Tuesday, November 25, 1890

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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Alton, Illinois ALTON TELEGRAM IL VOLUME 30. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER SJL THS LATEST CRAZE: Explorer Stanley Makes Reply to Them. TIDD!,EDY WINKS. LETTE!! TO SIR FRANCIS DE WINTON. (A new and intervtt'ng Kame') THE POPULAR GAMS: HALMA. PotaeMes remarkably fascination for young and old. be happy, play “HALMA.” (If you would (ny ta* author of "Hanna.") It is equally interesting to children aa well aa adults and la learned to play in three minutes. ANABASIS The great Military Game ••Should be in .very family, We also carry in stock the ever popular Parches!!, Prog’Cftsive Angling, Table Croquet, Ring Tots, Improved Bagatelle, and a variety of other interea'ing and pleasing Board Gaines. Mr. St ani / Ex |> I mIi,« Wily IIM Opened Mr. #faai##oi»’a ll..a In Africa—It Wa* Kill. d with Aldeia* Puerto Unlit tor England W*M Kit nu,; Ii for Africa—Tk# Cl* plater Mow Drier in I nr <1 ta Tell Ilia Whole Story. New Voiik, Nor, 25.—A ipteltl from Hoaton to Th# Herald aajrt: Mr. HI miry tx KO indignant at th* persistent aasaatix upon hint by th* Hxrttelot and Jammou In in I Hex that ha baa reunited lo depart from the course which he had laid out and to lay bara the dreadful facta connected with the fate of the rearguard, deiuotiatr .ting ar the aam# time the truth of the only charge which ha baa made, that the failure of the roar column wa* due to the Indifference of Its riffler re aud to their viola!iou of hie written luatruo* Dom. The moat recent charge* ramie by Mr. Harry limiter, and Mid to have ae* canioned much oomment in London, are The My it orlon* Affair nu th Ile tug < lr.ired pp BT. Loru, Nov. 2& —(Hi the night of Dec 20, I HW, Amo* J. Still will, a wealthy aud prominent eitiaen of Hannibal Mo., WM murdered. Sunday night throe persons were taken into cuatudy charged with the or inn-. They are feather Dick, liertbn Mitier an i huuley Hedrick, all colored. Either I) ck «u anvilled in St. larato, Bertha Miller ie under arrest in Hannibal and Stanley Kendrick wa* captured in Peoria, Ilia. Amo# J Stillwell wa* brailled with an ax while lie lay In bcd I cai Ie bis wife aud three children. Mrs. Stillwell wax twenty yr a rn younger than her hatband and bove h rn three chtlren Mr* Stillwell did not live happily with her hatband, and but a few morning* before the murd r a disagree intra! between them at the hr# ik fast table grew into a quarrel. The Murderee* Illnw. But on the night of the murder they were on amieutde term*. She #ey* abe fell aaleep and wino lime lairr—«be did not know wit nu—ah# wa* aroti*ed by her btl'Land who mkt d: “Kit im ie. ie thet you!’ Hoe opened her eye* aud taw the litror** of a man with anna upralaed, bidding au ax. There wa* a whist ug noire aud the xx gratSd na It cruahed through the Ault of her bu*bend. Mr*. Sullivan *• d abe Urn ag Bt ah'! would be An Illinois Farmer Who Wants a Good Wife. THE INDUCEMENTS HE HOLDS OUT. that Mr. Stanley broke open the seals of    tin*    next lo die and ahs cov#i<*d her head of J# meson a box, took therefrom his prl*    fainted. A year l»t<r abe married vats papers and only gave thffin up when    Hrarn, * prowl dent physician AWA Puzzles! Puzzles! Puzzles! The LATENT, The BEST, The MOST PUZZLING! wrThe famous “GYPSY PUZZLE!” without doubt the most interesting and Ka*ci ta’ing Puxxleyet introduced Nolhiog like it. Must lie seen and tried to be appreciated. Only 15c. HKRK*8 ANOTHER, THE POCKET DERBY, A ncF Race Game for yopng and old, a fascinating aud exciting Game of chance. Only 10c. CHAS. J. DEGENHART, UKALKR IN Stationery, Picture Frames, Fancy Goods, Toys. IQI and 103, cor. Third and Piasa sts. Alton. Dr. Hearn, Meerg iii* Murder lammed. The testimony upon whieii the three prisoners w. re arrested wa* that of an old negro woman who aceupl* 1 . a room adjoining that of Kenriafc, aud who over I wa rd (be murder planned ami diacuased It is also bel ttvrd that Kuber Disk baa made a confession. Kenrirk aud the Miller woman deny ail knowledge of the crime. _ (lentil of m VV ell-Known Junraallat. Warhgotom Cirr. Nov lh -K W Tom, a well-kiia* a button* man an I J turnal-Isl. died suddenly la lith city at 4:40 o’clock Sunday afterooou of dropsy of th* heart. Mr. Fox was born Cd years ago in Milk N Y He wa* the first president of the St. I. tala l>-mr I of troda He wa* adeVgate from that holy loth* II ok nation «1 commercial e nv min# to IHM, and ho we. rn ids pre .J tent of thet • ik.i i  ......  _    ,    i    convent on, He wa# a Ile:>uIi .•.•an mem* Lilt. thai J«m#*oa w md not be able to | ^ n , tM    itl    ^ chairmen of th* eta tv H*p i hi .can exeou- threatened with a lawatilL In reply to this Mr. Stanley handed me a letter which he wrote Sir Franc!# IM Winton from Cairo, on March 5, I SSO, aud which ha* never before been published. A copy of it having loam made to London baa jest been sent to Mr. Stanley. Till* letter hi very long, but I copy all the important [portion*, which ar* a* follow#: *    Jmmelton'* Hoi. •On arriving at B&naly*. Aug. IT. IWB, I met Mr D nny, who told me that Lieut. Jo rut-#, iii had gone to Stanley Falla, a •even day*’ journey. Twelve days later a letter wa* ret et ted from him da md Aug. id, al al tug that he was going to Bengal*, MIO miles below, on the Conga Still imagining that be woald harry ofter us wt- took hi* box with ue up to Out. & Un tit at date, aa we were preparing to cro#s the river to the north bank, la order to I kitten the load- a rd a we wrre now cor- IF YOU NEED A BOTTLE OF Lotion for Chapped Hands, Good Cough 8yrup, Perfumed Cosmoline, A. Good Healing Salve, Nice Soap or Perfumery, OO TO MARSH S DRUG STORE ITS NO SECRET. That our STOCK la the MOST COMPLETE ever drought to Alton. We can show you Something New aa often as you call la: CARPETS: Tapestry,    Body Brussels Ingrain,    Art Square*, Rag or Hemp 13XT CURTAINS: Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier. IKT RUGrS: Fur .Coquette,    Smyrna A Oriental. Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats. Ladies like to tee the Newest and Finest in House Decorations. Barest way to see them is to Call frequently at our whether you wish to buy or not. A. J. HOWELL ovsrt ake us I ba I the box opened aud #aw that ii was Id rd with useful article*, well enough far Afrit a yet utterly unlit for Filmland; jet lf, In scooti*a»ct with my I letter of roc* 11 J am* •un, he should appear everything of value coaid he returned i to him. If ba should not to urn those w bo carn I might u <j th# trill.-* In the box, except a pack**t of tjooka, card cm**. etc , which I coveted with cloth, and I naked Mr. Bonny lo put hi* #*aJ ob it la my prcweuue, (The trader will recollect that J a me-un' death Lad occurred on the day waeu Stanley met Bonny at Bai.aly*. Opened    blair, “Nearly rn year later we were at th* Oolith end of I Ake Victoria, wheu we re-caved rn-w-pap*i clipping# mentioning j that H*i- ii.irttelol had written to Sir Franc!* De U mum in Octotair, u»7, that he wa* bound lo remain at Zambuyat until No waiter, and aa Mr. Bonny coaid give no renown why he aud bin officer# were bound to re rn am I opened J*me#oa’a diary, which we bad aealed. to had out. It la needle** to say that we foaud no rational reaxon for anything. I sealed th* din rive aa lie fore to deliver them to hi* widow on my arrival in London. All that I have ani l against J a utero u baa been in that general ovusure applied to ail the oft!cera ut the rear oui until, bat if (bey have any regard lur Jatueaou's memory I would advise (hem not to prow* toe to give my reasons for that ceti*ure. Al the very Goal they wilt explode the whole •e.-ret which I have wished to keep down. You ar* yonrwdf aware what Anted Karen has to say, aud what he did say. I am firmly per# a ade ii that ti la (rue, and own tie proved at very small expense. Will Tell IS* waul* aiery. ’i rewrote that chapter of my book six time*,” be sold. Softening it each lime, *o anxious was I lo keep th* story of Jam-buys Cr to geitlug out, but them relatives of Kart I# tot and Jamesou have draggtd befur* th* eyes of the world lh* brutality and the murder# which I would have let pass in that single arn leu ie. Al th i# diet once from the controverted time and pine*, nourished by good food sod (reed (rom the pres#nee of d.alurblug ateknia* I am ahi* to co baidar the subject dispassionately and shall toke sn early acca •ion for doing rn, I have not dart* I appear before an audience without manuscript, for fear that I should get carne*) away by my indignation.” Mr. Kinsley baa determined now to tell the whole story, and to hold the rear guard officer# up to the punishment at th* liar of public opinion, which they, In his opinion, richly deserve. Hie next lect me, which will ba In New York, Dec. A Will, in all probability, he the Urn* for this recital. He has so opinion to ex- I prone regarding the report that Ward, Troup aud ii amy are to be pmateuted for manslaughter. live co utilities iii in a, ant nirvv.o-' of ciliium-fir th Loma under the adm n.ra-tum ut i’re.ni* ll. lira.,I. 8 in*- IM* ne hoe been in ih * city « i' *gj,) part a f u,# time Ut join nail. t to w tk P T. Uni in. ut V# -yr III. IWP I#, f Pit it? Coon , Nov 2.Y — Votwth-•(anding report* to th- oontrar /, I*. T. liar it u:n la Mill a very #kk man and hts condition excite* lite alai rn of it.* family. O I) h * Immediate (fir ut* are admitted to bis p rear nee, and th *y are pledge I to keep secret t tie facia regarding th • t rue state of his bed tic RH table I of or. nation la, thervfore, ddfl-uli to obtain. He to •till rn *t. bod day and night Bk* a child, Dr. Hit»Ur>l remain* within e tar call. It may be i.id with certainty thai th* old » how mail’s day# avern to be drawing ton cloot. Fatal Kaaawa? Aveident. CWCIX*ATI, Nae. J*-While driving out on th* Alexandria Highland pike, back of Newport, Ky , Sunday afternoon, Mr*. Rotagpt Witt, bar two children, aged n anti 8, and Mina Jo#ie Holeran, a lady friend, wets thrown from tbs barouche. While descending a hill the hare* became frightened and ran into a fence, overturning th* vehicle, the occupants of which were aeriouaiy injured. Mr*. Wilt w a* tradiy bruised, bat not eeriun*ly burk Of th* rems it ng three there I# Utile hope of them surviving He Left ta# Camelry. Count, Mich., Not. A-ti A Mile* cam* ber* to teach school Ut .September Soon • tor Ic* of hie cruel tm«i men! bo-cant* our rent. The climax was capped Tuesday l>y bi* nffirdles# whipping of a 12-year-old girl. Th* girl’* father com-plained of bim fur aeaautt. Th# local justice Katunlay toed him III, and after the trial x crowd of cit)evil* promised bim a coat of tar and feat tier* if be was found In town In two hours He left. Aa Imp*.lout D*v«*!»a. .Minx i: An ilia Minn, Nov. A-A Winnipeg. Man., epee tai to Tn* Journal aa}#; The tit'ait important judgment trot given in Manito!** wa* delivered by Judge KiBair Monday against th* celebrated ap* peal of the Bornan Catholic, against au act panted by the taal legislature abolishing ar parole ach nota. The case will be appealed to England, aa th* Cat Iud lea will not ba Halloed until a decision is obtained there. Me Ow as a Geog Farm, Hoe More* * and earring** awd Peer H#rv«nts— A Kaw- Inchj Girl Khim Away with Mer Karmei Sweetheart and Marrte* Him —A Had Break for Liberty Mag* by rn Convict — Telegrapbl* Melange. New Yoke. No*. St. -Superintendent Weber at the barge offio# received a matrimonial letter from Ottawa, Ilia., Saturday. It was signed by Peter Miller, wrho ‘ays that he to a young German farmer, looking for rn life paltrier. Miller offer# os Inducements that he has a hornet with six room*, owns tiro horses and a carriage, has four mr van is. lives within a few railes of a town that to mat# of ten churches, (Iv* glass factories, and on* Olean factory, and that be never emok-e, ct:# ws, cirl I ks, nor ga rn idea Ho wants a German woman and be does not cate whether slur ie a Christian or an lo Adel. ti*# foil Ie the Hank. Miller iv Ids ma rn postscript (hat he has con Bde roble money to his credit in the bank. Supt. Weber put th# Uttar on the bulletin board in th* rotunda of the barge r mc# Minder, Ju-t aa tbs pa**#nger* of tile German steamer (iellsrt were being Ion ie I It was written In a plain, boat hand. K verai buxom young !*•-#** read It with eel text interest and made inquiries concerning ik They were ail willing to em brace the offer, bot wanted to knpw a little ncre ahint Miller before they sc-Ce pi rd hie proffer. I Ua.td. One ThoMSMHil Veits Did Net Ktl^tflm. LAX Fkascixoo, Nov. Eft — L W. Margin, while re|utiring % wire ow Kearney street, received the fall force of I,UUU voile of electricity. The wire, from which ■Morgan bung by his hail to, was forty-three feet from the ground, and it was I not until th# wire was cut that he dropped unconscious in tile arms of a rescuer.who brought hint safely to the ground. The palin* of Morgan'* ha . to were burn* I to tit# bour, *n I afu-r regaining < • i -clou*-nee* he suff<-r«d itilen aly. Morgan wi'l pr'hihly r c »v#r. t carl ii dad ta Klal*h the deb. Fun DV, Md, N.V, 25 —Dr. Joeeph lank formerly a proc ic physician of this county, and a resident of la wiaville, Ka. lur th# p**t twelve year*, omnium* I ettlehl* Friday night. Let had been drinking heavily an I wa* ju«l recover-lug from a tong c >ut n ted spree Ii hi rn take for soto* qui# log drug he took a dose ut carbolic acid, and when he realised bis error he took another dose n ib th# remark. "Well, 1’v* fixed my * f now, sure.” A few minute* later ha dropped dead A Mae Wha Thicks Me Is Dead. Wilxksbakri, IV. Nev. tv.—John a Farrell, *A-aupsrtnt#u lent of the WU a*#-barre Water company, to afflated with rn peculiar mania He ha* not eaten a morsel of food for two weeks, Insisting that he I* dead and due* not req ut tv food Mr. Farrell’# health ha* ben fail• ag tor rn uumtorr ut years. The physician# here or* puxxlcd over the case. A Delible Klepemeat. I A lox, W, Va, Nov. .’5 —John W. Me* Cornxack and Wliliam Kerehner, farmer#, having large (am it lea, -loped Friday night, th* former with lVuiiu* Kame*, aged Ii, aud Iks Utter aith Supreme I tai urn, her sister, aged Ut The abandoned wive* and children are left deoti- ' Ute COAL. The Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice iii any of the city. Burns to a Clear Gray Ash, no Clinkers or Cinders. Best Soft Coal In the West. HARD COAL In all sizes. Delivered at Lowest Market Prices. Duality Unsurpassed, BUI NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE. Dorsey &; Mann 310 Belle street. TKJjKPI ION K 84 ANO 21. THE OMAHA FOR BURNING COAL, CORK OR WOOD. -TOK OX LY PKgriCCT- J and Wood Cooking IT HAS git Kl IIOIiKKX I MPH 'VK MI ST. Ami fur of CMMny. rerf«*’Uun of operation, atmptlelty and Imrabiiity Preeminent Combined Coal Stove Made. And for iieauty cf rialsh, •aouHiaeee , this I Klegant Xtove Stands Bole Get A beet Whet Me Deserved. Kaxkas City, Mo., Nov. is Fur some tim# a we in en uainvi IM via crippled, infirm, and •lightly ii moated, has town Bv luff near Caddo, I. T.. with a mao whue# nam# ah* refuses do dtoctun* The couple had never marrnk aud Katurday the wi tnau drmandrU fihat the mao have the err#in*my performed, threatening him with death if be refused. The man pu ked up a siica aud began beating her establish anent, wt \ b “ ^ > a ahutguu and nr#d at close range, blow < mg off the man’s head. Killed MI* Wife sad Child. FAIX VIIXX Ala, Nov. aff—Dr A. M. I Turner, an «i-picBitor of the togtolai urn, Sunday night choked hie wife and little The Asphyxiated by Os*. CHK AO I, Nov. aff—Th* coroner wax notified Monday morning that a servant girl hat been asphyxiated at Aft (Eighteenth-lien during the night. Her nam* waM Dora Knopo, and she worked far Henry Altman. Dom was 10 year* old. The family louud ber dead body at lith o'clock Monday morning. The gas ens escaping in volumsa, and the polo# ihmk the caae one of a< indent, Small Petosrrs Mill Suff r. Alma, Kau., Nov. 2ff-Tte rnwt National bank of this cli) closed its door# Saiunlay. and will go into i quidatioa. The failure was canard by depmdation of mortgagee upon which the bauk hod loaned money, lh* Bald I lf ie* ar* about pa>,fix), sad lh* o**ets small The dopoa-it r# ar** mostly small farmers who can ll I-afford to toe* the money. Caid Weather Ie the Oast. Albany, N. Y., Nov Ko. —Monday was Ut* ooldeel day of th* seaaou, the ther- da.ighier to death. The doctor ha. in toe m om*u*r .landing at 14 degrw* abura k .. ie. ekes aa# I ll Wk    ’■ i.a    ak I t    i    .    *    a    .    .    « TNK FIMKX? ilk Al AK been in an asylum The child raise I an alarm before being killed, and when cill-ioens rushed in they found lh* doctor in a fr*u/>, Hr declared lbs . his wife hod tried to kill bim and that be acted In self* defense tffrou.ii ml. Radiant Home, TUA BfcftT U AUD Goal BA VK III KDKU. luro. Very cold weather to also reporter! elsewhere iu New York aud New Kng laud. Th* canal is (morn fast. There U three fast of enow at Hotderlwrg mo un tain, just south of Albany, and good sleighing. Supe nor. Hr mom i'guyrot (<">k xtovl madk ring it Af 'k* U AKI!ANTEil KOK I IYK YI. tits. H. A. HOF FR A IN, IOO god toff E. NEOOND HT Keetaehy Miners urn Sir lh*, box Khaki, Ky , Nov. 2ft —The miners a1 th* Bsirvn Fork Cos I mines, nutu lowing KIU, ar* on sink*. They demanded an I* croak* af lh cools par tov wk aa tho company refused to pay. threw down their tools work. I ho cmimisaary baa b-en locked aga mat th* mtffera, and they have been refused aoytmug co eat. Pailar* en th* Stuck Ksehsag* NX* Youa Nov. aff— Kl ward Brandon's (Adure wa* sunoune#*! on (he stock •xchauue a: B’ ftO o't luck Munday morn• mg ii - bas beau a mouther slue* ififtx. A < M«*r*h*ed Vessel Beiswd. QrIBP*. Nov. 2ft —Th* schooner Water fly, with y.ii,IW0 worth of smuggled whisky oo board, wha sola*! in tho river by ens toras offiovnt A number ut ut ii r contra* Ti ft    top *n t lief    band veewle# are reported ll its liver on an *    re    used    to    the way up lo thi* pure, aud alii probably be ail cajAurmi. l id* illicit ira ie he# m»-auassd large proportions. lf n*l DI* by Kiaetrteitjr. WasbiauTux (JITV, Nov. KS.-In tbs Jagigooas, the #us»rems court of (ha Un•»i*i P <■#. h *. .rftf iu ’ i in* decision of th* New York e art that Jugtgo bo executed by v.i itrk tty. Safely Weathered th* Raw. Niw York, Nov. 'A-Tho rum on th* CIL acus' .Cavings bank herr, which losiwi six days, la practically over. Th* wrvicsra f lite polite ar* no it niger necessary, aud M <uday (aormug there were only ai oat fifty deposit or* who called fur their money. Nome of the Aret depot Hor* who drew out their money, tho amouli » »f which were very *m*N, warned lo r#»top>*it, bcd the toiak offi ciai* *)ec I nod to have aa y I hi na in ti* lo do w ith them on the gnu id that (hay wen among those who inav gurated th* IrouUa.    , Five Paisan* Killed. Lot’if VIIXX, K)., Nov. -**A—Tho war* house of (be i'tossure Ridge diatidery. sliuatetl on the C ..e*ap.**k# and Ohio railroad sd rat #igbt mibs from bare, col. I a (wed Mood *y morning, kitting five av u Horns* itothelies Ta to* Prosecuted. Halt ip ma Md., Nov KS—Hunday evening a oacrod concert woo given at Harris Academy of Music for tho benefit of Bt. Jamas’ (ti rn ho < acholic) Horn* for H ifs. H undred* of itokcte went sold aa I an nouniemmt was made Huuday from each Rum.rn C choile pulpit in this oily where tick# v coaid toe pun hosed. As paid entertain moots have uevor boon per* rn tied tx pf on rare oocaeoos, the police off! isis simply notified the manager* of ILI- alia r lust it wo Bd be unlawful and I Hat they WO th! present it to the grand jury and make a leat roo# of ll hell (ar Breach af Pawl reef. Ll TY Lh Hoi*, Ark., Nov. Iff—The Key* stone M-mgsix - aud Iron • oiupaay have '•asgun suit at La'eevBla, Ark, against 8. Lipiism and Willtam Ltn*iein, of Bt. tora •, for MW OU© for liffeaoh of contract in lense* of Miintu it property in ais by defendant* to plant ilia Th* Keystone company is th# largost mining corp ira. lion in the -t ile I he preehienl la Thee-dor* C. Hales, of Worcester, Mass ; vita pre-Wo I, ti,-urge VV Gregory, ut Bust on, aud tmuttrif, Atoxaudar MUne, af New Yolk. lr,lug De, Kiteh's Pare. Kavhi* OTT, Mo, Nov 2ft—Dr. Tri tx Hearn, of this city, last Thursday receive I (rom Berlin some of Dr. Koch’s alleged life-giving virus and inoculated 8. T. Au.tm. of K*a»aaCity, Kau., a man in an advanced stage of ootuurapiioa who had given up ail hope of Ufo. The case to leuig watch# I with a great deal of interest by lite uh dicot fraternity here, Dr, ttouui has received numerous telegrams asking him for lr stmsut aud has cabled for more of th* I) mph. Killed Darin* a Hailstorm. ALBI <gl tu.qi X, N M., Nov. aft-Word ' has bren leoeived from Bevcn Lakes, la lb* G I Lias mouutaiut, Lim ' rn county, that lour sheep herder# wore killed recently fry a Lei .storm. Bixteeu ut ii* re sad I,rob bead vt sheep are mtosiug. Tbs meoaeliger says that it was tho oeviraxi haitotorro ever known in (tot rn "in tai us. PITTS & HAMILL, I FALL BUITS. I AM BOUT UK A in TU rrRXHtH AV KUY MAM IN ALTUN WITH A SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES, MADK VV'rn LOTH# IhKLKCTKD KAP**tally rot PALI# WE A R. CT. IX TMK MOOT STY LIAM MANNEH, With. Perfect -n—|AJfD —c— At Figures ■ t lint will Please AU. H. C. Gr. Moritz. Julius H. Raible Rectifier, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in WINES AND LIQUORS. lUying rrmoved my Busine** to my uew building between Pitta and Belle Streets, I shill devote my lo lit* No. 116 Fourth, entire iltcutioa WHOLESALE SALES Of all kind* af Wines and Liquor*, where nil DEALERS will ti-1 I* lo their liiU*i#*t lo l'tm-bAhe U»etr Nupjilies at Strictly Wholesale Prices. The Largest and Molt Select Stock O' Fine WINES and LIQUORS ever brought lo this Cliv- ou Manti, —a id a complete Batlliog Depsrft* niffnt l-xiai>iiriic*l. Call and Enamine. InliiiQ H Raihia 116 Fourth ’ bet JUIIUo n. ndlUlu,Belle and Piasa sts FALL GOODS! AMOTHKU UVT OW CLOTHS, WORCESTERS CASSIMERES, Aff KicaivkD rue AND Ala lg WK A H. ALBU A UNK UNK Off Cloth for Overcoat FOK YAU- AXD AT NT KH. E. L. BORCKMANN.

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