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VOLUME VI. NO. 96.
ASHEVILLE, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1890.
A place planned and devel
oping' as a
Situated in t.ho '
OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA,
A region noted for health
hilness and beauty of
An elevation of :.N00 feet,
Jt. in beam; Inid out with
Insto and skill, with woll
Rinded roads and extensive
A desirable jtlace for fine
A' good opportunity Uyr
profitable investments. J''or
illustrated pamphlet, ad
dress, UNVILIE IMPROVEMENT CO.,
l.liivlllr, JHitvlicll Co., N. C.
CIIKVIOT. SATIiF.N AND
I'LANNHL SHIRTS Jl'ST
IN. LAMBS' BLAZKRS,
SHIRT WAISTS ft CJIIM-
lisiiTTHs jiist ri:ci:ivi:i.
ao south main stri:i:t.
M S. MAIN ST., AHHUVII.LB,
ii tii rues fin
BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY 600DS
Views and Sketches.
WAl.TBSll. own, W, W. WSST.
GWYN & WEST,
(BucceMor. to Walter B.Owjtn)
REFER TO BANK OF ASHEVILLE.
Loaui Securely Placed ( 8
Nolury Public. Cnmmlaaloners ol lieedii.
OPiriCK outheaat Court Mauare.
Real Estate Brokers,
And Investment Agents.
Loana ae. nrely placed at per cent.
timer, t a At afl P.tton Are Hccond Door,
"HOW NOW, HORATIO!"
U'nuld.'t buy timber landa, miner' prop
crllin or Aaheville Real liatatc f
Then call on ua, Horatio, and we will irlvc
thee thy money', worth.
W can Mil the. a house lot, lend thee she-It
cla to met a dwelling thereon, and Inaure
the aam In any Pin Inmiranee Company
doing bualimi. In thla State.
Hire aa a call, Horatio I
JUNKS Jk JBNKS,
REAL EITATI AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
Rooms Jk 10, McAfee Block,
II Pattoa At.., A.hrvtll., N. C.
"A IIIKU IN HAND
. la better than an overdralt In tbe Hank."
Uut the beat of all la to buy your Groccrica,
Proviaiona, Heed, Oct., from
A. D. COOPER.
Curiitr Main and Collide HtrccU. Hricci
low and vvvrylhinjr as rcprrM-iited or
Two sccoiid tmnd waiiuua for tmlt iiivMi.
PRIfES THAT TALK!
A new lot of Comfort h
liliiukcts, and other goods
for cooler weather has just
been received. Plasterers'
White O veridls and Jackets,
Nurses' (!aw and Aprons.
The Inrnvsr lot of ('heniis?,
(owns and Underwear to le
fouiid in the city, some fine
goods. cbeaN'i than ym ma
get I he inateriail and make
them. Moikings in colors
and i'asl llliu-k. Wool, Mo
rino, Cotton, Lisle Thread,
and Silk, from 10cts. to f 2
a pair. All kinds of Dress
Trimmings, Itutlons, Lin
iugs iVc; in fact our utock of
everything needed to use or
to wear for Men,'Hoys', Chil
dren orLadies is well nigh
lcrfeYt, so that your WANTS
from the tvllur to the garret
can bo filled at our storo nt
prices nwuy below anybody
else. Don't buy anything
until you try '
The "BIG RACKET"
F. A. GRACE.
( Formerly of Lyman Child I,
Office No. i Legal Block.
Strictly m Brokerage Business
Loan. securely placed at S per cent.
(Mncccaxire to Italrd Rctor.)
No. S North Main Street,
Have a full atock of everything to lie need In
famlltafln the way of eatable.. All Ireah and
of beat quality. We aak our frlenda and the
public generally to call and ace ua. Satla'ao
linn gunrantecd, All goud. dellrcrcd In the
city limit.. Preah country proiluce a .W
Wm. R. King, of the Knglncer Corpa. V. .
N I. loeatrd In Anhevllle and will practice
urveylng. Draughting of any deacrlptliin a
apedalty. I'. O. Boa TJ.
Interest Paid on Deposits of Four months In the Western Carolina Itank--Savinss Department,
Go to Cai-michael's Drug
SUre with your prescription
whewyou will at all times
find a full lino of pure fresh
Drugs and Chemicals, and at
low prices. His prescription
department is stocked with
the purest nnd best Drugs
and Chemicals to be found in
the market, both foreign and
domestic And you can rest
assured that your prescrip
tion will bo filled correct and
that you will bo charged a
low price. Three registered
prcscriptionists ready to
servo you at nil hours. Night
(tails promptly answered.
No. so South Main Street,
Asheviile, N. C.
Lots and lots of
New (ioods for Au
tumn just received.
We have made a
number of sweeping
reductions on Spring
and Summer (Soods
in order to close them
A largediscount on
light weight Clothing
(black excepted) for
the remainder of tlie
CLOTHINO. DRY 00008. SMALLWARES, HATS,
SHOES AND CARPETS.
7 & 9 PATTON AVK
Quit monkeying with
Knoxville and Richmond
wheii you want Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, Oils, Window
(Slaas &c.., remember that
T..C. Smith & Co., have a
large nnd heavily stocked
Wholesale and Retail Drug
House in Asheviile, on the
Public Square, where all buy
ers are supplied in quantity
and price and quality, Buch
goods as make up a well fit
ted modern Drug and Pre
scription Store. S ive freight
charges from more remote
points and save time in get
ting goods. Aid in building
up a near-by market and in
creasing the growing im
portance of ABhevillo as the
commercial centre of West
ern North Carolina.
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E. J. ASTON.
General i Insurance t Agent.
Rear No. 80 South Main atreet.
Katabltaacd INnS. Aaheville, N. C.
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RBV. JAMBS ATKINS.
TBACIIBR OP PIANO
Pnplla received at Ail Bailey atreet. Real,
dcae. 77 Charlotte .tract,
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS TO
THE CITIZEN TO-DAY.
Pl.VSin WAXKet FVMNV IN TH.!
REMINDED OF TWO HISTORIC
ailBMTITI'TK FOR THK HOIVB
WasIiini'.tun, August 26. In the Sen
ate today n mibstittite for the house
bankruptcy bill wns-reportrd by Senator
Hoar from the judiciary committe and
nlnced on the calendar.
Senator I'lumb's resolution directing
the committee on rules to prohibit the
sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors
in tne senate wine ot the camtol, went
over until tomorrow on account of the
absence of Senator Butler.
The memorandum offered yesterday by
senator Alrinch nxinu the tune lor vol.
ing on the tariff bill was presented, the
presiding officer stating that unanimous
consent was uskcu lor having it entered
as the order of tlie senate. Objection
was mude by Senator Morgan aud other
democratic senators to having the mem
ornndum take the shaie of an "order of
li. wna ... " n ml nl,m an i.it.'rt'l. (i i.r tt'
opinion on that Hint, Senator Aldrich
withdrew that form and confined his
motion to a request for the unanimous
consent to the memorandum.
Senator I'lumb suggested that there
was something Iwhind the matter that
was not perfectly apparent to the pub
lic. The solemn interchange ot sugges
tion yesterday between the senator Irom
Rhode Island, and the senator from
Maryland, reminded him some w lint ol
the Historic remark that once passed be
tween ine uovcruor oi iorin v.nronnn
and the Governor of South Carolina.
Luiigliter.l It recalled also the remark
that two Koninn augurs could not look
in each other's faces without smiling.
It wis time. Senator I'lumb thought.
that the curtain was rang down and the
lights put out. An agreement had been
mnde by which the democratic senators
were to lorcgo their opposition, or, at all
events, their debating opposition, to the
tarin bill which hail been nt'scrilied as so
utterly and nbliorrutlv obicctionnbleand
of course he presumed that this courxc
was to Ik taken in order that something
else might be bad which was desirable to
them, tie would inteprose no olucclion
to the memorandum.
The memorandum was then nurccd to
by unanimous consent.
The conference report on the sundry
civil appropriation bill was rend.
CoiiHlderliiK Report ol the Com.
nflttee on Klccllve FranctilMc.
Jackson, Miss., August 20. The com
mittee on elective franchise of the Mis
sissippi convention has practically com
pleted its labori and will Ik ready to re
IKjrt in a dnv or two.
A rtgh draft of the reiKirt ot the sub
committee on franchise will Ik considered
bv the lull commute ol thirty-hvc to
morrow. It provides for an educational
qualification, limited to the knowledge
of reading and writing, or in lieu thereof
property qualification of $15(1, for resi
dence in Stale of two years and prepay
ment of a poll tax of
It is suggested by the sub-committee
that the educational and proierty quali
fications remain inoiKrntivc until the
year 1H00 mid that a t that time elections
be held under the Australian system as
embodied in the Dortch laws ol the state
AN ALLIANCK MAN.
He Holds the Balance of Power
lu the Oklahoma LeirjHlature.
Gt'THRiK. Oklahoma. August 21!. The
members ol the legislature have almost
all arrived for the ojwning of the session.
The republicans who have a majority in
the lowc house will decide upon the
officers to-day. Mr. Morton, of Guthrie,
wilt probably be mane speaker.
In the unoer house neither the republi
cans nor the democrats have a majority.
The balance of Kwer is held by an Alli
ance mnn elected from No Man's land.
Brewery and Hotel Mold.
CliATTANootlA, August 20. Conrad
Gcise and Fred Gcise, owners of a two-
thirds interest in the Chattanooga brew
ery, sold yesterday to Cincinnati parties,
tor llM),(iuo cash, rue brewery win be
increased to the capacity of 200,000
Darrein per annum.
The Lookout Mountain Inn, on Look
out mountain, changed hands to-day, K.
S. Wntkins and W. O. Peoples selling
their interest to M. M. Henderson.
It Is KnRfllNb Cholera.
London. August 20. It is now believed
that n great deal too much has been
mnde ol the case ol eiioiera wmcn nas
put the whole city into n terrible scare.
The doctors of the 1'oplar Hospitnl think
that the case isoneof the litmlislicholcrn,
and the statement that the nurse at that
institution has died Irom Asiatic cholera
is unfounded. Her case was a well de
fined case of Knglish cholera.
Mvsniish urocer Closed.
Savannah. August 20 Epstein &Man-
nnbnclier, wholesale dealers in groceries,
honors, ciirars and tobaccos, have been
closed by Samuel llcrmon on n mortgage
ol b-hi,uiu, cost nnviinccs. i nc nrm im
mediately secured its Savannah credi
tors. The liabilities are $ 1 76.000. nearly
equally divided iKtwecn Savannah and
enstern and northwestern creditors. The
assets are S7S.0OO. The nrm did an nn
nual business of n quarter of a million
NORTH CAROLINA FOLKS.
Mr. T. 15. Smith, lately of Buncombe
county, has purchased the Amnions es
tate nt rcucntrcc anu is miiaing .uu-
Mr. Simon Sales after nn absence of
fifteen years ns a resident of Albnde, Tex.,
I. Ylnllllljj III. ihwiki, .u. ... hum, vi.
ley river, Cherokee county.
Derrick Alexander, who was a slave of
Mr. John R. Alexander, was in Charlotte
from Cabarrus county the other dav.
Derrick is 73 year old, and is the father
of 23 children, 14 of whom are living,
lie hni been married twice. The were
eight twins born to him. His youngest
chil I is 11 months old. Hii oldest twin
daughter is tbe mother of six seti of
IT WAS XORPHINK.
A Terrible Mistake Causes the
Death of Two Children.
Concord, Tenn., August 20. Mor
phine was given Sunday evening by mis
take for quinine by the mother to three
children ill the family of W. I). Iludgins.
toone little boy in Frank M. Smith's
and one in W. S. Smith's family
A Jnughter of Mr. Iludgins' and
Frank M. Smith's son, John I'nulett died
in a few hours, the other three are still
The supM)scd quinine was purchased
by Mr. Iludgins at the store of C. B.
Neuhauser, ut Concord, nnd put into a
bottle labeled "sulphate of quinine."
WHO'S TO BEAT GORDON?
TBE BI'RNINQ QI'I'.HI ION I
The Alliance Hunting; for a Can
dldatc and He Must be a Very
tMronit Man A Sensational Ki-m-
Atlanta, On., August 20. Half a do
en names arc mentioned in connection
with the opposition to Gov. Gordon in
his scnntorml nice nnd the indications
now are that Georgia's famous fighter
will have on his hands the h.irdist iHiliti
cat fight he has ever had.
On the last day ol the recent State con
vention of Alliance men u resolution was
passed rciternting an endorsement of St.
Louis platform ot the National Alliance.
sub-treasury and all. This much of the
Alliance action wns unen to t ie nub ic.
mil a most iniiHiriaut lenture wns with
held lor the official organ. This feature
was embraced in the same resolution
that endorsed the St. Louis plntlorm nnd
was, in just so ninny words, an "earnest
and unqualified demand that all num
bers ol our order, whe mnv liecomc mem
bers of the Georgia legislature, do not
vote for any man or men for the United
States senate unless he or thrv siiliscrilK
to the Georgia State Alliance plnttorin.
WII.I. NOT AMMINT.
The Federation Men are Not to
Aid the KulglilH of lutbor.
Tkkkk II.U'TK, I ml., August 2.1. The
Federation men will not Ik called out.
The stiikc motion was defeated vestcr
day afternoon. Secretary Nebo says
there vill Ik no strike.
Chicago, III.. August 20. The strike
of the switchmen of the stock ynrds
switching usmji union alter the imcv
.i i . .
.111VA.-B i.i ine eiiiin-rr. nuo nreiucn nan
lieen adjusted yesterday afternoon put a
new pm.se on the munition, nnd this
morning, it was ilx'iiltd to disolvc the
association and allow each road to do
its own switching.
I he switchmen on the Chicago nnd
Alton road struck (his morning,
Representative Wataon Head,
Washington. August 20. Renrcscntn-
tive Lewis F. Watson, of Pennsylvania
died very suddenly yesterday in tins city.
Stanley's Health Poor.
London. August 2G. Ilenrv M. Stun.
ley's agent says that Stanley is very far
from being restored to perfect health.
They Want a Car.
Editor Tim Citui;n: Asheviile came
liberally to our gala week Henderson
ville desires to go liberally to Ashevillc's
gala week, and will do it if transporta
tion ui suiviiuic lime, nc lurmsnea,
Give us a car to start Irom Hendcrson-
villc every morning, say at H:.'to and re
turn every afternoon at 0:3(1. but the ex
act hours of course must conform to the
mail trains. Give us a ear gentlemen
and let us help-on next week's fun.
Hendersonvillc, N. C, August 2.r.
' Ss.ooo Bor Ten Spring;).
Dr. Hollingsworth, of Pennsylvania,
has offered Mr. Miller $3,000 for one
cluster of his mineral springs nt Sky land.
desiring to mnid a large lanitnnum
there. Mr. Miller refused th. oiler as he
prefers hotels to sanitariums. Last win
ter a New York physicinn offered $2,000
lor the same cluster ol springs. It is pre
dicted that Skylnud Springs will become
a second Saratoga.
Real Kstate Transfers.
T.J. Hargnn nnd wife to T. C.
Stnrnes and 11. A. Heist, lot
Richmond hill road 1 tOxiHO.St.niHUKl
lot on rimer street, OOxIoll. oi.i.OO
II. It. Stevens to L. A. Fnrin-
holt, lot on Academy street. 2.;"t(G.r(
J. G. Queen and wife to . II.
Loughran, lot 07x200 on
Park uvenue 2,0.ri0.00
The Alamance county democratic con
vention nominated R. A, Scott for the
state legislature. Senator Vance was en
A leading republican of Raleigh says he
does not think there will Ik a represent!!'
tion ot over halt tne counties at the con.
ventton of his party on the 2Hth,
The prohibition party of Wake
county, has nominated n full county
M-kfr. hpnrlrn hv S. M. I'nrrish for the
senate, the platform favors the siiIh
treusury bill and the abolition of the
The result of the primary elections in
Anson county, gives McLarty a majority
of 31 votes, thus making him, in Inct,
the choice of Union nnd Anson counties to
represent the 27th senatorial district in
tbe Slate legislature.
The Cnbnrrus county nominating coiv
vention has nominated Ililcinan for the
legislature, Morrison for sheriff, Gibson
for clerk. Patterson for register of deeds,
Kd. F. White for cotton-weigher, Walter
for coroner, John S. Long lor surveyor.
The Smithfield Herald contains a card
from Mr. James H. Pou declining the
nomination for senator from Johnson
county on the around of his brother hav
ing been nominated for solicitor. The
convention has been called to reconvene
at Smithfield September 12 to nominate
BIG FIRE IN, CHICAGO.
M'VICKER'S THEATRE, CHICAGO,
A WAI.I. IMI.I.H ON HICVl-.HAI.
ALL INJURED, AND ONE OF THEM
PANIC IN THP. NKIUHBORINIi
Chicago, August 20. Fire wns dis
covered in Mt'Vicker's theatre, Madison
street, IkIwccii State and HciirlKin
streets, at .'(..'to this morning. As far as
can Ik learned it ignited in n small
smokiog room under the stage. Tin
dry and infl.im.ihlc material of the
room furnished material for the blaze
and in a moment the fierce llniuc burst
out through the side window.
As soon as tbe fimucu arrived tlicy di
rected a Kti'inni of water through the
window Irom which the Unities were
coming. Sun dee filled I lie entire build
ing nnd it is feared badly damaged
the valuable scenery of the Shenaiidoali
Company now (icrlormiug in the build
ing. The fire made uiH'Xieelcd head way in the
interior of the hiiihliugniid in thirty min
utes after its discovery had run from the
basement to the roof, the llames appar
ently enveloping the whole building. Ai
lour o clock the names were leaning Irom
all the windows on the west and cast
side of the theatre.
When it war seen what rapid headway
the flames were making additional lulp
was sunimoiicd mid every effort directed
towards saving the trout portion of tin
building where a number of offices weiv
located Nmrlv every occupant of them
is a loser, although none curried heav
The llames bursted from the rear of tin
building with such fury that they ex
tended across the nllev and threatened
the destruction ofthe Windsor Kuroicnu
hotel. The guests of the hotel awakened
aud a panic resulted. The iieoole lln-iih
grabbed their clothing and made way to
the street. I Here was no occasion loi
the flight, however, as llicliivniiuumod
cil the hotel so well that the llames had
no chance of communication with the
Panic also seized the guests ol the Sar
atoga hotel .-mil t lie Dennett house, but
the llames did not reueh either ol litem.
Seven men licloiigiug to the lire insur
ance patrol No. 1 ucrc in the auditorium
al work when the roof tell in. Thev nil
sc.-ipvd us bv a miracle. .Not so loitiL
mite were the men who were fighting fire
in the rear of the building when the rear
wall Icll, as all the meiiol .No. i were tar
ried in the ruins. All were more or less
hurl ami the tiriinaii, Jack Dully, had his
skull Iracltii'cil, and will probably die.
I he total loss to the theatre and oivu
mnts is estimated nt over $200,1100.
lorncc McViekcr, the proprietor, savs
his own loss will reach over $100.0011.
Several stores on Stale street caught tin-
bill the names were soon cxtmcuislicil,
and the damage will lie nominal.
A liRKAT IIOHi:,
A Kiillway Tunnel I'nder the Ml.
Clair River at Port Huron.
Pokt Ht'ltoN, Mich., August 211. The
workmen engaged upon the two ends ot
the St. Clair river tunnel, between Port
Huron, Mich., and Sarnia, (Int., shook
hands with each other yesterday mulct
St. Clnir river and made the great siiIh
terra neiin highwuv re-echo with their
cries. The hist spade full of earth will U
removed 1 hut may morning. I he tunnel
is practically completed and every one
connected wilh it, is jubilant.
AITMUS Ol-' COXSIUJI UNCI:.
Dr. Ivdward McGlvnu has returned
from his Calitoruia trip.
Frost, ice and snow were incidents ol
life in the Catskills Saturday ttighl.
Ann O'Delia Diss Delmr, the siKiok
Iiriiicvss, litis relumed to New York from
The summer resorts about New York
were deserted Sunday on account of cold
The list of victims of the lornaito ol
last Tuesday in Wilkcslmrrc, Pa., now
The California itiare Sunol trotted a
mile at Chicago in 2.1Hu, equaling her
IK-rformance as a tlmv-y car-old.
Clifton Rotles llnrretl, private banker
of Louisville, Ky., has assigned. His as
sets and liabilities arc about equal, and
amount to $00,1100 or $70,0011.
The outlook for the IVniocrnts in Phil
adelphia tit the next congressional elec
tion is snid to Ik extremely favorable to
the capturing of two or three districts.
Rev. B. F. Rawlins, D. I)., of Mount
Vernon. Intl., has been appointed to ami
has accepted the assistant editorship of
the Western Christian Advocate, Cincin
nati. Rep. loncs, a prominent builder aud
railroad contrnctor, of knowillt, Tenn.,
has assigned to K. N. Hood. His I111I11I
ilics arc placed a $11.11,0110, and assets
Iron mitntifnctiircrs in the Shtiylkill
Valley, Pa., declared that unless the rail
roads reduced freight rates Southern
competitors would tbrec them to close
their works, anil ine roans nave inane
A caravan of 4,000 purlers is about to
start from Bagnmoyo, Africa, for Victo
It is stated that the Czar and Czarina
have promised UniKror William Mutt
they will visit Hcrltn lit October.
As n result ofthe marine officers' strike
in Australia twenty steamers are now
lying idle in the harbor of Melbourne,
The miners of Grcut Britain will be
asked by the labor organisations to vote
on the question 01 tiiieiglit-noiir working
day before an international strike Is or
dered. At a meeting ol the Lancashire Miners'
Federation the president stated that two
messengers who came direct from the
Bmpcror of Germany hnd wnitetl on him
and solicited informntin as to the con
dition of British miners, itnting that the
Emperor desired to place the labor laws
ot Germany on an equality with those of
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ABSOLUTELY SAFE, PERFECTLY SURE AND
Cures i:try Variety of Headache
ANU NOTHING KI.Hlt.
Has earned tor itself
the enviable reputa
tion of Iwing the finest, most effective
and reliable article in the market for the
SKt dy relief anil cure of every variety of
lhat common trouble, Hkadaciik. The
immense favor which has greeted it from
.ill quarters, proves ils true merits nnd
acceptability to the public. It il some
thing which almost everyone needs, and
those who have once tried it, will never
For its curative Hiwcrs il docs not de
IKiid upon the subtle influences of such
Hiisoiious drugs ui
CHLORAL AND COCAINIi,
Since it does not contain nn atom of
either ol these. Il is absolutely free from
injurious chemicals, and can Ik taken by
young and old without fear or serious
results. It is not a Cathartic, diKS not
disarrange the stomach, nnd contains
10 noxious or sickening ingredients.
The Kculiar advantages of Antimi
graine consist in ita Ix-ing thoroughly
reliable as u cure for any kind of head
ache without resicct to cause leaving
110 unpleasant or annoying after-effects,
as in the case of other so-called "harm
less" remedies. These qualities make il
the most M)iular und saleable article in
the nun kit. wherever known.
DIKIiCTIONH PtlK USB.
The dose for un mtult i. two tca.ioonrula
in a wine glusa of wutcr. 1'o.c fur children
in iroM,rtion, according to ag. In either
.-lute tile .lone eun tic rcH-aled every thirty
ininut-M until a cure i. dlcclcd. One soar will
iilwnya drive away an attack of Headache,
if mkrn when tiritt feeling the premonitory
-ytuiKoma; hut if the attack 1. well on, and
ullvring is inteiiav, the second or third dose
tuny be required. I'aually a greater number
of dose, is rciiiircd to effect the first cur.
thnn is needed lur any succeeding time thcrc
riftcr, showing thut the medicine ia accumu
lative in its cni-cls, lending toward an event
ual M.-rmnncnt cure.
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priiiii' post. All Ptiiiit'stic
(iootls, inclinliiitf Pride of tlio
West, Wimisutta, Fruit of
Loom, 1-1 Cot Ions mid 10-1
Slict'tiiifis at prime cost.
We cull speeiiil attention
to our lnrtfc stuck of Km
hroidery ami Knit I'hilc Silk,
Zephyrs, Wools, Silk ami
Outline Work. All tfo at
prime cost. Ladies' Musliu
Underwear at cost, Kid
(loves, Hosiery and Ilibbons
at unusually low price.
Ludios will save money by
attending this special solo.
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