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a" swaemd wt.
tI/ lt ^ l - r and nudes
enMe te im aw and . fe'
I w-nt wIest ad was - s.
- a gaesemramt mant, btet bteei
I re am Indin arrww i the opin
. I.e st a sthoe , mon ths' . ve of sh
Sanml wesat diowsn a the Tr-as coast
uest. I hLad tee. at Indlanola about
er thoardlng a a private* bt.oe*
whoa I ua smmll salboat on elday al1
Me d up sae nner a ay rt a Ion s
g At noon I man nto the smouth
F a* erek, where a emblln was in view
ealeldating n ge lting ene maatcheL
to .eplace ny st.wk. The rshl, was
abot ffy feet frmes the water's edge.
a after ad "hill.o" which was not an
1sweed. I landed and walked up to the
Ihoas. The door stood wkk olpen, ansd no
s moor lay a ran . cold and kdad, having
been shot In the brest. After a moment
I eatered for a elmer investigation and
t at the body and faound it cold. leath
had omcnrned several hours previously.
The cabin was a wrtheltd stru-ture,
peorly furnished and it did nuot meen at if
the mtive coaki have hbee, rodbery.
I had eturneulto the door, intendling to
hasten to Indintala and give the alarm,
whte a Ishboat, carrying four omes
lauded Ic the creek. I wenst down and
lated the news, and all of themn returned
sto the home with me. The men satisfied
themselves that the body was rcul, and
presently drew apart and belan to consult
toelur. rand after four or ive nminutes
hasterwO . I to nk
"~i mieas are agreed that this don't look
How do you mean T"
"W &W, thar's nla amurder hoer."
"So there ha but youdon't connect nm.
with it doyo ..'
"Weal, we found you here alone."
"let I had only just arrived. 4uppose I
had found you here. That bod as you
Is astoe cokld showing that datbh took
e aonpe ago while I lft town onlr at
So'-ok t.bh nmoarning. He was dead then
r Iatenr. "
conaItstael in and tqen he said:
"You nm he all rit. but you'll have to
p.ove t. We hal ke you ttoown,"
dmy willnaglnm bto and
state of thes n d to eseanlne mn we
valv ald rmee Its condition. I bada't the
leat lea that I bad got myself Into trouble
beu I soon diseovered to the cCntr . I
was given ln large of an odeer at Is lan
a" and pa y weat upto vkiw the body.
Thre had beam a meurder. Sonmebody was
yulkr. I was found there and alone. If
I wasn't l d then I must prove ,nymolf
isame.t. Tt was the way of the west
them. There was but one lawyer in the
tow., and be was a poor ane, but I ·seured
Mis aervr.. I was confined In an old
. seUd as a guard house during
drL war, and as mon as the party
rswed aed rotd that no tree. of
the arlsa eould he found public senti
mer t wars elat me. A warraest was Is
awed . r the loal juest, and the nest day
I was bought for e.mnliatimn. There
wasn't the .ightest proof to hold nme on,
but the 'squire, who knew nothin wlhat
ever of law, and was hardly ntellrent In
the ordinary sense ordIe me he until
further Invewstiuaton. Small squads of
mn were senat out to beat up for the meus
daser, bte at moos on the third day all
had ene nla eeept one. and had .et
with no suaess. I sat looking out o- a
womdem beared wlndow facing the steet,
whem I saw lve or six aen stop opposite.
and b a to argse and discurs. They
were tanwen my lawyer entered,
el they havent fosund ybo else,
mnd the boo. amy they a regon to hang
tyou know rm Innnoest ?"
"Of eanrs I do, but they don't believe
"And they will bans an lInmocent .aman
beesae a ea nldt t th lltry one 7"
"Thl aboult the Hh t. rU goUet
and have another talk, however. You
knew we don't goa much o either law or
.u l uarmnoud here sidae the war."
e wet out o and a crowd gathered and
I heard H vey wrd ao hid s eb to therus.
"Nows hen, what's the me ? Let's look
at the hates la the casm. It's nwln's like4ly
old (blderd wa shot afore the prisoter
lft hoasle. WH'at would Im want to kill
ham for? TIhe okl man had nothing to be
robhd of esept a dn and nie traps
and the prisner din't ave then am
wmasidn't want 'emU. Thesn too, hoe was shot
with a rifle ball, and the prisoner only
had a revolver. If he was gullty he'd
have run off when the flihbbot c-an. up;
bat he west right down to smewt it. Now.
domt roui go and ba a niua who is ittne
And then one of the cerowd got up oam
ties se bos and maid:
"Taom'I atalkln' fwr pay. I'll leave It
to may man here if the priwsomer proved his
Innocence. Wasn't be tha': Was any
one else thr ' Was any one elme thmar
Did be urove he wasn't tlir ? If te didn't
do it wiro dkl? How dko wee know it takes
five. or sis hours for m dIelmd nman to get
cokld? How do we. know Ihe dldn't get intot
a dispute with the ould mai :"
Several others a.spoke against nne. all
u, n the same et iny t opitry. aid thenm
the layer retunel amd all :
.The bays is bmlnd to do it. and yeou
had best get relsly, they will give' you as.
I felt it wars smelmce to furthur argue,
aad wrote out a statLnest ansd a couple*
of leters, gave nwur ulra dirmrtionen abuut
ain matters, ad was ts as ready as
I could be. Was I nervour Y Not a hit.
While I was certain that I should hte
bat d, I did not feel like lemoannln my
te. If I lead beessn area I woul haers
made a fitu for r evenge., ut as I was de
msrlmss, I lasp waited for the crowd
t onte. I woi. how they would
ha seand wheen I siloeted that they
had no allows anld that I should be stran
ed, I had somnething like vertigo for a few
ulmaues. It had just paomeu away when
fiv or sis of the crowd lcaste in.
I was led out colnducted htanst a
quarter of a nile to a tree and after I had
had my aran and leg. tled I was lifted to
the bead of a whisky harrl and the noose
of the rope dropped over uan head. They
were very cool about it, anul I heard sanaw
of them saying that I evidlently mneant to
dl. saane. Wheln all was ready I was asked
If I had anything to way. I re.pilk that
I hLae, and for about teun lainute I gave it
It then the beat I knew how, mta by no
amans neglected the justice, who staood
close by. I war astoelshed at ny own
seve and corolnes. I hadn't quite wound
r when soue onse discovered that the
part out was approaching. tine of
the a was waving a handker hkIf, and
wh I sw it I knew that some. dscovery
hId beam made.
I etoed with the nmose about my neck
ar even or eight minutes longer. but as
eres as the men eaae up there was a mud
ds aleem of base. They had got on the
ammawrdesr, hunted hint for mev
sea fiaily had shot bha down
ames la the btat. I was, of
e ased, Land leveraoe sought to
his actions, and it was only
af sfala was over that I ahli
my - a approach to death.
Ue is a b ess seman w on mesting as
eageakta ens who is with the
earge, myes "Uhake t"
T-he Sume- eait Adke.Mp by a SIme
leem.eA, Lm ies ellir LMad.. p.--.
m.ss, a almrrl wema was ehwar
wish erumty sl4ds1.atg her mon, s04d 1. kg
ploia ht . .in his amouth. A Iodes
o th als house as the prisoner stated
that am MWhatday aftermona the prisoer
semt bee boe on erraad to a baker's
shop antd that the child returaed sad said
that he had lost the naoey, threepenes.
Khortly afterward the prisoner went out,
and an her rteaeam she told witness that
she did not belierv her son's story and
that she had gone to see the woman at the
baker's shop, who told her that the behs
way of cureing a child of telling falsehoods
was to hurn its toeagte with hot reliS..
Iana.s. The prisoner aikled that she hlI
anot the irans, heat shet wjosl uItser a poker,
and theri went up.stairs to her nr.tons. WVit
eess dki not e..lrve that priuwloar would
do mueah a thing, laut nwoas afterwarlds she
heard the bohy scremning, anud; rean -
nilig Ilutalir to tihe Iril.ner si.t.
ting ra.u esshe saw a sansll linker in the
Are-. Tlta prienerw admnitted that she had
used the iemker in tine way she lhad tllreat
lanedI tleedo, and witness, on examining the
thild, foeaadl that his tongu andl the skl.
of hI* Is icta were' h.ernt. S~t was alma.ed
at the, e.nwl conlduct of they naethe-r anid
conlanullnatedl with ther polick. The prie
oaser was taken into curldy ansoo after
A doecto who had examinelt the child
maid that the fIro of his tonrguc was
bturned, thoueh nlt very ark ly, and
also the side of his n mouth. The prisoner.
in lefense sukl that her son had on two
or three dikerent .lasaions, wleon msent oea
erranali, stolema one. of the money asd
afterwards told lir aboutt it. He. had also
told Ies about other nmatters and on 1am.
turday, In eoneeeequneerof the advice given
her by the woman at the baker's shop. she
determined to break him. once for all, of
the habiht. The wonM ktokl her that if she
used a pair of hot curling irons or a
skewer it would cure the heb of lying In
stantly, alkleng tihat she naant not n ake
the instrumnent too hot. hest hot cnough to
make the child feel it. The woman said
she had known two or thS~re ehbikres to
hI. assassual i.. fit.l wa..
RMay oa Them ThtLk a DIlyll Matsh .
Msall a Neemssrtl.
Cleanllness is a virtue which is not
suppposad to be practised to any large .ex
tent among uncivlllaed people. It i a facts,
however, that som.e savage tribes are
clemnly in their habits, and in this respert
are far superior to many peopkl who live
in civllised lands. In useo.s of African
trihbe the daily hath is regarded as a nle
eity of life, andl the first duty of the
moning is to hathe in the river or little
stream that flows near the native villaºe.
Masny Africans also never think of e.tilu.
without washlig tlheir haulads and faces
after the measl. This habit i wklely
practised, and has beet oanserved Inot
only a such advanced people. as the
Walganda but also aongs rmalter and
less promising tribes on the Congo.
It say surprise mmin people to learn
that the msu* of tooth hbrushte is knhowsn in
all pats of Africa. The African is Ioted
for his fine white teeth, but he does not
k them white without an effort. The
otbrb uwlsed byh the native African
consists of a snbor satick of fibrous wood,
which is elmwed until the fihres at the
endl resesbl bristles. The snatives spend
eonuskldrsate time rubbing the end of this
little sk over their teeth. Mr. Ache ary
that M Wauyanuwes who have speds.
teeth have the brushes out o their
We would think it vor hard lines were
we conpelled to keep ean without soap.
But many Africns have their oap. too
whlch, though it is soft and rather dirty In
ru ancer , answers its purpose very well.
Waganda, for lainstance, places ashes
is plantain leaves folded up in the formu
of a fnunneL Water is poured in. ad i.
caught as lye in another vessel. T1hes fat
is added to the Ie, and the nuistuea is
houled down. The provers is almost ex.
aney the esee as that used by our farmers
in the manufacture of soft sn.p. There is
little douht that it was introduced into
the equatorial Arrike from Egypt and the
An AU-StIterLr. edg..
"I ats huagry; will you give uae ernolgh
to get a meal with?"
I was use Hoyt street going toward
Pultoes, m.ys a writer in twe Brooklyn
('Citize, and turning I saw a larget well
dretsed mann, of prohably N) years of age.
"W'lat's tlw troubleh, friendl" I asked.
"I belong to Ialtlno.. and ,eatn up
here expa..ting to get I aonMething to ldo,"
the nia replklkl. "I have found out nay
iniatake sand assn left witlhoanet ia eeIt iln the
I gave tiew nuan a quarter, and wishina
hint better lurk, p1.ed ona. Pinlling I
had forgotten nay keys I turned hack asel
retra4e mlly Ieus towunrl lehoe. I maw
wthe ianla wlholnI I eal Just aikdled coIning
nlet of a slimnon with three othersn, ull
equally welll drwed. My lnaetl was snolnk
Inlg a cigar. TIhe got o)U a FIultosI street
ear and went up towln.
I hegana to aiicase. It was Tuesday Inoref
Ilag. Thew nwIa ladi hlad a glood tisaw tI
ailght lwfnae. haul sprat all their na)uI.y,
andt doubtless had deviwll a rchemale by
whkih thery could get enaongh to heave ana
early nlortalng drinlk to set tlhn ua ,p land
to pay their fares haiIne. Prbahly each
nalall had uadopted thlw sulan plalum anl lu'htn
uttlcieastly aruccesful tos attanla the doe
Therway . S. Tr.uble.
Two younm ladlke who are quite fhkinds,
aud who are just now living u.ler the
maue roof, have pets, says the Atlanta
Cb.astftuitis. One owns a flte .cotch ter
rier. The other owns a pet rat. Both rat
and dri are full grown. Naturally the rat
is afraid of the dog, and the dogr knows it.
To keelp the rat alive botth ladles am. e.Iea
stantly on the rguarl.
It is quite interestin and eot a little
pantusinr to see the ladlies. acth with her
pIt.l in the sanme rme. The rmt-ownerl
with her rodent treasure, i her lap, will
gttlher it to her bomanu as the dog en!ters
tw' motsn. at the anses tinwe crying:
"'Oh), Ella for th love of helaven, ~ at
that mis.erajhe, ugly. cruel, wretched dog
ouat of bho re."
""Oh, put that horrible., arwing islts-
oanlous rat In Its cage or kill it," will be
The ladles are the warnnest friends
buIt if that terrier ever kills tlat rat it'll be
war to the knifes- a war which only the
A Trtesm-k e. Art.
Lady Villiser: Splendid! Magnilkcent.
Boskins (.elf-made nan) : I'm 'appy
you admnise 'en, Lady Villas.
Oh, yes. they're very inl! Very enl "'
r ladyship mean the historkcal
b e p~ire or the sea landmL ape
Ebh Oh--oh--o--I bsg your pardon I
meant the frame. !
No moae mupristr change ham been an
noaunred tha the rejection of the pointed
toe by EKntish hU.ao r of course in
deferemne to the demad W higher autheor
Ity. With it will go the high heel.
mWums AL.L wMM
we.- wsh aer 1 aass 'er Sas see
u11 Cas win.
OmSANht buan Oembr Sam P.
m., editor . Cath ar w (Wnwrr
war awm, ed ha4nmsm aw as as
e. l .s hismms, weilems aes mmas.s Clo
S Ineveatmt alrt the a.uI . h.
bh onea t me.afte4,lh I wee leonass
n a ned see it couh o.ld. An I was
s.one away with this little baudle wbklc I
hadgatherred I tripped use tis sm sand
awakeneod you. I n very sorry iLandeed
that I disturtbed your nt."
"WeIIl U S (r a coa one, rjlated
('anprlZel. "" lasur you hbad tetter ..t
wlrre yeou are a few aninslute cultU I
demns and I will take you dowas to tine
"Yos are very kind. ldk"ed, to go to ao
mrlis trouble for a straunier. I will be
very glad to make the sherl. i's aqlyuaint
asee,." aolltely repse.dd the hurIlar.
Camn .iI escorted his prIoaeset to the
jail, whee lIe turned hinl over to Lheriff
Jamnes Sterliang, tlling bjl i that the n1an
was probably ilmeata. He was placeld la a
celtl and next ao Irnlng he was takea l (s
foru Jusetke J. W. Miller, whese he gave
thle naue of Henry Carton. He wauied
eulmanilnatin and was returned to jail il
ul- fault of Sl1,UU irail, to await the aºwtiona
of the. gIarld jury at tie January terII ofl
the rileasilt court.
Tihe jail at (lay (enter is a two story
brick alId stone husklilar with latest lIa
provellanwnt in steel cello and gratings
anul is co.siakl.tl thee str.nagesl In t-ius
state. Ab~met noon ol the day of the cwer
mitmlset (artas Lenit for Attlolr. F. P.
Harknes.. to comne to the Jail to tal about
ther eau anid detnle. tlhe line of delense.
WhIenI Harknew-s went to te cell Cl artol
had oto a rwort to say about his case, but
conflted his meoaversatkas to areientlS aed
literary subjects. He appeared to he all
*ezcslinagly well-read anasa and sarprireed
Hirkirnes biy hli erudlitloa. After Bona.
sumiing anl houer ina this talk Mr. Harklneu.
htesnte inmpalient aald asked Cartuon to
sivak of hiss ane.
"You play billiards, don't you"' was
the sup rpl Ry.
"Yes, why "
"Well, I will meet you at that billiard
hail actrnss the way at $ o'clock this .,en
ing, and while e play we can talk about
Bu.t the sheriff won't let you go out to
play billiards. You must remember you
ae In jinll."
"That's all right. You meet me there
at $ o'clock this evening," answered Car
Harkness was convinced that his client
was inlsalme hut his mannller was I earn
eat and oas tlhat whell eveningl ean on
lhe umklI n l resist the temptationl to o to
the billiard hall. Promptly at 8 o'clock
the dour openi'ed aned in walked
('artoll, whos entrance created no
surprise to anyonee e.xcept Hark
ness, for there, were, onlty a few in
toewn that were aware of a new prisoner
being inl Jail, and none had Isen hinm. He
wesnt directly up to Harknelss and the two
nen hegaen a rame of hilliars. While
the n.aue was in plralress SherilR Sterling
entered the place. He did not reevgslre
the prisoner, hut Harklnews, who was now
comnpleltely nonllul.sed, called to him and
sakid: "Look here, Sterling is It your
usual custorn to allow your plmoners to he
out p lalng billiards at this hour of the
"What do you mecan ?" asked the
".'Wht I nmeaU that this maln :Carton was
conunitted to Jail this norning to await
the action of the grancd ury, and now he
is here pyi ng billiards in the evening."
"'lier lng tarnd pale from the shock
and fear that there had been a jail break.
"Don't e.t eceited, old fellow," said
(Carton * "I ol wanted to get a little
fresh air; hut if you object 1 will go blak
The sheriffll, the lawer and the burglar
crossd the streot to the jail, where every
door was found closed and locked, even
the cell door heing fast. Tn all inquirles
as to bow he got out Carton made no re
ply. He was replaed In the cell, and bid
hing 1 s eamnpanions good night, prepared
Three or four days afterward Carton
asked the sheriff it he euld not take a
walk arounad the town to get a little ftreh
air. Sterling llaugled aud told him that it
was against the rules. Carton did not a
wa r to he disappointed, hut dnet morninl
when Sterling caune frmon his apartments
to the jail entrance he was astonlished to
see (artoul quktly sitting on the ste s
s.oking a cigar. On seeing the sheriff
luar aem and saluted hint, telling him that
hIw Imsede fresh air so badly that he con
eluded to take a walk before breakfast.
He* was krcked upagaila by the 'heriff,who
was thoroughly alarnluxl at the feet that
this man could at will pass throu the
walls, apparently, of the strongest Jil in
the state. ('aroll told bln to give himself
no unarsiness, as he liked his quarters too
well to leave thbnm until winter was o ver
Durilng the latter part of Novelnher, the
lkrk on the vault of the Panrera' and
Merellant' ltank henamne deranged, and
the omlcials were -omapellkd to undergo a
temlxwrary suspension al til they could
suelen olne to ope'l tile lock. All the Ir k
snilths in the, town a(ndI the Illlk lack ex
Iperts of Kalnas City triedl their skill on
tlh. refractory .kdor In vanll, and the bank
aers were goingl to send to New York for a.
es .wrt. wile (Cartohn told the sheriff to
offer his servicesr, as he thought he coul
op.n the vault. He hld given Sterlin
muach Iiod reasson to h.lieve in hie power
that thTe sherriff had no hesitancy in tell
ing time hakers that he had a Ilan who
could open their sate for thern. Carton
was escorted to the bank, and in the
presence of the sheriff and the bank
officials went to work, nl half an
hour he swung the door open
amid then etxansni the lobck and adjuted
the part which had given the trouble. A.
ter receiving tie thanks of the banker
he was takenback t o his cell.
When tue district court convened the
judgel found a very large docket, and the
result was that Carton's casa la ,.m to be
postpol"ed until the August tern. All
sprin and summer Carton took his r':u
lar alghtly exciurions and the snatter be
came ao cnlaumon that the sheriff hogen to
lose his fear of an ~crape. Last Thurs
day, however, Carton's cell door was open
and the prisoner was Inot stanading an the
jail steps. On a stand in the cell was a
1note to Sterling~ thanking hin for his
kindlness and stating that presilag buti
nIsn further west necessitateld his bi a s
~it'iL was startllagr. hbut when John A.
Mews, cashier of the Fannrer' and Me
chants' hank, opened his desk that morn
ingr he found a note rom Carton la-ting
that be has taken 1 JO froam the sife in
the vault to pay his travelingr er se
and that he considered this am a fair
wmet for his serviees in faling the tar.
for which be never rrelved mar.
Moss rushed tp the vault, an in the m
oni a pile of maoney he found a receipt for
9Usigned "Henry C'arton." An -eeam
Inaton Jshowed that thi was all that was
takesn fro thousands of dollars that
were at LNot a clew han d betl found
that won Iged' to the discovery oi the
man. and SherR RSterling rnly tbelieve
that be han ad charge of sone uperant
The ilusion bonnets will bh worn later
this seaso than they been hereto
lore. and it Is mid that hey will even he
prepared for utum.n use.
A dim, e a
ds hud ad
m -datg, sa" , as111 o hh
Issed. a w e u * A
r-· a wa .om __ ,lld *
-int*re, aged bath wer heII
rwaame M a' wmep ot Dmerwhelda leam
ls. There war -se -bsteko, -aL
as-ery whms !mis wen resher eme e
than epiaueea, ie It teak h anm -
feet ~ot tl. eoN .h~00 rbYl''
mIlates to mie ep the Maumhetoamt
buad. In a masedo t hher m
eheh and was .rrreuanllam tol re.st
Thee Youth sve a boried shoat, the
mshid .luamk te r, but iJ o waselol
and ollected. He. aisemd bIl if the
rest of the afteraeon lteshewtag lk.n
angd in pet will he one of the prineiath
ornaments for w ater toik tLe c all kin,
ndaht or evHein
day or evening.
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FVIIT BT. ANACONDA. MONT.
GOOD GoooDe oUvRToVa euArzTruIt
The Montana Central Railway
will sell tickets to Columbus. O.,
September t t to 14 inclusive, at a
single fare (S68.tS) for the round
trip on account of the Sovereign
Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. conven
Good returning until Septem
ber 30. For further particulars
apply to W. Pinkham. Grand Rep
resentative Sovereign Grond
Lodge. or M. C. ticket oice.
FRASER & CHLMR
Mad Makim.7far lub. Rv .mm.*Ie Uedumttie of Ore 1v AmwlinaIu.
Conwemtastion, huaetug sad Leadhing. maid..s of tbs Hemeetak., Cre
Its Mouatain, Danm Cuinoin Anaconda, 3kR. Drd, Lesimgtam and 36
Met.Ii. Compmanie' Reductiun Wrkr.
Geared and Direct Acting,
Prospecting al Development Hoists. BRlders .
IMPROVED AIR COMPRESSORS,
Wire Tranmways -
Tr. VanmlMa Maehines and EmSbray Coaoentratr. Electric Light Pleats.
Aeales fr Rand Rock Drills and Comnpresous, Otis Elevators, Knowles'
Pumps, Roo Blowers. Klngland & Douglas Saw Mils. Pennmvlvaal.
DiLanmd Dril and Mf. Co. Baragwanatb Heaters.
SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES,
Unted States Electric Light Co. New Maven Machine Tools. Mason
L. C. TRENT . SALT LAK CITY, UT.
(iENgRAL iPI.ITcKN MANAGIER.
Sole Western Agents for
Tyler Wire Works Double Crimped Mining Cloth.
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E. C. FREYSCHLAG & CO.
LEADING SHOE DEALERS.
Burt & PackaId and Laird, Schober & fitchei's
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.'
CLOSING OUT SALE
ý FURNISHING GOODS.
Desiring to close out our entire stock of Clothing aud Furnishing
Goods and handle nothing but Boots and Shoes exclusively, we will
continue our sale of Clothing at Actual Cost until every garment is
sold. If you need a suit. a pair of pants, or an overcoat. See our
prices before you buy and save money.
L. C. FvYSCHI- LG & CO..
Next Door to Bank, - - - - Anaconda, Mont.
H JOS. F. M . URRAY,
Having purchased the business iorury conducted v James MeNult is now pro
pared to furnish his customers with the lnaest brnds of
Domestic, Imported and Key West Cigars
To be found to the ity.
RVR ITS . ND CON POBCTION .PýIY
Fresh and ehotoe. A well amsorted stoek of STATIONERY.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
J. 1. PRKER &c CO.
Suits Made to Order at Moderate Prices. Ladies'
Jackets and Ulsters a Specialty.
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