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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

__^_. w ., MISCELLANEOUS. * v t J C~-~ B8 BB HB Bi ip^ml Pffij h9 _BB SSh BMI n ! BEGI»IXG TO-DAY WE SHALL START THE MOST REMARKABLE I W^ CLOSiNC-OUT ; SALE JS I I OF CHOICE AM) HOBBI SUITS tlial lias ever been known in the I'niled I States. Our telegrams frnm New York road: ".SHOVEL OUT YOUR B STOCK; PRICE SO OBJECT." YOUR TABLES MUST BE CLEAN FOR Eg THE RECEPTION OF OUR FALL MOCK." We shall offer the choice of I 2000 Superb $18, $20 and $22,50 Nobby Suits for $12.50, 1 All colors, in Sacks or Cutaways, riain and Fancy Patterns every suit I the very latest style! Every suit well made In every <ltt;iil of trim ami H finish! Every suit the grandest bargain ever i:iv<'n in Sail Francisco! H Every suit worth every cent of $IS, §20 and %-i 50— and you can take H your pick for * B ■ . 1 j % For a few days only is there a chance for every man In San Francisco I P to select from this grand and superb offering^ the must enormous bargain! h ; in the most superb goods, from the most stu...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

4 ' ' THE MORNING CALL • H»l a larger circulation limn any oilier ue»'«r*l>er published in Ban Kraucisco. rCBIJCATIOS OFFICE: 6!>r> Bontzomery street. noar Clay, open until 11 •••o-«ioek r. K. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market • rtmt.r.far Kesrn open until rJ o'clock midnight : • Ml Hayes street, open until 9*o o'clock: MM UlklO t;r«et, open until »:»0 oloct, and 2a13 - aiifciiou beet, open until 9 o'clock '•■ m. pi BSCBIPTION KATES: r>AIJ.Y CAIX (Including Sundays), $S per year »>t ■ ir«ii.rostp:ili]: IB cents per week, or 65 cent* per ' ,:.!,].:■: uionth i: .ie" -ii camera, DAILY CALL, „;;,. breemout] 25. KODAY CALL (twelve ' pages), SI SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ' "«i .i WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. tv±j:KLV CALL (eight Beget). *1 23 per year, .-.'. --. Hiio. Utibsof ten (sent tooneaddrtss), *10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOi: mi; SUMMER MONTHS. Subscriber* in) intend ;;< in^ to the country flor li p (he summer months can nave THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

-v iirsi>T.ss rnA>TTtiH. i'f'l"MV A I INI. CHANCE FOU A WORKING » v Uv'v". man; sure to clear $100 per mouth over. ami aliovp all expenses: express business for sale; 9 horses and a fine wason; one of the very beat stands In nvrn: has the sole trade of several stores; a rull investigation and trial allowed before you buy. Ap- i.lyK. KENNY. 22 Kcarny st ' It l_.Cr.(|A HOTEL FOB SALE: A GRAND OPEN^ t^OOVyi. ing; 60 rooms, handsomely furnished ; lln tbe v. .■:■■:; .•' this city; largely patronized by ntst-Clije people; established .■' ears: kept by present owner 17 yean; no question about the NU'.iillnessuf the. trade; a most thorough lavkstiga- t.iii allowed: owner will give a long lease of the property and CTonnds, which are among the finest 111 the Mate. Apply K. KE.N NY, •__' Kcaruy st, It V 'illll PABTNJiB WAN ll.li 'IN A. FrRST- •S *)*'"'»-', i :;...., book and stationery store; no previous experience requir-d, but must be ot un- doubted steady habits; established nearly 30...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Number of Interesting Wed dings Set for the Near Future. — — — — — SOCIETY AT SAN EAFAEL. Entertainment of the Epworth League. Marriage of Dr. A. E. Baldwin and Miss Essie McEvoy at Red wood City— Hall Parties to Take Place— Notes of Prominent Do ings at the Resorts. At the leading rcsoits there have been few "big affairs" 10 chronicle of late. San Rafael witnessed one of Its brilliant bops on Saturday evening; small euleilaluments of a pleas nt na ture liave beeu the rule at Santa Cruz aud the Garden City, while Monterey Is looking for waid to the arrival next Thursday and Filday o! th« members of the new Country Club. From all there aie consistent reports fine weather ■ and no appieclable abatement 01 the Influx ol guest*. Mrs. K. li. Crocker of Sacramento Ins given (1600 to I he W.C. T. U. towaid the erection ol a building for lite kindeigaiteus, library and evangelistic work. Mr. Lendall M. Cray, formerly of San Lean dro, and who has been lor many...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. Good Shooting of the German Clubs at Halbor View. Crow Country Run of the Olympics— Regatta of ills Oakland Canoe Club— Shoot of thi Lincoln Gun Club. i The Eintracht Rifle Section, Captain F. A. Kuhls, held its annual prize slioot at Harbor View yesterday. The day proved a good one for marksmen, and some, excellent scores were made. The wind blew with sufficient force to carry the powder smoke from the range, thus removing an annoy. nice often trouble some to riflemen. The attendance was good, and all day long the rifle-stand was occupied with enthusiastic marksmen. Captain Kuhls and his lieutenants were busy making everything comfortable for their guests, and a feeling of general satis faction was expressed by the participants for the smooth manner in -which the day's festivities ended. The competition among the marksmen was keen and ( 'use, and the utmost good humor and enthusiasm prevailed. The shooting of the winners of prizes was so close that in runny cases it ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 July 1890

8 THE SAME OLD STORY. Frisco Loses Two Games to the Oakland Team. Costly Errors and Wild Filching Did the Work. Psrrett Twirled Better Ball CThan Cough.in, Bat the Stocktons Lost—Ama teur Contests. Well, there is the same old yarn to tell. The home team played two games with the Colonels yeiterday and lost both, dropping into third place in the pennant race. Their defeat in the morning was a case of pure hard luck, but the loss of the after noon gauie may be charged to the erratic work of tlui young mnn who lias pitched for threo clubs in the California league and is now at liberty to play with Oakland, ito- Tided Colonel Kobinson will engage him, which event is not likely to transpire. The game was well attended although the afternoon was somewhat chilly, but the spectators did not witness a contest worth tbe price of admission. It was not the fault of the home fielders, however, that tho play was long drawn out and uninteresting. The boys, with one or two exceptions, played above ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

b 100 INCHES MORE ADS IN SUNDAY'S (j f *"" CALL Than in Any Other City Paper. „' $ Why? It Always § p I^* BRINGS THE BEST RESULTS! "^3 (j VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 52. COMPLETELY ROUTED Guatemalan Troops Driven Across the Border. Confirmation of the Reported Battle With San Salvador Forces. The lovaders Taken by Surprise— Central American Consuls at New York Discredit the Story. Special Dispatches to The Mon^ixa Call. New York. July 22.— The Herald says: A private cipher cable dispatch received in this city yesterday fully confirmed the ex clusive accounts of the battle between the Guatemalan and San Salvador forces. The Guatemalan forces were under command of General Fuentes and were encamped a little to the southward and eastward of Chalchuapa, close upon the San Salvador frontier. A special aid had been sent by General Fuentes to convey dispatches from the ti;iut(-nialan Government to General Ezeta, the Provisional President of San Salvador, requesting him to give his consent to the rati...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

2 GRIST FROM THE MILL Caught From the Grewsome Grind of Politics. Democratic Contest for Governor— ■■■ ■■ at an Exquisite — Waterman's B uff— Club Heelings. ' While the Republican candidates for the nomination for Governor are working like beavers the Democratic aspirants are not •'■ idle by any means. The latter are not making a great deal of noise; in fact, they • seem to depend more upon work than talk. So quiet are they that it is extremely dit ■ iieult to arrive at anything like a tellable ■ estimate of the situation, and the only definite claim made thus far is by the friends of Coleman, who assert that they have assurances of 149 votes on the first ballot. Of this number they are looking to San Francisco for about 100, it being their belief that the delegation, or the greater >■ rtion of it, at least, from this city "will be divided between their candidate and En glish. Pond they Bay will secure probably i a few scattering votes at the send-off. This they predicate on the ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage. of Miss Blanche Figel and Mr. 11. S. Kolin Last Night. SOME PLEASANT EOME PARTIES. Wedding of^ Mr. Lux and Miss Faulkner at San Jose — The Waller Surprise — Party on Second Street— A Green-street Gathering — Banquet of Dante Lodge — Olympus Circle Party. Notes. A ileasaut parly from Flielan Park visited tbe Big Trees on Saturday last. At Hie lunch table spread lv trie circle of the "Fremont" group were Mr. James l'li.Uu, Mr. J. U. Plielan and MISS l'liclaii, Mr. oik! Mr*. Sullivan, Mrs. aDd Miss JJuval ol New Voik and Miss Dunne ol San Felipe. The marrlace or Miss Nellie J. Noyes and Mr. H. Boswell will take place to-day. James A. Garfleld Lodne. No. 86, U. E. A., (rave its regular monthly social last evening at Wasningtou hall. There was a pleasant lu lounal programme, concluding wild dancing. The employes of the firm of Louis Sawn & Co. gave a pi Irate picnic at lainalpals Villa, Sunday last. After the pleasures of singing, ■wtmmlDC and da...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

4 ' THE MORNING CALL, Us* • Jarerr circulation than rut other newspaper jmlilish.-ti ill San Francisco. rrttI.ICATIOX OFFICE : 5"3 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. v. BEAJICH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Keanry, open until lao'clock midnight: ttO Ua\es street, open until 8:30 o'clock: IKS 3 J.iifcii: street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 251S kils£,ioc street, open until 9 o'clock p. St. SIBS< HirTlOX BATES: r.wi v cam. , fnclndiug Sundays), $6 per year by irail. postpaid: IB cents per week, or 65 cents per cslp mlar month Uirongh carriers. DAILY CALL, livß ciTicsilirce mouths, 16 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve Jh-' ,SI 50 i>er year, postpaid. SUKDAY CALL ■Ld WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. VHEKI-Y CALL (eight pases), $1 25 per year, | i. l-id. i ... «cf ten (sent to one adtlrtss), $10. BrECIAI, NOTICE IOi; THE SDDtEK MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to til© country dor ii g the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them tor a week or longe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

ursrsrss fBAIS'CKJi. 7.17-n PARTNER WANTED IN lIAKD- «J< I lull, ware, manufacturing, brass finishing, gold, sill 1 and nickel plating, and regular machine «crks, lathing, ;. ..I general line of manufacturing In all kinds light mechanical hardware goods, with the '. I. 'si and latest machinery run by steam; first class custom, guaranteeing a profit or $175 per ■ ..tli to etch, and a rapidly crowing business: not necessary to understand the busiuess; must keep plain accouuts. men's time, etc.; will find identy to-do; full value: rare chance; employs'? lianili. til'O. STI£WaBT, 135 Kcarny St. It l><imA MUST BE SOLD: LARGE HOUSE 27 •i tj'jyj. rooms: rent only $50; well furnished and full cf good roomers; clears $75 to *.'<> per niontu; Is In-st pajiuj hovse in the city: must be scon to be appreciated; 1. Ims easy. Apply GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny st. It Q'>rW)A TREMENDOUS BARGAIN; HOTEL, •.—'■*'•'. 50 rooms; centrally located; com- pletely furnished; 1: mdaoni ■ bar and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

6 i* "rusoxAi.s. Mrs. R. T. BENM2IT WILL LEAVE OR EN. ■t'L gland to-day. It* GROCERIES— I' FF BROS., WHOLESALE V 7 and retail grocer*: the oldest established and iß«t reliable house on the racliic Coast; teas and eoSeesa specialty; no chroinos or crockery; best goods at lowest prices: country orders packed an 1 •hipped free. V anil 11 Montgomery aye.. 40 and 4*2 Fourth St., -IU9 and 411 Montgomery aye., 401 Hayes st. je!7 TuThSu tt ft I fin FOB CABINETS; FULL LENGTH: . «!1 ,O\> (iod.iu' Art Studio. 10 Bth. aS BnToTb tr ENS' FRENCH CALF SHOES, FORMERLY *5. now tt SO at LESSER BROS., 406 Kearny. eodtf AAY INFORMATION OF BRIDGET MULCAUY. who left Chicago In 1861. will be thankfully re- ceived by her sister. Address MARGARET MUL- CAHY. Box 85. Cam. Branch Office. jy'JO 3t» Si TMELLIGENT LADY OR PHYSICIAN, WII.L- -•i J. Ing to board sick and Invalid patients; 10-room ■.■ nciise, well furnished, for sale or rent. IS Turk street. jy'JO 8t« rANTED -TO BUY CAST-OFF MEN'S ; " clothes; your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

RECLAIMING YOUTH. "Work of (he Board of Prison Di rectors of California. Reran of President B. T. Devlin on Various Heformatcry acd Penal Institution! of the United States. , The report el Robert T. Devlin, Presi dent of the State Hoard of Prison Direct ors of California, on the various reforma tory and penal institutions of the United .~- i-i'.cs ha? just been issued from the State ! office -at Sacramento. Mr. Devlin was au thorized by the State Board to collect the material for his report for the purpose of maturing the system of government, in .. junction and discipline of the Preston School of Industry, to be located at or near lone, Amador County; to visit similar In stitutions in practical operation and of the best repute, and, by personal inspection • and investigation, to acquire an insigtitinto the principles and workings thereof for the information and benefit of the boar 1 !. IXSTITITIOXS VISITED. In pursuance of the object in view, Mr. Devlin visited and carefully examin...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 July 1890

8 A FRESNO TRAGEDY. Mysterious Murder of a Mar ble-Works Solicitor. 31awnce Remsbnrg Fonnd In His Baggy With a Bullet Through His Head. Suspected of Having Assaulted tbe Wife of Samuel Hocking— Disastrous Cloud burst In Arizona. Bp«cl»l Dlspatcnti to Thi MoßSua Cali. Fbksxo, July 21.— Last Friday a man visited the farm of Samuel Hocking, about twelve miles west of Selma, and find ing no oue but the young wife of Mr. Hock ing present, asked her for something to ■at. The woman told him she had nothiug cooked and it was too late to prepare any. LUing. With an oath the visitor said he would have something anyhow. Mrs. (locking closed tho door and locked it, but ihe man ran to a window and entered the nouse. He then assaulted airs. Hocking, who is a small woman. On Mr. Hocking's return home his wife gave him a description of her assailant and he at once start ed in pursuit of the villain. The iescription answered that oE Clarence Remsberg, a solicitor for marble works, .vho has been trav...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

) Ann INCHES MORE ADS IN SUNDAY'S (j . lUU CALL Than in Any Other City Paper. ' : Why? It Always £ i KF* BRINGS THE BEST RESULTS/ "^3 (, i VOLUME LXVIII— NO. 53. AN ALLIANCE. Costa Rica and Nicaragua Join Forces With Guatemala, General Ezeta Requested to Give np the , Leadership in San Salvador. A Evolutionary Movement Against President Barillas— The Trouble Will Not Affect the Coffee Trade. Special Dispatches to The Morxino Call. City of Mexico, July 22. — Specials from mala say that the Ministers of Costa liica ami Nicaragua yesterday signed with Guatemala a treaty of alliance. They de mand of General Ezeta, in the name of Uaited Central America, first, that he leave supreme command in Sau Salvador ; second, that a legal regime be established in accord ance with the San Salvador constitution as before June 2-d, the date of the assassin ation of President Menendez, and third, that a general amnesty be granted to all who participated in the movement in Sal vador. Honduras bound hers...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

2 UNITED THEY STAND. Satire Sons Decide Against an Obstructionist. Finance Committee Hard at Work— CoUeoting to Commence To- Day — An Address. Other Items of Note. The Fiuance Comiiitteo of the X. S. G. W. held an important meeting last evening at the Grand Hotel and considerable prog ress was made. Colonel Litchfield, former Chairman of several finance committees of the Grand Army of the liepublic, made a few remarks in which he set forth tile manner of pro cedure in collecting and the difficulties tun collectors would be likely to encounter. His words proved an inspiration and the work of the committee will no doubt be considerably lessened by his advice. ■The committee was instructed to have all checks made payable to J. P. Pockory, Treasurer of SHII of September, and to re port each day at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The following address from the Finance :..i, ittee to the public was tlieu read and adopted:. AN AMH.'I SB. To I •- citizens of San Francisco: The an nouKn men ts t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. AIN'T WE Making the Market and Kearny Street Shylocks Bilious! THE CROWDS THAT HAVE BEEN TOOUB STORKS YESTERDAY HATE WADE THEM TUKX QKEEN WITH ENVY. R OUR CLOSINC-OUT SALE n\S TAKEN THF T«>W\ '.iV STORM 1 SUCH BARGAINS! SUCH VALUES! THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER GIVEN IN SAN FKANCISCO IS THE REMARK OF ALL. Tiic Kearny and Market street sharks can uo longer draw the people to their DENS OF SHODDY. THIS "WESE3ISL We will pit onr FINE TAILOR-MADE SUITS acaiust their chopped-out-with- a-buzz-saw shoddy trash, THIS WEEK yon can SteD into onr house and you'll b? Riven YOUR CHOICE of a grand line oi TAILOR-MADE BUTTS, in Imported Scotches, Worsteds and Cassimeres, in liuht shades, dark shades, handsome linurecl patterns and neat dark effects, regular $18, S2O Knd 522 50 Suits, and you'll be given your choice of this really Brand liae of Suits foi *f= DON'T LAY OUT A DOLLAR FOR CLOTHING UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN Tills GRAND LINE OF SUITS. 433, 485 etxid 43V iTOTGOMEKY STREET, COR. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL . Fat a larger circulation than «nr other . neirwpor published in San Frauciseo. rrBLICATWX 01 mi:-. 625 Hontfromery street, near Clay, open trnffl 11 Jo clerk p. «. BBANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kean.y.oi«n until 12 o-ciork midnight; II" i:»jr> street, ovn -»« i>: ''" °' c '™ : _??; laikiu street, open until »=:«> o'lock. aud 2018 liisiion lilt. I. open nuti! 9 o'clock ■'■ "■ ci iis« KII'TIOX BATES: f».Mi v CAt.L (Including Sundays), $8 per year by B'»i i«i»tp»ld: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per ulcixter month tiiroueh carriers. DAILY CALL, live •' topic: tnreemontus.^ 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve • '. i»pr>>, SI f>o per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL . ■ iu.fi WEKKLT CALL *■_' 50 per year, postpaid. ■•". . v. 1.1.1, i.i CALL (eiglit pages), *1 25 per your, p.wt ■ " i..».. Clubs tf ton (sint to oiieaililrtsa), *lU. .• BFECIAX NOTICE FOB TIIK SUMMEIt MONTHS. tnliscrit'ers who Intend gotm to the country tlnr . ■ ligtlie summer montlu can have...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

BI STNES9 CTTANCrs. 7", I IM/S PAII'INEH -WANTED to look t* I I" 1 '• after help and assist In the bar In place of amusement: clearing $150 per mouth to each; o;ic of the partners sell ing for best of reasons, W. i\ HEALY, 1001 Market st. It* ..,-. |M GREAT BARGAIN; FRUIT AND j^UUU. produce store, Western Addition; one of the best corner stands la the city; doing a trade of $_•."> 1 1 r day; 2 horses, wagon, etc.; living rooms: cheap rent. w. K. HEALY. 1001 Market st. It* "t; I 1 JIM GROCERY AND BAR FOR SALE; Al O-li" 1 '- corner on line or cable-cars; good bane and wagon; lo:ig lease; no rent; chance for man b il wife or -i young men. Apply W. 1-". HEALY*. 1001 Market St. ' r , ■_■ i it* «&QAA SALOON— AT GREAT BARGAIN: NX. CttW- Mission and Second s!s.: furniture of ■ living rooms included. W. F. II KAI.Y. 1001 Market. » ©OKA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE PARLOR <~ --•"'• ror sal : owner anotber business and li.ust sell. W. F. HEALY, loot Market st. It* Sl '-? o|| PARTNER WANTED ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

6 924 to 928 Market Street^M. J. FLAVIN & CO-^Through to Ellis Street r^ioat ParliipliATlQ in All H^nnFtmATltQl Men's Clothing ! Boys' Clothing! Children's Clothing ! lllCdl RCUlitllUllo 111 ml UCJIttlllUClllo! Furnishing Goods ! Hats for Men and Boys ! Boots and Shoes ! UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS AT MANUFACTURERS' COST! JIST SATED HIMSELF. I — » E Btood by the open fireplace jL—^ To warm his pedals just, 0 ■ When suddenly Into tils pocket ** ¥ His band lie happened to tiiruK. A very strange expression POver His Features went. Ills little wire ran Co mm. And asked him what It meant. He roared like a ml Incarnate, Ills tears poured down like rain. As be said he l:ui tlh-.I at a jokeiet lie beard that day on the train. " And what was the merry jokelet ?" Bis v. iii- as. cil, Full or Joy. •' it was all about an ancient Person in Illinois. « His relations all he hated, Ami « hfu i.i the door of death lie called his eldest daughter I'mler bis h oaky breath. »' Oh. bring me th.it long...

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