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VOJiUME XXVI-NO. 243.
LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890.
PRICE TWO CE1
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WEDNESDAY, NIGHT'S STORM,
D1MADE IN CITV.UD COLS TV BY MIL, RUM
four Head of Cattle Killed by Light
ntng The Heavens Made Drllllant by
Electricity for several flours.
One of the most severe storms that Lan
caster has kuewn in a long time was that
or last night. Net only was it heavy in
this city, but it scorns te have spread al
most ever the entire county, Rain began
te lull in the upper part of the county early
in the evening and it was accompanied by
rain, which did a great deal of -damage.
All veiling douse black clouds hung
ever the city and rain was looked for at
almost any moment. About S o'clock tliore
was a Blight sprinkling and it continued at
Intervals for seme time. By 10 o'clock the
blackest kind of clouds had gathered, and
a storm that has net been equaled in many
years set in. There was the sharpest kind
of lightning nnd for hours flash followed
flash in the greatest rapidity. It seemed te
be coming from everv part of the heavens.
The thunder was terrillc and at times it
seemed te shake every bulldingin the city.
It sounded llke the dlscharge of heavy
artillery. Several times It was believed
that buildings had been struck In the city,
as the cracks were of the sharpest kind.
The lightning was se bright and the thun
der se loud that many people who steed
under awnings and in doorways watching
the progress of the storm bocame frightened
and were glad te tnke refuge Inside of the
buildings. The lightning nnd thunder wero
accompanied by a rain whtch poured down
in torrents, the greater art of the night.
At times it slackened up for a short titue
but it seemed only te resume work again
with Increased vigor. There was quite n
heavy fall or hail between 11 and 12 o'clock
It continued for soma tima and stoties as
larixeuH hickory nuts fell. The hail did
1IAMAOK IN THE C1TV.
As the streets of the cityure pretty well
filled with wires of all kinds the lightning
did considerable dancing about ou them.
Shortly ufler nine o'clock the electric light
and tire nlarm wires cot mixed at the
cornerefWostKlngunc. Water streets. Bex
lb is at the corner, aud the. result was that
the number was struck sover.il times en
the tire alarm bells of eugine houses Nes.
1 and 3. The lireineu knew what was
wieng and did net respond, whlle the chief
went te work at ouce te make the neces
sary repairs. This morning he started out
te leek ever the line and expected te And
considerable dninnge te the wires.
In the neighborhood of Hurnlsh's store
the lightning seemed te be playing a game
of hide and seek. It struck into the win
dew or the Peeple's tea store, en the ether
side or the stroet. burning te u crisp the
paper that was around the chandelier in
the window. In the same neighborhood a
man was seen te te be knocked down dui
lng one of the bright-Hashes, but he was
only stunned and seen get away.
A lire that was caused by the lightning
occurred in the Examiner building about
midnight. It started in the wooden celling
of the press room, which is in the cellar.
It is bolievod that the II re entered the room
ou the elcctrie light wire or the gas" pipe.
At any rate, the ceiling took flte, and it was
discovered by Wiiiner Kautz, a young
man who was passing. He saw smoke in
the business oiilce of the Examiner, ns
well as in the stere of William Walt, who
keeps a cigar store next deer, but
In the same building. The tire vus
immediately under Mr. Waltz's stere.
It seemed te bosmeulderlnguud was mak
ing a great smeke. Kautz notitled Ofllcer
Seiner of his And nnd the latter struck an
alarm from box 12 and Ceutre Square,
which was plainly sounded en the big bell
but did net reach all of the engine houses.
A stream through a garden hese was
turned upon the tire, which was ex tin
fulshed uller n small hele had been burned,
n putting out the tire qulte a hole was cut
In Mr. Waltz's Uoer. Ills goods woie pretty
badly damaged by smeke and his less may
prove te be considerable. He is insured
with Bailsman t Burns and 11. It. Breno Brene
mnn. The -KramiHcr lesi will be buta few
During the storm the lightning struck
the chimney of the heuse or J. O. Sleln
hauser, residing at Ne. 30 Plum street. The
bricks were scattered all about, aud a hele
was tern in the reef. The lightning ran
down a ilue te a sleeping apartment, and
the cap was knocked irem the pine crock
in u. ' When the lightning struck, Mr,
Stelnhauscr's son's wife was en her way
up stairs w ilh several children. All wero
knocked down and somewhat stunned, but
net badly hurt. Mr. SteinhauBer had been
out calling ou a neighbor, and hnd just re
turned. While he was at the front deer
his chimney was struck, and the bricks,
mortar,. Ac, were scattered all about him,
but, fortunately; he was net hurt.
When ene of the shaip cracks
of thunder occurred, Geerge, the big
gray herss. which draws the hese cart of
Ne. 4 lire company, fell heavily te the
fleer and it is bolievod that he was atlectcu
by the lightning. A large cherry tree near
tiie Park heuse was struck by lightning
and badly damuged.
The lightning struck thn heuse of Leuis
Behtncr, who resldes en East Chestnut
street between Franklin and Marshall,
knocking the chimney te pieces and tear
ing oil' a number of slates.
Jehn It. Dart, who lives nt Ne. 153 Maner
street, was lying in bed when the storm
v, as In progress but bocame very w arm and
nrose te open the window. A nerwards he
was knocked out of bed, as he supposes,
liv lichtnine. He knew nothing until he
found himself en the Uoer.
Tuu jail nt water was tremendous in this
city, and many of the streets, especially
where tliore is any grade, were badly
washed. Many of the inlets were tilled
with band and stones, and in seme places
the water Heeded the pavements.
Afler Chief Engineer Vendcrsmltli had
made an examination of the llre alarm
wires he found that box 1G was entirely
burned out and cannot lie used again until
it is repaired. The wires in ether parts of
the town are semewhat out of gear, but
tbey will all be light shortly. At
neon the chief stinck box 12, in
Centre Snuare. te try It and he
found that it werked all right. ;ile had
told a man te warn the companies that he
was going te strike, but he failed toleave
word at Ne. 3. "I'he truck and hese cart
was run te Centra Square bofero tliey
knew w lint was the matter, nnd tliere was
considerable excitement font time.
A t lite Penn iron works the, lightning
played about the rolls and heavy machinery
ina startling fashion. Number nlne fur fur
nace seemed te be particularly nttrnctive
te the electric lluld, and the men
working it hnd an exciting time. Dually
theie was a tcrrlllu peal of thunderuiul
three men at this furuace were thrown te
the ground, while a blinding Hush
of light passed fiem the furnace
te the rolls. The men were unin
jured but thoroughly alarmed and tl e
furnace was net again charged. It is pn b
alilu that the strength of the dlscharge was
dissipated by the large quantity of iron in
in Tnu COU.NTV.
The reports from oery part of the
county show that the storm was very
heavy in all sections. The fall of ruin was
great, and at home points there was much
hail. In some sections the wheat and
grass were laid tint, but it is belieied Hit
they will get up again. The damage -y
hall is net as great as was expected. -
The barn et Jehn Kielder, u lariner, re
siding mi thn Lampeter read, a couple of
miles from town, was struck by lightning,
but was net bunted. Many et the beards
en ene side were knocked off, us were
Jehn K. Benk, a furiner residing near
Ulai-lc Herse, in Paradise township, had
his cattle in a Held. The lightning struck
a large tree under which two cows and a
Ilue bull were standing. The tree was
badly shattered and allot the three animals
were killed. The bull was erv bully
bu-nxl, l.e-ddcs having the life knocked
out of him.
The lulugrnpli connection in the station
nt Utitz was net shut oil' en Wedue-day.
The lightning followed the wire set llre te
the stvltclilxMrd and dcntievcd it. The
(bausted Itself. The damage doue
storm, with hall stones falling as large as
an ordinary lien's egg, passed ever our
borough last evening, and In Us Airy up
rooted a large maple tree lit front of the
Odd Fellows' bunding, and shortly after
ward another was blown down at the
residence of A. M. Redsecker. Consider
able damage was done te property all ever
town, gardens were submerged, and every
thing In tbem washed out. During the
storm Mr. Martin G. Heller lest a very
valuable cow, It being the second animal
be had killed by lightning this season.
RIOTING IX COLUMBUS, OHIO.
The Whole Town Sides Willi the Strikers-Troop
May De Called Out.
Tbere was another futlle attempt te run
street cars Irem the Oak aud main line car
stables In Columbus Ohie, en Wednesday.
Before the car bad gene far, it was derallcd
by a stone. Tl driver attempted te escape,
but he was surrounded, Jerked about,
klcked, and dually thrown te the ground.
The crowd nllght have killed him had het
the pollce dispersed the rioters, rescuing
the unfortunate man.
On the Oak street line, Jehn Lucks, an
ex-saloon keeper, attempted te act as con
ductor of car 35. The driver refused te
give his name, but he was the man
who was bought off while trying te run
a Leng street car en last Monday.
Twe policemen were in each end of
tbe car, and two patrol wagons followed
with ten xlicemen In each. At inter
vals stones and ether obstructions bad been
placed upon the track. Wben the car
reached Miller avenue the driver was per
suaded te leave by the strikers, but the
conductor get a second driver. Tiie groan
ing el the crowd se excited the horses that
they refused te move even when vhlpjcd.
One old lady took off her bonnet nnd threw
it nt the driver. J. T. Kauffinnn, a real
estate dcaler, ran up, unhitched ene of the
traces aud was arrested. Men catne
running from all directions, all hooting
and denouncing the scabs. Inashorttlme
there were 7,000 oeplo en the ground, and
the driver, te save his life, joined the
Mayer Brttck arrived In a buggy, and
made a brief speech te the strikers aud
their sympathizers. He said the track was
envered with stones for two squares, that
this must step, and that If the men guilty
or obstructing the track did net coase tbe'y
would be punished. While he sympa
thized with the Blrikers, if this work was
continued seme or them would get hurt.
Such violations or the law could net be tol
erated, even if it took the cntire pollce force
ihe mayor saw a boy, Harry Haupt.
placing stones en the track, and erdered
his arrest. The wemen bocame greatly
excltcd, nnd an elderly lady distinguished
herself by making soveral attempts te un
hitch the herses. Twe ether women tried
the same thing, but they were pushed
away by the notice One woman said :
" ir the men are afraid te take the scab off
the car Just turn him ever te tbe women,
nnd they will Hx him."
The car was finally run back te the
stables, as the el!ce round it impossible te
proceed. Superintendent or Pollce Murphy
mounted the platform of a car and said :
"I wautyeu poeplo te disperse; no mere
attempts will be made te run cars here."
The cheers that went up were dcafenlng.
The mayor said : " I am debating w hethcr
it is net host te call a meeting of intlueutlal
citizens, and from their advice formulate n
course. I have a list prepared or gcntlo gcntle gcntlo
men I wish te talk with, and may call tbe
Gov.'Canipbell watched the great crowd
in tbe state heuse yard en Wednesday, and
is greatly werried ever the situation. He
deei net want ta call out the militia, and
will net unless life is lest and property
destroy d by the strikers.
Celumiius, Ohie, June 12. Fifty citizens
held a conference witii the mayor te-day
with a view or suggesting some plan Ter
settling the railway strlke, and unani
mously adopted a resolution favoring
arbitration, A committee or five was
appointed te deliver the resolution te the
diiecters or the company.
THE LAST MUSICALK.
An Kntoi'talument Ily Mr. Walter Bails
man's Class of Pupils.
Last eveuiug tbe pupils of Mr. Walter
Hnusman gave their last musicale of the
season in that gentleman's rooms in
Ilheuds' building. Thore was quite a large
audience present, and an excellent musical
pregramme was given. Kvery number
wus well rendered, and these participating
were flven the applause thv dpwved.
The full pregramme was:
Ncgell-Mosen (4 hands), " Charming Little Val
ley." Handel (from Beinele), " When E'er Yeu Walk."
Itecckel " Cherette."
Liszt , " Itacesky March."
KeyineurfcSmtth, " Only One Heart 1 Live Fer."
ltasslnl (Htuuut Mater) "Cnjus Anlman."
Nessler (Trumpeter of Hakklnger), "My Leve,
Henselt Utude." Were la flint."
Watsen " AH In a Gurden Fair."
Jungiiiuiiii.. "At the Ferge"
llourdeels ' Manufa,"
Curuclole Tuscan rolRHeng..
fu." Flight of Clouds.'
1 Nearest nnd Dearest.'
Cliepln, Or. 60
Kuewesl Theu. That Fair
naff. Ktude. " Ln Fileiue."
DcKev.u "A Winter's Lullaby."
Hhephcrd " Had 1 My Choice."
I leh in, Op. 803 ' Ureud Walt and Finale."
Mr. Bailsman was director of the concert
in which the following took part: Messrs.
Kelb, Landis, Stein, McClaln and Wlllle
Dew ney. Misses Carpenter, Cochran Lulu
and Ina Getz, Itellly, Itohrer, Spoucer,
Lewell, Kreider, Wilsen nnd Wylie. Mes
dames Gill and Rlbert.
Mr. Cshlemnu Net a Quay Mau.
MAitiirrTA, June 12. Ames Kshleman,
efKast Denegal township, who has hitherto
been an ardent Republican, ha Joined the
Democratic ranks. His reasons are that
he "can't stand Bess Quay rule."
Fred Krause, jr., started ler Mentana
last w eek,
Mrs. Jacob Grlmmel, or Baltimore, Is
paying a visit te her cousin, Mrs. I'oter
Oi th, in Last Denegal.
Tuesday neon, ut the rcsldonce or the
brlde's parents, Mr. Oliver Fry and Miss
Isabella Fryberger wero united in mar mar
riage. The wedding was welt attended by
their many friends. The happy ceuple
liave started ou an oxtended trip.
Heward B. Stauffer, or Lancaster, was
home yosterday te attend the wedding of
his cousin, Miss Dera Staullcr, who was
man led Tuesday night te Mr. Jehn Buch,
He Is Doing Well.
Some time age It was stated In the In
tkm.hikn.ckii that Jehn Webster, son or
Cicere Webster, an ouglneor en the Penn
sylvania railroad, had been injured in the
Philadelphia yard. The extent or his in
jury was net then known. The young
man is new doing well, and is able te be
about lu the l'resln teriaii hospital, al
though he had Ave ribs broken, his head
teirlbly cut, and his breast Injured.
riiulslird Fer Afctuultluu n Girl.
Jehn Aiken and Jehn Fleck, jr., or
Hurrisburg. assailants or Sallle Lyter, w ere
sentenced by the Dauphin county court ou
Wednesday. The former rttelved ten
years in the ien!tenl!nry, and the latter,
who is but 17 years of age, eight years.
A ynung man named Berrler was the prin
cipal In the assault. He fled after he was
bailed for a hearing.
Defaulters Hreuglitllack Frem Cuba.
Among lhe paHsougers en the .steamship
Saratoga rrem Havana, Cuba, fiir New
Yerk, were young Rebert S, Wallace and
J. B. Lnwltz. prisoners charged with rob
bing the editor or Wallace's Men'hly of
$50,u00 by abstracting that amount in bends
from the safety dopeslt nilt.
Death or u Yeung .Man.
Jehn Keades, son of Levi Reado. a well
known yauui! man of the eastern part of
the county, ilied ut his father's hoiieo at
Uliil-ld-Hand, last night, of consumption.
The deceased was about 21 years of age
and dealt in stock. He had many friends
ln tills city ns well as in the county.
The Lucky Number.
The ticket which wen the gentlemen's
silver hunting rase watch nt the Knights of
St. Jehn's fair was held by Goergu Neil-
miller, of 018 I'epUr street. It was Ne.
FROM FEES TO SALARIES.
TIE CIllrSB T8 IB NAIE IN TIB
Per ep mm ifhciaw.
Lancaster County Population Great
Enough te Authorize Adoption or the
Salary Act A New Judicial Officer.
Will the county officers elected in
November for Lancaster county be paid a
salary, or receive as their emoluments the
fees of thelf rcspective otllces, is a question
that has been frequently discussed receutly
by the candidates. Lancaster county is in
a peculiar position. Ten years age the
population of the county was above 139,000.
The present census will show beyond a
doubt that thore are ever 160,000 poeplo.
In answer it can be said that the official
declaration of the census alene will decide
the nbove query. If net elllcially declared
bofero these officers fnke their seals they
may resist any attempt te compel them te
accept a salary Instead or fees, en the
ground that tbclr compensation can net be
chauged during the term for which they
If tbe same routlne work In compiling
the general census is pursued in ascertain
ing the population of Iancastcr county,
there does net apicar te be any chance of
the official (lgure reaching Lancaster for a
ceuple of years. Lancaster's clnlm for
official totals might be made special (as Is
the custom In certaln favored cases in the
pension department) through theiullticnce
of Statesman Landis with Itebert r. Perter,
the boss or the census, and in that way
thore would be a probability or getting
Lancaster's efftcjal population befere the
time theso who arc clouted in Novembor
can take their otllces in January.
TltK HAI.ARV 1III.I..
The Legislature of Pennsylvania en
March 14, 1870, itussed an act or assembly
providing that in all counties of the com
monwealth having mere than 150,000 and
less than a-'tO.OOO inhabitants the county
officers shall be paid a salary. The amount
of the yearly salary is ftxed as fellows :
District attorney l,000
Hherlrr. ...., o,fieu
Clerk of courts ... 8,600
IlegKtcr or wills and ex-olllcle clurk or the
orphans' court ,.., 3,500
Recorder of deeds .., ,H,M0
County treasurer tnoe
Btirvejer . .. 600
Commissioners (cachl ,........ 1,600
Auditors (each) flOO
Corener ,.. 600
Tbe nbove figures show very liberal sala
ries, but thore ure lew of the o'fflcers named
in that list wlie would net fare belter with
the present system or Tees. The county
commissioners would be boneflttod by the
change, as their compensation is new (J
per day and mileage, only for the days
occupied with the business or the county.
The auditors would also be benellttcd, and
se would the treusurcr,,whe new -recoives
a salary or ?.'),000 per vciir. As seen as
Lancaster county is officially declared te
haln 150,000 peeple the clerk or orphans'
cJurt Is legislated out or office, and all the
business formerly done In this offiee gees
te thegcglstPbr wills, who Is ox-elliclo
,elerk ,1Uie orphans' court. Our friend
Isaac N. Wills' may have an empty honor
in the nomination for clerk of orphans'
court, for which he made RfOlgorens a
OltriIAs' (SiUKT JUIHIK.
Anether efficial Jbrcated with our in
creased population- will be an orphans'
court judge, and the ti me or the official dec
laration may deckle who will be the first
Judge or the orphans' court. If made tee
close te the electien for the people te choeso,
tbe governor will exercise the right or ap
pointment. Fer this office thore nre nu
merous dark horses being groomed te he
trotted out at the preper 1 1 me te beat (he
two principal aspirants for the plaee Adam
J. Kberly and Andrew Jacksen Knffmun.
The young lawyers as a rule de net
relish the no w ei der of things se fur as the
orphans' court judge is conuernod. Under
the prescnt system audits are the largest
part or the fces of seme young lawyers, and
with the advent or the orphans' court judge
that purl of their Incoiue will be cut oil'. As
they cannot heln the matter tbey accept
tbe situation philosophically and will try
te make in seme ether way the less they
sustain in having audits taken away from
Whether theso who have business te
transact at the court house will be b-j.J-llitcd
under the sn'-n-vxjeiein is n question
that tline alene can'tull. The chances are
that thore will be iltlle dlfforenco then In
the fees charged from theso exacted new.
EPFiSCT OF THE MDASUKI2.
Seme Details of the Pension
ored Uy Congress.
Au agreement was reached by the con cen
ferrees en the disagreeing votes of the tw e
Houses mi the general pension bill, and
the report of the conferees was submitted
aud agreed te by the Heuse ou Wodnesduy,
as described in our disputches.
As explained in detail in the Heuse,
the measure ogrced upon will add
2.V),000 names te the pension roll, Increase
the pensions of 60,000 men who are already
en the roll, and will add &ie,000,000 te
the annual disbursements for pensions.
Theso llgures are given by the ad
vocates of lhe uieusure nnd may be
regarded as the minimum. In all pre
vious legislation of this kind, whero
estimates wero presented, they foil cry
far short of tbe actual exenditures, and it
is probable that, in tills case, tbe 15,000,000
which the managers give as the prebable
cost or this piece el legislation will be
deuble that amount when the rolls urn com
pleted. The enactment nfthe bill will sw ell
lhe pension roll ler the fiscal year or 1SD1
te uu aggregate or nearly $170,000,000, If It
docs net exceed that sum. The expendi
tures ou account or pensiens for the current
Hseal vear will be about $110,000,000. and
the bill just ugrced te, together with the
numerous individual cusien bills passed
bv Congress, will pluce the aggrcgate expen
ditures for the coming vear within tbe
shadow of $200,000,000. The bill provides
for tbe pensioning of all ileemlent parents
of soldiers of the i.ite war, and gives a pott pett pott
effroinyt te812ter month te all persons
who served tluce uioiithser mere in the
army or navy, anil who are new or who
may be hereafter suflerlug from mental
ana physical disability ei u permanent
character, which Incapacitates tbem from
the pcrlormance of manual labor te such a
degreeas te reuder thorn uiiuble toearu a
livelihood, this poimeu is 10 no appor
tioned according te the Inability of the ikiii ikiii ikiii
siouer te earn it living, and is te contluue
during the oxihtence or his disability.
The National Gnme.
Thogamesof ball played yesterday re
sulted us follews:
Players' League Philadelphia 11, New
Yerk6; Bosten.',, Brooklyn 2; Pittsburg
4, Chicago 3.
National I-eague Philadelphia H, New
Yerk 7, thirteen Innings: Cincinnati 5,
Pittsburg 1, six Innings; Chicago 7, Clovo Clevo Clove
laud 1 Hirst game); Cleveland 3, Chicago 1
American Association Louisville i,
Interstate league At Hurrisburg, Al Al Al
toena 5, Hurrisburg I ; at Lebanon, Yerk
12, Iebaunu 3.
The Altoenas surprised lhe Harris
burgers by defeating tliem at home yester
day. The Yerk colored men put a step te
Lebanon's winning streak yesterday.
A Duel With Lassoes.
Twe Mex lean cowboys living near Moere
Station, Texas, en Tuesday had a singular
aild fatal duct. Their names were Jose
Carrascn and Manuul Basoe. They met in
the read, quarreled about a cow and
endeavored te lasso each ether.
Carrasco lariated ids nppetieiu by the
neck, dragged him from the saddle, and
set off at full sjieed. Basco was dragged
nearly a mile. His neck was broken.
ludluns Sheeting bottlers.
The governor of Mentana, upon request
of the residents of Miles City, sent them
1,000 stands efarms te protect Ihcmsolves
ugaliisl the Cboyeune Indians, who have
luekuii fieofrem restraint, and are tiring
tutn llin kAlllnru of tfni.lnr ivuintv nriil
stealing tueir came.
Officers Elected Mayer Clark Praised
Fer Moving the Dele.
The annual meeting of the Lancaster
County Monumental association was held
at the office of the solicitor, MaJ. A. C.
Holnwhl.en Wednesday afternoon.
The execulive committee, through the
chairman, CapL Charles Demies, reported
the monument lu geed condition, butthere
Is an elcctrie wire touching ene of lhe
llgures which should be removed. The
committee was ordered te have the wire
taken down If possible. Mayer Clark was
highly commended for his promptness ln
havlug the pole removed from the monu
ment, which was eroaled by tbe car com
pany. The secretary was authorized te
return te the mayor the thanks of the asso
ciation for bis action.
It was resolved te ask the mayor te in
struct his poiice officers te have a goueral
care evor the monument and grounds.
Jehn I). Ucllly was oleeted te have
charge or the monumental the same salary
heretofore paid him.
The report or Treasurer Marshall shnwed
ti8X.1S lu the treasury In addition te $1,000.
which Is Invested. The report was audited
An election or officers for the year re
sulted as fellows :
President, S. U. Wlsner, Marietta j vice
president, W. D. Slauffert secretary, 11. It,
Braneman ; treasurer, James H. Marshall ;
solicitor, A. C. ltolneMilt finance and
exocutlve committee in oharge or the
monuinent, Charles Dentics, Edward
Kdgerley and Henry Mullen.
On motion it was agreed te amend thn
constitution Allowing lhe association te
meet anywhere In ijmcaster county that
the president may decide upon. It was
also agreed te allow members living out
side or the city their fare here and return
in attending meetings.
The association adjourned te meet In
Marietta in June, 1601.
Ounr nuil Sherman Quarrel,
Washington Dispatch te, Philadelphia Recerd.
' Shermau was Quay's candidate at Chi
cago, and they were lest friends until the
break came evor Judge Gllkosen, whom
Quay thought was te lie appointed solicitor
ofinternal revonue under an understand
ing with Sherman, but who was set aslde
for Representative Hart, of Ohie, a friend
of Sherman. When Sonater Sherman ex
plained afterward that he had nothing te
de, with the appointment of Hnrt, and
when Gllkosen hud been provided with a
better place as second comptroller, Quay
forgave Sherman, and they have been
Last night in the Republican senatorial
caucus they parted company again rather
violently, and horeafler, unless they make
up, will net speak as they pass by. It
scorns, ncenrdlng te the story, that Quay
thought Sherman had premised te vele Ter
Bally for sorgeant-at-arms, since Ohie, for
a wender, had no candldute ; and when
Shermau voted for another candldute last
night Quay's wrath rose nnd he denounced
it hotly thou and thore as a violation or a
Shermau kept Coel, as usual, and donied
that thore had been any pledge, or any oc
casion for Quay's heat. They did notceino
te blows ; but Quay's vloleuco or speech
lest Bally ether votes.
The secret ballet in the caucus lest night
gave seme ether senators, howevor, a
chance te dedge au Implied promlse or two
in connection with lhe Baily candidacy.
Besides Shermau, it is alleged that Teller.
Allisen, Davis, MeMlllau, Jenes and
Stewart were nil pledged toellherCainoron
or Quay te support Bully, but, lu order te
strike down Inn latter, finally went against
Bally, who was regarded as Quay's per
Bully, Quay's defoated candidate for
sergeaut-al-arins lu the Senate, Is new
slated for the position of ponsieu agent nt
Death of an Old Man.
This afternoon H. Clay Miller roceivod a
telegram rrem Washington. D. C, which
brought the news or the death of his father,
Solemon Miller. The deceased wus about
80 years or age, and was born and raised
In this county. He formerly lived in
Munhelm, but was a resident of this city
for a number of years. He lived with his
daughter, Mrs. Fanny Krolder, widow,
en North Quceu street,'1 Twe mouths age
Mrs. Krolder moved te Washington and
took the old centlemau with her. Besides
Mr Miller aud Mrs. Krolder the enl v ether
child living is Mrs. Elizabeth Shubert.
widow or the laf". WHH-ii. i. bimi.erv.
Mr Min.jr went te Washington te make
arraiigementH Ter thojiineral.
Adopted Mi; Cerblu's Order.
Empleyes or the Baltimore t Ohie Rail
road company have received the following
netice: "This company will net, under
any circumstances, employ moil who nre
in the habit or becoming Intoxicated. All
empleyes known te frequent drinking
places must be warned te discontinue the
practice or te quit the company's service
Empleyes will be discharged ir intoxicated
either ou or oil duty. Ne persen discharged
for intoxication will be re-ompleyod."
A Tenant's Replevin.
Messrs. Muleiie and Stein met., attorneys
for Jehn Kchee, or Marietla, have issued
n writ of replevin against Mrs. S. S. Nagle
and Constable Rebert W. Kcech for a let
Heur, cork, boxes of soap, cigars and
tobacco, which the constable levied ou upon
Mrs. Nagle's "landlord's warrant" for
overdue rent. The sheriff served the
replevin this morning.
finest of tbe Itendliiic Railroad.
llKAlitNe, June 12. Over 150 Journalists,
representing newspapers in Eastern Penn
sylvania and New Jcrsey, lslted Red
ing te-day in company with their
wives aud lady friends, making n
party or evor 350 persons us guests
of the Reading railroad. They wero con con
eoyed te Mineral Springs park, nflerwards
given u ride ever lhe Ml. Penu Gravity
railroad, which is nearly ten mlles long,
and at neon enjoyed the novelty or taking
dinner en top or Mt, Ptnu, 000 feet nbove
A Catholic Hospital liiirns.
DAVK.NrniiT, Iown, June 12. Catholic
Mercy hospital burned this morning, mid
one nun, called Sister Mary Irene, whose
naine wus Ellen Murry, perished. The
heroic work or thirty nuns rcsulted In lhe
reuunal of forty holpless patients without
Died Frem llee Stings.
Frem the Mtlu Jttcerd.
William B. Walb, proprietor of the
Brickorville hotel, died Wednesday after
noon, aged twenty-nine years. Twe
weeks age he liciped te capture a swarm
of bees, when he was severely slung
about thn wrists uud lace, which acted
llke deadly poison te his system, caus
ing great hh oiling of the body ami
producing suppression of the urine,
which brought en his death. I-ast
November Frank Ruth, the former
proprietor or the hotel, died, aud Walb
becHtue his successor lu a few weeks, re
moving thore from Reading. Walb's re
mains were conveyed te Ite.idlngen Thurs
day morning for burial, same as was Ruth
net mere than six mouths age. The
deceased leaves a sorrowing wife and ywe
children te mourn his less.
The llphrlng sea Fuss.
Willi regard le Mr. Rhutie's policy eT
sending cruisers te Behrliig sea, the Lon Len Lon
eon .Sdimdi tl says : " IT he attempts te
employ Terce wrongfully against British
subjects or property, force will be em
ployed en our side uhe. The gravest con
dition of affairs may arise from his heed
less and intoiiierato action."
Jel'ti W. Lut, I.aiicaster,
gran d a pension.
The Imprisoned Dogs.
Th captive dogs had a rough tliue of it
in the pen at the station house last night.
Thn rain and hail pelted down upon thorn,
as the only slielter ullorded them was that
of the big willow tree. Tliore wero nine
dogs lu the pen at neon te-day and Catcher
Biukley rMirts that ene was stolen and
two escaped lu the last twenty-four hours.
The dogs will be killed to-iumew inern-
A WILD YOUNG WOMAN.
AMIK BOWERS' CAPACITY FQR LYUG IS
She Tells a Philadelphia Officer or Mal
treatment nt the lainciMtcr County
Peer Ituitsn-IIer Story Net True.
A big, rough, coarse-looking girl
named Annie Dewers, who was before
Mayer Clark en Tuesday morning,
turned up In Philadelphia last ovon evon oven
ing. She was found walking along the
street by Sergeant Jerdan, of the Ninth
police district, and she proceeded te tell
film a horrible story. The tale appears In
soveral of the Philadelphia papers this
morning. Here it Is as the Vitus received
" Fer two years she has bcen an inmate
of the Lancaster county almshouse, and her
inother, who was also an inmate, died there
some tlme age.
"Ou Monday night two young men,
night watch men at the institution, entered
her room, selr.ed her, threw her en tire bed
and white ene held his hand evor her
mouth te prevent any outcry, the ether
assaulted her. In the morning before day
light they returned and repeated the out eut out
rnge, and premised te give her a dollar ir
shokept quiet. On Tuesday she ropertod
It te a man whom she says she only knew
as the ' Bess,' aud he said he would
Investigate the matter. In the nrtorueon
she complained or violent pains lu lhe
abdomen, aud the doctor was tout te
exairrlne Iter. At the conclusion or the ox ex ox
nmlnntlen he said he would leek into the
mailer, and thou went nwny. She heard
nothing mere about it until yesterday,
when sua was summened te npiear befere
the ' Bess,' who told her she must go te the
Heuso or Refuge at Philadelphia. She was
Slyen in charge or n man who took her te
ie deiiet and they beardod a train for
" They reached 11 read stroet station at 1
o'clock yosterday, and the man took her
te the walling room and told her te slay
tliore till he returned, she waited until four
o'clock, hut he did net return, nnd thou
alie decided te go out and hunt for the
Heuso of Rofuge alone. She finally found
her way te Twenty-third and Brown,
whero slie met Sergeant Jerdan."
UKH STOltY A l'Alinit'ATION.
Poeplo who read the story and knew
anything about the management or the
almshouse under Steward Worst laughed
at It, and everybody at ouce pronounced
the story false. A report or of the Intki.
i.KiK.Ncr.n, who had seen Annleat the hear
ing bofero Mayer Clark, and then sus
pected her of being a tramp, this morning
Investigated the mailer. He learned
enough te show thut Anule Is ene of lhe
blggesl llarsen thn face of the earth. Al
though she Invented a story that might
scen i plauslble, the Investigation showed
that It is almost impossible for her
te tell the truth. The reporter Interviewed
Steward Worst, Dr. Kllne and elhers who,
knew about the girl, aud from them
obtained the real truth.
In the first place the girl was never nn
Inuiatoef the almshouse bofero thiswoek,
and Instead of spending two years tbere
she was net thore quite two days. The
first time that Mr, Worst saw the girl was
en Monday evening. She came walking
In the Philadelphia turnpike uud steppad
at lhe almshouse. She asked te be kept
evor night aud permission was given her.
Hhe slept in lhe female ledgers' steeping
apartment ln the basement of the In In
saue asylum and was net molested
at all. On Tuesday morning alie get her
breakfast and started te town. She turned
up at the station house between 7 nnd 8
o'clock and told thn chlofer pollce anether
sad tale. Sbe sat iu the main room or 'lie
station heuse and awaited the coming of
lhe mayor. Afler his honor had disposed
of the cases she was called up. She wus a
big, simple-looking and rather dirty girl.
Shu said that she had just ceme rrem the
Heuse of Rofuge In Philadelphia nnd was
sick with "summer complaint," whalevcr
that Is. She said she hsd no home und
wanted lhe mayor te send her seme place.
The mayor committed her te the alms
house. When she arrlved nt that Institu
tion she was takeu In charge by Miss
Eckert. ene or the lady attendants, who
made iier take a bath, and wash and dry
She was spoken le by Mr. Worst, who
Inquired of her history. She said she was
born In Baltimore uud wus twenty years
ofuge. She hud been living at Bleckloy
almshouse, lu Philadelphia, but she did
net knew hew long. The managers of that
Institution secured u plaee for bur with lhe
family of Charles Hawthorn, at Tuceny.
She did net knew hew long she was there,
but she ran away about April 1st. Last
Saturday she started from Philadelphia
en Teet and walked te laincuster. When
Mr. Worst heard her story he said IT she
belonged lu Philadelphia she would have
te go I jack, as Lancaster county could net
keep her. She w as shlppel te Philadelphia
yesterday afternoon ou lhe train which
loll bera at 12:bg. She was went te low u en
a struct cjir and wus met at tbe P. R. R.
station bylr. Kllne, tbe physician or the
institutions, who purchased a tlcket le
Philadelphia for herand placed her en lhe
curs. She wus net seen again by any or
tbe Lancaster authorities. Mr. Werm
wrote a loiter te Oliver Belder, heuse agent
nt lllockley, about the case, but as yet liu
received no reply.
Mr. Worst had net scen the story iu lhe
Philadelphia papers until he was shown n
copy oftiie Vitas. He and Dr. Kllne both
reau itauu soemou annoyen iiiu uuy nucu
wild stories should be published. They
did net think that many poeplo would
bellove It, et they did net like it. They
said that during her stay ut tlioulmshetiso
she was net ill treated by anybody. Ou
Tuesday uluht she slenl iu lhe main build
ing, whero ether wemen were. She did net
call en the doctor at uuy time for aid or
anything else, uud he only saw that she get
en tbe train safely. She scorned perfectly
willing te go le Philadelphia. She says
that slie arrived in Philadelphia at ene
o'clock and was llien abandoned by lhe
man having iier lu charge. The truth Is
that she did net lcave here until ene o'clock
and she was net accompanied by any ene.
The story of the girl Is se utterly davel d
of truth that no ene but a Philadelphia
policeman would helle ve it after soel ng nor.
She leeks llke u simpleton, but is big aud
strong enough te whip an ordinary man.
AiiiiIm told a police ofllcer white at the
station heuse that she was rulsed ut lhe
Children's Heme, in this city, and was
given te u farmer who had her sent te the
Heuso of Refuge for bad conduct.
A filCHMA.V DAItKIIY.
A Colerod Mini AVhe Whs Raised lu the
A man who urrlved iu Lancaster yester
day and attracted a great deal of attention
was a young coleml (lerman. He came
here with u young white man nnd both
looked very much us though they were
what the boys call "en a bum." They
appeared In soveral saloons and it was
seen ieiiiiii niai iiiu coierou man wus
something of n curiosity. He is unable
le speak a single word of English, but
talks Cieruiau entirely, using tbe best of
language. Te a reporter of lhe I.ntki.M
riKMtrii, who chanced te run across him,
he sisike qultu Ireely and told something
of his history. He said that he was Ixiril
Ir. Western Africa, but wlien a mere boy
was taken le Uermany, He attouded
whoel lu Berlin and became a full-Hedged
German. He utlerwards worked us a
waiter fur families. Some liine age
he conceived the idea of coming te
America. He was anxious te learn the
English language, as he thought he would
lie mere likely te get a better position it he
would return te (Jermutiy able te sieak
both laiigiiHges. He came te America
about two mouths age. Hoglvcsliisiiume
aUoergoStolntiicl7, and says that he was
thus christened lu Germany. He was In
tel vlewed by a number or very intelligent
Hermans or this city, and they found thut
he told a very straight story.
He is as black as u crew, but Is a man of
niore than ordinary Intelligence. He plays
a mouth organ well and Is full of fun. He
knows no ene iu America and be says he
met the fellow who is with him nil the
steamer (Mining across. It scorned wry
funny te Lancaster peeple tnlieura colerod
limn talking Octinan, but It was much
funnier for celcued people.
Democrats Name Dolenntcn nnd Com
mitteeman te le Elected On
The Democrats efthe city met last night
j.v ..,!, imiiu iiuiiiiik piaces anil niaceil
nomination different persons for
delegates te the county convention, which
meets ou next Wodnesduy, and ler lhe
office or county committee. Each waul Is
entitled te five delegates nnd a committee
man, nnd the men for theso pleees will be
elected en Saturday evening. Thore was
net much oxcltemoiilnt any or the polls.
The following is n list ortlie nominations
'.villi the (Hilling piaces.
Al Sheber's Hetel Delegates, Jehn I
Malene, Jehn E. Mcdoehnn, Jehn J. Al
tluk, Wm. Dais, and Allan O. Pvlu.
County Commlttue Jehn 15. Mnloue.
Itatislng's Hetel Delegates, (leorge W.
Slyer, (leorge A. Cox, Michael McOengle,
James It. Dennelly, Henry Drachbar, tloe.
County Coniinllteo W. U. Itensel,
Efflnger's llotel Dolegates, II. V. Davis,
Henry Welr, Jehn Eillnger, B. Frank
Leman, Jehn McOlnnls.
County Commltteo A. J. Rloker.
Reiini's Heffman Heuse Dolegnlos, Dr.
D. R. McCerinlek, Jehn Weber, Jehn
Shields David Wolf, Edward Parker, Jehn
A. Ceylo, esq., M. Kuhlinan, Win. Wen
ninger. County Commit'.eo Dr. D. It. McCor McCer
inlek, Jehn A. Ceylo, esq.
Wall's Oroeii Tree Hetel Delogales W.
A . Schoeubergor, Fred. Bener, Jr., Geergo
Cenner, Mlchuel Horzeg. Dr. M. W. Ratib,
O. II. Shertrer, Jeseph Kautz, Lewis
County Commltteo W. A. Sclioen Sclieen Sclioen
bergor. SIXTH WAlll).
Schlller Heuso Delegates, Chas. Dow Dew Dow
ney, Goe. Ferrest, Goe. Prentiss, 0. O.
llassler, Waller Zeclier, Hurry Relner,
Goe. Davis, Thoe. Wcudltx.
County Commltteo Clias. 15. Downey.
Warftd's Conostega Heuse Delegates,
It. 1. Leenard, Gee. Yeagar, A. F. Delhi,
J. A. Mosseukop, Wm. II. Derwarl, Marcus
Kuhlman, Jehn Wostenhergor.
County Committee Win. II. Derwarl,
Jehn Peutr.'s Hetel-Delegates, Jeseph It.
Genss, Geergo Frltsch, Froderlek Judith,
Jehn Rockensteln, Jehn Rltehey, Jehn J.
Hartley, Charles Ottefer, Jacob Kurt.
Jacob Fetter, Jehn It. Henkcl,
County Comnillteo-Edward Hardy,
Francis J. McCulletn.
Arneld Hans' Northern Market Hetel
Delegates, Jacob Pentr, II. A. Mlley, A.
Kllllau. Philip Zecher, Jacob MotV.ger,
I'Mwara McKlnstry, Fred Yoager ana
County Committee Charles 15. IJroemo.
The Lean Exhibition.
Thn audience .at the lean exhibition of
the Yeung Republicans, lu Fulton opera
house, was semewhat larger last ovenlng
than en Tuesday ovenlng. The concert
glven at 0 o'clock In the evening was very
Ilue, and was great I j oujeyod by the peo peo poe
plo. The great fbature et the music was
the playing or the Yeung Men's Deino Deine Deino
cretlo noclely orchestra. The pregramme
was as follews:
Ladles chorus-" Spring Time," (Itergl ll).
Tener sole " Down the Hhndewed Lane,"
"Hhe does" Mr. Alten Kelb.
Instrumental sole ItlKiindeii, Miss Etta
Hoprnne sole-" When the Heart Is Yeung,"
Mrs. Alice M. Kilns.
Yeunir Men's Democratic Society orchestra
A, overture, Northern Light; 11, Hydropaten
Vecal duel " Heme te Our Mountain," Mrs.
Alice M. Kllus und Geerge M, Hutnbrlglil,
Thore Is no doubt that thn lean exhibi
tion will bocemo morn and mere popular
as lhe tlme advance. It Is uu oxhlbltlen
such has nover been seen or its kind In thin
city, aud the eera heuse Is a highly Inter
esting plaee te visit at prosent.
The Seus or Veterans.
The Hrst session of the tenth annual on en on
eamnnient of the Sens of Vcterans of Penn
!" m'asined in Memerial hall. Wilkes-
;l?JZr.Z:. li!XlZ.r,v " iwi unicorn und
delegates, reprasenllit. I7 ri.ltllt -,.
tondTince. Tiie ndjutami, '""V' '"!:
shows that sluce HonteinbofcVi02l re?i2;
have bcen the following gaWtA""0,
ganizatien and niuster iu, i catiiis'., V j7
luombers; by transfer, 8 inoinbers; byi,
instatemenl, 7 cam its and KM members ;
aggrcgate member 174 camps and 6,700
inoinbers. Frem the Just encampment te
January 1, 1890, 15 camps, with 3.U charter
meinbers, wero Inslituted. Since January
1 It new camps, with 2'J charter members,
wero Instituted. Gains wero made bv 70
camps, and 115 camps show losses. Num
eor of deaths, 2.r ; suspended, 1,587 i
dropped. 11W. In the evening a camp-lire
was held at Grand Army hall.
STRUCK BY A FKKUJUT TRAIN.
A Team Carried n Distance or lflO Fret
The team or Henry Guuiber, huckster
wuh badly wrecked en Wednesday afler
neon nt Water and Orange streets. It wu
In charge el an empleye and whlle till"
oiunleyo was delivering produce ut Mrs.
Neiincr's saloon he left the team stand en
the Waler street side or the hotel. The
team was tee close te the railroad track
nnd a freight train backing down stiuck
the vehicle. Thoenplnoer wus unable te
seu lhe team te step the train and the
herse uud wagon were drugged en Water
street n dlstauce or I&0 feet. When the
engineer's attention was called te the
wreck he stepped his train, The wagon
was u total wreck and the herse badly
t'i Mules 'jit Da) s Without Foe.1.
An examination or the 750-fbel lovel of
Nollseu shall at Shaiiieklu, which 1ms
bceu ou lire, reveals the luct that the dam.
Hgo will be much less than anticipated.
Twelve mules were found alive, having
been without feed uud water for twonty twenty
slx days. The damage te the initie ap
Hoinevluir Mildler' Belli.
It having ceme te the uotlce of Pest lOe,
(. A. It., that lhe remuliiH of Isidore Pfeller
nud Antony Myers, two old soldiers, were
permitted te remain burled Iu that (xirtleu
of Filbert street which lias been opened
through St. Jeseph's burial ground, tbe
pest at ouce apKilnted a committee te see
that the bodies were removed te the ceme
tery, uud te-day this was dene,
Fxcurslen te Reading.
This morning au excursion wus run te
Reading under the auspices of the Luth
erans of this city, and they took about 50
poeplo en the regular train at 7: 10. The
excursionists will take a trip evor the
gravity read. A large number of nens nens
paper men ure the guests or tbe Reading
railroad lu Reading te-day, and they are
booked for a dinner uud ride ever tbe
gravity read. Among lliose who went
from this city were Muyer Clark, J. M. W.
Gelst, of the A'cic Km, and Themas F. Mc-
Elllgett, Of thO INTKM.IOKM'I.R.
Went te Institute u Trlbe,
Jehn M. McCully, great sachem or
Pennsylvania of the I. O. R. M,, went te
Tamaqua te-day te iiistitute a new trlbe
which will start with llfty members. This
is the third trlbe instituted under the ad
ministration or Mr. McCully, which has
becn but a mouth.
June Argument Court.
The argument list ter the June term or
court beginning uext Monday, wus issued
te-day. Tbere are down for argument 10
cases lu the common pleas list, IS in the
orphans' court nud a in the quarter sessions.
Nene of the cases are of grout Importance.
Wahhinuien, D. C, June 12
Showers; slightly cooler, winds
I becoming southwesterly,
KNOWN BY NUMBEI
HLEJ, IHMHRI.as AM ITAUAM
Perter and He Require That 1
Information Must Be Obtain
Washington;, June 12. M'flftJ
perlntcndetit or the census, has
formed by Mr. Ashley, the census
vker of the Fifth district of Peul
nln, that his numerators hai
lifled him that Huns
Peles and ninny Italians In
Lurome nnd Carben counties bai
te give any census Information!
torpreters. Many of these ui
are uesignatcu by their empl
nu moors, each mau wearing hP
en ins person and answering
supervisor says that If se ini
w ill direct his enumerators te I
or such oiupleyos by Humbert, I
securing nativity, nire and i
which, In his opinion, would be I
no inrormntlen nt all.
In his reply Mr. Perter inl
stiiicrvlsnr that it is Impossible
census llflVn llnlltil linln tn Ir
such n state or affairs ns reper
large unmoors or laborers
mera llke beasts or bunion than I
known only by numbers.
gives him positive Instructions :
u sufficient number of cnume
interpreters te thoroughly can
KXple and elicit from thorn the
lien called for by the schedule.
The Chicago rmicjr
werld'a fair directors have
decided te locate the oxpeallJ
At Milwaukee, Oregon, Danh
a fruit grower, yesterday me
bis aged mother and then kIL
It 1b supposed Harvey w
Charles It. Dennett, man
the Chicago Glebe, died sudden
The wife et Fred Reger!
Mass., whlle belng severely
husband, last night, jumped I
new te oscupe hi in and was
Rogers was visited later
clttzQii and treated te a tas
All coal miners In the Peel
trlct, about two thousand m
work te-day afler.liavlng I
The order was received fri
prealdent last evening, eayiej
be en the 07J basis.
Mrs. Mary Jaha, agd 70,
survivor of the N I puck trig
dled at Webster, Mass., ye
At Moiiengnhela City.
gahela manufacturing cer
consisting of foundry, mach
smith shop and pattern del
destroyed by tire. Let-
912,!KK) i origin unknown,?!
vel. iiiiuiun 4,. jMijru,
day declined the pestn
lyn, which was tendered I
deut Harrison last week.
Among tbe bills repej
mittees and placed en the
Senate te-day was the bU
the suite or Pennsylvania
pended In 1WJI for inllltU
military service under tnet
A motion was mode befi
iu New Yerk, this merl
missal of liidlctments fei
Jehn Koeiiim and dx-Aldl
Savles. or thn heard of '
was net objected le N
Fellows, who said tha"
uiraliist thn two rrfSJI
orderod both sides ter
and reserved decision?
The Republican men
a veinmltte-"'f , "
ie prolix., ,j ceusldel
bill. The will new go-a
the bill nnd sottle the dl
tofere passed evor.
lug te-day visited the
township where the fu
Dr. Gee. De RouneviiiJ
of interesting character I
The ways and meant
heard nrgumeiits upon!
Impese tax upon adu
II. C. Fliiley, or New
support or the bill, and!
sous Interested lu thJ
headed by President
States Brewers' assecla
The Toxtlle Worker
of America, has Invite
River, te send dels
nlila ou July 4 ar
will be held ferrthe pU
umalgamatien or all tel
The pl.itrerin of the I
crats reaffirms lhe.
16S8, demands ta
graduated income us
Kinley bill, opposes!
lien, favors re-subi
opiKises woman sul
nousleii, anil laverw
sllver. Merris TaylJ
Mrs. Albert Cenrlcl
running a sewing r
an open deer, wa:
lightning that herl
She Is recovering.
lightning, nnd a
sorleusly injured bj
Hansom Pest, U.H
burg, Pa., uccenv
zens. visited W
day. They were
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months age again
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Btruck the feu
was silt lug In 111
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