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CHARLOTTE, N. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE C
: ' VPk?rw 1 ......
SEIVATOlt VAJ CE OH THE
CIFIC RAILROAD FOR
ment not to leave here pending a vote
on the tariff bill. .He had thought of
going last night or this morning, and
paired himself in favor of the ineass
EJfGLABTO'S POUTlCAt CRISIS
PRICE FIVE CENTS,
COME AND GET A BARGAIN.
The War Resumed In the Home
The President's Ileception--ItIrs
Cleveland's Self Possession
Declared to be the Finest Look-
I us Woman . in Washington.
Washington, June 16 The speech
of Senator Vance late yesterdav on
the Northern Pacific forfeiture was
on tne line of all his efforts on that
plass of subjects. " He excoriated the
.opposition for its easy virtue in the
maiier or. lana grants and the ad
ministration of the public domain.
In the House ihis afternoon the
war; was resumed, and Northern
Democrats, like Campbell, of Ohio
and Curtin, of Pennsylvania claim
ed that the Democrats did as much
or more than : the Republicans for
the Union cause. Mr. Randall
1? n w
resident Arthur's Health.
J!S. the .te re
l "A1""", "cm this city re-
3:;ru" cna"10 of exPresi-
-w-.vuur, me iact remains
!Btly J?sing ground-
WOttKflr flair ko t.
Sr?J5?Sdlt'on.a extremely critical.
Aicaoiv Oil anmit that. Uic. A ...
JohnW- ,Th den deatVof
th"5? Pf whose condition lijt
1- - T " uvoo WUU
uJhZiTi .y rePor63 were pub
l1 a,mMt up to the very daVjof
his death, has inmi 7r.AUL
greatly. Two caused lei to the
,6OTTOU uu malaria whn
wasTuil of mtl UUv his 8
his rPtnrn m, 6 UYBri' ani upon
S'hSSSSf" th? effectsf
Approved tlberalsIAccordlne to
., - ,v7lnc ttequest of
Ireland a Necessity.
. London, June 16 -Lord Derby and
OthAF ni-nnMr,n.k T II . J Quu
. fuwuv xjiuerais nave issu
ed a manifesto to the electors of Liv-
"i,wlu wuicncney say: Libnrnla
must choos hBtLr, ihtl6rala
filQot j , ""cgmuue to
nlfl aiiegiance to princi
ple. We annaal tn t.hna ,
SS? A8m Pary to BUPPort the Un
ionist Association and to follow and
approve Liberals Like Mr. Bright
fed fti?St0Mr- Chamber ffi
n? Selbr?Te- Mr. Goschen, Mr
ofhers88' F Henry Jam6S and may
Irishman, of" 'whatever' 'S
repugnant to employ the
"Cea to nnmnal
. t . -""-"v w a rern ment
arising out of a system of cruel out
rages and terrorism. How lone
would the so-called safeguards last?
lhe re-conquest of Ireland has be-
nH io If5 Ji! . . . "ome Rule
saouu, - uun:nntM BPnamaa
- . " Still we always find -J '
iOTS OF MOMffif
Ready to be spent, when
WE ADVERTISE BARGAINS.
mion cause. Mr. Kandall was this beearv in qk- X , eixecca 0 I diaAotl. i T 7 gnomes mean
anxious to divert t,h Hohata ths themselves. Oneof Ireland and injustice to
intftUMi,',. ,:' vra vr d to -or! w lQen subjects ?"- -ny ipregnant with
.".u),iuviwu.vuauuciB, uuk me xvo- I jlt . v onjp taKinc stimulante
Next ". Ten - Days,
1 WILL 0F7EB
, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
First .Mil M Baildiss,
Sooth T17011 Street, . ... cbarlette. N. C.
BiinOS, CONGRESS & LICE SHOES,
tents' Fine Hand-Made and KmqIim Sewed
BOOTS, BUTTON AND LACE BALS,
BOYS' AND lOUTfU
FINS BOOTS AND SHOES OT ALL GRAnKS
. GENTS' FINE
publicans contested it several min
utes after the time fixed by the House
had expired, j
The reception given by the Presi
dent tonight to'the diplomatic corps.
the army and navy and the judici
ary, brought a vast crowd to the ex
ecutive mansion to ereet Mm.
Cleveland's entrance into society at
the capitol. The mansion was closed
to visitors today and florists Were
busy all day decorating the lower j
room. Particular pains was taken
with the last or largest room in the
mansion and as usual on State occa
sions this and the blue and red par
lors were beautifully, dficnra
Large tropical plants filled the cor
ners, windows -and recesses of the
east room, while the mantles were
oovered with mosses andtnany col
ored fragrant flowers. The large
chandeliers were draped with smilax
and garlands of evergreens encircled
the pillars. The parlors were deco
rated as usual for official receptions.
Tbe mansion was never more elabor
ately id ecorated and perhaps never
Qi'lV C!W --J C I TT 1 contained a larger, more distinguish-
MMJt, vuib CUAU UUUl U&tS, 64 or brilliantly attired throng.
Linens, Doilies, trunks,
UMBRELLAS OF ALL KINDS
SHOS BLACKING AND BRUSHES.
Alma Polish for Ladies' Fine Shoes.
Stock alwas kept lull and
a . . t 4
up to the demand.
anAftl- STTNOSI. COTTON
81kh?JL . QUILTS. HONEY COMB
PJJ' TAPESTRY CURTAINS
MADRAS DRAPERY, SCRIMS,
carriages began to arrive before 9
o'clock and a steady stream of invit
ed guests poured into the mansion
until long after 10 o'clock. An un
usually large, number of invitations
had been sent out, about 1,000, and it
seemed as though every one invited
This iBnn-Cr T .8 BMmuiantB.
toZXt'ZZ? by some of his
w uavo oeen a mistake Ha.
cause it resulted in JrLr
ffi whol unfai
b e to the improvement of his gener
al health tha? was so necessary! The
X onuing, his system be
gan to be much deDresssd T
became subiect J T Jt!? n5,he
Jjons so great aV iTtninh'eT
Sr saturate 5 thr
of flSh Wh5ICt was rapid reduction
ut nesn. When hm nnt im.;..
ibis has been rednvi tn . -.B;
F nff Thi rePated report that he
is suffering from Bright dis i-
bn AthhS? bj u"086 ho have
ff2hlm much in hia illness
iney state most tw;m-i u. .rr'.
lh hfLS fr2m no organic trouble.and;
to inK116 todHy de wholly
to stomach disarrangement, aue
mented by severe malfp f 7TK,-.f:
SfS?.fttto assimilate food ex-Ss?fhSe,ihsht-e
and- mo8,i easily
d ft ha Ld,e8Cnpti0n'and h" general
diet has become a mixture of whisky
aln mAllku 11 ia the P1 "ow to lake
me otn or this month a n
ments have been mde for hVm to
ea, it ne is abln tr otani j
that the . change wl.T be vS
ken ?lm;tJheJetr rides h
Ken Mr. Arthur has greatly enioved
although they have usuallj fagued'
JnvbtnH t0 qoito'lwutrlluS
any benefit he may have received
Tn theWhSS Hf Pre8,id Caeveland
in the White Home is said to have
touched q tendeFohordTn Mr III
?"'" wiiision ana danger, involv
es many muifons of hard earned
mi. Ul taxPayors. .
n i 6 ,9?nservatiTes Ihave selected
XT: j . AU niH a(J areas he re
minds the electors that Jkfr. Glad
stone,, who appeals to their feelings
. " UJ- ogo,- enunciacea thiri
wen years aeo th nrmmnia t.h.
ty years should te the outside age
kTI uu' w "uiu responsi
DlefcP08itiona. He continues:
. The Premier's Dresent lmioi-ri
pic Proposal are singular proof that
Mr. Gladstone's judgment is no Ion-
T.ua.1, is was. xne strength of the
Irish party is due to Mr. Gladstone'?
JtFrlm-oae ae at New
bury this evening, advised Conserva
lives to stick to their oIor t,
minor differences. He Baid be was
gneved thatMr. Gladstone had I?!
&1C'W d Promis-
" w xrejana on a riitnm
iBn rt Wd5Urigb, in a speech
this evenmg, denied that the Con
servatives advocated coercion, which
Bf?d'Jea8 the Iast thmg they de
sired. They would, however, us
eyeryMans in their power to sup
Dress the Land League. Mr
stone's policy meant separation un
der American influence.
competition Twith thiTmniHh "a??0! M sold in
migW 08rtaiow test, short
ans. Wholesalnh '
WE ARE SURE TO TOUCH
Gingham Dress Patterns for 98c
jciuo, uune . wortn less than 12! cants
HILL SELL THIS WEEK
A 4si pleached Domestic at 8 cents per
yard, equal to any sold at 10 cents pe ryard.
'To the VICTOR
eefy higher qualtty. the
far fin. JT Become the recognized standard
tor fine wear among discnmirating gentlemeiT
Forsaleby Ai E. BANKW A BBO
f ' Charlotte, N. C.
IlaDdD fieCGS of the wel1 known Pacific
xjawM at o cents per jard.
They are all handsome.
THEY TIMED Olf THE HOSE
INVEST Vi THEM NOW !
28 cents per yard for our entire stock
French Satteens worth 45 cents.
Hfretns, Wlfe-Beter, Drench
ed by Werf ord's Fire Depart-
Is Pi? ???T conatrncterj and
finished Turbine In the world.
Je5tS?3,PerCttntaKe8 with part
nnrl fill) rvot.. a , -
anv otho, ,hi -P" V'.TU' wi.uw
unvs. IUHK PA.
dDflD lda uns YeiIing Canvass and
Beiges at 35 cents.
They are 36 in. and 40 in. wide, and are all wool.
had availed themsolves of the pipor f !, ttr 8 nature, which left him greatly
tunitv to cateh a elimnnfl' nf th. ! ?,eP.r?88e: It will be rememhArorf
.. House ForiiisliiDis,
T I. SEIGLEi
OBDIBS BY KAIL OS BXPBES3 PBOMPTLT
ATTENDED TO. I .
At 3 cents per yard. !
CR&AM 'CRINKLED v SEERSUCKERS
At Gi cents per yard.
LACES m all widths.
Fine assortment of ORIENTAL FLOUNCLNGS and
Remember onr .White Goods and Embroideries, Para-
E. 1L. CiEESHEK & 0.
SUCCESSOBS TO ALXXAKDEB BABBIS.
THE 0. K. BAKERY
ICE CREAM SAJQQN
Opened for the season,
parties on short notice
Ice Cream and Water Ices furnished to f amiles and
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies Daily.
Just received a choice lot of Potted Meats, Canned Fruits Pickles,
Crackers, &c Also, Imported and Domestic Confectionery.
Cs F- H AtiHISON.
gucoessor to Mayer 8c Joss, i .
r ff ' ABemcdrtoran DUemsetef th UTr,Klk
I IflfAVMnUNUtkaailltinli. A positive
to tWB teaaimonfuls.
8lU in sealed psekaires ai 10 and S&cU. No genuine salts sold la bulk.
L. B. WB1STON, Agent,
-J. U, KEI1DMCE,
B ESX B A R
AND- - -
B I L L I A R D r II ALL
Hooma rented tsd riti eon&.td, In tl ,
AdTrtied tree ol eaa: a.
ACOHFOBTABLEAroomeottaxef pantry And
kitchen, within a tern hundred rardg or the
graded school, and six acres of land tor rent to v
ood tenant Apply to
1anU R. ft OOGHBiNE.Manajrer.
d. a. mm d CO.,
tunity to catch a glimpse of the
'.'first lady of tbe land." -
The Braziliah minister called upon
Prince Leopold ; and companions at
the Arlington i about 11 o'clock this
morning, and jtook them a his cay
riage to the Staje Iepartment, where
they were presented, to Secretary
Bayard, who afterward acoompanied
them to the executive mansion and
presented them to the President.
The preseotation took place in the
blue room with nothing of a. peremp
nious n.atujre. gome pleasant greet
ings and good wishes were exchange
ed. The party 'then ; went, to the
Nayy Department and were intro
duced to Secretary Whitney. They
passed the afternoon driving abou
tne city. They attended the White
ttouse reception this evening and
will remain in the city several days.
The whole town is agog with
praises of the President's wife. She
was radiantly beautiful and perfectly
self-possessed at; the State reception
last night. One . gentleman says :
"She is the loveliest woma.o I ever
saw.'! A ady declares sle the
finest looking woman in Washings
ton.' ' '
There ia a gentleman here named
George H. Gaskins, from Beaufort
county, who has a veyy important
inyentjon. ' '
He is investigating the records of
the Patent Office to see if any thing
has been patented of the same sor.
The principle of the invention is thus
briefly state : An electrip apparatus
is so arranged as to open io a mi)-
nnnVrf V11 thpee years ago rumor
oonfldently predicted that Mr. Ar
thur himself wmiM k j ;
ZlJZfi0uae i th charming
daughter oj Secretary Frehnghuyse
lohu AarshiIl Ciemeat
Died at his home m Mocksville N
?RRateughto,cloCuk m-. June 4th,
1886. He was born at the old Cle
ment homestead near MockvilTe, on
thefirst day o.f November, 1825. - His
Y?J41 BU.caun was, obtained at the
Mocksville vallage school, and under
the teaching of Hugh R. &aU, at
Bethany, IredeU cqunty, ka 'grab
ated at Qettysrg college? in
184, and oMaineflioense to practice
aw at the June term.1848, of the Su
preme court of North Carolina! H
was married; on the day of Jans
pary 4853, to Miss Mary JiX adE?
who sil4 survives him,
la his early life he served one
rm ?A?w??,b8r of legislature
of North Carolina. Tbe rest of his
life was devoted to the profession of
law, in which he was wonderfully,
successful. He was a man of great
ntu?a! ability, and a close student
axi nis life, loving particularly' the
study of law, j?bsessing a -great
yatilty of Attainments, h0 waa es-,
peciaay noted as ah accomplished
and learned lawyer.' By his close
application, he had so mastered the
law that its most intrioate problems
he could reason t as by" intuition.
Ha. was a . brUliant speaker, a close
reasoner and accurate pleader. Be
fore the courts where he practiced
both State and Federal, none stood
higher than John Marshall Clement
His domestigmd social fife was
pleasant nd happy. He was a man
of positive character and decided, op
inions,. He suffered many years
from the disease whinh tinnr
ed fatal. vt p.hAnrfni n na.;,--.
ment every part of an engine foy the pleasant in conversation, eenikl ,ri
purpose of cleaning it out. ? gentle in manners, he wag a most
The Senate Committee on Agricul-1 JJ?tobl Wd attractive man. Though
ture Granted a hearW to onnnnnta i',ou" uul ea aim of
C0BNE8 COLLEGE AND F0TJBTH STS.,
(B. 3t. miler A Son's Building.) ' '- '
Bavs reoelred and bare La stock a full line of
of the oleomargarine bill. A large
number of opponents, as well as ad
vocates of the bill, were in attendance.
Professor Morion, president- of Ste
vens' Institute of Technicology, and
Professor Chandler, formerly presN
dent of the New : yor board of
health, both testified fq being cbem
ical expert and microscopjsts of
many years' experiehce, and to have
devoted much study to the subject of
oleomargarine. ; They concluded that
it is a perfectly wholeaome substitute
for butter, made by equally clean
processes from wholesome materials
The hearing will be continued tomor-.
Mr. Jobn S. Rives, of Washiagton,
having been in communication with
Qivil Service- Commissioner Egerton,
in regard to his alleged purpose to
resign, has received the following
telegram from that gentleman; "No
thought of resigning. ; Am not the
man to retire in front of an enemy. I
intend to remain on the commission
until its foes are less in number than
.now ; particularly in the democratic
party." ."...' ; , , .
Captain Thomas Poynter.'of Curris
tuck, superintendent of the life sav
ing service , on the North Carolina
coast, is in the city. j ,
. Mr. T.B. Hyman, a business man
of Goldsboro. wai here yesterday, on
his way to New York. .
Mr. Forbes, of Curritucfe, ia in tne
pen to various portions, of this and
Mtuer Biases, nis nome for his whole
life was within a half d mile of where
he was'born, and he now sleeps in
the grave yard on the hill, just be
yod overlooking, the meadow and
playground of ia boyhood- fit
peaceful resting paCe,- sq near to
home., so pjosg to h,eavoq. '
iBiiYBH a wira Ann aavan nh l.
dren to mourg his death. The aym
pathies of this entire community and
seotioq of the State are extended to
them in their sorrow. -
" What Do CtraetN Amount To ?
Manchester Union. - ' - , ,
.One Bky- gazer has already scored
three comets tjais season. But what
do they amount to? f hey are no
pracijcai gooa. A bundred score of
such do not amOun to a single one of
the kind that comes within eye dis
tance pf the earth. n such a comet
tuero ia u. . ou can tafee your
best gw-1 Seven nights a. week to gaze
WATBBFOBD.Pa., June 15. Arthur
lliggins. a prominent young man of
this place, recently brought a bride
from Louisville, ly. She cam? of
good family, and is a fraii little crea
ture, but pretty and attractive. Yes
terday -two well known cituens
caught Higgmg in the act of brutally
beating his .bride,, for no other reason
than breaking a plate. They report-
ww w tne uagie hloae Com
pany, of which organization Higgins
ioaiuemoer. ADout 6. o'clock last
mght a false alarm - of fire startled
ITt n&'ad yonS Higgins hast
ened to t.he scene. He was quicklv
seid by three of the men, whife
others secured a crockery crate, un
der which Higgins was placed A
swift stream of water was then turn -ed
on the victim, and a crowd of 500
mn and women witnessed the sport.
Ater.Higgins had been nearly drown
ed, he was released and he sneaked
to Ins home. The firemen then pub
licly expeed him from the depart
ment. Later in the evenine ha wa
expelled m disgrace from the United
Workmen and the Town Club. His
iuw u a weu Known merchant of
the town, and the young man clerks
in the store. Today he was notified
to leave town. Prominent ladies
have raised a subscription to send
Mrs. Higgins to the home e'f her par
ents m lumviUe There is great ins
digna,tion throughout the town, and
the brutal husband is denounced.
Special Washington cor. of the, N. Tf. Woild. ,
George V Hoar, the chairman of
the committee on Privileges and elec
tion, which has had charge of the in
vestigation of the case which certain
xvopucans naye squsht to
make out against Senator elect Payne
was a mamher of the electoral com.
mission with Mr. Payne durine the
winter of 76 and f. Mr farte
also a member of this same commit'
tee, was the leading counsel before
this comrfliaaiop. There are five Re
publican members on the committee
and four Pemocrats. The action of
this committee in refusing to order
an investigation is in accord with the
" wwvduo ui . we sen
ate. The general spirit of that body
is against the investigation of any of
its members. There has not been an
investigation of any charges made
against a Senator sinna th
Pomeroy investigation. - It would not
be possible to genre, at the hands of
he eqftta, an investigation o one
or its members unless a case were
mad QUt beyond all question. Even
the megt extremely partisan do not
oare to gam party advantage by
smudging the reputation of any one
of their associates The Senate in
this reeard. is one of the oAnaact'
close corporations. The Republicans
are as anxious to preserve" the indis
yidual honor of their Democratic as
sociates as are the. latter of their Re
publican brethren. Upon this ground
and. upon the additional ground of
Senatorial courtesy party lines are
never drawn. The Republican mem.
here Of this committee in this case
however, are very explicit in ' their
declayatrqns that nothing has been'
submitted to them which would war
rant in any way the ordering of an
investigation. Charges of corruntion
EVERY YARD OF
relief andpermanentcureofAWVlrw;,??6 I " m Li a "
Electrio aMiniiSi1 voumc Belt wlta
i?V,a, ?er "ea8eg. Complete reeSSl
v2 Health, VtKor and Manhood irnaranteeL
Is Incurred. Illustrated paSJlSSf toSu&
iwi-iAiU Ll' CO., KMahaH. Mich.
?n WBIaker Hab
its cured ar. hm
put pain. Book of particular-!!
CURE "he DEAF
PECK'S PATENT IMPROVED CUSHIONED EAR DRUMS
JLfI "OT"" the Hs.ic. and perform th work of tha
nmtanU iram. Invitible, oomforuble and wnvs in twsitio. All
OMiTer-lKH. nd een whisper, beard di.tiDcUv.'Sei,d forrlteTt!-- I
, FREE. AddreMorHF.HISCOi
849 Broadway, New York. MenUon thwyapen,
i A FRESH LOT OF'
CAN VASS BELTS AT IO CENTS EACH
Wim0W8lt & BABUGHr
CHARLOTTE, N. 0.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
innSp' w: ottDrIe.Sconomil and Perfect
Martet -asteno6rMli: Cleanses It Beady for
Threshing Engines and Horse Powers
!2nrf f1?.,a,VLftenlard Implements Generally.
Send, tor nitrated oatalORue
OFFERS TO THE
A. B. FARQTJHAR.
Pennsylvania Agricultural Works. York-.
le i Retail Trade
trrFjjZf?? J 5 not mean merely to atop U,em
for time and therl hare them return aWn, Imaaa U
radical cure. I have made the toeaMofnsrsirioT
ZSSilSrTS?? osure tie worst esse? Beoiw
The Original and Only dennine.
tPf' 10 " Particular, m lter by ritara iTmlt
NAME P P E rf. hlelirter C heml"".
' ' 5 ' MmjiUoH Square, Pklliju, Pa.
lanlOd&wlr . - . '.
TW tNTYr BARRELS
.lain an old man. For 28 years I suffered with
J.nla -0?- Swift's apetfflcha!
uil - cure aua oanea ten years to my
Hfc. Wn B. Rata, Ball Co., eaT
I have taken Swift's flratna
-wS? at a """"J eoaege at a di8con
HAUL'S medlcal 8tudent 1 grateful to
sajttatttgave me a speedy and thofough cure
ADecsrca Wxhbxl, M. dh Newark, N. J.
fJjJJfwH? early girlhood baa been suffering
adVSaUsm- She ba "ed many remedies,
J-bSmU?r ibaa derived more benefit
-.v.- Ksv. James L. Pxsbcb, Oxford, ea.
A Large Stock of
Colors, Varnies, Etc.;
PIG II i II S,
Boneless Breakfast Bacon,
T O N GUES
Get them UJ
BiRNETT k ALEXANDER.
Free deliverv. Tp1ot1i
caU 81. " r
at IE, ana it vou bave rounrfarl tha
blissful period intQ the home strefcph I ani bribery are easy to makedurine
iuiuuuuj, uom u uuiiQiug I osuBvuiioj cicuiiiuu, : out wnen it
ter than a comet fop aa eiplanation I oomeg to the proof that become n
why you missed the last car.
' 4. Flirt.--.-
Atlanta Journal. '. '
With all due deference to Miss
Eose Elizabeth Cleveland, who nerer
writer a dull thing, and eeldom an
unwise mmg, we must dissent - from
her assertion that a flirt is the most
harmless Derson in the world.? Giv
en a small, quiet 4 neighborhood in a
peaceful locality,' and introduce
a flirt therein, and in the course of
six months she will create mope
harm than Herr Most, Bob IngersolL
Sarah Bernhardt, and a thoroughly
organized poker club, all combined.
uwier masierv senator Pan v
D6en very much annoyed over these
owries. ne remained at Cleveland
and took no part in the canvas All
vi nis associates agree that if any
mmg wrong: took place during tha
canvass ne Knew nothing of ; it. As
the committee has decidm?
. . W WW V.
der on investigation the cam nvainot
the Senator will have to be considers
w ob uisnuBsea. it probably never I
would nave oeen brought if -it hnri
not been for the intense factional
ngnt Decween tbe two wings of the I
democratic party in Ohio.
rs oe 3?f rffla's Kcnec
222. d Skin Diseases mailed free.
xwi vx iiiaai. wuu DBUO C0 CorinctoB Zr
ttayl9deodwly - - " "
pirn e Lard, vstar d ojjvd
... - la for sale by the following '
" LEADING' QEOCEES: - . !
? HlLKBR, s ........ BATBS ft TOTJD, " - . 1 . 1
J. L. DAYB, n-. K. ft. DUHHAM, , .- "
L. A. It IS8MHEIKEB, H. C. IBWIH.
B. B. ALKXANDKB & CO..W. J. FBIDAT. '
K. &. McGiinns. a M. Howeuu ;
Fvpry pstcfe henn onr Bed Trade Kari. and
ONE CAR LOAD
ALL AT CLOSE PRICES.
drd pounds, TSeehodlS nUS 5?
the lower priced tickets w. WnSl.K t0T
log and offering tottrad RMkir "f actur"
W. DAVIS, Supt.
Car Load of 10 tons, - . : 58oDflrtn
From 6 to 10 tons, . . . noSSw
PJomltoBtonsT - - . . S nnSSlS
600 to 1,000 pounds. - - -. " snJSJS,
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