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i WITHOUT JUDGE OR JURY,
Tha Lynching of tho Murderer 01
Frank Burton, of LaCrosao,
Oue of the Mnst Oold-Blooded Murden
Ever Committed Summarily Avenged
No Tima For Explanation.
Once Assured That They Had the Rigbi
Man, and the Work Was
Lacrosse, Wis., October 17. As toon
as the fact was made known of tbe
slwotlng ol Frank A. Burton, last even,
lug, tilers was the most Intense excite
ment, and hundreds ot men In uniform
carrying torches hurried to the jail
yard and demanded that the prisoner
be handed over to them. "Lynch him I
Lvnch hlrnl" was the general cry. Sher
iff Scott, Chief o! Police Clark, and a
posse ot police stationed themselves at
the jail door aud tried to calm the In
furiated mob. The jail cell door was
forced aud tbe wretch brought out. lie
admitted the deed, and at 10:35 wa
strung up by tbe Infuriated populace.
The tucu shouting lor veng-ance on
every band, made op a picture never to
be forgotten. "We want this man to
kt us know why be killed Captain
Burton. Won't you let him have the op
portunity?" cried a voice. Some said
'yes," but their cries were drowned In
In the universal cry ot "Hang hi ml hang
hi ui!" A man mounted the (shoulders
ot the crowd.
"Men," he said, "I know that we have
the rl'bt man who shot Frank Burton.
VSc have positive evidence ot it from
those who t ok bim to the jail." TliU
was enough. A rope hall an Inch In di
ameter was at length brought out and
tbe work was made sure. The man was
nearer dead thin alive. He muttered at
the beginning, the statement that he was
tbe man who did tbe shooting, but then
nothing but groan escaped him. With bis
arms pinioned, lu nothing but pants and
shirt and no covering over his face, he
was jerked fr ni the ground by a dozen
men and swung slowly in tbe air.
As to tbe came for tbe deed, it is said
Mitchell bad a grudge against Burton,
dating back to the lime when the latter
was Deputy Surveyor of this port, and
bad business relatio s with a steamboat.
Mitchell had for some time been ot un
sound mind, and was once sent to the
Lnsane Asylum, at the end ot a trial for
asHaolt with Intent to Kill upon ex-Chief
of Bo lice Frank Hatch. He bad the repu
tation of being quiet enough usuallv, but
whlfky bad a crazing effect upon blm,
Investigation shows that politics was
In no way connected with the deed. Mr
Barton was a broker here tor the Chicago
aad Milwaukee commission firm o( J. 1L
Lowry at Co. lie was about thirty-eight
years of ago, and oue of tbe most popu
lar men In the city, lie was the sou-lu
law of Captain J. H. Moulton, formerly
Surveyor of the port, and leaves a wile
and three children. Tho murder caused
tbe most Intense excitement, and do one
can b found who regrets the quick ven
geance ot the mob.
Batea War Inaugurated.
New Yohk, October 17. The Erie
Road announced yesterday that, beg'n
n Dg to-day, It will sell at all Its offices
tickets at the same rates as arc now made
by tbe West Shore, and that It will meet
the latter's rates to all competitive points
should there Le any further reduction.
The West Shore promptly took up tbe
gauntlet, and announced that It will here
after sell tickets as low as the rates made
either by any of the roads or through the
brokers or scalpers, and makes tbo state
ment that it has taken this step In conse
quence ot the proofs It has obtalnod that
tbe New York Central, Erie and othcr
roads have made a counter rate ot six
teen dollars to Chicago. It further an
nounces a cut ot flity per cent, on all
local rates between New York and
Buffalo a reduction to about one cent
That all this will com, el tho other
roads to mike concessions Is hardly to
be doubted. The action ot tho West
Shore Is bitterly condemned by tho
older companies, aud tho opinion is
that It has been inspired by tho Balti
more & Ohio.
AKTElt AN KX-UOVElt.OK.
Ia Franklia J. Moa.a la a Detroit Jail,
oris UBli Double P
Dktboit, Mien., October 17. Tho po
Hoe have received a circular from tho
Chief of rollco of Cambridge, Mass., giv
ing the description ot ex-Governor Frank
lin J. Moses of South Carolina, who is
wautod on a charge of falso Impersona
tion. Attached to tbe circular Is a pic
turo of the famous carpet-bagger. Cap
tain Burgor rocallcd tho features ot
Thomas May, arrustod October 4th
for swindling Hev. Dr. . Hcxford and
otbors here by falsely Impersonating Kov.
Dr. Hicks, ol Washington. Burger visit
ed the jail this morning, showed May tho
photograph and asked him If it did not
look like him. May said It did. X follow
prlsner exclaimed t "Why that's you."
May said it was not, although he thought
It might be his brother. Ho denlod that
ho was tho cx-Qoveruor, but tho pollco
think be Is.
A VOOL'H Kit K. VIC .
Q&i Near Costing- the Lirje of Four
Nkw Youk, October 17. On Thursday
afternoon the Williamsburg Uss Com
patiy began tilling tho balloon North Star,
Intondlug to complete tho work In tlrno
tor an asconslou that day. They did not
ooinpUto the work, howover, until four
o'clock yostordsy afte noon, whon Trot,
Derntn, Miss Louise Schnolder and Mr.
Urown, superintendent of tbo gus oom
pany, entered tbe basket At the last
moment a son of Louis Wooer, the pro
prtobor of tho Myrtle Avenue l'ark, Jump
ed Into the basket and tho balloon ar tse,
bat the weight was too great tor it to
Clear the trees through whoso tops it
wont crashing, threatening to throw tho
peoplo out A tew bags of saud wore
emptied and tho balloon sailed over the
hoase-topa Into tho open fields, where
It struck the ground several times.
Himdreds of people going to . and re
turning from the GUvelaad dsaeoneiraa
Ocm raahad attsr it, ted oejteMag th
It (Ml when roaat
landed safely at Amltyvllle at six
o'clock, much to tho reiiot ot tho resi
dents of villages in the vicinity, who
feared It might be carried out to sea.
Blaine in Michigan. '
Bay City, Mich., October 17. Bright
and early this morning tho corridors of
tho Bancroft House, East Saginaw, be
gan to till up, and soon tbo Blaine recep
tion committee from Bay City appeared.
Blaine kept his room until nearly time for
starting at 9:40, and when he came out
be looked considerably brighter than bo
did yesterday morning.
Meantime General Fremont bad been
holding an Informal reception lu tho
room. Finally tho crowd, who wanted to
see him, pretuod blm to tbe foot of tho
stairs, where Senator Falmer announced
that "tbe pathfinder" would shako hands
w;th everybody, "but please do not grip
the old man s band too hard."
At 9 : 15 tho line ot carriages, hearted by
a band, started for the Flint & Fere
Marquette Depot. Here there were over
1,000 people, who cheered as the train
At Bay City tbero was a crush at the
depot. After considerable delay the par
ty entered carriages under tho promise of
the local committee that they shout I be
brought back to the depot In twenty min
utes. Tbo procession moved through tbe
principal streets, all of which were lined
with people and houses decorated; thence
to Madison Bark, where Charles F. Glo
sod, candidate for Congress, Introduced
the Presidential candidate, who was loud
ly cheered, and lot rn presented Pawner,
Fremont and Alger. Turn tbe whole
party reviewed the procession.
At Flint a large crowd assembled on
both sides of tho track. Tbe wagon
bridge across tna river was eleboratoly
decorated. Prom a platform car backed
up to the train Jadge Gold, ot Flint, In
troduced Blaine, who made tbo longest
and best speech of bis Mlchlgau tour.
After making the usual protec
tion arguments, ho said
that since reaching Michigan
he had received several letters asking blm
if be had belonged to tbe Know-Nothiug
party. These were supplemented by a
telegram from California asking It ho bad
voted for Fillmore in 18ft;. lie realized
that there was a party of Know-Nothings
In this country that Is constantly lucrea-s
lng," (laughter) j but a respectful que--tiou
demanded a respectful answer and
be would say ho had never been a Know-
C eveland in Brooklyn. .
New Yohk, October 17. Governor
Cleveland received the grandest ovation
of his life at Brooklyn yesterday. Never
In the history of the City ot Churches
were the Btreets so packed with people,
and never was there such a display of
bunting and banners. It was impossible
to estimate tbe crowd, but Governor
Cleveland during the day was looked
Ui'On by fully 500,000 people. Tbo
day was penect. Just a few clouds
appeared m the morning, but 13iy
were welcomed as shields from the tattter
too ardent autumnal aim. tJovefiaor
Cleveland was awaiting tbo Brooklyn
Committee at tbe Fifth Avenue Hotel at
eight o'clock, and a very handsome man
he was, as be stepped Into tbe open car
riage, bis stalwart form clad in simple
black. The carriage bearing tbo distin
guished New Yorker was driven rapidly
down Broadway, and only occasionally
was tbo Governor recognized.
Just before tbo Academy of Music was
reached a pathetic scone occurred, which
passed almost unnoticed. General Franz
Slegcl was lu an open carriage, looking
llko a small edition ot the tradi
tional Uncle Sam. Suddenly, a stir
in the vicinity of tbe General's carriage
caused the police to stop an old man
who was rushing to the vehicle. " 1 In
Gott, Meln Gottl" ho cried: "Dcre's
Slcgel. General, don't yer know me?"
By this time the old Gorman with ono
arm bad gained tbe carriage, and was
weeping llko a child.
"I tank meln Gott I see you vonco
more again, dear old General. I am
Henry Metzner and I was with you in do
var. See: I lose my arm." General
Slegcl leaued over the door of tho slowly
moving carrlifgo and, with tears rushing
down his faco, embraced his old com
rade." The Official Vote.
Coli'mdus, O., October 17.-0fllclal
returns from all tho counties of the State,
revised figures, glvo Robinson (Rep.)
Secretary ot State, a plurality of 11,421.
No chango In the Congressional straggle.
Ten Republicans aro elected with a total
majority of 42,200, and eleven Democrats,
with a total majority of 24,8v0. This
gives the Republicans a majority of 1 7,
400, and is regarded as a better test ot
the Ohio vote on tho National question
than tho vote on Robins u. It is impos
sible to got the tuU Prohibition vote. But
it Is estimated that It will not exceed
A Platform Founded on Boer.
Mattooh, III., October 17. This Is
a Democratic field day In Mattooa, tho
town being ullod with immense crowds
who bavo come to hear Carter Harri
son, General Black, and others speak.
Tbo platform arranged tor tho speak
ers Is constructed upon twenty beer
The Surg-oon-Oeneral'e H-porU
Washington, D. C, October 17.
Surgoon-General Murray has 'submitted
his annual report to tho Secretary of
War. He states that Increased appro
priation will bo required next year for
tho purchase ot artllldal limbs and ap
pliances and tor tho Medical and Surgical
Histoiy of the War. Tbe report, says, ho
will bo completed and ready for Is
sue lu about a year, Tho recommenda
tion for tbe passage, of a bill providing
for a flro-proof museum and library Is re
newed. The report coodudos by recom
mending a division ot hospital stewards,
via i "'1 hose appointed by tho Secretary
ot War to constitute the first-class, and
those ap ndi.tod by the commanding ofll
ccrs to constitute the socondlaS tho
pay ot tho 11 rut to be 950, and ot tho sec
Got th t Xjn Terra This Time.
Mknomoxkk, Wh., October 17. Three
burglars enured tbe store of Burch k
Clark Wednesday nrghi, and while re
moving the contests of a show caso at
tracted the atteattoa of Walter Clark, oo
copying a room In the second story, who
opened Are throorh an opening la the
floor, Instantly bilUexetM of thesu. The
oUeri etossMd, Th stand tmrglar waj
AN AMATEUR DETECTIVE,
Ho Makos a Neat Capture of a
Horse Thlof After a fjonn;
The Killing of J. M. Faulkner, a mite
Convict By a Negro Guard-Bes-cued
By the Folioe,
Mamma ia Killed Whisky's Work-
Bootblack Suspected of
Columbia, S. C, October 17. Jacob
Pelham, of Murray County, Us., has just
finished a long chase after a thief, who
stole his two mule co ts. Pelham fol
lowed the man through the mountains ot
Georgia Into Tennessee, then into North
Carolina and back across the mountain
to tbe town of Eljay, In Georgia, where
tho thief had disposed of one of the colts.
From there Pelham followed tho thief
Into South Carolina, and In Anderson
County, S. C, found his other
colt. Pelbam's chase ended in
Pickens County, S. tJ., with the capture
of Samuel Dean, alias James Davis, who
stole the colts. Pelham had tracked tho
tblef for twenty-four days, during which
tlmo nls family knew nothing ot his
whereabouts. Tho thief bad several
times 'Swapped horses" In his route,
and Pelham has taken tho back track for
the purpose of returning their horses to
their former owners, and recovering his
mules without loss to others.
It Was Murder.
Atlanta, Ga., October 17. A great
sensation was created throughout the
State a weok ago by tho killing of a
couvlct in Locttett's Camp by a negro
guard- The story, as then told, was that
a party of sixt-.en convicts, all white, un
der guard of armed negroes, had been
sent to the Chattaoocheo River,' when F.
M. Faulknei jumped In tbe river and was
shot at by Dock Johnson, a negro. The
bodv of the convict was found next day
riddled with buckshot.. Tho Idea that
even white convicts were placed under
armed power of negroes in Georgia
created a thrill of Indignation
which the press and people freely
vented upon the convict lesscss. The
Coroner's Jury found that the killing
was justifiable. Evidence was accumu
lated yesterday however, whjch shows
the crime to have been d liberate mur
der. Faulkner fell in the river and cried
lustily for help nnd the only response ho
received was a charge of buckshot from a
negro guard, which caused his death.
Jackson has been arrested and is now in
Fulton Couuty JalL The convict camp
has always bad a bard name. It Is given
as evidence ot the treatment ot convicts,
that since February 1st, out ot 150 con
victs twenty have died.
Tbe Defaultinjr Contractor Basoned by
Wkllesi.kv, Mass., October 17.
Twenty picked policemen filling two
omnlbusos, left Boston at ono o'clock
this morning to rescue Contractor Dacey
from the clutches ot his unpaid Italian
laborers, who are holdlug him for ransom.
About daybreak they reached the barn
which formed the prison, and forcing the
door entered with drawn revolvers and
brandishlug clubs. Tho surprised and
frLhteued Italians uuds no tight. Nine
teen of them who were concerned in yes
terda's capture ot Dacey wore locked up
lu the Poor House tor furtner e ruina
tion. Forty-uino others were allowed to
escape. Dacey is uninjured.
Mt, Varnon Notes.
Mt Vernox, III., October 17. Five
dwellings and business houses were bur
glarized here last night of jewelry,
watches, clothing and provisions and a
small amount of money.
City Marshal Mick was bouud over In
the bum of $000 to tho December Court
Johnny Slaughter, a notorious colored
rough, had an altercation last night and
was locked up. He Is the samo darkey
who, in open court, some time ago, shot
another colored man on accouut ot do
"Mamma Is Killed."
Cincinnati, O , October 17. At eight
o'clock this morning a llttlo son ot
George A. Madison ran out ot tho door
of their houso on Seventeenth street,
near Greenup, In Covington, Ky., crying
"Mjimma Is killed." Neighbors rushed
In and found Mrs. Madison lying on the
kitchen floor, a bloody hatchet noar by,
and a rope with a hangman's knot tied
around her neck. Sho was qutto dead,
bnt still warm. Her husband was sent
for, and affected great grief at tho
tragody, Tho police are Investigating
Supposed to Be the Work of a Tramp.
Cincinnati, 0., October 9. Tho brutal
murder ot Mrs. Madison in Covington Is
supposed to havo been perpetrated by a
vongoful tramp. Popular excitement is
wrought to tho highest pitch. A few
days ago a man call at tho houso for help,
and was rcfusod by Mrs. Madison, when
he said, "You'll hear from mo again In a
few days." -
Philadelphia, Pa., October 17. An
Investigation was begun to-day to fix tbo
responsibility to r tho death ot J. Wesley
Allison, who was thrown from a buggy
Into WJssahlckon Creek lust evening and
drownod. Ho was a son of W. C. Alli
son, the car-builder, and on account of
mental trouble had been provided with1
an attendant for years. Yesterday ho
went for a drive along tho bunks of tho
creek with Henry Hecht, the attendant.
The latter was wry drunk, and driving
closo to tho bank upset the bugsiy, thrown
lng both men Into tho water. Hocht
managod to sorainblo out, but his com
panion perished. Hocht Is in custody.
A Bootbiaek Suspeoted of Xurder.
NAircnuja, Tim., October 17. Con
siderable excltoment prevails here over
he generally accepted opinion that Jay
Cook a white bootblack, ntnoteo years)
la tee LoQtsviue KsehviUe
mthls titty, killed him aod rfce
ue awwn aipr, sooviag mm
Cook never had any money to speak ol
before the night thi boy was murdered,
when he appeared lu a new suit and got
a $20 bill changed.
BASIC 15 A I.I. URKVITIES.
Score !of Oamaa Mayad on Thursday,
Norfolk, Va. Norfolks, 8; Toledos, 1.
Philadelphia, Pa. Phlladelphlas, 12;
New York. New Yorks, 5s Metropol
ians, 5 j five innings; game called on ac
ouut ot darkness.
Brighton Beach Boos.
New YoitK, October 17. Tho flno rac-
kg events at Brighton Beach yesterday
ntalncd the names ot forty-eight horses,
and as there were few scratchlngs all tho
races showod good fluids.
First Race For beaten horses, three-
quarters mile: K-ught Templar, first;
Greenland, second; Kittle II., third.
Time, 1:18 1-4. Mutuals paid, $12.80.
Second luce For all ages, one mile:
Valley Forge, tlist; Llttlo t red, second;
Dan K., intra. Time, Aiutuais
Third luce For au ages, one ana tnree-
eighths miles: Clarence, first; Blue
Belle, second, uaruey Aaron, intra.
Time, 2:27. Mutuals paid, $23.65.
Fourth Itace Fr all ages, one and
one-eighth miles: King Lion, first; King
Day, second ; Strathspey, third, inline,
lio'J. Mutuals paid, $35.50.
Fifth 'Race Handicap stceple-chaso
over tho short course: Odette, first; Jes
sie D., second; Ranger, third. Time,
2 :43 1-2. Mutuals paid, $15.45.
October 17. The
Plinlrco was not as
previous tlay's, the
to tho raw, cloudy
third day's rac'ng at
well attended aa tho
falling oil being duo
threatening weather. Tbo track was
only moderately fast.
First Race Seven-eighths otamle;
for two-year-olds; purse ot $500: Un
rest, first; Saltpetre, second; Scoocum,
third. Time, 1 :;H. Mutuals paid $11.
Second Race Vestal stakes; ono and
one-half miles i Was a walk-over for
Third Race Sglliug race; one and
ouc-elghth miles; for all ages: Check
mate, first; Marmaduko, second; Re
gret, third. Time, 2 minute?. Mutuals,
Fourth Race Free handicap stakes for
all ages; ono and oue-elghth miles:
Fosteral, first; Nettle, second; Slocum,
third. Time, 3:21 1-2. Mutuals paid
Fifth Race Soiling race; ono mile;
for ail ages; substituted for the steeple
chise, which was stricken from the pro
gramme: Joe Mitchell, first; Fair Count,
second; Coral, third. Time, 1 :45 1-2.
Mutuals paid $'J.
Extra Race Three-fourths ot a mile;
for gentiemen riders: Analasta, first;
Mark, second: Welshman, third. Time,
1:20 1-2. Mutuals paid SO.'JO.
A Pareon on Trial.
. Watertown, Ia., October 17. Tbe
trial of ReV. Jadson B. Palmer, former!
pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church ol
this place, but now In charge of the Con
gregational Church at Anoka, Minnesota,
becan here y ester tay before a council ol
the church, with President Durgln of tho
Hillsdale (Mich.) College, as chairman.
Palmer Is charged with obtaining a di
vorce from his wife contrary to tho
teachings of Chrl it; with using unjusti
fiable Intluence in procuring the divorce,
and with undne familiarity with the lady
members of his congregation.
Prrae B fl Hatch.
Boston, Mass., October 17. The sixth
annual press rlflo match was shot yester
day at Walnnt Hill, teams from tho
Globe, Post, Herald, Advertiser and Trail'
script contesting. The Globe team won
the trophy for the third consecutive
time, scoring 200 oat of a possible 250,
to 1! for tho Herald; 187 12 tor tbo
Mcertiscr; 17C tor the Transcript, and
18j for the 1'vst. Tho Individual match
was won by F. W. Scott, of tho
User. Score, sixty seven out ot
A Burning? Steamer.
Detroit, Mich., October 17. Tho
steamer James Fisk, Jr., ownod by tho
Union Steamship Company of Buffalo
and run In connection with tho Erie Rail
road between Chicago and Buffalo,
caught Uro this afternoon while laying at
the dock here. The ftro originated
among some oils la the onglno room. It
is not yet under control. Tne steamer
was built in Buffalo twelve years ago.
'&0 had cargo value a at $40,000 constat
ig of wheat, flour and general merchan
dise. Sho was valued at $70,000.
Provisions are oxtremcly scarce In
Egypt from Berber to Khartoum.
Too vintage of 1881 lu Franco Is tho
best slnco 1874, Tho wines aro ot excel
Tho first snow-fall of tho season was
reported yosterday from towns In Maine,
New Uampehlro and Vermont.
Over-production is alleged as the
causo ot a shut-down by Fall River mills
for one week, throwlug.tou thousand
pcoplo out ot work,
Tho English press deplore the result in
Ohio, but look to New York to assure
During twenty-four hours 173 fresh
cases ot cholora were reportod lu Italy
and eighty-eight deaths,
Ono thousand dollars reward isoffrrod
for tho arrost ot the incendiary who fired
tho Hocking Valley coal mines.
John King was elected President of
tho Now York, Lake F.rlo & Western Rail
road, to succeed II ugh J. Jewott.
J, O. Brlnkerhofl will become Superin
tendent of the Kansas Oratnl Road, No
vember 1st, In placed W. D. Kelly.
Rubol's Rock a dangerous formation
In tho Ohio River at the Louisville talis,
was blasted by Government employes.
Ben. Poo, a wealthy farmer of Balloo
County, was snot and killed by Ben.
Dormau, six miles from BrownsvHio,
Admiral Courbot telegraphs bis Gov
ornment that he expects ia restrme oper
ations next week, both on land ana lit
Two man were arrested at Lexington,
Mo., who an supposed to be the pelnsM
who murdered tbe Lowrys near Mar
hall. . ; .
This powder never vnries. A marvel of ontttr.
strength anil wholusomoneei. More economical
tban ordinary klnde. and cannot he sold in com
petition witb tho mnltlindo of low tent, abort
weight, alum O' hopphnto powder.. Sold only
In cans. IfOYAL HAKINu I'uW'D'R CO.,
109 Wall Street, New York.
(JAIR0 OPKltA HOUSE.
OCT. 20 fis 21.
Tho Qreateet of all Hpectucuiar and ltenliellc
Melo-Urauiue, t e
ROM AST RYE!
Einbraclrg tbo largest Dramatic Company and
luuro wurKttuun acuntr.y iiiuu any oiner
50 People in the Company!
2 .Entire Carloads Wcenery
me following rcanauc me pictures:
CRAIGSNEST BY MOONLIGHT,
LITTLE QUEER STREKT. London,
THE WRECK OF THE SARATOGA,
II A M PTOX RACE COURSE,
LONDON BY SUNRISE.
A Drama depleting the Uutnan Paaaious of ,
IUt'terved etatl for alu w'thnut extra rWirn
at. nuder's Jewelry atoro.
W. 6. CAKY,
always on baud.
Hearse in readi
ness when called
No. 12 (itlt St., Cairo, 111
J-J 35. INCUS,
-Mannfacturor and Dealer In
8th Stroci, between Coiu'l Ave. ud Levvo.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OK AMC.VITION.
tale Hesaired, All Kndao Ken Made.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mmlfl to Onlor.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Avo.
CAIRO. w. ILi.LV
Kcpairluir ueatly done at short notice.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mra. AMANDA CURKSON, ARuat.
Txt Aloiumlft Co. Unnk, HthS
. tjnivo, 1H.
WUood Stock and I'rlcee naeonabl,rt
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY;
I would rrpi'ctfullr announce to tbe eltlteieqf
Cairo that I bv i nprnoii aud am carrying a
rtcla lauinliylu the war of Winter's B1V
onSi-renth tiri'tit. wfaurelem prepared do i
kind of work In mjr line In a euuetlor ana we -wauehlp
etylo, lrlini e mpoHth.D auJ at r -able
Unrii. Al woik funraa d, auA iw J ,
"m " 'uy goodl air Mnwith
, V. B.-Kutrancitoladrr, three, i
trance to Winter's Blook. !
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