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,( j,iry hut'u hundly g'hot.
Si neb wont a wore knrtz Runout;
j iniiiipr woo ilo Mary wore
Wore bundly noch gnilobt!
It jiry is tsu'in butclirr ;ontfit
fitr Hlitenkn un HuihU fun twit
,1,011 cm o by'in biilrbcr woro
Woro'u bundly aw iliibpi!
.11 wore for'n huntlly cor ken blotz,
nn wnse en Jailer inon;
ar dart tail wiersht wanlt feh
giuiincbt
fn hunil aw, ilon un won! .
Lrj gait 1 Mary Inline uiit finish
T'n uLtaikit camacut ouu nei;
L gait arlie.far'a bundly wore
You iloBiuobl net ilubml
rooft m loud, flesrreisbt un peift,
Se Iiickt'm in ile deicber;
0 soocbt im hoUHe f uui keller nuff
Bin uffder evversbt shpoicber.
etoocht dorrich olle ebtoop im
bouso
Fuin gruud bis in de fendit;
efinilt ca net.far'H bundly wore
Im butcher Bina warsht!
ADAMSBURG.
Loicbenwalter received his Diukey
A is now bringing in bin lumber
J props with it instead of with
l.rsea. . . .(Juaries jiarnicy men auer
iinipriTir illness of over a year,
kcdaboutW years. Furneral on Wed
sdny . . . . Kev. A. 13. Lrbiiril preach-
an able sermon in the Lutheran
I. loaf Siumlnv Ttia Kn.
i!)Io in the Lutheran church on
1 4 Saturday cveuing was largely
tended.... J. O. Dreese bought the
rner lot of Chas. O. Oeonhoo op
hite tho Reformed Church. Con-
lleration $575. Mr. D. expects to
likl this summer. . . .Laura Keller,
icher of Grammar school, is sick
..Dan Dreeso is afllicted with
re eves.... It is rumored that we
eto have a new Drug store in
Un Notices are up for Norn-
mtions for twp. oflicers. Let a
bod ticket be nominated. .. .The
tubers of the Y. P. C. E. have cir-
lated petitions asking the Legis-
tors to pass a law to close all Ho
lla and saloons on Decoration day
Sleighing parties are too num-
ous to meution them nil. . . .Look
t for the cold wave which is tom
. The Thermometer is to drop
degrees.
Hackenbura's Bill.
Senator Hackenburg, of North uui
rland county, who believes that
e Judges of the courts of this
ate hhould be relieved of tho inl
ying duty of considering and dis
cing of applications for licenses
manufacture and sell vinous,
irituous, malt and brewed liquors,
ii in his possession a bill which
oposes the establishment of a
enso court to consist of ten per
ns and to be appointed by the
vernor sixty days from the pass-
bo of tho act. Tho introduct ion of
aator Ilackenburg's measure will
contingent on tho encouragement
receives from his fellow members
the Senate.
The bill virtually requires that
e members of the proposed court
all be Republicans and five Demo
ats. Two shall be appointed for
o years, two for four, two for Bix,
f o for eight and two for ten years.
i the appointments for each of
C'Be terms both the great political
krtios shall be recognized. On the
piration of the term of any one of
ese Judges his successor shall be
pointed for ten years, so that two
the Judges shall be choson every
kond year. In tho event of any
pnny the Governor is directed
fill it by the appointment of a per
il of the same political faith to be
weeded. No member of the court
.o bus served a full term of ten
ars shall be eligible to reappoint-
nt.
Tbe bill divides the Stato into
enty-four districts, five of which
ill be in Philadelphia. The dis-
d in which Snyder county would
placed is tho lIth, corresponding
our Congressional district. Kach
tbe Judges of tho Liconso Court
ill receive $5il(K) u year in addition
the payment of theiructuul travel
' I'Xpenses.
Tbe court is required to meet in
Trisburg each year on the liist
"inlay in Jauuary, April and Oc
Vr, ut which tho President bhall
itfii tho Judges to each of the dis-
U in which licenses aro to be
ait i'd during tho threo mouths
t succeeding tho meeting ut
iih the assignments are made,
e Judges shall exercise all the
ties and powers iii relation to up.
utions for hcenso heretofore ex
itd by tho Courts of Quarter
What the merits of tho measure
p wo fail to soo unions it lies in tho
creating of 10 fat offices to that
many lawyers. Throughout the
rural districts o Pennsylvania the
judges are not ever-crowded with
work. In Snyder county the license
court continues but one day. In
the cities whero there is moio work,
there seems to bn plenty of judges.
If there ate nny advantages to be
gained by the people of Snyder
county wo fail to see it. If Senator
Hackenburg cnntxplain to the vot
ers of Snyder county the advantages
of this measure, the columns of the
Post ore nt his disposal. Wo be
lieve it to be a dangerous precedent
to hand over the liquor license grant
ing power of the cntiro stato to a
monopoly of 10 men.
There will bo live cclip vs during
1895, three of tho sun and two of the
moon. Of these only two aro visible
in this country, a total eclipse of the
moon March 10 and a total eclipse of
iho moon September 3.
For Sale. Valuable House and
lot for sale. Suitable for store or
Hotel Stand. Desirable location ad
dress, Win. P. Fetter,
Jan. 24th 4t. Kratzcrville, Pa.
Some time Hgo Mr. Simon Uotdbaum
of San Luis Hey, Ck1 wai troubled
with a lame bark and rbeuiiiiitifiii.
He lined Chamberlain's Pain Haltu
and n prompt cure was effected. He
says be has since advised many of bis
friends to try it and alt who have
don so have spoken highly of it. It
is for sale by J. V. Sampxell, I'euns
Creek, l'.
MARRIED
At Freeburg Jan. till Miss Caroline
Hekman ami Daniel M. Herbst both
of Washington township.
D1KD.
Jan. 17th at Pallas, Jennio Alda
Martin, aged 11 months and It! days
(.hash jrnoits.
Sylvester Itnweli, Ijilid Lord,
Nilnilcl Hl.'kli irt, K.irlni r,
KiniiiiiK'l lli'hli'r, I'urUMT,
llfiirv K. Iimnse. Kuriiier,
1 0. BakiT. I'Hliii.'r,
Ii.tiili'l A. Kiiliriiiiin. ('!iM'iiter.
Levi S. liiMiii'lt, 'iiri'iii r,
IteliJ. K. Ili-riiuin. K. inner,
lien. (i. lliirnlHTKi'r, Kiinni-r,
Jiu'kMin lliTUiiin, Karinur,
(tin. I. Kline, Farmer,
vvui. KirkiutrUK liimrer,
lli'iijiinilii Lose, 1'(hiht,
J. K. Miihmt, LulMirer,
Toliliw Miti'licll, Kariner,
t'lilllij. Moyer, KuriuiT.
KculK'ti l'lil II )M. Karini r,
I). K. How, Teiichcr,
J. S. iilve, LutKin-r.
I'liuM. A. Saner, Karmur,
Win. J, StUuellnit.
S. K. Sliearv, J. (-.,
II. I. swaru. Farmer,
1'eU.T SUalter.
rmiTjiKons.
Washington.
Mld.llwlt
Munrtie,
SellhsKrovi..
Ailaiiis,
Terry,
Jackson,
I'erry West.
i inon
AduiiiH.
Molina'.
lenli
.Vlildleerwk.
Adams.
WashlliKton.
MUldlivreek,
1,'nlon
.Mlddleem-k.
Centre,
Spring",
Perrjr.
List of 1'etlt Jurors drawn for the Court ol
Oyer and Terminer and Henenil Jtill drinery
and t'niirl of gtiartrr Sfwlon of I lie l'eaieol
Miyner niiiniy neiu iih reii. Term, ooluuivni
1 1 VT .Miiiiiiiiy, reiii aary i, irvx
Ainlir I'wK lietilleinuu,
AlK'ler J.n-iili A., 'IViieher,
Ariiiind Henry. Kariner,
Arnuld 11. K. Ak'i'iit.
Amli; I'hlllp, r.irmer,
llllhll I', s.
HliiKJiiiiitii W. ll.. Carpenter,
llenfer Keillieli, Kariner,
lllnciiliiiiu Jiilm K., "
Heaver .Limes L. '
lloweixix ciirilii, LnmlierinHii,
D.lillHTImin Jefl. M , Uillcher,
KriN-il A. M.. Kariner,
t'elker i luile.i.
(.lll.cit Klnaii'iel. I.iilxirer,
lieniherllmf I'lius. I,.. "
llai'kenhiir); Waliln, Kariner,
llellrlelt 1'lmre.i. Tin smltli,
llunilnel Paul, Lalinrer,
llelser I'eler, Kariner,
llerruld Simon I., i HriHutor,
llelrlck .Ii li ll. Farmer,
llolU'iisteiu 1. It, Laborer,
Kexsler Jim, '.. llar.M'r,
Kinney llaulel, LalHirer,
Keeli r, W. A., Lalmrer,
I. uck Win. II., Wiik'nii maker,
McF.ill Irvln, Miirbel culler,
I'lilllp T. Mover. LiilNirtT,
UhiisIi llaulel. Drover,
ItaiiKht Kred. Farmer,
Keuninirer J. W., Kunnor,
hand. 'ix litreal. LalHirer,
Smith ItentievlMe, Clerk,
Smith Many, Fanner,
Snook Joseph, '
Slnhlnecker, U. t). Black Smith,
Showers John S , Kariner,
Troup Jonathan,
I'lsh 11. W., Miller,
ITrlch rred, Karnifr,
tlrleh Jan. f.. I'alliler.
Walter ueo. KiirmiT,
Warner Frank,
Wrrtz James 1). Ijihurer.
Wet el Juhu I)., l'arieutr,
Willis John 11. Teacher.
Wlldt Jcoti A., Farmer.
SellliHitroVe
Heaver,
Adams.
Washington.
WiuHhliiK'ton.
lieuver,
Mlddleewk
Wushliik,'loh,
.lacks. .11,
Mlddleliurk'h.
Jackson,
S anhliik'ton
Heaver,
Adams,
I'e li li.
Wll.slllliKt.ili.
Spllnr
Mlddlecreek
l'eim.
I' nio i.
(leaver.
Monroe,
Sellusrov o,
Mlddlisnrk,
1'eeii.
S'llnsirmve.
nasulhtuu,
Spring,
Franklin.
Heaver,
MlddleluirKli,
Monroe,
Sprlnif.
Mlddlel.iirk-ii.
I'erry.
Sprlnir.
1'eIlU.
HellnRirniva.
Franklin
Sprint:,
Monroe,
Heaver.
Sellns:roe.
WashlUKton.
ELECTION NOTICE.
KIllST NATIONAL HANK.
The annual meeting of thn stock holder! or
tho First National Hank lf MldillebuivU lor the
ehs'tlon of seven dhsvtoiT forthe eiihiiimr year
win im. in-ill on ruestiay the ntunay oi Jatiutry
next bet ween thu hours of in a. in. and win.
J. N. THOMl-SON, l ai.h. r.
MUldlcburt,'h, l'a., leo, lsth, ism.
P. C. IiARTAAN,
Torisorinl Artit,
has just opened a room in W.
N . ittenniver huildi:i,
where ho is prepared to do
lirst elass work,
March 20, IM.
P 1
Civrrits ar.il Tr.iIrM ti i n'-t ,tnrl nn ! ill Ti : t
bu-inrss c rl.utrl it J!0! UXV. MIS. Niy
i liu c if i'i i in? I.m.u in .. in i-, ni'iiic r.tu-in'lM .
,ind 'i y (. t i; tu ir m' tit m ..i-,m .ire au .arjv - l
Sen 1 ni.'i.rjl, M.t u i i r i.innv.r.i) h l invruu a, t.i
tifi in-iii.ii i i i iii-ii.i' i' n in 4lv.iiit.k'tf i i' in, (
C-t; A n rtut t'i'ii i t tjiiit nr it m fn a it it
uh Htauttft t, .,..! i iy t: l.r iriwutMv i .t-
fit. at li tttu i, Juv:.!-ii . laii'i , i, , -(.'tiiifi
(u l Itilotuiuii'in Llt rm. AM ( OtlM'iJl'l"
FRAriKUN H. HOUGH
o-'j r li;-.!.!, v,-.v.:::.a ins, v.y.
A Bargain
U to get more in n transaction than
was expected or counted upon.
Everybody is interested in getting
bargains, and what is there in life
more important to feel and know
that you arc getting the most for
your money, than in the matter of
health I
MR. W.J. BROWN, of LAW
RENCEV.ILLE, Tioga Co., Ta.,
got a decided bargain when he
decided to use
0 sSrs fopimwLJ
Tho Kind that Cures
and we think you will agree with
us when you hear his story.
For to years Rheumatism had
tortured him. Arms and legs all
out of shape ; and for two years
was fed with a spoon like u baby.
To walk was simply an impossibil
ity. His flesh left him; his
weight falling from 155 to 75
pounds. It was Rheumatism to
be sure ; but it was Impurity of
the Blood all the same. As a
climax, Eczema appeared; some
of the impurities thus forcing their
way to the surface. For this he
took DANA'S, knowing its repu
tation as a blood purifier. The
Rheumatism his physician assured
him was incurable, what was the
result? Not only did the Eczema
leave him, but 44 1 can now walk
without the aid of crutches or,
cane."
800 that you got DANA'S.
$
IX
Chamhtr Suits.
Look at the 111.
Parlor Suits.
Look at tlieiu.
Side Itnards.
Look nt tlieui.
Couches, Lounges,
Patent Kockers,
Kasy Chairs.
Look ut tin 111.
50 Baby Carriages.
Look ut them.
Uahy Coaeli Kohes,
AfTRplmnH, Ltiee t'orers. all
prices. Look at tlieui. They
are dualities.
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
"Window Shades,
Laco Curtains,Curtain Poles,
Kugs of all kinds,
and everything else at the
popular furniture and carpet
store of
W. H. Felix,
Lowistown, Pa.
HAVE YOd READ
PHIADELPHIA TIMES
THIS MORNING?
TIIKTIMKS Is theiiiiwt cvteiislielv elre nhite.l
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k,u,.,.i. Ii. .l.u,ii..i r !, !.. ,...1
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leiil H . Iluliet K'lel'hhielil. alil 11 Klhiw K lei
I'.iii. "i i- . .itt,i .in, ni,,i,, in ii .itii,' .i i i
r-MleH. In the tnuulet alul li st sel.-u.' it Lull
lly iiinl Keiierul hew -.iMper.
TIIK 'IIM CS alius In li.ie II,,' l,it,',i ilreu!..
linn In il.-il miii.' II. an I I 1 1 in-, t ti.il l( s tin
MII'iiivm'iI In all I ue i'.im iiI I iIm.I a k'l'eal lllel
r . . I ll a 1 1 in-u .aKi. S.i linen ii..!e.st.f ai.i
e.lll lull 111 he iM'lit tree lo au. olio M'hilll;
Hi. ir a.l.ln
TKItMH- liiu v. ; in per aiihimi: fl.im tur fuur
i , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , MM, , , , -t " i i 1 1 i , , it. .ii. , i -m i j r
I n i'i lor ll eenlH per mi i k. m muy Ki.ii i.in,
lent Mur 1.11','e. h iii.N..iiie paes ui', col
umns. rh'iMhtlv III iim ruled. mi per mumm.
eeniH per I'epv liall.v an Siind.ij, :,.im per an
liuiii. ,'ii'.'ui per liiuiilh.
Aildie.sN till lellein t'i
Till: TIMKS,
niii..i)i:i,pui .
kihcfttcr, "N.V.V
ltulnc L nlvrllv.
uinmr .hixl.
fi... 4 wi.. '
UCoumr. Kmer any time
-aranm
'
crown Acme.
Tho best Hurtling Oil that ean bo
tuado from Petroleum.
It gives a brilliant lilit.
It will not smoko thn chimney.
Il will not char thn wirk.
It has a high firo test.
It will not explode.
It is without a comparison as a per
fection Family Safety Oil.
It is manufactured from the finest
Crude in tho most perfectly equip
ped refineries in tho world
It is tho Host.
Ask your dealer for Crown Acme.
Trade orders filled by
Yours truly, i
THE ATLANTIC EEFINING CO
Sunbury Station, Sunbury, l'a,
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Sunbury & Lowistown Division.
In effect Nov. 'J.'i, isiu
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to Sail invroT. .I.'. rrv at SalliMuroTn
J.4 .r. M.
.ti r. n
TniiiiH heave Iewlntown Junction :
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1 Minn l,eiv .iifiiry il.illy np( Na.-i,',,J :
1 :6 a. in lnr Willlania'xirt and l'aiia,iaiKua.
1 1.1 a in, l or Mi'llvloatK, Krio an l I'amiu.UlKua
U 64 a m. I'.T lx'K liuvxn.
1 -it p in, t at Hnllalonta, Kuna an.H 'anandal.
kin a.
S4 'p in. Knr Kfinnroanit Klnlrn,
ViAp ni lnr Wllliammrt.
Ntiiinay 6 l iuiii, lur Krln and t'anandalirua,
u Mnm, tur Ik'K liavrn, and u lUpm lor Wlll
linp..rt. 51'. a ni, Kur Catwma nod llNtalmn.
St'n in. 1 wi ill, and 117 im. Fr Wllkrrl.arra.
7 in a in. innnam, I M p in, 6 AO p ni, Furhha
Ule kill and Mounl t'armei.
Suinlay ion a m. f. r WilKwhtrre.
Tralna Iava SaMnnicrnva .Innnlon
vtJaiu. w.-k .l'i) arrlvlnt; t I'hlU.UIpMa J
on p. ui. firm YerK t kJ . m, ll.iltiini.re I u p
ui. Warhleatnn 4 0 p in.
I', M. wi.k .U; arrltliiK at Phils. Irlphla
1l.lt r.M. Naw Ymk 3 tl a in, Knlli mora 10.40
SV'pm. -Lil y arrlvtnu at I'hlln.lrlplila 4 30
ui, Nu York 7 a m.
'1'r 1I114 a.n ,iav6 Suohnry :
1 to am. .Lilly arriviiiK at I'hila.lrlphla li
t: a 111 li.iltim.ir.' 11 n, m. l a.huiKiun 7 4n
k in. ,Ne Ynrli 9 S3 mil.
Wf.'kib.v,ln:',6in Sun.lavi a m. iUIIt
iirrivihK "i rhil i.ti'lphhi 10 Jim m., Nsw Y'.rk
Iii: pin., Ii.iliiiui.ru a ii a in., WafhlnKtun lo
14 11111.
1 M p 111. . .'k .lay arriviiiK at Hhlliulf Iplila
Si p n . N.'W Yurkw.'.H p ui., lialtiuiura 4 4t
p. m., W.inhlnidon 7 6i p in.
Tr iln al- h'liv.i Siinliiirjr at 0 4' a. 111. an. I
6 '.6 an. I H 1; p. in. I,,r ll.irti.-liurK, rhilailrlphhi
Hint llati unuri'.
Knr nli'. mapa hr , rail on Ticket Ai'int nr
a.l.lr.'im Tln.. Wait, I'. A. W. Ii. lln J ilth Ava
I'lti.-Lurir. I'i.
.1. K. Wi Mill, Urn I l 'lAKnt
S. M. I'KIAOS I , Hea l M.iniiuer.
Notice of Application for Charter.
N'uilri' n h.'H'hv iflv.-u ili.it iinHpplli'.itiiin will
N- niinli' 111 1 li. limrrtmriif Vnns U:ini,i mi th
.mm il.iv uf .1.111 11 irv. lHv.v tu- n. V l. ki'rfi'lli'r.
W. II. i.y.iK. i.ihi. . (iilMin. K. K. A1I11111H, ana
J. K. Mi'WllllaiiiM nnili-r them t nt Awmlily en.
lltlinl -An hi'I tu priivhln fur the liunruratuii
nml reicul.it Inn ut ivrtaln ixiriKirulloiin." appruvinl
April '.D, Kl. unit the miiipli'int'iitM thereto, fur
the elnirter of un liili-nilt il .oquH-minn to heeiill
i'il Suiilmry llrulci' i i.iiipuhy. lln. charm Irr and
otijivt ut Hhlih Im th erect liiit, iiiusirih'tihs'.
ithil iiiuliitulnlhi; a hrlilire ami iippr.ui. hr there.
to over the Susipiehauiia river at or m ar sun
bury, 1'u,, un. I furthi'Ai'purtioNeMtotiHve. pmwe
aim eujny all the rtk'ht. lieneiitM, and prinl.'ifi-n
ul Mild act ef Aswiuhly uild aiippleine Mm thereto.
J. K, Mc'Wii.i.umh.
tkilicitor.
ADMINIS THATOK'S NOTICE. Let
te r s of Ailminihtriitiim I n t h e
eatata ul ll.iwar.l J, Holm lata i.l 1 niLklin tp .
Snyder ruuiity, l'a., deo'd, kavlinc been Krautcd
tu llm tiiiil, mitncil, al pernio kimwitiK thaiu
lm Indi'Med to a41.ll e.tute are rci ueatrd to
iiutka liuiiifiliikU. piiyint'iit, while thoa havlo
elaiiiK will pri-v'ut thviu duly authenllealed to
Iho uudern'it' i-d.
AI. V.Hnl.lU.
Jan. J, Ailmiuidrat m
J
AS. U. CUofsK,
ATroitXKY AT LAW.
.Mimu.KIU HII. HA.
All i,u-ineM eiitrilxte.i to liU eare
will reeeive t r i 1 1 1 t attention. Cou
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CLEARANCE SALE
AT
CENTRAL DM GOODS STORE,
Selinsgrove, Pa.,
QiGq icdtic(ioi in rXcvy dcpqi't-
mcni.
Bqiqii qll oci o Sovc.
We desire to reduce our stock in
order to make room for an early
Spring trade and have therefore
marked down the prices consider
ably, in fact some goods will go be
low cost. Give us a call.
S. WEIS.
Great Reduction Sale of
For Ninety Days !
Hie Undersigned Offer The Public Their EN
TIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE
AT THE GREATEST NACKIKICK KvKIt KNOWN IN CENTKA!, PENN
SYLVANIA. We ar uot helling out. but we ilo thU to inert u our Mileti uIkiv.- unv r
violin year. We tri v h few of tlm priee ni fnllowH :
Soft ool Cliaiulier Suitji f 14.00 Cotton Top Muttren" 2r,
Hard Wood Cluuiilier Suit l'l.OH Woven WiJ Muttre 1 7-i
Autique Oak Suit, H l'lecen 1!.0I Meil spriiij;a 1 oi
I'ltmli Parlor Suit ao.nn Orop TubleH, per ft ! i)
Wooden Chairs per net S.50 I'latforni Koekem 2.0
In utock, everything in the furniture line, iuclmlintr Mirror. Hook Cnne,
IVKki), Blde.boarda, Cupboardn, Centre TaMen, Fancy Kockem, Huuv I timr.
Feather l'illown, LouiiKex, Couehen, Doutfhtraya, Sink. Hall Unek-. Can
Seat Chain fine, medium aud cheap furniture, to nut all eluav.
I'rlcea reduced all through. Cofa rarly and aee 0114 utock before piviu
your onler, and thu liave 20 pee cen .very do...
Si
iccial Attention Ciiven to
KATHERMAN
GUNSBERGER'S
NEW STOCK Oi'
Fall & Winter Ciothiiiq
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Is well selected and includes a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
Overcoats, Pants, Xeckware, Shirts, Vnderware,
TRUNKS, SATCHELS,
Hosiery, Suspenders aud Gloves.
Prices are lower than ever.
R. GUNSBURGER,
LEADING OLOTHIKM, M1DDLKKU1UUI, PA
CHANGED HANDS!
ed by
$.h niy
V
STOVES,
Spouting, Tin and Corrugated roof
ing. Call and see my goods.
Respectfully,
. H. M. REIGLE,
T4
Tl IK-
if
Umltrtakiti Sc Emlialiuint;.
& HARTNAN, Limited,
MIF FLINUL'UGII. PA.
The TinshopI& Stove
business lately conduct-
J. H.Rhoads is in
possession. 1 am
prepared to offer Spec
ial bargains in
TINWARE.
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