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VOLUME VIII. MONROE. LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 187 . NUMBIER (Bi.
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INCONSISTENCY.
MlrsNitx, L.A., May 12, I87:1.
'dtlitor,. : )i7r4·)crtl T:, Tio's:
I would like to call attention through
your columns to L marked inconsistnciey
in our people. 1 refer to the treatment
of the se'alawngs among us; those per
sons in the difltirent parishes who prov
ing reereant to all the nobler attributes
of Ilmanhood and honor, have aided in
fixing the present datmnable tyranny
on us. In the forulm, through thlleress,
these melt are denounced ats the inear
nation of all that is base andi dishonor
able; they are depicted as men who,
for the sake of some temporary pceuni
ary benefit have betrayed the hest
interests of their country; who for the
S:lko of somll paltry ulticer continue to
ipander to the ignorance and prejudice
of the negroes, and by every means in
their power continue to feed the Ilalne
i .ifjealoisy that exists in the breastsof
those deluded creatures against their
former owners. I say this is the man
nor in which these men are deplicted in
pLublic. Now I aI.k thelquestion do our
private relations with thesoetmen justify
us in thus portraying thelm I1)o we
treat theim in a mannaer indicating that
we ibelievt: the charges plublicly brought
against hini ' I ain afraid int. I amn
afraitl that ill social life we give theml
reason to believe all our public outcry
is more rlodoinont:ade. For instance, 1
a nut.s meeting will be held in snmo
parish, strong resolutions adtolpted de
nounleing in unmleasured terius the
ulsurpatiion andl l usurper.s. A.ll len
tleterniined anltd hIlarlnoiiotlus. 'The
Ineeting adtjoulrns, the crowd disperses,
you seek out somlle one who addtres.sed
lhe nmeeting, andl in glowing terms por- 1
trayed the vile rule and rulers that
ianig over i-s threatening to crush out
every vestige of lihberty and posterity.
Yoi go upll to such t one, shake hI I by
the hland, congratulate hint on his
nattilly eloquence, arm hint and stroll t
down the street. Itirectly you ntuet
ione of the usurpiers, a parishjudlge, a
replresentative(?), at sheriff, who is ex
ercising the functions of an olice as a t
candlliate' for wvhiclh lie was beaten
sever:l hllundred votes. You pass along
taking nio notice of himi, expecting
your orator to do the sat:e but mbirnbile
AdilUi . he stops short, cordially greets
hinlm, passes 111he eomplin ts of the
dayc- andl dir(ctly says, "W\ell, Hill,
let's go and take somethiniig to drink,"
anld ,fflto lthe lnearest grocery they go,
IarnI-in-ar'n, leavilng you atlone ill your t
glory, \vonthering over thie strange in
con.sistances of litic.
Is this not true? have I not drawni
anll unvarnislled piture? Now, I ask,
in thlll name of connm(nll die'ec'y andI
ntmnllllll s'ense, is tlhi-s not :lit abltirnal:
state of atllitisl \Ve it-i rtemeiliher
that polities in Lonuisi:tana te not what
thle'y. once weire, in tihl dlays cif dlntoc
r:IIy anlld whliggry. Then, whenliii only
an holnest dilllreice' of opinion divided
the, parties, 'twoiull hIave been folly
indeed Ito have carried pJartisan feolinug
into private stiii lifi'; but nIlw l'uir t
n1, , a ld efl l r/ 1  in t" u ra r nta:.." i1, ill!i..'"
( )n the one hand is arrayedl a party
ienl::vorii;g to stai lb" - tide of ciirrul
ti1;-l th atl is sw\\'lepin over the (country,
a:lnli is thlratlcinll to ii iengulf our prop
ctrly, tiur lives, (iuslr ihI rty in one conl
sun destruc.t tion. ()It the otlier hllllt
-tulndis a partyv usilng everiy i(e-iiais in r
its lpowe toi huston oulr destrultioi. Is
it pIlrper, thfln, that we soulid meetit
thcee mllt lunicihly, sociall, icordially, '
or should they not irather he shtunne tlll
as p:riahls, vwhose tnchli is poltion
whose presence ic ceontllminatlioII
O.ATION 't O N. l.irl NeLANC.
T'ih entliusiastic recieption of this i
galltant gentlemian by our citixzents yes- t
tertday was the simple aml hone-t ex
pression of the prevailit, sentiment of I
the honest of our ipeople of their uiex-
tieg-ishable hostility to and rjection <
ofthe Kelloggfraud. It mcant,furt hier, I
their full applroval of the sulthmisin to
(he loderal lpower, which is the fixed
rtle awl d leternmiinatiun of iour citizo-i. t
Nothing is iore relugnati:t to the I
de,-ire's atnd incer'st of this people tiht:n ,
to he drivers to any arg'ed :.till physical
violcinc ii:utinlt everi the u--urpatiin t
which i '.ks ito ci g:i: ad ulmtilakusl:ve'
171 us. W'e h'rve haul en h]1 ofVwlrind e
violiin.e. i'i'e: o, uruor :i i hoe" l t .-t ,
go(ernmen;tuet arc no\v lour chie.f t houtght,
ie -i e :i 1 l'ye i r. ii t i.lii . cuuce i .
in -tacih .r" fr':tcl :llld inli'l ul- 1 -1"
pviion \u nutiii iiflict ui ron -our ral e :1i1
(ternl:d -tight, that \\~uohl d rii., the l
blu- h of -haute to th ,' 'c.ec k- of unhorn t
glneratinl. I'ir niu t hun-iratifll of
Smauterial ittcr(m-, qt, uietude or p";--trity, t
caul freel en con-"l ut t ,have fl e them-" lves
\vritt- 1 doln in hi-tury : tihe willing i
-trvitoi-s ofso hbole Itel t heer a fr:ettl
anl elel -utiim .
l ! ace the pIrot -t a11,l -lp ,-i iin to
Iqtlul g, ', inva\'- o n, w h ich dn ly tak es
part of the crew remain oil bottard when
the vessel drifted away into the fog
i and darkness, and that there is a mnys
tery in relation to the siuddenl death of
the heroic commnander. It is possible
that the Polaris has made her way to
some Arctic port without serious di:sas
ter, and in that case the reports of the
scientific observers in regard to the ge
ography and the fauna and flora of the
high latitudes will yet add something
to our knowledge of the phenontena
of Nature; but the perils of North
ernl voyaging are so numerous and
so great that it is mIore than probable
that the fate of the Polaris will lie that
of the Erebus and the Terror. It is
well known that ('aptain .hall was a
firl believer in the theory of the exis
tence of anll open Polar SNea, determined
to push further toward the 'Polo than
any navigator who hail preceded hint.
In this effort lie actually -aeeldedi, for
the Polaris made her \nay to the lati- I
tue of s8 deg., IG mlin.- :feat nt lever
before aceomplished by at ship. l)r.
Kante's men, who rrt.alh,,l about tthe
santo latitude, made the journey in
part by boats, idlt the retallinltler over
land on foot, anid tlainled to have dis
covered the open sieat; but IlHll's party I
contend that the sea is lbut a stra:te
somlie fiurteen miles wide, with the
aplpearance of openlc water to the North
ward. Kanie amld i ull pass into history
together, as enthusiastic mand advettu- 1
rot.s explorers who have peltnetrated
futrther, and who lt aveseent iiiore, thanI
any otther niavigattors of the .\ r( it"e e Sets
-but one tdied of dtisease cont'ractted in
the quest, and( the other lies huriedl onl
the lieltd of hIis tritimplh. Tite world is
not greatly the gatiner Iby all t halt these
bravo aten sutTereid.
JOUIRNALIST'IC FOES.
[N. Y. (',r. 'hieago 'it'i .s.
The late .i Jamies (oCdt lliiin t, of
the hlerald, ve'ry seldomt went ally
where, his lift hlving divided Ibetween
his oliie ttila his hote. Th'l'ei only
pubtlict' oct'asion on whith I r'trmemtlier
to Ihave seen ihint was at the tdlitnner
given by Sir iIorton iVeto, at lcl)eon
ico's, after the cloise of the rebhellion.
Benlnett tI he scentied out of place,') anti
wais personolly a strangtr to ithe conl- 1
pany, maniy of whom did not, even t
know his face. lesidle himt, I hrnce o
Greeley, 1lnry .J. RItymnond, Manton
Marble,) Thurlow \\Vetd, James Brooks,
'Villianm ('ullen IBryantt, Thetodore Til
ton, Davitd M. Stone, Park o(Iotlwin,
Sylllney l Itwaril (Ilay, (; eorige \illi:till
Curtis, and oither nithtle joturnali:iss
were lpresent.n
Not i few of thIes' \Vwer uniiilntiitllilt
ed, ant still miorte were nwimilliti to
spleaki' toietolh otlhter. (i'treelty, li(''Ii leIt
iand Blryutll.il passed tl treltqanssdtl each
othter withlout a nomotI of rec'gn'ilion. t
Ytecd anld (irleley iI.ni ltot l oilt t -1 ;:m IIt - 1
er's exislutence; so diI litminttiiitil a:tllt
Unarlthe, Slung iml <rbut:,, 'T'ilton anal
(odlwiiI. (Ilay antl ('Curtis were, :til
tare stl' lill, t Ipersonatl fritndts, ndI (1h, I It
(IottIve and i t , llltost Ilse oitly gieoitIt - I
Ilan h hla intgi :uttiable l'htions \i' ith
his rcii r lt tfr . I did i( t see ,r y oft th(.'l t
frnternitty titak IhI ti f tliti.g I hldurielg the 11
whole evening, ntll ht, holdl hi)n-Ielf
aloof, a- if afraid he, might ),;sloken to. l.
The fti'ntilt o lhcit ill prinsipal I
.ito i c.liii tiiti li l' V i tlll .I IIt)I tltli
rscribcs wcrt at t he tint have not mate
rially chalnt l s-intet, llouglt h (irles,
It(lnteit tul Itay tntn ll have ttquitltl
this l.lanet for one, let us hope, in
which thert' is more professional corl
itesy atl pir it dc t orps.l.
lSenator Ct" rpenterq" in his report o' ill
thie Louisiana jt.tstion, sIrl hlits that tlhei
decision of the Stitt, Supt 'it.ll r ('i)rt
was as violent alld lawless as the in
terloh'utory orders of Judge Irtell, for
1. Thttupcnte Court, in the e t", re
ferred to, is utlhrn-totd not to have had i it
cht:ra itlr ilf lithe llprtinelitg 11)i tt h it
Lynch ,ardl, \ hiIh testimsiony is l,(hr,
d"our itlnlitt(i e very fully. It li'.i
v itia te s '\v' ry"th in , :ir ol it i-- th c - t iln "
bt foi re y e ln c o nt litit t ,(, ( .u lt h ( ld Ih e
it t\ i ry i- (hat :t I Ii Ibe .i l lidl. I)
... In tale of uini n i y:)Il" 0 1inlit
of the case in which thoy I):l te.
dch i-ilon. The jtlgl tnt  it s f 1 .e.. ry !-°.t
'court, t-ll" II(-1 ('Nx ilt'l ill llch litht r -
utt ju ri-,i,'li, t .
T'hi<: iv \ - tout [hI , .\dl,)ini-lration
hats nn Il gal i ri :llc to -rn dl l oat il it,
th:t its: ,ti,,n fromt I.: .;Inning to end r
\\now illgal aln unwat'rrnttable, :an
that it i- thirefor" r(-p nsibl, for the
:lmhlrr'hy :aid civil wtar vhiclh nos' ex
i-=s iii that unh appy (:t,'. , . I.,,.t.
'i Nir'igan hl'rgyo:tl \i'rote to a
1!~tary agent: "I do no! iIt lrove of,
Register antd Negro t'ronwd ltegin tlhe
Violltence-April 1,300 Negroes 'l'hrtet
enIllhitle People-lreaklr . Nmaslhal",ire
Ieto Houtes and C'onnpel All W'hitet
People to Fie AcroJw the IRiver
Natsal nt d Hlis Party Idid Naot
Desire All Appeal to Arins.
EIb:orts to Settle It Itelaametd.
Negraem Ot)rgnizi'ed--Outriatgenous Et'ae's
ses-'Thre1ts to Murder tihe ~VWhite Mlen
and Keep thle Wliite tVomnet--Nlhaw
'.taras ithe Negro Rlioters-- Adanits
thatt Naash was Electetd Nhrilt
alltd li (Nhlntt Del)t'latetd.
30N' 01`'Qr , .:1N"1, (i 11 .\ ' 1T P.\lu1l ,
April :l10, l8781. I
; L th t l-A'lio,"r of the P t'i'c ro tna'a:
A\cc(ontlpailyilg 1 send thie stateellnt
of I). \\. 'lthawt, who, the Rleplublicant
1has rel'peatedly stilted, was theo legal
Sheritll of Braunt parish. ''lThis paper
lalso stated that hle hl'ld sunttnltoned the'
alaegrtlos ala IIa 11 pot.ta, which stattenient he
d,, alleginlg he haltl Ilno power or
control over thet'l, and that they were
only aln inifuriatted mntob, a'deserving to
be killed for their isdcdeeds.t." lie also
st:ate's tha:t repeaated ellarts of tolrillro
Itli,-e t'clts Illiiatle bIa" Sherit' Nat-alh aidut
jtott.a, vtmwho were ex'iuting a warrantt. for
the arrest' of t-seVt rollbers who had
Ilroketn into and plundered , tl dge Ritut
htllal's house' butll one of the imost imtl
loartant :cekaohwlea'ig lents is lthat Regis
ter nevel raim for J tIlge, henee cout h
ilnot hlave' heen elcte'lid,iltti that Ihet' him- -
self s tlahe delfeited atulidtate for tle
Slhtlritr ' ofle.
Thl s-tatelnit'lai, which is legally tw-il
nl-t.s-la ullt sworn to,ala is as ftllIowsh :
$"r.\"' ,:1" :N\1E T a.,1 Mta . Ia. \V. +II. V W .
I claima to b~ the legal SHirill" of tc rant tl
p.irishl, i:a i atllll ppointete of 'lMr. Kellogg.
Mr. Nash also clatilmied to ihave been (I
elected under U I(Q" T .l'v.1ariotl aih, e mnd t (Il
to the courthlouse with thie othter otlicers It
elet'ted and ciottlilissioned bily tilt' sawle. at
They (Il'ieiac tol the courtlho.use, and '
lainting I he right, iiuietly took posses- ta
siaol of the aItie, I b illln Isila)-illt at the
lille. The Kellogg appointees waited it
iutil i'otngress had decidetd int thue Iat- it
tar, ai I tia aetion having baee takena, Ii
bly itl order of 1ra. Rlegister, claimitlg (
to be I'arislth .ludge', lapplind by l r. al
Kellolgg,wltt 'a it It icroawdan. Itlll.lnge s-lI
Rl'giste'r ibrokae opei th(e11 wimindow of t11e I
e'oirtlaius i.t a mal: lm Il'tired forcibllyl. \,'e n
aubVaf(11aiiantly nll(ilt'ertooaaaa frtaama It n1'grl(o ri
tauil'edl lotis lkii thait lr'. Illainit, a
with :t l milber' f imen, wre 'iatling Ull
toII jeit i tl'r aollia'aers atnd install t Ihe gi
otheri,'. 'tir. IIltio1at, w'itth eight. mila'i,
lid s.iabselh.. ntly t'ilaie; ibut lprewinuls to l'I
this, legislter :and lItra'atlay sent l tlt an
tawal I to tia' aaagrat'a. tat it tatlll :iaal pl 're'- a
Va'O t I aI:alaia t ttal aaily trr ' ii'ala 'l lilg to 11
lI'a'tlltt llaah 'aa'. I tolt iir. Itagistaer I
hat Ibfts \wS. iiamproper, :l d the I:atw i
saholtl Ie :a l.1awtIl tao take ilts 'ours,,; ift
Ih'y $a-\\ prober ir itat o a h('0a t1'(i1('ia
Ia let t lh, t aI $o, a 1 ,ll if t ' \w t i' were t heI
protr " lli ,r's ahe ivil a' aals shohil w
de ide' . 'Pit' iut,.;.roaia kel t aIt minglil i :l
tal Ifiae exciltla il,,tl i 'nera'iitiln p till If
Iti  ftlltvowiag ~tia tally', tit' lira . in t t
April, whleIi gist'varal hlait 1 iaid he' was I
; aing t Iaabhl l 'altta . It', aopala 'e at l'Qurt, \
iII the lawyera . reaua.etl'a to r'I I'.'egaaint' \
i it'. Ile oly vi'penei'a it and llt aen tl
jala'a1-a 1,: there were dlh'iat Ii'tee htln
hal 4at I1a1aa I t.taalaat :1a4l a gral  l'l t'yx
tiled ;iat l inutkiiIg threats f ij:tiinst, the l'
white ll"' Ia'le. Th'ey were v''t'y' Iioltlaisa
biraking oper'l'a .1liadge Ilaitaaaal's Ilaoi'et a
til t] salai iiiiing' averytlhiing. 'hilly alsoia
tired iatt .ln ludge Ililh:i'tlraison's aiats', :l
coaaalt''linig botht with tll aother \vhlites, s,
to If 'a' aerl' s titt river. It
t'alsf . I Ia\w .ll itatal \V h ihetltr sbil - to
falatlaffy atiatat down it ii r. lSh-lti-a's t
Iwelvliiag, aiaal tsenat at 1t0at to Regiaster to
'at"u ltavaar, ila -atata' .\ay, toa astiatfa a ontila
ptatiiai-e', :askilag lhint fa i iaatlearvil.w. .
I tIlaa\a V'a'ria for tha'ta taot ac'a ta Veratla it
i w'ilth ill'. 'it'hly diit so, :aa l l :iule a,
pf l-p ' enitia -s far taaonalaproalalai-', bI ut \ll ar. t
,I ,giltt "r .tat al al ot it') -a ua til ae l atl a:
: an ai; Iparly. I theni reatlalu l with r.
them'il nl''u-; tlit, liayo' , w)ll en Sll y 1.,1,1 I ':
I 1t, ' a - l'i' I l'lV t .aae tof 4.ll t'.VIIl", if %a
pta. -ila ,',t a-'ttla ft a, ataf- :i a'o, a - hi".
N" a-h :ila hit- p;l rftt ' af i aa,1t .he-ire' ItI a
alppalt tI t a'-tt 1
Nexst' I :ty '1r. II .vll ra l 'r1ed, :an
u at-alta.r iltla'irviv. \at:, tata i h w I tt,-g-I
i-tar, \V iara I:1itll tat faha-, w' h a tattf1hi N
f rt r t, taat l ttprOlii-a. \\:a ; atia-tat fIy it
IIt\w,,11. lit h::l1 at a\\:atiaitl flar I ti it
t -I', t lha' ittlit-a Ii :lt Iai '.lk opfitf i'
.Jwltta , I.ltaitufa l'; hfaa - ,"ai2aal otat ' f Il" It
ipr'ilf -iit litat v- ithata if ta "y w1'a'> 'aI1- ,
ra'ia'a re, a11r. N:a,-l \Vaalaf1 ali-It-itld mata Il
-r-tlarta Ih ttniw filllt ta( pa,,a,- ait alit iaa. a
Ifa'l'l r t'" were afaaut aixtet nall' - lal - a i
tiati-al itt tit wta-ti-a'atal. 'l'Thi- w:-a- la i- t
tivaly r'i-a- l, . I1 f ht I 'fa retira- l, aida tl
11l \WPedinil-,tih"y liirning I .7-gistr, 'Tli ,..
kill.',y, Iaatlt , \Vatrl, t-'la-al-wr- Itoatl
M2ta -ili lil-Pa "I It it ly afl, ltavi' itg Il ill t
ilt', Iltr-l. fTh' y -a.intake.l atway :.a
alaiailya% thlatl it '\tt-a T iitr-aft.a IftI a'. I
I iiil it at t. I l.a-,i-ft-a li:ftl lar.'tviatt-ly €
ht'-ala- l tfha u T I tatat fttt\aa' t ataa fta
i /l .a:tl' . \Vhita, tltal w ith I hitf t Iaili - f
atiat'tf l a!a - w ih h '- ' : tl a f raa a il a-i
itag tia tattra ta' faa t-itt- litian tail ', -a-a- I
tat' watt n taa-t. litaltattttatra la-rtfta-ala, I
h V i' I hi a ta li ttana-iaa thaI aa ' hfa t'
-:la 't-taf 'lita'l I tiafia tfaa'aaa y \l'y-laatat a
gr - latta" l, ia- faa-:" attlfal t' killa , at
tlta- aaat,-- a'ttah.i' f3inly sia-,rv.Et t tat tat; it
a.'w::a f a-hat'r fa.aa tfha-aa f dil-aaarr . llaat I
I. theyr committeid si m1llnny outrtges t hnl
previous to tilhe light I left, fllnding 1
hdl nli) conlltrol, llland having speil lnt :a
- week olllndeavoringl to restore.orlder.
Judge Itegisterdid not run for Judge
uin the laIst elk'lction--oly for the ('lerk
of the Clourt. 'Phe man wholl ll ran on
thle Republican ticket is nwow dedl . I,
however, ran for tlhe oftice of Slllrit;
and Nash wans 'lectod, and am atitlsled
I lwasi not, Nash rcveiving the largest
numtl ber of votes. I was appointtedl by
- Mr. Kellogg ns the iWopublican reeolv
ilg the largest lnumber of votes.
J). 1VP. Hll.X%'
V itnesses: I Larry 1Vildo, A. t'Vaahat.
Itlneo at Ilobert Aaron's store, N:at
lhitoclies Pilrish, April 7tI, 187:l.
I.E'TTIl' ItJIIOM t(EN. I)o1LAN('.
• Mrl h I.3;.l·!tht.vslla.I:, May l-, 187:1.
iorlor oft L.ouisitiana:
Ni--The TlUnited States troolps arrived
hIere oiln lturday lnst, nalnt on Mondayll
evening I and ten olthers surrodelredl
tLo C'ol. D)elilyne, C'hief LDeputy United
States Mualrslual, olli hltl walrrlants
against us.
I lhd weo attelmpted ally resistouce or
anly attallk alfter the alrrival of the IFedl
ernl troops, which llad beon sent asl a
r ,osj.15' ,'ollliillfu, the JIleputy 1larsliul
I hwoulvld Ie usedl theom to calllture thlose,
or any of those, against whom warrants
hanl hectn issued, and, under the pretext
of executing l1i,1rocr~, wouhlI havejoilrni'cl
the polllice inl compelliedl uts to ulllb'iit
to the Iltter or liro in f/a dir',etijlol of
the I'litled States ( aoss c,,,'oi/f l 5.
'lltldr thlese circuilsilRtllccs exclll~siv'
ly w, s5s1,151ntld1ll olpcr:litiolls(ll Salturdaly
lInsl, alil not before, til tho knowlelhge
of clii. Il11ger, hlis ollthersz ulil private'|.
(iin lriday i liglit our milei tired oil ,lo.
otf thir 1 icklltl(s.
I las sowhvll', tliii mllor'in 1hg, a reI'ilIrt
dated lllt. 1i:illrtinsville, iMay b1ih, IrlliI
l ,en. Itailger to lien. llthalhe, it xi hith
the f1ithr11r says that we (elutilit I Oil
a Iliiistl iinaictct.-.iblel.swanipily is-lilnid uliil i
W\'ellntslld-ay, hlhein h11 imioved all tlI alt
tacked, d'ir'iing ui from our canmip.
'Thi.s reort i.SI grossly ill('Ill'rlreel Ii
it is filse. \Vt'cW avrtl itl 1on any snllWioy
islanil, but oin a illhllltitl alit Lt hoi'
llistliiii·c frmlill ISt. Marltirnsvill,'. l'lianr'
(cll. I ldgolr littil'klklel us0, muol dli w'io
dri.,a 15 11 sllst Ill. (In tlhe ci'ti'ayl'., \alll
5111 0 s i 11l h l'ff toiw m\l 1i1 lllllliear'l witIh
ils f IlI, arillery mdlii iloflitiry', a'.
mutl hi11< 1mil t11 5t1'11 withini I,'raliJe f hi 11k
rifles 11111 gun , xiithu 11111lrillgt a hol
hlli'm l'l.ll'.ll IhI clitlu ' \vho , l 11'iIIllr w5 h11
g1(n1 1: co1 11lutll' h ol'lllll li i'l l iI illl itIf l.
l ii ollr'd11 l ito 1ll-in 1 I ,II. I nllil ll I)r lll th
i. li , l rit l ll ill i tll l lllllt llli l -I
nll l ' ill lIh1"'l 1 'I'l li h' 1)11 t111 111, (l, ill
lil' lll'l5 1' 11'ri Ir. lo ll i Ill' l ;ll~l'l'lt < '
inil l ifrllgl lill mi tillt Sates d hi.
Ihasii till (' i urnlg i aitely flII llus t t
weili se illlr li Il l Ih ,'.ll ltIr l t ilit'
111,11 I , 5il riilii - 1113' 11111 111 y 111 tll
t il I i' t: ii ih ilt :1 t' 'vii I, plliti ,
w iseh<l iill rl'ed <llll imitlll n i.il < r. if.\ tii
whil l we weverei i r rm
: i m11l-- llll1 '' ' I t l nlllflol''l lll'll,
I tlit Il 1\y I g tllli" th v:lllll n nll rh 1111' i11 i'',
tilil'h' ll ii' Ill I1"1 Ihl" Xl'lt ll11l<','l' :1111 'll'l,
wordl':l pl i on oif lily emill :i;l ,:l n t
Irh I Il.h ball. I 2llu(r'l, '11 ll l lt lI -lll h. "
till' wlrii nolil t. \li nt d Ill.
12 '1, \iV'l'I no IrLy toll 'h' i,l wll't| Ill
w,1ri n I I 1111lli' \ ith ai l 't liiln. eI'
ll' l yl rr sl r11111' I' i 11i 1 -\ V t 1 d id n lo2t in' lli l tll ,r
wvi'h ir i ' i.li2 in< 2 ut12 li' t 1 with Ill 21l11l' ,
l'actlriis. V il l Ir ril rllolltl, i y
it llllli.2 tll' Wl 1Il 11 Igi'llltrnativtofsllhlniltill
tol tI hpolilic~+eoi" coinili~ngl hligh translon11
1171iiils thn* I'nitial Htltle,,.
thatl wel ital uii dhi tol intlerlb~r it, \ h tihl
ri-i htil ar'(,llori  <,itix.,,ii \v<, leni. it,
illld I< n . tlllinl marl <Imainii r<,ly onl thie
ievidheint ofl Ilil ilie .-'l lrominiiinti of their
own"1 i'|il+ ill Ihise m a. niii ilI.. \tVl hitvi
:siri'.:lyl laropowel~j+ ,l uilil tdill lil'opilsll, to
r+,+.o, niii? th, hl. ( ll0 ion of (l'<viry ItalieI<'l
con tisiii toil iii th( ll:risi'i, ofl ,HI. M ari nlli
vithll llm ,istiilli lim ,d" rare' ilr icolor,
prlov\ill+,+ ll.y i'<c.+;>niix4< y'oiil <,lld ianl
ahtilnli,,i-io'..10 w y w ek u t
I ip l-. iund~ i+.. I ils, manlly ri'l rt,i'
wvhi+,h hai ot'( lilbld i hil <'<lliiim i- ial" Il
Nelw ( H'ri';tli Ito'ibll(;li ,:nland il wvhic'i
it i-; prola+<':inll+'+ that /i+'n. Ikag e+r |l;.
sillni , thii, :<J l \\ai r'latd y I ai in I11:11
t hnil hi< wv, hl hlt,.' l,< useil i <liil :<ia ll
:I;ilhle everi.y hrly. W e'a, ri'<, I l l iar'
bly Ihir'lh or1 Ib. e,iitttimii, naild ili ari'lr
toI ?" rl',ilVi, 11111 <l ni i ti- 1,111 : ill thatl
i )" : "I\ <' a-,l f'ril'lisl , wv," state~ Ifill
'ai t111,y neu rr'iii', . Italgl+r ittllmiilt<,,
t t+ irive il "ui l wn'; • ilriv,,i. W% ithouitl
Sth<, urrivail ofl'; I,d+,raI +llli<.r niil I,'*,I
er.ail l'ltro l+, thI gelv r atiit his re, albl+re,<
Ve.i' ri'1. cti u  ll yll7
I (',Ialin l I'orni'l( ,t.. l;trtinl M ilitiat.
• 00 ' lit'ti lf* :t<o IL . 1% ||illiltuhil'l
f h . hive,',w< iv<'ly nil \\'i'k matll+' ili' :ili,
1 th.voetiniii,_ 11,1.. \ 'ilth thiail \,.+ m bl <fill
- t lhrb .'rl'clil' l. k!1| IilvinliI.-s <f li+. rti ichail
S :wt<'t.i-tli: o1" N <'vw II lll~u p hir'i Iturli i'-,
<..tlrri<,, hiin t a h allf linihl i\wa- fr-+im thl.
, hiv'<. T h+i, li<.'t mii rninli that isllaiile~i+,
0 row wa.f \l:i u+'k again of 11t| I l<" s0 i '. lli
• act('iv.'ly :ttl V',rk Ii helfoii'. I1," i.+:lmii
1 Itook1 hiim upl, <'ariria'l hiim :i Imay r.Ellile.
a way'it , :irl| +lir++pl+<'< hill<. Ilut itl '1
it hour<I+ *l, \\'ai- back'l ii liin r',' ila'ingS Ilh+
at Inii ii ili,1 +lf Illei-'- a -nI *Pow-fasiv'l wl ,+ - vi,,il'

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