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GRAND I.APIDS, MICH., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, ISM.
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A FEW STRAY CHIPS
Gathered by the Wnyaidz lor
Future Use.
POiSTS AEGUT fCLIIIC!! FATRiOTS.
The Gubernatorial Asp. rants Gett.rg
in Their Worn, at Lansing Im
ttrieS VViih PjitriotS
tiroie a CanJ.date.
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tan ii-l.'ei belv; fill ca. !l t.!;e t'cf'.s
i...i.. it-lit nl ia !,HiIi.' Ibe Iii..liVr t I.i'!i.
..- A Mintli. tiie liitlviale i-uuiiiv laruit-r,
:s berr iittuf.l i ! i a bran h-w mi.I i f t.r...-l
'l .ilia.i.l 1 .kii.i; Hi ibiijaT a -;.liv
luai lt-ii. I'yrusti. I.ti.r, tbe liraiu !i nmuiy
i.'.'.ii.-r, w I. it retired in btvor tt ! ver!i.r
r an i lite Siai-( M Iii"e'tor, is a ten
tral iiure ai.d tbe a n. mat tit "bat:. -,i
bi.leilif: ' be ! 1 1 . i I j-T ali.l I lie? vhi--rt-.i
!.!. veratiri he is lni 1 1 f r . Ua ia str..:i'!y
i.i ihe heluf that i.e is in tlr
held and this dei-it his fre-
jiietit tlriiii's. llii irieiiils Lere.'--and
I hey ure iei.-.n--liav e u hfitaiii y in
l.iNi.'iii!! the kzraner kin', ahd he will j-er-hai.s
le n.i uiiimi'vrtani hutor iu the culn
in fi mventi'in.
l'rank 1. Mm khri.le, of Kalaniazon, the
portly hnrsetiian wbu biniied a tun m d. ui u
liure m the Terry campaign, is liere and
while making no active canv-i is in the
hands ot his friends ami would r.ot refuse
the nomination if tendered liitn, iirovided,
of rours-e, that it would riot interfere with
his a-pirations for the I'liited Matts Senate.
(iov. l. A. Aler, rosy and Minlin as
ever, is looked on as a candidate for re-election,
and there are many leading liepuhli
ta'is who fel that to throw bitn overtioard
would weaken the party by casting a halo
of doubt over his administration. "Ku.-s"
would not object to a ec jnd term; in i'n't,
would rather iike it. for he can well afford
the pecuniary loss which it is claimed he
has sustained the past two years by neglect
of his buine5S.
Newc nite Clark, of Hay City, shak
er of the last House, is con
sidered an arailable candidate and
the gentleman does not believe in hiding
his hht under a bushel so he is niakii;r a
decidedly active canvass. Mr. Clar&'s
avocation, that of insurance adjuster, calls
him from home almost continuously, hence
he is allor.led a rare opportunity of 'getting
in his work." Clark stands well wuii the
Knights of I,abr, is acceptable to the
people and would draw largely from thd
masses, .three strong jioiuts in his favor.
Mnj. 'Minor S. Newell, of Flint, the
present land commissioner, i was
trotted out from his farm
some four years ao by , the
Kepnblican party as a means of capturing
the granger vole for lave Jeronu The
Major ha an excellent record both as1 a citi
zen ami a military man and he is extremely
popuiar with all eUse. The Major would
accept the o.'lice if it was tendered him and
he may he induced to bestir himself a little
u-fore the convention. A nti'ltary record
will prove an imporianl f't t r in the p
ptoachitig campaign.
Jay lluhhell, the S nator from
the ."'-'1 District. who . carries a
base .f the I'pper "nitisul.i in
his coat pocket is on ban" -aoing a little
tpiiet figuring for lluhhell. Of coui.se
.lay's first choice would be t!ie United States
Senatorship. in default of which he would
eagerly accept the Goveniship as a means
of izratityifg er'ain personal ambition.
Koswtil (i. Horr, the ilown of the Sagi
n:i Valley, has been j.uttmg in some wry
u'ood w..rk, mi l is active in the struggle for
the tiovernorship. H;s stand on the labor
.juestioti has made him many friends
a noiii: t i-opposi ion parties, w hich would
add materi u .rogih to his candi lacv
0.1 ii,e D.Mu.H-ratic side Col. Michael
Sh em:tker, of Jackson, is putting in a
great deal of m tive work and lsiri-s the
nomination b id! v. He made h iro d mem
ber o! w.e Sena e.md hears his siity-eibt
years wed He is a prime favorite among
the still' lioiirhoii ci;'.ss, and wiil tl velnpe
a treat deal o strength iu the coming con
venti. in. The Kepublicana claim ttiat
should the Colonel be nominated
he wiil le billy de'evei b.t
the Deniocrii's i'lsis- ii,at thi
talk is all b incomh and only a bluil.
Senator II. C. Sherwood, of Watervlh-f,
tad and stately in carriage, witti his clem
white nectie a strong tlistitiguihing fea
ture of the Senator is unusually active.
The Senator represents the granger c!as
an 1 lias many friends who wid p ish his
caii. lid. icy.
Wm L. YWbher, of I.i"t Siginaw, I'r-'si-dent
of the C'.'(Mr Cotnpanv, has a light
ning rod up and labors under the im
prc.ssii.n that som. thing will strike
in the vicinity d the Saginaw
Valley. Webber b-lotlg? to !h" old D'MUO
i ratic school, and is a strong adhen ni to
Clev lands tinanial policy. As ng.iirist
Mr. Webber's charices of success is tbe p
P'.Mtioti of the l.i'i .rpiirty, for Webber was
m-trument il iu p'.ibiug t'ie suit a:iiiil
Ioni l'.irry and others l..rconpiracy ijuring
ti e Saginaw ir;ke.
1'. .gene l'rmgle. of .Ta kson, is ntiother war
l.iu-e i. the DemtM-ratic party, w ho wa a
an. Jul ite in l-.' for F.ieutenanf-'ioVerrior,
and alter ard held the (.''i.e i.f
In-U'mice r..mtMi-ioner uiel-r bo;
ernor Hegol. Pringle h a
strong re.ord find rmy come up a !a"k
horse should ti e con v.-nt.ou be unat 'e i.)
iu ike e .rly i h : e.
Y'.t i iV. .1 - ill W. ! C "le .a' .tie frpre-
.)! the i.reenh.Mk partv and would not
r, !';.-. ti e of;, e gin. fe-!ifi as ho d 'fs
tbtt he wa Ugv'.iy eec'pl tw j yenr ago.
-;t i cll'el ..'it by the 1 A tl i pu 1 V ion .f
the rrfrr. frcn the :;vr.'h dir:rt
Tbe I'liii' pi-n-er "iM tp o-itoft'e
race provido-l tb D"'u.n 'at mould fii;i ..;
to 1 1 bro-i'u. k' the I'nt'ed Sn -
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M r. lhe mt:i
said I be-se w :
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r tvi .
ar .t . a-u.
the
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h A I l't-e :i 1 n r'. ery
. in I .ll b r ten . ar
win-, her the Ho i-
Ite
... a! t.
under its rule, impose a lnbttit u. ri tn tbe
et peii.liturev l! it co .Id p n ;t hai al:uo-t
at.a::d .nt-d ir t oiitrol i f the e i m rtdii ures
Mr Randall. d I't-nr i atoa, tlioiu-ht thai
under Hie rule tbe llousi iiad i.e.l itil'
trom icd.ici: g salaries or h..;i-hing ofli-vs,.
The delect was in the rii.e and lie hoi-.!
lii.'.t sooner t-r httt r t!i..c who adopted the
rule would come to see that the lluipf
should have the p wer lo rejtae salaries
and abolisb ,;bres on appropuatnui bills
Mr. llyan, .f Kansas, Mr. Townseiid, of
Illinois, and Mr. I.owry.of Indiana, argued
against the point sf order, while Mr Cau
tion sustained it. The chair stLstaiticd th
j.int tit'or.ler.
Wbt-ii the claue appropriating for the ray
of Senato's lia 1 been read, Mr. 11. II. Taylor,
of Ohio, oil'ert d an amendment providing
that none of the money should be paid until
the SeliaU' had Conhrmed the xppoilltine.'it
of Mr. Matthews f,.r lhvister of Deeds of
the District of Columbia. Hewisiiel, he
said, to bring out the latent power of the
House to supervise all brunches of the (i.v
ernmeiit, as il proo.cd to supervise the
conduct of the Civil .vervi.e Cim.iiisioii.
The amendment having l.-n ruled out on
a point of order. Mr. Taylor thanked the
Chair for his decision. Tn reading of the
bill was then proieded with, and a good
deal of discussion arose over the appropria
tions for the clerical force of the House, and
having finished their consideration of nine
ofihe l"t pages of the bill, the committee
rose and the House, at G o'clock, adjourned.
Sen at.
Washington, June M. The Chair laid
btfore the Senate a message from the
I'resiient endorsing a bill from the Secre
tary ..
the fu
"State relating to the distribution of
id for the relief of the owner?, othcers
and cjjew of the brig (o tieral Armstrong.
Tiie message was referred.
After routine morniriT business Mr. lick
called up his bill prohibiting members of
Congress from accepting retainers or em
ploy merit as attorneys from railroad
companies receiving land grams. Mr. Heck
asked its immediate is.nsideration. Mr
Kdmunds moved its reference to the Cm hi
mil. '" on Judiciary. The motion was lost
L'l to 711. The bill then came to a vote and
was passed w.tliont reference to a committee
by a vote of .'o to 11. This is a very unusual
procfci ding.
'It. Mil'er, in the course of wne re
marks, referred to the ravages of the rice
birds, which, he said, ciue-i a loss equal l.
il per ai re of all the rice crop of the I'nited
States The ravages of the Iinglish s,,ar.
row, he added, were very much worse tban
thoe of rice birds and amounted to m;;!i
millions of dollars a Year. The sparrows
were rapidly on the in. lease. It was be
lievd by the Ornithological Aooiafion of
the I'rii ed States that steps should be taken
to exterminate these sparrows.
Mr Oeorge sp,,be a good work for the
Wi men's Mlk Culture As -.cation of the
1'iiited States, composed, he said, of ladies
of high soc.i I position, who were endeavor
ing to develop a branch of industry well
adapted for women.
Mr. Dolpli moved an amendment reported
from the Committee on J'ublic I.an Is, ap
propriating f i t") to aid in the reclamation
of tiie arid region in Washington I rritory
by the stnking of artesian weiis.
At " p. in., on motion .f Mr. Call, went
into exei uti ve sesiin. At "cj i doors were
re op ned, and the Senate adjourned.
- - - -
BASE BALL HPS.
Cifttberetl from the I )ln iiimut Yterday
One of tiie I5r.nl (iamrk liter
IMnyeil In l'.otii.
I los to v. June pi-One of the most n
rnarkiiiile games ever phtyed mi the So:.tb
Mud grounds was thai of t.-dav. There
were no errors outside of the hatlerie. Fol
lowing is the score:
P.,i:;r.i;s- 1 2 :- 5 6 7 s
b.t,,t, -g .i ii n ii ii ii i.
New Y..rk o f " " 'I 0 v o i.
base l,.ts- r-.s(..n. N.-a York. 4.
! rr, .rs - iu -:..ii . i , New "i . rk 3 .
H-.tt. r;e KHdin'time n-.-i 1 ', '. r !-t:r
K ete a.! i ' KouTke f. r New V-ik.
l';:.p::e 'oti:k by
15 It I in tire- 1 1 rook ' II.
1 '. V I I IM' I.K., J Utie 10. '
In:.!.,."" - I n 4 .. f, 7 "
r.H.ttv.iore -. " '1 7 " i " " ! - I
b.-.. .k'"i ' "i c ' . 1 - '
Kn.. it.; ii-.-.k n. hi.
I . iu'f,.,..r,.. 7. i..ci.,. .
P.t !.. r.- Ki r- i nr.-1 llark.t-s.
rr:;:re-K.;:r.
ln lf.ri!ll-rittl.ir(;.
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at 1 . 4 s t 7 -
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I's- It, a . .r m ;. . ' i - -.
I rr..--finr-r-.-!l c l-.nt -.,rc,
! !K -e-t - U -i M-t:
t I ...i I,,.,)!., Hie.
"t I ' ;-. June 1 '
!" '-.- 1 7 '- ' 7 '-
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THE FOREIGK BUDGET
Glddatont: Urges thci CcinmoiiS
to Wind Up Butmt-it..
EShLf D SSGLUIicK m.:1
The Premier Tl.ir ks it VSf.il Occur ti
ter the Ef.l C-t Tbli Mjrll, - All
licady ijr tl. Cu 'i r
r b Ct.Of.k.
I,
J.i.e 1
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Mi. tiiu i-i
f i
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. t ;!.,- 11 i. ,- il..;, t ..1 .
i a U is,-d t'.t- itcti that
'.o..: i t-r -s : t i w .t h
t , .h, h Htr Mn .sit
. ! leu.:
r .! . . I.e
ir:!oi'.ient
.! .bi.y.
,d
-tti -d. He therefore asked lhe
llo'.st to w il.d up IT. ( essaiy business fct t;.
i irl:et Josibie it . thd ot.i.o d thai
i.e would inoxee. h .lay thai the i .li-rtl
liiel.t hrtle J le. e h t e i'l the tlispal h of
ti 'lain iti bi.sil. ess He further jjiiir !;..'.."
that he wotlid t.iiiw loin .-rro thai the
II. use a ' a t !1 ill, id We-.li.es I.rU.
Mr Miu.t.1 1 Hit k - I'..-;.. !. s.d thr.t :n
y iew ..f tbe. reu.i kahlr oi.ii.-s.oii from tin-
li.iUrDllirCl't t ttteineiit if the title of dis
solution he ..u'd mote that the llo..se ul
jirnrn Nothing Inlaid, would -,!4fv tbe
opp.siti..n iu;t the assuraine that l'ati.a
Inet.t won! 1 !e tJi-s,,lJ t ilt. t-arlit-sl
slide moment and that '.he hew rarhamt-nt
Would Ii.eet wilbo'.lt d. lay.
Mr (iia Jstoiie said he wa inial le to sur
p!y positive ihforit.a'ion as to the date of
dissolution, hut w ith.c.it tlouht it would uke
p!av before t he end of the present month.
I he i.f' 1 ariiariieiit, Le Nmi, ut.gbi t.
lin t t
iH.-ihie ait
the elec tions, and the c uibtry ouubt iiot to
remain in liiio-rtiii ty afier the !- tioiu rr
g-.irding the ln-h j!icy t!tc tioit rnnn i.t
will adopt.
Mr. Ilick eiprevted hinist lfas Mt'ishi.sl
w ith the 'iove rnment's statement and w nh
tlrew his motion to dj it;rnr
Heady f-r tit l.irttloira.
I.ostM.N, June H). Fvcry thing is in rea ii
ness for the new ele tions, which wiil l-gin
imniesliately unn the e jpiratioti of the in
terval rcpuirtsl by law afier the dissolution
of I'arliameut. The Conservati ve and the
Liberal l'hionits will mutually swpjrt
one another as ircunistAhces may re piite,
but it is probable thai the ChamiVrUuiites
and Whigs w ill prtveut rival candidates in
certain districts.
A Molt at I be Funeral.
Dt M.IN, June lu The funeral of Thomas
Cailagher. who was t-hot dead during the
rioting at Lurgm on Tues lay, took place
today. The j.rocessiun was a large one and
the hearse was prote. ted by tro.-ps and
"J"" police. A mob of t'athol'.cs jeerttl at
t he pr. .cession nn 1 threatened to stop the
h.-arse. fbe police c barged upon them and
droe them a w av. llyoiid a few broken
heads n .me was injured.
I 'rot est a nt fcuptrt f.r Home Utile.
Coi:K. June 1' The l'rutestatit Horrte
Kule Assoi-iation of this cty n:t toiay aT,d
formed a committee lo cooperate with
similar comm t'tees in Dublin and He!ui
to support the I'arnt Kite candidate. The
associaion wi.l hot altutt C.itboli-s I..
member!Jp or jertiiit them to take part in
its meetings.
l'mtfiilant IVmui-n ll.ijfnlt fat lo.t o
Di Id IN, J une It.'. 1'o'itii s atid n iigi n;
cre-ds art exciting eangerous ipurrei
among the women eitipl ived in tbe fac
tories at Lurg.ni. In one he torv the Pro.
testant women liave struck work, .b-mai d
ing the di:nis-a! .f the ( "atholie tunpioy
A rarnellile Manllento.
Lom.i i., J sitie Ph The l'ar.at oiti h intend
shorty to issue a manifesto spatially
referring to the defeat of the Home Kule
mil.
CONEY ISLAND K ACES.
A Large Cronil mi l l.rrl I7illitilmit
rr. . til. m. tour IV iim t'e Nnbur
Iimii IImi.ok i,
New VeRk, June In 1'he ojir'ng d.j's
races of theCoiKy 1-iatid J. key Ciidi at
l-heepsheiid Hay attracted an it'.n ne
tTowd. The great cnt, t he si'.tbaii har..ii
eap was run amid the most extra. .rd.t arv
nthosiiiu and eitimut. and w b n
I'roi;?d oiir pisel i,, .t Ibee we-e
t beers from tu.Iy joi tl.ro.-.'s. l',rt
r-ce. hr all lores, live f.nl..i,-. A'.h .no'a
won; Kif-:t:ti M-ciid. I ieN h I'av
1 -r third. 1 .me. 1 !. 1 ..yen ran
"-o!iil race, tbree-y -ar o;.i an i i.p. i.e e
and f.il 1. .?;g. I'egas-as w-n. Pet., it s s. i.
J. th-.r i, tune, sit ran. 'I h;-d
rae, the I'miia sk,- for 1 w . . eir oi i.
f.ve fiirh.t.gs. lrt,io:,t won '!;?'. t,--.e-n
L;.a'. :h vee..,d. m,,.h o tl.ir. :. Pn a. 1 --4 ' .
I'pe ..ihcr 'a' tcr v. Na- ;. . s w ;n, K . g -dom.
K -r I ar, A hit.. , Drak-. Ii ,r i.-L t k.
at. 1. N .I D. rand,.::.. Ko-irtb ra-s The
.,'.; bn handicap, MdpUko. l o f b
w :'. i. -' r ' 1 li Ided o-.e 8T i ...,'ttr
I 1 t -:c:.r, a-id N : m y j..e I e D ver
ii to . 1 to .t.s 1 cr 4 U 1. Jo- CI tof) -' to 1.
l a. r ; to i ib.n v.. p.. to i. p.a-r . . j :
b 1. ..ra!.i.r. i 'ba-.ti and s-pru gl'. 111'- I
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t ' 1 . ' ! r' st . 1 i . I, V ail
m ! .- .. t . i. ; . j i . e.
i . I -a" I A '.a-', -ac. fo-tv t-. .!-.
! a: j. i ' V I i . 1 v r- w
1. to or . Af'er 'o f a .1 .yet, b'.k
a a sv ti e ::g te I to y. k; it..:id k'art
!'.:;. ata?.n. . Tr"u'.s io-;r an i "i.nr.ty t
..i e went to f--. t At O.e 'and
Ti o; . .a ;r '. v e a I . o, m :
I .e ti i,.ui 1 n . .) lit- b- -rk.- t a 't li
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A Itnrtif-C iXr'LUUN.
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g .bs. ;t i be ,ir Ti ice a at I :,r.i a .th
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DRIVEN OU I OF IUWN
tlliiirl!i...HI.,l I I l.tu l.ilrrri I !.
liklit I'otk on tit.iuit ,.f
IkiU-t Ciuiuii
Ciia k . , ..r e p- - The .!;... . f !n.i
Lark, a m.! s.rb .,: '., , ugo i.d.l an g
ifc.-.t hi.bt to take a .. 11 up, it i the 4isr ..J n,
A. Viit.y, a o;:.- ,- u-1 i.v,.rx. i.f lhe
Village. I;..u,..rs ha 1 U r. -.:i . r. uiat i. ti
to the lilt. I t.;tt C,,;t v Lol tMti, i, the
habit t f nta .t.g l.nie g.r a to ... j 'a.,- anj
there tienl'.g them it, a l..r l..a:lr.
Colby was t i.-d to fc-,-t .i.t t! U-d
at.d j -pear Ik I -te the ii-i.i.,, JJe i.m le
no e:l-.n to n.,,i, !, if p.. in the
barges. Mm y ins;-!, d that C.,1 tb. ..t. 1
t- tarred and Itu'bt led. h .1 . .!;;.ef t...
I lei alit-d, and J.e a as pin e.J il. the tet.t.-r
o! a t atnn.,! It e. I. a-, bed a.t ! t- ;;, uv. 1
warned never to ic.m Wd. :i last Knu
he was ol h.t.g l..,.la, C..ib. t ... p.
uf age atid ;r.g. na.lv came rr-. u Masa:hu-
Sells, where be aa rl owier :n a bo I
lllatii.fai tt.rv. H:s w..V and rr..w;. 1. 1 e..is
are deeply ail.s it-1 t y tbe o.-ci.rti n.t .
THE OHIO DEMOCRATS.
The Mate foiinnlllr. t-l.le i.i ll.d.l the
Cotit nil lou at lulr-.tj.
A iicust 1 a.
I
Colt Ml I - O Jv.!,e pi -1 be Mti Nliai-
cralic' Ci-rtral i's.n.m::t-e .".it lore lo'.nr
with twetity i.f the t w , :. t v -. .J .ii is
represented, ll.'ii (.t-,ri L ( ,.:iv t ts. ),
called out and ha s.iil that there m r4 !v
two qu.-slioti- m he (l.s h-1 ! th.k p.i-t bi g.
a'.d thiy w re as p, ib, t . :. j. :, 1 p a . -f
holhr g the Mil,.:.';.., lie k.s..kir
thought that the !.-s- t! -g t-. d . tut to
ho. d hii a r : v t .;i v t t: ; .n a . j - a tbe .: i . ,f
l oiun.H.s. C.,1. W. T. Art. -tr-i-p p.a ;.-a:;
l'-pl t.t M tieai b. t.'a i i. : .t - . !, t
an early eoi,e!i'..- !i a'.d b - d i he came ,t
, .tend Mai or I'.'ii-s ,;. ( , :,. p, Jh
lhe pit. e to I..., 1 the . oni. i p and that
ail t I-.';m i f I' i- .- !,.'!.. i.e w.- . .1 l.
taketi ar- t y Jt . b ' j, , , f t .at
c:ty se.tri?,.r D ! ! aio j. a f'.n g
s-cli in fay or i I'..V.j .
At I I p.i The . a n::tt w.rd t -.
h-tmi: a'l.l oti the h :,'?. ba.'.oi I-'e.-..,..
tilled tbe pt;.j g.-ti.ng II 1 t hi g b-o.
1 he t:me b v-d i A ;a .-: 3 -.
ISLANDS f-O- S siLC.
I.mH that a I .ire, v, t, , v
A ImmiI t. lint lliaV KalskaHn
lUitnaii. f..r tain ooo oo
"IV FtlS. .s: .. J e A s'a't !
p'll !,s ed tb r: r i ; i r. , , - ti e ,r
of tie pr- -i -. .scl s.s'o , ,f i U h aa' 1 - ,,.S
to 8 Stride ate of l,.r.thn i.-p'it'i-s I.'
$ J.i mio mti, , P.;; w rei.'.t'v ir.ir.kh..s. J
1 I tie I Li M-fl g. V t ' ! a .!',-;; . g i.
it' Itl .' L'IU"0' It I s'-,. 1 J ; ;, j, . l ;
of r.ntjte i-g.a:o.-s are tm iv a h ari
b ; ai t..l m t.t n a. k . r ; h' ana -.to 1 . o .
Mr Hoi'a.an. i-.-. i.t t .r :!. it-.n',.'-'!. . f
l'i 'tog lies, to t he J so, ii-.-. HS. . ;,.t , K . C
that a V t.d.. a'e 1 r ' a a i j. ; i ' , e
r a iy to f ,i't a-!, t' c pi..i . v . If tj,. u
eo:.s.. ii, a -a'ed. :! -.. I t :?: H ,1 t: .t t be
Ml- of the I"- iivS. as (be a ' ' - a I . a j
l o r In r p:nd s. t ! - 1 1 w , - an .. ,
n-etit. Jt t joa'e ! I'.at ;1 - K i-g ; r :
averse p. b. j-r. .j .i a- beg a I e
sec s.;ed the er.-ati r p,.rl I ti e ; . . . .
a
C1LLY M.AONEY.
He l.et Mi.fir-al tf a Tffj. tn I no).
lie llaa Notl.lic to ! Now f'...i
Mar lalL l.en !! llontM
Nl Y- Id. June pt A M h". d ;-'- i-'
to the Vf as that Ib.iy ..-a y hi d !.
fmiiy ',tU M'.r,f al ! '- tb.- n
U,t ar-1 hi "K.i f.r J i-e '.- !i.in. i-t;
the s'.,n-i t-r Hr.l .? :h. 1 ' h' i: 'i-'v i a a . h
tl i i o-r.-sp. r. 11-1 Mi-,' e fa'.d 'I k' i
b- bn. k 1 e'e in i- o !.. r. 1 Co o. , f .f
the sal e "f tev w ,' w b i-e a Hi', t- -. -
a 4 I ar.gi- . a r I -!,'! i - t J ' f h
f h? ' S-d to itC:t ." lit M ;- I t 1 U! es.
; l bet 1 1 e I ) y v Ht - p h i e
rgif- t r g i Ci.k o Vm l '-'k .!' I
n.-i ' I '.. I.te ) p. Mil V i ee,
I re'.i-n bi.t t-M . t ' 1 . a f ' ' 1 ! -
-tp."!''! tid Hint - 1 ll kt 1 4 ; -r . t ';..
P..-tii i ' t'a iiin. t bn' -,k t- f in, f a
'all I e ' -t! 1 a !: 1 -f ' I e
1 1 or .' t K -i , -. v a v ' A T I ;
wit.! Ii-m-iv I., r ' .' 1 to !-.- ti t
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I , ; ( . - t f . i ' e 1 ' . - . The
t. i ... r ' j ! ; a !.'(- v .!- i . i. r, ,
f -r the I t. -' M'. J'.sb lc.-..M fc.
ba Pat. S.-.. ,, f t. i i, fc . ' ;
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h '. ; Ot'i . o' k.- 'i .'a a .'I y
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