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THK DALLKS, WASCO COUNTY, OltlWOX, WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMHKU 12. I8!)l.
eHp o , limit
Sln h Au;iii''1lmi for a
SHE WAVIKD TO SEE THE SICIITS
A 'ri'r hul, a Ssasdarer tlaagad.
aad an Karl !! Muih I.
Am.asMlltr l ltalr Trao.
W in.roN, iKf. 7. A very Inipor
Unt opinion aa to tin Mitirtiatillt t y of of
4ivr nt the regular artuy to Jurie
(ji. li.'ti of inuiiit'il court wa rendered
lodv I'l responw to reqoeel (rm
th secret, rr of war, the attorney -genera!
rendered optotoii to the rffccl that
h expre. i "law of th land," in
V':h article . i war, include city or
dinance at). I by-law, end therefore
that a ro'iper may be arreated, tried and
punished by the proper civil utho.itic
(or the violation of a city ordiuance, and
that if lie eecape to military reserva
tion, hi surrender may I demanded by
tie proper civil authorities, and should
be made ly tli military oulcer in ct
sjand." Tina opinion, it sustained, v ...
have a far-reaching effect upon th um
o( soldier in organlred municipalities,
artiiv officer fearing that in certain
- the army will lx powerlcs to act
ia .n'i of disor der aimilar to that whtrli
existed in Chicago, if a buari of alder
aien pa an ordinance prohibiting th
public appearance of troop under armt.
l-nrnx. IVc. 7. A bill of aala of lha
Seti Telegraph to th Poet-Intelligencer
wa tiled with the auditor today.
The consideration ia specified a tl and
other valuable consideration to aum
t debt of ylO.L'tt.'too typesetting machine,
otherwise the Telegraph ia to tw dellv
fed free of all Incumbrance. The
P.at-lntrlliguncer agree to carry out
the city printing and advertising con
tracts a far ai poesible, but reserve lha
rif!it to reject any. A mortgage
al) tile. I today by lha Pot-Iiilelligenrer
for 10).ia0 to Jacob Forth, banker, aa
trustee, on th Poat-Intelligencer and
Telegraph plant. Tin Poet-Intelli-
frnrer aid iaatin lnU fur 10D,ni.
(tnlaa Kllliaa; Maalsaaa aa lha
C'in or Mmo, Ic. 7. The lt-l
rrfiort from the (inatemaian frontier
tatr a Irxican colonel, uiemto-r of the
U:f of General l.'illane, haa been aaaaa
inatrd by I inatemalana, and from un
official 'iiirrr. It ia learned a company of
170 Mexican had a akirmiah with 4K)
(iuatemalan gucrriilaa. In which two
Mt-xt-an aoldier were killed. Tliia par-tir-jljr
txxly of u.ounted (iautemalao
rr rrpirted itill hovering about the
irinitv of the Mexican trrxpa, but it ia
Ulin.M, after making the attack, they
rrt.rH to the titialemalan aide of the In
tTimti'inal line. Should official inform
ation confirm thee report it I highly
pr-i'.aUc the Mexican goTernment will
at no demand reparation in a aatia
fa Uiry manner for the outrage.
Another Hraak by I la.alaail.
t A-tTi!(jri1 l-c. 7. I'reaident
"vfiain I. a. tent a cable mcn.ago here,
ay in if he ha reconaldprt-d hi decision
not to oend an American delegate with
Hi" Tiirkuli commlaaion ajfHintd to tn
'Piire into the Armenian outrage, and
"ill ail w the American legation here to
n Mi.iiiato a delegate. The Tnrkiali gov
rriifierit 1 inanifMtinff a irreat ileaire to
- m m
li" the power that the United Htate
a tir-t akl to aend a delegate with
the Arturnian miiiriilHmn. bnt diMlined.
Tle Karl of Klmberley, Itritlah eecre-
ury of ctate of foreign affair, wh alao
"'liKtitftd to nominate delegate, and
Imo, Dec. 7. A Shanghai dinpatch
"ay the Chineae at Port Arthor are mak-
ng preMnt to the Japanean who re-
ntly captured that place. They ar
giving dramatic performance for the en
'ertainment of the liUr. The linn
l'l.atch ay the Chinese merchant en
W in the hipplrg trade re tranifer
ring their veel to the protetaion of
foreign flag. A itrong anti-foreign feel
"till exiat in Peking, but deapite
that fm t the famllie of the Iiritlah and
('iiian rniniater are returning.
Wmiait ta ea Maw Tarb.
N York, Iec. 7. Ite laat night
handwime, lrk-hairel yonng woman,
-'ay with diamond, wa arreated In
Krmti-r fi liial',' on charge of diaor-h-rly
conduct. At the Thlrtlth-treet
l-ilire aUtiou he auid aha wa Annie
Willi, '1 year old. She aid ah III
a California girl, and hud come to New
York to ae what it wa like. Slia wa
topping at the Kilili avenue hotel he
I auaa..fl llaak Mabbarr-
i.iNXBia, Mo., Iec. T. Sherltr llart.in
Ima receive 1 word from Marcel I no that
the Ural National bauk of that city wa
ikon into Wvdueaday, the vault
blown open with dynamite and (il.OOt)
St. Lou, Dec. 7. Advice direct
from Marcel I ne, Mo., aay that the crack a
men tailed to got a cent from the Ki ret
targa4 Aauarieaa Haail.
1-onimi. , 7.A telegram from
llelfaat aay SO.(XK) American chool
bond have len placed In Ireland and
$1J5,(XX) fu I bunion during the laat ten
year. A large amount of thee aecurl
tie are believed to have been (urged
work. The placing of the alleged forged
ecurllie 1 !d to have len done by a
member of an American banking houe.
Due of the partner ! reported to have
A eamaambMlUt'e Itealb.
Naw Yoaa, Doc. 7. Mary Ita.tido,
aged M, of Jersey City, ha been ubjtx-t
to eomoaiiibulLm for eome time. At 4
o'cltN'k yvtterday morning ahe left her
bed aud crawled out of a roar window to
an rxUnelon. Then ah walked to the
Bilge and fell Into the yard, about four
teen fuet below. Ilia left arm wae frac
tured, and ahe waa lujured about the
bead. She died at noon.
KaOIUallaa mm Tab lag Kavl ml Iba
I Mn iMaaaigrallua Treal.
WaaiiKuto.t, tec. C The prealdeiit
lotiar aigned a proclamation announcing
the ratification and taking ttf.-vt of the
new Chineae Immigration treaty. Sec
retary (.ireaheiu'a proclamation i pre
claely almllar to thoae uaually iued In
eui-h caae, and la con Hoed to a recital f
the text of th treaty, with notice to the
public of it ratification.
raraaar llaallag Vallla Thtete.
)fiMiaav, Oklahoma, IVc. 7. A
poaee of farmer who have been follow
ing a band of horte and rattle thieve
near the Gloa mountain, lu Cheyenne
and Arapahoe cuunlie, acveuty mile
wet of llenneeaey, captured three of
the thieve and drove the reat away,
after wounding eeveral.
I.KilNuroM, Ky., Iec. 7. Frank Me)
era, a convict, after teatlfying In court,
wa fatally ahot today, lie broke away
at the jail d'tor, knocking Ib-puty Wtl
keraon down. The prieoner ran down
the atrcrt, Mlowed by Wllkeraon, who
fired thrte ahote, felling the priainer.
Meyer waa aervitig a ats year' aentence
A Maraarar M
lUwi.me, Wyo., IVc. 7. Krank Slow
ard wa hanged here today f r the mur
der of Charlca IJorn of Dixon iVcem
brr Slat, in a fit of jealoua rage
cauemj by Horn' altentiou to lirai-e
lllgtold. Howard waa calm, but very
pale. He male no atatement. HI
neck wa broken by the fall.
Tba aar mm lha larcjr.
WaaaiiAW, Dec. 7, It 1 atateil here
the cxar ha Informed ieneral (iourko,
governor of Waraaw, that he miiet net
inUarfere with' Catholic clergy, (ieneral
Goiirko, who tendered hi fraignatlon on
the let lnt., I to be ucceeded by Cintit
Poachkln, now governor of Odcaaa.
Waaeral aa Old Waal tnlil
laarbar. I'a Away.
Naw Yohk, Ibc. 7. (ieneral Hlaklm
P. Scammon died In AndnUin Park to
day. He wa a graduate from Vet
Point In Is;i7, aerved in the military
academy a profeaaor of ethic and
mathematical, and wa a tutor of (iene
ral (irant, Uoeecran and Newton, and
wa a room-mate of (ieneral Iiraifg.
Karl at 0r..r llaad.
Loxdom. Dec. 7, Tho Hidden death of
the Karl of Oxford I announced. Ha
ill be tlreeeded by hi nephew, Kobert
Horace YYaljole, who, In 18, married
Ml Ixjulee Mellea Cor bin, of New
York, and wa ued for breach of prom
ie by a German governe of Con-
tiaraalllnf Meah 'a.hlar.
Fobt Vohth, Te., I. 7. Caahler
lirlce. of the City National bank, It re
ported to be a defaulter in the anin of
37,OOo. The lo ha been made good,
and the bank declared perfectly lound.
Servant There' a horrid tramp at the
back door. Mlatre Hhow him right
up to the best bedroom and then go out
intheetreet and ihrlek. (luick, or he
will get away. The A tor Indeed I The
The keleUn in the rloaet wa not able
to conceal it delight when the old man
kied the hired girl. "That mean a
room-mate for me, nr a a gun," it
Wan WanltMi t,f Wash
HE WAS SMOKf l HIS AttOlXTS
Tuw llaotl' lluam tint a Ituual Vrum
riall mt Naw tarb aa.l luay ut
Taibl.h tlaa r Ualaaaa.
Naw Yomk, Iec. . (Mimmunicatiuna
fruui the iurte to the llritiih foreign
ofllc Indicate that the Hue of defenae to
be puruet regarding the Armenian atru
citie will iw that I he Armenian and
Kurd both engaged m a civil war; that
outrage were committed on both aide.
Turkluli regular were called upon to
upprmt the feud, aud finding the Ar
menian entrenched, called iikii them
to aurreuder. The Armeniaiie re(uael,
and were thereuoii attacked by the
troop, who acre at flrt reputaed.
It I admitttxl that a number of Arme
nian who aurreiulered upon lielngof
fertnt rdou for their (hare in the die
turbance were execute.1, but the alory
that fortified village were tormed by
the troop, that they might murder the
male Inhabitant and outrage the
women, are denied. Sekkl I'auhl, who
I In command of the force that ia aid
to have committed the outrage, haa
tanned the women who were taken prie
oner by the Turkish trooi to l rhwely
gnardml. The Informant, referring to
th lubject, aay if the xrt ahall fail to
piinl.h the guilty partie the only alter
native will l Kumpean ntvuation of
Agala.t Wanaaa la I'alUI.
Aiumi, (ia., Iec. M. Ily a vote of
77 to 66 the legislature haa et it face
againat any elfort in the way of bringing
women into politic, (iovernor Atkln
eon, on aauming olllee, waa aniioii lo
make Mia Helen Iorti h, a gocxl-look
Ing literary woman of 18 year, hi pri
vale eecretary. It waa found that the
preceding legislature had conferred a
military rank Dku that office. Through
Itepreeentatlve Itobfeullet (iovernor At
klnaon then aougbl to have an act
paeecd making women eligible to bold
atatehouae clerkahlpe, with the view of
appointing Mia iKirtc h to the place of
aaaiataut librarian, and it wa thi
measure which the legislature uelched
yesterday, (irand Maater Shannon, of
the Masonic fraternity, has ottered (iov
ernor Atkinson the nan of hie name for
the apMiliitmnt, with the view of con
ferring the place upon Mis lortch a
aiandartl Oil Maa;aie.
Til xa, Tel., !. H. Attorne) -(ieneral
Henry (aid today:
"I am nut atlilerty to give out the
precise course that till state will pursue
In tho Standard Oil prnsecutiou. A to
the situation in New York, we will try
to remove any defect in the requisition
paiere, and will have counsel to repre
sent us, on (iovernor Hogg' application.
Should our requisition to the governor of
Missouri be refused, the same courae will
be pursued. Aside from the tilxed
defect in the paper, the governor of New
York certainly ha no ground for refus
ing to grant the requisition. The effort
of defendant to avoid coming to Texaa
will be futile."
A I'blrag llla Klaaad Wllb Iba IV If
of Aaalbar Maa.
C'lili aoo, Dec. It waa discovered
to-lay that Conrad 1 fancy, one of the
most prominent Chicago divinea, has
elojied with Mrs. lieorgo V. Hrandt,
wife of the manager of a prominent bak
ing powder company. Haney is the
pastor of th aristocratic Union church
on l-ake avenue, and ha been recently
prominently spoken of a the aiiiressor
o' Professor David Swing, tor the pastor
al of Central church. He left a hand-
nine wife ami toiir children dnstiiuie.
It I atated Hrandt caught hi wife and
the preacher yesterday at a down-town
hotel, and Hrandi gave the minister
twelve hour to leave town. Hanley did
not wait, but Mew, accompanied by Mr.
Traaaary Official ".'leased.
Wasiiihotoh, Dec. 8. The alight, but
steadily sustained lmpoveiiient In
treasury flnancee since the varloue pro
vision of the new tariff law are becom
ing operative, and buainns being ad
justed to the changed tariff schedule
I very allfying to treaanry oftlclnl.
Thi Improved condition I hnwn In the
dully receipt, which, for the month of
December to date, aggregate (l,r00,()tM),
nearly l,(X(0,0IM) a day, Sundays exclud
ed. Of the receipt, :l,0.V,r,2:i have
lieen from custom, an exces of ".'iO,-
(XX) over the same period last December,
thus Indicating a total revenue from this
source for the month of Ik-cembur be
tween f rj.lMXi.tHM) and $I.'I,(XKMXNI,
against $IO,(HKi,(XX during November
SKtrria. Dec. 8. A Walla Walla
special say: Warden J. A, Cobleutx,
of the stale H-nltentiary, shot himself
through the bead at 5:30 thi evening.
He bad leen aked lo resign by the en
Itenllary rommlasloiiera, and ll i sup
posed killed himself liecauu be feared
the humiliation of removal.
Colilenll was formerly acting collector
of cuitoms, and about tour year since
klllvu Holt, the muggier, ami wa
severely blamed for It. He also killed a
man in Arkansas before he came here.
He wae In the government emoloy In
Head's Huam lirawlaf.
Vaiuoton, Hh, M. Keed' boom
lor the presidency grows, there was
gossip about the house today that Tom
Piatt had Intimated a preference for
iteed, and this, coupled with th under
standing thai IJuay ha come out for the
Maine statesman, served to give Heed
stork a Ihjoiii. Plait and Quay opxmed
Harrison at Minneapolis, aud in the
minds of republican leader there I no
llkliliood id their aupport being raptured
lor the ex-president.
alarm la Iba Asere.
Uinixis, IVc. 8. A dispatch from St.
Michael' report that 'a violent hurri
cane passed over the Axoree island.
Pouta del (iada (the largeat town of the
A nor e I breakwater demolished by float
ing rock. A crane on the dock wa wepl
away, and the (ierman brig Adelheld
wa totally lost with part of her crew.
The Hritish steamer Ilunl waa also badly
damaged, and the Hritish etea::ir fr'ul
well broke aulrtft and wa damaged In
Ala af Mrlgaadaga.
CoNBTAXTINOI'l 1, Ibjc. 8. The JKirtO
received dispatches from the governor of
Van, dated November '.1', lM-einher (I,
announcing acts of brigandage there,
anl the capture of a part of a baud of 50
Armenians who wore th Kurdish dress,
and were armed with modern rilles.
Sit of the prisoner belong to the Ar
menian revolutionary committee. Sev
eral were killed and wounded on both
sides during a skirmish, previous to the
capture of the brigands.
I.amino, Mich., Icc. 8. A largely at
tended conference of freo-ailver demo
crat of Ih slate, Including some of the
moat Influential member of the party,
adopted resolution here yesterday
pledging every honorable effort to get
th party In thi state to adopt free sil
ver coinage a the leading Issue in the
next campaign. An executive commit
tee of laenty-one was named and an
Me Naerad In lrln(.
I A no ki k, Cal., Iec. 10. Joe II.
( on rail, a former llelenajiiicrcliant, who
sought to commit suicide by taking
strychnine, succeeded lu dying at his
hotel, where ho baa levn under the
care ol the city phyilclan since hi at
tempt lo take hi life Friday laat. Hi
wife waa in the city at the time of hi
IMslrlel of I iilsmlila fmy.
WAaiiiNtiTox, lec. 10.Today lieing
the second Monday In tho month, under
the rules, the house devoted it time to
the consideration of District of Columbia
business. On motion of Heard, of Mis
souri, chairman of the District of Colum
bia committee, the Iioiiso went into com
mittee of tho whole.
Nr Nsrs Head.
Wasmi.notom, Dec. 8. Dr. J. Mill
Hrowne, ex -medical director and ex-aur-geon-geueral
of the Ignited State navy,
died laat night of paralysis, aged (l-'i.
Hrowne was attached to tho Kearinrgo
during the civil war, and wa aboard
her when she sank the Alabama, He
wa retired a mrgeon-genrral May 10,
He abet Twa Hrnlbar.
Ckkhii.lk, N. M., Dec. 10. Klutorio
Ley ha shot F.mli d'leo In the head at
llena Itlanra laat night. The shooting
wa the result of an old grudge. David
d'lao, F.iiiH' brother, asked Iyha why
he ahot Fuill. Therefore Iyha shot
David just below the heart. K.mll will
recover. David will die.
(lovaranr Wllhool ttaawlna ll.
Si'biNoriuLi), III., Doc. 8. (Iovernor
Altgnld ha gone to Hot Spring for hi
health and I.leutonant-t iovernor till I
in California. This make Dayton
Craft, caker of the house, governor
pro tent. Craft I In Austin, Cook
county, tinawara o bid importance.
New boy Lady want lo see you, sir.
Fortune teller Who i she? "I don't
know." "Then follow her home and
find nut. How the dicken am I going
to tell a woman' fortune if I don't know
who she la?" New York Weekly.
Secretary Details Hie Fea
tures of His New llau.
II01SE COMMITTEE 0.V HAMKIXC
National Maahlua; Should No! ta
Allaretl-.lajustlea Doas iba Male
mt V a.bl(lua--lu Iba llaa.e.
Wasiiimotom, Iiec. 10. Secretary Car
lisle appeared before the house com
mittee on banking and currency today
to present in detuil the feat urea of the
new currency p an prooed In hie an
nual report and Indorsed in the presi
dent' message, ltesldc the full mem
bership of the committee Senor Homero,
the Mexican minister, and many mem
ber of congress mere present. Carlisle
took n peach section o his recommen
dations. First To repeal all la requiring or
authorising the depoelt of I'nlled Statea
bond aa security for circulation, and
second, to permit national banks to Issue
notes to an amount not exceeding "i per
cent of their paid-up and unimpaired
capital, bnt to require each bank before
receiving notes to deposit a guarantee
fund consisting of I'nlled States legal
tender note of Ih'.s), to the amount of
30 -r cent Un the circulating notrs
This percentage depend upon the cir
culating note outstanding lo l main
tained at all time, and whenever the
bank retire ita circulation in whole or
In part, l! guarantee fund I to lie re
turned to it In protection to the amount
of note retired.
Carliale said he wae satiefled the pre
sent law requiring the present depoeit
of a bond to eecure circulation prevented
an elasticity of currency. He aid:
"Th proviiion outlined give ample
protection without the depoeit ol bond
aa required by the present law."
Carliel said the practical value of the
reserve fund currency wa shown in IHVK1.
There wa a demand for money, aggre
gating f400,000,000. The treasury did
ita licit to meet the stringency, but by
lb time the Doles were ready to dis
tribute the demand had gone by, and
many of the packages of notes aero re
The pecretary invited criticism on this
Chairman Spriugor asked how the
secretary 's plan differed from tho Haiti
Carlisle explained the technical differ
ence. The llallimoro plan promised a
dexait of .V) per cent under certain Con
ditione, w bile the treasury plan prowd
a deposit of :U) per cent. When a batik
fail the treasury plan contemplates an
asse-isment on all national banks, they
lu turn having a lien on the failed bank.
Kepresentative Hall, of Missouri, sug
gested there wa a prevailieg opinion it
wa unsafe to place the power of the
currency lu the hands of corporations
"It will work automatically," said
Carlisle." The tanks will not expand
the currency tin less the public need It.
Their interest will be to expand and con
tract n common interests demand it.
Thrio interest w ill, therclore, control at
The secretary further said: "Thi
flexibility waa much more desirable than
rigid system, by which a certain
amount of currency waa outstanding.
At onu time the stringency was no great
the bank dr,ew otil f 13,000,000, under
pressure, and if it had not been for the
Canadian banks, who sent currency In
to this country, serious result might
Controller ol Currency Fikels ap
peared before the committee ami made
an elalxirate statement. Hu contended
the national banking law were not to Imj
lightly dealt with and should not be
altered unless It was absolutely known
the change would be beneficial.
rinnnrlal Crisis la Newfannillaart.
Sr. Joiin'm. N. l, lec. 10. The
Commercial bank of Newfoundland,
having headquarters In this city, sus
pended payment this morning, owing
to tho failure of several ot the largest
fish exporting bouses to respond to
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
liabilities lo the bank. This ha In
volved other banks, and 1 s crippled
some concern here. Four have closed
their premises, aud others will cloae to
morrow. Small di posltore are demand
ing gold from the union and saving
bank, and the gold reserve I being
adlly drained, if they are able t
r et a run, everything is safe, bnt the
chief dunger the difliculty in getting
more gold Into the counLry. At present
the people are very M-aielul, and mine
are unable to appreciate the gravity of
the situation, linsiuess men are trying
to effect an arrangement with lndon
bankers or with the Canadian concern
which will be urged to extend business
to thi center.
A r-lgbt With Rubbers.
Foar Wokth, iHic. 10. Four men Im
plicated in th Hen lirooke' train rob
bery by the confession of Sam F'.vant,
nephew of Captain Sam F'vana, of this
city, are now in jail here, and the offi
cial claim to have a sure case against '
them a I. The four prisoner are Sam
Kvans, of this city, who is highly con
nected : John Ward, Walter Sullivan
and Walter (iardiner, all young farmer,
who live within a mile of where the rob
bery waa committed. F'.van claim hi
share of the plunder wa largo enough to
fi him all right after lie got through
with the trouble.
A Waab-Raead Mara.rtr.
MiNsaApoi.is, lb-c. 10. Clau A.
I'.lixt, the confessed murderer of Cather
ine (iing, 1 a pitiable object today. He
weeps continually and say he want to
die. He says Hurry Hay ward controlled
him, as he did Mir (jing, by hypnotic
power. A largn crowd assembled in
fionl of the municipal court Usl ay ex
pecting Hlixt would arraigned, and
ominous muttering were beard. It wa
decided Hlixt should be taken directly
befortt the grand jury. After reading
Hlixt' confession, Howard said the
story wae a fake, concocted by Hlixt to
sase his neck.
ll Tara.d Oa tba Uaa.
Sam Fkancisco, Iec. 10. Charles
Johnson and (iustav Wennerberg,
owners of a cigar stand on Fourth street,
were smothered to death this morning
at their bulging on Stevenson street by
Illuminating gas. When they retired
late last night one of them accidentally
turned on the gas, after extinguishing
the light, the gas fixture (wing defective.
Hoth men were prominent In athletic
circles, having participated In many tug-of-war
A Itllte In X autaatlaile.
Vienna, IKc, 10. All foreign diplo
matic relation at Constantinople have
been suspended on account of exchange
of view on the Initiative of (treat
llritain proceeding with a view to taking
joint action with the king no the Ar
menian question. The porte I very
anxious at thi new turn of affairs,
the turkieh ministry, assisted by Kiatnii
Sed and Cbakir Push, rat continuously
from Saturday until noon yesterday.
.Mealeaa Harder Tronlilea.
Oaxaca, Mexico, Dec. 10 Koportt
have lieen received here of a number of
skirmishes between (inatemalana and
Mexican ou the Urder, and the people
are aroused to the highest pitch of ex
citement. The Mexican troops are anx
ious (or the war to begin, as they are
confident of an easy victory over the
( iiiatemalans. The volunteer troop of
this state are being drilled daily and ate
ready to march to the front.
A re a-ettdle; Inferior Oil.
' Hkuiiv, Dec. 10. The government
has Instructed the Hamburg chamber of
coiuerce to Inquire into the complaint of
the inferior quality of recent importa
tion of petroleum by the Standard Oil
Company. It is charged that the Penn
sylvania oil field are ixhausted, and
the oil recently imported came from
Indiana and Ohio. ,
Tralnrobner In .tail.
(VrtrvwA, la., IW. 10. Hurglar
lobbed the 11 irlingtoti depot at Hatavia
last night, und taking a hand rar started
towards Ottumaa. lMcctive Harrison
and other o Ulcers pursued on an engine.
A battlo was fought ami one of the bur
glar was killed and two escaped. Har
rison received a flesh wound.
Passenger (in row boat during sudden
squall) Oh, we shall sink. Hoatmnn
I ran swim. Passenger Hut I can't.
Hoatman Never mind. I'll teach you.
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