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OIPFLGK: ISTo. IS Tenth. Street, Thornton Buildimr.
SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER H. 1SG9
JOHN H. OBERLY . CO
I'lli: OFFICIAL PAI'BK 01' Till: CITY
i nr. lll'I.I.f.TI v is I II!', II.M.I DA I I.V
I'APKH IN XOI TIHIItV IM.1NOIS.
ru iAitiii m-wutors or iti:.ujir:,;
Tiif.soi'i ni:ic.vniAt)i.. t;:. m:.i.r:
tin is -rut: uo.sr i;MitAiir.r. auvkin
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VETJIODIT LAY tJSPltKXKXi'A
7'IOX. We it reported that the full vote on
the question of loy delegation 1" the
Methodist Episcopal cburuh j stands
10.1,470 for, and M,Wrt agBiuft. Tho mla
ii'orml vote iueliulod In this slamls 2,
for, and ttOO against; which liivus tho
reiuls'U ministerial majority, with Ho
IM treuita!e to the elergerx of th
ilftlomlnatlon that so large a preponder
a of oplr on In favor of n jus "onc."
ofoij f iDtluunco tr tho laity. ha- limn
former ntno ig their number. Tui move
.uent 'o Iny delegnti jtt indeed found
origin, If we are not iiitMnfcen, in the
mlnUteria as, Mid certainly It bus
bceuly imuio'.err most warm! urged
'itl fiirtnrroiJ It K jK-lble-, howovr,
thai wlur may, without dim. ct,
ailed tut inferior rdri ul Uh- Motho
i!t f crgy, iiuvo hoped t flid. In tha
itiltni'-sii u of the Imv lemetit to tbn gen
eral c s'lf'-n-rtucn, a -mfc-guard against
til - lnos a Molut- power of the blih
ops. If Ha' reform hall have this effect,
an a hl'ti !.ai argument will have ben
1 1 )dupr 1 in it favor.
tui 'stkhxatioxal nxrirni
t fin' rial, signed by ninny promt
i ( i t ntims of the Dhtrirt of Columbia,
w.'Mi ( -f iitd to Ongrei on Mon
day, a ing f r the passage of a bill for a
charter flneirporatl'in fur h Joint stoek
unpany to be dH-lgtiHted " The Indus
''In7 Ex'.. I Itl'in t'omjiany." auluib-ly-.g
n'ji-h prlvilvgpi and iikfUtMn'" a
,ray MHnk they may Jn-tly 'ongri
' -I'l'.d ''i an enlerpritt) (iolguLMi for
tho common benefit of tli country, they
nro ilcniro i- of h .ldin; In NVn.lilngtor.
during Mo y-cr lc71, an exhibition of
work.' of art &nd industry to .nil nation?
Kuongh ban already ben ilone to how
thattne e.tlzen of the l)itrli'lof Colum
bia ilone sro rady to iuvot a million
in J a half'-f .tollar- in the uiiterprliM'.
It isi exf ;ie l that tho mmnnrinljwIU
reive little ttentl"i . an.! ther mi to
1e uodip.)' Ion t.. mnk any . ppr.'rl
Ktion for it
i xo mi. : a tla xrrr tju. una a rit
the government of Pflrtugnl Invite
tender for the manufneturr and layln
of a iumarlne eable from thitt eouutr
i i tliu I'nlted .Stat-, mnking the A7.w
Island in intermediate point. We
liavw repeatedlr susgtod nch a 1m
It can be laid with perliap let dinlcul
ty than attended the completion if tl
northern cable, and a point tliAt will b
an advantnRe gained by u, and -oute-quently
not be overlooked, i that one
of tho proposed termini will l on ur
owmhore-. Thotnoie Atlantic w,blef
we have the better, and thlione It e-jwe-dally
favorable on this awount.
.Mr. Fplnner touohas a point in Hie
law against tlie ue of fao tiutilt franks
tliut puts that law in a Htilllelently rldi
ulout? light. He mu-t write hi nam
on every letter on official buino&s to
ave a three cent stamp; yet aac mtilr
of hi signature U deemed utUclent!y
good on a greenback forn thounnil ilol.
Tlie democratic paper of Jiicis.pi
expre n mortification over the do.
feat of Anie. On the contrary they re
gard it ih the squelching out of carpet
baggory in tho .State, and rejoice at oord
ingiy head the folowing from theCoii'm
bus, -MUs, 's'entinel '
Tlie dynasty of the carpet-bagger I at
an end In l.ils state, as wo said inour
last issue. HecoiiBtruction, and the elec
tion of (Jon Alcorn, have boon tlie death
of him. Ho vainly suppose. that he
would live and move and have hS be
ing, in negro feull'ratrc.
A large numbor of white people .-up-ported
den Alcorn : enough to elect luui
w Ithout tho votes or tiio nogrooi, or their
miserai'lo allies and ills election K re
lieved or tlie odium of havjng been pro
cured by their support, and lie will thoru
foro be independent of them in hi ad
'viiAT doi;s this nr,AXv
For several days past, the warning hat
been .sounded that there wan a financial
crash impending, that night, and prob
ably vroiihl, involve them In a common
rulu. Head the following telegraphic
"Now York apuuials hay thero are de
elded fears of a financial crash owing to ,
the decline In gold. There is much j
alarm among holders of produce and dry i
goods over the HhrlnUagein value. Many
of tho advocates of tho upeedy resump
tion of speclo payments have become
alarmed, and beseech Secretary llout
well not to sell gold. It was reported
yesterday that a prominent dry good
importer had telegraphed the President
that tho decline, in gold had gono far
enough, and that further. decllno would
ruin many merchants throughout' tho
country, and eaune a commercial eriyK"
Portland people are complaining
shout tin" high price of bread.
Cardinal (.'ullon has issued antoher
tnanifeto against tlie Fenians.
There are to bo executions for murder
in the Tnlted .Slutes during the month
A woman is captain of a canal boat
running into Cincinnati and trensarti
'.'ineiitiiRti 'ins a milk inspector and
th" doair talk of ralsiinr their price.
Vx S? n a jo jW&h d JbJ. Henderion, of
MI.Hdrl.iwilff' ill -at his .home la
A man in now In Detroit with his
scalp In hi pocket. The Indians took
it off for him.
A man named itichard E. Hov ,
, playltif the role of a Baptist "readier, (
v.i lately driven from Turktou. Mo., i
.'or attempting to marry his ninth wife, I
the eight former one being all alive.
Hi isadvl-ied to go to L'tah, collect tho
-cctterd rmuin- of hU family arid live I
; ' n penct'. . i
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lll'.ll.K IIKV!) HllliAIsjN UUS KEIIOS. I
About lx w" ks auo we mentioned thfl
fact thai i:li' Uiyd, the famous rebel
t fpy, bad ' f.-om" iiiano in this city, and
' wa- tak n to Uif- a.yum at Htooktou.
Vcoxpres-ed the belief thntlier inaacl'y i
wtt frteafloiied by a severe Mines which '
i he vtti utlVring from at tlie time she
waj pronounced Insane, and that, under
' the ftiiperlur medical treatment and kind
nursing she was sure to receive at the
' ..ylum, under Dr. ShurtlcIPs direction, 1
! her ronton would t.u be restored We
perceive by the Han Francisco papery
that such is tlie result, and also that a
few days since -lie gavo birth to a child
1 the asylum. A few of tho paporf,
learning for tlie llrrt time of her impovc
meut in connection rrlth the auuouuce
I tnent that she liad become a mother,
; have manufactured v ry patlietic nud i
i touching paragraphs, attributing the ro- ,
luruofhr mental health to the lat
' named occurrence If thl. were really I
the case It is oftner tlie rover.",, we '
. might expect to soon learn ofsomu ttIc
acre aiiKfieatlnir a new modeof treatment 1
for female patient at insane aayltini3. j
Ww are, however, clad to knorr that one ,
1 poor liumnn being lias had a darkened
. houl light wd up by tho lires of reason;
tnat Providence has given on more poor
creature power to overc me tho fiends '
and enemies conjured up by a diseased '
'imagination, and ritreugth to cam for a!
, uMT-ciuier1ut-thlK orld of trouble and '
sorrow, where nil but maternal afi'ectinn
ill Hud sliort llred. '
Tli . 'Agltttior,' tlie woman's paper at
CliicatT'i, ha been U"endt'd for the pre.
eitt. The firt!c' has passed into the
baud of a Joint stock company, with
ample capital t place it upon a Mife ami I
living bnsis It will hereafter, com- I
meiicing u!iut the first Cof January, bo
p ibiirbmi imultaih'niisly at Jloiton and
Chicago. Mrs. Mary A. Jdvermoru will '
be the mannging editor, and will be ass
isted by JulU Ward Howe, Lucy Stone,
Win Loyd Garrison, and Colonel Thf in- '
as Went worth Hlgglnson. The 'Agita-
tor' has, from It commencement been a
very excellent paper, superior to any I
other piibli'hed In the exclusive interest .
nf woman, it has always carried with It i
the need of nn office editor, who would I
stay witli It and superintend tlie details ,
if every issue. Tlie new journal will i
. embrace everything that the most ardent
friends of the movement can desire and
fhould, Bi It no doubt will, receive tlie I
.npport of the friends of equal sutlrage.
ten: TKi.v ixmtni.c'TioxJ
Tin: itni.vriovororu tioVKKXWKXT
A few days ago a delegation of Cubaa I
gentlemen waited upon President Grant. -Man''.
Frttcl V """er, acting as spokes- I
All that he asked, he said, was the
most common fair piny. He begged for
no favors or assistance, but remarked
that he thought tho great republic should
not Mt the example of aiding an Euro
peati power in crushing out the free aspi
ratioud of a noble people, struggling
heroically to obtain their independence.
Tho coumo nt present pursued by the
United State government, he said,
was entirely one bided, The Spaniards
were allowed every prhillego'; they
wore permitted to repair the ships, oh
talu arms, coai, provsions, ammunition
uid everything for tliolr support, while
poor struggling Cuba, a weak power
lighting against u strong one, was de
nied the same privilego. Thero was not
an ounce of powder expended on Cuban
-oil by the Spaniard that was nat sup
plied from some port of the United
States, yot Cubans were not allowed to
send to their country ship?, am
munition ud provlsiouu. President
Grant hero romarked that the dolega
gation must remember that there was
one important difiereuco between Spain
and Cuba. Spain has a recognized gov
eminent. JlutCabahas none. To this
Mr. Fesser replied that that there was
tlie very iiinerenc inai ne una ins com
patrolts desire to seo obliterated. Tlie
United state government, said he,
mako use or the circulUH vltlosus in
dealing with tho United States. They
say wo aro no government be
cause wo aro not recognized and,
that wo aro not recogulzed becauso we
aro no government. Tho United States
tie one of our hunds behind our back,
and allow ispaln to have both hands free
and then expects us to fight on suoh uno
qua I terms. Mr. Foaser further said that
Cuba eomprtiug with Spain, was like
two men lighting iu the btreel, one of
whom only hud one lmud and tho other
both hands free to ue. Give u, lie said,
the most ordinary fair play, which Is all
we ask, and then let the best man win.
Mr. Fesser made a powerful appeal for
belligerent rights, and was occasionally
backed up by tho other members of hl
delegation. The President, though ex
tremely courteous and kind to his visit
ors, was very guarded and careful In his
remarks. When Mr. Fesier concluded
his address, the President briefly re
marked to him, that he (the President)
in his position of Chief Magistrate could
do nothing hut execute the laws of the
country. That Congress, however,
would soon assemble, and no doubt
would take tho matter into prompt con
sideration, and adopt the bust course that
could be followed under the circumstance;.
An Afrd Cnpl MnnlrtKl nntl Aflrrvrnril
I'timumrd lit the I'lnn- rih lliirn
Trfin tli- Pit slmrs dm- ;, i.
At four o'clock yeterday morning, in
the village of Greonvllle, Pa., an Lgod
couple, named Vandusen were foully
mtmltred, and their hitherto peaceful
home burned to ashe, witli tneir bodies
in it. They were known to have a large
amount ofgold on their premises, ome
twenty-live or thirty thousand dollars,
and the universal belief of the neighbors
in that they were robbed, murdered, and
the house set on fire to conoal the crime.
When the fire had done its worst the
body of Mrs. Vandmen was found st'll in
bed, though then in tho cellar that of
her hutband in the hall. That they
should have been separated In this man
ner at such a time seems f trnnge. More
over, the neighbor found tlie back door
and back window open, which prove? at
once that burglars had been in the houee.
A large jack knife, with the blade open,
was alo found in the ruins. The bodies
were ho far consumed as to preclude tlie
possibility of determining any marks of
violence. On .-'aturday the old man,
frightened no doubt at the (Incline in
gold, was in town oll'ering to sell oil" the
precious metal, thus Inevitably advertis
lngliis tempting possession thirty thou
sand dollars in gold in a farm house in
a quUt country town. It wni surely a
tempting prize, so that it is almost cer
tain tlie allalr was the result of the foul
est of crime, that tho old couple's gold
wiu tho cause of their awful death; that
some human monsters were the instru
ments of the horor. There is no defined
suspicion, yet much excitement prevails
in the community.
MktrUaLU'A IXCKSIIIAKY 1'KUri.A-WATION-AI'PKAJ.
TO Til f. SX.W f.
Wt have received tlie following copy
of ti patriotic appeal, dated at Havana,
December 10, 1W9.
( ario Manuel de Cespedes, President
of tlie republic, has ordered that all Cu
bans faithful to the patriot cause and
obedient to its government .shall set fire
to cornfields and crops of tobacco, in or
der to drive oil' the enemy and thereby
deprive them of all resources wherewith
to carry on the war against us. Ail Cu
bans should respect and carry out tho
orders of their first magistrate, and it I
necessary that tlie execution bu speedily
and punctually eflected, so that the
whole world may seo that we are united
and resolved to make the sacrifice Per
sons will not be found wanting to de
nounce these measures, but such will
only be those who are Instigated by in
terest, egotism and treachery. Kvery
Cuban (black or white for we aro all
equals) has no obligation to account for
his plana to any person, but merely to
take a match, and in silence carry out
the order of his government. All, with
out distinction of color, age or hex, can
in this manner serve the cause of our
country and liberty. Now is not the
niomont to think, nor to discuss what
has to be d"no; tho moment has now
come in which to oxpul the Spaniard,
and by adopting these measures the
odious enemy will speedily disappear
from our sight. Will people be wantiug
for the simple operation of applying n
match to a cornfield? Where are then,
the patriots? What are the freed mulat
to. doing, who ever wero distinguished
for their hatred to tho barbarousSpaniard
and for the love they bear t their native
soil? What are the plantation slaves
doing, who should have already been
set free, but who still suiler from hunger
and tho pangs of the lash, when a spark,
cast in passing, among the cane will
suffice to insure thetr liberty? Si moro
fear. War to tho Spaniard and viva.Cu
ba! Fire and blood on all sides! Let u
burn to day and to-morrow we shall be
freo and Cubans! Viva the President 1
Viva Carlos Manuel!
Tun Iti.Trni.U'AN Comhittek.
The Muscntlno 'Journal' has the fol
lowing to Illustrate the fact that love
not only laughs at bars and locksmiths,
but alfo at dirt work: 'i'A youug man
of this city, receutly arrlTed here, who
was in love , but too poor to wed the
object of his allectlons, being unable to
get any work at his trade, and having
no ready cash, restored to the employ
mentof a scavenger to ralBo tlie where
with to consumato his plans. Incon
gruous as tho idea seem, he thinks the
end Justifies the means, as he is now
haplly married, and has a steady and a
moro desirable situation."
A Paris showman has boon flued and
Imprisonod for exhibiting a picture of a
glgantlo Napoleon I inseparably united
to a dlraiuutive Napoleon III, with this
explination : 'Messieurs, the singularity
of these twins consists in the fact that
instead of being brothers, like the origi
nal Siamese twins, they aro uncle nnd
nephew, and while both of the brothers
would die Iu case they wore separated,
only the smaller one of my twins would
waste away into nothing If he were seY
ered from nl uncle "
1 TKAIHN4; FOR A WlfK AHB GBTTIXO
I .WORK T1IA WAV BARU AIMED fOK. I
On Tuesday last, aaya a Cincinnati pa
per, while the trial of the ejectment suit
iivlnr'u hulra TTii-nkntL- ami
1 was progressing before a Jury, In the
court house, of this city, a singular
transaction waa disclosed by the evi-1
I deuce, which created not a little surprise
1 and merriment in the courtroom. The
, defendants called a witness by the naaaa
of Isaac Yclton for the purpose of lm
peaching tho testimony of a witness
named William Orcutt, who hud testified
1 on behalf of tho plaintiffs. After the
direct examination of Yelton was aon
I eluded, he was turned over to Mr. Carl
hie, one of the attorneys for the plain -,
tiffs, for cross-examination, when the
following evidence waa elicited:
Attorney Are you and Orcutt on gtl
terms with each other?
Wituefs Yes, sir.
Attorney Did yon never have any
'lUarrel or difficulty?
Witness Xo. sir; we never did.
Attorney Did vou not take Orcutt'a
wife away from him and run away with
jii'i. uuu uiu you noi jjhtu a uuncuiij
with him about that?
Witness J never took bis wife away
Attorney Did not you and a man
named Gosney take his wife away?
Witueee Hia wife went away with ma
and Goiney, but we did not take her
away from'Orcutt. There waa no diffi
culty at all about itj it was all satisfac
torily. I traded him a horae for his wife,
but I found that I had been imposed on,
and I returned her to him, and it was all
right. There was no quarrel or difficulty
Attornoy How wn yon imposed up
on? Witness I traded the horse for hia
wife, but he put on me besides, two chil
dren and udog, so I returned her to him.
1 do not mean that he cheuted mo in the
trade, for the transaction was all fair;
but lie Imposed on me he got the best of
the bargain. I. had no use for tlie two
children and the dog.
This testimony was given with the ut
most coolness, and in a manner which
indicated tiiat the witness regarded the
'runsaction as entirely legitimate and
proper. He is a man of ordluary Jutelli-
gence, and has been for a long time a
constable iu the upper end of Campbell
county. Having rescinded the contract
with Orcutt, we presume that he ii now
prepared to consider any new proposition
, that may be submitted to him. Gentle
men who would rather winter a horse
than a wife, mltrbt find it to their ad
vantage to call, but they must bear in
mind that he decline- to deal in children
GKT THE BUST.
WV THK D.VI.r OKNflNK IMPIIOVKP
0RI0DE GOLD WATCHES
M-inifj'turrl lijr the
OROIDE WATCH CO.
TlU'Varca'l tli') t make, Hunting Cam, lllielj
-li:ieil, luMk mi 1 arllKi' tlnr ;oW,HUilurc '' jual in
.warni' olliP U-ti.l wauhen iimuIIv 'oitlri)
il-'K Ml'l.Teni'lol I.''r, liflit'" lll (Pea,
m 915 rnrli.
oi k Dornnr. kxtka mk'ih:i t-'oiid
Of. ill (ioiil llwittny'Ciufi ;t"nll Jrwflnl l.vpi-,r
'- at Iu ti" l.'C'M Wiirrhn; ItcquUtfil nr.il tliiAran
'.'ii to Ui' corntct lime, ml '.iimi.nu)tlarnlh,
vi'!i n.x'ml''.ne lo, xl Uii--h.
o moiiey la required Iu ivac Wc
noiiil liy Kxpr onnhtro within thf I'nitd Stmca,
p.ivaUt'tonKcntonJ llU'ry,tli th privilege to upon
,inl examine Ixl'ore nnl lnr, tnil If not h itufxctorr
ri'iiriifd, tv pavliijj Kir' chnri!t. tiomlt will
In, aent I.v iimil ni KeKi-lemi I'n ki"Xe, piepuld, by
-.nilnitea.il in iblvniiee.
AN Ai.K.N'T sKNPl.M. KOlt SIX WATCHES i.ETS
AN KXT1U WATCH KKKH. MAlllNl. .-EVKN Hi
WATl IIK.S r'Oll$-ii, Oil oKVK.N .J WAT' llKsKOit
a i. to Ki.r.aAXT uroiiii: ioi.nt:i
C ll.ll. UN. of 'item anil im-t niBtly mylei, lorUi-lieii
nml i.eiHleineti, irom I" u 40 Indie Ion. l iJ, 3,
, an.iSKciw.h, ent with MatKhi-iat whorU pilee,
St ilr lend htI uc of uinli reiuireU, mt ordr unly
rt"m THK OKOtiK WATCH CO.
0" U i ' 1-r ll Kiii'f ."treat, NwTfik.
to UN', II A V. OATS, IlltlN. INO NII1P'
CortM-r r Coiiliiicrelul Avi-MHr aat
Cairo - - - Xlllxxola.
Veen. i. :Vi. Hiinnlv n( lS.e.I. mid If icPkred to
il a,r. e-HOrtho;t n'.''er, ' t'i limeM roMklr'A. I
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TOLIDAY (iOODS. i
ConlVflion. Toya. Firr-H'ork.
AMPLi: PROVISION FOlt THK YOliSfJS
TEKS. (in ;v luii .iiutner mtnur ami buj'ywur hytniuy
fovd. P. "aiiulikx Uid in a itwk in ltt liar tLl J
Fiwt never boeii enunled in Cairo. '
Oonfetion of all kmd.to,VH in'.i3i! inel- I
atcryih.ui?tlilf.c ana jirwuytnoia wni rriiiHaoi.
.irvu Chrutma' .md Nun Veur.
Hoi in rr.bei the place, 10J Cuikiorclal Atuuh.
JOHN W. THOVKlt Av CO
KKOKKItS A1 KXCHAXGK DEALKHS
K'Kluii etreat, ienin door from Com. Ae.,
Abo, Iaimt TUiieti from
Liverpool, London, llavrr, Antwtrp, Hcmkii
(tad Hamburg, to Xto 'ork,
Or to ny point Wait i
ne-Colleelion' rnadr QH ioy point jn Europe.
Fill BALB, HKAP-Naw CtU Utaa
lu. oaraer lcat aai Siitaaitk atraaU.
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AMvrleaia rawder Cm., aiMl minlaalwrttia
AMta far Cua Ynrut,
BOAT flTORES, WROf KltlES AMI PH0
UO Olailo Xjovoo,
o! Cairo. Illinois.
FLOHK MKBCHAXT AD XlhhT.We
Xm. OUia Lre, Uilro, llJIaula. '
Orilrr. atiiltil fir.ifunft ...1 iOBi....trtli..
HYAfl T. PiKEEK. jorr.v n. pnir.r.rs.
Conualaalon and Forwarding Mcvcliatits
And I)'al'n III
r, Cora, Oats, llran, hui) nil KlmU Hi
OHIO LBVBK CAIJtO, IM
I. V. ATKIIS.
F. J. AYKU-.
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So. 133 Ohio Lever, C.11UU, ILL.
M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
(Surrmsori o ).. 11. Hendricks A Co ,
Forwarding and Commission Jlorclia a
Oaxlx-o - - - X131zxoiaa.
Liberal Advances Made on Comlgnmcntn.
r- preprtl to rceira, store or forward Jrcistita (o
illiint.i; tiiiyorsAlloncommiiislon. UusinoK oi
ended jiovrith tromplntM. anlOilnU
II. M. FI IT Ij :E 2C
w holoaalo Gr x-o o o x
!!.'i,,l5!;.t!:mo.T'1 'l-7' oh, I', noxi door 10
tlty .Natron! Bank, wlier with letter tuollitiea an. I
larnrMtocki. ii.jfc, i'h thn jontintuiiico of i.atrou
HKoofli' furrncr iii''..intr, a- well n lfi.it of
iirrlir auroiiiiuiMut Joun for Ntorairt.
u,l (ba llanUllHB- or all kliida or
. mi rIrM,,,,r', ,,u Comanlalun.
Hiro, III., Juno 1, Imj. inn i i..
1 W. GREEN,
(S'JCCfi.or to F!1L.. UrMi i.
PLOTJB . .A. G-IEHSTT
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Joouy, Ao., iio JlwoTereda 'alaipla uat.aj af aar,
which he if ill send ffee tq hifllw ufltrara. An
dreas J. H. nKHtftfH, 74 Naa.atyaTMt, Ner Tork