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GENEVA IXAILY %M^jfcTXfi&AY*:0aKB&B& 5, Jt895. S 5 'lieNi • t i ' 'V •tJK A. !3S5EC •pa«a*MH $mW OPERA HOUSE. F K HARDISON, Manager Coming Two Nights, October 7th Spccl&l Limited Engagement oltlio Storllng'Soubrotto, HISS LILLIAN KENNEDY Supported by a Company of First- Class Artists. Produced With all Special Bcenoi-7, Cn'cmm lights sPd electrical efforts carried especially tfw these productions. •> Monday Evening, \She touldn 't norry Three.\ Tuesday Evening, \A Midnight Frolic.\ A Succe»«I»n of Beautiful Stage Features. Thrilling climaxes, eonga ond dances ! A mirthful presentation whose chief ingredients are Brilliancy, Vim and Sprlghtllness I Prices, 25 to 75 Cents. BMta on sale at Siabol & Mulchay's Bookstoi-2. I * PERSONAL. THE WEATHER. Indications for Western New York Special Dispatch to The Times. WjuHttSOTOW, Oct, 5,-Forecast till 8 p. in. Sunday) generally fair; easterly winds. CITY BRIEFS. LIKE A —Two thousand pounds constitute a ton of coal in New York state. —Take your mothers, sisters, sweet- hearts, to see Lillian Kennedy during her short stay. —The days of registration are Friday and Satarday October 11th and 13th and 18th and 10th. —There is some talk of constructing a cinder path for bicycles between Geneva and Waterloo. —Announcement has been made of a Balloon ascension at Cayuga Lake park to-morrow afternoon. —The democratic county convention has called a number of Genevans to ©anandaigua to-day. —The funeral of D. 0. Taylor took place this afternoon at 3 o clock from his late residence on William street. —Every member of the Lillian Ken- nedy Company is a thorough artist, picked from the best attractions on the road. —Coal dealers are selling coal at the advanced prices, and refuse to make contracts for future delivery, even at the present quotations. —There is M much to be seen during the limited engagement of Lillian Ken- nedy Company that it is impossible to describe it all—go see them, —Representatives of the Postal Tele- graph and Cable .Company announce that their line will be completed and Will be in operation here by Christmas. —Tim Connell ll now driving the reins over Swift Bros, meat wapon. Tim is thoroughly posted in the meat business and will prove a valuable man for the company. —Cole«St Emeriok will begin work next weak on the paving job at the junction of Exchange and Casf le street. Teams are now very busy drawing the necessary material. —It Is a n actual fact that an audi- ence has been heard to laugh half a mile from the theatre during the great production of the new edition of \She Couldn't Marry Three.\ —The Ontario County medical society will meet in Geneva, next Tuesday, October 8. Papers will be read by JDr. Bof well Park of Buffalo, Dr. B. C. Love- land of Clifton Springs, and Dr. John A. Llchty of Clifton Springs. —While coming from the back yard into his house on Exchange street, last evening, Henry Veit fell, breaking his left knee cap. The fracture is a bad one and will probably result in perma- nent lameness. Air. Veit is being at- tended by Dr. Weyburn. Oulehan's regular fall opening will be Thursday, Oct. 3rd. Ladies patent leather ties given away free of charge. 107-tf OHUKCH TOPICS • —At the North church to-morrow the services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Will be conducted by the pastor. —The ladles of the Baptist church •will hold their annual fair and supper on Tuesday evening, December 10th, at the church parlors, —The ministerial club, of Geneva ami adjoining towns, will meet here ou Monday in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Kev. E. H. Dickinson, of Seneca Falls, Will give a talk on his recent European Sour, This will be their regular Octo- „ fceraieetiug. —This being conference week, th_e regular preaching services at the Meth- odist Church to-morrow will be omitted. There will be no session of the Sunday school. —Henry Conway, Esq., of liustivllle, is in Geneva to-day, —D. W. Balrd is seriously 111 at his home on Genesee street. —Supervisor Hugh McUhan, of Ovid Center, was in Geneva yesterday. —Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Brien are ex- pected to arrive in Geneva on Monday next. —E. F. Gilgeu, ot WillarU, a former Genevan, was the guest of friends here yesterday. —D. E.Moore is in Rochester to-day. —P. N. Nicholas is on a business trip to Ithaca to-day. —Mrs, E. II. Ilirks juid' children, ot Sayre, ¥»,, are visiting at, the home of her father, M. G. Early, —W. C. I'age, of Lyons, formerly of Geneva, is in town ou business connect- ed with the telephone company. —Ex-Mayor John V. Hopkins, of Chicago, is expected to drop iu on his Geneva friends some day next week. —Miss Bertha Robinson, younger daughter of C. K. Robinson, is suffering from a severe attack of lituft trouble. —Mrs \V. H. Thomas returned from New York on Wednesday after a mouth's visit with friends anil relatives. —Key. W. Bedford June.-, formerly assistant at Trinity church, will start to-day for his new licld of labor in New York. —W. II. AUenian, former proprietor of the Mansion House, now representing (Varuer'd Safe Cure, is in Geneva on business to-day. —County committeeman 1). J. Van- Aukeu went to ( miaudaigua tins morn- ing to attend the mooting of the demo- cratic county committee. —Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Meyers, who were married in Rochester last Tuesday, have returned to Geneva and will be \at home\ after October loth. —Rev. Dr. Raukiue, rector of St. Peter's church, is In atteudiuice upon the triennial convention of the Epis- copal church iu Minneapolis. —Herman (,'ooley, who was kicked by a horse last Wednesday, is couilned to his bed, with, little project of being able to get out within live weeks. —Mrs. C. A. Sioeum and sons, of Beaver Falls, are the guests of Mrs. Slocum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunulson, ou Washington street. —Dr. W, W. Nims and family, who have been visiting at the home of his brother, L. B. Nims on Colt street, have returned to their home in Kymcuse. — Peter York, who was injured by be- ing thrown from a load of lumber sev- eral weeks ago, is able to be out jitralu and is gradually regaining his old time vigor. —Mrs, George Ramsey and daughter, who have been visiting at tho home cf Mr. A. Halsey for two weeks, have re- turned to their home iu Oshkosh, Wis-- cousin. —Lind«ay French, who sustained a fracture of the log sis weeks ago next Tuesday by being thrown from Ills de- livery wagon ou Exchange street, is still couilned to Ins bed. —Harry ('. Wardell, of Geneva, lias received a call to the assistant secretary- ship of the Long Island Department of the Brooklyn Y. Al. C. A., and is mak- ing a visit there looking over the fielJ. —James Reed, of tho Geneva Coal Company, who was injured by a fall from the company's shod last Wednes- day, has so far recovered from his in- juries as to be out. Mr. Reed will not be able to resume his work for several days yet. A complete set of calcium lights give ail nuded charm to the beautiful sceuery in the new edition of \She Couldn't Marry Three.\ Y. M.C. A, NOTES. —Thus far I he at eudauee at the gym- nasium classes has been \ery grault- iug. —A crokli'ole tournament is bclriK arranged in the bt\}» department to occir soon. — The coon hunt has been arranged for Tuesday eveutng follow nig the mem- bers reception. —The membership indie itor stands at 231. A good increase is limited lor dur- ing the coining week. —The religion\ work committee of the Y. M. C, A. met last evening and out- lined the winter's work in that depart- ment. —The first monthly reception of the Y, M. I\. A, members for theseasou will be held mi Tin MI IV i veiling. The ladles of the North church have it iu charge. — K Chautauqua vesper service wiU be held at the us.-uciation hall on Sun- day, al 3 3D p. m., to winch everybody is invitid. Rev. W. W. Wilier will de- liver a short a.Idiv-I on \Practical Reading. \ m TOWN TO-DAY. Duncan MoArthur, of Waterloo, chairman of the republican county com- mittee, was i n Geneva this morning, en route to Romulus to attend the county nominating convention. Mr. JioArthur is supervising time keeper cf the construction department in Superin- tendent Perry's ofllc* at Albany. You can get the lust fresh and salt meats and the finest nn^agi- in (ieueva at Counollv's market. ill On ThursJay, Friday and >nturday, Oct. 3rd, 4th and titii, I w n a iv«> to each person buyiug the tenth pair ot shoes one pair of ladies patent leather ties, free of charge. M. F. Oiilelian, 33 Seneca St. 107 tf The Story of the Kidnapped Children. ANOTHER HAS BEEN FOUND One Is About to be Married, Show- ing: That All Is Well That Ends Well. The acquaintances of Mrs. Jones, who resides in Geneva, on Genesee street, with her son-in-law, Mr. A. Halsey, were especially interested in the story of the Walford children, who ard her kindred. They were in sympathy with her three unmarried half sisters, tho Misses King, of New York, who have manifested such devotion to their sister Miunie's (Mrs. Walford's) orphan chil- dren. Heartfelt sympathy went out to Miss Lizzie King, who so faithfully car- ried out the promise made, to her dying sister, Mrs. Walford, to take the babe as her own—the father acquiesced in his wife's disposal ot the child. This story was related in the Geneva DAILY TIMES on Saturday, September 21st, and concerned the' housekeeper, whom it is supposed Mr. Walford after- wards either married or lived with as his wife, and who, out of revenge, be - cause of property matters, entered the house of tho Kiugsisters, unobserved by all hut their dyina; mother, Mrs. King, and stole the infant. It was then twen- ty months old. It was presented to Miss King when but three days old. The people who read in the Saturday DAILV TIMES on Sunday, the nex t da y after publication, the story of the stolen eh,Id, little thought of the change in the little drama. The curtalniu New York on Sunday rose on another remarkable scene. A telegram from Miss Lizzie King from Chicago announced the fact: \Jo the babv, will l>o with you this evening.\ \I had hardly read the tele- gram,\ writes Miss Lizzie King, when a gentleman came along with Joe by the hand.\ The youug girl iu Chicago had already arrived and was in the care of her devoted au its. The children are all heard from except one. Miss King writes of this one, \Our dear little Min- nie is still with that woman. We are hopeful, however, that we shall Some day be able to rescue her.\ We learn from the Kiugsisters that the return of the family from South Amer- ica, to the United Stites, is largely due to the United States consul interesting himself In their beh Uf. The Misses King had written tohim, and he prom- ised to d o what he could. When the man, who was instrumental in taking the father, Mr. Waliortl, and family to South America, learned of the comfort- able circumstances of the King sisters, he was also interested. It appears; that when the man arrived in Chicago the Misses King were iu communication with him, and it was at their solicita- tion that Mr. Tulett, formerly of Gene- va, went to see him regarding to Wal- fi.rdchi Uren. The eldest girl, Uracie, was a domestic in his family after the death of her father. He kindly re- turned her to her aunts after taking her to Chic go. \We aie doing all we can,\ writes Miss I.i/./ie King, \to advance Joe aud Oracle in the i udmieutary lessons, as Grade has not beon iu a sohool iu six years, and Joe was never inside of a church until this morning. You can imagine how much there is to do, aud how urn 'h to undo.\ The Mis=es King are devoted Episco- palians. They have been very success- ttil Iu rearing the childreu that re- in lined with them Their nephew, who was mined into the street by their step- mother just before the Walford family, went to .south America, although a child of only eight years, wandered to his aunt.-. He has grown up to honor himself and thrill. Now comes another chapter in his life, the cards for his marriage are here and rend as follows: Mr. aii.l Mrs. John Cheever Reniick request the pleasure of your company at the niar- nngiMif their daughter, (iertrude, to Philip Arthur Walford, on Wednesday evening, October 9th, at h o'clock. 789 I*utnnm nwnue, Hrooklyn. The costumes worn by the ladies in the l.nilted engagement of the Lillian K'-nueHy t'ompany will be the delight of all the ladies of our town. A VALUABLE DO.} POISONED. A N.ilu ilile bull dog, the property of John 1 IieLiney, died of poisoning 'ast illicit. Th.> dog had never bitten any- bo lv. and iv as i qiiet aulmal, faithful mill obedient to bis mister. If the poisoner will kindly leave tits name and addles with Mr. DeLaney the latter will coimnt to a protracted luterview. NI-.W GKN'KV.V BUSINESS. The combination spring bed bottom, exhibited by the invntor, A. P. Kep- ner, during the past few weeks hi the Y. M. C A. building, lias created consider- able inteiest iu the manufaciure and sale of the article. The exclusive right in this invi nti >n in Ontario aud Seneca counties has bcei. pu.cli.isi-ii by George S. t'umiiiiigs and Jos JI'I II. Spears, who have opened a business place at 6 Castle street, wiiere Iheyaie preparing to put their goods on the market. TEA TABLE TOPICS. On above date the New York Central will run their autumn excursion to the metropolis. An elegant train composed of first class coaches lighted with gas and Wagner Parlor cars will leavo Ge- neva at 7:30 a. m. arriving New York 5:40 p. m. Fare for the round trip $7:10. Tickets good five days return- iug, Merchants should avail themselves of this opportunity to visit New York for their winter goods. Pleasure seekers coula not select a fiuer time for a pleas- ure, trip. The mountain scenery on the Hudson lsgraua at tills season ot the year. Application for seats in drawing room cars should be made to nearest tloke't agent on or Defore Weduesday October IGth. For tickets and all information call on Mew York Central ticket agents or ad- dress Edson J. Weeks, General Agent, Buffalo. Oct. 5-16 A pretty good joke has been told about the High School foot ball team In their zeal to make engagements for pig skin kicking: contests. It seems that challenges to a foot ball game had been sent out to the various institutions in the state, where it was supposed a team was likely t o exist. Some who received the challenge gladly accepted It, and seemed happy to meet the Geneva boys on the sanguinary field. Some, of course, declined to enter the fray, wh:le others deemed the challenge un- worthy of a passing notice. It has turned out, to the chagrni of the boys, however, that of those thus bodiy chal- lenged was an institution devoted to the training of the gentler sex, who are not supposed to glory in foot-bail playing, la other words, a young ladles' semin- ary had been Urged to bring out a team against the dauntless Genevans, The young ladies, of course, caught the sit- uation in the twinkling of an eye, and oarefully prepared an answer to the bold boys of Geneva, whose error, we all know, was one of the head, rather than of the heart. They politely but firmly informed the challengers that they bad no team and were not engaged In that kind of relaxation. It it also currently reported that the boys are a little sensitive about the matter and do not care to say much about trie letter. And after all one can hardly blame them. * » * The economic theory of cycling, it Seems, is taken cumgrano sails by some of our wheelmeu. To them the boasted inexpensiveness of keeping a wheel, as compared with the cost of keeping a pair of fancy trotters, is a figment of the brain and not worth considering. The first day's use of a certain cyole, it Is said, involved an outlay of four dol- lars, which has been only a respectable leader on the way to the coffers of the repairman eyer since. If it is true of al l cyclists, as of the one in question, there is one kind ot business in Geneva that might be expected to pay big profits be- sides that of the coal dealer. Annual Meeting of Methodist Clergymen. AN INTERESTING SESSION One of the Members Brought to Trial on Charge of Making a Gross Misstatement. Fun, fast and furious, attends the de- velopment of the new edition of \She Couldn't Marry Three.\ NEW YORK EXCURSION. .Via New York Central, Thursday] Octobor 17th. Lillian Kennedy and her brother James Kennedy, as mirth provokers, are a host in themselves. WAIT FOR THE BIG SHOW. A manager who expends thousands of d >llars in order that nothing may be neglected that he might add to the en- joyment of his patrons certainly iessr- V09 success, and, as a rule, he generally gets it, if the public would endeavor to discriminate between responsible com- panies and those who possess ao stabil- ity. There are plenty of good shows, but, unfortunately, there are hundreds which are utterly devoid of merit. Now, any one cau tell at a glance if they see a in igulncent new store with masslye plate gla s windows, that it necessarily calls for a gieat outlay of money to erect tt, and the stock In such a store is gouonilly of the finest, The same hae of reasoning to theatrioal eutwrpris s; forinstance, when youseeasbow billed in the lavish aud expensive manner that characterizes \She Couldn't Marry Three\ company you can rest assured that there is money and push back of it. Tiie beautiful, artistic pictorial litho- graphic work, is the finest and costliest on the road. No lithographic firm would attempt that kind of work without hav- lug ten thousand dollars down to insure them from loss. This Is the only one of the mauy items of a great show, and the same good taste which provides this beautiful printing will neglect no other department of the show. So there is no doubt that the production of ''She Couldn't Marry Taree, \ Is the bigest show of the season. Yesterday's session of the Central New York conference in Newark opened with devotional services by Rev. B. I. Ives. Bishop E. G. Andrews, of New York, presided, and E, M. Mills acted as se- cretary. Franklin J, Holtzworth, of Syracuse University, was received as an elder. A bill of charges was ' presented against Rev. Philip J. Reeves. The conference ordered that he be put on trial before a select number of the con- ference. Fifteen members of the con- ference was chosen to constitute the seleot number. Bishop Andrews ap- pointed H. C. Moyer to preside over the trial. Dr. L. H. Peaf*ce was appointed as counsel for the churoh aud S. F. San- ford assistant counsel. Mr. J. B. Ken- yon was appointed counsel for the ac- cused. This select number was called to meet at 2 p. m. Then the question came up whether women could be sent as delegates from the laymen to the General Conference. It was decided by a vote of 99 to 65 that they could. At the afternoon session Mrs. Young delivered the address o n the work of the Woman's Missionary Society. F. J. Cheeney, of Cortland, aud Ed- win Nuttingham, of Syracuse, were chosen lay delegates to attend the Gen- eral Conference. The trial of Rev. Philip J. Reeves was taken up at 7:30 p. m. The evening was devoted to the anni- versary of the Central New Y'ork Con- ference Historical Society. Rev. E. M. Mills, D. D., of Elmira, delivered an ad- dress. ' Be sure and see the funny comedians with Lillian Kennedy Company. New songs, dances, each night. . »-^ . ATLANTA EXPOSITION. Round trip tickets to the great inter- national Exposition, Atlanta, Ga., will be on sale at the N..Y, C. ticket office daily from Sept. 16th ,to Dec. 15th, in- clusive, limited to return until January 7th, 1896, rate $35.60. Also tickets lim- ited to 20 days from date of sale, rate $27.25. For further information call on agent at the N. Y. C. station. ws 12-15 Tho new edition of \She Couldu't Marry Three\ will be brim full ot the new songs of the day, dances, medleys, etc. Our regular opening for fail and win- ter footwear will be Thursday, Oct. 3rd. On Thursday, Friday aud Saturday of this week, I will give to every tenth purchaser one pair of ladies' oatent leather ties free. M. F. Oulehan, 33 Seneca St. 107-tf , uMi • —»— Call at Connolly's Exchange street market for choice cuts. Ill Ladies patent leather ties given away at Oulehan's Desideratum Shoe Store, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 107-tf FOR &ALE. A desirable lot, 50 feet front, between the Walton house and George iilcht's on Genesee street. For price and terms apply to E. A. WAMOS. 110-tf SOME POINTERS. Pointers for ladies and gentlemen. If you want to look neat, bring in your feet, I have the shoes that will make you complete. All goods up to date and guaranteed. Oulehan's Desidera- tum Shoe Store. lOltf If you see how neat Connolly keeps his Exchange street meat market you will not purchase elsewhere. Ill WANTS, All advertisements under this licad one cent per word each insertion. No notices taken for less than IB cents. Situations wanted free. MUST accompany advertise- ments tor this column. CASH ~OR RENT-Kooras in house No. 117 fultency street. Inquire within. 108-113 w ANTED-Aboy for general work. FAIR- FAX BROS., Wallraper Store. l\8-i;f F OUND—A pocket book containing a s m of money and cards bearing a name. Inquire at TIMES ofllco. 109, pOK RENT-A furnished dwelling house. For * further particulars apply at No. «o South Main street. 108-11 W ANTED-Two connecting unfurnished _ rooms for man and wife. A ddross E. H„ TIMES office 110-U w ANTED.—6 eood men Monday morning with picks Kirk wood Hoosc Cor. Ill* COLE & EMBBICK. F OR RENT-Two furnished or unfurnished rooms, nioilprn improvements, board if da- sired. Enquire 30 William street 108-1111: W ANTED—Situation In office by a competent young woman. Best references. Address 1.. L. L, TIMES once. Hl-tf F OR SALE.—A parlor Argand stovo in good order; at a low price F-nquiro SO Lafayette Ave. 100-llt -po RENT.—One or two furnished rooms, I centrally located, nse of bath room, hot and cold water. 1H-U2 • Apply B. W. this office. W ANTED-By young lady^ position SB pri- vate instructor of children. Highest re- commendations given. Address at once A. Oi, care Sanitarium. 9<M)fl.\ .,.. . \ 1 ~— rui'i-rii— 1 \..jV , —- •_ -1.1,, * . __ F OBSALBorRentr-Bfotfso aire Oe.iesee.St ., With modern improvements. This pluco con- tains a now barn, Terras reasonable. 109-Ut GBO. A. PBBI,, B OY WANTED*-ir«rai 1(1 to 18 yean of agij, to tho right kind of a'bov fair wages will Tie paid. Callatouco at Harrison's Big Bargain Store, opposite Geneva Ifational Bant, foot of Seneca street. HANDKERCHIEF SALE. •••MMMBMMmantmiMi Our Great Handkerchief Sale Takes Place ' This Season oir OCTOBER 3d, 3d, 4*th and $ Ws Have Hell Some Immense Sales In Former Sessonr Bat This One Will Eclipse. Bern All. WAIT FOR THE GREAT Stti > m wiL SAW liiiE -MMmsm •'#ft \Hit <>;.'* • 'Alt .;»'.\-• OCTOBER 2d, 3d, The J. W. 40-42 Seneca Street andgt TO SMOKERS WHO ENJOY THAT WE ARE 3PEOIAL- AGENTS FOR TH SALE OR THE CELEBRATED ROBERT BURHS CIGAR, • • EL CHRAFIHA, CAPADUiLfi CIGAR. '\\ ciSQHA ESPAHOfc ALLEN Dmm c 3d Door west J. W. Smith'* Dry O^idi Co. Rerrfember we carry the largest, line of^i^rs in thej% mm NOW IS THE TIME TO eUY Three New Stock Patterns, Beautiful in Design and ex- cellent in Quality. Prices Moderate. Jardineres in all colors, sizes, and prices. - * Lamps of all kinds. A full stock just received at - - CHITRVS BARGAIN HOUSE. EUEGANT W^J% Gifts. L|^ ^IVAL^ Newdesfjjnr lri ; C(it Glass Bon Boa N«w YoA-'cntlpiii* *t«e, tt.», vmr Va**a,.«te;\A^»p«W;li»e.of Stone Set.\ tne!ar«wW$e«uie in Geneva l«t 11*. Woa^liilli^i^itilrranted, at Gentlemen. Have You Seen Tboie ^Working Shoss IN OCB WINDOW FOB 98 CEISTTSP Burbanks, 47 Seneca St. next door to t> 19. Exerts* Co. Opera Hou*e Block, GenfVt. A fel^llne •Jrfit, Silver Howf Blouse Bet», Belt Buckles, etc. i • - • 1 11 tit-r mill n 1 I'I ii ——wJwjfcgB > '•*?t» l L l \ l \U l ,'l'. M »\'™\*\.'.'j'\\'\g'l \\ \ \ ATLANTA VIA LEHIGH VALLEY On account of the Cotton States Mid International exposition at Atlanta, Ga*, the Lehigh Valley railroad com- pany will sell tickets at the followlnf low rates: For season ticket limited to January 7tb, 1896, $35,60 to Atlanta and return. For twenty day tickets, limited twenty days from date of iuut, $27.25. Remember and bate your tickets read via tbe Soenlc Lehigh Val- ley route through the Switzerland of America and ov«r (he mountains in Pennsylvania where the scenery aithf time of year is exceptionally rare and picturesque. For any information not here given call on or write to *ny \Le-- high Valley ticket agent. jOI it GOODS DEUVBHED. The Geneva, Waterloo, Seneca. Falls and Cayuga Lake Traction Company ttfr*p*r*d to collect parcels ia any part of Geneva and Waterloo and deliver same to any parted Waterloo and Geneva resp»cttv«i^. jftMri; carrying packages will leave Genem at 0:80 7:50 and 8:10 a. m„ and wail leave Waterloo at7;108:89 and 9:50 a.m. |ii( m j&*i And Mil At OnHyt'iUimi-tMtiain- Clothes ^--•'^Oyed and WW* **-\ look xiwr WeiMtoAip^lilpilMuijt »Uk» or any cowr;aI».i»^|«ilB restored » origliitt^orftl^tilfibds trlfinnd »llk: can be:.djS|*,4'iriUi«>nli remOTtaJr SW|na*.loaMc)ftW^ilttif(*iii color. We fllean^MdMr^dfliid WW* <* \*• **W' *orp^tOflliie^nill.lybiWork we e any competJiSrr '-$ h ' Good, called for and: d«llfere<l- . HOWARD HOBBS. -.'.,.- ~v^*m Onrlpielal , 'rfiilisWee \ii&k fiitir' ; $aB>soMK i fprc] LX> **e* Tea Cori|P

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