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Ie ~iuinaI ligos. 35VA TUE 1331 Suu u
rFEL.L VUOOUNA. Febiulens.
MAIDEN, - M ONTANA
Tll Britiek government pays $4.6t
per ton for transporting freight from
England to Egypt for the Sooudan cam
BarTWtE. n144 and Incls England
spent $1,2,.~,0l) in the the purchase of
paintings for lhe national gallery in
(;Ga. Wo,,LoLY.Y was stati nedl in
Canada until Ix~'o, and. aec-irdinst to
his ol! French teacher there., he left a
record of meany bruioed and Ibatte'red
hearts among the bellen "l1 Montrea
A recent traveler says that shouldt
the immunity from phylloxera whichl
Algeria has hitherto enjoyed continue
it would not be surprising if in ton
years there were from 375.010t to tI0.
(N1(e neres of vineya:rd in the ciuntry
with an annnal prnetoetin of 15.(lNI.
tpst to 1I7.:,INI., PiN gallons.
ALcollmoll"e intenmperance is stated to
be increasing to an alarming extent
amng the women of Astraliha. In
discussing the matter at a meeting of
the Melborne Medical seciety the
physicians present concurred in attri
buting the trouble to closel coniine
ment. anx!ety, and the fatigue arising
No ground is so replete with historic
memories as the rugged country in the
northwestern corner of Afghanistan,
where the firt clash of arms between
Russia and England is expected. Cyrus
and Alexander the Great have passed
over it with their armies, and from
the walls of lierat have issued the
eonquering legions of Tamerlane and
A NEW swindling dodge has just
come to light in London. A solid
looking man rented a handsome place
in a fashionable neighborhood. Then
be called on the vicar of the parish,.
All Saints'. Notting hill. and offered
to place a beautiful and costly stained
glass window in the church. His offer
was gratefully accepted. and the vicar
introduced him to the best people
This made it easy for him to run up
heavy bills with every trademan in
the parish. Finally he disappeared
leaving his unpaid bills behind
him. The firm to whom he gave the I
order for the window generously pre
sented it to the church.
Tsict Upper Nile railway, although
latIly thrown into the shade by the,
projected line from Suakim to Berber.
will undoubtedly acquire considerable
importance whenever the lBritish ad÷
vance southward is resumed. Its
originator, the ex-khedive, Ismall
PI'asha. carried it up the river from
Wady Hlalfa as far as Sarras. ilo,.
the British took it up last summer,
anil had laid down fifteen of the sixty
two tuiles on the Sarras Ferket section
(which avoids the formlidable l)al
rapids) when the want of material and
of native lalor stopped the work Oct.
,is last. G;en. Wolseley now reports
that the comuletion of the remaining
forty-seven miles of Ferket, and the
laying down of light tramwayc at
Fatmeh and Khalhar in order to avoid
the cataraet., would estaBtoh uninter
rupted conmmunic;aion by rail ant
water between Wady Half., D)ongola,
and Korti at any season of the year.
liHe adds. however, that any project of
sa i'ram tnt and cent inuous railway
would involve the nece.ssity of various
heavy cuttings, one if not more bridge
across the Nile. and possibly several
tunnels as well.
Tull projected bridge over the straits
A Messina is still engagiga the atten
tion of Italian engineers. ''The nar
rowest itirtion of the straits is two
niles across. but the depth there is
seine 521 feet. while ta. shallowest
s:trt, which is :i61il feet deep, runs be.
tween ('ape de'l It'ezzo antd Franzirri.
Altholugh tlu.t distance aerots at the
latter pIoint i it:ril a mil' greater than
it the n.rriowet portion oif the straits.
its greater shallowte has c:aus'led it
to tLw select't'd : theI spot for the
brtlge. In addition to the double row
of rails. it is intended to have the
bridge wid'e enough to inclulde a road
for ordinary carriage traufli. The via.
.tuct will it. -upporirted bi two land
towers and three piers, 'eac'h 3til.2%4
feet apart; tihe founitiatuion tf talese
pier- will Is of gr itl' ballast utp .to
within i nt ie , Ii it Ilt the urfl:ue
of thie w:ate'r and of granuite masonry.
the latter bting carried up to thirty.
fet above the water. The bridge will
termuinate ton ether shore in tower
shlaped piers, con-tru'ted also of
granite, with the ordmiaryv dry foiunda
tions. andi the height of the bridge
above the water will be ;3s feet.
Wiale Wre bIlatl n la way.
The rslt monthly crop report udter Hon
Norman L Colman, the new conmminioner of
arsiculture, was iuied. The tatimticilan J. 3
INulge,. may" there has been a reduction is the
area of winter wheat according to the retlrme
of April, of orver It' per cent A patttal haven
ligation in leem.ber made the mertage M per
Slnt This i.s equivalent to a reuactmu of 40,
Ii,,t1) bushllels upon the lanmi of the yield er
1141. A decrease an area is reIorted i every
state exepts Oregon. The I m[ra n Illinois
il I' ler cent; tihatof aintaita in alightly klee,
but the figuace are not given. The present
-eladitio.n ef winter wheat as re
pirtIl, i wore' than in I#l. It is T7 per
..rilt, •agiel ;; tper .,.nt lat v.-ar, aal `i per
ient in 1 ... In tiol,. the y*ar of resent rutu.
of Iyil.l, the onlition April I was 03i, and
r"i..vs. los was esutained afterward TIhe
.eal status of the crop will toe tltter aliows. a
nemnth lien.l, when the vitality of the n.t.
iha loien ,lnnmemtrate.l anil t1e character of
thIe ring delterminie.l a ion the present mhiw
ing te rldnetl.on tof lietld on thin year', pro
ilntion ai irise.nl l ". mlre than' Ao 1. Imil
bulsels fr.m winter killing stlld low vitality,
in addlititn to the Iliol from hlnililhd acre
age. H tether lI. cropl will eee.,l alitit,ltal
bushels or falls short of it dielude ulpon the
reliliitbi of prbllell t iappenannte aid on fat
'ore eu aitiOiu afferting growth and ripeniung.
pWilliam I. Iktbb, special Indian agent, has
E-lilov. W. D. Ilhnhanm of Flthrl hlas con
mluded to dletine t Iklivian mission. and has
so notafled hecretary IBayardd
lIn. Iklyd Winchester of Kentucky hua de
elitniel the vie-e.Noallslhip after a calenlation
of the purchasing poiwer of the l l,:0 Isalary.
The ,controller of the currency authorized
the Flret National IBanlk of Emmettslorg.
lIws, to e.gin Iiusinses, with a capital of SW,
TiTh pireident has aplpoited Jamtee Q. Chea
owitl of trexa to bie the first auditlor of the
trea ury, vie ItL H. Ileyuolds. of AlabLna,
rmeinedal by requesat.
The flr. t controller of the treasury has roe
ommendd to the b.. cretary that the diviimos
In his oai Lec rbetodneil from nine to five and
the force be redlucrd eorrepondingty.
The secretary of the treasury has appointed
(eorge 1. Parker of lowa and legate
Phenix of 4outh ('anlina, special agents, with
.mapensatiou at the rate of t61 per day and ex
SJudge Andrew %lyhe, assnotate jastice of the
supreme court of the Dimtnret of Columbia hu
tenderel his resignatiuon to the president,. to
take effect ot apluintient and qualitzation of
The president appointed Henry P. Kerno
chan of Louiiana to be naval otl.er at the Port
of New Orleans,. and Cornliu etkheuek of Or
egon to be appraiser of merchandise in theda
1 act ol Willhamette, Or.
It is rumored at Washington that the premi
Sdent will soon appoint Ex-Cingrememan Itogefr
of Buffalo pualie printer in place of tterling
r. Ilonuds, the present otlIesil. Iogers is a
practicat printer, alnd was a batgadier general
daring the war.
THE ('CARALTY RtECiRD.
Arbetier hall, Detroit, was burned: loas,
P. i Mortrd of (rand Forks, Dlak, while
cleaning hi revolver, was aceidentally shot
and wil ldie.
Fay's elevator at Deflance, t$hlby county,
lowa, was burneL. Lomss, S:,tt.,; iniured for
S:,t0tl0 in the council Illutr elltupany, the (ier
tman, of Freeport, and the Germama of New
The heaviest snow storm ever known in that
tart of the country set in at tlhtver recently. 1
Fully twenty met(Is of snow tfell. aI mIuch as
the aggregate of the previous fallsif the whole
win-er. Many rofst were crushed.
The village of lRandolph. N. Y., was visited
by fire, coisltming In all eivhte.en buildings.
The fire originated itn J. MeEsatter' hardware
shitr, on Jamesntownl streeit. Iuntlring fromn the
creek ti resid n,.e of Itr. Sattnders. where, at
midlight, the colttlagration was stopped.
The forest fires coltilme on the Welch
mountains, I., and in the vicinity of Wil
liamstown. N. J. Near Moutnt C'arnel, Ps,
and c'amndtL. N. J., also, mtch damage has
been done, thousands of asres of tlnter hav
ing beon consumtnt. At the latter point the
dlamage I. estimated at gtl',tklt.
'Capt James A. Watten, father of Mrs. Lieut.
ie Long, and an old-time skipper, died in New
I sae W. Englanud the pullisher of the New
York tnun, died at Ilidgewts. SN. . J. of dopsy
JI the heart, at the age of fitty-three years
Jamen Tallrt, a Cousin of the earl of Whrews
bury,, died on lllackwell's Island, wthitler he
haid bin ent for drlunkeinnes. He had sunk
to the level of a tramp.
Hon. sam Ilantall has recetveld about two
tons of letters lntring hii* reentt sickntie,. I'
is really dithtllt to detrmlinte whether this
means friendly soli,itttde' or a deltberate at
tempt to hasten Mr. Ilandall's dissolution.
POttEIG;N NSEWrS tei, lP.
Consul Taylor or Winnipleg reports that
Middletoun' loes war 1 killed and 47 wound
'omnntan,hr M''cCall has issued a proclama
tion taking .le-'.'ion of I'atinuma, and the
Frtench cntsull mlttl t violtent prot·rt.
Em:ntperor Wialiint out. rred with lien. Yon
Worder,. ti·ertin'lnl IniltarIv tv to St. l. trs- i
burg. previous to the latter's departuire for the
Briston. the French premier, has ofticially
declared that the new y;.v'erntelnt will lend ini
secret ,oiuntn'uatre l . it tinannte's seesking ref
ugeI in I'rante' frtlll (reat lBritain.
Advices fronm t hina st.te that the Shanlghai
Mercury of .tlirch -t last, auiioiunces that tile
t hine-e viie, iry t tihe proiti'e ota i 1un .ian
KIitey ho nalg ,aI ;lnst is ud a 1h-r,, ,r ll, rlne
bI, dentrtmi,+ 'u , ,t all t'.ttholc, ".n1e, It , anI h,
diling of all i'at!,.ih . , ot' rtsn antdi toregtue re
la Temp-s. of eanr-, which has hitherto
.hamptoue.d Iltiesia., a agamtnt Etiglaltn. now
a.ncuses ittssia of Iel;lt at, artid ti ic.'iisý ale
agrsrssebo in thiI l. I h att'r: and, to t ite
the smu'rsault ,itle,. t,. it now .ypt ,.es t
'everish Iongitay f,,r leace Itwle. ni the grea.l
i'riuee Krapotkine. the Nihlstlt. was release.1
SIrusprison at C'larvaua, France. He waS see
teare is Nrovmbr, lar8, ao aya tens. - .
prigsnmet fr eoaspiraey agaia pnblis -
der at Lyons ad ha. be eriaed ever
since alternaely at (Clairvas sald i a emti
nal intimary at Parn.
The pope will remonstrate with the Irish
bishops now Masembled at the Holy me a re- I
gartI to the eOnlUadt of the tl'thelle cerg t
ward the pri L ,rince rcass of Wass at Dub
liti. It is staled hat his hotinss, rm.-se
plates the inse of a pastoral letter apon the
anties of Catholic rkrgyTmii everywhsrs t
the governmes t mnder which they live
In the las fight with Riel it is saidt that tl
sacriflce of Canadian troops was far greatest
than had been expected, tint it is not known to
what extent the rebels slfferaed That (lea.
Miiltlton did Iot gain a signal vietory is prt
tv gent rally admitted, while at Ottawa and
Viintlu -g tlher oreru to ties dispaition t
regard the affair an a pjrctical defeat
M. e tilers, the Iluean primem lnlter in I
c*mversation witha foreign diplomatist said
"I f-el now conIldentt that there will be no war
with England this year. It may be mposslible
to prevent more ghllitig taking place between
oar r,.gular troopsl aid stray bands af Afghans,
but as tile lntish catlte now rmecognises the
aIsaolnlisled fats suit yields to ill pownts
which Iullssia dmn for the moment inBispen
sable, all danger of war is for this seson t
least remov,d lint until we haves radical
solutiou of the Alglo-letutian question, war is
merely a qtestion of time.
RIuIIWE (SD C'RIMINALS.
At loze ian. Neil Lane was killed by red
Jotlll-.tol, his wife'a paramour.
Jack (lark shot andi killed his father, Jos
('lark. at Manibe~ tetr, Ky.. im coneM ltuence of a
ditli'ulty about hugs. TIhe murderer is at
The remains of larilay Johnson, the doubk
murderer amsl enkUlt,. tiogether with those of
his mothler and sitr, were tnrled0isme grave
At the n Bay, Wi,., Mrs. Kate Osborne has
been granted a divoire from her husband,
Frank tt. (orne. au Episcopal clergyman,
bneaue of adultery.
William Stevens, aged sixty-one, of the Arm
of Itevens ansd Platt. farmers. about tivemliles
northeast of Lisbon, Diak., auickleit recently b
swallowing an ounce of acomte. No reason
given for the act.
(Iurglars went through the houses of Mayot
Neei.y, ti. I. Barwise andl S B. French, in Me.
nnnmonie, Wis., taking f:itR worth of goods from
the former, Two nie, giving their names as
mtllh sad Welch, were elptured with the prop
erty in their possession
Condunctor L T. tmith of the west-bouand
train on the Cameron branch of the Rock lI
land rod ejected a stockman named Tocum
from the train, at Winthrop, Kansas, and when
the train stopped tler on its return. Yocnm,
Swith two birothers. attacked the conducltor. He
was armed, and defeined himself, and m the
naewhe.l shot all thrie of his assailaute, killing
l'wrcre oeum and fattally wounding Henry
William O. Carr, son of eecretary of Statt
Carr, was shot recently while in an altercathnt,
with Col Joseph Egolf in the Troy house
I restaurant at Troy. N. Y. Egolf was dis
armed by two men before he could lire again.
Gen. Carr is a leaduing eanullate for the Re
putilles nomination fir governor next fall,
sold his eon says rho Rfel ha he bs wltiaI
articles derogat.ry to his father In the rooak
I lyn Eag, anlld that theiI row cam from that
cause. Egolf is a ltelpubhhau politician.
William Lehman, a farmer near Elk Point,
Dak., has t.en murdered, tome of his cattle
strayed. and were taken poassenion of by G(e
Sidney, a neighbor, who refused to give them
up. sidney attacked Lehman with a pitch
Sfork and while the men were struggling lfo
ttlie h*eeesiio of the fork a yong roan named
Stephen. who livedt with Sidney. klltocke Lelh
t man down with a club, and Sidney choked
- the prostrate man. Lehman died nson after.
J. H. Pinney was appointed receiver of theI
Erie Rallway eompany.
IEntouraging rpolrts of the condition of thei
lIg ritvern culsa from Ean Claire.
l'rof. IL IL Anderaon, newly appointed min
inter to Denmark, was banquetted at Madison,
TIh county board in Met'ook county. Dak.,
are pr,eparing to build a $14,0(0 court house,
The bankers of Southern l)aaota will meet
at Al.srdeen, Jtune .. for the purpose of eo
gallnimtg an association.
Keeley, the perpetual motion man announce i
that his tnew engine, worked exelusively by air.
is a perfect m'sues. , anld that a comlany with
l1,Klt?,tl tai tal will push it
The tax assessorsof Newport, R. L, report
tI. real valuatinon at that fathlonable resort at
_':.:".',;si": -rso.nalt, $i.,5Is.i. t(hie-third
the property is owned by New Yorkers.
L J. Curtis, of Kingston, rP, found gat,l0t
in gold and silver in an old hotte he was tear
ing rldown. The building had Ien noltl to a
Kintgstor man for t10 only a few days before.
Dan McDonald, a telephone line man, of
'atterson, N. J., walked across a fifty-wire ca
ble fifty feet high antd J'l feet long, over the
heads of several hundred spectators below,
whose hearts werein their throats,
Governor Altlitt of New Jersey says that the
whole naval and mihtary forceof the state will
be used to protect Jersey tfillshrmt in their
right to fish n any tart of e5,,ware bay, eves
up to the D)leware shore. llecware an arm
There were Itlt failures in the United States
reported to Ilra.l-treet'' during the week,
naillst l! in the prtecrtitg wielk w . and lt4, 1tl
an t1.5 i tihe orrepont.utg wei-ks of 1s4,
t%: ail 1.1. r, epeetivelt. .Abittint .*pereetlt.
were thlloe of mall traders, whose capital was
less than $*,ti. .
An Allergan csnaty (Mich.) man has in his
ee.esei*sttu the first legal tun.'rgreenback note
structk fn andt isltt. d by the 'nittl States. It
is ,atel .Aug. 1. a'I;;, au imanrkI. "t ,ries A.
N.t. Mr. :omt, the ptsia 'e-.ei, as a sol
dwr iii the atrmy. ani the /.l int qtuoesti.n was
utI .t I . 1n I ftle 1 tytIa-ter as a part of his
wi---es a a I -,it ilut.
A P'nkwana, Itak.. Itltnes, man in a lette.
to a kSlln ('ty hontts. coampli.ins as follew
.Motl y "is thu.t t out of the qu1ttion ti to this
l,.it. TI. t, are tlive shatifes on:i the resor.
Vt stt tin, w - t t p .or .`natsftr ate awing me
for. anli i,w nice l'reasi nt ('levelaiid ep roe
nliatli, I wsl f trankly sa I d ll't exiit otie
,ut ftout almn it lit-ni: a:uI at of titr opit.
,t., we aree u, tlh ,ar, gKatie and down grad,
railrttd to thi l. ,rt.rhou- ,. Aud yet the sunt
mier days are ommung on.
5-1 W1mum'l a M Ia in I'
- ea A. . , ew. w..mm .... .
A dispttch from Chamberlain says: Attor. I
asy General Rice Is distribueting coples of the
followng preelamation among the setters. o
the Wimebago and ('row Creek reservatims: I
The president he. deemad It oneessary to re
b&,e athe smcuteve odse at Feb. 7., lt, el ,
lag the above reeervations to settlement
ction I plUainly haItr5 by the .supn
of ai ,tntan : wire egMa*rded.. th pg hted
faith t the governmeat and keeping inmvlo
the sared terms of a treaty.
I realle the hardships to settlers involved
n this order, and I am sre the president is
not oblivious to or namindfal of thems But it
ban been ieaed under what eeameal to the gov
er.tMet a necessity., and it should be quietly
-and ýoaýcaably od.,'d. ('mtouldertiotu of
- tItten hp, a a'ttidetrations of sel
interst favor such aetan.
The resm-at and eongress will not neglect
to e Jeticedl am to those who have gone un
these laH sleadr eoldr of right, ad who ac
rifee their property andl yield what they have
gained an order to oby the sommatnd of the
I ceanatly trust therefore, both f the sake
otlaw ara uorder, alnd for the akL of the set
tlers thelarves,. that the 1roclamatlon of the
preMideat nall be obeyed withoat mapelllng a
reart to any show of force whatever. tothing
caIn e gained; much can be lost by a failure to
voluitarily eautaly with ttwe order.
I suggest, alt,, that masures of sme kind
be taen by the settlers to preserve proof of
their reellctive claims If ooksl be olacna
in eacah eettlemanut, and a record bhe mae of
the facts in each case, atacribing lade set
tled upou, buldlings enrcted anl expense in
curred, it may trove of much convenlience and
possibly facilitate a settklaent of claims,
shoald the government enamider it proper to
recognse and make provisions for tat.
To assist in devising sue nmethod, by which
this can be done, the attornay general of the
territory will visit the reservations and will
aid the settlere in any manner pnsible by bha
connsel and advice.
tillJtagr A. rLERl'E,(iovetruor.
The Attorn.y-tieneral wase aItwthiled and
said: I wokld not place the number of claim
ants at lss than two thousaand, probably rap
reseag about three to a fairdly or sit thaas
and in all actual sattlar,. I iave foullndl no
evidence that there are any speculators lgur
tig with the lands or ulnatters. I have not
fond men holding claims that have their
homes in townu, as is tomnon when [talaeIes
mn go out aid take clain.. Men who lave
ailtail there are actually resiing
on the clanim with then. That they
have endured great hardships is certain
They show all the evideite of pioneers and
.tal work, evidently tryvig to get a home of
*tir own. Most of tlhtn are breaklng said
seedinig This portion of Dlakota in sattlad
thicker titan moat new oenuiltnres ,rouhaly trom
the reasoun that it is close to a railroad and
stow., and the fact that tree claims cannot be
lind and there a no way to get rights to the
land excelpt yv actual eettlement. wtpclatrun
here bacan aaf.vtaally barred out, there being
no way of filing or maka In t ais eitriei
b. land sharlt There scent to be a set
ter on every quarter sectioun of detiratlc land.
I passed throughl the firve towurheail at cui
by the Indiana, and still left to them. n
land for the Indians is as good as als" I have
seen in Dakota. There only aibont I,lt10 In
diana, including woman and children, and
large tracts of nanuy setions together are un
occupied. TheRy cauald gruae lt,tll heal ot
cattle if they tnail tha Iu 1 have lerdl of no
trouble between the whites and the Indiana
I have no proclalatio from thel governor,
but I harve an adress from him to
the settlers. a rvising thlim a to peae-ably
obey the order of the ipraealent and advinslllg
them to form loal aargaaizatoans lor
the purpors of mating recotas o their is
provetlrt uad thirad they havw lcated
upon, with the object of prserving eviden.ce
ot their rights atd the damages auetained.
-hould congress in the faturan gratit tlnhm ra
lief of any ai , at can tel ated. I dlo tlt rl
any dialacrition to re.,it the astall aritic- la
force, but an ihnetaI dt.termnarlilaan t use all
legal means to pratect tlhar Igiht.. an|l the y
are Itllaa lid e.tIClers. TIae goernlllr fas a
Sdeet inteeet in the matter and is Ialxti las to
render the settlrs ary assiatance in has power.
Usk.p rs.. at 1 Meataua etwe Sme
gnteraslsag last Ab.wt Wsl.
Bishop Itrondel of Helena, Mont., preachedl
anuday the ~ithin it. Matthew' chmurch Wash
ington, D. C. lti errand East in t, secure
assistant priest to go antd [reach amotnlg the
iI! tll Inliald ulder his chcrg. lie knew
Luis itiel, the leader of the half. tIlred re
In luct," says Father Blrtnde.l, "ahen I
went to ontatna, Ilu Ilttel was in the. em
iploy" of or chtrh teahing tin Idia. I
otn, him at the t. LPete'r miseton teachig to
the little school house there. He hid a half
Shbreed wife, a lnuiet woman who nhare.d Iih sat
vintures, and whlo i now with huliul In thle lm
tile camp. Ht his two or three sminall child
re-. but the little famnily livr, tilte hatplily
at the misiti. itKie wa' a gool tea.her.ednu
eatred at Molntreal unuder ArhbitOil, Tactie,
and speaks French correctly and fluently.
He is a heanid.mam man, tall, well buint,
with a full, ilorid face, a keen pair of eyes, and
when I saw him last, some time in August of
last summer, he wore lotlgailky black . IarL
The ttoblles in Musnutbaare t,-,tay what than
were in 1~ii, and Lounis Ilil is not the author
of the revolt. He was drawn into it Iv the re
eated calls of his .,ple, the hal-llbreetl.
know that he was toth to go to war.
and that he was overhorne b the idmands
andt etrestie of these tpeople. They Ior,
to him as their leaIer--the mair whit has the
edul.ation ant courae antid skill to act ase
I their onmmatidr in the httle war they have
brought en. halti lbs nit prolrty of any kinad
I thiuk he traveled up fromei ontana into the
Itritish icossesions. n other leoplot' horse.,
thoe of half-breeids who were with him in tile
strugny e In tIal the t'tnadmial govrint it,.
throurh the homte govermnlnti sent a riteltest
to Archbishop TIahet , whwas in atittudasle
on the vatiran ceuncil, to etme home anl go
out to these half-btrends in lthhonpe of penad
tlg thiem to lay down their arms and accept
the otndhltims of iwere gt overnment anthoir
aed the arehtlthit, t tio make. Tlhese wer that
the half.breeits rhould be spared their hives,
ant honei anuti that their farms shonul not te
disturtieTd by the goverinltt anrveiora with
outlt itit cimnp'lltit, in otlier )at~l. After
pace was rstoretid this way, the artchlihop
Ihaving great tnlienee over tliA . le ao. lse
Icy cante in the tlicl. aidir it was t.,itil
through the tlit"utrf that Ihi hald purt ilown tshe
retal.lion. TI.,,t thi' tatatiani giiveruntitiit re
fused to keIp the pl llllls it had authorn,,To
I rchliishoi Tache to makL . Hi we. tilnali
ito make the half- brIed- aiti Itnianu tiler.
stand. antd t tis ll ay in, infltiene amolg
them has t.ien woiek.ie I lv tihe hild faith ll
the Cantaliail itvlertrulitt itn I° 1'. He alid
regetttiily,. tIILs ttiet when lih. was -,ill
ieI ion to ry anl t 1iik the half-br.-enl, iiut of
late. mhv Th nihol, Ift ld lld -lee I,. "' t1lli."
lndliaiu will lnot g to lh,.l. A yar s>ao tMit
nmight hale dlote "ti. Tl. y wir, s/,srv.tlg tI, n
.\mi:.Ig the lllaikfee tllc.-i, i1*. I.l ;il a -Lto
ti I.- .siu, for tlheyt lcl tutu:l: tieiti. Twi
hundred and forty "idl.." ri-h.d ,f ]iana, r
i-n the wilttt-r of IO.-s4i tuit.-i then go,
heal hli '-.Ii tthlidue fir thi,0i In l.,a-.
Their iti:-lr, n are I. :1: tliken itto thi
whii aleml'sn., oolt, fe.d e.d ..,utlh c! and taught
This th altlt the a tIti he ie oke y eT
Sthbtnk, whib go len o the t T e
e ad ptl i asishd. d to fl
d ice given them to till the ground s d e
come adependent of the white men'as ceeua
her. Oladoge, Theu bome thing tmouisbr
brnt of the Indisbae vontanae oate of them,
The p3ernmen o emi Vwou not devo
-tr roa bler nuto er W oe oaMi.e
Mr. bltdme,ve thel rbowo oe n , oly irg
bring pthse ubj of thl e vote redit of9 Ar
tut,ttl ae elfo bE gemrnmsentionth artie
st navy account, Ial dehoied that tho motio
te divine the credit would not e. pua
aThe government, he aoid, would nt , erao
any portion of the mey vo ted fwllor partl
ta purpoaee for i th e udn, hut would
reterve the tUdloction to applt the money
taken for the Nanel account for the pu.
pon of special pr ratiou. e urged that
the house vote the erumont the entire
thx,,tre,ytt en blo. In easwer to Jtueet w m
eorinriing the Afghan questi nMr. (hde
stated that Orl tier Lenalen, British omr
miarsoner, had telegraphed the government
that e wer sending one of his staff oseir.
o apte phen .to Londeon with full Informs
tin rertattngoU t Lo Lea rofu action te the
attine of ienjdci4 aid that Cari . o nepbear
wne personally cogniante of many of
the Rn aon gener l'as enover ment pre
vioua to ehe dlaring the attle and osince it
oncurmnc e. In r the meantime. aro the Imier
Othe parleving between Engtod and Rnia will
he iantiou..L In moving the vote on the
iredit. Mr. lilaleto'no sed: The govern
ment a eidl-r it ieesaryt to have theb en
tiroe reeurce of tlhe mpire werll in band
for ee and Illiwltiof whereve r they may he
reuired. Ther elList caunoe for the wars
1ireparatlone which are being carried on.
leerl . In Thu t. arting point warn the obletg
iii to the am.olr, wrhaih slet:d be fulf illed in
.eatinied manur. (fhoerd ceer.. The cov
enant with ltmnia of March Itt, e one wrhich
England hoped and letieved would Ine ec og
niild ae onle of the most saheredl ever auili he
twrev two great nattien. s uit uany ileviationl
occurrel and there houid ho jeaheus rivalry
hetweo theU tlwo natious, te sift to the bottom
all that remained it stlepenlcel At the con
lou ito of tihe oupeih. tIe lte livery of whichl
oihupiil olne I our, tlhe ioune bIroke outt In lend
and pro.longed l eering. Mr. tladtone war
lisnud tiile with lde"p atteltion and silencet
ind toe wordo d reted a profoundl
nesuration. The opinion In, l the lo
Mea i that Mr.l. Tili.toter epeeLh 'lihowr
war is imnvitatle.
The oor.qal he separate the otilati credit
from the credit for slot-tat preparations was
rejo tted toy a lvie ol' ,.t1 against liot The
hotse then etteretl into comnntitte of mop
ply, and Mr. tiladstote.- *letphiaid the object
of the vote of .redit The rlitr w euf l
firing mitch frim. hoarsrerne. The house,
tuladsLtoe, voted the eitire credit alke . Ed
ward Tomperly tiourley, Ilattimal memniler for
otnrland. arked whethler the government
would endeavor ti have te. dibpIte with - n-ia
referred for arbitrament to tue U'nited httatro
Mr. (iladeton anewered:
The governmetnt are quite entsible of their
heavy responstihillty to miattain the honor aod
goot faith of ther country ott lie ditie hand, and
on the other to use ivery tmeans consistent
with that honor t avohl dwa. I can give no
mooe particutar reply thaln thih.
The utterance wae a e. jtehl as signifcant,
and was rrevive.l with crn0 of "hear. el'ar.
The credlit woe votet attar Dme of tlb ihsut
powcrful ant tilletig as- in eevir delveredl
toy Mr. tiLaatn1,tm. The tremoer was cmeered
to the cclcho. totlt duitIg tie ,delivery wal at
the close of the e oeel. Lie was alo morst en
of commons after the speech.
1au.tas to t>e .evesram.
Ottawa. O(ht. Aprll .t--l'olltwing is the
ofh-ital statem nilit of thile engagemelnt at F!L
('reek. Fritda, made to, th,- minis.ter of miltia
Fith 'Creek. Tw,-tty tie nles North tof
('lark, a (ro'ing. NIthw, it 'l'erritoty, April
.i.--I have fald ar aff;air witlh the r. Inis at fhlte
sI.t, on thle 'east ak tlfr t iet rls r. Mly aditanlt
saoits werlle fired uIp.ni fia a l ,ltitf: Lit we
managedaI, t,i hal ,our wn unttil th'e main llt.i
arrive,. lwhln I took tialllsnre- ti r, |l, tihe at
ta.-k. whilht w.t - ivel t at a t ;lll, tl - ( lo ', k
p. no.ll. W av, e. pt.te l lt -. f tI'Itr ptl~lne
and havt* trle .,r lll tr. . , tr,ilnt:y IinI m an11
half tr, ite . Il :t a .re-r ,t the I,-.It , who l hal
slu| e a great d . li of itru '!, f , h ,ng , v .ilently
their ltst I gs; a d. a*- I t iaml wLlllitilng
ti u oila y tlri IiitIi ti tryittg ti tk.-k," tlh-M. I
The have e ll m., d1 their amllnilltil, tlo cap
,.llu, frnm the ,,the' -I,| , th.e l i -r. with the
Tetth lIo lavlal. tl Wi t, haltt ,atv ry. tnt
the affair wias ovi.r lt ,t--I. theI arriv,.l A.
nust of thi part if l,,It ,'.I ulita :- td ll a r n.r ,
and as it i. a work Io filt. u. t t. rt11ii-, I hav.
ordilered lthe rest to foll.o a.t -.ill mlarih to
morrow with thl utiut.d Iorc" oi itiat,.lthie.
The troops l~ohavidl very well ii this, their first
I do not know what the hs, of the. enemy
was, ibut I dubtt not it waa pretty ,vi.eri,
though. jldglllg rotml te gtreat avantag.i of
their ipoitio ll ti nou- of tighltug. It might
.well lo les thMlTI oturs I shall prot-ell to
morrow, after btiryintg tli--."'ea,- and a.-ttutitil
tite lwulidied Iauck tit ('lark'. Itrting. hby nlat
ig oin this side. I lo-e tlh t, !l gaph I liaue, hUt
I shall keep tiotl' , tt-titrit i"l l i,e it by wtal
of C(lark'l fr.-in if p,-tll,- I regret lvr)
muoli tie, woniiigit of my twit aides do-"amiip.
(alit 'Wise a hors wa- ihit ipevious to his
I-.nlg wounditt~hed. tlntt..li
Parai ) tultlriia. Mijr Genera Commnandi
ing tIht lortwllt Fh tFl', Foreo..
Clark' Ci'roiing. April .,. -Si rtecnt Dal
ton of Ikoutlton i troop, a courier from GIen.
Mhifdletou, ha sjust arrived here. Arthuiir
Watonl, iof the s,.u.dt of infantitry of Toronto,
lied last nigiht, nmaking a total of ead, to ldate.
A levIlti. tie woundett d are all doing well. and
will t. r-moved to this place a- isont asI posl
tile. It bhas ntlen ascelrtlained to day that the
fight on Frila was vory tuiei ncinrediaetrous
to the retela than at It.at i,~ou1 I Twenty
rve are known to havie tl n killed, as
that nutim r of tIalies were emonited,
amongst whom was Gsabriel Dumont,
tltrla lienuteant. It is reported also
thiiat liel was in the ravim- durltg Fritan' en
gagemeit,. and ha retuirned to it ao.he fot
reinforements. Ftour iof otr tit tio-day wenti
to the edtge iof the rivit., anl , apturedi lr
horlses an ttwelve h.ead of ttl,' witl.ut muoii .
tatini,. rlhe -attlt e"itsub,. i Icly got away.
Ottawa, lpe'ial T.Iegr.iam. April Ri.-Thn
latest n-ews here from thu iNorthlwest i thlat
seven troap wenr kill l andl fifty wiondllLd.
(in the reta"l side it i. said that tw,. ty-tivr
were killeL A .t1 d aIh toi tihe i'v. ruiti nt
,ays that the trtmp, iay got p|.e-htoi ,"f the
ravine ani that a ide-ialre , --gat,t it W it lii
take place w b-hh tl:,l oinl" ln..' a t, Ia'rs
IG abrn el nul n t, , 1t1.,l' la li, t! in t. I- r"": ,r . l ,d
kilhld aad that It il has gonei t I.,. t, hl,
nire fores.t A ,lipleth f-lim Moltil- ti
Mrn'. Mitdleton aoA" that. , i , tIl.its
tane from the. tli graph ,i - t i, it,.I1 . s of
thei e t tw.enty-fouir hour- :;lit iut b lenear,
for a few lays.
itrlando J. Ban, the al-,,": ithng banker ci
F u lto n . Ill.. w a s ta k a t.. I?,, ". n , Ill . 11 . nm t ,
arrest. ft ' w a al t rri ,i at " i-t t C at' a lt ,.
. ,ve r :n hi to. " t -, for ford "ry. t , " am unt i t
` 9 1 0 , ! + ". a r e p . . li, a u t l. t.r o' "ir t o f
Flulton ,tonrti again,-t uitst tie i fnOw iii 111:
at ILrwi-t n.