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S a vol. vn. OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH GENERAL NEWS. A Chinese Breeie in Virginia City. this expedition is a sort of pioneer House bill to amend the Revised one, by which mining and other in- Statutes with respect to the interest formation is expected. on surrendered or called bonds, but The Tete Comet Edmunds objected to its second and it was laid aside. Washington, Feb, 28. The Presi- reading y On motion of Windoui, the Senate dent's veto message on the Chinese bill will not be sent to Congress this took a recess. afternoon, but may be expected toHOUSE. morrow. Your correspondent h.td In the course of a short debate as unquestionable official authority for the statement that it is not simply a to priority of business,JAtkins, chairmatter of inference but a positive man, and Ha'e, member of the committee on appropriations, made statefact that the bill will be vetoed. ments as to the condition of business, Eirlt.mtat OrerThe Vet. to the effect that only four of the ap Washington, D. C, Feb. 28. Au. thentic information that the Presi- propriation bill had passed into laws. dent had definitely determined to There were eight more to be comveto the Chinese bill reached the pleted of which two, the fortification a few minutes after the and army bills, were in conference. Capitol Blount, of the committee, then re close of the Cabinet session, and at once excited throughout the Pacific ported back the post office bill with Coast delegation a feeling of deep re- a recommendation, which was agreed that the Senate amendments with gret, not unmixed with indignation. to, two the Brazilian subsidy The arrangement that and exceptions the classification of mail matter the cause of the forthcoming veto is in in gross. The be the incorporation in the bill of clause formally abrogating two treaty committee also recommended that articles, is denounced by all the the two excepted amendments be in also, but desired friends of the bill as a mere pretext for a decision which is really prompt- that they should be voted upon ed by fear of the Eastern public sen- separately and some time allowed timent manifested by the leading for debate, which was then begun. After a long debate a vote was newspapers of both parties, by the resolutions of such bodies as the New taken on concurring in the amendYork Chamber of Commerce and by ment and it was rejected, and it was , in without further the utterances of metropolitan pulvote. The next question was on the pits. It is reported that the President Senate amendment for of mail matter. After an hour's is sustained in his course by all the members of his cabinet, that thera discussion everything requiring regis good reason to believe that several istration of periodicals was, on motion of them merely acquiesced after the of Cannon, struck out. Pending further actions the President and Secretary Evarts had appeared at the bar of definitely determined it. The veto the House having in custody Geo. F. message will be comparatively brief. Seward. Having announced his Preparing for the Veto. the speaker, addressing presence, Sax Francisco, Feb. 28. In anSeward, said "Mr. Seward,you have e ticipation of the veto of the at the bar of the been bill to morrow and the pos- House presented under the order of the House a of disturbance sibility' ensuing, for a breach of the privileges of the General McComb, acting under in- House to answer structions of the Governor has placed certain in refusing questions propounded to you a guard over all the armories of the of the House, which a militia. It is not known that by committeee committee was authat questions inis this he in duing thorized by the House to ask. for fluenced by knowledge of any prostanding niute when tendered an movement a of riotous posed nature, witness, and for failing to It is probably a purely precautionary oath as acertain books as required by produce is measure. There guard ground for duce tecum. It is my duty subpoena the belief that at the present juncby authority of the House, to ture of political affairs in the State, now, ask whether you are ready to take the leaders of the workingmen and the oath tendered to you by the their followers may be among the chairman of the committee to answer first to oppose any violent action. - the questions propounded to you and to produce the books as requested to-da- Published every morning (except Monday) by the junction Printing Association, VICTIM OF AN ABORTION DISCOVERED FLOATING A IN (Incorporated.) Death. w PtUrtred y ttirrirr . o any part of TRUNK. A Man and Six Children Burned to x a tics or smscKirrrox: SZiSSZ A (A 1.00 CWy. advertising rate made known on GEORGE F. SEWARD BROUGHT BEFORE THE BAR OF THE HOUSE. application. The Veto of the Chinese Bill Ready. BUSINESS CARDS. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AGAINST LAWLESSNESS TA- KEN IN SAN FRANCISCO. Dr. RAY DAVIS, , Surgical& Me chemical Dentist, Building, Fourth (Up Stairs.) Tribe's Etc., Etc. Etc., By W. U. Telegraph to the Johctiou Street, SkirmUk with China. San Francisco, Feb. 28. Virginia dll3-t- f City dispatch: Chinatown has been in a commotion all day over an abA. S. I ON DON, M. D. ducted China woman. The officers who went down to rescue her were Surgeon and Physician, fired on by the Chinese with shotNext Door to Juwctiojc Office, guns. They returned the fire with revolvers and dispersed the Chinese. OOIOENThe woman, who was taken by the police, married this afternoon; the H. W. 0. MAKGABY, couple asked to be allowed to spend their honeymoon in the County jail AND as they fear being killed. Consider LA W, able excitement prevailed. Ihe COUJYSELOR-at- Office CanfleUl block, est side Main St.. Chinese again attacked the officers UTAH. this evening, who went after the woman s clothes. . UTAH. d57-l- y ATTOKNKY a.jiE. B A ItIt ATT, PEHCIVAL J. ATTORNEY . CounK' lor nt H.n-- Horrible Affair. Boston, Feb. 28. This afternoon Michael Daly, while at work on AT Western Avenue, about two miles outside of the city of Lynn, saw a ASSISTANT O. 8. DIST. ATTORNEY. little way off what he supposed was a Mortgage Kf huge piece ot wood, and on investi Collections a 8r'ltT. r.on fected. Ortice, Kest Side Man St., Ogl-n- . gation it proved to be a trunk, from y , which a ' uman hand protruded. T ie trunk was tied with a large woolen GEORGE THOMPSON, string. On lilting the lid, a horrible spectacle was presented,it being that of the body of a young woman about ' Main Street, Ogden. 24 years old, in a nude condition; PRACTICAL HAIR DRESSER. with arms and legs twisted about in Ciil-droi-1 '"" Drexxinfi atul arid (Sitting Ladies' every conceivable shape. Her nose Hair, making Fancy Hair Work, was entirely cut off. The trunk con dSTtf a Specialty. tained, besides the dead body, two bottles and BeVeral champagne bricks. An autopsy being hem, it I. X. WIU.UH3, r. s. sissiics, Formerly Chief Justice was the opinion of the doctor that fro.watin; Att'y, Weber Cn. Snpreiue Oourt.K.jr. she had been dead several days. far she has not been identified. RlCHAllDS & WILLIAMS, Thus Latkr. Miss Laura Teed,of Franklin, Mass., who has been missing since the 21st, although her age does Office in Peery Block, Fourth St.. not correspond with that of the girl found at Lynne in the trunk, might OGDEN, UTAH. d2tt-tbe mistaken for one of twenty-fou- r f years. The description given by Superintendent Adams, of the Boston E.G. JOHNSON, M. I)., police, of Miss Teed, answers this description of the murdered girl. HOMOEOPATHIC A great deal of excitement and no little horror has been caused by the and Surgeon. mysterious Physician event. Offlc on Fifth Ptreet, fiv doori west of Wade's In the investigation regarding the the More, nrttcnlftrattnntion wtdto Drug f dlS6-lj- r of wodiob and children. body Of the young woman found at Lynne, itjjis demonstrated, beyond a doubt, that her death was caused by J. D. CARNAHAN, M. D. abortion, probably" within forty-eigh- t hours. The body was clothed in a Office on Fourth Street, Off den, long white night dress. In her ears were small gold earrings with pendNear Peery, Herrick Co.'i Store. ant globe. The face was clothed dSStf with frozen blood, which, being washed away, revealed the fact that the woman's nose had been completeMURPHY. M. D., ly cut off,apparently with some sharp The only grednated instruments, and with the evident object of causing disfigurement, which would prevent identification. ' '. the ..In ...... city. Burned to Death. Office 6th Street, Ogden, Utah Cincinnati, Feb. 28. A dispatch diSly from Nelsonville, Ohio, states that the house of J. M. Lunsford was RICHARD WILLIAMS. burned at twelve o'clock this morning. Mr. Lunsford and six of his Plumber and Ga-Eittchildren, who were asleep; were smothered or burned to death. Only Jobbing and Repairinc done. Patent Point for the wife and one child escaped. wire n ells. Agent tor Ramsey force d57-l- BARBER, LAWYERS. ' J.J. er. Pnmps. . MAIN STREET. OGDEN. FLAI8 A. aiRESWELL, A.HS 05H1HIHTAL WOOD TUENIH3. Order and the ieectfally atsolicited trade lowest retos. supplied Paraitnr repairing and general jobbing; alto w mithing. Merclmndse and produce taken. M AIN 8t, North of Z. C. M. I. d57-6- Changing Things. Augusta, Me., Feb. 28. In the Senate a resolution submitting to the people the question of biennial elections and sessions of the Legislature passed in concurrence with the House, 23 to 2. This is the only constitutional amendment submitted to the people. It is not proposed to change the time of election from September. Arrested. 8 ward BILL POSTING. Theonl, UUMd y in Ogden is Bill-Pt- JOHN HOR8POOL Wh" " to P'l " gitt etre,workand onni,the in. with shortest , kwtlce. IN ALL CASES QFlSCROFULA, t CANCERS. FITS, Cbrome sod nd Ir. Feb. 28. Journali Wash ington: The warrant for the arrest of serveu George . Seward was of the by the Serge&nt-at-Arm- s House, and Mr. Seward was taken to the Capital to be brought before the Urnftlis Hons. Mr. Seward will be taken before the House about four o'clock, when the discussion over the amendments of the post office appropriation bill are disposed of. Mr. Seward will deny that the House has jurisdiction over his books and the Democratic majority will probably vote to put him in confinement until he responds to the demands of the n committee. He cannot be kept next Tuhrsdav. the end of the present Congress, so that his incarceration wiu oe oi snort RHEUMATISM Aeots, WORMS WORM FEVERS, eonnult E. L. PL ART, MARKET ROW.S. L. CITY. "Vwtor cm b fonud in Ogden ewy ' nday.at hi office in tee Anthony Honee,fbnn-0,ob ,,otoi fro i- to u Xf1? UOft-ly- r con-tha- duration. Sroaling Expedition. Sas Francisco, LOOK ON THIS PICTURE J. O. STEPHENS, corrixo axd enlarging doxb. If yon want a Good Pictnra, go to STEPHENS' ART OALIERY, Vbera ail work ie done In an artistic manner and at reasonable rate, ry comer ot 'iltb and Venng Fts, Ogden v 4 Feb. San special 28. Diego dispatch: The Union' from Tucson says: Hundreds to-da- y of Sonorians are coming into na to avoid taking part in. or enduring the effects of the revolution. Many are destitute. Capt. Rafferty, with a company of troops and Indian scouts left yesterday for a month's scout along the border southwest of here. This scout was ordered weeks before the Sonora revolution was known, hence no reference to it. Very little exploring has ever been uido in southwestern Arizona, and Arizo- to-da- y The Financial Condition 400 ' anti-Cnines- XLV CONGRESS. By W. U. Telegraph to the Jdkctio. SENATE. Washington! Feb. 28.-- A communl cation from David P. Orblp pontes' tant for a seat trom South Carolina, was read and laid on the table.. Corbin states that he has been before the Senate two years asserting J atiuttari tiia ainlita UnvinA luian 1119 llgUtOj UOIlllg kyVlll U.T lHIVVUi and the committee on privileges ana elections so reported. He refers to the vote of luesday, by which the Senate refused to consider his case, and says the action of certain Senators indicates that his right to the seat will not be acted on at this session, and it will be useless for him to renew the contest in the next session. Ue therefore withdraws from the eon test. Corbin adds, had he been admitted ' he might ' have been able, among other duties, to have rendered service to the colored people of South Carolina now in need of assistance. After passing a number of private bills on the calendar,thejbill making an appropriation for the payment of arrears of pensions was taken up. in the The Senate House amendments and asked for a committee of conference. Conkling said some of the amendments improved the bill, and upon his motion it was ordered that the amendments be printed. Further consideration of the bill has postponed until The pending question was on the amendment of Ingalls providing for the division of the country into 76 districts and the appointment of a surgeon and pension clerk, &c, with a view to preventing frauus on the bureau. Ingalls said his Eension that 15 or 20 per cent of all pensions were improperly paid. The amendment would prevent frauds. It was recommended by the Secretary of the Interior, by the commissioner of pensions and by the Senate committee on pensions. He had received this morning a infamous circular gotten up by claim agents who were opposed to the amendment. There were some honorable exceptions but as a general thing those agents were the worst species of vermin that ever infested the body politic. They opposed this amendment because it frustrated their schemes of robbery. Gordon said this was too grave a matter to be considered in these last hours of the session. Voorhees objected to the proposed amendment because it created a large number of federal officeholders. Chandler favored the amendment and said while he was in charge of the Interior Department he sought in every way to search out and prevent fraudulent pension cases. Bailey submitted an amendment providing that the pension surgeons and pension clerks contemplated by the amendment of Ingalls be appointed by the President by and with the advice of the Senate instead of by the Secretary of the Interior. Agreed to. Kirkwood submitted an amendment to provide that pensions shall commence from the date of death or discharge of the person on whose account the pension is granted, where the application shall be filed prior to the 1st of July, 1880, instead of the 1st o' January, 1880, as proposed by the committee. After that date the pension to commence from filing application. Pending discussion the Vice President laid before the Senate the 1 1 s A 1879. NO. 129. FOREIGN NOTES. WM. VAN of France DIM CO., FORWARDERS FAMILIES STARVING IN And wholesale and retail dtalsrs in all SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND. kinds of The African Situation riuhangrd. FARM PRODUCE. By W. BIKERS' AXD Etc. Etc., Wholesale Dealers tn Fine Kentucky WniSKIES, WINES AND LIQUOSR; ATIC. Etc.. CO. s Imported and Domestic THE LINES LOST BY THE WRECK OF THE ADRIFAMILY Arereceivfa eoaalftiMMils dairy efaaosa aslt.O sd iiock aad Wkrta ta at the t SPECIALTY. A Ami Cigars, FLOUR CTslegrapa to ths Joxctiok.J LOWEST EASTERN PRICES. French Finance. semi-offici- d 1, I Paris, Feb. 28. Leon Say, minis- GRAHAM FLOUR, ter of finance has explained to the All orders by mail will be prompt CORN MEAL, budget committee, that the converly attended to. sion of five per cent, rentes would be CRACKED WHEAT, to. unpopular at home and impossible abroad. He pointed out the continSCHLESINGEB Cfc, gency that holders of five per cent, Special Attention given to order rentes might refuse to exchange their the lines of either of the rail- Sole Agent or Utuk for tk CtUWitoa old bonds for new ones, the govern- along ment would then be compelled to ways leading inte Ogden fbr Grain, FRANZ TALK'S , borrow gold from the banks to Hour, ete-- in car Lad lots or less. redeem the five per cents. Such operad37-t- f. MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER tion would exhaust the banks of their whole stock of gold and compel the ODELL & WRIGHT. Iient in the Market. government to resort to n forced cur Wliulesala and Reetil Daler In rency. Ihe vote ot the budget com Lit ICS, PRO VISIONS mittee resolved to take note of the declaration of the minister of finance. (Jmln. F!our, Feet!, The government does not contemfive the of conversion ctnit. plate per VJSflKTAHLlN, FRUITS, Etc. rentes as an expression of confidence. c not I fliipplng1 Desperate Condition nf Things. ieoialty. it GOODS DELIVERED London, Feb, 28. Sir GeQrce Campbell's (Liberal) motion in the To nil parts of tV m fr of charge, j House ot Commons that the summatone BOX 16 ry prohibition of the importation of UTAH. cattle from the United States is calculated to destroy an important trade and deprive Eugland of the advantage of cheap meat, was postponed W. 0. STROHM & CO., at the earnest ' request of the influ-tia- l (In J. 1. Dooly k Go's Block) members of his own party, who OGDEN CITY, - UTAH, thought the subject was not ripe for Transact a Ueaeral ' discussion. Sheffield states of The Mayor that inne district of that town there are 4,01X) persons destitute and 400 famiCollection liuMnr-M- , lies actually starving. The relief Loans negotiated, Tltlos Examined, Trim Paid fund, except about 800 pounds has by the lubpotna duces tecum." Abstract turnisheit, Interest and Bests have Seward "I prepared, with been expended. Collected, Transfers of Property made, kr.. the assistance of my counsel, a stateThe Ramlsa Clrealsr. au, Bcsraiscsicnvio rsoiiPT .tttzxticx. ment of law affecting this question W. 0. STROHM, Notary Palilio, Managor, London, Feb. 28. A Vienna diswhich I bog leave to hand in respectmention is made of the References: J I. Dooly a Oo Mauksrt.Oc- says patch be it may fully and request that Co., Hankers, Ogdon, new Russian circular to the powttrs, eu. J. w. uutiirte read." Hankers, bah im uuj. to the treaty veus, largo a attention their calling The spw long legal argument, of Berlin. ' In the circular it is' said was read. The pith of it is that witRussia suggests that the powers deness is protected by the sacred guar sire means to obliterate the difficul 5 article of of the Constitution, antee ties likely to arrise from the clause Amendments. He claims the pro Turks to occupy tha (Successors to f. W.Gutbri A Oo ) tection of that guarantee, avowing itermittiug the urges that a definitive the most sincere respect for the government for Roumelia be estabHouse, and the belief that his just lished officer will not tion. before the Ru sian evacua- FOURTH rights as a citizen and STREET, 00 DEN, UTAH. be wilfully or willingly infringed. A says if the circu He argued that the books called for lar iscorrespondent intended to hasten the settle Tranwct a General Banking are not public records, and he there- ment of liusinen. pending questions, it is is connot in fore submits that he if be successful: intend to but likely tempt of the House and that hi ed to excuse the prolongation of the Including the purchase and sals of change on all prlneipal cities of ought to be discharged from arrest. Russian occupation, scarcely a single the United States and Kurops Speaker (to Seward) "Do you de- power will accept the excuse. sire to be understood as declining to rOKBMPONDClVTS. Stats On. produce the books you were required A Get, Hsw York. ro produce, and do you decline to Capetown advice to Feb. 11th, Qeo. Op tyke noantse nros by way of Maderia, say the situation rirst take the oath offered to yon?" National Bank, Chicago. Omaha. Seward "I Btand here Mr. Speak- is unchanged. Lord Chelmsford was first National Bank, 4 Omaha National Bank, on the defensive. Ihe Deseret National er for 'the rights of a citizen and acting strictly BaltLaksOlty. Bank, So long as persons who are my British loss in the light at Korkei McUoru.es a uo, A Baa Frsiwisro. personal enemies are pursuing me drift, on the 22d, ult., including the Sether On, dSS-before this committee, I shall hold native contingent, is estimated at 500 men. over I all the books and papers that now hold. I speak this with perfect reBojral Wedding. UNITED EFFORT spect and deference to the House, Feb. 28. Princess Louise Berlin, MAKBS A for stand all the shall I but rights Margret, neice of the Emperor, last guaranteed me by the Constitution. night gave her farewell reception' UNITED COMMUNITY! And Borne Industrie promote the general I wont say to this House that when- previous to starting for England to veal, therefor, patronise the ever the committee says what it has wed Prince Arthur, Duke of done with my persecutors it can The wedding was postponed have my books, and whenever the one month in consequence of the CO OPERATIVE treasury department or State depart- death of Princess Alice; it will take ment demands my books it shall place at Windsor, on the 13th of have them, but not at the instance March. Which leads the van In the manufacture of my enemies. BeMrt Cenflrmed. of FIRSf-CLASSpringer thereupon submitted a London, Feb. 28. A telegram motion declaring Seward in confrom Dunkirk confirms the report tempt of the House. of the men on the that forty-tw- o an submitted amendment Burdy Adriatic, when she broke up, Of Every Grade, Stylo aad Pries. referring the matter to the judiciary ship were lost. Among the drowned are committee, to report what action the mate of Adriatic and the agent should be taken. The make Jnst snrh roods as their patrons re of the Independence Salvage Co., quire, is "That let it Luttrell and by work ins together are eaabled t go right, their customers tlis beneAt of cheap rate Hive to the judiciary committee. The Liverpool. term. tfefor buying eaaaaiae or aad easy liberty of a citizen is at stake." "I VOWS. the BOILED LIGHT5IXG hope Springer gentleman Home-Mad- e from California (Luttrell) will possess himself. There is no 'Heathen O' re Robert WHICH ARB Kelly, the recently Chinee' in the matter, although it is leased Fenian, has arrived in New KEPT C051NTANTI.T 05 HAKD.st a case coming from China. Seward York. Z, C. M. I..W 0. Child's, W. II. Pidoock speaks as if the committee was used A fire at Monroe, Mich., last night & Son's and at our stand oa Main for the purpose of allowing his enethe MonrocCounty Street, north of fourth. mies to pursue him. The only wit- totally destroyed nesses against him were men who Court House. Loss, $40,000. were or are officers of the governThe conventions of the Democrats Kr pairs Seedy asd Promptly Exeratetf. ment. Mr. Meyers was appointed and Green backers of Michigan, are consul general at Shanghai by Prest. consulting with a view to a fusion 31A IN S Tit EE Tt - OGDEN. tebUtt Grant, and was confirmed by the against the Republicans. was Wells Mr. G. and Wiley Senate, James E. Sawyer died at Dover, N. appointed by the present occupant H.Jvesterdav.aeed.80. He was a Whig office. are These of the presidential for Governor and held the two witnesses whom Seward candidate Dealers la offices under the United States many speaks of as his enemies. lie has and state government. PRODUCE GROCERIES, been offered every opportunity befair committee have to a fore the and FRUITS. hearing." The Investigation and COMMISSION. SHIPPING Seward "I have not had the and medical of Made the intention the profession by attacking slightest Place el business, Old Theatre Building, the people of t he West proves the chairman of the committee. scene of After a great confusion superiority of .Brown s rAMar Medi and uproar the House refused ( 107 to cinb over Eastern remedies. Have 110) Springer's motion for the pre- vou a Couch, a feeling of oppression Prompt and Careful A .Vmtion to orders, P. O Bos m vious question (which would have and sorenews 01 the l.ungs7 lisnirx s fU-- f cut off a vote on Bundy's substitute), Cough Baux will cure you. For relieving bore liiro.tt and arid then proceeded to vote on the It was agreed to, ayes clearing and strengthening the voire, substitute. ' . n Tnf.-.ir- . r, ... ri i , ..- - . .I GEORGE STANGER, 112, nays 108. Seward was, on motion of Butler, by everybody. The healin? properties of Arnica discharged from custody on his own are conceded by all physieinns. For recognizance. Fifth Street, Ogden, Utah. The remainder of the Senate healing sores, ulcers, cuts, burn, amendments to the post office appro bruises, frost bites, piles, ard sore in eyes, Brown's Arnica Salvr is withpriation bill were At the and eommitteeoTeon.ersnce oraerea out a rival. Extract Sarsapariila, Dandelion LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. The House then took a recess. The evening session was confined and Iodide Potassium is the King of to the consideration of pension bills Remedies for the Blood and Liver and to bills for the removal of politi- - and all skin disease. For sale by J. Meat sold Cheap by the Quarter dSTU W. McNctt & Co., Ogden. caldisabihties. dly OfJIi;, ... HM-Si- n . REAL ESTATE IIARKNESS&CO. BANKERS, THE BEST Beer laager la the Country is to be found at the U. P. BREWERY AMD J MALTim IIOUiikt Fifth Street, east of Commercial Hotel, . . UTAH. OGDEN, fJALOOEQ And Families Supplied: Orders from along the Railroad Lines or any part of the Country will be promptly and faithfully attended to. BUCHMniiER & WELLS Proprietors. 5)tf . offi-oe- Oysters' Oysters! BY THE PLATE OE J.B.GOODFELLOW'S Hfth Street, Oydem r. MM. tl t. WORKINGMEN'S INSTITUTION. S CAR. I am prepared to ship any qnanti C. O. IX, to any part ty at any time, of the oonnlry. J. B. (.OODFEIXOW; dSOT-o- n Geo.Ford&Co. Dealer. HIDES, BOOTS W SHOES 1st PELTS WOOX! Cot aer Wall and Fifth Strict, Ofdaa City, Vssk Goods, H.M.BOND&CO., Fourth St., Ogden, tniwl EVER OFFERED. I am Selling Out my Entire Stock of B GOODDt Clothlnff Hals, Boots and Shoes, WITHOUT RESERVE. At Wholesale ot Retail. ! MEAT d BEST CHANCE MARKET. TIIK BEST of CUTS Xo Reasonable Offer Refute,. FRED. LEVY. P.S. Do not wait, but eome oo with your Cash and Secure your d67-3t- n Bargains.