for
a man when he is all run down. and don't care
whether he lives or dies. It did more to give
me new strength and good appetite than any
thinig I could take. I can now eat anythine and
have a new lease on life." Only .) cents. at the
R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Every bottle guar
New Zion Notes.
Editor The Manning Times:
Miss Carrie and Norah Siskron of
Darlington are visiting the Misses Lav
There will be a festivaI at the Man
ning road school house on next Friday
night Mliss 3Mamie M1c(olloim, manager.
M1rs. J. WV. Fleming is quite sick.
Fine rain on yesterday.
C'andidates are cooling oiff for the
home run. K. W. J.
New Zion. Sep~t. 3. 1900.
Working Night and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing that
ever was made is Dr. hing's New Life Pills.
Every pill is a sugar-coated gl'obue of headlth;
tiat chan'es we:knew- into strenigth. listless
n-ss into energy. brain-fae into mentl power.
Tevre wonderfu. in buildng up the health.
Olyv se. per boY. S.end by th-: l. It. Lrea
Drug M:t-r. 3
31arr'iage is a colmitee of two. with
discretionary powvers to increase theiir
Does it Pay to Buy Cheap ?
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you wvant something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and moire regular cli
mate? Yes. if possible: if not possible
for you, then in either ca'se tage the
ONLY remedy that has been inti duced
in all civilized countries with success in
severe throat and lung troubles. "Bos
chee's German Syrtip." It not only
heals and stimulates the tissues to de
stroy the germ disease. but allays intla
mation, causes easy expectoration. gives
a good night's r'est, and cures the p~a
tient. Try ONE bottle. Ilecommended
many years by all druggists in the
wold. Foi' isale by the 11. B. Lor'yea
Drug Store. Isaac M1. Loryea. Propr. b
Imitation may be the sincerest flat
tery: but a girl doesn't think so when
sheis presented with a paste diamond.
A Minister's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious colie. not a
botle of Chamnberiain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rioea Remedy. took two doses and was entirely
cured." says R1ev. A. A. Power of Emnpori.Ka\:n.
-My neighbor ae.ross the street w--s ..ick for
over a week. had two or three bottles of medi
cine Irona the dct'or. He used the-m for three
or fur days without relit'f. then called. in ani
other dioctor who treated hium for somne days a-ndl
rave him no relief. so dischar'ed imn. I ~went
ever to see him the next mornin'. H- said his
bowels were iin a terrible ti.hathey had
been running off so long that it wasit aLmost
bloodv tiux. I asked hiim if he had tried Chain
beri's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea R-emedy
and he said. 'No.' I went home and brought,
him my bottle and gave him one dose: told him
to take another dose in fifteen tor twenty mm
utes if lie did not find relief. but he took no
more and was entirely cured." For sal~e by the
1. . Loryea Drug Store.Isaac M. Lotyea. Prop.
Mlatrimony may be a holy rite, but
many men who go up against it are
wholly left.
should always be kept in
the house for the fol
lowing reasons:
FIRST- Because. If any member
of the family has a hard cold, it
wil cure it.
SECOND- Because. if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it will
make them strong and well.
fjgRDBecause, if the father or
mother is losing flesh and becom
ing thin and emaciated, it will build
them up and give them fleshI and
FORTH - Because it is the
standard remedy in a:1 throat and
luig affections.
No household should be without it.
It can be taken in summer as well
as in winter.
5. and $z.cO, all druggists.
COTT R OWNE. Chemists. Neiw York.
''crevitv is the
So: of Wit."
v h i - . .t th r h
traygedy enougt~h ;It ho(me.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alway Bought
Bears the
Signature of
Prolably the good dye young becau.*
early piety makes them prematurely
Keep Quiet
and u.e Cairr.ain's C.lic. Cholera and Di.r
ri. h-emed} for all pains of the stomach and
li unnatur:'IL l07 h *iwess ci the bowels. It alway:
cures. For .lby the R. B. Loryea Drua Store
Isaa 11. L.eryea. Propr. [janlay
The lntern that the law compel
wheleiu. to arry is a sort of legal
CA, A' t TO .
Ber the The Kind You Have Always Bought
People's Tobacco Warehouse,
Manning Hardware Company's Store,
These Basket.s are made of White
Oak and they are equal to any tobaccc
basket on the market and
Call at the Manning Hardware store
and inspect them.
Ko dol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Iartificially digests the food and alls
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovereddlgest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it Iin efficiency. It in.
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache, Gastralga,Cramps and(
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price50c. and1. Lage size contains 214 times
smallsize. Book allaboutdyspepsiamalebdfree
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT aco CO. Cicago.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Stole,
IsA Ac 31. LORYEA. PRor.
Is where you get the right
sort of Clothes without dan
ger of mistake. Our Clothes
are of the right sort, and you
will appreciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost.
We Mvae Clothes to Order
for those who prefer them.
Lasting Materials, proper fit
and make and moderate pri
ees. Your orders will have
our best attention.
S.W. Car. King aud Wentworth Sts.,
Tailor-Made Clothing.
Carpets, Art Squares,
Colored desians and samnples; of gods
Carpets sewed frr-e and wadded lining fur
nished. FREE.
- -- -J. L. WILSON.
There is no kind of pain
or ache, internal or exter
nal, that Pain-Killer I:wil
not re leve.
I amD preparedl to ntegotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
sonable termis.
R. 0. PURDY,
sumter, s. c.
For Sale or Rent.
The Lot a.nd Dwel-lin:: of Iter. JTames
MDowell in Manning.
Also two desirable Building Lots ad
joining for sale. For terms app~ly to
EECURES BY Gerstle's Female Panacea.
One Bottle Cured Where Physician Failed.
Isold your GE^STLE'S FEMALE PANACEA (iG. F," P.)
to a young lady caatomer whom our physician had given
up as hopeless. and told her if it did her no good she need
Snot pay for it. After taking one bottle she was entirely
/ -A cured and has been in good health ever since.
_ Moore's Bridge. Ala. J. R. GILLILAND.
r t j-Health Restored.
I was weak and in very bad
health and unable to do my
work. I used one bottle of
cEA (G. F. P.) and it did
2r me more good than anything I
IfthreIsan Cs-!f ever used. I am now in good
If there is any Cos health and can do my work.
tiveness, use St. Jo- Mas. S. E. CHANDLER.
seph's Liver Regula- . Gin. Ark.
tor until the Bowels -
become regular. (et
It from your druggist, T
or send us 25 cents
and we will send you .
a package, prepaid.
Suffered from Change of Life.
Vy w ife sws sick for seven years. sutfhring from the /'A;...UIi ii
Change of ife. \%e tried everything e could get from
the doctors and paid out a coniderable sum for treat- 'I
ment without any Rood result. We then began usi ng II
GERSTL -s FEMALE PANACA 'gGo. F. P.) and it did \ ( 1
more gL than all else we ha use for six years. It is .
the greatest remedy for snirering females ever placed
on the market. J. D. UORI)E;N. Colmiesneil. fex.
If your druggist does not keen It, send as Sr.oo and will send you al
bottle, all charges paid. L. GERSTLE a CO., Chattanoo:as, T.tnn.
Solat The It 3, Loryea Dry Stre, liac M Loryea, Prop
Your Head Aches To=day.
It is a small matter; but it ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
a habit of headache. That must be stopped. The
trouble is with your liver. You want a mild lax
ative, and then a tonic to stimulate the appetite
and make the blood rich and pure.
Ask your 1... yo > AND'ThNic PEU.
druggist fTr DTONijYE PEIU.2 r
- Jeweler & Watch Repairer,
Watches, Olocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware and All Einds of Fancy
Articles of all kinds, suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents.
Such goods have never been sold here before. Call and see them.
I deal also in
liioIte MCI1 110111-POIApg11 QI100 1111 MEMOsso.
All Novelties in Silver bought of me will be engraved free of cost.
Manning Times Block, three doors south of Postoffice.
WVe have just received a lot of nice, seasonable gonds which we know
will interest you. Among other things are:
TWO-GALLON WATER COOLERS...................$1 GO
WIRE DISH COVERS.......................,.8c and 10c each
THREE P'RONG ICE CHTTSELS............................1c
WIRE FLY TRAPS. ....... . . ......... .............15c each
fCE CRE AM FRUEEERS .1qt.. $l.35: 2-qt., $1.75; 3-qt., $2.25: 4-qt., $2.73.
STONE CHIUR NS.. . ... .. . .... .. .. . .... ...1-gal., 23c.; 2-gal., So5c
l'OTATO) M.ASH-ERS.....-- ..........------------------25c
HAMMOCKS................... ..-..--..-..-------------- -----1-2
TOOTHPICKS--large package.............................>
We have latelv received a large consignment of STOVES, and can safely
say that we hiave. the be~at assortment of them to choose from that has ever been
shown in Clarendon County. Our prices, too, arc so reasonable that they excite
comment from every one. We can assure you that you can do as well with us in
making purchases as you can anywhere.
We still have a few of those cheap Orangeburg Sweeps and Cotton Hoes
Wnhne have lately received a lot of Paris Green Distributors or Sprayers and
will endeavor to have them on hand when wanted.
Our One-Horse Harrows have been in great demand. We still have a few.
Will find our stock of Builders' Hardware in good shape. We have
'Valley Tin. Locks, Higges, Nails in endless variety. Also White Lead. Oil and
Colors for Painters.
Remember our
Have been tried and proven the best on earth. We have Bicycle Repairs
at lowest prices.
Very truly yours,
Manning Hardware Co.
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ness and Lt.OS tis OF eiEE.r
FaiileorSinae ofln l of
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Thirty Years
We are prepared to show one of the largest stocks of goods
ever seen in this section. I have a polite corps of clerks that will
take great pleasure in showing you through the stock. No trou
ble to show goods. Come and examine for yourselves.
Our stock of
Ha~, lohig adShe
Is complete and purchasers will find it to their interest to buy their
goods from us.
We have had a brisk trade so far and we mean that business
shall increase to the end of the season if there is any virtue in of-'
fering the best goods at the lowest prices.
Full line of Dress Goods in all the new shades and weaves.
Black Wool and Silk Mixed Dress Patterns-no two alike.
Colored Wool and Silk Mixed Dress Patterns-no two alike.
Plaid Dress Patterns-no two alike.
Black and Colored Henriettas, 36 and 42 inches wide.
Black and Colored Cashmers, from 10c to 25c.
Novelty Dress Goods, in Plaids, Stripes and Brocades,.
Broadcloths in all the leading shades.
Black and Colored Silks for Dress Trimming and Shirt Waists.
Full line of Percales and Calicos, suitable for Shirt Waists.
Also Teazle Down, Outings, Domet Flannels, Red and White Flan
nel, Grey Flannel, suitable for Ladies' Underskirts, Checked Ging
hams, for Aprons and Bonnets.
Bleach and Brown Homespun, Plaid Homespun, 10-4 Sheet
ing, Bed Ticking, Blankets, Comforts, White Quilts and a full line
of Dress Trimmings.
Ladies' Ready-Made Wool and Silk Skirts in all the leading
shades at prices lower than the lowest.
best steel. Every lady should have a pair: they have no equal.
Corsets! Corsets!
From three of the best manufacturers in the country.
R. & G. Corset for $1 is a world-wide Corset and a trade getter.
The P. C. C. Corset is the best 25c Corset on the market.
Worcester Corset will give more wear, health and comfort
than any corset made. .
See our 50c and $1 goods.
Shoe Department.
"The American Girl" Shoe for Ladies has no equal in style,
finish and durability. Every pair guaranteed to g-ive satisfaction
or you get your money back.
The "Bion F. Reynolds Shoe" for men is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or~your money back.
School Shoes for Children in the very best makes and they
givermore good, solid wear than any shoe known to the trade.
The Shoe stock is one of our pet stocks and we don't hesitate
to say we handle more shoes than any house in Clarendon conty.
We have them in all grades-Button and Lace, Spring Heel and
We will sell you a Ladies' Dongola Button at 75c per pair.
Don't buy your. shoe bill until you see our stock, as we can save.
you from 10 to 20 per cent on every pair.
Clothing .Department;
This department is full of the very lat
est styles and cuts direct from the manufac
turers' scissors. We gave much time and
thought to this department and can safely
say we will be able to show one of the most
/ stylish lines of Men's, Boys' and Children's
/ Suits in town.
/ Our Sack Suits for Young Men are the
very latest cuts and no young man will be
/ well dressed without one.
Hat anld Cap Departmlent.
/ If you have never worn " The Longley " Hat
p. don't wait any longer if you wish to have the
correct shape this fall. They come in Al
pines, Derbys and Crushers, Black, Brown
and Grey. We have the largest stock in
town to select from and can give you Hats in
all shapes and prices.
Over fifty dozen Caps in all colors, from
10c to a fine Plush Cap.
Neckwear, Collars, Cuffs
and Shirt Departmient.
This is also a pet line with us and we can give you the very
latest styles and you will be surprised to see the very low price
we are selling at.
Suspenders for everybody, from 5c to 50c.
Trunks and Valises.
Over 100 styles to select from, in all grades from the cheapest
to the best Saratoga.
We have a large stock of Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Harness,
Horse Collars and Pads, Buggy Robes, Saddle Blankets, etc.
Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns to suit the sporting peo
We haven't space to mention our full line, but will be glad to
have you call and examine our stock, as we feel sure it will pay
you, even if you don't care to buy over 50 cents worth. Our
prices are right and we have the stock.
Thanking the many customers for past favors and hoping a
continuance of the same, I remain
Very respectfully,
Louis Levi.

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