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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., MONDAY EVENING. OCTOBER ‘»7 i«ui  -    ‘    '    *■*    f    Vt-    *    W    m3    »    ,    •»    —    •    ,    A    UPV/,  IK* U  Three of Them Occur Slight Loss of Life.  with  PAPETERIES  [BOX PAPER I  Cr —  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  our ▼elope.  Put up to largo white envelope#, IO sheets best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only  Also:  assorted, of 10c per En-  Ona quire boxes, coouining 14 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c per box.  •t#*' these Select and Superior Writing Papers, made anti put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades:  WHITE,  CREAK,  I* E A C ll,  P R I JI R 0 S E,  I RIS II BON I), ENGLISH PARCHMENT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  mar Our large quantity purchased af these SELECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN aud POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent.  WSF* Give these Goods a trial and you will (lad that they are •onih'erahle less iii price than you have been paying, consistent with quality.  C. J. Degrenhart,  101 and 103 Third st., Alton, III.  i A PECULIAR ACCIDENT IN IOWA.  W ail. W orkmea Ar* lustring a Bridge rn Train I rn.ha* Through ll, Vrwlglut* »«« Ilia Watt *« (ha Stork* Below—A N u in l»«. r  OI I'rut |> lr I nj ii ml la * Wrack on tka Manta Ta Ro*® Maar Topeka— Disaster In Okla.  Dim bes. Iowa, Ort VT.—A terrible ac •idem happed all mile* wont of bere at ft o’clock in the cveniug on the Illinois I Cen trill railway. Freight train No. 27,  I coml HK east, went through the bridge over Cut lith creek. A gang of twenty, tire men w*a at work on the bridge at the time. All of them were precipitated to the rooks and water below. The ouly one klLed outright waa Robert Really a wafer boy. The injured are: Dan Don-"thy, Chicago, left arm broken, aide and h ad crushed; John Wolf, Chloro, left arm end both leg* crushed Four others were terribly Injured, but their names ere unknown.  A Dull, Hipping R„* r .  The men hat! be*u working on the bridge for several weeks, changing It from “I raIy  *° od#n  trevile to a steel g rJjr affair. The freight g ive warning of its approach by a shrill bla«t and th* men »tapped aside to allow it to pass. The freight was running about twenty mile* en hour and the engine and eight cars passed  ov « *»    Just    aa the ninth  ** r  til? 1 ? (■▼•ties the workmen were varied by So ult, ripping roar, aud In an in^SWfthe •* tire structure went crashing bds tfJW-ov< na balow. Every man on t ha “ridge jumped for bis life, and unfortunately several of them junipod right lo the pslh of deal ruction.  WRECK ON THE 8ANTA FE.  po  sit! Ne  To Relieve a Cough get  Throat Syrup, or Syrup Tar and Cherry, or White Pine SyruV, or Any Medecine You Need, at  MARSH'S DRUG STORK  i Number of Farson* Injured Sagy Killed  Tong a. Ran , Get ti -The Denver express train leaving Topeka at I o'clo k en the Santa Fe, jumped the track two mile* a v it of here while under fall he®.!-way near Waukarua, a small station Where this train does not stop The en Kine kept the track and the tender left the rail, turning up rn lie aide. The express, mail, and baggage cars, ami three Pullman vestibule car* ah left the track I he mat* car turned upside down, lying diagonally aer,wa the main track, while  a    ^ ***••*• cam fall upon  their a.d*a The leu front care dt I not turn over, but lay c. us# wise upon the track. The chair cars, eloper, and tour-irt care were thrown on their aldea. The track waa torn up for about 40u feet.  Tbs Lie! a1 livered. Fortunately rn, one was killed outright A relief train with a number of surgeons, sam out from here, brought the injured to this city. They arr Mag cared for by Hants Fe company at the various hotel*,  I he Injured ara. Mattie O’Connell Chi-cago, serioealv Injured In th, bach sad beedi H F. Junes, mall agant. Kauaaa City, Injured internally- J. W. Fad ley Kansas City, internally Injured, lf. L. Terry, ex pram maaaeugar, Kansas City. injure*! In lbs spine, badly hart; Mrs Dr. Measle, I aliunde, Colo., brriaad, teeth knoshed out. C. F. Farrington, Lisbon dislocated collar-bone; Mrs. W. J. Mc-C i ura, Ka us as City, arm dislocated.  A BRAKEMAN'> CARELESSNESS.  II Cast* the Uvas af Tea Mea—Tan  Other* Fatally Mart.  HAM i LTO JI, OMO, Get FT-A wreck ne otirred B l the Cincinnati and Indianapolis road near Oxford on a siding known aa Lockport The south bound train had bean sidetracked to allow tbs ap train to pas* A brakeman caraiamly neglected to lock the a witch and In soma manner It  THE HAIR CUTTER A SAIN.  He Attacks a Y»wm« G I While tUeuiug VV Ii,dows.  DhTHoiy, Oet. HT.-Our of the balr eat. ting Jacks, and there I* no longer room to doubt the ex!« *?mt* of two, accomplished the I ai I dent hat of the reign of terror Saturday. Lena Miller, lft yvara old. waa cleaning the windows of her em-ployer’e bouse. A* usual she sat on the Window atli with ber fret in sub- and bm boily on bd de. A siren, stout man leaped I over the bac I fence with a long pair of j theirs In hts hand. Kl* Miller .aw Ina I  r, : IOfl  * ( i th - newly cleaned window as I he gras tied her hair, which was done up In rn braid, aud saw bim braudleh hts big shears  Dropped the Hair and Kieaped.  Bite screamed and wiggled furl .only, but the window was down on her lap and •he was powerless. Mr*. Learnt ie, ber employer, heard ber acream* and malted ber assist a doe Tbs hair-catter dropped the hair lait beld totheahaar* and vaulted the fence separating the bouw from the al ey. The balr cutters hive now numbered thirteen victims, and "britten letter* to prwpectivc victim*. n*r-e letters are In 'be bande of the ice and Jack may tie caught,  Iran Mea la Washington,  VV ASI! I KUT*IM Cur, Old, IT. —Tbrse fa u ml red mem tiers of the British Iron and Hteel association who arrivad in Washing Friday night areeinblad at the Arling-ton hotel Haturday morning and, taking .arriage*, set out to visit the various points of Interest in the city. There were half a dosed squads cadi nuder the (aidance of a mein lier of the reception com* mittee and all took different directions.  I lie members visited all the public buildings. the WWillington monument and the navy yar I wherein *ler,i ordnance isnuw manufact mod. Al I o'clock the delegati, bal luncheon ami at 8 o’clock procamled In a body to the executive mansion where they were Me ved by the president.  An Incendiary's Wark.  Ik IST* iv, Out, IT.—A Herald spacial from Fe p jet eel, Ma* , says that I h^vla! tattoo >f flame thai desolated a large portion of that town Friday was of an incendiary origin ta pretty well established. The • ire which connected the factory with three alarm gong* wa* cut so that no signal of alarm contd be git en until tbs lire hail gained great headway The hose used by the fire department of Fairchil !’• mills was clogged up by snow* an I (be a ybo.tA of lb* diKif* of th* quarters of :•*> north end engine company were muggs I up mail log it see* .ary to I, rto I IC windows Ut gel in.* apparatus out Ha one understands the rn Aire of the crime if each It was.  'Jack  the Ripper'* His Work.  Again at  this TIME AT SOUTH HAMPSTEAD.  The  train waa running and dashed onto  FRANK BUDDE.  —©— RETAIL DEALER IN —o -  Wines and Hiiquors.  —o~ AGENT POR-o—  ANHKUSER’8 I IOTT I-KI) BRKR.  Good* delivered to any part of th® city free of charge ^outboast corner of Belle and Fourth eta., (Raible’a old stand.) Alton, IIL  Choice Brandt of WINES and LIQUORS Always on Hand.  Fall Styles.  Latest Novilties in  SCARFS, TIES, WOOL and DRESS SHIRTS, BLICK UNDERWEAR and MAIS,  8I7IT8 Made aud Hat Infliction  to Order at It <*anotia Bl® Prlt tw. Perfect Pit GuMrrnitleed, at  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  Artistic Tailors and Furnishers.  •prang open The up at a break neck speed the siding With ternflo for ca. The cam piled up oa top of each other la an I ode srri ba hie heap. Two cuUoil rara caught flft* sad soon twenty rive cars wera blastug furiously,  TW* Mao Killed Outright.  Kvcry nos wag loaded with costly mer wlisnd.se and were completely destroyed with their cisterna, tnvolv.ug a lows va»i aualy estimated at 878,OOH to 1188,000 la the shock of th# Ord I iso a Rag i near Myers waa Instantly killed and hit brakeman, James Cassidy, *0 badly wounded that he will die balon morning An unknown nttn was caught la the jam and burnad to death. Brakeman Powell will die tie fore morning Four other men were la jiired This information com* by tela phons and la perfectly relish!* The rail-road * /Arial* bere say the lose will not ex owed IM,OOO, and that no oae wa* killed, but live wounded, two swrlouely,  A Wreck la Feaaajrlvaala.  HKAPING, Fa, (let. tiThe Pottsville and Philadelphia express met with accident at^ut a mite north of Potta-towr. at MI Saturday morning, which resulted la the killing of one men end the Injury of als others Jams* Heller, engineer of the Pottsville, waa pinned fast beneath his engine, but waa gotten out a short ti Ute after the accident He ■untamed a broken leg and was slightly scalded. Fir sui an Thomas Welsh received a gash ou the bead and slight burns slum! the body. Joseph Maro-rlta, a Hungarian abo woe unloading coal from the ear, was instantly hilled. Tbr.-e other* were also hurt bol sot fatally.  Governor Hill la a Slight Wreak.  Mot'SDY ILLE, W. Va, (Jot. 37 -Governor Hill's spacial train mi the & sod O. road wee run into by th- Chicago express jnat east of Moundsville station Monday morning The only dini-.g* resulting to the governor's train was a demolished cowcatcher of the engine. No one was hurt. The other trets had Its eagios aud plat form oft car smashed.  Railway Mirth* Ie Sew Meal** Aim-uvcmui:b, s M , Oct. HT-Th# *wiu*«a#e nor* SWU rn strike Friday n.got, .od several freight traias which ■ boult! Ie ut sd# up ber* .ar* s.dei racked. tea mail claim hat the) have been gtv' mg the H.iit* Fe and At antu and Pac Ac e 'M<p*<m*s iweive hours' work for cievao amir* p#y. I hey ai.* stat* tfcat tbs t otu -I a..im have brokes the agreement ea-t-*fs«l is to several months ago with them sud they refuse to »urk Th# assert I tm* of th* ii ** ars vmphatieally darned by th# yardmasters, who say that theawuch-m*u receive pay for every hour they work, aud thai they are the ones who hate broken their pie ig*.  r*el*h*s far Hie Talk.  Hlu ATI k. list, Oct.—(Jnlte a eenaatioa wa# os used at Maroa, la Macon county, by a horsewhipping episode which occurred i here Friday Bun* a* oat bs ago Hr K llv«r, of Lexington, IUa. i  married a .I.ugh tar of J It Beau, a proton neui cilia# a of Mares It appears that •me# lh* rn arri agr Dr. Booter has been  Inhabit "ut* In (he Vicinity af (Im  ►cen# of th# St ii r«lsr Greatly Kirtled titer the I Muir—rh* Altltn Ie ut Hie I.Miidtm Dim k Laborers Denounced by the Kress Approof blag Trial cf Nihilist 1‘rUuavrs Foreign Hems.  Lusk*. Del ti. —Th# body of a our dered woman wha found at South Hampstead Friday with the bowl almost severed and 01 ber w.ei mutilated. Th* woman is supposed to have bean of abandoned character. The finding of the body has revived th. J uk tb . Hipper sen re.  I he condition of th* body Intl inst** that bor rn tinier was the most flvndmb of any ‘bel baa occurred in Eug and tun* “Jack the KipporV*horrible Whitechapvl series Th# rharaetsr of the wound* clearly mu Nudies the fart that the woman waa scabbed by some one behind b #r i *fh»r which her prustret* laxly waa hashed sad slashed a1 moat to picot**. la It Sash th* Hipper Agalwf Th# ssi-ne of the crime I* a (undy p irt. of tho section haunted by tho lowest class of abandoned women It la euppyeed to i I*# frequently petroled by the polloi., bat ibr oensublea themwirea admit that th*) la-rform that duty with feeling* of t#ep! datlon, aud lh* suspicion arises that their .    “     oft #u made as they ought  t® be, Tbs belief la general that th* rn or der la the work of -Kipper," who ha*  «banged the co -us of bls emu** in order to baffle the polios The police are track lug a man who was aeeu to enter a ban-nom mb at lbs plan- wuere th* body wa* found and drive away at u furious pare. and are coiifl'icnt that they will mo bim down. The I u habits nu In (be vie idly o Hic acone of the limner are intensely ex-e tui over the affair and remaiu indoors ss much as p a .bi.-  FOREIGN NEWS NOTES,  COAL  The Fumoua Gillicple Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice In any of the elty. Itunm lo a Clear Gray Aah, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In  Hie  West,  hard coal  Iii a1!  Prict'N.  s:z »h Deliver. <1 at Lowest Market Quality TtiNurpaMmd,  DjY N)W, BEFORE THE BG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Retie street.  TELEPHONIC H4 ANI) 21.  THE OMAHA  FOR BURNING COAL, COKE OR WOOD.  ma kb g remarks derogatory t<  arter af his mother la law. Mf.    _______  Dr Hoover la (own FC day and demanded * hat h# irtftk# I pa bit# • po tony Tbit tin doctor refused to do sad Mr Hens ga*. him a sever* chnaCleing with * hip.  lo th* char Bean met  buggy     .  .y »    OR. GROS VEN ORS      i * <ss=sl Y  cia    Selle&psic          PLASTERS.     TMK BIST POROUS PLASTERS IN THC  M!£rS£r* RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY PAINS, LAME BACK, he.  •greats* Dr-**u*s,    VUOmMMOM    *    KfCHARIML    B«Mh    Nae*  TrsttfA DwiM* aa® Mreba a Besee®.  llTDXrRXMCscK, In Oct. 3T. —Bella Hamlin sod Justins, tho double trotting team, were sent Fn lay lo heat tilt,th* world’s record held by them aud msdo It In tA»%. lh* day was cold ant rainy. Had ta# wrath* r nae ii f ivarabb 1:13 waul I have hreo aa easy mark. To* two atari ogam on Moodsy.  The MThole Natally Seatea**®.  Ngw Mi un >ui>. Conn, Get 37. —Dr David W. Kooa p* and wife were aen-lenced st (Jtuofl-id Friday bo ten y-ars rash and their v-ui ti -urge to aer* ii years for shoot lug John J. Water*, at Lanesville, bapt. I.  Fiats® Gallly af Mo tiler  HaLTiMoftg, Ooh ti - William B oney, who ha* bren on trial | a  lh* criminal eoure tor th* paw four lay* for murder lug Me grandm other aud bls aunt sortie moot ha agit, waa Saturday morning adjudged guilty of murder ta tho Aret de-gre* l bs jury retire-l ai • o'eWk Friday ii gin aud reacbsd a vooelua on three hours later. A motion for a new trial es* ai our* made hy defendant's eoun ■el It la thought that Blaney had an ac com pl Is* In th* murder, but ha stolidly refuses to disclose who he was.  Frelty aile* Grave Kwbbera Kansas Cut, Mo,, Oct. 37.-The police Thur*d*y were noudml that two grave* at Union cemetery bod bren rubbed. Detect I vs* were put upon the esse and Thursday night the bvt leu were rem terred How they were taken and bow replsci-d la a mystery. Th* grave* robbed were those of Ko ben Taylor anda man named Brown, bath recently b tried Holes hwi been dug near the headstone of each grave down to ‘ha ®o(81, aud the bollies knit been pulled oat by fastening a rope round the necks  Du It Ile I Ip in Iud A teal list Then*.  Livtsix (Jct. 37.—Public "pinto 1 is bs-(iimmg Very strong in eon tm lotion of the attitude of the L rn Ion d oh I >ti x e s, •od equally at rung la . ipp msftM pxil-tion a.*11 m»J by the employer* X.wa pop. re who Ii have hitherto a ipp.tr;e I Ute duck mi-ii in their contwu lam w in ike co in paine* are now deuouumg their uni r#e la Vigorous IrUcltM dim iu Lug that th* men snail sot talks fsvl. •  I ti em *e I vee H-v-rsi jo iruala have plainly (ad a led oat to the hush the mr twisty thai ani* e they eau dul iwttor ground* thou those uyrs satan they now » an® la Ogpua t ,<u lo i i** r ampler) era their st ruga * wdl r*»uit la ®af*at  TO# Fi«ar# an u>. Feria Lew.  PABIS, UcL 37-lh. Fi k aru la aa srU-cle .nm mea ring aa the ae* »a-iff law of lh# Luneil F ates, say* mat reprlear* nu the part of Proses aaa Id lie may alien regard la hail to th* Aaaerleau taauranre ow tope nit-* I* ag busine^ lo th# lader country. The** wa pa also, th* paper aa-serls, dally trausgraae the law Th. It gore believe* that aa a* 1 Ce®! I® m. ut Aoiarlcau ieai.iattun it wouLl suffl.a I > ■leks th* Insuranr* 00m pa a lea #u.eiiy amaudabla to th® laws of th# ooualry.  Italian r"» Miaatwa la I re I a ad.  Loxuos. Ort. *7.—Bai[oar k* saw oiak lug bU first viaM to th* wast af Delead. Th# ah joes af the oh mf secretary* journey la to Asiarsali*, with a ta# la tu,  B -lahtug #mpl#ya*aa» ta **ff#e#re from Hie potato blight, welsh la th# wait aa.ta Me route ta amal roe* a railroad R# will •lac make a p» reno el InvmHgatioa aa to th# truth of thaatatamaau regarding rh* condition of th* crop asop  A Stale* Sa# Ceramal Mea ms,.  ldisuoB, Ort 37.—The Dub* of Norfolk Is chairman of a committee of aiaiuaat Knaian Catholtoe whose purpuaa la to erect a auto# and reno® a scholarship In  memory of (be late Cardiae! Newman. It la stated (hat *uffl ten* Mt.iney to sorry out th.wa object* ta* air ed) heen *nb-•< rilwl, a gnarl nu# I r .|Hrrtn>n «f ii heviug ho#Ii cootrlouted by P^,H**iaiiU  Tt.e Iii sail Ira ae Moll iii a*  Hr fITRR-SI lek (let. 37 —a bulletin hat been Issued en tm* forth (be eondl-non of Grand Duke Nicholas, nnele af lite rear. It say* that since th* gra.i I duke was removed to Alnpka, in lh I Crimea, ne has stiff-red ' rota comism ,« and lo»a of memory. Th# action of bi* hearf baa been feeble, and his tem pat ura la 88 centigrade, aud his pure MO.   t     -THIE    ON Lf PKMrtCrr—  Combined Coal and Wood Cooking Stovt   7 ‘ G    .«DHc*U N F T K»a^*Sri^,^ U ^.riil^  Midi.  tis#..(nasa  PITTS Sc HATWTT.T,,  Holm A gun Lr.  FALL GOODS!A  avothbr ii* tm  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMERES,  nm ■»< BIV BD FOB  KA I® I® W KA K.  Al At! A FIB B MSI OF  Cloth f*r ') v f r 1 con Sa  ► CVU FAU. AID WINT#®.  E. L. BORCKMANN.  ITS NO SECRET.  Thai our 8TCK K in the MOST COMPLETE VV® con show you BotueLhiog New bs often  ever Drought you obU ti*  to Alcoa.  Me Mew Del the Gas.  Co ha Of i, Ort. 37 —J. True, frow (tor* brook, Ma , 2ft years of age, .dew oat th* gas at the Im Grand hn<#|, Well* and Kin-ie# reels He waa fonn.! at Ahu o’rl.*cfc Hat uf«l»y morning by a cham lier maid but effort* to revive him were of un avail. In hi* mom were found 3»i1 Aud • gun. It la believed he did not know any betu-r when be extliigu'sh* I th* flame w.ih bis breath.  Th* Ohlahoaea ( apltai BHL firm HIK, O. T.Ort 37.—The oouucil Friday paaawl the bouse blit, chauglng be location of the territorial cap.tai from (iulI.r e In KmgAaber. It was shgb.ly amen Iwl bot not materially changed It  _ wi b 'ck lo tbv houa» now aud a special •e'*i*-n is colic I lo r itre.dvr the same.  s  bon id it pare ital* governor will agalo 1^ coiled up.Ni lo a ga or roto • “teapitoi  Hi.ll * |« a Great t'eaatry.  \' a!;• a w, Chil. 37.—A party of IOO Polo* who were aileiupting to reach Pruaalau I err it wry in order to emigrate ti Brasil, wi-re hailed Friday by the It na* tan frontier gu nil aud or. Ie ret ut return. They refused >o obey th* order an I the guards Arad upon th* pony, killing six m n. two women nod a child, aud wound mg a number of oinera  Th# hi age a* aFwiltleal Ally.  LoMmh, l>et. ti —I he Kus* aa government, In p i nuance of IU policy of R ,s-alani* ng II* ka i terrrory, ho* decided to I evert sui * 1 al Its# a it mulier of thealrre  1  in tn# Bs tan ai* aa, the coml.lion of  1  I..cir mein • is .ce b ing that only Kus- , alan pisys In th* It ia*Uti Unguaf* sod  :  perforin* 1 hy Kuaaiau actor# shall In-pro ! 1 ired  Buhl# Mhiilai* to Me Tri*®.  G.NDoa, Oct. 27 -A special meeting of th. Ii i j •« bin •• ii a Ce will U* maven# I at Hi- 1’t‘ierahurg on Nov. 4 to try the cases ofauui.Urrof Xioiitat priwiuera. M -st of the arc ired men an I wuiuoo ar* of the belier cia**, 0 id eev.«rai of theta ar* of no Id,- b rib  Tapestry, Ingrain,  Hag or Hemp.  CARPETS]  Body BruNxelH, Art Squares,  HNT. CURTAXKTS:  Dado or Plain  Laco or Portier.  TIV jfiUGS:  Fur .Uoquetto, .Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  *•     10     No    west    *tid    Finest in House Decoration*.  Easiest tty to se® them is to Coll frequently bt our whether you wish to buy or not.  tit®  oeLttdlab meat,  It.. UU .I Ii MU*# Dr*irtijrr®  PIM.’* BK TY I LLS, IIUt y  Ort 37 -Th* roandhoua* of toe Cairo Short Un* rail road was dr. troy I* I 1^ tiro Friday morning Three locomotive* wert rained. Th# Ism will an.-.ant bi I JU, UDO TV Are ..rig-uaied in the oil room, but th* cense 1* unknown.  ► (ebb*® ll lot*, if Kigbl Times.  mu».*LV*. H Y, On. 37 -I’herIe* rtribling. .13 yearn cid. cl-rh In th* Bed-hrf.1 bauk of tile city, * tit ai ted suicide H his how# on Blum r street frUtmf hight by at ab (Mug himwtf eight tiiuus. dor Iud jealoosy la sa d 1® bare bren th*   1   Bawl a Foreign Com'rest I.*bur Law.  j lexhu, IA< 37 -Tut Guidon Do -hers’  J ti bio*) ha* revolved tv p lit loo para Ament ) lo pr <I*B. t . ic itiip.ri vt >on of forelgncoo-, tree* i*« ar. Die Hhippin* fv*leraiion h*v-log prop-.--I nj engage foreigners to Uke the piai.* o,' sinking dock laborer*  D *® la Hts ( balr.   r FA*«. notox GITT. Ort 31-Judge •*' ii lam Ii Sui ll, i % judge of th* Wash-in .-Ion |*d ce court, died suddenly st bt* j raaidwoee hvri* Friday night, while *lttii.g 1 in • «"•>* r 4*idg* Hoell was I torn in Main# In .M', reeved In til* Maine leg!a-, im ore aud n th# «r*av, and for eighteen ! year* waa polio* conn j id go.  Th# foreign iron and steel moo were 1 tendered a Im quel ar ’..agura Fall* Fri day night by tr -itu* Wtuiau,  HOWELL  ■HOIK UTI  THE riXE*r HI (TBI.  Radiant Home,  TUB Bh»r Ii AXD I DAL HARB MUB DBM.  Superior,  iii: *1 • i' im. a 1 * r onra iTovg hadji, ruth ii MCK® w VU®AN JKD FGB i ii It I * tit®.  JU A. HOF FN ANN.  IQI au l 102 E. SI'OOKp ST  a   

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