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Hutcluson's Great Bar
GOING WITH A RUSH.
Zero weather is just tho ltlnil to bring
the crowds that Ulled our store rooms
to oycrllowlntr Friday and Saturday,
und will coutlnuo to tho end of the
sale. Don't be discouraged if you don't
get waited on tho iirst visit, your turn
will como soon.
See These Drawing Prices.'
Ladies' Cashmere Hose lflc, were HOc;
Cashmere Gloves 10. 15 and "JOc.
Ladies' all wool Scarlet Underwear
4Sc; Ladies' natural wool Vests 4Sc.
Fine wool Union Suits THe; line ribbed
Union Suits lit 4c, worth 75e.
Hisses' Hose lie, 4c and 8c a pair;
Ladies' Hose He, 8c and 10c a pair.
Children's and Misses' Woolen Under
wear 'JOc, 23e, !iSc to 38c. Great deduc
Children's Fur Sets at S1.0S. lieduc
ed from ?!!.'J5. Stilt Laces at Sc, 10c to
l!5c a yard.
The Greatest Reductions
On Ladies' and Children's Wraps. Just
ilOO Garments loft und they must go at
thcsepriees, IWc, SI. 18, ?-'..)!, S:',.4S. S4.4S,
$.".!IS to f(i.4S; regular prices $ii 50 to
$25 00, only one-third what we bhould
get for them.
DRESS GOODS. Never such values
as we are offering. Double width at
.fc, S'tfc, 10c and VI ic. Kmbrace a
wide range of goods and qualities to
select from. Reduced from :7Jj to
VXViC Hotter qualities of goods cut in
proportion. Don't wait, now is the
These Wonderful Trices are made for
this sale onlv and will last this week
and next. Don't expect them next
spring, for all kinds of goods are ad
vancing. Uarred Flannels, all wool, at 17c, l'Jc
and 2Uc a yard. iftti
Fascinators at 10c. 25c, U'Jc Hoods
at :!5c, were 60c. Children's Mittenh
ic, So and 10c.
Men's Pants at r,flc, 40c. S'Jc, USe.
Cassiracre Pants at $1.08, i'l 4S and
?3.!25. Groat Reduction.
Men's Suits f'J.48 to $0.'.'?. Children's
Suits at S9e toSi'JS. Tho greatest cuts
wo have ever made in clothing.
Empress Flannels at ii4!. worth Id1
Shirtings ut So and G.'-t'c, worth S and
Urown Muslin SJfc, :',)( to fitfe.
Lonsdale and Fruit of tho Loom
Bleach Muslin O'c a yard.
Jewelry and Fine Triple and Quad
ruple plate Silverware at half regular
prices. Pins, Rings and' llroochcs at
10, !25, 50 and T5c, worth 23, 50 nnd SI. 50.
Every article in the house cut to clos
ing out prices. Thousands of pieces
we cannot enumerate.
10 Casks of Bargains in Queens
ware, just opened. They will go out with a
crash in prices.
Candies 5c a pound. Caramels 10c
per pound. Chocolate Creams 15c per
Hutchison's Bargain Store
Special Fifteen Days Sale
Mountoin ISuekwheat 2Kc lb.
liest Rolled Oats 2'c u pound.
Marvin's Pancake Hour 4c a pound.
Jiest Rice 5c lb.
Host Bolted Corn Meal 7)2 lbi for 10c
Marvin's Oyster, Butter und fcoda
crackers Ic lb.
Marvin's Ginger Snaps 4c lb.
Prepared Mustard 25c a gallon.
Tomato Catsup iJ5c per gallon.
Honey Drip Syrup 20c a gallon.
Sugar Drip Syrup lhc per gallou.
Three pounds lump starch 10c.
Three packages nine o'clock tea 10c.
Table Peaches 10c a can.
Pickled Pork 5c a pound.
Kow Lima Beans 5e a pound.
Sour Pickles 4c a do.jn.
Flake Hominy 2-a'c a pound.
Three boxes oil sardines 10c
Pure ground popper 15c a pound.
Gold Dust lt-c.
Fine Cigars le
Mail Pouch. Buckshoe. Mule Head
and Hot Ball Tobacco, 25c a pound.
See Our Big Six.
1 pound tea 7.1
1 liutcher Jvniio ;..
i Pound Pepper. 10
U Pound Cloves 10
1 large box Fronch Blacking 15
Only 00 cents for tho lot, und in addi
tion wo present the purchaser with a
1 steel hand saw.
169 Front St. Marietta, 0
a Wrecked Steamer Arrive
at Canso, N. S.
They Were Badly Frost-Bitten Soma
of Whom Can Not Recover.
Only Ono of tho Men Could Walk When the
Boat Landed The. Story of 1 heir Suf
ferings Since Thtdr Ship Was
Wrecked, Is I!itronicly Thrilling.
Canso, N. S., Jan. 11. A boat from
the wrecked steamer Ealing reached
here just as night and a furious snow
storm were closing in on the coast.
The boat contained nine survivors of
the wreck in a deplorable condition,
and tho btory they tell of their suffer
ings Bince Monday evening, when their
ship was wrecked, is thrilling.
Tho sad particulars caii only bo
gathered from them with difficulty, as
till are severely frost bitten, some un
able to talk, others in delirium.
Tho names of tho survivors are:
Thomas Thomas, Cardigan, Wales, sec
ond oilicer, hands and feet badly
frozen; Fred Llndgren, Sweden, boat
swain, feet frozen; Xoah Mridgar, New
foundland; feet frozen; Edward Wil
liamson, Great Yarmouth, Eng., badly
frozen, and not likely to recover; John
Peterson, Danmark; Jas. Baker, New
foundland; Henry Noble, Belfast, Ire.;
F. E. Stevenson, Portland, Eng.; Win.
Hagor, London, an apprentice boy of
16, all badly frozen. Only ono of tho
men could walk when the boat landed.
The rest were carried to neighboring
houses and cared for.
From Second Otlicer Thomas, al
though his sufferings are intense, was
gathered tho following particulars;
Tho ship struck about six p. m. Mon
day, in a dense vapor, hiding ovecy
thing from view. They were unable
to see laud or lights and were going at
quarter speed. An hour afterwards it
was necessary to take to the boats as
the ship was settling fast and tho sea
was very heavy.
They were unable to get tho star
board boats clear ias the ship had list
ed to starboard. Two port boats wore
cleared, and Capt. Meek, with the first
engineer, second officer, boatswain
and fourteen others got in tho largest
boat, while the first officer, second
and third engineers and three sea
men, took the smaller boat. For osev
eral hours they hung by tho line to
tho wreck, the smaller boat
astern of the larger one, spray
and vapor covering the boats and men
with a sheeting of ice. Towards day
light they baw the foremast of tho
wreck go by tho board and tho ship
settle aft. Tho sea began breaking
heavily around them and thoy were
obliged to let her go in tho hope of
leaching shore. They soon lost sight
of the small boat, and concluded that
she could not have lived in tho sea
that was running and her crow of six
had probably perished. Tho largo
boat in charge of Capt. Meek was
unable to pull to shore and lost
its spar and rudder in tho ef
fort to mako sail. They were obliged
to drift before the gale, and two of the
men succumbed to the exposure dur
ing Tuesday night. The captain and
Fireman Wilson died Thursday morn
ing and later in the day the first en
gineer and three others expired. Fri
day, at. noon, as they caught sight of
land, tho ninth of the crew, an ap
prentice named Gilroy, died. All tho
dead were consigned to the sea to
keep tho heavily iced boat from sink
ing and to make room for the living to
work. At daylight they sighted a
schooner about two miles to windward,
but all pirorts to attract hor attention
was futile. They were without com
pass or food.
Collector Cooke and Port Medical
Officer Brief took charge of the surviv
ors immediately, and there was no lack
of sympathetic assistance. It is scarce
ly possible that all can recover, so far
gone are some of them.
The Kx-TrcaBtircr of Omaha, Neb., Under
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 11. Mayor W. J.
Broatcii, who was inaugurated Wed
nesday, notified tho assistant city at
torney Friday afternoon to prepare a j
compls nt against iiunry liolln, ex
treasurer, charging him with embezzle
ment, and at five o'clock Ifblln was ar
rested. There wore two complaints, one
relating to an item of S35,000intho
school fund and the other an item'of
$2,000 from the city. As soon as other
complaints are prepared they will bo
filed against him. The total amount
of the defalcation is S1U.000, but crim
inal action can not be brought for tho
England to Kortlty St. Johns. "'
St. Johns, X. P., Jan. 11. In accord
ance with instructions issued by the
British government Gov. Murray is pre
paring reports on tho iron and coal de
posits in the interior of New Found
land and on tho resources of the
island. He will albo report on the
capabilities of St. Johns as a naval
station. It Is believed here that it is
England's intention to fortify St.
Johns and mako it a secondary station
to Halifax so as to control Atlantic
shipping. Tho recent war message of
President Cleveland is believed to have
been responsible for tho Issue of theso
A Steamer Stranded Off Part Joriltli.
Piiovidexce, R. I., Jan. 11. A
steamer supposed to be an ocean tug
boat, and a loaded barge stranded,
during the snow storm, half a mile
west of Port Judith Friday afternoon
about 4 o'clock. Tho crews of tho
stranded craft are in peril. The life
saving crew are on hand to render
what assistance they can.
Now Mlnlitry Formed.
London, Jan. 11. An official dis
patch from Cape Town states that a
new ministry has been formed by Sir
Jordan Sprigg, who succeeded lion.
(Veil Rhodes as prime minister.
THE LARGEST PIECE
OF GOOD TOBACCO
EVER SOLD FOR Q CENTS
Cincinnati. Jan 11.
Fi.oun Sprinj patent, J145 3 Cu; spri'i?
fancy, $J 05 3.30. spring faintly, ;.2')ij.,J..li):
winter patent. $a.503 65: fancy, S3 10i.i.i.
family. 2.C" .2.00; rstra, $i.35s; SO, low grade,
Wheat No 2rcJ, track. C8j,
Coiin Sale: No 2 yellow, trail;. iSiic: So.
2 mixed, track. 283: yellow ear, track, ZlMe;
mixed ear. track, M'jc.
Oats Holders wore 2rm and the market
consequent quiet, but barely stoady.
1SAI1LEY Sales: No. 3 rail, switched, CSc.
CatiLE Good shippers', $3.C54. 15, pliolco.
C4 Suij-MS: cholco butchers', W.00 1.2S. fair to
medium, S3.10u3.8j; common, j.'.A0u3.3
Calves Pair to irood llht. W.CU f.7i; extra,
0t0, common and largo, 3.25 -1.75.
IIoc-,5 Select shippers', -3 8313.83 selrvt
butchers', $3.80(r.3.85, nood pickers, j3 iS.7';
fair to medium, S3. TO iS.H'J, common and rous'a,
Silfcip and I.AMBSShcnp: Extra, 12"1
3.05: choice. JJ.f033.00, common to fair,
;i.25$2C0 Lambs: Extra. SI J. -4 7 good to
choice. 54.25 4"j. common to fair. 53 23 M M
Wool Unwashed: Finn merliiD, per lb . 81")
Dc: quarter blood clothlag, 1 J 1.1 Is medium
delaine and clothing, Mil.'o coirs'!. 12Uli;
medium combing, l.'c. Washod- Flno merino,
X to XX. per lb, 13,tllc: medium clotbini;, liic;
delaine, fleece, l.V&lOc: loi.g combine. 14 15c;
quarter blood and low, Uijllc.
Ni:w Yuiii:, Jan 11.
WntiAT March, COW'sjOO'jc; May, CTiS"
Cohn May, "3-1633Vfc: No. 2, ?5yj 36V5c.
Oats No. 2, February, 21c; May, 2t!Sc bid;
Toledo, Jan. 11
V."nEiT--No 2 red cash, Cflljc, May, CSJic;
July, (jlijc. No. 3 red cash. CJc.
Coicn No. 2 mixed, cash, 20'fe.
Oats No. 2 mixed May, SO.'ic
lluri'ALO, Jan. 10.
Cattle Steady and llrm.
Hoos Yorkers. 81.034 05; mixed, medlumi
and heavy, 4.0.": piss, J4 01 4.10
Sheep and Lahih Good to prlmo fat lambs,
$i lOiitn 30: good to choice, 3I.75 5.00: light to
fair. t4.COti4.GO; choice mixed ohcep,$l75al.0J.
fair to cood, S2.50a3C5, culls and common,
i 00&2.40. export owes, $3.5'J'r.75; export
iv ethers, SI 004 25.
IIaltimohe, Jan 10
IViieat No 2 red spot und Janu.ry. iifl
57fcc March. 07if;C?o. southern by samplo.
C3ii70c; Co on grado, 61 Si&S7ifc
Coiin MUodspot and January, 3JJ(?315jC;
Fcbru iry, 31!(i331ic; steamer mlcd, 3l3o
32c: southern white, 32H33,,e: do yellow, 32ii
Oats No. 2 whlta western, 21"-i2IV4o: No. 3
ItVE No. 2, 38o asked for near-by; 40s for
Chicago, Jan. IP.
Calls on May wheat opened at UOJj Ti (njje. s 3ld
between 6o!4o and H07ii;C0Mc, last price COUo.
Puts opened atJ'j'Jc. sold at M?;c, l,ibt prise,
CalU on Mav corn opened at 23'ic. list
price, 28Jjc. Puti opened at '.8?,c, sold ut
-83i628?,c, last price, i.87ic bid.
PiiTsnuiiRll, Jan. 11
Cattle Hecolpts light; demand good: mar
ket fair; prices unchanged.
IIooh Tweniy-tv.o curs on sale; muir.ct
very slow, all grades at J I 0U4. in
SiiEti' Iport voihor.s.J'.FO i CO comcion
to prime, S.'O 3.;5; lamba, U.t0a5C0.
Calves f.'. 0o7 00.
Inuianapolis. Inc. Jan. 11
Cattle Good to choice shipping. ;310
4.15: medium to good, !l(ki 3 8u, common, J3.25
Hoos Good to choice medium and uet.vy,
3.B5aa0i, mixed, 83.B0fc3.Wi. cliajcc llshta,
Sheep and LaMiis Good to cho:co shv,
J2 85u3.10. common. l.fflu2.15.
.Mutiny on an .imorirtiu Mitp.
London, Jan. 11. A mutiny occurred
on board the American snip Solitaire,
Capt Ityan, while tho vessel was load
ing at Passaroeang for Delaware
llreakwater, but the disorder was
quilled when the American consul
boarded tho ship and removed tho first
ofllcer. Tho .Solitaire sailed from
Passaroeang on December 5.
Kane, Pa., Jan. 10. In tho Kano
Memorial church here Thursday even
ing1 Dr. Harriet Kane, daughter of tho
lato Gen. Thomas h. Kane, founder of
this place, dropped dead while singing'
a hymn. Just as she reached the re
frain, "Speed away," she sank to the
floor dead. Heart disease is given as
the cause. She was aged 10 years.
Get ready for
with your now set of
New Fresh Stock of the best Jine
You need a new diary, our stock
is yet complete.
Bargains in 11 few of tlie Xmas
Goods left over if bought soon.
Marietta Book Store,
For the Holiday Trade
Fine Picture Frames
Of all hinds.- Tho finest line of
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Prices the Lowest.
lake pleasure in showing
Schneider &, Breuninger,
25G Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nut'l llanU,
FRONT ST. iMARIETT, O
Porsonnl attonllon given to.com-
pounding of prosnrlplions.
OIL TflAN'S BUCK BOARD
Just received. Extra well made,
with Brake and Tool Hack,
at bottom ptices.
ton Sl Son.
No. 515 J'ourth St.
n Whitley Repairs
Cheaper than over at
1 rim nil I
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
tloraoa Kept by Uso Day, Wosfc or Month.
PrcsDi Attention Givon to Fuceralc.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA, - - - OHIO
T. O. Bay, Carriage and "Wagon
Factory, 217 Second street.
At T. C. Bay's shop (lav by day
Tho busy tollers work away;
Thoy build good wagons for tho road,
So strong they'll boar tho heuvloat load
Thoy mako lino rigs for pleasure rides,
amicus, car i h aim carriages uosities.
Reliable and honest it is ngrcod
That T. C. Duy'a work takes tho load.
Dost stool and timber used in make
And warranted strong, not apt to break ;
Fine workmanship and strongtU com
bined In all his carriago work you'll find.
For evory piece Ills hands completo
In perfectly made and strong and ueat;
Attention to painting and trimming, too,
Or any repair work Ilay will do.
Also handle Streckor's Harness,
the Best Made, and Perry's Indi
ana Buggies at tho Lowest Possi
ble Prices. The Best Sold in Ma
rietta. T. O.
215, 217, 219 Second Htreet.
Onice In Mills Building, Surveys and Con
struction: Hallways, Macadam Roads, Sewer
age, Bridges, Foundations und Maps.
Attorney at I,nv.
Ovei Leader OClco. ' Cor. Front and Putnam.
STANLEY. W. A.
M. D., C. I). S..PhyBiclan and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. OElco and residence corner Har
tnar and Lancaster Sts.
D. FOLLETT now Law ODlces, over
Citizens Hank. Entrance, Second St,
. Attorney at Law,
OIUco In Law Building.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Ofllco on Pntnam Street.
H. . Attorney at La-v,
nOUIco In Law Building,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Ofllco on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
oomis w. n.
Attornoy at Law,
OIUpo Eastcnr. Front and PutnRm, Marietta.
" ,.r . ii
J Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot.
TTART & McCLURE
O. Physicians and Surgeons,
Putnam St., near Front.
IV. C. W. EDDY.
Office No. 304. Front Gtroot.
Opposite SoIdlerB Monument. Realdonco No.
618 t 'mirth Street. Teleuhono connection.
Attorneys at Law,
ODlco In Law Building. Marietta, O.
Physicians and Sursoono.
Office and renldoncc, on Second ntrect, threo
aoors above tho court-houBC.Alarlc.ta, Ohio.
JOHN A. IIAMIIrON n. F, KIUFT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mllla Buildine, Cor, Putnam
ana &econa sirdars.
To Whom t May Concern:
Having been a student of Veterinary Sclenco
for upwards of two ye.ira under Dr. J, r
Jones, and having tieated a largo number of
dUeabesin horhes and cattle under his dtrec
Hon, all persons havli r w or t lo bo done In the
veterinary lino cannot do bitter in Br. Jones'
absence than to entrust tuca work to mo. I
am In communication with, Dr. Jones by mall,
and Dr. Callander, 6f Parkerbburg, by tele
phone, and I am therotore In a position o
trout, all dlseascn in horses nnd cattle.
Office and Stable 112 Thlid Street.
IIAltKV L. ItmCAK",
DO YOU EAT BREAoT
Jacob Pfaff'o Is unexcelled, as are
alco hlB Cakes and Icos. Finest
Neapolitan Ico Cream that can be
made, Particular and personal at,
tentlon piven to serving parties
receptions, weddlnus or nubllo din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
This is to certify that the undersigned has
resigned the agency of the Ohio Coal Com
pany, at Marietta, Ohio, nud gives nolicethat
all accounts are required to be closed as soon
as possible. V, W. Kennedy,
E. O. D. 5t. Third Street.
I. L Man i
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 'lOUO a m, MUSS p m.
for St. Louis, '10:40 a in 11:25 p m.
For Louisville. 10:40 a in, 11:2: u m.
For Parkorsburg, I0:40 a m, to 00 a m, 4;55
For Helpre, 0:0 ', 10:40, 2:35, 4:56, 11 :25.
p m, 7:iK)p m, 11:2S p m.
For Chtllicothe, 10:40 a m, 11:25 p m,:t0
a m, t2.H5 p m.
For New York, 1:55 p m, 11:25 p m.
Daily. tExcept Sunday.
For detail information .regarding rate;,
time on connecting linos, slooplng, parlor cars,
Q. M. PA THE, Ticket Agent, 11. & O. S, W
Ky.,. Marietta, O., or
a. n. Waiifel, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland &. Marietta Railway
In Kpfkot Sunday, Mat 12, 1885.
GOING SOUTH GOlku NOHTIi
p. 111. ,
ft. I'lCASan t
Elba. . ..
f btop on Slznal
All trains Dally oxcent Sundav.
G. P. & T.
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & QhioJJentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Tabloln Effect Doc. 8, 1803.
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. o,3. No. 11.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Marietta 000
" Tunnel 0 20
" Vincent u 40
" Cutler 10 01.
" Utley 102s
' Sharpsburg 1044
" Ameuvlllo lu 67
Arrive Palos 1129
" Athens ,
, . P. M. P. M,
Columbus..;...... 22 8 IB
" Charleston, W. Va 10 55
' Cleveland 9 BO 1 6J A. M,
" Toledo 70a
"J Detroit 020
" Chicago 7 40
No. 2. No. 1, No
A.M. P.M. A,
Lcavo Columbus 723 2 ro
Athens 4 as
" y1"08-:;,- 10:0 I 83
" Amesvlllo id 49 005
" Cutler 1125 0 38
" Vincont 1144 0 57
Arilvo Marietta 1220 7 3
TrainB run dally excopt Snndav. Close con
nections for all points north and west.
v. .ftuuci juiuiiuuuun cnu on or aaurc8( u.
M PAYNB. Tletd, Aeent. Union nnr.nl. Mnvli
otta, O. " r " "
, H. C VINCENT, G,P4T, A.
T. D. DALE. Receiver, ..
v. m. jiuume, snperlntendont.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, December 15th, 1805.
PMsengor Trains will mn as follows:
Dally. fDully Except Sunday.
18 6 EASTKHN TIME 2 1 B
AM AM TM pM AJf A M
7 00 til 40 i 00 Wheeling n CB d it 10 IS
7 !!5 12 )0 1 86 Moundsvllle 1 87 611 10 13
o ju 112 o b(. juariinsvnioiHj
U (U ids 0 uu Blsterevlllo 12 is
10 25 210 7 28 willlamstown 1115
lltO ,25.800 jj- 1015
12 07 4 l!8 ilavenswood
111) 5 37 Mason City
115 D41 Clifton
no u cm Ft. Pleasant
2 17 (1 50 Galllpolls
3 21 8C5 Huntington
W. J. HoniKSoif, G. P. A.
For rates, Information
call on or lul-
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIMKCAUn IN J5FFEOT DEO. Ind, 1M5.
no. 7 0.
6 20 am
li 63 am
7 48 u in
8 11 a in
0 20 am
11 25 a m
0 CO nm
2 40 pm
8 13 pm
3 85 pm
i 10 pm
4 83 p m
5 40 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
1 80 pm
Lv Chicago '.
COO 1)07 I
4(0 8 41 j
8 40 7 2S i
3 05 7 1)0
8 40 12 88
8 85 12 31
8 03 12 07
7 27 11 !15 j
No. 71. ftu. ?J
7 25 p m 10 25 p m
11 20 am
7 40am 2 55 p m
8 60 a m 3 68 n m
l) 12 a m 121pm
0 4'i a m 4 58 p m
10 01 a m 5 10 p m
10 10 a m 5 65 p m
All Trains Daily except Sunday.
Nos. 70 and 72 mako oloea connections at
Zanesville with tho 11. i. o. and Pan Haudlf
trains for Columbus, Chlcacu aud tho W e.
J. HOPE sirou, lleccivcr.
C. C. 1IAKU1.SON, tloueral I'AxsenKerAzt
GKO. STItECKtH. HKNKV STOECKCK
GEO. STRECSER & CO.,
ManufacturTH pf limine, Stationary aud Oil
Well lloilers. OH TuuUs, Smoke Stacks nnd
Tube Expaudtrs. Special attention given to
repaiilng lioll.-M in the oil Holds, wi employ
nono but the hent mechanics in this lino.
Glvouaatrl.il we know we cuu please you.
Office and woiks on 03t Side.
MASON &. MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
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