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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL.. FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 24.  TH COM DUD.  Double Murder by Two Wit-contin Husbands.  AN OLD MAN BRUTALLY MURDERED.  PAPETERIES      >  [BOX PAPER J  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  t  NoF“ Pot up Id Urge'white envelopes, IO sheets assorted, of our best stools with lO^eovelopos to match. Only IOC per Envelope. Also:  •ar* One quire boxes, containing ti Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c per bo*.  Crap- These Select and Superior Writing Papera, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shadea:  WHITE,  CREA JI,  PEAT H,  I* It I X ROSE,  IRISH HON I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT ELITE LENOX LINENS.  tor Our large quintity purchased of these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent.  •tar Give these Goode a trial and you will And that they are considerable leu in price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  C. J. Deg*enhart,  101 and 103 Third st., Alton, IIL  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine Syrup, or Any Medecine You Need, at  MARSH'S DRUG STOR1  llUterat* Whit** MS Blsrk# of rn Georgia County K«c» c «. In rn I Mad I, Ha ar Q.iar  TUr Uor-mw Apprnlad Sa far Mnlp-A Michigan tanner'* Sknll Cm a Ii rd and VI Had with Shat—ICvl-draca Paint# Sn His San aa th# Perpo-  tea Sap,  Osmose. WM. Ort. ai-WUIism Os-low, a German laborer, abos aud kilted his wifa bara Wednesday and then com uiittad suicide. Domestic Infelicity la tb« callat* I to th wars oftr SU years of agt- and leave eight children.  K EW AUX KB, WU, Ort IM.—Albert Liidermeyer, a young farmer living near Canto, Kewaunee county, quarreled with Me wife, a bride of a few weeks in regard to the quantity of potatoes they should put in for the winier Under UM/er grew insanely angry al bin young helpmeet and setting bu rills shot ber dead an abe ran from the bouse. Luder-meyer then put tile rn nut la of the weapon  10 bin head and blew bin brains out.  FOULLY ASSASSINATED.  A Haaplalaaa Ilia., Otlleea Realm ta Heath with aa Iron Mar.  CB IC AUO, Ort St. —At 8 o’clock Wednesday night Michael Hreseli. the baggage man st the depot of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, was beaten to death by three unknown men and robbed of money and nofoe aggregating BS,OOH. Of this amount over fll.OOJ was In cash. Hresell hail lived iii Lie* pi ai nan for thirty-t ight year*. At Silo o’clock Hie aril flu. laked bis duties at the station nod star lad fur home. Ile live* but a abort distance from tbs station oo Miner street in a two story frame ho nae. Back of (ba bouse at least SOU feet from IL fronting ou De*-plaiiKM avenue, la the barn in which the old man was murdsred. It is a two story frame, and Is not eotlrsiy complete]  11 reset I ate hie supper and started out to the barn to finish laying a floor.  Si reek es th* Rash et the Head.  As Brr sell bent user to drivt a nail bs wes struck od the back of the ha sd with s coupling pin In the bands of a man who was Inside tho building. At tbs same moment another rushed to tbs assistance of his companion and lbs man outside mao came Into lbs baru closing lbs door bebled bim. A lerrlbl* struggle began Br* sell was at un lied by sh* blow, but Using a mao of Irs ruanda"* physical power aud (natantly mailbag that bis money and Ufa wars taught by bls assailants, turned to defend kl mas if HU efforts ware snivelling, however Agete ami again tea Iron ber was used striking bl bi squarely on Ult head each Urns, until he fell Lo Us Hoar dead Th# walla were covered with hi nod and ou lbs floor HIU# pools ef lh* lift fluid showed lbs desperate fight bs bed mad* tor his life. Tis assassins have not been captured.  THEY HELPED BUSINESS  Cre seders Vamp Ie aa Orig taal Park age  Baleen.  I.awhbrc*, Ken , Ort 94 -Tbs ladies of tbs local Woman's Christian Temper-ands union adopted a nerd, but wholly Ineffective method Wed ue-< lay of ch wing np the original package bouse of Henry Prune!, who recoin memt-d badness when the announcement was m oi.- of the noted < rig) na I package ii eels Ion. Tbs local Woman's Christian Temperance ut-Ion appointed rf committee with unlimited nut bority to take whatever ste|m th*»y considered ad visible aud a (Toe I ive to dose the loons The committee wm composed Of twelve ladles, headed by Mr* F. b. timid) state lecturer. They went in a bo lf lo the saloon aerly in the morning and attempted to persuade Frit se I to do** his place. He declined. md then the ladies announced their Intention of staying all day ami making hourly appeals to him to stop bis busine**  Beld His Whale atole.  W ben It became known that the women were frying lo clone the pit.ce a great crowd was attracted. Th* supply of original (tackag** held oat not quite an hour, but the crowd thronged the place all day. Ka* b bour the ladies, who bad brought their player books aud hymnal- with them, hold a blirt praysr-uieetlug and pleaded w l b tbs proprietor of the salooa ho close th* place Kritiol wa- obdurate, and, although be bad sold every drop of original package fluid, be refused tu close The women remained all day, aud did not cease their tailors until *J p m. 'I hey say that they will continue their crusade un til they persuade Fr.U ll lo quit bud cert  (SPIRITS ADVISED lit  A "Looking Backward" Colony  in California.  FOUNDED BY mrs. OLIVE WASHBURN.  AN APPEAL FOR TROOPS.  FRANK BUDDE*  -O— RETAIL DEALER IN -O—  Wines and Eiiquors,  —o - AGENT POR  AJSTHKUBKK’H BOTTLE!) BEEH.  Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. * Southeast corner of Belle and Fourth ate., (Raible’s old stand.) Alton, IU.  Choice Brandi of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  Latest Novelties in  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLACK UNDERWEAR ami HATS.  8UIT8 Made to Order at It ©animable Price*. Perfect Fit and 8»tiafnctton Utiarruiiteed, at  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  Artist ie Tailors and Furnishers.  DR. GROSVEN OR^  Bellc&psic  PLASTERS.  A Georgia Csesly 1 * linters!. Whites end Blart* in # Hee# OenB et.  Atlanta, Ma., Ort 24-Governor Gov dun VY ad ne* day bight received mi appt* I  for I tx ops from the sheriff cf (toffee county, who Urfsgmpheri I bet the negroes war* •bootleg down lh* whites. The sa ns is t wsoty miles from the asem* telegraph af a Mi ie, end no partteular* wsre ob ains hie. Negroes ronrtNnse a Urge porno* of th* populate* of Coffee ronuty. sud Ute con aly has been tbs soene of several raoe trmitiM Much of the territory ie overed with dens* pius far-tate, the hurting of whtah tot turpentine eoipluys large numbers ut bush whim# and bleck* These ere very Illiterate sud there is much rec* prejndlo*. which fro quroIiy leeds to cond os.  Illtdava Led by » While Mea.  Dong Us, the county seas, is a small village of tbs must primitive sort The population of tbs county la coly a Mw thousand. Word was rscrived from Way Cross at midnight that th* rioters wars led by a whit* man nstuad T. tk Va ms who operate* a turpentine MIU. He had a dispute about some land with fUteniM Beers, and while attempting to gain possession Beers shot ou* of the negroes deed, and later with a gang of men attacked Verna’s hands. Tbs aegroea than resolved on rrtaHallon and shot three wt*ti fatally. Th* negro** Art* dftfHbid fcy the niMReogtr who brou*IU th* mti lo Way Cruse as bring furious  EVIDENCE POINTS TO HIS SON.  A Michigan Vsrmar Tinted l>ead la Hts Itsrs) art!.  Croswell, Mick., Ort va —New* of th* moat horrible in artier *v«r committed In the Thumb wm received here Wednesday night Wednesday morning the body Of William ttwarfer of Adams* Corners WM found in bi* barnyard with his bead full ef shot, th* shall crashed, and other terrible marks af ▼io'eooe. Evidence pointe ie his son m lh* perpetrator, and he wm arrested and lodged in the Hurmi comity jrfll at Bad At* to await trial at th* next term of the circuit court. An attn bated cans* of th* crime Is th* estate. The eon bed an idea that a portion of the property weuld become his should the old mas die without a will, and la no other way. Tike rip tim of his child** brutality leave* a faintly of nine children. __  Assaulted a Pretty Girl.  New Ukiah wick, N. J., Oct. ii — Thomas Hooch, aged ti, wm beld for trial by Judge Chian, charged with assaulting Miss Johan na Thompson, a pretty girl of IT who lives at HO Redmond st reel. Roark met th* girl os Throop avenue Tuesday night, forced her into a deserted dub bouse, and kept her prisoner for seven hours I he girl rrochsrf brr home at 4 o’clock lo the morning In a haff-dasm & md it mm and fell fainting isle th* arms of her mother, who had become half d a-strsch-d over her daughter** a beraae It was several hours before th* girl coaid give tim informs ion neccwMrf to eau** arrest of Horn h The girl** father went hunting for Kus* n auth a revolver, sod threaten* to kill in* daughter's assailant.  PUT A BULLETIN HIS HEART.  A (‘earn in pl Iv* Tired af Dying a Ll ag clit.* in rh Me lr idee,  CMU AGO, Ort 24. Tired of dying a lingering death, VMllunn F. Stet*?. a yuuug mao, aged Bi. s^ut a bullet through bis body. The suicide occurred at the residence of KaU-n's parents, the young mao living about two bun re after firing the shut. For the (Mist four or fir* years Ka ton bed been euffcriug from concn nip-G*rt, and it wa* only a q usa lion of a few d >y* at the moat w Leu dr afb woald have relieve! bim.  •ald He Wa# Out el Hts Mind.  BborUy after ho r iocs Wednesday evening he called bls fat ber lr* get bim a drink of water, and while ut, par.-ut mm absent from I br room, got out of bed nnd, going to a trank, took out a la (Willer revolver, fired nae a hoi (brough tbs ti. mr to •a ai tam lf Ut* plate! WM Iii food w„rk-af soadlUoa, and then luruwl th* ama-A * tow a rd bls heart and pulled the trifler. 111# lather, he*ring the shuls, baat-nte 1 leek just aa tbs young man fall over out# the bel Iii* father asked bim »b> he bad don* this sad replied “I don't know; I gases I was our of my mind.*  Ital•»«.d aa His Owe MeMgalaaaaa.  iKimrkBMnca. low*, Ort h —ii K. Bd.lug*, the R svoriey attorney convicted a year ag.. | a  th* Bi*^ Hawk enmity court of the murker af W. Bl Kingsley and aerileaned to the p«urii*nu**r for j.fs war hvougM be hire Jw.lge Ney la kids city rtMslt^ eight ca a wm ef ha bass our sea Judge .Vet ad mi tea I him ie bail la tho sum of lh, AWI ta appear befur* Judge Unchain ak Waterloo. Sot JI, and be was tv I rn st* on his swa reoogniasaoe lh view of tbs dec.stair af tbs *aprwms court fw versing Ute flarling of tbs lower court, ik is sluKOt certain that the aaa# will U dis ta Weott when called up ie Judge Lens-Mao’e (.our., and that Bull aga hi bow virtual/ a free matt. Lh* [r- -ss us ti us of turn csosbrated nae* bae coat tttamer one itty fU,OM.  VT nut* Re Mach Infer Read.  Ik»fTnw, Ort. It. — Jesae Pomeroy has made a net ber aet* sips to escape from the •tai# prison at Chartae ta wa. He wm in -el I tory ooeflsvmsok and had rule I  va sawing off Av* Uiirn from bl* Iron door and bad mu- red the angle iron which protected the ba UL He bad bean granted th* us* of * (stint, saw and other louie to niaiiufaorur* abo pencil, for which he ha* t*scu trying M get a patent, hot hod noel i he tools a portion of the tim* far a far d.fferent purpose  TM# Architect* Im Csesill.  W ASH I.so rd* Ort, Ort 21 -Th* Iwen-ty-fenrth snuuai coo v. u iron of tbs Anise-teas Instils ta (rf A ret. I ta. is began Wed nee day af im noun at th* Arlington hotel The eeesina wm devoted ehiefly to pro-II n I nan matters. I bsf rid Commission sr Douglass de.i.arad an address af wet come and K. H. Hunt, preside*t of th* institute, responded on br half. of th* dele g-rfs*. artar which reports from th* board of directors, th* treasurer, aud several chapters were lead,  Aa Amerleaa twaeal la Trnskln,  V Kl if a. tkrt. SI—It is reported that Mr J.a. His ck, tbs consul of tbs United Atmas Ut l'csth. while journeying lo bl* prat publicly commem cd os Urn conduct of Austrian affairs, and the government liM thereby been offended, it rn said that the government of Austria Hangary will withhold Mr. Black's rssquatenr pending satisfactory explanations uf th* carol** oourse It Is possible tbrt the govern-maut may absolutely refuse to Issue the exequrtsur.  Serious Charges Agslast IIKun,  I Rd, lf. Y., Oct. 24.—Great Indignation axis Ie bere over the alleged discovery of an organised sr he ms lo debauch little girt* Tuesday a member ef the polios furor named Rail wa* dismissed fat « bel ag I in pl I rate-1, and Wednesday evert Bg I hoinM VV. riatieraon was arrested on a like charge- F«tter#on is a married man, well kno*n lh business and church drawl He w m beld in ICI, AUO bond- for ex amination Ort XA. lf* says th* affair is one of black mail.  The Woinks st the Meld of the Scheme  Will Dr val SS For'dor I* SI shine It * Busera# l)r-evlpl law af the Grvat Knweh ti in-,,. Ilir I oi„ittnnltyr Will Live - Maw, Vt oui rn so,I Children se aw BSI aal tty.  FAS rSAIClSOO, Cal., Ort 94 -Mr*. Olive WsaUburu'a “I Asking Backward colony i* ti.* sole topic of couversatlon among the Nationalist, of this city and several have already c (lied upon friends of th# founder for further particulars, An Intimate arquatnt.ines of the lid/ gives farther Interesting details of the sd ie me.  “for many yuan,* he said, “Mra. Wash burn’s spiritual advisers have been so un •cling her to devote her fortune a id time to just such a project, but the plan sh* ought to pursue bas ae vat keen quite dear to ber. When Bellamy*# ’Looking Backward' appeared ber ideal WM eel ford* clearly, aud the spirits told ber to begin. Th* property of ker-elf and Lu»-band wm partly corn in unity property < oonsUHug of the 1.700 acre much ue .r Ban Joes, the homestead and other real relate In this city, and a large sum in mousy.  The Bauch 1,000 reek Above tea LeveL  “Mr Wa# I, bu rn at different limas wm tad lo •* )| I he rand), but »br objected la cause Bbs had a feeling that she would want it for th* purpose it ie now about to J un  ll ""' ^ w ' Yl’hen the call came Mr*. i Vt Mhhuru rn id** an agreement with her , husband fly abidi she aignsd to him ail j her interest# in the community property aside from the hom-rtewt (»n Howard I st reel, aud about Mu,RAI, while be gave I her the Mile owtt.-rship of the rune * Pi,en eh# began her preparation* f w lier grand project. I he r n  - h Me* at aa vlevtiioi of I 2.HUI feet above lbs sea level, aud avaritia j partly of meadow aud partly af v# ley land, all under high  cu  rivet Ion, Over I Hti sere# are planted Iii grap • vin*--, Afty seres In fruit tree#, twenty acre* In nuts sod a Urge amount of grain and bay Twelve spring, which Row «J tbs year j around, hasp the ranch green mu.I I'loeh •ad initially two imon-us* bsh pool-. I* Whish thous# ii de sf edible fleh *r«- bred  • very year. A large number of horses and cows for tbs ua* ut tbs crtoolsts er« ii rvady os the grounds, aud the build) g (rf man ti fa< tories Is being pushed rapt ii,.  Hotel far Travelers ss* levsllrfa,  “To sLaiter tbs col aul ii a f.r tm, ,.„oi lag winter our large boa»v, (oudetlug of twenty-flee ta thirty bed rooms. dud*. rooms, gcuaral ase*tub y raaui ma, Is bs lug bu Ut Next y oar cotlsges tot families will Le risen#!. At prwemk (Asre are •I* families en th* ground, awl other,  • re eip*-< intl to follow anoa. Nest year •here will alco tis balls • huge seat -r* Ism sad hotel for traveler* sud h.wriH-. The errand# from ihose will be Ave rod lo Improving the ortoay. Mrs. Woh burn's Into* ti ob I* to miss, a# aeariv as puMibto^ nil tbs os re ss* nos el Iris wttale I ha coo flu es of tho colony, so thai tee uolontsta used bet go oauids far any thing Crsamortrt obummow aud (Maw lusuiukians of lh# hind WRI bo tusnga rated, kb# rsvsuus of which wig tm de vow,! Bs tbs good of tho vow mum Of g ; >os la Ai us has heed appl a1 far, alii a •oboui house WU! be ted ii, afters do eh lid ran af th* col so leks eau bs erf tx at ai.  All la Ohare Alika.  "The eoleoleCs will be fnratehed with meaU at lh* batel M Hi astite coch and • ravelers as • cenM each Kane af the money of lh* enkelde world win he need by the colesy, es ept thai welch I# re Helved for Ila products aud pet I net u Ile tmp'Dvemeuio A system of scrip clk bs .staini,lux! sad Ute exb tttels ail U paid in thin ktesh om will have hts «i ber all et wed Aculea, scour diag to kksir quailflortitted, and sd ii he paid au mad, an hoar In scrip A general 4tp4 frill he es ta hi tab cd, and her* th* sol on Hi re will i trad* for things that they may need Men, womeu aud children trill to on s brot, of equality If a child plrL* #,   1  much frail In an hoar m s men It will re (civ* As rn arb pay for that boor the , form of government cf tee <*4o*y Is #gll , " seoiol, hat I aedcrriaed* Diet every In-lea Ie ta ok .rf ta* entnetunwy will have a vote in the eeleettsti af (Alters, and that a heard of lr aet* vs will be rn charge of th# affeir#, Mrs. Wssbbnra wants to pi see tbs colony In s position ta support itself, sud then 1st it look trot for it sr if She I, heart and soul in the project, and wl I sjwnd ber •utire fortune if necosaary. llcpremntetlve natloua.tsta from all over the i Met aud from Hie east will be present at the dedication *  The l.oriiMotive Heat her ho... I.  i’ll IMH im Ort 24. —Ti*** Grand Inter national AuxiHary to the llroc ber bood of IxMnmvtive Kiigirtrora Wed aes lay alerted the following grand ofBoer*:    Worthy  grand prvsilvnt, .Mrs. W H Murdock, of Ch tango, re riveted; worthy grand —ors tarp, Min Harry Bi Chair, Logansport, lad. re-el cot cl; worthy grand treasurer,  Mrs G. W. Drew. Oettet, Mich . a ort by cbaplmn. Mrs. II C Jobnsou, Fatiolel p .ta; worthy grs.td guide, Mrs King.  KCW J era*); worthy gran I sentinel, Mrs May. Ut, Lou la Th* delegati* in the llroihertio -I coneen i..n visit# I the shops at A toons by Ie el;#! u, of (be fVuu#>|-vasts Railway com,-.any  COAL  The Famous Glllr*.ple Soft COAL de-llvored at five minutes notice in any of the <‘lty. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West.  HARD COAL  In all si/,..#. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Duality Unsurpassed,  CII NOW, BEFORE THE B G ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TMLKPJIONE H4 ANDjfQl.  -Tine (»t.T PLUrKcr-  TM* IHT ffOKOUff FLAITIM IM THS WONLD,  •35STSS5T* RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME SACK, ic.  Ilteen at tteort    PROtnNOk    *    BK    HAKIM,    Bosdro,    Mstern  Kitted a Praight (asilsrtar.  Danville Ilia, «Kt. 2d—Charlo# Tay-hr, • Cb') ag * a id K .slrrn (limo s freight o< ud'uior, fell from bis train at Moomoco Md was run over aud kilted Wednesday { night  gather Humphrey < hargvd with Assault.  Tipprmakv, Ort. 24.—Her Father Hu mph rv y, who has fur many year# bassi actively sugagvd lo tbs work of swsliur-ating tho condition of tbs tenant d*»« and who wm mad* a dsfeodaat in lbs tov-•piracy cass now In sours* of trial bars, was Thursday arrested charged with having assaulted tbs wtf* of a pol im. mas Fntbvr Humphrey wm aoqtoooHl by ta* • (nm to pay a Aa* (rf Arf! or go to jail for six mouth#.  Lost with Ska Person# aa 11,, sr A  Barrow, Od 24 —A small yacht which loft Fall R fey Jus* Im*furs the storm of Im! Friday tab. Laved to have bean lost with I .r sit |M>rrf*o# o bourd Tbs flab-mg scb'to *>■■■ bo (, 04 *1 uucestsr, rspoiRs i bai un Mo <d if #fu no-rn two of ber crew. Burned is epl.-u I#aody aud Albert Fin*, wore ws-hr I ovvrlmerd and drowned dnrtog a serrfttriui g ilt  t alvvvssllet hailnsal t'wufsrssss.  Hi# UksTr.u, N Y , <tct ti—Tbs nation-al confsrvnse of th* Usiversalist churel. Iwgan its sssttwRs Wsdo*wl#y morning Tbs prc«l-l*-n». Rev. John W. Joy, of {k« ton, said that lh* con vex Ho* wm "do! called fur #cclc#is»ilc.al legislation. m>r for financial work, but f or the iliseussiou .rf topb a rdstiv# to religum, morals and ( v ine;,(loo by protniuent clergyman and lay men of lh# deowiniaattoa The day wa# rn c tided by lb# rsaliug and dteru# aion (rf ps|wr#.  They VT ilk Take Part is lh* Hulls.  K v(SAS (in Oct 24. —James K Polk. W. W. Polk sn J lh* Rov J. a Morris, a1) #v11 knows bars, cl aha to be lb*>tear-*#• heir# of R..U rt Morris, ll* flu sorter of th# revolution I hey (rill Uke leading part* In rite su is for th* recovery of I,-*JfH OOO sere# o I a Ha western New York. fVns-ylvggte sud Delaware, granted to Hubert Morns aud ciaite*.l now by bls beira.  Hrirslte! A nnnni.vsiuvul.  < ahi -i;i mk, (Jci. ti—Th* aiin-'uun*-IU-HI Ie Mode of i He approaching bn-trot bul (rf ft ace Maximilian of mdoo to tho Urine a- Victoria lamia* of Bcbteo* or i g- A Mg it -isii # .cg.  Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stow Mad#  f Osi U a‘i A  ro^-Unn 1 !    , 1     '' K  *!• * T ..    a    IS    OO    kb    a.  HAHHX, jJSS^  FALL GOODS!  a in ri hbm urn rn  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS AMM CASSIMERE!,  JI *T UM BITBD ruff  b\A trfJU WHJAflj.  SIAU a rr»« ling u*  Cl Hi h fflr Overroast*  Prig PML ABD w tBTM  E. L. BORCKMANN.  ITS isO SECRET.  TUitt our STOCK, in tun MOOT COM PL HTE over »ros^k4 in Altern. VV us can allow you Book thing Now ne often m you call tat  CARPETS!  I’ape-try.    Body Brussel*  Ingrain,    Art Square.  Hug or Hemp.  INT CURTAINS!  Dado or Plain,    Law or Fortier.  UST RUGS:  Fur Jloquctto,    Niiiyraa A Oriental.  Linoleums. Oil Hollis, Wire and Cocot Mats.  Lndiue like lo me the New*-it mad Finest in Huut# Deo. wa Mo aa  <Bfc “ K.mi, st way to see them is to Call frequently at oar whether y ou wish lo buy or n> t.  A. J. HOWELL  TUB r I BRAT BB IT  Radiant Home.  TUR MEAT It ABD GUAL RAAB  Superior,  MR V*-’ 1‘HtPI'T COOK ITOH MADS. TIU Rd kl- rf i KU (NI k |> kilt PIV g TBS na.  ii. A. HOF FU AWN,  IQI and IDE E SECOND ST   

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