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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  (JKKAT  •af* We have ha<l nnanufaotared for oar Special Trade (by one of the leading Paper Mille in tho Kaw) a  wSfsmm of the LATKST  " n "  PAPERTIES.  (BOX PAPER.)  I hone Match lean Goode are now under way, and will reach uh i u about IO days.  t&rWe have cut de©D into the price* of our preeent stock, and offer you «amo at  TOUB OWB PUCE.  Aa?*Remember all our goods are open to your inspection, and you will Bad each and every article distinctly marked in  Hln in Kij^uros.  BEEEIMW'S  GREAT  Outrageous Work of Whitecaps in Michigan.  BARBERS WHO CAN'T BE BLUFFED.  They Cut l‘rl«iti af R a | r  Catline tad Shaving and Amin tike Ira af Othar Knight* af ilia Moose—aviolite of a  Toting Alfin Who Thought HU Allow-•ana Wm Too Nmall-A Young La4/  Na tale aa.  | p«iu« by tsking the prisoner bsck to I Omaha for trial. Rial! wag discharged.  DUco vary af aa Awful Crim a.  Baltimore. Md, Oct. 7.-The nude body of go unknown white woman wa* found in Back river Sunday. Around the body a "tout rope won wrapped several times, To each of ite two ends was ee-ourcly tautened a belgian paving block.  I lie woman woe apparently lift ween 96 ami at) years old. A past- m>>i tam amini-nation ilioweJ thm lh*? worn ta wm dggd when thrown Into the water and that she bud l«en it victim of tunlpr*ctics.  Gen. Harrison and His Party  En Route for the West.  THOSE WHO ARE ALONG WITH HIM.  The Ever I A n  POPULAR iUC  ►Sheet Music.  (CHAS. J, DKGKKffART, Arte Agent.)  CHOICE SELECTIONS  LARKKULLT ABMA MG IC It Ko DEGMfMET AND KOR THM UNK OK TKACH KEN OK PHK  PIANO AND ORGAN.  t hopsack u nit*, by...........  fly Away Galop, by  .......  Gertrude Dream Waite, by  impatience (Banjo Galop},by  In ttw Bunching, by   ........  Jack Frost* March, by.....  Moment Muttra), by ..........  Playful Honda, by ...  ......  JtucctanGrand March, by ......  *tar of Affection Maxnrka.hy.  Nhower of Rose* (.alop, by.....  “    “    Walt*, by.....  Wreath Waits, by .......  Ae., Ae., ac., Ae.  ......IU loam  ... Wain*. Beethoven. ..Mreabbog .... I tinge.  ■ . ..Knight, — Schubert.   Greene.   franc!*.  Hartmann  Htreabbog  •  Gleee  Ac.  JACKSOM, Mich., OcL 7,—A bond of w Ii ite-('ape has Inaugurated a *yatam of a moat outrageous cbaraoter in this city under the very dome of the Michigan •Ute prison. A few months ago two barliers, ( rusou and Hill, opened a shop lu title city and sUrted In on cut rates. Their oourse at once an-used the enmity of all the other barbera In the pinon, wire met! every means to lndaoe them to leave tow n. They drat attempted to buy them on with rn big bonus. Having failed in tin* they sought to buy nut the interest of Cr noon, hut he persistently refused to sell. The cheap price* proved a drawing cir I aud gradually the shop wa* doing the bulk of the busine**.  Warned ta Leave Town.  Whether the regular bar bere were at tim bol torn of it or not a system of bitter persecution has pursued these men for the last two Weeks. Their wive# were in-mu I tod on the »tr«vt aud practically ottra-cised from ail society and their children were Jeered at by the other eehool children, hut the climax was not reached un til Saturday, when a White-Cap notice surmounted with aku!! and cr one-ho Dee was sent to them, directing them to leave tow u at once or abide the outlast)uenoea Saturday night or early la the iii truing the shop wa* broke u Into and whatever eould In* carried away was stolen and all the Stationary furniture smashed.  th*  WILL BE DONE BV CONTRACT.  eking Traparatloa* fur Work aa ll rn nr I* I ll Casal.  Wahuixqtum Cut. Oat 7.-Thuro will | probably not be much delay in commencing work on the Hennepin canal under the (SOO,Otto appropriation made for the purpose In the recent river and harbor I act, unless there should be some unforeseen obstacles in the way of procuring titles to the necessary lands. Just at present the war department Is waiting for a rejKirt from Clapt. Marshall givin? a detailed project of the most dc-treble work to bi done under the amount that ha* lawn made available. TbU is expect-.,| daily at the war department and will doubt less bn approval without dei ty, a* It is tbs desire of the department to have ibis work well under way by the time the next river and harbor bill Is prepared, wben a larger amount will be a-ked for.  Legal Title* to Land*.  After It hod been decided bow the present fund* aha I be spent the next step taken will be lo acquire the legal title* to such lands as may lie necessary. Till* will be accomplished ttirou (h Cnpt. Marshall ani tbs Units-,! .States district at torney for northern Illinois, and finally through the dup in me it of Jnstice bore The hulk, if not a I, of the work is to be done by contra/-!. It Is expected that all  the prelimit) srtes In the way of acquiring title*, advertising  THE LATEST.  The Stepping Stone, by  Sidney Roienfeldt.  VIX AL AMD I NMT RI MKN TAL. Mc I* opy.  OUR SPECIAL TERMS:  10c Per Copy.  25c for 3 Copies.  50c for 7 Copies*  $1.00 for 15 Copies.  Ml-109 Third st., cor. Pfaea.  XTOI.  Cataloon.' PKBK tm Application, or Mallet! FICK*; to AtUIrcNN.  any  IKL.  Cbas. J. Degenhart,  Third and Piata its.  Alton. Iii  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or ’White Pine Syrup, or Any Medccine You Need, at  MARSH’S DRUG STORR  RAN THROUGH Hts FORTUNE.  ■Kleig# of a spendthrift at Nyraeas*. I*.  Y. —Other Suicides.  >\itAi i ne, N. Y., Oct, 7.—Justin Glenn, • young man of this city, committed suicide by throwing himself head foremost from a window. Glenn'* father, who beld an ofB.c la the New York Central Railroad company, died about two year* MT* h aving him aeveral thousand dollar*. I he suit wa* • Inst young man and •lieut bu own legacy In a few week*, and when hi* mother died loot August abe I.ill a will providing that the ton should have only $;yy * month ba* I do* his living expends Tbl* amount was quickly pc * each mon. h and the young] man craved for more. Munday night upon retiring to hi* room after a good time he i, ok cut the hats I will and read aud reread it for boun. At 6 o'clock Monday morning a poltcnmau found his dyed body on the sidewalk. Hi* neck wa* br, ken and 14* right hand grasped the crumpled will.  But a Ballet Im Hie Brain.  New I ORK, (X*t 7.—John Rugge, German saloonkeeper, ootumlt'ed suicide Monday morning by shooting himself thr 'Ugh tho head with a revolver la ahi ii ace of bust noes. 37 Hudson street. Ne  cause for the deed ean he found. His wife  seems to think he was robbed of a considerable sum of money and then murdered.  * i,w  polite, however, place no credence In  lh* story.  Bn lr Iii,-,| WUU* ItesfMMMtesL  Cli.stuntill*, WI*., Got. T.—Soturdey about midnight MI** Kale Hobrer,dough b-r of ■ large mill owner here, left her home and walked down to the millpond, where abr deliberately drowsed herself Iii a few (ret rn waler. Sh* was missed fra® the Immm, Mid a March revested the dead body lying in die water s short distance from dm re. Mise Kohler was lately attacked l»v consumption, which In heredl-tury in die family, sh* became very despondent and this lad to suicide. The a (inly formerly lived at Menasha, where the remains will be taken.  Fall Styles.  Latest jSTovoltios  in  xx* A ^ 1/ ' I Af 3 h M " IK % A T   and DR KSS SU I RTH, BLACK UNDERWEAR and DAIS,  HUIT8 Made aud Huiie/acilon  tw Ord»*r at ItuuNonalile Prici's, GuarrauUwd, ut  BRUEGGEMAN BROs.  Artistic Tailors and Furnlsiiets.  PIANOS  Ar* Immensely papular befan** mev •re strictly Irst-clats, fully war ran lea* WH atlll euly medium in price.  Ar* the heat In the world, and have led •ll ether* far jean. (Her I HD.inn) in The people are bound lo have lh, Plat, and will have none hut the Ester. LOT prices are the lour ,! aud terms father time pay attn is ar cash, aa ens* •amir* prefer.  lf “ 4  •«»»< or ■<*nd for Cate. mu** Hid full  ESTEY & CAMP,  233 State Street, Chicago.  •e^St. Louis Houao, 010 & OIS Olive  Maalioa this Paper  lllr* hall Will Probably TVqfs**.  Woodstock, Out, Or. 7.—ainee hfc Umv ut Iou iiircha I Hon lieea constantly talking .bout lh* murder of Benwell, and It I* prof table that before the date set for hi* execution arrive* he will have I made a clean breast of th* orime, ii* ha* already made « number of important ad nu**.on* regarding th* caw tie so-j knowledge* inst he Wa* an aocestwtry i conf. •-em t fiat he took Uenweil to Ka*t-wood aud heyon/i. iu the direction of th* *„ amp where tbs body of th* young lung liehnian wa* discovered, hut denies that It woe hi* hand that slew lieu well. He aor* not say much about his uegoii*»lon* with tie victim and bls father though he freely admit* he went in to swindle bol b them and Belly, Mr*. Uirchall had uu inters.ow with brr husband Saturday afternoon for th* first ti ma ainee be wa* condemned to death. The Interview was s brief and affecting on*, Blrohall «xh!b-lung conal dei abl* emotion  De.ervm* ul M*/uyotyath/ far Hla Loa a.  Ba* f KANCtwptk Oak 7.— In connection with a *eneationa* story published It New Yolk to th* effect that a young French medical student named Louis I feasant hod lieeu »« md led out of fi3,u« In that cit) by a girl graduate of Vassar named H ancile Richardson, who afterward left for him Francisco, tile police of this city have learned th* following particulars! The woman I* French ami hoe since ber arrival U-en an in max* of a ho aaa of iii-fame I tea, ani ie also here, bul Ina lead of bt-iug a medical stndaat la od* of th,wa men who live upon the earnings of up fortunate women.  JB-    Md    making    contract*  "ill la- arranged i-i t „ to liegin the kctual work of cons ruction during the present year.    *  GIVEN A DEADLY INSULT.  A rtiam«terl*tie Occurrence la tis* I -ne atar Stale.  Ballas, Oct. 7.—The Cartoon, sn Iii t rib its I pit bl lent ion. for fuhrer .ti creeks pad ha* waged * b I sr waif*™ on Major Connell and his a !ministration. Bet arday'e l*#u« carien n e I tbs mayor as e bunco steerer an I Munday afternoon hi* honor met H. I* I Vat#, editor of the Cir-toon at th-f,ox af the stairway led U» his o/tlce and roundly berswd Ulm u* IngepUheu whi •. generally lo* I u a killing in this dime.  The ll,air Didn’t •*«*.•*  Pea** made a motion a* too igh to put hie hand in hi* In,-,un to dr »,* * revolver when th - mayor grants I him by th* veal and tore it wide .quo, at the ume tun. pulling a gun. Pei*,, wa* unarmed. Con nell then expectorated tobacco Juice rn the editor a fee*, aud said th ti if he atsailed bim ag.,in be would kill him. The end la not yet.  A PlSMALOU fLOOK,  Had Cvadltlsa af a Number .if Naltlar* Ie OK la*, awa.  Wichita, Kan, Get. 7.—Chairman Katon, of I lonely, an, J tb* committee appointed by Governor tkeeie, of Oklahoma, to pure ham, pro vial on* with the government appropriation recently grouted arrived here Munday and commenced ojwr iUooa They report th* condition of large u urn hen of the settlers in lh* new territory aa decidedly bad. aud .ay th* •47, (nu appropriate,I will not go far to-ward rail*slug Uh* distress that bo* only Ju,t cotnn»eu«ed. The winter la look*! forward to witb many for* bodhi ga, and there will double** i* frequent demands for .ulwtanita, an. rue u More I p* ,p|, In the Huck Jack country are in dcplor ald# circumstance*. They went into the eon a try with nothing *„d have not eve,, the meager crops their white neighbor. managed to raise.  Bt.  EXPRESS ROBBERY RECALLED.  TK em aa a. Weaver Kelaasad from (Ka MlMoerl Penitent tar jr.  Lim is, Get 7 — Thom** M. Weaver wa* discharge,! Saturday front th* Mu •our! penitentiary under the three-fourth* rule, having nerved three year* and nine month* of Ins Av* year'* ae Ute now Weaver wa* sn accomplice of Fred Witt rock, or Jim Cun.miogs, in the Adam* express robbery of iwtl on the Bt Ixonia and Kau rrancinoo railway, Wmvm came to St Lout, with Vt lttrock from Chicago, where  lie nan a f-tinily, for th« purpoM of  lug in the per|N-tratlon of the robbery, hut his nerve roiled him at th* last moment and be ref need to be a party to the act Iteelf I*ier, bowe tnt, he re. Hived taut) of lh* stolen money and be woe convicted of belug so accessory before and after tbs fact  A Jraioui Would-Be A aa aaa I a Shot.  MT Louis, Mo., Oct 7.-Shortly before  ll o'clock Saturday night William O'Donnell, aget! ti year*, la company with two ycmiig so met I. wa* play leg cord* In the parlor of the bouw, Pie Lei Yea ne street, when John Ft ti nay rushed In, and in a fit of Jealous rage stabbed O'Donnell several time* ta the breast and shoulder* I ba Utter drew a revolver and fire I. the bullet taking tffect In ftcr.#,'# oraio and •analog rn.isnt death O'Donnell’* w „md» ar, »vn<rn*, but eof necwwaruy  fatal  Biali la Ueaat Lurk.  New Yolk, (Jct. I.-Crjest Hull, who wa* arre.ied al th* ML Jams* botel Mat un!*) ,«*■« telegram from Omaha, Neb., for -kiIn 'sling $18,uru from Richard J. Strain hi by bogus land trait sa otioao, wa* arraigned in pollee coart Munday moru ing Mr Straight was present and said he bud ne l«eir* lo pro-scut* Riall aud th*/ he hod ti,ado a ii. tat ak* la causing kl* am*iv he could sot *v»ar 'he ex  Ii* Tackle* the Wrung Mao.  MULI.AX, Idaho, Get T.-El Stacey wa* killed Sunday by K A. David*™, h a cey aud hia partner Bassett, who have been a terror to Idaho,conduded that they would throw the country tulo excitement by rot iii ug every saloon from Bettsville to Bturgi*, i„ Montana. Diogul.log themselves aith mask* I putting on cdd clothe* they started on the expedition. The first place they came lo they only found EU ce ut*. They then killed th* keeper becuna* he did not have more money. Stacey was after ward shot by Davidson, whom he tried to rob.  Seer et ary Blame Summon. Lteat.-Cno*-manlier Better to Washington to Give Ills Yet .ton of the Killing of Gen. Harrandla—Minuter M sner May Ba Recalled — Bid* for Three Mew Tags for the Nary—Tv* Presidential Appointments.  Wa**;st,to* City. Oct. 7. -Provident Harrison ami party left Washington via Hic < ’benapeek# and Ohio railroad at 11.34 Monday morning, The party con* •l-t* of President Harrison. Mor tary liney. Marshall lian-leli. i',,,i, Mere di Ii, Private Mecieiary Half,,rd. My, Gt*< * go Hr# ut ham Main of tbs United Pr,-■*, and Mr* and Jeanette Millford, who will accompany the party aa far a* Imii.uinpoli*. Tue jmrty will travel in an e eg.u>t Pullman hotel out. the “ll**.  I erne re," which vroa rendered for the use of the party by 1‘M.ldeot George VI pullman. Mr. Charted K Hid, .p. gen t r d et,stern |»a«iuT,ger agent of the com pany, rn ide all of th.* lr msport ttion ar range timu (« of tho entire trip. Ile will atcoinimuy tbs party.  THE KILLING OF GEN. BARRUNDIA.  Reeking for Mere I n rot in nil,in of Ike Aff ,lr~ Mi aller May He It en. I led.  W AMI I MOTON CITY, Oat. 7.-In addition to Minister Miami's own account of the killing of Gen. Usrrundia on board an Amel I, an vessel |„ ti* harbor of San Jose, Guatemala, Re, re tory Blaine will •ooh br In poaveaeion of t he aocouut ol th,- IhM.t Miaul commander, George G Keller. It Iih- ie en deduitely Irnrnwl that iteiter has be»-a ordered to Washing trai expressly lo give his version of the affnlr to the state d<-[wirtment, and lf It Corn nponds with Mr. Blaine's present Mud*reloading. Mr. Migner will In- aakc! ta rxjdsin hi. ru i.Mn If he cannot dc Un* to the sntisfaction of Mr. Bum# he «HI la- recs I IM U is undersbHid What during the entire trouble In Guatemala Mf. Mlc-ier ignored the Uuited Mate* naval offl.vrs enilrely, and they knew nothing of the Burnt mils affair until some time after it was ait over.  Bids for Tux* for tho Navy.  WAAU IMOTO)} CITY, Oct T —iud* wert (’lamed Monday at the navy department IOT three att am tugs for the navy. Barr) von Lo, lug, of .Hilllh Huston, was the low est bidder at gU.tSK each, and he will probably he awarded the contract. The next lowest bidder wa* John H Dialogue. of Wilmington, D>1, at fi t 3 to Hied., pnrtineut ha* bien aln,ut a fear sud* half MCU ring Id,Is for tinwe vmM, aud th* plan* of the department bad lo be altered before sbipbuiiders could be induced to bid,  Appoint menu ky th* Frost 1.ak  WAbUlKUTox City, OCA T.—Tbe president baa appointed Charles A. IKaigherty, of Pennsylvania, to be ewratnry of legs floe to Mexico, un J IU iinn^n White-boom, of New York, to be secretary of I* gallon to Italy.  Flatted Ors. McClellan'* Torah. *  Trenton, k. J. Oct. T, —Th* Cooot of Part* and his party arrived ber* al ll o'clock Munds) aud were roost red by Gen. Htrykvr and a number af the aiel, (iffldaU It took eleven cooch** to coo vry the entire party to Rive raid, tory, where (ten McClellan is buried. A the oouni pi*awd the mouutoent recently ererted u* tit* generei, he raised hie bet and then proceeded to the grave •ont* IOO yard* distant Here he knelt on hi* ( cutnmitmler * mound aud wept, while ail thorn who circled around him lifted their hate. The party then drove to the real deuce of (fen. htryker. where a luncheon  lh “M preaani ware  G VS. C hild#; Gen. E. Hurd Grubb, ex eecretary of the navy; Geom M Itedw •on, Gen. Butterfield, Gen. rfowaol, Gen hit kiss Gen. Mi Mahon, Gen Origg, Col,  C ielien, eon of the general; Berretory Of blate Kelaey aud about thirty others At 1:30 the party left for Philadelphia.  Will Malty Ut*, the Men’* IX It Ina.  Yore, Oct. 7.—Th* officers of the Brie railroad have not ae yet replied to the petition of th* trainmen for a new schedule of hours prevented by them a week ago All the official* would say In regard to th# matter was, that tbs new schedule of hours esked by His men re quired much thought and careful itudy, and that It would be some days yet befur# eh em,war would be formulated. In th, meantime th* men sr* blooming very roetiv* aud a strike la not st all Im probable at any mocuoMh  COAL.  The Famous (dill spic Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice In any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the Wi‘8t.  HARB COAL  In all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed,  BUY NOW. BEFORE THE SIC ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TKLKPHONE 84 AND 21.  WARM AIR FURNACES!  HA HU ANI) SOFT COAL  810 HIM.DI  In rmmaoeg and ra-Beoond-kand Fnr-  Tkey Beancod Herr Must.  Na wark, M. J. OOT, f,—Herr Most had been lllwrslly sd vert I**, I tu Gorman to addr#** * guctaiistic meeting bere Sun-dsy after at# >n, and at the appointed time a small amlienc* of frowsy foreigners, must)) Kuaslsn and German Holes, were found a«*emhied at C »urt hail to hear him. drinking beer and all loudly talking As Most mounted the p .aform to address the me*'tag the aodltnre sp Uiauded him and ihv.i th* police escorted Must from lh* bali They gave him half sn hour to get out of the city nuder throat of arrest. Most then iefi the city.  TK# Mormon Coef, resea,  Balt Lake City, Utah, Get 7 —At th* Mormons confervae* Munday George O.  ( aam ii spoke of the lofty woe pi ions of , the saints, sud esptc.slly regsratiig the' future alate.. Ho sd vs need ere the salute’ idea* that when other people a Us in pl to follow them they gel loat hi the mogul- I tude of the precepts He believed tho I brethren in the la-uitentiary would be more prosperous when they got out tnsu •  I k# Chicago at able Iota.  NEW Yoke,Oil. r -The well kntiwuCbi-eago ain ilia, at on* tim* on* ©f the most powerful racing stable* ta America, went out of existence Batuidsy morning. All of Ite horse* wared lap smd of by auction at Mforriapsrk I her* were no fancy priest ob Slued The highest was that Md fot Bola-spierro, a lirowa coll, ii HJh Terra J»* ot  {° r 91     Little Minch,  El,UDO; Knluolah, 41.8W, and san talent^ |i,kti  Fire un aa K«|mrlmeatal Karts.  HT. Paul, Miua , Oof. 7.- All th* build' Inga on th* state experimental farm at Hemline were destroy# I by fire at 4 o’clock Mi inlay afternoon Th* gre was cause I by th* explosion of  m , mt ,  0 h# m |-*4^ uw ag to the lack of water supply the fir* department could do nothing la the nay of saving the buildings or their contents Loan, IS I. OJO; I u.u ratios,  •M,una  \ iolst.1 in# L atery Law.  Ban FkancI'* », (Jct 7. - Postmaster Backus seised Kaiurday’e moil el Ilion of Tbs Daily Examiner, also of The City Argo*, a local weekly. Both hod violated the new littery law by publishing the detail* of a gift eebem devise! by Tbs Examiner for tbs purpose of im Teasing Ha circulation.  To oar friend* would My we arn now prepared lo pol  ira*nwwToahuS!** 10 "  ,B  ”" r7  »«“»“-••  PITTS & HAMILL,  HT It KMT. WH]  STOP !  fie; ?  —AY—  E. L. BOBCOUnrS.  -AND MUC BT —  LA PELT FA BRIOS  —(V  Kfhlch I will ni.-ke up in the very LATKO? KAXTKRt nrYI Ka men employed. I r y  Zu woukTS oSmt^UUtm.  CLOU.3. Wt r.CEfTERS CASSIM. HES.  ANO  Nitnc tail Wood Work •a tad i /  IT’S NO SECRET.  TUIi our STOCK la the MOST OO MFL KTH ever    to    Alton  " ®  e 4° ■how you Something New ax often aa job '•a 1 ! try  OAPLPETSi  Tapeslry,    Body BruHHeU,  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  ZIV CURTAINSi  Dado or Plain,    LaceTTPor®;.  IIM RUGSi  Tar Coquette,    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  it*,£•  w :-r sltkmt  Whether you wish to buy or noL  The eetaNlahaaot,  A. J. HOWELL  Oev. Caw eke 11 Celts sa Kstro Kvwiem.  ODLUM BUI, Ohio, Od I. —Go verso* Gampbell draft sd a proclamation Mooday afternoon colling sn extra Mission of tb« general a. ae rn hi y Oct. IS. to take action oe th* Cincinn .ii umrd of public its proveiueut Imbngiia  I In-terra Iks Mtrtk« OM.  Ii I xuh Ail ton, S. Y., Oct. 7. —Th* long and bitter struggle between th* eigai  Sf&rtr atsrSvS ^4^  FALL SUITS.  I AM KOW KEADY TO FT RHUM! KVKJtY MAN II ALTOM VITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MAMI KH IM ti "Tils M.LKlTKD KAHEN'!ALLT K4«t)  FAJjXj WE A FL  CV.' I* THE MUST HTYUNM MAN EKH,    ,  With. Perfect Fit,  AMD -O-  At Flguroa tlmt will Ploaae AU.  SH. O. Gr. Montz.   

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