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he amount of business done by the size of the shop. My nephew's plan is to avoid a large rent, and to replen


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    ish his stock frequently. He is a very shrewd and successful man of business. He understands how to manage. The great thing is to make money, Oliver, and Ezekiel knows how to do it. There are many men with large stores, heavy stocks, and great expenses who scarcely make b

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    oth ends meet. Now, my nephew cleared ten thousand dollars last year. What do you say to that?" "I shouldn't think it possible to have such a large trade in such a small place," answered Oliver, surprised. "It is a fact, though. That's a nice income to look forward

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    to, eh, Oliver?" "Yes, sir." While this was going on they were standing in front of the window. "Now," said Mr. Kenyon, "come in and I will introduce you to my nephew." CHAPTER XIV. A STORE IN THE BOWERY. T HE store was crowded with a miscellaneous collection o

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f cheap articles. That such a business should yield such large profits struck Oliver with surprise, but he reflected that it was possible, and t

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hat he was not qualified to judge of the extent of trade in a city store. A tall man, pock-marked, and with reddi

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  • sh hair, stood b

  • ehind the counter,

  • and, with the exception

  • of a young cler

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  • k of nineteen, a

  • ppeared to be the

  • only salesman. This was

  • Ezekiel Bond.

Yearly

  • "How are you, E

  • zekiel?" said Mr.

  • Kenyon affably, advancin

  • g to the counter

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