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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8PORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAH MONDAY EVENING JUNE 16 1890 NO 41 JOHM GRAYS CORNER ON ALL KINDS OF Summer Qoodp Chnllics Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon 1lack Organdies Dragon Black Lace Stripi H nnil CheckB IJragon Black Bat iste Toil Lht Monl Ilain und Stripe Chambrays Iinen Charnbrays white Kinbruiilcrcil Flouncing Plain anil Checked Xainsook India Linen and otter kinds of White Goods I1 S Our Corner on Goods not on storerooms BARGAINS New Line Improved Gasoline Stoves Line Natural tins Slovus for Summer lae Hit Lino of Refrigerators Handsome UutriKunitor Hidilearils Fine Assortment of Mnntlts O rules mid Cabinets Ice Creiim Wutir Coolers Hath Tubs Also General Line of Stoves aud Hardware All kiiiils of Tin and Slate Hoofing ilone to order POSTER BAILEY No 41 n Market Street Next to It mills Uarber Shop Will Cure Your Huaciacho S GE1NTS Q AT 12thSt Dmer Store REAL ESTATE For siilo K rcsiilnpca on Broiulwny lor sailc 13 resiliences on Spear street For sale resiliences North street For sale I residences on Market street For sale residences on Eighth Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale resiliences on Usage Chip pewa and Miami streets To trade tl farms for city prop erly Brick business house in 1eru to trade for a farm Business blocks in the city to trnde foi a Hood farm Two ilry goods stocks to trade foi farms Four stock farms to trade for im Irtived farms nntl city property For particulars euquire of M M GORDON Pension and Uenl Estate Agent Elliott BlockcLogansport Ind BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION VANCE TO PORTER North Carolinas Senator De fends His Constituents THE CENSUS TAKESS ALL NO GOOD SftyH the Tar Ifeel Statesman nml the AHhvltle Mucli ItimlHin in tlie National Capital Com plitlned of ly the lletttben the Fulr Oleltials Are Stared Out of of Fact at tho Hull of the Nation WASHINGTON CITY June Vance has written a letter to Census Su perintendent Porter in regard to the re ported obstruction of the census enumiira ors by the people of Asheville N C in which he defends the pooplo of that city tho charge doubta its truth Sons the character of the men appointed as enumerators and sayH in conclusion Llmt if any real trouble exists apart from the irritation caused by appointing itn Hulttthle men for the purpose he will ex ert what influence he has to have the cen sus returns made as complete as spossible SATURDAY IN CONGRESS The Senate Gets a Few Hills Out of the WASHINGTON CITV June nen ate Saturday passed a number of bills among thum the following Making the signature of one member of a firm bind ing on the whole linn in tho case of rtjvo nuo bonds releasing tho Michigan mili tary academy from responsibility for ord nance stores destroyed by fire and to re duce the Hound Valloy Indian reservation In California and allot the remainder to the Indians Kvarts introduced a bill to pay JO000 for n number of letters writ ten by and tn Thomas Jefferson Morrill Hindu n speech in favor of his bill to establish a fund for agricultural col leges with the proceeds of public land sales etc The bill then went over thirtyseven private pension bills wore passed a secret session held and the sen ntis adjourned After a short timu spent in committee of the whole on the sundry civil bill the house devoted the day to eulogies ou the late Representative Randall and tributes to the great commoner were paid by ONeill and ilutchler of Pennsylvania UutUrworth and a largo number of other representatives and then the houso ad journed THE CELESTIALS COMPLAINT Ladies of the Chinese Legation Annoyed WASHINGTON CITY June has been made to the police of this city by officials of thu Chinese legation that the ladles of thu Chinese legation nor them selves can during theso warm evenings avail themselves of tho cooling balconies of their legation residence without attrac ting a crowd of curious idlurs who by their manner and conduct greatly annoy thum This annoyance is so continuous aud so persistent as to practically make prisoners of both the ladies and the offi cials of tho legation within the walls of their residence The Temperance People Jlearil WASHINGTON CITY June senate committee ou education and labor and the house committee ou the alcoholic liquor traffic gave a joint hearing Saturday on the joint resolution for national constitu tional prohibition Tho committee were addressed by members of tho national pro hibitory amendment committee for con gressional work composed of members of nearly all the temperance organizations in the country and the first speaker was Mrs Ada M liittcubcnder Another speaker was Samuel D Hastings of Mad ison Wis Louis Schade of Washington City editirof The Washington Sentinel addressed the committee in opposition to the measure That IViishlni WASHING TON Casey chief of partment in a ougressmen rrom tue tnirteen tates and a few invited guests Jfabbecl for Knitting a Bank Xote CITY June secret service division of the treasury depart ment has been advised that Robert L Isher of Denver Col has been held for rial on complaint of a sacret service gent for altering a 85 national bank note ind passing it as a note of the genuine ssue Little Lord Dying WASHINGTON CITY June Juruett son of Mrs Frances Hodgson Jnmett and the hero of the novel Lit le Lord Fauntleroy which has been ramnfcizcd successfully is reported an ying in Philadelphia from consumption WANTS TO TRY SATANS BAIT owlliig Alleys and Pool Tables an llelpi for the Church NEW YORK June John L Seudder of the Jersey City tabernacle preached in Plymouth church Brooklyn and outbeechered Beecher He aid that the man who goes around paint ng Come to Jesus on the fence and iiks plainly Are You Saved is a piritiial dunce Saving people must be ono at In the same way as courting a People would not now accept dog imtic beliefs They must be allowed to ise their reason Then why he jisked should Satan have n monopoly of bil ards and bowling alleys Why not cast these amusements the helpful in fluence of the church Prayer Sleeting Grow Stale For years Satan has baited his hook with such things aud hauled in the fish while the church has wondered why the Ish didnt biteatherhookIsitanywonder she baits it only with prayer meet ings held once a week which are very stale bait sometimes Why shouldnt we lave bowling alleys and pool tables I venture to prophesy that in a few years an athletic department will be recognized as a part of a church and we will find tennis cQttfts and swimming baths as approved luaturesof every thought that the church would have its special nines aud its football teams tm CITY Juno 10 Gen enicintHrs in tlio war do ivi submitted to the Of IKtrolt Midi A VITAL In livi Ilussrs of eaoli par value n lis Ni 1 per S um monthly psivmouts No rrnts prr Slum No s M No I siiircs for ill ml ranee No tiuistmiMil ShurtS MomV luaiifil on first mortimuo security only Iiirrmvprs receive full amount tit loan No remium UtHuUil Security Economy Profit Equity ve know ihiit Uo most Equitable Ihiil in Kxisrinft1 both for Hornwer JliuS In vetor Ofllrers ami IMvortorM Vivsiilinl HIN A lliiwfii Vicirifsiileiit KKSSKTT Sfivlary X K KIIIIK Trtjisurir A HlUH Tnion Ntl Hank IlinvtKrs JOHN M DWVKII K It HASSIGK ifiuml Airem It E WoonnorsK HOIIUOflui lUitlfr RuihlinK tiriswaUl St lotnit Sixeiul U H AKX F lirTLKii 1402 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY Ilninty Apvut ami Collector Ortiiv court hoiise Ollloo open daily S u in to 4 p in Call or write for jmr tkulars FURNITURE PRICES THli LOWEST None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom remito states thnt it cost to complotu tho Washington aqueduct In city Over hnvo so far bepu oxpvndetl on tho work It was abandonee two yoars njco as defoctive and lias betM going to ruin over since The work was tho subject of a congressional investiga tion and tho engineers connected with it wtifo transferred to other citius for duty That Torpedo Boat Phenomenon WASHINGTON CITY Juno 10 A party of Washington correspondents were the guests of Secretary Tracy on a trip down thu Potomac Saturday afternoon on the phenomenal torpedo bout Gushing Aftci passing Alexandria the speed was gradu ally iucreised until opposite Fort Wash ington n mile between two buoys was made in rwo minutes and three seconds seven seconds faster than the previous record of the flying craft VlsStocl Ilwlorm School WASHINGTON CITY June The presi deut and Attorney General Mtlter visitet tho boys reform school in this city yester day and after inspecting the apartments made addresses to the boys encourasin them to be steady and industrious aud b these mentis mnkegood men of themselves The boys paid close attention to the presi donts informal talk and seemed greatly pleased at the interest he displayed in thei welfare The Turin lllll Nearly Hearty WASHINGTON CITY Juno IB Only two schedulei of the tixrrtt bill have not been completed by the senate finance committee Tho 6ugtirsuUetlnleU is understood will re main as it was in the houso free of im port with a bounty to domestic producers On tobacco it is thought the reduction fron the present rate of duty proposed by the McKinleybill struck out With schedules disposed of the bill will be ready to go to the senate of In the Territories WASHINGTON CITY June Tho house committee on mines and mining has agreed to report favorably a bill providing for the protection of the lives of per sons employed in coal mines in the terri tories The provisions of the bill will af fect ouly Alaska Idaho and Indian terri tory as these are the only territcries in which coal is mined CaMvell Will Marry n Count WASIUSGTOX CITY June 16 The mar riage of Baron Von Zcdtwitz minister from Germany to Mexico to Miss Una Caldwell Is announced for tomorrow to be celebrated in the chapol of the Roman Catholic university Miss Caldwell is a sister of the Miss Caldwell who was en gaged to marry Prince Marat Gone ou An Intercstlug Excursion WASHIXGTOX CITY June This after noon a select party left tlie Baltimore and Ohio station for a visit to Torktowh Vn to inspect the monument erected there to commemorate the surrender of CornwalliB it thai THE DREADED CHOLERA It llreaks Out la a Spanlsih In li 1itnJR MADRID June first cases of cholera at Puobla Rugal manifested themselves a month ago after extensive excavations had bceu made for the pur se of paving tho streets Nine deaths from the disease have occurred nind on Saturday there were seven fresh cases Two thirds of the inhabitants of the town mve fled Seven deaths and seven fresh cases are reported at Montichelvo a vil lage near Puebla Do Rugal Two Americans Morrttiretl in JJolivia NEW YORK June special to The Herald from San Francisco says It is re ported here that Mr Thompson a well known American gold prospector find Mr Redwood Kodmond one of his compan ions have been brutally murdered Thomp son recently traveled through the interior of Peru and arrived at Mollende ou March 0 his intention being to undertake an expedition to Carnbay and Sandls in search of gold He was amply equipped for this work and it would appear that the savages of Peleahuco Bolivia assassin uted him and Mr Redmond for their stock of tools and provisions Tills Is thn Way H Cnmo Out COLUMIUA S C June Lexing ton Saturday F C Caughman und Pearce G Taylor indicted for taking from jail and lynching Willie Leaphart were ac quitted The defense put up no witnesses Tho solicitor pleaded that this was in tended to force the jury to stultify itself and if tho prisoners were swovn they would not deny being implicated in the lynching The verdict seems to be ap proved by the people of Lexington The AVool CoiisuniLrs Plea BOSTON June wool consumers association have sent to the senate fin ance committee at Washington a memor ial in which they say For the protection of the woolqn nianufactureof the country and for its rescue from a most hampered olid depressed condition we ask for a great reduction or the total abolition oi tho duty 011 wool The memoralists pro ceed with an elaborate argument in favor of this proposition They lloth Come tlom England LONDON June Thomson a British traveler writes that gin is as much the curse of Africa as slavery that in marching through some of the native villages on the Kru coast one feels in kind of hades peopled with man beings whose puishmont is to be possessed with a neverending thiirst for strong drink The giu and missionaries both come from England Sliot Each Other to Uoatlt WICHITA Kati June Fulsou and Robert Kcsteiu two farmers living near Akron Kan became engaged in quarrel yesterday while going to church They emptied their revolvers but before the last shots weae fired both had fallen from their horses helpless When found half an hour later Ecstein was dead Fulson died within two hours American Riflemen in Germainy CliEMEN June 10 The Schutzenfest committee assembled yesterday anc marched to the hotel where the American riflemen are quartered conducting them to the Schutzeniiof The greatest enthusiasm prevailed along the route In the rifle hall of the Schutzenhof the visitors were entertained at a bamiuet They Were Very on the Brute KACINK Wis JunellX Joseph Hartzen was sent to Wan pun for one year Satur day for deserting his wife The funeralo his wife was taking place ns IM left the court room Hartzeu had abused poundec aud illtreated her for eighteen ytaars nn til she sickened and died Death of a Democratic Candidate BAKGOR Me June Hon Francis W Hill of Exeter the Democratic candi date for governor died very unexpectedly at his home yesterday Death resulted from bronchitis which developed from cold contracted at Bar Harbor a week o two ago A Snal for John IM Sullivan WASHixoTOX CITY June 16 If vras n cently proposed and the proposition me with some favor that John L Sulliva should be invited to give a sparring esn bition in the gymnasium of the Columbi Athletic club Many members protestet against allowing Joan L the privileges o the club aud the result was a well a tended meeting Saturday night at vrhic it was decided by a good majority tha the prize fighter should not be to exhibit hiraself in the club building nesom June tions strongly against the Bennett la were adopted by the grand lodge of th Order of Druids of Wisconsin at its sessio Saturday A FBIGHTFUL FALL ightSeersat Cleveland Crowd a Frail Bridge A PLTTKGE INTO A 60POOT ABYSS ortjPersons Cut and Bruised Eight of Them Severely Miraculous from a Terrible Storm King Continues to Work Damage Done to Property anil of Record of Ruin CLEVELAND O June hundred eople were hurled from a broken foot ridge in Beyerles park at 0 oclock last ight aud piled in a struggling mass on he sloping sides of a gully or precipitated uto the bed of the stream sixty feet be ow Forty persons received more or less evere cuts and contusions some of which ay prove fatal The crowd had been rarni to the park by the announcement hat a man named Bellar would jump rom a cable stretched from the cliffs to he artificial lake nearly 100 feet Down With a Crfcsh One of the best points of observation was from a foot bridge across a gully ixty feet high This frail structure some eventy feet in length was packed with aen women and children Suddenlywith loud crash the overweighted structure napped and the two hundred occupants the structure were pitched headlong nto the ravine Men women and chil ren fought their way out of the heap as cat they could tramping on those below nd crushing down those who impeded heir progress Eight Victims Badly Hurt When the last person had been rescued rom the pile it was found that all but iglrt of the victims were able to go to their lOmes unassisted The others were taken y the ambulances to the hospitals or their omes Some of the eight have internal iu uries that may prove fatal 11st of the Badly Hurt Following is a list of the seriously in ured James San ford 52 years right leg ractured and internal injuries probably atal Rudolph Woodrlck 28 years right og fractured and head bruised Mrs Rudolph Woodrick spine and shoulder urt Jesse Caldwell 17 years ankle frac ured and arm badly injured Bertha iluoter 15 years right hip fractured and nternal injuries Anna Thoman 13 years ight ankle broken Mary Thoman 23 ears back and head injured unknown nolegged man leg broken A STORM AT CINCINNATI ne Man Curi ous Freak CINCINNATI O June terrific hxmderstorm passed over this city yester day doing considerable damage Edward janahan was washed into ft sewer and rowned while trying to remove obstruc ions from the opening to let the water hrough His body was recovered He eaves a widow and five children Surprised Mr Wilson The lightning played many strange reaks but caused no loss of life John Wilson and his wife occupy a ilat at JMJ East Third street After the rain had subsided to some ertent Mr Wilson i pened the window and seated himself on he sill He was enjoying himself in tut cool air smoking a pipe Suddenly a bolt of lightning the same that knocked the ihimney off the house passed his eyes his pipe flew across the room and he was hrown prostrate on the floor The car pet took fire from the hot ashes of his pipe find for a few moments all was excitement LIe was not hurt TREMENDOUS EXPLOSION ive Tons of Nltro Glycerine Go Near Fliullny O FINDLAT O June morn ng an explosion took place in Casteer ine Cos nitroglycerine works four uiles east of this city The explosion made i hole in the ground large enough to take n a fourstory business block while the lactory reduced to kindling wood is scat tered for a mile in every direction No one was in or about the works Five tons of nitroglycerine exploded The shock vfia elt for forty miles iti every direction Jand was generally attributed to an earth quake Rumor of a Qreat Disaster ST Louis June were current here last night that the nourish Ing little city of Beardstown in central Illinois has been overtaken by a terrible disaster A tornado of tremendous power it is said accompanied by hail and rain swept over that section of Illinois wreck ing scores of buildings uprooting trees prostrating telegraph poles and doing immense damage to crops The wires are down and no news can be obtained from Beardstown Street Car Struck hy lightning LOUISVILLE Ky June the leavy storm which deluged this city yes terday a street car on the Seventh street line standing near the Union station was struck by lightning The front platform was shattered and the driver James Price severely and probably fatally in jured The receiving warehouse at J B Wathen Co s distillery was struck bj lightning and completely destroyed by th fire which followed Engineer and Fireman Fatally Hurt CHIPPEVTAY FALLS Wis June freight engine on the Central railroad while moving at high speed two miles be low this city yesterday collided with the Short line passenger train running be tween this city and Eau Claire Engirt eer J C Watson of the passenger train and Archie McNTulty fireman of tht freight were fatally injured Both en gineswere completely demolished The Storms Work Elsewhere CHICAGO June night a Saturdays storms did much damage in number of places A portion of Rockforc Ills was flooded by the rain and a grea deal of damage done In a number o places in Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa the havoc was very serious railways sufferin to the extent of thousands of dollars A Young Girl Drowned While Boating OSHKOSH Wis June Miss Emma Pomeraning her brother and friend were sailing on Lake Winnebftgo yesterday their boat was capsUed an Miss Pomeraning aged 16 drowned On righting the loat her body was discoverec beneath with the hands still clasping on of the ropes A tug boat ran Into lighter loadet with 3000 bags of in New Tori harbor Saturday drowning one man an emptyingthe sugar into the bay A Base Hall MMiuqrer Arreaied BAITIMORB Md June William Barnie of the Baltimore Basa Ball club Tras arrested yesteirday for vio lating an old law which work from being done on Sundays in ordering his men to play a game of bull at Actons park He was released on bail for trial next Wefbuwday BASEBULL MATTERS Statistics of Bart Financial CHICAGO June Herald has an rticle on baseball which takes a very oomy view of the situation especially as igards the Brotherhood Tt says that the ame so far as the two leagues are con erned is going to smash The attendance t the contents the past week while favor ble to the National League has been so mall that neither organization has mada ay money lu figuring up the financial tuation it says that the Brother ood aggregation must have an attendance of 3000 at ach game during the season to pay the et cost and puts the players salaries at ie neat sum of The article says hat the players of the Brotherhood first scan the grand stand and then decide to iut up good or bad ball according to rhether the attendance is large or small Some Figures on Attendance According to a table printed in The ribune the total attendance for the sea on up to Friday night counting only ne game where two were played for one idmission was as follows ames average per game l5iO games 373011 average 391 The League had a better showing Saturday than for a longtime Indeed It s doubtful if so good a record of attend nce hits been made before this season It hould be remembered that the figures represent four cities for the Brotherhood ind three for the league They are as ollows League 8750 Brotherhood 10 95 During last week the Brotherhood veragc per game fell oil to 1009 while lie League average was Standing of the Aggregations Following are the positions of the four principal baseball combinations at the nd of last week for the League and irotherhood and including yesterday for he Association aud Western League League won lost pc ruthho rooklyn ow York lillnplilu Mttshurtf Amoricnn Uhlellc LochesLur t olumbus yrneufte truuklyn d won lus 27 Hi ClllclniliiCL Phllaplila Urooklvn IlllcilHO Boston Sew York U9 13 H9O as is 651 25 17 505 i rt 23 465 19 25 13 2i 333 225 27 13 MllillOlWfla 24 U Wonlorn won lost pc nia oil 03 113 r71 Mlhvtiukeo Siuux City 41 351 Molnuj 4OO 27H it Iltul U Scores on the Diamond The scores made Saturday and yester luy were us follows League AL game Boston i Philadelphia H and Bennett Ulcason mid Clements second amo Boston 0 Philadelphia 8 batteries and Bennett Vickery and UnniMits At 16 New York 2 and Bush ng Kusie Buckley and Sommers At J Cleveland 0 bat and Kounun Betitiu and iinmer Chicago Iittsburg game post Brotherhood At game laston ft Philadelphia 5 jjurne and Sweet Sanders and Milligan second game Boston 4 Philadelphia li and Murphy Cunning lamand Cross At game iuffnlo PiUsburg fi lock and Mack Galvin and jame Buffalo 2 Pittsburg 5 Baldwin and Clark Morris und Quinn At 7 New York 6 bat Hultren Cook and Kinslow rune and Vaughun At ond 2 Chicago 8 aud Snyder King and Farrell Western At Kansas Minneapolis 1 Kansas City 0 at Omaha Moines 3 Omaha T at Sioux City Milwaukee 14 Sioux City 2 At Kansas 0 Kansas ay S at Moines 8 Omaha 13 at Sioux 3 Sioux City 4 THE AMERICAN DERBY DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher to His Old Room In the Johnson Block which has been Handsomely Remodeled SPRING SUITS Horses That Will Go to tins Post at Chl CIIKO Shortly CHICAGO June The American Derby ind the probable winner of the stake this year are the allabsorbing topic among The race is conceded to be open one and little is known about the form of a majority of the likely starters A few have shown what they can do in a race notably Bill hetcher Uncle Bob and fel but the work was by no means of a character to make their warm est friends regard either of them as hav j a surety in the ireat event The prob ability of a large Held starting and some dozen good hurscs contending for the vic tory will this years Derby of more in ordinary interest The horses that will go the post will probably be as fol lows Sinaloa Clio Uncle Bob Bil Letcher Penn P Jed Frontino Protec tion Extravagance and Blarneystone Jr A Judge Who Fuvors Suuday Ball Pa June of the mem bers of the Boston baseball club and Manager Parks were arrested Saturday for playing a game on Sunday June 8 They were subsequently discharged th judge holding that there was no breach ol peace A Farmer Killed by Lightning JEFFERSONVILLE Ind June Maryville twenty miles north of hen William E Sconer aged 38 father of t large family was killed by a bolt o lightning Stoner and his little sons were in a field cutting grass for the cattle when Stoner was struck The boys were in another part of the field fUUu PURE CREAM In Great Vcriet1es Made to Order Elegant POP pantaloon MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Taillor ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer of and Liprs The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that he removed his place of business to his new elegant building The Kreuzberger Block corner Maket and Third streets and 413 and 415 Third street My large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Wines and Liquors has been increased of late and It will give me great pleasure to show my friends and patrons the vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which 1 dare say are sec ond to none wichin the radius of hundreds of miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me beg for a continuation of the same and assure you that my aim shall bo to execute your orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully Yours Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sewing Machine that gives such good satisfaction The people know we soil them on excellent terms so that the poor have a Domestic as well as the rich The people know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind of Seeing Machines ever made That Whltsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on bv everybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly HEIRZ CASTORIA for Infants and Children mil to children Umi t CMtortaenrei Ootk t recommend It umperior to any prescription I Sfwr Stomach j toowatome H A Aacmta 1L D I KiLjWomu Y I Wttimu Injariom audlcajtoav t CoxTJun 77 Hurray Street N 1 Its superior excellence proTfm in millions of homes for more than a quarter of a ccnlury It is by the United States Giiiverrcment En dorsed by the beads of the great CniTeraities tlie Strongest Purest mud most Hwutinfol Dr Prices Cream Baking Penrder does not contain Ammonia Limo or Alnra Bold onlr In cans FK1CBBAKIKOPOW1WRCG New Tort t Urota EDELWEJS Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try LOGANSP0RT BREW GOS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Ola OD Draught in all Places ToDay J The Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 6th and Oth 8ts   

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