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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TR YEAH WEDNESDAY EVENING APKIL 16 1890 NO JOHN GRAYS Corner Nottingham Laces and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a full line of Window Shades PiPin and Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs D AWCHE3JKXTH HKUA HOUSE WM MANAGKIt WEDNESDAY APRIL Grand Roproduction 1 ami Ioptilur Curmjilii iml Chlir iclur Actor Mr GEO C STALEY IN A ROYAL PA5S IVAN i r K u M 111 cf r nf Ih InipiMi I T STALKY iiiiU unit C IMI r fl Last of Unasual Exctllence l Stairo AppiiintmiMlts Lluj Tyro f tinHeivetiau D OLAXS OPFtlA huUSK WM CitOlMllKTOIt Liiil KnKAfcnval FRIDAY APRJLJSth THE LESTER QPERfl CD MOLtE HELENE LESTER iin uiul on Sullivans comic Friuat i K Sfitisnhiv NiirlH tlilbort oporu Iiuuroie SpecMtit btenerv Elogant Jrcjitcst Kvcnt of tiie Stniyon Sctile of Pricea stud cents Seats oil riultMtt Kucsl nrj tirng Vc Old Follies Jubilee CHAND COXCKUTES BY yiMENNK and WOMENXK OF ve Stout1 Meotins Houso with STKEPlK to bo uttondccl at ye HALLK situate iit yp SOUTH by HAST corner of ye cross roads Known ns Sixth and in ye villftsre of LoKiinriport Commonwealth laditina EIllDVY and SATURDAV Uh MONTH 18th uml uth IAYS the veinof of our M ncccxc Ye taxes to these entertuimuentrt will bo ttxiddo at ye sum of one shilling17 peace is 00 eints money Hoyes and irls iiiuler twelve 1 pence NB Ys doors of ye TowmHalle shall be swun t oyon at early caudle which is 7 of rbe clock to prevent unseemly rushingfor from seats X H Ye nuistck will strike up at eijcht iv bir clock on ye court noviso so as to favor ye men folkes that can not et their chores done curlier LtlSSEK AH 3 e eotmtrey and tawne folkes tnke no rcspeettuily invittnl to pronto din voTownc Hullo known nw the Hfnke corner of ye Sixth ami Fridiiy uiiil Saturday April IStU an 1 19th by ye wimiuen tin ye ancient of ye 1st Meeting House In ye Tow tie of Logiihspurt Ind LABOR IN COUNCIL important Meeting of Workers in Coa Mines A STEIKB IN PROSPECT Tle iiliunn and Illinois Op Maturg Hold the Key lie Situation If Settle Is AfyrKfid Ujion at trilivay Kmployna Make Demands in Which tOOOO Men Are Chicago COifJHts O April joint con vention of tho miners of Ohio continued in session yesterday morning The first busi ness transacted was on tho qurwtion whether hu siato should bo organized as one or more districts and the decision was in favor ouo by a big nmjority Committees ere then appointed and the constitution token up section by section and adopted The miners caucused in secret during the daj but tho only action taken was the virtual adoption of the scale presented last January So notion wiis taken uii the eight hour ques tion The operators also caucused but took no decided action At the joint meeting in the afternoon no busiues was transacted ex cept the appointment ut committees ar rangement for votiug etc It was an nouncod thai the Indiana and Illinois opera tors would not attend Probability of u Strike One of the high officials of the United Mine Workers of America was seen yester day and asked concerning the proposed scale Tut reporter said Only the oper ators of Ohio and ieunsylvania will be rep resented in thti joint convention of minors and mine operators What if they should agree to pay the scalo of prices proposed by the miners and tho Indiana and Illinois operators not boiaj represented refused to adopt itf Would there boa strike There would1 iio replied Unless the Ohio and Vennsylvania operators should they adopt the scale force the Indiana and Illinois operators to adopt tho same scale we would all refuse to return to work in tho mines until our termsaro conceded by all It would bo the largest strike ever known We will have no more of this piecemeal business They will have to either accept it all around or not t all Strcinijtli of tlio Organization The otHcial stated iurtlior to show the strength of the miners that there are 147 delegates in the convention representing fully 100OOf organised miners in the United States The organization the United Mine Workers is in an excellent shapo for a conllic Nineteen weeks ago tho Punxsu tawuey Coal company declared its deter mination to crush out tho union of miners when they wenon a strike at that time and set aside to do the work Word was received jesterday that the com pany was compelled to go to the wall and sold out entirely to the Belle Lowis and Yates company The failureof the com p my shows the strength oc tho minors GREAT TIEUP IN PROSPECT About 1OOOO Moii Involved ill Demands for Mori Pay FiTTSUUFa PH April special grievance cotnimttujs of the various brother hoods of railroad employes waited upon tho managers of nil the milro ids entering this city yestjnUiy ami presented iu writing their statement f grievinoj ancl demands It is stated that bHwn 8001 and 10000 will bo ulloolPl y a strike should it occur Tho art1 in In of lur yard men train num etc no cmo but yarn iiuu must do yard shorter hotirs in man must be dis charged without his c is has first been laid thn griuvanc committee tevilently Mean Business The grievance committee said at every olluo visited that they would return today for an answer It is damn 1 that if favora ablo replies arc not received all employes will quit work tonight The general offi cers of the Federated Order of Railway Em ployes have been telegraphed for asking them to attend a meeting of railroad men in this city The yard men and rond men ara receiving to SI05 per day Tho advance de manded ranges from 30 to 45 cents per day All Quint at Chicago CHICAGO April sido seems as yet to be trying to do a great deal toward a settlement of the carpenters strike The strikers still hold out their offer to arbitrate whUo the masters sit quietly down and re fusu to arbitrate A committee of the new association of boss carpenters has issued an adtlress calling on all boss carpenters to lay their former prejudices aside and partici pate in a meeting to be held tomorrow for the purpose of adopting measures to bring tint strike to a settlement Mm Seidlitz Powder Will Cure Your Headache S GKNTQ S 12thSt Drue Store li A KUCEOEH KODXFY STKAIK Kroner I Strain O UNDERTAKERS Shut Down the Coke SiCOTTDALE Psi April 1200 colto ovens wore shut down indetiuitely yes terday by tho Frick Sohoonmaker ouit Mc Cliro eompanies Notica was given last week of their suspension Over 1200 men anout of crnploymoiit This may precipi tate a seiieral strike POETRY BY TELEGRAPH Vance Kieacls vSomo Tram Brush with Koar WASHIVOTOV CITS April During tha debate iu the enate yesterday on the Mon tana case Vance interruted to read a tele gram which he said had been received from Montana sit 2 oclock yesterday morning It read as follows Hurrah for honest wbo the right Hurrah for lavand liberty The people won the rifrht Republican went weeping to their fate For the voters place1 ilrj but njwn the men who stole the stal1 rhe mourners speak in wliipcrs therescrape upon the The G O P was kikl xtenifnt precinn Thirtyfour Hoar Doesnc Seo It XUat Way Hear said that as he understood the facts the Democratic majority in Butte which a year ago was SOD bad bean reduced o about 00 and that at Prichict JJ4 there was not a single voter left All of those ap parent voters had gone like last years snow banks He left he said his friend from North Carolina to his comic almanac senator from Massachusetts derives as much comfort out of smali mate rial as any senator on this fioor My in formation is entirely different Tha city Butte gavo a Republican majority lastyear and there has been a great turn over in consequence of subsequent proceedings1 tho senator had been in bed at 2 oclock last night his ideas would have been clearer this morning A MISSING MEDICAL STUDENT He iocs to Sec n Supposititious Sick BTnn anil Drops Out of Sight CHICAGO April mysterious dis appearance of Vernon L Everett a student at the Chicago Medical college has given the police of this city a difficult job The mis sing man is the son of Dr J T Everett of Griunell la He left his home 2S3 South Park avenue on Thursday evening April U saying that he was going to see a sick man on Haistead street and has never returned nor been seen since by any one who knew him It is not known how tha summons to attend tho sick man came whether by mes senger telephone or the mail but the tough character of Halsted street at night has aroused the fears of his friends that tho summons was a decoy and thit the student was waylaid murdered aud robbed on his way to or from the sick mans house A Bettor from an Unknown Ho wore a valuable gold watch aud chain and some other jewelry and a wellPilled pocketbook His father is now iu Chicago Tying to find somo clue which will unravel tho mystery The polico have possession of a letter from some unknown woman which arrived at the college attjr his disappear ance and this may have something to do with tho case Tho oflicials refuse to give tho letter out Tor publication or say any thing about its contents OUTRAGE ON A GIRL Seized on Her Way to Churcli ami Nearly Beaten to Ieatli CLKVELAND O April special from Bridgeport O says Amanda Robinson a handsome mulatto girl was seized while on her way to church Sunday evening by a number of unknown men aud choked until she was insensible After that she and gagged and dragged nearly a mile along the railrond track in the direction of Bel luire On reg lining ccirscioumoss tho girl was beaten until she again sank down in sensible When found ilomhvy uight she wns in a piti iblo eoiidiLion There is no lue to the identity of htr assailants WEDDED TO WILEY The Social Event at Capital the State Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night to No 163 NoW A Striko Settled NEW BRITAIN Couu April Tha striko in Kussell cSt Erwins screw factory was sot tUd yesterday Seventy jjiris who hnvo been out two weeks resumed work yesterday morning They asked tor 15 cents a day more and tho company gave them 5 cents advance all around Tho TVarring CHICAGO April Bowman was present at tho Esber conference of the Evan gelical church yesterday and was warmly welcomed The conference passed resolu tians declaring its own legality and con demning tho Sheffield avenue people ap pointed professors and elected trustees etc Tho ShelHeld avenue conference continued doing business also aud it is evident that the work of tho two bodies will bring on a lot of trouble after they adjourn Took a Plunge of Fltty Keet Pa April shift ing engine and four loaded coke cars on the branch railroad of the Dunbar Furnace com pany mil off a bridge fifty feet high yester day morning The engine men escaped by jumping Abraham McQuiggan a boy who was on the train was fatally injured Two Xew Banks WASHINGTON CITY April fol t lowing named national banks have been authorizJ to commence business Mer chants National bank of Masillon O capi tal Consolidated National bank of Tucson Ark capital Biggest Syndicate Yet PHILADELPHIA April Press says that a syndicate said to represent 000 has been formed to buy up the litho graphing plants of the country Crushed fcy o toadetl Car BHEKSSBUKO Pa April 16 Moore and Scott Johnson were it is thought fatally injured Honday in tha stone quar ries of the Ligonier railroad by being thrown under a loaded car which passed over them crushing them in a terrible manner Botn are married and Yogngsiown OF A HOOSIEB BELLE 3I11S Virginia JE Cooper Joined in Matri mony to a New York Happy Groom Tixkcs Leave of Single Blessedness a Kreakfast with a Few Bachelor Ceremony in the Churcli a Slyllsh Notts IXDIAXAPGLIS April Era lelinc Coopor daughter of Mr and Mrs ohn B Cooper of this city married uesday to John McCluro representa ive in congress from the X V istrict The ceremony was performed at be Taboraacle Presbyterian church at clock in the afternoon Rev J Albert Ilthaler oftUkiiing Later in tho even ng wedding ilitmT was serve1 at the ion jf ilie bride followed by a reception The marriage of Mr Wiley is the cousum nation of a romance which bogau in iss when Mr and Miss Cooper firs met at Saratoga They wera made acquainte1 vith each other by Mrs Thomas A Hen ricks whosj husband was for luany years warm frictui o 5fr Wilej Tin1 Invent ot the Season Tlu wedding was the most brilliant af air oi the Indianapolis social season It brought from Bulltlo from Chicago and rorn VTasliington City a host of Mr Wileys riiuls among tliem several ol his con jressioual colleagues Most ot the guests irrived Monday and that night arrange neuts were for a bachelors brcakCast o bo tendered by IIr Wiley to a few of his ild friends Tiie breakfast was served at hj Bates house Tuesday morning aud tbosu who sot down to it were J Ambrose But er Walter H Dunham Clarence M Bush nell C E AVaJker Robert Stranahan L Smith C E Dunkleburg E H Butler arid Henry H Adams There were fifteen courses with appropriate wines and it took several hours uadcr these conditions for Sir Wiley to tear MmseU away from his bache or friends IJctinatimis in lie Church Fivo ocluik ivas the hour set for the cere mony and onj before thi hour theTaber nacle church iicl with a brilliant con rCation the coming of tiie 1rietal arty Th interior of thy cliuivu had been most tas to fully Festoons of smilas ITIIIJ about tho doorways and in Tout of tho altar nodding caster lilies and solute cuaractT who attempted to kill him with a knife but only inflicted a slight cut on tbe hand before a policeman ran him iu W C Smith of Columbus who is on the Democratic ticket for sheriff bu been in vited to come off because he indulges too freely in the flowing bawL Mrs Cora Grubbs of Peru who tras sepa rated from her husband child suicided with laudanum George Brumbaugh of BluHtou is search ing for his luyearold daughter Emma who left her home named ANiley March M with an admirer ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS HEAVY FAILURE AT The Firm Offers rO DETROIT on the Dollar DETROIT teei and concern of Cent jiml AJiead Mich April The Detroit Spring company tho largest its kind iu tho United State has suspended payment with liabilities amounting to Their plant occu pies over five acras of ground aud employs over 400 men The company proposed to its creditors to settle for 50 cents on the dollar This offer was accepted rmd under the terms of the coinpromiso tho works will not be closed Morris L Williams of Detroit has been made trustee All Incident of 11 lo in SPKIXC FIELD Ky April afternoon Abraham Kelly shot and killed Samuel Logan a wellknown citizen of this place From what can be learned it appears that both men had but lately married and were considered warm friends They began bantering each other on the respective merits of their wives when a quarrel fol lowed and shortly afterward Kelly blew a hole through Logan with a musket loaded with buckshot Kelly escaped Killed the Fneiglit Fireman ST Louis April vestibule train on the Kansas City branch of the Chicago and Alton railway collided with a freight train near Latlouia Mo early yesterday morning The fireman on the freight en gine was kiliei by tue baggage of the ex press train on top of him The pas sengers were budiy stiakeu up but none was injured The accident was caused by the engineer of the express train Stone Quits tine Burlington CHICAGO April B Stoue sec ond vice president of the Chicago Burling ton Quincy Railroad company has tendered his resiguaton to take effect June L Mr Stone is largely interested in the Chicago Telephone ccinpany and the Centra Illinois Telephone company aud retire from his present position to accept the pres iclency of the two telephone companies Tlio Missouri Pacific Cats Rates PtTEBLO CoL April Missour Pacific announces that because of irregu larities on tha part of certain competing lines they have reduced passenger rates from the ISih as follows Pueblo to Kansas City SO Pueblo to St Louis Pueblo to Chicago firstclitss S14 ditto second class SU He Had To Be Resigned COURTLAXDT y Y April TV Griswold who was convicted of manslaugh ter in the first degree for killing Dennis OShea was yesterday sentenced to states prison for a term ot ifteen years The prisi oner accepted tha sentence without a word of complaint Three Perilous Drowned HELENA Ark April the upset ting of a canoe iu Old Town lake Monday Ed Bush Matilda Jackson and a boy were drowned Two cutting levees in Luna County llissj were killed by guarcls Monday Man and Wife Murdered MAEISONTELLK Tex April John Richardson his wife were mur dered by robbers Monday night at then country residence niaar hare Tiie Weather We May GTOX CITT April follow ing are the weather indications for hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana and weather in northern show ers in southern portions wanner northeast erly winds For Michigan and Fair warmer weather variable winds becom ing southeasterly For weathe warmer southerly winds clustering ground mony The w UL ny hydrangeas forme i the actors in the d a soft back wctkiiug ccro Stylish to the puiytru s a haithoiir la 5 ochc v I I1 wjdding rra It was twen clitv vh ii the brides and took the the rU jv It was fully half of the lirsi notes with sympho of th1 Coaimander McCalla of the warship En terprise is to bj tried by courtmartiaU Deacon Jacob Estey the wellknown me lodeon and cabinet organ maker died Tues day aged iti Tiie jjns works at Madrid have been destroyed by fire and the city is iu total darkness i Suugatuon Ills held a convention Tuesday and declared for William M Springer for congress The Ixiiier of Ozemaus saw uiiil near Crladwin Mich exploded Tusday killing H M Corey and Aaron his brother The farmers of Nebraska are in distress because the wind has blown their wheat out of the ground An appeal has been made for help Tho body of an unknown woman about oo years of age aud badly mutilated was found iu Lake Michigan by the Chicago life saving crew Tuesday Two hundred cloakmakers employed by Kiegel fc Bros Chicago are on strike to sustain the demands of twenty five cutters for a o per cent increase iu pay Chancellor Cnprivi the successor of Bis marck opened the Prussian landtag Tues day with a speech that was highly ap proved It was pacific aud patriotic Tho president has approved the act for the relief of soldiers and sailors who enlisted or served under assumed names while minors in the army or navy during the late war A crowd of masked men raided the jail at Boxboro Pearson county N C Friday night last and captured a lot of illicit whisky which had been stored there by United States officers E L Godkin editor of The Neve York Evening Post was arrested Tuesday on a charge of criminal libel preferred by Peter Mitchell a lawyer He gave bail in for his appearance for trial Tho concensus of opinion at a meeting of the Society of Medical Jurisprudencs at Isow York Tuesday was that drunkenness is a disease which should be treated in in stitutions especially designed for its treat ment Municipal elections were held in a large Dumber of Illinois towns Tuesday Party lints wcro not drawn as a rule thu issue mostly being Tin liquor question From re turns so far rccnived license seems to have a littlo ill jest in it Tvn u i Dan a farmer liv ing near Council Blulls la for a rilu Mon day evjiiuT As soon as they got in bis wagon thvv him out He wasnt so datl I1 looked liovvvor and opened tn Tins a iv ing the ul Cnrolvi C best ciiii tUio 1 0 on V f rl brile Th nu 1 SOil lil lllti Ve brM hj anp II K vailvinL two r Miss grooms nn he Lriaii II Her Ini al of whitliiVadijil satin ill traiiie trimmed vith point lace Her were a coniiilete set of uiaioaus ill1 gift of the groom the ueelcliice ainl pend ent for the hair ani biacclets The gown ornamented with orange blossoms from Mr AVilcys grove on Lake AVier FlorWa Twain Arc One Standing before them facing the congre gation the minister pronounced tins simple service of the Presbyterian church As the last words were pronounced the organ broke from tbo strains of Schumans Trau merei into the joyous music of Mendelssohns wedding march The cougregvtiou again rose and remained standing as tho wedding party left tho church The members of the redding party aud a few friends were driven from the church to the spacious residence of Mr Cooper on Meridian street where Mrs AAiley gave an informal reception Tho lit tle company then repaired to the dining room where u bountiful supper was served the wedding cako was cut and all drank the brides health in sparkling champagne Off for Chicago At S oclock the formal reception began Amon5 the distinguished guests were Gov ernor Gray and Mrs Gray exSenator Mc Donald and 3ilrs Hendricks Before the re caption was over Mr auct Mrs Wiley slipped out of the parlors donned traveling cos tume yi 1 driven to the Union station wtkra tli oy took the 1 1 4C train for Chicago Several days will bo spent in the Lako City aud thru Mr and Mrs AViley will go to AYasbington Their home at the capital will be the Shorehrni The presents sent to Mr and Mrs WiUy aiv very beautiful Storv of a Itaiiway Ticket Pulling out of his pookot a ticket from In dianapoiis to Chicago bearing the stamp of the Union station and the date Sept 2 1SS5 Mr Cotaran one of the guests said Near ly five years ago John Wiley bought that ticket He found after he had bought it that us could take au earlier train and as the people at tha station would not make an Kccuancic lie taught another ticket and handing to me said Judge you can use this when you come to my wedding I have saved it and tonight I shall put it to the purpose to which he dedicated it tli cnrndrel with away Somthin unusual for damages is on of uu is tho Fonv t O F Sm 1 In vial ni a a revolver They got in the way of a suit rial at Chicago Tho Auilerson a sailor n the schooner J X rs thy latter i ot hi a suooth sea to Anderson vho hail i e Innvneil ia r lha crew rosciit aud li A County in Niiil PARKSRSiilTRfi W pjouk iu couniv food It iiiis boii invvvsi into the interior of of JOOI April an sutioriiig lor ilo to g supplies tiie Tbe More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters All at Wet Goods Prices tiuynmiotti river is th only meanof com munication mid pushboats laden with pro visions vhioli loft the mouth of the river two months on account oE the fra puent rises oC river huvo not yet been able to gut into the county The roads are impassable und it is impossible to haul over thorn THE MARKETS CHICAGO April 15 Quotation on the of trade today vere Xo May opened Me i liseJ jCie openel 90kic closed STWr Jiloirncil Sjc closed Corn No liy opened Jc closed June opened closed July opened 31c OatsXo May opened Wsc June opened sjc closed onod 24c cJuseil 23Hc PorkMay closed JloiA1 June opened flcsed SllilSW July opened S12TO My opened closed closed closed Julv o opened S126W closed ir SB12U Live The stock yard report the fol rungo of price1 HogsMarket opened stead but now weak with ic decline liyht grades Sl152U3o packing S415 mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lot Steady to strong export beevet firinor bpeves cows and mixed stockers nod feeders cornfeu Texans grassers Si 3X0 Sheep Weak native muttons 100 lambs J32jSuT5 cornfed westerns 8300 fflo75 Produce Fancy Elgin 20320XC per Ib lino creameries daries finest fresh IKgjlTc fresh packins stock 4SOc Strictly fresh He per doz Dressed poultry Chickens 9K31fc per Ib turkeys young hens docks ISrJUc Apples Fair to choice S3500t50 per bb New York XEW YORK April 15 S red winter 95Mc cash do May do June No 2 roUed 424c cash do May tOMc do June co July lie Dull but steady No 2 mised 30Hc cash do April do May S9JJc do June 29J4e Nominal Bar Nominal Doll mess SHOO for new Doll May S6T5 Jane Live Stock Market nominal but feeling firm no sales and iiarketduLl no sales reported Market steady live hogs 100 fts FORGED MORTGAGE DISCOVERED Tile Surprise That Met Kev Ppter Cook Xotes ISDIAXAPOIIS April Peter Cook of Wayne county fouui a purchaser for his Indianapolis property a few days ago and j ord red an abstract made When the paper was completed he was surprised to find that the property was mortgaged for by Petar Cook Wayne county Illinois to James Phillips of Jasper county Illinois Sir Cook is a married man and never gave such a mortgage nor does he know anv such partiss as there are repre sented in the instrument The transaction was carried through by one of the hind sharks iu th city and a clue to the perpe trator has D32n found through an attempt to sell the mortgage note Uliness of T B Byrnes EvixsvnLE Ind April B Byrnes a leader of Democratic politics in Indiana and twice a candidate for treasurer IIRS heaiorrhage of the brain la serious form The result cannot be told Hooaier JTews XoEes The thirtyfifth annual conclave of tbe grand commandery Knights Templar is in session at Indianapolis County Physician Stunkard of Terre Haute was assaulted by Grant Oca CREAM DEWENTER The Hatter BOCK BEER Has Put on the Market Their Purest of Produciof the Finest and BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops Sold Everywhere in tiie City A It SHHOYEK Lojransport ciivs M ruoss tonnorly with Schnull V Co CIGARS ghroyer CIGAR JOBBERS Imported Koy and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Iirm will he represented by 1reil Uykcnum in this Its superior excellence proven in millions OJ homes tor more than a quarterof a century H is used by the United States Government En dorsed by the beads of the great UnlverelHea aa the Strongest Purest and most Healthful Dr Prices Cream BaMnf Powder does not contain Ammonia lime or Ainm gold ontr in cans PB1CE POWDEB CO New York Fmnciico SIXCORD COTTON Leading Dealers VILLIHAHTIG SPOOL For Sale by 34 Union Square New York City Aug After a series of tests at our Elisabethport factory extending over a period of several inontlis we have decided to use the WILLIMANTIC COTTON believing it to be the test thread in the market and strongfy recommend it to all agents purchasers and users of the Singer Machines THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Five Drives In FITZGERALD FOLEY 228 Market St Telephone No 105 MICK KLE1IN Merchant Tailor HCS Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and S25 Pants S6 S7 The Cheapest and Best Firs Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Broadwayup Stairs K B WHITSETT Dealer in the Popular The constantly increasing demand for the Domestic proves its excellence and our many satisfied customers will tell you that the Domestic is the machine to buy R B WHITSETT Propr OFFICE 529 Broadway   

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