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Daily Capital Journal
V II&KStK BROTHBR3,
FBI DA V, 31 AY 20,1890.
Fnlr tonight nnrt
Me rnln Sunday.
We Arc Headquarters
For bicyclists supplies. A Hue line of
sweaters, Golf hose, bicycle salts. Jou re
ceived line of gauntlet cloven for ladles or
gentlemen, Dr. Warner's and W. It. Ctcle
Never has lh assortment been mot com
plete lhan this eaon. Plain and llemed
roohatn, crepor.i, granite cloilu, Hergrs.lancr
mixed plaids, checks, tic. Our Mack gxl
depaituient li specially luvlilnc jutt at re
cnt. Dresden Silks and Velvets
tor trimming lh veUeia are esnuWlte, the
harmonious blending of colo adds richneaa
to the ciiitume. I'lkeji.as a yard.
With laiija.d an I wMate. for the l-oja.
Made of fine mater al . I'ric it $o
t J, Dalrymplc Co.
Itccclvor P. It. Anson went to Tort-
land this iiiornlng.
Hear Htimiity Diiinpty ngli! Go!
See! licit r! 15 edits!
Mr. Lowle Cannon. .. Portland, l
In tlio city visiting oltUrlcude.
(Jotolienr children of Lou Hum
rosiiinnKr A. 1!. IIiitldelKon came
down from JelTerson tills aftornoon.
W. L. Toozo iMHsecl through for
JefTcnwii where lio will hihjiiIc tonight.
Kco tlio Penzance orator Bland on
air. Tonight, W. U. Chapel.
J. 11. Dlmlck, the iKilltlcal war
liorso of Hubbard, caino up tills niorn
lnif. Hon. C. 11. Moorcs went to Clauka
mas this afternoon to Hiwak for tlio
V. 13. Hodgklu, went to I'ortland
today to spend Sunday with Mm.
Hodgklu nt herold homo.
John A. Carnon went to Woodburn,
today to to tako In the meeting of J.
W. Joy, tho I'ortland onttor.
A. N. Munscy, of Salem, wan In tlio
city n few days ago, looking after prop
erty Interest bore. Oregon City
Secretary Kln,caltl wont to Port
land this afternoon From there ho
rocs through to Kiigouo to cast his
vote noxt Monday.
Fred Dowersox, who recently gradu
ated from the Capital business col lego,
has accepted a position as assistant In
tho Spa, und will hereafter servo Ices
mid confections In tho most accept
Backlon's Arnica Halve
The best Salvo In Ilia world foi Cuts,
Sores, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Ulicum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chllblalna,
Hnilses, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refundcC,
Price 25 cents a boa. For salo by Fred A.
Don't Do Afiaid,
When your machines do nut work
Sood do not bo afraid of largo charges,
co. 0. "Will, tho old bowing macblno
man, very holdout charges more than
CO cents mid somctlmea $1. d&wtf
We Sell Wash Goods,
Uccauso wo select tho right kind of
materials, and ohooso tho prottlest
patterns, Iluylng from us Insures your
getting tlio latest styles In everything
now und attractive.
Dimities, 8 l3c a yard and up,
Percales, 7c a yard and up,
batines, lUc a yard and up,
Organdies, 12 U2c yard and up.
Challlcs, 4c a yard and up,
Prices Ducks, 12 1x2c. a yard,
Crendcnda Piques, lOcra yard,
for ladles, men und children. Every
thing now and prices tho lowest.
Willis Bros. & Co,
Court and Liberty.
Tho CttRh Dry Goods, Clothing und
Choice Potatoes. 3222k,2C2
VlkH v v9S vK
Late in the season potatoes generally
et toft and are not palatable, Thev are
alto very scarce now.but we have an abun
dance and they are as solid as the day they
'came oat of the ground If you want some
get your order in nowf as the new crop
will be very late
Soimetwtan'i Groceryf 124 State.
Some Personals and Newa of the Dolnga
of Oregon People.
Mrs. Geo! II. Irwin returned this
nnernoon from Eugene.
Miss Clnlro Gatcb, of Seattle, who
has been spending n month with tho
f.imlly or her brother, Mayor untdi,
ift rnr liomc this inoruliiir. She was
accompanied to I'ortland by Hon. A.
Buh, Miss Sally Bush, Mm. A. N.
Buhand Mm. Claud Oatch and son,
Mls Twlnk Graham Is here this
week visiting her mother and sister
Ruse. Sho fin shed Her scliooi worn
nt Salem two weeks ago und Is now at
hoato nt Graham's Ferry once more.
...Mr. Ware, wife of Hcv. A. T.
Var, tlio ni-M- pastor of the Friends
church, arrived hero from Salem yes
terday, and will slop for a time at the
borne of her coti'ln, I'rof. C. B. Lewis.
Ilumpty Duuiply Is cranky they buy,
yet bright and cheery as these days
How his flit old face will beam with
When he sees Salem's children, tho
good a 'id the bright
Tlio best of our city not false nor
Will see him; it costs but f cents and
Piano Solo Prof. Winkler
Hccltutlon. ."Awfully Lovely Plilloso-
Miss JcssIp Setllenielcr.
Quartette Chinese Children
Vocal Solo Miss Anna Atwood
Itocltatlon "Hock of Ages"
MIhs Hither Collins.
Violin Solo "Htabat Mater"
Miss Nellie Brown.
Vocal Solo Miss Adda Davenport
"The Penance Orator" Mrs. J. II.
Admission, ir cents; children, 10
lluicic Makino. -Burton llros., tho
well known brick dealers of Fast
State street, lnive commenced mould
ing brick, Tho llrst for this season
were mado Thursday. Since there
arc no largo brick buildings to be
erected this season, only one million
common brick will bo manufactured.
A good supply of pressed brick will
also bo mado to supply tho public de
mand for artlstlo masonry. This
work alfords employment for 11 bout
fifteen men, whose wages -make quite
u handsome sum each month.
A Nkw Hoy Was received at tho
state reform school last night. Prank
Shuber was brought up from Port
land where be was convicted on a
charge of defacing a building. Ho
Is committed at tho ago of 14 years
and Is tho llrst boy iecnlvcd since tlio
parole of eight boys. There aro now
at tho school 121. The number sent
In all Is 212. Tho number out on
parole Is Justus largo as the numb r
In the school and will continue to
grow larger from this time forward.
All Paui Ui'. County treasurer
Mlnto hits today paid tho last Instal
ment of tuxes duo from Marlon county
to tho stato of Oregon. This breaks
the record of any county treasurer in
Oregon or any treasurer who over
sorved tho people of Marlon county.
Mr. Mlnto has mado tho saying good
when ho was nominated that ho has
kept warrants nearer paid up and less
Idle money lying in tho banks then
any treasurer Oregon ever had,
Will Not Tauk Plack. Soveral
days since au urtlolo was published In
Tub Journal, relating to a local Held
day, to bo held between the Fast and
North schools, on Juno Rl. It Is now
declared off. It seems, tho North
school boys wished to Incorporate with
their team u number of young men
not attending their school. Tills was
Justly objected to by tho Fast school
boys, and as a result, 110 Hold day will
boiliad unless 11 compromise between
tho, two teams can be eiTcototU
AvrKNTioN, ltKruiinoANB. Mem
bers of the Salem Republican club are
hereby called to moot at tbolr club
rooms this evening. Business of
urgent necessity Is to bo transacted
previous to tho bull nt the opera bouse.
All members are requested to bo pres
ent ut 7:16" sharp. By order of Geo.
1 1 1
Kkki Of' tub Guahs.- Whether
your iitutio Is Coxoy or not, remember
that your stock should not live on
grass alone, but solid feed Is needed,
and Brewster it AVIilto nro better pre
pared than over to furnish it, 1)1 Court
street. in f 2t.
Trillion Ford Is In Kastein Oregon
to make a few speeches.
The fusion In Polk Is driving Demo
crats and Populists to the Republi
cans. Woodhum sent up nn Immcnso
crowd to hoar Hon. IL L. Barkley to
C. B. Moores und General Odcll ad
dressed meetings for the Jtcpublicans
F. F. Post, of Linn county, who was
at Salem for some time past, went to
Polk yesterday to make a few Repub
Jenk Harding says he could have
told nearer what the result would be
before he left home than he can now
since being out two weeks.
Owing to pressure of campaign mat
ter and other business, Tin: Journal
will be obliged to forego Its usual cus
tom and will be published on
The Salem Republican club Is called
to meet this evening at the club
rooms over Cross's meat market at 7
p. m. to meet the Republican candi
dates and proceed with them to the
Old soldlrrs who wore the blue,
should turn out to hear Comrade 'h.
W. Chapman, of Brooks, the Grand
Army man on the Republican repre
sentative ticket. He Is a worthy mem
ber of tho order und should be
welcomed most cordially.
Mrs. Mary E. Hobart, of New
Whatcom, Wash , will speak at the
armory Saturday night. She advocates
tbo'Popullstcauso. The lady appeared
at McMlnnvllle today and will appear
at tho Rickey school tonight.
dipt. J. n. Dlmlck of Wood burn,
Post commuudcrof the Grand Army nt
Hubbard, who has been with tho Re
publican candidates at many points,
Is In the city today und resents the
report that he Is no longer it trim
blue Republican. He Is loyal to the
The Pops closed their campaign
big rally at the armory last
Hud Chapman, us chairman,
churgoof the meeting and at
8 o'clock ho summoned to the rostrum
T. J. MeClnry, K. L. Hlbbard, I. M.
Wagner, O. P. Cadwcll, F. A. Meyers,
II. Cleveland and R. R. Ryan. All
made- tho usual speeches and wero
A good delegation of tho Lincoln
Republican club of Woodburn, Is In
city to sec tho tight 011 tho legislative
ticket to a finish, Six hack loads of
loyal Woodburnltos liuvo gono with
the ticket all over the county and
been a great source of Inspiration to
success, and Woodburn piecluct will
bo heard from June 1st.
An Honest and Competent Man.
No man can make a mlstakp In vot
ing for John Lewis for assessor of
Marlon county. There Is no politics
In this olllce, and If Mr. Lewis Is
elected ho will make an honest and
uniform assessment, and he will not
stand up tho county In tho way of
poniulsltes. There will bo no favor
itism, but a square deal all along tho
lino and u great wiving to the bur
dened taxpayer. Try him.
County Taxes. Tlio sheriff 'today
turned over tho sum of $12,000 to
county treasurer Mlnto who Immed
iately turned It over to tho stuto
treasurer und wiped out lust dollar
of taxes duo tho stato. Tho money
didn't lie In u bank u tulnuto after It
reached Jap Mlnto's -hands. No
wonder that bankers who want to
bundle tho public funds are lighting
Jap Ml u to.
Will Movk. On Juno 1st Ken-
worthy SiGeorge, tho popularcatorcrs,
expect to lo Installed In tbolr new
homo ut No. 100 Stato streot, thoy
Inning purchased tho llxtures of tho
Royal. They will niovo right uway
and by tho 1st will bo better prepared
than over before to servo tho tlncst
meals In tho city on short notice.
1 28 d w
The Titan Snows. Among tho
marvelous features of Bend Brothers'
famous exhibitions which will erect
Its many Mammoth touts for exhibi
tion ut Salem, Juno 10.
Ol'KN ALL THK TlMK Frotll 8 .
to Op. ui. every day, ring tho blue
boxes or telephone for a bicycle incs
Aitkk Buhxiks. County Judgo
Hubbard rodo thirty mile this fore
noon in tho direction of Fairfield and
St. Louis looking after county bridges.
1 m i
3ioo Reward $100.
The readers of this tuner will be tdene.1 in
learn that there U at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure In all iu
tages. and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure h the only positive cure now known to
me rneuicai iraternuy, Vatanh being a con
stitutional disease, require a constitutional
trearmtnt. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken
into nally, acting direct! upon the blood
and mucous surface of thu system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease and
giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietor have so much faith In
Its curative power that they offer One lion,
drcd dollar for any case that It fails to cure.
Scud for list of testimonials. Addreas
, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Bold oy druggists, 75c,
A SILVER DEMOCRAT.
C. A. Coryell, Press Representative
A tall handsome Intelligent western
New Yorker, bearing the above title,
1$ In the city, billing the Bend Bros,
show. Ho is a frank and outspoken
silver man und says there arc a great
many sllverltes In the Interior of
Nmv Yiirk. Ills home Is at Blng-
hampton and that county elected n
silver sheriff last fall. There Is a good
deal of tbosbrcHcd businessman and
Yankee about Mr. Coryell and hols
plnylifgfora full house for his show.
He says: "When you oiler to meet
n gold man half way and propose to
coin the two metals at a parity, he
refuses und bays you have got to con
cede all he asks and that he will yield
nothing. Tho American people will
never compromise with the goldltes
on their haughty terms.
n.'i vbi ii. Hilt is 11 silver man. At a
rrlr, "'' r , ;., Z r Zu m
1 1 . ..,!... n.Lw imv lin
PkWU via oiimi ......-. - u
Mr. Tellor. of Colorado, one better 1
and faor the coinage of silver at 15
to 1, the old constitutional limit."
Mr. Coryell said times were getting
better mighty slow In the empire
Dr. Cuslck is Improving bis residence
property on the corner of Commercial
and Center streets, by filling up his
grounds. The earth from the big
sower ditch Is bolng used.
The new Odell residence, on cast
Stnto street, In "raised," and the work
Is being pushed by Welch Bros.
J. B. Ptitmau Is making Inprove
ments on his place east of the city.
The Burton brick yard hayc resumed
work for the season, nad will glrnd
out the usual quality of building
C. F. Sbtpp has commenced work on
the now barn nnd carriage house for
Hon. Phil. Metschan.
Mrs. Sllverstein Is very sick nt
Capt. Pratt, superintendent of tho
Carlisle Indian training school and
his daughter, visited the school Mon
day. Mr. Pratt says that the boys
who were transferred from here to his
school two years ago, are all getting
Rev. Burdctto preached at the
chapel Sunday evening.
Mr. Latifuiau of Illinois, Is at pres
ent visiting relatives at tho school.
Dr. Ileiueuian, supervisor of Indian
schools, has been a visitor at tho
school during the last few days. Ho
left Wednesday evening to visit other
Indian schools In the state.
Dr. Mott paid u professional visit to
tho school Tuesday.
IIIRSCH.-Attho family home, Los
.ugeics, uii., .Mrs. uernaru iiirsch,
.May 28, 181)0, of pneumonia, after
an illness of one week.
Mrs. Ed. lllrsch of this city, was
present at her demise, bolng there on
n visit. Deceased Is well known nt
Salem, as formerly Mls3 Eva Meyer.
Mr. Iiirsch was formerly In business
at Salem, and Is a nepbowof Hon. Ed.
Illrbcli of Salem.
To Wkd.-A license was Issued to
day to Al. A. McConnlck toMlssG. M.
Schmidt, J. H. McConnlck, witness.
Tho ceremony will tako place Sunday,
at tho Catholic parsonage. Miss
Schmidt Is a twin hister of Mrs. Fay
Wrlghtmnn or Sublimity.
Klcctnc Hitters Is a medicine suited for any
season, but perhaps mow generally needed
when the liver Is torpid ami slucGh and the
need of a tonic and alterative Is felt. A
prompt use of this medicine has often averted
long and peihaps fatal blllious fevers. No
niedlclne will act more surely in counteract
Ing and freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache. Indigestion, Constipa.
lion, Dininets yeild to Electric Hitters. 50
cents and $.100 per bottle at Fred A. Legg'
Tho best vegetables Branson & Co.
Monkv to Loan In sums, from
100 to $2500, with approved security.
Apply to Mary M. Motliorn, Trado
street, between Eighteenth and Nlno
teoth, streets Salem. d 1 w w 3 w
und raddlshes Branson &
Ulslicst HonorsWorld's Fir,
Medal, Midwinter Pair.
(Most Perfect Mdc
of To the Citizens and Legal Voters of
Aurora District, Marlon County, Ore
The undersigned, yielding to the
many urgent request of friends at
Hubbard, Buttcvlllo and Aurora, has
decided to enter the contest nt the
coming election us nn independent
candidate for the olllco cf Justice of
the peace for the district of Aurora.
Not having Hied my acceptance
within the prescribed time, my nnme
will not bo found printed upon
the regular ballots, but friends
desiring to vote for mo will
write my name on their ballot
beneath the names of the other noml
nees for Justice of tho peace, on the
line provided for this purpose, and
make a cross or mark before the
same, and It will be counted for me.
I have bad &omo experience as Jus
tice of the reacc nnd pled genu honest,
tlio affam of the ld omco If elected.
W. S. IIUllST.
Auhoka, Or., May 28, 00.
A Citizen. Jules Armand of Bel
glum, was today mado n naturalized
citizen of tho United States.
Come and be convinced, Positive proof of spirit return,
and if not satisfactory no charge will be made. All mystifying
qucslions upon your mind fully solved. Inform ition upon any
and all subjects, No pretense, Everything plain, Greatest
success of the age, No attempts to affect impossible results or
alleged cures, our mission Ldng simply to demonstrate the
truth, Call and become famil r Vvith our work and its objects,
Reception room No, 15, Eld 'dg: block, Salem,
New vork, .May 29.
3 30. .
Portland, May 29 Wheat valley,
01; Walla Walla, 571158.
Flour I'ortland, (3.00; liemon county,
3.00; graham, $2.65; superfine, $2,25 per bbl,
Oats White, 26(0)270; grey, 3520jrolleJ,
In bags, $4.255.25, barrels, 4.5o7.oo;
Potatoes.. Oregon, 5oGoc per sack.
Hay. .Good, o per ton.
Wool,. Valley, 89cj Kastern Oregon,
Millstufls..l)ran, $11.50(0)1300; shorts,$i.
Poultry-Chickens, mlxed,$33.75; brofl-
cis. z(3.5o; uucks, 405; geese, 5;
lurKevs, live, 13c; uresseu, 153170.
Bides.. green, salted 60 lbs 5c
60 lbs A&Al.c: sheep pelts, io7oo.
Hops. .Oregon, 4 to 6c, according to qual.
butter.. Oregon fancy creamery, 2j3oj
fancy dairy, 25; fair to koo'1, '5I7M
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10,
Eggs,, Oregon, oioc pcrdoz.
Beef .Topsteers, 3.oo3.25 per lb; fair
to good steers, 2V2 3.5c; cows, 22c;
dressed beef, 4Vt5c
SAN 1'KANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, May 29. Wheat. 1,03
Wool.. Oregon, choice, SSc; Inferior 4
jc, valley, 9ioc.
Hops Quotable nt 2fihc.
Potatoes 6o7oc per sack.
Oats Milling, 7JS2.
Wheat.. 47c per bu., market firm
Hay.. Baled, cheat, J5,oo5.5o; timothy,
Flour. .In wholesale lots, 3.00; retail,
3.20; bran, bulk 11,00; sacked, 12.00;
shorts, 12.oot3.oo; chop feed, ti.oo
ducks, 70 lb;
spring chickens, io!2
Hogs.. Dressed, 3.
Live Cattle. 2(5)2i.
Butter .Best dairy,
toe; fancy creamery
Farm Smoked Meats . Baccn, 7c;
yv, 1UUUIUCI1, 5c.
Potatoes,. 25c per bu
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kinds in the
state. Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of frrass seeds.
FOR RENT-Three rooms suitable for house
cping, utn wator and bath tub. Rents for
j-j o " i ix ., one-nan block north
orKuhouse. A. J. BaUy. 29 "t'
WANTED-Position bv wrnilelirmJrsry.
governess to parties going to the coast or
ihUoffice"' rerercncM- AdlrcE. M. G..
WAN iisu a young man ot good habits fat?
education, able and Sillinc . 7iL .". 5
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5 35 6t
l'UULIC MEN. rniriYMixr.. .,.. ....
mlr T bUln ' WcT inf:
fP fright milch cows and ZT'h
gar old,. Inqufro of M.J. Egan, Ccmuj
Wool.. Beat, 120.
- HOSIERY .
Ladies', misses' and children's, in tan and black, all reoV A
See the excellent values in ladies' and children's black anrl
at 9c. ,an
257 Commercial st.
FOR SALEr-Pioncer crockery and Krocory
store, established 1857; placo of business fn
,onc of the best locations in the city; a capital
of about $5,000 required; object of closing
business, on account of health, Jno. G.
Wright, Salem. 5:8 dim
FOR SALE OK KEN'lV-40 acres land 5
miles out. Partly improved, wood and
pasture, good house, large barn, 2 acres
bearing orchard, lot of small fruit, good water.
Wood Btumpage can be had. Box 145, Salem.
FOR 1'ICIUKKS AND FRAMES. Go to
A. D. Smiths where you can find everything
in the artists line, canvas mounted and pic
turc mats made to order. Give liim a call
for he knows just what you want with prices
to suit tho times. 1 iC opera house.
l'Al'ERS. I'ortland, Sacramento, Seattle,
Tacoma nnd San Francisco panori on sale a
Miller's Postoffice block
FOR SALE. One house and two lots, sit
uatod In Wheatland. Yamhill county. All
set In good fruit. For sale at a bargain. The
property Is that known as the Wheatland
hotel. Price $150, Address, A, care Tour
nal 4 2 tf
coming on .rsowrm
The MostTravoled, Fnmous anrt ,
exhibitions of tho Uuivers
GRAND TRIPLE CIRCUS
Five Continents Represented!
I0NSIIR MENAGERIE OF RARE WILD MUUIS
Ktbioloslra! Coajrtss of Carton Cif.tlont
CQYPTIAM CAMVAIt ADD CHEAT MODERH HIPP0DB0H1
ace, Dafiy? Tuff -win1?"
a, ounts this model combination
annuals of our community. Tnere are no
IS& ti "'? t0 to a re"''o 'n sight
Kelng. Presenting so much that" is entirely
mon, in & w ,PnJeEyrics. and are unani.
mou, in puc e u head and ,ho u
i. - U ?l,4 hundreds attend Bend
Biothers show A-, .,.. ... . . ""
habit of Polni-iVrfS..- ." i?? ..m. lKe
. ".," "'' " ol 0la ie manace -
tfKL8?1 . hTe ""ded to reduH
the price of admission ro 50c.
Successor to Dr. J. M. Keene, old WMi.
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring ZZ
operations at moderate fees in any branch an
in especial request.
Meets nil mall and passenger trains Di.
gage nnd express to all parts of the cnt.
Prompt service, Telephone No. 70
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and all kinds cf work
MONEY TO LOAN
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOW
Push Rank butldinS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORD
Cartjenter,BBullder and Jobber.
481 Winter street.
tp-Hard times prices always.
211 Commercial St., SiUmOr I
ISrSults $15 upwards. Pantsl upwanJfgJ j
C. M. BppIvBY,
formerly or Clark & Eppley.Is uoa
prepared to serve the public with
everything first class in his line, at
Simpson Bros, old stand,
- THE ELECTRIC GROCERY.
RILEY BOARDING HOUSE
The popular place 347 High trel.hM
been reopened, and Is prepared tt reccirt
boarders nnd roomers at the most ressoniWe
rates. Nice suite of rooms on the pouw
floor. Sunday dinner from 1 to 2.
Rest au ran 1 ,
S, Richardson, Prop,
Two doors north Hotel Willamette. .Wm
cooking and home made pies and eak '
wave rn nnA "
ways on hand.
J. H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Makes a spMalty of fine repair
Thomas clock, etc., atS Commercial St
fiti' r"i" "rJ"
DAILY LINE TO TOiUW"""
Altona and Ramofl
DAILY. Portland, 6:45 a.m.
Salem. 7M? a. m.
Independence, 6130 a.
Quick time, regular service
M. P. BAUU u.
WOLZ MIESCKE, Rg
1 Dealan in all mnas oi " T.:.i,
aFih uusage HtT'
I 171 COMMERCIAL ST
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