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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON DAILY TELEGRAPH. OLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., PRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7. 1800. NO. I ©population in Regard to the Successor of Reed. SOME PROMINENT MEN MENTIONED. PAPETERIES, [BOX TAPER J FINE LINEN STATIONERY for Put up Id Urge wb*te envelope*, IO sheets assorted, of our best stock, with IO envelopes to match. Only 10c per Envelope. Also: MF* One quire boxes, containing 24 Sheets of Paper aud 24 Envelopes to* match. Only 25c psf box. iWT These Select and Superior Writing Paper*, made and put up especially for OUR TRADE, include the following popular shades: WHITE, CREAM, PEACH, P RIMKUS E, IRISH BOND, ENGLISH PARCHMENT, ELITE LENOX JANENE. MT Our large quantity purchased of these SH LECT Goods, enables us to maintain our LOW DOWN and POPULAR prices, although all Papeteries have advanced from 15 to 25 per cent. ear* Give these Goods a trial and you will Rod that they ar* considerable less In price than you have been paying, consistent with quality. C. J. Degenhart, 101 aud 103 Third st., Alton, III. IF YOU N EEB — A BOTTLE OF - Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough Syrup, Perfumed Cosmoline, A Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, • •o— OO TO —o— MARSH S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK is the MOST COMPLETE ever Drought ie Alton. We eau show you Something New as often as you call id: CAHPETSi Tapestry,    Body Brussel*, Ingrain,    Art Squares, Rag or Hemp. IN CURTAIN fils Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. IN RUGS: Fur Moquette,    Smyrna & Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in House Decorations. Tbs Easiest way to see them is to Call frequently at our establish maul, whetner you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL Aw laureating Ult of Uuralp Which ta* Mtw« af Dan LMkwoMl WHA th* k)M-*l*riklp-Ut« Krum. from Ilia Biretta*- \Yteal tk« llltnel# Democrat!* Castral (!a«alttc« Sn; of th* Mast I^giclatara- feeing# af lk« Alliance Mas. New YORI, Nor T.-Tbe Bon** Wash- Iiugtun apicial ray*: Now that It Is beyond qui at iou that tbs Democrat, will have eouirol of tbs next houec of representative*, speculation is being Indulged is j with regard to tho i()tkk*nbip. Mr. ' Springer, of lllleols, and Mr Crisp, of 1 Georg.a, ars among the most prominent of th O'# wb one na nim ars mentioned for tbs honor. Mr. Mills, of Texas, la credited with no ambition for cfh ie. and baa j frequently alated be would prefer to br ; known un ruly aa the leader of the house aud chairman of tbs committee on ways j and mean*. Mr. Bynaxfe of Indians; I Mr. McMillan, of Tennessee, and Mr. Out h Waite, of (lido, liars also been named for the riffler. Mr. Wilson, of West Vir Minis, regarded ou ell si lee as one of the brain.est men in the bones, would un* doubted!)' make an admirable speaker, Dan Loeb wood fer Speaker. The most inter#.(inn piece of gossip, which was much discussed Wednesday night, joints lo Din Lockwood, the n*wly-chosen member from Bu (Jato, N, V , aa the next speaker. It la urged lo I behalf oft Ilia new candidate— lf such br I may be called, when the idea has perhaps not yet occurred even to himself — that it will not Im advisable for tbs Democrats in the neat bons i to choora an ex-Confederate for their speaker Bee.des, the south, lo the person of Mr. Carlisle, has had the office for the last three con gre-eea, and it is time that toms other j sections eh mi l hare the honor. That ■ ecol n, it * nrg.d, should be the north, ; and of ail state* In the north Is the one which It is the rn .we desimbia to sere in ! I* 'I To make any man speaker of the house would contribute largely to this end LATE tLECTION RETURNS. What 111InuU l>riuurr«n Say ut the Nest !-«•*(• tatar#. t incauo, Nor. Tbs Democratic state eeutral nom rn I ties soya that the leuUla lure on jdst m viubiy wUI stand KH Bepun liens*, IDI Democrats, and two Farmers' alliance representative*. One of the aiiisneo men. Moore, of the Forty-fuurlfa dis:Hc% has said tutu be will affiliate w.th lite Democrat*on all party measures, hut will not vote for Gen, Fulmer for United Blate* senator. The Democ rats hope to gain soother repre«entetlve In Hardin cu t)- where the ret urds ara yet incomplete, ibis would give Gen. Palmer a ma J rity of I ou )oiut ballot. The t eak ('nasty Kleetiea. The police returns give Frank Lawler, the Democratic candidate for sheriff, a majority ot ii,kit is the city. Iks county towns give Gilbert, Republican, a tim jurily of a if tbs ponce returns ars c Tract Gilbert is oleoud sheriff by a majority of Wk J he H^pttUkane also elect the couutjr clerk, superior court Judge and the sufwriuuudeiil of school*. Tbs Drulcerate ejected ike treasurer, lh# appui I Ste court clerk, the probate court clerk, the criminal oourt clerk, the county judge and a superior court judge. The Republican* have a majority lo the board of Com mta ,io os re which last year wa* controlled by th i Democrats Tke State Ticket. 1'bunaiajr rn or sing scvuuty eight ooun-ti«e in the stale were beard front -officially and ret! iii a t cd showing a majority for Amberg over WU**. u of 4,0*. Twenty-Dura counties remain to be beard frost. Of these thirteen gave an aggregate Republican rmjcrity in 14a*of lr. jot, nn d tea sn aggregate Dr moor otic m*tj*rit y af I. A IO, whh h, lf followed closely ibis year, will give A in la-tx a me J wit* over VV ti*, hi of U.Ntk or 8,SM more than Governor Fifer rec**iv*d la l>m The remainder of the •tate ticket receives a*fe majorities with til* j tensible exception of El wards, for auperluiendent of public instruction, who runs (.ahind Amberg'* Vote. The >*« throughout the alate, aa cont para I Wuk that of IM, is ISI. ISO abort. m Die Ut lr I dial riot by a majority of UTX, and Fdek to the E gilt district by a ma Jerity of IU. Tbs state deb-gstion Is eon-grass will stand six Republic ms and flee Democrat*. I att I a oe. IvntAVAPoi IR, Nov. Late returns from Sullivan county Indicate the election of G< urge M. Peak. *, Dem , for aa-senilily Instead of H wa*. Un I re* uffie?nl return* make further chati os* In til* list the nwmbljr will stand 08 Diuoer.te to ©0 Kepu dlcaua, ani th* Democ rats will to* ve a majority on Joint ballet la tbs leg Mature. Besit official ret urn* (rom all th* counties give the Democrat# eleven out cf thirteen emigre**men, the stale* ticket by Ii,UUU majority and control of bolk bra ii che* of tb# legislature. Rleeted Htnnwrtti* C*n|r*Min«s Colcord, N H., N <v. 7 —The Kepuldh c rn* callet de the el-ctfon of Danrll, Dem., In the 8**co:id cougraeaioosl district by a plurality of 50 to SU. Till* give* the Democrat* the two congressmen from this slate Doth jwrt lea claim the legislature. The R public..n say they have chows Ik and po** til y lh «etutfe«r* and will haves goo I working major!: v In the house. Tin Democrete give the K -pubiiewa* IS senators, and say th ira M no choice in one egawtorinl district. Tbey Boulimia to claim lh* bouse and a majority of tke I egis latiira on Joint ballot. IS ON AIM SOIL Arrival at New York City Explorer Stanley. of OVERJOYED TO MEET HIS FRIENDS, Cwt. Andaman Wale,,me* tbs Tarawa* Maw, and Mr. Stealer Replies Im a Tilting Knower--the Kspteeee Dee* bet WUU Ie apeek ut tbs Rear Owned Trouble* Im arrie* lair*# He Is Versed te l»« So— I’ ii It I ie R<-e#|, I toe. New Yogic, Nov. 7 —Til* big Teutonic, wit h H M. Bt an ley and party on boart, passed quarantine at 0 o'clock Thuraday morning, hilt tke fog wa* so dense (bat It took the tag litter tam bour* to come up the bey At quarantine, MaJ Pond, matt ager of titanic! 1 * tour. Col. Th muss a. Knox, KI ward Q dntard, and Col Findley And) raon, who wmla on The New Yu I Herald eeiit Mr Htaniey to Great* In .WM. and afterward to 8pain during lh*Carua! uprising In 107*1, and who alai led bim on b a first Af: iowa expedition to Mud Lie ingstone, want on friar I ani met Un* party. Mr. Hfeutoy was ave* J >ve>luirued bis fr ends, aud rap*#.-dir Col Arder* .a. A (Bises et tke Unite*! Male*. Oil. Anderson, ins brief aper ti, we|. Mr. Htaniey to America, lu t ply Mew York K-liinste*. New York, Mw. «-The lale«t estimates give the Democrats in the next boun# of re presell tail vee git aud the Hrpntdic in* IM. Kl MIKA, X. Y., Nor. T.—According to Die latest returns, Howe* H. Kook well, Dam., is alerta! to congress from th* J p.WIra you in Luo**. I a rut)-eighth district by lea* than ISO J re , ur „ fitr tUv , hrtJ , corned Mr. Findlay tai I: •Val. Anderson, I th mk yoR from my me rn I air* , p w „ r t | ur y OUP g, u g Wio -ma lo my h -nu# This U a far differ* it day from the a is tweet, -thr«*e year* ago when I stile I away Irmo lh* harbor «*f New York to re I arn delight*! Pi me for a visit to a S'!***; J* KepRblienoa, bo savor. ! ta-d „ Bd    Uj    B;id ! ,    J”*    S° r    am    deeply indeed. Al- nail plurniity. Th* district It com- t though I have t*»*n sbraat aa long, I am p-wcd of Chemung, heueca, Schuyler and * ctlisen of the Catted ti ates, you knee, Tompkins county. Tke t winier!(ret l.-cWletere. Ii ahi rutin Coon., Nov. 7.—The legislature *t in<l»: Senate, Republican* 8; Democrats Id; bouse. Republicans, IS*; Democrat* 1|7, with on* district to hear from. K. publican major tj ou taint ba. .ot, 0 or IR lbs toiigree*tonal delegates ar* a* fo lows:    Firat district, L wls riuerry, Dem; Hcrotid, W. F. W llco*. Dem.; third, Dim rice A. Bussell, II-p.; Fourth, Hultert K Derorreet, Dens. Tie leg is la tut* will have to settle the election of governor Mow It Went la VV ash I agt ow. RT ATTI*, Wash , Nov. I —Th# Poet In-tsllig. ntw states that acciwdiag lo the re* torn* and rat)mates from all tbs counties in lh* stat* received br that paper, WU. Si'ti, Bepubiu-ao, for congree* ha* a plurality of o,(XA) aud (Li mp a, for th* c*pt tol, 17,(AX) rn Jort'.y. Tniriy-ou# Bep;ibli-nan sia.e ssuatoni ara elsclad and ~ Democratic state ae u a toes with on* sow sty tied Th* assembly elands 73 Republicans and IS Dsmocrats BRUEGGEMAN BRO’s. Artistic Tailors and Clont’s I*'umish©rs. FALL AND WINTER SUITS NI Hilt* to Order Rf Price* LO WEH than any other Tailoring House In the City. Gaud Workman*)^* aud Perfect FU ClURrunteed. Call aud Examine Our Stock Before Baying Mere.,: QQl PIAS A ST, Luwks Like Msec Is ra Wes Rise Ie* Mi sx KA rot. it, Mina.. Nov. 7 -(Uturns from sixty six counties give Merriam, Hep., for governor 74 *<00 votes; Wilsoo’, D in., TO 0*3, and Gwen, Atlianee, 40,344. a plurality of 3,ag« for Marnam. It l.ioks aa if Merriam was elected. Th* Fifth congressional district is still In doubt. Castle, Dem , plurality over Balder, Hep , in the Fourth district Is 8trip, J,iuds, Mea. plurality ever Baker in tke Beennd is about I,*** Harris, Dem., he* 1,797 plurality over Bunnell, Hep., In th* First district. O. M Hail, Dam, has a safe majority over D K Hail, Hap, ta tbs Third district Tbs ali aoas will probe | l>:y bold tbs balau** of power lo tbs stat* legislature. Michigan !>•**sere!Ie by 10,0*#. DAT HOIT, Mick, Nov. 7.—It la safe to predict from late returns that tb* stat* is Democratic by IO OOO majority and that tb* legists*ore wilt be Democratic ou fusion rota with Patron* of Industry. I be Democrats elect congressmen lo the First, Fifth, hixth, He vc u th and Tenth districts; tbs Hi publicans in th* Third, Fourth and Kghtb. Tba RapubUoans tlaim tb* Eleventh district aud that th* Ninth is going In their favor, but tbs Democrats claim both districts as doubtful    _ (lee* Rice!lee In Colored*. DXN Vt* Cola. Nov. t—The official returns will be required to determine th* result af ti** election in this stain, Th* Democrat* claim tony bae* sleeted th* Mats treasurer, attorney genersi and superintendent of public instruction* The Republican* concede tb* treasurer and a large Democratic gam la th* assembly but not sufficient to fie* th* Democrat* a majority. Out of right representatives In this comity lbs Democrats claim six; kb* Republicans col lewd* four. Nearly Complete laws Returns. Dm Moi Pts, Iowa, Nov. T.-Nearly complete unofficial returns on s-cratary of eta Is, with a few aptutlea pirtly mutated, show tost Mc Karl sii.i. I Up., baa plurality of * lag. Th* reman.der of the state ticket ie probably divided, ae McFarland leads the ticket. Th* burnt non* gremlonal re*urns elect Henderson, Hep., Alliance Men la South Hah win. FT. Paul, Minn., Nev. 7.—I ti depend em aliiakoe i n/or ms ti rn from sixteen cord-ties in Hon th Dakota shows I .nock es, Ind., fur governor to bar# 3,00 plurality over Mellette, Rep, and Taylor. Dem. Che same returns elect ntucty-lwoailtaac* members of tbs legislature. Th* Republicans, however, claim to bav# elected their rtat* and congreraiooal tickets. I-webs MM lu* Ingalls. TarkKA, Kau. Nov. 7-The Republican central committee coo end es that th* opposition to Ingalls will have a majority in tbs legislature They also con sd* ti,* election of th* em ira Farmer*' alliance st ti* ticket, with th* possible except .on of governor and arx opposition congressmen W CwlKerwU. Bam FbA.vaauo, Nov. I—One thou sand sod ninety four proc iuds out of a total of 0.1VA in i he state, including 107 precinct* in 8*u Francisco, gives th# fob lowiag lauras* Mark •■am. Hp, for gov rruor, 83 010; Pan I, Dem . 73,0 ai .Markham's plurality IO,(MV Unit* a tuffs row#* la th* Pigwra*. Nan Youx Nor. 7 —lh# morning papers’ rail ma ra of tbs standing of th# next bim-# vary mmai.L-rabiy To,. Times a*. 11rnnt*** lh* majority of the Democrats at 15!, Tbs Herald utah#* It 131. fli# World Kl, The Bun 194 and Tho Tr.bune RA Wee# Virginia. Whkki.Ixo W. Va., Not. 7.—Tba Republican* concede a solid Democratic o. ag rara, ms! delegation. Pendleton carries tbs First 'listtlot by SJR Wilson, th* second by 1,300, Alderson th* third by I.0OQ, Cape Hart the Fourth by 4001 Nr bracks. IdycoLX, Nrk, N iv, 7.—Official flguree from two third* of th* counties In tba states tail leat* th* election of Pawers for guveruor by a tmsll majveity. McKinley Cwneedra MV* I is feat. T« i.ria», N iv. 7.—A Canton special say* Warwick'# elecUoa Is eooraied by McKinley b 9 4i. Want Through a I!ridge. SAU antonio, Tex. Noe.7 -At an early bour In th* morning a north bound freight train on tbs lutrruattonal aud Great Northern railroad fell through a bridge aero* Carnal river, near Braunfels. Tor first span of tbs st met urn ga#* way and the engine and three loaded cars were prs ct pit ated ta the water below, a distance of Aft* fee, fUagiimrr Hatty sad Fire mao .foam were mu badly burt fhgj »j, r y rill (lie World’# lair    mw eel Ksklbll. W Aalii Men IX iferr, Nov. T.—Th* board of mei.agement I v govet ament exhibits at th# World’# Columbian exhibition de term total at It* meeting Th or-lay to pro Jwst it# plan* upon a basis ut 11,00.(iou ag. pendtlure, exclude# of tim building or bul.dings, the oust of which t* limite,] by law to Wry.OOO It hee also determined to At th* mea.mum limit foe flour at TOU, LO J tquar • feet. space H!g Hiss* a* Huffs to. Durr ALO, N Y , Nev A - Th# well. rf*. valor, the largest in th* city, bas been to-'ally destroyed by Ara. Two ether large elevators and a number of adj .ming were mu*** wore sl-o bur ted, aud tbs fire spree I rapidly sioux the l .ke fo.nt. Th# Well* Vlev dor hod a rs'.udir of BURU0J UtskoiR Tbs lass w.a Karri I (eg ie# RU Fast. Bi W Yonk,Nov. 7 —ri gour 'ucid.tbe faster. begall a I at of fo' ty-flvc day# V' da). At 8:Wb* drank bis la«t glass (rf w.ar < cc. miaitjrlng a bes ny m.si, which be announced as his last nival until D c. tv. Medical rn SU ais watching the ra-usr COAL. Tim Fain ooh (Jllhnpie Soft COAL delivered at live minutes notice In any ot the city. Burna lo a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL In ult siy/58. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Qiiallly I nstirpassed, LUY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey & Mann 310 Belle street. THLKPHONK 84 AXD 21. and I am glad to frat tost I am a en ■ of lb s cojii'ry, but I must go and and* whenever and *.,»,v»*r duty a ti is me. Rara I sui again i.ack fr un tbs gloom af a country that was uracil unknown IO th* on* Uia. Is th# glory sod light of Ik# , world,* lh* Ussr Gear* Troubles. Mr. Hi sn ley wa* asked to say So mr I thing sUiut tbu rear guard troubles sad ■the stand t bt- Lafno p t.wrs have tskro 1 un it sines Air. Hist.ley * departure from 1 England. ‘*1 dc ut w lab to ray mush about it vat, sod fin vs not rood tho Ismrioo pa I per* cs re folly en nigh to espies# aa opinion.” bo raid “I oojvat to stir tho mat-I t#r up 11nyshi I am foread to do .a Tbs : lug baraka of tbs rear guard were si* m l j day by de) by tbs officers of tho day— Ii in Ie,ut, Berra, or Kingetoo—obit# la camp, together with tbs official rap ria of tm* oil.cola Tkl* I* tbs whole aff or in a* brief as p >raiiite, and ex pre •*#• my sunvtfiti a I am Jusuil# t by all in my censure* of ta rear guar I, orb lob was too mo*# of ibo attack iliad* upon me ta tbs book." st se ley*# Wife with Mira. With Mr. Stanley wm his wife, who wa* Durot.-y T.-uiiaot, the English artist; bel moi ber, Mrs Tennant. Ram ii ton Abl*, the dramatist, who will ac* rn hts t urtno af ib* tour, nod I soot. J. Moo ut e-t»*y J* peon, a fa (Of I is of hasntrn, IV# party siiierad two corr.ages and drove off I to the EveroAt house Toe formal racrp t un to Stanley will be beld at tb* Metro-poi.tau Opera boun* next Tuesday evened. Th* rvOvpuo.i co in mil toe c moist# of JKJ men prumiusut In art,Solontifl^aud life er.»ry eirc.ec Aw SO-Tsar-OI* Hteysllst. Ma*OX CtTI*. Iowa, Nev. 7.-Iowa is coming lo th* front as th* hoot( of oeto-tfetmriao athlete* Golf a year ago A. C Owe ., of this city. who bae pam*»l bis MI b year, challenged atty man lo tbs United Males of bi* agr to ran * flirty • red foot rara for 11, UUP * side. This never received a taker sod Owen bes with. drawn bis challenge. Now curara Dr L K Ii irfi. id of Algol!A n>- ir ug bi* OU it tulle-pus , who claims to bf the best aud fastest bn-) diet of bis *ge lo th# United frats* and issues a challenge to all cutu-petitot* ll* rides a safety and sp uds meet of bls (pare tim* on bis wheel, taktug lung rule. Into the cautery. lie is, without doubt, the olda-t men>ber of th* I ai agar of American Wheelmen. Three Pees eagers Rlllwg. Hen an Tux, FO., No*. 7.—A wrack occurred OO the New York, Ontario aud Western railroad Wednesday nt> polnl I nj tween ( artioodals and May Held. An engine trying to make a swii*ti crashed int* anither pamsnger traio. run slag at frill speed la tke op-jasti* ti i ive non. Th# augiarar aud fireman j a in ped sod war* *nly slightly burt. Char We Flntragaa, a a*a«t Hamel Burk* sad another, mm. unknown, all passengers, were killed, sod several nib sr* of tke passenger# injured. Minister Lincoln Arrie*# at New York. New Yr ire, Nor 7.-Among tb* p«>. wogsn who arrived her# Wednesday on (ba (teamer City of New York was Hex Robert T. Lincoln, Unit*! Hut** nim Lier to England. I be rem*ius of Master Abraham Un coin, th* eon of Minister Lincoln, »ra taken from th* City uf New York Thor# day murning aud erat west to Cbleogo. where they will bi Interred. Mr leu coin on returning from Chicano will visit Washington I of .re sailing tor England. t ou,wk. Sign# with the Rruwas. BT. IEM-'.s. Nov. 7.—Cepe. ('barie* Ca. mieky arr.rod from Chic (go at • a ut. and went ta til* affine at HporUrwei.’i park immediately, wher.* be bad a loug roofer* tutu with Ch rte You der Ab* and Georg* Mutt boo Tbs resail of the con ferenoe woe that Couiaky s'uck by bi* a;ra« Bloat of two areek* ago and Bigged a ruatrwet for on* yr*r with tbs Drown*. It I* uoder-tood ti>*l CoBitsky's salary next year with ta* Brown* win ii* pi,tm Th# Friee* ut Chara page*. NEW lout, Nov. T.—Tb# boul mea of this city met Tuesday and agreed apou lbs following schedule of pries# for champagne, to go Into effect at otic*; ]]* f pip a. 01; pint*, pf; quart-, 0. Tbs botel mr .I **» .hat (bay were forc-d to this stop on em caul tbs importer* putting up the wbo.ee*.# price. Tho Importers, lo their tun*, txcum the r anion by say lug ti.at b-y were fnroed to It by the operation *,f tb* McKinley aet. rieteteg in MI* Own Navhvhxe. Tina, Nov. I—Mr. Georg * Terry, of tne Terry Manufacturing eom-p uy a i ruminant ( itiasn, was shot and dortveruualr wounded In tbs parlor of hit residence, bf WtiiUm Bagios th* proprietor of a barber shop. Tbs shooting ;t#w oui of bu* Atom dtsagroemeoi THE OMAHA ’“<xE*Si»Wg u ' —Tllk ON Lf I’KUK KCI*— Combined CohI and Wood Cooking Stovo Mxdt. r ,_ M    KD'll    ’I    KMENT    And for ti^aiity af rialah ■meoMiBMs * opersuon. rn rn pi I city sad OuraMUty, idle s#e*s« Hun ama** Hoi# Agents, PITTS & HA IIT TTT. FALL SUITS. I AkHOW RKADT TO Fi KklMtl KVBRY MAN IV ALTOM WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, M AUK rp'ili LUTH* pihLKCTKD Kwl'kClALLT rom J PALL WEiAR. CV',’ IN Tllk MMT ntTUSH MANN KR, With. Perfect Fit, ANH At Figure# that will Please AU. H. O. G. Moritz. PALL GOODS! - A N( (TH 0K UriT Off CLOTHS, WORCESTERS ANO CASSI ME RES, 3 CWT EXC BIV gii ruff KA I. la WK AH. AJAO A nkS UNB Off Cloth for Overcoat# _  FON    PALL    AVD    WIVTffff. £. L. BOECKMANN. TMK MNKXX MV ITM Radiant Home, TDK MICK? II Alif! OUAL RABB HUBLER. Superior, mb m IAI rf ar terr (Ona ?tovk mal* mu IIL al VI .(URAM KL PUK MVI TK ABX II. A. HOFF! ANN, IOO End IQS E. SECOND ST

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