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ESTA1USHED .1AB8. NO. 4534.
STATEHOOD' 'DilPMSiWO-rtiSBS-; .MEXiCANS
Republican CHURCH lbfeiIMMpSle I li i gel
Insurgent GIVENP YEARJilffisttg PLAN TO LEAVE; Kept It ,
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:HUS0N, S. D., Mar. 11 Intur
RentBepublictnUa .took a definite
party thane here today, when the
Inturrent Bepublicani of the State
held, their, convention here and nom
inated a bomnlete State ticket, with
R. S. Vesey heading it for Governor.
HIAMY.. X; 'Y.. Mar. 11. Ad.
Ministration foreet of the Sepubli
oM ,sjkrft- suffered , a distinct, defeat
today, when. Cobb, the'leandidate of
tha..antVAftministration forces, .was
ele.tki jwsident at the State
ieaatt." The f snal lht sa Wtm
(t M tTaalL feTtik. iarUsasatsSsi
brittjc about party- -hannony.
WA8HIK0T0N, D, CMw. 11;
A favorable report was made, ttf the
Benate today on the bill to incorpor
ate the. immense fortune Of John S,
Rockefeller; It. .it 'the plan of the
financier to incorporate his (Mate
aaeVthui make.proViiisa' for his pnlT
anthropio' enterprite.' i.
No cxiwnto Is being Bpaicd bf the
Territorial government In Its work of
caring for1 the Russians stricken with
diphtheria and now' confined under tile
strict regulations of the department at
Quarantine Island. , '
As a result of the examination by
the physlcianSj It. was found that
there were ono .hundred and forty-five
"liosltlves" Indicated, that Is, tho
presence of the diphtheria bacilli- In
tho throats of one hundred and forty
five of the six hundred iubjects of tho
Cxar now at quarantine inland. Tho
physicians make a .difference, between
the hundred and fbrty-flvo showlpg
the presence of 'the bacilli In, their
throats and the v actual dlphtheila
cases, which are about twelve In num
ber. Many of, those who have bacilli In
their .throats are' strong, healthy men
ofgufflclent resisting, powor to avoid
being' Included In the Janks of the r.c
tual diphtheria esses. "
'The treatment of the Rustlans U
proving very expensive," said Mott
Smith yesterday;'' "We have sent to the
mainland for anti-toxin la large quan
tities. On the Alameda wo expect a
shipment ot 280,900 iintU.aad I hrpe
the Mongol-ai-rVl.pjbrlng 500,000. The
antitoxin Is used as' a preventative as
well as a cure. 'Since each person af
flicted requires a dose of from fiOO to
1000 units, accordlrig to the opinion .(
the attending physician, It Is plain
that a large amount of the expensVs,
necessity win oa roquireu, sinco we
may have to give It to every Russian."
Two hundred and thirty of tho- quar
antined Russians are using tents
loaned to tho Board of Health by the
Fifth Cavalry and lho actual work of
superintendence at Quarantine Irlnnd
is In the hands ot Dr. Blnclulr ami Dr,
Marker. Sergeant) Barry is In charge
ot tne Hospital Corps detachment from
tho National .fluard.
return to Klr.t'Am.rlcn Savings
Goes to Defeat
and Trust Co;.
Man Who Looted
" """ X .
Serve Sentence ftfc Hi
Antonc Soosheck, tho Polo who wai
arretted a'ml( chsrged with robbing the
poor boxes' , of different 'churches
around town,was up In court thli'i
morning and bealdes the original
charge a new' oat, of being Illegally
on the premises, was laid against him.
Several witnesses were .put on the
stand, and the first of them. Mrs. Ly-
ceU, deposed that she saw the accused
coming out of the Catholic Cathedral
Pole walked along Fort street. and
-nren rip nmir or iz ana i. inn
seemed to be anxious to avoid attcn'
"on. , .
uavid Kamauona, a special omcer,
saw the alleged church'robber on Fort
street and followed him for some dls-
(ance. Brother Sjrlvanui said that on .
February' 13 the poor box was
'AM At.. 1 - a .-1,
open, and a sum of money taken
It. Ha' had ronsired
ami ineu uo
moved Se' cW
and then on asethtr
IN QUEEN'S ARRIVAL
S. K. Mahoe Promises
,- Sensation As a
Her Majesty Queen Ulltiokalanl, ac
cording to the latest report will return
to her Island home here In Jionolum
on the' Matson liner Wllhelmlna, ar
riving on the 18th. She will be ac
companied .by her suit, Including John
Almoku herprlvate secretary, J. Kalpo
Aea. and probably Col. Sam Parker,
Frank Thompson, the attorney,, and
others who have been visiting on thej
The Queen, It Is said, has neon visit
ing at Pass Robles In Southern Call -
wniu, amiuugii ivncriiuB ayuiiuiuuiB
In the Hotel Stewart.
Col. Iuukca,.her agent here, when
asked this morning stated'that ho was'
not aware of her return in the Matson
liner. He was ot the opinion, however,
that she would return dJrlug the lat
ter part of this month.
Should the Queen not return on the
18th, it Is more than probable tliat she
will arrive on tho steamship Korea,
on the 28th.
The return ot Her Majesty is being
awaited with a groat deal of interest
by the kamhalnas, especially those who
have to do with her property.
Hon. S, K. Mahoe of Walalua, came
o town today to appear In a witness
In a caso In which Her Majesty Is
suing the trustees ot the Uliuokalanl
Estate. Mahoe, 'who was erroneously
reported dead by tho Advortlser somo
time ago,- said this morning that when
bo appears as a witness In the Queen's
case, he would dlscloso certain mat
ters, which wilt be not Only Interest
ing; but "a revelation."'
PS. ZEAVE TO
tt lay mistake, the name of Mrs. 8
it Zeavb wbb dropped today from lho tt
h list ot candidates tor cnaporone w
tt In the Oalm list, Mrs., Zeavo will
tt be a candidate and tiro noma wlll'tt
tt appear In the' list tomorrow. tt
B. F, Examiner, Feb. 20. W. J, Cal
houn, newly appointed Minister to
China, will be a passongor for the
Orient In tho Japanese liner1 Tcnyo
Marti, to sail' from. San Francisco on
March 15th, Ho had reserved accom
modations on tho Mongolia, to sail
fc;,.'';! 0?'Kmov ,,
1LCa.f. Oil. I.i.t ..nu.la.. Inl....l..,l
rbrokeH 'ops but nbMwms',t';ysWsveaVlsr; th, tVsVlf tir. Mjgi, .:j.li&i.
iath brothers kad rtMtMM.t' rmark' ICMsUl,
1 issssisisssan ii sss.BBssssBksmssim ! , i.s iassssss,assmssssssssssa' X.r- ' VlMUHsssHsalsstfHBfUsl Wi
ai a- i iai , . s-S.ssajMssissjSi p, . m m ai j n'r .-. I sraVssssValsssssssVBlssT(wV " m' "k
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10 ribKS.-HONOLULU, TIMlWoiT Or, itAwia. niAT, MA1CS 11," "l10.-lO PAGES, " " -' ..
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l . nflHlflm " lll'IITu'tl
ilh T '
J-ouls ITreltM swgre that' b sawing
Pole carry tnoipdbr box oVeP
vacant block near Hho skttlni
ih .kilttV wA"
, & i iMit
and that the ncnr
utwu .invreanu my
the man and
ins bit)) emtrf
walk np fDrtitr
man who i fs5'Jsen',cdjhlli bilttitUhi
cnurcnaooainr seen wiinune
h(s ppweeoa, -,., '.,.,. ',.'"
Judge. AMrM,rouna,uik rnsu guilty.
as charsredr.afldsetiterloisri him' td bh
vaar'a' rUUHStttSksflt:- 'Ob thB ssfcohd
charaWthe 'aseuscduwas- aUs) 'rowid
ri ilf. - .. a . .a - s j!tJ
' sii fh'DaAlll
im sny.i pviiib
Amerlcan - Hawaiian
steamsh'lp line. Is (rowing by leap.
. a,, i L. V... Z tL.n .
&5" VSif4'. , . y if""1':.
k;L.'d.. tie!V6' b' .?Mra'
received bv aenaral
Acent Percv Mnr.. at thla nnrt .
i.vi.u ii- " . .i- -j... -
lame-slssd steamers for tha Atlantic
1J7 .iJi'"8,' 'r tb' Al,nuc
VL. ,l.w.i .!. . ..
uo yrvaut V(Uipioeui oi tlta
nmsntan fiawnimu una inciuaea
The local agency has been Inform'
ed that the freighters fjeorglan and
Kentufklani'now Under construction
at the Philadelphia ship yards, will
hi ..i.i7JZ. riV .i. r.. V.
be reidy to go In the Atlanlfc, trade
Canned oaJhMra 4 ,
FAT EOF GRACE
IN THE BALANCE
Breckwns' Ekitects To
. (iase .:
United. States District Attoruey
runun aunty? aoa,;apiABBr,. raar.l Jil a
from, d. i The' stcoad "yea! w to ;be s
is lid oi lae.Mjfc on.the-,explrBtm ot,UHJ(m sentense. ,1 ' :. fri.V- ., .
srsrtsictaijsifSt ..rulisSiS ... .
' """' ,iA" stesM'fao)aWosT,' . U-l : . xfM 'A nitTiZFiiS
.aailaad.,.aJaa .aia'.aaWaa " i ' ""?"TTWT: 'J
"r'Vl-i-IWj ". . A . ( asaaTSASSSasssI TssKassl Jtl4 S M a
WFrYri nnF xn py ' , i NMht :
I -B. SaaftaVTa 'aMI TaWaV HJ SJJS "."?
TJ,-,., - , wj-.-- -i-jfr: .t.i :.; v- - . m TtA-ii)fmu .M
., .. I1L k it. riRMD .
- , -l- r m - - Ml, .-
. m .jvd- mu
urecaons especial to m.t in u,6 nett'jnH ih. h.i. Htvt. k at ;i'a i..m
mall' from the Department of Justice
In regard 4 to Ihe. caiirofi Anderson
umve, iu vuiiicBacu luurusrcr oi
i. '. .'' . . .-" .:
ursce asaea tsreexona to be allow -
ed, to tntera plea pf guilty to murder
In .the sednd degree' as a result ot
his- confession, ot tba,)crime arid Brec
konB referred Ihe request to the .De
partment at Justice at Washington,
' "TJiero Is a possibility,"' sitld Brec
kons this- morning, '"that the Depart
ment will refer the matter to me and
allow me to decide."
"What will bo your decision In that
even),"' the" United States Attorney
'"That will a subject for further con
slderatlon.'1 was the reply.
uraco, a negro, nas confessed to the
rnld.hlnndaH flnrt nrvmprfltnfl .lilvlns
ofvMahu. the "Watertown watchman,
Nigel Jackson will travel out to,
rria all 'lhd"whQiKJatH.n.,'iii.i ite'yv'"tTr-
' will II
k .. T T I
noon that -HtjAad-w
noon that life J)td-ie n H(Ulpr.', comet,
uiu 1iaiBr.Bniliin'ii ni i vierji in a poini
Whf r,e ne'.'aicfded li wai only' Venui
attkr,.allOb ,v , ' f
The alk-KXti tfleuopaj.at.the. KM
tniikl ttbaerVtatoV.'wi udriai)ltlnB
l2i5Mlfe?iiaife"fS5i? " wa"
'"W- ',WfW JUmllory at-
:Ji "l vf!"
v- .. '',. i i ii i.'ut'ti
A most astute, scoundrel is' busy
. I b7- '. 1,. .t-
hstvesung dollars by ael
weddlpg , rings In this clt
:VmWili aJUmfllory fnce. f.?
Itlpngf the city.
nil falvnlti In kaf
thfeloab ; otdarjness, this man. who The mcW fsstldlou. and lUxury
ls believed to be a, PortoWssn' ss- ibVlnsx millionaire should expsrlence
sums;to.bedrunU. Me accoslssini 0 dim'dulty In returning to ,'the
LriJ .-iM .. - visit to Hawaii nei, Decause or ar
bSfd up. offers a supposedly gold. alleged lack of passenger accommo-wJJlna-
ring Jor. sale. i'datlou on Coastboun'd liners..
tTbese ' rings are splendid lmlta- For a, number of wcelts past there
tlons of- the real thlny, endlf tHey. has not been a passenger liner leiv-
w?rea trifle heavier in weight could
My Paw ss the .real,thln. To
m,ka tnew lool re' at flr,t ''
they have, been engraved with tUe
Jto' oUhe suppowd marriage, 'and
' . T' r " -",t -!.
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.V.-;irriuB luiiiais or me contracting
. ? 1 . '. I
'Last night an employe of the In-
llAr.I.lanH B V rimnn. ..
land 8. N. Company was ae-
I by this Poro Rlcan, and aftir'.
le bargaining was Induced to
' - ')(((
purchase one of these rings tor i
Thinking that. It might hare been
stolen and wishing to prove if It
were really gold, he took; It to one
of the leaning Jewelers ot the city
"I" morning, it was pronoui
,,,, an not worth te ,
f Another gentleman, whb
n, arne( unmentloned',' was ac
tnis morning. It was pronounced at
at SlSO.p'cIock last night outside present list of bookings areVtbe
the Majsstlp Hotel, by a Porto Riean-w (he 'ordlua'ry limitations Vkrpas
ot slight build and wearing a mus-'enger capacity.
tacne. tnis man assumep an ai'j-
tude ot begging, and appeared 1d be
somewhat under the Influence ot
drink. He; tbrust out his habd. In
which was .one of these take rwed
ding . rlnge; and. sahl: t'HoWnuch
you give'" Tblnklngthat the-rlng
was too light for real g'oldi and be
lieving It tb be of'brass.the' party
accosted handed the ring back, The
and proffered the ring for'closer In-,
Seeing that Jnltlals ".V to C
l"ankravHt nn . tha i'n.M. I o ii,
I To--"--"- i, --. "...w. w. ...w
I ring,. It was thought '.to ibeVa' gbodf
oi, QUH,iiuai insn whhdw-
tning -nsny aoout ne iranssction,
-ji .Ii j... .... ,t
'""'jj"" - y-waa pivuorsu, i
1'orto Rlcsa accepted thla sum and numucr n, wnicn nas remamea on
slunk ayrayi , t , . , I the harbbr1 for the past few' days,
Tills, ring wts taken to a leading' uttder quarantine, are much improv-
(Continued on. Page 65 i i'1. and 'ihe Federal quaranliab 'offl-
a-Ba ' I
PHI1ADEIJHIA. Mar. 11.
iADLPHIA Mar ' 11 The aa'' "9 men w nav be9n unJr
6e of the present inaustrial obsvbtlon ore now -ad to be' out
knceii manifest in many- "Manger., and It U.the present In
s 'Tbaay"irii Reported' that tentlon,tp, lift , the quarantine upon
tnanv nf 'fha Indilitrlnl nlant. ' IM
reraritins - their emnloveSmnoasaioha
' in order to nrevent them' Kointf out
onsi-aranathetie slrike.,te,shrrnartB,ne'.v",eUw. U..V.Pfrm 'iMl'Pieo.nie.
offtke street railw'..iv4u() iwlasUU the tiar.bnr.iind.nincneditp the
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Nit1 a class puMicailon, but a newspaHr.for everyone
".V . 5. . t i
United, States. Judge
ment1 of Justice' For LeavV,
There will be two Important of: ,
ITnltuil HtAtra datxrtr
temuorarny vacant in Hawaii
summer, according t6 the plans
k..i kH ... UM 1 m Iai4
trip' to tne
Mfel.U.J' .,1 tT i !
ihriuiiuii put.-rn,aTaw. r. ,
tne case omne uaiiaa etatrs uis-
let Attorney Is'sHghtlr dlsTerML
Is Equal lb Alt1
pot-.mainland, after the completion of
..ifu .. . . . ' I. .
i- Honolulu forSan Francisco that
tul.en flrst-c ass nassengers to
utmost capacity of the vessels.
yne racinc mbii liner Korea was
luuieu njr ine aavocntcs.oi cobbiw.iso
.uinens on m hclnir nnnhln M
commodate all applicants for .trans-
nortatlon to San Francisco. . '
Th, Koiea railed for the Cbasi on
Tuesday morning, and Had; from
,eveli to , .'rnllllonalres," or even
those persons of more humb)e sta-
tinn. nrn.ni,i )hmivk at ih.
0cai agency they cquld have been
assigned ,to staterooms on boara th'at
vessel.. ' '
Th0, Lurllnc Is leavlna for'4he
mainland on Marcti- IS. ah'd while
,ch stateroom Is at' present 'occ'u-
nlad liv, ntiA np 1n namta'tiaara -.'ihn
J8pBi1S6 blCflllier WM
Bei Released Oil
Three Japanese bel6Hglfig"dvth
-. . - . . . T(f ,.,
crew nf the frelehter -Tamon Maru
i- ; .
vais nave amtcu iiiiti upuu civv
and careful Investigation the, mal
ady Is hot cholera, but an acute form
Dr, Ramus and his staff pald'two
I visits to the marooned steamer to-
iIaV. Tha men whn hnva bean nnitop
thel vessel, on Bunday morning.
The Tamon Maru has a, large'shlii-
mint- bf phosphates for Honolulu.
llnckfeid Wharf to drschurge
iiinaaw - r - - TV.. - - - i' -.
Has As4 Depart-
He ls"nxlous to
go Bast for the
purpose of liavlng his eyes treated,
nut nas found it inarticuiariy aim-
cult, because of lh'dutles of his of-
., !. ...!., ..t.A.I ha- .
""" " '"I'iu .iuiua " ":
CMlure that hhre been' nut.lnto oner--
ation by United State. .Judge Rob-
IZtC (- ,. ."s,. .
. Oiher Federal.appolntejs a.Plnv
nina;, to mane appiicatios tor iniw;
'of 'absence during the summer
months. Circuit Judge-Whitney be-
I-. .MnH Ak.. t.J mim i m ..
tug auiuua mw wwi wa tm .ww
montns on for tne purposa or ssaKing
a trip to the mainland. c. . '
5THJ. ttOLOS QUOO
ft ,. T?,lr,Il 'lir. .
Kiiiways? ATcroiow. io-
Jove Crop From
The Sugtr Rovlew of the FedeVal
Sugar Refining Co. Issued under date'
of February 18, says ot the, Cuban sug
ft, ivnnuilhv wllti Ikn .iHnva.'fAAl.
Ing here, the mnrket In thq Island has
ui:n mruuK, witn operators paying
high prices In order to secure supplier
There he. nt np time been pressure to )
sell on the iart of Cuba during Feb-
ruary. "It I. said that this Is due part
ly, tb the largo Bales made during tho'
esily part of the' season, whlclr havo
taken care of supplies nearly its fast
as produced. Conditions havo con-'
tinned very favorable and tho crop, is
getting on with big strides', as 'shown
liv Inn Wflaklv rroln-B In'thU mn.
nectlon It might bo oald'that the plant-! '
era are complaining bitterly because ManrntrrcTPTi v.. w.. ii
the railroad companies have not Jieenl. MAHtMiblilt, i.njy.. Mar. U.
mbving their sugar from the planta- One of, the most extraordinary denK
tlons to the ports' rapidly enough, and onstrations ever seen in this city
state that for this reason their plan- was witnessed today on the local
tatlons are choked wjth sugar. The cotton exchange, when MillionaiM
total receipts at tho .sty ports up to. pBvten. the famous Chicago opera-.
February 15 were 396.000 tons, as com- . -..j jt... ri,7 J.is
pared with 305.000 tons last year, nn
inqease of fll.000 ton. Receipts nt
the outports to January .11 were' 451(12
per cent, or the receipts at tho tlx
j-iitB. av mat un mis unsis uuoa nss luauucr, tuc uuacia aiiii uuiuicm
produced to data approximately about men combining in hooting and howl
574 000 tons, with regard to the crop, ins; at the man. The demonstration
mere is no ciouui mat in some districts
Continued on Fsufs 4.
SAILOR TRYS TO .
Duck Thief And Fake
' Mariner uet. One
in i st
-- -y i-.
Swo Johns,' Walker
Were up l.eforo Judge Andrade this
morning iSiid they both drow ni-ites of
Jhlrty ilsy ejclu The first John was
,the. tool, hand who calmly ; grabbed a
f" Vl.u,u" "'"' " '"""'V" ,u"'
7 . fpi;;- ' awn i.pi-sreucu un,iiia
way as'lfmothlnl! harVhaplKsnefl.
in. limy cxcuwtnis morning was
that hu had not noticed he ducks, and
(lint nn tirna vnr-v ariiiislaail whim i1,i.
.-.i. V ir .'. .,'.";
tcctlve Apnna drew his attention to
frinntlnnail nti Pac-a 9.
. i .
dren. whn nre nnaseneeni frnm Di-pnn
. w, . .. . . Z.
Island by the Japanese freighter,
wore given tho option of leaving
the vessel and undergoing detention
at the nunruntlne station. They,
however, .deqlded to remain with the
snip; Thhpugp.tbe Ulndliess til local
mlHltmles; tl.MJfarnfly'"nns r'eceiv''
jugp.tbe' kindness of ok
.' thM ifamflv'i'naa' t'ecelv!'
i.n.in i .t2Pi'Tr
dtentlon In the vny ot
Advertising it the modern anno;
the bntiBMi man; it is a shies!
- - A sssntfciiin iTliaft iTl nil.
fa .(be shield of the Honolulu.
traeinese man, because it coven tner
ItWuide more thoroughly than any
other paper published,
raid f CEHTi.
WASHIHQTON. D. C. Mar. 11.-.
.;, c,:,,. ... nn hi itnnil in. .
dkv , th. Ballineer inouirv and.-
j:. u.. ,, vi.j
jon.i,, tome 4,.fore ,. eommii-.
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in tVimnnh thn tntfmrntt nf Oth. -r
----- n : iLia.i a.i n.n:.. '
mr Tlavfsi 4stf ftrl iflf Rfl1Him-s.
hf$ cted that the lists of the,
lands selected' lor restoration SBpnitti
a M to ot attract oubu
, t - .
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BM'SBBI 1 ' -j
sssafl'A 'V l"A ft ffi-atlr'
mi. II I.M II -V
f ,111 Will WU llWt j
1 Trt lftftA
. iu luod m
. M kl&aB
WASH1OTON. D. 0.,'Mar. JXii
Mexioans of 'New, Mexico will 'be
disfranchised if the plan of the. Ben
ate k Committee t on. Territories is
adopted by Congrets. The committee
made. B',reDort today on the New
Mexico. Statehood bill, and practi-
cally the only chanRe is the veryim'-
portunt pruviiioa.,iimi mc iucxiouts
of the new State shall not vote; ,
II II I u
TaW iii rs
ii yJJ l 1 1 1 1
.tXrS.ttl ,.. iL. i.-f. J
a5ain,t ?ftttt!nWai i? atr0nK,tI?t
h? M VJf? the .floor 01 the
excnanire. xuis was uoe in no m.tvi
kept up after Patten got on the
street ,and he was nnauy savea iron
injury by the police.
SAN I'ilANUIaUU, Mar. 11., 9j
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 51-4d.;',4!
PM4I.JT, W.UOU. AICYIVUS lUVMiIWU. 'VL
13. 1 1-XU. .
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tuiib ft oS
r.1 .h..i .1.- -.. L.ii-. -. -.
.JS."",- ,?"""". !T.tZZ. .V?.V".
rii. iinti,, ;, f,i, ..r t "
MtoIen nrlcics, Qulnn left a bursa Jj
hitched, up out at Knlmtikl Hip othorl
night, and when ho rctnrnod ato In!
Ul0 men ng he found that tho r K had
a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n man, who tried to In-
tervlew Qulnn was tild that the mat- '.
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uT.snnni,, not no put in tho paper as
le tnlef ,.,mill, kllow a imo-and-cry
t. u..H.n.i ii.....n.... i.A -. . ...
and It Is owing to, Unit fact that QtrinlCrj
is now nsjoiciiic ovi'r t no recovory 'Oi'
,.,- . ,.".'? "..."" . ' ;
'" mucn nviovcii wnito norso ana
It npiiears (hat n lady who Uvea out
near Diamond Ilcnd. nnd who U tvrsnd-
or of the 11 it 1 1 o 1 1 n. noticed tho Btorv' i
J" the paper and. luivlug ulso seen."
"",nv ""' U1" "r'""'iH um-M,itj
l'JS.".. W ' ro,m ... " bo"Mi
,rW ""' 'R vypnilorluB uroiintl-suijlt.
'"wimtM tb sflf)l room nnd boakj
"omeVhete.-'alio communicated., wits'
Qulm, ani, , lnttPI. g00 aftefwarifi
' 4004-3t4tho.TmlJ.o Mnfu'i) llBt.,J
recovered his turnout.
, , u,-i BSSSS) aukiaHimaar iwt -i
food and otber necessities.
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