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rTHE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER.
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fclßfl-r.. meets im
gnbrmua MY I
| ;^Wfe,: - %g> aicr«. »a tood ttmiKUn*. mtr
■ |,.n, ,11<> attend.
ALUj^^-yAr
fcnmo.
iBBUK Mtrnwo apwAMmtmrw
*LO*H
41? 6»/KC*K U BLAKE,
ATIUW-KOOIBI kiSS
•- - lariat] jiff 1 ittim (/Ofponttoft, faHwS mmS
¥ awrttfa* taw.
/ ISAAC M. HAU«
ATTORNKT AMD COCMSCLLOR AT
A I*w. «<)ltritn» in Chancerr, Pmrtnr la
~ itmlnity, ant Molar y pubttr. Room &
"JW*. Poet RalMtait, apatato, Mill «r*t.
1 *• T. Cewaohatioa ftaa.
1. J. LICHTKVBKRO
!UK of Dm PcAturrlvaala Bar.)
f'ftrMSKLUIK AT LAW-ROOM* I •»
V a. Cahw Moefc, AaattM
HKNHY B. I/XIMIH,
ATTORKEY AT LAW-KEX*EY Bu*a.
earner of Prwit and OotmebU Nmete,
fHmttie. |
K>iinu> racmna. a«j»«y araeira.
t K. <'*»*.
* Piwion.
ATTORNEY# AMU COt'.VUKU/JKD AT
law otßrv at UK-ootter, Mount Ver-;
aoa •tid tteattle Heattla oflEcr, ,V*»l*r
laaty l.loek )ylT«lw
«. ar. nwuf I joh* a ow *rrt.
MBWIJM Ac CHOf'KKrr,
A TToRSKYrt-AT LAW-OPTICE THIRD
A Boor Vulef U mr , building; nomi ad
SMtMaa t - *■ l-and < imtm
KHKM BMITH,
i ATTORNEY AT LAW, P. 8. < OMMttt-
A <rtori<r and Notary Pot»llt\ Pine lant!*
kßtil Ufl Mild. I'tKtvfli C buz era, Heat
p. p. OAHMOIJ4
ATTORNEY AND coi:x»EU/)R AT
" A «v. Room* 1; and K Poocia Bat Id
BH, front «trert-
PR.VA.N IV J K H.AHHTNT,
BOM'KOI'ATIIWr, MHttl PAMOt* A*
the Indian rtnrtorww of I*3 WaeblUK
Mgwet, Boirton, Manwh'tartt*, rfvee
.-MMiar attention t» dlaeawe of wumrn and
jfaWrrn Tbo»e ny-rila* eonSuoowat
mttfrrive from mrttetru*) im-cnlaritle*
jtonM <■»(«•. lull 7 commit her Call*
jp»wer<'.l 1 « y or night < 'mnMrn free
fleet m.-M! free U >r tbw unablf lo pay
Ml * t» 10 *. m. Wedneeday*.
maentbal a Block, Wl 1 1 , Front
C. K. CABK, M. I).
AKDOMIMAL AUBUBOM AMD OYJOE
tohiKi.t
TACOMA, W. T. .
DR. r. v. OOOUBPRKD, j
IJBTBH IAN AMPBTROinM. ROOMS 5. :
' Maoe'l bolßllDf, Eront «».,
OK. J. W. HAMILTON,
ÜBTMCUS, BCBOEOX AND OVNE
special attention fiven to
B*a*» of the vaaho, nrlnary organ* and
actum (HBee--aw Front «t.rart. in»l6m
OR. J. W. JOHNSON,
MVBIt lAM AND HVBfilKiK. OFFICS.
■ Pront atmet, lietween Bell ami
IMIWr. Seattle. » T ___________
BH.OKO.A. IIKICH,
/VCCLISV AIBIBT. }.ABTN(M*<'OI'IWT.
\J bavin* returned from bin trip to the
■M and Enropa . will lie pieam-d to UM'et
H* farmer and other* dotfrliig hi*
arvlen*, at l'l« forcaar olTire, In the Yi nl* r
Lmrr ttluck. MeaUlc, W T Re»idenr«\ cor
Wf Pnarth and Marlon. )yt7dw
X>K. M."r>. UINOAHKII,
fIJUPt'ATK OF THE t'XIVI.WfTY OF
it Pennsylvania. make* a (peelaltr "I
4Bw*uf the eye, ear and Ihruat. Treat*
- VWMtr, ehronie and »kln lUasa*-. Ke
■torn cancer. tumoni and ntew* without
: Htoor iiK iif the knife
9#e<\ owner Third and t berey *treet*.
Bt'iir*. 9 a TO to 4 i> Pi.
(. ». mmn, x p. y u a tui wK, ■ t.
PHH. MINOR* UAWHON
pHYsI( I VNrt AND BCROIONB.
orru rs m or*** Mot** __
Tteleph'.u.'* oißce, No. *2; Dr. Minor**
.... MMeii- • , N»J«
FtTßh-IAN AND WKtiEOX-OFnt'E.
Cniou Hlork, Frttul flr»t floor,
.flMalrr. Ki**ut to.
e tn«ir»--lu a. m. to It m. ; 2to i p
■.:! to» p. m.
tl wtni, a. H H *' RI * »IM.»BP. *tv
HKS.HMi rll \ NVII,I.AKI>
EIYXICIAKX WD SCRt;EOXt>—OFFIi K
Ponein't llhK'k, Froul iiwet i>lllc<e
11* a U» 4 p m and ' t»i « p. m
I IJK. A. C. WUJ4AMH,
* CMYXK'IAN AND HI'KI. EON- POKMKK
r lj tnrkrou City 11. HI Unit*, y >.
OBee- Ki'iitu «. So. XilS'* Front »trwt, tfc>-
| 1 jße, W. T.
Mr. m»i Mr*. K. J. < "ii*tle,
aimAUUM AND TKAI HKK>-< IIHI*
XI tlan s-lciH't-. Mental llvailn*. No 101%
•nut »tivet. U tween Madl*mt and Hprtu*.
faadv. w»«iuim.iii Toniton
, IAKRH. MOOKK * 00,
HKKS OF RFi ORDS- ROOMS
Ok 30, ;£>, W, third floor, fnlou Work.
Cwkplete ah*traet*nf Mile f'iml*hcd to
M} lm>d* la thJ 111} of Seattle or Klttf
Waty
MKVKK.V IMIUNBtK'B.
AND SI'I'ERINTKND
A eitt«, W. 1 F:ont etrwt. Kenuey Moek,
•wttir Kl7
riSHKIt tV CLARK,
Aichttk rrs hi ti kr-s aru-iHXQ.
Jw. •t., 1)1TI den I*l llolrt.
H. KIKINMAX,
AICHmcCT— H*K>M V KKIMU BLOCK.
Ffc»ut Ami Mftrion ilnvd
UthS*&OH BERTHAND * 00 ,
Md Mining Cagintcn mm 4
Dm n|iKUm«B.
JIAIUtOAH, MINIS'. W .\TKIi WOttSS*
ft lof*Mcn»i»hlc*J, Wider. wwtfi|e •*»*!
rii<iur-, rtuic j»x*u tjuvitl mt\ru
CH| {kfoorrty o? Uiut«
M»|.« Mini uuM-hAuimt Urn*
*n«l hlw |»rtats *
*n«t muni a]««vv nil h*o*l
ftn4 'A V«tl« r Uurv U*4. S«*«t
PMf.T juMro
f H. K. owrw.
•Ct'HHV \ OW KXB,
fttVlL SNiiINKKRS, SI'IIVKYOKS AND
y Ontfth t«- > KaiU*j» Mud i4hrr |MiV (
JJJto and built Ptnaa, tfwp- j
'gWjpMHt •<»! foitmntr* farni#h?4.
■Pnl »nr\vu ami mi|«« ut*tlo fw i«iy
tUm c»i*r*utr«e<t
JWt-fcxttM W. Hulfcr lltark, J*me+ «1,
IWtHlw !.l jeA_
6AKDNKH <* HOUO.
• ■ I
fsvn. axdmining KMiiNCEKs-rmr
SrWiryor's '» auvl *7,
For Sale, j
lots 7 and 8, Block 81,
Stay's Park Addition.
Ajfcly
lED. E. SANDER,
Have Tou Seen it Tet?
Ctu. .VI i C AXD -KF. THE
£ wi K*r t« :,t*' jSst wc*r» j
*'•*** v '- j
HcKUl' »Y 4 /M ITH.
MK *U Front *trr*« |
—— '
SHELTOI i ARMSTRONG.
REAL
ESTATE
A*D
Loan Agents,
Fanning Lands.
80 acres marsh land in
Skagit county, near Mt
Vernon. This is .\No.
I. land. Price, $1350
cash.
160 acres of rich bottom
land, x / t mile west of
Terril lake, in What
com county; alckrr and
vine maple; land easily
cleared.
160 acres on Orcas island,
% mile from [xjstoftice
ami steamboat landing;
6o acres cleared, 40
acres under fence; gtxxl
farm house and barn;
stream of water runs
through place; school
house within a mile.
Price, S2O per acre;
SIOOO of this on time,
to suit purchaser,
120 acres on Orcas island.
This land is .easily
cleared; no large timber;
good soil; about one
mile from boat landing.
40 acres sul>url>an tract
near Hall Bros, ship
yard on Salmon Bay.
Price, S3OO per acre.
138 acres two miles above
Snohomish City, known
as the Low farm. Ev
ery acre of this is rich
bottom land, 50 acres
* in meadow, and will
yield annually is<».tons
of hay, g«x>d farm house
and burn, with sheds
and outbuildings; 50 or
60 fruit trees, 'all large
and bearing heavily,
consisting of apples,
I wars, plums and cher
ries; 20 acres pastur
age. Price, $5250. one
half cash, balance in 2
years at 10 JXT cent.
Timlier Lands.
SSS ai re* wllhln one half ml!'- of .alt
water Will rul 17..VXUU0 lYlee.
fti p> r Ben
ton aeee« will .ul .'..OM.iW If rallnw.l
«h aid lie I.Hilt to port Tow n*rt»l It
will ran ihMiufh thl* Iraet Will
•eli ttml»-r » Hhout The land, or t»>th
t..tf.-tlier Priee, l aw#, or *-«» for
timber.
480 arrea; will .-at jt.imp.ow a «■»«! d'l*
la: >rn«w rvm thl» tract.
City lYoperty*
IO tot* I* T«tkt'» KWIMi
J one from Maywffl
Und; Uamij** *ll n»on«i th«rm. frtw,
9 i ■*-> eat li.
S BRTUTLMRLRARETT IIT L» T
my' 9
4 mvr itiwt mr tiiw ami within xwv
Wv»rk" c*f line iu«((
1 Ux hard ti-w
in tv r I'Hfimjr'.* itMttkw. two
t*i<n k9 (mm w**tur litH? wtte. l*rior.
nm
9 rUmtwl UA» in Tlitiu* •«Witi« n,
1 l«*t in IWirrn wiU* Vrw»
hott*v WW.
1 k*t In Kwfwuiii »>W Thi« l» •
cftkoArr K»t. 'j Wurl fr««»
mh)r oar* W«»
311 tots. •MMi"" t< •!.«-
mWk «U< ail '•<■l*l hr»nt«fm
l,m rtaarvd. within Rw mtimi**'
**;k <<f «<■»'. <"•-' imiU**4 •S'f '*
from »1» to W3< **-* ><<
I. t.».Ui tlx B»«<t (""W*
(■Wn<l Ui«n In WV»i.-n« H»«h[u<!
ton f«*
a <>«•• •'n> k>t» in »i»'hrtwl«h ' "it*
i.iii;t •!) n-u-Kt lh.-m hvan
U(«U) «lttt«tr<» rr»<*.
f lof> in * »'>' '■ r|3&o*« rfl
| U>«» i» Snohowtjh' Sty fcw l«~' k
A of rioh UtU>»Bi »4K«niut
SuoboWMfc «"<«>■ rric» t"" 1
lot tu !i|»'<ruw«:<?> * HI f"r f_ •
in „tr» 8a« W«-i J»n«l >*• «•::■- <«»
WtMtrun Prtoa. *» !« ' «"*
AO imA <»(*«■ an*t * *» E ' mi! , * "*
homo. «!«•!•»* f<* ain.inir tuki *
an.l t**rre tiw-t*. r<» ariv
TV, m-rf» wltfctn hall »'<»• <*i >**
W :.«!•■*'Hi l»r> •!*»& t *
wt tKi» «»» mai* an
iavr*tmrai
A ft a* cm) |*v|<*fii tor »ale
Banaiu ii Mercer's Addition.
Barpvins in Tfrrys First Additwft.
Bargaias is Tffry s Second AWitki
Barpiis is Jadlia's Addition.
Rooms and 3
WIDE BULBING,
Stttlk TmilflO.
IB ham IMag ftr Mb if MjMritinm hftMj
fariM li Viat fte 6M Ee&kif Dry M Eapria
W. P. BOYD & CO,
621 and 633 Front street,
83U.TTLX, W. T
THEIR IMPORTATIOXH CONPBME
Dry Goods, Fancy I Famishing Goods.
MCI DEfAITIIIT COIFLCTE.
11
Special ralm ii Ssftid aid Frtsck Dres Gaodi,
AsjtoMaMieitofClaitojaiilßlii
EiHiM Siits, Lam Batistes, lie.
« -
(Mil vitt to MU it a* kmt poedkle yirn
ItorfHiMbul «aa aakrcUa* art sanrpuitd far eaiar. Kyi* ul pi
ml aaJu-ay. ia ekaaf *abl«. piaki*. itfip*. Uaak. tnta aad varinu atkar
ctylaa, lata triauaad or plats, with toatttiftri aad aaiqaa kaadJai ia wood,
diver, atoay aad iaary.
Tto Mat popular Bakes ia kid. (ilk aad lule thread (Wroa.
TVs celebrated "Claaafut" Uaek haaiary, warraatad aot to crack or fade
Tall Uae of oorseu aad aadorwaar.
As eztaeeiTe aad eoapleu eUck of an a firaukiaf goad* at *ary law
pritea.
tri'OCKHOLUKKH:
B OaUert, J P Hoyt, Ezrm Meeker, G, KeU<*lt.'
J. fimk, M. (i. Mrttvc, Nu>l kt itiiry. W. A. Hammrton.
M. D Ballard, E.P.Perry, Hefner * Dfeaon, tieu.Wra. McMieken,
A H Stewart, Dr. T. T. Minor. J. H M.-I.raw, . J. sehrara.
II H. UtM*. HLYe*ler. W V Kiuebart. rha« Naher.
£<l. I. Terry. June* BotbweU, W. U Hand. J. 0. Lowman.
CAPITAL CMKMWa
HOME FIRE INS. CO.,
OF 1 gEATTLE.
E B DOWIIIb*. A. t» Paimer, W P. Boyd, C. P. Stone.
<k-o B Adair, li. F. Karmond. riwherAMacdouald, Kabelmaii. Llcweum
<> I lav In, Adamtmh. Morari A Co..
Ann Hrown, Auffu*t Mrhlborn, P. Einrert. C. P. Ilapp.
I'lian. F Frwrh. A. K Burwell, Alfr.il tfnjder, E. B. Barwell,
A. M. Brooke*. D. N Halter. <"apt. p. lillmore. E. Lobe & Co.,
SI AK. Oottatelti. A. I hllber*.
1. P. Hart. Pre*! dent. Jam*» BOTBWMA, Seeretary.
FREE OF COST !
ESHELMAN, LLEWELLYN i GO.
Th* Rmil Estate and Money Broker* of tho
Pacific Coast,
1 <taad a crd-ai IMTITvTI' Nt» all ▼t°ITORI to BEATTUt, m wad »a to iB midtata, H
«*H «tb-;r cAae,
POST BUILDING, MILL ST., SEATTLE,
And >i«ad * t-w Bleat**tlm* .» PMIXtBO Dt«rlllPtlTII
Mtl IKM tP ATT* k ABO W tUMIMiTnI 11 y«ur ft, ad* asd <*
«•«, rcu CP tCST ro TOD. Aad II jau ibowii wlau u plain ••**•
mtmtj la lb*
Future Great City of the Pacific Coast
THB ONLY IIATTLI IN AIWKRICA,
VaeasiaU yen lota la
EOSS 1 SECOND AUDITION FOE $175 <*E S2OO,
(Tkl. la lb* ■aalaiia■ ia« eatar of Baattie.j
Or Ma H> atha* well la. *w4 tohlitloM; er ba-lsc* ar.i failroaa !«*» an l*a tlrwi
l> wmlr, «• tbwi** b uI mH It win •ar ywu i call. Tkla 1* you- w>« rbaaoa
Is • life w I Htax '4rtu t.i ou*ta<>i *-< th*: pleem Deal Wta htatc -"-ear. a
Mat tbikvin v<ovtdaf*r yiur 'a>or». sad lfc«t cf year a fr ad *b Ur*«. w;il
,!.H»Ma •* i' pa', let a ! **ea l* ka-b<n- «. *ap allta aad payal«lna ara MBiaf V>
•ealitto »*oojai**ecf *«* pe**oe-cw» ai lae-a by 'ecart g • ft»4; >-M «bi*a J-a k»T» a
ctuiraa. faalib •« towa I: la y--ar ;r *p. >al'b, UaralaM btaat a ft* tare to tua
*. w Tark at It* P ctftc.
COLLECT INSTEAD OF PAT RENTS. BE
YOUR OWN LANDLORD.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Just received, two cjr loads of MASON FRUIT JARS
and one car load of JELLY GLASSES.
CAM, AT
E. LOBE <Ss CP'S.
J". "ML Blan.otLa.rci <Sc Co.,
JaMai la l«y*rt*< aad Dnuatl*
Wines and Liquors,
Vector Leftry HWk. Front 6tr*t»
klrl'.Tvnw!. <"VwdOT SEATILE ? W. T.
1.. 3v. Or. SMITH.
IMP*>RTEK AND JOBBER OF
Ct|in T*but«s, lecrwhaaa Goods. Pipes, Cetier;, SUtiotfrj, etc.
Mill alreet. trslrr-t-rary Bull.line, teatlle, W. T.
iioie »ceat» for tike FVr de M«trtd Key We*t < ear..
BOOTH 6 BRISCOE,
Abstracts of Land Titles,
Ha** lix nUnc iu<l n<»t r*Uabl» art oI abacrwt Book, & tkc nasty.
Itnnn a mm* «. ]
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS CO.
Foundry, IKachine and Boiler Shops,
Corner Second, Jackson and Third streets, Seattle.
3R h H !
XT PAYS TO TRACE WITH
O. W. Lynch &t Co.,
117 Commercial Street, Seattle,
- fcU O—»««*« n»> of fwr»jl«T». CmlS
PETERSON BROS.,
U ) uri» r, tH ><ator» la
GHOCKBIKS and PROVISIONS.
Laxrf Mo-'k. Us««t Ira**. Oeiief* ra*Ji aoiJeHwd.
Ag*mUtlt *. Mt**rTt Crummy mrnt—r. 11l mm MnM hiW»
BEATTLE, WABRHQTOX TEMRITOBT, TUESDAY, JULY 17. 1888.
FOR FREE WOOL
LIE Mills BUI taws AH
«tkr Sapid.
WOOTB unuw MARBRUBTB
B—l Vast Pnt WM! ftm
rarty Tfc* Tiba«i ■ Tax N«a
iWaovnraov, Jnlj H-Oa ■■Mabitng
today the hocsne west into ooauaittee at
' the whole tm the tariff bill, the woolen
schedule being peodine E. a TayW*. of
• Ohi*. ia th* #e bed ale. argued that
; the pmm ute of the hUI would not benefit
1 the rotwoßo of worn. It would nut re
: dure the prtce of wool ia tki* w»«ry af.ee
tt had been in operation mftde&'Jr m ojc
jto de«t?w* tbe hone loduftrr To be rare
i the placing of weoi on the free Hot would
i reduce the reveoue about hot
: that "(mid he accomplished a* weo w:th
[ out hijurina aa industry hy taking that
amount of gold aadrflt» from the trea*ur>
j and ninkJng it ia the fMpaar river.
. The paa»age of i hi* WU woakt
} destroy the main raisin* industry of
f the roc a try. !t net destroy that of
!< oiHornia or of Tcxaa. but it would aUe
laiely deotroy that of Pennsylvania. <>hk>,
Weot \'incmia aad the Northwestern «tate*.
Wool had t**-n pla«cd on the free H»t
si»ply because the prrMde;a
mended ft. aad the president knew no
more why
cn«'» Fat Bof kiiew why be went to *k**p.
; nor m> much.
At thi» point a of Miil* to %<»te ;
lon the free wool c!anoc: as i o'clock was ia ;
aad adopted.
Adam* of !i!?nt>;* «;>oke in fa cor of rhaag
ixm to January 1, is**, the time wh«n the
free vuul *ehedule «l>ould go into eflfipet.
Alien of Masaacha-** tt* aen? to the rlerk # i
denk and bad read a letter from Mr. Whit
man, preoideat of the National Association
l i*i Www Manufacturer*. «a>ing tbe a»*wcia
tioa ia oppawd u* the Ktuo\m.l of the duty
on foreign woo!. Tin- preneut wuceewi of ;
I the woo! mannfa« taring iadu»try. *aid
Hrt iwan* letter, s <k-i<ii*sttt - a tb*-
growth in thU cocarry of their iirlxlffil j
raw material.
Jackson of Pennsylvania bore testimony
that the wwl manufacturer* of
pbia were ane«>mptvmi*iugiy oppoaed to
free wool.
Ke> * of lowa calletl attention to the facf
that the rcfucthm of the duty on wool in !
I£KJ had resulted in aa increase of revenue '
to the extent of f U.QOMDU and he therefore f
favored a return to the tariff of l!« 7.
Anderson of lowa said that the «elf
oon«titute«l ehamptons ef American labor,
bjr declaring that the Ml! was an aasault j
upftn American were presenting
a false isnue to tbe country.
Williams of Ohio pr*rtc«ted against the j
reck low disregard of the iuterest* of the
farmers of Ohio and of the great North- .
wcat, of Texas and the broad prairie* of .
Southwest. In placing wool on the free list.
Keiley of Pennsylvania arose and with
eousideiaUe warmth repelled with equal j
personality the attack made upon him i
Saturday by Scott
After a brief argument by Brvekcnridg*- f
in favor of free wool, Wtlkina of Ohio
moved to strike wool from tbe free list.
Butlerworth of Ohio asked to effect an
arrangement by which an aye and nay
vote might be taken, but Mill* declined to
comply. Tellers were then ordered, and
Wilkins's motion was defeated by 110 to 1J&.
The announcement was received with
cheers on the i>emocrati<- side. t*»wden of i
IVnitsylvania aud Wilkins and Foran of
Ohio werv tbe only Ik'tnocrats voting in
the affirmative, while Anderson of lowa
voted In the negative.
Mills offered an amendment striking out
ii*e imposing a duty of 3G percent."
ed valorem on carpet* and * arreting*, aud
tbe cijuuc imposing a duty of six cents p««r
yard on hemp druggets. haekiug>.
mat*, rags* screens, cover*,
«ide« < , w«<»l. flax, cotton or parts
of other materials.
4x»d*e of Maa*et uU»*?Ua offend aa
amendment imposing a duly of 10 cents
per square f*#it on cocoa mat*, arid V* cents
per square yard on cocoa matting. Lost,
Bfi tof*.
Mills's a*ncudment was agreed to.
ik«otbman «»f Ohio then ( ailed up hfa \
amendment offered some days ago restor
ing the wool tariff of i>(67, and it was re- i
jecTed, 1 # to
On motion of Mflls tbe date on whk'b
the free wool clause *hal! go into effect
wa* filed a; October I, I*s», and the dat«?
the takinx effect of tbe woolen
scheduk was fixed at January i, W. This
di»po»ed of wooien schedule.
l>iuglfy of Maine moved to strike out
the paragraph fixing a duty of 12 per cent,
ou printing paper. l ost.
Mills moved that the paragraph con«*ern
tug card-cloth be a<« to In
crease the duty from V> to iO per cent, per f
spaare ff?*4. and In coac »»f such cloth
made ol tempered steel wire, from 3Sto
«»centa per *f«nare f*x>t. Ad«>t»ted.
i»ther amt ndmeut* offered by Miilsand
adopted w*-n- striking out the India rubber
fabric » aragraph; fixing the duty ou ka«liu
at iil teals per t*«n for crude, aud 9.' for
Chiua clay or wrought kaolin, and plaeirg
the duty «*n rough marble, in bloc ks and
squared, at 40 cents per cubic foot.
This completed consideration of the
essentially tariff feature* ot the bill, except
I arographs s- h*> •
raurd over inforrowUy, and the adlmim*
trative f«ortloa of the measure was taken
up.
Htn-hanan of New York offered an
amendment providing that «*• r«*od*. the
product in whole or in material i-art of
coovlet lalor, shall be imported for tbe '
purpose of *«le or trade. Kejected.
Oa motion an anxudmcnt wa« adopted,
exrladfng fr»»m the Won of the section
wbieh provide* that ad valorem dutic*
shall include the va!ae ef cartona. ca«es
and la>xe» in which merchandi«e i« im
p»»rte*l. surh boxe*, sarka <»r coverings
sorb as are t»ece**arj* cove ring* for ma
chiocry.
thk mmu ttnxiK T»ir>
(m motion of Milfe an amendment wa«
adoptwfi fiain*«k't«»ber lat. is»*. aa the day
upon whk-h the repeal of taxes ou manii
fact ured chewing tobacco, tntoking to
bac<-«» and snuff *ball go into eflfe*e?.
Wi*cof Virwttiia. moved to inehide The t
rep«»al taxes on cigars, ehere«»t* ami cigar
ettea
Johhamu of North 1 arolina. moved to
amend Wise's rof4i<>n by providing rv
pea! of a-' internal tax««s on spirit* distilk-d
rr«un graiu or fruit of any kind. Loot. T, to
135. W hen the vole waa announeed. John-
« v n a»ked. in an
which is«*H wn<"h laorhtrr ' What ba«
be*ome< f thr Republican party" I ttaHurht
:t w a« going to vow with me."
Yo*t of li>xii«i«()a. oflVred an amert«i
mi -»s similar iu cAct to that i»f Wis»-. Re
jeete«L 04 u» Kx
Sow den of reua*yl%a{]ia. offered an
antendment the tax on spirits
distilled from apples, peaehes and «*her
fruit*. IVndtng a vote the o>»mitfw
r»«se and the boom ad> urtu>l The v«<e
on the Wise amendment will proiabiy be
taken tbe f«rst thing ti^m^jerow.
THK FAWNING BA VAKU
I CHamllrr Ap*ak« Tr
(satljr «n the Fisheries Treaty.
Wa«l!ktsv, July !«.—la th* 1 seuate th**
h«M9»e >Wat w»>?xU«»o electing r<rf. Harris
of Ohm. Oen. Martin of Kaunas aad iiea.
Ilartraaft «»f Penw«*ivansa ma->a<pen* of
the national srddiers bo«ae to fill varan
He*, was reported froaa tbe tommittee and
wanoed
The bill y nao lor the
sarpxir of err*ring a m*mawo-at to (#c»
Roger* flark In the efty of U*wi«vi!3e wa*
reported. a»l after d-hwtr (awe 4.
The senate then went int<» open exeew t
live *ras on 00 tbe fisheries hftl. and was
a<)drvacd by PWgh ia fa vor of Its rutifica
Hon
I! wa« manifest, wud htfk, that the Ke
puUiean majority was wilfullv violating
f & f tw»«tutk*nal aod sworn dwty and ftae
ing the *ena?e bef<we the fvwiutry Iu a di.-*
reputable atiitwde f»*r no ether purpoe
than a polltieal and partiaan coa
s*derntk«o How oojid sweh a forty Kb
tmst'-d with the ctKodt of pcdltieal power*
Tt>e hofw of Entba i. and Scotland
would *«®pr i*» io)«sry nor dreive anv \* n
efit f*>a» anythlaa ia thetremy. so that the
Irt*h ViVrn. for whom the f n 111 liriw •
fikhitrft. «mM find not bin* j n th« re-
n of the trewty thai would u**ti/y mr
punish Kag.'and bad aofhiag
toww. bn-*everythtoqf togain, by tmerican
amhrti» w i:h €anada
parole of (Vumda are imturalW
frteiei* of the people of the Taited
aad rsw'd he n;ade so !a prartice by r»*ta
mrrcsal tn6crew«s?se. **> i» weuU l he tfce hrst
i»*;ieT of the T nito.f states to J* liberal,
k uirat aad forbearing with that aefccfeloc
la* people.
T&e r>,*ai» v n k>r the muuMftSoa «o the
treaty, he wa* m the
aeries, wfeseh -ft feared wnoM give P*t
ma.raei to '"amaiiaa fisfcerawro.
Had it not bee-n lar the ®ejian*-e free
fiah femmi in the arthla no oat ;
hurst if laoHgnatiosr against oseedlcea s-i«t
s«rrendec« made :a the prodSeg treaty
he eu^oeeC
!w e«ftrimm, he aaid the preskJent had
dio'harped hts caty with due rwew la the
richta of imncan s-;sermea, and fere .
from oaf s*ftt«aa ro**fcfe>rt&*a. U was *
tor the peepor t* decide aWthtr the prem-
i to a*
kowxaUc to the ntßas. I ta»«rr pantos
' &s£ysr,£ s^a^ias^
•fcfafc. I» «M. lUM tte kn»Mnu
Sn« Mm is the kM«n «f Ux
M*Jrt to Bb4 a «. h> wii thru
*»• rtOt Aorrtrao slnVa air Mr
te* K»g(l. tfc»T *M arat b* »ll Uh
&"*» *• peiftifßl ar*»*!*tk<o* < fcaadlrt
dfrJwrt that ;.*Vi rtoMA <tUM
j hm uiin to Mf«*ia>e ■ wwty ra a]
jtiw «*»••* otreoerdin* all Uw Awnfa-aa
On™».-nt elaiiatd. kat Iras lb* Tacit*
■ad aasirtj oi Bayard to be kaoarn a
ac«u(ial><r •* Ibf ■ Bayanl < Sjaaiberiaia
«w (toll* w> the rtirtita ol
Aawriraa fatWßaea aad tb* national
h»a« wmm mmvmt. aad Chaaahrrlxra
wuMrals aad UFtrtcMj ofeutard aa
«a«T rirtflCT. h«t tfew mart t* In ror
nwM aaoev than the (aattruxl
'*T a* Bayard, aad II wa* '.mjaaaibte k> rr
«t« rht mwwitutua that a ootateoatiun had
beea fortacd brtawo the indm ol th»
IVrnw rattr aarry to doom tin- laimtts
of \>* Enfiaad hhetmn asd to break
Asaa the Americaa tanir cratets TVw
iajariuas iMuiu «c American intrmts
the ctnahi wd fc.rrea of Enaliafc Jit*
traders aad *<wxt*>rru Deawnit ought to
be met on the threshold fry the rejcrtMa «)
thfa palpable treaty
He declared the Mcnme dnrtrise ha.!
b«*a f.-emails aod <WBtwnM]r alawhwH
by the prwjt a*aiala«ra;toß Tt» the
<sKh the Panama naaal »a» beta* «•»
straeted aad a tthia a few years thf uth
) mm of ftmnn aas Ukely to tK-ena*. a
■ Freerh coluav. a I,He the admttiSMratt>>s
I *a» "piawuK and defrmfiac [#t>
! canal ix heaie To the aorfh the IVwaloiw
«>f.t ana4a aa> rtvitrtae Knioger and «<.rr
pnaerfal than hail tirr heea I 'n am. «t cl.
■ .She hoidiy tcUia the rraawj»Tta'.t.-»
latere*!* <>( the tatted Mat if. «a> frmu*
her way iato the Anenna market. «a»
j iwrpettaein* osiTrairis on A laeri ,-ati 4»herr
*ewt». aad was fnreitw the failed ptatrV
to treat m equal aad term*
fmUed < leveland submitted t» aU ties
i in hit la*t auaua) message.
tbrwu?b an ansaxiag toleelam. bad emitted
I refeetnr* to any qaesttloa of toreijre «r
domestic polity exf¥|»t "uv. and that one
> rontrrew to join hitu fa hi« alliance
• atth tin-at Eritiar; to nrlt# .i.itro tbe
Anteriean tariff «>rtem- H"» ioa* «a<
I*oteetjoa of American inirrrft# at h"me
aad the df fettn' i'f the aatiooal bor«ir to
be eatra«ted to haudu !lkt Ih.*.
Telier wMained the B«»r aad the treaty
went orer UI11» morrow.
Tbe secate Mil (or aiijoMmcut of ac
'riuntf of laborrnt. workmen and merban
it» an*inv under the etcht honr la» was
tbeu taken u;i aiui try Blair
Without artiuo the .\eaate went iato
c«*«t3Te anakui aad «*a«j adjoitrued.
THK DYNAMITKKS.
Aboadaaee of Stage's Cvldenee
tireat Interest in the Trial.
t'liniii. Jwlv IK.—The »ea»atu>nal de
yelopmeuti in the trial of the dynamiters
and the hope of more startling dix !«sar*».
ttroiuht a large crowd toda> to Judge
<ire»iiam'» court n«n. where the enmmia
•iomw in heariag the eyidear*. Aiex.
-rnftli, u( Aurora, a Bruiberhood engineer
• who turti.il informer, waa the flrtt a irm «
! eailol. He uoh*aitatiag!y confirmed tbe
ontltne of the caac a* giteii the tirat day
; of the trial by the district attorney for the
- prr«*< tttion In the afternwm Smith was ,
«üb»«etcd to a of great
length by defendant*' roun«el. They
failed to get him to contradict himself, buit
did establish the fact that he kuew noth
ing about the dynamite found on the train
: When Broderti k. Bowles aad Wilson Wert
arrested.
The rrnaa-examiuatioii of Smith was fln
ished and adjournment taken until to
morrow.
CHAIRMAN UOGE BLISTERS.
A Conference Between the Brother
bowl Md Burlington.
Chk ago, July M.—A eonfmim whs
held this aitertiitiiu at the office of the Bur
lingtou f*«ad, at vbli h the road viw repre
sented by President Per kin*. Vice President
I>ca*ly aad tk-neral Manager Stone, and
AttorMfi Dexter and J. W. Itly; the Broth
erhood by Chief Arthur of the locomotive
: Engineer*, Chief Sargent of the Locomo
tive Firemen and Alexander Sullivan,
their counsel. The arrival of Arthur and
Sacjcent in Chicag«> had been kepi secret
until the conference tn-day. Caairmau
Hoge and Murphy were also pmr&L The
officials <>f the two lirotberhuods amred
the railn>ad nea that thwy had nu sympa
thy with dynamiter". At the conference
the strike and the situation a* It affected
the pubtfe and the parties to this «truggle
was disrnsacAl. All ajf«d thht it would
be well if the strike could be ended.
Pttrfdrtif Perkins wa* seen after the con
i fiBRBM and *aid that nothing was definite
ly settled. Neither Mr. Arthur or Mr. Sir
fent could be found after Mttfemre.
oucfcing the meeting Chairman Hure said
to an Associated Prests representative
"Propositions were * h but i tied oy Udh sides
to the matroTmjr looking toward a settle
incut of the strike. What these proooai
lion* were f am not at liberty to state.
They have not taken tangible form, and
will not until another rofttuvacc is held,
which will be in a few davi "
Mr liege then showed the reporter a
telegram which was sent trim I»a>coport
to W F. ••ould, aud which reads** follow*
• Owing to certain events the men at this
point decide that we had better adopt ex
tnrtn- nit-as urea. * 'This is only one out <»f
many telegrams of a similar nature." *ai.J
the chairman, "which have reached here
today. Tht# one i* addre«*ed to Chair
; man t»onld, of the ilock island grievance
< ommittee. fad »how* which way the
Hind is blowing/* He ai*> said that a
gtncral meeting of the * hairmcn of the
grievance committees of marly every line
running Mt t»/ Chirago would be helu here
this week, at which action will betaken
on thf wh«»)f»a!t arre**« and proaccu'ioos
whh-h have orewtvd In Chicago during
tbepast 10 days
"what does the writer of the dispatch
mean when ha speaks of extreme mca«
ures**" a a* then asked.
"That remains to be seen. It may mean
a strike on the road represented* or it mav
mean « boycott on the Burlington, which
would eventually terminate in a *trik>-
The m«*eUtir will decide that question."
"Be *ou think there will U- a striker'
"Writ the men on the trrand Trunk
Ruck Island aud the Northwestern. amonsc
others. are very *ore over tb«*w arre«ts, and
will certainly speak in no nudcrtone when
the time UMMNk They don't believe in
dynamite, neither do they belie*e in perse
cutions."
"Will this meeting have the p>vtt to
declare a strike without the sanction oi
| Chief Arthur""
"Ya, sir. and they will do it if nec**«
nary The support of Arthur is only fat
i its moral and financial effect. If any of
the sy-n ms rv>uc!u»ir to >ur;ke and Arthur
refuses to sanction the rw>Tr, we recei\*
no support from the brotherhood. *»» it at
the *ame time the ebairman of any system
«-andeclare a strike <*n that system prrv
vided the Ijrwthwlwwd there h
de*irou»."
Murdered Ky a Nnkaa Boy.
TOU, A. T .Jttly V—Pedro Vanes, a Mex
ican hor aged about lA. waa to-day arresteii
at the Paymaster mlw, »n suspicion ol
killing <»eo. .Stevenson at »*iami%ye-.terda>
Fifty Ire dollars in gold dust and W» ca*?i
taken bv him from Wevcnson was reeov
end. He claims a revolver exploded afei
dently while he was loading it at srteven
rt-tj»ies: ~ . he said
eas"- eith« *
•hot himself Steveaao® »as postmnMT,
Well* Vargo agent, operator and statbw
agent at He personally drove the
stage t>» the Pay master, but in the ataatsee
ofhisfamiiv had engaged Yam* to drive
for four day - pr«*% kxtsly R«>M»ery was the
supposed ob}ec». ffeTenaaa wa« sh«>»
Thrr-4jgh the hiwrt aud a lolnwlan ta<
ioond it the l«ek of thf nerk It ii
thought he was killed while in ted
Republican Kaeeatlse Committee
Mestiag.
Ns* Tons, inly Hk—The Satieas) He
pubiiean t xeeuti*e commitiee met t<vday
axvl ocean by electing t/nay chairman
and J »!'«t* Faweert at* salary. The prin
eipal subjer-t di«en>wed was the neleetlon of
Permanent headquarters f»»r the commit
5 tee. Another sesatou will be held to-mor
A Bsrgisr «h«t
Nrw Yttt. July U —Heary Hnhener. a
grocer, was awakened at .* o'clock this
moraine by » »«* tn ht* aaw. in the rear
of which he sleep* With revolver in hand
he entered the store and was met by a ccan
whu -*dered him to go hack. Hnbeuee
fired and the man «hrieked aad fea Two
i*tbeo ran into the stoce and bore «f their
mjjmsnson. but were pursued bf a police
tnan «h> heard the sand *hrt< k They
dropped their comrade and The
borglar wa» taken to fteQerur hospital
where he *as found to Ssr
wounded. Hnhener was amsted hut waa
disr barged in Tsrkdflr psdiee court.
Favorable Weather fee fraps.
W July li—The signa? arreiee
baShettn •ay* Report# from the corn
aad wheat state* of the central valleys of
the Nortfcwest iniicate that the weather
<fur.ttg the past week ban been iansrui;*e
?.*r groa tag erwfa. rem. pdiiiia
gra*»v whi-rh Mare
gt-oerai«y isspeoved hy the recent rai' s
fewi Kentneiy and Tcnnes* tn
disease that the weather of t>.« past weeli
hsa impswvnd the t *r?d
as 4 asapie <S«pi la the
»:ates have been very asav h improved.
Hvdr«fhf»aia After Flee Trsrs.
Jttly h». t:aa»erc«
was tsrwtghs hcane f-<sm a haat.-ngtrtp iaat
sights tavaag become aick and #>n»Btino<
at l:-4r He was Tied
and guarded to prevent sjaJrase. as hi.*
?: Afdfesaa are Icarfu, at Oms Uis stated
; inat ft« s»« hßleu bf a terrier S*e yean
[gmn. Hgifritm and friend* f&mvKJta
1 tbt ate <mc of hyd«opho6^
THE TEACHERS.
Pwpa Fins for thr «rwit
CfliTrttWß.
* 810 B**ll TM >\A>IVT.
I
■"» f'Mfa hi aaa rraarl.. .
Tb4a>. aad TWa the Wlmh
■•••-'•■ d"*" ttoiys aad Era
dlte DiwsHlsa*.
j Sas ruMat., Jnij Ik—At ?«t»nlay
afbrraoou • amua ed tbe cational CMsaeii
of the Sattoaal Educational A-sx-iatW
Prof rafrebtM. of kaasas wa>] a paper
«a agricultural arhoola. their methods aad
, re^airetnena
Jfctaday waa a day of rest tec the i Mtcn
The utw drkgattoa arrived dartag the
areoin pa tiled by parties from
Virginia, ladiaaa, Xehtaska. l"tah and
Nevada The weather wu earn and
ssaitry, the th«n aniline!*-r marking IB de
gl*T».
treaty teacher, arri, ed from the north
,o® tbe Oregon steamer tu-day tKerland
trains bcoaght d. legatiotis from Brrwklya.
Ohio and ». Iyw» A large party ,vf
teachers fn.ta Kansas wiii arrive this even
ias. and th- New Ir.glaud delega;k« to
morrow Seeretarr lanileliL of the X»-
t»oeal Associatton, estimates
that these are now penwaw from E»«t
*m points m that City Tbe national ed«
| .ationai efsaoetl met this m«nl»g aad
U> *y «Mn« hj the la«ii*a U*fT,
g ihv mixAuvt pieiti ,
of latiijUk W »rsrrt3.
A uKASU rO*<*«tT.
A *r*ts»l peWk («nifrt *>f thf N*tk>»*i
pJyi a ; s . t -il kmtfriAUnu
wtffc «i» tnihK*i**nt
f udictK* tuhy IBBQperma* wrrv
Not 9tM tiw G. A. R. WM*t hrr* l*% ««rh «
WNrtrmimj* rtit«rt*iata«<!>t bvtm
tftrm 10 thl> ntv Tiw chortt* of «<2
*** » n triiaiiMc. mtd vxery cum ;
net on Ae |*fv«rnimm.- »t, can*? f
ilm?
1 Rkhanb rr»4 tbe ftfori «.f ih<
vO»mlttAf! no vlenwulmTy Wttkia, lbr
N.inf "HkH Ed«c«li< r» " Th»-
vhieh wrfivn by Cbmrm*a K.
E. wtate, c«f t n iht* common
of traiwin? cllMnn iu tkr 1 rimnrx
wpirtiwnli, aatl, out vbrrein it
«M4vT<itid to th<- vraromiMir *of wipiU
witli «uU itaf»mr(ir«l knowWc s -
thr j-«ik-y one not tvalf vf
tit* heiwAt. bnt to blunt ratfcer
tkM ihmrpca au>d tfcw lacaltkn of
chtMwrn Tbr writer **rru*i tL«t '.h*
!»u\iii <»uich: to be tbrovn morr »q hit
•w»urw§ iu ar ;uirUte and a«n j
attention p«»U to tbe tk-velojunesit of richt -
habit*, good aeuie. *ouud ju<)cmeu! % and }
lt» ywyw aj»rvji« at km
A pat«er on -The Hh*Uir» SkSe«f
Syrtem*/' by Fmf, Burke A. Huudoie.of
!he t nlversily of Ulehiiraß. wan read. The
cioae relation of the |»eopte to tbe »v*tem
waa considered, and a metb<*| t»f tehool
tjaard administration U%r lanre eitie* out- !
lined. The board chould be chiefly W{(
latlve, ami the delegate* be a fixed exeeu f
tire department in mo*t of it* tudielal
powew. i'olitlri in conuectior. nitb edxi
carion tra« rond^mne*!.
*ano*Al OOTMU KIJUTIOX.
The national eouneil of the National |
F.dueatk>nai A<mx-iati<-u ihi* ' ;
elected J. I. Pfckard. of lowa, president
for the cimiing year, and Mary E. Si« hol
•on. ©f Indiana, eeeretery and treasurer .
John !»wen. of California, was appointed
to fill a *ae*m y in the council in the term
which expire* in I**), and Ira U. Hoitt. of
< aUfi»rnia, to fill a vacancj iti the term ex
piring :r» Ml The council then
nubieet to the «lcci*ion of the National 1
Kdueationa) A***'iatkm tonventioii.
which will rt.l th»* time aud for it*
next a naval meeting.
CONVICT LABOR
Opposition of the Frlaow Association
to the O'Neill Bill.
HO*TO*, July 16 —Tee annual meeting *>f
the National AworMko began
j urday A reoepdaa iu honor of ex I'rc-i
dent Ha>es. president «;f the MMfllflon.
wa* held from 4to§p. m. at the Trem
Bouse. At the evening session UfVt. Got
ImllH welcomed the aasoclatkni ! . bo
; lialf of tike Mate. Gen. Hayea then dell%cr
: ed the i residential address.
On -undsy the mocUitlm attended the
, morning aervice at Trinity ebureb. I»r
I'hlllipi Rro-.k* prea* hlng from the text,
j *•! was in prison and ye come unto m*
| J L. Milligan of IVnnsy I. ania spoke at the
> i "oncor«l reformatory in tbe aftern«*>u In
; theeveniur J. P. Phillips of Rhode Island,
Oscar MeCulloeh of Ircfaud and A. O. It yen.
<»f Ohk» s|<oke briefly at tbe People's
! church, and W. T. Ball of Coaeotd reform
; atorv. R. Itrinkerhoff. Myron W Heed of
! Colorado and J. L. Milligan, at the Frst
Bapti«t eh arch.
A change »»f pr«<ramme was made to
-.day. in order to diseum the u'Nelll hill,
word bating been received that it would
come up in Congress Wednesday. A paper
oa the labor question was presented by
! Cha*. K. Felt*'n of Chicago He said If
hostile fjegieiatiou toulma labor eontin
n*-* all the prisoner* fu the eonntry w ill
j *oon lar idle. The power of the labor agita
! (ton Is sreat. The) ek*ct mem tier* of city
' and state government* in their Interval,
hold ocvrtt meeting*, are well organ
ued. Publicotftfiais. la»tb elected aud ap
to carrv favor with these organixa
I tion*. and evvn lalmr bureau*, are "pwn to
the chanreof to them, hoi labor
must ultimately be a chief factor in the
i reformation of priM»na.
Felted *k»-tched the history nf the O'Neill
read ft H ca < ■ • •• • -•
i aveoanted to as a reason for the
bill, saying they were eagerly magnified in
the latere** of labor. He read tbe minority
report aca.'nat the tall, charging thai «U
real purpose was to destroy all prison
5 labor He gave an ana!v*is of statl-tics
«howing Im>w only 13 |a'r eent. of tb*-
amount sakl to k by priaoe lalior
was really produced, and that *7 per cent
? was for raw material, free labor and akUsed
•upcrvision. He argued that the method
proponed by the bill w<«M notproteet
•afx>r. and that it was wr*me t" loek np
prfaoaem in idleuea* The destruction of
the labi>r system would prevent the oppor
tanity of earning a release by pod eon
duct. Th** pr«>p»s*ed hill is not in tbe In
tere*t «-f h<>ne*f r»risi*u re
? form «»r rood gwveriimeat.
F.X Miv. HutWk of CJe»>rgla said the
t O'Neill Mil would romoel the abandon
ment the whoJe •yatrm of leasing e«»n
vict* in vogue in the rioaffe. He pr»>lictcd
that tbe Southern member* of eimpim
! would vote oeaiov the hill when they saw
;t nould the support of the pris
oners in idleness
r«mrr t saos R«iu>asr.t»
Pmf. Way land of New Haven i«fiVred the
folkvwin« rcsaiation "Reaolved. That la
the Judgment of thi* -fatkm the pro
durtive prlwm ia>*«r is an indt*penaile fae
-nr in the work of priouo reform, ami that
any srheme whkh has a tendency to per
mtt «r wr.mn» the idleness of prisoner*
will In met irreparable in|nry an the pris^
• ♦oer*. thr- workinrman ami ?h«e •^ate,"
Bstird of Virginia *akl that the o Nril Uil
two ro<Ms*tro»* prof»->*ltkm*
that « <m>k-;s. comp*rlledtol|«e in idiene>*.
shall physical and moral wreek*.
ami ibat the p»»w pr*»ple of the rowatry
who pay ra*«rt of the tavea «ha!l »us*port all
convicts la KMaeaa
K Ranekw->ekway, of the New York
State R«-formal<»ey, said that ia no couutr*
was let labor m<we than a small part
of I per eent «f free lai*»r The Tares WJI
«»f New York ami the «»"Nelll WU la eon
gre*» are examples of kTftslativ - teaderM y
to dis»>riminatc in favor «»f a class at the
*xp»-m»r of "thers Br**rk«av * proportion
wa* to hr>M a «-»mfcrenrr tk s fall, nrpre
sent:»c ail the slate* If posssibie !o
rcmsiikt the pri«on b*hor
Broekaa* we«eote»i a rnvdntlon. which
wa* S'k»p?e>d, pnoridlng that the execuaTe
committee «f the saooasift confer with
tbe rovenaoca of stale* throwghout the
t'akm.
NKW HOTEL AT BLLKMWBt'fttt.
TbeAaiaits Biisr Nteaawr- Kketlsa
-«sa4t)r Lav.
fllflSfl. Jnly » —The »t*amer < 'lty
ElkTwbarr has «mcesafnll) paeo>*l bp
«w> er Priest raptfls. and at last reports »a»
at the kwa of R<«ek Uiand rapids, and wiH
pndmhiy have no trnoide in
rapid*.
At a - r of
the Pare. J T. \rm*£eosgr wa-* eiee-ted bv a
aa> *rii* of r
Ta*- *?j»da> law was tut not e»forr- d
hore i**t astn<*.«y
A laadi fßid sf project here al
present s« a MUMia kitei a» he
fmiH fey a ««t eowfaary. Tb?r*« th-as
ss.'r'l dollars nf llw e»ek it i* said,
iTngitj beea hy Mtt mlm<R <ritt
£<-ja«. It is m>w (jciaefffcr*jd a certaiat*
Mr*- Paimr*. * ( *#ii«u s< Mf i>ere g'iv;-ag
• awmher of >ater-**zi':S see
tcres.
•BINKtP" KEIXr CONK.
Kryartol Ikewsisf of Portland**
t.reai '^haaghakr-**
P«»an.*.afc, ialy 16-—lt « reported here
r,. o*ght ism the ' h jako Ke?iy
was druo ued lo4»/ aader the follow in#
c;»r«»sta»c*a .-horwlv after the arrival us
, this pert ol th* tart Cttty a*eof fcer J*#.*
t : u*«e miioft ihuertaod, h«i ww mmm cw^-
asata mrapMt. aad «*» -r«mrvl n> oCeml
for lbfC r»tara to u* narl
WSfJ- B am Ifwwd tkn <r*t* h>-
ry4 an tfcc Wad al -saat*. nOaad.
aim aSraMw tlw.-tR. aa>d aWniand
•a raj«*w ilm
*«»*«. tbrv top* t» «»■<• w nlr*. bat fi* aa
«HMrd tnttar-r |Ua>ujivd tm *rut
t*nm Hr raacfet tor. tkn a *u«V r»-
»t dana* whirk Krßj •» donrard
«« SSMtM W IKE.
- a Ww.rt *r «mm r» i> tk,
Itlaee tanwaM fcjr n»wt *ava
| «e»-
> L.J«Jr *-n« Mioo'i «*i»
! ' aafled tbia »fvror» a tew skern*
► •«%*• tk* white pepaiatioa at
llawttes Xnrij lb* wt*«V inn nt oat
' WW the axMiera depart. The atrauner
Hwavwiu no. tonight with wpfilr. ul
Ulß]B£t.'Ut<n
■n»e *»taj >Y< affair*.-a tb» *keeoa mat
V iearna-d treaa the Ksilowtw narratu*
U* year an tndiaa .Mini Kit Won Cool
B«rf»Wt « ilidlao doctor at the
, forka of tbe 'kw2« A [-■», .if aperlali
Hwr M* Waabbwrar waa teat f-ua Vie
torfa to arm* the mardenr «)m the*
» am«ed »: Haariioe. » mile* fr>.m the
r tt »*» di«xirec«S tbat Jim bad
I gone to the u»>ußtaJ». to rlade the otßcera.
The t«m <««m4 of Waahbarae. lawtag,
«W» f»*« Ttwy mar
«l at Haarltoo awl a waited the -vlaru
j tfce manjenr KaiHy ta J war tbe party n
i mvt«l ir.fc>roaiK a that Jim wa* atapW.
I i* 1 ;" 1 **«*er. aboat |» raltn below the
I L J** ■^ mu * of Jaae l» an 1b
dtaa brought the aca* thai Jim «a» ta a
IKHW at Kitaagar Knr'j ia tbr taaraia*
: three at tb* party waiked dh-nn to the
i wMeb waa arretted M about 2# la
, dlaa*. Jita v uuouf ttr t'.unlwr au4
. waa < ailed on to nr. odaf Mr made a
J! fc* ihe door aad ran toward* she
baaft. Hotabeg :tred a rev\>iirf <n« Jim's
bead, after ca'hn* on hJw to mifrrmtcr.
MittititUlrMuiL (irwo thr a a
Winrlwatrr rifte an 4 #tv»l. Mrlktoc JUa la
the «»ballrt r«:« drat IbMtmh
hi* Iwdy Jim frll as»*l rxfttred Is * »bort
«ad Jxvfjnir tww to fee
mrr**- i t %h* trmrty »u botir *f\rr
the «bf«tK;u( «ii«! t*a«W Uiv «iw to
an liMUq *b« *»
' Ui«rr H *«SiUtn»e It.* take hU
Ui a of «fdj ( B «*f
thir thtrmx* w*fc by Jim'* trirrnt* t.» im*
*arnr th* »h.tk p«rt>*. Ttw ilm-u
r»"tQriio«J to iiatfltitt. wh»-rr »rr »i
,KMeat brmoud lo hy In#
Ttey ti»v«* «»r*rtr«l banTi.vr,* of aw-:
at «w! t!MI r«u ft«M snjt f«»r a 1 «»o:h ,
»f W ImiUat »«j tr pft Tv.'ittHi fn»«n bom
itt|r the p;artv
] A HittHoa Bit f-orker who r*tn<- da«n I
} tb** rirw wilt* tjK* »i«w» h«4 :b»* trtmivmt .
tfcc whit** to th* Kx**Uty »h« r>
tb* »h»mnn* »Mk *rv Mr CtiflM
•n«i wife (ia rb*nrr **i *hv Bay
t\HHj«auy'« K«?\. Mr. F»«W» and wire
and Mr*. Haniiu an<t fa«iir. Tbcr ar»
rery awb tnxiiwcd oyrr tht* «4«te
•ffkir*. The Iu J:*tn <i> Ki«nd tbat <irvr»«
*bo*tUJ be ha.atK-»1 over to tbcaa «nd 11 .t«*'
to tbetn. If tbe twcUb rtfuiw to ar- \
vr*kv to demand* tbey tbn-otru to ;
Imrndowu the (m>ok« and lousier every ;
white TH>r*«*n in tbe K*ra2ity Ibdian
I«er» are MtU w«t in tbe mountain*, and * f
member «f tbHr men ar« »t work Ja ihe
Tbe Indian u are ru!U«)i
on tbetr warTion* to *\ rufr tb+' dratb «>f {
Jim. ?houM • rUiue f ak*' fvlaee. the Uvea ■
of alt will N- wrllrvi Tbe Indian* vill I
not allow another whin- pemm to come |
down tbe river, and unicua a !ar*v party 1
Woeeefl to Haseit«»o without a moment'*
delay, tbe malt will be tbe *>f '
! the fpcv Ul*. Tbe river ia not naviirabk* '
- for a man of war. Tbere are a creat mauy
tM«rtacea on the IMM M the stream. Tbo ]
1 Indian* are tbo ftt rrest on tbe and
are well armed.
Sheridan Keating Knalljp
rictuniay niifbt CoohrtoMy, tlrepinc well
: Sonday wn a g.»»*l day* llu bxifb wa»
not tronbleftome The following bulletin |
wo iw««ed to-dav "lieneral di l
»«rvt re*t well in tb»- early part of last n!«b\ }
havinx *llebt «a«trir diatorVan' * rt« *
l>a«ffed off, however, and aftr* mblniitbt be },
wa* mow ea*y. Ilt» ba» rested well t«>4*v. f
I *leepime
food and dljzerteil it well. Hi* pnW ha* ;
; been re«uiar all day lle«pi ration waa •!
nearly nominal, and temperature nearly *«•
Portland >«tr«.
P«.»RTtAim. Inly Trt.—Tbe live year obi ; |
daughter of W. F<»n«<elder. a krep- i
, er. fell into a tbn-p ce*a |w*»l on Fifth, and ]
j Stark street* tbU fvenini and wo te*rtied ]
j by a pa«»inje *aik»r. whoVt bimaelf *lown I <
wlthatvpe. air!» arm vi» br»k<*n. U
and she cad a xtff narr*m from
j death.
tlm b«ard the train cnreyißf member* 1
'"f tbe A. <>. I*. W . frmn Seattle a rote for 1
presidential r atxiitew was takt n rr«olUng , '
I Harrison <9. t 'btveiand 33.
V. H Adm!. W. E. spurrer, Frank Brook* !
and I> ito**. of battle, are in the dty.
ICsndall Improving.
fMWfOH. Jttly
Kanda'd a'ept well Saturday and
wa* «traofrr yesterday lie took more
uouci*bmeut and was albnred to ehew
*otoe benfand swallow tbe Jnice He wa*
rtfßltli mueb better this evening. Tbi# «,
wa* the be*t day he has bad aiuce the be f
of h-a iilnes#
ro.M>r>sn> msmtHKR. i'
DOMK9TIC.
A cowboy N»bU4 tbe tank of 1a J not*.
| Col., of f IMWO Saturday, audi
At a w**Bl Confederate rttiuton to Ijsx
ititfon count v, i*. <\, Manuel William* in
aif-d«f(Mr kUled twa lm*bera I
! Reedi.
tjiU" Saturday nlitht. at the rkn* of Om:
Newark, V J., ahootta* tournament, W
Mil ton Ftrow of ll«»lyokc, Via*- . vt«
crowned king «»f the theater*.
A colored traraj» W yeart old we* ahot
and killed iwar S. M., by
throe defwty »berllT«. while resisting ar
m*t. He I* beUfred lo lie the peraou ab<i
wrecked lh»* R«»rtb lawind frrirht train
near Wallarc reeeatly
A aef r« ravi«hr-r named llrnnnhrey* wa»
takrti mna A»bevllW. N C", Jail i*att>rday
t alcht and lywbed
At Cofcey island. 10 mile* from t'twin
rail. Sunday. *am«»*! YflVlg, arnmaat,
aareaM !oflo in a balooa and Uarted t*>
•Irwviid with a fararbnte He ffarll WO
fert bcf*»re the parachute opened and
landed in the.river. 95 U» thr U*t»m.
( but rt*e attain. Thru h« tangled
in the parachute, but was rtfu ord by boat
i I* «i
] Ten men In a yawl bat left theeactir
an»n arhooiKr iAnerbrt in < braapeake bay
i Sunday to *<• a«lK»re arid Latbr The t*.*t
rafaiKed and Frank Veaaax. 2», Wm
• Kmn, 10. and Joseph Iju*. », were
drowaed.
His prrawi wefe drow»nrd In the Arkan
v*» river arar Fort Hmitb. Ark , Saturday,
j while cr«wi»4n* on their retarn fnwn a
I dance.
f hairiaau Bamuin awl ' alrlo !» Brlrr.
of the Ttem«xrat*< natiooal'WiUßitti*, bad
[afUKlaj rtinfwn'r with i*reaid*rjt Cm ve
•a«d oo pditieal matter? f i««tw«an
w-titt ha# *le<-lined the r-bairta*u»hlp of the
national e*»*uti*c eumaittee.
An •»«* tcjttnd < «-ntral I'arifie train wan
mr«v ked .13 nrik*« w*-*t «»# H iiiwronrr a.
v» \?» U. at «layligbt Sfinday morning by a
tail The racine |'MW d over
tafrly. hat the fruit, and raited
rta!w fe«h eo*m. i aatoi*er> ' «r» were t«4ly
All the •***»«•?* left tba track,
hat no |aawii|>i na were bnrt etrrpt a tramp
wh»» Wan Jammed between two can
Fire ta -an Franei*** late Sanda f nitfht
destroyed P J. O'Brien A *oft » earrlaarr
lartofy mi ««>Wfn Gate avenue and a imali
at»er r«0
t'learla* boww T*»tal *rr»m ea
ehaar«a for week ended July 14,
XJ>. a decre«a «f I \*-r <"enl a* <■»»?«parrd
with week of Jaat year.
Final arranrementa are made for a pdae
; fl*bt, in i alifomla. f»<r the heavyweight
■ ehamfkaealUp "f tfce meld, be
i ween F«-ter Jm* k*a. of New s.uth WaH
•ud (joirte 'r»?dfrey.of JWaUn
rase« will the battle,
will be for a fmrm of 91380, aod to the
ioaer. with twootuare Ckrrea
Kit-hare M-Kir aliaa Frrderi* k Livork. aa
tlAr *u*\ •windrer. ba in lall In Sew York
Be made Wall «tccet l«ltW rletlm*
%a»oof the aamher auv «Wdd . Bart*n»r A
« annins. TiMkibvy ACo l>rrkec. IfoweU
A <*o.. Harvey Flak A i a, aad Wbtttenham
! 4k Col
Robert Garrett arrived In New York Hwa
day moruiut: fmta hi# Mr ar^ond the
worliwiaokinf firtter than in «e-tal y
i:* ' • '
up 'he aflUr* of hta late iandher, llarriami
imrntiy dmwned. and will aot
Ira re f»*r ffaHtWti f»c aeveval day*
At f o'clock iHaada/ fc*«amehar«
*ta and < haaabem • >cwelry
♦tow ia Bert**, were destroyed by
lire. Vr> m#ara?>^»
B«md Monday. W7U»: ac
rented. I JMfc
Vadlde «*f>f»!v ol rraio in the Cuited
«a? a /»'• II Wheat. r.2L<!*.<** !v»*he!*
eorw. <at«, xvmjm. rye,
rarVe^
Aaaertf e» FintMUlve Taetr league
baa a * the tl"*t prt» of #2T»O to H. C.
Ti*W. f»f Waeater, 0.. in the
»eaior»' cm*»teat fur th* iea< eaaejr
f*!ti **0o««e h"t»etifia. '
fta Graat Vvfta. af Txto
, aaa. % J . fcA. • t*T9 eoeejaaHee ta dot
do«K v Oi«»HSe «h> wftJk
. wimi'imT eatal£gmeaew>Be Aaaw^ecy.
||,.« UOMk fai pw*y«rt u< ijfcif- /ait
:
•a a Sew Ywt taottee W fee a
4'> '«rfc | aid tlae KV>oey ead
f vaa 4aßSn'£ja?T?e<l.
J. Sokamtaan. 22 y«am oid. waadrMtoed in
the -*a rtver *i HgTa re-ey. near
Modestfo. ye*Se»4ay a bile t«a?htnar in a
(Uastrrrx* flto-v
;
YOL. Xl?—\'n t jbL
TRAP FOR PARXELL
Re Wants to t'hallrng*. Bfc
Jmn.
"■ ' *
■* r*VT TRIHT TORI ItOXWk,
KagHak WMk
*• Afr»» to ik, , n L|
T*»j T*U aiß WM It la-Thi
r — ■, n
ik* flu »r "T piin i,,) n,j
nltlf.
I'M". J«h « -la ttn noDBMM t»
aiyM. frpjTin* to mtan '-* mulia
>nith. katlcr. trn.i aay my.
t j (VKiao iisa; ttw (ureraawat bad m«tTvd
► tram tb» tthnrtfnMrij any otomual.
■I caetna a bick b«>l iy«« m bi. Ln. «K<4(a
I j «• 'OatMeS ta !b*l» ts.ooeU ri»(» rut.aa
r : wftbwut tbe kuiiuiatinc.
!¥»««« aUr.l abctlw, iSr atnYtwrc**-
a i-ral *«.» act <-nanth«d ia s-a twin* tt*
f j laotkw or frarainn \hr MM ten twJ (n tit*
it f«ith •N»<'orai!} tbat tb« MSI
» <« 4ra»a »a.t tSwrr- hart ixwa no
v IX »o n>wa the mtvtmrT graafai.
* fanwil wish
t»c aed fur £♦.<• ok
a :a.ttii;n a Jti'i 1 -,*w ■ ■. ...t -'j n'rninn.
I, T! Mi ttl i. « >Hru|rw«t|
1 i*dtr. «a<t rrfaant to brf irrltawiii
* \ uJa<i*h>ft? ait(xi if , TO*. t . a
I fut fcav* t- Hiln*lat» tbr bill Uv tbv a f
javatnrut fj tbv ts.tawtaaiou troaM ba
, takru w.a!jht
I ! smith St wnoltL bot n*i4 If it WM
, »>•,)»». d h ruabi not he takes lie ea»-
, (aiaijr «cui ! aot U» uta* >4 tba
, b it*' at any Vmtth la <UaraaM«c M* ' -!
inea>Mrt» *
, IVn. il IM«a thr rt#bt h ipwraWc rrnt>*
j raaa >outbj rattu h< wt tbat w*> MT aot
! to tw altawcd drbatr on thr Mil, hnt letrnt
a<T»'t.s Hk« «brrp the ;ud(rt»-nt of « jar*
, ; of mitrhrn 1
, stattb rrpivrd oa«v mc«t> that <f tbmtww
tMoaition It «"tiM imlaMf b>a>trr a
In tac taken h. night, a tlx- far
I iwiite »eEiN*f« left tbe tiauaa t» cumnH.
Huur'l «aid att[«ide tbat th t>wttloa a*-
««wd bjr the pntraiwM km fnr»ler«Ue
»ud ntili-.rd vf He raaa «tamler e*mr
1 iKKßttilr Ituiif cf tbe blli Sa tire be «o«U
|<ern>lt It t«. j.nireed in tl>e h..n« Ike
, nMtfUa.Bt had offered Itlia naa altngad
rrtmical !*Kmx' a tribaoai of tbelr awn
, t rb.w»iU(t- >ml !l »<l n« rt«<;t h> debar Mai
fr«Rn icNatlrtK their laarttMui.
I After wMai|bt ?mlth tormaDjr mveed
tbat tbe boa«e fraitt the iStnMtuettaa«f
tbe bilk
r.rtn U oppoaed the motiuu. \ man
muninmti* pmpntitina bad uer«r bean
ntade t>v a mlawter ixtnpyias >aeb a wri
tioa. It tbe lettrr. an eenolor he 'Pw
: netl) ia not an hooorabie,' bat a >1 taboo
' orabte Metnbrr Parnell iimi an nm
wbj be obiiuWi tra« tbe (. remmeat and
aerei>i tbe bill a itbont kaoainc tbe Dataca
of tbe jar* of jedev* He Kited bj Matt*,
lie mt»uU not my to atxht whether ba ae
<-e|>ted or r. led It. If he dmH on exaaa
ination of the detal'm of the Mil that tkqr
fail to inaure a (air ta iaJrjr he ntil riaiw
bla right to enforce tfte (rifartil of tha
b«>uM- t fter further <VHat« <>n tbe
m<Aioa Mzutb'a hl'.l wait rr*.l tbe lint time.
Tin rorr t xvikl D I *«.
Hla Irl.h DMrtta W«|ii«l«< Pla
•at l.fartian ta Irelaad.
Otaua. J»!jr IS.-A papal enetrlbal letter
waa read to day In all the t'atboMf rhurebea
:i» the <Mee«ee of lMt>tin In it the pop*
-ar, be baa beard with regret tbat exrtte*
tne.-tinr« ha«r been bald at which iQcoo
-1 ,id« tate and danfenma opiakma In retara
to tite reeeut ;aj .1 deenf have been ut
tered. even the authority of tbe decree
, itaelf I'tnc un«|<ared. tie ha, aaea wHtl
t*ai't thr interpnrtalioa put "n the <Vrraa
and the statement* made Iha I It waa prr
;«red without miAeient tannlry featlac
preiloatl* been made The «imailjt
denjtnc thla aaaampthw. atalea thai rail
' deerew waa haaed wjam the mnat .-oaaptete "
Iclorntalioa. that previona to it* t»uane«
he held iDiervlea* with tbe Irifh Mihuja
.-n tbe »al j l>, aud aent a tried anal
trtwted deJejal# to Ireland to inquire into
the Hue condition of affair*. Ilia Uoliaeoa
rritrrate. bla alftrttrm for the Irinb people .
and aay* he baa alwa/a tbetn to heey
within the bounda of}u»tir-' aud right
He .-efen to hia rommatneaUon to fap
dinai Kn at* In l>t<l. adding "At the
people were ied on with CTaduallr laemM
liifr vehemence In the pnraelt of their de
tirea. and a, then were not a anting thoat
, wbodaily laaoed tbe tbe deexMß ; j]
beranvf a aeeenaity " The M-bopa, ha
«a<>. m.i*t remove all miarom-epUon *n4
! Jeavr co room for doubt aa to the h»re« of
the derrei The ayatera »if tbe t'iaa «t
•ampaign and hoyeotll* la eondemned aa
i unlawful
1 A letter from ArebbMvp Walah of ifflb
' lib. whlf h »ee«mt«nled the pofw a tetter,
waa aixj r, ad. The ar«hbiat;op aaya "The
agitation referred to ia Bow eadrd under*
rmotattoo recently adopted by the btafviM.
illotie ba, ariaen within the part few dav»
thai before the cloaeof the preaent
tariiamriit will t-rovide tot lb*- more ttf
■ *rnt aeeda €»f tbe ht'ur fur fa><iple way
await In peace foiler teginlatioß at Beat
aoaaten." •
1 The eneyciteal letter ia dated Jot* H U
j ratines lotMMI At PWjr -
the peopb' left the rbnrrb durla* Ita read
•of
London r.xllt-al Mrrllaf.
l-t>*r»»«, Jut* K. n»r Uxwand mkoi
w»mlW In II j<tr C«rt jrotfiTdat to tab*
action with pHfrew* (n the iaarimuMt
rtl IMUmi and tbr 'tralh of MantletUle.
Kr»o!allnn» wrfu a>lo|tt«-d pcotMliag
uaiurttbo rvurar o( t!»< ip>vtniwDtii
tb* raw of IHllon. and dcclaftux that tf»
ilratb of Man-It i It* wm <H to tha IB
trratmrnt br r«*lit«l abtle is prfatua.
TO ABOI.IAH IM CUOII.
that Hay Cmm of tb. riM|Ul-
RtmlMpr Karamlcr.
Jallr 11. rrrpprfl Intro.
dared a Mil in thr chamber of -It-putiaa ta
■l*l ibt-iublmc durll tur. and dvotaotfed nr
ffcm jr for (be mt-uur-- la thr r-miw at
bl« r- tna'li intnvtnrttif the boil the hUfcaa
refrTTfd i-nrtlrutarly l-ilkciwii! ffleosßfr.
« brtwwa n.«jtx-t aiul Bontaicvr "Iba
dt*mn«d fur argrney wan rt-JwrVd by tba
rbaitbrr
HOHTRWRAT RAILROAM*
Am *frM«it Xmr PwtlaM-MaA.
tag tl>* Walla Wall* Hmm4
IVari-Aau, July K ~r«ra on |t>e '.lArrf'W
rao*»: ruad at kavr landing attranw
mini dowa the India* by a rattle. While
th«- mail tar «« being let tou ua the
w« at aide fco*4av f able brufce. WE,
liiodg.ft end r- McMillan, Mtal r«»u*»
agent*, who were «m hoard, jum|««J aa4
«rf« badly hart. bnt not riengi Miaialj '
Tiaxrfhy Bodkin*. lo**i*rero?
ern Farihr railm«d, arrived hfi* today
frwo Mn CtoMrtWi
Twrmvflw Mint of Uw ( >reg<«n 4
irgton Territoftory mtlnwd have heta :
graded. seventeen m tie* of track i*jd«e«6
care a ill pr*>t»Abijr be running iftfta Hate "2
Walla Iff Jen nary >. a* tree* mi l* taw IM i
at the rate <d a mile day
free fur India.
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adnfrfrd > retail »e In l«w »rt«ii
»k>u •/! tbe "l»tr ..I *di>< aliu« j; logiia It
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u> mpmtm ta<l enlarge tat
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be j>n« uted fur by a HI b» » vi ui raltqr |
i )«w4 on natural reilgkm
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ia tfcrtr *j«tuki* He rtaManl txHh to tfea
be art Wib a kaite, ksntn* tw*» uMMUity.
Tiy r»o«p for tSr r1»« f> Uutt
Kei!; bad a «iW>' <t«arr» I w.'h r*« ol Ite
men the rieitin* ?*f"e Bn»U Vetif* wrm
l/arwd at mm un the W* <a«*
The Irel niaroirt.
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MHafartioa »a» j.sara» T» »* Ow Weal
em Jn« MaMM Aai«>-ia.*i-iß.r»u«t>4
in certain mubaf «fcr»Jfls tfce workoiea'a
ae*lc, WA» ««waftraa»i to ' ■ try fib* HNM* j
<fc at a£ n aa<h"n*«i Ow •Utmaeot *fc«: be
a mSm iMt ae.ta ? t.o«U!;,?yjl.C«L
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