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Newark Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Newark, Ohio NEWARK DAILY ADVOCATE VOLUME 117 12 Cents Per Week NEWARK OHIO MONDAY MAY 19 Single Copy 3 Cents NUMBER 70 A Events out the State DEATH FROM TOOTH-PULLING Our Man in Agony inul from the of by a ut Occurred in ent of State LIMA 0 Hay of South street lied Saturday evening at -I o'clock in terrible of tlie glottis The 1 rouble several days from tooth W C4 Ebersoll came here last week and advertised ii of pain Mr iore teeth taken out and tennis and jaws d swelling in death The at- it attributable ised by the known hers had oil are s manufactured Dr Ebersoll ill excellent is an oil well from Bradford ir grown LABOR DISPATCHES Lending a Will SI Strike News May threatened tie-up of the big hotels by the waiters may occur soon affecting the Palmer Grand Pacific Briggs Com- Southern Woodruffs and lumbia A member of the executive committee of the Culinary Alliance said a general movement on all these hotels would soon be made he said had reached The conclusion that the keepers were putting them oft for the purpose of preparing to defeat them committed would make a final de- mand and it refused a general strike would follow at once a Object of the King of Belgium's Visit to London AFTER ENGLAND'S SUPPORT tending to tist S K by infill the way Tlie at borne Mr rove driller wh her He a anil 1 Mi here was ly bv brother-in-law Frank There lias been rouble the Cor time over on some land to Perkins was by they met re- tlie when a chib and brained his Found May body ol V H clerk at tlie who dis- i Sunday a was found in the Ohio river at UN- ing Sim Ind late His believe lie was foully dealt with fan be ad- ed for The remains Were to city Ins a requisition from the nl Michigan for the return to that ot Samuel and Smith at Detroit fur obtaining under pretenses and now tinder arrest at Old May AnguM F died here Sunday morning W is claimed that he was the oldest volunteer soldier of the rebellion He born in Moscow in He enlisted in A Nineteenth Ohio in 1861 when years old Minors Demand May 111 and a very important here and nine should a and thai the the state be enforced Out ol I May Robert Me the famous Highland county released from tlie on ol his He left for Important to Organized Labor May and the Machinery Con- National Trade assembly begin their annual meetings at Cleveland day having ex- their willingness to with and assist the file and rasp makers tlie National Trade bly have decided to send a delegate to attend both meetings Samuel Perkins of Newark has been selected for the purpose The meetings will be ant ones for organized labor A of Strikers May meeting of the striking employes of the port National tube works yesterday was addressed by General Manager Converse Over men were in attendance Mr Converse made a half hour's speech at the con- of which he offered to introduce the system in all departments practicable Tlie offer was discussed by the men and by a unanimous vote it was decided to hold out for the lOper cent advance demanded to Strike BOSTON May The building ers union of this city voted at their meeting last night not to strike for an advance in wages It was feared that a strike would have an injurious effect upon the carpenters movement The union also voted not to work on buildings being erected by builders employing ters Strike Over QUINCY Mass May granite workmen's strike is over raid the ters polishers and blacksmiths resumed work this evening An English cate is negotiating for the purchase of the granite business of this city It is that is involved OBITUARY at Several SI 1 May newsboy named was struck by lightning and probably tally in ed His clot were almost entirely from his body May Wells of VV Va was killed Saturday morning a on a freight train METHODISTS SOUTHERN a I I li ion From ians for ST Mo May At day's session of the general conference of the M K Church South the com- on fraternal correspondence to which was referred a communication the general conference to point to meet appointed by the house of bishops and house of of Presbyterian Episcopal for a e on organic union etc re- ported and the report was adopted by a mous vote The committee hold that the spirit of the had always been broad and catholic and that policy would never be abandoned The church had never divided from any church Tlie committee wanted those who had made division to make overtures for reunion A condemning Sunday newspapers was the tee on the Sabbath I in Saratoga May The Presbyterian in up the re- port of the committee on methods ing s in the confession and voted after the speeches of Drs Croshy and Patterson speeches be limited to ten minutes Speeches were made by several representatives after which the conference adjourned for the day faille Ind May Within the last hours ten head of tine milch cows -ome of them being tered died from the effects ot son by unknown persons Some of i in -e line cattle have dropped dead on streets whily being driven to city Upon examination it has been that the animals had eaten arsenic Officers are gating the matter Prisoners 111 May Five of the prisoners confined in the jail at this place their escape Saturday evening bl out a stone in ths with dynamite ol May Senator Charles S Adams died yesterday Last Monday night while at the Concordia club he was seined with a stroke of which he did not recover Senator Adams was a native of Va and was 57 years old He was an influential member of the Golden Chain Royal Arcanum and United States Benevolent Fraternity The funeral will take place Tuesday Hopes of BKOOKLYN N Y May Kopes president of the Brooklyn Trust company charities commissioner ami the largest South American merchants in New York sit his residence in this cily yesterday at the age of 70 years He was one ot prominent men in the political business and social circles ol Brooklyn and leaves ii large family Well Cont ami Builder Pun May frode a well known contractor and builder died yesterday He built ly all the Pennsylvania railroad bridges his speedy work in repairing the flood was ly complimented Death was the result of injuries caused by being thrown un- der a wagon sometime ago of Milwaukee KANSAS CITY Mo May master of Milwaukee H Paul who was stricken down with paralysis on Tuesday morning last died at 5 o'clock Sunday morning not having re- covered consciousness The funeral services will be held to-day at 3 o'clock and the remains forwarded to kee for burial Oil Dealer May O West of the firm of C West Sous oil dealers died Sunday of pneumonia fit his country seat Oak Mount Washington Mr West was at onetime secretary and treasurer of the Standard Uil company's branch here of the CHICAGO May easily the leader of the Chicago bar died at his home 1731 Prairie avenue at 9 o'clock last night after only two hours illness of a very acute congestive chill Mr Dexter was born at Dexter a little town in Michigan in 1883 A BALTIMORE May E berlain a prominent citizen died at his residence here Sunday aged 84 He was a member of the I O O F for three years and the last surviving ber of tlie Pocahontas tribe of Red Men He Germany ami Imminent and that is In Banger Un- less Ho Has Hand of Deals a Crushing to Torn by anil Almost by of Sick Boasted to Death May visit of the King of the Belgians to London proves to have been not solely for the purpose of attending the of the prince statue at Windsor though that was its only ostensible object It is developed by a close inquiry in circles best informed diplomatically that Leopold is anxious in regard to the con- independence and autonomy of Belgium He believes that war between many and France is imminent and he fears that in tlie general alteration of the map of that will follow Belgium will be absorbed by her big neighbor on the east unless she find strong friends to support her claims to ued independence England's influence has more than once before been thrown on Belgium's side When questions of Germany's pretentious in that direction have been at issue and King Leopold's real reason for visiting London at this time was that ho desired a personal surance from Lord Salisbury that En- gland would guarantee Belgium's neutral position in case of a man war An interview was had accordingly and the desired assurance was given There is no doubt that England would go to any length required in order to prevent such an increase of German territory and power as would be in- in the acquisition of either or Holland toward both which countries the German statesmen are suspected of constantly casting greedy eyes The recent meeting of Lord bury and Mr Gladstone at dinner at tlie Grand hotel was furthermore arranged for tlie purpose of making Mr stone acquainted with the renewal of the understanding between England and Belgium as to a guarantee of the position of neutrality in case of war it is part of the unwritten law or British statesmanship that the leader of the opposition shall be made acquainted with the salient features of the ment foreign policy and the present in- stance furnishes an illustration of this custom King Leopold also visited Mr Gladstone on Wednesday and had along conversation with him The result of the king's trip to England it is believed will prove to have had a slightly cial effect upon the future position of his country ANOTHER MINE DISASTER A Shaft on Fire and Serious Liable to Follow SHAMOKIN May Neilson shaft is on fire having caught from the burning timbers of the breaker which was destroyed last Friday night The lower levels are filled with gas five mules at the bottom are dead and nineteen on the top levels will probably be suffocated Tlie fire is known to be in No 12 vein at a depth of feet but its extent cannot be determined upon as no one can visit that level and return alive Smoke and foul air was noticed issuing from the air course of No 13 level at 4 p m yesterday The breaker fire day destroyed the boilers and one fan Yesterday steam facilities wore obtained and a fan started to ventilate the mine but it failed to drive out the gas in tha upper level The mine is making gas fast and serious explosions will occur il it reaches the fire Late last night it was decided to turn the Carron Run creek into the shaft and drown out the burning shaft It will take thirty-six hours to turn the creek and if the fire is in the locality which the mine foreman thinks it is it will three or four before the water wiH reach the fire The gas and fire is so dangerous that every precaution is being taken to prevent loss of life Explosion in a Mine Pa May ex- plosion of fire damp occurred Saturday evening at the Empire colliery of the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal company Two men William Thornas and Robert Craig were killed The explosion was terrific and set fire to the timber in the vicinity and it is feared it will result in serious damage to the colliery Two More WILKESBARRE Pa May body of Michael Henry and another so badly mangled as to be boyond tion were brought to the surface a1 Ashley yesterday CHOKED ON SAND A York Killed the Caving in of a Well NEW YORK May H cells night in the New York was killed by the caving in of a well on his place at Woodside L I Saturday Mr Parcells was repairing the well when it partially caved in burying him nearly to the neck The quicksand continued to rnn down and the efforts of neighbors to extricate the unfortunate man only increased his danger A rubber was procured and placed in Mr mouth so that he conld breathe after the sand had ered his head After several hours bor sand was cleared away again but it was found that Mr Parcells had been to death He was one of the leading citizens of Woodside He leaves a widow and six children in com- circumstances or Money NEW YORK May Kate Smith a handsome little brunette of 21 caused great excitement at the rrand Central depot Saturday night by firing two badly pistol shots at Daniel Wilson of us he was about tc take a train Neither party would make sny statement but it was learned that Wilson bad been living with the woman and had lett her She demanded that he return to her or give her money for her support He refused to do either and she fired Wilson run away but was caught The woman was locked uj charged with felonious assault mid son was held as a witness Wilson was well dressed and had more than in his pocket to liuni n Court House DALLAS Tex May attempt was made at midnight to burn the court house The county records and other valuable papers were found placed in a heap saturated with oil and fired Timely discovery prevented their total destruction Accident at u Circus N Y May the performance of Lee's circus here Saturday night a section of the reserved fell carrying down several hundred people and causing great ex- Many persons were cut and bruised but the only severe injury was to a man leg was broken Tha proprietor settled damages with the in- jured persons on the spot A Policeman CHICAGO 111 May ser a police officer shot nnd killed self at 1 o'clock Sunday morning in the presence of his wife and children De- because of continued health is given as the cause GREAT DISASTER IN SIBERIA Hundreds of Liven Lost n and a Tornado ST May scenes are reported as having during the burning of Tomsk the tal of western Siberia The place was visited by a conflagration and a tornado the result of the combined disasters being the destruction of three-quarters of the buildings which were of wood and the loss of hundreds of lives The cathedral situated in the high town is in ashes The walls of the in falling crushed an adjacent pital burying the inmates who were subsequently roasted alive The son brutally refused to render the least assistance in saving lives and property on the plea that they had enough to do to protect the barracks and other buildings They also added that they had no time to assist less exiles As if fire and water were not capable of inflicting misery enough on the un- fortunate outcasts the storm was lowed by a sudden fall in the ture and soon the devastated city was buried beneath a mantle of snow that added stinging cold to the sufferings of the thousands of shelterless men women and children THE Toledo a Destructive Sunday Losses TOLEDO O May which started in the Crescent Candy company's establishment early yesterday morning spread rapidly to the wholesale grocery of Wood Mauzy Before the flames were extinguished all four stories of the candy store were gutted and Wood suffered almost a total loss on their grocery Lyttle and wholesale riage and saddlery establishment was slightly damaged by water and smoke The losses Crescent Candy com- pany Wood Mauzy Lyttle Weeman Damage to building All covered by in- surance Hotel Destroyed By Fire ATLANTIC CITY N J May Osborne hotel this city caught fire and was partly consumed at 1 o'clock Sun day morning The hotel was but re cently opened for the summer season and is one of the largest in the town The origin of the fire is unknown but i is supposed to be incendiary There were thirty inmates but all escaped un harmed The house will be immediate ly rebuilt Spontaneous Minn May combustion and an explosion in the dus room of John A Cole's flouring mill a Saturday afternoon tore awr the entire roof and set fire to the build ing a frame structure five stores high The water supply was limited and mill was entirely destroyed The loss i insurance less than Mixed Up with Cinders JOLIET 111 May wreck was caused on the Alton yester day about two miles this side of mington at Prarie creek Twenty flat cars loaded with cinders are piled in confusion at the place named The en- gine jumped the track tearing up tha rails for a long distance No one WM injured Three Men Mett Instant Death Near ville Tennessee NASHVILLE Tenn May men met instant death near Danville Friday night by the explosion of the boiler of a locomotive drawing a freight train The train which was between Paris and Erin on the Louisville and Nashville railroad was going up the grade between Danville and gravel pit when the explosion occurred The accident was caused by bolts ing out The engine was thrown from the track Five cars loaded with were demolished and Matt Connors the engineer George Stall fireman and Jack Wheatley brakeman were killed Probable Program of- Week's Proceedings the N BOTH THE SENATE AND HOUSE Tlie Silver Continued in the Upper While tlie House Will and Vote on tlie Tariff Dispatches from National Capital May the senate his week tha discussion of the silvei will be continued indefinitely eral of the western senators are down f 01 long speeches and the end of the debata is not yet in sight An effort will be made to hold a Re- publican caucus during the week to some to some agreement on the silvei question and to determine upon a limit to debate but the discussion is likely to fill out the week at least Tuesday after 4 o'clock in to be devoted to eulogies on the late Representative Kelley of sylvania and Saturday as usual will be given over to the calendar The house will conclude the tariff dis- cussion this week Twice the tion of the river and harbor has been postponed by action of the Republican caucus of the house and it was under- stood that it would be called up as soon as the tariff had been disposed of The tariff will be placed on its final passage on Wednesday and it is the intention of the elections committee which has right of way to call up the contested election ease of McDuffle Re- publican against Turpin Democrat from the Fourth district of Alabama on Thursday so that the river and harbor will not come tip before the ing week at the earliest unless a caucus should decide to allow it to be brought forward this week The election's committee has reported in favor of the seating of Mr McDuffie the contestee and a minority report has been filed by thei Democrats favoring Mr Turpin's retention of his seat Friday will as usual be devoted to the and passage of private bills Canaday to Resign WASHINGTON May is settled finally that Sergeant-at-Arms Canaday of the senate is to resign to take effect probably July 1 His successor is to be chosen at a caucus of Republican ators It is likely that Mr Leeds of Philadelphia tine of Nebraska and Col Swords of Iowa will be put in nomination in the caucus but it looks as Mr tine would have a clear field after the ballot The position of sergeant-at-arms ana floor keeper of the senate pays It is considered particularly desirable be- cause of the patronage connected with it The sergeant-at-arms is the tive officer of the senate Col Canaday has held the position of arms for nine years He was appointed from North Carolina to succeed Dick Bright at the instance of Senator man who has used his influence ever since to keep him him in office Saturday's Congress WASHINGTON May the house Saturday a conference was ordered on the senate The tariff was considered in sections and an ugly row occurred in which Bynum of Indiana used unparliamentary guage concerning Bayne of nia for which he received the censure of the 12B nays 103 The session was protracted by this incident until p when the house ad- In the senate the calendar was taken up and a number of bills passed After a brief executive session the senate ad- To She Speaks Every American Since the introduction of it into my kitchen three years ago I have used no other in making biscuits cake etc and have entirely discarded for such purposes the combination of one-third soda two-thirds cream of tartar BASE BALL Standing of the Various at the of the Fourth Week CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION NATIONAL LEAGUE Clubs Won Philadelphia 12 Chicago Cincinnati Brooklyn Cleveland New York Pittsburg 8 Boston 9 BROTHERHOOD CLUBS 9 10 U 7 9 Clubs Chicago Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia Cleveland New Buffalo Won 11 13 ja Lost 7 7 0 11 10 12 Lost 0 10 8 11 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CLUBS Clubs Rochester Athletics Louisville St Louis Won 10 13 12 11 Lost 7 7 9 12 10 13 13 16 Toledo 10 Syracuse 10 10 Brooklyn 4 SUNDAY'S GAMES At Philadelphia 3 ville 5 At 3 bus 11 At 2 Toledo 3 At 11 St Louis 9 SATURDAY'S BASE BALL National Philadelphia 6 Cincinnati 4 Boston fl Chicago 4 New York 0 land Pittsburg 6 Brooklyn 4 Players League Philadelphia 10 7 New York 13 Buffalo 0 Cleveland 13 Boston 5 Brooklyn 8 Chicago 2 can 8 Athletics 5 Stars 5 St Louis 0 Rochester 7 bus 6 Brooklyn 9 Toledo 8 TRAIN IN NEW YORK He Expects to His in Sixty NEW May the passengers arriving yesterday on the steamship from Liverpool was George Francis Train on his journey the world Mr Train slid down a rope from the big steamer into a boot und was brought to the city from quarantine early in the morning He was soon holding an informal at his old quarters in the Continental hotel looking as bright and fresh as when he started He said he had been sixty days on the voyage and expected to finish it in five days more He has plenty of time to beat the ord without hurrying so he will staj here until this evening He will start on a special car attached to the Chicago limited 011 the New York Central at ij o'clock Chicago at 9 p m Tuesday and Omaha at p in Wednesday At that point lie will take a special train for Tacoma Havoc Among llio Crops in Kaunas KANSAS CITY May from points in Kansas state that damaging frosts fell there Thursday night and that wheat fruit and vegetables were more or less affected At Eldorado the thermometer registered below freezing The wheat crop was considerably in- jured and fruits and vegetables were also hurt At Atchison wheat was aged and some fields that had begun to bloom were mined The frost was very heavy at Emporia but seems not to have done much damage except to vegetables To Be Held at oil June 17 Special to tlie Daily Advocate i ZANESVILLE Ohio May Congressional Committee of this fourteenth district met here this morning and set Tuesday June 17th as the time and Zanesville as the place for ing the Democratic Congressional Conven tion III NewarK Friday May SO Under Lemert Post Mo 71 A It The commitee from the soldier to arrange for the proper ance of Decoration Day held a meeting last and prepared the following Assemble at G A R Hall at 9 a m all ex Soldiers and Sailors Sons of erans and ladies of all Belief Corps Order of Grand Marshal Major Edwin Nichols Asst Marshals Colonel Campbell and Major David Thomas Form at a m on Park Walk west side right resting on northwest corner of City Police A B Drum Corps Co G 17th Ohio National Guards Civic Societies of Veterans Post No 71 A R Union Veteran Legion Ex Union Soldiers Marshal Sh Cecelia Cornet Band of St George Special detachment of and Sailors foi decorating at Me Calvary ery Civic Societies Column will move around the Park am on passing West Main street the St celia Cornet Band will break to the lef and proceed on West Main to Fifth thence on Fifth to street and on to Mt Calvary and decorate The Main column moving on around to East Main street thence to Cedar stree and thence to Cedar Hill cemetery and decorate northeast quarter of cemetery under command of comrade Geo A Ball north-west quarter under command ot Capt Geo W Coulter quarter under command L H lascho quarter under command of comrade Marion Chrisman Mt under command of comrade Peter Murphy After decorating both columns will re- turn to the Park and dismiss for dinner AFTERNOON EXERCISES All and Sailors Sons of erans and Union Veteran Legion will semble at G A B hall at sharu and at 2 p m inarch to Music Hall where the exercises will be held G A E Drum Corps Prayer by comrade J H Music by the choir by Hon K N Vorhees of Music by the choir Benediction by Eev J H Gardner Genl Committee of W A LOVETT L H INSOHO MOSES SHAUCH N H JAMES H SMITH FORMALLY ELECTED Formally The Kentucky the Vacancy In the Senate FRANKFORT Ky May G Carlisle was Saturday elected United to succeed Mr Beck The joint session of the legislature began at noon and was characterized by more than of the preceding days of the we k Ths 1 were full of ladies to witness the proceedings and Mr Carlisle a seat on the floor Judge Lindsay marched in with the senators to cast his ballot for the competitor Lieutenant ernor Bryan arose from a sick bed to preside over the assembly At 12 o'clock the senate was announced in due form The reading of the journal of the pre- vious day was with and a call o the roll was ordered to note the presence of the 122 responded to their names Senator Lindsay then placed John G Carlisle in nomination in a briel speech of admirable taste in which he paid a graceful tribute to the choice ot the Democratic caucus Mr Langley for the Republican caucus nominated Silas Adams The ballot then proceeded 107 votes being cast Jor Carlisle and 15 for Adams The lieutenant governor then announced result and the assembly dissolved at SPARKS FROM THE WIRE Items of Interest Put in Convenient Form tor the Hurried Bender Bastino Ipoldo was killed by au electric wire at New York The wedding occurred at Washington Saturday William Wells a brakeman was fatally mangled by cars at Newcomerstown O It is thought that the late Senator Beck's estate will not exceed in value The senate has passed a ating for a monument to Geu Grant Jacob S was murdered with an ax by an insane man named Wilhelm near 111 James Carr of West Virginia will try to establish his claims as au heir to the A T Stewart estate The next meeting of the Republican tional executive committee will be held in Washington city May 26 Robert McKinnie the Higland county O desparado is out of the penitentiary by expiration of sentence Saturday a car load of beer was sold in under the original package law Samuel Keyser an inmate of the tional soldiers home at Hampton Va was killed by cars near O Millers in southern Illinois and eastern Missouri will organize a trust to control the price of flour south and southwest Juce Cono won the medal for general proficiency Ontario He is a native of Tokio and of high rank Governor Campbell Ohio has par doped Abel Lodge of New Lisbon O who was serving a two-year term for embezzlement AMBER EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF CARPETS STARTED TO-DAY BY CARROLL CO Ingrain carpets Ingrain carpets Ingrain half wool carpets Ingrain half wool carpets Ingrain all wool carpets Ingrain all wool carpets worth for worth for worth for worth for worth for for Ingrain all wool celebrated best goods in the market formerly by us for and sold by for others You Can Buy Them Now of Us for a Yard These are not the ordinary goods sold elsewhere for but are actually worth Tapestry Brussels A full line of the celebrated Alex Smith Sous make Special prices for this sale are and per yard worth 20 per cent more Body Brussels First class goods The best goods made Best Moquettes worth 25 for 00 worth worth 1 35 for 1 65 for 1 20 1 50 Straw Mattings UNCLE SETH ON BROWNING been a schoolmarm Bald he writ The tallest the worl's Now I like pie or any kin Au like winter cows for grass I took the book down to the brook sez I I'll heT jt rich I'll soak in an sentiment an sich The kinder keep in tune the bobolink an birds Will sing their song so keep time with this groat poet's words I started in to road twas jest like ridin ronn In a big bumpin dingle cart right over new plowed Kronn An now nnn I hen the ex ud break an down you'd go kerflop Then two or more wheels ud bust an then the hoss ud stop An then he'd start ott on a rush an go roun Sometimes the cart sideways an sometimes upside down then come an awful jolt a kinder crazy crush An fust know the dingle cart ud bust an go to smash I spose that's the poem stopped I didn't read no more My bones wuz mixed like an all my jints wuz sore The bobolink flew up a tree an never raised a yip An I went homo an thirteen weeks wuz laid itb the grip W Foss in Yankee Blade Pa's Definition Jimmy what is an amateur amateur angler my son is man who can't lie well enough to make a living out of it but just enough to keep American They had a spat He got his hat The door He paused Came back She sighed A smack more Masson in Clothier and Furnisher At the following special prices for this lOc and DRESS GOODS 22 inch fancy diagonal suitings worth lOc for yard 36 inch wool mixtures worth for a yard 36 inch Fancy Striped Suitings would be cheap at for 44 inch in all colors worth for a yard 36 inch in all the new colors good value at for a yard 40 inch pure Mohair Lustres all colors good value at for 40 inch all wool in all the newest shades actually worth for yard all wool Sergei and worth for a yard 40 inch all wool in all the newest shades sold by others for our price a yard 48 inch fine all wool serges good value for our price a yard 36 inch pure Mohair Lustres all colors worth for a yard 48 inch silk finish Henrietta sold everywhere for we sell it to you for a yard Gilberts all wool striped and suitings worth for the remarkably low price of a yard lu Black Goods we can show you by far the best line in the city and can save you from 20 to 25 per cent on them Kid Gloves We have given careful attention and can say without fear of being contradicted that we the best goods for the money that are sold in Newark We are selling 4 button Kid Gloves in colors worth for a pair 4 button Undressed Kid in colors worth for a pair 5 hook Black and colored extra value sold everywhere for our price The celebrated Centemeri Kid Gloves the best goods in the world for in black and colors AU our gloves are warranted and the above goods can be had only of us White Shirts The goods are oE good value Elite at each Sampion at each M E G at Boston Best at Boys shirts from 12 to 15 in sire 480 A full line of shirts always in stock forget that we are headquarters for Collars Cuffs and Gents Neckwear Black and Colored Silks Raw silks have advanced from 25 to 40 per cent but you can still buy Black and Colored silks of us at old prices As soon as our stock is sold out you will have to pay us about what others are now getting for same White From to a yard If you are going to buy a white dress we can sell you one Black Bilk Lace Nets and 25 styles to from ranging ia from up to a yard CARROLL COMPANY
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