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Defiance County Republican Express (Newspaper) - November 5, 1891, Defiance, Ohio 8 Republican express Defiance Ohio thursday november 5. 1891. Destructive fire at Hicksville the town sustains a loss of $50,000�?groat work of the fire department. Special Sale of carpets in dais we will offer our entire Stock of carpets at Smi. Low prices we have a Large Stock of new patterns to select from Harley a lion store Hicksville. Home Harry Dowell of Chicago is now for an unlimited time. Mrs. James lower has returned Home after a weeks visit Here with her parents and friends at Bryan. Mrs. T. H. Campbell and Little son Are visiting relatives at Columbus. Lawrence Crowl of Englewood 111., is visiting his Mother. Ida Walter visited her sister at Defiance last week. Or. George Blinker wife and child of new Lisbon Are visiting mrs. Blinkers Mother mrs j. Growl. Nettie Wilson of Malto Bend mo., is visiting the family of j. E. Coburn. James Lehman formerly clerk in the drug store of e. M. Pitit amp co is now working in Garrett at drug business at an increased salary. Mrs. Frank Snyder went to her Home at la Porte into pack her household goods preparatory to sloping them Here where they expect to make their future Home. Lee a. Growl who has been working in it. Wayne has returned Home and will remain for some time to come. Mamie Bruce accompanied by a Young lady Friend drove Over from Butler last week. A. B. Crary of Chicago dropped in upon us last week and probably Wil i remain a couple of weeks. The marriage of Eli Chapman son of g. W. Chapman to miss Alice Higgins took place thursday at the residence of the Bride Bev Chapman brother to the Groom officiating. It was kept a secret until after halloween through fear of being serenaded. The people of Hicksville return their Heartfelt thanks to Defiance for responding so promptly to the Call for help during Tho saturdays fire. The total loss of the fire is put at &50.000. John a. Foust of Defiance was Here monday. The democratic meeting saturday was suspended on account of the lire. It was not Well attended in the evening. The people the dear people have lost their grit the grit that Harrison has been giving them. He made his Farewell Bow and bid his readers Farewell last week. Judge Bowersox of Bryan spoke Here monday night to quite an audience. Della Culler is visiting in Thrope Wisconsin. R. F. Kerr returned Home saturday night. Or. And mrs. Joseph Kerr or and Jonn Carnes have returned from their extended visit in the East. Druggist Chi Coates of Butler ind., was in town monday. The Gottard school opened monday with Theresa Bauth As teacher and the Lehman school next monday under the efficient management of c. L. Hane. The Leithauser ditch is nearly completed. Frank Woodcox has recovered after a severe struggle with typhoid fever. Win. Baden is having a Well drove. We. Behren has erected a new Corn crib and Wagon shed. A Broom factory will be located in the Vicinity of West Ridge a Good place for a neat Little Village. If you want to get excellent cider take your apples to John Twisda. Hog cholera is raging in these parts. We. Hull has lost nearly 40 head. The weight of the hogs would average from 150 to 200 lbs. A grand Surprise took place at Bassa Moore a last Friday evening. Over forty were present. South Tiffin. Here and there. Washington township. The biggest wind storm of the season Wras saturday. It scattered shocks of Corn fodder in All directions. Mrs. Jacob Snider has returned Home from Nebraska where she has been visiting her sister mrs. George Hilton formerly a resident of Brunersburg. Mrs. John Wank of Tiffin returned Home saturday. The new sidewalk at Ney is quite an improvement. George Clouser a son is very ill with typhoid fever or. Holbrook of Defiance is the attending physician. Teamsters Are Busy now hauling Elm logs to Wood amp Bros factory which is now running to its full capacity. Tint Hugins sister of Kansas sum i Mit county is visiting him. John Welker of Bryan was the guest of h. N. Coy sunday. Preaching at the lower Chickasaw sunday by Rev. J. Kintner. Rev. Robertson preached at pleasant Point school House sunday. Now if you want furniture of any kind go to p. M. Crago As he has a find Stock which he is Selling cheap. Dont fail to give him a Call. Major Mckinley had a rousing crowd at Bryan kist week. All delighted with the majors speech. B. D. Lintz was hauling Stone and gravel to Macada Mize his barn Yard last week. Farmers Are behind with their Corn husking in these parts. It was to dry last week to make much headway husking. James Ewers time with g. J. Kintner As a farm labourer expired Friday. Mrs. A. Mavis of Milford was visiting Here last week. Sherwood. Tiffin township Farmers Are Busy husking Corn. Fred Gier has erected a new building which is intended for Corn and a four ton Scales. There will be quarterly meeting at the Rural Chapel next Sabbath. The misses Mullicane a and brother returned monday to Peru Indiana after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives. Laura Dunbar and Etta Ferris attended the examination held at the Defiance Normal College saturday. Subscribe for the Republican express. Sportsmen can shoot Quail from nov. To to dec. 15. Boys lets get ready to take a Hunt and invite the editors to the roast. We. Keister will erect a new mansion soon. Martin Gurwell reports the largest Squash raised in this Section. It weights 122 lbs length of Vine 153 it circumference of stalk 9 in number of Squash produced from the one seed seven. Who can beat it c. Q. Hane makes a very important trip to Okolona occasionally. The Board of education at the regular meeting in August adopted the following text books Harvey a grammar rays new a lit Lunatic and algebra electric series geographies two books electric u. S. History steels physiology. J. A. Snider of Evansport was appointed agent. The Simon Stile Kiln seems to be turning out a Good Deal of Stock. The Quality of tile manufactured cannot be excelled. About sixty of the friends of miss Jennie Gurwell commemorated her nineteenth Natal Day last tuesday evening a week by the presentation to her of an elegant Gold necklace the gift coming from the College students. Several other Beautiful presents come from special friends. It was a pleasant occasion. Miss Nellie Moore is one of the most prominent and successful teachers Iii the state. Services at the u. B. Church Evansport. Next sunday evening. Adams township a Farmers Are preparing to do extensive tiling this fall and Winter. John Lehman contemplates tiling 40 acres of land. John is a Hustler. Prof. Jas. W. Huff spent sabbat i with his parents. Geo. W. Renz went to Defiance to attend the Foster Foraker meeting. Miss mate Clark returned saturday from a weeks visit with friends in Evansport. O. S. Willie and wife of Chicago spent sunday with the families of j. W. Wallace Grant and f m. Shook Maud boor and Blanche Taylor were in Defiance Friday. Mrs. Edmore Switzer and son Charles of Defiance spent sunday Here with friends. Lou Boggs of Clunette iud., is visiting her sister mrs. John Rock. Maud boor commenced a five months term of school in the coffin District monday. Messes. Geo. And c. Kellermier with their families spent sunday with their Parent near Evansport. The Only child of Oscar and Cora Shook was buried Here wednesday. The funeral services were Hel Ltd in the m. E. Church Rev. Robertson officiating. Mrs. Clem Halderman has returned from Tiffin where she was visiting mrs. H. Hendrickson. Or. Hendrickson is now manager of the postal Telegraph company in that City. North Richland. Samuel Hornish who has been for some time is convalescing Samuel Burke and Rife of Ney were the guests of his Mother on Day last week. Celia Beiderwell is teaching school in Henry county her school commenced a week ago last monday. Lewis Lantow and or. Ober have improved the appearance of their dwelling houses by re roofing them. Henry Kuhn has purchased a new air Moter wind Mill. Henry Deepe has re roofed his barn. William Heister is making preparations to build a dwelling House in the near future. A. J. Burke closed a term of school in West Noble last saturday with a picnic. Nathaniel Bath is Labouring for or. Macauley. Frank Miller will have a barn erected in the near future. Vav Eaver Bros. I will do the Carpenter work. Etta Ferris will teach the West Ridge school the coming Winter. Lafayette Rodgers made a business trip co Paulding county recently. John Heilshorn of South Richland will commence a five month term of school in District no. 7, the coming monday. A. J. Burke and j. H. Neader Lianar were the guests of Jno. B. Stock last sunday. Dias. Toberen. Of Defiance was in this Vicinity last sunday. Genie Gurwell was surprised by a Large number of her friends last tuesday evening it being her 19tli birthday. The Farmers Are All Busy husking Corn. Fredger has his new barn completed. It contains a Corn crib and a new pair of weeks four ton Scales which he purchased recently. John Sharp purchased a horse from Martin Gurwell last week consideration $100. Frank Spangler will teach school in District no. 5, this Winter. The quarterly meeting at the Chapel takes place the coming sunday. The Miller Bros drove a Well for William Partee last week. The misses Peters will leave for Defiance next monday where they will Start a dressmaking shop. There will be preaching at Salem by Rev. Dustman next sunday. Nellie Dickman left for Lansing mich., last week where she will remain for some time with friends and relatives. John Engle has purchased a Brand new Organ from Wellman of Defiance. The quarterly meeting at the St. Johns m. E. Church one week ago last sunday was Well attended. A. J. Carpenter and Jacob Robinson addressed a Large Assembly of Alliance men at Brunersburg last saturday evening. Messes. John and Lem Mullican and misses Ada and Ota Mullican of Macy ind., who have been visiting relatives and friends Here returned Home last week. I the town of Hicksville was visited j by a destructive fire saturday and it seems miraculous that the entire East end of town was not swept out of existence. There was a Strong Gale prevailing at the time of the Blaze and Sparks and embers were carried two and three Miles in the country. Fire was first discovered at 1 30 p. In. In the two Story Ware House of Kerr Bros filled with finished handles and is supposed to have caught from a spark. From the Ware House the flames passed along a shed to the Hicksville cart amp machine co., factory. It was also soon racing along a shed leading to the Hicksville flouring Mill and from there jumped to c. A. Weavers Cooper shop. These buildings All being of Wood and filled with inflammable material made a tre Pendious and terrifying fire but the heroic work of the fire department and citizens held the fire in Check and prevented further loss though quite a number of other buildings were on fire. A stable belonging to a. L. Hatry situated about a half mile from the scene of the fire caught from Sparks and was destroyed the factories of fish Maxwell amp co., and the Dewey stave co., and the b. Amp Station and elevator also caught fire but were saved by the fire department. A House on High Street opposite the Burnt District and used by one of the Hose companies was damaged about $200. The Forlow Block near the depot was damaged to the extent of $400 or $500 Kerr Bros loss is put at $8,000 insurance about $4,000. The Hicksville Mill was valued at $10,000 and was insured for $3,000. It was owned by Joseph Kerr. The property was operated by the Hicksville milling co. The company puts its loss of $2,000 insurance $1,500. Much of the flour in the Mill was saved. The Hicksville cart amp machine loss is Between $8,000 and $9,000. Partially insured. Some of Tho finished Stock was saved. A. L. Hatry a stable was valued at about $700 no insurance. C a. Weavers loss on Cooper shop i and Stock is about $2,000 no insurance. Clay Crowl amp co., had 2,000 feet of lumber burned. H. Y. Root of it. Wayne ind., had $1,000 Worth of lumber destroyed. The total loss will probably approximate about $50,000, though a careful inventory of the losses May swell that amount that loss however will be severely Felt in the Community. The Defiance fire department responded to a Call for help but arrived in Hicksville after the fire was chief Lou Spring was lies nailed. The following circular explains itself. No further comment is needed buy your Foro Ery ill to the people the Republican executive commit tee of Defiance county takes this method to enter its emphatic denial of the article which appeared in the Peoples grit october �?~28lh, 1881, under the caption a suggests the article first sets Forth a head quarters Republican county Central committee Defiance o., oct. 28th, 1891.�?� then follows a letter which it is alleged was sent out by the Central committee. The executive committee wishes to state so it will be fully understood by All 1st. That the Defiance county Republican Central committee has not held a meeting since the Middle of last june. 2nd that said committee has had no letter Hea is printed this year. 3rd. The lie publican Campaign in Liis county has been under the control of the Quot Republican executive committee and All correspondence and business has been conducted by said executive committee. It has had no Etter Heads printed this year. 4th. That said committee did not write incite or authorize said alleged Etter and had no knowledge whatever that such an article was written or in existence until it appeared in Saida per. 5th. This committee has not written or sent out any circular or Fetter that has not been duly signed by the Secretary or chairman or both. 0th. Any claim to the contrary is absolutely false and the person or persons who have set up the claim that Tim alleged letter printed in the grit emanated from the Republican county Central or executive committees have whether purposely or not Given spread to a malicious lie. 7th. That this committee has not Traduce or maligned any Man during the Campaign Anil that it challenges any Man or men of the opposition to show to the contrary. 8th. That the men who Lay claims to High standing in Community in count enhancing what they had Means of knowing was a rank forgery have not advanced their own cause by seeking to fix the parentage of a child of democratic corruption upon the Defiance county Republican Central committee. Addenda the charge that the committee has issued or caused to be issued a Mircu Lar against John w. Winn or any other candidate or had acknowledged that such a circular was to be issued is absolutely false. F. L. Hay chairman farms and Hombs of Bronson a real estate Exchange the largest real estate dealers in Northwestern Ohio. Cor. Clinton amp 2d a tsp a Defiance Ohio. J. Cameron b. F. Southworth. M. F. Hartshorn. Jacob Adams under control. To a t m in charge of the Force. The people of c. J. Thompson secy. Hicksville should return thanks for i f. C. Brander treas their water works. If it had not been for the Noble work of the fire depart meat the loss would have been much greater. Very str Rigely one of the men who fought the water works when the town talked of putting in the system had the satisfaction of knowing that his property would have been swept away saturday if it had not been for the water works. Rep. Sex. Com. Around the thrones. Sharon sittings. Hogs Bertha Parmer commenced her school monday at Jewell. Some thief stole All of James Elliott a meat one night last week. Quite a number from this place attended quarterly meeting at Ridgeville last sabbat ii. Melvin blindly is visiting friends at Wilmington I. F. Brancher spent a couple of Days last week at Toledo. John Boehn has lost several with cholera. Flora Simone of Brj Rau is spending a few Days with Albert Elliott s family. The funeral services of or. John Hammon of North Richland were held at the m. E. Church last Sal Bath conducted by the lutheran minister. Or. Hammon was f Olio wed to his last resting place by the largest concourse of friends that were Ever present at to at place at one time one Hundred and seventeen teams at the Church. Disease dropsy age 05 years to months and 18 Days. Mrs. William Donaldson is quite ill. Slathiel Smith is building a new House Levi Spencer and son Are sick with Maleria fever. Mrs. William fickle returned to Indiana last week. Or. And William Ernsberger of Continental were the guests of their parents sunday. Frank Baker bought Al. Hires farm consideration $500. Lewis Hagy of South Richland went to Paulding county to hear Hon. William Mckinley speak. Died Mary Sten Niar of diphtheria her remains were interred in the it. Zion cemetery. Miss Wallic and miss Profet o Yan Wert county visited mrs. A. Smith recently. Quite a number of people from Sharon attended the sunday school Convell lion at Wisterman m. E. Church sunday of last week. Lewis Hagy and family were the guests of Michael Doenges sunday. Amanda Doenges was the guest of her brother Michael sunday. Died Moses Spencer of Maleria fever Iii remains were interred in the it. Zion cemetery. Ollie and Elsie Skiver were in Continental what makes a line p0fular. Ayer8ville. Or. John Windfield will spend the Winter in Texas. Or. Frank Thompson and miss Retty Peck were married last week. A. C. Henry killed a red Fox last Friday which measured four feet from tip to tip. J. S. Scott has had a new Well drove. He is making arrangements for a Fountain. The school Board have let the co fact for building a Belfry to h. Jar Ter Chas. Dixon buried a child last saturday t. J. Stump was appointed super Intel Denton the m. E sunday school sunday. Dull is holding a series of meetings at the free will Baptist Church. Rev. Gordon will deliver a lecture at the m. E. Church sunday evening nov. 15 especially for the Benefit of Young men. All Are invited. Emerald township. Tho new township House is completed. Or. Myers has occupied his new Home. After vacating the old House or. Myers gave the Young folks a dance thursday night. Ken Hetrick has returned Home from the West. Esther Burnes is doing House work for mrs. I. E. Kintner. John Kuntz has returned from fill ton county and intends making Paulding county his future Home. A Happy wedding took place at or. Chats about men. The Czar Speaks the English language remarkably Well. The prime Regent of Bavaria has a Large collection of beetles the most Complete in Germany. He is an interested observer of the habits of other insects. King Alexander of Servia did not impress the Parisienne very favourably As far As his personal Beauty went. He has the physique of his Butcher ancestors together with the rude Yellowish Olive complexion of Natalie. The Empress Elizabeth a gorgeous new Palace at Corfu will have a High Lighthouse near it shining with electric lights of 12,000 Candle Power. In the grounds about the Palace there will be 25,000 Rose Bushes and Many Fine Cactus plants. Prince Oscar of Sweden who married miss Ella Munck some two years ago leads a very Serene existence with the woman of his Choice whom to wed he gave up All rights to the throne. A Short while ago lie distinguished himself by valiantly rescuing three men from drowning. _ Railroad jottings. Rufus Hatch raised and sold Garden track. Thomas a. Edison began As a Telegraph operator. Jay Gould boasts that he never takes j a salary from any corporation he serves. Thomas Bayley Potter m. P., is a Stout Silver haired patriarch and lives near Midhurst Sussex county England i general James w. Husted and or. Seward Webb each has a Hobby for collecting Scarf pins of which they have a Choice assortment. The sword which Ethan Allen carried when he demanded the surrender of fort Ticonderoga is now owned by h. Allen Hopkins of Jackson mick., a descendant of the old hero. Colonel William r. Holloway once on governor morton�?T3 staff and thus Well known to All Hoosier soldiers will become the editor of the american Tribune of Indianapolis a paper devoted to the interests of veterans. Captain Younghusband an English explorer has been turned Back by Russia in his purpose to enter and explore Little Pamir in Central Asia the loftiest plateau in the world. Captain Younghusband is one of the Best known of Oriental travellers. Bjor Sterne Bromson the famous norwegian novelist politician has a tall imposing figure with Broad shoulders. His face is clean shaven with a slight resemblance to a divinity student. The Quick piercing glance of his Eye is peculiarly penetrating. Two Bowdoin College students named Cary and Cole have recently distinguished themselves by exploring the grand Falls in the Interior of Labrador. The Falls Are higher than those of Niagara and have hitherto had Only a legendary existence. # Bishop Strassmeyer of Pestle thinks that there will be a general european War before 1894, and that before the world is fifty years older emperors and Kings will have gone out of business and republicanism and common sense be established in every part of Europe. Parisian jewelry fads. A Elf incident. A woman about fifty years old standing in front of the new York and new Haven waiting room at the grand Central depot. She had a Satchel in her right hand and a closed umbrella in her left. A Crosstown car came along and she lifted the umbrella until it pointed at the Drivers left Eye. He put on the Brake and As the car stopped he nodded to her. She changed the direction of the umbrella until it pointed to the neck of the off horse but said nothing. A want a car May am a called the conductor As he held up his hand. She lowered the umbrella walked out to the waiting horses and depositing Satchel and umbrella on the cobblestones she Drew Back her right Arm and brought the open Palm of her right hand Down on the horses neck with a great a swat a a hos Fly a she said As she held out her hand and exhibited an insect of monstrous size which was kicking his last. A thank Yon May am thank Yon a said the smiling Driver As he started the car. A a that Sall right a she observed As she turned to the crowd which had quickly gathered. A a can to fool me on hos effies after living in Connecticut for Twenty eight York evening _ using him up. He it state hour Dat in de late Wall it Ink on de ave rage a bout free Hnud pounds of Lead to kill a Man. She Young and Giddy a my i bet Dat Man Felt used up when Dat free humid puffs struck him a harpers Bazar. Colonel j. M. Weaver sunday school superintendent Temperance lecturer and editor of Van Buren ark., is missing and so is a Large amount of settlers Money. The actual length of the new St. Clair Tunnel is 6,026 feet. It Cost $1,460,000. The largest locomotive yet built in Europe was recently sent out of the Hir Schau works in Munich. It is forty six feet Over All and weighs eighty four tons. G. H. Prescott superintendent of motive Power of the Vandalia lines claims to be running the electric headlights on their locomotives at a Cost of one cent per night. A mortgage for $565,000, Given by the Gettysburg and Harrisburg Railroad Becky la a recently. Cutty joined c0"w 1�?o Favoron the guarantee Trad hands with miss d. Beckel. Lewis Simmons and family of mud Creek visited at West Sunnyside. J. W. Towle and wife of Sunnyside visited at Ira Kintner a sunday. Ira Kintner finished making molasses october 31st. He gave the Young folks a Taffy party which was largely attended and enjoyed by All. Literary notes. And Safe Deposit company was recently filed in the clerks office at Carlisle a. The mexican government has granted a Concession for a railway Between the City of Mexico and Alazada Bay a town on the Pacific coast. It will pass through a Rich Mineral Section and offer the shortest route Between Australia and Europe. This question can be easiest answered by taking a trip Over the Chicago St. Paul amp Kansas City by. Its elegant train equipment fast time and courteous treatment of patrons. Has won for it hosts of friends. It is the most popular route from St. Paul Minneapolis and the Northwest and is fast becoming the favorite line to Dubuque Des Moines St. Joseph amp Kansas City. For rates and information address j. A. Granger A., 23 Clinton building Columbus 45-3t mrs. Burton Harrison author of a the Anglo maniacs a has written for the ladies Home journal two lengthy and what Are said to be the most thorough articles on a social life in new York Ever written. Mrs. Harrison treats Gotham society and the people in it from every Point of View. The first of the articles is to appear in the december journal. Mrs. Frances e. Lanigan the wife of George t. Lanigan the Brilliant newspaper writer will hereafter be or. Bokus chief associate in the editorial management of the ladies Home journal. Mrs. Lanigan has been for years successfully connected with newspaper work and she is said to be one of the Cleverest women journalists in the country. Buckle a Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cats bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum Fer sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Money refunded Price 26 it its per Box. Or 8 a be by j. L. Scott. A the consciousness of having a remedy at hand for croup pneumonia sore Throat and sudden colds is very consoling to a Parent. With a bottle of Ayers Cherry pectoral in the House one feels in such cases. A sense of Security nothing else can give. A Mckinley prices do not seem to interest our free Trade friends As much As they did. There is a sad indifference apparent even in the democratic press nowadays to the important work of showing How much higher everything is than it was before the passage of the Mckinley Tariff. It is simply another Case of a blatant fraud receiving a deathblow from the clenched fist of the indignant honest people. Big game in a Texas City. Roy Lewis killed a wild Bloodthirsty Coyote thursday in the very heart of this City of 40,000 inhabitants. The beast was first seen and fired upon with a Shotgun by a gentleman on the West Bank of the River. Then it swam across and took Refuge in the High weeds on the East Bank near Avenue a Between sixth and seventh streets. Roy saw it peeping out of the Brake As he passed along Avenue a and he went Home for a Little target gun. The Coyote was still in sight when he returned and it dropped dead at the second shot. It was a monster Coyote and when skinned looked like a 1-year-old calf. There Are More of these tenants of the wilderness along the River Bank than any one would think. At a big boarding House on one of the streets near the River it High open basement is infested with a possums. Skunks find a Refuge along the River Aud their Peculiar ancient rancid Ness is a common thing on the night air. Not Long ago it Small Alligator was found pro menacing the asian did Block the production of Wagner so a Lohengrin has brought to the fore in jewellers a displays some very pretty swans made of Mother of Pearl Pale Gold and diamonds. Pierced work is becoming More and More fashionable and it ought to be since the chief desire of modern jewellers is to make articles As Light As possible in appearance. Lamps of various shapes in Silver repousse in a neat Regency style Are boldly carved and show four faces sparingly covered with sprays of Flowers on a latticed ground. Jewelry made in imitation of tapestry showing Flowers Birds insects ornaments and scenes formed by a gathering of tiny Varico lored stones in Relief on a Cloe network of Gold and Platina is very fashionable. A Graceful bathing scene reproduced with etching on a Silver plaque from Boucher a works is framed with a silk Blue ribbon in enamelled Gold flowing along the Side and forming a pretty Bow at the top. The prop at the Back is of twisted Metal. Save the dollars by purchasing your groceries mgt provisions. From h. T. May amp son Corner Clinton amp first its. Ast highest prices paid for country prod it tie oui Blum is two doors East of Post office. Hand made Kip boots 2 sole tap Worth $3.50 for Only $2.50 a Good Kip Boot for men Only $1.75 boys boots $1 25, $1.39 and 81.50, very very cheap. / no Iraq Xhon fit i the cheapest and bes4 la Uigh Oflund. Qualities it school shoes of All grades prices the lowest. Lynde amp Root 2 doors East of Post office. San an by Pav Euh tonic exp vement of Ness. Lozoya Street a

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