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RED CLOUD CHIEF
A. O. HOwMER, Prrtotor.
ED CLOUD. ... NEBRASKA
" A Wiscoxsik Legislator has intro
duced a bill to prevent the killing of
birds for millinery purposes.
The Austrian Government has ex
pelled M- Filion, the correspondent of
the Havas news agency, of Paris.
The transfer of the Beading express
business from the Adams to the
United States has gone into effect.
Coloxel Abbott, of Cleveland; Cap
tain Bauer, of Louisville; Mayor Car
ter, of Indianapolis, and secret service
officers have taken precautions to in
sure the safe conduct of President
elect Harrison to Washington.
Theke will be no war between the
citizens and half-breeds in Rolette
County, Dak. The entire matter of
taxing the half-breeds has been sub
mitted to the Government and both
parties seem inclined to abide the de
cision. Robert Browming, the poet, is short
and stout, with a ruddy complexion
and the general appearance of a Ban
who enjoys a good dinner. He is one
of the greatest diners-out in England
and is a most agreeable table com
panion. The Rome correspondent of the Lon
don Chronicle saya: "The Pope's letter
Lpproving the statutes of the new
Washington University, which will ap
pear shortly, will pay a high tribute
to the zeal and intelligence of Ameri
State Department officials laugh at
the suggestion that Germany will de
mand the punishment of Klein. They
say they Grst would liko to bo in
formed what Klein has done to de
serve punishment and then want Ger
many to prove it.
The annual convention of the Na
tional Electric Light Association was
held in Chicago recently. President
Duncan stated that the incandescent
lights now in use numbered 2,i00,000
while 300 miles of electric railway
tracks had been laid.
Editor Stead, of London, says that
he learns from a private source that
the real truth about Crown Prince
Rudolph's death was that the Baroness
Vetsera poisoned herself in Meyerling.
Rudolph covered her with flowers, laid
down by her side and shot himself.
John A. Stewart, president of the
United States Trust Company, has
been elected treasurer of the Grant
Monument Association in pjace of J.
Pierrepont Morgan. Secretary Green's
report showed that the amount of con
tributions to the fund and deposited at
interest in the United States trust to
The board of directors of the Sioux
City Northern Railroad Company
by formal resolution has cancelled and
released the three per cent, tax voted
by Sioux City, Iowa, amounting to
1278.000 in aid of the company, the
company having succeeded without
the use of the tax in placing the bonds
so that the road will be constructed
The city troop of Philadelphia, in
view of General Harrison's appoint
ment of his own regiment to act as his
escort at the inauguration, has decided
not to attend the ceremonies. From
time immemorial the Philadelphia
troop has performed the duty, and it
was considered an established custom.
Much disappointment and ill-feeling is
The report that a French cruiser
hod bombarded Sajrullo, near Abys
sinia, where the (OMuck expedition
under M. Atchinoff had settled tern
jHtrurily, killing or wounding live of
the expedition and capturing the re
mainder, is confirmed. The loinbard
ment was the result of the refusal of
M. Atchinoff to lower the Russian flag
which he hod hoisted.
A letter has been received by Mrs.
W. W. Willis, of Alameda, C'aL. from
her brother, Masolatulupu, former
Commander-in-Chief in tho Samoan
islands of Kuig Malietoa's army.
Masolatulupu writes from the Mar
shall islands, where he with others,
including King Mnlictoa. was taken to
exile by tho Germans. His lotter
states that Malietoa is alive, but very
lonesome, as they all are. He says
they were all taken from Samoa with
out hearing and simply upon orders
from German Consul Knappe.
Ur to a recent date all but about
fifteen of tho certificates of members
elect of the next House had been re
ceived by General Clark, the clerk of
tho House. Among those lacking
were two Representatives of West Vir
ginia and one of Tennessee. It is as
sumed that the Republicans will have
164 and the Democrats 159 members
at the organization of the next House,
not counting the West Virginia mem
lers. Should those two scats go to the
Democrats it will leave tho Republic
ans with a majority of three, but the
admission of the Dakotos. Washington
and Montana will increase this ma
jority. M. Baert, the Belgian secretary
of Tippoo Tib, has arrived in Brussels.
He reports that before he left Tippoo
Tib he sent a large caravan with sup
plies to Stanley. He says ho heard at
Stanley Falls that Stanley had fought
a battle at Lake Albert Nyanza. and
the letters describing the fight should
reach England soon. Baert repre
sents that Tippoo Tip was himself
searching for the murderer of Major
Bartellot. It this is true, the bringer
of news must have left Stanley Falls
before the arrest, trial and execution
of tho xaurderer, which was reported
some time ago. A dense mystery sur
rounds the movements of Stanley and
the ai vices brought by M- Baert oaly
iwrvc to iacreaM it.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
OlMnad by Telegraph and MalL
Ik the 8enate on ttie 19th the credentials
or Senator Berry and Harris were presented
and filed. Senator Hoar, from the Committee
ob Elections, reported several resolutions (to be
laid on the table) for a general mquf ry into re
cent elections in Louisiana and other States and
an original resolution making an investigation
of elections to the Fifty-first Congress to report
in December. Senator Saulsbury. for the mi
nority, dissented. The Senate then considered
Senator Vest's motion to reconciler the Tote on
the conference report on the Direct Tax bill,
which did not prevail, and the Sundry CI 11 bill
was considered until adjournment. . . .The House
took up the Post-offlce Appropriation bill but
it waa laid aside to receive the conference re
port on the Direct Tax bill. A deadlock en
sued and the report was temporarily withdrawn.
An evening cession was held for considering
business reported by the Committee ob Indian
Arm the disposition of resolutions and
motions of minor Importance the Senate on
the Srth further considered the Sundry
Civil biu. Pending consideration the confer
ence report on the Territorial Admission
bill was presented and finally agreed to.
As agreed to the bill admits North
Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Wash
ington upon conditions mentioned. The Direct
Tax bill was received from the House,
signed and sent to the President.... When the
House met the contest over the Direct Tax Mil
was renewed, and after a long debate the con
fereaee report was finally agreed to. The confer
ence report on the Territorial Admission bUl
(admitting North and South Dakota. Montana
sod Washington) was agreed to. The Post
office bill waa farther considered. At the
evening session the calendar waa cleared of a
large number of leeei aad private bills.
In the Senate ob the 21st a resolution
was introduced for the arrest of Thomas D.
Fister, an employe of the Supervising Archi
tect's office who had refused to answer certain
Questions as a witness before the Committee
on Public Lands and Building. It was laid
over. The Committee on Indian Affairs re
ported a bill to pay the Seminole Indians
M.914.MJ for all their rights to lands in the
Indian Territory. The Texas Election Inves
tigation resolution was debated awhile
and the Sundry Civil bill taken up, the debate
being continued until adjournment In the
House Mr. Randall offered a resolution for
amending the rules so as to prevent filibuster
ing on the Cowles bill (repealing the tax on
tobacco, etc.), which was referred. The Post
offlce Appropriation bill was further considered
and finally passed. The confen-ncc report on
the Legislative bill was agreed to and the
Deficiency bill considered until adjournment.
After disposing of business of Httlo
general importance on the Sid the Senate opsin
took up the Sundry Civil bill the pending ques
tion being on Senator Hiscock'u amendment
appropriating KiO.Uk) for the expenses of the
celebration of the centennial of the Constitution.
Senator Hoar offered a substitute, which was
agreed to. declaring April .1. 1K"J (the annivers
ary of the inauguration of Washington) a Na
tional holiday and providing for the assembling
of Congress in the ball of the House of Repre
sentatives on the second Wednesday In Decem
ber 1881 to appropriately celebrate the event.
The bill finally passed and the Agricultural Ap
propriation bill was taken up and passed. Tbe
Senate got Into a tangle on Senator Hoar's reso
lution for an investigation of clccUon outrages
In certain Slates and finally found itself
without. a quorum.. ..In the House Mr. Mills
called up his resolution touching the consUtu
tional right of the Senate to amend the Tariff
bill by way of a substitute but the House re
fused to consider it. and Mr. lUndall, from the
Committee on Rules, reported a resolution for
amending the rules and It was adopted. The
bill pensioning the widow of General Sheridan
was amended so as to reduce the pension to
fS.SiO and passed. The bill for the retirement
of General Rosccrans with the rank of Briga
dier General occasioned a lively debate but
passed. Pendinr consideration of the Defi
ciency bill the House adjourned.
A fetitiox was presented in the Senate
on the M from the Texas G. A. R., assembled
at Fort Worth, asking that at least oBehsIf or
Oklahoma be reserved for entry aad settlement
by the Union veterans without their being sub
ject to present homestead laws. Senator Hoar's
Election Outrage resolution was then debated
until adjournment The House passed the
Senate bill to ratify and confirm the agreement
with the Creek Nation of Indians for the pur
pose of opening to settlement nnassigned lands
In the Indian Territory. The Senate amend
ments to the bill for taking the eleventh census
were concurred in. and the Deficiency bill was
further considered. At the afternoon session
resolutions upon the death of the late Repre
sentative Humes were adopted, eulogies deliv
ered and the House adjourned.
rKRSOXAt. AND POLITICAL.
William Warnkk, Commander-in-Chief
G. A. It, was banqueted at the Hotel Nor
ruaiulic, Washinston, on the 20th by tbe
officers anil members of the Department of
the Potomac. The affair was brilliant
and largely attended.
The President has signed the Nicaragua
JusTix Jonks, once publisher of the
Cleveland Herald and later an editor and
publisher of Boston, died at Cromwell,
Conn., recently aged seventy-four.
It was reported at Washington on the
20th that a demand would be made by
Germany tor the punishment of Klein, the
newspaper correspondent whom the Ger
mans asserted led the Samoan to attack
the German forces last December.
M. TtRAitn has formed a new French
Cabinet, with De Freycinet for Minister of
Tmk President baa vetoed the bill for
tho relief of settlers on the De Moines
ItKrRKsKNTATivc O'DosMCLL, of Michi
gan, presented in tbe House recently an
enormous petition against the Sunday
Rest bill, which bore the signatures of
230,000 Seventh Day Adveatistsiaall parts
of the country.
The last reception of President Cleve
land was given at the White Hobs ob tbe
night of the 2It and was attended by aa
CarmnalNkwmaji observed the eighty
eighth anniversary of his birth ob the
22d by celebrating a Pontifical high
Dr. D.W. Rurs. who attended President
Garfield duriug his illness, died at Wash
ington on the 22d.
The crisis in the West Yirgiaia Legisla
ture ended oa tbe Slt by the re-election
of Kenna for the United States Senate,
Dorr being Anally induced to forego his
The British Parliament assembled on
the 21st. The Queen's speech contained
nothing of especial moment.
The Emperor of Austria purpose to
grant general amnesty to political of
fenders aa a tribute to the late Crowa
James C Flood, the California million
aire, died nt Heidelberg, Germany, oath
Tax birthday of Washiagtoa waa cele
brated oa the 22-1 by a general cessation
of business in financial quarters. At the
celebration at Chicago Henry W. Darling,
of Toronto, advised against the agitation
of any annexation scheme, but spoke
favorably of unrestricted reciprocity.
The President oa the 224 signed the bill
admitting Washington, Montana aad
North and South Dakota as four sew States
into the Union.
Cosscl-Gsxkral Waixeb, located at
London, sent in his resignation te
Liectexaxt Laxdox P. Jotrrrr has
dismissed from the United States navy
with one year's pay. ?
George Smith, aged sixty, foreman at a
gm of laborers excaeatiag for flat in
New York City, was blown to pieces re
cently by the "explosion cf fifteen pounds
of dynamite in the tool box.
Complaints of an unjust discrimination
in rates against the city of Memphis have
been filed with the Inter-State Commerce
Commission by the Memphis Freight Ba
reaa against the Missonn Pacific Railway
Company, the Kansas. City; Fort Scott
Memphis Kailwav Company aad
Southern Railway aa-awmnTni
Tax Secretary of the Xavy has
tracted with M. E. Pickering Co, of
New York, for the delivery of 2,000 tons of
coal at the United Bute coaliBg station
at Pago Pago, Samoa, at tbe rate of fl&25
J per ton.
Gebmax papers assert that Klein, the
American who is charged by Germany
with having led the Mataafaites in Samoa
when the Germans were repulsed In De
cember last, was born at Lahr and served
as a sergeant in the German army during
tbe Franco-Prussian war. He was, so it
is staled, subsequently compelled to leave
Germany and went to America.
Max Bernstxix, a candidate for tbe
office of Ilabbi, has been sentenced in Ber
lin to imprisonment for three months for
drawing blood from a Christian boy.
Foca German ironclads at Genoa have
been ordered to sail Tor Samoa immedi
ately. Miss Mixxie Marseales, a young lady
of Norwalk, O-, died in a dentist's chair
the other day. She had taken chloroform
preparatory to haviug her teeth drawn,
and it caused her heart to cease beating.
A WARRANT was issued at Indianapolis,
lad., on tbe 22d foi tbe arrest of Colonel
W. W. Dudley, of the Republican National
A DTXamite bomb was thrown into the
Wesleyau College building at New Middle-
town. Conn., recently by some foolhardy
student. Doors and windows were shat
tered aad a aon of ex-Congressman Hub
bard, of West Virginia, was seriously in
jured. r February 2 a great fire broke out in
Shidsnoki, Japan, extending down streets
and destroyed 1,000 houses, including
temples, schools and hospitals. Oa the
following day fire at Yokosuka ruined iOO
bouses and burned to death three men.
On the same day ten houses were de
stroyed at Joshuia and fifteen at Tokio.
Jcboe Clare Jillsos. of tbe First
Southern Worcester (Mass.) district court,
has closed his inqnest oa tbe body of Li Ha
Hoyle, begun nearly a year and a half
ago. His return is as follows: "She
came to her death as the result of the un
lawful act of some person other than her
self." General Master Workman Powder
LT, of tbe Knights of Labor, has issued
hi second call within a year for per capita
contributions from members of the order.
AvaLakches in Switzerland recently
have destroyod many houses and caused
n number of deaths.
The statement that a warrant has been
issued for the arrest of Colonel Dudley
was believed at Indiana to be entirely
without foundation in fact.
Charles Kellt, thirty-six years old.
was found frozen to death beside the road,
two blocks from Main street, at Jackson,
Train robbers attacked train No. 27 near
Delano. Cal., the other night. Dvnumite
bomb wens exploded under the messen
ger car and two passengers were fatally
shot by tho miscreants, who only obtained
a small sum of money.
Clearing housa returns for the week
ended February 23 showed an average in
crease of ltt.fi compared with the corre
sponding week of last year. In New York
the increase was 2-V2-
French Socialist made fruitless at
tempts to hold meetings in Paris, Bor
deaux, Lyons and Marseilles on the 24th.
Gendarmes dispersed tbe meetings and ar
rested a number of those present.
A northbound passenger train, on tbe
Northern Central road was thrown from
the track by a broken rail near Ralston,
Pa., the other night. At out fifteen pas
sengers were injured, none of them se
riously. In a railway wreck near Boyd's Mills,
two mile east of Kingman, Me., recently
W. A. Mudcett, railway postal clerk; John
Campbell, English mail clerk, and Harry
Goodman, a fireman, were killed. J.
An gel I, engineer, was seriously Injured.
No passengers were reported seriously in
jured. Business was active on the London Ex
change during the week ended February
23, stimulated by rumors of an extensive
Government financial measure. The Con
tinental bourse were reported quiet with
A collision occurred on the East Liber
ty division of the Citizens' tract ion railway
at Pittsburgh. Pa., tbe other afternoon, ui
which James Debrock and A. J. Crawford
were seriously injured.
The House Commerce Committee ha re
ported favorably tbe bill allowing the St.
Louis 4i San Francisco railroad to con
struct a line through the Indian Territoiy.
OLE Hansun and his cousin Neil Otsen
were found dead in a room at Chicago the
other morning. It is supposed they went
homo drunk and after extinguishing the
light turned the gas on ngniuand forgot it.
Two freight trains collided north of
Knoxville, Tenn., and one liremaii was
killed and both engines wrecked. Several
freight cars were demolished. Tho ac
cident was caused by a misunderstanding
Geneual Harrison left bis home at
Indianapolis on the 25th tor bis inaugura
tion as President at Washington on the
4th. IudianaKIis was gaily decorated
and tbe procession was loudly cheered.
On the same evening Vice-President Mor
tou was banqueted at New York by John
F. Plummer, tho dry goods merchant.
President Cleveland vetoed five more
private pension bills on the 23th.
The sheriff of Mendocino County. CaL,
has captured two men supposed to be the
parties who held up both Mendocino stages
on the night of January 5. Both men were
armed with rifles and revolvers.
The recent report that the gentlemen's
agreement had not been signed by the Mis
souri Pacific or Union Pacific is declared
to be without foundation.
Stuabt Cumberland, tbe mind reader,
read General Boulanger's thoughts at
Paris the other day. He gave President
Carnot a aix months' lease of power aad
traced Boulanger's march oa Germany.
via 8tattgart- The Genet at declared
Cumberland's interpretation to be correct.
AT Wiafleld, Iowa, the other morning
the dwelling of Thomas Innes was de
stroyed aad his mother-in-law, Mrs. Tor
bett, sixty years old, and Inec, his
elevea-year-oid daughter, were burned to
death. Mr. aad Mrs. Innes aad six other
children escaped in their sight clothes.
A mar and a servant giri were burned
to death hi a boarding house near Carbon
dale. Pa., the other morning.
Governor Luce, of Michigan, has er
dered a stay in tbe cases of the pnrties ar
rested for complicity ia tbe electric sugar
The report of the Kaasas penitentiary
iavestigaliag committee was presented tc
the Legislature oa tbe 25th. The official!
aad others accused of corruption by the
the Kansas City Times were exonerated
ia the main, but several reform were rec
ommended. Dcatxo a riot between drunken railroad
laborers near Kent, O., the other morning
one man was fatally aad four others badly
Tar people of Granville. France, nearly
all fishermen, have adopted resolutions Ir
faror of aa iaternational convention U
forbid ocean steamers passing over the
Newfoundland banks daring the fishini
Tax marriage of Prince Alexander, ol
Battenbarg, formerly ruler of Balgaria.
to Marie LeisiBger. the opera singer, took
place at Meatoae February & The mar
riage created aa immense sensation when
la the Senate ca the 23th Mr. Cnllom at
tempted to bring up the Oklahoma bill,
ant Mr. Allison declined to rield th
Army Appropriation bill. Mr. Callow
then gave notice that he would call the
Oklahoma bilr up as soon as the Army bill
was disposed of. The Senate devoted
considerable tie to ealogiriag tae lata
Mr. Barnes. The Hoase frittered awny
nay nitonssering, watcn
eneagh, there being no qaorsm.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS.
The Senate held n short session on the
ISth and Indefinitely postponed the House bill
abolishing State oil inspection. Mr l'lekett'e
bill allowing publishers lc;ral rate fur tax no
tices pass "Ml.... in the House bill were intro
duced to amend tho Constitution requiring all
foreigners to reside five year la the Sta'e aad
take out second naturalization papers before
being tested with the elective franchise, to es
tablish auxiliary normal school at Madison.
Long Pine and Holdnva. The Ho e went Into
Committee of the Whole and considered sev
eral bl'.U reUtlng to township organization, aU
of which were favorably reported.
Ox the ll:h the Senate discussed Mr.
Raymond's bill for toe. protection of userchant.
farmers, and others wt o furnlb feed to con
tractors on railroads, etc. ani then poed tbe
resolution un.-tns the Nebr.iVa Congressional
" ' ' .
delegation tofaior the tfi 1 forpenslontag a! l -
Uler wboarenow oier fifty year oface. aloa
similar resolution in furor of a deep .aler bar-
assisting the shenS of Hurt County in arresting
the notorious burglar. "Keddr UlNon:alo
the bill providing for the sutiinisston of a con
stitutional amendment authorizing the lo:inln
of the permanent chool fund to local school
districts. In Committee of the Whole the bill
appropriating r"l.U) to enable the State to be
represented at the centennial celebiatlon of the
Inauguration of President Washington to be
held in New York April X). was killed.
Afteii a long debate the Senate on the
auth defeated Mr Linn' bill resulting foreign
corporations to incorporate in the State. Sen
ator Howe Glass Ilallot liox bill passed. The
Judiciary Committee introduced a Constitu- '
tional amendment piovidlng for flie Supreme
Court Judges anil making their term of office
flte year. Senator Lindsay introduced an
other Prohibitory amendment. This was to
meet any contingency that might urise from a
decision against the bill already passed. 1 The
Mouse resolution asking a suspension of entries
of public land claimed as lndemni y lands was
adopted. Sir. IJams introduced a bill to regu
late pools and trusts, and Mr Hoardsly a bill to
create the office of State Holier Inspector In
the House the re,srt on the claim of KxCov -
ernorllutler. which recognized his claim for ex-
boron the coast of Texas. ...In the House sev. ' ereu nrounu u anu wornn o-gaa wnu
eralbilU -a ere introduced, and the bill passed j "K tbeir bund, and men turned assay
to pay William J Wilson, of Tekamah. ti.aJ from the sight resented when the charred
forlnjuries received on November 10, !. in body of a younz girl was seen lying in on
penses in the Impeachment trial, was pUted on ! which they could te'l their loved ones, the
file. A minority recommended indefinite xt i scene was one that represented the ei
poncment. The Irrlcition bill was faioribly f tretue throes of soriotv and deoialion.
reported: also the bill cotniH-llin railroad to I
list properly for taxation under oath of their
president or chief officer. A few bills were
Introduced and hills on general tile considered
in Committee of the W hole.
In the Sennte on tho tllst the committer '
appointed for that purpose reported the total
number of Sen.itc employes to be 'J7. Hills
ucru read a second time and reft rrciL Tlie bill '
dUiding Wayne County p.ssed, also he bill re- j
quiring officers of the Kxeeutivc Pcpartti.ent to
include iu their reports a schedule of personal
property in uch institutions, and in account
for that lost. In Committee of the Whole sev
era! hill were considered. A large number of
bills were introduced. Adjourned until Mon
day In the llou-e Mr. Johnson's Usury bill
nn itiilftlfiitelr TMkslnnniil The sen it,, lillf In
en ible Nebraska City to accept a gift of twenty
acres of land from Hon. J. St--rlltu Morton for a
park passed unanimously. Tim ill to prt vent
one man from taking advantage of or r-ceiing
any ncneiit irom another mans fence without
paiii(; for one-half of the fence thus used u.is
recommeniled for passage Hills were further
considered In Committee of the Whole and sev
eral new ones introduced. Adjourned uutll
W. II Moon, who bad been clerking in
various stores in Tekamih for the past
five years, indulging in seal-skin over
coat and diamond studs, and went in tho
very best society, has Lejn requested to
leave town by the indienant merchants of I
that burg, whom he has robbed in sum
varying from l,i to il Mi each.
The date for holding the Lincoln County
fair hn been changed from October to
September, nnd this year il will occur
from the 17th to the 20th.
O.-tB of the mules of an Uncle Tom'
Cabin troupe jumped off a train !etween
Chester and Hubbell the other day and
broke its neck.
RuilTUS-trrr the Altilon bank rnl.lier
who has been sentenced to the penit-n- j
tiary, was a member of th Baptist Church
at that place, and on the day that he stole
Jl,OW from the State Hunk he presented
the church with a donation of l'.'. Re
cently the Ilaptist people, through their
pastor, t -udered the bank ofllcnils i2'. but
the latter refused to receive tho money,
requesting tho church to accept it ns n do
nation from the bank.
JiiCeTXKKK and poverty caused J. li.
Hagemeier, a Crete tailor, to end his life
With a dose of morphine.
Mil. HoLi.CMircK. of Orleans !s be
come insane. He was a passenger on a
train fromwhtch a man jutiiiieil and killed J
himself, nnd tho occurrenco o preyed on
his mind that his brain became ulfected.
The sixth annual encampment of th G.
A. 11 of Nebraska convened nt Kearney
on the 2uth. Two hundred and eighty
posts were represented by over seven hun
dred delegate. Senator Manderson de
livered an address nnd th Indies of tbe
Relief Corps gave a splendid reception.
Eaui.T the other night the large barn on
the farm of Stephen Jones, who reside
two miles south of Wood Hirer, was
burned with nil its contents, consisting of
large quantities of oats, shelled corn, hav.
harness, farm implements, two cow nnd
a team of hor es. There were three horses
and a team of mules in th barn when it
was closed for the night, but as the car
casses of only two horses were found in
the ruin, it is thought that the team of
mfiles nud one horse had been stolen, nnd
thebatnset on tire. Loss, $2..VX: Insur
ance, il.iVx). A reward is offered for the
Ox the ItUh the Legislature in joint ses
sion received Senator Manderson, and he
deli vet eil an address of thank.
A si'iT for breach of promise, with dam
ages laid at SJ0.OW. was recently filed in
the district court at Dtkota City "by Mis
Sallie McConahey against Judge T. Grif
fey, who was recentlj married to a highly
esteemrd lady of that place.
THE State Homeopathic Medical Sorietv
meets at York in the early part of May.
The five-year-old son of Henry Poor. J
living near York, was crushed, the other "
day. under the wheels of n wagon heavily
loaded with corn, nnd lived oa!v three
hours after tbe accident.
A 5L-MBKR of gold watche and ring,
supposed to have been stolen by tramp,
bnvelieen discovered in n lumber yard at
Patents recently issue 1 to Nebraska
inventors: Ilucket for storing and burn
ing trash, William A. Harris nnd V. IL
Up.. SltAt rtts-- lirMrvlA TSiA-M-. tl.ln t
Stockville: flou'r 'holder and .if ter, Charles
IL Marshal' Wool P.iver. i
E. MaLUCTT. Indian Inspector, say that
the newspaper accounts of 9apenntendent
Chase' trouble attheO-noa Ind.au School
have been greatly exaggeratd. and that
be has authorized bo statement on th
The United SUte Fish Commission'
car 2o. 2 arrived at Long Pin recently
f rcta the United State hatchery In Mich
igan, distributing California yearling
trout, aad a large plant was made in the
Long Pine river.
A BXCX-TT fight la n saloon at Hilbr. in
which n Bohemias, a coastable. n barber
nnd n Ilvervmaa took pert (all being
driakiac) resulted la John Barkslall. tae
Bohemlaa. beiog nearly beheaded with a I
razor. 'oone seemed to know wtoatel l
the rater oa the Bohemian' neck.
A era. nnd Stanley, aged sixteen
years, while recently trying to get water :
front n hole in the ice on th Mrssoori '
river, near Nebraska City, broke through '
and wa drowned. j
issuim.i s--Mv V.tWS 4.S.VW srva .
close i en accoast of scarlet fever.
J. F. GaaKx. of Csrletoa, who -had h
ana snaagled ia a wind sail sone tins
ngn, hen died fro, tae erects of. hi in-Jstriea.
Terrible Es plasma. Keeeltlaa- In Ike Demife)
fs.VaBlxr of torUrt, at riysnentm.
Wileesbarrx, Pa.. Feb. 3& A terrible
disaster occurred at Plymouth, a few
mite from here, yesterday afternoon, by
which the souls of ten girl and one man
were hurled into eternity.
Back of tbe Gaylord shaft stood the fac
tory of John Powell, used for the manu
facture of jtt b, us-d by the m ners n
looseuiug out in the mines. The factory
employed eighty-four girl, ranging from
twelve to lwuty year, ami veral male
workmen. While the majority of the girl
were at the.r home rating dinaer. the
people were startled by the deafening
thunder of a terrific explosion.
They ruhed terror-stricken to the doors
i niiu rllt4VU", aiiu 411 - w e -w
! e-oud , of inoj5. ascending from the squib
, u i -..l.
fc,.r-r- " l crowJ hl K,h
nnd window, and in the distance saw
. . .. . a -
or tt,e rtx-ms and the fact lecsms kuown
thst at l?-t tvnt- person wre in the
building at th' time of the explosion eat
in:: their noondav lunch.
II The scene sa fraught with terror as the
girls, some of them biediug. other gasp
ing for a fe breaths of fresh air. rushed
to the window and screamed frantically
for help. About this time a doxen miners
from the adjoining colliery came upon the
scene, and as soon as th-r saw the bleed
ing forms of the girls calling fcr aid,
lushed toward the building in a body, tut
fate prevented their proffered uccor. A
soon as they stepp-d near the door another
teir.llc explosion took place, burying ia
the ruins the form that a moment before
stood erring for assistance
The braver of the ni-n. when the sraok
and flying debris had settled, ruhd
among tbe ruins, and one by one the
Undies were found and taken out. charred
tievond lecognltion, bleeding and
i "ngled. Aa nu tber aw nnd recognised
nom" a,'har token or pieces of dre.s. by
Tile lnxlio, as fast as they nom
taken out, were removed to an
u:id-rtn!ing establishment, where
they weie placed in a row-. Their
features were so IruJtv mut tinted that
they wre scarcely recogu xible. The
killed. o far n kuown. nre IC-il" Junes
ngeil !?; .Miijgio Lviicb, nged -1, Hittie
Junes, nged In; (iladilts It-e.e nged 15;
Mary Waiter. ned 17; il.ngiw Ki. h r l
nged 17; Mnrv A. Ijke. agel 17; Kuth
Powell ued l'l; Ksther Powell aged "il;
Juno Ann Thumt, Chailotte Humphrey,
John I'owelS. the proprietor, was Uidly
injiireii. ISusiness in tlie tosti of Piv-
'th i nt a Maiulstlll. nnd a desth like
pAll tilings oer the ctiiiuiiuuitv.
Hvei.il kos uf powder caused the ex-
I plosion, but how they were exploded is aa
, vet ;i mvsterv
The scenes around tli" umlertnk -r' -tublishinent,
'li-rs the ttodies of the vie
time were taken, were harli ending
i'leven t.i lies 1-ty tlieru hsadless. armlets
and legless. From pieces of scorched
clothing nn 1 S'lirill b.lttons were
the victims tdeiitilled. Tne body of
a yntiti'; girl, supposed to l from
Scinntou, and who was seeking work,
ha not been identified. The only
theory ns to tho cause of th explosion
come, from the injured foreman itee.
He was in the second story, and when the
building wnt blown up. he dropped to the
cellar, fiom where hn escaped, with noth
ing but his underclothing and rail acrost
the fields. 1I says there was a bit of sul
phur on tho stove, which was used to dip
the sqii.lu into, tbemnirs, when using
them, lighting the sulphur end.
must hr.r.5 lioiled over and Ignited som
Iocmii powder, which fired the kegs. There
were two hoavy explosion and a third
light ri. The girls were probably all
stunned by the shock,
for not a cry or
shout was heard after the reHrt. It was
dead silence, and the workers tolled for all
they were worth.
Only the n-Iatives and a few Wilke
bnrre reporters were Inside the under
taker' shop. The l tdltis lay on the floor
covered with cosrsn burlap, and were
mnrkeil as sfem n identitlfl. The crow I
outside uuuil'ere.I hundreds, aud was
augmented ns each ntuhulnuce brought an
addition..! body. Finally, when a.l bad
! en Id-utllled, th doors were opnd
and tho crowd (1I.n1 m mum: th .lend
lolle, only to see what resembled large
charred billets of wotI. mote than any
thing else. Lp to a week'ago eighty girls
bad te-eu employed, but an accident to a
portion of th.; machinery mvlo It neojs-
snrv t' lay oft nil hut n few of th-rn.
Huthnml K.th.-- Powell Were t.lee. of I
the owner of the factory. Thv had com
from Wales some months ao to work for
their unci, leaving tht'ir areut in
John IL Powell, the proprietor of th
fnctoty, was in Wiiketlwtrre all of th
J morning, and. after returning b tn after
diuu.-r, stat ted up th hill to th f acturr.
W hen hslf way up he heard th report
and saw the buttling collapse. HeXntts
nothing of th cause. A stor-bouse onlr
thirty fet from th ruin contained
twenty-five kegs of Kiwdr. Hundred
of peopl stool near it during the fir, not
knowing -ts contents, and. Strang toay.
it tint not explole a it b-caui as hot as
a stove. E.-e witn, of whom there i
are but few. sav there were v reji,ts.
two heavy and thr light. Th heavy
J . . , .. ,, . . i
ones were ponder kej, and th. lighter .
ones were boxes of qub. !
At midn.ght Vorrtan Kse was raving J
in delirium. The bo-lie. will !. remove.l J
to the homes of th victim to-day and ;
th funerals will b htd bi-morrowaft-r-
noon. Thr have le-n gusss at th
idvnt.fication of th remains. Macgi
Lynch and Ksther Powell were recognized
from the fact that thy wer much larger
gmsBth.n the others. Uath Powell, j
who cam over to inis coontry a
fonr months go. was ldentlfid by sorn ,
fragments of heavy Knglisb underclothing j
wb'ch clung to th? charred fle.b, and
Mary Waters bi- a pockftUvk. Th
others can not U identlfie-l at !L j
The squib made ia this factory are
pieces of traw filled with powdr and fit- ,
tei with fue at each eatL They are used
by the miner in firing blasts in themlae. .
It ha latelr been a f ?!:
among the young men of On an cork, Ve. u
take new-comers into the woods at night
mJ "l? 'm T """Vl?"
Prt" ticked by 'obb-r. Th jok-r
recently a.iempieti io iriisin nai i ed.
a new hotel clerk. Half n dctn y3eg
fellow s'crtd themeelre in an unoccu
pied house in the Hld and awntd the
coming of Peed who waa being piloted by
one of th cog titrate. A liy "ere
passing the building the jokers opened are
aad Pe-d's cotspal'n fell, pre uailag to be
wccnde-L Bat Ped. who had nTl
along ap-c!d what m gtxag to
happea. instead of mnning. jatnped
upoa his fallen cons-pea low nd he
smeared hi aend aad neck with
red palat. H then oed a vigor
oa Are upon th hosia. Thl created the
wildt omstemation ansoag tsss whe
cosi reeled la the building, fosse
tried to res away, aad other rUU B'f
to Peed tosUrp firing, tellisgbis whotnsty
wr-. Peed cont-sael to boasbnrd the
wood- be Joker, who finally cap4 and
took to the woodv The yceang nan rhe
had pretended to he skat, thinking tkat
Pee-i was trying to kill hint, ssaaaged tn
get away. Tbe wboCe crowd wne v ite
-. . . wil. wm mvwws
easb-'e. When they laal.'y cnaae togsfhes;
aad saw the red hairs est the aa4 aava
neck nt the rewng anna who had fallen)
that ae as
issi sssa -c - - - ,
Palftrk Cns tlss
iibim' UImI ajitaMe ne a I
keirl e4 Vmm t esielne
er ! "eeer. as
Areear! Atrnr the Bejrs
nil siia fVHrsea.
UxooLX. Neb., Feb. 51. Patrice RS.
I supply the motive for and the hey to
the entire London rime mrgrrj.
Since the day of Reynold and Sammy
O'Brien no such Infamous counarei nae
turned up iu connection with Irih Nation
ality as Itichard Pigott. A systematic
and onwrupulou blackmailer, aa essrt
forger, he ha been for year on the secret
.errice pav-rull of Dublin Castle. While
he was writing those letters to me ae was
at the same time in conaeotlun wtta ro
ter. the Coercion Chief Secretery for Ire-
Wn.I. Mr. Psr-iell and I boucht out hi
two newspaper, th IrUhman and Fin
of Ireland, and my exposure of
his ullenu.t at blackmatliog eut
htm off from the National rank
and Irish Nationalism. Long he
fore this eijHisure he had been secretly
assailing the National movement, aad
since that he ha both openly and cov
ertly carried on a warfare against Mr.
Parnell and especially against me. culmi
nating iu the "ParnellUm and CrimeV
article and the forged letter. With the
exposure of the villainous authorship of
the article aud the forgeries the London
Time stand, condemned."
Mo Tr the CWu ssf the IsimU f
the Whit lostlaa Tertitswy ms4
I'lestls for rrteeiioB.
New York. Feb. -1. A Herald pr-clal
from Port Iteno. I. T.. ay a deUgatlou
i5 seventeen chief and head men of the
Cheyenne nail Arapahoe tribes, headed by
Whirlwind made an eloquent s perch em
IxHlymg the subject of the jM-tltlotl. 11
feared th effect of the iurnsion f th
whites, which will undoubtedly tale place
if the "tiklnhotn-t bid" In-come a law.
He uiVeil for protection to the tudtans in
their riiht. On nccouut of drought
j they nre unable to irjiMrt themselre. ny
farming; and they ask for land enough to
I ennblo thrm t raise sbx-s:. If white peo-
j pie must hiiic .i ;ortiiu of the land which
' the Itidlnus had supposed was for their
) own ue, let the Indian be kept iu a Ixxly,
! nud not scattered throughout the Terri-
, tory. They desire to be tlMr own neljf h-
i hor while their chlidreu are being etlu-
rated. Whirlwind feared Bint they will
be placed at the mercy of w hit- mii, and
I th.it with the whites will com a traffic lu
' whisky, whbh will prove Injurious to the
FLOOD IS DEAD.
Iteath at Mebleliserc. flerswaay. ! Jeeves
('. l..l. the "H.in.si." Millluaalre t.'al.
New Yokk. Teh. !. a polal tele
rrnm from Heidelberg this morning an
nounce th death at that place of Mr.
James C. Flood.
Mr FIcshI sni .t th- he.t of the greatest
tankln- Institution of Han Fr.nrlsctt. and s
snon as the "llonani Millionaire lie was
iirn in New York t ut ! nnd receised a
rtimmon school )irUon. In 143 be .sited
i forfWIlfornla. tnakina lb long )urne .round
I .he Horn He hod trouble sometimes, dls
iptMntmrnla sod failures aud plenty ut
ard sroik untd IsM. whra he teeme
w.e teadlnir partner in lb firm el
FltKtd a ) llrten The kept a liquor sidoen
-tml a s..rt of sn eirbsnre In In these
I men niaile their first intrrstment in thetj.m-
lock l.xle. N'i .!. John W Maekay Joined
them In !. and James f- Pair )viitir tbe
ourth partner In th n,in nc prepertr )!Mt
prtJefte. the ,NV.la bank. In mmpjnf lth
Ialr An I Markar IX Just prarmu. to this
time thst h in Ale tb4t Urxj esll oa the Cli
fornla bank whlrh le-1 to its suspension, and
ic Lie ntally to tbe suicide of Wm C it.Lstoa.
Mr n-M s uraltb I est mtsl ut n,unj.iti.
ie hsd been a, hoc f"r some time, and sj-nt
ctnelerbi tifi.ein Heideitterg. "boe strs
lie sat taktnr
DEATH OF DR. BLISS.
rh llmlnr.lt Surgeon VYhn , I tended
I'r'sldei.l llrlleld surr U tas faraly-
Wc.inwrirt, Feb. 21 -Ur l. W. Illlst.
'.he well-known phvairtan wlio gained a
Nt-nftl reputation oil noeo.mt of Ills
"nnei.n itn tn e.i.e ..rr-M.irni
nrflIiL tlietl hr this tnurntnf nf in-
1 !. l ...I. I 1.. !.! , , '
"'" "ii,e, oj --r-i.rai iiiirrnni;e.
About ten day ago l)r ll!ts ufferel
i slight stroke of paralysis, but hi ndl-
Hon wn not r"gnrdi a nlarming until
f f eterifiy. whn h gresr rapidly ors.
' :iil at fifteen minutes ftr 'trn ici'rk
I thl morning eiplred.
j Ir Itiiss s,, urn Augnst 9. lrv. at Avbera.
' n V When a jftns man t- wrted tr Ue
Western nere of Onto snd rrdtiatt at the
n-T'an1 Mlirs (eCe t tr. In jsrit
! e m'ed to loniA, Mrh and a fr later M
. rad It(tls. hero be m-l"j,JIe a repvlatton
ts a surfenn ftir1iis I lie war he serted as aa
! irmy urr"0 n thirti of the Armory H-i
iiopui mini my. n 'rve, m rresMrtt
r3M '- matter of rf at history
" " flh ef Preside i.araeM. tn lllis.
rrsumM bis prctc hr. s.d u sJts
,tCinJ , u op Ut .v, ,f u '
H Lir X. T H.. Feb. Si Th- fHo-jeee.
It fishing schtner Addle M. Irja
irTtveJ her la-t week frrm th bank
fr extensive repairs. Mn.lr th
rep-.lr were rMnplt,L ami th rsl
not h 1cg a lb-ease und-r U iik-Is.
rlvendl. Vntil-lenera! Phel.n applied
to Co!Wirr Hrrlagf.n for trmlbm to
take a weks prortpjn tn enable fc? t,i
f'tara U the bants and cimp!t- her
rrryage. Vsl wb'n licence htve
not tplrel rstn buy ;iroviioai wliVwt
making sppllritlria. Th mrtn? tle-
grathe,l to Ottawa for advice, and yw-
day Consul -(Joral lli'taa . isforn-l
that tiie vcl cruld tk week
supply, but that the cs was not Uj Le s
MlBts tJeeatass ls .
. IVToe. rb.?T-.The pol4c hrd y.
terday asloptesl the- new J, nt lvtrr
license, which Jarr lvtI Itc&e
frm tljni t it, seerr&d-et. h"ti
lieecse frfcs u :., and eram
rVrtnallers' Ikase trnm v, &n.
Liers.- ui other -Uo are ri: la
WasntTsoTtx. rb. 22. Th jstae eetl
I evening printed the folhmisg Isfraa
l tlos resreired h-re t&-dy fmas fedUtf.
"oil rsakes H j.lb v, asrthat CVn-
gresTB3 TVsi, of IlUtoi. win not bs
j a rsetsto-r f Pr-ldeat-lt ILsrris-Ws
ntr tas tast f Ceest.
enal rfscaie Lave practically dvr.
aiisd U farther restrict fiWir vstttta Vy
sLsUls 4srs two day encii wk. Tan
-d-ws Ugin. to-4Ly. nnd tfc. s,
will he clowed Pri4ay asd mnUy of
eaeh week uj fa-i jKfc.
eewtte ssf it It en at a ffs-uf rweente.
. Ub. Cona-. Fehs. U-Tim eewrc.
nfat as? tW wrweaed het U til
IwIrTwteisraud. Vat farther wteewr
ante lers nsade. A mtmrnsty
SsMsnwr n new
IB I -
sjgjnat mne -
in aa interview last night, referring toU.e , ., hi, ,-.., an.. i"''"'"f",,"-lf
letter made public ia London ywterdajr j au.st.Hl. """fir.T'AJrU
-Mffutf of February i' nd March t I ,.P,K.dence r"! between u I . rri-1-ilad
&ran-.3y of Marrh tl-la -: and M.m.ler Phel,- st Idon. ' .
which Pigott threatened to publish forme f ,Ut-atance or wajca oa. -.. -. -government,
unless his silence was bought, j Hm made public Th. mst lniit.r.
certain documents against the Land the document, are two letter. i.m
t ,t... i K.t(t-.l fo be false SrkvlV to Salisbury and a I as ". r
nnd la which F-aa indignantly rejected from Bayard to th Aarricai M n t r
PisuttV t.ro:.aL said: "These letter at London written iu J -u x
WhirwUid, chef or uie Cheyenne. . "r,M Jnnuarv 1 l whlc th- fww-r
on Colonel Wade. ctMiimandltig ;. ... of Kachsille'a cmr.. a. uns.r
Ken.. . Tuesday f, submit through hlta I am m ,,..,,,.,( ,,-
i petition to tho Pr-sldeut and t,ongrr... ,.. .. . ,.K-i... .i.... -.,. ...
I THE SACK VI LLC AFFAIR.
..j . - - aw rmmvm te C
WABiaTo!. re. 3L IB I"""""'
eeat L Congress yesterday the crte-
ependence in the Sacavlli cat. -.
pn:t of the documente coilt of
I4I tttbIlG -1 in .. iiHM
..r tfc Brtirnt rear. In u
Sackv lie's first letter he state tht tho
MurchWoa Jetur w nrlvale and nit in
traded for publication, and it did uotcsm
rala International reflection up i th
President or hit political course, but that
the eiprelon reflective nrn th IVo.i
dent which were accredited to him wr
distorted newspaper Interview wbih
m arerresenled his statements and which
1 could aot b- replied to without ntsrlng
' upon aadJgnlned ani ueen'v cs.ntro-
v.r.v Three feci wre as.un-l to ere-
at a political jilgncy which r..lted u
I his removal without a sufaiit har ng
I ur proper nolle. n uie
, Utter oa the subject sent
Herberf. aftT he tek charge ef the Ug-
fon. I-rd Sackville again cl at
tention to hi. statement that hi. Mtr .
not Intended for publication, and that h
had been misrepresented In nrwswsr In
terviews; that he was ignorant of th
ground on which hi removal was de
manded during n period wa.n the saattrr
was under adlunt Hes-sv II then
guetoverth history of tbe Pridntia
campaign aad eajre party eaigeecle re
allowed to override Intecnatlusial altv.
and asserts that teUgresns teeaieed at the
White House ledlented thai the Irieh v,.t.
wee .lipping awny (rem the 4swt frto
party and Immediate action was UX
with a lack of courtesy on the part of
Hayard unprecedented in diplomatic his.
Another important document th
letter from Sltnlster Phlp to llav.id
to quote the cases of sadi'lffa. who was
rejected by th Ittlsslart t Jo eminent, an t
the rejection of Iird P inritu bv th
Haulh tloteintnent In 1M1 as precedents
justifying tbe course nf Piesldeut C
CHICAGO is ALTON.
Hnieere Bket Mttiwtnsf t'ost.-lrl.le !
ntsjr In Sleella aU KiesuMs.
CniOA, Feb. Si The annual report of
th Chleago X Alton for th year eud-l
Iecemlwr 31, iMvt. ha bei given eut to
the stockhobUr. Th gio-e eatmngs from
traSicaud interest on temporary invest
meuts of surplus tlurttig the past year
were 11,74 717 The total disburse
ment for operating eipease. tesea, ten I
of lee.e-l lines, Interest on hnde nnd di
blends were y7.asst.wV. A3. Ilaeo. S3I7.
VI2 II. The eosnpnny, therefore, net oaly
eerned the ( per cent, dividend It paid on
its aloes, but ha beside, aserplws nifoser
). Attbsendof yar eh sur
plus cash on hand amounted t 3,As. .
UtsH'4. This I. nearly ulncient Is pay
dividend, nt the rale of per cent, fur th
aucceexllng twuyear. Rut It I net prob
able that ihU fund will have te l sepp
to pay divldende herssnfler. On the cms
trary. the .urplu I nsw likely tu he In
creased this year, a. tsualees. run not .-
slbly I worse than It was last year. 1
wMr at lav
end of 1hs tksan It was at the
Th grts eernlng tlecreaaosl l,?
it 12; t-fvratlng eapen.f der.t fBUX
ll; net earning. dcravl pe27,(rj.7X
While nearly all Western toed. Incraa-l
operating eipeeeee last year, a at the
pievalltnglow rale. a much larger ansoent
of tranV had to he handle! and carried
earn tbe sain amount gross a the year
previous, th Alton, a shown, decreased
It operating eiins ovr fisi.fju) an I
thus .ave.1 Itself from heavy net !.
1 he report ay. that nearly all tb tin
favorable condition, may I directly or
Indirectly traced toHtat tsr Congiessl.'ttat
legislation relative to constructing and
TARIFF RCFORM LEAGUE.
Ttae Ssfoss tsar's saiMttrPrtHg
Cmcsoti, KL SI. tn th eintUn of
the Tariff Iteforru league yeatcrd.s
Iloughton, of Iiekein. offer..! a r.oiulirn
to the effsset t nnt n cinsmlUee iv apj-.lnt-I
to draft a eonstitttlnn end by-law s an I re
jkort on a isettt'el f prm.nnt orgasit
(at text. The re.ulutlon s,tseiii l.y
'llnton Kurt.lsh In an utliuietisph.
rue.ral pekrs eddred!h cuientln
for and ngnlnt a ntotion t.. rfr th res
olution t. th eutstsnittee on rao.tttln.
Tb resoJutUm wne Hit ally laid on the
J Q rtmith. of Ohio, reed n paper on the.
Mill bill and the ftenat soUt'ltit.
Mr. telmuad effeY,! a ro'utiTi i
.-rtig ter.tT on luxurt end fie trade
A dteKat -jggr.td tht Mr rVteiwn Is
he.1 got en nU the wrreag tunttflUus.
Mr. ktst., t,f MmnesxHe. tKst to lay
Kd wends' rolitWm tn th Ube, last eis
der the rule It ;tt i th. Con4H,m.-, tn
A. W. Itwietst. ;( Tetae rd jet-es
e-. "M'Ui end Ore." and nlv;eld fr
lrde stith Mko n . snggt-l
fimvee Clevelned fw Pr Ident In fl.
wfcUfc wne e-ysjdly eppUa led.
At Use sfwrsmi eeeaiee; ringleg frsw
trwi rssKdetiene ersvJatt nadnexsw
nsltfnee ntee wne estseeiaWl ts psu
gnb tsvisT refaesn Hv As use
ps.ker were He. Hegh Tl.K
Hrnee White end Mn7 (Wr. f (
Yorn. Tee feiter nrgnssd In roascisvtun
hie efeench that tney snseeld asnae e grente
gkt tan wne snede in Enra. Tksey
henld sneAe it agat en swieeiais, end
sstas-otneiMiBMi Usa i
MLrCTt. IC.,.. rnv tL-.feer rtleg
4vlv Irttle tsvern nine tsUiee sssrTshesf
h-re. Mendey nvsrieg j re far f nV &
.If' e?rwfed ley n lennnt Bovnasd aClns
Uil. n gf nndnsea Mcseee. nnaassg fieU
... e oeng av4 Iswadsng a eaf g. -k-a
- -.. -es-sewieJiy fell. d::ngtng
- - taw teovi h)t Mia ICiaat
se. Tae ley hit Mi KinfcnL
te ef the tssannt. wto M wekk
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