Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 20, 1887 · Page 4
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:\ f f r* -' i' A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron. DAILY TELEGRAPH, (RnUrod M SCOOBII.QIMI Mutter nt th« F. O. nt Alton, 111.) f RIDAY ,EVE. ( MAY 20. THE ««TO LOVE." The Oonulne hu Tjido Mnrk and cnuwd red lliiea on wrapper. TAKK NO OTIIKlt. Through Jest to Matrimony— How Som» Wives Were Wooed nncl Won, Marriagon arc often the result of accident. Jt socnis strange, but the most prudent persons wilF sometimes conceive an irresistible attachment at the suggestion of a word or a look. When, onco under the spoil of the vorb "To love," they go through all the forms and finish the declension of tho verb beforo the altar. Tho few may give the subject the consideration ft doservua, but the many, there is reason to fear, are guided by impulse. A skipper of a coasting vessel called at the vlflage inn and asked the landlady, a young widow: "Do you know whore I can get a mute? I nave lost my mate." "I am sorry for you, Mr. - ," she said, smiling. "I want a mate too, and cannot get one. As we arc in the same position, I'll tell you what I'll do; if yotrll bo mine I'll be yours." Ho closed, with tho bargain, and tho widow keeping to her word, hois now supplied with two mates. tion. 'Shlnbohe said that ho didn't br- HqVo any bent's came out and ate tip tho children who shouted aftei' Elisha. Hardluck replied that any man who disputed the statement was cither a fool or an atheist, and thus the gulf opened. Several mutual friends have sought to arbitrate, but Shinbono was firm and Hardluck was determined. They ignored each other's existence, and their wives and children made faces at each other over tho fence. It had been whispered around all tho week that Brother Gardner would bring about a reconciliation at tho Saturday night session, and every face In the hall was turned toward him as he arose and said: "How much we know dat we doan' know 'tall and 'kin nobber lind out! Ue aivorago man will bet mo' money on his ignpranee dan on his true knowledge, an' ho will light for a lie as soon as do troof. I see Bruddcrs Smallman iin' Johnson back dar by do fluted column. Boafe of 'cm will please retrograde to tho front." Tho two gentlemen named indulged 4n two magnificent starts of surprise, gritted their teeth at euch other, and advanced to the president's desk in single file, i-KM. Hamlin's Wizard Oil, Neuralola, Toothache, Headache, Earache i.« Catarrh, Croup, Sore Throat, Lame Baflk,8llff Joints, Contracted Cords RHEUMATISM, Sprains, -_ Bruises, Burns. Fever Sores Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains, Frost Bites, Sore Nipples, Caked Breasts, and All Aches and Pains, KrO atll£klvfnllawnsl .h» •*!.•_ u__.-ii_ i .... _." A. J. HO WELL, , -BEALEK.7IIK- \ A Pull and Complete i' Stock CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALL OKDKP UPHOLSTEEING Neatly and promptly execrated.} Belle St., bet. Third and Fourth. -ALSO- A young man nt n church bazaar was button-holed by a lady; sho would not let him go until ho bought something. He looked at her stall, which contained fancy ware of various kinds. "Why," ho said. " I see nothing here that would be oT tho least use to mo, a bachelor, except yourself. The rest would be dour to me at any price." "I will be cheap enough," she said ooaxingly. "O, coine! you are just tho person I want," taking him by tho arm. Sho sold him one article after another, keeping up an agreeable conversation tho while, and before all was done ho had purchased everything on tho stall: Then, at settling up, there was something said about discount. "I cannot return any money," sho said, blushing, "but if you think me dear enough there's mama; she may give you my hand." Tho bargain was accordingly concluded. An eminent doctor, who 'had saved the life of a lady, a personal friend, was asked his.charge. He said he jonerally allowed his patient friends ;o remunerate''him-as they thought befitting. « • • r • ° : "But don't you often get disappointed on these termsP" she inquired. "I may say, never." "As you are so easily pleased, here," and she playfully gave him her empty hand, while in the other was concealed a check for a handsome sum. "How easily I could have taken you in!" sho added, producing the check. "But you have only succeeded in. drawing me out," ho said, declining to relinquish her hand. "Don't insult me with a check; I am most generously rewarded." • J Perhaps she understood the doctor's difficulty and wished to help him out ? 'K ?*, anv rntc thc giving of her hand led him to offer his heart. KEBIDBNOE OOK. STATE A SEVENTH STS T V L, FOULDS1 CO., ATEOTION! The Pickle Factory to make contracts for tnyOdwlm With sliding: Detachable B^- Better than e or Horn.jgj rantcea ucver to break. Price, $x, as . by )Cadlng whclMal ° ^ MAYER,8TROU3E&CO. /.y,,. M n m,f ac t urcnlj This was how a gentleman got his wife when, in a tobacconist shop, he asked a girl behind tho counter, who happened to have red hair, if she would oblige him with a match. {'With.pleasure, if you will have a redheaded one," she promptly replied, •withsnch.asuggostive, demure smile that eventually tho red-headed match, was handed over. ' A lady with a lino figure having taken a fancy to a valuable ring which she saw ticketed in a shop-window went inside to examine it. "It is exceedingly lovely; I wish It wore mine," sho said, on satisfying herself. • 'What smaller figure could tempt you?" "No other figure limn the figure before me," ho said, giving her an admiring look at the same time. "It is •Shinbone," said Brother Gardner, when they stood before him, "do you believe de b'ars ate up de chil'en dat followed 'LisIiaP" "No, sah." "Why doan' you P" "Kaso I doan'." "Hardluck, do you believe do b'ars ate tho chill'on upP" "Yes, sah." "Why do you believe itP" "Kaso I do." "I expected dis was de case. Fools an' bigots believe boknso doy believe. It hain't bekase doy have sense an' reason on deir side, but simply bekase dey have made up deir minds to a sartin thing. One of you believe do b'ars ate de chill'en bekase you've heard so. De odder one believe it bekase he didn't see it done. Now, dis 'ere fulishness has got to stop! It lias got to stop right yero an r now! Hold out yer paws to each odder. Now shake. Now go an'sot down, an' when you go home arter de meetin' tell yer wives dat de match has bin declared off an' de country am safe. By-law 6,491 forbids any disputes on religus subjeks'. You have laid yersolves liable to a fine of $18,009 cash, and if you don't walk powerful straight fur do nex six months sunthin will happen to upset yer peace of mind." The two members returned to their seats and began to smile and whisper to each other and inside of three min-: utes had traded jack-knives and exchanged gum. "I should like to'ask de eha'r," said: Rev. Penstock, as he arose, "if ho meant to use de expreshnn he did of: 'Please retrograde to de front?'" "Do cha'r did, sah!" "Yes—urn—yes! Retrograde to do front!" "Dat's what I said, sah, an' do cha'r meant it. If de cha'r had meant for 'em to disrupt to de rear ho would have said so. What am de pint you wish to raisoP" "Dat de expreshun was not classically nor grammatically correct." 'Brudder Penstock you sot down, Got Things Slightly Mixed. There's one laboring-man in Washington who has resumed at the,old stand, and suys that he has made his last strikei. He's a good fellow, but likes a glass now aim then, and not long, since he filled up and called on hSo employer. "Well, John," said the old man, "what do you wantP" "Want eight hoursh pay f'r ten hoursh work, atsh what want," said John bravely. "I guess you don't want that, John," smiled tho bossi "You've got it backwards, haven't you?" "Ycsh—yosh—so have—want ton hoursh work f'r eight hoursh pay, atsh what want. Thought didn't sound right somehow. Goln" to giv't to meP Quit if you don't." . "Certainly, John; come around in the morning and' go to work." John was on hand early next day, and when tho boy's began to rub it m on him he swore that any man who hadn't any ruoro BOUSO than he hnd oughtn't to bo paid at all.— Washington GnUc. _ George Maxwell and Henry Niloa had a desperate light in Loadville, Col., over a gambling debt.. They fought until unable to longer stand on their feet, then went to the floor in a deadlock. They then began to bite each other, taking uiou'thfuls of flesh from the face, nipping off lingers and noses, until the crowd, thoroughly sickened, tore them apart and carried them to their lodgings. Niles will probably die. Listen te your Jlndowi" looking on the woodland,, clumps of rhododendm£«ad r May WoHOmt I 1 i"' 1 terestiug group. It Included one who, Lad been » "Cotton spinner," but was now to - r Paralywa I I ! That he could only bear to lie to a rtctainir position. ... •""•"' :"' iVa 'i Thl» refers to my caae. I was 'firsrAttacked, twelve;, mrjl ago with "Locomptcr Ataxy" f "' , (A paralytic dlieuo of nerre fibre mrely titt cnred) and waa fpr several years barely able to get about, q ! ''•"; " And for the last five years not able to attend to my business, although , itoxper rtrrjitretohlng. lototbi InftA^™ 1 ** 1 **"?&!**• I am no ' 'advocate:".' 'Foil. anTthlniz. in th« shape of pitent "Medicines!' *"* K And made many oble< . O,~ *-" v..vj otnnu HJHU. At IS exceedingly lovely. I wish—I could tempt you with a ring." "1 think I'll take it," sho said, laying- down the money amidst blushes. Of TAROID PILES" 6 WflHEmi »nd all •kln'dl.^?/^ ». —P.P'SMfl PILES, MI?l)iasaigB Wlte. -l W!!^^^«4695Hri!K aarft«%w5r3j ^ ».»«av>ti w uiiiaiiua. \Ji course ho accepted the money; but, getting hor address, he made suck good use of the hint that the uext ring: which she got was givnn by him in, churoh. . J ' A lady in a railway train kept look-' ing out of tho window, with her head! forward, until sho remembered that, tho gentleman opposite might possibly object. J "jpo I cut off tho viowP" she asked. "Merely of all I do not wish to HCO!" lie r replied, gallantly. The ice having been thus broken, they entered into conversation, found' they wore to get out at the sumo station, and know oach other's friends, ihe rest was plain sailing into what somebody calls "tho matrimonial haven." "Are you married yet, KlttyP" said a sailor on meeting an old acquaintance after returning from a lone vov- ago. •.;•*, ' "No; that somebody has never come." "Ah, then, I have brought him after a deal of bother," ho mikl, throwing Ins arms around hor; and tho mutter was there and then settled. This was ingenious enough, liko tho ease of tho theatrical manager who was brought to tho point when he called to inform his leading actress that ho had secured a play at last which waa sure to have a long run, W^iat part luWU VOll I'nnnrirn^ fnt» moP" she asked. 3 'osoivotf for i, n ' n '£ pu aro to bo ,» charming iwect- heixrt, as you uro." "Is there a wife in the piocoP" "Thora is." ' i .,,," charming nweet- hoarut.ll I am tired. I must Go « wife " mill the Boars. For some wooks past Shinbor» "' 11 ,' Hlul ^"•'Huok Johnson hav« !,"" ',"?""* whloh bi . nl { oodsllo(l - ll ca '"° gli ,i diHj.uyo OH a biblical .. — -""—•*•- * «.«ui/wwi». j wu. i3\JU UUWUf an doan' you be ober fo' minits sittin 1 dar! Dis club doan' do.business on do classically or gramatically basis. We seek to speak so plainly dat everybody kin understan'. 'Bout do time we orter have bin in college, bitin' off hull hunks of wisdom from do branches of de tree of eddeeashun, wo was handlin' do cotton hoe an 1 workin 1 in do sugarcane, an' we isn't to blame fur it. Yes, sah, sot right down, an' stay sot, an' do secretary will enter a line of $7,000 agin yon fur disturbin' do harmony of de meetin'."— Detroit Free Press. Their Business Booming, v. Probably no one thing has caused such a general revival of trade at B. Marsh's Drug | Store as the giving away to his customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. His trade is simply enormous in this very valuable article from tho fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and Sail throat and lung diseasas quickly cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size ¥1. Every bottle warranted. my 1 d w 1m Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, your apt- petite is poor, you are bothered with headache, !you are fldgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which;have for their basis very cheap bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at E: Marsh's Drug Store, my l dw 1 m „_,. BncKien-8 Araica Halve. ujThe Best Salve in the world for cuta, bruises, sores,u.aers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively euros piles, or no pay required, it is guaranteed to give perfect satis- motion, or money refunded. Price 25 oeiits per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mohTdwlm Whether on land or at sea, on tho prairie or in the crowded city, Ayer's Pills are the best cathartic, being convenient, efficacious, and safe. For torpid liver, indigestion, and sick headache, they nover.fail. dwlw Astonishing Success. It is the duty of every person who has used Boschee's German Syrup to lot its wonderful qualities be known to their friends in curing Consumption, severe Coughs, Croup, Asthma, Pneumonia, and ia fact all throat and lung diseases. !No person can use it without immediate relief. Three doses will relieve any case, and we consider it the duty of all druggists to recommend it to the poor, dying consumptive, at least to try one bottle, as 80,000 dozen bottles were sold last year, and no one case where it failed was reported. Such a medicine as the German Syrup cannot ,be too widely known. Ask your druggist about it. Sample bottles to try, sold at 10 cents. Regular size, 75 cents. Sold by all druggists and dealers, in the United States and Canada. • , ja8 dw eow ly Longing for a Change. Gas of the right kind is what Indianapolis needs. Not any more of the town meeting kind, thank you.— Indianapolit Journal. Peculiar in medicinal merit and wonderful cures -Hood's Sarsaparilla. Now is the time to take it, for now it will do the most good. ' g Not Educated in Tain. It is rarely that a college student has, his place in tho world offered to him before commencement day; but Mr. Stagg, of Yale, has already received an offer which ought to gratify any arnbis tious collegian. New York wants him for a pitcher. Absolutely Pure This powdor never varies.' A marvel.of purity,' strength wliolosomonoss. More economical' than tbe ordinary hinds, ana cannot l>o sold In competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight, alnm pliospkiatol now- SOLD ONLY IN CANS. ROTAL BAKING iTni) rti\ tnft lir^n «*. »T IT * iU6l*8. uvfuis vsniJi in uAnn> ivw I'OVVDEKOO.,100 Wall at.. N. Y. JanSdwly WHIPPLE & SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, 1 LOAN AGENTS, HEKHESKNTING THE FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Fnlladelyhia; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; Com, Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.- Continental; Girard; | Glens Falls, f Amercan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Coi, nsented I I I had not quite finished the, first wflen I lolt a change come over was Saturday, NovemoelSd. Qn ing I felt BO strong "Waltl • l ';-; So started across,the floor and back. • •, I usrdly.know hbw.'to'ilontaln mywlf. J-w M ,u over the haute. ' I am (unlnz itrenicui ekelidar and can walk quite Mf o mujiratuy fslfJ* 1 * ,, Or rapport. lam now at ., to earn my own lltln of the Mwoheiter "Royal Eiohsiige". Iror nearly tturty yean. and was m to {he * j\fu*v. ouu uwira BuOQ tO be KblV •gain. 1 HIST, been i^stofrii Two yeari J One Experlenoe »f Many. Havmgexperl¥gced>jfreatd«arof,. ". • "Trouble f' from tadTgestlon, BO much so that learn* new losuig toy "* 1 My'teouble ilw»' food— However light, And —.ix,_*. ._, . , n geiB,i?.', Vot twoor three hours at » time I htd to go through the most" •'..,'- 4»*ve« Excruciating pains, iW liver got" Cure ot Typhoid Fover. Charles Hartford, of .New Castle, New York, tostifiea that he was cured of typhoid fever by Brandreth's Pills; Read his letter: About a year ago I was attacked with typhoid fever. My physician treated me for some days, and I was so weak I thought I must die. Although at times delirious and suffering intense pain in the head and back, and parched up with fever, I still had sense enough to remember my box of Brandreth's fills. I managed to get them and swallowed six, and then took a bowl of hot tea. My doctor had been afraid to give me a purge, I was so weak, but Brandreth's Pills made me stronger. As soon as they acted freely, my head cleared, fever abated, and 1 slept for ten hou^. I continued taking three or four pills every night for a week and entirely recovered, although my doctor had given me up. Undoubtedly Brandreth's Pills saved my life. $20,000,000. WK AfcSO RJSPBE8J5NT THE Mutual Benefit Life, of Newark. N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ins. Co.,Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat Bank,i Cor. Third and State ats. Was by throwtog up.aU inyidtomaeh con- r^Vv 1 Jx No j»«, ; ««n conctlve^he, pains tta^I had to go^thropgh, until ' v ."•*""" ' I was taken I >'8o. that for three weeks I lay In bed and < ~ Could eat nothing 111 'My sufferings :jrere, BO that I caDed'two ^n/.tnv« +« nj*.??^*^! -I'— 1 — _*«_•_ _ .«. _ » " . . •"!*» i<ur DouoruigB.wiirejBo w« i caiiea'two doctors to give me: soaetbJng flat would atop the pain. ' • '•••* • r Theh- efforts were nonfood to me. . £tlast I heard a gtfoddeal, ''About your Hop Bitters I And determined totry them." rf~t^4. _ »_ _ii« _- '».-.• , "<l V ^^.,. , .- ir hours I took the con- Fo WHIPrLB A8MILBT. _, or »J». The late roaiaenoes ol J. J. and W. H Mltohell. on Mill St., two of fcu, best pieces oi resWenoe .Property In Alton. The proper^ known as <r The Park, .eoatol above; If lots onlliu and Summit streets, an a a number of pti In Miller* Mitchell's addition to Alton; Any or all of above at a ,' ITor sale. .,, sree Jn MlohoU's add., to Alton, IX story bouse, 8 rooms and out-bulldinga : olllu nerf feotorder. Can be had at a bargamT ' WHIPPLB & HMILKT. : One//// Next day I was out of bed. and have not eeen a : ' '• "Sick!" I Hour, from the same cause, since. I have recommended It to hundreds ot others. You have no such . "Advocate as I am." Gio. KIKDU&, Allrton, Boiton, VUw. BATLWAT TjtMB TABU. OHIOAQb AND ALTON. On andafter Sunday, May list, 1887, (rains on tteOhloa^andAWifatoid.TriineOTl Depot, Alton, standard time, at For Ghleago and the Baiti Chicago Hall*... .." ................. 9:00 aau Chicago Accommodation* ........ 8:0pn. in Ll/r)itnlngE3tpress«.T;V. ..-; ........... 9:10D.S Feorla oud Book Island Fast Line t,9:00 a. m For JaakBonvlUe, Keoknk, . Qnlnor, Kim. Kansas 6tty Mall* °i"_.^". f k\ . . . . 9 :00 a. m. Kansas City Express*, ............. 9:10 v.n Denver Expi'essti..-:.......... .....?:lopYi£ JaoksonvlUeAecommodailouf... V;l»p.ul i """• ..... v -.. — .^,, ....... .. ..... ,*,- For Sale. « A ';rop™. brisk dwelling and 6ut buildings oa Tnlid street, between Cherry and Vine. WHIPPLB a 8M -BY.! For Rent, Late residence of M. J. Noonan OB State street, known aa the A. Platt place. QoodB room brlolc house. In flrst class repair. " " A SMILEY. Hale. • jior oai. The Woodroof property. A 2 story fram house pf 8 rooms, on>lftn and Alton stre^« a 4 room frame bouse on Fifth street. ^ . .... WHIPPLE A8MILBY. for at. UgntnlngJBizpresB* ................. SM a.m Offloagp Aooqmmodaaon*. :. . . . ..; .9>SO a. m AltonT3peclalt'..'.....*.v-;ii.;ii.i ! ,; i -.iitBBi>. m Kansas Olty Mall*;. " OhioagoMailr.j.-. . .. . . SBAINSLEAVE S1V LOljis UNION D TON. ' Sealed proposals will bo received by tho Park committee, at the office of the oltv eufrl BSSVP' 010 o'clock ft. jn> Tuoaday, May 21, 1«87, for tlio grading amtUlling of Somluary Ofor Sale. Five building lots on Alby and Market strecti, between Tenth and Twelfth streets/ ___^ WHIPPLE & SMILEY. Xttr Sole. kU .. a ',;! n gooa running order, with EXECIITQR'3 NOTICED < hn nf Tf AnvlAffrA'ir—n n ^_ 'jl^^Hi'^:. • WHIPPLE & SMILEY. For Bent. for noni;. • r., .?J 0 8tor y brick dwelling known as tho / Platt homestead; lately put in good repair. WmpPLgA SMltHYi Desirable Residences fer Sale. ,,posals will bo received up to Sat- urduy May 51. at 10 a. m., at the office of We umlorBlgned, for publishing tho proceedings finances and advertisements of the qfty council for the current year: bids to be for one Insertion, by tto Inch" brevier or bou?' geols typo, for tfie council proceedings, and "Vm Uuvu r«soment8, one ormoro InserHdnH ^BTSffir ^"o^i^S 0 Chairman Council Printing committee _ is-a ** w ****j A*wfr«, JEL two Btory nfV. "^if""* on s °vonth street, aU for sale at^asaorlfloe. owner havtne deold* .ng decided, to tie DPPLH&BimK^r • Kdwordsvllle, attfie Junestprnj, on'l^lrd Monday In June next, at which, tlnie all ner- «>M having claims against sfla^ettSe itre notified and requested volot;a ifor Hale. and in. IB Al- ,P' tyn 8 1 noor 1 s Offlce. Alton, ffiiV-ji t ?a^7 lt , y cn Btaeer,up to (Saturday noo {lay 21,1887, for the grading, inittennv. an Maoaaamizingof the followinB Btroets • ' WuinutBtreotfrom Third to Rfthstroefc St* 8 ? re «t from Uidgo to Liberty. iry to Liberty, ..l u "._ 1 » 1( J t ? 1 'ftom _ A LOMO felt want is filled by the jewelers who make a business of exchanging duplicate wedding presents. How totlaln Flesh and oud Strength Use after each meal Scott's Emu), slon j It la as palaiable as milk and easily digested. Dohoato people improve •r?™ 1 ? w « th I* 8 use ' *' or Consumption, Throat affooHonB and Bronohitis it is uuequalled. Dr. Thos. Prim, Ala. JlNn , VJ" 8 ^ Soott'g BmulBionon a child eight months old; he gamed four poundaln » month." mwf wk Irn 'Ji?^ B u j tor 'n» and Maoadarnlzina: »;?«, Sf reo £ t , com -KlKl'th to TwolTth street ffin .V oot f'5 omA % to nolle street. house" "" llKO *° Ul ' s> Ai'»n 1 f'J!. t }'? 0 V l ' on .' Boll ° to M » ln 8 ' bridge. n» 5? 'P r tlle '"rnisiilng, hauling and spread ' utonou ' su-oot""*" """"" between Henry and thTnn' Mll0 ol amsl , llU1 bo broken so ns tofgo nrnvW ",? W l S° h rl ! 1 "' an(1 »UbiOOt of an- proyal by the city engineer. Tno earth aliiii he_]plaoed whore aireotod_by the city en«|. ID a ,, , ' J. K. 001'1'IN{JKR. oiwlrmiui Street nud Alley com. Vine Residence (or Sale, now New aud ; «e»tttif ill Design* Just arrived and arriving for the Spring Trade. GLASS A ^Specialty, from Small to • •' ' • iLargeat Vor Sale or Bent. : ,£y a ,!" n K w'A 9 ">oms NEFF & OBERMUELLER, Fourth, east of Belle tt, ' olo neighborhood. T WHIPPLKAHMiT.mv WM. L. KLUNK J. WILKES FORD & CO. &&£&&*&!*** wiTti fnii rntM.? M ' ZT" ""w •"" mawna ?.J .SiJ&i Wtraottpn how to do the worit turnlsh ftneyperlB^oeTmaa; •* apMdly Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets ^ And Burial Robes For Ladles, Gentlemen and ObJidwn, Mfioe and Shop on SECOND ISTEBBT, — JV t ILL imom fornltur —' • eto. flw ;

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