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y tha ohlost HBWS
per IwtwOTn Tim Dallas
unci Wtnitsiiiticot; the Inr
gwrt rirritiation, thmuforo
in th Issst for nilter lifting.
Is n inw"ji,r for the
jrcoplc, hilxiiiiii; fr the
mw)!c mill oietm; the sen
timents of tin' people of
iU u ii (imnt County.
r.-.vm,v em; gima't couxrr. oiucaox, tiiuhsda j; ,r, r, 5.9a
.Yum tier IS.
THE GRANT COUNTY NEWS.
rum.miKii xvchv tiiviwdav mukni.su
Cclltor nnd Proprlotor.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Stiltwriplion 1 year in nilvmico S2 CO
If not paid within !l month . S:i 00
Six Months 1 CO
1 hro .Month
j it mo
I 3 mo
53T For standing display ads only.
All ltoadui'' Xolicos in Local
loluinn will bo clinrgotl nt thu into
of 20 conts por lino for first, anil 10
cts onch subesqtiunt insertion.
Spocialratos to rogular mlvorlinors.
"Wn auk niEi'.Mini) to execute
h fine Job PfinliogjjK
Of ttYEItY IIKSCIUI'TION, CUKAl'l.Y
Posters, Doilgors, IJilllionds, Latter
bonds, Xotohouds, Stnto
l'ltlNTEl) TO OHIIKIt.
... .0. I. Hiizoltine.
. . .George Shearer.
X. II. Holey.
W. II. Johnson.
II. II. Davis.
; J. AV. .Mack.
. ... O. 1'. Cresap.
, . . . CIiiih. Timins.
.... M. N. Houliuin.
.... W. W. Hinton
Dint. j.uig(.s 7,;,
a ino.i A. f eo
l)it. AVorniiy . . .
C. V. Hyde.
AF & A M Canyon City I-odgo
So. $ 1 menu Huttirtluy on or before
ouch now moon.
I O O F HoUih Lodge Xo. 22,
Canyon City, rogulur meeting Thurs
day e filing of (null weuk.
Mountain View l-txlit No. !l!l, Prairie
City, Saturday ovouitigs.
A O U W Homer loclgo No. "8,
Canyon ,;ity, .Mondiiy owuting:!.
I O G T l)'y LnlgoXo. 80,
Cinyon City, Saturday ovuning.
C A R Hancock Post No.
Ml Jiilin Hay, Tuiitilny evening on
or Ix-fo v l a It full moon.
Oinalia, Kansas City, Cliicailo,
ST PAUL, ST. LOUIS.
AND ALU POINTO
Hast, North South,
J. S. WILSON - Tlckot Aaont.
DUPLTY tTOCK IXSl'HOTOHS.
Xotico in horohy f,'iV(" tli t I havo
thiK day appoints! tho follow inypor
ton liopuiy Htook iiiBjiscioru for
(Irani county, Orojon:
L. II. Juhnwn, . .
John H. Bilker,.. ,
John O. I .'ico
1J. H. lllaukwell,..
L. .M. Jolnifoii. . . .
, .Lony Crook.
. . I'r.iirio City.
. . . .Hamilton.
15nj. Hun-ittker, . ,
W. W. 1 1 into v.
Stool: Inspector forClmnt Co., Or.
May 7th, 1890.
E. E. BURLINCAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE VlabKtory
Gold & Silver Bullion "tftf'WWJ&iS
Q W. HAHIIUH, SI. I).
IMiyslfluu A. Suri;Mii.
O.wvo.v Citv : ; Orwgon
Olllw not iliir to Co. Truuri)r'
ollice. .Main iStrwit.
OHlt, ,M, I).
l) torn on Mln Stfi Im IImii UtMHilf oti
wmt vj it. uowira.
I. II AZKLT1NK.
CANYON CtTV. 0KKQ0N
Paiiiush t Cozai).
ATrOItXKVS AT LAW.
Canyon City, - . Oukco.t
J7J A. KXIGHT,
CVNYON CITY - - OllEOOy
Ortlee ovevr John Suhmiilt'H cabinet
Bhop; ofllco honiH from Dam to i p m
ALL- WU1IK WAIIHANTED.
I'l opriotor of the
John Day Milk Ranc
Fresh milk delivered daily to n
ciiHtomoin in John Day anil Canvon
citieH. (Sivo mo vonr ordorx.
P 0 HOKSLKV, .M. I).
CiIIAIU'ATKOK TIIK If Nl VKBHITY 01
Innsylvaxia, April 8, 1818.
Can von Citv, Ort"oii.
O lieo in liin Dni Store, .Main Stieet
Irdein for Drn'H promptly ti!lod
No profoHional patruiiiigo Molictcil
ur.iHH ilirt'otiotiH nro strictly followoil
J. W. 3VX hoIl,
I'liAiiiiK City ... Oiikiion.
Alrio A "out for tho Halo of Soliool
13 13 1ST rV I J3 T .
11 'a minted.
r .If ))rk
A B. ELMER.
Assayei 6 Analytical Chemis
.Make Ahmivm or toxin of all kimla
ICxamino Mini'H, ptcparu Mapo of
nnd roportN on mime
IJT Or.ler.1 l.y mail will meoivo
V O ltov 111, ItnKcr (ily Ocii.
J. L. B. VIAL & SON.
Hakkii City, - Ouwion.
V'OLINS nnd CUITAR8.
M.fi) l l...n n VfMietU.
Oppohilo Union Mont Market,
Main K'ivi t
llooti or alio, mail U oijar. ar riMlly rl'J.
All WorU Warranted rrt-oln
-r -5 tt "J We have hoC EAPEST and llesl
nurrnicn, -u m WOven wire fencing
I t.-i R'KWVVIro Ropo eolvngo.
. . . OitwiON. ; ky...r..... .
A DETECTIVE STORY.
Tracking a Burglar.
ISurglnry nnd nttomptud iiiunlor!
TUat wm thu ulinrgu. Thu burglar
lnul fcnH.Hl, and the tusk of can.
tu ring It i in wax given to me. It
did not prove muIi ii Inml task is
I exiK'CtcsI it to ho when I had
Ileum only tho lirst roKrt, hut It
wrs I'liuiigh to try n limn 8 nerv
oeforr nil wan over.
'Thero's not much to go upon
Crinlv," mid thu ohiof of out do
lmrtint'iit wlien ho was nuttiiiL' mu
upon tlio who. "Yon mul go out
there, anil I havu no doubt yon I
inuko sonietlHiig of tlio inattor.
That win; a com jiliment, and it
wits very plnant to hour it from
tlio chief, nnd I imiiicdiatoly went
1 he houso was in n vutv retirw!
rond nt Highmito. When the door
was openwl to me, I asked to sue
.Mr. Itowloe, and that goutlomun
mauo iiu npponmnco in a very
I had onlv to introduce mvulf
Hft .Mr. C'rinli-v, detwtixo, cnlltnl to
make innuirien ooncorninu the rol)
hcry and the murderous antmnlt, to
ins ire a very cordial reception.
" 1 he ritical Ims not left uven a
fiKitmtirk lieliind to trace him lv!"
eselaiincd the injurcl .Mr. l!owlo.s
6iHiii after lie had conducted mo in
to the iMirlor.
".Men who follow such linos of
hiiftine soliloin do," I said. "l!ut
nri. in..., , n',r ,1
onil-.. .ii.il lit
flfrr h.k li. ri
trol), nii.l lit' mi, l.t UUUUUUU
lmr huKI Hill' rniutl foico. th. i merit
it tltr fWtfl'IV f MHVC.l WxliilH's
Hobciliue l the nui. t in ul tnciil, anil
It liUtoivta ni.usH lit? iii.iju ,il rf-
ftcli of lliU j.rriiar.-.li.ni l:nf lictrn ultcit
t-tl ti) iIioiimiihU nl tli.' trailing l.i'lU'H i.(
society ainl llic hj jr. It ! tlir onlv arti
cle tver tli'orfil hIiicIi uivi'i a Xnlur-
til uml ttoutiht lint to tltr tM:ni)lcioii.
ui ine tunic linn- iiiiion.H' hi riMiuiii iih
of the face itml . im. nmi l.-nvim,- i tic
kkiii u n, biiuxtili mil viivi'tv p. !.u
Inn;; ( ecu the ittu.l) 'it iIiiiiuhU tu tiro-
du. c mi article tii.it nliilc it mi ul. I briu
lily the complex im. uunlii nlm liftvc tho
merit of Im in Jlinii,Vit, but those two
iniiirtutit qualitic vine iicm r I'totilil
together until combined in
Hardware, MiiierH1 Supplies, Etc, Etc
llvdrnulie I'ipe and all kintlu of
'inware mnniifacturotl to order.
I'hc only Tin-Bhop in lirant eoun
aml etui)ped for all manner of
Hr REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. TOY BKCKl
STOP IT HOW.
BOON IT WML DC TOO CATC.
I l.vc trrn Iroiil.lol luaiiv vtar.Miili
ilunK . ftlif Udl.r lli.l li.vc Innl
iiuny tlttlrrrnt iniintie t havr
KiuKlit i'l frum tllirtriil ih.nun
wilhuut tcllcf Alomlllic IMli u( April
I w uHiiiik tiuiu vriy vwlrut
ntlack that aluxnt i.nUalr.l iiic In
imhi inaiinrr thai I wit tn-lit uver
Wliru I ul iluwii It Mu. lnu.l imtillr ("r inc
la I'd im loiir. or In nut on my clullirt. wlieii
kiiut fruYhlMM.- ! I)i llriiley.
(lIUtlioN' KlliNI'.Y TI'.A, lu my
Itoltl. I Imtiinllalrly ruiiiinrnml
uliik' t II M'I "" olmutt
mlraculoin ttlni. iitul tu the nUuii-
Itliinriit of nil the Ktirttt nt the hotel,
(cw ilnv. I am uatn.v to ktatr.
Itutt 1 a new man. I vtlll?
rwuiumriut the Ira tu ull RlllUttil
nt I luu Ittn.
r.. a Tt;i'i'i!K,
I'luinlclur (Xvl.lrnlul Hotel,
flOW'S YOUR FENGE?
to 1NCIIKII 111 Oil AT CO CEHTS TEIl HOD
J.an i.aM.n. I' 'iilir ami hl.wk rii. mir
i... ami wiill ha tialr. Ui tualrh I'rlrtalow rl
l.w I.... i. I'rrluhl 1'mI.I. Hrnil I of c In ulara
tin ii it I la in mat r nrnu. , luuiui, ill.
I'm. AiiM.ti i..s a4 tr.nirrtiu
prlinps I shall he nblo to tinee
homo of the stolen nrojwrty. If I
do that 1 ihiro wty I etui run down
the thief. Let me ee tho place
where you wore attacked, plence."
I was coiitliicteil up the ituir.
and into a msngo or lobby which
rnn frbm the Imck of the fiotiu to
n door loading into n front bed
room. There was a door on eacli
side of thin passage, each giving
ndmittunco to another bod loom.
Two suiallur doors belonged to
elOisets, in winch a variety of things
not in immediate use, wore dex)S
ited from time to tune.
"This is where 1 caught the vil.
linn," said Mr. Howies, planting
his foot firmly on the carpet near
one of tho bedroom doors. "This
is my bedroom, yon see," he con
tinned. "I retired for the night
about eleven o'clock, but 1 had not
gone to bed. I put on a dressing
gown and sat down to write a cou
ple of letters. 1 thought I would
come home and smoke a pipe with
Air. Ainger if he should come
home before I had laid down.
Well, I wrote my letters, and was
sitting near the lire thinking of
friends in Australia, nnd one thing
and another, when I heard a sound
out hero that drew my attention.
I listened intently a few seeoiuU,
when I distinctly heard u low,
rustling noise that appeared to
come from the closet, in which mv
boxes are laid.
"I got up then, ard going to tin
I suddenly threw it
open, ni.il saw a lug fellow on ins
knees, with a small dark lantern
on a bo beside him, busily turn
ing out the contents of a leather
trunk in which I had a large sum
of money and Boverftl gold and sil
ver nieknaeks of some value."
"Did you not seize him while
you had such an opportunity i" I
as l; el
"I seized him, sir, but I missed
the opportunity while he was kneel
ing, lie replied, as if tho reeollue
lion made him iinm y with himself
,.MI I .1 .1 I
i ne liniment i inrew tne hdoi
open the villain sprang to his feet
like a Hash. I nnc a shout am
attempted to grapple with him
when he actually threw liiniM'lf in
to my arms. lint I somi fount
that I could not keep him t licit'
without u struggle, lie was a big
Irowerltil lellow. lie tried tu
throw me, but I hate learned
enough of rough wrestling to In
able to hold my lround tuvltv
well. Our struggling made eiiotigli
uoue to awaken everybody in the
louse. I lieu nl the front door
bang loudly. Mrs. Ainger tit y
stsier, sir ran iroiu Iter room
screaming, and met her husband at
thu top of the slairs. Then the
fellow loosed his hold of me, and,
as tpiiek as thought, a great sheath
;info like a dagger Hashed before
my eyes. I lie robber stabbed at
my face, but i was (iitiek oiioiijdi
to avoid the blow, and the point of
tbe weapon sanlc ileep into tin
frame of the door behind me.
.l.p hat tf.I-1 ill tho tain or a rmilo
vhkh. from ovrfnr linir, uullnHl ulut
nmi felt ri'T. f-i)iiiif to lilm'lfr "Hy
laihur, (Uiclr. m u liluli im tllr.1 mnr,
kinl 1 um hit nun chilli In nnil inn)
rinrlt." Noit d.i) ho wiu ilik nrnl uctiry;
In. then rti'liilinr.1 1 "I mint hntn liin'l'i
mlilnku; in fulhi r. after nil. ci.iihl hmu
l'ii only an ion." A nmti, nftrr eatlnir rt
K'.ihI illiuirr, mur ful i itraiairuntly Joy.
ii. mi hut not O.iy l th.n'l i it an )mi (u
Infer ho fcla liku an iul ho It mrly nmi
itrltu. hi ttonmt'h a ii' I live nro eluirtrlali,
hu la uiorua", ill J" imI- n t uml "out
aorta" Kuurrnlly, l'nr liulluratliui, 111),
loiianr&t nil'l ull ilrrany. nirnla of tin
Ftiimucb. I.lyrr ami lu.wil. Dr. I'l'Tii'i
llnlil.'n Xodlcjl lllacrmiry la nn iiriciiiiihil
llrniixly, I'liiilaliK no iil'i'lc j In Im l.rl
alu; nu ayriip or auirar lufrruinil ami ile.
raneo tho dii'i-alhii iinxi-4. Ilclnniwi
tho iriliui a:i'I iiinn Jinivlra. hloliln-a,
erii.tina ami all Skin uml Hi nip lliM'iuua,
hrnifiilou.1 im'ch Hum, hi I'l'vur-iMirri, 1 1 lit.
Joint Dlacaao, tfwtllumi ami Tiitiuiia, )l. lj
to lu iixirnr alt' ratlvn i.rr.prrlk'a,
WoliUi'S llmi'tsiltuif Mn.lt'AI. Ai0.
cunu.t, Maiiufartun n, liuffiiiii, K, y,
flfflTfNl litr mi
IncumW" cum of I'alarrli
III thu Head, lir thn iiroli-
rlrl.ira l.f llr U...'! I'..
Urrli licraedr. Omy U) ueuu. tkil4 hr
There is the hole it made."
As he spoke the last words, ho
pointed to a deep, broad gash in
tho wood, wbi 'h only a blow of
great force could make.
"Did not the assistance of Mr.
Ainger enable you to overiwwer
the man f l asked.
"No, sir. If we had overpowetl
him, I shoti'd not wuut your as-
asstntauco in luuliui' Him. I wan
much more oversown I. The fcl
low wrenched luinsel away before
Ainger could reach tli. lie sprang
along the ptssage and down the
stairs in about two strides, and was
out through the window of the
back kitchen, and lost to sight in
hs time than l rwjuiro to tell you
so. Mr. Ainger found a police
man and told hi in; then he went
oil to the station, which is a pretty
long step from this place, and w lieu
he came back I was busy examin
ing my trunk and liuding out
what I had lost. I had a lantern,
a screw driver and a locket left in
place of more than a hundred
pound in coverings and notes, and
a black leal lair case that contained
a watch, two diamond rings, and
some gold ornaments for a watch
chain. A few other things of less
value were taken too."
"Are all who were in the house
hut night at home now?" t acked,
whon Mr. Howies had concluded
the story of his adventure.
"i suppose all rre in the honsu
except one and you know i wish
i hail him here just now," he re
plied, ni'comparying tho latter
words with a grim smile.
t tolil linn t desired to see only
the servants who slept in the house,
i did not wish that any alarm be
excited ainoutr them, as if they
were suspected. They might he
ulled together or separately while
he showed me the way by which
the robbur had escaped. Mr.
Howies at first protested that nei
ther ef the girls in the house could
know so much about the uluiii' as
he did, but consented to speak to
Mrs. Ainger on tho peint, who set
tled the mutter as i desired.
My walk through the house,
from the bed-room floor to the
kitchen, produced no addition to
my knowledge, i looked over the
little kitchen garden, on which the
window oponed, but without making
any useful discovery
The wall at the end of the gar
ill. IIIL- l-IIU III 1 1 II- KlU
.. .. . . n.
leu was nearly eltibt loot in lieiKht.
I'l. . . .I.o., i.. ii .v..i..l. .......
.. I . . ... I I I ..." .1.
. in ... ,i..t it iiji ill Ii. .1111111 inml- I
eu on a narrow nine lorineu nv tunn
ing but garden walls on both sides
through the entire length.
"Did the burglar escape by that
denr?" I asked.
"No sir. Tho door was bolted
when we came to it. I lu must have
sealed the wall."
"Hut tho wall is high for a big,
heavy-bodied man to scale so quick
ly, I "aid.
"Yes, he was big, and he must
have Ixien as suple as u monkey.
Hut that is the only way by which
ho could have gone," replied Mr.
"It is odd, and lianllv lobe eretl-
it d," 1 said, "hut we must accept
the fact, it seems."
While in thu garden, ami speak
ing ol (lie burglar, I bail secretly,
but very rlotHy, scanned t!i" face
if tin- housemaid who was with us.
She was lull and decidedly nretlv,
whili' in her form and face there
w.is an air ot intelligence ami re
lim ni' iit greater than is to Ix- found
in ail ems ol her class.
Hut there was also a pained and
troubled expression on her features.
Thai might lie set down to a niiin
XT of causes wholly foreign to the
business I was tluu engaged in, but
it oxcikd mv euiiosity none the
When Mr. Howies iii"itliotied tic
sue and agility of the robber who
ind escaiM'd on Hip preceding night
I notice I th.it the troubled exprei
sum ol ber luce became ileepciteii
Why was this? Detectives are ac
cum . I of lustily arriving at conelti
sums, and I at once suspected very
stronly that there was somu kind of
i. um i tion lietwcer the robber and
(he thoughts then correct in her
Our insM'ctiou of tbe garden l
nig liinshed, 1 intimated to .Mr
Howies that I wished to press my
inquiries au thor with thu house-
tuai I and her lellow servant.
"I siipiiosii you must do what you
lltiitk necessary to forward the ends
ii justice," be said; but I must
ik you to 1e careful in your que-
.mug. I he vouiig lady you call
iKiiM iiiaid is really the friend nnd
iinpauiun of my sister, though she
(ills it servant's place. She stands
even higher in my opinion than in she did not like tu sjs ak the taint
my sister's, and I would rather my ed name aloud,
money should Im lost nnd the thief, I thanked her. and immediately
go free than that her fet'lint should went to .Mr. Bowles, from whom I
le hurt in connection with tho mat
I satisfied Mr. Howies that I knew
the projH'r deference thst should be
shown to n young Indy, whpreuK)n
he left me to use my discretion.
The young l.nly in question didn't
try to avoid I he mUrviow I desired
" " ...v... ...w in,.! I ivu I IILTIiUII.
few leitdinu oiiestlons oliciiml tl.
inlorninlion she could give, but bur.
story was so interesting and so im
Hirtant to me in its hearing on the
ease that 1 must give the substance
of it here as brielly ns I can.
"I did louk troubled when I heard
lite robin r was a big and iKiwerful
in.tn, and I will ti ll von why," nliu
said. "Two days ago a man called
hero to see me. lie is a big, power
ful num. I don't know wiiar he
may be doing now, but about three
years ago he bore a very bad char
acter. Mr. Howies' description of
the roblier brought him strongly to
my mind, nnd I thought he might
Mssibly be the man.
"Are you acquainted with this
man?" Do you know him intiina-
telv?" I nsked.
Oh. no?." she replied shrink ine-
ly. "Kefore he called here 1 had
not seen him for more than three
yearn. Then he was a hail man.
My brother kept his eonnmnv. and
tney eomniiiteii homo crime togetlt
er. lor which mv brother is still in
prison. This matt was tho princi
pie od'ender. I am sure, but he es
ca )cd punishment."
"Why did he call niton you?"
"1 don't know why; and that has
made ine must uneasy since tho
loblwry last iiitrht. Ho actually
mentioned the rich Australian gen
tleman who was staying in the
house. When I saw'biin I could
not stand in the door speaking to
such a man as I had known him to
be. Hut 1 did not send him away
directly I did not like to make
him augrv, Im'c.iuso he might cause
a disturbance. When ho said ho
wanted a few words in private with
me, I thought he hail some news of
my brother, and I turned into tho
little spare kitchen with him."
"I only e.tlled to see how you
were getting on, Mary,' ho said.
'Somehow, I'd been thinking of you
as kkii- Turn Drew's sister, and 1
thought I d conic There'n no of--
i i . .
icnse, i imp,-, i see you ve grown a
lady. I don't sitpixise I II over
make n gi'iitlcni.iii, ymi know, Mary;
but I'vrt turned uver a new leaf, uml
! I'll to gel lie. in v I ill I if row as rich
.... ,1, I. , I . .1 .1 . .
IIH I hill A r.i inn .'mil lluil'j lii-itur
.i i n ... .
'' me nous nuw. us prime to
wheic tbi v diir uold by the
shovelful. A little of that precious
stub" would be useful to p Mir folks
here wouldn't it Mary.' And
thy'ed still hive plctity'in ire than
they could spend if the'v did share
"Tho man touched mc on the
arm, and I shrank from him. He
then iK'gsii to praise the house so
many lloors, so many rooms, and
actually two sets uf stair! li t left
soon to my gn at relief, but he had
gained some information about the
house and the people l.y his seem
ingly careless lemarks and indirect
"What you have told me may be
of gn at service, miss," I s.tid. ' "!
must ask you to give me this strange
"I tun sorry I cannot do that I
ilou t know Ins name," she replied
"Well, that is imfortiiii it" Hut
von say it is about three years since
lie was implicated in somectime for
which your brother suffered! What
is your brother's name?"
"J times Drew." she ic p'icd, in a
low voice, which make me think
' "Ull 3 O,
tililTi'icit Ni'iuty 'llilrlj Veara.
17 N I'h. i. r hi , I .ilUiw.rv, Mil.
Vurntatlr jn year. I .ml. n l with rhi uuia
tl in tu arm aiiJ tli ui . totil.l ti.t lift my
arm a- Ihan lu . 111. M Jait.UOIl
turtitlll ' W II IIIItwtiUN,
THE CHARLES A;V00ELERC0.,D.lUmr.,aU.
obtained a more particular descrip
tion of the several articles ho hail
It)'!, in addition to the money.
(rO.Vri.Vl'KI) NKXT WKKIC
Tho King of Sweden recently
receited a letter from a young far-
. Ill , .
'. """. " ho '! been drafted for
military service, tu-gging lint al"j
esty to release him and let him
ioin his lelatives in America, who
had just sent him a pnsngo ticket.
The king did so.
The owners of a traveliiin show.
which included in ih annuals, a
number of beais, have been arrest
ed at Tresehino, Hungary, on a
charge of murdering a tramp nnd
throwing his body to thu bjars,
and they devoured" it.
Philip Ileiison, a planter living
near Corinty, Miss., is believed to
enjoy the proud distinction of hav
ing tho longest heard in the world.
He is six feet six inches in height,
and when he stands erect his whis
kers reach to tho ground. When
the wind blows through them it
must create cnni?ernblo of a com
motion. A shoe factory . t New Canaan,
Conn., . has just made a pair of sIiooh
for a Cba.li.tle, X. ('., man They
are the biggest ones ever made.
The sie is Xo. ,'!'J. K.teh shoo in
'JO inches lo'ig and eight inches,
wide. The man who is to wear
them is a clergyman. 0 feet 10 in.
tall, ami wcijhs lit) p muds, and
the country n which he dwells is a
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tlMiclli ami Oiiil.t.iin... Murr .1 i i ..inlral thai
tht ontliurt Uml.. ami ,m i Im, ...l.l In rouiL.il.
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Wriie fi r i.ilid .yu. . Address, Hon.
Daniel 1'. Ileal., Washington, X. J.
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