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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 A I .TON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18. 1890.  NO 89  ...i.  &wm  The Ever I POPULAR lUG  Sheet Music.  (CUA*. J, DEG ES ii A KT, Sol# Agent )  CHOICE SELECTIONS  CAKKFPf JA' AKHANGkl* FO BEG IS SEI'  and iron th* use or mar ERB or HIK  PIANO AND ORGAN.  I hopsack Walts,by.......  Fly A way Galop, by ..........  Gertruda Bream Waite, by .... Impatience (Banjo Galop),by  la th# Sunshine, by   .....  Jack Frost'* March, by  »„  Moment Musical, by ........  Playful Monde, by..,..........  Russian t; ■and March, by........  Star of Apertion Mazurka by .. Hhower of go*#* Galop, by  *    “    *    Walla,    by......  Wreath Waits, bf,,.,,,,., ......  Ac., Ste,, Me., Me.,  lYTWTBb  .... Wallis, .liectbovea. .Streabboif.   fang*.  , . Knight. ... Schubert.   Greene,  ....francis. Hartman a. Streabbog  THE POUK JIM.  Conventions Held In Eastern States.  Three  T1CKET8 PLACED IN THE FIELD.  . Gteee Ae.  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Rosenfeldt.  VOCAL AMD I NMTI!'MENTAL) IOC a Dopy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies-$1.00 for 15 Copies.  Catalogue FICKE on A|»i>llcii-on* or Mailed FICEK to any  lion Addr****  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piisa its.  Alton. Ill  Ready Mixed Paints I Oils  — AGENTS FOR THE-St. Louis Varnish Co. Fine VARNISHES aud JAPANS.  Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges  Th* Governor, LI.st.nHt Governor and  Tr.«.«r.r of M.u.rhu .ells lt.-n.ool>  Mf.tMl bv At cl Ini.itIon — R.publicans an I It in .i-.i. ti I t.int*<*tInn Hold (.rn* mil ion* Milt) Nom to Mt<- Stat* Tlrhrta— Mew IImtop ’iii* KvpublleuM*—Congressional N nu. in at Iona.  Poston, Sept. IM,—The Republican cob-et-ti'Ina was callet! to onier at IBIS a re. by Chairman Burdett*. Secretary Wardell read the call aud a leiupo'ary ur-g.tmciUon wa* effects! by the choice of J. O. Burdette aa chairmtn aud J. Otis Wardell nscretnry. Chairmon Burdette then made a brief addreva, and espial mid to the mn vc nth in the new ay ut* rn of bal-lot tug by counties. The committee on permanent organisation reported Hon. Frederick T. Green halg* ae provident and the naual long Hat of vicepresidents and secret ar lee Mr, Greenhalgs waa Introduced amt waa received with much ap please. The committee on credeotiale Prea.-riled Ila report as followe: Three hundred and flfty-oue cities and towns entitled to I,‘AM delegates, represented by I,til* delegatee Mr. Green beige then addreased the chn yen ti on.  t Nalraiu Graanttalgo’a Address.  At the opening of his address he scored the “independent element In politic#” and •aid: “More in sorrow than in anger I note their Inoonaistencfes. They are eloquent in denouncing Dmlley and Quay but bow mush more eloquent ie their alienee m to Hill and (Airman mad Higgins and Br I oe and Crocker and Mayor ti ant Not even the angelin grows of * Flossie' van evoke a song of praise from their Icy lips. They bewall the Impurity of th*-Republican party, and straightway A ug themselves sobhiug upun the immaculate bosom of Tammany.*  He then spoke of the work performed by lbs Republican party In congree* and cbaaxi with a strong plea for the federal election law, saying; The until eng»*d blood of Clayton still cries lr tu th* ground, appealing to your hearts aud con sciences as well aa to th* heart* and con sciences of the people of hi* own state The crime of Arkansas la the crime ol Ma»*acbn**tio—th* shame of one is the shame of the other.*  Governor B arkett, Lieutenant Gov eruor Hails and Treasurer Maroon wert renominated by acclamation  ef tile flMfem.  Th* platform congratulate* tim preai dent upon hi* administration of public affairs, and the tneml'-ra of the cabinet for their efficiency. Particular attention is paid to the state department. Internal revenue bureau and the postoffice de partmeut- The Hepuldicatt majority In congress come. lo for a large share of praise and Hp- aker K *hI Ie complimented upon the dblioguished ability with which he baa accomplished a great reform in the house of representatives and upoa the hearty indorsement he bs* received in his own district. The measures passed by the Republican majority rn cong re*# are enumerated, and of the Lu I ga bill it say t  *We d«m in I that the repeated, distinct and unequivocal pledge* of the party In Its national platform, reiterated in many state platforms, In r*-pect to a remedy for the criminal nullification of t he con antinion and lawn* of the United Blate* by the unlawful suppression of the bal lot of free cit ileus lo some of the states shall be oats* tired. And we dwclare It to be th* p.m*o duty of every Republican senator aud representative in congree* ta labor uaeeasiugly to piacs tbs measure known as the federal sleet mn bill or soots other equally effect!vs law upon tbs statute book of tho nation.”  commit tv# on credentials reported .’AU delegate* present It wa* voted to proceed to tadlot for a candidate for governor. Hon. J. H. (in I Un aer of Cocoa rd pre-ct,ted th* name of Ho*. Hiram A. Tuttle of Pittsfield and F. N. Bradford aetat tided the nominal m.t, Hon. Hiram I). Upton un mod Joseph A. Walker of Portsmouth, and Hon. T. ll Marvin of Portsmouth seconded the nom mal i«ai. Balloting followed. Tuttle wa* nominated ott tbs first ballot and lh nomination rn vie unanimous.  It WORM S pur im  Chicago News Notes of Interest  to the People.  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMED.  Black Diamond and Asbestos Hoofing. Building sod Sheeting Paper. Fores, Lift and Spraying Pumps. New Home amt Whits Sswiug Machines; $30 each. Agents for the  CONNECTICUT REPUBLICANS.  Celebrated Meter Fan Waeoes.  •—FINE LINK OF—  Camass. Buggies atli Spni Wagons  8m th. B«t ROAD CART «* WofU for no.  I IL JOH. Mint (I.  Hardware and Farm Machinery, Alum, III#  italy popular befan is the? - - *—  ■MIKI; r*r—;       -  Hcttr flrst-elss*. fully wart un ill oaly medium In pi ‘CS.  aaa sun ewiy “    — w ----^    *    Lf]  ESTE! EEE® %  Ars the best!« the world, and hmm all ethers for year*. ®fef  ■ss. The poople arc Im u.m. 10 feavi hast, sad will nave uoM» but Oar brier* arc th© ion *t «»»d («rms either Hmm pay UMHL sr cash, aa ct»* tatters prefer.    _  Call fwd sec a*, or r-cnd for Cata* leo ca aal fall taler maim a.  sinuol K Msrwln Nom Isaiah lev Ck.** amor—Giller Nomination*.  NKW Haven, Conn., Sept la—The Republican stet*convention convene ! In the Hyperion theater et IO o’clock Wednesday morning with Temporary Chairman ex Lieutenant Governor Cook presiding and with I,AOI people present. Senator Plait was called to the chair, and the following {a-misilent organisation was affected: President, Senator Plait, abd a long lust of vies presidents. Following these selection* Senator Plait ad tressed th* dell'.ga es in a ringing speech. Al ope portion bs referred in turn to Blains, Reed, and Harrison. The applause which followed enc l name shone I ju«t the jx»d-lion in wb ch rash stand* with Uonneilieut Republics!**. Mr. Maine’, nam* created a perfect furor; Heed’*nam) cam# tu ascon I, and Harrison'* third.  The Nominal lo aa.  Nominat ona were nest In order. Herbert KL Bs.lion. of New Haven, placed th* name of .Samuel K. Msrwln, of New Ila-Ten, before tbs convention for governor, and prolonged applause folio wad his efforts O n. Dwight, of Hartford, movtd tbs renomination by acclamation of tho ticket of two year* ago, hut th* motion fell flat. Au informal ballot was proceeded with The informal ballot resulted: Msrwln SC*. Bu Ike ley, AL Tbs ballot was mad* formal and Mr. Msrwln aaa declared thy dominos amid great applause. George Augustus Bowen, of Woodstock, was ll..initialed for lieutenant George P. Motown, of Hartford. toe a-c re tar) of aute; Hteven* Usury, of Hock rill*, for treasurer, Lyman A ratlin, of Bridgeport, for comptroller—all by aecia rn a ti on.  ESTEY & Ci  233 State Street, Chicago.  Tariff Hr form League ta the Taler*.  NKW YOUK, dept IS—Th* Tariff Batara) league Tu**day gave out an address to th* electors, in which I bk com meat ie mad* on th* McKinley b ill The monstrous increase of duties imposed by th* McKinley Mil and the 111-ooneidered, nureaaoaabis requirement* of the custom* administration MU will inflict a dorp. serious wound on tbs busine** tattiest* or your city. Not alone will yogi importer* suffer, but a,so your manufacturers, your owner* of re*! estate your builders, aud all th# wage-earning laborer. employed in their industries.*  Nominated en the SAU'Ii ll*I Id.  GKO*: ITOW*. Ohio, Se|»L IR,—Hon. John M. Pattison, of Clermont county, wan nominated for emigres* Wednesday morning nu the IM h ballot by the Democrats of the K avour Ii district.  CASEY, Ohio. Sept. IS—Ex Governor Charles Foster waa nominated by acclamation iii th* Eighth district Wednesday for con arest  Connectival Democrats.  llAirrr< Ki>, Couu, H pt. is.—Th* stat* Democratic convention Tuesday nominated this ticket: For g •vsrnor, Limon Ii. Morris; lieutenant governor, Joseph W. At'op, of Middletown; secretary of •tats, J. J. Phelan of Bridgeport; ires* arar, Marvin H. Banger, of Caatarbury;  conin.roller, Nicholas Htaub, of New Milford *  CLOSE CALL FOR DEATH.  A Conductor'* Coulneo* I're vent* a Terrible Accident at Cincinnati.  Cilia MV ATL Ohio, Sept. IR-The eool-ne** aud eelf-possession of a conductor on thi) Sycamore street cable Tuesday pre venial an awful horror. Homa forty pas rangers wore aboard when th* car reached tbs top of 8y cm more street hill, a descent of fully half a intl*, with so average declivity of SS degrees and an elbow curve. Just as the train, consisting of two cars, came around the curve at tbs top of the hill the gripman noticed one of th* city garlstg* wagon* hank up at th* Mulberry »tr cl sewer ai*tern. Us rang tar them to clear tho Ira* k, but th# driver was un ab a to do »o. Ile tbeu rang tar breaks, but they refused to work, The train .tarted st n fearful velocity Bf the tittie three •quart* bad been traversed the train was flying like tbs wind and screams ami yet‘eof fear filled the air. It waa only a square lo th* garbage wagon stepped dear la Tima.  With a I rig fitful crash th* grip ear 'truck it and daabad IS Into a hundred fragment* A square further oh a big la*>r wagon wav ca th* track. Tbs noise its henry w levis mad* prevented the driver hearing, and it looked as if death waa a iii-ai I. Teen the conductor, who wa* bu-Ms ilia gi .p.iiau, dashed back among the fainting people in tbs rear gar and put on tim slot brake al the risk of bls'life and #'opp 1 -1 th* car a foot away from th* wagou. M re than half th* passengers bad j imped off, anti all were more or lee* aerlotisiy Inj.i.vsl, none seriously. Among those no ait badly hurt were Frank Atter, of I bs Four Ii National bank; William Alms, whole's!* day goods; Walter Field. It ib--rl 8 nil Ii, and Georg; Newhall; prominent merchants  It Is Heleeted by Po -Id* ut t'a'iu -t, at (be  World'* I air t ton •• '•Iou, and C«."isl* of Tbirtrr* IM-io-»rrat« sad Tli'vteeW Halibutim—A Vt -!*»<««* •>..«! p -r ■Mer I IS Tear-G d liny t at I* Two by rn t able t ar.  On lr SOO, Sept, in —When I’re-tdent T. W I'.diner of the (hi lot tat Columbia oomraiMwlon, walked tutu iii 1  council cha rn !a*r at lh o’clo* k W rJm-slnv morning to open th* thinl da)'a * -'ion of the comtnisalon, ho carr v I a hat of his executive oommities nomination' in his mlrol Th* rue* robin! coin mi-'inners Acted aa if in has** to get into order to receive the names. Til# executive cerata! tie* a* appoln ted consists of Messrs. .VI. L McDonald, R C. Keren*, Henry Ex all, P. A. B Widener, Com rma»lonere-at-large; J. T. llama, Virginia; W J. He*ell. New Jeroiy; Ii. B. Smalley, Y#f-moat; E. Ii Martindale, Indiana; J. R. Thatcher, New York; F. W, Breed, Mas sachnaettt; Euclid Mirt.n, Ncbrasks; Ret-'# It. Prince, K in***; M. H. Harrison, Minnesota; J. D. Butt, West Virginia; A T Ewing. Illinois; W. F. King. Iowa; ii P. Plait, Ohio; L McLaw*, Georgia; T. L Williams, Tennessee. Joseph Hirst, Florida; R. I* Kaunders, Mississippi; L H. Hrahfleld, Montana; IL E Goodsll, California; A. T Britton, District of Co Inmbia; J. A, Mi Ken sir, Kentucky, and Presid ut T. W. Palmer to th chsiriuan by r -olurloB of the commission adopted July I. I VMO.  Hat Mil e<t with Hllent Approval. Applause greet a-1 th* tea * I im of the names of this Important committee and several commissioner* wished to piss re* olutlons thanking Mr. Palmer for hi* excellent choice.  "Hi eat approval will suit ins Just aa well,” remarked the p-eridral Th* executive committee ic composed of thirteen Democrats and thirteen Republic* a. The reading of the minutes was dispensed with and th* report of th* committee on rales, hr-taw* and regulation* of lh# by law* for th* governmeut of th* commission was aobmtDed.  HAS HE BEEN MURDERED?  AN ALL AROUND RASCAL.  'larding rmtlvwl-t* Wail- by rn Young  Coni—tan Made by Min at IM I tab* rg.  Pinvpt no, Pa, Sr pc IU—Charles Lye too, IM years old, ami a member in giant Standing In tbs Handy Avenue Baptist church, an officer in the Young People's Hcciety of Christian Endeavor of the sam* church, and a member of the Young Meu's Christian s*mn-I it ion, ac cording to bis own confesalon is a prof es atonal robber. Nu rue roo* robberies have I tern committed in tbs east end. First Mrs. Lytton, the mother of the young luau, woe chloroformed and robbed of a small am<>U'ii of mousy and some Jew elry. lu q ;irk *u■'Cession A nnmb r of houses were ski Bf ally robbed, tbs robber leaving no clew.  Tbs Thief Gift, ta Earth.  Last week the dressiug rooms of the East Rad Gymnastic club were entered while th* member* of the dub ware at practice and several gold watches and other valuable* were carried off Descriptions of the watches were given to the police and It waa discovered that young Lytton had paw .ted one of them He wee ar rested Monday and Tuesday coo (saned that he had rem ut it ted all the rublwrtea Young Lytton is good looking aud noted for his treatluMs. Ile confessed to having ruined several east end girls who belong to the circle of young people In which he was a general favorite.  M) atrrlou* l> las pp** ranee of a IV lines* ta a Criminal Case.  ('Hit*AUO, Wept. IS —<J. W. Itaveeann. of Mn Week M oli-oti »treet left his place of bullule I u-aa I ay morning aiwiut Me'elock to go to IV Clark street od busuress, say in# be would return si ll o’clock Noib lur bas bren seen of bim ainee. Ile la Mi year* old, of I arc* null I, weighing 'Jeu pounds, and ha* Bg hi hair aud n-uvtachA He had (at a black d« rby hat, dark coat, veal, aud pants, aud had a Mss-mir vimrm on hts watch ch* 1 ’, -tad an‘Md Fellows’ and Knights of Pf bias bmigr oa bls vest. Mr. Havereoti Ires lew in the city only a short gam, having c un* from Aonih Boa-ton. lls was want* I aa a *ita**a ta a criminal case at itoAiou, and the defendant Is Mid lo have threatened WO kill Ha verson bsf re tbs latter could have an op portably of tasilfylng agamist him. Mr* Haversou lear* thai this man followed her bnsband to Chi; ago and sauced bim to some place aud killer I bim.  ( at la Twa by a ( abl* Car.  Chicago, Hept. IS.— G«ubo!d Bender, a lf-year-old boy living at ISS Park street, while trying to board a Milwaukee av# nu* grip car Wednesday morning slipped and fell under th* whe. • and was Instantly killed Young Bender was the eon of Gotthold Bender, Se , who la a traveling man and who ie now of the city. Th* boy ran from the sidewalk and triad to get on the grip car while the tram wa* la motion, ll* failed to hang on, fell to th* ground, and th* trailer cut him ta two lh* police did Hut arrest the gHp-mau, a* the) considered that th* boy was entirely to blame.  Terrible Aeeldeat Ie a Yewag Lady.  Bt Hi qt I. Iowa, Hept. I A—Miss Georgia Smith, daughter of Col Dwight Smith, manager of the Consolidated Tank line, waa rested in a buggy ie front et her Jpfher’s office Tuesday evening when a runaway leans attached to a lamber wagon cam* down Main street extension. A clerk in the office rushed out to rescue Min* Btu Uh, who In the excitement of the roomful Jumped directly between the runaway h»rs*A Th* wagon tongue was broken aud beat and part of it caught her dn sa She waa dragged down th* street, oue of the horas* stepping upon her stomach, kicking ber teeth out and cut ting her hr* I. The boree* ran Into a shed fifty feat away and were stooped I^le fee red Af lea Smith’* injuria* are fatal.  A Mysterious!) Missing Woman.  CM ic tut), Kept. Id.—I»r. A. G latrsou, of Hall Lake City, Utah, bae lost his wife and IIH (JOO ie a strange manner Mr*. Larson disappeared from Hon lh Pueblo, Cola, Wednesday, the Ad inst , having almud the whole of th* amount above men Boned In ber pureresion, and slues that | Bm* nothing bas lawn heard of her, a1 though ah* telegraphed her husband to meet her at Ute Briggs h<m«* in this city th* following 8durday, Hept. I There are very strong reasons to believe that th* woman has been rutdiod and perhaps ab i ducted or murdered  Draw Meg la a ('tater*.  CMU ago, Rapt IU—Edward Mercies, 4 years of a.*, fell into a cistern lu tbs rear of his father's houre un Clark street, near On* Hundred aud HItteeuth street, sod  was drowned.  Veterans Cell M th* President.  CMM* ix Hr iii *tMk Pa, Hept. lh—The Grand Army poet of Tyrone, Pe., KW strong, reached here Wednesday morning before 9 o’, lock Tilt- pretidrnL in antic governor^ tpation of the arrival of the vetarAtia, partook of »»i early breakfast, aud w*« ready to roeoiv* them The vial tors t-ald their rvepeets to th# executive in tbs “Hocial ball* of tbs Mountain house. There were About twenty-five Indict with the party, Ae soon ae th# rerejdion wa* over th* veteran* returned to their special train and left the mountains for their I omen Shortly after IO o'clock th* president and a party of invited guest* left Cresson for Johnstown end Uraeosburg.  Tea Hors ffalally It ti rem!.  Bait Lake, Utah. Hept. IR—Th#dwell lag of Min J. W Hevage, at I*ark City, was bu row I Tuesday morning During the progress <Mt th* fir* it waa learned that ber two boys were la the building, one of them aged lh was brought out aitvA but so horribly burned that he died a few honre later. The charred laxly of th* other wa* found after the fir® waa out.  Chose a Kart ire I t are.  P« Jutland, Urn, Sept. lh—Charles Wballey fatally shot bls wife Tuesday, and i hen shot bi meal f dead. The woman was !■« un in a boos* of bail repute ag-ti net the will of ber has band, who la said to have told a friend Moeday night that be would hill her rather than see her lead til* life sli» was living NVhalt-y’s parent* reside at Norfelk. Us  swat. LOUIS noose. DIO & OU* OU** St-  Manti os this Paper  I Hw    SI.  gov Go verser of Maw Hampshire.  Concord, M. II-, ‘h-pc BL—Pbcnalx  ball was crowded with delegates to the I Republican stat* convention when Chair - I man John B HmitL of th* state commit- ' tee rapped for order al ll:Ui Wednesday morning Mreare. Bowen of Newport aud Atherton of Naahua were appointed a oommkt** to escort President Joshua hi. Bellows of Walpole to the chair. 1%*  A Deliberate Be let Ae.  Ort av d Kaimim, Mist.. HepL Ii.—George Gibson, ii years old. committed suicide Monday night by putting a bullet through his brains. Th* body wa* discovered Tuesday m< rniug OI leon cam** from Otthgo. N. V , and ho* been subject to menial depr* »-io* tor years He wroth to bis uncle edifying blin of what be wa-about to do aud directing him in what manlier to di*)K>*e of bl* effects.  Awing for (soiree* Damages  BtarioV, Hept. UL—Neil McNeil, oho-tractor, baa brought suit for ISi.tMO agst eat th* Boston chamber of commerce, that being the profit he claims he w»ujd have made lf he bad bren awarded the emit net for the us* e'taiuber of commerce building, his bld f it which was lh* lowed. Norc hmm Bros received th* eon • tract. _  MIrlke of PreIghl Haatllers  XKKKX HAIT*. Iud., Sept IX — the freight handlers at th* "Big Four freight depot went out Monday afternoon on a demand for rn increase of w«hi from •I |A a day to fit Uh. Liter they agr.-** I to return to work, pen bug a A'**i decls-leo b/ the OO ll) pan) before Saturday  Uate.-leA ta Itta ii mea. lh MTOX Ma"., Hep! ML - Dr KL M. Fet-ris. a wealiin rend -it of Brooklyn, com-mif'-d Muicid • at hi# Breton otto* ♦) hutntx-r m.n- ■ , i‘» *4 »y m >ri>tag bv aho »%• log bini'elf thro !4b ''n* band with A r#. gullet lie waa JA yr.tra old The eau*e of t a*d ti H laid purely to aniie'y aud os* •« rh.  COAL.  The Famous Gillthpie Soft (JO IL dc-II vc rd! at five minutes notice in an) quun tlty. Rut us lo a Clear Gray Aah, mr Clink* era or Cinders. Beal Soft Coal In the  West.  HARD COAL  Iii all Bizes, Delivered at Lowed Market Price*# Quality Uvihurpass( <I,  DUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TIJLKPHONR 84 AND 31.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  HARD AND BOIT COAL.  To oar friend* would say we apa now prepared lo put In fwntmeoe and iw*  iir ol i one# Hatiafariion In t-vi-rj ca** ghat*nh od Hwoond-hemd Far*  pair  lur COA Always on hand.  gunranhBffd.  PITTS & HAMILL, :  815 BULLE HT HK KT.  STOJ 3  J WHERE ?  -AT-  E. L BORCmirS,  —Ahi) RIM Mr—  LATENT FA I! It ICH  -IM  CLOTHS, WORCESTER! *N0 CASSHWERES.  Which I will make up in the v iy LtTlt-l F.A8TMBM XTTLkr* MOA* bet VtjOdWorh men employed. I defy all woald be lorn petition.    sweety  ITS NO SECRET.  Ti.at our STOCK is th© MOST OOMPURB We can show you 8om< thing New ae often aa you oaU Uh:  lo  CARPETS!  Tapostry,    Body Bru"olR.  Ingrain,    Art Squares.  Rag or Hemp.  HST CURTALNTSi  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Fortier.  I JNJ RUGS!  Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & 'Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats..  I Aldine Uke to see the No west ami F.nest in House DAoorelion*. Tho Kaiieet way to ae© them ie ti Call frequently Al Aor self bi ie hare At,  wa* L.tllsskM    war    I    uhs    Im    ti    ne    aw#.#    r  whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL  FALL SUITS.  I AM KOW Uhtl'Y TO 11 MN 1811 IV ERY MAM ll ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MAUK FP'iM CLOTH* 8) LKCTKD MMi’MCULLT BOM  F 9  A. lls Us WEA R  OUT IM Tllie MOOT STYLISH MAMMIH,  With. Perfect Pit,  AMD  At Figures that will PltaHC AU.  H. C. (dr. Moritz.  ..... V.   

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