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MEMPHIS. TENS., WEDXESDAF, OCTODElt 20, 188(5.
VOL. XLYI NO. 245
BOBBUT L. TAT LOR, of Wuhlngton.
JAMB8 PIIELAN, of Shelby.
HENRY J. LYNN.
J. D. MONTE DON ICO.
W. R. II ARRKLL.
' J. W. ALLHN.
W. L. CLAPP.
" B. A. ODLUM.
JAMES BliHF, OF DUE
SPEECH IS PESKSILTASIA
Makf i the Sillj Statement That the
Democratic is a Foreign and the
Republican an American
On the third page we publish the
particulars of the arrest of Jake Sharp
and his principal litutenents, together
with saveral of the "boodle" Alder
men. The Sing Sidr penitentiary is
gaping for the whole crowd. They
will get tbcro.
Th people cf Harrison county.Misa ,
are complaining about the ttrict quar
antine enforced by the State of Louis
lata and the upper counties of their
own State. The fact if, this quaran'.ite
should have baen enforced a month
ago, and would bave besn but for the
iaUe assurances of the health authori
ties of Harrison. '
Me. Blaine has reached the point
inevitable with men who talk (oo
much. He has grown silly. He talks
nonseme. For instance, at Hunting
don, Pa,, yesterday, he said the Re'
publican was an American and the
Democratic a foreign party, because
the latter was far tariff reform and the
protection of the poor man from un
constitnlional class legislation, and
the former was for protection and the
robbery of the many to aggrandize the
few. The Republicans of Maine
should recall Blaine.
What Mr. Gladstone says in another
column in reference to the demands
of the Irsish people for legislative
autonomy ia additional to and greatly
Strengthens what he has already said
on that subject in the pamphlet re
eently published and which has had a
widespread ci, eolation in this country
as well aa in Europe. It clinches an
argument a'ready . unanswerable, and
makes it impossible for his enemies to
make a successful reply in whole or
in part The case of Ireland was
never more clearly or more forcibly
Thi authorities of Chicago should
make examples of the Pinkerton pa
licemen who yesterday deliberately
muraereu two workmen. The jeer
ing of the crowd of strikers furnished
no 'justification for these special
officers firing into the crowd. If
there is one thing more than an; the r
that is expected of peace officers it is
that they shall exercise forbearance,
even at the risk of their lives. If he
cannot do that he thould not serve as
a policeman. AVe hope these Pinker
ton men will be punished to the ex
tent of the law.
flvBRY Democrat in the Union will
be glad to learn of Minister Cox's de
termination to resign the Turkish
mission and enter political life again,
He is needed in the Hoate of Repre
sentatives. H i admittedly great abil
ities ana nieume experience were
never more necessary than now, when
selfishness seems to be the supreme
incentive ts paity management and
the personal ambitions of statesmen
, are obtruded to the injury of the
Democratic party and the best interes's
of the country. Mr. Cox is a pure man,
and is as free from eelfishneEs as a
man well can hp.
ilia ueiena fair, as onr special on
the sixth page states, was opened yes
terday under exceptional circum
stances, and will no doubt prove a
great success. The gentlemen who
are managing it have had much ex
perience in each matters, and are live
and energetic and en j oy the con fidence
of the people of Arkansas. Memphis,
interested in whatever affects Helena,
has contributed her quota of visitors,
and her business men are watching
witn eagerness tbe.outcome of an en
terprise that cannot receive too much
encouragement. We shall continue
to xsep onr readers advised of tbe
progress of the fair by specials from
Thi reason assigned by railroad
manager Miller, of Minneapolis, for
not arbitrating the question of wages
raised by the strikers are specious and
will not hold good. Every case between
employer and employe mast be arbi
trated upon its merits and without
regard to similar cases in other cities.
The question cf wages and time already
discussed by the Knights of Labor
have been regarded from a purely lo
cal basis. The beef and pork packers
oi jvBuH&s uuy wtio were working ten
Hours a day were not influenced by
. (i. . .
muse oi umcago wno were working
for eight. And so it is all over the
country. Wages are regulated by
rents end (he cost of liviDg, and not
by tne rates tnat ru'e in any one
HuHTrnaDOK, Pa.. October 19.
James O. Blake and parly left Hir
rfsburg for tbe West at 8 o'clock this
morning. When Lew'aton was reached
a large crewd bad assembled, and Mr.
rtiaine spoke lor about niteen minutes,
llis remarks were mainly on the sub
jeit of tbe tariff and prohibition. He
said that he wanted this one fact im
pressed by rrs visit to Lewiston today
if no other made an impression, thtt
all tbe neilth tcquiied in this State
from the date of the Kraut of a char
ter to William Penn down te 1860, ag-.
gregated only one-third of the existing
total, and that two-thirds bad been ac
quired since 1800. The explanation
was tnat prior to that year we had
free trade, or only fitful instances of
protection. The census of 18U0 showed
tbe value of property in Pennsylvania
to be less tnan n.uuu.UOO.OW, wcereas,
after twenty-four years of Republican
protection to onr industries the
value was $5,000,000,000. When tbe
psrty reached Huntingdon they were
met by a large and demonstrative
crowd at the depot and at the fair
groui.da, wbere the speaking took
place. Alter spaecuea bv Oen. Heaver
anaotnerii, air. isiaine was greeted with
a storm of applause. He said, among
other things: "un my way to Jfenn
sylvania I teceived much instruction
from the Democrat c papers alone the
road as te what I should say and how
I should say it. I was specially re
quested to state that while the Demo
craiic party was in power national
prosperity continued, and that the
warnings ( the Kepublican orators of
danger to the industrial system of the
country, because of Democratic eu
premacy, had been falsified. 1 bave
in my life heard many definitions of
what constituted the h'ght ot im
pudence, but here is a practical ex
emplification of it. Fortunately for
the itepuoiican party, it is not passi
ble, however, tj obliterate current
history. After tbe Democratic party
tiied foraix long months at the last
session of Congress to break down the
protective tariff they failed, and it
is in conspqnence of that failure and
because of the maintenance of the
tariff that wa find onr industries
springing forward with renewed ac
tivity all over the country. But these
men who Sjught to dtstrov our in
dustrial system are now calling upon
us to testify that prosper iry is possi
ble under the rule of the Democratic
yany. They also contwnd that the
cbarga that the finances wou'd be un
safe pnder a Demjcialic administra
tion has not been substantiated. But.
in point of fee:, the finances of the
country at present are administered
according to Republican principles, as
far aa tbe public credit is concerned.
and in defiance of the predilections
and desires of the eieat majority of
the Democratic party cf tbe country.
So that the fact is apparent tbat Re
publican precedents bave been fol
lowed in whatever has commended
itself to the public judgment since the
Republican party went out of power,
and in spite of all the efforts of the
Democracy the protective tariff still
sum's upon our statute books.
it i were to dense between tbe
two parties I wonld sav that in all
broad and comprehensive sense the
Kepublican party is an essentially
American party wMle the Democratic
is dominated by f jreign sentiments
that the hostility to tbe tariff ia in
the interest of Great Britain and tbat
the maintenance of the tariff is in the
interest of everv man in America
high and low, rich and poor. We were
told years before the Democratic par
ty were caned to administjr the coy
ernment that we did not have a good
civu service, and tne gentlemen who
went lrom an and joined the Democrat
ic party charged that the Reoub ican
aamim-irat'.on did not maintain
goou civu service, uur reply was.
we have the best civil ssrvice tha
has been ever know in any country.
bui we win continue to improve it.
ine ueniocrate, Mr. iiiaine con
tinued, wanted a civil sarvice patent
ed after that of England. To show
that the .English service was in
ellicient, Mr. Blaite read a London
dispatch in which the writer states
tnat .Lord Kando'ph Churchill's Civil
Service Commission will endeavor to
bring about needed reforms and in
creased economy, and that charges of
men salaries, snort hours, excessive
6tatrs,extravagant pensions and gener. l
ii cumputeut-y uau neen made pgain-t
the exiiticg system in England.
"This," be continued, '-is the stan
dard of civil service reform which the
Civil Service Rsforra Club (and
might use that wr rd 'club' In a double
sense here) hss held over oar heads in
the Kepublican party for tbe laat ten
years, declaring tbat if we did not re
form our civil service and pat it prac
tically on the basis of the English
civil service they would have no more
of us. well, gent'emen, they have
placed the civil service nndr the con
trol of the Democratia nart.v. snr! ail
around in various parte of the country
you see the visible improvements.
Just as they have visibly improved It
nn tors Biae or ine water we get tbe
uumiiiaurg dm oonest confession in
regard to the civil service of Eonland.
tbat that service is rotten to tbe core
and must be torn np by the roots."
This was followed by a season of
the wealth of tbat nation is not now
estimated as double that of this conn-
try. It is not even equal to ours. The
wealth of tbe United States today ex
ceeis that of Great Eritain by $10,000,-
000,000. Cheers If tbe free trade
policy which the Democra'ic party,
umuer oouinern lead, Dad im
posed on the United Sbtt-s. and
which was changed by tbe eleo
tioa cf Abraham Lincoln, had con
tinued, does any man sippoae we
should have overtaken Great Britain
in the race for development and em
pire. Take the rate of wages paid
here for labor of all kind?, skilled and
ncskiiied, throanhoul that quarter of
a century and compare it with that
piid in Great BriUin and yon will
find that it is from 75 to even 100 per
cent, greater, taking the average tor
tbe whole period. Take Ireland,
wnicn being a part of and eubjact to
toe iaw4 oi tne British Jfcaaplie is un
der the domination of free
trade. Suppose that by some
miraculous agency that islaud was
placed as near the coast of the United
States as it is now to the coast of
Great Britain, what do you suppose
would be the condition of that most
fertile portion of Europe in the course
of twenty-five years ? I ask tbosa cf
tbia auoience who were born on
Irish soil, and there are probably
many of them, what would be the
condi'ion of the land of their
nativity if it was blessed as their
adopted land is blessed bv a nolicv
of protect on Lt i'.s Industrie?, and
governmental establishment to secure
it? Gentlemeo, txke that rght home
to your hearts. We present for yi ur
choice American protection and British
free trade. i regret to see, however,
onr fellow citizens of Irish birth still
vote for the free trade side. That hss
always seemed to me to be an anom
aly, for in so doing they vote exactly as
England desires them to vote,and we all
know ot tne inherited antipatny of
iuaumen ior England. L,t-t every
man wno iooks to the ma'enal pros
perity of this country reflect that his
first duty is to insure tbe permanency
of the doctrine of protection. If the
Southern States, through tbe Demo
cratic party, should continne to rule
this conutry for a series of
years, tbe protection system will be
destroyed, Li the Demjcralic party
wits solid South bdbind it. is on pol
itic i like the gambler who plays with
loaded dice. Applause.
At Johnstown and Greensbnrz Mr.
Blaine bowed his acknowledgements,
but declined to speak because of
Will KpraU at PHLburg: Today.
Pittshdro, Pa., October 19. The
train bearing the Hon. James U.
Blaine arrived heie at 10:45 o'clock
totiight. The party was met at the
depot by the Americus Club and es
corted to tbe Hotel Andefaon. wbere
an informal reception was held. His
voice was so husky that he declined
to respond to tbe calls for a speech.
Tomorrow morning he will participate
in the Republican demonstration aud
in the afternoon will address a meet
ing in Exposition Park.
FIYE MEN KILLED,
M ItlCTnitf PllVliPrtC aggravated, it is said, by chronic dis-
UlXlVUl Vu 1IL1JI VilVUO ease of the bladder. It is feared that
it wU be impofsib'e, with the utmost
rare, to preserve bis lifd for more than
a tew months longer.
HIS STATE JIB ST OP 1 1lil JU STICE
UP IREI.AKD'8 DEflANHS
By tbe Add.tloml Testimony Fur
nished by tae Repeated Eeruon-
strances of an Oppressed
AND BINE KOBE OR
Bjr the Destruction of Construc
tion Train Yesterday ou
bjmitu, otillwbll & uo., who are
offering Hoist: in-Frlesian cattle for
sale here, complain tbat aa editorial
in a recent issue of the AprsAi. is
likely to injure them. In this they are
certainly mistaken. They have been
Speeches at Other Points.
At Tvrone City Gon. Ttnnvnr and
Mr. Blaine made brief nneerhpa of
the same tenor as those at the pre
vious stopping places. At Altoona
the arrival of the train was signalled
by the firing of cannon. The guests
were escorted to the baseball grounds,
where 0,0?0 people, most of tbem
workinirmen, were gathered.. After
speeches by Gen. Beaver and others,
Mr. Blaine spoke as follows: "I re
gret tbat tbe condition of my voice is
such as to make it difficult for
von to hear me distinctly, if at all ;
but I Viiih to lodge one idea in the
minds of thoFe wt om I cm reach.
auu wihus una: ine most crospe
introduced to the Memphis public by
r. A. Jones & Co.. a most respectable nus, advanced, intelliir,int And nower-
' j - . - T I . . .
ithatthevare y, . country in Ihe world is
ureal .Britain. The nonnlrw which
firm, who are erguarantee tbat they are
offering good and true breeds of cattle,
whose pedigree may be traced upon
the pages cf tbe American Asrocia
tion. Tbey have, therefore, nothing
to fear. Upon the authority of Jones
A Co., they are hinest, fair dealing
men who reed not fear criticism,
whose business is a legitimate one
and whcee ttatements are entirely reliable,
stands most prominent. mnt nower-
ful, most intellieent nndnr th nrottc-
tion policy, is the Unitsd States.
Twenty-six years aco th TTnt K'nts
adopted the still existing policy. At
tbat time the wealth of Great Britain
was twice as great as that of tbe
United States. W hw run
the race with the free trade Great
Britain lot a quarter of a century, and
.Lincoln, wan., uctober 19. A con
struction train on the Nebraska and
Colorado division of the Burlington
a i.o. missouri Kiver railroad was
thrown from the track nine miles
southwest of Fairfield this after
noon. The whole train was precipi
tated down an embankment twenty-
five feet, and six cars were totally
wrecked. Five men were killed out
right and nine more or less seriously
lr.jurcd. The killed are Robert II.
Marvin, Dewees, Neb.; George W,
Burke, St. Lonis; Daniel O'Connor,
West:n, Mo.; Robert Collins, Eng
land. An unknown man is still under
the wreck. He is su.'possd to bo Denis
Hamilton, who came fiom Michigan
Johu Fitzgerald, president of the
Irish Land League, the contractor in
charge of the work, was slightly in
jured. But one of tbe injured is
dangerously hurl. The wieck wa3
caused by the engine running over a
HOLLY SPR1SUS, MISS.
Shot While Try ins; to Enter a House
ISPIOUL TO THI AFPIAL.J
Holly Springs, Miss.. October 19,
Mr. L. D. Kilps'rick shot and serious
ly wounded a negro named Phillip
Morgan last night at 8 o'clock, who
was trying to force an entrance into
Mr. Kilpatrick's house. The negro
was ordered away, but not heeding
was suot, the riau lodging in his left
breast. Mr. Kiipatrick surrendered.
and this morning the negro was found
in an o'd field almost dead from tbe
loss of blood. His recovery is doubt
ful. Mr. Kilpatrick was bound over
to tbe Circuit Court which convenes
again next April, having just ad
juurned this evening after being is
session two weeks.
Mr. R O. Dinkins, of San Fran
cisco, Cal , was married to Miss Willie
Tuns:all, of this city,at the Frcsby
terian Church, this evening at 8:30
o'clock. The church was beautifully
decoiated for the ceremony. The Rev.
D. O. Rinkin officiated.
"I Lova thee, ea?e. and only thee."
Well, the on!y way to obta n it is to
buy Salvation Oil. 25 centj.
Rotten Kgared Oat of Town.
Battlb Crkhk, Mich.. October 19.
O. Eugene Howe, who edit) the Au
gusta Weekly Review, ten miles west of
here, was rotten egged aud driven
from Ihe village last evening for im
proper conduct. He is a married man
with a family. Today his office was
closed up by a mortgage foreclosure.
Thi people still cling to Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup as the only safe and re
liable emedy for cough, cold, croup,
catarrh and consumption. 25cnts.
Demand a Re-Arbitral ion.
Chicago, III., October 19. Tbe
Chicago and Alton and Rock Island
roads today notified Commissioner
Midgaly, tf tbe Southwestern Railway
Association, that they should demand
a rearbitration of tbe pool percentages,
on the ground that the p esent ones
were unf .ir to tbeirintereata. Burlinsr-
ton also filed notice of withdrawal from
the Southwestern lumber pool. The
two matters will be taken up by the
managers next week,
St. Pktxbsburg, October 19. All the
powers, including tnglaod, have for
mally at sured Kusia that tbey disfa
vor Prince Alexander's retnrn to Bul
garia and will not approve of his re
election to tne xsn gar.an throne.
riant With the Burmese Insnra-euts.
Rangoon, October 19. A large force
of insurgents attacked Nyingan, in
Burmab, but were repulsed by the
garrison. Daring the conllict a small
British column was driven back into
A Forcer Captured.
Lonoon, October 1!). An American
named HarriB, alias Orson, alias Smith,
etc , bas been arres.ed here on a
charge of having defrauded llerries,
Farquahar fc Oo., bankers, out of
$2000 by means of a forged letter of
credit purporting to have besn issued
by the Firs! National Bank of Chi
cago. The prisjrer has been re
manded for trial. He has been identi
fied by the police aa a person impli
cated in other irac(H.
The French (nbioer.
Paris, October Itl. At today's Cab-
icet meeting ail the Ministers were
present It is thought that M. De
freycinet will be able to patch
up a temporary trace between
the government and the major
ity, but the concensus of political
opinien shows tnat the present min
istry cannot remain in power long.
M. Clemenceau is being urgad to
abandon wire pulling and essume the
responsibility ot oiuce.
An Addendnm to Mr. Cladstoue'a
London. October 19. Mr. Gladstone
publishes nn addendum to his pamph-
lbt n the Irish question in the new
aud cheap edition just issued. In this
heRvn: "I tried to explain to the
Irish deputation at Hawarden tbat the
history of tha years piecedirg tbe
union, and the manner in wh oh it
was biought about, were relevant to
the present demand for home rule. It
is not a matter of rhetoric nor of sym-
nnilin sna aI rftftrt aatnl Awruiilinnyttr
but one of strictly coni-tilutionul and
juridical argument. Had the union
constituted a morally valid covenant,
Ireland would cave baen morally
bound by it. If it proved injurioas
Ireland could only nrge her claims to
re ief on general grounds, such as are
applicable to contested legislative im
provement. Or if the union had not
been, at tbe time t its institution, a
morally bindingcompact.it might have
become such, aa Air. uoidwin tmim
has justly shown, by subsequent rati
fication. Neither case occurred. In
stead of arguing what does not require
argument I have put into the witness
box two determir-.d opponents, and
their declaration ip tbat the union acta,
which were in the'nature of treaty,
were abeolutelv wanting in the con
ditions which alone confer moral
validity. If possible, it is yet more
nlain that I here Las been no subse
quent ratification ol the nnion. A
forcible effort against the union failed
in 1803. The leal pacific movement
oi loiu met wiiu fcuubb ccuru. xuo
military suppressed the county meet
ings in 1820. From the time of the
first reform act, there has been no
acceptance of the union by Ireland,
which could ratify an act, morally
invalid at the outset. With increased
political privileges and power, Ire
land's attitude has become more pro
nounced, and she is now, in the high
est constitutional sense, demanding,
not repeal, but Important and pro
found modifications of the corporating
at of Parliamentary union. If all
this be eo. Ireland's demand is not
giounded on mere political expe
diency, but it is the exercise of the
constitutional and juridical right
which she possessed iu 1799 and has
Tbe "Thunderer" Growls.
Lonpon, October 19. The lim-t,
commenting on the request of tbe
Chief Commissioner of Police to the
Social Democratic Federation not to
follow out its proposal to have the
workingmen of ; London follow the
Lord Mayor show for tbe paepoBQ of
exhibiting Bide bveide the ari.tocracy
and the poverty oi the mstropolu',
The "Peslber l.loy " on the Fast-
Ppsth, Ootober 19. The Father
L'oyd says: "England's cbief interests
are centered in Egypt, and to protect
them ehe "eks a dies A Russo
French alliance, which doea not ex
ist now, would be concluded if the
Central European powers should un
dertake to support British rule in
Egypt. England, as an equivalent,
would dotoud the freedom of the Bal
kan peoples, but only in case Austria
should make a successful stand. Eng
land would expect to protect British
interests in Egvpt with Austrian as
sistance, Anstria being permitted to
protect Eng and's Eaitern interests
wun her own resources when English
and Austrian interests are idemica',
It is highly improbable tbat such a
programme will allure any Austrian
statesman, whether proposed by Ihe
Queen's ordinary or extraordinary
Envoy. Tbe above undertaking
would nave some reason if England
accepted the foremost place in the
Bulgarian conflict and expected the
other powers concerned to cover her
rear in Egypt. Any other combina
tion would show that England in
tended to ubq her continental relations
for egotistical r.iruosea. If England
Entertains such plans she should pre
serve a decent incognito in advancing
Death of the Harsjnls of Ayleabary
London, October 19. The Maranis
cf Aylesbury is dead. He was 75
Upholds Hr. laUtone' Irish Fol.
London. October 19. Lord Rose.
berry, speaking at Newcastle today,
upheld Mr. Gladstone's Irish no irv.
and said that he believed that the
Unionist party would cot last longer
than the present Parliament.
mi, Hllssou 111 With Ilronehltis
London, Outobor 19. Mine. Chris
tine Nilseon is severely ill with hroa-
ehitis Her tour hg been thsndnned.
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British Medical Journal,
May 31, 1884.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886.
Four and Five Itnctw Fnoli Day.
KteepltH-liaws and Hurdle Kar.
Manyof HieFat(Nt Hni-aca lu America will participate.
llacea commence at 3:30 o'clock p.m.
HALF ItATI.W n all Itallrondx and Meainliwaiw.
W352HB 6 OAKS
AT 1 1JGIl YAItD.
New Wraps & Jackets
Novelties in Handkerchiefs,
Silk Cape Scarfs.
NOVELTIES JUST OPENED.
TIC MASONRY The utaled !t
imblyol Kurek Council No.
id 8. MRntari, sill be held V If
KDNKSDAV) nlsht, Uot. 20,
o'clock. Vliitim Compan-'
1RYPTI0 MASONRY The dialed
st 7 :wl a clock. Vllitlns Cnmu&n-
loni R. snd 8. M.'l fUM-nll Inrltod.
1(7 order W. M. BHOOKS, T. I. M.
Attent: Donoi v. niuis, iteoorder.
T EILA SCOTT LODGE. No. 289,
J-J F.A A.M. Will meet in
communication this (Win
ev.ninn. Oot. 20th. at 7:80 o'i
for work ill the F. C. deirree
tt. O.'m are fmlnrnull V Invitad.
Br order U. r. CAVANAOU, W.M.
Atteit: A. 8. Mtkrh, Beoretarr.
M8!.,,''?!1!. had 1' ?,Lilce w0i Dress Goods and Silks.
be speaks ti those plainly meditating
miarnief be should compel aud not
entreat them to yield obedience. It
is quite possible that the socialist
may be nlge to bonat that they pre-
veated the annual Lord Mayor s show.
The outlook is very uisairreeabir.
They offer the public the alternative
oi the risk of a socialist disturbance
or the sacrifice of an ancient pageant.
Ur. Champion, the socialist leader,
in an interview this afternoon with an
Associated Press representative, de
clared that the Democratic federation
would not abandon its intended conn-
tor demonstration to tbe Lord Mayor's
show, unless the government prom
ised to institute an iconiry into the
condition and needs of the London
poor and unemployed similar to the
inquiry made last winter after the
riots. Mr. Champion declares that it
the police iesne an order prohibiting
the demonstration the leaders will
stay at home, but the people will be
sure to make the demonstration any
how, and, he arked, "Who will ba
able to con'rol lh m?"
The Times also makes an attcck
upon the United 8tatts tariff. "Pro
tection," ihe papur says, "lava ita
heavy weight upon every item of con
sumption. The whole American na
tion loees its convt-nience aiwellns
it purje by the system whiih Mr.
Maine aeka the nation to commicriion
bim to enforc?. The sentiment of the
Americaa public goema to be that
neither the the Democrats have suffi
ciently vio'a'ed their pledges to de-
eervs eviction, nor have the Kepubl:c
ans sufficiently redeemed their dubi
one past to earn reins'a'ement. Mr.
Blaine's rhetoric cannot change that
Emperor William's t'ondllioti Rcrl.
Berlin, October 1!). Reliable pri
vate advices fiom Bnden affirm thst
the bulletins reporting Kmperor Will
iam as being in eood ma to are posi
tively untrue. A cording to these ad
vices, the Kuperor ia subject to diiily
attacks of syncope and prolonged
drowsiness, and recently wa in a
eemi-comatose cond tion for twenty
hours, from which the doctors were
unable to rouse iim. -ilio condition la
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