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Devoted to llio Interest of tlio Cherokee, C'lioi'tiMva, ChlHtiwiwi, Seminole, Creeks unit all Oilier Indian of the Iiullna Territory.
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VINITA, INDIAN, TElUtlTOliY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1883.
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A WEEK'S NEWS.
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f,l)cnncl hyplciftitph katl'Mnli
Utecr.KBirto ei co-wkrss.
Ja l e fcntliioa the 101,0, Mr Kryc Inlro-
Muednjolnt resolttlou prmldlng for a ter
UM la'lon ot the fl-hi Ho wtlelos lit llio treat)
win the InitMl tiMM ami (treat llriliilri,
Mtolii'lei ltrr,TOt.knt) mm edit reference
the Mminlltennnturut "ll Itolatlims. Until"-
ImW Tlio Tariff loll, a tbuiimislilcrcdln
VinmUtteiT tlm WlniM Vlntll adjournment.
lithe Ileum Mr. tl)i olfrnI rcsolu-
th Ichwaaretrrtfl.ta llinrontlioAtlornev
J nc ill for InfornmUonMto person rmplojed
Mat pe).-sr l oilier It itio prosecution of
UuSr. ltaute aeo limiting of llio contract
with ih.iiti nmnunt wthltn each nnd tho
717 jirii 1 I
OJtl rt
('fig I 1
7 tin .(
ft jlnt e amount of iho ortlro cot of tlio pros-
au tinow rrnalnv aim such ns no ronti'm-
rstlKifin. Cutwrs'"" ' Iho fhlp
i vi9i than iwiinr-lbiit no Into rem lit i
bo eu. . ibmi mi win n d Muwffl. I'mwlay,
Aldrl ti, llUbre, MatlinnVd Cox (North Cnm
juitl a .-J-J -Comm lien l Inieftlgato
linn r ,31nitl Met Clcr John llallcy.
Tit Ben c foe Mill, id ibo closo l the
ln igbuur tpol up ib i Kits John l'ortrr
il li alch after further iV-cii-nlon wa passed
I' vote of liato IT. Mr liipnlls' rcmilutloii
dlfct Inglho omml(lrH) i JudMnry to In
yidn bl lnfrtNlrai I .rmitihiry lopn 1W1
fire- i-iid line Hioial-t. see etxl lerpiinnuno
! vmrr-i "ti)Hnit,ii"D'l l rwitort
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hen iruliiM itnk. Kof IhS-TSrlB Mil
Tnn-lImiMi tiii)-tMbiuld:TCl lb Ship
)i nff i ill p xl lb dtiato cciitlnucil unul lit
Iriut of Mi uriitnni
In be gfltuto llio i. "'I, .Mr IiirhIU lutro
II lec I bu. prorlitlng f..r itclcrinlnliiff the ro
BiO or Inatfllllr of llio lreMcnt of thn
5 nit rtftnlcn t(lillftliM-i Iho iHiwrrs of duller
C h olDeo. It pmrtdm lh.it whonoUTtwii
ftan-nf ilrptirttncnu xlmi ntnto In wiitlnir, to
io( hl"f Jiitlcii)f Dm h prt'mo Court of tbo
lilt I SMulm. thttf tho I Tlilcnt l imiililo to
Mcl Wifp bin dullon, tbo C ikT JUKtlro Hmll lnf
Moti'ttier liefnre tbo o irt, wbcro the iin-
hn to ln dcvMetl n 1 If Innlilllty It found
I ejt, Iho V1" I'n ! i I xhnll Iki iiotllleil to
Mtine the iMtln of I'n ei.lciit llio onnio
t 'krrt -imldrreil t I'm "iitlto KomIOii Ilia
( ircatr nllH Mx1c 'llio llinixa. nftcr tho
finnti iff bimr, rcilmeit oonMdcnitioii of tbo
4hlppluir MlUthlob m dlrruved lit kustli
tnil rur.llv tirul, nl tho llouno noon alter
tdJnJrtivit
, Id tbe fJcutiB'tlrc ath Mr. IngnlU Inlro-
ijuocj Ull' pro Minn t"i Iho niipolntmmt of
ilroinalltroo cond' r tbp (iiuject of mllronil
ruuiporin ion 11 pn mi h tor 1110 npimuil
pen urttir Vn oJriit of .oenComml'floiipn
tut, cin jii io-pomt aT nnn lnvcaiiKino mo
ho' lultjtft tin I ft port to Coiiinv" tho flirt
IdlUnrli. I
.Hi, r liw i no Pi'cowi Nvtion
ivjIIoii i'f tbo Uominlivloners
itit troirllnsr cipOiifm No
Itef ibo lOTui
in por ila
.irtlH. Mifirw.t nun itnnrotrmlrnntulot
iqr !n eronto.-jl mo itouo went inpi com-inllf-o
of thn AVnoli n iho l'cinlon ppi-o-ptliil
otv b'lL 71 pnTii.ito fi1,K5,lio, of
wblh t W lOJUt) IJ f i i"ny ik'IhIiiiis, Jl.fXIJ.
(160 f( r wry peniloiu, fifil.dlil fur fee and nx
Ptti'i of i isMlnlnl nuni n. MCOH for imj"
nnd rUovnnre of prnik" arnK, Mid tld.Uiu
tor aiBti,i4Fnrtr.-i i
hi an.iroiirliitlon fur urnir
peuAtone
nu
lticreM!i to $s(X,0 HI. 'I bo
tronuilO, rmmi
Kl lb bU nnnl, 'Jho Hir-
iiliciuo mil If
n i aiio-1 A bill nlo pnneil
Inrreur z thn lienslmi
Ixienafe wbdllrot In (iirt iiilnd or dent In tho
pi-rsoin wiiii nvi
er1i to tbodrt wholly Mind foo nd thono
Prl(T b Ind fSvriU'-ntli.
in ti milclhc 1Mb. b nurnlXT rf i itltlonn
n pICHenMlti r(jtird(o tnlllTlltilliH. Mr.
( ir rpnorrw njmni iicfouiirn uirc.iiiiir
xriiUdcntnf Ibo (Jlil.ivl Htntcitoirlii'iiif
ro n JulfiieXct tir li.k'iiiloii totoirafuato
rlilc HwrSVid ti'lKI'i IN of Iho Iri'iity of
fuaiiiinuii rniiiu to iiHiierirn. 'i no pennio
wunii l ronttrlanulon ' the Turin bill whlrh
iUUUouwm unilt urntniut. in llio
oiijft Mr Urmu tnn Wit lo hnrc ti OTtt
,hn Torter lH ito Irwl,- but ohjrtaliv
ue,iwcl. tmii , witliu; pciuuin to itst
mm or tti ;iox n wat t m jiivio the
l! oiMet for.liehruiit. Irt. Jinny lilll mul
;o!iit'Otn utf (utend (len W limit rwrnt
oni 1 1 Hup niMu'ieriroiu uq i:uhin Distrlit
lllll.nl nlJt ImrtHll t a huiIiuI l.w Ihx
. n" . i vn... iJiiiim Ul lltu
Tir.lHVi
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tbo rotunwrnat imiir' tetwern Mexlio and
lie Trilled m ivilb, under routldarat'on
The tri tt I ibt vntr ,ern fully fllicusseil
md iaui. il ly i CvViiul(Ioucra from the
itan.ptitot-o' Uuieiprcs'al lnlcrcsiPf both
'outtrji!Si i. wni eintked ei-tcd ivltli tho
ricuiterso"itiH.fi,!jiy,i4 niilto a ulillo after
Homcro hai) rttlroJ. Tbe tV'tly as already for
liulated relates' to mutual kincosiUus 'In tho
nature of allow tng linportaons freo of dutj,
(iy each country, Of ccrtiltuuted products of
he other.
One hundred aud five derktwere discharged
'rom the Census oflleet at Wiihlngion Icccnt
f, oho hundred and fifty Irlcrks ' remain.
Fhere Is money enough to iy salaries for
blrty days. If an appropriation Is not made
' y lh I time the entire ofl'ro w ft be closed un
til June frit. 1
Tlie Secretary of the Treasury iat a tele
gram Irom CapU I. N. Stoddcr,lcoiunmndIug
lie revenue cutter Oilier Valcot, dated Ylc
.orla,Drltlsli Columbia, January 11. at follows
"flecel.cd communlcattou from! tlio Vrlino
Mlultterof Drillah Columbia asking atslitance
tittlieFortSlmpsoiiIndlau trouble. Nollrltlsh
naval vea' .hMi waters and alslilanee Is
ifr.e'i'- eereIary rolger aent aUnswcr at
llluwti "Itevenuo steamer Yaldtt will lie
trmltted to bo present at Fort SlAnspn and
or pvctil violence, but I o force Is atlhorizcd,
files to repel attacks against lh whites,
i-nonlyon written request of Hi llrillsh
HuinWa authorities."
Secretary Lincoln, It It said, Is
1 1 ait unusual cmnaninnr, Ni
J A J. . .t. ri.K A.H m jl .I..lI . . -4l 4" -...k,'
-UfST" l.'T7?3!''m'',' ifSM J? I "TiJai LtwMIti i -it wooJ, "nauslerof
- Mlfi'l '.''' ',. ' l ' ''tirl ,Slef Eujrlnror - L'nlte.1 Statea navy,
'- I Jt"1" " II tt J'tliirt lismero, tubtalfit a ivr" .1 book and earrings
I I f ul... "1 . W ? " 3.' Ap- Voiliti 0J Khticscciidlng the slept on
1 " -' """ '- ri'wnrtliHlfl l" nii'H 'nJ
f '"'If, The position w-ould stem fp
vmivauie, ami oidtnaniy trmfi
tlio' "JIT c Ieoplo pushing the
In lnl for iKwIllons about
inirn c in nut no taui, j no salary l nearly
til lo that of Assistant Secretary ol the
Mntl'tury, nd llio dignity nf tho place wbald
ortlirsT'"' K corresponding rosltlnn In tho
iitad iitrP'r,mcn'' "'"l bofo that In Ihe Inta
f r, jT'omtofileo Department. till, uo une
ii leoi .,.,,.. ..,,, '
illwljarge number of applications front cattle
tiave boon ircclved by tho Secretary of
"-ntcrlor, asking tor .leases lo Iracts of
ij ,V -""Hho Indian TrrUr. Thn liuljans.jt
'tsimcHi, lavor me fcuuiih-, out tue occrv
y, It It urdcrttood, iloct not fator leaslnp
lands, claiming that tho large amid farms
Id hut out the small dealers,
pe House Committee on Foreign Affairs
ilisuu ..II. ll.ll.iii.l bu uiltl t irryiiiiiuu
je Jlout asking tho President to inaVo a
e liberal treaty with Iho German Umpire.
taction desired, among other thing., Is to
count for certain American citizens jiavlng
til lorccu to near anna unuer iuo eiisiiug
ity, , '
The b.'U to Ititreaio tho clllcleuey of the-
my, Introduced by Mr. Logan and approved
the Military Colmnlttcu of tho Senate,
eett wlh gcueral favor among army ofllccrs,
la contend thai lit passage would put, u a
rat degree, uu end to desertions. The bill
ilbodles all the, principal rrninirntodalloiui
utained la Ilia last annual tenorl vt ito
crctary of IVar.
the Court or Claims reaiiercd a deo.ic In
1( ror ot the I'atiama lUU6tf5uWp t'omt
tUl nyfnr t SO, 83a S3 in tbe suit against tho
ntlatiV Sillied ltiilAolt Anlral tnm narrvliu.
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Iioan '" """"I n.iuun.v " v-.....H
i line, ul on "IP -"ina line a numoer oi years ago.
it'll iiik i:vir,
ji Chat. L. Drown, fourteen jears Old, cm
to ;t4 In the o!)e ot the Deputy Sheriff at
rtv iton, Ms.rwat found recently o i tho floor
jc tbo oftlco hindcuffed and with gag In hit
te-t. mlh. An attempt bad been made to opea
t safe, Tbe lad tald two men ixmnil him,
.'jDo t tlnallr confessed that he himself lam.
Jridjred, with the safe and then handcuffed and
led Himself.
u tho tult In tbe Brooklyn (N. 7-) court of
c lulugston against Honry llemlng, a
York nirrchant, to recover JAtwo fu:
eh of promise ot manWe tfojurygayp
erdlct for tbo foil ruoount clumedj -
rm of ipplaute gTeetM the verdict, many
tout tooaung, -liooa," gooa,"
floors, a oun; man living Btarivatsyrj
fold, r., recenllr enterot tore In that Til
Inge," W (Ht rcrolrcr, ami alcppliiK out on
Iho idlli tnot Mmnclt tlirouih tho boJjr.
Tli. ball " -t grazed the heart and produced a
faiul ooikI Caurr, tllropimlntmciit In lore.
"Iiilemo tola neither prcrolld in the Tail
liwt wecV. In Ncc EnRland the mereury fell
lo IV) deirreea below, and at ltlchmond, Va.,
eight bcloiy zero. ,
A lnrpcljr Attcnilcilmccllnir Ml held In the
Major' 6flleo nt 1'lilladclpliU, recently, for
the. prKe ofdctlslhK meant otata stlnR tlio
tuffererabj floods In Uermany and HunRirr.
VajnrKtuir trciMfd. A relief committee uf
flllecn waa appointed. Tlie tuliacrlptlon lltt
wat opened Willi a coulrlbutlonnf 1,000 from
VT. K. .Morwiu ol tnc enil'in iyfiiioarnt.
Other ttihtcrlptlont were rccetred, amounting
to 1,000 more.
The brlir Oold Kinder. CanU Stuart, from
S(. Domliifru far llmtnn, u lowed Into Ihe
UeUnraro brcaknater rcccntlr, having four
men frozen to death. Tlio Captain war roet
Mtlen, and only one man waa fit for duty.
Tho Tenet n covered Willi Ice, f nd wat
picked up at tea elm en miles from llctilopcn.
Gov Duller, of Maiaachutctt, pronoiiticea
a A falaehoodjn eery respect tho report that
a i i.ntereufi ,' Democratt and Duller Rt'iiub-
ana lW-ae-Mi office, at which It wat
(lerumi itj pu ni in "i ncm ni lmii,iium,u
for tho Lolled &M Senate, llutlcr mid no
aurh ineetlnt had wen held.
The DrltMi thlp I'rlde of the Ocean, from
Hamburg for New York, la Mix)scil to hare
bceu lost oil llarHlch, aa the boat and other
wreckage, CTldetitly belonging to that veiiel,
was washed ashore
thaw, tho catlilcr of tlio aunpended City
Hank of Jersey City, K. J., waa held In $10,00.)
ball, charscd with )crjury In awrarln to a
false statement aa to llio bank' condition.
Charles V. Cook, commlllel to tho New
llamplilre Stato I'rUon, In 187.1, for the mur
der ot Susan Hanson, died on tha 0h. On
the confession of Conk, Joseph lluswell wat
banged for hlrlnpr Cook to sliotit-MIss lion
ton, aflcr diluted contest before the Supreme
Court and llio Legislature. Cook left a con
fession which admits that he did the shooting,
nnd also'tlmt he testllled falsely concrrnlnir
Dusucll Iwlnjr present when tho deed wat
louimlttcd.
The bill for the reilslou of the tariff hat
leen prBctlcally completed by Iho VTajt and
Means Committee. It will be looked over care
fully n;aln, and then reported to the Ilquse.
United Statea Inspector Sieese and Coates
arrested Daniel J. O'Lcary, a letter carrier of
thel'lUtburfr, l'a., office, 'for rabblngiinall.
O'lary haa liecn In the poiUl serrlce for
years, and during tliAt lima It Is alleged that
lie hat stolen many thousand dqllara.
The nomination nt Oltnttead to bo Commis
sioner of the District of Columbia bat been
withdrawn.
Tho brig Klnlcc Ktrtchschlag arrlrcd at
Drookln recently, hating on board six sea
men so badly frozen at to necessitate their re
moal lo tho hospital. Tho feet of (wo or
Ihreo will bo tmnutatrd. i ' i
Tlie (hlpmeut nf tlO),000 wat madcjhy the
auMreamrr In Newr- York, Ihruugh Wella,
'Fargo tftlSflo IhslTnltrdjlatea fleet on the
i'aclllc, bf Thttearuer Cljtf "SfI'ara,' which
rr1rcd at Aaplu'wall on Iho iSeihlult. (The
Money waa all lu American ifOlJl Chin,
and woa jueked In twit small 'Jcega
weighing In tl.o nclgtitiorliood of 200 pounds
caclt. They were. Received lu I'aiiaipa the
same c filing and stored In the l'ananti ltall-
load'Oli'lr't Ttii'u The delivery wasuot
mad" uiiul Uuiu
the 1st Inst., nnd on
waa discovert d 'that one
do clew It had
to - wlioJ
tho
was
the
Mur-
,ray li'JJ, an aristocratic quarter or rcw lotK
'City. Iho )nuug lady In residing the thief
was turoHii violently to tho ground.
A strike Is said to. bo Imminent at tho Fall
tilvcr, Mass., Iron works, oil 1 113 to a Reduc
tion ot wages lUtccu per ccut.
tiii: wiwr, t
Mrs; Scot tile haa at last obtained a divorce
from her husband.
Further details of the Milwaukee Arc give
the uunwr lost In the New hall House at slxtj
clght. Among tho lost la Capt? Jamea V,
Yosc, of the United States Knglocer CoVps.
Fheialiroad men were lost. They were L. K.
Smith, Kansas City, employed by the St. Paul
road; Walter Scott, Dubuque, also of the St.
Paul road; Dan Marlelle and Hi Howie, of the
Wisconsin Centra and (len. C. Smith, local
ajent of tho Lako Shore and Michigan South
urn. Tha late suow storm was general through
out tho Xorthwcstcrn and mostot the Lastcrn
State. In Chicago and many point along
tho Lake Shorn It waa feared travel and trafllc
would bo materially Interfered with. In New
York tho snow was eight Inches deep, Jand n t
Petersburg, Ya.,H was reported to bo twenty
0110 Inches deep on a !c el.
A patscngcr train on tbo Wabash road, re
turning from Cairo with forty passenirr,
mostly Masons, was recently dllcln;4 near
Olmsteads, Ills., and most ot tho passengers
more or less Injure 1, A. Holloway, of Kddy
Mile, ills., Unutd flatter, and two others sup
lVd fa'.Mly -i '
" A IntTc,-N. M.tpeclat tUtcs that a few
dsys irnte bharlft Smith and a posse started
ont to artcst IgttaUO Cocheu, who murdered
two men lu s7ik When C,oilicu ditciivered
the house to be lunoundctj he
drew a pistol In each hand and msiiauM to
escapolotho Chlama ItUer, whjch II lined
with hcay limber. Thus protected, he com
menced to fire, killing one nf tho posse. Ho
then escaped to the town of Cayote, a nudcz
ous for outlaw Francisco Nolan, who killed
two men at l.apclln two months ago, and
other desperate characters. The Sheriff and
posse wero not strong enough to attack, and
returned home. A strong posse will be sent
out for the pur.iosci of breaking up the des
peradoes stronghold.
A latn (lie at Dcs Matnes, Iowa, destrojed
Iho Masonic Hall and contents and adjoining
buildings. The tots loss was estimated at
rJ0t000; about half Insured.
A Itepubllcan Senatorial cam in at St. Paul,
Minn , nominated Wlltlan Windom by sixty
0110 otct to one for Uov. Davit and one tor
(1. E. Cole.- Fifty Hepubllram staid out of
tbe caucus. Wludom'a friends claim that
twelve more will oto for him In the Legisla
ture, making scM'iity-thrco totes. It will take
seventy-six to elect.
tit. Loult society wat recently terribly
hocked by the abduction ot Mitt Zereldtli
fltirrtion, daughter ot 0. L. Harrison dt that
illy, who wat chloroformed and kidnapped
mar the Convent ottbe Sacrud Heart for tho
pur(-oe of aeeuri -it heavy ransom. Tbe
yiiaugUdy was liti 1 t-jme time but Anally re
tlond to her parent, and the. sujundrols ar-
rttd.
rliiUpSUIthn'itwtintj jearl hfage, was
lianged at Dellevue, Ills.', for the murder of
Mitt Annie Oeyer last May. Mist Ueyer aud
Matthew a were engaged to be married. buUoa
account of hit dissolute habits the dlieardcd
him He made every effort to Induce her to
change her mind, but sbe steadily refuted.
He met her at a picnic grounds, and rudely
lelzlag, drew a revolver aud .hot her before
those present could prccnt him,
John 11. Hoffman, a tailor, of Cincinnati,
recently fatally thot hit ton Robert, aired
twenty-two. Joffrasn wat drunk and pad a
quarril wjth hit son the night before. Tbe
next morning he arose early and hid behind a
door till hit sou started out to work, when lie
Ared, tbe bill taking effect lu the abdomen
Fe. it-art ago Hoffuuui killed another ou,
1Ul wat co' ouvUtel He list neaped,
Va the night of ths 13th, a plieuomenil
thtinderttorui Mtlled Sprluglleld, M, during
which iv ponder magsjlue contalnlultl, kegs
J orenLiir llif.-.ili ..
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of powder waastruck by lightning. The pow
der exploded, doing a large amnuutof datnag
to properly in tbe Immediate locality, atones
and brickbats were hurled with terrific force
thrcugli several dwcllUva and a number of
icruts Injured, but r.one. fatally.
Consternation was produced In (be Tlantcrt'
House, St. I.oul, at four o'clock on the
morning of the llth by tho alarm of Are.
The gnosis were aroused, and Ihe horrors of
Milwaukee being fn'sti lu their minds; men,
women and cblldrcn rushed from Hi.' building
In their night clothes, The Arc wat In the
Vttchcli and tcfvailu' fiiartert, Vrlileh were
burned. Tbe main building wat not Injured.
Two employes, tif the hotel were burned, and
one girl broke licr ankle In jumping from her
window,
A dltpali'U from the Indian Territory saya
that Chlcotct, Chief of the Creek Indians, haa
again called out the militia to protect the
rapltal against an apprehended uprising on
the pari of the Bplochce men. bpcclil Agent
Tufts lias gone to Okmulgeo and will Insist
tin Chlcoteo disbanding his troops, and Ihe
United 8talesto)dIcr hive been ordered from
Fort (lllisnn to prcscrte order.
Ihe Marquis of Ixirne, the I'rlnert Louise
and the attending rural porjy stopped at
Jefferson City the 13th, anl were entcrUtno 1
uj itoTcnior (.ruieiiiien, inusiaie oiiicern ami
menibera of Ihe Missouri legislature.
The Democratic Joint caucus of the Illinois
Legislature nominated cX'Oov. Jno. M. rai
nier for United Slates Senator
tiihmujtii.
Unite 1 State Marshal (losllujr, uf Texas,
has taken Marsh T. Polk, the defaulting
Treasurer of Tennessee, back to Xashvllta,
and will turn I1I111 over to the proper author
ities, Capt. John Price, the detectlva who
made a bargain to conduct Polk safely to
Mexico and received the bribe, skipped out of
San Antunla, but was captured at San Marcut
by Deputy Marahal Nlggll and taken back.
Ho waa Jailed In default of $1,0)0 boudi.,
dwlng to the small-pox ldc!)ilc at Haiti
mora. Health Inspector hayo been placed at
Ihe deoU, and passengers are closely cm
tlnlicd, while each lurnplkii leading into the
city Is watched by policemen Two thousand
cases are reported lu Halt more, and ot theso
onlyWXJhaio been reortaI to, the Health
Department.
Mrs. Kettle Cunningham, a widow recently
threw her thrcc-ycnr-old child over tho ut
lcnslon bridge at Falrmoifnt, W, Ya., 'Into
tho river a dlstaucoof over Afty feet, and then
Jumped in herself.. Doth were rescued ' after
floating over the dam aid with difficulty re
suscitated. No cause Is known unless It was
that tbe woman had become temporarily lu
etic The Auchor Lino steamer City ot Green
ville, which left Tfew Orleans lately for St.
Louis with TO) hogsbeids of sugar and other
cargo, collided wl7i, the Laura Leo about ono
hundred mile atniTo New Orleans, an 1 unk.
TlTpbnat and cargo, It was sup'osed, would
he a total loss. The passengers w ere sa-ed.
rotate Treasurer' Volk, who was taken, back
(p N'nllle, Term., was Indicted by tho
Ofand .Jury for embezzlement and larceny of
S0,O0A
A man, woman end, three children were
fiiund a few daya sliice between Klngttqu and
Atlanta, (iatrozcu ti death.
Sunday night tho llth, a few mlnutcl after
t lie cinigregstlon had beeu dismissed fnjin tho
Ilrst Prcsbjtcrtan church at Memphis, Tcnn.,
the tcxton discovered flames asecudlnclo tho
roof, and although the engine promptly re
sponded, tbd structiiro was completely gtitted.
- i''0 uro onginateii irom a neater In the; audi-
lorium. auc io"o is auout f ,wu, intiiranco
lights- '
tilENI'.llVI,,
A lively corrcsnondence I again proircta
log In Dublin between Kgnn and PIgott con
cerning the Land League funds. PIgott de
clares that 100,00) ot the funds tre not ac
counted for,
Edwin Dooth's second appearance at hcrlln
was another brilliant success. Crown Prince
Frederick William- was again present, and
Joined In frequent and tumultuous apfdauie
bestowed upon the actor. I
During the performance lately at a circus In
IlerdtdschcIT, llusslan Poland, 11 Are broke out,
and beforo tho spectator could ecatc tho
whole structure; was ab'iue- Three hundred
fersons ierlshcL
Tho reports of an early rising of the Mussel
mans In the mountain district of Kostern Kou-
niella are continued. The authorities seized
several cases of Martini rifles sent by the j-oung
Turkey' committee ot Constantinople to tbe
committee lu Phllllpolls. Turkish troops have
been clandestinely missed on tho Itoumellan
frontier.
Arrests continue lu Ireland of persons
charged with conspiracy, At (lain ay Patrick
Hlgglnt waa hanged as one of tho murderers
of tbe Hudleys.
THIS LATKIT.
Tho Senate the. 10th further debate, J the
.Tariff bllL IiiHlio House tho' Jadlciar- Com
mttteo reported that the claim of Majors at
contingent member from Xtjiratka waa fraud
ulent aud charging a number of offlclala ot
that State with lmos!iig upon the coinmltteo
heretofore by false representations.
Secretary Folgcr In a letter to the Chairman
ol the House Foreign Committee oil tho sub
ject otthe Hawaiian treaty, lakes ground
against Ihe abrogation of tho treaty, Ho tald
in effect that Its commercial advantages aru
greater than any disadvantages which have
been described.
Kx-Congrestman Fort a few day since
fainted Mid fell from hit buggv while driving
near Peoria, His., aud was dragged tome dis
tance, receiving Injuries from which ho died
lu a few hours.
Ex-Scuator Dorsey hat resigned at Chair
man of the lie ubllcan National Committee.
The President hat tlgned the Civil Service
bill.
The Arkansas Legislature re-elected A. H,
Garland lu tbe United States Senato. I(e re
ceived tho unanimous Vote of all lartlct, ex
cept thrco Orceubackers, who voted for Itufus
K. (larlond.
The Tennessee Legislature re-elected Isham
f). Harris United State Senator.
A great sensation ha been created lu France
by tho publication In the Parla Figaro of a
manifesto by Prince Jerome Napoleon,
criticising the present situation, and claiming
the Napoleonic Inheritance. Prince Napoleon's
manifesto waa, alio found placarded In tcjveral
quarter of Paris, He dwells on tho Impotence
and Incapacity ot the Uovernment, the dis
union ot Parllmeut and the decadence of the
army and finances. The Prince wat arrested.
Fftecn matrimonial associations of Louis
iana and Mississippi have lately been declared
fraudulent by tbe PostofAce Department.
Itlgkt Iter. J. C, Talbot, Dishopof tbe'Kpla
copal church of the Diocese ot Indiana, died
of puraljsls, at Indianapolis recently,
Mr Cjrut Thomat, of Sullivan, Ind., took
Ida wife out In a sleigh. Just at ho started
tbe lady rote up to adjust her tbawl, wbon tbe
lionet by a sudden movement threw her out.
'She exclaimed T am hurt,'1 aud djed In
stantiy. Her neck had cen. broken.
At Confidence, a amall mining town In Illi
nois, Michael Doyle, aq employee at ote ot
tbo mine, went lutolhe mine recently li feed
the mules kept there. He wa. accompanied
by hit wife, Mitt Mary Illuctt, und Joseph and
1 Tbofua. HH. While In tho uiluo, Doylo
strewed soma powder along the tiamway,
and touched Are to It, to show tbe party how
It worked. Tlie flash wa fol'owed by nex
rduson from a Jirty-j11le leg of powder,
aud all of tho party were terribly burned,
Miss Illuctt was fatally Injured, and the
1 Uitr w 111 be maimed for life.
A wept Are at Albany, N Y dettroied
the Tweddle Hall block, lucludlng tbe Qprr
House, Albany Bank and a number ot stores.
, Lot taco,wm t.ur.vw X,ClOO.
A TIKKUI!.K CALAMITY.
Tin, .Wwhnll Ilousn nt Jlllwnnlieii re
troj rd by l'trr A Large Number "f tr
sons lliirnrd o llrnth or Killed hy Jump
ItiR from the Iliilldlng Ttirrlblo Srriie
of Agony nnd llritlli,
Mii-wAVKxr, Wis., Jamlnrr 10.
Tho Ncnhnll House, tho slx-a ory brick
I milling, conic-of Mlhi(rnn street nnd Ilmnd
wny burnctl tothogrntinl this forenoon. Tlil
llr wasdlscoicroil nt four n. m Inb"tinn
hnltnn bnur Ibo wholo building, long desig
nated as adoiitb-lrip, wa piivclnped Inttnmes.
Scenes of tho utmost tornir prevnlbM, the In
mates nf tho doomed building lumping by
dozens from Iho upper stories, coloring Ihs
rtuno sidewalks w.tli llfelns. Imdlii, Tbo
shriek of tho unfortunates Allod thn nlr, III h
henrt-rendluir mnnner, pcoplo i 10w ln-ing nn
nb'o lo ronder hny nidi Quito it numlier ot tha
tcrr A ilifiieJH iiiidm'iplii)es of the hotel np
(cnrodilt tho window, and, aeoliir tlm ills-
tanco to tho around, fell back 10 perish tn Iho
tlatnta
Tho employe of Iho hotel, whlih ne mmo
dnlnd 10) truosts, numbered erirhty-slx, m tally
lodiind In Ibo sixth story. I'.xlt by thp way ot
thonwf wiul cutottb) ibo tiro, nnd Iho" two-stniiil-plpcs,
with llro-'atderi, woio not nvnll-
oblo fat tho fivinj icsijon, k -reiysfew jrejet
saved li) uinlngnu oinin.
Alt tho stnrni and orriQyj on tha gruupd
fimr, with content, worn dcstroyml, A mini
bcrot whileaalooJtibllsbnieiils on Ka-t Wa
ter street wore damaged.
a si.a or rr.AMK.
At fle o'clock Ihl momlinc thp doomed ho
tel presonfoil n slgi t which will 1101 . r b-fo
linltonby Ihnso vbo Ixdicld It. Tho wholo In
ldo of Iho tmllitlng was lino ma' of ronrliig
llnmes. nnd n perfect shower of rpuks end
cinder wiis blown bye brisk aoutbenxl wind
oicrtho tinrth.-ni part nf tt-o oty. Tlieky
wns llliimlnnlcd n bright ns dny, 1111 1 Ihe lib".
Iiig and roaring of tho deinurlng clenient
roti'd be hrnnl for block. Ttiolargi-, liiniT
coinlcoou llio smithenst coiner of iho build
ing oamo down w th n fearful crnsh, Itirylug
under It ruins lien llnll, n Arcman of steamer
No. 4. ilv was tpi okly kottenout tn mam ng
tho red-hot pi ti of the galinnlrol lion of
Iho cornice, nnd It wn found that ho wn o-
rumiy hut m t fatally hurt. Tho sixth. Jlfth,
mill fitlirlh Ifnjir. Iirnlin tlm,,lvl, .it ntij. nt, ?
inirod etrrjlbng with them tnihogound
Hnor Ahuaobiilk of llamrash'it up ntxiut
llfty feet bljh whn tbo lloor enmo down,
and nn iigunlzlng (bout from Ibo iniiltltudj
went up.
From that timo tbo Aro hid Its iindlsputol
sw'iy Inside. Iho I nror,iOI,-and. toward six
o'clock Ihe buildings f.n'tho cnit SI le, front'
lug on Water strout, liogan t ) burn. Two
sto. liners were sent nround tn llnst Water
street to protect tho estubl'slilll'llti of Hint
Iho utigbfaro. At this Mmo nil thn store nnd
olllie-s under tha hotel were enwrapped In
flnmew-t ; - rjrijcjrv ajci Sftrtw
ITioAro wnioxtlngursh"dntD 11 11. in. Noar-
ly ono hundred Una aro thought to 1 o lost.
mkiioiu ntir.ur.N.
Tbo Flro Dcpartmont fought tho Aro heroic
ally, but nil tlicy i-ould do wn lo prevent It
spread to tho surrounding liuslno blneks-rxti
Tho heat wnt ajJUteuss ihnMho cilpolarif tho
Chamber ot Commcrco lieirnn to tinoko ni If u
h'reo Aro wn raging wllhlu. Tlio m"ii of hoo'i
nnd ladder truoksl unit! worked utmost like
demons. They bad put laddoi across tho al
ley Irom tho bank building to tha burning h
tel, and crawled ncros. First, CdwnrJ Jtloia.
crnnd Herman btrnuu, from truck 1. Tho
latter carried anunoonscoiisg rl rlhtoutot
tho tlnnios ncto Iho diinjcroit and lllm-y
pnssaKc-way. John Uornloisor, A. A. Wotth,
n. li Nodlno nnd Oarrett Orcon, of tniok No.
S, fnllowod, nnd nbout twvlio pcoplo wore
a ol by tho bravo hiddlot.
ATTiiEMonniB ami rnuresTATiov. ,'
At tbo Morguo a horrid sight wn beheld.
Tho two small blcr wcro K)n flllo.1 with
bodies, tightly p ickol, und thou thi txxllos M
girls, women, men nnd walter-bojf wr la'l
prolnlrsooixrtri lb.lrraMn)7S(iMi Sr
henp, u tbo police patrol brought In tho bol Hv
inrconun rcurnt n time. At riaovcjUt
Iodic woro laid down In tbo dreir'plaee
which was locked up between Iho Ir ps of the
patrol wairon, an), therefore, no ldcntlAcatlon
was posslblu. Tbo four ot tho general oillcc
of IhoContral Police btatlc n wa turned Into a
l&lnret, erons fatally hurt winding thorn
folic In tho blanket on Ibo floor In oicrucl
ptlua.pniu Titnir.i.tKa rscarKs.
IMward Pollock, of faincastor, Wl wa a
guest nl tho house IIu occupied n room nn
tho fourth tin rof tho Ilroadway front, nearly
oicr tho balonny. At nbout 313,") bo wat
nyrnkoiied by tho breaking of gl iss in th1
tmnsom over tho door, and Iho llerro Halites
through tho rpcn'ng. Ha immediately gath
ered up hi dollies si fur a possltls, and,
stepping out on tho balcony, ho put on bit
tlotho nnd swung to tbo balcony I'cnciith,
whero half a dozen others woro .atbcroJ
Hero sheet end bod-clothes woro tied to
gether, nnd Ibngrounl roncbedby tho rope
Mr. Pollock wo nt ono tlinnn representative
of tlio .SoiKmt nt IjitKmlcr, nlll catllo lo Mil
waukeo to buy tbo outfit for 11 now paper nl
hlsilaco. lie said to a rcportor of the Sen
f ftul thnt tho llrn socmod nil nlnivo blin 1.-u
hoflut nwakencd, and an Instant uflcr tbe
tlame had cngulfod oiorylblng.
Another oscupo to bo rocordod I Ihutcf
man, whoso nnmo oould not bo Iciirncd, wti 1
wa soon w tnglng hlnis-lf f ram Iho fifth U001
of Ihj burning building Until bis foot touched
iho window below. Kicking In the window- he
dropped nnd grabhod Iho tasb. Thl wa re
peated until ho reached tho balcony, from
which ho wat rcscuod with h' hand bndly cut,
Casblor Oindec.of Iho MniiKfacturcri' Illtnk.
accompanied by hi ton, rorchod tho Aro hort
ly boforo live o'clock, nnd entered bis otneo
Ho rescued from hi Baton box containing nil
tho l aluablo papers, chock and caab, nmnunt
IngO f&U.OX), which ho enrrod tolhadoor.
but was In a oousldoniblu sluto of oxclti menb
nna was unablo to rescue It from Iho building
until two volunteers asutlod him tOi-irryll
nrrott tbo ttroit to Iho Ainer can Hx press of.
Ace, wbcro It wn put Into aafo quarter.
m-EciMKM iionnniu,
At ono tlmo tbero word alx persons bangtii
fromslx wlndow-sllls at tboflllb ttpryat th
same tlmo, crying In agonizing tones Tot
tbo help that oould uot bo rendored them, ant)
oiuMifter another loosened ibPlrgrlp pud mil.
their fate, ,
Mr, Allen) Johnson and hit wlfo sprang from
n flrth-ttory window. Ho wa oaiixbt In tb
Jumplng-ctnya. but tuttalnod Injuries from
wh'6hh0dlcd, Ills rlfo-struetTon tbe 'ale.
graph wires, tiouiided ots. and was '.;
.1 L. iiL!:
caught, but was
lunlvvlhcri
1. . T i. "r.lu , '""
Ono man, l 1, ulu alms J down
length from a nfth-ttory'wmdow, pur 1111
feet through tbo window below and
1 cache 1 tbo fourth lloor In safety, 1h"
operation wa reKxited until Ito third
Boor wa reached, each point gained In h't
perilous acsoent Doing greeted with inoourug
Inrcboers from the bystanders. As ho wat
putting his feet through tlo top of the second
story window, Ida ban It flipped from tho till
bo 0, and with wdd thrlok of despair bo fell
backwards, turning over sovcrut time, und,
striking tho pavement on hi head, wa man
gled beyond roougnltlon.
Anothor man Jumped from tbo fiflh-siory
window, struck tlm telegraph wires oh Michi
gan stroct, bounded up, and cumo down n
mangled mast of llesb and bones.
A number of people dropped out of Iho dlf
fercntstorles on to tbo Juinping-caiiius, but.
Inn roajorlly of cases they wero killed out
right or sustained Injurloi from which (hero li
llttlo hopo of recovery.
During tbe progress of tho flro two men ap
peared nt a win low In an upporstory, und,
as thoy looked down upon the scone below,
tbo foor of tbe room gai 0 way, and, with un
agonlting shriek, the Ml bickwurls Into thp
vortex of flame,
A 11BIOAL, COITLE.
One ot the saddest facta In connection, with
Ibis awful catastrophe it tbo fate of Mr. mil
Mrs. John Qllborf Mr. Gilbert la eoineclod
with tbe Minnie Palmer Company, playing tbo
part of lbs gamtder la "My bweof
heart." Monday, In Chlcato. Jutt be
foro leailng for Milwaukee, Mr. Qllbcrl
marrlod a young lidy to whom be
c?lHhIe.',l,. !",clel. nd who rcclprf
tatedtboloie lettowl tipurj her. Wednes
day morning tho fair young wlfo lay In Iho
SSsft10 J1001'' ,Jnd.B, ,'"! fhmkuiloii llouio
wrltblng narony. lay tho hutuaud, b'ltn ati.
r-""-. -' ivii. uui fiu uoite 1 ri it that
ho ran be aated John i.du.r!'. V .1 l-.l
ns John
Dommlng, Ilia
r al nnnl.
wlto't nvi'9 wat
auuou.
. r-r-i r-
ArUrllUiiK MrciiP Xarroir i:fnifro
.J alh by Flro.
Nr.w YonK, January 8.
A 111X1 broke out In tho Avo-story brick tene
ment at Nd. l Hester street at an early hour
(hi? -rnprrdng, wh eh wa accompanied with,
hcurirrn'dlng seencs Thn bullillng Is tenanted
by clgbtecu famll'ct. Ijisi. night all Iho Ion
nil fjf thApUio except thfou famlllo rWM
flj.T arj tho top lloor wero at wmldlng. f liort
Iy nflof twolie n'rloek Mr. Mark, resldlnt; 011
tho lop lloor, returned homo with his wife from
tho woddlng llcfnrc retiring for tha niuht
hi wlfo lookcl out nt her door Int tho hall, to
tee If everything Was right. The sight which
met her ir ie si .rllnl hor nnd cued her tucrv
,out.wIth nftiTJliL Flimeswars Issdnrfrom
Ibo door of n rear iroin on the south tldontth I
second lloor, occupied by Mr. IwU Ralskow-
slct. Iter husband, who heard her shriek, him I
rlcdtSut Into IhO hall. Seeing tho plarawa on
Are hnran let the door of tho rooms occupied
by tho other faDillle,and, poundlmr ihcn.011,
nwoVo Ihom from their akep. Tbero wore
on tho lloor at tho time four men, Attomichll
dreii nnd nfo wuni-n, ono of whom, agol
eighty) carl, lay very 111. A)!, with tbo ex.
cepttou of rho Ktctc wi 11111, run Into, tho halt
In their nlKh.-elolhoi. Tho men, tccln.f thai
tnQaoijiJlk depended 00 tlson, hurried
down-talrtrthrouli Ibo blln llmr and suifocut.
Ing annkowhlch wav nip dly Ailing Iho plsee.
Thoy coulil.not tret further than Jho tloor l
low. Hero Ihtle further progrct wn bnrrea
by a wall of. tlaoie, which wn Issuing from
KaUkonskr room and eat ngnwny tho stalr
CAe, the only mear of oxlt Into tbo street
Thdmen, llnd 11 Ihit they roil Id not csiapc
Hits wy, burrlcil up-stnlr to w l.cre tho wotn
tn nnl children wero shrlrklng and runnlnf
ntxiut In n balf-crncd condition. They worn
Into tho rear room nnd opened Iho windom
tngnoutm) thonre-csenpo; Aa theyrildsoa
mni of llnmo thot up from Inlaw. Finding
Hint tbero wa line hnneo of reach ng,hoyanl
I-Wtow by this iroiiin, thn men took the women
nnd children und hurrlod them up ontil tbe
roof. Thoy then took out Iho oil woman'
on her bod and carried her up. lli-rj the
situation was tcrrlbtoln tho extreme. They
werorn tho roof of n Aio-story lonemcnt,
many fcernbovo Iho low building 011 either
s'doof them.' II lowthemthollro wasrnglug
without hindrance. For a moment ei en the
men bcoamo excllcil, and tvho somo wn heart
rending. 2 hey soon rcgnlnoil their presniioa
of mini, niulloiked nlwut for 11 mcnti-Df cs
rnpo from tholr perilous po Hon. Tho lioui'e
at No. 10 Cssox stroct, tbo roarot which nliiit
tod on to tho jard lehlnl Iholnirnloir Imlld
Ing, nnd whlih, wa tho samo h-uht ai the
Intler, seemed to them to lo thclrtjn'y iiintu
of racnpi. A apace of twcho feet wat lo
Iwcon them nnd It. Ono of tho men thought
of nomo-elank that woro laid oer Iho roof
quirk ns thought Iboy wero torn un nnd
thrown turns tbo space. A shaky lit Ida- wm
Ihusbunlcdly inustni to). 2hn four women
crawlo I evi-r on their handl and kneo. Tno
men plolred up Iho alck woman and enrrod
hcroter. Mhen llio women wero In antity,
thn inenmnlo four Jmirn-Jt to tbo burning
bulldlnjrfor thocb llrcn.
The Senate rreslilcntlnl-Succcision Hill.
I
' WAittOTOt, January P.
Tlio hill whit h pissod tho Sen ito to-day to
proildo for tho performance of tho duties nl
Ibo ontoo rf President In case of tbo removal
death, rcs'gnatlnn, or Inability both ot thr
president nnd Vlco-Presldcntcnactst
BkctioU 1. Tb it, In oto of Iho rcmovnt
death, rcslgmt'oii, or Inability or both Jh
President nnd VlcoProsldent of tho United
Htntc, tbo Secretary or Stale, or If thero lH
none, tir In cii-c of hi tvmoi nl, death, r04lan
lion or Innlilllty, then another momlter tit the
Cabinet In thlaoiderof prottilincoi Kccrptnrj
o thoTreftMiry, l-ccri'lury of Wor, Allorney
flnnernl. l'oatmaatcr-tioncrnl. Hccrotn vot th
Navy, hecrotnry of tho Interior, shall net ai
I l'rcadentfntll Iho d.snblllty; is'irmlltoil.tu
ll lit I tho vrtt-iincy I otherwlso lawfully Ailed,
such nfhoer being rl'glblo to Ibi plllce
-nr i'rcaleiit under tbo Conttitntlon,i nnd
si it 1111 tar articles c f lninoacbinent bv
tk hausvofTtepiesenUitlsva at iho time the
-msui ''ilip in iwithall dcvolvt,
txjilfiri s.''d-d 1 bat iwicr tlw thiw
oi .ivi'iuip -s into i'f -n ir 1110 uiiifee
o.e,ui4.'a-lvoui.'ni.i,f . tho ier.'it
nnnrA Iff intrce io 11 it limn In ossl 11, m
it wmild 11 t meet rnu-ulnrly within twenty
tlaytlicrcnflor. It thill bo tho duty nf tho 1 Or
son iiprn whun said 1 ewer nnd duties shall
dcvolte t l-sue n pr rlum tli 11 oonvan ni
ConirraM In cxtraonlltinry session, glilns
twenty dtr n I coof Inc. tino "f Iho meotlnir.
Ski i. That tho prorrillifg rct on shall only.
I o held In descril c nud 11 rply tn those nincurt
who stall Inn 0 liecn npMilntoiby tho ndrjve
nud consent of Ihe Hcnnt.) to tbo offlocs there-,
Iniiamcil. ,
Hue. a. That Section HO of Iho IlovlscdSlat
ute Is hereby repealed.
...
rilchtfnl Holler Kxnlaslou In l'cnnsyll
niii.1.
DKTittriiEM.Pa,, January P.
A frightful bo lor ex p'oslon occurred to-day
at the No. 1 blast-furnaco of tho Ilcthlehom
Iron Otmpnuy, resulting In tho do.ilh of.foiu
men end a woman, and tho sorlous Injury ol
ovoral olbor. Ton lm lor w 'ro Uratod o ei
the iiHiilns-holltn at an elei alien Of thlrtv-flre
ftkt. FlVuof theso wcra forty Incho 111 dl
nimteraud t'.ilrly-slx feet long, and tho ethen
wtro smaller nnd wero usol for heating pip
peso. Two of ths Inrirest billois exploded
wlfiterrlno force, wreck ng h) Interior of the
cnglno-bouia and demolishing uonrly half the
pattcm-tibop nd.'o'nliu th engluo-bouso. On
twllar was carried tbrolifh the Ventilators und
bloVe tbitiugh tho roof of tho o'd mill and f el
to the ground. Of tho ten bo ler only three
werelett lu vsltloi Tbo Interior of tbocn-gloe-bou'
win Allod with debris, nnd Iho moo
went to work t j search for the rnlaslug. Th
bodlr ot (letinrn (I ready nnd Jeiso llrltrht, civ
:lne?ri. Were found, i'ainiiel MoCall lions. I
sillor-touder, wnsinllul lo death. Anotbot
roan wn taken from tbo ruins uti'ceoriiUntilo.
ThowUoof ap..d 'ler nsiioxl draft, fctehlnt
I Is dinner, was k Hod. William llurch and I
lluwel, nitloni-inaknra, woro badly Injured.
Thl loiter tlirown throiiKb Iho roof of the
old mill was burled 100 feet, and full anions
ulcdMQ) workmen.
Snake right.
Ontbo other lido of tho Santa Fe water tauki
yetlarday, n Agbt occurred between a rattle
snake and n b'acksnuke. Tbo rnttletnaka w-11
nrjuuxntly on A Journey, olid tbe meeting wat
quite 7clJeuIsL -At lit at Iho hsUleinltkt
sought to ai old a dllCc'iilty, but wbon the
blacksnako pressed tho mattor be )iat
o!7nnd foldod his lougth Into a colt
llii bl ickanako glided around In swlfti elf
clel JJ10 nitllcsiiak nevi-r banged ItitKul
I rj, Ilut tho circle still itlmlu'ibci) III
lan,nnil osllia Maaksnake drew cloeo thl rah
tie).n ntHiearsMl tovrnwvanfusil, -lllr-f
, 6JtI mifive nut tho t arp-und
' WVI .tWrJ w If vervro wm un 1
Th ' 1 1, .)e w-lsed by a lightning ni
xjijtnl, ti t. rsvui. r Ly the thioat, anKi iinViii
nimupni folds, tno mo rolled oicr and o-ei
together, end In a row moment 111" rattle
khake cemed tu broitbo. An ciaiiilnatlou nl
tbo dois Uly uf tbo latllesnake rovcale-l
fracturoln tbo aplne nt oomph to a If dono by
a I low w-llh a cluU Tho ruttlosnuko meat
tired, ditvl, lire feet nnd Ihreo lncbi . ifirl
n'trilh Utttat) iJtMocmt.
Coal-Oil Accident
I
At San llcinardlno, Cal., a fow day ago hue
ton Hiunmer, a lad of nine year, podred f il
oil from n can lito a stuie. lbs) Ban tUplodrd.
ei'i eloping the boy lu tbo burning o't Mill
inpthor ran to bis rescue, und both ruibod Into
Iho struct, ho a pillar of Aro, A man envelope)
tbe lad's head In n barloy-sack, but It 101041)
up instantly. A blanket wo brought, bu the
Asuifct oould not bo extlngu shed. Ho wat
then placed In a sink and Ibo hydrant turned
oil blm. This last rctourc Anally extinguished
Ihe burning rait'- Hit entire body wa burned
bVt r, an) tlame were Inhaled. Ho only lived t
tow hour. The mother ws terribly bufned
form the waist downward, and lbs home, vlb
contents, wat consumed,
Tub Kootenai Dlveriltei la llrltlsh Colum
bia, runt Into the United Slate t and waters a
rstt rejlon, 1 a I tbe 1 clreks back to the laws
nt Its birth, and oraptles into Ibe Columbia lu
Ihitlsh ierrllor) , forming a curve like a bout
tboe. Duilngltt ccurn It psttet wlthlo.t
mil ot ibe Columblt, and a caual ot (hit;
distance over a graasy pr.lr.e would tare It ,s
courte ot Are hundred mite before reicflln;
ItapjI.
Mas. FuzintTU C Cvstih. widow of Oen
tralC utter, possesses the list flag of truce
uted u thi War of 'bo IteheDIm, which i
nrrlej hy Co.ouel P M Flmt fon tM Cou
felt rale tsentr 1 John
1) GorJon to Ueneral
1 y a white towel. j
Shtrt ln, and wa . ere
I'KHSON.VTi ANDiUTGIMItr.
II. A. Onrllolil. oh pfJlipWo I'rr
Wont, liabconclioonto; ho Mi oitllor til
Iho "iVIlllnnn College .tfAfturtftn,
MIm Clintnberltn, tlio Amcricin
benuty in Knj;lnnil. lm cnnturoil Wt
Mulsy 'llioni)i0ii, nud Ms income ul
fcl00,003ti.vcnr.
- Cliinilnli, 80 mcII knim'utolliorenl.
vr$ of "Llvliipstuno'n.Lifo mul Trav
0I1," I tlcmt. lit) ivnn ono of tlio nieu
with Llviust 1110 whoti liu'JIcil.
It Is tlio op nlon of Kvniiolht
Hnrnc Hint Mr. looily 1 making more
(lirl tlnii tlmti 11117 mnii living, mul
Mr Imri'Moll moro Inliilii's Ar. J",
Time.
Mrn. Hny, tho first woiimn win went
ilvillc, dtifj In tho minus, ncmireii
ain ns n sciuit, took In wnshlng,
utfv lm n foiiiino of $1,000,000.
t'ranrhco Chronicle.
Plto Attoinoy Hcnornl of (jtioiioo,
'oiciili Alfreil Moussotui, recently
" rttctl 11 gentlomnn n Jtiitlro of the
a. av" Mul oMlelnlly "nolt ylnj; him,
'it "A I liavo been Ii..tnmcit thil
ftnlii numlier of llioso wliuiu I litiiu
iH'tl.to tlio ioiltion of J. 1. nro
1. -til anil burled ion will bo kind
1 ieh lo lot mt' know before ten tlnyj
!i illtjr joti nro ilorul ornllvo. Incnie
uu do not reply wllliln Iho noxt ten
'vs yon will bo considered ns bolng
liinrl Conito tlo Flu .Jnmex, who It
vliltlnj.' San Fninclseo claim lo bo n
iVircct ileccndniit of Jnmc tlio Second.
II s mother, a real Stuart, mirriod a
l'roncli noblomnn. 'llio Cguut, who It
n Lleutonnnt In tho .Second itoglmout ol
French Dragoons, e.iyg that America il
'tho best phco In Iho world to make
monor, tho most charming plncn In ths
world for tho lo irlsl. and tlio most ad-
mlrablo plneo In llio world for the
sportsman " Ho has been huntlne the
bullalo and grUly for tlnoo montliR.
Mlss Jmcrn1da Hoyle, who was the
leading spirit In organizing tho "I. Hor
ary Soelct of Washington" nt Jlrs.
D.ihlgn'ii's homo. Is tho daughter of an
old naval olllcor, whose eccentricity
ivus to nnmo hi t'hlldrcu for whatuvei
1 art oriiliicO ho was in nt tho time ot
their birth, lleiico one of Jils dnurtliter
wns naniuil Oceana. Iwlne born whllo
l.o vas among tho South Sot Islands,
nnd another l'nclflca, for tho samo
reason. A son ho named Juan Fer
nandas, bor.auso ho hnd been lsitlng
that llnr.d just boforo tho child was
bon Mlis Ksniornlda was born in
Spain aud spent hor childhood nt Ma
deira. Chicago 'Ifmts.
- Frank lAinibard, a well-known cam
paign-singer ol I hlcago, whoso death
wa recunily announced, loft Ids wife
nnd daughter penniless. So long ago 11
18fli l'nttt'. was s inrlnsr nt vmlitlcal
gntliorings. nnd lu llio days nf tho war
110 pubiio assamblago In Chicago wns
complete without him. Uo went to
Vlckulmrgw tlitlioSanltarrCotiinilssion
In 18(I;, nnd sang "Old hlndy." "Tho
Stnr-bpangled Jlaunor.v ".;ohn Iironn"
nnd o(hor patriotic songs to Iho boj s In
Iho Hold. During tlio LlnooIn-McOloI-Ian
campaign In 1801 ho satig at hun
dred ot mooting In Illinois, nnd In tho
congress'onal and pros'dont'nl cam
paigns s'neo that timo liisiolco has al
ways bectr heard. Chicago -Kewt.
' 1 ; - -'- -
IIUoIOKOUS.
Young hinrJowlfo: "Wliat mlcr
nblo liulo eggsl Yon must really tell
them. .lano, to lot tho hen sit on them
a littio longer, or wo mint clmngo bur
grocer."
A I'oston man has discovered a way
of running sewing machines by hot nlr.
Vo can lurnlsli him plenty of ninety
eight degrees in tho shade next turn
mor.JfetroU Free I'rvt.
Tho town of J'arls, Tox., has raUod
n pOlftlo Ilo feet long. Tho Colorado
beetle h.Wt hrjard Of that fashionable
summer resort. When Itiloes Wo shall
rend ot a potato bug to match.
"Do you subscribo to all Iho arti
cles of tho Athanasinn crcodf" wits
asked art old lady. "No. I don't! I
enn't allord It. There's n co'loL'tion
hnxl Week for llio convention fund, ami
I can't tlo any more," was llio reply.
Chicago Tribune.
-N nd tenths of thn crdno of the
world Is porpotrnt- d nftertuiidown, nnd
If the fcoelety for tho Prevention ol
Crliiin is niiK-cro in Its work. It will Im
mediately risk Congro to enaota law to
jirovont tho ami giuiig down bofot'o tun
o'clock p. m. -Norrulowii Herald.
A Falling out once Oectirrod be
tween Ihe Stomach and tho Other. Mem
bers of tho Hodyi u hereupon an Illuosi
of all I nsuod. ''See. 110.1V said tho
Other Members, " what a lllamed Fool
vounro. for Instead of 1 clmrtho Hcalthv.
Comfortablo stomach )ou onco Were,
you uro Now red lend lo tho Mortlfica.
nonoi icep ngunscsioraurugtjioro.'
Jkm'ef IrtOunC-l'rivtct.
- Sccno on railroad plnt'orm nl
Holdolberg. Traiolor to nnlvorslty
ottulunt "Sir. jou aro crow ling; koop
back, sir." U. 8.. lorcoly, "Don't
yon llko UP Allow me to tell you that
1 nil! nt y ollr service at any tlmo mul
nluco " Traveler, bonlgnantlys "Oh,
indeed; that Is very kind of you. J ml
rnrry thl saehol lo tho hotel." -A-froif
Free lixtt.
-Mw. X F. M.Whnt I tho lesl
hnklniMiQivder? Wo tlon't oxactly
Uaw. nanitl. The " Hlio-Up Will-Htu-ltlov"
is a good olio, nud tho
"(jrtbriol's Tnimp" Isn t ha'f bud.
Thuru's Ihe "(jlUUp-nndrOlt" how
w.U that do tor 3 our Ur, would yo 1
llk tlm "Grain Klovatorf To loll
yon Iho tnilh, Mrs. I- F. M plain old
fashioned j onst Is good enough for tis.
Ilut, if j 011 must tiso iinnaUinil means
lp niako your bro d rise, wo II send, jou
noma of the poors wo get. Thoy are
light enough, In ml tiotisclcneo. Duck.
Tlio Fox uud the Fowl.
A J'ov wild had gorged hlmsolf with
Ihreo Fowls was nlttlnir in t. fence cor-
nor ultli n disgusted loot on hi 1'aco
when along cauio a 1'oasant, w ho said
"Tho only tbn,k I haio against you
Is thnt ou steal 111 v Fowls."
"If that's all wo can bo Friends," re
plied tho Fox.
"How."
" hy, I am icady to proralse llat I
will never again disturb tho peace of
your Hen-Hooit."
"Honest?"
"Honest Injun." snld Reynard, as he
laid his mtw on his stomach.
Two ua) s afterward tho Feasant was
cross ng his Fiu'ds when ho suddenly
came upou tho Fos dovouringene of hi?
bnot Hens.
IUI hut It I 6rs.roc.lv fortv.uleht
hours s'neo yoti promised to lot ray
Fowls aloie! '
Yc-, 1 know." roplled Reynard as
hp guhd dpwn a letr; "uut just then 1
was ,tun"cil with Chicken aud could
hold iiq moro."
mqu.u -
Don't Axiioct that what n man mom
lMj ou a fHllntODiaeh wlllbe carried nut
I pu.an empty one, Pfivu - I'rw,
MX.
filrls nr) cpoclally doomed to cruel
trealtnenl. while tho b ij-s "act so," If
conllnod s girls nrc, Ihnt thov nro per
mlttud lo havn a llttlo moro freedom
turned loose Into tho ynrd, where thriy
are able to Invent plays, o to., enough
to keep them In a good physical condi
tion, aside from bail habits of living.
Hut tho ulrls. delicate orontttre. a
dlllcrcnt clns of mortnl, a Ik. might
teem, cnnsittutionniiy Iran, norn m
have otirro I spines, n dcllcnlo stomach,
a pile fncc. n contrneted ohost, of tho
wasp-foim, liouscliold pets or tender
Iioush nlnnls. must bo tienlodns If thov
wero Intended only for the house, its it
lulcht sui'tu. Their uelicnto utomnchs
aru treated to pic, enko, doUghnttis, a
nit 0 cracker, samo ricu prcscrvos, ico
cream, with ligs, eatidy, lnlsins, mitt
and thn like for dessert, nn tho fatso
supposition that thoy cannot bear sub
stantial 1001I, nnu tint mis tran U real
ly nourishing as compared with s,lm
plo food, whllo, pnvplicnll'. It Is ncr''
woruuessou ncooiinioiuie uiiiovi
can 1)0 appropriated by such IV
stomach, llosldo bc'ng prnctlo
nearly starved, tho tender mothor
poets tutu 1110 njipotuo is not ns goot
It should lo. and would bo If proj
food wns allowed, with "'it-of-door
crclso, nnd tho Innocent and dolit
child 1 dosed with powerful drug
powerful for harm Willi but Y
knowledge of Iho real wants of
child, and less of tho patent modlcln
Inllii'toil on Iho victim! It may bo ll
sho foolishly rosorbi to tho usb of
dent spirits for such n, delicate p.
when intioh, If not most, in tho market .
is unnfo for a strong man. If mado '
lion vlsh, norvous, Irritnblo by such
liarsh treatment, unable to sloop, thn
symptom, romonstinnres, nro limliml
by tlio 'use of sonio "soothing syrup,"
rich In opltiml
Mothers, let your girls llvol Allow
thorn moro llborty In tho puro nlr of
heaven, in tho glad sunlight. Do you
fear that they will bo tanned? That
tan I only tho ccrttllcnta of Nnttiro
that she ha commandod her blessing
upon thorn, tho oyldcneo of Invlgora
t on. I ot them ulav llko irood bovs
nnd with thorn, rortnlnly till thoy have
?;alnod some muscular powor, ns n
nuudntlon for what awaits them In tho
futuro. Do you fear that suclt associn
tioa wllh boys will mako them rudo?
Foloct good boys for thorn, nnd ro
member that thoy woro placed in this
world to mlndo with society, of both
soxes, aim mat ll you win allow mem
to mlng'o with boys, tho boys nviy bo
como less rudo, " better associates for
them. Komcmbcr that they woro placed
hero, not simply to bo not?, to llvo nn
Indolent llfo in a careful retreat, but to
I vo for boys and with boys, to associate
w th thom'ln tho family, In tho school,
nt church, everywhere In notlvo lifo.
Good bo (a will not harm good girls.
They will lio together, they must .sso
elate together lu nftcr life, and slinuld
do so now. Let them tup nnd jump,
lion and skin, frisk and nlnv lust liko
. . " .. ... .T
tho dear llttlo lambs, fur this is tho way"
in wiiieii 1110 yoiuir, imitcaio mo ct
ubornnco of tholr spirit, and promoto
their growth and health. Lot thorn
Join tholr brothers and nolghbor
nssocintos ill Innocent games of
nmusomont ami recreation. Lot them
raaku - bond, nuwehvrslnew.,nftn'ev just 1
llko moir brothers, for iiuir n.ivu me
samo initsoUs, nud need lo hnvo thctu
Well duvelopod, to bo strong and endur
ing, Just ns certainly as tholr brothers.
As tho futuro wlvos and mothers thoy
need muscle development ns certainly
M tho boys, and perhaps Just na much.
Let them wear loose clothing that their
lungs may bo expanded, strengthened,
so that there need uot bo In tho futuro
audi a fearful mortality among the
glrjs, Jmt cmorglng Into womanhood,
a at present Lot tho chest bo un
trammelled, so thnt tho six hundred
millions (I) of air cell may not bo
closed by compression, thus paving tho
way for consumption. Lot them Uonat
tiral in theirmotlons, tholr gait, nnd thoy
will bo graceful, or sulllcionily so for
girls at that ago. Do not allow any prim
"Jlrs. isrunuy" tomsiii uiioineir irn
dor nflml the idea that It Is "imnron-
cr" to bo nntural. nnd Hint thoy must
wnlk In just such "-tylo, cratiiictl and
nrtiliclnl in tho oxtremo. Homombor
not only that hoalth is as important' for
mothers ns for fathers, but that It can
not bo obtained by 111 ing on the fash
ionablo "goodlos," shut out from tho air
nnd sun, m lndolenco; but in tho natural
oxcrclso nf all of our faculties, body,
In' ' mid soul. Let tho girls UvcU
G JI11U
Popular I'lirn'es.
We often hear phrases and ejacula
tions to which we aro so accustomed
they pass without remark, until some
ono struck w th the humor ot tho phrase
will repent It, trying to solve tho ques
tion of its origin, llio old, careless,
familiar exclamation is the subject of
curious Investigation. Sometimes it
may bo traced to tho Greeks, Komnm
or Arabs, an J found to be little changed
slnco tho days of antiquity. Among
-theso sayings thoro is th a ono that was
formorly used lu polite society, but has
been btntshod as a vulgar saying. It is,
"God bios yo il" the grot'tlng made to
nnvoup. that snoozed.
No pcoplo woro over moro supersti
tious than tho Itomaus. il'hoy wero
Suldcd by tbe merest accidents. With
urn sneezing wns nn augury that they
Intcrprote l In various ways. From
BiWti until midnight It wns a favorable
sign, but from midnight until noon It
wus tinfavQ able; a herald of luppiucss
or woo alto, according as one sneezed
to tho right or loft. Ilut it was always
11 sacred sgn and to bo, regarded as
rntich as tho tllghtof bird, or any of tho
priests' auguries. Those whq sueozud
wero saluted with tust worJs: "May
Jupiter keop and aid yon!" From this
bit of aii5ent superstition arose the
custom now nearly forgotten among
IJoii bless
Christ an, ol urylng out,, "
vmil" whim nnU sneeze.
Tbo reason ot its use as nn augury
has uot been discovered Rut sneeilng
has ovorywhero and in all times been
considered worthy of a certain degree
of attention. According to tho Jaws
Iho custom ot wishing well to ono who
sneezes date far. far back, even to tho
creation. When Adam wa drlveu out
of para liso. so runs tho tradition, Cod
ordained that man should snooze only
at tho moment of death. Hut now
sneezing Is looked on as a return to llfo.
Tho French peasant- say that a patient
that has sneezed mree unws h consid
ered in good health, aud may bo safely
ilmlod from a hospital.
The Siamese explain it differently.
They say there are la the Infernal re-
gious sludges wbo write un ine sins 01
men In large books. The Supnw
Judgi is oeatlaually ireeuplsxl hs review
ing the collection, and tha uufertunaW
mortal whose sin fall btaeath the 'eye
of tbo Judge will srtMMi a' lit) md.
Thus showing hew uwful U U J cry out
for divine am at nuon ron.at..
In tbt kingdom of Seunaar the court
ier, ami alf in atte-ndaao, obierve a
curious custom ol turning .my wiiea
Ul That (llrl Lire!
the King sneezes, nnd strJ'Bfj ke right
thigh. ,
Hut tho strnngeit and most ludicrous
custom of nil uruvnlll in Monomotaptv.
Tho King wicczps and n, frightful explo
sion lakes piaoo. All 1 lie courtiers oon
sider it Incumbent on Iheal'dvek to Ihi-
Itato rnvnltv as noarlv ns possible. Ther
first echo tho sound nnd it Is enu-cb1 up
In tho net apartment, and simnding
through tho palace is continued, (o Mm j
streets nnd houses, until the entire town
has proved Its loyally to its sovereign.
"To pass tho HuhU'on." This bislx)- j
romo n provorb In the sense of under 1
Inking a hat-ardous entorprl'o from 1
which thoro can bo no retreat. It refers
to Crcsar's rovolt against the Senata.
Ilut a thread on Iho map of luly, the Kit
blcon was as n great gull dividing Italy
from C'l'nlpino Until. Tho Scnatn, to
Insure Homo against tho troops of Gaul,
had lsiiicd thu famous mandate thnt
devoted to tho Infernal god Md de
clared sacrilegious anil parricidal who
ever should en oss Iho Huulcon with ale
1 or cohort ."j. H
v,fhen Iho Sonata roftucd t , the
nulshlp and continuation of LL bv
nimcnt, ho determined. In derlniice.
1 iias tho limit of his rule and march
10 llomo. Hut on reaching tho banks
uf tho stronin ho wns llllod V.th doubt
nud hesitation at tho danger ho would
jour. For along tlmo he conferred with
i-s Irlonds, saying tho river onco pasted
ha sword must tlocldo everything.
While he dobnted. a prodigy occurred,
UynvH wolcomo to llio ltoman. A man
' lo'fty sUituro and remarkable beauty
wtwsuuiloniy aeon seainu aia auoivuis
tanco playing on n pipe Some shep
herds and soldiers of iho neighboring
guard collected around tho pipor to
listen. Among tho soldiers wero some
with trumpets. Cicsar seired oue of
llio tmraiots.and, urged his horse to the
bank of tho river, where ho drew from
tho iiistrumpiit most warliko blasts.
Then, dashing across to tho oppo'to
bank, ho exclaimed: "Onlonl the die
Is eastl Tho voices 01 me imraorwi
god and tlm inlustlpo of our enn)lo3
calll" Hut his decision involved Uomo
In a Ion j- and fearful struggle
Another Baying Is "No Quarter,"
Formorly the ransom of a soldier wns a
quarter 01 ins pay. 11 1110 victor ue
sired to retain his prisoner, or have him
put to death, lie refined Ills' ransom;
that is, would tako no quarter which
m'clit par for his dellvornn 0. So tho
expression means to mako no conces
sion, out 10 net wun oxiremo rigor.
A "Sardonio" laugh, that Is to my, n,
convti'sivo. deadly kind of lntigh. In
Sardinia thero grows a kind of ranun
cuius called Santonin, Nyhich contracts
In a strange wny tho muscles of tho face
when it is cat'en, so that the lips aru
forcibly drawn back, and tho patient lo
whom it Is ndmlnleterL'd seems to srailo
whllo dying.
Ilut nnnthor explanation is more gen
orously ntlmittcd, drawn from 'an an
cient custom of tho Sardianlans. At u
certain yearly festival, thoro were "Sac
rifice 1 not only tho prisoners of war,
hut all old men who had pawed their
sixtieth year. Thojo Wretched morta's
wero forcod to smile during tbo'horri
blo ceremony of being pot to death, a
Ceremony that was prolonged tor tho
edification of tho lookers-on. Thu a
nntonlo Jnti'-b roHf one that kimere
J -etl Uia Hsmiv. UwciiV-fiB.l n( U-JtnMt
morrlmcnt. coneeaftnr thu bltternww at
heart. Amy Lovetl, in The ll-whUt.
A Case of a Thoiuanil.
Columbus Brown, the man who dis
covered a boxcontafninsralnrgeamount
of monoy at Franklin, Venango County,
l'n., hail long httd u mania fur discover
ing tiio treasure which was thought to
iinro been burled by tho French while
in possession of that part or tlie coun
try. Ho had dreamed of fimllnr it,
again, and again. The other night, ho
dreamed, as usual, that he was.oount
Ing nnd handling a elicit ot gold, and
that ho had found Ft buried in tbe earth
at tlio foot ot a tree. In an open Held.
So nxclled was he that ho awoke, only
to lind It all a dream, iw usunC He
nrow, walked to the window, and there,
beforo him, In the field, stood the identi
cal treo which ha had seen in hi dream,
but ho put It reaohilolyasidonsadrosm,
as most sensible men would hare douo,
and retired to bed nnd to sleep. He
had scarcely closed bis eyes till he was
again in the field and nigging at the
root of the tree. Ho was informed In
somo manner, ha oannot fell liow,
but by a man with a foreign accent,
aud In a military uniform, with a
sword and sash, that If he would moao
uro a certain d stanea front the
center of a rock in the run, due north,
and then measure thirty-three feet due
west from that point, Ite would find Ihe
treasure ho had so often seen in his,
dreams. Early tlie next morning he
arose, nnd, procuring a tape line, went-,
and measured as he had been direoted
in his dream. What was his surprise
to lind that each and every measure
ment brought him to tha foot o( tlia
cbostnut t eo In the open Held. Browu
did not toll any ono about hie dream,
nor of tbo result; but during- tlw day h
wont to Colonel Ureakley, who owns
tho ground, aud asked and obtained
permission, on some pretext, to dig
noar tho chestnut truo. 11a and his son,
a lad of sixteen, commence I digging nt
tho root of tho tree, aud at a depth ot
something over six feet, about four p.
nu, struck something anno. uuue.Mne
center of tho tree which gave forth a
mctnllio sound. A furtlwr aisatiriiia-
nway of tlio gravel atml iuvoK-Uib-
tlm ehtna nl am nf ftl tsNUS tuur fu-
Wlld with oxelteiwtusUhoy emtinujd h, t'
dig until thoy h -i bntsartuudj ttw -j- -
or box. which vhlriy-i!f inch-, il
long, twenty Inche wd. mxtexr fj
four Inch io,p, or )fr) i."' (' .
dimension ei.i,aa ontlnsaBr -.fccuiu-J
Their uullelWl-rltrl m '
oier. utK eowm. hoc iuvxhwh m,
cavatlon. The voMHtr mK wti MMt loc-i
b haramer and cold ehWl, and the'lM
I wn Linn -rT P-,f aXil Ttl-li .lta 1rUlaB
a0 BVllt ItVniVI -n "- trs-giT-a. rt a--vn
met their gase was enough tu tun the
litjsis ui nuy itiisis. xn uu ssi Mv,tw
two-thirds filled with gold and silt
coin, tarnished and covered with
mold, but uevertkeksj goW. lit own
ara mostly trench, but a number
V-iivltjil. nrt.i.,.u a.jl h-kkaMWI. a
among tho lot, They bssar dates Wm I M H V
1741,1731, mul vr out other date. f ft ', .1
latest ot which U 173L which Vjmr
same vear tort, -Haeitauii wm vmm
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