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EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1890.
AN AWFUL DISASTER)
The Roof of a Mine Caves
at Wilkesbarre, Entombing
END OF THE FISCAL YEAR
Prominent Democrats are AI
ready Fatting In Appear
ance at Chicago.
MR. TELLER IS ALL RIGH
Wilkkssabrk, Pa, June 29. While
nicety miners were at work in tbe red
sb rein of tbe Twin abaft, at Pittstoo
at about 3 p. m., yesterday, tbe roof
eared in and it is bdlieved that all bare
perished. About forty of tbe miners
are English-speaking, while the bal
ance are foreigners. It is thought, by
counting all tbe mlsslne men, about
100 bodies will be found in tbe ruins
More than two-thirds cf tbe vlotims aro
married. Tbe aooideot occurred while
the men were engaged in propping the
roof of tbe mine, which bad been in
dangerous oonditbn for two weeks.
When the news of tbe oave in was
apread through the town, an immense
crowd gathered at tbe mouth of the
haft, and it was a heart-rending scene
to see the agony of the families of the
entombed miners, as they gathered
around wailing the names of tbe lost
loved ones. A large force of men im
mediately began- the work of resouiog
. the bodies, and it is being pushed with
all rapidity in the hope that gome of
tbe men may . yet live. The rescue
work is extremely dangerous, as there
is the constant menace of a tire-damp
explosion, which, should it occur,
would make the tragedy ' almost
Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 29. -There
are no new developments, this morn
log, at tbe Twin shaft of the. Newton
coal company, at Pittston, tbe scene
of tbe terrible accident. ' Superintend,
ent Owen, of Exeter colliery, and Su
perlntendent Thomas, who were in the
shaft all night directing tbe rescuers,
came to tbe surface, this morning,
From them it is learned that the work
of tbe rescuers toward reaching the en
tombed men, is progressing rapidly.
FitzflmmoM Would Fight Sharkey.
London, England, June 29. Bob
Fitzsimmnns, tbe pugilist, informed
tbe United Press to-day that he would
accept a challenge from Sharkey, tbe
California sailor, without delav. udoo
any terms. - ' -;
Behind the Tisscs.
London, England, June 29. A local
newspaper of immense circulation re
marks with astonishment upon the
rapidity with which electricity is be
ing Introduced as a motive power in
the large cities of America, particularly
in Chicago. Outside of its svstem of
suburban trains, London is still largely
dependent upon tbe omnibus and the
cab, having less than three miles oi
mechanically-worked tramways, while
the total street-length of tramways is
only 136 miles, all worked by horse
power. A Millennial Celebration.
Yikkna, Austria, June 29. Several
bucdred visiting Americans and Hungarian-Americans
Pittsburg, Cleveland and other cities
of the United States assembled here
to-day to arrange for their participa
tion in the millennial celebration at
Budapest. Edward Hammond, Ameri
can consul, is chairman of the local
entertainment committee... On reach
Ing BuJapest, tbey will be given a re
ception, and on July 2nd they wilt at
tend a fete at CNd Buda. On the 3rd,
they will visit the graves of Kossuth,
Desk and other martyrs of '48. The
evading of the 4th there will a baa
quet, followed by fire works.
A Printer.' Movement.
New York, June 29. A topic of
widespread interest which will come
up in connection with the annual con
vention of the national trade and labor
alliance, which met in this city, to-day,
Is tbe alleged novemeut on tbe part of
tbe-members of the "Big 6" to afhliate
with tbe alliance. Tbe object of tbe
affiliation, it is said, is to create fric
tion with tbe international typograph
ical union, through which the charter
of No. 6 will be revoked. When this
Is done, the report goes, tbe union will
withdraw from the alliance and re
main an independent, organization.
Owing to the large membership of the
Big 6" and its resultant influence,
interest attaches to the outcome of tbe
movement, on the part of printers, io
all parts of tbe country.
THB FISCAL YEAR.
It Closes To-Morrow, and the Treasurer's
Deficit is Largs. -
Wa hington, D. C, June 29. The
fiscal year comes to a close to-morrow,
end as near as can be ascertained from
the data at hand, it would seem that
the treasurer's deficit cannot be less
tfaan $25,000,000. The shortage at the
ad .".I May was $25,70,000. It would
have been S33.000.000 by tbe end of
May. txcept for tbe usual custom of
potting on the brakes to make a good
showing for Lbe whole year. By sum
marily khultiog down on payments the
nasi tea days of June last year, the
treasury department reduced the de.
fiolt from over 5G,000.000 to 42,000,
000. The net receipts for tbe eleven
months prior to June (omitting the
soostoflloe department) foot up f 29,
00,010, against $285,900,000 last year
for eleven months, an increase of f 13,
000,000. Expenses for the last eleven
months are kept $7,000,000 below tboso
oi tbe corresponding eleven months of
the preceding year, being $326,000,000
ftui S 333,000,000 re?j)ociivejr,
THB COLONELS AKB OATHBRINQ.
The Democratic Leader of lb Coming Coavn
tlon are Flocking to Chicago.
n Chicago. Ills.. June 29 Contrary
to tbe established rule on a urn ooca
sions,the generals of tbe great political
battle to be fought next week are ar
riving in advance of the rank and HI
Senator Jones, of Arkansas, came i
late last night. This morning Col
Towles. of Missouri, secretary of the
bi metallic democratic national com
mittee, opened up headquarters at the
Sherman House. Comptroller of tbe
Currency Eckels led the list of morn
ing arrivals at the Palmer Housp, being
olosely followed py lion. John r. snal
rotb, republican silver congressman
from first district of Colorado,1 who
broke his Journey west to keep an ap
pointmcnt with Senator Dubois, of
Idaho, one of the bolters of the St
Louis convention. 1 At tbe Auditorium
annex, tbe nrst signs of tbe liland
Doom beoame ev'dant with tbe arrival
of George VV. Allen, delegaie-at-large
from Missouri, who will be i lined
later in the dry by Nicholas P. Ilell
John A. Knott, J. T, Bradsbaw,. con
stituting tbe executive committee ' of
the Bland forces.
Senator Jones, ,on being asked about
tbe possible outcome of a pitched bat
tie between tbe gold standard and tbe
silver people, next week, said em
phatically: "Some gold men may
bolt, but not all. Those that leave
will not, in my judgment, be either
numerous or influential enough to
affeol tbe result. I am absolutely firm
ly of the opinion that with a straight
silver platform, with a strong candidate,
we can defeat tbe republican ticket.
As to the oandidate, myself and my
colleagues are instructed for liland,
and we will rote next week accord.
How do yon regard Senator Tel
lei P" the senator was asked by a by
I have tbe highest admiration for
bim," was the reply. . "If he should
happen to be the nominee of the con
veution, he will receive my loyal sup
And that of every true democrat,"
put in Secretary Towles.
On tor England.
Boston, Mass., June 29. Probably
the largest and most expensive eicur-
ion that has ever tailed from this
country left here to-day, on the steam:
hip "Servia," for England. The
members of the excursion comprise the
ancient and honorable artillery com
pany of Boston, who go to visit the
parent organization io London. It is
noteworthy that Ibis company will be
the first military body from a foreign
country to parade tbe streets of Lon
don, fully armed. The Pnnoe of
W ales is commander oi tne j.ngiisn
artillery" oompany, and will be oon-
picuous in tbe entertainment of the
Oct Nine Yean Each.
New York, N. Y., June 29 -i-Judge
Cowing, In tbe court of general ses
sions, tbis morning, sentenced wm.
Turner, and Wm. Robert Dunlop, to
nineyears eaob, in tbe state prison on
their plea of guilty of stealing 160,000
worth of jewelry from I. Townaend
Burden. '- - '
SYNOPSES OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS. .
Fire Insurance Companies. ,
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Hartford, Conn., New York
Surplus to policy holders..'....;,
Northern Assurance Co , Lon
don, England , U. S. branch
Surplus to policy holders. .....
Palatine Insurance Co., L'd.,
Manchester, England, U. S.
Surplus to policy holders
.. M.m sue.
... a 267,8.6.
Western Assurance Co., To-
ronto.Canada. U. S. branch
Surplus to policy holders
.. 1,129 VU.
British America Assurance
Co., Toronto, Canada. U. ti.
Surplus to policy tolders
Providence Washington In
surance., Co , frovidence,
B. t. 1
Surplus to policy holders .$ 566,400.
Robt. L. M. Boss.
East Las Vegas, N. M, Resident Agent. '
Have you examined Misj Carr's millin
ery? Look at her prices in tbe window,
Latest styles and competent trimmers.
To the. Wool Growers, Wool Dealers and
Sherp Breeders of New Mexico.
You are hereby requested to meet in
mass convention In Las Vegas on the 7th
and 8th days of July next, for tbe purpose
of organizing a Territorial1 Wool Growers'
association, to be auxiliary to the National
Wool Growers' association.
Local laws upon contagious diseases
such as foot rot, scab, etc, dxmand unity
of action, as do also interstate quarantine
and national customs legislation; tbe
present odious, unjust discrimination in
tbe tariff law against wool growers, de
mands our earnest, emphatic and united
There is do other industry in the Terri
tory of equal magnitude and importance,
one entitled to greater consideration, no
other upon which tbe interests of tbe en
tire community are more dependent, none
in which the prosperity of each individual
I so contingent upon the success of all
than in that p( sheep husbandry and wool
Every owner of sheep In be Territory,
every wonl dealer and every one directly
Interested in tbe Irdustry, is cordially in
sltf 4 to he present. Let every section of
tbe Territory he represented.
Address all cpmniunetlops to Geo.
Arnot, East nza vegas, X, temporary
Gross. Blackwii.l & Co.
Wter Fkikdman & Bro.
Bsowki & Manzanarks Co.
Hits Carr's, Sixth street, for special run
On sailors' and all trlrarns'l tat.. e her
winds for prices. ' " t"';-9t
Major McKinley Receives Officia
Notification at Canton of
"V His Nomination.
rO-UAY'S TROTTING RACES
Tbe New York Stock Market De
moralised in the Opening
A LITERARY , GATHERING
Canton, Ubio, June 29 The com
mittee consisting of one member from
each state and Territory, selected at
the St. Louis convention to convey to
Major McKinley the official notiflca
lion of bis nominatiou, arrived ' in
Canton on a special train from Cleve
'and, at 11:30 o'clock, tbis morning,
Tbe committee was met at the station
here by a reception committee and
driven la open carriages to Major
McKinley's residepoe, accompanied by
.The preparations at Major McKin
ley's were simple. Seventy-live
chairs bad been planed on lbe front
lawn under tbe trees and taoing the
house. Majjr McKinley reoeived the
members of the committee on the
veranda The streets about the bouse
were filled with men, women and
children. The crowd surged in at the
eates and pressed close upon the
Senator Thurston, of the notification
committee, made a speech to McKin
ley, formally notifying bim of bis be.
Ing nominated for candidate for the
pre9i iency.and requesting bis aooepta
lion of ma nomination tendered by a
united party in obedience to popular
demand. He referred to the McKin
ey bill, and declared that those who
demanded its repeal had reaped the
whirlwind. He sharply criticised the
democratio tariff and ended : by a
eulogy of McKinley's life and charac
ter. . .',C ' 4
Major McKinley ' responded to the
committei by dilating on his deep ap
preciation; of the honor offered him,
nd said : "Great as is the honor con-
;rred, is the equally arduous duty im
posed. In accenting one, I assume tbe
other." The remainder of his speech
was devoted to a discussion of tbe na
tional questions of protcotion, reci
procity and government credit, and he
eulogized the republican patty, saying
would restore fully tbe financial
landing of the nation, and ended up
by a . vigorous) defence of - sound
money."'' :-':-7---' .
M8l r McKinley read his speech in a
clear, far-reaching voice. He was lis
tened to intently, and he was com
pelled to halt 'several times' by reason
of loud applause and cheers.
After Mr. McKinley's speech, II. II.
Smith, of .Michigan, presented to him
the gavel used by Chairman Thurston
the St. Louis convention. At tbe
conclusion of the speeches, tbe notifica
tion committee sat down to a luncheon
served in a large tent on the rearawn.
After lunch they were driven about tne
city for an hour or two, and will leave
for Cleveland at about 5 o'clock.
- A Falling Market.
Wall Stkkkt, N. Y., June. 29
Tbere was a great rush to sell at the
penlng, and active issues dropped
anywhere from )i to 2a per cent.
Tbe pressure was most pronounced in
tbe issue of sugar, grangers and inter
nationals. Sugar fell to lllai St.
Paul to U and L VN. to 47.
Wall Sthkict, N. Y.i June 29
Tbe stock market In the first hour of
business to day was demoralized, uo
der. liberal offerings, for both ac
counts. The practical admi3sion of
defeat, by some of tbe sound money
leaders in advance of lbe meeting of
the Chicago convenlion, bad a dis
couraging effect on holders of securi
ties. - It looked at one time as if every
commission broker on tbe fl)or bad
orders to sell. Holders were pretty
well scared, and tbe room had a story
that. Boies, of Iowa, would secure the
democratio nomination, and the sound
money element 'would form a third,
party. ' Tbe break in prices ranged
from to per cent. At the decline
London bought 10,000 shares of St.
Paul and a rally followed.
The Swedish Movement
And Electric Massage.the treatments given
by me, strongly aid the minsral waters by
directing their tffect upon those parts of
the body where cure is desired. I confine
my work to these special treatments; also,
corni, bunions" and ingrown toe uails
185 ml Las Vegas Hot Springs Bath House
We have arranged to leave Kansas City
by special train over tbe Santa Ke line at
7 p m Saturday July 4th, reaching Chi
cago 8unday mornlog, at or about 0 a. m.,
where we will proceed direct to the Leland
Hotel, but a few blocks from tbe A., T. &
S. F. depot, wbere accommodations have
been reserved for tbe Kansas delegatinn.
Yon will note tbe leaving time fromKan
sas City of oar special will enable those lo
oated on other lines to reach Kansas City
before our departure.
We are especially desirous of having all
democrats and their friends arrange to join
tbM train, so as to send a solid delegation
to Chicago, which will be a credit to our
First-class Pullman sleepers, chsir cars
and dining cars will bs attached to tbe
train, insuring comfort for all who join
ft would be advisable to notify C. F.
Jone, of the Santa Ke route, as soon as
possible, what reservations are desired in
sleepers or chair cars by yourself or
If you are not located on the A., T. & S.
F. line, nee that your ticket reads viq that
line bettyeea Ksnsas city aqa Chicago.
. Yours truly,
iv. j. Black.
Ass't General Passenger Agent,
A meal of plenty, well cooked and serv
ed, at the Mew Brunswick. 106-tf
For parties, eouoerts
r.ov-Wvl Pre, ball,
Highest of all in Leaveiilujj
A Literary Oellierlng,. . t
Warsaw, lnd., June 29. Winona
park, near this city, is.tjie scene, to-,
day, , of tbe annual galheriDgjof. the
Western association of writers The
inaugural session was called, to rtler
by Professor W. II. Venable, of.CIn
cirtnati, 'president -of tbu organization,
who, to-morrow, will deliver bis annu
al address upon tbe subieot, "Tbe
Literary Outlook." Altnojt all the
prominent writers of the west have
connected themselves with this associa
tion, ' Mrs. Mary Ilartwell Catherwood
will read a paper, and other well-
known persons who will speak Include,
J. Soule Smith, Coates KinneyWar
ren;1 K. Moorehead; Jamesr' Newton
Matthews, of Indiana ; Juba . James
Piatt, Mrs. Eiiz.ibctb Cherry Haire and
John Uri L'oyd, who will give an un
published chapter from. "Klidorbpa."
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Trotting Races Inaugurated. .
Chicago, June. 29 The" trotUng
races in connection . with - tbo annu
meet of the Northwestern breeders' ss
sociation were inaugurated to-day, the
events including 2:40 olass . trotting,
class foals of isas. ana tbe Hooa
ful stake. The total amount offerer!
io stakes exceeds $34,000, in addition
to $10,000 reserved for special events:
Among the racers aro the New - York
stallion "Baron Crisp" and the phe
nomenal "lieuzeUfl," owned by Wa-
ren Hickok, of California and thought
oy manv to bo capable of - suoceediutr
toe present turf-queen MAIixV (2:03
$1.) A race between "Joe. Patchen"
and "John R. Gentry" is ' anticipated!
'Frank Agan," lbe pacer, who de
feated both "Gentry" and "PatchenV
late last year in Louisville, is entered
in tbe free for-all pace. . V . ,
Hose Co. No. i.
Tbere will be a meeting of Importance of
the members of Hose Co. No. 1, to-night.
All members are requested to le' present-
F. P. Stuhoes, Foreman.'
Rathbone Siste. . - '
There will be a call meeting of the Rath-
bone Sisters, Tuesday eveniug, June 30tb.
All members requested to be present. "
Mrs. T. J..LyO, M. K. C
Douglas Ave. ButcMf Shop.
Fresh Butteriuo, cheaper and bettor than
Creamery butter. Leaf lard, Sausage and
Fresh Meats every day. : ! ; i
A. G. SCHMIDT
And dealer In
rt b a vy . H e rri warn,
Every kind of Wbksb material on hand
Horseshoeing and repairing a
Grand and Manzanares Avenues,
Vegas. '; ' "
' IN ' ' -- -
jfie) being shown by
MRS. L.H0LLEN WAGER,
Prices are always as low as is consistent
with the work done. Ladies are invited to
call and examine.
T Dress-Making Department, ' ,
making a specialty of fine work, is in
charge of Miss Hnlon, (lata of Bulfsne,
Moore So Emory, of Kansas Utty):i an
adept in tbe art of cutting, fitting and, do
ing fine work. Tbe patronage of the ladles
is solicited. All work guaranteed. Prices
from iR.OO up. ,' j
A. T. ROGERS,
, LATB OF ROGERS BROS.
general Blaetumithiug, Wagon and
Carriage Repairing, aeotly and .
- promptly dose .' " i "
R o.lli-0 tad v 9
x Opposite Browne & Mansaoares Co.,
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
C. S. ROGERS,
LAS VEGAS, N. M. """"
Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Bridge street, west end of
' bridge.- -s i , ..
Special attention given td brand
ing irons, and general blacksmith
ing and woodwork. . AH work
promptly done and satisfaction
PKOIX ;:MEAT MARKET,
- J. S, Dillon, Prop.
Dealer In all kinds of
HAMS AND BACON,
Fisr, Game and Poultry in Season.
JOHN 'R. STILL,
. and Builder.
door west of
Power. - Latest U. G. Gov't Report
Trinidad, Colo.- .
assay er and chemist
Something new tinware warranted not
to rust, durable and economical. ; : , :
' D, Wintbrnitz, sole agent.
Hartman. Is agent for Wanamaker A
Brown and Mills & Merrill, One tailor
made clothing. Bee samples at HarttnanH
store. ... ..: tJO-tf
Wall paper and picture moulding, all
new 18 patterns, at H. G. Coors' 126tf
Tbe Lyons house is now run in Drat elast
order, and is the beat boarding house in
town for the price asked, . 156tf.
People wishing to sell or bny Improved
or unimproved real estate will do well to
see O. H. Hutchison & Co. , . 285tf
Livery and : Sale Stable.
GOOD BIOS AND LIVELY, GENTLE
. ' TEAMS. . ' '
Tents and Camoinz Outfits Furnished Free with
Team Hire. " .
' Horses boarded bv the dav or month. Will keep on hand all kinds ol
Hav. Grain and Feed.' Lowest
Rushford and Newton Wagons. ' Give us a call. . i
: 7 DOUGLAS AVKNUE, kAST LAS VEGAS, N. M.
OF LAS '
Capital Paid in
:,; ' - ':.'' i : ' OFFIOK&SS
DB. J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President,
' , FRANK SPRINGER, Vice
'! - D. T. HOSKINS, Cashlor. . , , - ( s "'
':. ' -F. B.. JANUABT,AMistantCaahler.
' l IHTEKEST ThXD OJf TlSTfll DEPOSITS LV ;'; ,
LAS VEGAS i
B3"Save yonr earnings by depositing them
they will bring you an inoome. Every dollar saved, Is two dollars made." ,
, Ho deposits reoeived of less than $1.
Interest paid on all deposits of $5 and over. ...
A large and complete line of
Plows and Points
Kept constantly on hand, together with
Garden Hose, Wire Netting,
Poultry and" Fence Wire,
STOVES AND RANGES
. . of every description. .
Your patronage is solicited at the
Old Town Hardware Store,
NEW BUILDING,. "
826 & 328 Rai
: GENEIL IYIERGHPDISE
Ranoli Suppliea o. peolo.lt jr.
Goods delivered free to all parts of the city.;. Call and' examine oar stoo ot
fore purchasing, and be convinced of oar low prices.
J- ' Complete line of Cartridges and Ammunition always on hand. -. ..rtH
A.. A. WISE, Notary Public. : Established 18S1. - f f. O. HOGSETT.
WISE & HOG3ETT, .
LOANS AND READ ESTATE,
Sixth and Douglas Avos., East Las Yegis, N. M.
Improved and Unimproved Lands and City Property for sale. Investments made and
attended to tor Noo-residents. Titles examined, Rents collected and Taxes paid.
Bargains offered of
In all our Departments
We offer our assortment of $
Brocaded Fig-ured Silks
In the uipst desirable patterns,
For 79c. Value Is $i.oo.v
Ward Block, Railroad Ave.,
Mrs. Wm. Go!n, Prop.
Tablet Served With
, tlflRYIHINff THE SEASON AFFORDS.
Cooked and) Served in the Highest Order,
Meals, 250. Board by week, f 5.
A trial will convince you rf the merits of
; THB MODEL, RESTAURANT.
CONTRACTOR and BDILDiH
Manufacturer of : " '
Sash and Doors,
Mouldings, . - . ,
, t - , Scroll Sawing, j
: ' Surfacing; and Matching
and Office Comer of Blanohard street an-1
IA3T LAS TIGA
orices guaranteed. Agents for the
r Hbbtet Gokk, Pre' T
H. W. Kbixt, Vice Prei
D. T. HosKm, Treas.
PaW "P capital, $30,000.
In the Las Vboab SAvnroi Bus, whsrs
SeiTliflL & GO.
lroad Ave nut,
The finest line of Carriages, Bnegles,
Landaus, Surreys, Phsetons and Boad
Carts Id ths Southwest, ot the best
Livery and Feed Stable.
SRIDffi STRcET, US 0t
First National Bank,
LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President k
JOHN W. ZOLLARS, Vice-President. A. B. S MflTH, Cashier.
Accounts Deceived Subject to Check.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. ..w .
'tP a. m
cast us vegas
won irni Mm
Raqch and Mining Supplies
Fence1 Wire, Nails, ,;
Picks and Shovels.
BLASTING GIANT POWDER.
Cement; Sbeep Dips,"
Steel Hay Rakes. :
a-, -rfl'afeiTiri r -t-
v " (Suooessor to
H LUMBER. SASH, '
Paints, ' Oil
". EAST LAS VEGAS,
TBLEPHONK So. 60 OooOa dellYered
BUILDINC MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS ANO STYLES
SASH, DOORS, SCREEN, ETC. ; ',c
Sp t ciai Pi i ce s to Co ntf a ct o rs an d B uil d er s ,
In Lumber Shingles, etc.
Office and Mill Corner Seventh and Jackson Streets, Bast Las Vegas.
! ; TELEPHONE 68.
Our $i oo, $2.25 and $2.50 ,
Parasols, in all Shades,
V W ith Large Rufilesj
We offer for $1.50.
j " FANCY
J SUMMER SILKS,
! FOR 23 CENTS.
and Socorro, N. M.
mr .J,2v :;.!M 'ii - " ' r?.-r
Sulphur. - Wool Sacks.
Tm Vbcb, New MIco.
The' only first-class house in the
city, t Headquarters for stockmen
In charge of Cuisine Department. Eatosj
860 per meal ; $(! per week. Tables supplied
with everything tne market attoras.
MRS. S B, DAVIS f
Booms by the day for 50c to $1.00;. by ;
mpnth, $6 to 12.. .
Coors Bros.) :
COOES, BLUS, TAffllSHES
and Soft CoaL
' - .
free In city.
cheerfully furnished to
HAEFNER & ROSSIER,
NiBT IIIE: BFEB.
Soda Bottling Works.
B. C. PITTENGER & CO.
Goods called for
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