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All Things Musical
STELLE & SEELEY
134 Wyoming Ave.
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W Kit Kit.
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til II Kit MAUI '
Al l. Mm r
See the Shaw Piano from
the World's Fair in our
II Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
AOTFACTCBED AN P FOB SALE TO
THE TRADE Bt
The Weston Mill Co,
mm OF COUNTERFEITS !
rye efwimme pppu'.tn
HAVE Thg IMITUI.S
G.. B. Se Co.,
fmprtn'i i Fs"h Ulnar
Barney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
HOI K -tjl,
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAH. NOSE AND THRO At
CfFKS 300R3 : Ufflttt&t
35 WYOMING AVE.
Pay v,,or as bllla today and save the
William E. Ah. of LehistlitOD, was ia
Hra. Adam Pooler, of New York street,
is Serb. 01 JT ill with heart riiseaae.
K. L Botipt, uf Wilkes-iiarre, was en
gaged on bnxlnna hen yesterday.
(r. J, W. fiuerns.iy and daughter,
Berth SBd i!av, are Vhitiag at New
Rt-v. T. . Edward. D. D., of Kingston,
wnl lecture rn "A Trip to the Golden
Qate," at ihe Primitive .Methodist, Avoca,
Rev. Dr, J. H. Harris, president of Buck
nvll university at wisbur?, will occupy
the pnlpir. of the Penn Avenue Baptist
en arch sen Bandar,
E A Barnard nn,l William Mason,
Bingbamtoo; Georgia w. Hnrltrart, Pitts-
tOOJ E. E Hookr, jr., Ifooot Poeonoj H.
P. Cooper, Putiaville, nro at the West
nmiMter. Mws Helen McDonalil, superintendent
of the Lackawanna hospital, h none to
NOVa hootia on a month's vacatioi,. Her
POeUlot Mbeiiiz assumed by Miss Heckler,
or Wlllutmrpt rr. a graduate from Belle
vue feotpiw, New York city.
AMONG THF. BUI.DERS.
Work on the building of the Eureka
Laundry co-npa-iy on Washington ave,.
uue is piogiessing rapidly.
The roof hxs been pnt on the new fida
ware and Hudson depot, which practically
completes the budding so far as the ojc
terior U concerned.
Nothing but the foundation remains of
the late residence ot iJr. (iates on Wash
ington avenue. An imposing business
structure, will, in the near future, take'its
The stone foundation of the new Hotel
-Jermyn is being laid at the Wyoming ave
nneand Borneo street corner. Considera
ble exenvntintr reinslns yet to tie done, hut
the Heed building will first have to be
Very nearly all of the exterior work on
new No. 19 school has been done. The
structure presents a fine appearance arclii
tec tu rally. The building is of frame work
with a brick veneering. The timbers Id it
are unusually heavy and are joined and
batted together to prevent serious injury
to the building in case of a mine cave.
It is feared that the recent Are at the
Arcade has weakened the south wall of
Westminster and John Jermyn, thn owner
of ti e building, has decided to have It
taken down and rebuilt to prevent, possi
ble accident. To insure safety while the
wall is being taken down it has been
strongly braced with heavy timber. With
in the hotel temporary walls of wood have
been built, so that the patrons of the
house will not be incoiiveiilenced by the
taking down and rebuilding ol the wall. A
great ninny brick will Imve t.. be removed
nd relayed and it is prohibit that at least
a month's time will be consumed by the
WALTON. In Scranton, April 10, 1S94,
Michael Walton, aired 71 years Funeral
on Saturday morning at 9 80, with lie
qnlem MasB, at St. Patrick's church,
lutcrinont at Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. SMITH. John H. Smith, at his late resi
dence, 1371 Penn avenue, age OS years.
Funeral at 11 o'clock Saturday morning.
Interment at New Mllford, Pa.
Fink watches ondjowelry at Keichert's
800 Lscka. ave.
Muslo Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tunes. UautHchi & Sous., manufacturers,
K18O Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchustrial organs, only 5 and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tuuea.
s or WEST SI
Pictuasqud Eotertalnient at Washburn
Street PmbyteriU Cluircli.
TWO EVENING PARTIES HELD
Given at the Homes ot Miss Gertrude
Beavers, of Lafayette Street, and
Seward Biesecker, ot Bromley Ave
nueFuneral Of Robert Coleby.
Complaints About Corner Loafers,
and Short News Notes.
The Weal side office or the Boranton
'1 i:im NK 1 located at 1010 Jacksnu street,
When subscriptions, advertisements and
communication! will receive prompt at
The auditorium of the Wathbnrn
street 1'ivsbvtenaii nhurrli, was com
pletely tilled last evening, at the enter
talnmant aud aooial given by Omaha
amp, In oojoneetlon with the Lediei'
Aid sorietv of tlie obnroh, During the
evening, Misses Dally and Anna Poole
rendered an excellent piano duet, and
ui alto solo wei rendered by Miss Pan
ola Jones. The feature of the evening
wai u tableau taken from Indian oamp
life. The atuge Waa elegantly fitted
with tepeej or wlgwama, and the mr
ronndlnga were made np Of largl tree
boogha, making too whole appenrauoa
aa natural us possible 0 the
center of the ttsge waa au ln
diuu oamp - tire. The wiiiwaini
were richly made. The partioipantl
of the tableau were Miss Kile, Bandera,
Mrs. Brown, Robert Cooper and Mr.
Ken. Thty were arrayed iu the
costume of the Indian and
iqnuw, and the tffet was most plo
tnreiqne. Miss Bertha Powell, daugh
ter ol County 1'reasursr D Y Powell,
ami an alocutlontat of no mean ability,
gave a reading during the progreaa of
tlie tableau which was taken from
Longfellow's Hiawatha, Alter the eii
tertaiument was concluded the audi
ence repaired to the lecture room
where a maple sugar feast and social
time were enjoyed. The nttair was
pleating thtonghont, and mnoh credit
la due to Mitt Little Mum lord, uudtr
whose direction the tableau v giveu.
Two Eveniuir Funis.
The borne of Mi's Clertru le Beaveri,
on Lafayette street, was a scene of
much enjoyment laal evening, the oe
ension bei:ii; a party gien iu her honor.
Th rooms were neatly decorated with
Sowari and evergreens, fonverttng
ihem into Teritable DOWera, About 8
o'clock the young poilt. began to ar
rive and mirth resounded tbrongbout
the bouse, (.lames and otner diversions
formed tii evening's amnaementa and
were indulged in tor hours. K-fresb-ments
Stewart Bieaecker, of North Bnini
ley avenue, was pleasantly surprised
at bit homo laet eveuing. The house
was brilliantly illuminated and a large
nnmbar of guests were present. The
evening w::s thoroughly enjoyed by
all. Games was the prieipal fature.
Kefreahweuta were also served
Those Uai uly Itoye.
Complaints nre continually being
made of the grfiig of hcys that nightly
tnfeet the Hyde Park streets, and make
nituselves obooxioua to the public
At tue corner of Bromley av-mw and
Bwetland street ther ia a crowd that
lonngei atiout the corners and create
great distnroaace. Tney ptts insult
ing remarks and in other ways annoy
1 iBstrs by. The police have made
several attempta to diaperie tbeae ru:
Bana, but to uo avail. Ua North Main
avenue there is auulher crowd that ia
almost eiiuslly annoying. The vicinity
Of Weill bOjrO street is infested in the
same manner. Complaints have b.en
made in almost eveiy Way, and t a
cris.s mnat come aooner or later, and as
a West side resident puts it, the aooner
Bcbr! C' leby Rnrisd.
The last lad funeral rites over the
rerasina of Robert Coleby were con
ducted yesterday afternoon nt his home
on IjWOtland atreet. A Urge number
of friends g itbr-d at the family home,
where Hiipresruve services wre con
ducted by HV. L C Floy I, D.D., pas
tor of tbo Simpaon Methoditt Bplaoo
pel church. The floral tributes were
numerous aud included nuny neat de
signs. The funeral cortege moved
slowly out to Forest Hill oenwterv,
where i.iterraent was made. The pill
hearers ware George Doebir, Josaph A
Moore, .1 Doyle, J T. Jones, Dsvld
Weir end Ivlwar l Biruett
Th Nws In Brief.
Miss Maud B I wards, of Pittaton,wai
a caller bere on Wednesday.
David & Jonea and John Saandiri,
of Mile Hun, who have been visiting
friends her? for ar me time past, have
Miss Jeasie Evans, of .South Main
aveaue, is the guest of frion Is Iu Wan
ami". Mr. Evan Williams, of this aide, has
returned from a viait with friouda iu
The Druid Gln society held a special
meeting Inst evening, A large num
ber was present.
Key. Hugh Dvis, pnstor of the
Welsh GalVtfllttlo Methodilt church,
has returned from a three weeks' visit
to New York state.
Kev. It. J. Jones has rstnrn'd from
The organization of a chapter of the
Brotherhood of St. Andrews, will be
perfected on Sunday evening in St
David's Episcopal church.
The West Side Stars would like to
plav n game of bull with the Qtenotl
or the Myde Park avenue S tars Decora
Hon day, Louis Davies, manager.
The infant child of Mr, aud Mrs
BynOOi of North Fillmore avenue, was
buried yesterdsy afternoon In the
Washburn S'ret cemetery. ll"V D
('. Hughes, pastor of the Jackson Street
Baptist chureb, officiated.
'lb" Young People's Liternry and
Debating society will meet this even
ing In the First Welsh Baptist church
W B, Lsjtohworth, of North Hydi
Park nvonne, has returned from Tuuk
T. J. I'riae, of Academy street,
angled for trout In Spring Brook yes
Mrs. Dnnlol Orady and her two
daughters, Mrs. Parrel and Mrs. L:i
vellf, formerly of Scranton, but now
one of the most proaperous families of
Bntte City, Moi , urn the guests of
Mrs. Patrick Uallngher, of Jackion
RII.VF.lt (IIVKN AWAY.
On Saturday, April 21, wo will pive
a sterling silver pin to every customer
buying goods to tlio amount of 0110 dol
lar. Mkauk & Hamkn.
Sum s at inanufnctnrer's prices at the
PaOtory Shoe store, 411 Lackawnmia ave.
Can you blame people for fairly
cryinfr, for those handsome fylul-
BOftHO OF H ALT H MEETING
Qitibiiir" foetiiice W ad s and Improve
mints CoftOUSorod tor ' ' v.tn w .
At 11 meeting of the board of health
reiterday afternoon the garbage oon
tracts for the Pint, Bicond ami Third
distrirte were let to M. T. Prendergasl
it 88 cnts per family per mouth
Robert Harlan received ihw coiitraol
for the Fourth district at 10 onta jier
family per month,
It was decided to rtqUllt City F.U
gineor Pllilllpi to make plain and ipec
ifioationi tor u retaining wall about the
crematory and Hdvertlll lor bids on
the work to be submitted before the
next meeting, provided the plans are
furnished early enough lor that pur
Oeorge Bheohan and William Joyae,
two youths of thil lldl, Itarted to catch
the train for Wilkes Bam u few nlghtl
ago, and cut across the Ihdds towaril
the Mn Ka depot of tho DtllWara and
Hudson Railroad oompnny. Near the
national breaker they were set upon by
threa at range men id' bmly build, and
relieved of all their picket lUOUey,
Every pocket in their clotbeH was
turned inside out, and the highway
men secured about ten dell ars between
the tWO. When every cent waa taken.
Hi,' robbers let them loose aud told
them to gel home as fast as they
pleaild The young men turned toward
h one and Win IVetaa to telling of their
mishap In this way their assailants
had plenty of time to escape, 1111 1 their
identity will fjlikely never be dis
Tho choir of St. John's chureh will
hold a concert next month under the
direction of Profesior i) E, South
worth, the inusieal director of the
choir. Weekly rehearsals are held and
n programme of much excellence ia be
John Connolly, of Palm street, whose
mind baa been falling for tomo time,
was removed to the insane department
of the Hillside home yesterday after
uoou by Officer Flaherty.
John P Donahue, of Stone avenue,
and Thomas O'Boyle, of Plttlton ave
iiuj, will leave for New York next
Ihursday to attend the graduating
exenisesof the senior class of the New
York Medical institute, ot which Peter
Lai ly. of Rendham, well known on the
South Side, is a member.
'I tie mariinge of Nicholas Noary, of
South Washington avenue, and Miss
Katie Curran, of Prospect avenu, will
be aoleuiuiz 'd next Friday morning at
'J o'clock with a nuptial uusa iu St.
BlLVftB QIVIM AWAY,
On Saturday, April '.'I, we will giVl
a sterling siiv-r piu to every customer
buying gooli to the amount of one dol
lar. Mi.AKs A- Haiikn
Nc. 9 Amtrloa No. 9.
No. '.'of thin handsome portfolio is now
ready for distribution.
Members of the Homeopathic Society
Express Their Opinions on the
Question of Vaccination.
The bi monthly mooting of the
Homeopathic Medical Society of North
em Pennsylvania waa bald last evening
at the residence of Dr. John W. Cool
idga at I'h'J North Washington avenue.
It was attended bv Dr P. B, Peterson,
of Honeadaie; Dr. Sarah Coe and Dr
Charles A. Av.-rs. of Wilkes Bam; Dr.
H B. Ware, Dr. F. D. Brewster, Dr.
Mary Shepherd, Dr. Bureth, Dr. John
W. Coolldge, Dr. H. B. Vm Bergan,
Dr. J. W Roberta, Dr. Anna C Clarke
and Dr. II F. Hell ner, of this city.
The latter is president of the aootety
ind presided over the 111 :eting,
Dr. Sarah Coe read an exhaustive
pap'-r on "Obatroition of the Boweli,"
reporting several intertaliog'oaeei that
came under ber observation. The
paper was afterwards discussed in a
general way by those present.
(Jnder the head of ''Diseases of the
Month" an interesting dilCU'tioo oc
curred on smallpox, it being shown
that each visitation of that scourge is
less terrible in its results. Some of the
doctors expressed themselves as op
poed''ova,cmation1 but it was the opi
nion of the majority that vaccination is
Useful at a preventative Ot smallpox if
clean, pure virus is employed. Tile
members of tho society were urged to
use no other.
The next meeting will b the annual
one for the election of officeri and 11
oanqnat will be held, The time an 1
place for the event is left to the di-
oretion of a committee appointed last
A Rufe lrivestmnt.
The history of coil properties in this
vnliov lias I n cue u! cnstanllv iticre-is
Ing values, ami it is surprising, when the
met receives our attention, that investors
to a great "ite'it have overlooked the se
cunl es of coal companies in this valley t,,
place their lands In the securities of foreign
aorporatlona, often to their Borrow.
1 here is 1111 bet ter class of leCQI ities I ban
our coal bonds, with sinking funds to pro
vide against the eihaoitJon of the coal,
and there has never been a dollar lust on
thlsclaaaof luveatment In the valley. We
therefore are pleaaed tu notice an isoQiof
this ollsl r.f iiivesttiient bond made bv the
Forty Fort l oai company, bearing ill per
cent, interest and for sale by pTOnlneol
banking men, whoie idvertlatment will
be found in this issue
VV. are prepared to furnidi bn.inets
men with first class steOOgriphiri and
typewriters by the day or hoar, Scranton
Commercial aasoclatlon, limited, 49B Bpruci
. s .
Da ''. C. LAUBAOtf, dentist, lies aud
Water company building, Wyoming ave.
nue. Latmt improveiueuti. Bight years in
Imiiiain carpets cleaned lor II cents per
yard by the Bcranloo led. ling Co,
Wc have a larffS assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKEi,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICE.
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until midnight.
Of Mil 110
Mayor Connall'i Nominees for PoIIcjiu ii
COulirihYil by Suiect Council,
OBJECTIONS WADE TO LEWIS
Mr. Fellows and Mr. Lauer Were Op
posed to A',ain Giving Him a Place
On the Police Force They Re
hearsed the Glcason Aflair Noini
nationt Voted on Together That
Proposition Was Fought.
Mayor fonuell last evening Hunt into
leleel council the names ui tivo pariooi
to aerv.i as iiieiubers or the police force,
all of whoso appointment! wore oon
Brmod after a spirited contest
The new patrolmen araAlonaa U Day,
Conrad Maimer, Jamea W. Ooleman,
Toieph Bloik ami Tnomaa 11 Lswla,
lu his oommunoation acoompanying
the nomination!, Mayor Conuell slated
that ho was inllueiirtid to appoint
Mi I, -wis by that gentleman a past
reeord of efficiency as a policeman, and
by the number of lettere received from
prominent alticini of the West Side
and Central City, urging that I'm up
polatment be made.
Air. Clemont. us soon aa tho mayor's
communication was mad, moved to
coniider the nominations, Mr. Fellows
moved to refer the nomination of
Thomas B LlWil to a ruin mi t loti and
Mr. Alanley uuieiidod that nil tho nom
inations be referred. Mr, Bellowi
then gained the Hour and made a bitter
speech In denunciation of Lewis.
Mr. Clemoni commended the pastaf
Bcleney of Mr. L -wis as an olllcer dur
ing a period of eleven years' service,
although he did not wish to lie under
stood aa defending his participation in
the affair with Oleason. Mr. Clemona
Htated that he aaw 110 reason for refer
ring the nomination, Mr. Mauley saw
no harm 111 referring the nomination
of Mr. le wis, lu his judgment all the
nominations should he referred.
WANTED VIDBNCI BIAO.
Mr. Fellows asked that tho evidence
which Mr. tileaiOU gave before the
committee that investigated the Lewil
Qleaaon affair be read. The request
was complied with later. Tlie motion
to refer the nomination was voted on
with the following result :
Nays Rosa, Fi Kelly, Clark. Kocho,
Hurr, Wagner, Clemona, Borna. Council
Nays-Thomas, Williams, Bcbwenk.
Menley, Fellows, KeUow,WettpfhaL Luuer,
The motion being lost, Mr Lauer
moved to eoiiaider the nominations
separately. Mr. Clemens moved to
amend tuat thoy be considered to
gether. Mr. Lauer gained the floor
and said that he nude the motion to
consider separately because he wanted
to vote against the continuation of
Lewis, whom b severely arraigned be
fore sitting down. He read apart of
the evidence L'lveu by Mr. Lewis he
lore the police investigating com
mittee. Mr. Clemona and Mr. Fellowa got in
a few wordl and then the former's
motion to proceed to consideration was
adopted by the following vote:
Yeas K iss, Finn, Kelly, Thomas, Wil
liams, Clark, Roche. Dnrr, Wagner,
Bcbwenk, Cillowa, Kellow, Oltmons, cou-uell-U.
Nays-Manley, Wesipfhnl, Lauer, Chit
T he motion to consider the nomina
tions together was carried by a vote of
10 to 9:
Yeas--Boss, i- inn Kelly, Clark, Dnrr,
Wagner, Keliow Clemoni, Hums, Con
Nays Thomas, Williams, Koche, Man
ley, Schwenk, Fellows, Weatpfab), Lauer,
Mr. Clemoni moved that the nom
inations he continued. This waa done.
Yeas Hoss, Finn, Klly, Thomas, Wil
Hams, Clark, Koche, Purr, Wagner, Ivd-
lew, Clemoni, Burns, CoonelL Chitten
Nays -Schwenk, Mauley, Fellows, Wait
pfhsi, Lauer s.
The mayor's appointment of Tarrenoe
B. Rufferty to be inspector of the Spell
man court sewer waa unanimously
OUR CVBTOHIM are our advertisers; they
tell you of the bargains at tho Factory
Shoe store, 411 Lackawanna nveutio.
I 1 N r bent your carpets. Have the
Scranton Bedding Co, dean them.
Cnll at Avlerworth's
Whenever vnu need pood meat.
WHY DO YOU DO IT?
Why rfm all over the city looking fnrimii
dell, ns wiih hundred an t ten centa' worth
Of gold In til -ui Hut yen will come very
close to it It If y in will call It the light place.
IhTiu! your ilnllnrs gold, silver and green
A. W. JURISCH
' y I'Kt CK ITU RBI, mid gel full value
tor your money In
I'.K'ViM s, FIRM Aims,
FlHHINfl I ICKI R, FIN I'!
CVTIiKRV, DOG COMjAHH
ami i.i, m i; i, spoil 1 1;
The VICTOR WRKBL le ads
Bicyei'-a lira aims, otc, repaired at short
notice. Key flttlni a anealaltv. Olve me a mil
DON'T SKIP THIS.
WI HAVI tho finest line of iwestera In
town. .Inst I link el' It nti all went
Imy'i la-eater for $l.fl0i all woolmou'i from
J:'in aj 10.03, All i .ilers.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Arr at PMMBl Hif Mont Popnlnr mid PrtftlTtd lr
Wnrerooms : Opposite Columbui Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
Import samples oi
Cups and Saucers.
They are bargains.
'1 he sale will be
lor this week
only. Il is not
ollen you get an
buy this class of
goods for less than
hall their value.
CHINA : HALL
WEiCHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
The Great Marvel ol Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
Henvoci k Wardell,
in :m isis,
31G Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. O. ska MONS SAYS ABOUT
nils HEMWOOU t M Alllil
After having eleven teeth street! ut
one sitting by the palnlesa method, 1 pro
Bounce it tatlreljr satisfactory in every
particular. J, ;. BKAMONN
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COLLINS & HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
DunlaPiWomen's Coats and Capes
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
308 Lackawanna Ave.
I Millinery Department
In order to move stock, we have mads sweep
ing reductions all around. Hats, trimmed in
the latest fashion,
I WORTH $3 00. WILL SELL NOW AT $1.25
S WORTH 4.50. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.50
WORTH 5.00. WILL SELL NOW AT 1.98
Flowers, worth 15c, a bunch, sell now at 5 cents
r Sprays, worth 35c. - - - sell now at 15 cents
f Sprays, worth 45c. - - - sell now at 25 cents
1 Lace Curtain Department.
S WORTH 8 r,()
f. WOK) H $5 00
5 A full assortment in ral Point
5 tnins at tliaa cost of importation.
mm niHrnniiu ninmn
i ll r
TV .iltl.n. VSA i
! f'- f Ml Tl-y.rT'.K.' 'H
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Good Clothes 1
floods nmrle from ?eantne w.il
taken in m iiie ahvep'a baok. nana
factored by exiiort workmen, finely
woven and fait dyed, flnely cut and
firmly made, are t!n goods we uffer
nir enitomera. if feel nwi sipht won't
de it tin- near will con via 9s yon that
fast dyea on One fabrics, well cut ami
w. 11 mad.-, aivo unfni ins sntlsfactlon.
If yon want to get tba vert- twst in
quality at fnircst prices, cume to our
store. It In
We showed you n large collection of Capes and Jackets at
Easter-tide, Today W8 have just twice as many.
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well, Wear Well, Look We!!.
The Prices nre way DOWN:
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest nml neatest are of irn Grain Silk, Moiro,
Cloth and Lace. Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
Gr. "W. Owens & Co.
CUIAKMAKKHS, SUITS AND WKAPS,
M'i: i 1 1 : ITHBBTi CUUHT must; sgUAHE.
THE Vl.liY LATEST DESIGNS -
Will .-.. now at 1 35. S
Will sell UOw at 11 75. s
Will aell now at 87ff.
de Reoaisant and Real Bruesels Cur a
Sasli Curtains in all the different 9
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