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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23. 1890.  NO. 205  IT IS KEADY Til SIGH  The  World's Fair Bill Passes the Senate.  DIEO or HIS WOUNDS.  Dr. J. W. Enos Sanitarium,  ALTON, ILL.  HR EN CW announces that he has established in a building purchased for the pwpOM a SANITARIUM for the  TREATMENT OF ILL CUBIE DISEASES.  BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL.  His experience during many years has convinced him that all diseases can be managed more successfully in an Institution of this kind, under the constant supervision of the physician, and with the aid of raeaiw not otherwise at command, than when the patients are seen by their medical advisers at Intervals of several hours or davs.  The position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free Irom all noxious Influences. It Is readily reached by the Second street horse oars, and is near the Union Depot.  Tie* 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 form*; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Massage, inhalation, Nursing, eto., are provided as may be r«wjuired by patients, in addition to such other treatment as may be deemed advisable.  A LAUGH SOLARIUM  For Sun Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., is provided.  Each patient is thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives bis daily personal attention.  Now Or>en  FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS.  Fsr further information address Or. ENOS at the SANITARIUM, corner ol George and Third its., Alton, III.  ONLY ONE AMENDMENT IS ADOPTED,  And That Provides fur a Naval tlhplajr la New lark ll arhar to Which Different  Nation* Wilt Mo Inviter! to Send Fleet* •—Tire Hum,,. < anour* la tha Senate Atuetirlmi at and the Hill I* Now Heady tor the President’* Klguetsr*. WAhiHNOTos Ow, April SS.—Th* world** fair bill wan pa*!**! by tbs senate Monday by a vctv of 43 to 13, after a discuss km continued for five hours and parti- i pit tad in by the a blest ok tuber* of the senate. The am<*ndni*ai to the bouse bill proposed by the what* committee was divided—th ' Ast psrt, relating to a naval review, was a Iv|'bx I by a ma J *rity of on.*, and tha mo I ou i p rf, providing for tho unveiling of a abaue to I br.xti plier Columbus in wash*   :  ington mob n; ; r< prist" ceremonies, was ne Jw lnl. Senator Blair propoael * mandolin t* for a “review of the ar boo! hi.drsa" in Chicago by tile pre*' *< ut, for Usa utiveU-mg of a -tntue of Queen l-nl> Ha, and for tile prohibition of the sale of tntui'oaliug liquor* within the limit* (rf the exposition. All of them were reject"*!.  The naval review will take place in New York harbor and the nations of the world will he titv it ll to mid their fleets to jsirtic-Ipata in It.  Ready for the President.  W ann I Nitros Cmr, April VV—The bouge Tuesday roneurrnd iii the wnat* amend-moats to th* world’* fair and the UU having |>#mod both house* it go* to the prest-deot for action.  CAPITAL CULLINGS.  Latest ii Beaded Wraps aoli Capes.  tin  Ast* Safety Appliances on Ralls ay*.  Washirotom City, Ajwtl IBI —xl. Warren C'ouUton, attom«y for the Lrwghrtdg* Brake an I Car ooaipany, of l'Uttodelphto, anil J. E Loughrldg*, a toenber of tho company, Rind ' a go ii nt Monday be. ore the h >U" > <'• im mil us- on railways an I canals on a hill introduce ! by Plower to regulate railway ajqihamm The bill mju-ree automatic .alr-brak** amt coupler*. Tha *l«‘*k>-r* did iv>t object to tb* tenor of the UU, aiut thought automatic conpl or* cwii-toil, tex anat they reliev <1 the tralnm u of dsugerooa duties. but automatic air brake* tn« rea».-t these dangerous doltish Thjy asked that soma phrase like “otmtlnu-ona air-brake" he »u tat! luted for “automat ic air-brake,' to ha to leave th* Beld open for Improve men t.    _______  lh* Overflow In 1-c—tsinan.  WatiirtsoTOR I ITT, April A—In accord anre with the r. qu< st of Representative Coleman of Loutonue Hecretary Proctor ha* Irausmlttid to tho bouse a report of Quar-tortwi#'ar-Gen (..to Robinson ic regard to t he condltton of affton in the over ft wed district of Et Janie* and Ascension parish**, Louisiana. Usa. Hobin-on says the altuatkia la di-plor*hie, and hundreds (rf planters have , lost their crops, while tbooMmda of tabor#!-* irUI awn b- thrown out of employment. He rveotntm'Bda instant action tending to the relief of tha sufferers by the Untied 8Lit«*. There m liable to he In HL Jam*», Ut. John, att I Ascension pariahsa a total of 5,001) persona destitute w tthin a month.  Hoot# Co—lit#* en Judiciary.  WASKI BOVO* OTT, April fit. —The quae-lion of r«|x*i ting a hill to the itouw providing for the election of wonton* by the dim-t vote* of the people of the state, came before lb* judiciary committee of the bouw, and after ama* discussion R was derided to let the walter He on th*- ta bb- until the senate takes SMBS action on it. This was don* partly ae a witter of courtesy to tits sensu. Th* committee Instructed Mr. Culher-aoo of Texas to report favorably the senate anti-trust bill without amsadnt mb A Mil providing for the punishment of counter* falter* . f trade mark* was laid on th" tabla until the Brat meeting of the seat session.  Ordered I* Proceed lo Sea.  WabNIROTOR CtTT, April KB. -OnUrs have beau iwned at th* navy department directing that the Uu**ot Blat— ship Balu*  Caph touch, th# Oklihom* Reeaaer, Called to lh* Unknown.  Guinda, L T., April *JL Caph Couch, the noted Oklahoma boomer is dead. He  lived fighting for Oklahoma. He died fighting for the (>art of It which he believed belonged to Idrn. After th# bill had pasted congress providing for tho opening of Oklahoma to settlement bo secured a contract from the Atchison. lot" * ■' A Menu Fe relined to buil t a switch from toe main line to the proposed ait# of Oklahoma City. Ha was superintending tots work when the provision* of tha Mil went Into elf sol May I, IRMO Ha stepped from th* railway right of way onto a choice claim adjoining tha town site  The x heeling st C'xpt. Couch.  Hie }'p-scno* in the territory ac t'lat boor mad* him a tootler” and from then until the day ha received to" wound that c >u-ed his death he had been quarreling with a oonUwtant, J.C. Adams, formerly of Spring fie) I, Lie April 4 ha wa* fencing bls claim wlVii Adams ordered him to desist. Couch refused, aud Adams attacked him with a dub. Couch wrench# I tho club from bls hands, and Adams then picked up his rift?. Cooch struggled with him and gain *! p"» sn*» Ion of the gun. Than A J WU" draw his revolver, but Cf ai oh had th* App an him and foroed him to throw away his waapoo. A I—us then rettrad, tint app eared soon after Ani with another rifle and commem >«i flriifir on Conch, who boat a retreat. He turned once to fire and aa ha did so received a bullet in the knew  It 11xxi Poisoning Bet la.  Th* doctors delayed amputation too long, blood poisoning set in, ani tha veteran boomer died at 9 o'cloak Monday morn tog. Th* feeling against Adams is vary strong, and United Mutes marshal Walker, fearing Adams would ba lynchad, took blin to Wichita Monday. Caph Couch, after tbs doeth In 18x4 of OoL Payne, the original Oklahoran boomer, Ieee ms the leader end rharoptoa of the movement Ha led wveral raids on the terr!tory, and on ob* occasion It took eight ti nips of cavalry to dislodge him and his Of>Bi|*u)t()Dt from their potto, which they bad fortified near PUD waler He was to have taken part her# Tuealay la tha celebe*’.ion of th* first n nu I verser y of the opening of the country to settlement  Adams OlsARif It.  Wichita, Kau, April ai—When J. C. Adams, who aho! ( apt Couch, was told his ▼k-Mm was deod he said, as he |>een*l through the bara: * Pm glad of it I toot to kill him. I will go back to that won try when I get clear and yog bet I will live on that claim. I am not afraid of hi# friends •  THE M’CALLA COURT-MARTIAL.  mourns strikers,  Attack on Non-Union Carpenters in Chicago.  FIFTY OF THE RIOTERS ARRESTED.  Hergeanl Hegtejr, M il l* Ti sing Ut Qui ll toe freebie la Afterfeed with Flub* end at mrs bv the furthers awd Seriously Heat#*— A Patrol W t**s I<o*d#d with O Steers Filially pol* tha Mob to Flight awd Work I* Resumed.  Chic Ado, April XL—Tues lay morning B n into r of noa-smioa carpenters went lo srerk on a>ms half finish* I (»*.’*<#• near FII y-thlrJ and Walton* str-* s Hhortly afur a crowd of unum oarp ntora ap po.rod and a ll rn up tod to tads— them to q t. They ware deaf to all nrgument A o It II o’clock the crowd bad incrcaaxi to n * o ly IOO men, and they ttt«np>(d to fores th i unto i men to quit. One of them to a .lei un I wa* badly i eaten. At thin juncture Nor.emit Begley, who liras near, Baw ta# ""(M>iv»tl«*n aid sent to th* e 'en* and a-dampfe*! to arr to* to* fighting etrlk»re Ta*/ al wB<* tar*ad tm him, fend he also wa* badly brahm with clubs and Honea Fifty Arrest* glade.  During th* fight the police station had I wen notified sud a patrol wagon with eight officer* was despatched to the scene. By th* time they arrived the strikers ware in flight. lh* pa in* I pursued them and »U(x»«d*d to capturing about OO of them, who ware tanrotod to the station of Englewood and looked ap Hor gee ut Begley ww found to be hudly injured and wa# taken to bt# home. The non-untoc men war* pat back to work and ara now guarded by the polio*. great.sit excitement prevails trouble ie fear -d.  Building Lots 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 st*, bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $500. Higliland Paris*.  One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to ono hundrod feet and thirtylfront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers.  One of tho nicest residence plats in Alton.  Over IOO Hoiison and Lots paris of the city. Call and  in different see list.  11  and  The  more  Ile Will Re Tried tov C'rselty While i'wmmandlag the KstsrfriM,  New York, April ‘<3 —Th# court martial of Commander Bowmau H. McCall*, lo charge of tha corvette Kilter;*!— of tha United Hie tea navy during tor laid cruise, was begun at noou Tuesday at the Brooklyn navy yard. Lieut.. Parry Gorst la tbs judge advocate of the court, assisted by Lieut William H. Hteyfcm af th# Marin* oorfsi and a number of other naval officers. Including Hear Admiral Harmony. Commander McCalls, accompanied by his counsel, Joseph II Choate and C. ii. Measle* of Cincinnati, were present and w*r« espied at th* labia prepared for them at th* left of the judge ad v oce ta Oh tbs court being declared open McCall* made a formal nu jsat Choak* and Men-  X  r  for pertnMsioo for M tie* to act aa bls counsel.  Aa OhJ*etl*a froes MeCalla.  The request was granted and to# Jed advocate read th* detail for tbs court being asked lf he objected to any of the members oorarcstog tfig court, IlfCalla st once resp Tided: “ Yaa,” and named Cap*. L-etrr A. Barm!sa, coaunandaat of the re-oel v tug side Versa ant, on account of prs judice After a s’mrt argument th# objection was sustained aud Cap! Beardsla* wa# requested to withdraw. Th* oath was then a-lminMitered to th* eoart  Th* Deg Pleaded Bis Ow* Can**.  Bosnia, Maaa, April ti—"Yowaw," a sab ter dog belonging ta Nathan til rn avo ft*, a Castle street aal"U*It—per, wa* befur* Judge Curtis, to th* municipal court re—ally, on trial for bls Ufa Th* dog bit Helmoto ll. .toto#ll.' sued for damage*, sad demanded that the dug ba sfiot b* Auto las was —veg*.  mom, bow ai N rfulk, t*. prucend ta ae* (*a fo Impress th* coart aith Towaar’alaW-abid  BH. Collar and Paniers.  Latest and Correct Styles in  Millinery JNTovoltiee.  Latest in Clotting and Gent s Fandangoes  Saturday —It on tor imtpcctton trip Kb* will remain at sea several day*, aiel on May IO she will arriv. at Baltimore, Md., where a tai*! ration in ber honor will ba given by UIS city authorities Th* Bal Ii nor* bi now fully uoUttied and • qutpp- d » db th. .Xix p-tiun of having on board two of tor complement of four eight-inch gutta  Mrs Hand si I Hater** Thanks.  WahhirutoR CtTT, April 0. — Mrs Randall ie endeavoring to answer all the letters gmi otter cum Ullin teat ion* of « un toDn— that have been r—*tv«d hy her mnv the death of tor hu*' and. Many r spree- ion* of sympathy cam* mlir.«ct»y aul from pet*>im rn bi we- addresses ah* does not know and b> thfffft iiiftr -it-i— to return thank* thr "ugh the pre— of th* country ut th* ba rims of herself and th# nu*inliers of her fat. U> tor tterfi kind ti"— and eansiderathio to tesr U*reavw ment.    ___  Th* Wsstwra t'sl— sad Waaa—sher.  WA*i!!*UT"* CtTT, ApHI ai—Ute for* —nm—it is now mJ l*N»' to th# W—tent Union Telcgr ipb company for aho lt ten rn tnt to' —Trios, fora bu*tn.e« ani uaim/ to about t* h.UUB annually. Wanainaker’s rate is VI««ut» for ton words for (total— of iWO tulle* an lisas, and • propordoj * to in. re  tog and righteous deposition ha was put through his pa"— hi ooh ft Towmr w*’.k«l ou ha bind i-sgpa. lev down sn J trlgnsd dsath, ahouidared a »Uok Ilks a auidgtr bis gun, aud did —varai other tricks, flnaHr tripping graosfuby on two toga upon the Judge’s bench, and offering his pa* to bu nom* The court, tpus convto—d, awarded judg meet to th* defendant  T* He MelA Cadet Mortgage.  Tor**a, Kan, April M —Judge Putoff,  to the United HUG* district court, ob application of the Union and Menrnntll* Trust oompanb*, of Maw York, h— ocieml th* sat. of th* Mi—MUI, Kao— and Texas railroad under tuorigages beld by the trust 0( minutes As th* foreclur- had beeo arni- ably agt sad upon the proceedings were imr" y fora mi. The court authon—d th* receivers o bros leu th# gauge of the road between Greenville and Jefferson, Tag., and to omi,(leu- th* construction of th* road be-tweuii Max*chab ie and Hillsboro, Tax.  I—als—eat M urk. Rara sd.  Ottawa, 111*, April 'A—Th# King to Hamilton ItnpLment works, at this place, were destroy <*d by fir* Monday night. The fire started ahurtly after IU o'clock, and in l—a  tK<> " an hour the eutir* building, with  ~ ALSO—  Shoes Best and Cheapest  |- AT  for greater d alani—. The "<>mpeny wiU do exoapti'ff) of th” paint toop, w—d*-th- tat- mm ref usa the rate aud then sue '    ‘    ‘  the gov ruuwnt in or ter to baru the oon’ro-versy settled judtciaBy.  THE GLOBE.  ALTON, ILL.  Presidential Favurs. WakmixotoR OTT. A,»Hl -A- The preal-  imit has sent to th. **nato tte) foil wing •omtoations John C. Yr—nont, af N-*w York to b#a nui>ff gen- is! of Uh* United Hist— army, on th- retired list; J "Un T. | Luxor, of Maryland, to I* attorn* y for th#  I Bited Hut— for th* di*t • let of Maryland; I WttUaai V Ailey, of Mary an I, to be taar-,b«< of th# Uultoi Hut— for the district of Maryland  Hills let -odored Is th# a**at*. WA»M!wm«f Cmr, April UA —Among th* J toto toRi hnwrf in lh* Banat* ate the follow* J tug: fly Htefftnan—Fur tho —thai ut -iii- ; ti.na I terra k» at C'olMll* *. Ohio, at a goto of flfiJWA Hy Gibson- K. r to# pro-ftaUou of adult- ration cud mhtffaadtag of drugs and for the prnventlon of p teonotw or Injurious adulter at too*  Drowned W btl* I* a FU GbRaT BaBXIROToH, Ma—, April XA — Joe Twiug. of Hsrsfbdd, white fistiing In howctsok pond Sumiay eight with two eompaauws wa# #i»u»*d with a fit, tell backward from th* boat and wa# drvwoadL Th# pud/ arte recovered Monday.  strayed. Th* works went running la fBli f .roe, awl wert* heavily stooket with wagons and farm implements, ad of which were (befr ated. UM tn,|gwlhte at th* ptwaeot Dm* ta correctly —ttm«t* th* lo—. Th* works were Insured for fiflO. JUU, and the Iola probably I TD,OOO.  President Graves Skip Out.  MIRR XA FOW*. April A—A dispatch from La Crosse, Win, to th* Journal any* that W. H. (Jraves, pray i-ct of lh* farmer* to Mao hants' flank of Wart Ktteta, WR, has *s<Plied. UM wife and child hat* step |oo>\  He i* known to Lev* beaten Mw Bim tteufe of Cow mores out of #27% and it ta atB(e*-ted an investigation will show a had aute of  affairs      _  Hit by a Falling sign.  Daw KU, April EA- White a haavy alga was br big tow—xvi on Lafmno* stread Monday on* of th* ropes broke tatting od- end oi tbs sign fall stiilUog Cnptai** Andrew J.  Cohen '« tha ked, inflicting injuries that will prove fatal Cotew M an obi war veteran ani * well known throughout western railroad enrol#*.  A full ecrpe af stag la—; “a in chat ga of Chief El / .leer Foxier has coma»enoed a | GetUu r.  gurv< y of lh* road K#W*UU*e, w »  ft on) Green Bay to  A UNIQUE CHARACTER.  Decease of a Man of Many Peorttarttle# and W Ives.  Maw York, April W.—Hiram Hod th, a unique rnkkat of Norwich, Coon., died en Bui-da.v, aged seventy six yeara He was an sap—i mechanic, and invented tha window blind staple cutter, by which ha natl a fortune for bn itself and 0 B. Rogers to On, of tbta city, for whom he had wicked for the put fifty ymra Ha was a notable atte Md and wrote ("id poems, wb ion be recited to hts friends. Otic of bls poems on The Ova- J ti*>u" wa* as tong as "Th# Iliad” and ta the Homeric vein. Ile had the longest feet In Nor wit b, and had be— divorced more tin* than any other «-iti***n.  Left Mint ta a Month Not long ago to ma tied hts sixth wife, but ah* left Urn within a month. With all to* at UU— h* was a man of unblemished reputation end unqu—ttonad integrity. II to said bn would dc a thing to did It every tune Re was bent nearly into a tow, shuffled along tho sidnwa.ks, had aa ex-tr>*tnvly long uoae aud wore steel sfiectaci— that rtwtel on the very up He dearly loved a (X—trovorvy, and It was a rash scholar that tackled him on Bible lorn  FATAL MININO ACCIDENT.  Tw« Mea Billed end Five lither* Her!-"italy I .(Jureii.  Ashland, Wk . Apn.ltt —Cspt William Hooper and another man were killed sod Av* others seriously Injur d l*y sn accident to I br Great West. rn mine near Norway. The men were la the shaft wh ti ti/ ama* mistake the cag* abo va was moved white a oar was being run up— it. The result * o a shower of h#«vy rocks and timbers, which fell upon th* toad* of the mea I ""tow rapt Hoop—- wa* kilted outrlgat, Jam— Martin diet later of hts Injur tee ani on* othgr miner will pro*—b'y B it r**x>ver. Five rn*(I sutta toed brokea b—5, shoulder* and frightful hrulssa Caph Hooper was aa* of th* most prominent and successful mining separmtendasUa on th* upper pan-  BS '* ^___________  A Cathelte Frlest MUent cd. Watbutmwr, N Y., April UA— Bishop Wad ha ti is has ail—sd Father Pater J. H. Ryan of Bt Peter’s Roman Cathode church, Lowell*, N. Y , and suspended him from prtettly office ou ao>xmut of sci* unbecoming* p'lesk Th* (Alef complaint against him was aa to bt* inst text of assessing the congregation ant extorting mosey from them. Tbs trouble was brought to a climax a few benday* ago wi.<m the prttad’s demand upon a lady mwinlwr of lh* ooogr— gatiou for ber share of a certain %, sr—meat was refuaeL Fatiicr Ryan toeag— angry, struck her in the face with a prayer teak, sad used language unbecoming A prket  Ulapped the Wedding.  Ha Lie ut RT, MA, April Si. — Henry Ler-aatette, a jeweter who formerly resided tora, ani Mi- Victoria Wright, were standing at th* altar of a (bu reb, to xxi t to I* mo mad, when aa old tody rushed in and banded tte* minister a letter whh h was r—d aloud. It pfx>vsd to Ie* from th* wits of I aw "alette, who radd— with tow three children at Meppshnrg, Va Win— tie* mill I* UT flubbed reading the tetter lh* woe id-be bride fall ta a swoon and Lsron-tette tell th* church and diaappoarud.  Heir* Will Reappoint Ber,  Dan Moisx*. Iowa, April BL'-Gov#aar Bot— baa dsetdwi to reappoint M a Mary A. Miller, pr—ent state librarian, s re Kilter is a strong IV-puton- uL Her husband WM a ^tidier who IHI ate—t eight year* after the war ended Quito a nun.lur of good D fnocratte won*, ii v —<• appd nut* for the place, sow* (rf whom ware xpteadeily . iodur —I. and of whuff a—npdmwy there was no q—eth.a  Arr—I mf e Swindler.  VI Bk ATI ARD. Cal, fA —Detective Brad* thaw, of Iowa, I— arreted Aaron Btuith, af ft— Moines, Iowa, on • charge of obtaining money andor false pretences. Mouth is dvH with having sold Die min livest ok to four different i—rttes to Da» Moiuisl He recstvsd IL Rh dis—at on Iii" not— giveo •tot to payment, and with this funds brought his family to this state  Theodore Th*—a* t* Wad.  New Yogs, April Bi — Theodor* Thomas left for Chicago Monday night, and on May 13 to will to me rn d to Mi— Ho— Fay, sister of Amy Fey, OM of Ltest’s favorite  Eapiin Mr Thomas is a widow— (rf H U 1.1st atte having dted two year* ago. Mb* Fay la about Bi Bb* is decidedly musical to tear t nrtea _  There Was N* right.  lAit’ievit.i.t. April ai—Court has adjourned at Hat nm Court Roue. aid th* stat* troops pre od th lr way to their homes. Tis van ive! at PukviU Monday. Caph owmoui'id, — ye fliers was no fight Thu 1r*» pa Jai go to hunt Wilt Howard. hat oetfid not find hun.  OIL  A. J. HOWELL  DEALER IN  CARPETS, CERTAINS, CLOTHS, RUGS, Ac.  . Our Prices  WILL BK Kl KIND  LOWER -Considering Qualities and Styles-  Than in nay oilier house in Alloo In consequence of the GREAT EXTENT cf our SALES we ire enntikx! lo do Bushwa* ou a VERY CLOSE MARGIN unit U ie n rw* oguittid fact that. we bundle by far  LAUGER QUANTITIES OF GOODS  THAN ANV OTHER HOUSE IN THE CID. WHENEVER AND W KREYER YOU SKK THIS  CNCT TOO im AMO SU Ut tao* HOM io ITS  Ttefl  tux tws fum-ana  TRADE MARK  fCON A .STOCK OK KAKUK YOU MAY BK:    BM  O BRTAIN  That it is Ute VERY.BEST ar ti ce that can be had for th* price Baked.  A. L. FLOSS,  Third Bt. Opposite Belle.  BEK OUR NICK LIKE OF  Granite Ware  MOST COMPLETE UKE IK TUE CITY.  MLI  I  I am now receiving a lar#e and varied vtock of Clot hi, in nil the prevailing shade*, for Spring Suits, which I ain prepared to make up in th*  hionnble es,  GUARANTEEING  Most  A Perfect Fit  Reasonable Rates Complete  and  Satisfaction.  H.C.G. Moritz, 112 Third st.  ll. A. HOFFMANN.  No 100-102 Emit Second ut.  IMM a AUK!« ”4 FOK  Mr alf® i tor.  Cih k BtoYen  FlrebMlu Wa* wighI lo Last Five Year^  “ QUICK MM JLL 1 * d AHU UMM ti TV VSS. Hoofing, (iuMtrtmg,  MMI   

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