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ders until you have seen my
samples and prices
Sale ol Miileps
All kinds of privileges nsoallv bought at a
t air and Exposition Ino tiding 100 booths an d
pavilions for tho aso of parties buying privi
leges will bo SOLD AT AUCTION on tho
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WANTED IN REEVES COUNTY
The State Ilangrra Arrest Wllllnm Ware
In Uvalde County
Special to the Ometto
Uvaldk Tjx Oct 9 A detachment
of Texas Rangers belonging to the fron
tier battalion arrested William Ware
yesterday morning at the north of the
Uvalde canyon m this connty Waro Is
wanted In Reeves connty for tho mnrder
of Yearger abont one year and a half ago
This Yearger Is believed to be ono ot tho
same gang of llelotes robbers who as
sisted In the murder of Marshal Goelln
some time ago Ware claims that the
killing was In selfdefense Sheriff Day
lor will take the prisoner to Toyah to
night
A Ucfaultlnr Treasurer
ilijfjjiarous Haw Oct a It la
stated the
on authority of Alderman Sly
Ropulrillg president of the Sly Paint works that
William Et Hamilton secretary and treas
urer o that company Is a defaulter to
trie amount ot 84000 to 5000 Hamilton
disappeared three weeks ego Ho ta sup
posed to be iu Canada IIo hu a wife mji
a dcWWlif lti Is
FOIIT WORTH TEXAS SUNDAY OCTOBER 10 188G
OF
RIGHMOeGONGLAVB
The Knights of Labor at Last Got
Down to Work on the Important
Matters Before Them
Povrderly Tolfgrnplis tho roslnmstcr
General Protesting Agntnst Isau
mice of n Oorornuiciit Contract
Tim Keport that nn Aplrnprlntlau nni
91 nde or Those Lrlt Idlo by the
Oouia Strike Deolrd
THK 110MR CLU11 SAT18VIRI
Richmond Va Oct 0 It Is under
stood front uuolllclnt sources that the re
port on tho Homo club case la satisfac
tory to tho members of tho club ftnd Its
friends Mr 1owderly was naked tottay
It It was true as reported that the assem
bly yesterday appropriated 12000 for
ttioso left ldlo by the strikes on tho South
western railways lie said It was not
No appropriation had been made forthom
nor was any needed Tho fund of 100
000 raised for their relief has boon dis
tributed Thcro was no sutforiug mow
IIo said a report had also been circulated
that District 101 had been Injured by tho
strikes but tho district has five delegatus
In tho convention showing a membership
of SCOO As a matter of fact It has 2000
more members now than bbforo tho
strike8TIM
8TIM DOING 1llKLlMlNAltV WOltK
Richmond Va Oct 0 This is tho
sixth day that the general assembly
Knights of Labor has been In session
Each dolcgato as he passed through tho
doors on entering the convention hall
this mornlug was presented with n bundle
of printed pamphlets and circulars Ono
of theso was the supplementary report
written oy Ralph Beaumont chairman of
tho committee on legislation In which Is
proposed a congress of uorklngmen at
Washington to sit whlto tho United States
congress Is In session Another was tha
proposition ot A M Dewey of Detroit
Mich to establish a weekly journal to bo
tho organ of the order Thu purpose ot
this was that each mombcr should be fully
acquainted with tho subjects when
brought up for dlscusslou Of tho com
mittees to bo appointed only a portion
wero named yesterday and when tho con
vention met tbo work of completing the
list was at onco resumed Even to day
tho work being done Is mainly prelimi
nary Doubts uro expressed as to tho
possibility of tho convention completing
Its work within tho two weeks
IOWDKltLYS ACCOUNT
Richmond Va Oct 9 At tho close
of the morning session tho following ad
ditional account of proceedings was ob
tained from Mr 1owderly Reports from
several committees were received among
the samo wero tho ropoitsof the commtt
tco appointed at laHt convention at Ham
ilton Ontario on womans labor and the
report of tho committee appointed at
Cleveland on revision of tho constitution
of tho order and tho reportof the commit
tee accompanying tho congressional com
mittee on tho tour to Investigate tho
Southwestern railroad strike
yowdcilvwui authorlisd toend tho
following telegram to Michael Cuduby
president of the 1ackori association
Chicago 111 Will you postpone con
templated action on tho impending
troubles between tho packers and
stockyards employes until tho assem
bly can appoint a commltteo to call on
you with a view of settling tho difficulty
Answer
Tho following telegram was sent to II
II SUlIraan Cohocs N V Will yon
open thu factories at Amsterdam and
allow all employes now out to return to
work as they camo oat and meet our ex
ecutive board for a sottlemont of this
troublo and to prcvont future troubles
On motion It was resolved to send
Thomas Harry ot tho cxccntlvo board
to accompany Master Workman M J
Duller of District 67 to Chicago for tho
purposo of endeavoring to settle tho
troublo between tha packers and tbo em
ployes They will lottvo hero on the first
train which starts at 7 this evening
AKTKIINOON HKSS10N
Richmond Va Oct 0 At tho after
noon session It was ordeied that a tele
gram bo sent to tho postoinco department
at Washington protesting against tho let
ting of contracts for erecting public
buildings at Raltlmoreto persons employ
ing convict labor This was done Mr
1owderly said because It was understood
that a firm employing such labor intended
to bid
The roll was called for presentation of
resolutions etc and QCy or sixty wero
offered to tho commltteoon distribution
which will distribute them to tho appro
priate committees Tho samo action was
taken in regard to all rerorts of commit
tees submitted and reptrts of tho secre
tary and treasurer and all thopo reports
presented In printed form The roll of
districts was then called and occupied
the remaining time ofbe session
JAKIINE WILL PEACH
It Is Bald that n fnrdou will Itcward
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Nicw YoitK Oct 9 Tbo Commercial
Advertiser this evening says tho latest
nows in regard to tho indicted aldermen
and It comes with a considerable degree
of authority is U tbo effect that convict
Henry W Jaelno will mako a clean
breast of tho dealings of Jake Sharp
and othors and thus secure
for himself s commutation of his long
sentence am perhaps on absolute par
don It Is Kiown that District Attorney
Martlne hada long and earnest conversa
tion with Off Hill on Thursday night
and thoso vno aro in a position to know
assert that tho conference was lu refer
ence to a jardon for Jaehne
yos xippun
The Vajjit Atonoment as Irnctlsed > r tlie
jllebrews nnd Its Effect
Special tthe Isictle
Jbpfjkson Tkx Oct 9 Last evening
at 5 ofock all tho stores bolonging to
ourH > rcw denizens wero closed and
romatjed so for twentyfour hours in
honoiof their KIppur day 1 o day of
aton ucnt On tho same evening at
fij30Vclock services wero begnn at tho
Ten > lo Slnal opening with Kof NIdro
14 every solemn promise which was
Tcr impressive and the music by the
chcr excellent
1 la < anit c0mprekeB0lble that the
rsfdity with which Israelite live to
fur wjiJi the jMt Htfs > io temtticf
tiMstf alwyjd b p po di 9 pro
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cess which brings man before that thor
oughly Impartial tribunal himself A
tribunal whero no evasion Is possible
where no artifices will avail and wheroiio
offender can but mako his bow and plead
cullty Happily for Israelites thoro Is a
day which Inevitably brings Mltblt that
poriod of brief introspection which
wonld otherwise bo lacking In tho hurry
nnd scurry of modern llfo And it is this
fact tho fact that lor lourandtwenty
hours that between sunset of ono day and
tho sunsot of another tho Hebrew Is
brouoht faco to faco with an Ideal llfo
that Intensifies tho sanctity of tho day of
ntonomont Whothor orthodox or re
form conservative or freo thinking tho
sons of Israel rango thtmsclvea for ouco
In tho year undortho banner of tholr com
mon faith
FEARS FOR THE ANUIiOIUA
Willi Humors Hint H r Hollers were In
ltnfl Condition
Nkw YoitK Oct 0 A morning papor
which Is not noted for its reliability pub
lished tho following i
London Oct 9 Your dispatch di
recting mo to telegraph to a rellablo
agent at Glasgow In rtforenco to tho con
dition of tha missing steamer Anchorlas
bollors beforo she started on hor present
vojago and to Investigate tho report that
her onglnoors and lrfcmcn had left hor
Just beforo her tlmo of sailing on ac
count of the bad condition ot her bollors
was recolvud this evening I at onco
tolegraphcd as directed ami received tho
following
Glasgow Oct 8 MniNioiiTTho
Now York rumor In rcfereuco to tho do
sertlon of tho Anchorlas engineers and
llromon is stated by tho Anchor lino offi
cials to bo incorrect It probably arises
tboy say from tho fact of n few Stokers
firemen leaving hor jnst beforo sailing
necessitating tho hurried hiring of substi
tutes Tholr reasons for leaving woro not
stated and I may say that tho admis
sion of oven so much foundation for
tho story has startled all who havo
learned of it It Is learned however by a
searching Inquiry that thu hUamora
bollors wero not In good condition dur
ing tho last voyago to this port Her
owners still express oonlUlenco lu tho
vessels safely I may add to this that
up to thl tlmo no nows 1ms been henrd
other Publicintoiost in hor safety Is
Intcnso nil through Knirlandntid Scotland
MANY INqUlMlCti DAILY
Nitw YoitK Oct 9 Thu steamer An
chorlf has not yet been heard from and
tha number of callers nt tho office of tho
company Is dally lncrcuslng Tho of
ficials still hold to their original theory
that tho vessel hni broken hor shaft and
that tho canvass which she curried Is uot
sufficient for bur to keep her
course Shu was in good condition
when sho left Scotland thoy say
or sho could not havo been allowed to
sail as by tho English low government
survey has to bo mado of evory ship bo
foro sho leaves thu dock on every occa
sion
Tho New York Mall and Kxprcss saysi
Another droory dny has passed for thoso
who havo rolatlves and friends on tho
overdue steamer Anchorla That vessel
has failed to put in an appear
anco and no nows of hor arrival
at another port or of her having
been sighted at sea has been received
Even thu ruoro conservative Httiatnsbtp
mon of tbo Mar HI mo exchange who al
ways bopa for thu best aro now forced to
bclicvo that tho ship has boon lost or
that another ocean horror has to bo added
to tho list Tho agents ot tho vessel
Messrs Henderson Hros still continue
to affirm that thoy aro not in the least
alarmed In reality howovor they aro
greatly worried as Is cldent from tho
many private conferences held dally
WHAT ICXIItniKNCKD CAlTAINS DAY
GLAaaow Oct 9 Tho anxiety con
corning tho overdue steamer Anchorla
is Increasing In Scotland owing to tho
fact that sevoral wellknown Glaigow
gentlemen aro among tho passongors
Experienced Atlantic captains bollovo
tho steamers delay Is caused by some
disarrangement of her gear that sho Is
proceeding slowly under sail and It Is
understood that a premium of 10 guineas
for lnsuranco on tho steamer has boon
taken
cieiiukm
Hebrew VelelirntlunA Sellout Slioiillnc
Hpeolal to tho Uazotle
Hcrnpe Dlarilatfa Licenses
CfKuoitNB Tkx Oct 0 All tho busi
ness houses of tho Hebrews of this city
woro closed today on account of its be
ing Yom KIppur or Atonement day
A shooting scrape took place yesterday
near thu rcsldonco of J W Smith about
soveti miles east ot Cleburne too par
ticipants being J Wesley Smith and his
soninlaw J A Hughes Mr Smith Is
said to havo flrod on his soninlaw J A
Hughes three times inflicting a flesh
wound in tho arm Tho causa of thu
shooting is said to bo mistreatment by
HughcN of his wife who Is tha daughter
of Mr Smith and also insulting remarks
made by Hughes of his motherlndaw Mr
Smith camo to town undgavo himself up
and made bond
Tho question ot sending a petition to
Senator Coke to niako an address at this
place Is being spoken of
Tho following marrlago licenses have
been Usued since October 11 J R Klam
to Miss Zadle Wllklns Cbas J Campbell
to Miss Bertha L Conn
UENISOJf
UneK at Work A Herlous Injury No Ou
I Hurt In tho WrecU
Special to tho iatette
Bjuiisok Tkx Oct 0 Mr W P Ed
wards of the Pacific Express returned
from the North and East last nlghtwhere
be has been recreating among relatives
nnd friends IIo will resumo ids run be
tween Denlson and Galveston tomorrow
Mr W M DIx who was hurt by a
falling rock at tbo Galena mines having
his left leg badly crushed July 17 last
passed tbrongh here today on a stretcher
bound for Granger accompanied by bis
brother J M llx Mr DIx Is in a very
serious condition
A very heavy rain has been falling aisco
yesterday a regular gullywasher
We are pleased to stato that no ono
was hurt in tho wreck on tbeMlneola
division at Norton yesterday
i
Two Itooillers Skip
New York Oct O It fa rumored that
exAldermon Kirk and Saylea two of tho
indicted boodle aldermen have left the
city for parts unknown It la tsatd that
after tfasir trlalu were UxOd they wont to
Kirks Long Island residence and there
too yacht which etMbted them to
Kmi < sailing vessel for some foreign
port District Attorney Martlne xtteteA
to Jwllevrtatt report
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The Wisconsin State Organizer of the
Knights of Labor Denounces the
Proposed Execution
Parsons Wind Up tho Communistic
SpcecliMaklng itlih a Five
Hours Harangue
Jmlce Oary Olves Some Bound Adifce to
tlie BIIRiililil Followers and
thni lnsri Sentence
BKNT1MKNT8 OF A 1IIOMINKNT KNIOI1T 01
LAIIOlt
Milwaukbk Wia Oct 0 At n largely
attended meeting lust night Robort
Schilling state orgahlier of tho Knights
of Labor denounced tho proposed exe
cution of tho Chicago anarchists as an
outrage as InfAmous as tho hanging of
John ltrown Ho said ho did not bclicvo in
anarchism but sympithlred with tho
socialists Tho sentiment was received
with uproarourt npplouso from thoso
present among whom woro many Knights
ol Labor
VltKRIlOM Ol 8LANDIJU
Chicago III Oct O Tho Arbcitor
Zeltung of yesterday after saying It was
to bo expected that Judgo Gary would re
fuse tho motion for n now trial says t
Tho first act of tho play ended August
20 whon a jury consisting of capitalistic
hirelings declared tho detondants guilty
Tho second act camo to an end yesterday
whon tho puppot In tho Jndgos chair re
fused tho Just demands ot thndctenso and
eot tho day of execution How many acts
are to comer How aro thoy toendr Wo
cannot say Shall wo waste words
on tho partisan conduct of the trial
Which violated evory Idea of right and
Justlci Shall wo speak of tho witnesses
who woro terrorlicod nbusod by tho po
lice and purchased I Shall wo say that
tho stale had not nt least proof that our
associates had anything to do with tho
bombthrowlng What would bo tho use
ot It Tho moncysaek outranked labor
In court That tolls tho whole story
No yu will not wastu words on thamou
Ntruslty of this most shocking of all
trials but wbat wo will do
Is to turn to you tho working
struggling hungering protcctorato Wo
call on you to bp united and
courageous in this bitter struggle aud to
unto and condemn tho existing justice
and tyranny Tako heart you men and
women of tho people I Lay asltlo all lit
tle things all which can hurt nnd nru un
worthy of our great cause Shako oft tho
old alarm of petty squabbles and ot de
lay Ho mon bu hcrolhesl Think of
our convicted associates think of IhOio
groat and noble men tvhOBU blood has
lowed for tho freedom and wolfaro of
mankind and this wlllglvoyon courage
NO WONDKIl VIKUHCX WAH IllTTKU
Ciucaoo III Oct O A dauglitorwas
born in Wost Polk streot yesterday at tho
samo hour that its father Samuel
Ploldcn in Judgo Garys court began
giving jwasonH why sentence ol death
should not bo passed upon him but few
who llstcnod to Ploldana plea guessed
tho causo of added bitterness In his bitter
speech Knowledge of tho sceua being
enacted at his little homo mado his bur
donlhardtr to beer Tho motnor has
heartbroken at tho thought of tho liii
probability of hor nowborn over soolng
Its fathor
lAUSONS HTAItTIINU BTATKMKNT
Ciiicauo III Oct 0 As tha conclud
ing scones of tho great trial of thoanai
chlsts approach a close more Interest is
taken and tho suppressed excitement be
comes more marked Hundreds
of people wcudud their way
townrd tho criminal court building
each ono acslrous of listening to tho con
cluding speech of Anarchist Parsons and
w 1th the expectation of hearing tho doalh
sentence pronounced Parsons resumed
bis speech as soon as court opened
and created something of a sensation
by declaring in a very dramatic and Im
pressive manner that thoy had posltlvo
proof that tho bomb which created such
dcstrnctlon at tha Haymarket
was thrown by nu agent of n
Now York capitalist and monopolist
who cant a man ont here to tako this
means of breaking up tho eight hour
movement As proof of his assertion
that thcro was a great conspiracy
on tho part ot capital against labor
Parsons quoted tho expressions of thrco
senators on tho floorof tho United States
senate in which all agreed on tho folio wing
theory t Thoro Is a conspiracy to increase
tho valuo of the dollar and
decrease tho value ot labor
tbo world over Parsons claimed again
that ho and his collcugucs were the vic
tims of this conspiracy Ho askedi Wbat
aro tho real facta of tho Haymarkot trag
cdy your honor Mayor Hor
rlson has caused to be pub
lished his opinion as to tho matter
of conjecture in tho Now York World In
which he says i I do not bollovo thoro
was any Intent on the part of Spies and
thoso mon to have bombs thrown at tho
HaymarkCt If they had why was thcro
but ono thrown It was ui easy to
havo had a dozen or fifty to havo tbem
thrown in all parts ot tho city as to
throw ono and again It it was Intended
to throw tho bombs that nlgottho loadoia
would not havo boon thoro nt all but in
my opinion like commanders In
chief would have been in a safe place
No It cant bo shown that thoro was any
intention on tho part of thoso Indlvidadla
to havo that act perpetrated at that par
ticular mooting
Now your honor this la the mayor of
Chtcaco He is a sensible man lie Is In
a rosltlon to know what bo is talking
about He ought to be able to form
an intelligent opinion and ono that Is
worthy of respect He knowa more
about this than the jury I suspect that
the mayor knowa more abont tho methods
by which this evidence aud this testi
mony has been manufactured Your honor
there is too much at stako to tatwe
anything for granted Mayor Harrison
thinks so and your honor too should
not destroy seven Uvea as a source of
light amusement
Parsons maintained that American
troops wero justified in bearing aimathat
the constitution gave thtmi that right tint
that tho question was not raised So fir
as Parsona was concerned it was not
sought to prove that he woa
violating the law while a member
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decision which meant
troops could bo armed
this construed as 1IM S JS
ont jndgo said H wasaowSSL
< W > M iv
stltutlolaal laws
About this
tlmoP nos XEW
allowed a recess promlsuti
this ovenlng Tho wan JL
Tho court said theroscSft
reason for
menu to latou todlnffiV1
economy a readings iw X
p a had Physical Intended to havo oZow
Rood as It had been >
this may como to tuMthttwlfedgO of
nnd bo hooded by gnOr t deluded and
msgulded mon who have listened to
o r counsels and followed your advice
It Is not tho leaat among tha
hardships of peaceable irngal add
laborious poor to eadiirp tyranny
of tho mob who with hjvlm force die
tatoto them under tbo penalty of peril
to limb aud llfo ubcnr where Mul
upon what terms the rosy earn
a livelihood tor themselves and their
families Their goverernent that
woithy of tho name wntMronaously en
deavor to secure to all vttbln lw juris
diction freedom to alt latrfsl vpctt6iif
nnd safety for their prftaHtj and their
persons while obejlnjfz th law no
thu law Is common MM It nOWH
each man rcsporiWa for the
natural and probaW eooMquenoa
of his own acts It IiOjfc that <
vises murder ho Is hlmaMt guilty of tW
murder that Is cvawWed >
ant to his advice if
bind togcthor for forcfcto rf I Uac
to law nnd advlso murder aa ft J8 M
making euch rcslsUneetctaWfWBetw r
such advice bo to on ni a to
rautdor another or W a nu
rnoroiiB clais to mordr > nc Of
another class all who at no bsuded to
gothor aro guilty of any mofder that U
commtttodln pursuant of wchadvico
The jndgo dosed hli remarks by
sentencing seven o tb aoirpblfiW to bo
banged on December 8 WW
conllncment in the penltenlUrffor fifteen
yoara
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The Water Tei
l arJnll dtlwB f < t ftrr
Special to tho Uaieile
Siikhman Tax 0ct9T6 < i work of
making tho final to t for a water aupply
for tho city was prwfflteA JWrday by
the heavy rains and h been postponed
ThXIral Of iocP Kimbrouga
was largely attehded K > 4 y from tbo 0
S Profbytcrlan cmircbwhere funeral
Joseph Klnibroughbad beenJa tnla tu
ccavnl
of
for many years Mo cSkif
slons
Tho Hebrew of tbe city eloped their
places of bastneaa today and he d re
ligious worship la tho OporaLoaaa
Nathan Sodokson offlatatUB
J D Cavo charged willi theft ofhoraai
In the Indian Territory under tb feW
law was placed Injalt in dcfaoliotf
Marriage licenso was ls > u 4 Mifat
t
mibt hud Sarah JI John rtt
A Gsol S < t K
of this organization Judge McAllister apt clm ns m mm
bad held that the police cpuld hot invade ba exhibited at ij7
tholr meetings without legal process but woll worth tho M1
the pollcoln lflTrdld break into Turner
hall on Twelfth street during a meeting
of furniture worker which was
belagheld and killed oac man and Judge
KcAHUtar said that If every policeman In
tho crowd were killed those participating
hi the aMMtjujir could not bV hld roatHMW
ibit War Paraowt mad ki trlaatet tatt
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low dy J
wheat jJaaaNt
i
iQMOmVktt
toimm
onco
ami no limit as to tlmo Lm
bo placed on him aarsosa reruineTfcS
though at times dramatic his SchiS
in tbo main purely arWtotatlrti ii2 >
got up nml went out for knch iint 12
court and Parsons ha i to ft VoMM
ho lino after 10 oclock wfcJJ
Tho speech W BWcatl8 mtfS Nu3n1
monotony was tolUwd opSi to
while by n romatk vhlth rcdv1
Interest Ho wakenwt tipXy w
siftmung on tho forco denendod
otfhtai clurching and clutlto conSlv
His rtotto must be HU IveYvthC in
8ht if ho would h U Sruei t
When ho bad finished iptttoSftS
Ui
notes Papons entered on MKcounl
ing nnti of his movements tm
mediately to ho
tirao when ho
surrendered htmsnif
In court When ho Tmu thi
portion of his speech bofceerii
up an
down tho limited spaco omrtVl Wa
on which wero his notej Io said l
had si rr0nrtcd blnwlt wUlltigly tfa RVt
a fair trial along vUhithV otnw
defendants knowing hlmiclf to be
n e n In lat Bbow t aid Captr
llinck Jn front of tho court room alid as
cended tho > stairs with aim parsons
placed his hand afttctlouttly on Cant
lllncks shoulder nnd ipoks In a Woro
gentlo volco Ho concluded holding up
his head proudly Even now I two
nothing to regret Ho hid spoken con
tinuously flo hours andfoiiy minutes
nnd ho sank Into his seat exhausted
riiKYArotenNmcKn
Tudgo Guy wan aboufto ptonouueo
Nciuunco when Captr lllark desired that
it motion in arrost of judgment nhould
uo entered Mr GrlunolL having assured
him that no technical matter should
intorforo with tho defcndsnts rights
Tho court procecdod fjto execute tho
eolomn duty devolving nrjon him and
sjioku as follows to tho detodanU t I nm
quite well awaro that wlut
yon havo said nlthOQgh nddrcfucd
to nie has been said to the world Yet
nothing has been erild vfhlch w akens tho
forco of tho proof upon ivhlchtbo verdict
Is based You ajo all raen o lotellS
gencc and know tnatHj4lho verdict
Btands It inutf bo cjecated The
rcflsona why It will t s4 havo already
boon sufficiently stated Ula deciding
tbo motion for a now tttel I am
sorry boyond any power of iSinresJlon for
your unhappy condition and for tho ter
rible events that havo brought t aboutL
fs toQBfteUh rri3Wi
shall address
proach nor shorUl if WaAtiE tiaU
so flhall bo in tin wsta
a few wotds from te
peoplo of tho atatoofJU > M <
gated tha authority to ded mi Knjtlt
of the violations of tholr awianqapokeo s
upon on occasion so solcnm iindawfjulftg yi
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