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STORY OF GEN. SHERMAN.
How H Helptd Youthful Illinois
Farmer Sea Hi Boyish Hero.
It la not always the Rrcat thlnys
lti'ti do that keep their memory alive.
Frequently It is gome Kluan act of
kind limits, some pleasant speech or
manly court. sy, which remains Irs the
minds of those who knew them. So
In Illinois there Is a young man who
thinks of Gen. Sherman not as -Old
Tecumseh." the soldier, victor In
strenuous campaigns, sayg the Youth's
Companion, but as a kindly, rouh
beanlod old gentleman who carried
him over miles of mad on his lap in
order that at the end he nilRht really
see his boyish hero, the soldier.
It was In the early rn. The county
la which the boy lived was to dedicate
a soldiers' monument on Memorial
V 1 if. J. I i I. " L '
V -"'V-' -" -
So on Memorial Day He Had to Pull
day. Gen. Pherman and Gov. OWby
were to be the two speakers of the oc
casion. From where the Ikv Uved it was
sit m:!cs to the county seat. Ilo had
t) walk the distance. Hut wnrti of
nil misf.-itunes. It rained all the day
before when he should have bxen
working Itt the jtar.lcn. and so on Me
lt. or ml day the boy had to Ret down
on hands and knee ai.d puil weejj
tinder the broiling sun. acroi. row
nf:cr row of younn xcKciaMcs, , that
be did Hot iti-l away from home until
Duly an ht:r and six miies to go!
He knew it was iis-clcs. It would
take him two hours, and when he r.
there he would find everything over
and the general gone and there was
ii use In anything anyway. Tears
rolled dowu his cheek now and then,
and he felt like a much abused boy.
Kvrry little while a buggy or car
riage passed him going- In his dire
lion, bnt all of (hem were full, and
there was no one to give him a lift
Hut at last, when !e was certain that
ho could never pet there, a buggy
which crime up from behind did not
pass, but ktoxd benid blm,
"Hello, huh:" .-raid a kindly ocu.
The boy looked uji through mlaty
eves. Two (tray and iiulizKal old
fare iened at I iru out of a muddy
bu(r(r. Tn iilea'aut old (reuileijieti
were on the sent.
"Y vjck, sir I'm trying to," said
'Climb In then." said the man near
est him, and as the boy, not hcilevlng
his ears, ut a font on the tt-u the
man reached out and lifted him In and
seated him on his lap.
"Where are you Rolng?" he asked
"I was a coing to the monument,"
said the boy. "but I didn't think I
would Pet there. Iht you suppose I
will? In time to see Gen Sherman?"
The old man who was drlviip;
clucked to the horse, and the other,
stroking his beard, said:
"Why yes. I cuess you will. Yes,
I reckon he'ii pet there. Kb, iJIrk?"
"Why why, yes, I reckon so." ld
the other. Then they both chuckled.
"Want to see the peneral. eh?" said
the old man who held him. "Ixm't
care about the povernor, eh?" t
o, Mr, not so luutn, sal.i' t Ii
boy. truthfully. "You see, he lives
rlpht here n this state, and he didn't
march through Georgia, or have sunns
! about him, or anything."
j "Why. no: so he didn't: Did he,
llck?" asked the hoy's old gentleman
j acain. This seemed to amuse thein
j very much. They chuckled about !t
iavthlle, and then the old pentlcrn.m
! who held the boy bepan to tell 1:1m
stories alxiut the campalpns Gen. Sher
; man had foupht In and about soldier
: life, stories 8 u:e of which were in hU
j tory books, but most of them were
new to the boy. Then the other man
toll sotr.e stories alMiut Mr. Lincoln
I ")id you know him?" demanded the
; Ikiv, and to his delight they txrh- did
j and toid more stories about him.
Sin miles was a long way to walk.
! but li was a short way to tide, and it
f.e ti.ed aj If they had hardly started
1 when the boy beard a tremendous
: shouting ami rheerlcg and there was
I a crowd all lined u;i along the road
j t'heerlng whom? He felt a motion
j back of Mm and turned and saw hi?
; old pentletnar. take off his hat and
j smile and bow. and the other old
' petitleman did the fame.
They drove n; to the square and
i set him down and everyone stared
at Mm. and then he saw them mount
the jltt'form with the committee.
He had. Indeed, arrived in time to
"see the peneral." for It was Gen.
Sherman and Got. Ogicsby who had
Taking Testimony la the Haywood
Cae at Boise, Idaho,
ORCHARD TELLS HIS STORY!
Ha Clairra th Through It All he Wis
Directed ar.d Paid By Offi
cer of Western Federation
Uo!e, Idaho. Jun 6 ThroucU
Jauie, ii. Haw b y, svulor of the pwuy
of prosecutors, the ttat. of Idauo
Tuesday made the opMiin? ktatement
againtt William D. Haywood whom
It charges with the murder of Krack
SteuneuUrg. and began the jiresema-
of 8utr!ctndej,f; llrv,rri.!rk asd
f'wrernan Ick; tnftru-4 tfcat be
caui" hm had rt U- a i,id f r tls
flmt t!er- ;d at tlol'Kr- n (fc Vir.dl
tu'Mf jriin he had W n lref herrji
to hi acrlr by wamtnir Ui U;at
airer of the n'cr and Crl;.j,l
C'rwic railway that tl.ere u a j i-H
U blow up tl.elr trains trtifesse-J t).t
be cruelly fire.j three cl,are-w of buck
shot Intj the tKiy of I-t-tlT tyta
Gre.,ry of iM-tiwr. liU.r.r Llrn in-
s'anUy, cotfe,, f thst f r days he
stali.ej (vernor i'ttiiiody about lea
ver wal'lnj a chance to Mi) him, t,u
feed thai he a 1.4 Hve Ada-.s t
and difcharK'-d the mine nnd'-r tbe
de;t at Inde(.( Ld' rr that lastar.'.Jy
Miled fourte n r,en ar.d cotfesrd
that fali'ir.g in an atterrtit to on"a
Kred UradJey t,f Sta rrnr,cii-c. It
blew biro and Ms bouse up with a
bomb of pel-it:ce.
Hoiw, Idaho. June 7 Harry Orch
ard crowned his admissions of eave
crime Thursday whT cfrniinuin? his
wifh nd tT sal InfTsaJ
tl.s a. ,V'M the i'-.e.f
rt ori in She sate j t cyr'.itul
B.a.'ifter t:.i fcarkH tl ti.-,t
The Swiss army wl!l be preatly
strenpthened by the new military or
Kar.lzatlon. Infantry recruit in fa
ture will serve 4j Instead of 5 dayi
yearly with the colors. There will
no chanpe in the Swis tiavy.
iat Wl'stilfc i -1
A W)V0U3 'jrrfCirt CUf3
b r ca. wiixiAJuty riwK nu-s.
Boot Fmrlqrm- Wiw4r( m
Tonli foe tv Nr,
XiJt asrw-Ttj tVt r.--tft r,U.,t
wl ,j a ta.r t a- cn
can cere B-rs t-r. .s-.
U er;U:rjl wt Iff. VTZi: M.TM' f.Z
I" a l-x 'tJe Txj.;U mtn tu i r
It U te-wr ryf t fe-.'-stafe iUri
aM t liJk of t:. torrw. X"
& r-' rr'jr rt;ti j-a Dcc-.aier
j wsU c-l ,J t. -
t rr-t a.-w txi-rnl tbe Tj era s-.arv-i
I cm t Lia Irttlt to tfrt".( rwt
yrrr rrji ar p jeie tc trj
-. r ocr tnt l.-.r a t srA
a-vi itj ter a-r i.jw4 a.I v-.-i
: t-r. 1. W-V Pk Pjt riie
. Uf-fil cy aid w-TTfa.
the rare f-r.m -,it' .-. v , - . . . --ji-i. it,:
-J i- .j--v- , V l.-"
VTp-ir-taT. K; voire Cr;;d
low-er keys as tie i-'.'.Tul tUry t.1 tie
Ion? huit fcr 6tTJ0iiVr? cirrow-d
down to the la.'t day and h t- cf
I 1 rkrf r-T. - - - i -
f U-.t I- ,.. ... .. i. .v . . v. . . - c
- ... t ,rs3 Wia B j-, - i teirka M
as the vir-jnj ws,:i.4 wwiyj.,:, to ' t; m-'-.t. 1 VM a'.-i.i tf
Ms d fr,ra. Tiroueb il ;i te V'lct-i r:.T- vl K -.o ---r c
btst or-e aad t.4! was when the ' zZYlT J-" '- i -a.tx s.-.r
- - - - - A ic-T - - I w T
fen?e cad? Mrs rarue
aad his one broiler tiid r!i
rvsidf cce, in Or.tario ar.d N
The defense f'wrht th?
a RuItij.Mcity cf cihj"CJoa and s-o
cede-l in teainz off s a'terr.rt tt
the f'ory tf the rn-rd -r of A"tTer
Co'.'.'r.g and t-ac:.rar!!y 6t';u.t:c frit
the orbr.'s of a t-l-pn.aj re-t-l
ar.d a tel-cram s-rii ty Orchs'rd a'?-r
tfs r: :- ' E'.t for tie r-?t the
jran?.-d to ct in !. t'.or? Ir.tct.
T".: state Thu-J-iay r3 -.t
rot-orr.tioa cf Orchard's rritcs-.a '
ty iTcJucia? the lesd csr'n? of te
'je.i r e;-
ti-.r ; riaJ.J ir ai-d sit f --x ; ao t.-jit
Tort i c:t 1 v.r i-ajJ r -.- t.f Lj. tegrt.
, L.-ii iie-y l Bje ro amo.
" l.r tiT fc .-a t '".zr. re re c
; Pr. Wvajrj' i'.r.k I f r
tli I.Vt :j!trri.-d r."r r r-v. J
mr.-k a-verii t.y;e, x; j te-r ha
ferr tit, Tj?tw Wtr f c.r irw
s a-t iA.tieti'-tkrfcjjlrf; t ailir
; t-a a -U w-!-.., err r-j e."
; t f-Ter sj a t-ti-
tr.r V.r "V-r. I . -
, . . . ...... v. i-uw.... ji. : 32.i-M-ia ci liaise
j swore ttat he brousit It from Cat yea ' frwtarwvt
City to P--i:rT at;d then cn t-J Wa!- j Write f--w it fciir.
; '.ace. where he cave it to a caj caa- ' tr- Wii;:,r.' P:-i Pd are wil
j ed Cuncloshaai. It was tirowo iat -rB "Vr raii.
j the rlrer and tie ate pron-Isea to v., f, t2iX tr t.U t.wl.
i'.v.r us mTiirij. i aaii?zoe ii.rc r, Jy.iirrair, i". X
There was the taae j n M'ti .
and the a armed Fard, Tfc-irsdzr j "pAT SE osLY ONE -'!tT"
J .M.1.--VI jT.ara sa ice eaice corrr.- j
JUDGE FREMONT WOOD.
Presiding at th Haywood Trial In Bolsa.
Relic of Battles at Washington
f ,S... v'? 3 ."Y,V"
A Howitrer from Teas
In what tuny be ra'b d the front i c I t
y'd o! the war dr-i-arttiicnt bulldiiip.
the sunken KArdel) iMv lhlt IVlillS) I
vsula avenue, I an mterestln col
l-cte: of rnture. tro hb s They
aie pur which Ue come from u
rli'U.t .i.ir'. ar.d whb h hate lui n
tnnu:i:e.i .is a n-.eaua of resei t lux and
-hlt!'.!tiR the illfferent clite t)f ird
11.1 .KH led III fortni'i' ytais
One of tle is a reiulutioitary pun
of iiirnit fill nch caliU-r. a trnne how
l!i .- li bears the nioiie;i ,.iu if
llniM' li, and was evidently bulli by
one Gilpin In 17(V It I a flne sjhm-I-ti'en
of luvni cnslinB, and was sui-
rer.uered rs the aratojia coniemii.n i
la ti t iber. ITT?. i
Nu. at Tiand Is a cast'ron how
Iti-er. which was presented to The te
jiubllc of Tevs by (;en T. I Cham
Ikts. it Itais the kindle st.tr cm
Vlenatic of the Imio Star republic
1,'t, i.Ktinn ob.leetj in the culler
thut k'o two buuire null bearlliK Ihe
title ftl Mhiilii v. and Si. Mark. They
were lAptuicit In Mexico, and le
lontied to a lut'.e.-y cf four puns, one
f which I now l:i Fremont. O. and
n;'ilier at GoyciUor Islund, lu .New
Aiii'Me r sriety of Run Is a bronxe
.-a,'Ma1 tlllii cf ' iuihe caliber,
wh ill sxi captured by the I tilted
t,a:s at biui'ia-u la 1'jS It waa
In Seville, bark la
if cxaMiple sd tireuja
d are ail i t these e.d
; ITT; It u a t.
j t ilrtirif. 01 iti.let
I Twn i,',. of the ni'!..tion a;
n ir.M-nted by kh:p's pi;i. of casl
i Iron Tl were it: ad l l.iirii lu
' ITt.il Tl.t) an- witl out rmbi lllch
j trieiu or re-.ed. but aie notable for
j tt'el," .'! k 1UM l li.
A p'.i: wii'ti h.-.fj nisi, y u.hVnis.
I ilet-i". :; i.s mid i,isitu!4 Is a bronm
i-.i:uioti which whs taken at Santiago
, In I vs. The rivt.nl kuiw that It was
made In Krat'ie In lTis, and It Is hUh.
piued as an example of d. ni and
production In brouie. The eu.s.Je vt
I lb pun bear its name "l I'uroui he"
i tlh rlerccl. a l.ulin tnotto, the cm
i bletti cf tbe boiiM 'f UouilHiii, the
j r'reiit h crow ii arid cont of iitms, the
I liiotui of loula XIV. aul a hinting
i su:i Aliofeth.-r. It Is an ornate struc
j lure for a w, j;h i ticirlna so foriniiia
I bie a title
j Tie colli'i-tton is inoji a-ipropiUie-y
lodged wilhin the war d"p.ut meut r
i i vatit n adjoltiiity; the White lloime.
' It pienelits line cXitui'le of ty pes of
oiili. sine whbh have oiiriivid t'nlr
day of el!lcl"tic) . The tri hies n ; r
hciiI. cf sinrHc. the Atiivilcati ai'htttw
nients In btl! and ate at ouca In
structive as u xl.lhll aud iu-ipiiiti
a ao xauiU.
tlon of the tesliuiuny hy which It
bop.u to pixe.e the Indictment laid
The opeiilnj ctatetnent waa a
broad, sweeping arraignment of the
leader of the federation of Miners
who were charped with plotting whole
aale murder and hlrite; asast-lns, all
io a eiant conspiracy of v.'mrance uj
on those who ohtruct-d their way,
to destroy opposition by terrorist, to
control the jolillca destinies of ttie
coniniunitles covered by thlr orpan
lratlon, ar.d to perpetuate their owa
power within the organization.
It charped a widespread conspiracy
In luct-;.tlon fiom the north Idaho dis
turbance 15 years apo, reaching down
to the niurder of Krank 8teun nlterp.
and whose murdered victims, by bul
let and bomb, nuttilx-rtd score. Haw
ley declared that wherevcT lu Ui
rulnliiK sections of the coast ttes
the federation had been in control,
there had bet u left a trail of blood
to mark Its o;ratl!is. Of ttie
h!rAl ussAsriiiK lie cried: "To them
murder hcan;t a trade and asbassatiis
a IJean nf lUins."
case acainst Wnu D. Haywood, he
made an explicitjy detailed cocfesaion
of the murder t-t Fraxk gteuner.ber?
hy an Infernal tnachice that directly
open the way for his own conviction
and execution. He twore that the as
sassination of Steunenberg waa first
d Quit When Me Waa D:r Wit
Ail Thin; EartVy.
rjrh w ho
rtni tcfn.-s except thai laiot ihe
Epecta'.crs Vie woruea to c-a wr aj
two t") OCft
urcaartj r:risnei :..rs C:rect cian-:a- J A rich maa out in
tlon at :j o CiorV ar.d the cro.- i- j owti a large t'.ice tis am'jr tha
amIr.a:ioa l.ad or.:y reach-J 'owt; ti ! cxr.r ettji -ye-d to kw It la
the Corur d'Alece diys of IS.1; r-a j share aa Ir:ha.aa i f whetc ie Is ar
the court roe. The cross eturr-lrra- l tlcalarly fond ca account cf fci m
tion w ill bo continui-d at 9 o'clock FrV- cor.sclo-as wit. says Hirper' Wk:y.
day. . ! Tt! trUhmaa is .j3:etts cf bird
la de:a!:iE5 tls buct for C-3T. irinker. and. as hi lacorce is limited,
f :euneclT? he said: I fiaaHf local- j t u mcr rar-Jcuiar aa rearda tb
ed Gov Pieunenberr on rhVtoms. I 3titj taa the uahty hi
night, ac4 takin? the sawed-off J
pvirtp shotgun IVtUbone bad flvea
me. I we'jt out to bis bouse. I hfarj
the pivtrnor conilag and tried to pet
the two parts of the- gtm together, bet
KETCHES OF DEFtNDANT IN
GREAT CONSPIRACY CASE TAKEN
Hois. June 6. A
sun Uly bulli tiuin
fray aark aull and
toniposed ah any of
wen f roomed,
, diti-rd la a
1.1s hearers, U
liiwri known t. Hairy Knhard, a
self oinfeMosl. many tim murderer.
took the wltt.es stand to the UBet'd by Hajwoxl. i-nr.t'y
trln ,Mui t i f Ada cininty at 9: 15 i h'lti d by HaywovsS. Mi . r. 1 ttl'ti
0'.(Hk Wc.1ucs.Uy ruornttitf lie la :d hlmxelf. waa financed It Hit-
the prin. p Hiies ucaitn.t V. I. t d, and us cxicuttd hy h!:n-if
Haywo.d. cliarjed wlih tbe mur.lcr i'-f; r the failure cf cu attu:pt ia
of former tiov. Steunriibrc ami : which Jack isttr.t tins bed trtu-i-
wh. Is. by Drt'harJa storv e.m nr:e,l ' pated.
J liquids. Tie other day the eairloyer.
to bad been awaitJcg a trxwl o;po
taa::y. rercarked la a kind tooe. a
the c!o.n settcace cf a friendly leo
"Now. Pat. tow loig do yoa this
yoa caa keep oa drtak'.ai tbi cheas
To wtk-h Pat iaaaar.:y re;-:ied:
-Jul mi lire. If tt doesn't kiU taa.
EC2EMA C0VERE0 BABY.
iih many fe..rful crimes
An undertaking by the spccUl pros
eculor f.ir the Mat,- that they would
ty Inter proof and c..iit;vllon lesitl
mire hi testimony owned the way
like a floodgate to the whole d.aU. Il
eal story and throughout the ctitirc
duy Drchard went on from crime re- : kiiir.ap the
cltal to crime recital, each succeixlinj ' n.-H'Ut.a.
one t..vniln;ly juore revolt ing than
those that had conn before.
Orcbard cotifeN-d that as a mem-
ber of the mob that wrecked the
Hunker Hill and Sulilxan mill In the
Cocur d All. ii.-s he lighted on of the
fuyes that earned fire to the t.atit ex
plosion. cr.feM.inic that he set th
death t.'i. In th V lr.,1.. a:.-r ii.lne at
Cripple Creek H at Mi out the lives
Orchard lifted th t.-tal of bt own
ir,ur l--'s xiciiiii fo 1$. dt iallej Ct,.
ciicumstarc undet wbich he tn.-d to
murder rVt itrer HiHiTiht N-NMe.
Juds CwbbiTt. (o rural berntan l--il.
lae Moffat :-.d Haiik Heme. Ia
cliletitally he ccr.fcsvd tj a t "in t v
cl.l'd of one Ms f.irmer ! '
Ttien Utj-T cr--s examl- I ac:
J nation by tbe ,L-,-tti trc-5.td a- j ;
j fessi 1 cu.lt of the ort'.4 wwial rr.ii. j (.;
! -f derlrnff Hi xour.g c!.l'.i aad w ,f. t on
; lu li.tarlo. Il.-cins to I'.rltish Cciuta- I f.fr
tia w:th Ha:tie Snrjisoo. the wifv- of
another Ir an, Mid v.mtus'.;RS b.c .rvy
!y n.airvit;c a tl.ird w. :tin at Cr:i
I 'e Crivk. thrxMU'i th. :.Kk!rie de
tails if murder slots, storlc of s.c:et
bomb uiakinc. and t U of r.iu ha!;!l
had r.ot uccv-dcd li-:'
loii t.'ie house 1 th.
'The n'xt tn; I saw the (foven; r
be Wi :tt.r. la the Si':;s;i h."eh
1 .-.:t u; to ray rwira aud j.t ta
b:..ti k'd hii.-TP d oat to lh S fi;" -a-l-r;
house and lanti-vl the ! ri.'a by
l ra'e. I Itcn startenl tack to t".
h.tt and wt.ea Uat ta ti.sks
awn I tvd S"i -af.euj, (a hi war
! ran ss f,-i tt ,.H.:i !v
Wird thf bet b.t hal r.--i r -a- tt-J
it whm the x; !-.,i.a iwrn j
"I ni to r.-.y i.'Ui u do u;t ik:i!
ac;d ar.d iit ca; ar.d thisst la a
psctace. A I was Je.r. o a j.tt-t
ia ir.y pxl.t nyLJ J aad t. re
-e cf c y cvt o. t. ! was
J rerytjT pa i ;p t. :r bad
Wrt Cas Doctor Ee Sf.
fered Utoid M.sery Perfect
Cu by Cutvur Rmdia.
"My son, who Is bow twenty two
year cf , when four o-n't 14
begiaa to ba ecieasa ott bis fac.
s;-r J!r. j'.Ve ra; idly until be w
tra.-iy cveti. Tbe rcJeot ws s"a!!.
tbicg tertiMe. sad the dx-tor said (
was the worst ce ihey ever aw. At
t.nus b:s wh" t-!y and facw werw
j rcxrreJ. aU but tis fevt. I ew4 ciaoy
s I la.! of jatctil tuevltclt-e. to ts a:b
j A f.-tr-Rd trae-d tee to try Csjttvara.
j At Ut I Jecldc4 to try Cu;cu.-a whrw
jesy b-.y was thrr year acd f.-ur
' 'rth cd.t. baxtpjt h I e-ema ail that
t rrie sal suT.-.-'. uaf-ti cUcry. I
N -a to te ail t::r.tf f the CutVur
llcttiedlcs. l!s Was Utter la two
moatas; la -x tiM'trf be was wc'L
Mr K I. I,:, Ivy. l.eruuiit. N. IJ
ivt. :. u-jj -
VAH.'e Owtl In Harmoey.
"T.'U I Sr U that trw d 'J of
mate." sa:d :, Ivsj.j. "tow ttt I
writ io j;,t a ha! t ii;ati-a what
WoeM j ,.a StJ-tvsl T"
"Sh n. e a siwavhr" r :r.4.-ke4
Tl x! aa a;ti..-:e n ay be g.n d a wril
, J cha;. aal jixe -'!: a -.j.' a.-'.'-' a.
I : I r-a ty the extra. .-.::4ry of
Ivp jr-.ee search, .a. a tii ki cvnr
I ta.stai( 'toe-lhtr-l mjrv tarvh tiaa
i cia be bad vt a ay xiihvr biaaj Ut Hi
Will Eseci-t II in Guatemala.
Mexico City, Juno C According to
a tclcKram rx-etx,-d lu tht citv
Widues.Uy nUl.t li of the 1 to. a
C'.m.leu.ni d to ileah by court martial
proceodir-i U caue of an alleged at
ten pi on the ll!e of I'resid.m Cb
tvr of Cuaulan.a w 1'J le u.vjiij
lZUyen of thcie m a are Cutemalau.
Ono of the Mexicans accused, J.
Mf tidom", w.; i N.uierslcd Tbe other
MexHao luitlUatcd. Naiarl M.iil.i.e.
w unit in id to li )ear lu.l lU-oa I ta' ei
Uveut. j W I'.n t
Are All Jcim Roctra.
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ii!i.ii;:u-ed Vi',!i,i'.-4i. the lr.t. .
i ard the l-v.-.-a. wa ,M a h--!e,
t-t t.cre wa u lai.a't.a t.'at ip
er.e had bi-ard wat .J oecurrvl ta
f.x l.;u. we- d owa st.xtra ! J r
t a x-ed at te I. 4 I utul Mijj.,
won I wa, a r-,:.-d "
T Coy J 0.ixe Cast,
.New l..r, Jare T. - 'I be b
tr s Irx o- .ri eu ite -:t foi 'tv
C. ii.m- ive Com:ulU.a bob's lt.t j cti c;at
pt act ii ally a'l of tbe i;5rs.U la li.a J ' ' '
Ic;te4 State aiv ui'il.d as isirt t "Ihur.Uy
toute xcr wl.l.'a th:'i.,.h ts'ii rv j
whra bo Joint ra;,' has -, . 11 1 t'u:j
The il.e;.ie;i dta' wt;a '
l.t xf l e .'
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the tit-ixc. 1
w bit h
ar LiU In ?;ie at U-.i..ha.
w s taV.c u Into tf.at c;'.y t efo.'
i ll:!f Out cf Cicaha l-i
wcut tuto c;rcx
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is are . au l.xlo-aa.
ictxl hi ib-v Salvia
i cr.t;l :.-tiay 10
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Re. Ancta Mrry Honored.
At Itx praj :a'.. n ,yrrm. t la Varch
the I m.fs -y cf Ca;-e of UoeJ Hop.
Sx'xitS Af-tr. c-onf rre-.t the de'e mt
U. U. t-,va U Aairew Murray.