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 - at of of us a July, 1802, the Wild West...
at of of us a July, 1802, the Wild West disbanded while In Japan, and Charlie brought his red Ekinned friend with him to America, pacing through Canada and the United Statea and then made a tour of Europe. After visiting London they went to tho IsIe-of-Man, where Juan Ca-To-To joined Mexican Joe's Wild West, and Mr. Meadow's set out for America. He remained of his own free will, and is now playing a successful successful engagement at Glasgow. Juan lives like a prince and has been wined and dined more than any other Indian in the world. His manner is peculiarly fascinating and he is at preeent preeent married on the theatrical p'an to a handsome Scotch lady of menus. The talk mnde by the Maricopus iu tho result of jealousy aa Mr. Meadows offered to bring him back with him, but he scorned perfectly content, besides besides ho knows tho ways of tho world equally as well us the tourist of a dozen eeasons out and will turn when ho growB tired of his present mode of life. Hia Falary is a large one and ono week of economical living would at present I erne him sufficient for his fare home. Governor Sold. Charlio Meadows yesterday told his famous thoroughbred stallion, "Governor," "Governor," that was once the pet of Senator Hearst's stable and bis afterward remainder fice. He cocked, on then lay covering the" into position as appears 'discharged. by the fact tangled in The a young would the bar. THE Ono of Bkklin, Near yesterday descending one of the in fastening threw away hereupon the with a injuring The scientific emperor.

Clipped from Arizona Republic04 May 1893, ThuPage 1

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)04 May 1893, ThuPage 1
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