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THE NORTH PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE: TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1895.
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Star Clothing House.
Having a few odd sizes left in
heavy SHIRTS and DRAWERS and
as we need room we will sell them at
slaughtering, prices. Men's white
merino at 25 cents; men's natural wool
color at 25 cents. All heavy weight
goods at same reduction. Come at
once and get your pick.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
WEBER & VOLLMER, Props.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
A. F. STREITZ,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Window Glass, Machine Oils,
CORNER OF SIXTH AND SPRUCE STREETS.
O. F. IDDINGS,
Order by telephone from Newton's Book Store.
WALL-PAPER, PAINT AND OIL DEPOT.
WINDOW GLSS, VARNISHES, GOLD LEAF, GOLD
.PAINTS, BRONZES, ARTISTS' COLORS AND BRUSHES, PIANO AND
FURNITURE POLISHES, PREPARED HOUSE AND BUGGY PAINTS,
KALSOMINE MATERIAL, WINDOW SHADES.
ESTABLISHED JULY 1868. .... 310 SPRUCE STREET.
XjlTVIEIRrY JL1STJD PEES STABLE
(Old XTaxi. Doran StaTolo.)
Excellent Accomxncdaiicns for the Famine Fublio.
ELDER &c LOCK.
rNorthwest corner of Courthouse square.
IT. J. BROEKER,
LARGE STOCK OP PIECE GOODS,
embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE
Spruce Street, between Fifth and Sixth.
JOS. F. FILLION,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Cesspool and Sewerage a Specialty. Copper nd Galraniied
nice. Tin and Iron Roofings. .
'Estimates, furnished. Repairing of all kinds receive tumnpft
locust Street, Between Fifth and Sixth,
IRA L. BARE, Editor axd Pkopbixtor
OnoTear, cash In adrane n.25.
Six Mouths, cash la adranc 73 Cents.
EnLred at the North Piatt. ( Nebraka) poitofflea as
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA,
Is centrally situated In the triangular figure
bounded by lines drawn iron Omaha to Cheyenne,
thence to Denrer, from thence to darting point.
It is 291 miles fiom the first named city, 235 miles
from the second, and 280 stiles from the third.
Having a population of 4,060 people it is the head
quartersof both freight and passenger divisions of companies was 63.5 per Cdlt,
Auditor Moore has finished his
annual statement of fire insurance
business in Kebraska for the year
endinir .December 31st. It shows
the following- volume of business
Risks written. $105,992,233.09; pre
miums received, $1,800,177.13; losses
incurred, $.142,872.40; losses paid.
$1.114 '378. 45. The business for the
year previous was, in round mint
bers: Risks written. $133,000,000;
premium received, $2,000,000; losses
incurred, $1,230,000; losses paid,
$1,288,000. During- the year just
closed the averacre loss ratio to
premiums received by domestic
for foreign companies it was 66.8
the U. P. R'y Co., and Is the horn, of about 500
railway enmloves whose monthlr tut roll imnnnta
to some $35,000.00. Almost 200 miles of irrigation Per Cent. AQQ TO tills tUeCUStOUiary
canals are rapidly nearlng completion, which will expenses of writin"- and handling"
sun's rays shine. The citizenship of North Platte tne Way I rom oijj to 00 per Cent,
is mat oitne best airordeu by the older states, and and the reoort of Auditor Mnnrp
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hor people are active, progressive and prosperous.
To the industrious, energetic home-seeker from
the crowded east North Platte and Lincoln county
presents unusual advantages. Thousands of acres
of vacant government land, In close proximity to
those already being brought under irrigation, may
be obtained by consulting the United States land
office in North PIntte. A letter of inquiry to "IT.
8. Register, North Platte, Neb.," relaUve to the
above will be courteously answered. Irrigated
farming is no longer an experiment, but has
reached the point where it is acknowledged ns
pre-eminently the safest in all seasons method
of conducting agricultural and horticultural oper
ations. The salubrious and life-giving climate of
Lincoln county, where malaria is unknown and
whore pulmonary troubles are unthought of, is
another incentive to the location therein of those
who are anxious to enjoy the good things of this
life as long as possible. North Pint to churches
and schools are above those of eastern communi
ties, the latter being one of the few in Nebraska
permitting tho graduate thereof to enter the State
University without an intermediate preparatory
training. The people of the community gladly
welcome the honest, industrious eastern citizen
who is eager to betterhls condition and assisting in
the upbuilding and development of a comparatively
shows that fire insurance compan
ies as a wnoie paid out as mticu or
more money in Nebraska during
the year than they received. The
report does not include mutual
: For information rejrard- J
1 ing- the Great Irrigation i
; Belt of Lincoln Co., write
;theLincohi Co. Immigra
tion Association, North
Learned men tell us that in Latin
the word "editor" means "to eat.
In Nebraska it means to scratch
ound like the devil and rei some-
thhnr to eat. Beatrice Democrat.
Senator Mandersox, whose term
expires March 4th. has accepted the
offer to become solicitor of the Bur
lington & Missouri railroad in Ne
braska, succeeding1 the late T. M.
Marquette. The senator will enter
upon his duties about the middle of
Isaac P. Gray, United States
minister to Mexico, died at the
capital of that republic on Thurs
day last of pneumonia at the age of
fiftv-nine. The deceased was for
many years one or the r
democratic leaders of Indiana and
the srovcrnor's chair for two
savs that the dis-
coverv that the populist state
officers of Kansas drew their sala
ries for a week after their terms
lad expired excites little comment
in that state. The people take it
as a matter ol course. As the
Topeka Capital remarks: "It
closed their official career appro
priately; boodlers they had been;
boodle they made one last lingering-
grasp for as they retired."
The pop commissioners have
again failed to recognize The Tri
bune's bid of one third legal rates for
the county publishing and awarded
the contract to the Era at full legal
rates. This action of Diehl and
Hill will cost the tax-payers of the
county about $1500; a pretty bir
sum these hard times. But then,
the Bra must be given the county
patronage or succumo, even it it is
a heavy tax on the property owners
of the count-.
The beet-sugar bounty bill is- on
general file and after being printed
will come up for consideration in
committee of the whole, which is
expected to be some time this week.
:n undergo a careful con
sideration and discussion and its
strength in the house will be tested.
It is perfectly" safe to predict its
passage by that body with a good
majority. In the senate the bill
is tying dormant. Senator Hol
brook's committee which lias it in
charge, will not act on it until the
same measure comes over from the
house, when the house bill will be
substituted for it and then be
pushed through that body.
On Friday Senator Caldwell in
troduced a bill to establish a uni
form rate per mile on freight and to
prohibit rebates on freight. It
provides that railroads operating
in. Nebraska, whether owned or
leased, shall charge the same rate
per mile per hundred pounds, ton
or car load on jreignt ot the same
class, and any road charging any
person a greater rate than
charged to any other person per
mile shall forfeit to the consignee
one half of the regular rates there
on. According to this mil no
special contract or rebate shall be
iriven for the purpose of violating
the provisions of the act. Violation
is made a mis&imeanor, punishable
by a fine of not less than $50 nor
more than S100 for each offense, but
the act shall not affect rates or con
tracts made tor treight rates in
case or cnantv. sickiicss or acci
Senate file No. 259, by Watson.
has now been advanced to the
head of the general file, reconi
mended for passage and ordered to
a third reading. It is known as the
Holt county bill and will enable the
state to transfer the cases again
the alleged lynchers of Barrett
Scott from Holt countv to some
other county. It provides that al
criminal cases shall be tried in the
county where the offense was com
mitted, unless it shall appear to
the court on affidavits that
fair and impartial trial cannot be
had therein; in such case the court
may direct the aecttsed to be tried
in some other county upon applica
tion of the attorne- general.
The attorney general has decided
J 1 f V . .a
that the iMosner penitentiary con
tract is valid and that the state has
security, and the transfer to
releases Mosher's bonds
men. He recomeiuled a resolution
requiring the assignee (Dorgan) to
Discussion of the Financial Question
Resumed In the Senate.
Amendment Tacked on to tho Sundry C1?U
Appropriation 11111 Proceedings In tbo
Houm Dividend For Red Cloud
The time for putting forward
candidates tor city othcers is now
here, but we hear ot tew names
mentioned. Mayor Von Goetz has
made an efficient and conservative
chief executive, and if he will con
sent to a renomination he
easily be re-elected. Both the clerk
and treasurer have proven worthy
and obliging officials and are prob
ably entitled to re-election. The
act is. the municipal affairs have
been well conducted durinir the
present fiscal vear. and we don't
know but it would be well to re
elect the whole outfit of officials by
A heart rending scene occured at
the Catholic church at Wisner,
Mrs. Patrick McDennott. who had
. i . t i i i r . i
come with ner June iour-weeKs-oia
infant in her arms from her home
about four miles northeast of town.
to have the child christened, upon
removing it wraps discovered that
it was dead. Her anxious solicitude
tn nrotect it from the cold hadprob-
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can ably caused iif uedui num suuuw
ills. - . t J
The Pullman strike of last sum
mer seems to have aroused a spirit
of antagonism against the Pullman
company-, and in several states bills
have been introduced by the legis
latures making sweeping reductions
in the charges for sleeping car
berths. In this state the bill intro
duced calls for a reduction of about
forty per cent in the present charge
while in New York thev want the
maximum rate fixed at eightyWts
for a berth between aajf poiafa in
the state. The sleeps-! ;cow
panies cati mae tweaty-tirt tfer
Consumers of ckwinytokco wlw
arewiliiiHi to pail a little fnorelkn
Washington. Feb. 18. Tho senate
was a center of interest today, as a re
suit of the warm discussion of the fuian
cial question and the personal criticisms
of the president on Saturday. Mr. Vilas
(Dem., Wis.) had a roU of manuscript
and a pilo of books before him, ready to
take un the financial debate where it
was left off at the previous session.
Mr. Stewart (Rep.. Nev.) was the first
to continue the criticisms of the bond
contract. His resolution was called up,
declaring that the government had no
legal authority to bny gold coin in
preference to silver coin for auy cause
whatever. Mr. Stewart spoke of the
humiliating position of the United States
in being held up by the throat by a gold
commission, which had the power to
"coerce and squeeze" the country up to
next October, when the contract expires.
Mr. Gray (Dem., Del.), who is recog
nized as close to the administration,
then took the floor. He expressed sur
prise that the senators from Massachu
setts (Lodge) and Colorado (Wolcott)
had so far gone out of their way to in
dulge in a violent assault upon the ex
ecutive. The president had performed
a duty incumbent on him by law. That
law was su2h that auy evasion of it
would have been a plain dereliction of
Mr. Gray forcibly urged tho gravity
of thecondition.which compelled speedy
action and an appeal- to those who had
Senator Gray stated that had it not
been for the bond contract the United
States might have gone to a silver basis
in 24 hours.
Tho committee on appropriations re
ported an amendment to tho sundry
civil appropriation bill for $100,000,000
of certificates of indebteduess of denom
inations of 20 to run for two years and
draw 3 per cent interest, and to bo good
only for the purpose of supplying the
WRECKltO OX MEMORY ROCK.
Barkratine Sadie Tliompsim Gor Down
With a Valuable Cargo of Sugar.
Philadelphia, Feb. 18. A cable
gram received here from Nashua, N. H.,
from tho board of marine underwriters
states that tho Philadelphia barkentine
Sadio Thompson, Captain Mowatt,
bound from Caribairien, Feb. 5, for this
port, with 5,600 bags of sugar, valued at
$100,000, consigned to the sugar trust,
has betSi totally wrecked on Memory
rock, Bahamas. The vessel is valued at
fdO.OOO, and together with the cargo,
was fnlly covered by insurance in local
companies. The total loss of this valua
ble cargo and vessel is the largest marine
casualty which has happened to vessels
bound to this port for some time.
While no mention of the safety of the
crew is made in the cablegram received,
it is irenerallv Iwlievrkl that all hands
have been landed safely.
CAl'SIZKD SCHOONER IX TORT.
61N6 MURDER TRIAL.
Deleusc Working to Establish an Alibi
For Harry Havward.
MISS WA0HTER CAN TESTIFY
Prosecution Withdraws All Opposition to
the Introduction of Her ErUtence.
Madge Yorke'it Murderer Elndea
Capture An Actor Tragedy.
Derelict Ocean Spray Towed Into San
FmncKco Harbor Fate of the Crew.
San Francisco, Fob. 18. The tug
Sea King came into port with the Ocean
Sprav in tow, and idi day the capsized
schooner was an object of much inter
est as it lav resting on its beam ends on
a mud bank off the end of the sea wall.
It was just turning ebbtide when tho
derelict was shoved upon tho bank.
There her masts were underwater, with
only tho points of them showing above
the waves. It is thought that the bodies
of some of the sailors will be found in
the cabin, as it is believed that the
schooner suddenly capsized in a squall,
winch struck the vessel without any
warning. Somo of the friends of the
men have hones that the crew of the
schooner have been rescued.
In the House.
Washington, Feb. 18. This was sus
pension day in the liouso today. Under
the rule, if a second reading was or
dered, any bill could bo placed upon its
passage after o0 minutes' debate. A
bill was passed granting to the state of
Alabama for public use the Mount Ver
non barracks military reservation. Tho
speaker then recognized Mr. Mallory
(Dem., Fla.) to move the passage of tho
bill to promote the efficiency of the rev
enue cutter service, under suspension of
The revenue cutter service bill was
defeated, failing to secure tho necessary
The house passed a bill to raise the
rate of pension to Mexican war veterans
to 12 a month, and also the bill to
equalize the duties and salaries of in
spectors of boilers.
Dr. Senner. Confirmation Uncertain.
Washington, Feb. IS. The friends
of Dr. Seuuer, who has been nominated
for commissioner of immigration at New
York, are becoming somewhat uneasy
over the prospects of his confirmation.
The nomination was sent in on tho 14th
of January. The complaints take tho
shape of criticisms rather than of
charges, and are based, for the mot
part, on tho fact that Dr. Senner is not
a native of the United States and has
been naturalized only eight or nine
Cholera In Argentine.
Washington, Feb. 18: The presence
of cholera in Argentine has been form
ally recognized by the Argentine gov
ernment according to United States
Consul Baker at Buenos Ayres, who has
reported the fact to the statu depart
ment, adding that he believes that the
disease is really the usual cholera
mobus, which appears every year.
La Ilourgogne Arrives.
New York, Feb. IS. The French lino
steamer La Bonrgogne, from Havre,
Feb. 1), was due here yesterday morning.
She had not been .sighted up to v.lio a.
m., but there is no anxiety in conso-
quence of her nonappearance. When
sho left Havre the La Gaseogno was then
nearly a week overdue here, and tho
probability is that Captain Gelfray, of
the La Bourgogne, was instructed to
keen a trooa watch lor the missimr
steamship. This Rung the case, he
would, no doubt, tak a zigzag course
in the hope of overtaking the La Gas-
cocue. and thus consume extra time in
The La Bonrgogne has arrived.
Minneapolis, Feb. 18. Tho state
sprang a surprise in tho Hayward mur
der trial today when it withdrew all op
position to the introduction of Maggie
Wachter's testimony. Miss Wachter is
the stenographer of BUxt's attorney.
who was to testifv that Blixt had stated
to his attorney in her presence that it
wiiH with Adry Hayward and uot with
Harry that he had conspired to murder
Miss Giug. The court had hold that it
was a communication between client
and attorney, and was, therefore, inad
missible. Tho court was unwilling to admit tho
testimony without the consent of Blixt
and-.the murderer was brought from the
jail and questioned personally by Judge
Smith. He had no objection, ho said,
and Miss Wachter was called. It then
developed that she w:is ill and could not
be present today. The sudden change
of front on the part of the state is said
to bo due to its ability to impeach Miss
Wachter's evidence absolutely. Blixt's
attorney will go on the stand and con
tradict it, and it is also understood that
the state has ascertained from a con
fidant of 3Iiss Wachter the truo inward
ness of the evidence.
Thomas Waterman was called to tes
tify as to Harry Hayward's movements
on Dec. 3, the day of the murder. Ho
contradicted Adry Hayward in several
important particulars as to time. Three
boarders at Harry Hayward's boarding
place testified that he was in tho dining
room as late as 7:10 that evening, which
brings it dangerously closo to the time
when Liveryman Wilson claims to have
seen him (hive with Miss Ging half a
mile awav. The defense expects to es
tablish a complete alibi for the defend
ant from 1 until 10:30 p. m., the day of
ACTOR GENTRY STILL AT
ltriti-.Ii .Steamer Adrift.
London, Feb. 18. Tho British steamer
Ganges, Captain Roberts, which sailed
from New Orleans Jan. 6 for Havre, ar
rived at Corcubion, Spain, Jan. 28 for a
supply of coal. After replenishing her
bunkers she proceeded on her voyage,
but soon broke her propellor, and was
towed back to Corcubion. She started
from there in tow for Havre and when
off the island of Ushant, about itf miles
from Brest, she broke adrift from the
tug towing her and has not been seen
since. The Ganges has a cargo of cot
ton, valued at 60,000. Her crew num
bered 30 men.
One More Ifody Recovered.
London, Feb. 18. The body of Wal
ter Schull, who was a cabin passenger
on tho North German-Lloyd steamer
Elbe, was recovered today in the Eng
lish channel off the headland of Duu
geness, county of Kent. A reward of
$1,000 had been offered by the friends
of Mr. Schull for the recovery of liis remains.
ii:aci: envoys movements.
Greshant Has Xot Taken a Hand.
Washington, Feb. 18. It is positively
denied at the state department that Sec
retary Gresham has intervened specially
in the caso of Major Seward, one of the
Americans under sentence of death at
Honolulu for treason, or that ho has ad
dressed a special message on the subject-
to Minister Willis, to be forwarded by
the first steamer from Vancouver.
Confined to Swiw Exhibits.
Washington, Feb. 18. United States
Consul Ridgleyat Geneva. Switzerland,
has reported to the state department for
the benefit of would-be American exhib
itors that tho Swiss exhibition, to be
held from May 1 to Oct. 15, 1890. will bo
confined to Swiss exhibits.
Washington, Feb. 18. The comp
troller of tho currency has declared a
10 per cent dividend in favor of tho
creditors of the First National bank of
Bed Cloud, Neb.
For a Greater I s Moinc.-t.
Des Moines, Feb. 18. Judge Holmes
leld the act of tho legislature providing
for the annexation of snburbs to Des
Moines unconstitutional, but the ques
tion not having been raised soon enough
the law would now stand because of the
people sleeping on their rights and the
aw being complied with since the en
actment in 1890.
Foster Requested t Meet
Chang at Tien Tsin.
Tien Tsin. Feb. 18. The Chinese for
eign ollice has requested Jir. uenoy,
United States minister to this countrv,
to suggest to the government of Japan
that the peace envoys appointed by tho
two countries meet at Port Arthur or
some place near Tien Tsin in order to
suit the convenience of Li Hung Chtuig,
one of the Chinese envoys. The Chineso
government has requested Mr. John W.
Foster, who was selected to assist the
Chinese envoys in the peace negotia
tions, to meet Li Hung Chang at Tien
Tsin. Mr. Foster, who is now at Shang
hai, will probably leave there for Tien
Tsin as soon as communication between
tho two places is opened.
Trench Farinrrs Fear Infection.
Paris, Feb. 18. A deputation repre
senting the farmers in the departments
of Par de Calias and rtord visited M,
Gandaud, minister of agriculture, today
and pointed out to him the grave danger
of infection to French cattle arisin.
from the importation of American cat
tie suffering from contagious diseases
M. Gaudaud informed the delegation
that tho danger to which thev referred
had been submitted to a committee of
experts on cattle dise:ises and their de
cision would shortly be given. After
leaving M. Gandaud, tho delegation
called upon -u. itiiKit, the prime minis
ter, and snbmitlei their grievance to
him. M. Ribot promised that he would
take the matter under consideration.
Cetfbimtetl Fcabody's IMrthday.
Peabodv Mass., Feb. 18, This town
today celebrated the centennial of the
birth of the noted plulauthropist, George
Archkuke Albert Dead.
Vienna, Feb. 18. Archduke Albert
died at Arco. South Tyrol, of congestion
of the lungs. He was in his 78th year.
Archduke Albert was the oldest son of
Archduke Charles, a brother of the
grandfather of Emperor Francis Joseph
and Princess Henrietta of Nassan-Weil-bnrg.
In 114 he married Princess
Hildegavd of Bavaria, who died in 180-1.
He entered the urray at an early age.
Thrown From III Horse ami Killed.
Guadalajara, Mex., Feb. 18.
George Martin and Frank Gardner, two
American tourists, left here about a
month ago for Mazatlan. Advices have
just been received that Gardner was
thrown from his horse near- Tepic and
Emperor William Recover;.
Bebi.in, Feb. IS. Tho emperor has
entirely recovered from the cold from
which he was suffering on Saturday,
and today gave audience to the deputa
tion of the Agriculturalists' union.
Highest of ali in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
hack febucos. will find this
iniijtBeffot: lo all wiers-
Philadelphia Tolicc Fail to Find
Philadeu'Hia, Feb. 18. Up to noon
nothing had been heard of Actor J. B.
Gentry, who last night murdered Miss
Madge Yorke at Zeiss' hotel. The po
lice of this city are guarding every depot
in the city closely and if the murderer
has not- already made his escape from
town, it will be almost impossible for
him to do so. Dotective Geyer is of tho
opinion that Gentry caught the JO
o'clock train on the Pennsylvania road
for New York last night. The revolver
with which the murder was committed
was found today in a snow bank at
Eighth and Locust, which is but half a
block from tho hotel where the crime
was committed. Three chambers were
empty, showing that Gentry had fired
three shots at tho unfortuuate actress.
only onn of which took effect. Two
bullets went wide of their mark and
were lonnu ouneci in tne wiui. auq
third struck Miss Yorke in the center of
the forehead and passed through her
head, coming out just back of her right
ear. Miss Clark, who was a close friend
of the dead actress, and who was in tho
room at the time of the shooting, can
give no reason for the murder, as she
had never heard of any quarrel between
Serious Wreck In West Virginia.
Huntington, W. Va., Feb. 18. A
serious wreck occurred on the Norfolk
and Western road at 4 a. m., seven miles
west of this city. Train No. 2 was run
ning at a rate of 35 miles an hour when
tin' engine jumped the track, followed
by two coaches. John Adkins was killed
outright; an unknown lady from Port
Huron, Mich., was struck on the head
and is dying, and Engineer Jackson and
Fireman Gin, were seriously injured.
The track is torn up badly and traffic
Costly Illazc at lluR'ato.
Buffalo, Feb. 18. The north wing
of Music hall was damaged by fire today
to the extent of about fiO.000. Tho
rooms occupied by the Sargobund socie
ty were gutted, the library of the Ger
man Young Men's association, which
owned the structure, was damaged by
smoko and fire and the concert hall was
water soaked. The total loss will reach
Will Xot Sin tho Agreement.
Denver, Feb. IS. General Manager
Dodge, of the Rio Grande Western rail
road, reiterated today in an interview
that he objected to the Union Pacific
granting frea side trips from Ogdou to
Salt Lake, and declared the Western
would not sign the western trunk lino
agreement unless the other roads in tho
association conld give good reasons why
the side trips should be allowed.
Greenhut In Court.
Chicago, F-b. 18. J. B. Greenhut
appeared in Judge Grosscnp's court to
day to atiswer tho rule asking him to ac
count for his actions during his brief
term as receiver for the whisky trnst.
Tho court continued further proceedings
under the rule until afternoon.
Irwia .Must Iay the Costa,
Pittsburg, Feb. 18. The sealed ver
dict in the case against George M. Irwin
for false pretenses was opened this morn
ing, it round tho discretionary pool op
erator not guilty of the offenso charged,
but srdered him to pay the costs of the
Patients Safely Removed.
Minneapolis, Feb. 18. Fire broke
out in Asbury hospital, a Methodist in
stitution. There were about 30 patients
in the hospital at the time, and all wore
safely removed to St. Barnabas hospital.
H. S. Tibbels,
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Furniture : Repairer,
Spocial attention paid to all kinds of
of furniture upholsteriDg. Mattrassos
made to order or remade. Furniture re
pairing of all kinds promptly and neatly
executed. Leavo orders at The Fair
Store. 10-tf -
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