ffejgftft fflmlt) £nhTpmi\
Lises, Wing & Smith, Proprietors,
Term* of Subscription s
“ * 8 00
Three Months "
Invariably in advance.
To city subscribers by the month. Seventy-live
cents, served by carriers.
Liberal Republican Democratic Ticket
For President t
OP NEW YORK.
For Vice President •
B. GRATZ BROWN.
Ntate Electoral Ticlid.
FOR STATE AT LAIIHE,
W T. WOFFORD, A- II- COLQUITT,
H L BKNNINU. El.I WAKKEN,
JULIAN IIAKI’KIDGK, A. 11. HANSEL,
WASHINGTON POE. GEO. I>. LICE.
1 11. G. TURNER, 1. J. RIVERS,
S R N ELY, 8. A. L. HAWES,
1. W. J. HUDSON, 8. P. F. SMITH,
4. JAMES M. PACE, 4. T. F. NEWELL,
5 N R. CASEY, 5. A. M. RODGERS
<! 4. N. DORSEY. . L. J. ALLRED,
7. E. D. GRAHAM. 7. R. A. ALSTON.
JAMES H. BLOUNT,
SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
NC.. .. ' ' ~ 1
Mu. Fkank J. Ukruinoton is our only
authorised City Agent, and he is duly em
powered to solicit work for this oflice, and
subscriptions to the Enterprise.
Mr. Charles L. Mize, book and news
dealer, is our authorized agent in Dawson,
Mr. W. 8. Deidrick, Southern Express
Company Office, is our authorized Agent
J. L Tucker is our authorized agent at
I. N. Seymore, of Byingtons Hotel,
in our authorized Agent at Griffin.
FROM ALL THE WORLD.
BHth Carolina—Scott Sues the
4 has. O’Conor writes a Letter.
New York, October 9. —Gov. Scott, of
South Carolina, has sued the Tribuue for
libel in publishing alleged false charges
against bis administration. Samuel O.
Sinclair, publisher of the Tribune, has
been notified and will give bail to-morrow.
The Herald’s Richmond correspondent
says Charles O’Conor in reply to a letter,
addressed to him by James Lyons, Presi
dent of the Louisville Convention, inquir
ing whether he would give assurrance that
he would serve if elected, and if it was true
that he said Greeley was a man of trans
cendent ability, wrote the following letter :
New York, September 30.
My Dear Sir :—lf I have said or writ
ten anything differing in the slightest de
gree from what is contained in my two
published communications, one to the
Louisville Convention and one to the
Committee, I possess no power of langu
age which would enable me to speak more
plainly ou any of the subjects therein
It may be true, as you suggest, that peo
ple will not vote for any man who will not
announce in a public manner that, if elec
ted, he will serve them. If so, they will
never vote for me. I should regard such
announcement as one made for soliciting
If the Southern people did not know,
before I said anything on the subject, that
one of the candidates is a man of “trans
cendent ability,” they ore singularly slow
of apprehension. The desolation of which
they complain is attributable to him. The
long and disastrous war that filled his
“bloody chasm ’’ with fratricidal slaughter
and involved the whole country in debt
and demoralization is due to the “un
equaled energy ” combined with the folly
of this one exceedingly mischievous man.
I regard the possibility of his election with
inexpressible aversion. If the ideas of
heathen times prevailed, I would cheer
fully surrender my person as a sacrifice on
the altar of that deity whose controlling of
events might be propitiated and induced
to save my country from the impending
I do net write this letter for publication.
With unchanged and unchangeable
friendship, respect and esteem, I remain
nay, dear sir, yours truly,
Indianapolis, October 9.—The election
returns are still very meagre. In Earle
ltiver township, Hendricks county, the
Republican majority is 12, a gain of 18.
The third ward of New Albany gives a
Democratic majority of 134, gain 74
Grant township, Newton county, gives a
Democratic majority of 57, gain 55. Har
rison township, Fayette county, gives a
Republican majority of 82, gain 10. Clark
township, Montgomery county, gives a
Republican majority of 50, Democratic
gain 28. Five townships in White county
give a Republican gain of 52. Washing
ton township, Tippecanoe county, gives a
Republican majority of 5, gain 23. Prai
rie township. Benton county, gives a Re
publican majority of 4, Democratic gain
14. Gregg township, Morgan county, gives
a Republican majority of 92, gain 16.
Perry township, Clinton county, gives a
Democratic majority of 9, gain l. Worth
township, Boons county, gives a Demo
cratic majority of 188, gain 67. Carpen
ter township. Jasper eounty, gives a Re
publican majority of 105, gain 23. Rich
land township, Monroe county, give a Re
dublicao majority of 187, gain 43. Pike
township, Warren county, gives a Repub
lican majority of a 110, Democratic gain
<■ New Castle township, Fulton county,
gives a Democratic majority of 109, Re
publican gain 12. Jackson township,
Hamilton county, gives a Republican ma
jority of 63, Democratic gain 2. Decatur
township. Marion county, gives a Repub
lican gain of 19. Greene township, Mar
shall county, give* a Democratic majority
‘v IkpubHcan gain J 6. Vernon town
*hp, Hancock county, gives a Democratic
majority gain 25 Laurel township,
Eran Min oowuy, jJeaaocMtic majority of
iw, Republican 11. Lancaster township.
Jefferson county, gives a Democratic ma
jority of 50, Republican gain 9
Indianapolis, October 9.—ln forty-one
townships in twenty-two counties, net Re
publican gain on vote of 1970 is 1,002.
Additional returns from 24 scattering
townships sliow a Republican majority in
18, and a Democratic mnjority in six.
Official returns from 97 townships in In
diana sliow a net Republican gaiu of 1,618.
The Chairman of the State Central Com
mittee claims the State by 5,000 majority.
The following are the reported official
majorities: Adams county, deni., 840;
Clinton, deni., 360 ; DeKnlb, deni., (it);
Delaware, iep., 1,185 ; Fulton, dem.. 137 ;
Henry, rep., 1,683; Howard, rep., 964;
LuQrange, rep., 650 ; Putnam, rep , 605 ;
Shelby, dem., 700 ; St. Joseph, rep., 507 ;
Steuben, rep , 875 ; Tippecanoe, rep., 40 ;
Union, rep , 220 ; Vnnderburg, rep., 550 ;
Wayne, rep.. 1.600 ; Miami, rep , 10 ; Mar
shal. dem , 447 ; Green, (9 townships) dem.,
44 : Hendricks, rep., 1,200; Clark, dem.,
675 , Vigo, rep . 150 to 200 ; Montgomery,
dem., 1 iti; Lake, rep., 580. Owen coun
ty (10 townships) gives a Democratic ma
jority of 191 oil the Stale ticket, and for
Voorhees. Democrat, for Congress, 128.
Hunter, Republican, for Congress, leads
his ticket, and it is probable that Voorhees
is defeated. The Republican Central Com
mittee llgurcs the House ofßepresentatives
53 Republicans, 35 Democrats and 1J
doubtful. The contest on (he State ticket
is so close that it will require tiie official
vote to decide it
iNDrANAroLts, October 9.—Special dis
patches report the defeat of Voorhees by
a considerable majority. The Republicans
claim the State for Governor by 2,500,
und the Democrats are confident of Hen
dricks’ election by a smalt majority.
Clinton county is reported to have gone
300 Democratic majority. Returns indi
cate the following result in the Congres
sional districts : Ist, 2d, 3d and 7tli dis
tricts are Democratic, and the sth, Btli,
9th, 10th and Uth districts arc Republi
can. The 4th, Wilson’s, and 6th Voor
hees’ are very close and doubtful.
Fort Wayne, Ind., October 9.—ln
Steuben couuty Brown lias 875 majority.
New York, October 9. —The special
dispatches received in this city indicate
a majority for Hartranft at from 15,000
to 25,000. The results were awaited in
this city with great interest. In the even
ing crowds assembled at the political
head quarters and hotels to hear the re
turns. As the dispatches came in cheers
were given by the adherents of the op
posing parties. The Fifth Avenue Hotel
was thronged with politicians who receiv
ed telegrams until a very late hour. The
Tribuue says: We have been cheated
out of Pennsylvania—have made great
gains in Ohio—not enough, to carry the
State and have nothing discouraging from
Philadelphia, October 9.—The Con
gressional delegation from Pennsylvania
will embrace 18 Republicans and 9 Dem
Philadelphia, October 9.—Montgom
ery county estimates give Buckalew 109
majority. The Evening Telegraph says
the Congressional delegation will be 23
Republicans and four Democrats—Repub
licans being elected in the sth, 16th, 17th,
18th, 20th, 21st, and 24th districts.
Pittsburg, October 9. —The aggregate
of returns from Allegheny, received up to
one o’clock, p. m., give Hartranft 719 ma
jority. Fifty-seven districts yet to be
beard from will probably increase his
majority. Returns come in slowly.
J. S. Neagly, (rep.) is returned to Con
gress from the Twcnty-secoad District.
McJunkin, (rep.) is elected in the Twenty
third District. In the Twenty-fourth Dis
trict, Win Moore, (rep.) is elected over
Philadelphia, October 9. —A special
to the Commercial says nearly all returns
from the State have been received at Re
publican headquarters, aDd make Ilart
ranft’s majority 31,000. The Republicans
gain seven members of Congress and lose
one, in the Luzerne district. Twenty Re
publicans and eight Democrats are elect
ed. The Republicans have a majority of
the Constitutional Convention and 60
members of the Assembly against 40
Democrats. The Senate stands 17 Re
publicans and 16 Democrats; but if
MaClav is elected in Clarion District, the
Republicans will have 18.
Cincinnati, Oct. 9.—Returns from all
but one precinct of the first district are in
—Sayler, dem., has 3,974 majority over
Eggleston for the short term. In tlie same
district, Dodds, dem., has 2,367 majority
over Taft. In the Second District all but
two precincts heard from, Banning, Lib
eral, has 8,490 majority over Hayes ; Wi
ley, Democrat and Liberal, for Secretary of
State, has 5,720 majority over Wikoff, his
majority will be about 5,600 when all the
returns are in.
The following are Liberal majorities in
Hamilton county as far as heard from—
the only precinct omitted is Whitewater
township : Wiley, for Secretary of State,
majority 5,572. Green, for Judge of Su
preme Court, majority 8,709. Riley, for
Hoard of Public Works, majority 3,779.
For Congress, from the First District,
Taylor's majority 3,962 ; Dodd’s majority
2,349. Second District, Banning’s major
ity 1,481. The Liberal majorities on the
county ticket range from 2.967 to 4,674.
Columbus, October 9.—Returns up to
this time are as follows: Allen county,
five townships, gives Wikoff 1,041, Wiley
1,155; Ashland county, one township,
gives Wikoff' 87, Wiley 182; Athens
county, two townships, gives Wikoff 493,
Wiley 402; Butler county, seven town
ships and one ward of the city of Hamil
ton, gives Wikoff 1,197, Wiley 2,077.
Clark county, four townships and three
wards in Springfield, show a Republican
gain of 138. Clinton county gives Smith,
Republican, for Congress, 1,280 majority.
Columbiana county, five towns, gives !
Wikoff 1,883, Wiley 1,123. Cuyahoga
county, seven towns and fifteen wards of
Cleveland, give 10,732, Wiley 7,683.
Dark county, nineteen towns, show a Re
publican gain of 392.
Cincinnati, October 9.—A special to j
the Gazette from Indianapolis says 171 !
townships give a net Republican gain of
! Columbus, O, October 6.—The State j
I Republican Committee claim that they '
MACON, GA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1872.
have carried Ohio from 15,000 to 18,000.
The Democratic Committee concede be
tween 10,000 and 15,000. The Republi
can Committee also claim that they elect
ed twelve Congressmen ccrtniiilv, with
more than a fair probability of two addi
tional. Tliis gives the Democrats seven
Representatives in Congress—a gain of
two in Hamilton county. The Democrats
do not concede the sixtti and tenth dis
Cincinnati, October 9. —ln Clark coun
ty the complete Republican majority is
1,297. In Preble county the complete Re
publican maj. is 440. Tliirty-flvo addition
al towus and twelve counties complete, give
2.385 Republican majority for Wikotf. —
Warren county returns, official, give Wi-
VVoir 3.660; Wiley 2,060 ; Smith 3,651 ;
Sohn 2,029. One hundred and forty seven
towns, two cities, eleven wards and two
counties, complete, give 6.319 Republican
majority for Wikotf.
Tlic Hoard of Trade.
OlehraliiiK the Itiiriiing.
Ciiicauo, October 9.—To duy the
Board of Trade took possession of Its
new hull in the building of its Chamber
of Commerce, erected on the site of the
one destroyed in the great fire a year ago.
To-day is the anniversary of the great
fire, and many people celebrated it by a
removal to new quarters in the rebuilt por
tion of the city. The Tribune appears
this morning in its new form, of eight
pages, and is issued from its rebuilt office
in the burnt district. Both the Times and
the the Tribune publish sixteen puges this
morning, largely devoted to reviews of the
calamity and wonderful restoration of the
The Alabama and Chullanoogn
Chattanooga, October 9. —The Ala
bama and Chattanoogn Railroad is now in
operation from Chattanooga, Tcnu., to
Meridian, Miss., and is run by J. C.
Stanton. This event is hailed with plea
sure and cntliusiam by the people all
along the line, who have so long been de
prived of the benefit of the road.
The Colored Troops right Nobly.
St. Louis. October 9. —About 3-o’clock
this morning, during a heated political
discussion between J, Milton Turner, the
colored United States Minister to Liberia,
and Gen. W. Medley, another prominent
colored man, of this city, the latter stab
bed the former in the left breast inflicting
a probably fatal wound. Turner was
conveyed to his residence and Medley
For the Great rule.
Atlanta, October 9. —A. B. Allen &
Cos., of New York, have entered a fine lot
of cattle—a Yorkshire and a Jersey from
Long Island, aud sheep and swine from
the Royal College of Cirencestor, Eng
land, and poultry from New York.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jacob
Gloss, deceased, will please come forward
and settle with Valentine Kalin, Administra
tor, and all who have any claims against said
estate will please present them to the under
signed for settlement.
131-457 VALENTINE KAHN.
B. n. WRIULEY. WW. A. CHERRY.
B. H. WRIOI.EY & CO„
General Conmim Merchants,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
<l6 & IIS SECOND BRTF.ET,
123tf Macon. Ga.
MANDFACTUHEHH OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Harness, Saddles, Collars, Horse Equip
ments and Clothing Generally.
ALSO a full assortment of LEATHER of a'
kinds, Enameled Cloth, etc.
Saddlers and Harness Makers Hardware and
Cash paid for HIDES, FURS, SKINS, WAX,
WOOL and TALLOW. 5-162
THE KENT AND CHEAPEST.
W. P. CARLOS
88 tlulberry HI., naeon, (>a.
I AM now fully prepared to furnish pure bot
tled SODA WATER in any quantity. Ord
ers by mail or telegraph promptly attended
I have in store and am constantly receiving
every description of
- Fancy and Family Groceries,
and every delicacy when in season.
Bar and Restaurant up stairs, supplied with
the UM lr, the market.
Parties purchasing goods from me can always
rely upon them being fresh and ffrot class in
WM. P. CARLOS.
TO BE LEFT TO THE
DECISION OF THE FARMERS.
r I'M IE question of caterpillars ami it* terrible
_l_ destruction of the fteocy staple having,
like the Hood of old. abated, a stiii more
momentous question involves especial consid
eration at the hands of the farmers. For many
lonjf years E. Isaacs has catered to the wants
of the traveling public; and to the farmers,
the very bone and sinew of our beloved South,
he has taken special pains to make them feel at
home while In the city. His tables are lilled
and the usual “allowancing” is not “allowa
ble.” Indeed you get. what von call for and
that without stint. Now the qiutatiqn is:
fill tlie Farmers Support Him ?
This question Is propounded with the eonfi
deuce that will lx* announced with that little
but expressive monosylahlo which is so famil
iar with young people enamored of each other
—yes! 'l'hc sturdy farmers Rhowb too well
the comfort that await mm ut the
To answer otherwise than affirmatively to
tile above men united question.
Wliile on the subject Mr. Isiuioh wishes to
gay that Ids patronage has go lficrcased ns to
compel him to provide more ample accommo
tlons, unci that he hag longed largo and airy
rooms of Hairs new building adjoining ills
own. A line bar ia attached to this house.
E. ISAAC’S, Proprietor.
135-160. Cherry Street,
Wm. M. Penplutox. Wai.tkii T. Ross.
PENDLETON & ROSS,
(Successors to J. M. Bourdinan.)
Corner Mulberry and Second Streets.
HI A ('ON, GA„
WHOI.ES4I.E AND BETAII, DBAXEHg IN
SCHOOL BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS,
LAW BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
CAP, LETTER and NOTE PAPER,
ENVEI.OPES, LEGAL BLANKS,
WRITING INK, COPYING INK,
CARMINE INK, INDELIBLE INK,
GOLD PENS, PENHOLDERS.
STEEL PENS, PENCILS,
CIIAI.K CRAYONS, RUBBER,
WAX, OIL COLORS,
BRUSHES, CAN YAS3, PLAYING CARDS,
CHESSMEN, BACKGAMMON BOARDS,
DOMINOES, BILLIARD CHALK,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
And in fact everything usually kept iu a llrst
class Book and Stationery Store.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention. Prices as low as nny other house
in the South.
Orders for printing solicited.
PEND I .ETON A ROMM,
113-544 Macon, Georgia.
FORT VALLEY, GEORGIA,
II IKEA K FAST HO BINE
For the Train from Savannah, Augusta and Ma
con to Columbus.
OINNEIt HOB BE
For the Train from Eufunla and Albany to
For the Train from Columbus to Macon, Sa
vannah and Augusta.
Large comfortable Rooms with Fire places
and every Convenience. 112-190
Nearly opposite the Passenger Depot,
(Only one minute’s walk.)
THIS House is centrally and conveniently lo
cated, with large airy chambers, Ladles’
Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bath Rooms,
Barber Shop, and organized In every respect
for the comfort of families and single gentle
men travelling through, or making a home In
our city. The tables are second to none in
Rates of transient lioard 13 per day.
T. 11. HARRIS, Prop’r.
C. J. Maci.ei.lan,
Caterer mid Superintendent.
J. 11. liAitms, In the Office.
JNO. B. WEEMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE ON 3d STREET OVER
1.. W. RANDAL’S STORK.
rpUFS HOTEL ranks second to none in
X Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE BOOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term, it is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant.
The best Water in Georgia.
G. W. BYINGTON,
ELDER A MO.Y, proprietor.
THIS well-known house is now open to all
Who wish to visit the far-famed Indian
Spring. The Hotel is nearer the Spring than
any other, with pleasant and shady walks lead
KATZS or BOARD.
OneWjek 10 00
One Month 35 00
Children and servfats half pri<*.
3tf ELDER A SON
WILL FIND ITTOTJIKIB AD
VANTAGE TO CALL ON US
BEFORE MAKING THEIR
WE HAVE IN STORF,
100.000 LBS. BACON CLEA R R.
25.000 LBS. BACON SHOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, till grades.
500 ROLLS 2\ BAOUINU.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Have, und ate odciing at very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, all
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES HAY.
1.000 BUSHELS CORN,
Together with a lull stock of all
all goods in our line of business.
fF long experience and a thorough know!
edge of the business in all its diversified
branches are essential to the keeping that which
the public has long heard oj hut seldom seen,
A GOOD HOTEL,
the undersigned flatter themselves that they
are fully competent to discharge their obliga
tions to their putrons; but they arc not only
experienced In hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
BEST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FURNISHED
house throughout, in the State, which Is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have It sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT ANU ADJACENT TO
THE I'ASSKNOEH OK COT.
where travelers can enjoy th ('most sleep uml less
liable to he left by the perplexlngly constant
departure of (ho trains.
To all these important advantages Is added
a TABLE that Is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country cun
afford : nor would they omit to mention thut
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politeness and atten
tion to guests.
For the truth of these statements, we refer
the public to our patrons who reside In every
State In the Union.
E. E. BROWN A SON, Proprietors.
Macon, Ga„ April 15, 1872. 78-10*
(SucceßKor to tin* Into nmi of Smith, Wcstqolt.
& (Jo., mid of Smith, McOluahun At (Jo.)
MANUFACTf'RKK AN! DBALKII IN
SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds,
UI BBER, GIN BANDS, ETC..
Together witli every article usually kept In a
ios chi:nit v st., maco.ni, ha
Mac on and Brunswick Railroad Office, I
Macon, Ga., August 2d, 1872. j
ON and after August Bth, Excursion Tickets
to New York and return, can be had at
this office, S3B 00 for round trip. Tickets good
until Oct. Ist, 1872.
(IS tf E. .1. MARTIN. G. T. Agt.
FOR TIIE FALL AND WINTER TRADE
LAWTON Ac BATES,
I'oh rili Street, (Next Door to UnxvtOM A WllliiiffliHiii.)
ARE prepared to famish the trade with
GROCERIES, 1*1(0VISIONS. PLANTATION SUPPLIES, BAG
GING, TIBS, BTC'., ’
on aa reasonable terms us any house In Georgia. We will keep constantly on hand. BACON
LARD, CORN, OATS, HAY, SUGAR, COFFEE, BAGGING and TIES, and a general assort
ment of such goods as are kept In a llrst class Grocery House. Give as a call. We are mailing
II"’ LAG LB FLOURING MILLS, and
direct-special attention to ottr “CHOICE,” "EXTRA," “FAMILY" Fleurs. They will be
louml exactly adapted to the trade, uml wo guarantee every barrel to give satisfaction Onr
prices are as low ua those of the same grades can be bought in the South.
CORN MF.AL, bolted amt unbolted, always unhand, of our own make and of the beat
H. BAND Y&CO.,
tin and sheet iron roofing,
r j TIN and galvanized iron cornices
W Id'll \ Executed at short notice and satisfaction
\ 0 j \ j|/| J guaranteed,
D y til ’**’ 40 Street, itlacen, Ga.
1 I Particular attention given to Glittering put up
\ \ with
\ ’ WOODRUFF'S
\ PATENT BATE FASTENINGS.
IMPROVED m GEAR.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
THE settling of the Gin House floor has no edect on the Gearing. King Post of Iron and all
the work bolted to Iron.
IT IS MADE TO LAST, AND TO RUN TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LIGHTER THAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE.
Cull and see for younsclf.
I build a Portable Horse Power that challenges nil other MAKES, bnt It will not do the work
wltti the same Draft that my PATENT GIN GEAR will.
All kinds of Machinery made and repaired at
( ROCKETT’S IKON WORKS,
108-186 Near Brown House, Macon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the place where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P. TA YLOR,
Cor. Cotton Avenue and Cherry Street,
DEALERS IN r
FDBBITUBE, CARPETINGS, BIS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
Metalic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
Orders by Telegraph promptly attended to. ________________
JAAKS 11. BLOUNT. ISAAC HAEDBMAN.
BLOUNT St HARDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE, at entrance Ralston Hall, Cherry
Barber Shop For Rent.
THE Basement room, formerly occupied by
Mike Napier, in Brown’s Hotel building .s
for rent. This is dne of the best stands for a
B^u 0P !n the cUy ' BWW& HOTEL.
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