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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912.
THREE. SUM YAT DISTRUSTS WHITEGAPPERS ARE T The In ihe. ORTS ! FOUND BUILT! u 3T if- i -" w i ii ? " i ii . .. . i;l ! ll'lji i I CD MOTIVES OF or yuAi AT ESTAilA MOUAIL ARRIVES BIG PROGRAM- WILL 1 S VALLEY TOGKING Gamble's Vaiiety Being Intro duced From Southern New Mexico; One of Handsomest Species of Popular Game Bird BE OFFERED TO IT FANS CHINESE PROVISIONAL IJury Out But Thirty PRESIDENT SUSPICIOUS Declares Monarchist Premier Mist Resign and Disavow Al legiance to Manchus Before New Born Republic is Safe, Minutes; Conviction of Men Recalls Reign of Terror at Mountain air in 1909. s'aiiiin i' of llainb1 tin aloe Warden ived yesterday ijiiail, II' III mi V. Ilil h w ill nir this oily about eighty Ibiynu.id tv COOp:l thi' valley Ik Inosi -I tomorrow, or ninety mill )' Mark Levy Announces Some of the Attractions For Friday j v Night, and I here Will Be Others to Come Later, l&r Morning Journal KprrTnl I t i.nl Yt'lra s'haimhai, Jan. 2 ::. Pre? hieiit Sun at Sen MiainlHiiiS liis position as iK.nnst tlx- bailors It. ri'. Ill a loiiy telegram win IT, mi ;m kill today to Wu Tin Pinm. tin- min ister Hi" justice. President Sun savs lt lias serious Kai"s motives, prcsidoni y until doubts i.r Vuan Slii II,' will retain Ilia llic powers ii'i'nRiiiz'' Special llirmth to Ibr- Mnralim Journal 1 Kstanclii, N. M., Jan. JS. After lii'iiiK out but thirty minutes this nf toriuion, the Jury In the rase of Now Mexien vs. Josiah Perkins, C.eurtje Noble, tleot'KO Hunn and John Frif lin, chained with bi'inii members (l a band of whiteea pliers, who in Annus!, lltiitf, irented a reifjn of (error al Moiintainair, Torrance untv, return ed u verdict finding all lour of the his trio !!,, ill the vail nil, -re are I, 'pis in the shipment, trapped jam,- warn, n s m.sirucLioiiri in ,,ie .. v did tin, si' who have f,.,.n id,, birds have j;reatly aoiuiiv.l ill, ln Hily of Ihi.s species, an ennr-'-lv n -vv idle lor this ilisiriel. The hires li.ive gradually worked up into the lower part o the state and eastern Ariz, n.t from 1,1,1 .Mexieo and in.ii'..' :ln,, old',. Illl, led them with the Cal' f, ni::i ,iiail, vvhieli is, however, im'.'." a iliffi id variety when the two are ,1. The lianihle spc-iis his ,. ,,il.ii,i' dark colore, I mask ed with hril'iant white, extending Well doun l: the neei;; a lllilish. sniok. -(,,! red it'll shading into a deep bull' on Hie lower in-east, while there are 1,1'oHII sn ipped !, alhers under the wingr-. 'l iie female is of a soin, V. lint ,iiieer hue. The birds are if any iliinir slightly lart;cr Ihan the Cnli foini.i ,piail. Kastern sportsmen have j, si I, sun t,. find "l't ii hunt then., ,iiiil several magazine artieles haw I publicly 1 1 ,v.,,l,li. repuldie an, until connection with ,he Manehus and ni us his adherence to the litiK t. Only then woul, smn h, retire in favor of Yuan. The president snv.eMs that whei ho ahdieates Vuan Shi Kai should hotify the f, relKii ministers, who can ac, plaint Hie Nankin:; ,, eminent. A fresh cuin'iniiiiiont of troops pro ceeded to Nanking today. These in clude a corps of lraine, honih throw ers whoso uniform is distinguished by characters deiu .tine sp"i ial proi'jej en, v as ,l;. namilai lis. II' t tin li.oa leeentlv devote, in 'iv liso,.very. "A '' allial'ity of the Ii, ,uty Ward, u Mam 'i that they roost ii trees, soinelhiiit; other not do. They ari ,;1 l,e v;"er courses Hither il' tT'e cover. To my mind thi. in one ..f the prettii M variity of thi oaitrid-o known and tin" birds i t" likely to prow extremely popular wi'il j f fl risui, n." The two , oops, each full in I birds," .said yesterday, cot tonwood varieties do Kcneri'lly found ;.nd must bav Manafjer .M:.rk Levy of the New Mexico Athh'tio club, has linally mad known tl0 pn slum which he will oi ler to the sport fans of Alhii:Ueriti next Friday nifiht, and thai It is leal ripe, luscious piypin there will in no one to deny anions those who have toPowed the tren,i of things alhb ti" in this city. Aininis? I ho preliminaries will he a l'ltle nriuiK lit between two yonn'.; huskies, not too liyht and not too heavy, both of win in are well known loin!!y. J-'alarar and um Hillin,:; ale the two disputants referred to, and that thoy will put up a lively contest it is unnecessary lo state. Itillinys is well known throU'.:h the middle-west as one of the liveliest kids lhal ever 1 1 put on the mitts, and claims the liuiit- vcinht champioiisliip if Omaha, which 1 i'y elaini.-i the honor of In -inn honio-sw eet-hoiiie to him. He is bet ter known as the ", imaha Kid," ami those who have seen him in action are .'i;;rii, that he is Kom,. kid. lils opponent, Salazar, Is a unlive son and will uphold the colors of the new stale of New .Mexico. Salazar was for s, v- 1 it-ill, U,, ',r,,,. in in T'l'il- , . .. . " ; ,... TVItT lt (.i:KIIl, MIVIM ATI.S !he disilimtiim of ,..; the champion MUASU IT VI XX Mi. KM, i f the tinny forces In the Islands. l'ikin, Jan. The advice of And "l.efty" of course e erv body i Vim n Shi Kai to await an attack b knows "Lilly." The Idea of Lefty! the reebls. is distasteful to the ynunn- heinR put on as a preliminary ;h houh -. i-r priri thlna new to Alhiunieriiiie sports, till i have seen this bruiiotto boxer put some of the best of them out of til tt.inie; but in this affair Lefty is oni a minor attraction. lie win iry coo-! elusions willi an at blow from 1, fendants Liuilt.v. Tin the charge against ith intent to lor which Is XV w ti:i.i,s Ml Wt.ll l ui I'Ki:si:tti i: Kt 111:1:11 London, Jan. 2:1. I'reinler Vunu Shi Kai has rent teh'L'.ram to Tanp Shan Vi, his representative at ShaiiK hni, a dispatclt lo a news aKetiey here says, ur.uiny him not o he anxioii;; Inasmuch as a Hitlleniein is probable before the expiration of the armistice. tal ,f win 's, whosi j a la III illy l'ekill. It is reported persistently that Tien l.ianvr, the former Tartar Ketieral at 'Nanking, who is responsible largely eon- for the rem lion. advocates killin.-; M 11-,11- ilea'ill Stain; f, r i The 'ntr I I' name hi livel lore at . I" birds, wil ire on Silver uwuii k this eV"iiin. ,.,i:cioll ,,f t lis new spc r(1 v, ill maf 0 a hit with Hi tin . a i i on n i . i a 1 1 1 , . s l.ri'iiato tile , wliirh Air. St. wariion has tioll ,.f his W i pel IS. lie at h iis,a mni, as ,,t into i; in t'l m H l:o fully a p and time deputy Kline lie aduiinisli'a- Vllll'V. the need show- Results From Journal Want Ads CHICIIESTEB S PILLS V . i in: in ,t.Mi lii.M. yvJ'N l.loll,.! A, ll .'iir llrifyjl-l If A f ' t 'vl ' I I.l i- llu.n.,.MlTlnitlV Cl, in Im4 .. -l'l " - V 11 N V"J 'rlU.i lot oilier lliir r,l' ! " 17 - (x f-'iiiiw. A ,:(ii.nn...Tnn i t? 1,1 ''"' i::txl ni.i.. tfj r Sfij c by PiUTiGiSTS tVERi'iVHiRE BIS For 30 Yeara the Standard Remedj for Dueajej of Mucous Meir.tranes EiMrirncf J pharmicists will t!l Ton Big 0 ft a creptrd ttunilarii rrmrdr lor disrasr rf xr.u mrabrsnts dmbarnri from the nus. thiott no BiinarT orifatm. Avoid tubstitutn. Tocipe kSTI! " "?'"' V-K C. nwit everywhere since wi. ui pmvrd nafe anil reliable. Kon pouoncut. M'neptK' and tonic in in properties, containing no mtrie. line iulphate. nlenhol. cocaine, or HTntrcotir, it mar lie uej full strength wdh- f n tear. Wr not cure yourself? Kold l,y drui! fcTi' "'" c,Pre rir-p il. Upon receipt of '' , j pnrtiiulnm enrlnard with each botlc or ilea K-ulrdin iaiacnlcpeon reijueat. 0 ft E,M ttx&kii Cx Cstiaua. Oiii. U.S.. orni.i who has the name of liny Slaved i n his calling cards, and who hive seen 'Lcftv" work not be told that .Mr. Iloyce will all Ids skill to make a credua Id in.; I'.H.iinst the local lad. line of tile most attractive feature of the iar,l. however, will be the de bute between i ne "Soldier" Hunt .nil Conzalcs. These men lime far more than a local reputation. Until are classy esponints of tile art of yueetis berry, who have sioo,l the stress of manv battles and who are versed in all ll;e lore that is m-cess iry to sin- icss in the sipiare,! circle. This v. ill) be i niiuhty battle, and the winner of it will lie in line for more linportiini mi'.'aKoineiits in Hie future. This at traction alone should he sufficient lo saiisfv tht. li.ht fans. There will be oilier acts on th i ai d. but t',i, -e three ale sufl ieieiit to guarantee all lo crs of the manly ar' a bin time in the. old town next Trl d.nv niKlit. V tin n think lie p, Vim n Shi Kai, whose i is so Kreal that Illl it U', to leave evidently foresee ill he l tin i til Hence sh lty of an attack upon him adopting ixlreinc iita-ea utit lis. Aiiollicr thousand Chinisi of the imperial army from I' fit arrived here tonight. j Vuan's force of Ciiinese 4,un. t lieie are 1 :',Iiiiii Main hti impirial nriny who, it are I cine incite,! against It is difficult to belli vc. that even the more hot-heade, prin ces will countenance Vuan Shi Kai' assassinatlon, which assuredly would entail llic extinction of the clans as (be majority of the northern troops loyal only to Vuan Shi Kai. hi Vuen authorized the following nu-nt rcKardiiiK his position: are day stat RQSWELL HAVE RACE RESULTS. VI Al I V si sTMMVli ta lo, br.a,i I'lahto 'P th, m-r,. , 'h.. .. For , -'". ,, nth and supplies old auo is Rood ill t.io noinishins tie, i -sary for botii building aodv :,n,i aiipportinir It. The o-ir Pr, ;i. iiiu and imr eat r i' v . I Ik' for wi ami ih. in. is br.-.ol per?.-, ii,,n. You II hi n M.u have tried it. At .tunic. Tm, Ton 2S. lIlhir'UMl I in to 1, proved a bi(r surprise whin In won the handicap the sewn I'urlonK event at Juarez iooa. The stewards today warm K. in nny pot to accept furlln pending rn invcstlnatioa of on I'lidi" of Lisna ie in bis starts. Jockey parlor "as for the remainder of the tin cai.sim; 1 raxtoii to fall, clear; track fast. Kcsulis: First race, one mile: lion to 1, won: (in.ita'sa, to 1 Mamac, in to 1. third. , six lull nt d Jocko -r mounts his rid, last tWO s,t down elinK for AVealher ' ond Pii sii. T mil :4H. rent Fri..r. s b Second TiiiM 1:13 l-r. Third race, -I, won: t'hilla. 4 lo 1. third. Fourth put, won ; lb-lie W. il see I inn 1 ini!.: li I", id. :. I, Ihil TO LEAGUE BALL THIS YEAR Movement Launched to Organ ize Pecos Valley Circuit Com prising Six Clubs;Promoters On Ground. them was assault v,,..i, .,.N in unci-, the peuan. from two to five yours in tne siaie penitentiary. The oiitr.iKCH of this paint of while cappers was without parallel in the annals of Tnrriinee county, l-'er sever al weeks in the summer of lini'.i, cer tain residents of .Moiiniainair were thrcateni d. The community was ter rorized. The threats of the raiiim were diiected iiarticularly au.iinal Mrs. C :, Knappe, one of the oiininal own ers of the .Mountainair Mwnsite. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Kubotia. homeslead ers. Notices were posted on the houses in cupied by Mrs. Knappe and the Kiibenas,- nrih rln--: them to leave the country within t went -lour hours. They refused to bo intimidated and the follow iiiK nisihl, August IN, J!Ki!i. the whiteeappers x Isit eil Ibo Knappe home and riddled It Willi bullets. Mnt for the fact that the w an was In bed at, the time and when the thoot inx beuan took refuse behind a trunk linj. flat on the floor, she would probably have been killed. After the assault the 'nn rode away. The motive for the attack on Mrs. Knappe Is alloyed to have been llle be lief that she was selling li'inor illegal ly. Mountainair is h prohibition com munity, tlie regulations of the town forhiddinu: saloons or anv traffic whatsoever ill liipior. The Knappe homestead adjoins the lownsite. The New Mexico Mounted Police, under Captain Kred Kornoff, were de tailed on the case and after persistent lnVHtftitrntinn, they secured evidence he ! w-arraiitiiii." the arrest of Perkins. o- ii I -1 not ,i,'. Dunn and ilriffin, all of thcin capita!, residents of the .Mountainair coin- lossi'oil- in unity and men id considerable and is means. Their indictment followed. Two others also were indicted, but they fled the country and thus far have evaded arrest. They are believed to have pone to Canada. The case was hitterlv fought and many witnesses wore examined. The slate had witnesses summoned Iroin Oklahoma to tistify. The prosecution was conducted by Ulstrlct Attorney II. It. Hamilton, while K. P. Imvios. iu prominent ciitnin.ii lawyer m sun- ta I'Y, and Frank K. Jennlniis. an 'attorney of lllard. defended the ao letised men. It is expected a motion j for h new- trial will bo made by the defense and this lailinu, an appeal to the supremo court is likely. The case of state against (ieotKe 11. Prown was tried by jury. In fondant was indh ncil for cattle slealinn. It wu.i shown by the prosecution that he wciil to H merchant, a Mrs. Hebeeea (iar.'it, and iidvised her that he hud received n letter from u brother in Lincoln county, who advised him that he saw three cows with Mrs. liarcla's brand on iu that county, and that they hud been there for some time. Mrs. (iarela told the defendant Mint she had lost some live head of cattle lour ,,r flvt years urd. Ho then m' fereil to buy these three cattle, and she executed h bill of wile for three cuttle In her brand to the defendant, limiting the ihv.oi iptlon of the cattb to cuttle raiiKiim' 111 Lincoln ciiuiity. The dcfi lnhuit paid her fifty dollais and star',-, out to find the cuttle. It was shown that the three cattle which be is icciiscil of stealing were seen 111 the lieu'liborhood of the llel'i In Dl TO) LLiI " 3 v3 UL ft m H -fjf'-11 In. aea ? r VjV' iit i-a-i-4t-u. xitjiul hi BROWN 6LAS Sclilitz brewed the ilarlv is in Mm if is u HiilljfiMDI saps Sclilitz is singed to yovi in Brown Bottles. Beer exxsetl to lilit cannot remain lure. Beer is impurity ruins its saceliarine. rFlte liealdifvilner sli'litel taint of ss. troops io LI lo; nial.inu Against trops of the s suspected. Yuan, howev i-r, In Germany lie exclusively. German eiiect of liglit on Leer. Brown Bottle is used almost brewers luiow ilie damain tits: IXi t oli.l: x furl Hi lo 1. Tim, 1 1 :l 1 seven fnrlonvs in t, i. ml: 1 . won: rasee. l,i,n lie. iu 4 to 1. ve Til, ii 1 I'iftll ta, e. fl i Ioiiks: Moralitiht. it to J. sc. i -in I : b third. Tine 1 mi Sixih raci. one mib s to won: I. ho k Mat ot.il. L. M. L'k.rt. Tim, 1 '! - 4-.".. to mil i 1. ipn tti .eol. I'oiir ,li nav. Ihiid. in If fur Vnker. i to in Plying Feet. 1 .". lo I. see to 1. third. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street Mogollon Stagcland Auto Line "Mi Y FX (:rT StXDAT. TXt S:1- ritr. 7 . t'r,v Jl-dlon. 4 p. rru vt Silver Cltr. 4 n H UI rer on rrqunt, "Jar c. W. Man s';r City. K M, , Prt BERT GRAHAM WILL WEAR DES MOINES UNIFORM THIS YEAR Part ilr.ibam of A lbuin r-pie. is to play with the His Moilas illib Hi the Uest.tn lei.-ne Ibis m ,r. lil.iham. .bo whs one of the III, ..-I consistent first has, men and lna'.y liln rs in ti c South, i ll I. -nunc las! season, i l.oln uith the Molityomi r . Ala. d"1'. ' is dr.illid by Frank " isk. of Ho- Ct'icami V.h to Six at the lo-e nf I the season. 'omisk'-v . ', ton man pla i rs on hi: Ciobain i , " r to Kiank with Thomas Kairw I'l.usht the les M th. v i Ii, ve w dl be Siwinl CnrrrMMniricnce to Morning 4urnHl I Uoswill, N- M., Jan. Z?.. P.aseball fans of this i lly anil tin P-cos valb-; j in ucm ral. will be interestei' in ii I lllovi mi lit that has I II laiiliebed here lookinK to the urbanization "f Pecos valley baseball IcaKlle, with clubs In Ihb tily, Cmvis. Hereford. Artesi.-i, Carlab.id and P s City. The liioim-nt is hi'iliK pushe by Jack Mi Adams, the ,t. Louis Iwirler, who is now in the city, J. L. ProwniiiK, n well known baseball City. an, a ni inbi r i 1 1 oi ls ai f hl-Hlg in, i itny ol tin era! Sit'C cnic.'i or cork is r,ij,M lt&-Mz." riioiu' is C"i nisi iliil.;ti'i I.i(tinr Co. ' t. i st St. and ("opH'r u' AHunjtii-niuo (IP) The Beer ThatFade Milwaukee Famous ,1. Ind ian, lor, ' 'Oil proteclll work. til is disallowed : lor, ices .1. P. , null 12.011. ordered that (he assiminieiit i ii i no i no. ,i to th,. Lank of , e he I lit, l ed I f record. Iit'on of ,l,,e l-'arr and oihers ippolli'lil, ni of A. C. Ilemilll o rs, ,r iu ro.nl I st. No. ', .1 to Justify cattle, which haviiii;, I,, , the thre he had t 111 'ii . win. havf in, s i lull. v. hi i h tin- pi nn.mt wlr- tiiHnu staff. Isb.-ll. al!,i r. n-r In the V stern hasuo this rear. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS Pnclnorrv FoancIeTii. Mrlilntet Cart Inr. Iiiniplne TUnls. T-palr W'irk. SuJ fur oliniHif. Albuauvrooe. !. M. man of Kansas of others, and made to secure i; fans this week. Si-v- li 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 tit nu n ot this cily :..e I ! interested ill the propositi i i Kanialion of a league ami tin re Is tiiiich spei-lliatiou as to the oulcoine of the movement. M'','i;,iiix, who ai led hcre'sew ra' diys ,', it will be ruiiembi-ri d. has n turned his contra, t iiiisiKiuil t ItoKi-r P.resiia han, declaring that h I would not riturii to the St. Louis I Netii nals for the salary he was of -j f. nil. I lie Is interested in irottlne Koswell j I ie !i into the 1 .is.-l.all world and has 'agreed o sta- here ami niatiHKi a club for this city If a league can be ortf.iniud an, hi service are desired in that capacity. He is a twirler of itiaeh ability ami with hint as leaiter many fans are of the opinion that Koswi il lould git ti'frethcr a ttrunt i oiobira tioii n,' player. .Mr. I'rownina, h 'anio herf !oror lino- as. friuii Kansas Clt-. nan in t. ii . ted in bareball In the Missouri , it v tor a number of years, ami a one c.f the most (-onspii ious fiKurf- n the 'ttv ban ue tin re the last few ar. He -xp.s ta to l here for some tinor and has ol fired to assist I I LUilty ant's ranch In Tort .nice county; it was pioen that within two after he 1'ocotvctl Hie bill of sal had bran, led the List three Ilea the 'bircia cattle In cauie across, that these were not null catlh Were described in the bill of sale. defense emlea oed IlilSHt'Slinll of the ililelidatit udmitted inn that tin s ... ui r the defendant inli:-, il the pros,-, iitmn witness wire lost in Lincoln couiiiy He .'111111111011, hnwovir, that he po ked Hie little up i Toi ranee county. It uf.-n appeared that at the time the bill of Kiilc was exe, uleil ho was told by Mrs. tLircia thai she had iinmv other cattle iu the same brand run tiihg ut Jarxc in Hie m iKhborlmod of her ranch and th Ii tidaiit's rain. Ii. ami others of her cattle out on shares. 'I lie llelelidailt could make mi Ha lis factory exidallatloll of how bo 1,1, k.., I i, these partii uhir three head, as he J had never seen the cattle which lie j said his brother a.bised him alsmt. ami the conclusion was that the i,. feijiliirit hail taken .nlvantaxc of Mrs. b,rcia by KoltiiiK tin'-,' i f her ( own at iniu h lesH than tlo ir worth by a false .vain, ami that it was a viirininit id.iti to ov ercome tin- ilto l ol his hav ina the rattle mentioned in his pre.sif xi.ni The Jury w iM ,.IK in l.ririuiiiK In a verdict of jtnilu as harited In th indiclmi m. The c-as. of vtai. vs. Aniiido Za nioia, hiirxeil with I olKlarv. was ills- ,os,il f ,y KUilty. He was boum- of a j, Kstiiinla by the turn to lus h' nary, and a defense Ho liie thr aJ a ItierWed fans ill Setting b-ague Uigether. ii. -fondant pleading found riflinir the i wuii milea frtmi ai hi r in hi rr n the Hth r.f J. the ase was too clear for Mr. I ;. vi. s w.a a i,i,.,inl.d by the court lo i. f. nd. and ri-ci.m-tni nd.d ,, .., f uojiij. in tlie ase of state vs. Martin Val jos, thf rli fendant withdrew lo. i.. guilty, arid etitere.1 n .ea f.i The dcf.. nil.n.t was cbariii-d "ilh ,alile vteallii;;. II- was ie- l!MI. I .1. i '. mali,l,-, to await selilele.-. In,- lolloHim; aeconnls ale allov- .1. i:. I'oane, , In the ens,, of state vs. iicoi'ko Pus- e, and ordered piid, vi;:.r $,ai ,o,. sell, , half,., I with violating the u.iuib. Ifoolle Silazal. Lull Ii I v . $ III. Illl. 'I he following a lllln Imvs, tha stale lull.-, I ,, i,illk, ;,,, M,re. Co.. l,ouiit. ll::. .1. I,. La out a ease, an. I the d-l end a n t was by J. S. -.,.u,n, coal and wood, 171. Il is direction of the court exolo-l a led bv I II. . M.U . ,n ,S; Co., o nice supple ol .1. I, Hie .lllHS vel'llict Of Hot eaiill. j$7..Ml. Co mill, I The deiiiiilanl was rhiirnul with! ,1. 1,'oiuii,., sheriff. pi . Inn ina i i, -. Tli.-p havniH i limited In a name if dl a w j et s l u ', ,. i,,r ii,,. poker, bill the state was till ible to' A e I , , 1 1 i , , Chav.z, constable lees, as ,,-, ;,.i.o.- ,, m ,i o.,,,MK kiiiii,. iinin-i , j x. , ... lis .i.n.i, I tor il,. i.a.son lh.it ther. the Matiite. The t"al l motiy in He- ,, Harel.i, col, slab!,, j. .-i, . i. no s:,h ili.-llcl. consid.-tai'lo ex- i'.-,. ; ,.. ,.,..,,. ,h,t n, e hoard ad- pell t. .-tiuioiiv on th, pail of llic :. M. i;.,r, ia, constable I.eS, ?1 I". j. ollll. Witness.'!', and dovclop, ,1 I olisi.l.-l.ll.le lli,opio :.,r. hi. .on-table lees. 51- Approvid. know h de if Ho- s. u-ie r,-iiin jn. mii:i:ii i ; i: i Nsri:i.i i. imthinir on Hie part of. Kmilomo Siis. constable i, .s. ,; I :. .mi,., ' ,'.,:, b IIO, use . 'II,,. ,1,1,1, ,,M r.pie- 1,,... I.'. I. ,,, I . i ',,iii I lee- I V C V I 1. I. 1 I 'I. . I. and h.., ,i Mi. Italph (; a 1, v and Ih. $ i ,, l''f state hv Mr. Hamilton. I 1 M.s-rs Hiirkhurt 1 Lir.-e., r.,, t,'"'' ""' s-""1"-- ' 1 "'wMMIBMBMMOHBMBBa Pl IIMIII: 1 1.1. Slllltlc (HI 4illlHll. t. , i . H Jl tr I, tin III. nr L; ii fcki Mirt Aihtm. H ""' New 'ilU. Jan. J.nU llii-l ! I ! It H. et ' sie nine of this il.y a, Mil,,- , .. '""" 'oHii.l, J. P. ft f .'.'.. - ' ,'1 claim- I ()- ,..,,,1, f., ,, ...ui ii.Ih In-. . 1 '' -' I """" .'Utile , , . LI as S'.,lld..Val. J. P. court lees. . ""i. i'o,-,,,,nMif,oio,noo,, u.niB.ii,,. n . v . rm. ..wwyyu. wm. p l hiiii,L, won on poinis.j ibHWaMHHMHH lp to th.- 'evintl, ,,i,n,l Hi i,s' l!""i'hb. M'.nti.va, J. P. loiut f.-.-s. ( itl4tt tM.,r i. h otnllf fcta. llliabl. to do anvlh my bill showed In1 - far ..It. I ...hanta,',. , ,b, las, .,; A" 1 ' 1 :" IMPADDAD A ii ? INCORPORATE .Mai, o. 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J .1 L. -;t.l. o, k ..n r....d C' I A li n.r trnin bi'i. it. ,v. i..rl,. -.1 I .. i .1,. i . .i.i.i -r i i:t a ' , I ..v . i i J I v I I or In t ...iitrait. is mi,!. j T. .1. Lt ''. i1",' pi.t..i,.n v..,, ':u The board r. . . ,-,,i. I . it a tmn i ?!' '. ' ;.li-.illi winy th. . I.., no. "I Hi. Lib . A. M.' -r. A Hi " ' ' M.r. a mile '.... and Lo.i'i. s,,,z,,- a.:orv. . r. J '"" the ca.s.uii Ik IJ on iKiiiiiiar W. lev. -'I. T. ui ks, $js.,i. . bo. Post lake". All Tefiitori.il Laws on ALL lumps , f Coi poiatiotis: P inklns. Itullding and I. ...i.i. H. n.'vcdi nl. 1 n .! list "dal, I r-rn-ati-.n, Insiiran. e. M. r. antlb', Min im;. Mailr.i-iil.', T.ixa'ioti, nc, with e t. I, . iv i . i' ., f ions. 'he old. . oniplet 'oi j oration, ! : i . at ,- -n .,b. to, bits ','leble lorin. unii rules for Irivvm and tiln ail kind of cor . poiatio'i pipits: r icrenoe. root i:,. t,s. i v-i.nvs. . tc. Territorial lrr (t allo'l r ii ; - and forms. ( l i.it. I states laws which apr'T to i w ... arev Art, Irrigation. Mnrtip, La .ir- ada. Tsxn; Tlulra and Rlghta. s f -r ae- urine . h' id W ai. etc. -.nl r-'th or without Ptalr-hooii ii-.. v.. lime. ;i fias, I'uikram .bo-'. I.il". I . KaiH a Kanta Vn, X. V.