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23 Dec 1884

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23 Dec 1884

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Atchison, Kansas The Atchison daily Globe. Price two . Kansas december 23. 1884. Seventh Vear. No. 2.1 i Holiday presents. Dolls dolls dolts. All sizes All prices. We have the largest Stock in the state. Look at our dolls before buying elsewhere. Also a Beautiful variety of gentlemen silk and Linen handkerchiefs appropriate for Holiday presents. Superb Plush and mat Alaise cloaks an acceptable present to any lady. We sell goods at lower prices than any other store in the City and All competent judges admit it. amp co., Corner store fourth and come a Ste. A Cottle of Thompsons mysteriously dam Spoar from their Homes Ono a Brooklyn Clergyman. Flo is supposed to have become to men ted and perhaps has been murdered. Thompson no. 2 wanders from Lincoln is financial demented. The Nance county Tredy. Forth r Kuirt Rorr that the murder of the it or ret Purily trill Idie Tow foul riot. Omaha nm., december cd. A yesterday evening a gent Leman arrived in this City from Nance county in i tin state the scent of last Septen Dier s in plot tragedy resulting in the death of will am Percival his wife Ami two men named Baliti Ami in air. It was Learned flour this gentleman that new facts Are being brought to Light which prove not ouly that fur Nevai the i sleeved party was the murderer but also that he had accomplice. A Caid written in fumes Al hand stating a j will wait until to Morrow evening and set what my chances will was found near where Baird body was discovered. Certain other parties named Edmundson. Miss a cled of knowing somali no about the crime have tied the country Ami another named Kiark is now kept under surveil Ance. Univ a Short tune Agua str Inger appeared in Nance minty who played lire detective role and pretended Loire in search of Fin Lier Al. Ile gathered considerable information about his property and attain and can not now ire found. It is thought that lie came in the interest of the murderer and has Given him the Benefit of his knowledge. The impression generally prevails that tile murder was committed for hire for certain unknown parties who May some Day inherit Iverc Ivair a prospective Fortune. Disgruntled Mercury. Tit weather shown snap and Agata pop Telow 7. Re. Chica on Iii., december 23. Weather throughout the West and Northwest which has been steadily growing Milder Ainee ves Ter Day is again growing much colder. Omaha schedules seventeen it Green below Zero this morning of. Putti three below Dubuque five below Fargo titty two below Winni veg forty seven below. The temperature Here is fourteen degrees above hut steadily falling. Heavy snows Arn re pulled in Colorado and Northern Montana and Dakota. We Hita Kan. Doce Miter 23.�?the coldest wave of the is a it of parsed Over this City yesterday. The Mercury ranged Down to six degrees a Low Zero ice five inches thick is being Cut along the Little Arkansas River and there is a Light fail of Snow. Sioux City 1a., december 23. Snow fell Pearly All Day yesterday. This morning the thermometer foil to Twenty two degree below Zero but subsequent y moderated and at two p. In. Was sixteen degrees below. I Den. A night ohe., december 23. A a second Snow storm began at noon to Dav rag lug w Ith great violence. Trains on the Oregon ii i ii Way navigation ii it it a let Are still impelled. A train Load of Pis Negev is snowed no Between Dallas and cascades. Eix engines Veitii five Hundred men and provisions were sent to their Rescue. The blockade Iii the Kooky mountains prevents trains from running on the Northern Pacific. Expo sit on Accident. An Iron Fram a re c at the new Orleans Kip action a los or i. Be. New Orleans december 22.�?three Hundred feet of flu Iron Frame work of a Large hotel erected in the West main exposition building fell with a terrible Crish yesterday. Frank Green coloured of Nashville was instantly killed Albert freeze of Michigan was mortally wounded and James Carroll of Chicago severely injured internally. Kiter amp Connolly of Pittsburgh were the contractors. The Foreman in charge of the building or. Miller said it was the most narrow escape from de Atli he had Ever witnessed in his life on the part of forty and Odd workmen who were on the building. Most of the men were at work inside the building. Those on top were Frank Green the dead Man Janus Carroll Albert Freese a Quot uis in Curtis and n. Lemm re a a. They All f la a it a he v Gecta ble Garden on Walnut Avreet. The distance the Iii ii fell was sixty and forty five feet. Fret be was at the greatest height and Green who was killed was just next to him. _ the n w i Iii in ii it i reel. Coffeyville Kan., december 23.�?an adjourned meet no of tin Oklahoma colonists was Belli at tin Southern Kansas land Agency yesterday. It was determined to Send a detachment of determine i explorers at once to the Oklahoma country who will select the in eligible j Points fir future settlement. It was also determined to begin the publication of a weekly newspaper temporarily at tins place to be called the Oklahoma la Joiner at the Price of one Dollar per annul. Tin vice president read a letter from sen Dor plumb dated Washington december 12, giving his views on the status of the id an territory and Oklahoma in parti car Winch was received with great applause. Chi Gajju i unit grabber. Omaha neb., december22.�?some Days ago Tho United states grand jury indicted fifteen men. Residents of Chicago for having made fraudulent Homestead land entries in Brown county. Neb. Each one of these men took up one Hundred Aud sixty acres amt then transferred their claims to another pm to. Ai i Nuder indictment by whom they had been engaged for this work. United Stile marshal a Nellums is now Inch in go to look it tile indicted parties who will to brought he e for trial. Tile names of the Parte can not he Learned As the it refuse to divulge them until Aire. Ate made. _ a t fur lie in Aii a a. For. Smith auk., december 22.�?mason Holcomb has been convicted of the murder of Frantz Siegel Fisher and is the third for the Gallows furnished during Tho present term of he United states court. Holcomb and Fisher were making Hay for a government Centi actor Iii the Chickasaw nation last july and one evening got drunk and seeing a drove of wild Tut keys Fisher wanted Llo comb pistol to shoot with. A Dit Liou to ensued and Holcomb shot Fisher Aud tin ii tied to Kentucky his old Home whither Fisher blotter followed and arrested him. Cheapest and Best the celebrated Whitebreast Iowa. It soft Coal. S old Only by a. D. Clancy 15 ilk mmk., Ham us. Til i it til i it try tiled. Coli Mia mo., december 23.�?on saturday afternoon at Stephens store a Village twelve East of Here in Callaway county an altercation occurred Between j. E. Hoige White and Peter Howland coloured in Witeli tile latter was shot by the former with a pistol and killed. Hodge is a Farmer of the Vicinity. Tun trouble arose about a of Rowland whom Hodge had hired As a Sei Vaut and whom some Days ago he punished tor Aud insolence. An Init Tini it Rule. East Bradys pm december 23.�?on last Friday Matthew Butler a Coal Miner who was said to be insane at the time attacked his wife for some fancied wrong and beat her in such a brutal manner that is e died last night from file injuries indicted. Buller has been an i no let us lie a tone hit if. The Stock of Wall paper curtain goods frames pictures Etc recently belonging to Vav. J. Stone amp son has been taken Possession of by the mortgagees and will be old at Greasy minced prices at retail for the next ten Days. At the end of that time the Stock remaining will be sold at Public Allerton. 99. Henry n Lei phone. Or. Brander the merry Anheuser Man has put in a Telephone no. 42�?T>, and invites the people to Call him up when Thev want Beer delivered at their houses. Any reputable physician will foil Yon that tis a summer beverage an Houser Hoer is a Virv Good thing. Novel presents if you want to make a Good bargain in buying Christmas presents go to f. Roses trunk factory 114 North 5th for to trunks and shopping satchels. Thompson no. I. New York december 23.�?the Brooklyn to ice were yesterday aka to look up Rev. John it. Thompson pastor of Grace m. E. Shuich on seventh Avenue who has been missing since december 8. fact of his disappearance was kept a secret by i family and tile tru ties of the Church As Long As there was any Hope that he would return. Tho matter was quietly Given to Pinkerton detectives but their to find any Trace of the missing clergymen lies induced the latter f oilily to invoke flu Aid of the police. On sunday morning two weeks ago or. Thompson who had been in ill health wanted to preach at the service in his Church. The trustees noticed he was nervous and his Eves were wild looking and they induced him no to preach. When he went Bono he told his wife he had a severe i a Alae to. He said he had been invited to spend the evening at a friends House and he thought he would go. His wife thought Hie visit might do him Good and cheerfully consented lie kissed her and a Little Golden haired daughter cried out a Good Ine p a come soon Quot a he closed the door behind him. Ile called at the Friend House and acted strangely and late in the evening said he was going to new York. He left the House and that was the last seen of him. Tile n it morning Iii wife became worried about him. And when a Telegraph Liny rang Tho Bell and handed her a in from her husband dab d new York which stated he intended going to Bati More at once to attend the methodist to ent eurial conference in session that a Eek. She began to suspect j that Soui thug was wrong. The pro j gramme Laid out Lur the conference in Baltimore included an address by or. I ii on the 12th inst. Ile did not go 1 to . A search for it in was then i instituted and proving unfruitful Ute matter was p aced in the hands of Pinkerton de j Teeth Agency. Or. Thompson is Only j thirty two years old. He was never in robust health Ami overworked him self by constant study. His friends j in september last. Invited him to go to Europe but he said lie would stay and work for or. Blaine. He made several clo 1 quent speeches during the Campa i. The trustees of the Church did not object to his i jail tical course but deemed it unwise for i the gifted Young Clergyman to overwork himself. He has been regarded for tile list live years As the and most eloquent met Berof the methodist Eui Scop i j . Or. Thompson lid no bad Ham us of any kind was devoted to his family and 1 was not in debt. It is not believed that or. I Thompson went to Europe As no Money j has been drawn flout the Bank where his account is key get. I friends fear that in a demented condition he crossed Over to this. City fell in with the roughs of water James or Roosevelt streets Aud was Niue Deled tor what few dollars lie May have i Hail Al it oui ins person. A Reward of is out for info Uia tion a it to his whereabouts is offered by Grace Church. Thompson no. 2. Lincoln ned., december 23.�?mr. J. A. Thorn on Well known in Lincoln Lias mysteriously . Thompson Felt his f oilily Aud the City about two weeks since and no one has yet heard from him. for an estate and was ordered by Hie court to Over $35. Ooi. At first it was Sii it posed lie had left because lie could not comply with ibis order. Investigation shows however that if his affairs were properly presented to the court no such sum is due til Cash much of it being in judgments Ami accounts. Besides if he had left on that account his Finui y would Likely have some knowledge of him. They have no idea where he is. The accepted theory is that he is not in his right when lie left Home and that lie Bas either Teri hed in the cold or by his own band. Juicers have no Trace of him though he left Lincoln in some kind of a Road convey Atlee. Force and serve warrants regardless of the consequences lits Luces Are sufficient i enable hint to Tike the offensive. Although of a much smaller number than the his hum arc much mole , being mostly americans and leading citizens of the county of the two forces meet a regular Bailie will be fought. The Gnu filet must to in a Day or two. Of the she Ritus pos it a should be red ted to time Row and any injured it dotted make War to the knife. Every Man in traverse is a Deputy Simi Iii. The motto is a a la each if a Force ii a Telegram has been received i rom the United mates marshal to Tho effect that the Deputy marshal is on the Way with warrants for the Nerret of All to lose engaged in overhauling the mail. The governor w ill furnish ail Hie assistance to have the punished to the fullest extent of the Law. be court Martiale. Washington december 23. Sergeant Otto Ilal North of the signal service recently sent West by the Secretary of War in search of Howgate has returned Ami been i relieved from duty. It is alleged 11 ii not Tii Obi filled information which Indue Al Tim Secretary of War to Send him As a detective by Rilling lieu pliant freely private papers. Ile is to be Ltd Ouri Martiale. An at to min i Airn it. Tort Jervis n. Y., in Comber 23.�?a shanty in this Village caught tire and a Granny begin at d ninety the sole occupant was Tai ii a 11 Crisp. John bulls Nightmare. The Ain a or Iii ant he tattle internal m u Llin i win isor. London december 22.�? fire broke out in the parcel office of the Windsor railway station saturday and burned rapidly fora while but was ii extinguished. Among tile debris found were some brass wheels and bottles supposed to contain explosives. They Are thought to be the Lein Ains of an infernal . No clue to the person who left tile machine. Noticed loitering about Friday was believed to Virit. Finding himself enter the Royal Palace an i the Queen having gone to Osborne an i thinking his designs frustrated lie took the machine to the railway station to rid himself of it. Tile affair cause great excitement. The wheels found were similar to those found Iii machines used in tile outrages at \ Ictoria 1�?~addiiigtoii, Ami other stations Aud Are of the cheap american pattern. A tin can contain no a dark Leluti Yeotis subs Nee was i found and its contents Are now being Analysed. A fuse made of Cotton Aud saturated with alcohol protruded from the neck of tin bottle. A broken quart Bot in which h id recently contained rectified spirits was also found in close j proximity. It is believed the fuse inst and of igniting tile Nitro Glycerine ignited the other in Flat Vinable articles. Colonel Maudies chief inspector of explosives is making a i careful examination. I he Man noticed j about Tho station is of est ribbed As having the appearance of an american j Sallow faced an i wearing a my tache. Our nun i it in neighbors. a foreigner the station be the Cul unable to til feel a c Lii tried his. Rochester pa., december 22.�?officer Isaac Lazarus has captured a boy who i Suju Vised to i the original Charley Ross. A lad about fifteen yeas of age went into in Ltd real estate Vilice of hoist a or Moody this morning and applied for a situation but As he pm d not or would not give in or nation concern it himself or where he came from until questioned by a detective be was taken in charge by officer Lazarus who afterwards ii Aid his True history which corresponded with that of the lost Charley Ross that the officer has taken him Home and Tel car plied to or. Ross to come of at once to id Emit his inst boy. Bob county bluster. The faction to it let it county dak., Ippert temporarily to Gay a blizzard. Traverse d. T., december 23.�?the situation remains unchanged since last evening. A blizzard has been since yesterday and it is extremely cold. Tile thermometer was Twenty degrees below Zeto at noon. Traverse has scouted the county for arms and sufficient have been gotten. Men from All parts of tile county Are constantly arriving despite the cold weather. Tho Cilicia is feel relieved. Headquarters Are at the court House where the Register of Dee has removed the records. It is thought a sufficient Force is on hand to safely keep diem. The san Milf having a Suilin Lieut Force to secure tile safety it traverse will to Siuw with a posse attempt to make some Aire to. Of i in w ii take the whole pm i Iii Ai. Herman Kiper has returned from new you k. Senator Ingalls and miss Ethel Ingalls returned to the City to Day. Shake hands with j f. Tufts son. L. J. Whittemore Topeka Henry Anderson England t. B. Wash Btu a Chas. A Den Holton jus. S. Shuji Ert Texar Etna w. P Devon Lawrence e e. Jennings Cincinnati p. G l we Heyworth. And t. J. King Davenport Are at the Byram. If you with to present our wife Witti a handsome cloak tie sure to see those at Loewen Ghergo a before y in Purchase they Are handsome Aud cheap. 94 the Hest assorted display of candies nuts and fruits at Voight amp Luth a new grocery 725 commercial Street. Of. w Ine. By common consent the wine manufactured by George Brenner at Doni Phan Kansas is better than that shipped into the country and besides this it to perfectly pure and very chem for prices grades etc., address George Bren nor. Doniphan. Kansas Todd Coal 421 come a . Jest dec lived a r awl a imported direct. Vii Mitchiner Holland firings a Valkoff Svi a Lite hoop Lio Luidl Farr a go a extra Kine a new �?T84 spiced Herrings 8we< t spiced in tick Las o Umeru and to Earv receive d daily of i n i flirt Iii Thi Lii in Ninn to ii sit Tim inn hint la . Ottawa ont. December 22. The provincial government of i or i i ii Columbia Lins received inh mation of the murder Ltd a commercial traveler named Baird neat Golden City. Baird was travelling tot Eddy Hammond co., of Victoria who Oiler a Reward of for the Cali Theof the murderers. Baird was known to have 84,500 of Lite firm Money Winch was stolen by his Assai ills. Olden it is situated on lie sect my co sing of co limb a River where a Large Mug of it Bilianis ate at work for the Canadian l�?Taeiii-1 Kaw it. Who. It is thought know something of the murderers. Tim government has in Olk cers to scene of the murder to Endeavor to bring the guilty parties to Justice. til la x no Al. Us Whalen a iritis i cot Tibia Indian Lins been Schten cd to be hanged at Victoria on the 24th of february tor timing one of the indians who clubbed an Indian named Juke to death at Cedar ii la a Short time since. Tit re Are Al j r sent three it prisoners in the i Dona jail limn r sentence of death. Rogers who murdered a brother guard in the pen Feu Dary is to to hanged on the 28th of january and the sle Uia Indian hold. Is to be hanged on Tim 24th of february with sul Shalein for the murder of the trader Yeomans. I Puhl Simno the Orange riots. The British Iii i of War Toledo has been Lisp itched to Grace new Lou Udland in anticipate on of a repetition of the Orange riots w Inch took a it Ace there . Staph Tim nay last. December when during the March of the Orange procession through the town five orangemen were killed by a . Owing to the Strong ill Renee of tin parties arrested in the comm in to their w As not secured. A not her to Ial was brought on and is now in Jungles Iii Nineteen of t ii Nae accused of having been ringleaders in the which murdered the orangemen Are being tried. Advices from Harbor Grace state that the sectarian animosities kindled by the events which Rietl to the present trials Are giving Rise to fresh outrages Oil both sides. Tho orangemen at Harbor Grace have announced their attention of again Maiv Bing on . Stephen Day the 20ih of december and As the of bitterness Between tile catholics and orangemen is daily growing stronger it has been deemed advisable by the government to Send a War vessel to prevent a Recu Rettice of the tragedy which terminated the Orange demonstration of i est year. Pilgrims to a Sac red shrink. Q or kit pc december 22.�? pilgrims to Tho shrine of Bonne m. Anim the past season numbered <> A voracious River. The Mississippi Cating tip the a Quot Vest new Ort an a Dang r ahead. New Orleans la., december 22.�?the High northerly winds together with the rain of the preceding Day caused great havoc along the West tank of the River. Tile washing of the water against the Steep Bank caused much erosion and the result was a general caving in of Lim Matture for tile d stance of from Oue pm of to three quarters of a Mike Between the plantations of messes. Bell and Antes nearly Objio Ito the exposition grounds. The levee t tis far remains intact but Tim caving in of the land in front extended alarmingly near to the base of the cart ii work and exposes it to Tim full and Jwj Wuerful action of the River the current of which sets in toward the Bank at flus Point. Recent sound a have devel Bojied the fact that Tim entire West Bank of the River in Parish is in a very precarious comb Ion owing to the great depth of Ilia water immediately in front of the levees where it vaties from fifty to ninety feet in depth lit float of an almost Jie cml Zeular Bank. A be. Ions Cave i at golds 1 Oro and about seventy Tive f it of track the o <1 single track incline an i a portion of the wharf of the Texas a ilk Iii Kidron i company were washed away. An unusual amount of to us e with the levees is looked for during the Coin no , Tim danger for the most part lits on the West Bank of the River. Turner Ltd girl Tow. Tile following programme will be ret derail at the concert Given by hic Turners at turn r Hall on Christmas night. December 25ih, by pit Iii pcs orchestra assisted by or. Louis Slapper. Or. Joseph Philipp director Call i. I. Overture a a a fest a a c. Bach i Phil ii i it a a orchestra 2 Culver polka sol to or. It. Stel Haua r. Ii. Yourn. 8. Alpen scene Solo or Tut a pop i chill p 4. A night at a Aram i no sol Staliper loud Slapper Tai t ii. 5 overture. 6 sounds from he i a a Cornet 8 to Roca u ii Yourn 7. Sing tog Al Hen p Tkal a Tut Solo \vei-3 pm Iii i 8 ans tem flan in in Well faint i Iruh Ria i something m u which in ii Faes i cd hey in Atchison into far la fir. I line i i hit a i Hilt try. Or. A. A. A. U it. A r r i he p in its b Jot and Ria be store. C hied at us 0 lit. Yesterday and a Xii b i tit i Quot wan Ken pm a Quot led to she a. A i Lier it a p 11 r f slum.-, id or. Ii it 11j t it a tossed la in on the 1 Tat in in. A. a llo., a we Lull i b Loag been a i Ter Ped have it la t obtained. Von will observe that they Ara of a common sent Quot Putti a Low Heel and la ibo sob. I it Shaw a of the Solo is different from the tot at. Shoe sold m a Iii in ii is made t or Mise and eos Forand to lit the 1 Ila Ochoa sex ii i til cd by or. Bartlett is i it to us a continue Eue Arlich Aud every i by in Aio ii should visit i lie kit and put Idem it Evvs on the a Onalik t it i it is to sit a Ltd car nun it a. It tired in Rochester n w York Aud sold in this City Only by i fief a is. Lite in. V common sense pattern i also used m shoes Lor melt. In this Eoute Etinne we desire to state that every purport Pur Hasnig goods to the amount of one d dear will Lefe Ivea chalice Iii the grand annual a Ekle which takes place on january 1st. L Ite pet son who shall hold the Lucky or prize number can have their Choice Between a sewing machine or a Mammoth , Worth $80. The Mac i no Aud musical instrument tire now on exhibition tit the store Aud everyone who makes a Purchase should not forget to ask for a numbered ticket entitling them to a Chance in Ute annual lottery. A Fine line of men goods have just been received from e Stern Nia Quac terbers. There is nothing new in Tho Boot and shoe line which cannot to found at Bartlett k on in. Hot i Roll a Gen. Sche arguer of Hie a Little narrow gauge place of r 11, at Hie earlier or second and main just not the of Tho Union depot makes a specially of Ai the Pii Tabio hot drinks. Or. S. Isa great artist in his it make y a i it own i it Ltd a. This is i Hsitu it iou at Levin Downs. Thir Stock is too Larye arid mum be reduced. Call in Aud see if this is not True. As is generally known Levin dawns have the largest Slock of Holiday goods Ever opened in Ute weal indeed it. Is Loo Dirge and they Are becoming alarmed. Therefore for the next three Days you can get Fine goods at their store at your own Price. Their Stock is to it Large to carry Over and the goods must be disposed of at some Price. This is Plain talk and they mean business. Tim principal re of Why there Are in my prosperous mechanics to. Atchi Ison is that they save a Large proportion of their wages by int Cli sing groceries and provisions of Milo for wok. A Monkey unroll of Hor . Dublin feral not Long ago a gentleman who lather prided huns if on a very Siad if Hunters found that Iii a hoi did no appear properly a i by their Nihil est. One of Tho grooms on Bein. i to keep a strict watch. Ii overed t ii it a tame to Sonkoy Baun im., t it the Lions is a acc ast Oil Quot i to ii i of til it ii in a a to in a almost ail i ii., ii. A i in than i rom taking sufficient est. Iii must a Oil i. V Ria Insp Ark n e for mini in i b in a is ii the a Monkey on o his in Munshi to ice Decd in curia. . o ins love of in it \ a Iii next Tim that tha hounds in t he i t fit Monk y Jet into a id Hunting suit and Ca j by a All up to the Saddle of b Moat spirit i Hunu and took him Sawato die Mei. When the lox was i of a i toe h a prick i up his cars at the a mud and Start ii Oil at once. Xii a Iii ase hip Pound to be a Jouand severe one the Mousey of Cou from his ii of. Wad lit being fur Abend of til it Iliia a Hunta . A countryman who was coming from Tho direction the Fox had taken was interrogate i by som it of til sportsmen who had been i Brown out As to Tho position of the Hunt Aud told them that the Fox was to Kin Quot tired but that none of the huntsmen were near except a Little gentleman n a yellow Jadot win. Took i aps Beautiful a. Bure enough. M a it r Jacko was in it the death but ii i i it it by any Means aviator the Honor. After the Fox h id a killed Thor was a Long ride Homo again by the col of which time the Monkey vim. Tao a Auhoy wearied out. A t r this experience to was never known t a a hours n sip l of Laie tor it i Rostz on Friday last. A new k Nodland a it Iii Roe in Otlis will it i e Lri get a. it re met an Chin Ile Ani will be i this return. it d15 in ii As ave new to 1 it v Yeow m v bar Hor Bilic Al Reward to and Nae Relur dug him to me . 91 f a i Ipiniu Trull -11 ukr me pomelo a Coal office. A Jud lbs Oak a 111 la l. One nigh in Only wednesday evening Dee. 24th. Us segment with the a Little electric b Vii Ery a Lizzie Evans supported by tup. Talent old Young com Edi in Harry Warren v us in p Scep j a Day Stron i v Unju a i it it i Alla ii in a ulna tic it i died it i on a Dewdrop a Admi hut. 25 5c, me., 7 c. . Ltee or no in Nti now on a. St tue guru a. Electric Light m pm g six it a he w it he he o he pm he o w a w Ixion of Xoa a the Newby Al Atchison Kansas. The i i it h t a a i state 8 i l 4 in. A. Re. a d s., in r eau Sci. . Moskow to i it i a fro a fit Quot m it <41 modern an ii 4 it in -sy4 not Al Rutrle i Iii i Rev Orst. No noise no flickering no m a re d i k and 1> agy stores. X. C uis umers c cd 4ut to tit off a i i. Ink i. a a Iii Ieti i3 i. It Pepi a i. I there be Luht. Sour contracts no orc. E. Flt. Sik h kit Sojit second Ai .1 Lommert a streets or the it ram. Les q

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