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GossipAbout the Sturdy English^Liberal and His Sons and^Daughters,
DIVIDED BY POLITICS.
ScorchingWit of the Elder Bright-^Hit Aversion to Work-^Religious Be^^liefs.
UrightoD,England, Corrva pon donee |^Among the many liondooers whu have^come down to this beautiful watering place^to eaeaue lUv hideous fog of London, is^William I^atham Bright, one of John^UrLffhl's sons. ^Will^ Urluht, as he is^universally known,is what Irishmen would^call the ^broth of a boy.^ He seldom^speak* in the house, or Indeed out of it;^but he is nevertheless well known and^highly respected. He has little resem^^blance, either mentally or physl ally.to his^illustrious father, except that he has^a keen wit The wit, however, li of a less^seorrhintf character than that of his fa^^ther, who in the days of his full^strength was never witty without scorch^^ing like sulphuric arid. For Instance: At^more than one period of his political career^he has been compelled to desist from polit^^ical work on account of threatened soften-^iug of the brain. On one occasion a Uiry.^named Lord Lindsay, was brutal as well^' *h indiscreet em ugh wsay that this disease^was inflicted bv Providence on Mr. Hright^as a punishment for his sins, liright^quietly retorted that sofleuing of the brain^was not a punishment that could be In^^flicted upon nis assatlaut; there were cer^^tain things that it was beyond the power^Of even Omniooteuce to do.
HutWill Hright says things almost as^good. His father has been much pained by^his son's adoption of the heresy of home^run aud wrote Will some rather stiff let^^ters upon the subject Will replied by^asking if these were the kind of letters that^after all should be exchanged between one^statesman and another. \ ou miss part of^the Joke from the fact that you have not^*aeen Will Hright^a big man with the face^and figure and devil-may-care air of an^overgrown fury.
1^MBttN Will Hright for the purpose of^giving your readers some particulars about^his great father, in which many of them^will doubtless be interested. As you know^by cablegram, there has been a great^change for the better in his condition. The^disease of the lungs has greatly subsided.^The doctors, however, say nothing about^another and even more serious malady^from which he suffers, which is, curiously^enough, what is known as Hrlght's disease.^What has stood Hright in great stead is his
f;reattemperance in eating and drink^ng. It is years since he has tasted^any stimulant The one weakness^he has is an inordinate passion for^smoking. When he is w^U ne la rarely^ever without a pipe or a cigar in bis mouth.^He has been all his life a very lazy man.^He once said to Justin McCarthy that his^great and yearning desire was a passionate^love of doing nothing. He has never^shown any constructive ability or even in^^dustry. It is said^and I believe with truth^^that he never read a measure through In^the whole course of his life, and on the two^occasions on which he held office he never^did anything or attempted to.
Oflate years bis life has been rather mel^^ancholy. All his children have gone out^Into the world to do for themselves. They^are, by the way, a curiously divided fami-^Hy. Two of his sons are Unionists^Will,^as 1 huve already written, is a staunch^lloiiie-Kuler. All his daughters, 1 believe,^are Home Uulers. So also is his brother^Jacob Hright For mum' time Jobs Hright^has lived rather a solitary lite in his house^quit*' close to his mills, his sole companion^a housekeeper. It is a curious fact that^throughout his illness he has kept up his^interest In the I'arnell movement.^Kvery day he has had the full and^prolix report of the I'arnell commission in^the Times read to hnu. He was very^soft* iied, however, 1 lu tr, or at least he^was during a certain stage of his illness, as^' to tli* Irish question, and uever spoke of it^I At all, or if he did it was In terms of unusu-^I al raininess. It is generally thought that^trie real reason of his antagonism to ire^'land Is personal. With all his UMtMM^* there is some weakness in hia character,^and a great sensitiveness to criticism is^one of these weak points. During the^i fierce beat of one of the scenes^^ In the great struggle between the^Irish party and the liberal govern-^| merit in Ikh^, some hard thiugs were said^i of Mr. Hright by more than one Irish mem^^ber^in replj, tt must he said, to equally^hard things trom Mr. Hright^which the^old man has never forgotten or forgiven^This is the curious difference be^^tween him and Mr. (Gladstone. Kt|ually^hard things were said of Gladstone,^but he has the quick Celtic 'em ^^ r -^ment^quick to strike and quick to forgive.^Mi- re Is not the least trace in him of any^recollection of the hard things that he said^himself or that were said against him dur^^ing the fight. Indeed he has that peculiar^faculty of t^eirig able to drtuk of the waters^I of Lethe whenever the circumstances have^I passed away that evoked his anger.^I During his illness Mr. Hright has been^r perfectly calm and composed. He has not^I spoken much, if at ail, of the life to come,^I though he is known to be a firm and en-^| tlrely orthodox believer. Indeed on this
Folnthe is said to t^^ a little intolerant,^le has never liked Mr. Chamberlain much,^I and it is said that on one occasion he^I samitjed him up by saying that one c ouldn't^I have any confidence in a man that had no^religion, (for has Hright ever sought spir^itual consolation from any person. This,^however, is easily explained, because he in^a member of the Society of Friends, and^they have no faith in what they term sac^^erdotalism.T. V. O'Connor
Jackmn, Mich., Jan. W ^Mrs. Mary A.^Latimer, a widow, was mysteriously shot^and killed in bed last night Her son, It I.^Latimer left home last nightsaying he was^going to Detroit
boxesare arranged tn tiers, one above the^other, tn a cylindrical frame, each bird^being fastened in Its box with its head to^the front The feeder ia supplied with a^box of the prepared feed and a force pump.^Each chicken Is taken in turn, its mouth^opened and a tube inserted, through which^It* quota of food ts forced into the crop.^For broiling purposes chickens are taken^when from three to four months old and^kept under treatment three weeks. For^roasting, those from live to eight months^old are selected, and they are fed a month.^The treatment in that time adds about 50^per ceut to their weight
APUBLIC SCHOOL IDYL.
AnAmerican Ship Flrad on
Pahih,Jan. *Jn.-A dispatch to the Temps^from Zanzibar, says an American sailing^vessel, hound from Zanzibar tit Madagas^^car, was fired on by a German vessel and^one of her mauls hroken.
GoodNewt for tplcoraa^N. w York Mali: William 0. Williarns.a^newppspt r man formerly of the press of^this city and lat**r of Pans, has intriMluced^Into this country a somewhat novel epl-^icu-ean scheme. He proposes to prepare^poultry for table nse after the most ap-
(iroverfFrench plan, where the fowls are^ged and fattened exclusively for eating.^The chickens, of approved breed, are taken^young, confined In well ventilated boxes in^darkeded department, fed three times a^day by artificial means with pre^^pared food, composed of cream and^ground cereals, are allowed no exercise,^and have no business in life but^to acquire tenderness, fatness^ond Juiciness. Their fl-sh is then in a con^^dition to tempt the dullest appetite. The
KamIt In, cram It la,
Cfctttesa^ beads an* hollow'^Mim It It 1 tn It in.
ntillthara ^ more to follow:^Hyttlsna ami hla'ory,^Attrcnonili tnyMery,^Altf^bra, llifttolotfy,^La* la, Ktvinology,^Botany, Gaomatry,^(.reek nod Trtgonom ^try,^^Kam It In, cram it In,
Children'sheads are follow!
HsuIt tn, tap it in.
What are tearht re paid for^^Han* It In, slap It In,
Whatwere children mads for^^Ancient \rct neology,^Aryan Philology,^r*roso^ly, /oology,^I'byeUe, ^ rni-1^^U^t:\,^('ileum* and Mtthsoiattcs,^Hhetorle ani Hydrostatics,^^Uoni It 1 , coax It Id,
Childrens beads are hollow
HubIt in, club It In,
Allii. n* Is of learning,^Punch It In, crunch U In,
(Quenchtheir childish yearning^For the fi^ld end tfrseey nook,^Me ,duw green s'^d rU^pllug brook;^Drive suca wicked thoughts afar'^Teach tbe children that they are,^But machines to cram H In,^Bsng it In, slsm It la
Thattheir heade are hollo*
Allthat they can swallow;^Fold It In, sold tt In,
ulithere's mo e tn follow'^Ka pinched and sad anil pale^Tell the asm* undying t^Is,~^T 11 ol ntpinenle ronhed from *'eep.^Meal* untMsted, ntndle* deep.^Those who've paee*-d the furnace throagr,^With aching nruw will tell to you^liow the teacher crammed It Id,
fimmd It In, jtnimed It la.^Crumbed It In, p*r^ h^*d It ln(^Kuhhed It la, clubtwd It in,^Pressed It snd caressed It In,^Happed it In and elapp^d It In^When tb lr he ids w^re hollow '
KPHANh Lintailkr, In I'uck.
WinterExcursions to California.
Onthe 15th day of erery month the^Northern Pacific Railroad company will^sell excursion tickets to .San Francisco and^return at $76; to Los Anfreles and return^SV4. These tickets have an extreme limit^of six months from date of Issuance and^can be used RuinR any time withrn sixty^^n0) days from date of sale. .Stop-overs al^^lowed at any point desired^either going^or returning^within limit of ticket Ex^curslonists have choice of two Mutes from^Portland^by steamer, or by rail, vU the^famou^ Mount Shasta route.
Uearin mind that the Northern Pacific is^the only line running through sleeping and^dining cars to the Pacific coast.
A.L. Stokkn, (leneral Agent
TheUnion Pacific railway company will^sell excursion tickets from Helena to^Council liluffs, Omaha, St Joseph, Leav^^enworth and Kansas City from Jan. 20 to^inclusive, for 940 for the round trip,^good ninety days from date of sale.
A.E. Vkazib, Agt,^^^ N. Main St
Curefor Sick Haadache.
Ifyou want a remedy for biliousness,^pimples in the face, and a sure cure for^sick headache, ask It. S. Hale A Co., the^druggists, for a free sample of Dr. Ounn's^Liver Pills. Only one for a dose; full box
Whenyou desire a pleasant physic try^St Patrick's pills. They can always be^depended upon, and to not nauseate l!^e^stomach nor grine the bowels. For sale by^H. M. Paichen A Co.
Thisis the seaaon of the year when the^raw, cold winds create sad havoc with the^hands and complexion. Soft white hands^and a clear '^peachy^ complexion can be^assuredly preserved by the frequent appli-^OittoP ofDutard'i Specific If rubbed into^the skin well it leaves no greasy surface.^The skin absorbs it Mold by It S. Hale a^Co., wholesale and retail agents.
Theimmediate symptoms of dyspepsia,^or indigestion, Is a distressing sense of^weigtit, oppression and fullness In the^stomach, heartburn, loss oi appetite, foul^br^ath, belching, flatulency, nausea, pains^In the shoulders and breast Dr. Henley's^Dandelion Tonic promotes healthy diges^tion and removes all unhealthy symptoms.^Sold by K S. Hale ,v Co., wholesale and^retail agents.
M.ik s tin- lives uf many people miserable,^canning, distress after eating, sour stomach,^v k lir.niaehe. heartburn, loss of apiH'tlte,^a faint, ^all gone^feeling, bad taste, coated^tongue, and irregularity ot^UlStrOSS the bowels. Dyspepsia does^After not Pt well of Itself. It^-requires careful attention,
baling am| a r(.medy like Hood's^Rarsaparllla, which acts gently, yelefficiently.^It tones the stomach, regulates the diges^^tion, creates a good IS^ ft|r^W^retire, 1-anMies headache i
andisjiisfcH hm bsjsja Headache
*'I have been troubled with dyspepsia, I^bail but little appetite, and what I did eat^Mf^art* distressed me, or did me
ullttle *ond* atu t eatm^ 1
DUrn would have a faint or tired,
all-gouefeeling, as though I had not eaten
unyrhing. My trouble was aggravated by
Aiybusiness, painting. I*a*t |^ftlir
springI I*** Hood's Bar- OOUr
saparllla,which did me an Stomach
Immenseamoimt of goisj. It gave, me an
appetite,and my food rellnhed and satisfied
thecraving I had previously experienced.
Geoboea. Page, Watertown, Mass.
Soldby all 4ruicffUts. f I; ^iz for Sfl. prepnrfHt only^SjC. I. II()ol^ A CO., Apothecarte*. Lowell, Mau
IOODoses One Dollar
Fropoauisfur Field S. ece.
I H. Indian -er . ^ ^^Cnw Agency, Montana, IVH |^Mai j.r .. ^i **Prii^ aals for Ki^-Id
Hidi' and addr'n***d to ih** uorierflgrad at Cfi.w^A^xory, Mont., will i^p r^cHved at to'i areur)^QDlil on* o'c ock of h 27th, tSK^, to^ 1 !)r i \m inv
anddsllv^rlng a*, thf t r- w Agvb'.r, Mo t , ahon*^HUI poanda sssi tn t'-.o^^^ p nnd* a#*n o^^b^poaads Mel t4,^Ui p .and- ^ ^-d
cskiipisi)' ii seas.
Bachbid mast scrompaiiled hy a ^ ^ r,i-.^chack on ^on^ I*. h depo^ltnr^ f^f at laa*t a par^c-nt uf th* an n'.'of ins pr*p^'*ai, wr.|rh *h^^h^or draft will ^ ^ f s*fsff .( i,, tta t 8 ^a ^ %^^^ aay^hlddor or b ddM^a ra *-Mbb- an award a^ all f I to^promptly *i^ra*^ ^ I ^ tra t wfir ^ ...^t ^r ,j Mff^el*nt MSWtJssj; oth-*rw a# to he t^^^i ^**^^: to ths^hldd#r.
Forfurther Infomallon apply io tba unVr
8 P H'm-. t,v
V.H l idtao Agent
A.J. Davidson ^ Co., CLARKE, CONRAD ^ CURTIN
32and 34 Main Street, Helena. M T ,
WholoAaie.MudRetail Decvlera lo
Heavy,Shelf ^ Building
Incorporated. Jobbers and Dealers in
HARNESSAND HORSE CLOTHING
BainWagons, Whiteley Steel IIOWBB8 and Hinders, Cham^pion Mowers, Bonanza, Tiger, and Holiiuirgworth Hay Rakes,^Oliver Chilled and Moline Steel Plows, the Flying Dutchman^Sulky Plows.
CommonHarness of all Styles. Buggies, Carriages, Moun^^tain Spring Wagons, Delivery Wagons, Carts, Buekboards.^A Full Line of EXTRAS.
Ihave carried out the very best work in Helena, and will^carry out all work entrusted to me in the shortest time and give^clients the benefit of a wide experience.
AllHelena and Butte work given preference in time.
Acompetent superintendent always at hand.
MURRAY AND THOMPSON FALLS.
Fine Easy Spring Coaches and Comfortable Sleighs.
LeaveMurray and Thompson Falls Every Morning Except^Sunday at 7:30. Carries U. S. Maraud Fx press.
Officesnext door to Fashion Stables, Murray ^ Allen's^Hotel, Tohmpsou Falls.
A.M.HOLIER HARDWARE CO
Weston'sDifferential Pulley Blocks,^Hand Blowers and Forges,^Atkins Silver Steel Saws,^Lumbering Goods,^Fire Brick,^Mica Roofing,^O K Building Paper,^Iron, Steel and Wire Nails.^Also Carry the Most Complete^Assortment of Builders' Hardware
IN THE) MAIKET.
Agentsfor Atlas Engines and Boilers, Knowles Steam
GhoH Li^htiiitt, Burglar Alarms, Door Bells, An
Seethem In operation. Model nukingand repairing of Hewing Machine* and^Hmall machinery a npeclalty. OBNTAL OXMN IN BTOOK.
WithO. T. MOKRBLL, laraal Ulo ^, Clora.Bt.
HIDES,FUR and WOOL
HIGHESTCASH PRICES PAID.
Warehouseopposite Northern Pacilic Kailroad depot, Helena
Iron,Steel, Horse and Mule 8b jes. Horse Nails,^Steel Nails, Mill Supplies, Blacksmith's Goods,^Hose. Belting. Tinner's Stock, Force and Lift Pumps,
Qa*Pipe and Fittings, Carpenters' Tooli
oiaAsjvnts far lha UtltbrtlM
SUPERIOR^and Famous ^ACORN
Cookingaud Heating Stoves,
And W. O Flehor e Olnolnaatl Hoto) and Family
CeuteonlalRafYlgerators, Ioe CbesU, Water Cooler*.^Ice Cream Freezers, Wood aod Willowware, QIaa^^and dueensware, English and American Cutlery^French and American Mirrors, Plumbers Goods auo^8upplies, House Furnishing Goods Etc, Hu
mrtKitfTU raaparttully larllatl tuarall and Inapact lha UAHUBHT and noai ounpivta asmfc gs
WIOLESALb AND RETAIL SIOCK OF C00DS IV fli
J#*r^ fr*m Oou^n soiikim ana a#Mt*^ Pfmpt Altanllafl ana Saiamam
CLARKE.CONRAD ^ CURTIN.
Furniture,Carpets, Wall Paper
Having-laaa*d tha two appr noon of tha DarM a^m hli^ck aad i mmw t.-,i tha aama with oar ajraajtf^Imnifnaa aalnartMniia, w^ bow occupy four antlr* fliHtrp WtmMii Ibrouich lha wbnla Mora trim^k-,in t^^ Main ^twi, ^t*u M tlirnujli ^.t witli u^cxi.. of t*v^r^ vr*iU aod at prlcasthat defy oomaa^^titlon Bvary purrhaw madt* htkktlv f*)k ('AH1I dikkctlv pkom KIHHTHAi/lw aad^shipped In I AH LOADH ONLY. An axamlnaUon of Kt^* and ooinparlaon of prlc^a aoltcllad.
PIANOS,ORGANS and MUSICALMERC1IAD1SE.
jas.McMillan ^ co.,
I'KtiritlKTOHSOK Til K
HIDES,SHEEP PELTS, FURS, ^WOOL,TALLOW
Gins* and Seneca Root.
SHEEPPELTS iV. FURS A SPECIALTY.
1U1,1^3 A IM Second St North. MINNEAPOLIS,
hi|rr^- tits Solicit' ^1
NOBLESEXPLOSIVE DYNAMTIE^JUDSON'S IMPROVED POWDER
*^**^^ dt asioars, flallroaa Oontraatera, ana antferawfl 07 tha aufetls la g^n^r^i .^^^Ironcaat, a^faat ana Baal of all high aaa'oalvas
A.M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.,
OFINER AL A OR NTH HKI.WNA MONTANA.
MMNiaHLKl n i'raaldnnt.t U. bi.kin* Hanri. i^nr r,
T.L. KICHAkOtt, Vlca Prasad an 1hm l i. HILVIHMAN. Hac'yaXiaal alaa ft
HELENA, - - MONTANA.
OEFICEAND WORKS NEAR DEP01.
rflOJSPHONB187P O. BOX 800
Oraaot All Kinda 9mm^fm and ftstiafaatian Owarvntaa* ^^r ^^ ^ m*,^Montana Sampling; Works.
JNO. T. MURPHY ^ CO.,
and DIALIK1 iii
LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCC.
MININGSUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
HARMONIAHALL AND SALOON
Broadway,Next to Independent Office.
FRANKKENCKa - PROPRIETOR
TheMost Popular Beer Resort in the City.
AdEstablished Fact is that Prices are Lowest at the
IX L BAZAAR
ONEDOOR NORTH OP THE GRAND CENTRAL hotel.