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;-et ;u t:; 1 iiervo iTie.s
TO BE KNIGHTED.
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Bo-Tof, J : iy H H ;i. .J4le- .S.-rvir .. ,
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)f Cf-,i,njr of Atn'ri'.i . -rrivfl in tint : iy
U nuht, at 1 w.',', t ii're a f-w l4y.4. Mr
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Mr m-
p.a.'lit of the M .c tt.i W t tttel i tatni . 1. 1.' upon
t - ii k k i :ii i.'e llie .-ttup'e n It lio i lii-!iieh t
that the I if, n ,t the Lakes l.iV oil the
Other Si-l of lite a a:eh iie, iittpelie-l to
sp :t'iv her.t i-e of 11 l.arri. i.ie of roW.ii s,
w :ti fi it; e; ra-t I a tre t'tr-uiAtioit of ju-
!:'. ! oll-i . !.e M;j:'l'j t!tt!!t; J'i.tlik.
.ai.ei li.tit:.e ,vor.i heen tiilereii A hen
Mr.M irt.rl a a r "it.-fi u or i-rej oi! the pl.t:, k
t;.- or i. r ln-i..- f .howeI up with a tfiient
that .he A 'Ui-1 he t' roAtl into the lake, if
h- -ii I n..t to ..ply at o:nv. Mr. M.okel
s'.i'i'(iit from t:,e rival piaiik, hut remained
ai it.- M'ie to indicate where the "i,uteu"
lay f r j.a-,.-ei ders wtto tieirfJ trafiHrta
tt in upon her. A numtier of luillies ti-an
to threaten, but Mr. Marfcel invited the.ii to
i' i i:etii th.-iW la.'ll illtn ttie Waier.
After a stream of threats, a'u-ie and like
itorir-eii?.- h t l foiiiid vent, and the boats
Se-.ured their a eher;', ttie "'lleeit"
!ui;,' ot:' in;o tue lake and led o;T tor Vt
taA.i Beach.
A reporter for the Tei.K'.rm IIkk.li,
who had witnessed with no little interest
the event rela'e.t ai-ve. visited both resorts
ah') ni'ervievvf-d a number of entlemeu s
So. iafed a ith t it.'t ides At present the
'ar.rer nu;iitT of persons is at Maivitawa
I'arK. They f -em to e!, in some insiaitt-t's,
el"is toA-rds the railwaf oliiiuals
an 1 blame them f.r tlie boyish p4-tu!ence
eiti!!i:e.i ly itie M.t.vtt.iA'.A. while others
are inclined to erri ine Captain Harring
ton's aetioMs. I'nder the exiM
mx (i.-i,umrtinces ntauf jier
sot s do not blame him for his actions. 1
c.i'ise he has ar.ed to pay 4"0 fur aoeftam
privilege. Ahich is n m to be Mhared by two
rival botkis. heiiber of which pay any money
for lan brig at the I'.trk dock, .--ave a nomi
nal prospective dockage, (btier people do
not care a tr.4A wiietht-r tine lxiat or hu
ofherr'iiis. What they want is transporta
tion and th.t li all. The'p-neral eue
li'nwvt r, is t!ia! some one is a tool and that
the A-hoie warfare is holt a bit of Dovish
nonsense.
But to c me t t!te atith irites. I'erhaps
the most co!iii-.e Mialemeiit that ca'i ie
made is llint each denies the assertions of
the other s i,-. 'I'he railway olticials hohi
triA' Ca'ain Harrington lJk.s violated ma
rine Iaa' by cro-sinr. tlte tueen s bows
hiaiii loii'y. whiie the Captain deil tr-s t!t;tt
the .eeri approached liim from lie.hmd
anl nei:'er,-,l to signal on which
side she Jhtrh led to I'tl-,
th'is irifrinin manne law "The
ioverr lu'iit I ti.-pect or," s-tya one putty,
''will tiike aay the Mii-Mia -?a's liceiise (he
h ard so i if st e tro.-s.-s the t ie-n 's bows
ai.'a;n,' A.'.iie that statemtnt is compieU-1 '
reconslrued by the oiher purry. liach one
-ays p. in (in ttie defe't-ive .lde. The other
in"ain-t- are aio twisted lo -it it either side.
No it appears from a rail wiv siandjxint
that ail efforts t make the Macatawa till
the bid as a i-nr'i'T b-f wi-.-n the Black Lake
res rts and Holland have proved futile. A
(oTitru. f s-nt to them for signature Las
since the h of May In-en presented re
watedly to the MAiatawa's Captain
f -r h i 4 "igiiirure. and he has jH-rsisteutiy re
fusI to aftix his name. The boat has
prove.! unreliable a carrier, bt-in- !nte
for trams, and thus compeliin:' t).issenr;ers
to sp. ud the nifc;.t in Holland, when tliey
wefe deir.;U4 of bein at home. liven
more, it 4 ii.il that (apt. Harringom
was anxious to rid himself of the Ma. .itawa,
airea-ty he.tvily mortgaged, by forcing a
ssle uton tther tlie railway -ompa:y or
the Ma'-iitawa F-'tk As-"s'iation. Finally,
s'm;i.y as the r.'iTgrowth f.f necessiry,
t!.e railway wa comtnu'led to secure
a ! p. ie hi eat) 4 of A-ater tra:r.Hrtatioti for
the a' i n-Ttniid itiott of the Summer totiri-ts
and ft -'lis n:i4 and obtained the "titsn ol
th Lake"' and the "ieorge I. Savidge' to
a'tf-rid to thst tr 1- upon Black I,ake. It
i. and is s'i'l their irtention to have these
Ooa'4 s: .p At all re -rts The vioieni inan
ner ;n whi -ii the Mi I.aA ket them
from the Me.rw.iwa I'a-k Ai'K iatmn's dock
i already n tti. 'I l.e in au-l S4v:.lge
., ' t ..tt the ijefer:,! , e throughout
s;.'. H-- i:!,-tou an 1 ttie Maca'twA I'ark
A i tt. ii a -e h-r I fo interv.ew T o r- is
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j-.' : .-.r.'.f I'-rr n t Ira h t!,e iat.
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. . .. e ,1 :-ti.--. d H .- t. the I .' .l.sh
Aj'- ire h, Ae-i. the f.-st a . i I . . h t - .4 f ...
.:.e ! l!.e fe- rts to .Ii i o :
Uat.ce
HIDEOUS
CRIME
A Young Chinaman Brutally
Murders His Friend.
SJABBWG' HIM FIFTEEN TIMES
The Kmains of the Dead Man, Who
Was Also a Cniiamin, a Ho'T'.b1
S'gbt Kchbry the Cause
C00 Securtcl.
i'. .-I i, July 1". Ling Ci..iiiR'. a .ele-'i il.
la;- f .r s :i.e ytts kept a ia.iitdry at " o-
S!m iittf. -ave. He hud aciiinu ated c ui
st b ra! :e h.oh. y atid w as to eil out i. !
w-k and letuMi to China where he leit a
wif- and tluid. Last night at u'oiii 11
o'clock, a Vo-m.4 Chinaman of some nine
teen J(a!"s of itje, wh) was ei'idi -fitly
known '.o Cltoug, tuit eeems to have
been a stranger to every body
else in the m i jhborhoi d. appiie 1 to Cnotig
for ;i night's lod'ttg. Chong gave up h;s
bed to the boy and UtMik ttimself to the
window nil!. About oflo. k this morn
itt.T. as near as can beiletermtned, the voting
iiitu arose and iieiiL.erat-lv iimrdeie-I his
beiiet'a.'tor, st;t:)hing him t'fteeit times 'n
fits left side, neck, face, leg, chest and ab.lo
meii. Chong was found an hour t r
two later lying dead on the tloor in a deep
puddle made by bis own blood. His Iow
e!s protruded, and the principal arteries and
the -pin-were severed. Toe wounds were
froin tw to four inches in length and
depth. His trunk had teen rans.u ked and
ao.mt -"o) uken. Tlure was no clew to
the murderer.
ALBANY'S GHF.AT DAY.
I in inli: Historical Hariiiou la All the
Churehen Ttxlay'a iiraiol
l'arA14.
Alhxy, N. Y., July is. A heavy win I
ami thunder storm today played havoc
with the decorations, but there still re
mains innumerable tl.igs and bunting dis
played fn every street. The incoming
trains constantly al l to the number of
strangers already here. The celebration
w;ts begun today by religious ceremo
nies in nearly every church in the city,
ami great crowds attended. At St. Mary's
Uoman Catholic Church a grand solemn
mass was celebrated. Bishop W'adebams,
of ( fgdensburgh, was the celebrant. Tlie
sermon was preached by Ilev. C. . Wall
worth, of Albany. The Jackson Corps, tlie
loc-tl military company, went through a
number of evolutions in the transept. In
evening a musical service was field in the
church by the Mohawak Indians from the
Caughnawiiga l!ecrvation. Canada. At ttie
Madison are. Church ifl lM? morning I If v.
Mr. Demurest, of New Brunswick, preached
an historical sermon to all the reformed
churches. uing a reading desk brought
from Holland one hundred years ago. A,
the First Informed Church, which was
founded in lbtJ, the pastor prea bed in the
evening from the old puljiit. The sermons
in all ttie churches were historical.
Tomorrow the great parade will take
place, and in the evening there will lie a
grand concert with a chorus of l"0 voices.
A PrtF.TTY HOMAN...E.
A .Milkman Married III Old Mwthert
Whom He l.e ft lUhlml Thirty
two Year Ago.
Fox Crf.f.k, Me., July IS. A romance in
real life culminated in Bingham. Thirty
two years ago Abram O. Savage, a young
man, U'cante encaged to Miss Flavilla
Cha lborne. Savage went to Nevada, neg
lected writing to his affianced, and she,
thinking him lost to her, subsequently
married William Basett. Their wedded
life ran smoothly for a time.
but at length he went to
Colorado. I'npleasant rumors of her hus
band s conduct reached the wife, and inves
tigation proved their truth, a separation
and dtviion of property was agreed ujm.
Mr. Basett returned to Bingham and a
friend of Savage wrote the latter, inciden
tally mentioning the misfortune of
his old love. Savage, who Lad
I'lrnme a millionaire. at once
started Fast; saw Mrs Basset t,
renewed Ids otTer of marriage, and af'er
thirty-two years of waiting the euly en
gagement whs at once terminated hv a ippef
wedding. The couple have j ist ?nrw-d (or
the IV-i'l. slope, followed lV th" best
wiLes of the eji:re i otti m u n i f v .
1 OH N TO A TOMS.
.. o 1 1 I !i i it -it I ntwce tlie l;in.fi-
fiire t.f Druiniitf nt nrt
n. te Killnl.
" i.k.-.tiiv Js i ijoi.i. n o,.-i're.
s nTii h,i in ,"4 di-:;s.-J i:.,.-4 r.e-.r the
; 1 -. . f a ni.vi r. m l i 'ri- ' I a
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OirnosTicationH vi' Po
lit:- a! AiJairaia MicliL' m.
mmmoL mm mm.
Cnangri I'l the 'jfile Comit!it!-e tt
the Tfirea ert.rS- Mr.f fc
Ci'lr J, but f t Ct.osf n
Nat M iiiri but Hjnjr
I tiry De-ir tr
lh.t a f e A' Aees n. .re !i.ri-t r iaj -e ! -r
f.-re it. e j--..,.;,.- of tt.e great all i -i.-r: ..
Mule 1. 1 Mi.h gtll Ailt l v,i.ljr. lii.,1 tic
heat of .4 Fail i j f n 1 -a V I) , alii alrr.ttv the
pi iiait id a.obotot.a a-jiratls are be
ing ,r ti 1 i. it ai i.r.irr lo resM- ht a t.he
a peii ram e is t hey jn- in rrvS hr f i r . he
.Uoiii, A ho Ui Us! j i.lge of thfif li.tlih il
denn rPS. Ttie c .ming tampiign proao-nr
o be i ne tif the iuo-1 ihU-rry.ii.g i.ii.1 i io-e-c
in tested lo tlie btate s h:!t,ry, ar.d h
lin:e All Ik.- h.-t (' e.tht-r
of the gr-al parties :n bidd
ing up th-ir broken fktas atid
l.e.il.tig b "a. Ah'ch hoA- exist. 'j he
ca in aijh whi. a is i.,.A- s i ci.-sflv at hut.d
j, .,t.s t1 ujiu-ua! itiieresf. iiisstuuc'i as
Iher-iale Let,l-!.4l .ire u.!.t choose a I iot-l
; utes .- ha'or to sui ced t 'n.ar D Of... r.
afl'l the i..il.ili is ti.ttlerflg IT the f.-.l:-
llon nt the long st. g- buh haru. tel d
tt.e J trry-llhbo .1 t'uonr t ohtst in lss
Willi each ot ihe tti'te great ptirt.es
D. in-... rat, ite. Mukck ai d Jb-punia uu -H
e hr-t great ligut vtillm t iruii tiii- . a-c-
llori ill a (.'i. kit man of the rr'.tle C oiiiiutltr-4-.
1 to- pre-icul t htnliian id t.he l'tin-ovrat.-
parly -Joint J. F.'-ught. of
Detrop, i ii s aiie.ely d- m .hs'raied
tii-ahtltiy as a "h Us let ' and his fitness ' f
Die t.,lti in is bevon 1 dolih', et thete may
be a change, A tinv lit i. e Ci: cud of vh.-ct.
tM i iiMiiiinn tit and there are hot a a-A
who would like Lo serf O. 1. l'.arin , ..f j
laiiMllg, returned to the p.i-itloIl he so long j
and ably h.i-f. F.ntight is caid to hare
Congres-ioii .1 asLiiratioii- .vtiuli t-ing me j
Case, he may hiuw.f ask to be relieved !
from liis p re-.en t position. Am oit-r ttie J
tireenbai kers there is a iliversay of ojf.n-
ion. Win. D. 1 u;ier, id .Newaygo, the
present Ciatrinan, is not adverse to another
term of otti e, and should the party insi-t
he would be g'u l to serve them. He has
achieved 'access f-.r the party m thrne J.lli-
cuit campu'gris. and met defeat but once a I
sfong point in his favor. He is looked up 1
to bv the tnemla-rs of his t artv as sincere !
, ; . . - .!
and honest m Ins motives and actions, and i
where he leads they will follow. Mose, VV. j
Field, of Detroit, fr f jut years chairiuan
of the ti.iti.st State coiu. n. ttee, would be .
Clad to siep into Mr. Fullers b!ioe, and
makes it no secret that he will tap I
his jirivate bank a-:count liberally j
during the canipaic't, should lie be chosen 1
to direct the management of affairs. has.
S. Hampton has a desire for the position,
but being bs;a:el at Harlor Springs he it
any
too lar in me woo is to oe reaonej. aiari.e w hile on the way to join tv . . i i s u.k'i-on
is not over anxious for ttie place, how- la.. , ;.a h ngc l Chir'ae:) of ll.em i'o t.ght.
ever, and s lould the iioiiiinatioit for Oui- v,,Illt. vtjth.irew" fair nt'is.ii ai d a-sa
gress in the Tenth fall t i the (ireeubat kers. j ciatisl vtitti hua. but he fought oh: of
he, as thn most availabi man, would fail thetn, one alter another, m i'ioriti NVw
into Congressman S. U. 1-. sh r s scat. The Orleans a. id Hsw.ia. e- apm- w ih
lU'publicans, too. are iu .ont4.'Wuat the uut a scntt.-h hiuiM-'f. but n ark oi -l Cr o(
same unsettled condition, and ti.. y j J.i.s .'wi'Hg.mists for Iif,.. Front that tur e -n
will ntt doubt cn..o.-e a .-ii;:- j hi-r ( uhui.ci us ore of the .-' ?..t'n
cessessor to Judge I'ete T. Vanzi.e, J tlJe l'i. ;.! S..as was e-t th'.:,. . N,-i
of Chs.riotte, W liase iiisnianage:iie'lt j it'ilil iii.e" pi-o'.ih! v (-tr-ii-l u. w,i.;f,.ls
of the last campaign nearly cost ihe R. pit v- ,, t j, I. ..! 1 1, .-i Hh...t;.r initr' :io i
licau party a deieat. The poriiioit of coo- Jen II- I'l m his rgv krieah. hf ie
mau is one which no one see us j s . ., a -d Virgiio.4. r, i ha 1 t. r is
although Judge anZiie w.iul 1 iike i i l
retained as a vindication of bis ac s
The handwriting however a;MMt o in-
wall, and it is very prohsD e that trie
'harloiie dis -ip!e of Bi ti ks-un.- win -a-p
sid. to nuke nut for Chas. W. Wtit-iit.s,
of this city, wlio so atuv condui t-si th- ,a
Coiigressiohai campaign in the F.f;h D.s
trtct.
Catididales far 1 overnor are as nuui -ro is
as h uekleiitrrks on a bush. and i
each oi the several aspirsnis has I
a large following ami ?iihta:i'.:al !
backing. The candidates of the Dencu rats I
are .nany, and each one af -ars to have
some strong pointer. Coi. Michael Shoe
maker, of Jackson, apears to have the pole
iu the race, and leads his outiftttors j i-t a
tntle. His age is the only Ih.ng so far
brougbt against him, but he bears, his
years welt, and in action and thought is
just in the prime f life. Senator H C.
S lcrw.vkd, of Watervliet. is the favotjte ot
the grangers, an J will form a consmc ious
ligure in the approacliiDg battle Wiu. L.
Webter, of Fast Sa;inaw, stands well with
his party, but would be opposed in the
convention and at the poos should he
te nominate.!, for ling instru. octal
in the kerss-ution of Thomas B Barry,
the "hero of tlie Saginaw Valley." Hon I.
M. Weston, of tins city, is prominentiy
menttotied, but expresses no dear. re j,,r t;,.
othce, and tning available as Omgres-jor al
tnuts?r,. may folate his inl-rnah.nal
chances f.r a vVash.ng'on outlook W. L.
Hancrolt, of Fort H nron, is being pushed
to tilt? front by his friends in th Seventh
Distric'; F.ugene I'ritigie. of Jacks m. i.
n.entioned as a dark horse, arc! other ie ,-r j
lights are starling midget booms.
The Greenback party anticipate !.- ing nn
irnportatit fa n.r in th acproa' ; j
ing c,i:iij'Ai.-n and it is' bre.
lv p..ss.t, e wi i ir-i-t on b :--g
a'.lowt I to n irn. the iov-rnar as a tioru i
ot t he pni-e of fii.i.ai M cu ;r-f tl.1- w;l'
meet A I'll ' l'' l .ij position a d ' CO be i
the lie aris of s vert ' the e l ; t i 1 1 g h c. ! - ' .
cah 1 1 on '' e. n ! p -i v ari d l he ' Vni -
. r:t. !'!' the ht.l-cs Aid i,',s..i oi t, '
-Cn i ci ' I'e (:--( a-n s w hit fhr, i
mat I'e D- ra's a oi -"t ft.l i .. : I J
the Cm e 1 - 4-o- h .... i !... ..',;
s-i-'lc ' t. v of o'r, a d hrrif"hx w u ' '.'!
ii-M,.i or"fi lU s a'- 'I- k't mt n, 1
t. 'i . a aid t !a-nl 1 'i i r a g 4 is .
e ... -.). to t'-:s lot. o J J- ;
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1 M
HE WILL DIE FIRST
Th-j Giand Old Man Will
Battle; tor Ireland.
TtiE 51 0 S03 I.VJST tt ErEf.
GlsditOne 1'iff fvirWr d tjy a Fr"-Ch
J jar n st I i-t, ami He Sf 'tti M.'h
l-c'iiy and no.riets
t t H, V.' it k
I'ai.is. .!,.! v 1- . '
i'ierv ie w : .. !. on- of
Mr. il,t i.'i.iic, i i a '., ', 1
t i sn. : l .ii' I. f.i s w
j-:.-, and the Ifh n
'itupa. t iicinority, u t.
I..- a'! the p-.--.i.
ii C. at'i e g ;l.f ..
A !,.
V . d
i.re e! h.,ps I s
ll:.'i-t o-4- 1 than 1
' "f t,.-.-o .,:. r
'-':ed to 1 l.e a'! .
li.-i.o.-.i. it ! :.-
1 Aoii.4 r tire
- . ,!d i.e o ai-
.!..!, l-.hi-i f e .;
i-e a.. 1 inspir:! g
hot -,-i h to ):; p.-u
o'h-r ! h.n . v .
h.n !
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r r.-i.-it g so i.
v Ii !.. pe, l! 1
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sohe't: pe pie a', ! J i
haV-- lived.'
A FAMOUS MAN DEAD.
Nnl Iturttllii," tl Ciitt sl4j '.ttll.r,
Ho a .f Heart I'Utit. -i
f til i arret.
'k.K !.
Stamu kn. N. Y.. July ls-F.lward .. C.
.Itidsoii .. Ned I'mnii -ne . ti.e .-: or k - a r , t r.
died of L-art d.slite at "h.s 1 "i,.e lore 1 :i
d.t aftf rito .n. He was i.J ers .f a..
V ,.. , . ( , , i ,t
lien twc.ve vc.irsi.hl he entere ! Ihegcv-
-niineiit J-erviiea an apprentice .-i lardof
a tnan-' f-war. A year later l'r.-si. n-iit Van
;;lsr vUX hint a (..ituniioii - i..; !-. i,
, , ,
,na:i f 'r ""rit"r""" r"": Ii" -t ;;i r"' ,!;C
,'''w "f a l-at run dj n by ;i 1 ui-on JVrry
Uvtt n F.ast river. Your J u.i-k ci wa a-
signed to the Levant, tuiar had-hi,.".' n
refused t'J Miesy with hlitl tf-i if l-e he !j id
b-en a common sailor o-f., !!,. u,:,t. and
j -u by m'l.r.t, sj-e.l at d v -t
which were got in battle. !! "a -t u-t
.-atei f.r the attuv and t.avv '! e tit:.- ,
I
O.l-cit I ri:,,.' to hoti a- . !.:
the r l.-ii'on nf js , ,
His ;jr.t i-torv. " I'1 e C-phi
I ig." as
p..hiisind in the A".. .'.. f... t, r
i. nder t.' e p-ru 1 tnvi.i id "Ned J'cr
in ls.'.s. w hen in his ,', . ,. et.; n t. r
ski t.-n brought i;, t .r.et k" to th'-
w riu r and hghter. w ho ja' i
,..1 ;1. l.ig.t as f . v i u v-.tr f
.L:eof his int:u and !. Fi r
tiii income : a ft-nrv a r:t- 1 r -.
t; y y ;i'
l-:-;i ifi
iJ" O"" af.hti.tllr. He or.'-e c-t'a.i i ' J '
in si-. w-eks. and nt ati.thfr tare it..), r
ir4's-uv, wrote bi;k of s't hi:. 'tel .ad
ten i iges I:, sixty two !. c.rv .truly
sleeping r tating d.i:b;g that t.n.e.
- - -
A DfFIANT ANARCHIST.
11a Thr Ntens t In.lin lVlte ai,.t H
fne in M-p -n V 1 r-u e
A rrtaff .
b)Mi"v, July I. re-p t.i i all
iue.i last week a large b nj f S .. -t
tnet at th? junction of Iie':l-t. and I i ig ar
road to. h. y. M illiAms. tl.e S. at lea r
who w as t ..m i rned isi the 1 -a'a gur - ,
nr tirr. and the -;;! , ,ti; ji-.t. was on
spicu iu- y he'id sr. 1 front of tl e j-Hther-jt'C
The v.',:,-e or-a-r4- S the ffs d t- ii
p4Te Wiihim r'f:-e.l ; . . ' ...v t rder
and t! e crowd i;pb id h rt h.si V i-n
o . a i e a ; -ee. h . oj m hi. h -k i that if f be
po'i a- prsis...i in jh. r rsa.-v of d:-; - g
T"t "' ' ''" ""'-l t 'h-ae t,
" -e- o t t;n;n. m ' ;. ', 1
. : r e of ie-r. r to Ce g ar'n
I! c -o ''-. .i; i-Hnritlv i ;arO
x'e-.: ..f :h ,r a a h -:i v i -, )
:a.:s
"'e a
h.'l" ' r-tes- 4.
A CH-"-5M IN F L.:UU.
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of the I'.. .;. . (;fJt
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B t "-j.f k a: 1 ii C Jr.,.,
whom A ill . s k e t a ;. , j
a.'ld be jilt". 1' -as., ,
s'r..gga-r. Ihe S.',.a:
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y I he . t ;.-r 1 a ..
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rridav at 1
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and Aid ai gh a j
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:ty :u ,;s way,
is roj '. te a . i,l
t toihdrel p.. ml-. i'i :.;r ;t m..t
of ttie l tttrilt. W.- e . : '...He n i a Tr
t-rter Was - ti. :;.' 1 trv.rlti' .iktrl!,p
f.re. ,o'i. ct .j. ,. k. i a a ay. A haar as
'Hfi t-e re- . j e!aidd- ob
w ere K- f. 1 d, , S-. I , .1 4 " f t .g-;;., a. -a;,-..-,
0. 1e p .i,i,.l .f I 'll. ic -',4. cak of b .'t.f-
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ht'l of p a hes g t.-r. w .g.-M.
thus,- ts -5 1-! 4.1 1
ore but 1 . V , :..-i, rjn , 4 ,,.,
cat h'..! tr , ., :, . . t. t ..t the j.-..J
!ef ,re l. hn-g 'I .s 1. t a s.g. -a!.! Ih-e
1. f tak. 11 the ; -. . i t , lae :n tea i:
l.i -s ad :. ' si s ,0,. !, ;;',, 1 t tl
lut Vegas. s.a.. j,,,. , a--d fior 1 e :.4te
p !'.!". lie ', e,-fc! or. w . 1 I . '.-. t
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A Oi k S '.. . h ; I
e 14 l.l.'.iM- 11
truly a a.-- t.
and" J'a-'.r.
i loved i.:
i-t r..4ht .it l'.nrV
if I a i :. 1 . 1 1 e is
i 1 :d t.an i -t ' fr-f r
g ..e it,'. Mi.-s,, ;n
Me-s's .i. .. ,'i v ta, 1 J !. f-- -hi c a
' at rait '-i ' I .a ta-ce 1 a in t.-te
s' i'-, t.f i 4 , . g ! -r: 1, , , -j . re Mr 1. g.-'-s
I hen s.-.i.g " No. . f, ! , !, .-..:.k ! t f.,f.,
ano' 1 r ' jt run t 4- , .tire-- -g to
af.ow thai I ' A 1 1 , ; -. M V. ., k t,n ." i.hi.!,'
lie. n b.at, f:'l,"i s n.if of 1. A I4- ". .11 the
lut e lii.it.-'. : ,,
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I'mitm f.f I n.nl ttlfhta.
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n-y r )-'. 'a' h-.c, . . t-r lt at I'. w. r",
but as a t. ar a f a '-a' tg the ruM of!
fr..m my Mi.:j mv. I ! ad n a i 1 1 a .. nd,
prolail.lv l a la rlk r d Va..a'ee. .a pt
if tag dak s. p ; j. !.,i,n ! I 1 f
w triii r, a'.-1 d oi. t i ...j f. ,r, .., ,t . I . ; e.vf
V. ill jh- f .. ,te tl'J s j. ,M . ( . p t . - i 1 a
ah.. r,f ail 'ed.
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It ' iii ,'p4-'-' th ll -H' l .h.'il th 'l
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In i-i.i.V'-m.: .'; A i h a gen' ie aan '! the
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