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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 IJT  Ai/ION DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 2V.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL I, 1890.  NO. 2  40  Passed Upon by the Ways and Means Committee.  THE PROVISIONS OF THE MEASURE.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  nu KNOB announces that he hail eatahliahed in a building purchased for the  D     purpose a SANITARIUM for the  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during runny years has convinced him that all diseases  can be managed more nu coe re fully rn an institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other* *is« at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical adviser* at Intervals of several hours or dava.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are fres from all noxious influences. It is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect as is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science and the requirements of such an institution.  Electricity in all its forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Sun Baths and exercise in cold and Inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr, Enos, and receives his daily personal attention.  Now Onen  FO lh THE RECEPTION Of PATIENTS.  For further information addr#!* Dr. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third eta., Alton, III.  A T.tl mI % i’ ii ii.,I Kid nr t Ion In lh. Keve-nurs or Ahunt *50,OOO,OOO-Ah. Duty on Lout Ti ■•.i'm for Cigar Wr.pp.rt Conildrmblv lnrr.tui > 4—Th. Hut, on Ctgnr. nod t ^arette*—Ii*. Hid*, nnd Other Skin. T.k.n from th* Tm List. Wamhisgton Citt, April I.—-The new tariff hill .im -ulumtt ii to the full way. and moan, committee Monday morning and paw* d upon by the committee. The minor* tty w.-re givi n ten day. to prepare amend- j rn. ut* in committee and to prepare their view. on ti)* lull. It ii climated that the bill unlit** a to al annual reduction in the ravens es of al .out §80,GBO,(ML The sugar an I tot aero .oheduI rn are greatly changed. Tira duty <ni tire former in greatly reduced. Under tie* wugar .ohedu'n the standard is c .tinged from No. IS to No. IS. It is provide I that (ill sugar above Mo. I* 4  Dutch •tan dard in color, a leo all tank bottoms, i augur dr. tongs, and augur .weepings, I airu; a of cann juice or of I net juice, Molalla, concentrated Mdnda, and concrete and concentrated Molasses, shall pay a duty of SS p r ct tit ad valorem, instead of a sp odic duty at under existing law. All sugar. al*>vu No Id Dutch standard are placed at 40 per ci at ad valorem. Th** existing law provide thct those sugar, .hall pay duty at tin* rnt<* of 2 75-100 md* and 5 cent. per pound.  NoImwi and I tm I Tobacco.  Molawen testing above 5*1 degree, hi made dutiable at §6 p*r (out, a change from the sp rifle duty of IM cent. per gallon. It hi a o prov.tied tout lf an export duty hall b r after b > laid upon sugar or molas.ro by any country a h nee it I* imported, it .hall be tubj i t to duly aa provide I by the pre* .int tar ff law. No chang * I. made in the duty on sugar candy, nit I glucose of grape nu .cur is ma ie dutiable at % of a cent per pound. Thu du v un leaf toijacco suitable for cig r wrapper*, .temmcd and unstemmed, ta C'minder ably increased. Under en ting law the stemmed quality bi dutiable at (I per pound, aud this is Increased in the McKinley bill to §2,75 p*r pound. The duty on unatemm*ii is inerts** d frt»m 75 (sent. to 12 per pound. A proviso is inserted to the elLct that if any pbrtion of any tobacco im- j ported in any psi Wage or in bulk shall be f su table for cigar wrapper^ th# entire  atxn-tn of the In mas is a disbursing officer nnd Inferentially the government k* res pun-sildc for money* p aced in bkt bands by member* of congress. The amount »tolen by Si I-ooit wa* about #70,UDO. A bdl will probably bo introduced to reimi unw members for the amounts they lost.  Presidential Pl nm a  Wakhinutun Citt, Alton I.—The prest-  d ut ha. a ut to the senate the following nominations) Alton Angier, of Georgia to be consul of the United Blate* at Rhein)*; Frank D. Allen, of Massachusetts, to be United Blate* atte run for the district of MnHsaehuartIs; Frank Due balian, of Missouri, to be UniUii Stele, inarwbal for tike eastern district of M.*souri;C. D. Clark, of Wyoming, to tie associate justice of the aupreme court (rf I he* territory of Wyoming.  Plundering the Victims of the Louisville Horror.  ARREST OF TWO INCENDIARIES.  quantity of tobacco contains! in such jiack- i years  W| th ft® Incurable *01. durn  The Met alia Inquiry.  Washington Citt, April I —Tbs record of the proc* «d mg* in the court (rf inquiry in I Im case (rf Commander McCalla and other officer, of tho United States steamer Enterprise, baa I*xvi received at the navy dcqmi tmcir, WI lie It is Impossibl. at this writing to stale poaiUvely tho finding. (rf the court, lite un preunion is general that Commander McCalla and savers! of hi* officers will bv court-mart.a♦*I.  Democratic Club OAeera.  Waamaotoa CITY, April L-~At a meeting held bere of the ext < utiva committee (rf the national se* M i llion of Democratic clubs, Hon. W. I,. VV iiKon, of West Virginia, wa. ell (-ted chairman of the executive commit tee, vkxi R. (J. Monroe, of New York, re signed. The headquarter* of the association was moved from New York to Washington City.    ____  Bothered by the Sugar Tariff.  W a HH i a UTO. Citt, April L—The way. and mean* committee of the house baa determined to put sugar hack almost to preset rates, instead of reducing the tariff nearly 40 per cent, a* at flrvt proposed by the Republican majority. The bill WHI be reported in a day or two.    •  The Window Silver It III.  Washington Citt, April I.—The hot we committee on coinage, weights and measure, has author iud it* chairman, Conger, to offer a resolution providing for the consideration of the Window silver bill by the house April lh _ _ ___  A WEALTHY MAN GONE.  Death of David Dows. the Well-Known Financier.  New Yoke, April I.—David Dows, the  well-known financier and grain merchant, died her* Hunduy. He had been sick three  He w as  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $600. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton st*, bet, Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland ParhL.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirty!front, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  parts of tho city* Call and  &  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.  to life  M ill It tel Mi  —THE CELEBRATED —  Jackson  And Waist  Corset  Combined.  —HAS—  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT.  Price. $1 and 81.2.->.  EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE  ONE.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  Dress Goods. Clotting lr ten and Boys,  TLdCillineirvr,  Boots and ebons. Hats and Cans.  EXCEEDED BY  None  I  in Quality aud Price.  Al  AT TUE  Globe. Alton  Call and See Uh*  nr bulk .hail lie dutiable,if not stemmed, ai an i if stemmed, at •*-’ 75 par pound. Ne change in ma ie to regard to all other tobacco in leaf, unmsnufac uod and net •tom 11 led, but rtemnal tobacco la made dutiabli at SO cents per pound Tobacco manufactured an I of alt Mffi^lniu, not sp dally anam rated or provided for, la pl iced at lo ctaWto per pound, a change from the pre*,-ut duty of 20 cent ad valorem, him IT, (Ignrs and ll idea.  No dienge in made la regard to .Huff and •duff Sour made of tobacco, Cigars, cigarette*, an I cheroots of all kind*, are made dutiable at Ut ,*mp pound and 25 ,«*r cent, ad vaiori in. Under existing law they are dutiable at 12 50 per pound, and ‘26 par cont ad va herein.  Hide*, raw or uncured, whether dry, salted or pickled, and other ak hi* except  ah up Bk a* arith the wool on, are taken from th* free Hat and made dutiable at IS per cent ad valorem, with th. provtao that th r sh dl be allowrod on leather or *kin. luaiiufa* turn! of imported hide* or Ain. on whi« h a duty has been paid, when existed. a drawback equal in amount to the duty paid on th-* hi-le« or akin.  OTHER WASHINGTON NEWS.  I The Day*. Transaction, la the (tonal* and H«um.  Wa Ha I koto a Citt, April L — The m nato met Monday, aa ll will hereafter, at ii o'clock. Reagan ap >ke at aome length on the diver qu at Ion. The ch*pendent pension NL aaa then taken up and debated at length.  The house paeaed bill for the .ale of U cited Blate* property In Tltteburg; bdl for the •liq*ami of Um Fort Rills military rroerva-t.on; bid gras ting Pittsburg, Columbus and Fort Smith Railroad company right of way through Indian territory; senate bill (with amendments) providing for admtnistration of oaths by Judges, clerks, or comm tattooer* of Unite*! State, courts; mild resolution calling on ate rotary (rf BUU* bu* information conc ming the levying of duty tex on Imported tire ad-luff* by foreign couatrtae .in ct*  I-TU    —  Appropriation* That Didn’t Appropriate.  Wa ani.VOTO* Citt, April L—The bourn of reprveratattven ha* recently passed many • ■nato hill* appropriating money for public budding*, I (Ut in -ever a1 casro Um apt>rtqxri-ation cia nae baa bean stricken out of the I,III, A reprcw*iitaUvv recently remarked whan an outcry waa raiied against the ex travBgancv ot tbs bouto* and * nato twain* a greet many public bniidmg Id da I vowed , Uh* r laxly, that whUs more tell* for public I ulidings would pass the bouw* or th* ornate during this eougffuta than war isrforo, the appt oprtstton. for public I uii ting. would I. to* than ta tin* previous coogr<wa In part eipl.n Don of this prodtctioo bo *aid that he experted the house to |*m« very few sen ai • bi.ta, and the senate to paw very few I lib that cans* from the house.  Death at Vina-Admiral Kaw an.  WasuinoTON Cm, April I. — Vhx* Admiral Biepb-o CL Rowan. U. 8. N„ re-Ural, died bere at I ©’dock in the morning .rf bright’. dims**, ag**! 86 years II. ha-1 th-, n ill nearly all winter, ten »e*t mr* u iv 111, ami hi* death waa quito unexpected Ad* miral Rowan wa* lorn in Irotand and came to tkta country in the *arly I att of tha c*»-tury He wa* appointed to Annapolta Naval academy from Ohio in IW and had a record „l »ixty year. in the Mirv ice of tis* United Hts ton. He was no# of the most gallant naval ofiWn in toe late war  Wilt liaise a Hawi In i’sreem.  Wa.mimitox Citt, April I -A collat torsi result vt th* passag** of any one (rf the I* udUig diver tell* Will lie the ( losing of tis) mint at Caroon City. Nev. This mint ta uat»i chs fly for coining aiver dollars, aud th- lair—ii it in the coin.,'* w neb atli fol-tow the twue of eartllteatos i*(* 'I (*u bullion will dept vs Caroon City of t ear.y all its n,>rk, a rwwlt which will fin I Ila climax la ti.* -u-p ttoioii of the mint.  The Govern**- at I* ll* -peusibla.  WsaHiVtoTi x t ITV, A|«rd I. — The United State* court of claim* has ro (dared n decistoa in thai ii* - of < ram va Hilrott, in volviag th* liatellty of the sergeant-at-arms of th* House of ropr wmtatiVa* for the aal* aries of member, of congress The court held that bar tew and practice the sergeantr  “TC  born in tell and worked rn a farm until be wa* 14 years of age, In 182® ta* became a clerk In an AI luny dry good. bouse, re calving the Brot year HOO, and aeooad #150, and tha third #250. In IKM he I .resale engaged with the commission firm of Down A Cary in New York, the senior member being hie brother. He joined the Arm in 1897.  The Road to Wealth.  In 1H54 the Arm of David Dows A CV), was ■tarted. In laid he took In his nephews, Alexander E (tor and V. D Maim, but in 1807 the Utter retired. Mr. Dow. was in ton--U*i in many scheme* outside of tta) grain I u<-in*m He was vice president of the Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific railway, and a director In the Union Pacific,  I to la ware and Hudson, and the Chicago, IR. Paul Minneapolis and Omaha railways, the Fourth National, the Merchants' Nations!, the Union National and Corn Rkchai hanks, and the Central Trow comjiany. w as prmldecit of the old corn exchange before it was incorporated into Ole produce exchange.    ___  He Loved His Type-Writer.  II BUENA, Mont, April I.—George Vees, a prosperous young Gorman lawyer, ended his life by taking poison He ta mid to have ben in love with his type-wfiter Margaret Wimer, a pretty Iii year-old girl, and when abe gave him no encouragement he bename deaf (ow lent and deep- rata. The physician who came believed Vina 1  teary that the affair was a joke, and therefore no attempt was mad* to relieve bim. V usa leaves a wile and throe small children.  Hhuwld Haag Thew* lf Trajnb  Bohton, April I.—Julius Smith, Morris Reute-n, A idle Bergen and Edgar Hmith have tx-xii arrested for reusing the Bro in North street, by which twelve parsons tote their iivxs ab- t two rrmtln aga Julius Smith ta charged with tha actual crime. Abbe Bergen with assisting in it, and Reubens and Edgar Bnuth with being ar-csMsorn * after the faot. The charge ta that they Brei th* building la lieder to gat the insurance on tho go-sis.  Mopped Ducking Him Ton hewn.  Ash la* ti, Win, April i.*~ An indian chief had a quarrel with a lumberman named Dan McLeod, near Vermillion, a few days ago, aiel .wore to get even Friday he crept up ix-hmd McLeod, and rataiug an ax axe als oil to decapitate th* lumberman. Andrew Haana mw Mc las si*, danger, and warded off the blow. The logger, br..ta- a hole lo Ute id. on tha lake and ducked tta Indian MB h was nearly dead.  Sheriff Pl ark *i Pawlteiaseat.  New Yoag, April L—Kx-Bheriff Flack bae bassi senteaosil lo two moathe’ lmj>rt* aliment sad fined #-VSJ for conspiracy in obtaining a fraudtthnt dlvorw from bis wife, The other conspirators were ssatoiiord ae follow.:    Joseph Murks, th* rifer** one  month iuiprAoometit in the cornily jail and fin**! #5UU. Will Flack, son of lh* •*-nikeriff. four months in the |*uit-ntiary aud fined #5UU  ___  Aa Arhansa. Town Wiped Out.  LITT la Rick, Ark, April L—Oreru-brtar, a small town located about forty mites north at taro iii the interior of Faulkner county, was sHawwt ocwnptately destroyed b) Alii Four store, an I ouab-tita, a UacksmKh shop, hotel, and livery tea blo were consumed I ta* loss will aggregate about #i»MV Wk IV- fir* originated iii a livery stable through the dr pi-ng at a lighted match.    ___  Big Mi ike Imastaval a* Toronto. Toronto. Out,, April I.—A tag tenke in the building trade ta Immmeot. Tta* brick-layer, demand an tnoreass frosu IMH t • M eti,ta per hour; th* stow* fuitari from tai to A5 route per hour; th- stone rnaeous from ■JU H  ta 4*» (tout* sad the laborers from it to 21 (touts per bour At a m.-*t4»g on day the bosses (Melded to refuse ma leis. A erie* Rex peeled aoortly.  Ktaeev Mhaikey Ta Bs Hanged.  Hamilton, Ohio, April I.—Ju'g* Vaa-d*rve*-r has overruled the motion for a n«w trite in th* case of th* Blaw < a Bim r Hharkt y.wta- uiurder*xi his mother at Ka too, irfti- >, ou Jan- 16. 'cteh Tho ju tg< o-uton*.*! bim to U» Ltiugvd Aug. LIN#* fta >o ag . cr ndual showed mo vmoUtm wrbah-ver wbeu be heard bls dreadful fate pruuounoaL  They Are ('aught in the lei af Arson In CMter ta Caver Up Their Crime of Robbery— A Ned Rwnday In Louisville — Burial aff Name aff the Vtatltee— Fearful Kltor-t* aff the Cyelane In Other Farts aff Keatacky.  Loviaviu.x, Ky., April I.—Ftmday will go down is the history of th* Fall-) city as “Funeral day." From morning till late in the afternoon the belle toilet their solemn farewell, and th* lent of thousands of aym-patbiaers and mourner, in the city were Joined by thousand, from pointe a. far away ae Nashville, and Indianapolis, sad Cincinnati, while awry intermediate .tattoo Bent tie quota. Many of the funerals were with military, Masonic, or oth *r bono s, and the •(ton e* have been very Im pm** va, Mesxrx for the dead were said at the Catholic  Over KHI Hoiihon ami Lots  pask-ro.  Robbing the Dead.  In the vary acate of the disaster tha unprincipled did nut forget to ply their trade, and nnmber. of robberies of th* dead and stricken ar* report*.!: Mrs Barnwell, wife of the rector of Bt. Johns church wa.- robtxxl of everything she had. All her Jewelry was found to have been tak»n from a bureau druwer and a box oootemitig stiver ear* was broken open and its contents taken away. ,  Even the body of the dead minister rn as not sacred, and his gold watch, which hi. widow cherishes particular lr. was takeu from ti *  Broon. E i Myers. Imdor* Lowenstoin, A irks and Ik* Kl*)man. Huxsnm Jews,were arr .ted ami charged with aroon Tti* of-Acers naught th* men building a large fir* in a demob* b*d store on Market street, which ta j in the midst of th* shattered district. The men ar* charged with fit u delily wishing to set fire lo the building and with th* evident intention of burning the already d vaatated I dtatrict. Tho fire was extinguish* I bcf anil luvd made much liaadway.  I rsrffnl Fffrrte aff th* Nlarm.  Many visitors ('•use to the city from tta- ; interior of Kentucky and from them wa* learned th i full story of horrors of th* storm , at BldyviUe, Blackford an I Clay, hereto- j fore only hinted at The number of dead at Rid J vitie heretofore given ax ais kl new known to be eleven. In and about Black  1  ford twenty-uixe fatalities are recorded, and several of the injured will doubties# die, while the dmtruction off property I* beyond i calculation Clay, % village of ‘2M> inhaM tauts ta Webster county, ap exro to have Uet-n .{s-claJly {ticked out and ■.Abdal by tta-tornwlo. The first bourn struck was a two •tory I rant* stru fur* occupied tty Muse.  Wilson and family. Tha structure was lifted up bodily and dashed With de trucUve Vehemence against the residence of WI ll ta it) |  Hop)tor Bo h bouse were cruehed into shvprtam in aas-s, and IVIUuo, his wife, ha a ven children, ami his mother aud sister, who were visiting him, w -re rith -r killed or so tapUy injured that th«y dial in rn few bourn. Hopper and two of hi* childr-n were fatally burt au I ire wife crippled for life.  Twentjr-Klx Human Victims.  On through the village went teed .* royer.  The culun of the nagro, the dwelling of the pet of sri his citiaxi, end the Murtaoiia of tta merchant alike felt IU j«*w-r and .-rumbled like dust With the dawn of day carne ■n-mmgiTs from all ({liarter. praying fur •LL Not only had Clay suffered bul the whole county had hern swept by the storm.  Death had visited every farm. Where human lite was spared brute ex Is ten'to WM taken. A hurried and incomplete estimate place, the number of animal, killed at i,(U)  Out in the country the tornado piny d •I rouge freaks It ptowsd furrows Ova sn I tax test deep for half a mite arna* farms, tore up whole Acids of wboat by the roots, annihilated fen ms and swail outbuildings, destroyed orchards, aiel leveled forest I Ups.  in different Hee lint.  CARPETS, CURTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  OIL  Our Prices  WHX Bt FOCTX!)  LOWER- Considering Qualities and Styles--  Thin in nnv of brr hmm* in Alton. In consequence of the GREAT EX TEN U of our SALEN we fire enabled Ut do IIutioeN# on a VERY CLONE MARGIN aud it it rn recognized fact thill we bandle by far  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTHER HOI SE IN THE CIT*.  WHENEVER AM) W KUK VER YOU SEE THIS  OVfl 7(1) UWN AW SUM  r«M |10aS( re $75 on.  TWI SS SWISS  A MM lies IMW MMU.  ... •/ ImUM as  Hat ur-lh* de-  Attempta ta Ama- finale a Mialstar.  BANTON, Pa, April I.—A bull from a revolver crashed through Mi* window of the resided re of Rev, O. D Bartholomew, pa#-tor of the Mi. John'* Germ ut Lu t ber an church. Piililpta urg, N J,, Hamr lay night, Mid narrowly mtaaad the |<astor% Feud. This ta the second time that shots lo*va Uwi IM into this house. There is no clue to the pet -petrator of Use deed The police ar* working on the roe*.  A Reporter Meateaeed sad Fined.  New Yuma, April I— Judge Barrett in the court ot oyer and terminer gave hts decode* lo the <wsi of Diiworth Choate, the Mvenlropping reporter of The World, find -lag him guilty of criminal contempt He sentenced bim to pay a fine of #25) aud to he imprtaonski for thirty days  A ( lash Im (he I earls.  CNK'AOD, April I.—The rulings of the circuli and appellate court* of this county in th* cetaliratad cwss of Fat w*U va Nilieut) have txxsn alfii awd by th« Illinois suprome esmrt The dectwon ta contrary to that made ta a tim Ll r aum by the United Htalee supreme court.  A Woasaa la Jail for Warder.  hitUWUUM, April I.- The Impi recs apodal from Pittston says that Mr* Hells Ratch bas been kslgei rn Jail at Towanda charged with the murder of J. W. Wilcox. A warrant ha* ate) he -a ioal for the arrant of John Maim. who ta su iqs mal to he lev aocomptine.  Miaia i-od CromweU Ksstesata.  Baauou, Me., April I, —Charas Htain and O ivvC Cromwell, uunvtcbsJ of the tour -(tar (rf John Wilson Barron, Ut* oahhtar of the D xter Having, bauk, wwra brought into tta-mi|«vxiw court aud iMitewiowt to ataia primo for lite at h.rd labor.  Congressman WlUs.’t New Past.  HT Lot in, Mo., AftoU I —rfongremuuen Wttaoa, off West Virgl its, lias, it ta saki, beet) offered and has aooeptad the proai-deucj of the .tate uuivrnuty of Mtaouuri, the {»aition from which Dr. laiw. wa* roan,cod by the legislature.  Iii-Health Ca aes* a .alcid*.  I'UviuiD, Ohm, AjrU    I. — Uutason  Hard, ut Usa firm (rf Bn bouch, Hard A Ca, eommitttol suicele by tamtdAag himself LU ta xii ti caused him to tab* IMC Ufa He bad been engaged in tha wholasuta mercantile trade here forty years.  .irwek a 1,400® lier re I till Vt ell.  Lima. Oii.-i, Ap J l.~H I* B.»y*r baa Struck oil ow h i’ai k -r far-u. fir ai i las east of li e c y I la *"l ta fio«e|ug at ll * rate of l.ffta l arrota i^tdir Tkw !*»rk- r weU ta a groat »urpi . -J, ta ll *t» val >pI Ii -w territory  TRADE MAUK  I'POX A STOVE OK RANOS TOU MAY BK  t *  ERTAIN  That it ic the VERY BEST article that can be had for th® price aahed.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third Bt, Opposite Belle,  BEE OUR NICE LINE OF  Granite War©  MOST COMPLETE LINE IN THE CITY.  SPRING SUITS.  I am now receiving a largo and varied stock af Clot Im, iu att (Ae prevailing uhadcu, fur Spring SuiU 4  which I am prepared to wake ap in the  Most  shiona bl© vies,  GUARANTEEING  A Perfect Fit,  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H.C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  H. A. HOFFMANN.  No HXM02 Eau! Second ut.  mhe auk* r. r<  fir £°' h   U1 Stovtn  Firehacks Wa«muled It) l^i^t Five Veal*.  “OWOC MEAL" Ii AMUSE HIW KH. ti oof my, UvttertHj,  Mw.   

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