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WILMNOTON, TUESDAY. OCT. 31.
BKMOCKATIC STATIC TICKET.
CHARLES C. STOCK LEY,
ol Sussex County.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONORESS,
CHARLES B. LORE,
Of New Castle County.
IIKMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKKT.
FOU HT AT» SKNATOKS,
DR. SWITHIN CHANDLER.
ALEXANDER B. COOPER.
HENRY M. BARLOW.
GEORGE II. BATES.
ROBERT C. .IU8TIS.
ALBERT N. SUTTON.
WILLIAM A. COM Eli YS.
DK. JAMES V. CRAWFORD.
FOR LETT COURT COMMISSIONER«,
F. DU UND HAMAN, Mill Urtxk Hundrctl.
e>»UM T. UHRAIKS, Ue«l Lion Hundred.
.'AM »iS If. MACKF.Y,White Clay Creek lid.
hERICK F. fill A LLCK088, St. (leor^'nlld.
./ A M >Ï8 T. TAYLOR, Ap|MH|Uliiimiiik lid.
t.uoriUK C. ltOTIIWELL, Ulaekhird lid.
PURNAL J. LYNCH.
FRANK E. SMITH.
Intim 1« hit Ion anil Fr»u<l.
It i« a notorious fact that without the
thadow of foundation for Rtich an ahnurd
claim, many Republican parly workers are
declaring that the Republican ticket will
have a majority of front eight hundred to
thousand in the city of Wilmington on
Tuesday next. There is no such majority
ln Ute city on
In fact, it is doubtful if there is
any Republican majority at all, as the city
is very close, politically, and lias been for
years. Therefore, it will be impossible for
liie Republican party to obtain any consider
able majority here without recourse to gross
1n tint (dation by means of special policemen
and deputy marshals, and to glaring, un
We therefore call upon ail Democratic and
Independent citizens to carefully watch the
jsilIs ou the day of election,
«•ase of intimidation an<l fraudulent voting
Hint may occur, taking cure to observe time,
«'ircumstancen and Ute names of cor.
loboratlng witnesses whenev r possible.
The Gazette will cheerfully aid iu this
■work, and publish all such instances tlio day
after the election , ko that. If intimidation and
order to defeat tho
will of the people, the evidence of the
may be ready ti
A Democratic Board of Canvass bas
n'riady shown that it will honestly de
termine the result of an election
Ur political inclinations, even to the extent
•ding tho errors of Ignorant Kcpub
, sufikcieut in themselves to
vitiate tho election of a part, if not all, of
their ticket. But at the same time it will
►Laud ready t
fraud and intimidation, ;
" a free ballot und
of the result.
Remember to note every case of intimi
dation or other act. of illegality or apparent
Illegality. Observe carefully the place, the
hour of the d iv, the. names of the guilty
parties, or their personal appearance if their
unknown to you ; take
the name of every wit
every corroborating circumstance as far
possible. For it. Is only iu this way that you
can successfully stem the tide of fraud
which the Republican leaders
blasting will carry them to
victory on the seventh of Novcml
honest vote ;
wirte«! to ii
lay before the Board of
ben it meets to determine the
id verse to
protect tlie people agaitmt
•i secure to them,
Whhn a good word i« spoken for the
public school« of ChcHt«*r county', let the
voters remember that they
*» children have be. n
of the poor
Ib*pub!i«*an l«'gi«latlon ha«
Delaware if that
.•»is at the election on Tuesday
forced In beside the rhlldret
Nothing coui.i> iih>
' clearly establish
the tlisreputable nature of Chairman Har
#»* In this State titan the fact
friends feel impelled to 8wet
thu negro voters to support his tickets.
"When the "colored tr«)Op«" refuse to light,
the last element of Republican strength is
gone and there is no hope left.
Dehpitb Mr. Bksgs' emphatic und con
clusive denial, the morning organ sticks to
its senseless charge that lie insulted foreign
itizens in a recent Sussex county
speech. And yet the morning organ wouldn't
Le for a f »rtune.
Oi h Farmington
'orresjxindent, " Citi
#>i«les of tlu; pu|M*r.
have published 1» !» eu
A Blow at Wilmington's Prosperity.
Mr. Hastings, Lho Republican candidate
for Congress, it reported to have given ex
pression, ln bis Fourth street speech on
Saturday night, to the sentiment that
Europe might have the trade of the world,
but that the trado of the United States was
enough for us.
Such a narrow, Illiberal view may suit
Mr. Hastings, whose ideas of tariff legisla
tion and the laws governing commercial In
tercourse between nations run In the con
tracted groove of home production for home
markets only, but surely the Intelligent me
chanics and workingmen of this city, on a
little reflection, will radically differ with
him In this respect,
industry they have mode the producta of
their handiwork famous not only In this
country, but throughout the civilised world.
To adhere to Mr Hastings' idea would be
to prohibit the Jackson & Sharp Company,
the Ilarlan & Hollingsworth Company and
Messrs. Bowers A Dure from making any
more cars for Central and South America,
front willig countries they have had many
lucrative contracts, which kept our
mechanics employed and circulated thous
ands of dollars in this community. It would
prohibit the Harlan & Hollingsworth Corn
patty and the Puse^ & Jones Company from
building a Hugh: vessel not destined to ply
upon American waters. The Vulcanised
Fibre Compauy would I»c compiled to re
fuse all Its enormous European orders,
while Moir'a cannery and the Richardson
A Robbins caunery at Dover would
have to depend exclusively upon home ap
petites for the substantial foods and tooth
some delicacies they send lit such vast
quantities to every portion of the world
whew civilization has a foothold. Not a
single Item of Wilmington's rich and varied
products would be sent across the Atlun'lc,
and wlteu home trade was dulled by slight
demand and active home competition,
establishments would be closed, while our
mechanics Idly walked the streets.
We hope the intelligent mechanics of
Wilmington will Indignantly reject this
foolish idea promulgated by the Republican
candidate lor Congress. We want the
workshops of Wilmington to be represented
all over the world, and Wilmington built
ships to carry tlie commerce of this country
to foreign |H»rts. We want the trade of
every country that needs our productions,
and the mechanics of Wilmington to be en
gaged in tliu construction of ocean steam
ships for the carrying trade that has been
monopolized by foreign vessels ever since
the Republican party came Into power In
But this result cannot be attained by
electing Mr. Hastings to Congress, and only
those workingmen who desire to see a
Chinese wall of prejudice built up around
this country, to shut us out from the mar
kets of the world, should give him their
votes. He lias boldly given expression to
sentiments that are inimlcu! to the real pros
perlt-y of our city, and he should not complain
if the voters of Wilmington take him at his
word. A vote for Mr. Hastings is a vote in
favor of making Wilmington's prosperity
dependent entirely upon a home market,
while a vote against him is iu favor of in
creasing our prosperity to the largest ex
tent. Let the workingmen of Wilrningtou
bear these facts iu mind, und vote accord
By their skill and
Mr. Htooins has made but few speeches
during tills campaign, as he is llly-incllued
to support the cause of Harrington and
Fisher. However, tLere is yet time for him
to repeat the handsome
pllment he pnhl
the Democratic administration of this State
a few years ago, in the following tet
With the feeling that
in the party, combined with
ticket, worthy the support of any
Democratic victory in New Castle county
on Tuesday next is a foregone conclusion.
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
Straw bridge & Clothier,
Dealers in Dry Goods Exclusively,
Eighth and Market Streets.
Stellar Notes tor Ni
Th» liiggi'st thine in tlie celestial llrina
ment fur tlie coming montn is Crul's treat
enmet whieli, ultliouirli slowly Jnlmllin^ In
size ami brilliancy, will still repay tlie early
riser for an liour or two snatched! from Ms
morning nap. Not since tlie year 1SJW, v lien
Donati's remarkable ... blazed lor weeks
in the evening sky, lias the world been
favored with a ecleslial tramp so well worth
looking at, or one that has been studied wil Ii
no much Interest by astronomers. And, il
the recent new. from the Capo of Oofsl
Ho[ie observers is to he relied on, the pres
ent comet will ever be memorable as the
flrst one which has been observed In the lull
blaze of, and unextiugiilshed by the light oi
> h> glide right up to tlie edge of
that luminary until it seemed to disappear
into the very body ol the bun Itseir.
Ul the planets Mercury possesses very
little interest for the ordinary observer
during the coming month, and, as well ns
Mars, Is practically out of the Held for the
rest of the year.
Venus, on tho contrary, will be at her
greatest brilliancy on the 1st of November,
though not showing to the best udvantuffe
lK*ciiuse ol her great
In the telescope she now appears
bright and constantly narr*
about like the moon when three
.lays' old. But little more than a month
intervenes until the day, on the fith of
December, when she will transit the sun's
disc, literally, if tho skies prove propitious,
"tliu observed of all observer*»;'' for «
centurie» must clapso before u repeti
tion of this phenoinonon.
Jupiter, owing to hi« unusually high
northern déclination and tlie si*
at which lie now rises, i« exceedingly well
situated for observation, and an opera gl
will suffice to bring out ills satellites In ft
favorable atmosphere and the absence of
the moon. With a telesco|>c of moderate
operhire the transits of the
shadows of the satellites can be observed
and a fair view of the planet's belts ob
Kuturn also Is very well situated, coming
to opposition about the middle of the
months. Ills ring system Is so widely
opened us to very sensibly increase his light
to the naked eye, and he will he attentively
nd steadily watched by astronomers from
until after his rings open to
their greatest extent iu 1885.
great red spot i
a feature of the
past has now gr
a moment to Jupiter, the
hielt has beer
it quite fuinc und
likely to 800 H lade from view.
Neptune I« well placed lor observation,
but it takes considerable magnifying power
to show liis dl«e and only the largest tele
make out anything about this
planet really worth looking at.
Among the constellations, the grand and
glorious Orion is now coming to tlie fnmf,
preceded by the "gentle pleiad»*«'' and fol
lowed by the blazing Sirius.
keep? canaries in constant song, and
diseases. 15 cents at drug store.
Foo»l Co., Camden, N. J.
Dr. l'icrce's •
•t cxtrulcd a>
fulfills a singlcnct
tent spécifié in f ho
"cnre-all," but ndinirubiy
of purpose, being a most po
: »'hrunie wonkniises peculiar
to women. DarticulurMln Dr. Pierce'«pamphlet
treatise on 1)1 «ou sets Peculiar to Wo
Hend tor tin
xu Alix Me
MASKED AS A NOBLEMAN
A Check to the Travels of Bogus Lord
F its-So merest.
[Philadelphia Press tlpcctsl.]
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 30.—The Impostor
arrested at Wtnnlpefkwhile operating uader
the name of Laid *1l#-8on»erset, is well
knowu in Buffalo, He came to this city
two or three years ago and registered at the
Tifft House under the name of Lord Hugh
Courtenay, and played the «windier so suc
cessfully that be was made a Hon of tu not
a few of the residences on Delaware avenue.
the bogus lord was arrested and lodged in
the station for non-payment of his hotel bill,
much to the chagrfn of the duped leaders
He was next heard of in fiait Lake City
last year, where he again came to grief. He
was urreated and when on trial slipped out
of court and escaped. ïïc was caught In
New York, taken back and finally sent out
of the country to England. When fiupcrln
tendent of Voile© Wolfe was in New Y'ork
last August he was told that the bogus lord
had been seen in that city a few days pre
viously. The imposter Is knowu by a
number of other noble aliases, besides that
of Lords Fltx-Someraet and Courtenay.
Three yean ago the mau operated Iu New
effected by C. K. Horton and
Keady for Fall Hualneaa.
Our fall stock of hate and caps now In
stoic. The most elegant stock ol Derby
huts we ever had made up. Priées os usual,
. II. Runiford A
the lowest in the city.
Bro., No. 404 Market street.
Tl»* Result of 1'erseveraace.
A representative of The Timet- Democrat wbs
present at tho office of Thu I^ouirtlaiia Statu
lottery t'ompnny when Mr. D. P. Blslr of Col
umbus, Miss., received a chock for Sl&.uoo.iui tho
lucky bolder of
you not fuel «luted whun favored by fortune?"
'•No, not at ali. I had an idea I would Wlu. 1
had been taking Ockels-w. il, now it must be
for nearly two years, and 1 was biding my Uuiu,
for 1 felt my turn would come soon. I never
hurrlud thu Lottery Company up, but wuitud,
taking my tickets regularly every month, and
now Pvu hit them. "What do you intend
doing with the money?*' "Well, the night 1
bel lured 1 hud won, 1 mentally distributed it.
I have children, und 1 prepose to invest a por
lion of thu money fur them. The plans 1 made
ou that night 1 intend carrying
that occasion by Intuition, It
seurn. that I had
impossible to describe. Thus lie
Tliu nuit drawlug will occur November 14th.and
any information thereof can tie had ou appll
tlon to M. A. Uiuphfn, New Orleans, la» .—N.
U. Tithe»-Democrat, September in.
tilth of the ca
ticket No. 42,101, and
pliai prise ot
asked : "Did
out. 1 foil
l Would UllllOHl
. Tli. rucllug. offlouno.l.
iMrtotl hi. time.
Fancy lloalery »ml luasrnmir.
J^EW GOniß I
S. Ii. STAATS
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
id iH-autiful deblgns
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
FOR LADIE8, GENTS AND MIS8E8.
Alio opening a largo and WELL
hKLKGTKD «TOOK OF
La lies', Gentlemen's and Children's
AT THIC VEKY LOWEST MARKET BATES
New Dre*« Goods, djc., at »harps.
'yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market St«.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PKICF4.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from the Importer«
Cloths and Cassi meres.
Tne largest «tock
have ever offered.
—Also a full llue of—
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From 35 cent* to |2.oo per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourtli and Market Sts.
MCUU i) ATI ONAL.
MONDAY EVF.'G, OCT. 2, '82,
oil No. 4. Maboule Tempi«-.
Information will apply *
'"V.2AÎ, 1 ' 1 .. ')'• HpupiiY.
nr KKOK. J. JACKSON i'/kKCK.
^ ABLE WOOD INSTITUTE
Is 22 mile« west of
Phil*. A Balt. Central R
*» of Study—EnglDli, HumIium«, Sei« ntlfhi
ami C)a«»leal ; u thorough Chemical departuifiit.
•I boys to prep
opportunities offered to young men
for tlie best American col
Degrees are conferru*! by authority of tlie Leg
islature «if Pennsylvania upon youug laities
taking a full course.
Reading Unghthy a llrst-class elocutionist.
Penmanslilp »ry a professor—master of tlie
beauties of tlie
Private instruction given to those whono edu
cation has been neglected. A homelike depart
UM "t fo* little boys. Twelve instructions.
J. 8HORTL1DGK (Yak* College), A. M. t Prin
cipal, Concord ville, Del., Co., Pa,
IYELAWaRE CARPET HOUSE,
1 ß N Ü. aw M A RK ET bTREkT.
We have Just received a large stock
1NGRA1N8 AND DAMASK
—Also a large assortinent of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
h call and satisfy yourself that
giving liar gal 11 «.-%*
1,000 Pairs More
Those $1.00 SHOES.
EWING, (> E. Front Street.
Jonv 1 VA If A MA KW*.
Tuesday, October 31.
We have upholstered two little
rooms in a way to show what
we meant the other day by the
new Art oi Upholstery,
designs are our own, that is,by
Paul Hath; and the work has
been executed by the hands
that we put upon all our artis
tic upholstery. It is,therefore,
not only a sample of what up
holstery can Ik*, but of what it
actually is, when entrusted to
A very proper criticism,
which lias been made on the
window designs, suggests the
propriety of an apology for this
The new Art of Upholstery
is, in this country, no older
than six-and-a-half years. The
Centennial Exhibition brought
it from Europe and gave it m
impetus. Luxuriously in
clined ]>cople saw there a great
variety of upholstery poods,the
like of which had never before
crossed the Atlantic, and many
examples of correct upholstery.
They had just begun to recog
nize the difference between
correct architecture and house
building by carpenters and
masons; and they were ready
to see the difference between
correct upholstery and the in
congruous mixing of decora
tive materials which had passed
under the name of upholstery
in this country. Some did
catcli enough of the spirit of
the art to make a demand for
such goods and such work as
they had seen for the first
There were in New York a
few Germa i and French up
holsterers who knew something
of upholstery abroad, and who,
up to that time, had been con
tent to satisfy the provincial
taste of Americans. They
were quick to seize on the ad
vantage afforded by the change
and to become not only l'ro
fbssors of the Art of Uphol
stery, but leading merchants
in the goods of upholstery, and
practitioners as well. They
"awoke one morning and
found themselves famous" and
fortunes within their grasp;
though, very likely, they had
forgotten half they had known
of the re al art of upholstery,
and needed to go to Europe to
Now there are at least half
a-dozen upholsterers having
all they can do in work of the
very highest order. Boston
buys great quantities of tin*
richest of upholstery goods;and
two or three upholsterers there
are not inferior to the best on
the continent. Philadelphia
has at least two upholsterers,
besides ourselves, who have
the men and the goods for first
class work. But there isn't
much first-class work to do in
such awakening here, as in
New York and Boston, to the
worth-while-ableness of proper
Beyond these, dozen or so,
upholsterers of these
cities which care most for cul
ture and for art, upholstery re
mains very much what it was
sell goods, and to
There has been no
It is content to
enough of certain manual skill
in tacking them on furniture
and walls to sell the goods. Of
art lit knows nothing and
notliing. This is only another
way of saying that ninety-nine
in a hundred ot the jæoph*
have no comprehension of the
function of upholstery; which
«t"«»»!. Thlrlwntli and Market streets,
and Llty-bull »«iitaïc*. t*bl1u«lc*lpliin.
P hiladelphia, wil- ul|K||B
JUINUTON AND ■WC**
October. »ih, iml
T rains will Icars Wilmington as follow« frr *
1st« stations-#. M, 7
WSäWäTÄ »• »•
Baltimore amt Intermediate stations— I.Oft, t.17
10.00 a.m. s.OOp. in. ■
HaUlutorv and Hay Line-S.87 p. m.
_ d Washington—I.«, 4.SI, i.06 MT
a. in. 1.00, *1.0», 5.00, S.S7, ll.M p. m.
Baltimore only—1.OS, 10.00 a.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for:
Now ( 'aatio—S.U\ 9.10a. in.
•U A ll.M *.
. 12 .» and
i.os, *. 00 , s.'A p. m
d intermediate sUtlons-«.l0 a*, ni
I.OS. «k2Sp. in.
d Intermediate stations—i.W a. m.
SUN DAY TRAINS.
Philadelphia and Intermediate station«-«. 10a.m.
12.00m! &.*). 7.», S.M, p. III.
I'hlladelphia And New York -2.00, 2.28 a. in. 5.17,
«.38, 7.» p. in.
a. m. ll.M p. in.
Baltimore— I.OS a. in.
,1 Washington—1.<2, ...I, t.OA ..IT,
►'or further In formation passenger« are n
the time table* posted at the depot.
asFTrulii» marked ihn«: (*)
upon which extra fare Is charged.
.1. It. WOOD, General Passenger Agi.
CHAM. K. PCI. II. General M
HT LA MS H If LISt.N.
«HANGE OF TIMK !
FOR PHILADELPHIA AT 7 A. M.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY,
OCT. 5WTII, Til K STEAMER
SAMUEL M. FELTON
will leave French street wliarf at 7.00 a.
log leave* PhiHdetphla at 2.8» p,
Fare rroin Wlliningloii, 15 ee
tickets21 rents. From llmik
on the boat goo.I to
on ncroiiiiiiodatloti trains onlv,
eeiits; Lluwood (II.Mik), ►) veut
00 cunt*. ^
... Chester. lOeenU:
Ticket, will Im* sold
. W..V lt.lt.lt.
to t 'bester, .*i
Electric Line of Steamers
Halls from King street wliarf, Wilmington,
i«l HATIJRDA Yrt,
at 2 o'clock, p. tn.. ami ami from IM» r 14,
►jtst Klvt-r, New York,
.1 FRIDA TS,
4 o'clock, p. rn. Freight carried as low
) other line. For rate«
A KIRI. AII HOT, M South strict. New York;
K. ANDUKWH. Wllinliigton, Del. 5-2S-ir-80
UNITED STATES MAU. HTKAMKHS
Hall Weekly to and from
d ULAHUOW, via LONDON
Cabin PiMsnge, ft*) to fM). Returns f 110 to |I4C
Second Cabin,#40. HeturnTIckeU,f76.
Main Deck. P
s to or fr<
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
For tiookHOf "Tours In Hcotland, "rates, plans,
Ac., apply to IIKNDKKniN IIKOTIIKKS, Nev
York, or SAMUEL F. BETTS, Adams Exprès*
r £U E ARTTZANS SAVING BANK.
NO. 502 M AUK ET 8TBF.ET,
l!U'Oltl*ORATKl> .F ANC AH V 24TII, 1861.
Open to receive deponlUfroinO a. in. until 4p. m.
Tue».. lav und hntunlay.eveiiliifi»
nom 4 to 8 u'clm â.
BKMI ANNUAL DIVIDKND,
Regularly made In April and October. When
dividend« are not withdrawn thev are accounted
deposit«. Tim« permanentdcpoultacompound
thutr intureat twice III each year.
Clement It. Hmytli,
• LarlesW. Howland,
Nathaniel It. Itenson,
Henry F. Dure,
NV. Hast lugs,
George W. It nah,
George H. Capelle,
M. I.V I.lrlltrnmi'fll,
•loh If. JaekMon,
William 11. Hwltt,
GEORG KW. HII8II, Prealdrot,
Ê: T. TnaKra:^ 1 '" 1 '
.1. M. MATHER, Auditor.
piRST NATIONAL BANK
Hep«6itorv or thk Public Money
THE UNITED »TATE»
Edward Betts, Proslde..^,
GE<>. D Akmmtroxo, Cashier
I'AID UP CAPITAL, |500,U».
Plillftfli-lptita, New York
furnished In regular Deposit«.
ul «lay«, MONDAY» i
d Boston F.Tchang*
m without charge.
John II. Aitainfl,
Clement 11. Hmylb, .
George W. HumIi,
Dan lei Jiiiiich,
Sauuiel Unucroft, Jr.
MESSRS. E de V. VERMONT & CO.,
OK7®ClIAMHKItSSTREET, NKW VOKK,
Acknowledged regular enrresnr
N KWHPAPFKN iu Ho l ull. <1 »U
PRIVATE FINANCIAL LETTER
lent« of 40
• now prepaictl
from New York oltjp (
INVESTORS OR SPECULATORS,
un.ler white «cale. I e
•) to all
ay tle«lre. t«
« weekly the luted
HINTS und POINTS
M i ning the probable rl«n or deell
stock- ■ also ail vl«*e to lnv« Ht«>rs
d PROFITABLE I NVKHTMKNT».
: R' f,< :, v • Venno'it * <'o„ not In ina
il'.'! ' 'î'. )"'HiT'TI v , with Alljr
r lla ik. r»' ItMHliM HH, alvi! tlielr Infor
.1 oilvlrn with fall ImiairtlAllty
t being lutlueiiiM-d In tlie least by per*
regularly by MONDAY night'«
\\ F> KM «m the receipt or the
E. DE V. VERMONT it CO.,
70 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK.
K. It. ROBINSON & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
inall. I» Him
r ».ooo Delaware city 4.S per cent, bonds.
i!r ! 11 k "« . a ."i 1 l bon, l» oneommlHsi
»I «Irait! f»« îîi *îîï l 'i 111, 4®* 1 n aff paria of the w«
;! ÂïiLijîÂ. 1 "- , ' u
Just the Latest Styles
ow in the market
f Iteady Made Clothing
ill he found at Market &
JJecidedly the L
n the city to select from.
E very Department is filled
J3or your inspection and
] 73ach suit is guaranteed
N obby Patterns for Roys
oing our host for the
f this Department we need
E ich are the styles we offer
or a Custom Suit to fit like
a stock unsurpassed,
trimmed and made
stylish and neat,
f fashion, the finest found
on our street.
4 TH-\vith let ns go,
stock to view,
make our sclcclion from
ovc with tho crowd, and
leave your measure,
A nd got a suit that
E emembering "merit de
lett, the cutter, tirst in the
very garment must suit,
your favor to win,
Lis the reason we expect
o give us a call, we boast
not in vain,
he leaders of Styles in
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