Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 10, 1881, Page 2, Image 2
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY OCTOBER 10 , 1881- CABINET CHANGES. Indications That There Will he an Early Oliango in tiie Make-up of the Presi dent's ' Advisors , Secretary Lincoln the Only Cabinet Officer that Will be Retained. The Indiotinont Against Qui- toau Presented to the , Grand Jury. A Very Voluminous Document Containing Eleven Counts. The Jury Considers the Matter and Return a True Bill Against the Assassin. Mooting of the Republican and Democratic Caucuses This Morning. A Committee Appointed from Each Caucus to Arrange a Compromise. THE CABINET. HUMOUS AS TO Till : CIIANUGK TO III MADE. CHICAGO , October 8. Waslilngtoi specials say several days ago it was quito generally believed thnt there would bo no cabinet changes until after tor the secretaries had submitted their reports to congress ; but when it is re Tnombored that the subordinates o : the depot tinonts prepare the bulk o the reports , and the secretaries write introductory essays upon the facts furnished them , there is no reason why now men could not as well prepare pare thcso reports. Secretary Lincolii IB the only member of the Garfioh cabinet who is to bo retained. This latter point lias been practical ly settled. It has boon fell by General Arthur that ii ho made any changes they would ) iavo to bo quito general in order to secure a harmonious cabinet. General Grant has not been oflbrred a place in the cabinet and will not bo , ns Gen eral Arthur understands in advance that Grant will , accept nothing. An other point 1ms been well settled and that is that there is no present indica tion of ottering Air. Conkling a place in the cabinet. From talks with Tl senators fresh from the field in Now York it appears that Mr. Conkling will have to endure pnvato life for a year longer at least. Failing in his ? aim to secure his reelection last sum mer and also failing to make himself . felt in the Now York of convention , ho is now in a position dci where ho must do something himself , an If Senator Lapham wore to resign it is not certain that Conklinp ; backed by ArtttjSj-i could , carry the legislature. ThoTrti's of the Lapham intrigue is to postpone any action until Mr. TV Conkling gains some lost ground with sto the public. If ho goes into the campaign La this fall and makes paign himself vt strong by effective work and speeches , vth : then there will bo a chance 'for him. Lapham than will resign Bema time next winter or hold over to the winter - tor following , as the situation de plami mands. cai GUFTEAU. THE IrfUICTMEKT MIESENTEU TO THE fat fati JUHV. "WASHINGTON , D 0. , October 8. po The formal indictment of Charles J , saj Guiteau for the murder of James A. ire Garfield was given to the grand jury cai this morning. It is a voluminous lomi document , consisting of cloven counts. mi The first count recites the date and .in circumstances of the asaaultand death. 10' The second alleges that death resulted saf from the effects of the shot. The third includes the county of Monmouth - mouth , N. J. , and thu Nat county of Washington in the locality whore the deceased languish sta ed and died , and the other counts ov form the legal presentment of the case do to satisfy all requirement in regard 83 to the exact locality of the shooting $21 and the subsequent circumstances 201 Hurrnunding the condition of the or wounded president. The jury con- uidored the matter until noon and then returned a true bill. The pris Ipo oner will bo arraigned next week. 8.- THE SITUATION. 8.J. r. WASHINGTON October 8. The , cau O-i cuses of the two senatorial particu will fh l > o hold to-day. It is probable that each caucus will appoint a committee of conference. The senate is so evenly divided * that sonio agreement be ait tween the two sides is necessary in order to avoid another dead-lock. ul The senators of 'both parties , while ilea they differ now very much about ea which it is the proper course to pur aid sue , believe that both sides , through nu their conference committees , may bo lii able to arrive at some agreement. ini In the first place not all' of the republican senators concede rith the democrats the right to elect a i preM'lunt pro tomporo. Senator Alli how son says the true way to settle every ' w thing would bo to restore the condi Ol tion of things that existed in the son- utn during the last uiiccial Hcsaion. ns Then there was a republican president > and a democratic secretary. A prominent / 'HI ' nont republican senator says that hai Judge David Davis has the key to the i whole situation. The democrats tit can elect their man at the oi \ first , but unless Senator Davis i stands by them they' cannot hold the 'I place. This republican senator did not believe that Senator Davis would , ' 01 sustain the election , of u democratic rii president 'pro torn , considering the make up of the senate and the situ 8 0 ation , If ho docs not , then the re 1 publicans vill propose Senator An " , thony. They would'be perfectly will rhl ' ing to accept Judge Davis , liowovor , . compromse. They are very re- OL luoUnt to consent that there shall be t only one life between Arthur and a VI democratic administration. Prosi- VI ) Udiit Arthur iiiauelf I * very anxious lo. . the rcimVHcAii senators should carry their point. THE CAUCUSES. TIIK RJCSfLT OK TIIIJIll JlEMtlEllATIOXS. WASHINGTON , October 8. The two scimto caucus mot at the capitol this morning , the democrats nt 10 o'clock nnd the republicans at 11 o'clock. Senator 1'ondloton presided over the former < and Anthony over the latter. The absentees nro .Senators Fnir , Far ley ] ( , Slater , * > rover and Hansom on the democratic side , and Edgorton , Harrison 1 , Jones of Nevada , Plait , Sawyer and Van Wyck on the repub lican side. With the exception of F.iir and Platte , who are paired , all are expected to lie hero before Monday. David Davis is expected to-night , nnd Mnhono is nlready in the city. The republican senators elect are in cau cus. \ At 12:15 : p. tn. the republican caucus took a recess for an hour iriv- ing us n reason the absence of ropnb' lican senators , The proposition finm the republican caucus to appoint com mittees of each body to confer as tea a compromise Is being discussed in thu democratic caucus. When the republi cans reassembled they admitted that the real reason of the recess was to learn what the democrats would do. IcT The democrats are still in session. It is generally understood that the re publicans have abandoned all hope of electing a president of the senate , but they still hope for overtures from the democrats < to compromise on a further organization. 1 p m.It is definitely stated that the democrats are solid for insisting on a choice of the president of the scimto nnd a fight on the rest is by no means uncertain. Thu democratic cau cus ! agreed to insist on the election of thu president pro torn as the first net ot the senate. The question whether the senators elect should bo sworn in before the election of thu secretary provoked a protactod debate which is still in progress. The democratic caucus has appointed a committee i , with Senator Pondioton as chairman , to confer with the com asmi mi mittee from the republican caucus nnd re . A recess for half an hour was taken. The joint committee of the two ca boV are Messrs. Pondleton , Garland , Voorhoos , Pugh , Davis , Edwards , Al lison , Logan , Sherman and McMil lan. The Condition of Trade. Nal NEW YOUK , October 8. Spcem telegrams to Bradstreots from thirty seven leading commercial centers con clusively point to the fact that the colder weather has improved the genera en ! outlook. Reports from Chicago , Philadelphia , Baltimore , Cincinnati , Boston and elsewhere , mention a largely increased volume of busi ness in thu several lines over the corresponding week last year , The ; prospects for good trade during the remainder of the year are said to JOn very good. The number of failures n the United States nnd panada re ported to Bradstrcot's during the past week was ninety-live , a decrease of we.w twenty-eight compared with the record the preceding week. The greatest dccroHso is noted in the western ind < southern states. Vigilante. . NatlonaiiusodatcU " 1'rcss. of LAS "VEGAS , N. M. , October 8. Tb Two -of thu four men who robbed the Li store of Brown it Manseannres nt Lamy Junction , recently wore arrested Sucorro Wednesday , and yesterday Coi ' hey wore found dangling from the imb of a coUonwood tree on Metho- At list avenue nt that place with n placard inscribed , "the fate of foot- COI mds and horse thieved. " No names I" au bo ascertained. in rui The Indian "War- latlonal Associated I'rcss. stc SAN i FiiANcisco , October 8. Ro- bu orts : from the Sail Carlos reservation that over four hundred Indians sir now out in difl'orcnt parties. The campaign will probably last all winter. fac Colonel MacKonxio is now in com- brt naud and General Wilcox has re- tin tirnod to Tucson. The Chirachuas mvo crossed the line and are now act safely in Mexican territory. cid en Unfavorable Bank Statomont. wil National Associated 1'rosa. its NEW YOIIK , October 8. The bank dis itatomont is unfavorable. The fol- is owing are the quarter changes : Loans all Jecroaso < , § 4,373,500 ; specie tlocrcaso , of' J3,108,800j , legal tenders incroasn , 400 520,500 ; deposit decrease , 9U.028- of ; circulation increase , $8,000 ; ro- poi orvo decrease , § 57,725. lat nnd A Brnkemnu Shot- ho Special dlspaUh to Tint iKX. LAIIAMIB CITV , Wyoming , October - Jim McKoan , a gambler , shot J. thNe Smith , a brakeman , hero nt noon Ne At o-day. Death is hourly expected , Ni 'ho crime was entirely unprovoked. ing li Woman Suffrage in Utah > err FrancUco Chronklo Correspondence , tra What surprised mo was the cheor- ulness with which daughters nnd vivcs voted a ticket they had every wri . eason to abhor. That morning 1 had cur to a Mormon wife , whoss hus- cm iind hud not yet become a polyga- pile list , " 1 presume you will votofor vcr . udgu Campbellto-day ? " nu "Indeed I will " not , not , she replied oil , emphasis. cur : "Cannon represents polygamy and degradation of woman , ' I replied , J 'while Campbell is the champion of our sex. " ion "I don't want to talk about it , " she uch nswercd , "but I intend to vote for Col good friend of the Church , like Mr. na /uunon , than for an old thing like name Campbell. ' ! Ho "Then you will bo voting for an in- hi titiition that you do not at heart bo- thr eve in. " cov "That is not true , " she rejoined ; > r believe in polygamy. " . Mn "In thu abstract , perhaps ; but how .ml . rauld you feel if your husband should lift ring homo n second wife some day ? " iyi "I would bo perfectly willing. It lals. a part of our religion. " con That conversation completely ex- on mplifivs female sentiment in Utah , riai most fiery advocates of polygamy 5/.o vhom I came in contact with wore oung women , The election that day Nephi as entirely one-sided. Everybody voted for Cannon and at veiling three cheers announced the loriotis result. " ' " "ROVER'S" RAMBLES , A Description of Throe of Ne braska's Fertile Counties. Corrcfjondcnce ol The lice. Ciir.iniirox , Neb , , October 5 , Leaving Norfolk wo pass through I'iorco county , moving north along the course of the north fork of the Elkhorn - horn river. Tierce , the county scat , is the first town wo meqt on the S. 0. t I * . 11. R. , and I'lainyiow , ten milcH further up the river , are the only trading points in the county. These are both very young towns and only about a dozen houses in each. The soil in Picrco and Wayne counties and the southern part of Knox county is mndu up with about the same elements M are usually found in the best agricultural districts of the stnto. Although there are some places that are too rough to cultivate conveniently , yet they are covered with a heavy growth of grass , and being - ing a higher altitude make the best of ranges for grazing purposes. There are hundreds of acres of grass now standing and ijoing to waste for want of slock to utilize it. Land can bo bought at from $3 to § 0 per acre , and in ranges § 3 to 85. In Kriox county there nro still con- sidorahlo quantities of government lands now open for homesteads and timber chums. Over 15,000 acres of these timber lands have boon taken * up daring the past season and still they como. Improvements are on nt n rapid pace in thin country , and when the soil has boon cultivated good crops ara grown. CUKIOHTON comes next , and is nt present the ter minus of thu Norfolk branch of thu 3. . 0. & P. road. Creighton was first known by that name in 1870 , and was located by J. A. Bruce & Sons , who ivero the first settlers hero nnd located a colony and erected n store , which was abandoned in 1877 on account of a boom three miles due north on Bnzilo creek. In the fnll of 1880 the railroad grading reached Crighton. This gave emphasis to the town and since thnt limo there has boon three stores jponed , with two nearly completed. There are now nearly sixteen buildings in town with many moro contemplat ed. There is a mill situ hero that will bo given away to the party who will erect a mill. Speculat nrs are building houses on their lands in this vicinity , and selling them together with any quan tity of land desired , on long and easy terms , and I will hero say to parties who nro looking for rural homes there are no localities that oiler moro or la better inducements than this. Thu \ \ soil is fertile , indeed rich , and at Picrco , Plainviuw , Croighton and Ba : xilo mills , all branches of merchan Rai dise are represented , nnd at fair prices , fall thus giving the homesteader a near rep market and supply point without the It.era inconveniences and perils of old time era frontier lito. , See advertising column for business directory. ROV.BII. Look Oat for Sudden Changes weather , and guard against thorn by using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. octSoodlw Bnelle Mill * . C Correspondence ol Tlio Bee. BAZILE MILLS , Neb. , October 5. Bazilo Mills a woolen factory is in course of construction. A largo Hour- ing ! mill was put up by Brooks Bros , the summer of 1877 and is now running. The year following three stores nnd eight or ton dwellings wore built nnd so wo find it to-day. The Bazilo Mills company are do- airious of obtaining the honor of manu facturing the first woolen goods in Ne braska. Machinery will bo put in this winter ready for use in the spring. This town is evidently waiting the action of the railroads which will de cide its course. Should it ho left out entirely which is not probable it will always hold its own on account of location and water powers. For a distance of six to ten miles around it n i beauteous country with occasion ally an improved farm , a rank growth vegetation. Mr. Goo. Brooks grow < bushels of potatoes on 11 ncros P land.this summer. The northern portion of Knox county is very undu P lating , sometimes bluffy , is high , dry sheltered , and is the natural homo ; of the RIIEKI- . Several f large flocks are now grazing1 therein , ami wool growing in northern Nebraska is no longer an experiment. Cruighton I took the stage line for Niobrnni , ( see time table in advostis- " column ) thirty miles by moon light , the broad plain with its north billowy bluffs making a very nt- traotivo scene. ROVEII. .Tncob II. Bloomer , nf vnyllle , If. Y- . ivrltcs : "Your Tlininait1 Kclectrlo Oil lured a badly Dwelled neck and t > oru throat my ; son iu forty-eight hour * . One np- Tl ilicutinn also removed the pain from a cry Bore toe. My wife's foot wa also inicli inflamed HO much to tint site a uld MOfV walk about the house ; ulie applied the V nnd in twenty-four liouru wan entirely C uretl. " codlw M/ MX A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. For the speedy euro ot C'onsumpUl and all diseases that lead to it , as stubborn coughs , neglected 063 Jolds , Bronchitis , Hay Fever , Asth- ream , pain in the side and chest , dry ) lacking cough , tickling in the throat Imrn. lo.irsenoss , Sore Throat , and .all > t hroniu or lingering diseases of the hroat and lungs , Dr , King New Dis- every has no eqmil and has established itself a world-wide reputation , dairy leading physicians recommend HBO itiiithoir practice. The form- from which it iu prepared is high- roh recommended by ull medical joir- | . The clergy and the press have Complimented it in the most glowing onus. Go to your druggist and get n bottle free of cost , or u regular for 81.00. For Salj by d(5 ( ( IKH it MnAUimv Omaha. C. F. Manderson , ftiTTORNEy-AT. W. t JfnubimSt , Omaht N Great German REMEDY ron R&EDXAim NEURALGIA , SCIATICA , LUMBAGO , BACKACHE , GOUT , SORENESS or inn CHEST , SORE THROAT , QUINSY , SWELLINGS SPRAINS , FROSTED FEET mo EARS , 13 XT U. IV G JLKO SCALDS , OEttEBAL TOOTH , EAR HEADACHE , JKD All other Fains \ ACHES. I'repcrfttlon &n tartti e > | iialt ST. JAC'OM OIL &i lii'K , suite , Jlurir. and ctiCAf Kiternal Jttnudj. A trill tauili but the raip r tlrtly trifling outlay of M UciiTf , and enrjr oni mlhilng with fain can ban cb i [ ) and foiltln I roof of III clalmi. I WIlEl-riOM IN KUTE.N LANGUAGES. SOtO IT AIL IIDQOISTS AND DtAURS IN MIOICME. A. VOQELER A CO. italttmore , Md. , V. S.A. ifOSTETTGlft " n * * CELEBRATED l | A AXTV5 \ F DlminlBhed Vigor. Isi reimbursed In great uictsuro tothoio troubled \\lth neak kldnots , l > y a Judicious so of Itostet- tci's Stomach Hitters , which Imigoratcs and stlraulatca without exciting the urinary or- irans. In conjunction with Its Influence upon thorn , it correct ) acidity , Improves .ippctitc , and In c\ cry way conducive to health nnd neno . Another marked is itg repose. quality control aver fccr and ague , and Its power of pro\ online erally. . For sa'e by all Dru .lsts anil Dealers gen 1 .CO B 01 ] 01B Ve and KS kind raca tin 1I06T ForuLA * ! Tui BUT SILLINO ! FHE OVALCHURN THE BKSI OlIDRNS AND A Q ° ICKEK 1081 CON- T 'J TUAN AN1 E VKNIENP OTIi Ell QjIOHN UUUHN MANDFAO * IX THR DI TUKKD , MAHKEI. ATE nuf cturcJ In flvofluB , 4,6 , B , 10 ind 1 kllong. U Iwi 110 cetrinc. tlemo no nolia Itofc Its worleislly nd qutcVly , nd seta the irtrost amoin t of I utUr from Uio milk or ; li uisuo from the tent ush lumber , ( t Om Ulai uloiscr price than any ntlicr flnt-tlati . tieiid lor dLicrlpUvo ilrculw and price to the Bl W. I J , E. BRADLEY , Corner 10th nd WebtterStt. In i c * Oyttcrt Diul tiamo conitantly on hand iul er r < l In Ih * l te t tjlo. Ya B. D. MoLATJOHLIN , ITTORNEY - AT - LAW And Notary Public , ( Frenzler'i Block , Oppo lte Poit Office. RE D. S. BENTON. ITTORNEY-AT-LAW Thl Does AIIUACII BLOCK , on III Doughi ISUiSU. OuuhaNeb of be BuntocR ! BITTERS Mrs. J. O. IlouerUon , Plttautin , PH. , writes : " ! ni sulTcrlnfffrompcncral deMlltv. want of np. petite , constlintlon , etc. , no that MroM ft bur den ; nfter mini ? Hurdotk fllood Hitlers I felt lift- tcr tlmn forj care. I cannot pralso Jourlllttcrs too tnucli , " It.Olbtx. nf nuffAlo , N. V.irltrs : "Vour Itunlock lllooil Hitters , In chronic ill'u scnol the Mooil. Ihcr nnd kl < lnc\8 , lia\o liccn tlKnallv mnrkcil with nucccss. I have eil thim iiijclf wltli lic t nstiltn , for torpidity of the Ihcr , mid In CT on ( n friend of inlno [ feting fromdiopsy , the cflctt wai man clous. " Urnco Turner , Rochfacr , N. Ytwrltc : ' "I liave liccn mlijeet to Ncrloua illsordcr of the KIJiioju. and inublo ta nttcnd to Inislncss ; DiinlocK lllooa HlttorB rollcMi ! mo before lialf nliottlo wns Uwd , I fell conflUcnt that they will entirely euro inc. " E < A'cnlth Hall , HIiiKli.iinpton , X. Y. , writes : ' 'I ' nulTcroil with a dull pain through inv 'clt lung nnd ehoutdcr. Ix > t my iiuiritq , nppetlto and color , and could tilth dUllciillr l.eep up all day. Took your Durdack Wood Hitters M di rected , nnd lirucfclt no jialn slnio first Meek af ter usint ; them. " .Mr. Noah llattw , Elmlra , N. Y. , write * : "About four jcnrmigo I had an attack of bilious fcicr.nnd nc\er ' fully rctotcrcd. My dljfeitlte onrani wcro weakened , nnd I nould 110 completely pros trated for dayn. Alter iulii tuo bottlcx of your Ilnrdock lllnod Hitters the iinptoicnicnt wna so \h l lllo thnt I uni nsitonhheil. 1 can now. though 1we Jems of age , do a lair and reasonable daj's work. C. Itlackct Itoblnson , proprietor of The Canada Presbyterian , Toronto. Out. , writes : "Forjcara suffered greatly from oft-recurring headache. I used jour lltirdock lllood Hitters with happiest rcsiiltx , and t now find mjEclf in better health than for } cars past. " Mrs. Wa1laccHufTalo , N. Y , writes : ' ! have used IHirdock Ulood Hitters for ncnous and bil lions headaches , and can recommend It to anyone requiring a euro for bllllousncus. " Mrs. Ira Mullholland , Albany , N. Y , writes : "For BCI oral j cars I have suffered from oft-rccur- rlnz : billions headaches , dyspepsia , and com plaints ( Kculiar to my sex. Since lining jour Burdock Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved. " Price , 91.00 per Bottle ; Trial Bottle * 10 Cts FOSTER MILBUM & Co , , , , Props , BUFFALO , N. Y. Sold ' at wholesale by hh & UcMahon and C. F. 3oodnion , } o 27 cod-mo AuetB Heproeentcd 882OOOOOO O. ActUo Flro and Life aKents wanted. C. T. TAYLOR & CO. 14th & Douglas st Tl DON'T IT BURN I My house and furniture is insured wjth 0. T. TAYLOR & CO. , Cor 14th and Dour-las. T BASUTZ & WELLS , 1422 Douerlaa St. , ? * < < 5th. Before < removing to their new PERA HOUSE STOEE Will sell their stock of BOOTS 1 SHOES At Greatly Reduced Prices. ( WISE'S Grease NEVER GUMS ! , Uaed on Wagons , IlURglo * , lleapcra , Threahero Mill Machinery. It la INVALIMBLIC TO FAUM AND TXAUUTKIUI. It cures Hcratchcs and all of Borco on Hones cd Stock , on well u on . OLAEK & WISE , Manufs , 305 Illinois Street , Chicago FOIl I'HICES. jo -6m.b DISEASES OF THE BYE & EAR . L. B. GRADDY , Oculist and Aurist , W CLINICAL ASSISTANT IN ROYAL LONDON.OPHTHALMIO HOSPITAL. olcrcuccsall itcputablo Phyilclang of Omaha. OrOfllce , Corner 15th and Farnham 8t . , mahn. Neb au'JSmetf act Dialoiid Coal Co , II LOOM IS , J. S. NEWELL , fREtf. SKC. ANDl'HIAII. I. L. MILLKIt , Ao r. W HARD OR SOFT COAL car iota or In quantities to Bull purcluuen Ordcn Solicited. ' rard ; , Foot Farnham and Doug las Sts. , Omaha. Geo. P. Bern is IEAL ESTATE AGENCY 15th and Dodge 6ti. , Omaha , Neb. , agency poc BTRICTLT * brokerage huilneaa. not ipcculate , and therefore any 1 book ! are Innured to IU patroni , iniitead bclns : gobbled up by the areni'J J WHOLESALE- LUMBER , COAL & LIME , On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. , soSOnicly WHOLESALE BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER -AND DKALKK IN Wall Paper and Window ShadesS. 1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. Oe4.l..o.iy MARBLE HEAD LIME CO.'S Double Strength White Lime ST. PAUL LUMBER YARD C. NT. IDI Lumber , Lath , Shingles , Thirteenth ) and California Streets , OMAHA , - - - NEB. Bc21mclm HEADQUARTERS -FOI MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. We desire to call the special attention of the trade to our elegant lines ( at BOTTOM PRICES ) of Underwear , Cardigan Jackets and Scarfs , Buck Gloves , Overshirts , Overalls Hosiery , &c. , now open. Wholesale only. SHREVE , JARVIS & CO. , Comer Fourteenth and Dodge Sts. WHOLESALE V DRUGGISTS. ISH & McMAHON , 1406 DOUGLAS STREET , MAHA , NEB. The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAIL ORDERS. Jy 18-me IE1. O. ZMZORGi--A.ET. : WHOLESALE GROCER , 1213 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb. FEARON & COLE , Commissson Merchants , 1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb. Consignments , , made na will rcceti e prompt attention. . References : State Bank , Omaha : Platt , . . & Co Ilaltlmore ; Peck & Bansher Chlcaito ; 11. Wcrk & Co. , Cincinnati. Jo B. Detwiler's CARPET The Largest Stock and MostCom plete Assortment in The West. HTe Keep Everything in the Line of Carpets , Oil cloths , Matting , Window-shades , Fixtures and Lace Curtains. rVE HAVE GOODS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY. \ JK , 'OC'JHCB FX.W I ! 1313 Farnham St. , Omaha.