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_____ GEO. ?. STIPI
1: CTiiis^ii1
| Opening of
Fine Fur;
;!<; to-day?shown in
and, qualities consii
v; prices than the avera,
>1 Fur NprLr
(7 1 vt A l l V VI v v/ wv
? in all grades, trimme
U $3.98 to $27.50.
| Neck Scarfs
}> with long tabs, trimri
8 tails?$7.50 to $2S.C0.
| Collarettes
in the most approvet
! | of furs?$5.98 to $40.0
| Fur Capes.
All lengths, electric s
< ;> astrakhan?$27.00 to 5
| Jackets.
? tiectric seal, electric
|| Persian lamb and se
'<> We invite you to con
buy now or later.
| GEO. E. STII
|| II54to 1160 M
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fcs :v vv r wWvVyrvV uVV-M^V VN
J. S. RHODES & CO.
rrKsTa "
Going 1
Out of
c
Business.,
j
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in AnA ? ' < a . . . ^
4u,uuu dollars' worm or *
desirable Dry Goods
must be sold within
the next 60 days.
Bargains I
To Cash
v
Buyers. *
G
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J. S. RHODES & CO. I
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___ PURITAN' GAS B ANDES.
PURITAN GAS RANGES.
f'?s runnoR nro supplanting coal In most
Wp-to-dBto kltchonH. At the utrlko of a
i match you ran boll or broil, bnke or fry,
roast or tcuit, hwit water for tho cntlro
I nouHe with a \
PURITAN GAS RANGE.
It will do all that airy coaJ rnnfjo can do,
r.d do n quicker ?nu cheaper. No dirt.
Occuplft* nmall spuco. Cloned oven?no
lumes from burn1n? ?*" Hake# perfeollv. I
Call and examine them. i
NESB1TT & BRO., *
1312 Market St. STATIONERY,
BOOKS, ETC,
SCHOOL BOOKS, \
Hlntcn, PoncllH, Pad if.*
lilank Hook*, Ohottp Hook*.
lJn?Kzln?-M, ]Jn?#3 itnll tioouft,
Foot HhIIh. Croquet. . j
Cumpalun (Soortu, pi
c. H. 0U1MBY, MI4 Market St. I j
I . I
3Xi & CO. j.'; .
onday, October 22.
s I
much larger quantities 5<:
dered, at much lower
ge. &
)les $
d with marten -tails?
led with large marten :>
3 styles and all grades.I;J
;eal, mink, marten and Is
200.00. K
seal trimmed with otter, si
alskin?$40.00 to $325.00.
ie and see, whether to ; i
r^T^ir <*
ttL a III.,
ain Street. ><
^WV?AAWWWAW\AAV *t*
FINANCIAL.
THE
NATIONAL
EXCHANGE BAM
OF WHEELING.
S '
apltal $200,000
urplus 65,000
DIRECTORS.
. N. Vance, John Frew,
ohn Wutcrhousc, John L. Dickey,
E.Stone, Geo. E. Sttfel,
'.II. Frank, J. M. Brown, !
Wm. Elllnghatn.
OFFICERS;
J. N. VANCE. . . . President.
JOHN FREW, . VIcc President.
LAWRENCE E. SANDS, Cashier.
WM. B. IRVINE, As.s't. Cashier.
Business entrusted to our care will reclve
prompt and careful attention.
iANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAPITA Lr-S175,000.
HLLIAM A. ISETT President
10RTIMER POLLOCK....VIca President
A. MILLER Cashier
H. McDONALD Asa'L Cashier
Drafts on England, Ireland. Franco and
ermany.
DIRECTORS.
Vllllam A. Isett, Mortimer Pollock,
. A. Miller, Itobert SlmpBon,
M. Atkinson. C. M. Frlsscll,
Julius Pollock.
[ANNIBAL FORBES President
A. JEFFERSON Cashier
SANK OF WHEELING.
CAPITAL, **.200,000, PAID IN.
WHEELING. W. VA.
DIRECTORS,
.Hen Brock. Joseph p. Paull,
l>a?: Schmidt. Henry Bleberaon,
toward Simpson, Hannibal Forbca.
A. J. Clarke.
Interest pnld on special dcpollti
liiaurai draft* on England. Ireland and
cotland. J. A. JEFFEHSON.
"y" Caihlar.
INSURANCE.
^eal Estate
Htle Insurance.
If you purchase or make a loan on real
cfltato havo the tltlo Insured by tho
Wheeling Title & Trust Co.
No. 1305 Market Street.
I. M. Rl/SSELL President
t. F. BTIKK\n Secretary
:. J. ItAWLINO Vice Prtildoni
VM. II. THACY Au't. Secretary
I. It. E. qiLCHIllBT..Examiner of Tltlci
D&flilKU! C0C*IWE"?WHISKY
H hQJbvB (hired at mr H?DAtor>
U HVIIII |tiro, In no Ituudrod*
of rffornnoM. 25 r?>?r? n tnMialtr. Hook on
lloin* Trnktinnut ?tr?t I'lir.l!. A<Mr???
U. M. WOOLLEY, M. 0., Atlnntti, On.
Jy24-tUftW^
VLL KINtlB OF PLAIN AND >'AST2
Printing. An entire new lino of mrale*
of Uall Programmes, Tlcketn and InItatlons
at all nrlcee at Ui? IntaUltfoUitf
oh Printing Office
INTEREST IN
THE CRUCIBLE
' STEEL PLANT
Was General In Wheeling and the
Surrounding To^cps, But Noth^
ing Definite Transpires.
THE LOCATION OF THE SITE
Surrounded in STyatory, and All Ef
forts to Probo Are Met With
Complete Failure.
The announcement In the Intelllgenccr
yesterday morning: that the largest
crucible manufacturing: llrm in Great
Britain, Seybold & Dlckstod, of Sheffield,
England, Intended moving their
great works to the United States, and
that a site had been optioned in the
vicinity of Wheeling, was received with
the greatest interest In this city and the
neighboring towns.
The-Intelllgcncc-r made every effort
possible both in Wheeling and In the
suroundlng towns to secure information
as to the location of the site said to
have been optioned, but no far nothing
definite has been learned, and until
something tangible transpires no great
. faith will be placed in the story.
Last night the Intelligencer was Informed
by a well known manufacturer
that Mr. W. P. Hubbard was the legal
representative of 'the firm and that he
had optioned the site, which is said to
be .on -the AVest Virginia side of the
river above the Richland coal works.
Mi\..Hubbard, however? when asked
about the matter, denied any knowledge
of the, enterprise, and said he was not
the firm's representative. Mr. John P.
Gilchrist, of the Richland coal works,
said he did not know of any options be.ing.taken
above .the city, and he was
of the opinion that there was nothing In
the qtQry>
It Is learned that three tracts of land
.have been optioned west of Bellalre, one
of forty-nine acres, another of sixtyelgh'{
acres and a third of about 120
acres, all to unknown parties. The
Bellalre broad of trade people are of the
opinion that one of these options has
been.taken In the interest of Seybold &
Dickstod, and at a meeting last night a
corqinlttee was named to go*after the
big' Industry Immediately and land it
for Bellalre. The. committee Is composed
of Messrs. James Anderson,
George W. Yost and J. J. McCormlck.
The members of the general committee
of the newly organized board of
trade of Wheeling, were seen by an Intelligencer
reporter during the afternoon,and
all were as anx lous for Infor
motion as the newspaper was, and apparently
as unable to acquire It. Mr.
Laughlln said the matter would be looked
Into without delay, and if the big
industry can be landed the board of
trade will do everything possible to
bring-about consummation.' A meeting
of the board has been called for Friday
evening, November 2, when something
definite may be known. At this meeting
the board will elect a board of directors,
adopt constitution and by-laws and
probably act on the recommendation of
the. .committee in the matter of the
board's.itcretaryshlp. The committee
Is now negotiating with several trained
men, and will recommend the beat man
available.
Until something definite Is known,
guesses are in order regarding the Seybold
&. Dlckstod site. It at once occurs
to one'that perhaps Seybold & Dlckstod
are | back of either the Unlontown,
Waynesburg & West Virginia or the
Pittsburgh, Connellsville & Wheeling
projects. . The latter company intends
acquiring large holdings of ground on
the liver front below Moundsvllle, and
the former has In view coal tipples and
a big holding of ground on the Ohio side
below Belial re.' Much mystery has figured
in the promoting of both projects,
and it would not be surprising to find
that the' English firm Is interested In
one: of the roads. Of course this Is the
merest-guessing.
DR. C. S. TERRILL DEAD.
Sad Demise of a Young Physician on
the Threshold of a Life Fullk of
Promise.
At the home of his father, C. S. Terrlll,
sr., east of Trladelphla, at 5
o'clock yesterday morning, occurred
t the death of Dr. Charles Terrill, In
the thirty-fifth year of his age. While
death came not unexpected, it Is none
the less, to be deplored.
Several months ago Dr. Terrill and
his wife went to China, where he received
the assignment to the superintendency
of a Presbyterian hospital.
They were compelled to return homo
on account of the Boxer uprising.
They reached this city a little over t\yo
weeks ago, and the doctor's health
was so bad that he had to take to his
bed. He began to sink, and despite
all medical skill the end came yesterday
morning.
Deceased was born In Ohio county,
and has a host of friends here. Shortly
n ftrtf I'Mlillli Ham n? n
ho married Miss Charlotte Hazlett,
daughter of Robert Hazlett, of the Island.
Tho funeral will take place to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock. Interment
will occur at the Stone Church cemetery.
SOUP, Lunch and Concert at McCormlck's,
Wedni-Bday night.
"WE have two Bhop-worn Uprlpht
I'lanoa which we will offer this week at
great bargains. F. AV. DAUMKR CO.
'Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairir.^.
Do not forget your winter wrnps.
Should they need cleaning or dyeing
take them to the old established Arm of
; F. Strlff & Son, whero they can bt?
made to look equal to new at a very
nnmll coat. Any kind of repairing
1 done,, such as binding, rollnlng, new
! velvet collars, and. In fact, what repairing
Is wanted on them. Don't wait un,
til cold weather Is here, but take them
now. ns they can b?? done on short no
tlce, to F. STRIFE & SON.
1149 Mantet Street,
17-20-24-27, Wheeling, W. Vo,
Announcement.
Full and complete line of Fall SultliiBH,
etc., Just recelvod, lit
JOB. WINIKHDORFFKU'8,
2263.Market Street.
LIFE'S DARKER SIDE.
A Wheeling Girl Dying iit Pittsburgh,
and Her Mother So 111 Here
That She Cannot Go to Her Wayward
Child.
Mrs. Rachel E. Adams, of 3127 Jacob
street, South Side, Is confined'.'to her
home suffering from heart trouble, and
unable to go to the assistance of her
wayward daughter," who Is lying at the
point of death at Pittsburgh; from'ar\
alleged crfmlnal operation. The details
of the sad occurrence are given In'yesterday's
Pittsburgh Times, as. follows:
A pretty but wayward-girl/ who has
been sought for three years by her only
relative, her heart-broken mother, last
night, dlptated the following; telegram
as she lay on her death bed In an Allegheny
re&ort:"Mother,
come to seo me. I am sick
and I need you." This was signed,
"Annie.'.' " .
Annie Adams, aged ' nineteen years,
was lylrig In a critical condition a.t a
late hour la8t night In a house conducted
by Mollle Wilson ijt No. 81 Robinson
street. Her eqndltlon Is due to a criminal
operation. The case'has a mysterious
aspect, which has led Detectives P.
P. "McDonagh and Leon Einstein, who
investigated it, to;believe that the girl
had been taken toHhe house'some time
ago for the purpose of having the operation
performed. .
The sufferer said'last night" that she
had not been subjected th an nnr>r*?tinn
although there is everything to. Indicate
that surgical instruments had been
used. A physician was callcd to the
house last nlght,by the Inmates. After
making an examination of the Adams
woman he pronounced'her condition
critical and ordered her removed to" the
Allegheny General Hospital. The officials
of that Institution- infused to accept
the ease unless a private room and
a special physician were provided (for
the patient.
The girl was without money and
friends." The Inmates of the resort notified
the police that the dying woman
must And other quarters. As a last resort
the little llaxen-haired girl asked
that the above telegram be sent to her
mother, Mrs. R. E. Adams, of No. 3127
Jucob street, Wheeling, W. Va. Detectives
McDonagh and Einstein ,and Lieutenant
Michael Paul notified the proprietress
ot the house that she would
be compelled to provide accommodations
for the sick woman until a more
suitable place could be obtained for her.
The detectives last night succeeded In
getting a partial confession from the
girl concerning her past life. This will
probably lead to the arrest of a young
man of Greene county to-day. Annie
Adams until last night was known only
by the name of "Perl" to the people In
the house where she has been living for
four weeks. About three years ago she
bccame Infatuated with a young man
and she deserted her mother at Wheeling.
She was deserted by her companion
two weeks after they cloned. ShA
was ashamed to return to her mother
and obtained work in the Oliver hotel at
Duquesnc, where she lived until a
month ago.
HACKED TO PIECES.
Shocking Doatli of a Thirteen-YearOld
Girl at Martin's Ferry Yesterday.
Yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock,
Bertah Porsch, a thirteen-year-old girl,
while walking along the Belmont trestle,
In Martin's Ferry, on her return
from school, was run over by a train,
being literally hacked to pieces and
meeting a horrible death.
Little Miss Dorsch as is her wont In
returning from school, started to 'walk
along the trestle of the Wheeling &
Lake Erie railroad, near the Belmont
brewery, and seeing the engine npproachlng
she started back. Had she
kept on going her life would have been
spared. She stepped off the guard rail
and the engine struck her. knocking her
in front of It and grinding the pgor
child into many pieces.;
Her father was among the first tc/
arrive on the scene. He afterwards
stated that he had often warned the
child against walking along the railroad.
The remains were picked up by
an undertaker.. Pieces as small as a
hand were found at a distance of one
hundred feet "from where the accident
occurred. The remains were taken to
Noble's undertaking- establishment,
where they were viewed . by Coroner
Beetham and afterwards prepared lor
burial.
STUDENTS of the Gregg System of
Shorthand can write sentences from
dictation in one week. One week free
at the Elliott School, 1318 Market St.
SOUP, Lunch and Concert at McCormlck's,
Wednesday night.
MY line of Overcoatings and Suitings
are always of the choicest patterns.
C. W. SEABRIGHT'S SON.
To Telephone Subscribers.
Add to your list No. 1124, Bar-Lock
Typewriter Office, 1222 Market street,
and 'phone them for one of their new
model ball-bearing typewriters?the
Columbia Bar-Lock No.,10 for.trial, and
anything you need in the typewriter
line, such as ribbons, carbon paper,
typewriting paper, desks, tables, copying
books, etc.
DON'T fail to see the Nightingale
Guitars and Mandolins at F. W.
BAUMEU CO.'S.
NO one would ever be bothered with
constipation if everyone knew how naturally
and quickly Burdock Blood Bitters
regulates the stomach and bowels.
?1. _
SPECIAL prices o;i Fall Suitings and
Overcoatings.
C. W. SEABRIGHT'S SON.
DON'T fail to see the Nightingale
Guitars and Mandolins at F, W.
BAUMEU CO.'S.
DIED.
TERUILL?At his residence, Trladelphln,
on Monday, October 22, 1900, Dr.
CHARLES 8. TERRILL, aged &
years.
Funeral from hl? lato residence on
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment
at Stono Church cemetery.
Friends of tho family arc invited to
attend. . L
- UNDERTAKING.
T r? <
jlouis oertscny,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
and ARTERIAL EMBALMER.
1117 Mntn St.?Went Sldo.
Cnlla by Telephone Amxvcred Day or
Night. Btort Telephone 635. Ilealdanc*
606. Assistant's Telephone, C9S. >
BRUEA1A1ER & HILDEBRAND,
Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs.
Corner Market and Twenty-second- Sts.
Telephone 207. Open Duy and Night.
C0012Y, BENTZ & C0~ ~~
FUNEIJAI. DIRECTORS .
AND EMBALMEl<S.
Open Day ond Nluht. {
Corner Thirty-filxth atid Jacob atreeta.
Telephones: Htore, 17-12; Ucaldcnce, 1732,
?MK>
f iiS9fpTira?^
g j||| ffr payings
I I^P. 1521 Market Sf
^QgC C<;C g06C tCi: ?C<>
THE PILOTS' TRIP.
They Report Their Observations
From Pittsburgh to Cincinnati.
Capt. Scott R. Dawson, secretary of
Harbor No. 'Jo, Masters and Pilots of
Pittsburgh, who accompanied the party
of pllotB that made a low water trip of
observation to Cincinnati; has compiled
a report of the soundings made on the
irip una iic win Henu me rei?wn iu naJor
W. H. Blxby, who has cbarce of thy
improvements of the Ohio river. The
gauge of water In inches taken at different
points when the marks at Davis
Island dam showed 1.4 feet, are ns,
follows: Horsetail. 8 inches; Lowry i
bar, 8; DufTs, 6; Mcrriman, 9; Lock
No. 3, 9; Deadman bar, 10: Lofestou'n.
10; dam at-Logatown, 10; Knox bar, 12;
Wallory, 6;' Lacoclc bar, 10; Denver
shoals, 10: Raccoon bar, 10; Montgomery,
12; Philasee, 12; Georgetown, 12:
Line Island. 12; Babbs Island, 12; Konutz
bar, 12; Baker's Island, 10; Clusters
Island, 12; Blacks Island, 14;
Brown's Island, 12; Hookers dam, 12;
foot of Brown's, 12; Wills creek bar, 12;
Steubenvllle marks. 12; Wells rlflle, 12;
Mingo Island, 12; Cox rle, 12; Mustapha/12;
Beach Bottom bar, 12; Short
creek bar, 12; Sister's Island, 10; McMahon,
12; Boggs Island, 12; Burlington
bar, 12; Wheeling Island, 10; Wheeling
creek, 12; Little Grave crnek and Big
Grave creek, 12 each; Fish creek, 12;
Kline's bar, 12; McEldowney's bar. 14:
Fishing Creek bar, 12; Paden's Island,
20; Williamson's Island, 14; Mill Creek
Island, 14: Grandvlew Island, 14; Wells
Island. 12: Collins riffle. 12? Ppftvennt
rlflle, 12; Grape and Bat Island,. 11;
Knowlands, 12; Mill Creek bar, 15; Carpenter,
12; Duck Creek bar, 14; Mnrlet- ]
ta, 16; Reppert's bar, 18; Vienna Island,
18; Calves Island, 18; Ames riffle, 18; I
foot of "Blanny," 18; Little Hocking
bar, 20; Newberry bar, 20; Mustaphsl. ]
20; Lee Creek bar, 20; Belleville Island,
20; Duetts bar, 20; Swan bar, 24; Buf- ;
flngton, 20; Sand Creek, 15; Old Town. |
20; Goslin bar. 24; Goose Island, 20;'
Letart, 20; Weavers bar, 20; Wolfs, i'0;
Secret rlflle, 20; Eight Mile, 20.
In Clerk Robertson's Office. !
Yesterday, In Clerk Robertson's ofllce,
the following were recorded:
Deed made June 26, 1809, by Susan S. I
Brltt and T. G. Brltt, to G.' F. Naber;
consideration, 5250; transfers east half
of lot 30, on Nineteenth street.
Deed made October 8, 1900, by W. M. i
Hutchinson and wife, to F. P. Jones: '
consideration, $i0; transfers a lot on
the Wheeling, West Liberty & Bethany
turnpike.
Deed made December 10, 1896, by W.
H. and Mary A. Henry to Minnie M.
SehonhalB; consideration, $200; transfers
lot No. 12 in the Jacob-Russell
"amended plat."
Deed made December. 10, 1896, by W.
H. and Mary A. Henry to Minnie M.
Sehonhals; consideration, $200; transfers
lot 11 In above described plat
Deed made June 28, 1900, by Alberta
Lotz and others" to Catherine Montgomery;
consideration, $400; transfers
lots 1, 2, 8 and 9 in Scheehle & Loin's
sub-division of quarry lots 5 and 6.
A marriage Hcepse was Issued to John
H. Jones, aged twenty-three years, of
New Castle, Pa., and Elizabeth M. Conner,
aged twenty years, of Wheeling.
DRUMS, Fifes, Bugles and Drum'
Major Batons at lowest prices at F. W.
BAITMER CO.'S. ,
GEO. R. Tj
Taffeta Sill
The old sayinp that all Taffel
not be true. Of course, there
1 cut quicker than others. Wt
Taffetas this week. Ono is
A Special
of exceptional value, for it is the
usual ninety-cent quality; has extraordinary,
finish, and we consider
I onnd vnlna +V??* ?1W??.A ??
though, our" price is
68 Cents.
Pod! Silk.
Very soft finish; satin effect on one
side, with the twin taffeta effect on
the other; very rich for skirts, trimmings,
etc.?
$1.48.
Black Dress
A more choice lino of elegant
"bo hard to find, for the assort]
the best looms of the world, j
A mong them will bo found c
a silk and wool fabric of vei
satin effect, a*
$
Perolas."
A figured offect, yet dlffer?nt
ground is solid weavo with a
ore specially adapted for cleg
Camel Hair, Thll
Cheviots, Zebali
In each thoro are soveral enu
as to prico, ao that you can so
J your liking, either in price or
Wo would Invito compariso:
?
50 PIECES LIBERTY R1
All colors and black; 4 and !
fifty cents a yard. Our price,
JeeM
SOME NEW STYLES
O OMB of tho nicest 0)
?rv * rf rvr ^ and prettiest hotncj W
RAWK In Wheollntf were 5
bought and p*ld fop y
through our liberal ?ys- <A> .
tcm of money leurtoc. <g .
Lot us explain how cbty 9
rcet. 1118 for.you 10 awn one' ?
gcccgccocccecc-cccccccccicc^ |
ALEXANDER?SHOES.
g Send your childreii J
We undertake 3
g <o' guarantee .ia. 3
| Fit and \
I Quality, j
They'll get the 5
same careful atten- J
Hon that v. e ;
pay to you.^?^<^ J
Wrm Axrm mTrm'xrri
McCONNEHY-GROCEKIES.
* ' liinrh liriiln Frnch Unopiail
ll'SU ulUUW I1WJI UilUiUWU
1/ Coffee I2c per poaiid, worth 15c. 2
* * ' ' ; *T
^ Good Laundry Soap 2c a
ifUiatv :;' ' .# '
iv : +r
Diamond Finish. Laundry
& Starch reduced to 5e a pound. 4- '
: ; ? +? "
4* Fresh Oyster Crackers 5c
a pound. *}
? : ?
4+ Fancy Sweet and Sour $.
^ Pickles, bottles of 2 dozen, %
l^f each 7c.
t Handsome presents given free
T* "with cash purchases. '
t ALEX. McCONNEHY, |
2261 Market Street f
) J-j, TELEPHONE . . . No. 210. ^
^ 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 3*
PATENTS AND TRADE-HARKS.
patentTand
TRADE-MARKS.
I Proper protection secured In all countries.
Reliable -service at moderate rates.
Advice free. Correspondence solicited.
i H. E. DUNLAP, Patent Attorney.
Rellly Building. Wheeling. W. Va.
1YL0R CO.
[So
ta Silks will split, may to and may
is that probability, but somo Silks
3 are offering- several lines of Black
Guaranteed.
This is not a usual thing with Taf*
fetas. Yot our manufacturflr o+n-n^a
> by us, and we in return guarantee
to you. Silks at b^u-aniee
$1.00, $1.15, SI.25.
tt_ ??, *
Colored Taffetas.
Almost every shade on the list, but
every shade desirable for this fall
and winter^?
85c Yard.
Fabrics.
Black Dress Goods, we tliink, would
nent is made up from wares from
ind. range in price from
50c to $5.50 Yard.
i special lino of FRUNELLE CLOTH,
y high finish; in fact, a regular
1.25, $1.45, $1.75, $2.00.
from Crepon or Jacquard, as tho
raised design in scroll effects. These .
;ant skirts?
$2.00 to $3.00.
)et,
nes.
Ic3, giving a most excellent variety
lect for skirt, suit, jacket, good, to
style.
us in this department especially.
IBBONS,
5 inches wide, the value of which is \
this lot, 20 conts.
> IN CLOTH CAPES.

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