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NOW FOR THE
Wo propose to make this Milo the
ercatost event Of our history. bvery
dollar's worth of surplus stock has been
marked nt prices to close It in om.
wkkk; cost, former viilno and loss will
not ho considered. We are hound to
sell the goods. Wo mean just what we
say and want you to rejrard every word
asacoldfnct. This sale will last just
ono week and it is a buying opportuni
ty that none should miss.
Haven't'spaco for full description, hut
if you never bought silks before you 11
buy them now at these prices.
Satins, 11 shades, at 2"i cents, regular
price !50c a yard.
Silk Crepons, '.) shades, at 1 cents a
yard, were -10c a yard.
Silk Gronadines at 75 cents, were
Sl.Tii to S'-'.'SO, 7 patterns.
Silk Velvets, 8 shades, at 4.) cents
were 51.00, 18 inches wide.
r00 yards China Wash Silks at 19 ct-.,
were :55c a yard.
Dress Goods Slump
Have too many, will move though;
see if we don't. It means a big loss
but they must go. These prices make
the cottons blush. On every dress pa
tern sale of J2.00 and upwards a dress
pattern will he given free that meals
a Rood deal. Como and seo how much
you can save. Plaids :itC and up
The Wash Goods Whirl.
Want to sell every yard of Wash
Goods in the stock. See if these prices
won't do it.
Lawns !. 8Ji and no a yard, I ino
wide Plain Liwns at 5 and 0&c regu
lar price 15c.
Dimities, Linen and Green Cloth at
8. 10 and 13Jo a yard, were 15, 20 and
" Dress Ginghams at 35X, 5 and Utfc,
worth 10, 12K and 15c. liest Standard
Prints at :;K, and 4lc a yard.
House-keeping Goods at i.kss than
Mill Prices. It's only for a week though,
tho pace is too hot for a longer period
Buy while they are going, we know
j-ou want them.
Lonsdale and Barker Bleached Mus
lin at tc a yard. , Fruit of the Loom
t I Brown Muslin ut4. 14 and 5c a yd
Hhirtings at !Ji, 5 and (H.fc.
IiMra b-4 and 10-1 Muslin at 124 and
15c a yard, worth IS and 22c.
Extra Large. Heavy and Fine White
Quilts at OSc, cheap at f 1.50.
Toweling at 2J, :i)4 and 5c.
It Hits the Men's Goods.
And hits them hard. All the summer
goods go under the knife. Outing
Shirts, Suspenders, Neckwear, Collars,
Cuffs and Laundered Shirts; prices
talk here with no uncertain sound.
Men's Dark Working Shirts with
yoke at 25c, :!0 and 85c, worth "5, 45
Laundered Negligee Shirts at 25, .".9
and 45c, were 40, 50 and (He
Neckivear 1, 5, 10 to 19c. Big cuts here.
Men's Ribbed Seamless Socks at 5c.
Regular made, black, at 10c a pair.
The greatest bargain on Suspenders
at 20c, worth 85c, for silk over-shot
The Sumner Uuderwear.and Hosiery
must go. Vou can use them now; see
how cheap we are selling them.
A Ribbon Riot.
Over-stocked on certain lines. We
know how to reduce this though and
make it very satisfactory to you at the
All Silk Baby Ribbon lc a yd., worth
Wide Persian Ribbon at 25c, worth
50c All grades and widths at cut prices.
A Soap Slide.
Soap cuts u wide swath in our busi
ness. Wo will make during this sale
home low prices.
One box, 3 cakes. Lemon Juice and
Buttermilk, the anti-freckle soap, with
a nice stick pin all for 10c; only this
week. 3 large bars bout makes of
Laundry Soap for 10c. Wo make the
lowest prices on soaps.
Last Gall on Shirt Waists.
And It Is the loudest of tho season.
Good bye profit; all we want now is to
see them cleaned out. It's about two
waists for the price of one.
Here is where we are making a clat
tor. Never such low pricts in fine Ds&
orated Dinner and Tea Sots, Pitchers
the prettiest designs and pattern. Plain
ware of all kinds very cheap. Best
goods at less prices than the poor qual
ity has been selling for.
Fine Large Glass Dishes at 10c, worth
20c. Special lots of Glassware receiv
ing to sell at this sale.-
169 Front St. Marietta, 0
tfEANJL) AEMY REUNION.
Enoampmont at St Paul to
Bo Well Attondod.
Soma of tho Gentlemen Who Dcslro to
Uo Commander In Chief What Is
Dclng Done for tho Comfort
of tho Veterans.
Special Chicago letter.
Citizens of St. Paul ore deeply Inter
cited in th'c approaching encampment
pf tho Grand Army of the Republic, to
be held in that city September 1-5 next,
and are exortlug themselves in effort to
make the occasion a memorable one, so
far as lies w ithin their power to do so.
Members of th'c Grand Arjny are look
ing forward to the meeting with de
cided satisfaction, and they confidently
prtdict that it will be the largest gnth-
ering of that body since the memorable
gathering at Washington in 1S92, when
strong desire to see the old ground
jone oer in the grent review of 1805
nutl to -visit the southern battlefields
attracted exceptionally large numbers
of soldiers and their wies.
St. Paul is capitally fitted for en
tertaining th'crencampment, as she has
three excellent halls, any one of which
is sufficiently largo for the holding of
the body, while the hotel accommoda
tions of that city and Minneapolis nn
ample for all comer?. The icinage of
fers many attractions, and during the
gathering excursions will be made to
the various points of interest within .1
radius of 100 miles.
The' first day, Tuesday, will be giv en
to the council of administration, a body
composed of 45 members, one from
each department, whose duties consist
of n revision of the work of Uie sevcr.il
officers of the body. Prom this council
is made nip the executive committee of
seven, the quartermaster general and
adjutant general, with the commander
in chief being ex-ofllcio members.
The grand parade, which will go over
o couric nearly two miles in length,
will take place on Wednesday, com
mencing at ten o'clock, and will con
sume the greater part of tho da-.
There is confidence on the part of Com
mander Walker and of Quartermaster
Gen. Burb-ank that not less than 50,
000 old soldiers will be in line, and th-i
latter thinks the number may swell to
75,000. lie declares that Interest in tho
grand army grows with tho years; that
the cterans make new acquaintances
at each gathering and are naturally de
sirous of seeing tlum again, as well ns
thcuse who fought with them in the
same regiment and have been their'
friends through more than a genera
tion. The third and fourth days, Thursday
nnd Friday, will bo given to the actual
work of the encampment, and during
this time advantage will be taken of
;thc opportunity to view- the scenic
beauties of the country around about
During the encampment camp fires,
five or six in number, will be held in
various portions of the city every even
ing, beginning with Tuesday. The man
agers hate been fortunate in securing
orators of note, all of whom are ery
popular with tiie members of the
grand army. A.mong the number arc
Gen. John C. Black, of Chicago; Wash
ington Turner, secretary of state of
Michigan; Gen. R. B. Beath, pastcom
mtimler in chief, of Pennsylvania; Com-
MRS. LIZABETH A. TURNER.
rade O'Donnell, republican candidate
for governor of Michigan, aid lion,
William Warner, of Missouri, past com
mander in chief. These have all signi
fied their acceptance of Invitation's to
be present nnd address their old com
rades. Simultaneous with this gathering
there will be two additional national
bodies at St. Paul, both of these, having
association w ith, or rather, growing out
cf the former organization. The first
and older of these is tho Woman's Itelief
corps, composed of whes, bisters,
mothers and daughters of the -veterans,
and the name suggests the, object of
the body, ij. being to afford succor to old
soldiers nnd their families whenever
they may bo in need. The president of
the Woman's ltellef corps is Mra. Liza
beth A. Turner, of Boston.
Tho other organization is the Ladies
of tho Grand Army of tho Republic,
Mrs. Catherine E. Hirst, of Loulsvjlle,
president. Its scope Is the same as that
of the Woman's Belief corps, but any
loyal woman 1 eligible to mcmbc'fship,
whether or not her father, brother, hus
lmn A or son was a soldier In the late war.
Both of these 'organizations aro entirely
j Independent of the Grand Army of this
.Republic, nllhough they both moot at
tho same time With It, for the reasons
that mosfcof the'mcnibers havo relatives
who are members, of Uie grand army
and It Is a matter of convenience that
the meetings be held nt tho same tlmo
nnd in the fcnmo city, Tho Ladles of the.
Grand Anuy of tho Republic nro espe
cially strong in Pennsylvania, outnum
bering the Woman's Relief corps in that
state, but tho latter aro much stronger
numerically throughout ,tlic United
States. Both organizations promise to
hold interesting meetings nnd to carry
out nried programmes.
The present officers of the Grand
Armyof the Republic are lvnu N.
Walker, commander in chief; Irwin
Robblns, adjutant gencrnl, und A. J.
Burbank, quartermaster general; and
these officers nro kept busy nrranglng
for the coming gathering, Quartermas
ter General Burbank, whoso headquar
ters are in Chicago, is especially activo
In promoting tho work and giving his
attention to its details.
Naturally enough, and ns always is
the ease in advance of the encamp-
ment, giealest concern focuses about
tho selection of a successor to Com
mander In Chief Walker. Three candi
dates nic lu the field nnd nominations
would seem to have closed. Tne aspir
ants for the place ai e T. S. Clarkson, of
Omahn; Daniel It. Bcllou, of Rhode
Island, nnd John Linehan, of New
Hampshire. All of these men have ex
cellent war records, und are worthy and
Mr. Clarkson was originally from
Illinois, from which state he entered
the nrmy in 1801. Going west after the
war lie has prospered in brsiness, ho
being a -.cry successful and astute
broker of Omaha. He would seem to
be the most formidable candidate for
the position. At last year's enquinp
ment he was a candidate for command
er in chief, but the sentiment for Mr.
Walker was so strong that in the in
terest of harmony 1: w lthdrcw. There
is a widespread feeling among his com
rades, especially in the west, that this
action, together with Mr. Clarkson's
record as a soldier and citizen, entitles
him to the distinction. All that mili
tates against the success of Mr. Clark
son is Uie fact that thoso of the past
five commanders in chief were vve&tcrn
men, but as an offset to this the west
is the great recruiting ground o'f the
grand army. In tliii portion of the
country is greater enthusiasm, and the
preponderance of acquisitions to the
order is from the geographical region
MAJ. THAUDEUS S CLARKSON.
which Mr. Clarkson represents. ITo is
a man about 55 j ears of age, is affable
in manner, mokes friends, nnd holds
them, and possesses iu strong degree
thoso qualities which go to make up
the successful lender. Ho has courage,
tact, organizing qualities and knows
how to control himself ns well as to
direct others. He has legions,of friends
who are enthusiastic over his candi
dacy and who predict that he ,will b
elected by an overwhelming major! tj.
Mr. Bcllou s candidacy is somewhat
interfered with in the fact that Mr.
Linehan also hails from Xew England,
that section naturally dividing Ite
strength between the two. He enlisted
as a pxrv ate in the Twelfth Rhode Island
infantry and was afterwards promoted
to a lieutenantcy. His war record is
a clean one, nnd covers the four years of
strife. Since the war he has practiced
his profession, that of law, in which he
has been very successful. Mr. Bellou
has long been actively identified with
the grand army, he, like the other two
candidates, having filled the positions
of post and department commander.
He is a clear-cut, live and energetic
man, whose merit qualifies him emi
"nently for the position to which he
Mr. Linehan has long been active in
grand army circles in Xew Hampshire,
and, in fact, throughout Xew England.
He is a man of about 50, held in high
repute by his neighbors and most zeal
ous' In f irrthering all matters in which
the old soldiers are interested.
The encampment may well felicitnte
itself upon the fact that it has such,
worthy nnd good men from whom to
make choice. A great deal of quiet
work is being done by the candidates
and their friends, cspeoiully among the
various posts throughout the United
States, but Mr. Clarkson seems mani
festly In the lead. The aim of the
grand army has olw ays been to have
regard to the -various localities, and,
following this practice, the oflice would
go this year to an eastern man. 'ButMr.
Clarkson is o popular, so eminently
fitted for the position nnd so thorough
ly in touch with the order and Its mem
bers that it is not believed he can pos-
bibly be beaten. At least that is the
way his friends talk, and they are will
ing to stake money on their judgment
in this matter.
Meantime every possible care is prom-
lsea by the bt. laul people and tho olli'
cers of the grand army that no possi
ble thingshall beomitted the supplj'lng
of which will conduce to tho comfort
and convenience of tho soldiers.
WILLIAM ROSBER COBBE.
lie Did It Once.
Dolly If you kiss me the second
time, I Mill ecrcam.
Dick I hao not kissed you the first
Dolly I know it,- Itogersvjllo Review,
Horribly Chopped vWith an Ax
in the Hands of a Woman.
Scene on' a Shanty-Boat on tho Ohio
River Above Huntington, Wk Vn.
The Father anil Daughter Killed Outright
A Srcniift IJnuffhter Will Dlo-Tuo Other-
Children Aro In a Serloiin Condi.
Hon Murderess Is Thrcntened.
Huntington, W.Vn., duly as. Six
miles, above here, at tho mouth of
Threc-mllo creek, occurred one of tho
most horrible- murders ever known on
the upper Ohio waters
The scene was on a shanty-poat and
tho killed aro. A. J. Call, ugud 45; Net
tie Cull.v!hii,!ldaughtor,'24.'lAjlllc Call,
another daughter, is fatally injured,
and thoso in a critical condition aro
Grace Call; 11, nndOttls Call," 13. '"
Late Sunday night Call and his fam
ily retired. Etta Bobbins, aged 24, was
at their house, and retired with one of
tho daughters. A little boy, who was
sleeping with his father, makes tho
following statement, ho being the only
ono outside tho Bobbins woman able to
He said: "At .1 o'clock Monday morn
ing I was awnkencd by Etta Bobbins
cutting my father with a double-bit
ax. My sisters, Lollic and Nettie, tan
into our room and Miss Robbins turned
tin them, bhu killed Nettie and cut
Lolllo several times, when Lollio
leaped from the boat into the river.
She then cut several of us children and
then threw the ax nt Lollic, who was
swimming to tho shore." Lollio is fa
The woman acknowledged the kill
ing of A. .1. Call, but denies killing tho
others. Call'b head w as almost cut off.
and his heart was visible from a wound
in his breast.
The head of the girl killed was also
almost cut off and her Jieart cut out. The
children were cut in n dozen different
places. A coroner's jury was impanel
ed. The verdict was that Ktta Bob
bins committed tho murders.
The boat was cut loose and brought
here and tho woman placed in jail.
Feeling is very strong, nnd thousands
of excited persons line tho river bank
and many threats are heard.
round In tho Ashen of tho IJurnod Street
Itnllroid Harris at Chicago.
Chicago, July 20. It was learned
early Sunday morning that three per
sons lost their lives in the firo which
destroyed the barns of tho South
Chicago Street Railway Co. nt
Thirty-ninth street and Cottage Grove
avenue Saturday night. The dead are:
Frank Crosby, tow boy; W. L. El well,
driver; Patrick Martin, conductor. Tho
liodies were found at 0:45 o'clock Sun
day morning and while charred be
yond recognition, were identified by
articles found on them.
Air. Ilrynn's Mall.
Lincoln, Neb., July 0. The life of
a candidate for tho presidency did not
have so rosey a tinge to Mr. Jiryan
Sunday. Ho has a wondorful capacity
for hard work, but a man even of his
strength would be appalled at the pros
pect of wading through tho thousands
of letters and telegrams which litter
the oak desk in his library. It was six
o'clock Sunday evening before Mr.
Bryan, with tho assistance of Mrs.
Bryan and W. P. Sewind, who are act
ing as secretaries to the nominee, had
opened and sorted Saturday's mall, and
then they sighed as thoy looked at tho
big bundle of mail matter that came
from the post office Sunday.
Vnnderbllt'R Condition Improved.
New Yokk, July 20. The condition
of Cornelius Vanderbilt, who was
stricken with paralysis on Tuesday
last, continues to improve. Dr. Mo
Lane, who spent tho night at the Van
derbilt mansion in attendance on the
sick man, said Sunday afternoon that
Mr. Vnnderbllt continues to improve.
Dr. McLane also said that tho weather
was very much in favor of the patient.
"WANTED-Salesmen to sell a urst-class
specialty to the bicycle trade. We have an
entirely new article which sells on sight.
Salesmen can nuke from $10 to 23 per day.
Write for particulars. Oarland Novelty Mfg.
Co , Cleveland, O
Real Estate for Salo.
EO. 1). SL'NDEIILAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from 700to
a vacant iota on front street, i5u to cou
6 Lots on Elchth and Washington. JJ00 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, $300 to 400.
SO Lots for bale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 0 Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain
3 Three Btory business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, $2,800.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot;.
Neat Srylisb Work. Sati.
A. d. RICHARDS,
Next door tb First Nat'l liank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA,
Paraanal attantlsn glvan fa' earn
aatmrfliii ef Praaarljrtlans.
Ride a Bicycle'." If you do lot it bo
the best, that is tho
Wo are the exclusive agents foe this
magnificent wheel. Wo wunt every
body in Marietta to seo it and its good
qualities. It will give us pleasure to
show it to you.
Wheels to Rent.
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 13, 229 Second street
When You Paint
If you desire the very best results at the
least expense you will use our paints.
J. W. DYSLE & CO.,
Leading Paint House in South
To make room for an- H
)ther carload to arrive H
jS ' in iuu uiv)-- v win sen i.
S rj at 'si liberal discount. H
3 tt Now is your chance. H
d p F. H. Dutton & Son., w
S CO 513 Fourth street Cfi
I EXPRESS V7AG0NS h
The contractors of the city to know
that- he undersigned, A. C. Wendel
ken, Screen Manufacturer, turns Angle lilocliS,
Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle
Blocks. Also Square Turning. Olve him a
call; he can and will save you 2 per cent, on
A. C. Wkndei.ken,
Dly 1 1 Cor. Mulberry & Poplar Sti0
Ohio River Railroad
On and after Monday, July 20th, Parlor Cars
will be run between Parkeraburg and Pitts
burg as scneamea oeiow: ,
Leave Parkeraburg on train No'. 4 3:10 p. m.
tArrlve Pittsburg on train No. 21S '8.20 p m.
tLeave Pittsburg on train No. 207 8:10 a.m.
Arrive Parkeraburg on train No 8, 3:t0
p. m. .Ino. J. archer,
A. Q. P. A.
Frederick S. Coleman, Assignee. I'lalntlff,
Joseph C McCaiity, ct al , Defendant.
By virtue of an order of sale, duly Issued by
the Court of Commen Pleas, of Washington
County, Ohio, In the above entitled action, and
tome directed' I will offer for sole, at public
auction, at the door of the Court House. In the
City of Marietta, on
Saturday, August 1st, 1896
at 1 o'clock, P.M, of said day, the following
described real estate, to-vvit: riltuate in Wash
ington County. Sta,te of Ohio, Township of
Marietta, to vv It: One and 55-100 acres more or
less being all the real estate conveyed to the
said Joseph C. McCarty, Elizabeth A. Mccarty
and Nancy J. Coen by the deed of William
0. McCarty bearing dute Jan. 20, 1810 and tiled
for record in the Recorders-Office of nald Coun
ty March 20, lsl4 the same being situate In 103
acre lot No. 22, In KangeT'8, Township No. 2,
atd Section No. 84 In the Ohio Company's pur
chase and bounded on the northeast by the
Rolling Mill lands, on the northwest and
southwest by the lialtlmore & Ohio south
western Railroad on the southeasterly by the
Ohio River and bring tho same land conveyed
o William O. McCarty Indeed recorded In Vol.
No. 74 at, nazes '112. 20'. and on Daces 203. 2." 4
and 205 and In Vol 75 on pages 318 and 3111 of
records oi aeea oi sain county, to uu oi wnicn
above mentioned deeds reference Is here made
for greater certainty; excepting however, the
following described portion or said premises
heretolore sold to the Producers Refining
Company, to-vvit; bounded and described as
follows: on the northwest corner, by the Pub
lic Road crossing the 13. O. S. W. railroad
track, said road pow operating the lands or
the grantors herein from "Tho Rolling Mill
Lot,1' thence In a aouihwesterly direction
along the trail road track three hundred and
titty feet, and having a frontage on said rail
rail road of KC0 feet- thence southeast
to the Ohio River thence northeast to said
I'ubllo Road, and thence northwest to the
point of beginning, said parcel, of land so ex
cepted containing one and one uuarter acres,
more or less; granting and conveying however,
by said deed, all and singular tho houses,
buildings, structnres, stills, machinery and
apparatus upon said premises not encluded iu
said excepted portion.
Appraised at $18311. Terms Cash.
K W, p. DYE.
Sheriff , Washington County, Ohio,
Nye & Foli.iit, attorneys,
June 80, 1890, weks.-
All Bran, Hlckel Pitted and BurM
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j. ..., ..I.I.IICU uicyei AtRoip, leu ana
V cyclone proof,
C , THE, PUCE a TERRY MFG. CO,,
i, Ml ContriSt:, NavnYetk.
WABCn A: CUKTJS,
Physlclano and Surgeons,
t Hnifnln. l fntrt .
"ui "!" -uoiuenoe, on oeoona Btroot, tnrei
floors abovo tho Conrt-houso, Marietta, Ohio.
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W7 M. D C. 1. S..Phvalclan nm! RnVmuiTl
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Hal
i.iML- uuu iauca3ter ais.
CHAULEo W. BIOHARDB,
Attorney at Law,
Offlco on Putnam Street,
-i, . , Attorney at Law,
Offlco In Law Building,
Attorner at T.atc nnrl KMnyv Tt,V.1ln
Ofllce on Second Btroet, opposite Union Dopotf
At.tnrnan nnH pAnn1n- -a. -r .
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam anl
LOOMIS W. B.
Altnrnnv At t.f.t.
Oaico East coivFront and Putnam, Marietta.!
W A t n
Reftl Efliatn flTlri T.nari Aount
aecona btM Dpp. Union Depot. Marietta, (
I'M O W. EDDY. I
JL Offlco No. 304 Front Stroet.
)OSltA nnlnlpra' Mnnnm,n( li..y.n.A v.
010 xeurtn a tree t.
ran "g ..... 7 : - -!
JUU.1 A. HAMILTON n. P. KJlAlg
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Offlco room, 1 Mills Uulldlne, Cor. Pntnaii
huu out wuu nirnoiH
NYE & FOLLETT,
AttornoTB at Law.
Office In Law BulRUnR. Marietta, (
i, . . Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Building,"
SJ. MATH AWAY,
Atlomov at I, nro.
Ovet Leader Office, Cor. Front and Putnaal
D. FOLLETT now Law OfHr.cn. nJ
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second H
TTNDERWOOD & LUDEY, r
1 1 Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
uoom no 8 ...Marietta, Ohl
wuovwuub iiiuuiytiy uuenoeu 10.
T F, FOREMAN,
110 Front Street,
1'lttnburg Cincinnati Line or Steamer
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturda
Monday and Thursday at torn6ons; going dow
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenlni
das. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manaeer,
For further Information write or call on Ja
B. Halght, Passenger Agt., No. 251 Front strerf
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
Livery, Peed an(;
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STRBE
Homes kpt by the Day, Week or M01
Promot Attention Given to Funeral
Carriage can be ordered to and from
trains to all parts of the city. Or
( ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - ' OHK
Stehle's Addition; 25 acres platted. Easv
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots 60 by 1
feet; Streets SO feet wide. Call at room 5, La!1
uuuuiug, sea piuir, ivaru prices ana terms, p
equal in Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 mlnuteli
walk from the business part of the Cltv. Al?
other City property for sale cheap.
Room 6, Law Building.
J. D. Payne, Special
other City property for sale cheap. Call (.1
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