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PRICE TWO CENTS.
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Occasional I clit rains 01
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SPRLVl.FIhLD, O., I
November 28, 1SS6. J
Owen Brothers, now the
leading manufacturers and
most popular of all big cloth
ing retailers of this country ,
did not build their business
and reputation on poorlj got
up "slop-work," but to the
contrary, the very best that
can be made for every price
Everything points to higher
grade materials and making,
while prices, of course, from
must necessarily figure 25 per
Do not, then, judge When
clothing by the price entirely.
If it's overcoats your shopping
on, and ten is the ruling price
outside, expect to find in
every way as good a garment
here at eight.
Another sample to guide
you. If it's a bouncing coat
for ruff-work wear, and you
have been prevailed on to be
lieve that eight you must pay,
see us on our "Storm King"
quality at five.
It isn't the most you can
pay that at all times insures
We haven't a bit more time
than is needed to tell of
things we keep in stock for
Smoking jackets are as yet
under cover, in order that
they may appear fresh, strik
ing, and force a cant'getaway
from feeling on buyers later
Fine silk and satin mufflers
are d"vn from the shelf to
quick and easy seeing. You'll
miss a thousand and one
handsome patterns and some
money if you buy mufflers
without heed to our sayings.
A dollar here is worth one
fifty at any other place you
can think of.
We were the silk umbrella
sellers of last Christinas, and
ought to be again this. Our
handsome lines for ladies and
gents expect you in to see
To say we have boys' gen
uine seal skin caps for a dol
lar seems almost incredible,
but you'll see the caps them
selves if you come early.
Men's and youths' fur caps,
$1.50 to $3, and we draw the
line tart between poor and
Fine Derby hats for dress
up occasions another day.
Springfield's Only One Price
Clothiers, 25 and 27 West
Main Street, sign Four
BULK AM) CA,
The Finest in the City.
J. 111. NIUFFER
NO. 13 EAST HIGH STREET.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
0PEBAT1TE DENTISTRY A
He. 9 E. Main Street.
OVER THE FALLS.
Toe Same Old Cask and the Same Old Fel
low, bat He Tafees His Girl
Along to Enjoy the Fun.
Ilurot-Thief Klllel-ew Hrbellt.in In Mill-
sunn Oonobj the l'imil" Itmite
rr.it I"lrr al rittibiirc-
Br the ssnr Med Press
U(iUlt'4IK V , nl .U) (.Co
Hazlett ami Miss Sadie Allen, of ltutlaio
went ihniugh tin rapids anil the whlrliool
tcstenln afternoon in tlie torietlo-shaped
barrel u-e.1 bv llazft-tt ami Putts last sum
nier Tliej were in Hie laphls ami whir'
pool hie minuter ai 1 were taken out of
the etlih on the Can uli in -ilt. iut helon
the whirlpool. threo-ipurters of an hour
later, in iixl condition Miss Allen is i
resjiectable girl, lsytars oM. a petite bra
in tie, and rather prett
The Mart was made from the Mild of the
Mist landing on tlieCanaili side When
the turret reached the unelstnin it shot
T,; .',; : , .,, ,,.,,
right Int.. the center of the p.s.1 n. k g
two or three turns I .a g the p. ot e
hairelrolloweillhecnrreit ol toward th, . I
Canadian shore and down to the outlttof
the.siol. where it cot uo a large eddy and ;
bobbe. around fori. .If an lour Hiei .Is
ii, ar bv shout, d to the occupa. f-- f tl e
1. 1 .. I.. .. Il.,t.tl .....i,ul n r.oll .l.ynf
uuiu, utii naticti ioini . la. "''i j
on hiii oi me tiarrei anu rraiiK its..n
threw It rojte from the shore, which Hazlett
.. ..... ... .,... I. .km.. 1 n..i( bmn ! ( nLMi
secrrco. aim toe uauri n' u.ncu slt- ,
After coining out of the barrel the j had
a tramp of a mile a'td a half through
brush and oter boulders before reaching
the top of the prtiipue Miss Mini, when
he apeared at the ferrj read to entt r uih
n the perilous joume, wore a neat walk
niK dress. Takiu; off her hat and jacktt
and throwing a shtwl oter her held she
stepjK-d lishtli into the barrel, through the
nitnliole, tucking her garments closelj
about her, and iaughmgl reiuirked'Come,
fitsirge jump in; I'm all nxed." Soon af
ter Hazlett stepped into the craft, fastening
himself in the opxite end to that occupied
bj Miss Allen. Just thirty minutes from
the time the Irarrel was towtsl into the ruer'
in reached tho whirhssil Miss I!en and
Hazlett returned to liuffalo this eteuing
THE NATION'S CROPS.
Ilt-ports frwni M Inter tie it Section
The I'lftnt icorout.
Cmcvoo, Not. 20 The following crop
siimiuar willapjiear in this wetk's issue
of the r.irmer' IJetirir The n-ports
from the w inter wheat sections wtre uni-1 wU1M" L"'" an " meir nau-ortisi a.ues were little son oi .tir. anil .Mrs larroli llnilo
, , , ., . , ,. , , ,, drit nig Hit ir sharp prattices, a sjndlcite w at. entt rtsl the room and plijtsl around t
fonnb favorable np to the close of Uie Mm ,hUlImi. lelr e,Lltl actllai tt,Jle wltll tlle BlIltemeli J-1Iian,f , a
wcei. as to me prospects zortne iau sown
grain. more generallt fat orable than before
lor a number of jears. in Illinois, uino.
Indiana and Missouri the report state tint
the grain is looking unusutlly good In
Michigan. Wisconsis and Kansas,
while the rejsirts are not so fat orable.
none of the corre-inidents rt'isirt anj
of the hel.ls as looking other than pronus
ing. I he plant is rtMiorteil as tigorous.
and with an average snow protection, the
liniinisuail) gtKnI slmpe. Out of 141 pnn-l
riiial winter wheat counties In the states i
iiametl. 10J report an atcrage or Increastsl
acreage as compared with ISSo, and 40 re-
lK.rt a decrease.1 acreage. Illinois and
Kansas indicate Uie largest decrease. In
Ohio only three counties out of '29 show a ,
decrease, aud only four in Indiana out of .
l'i counties reponmg in Illinois ii couu-,
on um oi o. icisiit it ots.ira.se, mm iu
Kansas 10 counties out of 21 report a tie-,
Ktrcnnt I- UtctlfT.
ruiLADi lpiii v. Not. 29 The Time
today publishes an account of a glove light
which it says took place early this morning
iu the parlor of a wealth) gentleman re-
sldlngon the outskirts of the city,
Frank llurke and Charley McCarthy, two '
local light weights The fight was Tor S100
aside the st.kes being IKsted b) two
i ilt li ilinirurv T flirt rntu't l i Ttitl
Eight rounds were fought on teltet carpet
under n brilliant clnndelier. Neither of
the contestants nt-eiveil er) setere pun-
ishment, but both were well winded at the ,
end of the eighth round, when the light
w as declared a draw. About thirty well
known citizens witnessed the contest.
Deat li n it J- ool-K I Her.
(1 ki vrsTON, Nov 23 -.I C Ltnali. a
trateluig salt-maii employed by the Haz
inl I'owder compan) of New York, was
accident!) killed here Suuda) Ltnah
tisited a iKittder magazine three miles
from here, belonging to the J. S ISrowu
compan), for the puiiose i f destroying r.oo
pounds of damaged powd-r owned by his i
company and stored in the magazine He '
ametl the kegs of powder a short distance
from the magazine, piled them up and set
ore to them at arm's length. The explo
sion which followed threw L)uah high into
the air, killing him lustantl).
norse-llilef Dipel Of.
St. Lot'is, Not. 20 A special from
rturlington Junction says Deputy Sheriff
Velson yesterday arrested James Boy le for
horse-stealing and started with liitn to
Marjtllle. At Maitlaud he refined a tel
. gram stating that a crowd was in waiting
." lynch the prisoner, so he concluded to
bring tho prisoner to this place. 1 he) g t
.ff the train about two miles from the fta
non, when the prisoner ran for the woods.
He called to him to h lit. but refusing, the
deput) 'hot hiu. through the brain, killing
suii.la) 1 ire In ItoMou.
Rostov Not. 29. The large establish
ment of the Lockwood Manufactunug
comiMUi), on Suinmer street, hast Ilosfon,
wasdestroted by tire at an earl) hour Sun
day morning. The comjnny announces its
busines as building steamships and maim
frctunng leather-dressing machines and
other machinery The spar yard of Pig
eon A Son was only slightly damaged 1 he
total loss Is estimated at S200.000 ins.tr
inee on stock and machinery $1S."i,000, on
Mlrruw l.srapef n Mtmer.
Lot 1st ii.LE, K)., Nov. 29. The t-team-uier
Mary Houston from Cincinnati had a
nirrow escape yesterday. She was heat il)
loaded a-id in trying to land was httept ly
a beat! wind into the the chute and oter
ilie falls. Mie grounded seterai times and
struck seterai rocks but finally got Into
safe water and escaed without hjieciil
damage. Two tows that went to her as
sistance were also earned over the falls
Twint passtngers aboard were badl)
In t lorl.la for Life.
New Yoitk, Nov. 29. A Washington
special to the 11'orW says: The president
' as determined to keep the Indians cap
tured by deneral Miles in Florida during
their lit es. This dispenses with the neces
sity for the trial of any of them for murder
Experienced army olluers do not thiiil
tlitrewill be one of themalite at the end
of the next live years.
tin Lake Superior.
WvrF'iTOWN, N. ., Not. 29 On Sat
urday night tlie -eh Kiner Coiiiant he, owned
in Ostt ego. laden with 21.00(1 bushels of
corn from Chicago to Ogdensburg. ran on a
shoal and sunk- In rescuing the crew
which consisted of eight persons Fred
Tucker, a farmer, was drowned by cap
sizing his boaL
(fla.s Uorhl on Fire.
PiTTsni in., Nov. 29. The Pittsburg
Plate Glass works, at Creighton station
twenty miles from this cit), is burning.
The hre was caused by an explosion of
natural gus and did not get beyond the ma
chlner) and foundry departments, which
were entirely destro)ed. The main build
ing w as not damaged. Loss, $35,000, fully
insured. Jo person was injured.
BRAVE LIFE SAVERS.
l.oniiii: tlo tmltniit nm
Miitl, r Ilie sertlre.
W-iiinion Not ."J The report of
the genual siiurinteiidentof the life-saving
service shims nt the t lose of the last
fiscal tear the tstabltshment embrace 211
stations, lo.". belli? on the Atlantic. 3s on
tholakis. Ton the 1'icif.caud one at the
falls of the Ohio. lamisitle, K). The
intuiberof ilisisttrsto do.unitnt.il ves-els
within the held or station o rttlons dur
ing the t ear w as ".! 'I here w ere on board
tl cm" tselsJ.7Ji persons of whom 2,i.sj
w re sited and 27 lost 'I he iiuihIh i ot
shipwrecked rstins win reciived succor
at the stations was so7. to whom 2 oouiiavs
nhef In the iggngite was afToidctl. Hie
tMiniuttsI t due of the tos-els mvoivcsi was
S4 42S. ID and that of theireargocs 52 07 1 -
j-05. in ikinc the tnttl talue of prniK-rty
iniperill.il sn 302 1 f Or this amount
5.07"..07s was satisl anil 51.420 03" lost
Hie nuiiilier of vess, s totallj lost was ss
'I he n lK.rt sa)s the nuiiilier. tio'tiiee and
desirmtiiiiie-s of the storms whuh oe
cumsl tliinui; the jear exceeded the lecord
ot ant pretmus tear since the peneral e
tuision of the sertite to the set and like
oa-ts. In one storm t lit re were no less
thin thirtt ship-wiecks within the scope ot
we operations oi me service, aim -"
., , (Jnlular ..,) ,.lere were thirtj
J. ,,, , u
mlUll s ,irt.ul,u, re0.,nl of , iTeetiv . ne
... !.r ,. ,. rr,, ,i..
the operations of the sort ice. aim in a -in
initih its uretious ree-rd of t llectlt i nes
in sat mi: life and wopertj The miinbtr
- - - --- t.oniV.M
k ct tllP ,.,
f lm, (fteM) w ,)aI1 ie a rje,., aIi
tessels and careoes totillt
,r thin in ant former .
'Vamoimt Xlropert" "oH was'onh
,.,, j-.,.n .,,,. r ,,,.. ,i, llR1m.,,f
the preceding ttar. while the amount sateil
Is mi n aseil lit" nearlt S2.000.00U.
A LEAF FROM HISTORY.
W'Ul -. J.v f,..H.L. - n-
The Xmiie or sundry tie ui slntrsmeii
l.lkrlj tu.liii ir In Court.
Mil w vi km. Not 2' r.ijiers hate
been sentsl n a suit iutoltin lou aires m
the heart of Miprnor Citj, Wis The land
is valued at 5100.000 and bcotered with
costlj iniprovemeiits. The suit is a n
markable one in that the defeiulants mini-
1st many men of national repute or tlieir
litira. The title in dispute dates btck
to lNVl when sjxvulitors jire-einpt-
the lands bj Using half-breed Chii- j
ptnas as "dunini" residents to
oblam title from the goternmeiit. )
ii .,,, ,...w., .-I tn. nnurv iu,
the second pun baser. Mow eter. retsirduig
ln coniejauce Iirst The pnse.it litiga-
tiou is to determine the strength of -these !
reswetie titles. In these earlj d tj s, w hen
01ld ,,rospeitie, into tttent-si shires,
and the h. irs of the members of tills sjn-
ditateare now intuited in the litigation
Among the sharcholturs were blcphin A.
Doughs and John C Itretkenndge.
who nil against Lincoln for the presi-1
dencj. It. M T. Hunter, lueiiilnr of Jef-
ferson Datis's cabinet. Hubert J.
Walker, seen tar) of sUte under I'olk. Jes-'
se 1 Wight. e-L mteil States semtor I
frm Indiana, Congressman II M. lticeof
s,t .j,U t ongressiiiin it. - lticuanison
o Illinois Judge It Velson of SL Paul, I
ami a umbHr of ,). jn R1i,ntioii to
tll,. mvn or thlMr lelrs ti1(.rp Rre inoIptl
ln tu, utigitlon Senator U.-ck of Kentuck),
HrtllcI college, of Logan. K.; II Hatipt,
-,y K Jlarsl,alL John Karrington and
otu,r, of M. l'aul. a number of New York,
Kan-ts City. Washington. Louistille and
v,,,,,!- en) parties.
in all comprising
. n.lit-slr itefeli.lint
the action Is
ur,mg"ht bj twelte plaintiffs, nearly all of
whom reside at s-upenor litj.
A DEAD ACTRESS.
WAastte Murdere.l 4. 1Iyi.terous CflHe nt
SvMiLsKt, Nov. 29 the clegantl)
dressed ImhI) of Mrs Douglass, an actress
and wife of a scene painter, vtas found in,
illie w(xm1, nTOr iiere tolIaJ. )o0j was
i ,,,,,. from t)ie no,trl, . bllt tliere nere n0
'Uier maiksof tiolence. She tlisapiand
twoweeksago. A bottle of cloroform was
found near her boil). At the time of her
.i.s.nnraraiiee her husbaml notified the no
lice and said tint he suspected foul pli)
He refused to explain his meaning It is
learned that the deceased and her husband
belong to the theatrical profession, and tint
she was at o-ie time a star of no small mag
nitude and ipilte popular in scleral cities,
but that while plating a part where she
had to leap from a burning house she in
jured her spme. and had not been ablo to
assume her old roles.
But tLe in) stt nous p.ixt of the affair Is that.
though she has been gone oter two weeks.
inquiry in the neighborhood where she was
found fails to detelop where she has been
in the inlutal between her disappearance
aud the hnding of herbtsl). fler husband
sa) s that she lift a note sating tiiat he
would neter see her again. He is now iu
Port Clinton, and has been notified of the
finding of the Nwi). It is said that Doug
lass is an assumed mine, and the elegint
dress and Jen elr) of the deceased justined
the assumption that slie was an actress of
some tin e. uie venuct oi me corontr is
withheld, and from movements ot the om-
cials it is et ideiit that the theory of suicide
is not entertained,
A FIENDISH HUSBAND.
( linrced Ytltli Murdering HI. Vt ire It) sur
lli.tlHMi. I'a., Nov. 29. The coroner
has uivestigatisl the cause of thedeatli of
Mrs. Frank Kerner, tt ho vt as foundSitunlat
buniisl to a crisp The evidence showed
that Mrs. Kirntr was in ec-tlli nt health a
few uiinutes before the lire; that a neighbor
called and saw Mrs. Kerner lying on a chair
with her hiisbinil bending oter her; that he
set metl frightt ned and drove the visitors
twat. that bte minutes later he was seen
running down the street and the hre was
discovered, and then extinguished Mrs
Kernerwas found in a third storeroom
Iviigon a Ind burned to a crisp Kerner
-a d tint his wife had Iietn taken sick that
he cirrus! her upstairs and went for a doc
lor He supposed the lire had been ciused
by the stovepipe. The jury returned a
verdict tint the wonun died from suffoca
tion and tint Kerner set hre to the liou-e to
cause her deatli Kerr.f r was committed to
jail, chirged with homicide and arson. It
is said tlie couple hid quarreled aliout
DIED FOR HIS BOYS.
Heroic Conduct of nil hnclneer.
Cincins. til. Vot J). A fatal collision,
attei.ded bt dramatic circr.iistauces, oc
curred at Anderson's station, on the Cin
cinnati Southern railroad, eight miles below
here, shortly after C o'clock )esterdiv aft
ernoon An engine miking a trial trip was
ordired to lent' here not earlier than 11 45
p in It was in charge of Edward Drolian,
an old and entrluict-d engineer. At Andtr
son's it tollidid with the northbound
freight. Drolian had iu the cab his two
sons, flte and set en tears old, and al-o
John Malier. aged live Terceiting dinger
ahead, he thn w the three children through
the ctb window, and sf.tjetl at his post
He sai nhceil bis life for the lmvs. John
Malier was also killed, and Frank Lock
ttood engineer of the north bound freight,
was bull) iniured No one else was hurt.
No trains went out last night.
A New llnljrtriltn llelielllon.
BiciiviiisT, Nov. 29 - Vt a meeting
here)estenla) of fugitite members of the
Bulgarian revolutionist pirt) . headed b) M.
ankoff. it was decided that a new rebellion
should be attempted in Bulgaria.
Cholera In llelgrade.
Biioi-Ain, Nov. 29 During the past
week there have been lift) cases of cholera
and ten deaths from the disease in tlie in
fantry barracks here.
OIL AT YELLOW SPRINGS.
The Oleasnnons Fluid Struck This Morning
on Jerry Little's Place-The
Town Feverishly Excited.
Oilier l.ixnl Maltrr toiliiMIni; Den Italil
-l V stolen llllile-llilfktt at Hie
.trrmle ft,- I ItJ surpt
( Ipiiii of Nwn,
This iMumlitl iiioriiiinr an oil) Ilhul that
expirts hate iiuuitsliiUI) proiiotiiun'
crude petroleum, was stmck at ellm
Springs, Ohio, tinl the little phio is wild
with i nt iiieut oter the timl
riie oil was found just in the rear of
Jtrrt II Little's tlttator and (,'rain e
chtnee In the center of the town Nunc
time ago Date Hughe conimeiu-tsl ilrlllim:
awellforMr Little to siipplj the elttttor
The well w is sms;iilatl unprtsliictite of
water and not a drop was found The drill
encountered cli). and then t soft shilj
stone through which progress was urj
Imine-liitel after this strati was p-issl
hard stone was encriuitered. When tin
drill had poundisl throiuli this the well was
one hundred and hftt feet deep. It was at
ilii-ilt ptl tint the oil was stniek
When the drill was rtisctl this inorninj
it was as creast as ixissible, and smelled
'IW.nctl, like .Ktroleun, The well is now
full of the oil. iiimgleil with water, tl-
tliough none has otertlowtst from the w II
A lurrel or s of the uiixtuie Ins been se
As stated, the town is al! torn up oter the
tind, and wsioiis of a boom are lloaung in
the minds of the people The re-ult of the
intestigatious will be awiitedwith Interest.
ABOUT A TRIFLEf
Uifj Ilicket at Hie rrnile Oter a
er snnll SIntter,
An unfortunate ilillnullt otcurrtsl at the
Arcade hotel at about t'ie dinner hour jes
terdaj attenxKHi, wlmli for the good of all
partn s coiiet rued hid much better not ihs
currtsl Mr Wadman. a tratdmg man
from Vew York titj, representing a lice
House, ami a great inum oi tii. Kitinane.
of this citj. was sitting in his room chatting
with a friend. C. J Weltmer, of lones ..
Son, carpet dealers At about this time
little "Judge' Hollottaj. the charming
spirit of pure plij fulness, Mr. Wadnnn
took the child on his Ian and gate him
.whiskers and moustache like a little old
man with a piece of charcoal The "judge '
is said to hate enjiijeii the spoil js much
r-j ius decorators, and hnall) lan out to
show hw papi and minima. Trouble toiii-
.minced at once. In a f-w minutes the '
attention of the guests in the dming-room
was attneted b) the noiscof a scuttle and
aloud altercation in the hall, and Canoll I
liollowat was seen piisiung ami snot ing i
Mr Wadman, who was endeatoring to ex- I
pliin and etidently controlling his tenner'
li) a gteat effort. Hollottay claims
to hate knocked Mr. Wadinin down,
but nobody faw an) thing of
the sort. He did knock Mr Wadiniu'a
hat off. howeter Christ) Hollowa) also
bxik part in the muss, and a big disgraceful
racket was kicked up. tich as tho Arcade
hotel is not accustomed to. Mr. KockheM
is astly amioyesl over the matter.
Thegemral teniict Is that while Mr.
Wadman's act was a questionable ease,
and rather thoughtless, the amount of tem-
I per exhibited by both the Hnllowa)S w.vs
unfortunate, anil more than exceeded the
occasion for such a display. All the par
ties concerned are gentlemen of iiiiiiies
tioucd standing, but Mr Watiuian certainl)
controlled himself the best of the three
THE "KINC BEE.'
The I'nllre Itnl.t Harry Uhonrlnu C.nni
llng Hell anil Captllie the ounj; sRn'
Yesterdi) about noon Chief Walker,
Officer Wilson and Deputy Potee scented courses she his adopted sime of the more
game in Harr) Itlioneuius's gambling hell. , popular features or such colleges as Har
located oter Charles Bradley's place of sin j tanl, 'iale and Princeton Wittenberg of
(poetr) for gill shop) and laid their ropes f"f'",nff wrses m.I the degrees of Doctor
accordingly. Wilson hied himself around I'.LfTi'.u n. ','"0l,ir areconferr,M
.. , . ,.,.,, ., , I upon students passing throe animal exam-
to the rear and reached the third floor, onlt iations at the close of the college yeir.
to find the gang Inside feeling so secure in These are reUired at graduation. The stu
thcir iuimuuit) from arrest, that the back , dent ma) select three branches w hlch he
door was not eten locked.
ii t .. ..i,,i i ... i i it,- i.i-i.. . I P''ee in the combination but the amount of
ble Temp, marched in and found (he ''King rkt(lrt ,.rfl,nilM, imarlab,, (ietpr.
Bee-of Springfield gamblers. Ins ..it in., .,,, b ewBmVa aIipimtwI by the
Mail thonenins attemp ing to slip the faro , , -These courses hit'e become miite
parapliernalia out of Mght. He was told it , , estaoillm,,nL '
wis no go, and accordingly desisttsl C ief ' ' Zl
Walker and Totee were in tlie meantime A t liunii iii.iniun; i ,u, rpris.
admitted b) the front diMir. Neither Harry ti... i.i, f i.r . .
Ithonemus nor his dealer were present. " l u th; Cn,-WKatwiial clnm 1.
Besides Mart, who was Mated at "run '" '"'''' a sale of fane) and useful arti
ning gambling rooiii." set en others were cles, hoine-niade candies, etc., on Ihursdi)
prts-ent, who gate their names as Jos
Scott, C I'eters, rhos. Kiltuwd. Geo tt-
winhI. i iu Thouipson, John Davis and
Wm Haril, Ullt thls is flctlml- lh,
..,.. damrhters and sisters of the men
some oi whom are rt-siiectable ladies.
would hardl) recognize their beloted rela
tites under these assumed names. The en
tr) of "loitering about a gambling houe"
was plated opposite the names of theunlueky
set en, and Mart put up S100 for the ap
Iiearance of the gang Ix fore His Honor to
dit, S30 for himself and SI for each of the
Hohlij Cirulheni'ii lll.coterer.
Ben Tuthill, the adtmce agent of Minnie
Madderu. who was In Springfield 'aturd.i).
was the discoverer of Bobb) druthers as a
pitcher. As is known, Caruthers won the
championship of the world for the St Louis
Browns bv his great pitching, and Mr Tut
hill feIs proud of his reconl. In l&sj Cx
rathers was playing loft held for the Mm
ueapohs club and .Mr ruthill was the man
ager. One di) Canithers pitched "for
fun," and Maniger tuthill at once saw
there was "good stuff in his arm " He ac
cording!) coached the bo), and soon had a
giKid pitcher out of him ANiul tint time
the nt Iaiuis Browns nteded a new pittli
er. and J. A Williams, of Columbus, thin
the Browns's minaeir, entered into negoti
ations with Tuthill, bought Caruthtrs's
release, signed him, and he is today
one of tLe most v aluable men in the profes
sion. IV 111 (ill In Springftelil.
Qalte a number of tlie members of the
Vnon club of this clt) have arranged to go
to Springheld today to take part in the
musical festival given b) the Orpheus club
of that cit). Tliere are to be 100 mixed
voices, male and female, and Professor
Blumtiischien Is to att as director The
opera will be Evangeline The Indies'
Vuxiliar) Singing sock ty of this city have
MstiKned their rehearsal and study until
tomorrow night at the rooms of the Anon
club The singers will leave on the .1 .'0 p
m. tram, and those desiring to make ar
rangements about tickets are requested to
call niHin C. J. Fahrbich at McClelliud's
book store. Of cour-e the Ailons will come
luck covered all over with glory t'olni'i
Mike Mit.uire-. Mimake.
About 3 o'clock Sunday morning, i young
fellow named Mike McGuIre came and dug
Dr. Ktissell out of his virtuous couch to
sew up a big hole In his head. McGuire,
who lit es on Taylor street, told a piteous
tale of how he had been going home from a
dance and how somebody threw a rock and
knocked him senseless. The police inves
tigated the case )estenla) and found that
the hole in McGuire's head had a different
origin entirely. That he had gone Into a
saloon, got tlie dnnks and refused to pav
for them, whereupon the proprietor hit him
over the head with a beer bottle.
Two IHtorre IVIIIImi no tine Mirrlngr
( linrses ninl t oiintiri lnrK.
finite White tmltt he ml the ditorct case
of Mi harland is Mihailtnd and it proteil
to be one of lull rest from wa bnk. Some
time ago John MeFirlaiid brought suit
a tiiist LHa Mi rirland, a-king for duorce
on the grounds of her adulti ij with a part)
named Miller, west of theeitj, somitiiuein
iss at it dit mil mouth not speiihed, and
with dit ers otln r pirties Hl MiFarlmd
then brought a cross-pi litioii agiintJohn
Met irl,tLil for divine on the grounds of
gross neglis t an I .ibiudoiiuu nL The pir
ties aie ImiIIi limit- toting-lookiug, hating
imiii marri.Hl at vllott h rings ui ISsj.
when the girl tt is but ll
On the stand M Kirlind was low-toicsl.
mild and wide lietwun the t tis. He testi-li-dlli.it
Hie mm Milltr. with whom, he
cliargi d unprn-r rt 1 ttions witli his wife,
was ins iiKimniile Seterai luonths ago
this Miller hid siul n his iMr-l test ami
run away, s,, Hut In umlii gite no dehuite
testimont as to the f.u 1 1 !i irgul He sml
lie had not liteil with the woman or isiu
tnhnlisl to In r support for time ttars
I lie worn in wis then put on the stun!
mi! told a storj tliitagried on the (Kinds
of mglett and alinn'oiimtnt with Ii-Kar
liml's bhe also stiinl that McKarland
hid sent Joiing men after Inr continuill)
to lead her into forlndden piths, and con
sisin ntlj mike mati n ii for i ditorce case.
Judge White drew up mi entrt dlssoltmg
the niirriage nl itmns bi ttteen the parties.
but the decree will not Ih granted until the
costs are p ml. 1 he dctrte is ujion the
ANOTHER INSANE CASE.
t.eriiinn siimr.li ion nml ll4 trnnge
Kill., ies - ,IJmlf;s:t Itisnne.
On the aflidatit of Joe pangmlierger,
l'robate Ji dg Jolm (." Miller was called
tins forenoon to the pingt nliergi r house,
east Mini street lo hold an unpiestof luna-
cj iiiou a Germin iniinsi I nist lluisking
in uniiiirrleil mm of alniut -10. Iluisklng
s 1 toiie m tsoii bt trade and it at present
confined to the house bt an inljrt to his
hand and leg, reiuted from a
He wasattieked lit this strange mental
niiknl Saturdaj and tt is tery tiolent,
tearing his lied-tlnthes to tatters. He rates
coiistwtlj, and hisdiitf terror arises from
an hallucination tint Wm N Whitelej Is
toiistantl) i ursuing him for the purpose of
putting him in n stote aid burning him
About two jt irs ign Uuising was bull) In
jured in the lienl from a falling stone and
the present trouble is b- lieted to be due to
this act Went
He wis adjudged iusane bt Judge Miller
and this morning was taken to the iulinii
arj Ile-.lli ur 111--. I mil) Hnlin.
Man) of our citizens will team, with
gnat sorrow, that Miss Kmil) Hihn, a
toung lad) of most exetilent character and
lottlt iuillties. died is(Mondi) moni
mg, at a little before o". lo k, of i die-t'e
supposed to Ik- iieunlgii of the heart.
she w is the daughter of the lite CaMier
tliilin ami sister to Albert, llilph and
' nies ILilm, and was born m this clt).
uie i oi leonuir), inui, aim wouiii,
therefore, hate Ixs-n tttentt-one years old
rrumaij nni. --ue was a most oeauii-
f"l ami amiable young lad), and at the
same time, was a jierson ot sterling aud
strong thaiacterlstics. bhe diisl In tho
She had lien luing for Mime time at the
residence of Mr. Adams on Clifton street,
and was supposed to be some bitter, yesier
tli) Miss Hihn was to hue been married to
Frank Mills, of P E. Hamroft's. on
LThanksgiibifc dm, if 4ie had -not-been
taken sitk. A house had been engaged
and prtparitioiis had bee.i made for occu
pation bt them
'Ihe funtral sirtiecs will be held at the
risidenct of l,torge t. Ailims. 9t5 Clifton
street, corner of Lallagher. on Wtslnesd.it.
at half past two. and will be conducted b)
Kit. . II Warren.
special Loiirses at VI llteulirrg.
The Cincinnati foniHicn Jul Gazette si)S
iu its college department this morning-
Wittenberg unitersit), SprmgheM. Ohio,
has lieen in iking npid progress of lite to
wanls supp)ing the dt mind for special
courses In the establishment of these
i desires to pursue, giving one i leading
mil rrnla) of the present week, in Mr.
Hofinaifs jettelrv store, in Sharp's build
ing, on Limesfoie street. The sale will
conitnente in ilie morning of Thursdi) and
continue during the ill) and evening of
both Thursda) and Frnl t) Our citizens
will hnd a ver) attractive ditpla) at this
sale. The proceeds are to be used lit build
ing thei.ew church edlhce.
Tumor Itemoieil from Ihe I jre.
lr interniuth. of Delaware, came to'!5U",,a !ln-Uor "rjlinmce as
,, , ,. ... ... ithe St. Junes. Judge vv 1
e city yesu r.l.) with IWessor Hudson, ' Iellct. to ,,, ut FoIl,
also of that citv, a member of the ficult) of
the college, to hate an operation performed
for theremovil of a tumor ill the left eye
The oiH-ration was successfully accom
plished bv I)r 1 1. K Ktissell, and the
growth removing by slitting the lid. The
tumor was about the sie of a gram of com
and was of two ) ears' growth.
Mist .ken ImlfiitltJ.
Vesfirilit wi stubs! that George Butcher,
Jim s-eldoiuridgeaiid Bslie Manle) were in
j ill in sipnnslield savs the enia Unzttte.
We got the information from a litter writ
ten bv the police up there It now turns
out to be i greit injustice o the turtles
named, S Idomritlge being in town and the
other two it work oir a railroui. The
parties in Springfield gave their names in
stead of their own a tiling for which
ought to be extri punished.
lliiitersnll.t Ittimt or Hope.
Band of Horew is organized ycstenlay
aftinioon among the children of the I'ni
versalist Muidi) sihooland fort)-two sign-trssi-curcd
for the hrst inciting. The or
g tnUitiiri is the first child of the Centrtl
Band of Hojie at Temper nice hall, and it is
exiKCti-d that man) more will be formed in
the various Sui.dav schools m the near fu
ture Tlie Cougregiitloiiiil Sitle.
Bus) mothirs, too bust to make ) our
Christmas pn scuts, just look in at the ba
7 ir given by ladies of the Congregational
church, on Thuisiliv and Friday, and you
an hnd soim tliingiuce for each member of
the family Don't forget the place, Hof
inan A Co 's jewelry store, south Limestone
The l'ollie Vltenil F-Ollt.er tieorge'i.
1 in ..-rill
Ihepol'ce fonc nut at head imrters at
1 o clock tins if tt rnoon and marched in a
body, under command of Chief Walker, to
the late residence or ex-I'olit email George.
At the completion of the exercises at the
house, tiny joined the funcrul procession
to the cemetery.
The lleit.lly ll.iinprr..
Charles Welch, a young man living on
Harrison street and emploved in the LB
A W. yards, hid his right hand caught be
tween the bumpers while coupling near the
Onlo Southern shops, yesterday afternoon,
and two lingers badly mangled. Dr. Kus
sell attended him.
THE THOMAS HOSPITAL.
Opening of Bids by the Architect This
Morning for the Construction
of the Building.
TIi Contract lo le wnnle.ini llnrn hii.I
t ork to 1-roree.l Inintr.llHtel) rwen-
ty lli.l ollereil, the I ..west llelnK
ht,2MI Hie Itattrr ill roll
Springfield's . it) hospital has taken one
more step towards an accomplished fad
This morning was the tune secilied for rt
celt ing and opeinnz bids for the hospital
building Ttttnt) bids had be Ii handed 111
to J II riiomas. at the oth.e of J II.
I tiouijs a. Sins prior to the tune of open
ing. At about 11 o'tlock Architect Creagei
wtnt to Jlr. Thomas's ollice and proceeded
in eonneition witli tint gentleman to ex
amine the bids. Four of the b.ds win
found for the i ntire work, the others btnig
of one or more pirts of the job 'I he plans
of the building hate Ihui alread) ten
thnioughl) de-irilKsl in this paper, am
need not be especnlli referted to in this
coniiei tinu, furl lit r than to s.t) th it the in
side w ills of the uiseimnl will he of brn k
and the ground floor will Is' of weather
boarding, filled in between the stu-lduu
The billowing are tho
inns i in taii
Cirpenti r work
IrinRlrM Planing Mill t
Carpent. r tt iri
I 419 "
I Whole job
Kxcatatlon anil found itlon
S M0 Oil
A It l'.oit v (.o
S ff Taylor
s I! smith
C A Uttls
W s Wratght
J T Klilgily
S2 laT cu
til It I
liT. 00 .
5js lo I
s,t; rfi j
7s9 to I
731 oi I
.IT fj i
3vi do i
J Me ily
J II Ilulllnger
C W Houck
Kelts .1 Mephenson
Hrndfey A Co
Mill work .
JH) tJ 1
The following are the lowest bidders
the setiral kinds of work
J 0 Murph) exectating
s Taylor, fouinliti.ui
A B Smith, brick ..rk
Daily t stipes can eater worn
C Itoliten nalutln
J II Ilulllnger puttering
Netts A: Stephens in, tin ttmk-
Total !lso 1!)
The bids of Springfield l'linlnc Mill Co.
for brck work and that of H Dixson for
painting are lowi r than those git en above,
but as both arc . 'ear out of the line of work
of those biddtrs, the- will hardly be con
sidered. It will be observed tint some of
the bidders were a little wild in their calcu
lations One bid for evcat atmg was more
three times th.il of the lowest one.
Mr. Thomas informed a (! imi-Ki pt n
Lic representative, tils morning, that the
bids will be awarded at once, and the con
tracts made out and signed as soon as the
clerical w ork can be accomplished.
will then proceed ju,t as fast as the weather' was calltsl. and before the body could be
will permit, and it is hoped to have the removed the rJad raised up with
building read) for the plastering earl) in Jack-screws. While this nation was
the spring The architect sa) s there Is lit-' ,,l " "" 1" "' breathed his lisL
tie hkelihoiHl tint the plastering can safel) i '" th '"' tWIinic what caused the acti
bedone sooner, they wo. Id lie glad if It 'ent- ,"''' thought, howeter. that in set
could be "" a brake, or climbing up onto or tt) ing
Mr. Thomas -aid if the) had not had so . tf Ret off, just before the cars -topped, he
miny adterse ciri umst tnces to battle slipped and fi 1 onto the track. Ills body
igimst the work would toda5, in all proli-1 "as badly bruised, iiU arm cut off and the
ability be well nigh accomplished. Hut i tP "Mi head crushed, the latter causing
Springfield th inks her mckv stars tiiat -he
has a Thorn is to mike i hospital a possible
thing. Ixmgmay he Iito and may his kind
Mlltor. llf-elsloii K.ttrsMl.
, , , . ,. , , . . . , . The noted annual fox chase came off as
The case of John role) and John Lynch , ,
cime before Judge White, in common pleas lr advertisement Saturda) on Johnston
court this morning, on a petition ... error '"" farm Jamestown. At an early hour
v. th- c.,rt.,.r..cBrs.h.w,-m.,fr'J-tboXeiiiac7ti:fWe. the fox which liad
" " - " - "- "" "- -- -
Mayor Goodwin by which th pirties tter
j tound guilty and fined for violation of the
as bar-keepers at
hite found no
ev Klence to snow in.il role) and J.)nci.
were guilt) as charged, aud tlie nnvor's de-
cision was aceoritingi) reversed The casi
was remanded to the mator's court for
, , , ,
Before Judge White In common pleas
court this morning, a motion was argued to
dismiss the attachment in the case of C
Altm-iii .t To ts I. Wlnlridire. Hie nm-
tion was upon two grounds fraud in tlie
concealment of certain proper!) , and the
iion-nsidente of the part) The ground of
fraud was not sustained, but tlie court found
that at the tune of the beginning of tlie
suit, the plalntifl was a lioii-rt-siilent. and
the atUehuit nt was dismissed on this
Cviiliiiltti.l VI itrltiiony.
It will be pleasant netts to many of the
voung pis.ple of this tity to I-.iru that Miss
Nai-j Bliss, f Jackson. Mich, who is
y tlliss, ouackson, jiicii, who is
well known in this eitv from a visit to Miss
Stella lteid. who has since become Mrs A.
M. Crothers, was m irrietl recent to a i roin-,
inent young geiitlem tn of Jackson. Mlssi
Bliss was a chinning girl and the news
well known in this eitv from a visit to Miss
may cause poignant gnei to some ot vn
voung men of the citv
To the Imlnstrjnl ssimul.
Voung Hughe) Hughes, the tail who was
jointly indicted with Lilian Stintr, for tlie
lobbery of an old mm on Mirket stpiare
last summer, was brought into court this
morning. Through the efforts of his attor
ne) Chase Stewart, esq., the tlemenc) of
the court was tendertsl the luliint and his
sentence was reduced tn Imprisonment at
Industrial school at Lmcastcr
Hi. iiugiil.iie.i s, ,!,.,,.
Micky Welsh's magnificent cimipage
broke down between 1-attory and Center
streets on High this afternoon at two
:, . , .i , . , i
oclock in crossing the street-car tracks.
Micky was thrown out but not seriously in-
": .1 'h? ?e 5,r:h.srr1 Xv
"'"T .nst..w.u.... -.. ..s.w.
lt-,11 &I11 tllM rtlMllflllt
will sue the company
INorris In Court.
The replevin suit of John T. Vorris ts.
Joseph Bogner is in hearing In 'Squire
Stout's court to.lay, before ex-'Sulre
lUglitmyer. The pleasant feature of the
case is the way George C. Bawlins, counsel
for the defendant, has spent the day walk
ing up and down Norris' spine.
C0SPEL TEMPERANCE MEETINC.
Coiiiln. tr.l hr Uie ttouitn. Cliri.tlan
Teniperanre t nion Two latrgw Meet
ing at 7tu Stance Hall.
The audience room of Temperam e lull
was almost complete!) filled with the chil
dren of the Hand of Ho e with their
teaclii rs yesterdi) afternoon 1 tie hour of
beginning was announced for two odock,
one-half hour earllitr than previously hutthe
little folks were a little tardy In gi tting into
their places. IheW (' I I room and the
gallert ttereoctupieii by the older lersons
w ho amo to linik on. The work of organ
iing into classes was continued, so ttie full
time could not be giten to exercises Be
sides the good singing lit the ihoir tliere
wire several recitations. John Morrivn
rendered "At the Helm " Bessie Mai. t a
little mite of a girl, gate 'The Pet Bird
so chinning!) that "lie wis generous!) . n
cored, which she acknowlged withasutet
bow Merton Funk said "I know I am a
Little Bo)." in a ter) pleasant manner
I he gospc I tern perance meeting was c n
dueled by the ladles of the Woman's t hn
tian rem perance union and the platforu
nas completely .Mtiipied b) thewhite-ru
ni members Eter) seat Hi the hill tta
si upied. and the audieiii e w is i tlatteriu
me. Mrs J B Wertz, jiresideiit of the
Springfield union, presided and lonductttl
the detotional exen ises, reading the hrs
chipterof Daniel and offering prater Ihe
president only made a few remarks in ojien
ing tlie mtetlng b) wt) of mtrmlui lion
sa)lng that "tvlien )ou see this grand audi
ence it does not look as if the cause was
d) ing out" Miss Arbogist, a member of
the . W. C. T. U . was to hate read a pi
per, recently read before a meeting of t at
organization, on "The Aims of tlie 1
but was not present.
The prmiipal tune .f the meetiig wis
occupied b) a lengthy but entertaining ad
dress on '-Woman a A isiou of tie Nine-i
tt-enth ( enttiry, ' 0) Motl er Stewart Ii ,
gate an account of the recent meeting oi i
the National Woman s Christian Tt inner
ance union at .Minneapolis in which .tl ithe
Mewart took part as a delegate II. fori
-1 beginning she placed conspiiuousl) in
'! ! fninl a InrirR nlu.ljif.mrili .f tl.M tlir.i
hundred delegates, taken bt lacsibi, for
merl) of this count), a hue photographer
Mother Stewart spoke of the wonderful
progress made by this National union u
the twelte )ears they hate been organized
now the largest organization of women u
the world fahe paid a glowing tribute t
"our wonderful president. Miss Willard.
whom God bad especlall) raised up for till"
work " She likewise pol.e of other prom
lilt lit women present, among them Mrs
Lucas, of Eugland, sister of John Hi ight
Mrs. Lathrop, Mrs. J. Ellen Foster. Mrs
s-alhe Chapln, of the South, Miss Jennie
S)iiiith. who has done such a grand work
amo ig railroad empio)es, Mrs. Hunt,
superintendent of scientific instruction, and
oflurs J. O. Thrower, the hero or the
prohibition tight ln Atlanta, w ho came rej
reseuting his wife, was sjuken of
Mrs Stewart s address tt is t try good and
was listened to with a great deal of mti rest
but the hour was getting late mil mint
were compelled to leate before its clo-e
"IC 'a' nar' ' t,le programnie was a
so!o by Miss Jessie Wolfe, the talented s.
prano of the First Ltitln ran church. ve '
Mane was tendered, and it is unnecessary ,
to say. It was ter) fine indeed Miss Mary
Velson presided at the organ with her lisua
grace. Hie singing b) the choir was ilso
.. ................... .. ... ... ,... . . . '
.vii uin'uuuiij ,a li,cii 1111 sincis at
the ilose of the meeting, and among those
coining forward were Jake Maine, who
everybody hopes will be able to keep the
pleifge he took.
UNDER THE WHEELS.
The Manslrd Hotly of Julin Tnliy Foiiml
llenrqtb Ihe Vara In tlui-L. M. Vnril, Rt
I uie .enia unieite gites tne lonowing
a'l,Ullonal particulars of the awful death of
John Tube), the Little Miiini brakeman
' 1-a"t "'s'11 between 'J and 10 o'clock John
I'uhe), a Little Miami freight brakeium,
met his death under the cars at a point in
the freight yard about opposite the Smut
gram elevator How he tnppeiied to get
' u"cl" tlie cruel wheel Is not known, as no
one siw mm ami lie was past te ling now u
occurred tt hen found. He had just come
in from Kichmond on train No. 4i and
aided inputting the train away on the
middle track and the trlan men were about
to leave when he was discovered under one
of the cars b) night )anl clerk, riiomis
fviniied), who was passing along vtitu
lantern and heard groans which attracts
lis attention. He looked and saw a mm s
trm 1) inn outside of the trick and then
looking under the cars, siw Tuhev with his
bodv held down b) the brake beams Help
lately Chao After Itejnaril itt Jtttnr.
I been iu captivity from Its vouth was taken
mt and turned loose. It took a short
ireuit, returned to Jamestown along thej
pike, capiureu a pessing cntcken ami iook
e ff its head, went down an alle) and fol-1
fmteil a little girl almost into her house ,
s)me smau rat terners were sit after Hand
i ,ine caught it and pulled out part of Its t til. I
when it departed In a northeaster!) three I
tion. At 10 o'clock the follow lug tlogs ,
were placed on its trail I
...)rllm,- a blai k and tan owned b) Bar
j ,ie Fogle. near Jamestown "Dnim" aud
i -'Nate," black and tan. and white spotted.
! dog bi'Iongllig to John D. Marshall. "Tas- I
so." yellow hound belonging to C. West,
Willnr.ngton Black and tan dog belong -
me to Hugh Johnston. Willmington
Owing to the fact that the ground was
th iwing, and the long start of the fo, and
the immense noise and contusion kept tip
hv tne five hundred boys and men. all ante :
with excitement, the race was given up is
t failure, and the fox allowed to escaje.
In the afternoon another one was turned
loose in the same held and only given a few
minutes' start and
was soon capiureu ny ,
more hounds came in fate
,. ",.hll. ,,, nt ..,,..,
NEW KING BUILDING
tin Spring ml
so.itli .f the
I llitill I
the King neirs,
who otvn the projiert)
now occupied by I). 1'. Derncksoii as a
cigar fictory and store, a barber shop and i
fruit and vegetable house, respectively, at
2 J, 'JT and 2'J south Market street, have
concluded that the buildings must make
way for progress. Soln the early spring,
they will have erected m their stead a hand t
, some three-siorv brick Dibiness Diock, tnai
will be a credit to both themselves and the
nity. There will lie three store rooms of
eighteen, sixteen and twelve feet front.
with a stiirway. The second floor will I
be cut up In snnll rooms for oflices, and!
the thinlrtoorw.il probably be made into a
large hall. The location would be iarlieu-
' ltabIe fortllis purpose, and although I
, u ,
Iher no ... to w4 Xl will be
other conclusion arriveil at. Cliaries V
i J .. .... ... .. ...
Cregar, the architect, who has instructions
to make plans embodying all the latest i
kinks In architecture, will begin on the
same In a very short tune, when a further
description may be given.
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week
Gugenheliu will hold a grand Informal fur
opening at his store, 29 south Limestone
SPECIAL BARGAIN :
liidiet Scarlet Medicated Vests
and Drawers, $1 each, worth
Soft and sightly goods.
Ladies' Camel II... Luuerwear.
L-tdies' .Merino L"nderwear.
Ladies' Cartwrlght A M'arner Under-
tE'.S LNDEKMEVK-A haperb lino
of new, medium aai line grades.
4n VND 30 LIMEyT0E ST.
It Special sale Saturday of Cloak!
STUDY THESE PRICES:
Overcoats, quite nat
urally, have the call in
Clothing just now, and
we offer several su
perb garments at the
above moderate prices.
All these Coats are
made of the
AND FINEST TRIMMINGS.
You'll say so as soon as you
In the world.
USE "STRALEY BRAND"
Best in the market for the money,
a mixture or Maracaibo, Jit and
lilo. SPICED SWEET PICKLES.
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AND MIXED PICKLES.
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Also, a fall line of (lame and
Poultry. Fre-lt Oysters Dolly.
Fancy Fruits a Specialty.
S. J. STrlEY & CO.
18 EAST HIGH STREET.
TELEPHONE 43. Free D11tt.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner West llleh st.;nd Tfitlnnt AU.y.
Blank Book Work and Legal Blaaia
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