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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME 30.  ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4. ISIK).  (IN HIE MKN TRIP.  Mr. Gladstone En Route Home from Scotland.  CANE PRESENTATION AT DUNDEE.  PAPETERIES,  [BOX PAPER j  *</ —  FINE LINEN STATIONERY  MF* Put up in large white envelopes, IO sheet! assorted, of our best sloe Ic, with li^uveloite* to in itch. Only 10c per Envelope. Alto:  HT One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheet! of Paper sud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c pit box.  MV* These Select and Superior Writing Papers, made sod put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades:  A Short A <1 ii ret* to th* Working Pro. pin nt Feeble* (ion. W nine I ny Culling HrilUk Troops In I ml nn<l In Prepare* finn for Amy Kmergeeev Which Map Arian—Th* O’nit**-Carnet I ease Aal*— Oilier 11 fin* front Ornr the San.  Jjjkdox, Not. 4 —Mr. Gladstone It en routs bo un from Scotland. Kin hun mile fwptl'ini burt Ucu accorded bim at Mon roie sod Arbroath. At Duudee a e •oimiiicw stepped from lite millet of (bn gram jruwd an mm bled in and about tbs ■ al im and pre-ta ted tbs distiiiguiahsd traveler with a walking stick of hootch mrerial* and workmaistilp, alto wlih an Elegant luncheon bucket flllsd with sub* Stnntlal edibles, When Peebles WM rent bed a great un mil sr of workingmen prea-ed about the train to greet and cheer Mr. Gladstone, One of their representative*, on their behalf, prwented the ex-premier with a handsome iraveilng rug  Lard Hartington Mat SntUSnd.  A short mop was made and Mr. Glad stone bro fly addressed tbs assembled  throng. He sail that l/wd Hartington was sv dmiIjr not well a tiirfled with tbs result of tbs teaching of his doctrines as such re* ii I Ie were exemplified by recent el*-, ti ms. The ou iy don bt, the apeaker •wit, which now remained In Lord Marting’on’# mind, was whether the time bad quits ameed lo I arr ender what traa left of the Liberal.Unionist pariy, tbs broken down followers cf which were alroou lr* mii.vuby dem*raha*d by elections which hail proven most satisfactory to the Liberals.  THE MILITARY IN IRELAND.  WHITE,  CREAK,  PEACH,  P R I JI R 0 8 K, IRISH BONO, ENGLISH PA RCHMKNT. ELITE LENOX LINENE.  Mf" Our large quantity purctntsed of these SELECT Ooodi, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR price*, although all Papeteriea have advanced from IA to 25 per cent.  MT 'live these Good* a trial and you will Bod that they are eontiderable lei* in pries thai you have been paying, conaiatent with quality.  C. J. Degenhart,  101 aud 103 Third st., Alton, III.  IF YOU NEED  — A BOTTLE OF —  Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoline,  A Good Healing Salve,  Nice Soap or Perfumery,  . -o— GO TO  MARSH'S  A « bange la He* • That Look. Hume what alg ii asset.  LOV DOX. N iv 4. — While Balfour has bren act.vely engag ti in ex 'mining the  condition of tbs props in the district! most likely to bs vi-Hed by femme. Gen. VVolwiry has liven no less active in the lit»p-ction of the troops sud in patting the Heil mh f orcas in Irvlau I in realities* for any service that may be requisite. Tbeoftic*of com Hamler of lbs forces in Ireland ha* for a number of years liven a sinecure si I by some hangeriMi of th# royal fomo,. the laical being Prince Edward of 8 ixe-Weimar, a German with an Knglish wife bae.ag a strain of royal blood.  tVolseiejr Hard at VVerk.  Prince Kl ward, a pleasant, good-nature I nohu nota, was still ut to draw tbs pay and leave the hard work to kit subor dtnates Now, however, just when the government shows a determination to crush toe N ttiunal league and the plan of campaign Gen. Woiseiey, lbs ablest of Knglish commanders, takes tbs place of the princely d^urs-h < el, the regim en are rn lengthen*! with rscruus from Ragland and Hs'tlanl and the military establishment is put on a fooling la pi sp-aration for any em -rgs toy.  The O’absis. Para* 11 Sr aa dei.  Loxdon Nov. 4—Par nett, It la said, will testify iu his own do.en** sad the de fence of Mn GV bes iu lbs eomiog divorce suit of Csp! O’Sliea, sud will absolutely deny cr rn nality. It is motored tbat tbs pts rn IT has In bis possession written avid-lice that may , int stir Parnell’s dei. ai Mrs. 0'8bea will reply to her hiisUani** allegations with counter allegations Allose'her the affair Is about as no avory as it c ta ba It Is understood that The LxkmIou Times will publish s report of the trial In pamphlet form for circulation in Korop. aud America.  FRANK BUDDE.  RETAIL DEALER IN  Th* Preach Tariff BUL  Pa ms, Nov. 4—The new French tariff hill which la now before tbs chamber of deputies con’aln* oar striking feature a hic.I baa her * of »r * ewoaps I much notice. This Is a clause w Hen g v at to tbs prest lent end ttie cabinet full power *o retaliate to a* great extent a* th*? choose upon ariels* exported to France ny say country which discriminates agal aet Freorh products, ar In any way erect* barriers against French trode  Wines and Liquors,  —o— AGENT FOR  ANHEUBLR’H BOTTLKD BEER.  Good. delivered lo Mjr parlor lh* cit, fr*« of charge Suulh*»l cor of Belle ami Fourth its , (RaibLi’a old eUnd.) Alton, 111.  Masts Stanley i» apeak Oat.  Logout, Nos 4. A brother of lbs Aft4-can traveler Jame*on writes asking The T me* to a as 1st ie prevailing up rn titan-ley to po iii!<h the whole of Iii* case against the rear guard instead of w tiling until everything ba* been Slid on the other site I h • present course, hi* sty*, give Mauler Hm advantage of p«-e*vniiug a case for d< a i ni l lo aas wet.  Choice Brtndt of WINES end LIQUORS Alway* on Hand.  BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s.  ■Artistic Tailors and Ciont’s Furniihor*.  Dee.*’* Was* Paveigu laterfereuae.  liiNDnX, Nor. 4—A dispatch from br. Idlers burg save th*! lbs atar has bwo deeply irritated by the adv es and interference of the foreign press aud preacher* in behalf of lbs Kuasian Jews, and that his majesty, who la personalty In favor of the rig"roils enforce neat of tbs soli Jewish decrees, has given directions that no leniency si ell he shown.  FALL AND WINTER SUITS  de to Order ut Price* LOW}*It UMM »hj other Tnilortu* linum* In the City. G#»d Workmanship »»«  Perfect Fit Oiinortdfd. c»ll bib!  The ( earswile -•'# Visit Ie A na I ria.  V IKM MA, Not. 4 —The mare wit cb will on bis arr vat .here be met by Emperor Fruncls Joeepb who will eetertain him at the imperial palace The clar ha* given  hts |ier mi aal on to the abnndoomect by tbs  ex tr«-w r ch of hie inc »gnit > while in the Aa#'Hen capital.  Examine Our Stock Before Buying Elswhere.  1221 PIASA 8 r P,  DR. CROSVEN ORS  rn Bellc&p«ic  PLASTERS.  Hussl lies Is Mu Mi Ming.  Bomi, Nov. 4.—I*saaa<it ere fl ring from the vicinity of Mount Ktne In dread of e destructive eruption The mountain has been rumbling for »om>- weeks and Its rentral coos throne out shovers of sabra, IS It ink» of earl quak- bai# also lire ll felt.    mmmrnmmmmm  A ( nsiaiai* liras«i Dobs.  MT PCT KU- SOBO, Si*. 4 -Gland Duke Nicholas who brr an* ti* sane daring the r»cot arn.) msnmuvre* in Yoihyuii. ie IHI# completely para!)**I nod in a come. io*e coo 111>oil There is no danger of a  violent al ie ______  Ii. el Im.*! tbs Woo ar.  Eld«M'M «, N V. I -dr, Gladstone hsv.ng Is ii Woo-r,-1 a n oh    lug  lbs tifli -rn of liar i r-«: or u I ie UelvsTaiiy ut Alerdrrn ha-felt c/fupelle I to liuclioe the honor ow mg to advancing age.  Ti  TH*    PLAtTKItd    IB    TMI    WOMJp.  TMK ■BBT runwes rtas ISS*    -     m   JSKrtT’RHEUMATISM,KIDNEY PAINS,UiEBACLit.  emu SI Ti i—Tr.    (I    BOff? C V U M * MCB ABM* Meek#*,'Knee.  Attask# I br rn I rallied ll<-rs*. br. PXTgBHiVW*. Si '*■ I—In the course cf a circus perf email.sr Pele which w«* attended bf the cg sr s d some rn n>b*-n  of ili>- im. vt ii family, one of the trained lioi aes suddenly and viciously ahi ached M Gmix.dii, the manager of the el roue. The manager wa* knocked down, bitten and trampled ujhmi by the animal which, lu full view of the audience, mangled him in a horrible manner. The c**r and bis party abruptly left the building. The audience stampeded ani the performance was terin’nated.  IO  [XI  Arrival of Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien frot! Ireland.  Poar Days la a Hurries***.  lASDoy, Nos. 4.—Th# stenin«iiip Pennsylvania, Caph Thomas, of the American lh**" from Philadelphia, Oer, SS, arrived al Qu.en-.town ut 9 o'clock Monday morning aud proceeded to Liverpool Ca pi. Thomas reports that daring toe voyage the Penn*) Irani* pestled through a hurricane wit c t laded four days. Once the vessel was boarded by a heavy sea which smashed one of her life boats. It was found advisable to keep the passengers below dei* during thes xty hours while the storm was at IU hight.  MANY I ETTERS OF ENCOURAGEMENT  ll IVss Contempt of Coart.  Tirrxi’AKT, Nov, 4.—In the magistrate’s court Monday morning Hon. Patrick O'Brien, member of the boise of common* for the north division of Monaghan, and a defendant In the conspiracy cases attempted lo photograph a witness then Notifying before the court. Although Mr O’lirien’a subject made no objection, the onurt decided the attempt Ut etviet'tate a contempt and sentenced uBneti to one week's I rn prison me ut therefor*.  Wants ta Die la Brasil.  PARM, N«iv. 4—A rumor la current tbat Dom Pedro bas notdl-’d tbs guvsrnment it Brasil that he no longer wishes to lie considered as making any claim on the crown. Ile only desires to be permitted to die in Hraxd.  Masy Vessels Probably l«l  LONDO*. Nov. 4 —Munday a fierce gale set In along the Devonshire coast and tbs storm still rages furiously Wreckage ie being driven animis amt It ta thou*lit tiiat disasters have occurred off the coast.  Ak Vee, Just Is.  LoXDov, Njv. 4—Owing to tbs appt ach of an Interesting event, Mrs. N i' arm ( Mary Anderson) will not return to America for some lime  Aa Ahi.- Ae t amp mf Napaleaa III.  pAltis Ni»v. 4.—Gen f a-ieluau, onus an tide de camp of tile Kin per or Napoleon Iii, is dead  SUPREME COURT NOTES.  later-Xiate tom inures ('nm in I seton va the Haltlmnre and Ohio C»a|i *n,.  W AKIU Notus (ITT, Nov. 4—Culef Justice Fuller announcal In the supieme court of the I'tined ti ates Monday tbat Hie court had decided lo wait until Justice Mitier’* sn ~c stew ba I lek»-a bl* seat before bearing the ca-e of the in ter- stale com mr rev commission vs. the Baltimore and Ohio K til road company, involving the right of railroad companies Ut give re* dofr-d rates lo theatrical com pa ukes The ll and O. company allowed reduced rates to theatrical iron wa and the in rr stare commerce commission broogfit the matter into coart ou the ground that It was a vin at Ion of the later alate commerce law The lower eourt decided against the commission and tbs case was carried to the iupreme court.  tulif Justine Fuller also announced tbat tbs vauaucy la the K ghtb Judicial circuit cause I by the daub of Justice M iler would lie filled by J istle- Brewer until a lien j Utica Is appealed.  Uh**! a Follow Spur t.in .n.  May* La mu no. N J, Nov. 4 —The openiug day of the deer-* ii noting season wa* unfortunately marked bys fatality (list ha* cast a gloom over this locality. While John Cruse, of Dorchester, was hunting in the wind* above Bello Plaine, bis attention was attracted to •omething rustling in the bushes in front af him. Thinking it was a deer he final at th-object, bat on going up to ascertain what was the effect of his shot he was horrified to find that he had killed Jay Hoffman, of Ewing’s Neck, a fallow sportsman. Th* autor:ana * man, who was about MI years of age and unmarried, was literally rtldl-d with buckshot, aud in* death wna instantaneous.  The Anarchists Will Celebrate.  Chicago, Oct. 4—The Anarchists will celebrate Hie anniversary of the hanging of their five brothier* Fifty representative* of as many re-1 flag soc ie ic* met at Greif’s hall fiuudsy lo arrange fur the celebration lobe held Nov. S. The societies will Ble t on Market square at IO o'clock of the morning id the < vie Ural ion and march by circuitous route to the Wisconsin (Vntrsi depot, sad I hence by trsiu to Waldheim cemetery, speeches will to made by Proeas«tr Gareide of New York. Mw* Schall*, and J ac Nleoianda. It is expected that ft.OHO men will take port In the < mmemoration.  Prom A.I Tarts af lh* Tailed St si ss  ami I anatta— -Oeareblrtg for Victims *»f the Viscera Disaster—Arrival wf (he • leawtshlp Telgravi* with bmall-P»> wa Hoard—-A Derision la (ha fatuous begar Trust Casa.  N’kw Yoke, N-»v 4 —TU Parliament *ry Fun I neeocial o i gave a rec.-ptioo to O'Br.eu and DI.ion aud die uthere of tkeir party woo arrived here fund ay, at the ll lf nan hun*# 8 in lay bi bt. Among toe SB goes a prevent wee* M yoe Grant, ex Mi)or Unum, Ibm. Bourr* IL itoo«o-vei., K i/cue Kelly, and Julges Knifer-ald a ii I Mo g ul, ,^p vc ies were mad** by Mrs ca IF ll.lea, Did.in, 8.ill vau and lh# "Ilur-oi lh,- Ir,sh delegatee in reply to an addle** of we;ctj.ne.  latervl* w will* (Cllro.e.  Mr. William 0*1! .et sfieni tU whole rn iru.ii'i ai Hic Boff.nan nous- receiving . a Irs Hid suing * Vera lag*- a* camilla* tem O mal! I rom mu pert* ut im Unit d btat* a aud Calinda, .ii,. O’Lr eu, iu conversation Wilt* a Uui.eJ Flu* reporte , said the mail thus far reoei vrct con la I n>-cl hnndred of letters ut cucourug*-meat aud ho|H*. He could not give auy detlnite idea of the programme to tie lotlnwed by the Irish party after visit lug H skim ami Put ade.p da, but said it was among Hie po-si ult ii ie* mat it would private fur a visit to Canada. *1 know," c ml.lilied Mr. O'Brien laughingly, ‘That u is a little risky but I duubt very much w he tiler the imperial a.anorn!-* would attempt to ar-resi usa UU UMioMtiau sud. kuil see It would incur the exp*use of fe uding me ba* k to Ireland at in* coat 01 I tie Bi itiah eruwu.  Am OM Mary for O'Brien.  “But ab lr aumail can uever leu what ta goiug lo happen ami arrests is aa utd etoiy lu my pub!** carer. B wides iii) arret eon id cast a stiama up-.n Uannda which I gravely doubt would be a*ce t it-abls to lite Uanad.an people. Aud tfa-y would naturally wish to suuw the rea* 'll why Canada would he ee.ected l**r I bn! purpose WUU UU req ave WI of a like cnar ac cr baa lawn made en lier to toe govern lueoluf Francs* o( in. United .slat.-- It wuuid opeu up a verj delicate nu I im puriaut question hrtweeu Gieal britain aud Canada w it mu I would uo; care to discuss in advance ul tnei cuuring*ncjr." He thought that Uliu*e.l and party wuuid probeb y remain In toe L’ i..#d Blat s until January. In lbs af vruo* u a nu in brr OI or ega.es I rum froth awcieibrs were received  THE V18CAVA DISASTER.  A Vessel on the Mwrae 1-oeBleg fee Pleating Motiles.  NKW Yoiik. Nov. 4 —Nu further news from the sc us of tbs ten I be V. sexy a d e aster off Barnegat ha b.eu received iu this cay Nu out ii es were found etou,. the shore, aith JUgb the agent* have mart* arrangement for hav ng lh# bract, tboroughiy patrolled. They will be notified at duce ny te.vgraph lf any bodies are Iou od Metter*. Leu*.me also sent Hie tag Fred B. Darnel* down to the aer rn wuh orders lo cru.se about the plane lur a week at least, an i molt lur any fliuiiug bodies. I wo clarke of lbs Ut in went along to aid in hie al I llca t iou and scud lu dally reports of the search.  Hmall-l wa oh tt.*ar4.  NX* Youk, Nu*. 4 —Tbs steamship Be'gravi.t I rom Me titer, aimwn |«orie arrived here Mon lay muroiug wit.* ut si I,WAI Ila.tau* aud other euilgiano aboard Mie anchored off quarantine arni her captain re fuse-1 to allow the rev.-nu - ofli,r« to hoard her s.ating luai there was *matl• pox aittoog the passengers, lira.th eftt elal* will lake charge wf ins stoa psax!ti gars and qoarmutine iu*m aud afterwar** disinfect to# vessel.  The Pea Hegiwalag Ie Uulhou.  NKW YoUK. Nov. 4 - Chi wai rams issued by I i.iud Males (Jomnu**. lier* cm.e.da abd Lyman, KftJ men were err. *'al un c for liegsl rvgi*ra>ioii.  a Ab<>ut I UU of them were re ea»ed ob bali, and the ie loaming IM) were locked up In the federal buildiug Five huudre I warrant* were issued, and ail wll. tai **iv«d under the direction of Chief Bupervieor oi Eievt.ou* Davenport.  The ansar I inst ('ase.  Freed Ie the Indian Caw se s.  Minn'kAfi’i.ia, Mina , Niv. I—A special to lh* Journal from Chamharlaln, 8 I)., says: There la a report that Agent Wright, of the Ho-eliod agency, has lawn suspended for frau Is to the Indian census The new census taken by special sgtnta hi sail lo hart < I Bel wed grave fiiaerviMutriss. The Rosebud Indiana do not toke kin By to the -u-pension.  a an Piaeglgee Hatal Ussr ray sd  Bam Flu vc IOU), Cai, Nos. 4—Fire woe discovered at • o’el *ck la the morning In Heater Bros. it Co's peint shop under the Grand he’ti. The lire -prcail rapidly aud the hotel wo Omni In flviuesk There was grant steam rn inn ig tba guests bat tbey all e-capsd safely Tho ho el was mtir -ly de-'ro. -d The lose ta esii-maled at over Bl A Od)  New Yt*ttK. Nor,4 —J i .gs Pratt, in th* supreme Cud I has heads I down a decision in the sugar trust enow Tho judge says a receivership ta not only proper and Deccnaary nut in lite i>| into t ol the eourt UM only one but two ret#,vers should he appui lied.  Ttajrrd I bess While ttlladfolded.  Kaw Yuma, Nov. 4-A. IL Hodges played che** biiadfmded at the biateu island Crick--! c nit with three men simultaneously. ii** won two out of tho three ga rn us. He did not corn mil a solitary technic I error.  ga* Caba re Ihisr af toast* atellan. NKW Yotik, N V 4 l h ) nun say : Jon Coho rn. lite ornstfsmm* pugilist, is dying of cunsumpti a*, ail-1 bi* fried Is Clink that be ho* tm. a snort Bm* live.  Moan went la Ltaet. Maury.  KICH un MD. Va., Nor. 4—A movement ha* b-rn *«arced lo rsiae a monument to  lieut. Matthew F. Maury, "tim pathfinder of the wa." whose contributions to maritime eeienc* have is-ea a biassing to the manner aud to <oru met an he astor  Chandler is said to he a w ira adrue * a of a govern meat a**p op-istkm tor tbs monunisut._  A Pellet# at t hi cag*.  Chic A'.o, Nos 4 — Lebaron, H.4t fk Co., whoieeale dealers in dress sod fancy trim ming* at ITS and ITS Adams street, flied a voluntary a-aignin-nt to Ernest W. Kohl* ■sat in the c*»uu y coart Monday morning Ti e aa-ete aud liabiiithw are ached-uitst at ITS each  Mast Tmjt I balr T or*.  Ottawa, Dm , N -v. 4—F r* years the  formers of i-ow township hove refused to pay tales, 'lh'- town-hip «>irh >r tie- bad pun aas stun of the lek ret), sod a# they refused ie give it up. ii was i rn po*** 14a to ascertain who die t *g;j *ysra were. By a Oiever move, b W jvvr, Ilia sheriff has oh-lalned pan**-salon of It, aud thoas who should pay t.ixe* will bs prosec'lied. They will ceriaiulj resist to the death and trouble to expected.  Hark ta Hts First Lava.  St. I SJT IS* (ML 4—A paper that is recogu 1  sad a* You d r Aoe's official organ bete say* that Ca J, Ch trio* Cotniskey, once a me rn Br at the old Si Ix>ms Hrowns, has erg ow I with tbs Browns a.id will captain aud menage the team MKI  flwlag Hutu- ta Vote.  W A kit I VUTi*A CITY. No*. 4Frost lent Barr**) > r. coo tap one I try Attorney G-a* era! M Per. loft or* r the Penuaylvania railroad mr bb home ta indiana at IO u’cl-K'k Monti J morn mg. The pesi'tral * MMM  Mew Hank at Os. Patarsbnrg.  BT. I'KTKithH! uo, Nor. 4—Tho Uriah-damn stales tim ther- will soon be so-tab tnltfel in Hr. Fat fshorg n now bank to bsksoet a* th* A ansi Ic Bonk. It will bove a «»p- 1  "I <d ft UU iiW rouble#  I* eJ{*< 'Cl b I vt urn bv Wedoeeday.  Hit ) t al a huff »ia Call.  W ami I 'GT i - C.T» Nov. 4—A Buffalo I calf wa* o.>rtt aw the Natl.*ii mu-ewm Hunday Tie father a t mother of th* calf w. re ca .lure I ne »r soc N"rth Ksall I# yiv*r In Nehra-ka several years ago*  COAL.  The Famous Gilhspie 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 iu the  West.  HARD COAL  In all sizes, Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Uifsurpasscd,  GUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  Dorsey & Mann  310 Belle street.  TELK PI I ON 12    84'    AND    QI.  HPIXX* AM A TX A  F()R  bi rding coal, X XX Hi UlTil CX ii. CORK OR WOOD.  -THE ONLY PKK* KCT-  Combioed Coal and Wood Cooking 8tov« Mad*,  Ii HAE Brr.KY MOI.KUN IMPK 'VI SKIT. And for haautv ef rialsh, Siae- masas  HSM  of i ailing perfection of Operation, ivliupilrtly and Duratillity, tills hleeaet'tfeve I re eminent  PITTS & HAMILL 4£L.  ITS NO SECRET.  T».at our STOCK I* tho MOST OOMPLKTE a war orot^kt to A Bon. Wa nan show >ou Something New aa often oh you aoli kff  CARPETS!  Tape‘try,    Body Brasse In,  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  ZIV CURTAINSi  Dado or Plain,    Lacj or i'ortier.  I TST RUM:  Fur Moquotte.    Smyrna & Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocos Mats.  Ladies like to aee the No weal and Fineat in Houo« Decor*Dona. Hm Kaaioat way to acc them la to Call frequently at our eeutbitwhmani. whether you wiah to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL  FALL GOODS!  AMOTHBIt LIT im  CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSIMEHES,  J err kbcbivbd po*  h'ALL WMAR  ALBO A rift K UXI Off  ^    ^Cloth for Overcoat*  FOH r ALL AMD WI HTBK.  E. Ii.BORCKMANN.  TUK riKSST HK I IEI  Radiant Home  TUB MST BAUD COAL RAHI HP RDC*.  Superior,  ILI ! »sr PKItFKI'T C'HJli RTO VK M\f>K t'lKK Ii 'lit WAMRAMTB0 Hitt MVC ICA**  JI. A. HOF FN ANN,  IOO aq4 102 B. SECOND ST  jarisOei    .■mh.-josX-    jh    .    kSki    «„■    ^    ■    ■    •-    -    «-  L'JSi C.   

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