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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 29, 1890, Alton, Illinois SEELY’S POR School Books! Til* Largest Stock I The Post Varied Assortment Ever Found in Alton ALTOM DAILY TELEGRAPH. BT ALTON TELEGRAPH PRI WTI HQ OO. COVSLEY 4t HAVER, Managers. J. A. CO VS LEY, Editor. It c»n hr definitely understood that we have SCHOOL. HOOKS enough to supply every child In Alton and vicinity. In Endless Variety and Com pleteat Detail. Everything needed by the children can be found •: AT :• No* 121, Thrill Street WHY8UFFER WITH BHE ll MAT ISM OH NEURALGIA flu you can poatttvRg ba cured by ^ D*tB| WAHI! MCHX K’M SALICYLICA $1.00 A ROX. arx druggist ok bt mail IRVING DRUG CX). ll Warren Street, Mew Tort augen? TU* following author's work* ar* in the I'M: HUUS CONWAY, MR. E M BRAHIM)*, CHARLOTTE M. BRAMM, CHARLOTTE BRUNTS. J rnN MINORE (MM)I’RR, Cfi A KI JCO DICKENS, TUR DUCHKHA, ORO KUR ELLIOT. W CLARK Kl HMM.I., •IR WALTAR SCOTT, JCI JKS VAUNE, MR MRN RY WOOD, And oUi ars. Th* abo va book* coat tar for th# Brit on* an<) when that ta rammed you ml iii* nail for Ic I0TICB TO AJO YEE I8ERS Tor th# jraar lam we a tin ll charge th# following rata# far tmnah-ot notice# In our local column# es* un. single Insertion........ — IO cent#. Three U> Bv# Insertion# ......7 " Sit lo twelve ln*ert!ona ....... ft ** KATES or ADV t.It TISI.nu Tatattatr-e FIFTY MF !flCT Sfft !S •ertlon. ami TWk VI V Vi VR coats par Leto Bit each subteqtx-nf Insertion. SS per loch Brat month, ll so par Inch aach month thereafter, I.KUA). AI IV KUTI SIN., ll per Inch for th# Drat insertion, and SO cent# per inch for each #ut>»#*iu#nt Inter non. gar Above rate# will he atrlctli adhered to REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Tor Treasurer. FRANZ AMBERG For Superintendent of Public Instruction RICHARD EDWARDS. For Trait### of tile University of miaou. a O. NKKLY, W. A. MANSFIELD, CHARLES BENNETT. For Concrew—Eighteen th district. CICERO J. LINDLEY, of Bond county COUNTY TICKET. For state Senator, JOHN S CULP, of Foeterhurg. tor Representative#, WM. Mi KITTRICRT of olive. CII ARI.KA ll ECKART, of Collinsville For County Judge, CTRL'S Im Cook, of Edwardsville. For county Clerk, HENRY RINIKER, of Highland For sheriff. ti. F It A N K CROWE, or Alton For Treasurer, ECV* AMI* A SHIKE, of Alton. For Superintendent of Schools, A A SU PPH. KR, of Edwardsville. WEDNESDAY EVE,, '" OOT. 29 | A Democrat's Opiates sr it. “/ Aa iv been a Democrat for ovtr fifty years; I Aa or att'•■to lot (bunty, HUUt ami National f bnventums during that Urn*, but Aotv rarer udlneom! to muck RASCALITY ami CMO OK BDN RHS in •.audio tiny a >atnfm<jn as lots lam PRACTICED RT DEMOCRATS in the U cst cml of IM* county. I cannot tnt k selfrespect permit my mime to bs brought before tho Ikmi'rntwn.” -Col. Rodgers in tbs Democratic County Conven lion, Sept. 15th. THE BOLTERS’ TICKET. STAT! .MKN ATI IR JOHN W. I OCH NU lf*. Ex* Mayor. Ex • Representative. BOLTER when Bay Ie ran against Kennedy In favor of Convict Labor. vote on the Conspiracy •ave a private claim. Ridged a bills to CONGRESSMAN, WM S. FOEMAN. Ex-State Senator. Attorney for Louisville A Nashville railroad, against strikers at East St. Louis. In favor of bogus lard bill. COUNTY JUDGE, WM. M. REOME. Ex-State Senator. Buck master BOLTER. Lawyer. Ohronio office seeker. ALBO A LOT OF S -SUCH AM— IL, •IX NIU HTS IN A BIAN h HOUSE, ADVENT!'REA OF KARLY NETTLERS, Hum NO SCENES IN AFRICA, URRAKD. THE UDN TAMME, ADVENTI SM WITH INDIANS, HUNTING SPD KT IN THE WEST, HISTORY OF PALESTINE. MODEEN COOKING. And others Ttoes# hook# contain #i«rut em gMM^and are worth Me. but I sell them at Stationery, Albums, School Books aud School Sup plies# Notions# etc, QUIGLEY’S. PI AH A HT. J. HOFFMANN UNDEBT ARKR. Jer In KEADY MADE COFFINS, CASE STS and UC El a I tour* Co a. aawiro tar AUIV rrutr* arAdwlv ILL HiinUJOE BOBIIEM AT-HEIDE!) TO PtOKPTLT, a. &. McKinney a son INSURANCE — ANDumb KEAL, ESTATE AUTH COUNTY CLERK. HARTLEY LANHAM. Assessor in OoHlnvilto township fifteen years. BOLTED the nomination of Ben Hite. Would* be farmer. BHER1PP. GRO. HOTS. Hi-Sheriff. Defeated for Co. Treasurer. I.mutter Merchant. Stock-holder in P MBA Elevator. Will make Volbrocht bis deputy in Alton, lf elected. TREASURER. GR<\ EALRFLEtSCR. In Court House for Eight Years. Money lander, laud lard. Asks for votes on bis foreign birth. A Heed Mtery Os hslbfleUek. At stated seasons he Is a very de rout churchman. He wae at Worden a Sunday or two age. He attended church there, and tang in the choir. His face wae the picture of sublime resignation. The worshipers looked la awe and reverence at the stranger who so sweetly led the singing, with so devout an expr^eeiou on his saintly faoe. Wonder and amassment took hold on all. “Who is bef** “Where dose he come from?” was whispered round. But few kaew hiss. All wanted to, and the stranger gave them an opportunity. Us quietly slipped out to the front door and greeted all with a cheery word, handing them a card with this legend on It: “George Kaibito inch, candidate for County Treasurer ’’ Many were the hand shakes. Many were the promisee He left them and started down the railroad, not in the direction be told the worshippers. When some die lance away from the church, he met some farmers. Hs stopped them, shook hands, and draw from hi# pock et a bottle containing some “liquid' A “Little” Has. A report reach?# us from Edwardsville, that on the occasion of Governor Fifer’* visit to that town last Thursday evening, the electric light company bad turned on all their lamps for the purpose of permitting the Governor to see the decorations. When this fact was discovered, one of the stockholders, who thinks he is a “big” man, rushed to the power works and ordered the light* shut off, which was done. leaving the streets in Egyptian darkness before the Governor reached his hotel. The man who did this mean little trick, claims to be a Democrat but we rather think there are few Democrats who will feel that their party was honored in this act toward the Governor of the Btate. It is said that God made all men, but unless we had it from excellent authority we •bould be inclined to doubt it in tome instances. Is Tears. The calamity editors have put on orape. It kl announced from New York that eeal skin furs have gone up 50 to IOO per oent. What a dreadful out rage this will be on the millionaires But m America has a big claim on the best Mal fisheries in the world the calamity editor cannot truthfully lay this advance to the McKinley bim. Too bad, Last night's 8.~D. contained an interview with a man who says: “r should think that it costs me fully $10 a month more to live now than it did before the passage of the new tariff law, eto.” And yet it is just twenty three do ye since the law went into ef feet. This wise-acre, whom the 8.*D quotes, went on to My that last year he paid $1.35 Ism for a cloak that nu better than the one he bought this year. This reads all right b/ itself, but on tbe same page of the in bold letters appears the advertise merit of an Alton dry goods Arm which reads: “NO TARIFF ON CLOAKS.” Consistency ie an unknown quantity in Democratic argument. “Silent William” is silent no longer. Us is up in Bond county, Lindly’s home, trying to tell tbs farmers why he was in favor of bogus lard, and explaining in a feeble way bis opposition to the McKinley bill, and hi* dodging propensities while In Washington. The farmers of Bond county are accustomed to hear the tariff question discusMd in an able manner by their orator and fellow oitisen, Lindley, and do not take kind Ijr to Forman's weak palaver. In one of the great doily papers, an “ad.” has appears I for Mveral days notifying the rMder that at Green's Millinery store, in Bt. Louis, a hat that used to oost $1.00 is now sold for 35 oents, all on account of tho Mo Kinlay IMH. Can’t our Democratic brethren twist this to mean a species |of robbery? Paul Du Ohaillu has often been accused of perverting the truth concern log his adventure In Africa. And now Stanley is In the same box. Both ex plorers have unhinged their pearly teeth to allow their tongues to wag. It very muoh resembles a case of when rogues foil out, honest men get their duee/^^^^^^^ The Clote'Democrat nays that the leading new England grocery company baa bad an expert at work on the McKiuley tariff law and its relation* to the good* Mid there. The Arm My that by April I next there will he a net reduction, in the pries of goods sold by them to th# consumers of $150,000. We shall not be surprised if the I Democrats blame tbe McKinley bill with being rt»ep<*n#ibls for the next! bad weather we have. It would be onaparwith some of their rooeatl literary gems on the tariff qu—tion. SPRAKER Reed in his speech at Chicago, saiu: “A democratic ed i to rial may be true,I do not deny such a possibility " Evidently the speaker has never read tbe lucubrations which appear in the Alton madder. Mn. W. H. Bailey and daughter, MIM Myrle, left last evening for Girard to visit Mr. Bailey’t parents. From tbsre they go to Chicago, where they will be th* guests of Mn. P. C. Madison. Rsv. H. T. Root, after a wcaVa pleasant visit with friend* in Alton a id vicinity, renewing aoquiantancM and memories of former school days, left last evening for his home in Hillsdale, HL HSI? War# J Madam D. M. Williams has returned from Chicago, aud is prepared to fur uish hair goods needed by the ladies cheaper than ever. Restoring hair a specialty. Bottles lilied with restora tive very cheap. Skin wash con stantly on hand. _ 38 6 J# ll. ^hosiery, Photographer No. 26 West Second street. Photo graphing in all its Branches, Copying and Enlarging, India Ink and Crayon. AU work guaranteed. dt A Democratic organ declares that th* new tariff law “put* an unneoM nary tax on every pew-cnshion in village churches throughout the land.” This is a brazen and stupid falsehood, of course, but even if it were true, what difference does It make to the Democrats how much church pew cushions are taxed?—Globe- Demm rat. |F*r Rent. One 8-room house on cor. Beventh and Liberty st. Apply to Mr*. J. Budd? lTdtf BD WAI Mi TILLE. Edwardsville, Oct. 38,1800. A few of our citizens have known for some time that Mr. A. Hoffmann had decided to enlarge and remodel his botel, consequently they were not surprised when th* papers of tbe city gave notice that be invited bids from contractors up to November 15. This is the second wwk of court, and notwithstanding the oomitig election it grinds right along. The grand jury will hardly get through with their business this week. We sup-poM that oourt will adjourn on Fri day until next Wednesday to give every one a chance to vote. Various. “Never put off until to morrow what you can do today,” is an old and well known proverb, and on* that the Union Veteran Legion of this city must believe in, for they have announced a hall to be held on New Years, at the Bt. Jana es Opera Houm. From what we can learn the Veterans intend to make it pleasant for all who attend. The annual ball of the Edwardsville Firemen, last Thursday evening, was will attended. Gov. Fifer was present and made the boys a little speech. Tbe Firemen netted about $116. The Turner's will give a ball on Thanksgiving night. The bails of this society are always well patronised by thoM who love to trip the light fantastic. Th* depot of the Jacksonville and Southeastern railroad, in the south part of town, is nearing completion. It is about 20x50 feet, and will make a neat and cosy appearance. The usual quota of Edwardsville teacher* will attend the Teacher’s Association at Highland, next Hatur Th* Odd Fellows of Edwardsville will attend th* oorner stone laying of the new opera houM in Alton, next Sunday. They have chartered a special train. Tomorrow evening Bishop Goo. F. Seymour, will oonduct servioM at the Episcopal church on Hillsboro avenue. Edwardsville has a new gun dub. The members wilt try their skill on clay pigeons one day next week. Z. J. Montgomery ha become an expert in the art of dehorning cattle. He will give an exhibition of his skill at his father's residence, near this city, next Saturday. County Noras. The temperance people at Pruitt gave a concert at Columbia eharch last Saturday even hog. The contract for making the coal •haft at Nsw Douglas has been let to R. L. Dingle, of H illsboro, who doe* all the work for fifteen dollars per foot. At the Worden elevator between 1,500 and 2,000 bushels of grain are received daily. Pierson shipped 2.50 gauges of cream to the Greenville creamery last Rtonth. Nearly every town in th* Central and Eastern part of the oonnty has CONVICT LABOR. Copping! petit ar Votes for it as a Competitor Against Honest Labor. organised a literary society. Milk tbeivM seem to be successful at one or two places in th* eMtern portion of th* oounty. The OolUnsville Mining and Manu faoturing Co. has been licensed byth* Secretary of State. “ Whereas, J Ae last (Jenesal Asseth bly submitted, by Joint resolution, an amendment to the Constitution of this State, in regard to coniict lot or, in the Penitentiary; and Whereas, The people atiopteil said amendment; therefore, Resolved, That, obeying the expressed will of the people on sitch > anc name at, it is the duty of this General Assembly to ice thai toe term* of such amcm’uneni be carr cd out by proffer legislation." Mr. J. W. Coftpinyer voted NO on the abote. lie is now a candidate for the State Senate, amt workingmen have a chance to get even with him. Real Estate Transfers. Transfers of real estate flied for record in the recorder’s office of Madison oounty, IU , for week ending, Oct. 25, 1890: Margaret Swanston and hush to Margaret Dunnegan. w d, lot I, blk 6, 0. rn. Adams’ add, Alton, $100. I. H. 8 tree per and wife to I. H. Streeper, Jr., w d, 5 rods on Brown st, by IO rodt, in Upper Alton, $200. R. Breckenridge to Rachael Tary, w d, pt blk 29, Alton. $800. J. N. Murray and wife to Oso. Nev-lin, w d, pt blk 3, Bostwick’* 2nd add, Upper Alton, $600. Ann Murphy to J. Rodgers, qed, lots I, 3, 8 and 4, blk 22, O. M. Adams’ add, Alton, $250. James McArdle hrs., by master, to Eliha L Eplattenier, deed, lot 5, blk 8, Pope and others add, Alton, $1,585. “I had rather be a kitten Aud cry mew” than groan all night and scold all day with neuralgia, when one little bottle of Salvation Oil would make me gentle aud well. Pussy, wouldn’t you? Coughs, hoarseness, asthma or any irritation of the throat or bronchial tubes will be relieved by taking Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup. It has cured thousands. Recommend it to your friend sud neighbor. A Very Old Uhestnat. The official owners of th* Cleveland and Kansas CHty Railway are here taking* look at their road. Tbev report it in first elses condition and talk about pushing it on to Alton. The** officials go to Alton this evening and wiU spend to-morrow inspecting. This no doubt looks like business SI. Charles Newt. It looks very much as lf work on MiMouri Centra] would shortly be commenced, if we may judge fromthe fact that the owner* of the road have organised a construction company, as may be seen by the following item from th* Bt. Louis Republic'. “Toe American Construction Company, capital, $435,000, filed article* of incorporation in the Recorder’s office yesterday. The stockholder* are John E. Rislejr and A. Zsbriski, of New York, lOfiOsharM; J. H. Bethune, St. Louis, 1699 shares; A. C. Cheney, 790 shares; J. W. Oraney, 799 shares, and E. F. Donnelly, T. K. Morrison and E. B. Thoroughman, I share each.” - Bt. Charles Neu-s. everybody knows scrofula to be a disease of tne blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla la the best remedy for ail blood dial*ates. 80 Extrart From a Letter. Homer, N. Y., Mar. 14. Four years ago I took a severe oold; ordinary cough remedies would not held me. I gave up business (a grocer), my medical adviser told me to Kemp's Balaam, the great Iv cine. I took several bottles; It cured me and without a doubt saved my life. I grew stronger and went to work again. I rec* mend it to alt my friends and wiU always pratoe It Gratefully yours, A. M. Bibb*. For reference** First National Bank Homer, N. Y. 20dw4w Th# Kid*!# Germ Eradicator po*itiT#ly our## all dlSMue#. Iw*<-»u«# It kill# all the aern.a i>artens. i>ara»u«-#, lutrroire# and anim aim ie- m th# human •ysteiu, which lh# delegate pbyatclaoa in convention at Ro#Ion. Mas# . agree* wa# tile p*r<-nt or all (li’koee#. The air. water, fruit, vegetable#, etc., are full of the##, Imperceptible to the •ye, little worm#.canalna catarrh coniump (Ion. diabet##. bright ■ duets# and all to *o cal)#d incurable due#### Never known to foil to cur# conium piton .catai rh.ey phlll# and kidney trouble **>ai for two gallon •tone Jar #*nt at) wb#r« spun re -#fpt of prlca. Annin a* ni l a MBOU’,»■ t o. Agee-e#r, flay County, Iowa, proprietor* Sold by all drugglit# «>cut1wiy CASTORIA for Infants and Children# "OasSarta Is a# wad adapted ta ahfldrmtfcae I OuMri# new (Mi#. OawMpitl rn, wad It as #op#rtar lo any pre##rlpM#a I *g SytfSmdw «• ► aw.” HL. A. A ara aa. X D, I *** prom mw OU 111 la Oxford at, Droaklyw, N. Y. I WrKTwj—Mi muiimttm TM Cwmvs OeovAJnr, TY Hurray Strict, N Y. Til KKR ARK A t ak* neat Only six a*ore days until the pack #4 “Defeat” plying in the halt River trade, will leave on it* regular trip. Democrat* secure your berths early and avoid the rneh. “Cloam oat th* Coart Houm’ defeating the Democratic ticket. stitch in time saves ala*. 1 by “A Penes*!. Dr, Fisher was called to Kane today on prof** atonal business. Judge Cook, Sheriff Burke and County Clerk Batiker ore in this city today. Miss Mary Judy, of Decatur, HL, ta visiting MIM Blanch* Yerbas, in Upper Alton. Messrs. Wa. McKitlriok and Chaa Eckart, Republican candidates for! the Legislature, ar* in town today. Mr. B. M. Bowman returned this morning from a two weeks trip to Leadville, Colo., and other eastern Hew** This! We offer On* Hundred Dollars re-warti for any cam of catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure,- F. J. Cheney A Co., Prop*. Toledo, O. We,the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the lost fifteen year* and (relieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and 11 none lolly able to carry tm! any obligations mode by their firm. - West A Truss, WbolsMie Druggists, Toledo O. Waiding, Klnnon A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken inter Rally acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the ars to rn Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Bold by ail druggists 18 dwl _ * >i Oar Eterne*# to be In rep# an I a tare# I In The reedit of the elections held on th* fourth of next rn jnth will be awaited nowhere with more of in (•Met than in England, Austria, Ger France and Italy. many, These ooun Oldest Affray in th* City. Established la ; refreshments. Immediately their I durn. teem were clouded with horror. Messrs. f. B. Mueller and Harry E This is the stranger that sang so Nameher, of Decatur. IU., spent Bun ; sweetly and worshiped so devoutly day in Upper Alton the guest* of Dr. in the eharch, aud now he kl peddling T. P. YerkM. °ZI Mr 1Mm ™ "A* lo a. “uo‘r«v« w, asak * bust dom to go back and UU th* Look yesterday by the Pension Ex I ri ‘ a *^® r 'bn •'hurch people whom J am inert, in order to prove up for th* OOI. THIRD AWD |Bft p BT&E2TB, j h* moi nod more than undid the go«x] J back pay due on the pension he lately tries ardently hope for a Democratic victory, which they will regard m Indicating that the people of this court retie biU is based try repudiate the protection policy *a which th* McKinley Boston Traveler. —— 1849 Advice to Mather*. Mr*. Winslow's Soothing By rn ip bai ildrei been used by moth*,** far eh teething for over fifty year* with Dermic vm the little ALTOS SALE* MRN WANT RL to .ell K Ur I n *# *n __ sot j Mm#, Situation# |>#ruian« ut Minrv I .1... * 5 "*'/ 11 f,i ’*•' •‘art * * n * v « r 7 day RNppN Writ# for t#rui#. ' H JE MOORER CO “ tor term#. #t«i:u# #»# Vur»«ytu«n. hoe eap&h heater. work acoompiiahad in Uke morning One of the member* rc-^ied, “We Ilk# an oat-and-afft church man or I man,” meaning one I who doe# ait 1 for th* pur rec lived. Jon. Johnston, Water-OM Co., hero. “Jimmie” feet euooeM. It sufferer st od ere, produces natural, quiet sleep by freeing the child from pain, and the Utile cherub awake* aa bright aa a button ” It kl very pleasant to taste, soothes tho child, of the BL Louis I the gums. allays pain, relieve# ie visiting friend* I wind * ™gHialm tbs bowel*, and ie tho I,,™ J k** 4 A nown remedy for d tar bajra, long with the whether arising from feet hitter or oth- Childrw Cry for Pitcher’i Cistori!. The Stmt* Street Railway. To Whom ll May Concern .* This ie to notify you thmt the Alton and North Alton Street Railroad Com pany, a corporation organised under the laws of the But# of Illinois, will present IU petition to the President and Board of Trustee* of Ute vil'agv of North Alton at a meeting to U< held in the Town Hall, in caid villag of North Alton, and BUU of UUnota en November let, 1890, at 7:80 o’ektck of said day, asking said President and Board of Trustee# to grant to said company, the right and privilege of construct constructing, operating and maintain tog a street railroad traok (the oars on said railroad to be propelled either by hora* power, dummy motor power or electricity) in, under, upon, over and along the foUowing street; Com mensing at Ute northern dty limits of the city of Alton, on Btate street in said village of North Alton, thence north upon said State street to the Godfrey township Un*, sod to the northern limits of the village of North Alton. Alton and North Alton R. R. Co. Dated this 30th day of October 1890 30 ll Alts* ask Upper Alton Heros Railway. To Whom it May Concern t This ie to notify you that th* Alton and Upper Alton Horse Railway and Carrying Compony, * corporation or ganieed under the tow of tbe State of Illinois, will present its petition to tbe City Council of the City of Alton, at a meeting of said City Council to be held st the Council Chamber on Nov. lot, at the hour of 3 o’clock in the afternoon of said day, asking Mid Council to grant to said company the right and prirUedge, of operating its said railroad and propelling it* cora by electricity, along, over, aud upon the following streets lo city of Alton, commericing Washington street, st the nothaastern limit* of the city of Alton, south to Second street, thence westerly on Second street to the center line of Market street in said city of Alton. Alton awd Urrea Alton Horah Railway and Carrying Co. De fed Okie 30th day of October, 1880. Great Many Stoves WHICH ARS CLAIMER) TO BB EQUAL TO IT IS FALSE. POK THEY ARB Only Imitations, -AND- Do not Possess the Merit of the Genuine Article. Fire backs Guaranteed for Five Years. SOLD ONLY BY 552 E. Second street. Julius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. rr “0';«[ my buiinm to m.v new bufidin,- Wo. HS Fourth between Piasa md Belle Stree t, I .hell devote my . mire , lu “tiok WHOLESALE SALES Of nj kind, of Wine, md Liquor., when, .ll DEALERS will ll- I p to their Interest to PurrbaM their Supplies et Strictly Wholesale Prices #vr T ! h * L * r ? e f ! , , nd Moit Se,ect Stock 01 Fln « W,NF $ LIQUORS m.nt uTM l l Cny— on hand,—and a complete Bottling Department Eaiabliibeil. Cill and Examine. ‘ Julius H. Raible,Bene SLI, FALL SUITS. i ar now ready to rumania u\ may man in Alton with a ‘UPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADE FP* ill /LOTUS (SELECTED ESPECIALLY POR J pall WEIAR. Cir, IN THE MOST STYLISH MANNEH, With. Perfect Fit, -re- AND -re- At FlgurtdH that will Plemta AU. H C. G-. Montz. FI-A-NOS Are iwn»en#Hj pepalsr boras** they •re it rid I y flr*tt*cla*s, fell* Warr on ten, and still ealy ou-diutn in price. lie. Tho pro ii lr are bon rid Re#!, and will hate none hat Oar sri re# are the ie weal _ either Him payment* or cook tenter* prefer. C or Rad SM RO, or arad for Cath-log*eft and full tof«r.*atiu*. ESTEY & CAMP, 233 State Street, Chicago. WSt- Louis House, GIG & 918 Olive St. Af.aU## tai# Ftom
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