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   Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Alton, Illinois                                 ALTON BAILY TELEGRAPH.  VOLUME OO.  ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER IS. 1890.  KIGHT TO THE FRONT I awn  Ahead of. all Competition, aorted stock of  place our COMPLETE and well  as-  HOLIDAY G-OOD8  COMPLETE IN ASSORTMENT !  SPLENDID IN QUALITY I  OVERFLOWING WITH GENEROUS BARGAINS!  Mr STATIONKNY—W» have turps*-<x1 ult pmioui effort*, and ask ever* rcirtor  UK JHI) K iV'u ii * IIH??! D PKN f!. I* I?*Vi “* ^ ‘ • S" r * * V a “  S L’"’ 1 " 1     to our nile PEN  Hoi.i>kh ann t.oi.u i pm Tor ladle* **c»id i v*-,rjwtu-r- for DM ami ta. our price 61.42.  *#* Bt.OKa-Standard Work*, ll.uidayGift B-ok-., .Juvenile Book*; Booklet,, etc etc  DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLL BUGGIES!  Boy Kills Himself in His ployer's Office.  Em-  the body discoveredstark naked  We effer the bott quality full Meed, t.nods at fewest Price*. 1  In china, wax, amenable, bisque, Jointed, rubber. patent, <lr*i»ed kid txsly amt musical dolt*, Don't fall to *ee this nae.  TOYS.  latent twinging and Shoo-HJT bors-e*. nanus, Wash Aet*, Tea and Dinner Set*. Murk (OMI saw, Tool ('heat*, Ma*n lantern*. Tin Toy*,Iron Toy Wheel Harrow Tot Belk* and Ta tile*, Cart* and Ex pre** Wagon#, Toy Trunk*. Toy Mu •leal Instrument#, et*,, etc.  XMAS  T- R-!E ORNAMENTS.  E  Piu*h Bird*, Garland Mots,  Paper Ornament*, (.la** Uuipi, Candle Holders,  Candiel,  Tree Holders,  md some forty * r nor* different de i n* of ire® or-lament*.  mr-t AMOT AND Pl.I nu i.«iud- Photograph Unum , we handle no trash,) Auto-  Ira pbx, Work Stun I* and llaskets, Plcfura I    t    aud’*    N4*.    brasil and Comb Sets,  treating ( ase*.. Manicure net*, shaving Sets, Infant set*.Trave er’* Brecslng ase*, Collar aud Cuff Box**, Cigar Case#, Hora Go id* Perfume Ca***, Hiiell IVX**, etc., etc.  X MAH AMD NEA TK MC* CA KBH, IDIOM.KT*. Ac—The moat complete and elegant Ina ever sh own In Alton, and at Price* thai w JI mike competition weary, (all and see or your**Al,  ae-1.,  etal, et®  JI PH of all kinds Including Ho p pillar llaluia, An<iba*i«, I: isillnda, Parch-etc.  ALL SORTS,  Music Bdb-ss playing I, a 4, f and a air*, Violin and Guitar strings, lr,  Accordeon*, Ha* mon Ice *, Prayer bott* ttcturebooks Schools Hup  Paw, Tissue apers a I » ■hades rim (tort**! and Dotal stir. ic.  Ac., Ac . Ac., Ac., Ac  A Chicago Youth Writes an Inroherrst Bodiment Mf IA “My Win** and Then Hends h Mullet Through Ills Body—A t •tang (Brl Confesses to larantielde— ■Attempt to Hob a Poor Boa—-A Corrupt ' 'liege Council—Hither Crimea, t J! ii'.too, lier. IS.—Frederick Martell, an oilier boy IS yearn of age, employed by i-uwyrr Woodbury in room 64 of Hie Reaper block, allot himself dead Wednesday morning. The boy lived with his mother and slater at 141 Osgood street. The c ane in a moat peculiar on*. When Mr. Woodbury entered his office Wednesday morning he fun rn I the entirely nude body of tile boy stretched out on the floor an ugly hole in his breast The bullet, of 3$*cal iller, had gone entirely through his body and death must have bren in-I H ant aurous or nearly so. The boy left an I ne*, i * «»*} ut document entitled “My Will,” In ii he disposed of his clothes and some ama]I articles of jewelry, dividing them between a boy churn anil a sister, Maggie Martell. The bel also thanked Mr. ’* oodfourjr for hia kind treatment.  He Was Probably Insane.  'I be lawyer is Mine what at a lorn to a*  | collut for the boy’s ad He navi the lad UMI some trouble with one of his mother’s la larders and tills seemed to prey on hi*  I mind. There WO* also an inti mat km that unrequited love hod something to do with the affa r. It la thought the boy was insane w hen he committed the deed. In a note the lioy express*-*! a hop* that Ida Md eau of the Holden Avenue Presbyterian church might nurse him lf be dbl uot die at once of his wound The lad’s sister came to the office Wednesday morning to inquire the cause of her brother’* absence and almost fainted when told of his fate.  teen I ta Ii »ns charged with the assassins Hon of Chief of Police Hen noisy, that the indict 'lieut* he quashed on the grounds of prejudice of two members of the grand Jury which found the indictments, and also upon insufficient evidence. Argument on the motion was set for Dec. “JU.  Military at Daly's Rarich May Be Attacked.  to Have Untilled a Widow.  Riot;* CHT, Iowa, Dec. la-Edward L Bradbury, a stockman who la well kuown here, bas been arrested on a charge of grand larceny, in that be had secured (ti,-•KIO from a willow named lamina I*»*w is living in .Minneapolis for investment in a company that promised good returns The warrant was sworn to by Mr. Hatch, who came here to get a settlement and who now says the prosecution will be dropped if Bradbury will -quam up, which so far he has declined to do.  ARE READY FOR AN ENGAGEMENT.  ®*~ Select your HOLIDAY GOODS  now! Don’t wait 'till th  and remember we will lay aside for  uture (I# livery any goods now  Des! I* Rather Than Arrest.  CHK ago, Dec. IK—Robert Baker, a bookkeeper, shot and instantly killed him-■elf at his home, SB Marshfield avenue, at lo o'clock W* dm.-day morning. A con stable bad just read to linker a warrant for bis arrest on a charge of em la-xxlement, lait moment when he went to his bedroom aud com nutted suicide before the corn* is hie could atop him.  tibet Herself Fatally.  Chicago, Dec IS.— 1 The wife. of K. A. Mulford, the well kuown Clark street ticket broker, shot herself with suicidal intent .Monday afternoon and, It Is thought, can not recover. Mrs. Mulford was de apotnient owing to long 'out trined ill health.  A merry Xman once again And you shall lim?# it, one and alb If you will look over our stock.  And heed our urgent call;  For nil that'* flue in the Holiday line, You'll sooner or later discover Can be had by one and all If you look our stock over.  la  CHAS. J. DEGENHART,  101 and 103 cor- Third and Pinna Hts, Alton.  FOR HARD TIMES.  A it BOX COUGH DROPS  I0o BOTTLE OOI OH SYRUP.  10c BOX FACE POWDER.  10c BOTTLE COLOGNE.  10c PACKAGE SEIDLITZ POWDER. lOe BOX GOOD LIVER PILLO.  10c BOX GOOD SALVE.  . -o~ AT O—  MARSH'S DRUG STORE:  ALTON AND UPPER ALTON,  ITS NO SECRET.  THE CRIMINAL CALENDAR.  The Mswtell Murder Case.  Great Falla, N. IL, Dec. lA-The Jury I in the Sartell murder case started from Dover for Rochester at s o'clock Wedne* day morning ami will view the scenes of I the tragedy in Rochester, East Rochester and I sd aim in. Me. They were accompanied by the deputy sheriffs of the chiunty, Attorney Kivel and lawyer Kdgerly, who atone will have communication with them, loaac Haw tell, (he prisoner, goes with them and will he tuken to all points within the New Hampshire Hue which the Jury visits, but he will md la- allowed to pea* into the state of Maine, which is beyond the jurisdiction of the sheriff.  Meanest Kind of a Thief.  Prrrswao. Pa, Dec. 16—Tbs Rev. Father Kauffmaim, of the Manchester German Catholic church, Alleghany, raptured William Robinson, of Cincinnati, in the act of robbing tbs poor-box of the church. Th* priest had just concluded mans, when he not ired Robinson, who when approached pretended to be sayiug bis tieads. At bls feet lay a screw driver. ami without further ado the reverend father seised him and sent for the pol ice. The prisoner had a jimmy, about Kl) keys.  revolver, aud a hand billy, which was considered sufficient evidence to send him to jail in default of Ii,UUU bail.  left l ader a (“load.  Portland, Ore., Dec. 18-W. H. Kennedy, who for Mime time has been acting passenger agent for the Chicago, Burlington mid (Quincy road in this city, has left Portland under very peculiar circumstances. lie hsd issued s number of fraudulent checks and received the money thereon, He left with a woman of doubtful reputation, and leaves a wife mid two children. Kennedy came lier* from San Franciaco a few years ago.  Noland Try tax ta Wriggle Out.  St. I/H’ts, Dec. lh—In the circuit court of Jeff, nom C ity Tuesday Attorney Pop* filed two motion* to quash the indictment* in the emhexslemeiit cases against Ex-Ktate Treasurer Noland. Judge Davidson, on behalf of the state, asked for a day in which to examine the motions. This was allowed by the court and adjournment was taken.  A reuse Tach Other of Murder.  Lake Ch a RLD), let., Dec. lh—Th* negro, Bill Dial, has made a confession of the horrible murder on a freight train of Peter Fretu, but says the other negro under am-*t, t barley Long, struck th# fatal blow. Each negro say* the ot her hoarded the tram at Orange, Tex., with the iron bar with which Fretu was killed. Both accuse the other of the murder.  K KOK UK, Iowa, Dec. 18.—A serious cutting affray took place ou the St. Guilt train leaving this city at IO a rn. between member-* of the Carleton Opera cum (xiii y. It was a drunken dispute. One of them stashed another in the throat and breast with a knits. Several were wounded, muser iou sly, but no naut** ar* obtainable.  A County Treasurer Short.  Centralia, Mo., iv*, lh.—It ha* liven  discovered tlist J. (V Gillespy, treasurer of Boone count) , is short over    He  has made over his property to hi* bonds-Uten to mw tire them  NOT DIVIDED BY DEATH.  That our STOCK is tbs MOST Ws mo show you Something New i  COMPLETE ever urought is often as you call in:  to Alton.  CARPETS:  Tapestry,    Body    Brussel!)  Ingrain,    Art Squares,  Rag or Hemp.  IN CURTAmS:  Dado or Plain,    Lace or Portier.  IN RUGS:  Fur Moquette,    .nj    rim    A Oriental.  Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Wire and Cocoa Mats.  Ladies like to see the Newest and Finest in House Decor* ti owl The Easiest way to se** them is to Coll frequently at our establishment, whether you wish to buy or not.  A. J. HOWELL.  FALL BTJITB.  I AM NOW MADY TO fl'KXPdl IVERY MAN IM ALTOM WITH A  SUPERIOR SUIT OF CLOTHES,  MADE ri'*M .'LOTUS ISE LETTED ESPECIALLY POE  PAIjL. WE A FL.  mr; in the moot stylish manner,  Witb. Perfect Pit,  -HO— AWD ~0-  At Figures I lint will IMcanc All-  H.C. U. Montz.  Clark xii nu 1*1 He Mad* tv Sutter.  Monticello, Ilia, Dec 18.—Th* body of an infant wa-- found Tuesday in the vault at tim home of Mrs. Louisa Kila. Kills Bishop acknowledged it to bs hers, and that site had thrown it there to hide her shame. Miss Bishop, who hi only IS years old, say* she was taken to Dakota by Carrington ('lark, who had reared ber •inc* she was ‘J years old, and that he ruined lier. lie la an old man, who formerly lived at Mansfield, Piatt county, where Miss Bishop's fat lier resides. Clark will be brought bark here and mad* to answer to the charge.  Me Hefted Arrest.  Urbana, 111*., Dec. IE—J, G. Wa1 lack was tried in a justice’s court hors Tuesday ou the charge of shooting two young men who were trespassing on his property. Ile wa* held in Is ads to await the action of the grand jury. As soon as the just ic* had pronoun- rd bis sentence Wa!lack pulled out two revolvers and defied any man in th* court room to interfere with him. He then walked out of the court room, and, ait bough pursued, hoe not yet been captured.  I* ll “Jsek the Hugger?”  Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Dec. ii.—John Harden was arrested Tuesday morning shortly after robbing a ben roost When his pockets were Mean lied a set of burglars' tool-* and a revolver were found, He answers exactly the description of “Jack the Hugger," w Uncreated such a eenaatioa by embracing a number of ladies bere recently. He wa** bound over to await the action of the grand jury.  saloon Keepers as PallrraiM.  Green Isle. Mina., Dec. IS.-AU th* members of tbs village council were indicted st the recent session of the grand Jury. The village has had seven saloon*, and to enable the proprietors to pay th* License of EU) per year the council gem r* ously employed them a* policemen at a •alar)' of each, their dr y I -tug to watch their own saloons.  (lea (sure# to Heath.  Ironton, Dec. 16—At midnight Tuesday night the jury found John Henry Orrick guilty of the murder of Hiram Ai atis# at Irad’a Hill, Mn , on July Ii, I nos. Judge Thomas sent en- od Orrick to be hanged on Friday, Feb. iff, I KH.  TK* Italian 4 was* la Mew Orlsssi.  New Orleans, Dec. it—A motion was mode Tuesday by tbs counsel of the tigh-  Eunsrst st Christ Church, New York. uf Mrs. Nuble sad Daughter.  New Yore, Dec. 16—Christ church, on Bedford avenue, near Division avenue, was the wen* of a double funeral at I o’clock Tuesday afternoon, when the last sad rites were said over the bodies of Mr*. Mary 8. Noble and ber daughter, Mrs. Sarah Noble Underhill, widow and (laugh tar of ex-Governor G. ll. Noble, of Wisconsin. Governor Noble, it will be remembered, fell down the steps of hie mtideQre, SIS Hoes street, while Muttering with apoplexy, and died a few days afterward. The death of Mr*. Noble and Mrs. Underhill within a few hours of each other on Sunday morning last removes three members of the Noble family In two months.  Will Hr Laid Bsaids Mer Husband.  The cortege reached the church at a few minutes before I o'clock and the coffins were placed side by ride facing the altar. They were almost bidden with the choke*# flower" and were of solid cedar wood, covered with black cloth. The handles were of solid silver, and the date of the births aud death* engraved on silver plates At the conclusion of the services the cortege proceeded to Greenwood, where the body of Mr*. Underhill was interred in the family lot. Mrs. Noble's body wa* temporarily placed In a receiving vault. As soon as ber son returns from the west the body will be removed to Westfield, where Governor Noble was interred, and til* two coffin* will iw placed ride by ride. Mrs. Noble was 6& years old, while ber daughter was in the 31st year of her age.  Trouble In rn (“ntholie Church,  Marshall. Ilia., Dec, IS.—For sometime there ha* bren a disposition on the part of a number of members of the Uatholio church of this city to have the priest, Fa tbrr Kuhlmsn, removed from the charge. On Sabbath Ism! be attacked two or three mein be--’* of the church from the pulpit during morning service Two or three of the attacked parti**, with their families, left the church There have been serious charges made agalma Father Kubiman. What the outcome will be remains to be seen Home of the must prominent members of the church have not attended services for years co hi* account.  Fuar Miners Milled.  Wi LE ESH a BKK. Ba, Dec. 16—Four Hungarian miners were killed by a fall of coal In th* mines near Hasleton. They were unmarried The Inhigb Valley Coal com* patty have resumed operations at all ibid? ct Iii**rte*, which have been dosed for some time past This will cause the employment of many thousands of persons  Toppled Over un th* Boy*.  FoiXTAIX City. WU., Duo. It—At Milton four sons of Xavier Hurd were haul-ioE a tank of water for some well driller* when, tho ugh some accident, the tank tipped over upon the boys, Three of theta es- aped with slight injuries The fourth, aged 14. was killed, bls neck being broken and his skull crushed  Hie* His Sweetheart's Mend tiff.  Nashville. Tean., Dec. is—While pre paring his gun to go hunting Tuesday, Henry Bond 'colored) shot and killed Mincers Wintry, whom Bond wasengsged to marry Th* heavy charge of s.iutii shot at a clos-- range I lie rally blew away th* hack of lier head and boas id the skull  Had to Fay lh* That Ops* switch.  Bosn!. Dec 16—In the esse cd John T, j Coom!** vs. the Fitchburg Foilr<- id coat*  Buy, the Jury Ttumlay aw* -VI Coombs OOO. Coom Le was a freigut brake mao and wa* struck by a ear and crippled for life The accident wa* due to an open switch    _____  Many Thousand Mss 6*4 |u Work.  Wit KES ii A KUK, Ba, lier UL—Ail th* ool-Ueries in this region operated by the Lehigh Valley ('uni < oiupsuy, that have been idle far some ti mr, returned operation* Tm-* day. This girns employment to | many thousand mea and boys.  The Hostile Intl tans Bet th# Urns* on Fire as a signal far rn Hatt> and the liny* la Mine Make Preparations Sn Heeetve Them—A Nlntement of Du (Tato HIU Denied ky ItaperinteiMlent Pratt, of the Indian School st Carlisle, Pa.  ID NA'ER, Colo., Dec. 16—A special to The News by courier from Daly’* Rauch, B. IE., says: "Things have about rescind a cri-is here. Indians are seen in all directions, and we are prepared for an vugs ;em<nt any mon t nt. Pickets bat# been thrown out aud report swing a number of Indiana Bronte report that »# would be attacked, and that the signal would be the -etting tire to the grass. The grana has bren aet ou fire, aud a number of ranches are seen burning. They may out attack our camp till night or to morrow morning A rancher reports a vei a1 white men kilted on the Cheyenne river.  Will Attack the IikIIan*.  “At do) it, bt a government con (der came Ii with g dispatch from Gen. Brooke, th* purport of which was that we should cover the D« sdwi»‘l sud Cbaml erlsln road to the east of Cheyenne. Thi-i will prevent In# escape of any hrs*!lies to the north. The .seventh regiment of cavalrymen will be ta ut tig (iii g the Indians to morrow. An attack is to Is- made on the Indians aa soon os pow*Rile, aa a decisive more la imperative, and it It* prob iMe that all th* hostiles will beannihiiated.  minforrrsD-sta lambed For,  “A squnw man report* IOO hostiles mewing toward our cm t p. We are l‘J6 strong, but have good puedion, aud can shell them with the Hotchkiss guns, which are very ii*—*t met ire. We are informed that ae w-,11 have rein force me ti ta this evening of four more troops, which wit! make tbs company JOO strong. It is understood that Gen. Carr will leare Rapid City to-day with four more troops, which will be a double i<inforr*nt*ut. M   INDIAN PUP.lT LOYAL.  ftaperlntemtenl Pratt Takes Kseeptlea to t enets statement*.  Carlisle, I’*., D c, in.--Superintendent Pratt of the indian achoo} bere in an in lerview, took e seep!ion to the statement* of Buffalo Biti, contained In a chicago do patch to tile effect that Buffalo BUl's Indians have all brett loyal to the government, while many of th* pupil* of the Carlisle M'h<«d ar*- among the buat ilea. Mr. Pratt said he Was in constant communication with former pupils now In the far w est, and tins learned of but two who have joined the boride*. On the other baud, ha gave in*t*n<•*■# and names of those who had re"isiQed loyal to th* government, notably the c«»se of <in> Bolt, who la now an Indian seoul empl *y> .J by the govern-| "lent aud who has remained loyal, though his parents are on the w arpath W anted Sitting Hull fur His Owl I se.  A deiegstton of the Indian boys at the school coiled on ('apt Pratt Tuesday and i aahed permission to use their own earnings in going h *tne to induct their re la I Uvas and friends to remain true to the j government The captain alleges that I Buffalo BUl’s chief purims* is hts recent I attempt to capiore Sitting Bull was to us* him in his Wild Went show. The captain | la of opinion that the government is to be congratulated at the killing of sitting Bull, a* I be old chief has I wen the leading cauat of Indian trouble** for years.  Den, Miles st KapM Pity.  Rapid City, 8. D., Dee. 16-Gen. Mile* arrived Wednesday morning and was in telegraphic communication most of th* day with hia subordinate* who are ie iBiti "-dial. comm and of tbs troop*'at Fin* Bldg.- Rosebud, lh oily, Robinson, Fort Meade, Fort Yates, Blanding Hock aud other points He bas been getting n grasp of th* rituat km In order to move in the right direction He ’rn keeping hie plans secret. (Hit there bi a general belief that he is pi•paring for a decisive move agoiti-t the hostile Indians.  Death ot Hum, Henry McHenry.  Lot is Ville, Dec. 16— Hon. Henry D. Mr Henry, member of the national Democratic oanoiitte-, delegate from Ohio county to the Kent inky constitutional con vent iou, died suddenly Wednesday moruiug of heart disease at bkt home in Hartford Mr. McHenry wa* a native Kentuckian In lwff he was defeated for the United Beata* senate by two votes* Ila was elected to t lie house of the Kart> second congree* He bas been n member of th* national Ih-tnoi retie committee Mac# 1876  I *-II Hair to a Tort mu*-.  Pitts ut nu, Pa., Dec. 16—Georgs Par-due, aged ,ri years and employed at th* Carnegie Homestead Steel works, ha* received intelligence that he baa fallen heir to a legacy of 60,000 by Die death of William Preston, of Boston Preston died Bun-<lay Inst. He was an uncle of Purdue, who bas already quit his position ae a steel wort cr. will banquet hi* cow (atmans, go (Hi to d -iui his Utile fortune, and then embark Ut some burin*** enterprise.  Man ami Mite I ii situs.  Va un AU A, Ilia., Dec. 16—Jamas K William* and his wife, of Carton town ship, were brought here and adjudged insane Vt Iii*".* owns over Ari acres tit valuable hind sod is wealthy bt**ktea. Of late bath Le and his wife have labored under th* hslluciuatkHi that their neighbor* were acbeuilug to degraod them of their property They were taken to th# asylum at Anna  Teemer Usa 6mm ta Australia.  Pl nr ut im, Dec, 16 - Th# report that John Teemer had mysteriously disappeared i* untrue lie left tills city some time ainee aud sailed from Ban Fraiu-iaco two weeks ago for Australia for the purpuae of rowing Mcf'!e«n of that country a boat race. His wifi# i* still la this city.  A Worn sa Fatally fturasd,  New York, Dec. 16—Mrs, Fs-ab Motor in lek was fa ally burned Ef the cvplo Mon of a ker>«»•.»# lamp in b. r apartment* at UL’ First sv.-uu* at an early bour Wednesday morn>»g no* mss uo u to ta# hospital in a dying condition, lier hate band put out toe lira.  Railway Divi<t*N<! Declared.  Boston, Dec lh -The Chicago Jane-tlou Kailroad and Union SUs k Yard-• company has d x. lured a dividend of 3 I i par cent on ti* com mon stock and 3 per oeut. on the pre' g-red stock, payable July 6  COAL.  Tho Famous Gillespie Soft COAL delivered at five minutes notice in any ot the city. Burns to a Clear Grey Ash, no Clink els or Cinders. Best Soft Coal in the  West.  HARD COAL  In all sizes, I>eliver<d at Lowest Market Prices. Quality Unsurpassed,  CDY NOW, BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCE.  B. L. Dorsey.  310 Belle street.  TliLKPHON BJ 84 AXL) ai.  GOING OUT o BUSINESS.  IiEYSER BRO’S.  Now i« Ute time for-Hargill'di  CHRISTMAS PEESEHTS IT HUF PUCE  TOYH, (HINA ANO I* I Key I'ii DOIXS, VANEK TABLES, CHAIRS, ALB1MN, PLUSH CANES,  -——For Chriatmna Present#, Eh———  LEYSEB’S. IO. 202 THIBO STREET.  SKATES.  BARNEY & BERRY'S.  MI MBI  Y  Pitts &} Hamill,  315 Belle Street.  Now is the time to get Barbas is Plash Cloaks  -AT-  H. F. LEHN ES.  KKAUY FOK TUB HOLIDAYS!  NEW GOODS.  SConie and ee Them.3  E. I. Coil, The Jeweler,  1  CLOCKS  In tnrc* Variety  Accordians, Violins  ■j j . XLS    -AED-  lVerwafx^c, Guitars.  And th«ir Supplies.  Household, Domestic and Standard Sowing Mc’s.  Hewing Machine Needle# and Repairs of alt kind*,  Gold, Mlver and >teel Spectacles to Suit All.  Clocks, Wail lies and Jewelry Repaired.  — Fine—  (HHD and KIL* KB  WATCHES!  —HCM—  JEWELRY  —AMK—  SILVERWARE  W    yr    SU (Ola tm »■—*■«<* *’«— F'-« «tiHi aw 4»w»fy rcsocOilia. si s-«si a. rn mmt rn  •m ■ 4< 1 mr s. -a* «.  —- 1 - mmI “MJBri ri>Ua r sjMr,i- mss Sri  y Ysvarc; xys:     c -‘—-   

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