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I 4 T si1 i - ) 4 I : m Xa stern sad JCiddle States. ' "Billy-" McGlokt, the most notorious of Jew York dance-house keepars, has been sentenced to six months imprisonment for violation of the excise law. 'GovERXOBRofcixsox, Mayor Martin, and many other promineut people attended Wendell Phillips' funeral in Boston. The remains lay in state in Faneuil hal, where Ihey were viewed by thousands. Fifty farmers from all over the counirv were present at the annual convention of the Araer.can Agricultural association in "Vow VArl A nrwit tvr rSI-j4 ?- C? the tor Vance, of KorU Carolina, on '-The Or- -w J.vio -Jt I u.4 J V.'1UVQU 4Z3Ll.jt .-JJi- I ganuation of Farmers for Political Pro- r.ecMon,77 and other papers of interest to fanners were read Three Irish laborers wer struck bv a night express train near Biden, Perm., and instantly killed. Fire broke out at night in the factory of Grossman &Kluentner, Allanto-wn, Pcnn., to tally destroying it and a number of small buildings attached. As the firemen who were standing on th ladcJers and in the building were doing their utmost to subdue the flames, the north and soath walla sud denly fell cutwarJ. and some fifteen men were covered with the debrK Tjtrams of water were immediately directed upon the ruins covering the men, which prevented fome of them from being burned to death. Five men were killed, and eleven seriously injured by the fallen walk. Betwxes 5,000 and C,000 buildings were submerged by the rising watcrb in Pitttburg and Allegheny City. These buildings in cluded the residences o 25,uJJ people, 10,000 of whom were not aWe to cccupy their homes. Fifteen thousand Tersons-n ere tem porarily thrown out of employment by the stoppage of mills and factories. A number of persons were drowned, and the estimated pecuniary damage is 3,i0J,0Q3. Hejtry S. Church, ci'y chamberlain of Troy, 2f. Y.f disapjKared suddenly, and an examination of his accounts showed that he was a defaulter to the extent of $S3,000. Ax immense ice gorge, thirty miles long and in some places twenty feet high, form d in the Susquehanna river. t"VYilke?barre, Penn.. the gorge suddnlv broke with a loud report, and in Jess than three hours the river rose seventeen feet, flooding mile of terri tory. Immense i"e ;'am al?o formed on the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers. An entire square in the central part of Hazelton, Penn.. a town of 8,(j00 inhabitants, suddenly caved in. causing great consterna tion. The drop was caused by the giving way of the timber in a mine underneath the town. Three or four Jrjuses, including a ihotel, were wrecked, and many other build ings were more or less damaged. Professor A. H. Gcyot, the celebrated Swiss geographer, a professor m Princeton collese, died a few days since at his home in Princeton, aged seventy-seven years. Ax explosion of oil in a tank at Hunter's Point, 2s. Y., resulted in a fire which de stroyed property valui at about 1 00,000. The steamship State of Nebraska, from Glasgow, arrived in New York, having on board the ninety-two men comprising the officers and crew of the j-teamship dotting Hill, running between London and New York. The dotting Hill had been struck by a huce icebarg and injured so badly that she had to be abandoned. Six convicts five colore! anl -.ne white were whipped a few days since at New Cas tle, Del Much damage has been done by floods and ice near Harrisburg, Penn. Four bridges, valued at more t"aan -?0,00Q. were crushed and carried awav. Three dams were washed out and the mills connected with thm so ibattJy injure! as to prevent their running until repaired. Mayor Edsoiw of Now York, received maey telegram'- from the mayors of flooded towns on the Ohio river, appeaJing for aid. Copies of the telegrams were sent to the various exchanges of the city, and imme diate act .on for the relief of the sufferers was taken. Thomas Kevsella, a prominent journal ist for many years editor of the Brooklyn JEagle, is dead. South and West. By a collirion between two trains near Lexington, Ky.. five colored section bauds wore instantly killed and fifteen others in jured. The Ohio legislature passed a bi.l aopro jpriating 50,UG9 for the relief of the sufferers iby the floods. Vigilantes hav lecently hang a large number of horse thieves m Northern Ne braska. As many as eleven are said to have (been strung up within a fortnight. James Graham, a New Orleans lawyer, formerly with a large practice, but deprived of it all through hJsdrinkiug bab.ts, lived very unhappily with his w.fe. whuee large fortune he had also scuandu-ed. A few days since Graham, in one of his roam quarrels with his wife, shot h?r dead an i the.i com mitted suicide. A straxge cate is reported from Canton. Ohio, On a small farm near that ciry live "illiam Dewees and his wife. For nearly twenty-five years the couple, as the result of a trifling quarrel, have not ypoken a word to each other. The other day the wife, while ill, suddenly ejacu'ated: "William. 1 believe 1 am dyin" She recovered, how ever, and to make' up for lot time the two have been talking to ea?h othr ever since. A desperate shooting affray at Hot Springs, Ark., between two factions ot gam blers three brothers named Flynn. who were in a hack at the time.. ji o:ie side, and seven men on the other side resulted in the killing of one of the Flynn- and the hack driver, the mortal wounding of another Flynn and two innocent bystanders, and tho shooting away of jatof the third Flvnu's hand. The men who fire J upon th Flynns began hostilities, and were arrested. The affray grew out of an attempt of two fac tions to control the gambling ' business"1 of -the town. The estimated total lo?s by the floods in Wheelins:. AW Va., and vicinity, amounts to $6,O00.C0J. An appeal for aid, is led from "Wheeling, states that the suffering there and at points above and below is if tense, and that more than 10,000 people of the city "are dependent and will be'so for weeks."' There are probably 20,003 people to be fed and clothed from Wellsburg to Moundfeville. The county jail in lausau. "Wis. in wausau. vis., was iDurneu eoriy iu wib uiuuuug, uju jiuii-nuiu and Carj', two desperadoes, were burned to death. The Platteville bank, of Platteville, Wis., has suspended, with Labilities of 61W.O0O. Eighteen drunken men captai ed a coal train at Milledgville, Ohio, fatally beat a ibrakeman, seriously injured the conductor and drove him away, aud compelled the engineer to cut bis engine loose from the cars to save bis life. Washington. Representative Taile, of Michigan, called at the derartment of agriculture with a sample ot nam uicu naa u en j-euc to him from Niles, Mich. Dr. Salmon examined the pork and pronounced it infected with trichina; to a greater degree than a tv he has ever examined. The hog appeared to be a healthy animal when killed. A fami'y of five persons partook of the ham in a raw -state. One person is dead, and four more were reported in a critical condition. The naval appropriation bill provides for an appropriation of $14,329,196. being $S.32;, 304 less than the estimates, and $1,565,23S less than the appropriation for the cur rent year. The Senate has rejected the nomination of Paul Strobach as United States marshal for the middle district of Alabama. The Senate committee on commerc? au thorized Mr. Frye to report to the Senatefa new bill for the relief of American ship ping. This has bee l prepared by the com mittee as a substitute for all the various bills heretofore referred to it on the same general subject. Hon. William M. Eyabts, reDrcsenting the Western Union Telegraph company, ap- peared before the Hduse committee on post- offices ana post roaas, auu maaea long argu ment against the proposed bin establishing a postal telegraph. He said that should either of the three bills before Congress to-morrow become a law the problem of government control of the telegraph would not be solved. Senator Morrill's new coinage bill, in troduced by liim in the Senate, provides that the new coinage shall be based upon the metric system; that the new fractional coins shall contain an amount of silver propor tional to the nomiual values represented by them as compare! with the standard silver dollar; that anew five-cent sliver coin ba sub stituted for the present five and three-cent nickel coins, and a one-cent nickel c"in for the present copper coins; that the fractional silver in the treasury shall bo used in the jcomage ot tne ne V ."? "J amount of silver thus used shall be m heu of 1 of the new pieces, ana tnat tne j the monthly purchase of silver bullion ro- quirea byjawior the coinage of standara silver dollars. Phestuext Arthur, has issued an order announcing the retirement of General Sher man, without reduction in his ray and al lowance, and paying a high tribute to his services while in the army. Representative Erjientroct was in structed by the House committee on banking and currency to report a bill for the ex change of trade dollars for standard "silver dollars at par by January 1, 1SS5. Representative TowysHEyD. of Rlinois, who represents in Conres the' State con taining most exporters of pork and other c ',rocf ' espreje3 ?n an inwrnew ine i "'- - -. ' Pimon tflat retaliatijn is the only remedy which are shutting out the American hog from their markets. A Chikahak who appeared in the district . court at Washington for the purpose of b ' coming a citizen of the United States had his application refused. The House committee on labor ordered a favorable report on Representative Hopkins' bill for the establishment of a department of labor statistics. The measure provides for the appointment of a commissioner, who shall acquire all useful information upon the subject of labor, its relations to tapital, and the means of promoting the material, social, relgiou?and intellectual prosperity" of the laboring men and women. The question of contract convict labor was diseased without reaching a conclusion. The House of Representatives passed a joint reso!ut.on authorizing the secretary of war to issue rations for the relief of desti tute perrons in the district overflooded by the Ohio river and its tributaries, and mak ing an appropriation of S3O3,O0 to relieve , the sufferers. The resolution was thens2nt to the Senate, and that body passed it at once. Poreiffa Tewtik Bey, an Egyptian officer, and -500 of hi- troops, nave b&eu surrounded by the insurgents and massacre i. The slaughter of Baker Pasha's troops by the False Prophet's followers continued all the wayljack to Trinlatat. The Egyptians were panic stricken and fed upon their knees; but tfieir appeal for mercy were fruitless. The Arabs seized them by "the necks, thrust their spears into ihe Ir backs, and savagely cut their threat1. Six British transports lying at Trinlatat took aboard Baker Pasha and the remnant of his army, and conveyed them to Snakim. At the great carnival in Montreal tfco meek attack on the magnificent palace, baflfi of ice blccks, was witnessed by 125,000 people. Official advices from Cairo announces that the total number of Baker Pasha'stroops killed -near Tokar was 2,250. This includes ninety-six officers, sixteen of whom were staff officers. The rebels lost 600 men, P.ESOLrnoxs condemning the govern ment's policy in Egypt were introduced by the opposition party in the British house of ords and the houe of commons. Is a discussion in the British house of commons on the importation of foreign cat tle, a meinb?r quoted statistics which de clare! that the number of cases of disease among cattle imported from America in 1SS3 was 535, against 047 cases among cattle from all other countries. Dispatches from Tonquin announce that the rebels in the provinces of Namdinh and Sontay have been disp-rssd w.th a loss of between 400 and 5 The gunboat Parceval has destroyed nests of pirates at Savalow and Fowtainscn, killinz and wounding many. Excellent feelimr prevails at Hue, the capital of Anam. The Ling has ap pointed two delegates to assist Admiral Cour b2t, of the French fleet, in pacifying the country. DrRlNG a fight between whites and na tives in thepnHin;-e of Angola, West Africa, an explosion of gunpowder killed forty of the latter. Parjcell, the Irish horns rule leader, de clared in an amendment to tha Queen's speech, propsed by him in the house ol common?, that England's policy in Ireland had failed to tranquilize the people, wautoaly prohibited public meetings and incite! ill will and strife between the different classes of the country. A procession of 15.000 striking weavers at Blackburn, Enzlan J, carried the effigy of a manulavturer with the intention of hang ing it in front of his residence. They weie charged by the police and several persons wire injured. Miss Clara Barton, president of the American National Association of the Red Cross, aceoini anie 1 by Doctor Hubbell, the special field a?cnt of the association, has cone from Washington to the scenes of the ilood alons: thp Ohio for the purpose of af fording relief by distributing supplies to the .sufferers. Nearly 5,000 bills, most of them of a private natui e, have been introduced so far in the present session of Congress. Great dissau-faction has been created throughout Great Britain by the govern ment's vacillating ohcy concerning the criss in Egypt. As one dispatch puts it: "People cannot understan 1 a policy of in difference to mis-a-resin a country where England rules, and of indifferencs likewise 10 the defeats of armks which Englishmen offics!-"1 ABAXDof SOD Indians murdered all the pritcipal residents of Omitlan, Mexico, and plundered the town. At a banquet given m Paris to leading members of the scientific rresSj M. de Les seps Eta ted tLat the icheme for creating a sea ill the grea Fahara desert, in order to transform the and sand into a fertile country, would shortly h commenced. Mr. Bradlaugh. elected to the British house of common, but refused permission to take his icat becauie he declined to take the prescribed cath for members, entered the ckambsr during a session and administered the oath to himself . Upon motion he was excluded from the precincts of the house. It is announced from Sicily that Mount JEtna is in a state of eruption. Thomas Che-sery, editor cf the London Times, is dead. While a wedding party was crossing tha Biver Theisp, near Domrad, Hungary, the ice broke and thirty-five members of the Iai'ty were drowned. The French bishop in Touquin reports that one priest, twenty-two catechists and 215 Christians have ben massacred, and that 10b mission houses have bsea destroyed. ; Queen Victoria has just published a book containing a record of ncr life for the" past twenty years, describing her personal emo tions, and State affairs and family matters, and highly eulogizing her late body guard, , John Brown. A T0WAT UJOElf WATER Xlxe Iayor Tells n Story ol Great ICardsIiip. The following statement, made by the mayor of Portsmouth, Ohio, graphically por- trays one of the many scenes of distress and hardship occasioned by the great floods on the Ohio river: "This city isalmost entirely under water, aud ail commuaication with" other points is shut off. The water is higher tban during the flood of 12, when the river was hijrher than was ever known before. The river ;s still rising. One-half of those who moved into their second stories are mov ing from their houses altogether, and all the frame houses are deserted. Many housss are floating away. Great suffering has already been expert need, and worse is expected. At daylight this morning a fire broke out in Greeu's feed store, cause I bj the slacking of lime. Owing to the fact that hose could not be laid on account of the distance of the bufld in from dry land, the fames spread con s'derably before the fireman could get to work. A flat-boat was towed to Sixtn street, where a fire engine wa loadei on it, when it wa towed by inen in skiffs to Second and Market streets, in the vicinity of the fire. Six buildings were barned to the water's I edge and alfthe walls fell in Our churches are all under water. All the eiigine-hou'e.a and school-houses avail- ab'o are filled with, our drownei-out people. , So far the most that could be done has been to kep our people supplioi with food. The . river here to night is risjijr over an inch and ra half per hour and a hard rain is falling. ' "Wo have not heard from any place for three days. Our people are in great dis j tress!" ! A man at Soda Springs, Idaho, recently went to the Horseshoe Spring after soda water. Not returning, ins wife sent a parry to hunt hhn up. hen found he was lying against a wall dead, haying been suffocated by the gas whde in the act of filling a bottle with the water. Kansas last year produced 107.550 twrnnds r cotton, valued at $9,6 w """.- "UCVi vv. THE FLOODS. Great Havooilong the Towns of the OMd River, Loss of Life and Immense Damage to Property. The havoc wrought last year by heavy rains and rising waters has been repeated this year in the Ohio valley. A numbsr of lives have brenlost and millions of dollars' worth of property has been destroyed. A Wneeling W. Ya.) dispatch says: One-half of the city is submerged, from 5,000 to 7,030 people are homeless, and the loss in money will reach from $75000 to 1,000.000. When dayiight this mornins revealed 3 thirty-six-foot stage it was evi dent to all t'aaS a flood of unprecedented proportions wa3 at band, a d the thousands who were exposed to inun dation at ence c,ninenced active preparations to" pTaca irerchandis and Leasehold effects in a plac2 of safety. The water was rising a: the rate of a foot rer Lour, an 1 as tlb hours went by and the boiling muddy torrent incread steadily and persistently, the excitement of the "early morning gave way to a panic, increasing as noon was reached! Thousands have been driven from home If and are crowded indiscriminately together in private residences, hotels and market- houses, or are wa'Jcing the streets without any shelter wha ever. Wheeling Island, comprisjig about SG0 acres and containing a population of 4.500, is entirely under water, and the loss there alone is UOjOvQ. Hundreds of warehouses in the business part of the town are deluged, and streets in the higher portion are piled high with barrels of sugar, salt, oil and nails, bales of prints and dry goods, aad all the m.ceHaneous merchan dise of a cry of 33,000 inhabitants. Citizens cf all c'asses and pursuits are on the verge of despair. Bain !.as "alien continuously for sixty hcurs. ar.d from fire to seven feet mors wafer .s looked fcr. This will rai?e the stase to S.ry-two feet, and will drive additional thousands from their houses and cause a further loss of million? of dollars. Sev eral lives bare already bo?n lost here and in the surrounding towns. From Bellaire, Bridgeport, West Wheeling and Ma t.ns rerry, Oh.o. and Fulton, Wellsburg, Ben wood and Meuudsviiie, W. Va hearuend ing accounts of suffering c -me. Some of these towns are entireV" submerged, West Wheeling, lor example, not having a solitary home cut of th water. Within a radius of fifteen rnCes C5,00 people are homeless, anl the loss win reach -5.000.0J. Tie river at Wheeling, ordinarily but G0J feet wide, is now swollen to a mile a ad a quarter, and this will give some faint idea of tlie havoc and ruin wrought, jiany s-treets lined with handsome residences aai tasteful grounds can benav.gateJby steamboats, aud one filled with ice anl Heavy drift-wood was whirled along by a five-mile cur icnt. No trains "have left or arrived since noon, and all the railroad tracks are far under "water. Beportsof narrow escapes of disasters to property and sufferins: to people, especially the poorer classes, are con stantly coming in. bat several davs must elapse" before anything l.ke full and" authen tic "information can be gathered. Deaths by drowning are reported from several out-of-town points. A Louisville (Ely.) dispaich says: The river here up to ten o'clock to-night has risen to within eight feet of th h-ghest point lat year, and all the front of the river is submerged. The rain has been falling steadily all day, but the downpour is lighter. All cf the shipping in port and half of Port land suburbs are flo;ed, and 400 families have been compelled to move out of tnem. All business was suspended, and every vehicle that could be pressed into the service was in demand. The city is being searched, and shelter is ac cepted wherever it can be obtained. Those who cannot obtain rooms are moving into sheds and stab.'e. The old exposition build ing owned by the government for a custom house site, "will be prepared by the city authorities as a refuge. It will" accommo date 3,000 peonle comfortably. Other halls and buildings have been secured capable of sheltering all the sufferers who may need it A Manetta lOhio) iis; atch say: The city has been plunged into the depths of mourning to-day by a terrible disaster, the result of the high water. A larcre number of people were standing on the banks of the Muskingum river, watching the drifts on the surface, when the tank on which they were standing gave way, and a large part of the crowd was thrown into the r.ver. Those who did not fall in were overcome with yanic, and many children were carried away by th? swift waters before an effcrc "could be made to save them. It is thought at least fifteen persons were drowned, 'lhe town is almost comp'etely overflowed, and hundreds of families have" abandonel' their homes, moving away ia some casas with only what they could carry. The river has reached forty-five feet, and reports from above con firm" the belief entertained that the present flood will be without a parallel. From Cincinnati. Columbus and Pittsburg, and other points along the OLiio, came simi lar tales of disaster by the rising waters, re sulting ia immense damage to property of every description and untold suffering to the inundatel people, thousands of whom have lose their all. MUSICAL AND MAMATIG Mme. Pauline Lucca will unljubtedly siiig in this country next season. A movement is on fcof to establish a con servatory of music in Peoria, 111. Lotta is announced to opan the nsw Casino theatre in Washington next autumn. Mr. Winch, the American tenor, is sing ing with success iu oratorio in England. Fannie Davenport is playing "Fedora'' on the road to average weeklv recaints of 0,000. Ristori, the celebrated Italian actress, is coming to this country in October, and will make a tour of the principal cities. MRS. Langtp.y will not, after all, says au English paper, go to Australia, but will have a London theatre after the termination of her American engagement. Edward Milliken, of the "Jalma"' com pany, has written a new drama in fivacts, which is purely American, and contains some novel scenic and mechanical effects. George Alfred Townsend, thelSew York journalist, has written a drama caued "Crom well,' which deals with the history of the protector up to and including the protec torate. Mrs. W. G. yoAH, one of the great ac tresses of fifty years ago, who played rival engagements with Fanny Kemble and sup- Eorted the elder Booth and Forrest, is still ving in Bochester, 2s. Y. Edwin Booth, who recently finished a very successful engagement in Philadelphia, de dined an engagement in Pittsburg upon a guarantee of $10,000 clear for a single week. He preferred to go to Boston. 'The Marchioness,' as played by Lotta in London, is a new adaptation "of the incidents of the novel. b3' Charles Dickens, who has merely arranged Tiis father's "Old Curiosity Shop,r into a series of disconnected scenes, not, in any sense of the word, making a drama. The 2ew York Orchestral society has an orchestra of amateurs composed as follows: Ten violins, one viola, one violincello, two double basses, two flutes, one oboe, three clarionets, one saxophone, two trumpets (cor nets probably), two horns, two trombones, one piano and two drums. The Modjeska ranch out in California, which cost her $00,000, has commenced yield ing a profit, bringing the actress 5,000 the other day, which she looked upon as 'luck money," and invested it iu a tiara and ear rings to wear as a sort of mascotte In Mau rice Barrymore's new play. The Pall Mall Gazette notes au interesting fact with reference to the well-known song, ' 'I Arise from Dreams of Thee. ' It was com posed by Mr. Charles E. Salamon, who, not recognizing the hit he had made, sold it for S, copyright and all. The present holder of that rieht derives from it the nice little in come of 800 a year. Mr. T. Slater Smith, manager of "Ranch 10," has purchased a new play, which will be produced for the first time in Philadelphia on March 17. The title is " Kentucky Belle,' which applies not only to the heroine, but to a celebrated racs horso that has been named after her. The -piny has a number of sensational effects, a novel fire scene, and a reproduction of a race course, . . A race-pony, thirteen hands high, was recently sold at Sealy, Texas, for $1,000. SUADIAUY OF CONGRESS Senate Mr. Miller, of Xew York, reported favora bly the bill providing means for the suppres sion and extirpation of pleuro-pneumonia and other contagious diseases among domes tic animals Tha Seuate, after debate, parsed the bill "to provide for the completion of the capitol terraces and the stairways con nected therewith.5 The bill appropriates $777,5?0.93 Mr. Miller, of California, from the committee on foreign relations, reported a bill amending the anti Chinese act. The Senate passed the Mexican I and Grant Titles bill Mr. Frve reported a bill for tha relitf of American "shipping. Mr. Vest, for the minority of the committee, said that although ihev accuieced in the bill reported, thev by no means agreed that the bCl ' touched the main difficulty wh-ch had struck down our commerce.... Mr. Lo an introduced a bit! creating a com m'ssion to inquire into and report upori the material, industrial, and intellectuil progress made by the colored redple of the United States since 1555, andniaklmr appropriation for the same.... I Mr. Ridd'eberger offered a concurrent reolution for the appointment of thre? Senators and five Representatives to inauire into the ca'isa of all removals of sub crdinat'' ofneors of ths Scnete aud Hous lh3 chair laid before the Senate a com munication from the secretary of war traus mittiujr, iu compliance with a recent resolu tion cf the Senate, a statement showing the number of soldiers of the late vvar who served one yiar. how maiy two years, ad how many three year--, mvl the amount of money required to equalise the bomir.ei of those who served in ?aid war Mr. Pendleton presented tlw crsdeutiab of Henry B. Payne, Sfa.iator-elect fro'n the State of Ohio, for the term b.inning March 4, ISSo. The cre dent ials w.'re real and orderel to be filed. The committee on naval affairs reportel favcrablv a bill for the relief of the survivors cf the Jeannet e expedition and of the widows aud children of thoe who per.shed. ...Mr. R:dnkb-:r$it-rs resolution providing fcrajvint comruittee to in-mire into re movals an i appointments of Senate and House employes wa; the suVer-t of a long debate, paf ticir-ate.1 in by Messrs. Vest, Riddleber geraml Conger. A irtvsage was received from the Kouso announcing that that b;dy was still usable to ai-ee to the S?nate amendment to the Gre?ly Re'.ief bill, reqmrinz that the men seat ,a that e:tredtion. should he volunteers. After some !ebito fie Senate receded from its amendment by n vote of J to 22. IIcric. A resolution leroited frcm the committee on forei-.ni affairs b.- Mr. Belmoat, ca ling upon the Frestder.t for copies of correspond ence and information a'xntfc extradition treat es and stipulations with Great Britaiu sicca ISr was a ioj ted. A report accom panying the rcso'.ut'on states that the ex tradition treaty of 1-4-' w;th Great Britain remains uneniargel and unimproved. It covers murder, ajsaulr with int?nt to mur der, piracy, ai-n. robbery and forgery, but not burglary, the fabrication and circula tion of conptvrieit money, bonds and bank notes, emh27.de nent of rublic money or of private futd'. kidnapping, larc'ny, o'r any of the modern c jmrnercial crimes The House spent a long time in debate on its bill to extirpate pleuro pneumonia. Messrs. Cox and Potter, of 2sew York, and others, op posed the bill, on the gr. und that it tended to break down the old, well ordered division of State and Federal powers. No action was taken. The House adorted the report on the new rules after a two days debate. Mr. Randall reportel the naval "appropriation bill, and cave notice that it would be called the next Tuesday. It appropriates 6l4,2o3,000. bain? .oT.iToo le?stbaa the amount estimated for, anrl ?1.631,ff00 less than the amount ap propriated for the current fiscal year Mr. Willis introduced a bill temporarily provid ing for the support of common schools. It provides for an annual appropriation of from $1,W,00) to Sl.lXtf.0U0 for the next ten years, the appropriation to be redu:ed Sl.oTxVGu each succeeding year Mr.Bayne introducerl a bill repeabnk all internal tases on domestic tolarco Mr. Gofc introduced a joint eolut'oa appropriating $IOJ.O0O for the reliaf of the sufferers by the overflow of the Ohio river aud its tributaries.. . .Mr. Fin erty. of Illinois, offered a resolution detdar ing that the House "laments the death of " endell Phillips as a national bereavement."' Mr. Eaton objected aud the resolution went over. Bills introduced: By Mr. Belford, to facil itate the settlement of private land claims: by Mr. Oates, restoring to the pension rolls the names of those dropped therefrom on account of disloyally: by Mr. Bisbee to im pose duties on ejeoanuts, bananas and pineapples: by Mr. Townshend, a resolution proposing a constitutioua! amendment pro viding for the election of President by a majority of the vote? of tne people and the abolition of the electoral college, and regu lating the method of counting the votes by the two Houses of Congress; by Mr. Hender son, providing for the i-sue of circulating notes for national banking associations; oy Mr. Poland, providin : that before regis sratinn in Utah ani Iuaho a voter shall take in rath that hedoes not belong to the Church of the Latter Day Sa nts. PfiOMJKENT PEOPLE. Vandep.eilt. Careful estimates place the value of William II. Yanderbilts outfit, when he drives, at $150,000. Huntoon. Colonel Nathan Huntoon, of Unity, N. H., is the oldest Free Masoa in the world, having been r itiated iu 1MJ.?. Palsieil Ex-Governor John M. Palmer, of Illinois, was in early life a clock peddler. He studied law by the'advico of Stephen A. Douglas Whittier. John G. Wintrier, the poet, is about the last of the influential Abolition ists belonging to the Phillips-Garrison era left alive. Packard. Professor Alpheus S. Packard, of Bowdoin college, who is now in his eighty fifth year, says that ho has never been ill a day in his life. Yillard. Henry Yfilard is not a very poor man after all. It is given out that he will manage to save $1,000,000 from the wreck of his fortune. Blackxurn. Senator-elect J. C. S. Black burn, of Kentucky, is forty-six years old, and is tall, square-shouldered and sinewy. His features are handsome, and large, blue-gray e3es.look out above a heavy brown mus tache. George. Henry George, who i3 now forty five 3-ears of age, began life as a printer. Afterward he became a sailor, then a re porter on the Sacramento JRecord, next owner of the San Francisco Post, and later he took to lecturing. His wife is a lady of Irish parentage and Australian birth. Pierce. Bishop G. F. Pierce, of Georgia, the great Methodist leader of the South, re cently celebrated his. golden wedding at Sparta. The bishop's father, Rev. Lovic Pierce, was the gieat apostle of Georgia Methodism, and for over half a century the son has followed vigorously the path set by the father as an ecclesiastical leader. Wheeler. An intimate friend of Miss Ella Wheeler, the poetess, now in INew Or leans, says that young lady is to ba married in early spring to a Mr. Yorke, of this citv. She also says that Mfcs Wheeler is twenty six years old, and with her pen has earned and paid for a lovely little home, in which she resides with her mother and a younger sister whom she educated. Bradlaugh. Oharles Bradlaugh, the infi del member of the British parliament, has a brother who is actively engaged in evangeli cal work. The latter disclaims any differ ences with his brother, except in reb'gions opinions, and though there is no fraternal companionship between them, he says he loves him as much as ever and confidently looks for his conversion to Christianitv. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The Texas legislature has made fence cut ting a felony. A pearl weighing nearly 200 grains has lately been found on the line of the Panama canal. Rhode Island savings banks have ?52 -400,265 intrusted to their care by 120,482 de positors. The Montreal ice. palace, built of large bIocce B in sit 100 by 150 feet and cost 3,000. Michigan now has 2,075 insane people in its asylum, an increase of 162 over the same timela?t year. THEREliaye been only two known cases of female lynching in this country. The first occurred lalbol at Donneville, a mining camp m the Bodie district of California, and the victim was a Spanish woman named Inez Pana, who had murdered and robbed a man in her husband's saloon. The second and last case is the recent Ivnching of Mrs. Cud dingham m Ouray, Col" Servants Ih Heslco, Mexican servants, of -which there are a large number attached to most house holds, are satisfied with Email wages. They consider four dollars per month a munificent salary, and in time get rich on it, according to their ideas of wealth. Thev sleep rolled up in their serapas on the floor, in the court, wherever it is most convenient, require few clothes, and those generally th$ gifts or cast off garments of their employers, and are in variably pious and apparently contented. Indeed, I have observed that the poorer thev arc and the lower down in the social scale, the more pious and contented they are sure to be. As a class they are the most honest, obliging and simple-hearted folks I ever met. Their household -work is arranged very systematically. There is one crcade whose sole business it is to make tortillas ; another to do the market ing and act as steward ; another who does nothing but cook; another to wash; another to keep the house tidy: others to wait on table and attend the children, to brush the mistress's liair aud shake the dust from her dresses (which literally sweep the dirty streets whenever they go out. American short skirts being con sidered dreadfully immodest), beside gardners, hostlers, valets, etc. But each attends to his own work faithfully, and never grows too important to serve his master. "Winning Manners, Which will avail a young woman the more a mind stored with the profound est of fact lore concealed under an ex terior timid, shrinking and hampered by a sense of self-consciousness, or a mind a little less stored, but tmitcd -with that perfect ease aud strength of bearing which conceals nothing, but illuminates all? Or, placing it on a higher or better ground, if it is the student's aim to put herself in a position to help others, as a. lecturer, as a teacher, in a profession, in any avenue of life whatever what migh tier power can she bring to bear upon her work than address I What obstinacy of mind or heart is there that will not yield under its all-subduing influence? Over those brought within its influence, we cannot measure the infinity of its power. Penetrated to the Bono. Alderman John Baxter, Toronto, Can ada, avers that St. Jacob's Oil will pene trate to the bone to drive out piun. ('1 know it, for I have tried it ; it hits the mark even time." A Self Estimate. It is a strange thing that mean people do not know that they are mean, but cherish a sincere conviction that they are the souls of generosity. You will hear them inveighing loudly against a neigh bor who does not come up to the stand ard of a generous man, and decrying the sin of hoarding and withholding, with out being sensible in the least that they are condemning themselves. They are usually people who are not given to self criticism, and. if they were not amusing, they would be the most aggravating class alive. The shoe in which the old woman lived was a present from a Chicago girl. SNAKES AS LIFE DESTitOYJERS. The loss of life in India due 10 the ravages of venomous snakes is almost incredible. Yet consumption, which is as wily and fatal as tie deadliest Indian reptile, is winding its coils around thousands of people while the victims are unconscious of its presence. Dr. K. V. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery" must be used to cleanse the blood of the scrofulous impurities, for tubercular con sumption is only a torm of scrofulous disease. ''Golden Medical Discovery" is a sovereign remedy for all forms of scrofulous disease. or long's evil, such as tumors, white swell ings, lever sores, scrofulous sore-eyes, as well as for other blood and skin diseases. By druggists. A young man on 2ew Year, is like the nap on your clothes. He's wore off. And a young lady, uuring leap year 13 like, the judye behind the bar. She's court-in.' TAKEN OCT OF BED. Du. R. V. Piebce, BuiTalo, N. Y.: Dear ci; I have to thank you for the great relief received from your "Favorite Prescription." -My sickness had lasted seven years, one of which I was in bed. After taking one bottle I was able to be about the house. Ilespectfully, Amanda K. Esais, Fulton, Mich. Stand up like men "gainst every wrong, Then thou canst sing true freedom's song. FITS, FITS, l'lTS, successfully treated by World's Dispensary Medical ."sociat:on. Address with stamp for pamphlet, Buffalo, 2". Y. History does not record many instances where women are Eelf maid Henderson Gold Jaj. flow about the house maid; Orange O'jscrter. She is maid to order. Uendcisun Gold Leaf. PhoenixPectoral breaks cold, stops cough.25c When we say that Snmaritan Xcrzinc cures rheumatism we mean it Frisco Journal. Dr. B. F. Laujjhiin, Clide, Kan., writes, Samaritan Xercine cures fits." Campaoh Miij: cures aches and paias. 25c. Frazcr Axlo Grease. One greasing lasts two weeks ; all others two or three days. Do not bo impo3ed upon by the humbug stufis offered. Ask your dealer for Frazer's, with label on. It save3 your horse labor, and you too. It received first medal at the Centennial and Varis ex positions. Sold everywhere. 1 ir. Saniora's .Liver Jnvigorator Cathartic: Tonic. Will cure when other medicines fail! PHch! 1'ileH" Piles: Sure cure for Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. One box has cured worst cases of 20 years standing. lo one need suffer five minutes after usinj: William's Indian Pile Blood Ointment. It absorbs tumors, allays itching, acts as poultice, gives instant relief. Prepared only for Piles, Itching of private parts. Mailed for 1. Frazier Med. Co., Cleveland 0- Sec Herc Tonnpr Ztlen, that girl of mine is twice as handsome since she commenced usinfj Carboline, the deodor ized extract of Petroleum, and I would not be without it for a fortune. Onr Best Families. I have been troubled for over six years with a severe kidney camrlaintalso a weakness ?;Jm nr,?nr orns. with its attendant troubles. My water needed constant atten tion, some days as mnny as twenty times. y severe pains in the bladder, as well as m the back and loins. At times I rasped a limited quantity of urine, highly colored with nnnatural heat and sediment; frequently eTacaa'ions would be very painful, I con lnced that I must do something for it, feir ing thatnure serious (rouble would follow. 1 -went to the druggist and was recommended ?ue Htmt B Benjesiy. as it had been used with wonderful ruccess in seve-al severe cases of dropsy and kidney and bladder aSec'dons here in Bancor. I concluded to try it, and before I had used one bottle fonnd it was helping me beyond my expectations. My water recame more natural, Ies color and Eediment, the pains in back and that heavy fee'ing gone, with a general toning up of the system: and I coniinned louse it until Insei six Lo'.t'.es, and it has completely cured me. Others of my family have used Hunt's Remedy with equally cs good success, and wedonot hesitate to recommend it far and near, believing it a duty as well as a pleasure to recommend so good a medicine as Hunt's Remedy. You are at liberty to give my te"mony to the public. D. T. Hodgdeh. Ossihgton, Me., May-19, 1883. I indorse the above statement A. M. Rorixsos, Jb., Apothecary, Bangor, Me. OCT OF THE JDEPTHS. Our CorrcnpnndentH fttin-arch' aad a lie Biarkable Oecurrtcee He Jirarriben Bt. AUiAaH, Vt, Jan. 10, 1:3 J. Messrs. Editors: Th upper portion of Ver mont U no of the pkaAntest regions In America during tha summer and one of tho L-In&est during the winter. It aiTcrds arapla opportunity for the tourLt, providing ho chooe3 the proper season, bat the prrwnt time is not that season. Still there aro men and women hero who no only endure tha cl'mate, but praise it unstinting'y, and that, too, in the lace of physical hardships tha most intense. The writer heard of a striking illustration of this o few days since which 13 given herewith: Mr. Joseph Jacque3 is connected with tha Vermont Central railr .ad in th? capac t7 of roaster ma-xtn. He U well advance 1 in year?, with a ruddy complexion atd ha!e appear ance, while his general bearing issuclias to instantly impress oro w th hi3 s'rn t boner and integrity, b'evcra' vear3 ago ho became a'tlictfd with most distressing troubles, which prevented thpnrcc J t!on of his du ties. Be wa 'anguid, an-1 yet restfe??, whilo at tinies a dlzzircsi would force ever him which eeemed almost blinling. His will power wa; stivng. and he determined not to give way to Uw mysterious influeuco which seemed undermining his life. But the pain and annovlng svmptoms were stronger ttaii his will, "aud he kept growing gradually worse. About that- tim 2 ba began fc not'ee a difficulty in drawing on his toots, a-:d it was by the greatest eTorfc that hi was ab'e to force his feet into them. In this maimer sev eral weeks passed by, until finally o oe niht, while in great agony, he discovered that his feet had, in a short whde, swollen to enor mous proportions. The balance of the narra tive can best ba described in his own words. He said : "When my wife discovered the fact that I was so bleated, she sent for the doctor im mediately. He made a most careful ex amination and pronounced me In a very seri ous condition. " Notwithstanding his care, I crew woree, auu ino swuii-u-r u. iii iu 1 11 11 .n gradually extended upward in my body. The topt-f rav head pained me t:rrilly: iudeed.so badly that at times it seemed almost 03 it it irnnfd li'irst. Mv feet were ra'nfullv col 1. and even when surrounded with hot flannels and ircnsfelt as if a stn ngw.'ud were blowing on them. Iext my right leg became parah z d. This gave iac no j atn, but it wa3 exceedinglv annoying. About thitane I be gan to sp.t blood ir.ost freely, although my lungs were in perfect condition, and I knew it did not come from then My physicians were careful and untiring in their attentions, bat tuiablo to relieve my sufferings. My neighb-jrs and friends thought I was dy ing and nany called to see me, fully twenty five on a single Sunday that I now recall. At last iny ageny seemed to culminate in the mest hi tense, sharp pa"n I have ever known or heard of. If red hot- knives sharpened to the highest degree hid been run fir ugh my body constancy the.- could nt havj hurt me worse. I wtu'd s.-ri.i up in bed, some times as much as three feet, cry out in my agony and long for death. One night the miserv was so intense thut I aro-c and at tempted to 0 int the nest, room, but was uuaDle to lift my swol'en feet above the little threshold that cbotiucted them. I fed back upon the bed and ga5;ed in my a-;ony. but felt unable even to breathe. It seemed liio death. ".-reveral years ago Rev. Dr. J. E. Rankin, now of Washington, was sta ioned here as pastor of the Congrga ioml ciurch. TVe all admired and -esj cc.cd him, an 1 my Wife remembered seeing ojietvhere tLat he ha I spoken in the Lighct terms of a pre? aration which had cured some of his intimate friends. V e determined to try this remedy, cccird ingly sent fr it, and, to make a Jong story short, it completely restored my health, brought me bick from th- grave, and I owe all I have in the way of health and strength t "Warner's Safe 'Cure, better known a3 Warner's Safe Kirtu-y awl Liver Cure. I am positive that if I had taken thts medicine when I felt the first symptoms above de scribed, I might have avoided all the agony I afterward endured, to soy nothing of the narrow escape I had from death." In order that a'l possible facts bearing upDn the subject might be known, I called on Dr. Oscar F. Fassett, who was for nineteen years United States examining surgeon, and" who attended Mr. Jacques during his sickness. He stated that Mr. Jac pies had a most pro nounced case of Albuminuria or BrigLt's dfsea e of the kidneys. That an ana yis showed the presence of albumen and casts in preat abundai ce and that he was in a con dition where f.wifany ever recover. His recovery was due to Warner's Safe Care. Mr. JohnW. Hobart, general manager of the Vermont Central 1 ailroad, stated teat Mr. Jacques was one of th best anl most faith ful of his employes, that his sickness had teen an exceedingly "severe one and the company were not only "glad to again have his services, but grateful to the remedy that had cured so valuable a man. Mr. James M. Foss, assistarit superinten dent and master mechanic of tha Vermont Cen'ral railroad, is alo able to co firm this. I do not claun to be a great discoverer, bat I do think I Lave found in the ab-ve a moss remarkable ca-e, anl knowing the unusual increase of Bright's disease feel that the pub lic should have" the benefit of it. It seems to me a remedy that can accomplish so much in the last stages ought to do even more for tho first apprca:h of this deceptive yec ternblo trouble. F. B. Use St. Patrick's Salve, and learn its great value. One trial convinces. . TOBEST i d best cod-liver oil. from selected .rveron the seashore, by Ciswell, Hazards oo.,jN.i. Absolutclypure and sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to all others, rhysiciana deciare it superior to all other 0II3. Chapped hasds, face, pimples and iDngh SKm cured by using Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell Hazard & Co., Sew Tore. A Caeit Bey'n I Hc'p. Er. M. H. Hinsdale, Kenawee, HI., ad vises us of a remarkable casa of consump tion. He says: " A n-ighbor's wife was at tacked with violent lung disease, and pro nounced beyond help from quick consump tion. As a last resort the family was per suaded to try Dr. Wm. Ha Ts Balsam for the Lungs. To the astonishment of all, by the time she halusod one half dozen bottles she was about tha house doing her own work." Piso's Cure for Consumption does not dry up a cough; it removes the cause. GREAT MED! REI CURES Rheumatism, WeurIgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Cacxache, Headache, Toothache, Sore Tli roat,JtTcIHnff.JpnilB.lIrulea, En ran. Sen Id. t'rot Bite. 1SD ILL OTHER UUOILt FJIJS ASD ACHES. Sold tj Druggists aJ &eak eTerrwhtre. VUtj Cenzs hrJ. Directions ia II J jDar ft. TnE CIIAHLES A. YOCELER CO. I5 i CURE FITS! when I but c-e l do not stem iacrcJy to top tacsi tor a naa and then haro thcra rcmra again. I mean a radl ez csro. I haro ciadn tho dleao of FITS EPILEPSY cr FALLIKC SICKNESS a Ufe-lonS iL f5aS rcjnccT to coro the worst cases. Because others Ima tUIodlsnorcaeenfornotnonrrecelTlasacaro. Ssadat m Jnr a trolso and a Free Eoftl of kit lnfaDKls reniedr. Gie Ex?rei and Twt Offlco. It cou Too EOtUas frr a trial. nd I vlU tro totu & ri.irCT Dr. It. O. KOOT. 133 Pearl 8c XawToifc. PW Stern. Life Schcuctblp in tbx Colcinnn Bsniues College, rierrarr. Xm Jersey. Position lot KTidoates. Natidtitl nitrcmiBs. Writ lor Circulars to H. COLEMAN fc CO. AGENTS WANTED for 16 best and farfort-seil-las Pjctpnal Bookn and Biun. Prices rdaced S3 percent. yATloyar. Ppp. Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. !" a SY-k fv&t m - r T -' " ' AM.rtiun. oaaua, ia we iresfc jniineat. rnco 2 cenw. g - SVACOJBS flTF Jfeg, R. TTraEfflf? I'PltfcfcTHE llCnNAN $40 &PAJ!lla2iS(FP& 43.-ODYSB USIjEeST CURES in&SMTse-S iInTv TXnMZZZ"?g i-"--ii--.J--"'-"- mi.uuuwutat.t. !iofMiifet! a VAmn nzDicnz -that has hiaizd 2111110X3 DEBOG ZZ IEAB31 ABALjI FOIt EVERY WOCXD Or? ZUIX ASD BEAST! THEQIBE8?&BE8TL!SI8E8t! YZT, jsAi.Z IX AZEHICA. SALES IMGEH 1R&3 E7ES. 1 The Icxicr.n ) been known, for ran vears 3 t-f !;$ cf "tlaa and Leaar. y argfx t!-an ever. 1 other-j f..ii, an;l pnc and irivc'c, to tl eYeryv.r.erc. us v IS UH.-AIUNR AVD I.T.IIT.1BW o ry ccciyo r Epilsptic Fits, sas:S5rey s m IfliTlw xallini aa & Sitkaess, Convul sions, fct. Vitus Dance, Alcoholism, Opium Eating, Seminal Weakness, Li potency, Syphilis, Scrofula, and all reci rjw axia fcca diseases. ins is mvuioaoie. ""Thousand 3 proclaim it She raost wonderful lavisor anfc that eTer sustain ed a sinJr'nir svstcm. Sl.SOatDrnsrglsts. TheDR.S.A.ROSSOHD Ho. Cias. N CrittenUn, A 7- t, 2T Consumption Can Bo Curodl I'nrc Con.-nHiption, C!il, PnctiMinjifu. In. Hiienzn, Uroa-biiil l;acnlt., J.V cichitb, llonrsenc's AM'iaia, (.roup, WLuuuina Conzfc, REd nil Dis-e:i of tne nrcntmnz Orpwns. It soothes ami HeaL lw UiMiibriuio of the J.nu, inflamed iuidjokiit':l by tlin cii-casf, an.I prevents me uivtic ve!im mid tigbtuc-4 across the che- v.bicii ;iri(iiujnnr it. t onnut ition it not an inc.tra.ble malady. 11.1.1S itAJV.U viil cure you, cvoo though prolesjluuul :ud loi.s. ejj-jJKga-AJggrB3 Ti y i ,i ttcilt ry aal 1 :9 tiw C 2-:'v,t'iehMlth. fn' 3t.nj;..simparted b- a -.rhc'.esMBe ionic ! " M f e 1 1 0 r'j ? .n-ch But rs. T.i a'!, its pnr.if and eS o.encyaja rnieii f.-.. rrmraen-l if. It ') ik in ci pi en t '".niatipm.ind mi 0"nt.ti''j, .'a nJ bit. .-. arrf.-H prn. -- .vy of btt .T!ie, . i.ir 'J.JL. WASHISrGTOr T3SKITOEY. ( "Vyestera Tcrmai':'. of th- C-rtat Tran' mtinental If? rthera Pacuic Kaiir.'d. &si tie FQtnrs Heteis if tie hm Mwest city on Axer.caa '.I offers s i'-Ij ir. I .cf'" ) iSTestOIS as this. Pr,4f'y (W &.W in rl'--' " Ot n?t tr''r a"k.: If nfj l.-ai.i'i! " ,y M I t 1,S ptr cen per -atb oa ejidrei! esta'- -? a eactbird ai It prssnt ala-. 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AGENTS WANTED VERYwiiKKr: tinsr Dliicnirip eTer iMntaii. itrm . to i Knlt- oair of stockings wth HKFAs aad TOK eoiuplei? in ,. ,aJ, ruauj mrs. man im ciKolar and terms to tho Twotublr IvHittin 2IucUineCo.. Ii Tremoot Street. BjstMiMas pi PATENTS ill JUtcnt jour intention. Sad .stamps fur ..3 - " "-'"trt . XW Irltrvr. niir ttt j.v. AGENTS; make bashers of ibowt selHsr tho PnlitinVnnf1pr BiMlhHKXt paid.StC J D box WBoeaio.XY. Cb P 1 1 1 HA and WHS1KY HABITS oared .V, IWiat home without pain. Book ot & tlcolars sent Tree. B H.Woouzt.M-D .AtlairtaGa- oared 40 E.1 N K C A K V SAND CASE OR 25 GILT w Ldii. 10c. D W. CLARKE..llKWkrt,Ua PHgyiX PSCTOBAlTwill care joar oooj;h- Prico 36c CKOUP, ASTITSrA, BKO'CniTJS, eunugia, Kheumatism. JOHNSONS ANObVMS LIS UUST (for Internal end External Cu) vrM in- staatly rcliere these tembte disass. and will nositiTelv care ntee cawi e&t ot tea-1 Information that tv J) save rnanT bve sent ( rA Kw H4II TIam - aIaw m aAnaB lmlt- i Ktuerv-jmortporta.saw Troe ana 1. g. rfottyaojr & COv. Boswn. ilas. f?r.nrr Tn5-,. ,.. st 3 a'v to-.i -ajnl --- boa.. ftJjUlJ MM-W?x&zM, - 1 nikt lt- 1,-J-0 aej:rafca. Lawyer. Literary MeD, llercfcmte, Baakn. Lads and all w". o sedentary employrjfut'-4;iH3 Vrv-.t p-tTa. traticn, Irregularities of tf.e bioo.1, o ,:a,h, bowels or Kidney?, cr v.ho r -1 -. a iifrva toaic,appe:i2erorsl,n,u'ar,r. .s..."i,. ,. -"" (SUB6 --7T,rk. C DB, U 1 I I J P a'i&Qz& ffs Jfeasa all ST 3 fix u S S'X'y NBWTAOC vScJ O as ai'5HITl mS. M memm yVrifcf ftni.i-Sny jv -TJL - it,rfTTt1 ir-wtf-r " ""y -X&s. it white nL-331 EWSEB7A yfrfef Rous ti te-:iI7PJ T3tr;ir?SkMwcgs.t p--- ; i I ' jtwai-fsz?. i n tv . i1 if &m int J1FM.BK Kasag-'yif RnilSliHSTHiN v J