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DAILY SENTINEL.
puw,,slj§> KVKBY MORNING (KXOKl’T MONPAT)
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CASSIDY DENNIS.
JoB, a, PR.NNIS. _ CKO. W. CAJWIPY.
• thkms "K sit,pi ltimoN:
Onscopf.'ono your by mail...*15 00
nnflfoi*v, j*ix months. bv mail. b iS
0n®c„ ,y. three month., by mini. o 00
No paper, forwarded until paid for.
SOCIETIES.
Eureka Lodge,No. 16, F.n.M.
TVf Stated Communientions of Eu :
rcka Lodge. No. lrt, F. «V A. M.v will
held in Masonic Hall, on every
Sjf Saturday on or preceding tho full
moon in each ruontb. e .
<'«ii#*l Coat-.lriications every Saturday
F,\*ning. , . . ,
Mom bar* of sister lodges, and sojourning
6rotbrrn in good standing, are cordially in
to *©d to attend. ..
JOHN GILLESPIE, W. M.
II. Johnson, Secretary. l5-j&12
3t. John's Chapter, Nc. 5, Royal Arch
Masons.
rj’IIK STATED COMMT'.VICA- **■»,«* '
1 TiONb of St. John's Chapter, No. S?i?
\ I . A. M., will ha h«ld in MA
*iONIC HALL, on the Second and
Fourth WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of oaeh
gionth. Called Communications on all other
Wednesday evenings.
All Koval Arch Mason* in good standing
an- cordially invited to attend.
D. E. DAILY, II. P.
Vf, Wkrmuth, Secretary. myl4
k. <>r e*.
pKATlUC I.OIMIK, No. 7, ft. of I*.,
Jj holds it* repuIni conventions on every
FRIDAY EVENING «*f each month,
at 7: 0 o’clock, .* ?inri*, at its Castle llall, in
odd Fellow’s llall. All sojourning mem
bers in good .standing aro cordially invited i
to attend.
W. II. DAVENPORT, C. C.
K. K. Dor or, K. oi K. and S.
] .
X. 0>w O. X5"8.
IM'KEKA 1/0DOK. \o. 22,
i'j Krerjr XliVKaDAl
EVEN 1 NO.
U'J ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
At t> o'clock r. m. All member* in cood
utaiMUiit arc cordially invited to attend.
IKuS. l.ASJ'EYKK, N. G.
Lambmct Moli.xh.u, Secretary. 10-jvJ0
J&.. 0>. IsZXh
nMlEA. <h H. tn»*n every f ret and third
1 SATl bid KVKMNG of each month,
»: 8 (.‘oclock, the corner of (.'lark and
Monro* ttroota, until further notice.
I l! US. li Al.KY, 1'reaidcnL
T, F. 1*1. Secretary. ar7
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. ML
'(’III-. UK.1I LAD .M :.;••! INUS OF I l! IS
1 Society take place on the first and third ;
n. r.d* of « ach in-iriih. in Udd l-'ellowa*
IU,l. at 7- ‘d o'clock sharp. All brethren in
f<A*tuatiiDd aro invited to attend.
Joshua tim’.ngly, w. m.
.1.(1. Iw Nfia. S» crelary. aul-tf
■- -•****,: »»jhk i
T. J. CELL’S
STAGE LiIME
-TO
TYBO AND BELMONT!
• ETAGKtf LEAVE
linri kn C %rrj l oti.lli Dhj, 7:30
O'clock A. W.
Office at Well*. Fargo St Co*# office Hood
coaches and fine stock. so^jel?
ST A <; 12 IA A j ;
BET IT E3N
AUSTIN AK3 HUKSKA.
riONNEniNti ON AND AETKK MON
Vy 1 • AV, Jl LY Si. 1874, »i
The Willowss
WITH STdNKBARGKR’jS STAGE LINE
JCoi* lielmont.
Stages leave Eureka on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday mornings, at «; o’clock.
* o Austin Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday morning, at ll o’clock.
•C Paster gers by tnis tin* t ill bo fr.rnish
ed excellent meals nr tne Willows Station,
a boro aoi|ilo time will bo riven tor dinner
on-ft way. J. A. W l LSON , Proprietor,
pflfc* st the Parker House, Eureka.
Jy2t»tf J. L. 11 iso*'Ki.KT. Agent.
El it i*:iv^\,
HA)IKL10\ and IMOCIIE
STAGE LINE.
Ullmer A Nall.liury, Proprietor*.
/AONNEfTI.VO WITH THE EUREKA
V. ' and Palisade Railroad.
I.-sves Kureka for Hamilton evory morning
»U o’clock.
hfivcs Hamilton for Pioehe ovory altornato
°»y. Sundays included.
U‘ves Hamilton for Kureka overy day.
h«»vfs Pioehe for Hamilton and Kureka
chided"1*"™111* Bay’ at * *' M” t’unBu}'s *B"
Carrying U. S. Si ail and W oils, Fargo 4 Co’s
express.
* ioo Americas horses and now Concord
eoachoa,
1 'lice at W. 1U. Vargo 4 iVs. mrlVlf
Dissolution of Copartuersliip.
I’ll K fOi’ARTNKl'.Hliip || KRUTOI OKU
£~ .6XI"tiri|t “ftWHi.n the undorsigo d in the
bu^,n,'l!', >" the town of Kureka,
hJ u "T rfT of °»>loy 4 lionediot, is
“Vi. y dir,’0.l1vt‘a- by mutual consent.
and*^“® ,flloy I? ll|one authoi i*Sd to collect
rih PtM01' ul‘,HC0?.B»‘» due the linn and
»' I 1-uj all outstanding debts against the
Hrm’ I- 0. HEX EDICT,
Kcnn.n. ", | .•I'll, ISTl'i ‘ ' l,AI
W. P, HASKELL & Co..
UNDERTAKERS.
WU<L ^KKP on HAND AN ASSORT
'* mont of
Rosewood Caskets oi Every Style,
Coffin Trimmings, Etc.
itIaTTi,*P.,¥nor‘‘•s attended to with promptness
f.,*1.1 tB0 arrangements made with care and
Van. / h.reo doovs north of Puxton .t
' Bank. Msm street Eureka. mlilS
' «■’" '
MISCELL A NRO U&
rr i i 13
EUREKA AND PALISADE
JFi. ailroadL!
HAS I3EE.VJ1
Completed to Eureka,
And tho Company is now ready to ca-ry pas
sengers and freight orer the road
With Regularity and Dispatch
Train* will run a« follow* until further
notice:
l*H9fK>iiffer Train*
1*9 ttv© Kur*»kn daily at..3:30 a. k.
Arriro ut Palisade at.7.10:00 a. m.
Making connection with
East and West Bound Trains of the
Central Pacific Railroad.
ICctu ruins.:
1)CBV9 Palisade at. 1:00 r. m.
Arrivcat Kurcka at.10:d0 r. m.
freight ml iKcoiniiioiiAtioii Train:
L«eavo KurekA daily nt... 7:00 a m.
Arrive at BMbado At. 8:50 P. M.
Le ave I’aii.-iidf* daily nt.. 7:lrj a.
Arrive at Lurch» at.. 5:50 p. m.
The Company will deliver freight to
Hamilton,
Fioche,
Tybo,
Reveille,
Belmont,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH,
By its teams, with can* and dispatch and at
the lowest rates.
nl7tf 1*. KVI.KiSi, Uonernl finp't.
EUREKA AND PALISADE
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
0 F F 1 C B
With Well*, Fargo &. Co.,
Main struct, Eureka.
THE ONLY LINE
< onm-ciiii£ with the Direct Atlan
tic t able,
For all European cities and towns, and At
Inmic and Pacific Telegraph. For all points
east and west our fncilitius for
RAPID TRANSMISSION
are the best in Iho world.
n27tf P. EVEUTS. General Sup’t.
JOHX A. i'AXTOX, AT.lv* A. CURTIS, H. MULLKR
PAXTON & CO.,
U -A. 1ST ISL IT. zn m .
EUREKA, NEVADA,
I \KAW AT SIGHT. IN SUMS TO SUIT
1 t ON
Anglo-Californian Bank.Sun Francisco
Auglo-Californian Lank.London
J. A W. Seligman k Co.Now York
D. 0. Mills A Co.Sacramento
Decker A Jewett.Marysville
White A MoCornick.Salt Lake City
Discount Com me re ini paper, Make Collec
tions, Receive Deposits in Coin or Currency
on open account, Cortihcato, or Special De
posit, and transact
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MINING STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION.
__ nihil_
S>. B. IMMIL cii CO.
15ATS lillliS.
lu tlic Old Express Rulldiux,
Main Street. Eureka.
I ytAWS AT SIGHT ON
SAN FKANOISCO,
NEW YORK:
LONDON,
And hI! principal cities in tho I'nitoJ States
und Europe.
Discount commercial paper.
Receive deposits in Coin or Currency on
open account : Certificate* or Special Deposits,
and will transact a
(•eiieml Itiintiliig Iliisho-Hs,
Long exp* rience in tho
<ollerling Ih'pnrtineiii
Cf Wells, Fargo A Co., jusDfios us in an
nouncing that we will make
rollfdloiis from Abroad a Specialty
apUtf
RUBY HILL WATER WORKS.
Capacity of Tank* 400,000 Gallons
ALL NOW FULL.
\ITATKR WILL ItK FURNISHED IN
T T Hr by llill, in any desired quantities, al
all se&soof tins yoar, at u uniform rate and
lower than can be furnished from any other
source. Water delivered twice daily to p'l
vate funiliea, miners’ cabins, saloons, etc.
l’icketa ranging from ti1;, to .50 cents a niece
B’ill be sold at tho ollico of the comnany on
Ruby llill.
W B. IIARRUB Proprietor.
T. V . l’KARSON, Sunerinter.Uont.
_my'Ai>t __
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
rpHE UN'DERSKINED WOULD RE
1 spoctfully announce that ho lias been ap
pointed agent for tho
Principal American and loreign
Fire Insurance Companies,
And is now prepar'd to take insurance in
Eureka und Ruby Hill.
Business promptly attended to.
BE.VJ. 0, LEVY.
Agency ill the ollico of W. It. llnrruh, South
Spring street, n mr Richmond furmice.
i ytttf
JOLITUW L.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOR PRESIDENT,
SAMUEL J.TiLDEN,
OF NEW YORK.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
Thomas A. Hendricks
OF INDIANA.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECIORS:
J. ClISKIE,.SloMJ
K. lU.EX.NEKIIASJiETI, .Humboldt
J. « . H KA IPUS.Wa»h»r
MEM HER OF CONGRESS,
A. C. BLLZS,
0 F 0 n M 5 B Y .1
JUDGE SUPREME COURT.
. iiir.KPATEICIE,
• OF STOREY.
DEMOCRAT’S CCUfJTY TICKET.
FOR SKYATOR—LONG TERM,
GEORGE W. CASSIDY.
FOR SKRATOR-SHORT TSRM,
GEORGE W. BAKER.
FOR ASSKMM.YMKX.
D. E. Daily, D. J. J. McLaughlin
M. G. Cavanaugh. Thog. Lasptyre.
Sheriff.E. DEWITT
County Cleik.F. II. HARMON
Treasurer.RICHARD HYLAND
Assessor.J. C. POWELL
Rocordor. BEN. C. LEVY
District Attorney.GEO. W. MERRILL
County S uiejei .W. A. EDM •
Public Adminiet’r..LAMBERT MOLINEI.L1
Supt. Public Instruction.A. E. KAY E
County ComtniVr—lsong Term.J. LEVIN
County Comis’r—ShortTerm... JOS. OBERER
Justice of the Peace.It. M. BEATTY
Constable..•.CUA8. M. PRYOR
[JOSEPH M'IN7.EL
School Trustees. | A. \V. CAMPBELL
[A. E. .TITUS •
S. FRIEDMAN,
DKALK.lt IS
FAMILY GROCERIES, CROCERY AMO
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
/'CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A CHOICE
V' Id of Family Groceries and Country
1 Tod nee.
Ladies, if you want your husbands to love
you, ko to Friedman’s lor your groceries, as
the following will show:
On! say not 1 love you, because tho molasses
Vou purchased at Friedman’s was gtlden
and clear;
Th*' syrup, the sugar, the jelly in glasses.
The cruekers, tho uiuck’rol I know wore not
dear.
But when vou catuo to tno with Friedman’s
s.naked salmon.
And showed mo his samples of Limbergor
cheese.
I felt thut his claim to bo cheap whs not gam
mon,
1 loved you, and said so, dear Jane, on my
knots. ja28tf
STATE UNIVERSITY,”
£ LUO NEVADA,
Preparatory Department.
'IMIE FIRST TERM OF THIS SCHOOL
1 will bogin September 4th. Male ami fe
male pupil prepared for college, or advanced
further nod instructed in tho collegiate
bronchos. English studies, mathematics
and the ancient and modern languages
thoroughly taught. Lesions in music by
a competent teacher. .No charge for tui
tion—music extra; also, no chargo tor room
rent. Board, fIJO per month, i ayablo in ad
vance, quarterly, l or further particulars,
address, 1>. K. SESSIONS,
■14-Sm_
r. h. iiarivso: /,
fTOFNTY CLERK, AND EX-OKFTCIO
l i Clerk of tl. - District Court of tbo Sixth
Indicia! I'l ti. 't, in and t>>r tbo l ounty ol
■-urektt, Stato of Nevada.
CONVEYANCING,
In all its branobsa, I'orrectlv •xeout.J. Ac.
iiiowlaJumcnU, Affidavits, etc., taken in any
lurt ol the town.
Officio: Front cornor room at tbo Court
10U1IO. db-liln
POLITIC \1„
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For I’lrsiilciil ol the United NditcN,
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES,
OF OHIO.
For Vice I*reatdeii(:
William A. Wheeler,
. OF NEW YORK.
- ■+.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
It. M. IIAUUKrT. Storey
tJKORUE TUXY.Oruisby
>V. lilSIIOP.S ilicons
POR JUSTICE OF TIJ E SUPP.KM E COURT:
<>. K. LEOAAKU.Humboldt
1'OR CONGRESS,
IIKMIAS tv i;t:>'.Eureka

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REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
For Senator (Lonir Term'.
CHAS. C. VMLLACE.
For Senator (Short Term',
C2XAS. a. KUBJQAE.Z).
For Assemblymen,
J. L. Smith, A. W. Atchiason,
J. Marcfcaat, Goo. Ii. MnCuHoch.
For Sheriff..JAMES SIAS
For County Clerk.A. D. HASKELL
For County Treasurer.D. 1). 1MMEL
For County Recorder.R. L. CHASE
For County Assessor.IIANK KNIGHT
For District Attorney.IV. U. DAVENPORT
For County Surveyor.U. U. CONKLIN
For Publiu Administrator.A. C. BISHOP
ForSup’tPublic Ins’t.....IlIRA.M JOHNSON
For County Com’r (Lons Term ...T. D. PAGE
Co’ntyCom’r Short Term) 1IAURY BEADLE
_
n SI KA T(HV.\S!11I’.
For Justice ofthol’oace.L. IV. CROMER
For Constable.ALEX. McK AY'
It It Eli A SCHOOL IHSTKICT.
For Trustees.
W. H.CLARK. IV. H. STOIVELL,
m. m.Johnson.
\. S. TROWBRIDGE & 10.,
-DEALERS IX
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
GROCERIES,
Mining Supplies, Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods, Etc.
TY1SO, NIC COISTY, MUIIA
nul-tf_
F. LOE WY
I ) LI i S TO INHIKJ1 Ills
j) frionds that ho na? bought
the agency of J. 11. MICHAEL (
for all tho
I'.ntlcni rs, IVrKxliculs, Jfiajiu
zincNauU I ailiion HoekN,
And is prepared to deliver thorn to hid sub
scribers at their place ot residence
lTU’.i: OF (lUKOE!
OFFICE, at 0. Young’s Gunsmith’s Shop.
Main street.
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS.
'plIJS COMPANY IS PREPARED TO
I t ..Admit money by telegraph to all
points I’D the Pacific t’oadt, and to all i rinci
pal cities and towns thir >ughout tbo United
Stale*. For term*, apply to Local A coots.
iofr-tf
Sewing Machines.
\\r V. II ASK KM. A CO. ARE NOW
H . A*ont< for the Singer and Domestic
Sowing Machines. They huvo muehines for
rent: also, n few see 1 band muehines which
will be sold Tory cli- >. Will hIso sell ma
chines on tho.instuiluient plan, if desired.
_ »e-i
I an PRIM flMi OF ALL KINDS, EX.
*» eouted with dispatch at the SENTINEL
1 printing Office.
I MI8GELLA If SO US.
WSVI. li CLARK
i
KEEPS
f
i .*■
AT THE CORNER OF
MAIN AND CLARK STREETS'
13 U II 13 Iv A ,
NEVADA.
eirACENT FOR DUPONT AND GIANT
POWDER.
WM. II. CLARK.
Enreka. April C, 1876. apStf
Sweeney’s Stables !
The Most Extensive Livery
in THE STATE !
—THR—
Fashion and the Dexter!
Tho Complete KntnbEi*3iiii<»iit*i
UNDER ONE MA XA GEM EXT !
SADDLE HORSES, BUG
n &ie% Carriages, Rock a
waya, Wagons, etc., in endless
variety!
jclcrscs Sought and Sold !
And h gonernl livery business conducted in all
of its branches.
Having obtained a permanent lease of the
Fashion Stable— W alsh's old stand—1 will in
the future run the s^Jtio in connection with
the Dexter l iver..-. Feed nr.d Sulo Stable.
Both establishments will be open for busi
nos- day and night. The finest stock and
turnouts in America always on hand. Give
men call. SWEENEY,
jlj-tf
EUREKA FOUNDRY.
It. C. ANDBBSOrj,
H aving purchased the proper
ty known a3 tbo Eureka Foundry, is
n«>rr prepared to furnish mills, furnaces, otc. !
with
Castings of All Dosrripfiou»; also.
Machine Work.
Orders from Austin, Belmont, Hair.il j
ton, and Mineral Hill solicited and tilled with
dispatch. All work leaving this foundry
(JUAKANTEED, and on the most reasonable
terms. Orders left at f ho foundry, or address
ed to L. C. ANDElhSON.
Eureka Foundry, Eureka, Novnda.
Will receive prompt attention. o'JOtf
CONRAD SCHAFER,
Corner of Duel and Bateman Sts.,
Dealer in Xt»H and Necoii(l*3Iaii(l
FURNITURE!
Mattress Manufacturer.
ALSO,
Bedding and Furniture!
l S I BUY AND SKI.B FOR CASH, AND
do my own work, loan soli cheap. Floaso
give me a call. Repairing done.
This establishment has no connection with
W. I\ Haskell i Co.
au30-lm C. SCHAFER.
NOTICE-BATHS!
t S THE WEATHER IS C.ETTINO COLD
i\ mv bath room* in thQ future will bo
supplied with STOVES for the comfort of my
patrons.
Our Mineral Baths
Are the best in the State for Rheumatics:
our COUCH TONIC and PILES SALVE will
cure all; every calculable.
Remember the place, the Old Silver Brick
building. North Main street, adjoining
Thucherb-. spft-lm T. DEITER.
LIVERY, FEED
AND
Sale Stable.
c. c. carfkntkr. h. bitjuor.
BISHOP U CARPENTER.
^OlTll MAIN STREET. NEARLY OPPO
O site the Turner House, Eureka. Wo have
recently pit rebus.d a number ot elegant turn
outs aiula lot ot l.uo saddle-horse? >nd ure
t*rvi a red to furnish CA KRIAOES, lit GU LES
und SADDLE-HOUSED at reasonable rutes.
11 rsos boarded by the day, week, or month.
Hay til Hurley tor sale.
B fidr-dealing, good stock, and strict at
tenti n to business, we hope to secure a fair
*hnro ol i>atronago. ap7tf
JACOB B. LANGSTROFF,
Merchant T a i i o r,
Next door to International Hotel, Main street.
Ha* a Fine Slock of
i Imported French Broadcloths,
Doeskins, Cassimcres,
Vestings. Eto.,
Oll'.KOT FKOM NK'VYOHK.ON HAND.
Ho will , urm-ii a line suit or clothes, and
i exact lit uuarautoed lot- loss cash than any
I tailor in this its to, and eun 1 lanuiseo not ox
I eluded.
I apl-tf
Mine ELLA XEO US.
Eureka Drug Store!
Next to »>. R. Imtnel
A ('«'» Jtieuk.
Vi'Uoroean be found
DEUG3, MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes,
Varnishes, Etc.
Careful attention given to the- prepara
tion oi *
rinsici.Lvs’ mist kiptions.
P. STELER,
WATCHMAKER
—AND
JEWELER
Importer and Dealer
-IN
Fine American, English and Swiss
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
American watches, e. Howard a
Co., American W a toll Company, Wnl
tham, National Watch Company, Elgin and
Springfield Watch Company. All of these
watches ho ha* on hand, and of all grades
and prices. Also a largo and well assorted
stock of
Fine Gold Chains, Jewelry, Silver*
ware and Clocks.
Which he < flare to faH lit TWENTY-FIVE
PEK CENT. Ll->8 than any other house.
Please call at his store, one door csath of S.
Ashim it Pro., and examine his now stock of
goods before purchasing elsewhere. Bis
motto is quick sales and small profits.
A good assortment of pebbio spectacles con
stant iy on hand.
All of the above he guarantees to bo of tha
BEST QUALITY, ond warranted as repre
sented.
N. B.—Special attention pa* 1 to watch
work. Watches repaired and cleaned aftd
warranted for one your. New jewelry made
to order, and jewelry neatly repaired.
All orders from the country promptly at*
tended to. P. STELE1L
Eurek, Jtrly 4, 1876. jyotf
J. STRAUS’
MAIN JEWELRY STORE
9
(Opposite J. A. Paxton & Go’s Bank)
EUREKA!
OTIUIS HAS l(AM) A
O i
NEW SVPPLY OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Call and see him, for he has every!hinn in tht
lino: in fact ho import largely
watches of the bo*-t grades,
i
A2VEEri.7.CA2tf,
EK'ailSH and
SWISS.
lie will soil every article at a GREATER
REDUCTION than any other mun in Eureka.
Christmas and 5V adding Presents of the
RICHEST GOLD AND SILVER,
All watch work done bv himself and WAR
RANTED EOK ONE YEAR. oll-tf
EUREKA AND CALIFORNIA
L l M 15 E It C 0 51 P A X Y .
South Main Street, Eureka.
Nevada and California
LUMBER.
OF ALL KINDS.
Redwood, Oregon and Sugar Pine
MINING TIMBERS
Building Lumber!
A complete assortment of
Clear & Dressed Lumber, Flooring,
Siding, Rustic and other
STYLES OF SIDING, MOULDING,
Lath, Shingles, Doors,
Sash and Blinds, etc., always on
Hand.
EVERYTHING AT THE LOWEST CASH
RATES.
d7tf E. * C. I.. CO.
HIRAM JOHNSON 7
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
C* 111 OCEBIES
^_
Provisions
Butter and Eggs a Specialty.
Cliifuttu ClaiiiM and iireuktn.t lku‘i)n,
augur cured, alwava unhand.
j*rrThree door? north of Clark afreet, on
Main street. apltf
JOH* 8HKOL’Ki:. Iili.it nc’l'RCM.
SHROUFE & McCRUM,
Successor? tu J. il. Goeivey A Co..
j Importers of Liquors,
FINE
KENTUCKY WHISKIES, Etc.
<09 anti 411 K rout St.,
San Francisco, : : : California.
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