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t TO-DAY'S WEEKLY CITIZEN i
Asheville Daily Citizen
f FOR RENT, WANTS, AND FOR SALE, I
ConUlaii full report of the Pearton 4th or
July celebration and other matte of -interest.
In wrappers ready to mntl, fi cents per
Not exceeding three line,
One Time, 28 cent. Three Tlmea, SO cents.
Bis Timet, 78 cent.
VOLUME VI. NO. 59.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1890.
PRICE 3 CENTS.
A plare planned ami devel
oping as a
Situated in the
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
fulness and beauty of
An elevn tion of .'1,800 feet,
It i being laid out with
taste and skill, with well
graded roads and extensive
A dewi-able place for fine
HK4THFI L HOMES.
A i?ol opportunity for
profitable investments. For
illustrated panililet, ad
dress, LINYILLE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
lluUle, Mitchell Co., N. C.
DRUMMERS' SAMPLES OF
Apron. HBiidkcrtliicli and
At 23 percent and 3a percent. Icm thnn
All Hew WHl I.nteMl Htvlcx.
aa 8. MAIN HT., AMIIKVILI.U.
-it Tim rues rem -
800KS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
AND TO VS.
Views and Sketches.
pr 1 d
WtLTtii B 'owyh, 1 JJ2T-
CWYN & WEST,
(Rucccuora to Walter B.Owyn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
REAL EST ATE.
Loans Securely Placed at 8
Molari Fulill. Commlnloncrt ollieedii.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agent.
Loan. M. urely placed at H ier cent.
OAtce.; 9 S Tattnn Ave Hecond Hour,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
Wouldi't buy llmlier Iniiiln, mineral proi-ertk-a
or Ashi-vlllc Kent Itstlltc t
Then call on u, llorntln, and we will (live
the. thy money', worth.
W can aril luce n home lot, lend thee slu-k-.It
to rrct a dwelling thereon, and Insure
the .am. In nnv I'liu Insurance Cnmnimv
dnlnif buslnc. In thin Htntc.
OWe tin a rail, llorittliit
JUNKS A JENKM,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms 9&10, McAfee Block.
9M I'atton Ave., A.hcvlllc, N. C.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC.
The Grunt Comedy Ploy entitled
Ilait been withdrawn after n very Huccvmtful
run, and we now present our match lea
Stock of Groceries.
GRAIN AND FEED FOR YOUR USE AT .POP,
nOOKH OPHN AT A. !W.
A. D. COOPER.
Our prices are always low,
and particularly so on shoes,
in comparison with shoe store
prices, but we liavo determ
ined in order to closa out
everything in the nature of a
low quarter shoe, or sliper,
to sell them so much below
tlieir value that you will save
money to buy even for next
year. Do not fail to seo out
line of Summer Shoes you
will be sure to buy.
We have Mason's Fruit
Jars, at lowest prices Jelly
Tumblers at .'irc. per doz.
Harper's Fly Trap nt lHc.
encli llannnocks from 1
up (.'roquet Sets, all prices
and we are selling these
goods, ns we did hist year,
at prices awn.y below any
body else in town. We have
Ice Cream Freezers so cheap
that everybody can have
one (of the best makes, too),
and, while ice is cheap, no
dessert is less exjieiinive.
Our stock of everything to
use, or to wear, to adorn
the junior, or to lighten the
work in the dining room or
kitchen, is so complete that
we cannot mention items.
WE IIAVK KVEKYTIIlXn,
and no one thinks our prices
high. You had always bet
ter try us for anything you
want before buying, IF WE
HAVE IT YOU SAVE MON
EY, if not well, we are pret
ty sure to have it see, any
way. "BIG RACKET."
I. W. U. WILL..
axtiii kj. wu.i.a,
AMIIIiVILLU, N. C.
Office Paruuril llulhllng. P. O. Doi 00.
Plan., Mnecllk-nlliuis, lictulls, fcc, fnrevery
clam, of liulldlnif nt .hurt notice.
ARTISTIC INTERIOR DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Cull and we tie nprind.lm
F. A. GRACE.
Will Hoc-cute In
Encaustic or Oil
Aihlrrsm. an WOODWAHl) AVIt. Detroit,
Mich., or 1IOX 943, Aslu-vllle, N. C.
W. C. GARMICHAEL
20 SOUTH MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
It will take you but one
minute to read and you will
find by doing so you can save
money by buyingyour drugs,
medicines and such articles
at Carmichael's Drugstore.
His stock fresh and complete
and at prices that defy com
petition. Don't forget the
place, No. 20 South Main
Street Asheville, N. C.
You will be surprised to see
how for $8, $10, $12 and
$15 will go in the purchase
of good, stylishly cut, well
made Clothing, with Chil
dren's and Boys' Suits in
Awny below those grades
we show serviceable suits of
Lately arrived, Men shand
sewed Kangaroo Shoes, La
dies Kid Oxford Ties, fine
Trunks and Valises ami num
erous mid-summer items.
Our Mr. Redwood is now
in Richmond taking advant
age of the usual bargains
shown by New York salesmen
just before taking stock.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES ANO CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVE.
Elegant Drug Store cen
trally located well venti-
atetl easy of access agree
able to customers attrac
tive to all, by day and night
illuminated with electrici
Handsome Soda Water Ap
paratusice cold drinks nil
day long fine 5 and 10 cent
Cigars and Kinney's Cigar
ettes Choice Perfumery and
Soaps Prescription Depart
ment neat and cleun Medi
cal supplies unquestionably
the purest obtainable more
goods on hand now thnn
ever before patronage in
creasing, public confidence
secured, success attained
Vshcville becomes the Drug
distributor for a hundred
miles around competition
relegated to the rear too
busy to sny moro to-day.
T. C. SMITH & CO., Drug
gists, Public Square, Ashe
ville, K. C.
In cash will be paid
to any purchaser nt
my store who guesses
nearest the popula
tion of Asheville ns
shown by the official
census now being ta
ken. You are not limited
to one guess but can
guess us often as you
ninko a purchase.
I f two or more ma ke
the nearest guess, the
prize will be given to
1 ho guess received
Let nil come and
-try their luck.
F. E. MITCHELL,
THE LEADER IN
Boots, Shoes & Gents'
THE DAILY CITIZEN.
FACTS AND COMMENTS.
"Till! time Is coming when the whole
sale murders of black men by white men
in the Southeast will cease, or the whole
nation will know the reason why," is
"Colonel" Shcpurd's latest fling nt the
South. If somebody wit) take Elliot out
behind the bam and kick some sense into
him the world will feel much better.
Tub English syndicate is not so hun
gry after American investments as it
once was. The Englishmen who were
interested in the formntion of the Ameri
can Gas Investment Company nt I'hila
dclphin and were expected to put $15,
000,000 into the enterprise, ;.. backed
out and withdrawn their support from
the undertaking. Our cousins 'across
the pond are just beginning to find out
that American pluck, hustle and enter
prise are responsible for much of the
lurge returns in America and that it is
not all the weight of the almighty dol
Inr. They huvc the latter the fnnnei
they lack, and this is the reason thry arc
Nowiikrk in this country is the change
of feeling upon political questions more
marked than in New England, writes a
correspondent, and unless the opinions
of some of the strongest men in this State
in both parties arc entirely valueless
Massachusetts at least will be a very
doubtful State in next year's gubernato
rial battle and again in the residential
campaign of 18112. The fact is that for
some years the manufacturing interests
here have been restless under the weight
of the protective Kilicy, but a strong
sectional feeling hns kept them within
the republican rnnks, even when m.wy
who voted that ticket believed it to be
against tlieir interests. Little more than
six years ago the Huston Herald broke
away from the ultra republican policy
and has been the most powerful exponent
of tariff reform in New England even
while showing in its columns a strong
leaning towards the republican party.
When It made this departure nine-tenths
of its readers belonged to the republican
party. Yet, instead of losing renders or
business by its course it gnjpcd them.
and is to-dny more prosicrous, both in
circulation and advertising, than ever
before in its history, demonstrating, as
it owncrsnnd managers believe, a rapidly
growing sentiment in favor ol n radical
change in our tariff In wscvcn in this hot
bed of protection.
A Iwaini.kss idiot who signs hiinscll
Pig Iron is out with a communication in
the Philadelphia Press. It needs no com
ment. It speaks for itself. It is as sense
less as it could lie and the blame should
be divided equally between the fool who
wrote it and the hnir-brniucd editor who
did not know enough to exclude it from
his columns. In the writer's opinion the
Lodge election law is the measure that
will relieve the north and west from the
troublesome competition of southern in
dustries. The whole is ns follows:
It is all very well to rejoice in the
prosperity and growth of the new north
west, for there sound views ujMin the tar
iff generally prevail, and their progress
does not now interfere with ourselves ;
but the advance of the South istongrcnl
extent nt our expense. I ler cotton mills
compete with those of the New England
and middle states, and iter lurnaces arc
supplying pig iron at rates which make
it impossible to run those of Pennsylva
nia. If the democrats had never hern al
lowed to regain control ot the state gov
ernments of the south, northern capital
would never have embarked in the devel
opment of southern coal andiron; and
the surest and siecdicst way to put n
stop to this competition from men who
are our political enemies, as well as our
commercial rivals, ii to carry through
and enforce measures like the Lodge elec
tion law. They won t like it, and some
of them will be fools enough to make
trouble nlxiut it; and if weeuu once more
get them into tin; condition they were
bclore 1970 we won t hear nay more
nhout cheap iron and chcuiicotton goods
from the south. They will have other
things to think of."
Tim Louisiana Slate Lottery wpinhhlc
has taken another turn. Stale Senator
J. Fisher Smith died nt New Orleans ami
his vote was necessary to pass the meas
ure over the governor's veto. Ileforc his
death he requested the Senate to meet in
his sick room that he might cast his vote
to pass the bill. It had been cxicclcd
that he would be well enough to attend
the senate nnd vote upon the question.
His rcoucst would probably have been
complied with had it not been for the
fact that he became suddenly worse.
So when it was discovered that the
vote of the siek senator could not be sc
cured the lottery icop1c decided to ignore
the veto altogether. They had been ad
vised that the governor had no right to
veto a constitutional amendment that
lmd received the necessary two thirds
vote in both branches, but were anxious
to avoid the legal squabble they knew
would result if they failed to meet the
governor on his own ground nnd over
ride his objections to the bill.
The lottery people labored with the
senate and that body decided not to
consider the vote on the score of its un
constitutionality. The house was in
formed of that action, anil although that
body had already passed the bill over
the veto, a motion was ndopted concur
ring in the action of the senate nnd or
dering the clerk to send the bill to the
secretary of State for promulgation as
the constitution directs. The anti-lottery
men filibustered for nearly two hours to
prevent this, but the lottcryites were in
a large majority nnd finally carried their
Thnt i where the matter now stands.
Uoth sides claim a victory but the end of
the whole will no doubt be a victory for
the lottery. Their boodle will win,
TERRIBLE CYCLONE AT ST
GENERAL FREMONT, THE PATH
FINDER, PASSES AWAY,
A Hall Million Hollar Illi.se al
nana, Texan-The North and
Went Buffer From Heal.
Sfieclul to the Cltlicn.
St, Paix, July 1. A cyclone struck
this city yesterday afternoon. Many
lives were lost. The bodies of seventy-
five of one hundred and fifty who were
drowned in Lake Pepin were recovered
this morning. The total numlicr killed
by the cyclone is ITiO.
A Half Million Itollar Illaase.
SjKcilll to TlIK ClTllKS.
Dallas, Texas, July 1 1. The (l.iuld
block, the largest ill the Southwest,
burned this morning. The loss is n hall
million of dollars.
A ITelly Hoi Way.
Siecinl to Tl.K ClTIZKN.
St. Lons, July M. Kcpurts from Chi
cago, Omaha and Kansas City arc to the
effect that the placet arc sweltering in
heat. The thermometer is reported us
standing nt loo.
The Pathfinder Head.
six'cliil to The Citlirn.
Xkw York, July 1 1. Ocn. JohnC. l-'re-
niotit is dead. The obsequies will lie held
Wednesday. The interment is from Trin
II In Now In MettHlou.
ftH'linl to Tn K Cituhn.
I.iiMioN, July 1 1. David Dudley Field,
I'uited States judge, wns given the dis
tinction of calling the International
Pence Congress to order in Westminster
Hall to-day. Fully a thousand delegates
representing every country of note in the
world, an in attendance.
A ttplll III the KnnkH.
Siminl to Tl.R Citukn.
Nhw York, July I V. Twiieelebrations
ire in rogress to commemorate the
great French national fete. Two years
;igo the French societies quarrelled over
the celebration and the schism still con
tinues. Both affairs are very elaborate.
The Iiitermillonnl Mnlcli licit u...
Siieeial to The Citlirn.
Piiilaiiki.I'IIIa, July 1 1. The interna
tional cricket match licgnti here to-day.
Ontario is represented by one of the
strongest teams ever sent to nn interna
tional tournament. Fvilly half of the
members played here last year.
Thirty TliouHand Idle.
Special to TllK Citiikn.
Xkw York, July 14. All the clothing
cutters are now out and thirty thousand
working people lire idle in New York and
Brooklyn, Trouble is feared this week.
The Fall of Ihe IlaNlllc.
apccinl to The Citiicn.
Paris. July 1. This istbeannivcrsary
of the fall of the hostile and its celebra
tion is universal throughout France.
llucen Marguerite, of Italy, is said to
be uu accomplished musician.
The empress Frederick has collected
$tl!"i,ooo lor the new Children's Hos
pital in Itcrlin.
Senator Stewart, of Nevada, is an in
veterate smoker. His likiiiu for n cigar
is even greater than was general ('mint's.
The Czar of Russia's latest whim has
liecn to utter nn edict forbidding ai
plausc in the theatres of St. Petersburg.
A scheme to turn the iK-scrt of Sahara
into an inland sen has liecn gone into by
Scnrcn, the Parisian, who has made
millions in the Panama Canal enterprise.
lames Tntllc, whose fame at one lime
extended all over the Tinted Slates as a
circus rider and tumbler, died a lew days
igo in ihe Millcdgcville, da., Insane Asy
ti i...... ...i i,.,: nt lw. I,. I., I ....i
llrnconsheld, Coningsby Disraeli, is de
veloping into n llucnl sH-aker. In ii
soiial apH.'iiraiice he much resembles bis
Francis llcnuock, whose death was re
cently announced, was Julian Haw
thorne's godlatber, mill had been inti
mate with l.ouglcllow, llryaut, llayard
T.. I I.............
Tl, v,it,ii'Mt irrrjit-t'riimliiiiilhi'r ill
l.a l'...ii.il Ci uiiiil tn luti'a I'Vnti-
ccsca Cordolla, of Pomona, Cal. She is
but lilty years ol age. mic was a gratm
mother at thirty-three.
Albert IMward, Prince of Wales, has
saddened tne Hearts oi i.oiuiou siioii-
, t... .i..:.... ..ii i.:- ..i. i...
KCCicrR or iioiiik o i,n bim,iiii ipj
ll..ml..f'.,.. In. tliil ii in tM.rsitt,
and never left n shop without raising bis
liat ami iimiiKiiig inc owner very
taV'Kvcrvhndv is lookiuu ahead to the
great Loiighran auction. Asheville real
estate is a good thing to have and the
lots that will lie solil on Wednesday arc
some of the most valuable to be found in
the city. Their location makes them
much sought after. Thcv are in one of
the most choice parts of the city ami will
be directly in Iront or one ol the most
handsome hotels in North Carolina. If
you don't buy at the sale you certainly
will regret it. The reason is obvious.
They arc bound to lie some of the must
valuable lots around Asheville. Thcv
can't help being. The surroundings will
make them, Street curs nlready pass
those lots on Main street anil will shortly
run up Vnllcy. The boulevard to Hilt
more will be n charming drive and will
start from these lots. The Vnnilcrbilt
purchase south ol the city iniikcs that
part particularly attractive nnd valua
ble, Don't let the opportunity pass but
buy at the great sale. It will repay you
many times the origiunl investment,
NORTH CAROLINA NOTES,
Wood Krider, the newly appointed
sheriff of Kowan county, is out L'i.' years
Dr. Dixon will receive S.'l.fiOOas his sal
ary us president of the Greensboro Fe
The electric plant al Wiiistou-Salem is
aoout ready and tne railway will begin
A scaffold fell with several carjicnters
at Mt Airy and one of them, W. A. Hull,
was iutally injured,
Geo. A. Thomason fell dead while fish
ing near Salisbury. He was afflicted
wiiu ucart uiscasc.
The West End tennis club has Ih-cii or
ganized nt Winston with Clarence K
lb own as president.
Monroe is to have u cotton seed oil
mill. Nearly SJO.OOO have been sub-
scrilKd lor that purpose.
The lady friends of the Wilmington Y.
M. v.. A. have presented that institution
with a handsome upright piano.
It is aiithoritntiyely stated thnt Father
lloyle has gone to Scotland where he
will enter a Trappist monastery.
The census shows that Faveltcvillc
has had an increase of but L'no in the
past ten years and the whole city is up
A republican convention in Surry
county broke up in a row. A delegate
knocked the chairman duwn with a
Oxford has (.-ranted the franchise for a
strctt railway to a corporation com-
nosed ol llaltimore, Knlcigli and Uxlord
Convicts to the number of l!i0 have
gone to work on the Stanley end of the
iailkm railroad and arc now moving to
The Baptist church in Laiiriiiburg was
struck by lightning and burned down.
I he loss was about S'oOU and the in
surance $1,1 Km.
Mr. E. P. Hyinan has put in oiieralion
;it Ilohgood n cniiiiing factory with n
capacity of two thousand cans u day anil
is iqn-rating it siicvcsstully.
The tittle Greensboro six year old child
that was disemboweled bv lulling from a
swing iiihiii a broken chair a tew days
ago died from her injuries.
Some Pitt countv farmers have re
fused 100 an acre for their tobacco crop
just as it stands in the field. The pros-
ieet lor a big crop is glorious.
Down in Chatham countv a negro wo
man and a negro girl fought. The for
mer struck the latter over the head with
a stick and the girl died of her injuries.
The Rural Home, alliance iiniier, says
that the letter of Senator Vance on sub
treasury was read before the Wilson
County Alliance "and endorsed in lull."
Dock Wrtson. who struck another ne
gro over the bend with a iinsc ball bat
in Greensboro, was trietl lieforc a magis
trate and bound over to court in $:i(H)
Pamlico" is a horse owned by Mr.
Pliimmer Halchehtr, of Knlrigh, and it
has just walked away with a prize of
$l.."iil which it won ui n race at Phila
delphia. Mr. H. U. Williams, of Croatan, went
to church with his family, and while he
was none burulars entered his house nnd
stole $1(1 in money and considerable
Chns, P. Harden, while bathiiiginllaw
Kiver, slipis-d on a rock and fell. His
hand struck some sharp substance nnd
indicted an ugly wound, severing sonic
ol the arteries.
A Richmond cxiiert says that there is
enough ore in sight around Orellill, near
GrcviislHiro, to make Mill I tons n day for
.'Mi years. .Nothing would induce nun
to add four yean and make it an even
Enumerator I. P. Cameron, of Kieh-
moiul rmiiif v. tviuirt. the discovery of fl
colored man who calls himself John
Dctchcr and claims to lieonc hundred and
eight years old. He was born near Pe
The Neusc Kivcr Paier Company has
Ih-cii organized and is to bciucorMirnted.
The company will run the Askew mills,
will enlarge them nnd take steps toward
doing a large business throughout the
The Fanners' Alliance of Wake county
have elected the lollowing officers for the
ensuing year: president. Ii. MvK. Good
win; vice-president, W. II. t's.hiireh;
sccrelnrv, D. G. Dunn ; treasurer, C. II.
Clark; lecturer, J. C. Scarborough.
Walter Simpson, night watchman of
the Richmond and Danville railroad al
Greensboro, was knocked Irom the toi
of n box car as he was cutiuuii lunch nnd
fell upon the end of n cross tic. He is
badly hurl and Ins assailant isunkuown.
On the lirst ballot the democratic con
vention of the ti tt.lt district nominated
A. II. A. Williams, of Oxford, to lie then
candidate for coiiiiress. It is the gen
eral impression thai he has a walk over
lirowcr who will be put up again by the
Kcv. J. T. Harris, presiding elder of the
L'uriiaui district, in now prominently
sunken of ns a successor to Dr. II. F.
Dixon as suicriiilcndcnt of the Oxford
Orphan Asvluin. Ir. inxon wus recently
nppointrd president of ths Greensboro
I-cm ale Academy.
Mr. Giles T. Crowcll, a native of Ca
barrus has U-en living in South America
for the past three years. Recently he
came to the conclusion that lie could not
stav there any longer without Miss
Mollie Hlackwcldcr, of Concord, so be
came back nnd they nre now one.
Miss Mary Earn of Earpshoro, John
ston countv, was to have liecn married
to a man she did not love, and she con
fidentially told it to Clarence Richardson
of the same place, Gallantly the young
man oiicrcil iiunscii ns a sunsiituie aim
was accepted. The ceremony was per
formed at Wilson.
We nre requested to state thnt the pnr-
nuranh in the pniH-rs to the effect that
Chatham county is for Stroud is not
strictly correct. In the convention the
vote stood Stroud, sixty-one eighty-
iklh.i It.m.t. tu-c.it v-five riirhtv-siKth.
Mr. Itunn gels neatly one-third of the
county, as the ubovc shows. State
A I lenderson county preacher who wus
mentioned nsn possible candidate for the
legislature is out with n card in which he
says that the first thing he will do before
he allows his name to lie used is to have
it proved to him that he has not been
called to preach. Next the people will
have to convince him that there arc no
more souls to save.
NEVER FAILING CURE FOR
TKAUB MARK RBGISTURUD.
ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
CureH Kvery Variety of Headache
AND NOTIIINO ELSli.
Has earned for itself
the enviable reputa
tion of being the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
speedy relief and cure of every variety of
that common trouble, Headachb. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
ull quarters, proves its true merits and
acceptability to the public. It is some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative iKiwcrs it does not de
pend upon the subtle influences of such
poisonous drugs as
CHLORAL AND COCAINE,
Since it docs not contain an atom of
cither ol these. It is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can be taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, does not
disarrange the stomach, and contains
no noxious or sickening ingredients.
The K-culinr advantages of Antimi
graine consist in its being thoroughly
reliable ns a cure for any kind of head
ache without respect to cause leaving
no unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
us in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make It
the most popular and sulcuble article in
the market, wherever known.
I'lKliCTIONS FOR I'SB.
The iluie for an adult la two teaapoonful.
In a wine ! of water. Ikw for children
in proportion, according to aice. In either
CUM the dnae can lie reicated every thirty
minuo until a cure I. enected. One doae will
always drive away an attack of Headache,
if taken when lint feeling the premonitory
yniotoni.; but if the attack I. well on, and
utti-riiiK i. Interne, the Kcond or third doae
may be required. U.ually irreater number
of doi la required to effect the first care
than I. needed for any .ucccedins time there-
uftrr, ahowiiiR that the medicine I. accomu
lative in it. cilccts, tending toward an event
ual permanent cure.
For mile at
46 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Bargains! Bargains I
We offer graiter induce
ments to rush buyers of Dry
Goods than any houHe in
All our Domestic floods
jought before the rise of cot
ton nre now sold nt prime
Fans nnd Parasols, the
best selection ill town, re
gardless of cost.
Curtains in great variety
for less thnn you can buy
Table Linen, Towels, Nap
kins and Doilies ut prices
that defy competition.
White floods, Embroider
ies and Laces at half tlieir
Our stock is very large and
wo are determined to reduce
Kid Gloves and Hosiery,
tho best stock in Asheville,
all reduced to bottom prices.
We will undersell tho low
est. Call and see us before
All Goods are now marked
in pla in figures lowest prices
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