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He has a Good Sized and Enthusiastic
Audionce in Centra] Hall.
THEiPOLITICflL NEWS OF THE DAY.
Meetings and Spccche* of the Past
and Put uro?The Mcitinley Vi?lm
to thin Vicinity?Senator liiHcook
10 bo Here Saturday Xij;lit?'Jthcr
I^nst nifjht Hon. V. Ji. Dollivor, of
Iowa addressed a good sized and enthusiastic
mooting at the Contral 1'epnblican
headquarters. He will leave for
Morgantown this morning, where he is
to speak to-night, and ho will speak in
West Virginia every night this week.
After that ho goes to New York stale.
.Mr. Dolliver is one of the boat orators
that have spoken, in this part of the
country this year. Ilia audience last
night was mado up of
an unusually good clans
of men. He shows the Republican
view of the tariU, the "fo'ce bill" and
:the state bank plank of the Democratic
plaiform. Often he creates a laugh, as
when he tells how the so-called unprotected
industries are safu from competition
by foreign cheap labor, llorse
shoes, for instance, ho said, can bo
made in Belgium or any foreign country
and shipped here, but when you
want your horse shod tlie work lias
to be done somewhere in the immediate
vicinity of the horse.
I/o made a fine speech, and one
which was thoroughly appreciated. Air.
Hugo I?oos called the meeting to order,
and prosented .Mr. B. F. Caldwell as
. Iioirmnn It Wild II titiLlblu HUCCeSS
throughout, though Mr. Dolliver deserved
even a greater ovation.
THIS UK; M'KlMil.V DAY.
Ai ranic?MM?ntn fur lit* DniaiU at tin* I>?muntimtloii
btnrtMil l.n?t > tic lit.
The officers of tho inarching clubs
were called to meet at the couniy com111
ittco rooms last night to perfect <Jetails
pertaining to the big McKinley day
demonstration, and a good number of
the commissioned oflicors were present.
The lirst matter taken up was the selection
of a chief marshal, chief of stall',
aides, etc., for the parade, and after discussing
the matter thoroughly the following
gentlemen were selected to till
the several positions:
Chiet .Marshal, Dr. H. B. Bagulev.
Chief of Statl, Mr. John K. List.
Commander First Division, Capt.
Commander Second Division, Mr.
Commander Third Division, .Mr. C.
Aides, Messrs. William McCormick,
Clarence'Irwin, Frank Woods, Howard
Wilkinson, Charles Bach man, William
Schwertteger, James McCann, Samuel
Iln/.iett, William Otto, William McMochen,
Charles VanKouron, Osborne
Gray, Thomas Lewis, William Turner,
John Wright, Charles Dowler and J. 12.
The staff is a brilliant one, and made
up of good, competent gentlemen, who
have had lots of experience, and an it
iics largely with them to make the affair
a success, there need be no fear that it
will not bo a grand one.
A hotter selection for chief marshal
could not havo been made. Dr. Bagulev
knows all the ins and outs of such an
affair, and is the right man in exactly
the right placo.
The division commanders are requested
to appoint their staff as early
as posuiblo, and sond in their list to the
chief marshal at once.
A committee consisting of Dr. Bazuley
and Mr. Davo Dingor waa appointed
to confer with a representative of
tint county committee anu arrange tuo
route of tho parade. Tho fact that the
lower portion of the city is badly torn
up ho tho laying of tho new rails along
tho street car lino will worry the committee
considerably in arranging the
route down there. TUoy will do the
host they can under tho circumstances,
however, and give everybody a chance
to t?eo the biggest parade of tho year.
The route will bo printed tho latter part
of this week.
MrKlnlitjr ut /KinHVlile.
Governor McKinley will speak at
Ktnavillo to-morrow evening, and from
present indications ho will have an
ovation. Tho Bridgeport McKinley
<iub has charge of the meeting, and
that is evidence enough that it will be a
success. Tho parade will bo one of the
iroat imposing over seen in Kastern
?'hio. The Republican clubs of Martin's
Kerry and Wheeling will lond their aid
to make tho display worthy ot the cause.
Tho procession will form on Bank
street, in front of theOglebay block, at
7 ;;o o'clock Wodnosday evening. It
will move from thero to Bennett street,
up jjennou t ? uehalb, iroin uetvaio 10
Howard, iroin Howard to Marion, back
11> Bennett on DeKalb to Whitely, iroin
Whitely to Lop, from Lee to Howard,
and from Howard to the National pike ;
up the pike and countermarch to Hank,
up Bank to Ohio Valley, to Sixth, to
Lincoln avonuo, and up the avenue to
.Etna and down .Ktna to the the front
door of the .Etnavillo mill, whuro the
speaking will take place.
Tli? Tariff rhuinpion* To.nljrht.
The Tariff Champions will hold a
very important meeting at the Central
Republican club hall to-nifirht, and will
receivo new members desiring to join
this hustling organization. The club
will arrange for its first turnout in the
now uniforms on McKinley day?next
Tuesday. The boys are adding lots of
new names to their roll, and will in all
probability be the strongest political
organization in the city. It has been
sugcested that the club tako in fifty old
soldiers to act as guards to their cannon,
"Little Tip," and all old soldiers
who are not members of a club should
bo at to-night's meeting of the club and
got into trim for the bin parade. This
Vt'ill Kq a nln.iaiun
Ifotintor HUcoek Cuming.
Senator Hiscock, of Now York, will
favor .the citizens of Wheeling and Ohio
county with one of his excellent
speeches on next Saturday evening.
The senator is one of tho ablest orators
in the country and the more announcement
of his cumin# will attract an immense
audience. The place of meeting
will be announced later.
Itfpnhliciin Foln Ililftlng.
There will be a Republican pole raiding
at Shorrard next Saturday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. State Senator A. R.
Campbell will make a speech, and good
music will bo present Altogether tho
event will bo a very attractive ono, and
doubtleis the attendance will be largo.
Ohio Comity Club.
An important meeting of the Ohio
County Republican club will be hold at
the Second ward market hall this evening
and overy colored voter in tho
county should "be present. Interesting
business is to be attended to.
Uiillari of Minor Mutuant In and nbont
lltw ci 17.
Oi'kka Holmb this evening?"Tho Spider
und ttio Fly."
(jOVKRXOR McKinley c0u108 to town u
week from to-duy.
Tin: tiKANO this evenjng?ORarita,
the Indian actress?.
A it kg ui. a it meeting of the City Council
will be held this evening.
Tiib miner* nt the Boi&'s ruu cohI
works most of them returned to work
The boys' strike at the Riverside tube
works is oil, and the bova have gone
back to work.
If the river keeps as low as it is, a
pontoon bridge will be thrown across it
for McKinley day.
x lib JIUIIM' ncio ;cni?iu?i utvtu.w*
that Auk Beltz had boon robbed of a
gold chain and charm at licho Point,
'i'liero was no clue to the thief.
Tiik Young Men's Ks? out Club will
meet to-night, and a full attendance of
the members is requested, as business
of the utmost importance must be
Wokk on the new Webster school
building is progressing rapidly, and it
will soon be under cover. The raftors
have about all been set, and the roof
will be on iu a few days.
Blocii Bhos. are arranging to add another
large tubular boiler in their tobncco
works. Things are booming at
the plant, and it takes ail the large
force can do to fill orders.
Ykktkrday Wilson, a young son of
Dr. Jlogo'a, found a pocket book containing^)
41, and turned it over to the
police. It proved to be the property of
Mm. David Henry, who called at headquarters
and reclaimed it.
Wiiy not have everybody decorate
next Tuosday morning early and leave
the decorations out for Columbian
day? It would be the very thing, and
would givo McKinley day visitors a
chance to see Wheeling dressed up.
Ciiai'Mnb street as far north as
Twenty-fourth is torn up preparatory
,?. ln..i.wr n( tl.? ,;.\\a Thn
people of this section are in hopes that
the ntreot will be in condition for the
McKinley and Columbian parados next
week. The work is complete up as far
north as Twenty-seventh street.
After several roquests, the C. S. Terriers
have consented to Rive a hop
which their friends may attend. Thoy
have accordingly secured the services
of Professor Killmyer and the rooms of
the Wheeling club for Friday evening.
Those who have been honorod with an
invitation are very iortunate. Asa social
club the Terriers are gradually coming
to the front.
StrniisarA In the City mid Wheeling Folk*
Frank J. Bird, of Chicago, a World's
Fair advocate, is in the city.
Mr. Charles Behlor returned yesterday
from a pleasant visit to friends in Pittsburgh.
Brig.-Gen. B. D. Spelman and Mayor
A. J. Bandy, of Parkersburg, are at the
Miss Mamie Hathawav, of the South
Side, left yesterday to spond about ten
uuva wuu reiauvcs in uaruenown, kj.
Mr. Lloyd H. llarmer and wife, of
ShinnRton.'nrc in the city taking in the
sights during the session of the Grand
Lodge Iv. of P.
Miss Jennie McGown, of tho South
Side, who has boon spending a few
days in Pittsburgh with relatives, returned
home last night.
15. F. Martin and C. F. Lucas, of
Sliinnston; Mrs. Rogers, J. F. llinde,
Jatnes Forsyth and K. S. Young, of Sistersvillo,
and F. S. liymer, of Mannington,
wore at tho Behfer yesterday.
John II. Hough and wife, of Fairmont;
C. A. Weaver and wife, of Moundsville ;
C. W. Hall and wife, of Charleston;
Mra. R P. Camden and Sprig I). Camden,
of Clarksburir, are at tho McLure.
Mr. Wilbur Downer, the well known
traveling salesman, received word yesterday
of tho serious illness of his 4vear-old
son, Lay, at his home in Terra
Alta. Mr. Downer left on tho midnight
train, accompanied by his sister,
Miss Etta, of the South Side.
M. F. Grimes and C. Wiltman and
wire, oi i\ewourg, .1. a. jteo and who.
John W. Mather and wife, and Paul
Pracer and familv, of Parkeraburjr,
Frank H. fcmith and wife, of Now Cumberland,
and F. D. Dunnineton, ol
Buekhannon, registered at tho Windsor
John A. Hutchison, of Parkorsbunr,
A. H. Osborn, of Clarksbunr, J. V.
Armstrong, of Ravens wood, J. H.
Knapp, of Philipni, (iooriro Morrow, of
Fairmont, T. W. Brown, of Pennsboro,
and W. W. Shock, of Kowlosburg, stopped
at the Stamin yesterday.
M. E. MINISTEKS
Kiioreatiixp their Waxkljr Meeting? I'lnna
for the Future.
Tho Methodist ministers of this city
met yesterday at the Fourth .Street M.
E. church and reorganized thoir regular
ministerial meetings lor tltc coming
year. Rev. A. Mick, the presiding older,
was present, and wan or course president
ex-oflicio. Rev. F. C. Riheldaffer
was elected secretary.
It was resolved to hold all day meetings
at the different churches on tho
second and fourth Thursday of each
month. The firat will be held in Thomson
M. E. church, on the Island, on
the twentieth inst.
The ministerial association will meet
at Mounds'villo October 27 and 28. Matters
pertaining to the campmeetlng and
thoEpworth league will there be discussed.
After transacting other minor business,
the meeting adjourned.
Cost of tin* Monti Hritlifff.
The Stono Bridge Commission met
last evening at the city engineer's office,
to complete its labors and make a final
report to Council this evening, where it
will bo nresented in detail. Following
uro the figures:
Total amount of I'alwO.trey run tract
with Portland cement without
t'Xtrai #UH5.514 M
Total amount of extras 12,WO 08
Advertising. inspection and engineer*
ins 8.488 91
Changing of grade at south end .... 1.1.M <Ji
Total co*t .. 1129,447 57
Paige, Carey & Co. contract with
imported cement, $109,583 50; amount
to coinpieto contract paid Hallock
Bros., $13,000 72. Over $11,000 i* duo
Paige. Carey & Co. on work done, and
remains to their credit. Thia is about
all covered by existing attachments.
Tim New I ltr lUnk.
All day yesterday tho rnsh of visitors
to inspect the new City Bank building
was kept up. Scarcely a person passed
who did not stop to admire tho stately
building of granite and the spacious
business room and convenient hall.
Few banks in thfelargest cities can boast
of as fine quarters, and visitors from
everywhere are loud in their praiso of
this elegant business building.
The handsomest Portiere Curtains
for $4 1)5 in tho city at Kmsheimeu's.
THE PYTHIAN KNIGHTS.
Blue, Yellow and Red the Reign|
ins Colors of the Town to-day,
AND THE BEAUTEOUS FLEUR DE LIS
Holds the Post of Houor over Many
!>oor\vayM.>/Tlio Visiting Knights,
%vlio Conic to Attend the Grand
Lodge, Welcomed by Everybody.
I n usually Profuse Decorations
I It ia seldom that any moating of a
grand lodjje of a secret order in Wheel|
ing- is welcomed with such a profusion
of guy decorations as makes the town
i?av in hntmrnf tha eomint?of the Grand
Lodge, knight? of Pythias, of West Virginia.
It itj a good thing for the town
to have eo strong an order meet here,
and the friendly interest shown by the
public may bo expected to draw future
meetings in greater number.
Seldom do such large numbers attend
such meetings. Yesterday the town
was gay with tiie marching of arriving
delegations and escorts. The emblematic
blue, yellow and red and typical
flour de lis" were to bo seen everywhere,
while the mystic "K. C. 13." was displayed
nt brief intervals.
All who have not already docorated
should do so this morning." It makes
the town look gay, makes the visiting
knights feel as if they wero welcome,
and encourages other similar gatherings.
The scone around the reception headquarters
at Beethoven hall was a busy
one nil day, a larire streamer thrown
across Fourteenth street designating
tho place as Keception Hall. Here the1
visitors were escorted upon their arrival
and treated to light refreshments before
being taken to their hotel. Meister's
Union Cornet band was stationed
thero throughout the day and evening,
and headed the escort to and from tlio
At five o'clock a large delegation arrived
ovor the Baltimore & Ohio and
wore escorted to the reception hall.
Tho next arrivals were Kavon^wood l>i
vision u. i\. wim humuii iiiuii, ?wo
cnrao over tho Ohio River, Grafton Division,
with thirty-two men, Ji. K.
Price commander, and Piedmont Division,
forty men, John Jarboe, commander,
which came in over the Baltimore
& Ohio on the midnight train
from the east. The latter division
brought the Gilbert military band with
This morning the early Ohio Kiver
train will bring in the Charleston, lluntineton
and Parkereburg divisions, and
delegations from intermediate points
along the road.
The Clarksburg and Fairmont lodges
will also arrive early this morning over
tho Baltimore & Ohio.
Tho Piedmont division are quartered
at tho VnnKeuren.
The programme for to-day is as follows:
At nine a. m., General reception
at K. of P. hall, 1221 Market street; addresses
of welcomo by Mayor C. W. Seabright
and Capt. 13. B. Dovener; Kosponse
by Rev. J. F. Chenowoth,
Grand Chancollor. One o'clock,
erand street parade, in which all
local and visiting lodges and divisions
will participate, moving over
tho following route?Form on Fourteenth
street and will movo down to
Markot, thence to Tenth, to Main, to
Twenty-seventh, to Chapline, to Twentiotii,
to Market, to Sixteenth, thence to
the Kim Grove depot, whore thov will
take the 2 o'clock motor for the park,
whore the day will bo spent. The
members of the uniform ranlt will como
back to the city on the 7 o'clock motor.
They will drill thon on Market street
from Sixteenth to Twelfth.
At niho o'clock p. in. the Flambeau
Club will give an exhibition drill on
Market street between Twelfth and
Sixteenth streets, which will bo one of
the features of the meeting.
The programme on Wednesday, besides
tho regular business mooting of
the lodge, will consist of tho grand prizo
drill at hnlf past two on the fair grounds,
in which moot if not all of the uniformed
rank will participate. Tho first
prize is $150, second $75, and third $50.
In the evening a grand banquet will bo
given at the reception hall, Boothoven
TliiiPacini* trill Kn ilnvntnrl t/< tho liniuli.
ing up of nil tho business before the
DIEI) FOR HIS SIBTKK.
Two Little ChilUron r'atsllj ilittvn by a
Ansiston, Ala., Oct. 10.?Two little
children of Fanner Askmoro, of Clebtirno
county, a boy and a girl, while
playing in the woods yesterday, came
to a decayed log and turned it over. By
po doing they uncovered a rattlesnake,
which, quick as a flash, buried its fangs
in the leg of the girl.
The boy sprang to defoml his sister,
snatched up a stick and attackod tho
snake. Tho first blow missed and tho
rattler bit the boy on tho foot, but tho
little fellow fought the snake determinedly
and killed it, though not until ho
had boon bitten the second time. Tho
father heard the children screaming
and hastened to find them. When ho
learned what had happened he hurried*
ly applied remedies, but it was too
late. Both little ones died in a few
A?i Aetrvii'i Hiifrld**.
Philadelphia, Oct 10.?When Actor
Gallagher woke at 10 o'clock this morning,
in the theatrical boarding house of
Thomas .Herlihy, 1002 Rare street, he
found the dead body of his wife, Ada,
on the bod beside him. She had cut her
throat during the night with a razor.
Temporary insanity, coupled with
marital incompatibility,are the supposed
causes for the deed. The suicide's
stago name was Ada Vere. She wan 26
years old, and originally came from Al
A Novrl Aniwrr,
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 10.?In a suit to recover
$L',500 from the Pittsburgh club (or services,
Burns, the base ball player, filed
a novel answer in court to-day to tile
plea of the club tbat be negligently,
cnrelessly anil improperly performed
the duties as manager, caotain and third
baseman for the club. Uurns's answer
says that he always acted with reasonable
f kill and ability in accordance with
the rules of tho club, but that he did
nat agree that he was competent to
perform tho duties.
Tar. Cosgravo Browing Co. courts an
analysis as to purity of their alo and
Why bo pestered with roaches, bed
buga, etc., when Bugine will banish
them eternally ? 2o route at all dealers.
Cosorave's Special Stout unequaled
as a nervine for weak and debilitated.
A Fine Progrnmui* to be llenderad To*
| morrow Kvening nt s?i. Joseph's
On Wednesday evening, October 12,
I an entertainment in honor of Columbus
will be given in Music hall of St
Joseph's Academv. All characters will
be in full costume and the following
tine programme will be rendered:
Extract from "Three Daj?l in the Klfe of
Columbn*" Mif? Maggie McFaUdeu
Hollanders?Min*e* G Umber. M. Zoeckler, M.
Gillian ami J. KeiUy.
Colonials?Misses N. til Hard, C. Welty, I). Weltzel,
O. San cm.
Irish?MImo*K. McAllister, A. Smith. A. Fletcher.
Scotch?Misses A. McKuddeii. M. Hiasrieh, A.
Feouy, K. l'odden.
German?Misses A.Conrod, R. Loftus, E. Lcochcr.
Swiss?Misses G. Doslev, M. McFnddcn, M. Aul,
French?Misses M. (Jans, M. Jepson, L. GundI
ling, N. Peters.
Spanish?Mioses G. Riester, J. Waterhouse. L.
Cameron, M. Fletcher.
Columbia? Miss Nellie UlacfcSong?"Coin
nt bus Brave!" ^
COl.tlMIIL'S: HIS TRIAMt AND TRIUMPH*.
Reading with Tableaux VivanH.
Reader Miss Margaret O'Kau*
'OilimbUS ...Mr. .mmi .Mcrauucii
I IMeuo. son of Columbus .Master .lobn Jejvon
| Ferdinand .. .. Mr. Tom Miller
Niibella ...Miw> Mamie Welty
Fr. Juan Perez Mr. Will Murtln
Pierre Mr. Uuh Weltzel
Pedro, the Queen's page... Mr. Adrian Wiugerter
Notary .. Mr. John Crlbbun
Knight of Santugle Mr. Jo:;eph Weltzel
fMr. K. J. McUowan
Mr. Cbn?. Cameron
MUs Clara Wiugerter
Ladies of the Miss Hunrieta Weit/cl
Spauish Court.... Miss JomI? Flading
Mi-?? Katie Bosley
Miss Nettie Konner
Mr. Harry Trusehel
Mr. J. Welty
Royal Standard Bearers Mr. it. Welty
Muster K. Black
Master L. Welty
(Mr. Bart MoFadden
Captain* Mr. Stephen Dvorszlty
(Mr. Henry Aul
(Mr. Will Gundliug
Pilots J Mr. Gn> Weltzel
[ Mr. Will Smith
Mr. <ha?. Hroekhardt
c?iirt- Mr. Tow Weltzel
ni,nr Mr. Viuceul Foo?o
/=- Mr. T. W. Weitzel
(Mr. E. Galligan
Mr T. CnvMiiMgh
Mr. J. Hinea
Mr. R. McCabe
Tableau I.?Columbus and Diego at the Monastery
Hatus of I .a Ilablda.
'tableau I J.?Columbus' First fntcrview with
Fr. Juan Perez.
Tableau ill.?Fr. Juan Perez In Private Audience
Tnbleau IV.?Columbus at the Court of Spain.
Tableau V.?l*al>ella and Her Jewels.
Tableau VI.?Columbut Departure for the Unknown
Tableau VII.?Mutiny on Deck of the Sauta
Tableau VIII.?First Sight of Land.
Tableau IX.-Columbus Taking Possession o!
the New World.
Tableau X.?Columbus' Keturu from the New
Kou burns, wealds, bruises and all
pain and soreness of tho flesh, the
grand household remedy is Dr. Thomas'
Edectric Oil. Be sure you get the
Foa cloaks and suits no to Emsheimer's.
F. W. Balmhr & Co.
Our stock of Gents' Fine Shoes is now
complete, the best fittiner Piccadilly
Blucher in tho city. L. V. Blond.
Be sure you get the genuine Bastin's
Cough and Consumption Curefor coughs
and colds. t
STEIKBICKER?Sunday morning. October 9.
I81! At 3:16 o'clock, Anna, wife of Louis
Stelubicker, in her 8fltli year.
Funeral services at rcsldunce of her husband,
No. JOOC Jacob street. oil Tuesday afternoon
nt 2o'clock. Friends of family respectfully
Invited to attend, lutermout at ML Zion
WALLACE?Saturday. October S. 18H2, at 12
o'clock p. tn.. at the residence of her husband,
No. 2627 fcofl street. Matilda, wife of
Harry P. Wallace, in her 23d year.
Funeral scrviocs at residence of her mother,
Mrs. Babotta Daub, No. 01 Fifteenth street,
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends
of family rcspoctfullv invited to attend. Interment
at Oroenwood cmnctcry.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs ie taken; it i&pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowek cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to the taste and accetitable
to the stomach, cromot in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy ana agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popukt remedy known.
Syrup of Fiea is for sale in BOo
and 11 bottles oy all leading'druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand wiU procure
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. bo not accept any
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LOUIS BE RTSCHY,
(Formerlr of Frew & BerUchyK
FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
And Arterial Embalmer.
11 IB Main Street. Ka?t Side.
("all* bv telephone nn*\vered day or night.
Store telephone, 6ar?; retldence, fiOl ap/7
1117 Main Street.
Am prepared to conduct burial* In a most satisfactory
manner: *11 modern undertaking appliances
and rtne black and white funeral cards.
Competent management guaranteed.
Coffin*. Ca*keta and a full line of burial good*.
I aim to be prompt, considerate And reliable.
Call* by telephone:
KeMdanev, At.tx. Fnrw-So, 217.
more, Thomas Lynch-Rq. -J2H
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Banouet, Piano and Stand Lamps
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AT VERY LOW PRICES.
JOHN FRIEDEL & CO.
1119 HULA-IIST STREET.
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DOT THIS DOWN FOR A FACT.
That our establishment Un modal one in every respect
That In our attractivo assortment. prompt eurvlce end fair treatment. onr customers
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deal every tlmo. Wo invite your personal inspection.
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HI_A_IMinVE &C CO., 1065 Main St.