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I' s y HIS CLEVER UUSS. Angostillo Lafont vas t!io cmifiik'iitir.l hgoiit of a l;ir;i) Imiiluiitj huusuin TuriH. Early lu tho spring of 8:J3 ho sot out from Paris with hills, notes, (In.fts, etc., to tho amount of 1,000,000 francs, for a bonBO in C'hav.tuoiit. JIik.1i ocrry had bcttn ohsurvtd in tliu prcpiirations of his jonrm y, ns tliu kingdom va nt that timo iiifistiid hy a n;cn t organiza tion of tl;ii ves. Lafont bad tho notos coiicealcd in various tüirU of liis dress, and talcing tho Ik avy (liiioncs n.'i tho best modo of eonvoyauct) lio set cut on his mi. sion. NotMinr? worthy of noto orenrrert to nnrest Lafont's nttenlion nntil l;o lied paxsod nearly tlironh tho department of tho Seine-et-Jlarno, when jmt nt niphtfall two well dressed p nilemen hailed tho dilimnco ami claimed pas Bapo to C'har.nioiit It was already too dark f. ir tho nent to distinninh tho features of tho newcomers, bat yet from what little ho could eolio ntonco mado up his mind that their countenances woro not nufamiliar to him, and having como to this conclusion lm determined to watch their movements, for a vauo suspicion that they had by Fomo means becomu possessed of his secret business took possession of his mind. Tho ilili't nco crossed tho Seinn at Xo geut and there remained for tho niht. As soon as Lafont had opportunity to examino tliu oountennnees of tho stran (jers nt tho sujipor talilo lio becanio Kat islicd that his first impressions wero correct, for 0110 of tho travelers ut least ho had seen in Paris on tho day before his depart uro, and ho could not but no tice tlu.t they both eyed him with mark ed interest After supper tho ardent lighted his ci gar and walked out on to tho hrido, where ho remained nearly half an hour, nt tho end of which timo ho started back toward tlio inn, and just ns ho arrived at tho door ho noticed his two compan ions cr.terin,' tho i;t;Ho door. Prompted by a fueling of curiosity, ho followed them, nnd ns ho camo round by tho Btahlo door he could jusc neo tho two men crouching away in an empty Btall. With a stealthy, catliko tread ho ap proached, and l:o was fortunato cuou;,-h to inuko out tho gist of their conversa tion. When Lnfnnt left the stable, ho knew that tho two men had 1 ft. Paris for tho purpose of robbing him, uud that they intended to put their plan in execution as Boon 13 tho diligence should havo en tered tho department of tho Upper Mamo, Ho returned to tho inn, nnd nfter con siderable, reflection ho determined to procure a horso nnd secretly continue his journey. Having como to this conclu sion, ho went to tho driver of tho dili gence, and under tho plea o( having to remain in Nogent on special business for a day or two ho settled his faro thus far. Then ho went to tho st.iblo and ordered a horso to bo in readiness for him by 3 o'clock in tho morning, ut tho sumo timo enjoining upon tho f,Mrcon tho htrictest secrecy with regard to his movements. As soon as these. airang?ments wero mado Lafont retired to his room. Ho of courso knew that his secret hail leaked out, anil even in his proposed courso was not entirely freo from danger. A million francs was a largo sum, and if the two Parisian robbers had set their hearts tipou its possession ho had Jut soiuo work to perform ero lio would bo entirely free from them. Last of all, a now idea struck him, and oMa ni.'ig a number of pajx rs ho neatly folded them in an envelope, which ho strongly sealed uud bound with a bluo ribbon. At 3 o'clock in tliu morning, whilo it was yet very dark and before any ono tlso was stirring, Lafont (juiitly descend ed from his room uud Went tothcstuhki. Tho garcon wus easily aroused, and in u few moments the agent was on hid wuy to Chunmont. For two hours he rodo on his way, but instead of pursuing tiio highroi.d from Tr, ivcs ho ugain crossed tho Keino and kept ulong by tho banks of too AuImi. Daylight Was just b"giuniu;( to Htrcuk tho heavens when Lafont thought he heard the sound of horses behind him, ami it v.s not long i re ho knew that l.a was being pursued, and in ten mirun a ho was assured that tho tworohboia v. t ro after him. In a moment tho a;;ent leu-etl from the saddle, and seizing a heavy ston.i be inflicti."! u severo bruiso upon ouu of his torso's fr.rc legs. The animal reared and plumcd, but Lafont mana 'cl to ' hold bin- again mounted and rodo on, ' iut thy horso limped and slavered Ix-- !!:. h tho c'Tcct'i of tho blow ho had re ceived, and in a i.l;c:t timo tho robbers can. o up. "Ah, pod mo-nh'(--, R' nt.lemcn, " Fa'.d the te: nt as he reined in his hnnc steul, a' tlio rumo timo raising hU but v. iüi nlVabl'i po'lli ncss. "mi, it soonis, yon, too, mo tired of tho lumbering dil-ig- neo." "Yea," npiiel tlio foremost of the two moil; "tho diligence did not exactly suit our c: in ven i( nee, f o we t .ink Jrirscs. " "And von aro bound to (Jhauuiciit;" w!:"d Lafont. "Ycm, on important bn-incs. " "That il fiTfun.i;:'," said Lafont, with tlio ntmo'-t en-'iiestness, "lor yon may, if yon sen fit, dome a urcut f ivor. I, to , havi- ii'iji:)! t;;:it b'.isiu; ss at ( '!iau mont, but I ir;.r tiut Without :.s isiaiiee I shrill not bu iihln tj accomplish it. I have, grntlfiii-'ii, in my p:isessiini, a T:st amount, of v.iliciblo p.ipws and In tend' d to havo couii-jn-'d on my way in tho diiii.-enc but at Í logout 1 received tho intelligence that a plan was on foot to rob tee. "D.j not start, fjentlenien, for what I tell you is true. And lor that reason I Fot nil thus alone, br.t my hois-j has met with n sad mishap, and I fear tho rob br.', who, I think, are yet at i.Vgeiit, may nvertakn mo. Now, if yen :ir'- go ing dir'i 1;- t C'har.mout, )erlriiS you would l-o w illing to take my package in your chaig'- nnd deli.vr it ti il. An gient at his olilco. Any ono t lir-io will tell you where ho is. Thou, if I am over hauled, tho robbers will find nothing, and of course ymi will not l-o suspect ed. K yon will thus nceommodafo me, you shall bo suitably rewarded. What say you. gentlemen?" Tho two men exchanged significant glances during these remarks, and nfter u moment's hesitation one of them said: "You seem to bo ready in tru-itiug stranger!!, sir." "Oh, not at nil, ir," retorNd Lafont, with n frank smile, "I would much rather trr.-t honest tr.iveh is than run the risk of meeting with robbers. Yon sco just how I ur.i situated, gentlemen, nnd if you will do lno tho favor I nsk yon shall not regret it. I shall stop at Arcio r.nd chi.ngo my hor.io and then follow you. " "Weil," said oua of tho men, "wo will do your wish and meet you tt M. Augient's office. " "Then I than!: yon most heartily," said Lafont, and as ho spoko ho took a closely sealed packet from his bosom nnd handed it over. "In this," ho said, "there aro valuablo papers, and I trust you will uso all discretion in your caro. Now tho robbers may overhaul mo as soon a:; they like. " After some further directions, given in nu honest, confiding manner, Lafont bado his new messengers godspeed, and ero lung tin y woroout of sight. Tho ngei-t tinned his horse's head back to ward Nogent, whero l.o arrived in safe ty, and on tho next morning ho pro cured a guard nnd onco moro took tho diligence Tho robbers stopped nt tho first convenient placo to examino their prize, but their chagviii can bo better imagined than described when they found that they held only a securely bound parcel of waste paper. They knew that they were suspected, uud of course they dared not push tlio matter further. Exchange. Iuiii:m' HulTprlns. When Alexandre Dumas, tho youn ger, was just out of college, his lather took him on a hunting trip. Tin y put up ut a iarmlior.se and occupied two lit tlo bedroom:) which openad inta each other. In the middle of tho night tho sou was awakened nnd saw his fathev walking back and forth. "V'hat aro you doing?" asked the boy. "You seo. I nm walking. " "You nro sick?" "Yes, I nm in great pain, but I an ured to it. I have it every night." "Is thero nothing to cure it'i" "It is incurable." "Put can't it bo relieved?" "No. When it takes me, I get up nnd walk. If it is very bad, I go to reading. " "And when it is insupportable?" "I go to work." It was true, and in later years hi ; son often saw him in tlio night sitting at his desk writing with ono hand and hold ing upon his stomach w ith tho other. "How can you work always?" some ono u,-kod him on such an occasion. "I havo nothing else to do," answer ed Dumas. Y'outh's Companion. A 1'hiiiuuii ActrcH. JIrs. John Drew says: "On Kept. 182?, at tho Walnut Street theater, Philadelphia, iih tiio little Duko of Y'ork, in hlmkespeare's play of 'Iticharil III,' and with Junius Brutus l'ooth, the great 'elder Pooth, ' father of tho lato Edwin Pooth, ns the crook back tyrant, I began my stage career, uud as 1 have been continuously before the footlights ever since I havo had a longer stage ca reer than any of my contemporaries. Though so ninny years have passed, I remember my lirst pcrformanco as well us though it were last night. Tho per formance of the elder Pooth ns Richard mado n most powerful impression upon me. His dramatic forro and magnetism wire liko n giant whirlwind, sweeping all before it. I have never seen any ono tlso in that pat who seemed to com pletely realizo it. It seemed as though it had been written fur him. " Orli-ln of l ootlmll. According to Ktevvart C'tilin, tho cura tor of tho Alusuoin of ArclKeoloyy of tho University of 1'eiinsylvanin, football ciriKina'.ed with thoso beginners if i v orything, tho Chinese. Mr. Culiu luiii a curious and ancient drawing showinji a pcrsunajjo in the dress of aprimo min ister playing football with a kuo, or roble, and two of their chamberlains. Tho t i mu is (.omcwhero in tho tenth or eleventh century, but lon beforo Mien tho Kami) was cultivated mt an exercise suitable foi- tho training of soldieis. About tho eighth century it was intro ihivd into Japun, vvhiiti it becanio very popular. From thoso two countries it epicad over tho cnliro world. 1 1 4 i Aro yon baking Simmons Livfu Reo i'lator, tho "Kino op Liver Medi ciNr.s?" That is what our readers want, nnd nothing but that. It is tho same old friend to which tho old folks pinned their faith and were never dis appointed. Put another pood recom mendation for it is, that it is better than Pill.3, nevor gripes, never weak, cup, but works in such an easy and natural wuy, just liko nature itnolf, that relief comes quick and sure, and ono feels new ail over. It never fails. Kverybody need) t-.ke a liver remedy, nnd everyone should tako only Sim-u-.ona Liver Regulator. íío sure you pet it. The Red V. if ca tho wrapper. J. II. Zeiliu t Co., Philadelphia. v.CiFIC COAST b f :. fi i. 1 1'1 -i t:-.s V' 'I'm K iii'Mi'! rnv i;.ít,.'ts i ii tht ; " :i t v 1 r ii-i I ;ri rliuuNrci.j: l.fw u.hjim: ' i' i t. H I fit : :J ui iM.itV. !,'...;: I ib t i ifl.l.'s Vi'l-::i "! tl itir t-u -kl nm-. r '!i:i'iu. tt liiM.ii n i l Hp -iv-v., mi l itt K.h;.'! niilf-1 tm'íi's in titr c.niui ry. 1 1 1 'i I K. t i j lots ihvrtt r w III .., no tin...1 u'i'l ii.niiploii or nü'M tl cnttüii '.ituti.H -i;.rt -4. i m 0iTi"ts.1)1,f .iv km 1 Ill i-vertiit.. iin.lr'i i tioüi.t.g. i I r,:' . ns ttr-i fl íl-vrc.'-í !'. o, - P-'-tí" ' . " i i i- ("'""I "; n I ' ' I v i Q'-Jl ' l '' ilfiíl 'filo ( I V 1 lit Chronlrl i lluíl Ifn THEl DAILY i;- M,l t, r.-':i-.ri- 1.1 . Oflly$8.70i Vea?. i i r.i i Id í' S3 a 'ir.i (In h. I'-i : .nil M . : i ' . y. Tin-; u t. . r .; . ! fcnd iiiuhI coi. i l : -- wurl.l. pi nii i- ;.ii .(". l;t ;t. o" . i.u 'i 'i .ir. Hot i, nli'in bi.i. -ii .'iit v SAMPLE CJ.-N.-J r t t i i i :: no v i; w :t ch i'?onicl::: Reversible Mm? i- H o U'lNO The Unil-I f're- p Canail x 1'il Mcr:!n-: :i i-f f e: mm i : A il. I til, i Map of tho World oivr lilt': ill I !:i;. nti-t:, Bond ::-.; an I or tin- 51 u .t ul AVeekly lniii.il, fir O . Yei.r, poalnK- I e O 'l l on M ip ami 1'. p AIJI'llKS- M. 1Í. li VOlTNti, l'f.eri.-l 14. K l'hr.iii.-l . Kl.V UlANl I.JU I. I'll. C. E. UURLIAjCAIVIE'3 fl C Q I V PrUfiC CHEMICAL UOUMJ liffiJl. u LABORATORY Ii-lahieiinl In ('..l.im.lo, l-.T,. Kanii.'e liy mall or ?pii..j w,ll it'c-ivi) prtiiiii'l un'1 i.i-t-lul iit iitieii. Gold & Silver Bullion M:; Ai1;s, 172C h :?"3 l-?r:3f6 ZU, ?'3-ar C:li. TIC h L. rilri'vrnfi.O Tínniíín TItt Tlie Orou; ropuliir ltoir.o llctwccn tlio EAST AKD WEST. :-lwirt t.lne to Nt'.W OltrXAXP, KANSAS crrv. ( n:r.;. s r. t.'pt :. m:w yokk nii-l WAStli.VtrroV. Vnvorite lino to til'' ll'irlh. If t HIV SMI i t!i, I'l'I.Ii- !AN HI ill.;" fl.Klll'lXU t'A II.1 lO - S : i-il tlitilia fimn Píi:-! to Plll'.li". ViTt Werlll. Ki. ( h !i ui:s, JIiMliplili nnú l:t. l.i.u;-'. nú Tims ;ia SurcConncctíon. S'-r tli;it your t'ivct1 yrm via Tovns A Ta oiile Uuii'-VKy. K t Ti.iiji.i, linn t.tb!cr tfKf-t r:ilr-4 uiiú ull ttMi'iirt'tl infin-ni;iiiuii call (ill or fiiMn-s-a any oí tlic ttckf 1 iifront.i. n v. i).:uiv?H;it, Cfiiuiiti Aavnt, e: C ASTON MKST.IK!?, Clmici! risvinp;or h:k1 Tickot A;r.i, iMilu. AMERICAN Eest meals in the city los an;i;li:s cook. Good meals 25 and V'i cents. Short orders Hl'.ed. Kvcrylhing br innew. I'lojiiietor from Kl l'aso. Open from ó a. in. till iniilnight. llwrytbin;: clenn nnd nciu. Try Us Once. I LEE, Prop. 0 TOOK BRAMOS. u7 Tin: I.iüMv.i. '.r.leuds to umlte a pe ci.iii.v oil i;. stock interests of t'ai.. portiotr i f N'V.' Mexico and the sui iouielina ecn'n tiv. It will be in thr lu.nils of and read by i, ., si of the 'tcckmen and cowboys in this fortien of Ihe feiriiorv. As stork is liable io stiu) it is (lesiiablo bir owners to have their iiriiima wmi-n tr.e-xY), if tV.r.l t-tr:' s-toe'.c cp.n bo recrg mzed and owners l-' iit'.'i'i. In order to have brands widely known they tiuH b- well ailver!isd. Tub l.f.ir.n.M. will tolv-'itiKP Mto:.k bi-amls at the following rate.;: Or.e brand on cut, one yen- S12 Ilr.-!i ail lilioi-al buind o.i cut. samo owner 8 I Kacli nddiliopiil brimil in print (straight I i.... i r . n n'l lers linn ui,'ii ' llaili nildilif.i-id brrrnl, (liaraeter, bur or connected lett.-r rfqiiiriii .in cn gi lived block 0 ) Each brand u-ivina location of brand on annual, or ear marks or both .... 5 Ail descriptive matter in addition to name of company, iJJiess. range nnd brands nhai gi'd extra. TAHIfF UTEP.ATUuE F0!l ALL. iy i!hli:;í:ii'í ii mcsí vuluit tU series of '1 hi i:: 'ioriiiticiUf. Tti'":0 aiii vi't'iMircd wllh t vi vv tn stiiiit í lio füiü-j u n 1 ur tímente for rrou-.;-wliLtlicr in fio irm-:t'r;. A Íuiiií, UilHU t'rti, ih or l-rot'-tíj-innal int :i. i.'.K-h c-fiif t t 'k ( ri'.- ii-if::l? to those i 1 l'irí tl ir. ..'p-M Ho iri'luwi i it s, and ir(!w-ntK in j.'.'julnljie í.ictr- fjiMitst itHiS ot wiurc. cusi. 't' l iii r, ami vilmr urguuicut sbuwiutf tb'j LMjitL'tit.-t tt I'rotc'fti.in. Any 8iiii:it) mu. w be pnt on rwipfc of t C.vAiii,inivi-fX, " Waucrt, Living uud 'lwntf," whii'ii vill hv Aont fur 4 c nts. Tluwhnlü liht will bMa;nt for ;íi t'vntB nr niiv twi-lvp for ííi cenis, rr any 11 vh lorio ot iiH, pusiuiru i i'.Hl. Onlorby uiunLcr. Kf. TV.nics. 1 W,ni Living aud TarlíT., E. A. ITA.i'fs- n , m Unix 104 "Hi.- AJviiutu, r m rr., tactivo Tíut:T to thO I.U'i' l- titMÍ ll-ütl it.-1 H Of tho I'falN'ii fc-üileii.' Ki'M I'lUu t'-fy, AiH7. CliA. i. KtJ 1). II'.VMNO. 12 5 ' lit te i ' r . 1 : i. : j n lu'l; '.niLahlf to it .mijh i. iy, nt I w I'liv, of tn Muimf u ',í , I .-ini.i''itii. i-.,ulivl f.irtliv' l'oi!-oi' ti, It.iU'il Ht-.lfS, ui.-i Ai iiiutic MoinA 1 JO Itti . H'U Ot i't: iV t H)iIIHhUt-t ImtMtd s.tMi iti.out it I riiitH-' ivc iui Ut.' Mr..t ) ! .'.i.v, l.-.is, v. I?, 'tmn J3 4 " V. ij.u,.v ;;.v .Mr.c rt.u t W'oaUl I'VpcI'jw .! t :. '..'-out tlie I.j'.,.ii M..1 It.-uitiit. .i ( t.io i i.tuil M.u"v.'- Vi'-t I ilr t'at. tV, JK-.t. Ii. UHU H ?t5 IS Fa.)H -t -i Krw J';:üí-." K. f. Mn.:;it... Ü4 0 rti-nu Uur.i' uu lilt) 'inrlT iy an CM Lul- ID i-iJ), I'I141.K S3 7u'ihf rut ftivo 'I'.iriir ; Iim A'lvumjfjt tur 'dm '.i ti." C. L. 1'iiWAltn.i 6- HT..- t )nl InU'p t." .Tu.lu V. m. I.awk'.vi; y4 U " J ruiit i uju i . t-n-e-iríi-lc." A ttltiluru'ul lviw. I. tJ. HAi:r.i-tA.x 29 10 ,Ti' .irnT aud tJi I will Col. T.iomah U. i" ;m.í: W 11 i rct'i l ii íH a I'ublic Toili'y." Gküitoüíí. lli'I'.lCLL 18 l?-MIlM'y tü (lif l r sl l.-ni' Krec-Truüo c- nv H. 1'. I'tiMiu.,.. 8 13 Win klri7i.ii a mi. I fit' 1 urttT . tf 1 " J lif V H -ii tti 'll.in : i'hM Aniorlcuu lii.lua t:it't i)c A tfinl.i1( (i utul AiiitriLuu 3iur k"tll Miff ill. I'T.-l 8 IV ii.in in i.fiRiua, wllh Al(!ltlm 0 l.f-ltKKi- I'. iTiK'fK. 6 37 Va .o-, in n for a nu-rlcun I'1i:k . M g 1H-"Y!m-i i .i' N-t ' T.ix." Ift.Mf.ull. 1'iniLi.L.. 8 !!-- V. iiy Ii i-liiiH-u sh-.uU l'i-oiívUouuu." 8 1'r,, (J K. ii. AwnmowN 4 ül -'V.hit l.ia lAriri ?"AuwrrtuaWorlilutf- ii. ai 'iifni.n 4 C2 "Tin Ani'-.n au Wool lutliuti-y." E.H. Am 'I1i.)WK 8 rV-"ii;.ai,.tf.nl. f I.lviiiK" J. D. WCLKtt. 4 -t "'i'iitinrn fuiinliiff lii'liiüi rl(." 4 - A Mu irl Ihik t Vv oikiiiKtiit-u." 8 "l'liiLtvilim ami ihi rainier." twimtor 3. M. Ct'lXlfH 18 The Amkuii'AK K'''N'ti(isT, wM'kly. rtTft.l to tun dliwuiNion r all , Jin. . f the 1 ;t . iff u.-Ktion. t'J av.'Kr. un I'll--i. fr. A'ldr Arii.-r k-utt Pro l.uiil i.vjKuv, W-.'uil fat., .V-w uttL. IE P Ti B W? a 1 A GREAT OPENING AT CLIFTON, AR IZONA, TO CAPITALISTS WHO WANT TO INVEST IN COPPER PROPERTIES. Copper claims in groups of three to eight mines. Gold and silver properties of known merit. OKOL'l' Xo. 1. Tlirf. fall claiinn cnnliiiima. on tho une ledge, of hivh grado copper ore Cumin Hver; idth of lode iibeut s.en feet. i 11, ,i ncli pay Mreab ol Kl,0M! w'-nt.vt oinelies; property (l.oi-0.jthj i io?pScli i süuali d in lind.ruu countj CROIT Ko. 2. Kighl chilni contiiiiieni. to or.di other; cnrrr orr; cl.ir.c. red oi ides itiui (aib(.niilf.s; will average J2 to V eer cent; GO tens of h i h pnule ore on the fnrni; ituated in the Cofpcr meuu'.un mi-.iiig district, Ciaihum ecuuty. .Terra reasonable. GK0L r Ko. 3. ?even (?ebl nnn silvrr henrir-tr rpinrtü tnirep; Ihornnplily propectd srid ODHneil up; plvnty oT wood nnd djurent. tn the Sun Frsncisco ri"er, vbich rnni the yar round BfTordinr on pie wntcr pnvvpr to rn any number of lruip. renecntr lor. !iidtort.'ti ; nnder intelb'if'nt nrd prnrficnl ntitiH L' mpervimon tl iu pronp of in will yl"l.l eorraonslv; siinjled in the Greenlee rr.ld nTiintuiii mininr; disihrct Graham county. ÜK0ÜP No. 4 . Four C0)p"r clainin; carbonate ore; fice mncltijig; situated in the "í reculen fuld mounUin minium district. For further inTormation, tenns, etc., call on or address Kedsie & CLAGSEIT, Lordsburg, Hew erico. mm m sii mm Paper Hanging and Tcccrttir s a cpccinlty l'ilher in AVool Or M irble. Orders for HeniUtotteii vih ii n ive prmi p iilleitlion Dei-ign furniibtd on uppiicit' u v.itb Kpibif lis, l'lLbh n.s of f-m-r! Oicl.r o Coals of Arni neatly executed. Concspondenrn solicited. J. I. BEEBEE, Clifton, A) iscna Nothing in This Worid Is so cheap cs a nrwsp?.pcr, whether it la measured by the cos t of its production or bg its value io tks consumer. We arc talking about an American, udrcpcliian. daily paver cf the first class Wis TUX CHICAGO REÍ0RD. Ifs3 cheap and so good x c-zx't vtferd in this dag of progress io Is riirrnt ii. Thrrs are other papers peni:S:j rj o!, l;:t ror.s bcttar, and none jusí W:$ ii. . prliis ell tks real mm cf the world th ;;-.t? yoi: f fcr every' deg, and print? it in i hi si-cris;; pc-nillo tpace.' Yea can read THE CHICAGO RECGED end do a dag's work tec. It ;c an all political r.cws bias. In a word it's a a-r.p cozdsnsed, clean, hcrcH faviiUj v.cn-nr.pir, and it has the largest mornwrj cin:l.iil n Chicago or ike west 125,000 to l',0,C0( a d:vj. Prof. J. '. EriJ 'I cf 'tho Nrrthwcstcrn Unioersil'j :a;p: "7Vf?- ClIC.QO RECORD comes :s w?r íc;ry il c i .a, I vjly jour' nz! wcr.rc fcr .r,r.,: t'rr.c L'kcly to find on these r.-Mrtrl :-:h'.:r:z " Held b-j nr.msdc.'l.-rc t-vcry where, and sub scription? rccriucd ir; ell por.tr.as'.ors. Address 111 E CHICA G J R L COR D. 181 Ilcdison-st. (W "pt "her tUBUaJ frTH'TTl! IKailtttSMI MíLm4 AT libsial ornen A R ' ''7 indtpsr.. and gives ,.?? fr:::i th-; taint of party THE \n\n Yrm nrt - s!:: ft r u I t lint I v J u n e.i. 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