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X CONDENSED EWS. At Lampazni. Mckico; on Tuesday, two persons were killed by lightning. Secretary Folger has called 515,000,000 r of tlio T bonds. Thomas Roach, a desperate and notorious thief, has been arrested al St. Louis. The lumbor manufacturers of Texas and Louisiana have orgauued a protective association. Tho reunion of the society of United States Military Telegraph Corps began at Chicago Wednesday. Tho board of the Presbyterian General Assembly for Aid and Education is in an-i nual convention at Chicago. "Mrs. J. S. Merrill, wife of the proprietor of tho Merrill IIouso, Luther, Mich., suicided with morphine, on account of domestic difficulties. Tho final decision of tho Secretaries of "War and tho Navy is that it is not practicable to send Another expedition to tho relief of Greeley this year. On Tuesday, ShorifF Stephens, of Jack- eon county, Ark., while pursuing horse-thieves into Dunklin county, was seriously shot while disarming thoin. Tho Secretary of tho Navy decides that there is no law under which ho can render tho desired a&sistonco to tho poor people on tho naval reservation at Pensacola. John Jarvis shot Cladius Bennoy, in Princess Anno County, Va., on Tuesday, with a shotgun, killing him instantly. The murderer escaped to a neighboring bwamp. Grand reunion of old soldiers and sail ors in commemoration of tho battle of Chickamauga is in progress at Monmouth, Illinois, several thousand people being present. Upon tho recommendation of the court martial at Annapolis, Secretary Chandler issued an order dismissing Naval Cadet James B. Tugglo, of Kentucky, from tho Naval Academy for hazing. Upon the recommendation of tho court martial at Annapolis, Secretary Chandler issued an order dismissing Naval Cadet James R. Tugglo, of Kentucky, from tho naval academy for hazing. A special from Concord, N. II., says tho Govjjfnor has decided not to sign tho SouQrorn Pacific Railroad Company and Steamboat Company bill,which passed both branches of tho Legislature. Upon recommendation of Lieutenant Powell, of tho Signal Service, the chief signal officer has instructed observers on stations to collect and forward all data obtainable relating to cyclones, etc., to bo published in tho monthly weather review. Tho Western Michigan Farmers' Club propose to leave Cli.intl Rapids on October 2, with their train fitted up with specimens of the natural product- and manufactures of that section of the State, and will go direct to Louisville to compare notes with the Expodtion there. At tho banquet given in London in honorof ex-Postmaster General .lames and ex-Mayor Grace, of New York, Mr. James, in responding to a advocated a daily mail service between London and New York. He also uiged a reduction of postage between tho two countries to one penny per half ounce. Postmaster-General Gresham li is directed that n ifioie lugistered letters xliall be delivered or money or 'ers paid to the New Orleans Nation. il Hank, the institution to which the New Oilcans Company's mail lias been deliveied s nee the order prohibiting lottery companies to use the mails. The Washington Hotel, wll known for many years as Wi Hard's Hotel, which was under the management of Joseph K. Cook until the death 01 the latter last spring, has been reopened for the ensuing beason under the direction of () G Sta- iiles, former proprietor of the Tuous.md slands House, of Alexandria Hay, N. Y The Milwaukee County Honrd of Supervisors has discovered that they have made no provision whatever for the payment of b")0,000 in bonds, due January 1, 188L issued in 1872, to aid in the construction of tho court-house. The only possibility of meeting the payment is by foregoing contemplated improvements at the court-house, whicn were to cost 30,000 jr over. Stiot In tho Court-Room. St. Paul. Ind., Sept 20. While a civil suit was being heard by a Justico of tha Peace, tho litigants, Peter Favors, a rough, and James McColo, a quarryman, quarreled, and then began firing at each other. Twelve shots wero exchanged, Favors being mortally wounded. McColo escaped and took to the woods. Pitflflcugar Ituto War. Chicago, Sopt. 20. E. A. Ford. Agent of tho Pennsylvania lines cast of Pittsburg, said ho would order another reduction of SI, making the rate $3.00 on tickets to Louisville, nnd continue tho reduction until tho Louisville, New Albany & Chicago people took their tickets out of tho hands of tho scalpers. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . General Jlarlcotx. Cincinnati, Sept. 20. Butter There was a ilrm tone for tho best tablo grades of dairy and creamery and a rood demand, but common to prime dairy was dull. Prime to choice creamery sold at 2528c, nnd fresh, bright, strictly fancy stock at 30c. Strictly lancy dairy sold at li)23o; primo to choice quoted at 1518c; packing grades at 913c, and grease butter at 5(ei) (Jo. Cheese Tho market is firm and tho demand good. Prime to choico Ohio .quoted at 8J(n)9Jo, and Now York at 11 J ,12o. Eggs Wero in good domand and strong for strictly choico fresh at 18l8jc doz. No option trading. Poultry. Iter Receipts showed a slight improvement, nnd tho market was more steady, but rates xuled about the same. Strictly fancy young chickens quoted at $2 753 00 por doz., and common to primo at$l 502 50. Strictlv choice old chickens quoted ut S3 764 00 per doz., and good to primo nt?2 503 50. Live turkeys sold at 11 12c. per pound. Young ducks sold at $2 603 00. Ornln Mnrltois. !v New Yonrc, Sent. 20. "Wheat Opened .-' SSo lower; afterward fell back Jc; trade less active; No. 1 white, nominal; 1 No. 2 rod, October, St il llJi November, 51 1361 14h December, SI 15ll 10J; Junuary, SI 18J1 183; February, SI 20J1 20J. Corn Jjc Letter, but rqthor quiet, Mi?ejjL Western, spot, o8C0c; fiuure, 59$023. Oats JJull without decided change; Western, 33 43c. Toledo, Sopt. 20. Wheat Steady and active; No. 1 white, SI Hi No. 2 white, SI 04; rejected, 77c. No.- 2 red, cash, tl 02 (Jl 051; September. SI 02; October,Sl 03J; November, $1 04j; December,. $1 07; January, ?1 09; No. 3 red, 93Jc Corn Easiercasli active, futures dull: High mixed, 53c; No. 2 cash or September, 62jc; October, 53c; November, 53Jc; January, 493c; rejected, 49Jc; No. grade, 48c. Oata Firmer and active No. 2 white, 31c; No. 2, cash or September, 29c; October, 29jc; November, 30c; December, 30c. Milwaukkb, Sent. 20. Wheat Stead ier; October, 93ic; November, Oojc. Corn Advancing; No. 2, 50c Oats Steadier; No. 2, 28c Live Stork ."Unrliots. Cincinnati, Sept. 20. Cattle Common S2 003 00; fair to medium S3 25 4 00; good to choice, butchers' grades, S4 25(a)5 00, good to choico cojvs, S4 00 4 25; good to choico heifers, $4 25 4 75: common to fair oxen, 2 503 50: f;ood to choice, SI 005 00; common to air shippers, S4 505 25; good to choico, S5 406 00; stockers and feeders, S3 75 4 50, and somo extra at S4 75, and somo light yearlings and calves, $2 603 50. Hogs Select Initchers' and heavy shippers', S5 005 25; fair to good packing, SI 504 85; fair to good light. S4 75 5 10; common. S3 004 45; culls, S3 00 3 85; stock hogs S3 50 1 50, and very dull. Sheep Common to fair at S2 50 3 25; good to choice, S3 504 00, and somo extra, S4 25; 'stock wethers, S3 00 3 75: stock ewes, S2 503 50; culls, SI 502 50. Chicago, Sept. 20. Hogs Market was steady, with fair to good light at Si 70 5 30; liiixed packing, $1 604 80; choice heavy S4 855 15. Cattle Market dull and weak; exports So 900 75; good to choico shipping, $1 95a5 G5; common to medium. $3 854 25: range dull; Americans ol 1,190 lbs, $4 GO; Colorado and Texans, 980 lbs, S4 50; half-breeds, 1,038 lbs, $4 15; Texas cows, 810 lbs, S3 G5; Texans, 905 lbs, S3 87. Sheep Inferior to fair, S2 303 00; good, SI; choice, SI 35; Texas, 52 50 3 75. New York, Sept. 2Q. Cattle Trade extremely dull generally; poor to primo native steers eoia at 9 wuio no per cwi, livo weight; extra and fancy, ?6 40 6 60; poor to choice Colorado. S4 25u3 5 05; no Texas cattle in market, J BUSINESS HOUSES. Oir Tho following aie among the leading Business Establishments of Maybvllle. Customers will lluil these houses lejlablenud occupying n commanding position lu their respective Hues. m. iumjj;ks, DEALER I.N Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. U E. Sec. St. mchaOly MAYSVILLE, KY, A G. ItUOWNINU, M. !., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olllco and residence south-east corner ol Thlid and Sutton streets. Will plve special attention to diseases peculiar to females. npllldly MAYSVILLE. A riXCM A CO., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Ihird and Sutton Streets, mcliSOIy MAYSVJLLE, KY. k II OX AN K BOOT km SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All kinds at lowest prices. No. 47, Market stree ,two doors below D. A. HlchaidMni & t'o.'s grocery. aJd&wly MAYSVILLE, KY. P A9I.UOX, 'photographer, Second btreot, next door to Dr. Martin's aplGdly MAYSVILLE.KY. n. EiKi:ndr into, Ci Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Leather And JttimiJSGS, No. 1. Second, cor. Sutton streets, mchHldly rMAYBVILLE, KY. u. nEwrrr c. riiAXKMX, D MSEDENTIST, B"Next;door to Bank of tW K.T.II. A. 891ITII, D DENTIST, Will dovoto his whole time to tho preservation of tho natural teeth. Dr. C. W. Wmdle Will take chargool all tho mechanical work, such as gold, Hllver.contlnuousgum, celluloid and rubber plates. mch3)dly rioxi:w & alii:x, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Solo agents for the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves. Roofing and guttering piomptlynud satisfactory done. Corner ol Mnikotand Third Etreuts, A. R. Glascock's old stand. npUOdlw ki:sii gi:oiigia F "Watermelons, Rest In tho world. Just iccelved at John Wheeler's Fi nit Depot, Market street. npl8 SUNK IEVIXK, F Manufactuiei of OIGABS. Proprlrtor of the celebrated brands: Hold tho Eoit, Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Rest cigars In the market. Full variety ol smokers' nitleles. Second street. ally MAYSVILLE.KY. rjl II. TltAXKl., BAKER AND OONPEOTIONER. Ico eroam parlors open for tho season. Absolutely pure caudles. Fresh biead of all kinds Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty, i'rlces low. may4dly i:okk it. iii:ihi:k, G1 :Dealor In: GROCERIES, Pineapple Hams. feast Cakes, innyMdly BECOND STREET. p EO. COX SON, Dealers In Btaplo and Fanoy JDJEZTF OOOIDS, SECOND STREET. mch311y MAYSVILLE, KY, .s. EGNEW & &LLEIT, : I W uolesalo aud retnlj dealers In I ; JPx2.'Kr&ir&9 to. In order to supply tho Increasing demands of our trade wo are continually adding to 0111 supply of Stoves and Tluwaie. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW ! having been recently purchased with a view to to tho wafts of this market. Cook Stoves of the best makes Ilea'luu stoves In uieat vailety. Mantels and Giates o every kind always on hand and sold at the LOWEST RaTES. Call and examine our now stock 8Pp4 Corner Market and Third Streets, Mnysvllle, Ky. pi s. jud, ATrOItXKY AT IiAW. Renl r.stato nuil Collocflni; Aprciiry. ComtSt., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE.KY. t KOYIiE, HUXT , , Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Ciushed Stiawberry, Electile Uluo, Egyptian etc., nnd new Trimmings to match. Second St., mch3lly MAYSVILLE.KY. O OII' KICIIEKOX, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GROCEEIES, has KEMOVED from his old Maud to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. apl3dly TAMES tfcC'AIUl, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Peed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to nt all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts. Horses bought nnd sold on Commission. St. four doors below Central Hotel. al23 T F. RYAN. i Manufacturer and dealer In hand, pocket and pencil STAMPS.RUBBER TYPE, STENCILS, Dates c. Guns, Pistols, Trunks Valises and Sewing Machines repaired. Trumpets put up bells huug, and kesmade to older, fotencfl cutting a specialty. Second,., apl.dly MAYSVILLE, KY. toiix t. Fi.i:aiixc. INSURANCE AGENCY. Reptesents the Loudon nnd Liverpool and Globe, German American, ot New York, anil Phenlx, ol Uiookiyu. Also agent ior inue Lick Water. Ofllce corner of Fiont and Sut-ton streets. apU7dly T XV. SVAKllti A' imo., JXo. 2i, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades Good Carpets at 30. . 10, 45, 50, 60, 0.5, 70, 75 and 90 cts., 61.00 an I SI 25 pei yard. iuch31dly TOMN H. I'OYMZ.JR., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. InFiires foi full value. Low rates. Losses piamptly paid No discounts No delay.. Ofilee coi nor 1 hlrd and Maiket streets. aplBdly T RI.AKEBOKOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, Jew elr etc. All work promptly and done. Second St Knst ol Maiket. apl7 TACOlt EIXX. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. lee cream and coda water. Fresh bread and cakes. Paitles and weddings luiulshed on short notice. 35 Second St.. may3dly MAYSVILLE, KY. I W. OAIiUItAlTII, ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Ucnl Eslatoiuul Collecting: Agency . Thlid htreet, near Couit house, mylOly MAYSVILLE.KY. T AXE A WORUICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable teimsnud all work satisfactory and promptly done. Ofllce on Third street, between Wall and Sutton. npllldly lyromusox a kackeey, Wholesale and Retail"- BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh281y) HAYSV1LL E, KY. VjT WAVIS, FURXISIIIXQ GOODS nnd Hats. Caps. Trunks and Valises. Tho latest fall stylesjust iccelved. .. Market St., aplCdly MAYSVILLE, KY. 1ribS LOU FOWIilXG, FASHIONABLE MILLINER. Fall Hats, Millinery Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers aud Millinery Goods generally, Entire satisfaction uuaiauteed In nil eases. Second, opposite Opera House. majMly ttks. r, n. coiiiiixs, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hate, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prlreslow. Second street, Mrs. George Buriows' old stand, apllfidly cDOVULE fc IIOI.'IOX, M Have Just recolved from the manufacturers a full lino of seasonable goods lor the fall and winter tiadu. Joans, Flannolls, Blnnkots, Hosleiy, Cloaks, Dolmans, Pnlotots nnd Call In nnd seo them and ;ot prices. Tiriss aiAriiE cahk, Second si reet, Januaiy's lllock. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Featheis, Tilmmlngs otc, of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mch31dly r, ai arsh. M ATfOUNEY AT LAW, Justice or lio Pence, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. Will advertise and sell real estate. No charges whntnvflr unless a sale Is consummated. Deeds, mortgages Ac. written nt ratos as low as any ono s. umco Liwmiy uunuiug, nuuuu street, iyriis. a. J. Williams. CARPETS Rugs, Oil Cloths and Mattings Will bo sold CHEAP for tho next thirty days, can aim sco iiiom. mchHOly JTo. 20, East Second Street. t jVTKS. M.AKCIIIrACON, (Formerly .Miss Magglo Rap,) FASHIONABLE MILLINER. has Just received a full supply of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods. Huts, lionnelx, Laces, Itlbbons,Tilmmlngs and all seasonable novelties. The ladles are Invited to call. Market street, aU31y MAYSVILLE. Itfi. JIAKY i:. THOMAS, M Dealer In Millinery and Notions, Announces that she has JiiNt received lie) 'nil stock, which will bo louml veiv attractive aud that she has also m purcd the ser vices of an accomplished trlinmei troui Cincinnati. One pilco only. 1a li. peconu si., nucuy jiAiBvii.iits, i.i. jl TOHE ILVULTOX A IJIIO., GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. r A full line of all kinds of vehicles on hand for sale, hire or exchange. Horses kept by day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Stable In the west. Prices ns owns any. Best attention to vehicles stoied. Telephone connection. No. W nnd -12 west Second St., ap!7dly MAYSVILLE, KY. JfEW FIIUI, BISSET, McCLANAHAN &'SKEA. (Successors to Cooper A Bls.set, In Stoes,HmiueH, Mnrblolzcd SI 11 11 mid mniiiifactiirerH on Hi, ft'oiipor aiu1. Mieet Iron Wnro. Special attention paid to tin rootling, gutter and spouting, Pinetlcnl plumbers, gas and steam fltteis. Wtought Iron ai d lead pipes, &a. All work attended to piomptly and warranted. 23 E. Second St.. nOdly MAYSVILLE.KY. W LJS A BAUICLEY, Nos. 57 and 50 Second nnd 10 Sutton stieets have Just teceived 0 lauo stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever to fnimers. The best tob.tcco hoes aDd tobacco arn huidware ot nil kinds. apllll pvui. n. AXiraiso, BjELj&aUft.' DE3STTIST, A'o. '2 Market St. , neat ly opp. Central Hotel, Offlce Open at all Hours. MA YS V1LLE, Ki m iyl3lv.d. r A, MEAAS, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Robes and all aitlclesre qulied by tho undertaking trade. Jider piomptly attended today or nlghu m.SOly Xo. 01, East Second Street, 8; I.OAUUllEIil'Y. No. 0, West Second Street. Monuments, Tablets and Headstones nl ways on hand. Oiders by mall will lecelv the same pujinpl attention as II deliveied It ))erson. nphidly 11. OLW IIA51, PLUMBE R, Sanitary Engineer. Gas and Dealer In plumber's goods, Pumps, Hoio, Stwer Pipes. Lead and lion Piping, Siearo and Wnter Gauges. No. 8 west Second street opposite Gelsel's grocery, aplTdly MAYSVILLE, KY. s SIJION, -Dealer In- OUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glnss. Cutlery, Notions, etc No. 45 Market Stieet, East side, between Second and Third a2U10m MAYSVILLE, KY. rr r. KIFF, BATH ROOMS and LAUNDRY. ' OPEN AT ALL HOURS. Work promptly nnd satisfactorily done. Teuns reasonable. Front street, be' ween Market nnd Sutton. npUOdly U. MATHEWS Ai CO., W. Manufacturers and Dealers In Building and Dressed Lumber, Laths, Shingles, blinds, Frames, Doors, Sash, Staves, Fencing, Tobacco Hosshcnds, &c. mcnaoiy MA YS VILLE, KY. 11UXT. Manufacturer and originator of the cole biated brands of Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap By Smoke, Three Beauties, Cordwood nnd old Slugs. Second Stieet, Maysvtlle, Ky. Ai OUT. Wo will not bo undersold by any house In Kontucky or at Clnclunatl, if wo have half 0 chance mchSldly MAYSVJLLE, KY. YXf W. LYNCH, Manufacturer of aud Dealor lu BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flno shoes a specialty Custom work made to order. Repairing neatly and promptly done at moderato charges. No. ll Market stcetf.lEast side. a4ly MAYSVILLE, KY ' TTANOIJY ALLXANMEIJ, OLO KELIABLIl LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES, Vehicles of all kinds, good stock nnd careful drivers, lloises kopt hy tho day, or week on reasonable tonus. Second St., between Market aud Limestone, EotcxTollsiLOcL 18S5. EQUITY GROCERY. G( Wi GEISELj No. 0,W. Sccoml St.,Opp,Oi)ornIIouHO, FrultsandVogotableslnBoason. Your patron aae roflpeotfuljy solicited. llldly New; Csh DRY GOODS HOUSE. 4 D. m, RUNYON takes pleasuie In nhhonnclng to tho citizens of Mnysvllle and vicinity Hint on Monday, SKPTKMiiKK 10TH, lPt3, he will open nt N.. SOhecond stieut, nest door to the Bank ol n general stock of Staple nud Fancy DRY GOODS! which have been selected in New York with great care, and will bo sold nt a small advance FOB. GASH OETLT. In soliciting the pationnge of the public he does so whh tho nssurance that every aitlcle shall be as lepiescnted. anil satisfaction guaranteed or goods exchanged. A liberal shaio of paironngo isiespecwuiij houcueu. sTdtf ercKant KCr''arJy niiposlte IJunU of MayNville, Sevoml ftiot."ffu CAI I TVI K?Q i'.UST RECEIVED. Wo are recolvlnc continually a rKaBa VV B I EmEmu9 lTesh Supply 01 Domestic nnd Imported Cnsslmeies of the Latest btyles. Wo guarantee perfect satlslactlon nnd our work first-class In overy respect nnd our PIUCES hepGd.lmo FRANK Hi ; Asks attention SuHOOL JLnd S BSTvEinhrHcini; even Bo6k used in either the public or private schools of this city nnd county. EVERYTHING NEEDED IN THE SCHOOL f.OOM. To overy (3JRL bujing BOOKS nnd SUPPLIES A Bottl of Perfumery, And to every COY buying BOOKS and MT1TLIES A HORSE SHOE MAGNET & Will be Given FRBE A FINE, NEW LINE OF H.&.l'R, TOOTH and 2KFAIL 'Comfoa, Face Povders, Puffs, Puff Poxes, Colognes, etc. IHMiaMHaMNHBHHHaiHHHfHHna Special Attention to Picture Framing. IMBMBnMMaBMBHna BSTWhen you wifih anything in tho way of BOOKS, STATIONERY, MTJSIO, PICTURE FRAMING, or any nice novelty, don't worry nbout it, but write nt onceor call on PHISTER, w'ho wHl supply you at reasonable rates. Mail orders solicited nnd satisfaction guaranteed. When in the city do not fail to call on FMNE R. PHISTER, MAYSVILLE, KY. lEXDSiTVriEIUESBIEIIl. TECAT THUS JSTJEZSCLI RIPLEY FAIR ' I Will bo hold on tho BEAUTIFUL OBOUNDS ot the association on September 25, 26, 27 and 28, i ( NEW and ISTOVET ) Large Premiums. Trotting Races Each Day. BarSond to tlio Beciotnry for Premium List. R. FULTON, President. p. .v f .v D. M. SUN70N. o9 BOOKS TJLIJLOH PHISTER to his laigo lino of : 9 L. II. W1LL1AMB, SPcietaiy. n'JKd&wlm THIS BEST PLACE TO BUY SMS, GRATES, MITELS, JIHWARE, ETC, IS AT Blattermam & Power's. OUR SPECIALTIES. LnlcHt and most improved stylea ol Cooltlnp and Hcatlnc Stoves, mndq at Wliccllnjr, W Va othot blast c,harcoal Iron.wnrrantcd not to haven Mncloouuco of bciapln thorn. These Btoven. of course, wenr tho longest. 1IOVNK FUIININHIIS'O GOODS of nil kinds and tho Bctst quality. lKiatIii:sH Ii: CKEAM has no compllcntlouH beyond the capacity of a child. Tho can seta squarely anywhere. Tho dasher la iai'TI.E .TOKKU WANIIIN Cheap nnd TCffectlvo. Best made. lDKi:N OF TUB WEST WAXUt UJIAWKR, which saves half of tho labor of draw-ins water from a well or cistern. KdKliY lilti:AHFAST'OOKIN 8T0VB, which Is admitted by all who havonsedilt to hnvonosupeilor, Call.aml seolt. Call and see us whether yon wish to buy or not, apU34ly QLATTCRJff AN & POWER.