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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - May 24, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO!.. XX DUNKIRK N. Y. SATURDAY. MAY 24. IWX H KT ti    ESE XTATI VE    . LAM HOFE    BA NIM! HD. 6 USINESS HOUSES moocher kemmler w»ll be —_ L~    WIRED    INTO ETERNITY. OF DUNKIRK. \*FW RI I.I'IU RUMOK f.-r roto# iii total* •»( Maut.- w UM* :»W* t t »•! u*H? *o bt* M-*h*t»i«ai Department of Dw#fcirbtrnaaa*‘ i    I Th* Supr#w10 I i»tirt    til* Allies. tun for 4 Hrti of l.rnr md Aerating)* brmuil»r Will Mal* ti IAI* by th* > * * to of* of Axer ut lea—t bi*f J ii af Ic* Failrr IMivrn th* OfiaiM. Wash:\i tov May J4 — By th* <i«^bioa it th* supreme* *g;rt of th* United "fates yesterday th* last ho(*> for IU* afforded William KrmOiler wa* fin rd'bed ami he w« hare a., bination in saying thai thu we c*un*rf do up.® th* record before aa * Th* order of United State* circuit court Judge Wal^MM*, which operated a* a eta? of pr •‘resting' in th* Keraaler can* until the United afar*# supreme court could pa*# upon the <-tinstitutional questions in ▼wived, ts returnable un the third Monday In June The understanding had at the time this stay was granted was that Judge Wallace would no ate it in the event the supreme court rendered an wivers* de ciatuo The supreme ct)art of the United -'ates adjourned uut sI the October term. STAHLEY KEB! KEH. IN MOUSE IN SENATE MIS POPJLARITY IN LONDON ON TME WANE. THE PRESBYTERIAN CONFERENCE. 4 Lf? KA MI* BK"# * (tai #»•* *    ^    *r    *• ’ "* /% i en erst Arenas. *»toi'iB*te diesel “'.ale aa    of    Vi    «r-i    iii.I '••ft Coal, will uxord.ugiy be executed in conformity W »4g Lo aa ber. Situ# • ■ sot Lath. i>tii    CocTesie** leu.*- for Wt.tdSSSlS lot# •aliet ted. .  I    ta<    IU    Is    denying    the application. |. K. uirrWKlt sa #**•! ta ira ira! Ass Chief Justice Fuller reviewed the with th* new law governing executions in New York state Tbs court was uoaai- If, Arti*u«-Pfcta/tajgrspita | •red sot ara.t ta Inca. PkM>u«grmpii*r. I aetaBtaueou* %JMj severally went over the pointe f Ha Iii** * «M»*e»alty. Sitter* » tad* f. r *an-)h s* except for f *iM*R HIMifKV Iva*' levi'-.. I I pewter. Urn. M K. Hee**#*! strse*. asar fa to surret, I ma kirk. K I •a P%mpbl*t*. et*., Iwtoarf • •rompCy »tteftat#*l to. Aa l*r *- |buf-IU uoin*~n, Mu |]j * tv tea. * Muter* a>.rii g<iaraat*wi. filMHt.K'* (KIM k.lKI Hoi VB, ll    SU-    «    eatral iv#**## «Sbolesa<* and petal teal«*r a I < ported sn* Huareuc (hill*, ti las* ware, A - I I Al %« TAKji t I /    It*lev. I I.iwrr abu Hoarding HOT BU per <i*v. I* -L*bi*- )■ .‘OSO**ti*»• Victor tonier, IS *n< I KIT Li *b street. j ITI HtKHKK 'HOP I 0    * bu*. Mas ie, Prop.. I u<t*r |*tf 'hor# M.*ihm»b. Hank, ***•#■*** • rater And mild •dwl*. A lie* A **f Foam ga ab I Du—in’. * (gar#- I we# Kl.IM a b»>, I    ii*    •    rater    .ire*® boree v bi J* r a. Particular pa*** to interfering kora*#*. Stone* ag of ▼“» va 4 tr-ilbax u».r'* a a specialty. I) I' > (A I HK KVK)ll>ilt OIHKBVKK. Largest I »a ■ C Au un**! ital 1*0 a1 veru-i •bul I .I NKI KH FN*. I# FITKIN*. WMKiXl I I    Porte***!    vs (law A r ion*. Meaafa>*lurer' of Engine*, Boiler ,r>. #»*, Shaft; u* Haager*, el**. Patter a*, r • rn nm. <    *.    VU I M i. U.ii* Work U *•* r* Auf J»*. Man a fat* lurer* of Mw A" ii*rfecl - SiUb*. I) center iimti, “Cpi#*e(r xii'I "IMnl ores* Nhirt*. ob sale ta an lea-bs.- eiru* -ti «oUm.g aud dry    b«*ua*»    .n    Dunk.ru, ik P. TOO MET, I    AM Ajo* AOK Lion Atren. Waler .n ► our, l'e#*l» o*L it***®*1 May. Cl** lift ile*. fir. I4 • * - h- * KIK MOTKL. sad »*»n it* >* •» «». t n •»« ii It*pot. hasy to'<ew ft# ail tm*a* ta*! o«i»-.I ties House*. Best BVmii u«*trill*en lot * 'itM-a«r* i*i Traveler*.    .    M    ,, J..ba J Murphy, Prop. h> HI LKO a t o, J    a? sad MB E- Til.rd itreet. tiae I aruitur*. « aiwnei Mere ••ustarsus. Picture F r*m*i» aie*l* u ab* I L'p-eier. M I*. MATTKBO* a AJA>.. SM cen cr Ai Ave.. t,csaer* of Pa" bios vol •e'oueuicM Aru til tiers. a tail. BTE AM MBA TX KU UL ii Usaulecturers of -Uta u I**atia4r Appar itos Sa ii carr Pluial mg a 'pe**iaitv. K OMC HTB AM LAI KISKT. «Kir -P-, !4:t.- f ne 'hiria. l<v « trv. Ac * ufi, K.anU La»*« I urtaiaa. lf ne l>*;.v ary. A W c.tiiu u.a^4. AIT Center 'Lr*-vt | | tv. OCH M, Ii. Third *L. cor of BuTaIo Maauf t-'tur. r n. : s*n *r a I ne B*»olaA '&<«• * BK KY MT El LEATH SBW 'TOltC. UMI E. IX I'htri *C Book*, stationery, Muau'ai In •truia*tiU,M*iraAi£ea.Daii:» aud*V..-k. Ka *erv Au I everytbu'g i^rhti ai. > ii t>*4 ti rat '.ass m**k awre N**h*a». W.**lv» A 'puciAit' • I lowest i.vuiij r*Ufs yy Dunkirk PnuUng S and lo IL N* * I* :r> pc.*>u an*I al < oui pan ad Sc H A AK Bt BBK A -HIK. f re Life. • XecidSut AJB I UCtoenti ln»irA*-a De*)-la live I Estate and I.«»an,t. Particular Attention pad u> mc • are t bt* »peri J . aa( n-nu Ac iiv Cen ter vc. Iud ti* "»r. trot l*cv VI ONKOr.M EU ARM ICT. K«ali|iurtm for Wad Paper PbbI .thla, A*-. Iv CKK I KH. 4. W„ jus cauter strove Manufacturer and lea>*-r ii Ha o*v**.Saddle*, Bt >41r*. c*4iar*, Tniaaa.Vt b ps. BaTa.o tt.»i*". H tm* Cover* i.lov** M tt*«r an i ~ -gt\ ti*»*** ii Kl HOLT*;.'. ,    rf    East    rh.nl    *treel, E*aii:oaabi* Tai lor. 'enUeaien a .! find it bi tn*tr *.iv.ania«r* b* <*wi! *wb ta* before purcbaaiag eive where. I , M. I AKI A IO, J .    JUS Liua vtreec o*a*rai liar*!war**. ^ hit* 1.«m*I,< ms.P’ooier’" •Aeppiiee. tai I loth*. *.ntt I* R are. A apwriai-t. of sherwi*. M ii nam* Pa «las*i Monroe rans** I I Ll Kl*. ii aa >lauk- ■•« i«, t a : kl tula of blanks lose at leilk**r* and Dunkirk Pnating Oatopaav, s and IU IL sm»»l -t Aal DOLPH HOI DKNH ti EK. I 4    «    ,,r I *i. ’I abo Ii•. rf no Sue* l*eai*r in Aeraaite* Marble r agjnttg and Hoi .ail aa stoa*. * ai -a. air • • for* buyiu . your aum-walk « a IMT* a AO, | V    f and ♦ K.a»l    Cr' ,    ,    ac Whinny, W .sea, Hran-i.e*. «, -1, era! Lu* nor Stowe for la only Can. ip t IHC KT W KAY. I.obi "Orft, near thr triet M»«ar*h»s, "bai*. I***I    aud    L.vary    'halite. sui ti OU*, bs Ut*- ‘lay or    w**k    un    r*a**»uaoie SMrXBK Agt A MDTukh. jai Cesural Ask I p etaara*, Aksws»l I uaoraace ano heal Estaie %e*uC lire, l ife, A*‘*'id«,nt. and Live 'I** A levers.* Pr*»jupt tttca&oB guy a bi buy ne *.,d eating Ke-b I '•uas*- T. A. JOKES. s k. fkirl *L, cor D*er ▼ t -■ Meat Market. Trsah, salt -u.oked Koala. * *r*L waKIK Ov*i*rv P* Mal ary sad and IV S' AXK HES. JE WE* HI. AP. •guv lh* A tic ‘ria ftatdnwd to au-b. Kfpair ng » "|»*. uuty r*»*k r staid. NJ A. Third at vt Haw MCK. Mf* <-ua#i I Tkl law. iW * en tm. A veane $oOO reward: a g wiii pay th* above rv* * lr ! f**r any ■'** af Ll vt (txaplaiBl, t»v»p»-u«*i.a. sack i»e*«iatih*, ; liid.aesCoto, i*a*t paM»M» or I .aU veaeas w* j . an not cure with to eat a I *2r»-uai*** i-ifrr P'ua * * fir u tin*    i if*- #4n**Uv contin «•!    j Th*v are paceiy VegeUme, tad never tail a , in ce Aauafkccon su^ar C4*ate»l. Urwlwve » 5aaiaium* Ai PidK )»‘senba. IL a*r* of caus and Hallam** Th* jr*nmn* 'nun S^SSl!“t* o J..Hi    acu ' by MottKO*’* PH AB# VCT by Kemmler « co u ase I aud eud«sl by stat ug that the court had nu heattatiou in •aymg that they oauid out ob the record o* prv^wntrd reveraa the de* halon of the N*w Y ork court of appeal* nu opiKioK Th* owurt reviews the history of the en urtmeat of the law beginning with the statement coo tai ne«l in the annual meaeagn it the governor of New Y'ork, J na A I SRR The aert.**n of the gonstitutioo of New York relatme to “cruel and unusual pun ishmentv' ie also quoted Thin prwvwiou cad i ' origin in the ai of parhament of t’tMh -de* la ring th* rights and Libert lea of he -abject and nettling the *urceeeion of the crown. ~ UTU LABA TICK OB RUiHTK lh is declaration of nghta, aa va the ■•Oilit* h tai reference to arte of the execu-;.iv* ami judicial department* of the gov--ruitient of Kuglami. “nut the language in ,u«sti<>n a- used in the constitution of the date of New York, wa* iut*tkd*«l partic * utarty u» ofjerar* upon the legislature of th* ■•tat*, to whose control the punish utent of crime was a1 most w hail I y confided, "o that if the punishment prescrdied for an ft- ua* against the laws of th* 'tat* were manifestly cruel and unusual, ae burning at the -take crucifixion, breaking I *n th* wheel, d 'emboweling or hanging rn i bain', it would be the duty of the courts to adjudge such peoait.es to lie within the con't it ut rn ii ai inhibition. And we : hulk this equally true of the eighth emend meat in it- application to emigre***. Punishments ar* cruel because tb«»y involve torture or a lingering death, but the I poni-hment of > lea th is not cn»l within I rhe meaning of that wont as used in the acost ruction. It implies there something ; unhuman tad berl*art>U'. <Bmieth.ua more than th* mere causing of dissolution. kLI" ’SA’ TIO!l tv AT AL IE* kt>E KBW. courts of New Y"«*rk held that the rn*'ie ad-qaed in this in-tan<‘* might tie a d to be unusual because it was new, , bu Mi tt j? could not lie assumed to be •rue! in the lighT of that common know I-(Big* a tin h baa -ramped certain punish iiiHiit- a- -a* h that it. was for the iegmla-ture to -ay in what manner sentence of death shouhl be e.tei uted. that this act wa* ,    in    the effort to dev'.-e a m**re humane method of reaching the result; fl.it th* court* were bound to pre-lime that the legislature wa- possessed of the fa*.) s u ort which it t*s*h action, and that i by evidence taken aliunde the statute that I presumption couhi n**t be overthrown. I They. indeed, went further and *-tpresse*i ] the opinion that upon the evi«leo«*e, the ieg;-:ature had aftaioe«l by th* act th* ob-je* t bail in view n its psi nag#. “The «ie« Isl**n of the 'tate ctmrt* *u»-ta,niag the rain'.ity of the act under the stat* canaut anan i> n<A re-exami liable her* or was that decision agaln-t any title right, privilege or immunity special ly ser u;,* or * Maimed by the petitioner un-ler the *s n-rir iri*>n <T fhe I nit**! ■'tate* Tr*-a r _ it ae involving an adjuciatlon that tin* -tjrute was ti <t rep iguant to the federal roo-ut ut iou. thai * • ti* lusion wa* so p. * all rig’.t thai ae -houid not is* ju'ti .si in allowing the writ upon the ground ibat error aught have *upervenetl | theres u. TX'NHLMEXTAL RIGHTS ,,y OITtZEKS. i “The fourteenth amendment did not rad ieaiij rhaugv the whole theory of the re la I ti**#- *f til* -t it* and fhderal government* ■ to the people The same persou may be I at. th*- same time a citizen of the United 't.si. » iud » citi.:*n of a-tate Protect!*® ! ta life liberty aud property rests with the states and the amendment furnishe# an addin, rial guarantee against, any en-- crsu htu. tit by the state* upon thoeefund-ametifal r:*gl-,‘- which beliing to every citi ken aa a Blender of soi’irty. but which rights the state governments were created to) establish aad secure The privilege# aud immunit’e* af citizen* of of the United Si .lies as distinguished from the privilege* and immunities of the citizen* of the states are indeed protea ted j by it. but th*)** are privilege* and immunities arising out of th* nature and essen I Mal character of the national government. and they do nut embrace til# privileges and immunities of the citixeu* of the •tate. ski t EFS EV' AL PRi»TEf'TIOS TO ALL “As d’le pr*s se** «,*f law in the ti ft h amendment ref-reed to that law id the land w! s it tierivos it,' #nth«>nty fr*uu the iegis Ltio* is vep» conferre«i upm congress by the cor -.UT ut it® of The I nite«i Platea, ex an-ised within the limits themu pre ser1'led. md inter; r»- -d icconling lathe prin'ij lea «*< the cum mon law. so. in rh# four*e -nib amendment the same word* refer r. .'ti. at law of the land in each state which derive* it* authority from the m-i hereof and reserved powers of the 'tate. I exertcsl within the limit* of th.we fundamental principles of liberty and justice . which lie at the bwae af ail our civil and I political institution* Cud on Medly th# amendment forbnia any arbitrary depn vate® of Id# liliertv or pnqertp, and secure* Buttal protection to all under like I . ir« un,'T *i,    - in the enjoyment of their ‘ rigiit.' io*i in toe aiimtn.stration cd *:rim I innl just..* re.4uire» that no different or h.aher pun tmh maut shall bv imposed up*® n* than -tu b is pre** rtbed few ail for Uke rte afar-, but It was <iesigT)ed to interfere wit h the p*. wer of the state to pts aer t th# ii>es Itberiie* aud property of it* citizens aud to pruin.*te their health, peace, mural*, j eni'ication and gmsi order “Tte emu tnient of this Mature wa* tn J itself within th* legitimate sphere of the I Legv-lativ* ts>wer af the stat*, and in th# | observance of th .se general rule* pro s r<‘... Lf .mr system of junspru*i#nce; | and the legislature of the state of New I York determined that it did not indict I cruel a.id unusual punishment, and its I Bautta have sustained that «ieterminat ion | U * ennnnt percei ve that the state b u J I bere * •▼ k’"ri*fged the privileges df inima-j ai Lie* of the p* i; .oner <>r deprived bim of I due j us siess of law. “In ordrr t*» reverse the ju«lgment of the hiv.Lexs court of ttie -lati* of New York. We -h.iUhi ie is»ru j ie I bs I to hold that it ii*! Ciimmit:e*l sn *m*r sn grows as to ani *nnt iu law to «* .lemai by the state ut lug proc ce* *.f law to one accuaed rf <’r,uia •**111 I>lM-ttMlKf ta* Revision mf th# Cow* fess!oa mf faith. > arati MAA, May 'ii.—At th# afternoon *e-- <>n of tlie Pre-byterian conference yew Le rd av the quest i<n of the revndoo of the ooh fc -ion of faith was <lei«t«d at great Length Dr < raig. a roeident of < Im ago, bnf # rnrnui .".i<»ner from Iowa. delivered a long a. I dr*—s in the course of which he declared that tinul lo day he had been an anti re cis K® ft, He 'ani that rev urn® wa# a very diff*cuit thing to do. and he did ant feel vure that the conference would accum plink it. Dr Mc* leiland indorsed the position held by Mr C raig. He wa# followed by Dr Herrick Johnson who said the awm bl J was so near agree meat that it would be a wonder a wmtow and a shame if it Jill not ci®ie to it, “We need not fear the integrity of the system xviii be disturbed When the ov’erture* come before the church, if there is deviation from the Cal-▼ani'ti* -.stem it will be promptly ehm histed It is not possible that th# com mitt** will undertake to impair th# sya-em of doctrine taught in th# confesaion * Elder Torrey wa* far revisiun and houaht the committee needed not do anviling under President Patron * paper, but Mr lay'* pa j *• r or de re*! them to prepare jverfure* He thought the anti revision ud* »>r# driven into a very small huh* The committee should have a roving cum RU#*].®. In- F euezer Erskine thought the re vision movement «&• safe He now wanted ta b**w to the will of the great majority .tad lye w«# willing tow* the expert nrienLtried. but sr* mud not lie too coal! lent th.*’ revi.-ion of rue • <®fession ta Z*-'ing to tie em-v He 'uag-'-ted That th# paper* he cutnmitted to a commute to r# port agiun. Hon George S Graham would not due miss rev -ion He advocated Dr Patton'# resolution boca a-* hi' paper would meet the view' of the Philadelphia brethren better than the paper of Mr Day. Dr Patron ' paper suite*! him #■ a moderate re* i'iom.'t abel a Ualvanist. and h# did not objes-t to incorporating the word k airan 'ti. - la*t us pmtpoa# the ques turn of ds if .-reave' until the next anne ruble, when tile overtures shall come up for ionsiderat ion. He favored Dr Patton * pajs-r •■*-> m-e- it wa* a heroic con. esaioa. niAgi) ticent m*>ral heroism and all should Admin* ? I et the inauguration of thi# movement •** along the lines of [eat* and set the on ll let if it must come, be in th# next assembly Dr K R. Bu* th opp*wed the pnncipie pr^'-mcleafed by Mr Urahnm. We are to take the lead and not to be led. We reprw-srtit Ih* muieiis** multitude that hav# v te*i for th:* movement. The resolution# *f Dr Putt*® are # positive disc*be*lienee to the order# of th** Presbytery*, for it# ■•onimitfee eau do nothing and will lo nothing Let rh.we who rspresent revi#-lonints not fall to the rear but 'Land to their gun*. “I don't want that word ‘Uaivani.'tic' in,"’ said Dr B*s>th. ;Hm#a# and erie' of “I do" all over the house, j Dr I haries L Thompson thought the plans could be harmonized As t# Mr Day s paper he wanted it amended. It Ji*l not rightly quote the action of last year. He wan red a full hs-tory of th# vote a' it is given ta Dr Patt n s plan he would -av 'alterations and aiii*-Q«liMeuL* •halt not impair the reformed or ( ai van ist ic system of faith " The papers were referred to a committee if seven to report to the aseeitibly this morning The committee consist# of Des P'ltton. Met'rat ken. F.rokin and Keiupohaii sn it. - Day, Graham and T< rroy Ad joe.rue*! at '» p. rn. A VERSATILE speech. Mr. Clark*«tii NkiMle. a % wristy af Sato-je* t» at a R-«ii>4 Met tu Host un. Bog, ■ n Ma f Ss — I ^ h •» 'pee*:h at the Norf. Ik club don. r Ii st evening. Pi ret As is**ant P» .st mar ♦ Lord kailstoary 4<t in tourers a Rrjirtmf ta th# Great Explorer for His frequent Allusion* to fcafliA Lark of J nter-prteo—EnglUh VTurktuguen *    \pprrrl- atioa of Emperor H illiaas. losixix, May‘34.—Th# rebuke animmi#-terod to Mr Stanley by Lord Salisbury in hi# speech at the banquet of the Men ham Tailor# company Thursday night ha* set Che faahhw in certain quarters to in*iulg« in disparaging reference# to 'k*- explorer to an an warranted degree While there la no doubt that Mr ."tanley’s frequent ar rmgmment of the Bnti-h government. pres* aud public for their lack of enter pre in matron* contemplat"rig English advancement in Africa ha* hail the effect to detract from his popularity, It Is still true that hts-,tn< rnre*4 were in the main justified by the facts bat hi* manner and alefh■ ■ I have been off.ttx.dve and he will b# matle to suffer for hi# presumption in ••any way*. Though Mr Stanley through hi# invaluable service* to civil lint ion ha# •a ural horde* of frieu*!* ami a*lmirer» wh# will adhere to him under all ct mi m 'tance#. it is unfortunately the fa* t that his overbearing manner and assumption of superiority have provoked enmity tower* I him in quarter* where it sa must de siraUe that he should be regarded with favor Hi# attempt to introduce African manner* into English society while en deavunog to dire* r Engl.-ta eurors ri-s- into Afro a has proved a lament * ,.* f »f! ire. English manufacturer' d» a t vrow with pleasure the nae of a rival in the cotton manufacturing bu'iue-*' ct t'.dotnbo, in the island of <-*yloa. where cotton milLs are being started with lo.UUU spindle* and IfiU loom# soon to be largely extended. I rn bor in Ceylon I* cheaper than ut India. and far cheaper than m Great Britain, while there is abundant raw material at hand It is thought th* new industry may bec.)ase a powerful rival for the Asia tic trad#. A LARUM MB*. BPT ION TO THI KAISER. Th# London workingmen # unrealza Mons are engaged in considereri«# of the □Clatter of giving a grand labor reception to Emperor William of Germany on the occasion of hi# vimt to England in July The demonstration will be made in recog aition of the effort# of the kai'er to ameliorate the condition of the workingman in 'iermaay aud his endeavor*, through th# recent labor conference in Berlin, to spread tne lienetits of hi* work to the laborer* of other countries. As there is no opposition to the proposal the occurrence of the reception is practically •mured. The ref arn* from the various iron industries in the north of England show an enormous increase of busine** and a general coadirtou of pro'pority in which th# t-mplu' **"• are -haring In rn *st of rile nulls the wage# of the workmen have heen a*lv#n<'«sl sad rhe remainder of th# foun <lrie*. aune*, etc., are preparing to follow th# example thus set. HOBBY F> H TRE PuPE. The various delegates of pilgrims wh** have lately visited the js.pe have carnel to the holy father aa xggregat* 'urn of rn* ney appr*<xiui.ir.u-r t:a* mjfi (if rhG amount LJs.tiXJ came from France. £10.**xi from Italy. ALOUD from AnatrtK Ac M) from Germany, and trip**) from America. Sir William Mackinac®. pn—,*ient of the Emin relief committee, bas complete*! arrangements to go t*. Berlin in the early part of June to open negotiation# f*.r an amicable working agreement lief ween the British and (german Sjuth African com pan;**' It is understood that he ha- receive*! assuran«ros from Bertin that overture* to that end will receive favorable consideration A new political party, called the party of J list ice, has been formed at Canari, aith the object of agitating rhe restorer in of the independence of the state of Hesse Electoral At Gallon. Prussia. ye*»ter*iay the hon## of * farmer , containing his insane wife and two children caught tire. The farmer hastened to the hon*- from an adjacent field aud attempted to rescue the inmates He had scarcely entered the burning building when the roof fell ami all four were burned to death beg.in witU ( ec-r ii < larks*® the janeiro que;A. a un*! d#-cUmtthtt outrage and terrorism ware employed in toe rGutu u> prevent the Oro re 1 ne pie fr**m v»g;ng the Republican tick.-’ After rwentv-five rear* the nth *'si t je-i fo *i<* justice to the black man. Tiro na.roo amar now do him justice Elections for unfit®*! offices must is* pr r* t* ! v t‘ « us’ n Mr < larkson next r* f.*rml lo theci'nd’tion of the M est-ei u farmer, and a*.in.-tai; that it wa* bad. butyrin: ate., th*- * ;t ro general economic laws, «vemr» si notion, isolation, etc. F.ixrii hoi.-* - -iitmld be placed nearer to-geib<-4 I L*-    •    w.i# ts-cunang uion* at tre*-tire chan the coantrv This accounted ’ r rn,*ny of tiro f-ira ere tr«*ubi«*. The farmer #irov»    pr>>i«-cti«»n    wa#    hi#    best frtenii. He w«-ald uot lie deceived by free tride arg in.eat - Mr ( lark<**>u dwelt next upou the labor qn«9»tion iud took a very optimistic view of it I niler the beneficent operation of protect I u wage# were g*>i;i z ap and hour* g, iug down. Profit 'barm.' would com# a#xt ae th# flan! solution of all questions between labor anticapital. Mr Ulaiksun then turned to the question of civil service reform, and reiterated his well known ole !e*"tions to the prewnt civil service law. Every citizen shoaid have a chance to -erve hi' country There 'hould lie no life-boblmg * bv-' in office. In conclusion. ,\Jr Clarks*® referred to the newspaper qtxe#-tion. aud said that it was owing to the pernicious activity of the Dem* n.-rit ic p. »*t master* during the Cleveland administration that w« now fin*! the circulation of newspaper* #o arrangnl that there are WU Demo*ratio dailies in the country and only UM Republican dailies: that the Dem«*‘ratic dailies have a circular nm of i.NIU.‘AJO. an*! the Re publican of only l,~iUU.Q>M. that there are 1.34b Democrat ic and only §«# Republican weeklies, and that the magazines snp|>ort-tng the Democratic party have a circulation of nearly iou IOU. while those support ,Yxg the Republican party have less than loJU.ikM* circiilsti*®. Mr Clark*® appealed to Reputdicans to support Republican paper* and IWM be led away by fads and isms into the support of so-called independent, but really Democratic papera Tse roastrwtlo# Train# Cwllirfe- Nia H aven. C«®n.. May JA—Two con-struction trains *® the N^w York and New Haven rail" tad collided near "outh Lynn Three Ila. ions are repo rte* I killed an*I *ight or ten injured. A wrecking traia wz» sent from bere. Will ba Takea to Moan* for Trial Washington, May -*4 —The supreme court of the United .''tate* yester*Iay de alai an appeal from a decision of the circuit eourt of the Un '*~d Starer for the southern district of New York discharging a writ of habeas corpus in tiro ca-*- of Luis Oketxa Y” Corte*, the secretary of the public debt bureau of Cuba. who wa# ar rested in New York on the charge of em bezzling fTUU.fififi in coupons ami **ertifi-*ate* of ii.»debt**dr.e" w hile holding ufficro irider tAe "puni'b government at Havana. Jteisa wa# arre'te*I on an appii* ate® of he "pan.'h consul general under the .reaty existing Wtweeu the Unite*! state* md ."pain The <"a*e wa* heard liefore the nrcuit court of the Unite*! State* for the '•at be rn district of Mew Y’ork on a writ rf halva.- corpus and the writ wa# diro barge*!. By the dr* i-ion of the supreme .•our! LReiza will Is* taken to Havana for rial.    ____ Bight P*t#*’h«r* %rre*tr*l, Delhi. X Y . Mitt "JA—Eight person* nave bet® arrested on complaint of Robert I. Livingston of New York. charged with unlawful.y catching trout in l«i';e Delaware. ow ne*! by complainant. They will be arraigned for trial to-day. Three are the firet arrests of poacher* this -soiron *^n breams throughout th** Ca.-kill trout region water* owurd or le*~.**i I y corpora Lions or private individuals. Th** Moraloa Charet* I hsrtrr. WajhiisoTuN. May JA — Ex S uator Mr D*®ald yester lay mh»!e a written appli. a ti*® in the supreme n®rt of the I one*! States for a rehear mr in the cases (kcifiwl laat Mon*!ay revoking the charter af the Mormon church. The court did not grant the application for a rehearing hut decided to vacate the tier re# and bold the matter over for the next term. Haw th* Katie#'* Mualawa la Beiag Coati net e«i at WwhlBfiitn. W v.'Hrxi.rwx. May JA—After routine ' baal at-" yesterday the hou-e went int# | co rum st tee of the whole, Mr Burrow# of Michigan in the chair, on the river an*) harbor bill Mr. Elliot of South Carolina moved to increase the appropriation for improving Win yaw nay, South Carolina, from fiU.fifiO to f!YO.Ul« Rejected. Mr WtilianM of Ohio, speaking tom ver bal amendment, criticized several items in the bill aa evidence* of log roiling on the part af the committee. Mr plunger of Illinois and Mr Sweney of Iowa offered amendments intended to limit to fliKJ *WU. the sum which may be paid after condemnation pr*#*eedinga for lock and dam No. I on the Monongahela river, but they were rejec ted. Mr H itt of Illinois moved an amend ment to give the city of Galena, rn , the right to take ap the work of harbor improvement there dropped by the govern ment. and complete it providing that the city 'hail t Leu receive JI dU. i im. Agreed to. Mr Post of Illinois offered an amendment appropriating BJT*UWM for the pnr-pone of seen ring a continuous navigable waterway bet wren lake Michigan and the M isaiah ppi river, adequate for the passage of the iarge*r M -si - ippi river steamismts ta*I naval vessels and for the conti4mation of the survey of the Illinois river. Mr. Holmen of Indiana made a point of order aga.ust the amendment, but it wa# overruled. Mr Mender**® of Illinois said th*t the commiitre on river* and harbor# batt uot eo»»-i*iered the proptieitbm. an*! it should n«>t lie included in the bill without such con'•* lent’ >oi».    • Mr Y’andever of ('a1 iforma said that the jealousy ex; ting bef wreu < hi* ago anil St Loan* had hit her?** prevented t he .adoption •rf thi- grau*i, nnrional proj*#"t. which would certainly be earned out in the end. Mr. Uatthing* of M -sL'*ippi m»>ved D* amend the amendment by fixing the appropriafi*® at    'This    was ae cepfetl by Mr    but    the    entire    propo- *urn»u aa amended w;ui rejec"te«i by the house. Vt iron the para gen <>h* appropriating •WU '*•> f.»r rhe roue! rocs i<® af the IIliaoL* aud M:.",-.'ip(i4 * Hennepin> canal was reached. Mr. Turner .if • Georgia made the point of order that tile commit?## on river# ami harbor* had no junsdi**?i<®, a# ha*! UvD «i**:ided in the prece*lmg con gre*re* Mr Header#*® 'aid that according ta ’he uniform decL-ion-. the referen«:e of the bill ce the committee of rhe whole 'topped a challenge of rhe juri.**iiction of the rivers and harb*>r# committee. Mr. Hatch of Missouri argue*! in sijp-p*>rt of th# p* int of order, Mr Groeven r of ohio contended that the cfirrrmittee on river* and ha.*?-ors was acting within the scope of it* authority in providing for the canal because it wa* a caual for the improvement of the Mississippi river Fending a decision the committee rose. The spe.-ikrr appotote*! Mr Mc Millan of rennt*"ee ai* a ref*-*re on the customs a4imini'’rutive bill in place of Mr t 'arlisle, eX*’U'e«i. The holist# then at 5 p. rn. took a revere until * o'* tack. the eveuing se "ion to be for the c msideratrom of private pension bill*.    _ _ IK THt 'IN ATB. VV ASBISGTOK. May J4.-In the senate yesieniay rhe voasiiroration of the naval appropriation bi!; wa* resumed and the amendment af rhe committee on appropri si cu* to *inke out rhe item for fiftu.uM# f«#r repair# of rhe do»*k at the Boston navy yanl wa* disagreed to, a* were also several >ther amemlments reported by the committee on appropriarioD# ceaate bill fur a public building at <'an ’«®. <> . coat u*g to exceed fliMj.OQfi, wa* i ak-n from the cairn tar and passed. The tariff bill was received from the ho tire an* I referred to the committee on finance. Mr Stanford addressed the senate in taivoracv of the hill iarr<xlu< e«| by him so ane -lay# ago proridittf for loan* bv the goveram-nt on agricultural laud*. The bill coniine* its provision* for loans to agru ult ural land*, but in time they will proixtbiy be extended to some other kinds of property, and even Bo municipalities with proper restrictions. The bdl wa* ref**rre I. Mr Pugh gave notice that when the -.tv»-r btl! wa* raken ap’which he sup {•ore*! would uot be till Monday - he woald -about some remarks np*.u it. The naval Appropriation bill wa* again taken up. Th*- question being on the amen*Iment to -trike out the item of J5Q.UOO for improvement of the plant at Hortnmouth. N H . navy yani. The di** n*ei«>n wa* renewed, g*>ing over rhe question of the public utility of navy yard- of the politi* a1 scan dab* to which their management ha# given rise of ct ast defenre- of the policy of building up a strong arr. It wa* carne*! • n by Me—r#. Bl.) r, IU- ®»*k. Hawley ami Dolph. The bill w*-tij. user without actu®. I .®f.*rence repo rt on the bill f*>r a public building at Aurora. HL*., wa* presented aud abreed to. The limit of cost L* fixe*! ar #TY.(*JU, After a snort secret *e"ion the ■amate aj»lj*»nrne*i. Trouble Feorevi in MawaiL San Filvk* :-* o. May JA—A special fr**m Mare I*lan»l *ay*: The ••rui.'er Chariest*® was sent to H«®oliilu ar the request of rhe American minister to Hawaii, and that the fact that trouble is p*w#ible <® the convening of the Hawaiian legislature and the mstallaxion of new member* and officers wa# the reason for the request HEAVY RAINS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Railway r.i«nnnni*4ti..i» Cut (HT Between Oil City ,4aal Buffalo. PiTT'Bi Bi-, May 21—The following specials were received by The Time# I aer night: Oil City Ram fell very heavily in I hi* section today. The water above is higher mar ever Known liefore. No tr:un* are runumg listwe%>a thi Uity ami Buffalo an«i Oil City an*I Warren, No sen- u.' < lam. un* yet re ie r-e*! by water. Conaellaville—The hewvy rain* covered the southwest Penii'> Ivor a tra< k* several hundred fret, today. M Mint See creek r*»*e very high ami carried away many small bridge*. Mrottdale—Several railroad Ftndge* have h***a pr» mm nee*! unsafe aa a result of the heavy nu na BrockawayVille — Thi# town hi partly umier water from the heavy rain#. No damage known yet. Wamtungton — ' am Furman wa# striM'k by lightsun c ami iii'tantly killed yester*Lay af:ern*« u while rig building. I bree com nan,on- wi ii him were badly •hockeil Furman wa# unmarried. Marnier ami Kaicide. Hamiltok. O., May J4 —Patrick Malloy, aged 50 years, a farmer living near "even Mile. O., shot an*I killed his son (George, aged JR. veaterday morning, ami then blew oat his brain# with a revolver The shooting wa# the result of a quarrel over a division of tome property I oui este*t Elrrtlon €'a##a l »«wi*i«-*L YU\SHiKotov. May SA—The house committee on electi* us yestenlay «ieci*Ie»l three c mtested    case*.    Iu the case of < ".aliner-. lie pa bi an. against M r. in Ik-m»■* j-g. fc in the Se**®d district of Misajaajppi. the committee <leci«Le*i to report in fxtor **f Mr. Morgan, who hobb* the seat in the house. In the cases of Langston r#. Yenabie from the Fourth Virginu ui'triot. an*! of Miller v*. Elli«>t, fronr the S*venrh "ou*h Carolinadktiriet, the conj rnilice, by strict party votes, decided to make report# favorable to the contestant#, both Re; un. ic ana KEMMLER 8 DOOM SEALED TK# *tipr«**»e Ceurt D*bim th* \ pp I trull**** for a Writ of Error Wt'H’K* tov. Mav M. — The supreme court of the United ."tares yesterday <iw Died the application for a writ of error ia th# cane of Kemmier. nmier #enleoce of death by elei'tricity Opinion by Chief Justice Fuller: The opinion first recite* the proceeding* in the lower mu rte lea«iiug up to the bringing of the ease to this court. T!;a court -ays it la arg**! in Kemmler * la*h«G hat the fourteenth amendment is a pr>* Indite® on the state of the inip<ta*in«® at «*ruel tml unusual pnni'iimeot tm# owing lncludwi in the term "due pro* es# of law " The origin of rhe phrase “cruel ami unusual puuiwiinient.* the court wold was in the English act uf tee lenient of dire aud meant that b#j’t>arona m*-tho*l.* of punishment should boc be indicted It meant that a man should tut be sentenced to ■ teeth by torture, but did mot uieau that Ute death penalty itself waa cruel. The court of appeal*, the opiitx® 'av*, held that rue punishment iuiii< ted on Gemmier waa unusual, but that there WR# un evidence to show tho? it wx# cruel. The legislature of New York had the tact# ‘val dig upon this qIiestn®. attal the court must presume that the legislature hoi de used a punish ment it thought lea# cruel ban the former node That de*.i-iou, the coart say#, was not against auv special privilege set up bv th# prisoner, aud w aa to fairly nght rn at ine curt would not lie justified in over ruling A The fourteenth amendment did not noteri.dly change th# whole theory of he government. Citizens still remain itizrus, both of the stat# aud of he I OI re*! St arse The only .'bange ta that the amendment furnt-he* an old it inn*! guarantee against eocroacL-:nenr by the st#te upon the fundamental nght* of the citizen. Tile privileges ami i mm a rn tie# of citizen* of the Unite*! -tate* are, indeed, protected by them. Three are the privilege* zrisjug. The coart quotes tile Hurtado css# on the meaning of the phrase “due process of taw ”1 The change in form of death wa# within the legitimate sphere of tile legit* lax iv# power **f the state. The legislature >f the state of New York determined that it did not inflict cruet or unusual punish meat, tad it# coaita have sustained that I -termination. Tin- unirt . annot *-# that the prisoner 4a» been deprived of due precess of law In Omer to re ver-e the judgment this *-onrt -could be compelled to hold that the ‘Hart of appeals had committed an error •o gross a- io deprive the prisoner of his •-oustit11ti*mal righto. The court has no •e-otarion in 'Hying it cannot do thin. CEDAR KEYS' FUGITIVE MAYOR. Hi# lipailitioa in v»r**h of Cottrell A Pardoned. UEDA!* KET*. Fla , May H -Th# exp#*ii ’ion of the cutter Mcloine up the Suawa ae# ri\er in search of Mayor ('**ttrell wa' ah«n<iune*! We«inesiiay night. Capf 'iiivth -aid that, from hi* observation, the «>fHliti*>n of affair* in this town hail heen even wore# than represented At a meeting of the city council J ame# • 'uttrell, brother of the fugitive mayor, tnnuunced that the latter would never re urn to Cedar Key* aud the council might Lucre!>,re declare rhe office vacant and or-ier a new election. The action of the council has not bern ma*ie public aud the •itiaeti* are awaiting it with deep interest < <ipt ."rn - th an«i Collector Pinker?*® have ’n.uie elabonde rep«»rts of the affair to the reasury department. A K ailroatl Wort^kgetl. watehtmwn. N. Y„ May J4 —A mort gage of C.iJdu * xx i, given by the Utica an* I Black River Rail rood '-oaaponv in favor of the Ueufral Trust company of New Y'ork. has l**en file*! for record at the county clerk * office in this city The railroad '•ompany borrowed the money to *M»ti'fy mortgage# that will soon become due. ihirte-n hun*ire*i thousan*! dollar# are to ha paid Jan, I, IAH!. Irmo xii*, Jab. I, »k*4, and    July I. I Ka* The com pany have issue*t J.*Yiu Aper cent -I,i«»i bonds payable semi annually. The mortgage is secured by the entire Utica and Black River railroad property, now uttder a ninety nine year i«a#e by the Rome. Watertown and (»g*ien*bur*g Rail road ompany. This mortgage is one of ise larged ever dockete*i in the Jefferson county clerk'# office A C ripple Craal) v tourdered. Cattlittsbi rg. w Va., May JA—An ttrriooa rn linier occurred at Pigeon nver » few day* ago Jim Brewer shat md killed Ika Brewer. Jr. ta the store aouse of E. Walker The «hoormg was a used by the reopening of an oh! feud in** Brew**r, Jr . wan sitting in the store when Jim Brewer came in and without a word st rack Ike a blow arith hi* Wmchea-ter rifle aero*# the neck, breaking It. Kfter the dying man fell to the floor ilrewer put the muzzle of the rifle to his um iud firing scattered the man s brain* n every direction. Brewer was arrested • ad is in the I aiwan county jail. Jim i‘sewer was the leading character in the » iiing of the Baisdm brothers three or four week* ago Ike Brewer, Jr., was a ripple having only our leg. To Expel Kalaoa Keeper#. St. Loris. May JA —The grand lodge of !>ld Fellow# of Missouri voted. JU to JS, to expel Bairam keeper#. Many of the f*er man -aiuon keejsT# of St.. lamia are leo*! #g lights of the order, and as many of • i**m are insured in it. rh# question may be ermtaated in th# court*. It is said the .rantl Us!ge decided that saloon keeper# ire ineligible under a provision of the con--r:nitron excluding rho## not having# reputable rn*-aus of support. A Family Pr*wtrsi4*i toy Lightning. Flehinu, N J.. May JA — Lightning st ruck the house of a family named Hi akey at Frenchtown amt prostrated the six ii? mate'. A milkman stopped at the house to*! found th# entire family rn aa ancon- • boas condition. He en m mooed medical i I. and by no*® the sufferers were recov-r;ng One of H in kitty'* sons had his ..and paralyzed. Welcomiag Their FI ret (.*»% enter. Gi THRfl, I. T., May J4 —fiovernor Steele, Oklahoma’* first governor, has arrive*; ere. Crowds gathered at every s?ati<® • long the line ami cordially greeted him rn arrival here salute* were fired and an fcoormoua crowd welcomed th# executive. Misplaced €«aOden##. KaksKS City. Mo., May JA —Elan Allan, co;.r.deurial clerk of th# Austin laviwt rn* at -om paay has. it is alleged, forged Austin’* name to checks aggrega?inq and gone t*»' aaada with the money Kilted His Mistress. Tritioad, Caln , May J4.-J. J. Pratt shot and kiilad his Mascon mistreaa. Katie Grqcitt. and then put a knllet through his own head. dying a taw haws afterward. Chaaa, jealousy. si; Erie STdHE fir . YOl*1£LT^ IRE CJLIEB $8.75    $9.75 Bef4t Silk I lii'li. Hana-oilily UpholKt^r**?! BABY CAB I ll AGES, With Heavy Lint*?i Satin Para'll ami Standard, Star Hear Spring, THE FINEST IN THE MARKET Worth £ 12.0* i and    for $S.75 anc! $9.75 SPK< IA I, CHICK. EniE STORE. SPECIAL AN NOU Nl.EM EN I IM- * >kk * It- « \ NT Kl* W- . ,    ,    , lf *fc< Ul- iii, p i    »•    '    «    >r» pee, Ko experience ne*-*le*f. I. hi .,#*# to MITMtY, AillW?} {Ban, g*N heeler, N I • lee extents, * aveate tint Re- Gsu#** -ecured frwte Marks registered Ail l‘:tu-nl I nm im--' *®«liic!e*l for en .-lorn ie K****. Inl«>rui.»u«i. iii VMW ain! speetai ref* rem-es* entun re.4n»—t ion he male till ta ISM* w\,r”2™.    ^ ierred wha • an lurm-n ^ burse aud giv thru sin>lc t me bi the bual Br-s. spare wnetii nay he proki -My empkwed also. A few va* 4n*.t#s in . an -tad ct new H. F. JOHNSON A Cli, wx*. Man ic, K it    Va $rjU\ CASH will ba* lh# property on the » to tor curlier «*f Front an*I swan 'tree!*. L*d by IJH feet, I Bleo have a law library of over aw rut ante' fi#r atle • lo ap f»>r ‘-a-h. II. - he w a r> i. iHinkn'k, N V KLXUVIL fir. t»e*». I. Blo* k ha rn has rew**ve*l hi* uffi<v ami re-1« Ie rn*- lo Nu. :t£f )i«»v*- vin*-!. UMU I Hoc aa t» a. nu till noon; I p. ut, till 4 p. ai. 'linda* f«‘retta**'« amt Wis-kdaf event na *»V * )• (en iii im-UL 11 a t v' v * , I a*', <**#1 amt wood h*mae, hamtsoaie « ira rn ta am! v•-lifmie, tnM’k *o»*>p iml 'torts-bouse, 'Teen‘I*h.re ami wimloW', storm -a-ti* * ami •utztde billa}'; hamlAoaic’y imrier* <1, newly poi a Ie* I iaaule ami out, irater ami *<d in kitchen ami h drsnt f*ir lawn. L< t ®xISO, ear auiewaika, fruit trees, garden md hot bed I bargain. ROOMS TO RENT ” la lh# Mer* hants Bask.ButIdinf. ti    Jacob    Wtrtaeror Frank May. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just rec*i vc*I a full lint* <*f SNI \ L J aam Mi* iW Rto..Maa.MB uaNVVuiv wM iMrs•«**»•' a Equal to any in tin* city, aud %t prices that will jdty you to acc him hnfoi “ purchasing. m RECEIVED OCR SPRING AND SI MMER LINE OF Os::i Tis: d Slicer: JUST RECEIVED -I — A I 'ar!**#*! of lh*—— FINEST and RAREST ROSES. 'Atmruse*. VV eeptru’ It*(*c* Kvergrecna. "brab# ( limbers. Fruit .m*l urn unrip fKl tree' Never liefore did you *«# tree* so ni«-c an*l large ae these ar#. I * iii -cli them very cheap. Why do I ■•ell them cheap1 Because ii will help to improve the city and make it possible that after *• me tune iller# will he no city or town in whi le UL tut County belier provided vt ith fin*, tree# than Dunkirk ( all at VANDERWEL LEN S GREEN HOUSE Cor Eagle and Seventh Ste. Bl KF ALO, N Y\ We have frequent ret {lieut* by mail for sample* of new em Broideries. "ti* ll requests We gfH plea****! to ret eire. Blit we Beg to ask for particulars in regard to the sample?* wanted. State whether edgings, insertion - or flouncing*, also what width and some plea of the price, He hare a stock of » mb oideriea that is se* odd to n*»n* in the con®" try alai superior to an) iii Buffalo* The money value we offer is simply tmpa railed. I here are edging?* from 1-4 of aa inch to Is inches wide in * arn Brie, jaconet, nainsook aiel >»vi-.' muslin. Ma Uh* * I sets iii <iirrerent width# of.do»u_r and insertion of all desirable kinds of material. Allover embroideries in great variety. Hon ne in g» in th** «lirferei»t wi.itfia ! rom I' in* lies to (JO i ne lies. Special lines of l aml’ric edge# at •>c. hs*, 12 I iv. l.M*, ami 2-> Cti l*»*r y ard. * Aion MEl.or.i g .Sr Ak{f#,g«oK. New go*els for this season are coming in daily. The muslin underwear stock is complete, also the linen st*w k, the cotton Block and the white g«>*)d- -to* k. By **eom-plete" we mean they have all the new ity I*** iii this season*# new gotsls—all the variety that the hest J purchasing fa< iltfie* in fh** comely • an bring together. Uh* V\ int* r -to* k * ai*- <*ffering ^reat bargains. There never was a time when you could trade here more advantageously. WE HAVE THEM IN PAT-ENT LEATHER A BRIGHT DONGOLA. WITH FANCY CO! OR ED OOZE TRIM-MIN GS. W E A LSI J HAVE A BEA UTI FL L PATENT LEA TUER SLIPPER. WITH A LARGE # BUCKLE FOR street wear. SULLIVAN & SON 213 Centre Street. Aihi I-'dfii- aid Anton, DRY GOODS, Carpets and Draperies, H.x>k»!*n<i -tailottery, AMKKICZ.K HUH ti, I'.m-un m 41 .v sr hi: ut. Ul t KALO, N V. CC. PENFOLD to Man ii fur til ref am! [mps)-rt*ir, M4 to kl.K -T., Bl FF %LO, K. Y. DRAT.KR Ut Diamonds,    Watches and Jewelry, t Jocks. sUv**rwar**, I .eat her    et*’. ITX URA ti YO, HOLD if HIL IKR PLA TIX A COMPLETE LIKE OF Holiday Goods R4V4 HAIN STK KET, lro*|iMS* PE Mte mr kl GEO. It 111 Go to Monroe s for Curtains and Fixtures. ;