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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ATTOBNST AT LAW,
2W Main Ft.
I ATTOBSIA AT L1C AV CITT SOLICITOt
Commercial llulldlng. Limestone M.
ATTOBMCr AT UAW.
Southeast corner Maiu and Limestone.
. . LYING IS STATE.
Bemains of the Late Vice President Takan
to the Court House and Placed
on the Catafalque.
ATTOBSBT AT LA". .
No. 11 Arcade.
ATTOKSKV AT tAW.
&M South Market St.
Ul UKVTAL rAKUVB.
Kmms 5 AG. Mitchell Black.
J A. MULI.E1,
Cor. Market and High street, over Morrow's.
l'.iwnn 15 i 17. Arcade TiuildloK.
Il Xumber or I'rr.on View the rtokl)
Fliirat Ielcn !EpreMit!iiE tlie
Lo CaMn In Which Mr. llAi.
Atrlck whh Ltoru.
14 South Market St.
A. LKM l,
S. E. Cor. Main and Market Sta.
eai xs or ACHia Terra cirriD
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
rnrsici iv axd sranenv.
t. lieileuce 3u2 W. Main.
to. ltl'l'lvlMillAM A IHMONI,
rarsiciAXd and crgilons.
12 Bucklnctaam Block.
envsiciAXs axd smoroxs.
!o U est Main St.
ll. IEIU.L.X 11 CLICK,
T O. !.-,
J rHTSiciit axi rc.ro(.
22 E. Hish St. Residence IT; Center St.
76 W. Main St.
M HlKh street.
llOX AND PHTSinil,
K. nich St.
1 to a. in.
to 8 p. m
RE L ESTATE AND INSURANCE
M Ke.il Estate Loan and Insurance Acents.
lloom No. I. Laconda Bank Buildlnr.
Xo. 9 Arcade.
KKAL K-sTATR A-TD HllXIT LOiED,
Xo.CommentaI Haildln. Limestone St.
h. i. KiKcnrLD. raorairroR.
rlleh. Market and Washlnon streets.
Storeflxtureaspeclaltv. 18 X. Center St.
W V. Washington street.
ART AND ARTISTS.
AkTIsT IK CKATOV ASD OIL.
Entrance. Ullams' Art More. Si E. Main St
MI! lll'MAl's STI'IIIO.
Oil. Water Colors. China and Lustre Taint
ing and Crayoning. Koom it. Mitchell Block.
ACUIMT. ANDGKSFRALJORWORK DOSE.
X J. IIICKKV
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop,
andih E Washington st
. I.IMHOl Kh.iu V.and 57 Arcade, l'rlnt
i er. Knirnttcr and l-ashionahie Matloner.
eddtng goods and calling cards a specialty.
Wm M EsTLFk.I'rop X WARTKBEi.Man''r.
TltVNCItllT rittXTIMJ C.
nrst-classWork at Fair 1'rlces.SKS.Marker.
T U.MAICM1 tlL,
I. srrraioB job pkivtkr.
rosier work specialties. 31, 33, A SI. S. Market.
Tint Ttr.VAIVs LYITO If STATE.
larra txArwiJs XoemKr 30. Tho flrsl
ttopa toward thoobseiiiiesif Vice l"n-.i(lent
Hendricks occurrtsl jeMonlav. I'nn ion, to
ten o'cJoct in tho moniing no one was at
the house excel tlio immolbte rolathes
nd Hev. Dr. Jenleckes, lieetorof bt raul'.
Mr. Hendricks liad rtotol well ami came
down stairs early.
At 9:30 o'clock all In the house empu-ed
in leotionaI rcrcis In tlie Kick iarlnr.
These were led by Ur. .lenciekes. At ton
o'clock, the hour announced for Hieremoal
of the body to the court liouse, alarge ciond
of jieople had assembled In front of the
The casket was placed In the hearm and
with slow and measured tread to the niel
neholy strains of tlie music the procession
moved at 11:15 o'clock.
The procession was composed of a de
tachment of police, six indeiendent military
companies and the Columbus Barrack's
Band. The various committees of arrange
ments followed the hearse. Tlie streets
along the route were filled w ith people,
while from doors and windows faces innu
merable were seen.
The catafalque to In the center of the
main corridor of the court house at the
point where tlie three entrances eomeree.
It was built on a platform raised a foot
some the floor. The canopy was lery
elaborate and the floral designs were very
handsome. The casket was guarded by
At 11:10 o'clock the doors at the east end
of the building were opened to Hie public
During the first live minutes 330 people
passed the casket. Tho rate was between
titty and seventy to the minute. At tlm
Tery beginning a large-crowd was jacked
about the eastern entrance. All day tho
leoplo passed through, not less than 20,000
going through before six o'clock in tho
The crowd was very large last night. Tho
remains will remain at the court house until
five o'clock this evening, when they will Ixi
returned to the residence, from which tho
funeral will occur on Tuesday.
A floral design representing tlie log cabin
In which Mr. Hendricks was born was pur
chased by the citizens of Sbelbyville. his old
home, and arrUed to-day. It is estimated
that 2,.M)0 Irishmen, Including society from
other cities, will take part In the procession.
Xearly all the roomat the various hotels
are now engaged. Central M. IU Manson,
lieutenant Governor, has been aelectwl as
a pall-bearer In place of ex-Governor Porter,
whose wife Is seriously HL
lMIIANAII)!.!-, Illll., XOV. 30. All
trains going into the city thU niomnig weie
crowded. The remains still lie in rtalo at
the. court house, whence the will be re
moMsl to the family residence at theo'chx-l
this e enlng. Arrangements for handling
the crowd were inucli more complete and
satisfactory toda than jesferdaj. There
was a steady and uuilimisheii stream inur
ing through the building all day. The
doora-were openetl at 7 o'clock this nioni
Ing, and from that time up till noon the
crowd pressed through at the rato of JS a
minute, Xearly all the business houvs
in the city hae Ikwii closed all day. Xo
accidents or inisliajw hae occurred thus
Gov. Hoadly and staff, of Ohio; Go.
(iglesby and staff, of Illinois, benator
l'ayne and part, of Ohio, will arrixetliis
Coshocton is gassing atwut natural'gas.
Marj Smith, of Sprliisboro, Warren
count, Ls lOOjearsoid.
Hunters ne.ir Wortliingtou discou-red a
de.ul bod) lunging to a tree. Evidently a
man aliout 40. s.Uid hair and moustache.
and dressed in a gra suit. Xothlng on the
IkxIj for identification.
Four shots were lircdinto a Cincinnati A
HaMem nasscnger train near Kenton sta
tion. Thanksgiving, forttmatelj injuring no
one- Olliivrs ciiirel tlie wotsLs, but tlie
cowards who did tlie shooting, escaped.
Medina eo. hamlet called Slom kept up
its old reputation bv a fr tight, in which
John btroup, son. and lurtsl man got ludlj
dishgunsl li widow Woixl's son and one
Moerev, Dillicultj arose over oecupanc)
of a barn.
lhreejean ago a TnimbuII co. farmer
left his dinner pail containing some "skl
pvr"'clKVM' In a stump. Thanksgiving
morning the stump was torn ojien. and in
Hie juil a nest of snakes, si to eight inches
long, was discovered.
Testimony in the Ahhiihl muriler at New
Philadelphia points conchiMvelj toH.mkitr
and Kodgers as the guilt) -pair. Mrs. Al
biihl testined tliat at the time of the murder
rent was due and there was no food In the
houe. Tvv-a either work or starve. Shoes
of IJjnkier corresjxind exactl) with finit
prints in the uiiiddv road.
Will Not Attend the Funeral of Vios
President Hendricks Owing to
the Protestations of Friends.
ONE AMONG THOUSANDS.
wrosi Receipts of the l'i..t! Serrlre for
(he FUchI Ver CmnmlHlonrr or
Agriculture I'reaeol Ills
Ilr) IIinmIs Clerk Win Arlilesisl Siie ess
in Wnll sutsl
So man) stories are fold almut tlie rise of
nun in Wall -troet that they do not attract
as much attt'iitiou now as tliey did cars
ago. when sKViiI.itlon was carried on with
caution. One of the most amusing sne
iniens of Wall street men is to lie seen
ever) da) on his aj to the "street" in a
brougham of his own. witii a magnilicent
team of bav sand an Hnglish coachman on
the liox. Within tlie hrougliam sits the
speculator, leaning forward on his cane
looking thoughtfully at his well-gloved
hands. He has a pale and almost tffeiii
iiute face, and his manner Ls austere and
ri-served. lie is verv exclusive and elegant
in tlie manlier of personal enjo)ment
twentv-foiir )c:irs olil, and in deportment
tnoredignilied than Mr. Gould. Mr. Connor
or llenrv Clews most of whom go tip and
down in tlie elevated, or in )ellow
calls. This )oung man had charge
ot a certain depart mrnt of tl-
Mts in a hrm on Worth stmt, and
made all the way from Sl.' to Si'iawtrk.
llehvisl in a lH..nliiii;-lious on Twentv-
seeond strts.-t, on trrinsof snial friendship
with the landlady. His fatlitr had in
formed the marriage cereinoii) for the land
ladv in esirlier) ear-, and slie keptliere)e
on the clerg)nian's son, and fed hhn duti
full) forSsawtvk. He had alvv.t)s pl.i)isl
tlie liiitket-s!ups, and often made ver) tld)
little winnings. Tlie landlad) Iml raised
St.OOO during her nianv )i-arsof keeping
Inunlers and was about to devote it to jaw
ingotf a mortgage on her house, when t(5e
silemn little cltrg man's son succeeded in
ix-rsuadiug her to invest some of it in Wall
stroeL She was a cautious woman, anil
agreed to let him nave S-'OO ever)' Mondav
uioniiiijpfrir live successive weeks. 'l.iii is.
not .vCrvat amount of nione), but heha
eiiisl to catch the m.irktt as it rose, and he
is with IJ )ct. His prolits the hist two
weeks were enormous, and Hie landlady
threw all of her nione) into the imk'1. Xovv
he is living hi lucheloiV chamliers in the
Cuinlieil.uid, dines regularly at Deluionico's
and lives in a state suiuble to a millionaire.
The older Wall street men are iinmensol)
amused at the sin-ctacle, for thev sav that a
single slump of the market w ill wipe, him
out of existence as completely as though he
had never lived. Urookl)ii Kagle-
" '-A-LUCKY FIND.
Miirlling isroier Ii) an OM f'nlifornta
Prrriru n vi.u
CAB1SKT MAKER, TACEKR AS1 RTrAlBKR.
HOW Main st.
I ,M. IIIMTTT, UMH.KTAKKIl.
J Ofliee and Ware nwms. Limestone st., bet.
Main and court house, lies, lr; W.Columbia.
T) a. t iiimii.i:k A MIN
J. Special attention
nald to Undertaking
WA. .i:ss i CO, UNDKKTAKKILS.
Offlce and Wareroom. 46 W. Main st.
Ilesidenre Is High st
IX In and Publisliersof Advertising Novelties.
Chromn lra. etc-
94 W Main st. Dealers
Also Job Printers
Hun nrlj Murdered .Spencer In .lall.
W.u vsjij Iud., Xov. 30. What mav
prov e a munler w as jierjietiated ne,ir W'a-
bash vesterda). Josejih Sjiencer, a kid
character, and S)lveter Huff, an old resi
dent of Largo township, while passing
through a woods, tiecame involved in an
altercation. Sin-ncer knockeil the old man
down, leat and kicked his face into a Jell).
Huff dragged himself to the house where
Si.'iicer lives., to have his wounds dresel.
where Silencer renewed the attack, crushing
in HutTs skuIL Hulf is lving in a verv
cntical condition. Sjeiicer is in jail.
Ttiehaw II gs for 3Iero.
Kcnooov, X'ov. 30. King Thebavv, lie
coiniiig alanned at the rapid approach of
the llnti-h exiditionar)" force, lias begcesi
Gen. Prendregast to grant an armistice for
the puriiose of a peaceable settling of tie
ditlicult) iietwcvn llunuah and tlie Indian
government. Gen. Prendregast. in replv
demandeil the surrender ol the l!urniec
army and Maudalay. King 'Ihekivv .us
ceiled to the terms, and the Aa forts weie
tunied over to the Iiritislu Tlie llntish
troops proceeded to Mandala) onthesth.
IHiuiMrou Hotel 1'lre.
Emi-uiucm, Pa., Xov. 30. The Warner
House was destroyed by lire this morning.
Three of the guests w ere dangerous)) hurt
and man) others slightly injured bv juiii)
ing to Hie pavement. Ioss, ?2",ooo: insur
ance. S10.000. ltrown Hyuian's clothing
store was damaged to the extent of S4.000.
Children Honied to Heath.
PllOVHlKNCK, It. 1., Xov. 30. Tills
morning, during the ab-eme of Mrs. Pat
rick Fitzgerald from her home, her children
et lire to a mattress in a crib in which the
younger child was sleeping, and three little
ones, aged four, three and one vear, weie
I.SMf hlng at Llieliblinr.
I.icitnn:n, Va., Xov. 30. Henr) Ma
son, the negro w ho killed J. IU IIaiinner.lv,
white, near Campbell Court House, a wn k
azo, wastiken from jail at 3 ti clock this
moniiiig and liangtsi to a tree, and his bodv
riddled with bullets.
Said an old-timer: "1 never saw- a glnot,
but I once made a prettv giKHl raise where I
at tirst thought I had found a dead man.
1 was jirosjux'ting down in Amador county.
Cat. One da) i went up the cnek nlxiut a
mile ami seated mvsolf on a rock to rest.
Across the stream on t!uopiosltekiuk were
the remains three or four cabins. Some of
these had almost tuiublisl into the cn-ek from
the wearing aw a) of the ground on tliat
side. I observed that pirt of the fireplace
of a near cabin had tumbled down the kink
toward the creek and tliat the foot of an old
gum-knit was sticking out of the dirt. It
seemed to project from beneath the stones
forming the hearth of theohl chiiuue). I
thought it was strange that an) man should
h ive laid his hearth over an old gum-lxsit.
Then it occurred to me that some man might
have been niurderad and buried under tlie
'Crossing tlie creek to tlie old chimnc) I
found that the foot of the old InmiI projected
from under a large flat stone that was still
in place. I lifted the stone and found that
there was onlv one Ud there, and no sign
of a limn. in skeh ton nor lms of anv kind
I kicked the old knit down the bank, and
then took a pan of dirt and ashes out of
tlie old iircplace, as 1 had in several
iiistaiicesin lide prett) fair strikes
in old hearths, for it is well
known to the earl) miners we-re often care
less, and lost a gtxxl de'.il of line gold in re
torting It burning out the quicksilver it
contained on shovels. As I was passing
down tee bank I came to tlie old Iwot. and.
in passing, gave It another kick, sending it
almost into the creek, it landtsl leg down
hill, mid from the end Murcd a golden
shower of nuggets and dust.
In a moment I threw tlie dirt out of mv
pan and it-versed the Ixxit over it, when out
tumbled twit large buckskin bags idled with
gold elust to lout; had the treasure lain
concealed under Hie" hearth that tlie strings
with which the bags were tiisl had rolt.il.
and one gave way under tlie kicks I had t.
stovved upon tlie old Ixxit. When all the
gold was gathered up I found that 1 had
13 East High.
Is.i.rule llatlle at Tirot.
I.omiov, Xov. 30. There h is bi-en
Iierate lighting at nrou me town was
taken and retaken, remaining at last in Hie
hands of tin; Bulgarians. It is otimatesl
tliat each side lost 3,000 killed ami wounded.
Omxha, Xeb., Xov. 30. Vestenlaj
morning the Jones hotel and several dLer
buildings were destrovisi in Sot, OuuTrH.
I.oss, 910.000. The oceuikints of the hotel,
ouie Iifty In number, lurel) escaed bv
jumping from tht'sciiinil story.
Pirrsiifiiii. Xov. 30. There was no
trouble at Coal Vallej todav. Tlie strikers
assimjiilesl alxmt Hie Pine Ilun mines in
lare numbers this morning, but no violence
S-esI'lcKireat Sa:ion;ili N. V. .
SvitAri'sE. X. T. Xov. 30. A large
portion of the business part of Savannah.
Wa)ne county, was i-stroved b) lire this
A Mar) land fanner has a lame crow that
is very wise. The other da) It entered a
room unobserv od, lore up a novel )ing on
a Utile, ojH'ned a copy of the Itible-, as if to
inculcate the wisdom and value of that
work, and ended the day's labor by stealing
a watch and hiding it in a liayluft
A Columbus, Ohio, carjieiiter, while at
work on a school house last week, fell down
the chimney, 75 feet, high, breaking both
of his legs. He was rescued by cutting a
hole In the chimney at the bottom large,
enough to pull hhn through. Contact with
the walls in his descent saved his life,
An agricultural school for girls has
established in 1 ranee".
There is a mountain in Mexico, on tlie
top of which a ton of sulphur is deposited
Tlie new jxistmistress in a town in Indi
ana writes her olheial name, "Mrs. J. Smith,
A w rite r on Ireland sav s the- town of Kil
lamev, once the jov and pride of the coun
tr). Is falling into deeav.
A man in Madison. Ind., dreamed of the
great lire in Galve-ton several hours before
the i-oiillagratiou occurred.
There is a demand from China for 150
Christian missionaries at once. Converts
are niultipl) mg in all parts of ti empire.
Of 577 piekiioeke ts arrested at the Ant
werp exhibition. 211 were Germans, 117
Uelgiaiis, b5 English or Irish, 0! Dutch and
Dr. Dio Lewis contends' that hot water.
ussl internally and exteniall), is the Ixst
known leniesl) for all diseases to which
human llesh Is heir.
An eminent oculist of N'cw York, w ho
has Ixw investigating the siibjeit for nianv
ears, thinks Jje has discovered a cure for
A Washington man alxmt to be married
was so embarrassed that lie put a cigar in
ins mouth when requested to "join hands."
It was removed bv the clergyman.
The state of Connecticut Is the jxisstsssor
of sixts"ii bronze e-aunon, but only one of
them Is In a serviceable condition, the rest
being so hone) combed as to be absolute!)
Fe-aring that the world's siijipl) of coal
would Ix." exhausted a eenturv hence or
thereabouts, Is Minievvhat iiuxliiictl bv the
discover) of enonnous deixisits in China,
including a ellstrii t larger than Hie coal
held of Peniis)lvanla, )iehling the best
"irintstrs In tho northern tlor of TVmi.
iylvanla counties liave lost so much in fees
since Hie new marriage law went Into effect
by the trips of lovers across the line to be
married, tliat a meeting of clergymen has
WII.I. JJOT ATTEND TnE PUXKI1AI.
AAsmoiov, .November 30. President
Cleveland has determined not to make the
trip to Indianapolis to attend Vice lTesl
dent Hendricks' funeral. His reasons for
not going were stxted ver)- fully to a re
porter last evening, to whom he said: "In
the first moment of the shock of Mr. Hen
dricks death 1 ieldcd to my inclination
ami di'claretl my intention to be present at
Hie funeral. Of course, in reaching that
conclusion I did not put out of view a per
emptory press of public business, what I
dtvuiecl a sufficient consideration of my duty
to tlm people. The public busine'ss I thought
I could ilispuse of by additional application
and more hours of work, ami I considered
it my duty to the people to answer a tender
sentiment of rcsxvt and affection to tho
deMd Vice- President w liich does them great
"I am sitisfieel now that I was at fault In
considering the question in Hiat 1 did not
take as comprehensive view of the duty I
owe the public as I should. That is, I did
not lxik at ever) phase of it and I am afraid
mv strong personal desire somewhat clouded
my judgment I am now reminded by some
of Ihe best and most patriot In and thought
ful nf our cit.zens that the real and solemn
eliit'es of my office arc at the Xational capi
tal, and that in the present ixruliarand deli
cate situation I ought not to take even the
remotest chanco of accident, incident to
travel, to gratify a sentiment so
general and so cliiractcristic as that
Involved in this subject I have been pro
foundly impressed by these considerations,
but most of all Influenced by their strong
and unanimous prestations by the devoted
friends of Hie late Vice lresident living In
his State and city and their indorsement by
tl c noble and patriotic woman, who, in Hie
infinite sorrow of her widowhood reflects
the spirit and character of her honored hus
band In her solicitude for Hie public good.
I am now certain that neither my desire,
nor the Dcntiinent referred to, nor tlie diffi
cult) that attends In this case a change of
de-sign, nor any stubborn idea of heroism
will justify me in subjecting the country to
an) greater chance of disaster than attends
my performance of strict duty here, and
that I ought not to inflict upon my country
men even the unrest and anxiety attending
my departure, absence and return in attend
ance) upon the funeral ceremonies."
Third Assistant Pex.tma.stcr General
Hazen, in his annual report, places the gross
receipts of Uie iostal sen ice for Hie ftscal
yirendcd June 30, lbl5, at 542,500,833,
and the total exKiidltures 549,602,188,
leav Ing a deficiency for the year amounting
to S7,Q41,S44. General Hazen estiniatesthe
gross revenues for the current fiscal year at
c47,500,000 and that the exjx?nditures will
exovd this amount by about 57,500,000.
He thinks an era of prosperity has set In
and on the subject of the postal revenue as
an Indicator of private business, says:
"In no other statistics of either Govern
ment or private business are the pulsations
of trade so readily and so unerringly distin
guished as in the txistal revenues. The
entire country Is tributary to them and every
department of life, whether of a business or
social nature, feels the need "of the service
which they represent They derive, their
sustenances however, largely from the ele
liiands of business, anil hence they are quick
to resxmd to the changes from normal con
He devotes considerable space to an anal
jsis and comparison of postal revenues since
1S73. all of wh ch point to the conclusion
that tho re-sumption of business prosperity
has gained a hrm b isis.
Superintendent Kimball. In his annual re
port of the oeratIons of the life saving
service during the last fiscal year, presenta
the following summary or the results of all
of Ihe disasters within the scope of Uio
service: Xumber of disasters, 371; value of
proierty involved, S4,043,8s0; value of
projierty saved, $3.379,5S3; value of prop
er!) lost, 51,254,797: number of persons In
xolvesl. 2,439, and of this number all but
eleven were savesl. The total loss of life
within the scojxMif the sen ice is the smallest
eve-r reached since its general extension, ex
cept the ) ear lbsO, when but nine were lost
Since that time, however, the field of oix
rations has been greally enlarged by the ad
dition of twenty-four stations In locations
especially selected on account of their
dangerous character. The assistance ren
dereel in saving vessels and cargoes during
the year was larger than in any previous
year, except the last preceding. Three hun
dred and sixty-six vessels have been worked
off when stranded, repaireel when damaged.
piloted off dangerous places ami similarly
assisteel by the station crews. There were
204 instances where vessels running into
dinger., of stranding in the night were
warned off by the signals of the patrol, most
of them thus being probably saved from
total or partial destruction.
Commissioner Coleman, of the Depart
ment of Agriculture, In his annual report,
presents a number of questions for the cou
s'deratlon of Congress. He recommends
legislation which will make the bureau of
animal Industry more effective. He elevotes
considerable space to' the subject of forestry
and urges a suspension eif the further sale
of timber lands belonging to Hie" Govern
ment until a care'ful survey shall ascertain
wliat portion nfthein shall be sold without
involving injurv to the country.
Four niemlpcrs of the Cabinet at least will
attend Vice President Hendricks' fiineraL
They are Secretaries Hayard, Whitney and
Lunar and Postunster General Vilas. They
will leave here- for Indianapolis to-day.
The Democrats of the House will hold a
caucus next Satunla) night to decide upon
the nominations for House olllcers. Con
gressman Springer, It is understexxi, has a
rev ised copv of his proiosed amendments to
Hie House rule's in the hands of the printer
and hopes to have copies ready for distribu
tion w hen Congress meets.
A CnmprehemlTB and TTelf Written III.
tiiryrthVicthwetT0rrltorIes by Louis
Kiel Looking Toward the Defeat of
Hir John Mieethnld. i
ToiiONTO. Ont, Xov ember 30. A docu
ment extending over four columns of t)pe,
written by Louis Rlel during his last lin
1 risonment, and which he defposlted on tlm
morning of h s execution in he hands of Ills
spiritual advisor. Father Anjre. for publica
tion, was issued at Montieal Saturday even
ing. It Is a lucid, comprelienslve and re
niarkabl) well-written history of the North
west Territories, and how tile Metis resi
dents have been ireate I by ihe Government
since the confederation In appropriating
their lands which he claims consisted of
lialf the torntury, without Uie coniiensation
acceirded to tribal Indians. Tlie effort
made to get justice for the Jletis lx-fore the.
rebellion ex-curred are cieurj)- set foith. and
lie gives instances of the bad treatment in
which the half breeds were subjevtiil. Tho
whole Is written in a calm stole without any
apparent acrimony or deslpnj for vengeance
against Hie Cabinet, and itiiiatbn and elo
quence are never rambling if Incoherent
In other productions of lileU
Bostox. Xov ember 30. A ejlecial to the
(!Me from Toronto says cten bodv in the
Duininion Is hxiking forward to the defeat
of Sir John Macdonald's government on the
opening of Parliament January '-! Tho
French of the Province of Oiielx-c have de
termined. Irrespective of politics, to unite
with the Liberals to Mvureliat result It is
thought that tho Governor General will call
on Sir Edward IJlakc, leailef of the Opposi
tion, to form a new Minuiry. The mem
bers w ould hav e to goto the country for
re-election before Inaugurating their Policy.
which would probably incjbde reciprocity
with the Unllcd States antf the opening of
the Canada Pacific Kailrcao only so far as
the development of the fojmtry demands.
The Conservatives expect creasexl supixirt
from Ontario, but the Oringe excitement
there died out after Kiel's i-xivntion and a
strong sympathy for Kiel sej-ms to be spring
ing up In many quarters wljere before theie
was only race hatred. It la a prevalent
opinion In this part of thehiuntn- that Sir
John executed Kiel becau he felt certain
It would retain him more votes than Hie
execution would lews, or, fci other words,
that he would lose more stii-ngthby repriev
ing Kiel than by hanging him. If tho
French Canadians could live polled more
votes for Kiel's life tfiau lit Orangemen for
his death. Sir John would have commuted
tlie sentence'. In proof of this, it is assertexl
that on the I hursday before Hie execution
GLADSTONE AT ME.
Tea Village cf Hi warden Brilliaitly Illu
minated in Honor of the Ex
Pr mier's Return.
Mr. I'arnell Hooted While peaklng
UuioImIIc Aimtrla 1'repsrlng to In
terfere In Ihe s,nlie-llulgarla
Aflilr Foreign utes.
Sir John acknowledged that he was puzzled
to know how to deal with Kiel. If. In Hie
Coining elections Sir Joints clnnces to use
the act providing for the appointment of re
vising barristers, passed al the last session,
it will return him to ixivveK This act takes
the revision of Hie voters' "lists out eif the
hands of non-j artisan olficiais and gives
them to Government officials who are re
sponsible to theMlnlstry. Any voter having
his name struck off can secure redress only
by appealing to the high courts.
Moxtiieai, Xovemlx?r (30. Mark Isaac
Gauthler. who was a shod time in general
business here, and previously formally yean
confidential clerk and bookkeeper in Leftbre
& Co.'s vinegar mannfactjry. lias absconded
to Xew York after defrajiding his fonnei
emplo)ersoutof 515,000.1-The banks Jao
que Cartler Xationale. Da Peun'e and sev-
era! wholesale firms M beaten out oi
530,000. A number of forged notes have
been presented with Leftbre's named In
dorsed. An application jivill bo made fot
the absconder's extraditWn, He appeared
ver) pious all the time he was systematic
ally embezzling his employers' money, hav
ing a private chapel flUed up Inside his
dwelling and coinpelhnsUs. family and ein
plo)es to attend prayers morning "and CTSn
ing. THE ELECTION CASES.
Mellon Filed br the Repot,
the Hamilton Cuunty Circuit
Naturttl (ixe iBploslno.
MrKFropoiir, Pa., November SO. The
Brst natural gas explosion of any conse
quence in this city oceuned Saturday even
ing, by which the saloon of Nick Obinder
was badly wrecked ami Obinder terribly
burned. The lirge natural gas suppl);piixs
of the Xational 'I ube Works pass ncarObln
der's sahxm and it is presumed the gas
leaked into the cellar. About five o'c!x:k
Obinder started to the cellar with a lighted
candle to tap a keg of beer. On opening
the cellar door a terrific explosion occuiretL
Obinder' s head and fine are terribly burned
and his body badl) bruie-l.
Foretg-ner Emigrating Soath.
Kfawno, Pa.. Xovember SO. Three
hundred Italian laborers passed through
Iiere for Charleston, S. C. They are be
lieved to be the first foreign laborers sent
South from Eastern Peniis)lvanla, and hun
dreds are preparing to follow them to vari
ous iNiiitliern States. They are promised
51 25 lo 52.00 pe-r day, and it Is believed
that the climate of the South will suit them
better than tliat nf the North. 1 he Indies
,idns are tliat a great -exodus of Italians
Pedes and Hungarians will take place freim
Eastern IVnnsjIvanU Ibis winter, and that
most of thcui will go South.
Wilt Ask tlie Resignation of Cannon.
Xmv Yoi:i, Xovember 30. The World's
Washington sixvial sr)s it Is reporteel there
that President Cleveland intends to ask scmn
for tlie resignation of the Comptroller of
the Currency. Mr. H. W. Cannon, as great
pressure is being brought to bear iqwii him
by others for the position. Mr. Cannon
was appointed in 18S1 and the term of
sAtce is Jive years.
A new gold field has been discovered in
Tasmania, and adventurers art flocking
there from all parts.
Cisnxv.xTi, Xovember 20. The Circuit
Court had presented to It Saturday morning
the entry of the order in the Senatorial
mandamus case and it created a great ileal
of discussion. Mr. McDougall, for the
relators had Hie entry as drawn up by them.
He wanteel the Senatorial and KepresenLi
tive cases both to lie decided by this entry.
If the defendants would so agree. This
peremptor) order commands the Cierk to
complete Hie count, make the abstract cer
tify it, deposit it, and issue the certifi
cates If the abstract is deposited the case
of the Representatives is settled and cannot
be touched again. However, the decision
of the court really entitles the Representa
tives to their certificates with the exception
of Harlan. .Mr. McDougall slid he did not
want the case of the Representatives to be
defeated by Mr. Dalton's carrjing out the
onler of theeourt respecting the Senators.
The abstract for Representatives was upon
the same sheet with the Senitors Mr.
Jordan said he regirded the entry as an at
tempt to go contray to the judgment of the
xurt He said the court could not do Mr.
Judge Cox said he thought there was no
trouble for the Clerk to follow out the order
of the court and count just as many rotes,
and accredit the votes as the court has dis
covered to be the rightful and legal votes.
MONONCAHELA VALLEY STRIKE.
Sheriffs With Their Cuarda on Ihe Ground
.One Thousand sllneri Marching toAt
tark tlie on-Ui)lonlt.
PiTTsiivnoii. November 30. Fifty men
went lo work Saturday at the mines of
Lynn A Co., in the second-pool On their
way home they were stoned by the strikers,
but no xtoh was seriously Injured. Early
yesterday morning little companies of strag
glers began arriving in the village near
which the mines are situated. They were
evident!) on the ground to attack the non
unionists T lie sheriff of this county was
sent for and v Islted the place w ith a large
force of deputies lie found ever) thing quiet,
but feared that the strikers would rally and
attack the place before da) light Several
hundred men, rendered elesjierate by suffer
ing, are In the hills They say they are de
termined to win this strike if they must
burn eveiy pit on the river.
From Hie fourth-pool word comes that a
thousand miners from below are marching
over the hills for the purpose of renewing
Hie attack begun last Thursday. The
sheriffs from Washington and Fa)ette
counties are on the grounds but they con
fess themselves powerless to repel a large
Death renalty of the Kningham Murderei
Changed to Life Imprisonment.
Bc'Fijt.Lo, N. Y., November SO. In
formation has just been received here from
the Sheriff at Welland. Ont., that Hie Got.
emor General has commuted the sentence ol
John Easterbec, of Effingham, who was to
have been hung on Monday, to State's prison
for life. Alexander Kastcrbee, John's
brother, killed his wife Lify, and then at
tempted Bu'chle. Before making the at
tempt, Alexander and John burled the
woman and dug another grave for
Alexander. John promised in caso his
brother did not do a gixxl job to finish him.
Alexander stoexi in his grave and fired a
shot into Ids temple, but the wound did not
prove fatal. He called to his brother, and
John" came and cut lus throat and buried
his body in the grave. Tlie facts in the
case were not made known for over a year.
Since his trial John has offered to kill him
self to save Hie sheriff trouble, and a few
da) s ago said he would, on the day of his.
execution, pull the blaek cap over his own
ejes and pull the trap himself. He also
said he never heard of God until two) ears
ago, when "ho stumbled into a Sunday-school
by mistake. The Minister of Justice de
cided that it would bo folly to hang such a
man, and that it would bo but a parody on
I-ovnosi November SO. Mr. Gladstone
arrived at llawanlen at midnight Saturday
night Tlie village was lllunilnited in
honor of his return and a 1 irge number ol
ixsnple welcomed him at the station. He
declined to m ike a sxms;Ii mid made haste
to reach his home at llawanlen.
The Centra! News Compiii) Is authorized
by sirecial dlsp itches fioin Mr. I'arnell and
Thomas Power O'Connor, to den) the re
port that the Paruellite manifesto of No
vember 21, advising Irslimen to votoforthf
Tories has been withdrawn or nnxlined.
Mr. O'Connor aid other Nationalist ora
tors will stx-ak at varum meetings In the
Tory interest during the present wee-k.
The body of King Alfonso was removed
jOsterday from the throne nxuii of the roval
palace to the Kscurial palace, fn Hie pan
theon of which it will Is; interred. The
ceremony was similar to that of Friday when
the body was brought from hi I'anlo. but
eterdav all Hie members of the ro)al fanii
I) were present The weather was duIL
but the streets weie lined with mail) thou
sands of people. The bier was covered with
a profusion of floral wreaths and cro.vns
Drmix, November 30. An Immense
Nationalist demon-trat'on was made in this
city jcsterday. Four processions each
numbering more than 10,000 men. startesl
fioin the College (ireen division, the Har
bor division. thi'M. Stephen's Green divi
sion and the St. Patrirk's divisoii. and
marched in converging Hues to I'lienix Park.
Each procession ,.i, bands of music, ami
thousands of the voung lre'i sang "God
S.ive Ire'Iuid" as a inarching chorus. The
great miss meet is was held In the Park
op'xisite the V'ee Kovnl I.odge and wan
attended by full) ro.ol'O jx-ople. although a
Blend) down ixuirof rni continued during
most of the afternoon I "lie meeting lunn
iniousl) adopted a voti.nf confidence in Mr.
Parnell. whoso nun was uproariously
chevnsl whenever it vvaj iiiciilieiiicil. After
the meeting there was a smill r.ot In the
street in front of tli Tory Woikmen's Chili,
and one of the club, house, windows was
broken. No one w.ia seriously injured.
Mr Parnellat end si ,i invss m vting held
at D.tndalk vesierdiy to favor the election
of Colonel Joseph Nolan, the regular Na
tion i!it candidate for the North of Louth,
against I'hlll p Cullan. tlie luilexndcnt can-did-ite,
who was binlsheil from the Nation
alist putyb) Mr. Parnell The adherent
of Mr. Callan weie present to the number
of 4,000 and they complete!) dominated the
inevtlug. I'ltey n-fiis.,1 lo isjrmlt the erec
tion of a platform and Mr. Pamell at
tempted to address tlie crowd from a wagon
ette in tho Market filiate. His sjxsvh was
inaudible, however, at a distance of ten fevt
from the wagonette1, owing to the howlsand
groans of the mob w houi he stigmatized as
a inrce! of lilnsl rulliaiis.
When Colonel Nolan attemptuel to speak
he was LtKiteei and pelte-d wdhmud and
stones Colonel Nolan is from Liverixx.l,
where he kevps a large Music Hall. The
Callinltes shouted: "We want no Carpel
Baggers forlViutli," ami incessant!) cheered
for Call in. The Parnell.tes withdrc.v from
the Market Sbuare and subsequently or
ganized a inefing In front ot one of tlie
principal lintels which Mr Parnell and
others addressed from the hotel bilcony.
Here there was a reivtition or tlie scenes of
disorder which had nvmred In tho Market
Square, Several lights tKviirresl In the
street and une 0img nnu was dangerously
The .SYeiiufim estimates tint the Tory
majority over the I.llx'rals in the next
House of Commons will exceed twenty.
Sir John WaNham, Dart, has been art
pointed British Amhissador to China. Sir
John was formerly Secretory of Legation at
Pekm. and lately he has occupied a similar
prist at Berlin.
Dispatches fron Semlin. on the Hungary
side of the Danube, and nearly opposito
Belgrade1, Indicate that Austria Is preparing
to actively interfere in the Sen lin-llulga-rian
quarreL The Diniibe Shipping Com
pany and the Austrian and Huuguian rail
ways have been ordered to prepare to trans
port 200.000 tnxips to Sen ia- It Is rumored
at Semlin that 40,000 Hungarian troops
have bevn ordered to be unionized in tie
Temesor and Pe-dh distr cts
Two Men Shot bj a Hufflan.
TiccfMst n, Midi , November 30. At a
late hour Saturday night Aaron Palmer shot
r. P. and Irwin B. Anderson. Both men
arestlll alive, although in a precarious con
dition. Palmer is a voting ruffian who his
before been guilty of attempted murder.
He masqueraded the streets anni-el with a
knife and revolver. While llourssliing his
knire in the sstof!ice P. P. Anderson at
temptcd to pacif) lulu, and thought he had
succeeded when Palmer calleel him. and as
lie turneel he wai shot in the breast The
wounded man's bnither then engigeil in a
terrific haud-to-hind struggle with the mur
derer. The hvstintlers were afraid to Inter
fere ami the other Anderson vxmi fell,
pierced Vy two bullets. The murderer then
escaped .met aimed parties at scouring the
town and country. Befoie the tragedy he
drovnhls jurents from their home at the
muzzle of a revolver. 'Ihe Anilersons are
prominent in business circles and their
families of the highest respectability.
Three Men Lose Their I. res In a Shaft.
Mrnnrrn Coisnei-, X. Y November 30.
A tevrible accident occurred here Satur
day morning. While a number of workmen
were descending a shift of the new aque
duct the guard slide caught, when but a
short distance from Hie top, throw ing out
one of Hie occupant of the car named John
Edwards In his fall Edwards stiuck
against a bucket which was coming up the
shaft eonhiiniiig several workmen. The
concussion threw James Burke, Michael
Doyle and an Italian, name unknown, from
the car and they, with Edwards fell to the
bottom of the shaft a distiuce of 150 feet
Edwards, Burke and Do) le we're Instantly
killed and the Italian sustained injuries that
will probably prove fatal. His skull is
fractured Burke leaves a wife and child.
Do)Ie was also a married man and leaves a
family in Ireland. Edwards leaves a wife
and child in some part of Penns) lv ania.
Cnicf:o, Xovcmlx'r 30. At one o'clock
jjTKtoiday morning the watchman eliscovered
a tire in Hie second story of the tower of
George A. Se-aveni's elevator "Con Grove,
near Twent) -second Street. The flames
spread so rap'dl) that little could be done to
save the building or its contents. The ele
vator was a two story frame, tin sheathed,
.a entire loss is about $i5,000, full) in
A Murdee at IlufTAlo.
Buffalo, X'ov ember 30. John Devine,
a bridge-tender, aged twentj-tno, was mur
dered Saturday night In Dennis O'Connor's
saloon by Boss Liimbi'r Shov cr John Ktvler.
Keelcr was arresteil last summer for shoot
ing two men, but escassl punishment. He
shot Devine through the stomach without
provex-ation and lied, but was sexin appre
hended. Devine was a resjiectable and
well-known young politician andvery peace
able. Ills neighbors attempted to organize
a lynching part) and deep threats are uttered
against the niuidcrer.
SCENE OF THE MINER'S TROUBLE.
The Company's store Closely Ciiarileil by
a.Mierlll'. I'usae Low Muttering Heard
but No Trouble Feared.
Coal CEVTnr, Pa., Novemlxr 30. All
was very quiet In the foiirth-p-ml la-t Fri
day night, although much uneasiness and
sppreUensioii was felt The Sheriff's depu
ties were elistritmted In various places keep
ing gnanl but they found little to do. Tlie
Compni)'s store at Snow Hill was closely
guarded as an attack was feared, but there
was no attempt made to force an entrance
Tlie Sheriff and your correspondent walked
over the line of road Saturtlay morning,
visiting the various mines Only a very few
diggers had reported for duty. No raiders
wereon hand and noarrests have been made.
The olllcers skirmished after a number of
raiders who can be identified It is ex
pected tliat some of them will be overhauled
Tlie disturbance of Friday was caused by
men who are strangers here and were ap
parentl) after a few miners whom they had
sixittesl previously, the latter, lion ever,
Wtxxls', Gregg's and Xeel's mines are
still closed, but the 0x-rahirs say they will
be running on Monday. With the excep
tion of Xeel's mines the miners of the
fourth-pixd heartily synipithize with the
raiders hence a bad IikmI fi-eling is preva
Drums were heard at different hours of
the night on opposite s des of the river from
Lucyvllle, but nothing occurred. It is ru
mored Hi it the ralelen crossed the river at
Fayette City and will mike a detour at
Brownsville, corning down Hie Washington
County side of the river to the same mines
anu repeat their performance of Friday.
Saturday morning a crowd was seen
making for Hie Snowdcn and Hogg mines
near Brownsville. Sheriff Sterling, of
Fayette County went m the road, but as
yet nothing has been rePrted from him.
There Is talk of arresting those who
harbored tho raiders previous" to the fight.
The situation Is very grave.
Three Tramp Killed.
ihi.lao, Tex., November 30. About
Ihrce o'clock last Friday morning six tramp,
nitereel a house near Stringtown, Indian
Territory, which had been built by a section
man out of railroad ties and covered with
rarth as a roof. They built a fire and went
to sleep. Two hours later one of the posts
aught fire and burned away. The whole
Structure feir upon the six trauqis
killing three outright and injuring the
others The three that escaped were
on the side where the fire started and
had less weight on them. One of them got
lo Stringtown and told the story. A party
st men went out to the place, but could not
assist the wounded. Another tarty went
out later with medicine and rough plue
boxes in whicli they burieil the dead. The
men killed are D.Mi-Si.ldeli, of Carbon,
Ind.; A. C. Ford, of Auburn, Ky., and a,
man whose name is unknown and who was
s stranger to his companions but had told
inem no was trom California.
lliiLAHEi PIHA, Pa.. November 30. The
Tlm announci-sWt a plan is under way
to sell out the Beeeti'Creek Railroad and re
organize the company. The matter Is In
charge of a committee composed of W. K.
Vanderbllt and C. C. Clark, of Xew York;
j m. wazzam, or ni's eit): Uenrge F. Baer.
.jUi urauiug. aim c. j. Langdon. of
j-imiio. .s. c , ana mey nave already
received the assent of all the large stock
Holders except Cow en and 1. V. William
son. It Is understexxi the new organization
will enVet a harmonious compromise of the
claluji of all the interested part es and it is
sain a poonng arrangement eif some kind
will be made with the Pennsylvania Road
on coal business. Mr. Gowen. In an In
terview Friday, Intimateei that the purpose
of Hie move was to get rid of the Beech
Creek' contract with the Reading Com
pany, and that he would not give hU con
sent to the project.
XV arehouxe Kalis.
lisi.riMoi'K, MeL, November 30. The
supports In the upix;r floors of warehouse
Nos 12d and 123 South Eiitaw Street
owned by the Cliauncey Brooks estate, gave
way at three o'clock Saturday morning
am! that part of the building tumbled
in with a terrible crash. The build
ing was ofcuped bv the Riltimore
Cold Steirage and Refrigerating Company,
and bv Maiburg Bros Tlie latter firm had
55,000 worth of tobacco sn.reel on the top
floor nnd the Refrigerating Company had
abo-it S20.Ti0 worth of steiek on the lower
foors consisting of apples butter, eggs etc
What the damage is to the stock can not
be determined, but it mut !e heavy. The
building is damaged to tho extent of S5,000.
Fatal Italtroad Accident..
Heif.vv, Mont., November 30. Last
Friday morning a collision occurred thirteen
miles east nf Missoull between a west-lximul
freight train and an east-bound train. About
ten cars on each train were wrecked. There
are four men reporteel killed and twe others
mortally wounded, while .everal otherswere
more or less injured. It ls sa i! the aeclelent
was due to careiess'iessoii the part of the
eiigimvrnf the freight train In regarding the
Hag signal. The names of the killed and
Injureel are not )et known.
The Ilody f Warren aatex Found.
Port Jffff.Ksoy, L. I., Xovember 30.
The body of Warren S. Yates, son nf Presi
dent Yates of tlie Nebraska National Bank,
Omaha, and a member of the Jun'or class
at Yale College, who was blown out Into
the Sound in mi open boat while duck-shooting
off Steirey Creek on Thanksgiving ilay,
was recovereel Saturday morning on the
beach at Burling Hollow. His boat did not
capsize and he apparently elled from expos
ure and fright His gun and one oar were
also found in the boat
IT GROWS! ITGROWS!
In popa'rly d Inerwutar
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
How is this? Because, no
matter what Iov prices we
name for our gootls, we never
offer a poor or uoubtful arti
cle of clothing. We want
every one to know that we
handle the very best at the
price and sell no trash at any
figure. Our customers have
always the privilege of re
turning the goods and getting
their money back if the pur
chase proves, for any reason
We ' Guarantee
Refund the Money.
This is square dealing. This
the honest plan. This is
the way we protect our customers.
BRUCE, HAUK ii CO.,
LT ikVRsx m.
A Tufldlers strike linmln.ut.
Harihsiiuikj, Pa., Xovember SO. The
puddlers of Hie Eastern district, who made
a demand for an increase of wages ten da)s
ago, have been refused, and Saturday after
noon were in session to discuss the situa
tion. A strike Is said to be imminent, but
the Harrisburg puddlers are said to be od
posed to such summary proceedings. They
wiu cry .. aver; such acuou at um tlma.
Negotiations ICroken Off.
Xew York, November 30. A Philadel
phia special sa)s the negotiations between
Ihe Baltimore A Ohio Railroad and the
Philadelphia Middle Railroad for the pur
chase of the latter road have been broken
off; but that this will not interfere with the
Issue of 5450,000 worth of bonds upon the
Baltimore A Ohio Short Line, by which It
effects an entrance to Philadelphia.
Fatal Stabbing- at a Wedding.
Tamcqua. Pa., November 28. Selim
Ritzan, a Pole, and Melissa Hartz, a Hungar
ian girl, were married yesterday. Tlie girls
friends opposed the match and got into a tight,
at the wedding.with a number of Polanderg.
Jackson Butler and George Sehaiim, who
were looking on received stabs which will
probably prove fataL The bride and groom
The Ilody of a Sulelde Found.
uAi.VLvrox, Tex., Xovember 30. In
the center of the burned district the body
of a handsome )oung man was found with
s bullet in his brain, a revolver lay near.
The man's linen was markeel "George.'
No one in tow n vv ho has seen the txxly can
Identify It ,
The Dust of Meteorites.
The IxhI of the ocean s, to an enomwius
extent eovereel with lava and pumke stone.
Still more remarkable Ls it to hd the floor
of the ex'ean covered with the dust of
meteorites. Betvvevn Honolulu and Tahiti,
at a depth of 2,350 fathoms -over two miles
and a half a vast la)er of this material
exists. Falling uixm land this impalpable
dust is indistinguishable, but accumulating
for centuries in the sea deptlis it forms a
wondrous story of the continuous bombard
ment of the planet b) conietar) Ixxlies.
HALLETT kUD DAViS,
The triumph of mnsical nechubat,
WILCOX AND WHI
Pronounced by the best latere M
tbe instrument aot oafr of the
present, bat of the fnUrtu Im
proTemeat la It bm reach the
N. Q. HAMILTON & CO.
K- EABT XATJT aTBKT. .
Ladles glance In our window Friday and Sat.
urdayand seevjhatwe have for 49c W?
are still selling onr txst shades of
Silk Velvet at 75 cts.
Silk Plushes Only 69c.
KID GLOVES CXEANED,
The old controversy as to w hether or not
the east coast of Greenland was settlesl b)
the Xorthmen, who built thriving colonies
on the west coast In the early middle ages.
has been tlecWed negatively b) a Danish
government expedition sent outinlS83 to
explore the coast- They found no traces of
19 EAST MAIU.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
The Great Success This SeaMaf
Tuesday, Dec. 1, '85,
The Picturesque Romantic Drama,
An A-nerican Story in 5 Actt.
A Father Exiled from Wife aai
Chi d for Another Crime.
O-A carefully selected company of artists.
-.ew and ele-gant scenery.
3-Intrlcate mechanical effects.
A Dramatic Picture of Real Life.
Reserved seats 75c, at
Prices 73. M and
ROLLER SMTIIG ACADEMY
aaniawut corner Jfala and Crater.
Mornim? session (tnrAio - .
.. . . i- . ssaasj wua aiin mnaam :
peieni instructors), 10 to 12. Admission frS-.
skates 10 cents. Evenlne m.i7, tJ2 .F"
lltmlttlnn 1 .. .-. T.
..w,rU w ceua caaces
30 to 10.
management reaem the prtTilefT ota-alt-
Ift Friday and Saturday nlxbtsTMBaxI
rf. a& .