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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 12, 1888, Wellsville, New York                                 ■■ - ___:■... ...._______- ____________  r%\ V . ^ 'ri  l-tk-.t- r " \ "  ' : . • .Jf - - -  J l'i '  í^í s/- J..  VOL. 8. No. 2iScj  WELLSVnXE, H T., THXTRSDAY. JULY 12 1888  ptfpejto Ctegjr ÌNwi  A BIG CUT  ON ALIi-r  S  MEYER ISAACS  DKilt<mt IN  -AT-  C.H.nSHER'5  lleincmbcr we are Headquarters for  C A RPETS  ANI», AS t'.Si;At., TIIK IMlinKS WlMi IUI  THE  CLOTH IHG  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  Ijats, Caps, Truijks  I am now  FULLY PREPARED  ff  To Meet xiir. Waììts of ax-Ij mt  ano ttie PüBLIC!  wrrii THE  Most Compiete and line of  CLOTHING  full  GENTS'  1 J  S  mm  The Very Latest News Gathered Fresh From Every Quarter.  THE REPUBLICAN CLUBS  THEY RATIFY THE NOMINATION OF HARRISON AND MORTON.  This Week we will sell  Choice New Dates at 7e. a pound, Larije fr<sh oocoa nuts at 5 cents,  Nice fresh Lemons at 15e. a dozen. Good roasted coflfoe at 20c., Besfe.mitmogs at 7o. an ounce and give you a nutmefc ^rrater free of cliarse-  J?'.UK a5 OENTrf wo will give you a lar^ie 35 ceut bar of «oap, ouo box of tacks, box of bluinii, bos of blackinK, 1 paper of piuB,aud a piickaKe of hair pius, AiiiiPOB 2) GENTS—really worth 50c.  5 bar-i Tulip soap 25o. and a cako of choice toilet soai3 free 3500 tooth nicks for 5 cents. 4 pounds of beat Turkish prunes for 23 cents.  3 pounds of raisins 25c. . .........  TWO POUND CBNT TEA FOR $1, and ONE POUND ---FREK,—  BANANAS.  Wo are uow vfCiiiving weekly coii.siij;n-laehts of very choice, lar^io BA^n ANxVS.  lRenriember,we have the largest store, the largest stock, and bur prices are  lis. Caps, iiunh & Valises  And Every thing; in the line of  SPRING AND SUMIVIER  MENS' OUTFITS. DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON  MEYER ISAACS,  Tho Leading  Clothier & Furnisher,  WELLSVILLE, NEW YOllK,  McEWEN BROS.  WELLSVILLK  NEW YOUK  Tlufy S»y Tfcwy I>l»cJ«lm AH Rte^t to Representation in ih» Itegalar Convention, But Will Work With All Thelf H«art«*T1ie National Commute« Chosen u Campaign Commftt««.  Sauatoga, N. Y., Jnly 12,—Tlio conreti-tion oi tho Ijoague of Republican clubis re-ossemWrtl- nboiit 5 p. m. yest-ortifty. Tbe committ«« on resolutions reporbPfi tho following platform which ttm atiopto<l:  Iliwolvr«!, Tliat we witbu'instiatHy ratify tho nominatinn of Boa jam in • Hftrrls'jn of Indiana for presiilent aad Ijevi P. Mortem of New York for vim prwiident, and heartily approvo the platform of the Rppublicyi na-tioiial convention. With candidates of tpot-I(M3 character and proved abilities w© appeal «xinfidently to the jiooplo npon the pwamount and dearly defloed issue of protection to American Industrie, American labor and American homfîs. . Rcsolv«!, That;wo appeal to all citizen« who désira the prosperity of the people and tho biaraings of good government to cooperate in organizitig victory forth® national and state tickets of the Republican party; and we pledge this league through each of the dais and their 100,000 members, to steadfast, systematic, Joyol work for the triumph of the partj whidi saved the nation.  Resolved, That as a league wo distinctly and chœrfuîîy disdaim all right to repr^n-tion in the regular TOnventlona of the party. The object of this organization is to act as an auxiliary fore® and to push the catise of the Republican party through co-operation with its regular and time-booored organization.  Delegata Milî^ îrtn» the Young Men's Re-pabhcaB^clob of ih© Twenty-first assembly district, îsew York, offered a rraolution re-qnœting'that the convention ask each dub to sissanwtherîwînsibility of victory or defeat in its section, and urging tho neœsîity of work. Tbe resolution was adopted.  A good deal of confusion was caused by & motion by Mr. Hustwl to re-elect the officers of the league. Secretary Lehniaior, who is a candidate for president, protested that he would rot accept a re-election. Tbe chairman declared Mr. Husted's motion catrriod and thÎ3 added to th°e OTnfosion. Axi appeal was taken, hut not decided, and a motion to reconsider the reflection was carried.  Motions to adjourn were voted domi and the election of offîœrs was declared in order. Various names were presented for président including Mr. HelTord the present incuipbent, ttiid Mr. Ijelimaier. Sir. LtUumitiV fiitiids made a vigorous sup|K>rt and Mr. HefTord's fiienda-elaime^i-that thw-e wastoomuch I^eh-maicr about tbe leagui*. Mr. HefTonl was finally re-elected and also the other officers, Sir. I>;hnmier final !y coasenting to accept the ek-retaryship again.  Delegate wer© chosen to tbe National Ijengue and the convent ion adjourned till this morning. Timers was a ratification mass m«?ting- last- night addressed by Senator Evarts, e.x-Séaatór Warren Miller and others.  THE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE.  Chslrman llArnum Wak«« HI« Appoint-Ri*abi»-To M««t N«xt TnMdajr*  WASBtiroTOii, July 13,-—Tb« following an-nounciMneiu ia initde by Chairman Bamnm: In at-'oonlance with tho resolution of the national Democratic ernnmittcs, ad!>pt«Kl June 20, 18SH, emiKiwerine th?i chairman to .ppoint a campaign conmdttc«, I have this day ap{x>{nt4^ iho folfowing gentlemen as such counniWspe: William I* Scott of Penn-•jlvnnia. .'Irfbur P. (iorman of Maryland, Matt W. Ratiwm of North ('^troi^l^a, Calvin H. Lrlre of Otiio, John R FarVwur of \'ir-jrinift, Herman Oclrirhs of ^'ow York, Mil»?« Rohw of .New Jurtn'y, Arthur K«»»'nH of Mnitjr-, iir^kino M. riu'l{N of Illinoi».  "There will Iw a mouting; of tho campaign coniujitf/Hi nt tiiolifadquarters r.f th«tmtioiial D^ni'A-rnitc cu'noiiTie«, No. 10 VV»«it wenty-ninth Pire t, Nrw York fity, on Tin^lny, July 17, at 11 oVlo-.-k /i. n».  •■WIM.IAM H. 15.\IiX!'M, "(>liairnmn Nat.'i Doin. Com."  Till-; 1ÌA1LK0A1) STRIKEIIS.  AN ENGINE  AND TRAIN CHICAGO.  DITCHED AT  THE M  iîEO. W. .F RED lì RICK & CO..  Oopoaito B^lnk of Wellsvllle.  Stents,  MANUFACrURERS OF  Portable & Stütionery  STEAM  PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED.  Tho  FIGHTING FOR STATEHOOD.  UcunlittioiiK .Idopted hy tlte llttkota Con» TriiHon fr.r th» Coniing^ ranip»!];n.  IlrnoN, n;ik., July 12.—At tho sintehooil convention held ìiero yostérdny fhn following plan of campaign, as prepiired by the committee, was after ctjauiderablo debate ad )pted.  First—To urge upon tho people of Dakota the vital importance of making th» divwion and tho admishion of the states of North and South Dakota tho controlling issue al)Ove and beyond ©very other for representative officers in tho fall election.  Bewjud—To urge upon them the especial Importance for the legislature honert, brave, determined men, who will plwlg^e fhera-wlvea;  First—To sweeping reform of the abuses which flourish under the present territorial adminis^tration, osj>acially in its financial department«,  Second—To sternly tAke from the Rovornor all di®i)atic powers whicli have b««n bfstowod Ui>on him-by the legislative authorities of the territori'.  Third—To lawv) irametiiiitcly during the first two days of th«» lei^islature envoking two conditional conventions, ona for North and one for South Dakota.  Fourth—And who will pUi<!ge themselves in case-the results of the coming presidential election shall bo advers<3 to Dakota and fihall plaw in power htth and x>artif3 whose policy and membors shall threaten Dakota with a perpetttal or indefinite colonial vassalage, will have tho ability and courage to take such other measures as they lawfully may for the relief of tho people of theso two states.  Ill OH J. CA5U'I5r:i,L,  H. H. Kkith.  Waldo M. I'utteci, The pafvple of the territory will 1« a.-.ked to subscribe to a fund for the purj^e of prosecuting an active cnnipaifin. TB? funds are to be handled by a central committee ap-nolnted for this purpos \  Geneml V'l» •'«l.xi .Sliilitly ^'o.syL nr, Mas^ . July ;— Tiicrc h liit'e if aiiy notable « hn-i-^n in Ueiieral Hìutì-■ dan's condition. Il» Ikis been very comfortable, sleejiing most ot tbe time Iiis con j^h isJoofto and net trouVitajOinc,- and his rcflfira^ tion IS htill iniproviji;;. Iiis pul.se is coin|»ur i-tively gixxl'with excei lent tension, this hi-art's action i^howing no tendency to failure. (.)a the whole, it is thought his panerai comditina is perbap.s Klightly Ijetter. In addition to Lij miSk and crackers bo has partaUoii of tnoat tn ice.__. ___  Cliase to he Flneil and linprK-ioncil.  Washinìitos, July 12.—Joseph M. Chit??, St^nator Cuilotn's colored coni-hmau coii-victwl of niaiiKlaughter for havin;^ ràu-^Atl tlii-death of I'rofi'ssor I-', A. l'ani by ri iifi;^ ov.-^r him witli the .woatur's Isar-; ¥ ìr-i sj.rnir,. whili- the professor )U0U!it ;'d <>a Iiis bicv-cle has been .sc-ntenccd to I^ifliV-!» j:i!l and iine ■  The KiiRlnsnr «iid fir«man Radljr tlnrli, V» ÄrrexU M«<1c->K«n«»« CItjr Strlt«!«-irten ItefuM' to Hnnill* Any ItnrlliiKliOM rrpUlit—Kell«y ftnd Mcfltlvcry Auk to tl«mAln In Cantody.  CuníAUí», July 12,—¡Shortly At.er fi nV-hn k l.'ist. ni'^ht ft ilurlin^ton freij^ht tr.tiu c row v.;i.; !\ti«i'k''d by a mob nuud*>rinj; íí^íí  íit t!i.' í^t. i'atd yards and Ungineer ^ntl Hi i'lcan l Fireman D.»n Barkyle wereí*»v» rely ifijitnHÍ.  Hit'MurUnptoH men ^^ere backing n train doHii into thi yard-», and when th 'y had r .'l' î. d Kin/.io sti-cct, Ivstvreen Wesicni aviv nil" ami .'^"ymour street, whi'rc a cr<iW I of r. il;.! ■.,! iii'-n had coIlci Ud, the cry of ' scat«" »íi-fusí^d a fti^iia le of [Inks and ¡ána waí il- at tho mm on the engin«', n' th'  ■ i M ' iímí" !\ switch was thn>wn oj^mi and tlK • II ^ir«- ha I car» were ran into the di'ch.  i iiM were aumnione«!, but tbe mob  quickly di.*i»-.r.«?d and no arrests were made. Tb" iiijureil men were taken to th« county  llO-'Jiilfll.__>i  TROUBLE IN KANSAS CITY.  SfKHtTtHQ NEWt  Ttie Switchmen Itoycotting "<}" rreJght.  More Police Bworn In.  K ANSA» City, Jnly 12.—The rurnor of th* pnni'rnl boycott by tbe gwitchroen is con-tirmed by the action of tho grievsnc« cofn-initt»«, which waited upon marly nil the »u-}M»rintendents of the ditferent roads and d»'-niun<l«Hi that no "Q" freight be handle«].  At tho meeting of su})erint«»ndent« it wn« decided that no action should bi taki'n until th»» arrival of the different oRlcie^ now on their way to Kama«« City.  Sapf'rintcntlent Fi'sh of the Bnrlin^jton hns no', i'l^ I th" oRlcials of all other lin«« that tbo B' r! n4:t<'n would take no transfers until f«r-1,1 1 iiMtiv'v. Tbe mayor ba.^ «nom in lhirt>-(Iv -extra iwHcenisn. There are now sixt v t :) aial iK>Uce in the «ervice of tho road.  Don't Want to b« Kelensed.  CHiPAiio, July 12.—The application for a writ of hatea*» corpus in Iwhalf of McGi!rery an I Kelly, the cl rks of the grievance con mitiee of tho Brotherhood of' Ldcotnotive KüRincei-ii, which xvas sworn out by Edward liuriey, was di^misMiJ by Judge Alt^el 1 unon The nMjuesil ot the prisoners ibemsel ve«, who declared that they wished toremninia thf custfxly of the police. This action is uruterstood to be due to fear on the part of tbe two men that the brotherhood might take vt n;;.»ance upon them for the reve atiotm which tlioy are said to h?iye made in refer-eacc to the circnhir alleged to have tw^n )s5ued l>y Chairman Hogo counselling'the deslniction of Burlington property.  lamAHAf^Mja, Jtìf ML—TI» end mwVork pam yMtenl*r «twM Ik well for tJM flutte «od for Um ftrrt few f». BiiHpi looked M tlMmcti *»wy wodd  HciOy out itf tlMitex, iMrii 1 aftar tb* third teBing mod fiitciMd»«oO< fraro®. KMf* Idtebed ««B for tte Vm York«. TlMMr«w««BO*pM>laH«aw««toA* gam«. In tb« wrmtii O'Boork« fa trytaC ^ steal 8*Ktmd ran hl« «na «gaintt OlMKock^i ^pike tn&riac U cantadefmUy. B» mirad in favor of G^jrik Soore:  IndlanajK^U.........0 0 6 0 9 0 0 t O-1  New York............» 1 0 0 1 0 « • •  Rase ha»-~lBâtett«Tmlb 8. Kew York Tt, Error»--Iwliauapoll« «. Wew Tortt I}»tterin>. Heaty ud I>aly; Ee«Ce«nd »irkig. Uniplre—V»lí»»tte».  THE Wr]iLV1t{(r.<;KS AIJiOST DOWJOm. DETfuirr. July 12.—Th® Woliwrtow bmdm doeecali ymterday. Lady Baldwin ««• |iak into Ute box and dtd wfJl fctr foot fnsii^ Then he we&kened and tbe Philwa cune wmy near knocking oat tbe gaxwi. QU)»mm mm hit qait« bard. Atta»d&ttOBll,00a Secare:  Detroit..............1 I 8 0 1 O 0 9  PhîUMlelphiA.........O OOOlOOaO-4  íi.t«f> )!if*-r)eírt>it ». Phlîadelphi» II, Err^ni—ivír-tít S. l»îîHi»/Ieiphi» nafjfi-i,«» .ísoi!'twiD'aaü lîeno««; Gl«a«(a} and Cltnaents.  ■■ Uropiro—K«Dy. _ ' • At Cîxsc«g<y—  Oik-ago ........î .1 0 .0 0 S  ......! 0 0 1 1 0 0  Baj» hit»--€hiciÄR«» T. W««hiiiKtOfi Errors—Oiicajco îO. WaalilsiftOB îtt. Batt«rie»-Krock and Flint; O'Dtf aad Ma^ U mpire—Lynch-Ai rittólmrg—  PSît»btiiT5.............0 e2140®®i^-S  Boston..............0 169t03@î—fi  Baw hit»~Pití«b«i^ la, H. Errors—I^tîsb«!^ Bcwifln liatttîri«—Morris aad CarrdU; Swde« «M O'EiMfk«. Unjpim-Daal«ii.__  American Ajmoetstios.  .\t Ka-asaji Cîty— K&n«ia«aty.........Jl lo 0 Ö 0 0 0 6 S-1  Rultiroore...........0 t 0 0 S 0 « d »-4  Ba*« hit" City B*ltto«* t. Em>rs—Kansas City 1. B«ltiaioret. Batterie«-Fagsa aad Briody; Cuaab^tbara anrt O'Briea. _  Interactional AM^Mstnlloa,  AtTroy—  Troy.................0 î 0 1 » 1 0 B  ■Hasnîtea-;.-..::...:;:?  hiî8~1Yoy 7. HamUton «. Errors—Troy 0. Hamilton t. Batt«Tte»r-8e«rißg «»d Baatsiag; - Kfoe ViÄ.ner. ■  0- ?  PANrPRESBYTERIANS.  Dr.  «iíirniaii .SodalíJíts Arn-sti-il.  Beí'.LIX, Jtiiv I:.'.—ThV- ¡f aiif hav.' arr->>t''l üvc social.sts for {»afitiaíc a red jiiiu'iir.i ov.,t Mie sp.-íH-h lisadi; hy the ciuper.ìr at lb.' o|.".'U-m';í-of Üie lí'-'ii/h.-títü:.  THE MARKETS.  Vork  "Mosx N  Nr  ■»I xiW. t.  \ Ì  ¡Alt'  v^'vyii ^nnr^^^ U» «few ¿lva XV* . 'Sifii^ï-  .......-h.......- !*?iT-nt tìiisinesi c ):i'iu(:  ''ijUH OFFICK OPPOSITE U. S. PATENl OFFICE. U ivf no t-uti asíciicie.'}; all laisino-ss direct, lieticc can tria -.u" patent liii.Htne.s-Hin le.«)« tiwio ana at LJB.n'."? Oj.s'í't iian thtme remote trom  y a.i 111(Ir.i.v.a,--ur ;<hoto, with description W.'a'ivii'ti !i'.f iuaahi or not, tree of  ... ■ J} ^ »v.t:)..aticu.. aJL'aitiita^- .witii-toferT..  Ai\ID BOILERS  Shaftings,  Mil».  C. A. 3MOW & Co..  Rotary Pumps,  Tan Conveyers,  „ Mach loes, . Circular Saw Milis,  Hide MiHs,  Kepttblican National Committee lleaily for lSuiincs<i.  New YonK. July 12.—At tho in.:;ttini of the itepubiicaii national ci.imfuittt» yi-.-terday Henator M. S. Quay of Feunsylvatiia was eii.K;ttKl {permanent chairman siud J. Sloat Fabsctt p£ Elnssr.i r.ccretary. Tho chairman and secj-'^tary were also chovcn to till the same pojitioa? on the executive committee. The exi.'cutivo cuiunntt«; elwie».! as follow,-^: M. H. DiiYoiii!^, Califoniia; .Samuel T&Wiiuleii, ut ,(.Tt li lUw IJ i  nois; Johnf. New, Indiana; \\ . <, . (.rofxlioi», Kentucky.' J. S. L'..rk->n, I J Man-che.sicr iiaye.s, si > fiiirtt V ilob irt. Now Jersey;-.!. iJ. i )mo.  A fcub-co;unuii.i<i v- L 111 ta.». > t'l Un * of tiie campaign for tl ^ I'l ¡ii^ -.t I'li t..i tsrritoriiis fsjilov,, JtLi-, n Jr  J. Op.ien, (5o>rgo (, I n-', .^r./iii 'iLoniai W uliams.  Ill'» Nat- comm'»t..L 1 to i'ui c x-f<'uttv* oi»'trv, but; H howl wt;at ui>froailne  ajj un-* tlii> I'aino of JoLn C Nt. a it tlLiad > i i Ol t' i UaU wi i- - li • < i  of tho coraiiuiteo but li'i. t/» iii.err. dtle^^itij gi, 'i ^lll ti J  wanted more than ono r^i rc^utati^e the j.^ i '-i v i ra i  committee  Vork  "Mosx N  Nr  ■»I xiW. t.  \ Ì     }    cIi.-i.mI at IVß piT c,-hi.  j - . t 1    J j          1.1. -J .    1      i' 4    i - , 1 1 ' <          1,    11-. ( i t 1 111 Ili    1 J      ! 1 )    i . s 1 • 1 , i I .1 1    . l.i.l.      î    11 l l 11 11 Is l 1    V 1 la      1.    ,! „raut, 1' -1    1 - . î U          : LemiaiS, H3j¿lltj. .         .'«latttiew» Accepts—Dr. Mali Tell« of the Wecllne of Uomanlsm.  London-, July 12,—Tho Pan-Presbyterian rounril continuêil in .wsiuu y<-st,Or<iay. llev. lir. Matbi.>w>i of Qn-'liec, in arreptiii}; th»' si'crctaryship tOr which ho has been appointe«!, proîiii-id to di-vote the iwnaindcr óf his life to bringing all sections of the church into c'o^r brotiierhood. Dr. Rolierte of Ciii-ciimafi was ekxîf»! ßeciotary to reside in A nierica.  The Itcv. Dr. Uolinet^ of Albany prc*'iited th.!-'rcî>ort of the comu^ittee ou Dr. Hoc>|Vi?r's olf^T of r-'s.(HH) to found a college at Canton, » ".lina, tht» I'rcsbyierian alliance increasiuj: tlic í'íiíkirtni«nt to i'lOii. The report wa.-»  agi' >;ii to a?id thn offrrnn^epted;-----------  Mrs. lUien Wo«»! read a p'ljx-r wiiicli had ì fVìì Jir.'pariil at a nu'ctuiji of the Anit>|i<'ftn del« which di'iioaiKvd tiie hquor trafile  111 Afrji-.a, ;  t>r. 11 ill of New Yfik, in a iii>Iiate on the ¡¡¡■•-jri'^s oí K-'.>aíauj-íii!, hSiid that it was not ' 'ir.in;.^ (ni the coiiUjuMit sis il Jusd bw-u li'-ií'í.jí.ir,'. it ■ l-«.kiiil -iri)!iger in Aiii.»:rica iii:n\ it rt'iilly wai, ,sai«l, but jjóliíic.-; crcatel this, its c<>iunauui.:anLs wt'.ro very nui.-iy peo-jiie, bill v. .TO not j»ro¡)orlii>nately htrouií in  îiii'ir rcligiuas-life. .......  Tb ' II \ 1 I full'-. il>.i. tt< 1 a n'-olii-lo 1 c r ..I ituîatii t u biiiuchn of th ' I■'l^•3-'' t'- '.a I ' 1 ^ in Atü 1 <a «b.ch hl J Ì tn L ¡11 lU'-t at" I'.c tí' t a—( uiily  111 n?--.  1—«  At Brictitaa BmcK.  BmonTOs Bsach, Joly 12.—Track heavy yesterday. First rac©. fi mile: Can't TiOl first, Corocco seeoiMl, Savage third; time, 1:21. . _  Beecmd raoe, ^ad^ aeS&segi WmtSmt^mr first, OMisk se^^Ksd., Andf Marife third; tim.  Third wlliag, IK «Jtes: Wi^wwd  ilrst, Graenfleld sectmd^ J. J. BMf thtfd;  Faiirth 'rtiae, siiil.ing, tX iqH«: OaSoi D.an, Bm, Garnet SKXjnd, Klot third; tiaie,  Fitth rao®, Mftttiteck handicap, l^'-ffia»-Valet first, . CaKiio^ McQo^wy ' WOsnd, " Charley Ruasrfl tMrd; tiiMi  Sixth rax».-mile: Aora fir^ VanlH» Filiy second, Val^t third; Ume,  Flyer« mt Wuhlaetaa Perk,  CniCA«50, July 12.—Pirsl rmc® yrastasrlay, " puVise, mile: ShcAover first, Gkaasr mo-ond. Roundabout third; lim®, 1:18.  Second rao?, parse, l>i imtei: Bcaii^ fiwi, Somerset ssoood, Prederica- third; tiaa^  ThmJ race, swaspetakss for S-year-^^ %  mile: Havillah first, Hiitdoo Qrall secwid, iiensim thinl; tin»,  Fourth m-m, purm, 1 1-10 tnite: Macri' f3r>t, 5!irtli seccod, Tudor third; tia», 1:55)^.  Fifth ra^ce, par», mile heate, first. IjmiI: Fmsincsg first, Castiliian second, Kessin^oa tiiird; tune, Second h««t: BosiiMS^  firat, Kensington a^nd, Aatoaio third; time, '  THE DEATH WATCH SET.  Wljat Mmle llitn Xliia,  \ IM VM-^ lihl , Ju!\ IJ —J OI liVojtar'. lie -.AL (iin., 1 i^KJiUij nt aii n b lut of 1h 'ill Ini , li 1 n n'i m\ ih J, ai.d b» ' na lu a mtii. ^ii 1 lu« of lit.^ f lui-r self i o r I.. . f f IK u ¿ii-i, V i.'JiL-. ^t^lSila^_h be tov^k. a  55 Vf-Çiii ^ÍÍJíQÍfc' U^i StíM-ffd  • ineti m ¡'íiaini'tcr a'.iU  'î*» Ali f. I I V  ' ' . M t h It -, 'lot i .Nir. i ruw ft' tnini'i^itv IS oa cxhib  committee,, - coiamun to t-ii.iin- <-.\.tM. gí ¿i-' ;n-¡^ ......ri-a -  Afteraah. irliaiU.n '.^a^tU inorat-rv O.Mr -u w . , "  l>f>t-.-Uío Ì • -ATînt.hrr.....ttTinr wA:«;üi"ws»<r" î ." "í...^.,, . , .............., : ■ t .............  ' a ¡ 1 k to'i I. It h id  , a hlvj.ul Iiiv.'uth aiul a  .cribtMl m unv iueJical  „n I'h- It!! 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