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cuvptf, xitr. i M-; (-nil j(M-i ii !.!! 'n tell Mrs A el 41.1 i il:- n'.iry uf It r I.iiik pi , loil of til' ii ., fr riin", .ml re. eived In rr'tnn p'itiI Interett'ng 1"all convert.lng the roortshlp of thl hate ful unknown Arthur Phillip. who. It ftff-tri-.i. J to brlnx her n.wr. 1 and tjk her out for W4ifc anil for 1 whom she used to r h Hi iniiae eaavrtiraa day after J. "I n you moren m h ' llns him round ifae neck, .ml r true fit tn break your heart: al h aU.iy een. ed fond of you. too thai he ilid. and gentl th you aa u oiiMn ould be." "Mr Acland," .iltnoa' whispered Vlftrci'tltf, her cfceek ixirnlnaj wlm sham.', what waa !i" Uk ' Do yon ' li my dr, .tin t no U.md at d- ner,.i.i'n the qiMhlt 1 . il.tii t ! ! yon .N i rinhi-dortn hitiiaome. tint lonkul i real gent: -nun " 'A ' gentleman? V. , I ahou'.l (kink alio an-wr.,1 i:i tnna ol lilt'rr Mint-nipt. ' Mr . -land. thla U Yen lioti uir fr me hear, hut It l nwir) Tail m Hid man uael to rotne and see me every diy?" "Wln-iififr your uncle weren't the tn; denr and whan l got to I dunk, lio'd Ink- you out f r a walk alone the shore, and you I ! .is pleased aa pleased could lie. You'd rntnt a-run- nlng to me, your pr.'iiy face all aglow, and your hands ati .i.-h.-d nut, with 'Oh, denr Mr. Acl ind. 1, please lat tinnh dress me- he ' t going m tad me wnlhin'.' We In I n , tir:ht d.y nor running nor Jumpi.u ;i..n your tinele waa about. No, in.1 . i: We was rut mum as a mouaa then, ind Ha rah, aba used to ay, 'See ho frightened tht poor thing la of him ' V- w,i both fond of you. that we wav n' h ton thla lino Mr Phillip 'Mind ou take ear of her. Mra A land ' ho sayan' I'll tnaka It worth iur w!i!!-: altered strangely," waa the encourag ing reply. Than right, t will Just writ down your description of hi in to tell nty kw t Where did you lay that marriage rortldratf? 1 anall want to ihow Itlm that, too." ".Now, my dear," Mid Mft. Arlnnd, "here' what I ran't help thlnkliig'll l likely of more ue to ynti thitn that .narrtag rt lflrt ; and I took and copird (hat off a letter Mr. I'hllllpi wrott. He wroe It and left It by aeel dnt on the table while he took yon out walklnir.; and when he en Hie In, I naw he waa In a flue taking at the thounht .if my having aoen It." Itie l 'l a pl. of p.pir twfore Marguer It'' out "i llrandon, tt., High l. -. tirat Wondrnham. Hunt." Mtiiuprlte looked ateadfaalty at the al lr"a. Vou are right, Mra. Aeland." the aid. with repreaaed excllenient In htr torn-a "thla la the very thing I have wantr.l " And irn aa the gated at the papr her reaolutlon win takan. Hhe waa all alone: there w no on to hinder hr, no one to objeet. Xhe wmtld take the train and go and vlall th--r soon of her rhlldhood. "I helive." alia murmuretl, "If once I atood there and aaw the daee before mo. I ihoitli) remember all about It " niAPTBIl XIV. It wna n haautlftil niitiimn itav Tlir Virginia rreetr nn the little wnyeldo 1 etatlon of (Ireat U'oodenhnm. n maaa of ararlet and icold, niallail arery now ' and then In the light breeM. The dUtanrea melted lu blue utiat; the dew atlll lay In heavy beada on the long graea of the bank and dltrbr. aa Mar gueilti atepped from the Undon train and lonkcl about bar with wondering, olm. rvant yia. Hhr formed a rery fair picture na aba tood there. In a neat, wetl-flttlng gray "MIND VOf TAKR f'AKK OK IIKIt. MKH. Ai'l.AMl," HH I) gAV. -ivhlch, to ear truth, be Ild. though I've aiwaya regretted I llatenel to him over alneo, an' It's laid bnty un my eonaelence, my dear" Marguerite wrung her hunda. Oh, to bti a man -n man. that ah might be revnnxmj on the h.ia wrairh who took ndvantage of her belpltma Innocence! "Vou mint be able to give itw aaiue lil at what be looked llk." he cried "fomotklitg mare tleflnlte than your opinion that he waa a gentleman!" "Well, I'll tell you thia mu. b bo was a tall mtui. slender and not murk enter." "Was be dark or fair?" Ia Ir" promptly. "Tall and fair and blackhearted!" murmured Marguerite Oh. bow I hute klm! )o you tv he uaod to bring m Nowara, Mrs. Ai-kland?" "My dear, the moat beautiful! Vou was so fond of nowara. ramembr now Vm orts be used to bring you always rod and yellow ros and heap of fern." Marcuerlle'a eyas Instlnrtlvsly wan dered to tbe table, whar her aump'u otM morning's Instalment of nowara waa ranged In a larga bowl. Hod and yel'ow roses! A at rang coincident For a moment tba i.d Idra crwa4 her mind that the unknown aender of those nowara might ba her husband Itod and yellow rosea at on. -a lost t!i -:r ekwirm Hha turned away from them with a gaeture of dlaguit. "Ob. Mrs. AHand." ah eirlalmei. "you don't know bow dresdfully mlaer Hbla I am! I don't know what to d. Wna any one aver In u-h a dreadful petition neither marrlad nor alngle!" "Ay. and wl u a swieth.m of yotn Wn, to- I'll be bound." ail Mra. A. IntuJ symnatbeticaii) 1i aiHioen lush upon tha girl ! answotesl her "Dear. dear. 1 do foal sorry for you. pawr cJkiid!' said tba woman, wboaa juif watperaied Marguerite. -Mri. Acland." she aaked abruptly. "h4d JWi Kraw tkls thla IMillIlp gajR If ftn saw blro?'- '"Ihkt l ibawki, ear d1- ' morning dress, and white at fill' sin 1 1st f, hat trlmtntHl with u knot of white rib bons. Kvan the aolimry wirier forgot himself in udmlrHtluu of her pretty face and charming figure. Murgtiurlte did not sou him; she was gaging iu the hoartl on which ths name of the ttntlon was jwlnted In large bluek lot lets. "flrent Wootlrnhamfar High l.eos ami ClnrUdale." She had nut grasped the fact that she was coming so near lo Clnrtadale. Why, she wna within a few nilles of flernnrd. and uf her le gal adrlar. Mr. Martlnenn! SnpiMmu she were to meet them! Her cheeks buran at (he thought. Turning, she beckoned tn the admiring ortr. "In which direction la Clarlsdale from here?" abe asked. "About flva m;is west o' (his. mli; but there ain't no village to speak of only Urd rmfrarlllt's place." "Ok-and which Is the way to High Lees?" ' Rlffbt out tbe other way, miss rather better 'n throe mile, miss." "Does Mr. llrandon still lire there?" "Yes, mis; but bis hooae Is two mile good beyond tba village. It's a long trsmp. miss." ' b. I sm a good walker! I sup pose, when I get to the village, any one would direct me to Mr. Bran don's?" "Oh j , mis " ' then iu you tell ni- tha nt'ireat .u to the village " He gstw Hit- uet'easary direction, and with n bright "Thanh you." she stand off Marguerite walked on In a state of mind strangely divided between exhil aration and fear. The freab. pure air. i!: 'iliie ky, the watlng treea. and ni.ine all, thv nne of cntrptis and dartag. wars delightful to har. Hut presMtly, to har satoalsbmeat. the found that the obj habitual terror of her uncle was creeping over bar. Aha began to realise that It was araretlr prudent to trust jierstlf alon- to tht tender rsireloi of ih Wan who bad nlready adopted sueh measures to bs rid of her. Bhc began to think that she wni foolhardy; but, being thus far on the journey, nothing would have I Induced her to turn lek. rlhe walk- ed on briskly, secure In the thought that every step wns taking nor farther from Clarletlale, and that then really was no chance of her being seen. As to Mr. llrandon, she did not want to ee him: she wanted lo see Cathlej and her remembrance of the back entrant lo the house was so vivid that she felt certain that she muld accomplish her object. Anyhow, she was In for" li the Isstio must be left to fate. Hhe felt the longing far earUlnly greater than ever. Como what might, she must ascertain who and what was Arthur Phillips, and whethor ho was living or dead. A letter from Hernant lay In her pocket a letter full of Lady Mildred. "This Is such an Ideal house," he wrote. "Mlna shall be manamNt Just ths tame. Vou should know Laily Mlldrmi In fact, you must know Iter. She could tench you to much, oipe daily as regards dress she under stands tbe art to perfection: and, wion you see her, you must take hlnuj though of course votir style and ham are very different." etc. The letter hurt Marguerite's feelings, though of course she owned bitterly to herself that It was true. She was nbeo lutely Ignorant of everything which llernard Selwyn's wife should know. She paused against a stile loading Into a rartilletd, and sat down a minute to rest, far she had walketl n couple of miles at a very rapid rate. As alio sat, she heard iho galloping of hnrsos behind her nn the road, and the sound of laughter and rolcea. t'rged by an Impulse shs hardly understood, she climbed over the stile, and paused nn the otlier side, hidden by the hedge, to see the riders go by. Just as they reached that imrt of the road they slackened to a foot-pave, and she could both soe and hear distinctly. Thero were (hree young men and two girls, nil well mounted and In high spirits. They were all looking behind thorn. "No sign of them!" cried one of the ladles. "My dear Miss Talbot, you won't see them again this morning; they are off ns usual. Perhaps Udy Mildred le abowlng him the short cut to the Home Kami again!" There was evi dently a Joke here. They all burst .mt laughing. "elwyn Is awfully hard hit, Isn't he?" said one of the men. "It will be a flue thing for the Urn frarllls estates," remarked another, and then the voices became Indistinct as the party passed on down the lane. Marguerite stood still. Of course she had known It all before, hut It seamed notwithstanding to come upon "her with a sudden shock. She bowed htr Itnad on the stllo, ami gave way to htr trouble for a (line. She nut know how Ioiik she stood there; she only knew that what roused her was the ouiind of more horaea' feet. She start id and shlvored, but It waa too late to move. Holding tin by the rough wood for support, she saw them ride slowly past saw Uily Mlldreu s pale, proud fate, 110U1I the downward curve of her expressive mouth, saw llernard riding dose- ah. so close! -but could not catch tbe low words that he was apeaklng. Ho they passed, and It M cine.i to Marguerite as If the life and gladness of the sunny day passed with them. She waited till the last echo of horses' ftet had died away In the distance, and then climbed resolutely back Into the lune and continued her Journey. She did not care for twenty Daniel Ilrniidans tinw. Nothing, she thought, could ever stir her emotions again lav and fear were dead to gether. "I have lived nnd loved." she aald to herself, "and now It la all over. Oth ers huve lint! warder things to banr. I cun bear this." To be contlnuod. TAKOS A nOOM (In the Tup I'liHir or i lintel lo Avoid the Nnlae at Home. A nad-fncod man with iron gray hair and a tired manner walketl Into a hotel, bowed to tha clork who Rreolwl him. by name, and took the key held out to him. "High?" ho aaked. "Top." nnsworod the clerk with a smile. The man wrote his name In the register am) follows) It with that of a wHilar summer town near New Vork. As he walketl to the elevator, the clerk turned to a man loaning on the coun ter. "So long as the Pwirlh of July continues lo be celebrated anil that man live." ho aald, "this hotel will never be without one guest on the na tional holiday. While everybody oUe la hurrying out of town, he Is making his way for this hotel from his country place. He Uvea near a small town which has lately became the center of a fashionable country bouse district. He Is the father of several children and a man of wealth. Ilut be Buffers from nerves. Tbe fourth of July M too. much for them. He says that the lire, works got Into working order twenty four hours ahead uf time In the country and be cannot aland ths nervous wear and tear. Nor tloaa ha want to Inter fere with tha plan sure of people who like to bear noise and smell powder. So he baa come bare on this day every ummer for tha pant four years, taken a room on tha lop Boor where be can hear nothing and psoasd tha night and day aa qukttly as If It ware not tbe day bis family, friends and neighbors are eelabrsUHR." New York Sam. Untitle lllitiiliel. Nothing la nleer far fatankeia tar the cradle UtH swgpHlewn flannel. It comet In twe wfcilfe, J7 and 38 InahM. The wfcie wtiiUi i leu expensive ami mars sUlifaetory. warmn's moon ot:.:r3 Un Eci Heart if tic Dl t:l:nfcr Tin fays, COiinS AHE KECPIKG POSTED. lacy ar rorlllrtna SprtnjIlilS en the Tue C4). iMTcJlfng that Wfrfea Ii In Ilut Diretffoa. lindon. Jan. 10. Nothing has uaett titard of Sir Charles Warren 'a dlrtatoh of South African troop, for tan t'jy The lost division Is known aa the fifth division, and Joined den. Holler at Ftere camp several weeks ago. The complete absence of news coti nrnlng Oen Warren's force, together with several algnlnVint Indication!, i"ads to the bellrf that he Is attempt -tig n Hank movement to the westward, i ping to turn tbe Boers' right. Tbe londnn experts are Im lined to -Ml ve that a liank movement has bren iiiilertaken, as tbe absolute Inv-egna-I'lllty of the Doer imsltlon at Caleneo make a frontal attack by liullsr nl mict hoped rs. In the lart dispatch regarding the Hoer attack nn ldysmlth Oen. Ilulkr aald he had sent Ida entire available force out to reconnotter. None of Oen. Warrrn'a troopa were Included In the Hat. ao the latttr must lie somewhere el. The Hoars evidently knew of War rm's iiimemt'iit. for they are fortify ing Springfield tin the Tut,al, to the est ward of Colt nan. Indicating that Wnrren la In that direction. All sign imlut to an attempt to send a etrong force to make a circuitous march in the hope of relieving l.uly smlth from the west. Leading north west from Unt court toward Ilarrlamlih one or tbe main hlghwaya leading Into ih. Orange Pree Slate IntereecU with two good roads lesdlng Into Udysmlth. Such m movement would rtutre u march of fifty miles and would neceaai tute Warren to cut loose from his base. The inaltlon of Udyatnith. how ever. m ao deaperati that drastic meas ures may be necessary to save It. The speculation about Warren Is, of course, mere conjecture owing to the complete censorship, but military ex perts agree that Duller cnuuot sit Idly by and ee Ladyamtth fnll without tub ing desperate steps to relieve (he pinsu. Km mn itllitHl, Illpley. Tonn.. Jan. 10. Marvin )nr Imm and W. I). Turner. olHcers of the pence, were yesterday morning shot to death while lu the discharge of their duty by two negroes. A throng of l.'OO people are In purault of the mur derer, nnd n double lynching ax pected lo follow (heir capture, na the lommunlty la horrified and sxnsperat- d by the unprovoked crime. Turner wna n .unstable In tbe district lu which the klllltics took place, and had depu tised Durham to assist him In making the arreal of a negro named "Olngery." who wns wanted fur failure to oltey the vaccination taws, which have beu en forced with considerable rigor of lute on account of the ptuvulsuce uf sporuil- le oases of hiiisII-hx In this vtrlnlty. They had the negro under way, bring ing him to this city, when they wore overtaken by two other negroes, broth era of the prisoner, who. wltnoitt warn ing, tired from the rear. shoutliiK both die officer In the back of the baud and producing Insuint death in both euitM. ItHi'e Truultla 1'careil, CoS imlilii, 8. a. Jan. 10. Um Sat. unlay ill PlnewoiHl, uu the Atlantic Coast line, Conductor Horsey idmt utid ItiHtitatly killed u negro train hand, Lewis Hurtan, who wa advancing lu a threatening manner upon the conduc tor The negroe at Pine wood became disturbed, and the white people, who are In a great minority, are In four of violence. Conductor Hurseey has been committed to Jail at Manning. Yesterday A. L. Ilurketl uf Ptnewood wired Senator Appei for twenty rides and MM rounds of ammunition, as un uprising is feu rod. (lor. McSwusney wired Sheriff orabham to itroceeri to PI ue wood with a posse, and Cant W. I. le waa ordered to have his com pany, the Sumter I4gbt Infantry, sleep on arms, ready to proceed to Plnewood at any moment. Ilium ICtiiieked Out, New Vork. Jan. 18. Terry M eGrvarx !sst night wrested the faaUierwalglit hi.mplonshlp of the wsrld from :teorge Dixon who bad dafntd It for nearly nine years. To save Dixon frcm a knockout, Tom O Itvurke, his manager, threw up the sponge In tho eluht round, when the negro waa stag sarltiK helplessly, bleeding nnd wonk, but as KHtne as the dying gladiator. The light took place before n crowd thnt packed the llroadway Athletic Club, nnd the victory decided the own ership of n 110.000 purse. When Dix on and Mcdorern stepped onto tho scales yesterday afternoon tn make the aeooeflnry 118 pounds Dixon seemed to be In tho belter condition. He waa full o( life and energy nnd looked na If tho flaking of the weight had not troubled him, while Mcdovern seemed to be too finely drawn. When they stepped Into the ring, however. MnOnvern's fnoo showed no traces of n rigid training course and as soon aa they strlppoJ to the burr eurh looked In perfect condi tion. Dixon from the first tap of the gong was on the ugftreestve, using a left swing Invntlnbly as his laad, while Mcdovern rleveily stepped Inside of It, nnd Terry sent both hands In rapid order to Dixon's lower works. Mcflov ern'a attack on tho body wns u sur prise tn Dlxon, aa no boxar who ever fared the negro was able tn land on tbe wind, rib and kidneys us did MrOovtiin Inst nlnlit. Dlxon Jarred Mcdovern half n dozen times during tbe battle with hard trsrks on the fiend or Jaw, but Terry was always smashing bark at his man In a Jiffy, relentlessly Hiuaahlng with, either hand to the ribs or stomach. The seventh round wns n disastrous one for Dlxon Terry almost broke Dixon's noee In this round nftsr ho had sent n right hand siiibhIi which landed over doorge's heart, and Dlxon staggered to his corner with the blood i pouting rffowcbmfrwydiiodiwllnulhrd npnutlng from tils miss I organ. Dlxon came up as game aa ever a man did In the eighth round, which proved to be the Is at. A few seconds before the lound would have been completed Dlx on stood up from his eighth fall, but Ms manager and Iwckar, Tom O'llourke. teeing that It wna Impossi ble for Die negro to hold on to lis title, throw up tha sponge within one rcrond of the cull of time, which would lave ended the round. In this O'ltourke showed good Judgement. Until he and Dlxon huve often tmld thnt the latter would never bo knock ed out. When O'ltourke threw up the sponge. Dlxon wiih practically helpleac. While Mcdovern was helled with vociferous t hears iih the winner nnd wns rhuored and rhoored again as the new chant I Ion. Dlxon, tho ox-champlon, was not forgotten. Itnuud after round of beers woro given for the Isd who had defended the title so cleverly for Hour ly nine years, ns he left the ring, bleed I n k and beaten, after having pro Ithbly fought ha last ring contest. Dlxon felt his defeat very keenly and had very little to ssy except that Mcdovern waa tbe Itest man he had tver met and that Terry could have b-aten lu his preaeut condition any man that Dlxon ever defeated. At Cleburne the Santu Fa railway has put lu a whistle (1 feet 2 Inches long end 16 Indies lu diameter at tho muchlue sliups. When It llrst blew nt 0 o'clock lu the morning many citizens hurriedly rushed out of their houses, thinning duhrlel wus blowing tho Judgment day horn. Jno Survnut wag allot and killed near bis home ut Hnnut the. other day. tlxlilnrt Meeting-, The .l hnson county nnd Jury found nlnety-elgbt true bills. MutUs tha t'Hrgu. ew Orleans. I . Jan. 10 The Ual vrston portion of the cargo of tbe Wll l.iwdene. tonsUtlng of ll.ooe baga of i'ufTee. frrm forty lo forty-five cart, started from New Orleans hi Ualvso ton by rail am tht Southurti Iclfi yesterday It waa uonhtful for anma lime whether Texas would admit the coffee, even after fumigation at New Orleans, but It U now understood that tbe Ualvaeton portion going by raM wiH be adsalUsjd, Washington. Jan. 10. At the cab inet meeting yesterday the subject of alleged corner In hump wus dUoiisned lu accordance with the numerous ri UuestM whirl) have been received to open a number of ports In the Philip pines for the extmrtntian of hemp to the United Stales. It seems to be the settled Millry of the government to open the Philippine purls as rapidly ns ImoiM can be sent to garrison them. Secretary dagc explained the letter which he will send to congreMa to-day lu answer to resolutions rvgurdlng the deposits of the government funds In national deposltm-tea. It waa announced taat Surgeon den eral Van Itaypau would ratireMttt the navy department at tha Intafnatlnnal Con Kress of Hygiene, to be held at Psr U in June next, and that tha agricul tural department will b rwnfuaauted by Dr. De Sehwalntc. tha chief of the blo-chemlc division. Cuttotnl Itll'ltlHlleMt. MoWIe, Ala.. Jan. 10. Much exalte. maul exhUa In Milton. Pla.. but na the town is patrolled by thirty armed men, the conservative people believe there will be no more trouble thero. Satur day night a number of Htiktiown men want through the straaui firing Into hawses, but no person waa hurt by the hflllBta. Sunday the town wus n quiet an n eliHreliynril. Nn sluireh services wore htld eltliar day or night. In order to prevent the assembling of rowda. Trinity llUar .VntlssMnti. Kurt Worth, Tog., Jan. l. The first meeting of the membership of th. Ilut Worth board of trade In Its naw anti permanent quarters wna held last night, and the attendance was largo and representative. Tho session was a most Important one In that the greater portion ef tha two hour was consumed in n dtsiu slou and taking action on n mnttef t vital Importance to Port Worth asjtl ' Dallas as well. '' It wns n consideration of tho tmvf gallon of the Trinity rlvtr. Prtntdent Wnplcs. In nn oartiest adilross, statoti thnt from recent action token by the biiHlnoes people of Dallas It nppanred that n strong, determined effort would be made to secure deep watur for Dal las, thereby enjoying water poll- ' Hon. W Ha htld that If Dallas cttnld attain deep water Hint Port Worth stood on the name footing with that elty and wns consequently entitled to the navi gation of the Trinity. L..... lining, ha aald turning otliir thin u.t if Dallas wna willing to wuik to tnat eud, and he believed that It waa, because tie hud nsmiraucts from Mr. C. A. Keating lo that effect, theu Port Worth was ready to Join bunds lu securing an appropriation from con Kioss for this purpose. Mayor laddock spoke for gouts min utes on the subject, nnd Insisted tlmt Port Worth should rscelvo proper oon sldorutloa tn the matter. He danired tho co.opuratlon or Dallas In securing the nnvlKtttlon of the Trinity, but sttitl Hint If such co-operation could nut be MNMiiml, Port Worth should go to lt ropiosuntittlvott In congroau and Insist upon Its claims. He declared that It waa a matter ot the gravest Importance to tho city, nnd said that it would work an Irreparnblu Injury lu this city If DuIIiih secured, deep water and Port Worth was tl sailed it, when the conditions wore similar. A motlim prevailed that n commit' teo of live be apimtnted to confer with the Dallas Commerclul club un this subject, ami President Wnplaa stated tlmt this committee would bo an nounced later. President Waplea waa aitthorlnd to wwl u oommttteu to Waco at the itiMl Ing or the State Hepublloan oxeoutivo committee and make uu ofTnrt to a. uuru the Ittriiubllcnn oouvuntlou lo nominate national delegates. Mrmik liy Miililiiliiu. (leorgetown. Tex., Jtm. 10. Tho wouthsr for the last six days hna bean wet, much ruin falling nil tho Uhm,, and yinitertlay morning nt 8 o'clock tnl ' tegular thunder uturm. Llhtlng Mtnick the house of Mr. Pornuy Hoylta and run along the mating to tho bed lu which Mr. and Mra. Iluylc woru sleeping, spllnttirod the two posts mid 1st the bedding down on the Hour, rud dering them iiuoouaclous for n row minute. Mm. A. M. (lurrett, sister ot T a Itlolioy or this place, tiled very sud denly on Prlilay night. She wuh unu sually cheerful at supper and until 10 o'clock, when she retired. At 10:30 she aroused the family, and In half iiu hour she was a coriwe. Hwtrt failure wna the cuuse of her death. Deceased came to Texas from Tenuogstic lu 1330 and was 79 yeard of age. Ilnlti lloltliera. Sherman, Tox., Jan. 10. Yuatcrday mornliiK it was discovered that tho clothing establishment of dregory. Wheat A rlli ii uy had been bitrglarlzmi again during the night. m thaa u week ago buiglurs eutorod through a rear window and stole goods to tho amount of about J 160. Then tho en trance waa plainly made through a vaount pane tn tho Hash of a rear win dow. Monday night the heavy Iron covered shutters had been prlud opnu with some strong Iron lever, white a wle hud been broken through a glass lu tho tup Hash and the latuh slipped so the Hush could be raised. Heveral piles of clothing had been bodily taken from display counters. One overcoat was missed, but us were two pairs of rubber overshoes, but the most serious Inroad wus made upon the hats, of whlchat least thirty-live uu known to Iw Bone. . ir ya.d there were fresh wagon traeka, and It looks very much us If a earl had been backed up to the rear of the building and deliberately loaded with goods. 4 i 'Mil Henry P. Paywm. if ysuc of nn, living near Point CllutBti. 0., was found frezan u dwth In a wagon read between that plana and Oak Harbor. Ha waa driving noma during tba night, wm overcome by tha cold nnd fall from lilt wamin and perished. Ilawea Oiiinwtassslu Deulati. Tax.. Jan. ll-Conajraau- wun Curtis lias rMiasaiasj tha membera ot the Dawes coihmIimou in meat In Washington Jan. 11. The affairs of Inn Territory will Le tNurougbly dla tusaed at this meting with a view t urranglng with Chairman Sherman of the committee on Indian a If a Irs for such legislation as to never the needs , of the Territory. Members of tbe , Irawes CommlsiMn have goua lo Washington.