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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 20.  ALTON, ILL., ERI DAY EVENING, APRIL 4. 1890.  NO. 249  CAPITAL CHV .HANGE  Billeted Items of General In-  ALTON, ILL.  BOTH MEDICAL aud SURGICAL.  His experience daring many years has convinced him that all disease* ess be managed more successfully in an institution of this kind, under th*  constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of means not other »n the patients are seen by their medical adviser*  wise at command, than when at Intervals of several hours or dave.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free  kom all noxious Influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street hopse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  The building is large, and arrangements are as perfect os is possible from a knowledge of sanitary science ana 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 pa* Hents, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LARGE SOLARIUM  for Bun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, eta., Is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives hi* daily personal attention.  TV o w O D en  POR TILE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fw further information addrest Or. ENOS at th® SANITARIUM, corner of George end Third its., Alton, III.  rn UK J  ■rn  V Isseis  -TILE CELEBRATED -  ackson Corset  And Waist Combined.  -HAS-  NO EQUAL FOR HEALTH, GRACE AND FIT.  lTlce.81 aud 81.25,  VERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONE.  NEW STYLES AND FABRICS IN  Dress Goods. Mig for Vee eel Bois,  IVdillirxerv,  Boots aid Shoes. Bals and Caps.  EXCEEDED BY  None in Quality and Price.  W. A.  tcrest from Washington. DOINGS OF OUR NATIONAL SOLONS.  Dr. J. W. Enos' Sanitarium,  DR. KNOB annonnoes that he has estAblished in a building purchased for the purpose a SANITARIUM for the  Th# l> .ij-’s Proceeding* In Both Hranrltri nl Uh Natl,,,,*! lo-gUtat lire—A mil to Kxteml I he Letter Carrier Service to I own* of 8,0(10 Population -Lawler** ret M "ara ii lYhjr Col. De Amend Changed HI* Mind.  Wash I noton City, April 4—The hoot*, en motion of ljttdge of ManHacbusatto, ordered print**! in Tho Record a petit on of th** New England sh*. < aud lather association again*! the imposition of a duty on hide* ami skina Honalo bill wa* passed author, mig the ae ere tory of the treasury to co.h oi stat i»tie* of the proaent condition of the fur teal interests aa com pa red with twenty yearns^©, and the impending ex tine-t on of the ae.i otter.  Diller llu*ta#*« Transacted.  The honan agrwot to tho ae nato concurrent fee oui kin r< ipioxting tile prosit 1> ut to invite ar nitration with foreign governments to wttie dispute* or different - )* which can not lie settled by dipioniacy. Billa were pxHwid amati ting the articles of war ao that punmhni> nta by t. urt* martial in thin* of peace ahab not Im in ssoeaa of a limit proscribed by tho president; and providing that no trial* for desertion in times of (arnee are to go back more than two year* from th" di.tc of desertion. The bouse than resumed maxi leration of the Idaho admte-Rion blit,  The Day In the Senate.  After two Im un devoted to routine busk nrss, tile senate at I oY uck returned ronald* • tn ii of the Montana election caw*, and dray coucludtd bit argument Ane ng th - I .ilia introduced were tho fol-l<*w|»g: By Vuorhea*— appropriating #00,-0*i to properly decor..to the soldier* and a .lier, monument now iu course of erectiou ai I ud lanais ilia. By Kl im iuds—To provlda for un additional associeie justice for the so r* mo court at New M lieu, By Blair— Providing ti ult no pv durn enqdoye of th# government shall rec*.! vt- I* as than #2 a day. Uy VS ash I urn--Au elaborate measure for Ute reorganisation of the (kmUI sew ice, re* ehradfying clerks, ate.  ADOPTED A SPANISH BOY.  Minister Palmer and His Wife Formally Adopt a Young Spaniard.  DETH'ut, Mich., April 4.—Last summer, while Minister aud Mr*. Palmer war# sojourning at San Bastian, Spurn, they witness.*! tim operation of bathing a br ght-9)1*1 native boy m th" a-vi. Tin mother of the child kept ducking it in the water in ipite of it* kicks and yella Mr. Palmer’* if rn pat hi.* were aroused ami in his beat Spanish tie interceded on the child's vhalf. The incident culminated in an offer made by Mr. Palmer for the adoption af the child. Thu Utter'* father, a captain in the Hpaniah ai my, was drawing pay at the rate of #27 per month, and had a large family to support. After consultation with his wife he caille to the conclusion that It would be for the h*~4 inter,mw of the child to aooefit the offer. The boy, who is nearly 2 years old, was tb"ivu|H»ii formally adopted. He will be brought to Detroit, at-comp lin *d by a H;mu-isii nurse, and will ba brought up under the name of Murillo CaslaUr Palmar. His former Christian name, Hino, and hts father’s name have been dropped, and he will have a new start In Ufa  SHORT STRIKE AT JOLIET.  De-  The atone Quarrymen Have Thair iiiaidU Oran!,,!.  J01.1 ET, Ilk, April 4.—The people of Joliet were aroused by the ap|>earance In the streets of about 500 men with their dinner pails, marching north toward Lockport, The m w* soon flashed around the city that the stone quarrymen in all the numerous quarries here bad struck and were marching I from quarry to quarry to force the men to quit work. The last place visited was Sanger ft Moody's quarrier, the procession having swollen to OGU men by that lima The #74 met there were taken into ranks and the strikers then dispersed after making arrangements to go to Lemont The only quarry that wa* not molested wa* that of the Pioneer Stone company of Itovtdson Brog, who have been (>aylng #1.75 a day, or ITH rente an bour.  LateH. —Thursday the demands of the men were granted and work wa* resumed.  OTHER WASHINGTON NEWS.  For a Hew Patent Office Building.  Wakhinuton I ITT, April 4—The bill Ord* red to tie prepared by the house committee on patents provi ling for tbs construction of h ii w patent < flies building was presented to tis* committee by Butter-w.>rth of Ohio, sud indorsed. The bill pro-vi l"* for an Appropriation of #3,000,600 out of 13,60). (I 0, now to th crc lit of tbe potent odic**, and on* tit ut.-* the secretary of tbs toter .or, tbe secretary of tho treasury sud the attorney general a communion to *• lect a site and tup rintend the cnstrurtlon of the butling. Th** committee hope to have the till pt**e I and the building under construction within n year. A bul prepared by the judiciary committee for tho wttabiish-rn-ut of a court of patent appeals was also indorsed.  I r sr I tonal Festal Furrowy.  Wasmxorox City, A|iril 4.- The house committee on banking and currency *|»*nt its ae*-M< et in hearing a report from a Baboon..nit to • that had been directed to obtain the vlrw, of the postmaster general in regard to the wtabli*hment of a fractional portal cur miry. Tho suh-oommittce re* ported that the (v.tuiaater general had no sug.es t na to offer in the matter. Redid not d , n such a currency necessary be-c-*u**u would Btl accomplish the purpose d-'ir A H thought that the English plan for placid: *t imp* on carls so that they cow d b wilt through the mails and be rn-deemabla tty postmasters, might bs e*tab-li-h d with su<'. wa The columnate took no action on the ref tort  The Colonel ( hanged Hts Mind.  WASKI notom I ITT, April 4—CoL Charles I >,• A mau l, a Burian who is pressing a claim agaiit't th" government for services ran-ti, r<d during the late war, visited the Washington flites of The Cincinnati Commercial ti.,/ tic to toman-1 rn correction of a pub* Bolted dispatch. The dispeteh state! that Col. De A rome I was a spy during the war. (ten. ii. V. Boynton, the corr** pendent of Tbs Commercia! Gaxette declined to retract Uh* charge and when De Arnaud called him a coward, Den. Boynton threw him through the doorway of I- eoffice and into the street. Col lh* Arnaud returned to he office and apologised fur bis language, saying that be was firmly convinced that Urn Boynton was aol a coward.  The (lili»*» Plumbers’ Birl he.  CniCAOO, April 4—The big strike of tbs plumbers I* fully on. All tbs shops in tim city arr closed. The simps of John I Vega an, Rich ft Bowers, Jerry Curtain, Ii. R. Thompson and J. EL Winterboro, who agreed to the conditions named by tbs Jouniuyin -n, are reported to the master plunders as abo having shut down. Both sides in the struggle will devote the rest of this week to preparing themselves for th > contest, whit h will begin In earnest on Monday next. tin that day, unless an understanding shad have been previously reached, tho Im*vs will resume work vith non-uuion men, who will be prop-cted by nj** elal |*dioemen hired by the Master Plumbers' assoc lie lion.  A Heandal at Cleveland, Ohio.  Cleveland. Ohio, April 4—George Sinclair, who, on Saturday night last found his wife in the office of Dr. D. B. Smith behind kicked doors, has sued the doctor for rn, 1  oil, alleging that tie doctor bas linen criminally intimate with Mrs. Sinclair for rn!>out a year Dr. Smith is a prominent politician, beiug a candidate for a city nfflco at the next election, an I tile affair onuses a sensation. AU the parti*** are very proud-neat in social circle*. Dr. Smith's friends, claim that he is being blackmailed but the evidence in the case points strongly to his guilt.    __________  The Brotherhood’s Challenge.  New Yoke. April 4. —The managers of the Brotherhood base ball aggregation met bere Wednesday. The mot important action was a change In the opening date* of the schedule so that the seasons of both the L-ague and the Brotherhood will open on the same day, April it. This action of the Britherf"«>I in selecting thanatos opeuing day as the League makes the fight mime aggressive than ever aud , ff ctually silences the League people, who wert) confident that the Brotherhood were afraid to clash with them in their date*.  Ladles Planning tor a Hiatus.  W amh I NOTO v City, Ajari] 4—A number of well-known holies, inciud.ng (be aivss of Hen dors J,airs, McMillan, Payne and Hears!; Mrs, Whitelaw Reid, Mio* Florence Bayard su I Mrs Frank Hatton, met at the botte* of Justice Plaid and deckled to issue BU addn-** calling upon the Women of A mer k* for contribution* for a krona 1  statue to be presented to France a* a token of friendship The kiss of giving such a rn-mortal wa* originated w-veral vears ago by Mrs. Nathan Appleton, and lh oui was raised It is now prujriwii to iniT)** thi- amount to #J),(iUt, which it bi thought will provide a t***utaul mein rial.  To I stead th* Farrier aer vie*.  Washington ('mr, April a—Th* bouse co i mitten on postoffice* ami |K*t roads has agr el to r**i«trt favorably a bill extending th* letter carrier service to towns of 5,UDO I* q>u let ion ow more where th* rtwiptoex-oms! #7,<Mi annually, if this UU i* para*! the ftv*“d)*!ive y aurate*- will I** bal at tile following cities in illinois: DeKalb. Dixon, East Ht, l**uis. Galana, L&haile, Lincoln, Mattoon, National Block Yards, Parte, I‘rinc*ton and Ravenswood.  F*l*brated J*tTer»uii’» Birthday.  New York, April 4—The 147th anniversary of tbs birth of Thomas Jefferson wa* C"lebrat«d by a banquet and ■pnachee at the Harlem ItemooraHo club Among thorn present were: Governor Abbott, ex Secretary of tbs Tres ary Fairchild, Governor FiUbugh Lee, Bena tor McPherson, Asb bol P. Fitch, CbarU** W. Dayton, and many others. Kx-IY abient Cleveland and others a nt letters of r gret  Ber uh anti awd Her Passion Flay.  Pa his, kpril 4— Harsh Bernhard t bas written to the arc*»bi*h«>p of Parte to ask him wheth r be objects to (be declamation of the pamnoa play. in which she proposes to take part FrkUy. The archbishop has given no direct reply to this quantum, but merely hinted in bi* answer his (ii-approval of the schema lbs tickets for tbs performance are selling rapidly and there is a tremendous run (Mi them.  Kxagaerated Ii*ports.  New Yore, April 4—The World bas dbepat. be- from the mayors of Memphis, Arkansas Oily, Helena, Greenville, Vicksburg, Bayou Bara sad Notches, which are to the effect that the reports concerning the floods on th* lower Mississippi bare la** greatly exaggerated and that there is very Utile danger of I caw of life. Livestock is probably all that will suffer aa the crop* are all right.  Lawler’s kindling Brkirsi Hill.  WabK!»ot< >x ( IYY, April 4- Frank Lawler bar introduce! bis bill to ctuihoriB* the  al pi nu of bis phoneticeystetmof sp**Utiig by the Unitwl Bt at. a. Th WU provide* for an approtwiattew of #ltw,ww to i eta bilsh IOU ■rboo,sMs i v*r the country to !*■ dr* <>ted wns-< tally to the ’‘Lawler method of short spelling.'’    _____  The Hhode island Kleetlon.  Pie iv i den ce, a L, April 4—The total  vote tor governor up to noon gives Ladd, 19,X17; Im via, aO,lW7, idurry, 1,787, and Chaus, 773 votes. Davis lack- 1,091 majority oaeeesory for election The vote for attorney gen*-tai stand*: Rogers, IH.WMfl; Hkx-ura, D,llM, aiel Blodgett, l.HStv, Biocum lacks 716 of a requisite majority.  Ncuslur Berk to Hells*.  Wash I eoton City, April 4—There is a write! fii.tsl rumor aflat that n* im tor  Beck will *« *Mi i et ire from the senate IEI account of ill-health «nd that Iteje r>e utaav* »*sarii«* • will likely »u -<e>«l bim.  Wa* (Hie* Owned by Columbus.  New York, April 4—At the De UaWk’a  collection sale in the American Art galleries, a jewel Ctsket presented to Christopher  Columbus by Ferdinand ami Isabella of Bpam, na* add for #I,U\ A sword of the Renaissance period, with a double basket UU, once part of Baron Adolph Rothschikl's  eolkKtioa, brought Ii OO.  I’rnusy I ran I a Farrtirrs Fall,  Lave astEU, PA, April 4— Benjamin L. Gainlier, a fanner of Manor township, has  failed. Liabilities, #29, IU). Two ottmr farmer.*, Ja* <*b ll Hostetter, of Manor, aud Daniel E. Petter, of Ka«t H* tnpfh ld, have also failed. Liabilities, #45,OM, and # Ie, (WO respectively.  AT THE  Globe. Alton.  Call and She 13*  A Hew »t<*»**r I ane* tied.  Cum.iiji, Pm., April 4. — l h** pa ntial side i,,--I *t^"i **<v*m*-r Plymouth built f »r th* ny S ii-a tush ;» c mjemy Ii - I** n ui) iM*sefutiy iaun* bol from Loach's shi|* yard lh - vassal k> *a«d to U* fully .quai ii , H ,t *U|**I t*r to I" r *ister shtps the Puritan and Pugrim.  Uit  ® BEV MN™  Ingratitude Displayed b/ Serving Germany.  FOREIGN NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST.  Hew k*i**rur William rmpiiMM In shnw His flood WHI Ie Atiierlea During the Coming Bi buetsrnf**! AMenrrli Itegnn fur Via) Mont liny I*. Whe Is Now (he Furl ut shannon- The Clar et (tussle In (>tMMl H» alih.  London, Apr J 4 - The tem.bm | re * are unanimous bi hitler denunciation of the in-grabtuik* duplaywI by Brain Bey in entering the service of Germaay cmd organising an expedition to return to the equatorial ffnv-too* he formerly governed. Though great strew is laid upon his nullification of the work 'lone by Btenlry to rescuing Kmin from his per I .ohs position and conducting h rn in safety to the seaboard, it is quito obvious that the inspiration of the article* is born of alarm at the pro pw tof German interference with Engd-h interest* in Africa, and that if ”h*es interests acre not menaced Emin might go whither bo j>lotw*d without the slightest objection on the part of anybody iii Kngten L  Th* "Re****** of Kmln Hey.  It is perfectly well known that Ktnin ha* for some time post been d.si roo- to return to his provincu and it i* xjually well under-•too-t that be ha* never forgiven Stanley for “r*) cuing" bim, or to (tut it plainer, for making hiadesertion of his inst and journey to Bogarnoyo a matter of (sunpulsion. While noboiiy I* surprised that Ennu has entered til * service of Germany, it is nevertie lea- a matter for regret that bt* bas done s>>.  The Tim«e in a king editorial r*[*r oar lies Emin Pasha for his ingratitude, j orating out that atter British money ami British < n-terj pix* have extricate I him from en uuten atte po»i I Mm in Africa he la aisustlng (ie many in an anti-British movement  Sot Im Kympatky with Nianley. bt* Times corr*e;»ouiW*:it at Z inst liar says flu i Hon da nose* have arriv d to serve under Muj. Wisetnanani wert' imme<1 lately <ii--p.«tchad to BsgsiiKiya At -unwt a Wily *»f men paradwl the afreet* of Janxi'ar -pr> ailing nroadcest a proclnmatmn priniol to European assuage*, alg nett by Kinta an-1 « . lr* H^d to the *b< Iv Arab po|*u ation The poHlnmaUoo * ta forth that Limn is not In sympathy with Hawley in any way nor with th* Eiglwh iii th.' r rent civil action against Ttppoo I fix  DeWlatoa'a Indignation.  Th* Pail Mall Oh title pot-Ii (ow nu interview with Fir Fraud* I)-Winton, pre^)«h ut of the Knun Hey rail •( ooramitt)- Hir Francis, after expressing but* r indignation at the enure* purine. by Erato to givi g th b- neflt of bis African ex(**i'i*nc" anti know ledge to Germany, deciares that tx ha* in hi (-asrssioa i *M**r» from Emin, in which th * bitte. e„* lo tie reb v,«l (rum hi* |*re-car.ot»i i-wituin at Wa Ii ai. Mr Franew D W in ton regards E>n n Bey a* a man absolutely iii voki of either gratitude rn gun er<> ny, amt aa-crte mat bis action in cut ting away from Mauler and th" Kngiish. will lower b in to themtimaGou of the civilist*! world.  Building Lots for Sale.  Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450  Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350.  Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150.  Alton et*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Highland Park:.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirty'front, all yery deep, Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of the nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over UMI Houses am) Lots in different parts of tho city. Call and see list.  I &  A. J. HOWELL  DSAfiBS IN  CARPETS, CURTAINS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  Our Prices  WILL BR FOUND  LOWER-Considering Qualities and Styles-  I Iran in    adv    other house lo    Alton.    In co a sequence of lh#  GREAT    KXTKNT <»f our    SALF.S    we are enabled to do  Htiiioisi    ou    a \ KRY CLOSE, MARGIN and it it a recognized    fact    that we handle    by f»r  LARGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANY OTR KR HOUSE IN THE CITY.  IS NOW THE EARL OF SHANNON.  WHENEVER AND WKIIVKR YOU SK.i THIS  The Hmm. Henry Hoyle (Marts n* a ".'avell  fur Hi* Killer Drat brr.  London, Apr.I 4.—The Hen Henry Boyle baa ut arle-1 for (ans Ii iii ••■arch >>f hia •liter brother, Vt innui Hoyle, who, through thor father'* vin ii ii d**atii, I mm to-* erne eefi of Btiaaooa. Bren y*are ago ViM*ounl Boyle reigned hie poinniu*.kie in th* army, when he wa* joined by lr* broth* r. Henry, to purciJMing a ran I. in western ('.irada. TbJw un tertaking prtiv<*l a failure an i the hilti r return*-! to K g.-n I. V.ecou if Ho* • baa no' iin*e born h> ard of, • x v]*t tb:o..gh an iunt.".p'r who mw hi >i oui" iw.»y«a»» ago ae r a tmuiug (vimp Fifwt anre rn id* last year to discover h * a < .•r«*.ii« ut-, t ut without r*auR Tto* la strung *, u Im na <mkw a w*li-kniiwn meuiU r of th t'anaduiu p^ 11 tai i tent. He now hUicwia to ait the family ti’.lea and eatetoe.  OVEIl THO KIND* AND BU th  woe flOoe to $75  Ta Honer the (mer lr aa RIKemew.  Fkklin, April 4 —It kl mid that the young emperor is deelroaa of making an o-i Itta** lion* abow cd hia good wilt to A n ri<-1 and (ital he will »*ia ■ tho oppirtunity aff-»rdi d by tbs «p|ir* niching viait of tie- A uhs* iran rifleiueu to take port in the coming m hu*t-aenfnat to doi[>iay It To Ahi* end ha ha* ordered that honeev usually raeerved tor royalty an to hi* ncccrdeil to th.* gut ala from the far wevt. Thu*, whrn th* atar* and atripee that are to be rarried in the «tri**t | n*i*a-•k>n enter the Brandenburg gate a mint# af 1U0 gun* will la Arad, an*l when tbs palace is reached two regiment* of the guard will form an aamrt ber tike national emblem of the United Btatee.  !£WoHasg£  TRADE MAUK  UPON A STOVE OR RANGE Y'OlT MAY BF.  CERTAIN  TW?  Outbreek af Du*.Inn Ntiidenta.  Bt I’KTEKeNi Ko, April ft—’The curator of the university la unable to calm the escita-mant af the students Tbs (allen have I* rn ordered on p 'ruralism duty. b. tee hmm I* of raaaacka and gendarme* *urr*>un law! the military academy sod the Academy of M ill-cine white (he police were making artveig The outbreak aa the part af the etu-ienta la to im w tan to due to political affaire, but la chief! > an outcome of the acute dieonatent brought an by the raartionary en I arbitrary •pint of the new eta tutee governing th# affair* of (be university which have rep acad th" nun Iii* ml regulation* previously to for aa  The New l*ort»ign.-»" Fnbtnet.  LUI"!, A (nil 4 —The cabinet bi* buat recon*' rn lid Halbur A. da H.*i | ta Pi men tai I* prime mmister and minister of war; Hen hie* Arroyo, minister of mertna and rn in I* tm of ) Mate on; Sea hor teipova*. minuter id the interior Hen hor V'11 ben*, minister of the r(dontee: Mottoor Branco, minister of finanot*: Benhor Aronca, mtoiater of foreign aff I lr* Tbe tort three beld the tame position* in tbe preceding cabinet.  That it Ja tho YKRYJBKOT article that can ba had for th* price asked.  A. L. FLOSS,  Thin! Ht, Opposite Bello,  HEE OUR NICE LINE OF  G-ranite Ware  MOST COMPLETE UNB IN THE CITY.  SPRIGG SUITS.  re#--    ...    ..    -    -mm Vte* ST J  I nm now receiving a large and varied stock af (laths, kl afi Ake  prevailing shades, for Spriog Suits, which I am prepared to Bake ap ss As  Most  GUARANTEEING  ( .tiI*pee af n (ieaad Maud.  LnsDop, A|frti 4 —During the prog rem of toe ran** at Poway, to tors**ll, % purtkm of the gran*! Wand, thirty fast king, ooi bt pond, pm-ipitetiug Skit perwiue bi the  gr-MitMi Many of th *m who fed underneath wile injured, arake of them, it ie  feared, fatally.  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates and  Complete Satisfaction.  Tbe ( ear I* ta (leek Health.  Hr Fctkkskvou, April 4 —It is inanted from ret ia bl# bom rose that the report of the exar having Usa attached by a ntddea 111  nee* tx untrue Tbe user ie in perfect health.  H. C. G. Moritz. 112 Third st.  Axtell'* Fir*! Produce.  ISDSrSNNtoOh l*'<*a. April 4 -Th. bto< k mar- Q rara by ii ani br mo Boy, data Fanny Lawton, to*- pr j.-rly of T. F. C’ur-D*. dropped k filly by Ax. *11 <eriy lath#; Slot n . / Thi* rn toe ftret and on y pro- ; duce by tlu great young etal.ion in ex a  ti ill Na! Join th" Movement.  Fir mm a*, i, Pa, Apr. beld ii* itetr bt*) ‘b - * " burs 'ii*-kill j-at *•» jo iiD.ir. m m a th A vt Li or, which t* b. I. The carpenters I ufvab iMk  ll. A. HOFFMANN.  UMM 02 En ut SfchihI wf.//>  mu a A* KW re Pos  “ no.liter sill spiior*.-.  FlrebnukH Wk rs«it**d to Uint Five Year*.  of i  ly  AfAAL” (J AUO I. ISH It IV I'Mt*.    (JtUUrtng,    of    Lim  J  •'"Iii..-  iv.    .’-A-  . . iii   

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