The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 213, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 8, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Light
BEST PREYEHTATIYE OP CHOLERA!
Harry Baum's Whiskey
Volume V. Number 213.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1885.
Only $5 a Year.
for All Kinds Of
A Untile Of
Harry Baum'c Whiskey.
The ItfKlnnlritf of Itio Pctionl ftcajmii It iH
fine nwortincnt r BOYS' ISCHOOL
rut (im1itl-n nml ntylci nnvr In hop. V
Boys' and Girls
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Ihoy lunlntr 1
uplctr. Tliifc piHVa
Ifa'CCKenniuuToJ'v. n. suit ill
Fire Marine $ Tornado Insurance
wr. UKi'itiisr.NT Tnnomi.mwiNo iu.maiim; companies!
Nnrtlieru Amurnnre Comimnjt of Kiiglnmt
Uummcrrlkl Union Amui-aiico Coiiiimny nf Kngtjml
Iinrlal Fir Ituurance Cuinpni))' of JKiiglftinI
LnnritflilreIniurHnoe Coinpuiir of Knelnnil
rhrrnlx AMtirnttce Compiiny of 1 :! ml
liiaiiranre Company nf North .Aniorlcn of riiltAilrlpiilft. .
I'll n tils Irmurunre Compuny of lliirtfortl Crm
I'IkpiiIx Iimumnre CVuipinjr. of ltrtwk1yn N V
Ainrlrnn Central Iiiflurmic Conipftny if St. I out Mo.
Over Rlsctio's Cigar Store 276 Commerce. Street.
BE SURE AND CALL ON
44 W. COMMERCE STREET
CLOTHING GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATS k
Main and Military Plaza? San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR.. PROPRIETOR
CninenU'Tit to lumln
J. H. MARQUART
BOOT al SHOE
I liuve on hand live hundred of tbo following elytra of Una hand nml linino mnile
goods: 1'rlnco Albert Cnir the Oxford Tie fino Calf low quater Strap 'I'll- Three
riiittim Oxford Kill and Newport tie Kill nil of Ilium low quater goods which will
ho eolil at the reduced rate or live dollars per pair.
Will fell you n ISnot or Bhoo Home and Hand Made. My stock la superior to
any In the State. Ten thousand dollars worth of ready hand made goods to tie
closed out lit prices lower than heretofore known. This oiler Is for tho next 30
days. Call early and ho convinced.
Fine Custom Work a Spoolalty. No. 17 Solodad st. op. Oourthouso.
L I M E
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Wholesale and Retail.
Thomas Goggan & Bro.
Galveston and San A.ntonio
4 iwi uiiri ii'B urn iMiriresi mock or an hum
of any Iiouau in tho Smith. . U)MlKriTION
Call or soud for UaUlojrun of Price
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of Commerce and Losoya Streets.
iSri.unoh and Meals at nil hours. Everything served In First-Clan Style.
Follto waiters In attendance 7-2S-Cm
- wr ill hanJ We li.it u Jmt rwrlwJ
CLOTHING which cinlrtuis tho
i-m r them rluii.er tluin nnjr
nlwn)jrlvrn full Mtlr.tct Inn
tin iirnl thin tnu r kit. Ourlmr to
rtmin nml Inn v tmirltttl iliiwii
Telephone Ko. 185.
F. W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
201 20) AND 205 S. ALAMO ST. COR. VILLI T A
HAM ANTONIO TEXAS.
Wo arc Wholesale and Kctatl Dealcriln Austin
Whlto Lime Host I) rands of Dark lLosendalo and
Imported English Portland Cements Plaster of
Paris and Lonj Goat Jlalr and would ask ou to
call or write us for prices heforo purchasing- eleo
where Pleaso mention this paper.
or Miisteat instruments und Musical Runpllei
IN QUALITY" TVLK AND PlllC'K DkHkI)
Rogular Session Yesterday After
The Small-Poi Epidemic Precautions to
be Taken The Report of tho Finance
Committee What Was Done With It.
The City Council met In regular
slon yesterday afternoon. There were no
absentees except Alderman Mnenrh.
After the minutes of the last meeting
had been read and approved ft illscus-
slon ensued by Alderman French and
Ills Honor the Mayor relative to the
financial condition of the clly and ic-
garding the liabilities of the former ad-
mlnlstrnllon This dlcuaslun tieliitr nut
of order It whs concluded and regular
business wns proceeded with.
Alderman Gallagher moved that the
Council adjourn as a mark nf respect to
the late Major Kauipmann. This was
withdrawn by Alderman Gallaghcraflcr
petition from F. Krlsch asking fur a
reduction of assessment was referred to
the Assessment committee.
l'etttlon from citizens living on Carr's
hill for water. Granted.
Petition from John Schucli claiming
damages jto property caused by tho ex-
tension of Josephine street lteferrcd
to Streets ami Ilrldgcs committee and
Petition from dealers In hay asking
tliat the ordinanco limiting the storage
of hay la the fire limits to bOUO pounds ho
repealed. Laid over.
Petition of J. Labatt asking for nn
Investigation Into his arrest for storing
hay In the fire limits laid over. Petition
from citizens complaining of two bridges
erected by S. W. Ilrackenrldge across
the San Antonio Ktver Spring!. In-
ferred to Streets and Ilrldgcs co.nmltteo
and City Attorney
Communication from San Antonio Gns
company asking that 23.000 feet of mains
ordered be located. Deferred.
Petition fromJuan Diaz for permission
to peddle without a licence. Granted.
Letter from Judge Wurzbaoli and
Dr. Chew relative to the small-
pox published In yesterday's
LiuiiT recommending tliut a sys-
tem of quarantine be established
against the section Infected with small-
pox. After considerable discussion as
to the action the county should take In
the matter It was finally agreed that
the Mayor should confer with the
county authorities and do whatever wns
necessary to prevent the malady from
Tho reports of city officers for the
month of August were read and referred
tu their regular committees.
The Hoard of Health reported on the
resolution regarding the handling and
curing of hides within the city limits
nnd declared that the handling and cur-
ing of dry hides was not Injurious to
health but the handling nnd curing of
green hides Is highly Injurious nnd re-
commended the removal of such estab-
lishments for such purposes within the
rlty to a point west of the Ahizun creek.
It was referred to the Committee on
Petitions and Ordinances In conjunction
with tho City Attorney.
The suggested amendment of section
2 ot the privy ordinanco was unfavor-
ably reported on.
Communication from Street Commis-
sioner asking for an additional appropri-
ation of carts foremen and laborers;
six additional carts six laborers nml
also two foremen. Keferrcd to Finance
committee and Committee on Streets
An appropriation of $100 dollars was
made tor certain street Improvements:
(craping the Iron on Houston street
nriuge aim cutting urusu on rrobunut
and Flores street.
A communication was received from
the Street Commissioner complaining of
neing om oi gravel to use on tne streets.
Referred to Committee on Streets und
The appropriation fur plows and
tempers having become exhausted the
matter was referred to tho Streets and
The Finance committee reported
through Colonel lielknap that the re-
ports of the various officials had been ex-
amined and found correct.
The petition of Charles Johnson ask-
ing to be refunded S2I CO paid by him
for damage to a back was reported un-
favorably on tbo part pf tho city deny-
ing nnv llabllltv.
The janitor was granted $5 a month
tor uorse iorage.
Colonel Belknap then renuested tier
mission to make the following yoluntary
To tho Mayor and (lentlcmcii of tho City
In order that this board may be fully
conversant with the finances of the city
your finance committee oeg leave t
make the following statement
On Rcptember 1 the City
following amount of
money In nu
special fund of llio city
Intact the follnwlnir
amount Is rcnutrcli
t-orniicclulorsliikliiKrumlt 17.IUI :tl
Korllosur county ruml. . yu.uio 10
For school fun. I ;ul "1'J
for public Improvement
rumi n.au m
1'or cemetery fund uini k!
Total amount rcouirct f 131231 1
Tliercroro to mnko Hi!
umoiint I lie Treasurer
will rctpilro .OJ Ml
Since Fobruary 1 the city government
has been paying Its current expenses by
the uso of short time notes to bo can
celled March 1 IsSU. out of the revenue
then coming due for this fiscal year. To
date $40000 of these notes have been Is-
this month.whlch will make the fSO.000
fur the eight months of this year and
still leave us $10000 for October Novem
ber December and January the entire
11 months of the year. Our first note
for $20000 was Issued In Julr- our sec
ond note $20000 was Issued In August-
making the $10000 Issued to date.
These notes are Shearing 10 and 8 per
cent interest and should the remainder
of the notes be Issued as required the
olty will have paid not to exceed $5000
Interest on monies required for the gen-
eral fund which will be some $2000
saving on the old form of anticipating
taxes by a rebate or 10 percent We
find In October 1881 some $G9O00 taxes
were raid: the rebate Su.oon.
Your committee have reason to be
lieve tuat tue policy of the Counoll as
now In practice the only one that ran Im
followed out and at the same time retain '
the monies In tho special fund always
subject to the orders for which they
Your committee recommend the Issue
nfthew $lo.i m notes and the amount
required $i'.Ui;.:i:i: bo placed to the
credit of the special funds thereby mak-
ing them Intact.
t'hilrman Finance Committee.
A. 1 I.OCHMtHJl
Hanh I. Dkukmii.
This report was adoptrd.
The Committee on Streets and llridges
recommended the appropriation of f'JOO
for the employment nf tho usual number
or plows nnd scrapers. Adopted.
The Fire committer reported fntnr-
alilv on I he petitions ofSehreliier Hugh
.McDcrmntt John Werner mid thnrles
Camiihell Itosenhehner tu erect lumber
nnd (run-clad buildings.
Tho Dlteti committee recommended
tho appropriation of f 10 be .made tn
allow the Commissioner nn the ent shin
u comply with tho requirement of
ranch ditches. Adopted Also tho
sum of $ln wax appropriated tn put the
Concepclon ditch In good condition.
The Police committer reported that
tho monthly reports of the various otll-
cers were eorrect.
lhe net ton for remiss on of linn In-
Mr. Frederlch wns rejected.
Mr. C. II. Wilson was refunded $1 in.
pound fees on two horses.
The report of tho committee on tho
two officers recently tried for violating
puncu rrK"iauoo was llliopicil aniline
police regulations section 0 was
amended so as to prevent polloe officers
from receiving gratuities of any descrip-
tion. lhe (las nnd Water committee reenm.
mended tho payment of several gas bills.
Tho Ma) or reported that the cite lout
been sued by the Klectrlo Light company
nnd also by Mr. Umscheld for property
on Losirjo street.
'lhe .Market committee reported tho
Market Master's account had been ex-
amined nnd found coirect. An appro-
priation of $100 wns made to repair the
An extension of a bu Ihllniron cltr urn.
perty at tho comer of Acequla nnd
liomana streets was granted.
The Petition of Jose Gonzales in nor.
chase a strip of city property on Losoyo
W. Slgfrled's petition to oner n m.r.
ket on Dolan street was rejected.
i.cuik nerirnuii ami rrui scliuclinrt
ere granted permission to open butcher
On motion of French the Council then
Cubans Loyal to Spain.
IIavam September 7. About KI0
persons ntlcnded a meeting at the Span-
Uh Casino yesterday which had been
called to take action In connection with
the seizure of lhe Carolines by Germany.
I'.ntliustastlc speeches were made pledg-
ing the lives mid property or the citizens
of Cuba In support or the Spanish Gov-
ernment In ense nf war. A merchant In
the name of the merchants of Havana
ollcred $.M0(00 towards purchasing men-of-war.
A resolution was adopted urg-
ing traders to suspend relations with
Germany whilo negotiations are pend-
ing. A procession wns then formed nml
inarched totho palace and the President
and Directors or the Casino called on the
Captain-General nnd Informed him of
the action of the meeting. The Cnptnln-
General thanked them and said that If
war uroi.o out the Germans would not
to Spain but might come tn Culm. In
which event he was prepared in defend
the Island from German aggression nnd
bu counted on their support anil that of
all the people of Cuba. The gntherlng
mapcrscu jieaceuniy alter giving cheers
for Spain King Alfonso and the Cap-tain-General.
A portion of tho crowd
passeil In front of the German consulate
repeating the cheers for Spain and King
Alfonso. Tho Consulate Is gnarded. A
committee from the political party
known as "Union Constitutional" and
the commander of tho numerous volun-
teer corps have ottered their services to
the Captain-General and the National
government. Tho press of Havana Is
highly Indignant over the Carolines
nuairnnu puuno excitement is Intense.
The Presldent-The Chinese.
WAsmxmox September 7. Presi-
dent Cleveland arrived here nt 8 o'clock
this morning. Tho President's cnrrlage
was In waiting at the depot nnd ho wns
driven to the Whlto llouso where nfler
breakfasting he settled down nt once to
work. Tho President who Is well tanned
by tho sun and who appears much Im-
proved by his trip says he has had an
excellent tlmo and has enloved perfect
health. He has not been 111 a single day
since no icii nun is al u loss 10 unuer
stand how the reports of his serious sick
Mr. Chln-Chln the young Secretary of
ine imucse legntion ipeaaing lor tne
Chinese Minister snld to an Associated
Press reporter to-night that nothing
would be done by the representative of
tne inineso uoverninent here in the
matter of the recent massacre of the
Chinese nt Itock Springs Wyoming un
til a report oi ine occurrenco uau oeen
received from the Chinese Consul at San
Francisco When such report Is re-
ceived he said the nuestlon of bringing
the cast to the attention of the Govern-
ment would be considered. Thus far
there lias been no correspondence upon
tho subject between the Mlnliters and
tue consul in nan rrancitco. t ne re-
turn of the Minister to Washington he
added wns not because of this trouble
but simply beoauso his vacation was at
The Rock Springs Trouble.
Ciikvenne September 7 The ShcrlU
of Sweetwater county has arrested 22
of the supposed leaders of the Hock
Springs riot. Including Isaiah White
house member-elect or the legislature.
They were taken to the Green Itlver
county utniitall and will have a pre.
llmlnnrtr lB.rk l M. .
rests will follow. Thn chartres nimlnit
the prisoners are murder arson rioting
and robbery. The ruins or Chinatown
uave not yet ueen searched and no more
dead bodies have been discovered. It Is
estimated now that the number killed
will be about 60 Including several who
died or their wounds In the surrounding
bills. All the Chinamen at work In the
Almy oonl mines near Kvanston num
berlng 400. have been taken to the lat.
ter place under escort or United States
troops. A Galling gun was sent from
here to Kvanston to-day. The military
are under command of Colonel Ander-
son of the Ninth United States Infan-
try stationed at Itock Springs Kvan-
ston nnd Almy guarding the company's
jiroperly. No further trouble is appro-
Tho only cigarettes which do not
stlok to the lips are Opera Pull's tf
The Pistol Mutt Co-Tho Old Alcalde's
Still Hunt Dengue Foer ie.
At htiv September 7 ltwS.
'..Illor Kan Anliinlol.litlit:
John Watts a prominent saloon man
nns tried by a Jury Ibis morning In the
Itecnrdcr's court nnd lined $.V) and costs
for the pleasure of carrying a IS calibre
It la said a citizens' meeting will
huMicId In the nenr future for the pur-
pose of nominating a Ma) or.
Ooternor Ireland has about recovered
from the dengun nnd Is nttendlng to
huslnesH. The Old Alcalde returned
homo this morning after a still hunt
lie sajs ho found several hundred letters
here on bis return soliciting him to run
lor Governor which ha sns he has no
Idea r doing but nddcil ir tho 20th
Legislature could make no selection be-
tween Ireland Maxey and Terrell In
order to harmonlzo matters he might
under a pressure accept the United
States Scnatorshlp. For Governor the
people hare are divided between Major
llrackenrldgo nnd Judge John Hancock
while General ltoss has some old army
friends who would llko to see him made
tho chief executive officer of Texas
Dr. Dennett one of our most active
Plnslclans. estimates tho number of
tieonlo In thlscltv who arc down with
dengue at 1.000. A representative or
the Houston Post who Is now here
snys the Post Is about to bo sold
to .Messrs. itaiuo anu ratuancr central
railroad officials who will place thn pa-
per under the management of Mr. Tubo
Mitchell late of the St. Louis Globe-
Co one J. h. I)r sk III. nro ector of the
new hotel has gone North to Inspect
KOtuooftho ipmlern hotel buildings of
tne principal ouies.
The friends of Judge Von llosenberg
arc urging him for County Judgo to suc-
ceed Judgo Fillmore who contemplates
Since tho dengue hns become epidemic
hero tho church bells are rang every
hour for the people to take Tobln's
Nat Q. Henderson of the Georgetown
Hrcord. wns In town last week looking
for nn engagement to stump the Stnte
for prohibition. Ho will be offered to
l!v Mr. Carroll of Waco who will
travel with Nat and hold him up as a
terriuio exampia oi intemperance.
About the Colored Schools.
There seems to be nn Impression tire-
vailing that those of us who have Inter
estcd ourselves In the endeavor to ptirgo
tho publio schools of such teachers as
Professor llrown and Miss Harris or
Mrs. llrown have brought charges
against said parties and failed to provo
l'hls Is erroneous. Wu hnvu not failed
to prove our charges for the reason that
ue had never had nn opportunity to
bring nchnrge either special or genernl.
Wo asked Alderman Lock wood for an
Investigation anil after a wrck or 10
days or Inaction In tho matter the
School Hoard summoned witnesses on
afternoon late to appear before
them on the next morning thus srlvlni?
no time sufficient to make specific cliartre
and collect testimony and proof. None of
the witnesses before the School ltonrd
stated anything as If their own know
ledge nut it noes not follow mat tne
could not hnve produced thoso who dh
nnd testimony conclusive It wns their
Intention to otter had time been giving
iiiem lor tuat purposo.
No I Mr. Ldllor. we do not stand be.
fore the public an persons trumping up
charges mat must tail to me ground ioi
want of proof but ns protectors of put).
lie morality who. If given time to make
those cbnrgcs and produce testimony
will bo able to prove sulllclent to utterly
discomfit Professor llrown nnd his Ilk
nnd allies and not .until we have had
that opportunity will we bo satisfied
and feel that we have been treated with
cither Justice or respect
A Test Case
A very Interesting case came up this
morning before the Uecorder which was
made more as a test case than anything
else. Three hack-drivers employed for
Mr. Meyer of the Stook Kxchnngo
saloon were arrested for remaining
alongside the sidewalk In front of the
saloon with their hacks when not en.
gaged or waiting for a load. The ordl
nance prescribes that whep public
vehicles whether hacks drays or others
are not employed or engaged they must
take their stand not less than DO feet
from the sidewalk on the plazas. Olllcer
aiuim arre.teu tuese men anu wuen tue
ease was urougnt into court Mr.
O'llrlen testified that Olllcer Smith bad
had tits rree drinks cut olrat the saloon
because he arrested an old German with
out cause and that this arrest was made
In retaliation by Smith. Olllcer Smith
In turn said that be never drank but
sometimes smoked; tbnt he arrested tbo
old German for being drunk; that the
man nau some money anu next tiay
thanked htm tor making the arrest as
had he not done so all bis money would
have been spent. The attorney for the
defense rnado a very hard speech a
Olllcer Smith and Cltv Attorney
ton retaliated by severely scoring
Messrs. O'llrlen and the three hackinen.
The city won tho case as the hackmtn
were linen each.
The following patents were granted
to citizens of Texas bearing date or
September 1 1SS3 reportee expressly
for this paper by Louis Uagger A Co.
mechanical experts and solicitors of pat
ents Washington. I). C:
J. O. Austin llonhaiu washing ma.
L. K. Illake Kl Paso sinking hydrnullo
M T. llrown Tyler cotton comprrs
T L Chlsholm Sherman motor.
J. 11. Cummins. McKlnney plow.
J. J. klllston llalesborough cotton
J. J Lain Ilrtzos Point tug and hip
tran attachment for harness.
It. L. Price. Forestburg. stalk cutter
T. A. Watson Houston mosquito net
J. G. Wilson Cameron gate.
Cigarette stnokers'nre fcr Onnra Pun
bejcauso they do not stlckto the lips tf
TEXAS TOILET TRIFLE
M A N I V. IT t It KD BOLKLY IIV
J. A. SELBY & CO.
P. O. Box 1 24 Galveston Texas.
tr "Irt auty lie only skin deep" then It Is eminently mwiurr IhattlinsktnshnuM be well
.1 linllcloii.ly carMror. Ilii-oitlnllnir Mils j-H.1tl.-n. la.lle. .m'mn.tantly seeklnir some
iim'IImnI hv wlili h to puriryniiil lieautiry the skin especially that or lhe h.nl. ami face ana
ctMi.cifnt Uni tin. Hinlety many liosirtl ins liato Ih-ii rnl.fiNtiinntheni hy tboshiriMtwcr
of a.lt ert I. hurl tint there I. no lotiirer any ncft for itl.niiiMilnttnent or ilt.mi.t as after Ions
sillily mi.l many priu llcnl tel.. the TKXAH 11)1 1.KT Till f 1.1'. haa prowl to bo a l-erfrat Tax
ami Kiiti-Kt.R Kiiaihi iron A Nil rKI IIRl'TlllRlt rcmovliia; lllotchc l'lmplc and llleln-
l.heii mini Hie Hklo nu.t while cnii.lh II In Ihkhhc- as sort ami licaiitlhil as an Infant's yet
r IcMilutii wtint
ai nrrv ckn rs pkh mrrri.tt.
t.1 we will Orwiirthl t"
Ilnrry L. Fowler Agent for
Sold by all Druggists.
lie Creates! of
nnnTi nn nn n
Monday Sept. 14th.
FALL OF 1885.
To tho Dry Goods Trade of San
. Hr j Asiirn
Full Line of Samples of Dry Goods
Where they can alwnjs lie finiii.l. They will call
loil will cllher Miiiiiuuiilratu with or roncrto
l.oslneMaml tunc .li'lenullieil In cnllltille It.
iV Teia's' ' " f''r"r"Mr!'r
oly u..ris l.i Voiin truly
LEON & II. BLUM Golvcston. TeJtO.9.
No. 4 East Commerce Street will remove
to his new building No. 262 and 264 East
Commerce Street and is selling out his
entire stoclt of Cooking and Heating Stoves .
Must Have Room.
For his Fall and Winter Slock to Arrlvo during Hie next ThlrtyDays
All Goods Marked Down.
Tho Largest Dry Goods and Clothing House in Wost Texas.
Kid Gloves Hosiery and Laces
His Stook Of Kid cloven la verr Inrirn. Alan nTt Lln.l. r am- T t.l. .n .
Gloves Ladles' and Children's fine Silk Lisle Thread. Balbrlggart and Cotton
Hose In endless variety. Also a very lrrge stock of all Kinds of Laces.
lhe Millinery Department.
' . ..v. lurgonnu emuraces in tue Latest pat
terns Prince Albert Cutaway Pongea Silk Seersucker Linen and Alapaca Suits
for Men and Hoys. A very large and complete stook or Ladles' Misses' Men's
nnd Hoys Shoos nnd Boots. A mil no or stetson fait Hat. sirii Tr.t. n!i ...
Finest Furniture and Carpets.
Ills Furnltnre Department la rnmnl.ia ivlti in.!.li i. k
everybody In this lino. Among other
i uriot .-mim i niniu anu ash iteuroom Suits Wardrobes Chairs Uody Urassels
and Ingrain Carpets Hugs Matting Curtains Window Shades and Etc.
Country Orders Filled Promptly and Satisfacdon Guaranteed.
1frSrSend for Samples.
MAIN PLAZA AND ACEQUlA STREET.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
.lilltlnn to a IR.IIC.' toilet outnt It la In-
It In rer
M III Iti innnuf net lire unrier tho
i u illm'M'nclfttilngl'uitiil
San Antonio 14 W Houston St.
Price 50 Cents.
Antonio and Western Texas.
and Mike OecuMiKlMr.ii of San Antonio to
Shoes and Hats
mi you In ituo limn with samples. Wo trust
Jt.nr onU'ni for Ihem. We appreciate your
ami feel conn.lfllt that an In.oecllon of our
'"a" f"lr "r 'n'hnrnn Antonio ami
ouM lie plcanc.1 lo luiu mcrihaiit. cat! on us and cxatnlno
ASIIErt & OPPENIIEIMEH.
'iciiui mmiiicr wuo win piease tue
Hats Caps Etc.
Goods we Und Plush Parlor Suits Mohair
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