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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

Advertise In THE TIMHS, Everybody reads It. VOL. IX.-NO. 72. SPEOLal, NOTICES. OPECIAL BARGAIN. Investors, observo your opportunities. Now is the time to buy special bargains in real estate. Wo bavo a lot fronting 25 feet on Kailroad avenuo, 75 foot east of llonry Btrcet, almost at tho foot of the overhead bridge, for 87,00?; $l,7.r>0 cash; 92,090 of this amount runs for nearly ?ve years in payments of 32.r> per month. WILBUR S. POLE A CO. ?Rooms a and 4, Exchange Building. VTOTICE. Wo can soli lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cont. lower than any other lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMHLER& CO., ttEAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. NOTICE?Oa and after Docombor 11, the otUeo of the Roanoko Gas and Water Company will be at Rooms 11 aad IS, second floor, Exchange Building, eorner Salem avenue and Jafforson street. J. C. RAWN, manger. doc9-lw A NEW RNTKRI'RISK. We beg leavo to announce that we have inuaguratod...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

B!>!CK MAKING JH ROANOKE. Extensive Works Just Across tho River. So??? vDvo Man N< w limployod III tho lVoi-u* and tu.- < ui?at-?iy to 1,0 Kulnrgetl. ?rj>, -toxi Moilern Maeliluoo Heed, ? ? V7iU? \Vhlel? IS.ftOO Miichlno Aludo mil 8,000 1'rcewwl brich uro .Undo Uadty. A i) 1esi n 11* year ago the Roa- | n&n - ' < tupany was fornnd. being ;,n biWboot i f IK? Lyncbburg llrlck Co-. |. . A i 0 wa > scoured in Roun oko uiuu y. jus? across the river, und build in 4 operations coinmenoed. !<> March one kiln had boon ooroplotcd, J ami the i rocess of making brick entered upon vcat/ i-'- v n reporter for Turc Tikes whsi ehown over ho works by General Manag'1 Deacon, who explained the jhbtbod of 1 akiag iiriok.and showed (no ||i? unco uI.ween the old manner and tin now. The maohinery of tho lloanoke Join pan; ? -. in its entirely, tho mo in. ? in now manufacturing brick in ' ' I'nilod States, and was c-reoiie ? supervision^0' Wr* I).;.,: inter ho had inspect*"" the...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

POSTAGE CURRENCY. The Credit of Devising It IteloiiRs to Oen ernl Frunola K. Spinner. Tho suspension of spocio paymont hy tho banks in December, 18G1, caused a disappearance of tho gold and slivor coins from circulation with marvelous colority. Thoy soomcd to vanisti in a day; probably into the prlvato hoards ot tho people, since tho opecioof tho banks failed to show any consldorablo in croaso. War existed, no ono could pro diot the future, the thrift and. caution of the people led them to lay something aside which could not lose its purchas? ing power. Thoy hastened to lay hold of those coins, and secrete them w'nero ,thoy could bo found when other means of subsist'onco failod. The scarcity of these coins produced great inconvenience in business. It bo camo almost impossible to make chaugo in tho ordinary purchases from dealers and merchants. Shtnplastors bogan to make thoir appearanco to supply tho de? ficiency. In tho rebellious States these woro not only issued by individuals an...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVHRY MORNING, BXOBPT MONDAY. It.iANoKB Tl wKS.POUt.TSIIINa CO., Publianoiu and Proprietors. i imi. huh.lutfja, jrhirdaVenuoatt.l Vint street, southwest. TBLBPnONB NUMBER V2i. Ten J'lMKSWlH v<MU Iivere<lin Ibmnoko, S?? en,, 'vMntoi. . ry momtoS by carriers for 01 nia pormoutli. THUMB, HY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) I>i,i!y. ??? uioni.*.-D5 ?inHJiiiiintli!?.,'-;J{ ** -* i-??nti? . ? ; :" : mo ?* >no year. All papers sent out or tho city must bo paid for Invariably in inlvance. THE WBBKLY TIM KS. Tim- Wkkki.y Times, containing the news or th. -v. ?lt In ii nwrnoondowwl form,ono roar, fl.CO In advance Adrcrtlslna rates mado known o? applica? tion. - , ,...?;.?! ,nt cations, etc..should v, . - lot! KH? r of TUB TiMKS. h " ,.. ,, . |? .-...I. as, money-order. rc? H '.; .r draft, should bo ad ,;r.an made payaMo to TUi: IIOANUKRTO IIH PUBUSHlNfl CO. U.uii??-c. VlixlniH. r,.,.. , PoatdlUuoat itoanokeas ?00 end-cinss mutier. Th k TiMES controls the fran chices of ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

HER CASTLES ARE IN SPAIN. A Kentucky Hoiress Looking for Her Husband. She Tt)\U lior Lawyer tlint Slio Was Wooed, Married, Impoverished unil I Deserted AH In Otto Veur by' n Ilund ?Dinc Yoiuiir Spiuilnrd. New YOBK, Deo. 10.?a remarkable story, containing material enough to construct a modern four-act society play, has just oomo to light. Tho hero? ine Is a tall, auburn-haired Southern lienuly of Si. Her name was Cecil Wat kins. , She is now Senora Lavcro. In a ? reatstale of oxoitenient sho called at ;the office of Lawyer John A. lialostier in Cedar street, on Friday, Saturday and yellorday, each time having now facts to add to her talo of woo, which summed up to cover a period of twelve months, reveals tho extraordinary statement that within (hat time she was wooed by a handsome Spaniard of supposed noble birth, named Lavcro, married to him at Mior home in Paris, Ky., made over to him her fortune of ?70,000, and was de? serted by him re cently in this city Tho story Cecil tells beg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

W?NT A FAIMR FOR SENATOR. Illinois Farmers and Laborers Hold a Conference. Tb? State GraiiKO l'atrons of Husbandry, theFarmcri' Mutual Beneficial Asso? ciation, the l'urmers' Alliance, ?ml the Knights ?,r Labor ItenreNontod ?The Election ofi? Unltetl Stntcn Senator the Only Quest ion ConslUore?!. Sphinokikm), Ills., Doc. 10.?[Special] ?Representatives of the confederation of tho farmers' and laborers1 organiza? tions of tho Slate, including the State Grango Ratrons of Husbandry, Farm ?srs' Mutual Hcncllcial Association. Farmers' Alliance, and tho Knights of Labor, held a Bccrot conference here yesterday. It is understood that the only question under consideration was tho coining election for United States Senator from this State. The following resolution was adopted : Whereas on the third day of May. last, in this city, the various farmer and labor organisations of this State eon en d and organised the Farmers' and Laborers' Confederation Tor the mutual ben. lit. of agriculture and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

the; skin. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act in the iway intended by nature, its functions ?are performed by other organs,? tho Kidneys and tho Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific is the remedy of nature, to stimulate Itbo skii^ to proper action. It never ;fails in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Wood ?and Skin Diseases. Swift Sfboific Co., Atlanta, Ga. FOR TUMORS Ihavoboenacuffsror free tn&srs lsd ccrci. I My cmplcyei recom [ neaded me tc try ths 'A.B.C. Alterative." II did ee, asd ha to teen I beUero it to tc an absolute Blood Gratitude prerapta tkia tetttimcnlal. AtSSM 1!U?.EAT, MehsiMd, Va. Fur Lung Troubles. Ter ycarjlbavobceo t lufiorti frorn luag Q t::utle. E.vH^gheari nnmnJ Cf A. B. 0. TeilClCOS sludcitstryit. It proved very beneficial; sty ecueh h.-n left mo ;ny appetite 13 c-::d;I ara gainiir; fi::h & strength D3. C. 2. BA8TMAN, E::bnoad, Va. ' .11 MP???tmmm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 December 1890

Have opened up a large line of new goods specially suited for Christmas presents. Toilet Sets. BOOKS. Elegant plush cases, hand- j Picture books, story books, some plush albums at 75c, $1, **.75> #2-5? to #5 each. Princess Alice bags and Pocketbook? booklets, tables and easels, toys and games. x?n's Handkerchiefs. Dolls, Dolls p" ,11 and silk, hemstitched, ?mbroidered and initialed, able I plain and bordered, from 3c to Ladies' & Gentlemens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. all prices. $3.50 each. Towels and Table Linens, Linen sets, plain, white and fancy*borders from $2.75 to $9 a set; plain white and fancy bordered knotted finger towels from 19c to $1.75 each. mm m 134 SALEM AVENUE S. \\ T iJjJj PERSONAL ITEMS. What People are Doing in Out of Roanoke. and A U Q ?. PEOPBIBTOB. SITE UNION DEI ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. nov?-3ui St w Wholesale and retail dealers In frame stuff, flooring, siding, laths and nil kinds of lumber. Call and see us. Office: Didier Build...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

Advertise In THE TIMES. Everybody reads It. 1 VOL. IX.?NO. 73. SPECIAL NOTICES. QPECIAL BARGAIN. Investors, observe your opportunities. Now is the time to buy special bargains in real estate. Wo have a lot fronting 25 feet on Railroad avenue, 7."> feet east of Henry street, almost at the Toot of the overhead bridge, for ?7,000; $1,750 cash: ?3,000 of this amount runs for nearly live years in payments of $22 per month. WILBUR S. POLE & CO. Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. JOTICB. Wo can soil lots in the heart of the town at to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near them can be bought tor. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. ^Vf?TiCE?On and after December 11. JlI the olilce of tho Rounokc <ias and Water Company willbout Rooms ii and l5, second iloor, Exchange Building, corner Salem avenue and Jelforson street. .!. C. [.AWN, manger, dccti-lw A NEW ENTERPRISE. We beg leave to announce that we have Inuag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

PICKED UP ON THE STREETS. Interesting Talks by the People Caugnt by Times Reporters. ?llnyor Kvuns Han "?? Court for the First Time?A I'oHoeinnn Wants the Force lnerensetl?A Fireman on tho Needs of the Department?Manager Ucckuer and the New Oper? House. Mayor Evans: "Yesterday was tho first time slnco I have boon mayor of Iloanoko that there was nobody tried in the mayor's court. In other words, not an arrest was made in twenty-four hours, which speaks well for the peace and good order of the city." A physician: "Instead of lime being the component to be mixed with dry earth, as suggested in the timely inter? view in the Times Wednesday morning, it would be better to uso the common plaster of commerce: lime tends to f roc the amimonlnenl gases, plaster to tlx them." An engineer: "Under no circumstan? ces should iloanoko consent, to making Lick run or Tinker creek an open sewer. Every stream into which is : turned fit-wage should have a smooth j asphalt bottom and bo topped over." A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

WILDERNESS ROAD. A Famous Knntuolcr Highway Familiar to All NtudouU of lllstorv. The road I traveled was that groat highway hetwoon Kontucky and tbo South which at various times within a hundred years has boon known as tho Wilderness Road, or tho Cumberland Road, or the National Turnpiko, or tho "Kalntuok Hog Road," as it was called by tho mountaineers. It is impossible to come upon this road without pausing, or lo wrlto of it without a tribute, it led from Baltimore ovor tho mountains of Virginia through tho great wilderness by Cumberland dap. All roads below Philadelphia convorgo at this gap, just as tho buffalo and Indian trails had earlier converged, and just as many railroads aro converging now. Tho im? provement of this road becamo in timo j tho pot schotno of tho Stato govern- ! monts of Virginia and Kentucky. Be- i fore tho war millions of hoad ol stock? I .horaos, ho?s, cattle, mules?woro driven I Over it to the Southern markets; and I thousands of vehicles, with familios a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES, EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publisners and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rbird avenue and First Btroot, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER KM. ThiTimk? Will bodollvorod in Itoanoke, 8a ?m.ioKl Vintori every morning by carriers for 'cents poriuonth. terms, BY MAIL. (Postage Propaid.) Dally, one mootn. " throe months. " six months . .... <>.w ? one year.b-?? All papcrs8on1 out ot the city must be paid for Invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tnr. Wfkki.v Timks, containing tho news of th-> week In a '"ore condensed form, one year, $1.00 in advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. ._ items of nows. oommunlcatlons^oto.,should hi addr< ssed to tho Editor of The Timks. " Remittances, by express, nmncy-oidor. reg? istered letter, cheque, or dnift, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanokc, Virjrima. Kntered at the Postofflco nt Roanokc as scc orid-olnt|s thai er. Th E Tim es co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

MUSICAL, SOCIAL, LITERARY. The Organizations of Roanoke for Pleasure and Improvement. Short and Interesting Sketches of the MubIcuI, Social mni Literary Societies or the City?What Thoy lire?"Who Coin pone Them?llounoko Society us Llvo l v an Its ltuslncHN. Roanoke is a humming, hustling city. A great stream of humanity is con? stantly rushing along its principal thorough tares in counter currents. Everybody is on business bent in the varied and manifold avocations of liTe. Hut the incessant business tension can? not bo forever kept up. Thero must bo sonio .relaxation, and there aro to be found in Roanoke many social and intellectual organizations, whose aims and purposes aro to Ollgago in short hours of pleasuro and profit, which does not at all detract from the business qualifications of their members, but only enables them to work all the better when returning to their routine duties. Ono of the most profitable of all Un? social clubs of'tbo city is the Roanoke Musical Society, wh...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

WSCDKSIN STATE GRANGE For an Agricultural College Apart From the University. JtcsoluUong Very Similar to Ihe Alliance Demands Adopted? The Grange Ilown on "Nutlonnl liiiuhs and In Favor of Government Control of Express and Telegraph Companies. Mamsox, Wis.. Doc. 11.?[Spcoial]? Tbo Wisconsin State ("range adopted yesterday resolutions favoring a seper atti college of agriculture away from the tStato University, as recommended in the address or Grand Master Carr. The committee on resolutions reported ;is follows on the report adopted : That part of the masters address referring to legislation, the Conger lard bill, the Paddock meat inspection bill, the pure food bill and the chemical laboratory bill, we recommend, and ask aid and attention from our order. Wo nUo think express and telegraph companies should run under govern mcnt contract. We recommend the California laws should be furnished in text books for the public schools for Wisconsin. We also recommend that the resolution favori...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

A Physicians Advice. i suffered for years from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician prescribed S. S. S. I increased in flesh; My appetite unproved; I gained strength; Was made young again; It is tho best medicine I know of. Maua1.hi' Tubpex, Oakland City, Lad Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Speciwo Co., Atlanta, Ga. A. Jt. ?". Chrmlenl Co., j |> Jiiciimond, Va.: f1 ? Having for a long time ?uffered J r from the e?'ects of ?i horrible blood \ trouble, ami after resorting to medical 'i shlllaud otherrcmetlles iriibvnt Dene- 'i - ') /;<. I tried" A. Jt. C. Alterative." I \ S have been entirely restored, and it f j affords moftlvasuro to attest i.'n vir- f 1 tues. It is evidently a rery great tonic r 5 awl alterative, and I recommend any t suffering l rom blood trouble, to try Ii. \ dr. ?r. ivjji.vi:n, j JOi.~> ir. fury St., Ktehmond, Ya, ? SOLD BY ALLJORUGGISTS. J f Treatise on Hlooii and Skin Diseases j i by mail free. Ad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 12 December 1890

Have opened up a large line of new goods specially suited for Christmas presents. Toilet Sets. BOOKS. Elegant plush cases, hand- Picture books, story books, Some plush albums at 75c, $1, j booklets, tables and easels, $1.75, ?2.50 to 55 each. j toys and games. Princess Alice bags and Pocketbooks. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs. Ladies' &Gentleiiiens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Bolls, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls, i> Bisque and hid' dolls all sizes p Towels and Table Linens, j Linen sets, plain, white and :uen and silk, hemstitched, \ fancy borders from $2.75 to $g '^rcd and initialed, i a set; plain white and fancy ; .a bordered, from 3c to bordered knotted finger towels . so each. from 190 to $1.75 each. MAG BAIN P l:)4 SALEM AVENUE S. W. W. A. fjGOBSl L? OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. Wholesale and retail dealers in frame stuff, flooring, Aiding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Cull und see us. ?Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 19 December 1890

. Call on J. Tt. HOOKA DA"?, , . : Tb.?'Ptone?rAsrunr. ' ? for ?? : Roarjbfce BeatJBstatOL - VOL. IX.-NO. 7!l. w special Notices. ANTED. Houses und lots in all parts of tho slty for salo. List your property with *s. Wo have for salo a houso and lot on Churoh street, desirably located, for 3H.500. "WILBUR S. DOLE A CO.. Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. fj^?TlCE. Weoau Boll lots in tho heart of ' tho town at ^*."? to 40 por cent, lower than any other lots near tbom can bo bought for. SIMMONS, A MB LEU &? CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Oflleo corner Washington and Water streets. N OT1CE. Tho regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the National Exchange Bank, of Roanoke, Va., for the election of olllocrs will bo held in the office of said bank January 13th, 1891, at 11 o'clock. Stockholders not present in person will please be represented by proxy. .). B. rTSHBURNE, Cashier. December 12th, lS'.iO. dec20-lt THE ROANOKE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY. Is ready to enter into negoti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 19 December 1890

??T" (SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. SAL.1.1W. SAI.KM, Deo. IS.? [Speplal]? News was received to-day that Col. Henry A. Edmondson die I at his home at Falling ! Water, Montgomery county. Va.. al u j p. m. the 10th instant., Colonel IM- j monson had reached his 77!h year. He id another hohle old Kornau who has (joined tho ra. ks On the Other shore. Virginia and she whole country suffer loss when such men as he pass away. (Olonel Edmoudsoh was a member of the Congres of the United States for f tour teen yea Ho was the last mem* ? ber of the Thirty-fourth Congress, ex? cept Robert C. Winthrop, of Massachu? setts, who was Speaker of that Congress. Many are the loving anecdotes told of Colonel Edmondson by his old friends " and admirers. I will give one as it was mm by two prominent Salem gcntlonu ?i to-day. Preston ?'. U looks, of South Carolina, whose ithej . M. C. Butler. ranother S h Cn . Unian, had booh do? li >unc si by Sunnier, applied to Ed? mund) a for ii<:-. :oe. "if ho has mal...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 19 December 1890

Only a few days /ilno light overcoats go for $10. feto, 317 handsome, tailor-made overcoats, dark and light the bottom out of profits; now for the boys. A!..">o children suits go for $2. All sizes and patterns, WWl*^' ^. VJT 03- where it takes fS olsowhero, it y: tWMfW r^?S> C? -^V^ our oiothing this week. ?'' . "!;t;';o:.IAKv',o';;,::i--: ^ f?t r--e.\--?/ Mh mm&^ HP" : KVinvS ?.. 3 S p5 o ?-. 9 ?1 M B X /-'IM sif

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 19 December 1890

ISO?THWEST VIRGINIA NEt?S. the incid i no sense 10 best i x r.KlSTOL. in thooo?n iii has resulted Bristol, Tonn., Doc.. Approach to <\,l. YV. B. Payne, an *t iniproved the citizen of this city, to will ho buried this ai Salem, Dec. 18.- tSboolal]- Sews was received to-day that, Col. Henry A. 1 payne W1VS :v native of ? v. Kdmondson died at his hb^ne at Falling j represented bTuvianna com iv]l() uro Ho 'i reasury legislature at one time, nondentof the RichmondD? n Lynchburg -News at the t* n order to ynohbur death. T. W. M. Draper, chief ( bank cur neral manager of thpjf.im jn jholr wishes in the Water, Montgomery county, Vs., at 11 p. m. tho l?tii instant. Colonel Bdr bionsoh bad reached his 77th year, no is another hbblo old Hornau who 1ms goinod tho ranks on the other shore. Virginia and the whole country sailer loss when such men as be pass away, j u, Tennessee railro Colonel Kdmondson was a member or Ho says that work ' ih^Sngress of the United States for lu-istol end or the ...

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