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TIIK YltGUS, OXDAY, MAY 22, lSUtf.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Dreadful Work by the Fiend cf
HEAVY L03S0F LIFE AND PROPERTY
Ten Men Caught in a Lumber C;m
and Cremated Extraordinary
Fatali y from Fires.
IVarful IcIruclion of llamM nml Fac
tories Ht SuginuTV mill One .prl Mnn
Hurneil to .- t rip A Mile nml it lfil
of ilio City I.iokcil l';. witli I.os of
S1,. -.00,000 A Series t llnlaraiKls Sev
eral rinli'rrn Itilnc Among; Those l os
ing Tlieir Lives.
CAIMLlAf, Mii-li.. May CO. Terrible for
est f.rvs are racing all iirminil hi-tv. Tit"
sawmill of Khvarrt Mar.'ri.l-e. four
miles south of here, has been burne.l. The
lunilier c.imn of I.ntiis Samls. rear I.-ik-City,
has a!r been ile-strove'l a:nl four men
were lmrriil ti ileath. Ki'it other-t are
missinir. The horses worcaUfcurne.lar-.il
the camp totally ilestmyed. A farm liou
near Tiisin was tl est roved and the farmer,
his wife a ml two eliiMre n lost their lives.
Tin ?.len Wer- Orelllitti-il.
I.ati:::. Ti e loss of l'.'V in the fire vli-h
destr.iyeil I..ti:s S -mils' lumher camp is
pre-atcr than at r.t repo rt eil. Ten bodies
have J en r;eoven-l. and the whole crew is
now aec.:ir.t-.vl for. The dead are: Michael
O. Iatren. Charles Taylor, James 11
Edward Koorhacher f married. .-vi:ti i-.i-l
Campbell (f.in-m.n o; t!u cimt'i. .To!::-.
Hill, 1'red S.iiror, Units .T.ic ilis.it, nnarrin.!.
widow aiid two cl.iiilren living re-re i, Frank
Pangreen. Mike Mii'lmli-ind. These ten
men, with IM-.v-inl Sii!liv.-.n. were hemmed
in at the ramp by the lire. A strong wiml
silt t ft all ?capo. Sullivan started north
in the face f the fire, arid by snine chanee
escaped. lie is severclv '.iirtuil. but will
HorriJile Dentils of IZisjilt Victims.
Edwavil iloorbat her started east nnd sot
about twenty-tive roils away ln-for; he w.-.s
caught. Mulholhind startisl west nnd cot
atxr.ut the same distance. The remaining
eiht s.t.iye.1 too 1:i:t and took refuse in .-.
well alxn-.t twenty feet dep. The top curb
of the well btirneil and the timbers fell
on the men huddle 1 in the well. literaHy
coolcins tht ;r hea ls, tlie remainder r f their
boilii's N-in under water. A lar-e Vrrc
of men is st il seoiirini: the adjoiiiiM-: coun
try to make certain no other nr. fort unate
has bei-n ov.-rlooke.l. The c:n.;i i-mploye'i
sixty men. The remaiaim; fifty were ne::r
the preen timber nd thev iu-;::.-il.
Flirty Hog and Three Mors I'.nnioil.
The property . l.iss is not very trreat.
Forty hos. three horses, t he camp build
inss, tew. is, etc., ti lls Mr. S nels' ,--.
Th Thayer Iumber lop.uiv. ops-ratine
near by. lost eleven cars i ided with loe
in the same fir-'. The cn-ine v. to leave
its tr.iin to make its esc in .
DESTRUCTIVE ir!R AT SAGINAW.
Property Worth a litlion letroveil
Two W:inls Wipe-1 Out One Life I.o-t.
S.ftlNA".v. Mich.. May i2. Saeinaw has
been visited l-yt'-u w..rst k-iji ism of fire
it has ever e-.- H-ri-n 1. It was first dis
covered in the mi:! plant of Sample is:
Camp, on what is known as the Middle
pronnd, south of the Br!U,l street bridge.
Owirit: to the stro-i.: northeast ir-ile pre
vailing it. spread rapidly, setting fire to
and destroying , fret of lnmlier on
the mill docks owned by Brown & Uy?n,
valued at Ss.Ofil. The Bristol bridge next
caught and a porti..:i of it was destroyed.
Licked I'p :i Lot of Ilroidrncr.
Thence the flames leaped to the east side
just below Kristol street, and north of the
city hall. All the residences on Tilden
street and on both sides of Washington
Qvenne diiwn to Iiolden street were quick
ly licked up. Then the sparks were car
ried across the old bayou into the premises
of the Georcre Cross Lumber company, the
plar.ins mill, lur.iter in the yard and a
dozen tenement houses meltins like snow.
Oreat Mannracturlnn Plant Hestroyeil.
Next came the AUina'on-Curtis Manu
facturing company's expensive plant and
Passol's old soap factory, all of which were
wiped out. Here the fire struck Jefferson
avenue, and iu an hour some of the finest
residences in the city were in ashes, the
sweep being clean north to Emerson street,
where the fire continued eastward, south
of and alonpr Emerson street out toward
the city limit'. It cut a wide swath on
Owen, Howard, Sheridan, and Varren
avenues, and other streets east. Vincent's
Orphan home succumbed early, but thfl in
mates were removed to places of salety.
The patients were all removed from St.
Mary's hospital, which was in extreme
danger for a time, but which was saved.
A Mile and m Half or Devastation.
' The area covered was a mile and a half
in length and from two to four blocks in
width. A large number of fine residence
were destroyed, over forty having cost
from fj.fX'O to $20,000 each. It is estimated
that over 250 families are homeless and
many of them saved nothing but the
clothing on their backs.
ONE HUMAN LIFE SACRIFICED.
Burned to a Crisp an Old Mao A Fire
man Hurt The Property Lo.
The remain of GeorgeTurner, father-in-law
of Charles Holland, one of the leading
citizem., have been found burned to a
crisp. He was 69 years old and became
lost in the confusion and was burned to
death within a block of his
home. This was the only life lost.
One fireman named AlcXally was severely
injured and many people were burned and
For three long hours the element licked
np cottage homes and more elegant resi
dences, lumber piles and manufacturing
plants with equal relish. The cloud, small
at first, gadually spread until it cast its
shadaw over a considerable portion of the
city rich and poor alike being homeless,
and mnat. Iiein? obliged to accent shelter
Iroin trom triendly neigntiors.
Property Lout About a MiltLo.
The loss is difficult to estimate, but will
reach somewhere iu the neighborhood of
f l,5C0,m0. The extent of territory which
was burned is about twenty-five squares,
andlucludes large portions of the Sixth
and Seventh wards. The territory was
swept nearly clean of every building. Be
sides this E lward Germain's big factory,
i niployins 3X) men, and one or two fac
tories outside of this district were d-s.
r'.royed. The wind was blowing a gale iu
r northeasterly direction.
Sparks Spread the Iestroyer.
The sparks wore blotrn to almost in
credible "distances and new fires started
up in a dozen places at once. For a lon
time the firemen fought without making
any apparent fieauway amt it became
necessary to send for aid to Hay City and
Flic. The fire departments of these places
arrivjj by special train and did grand work
with the local department.
Citizens Organized Itucket ltrigades.
The citizens also did much to prevent
the spread of the flames by well organized
bucket brigades on houses that were
threatened at a distance. The battle was
kept up vigorously until the tire was un
der cont rol. v
List of the Heaviest Losers.
The heaviest losers are tis folio-.-s: Brown
Si Kyan, lumber, s-s.OOO, partly insured; J.
F. Winkler, ice house and barns, f 15,u00,
insurance, t"S,0(K1; Frank Judge, hotel,
fl.50;'; Judge Holden, residence and barn,
flu'.HKi, Frank 1'luiub, residence, 4.0"0;
Mrs. II. Spindler, two houses, ST.ooo; (Jeorge
F. Cross Lumber company, -H,000; Alling-ton-C'urtis
Manufacturing company, .fl-V',-CM;
E. (lormain, planing mill, factory, and
12,fN"m.(HK) feet of Lumber, :i.V),0 K; I II.
Krtchum, house find barn, j:'o,oiM, insur
ance, l",(H.0; Kirby lUakely, residence and
furniture, .;5,r'ni; V. T. Cooper, residence,
siHKi; K. Skinner, residence, &,w : Horace
Johnson, residence, f4,r00; V. 11. 1'esser,
six dwellings, .slit.tMHi; Simpson !c Emery,
five dwellings, j 1 i.ttoti; Charles Holland,
residence, $t..".!o; 1 McArthur, two houses,
t-'-.ooO. Thy foregoing only includes a few
of the larger losses.
One Thousand Men Made Idle.
Fully l.rtoo men employed in factories
burned are thrown out of employment and
hundreds of families are homeless, as about
300 buildings were burned.
Three Children Cremntcil.
llriFAI.o. May 22. The cottage on
Grand island occupied by John Downey,
wife and five children was burned to the
ground. Three of the children, John, aged
7; Antiie, aged K and Frank, aged .", per
ished in the f. antes. The upsetting of a
lamp by a dog while the family were
asleep caused the fire.
Child and 0!d Lly lturned to Death.
V.TF.Ki:n.V, Conn., May 22. Maude,
the S-ye.ar-old daughter of II. E. Hoberts,
cf Naugnttick. set her clothing on f.re and
rushed up stairs and sought the protection
of an aged woman named Mary Monroe, of
Wotcrbury. The bed on w hich the latter
was liing was set afire, and the woman
died from injuries received. The little
girl is also dead.
Little Hoy Unrned to Heath.
St. I.oi'is, May -2. Fire in (i-ittin's liv
ery sttble. at the corner of Chatming ave
nue and I.ocr.st street, resulted in the cre
mation of James Quinn, 7 years old. and
105 horses. Six other memliers of the Qititin
familv had narrow e.-capes. The loss is
Another Sweeping -onflisration.
Axtioo, May 1.2. Meed's saw-mill, plan
ing mill, loarding-house and thirty or
forty residences in the south part of town
have been tctally destroyed by fire. The
fire was the result of forest tires. Eos-,,
HE CHARGED IT TO BRIGGS.
The President's Pastor Creates a Pres
Washington, May 22. The I'rtbyterian
general assembly has before it for adoption
a deliverance calling the attention of
trustees of congregations to the fact that
the session and not ;the trustees has au
thority over music, the use of church
buildings, and all matters of worship.
Trustees it seems have been usurping pow
ers not their own. The commissioners
filled all the local pulpits nnd Sunday
services were crowded, people having to
be turned away.
At the First Presbyterian church, which
the president attends and he and Mrs.
Cleveland were present Hev. W. M.
Smith preached and said that the average
Presbyterian church of 115 members was
only bringing in eight additional mem
bers a year. When he had com
pleted his sermon Kev. Mr. Sunderland,
the pastor, arose and paid that Kev. Smith
had failed to tell why the church was ad
vancing so slowly. The cause he said wa.'
"Dr. ISriggs, and I would not be in that
man's shoes today for all the world. Eet
us sing hymn Xo. vJ.3." The remark caused
a great sensation and is the talk of the
Camherlands Se it a Woman.
LITTLE Hock., May 22. The Cumberland
Presbyterian assembly has settled one
branch of the woman question. Two re
ports were made on the question of admit
ting to a seat Mrs. Claggett, of Kentucky,
the first woman ever elected as commis
sioner. The minority report w us against
admission, and after a warai debate it was
tabled. The majority report was then
adopted by forty majority, and Mrs. Clag
gett gets the seat. The matter, however, is
not sett led yet. There are stacks of memor
ials asking the presbytery to rescind the
action of last year when it was decided
that the constitution of the church does
not prohibit women becoming ruling eld
ers, and that the question be handed dow n
to the presbyteries.
Talmage Stays with the Tabernacle.
BlsooKXTS, May 21 In the presence of a
congregation that crowded the immense
Tabernacle to the doors the Rev. T. Dewi:t
Talmage officially announced that the
floating debt of the Tabernacle had been
liquidated, and that his remaining with the
church as its pastor was assured.
THUST IS "BUSTED."
Meaning the Great Combine in
THINKS SAM. WOOLNEH, OF PEOEIA.
Five Large IMstilleries Cnt Loose from
the Itlntillery and Cattle Feeding Com
pany and Will Paddle Their Own Canoe
Hereafter Opinion of the leader in
tZie Hreak Thirty Thousand Alore Gal
lons Haily of Free Whisky.
PEom.v, Ills., May 22. Five of the larg
est distilleries in this city have wishdrawn
from the and Distilling Cattle Feeding com
pany. The rumor of the withdrawal of
the companies was on the street early, but
nothing could be learned from the Trust
officials, whoVire very reticent on the sub
ject. A reporter called upon Samuel Wool
ner, of the Woollier Distillery company,
and asked him if it was true that his com
pany bad withdrawn. Mr. Wi.eiiier said:
"Yes, it is true. Xot only our twVi nouses,
but the Manhattan, the Xorthern, and the
Peoria Distilling companies have also
Failed to Pay the Kent.
I:t 1SS7 the Woolner l.ros. were the
owners of two distilleries iu this city,
the drove and the Union distil
leries. Onr houses had a daily capacity of
7,500 bushels and at that capacity went
into the Distilling and Cattle Feeding com
pany when it was organized in lss7. We
leased the grounds on which the distiller
ies stood to the company for twenty-live
years at an annual rental of t-'15,Oiti), paya
ble quarterly. The Cattle Feeding and dis
tillery company has failed to pay us any
rent since J uly of IS'.!--. The lease had the
following clauses of defeasance it it: 'The
lessor shall have the right and privilege of
canceling this lease on a failure of t he les
see to pay the rent for a period of sixty
elays after the same becomes payable.'
Served Notice Lant Saturday.
fcVe served notice Sat unlay aft., ruoon on
the company that the lease was cancelled,
and we immediately took possession of the
distilleries and will hereafter operate them
in our own name .and independent of the
whisky trust. We will paddle our own
canoe and Mtpply the trade. East on, for
the Manhattan; John H. Francis, for the
Peoria, and II. A: J. Schw-abaeher, for the
Xorthern Distilling company, have all
taken similar action and will hereafter
operate their distilleries independent of the
Lxpect Forfeiture of fliarter.
"There is fully SlUO.lV.) due these compa
nies for rent, and there was no other course
left to us. These five houses are the largest
and tn-st in the country. They have a total
capacity of Ki.iXm bushels, and are capable
of manufacturing 30,0" M gallons of spiri
everv day. We believe that the result of
the "litigation pending and instituted by
the attorney general will result in the for
feiture of thi'! charter of t he Distilling and
Cattle Feeding company.
Hunted, and That Wide Open."
"In short, we think the "trust is busted,'
and that . .-ide open." Here ended the in
terview. These houses were to have been
closed by the trust on June 1, but the pre li
abilities are that ihey will run right along,
as they are in the very best condition for
EULAL1E AT WASHINGTON.
ABEREVIA TED TEL.EGKAM3-
She Visits the Pre sident. A ho Dors Not
Hi-turn the Call.
Washington", May C2. The formal visit
by the Infanta Kulalie to the White House
was a ve ry I rief one. Escort eil by Com
mander Davis the princess was ushered into
the Illue room where she was received by
the president and Mrs. Cleveland. After
this ceremony was ended her party was
presented. The Spani-h uniform worn by
Prince An'oine, Eaialie's husband, was
most brilliant that of the Spanish hus
sars and threw that of Commander Davis,
in naval full dre-ss, completely into the
shade. The men ef the Infanta's party
were all brilliantly costumed. The princess
was invited to dine at the White House
Weilnesday and accepted the invitation.
The question whether the president
would return the call was answere'd iu the
tie-gative a few hours later, for Mrs.
Cleveland nccompanie-d by Ceilonel Wilson,
Mrs. Carlisle and either ladies returne-d ahe
call. Later there was a long string ef call"
ers including the wives of cabinet ffloers
and the dip!ematic corps. The Infanta's
first Sunday was spent sightseeing, except
that she attendeel early nviss. She will go
to Xew York Thursday to atteud a grand
ball in her honor and from there to Chica
go. After her visit to the fair she wiil
throw i ff her official chaiacter and go west
as far as Yellowstone park.
Shot I lend in a Court-Konni.
Danville, hid.. May 22. Coley Lrown,
president of the Ix bannn Xatural das com
pany, shot and killed Samuel We-sner, a
prominent attorney, in the court-room
here directly in fremt of the judge's tlesk.
Wesner was attorney in a case against the
company and had given Hrowu a turning
over during his ple3 to the jury. The
men met i.iter the case had gone to the
jury, and after a few weirds llrown shot
Wesner, killing him. Wesner had a knife
in his hand when he fell, and had cut
lirown on the hand, but after the shots
were fired. llrown was taken to Indianap
olis to prevent a lynchijg.
Plans of the Woman Suff racists.
CHICAGO, May 22. The Americans
Woman's Equal Suffrage association has
held a meetlrg at. which plans were settled
upon for a vigorous campaign this fall in
the states of Xew York, Colorado and Kan
siis.where a universal suffrage amendment
to the constitution is soon to tie voted on.
It was eleci'sd after a lively discussion to
keep ti e suffrage and the prohibition issues
separate especially in Kansas.
Police Chief Convention Adjourns.
Chicacx), May 22. The convention of
chiefs of police has adjourned sine die,
after having passed the usual resolutions
of thanks to the city council, the mayor,
and e"ery one else interested in the chiefs'
onion who htd aided in bringing about
Cut the Kate All to Pieces.
ST. PAI L, May 22. It is stated that to
morrow the Minneapolis and St. Louis
will begin the sale of round trip tickets St.
Paul to Chicago for $10. This is a cut of
fG.50 under the rate recently agreed npon.
M' Cleveland Arrives Home.
New Yukk. My 2.'. Mis Rose Cleve
land, sister of ttie president, who has been
abroad since lbHJl, has arrived at Xew York
on the Etruria. Miss Cleveland is in very
The Latonia Derby, miles, was won
bv Huck McCann, Michel second, Midway
third. Time, 2:42.
The Italian ministry has resigned, the re
sult of a cabinet intrigue.
Frank H. Jones, of Illinois, recently ap
pointed first assistant postmaster general,
lias assumed the duties of his office.
John F. Corbet, of Chicago, and Ed Cla
tor, of Wheeling, W. Ya, will row a mils
with a turn over the Pullman course May
27 for ei.000.
The Anglo-American colony at Vienna
gave a farewell dinner to Fred drant, the
retiring United States minister.
It is reporteil that Mrs. James G. Hlaine.
Jr., the divorced wife of young "Jim"
Hlaine, will auain risk her happiness em
the matrimonial sea, this time taking for
a pilot Dr. W. T. Hull, who has been her
physician for a long time.
Chinese merchants ami traders who want
to t nss through the United State's ar."
shipped through like merciian lise in b ml.
The Citizens' bank at Johnson City,
Tenn.. has closed, assets, Sis.flOs I; liabilities,
The Vermont Investment company, and
Hammond, Hush iVt 'o.. bankers at rvell,
Vt., have suspended. They both did much
business with farmers.
The meeting which is to perfect Emrene
V. Debs' in w railway orgatiizai ion will be
held at Chicag ) Juue 2a.
deorge Lankford, a Chicago saloonkeep
er killeil his wife and himself to escape
the woman's insane je-alousy. They had
only been married six months
Secre-tary Carlisle will except from civil
sesvi. e examination chiefs of divisions in
Ire'ileiieh Koe-hler, of Sal nil township,
O., has eight sons who with Frederick
himself all voted for Cleveland last election,
lie w rote the president alxiut it, sending
a phoutgraj h of the nine, and has just re
ceived an autograph letter of acknowledg
ment and thanks from the president.
James Mtduire, umbrella peddler was
found dead with his pockets picked at
Mrs. Frank lleaudrcau, a widow at
Chippewa Falls, Wis., has fallen heire-ss
t3 a Spanish estate of J-l.OiM.w1"-
At Woodstock, a M. Louis s-.il. urn, a
burglar having been (list urb.-d w hik' ply
ing his vocation bv the owner ef I lie valu
able's he was : propria: ing, shot said
owner eleiid and then e-sta;.id. The victim
was lien McCui'.ouuh. paying teller if the
State bank of S;. LotiU.
deneral (ieeirm' Wallace J. ins. K' ye'ars
old, thee. Mest living (X-l'iiited States sen
ator, will :ice-of.:pa::y the remains i f .leil
Davis mi their j 'tiineyfrom Xew Orleans
to Kiehmonii. i ieiieral Jcue's Is a resident
The Campania. Patis and Fuerst His-
marck, lhr-e oertan greyhounds, are racing
for Xew Yerk t cross the Atlantic and
some re-cord .smashing is lot ked for.
James S. Dwight, a student of Yale,
with a hiirh standing in his class and to be
gtaduateii in June, couldn't i est rain his
natural or acquired cusseilnes, robbed his
college mates and is now in jail.
.Te hn Connor's saloon in the central part
of Isiipeming. Mich., was damaged by a
Xeatly e very day 11 owe rs and fruit are
sent by Mrs. Join
Luke's hospital aero:
K.vkitei.er to Sr.
the way from lur
Pumps Will Come Handy Some Tim?.
KoKoMo, Ind., May 2.'. The natural gas
pipcing company in ci tistrut-ting a line,
(statili-hed three pumping stations, one
here, one at Winamac. and fine at Ham
mond. In e-xperimen: mg with the pumps
recent ly t he company mad ? the discovery
that the pumping system, put in at an ex
pense eif .sunt. oi t, was a superfluity, the
natural pre-ssure- e f the gas !eil;g so powei-
ful as to Ion e the- gas through the mams
without artificial aid.
Keroiver for the Northwestern Guaranty.
.Minneapolis, Minn.. May 22. The mat
ter of the application for a receiver for tlu
Northwestern duaranty Loan company ha
been finally adjusted by the appointment,
of the Minneapolis Trust company.
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
blow the knee, and wascured sound and well
wilh two and a half j Et?-
Other blood niedicineshad failed IBffiS:'
J, ,r, crood. W ILL C. r.EATY.
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I wastronblc l from childhood with rv. n -
prnvatod rasoof Tetter, and threo oot.ie-.-. e 1
T". T T A R.1 a V
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TIHB DAILY AKOUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
. door every evening mi per wcr.
tttt AVTKD AN ACTIVE MAN FOR I'KRMA
W nent position. Sam Clark, St. Jam s ho
tel, Mouday p. m.
WANTED GLaZIERS; SHOP WORK;
steady employment for rapid workers.
Tbe Morgan Co , Weet Twenty-second and I'nie n
streets, Chicago. 111.
WANTED SUCrESSFLL CANVASSER.
It oualifled tohandla genersl as-ency. Sa'ary
from start. Best reference's required, tiive
aite. I.ake Ontario Nurecries, KochesteT, N. Y .
WANTED YOUNG MAX FOR OFFICE WORK
at Bock Island. Salary S50 per month.
Must fornisu best reference and f lOOeaish capital.
Address Room f.S, Woolaer Building. Feoria, III.
a OKNTS WANTED AGENTS TOTAKE OR-
J ders In every town and city : commission or
liberal salarr to saccesefal tolicitora; steady
work. Sera reterenc-s una secure territory
promptly. Ellwanirer & Barry, Mt. Uope nurser
les, Rochester, N. Y.
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we wisn to say to our lauy inenus m;u
carry a. splendid stock of Kid Gl.e in
French and German make. We haw -:
this department one of the best locations n
our store, it being a yerv important .-no.
We have not spared trouble nor expen-j ;n
making this department attractive in . .crv
respect. Every pair of Gloves fitted i; Je
sired. Any lady wishing to inspect our
Glove stock will meet with the most cour
KLUG, HASLESH, SOHWENT8ER
Dry Goods Comrany. Dawnviu T
-Keeps the iirest line of-
IN TIR CITY
DRIFFILL & GLEIM
Under Harper House.
Cut in Half,
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12. 11. 17c
Whi'.e- trranite' plates. 5 in oV
' Tin ti.rc
' coveTeil sugars 15c
Wliito irranito iiakcr
lJs ijt ilisli pans
s in pie' tins
Everything in the store will be slaughtered ih
week. Everything must go. Come early ani
avoid the rush.
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART SK 'KE.
A I&y Gtoin saie
Jacket, Cape, Suit
-IN OUK STOKE-
To be sold without regard to cost or value.
114 West Second Street. DAVEXPORT. 10
The Nobbiest, Prettiest, most tasteful and most
reasonable Millinery is at the BEE HIVE.
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