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PurrasI MIl5n4oUTIo.rlmct~ N. W. T.,
Npecial Telegram, April 4.--Tbh right
eouma o the east bantk of the river f anI
the rebels this .mnailg at 9:15, sad the
action is still going on ao I writa The reilel
advanced from the ravste and Irawl on Boul
ton's neouta The Are was at oncw returned
and the rebels, atnutting their horses, Iv
tarned to the ravine, in which they lie enl
ee.aehl, oly rising to ire at the troops, who
dvali-mIy l it skirmilhing orler.
Tbh enemy was atta,'ked from both lanksltl
but .o well hmnn watt their battle lrU
that aparently tUhey were o at aoy poi
hs danger of tnhe volutie' rlms. A baIt
tUg a favorable loatua ebeu edther -
boussui the ditttane at which isules-e
mai for the rebals were wai; ha
this time the re had retired to m
I u toewi e4LE from whc thy eM
est u Met havhay th5 tl5OtIb IbmiJ
thirty or forty yark apart The fight
LINU COItCULALKD 0 3 3W1S 5
or bhldenl bethindl trae,, bmeel p a U ot bus a
with mlaIly eeot. 'amme ertia at 9:1t5 a
., the io m of the bullets co i e bear* d,
om. thle alla, hf 11lit gun wlliatled tbhrolih I
the air. The iTrat unkr fir were amn tuor F
of it. ttr' evalirv: rint No. Ila (Cuopr ti
of the , t ith ,a . advanci tor tho ahu i, al I
M.l (' Cotl'uliamy.e, $'ill,Nio f Infantry, touok te
rIght flanlk. bet I,,lirt e metpai narl all d
iringt while its a pri.orate p.h.mteing. pihuie
the t ygaIlii vnltitisll-, Wtre~' falJiii. 1iereuiii
bay irlit hill.. iite wh r wiiicp of uthe tiniai
woul.l i., lear. i*a thily- trlltId to the, liglit. A
deljarat' fire ea., k lip nifoiir ,,vi.r nilhmir,
w('in ly ..fI , im.•iilil I l-ta cane frmoa I iel'u
o liti. T'iii, il.a. -.. \1ieiiuiit.tiel Ii,, w v.ir.
"he In(ltanl | It . 1t| :htlh;: "6. 1 il" , l!I . i'' in
clla ti,.. Iarr ." iilnlllr . r , o . a ll iti ssll ho w, 0l
that Ii.. ii.l i, , l" i i.i t li ih o t i 6li14. .i -
T h t l .ii ,g.. t i i * I I t I f l ll I ,t t i l l ' T ih
ea., wr tlrlvi.,tIT, . ii'.t i a few ill til
reia r lf tile ItSI llJt, ill.e!. i o slit 1iritlllid
poiinlilmit atd iIWIIl.l 1.111 tiail |iii.imy' nu'
if ein ait. liit w ,'r-re i iti I,. i,-!- its - n i lint
Wlhe r rtirl ,etinii'iii "I leardnt Mei "started
to it.a"e fIrm Ith i, s. "ai"l., the iiver with a
part of iti,i Iliii-i, gimhalia, I iiiL i aw aVImt lt
peg Iiattlry bInt Iii wenm aton Into for til r
tl @g'. iWtl, 'I 'll,-. ;ltunid.'r Wi, Ibrtlveno
er.lr lit taiirmiuw atill the, rebels ile foitiw ,.i
by tili wialiia firiei.
itile uirtv itf thm r.i-'tla baa jilt iimll lia
Ioitglr, .,ul tll artill.irv are till lwlllitl tihe
elaic if the ratvilne, iieviall Ildiall ponlte
wmri, i.i liptiri it The. ri-lt lii iotveut kmuiwu.
ihi. Itiliait at ill" Ii iil-mml lire, (RUOa Ih*lvy
bail storirm.m i.etii -I,. i it. k'oiiowiug is a
tuwrn.-t list if ill.- ki- I .,ill woundled:
'irrtutl I takLitll. I t..,1,1
oI'mvhit. I'ere 'I i.. 'lirul ,.unauy, kLl) lle.il.
11:ithulls. i'lr-" atai; i ua, sIot in lft larlm.
I'J.. t itTl. I tir. -l'iu'-lv. aligitly i k.
('tlt Clark,-, (iixtlmnm .".,lna1i, arm; tin 1,a
'apt Jlin tonte, wliuti CeMmUilsy, both ieit.
('nit ,ral IlhiaLr. I'aiurith immiipiy, til,
(ii ;.oal l.ij"itlhtitl'.,t Thirdl ,mpanlly,
thliilel te.. blnrat. Iumolbbly fatally.
: lkch..,l ,i ili.iheiiV
IK. M, l,ldI. aili.
E. ('atria, mrlmi.
It. Jn.tii.., ani.
- ltilltt. jiw.
Artihur W'ati.i fatally thlrougllh thle body.
ik.rgt M A Iiltlltiltiila., shulI.r.
trr.t.-.Maj. Mawlittlu.iey, ercn and hout
JA Taylir. clighhtn
- Arc'-lim. et1i.it '
- Auitiaioi-tl, al,uItiu-i.
Dullti'li t',tv,'r" ('C pt car.liner, abmlotmn.
Jantme lantgtfu;ri, stulder.
I. lit it-ui. ilet arliL
Im- ii. l thl-ru ar,- wituledl, but have Ii
In. Vt' brl'olght Its yet'
b.he lws a preme Court kaders a De
ellsto its avor of the eesders from the
Supeme leote of Waltet Wertmea.
W tTrnrtt,,, lwi , ,p., ial Tel'gram,. A\pri;
ip.-'h t.ulpr. til e .ut t this mortinL, till atn
1pntonm ;,t DllT1 'I l ' , ti tit, ,elhebt'. , I ':li t. I
' ' rtn ll lllI j' ": ', -.l. it t 1.ti l,"t . f Ilth
1"r ,2t 111 , r l t It. t.- . ,. .rh.l. I i, n
srt ll. , I, l.:, t. . I t" 1 .r, n-to ' t i n t t tI
I'l;.'l ld it,. N, h, I(. hil 1:. il ,' ]' III,
to n--wi t l , t l g." f t . .. t , rt
t.he jn mi-nIh on .f th1e e rrt. 1tr to .
Iatetl Iassl ' o ,e f lawri r.ltu- t.I to, 'py tile
roaltL ,1 I1 t Nlt in r.ln. itf-ie, i t , o .et ,.ran
uiothlr t ran.lnel tIi cs e w te tt lo.gheti nt
e akes Itrn, thioe'nttru l trlu.e btfora e .ndgre
6(ii s n o. , it aot a * lie roendre
jUd31 1 ,lit un fnav"ror f Ill,* adh, rants
of tlhe supreme lonig.'. and from this de
mner, present thet he e lof the state ode toa
Me supreme court, and argued that they were
a life t nnurt tce compaany, ineoriior.ted a'nd
ilngot inl.e,lnrdnee with thtte laws of Ilow ,
smpa.n. He was interviewel .upon the
decietrn of tho tl'ct 1. li nr. to. ' O-t.
ad said that he bheeI rithey hlL
adopted this idea,. u that njun ""t n pr e~~t.,I -
inge ould 10Itwgun t,,'lone upthe adh,.r , nt of
the supreme bl. r make thet,,l, ust t"'.
(al. W. It. Graham, if ('tr Falls. graitd
master of the .pr.me1.t_ " l i.l , |t we- i.
terv / ws d aWill sa d riht he . -"'* 1 n,,t teil the
et. Ct of t e d,. 141-mn u:.' , I,. -,.w th, full t, xt
t ..Il . tr. t, , t : . ,.. 1 t ,1li t..
I . r., . , , .· • ~l
(W1o Ile1 i IM L WHIII .*
Itwer wsbsee slaeebt Uamsebe at a
-oea-A LLrates at as i •gims a a
a-stl Annke aap .
Winnaipeg, i'speia Telegram, April :
iAt Ilattlhutf.r-, yesterday, Ive mounted n
polieumen arrived from Fort litt, hearing t
intelligenee that in as attack ly the Indians i
onMuof the policemen was klledl and one
woendedl All the other oculenote of the t
fort, inclulmg the Hudon IBay faetor, Me-
lean, and family, have taken refuge In a
ramp of friendly Intliane near the poet The
.di.e, whio esinpel ulelr t a raft.i ithe sto y
f teu fighet i Wan i .t detail eif the .aIutit.O
For two werkm tie, fort was eLrrunllu.l'd by In
irui. who cllstaltly melaiu.l thIeL lace. and
an sttcrk wae .murattlty escia L Thle an
dian sMU denmakl Uthe errulnitr of tie' fort, but
lotsertor uehknas, of thh otIl.e... le.u.lmtel -
fumed. Thur., weet ahout fflfy nu in th u -
raclk, indluobng time p.I,.r, and am tlh were
well armed thew coull have kept the lauue
away but Chief Big ier sent toi have a paley
with Mlc.ani, the chief fa.aor. The hiet il
him if the civiliane and pllr would lay dawn
Utheim arn aItl sntrntnlet r he woMd pAotet
Pthie NeI. timian.l aeeptedtoeasf
for himelf and , eivtian I sepeetar
ien even after h i rvllimas.. haLd alt
reflled to mrreuler; end, with hil sm, be
was embarking a aft for etteford whea a
band o a hm.lred Ilndians rer bi ear
attaced him Te police oaght degl seraly
and killed a coneiJbt oblnunuLt r of redn -ine
The Inds was faeally f ,eel to rerest and the
police ~e4eml d Wiem C mowan, m of the,
sumter wee killed, and asother, named Loss
by. fatally wut..dL OWthes were wounded,
tat hot beriously. T'l tinidity of McLean
nmhar,naeul thI polle and rve fa
tal to the ilwirty of thir y whien-
men, waoene and rliilrnuln-who awe believed
kto have fallen victimns to tihe treac
i eaeat Itrnmght intul, grutuuO rulalrting the
r. tLaken m~a tel, which wla s rlnl isrto i few
day. ago tl hare |le -u a ialuatl u rtl. e I udiane
sbout p Fr I Lake hadt rtu i actig it. an toranlo
ioutr tore rms tim,., l rard t ismula they
itvit d th.e .li,'i to .ettetd ttlr.ln Ines
Irithtt.tul te- 'l," -., ,uptael. Ilh.ir,, i lt, t ane
Sltuar' fulr iLour t ths , rlll ttItIIluug nlllii suIeI
IhI lrui i aIt tuji th ciltuet inc., suit l r sillt,
with ttie ir tuIik. "iu :..i, %% liht the c.rvtee
nc 'urVI' th lt lila~ee tfirutd first, tull cs th'
whilt* lft ; ..:tuu i.,l ' tu ut f ti i nunt ,, w.re sht
iuIIstI.iit. le wu ji-ir le.'tathti.rc lafturd
u ,.rviyj ,, we: , the,. -, u .I I.v ulh., I.lulul lhirstY
Idianln . , lnda ,r II . ;1 . t, itIt lath. thu
lll,.llthi weiul ult. i1 'I'| l Sll k iuii tucl
I. , '.1 l uieiiv I, ;i, lati, is. luctti. firtI
Ihrl ' l'.hv .tats " that1 t F:' as.k tilu l , s hore
IL,,.r tl, ttt t tht liarracke,
us iith,| ld, sv ahii liu,lui noln , ill, ti.t, hati;
I :,f lu.Ihleu ehaaluutu,u,'u r Tlte .Iuurlae tluiti
flt d lli al ,andl ,f luianlti at I attlt iver
u,.al .i; wittwh wtat r"-tIt ias tnet known.
I Mle-uuii' bhand is ill Ii ,lu tiitlui withi
uuuluihiaker's, sit• trubtil ,i sffrirL An early
a ttaik onu lllattli.fort Iu a l I. ,t1 The ga
y rll im thtiruit,.hlyv alart., dt. hurl, miu Ieun
tI'lt ti ('cl I Ottter to aku akll haicte w il th i
cilltituit to th., ru'litf of the (rleeti. It eis
now .nut,it that he will reach tletrs 1ttr.
" day. rher, tuerite ittl, doubt Ie will have
sltsoe flghltig to do, as the enlire counry
I-tMcut Itattlufurdiua aUolce.u"u to ti swaroumt-.
y with hti tl|, Inldiatnc. A uftluieuit alulni t of
a mluheii h,. at tact reaudi i Middii,tn to tii a
atu!,unhim.totp._liuc. firwa.-l A dispatch re
Mitltnul and hia. .a,,aitit enrinuitlred ,everal
0I t It, lie" ilSt t v otiardatv atd, eelai.rdl ll eholt
wlth thi, I, I ut a ltt.l' nmeu r.tI ar. inrto am
a.we it rtwa lrale tht half-wretl
reiftort..Itt lflay.N llllgtd rtltrth. Midlttttlnm
Ie,..grallt. ,t lnetruehlt n two hab. i tbl tramer
for tl(r,'t tbring ta fr mwith altl hail. Tie
aItam.r bat l w On ite WCay tO rioim Al.me th
il t i . ighted waltl r viaiti. Midlletaav ioe
il n-,t her iu Prinee Al.trt s brin h le ayi
Iv auth tae ' nka ran.it. baw.. c.eaeid oUn
til1. r,.tt.. Arratlgtillttl tai.' born ma.de fir
Il. t., n.m ,t Lim ui.ar Isatihle' Croangilti
wt.,-r.. it I. alw~ctil a fight will take pln e.
Ira i,'e" ill Ilt ev lnt the e - of It reelt l in
ti' ll.|l c t ) tant iL . Lemeniat. Iat Itl l. le ovel
l, it that the tmlitarv autht orifties are
ii p -,-,,-ion of faI. nlot known to
l., piulnlict, for tI ri*nlitrl.y o.rlere
wr, r, itid trFm l J i iddletou to uhae alu
iilr le/itllar ftslaileera a.nI Fri.n)hl lattalion,
ti'll :;. et itrig, left in two .I,i'eial trainI
Rr twi: t turrtnt, from whlirb point
Ith. alI I." fo rwarde) by rih'r to join
i.d I, ,,:ta. TIhn. ,,v.ur tl .e:i .r.d'i I lvy
inart.1l. thl' Wittil'. tro l f i Cavatlry nill
Lau. I".b" +.II,. .. t favatry gn ort lu.r 'utfp- I
thie r ar ,h. , ,it. I I t .e.u ,ro , ary ftr Itim to fail
bask. 1t' j- alt it:o Ia.. nti,1 tto n ourl l tt.ly
de tl a att ti t ti,. tIII.. It 1 *. be .veI .ltre that
Mtlt.wti, aa h T, wrlnformatlilt rgardtnl tl Illl'a
alit ,.: i an) bis foiaen lhiht led htimi to ask
rein.t r,. n mI . Ai aatie, lut,)t, I rot.i Mtil,,'
WIell. i~r erght an.l erT fleat Ir.- ha. Deterls.
lain fi wlarl molell i, it l I t LrrL.w ntorll
lug. 'r·a"e Aill rt anill, ll, i Ita ilatne allI
a . ta itatl t, -:yi I. I :i nIa "at Ital (a h rla t
t. · ml: ,. . ! ,1 ,I." , If tn , I.r , iitelu tlor, i. a
.1. i |*tl:iraI t, n. I ,i r I o i a l ]l lt'hher the
It nIt t.1 .i r . t i .. :' t l rtllt i al Ist
t.,.i rii , r nt,..,lta ., 'a , lt,' r-'.-! ii f tutu)
a ,,ll. ,l- l IV l,,' .. I tII*t. o, it- li urgi r lti
tt'ih '-', rt w'i, lln i" i.i, i'- t,.alttlErvl at the
".t,,l.,.riiihl fi..t id F. - g . '.,iti gllrttihe
LI, " . t tt" ft . r ,tr, h.in lw t t l ,adtd it
p i ii ,:itai liu . -ii hItt ia t , - I ' powtit . tl as
I, " .;.tt L, twot l r-- It .'t Ii ha, i.t.gan
Sii. a.aaif waiath a 1.
I ,. 4,r " ,a irkhif ,"l" tlh-I s l.l. . ara er,-les
I.f t ,, . n i aarl. I . lt alit tim. lh ,ri-.l fla
Il , i n,"t l.-all, 1 i- i , ,r u 1t
eklyReport ti n mat s t
. . . . ... . .Ii
1T : , , N . w T r k M , , h 'a l R· e .o r o f L a -t ,a t o
I ir.i." I,,- n 'tr),. ', Iml· roveI dlr.t;· tl~ : a-"
,:. ".i._ .}'i'" I. . , "i .. " t ra
hean et e a bl ilur. a ifr eUlhiiBe -
would proaimy have ecoerrel 1r rl
hia. zever be in ny danar from CaOIti
ad the only hmromge which o rurremi we U
slight e.tent and loemed of itsef. Lieu Grant is
now Itronger. It was what lightha..ebhru eto
*Yte, l inestmeat has ibeen directed to
aht d i aL 11,e mulgh hs nearly epareted
froum the ttl.'at, and a mourer .f imnllnatI
danitr haIm I bI iuiprolwed, but tle thratu die
ease i .till thre. although fr the pLr.int it id
is qumeemeit. There ha noot u era Ib- s.lightest
iltiaErnielit in rcg.ard to the nomal. ml.ot of I'
the ma... The mierineopi eamination of tihe
spI ulen treuoiv from (ten lrants throa
ha rdicloe i the isaseto ibe pithotlul .
LTet Thureday morning an czplosioa ocear
red in thebtlauemnt of the aldmiralty building
h Loldu Firesnmn ad poldee were pa mpi
I, oemmoeel, ald all a of the almlrat I
lulmllmltig cloaL A rp.l y gard was at oenoe
jimed pto panrn l n al
toonaer or depart frum the trumibe I
until a tLhorugh eaaih ecould e madel
The rsplo..les omcurred - the .retary'c d- '
partait. w and Eldwl V. iwaIn.., amitarut
secretary and prineIlal clerk, reeived a Is
were sealp wond lIe was the oniy I
perern nJureL It a bmleved the os
lelsios wa cau
sr. ltwalnouoeo r seombhn whirl thbe o~eI
cridor wre pd a- wh th
w owsn froteg on the or Uurd_' earadol
were blows ouL At lr itH wa repured oos e
p1 .- war oed b fu a te and warl the 1
detcS of a h eitor by
d ietO or me IWh la f the per
The ar pisti.
ties oftdoifs tswrsrumelt Mr. Swwain
tooltlmlllll/rc tit-. Iku
son gives it an hi. oprita that the eaplosevo
wan thrown its the room tLrogL the
wilndow. The fans of small Amen
~cam O, blened b te etapo io
ether wihi eu poes of clok work at
toed. wan founid among the debris during
Stbh eaimiatlos whlich flilmwew Ti d-.
, miralty o~i·llala eupposs ihen fragmente anr
apata of the infeIrnal eaine wIich caued the
ertmiel, A -tgruig u.luepelen now prevall, in
lretee olal ci that the epplinson
war tie result of private mali e, an Mrit. Siwai
oe wans gr.atl disliked by a Ilunlr of pr
r sues, iti'lulinlKlseve0rall emplyi·rof the office.
It is re.rtail tilat tie internal narhine waI -
a pleet~inala, embmae oint ov-"r thee spot whee I
Mrt. 14dinni · Ihed would I. whiue sitting at
o be" .lemk. Tar. ih.t-W 'tlvee arm .Y rtaii that tic
,dlnrali.e was tel. work ofl aim .,liml-,. an Ino
etrltmer,' inmll I,"m- te jaJll,,tr witlhmut ome
th.lenll..mt Ill iwlm, t tiel o Ie 1ll I,unoi -l l with
ho i l..,l of u llor l,,memlertltie'lmt. The jla:itor
slav'l nli stl:uli.' to liia kowhlydg1i hsL Immowd `
h. be dImri c,. Il. . t Itli.tI y tolulr holrs. The
i lat.t , mj..iinr-. Im tmat tim., etpl0sWhve In the
alllliraltl bllluig nnemt bare imi e I.laed
in YMr. ia1llol'e diek. It prul ly
ie maem. tli .nllt the parm.I p.t, and
ih tuiiU t th lmu h ilare oul.itel of two linede ofl
,go.r. mmtt.. r somme simlar Iageet. The only I
I.other . .plalloatli..erdl l i that the icmlreal t
Llgaiie,'l .hllelmeillo totb.he buillingudrlimelhallgIig
i interval ("''rrmlig he.tweemo tthe rm-limfe of 1oilie,
r- and lmsi ait tie. etn loslvo in tlheohloo. The do.
,u teo4iv, arelll sti petapll Il tlhe aLrk Of
ýs irls are of the opision that tlhe eplolon wan
t canee" l the spntaneous ,FutllH.ea of a e pci
nusof es plioelle wllmi.m hiad been sent
to the lminltyr ot l.etiom. The gn..
oral belie thati the eaplueive agent was not
R a.aa a a D in1. vil
There I. eaakierable escttemeot aIval "I
cirelem over the impending conflct between Co
Itanels and EnglaLd Even the more meon.
servative are coming to the strong belhe thatI
war i. inevbitabl The internt has been great. i
ly increased by the presence at Hamptoc
ltoad of a Rulelan earvette sad a Der.
lab rus -war, whibk. areordtig to the
best advice0, have bee following each oth
er over iand abolut the high s for oso
tine pat, ad ooly waiting for a ieclr
tion o war to ight n grand naval dea. Is- h
lieving that tie declaration will Lome within I
a few a p, qtlet a numlerof gentlemen t- un- r i
ed for Noutlk with twhe intetlre of remaining t
in that vienitry until the bttle corme ofl. o t
will be a spectaele well worth witneming If P
they can get tear etingth to e it. 'The l ine
eu crvertte o a u wagnufirent piece of nava
archite0turt, antI mais undter thename oftl7- t
II, Calint. ttktialoff. Mb i mnnletl by 11W
mtrnL The liriteh man.o'-war (larne t i aid
a, te a wrerflt vesreal of Ita kind, said nl under it
.atinand of Capt. Heciry Hand with 2l)0 on en
annd twelve gon. It appeiar that the
itrnet actintg tliter ntore. followed tie *
itrvilat from the Weet Indl.ean e only wait- :
n ian cportiuitv to i ghtn It it behated alo,u
tht the vrerlfJl will remain at Halmpton oadl
long enough to rr.e.'w, informatitou of the de-.
laratlonof ar. a l tn clear from American wa
terL anud open fire within three miler of ior- 0
foIlk, makiilg lerhaps the first naval engae
neltit of the ctotiielrt and affording an inlsirltlg d
e.'ne for tie mthartin e at the .arnv yard. I e
StrI and Giarnet areat anchor aiout a qt-ar. i
r of a mile apalrt watching each othera t
I movementa with nerroe ant r ety. t
Sa tiue aouIn dem e tal awtat teln . at At- e
last B . 1
A National ('imn.rital ('onrocvti.a l s ltn
aelled to metr at tthe Ituutifnl atd prtgoreesivo
c ity Of Atlanta. tia., a th ltlh utt Mtay, andtin
t ritationu - are ertl.ld anll t.,anmercial boelite'
8and cities to u in n uat."l itead ,l"l,.ntM The . I
tihet drlorll if ta"h attte will I6lilhti ' am d0ol.- a
d0t,nlal d,+h'gat, - at large . to, II. a(l, l'u ite. ,y
s the tivertior. Ilt't AssnitatiOi htavitig lift"
anitnlrs or Iee.. all he i tll titd to one dl.r-7
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i leenllrsor, will Ihan. ,.ie wlhr dtltgltu for tah.
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tllhe Atr.iti, l . .ty city or tItIl 0o twio
tlttitanil llttha.tt tot Iiaritti alt tirgati,.od
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itll h me la th May'ir otr chief ltagisitrate.
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the tllit te .titi ' ItIAt I to I b Letttr the blutlrl. t
II hitere.ti t of atle. ,, lrtry. Amnt g th . l t rehj.tt
it to be consilerrtdl aIt. triattia with flreigin rount
.1 tries; a batlkrulpt lanw coinage of .ilvc.r; rill
II way tranltirtlt, llt Ind ailihli cuh.r iii.t.
I tiina tiltelchillg nlt i, t,in atial ci onl lltnir
/ cial intereste, a- Tihe t',tti tiie in nay ,term
prper for di'iit--l ,d and actItt I is Ii11.,et
II that fare's w:li I rselneti niat.irially antl
that the rt tllu. it willt iil t,--tli tllhroe
,lays. Ther,. 4,h,! i a- a fullaitwl t!. t.,r
h. ntatiion of lthi .i. .' iorthwetl atid thern ate
amurancee of a g",ui.: olu welcome at Auatatll
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New York Morning JournaL
C'a.tle (arden was the scene of much
bustle and eritemeut recently. For two (
days one could not but notice the ap- r.
ipearane of twenty-four solid-looking a
men whose face plainly bespoke their "'
anxiety. They were miners and H
employed in the coal mines of Mauneh to
Chunk, Penn. Their presence at the rt
(Garden was considerable of a mystery, P1
and until the arrival of the steamship T
Werr all were at a lose to explain to
hei!r presence. t
With the arrival of the Warro, hbow
ever, the mystery was clearsl up, and
o-e of the strangest senes ever witness
is Castle GardeO was enacted.
As the 418 steerage pasengers of the a
Werra were lmding twenty-fve red- 3!
eheeked anld ame-baed malides,
ranging-a g ,e from 17 to 21, with top
"boo up to their hanes, were seen to
take prseesdlse of the other pesengers
md v y walk the gang C
plak to the Garden.
As they Sled sloag the narrow g
etres and registered their ame.
with the elerks they mast furtive glanes
at the group of twenty-five .orny-(
headed of toail who were lips
tiantly awaiting their arrival. t
No sooner had they gone through the
formula of being registered at the
Garden than they all made a grand
rush for the group of men, who receiv
ad them with open arms.
The unusual spectacle was explained
to a reporter by one of the miners,
who saidd: I
"These young ladies are front Kos
sth, in lkungary, and our party is
from Maunch Chunk, in Pennsylvania.
It is impossible for us to necure suitable
companions of our awn nationality where
we are employed, so about three
months ago we all clubbed together
and sentan agent to Kossuth, where the 1
population of women greatly exceeds
th Iat of the men, for the purpose of
bringing to ths country twenty-Ave
nice looking and healthy young women
who are not afraid of work and who
desire to get married. The man who
a sel eted the girls is Mr. Janson and you
see the result of his trip. For my part
I think he has done nobly. If you know
of twenty-fve nier ooking girls than
are in that group you ean do more than
I can. You see we are forming a little
village of our own and our experience
a with American girls ahe been very dis
couraging. They see to be afraid f
S. so we st combined and sent over
Smoney aen t to bring these girls over
and now we are going to marry them."
"How do you intend selecting them?"
Sairel the reorter.
"Oh, that was aln nasa weas ago. -
You see, we drew loin to see who would
have first choce, and I won No. 8. I
have chosen that little girl with the
black eyes and hair. She is short, but
just look at her arms; ee is as strong h
as a horse, sad don't you think she is
'hen I asked berif she thobght she a
could be eontented with me and grow
to like me me she laughed all over her face.
Her name is Bertha Hillern, and she is
in her 19th year. I feel very proud of E
her already. Come over and drink a h
glass of lager with us."
The reporter went over to the corner P
where the good-natured George Metager a
presides and talked to the pretty
Bertha, who was seated on a bundle of
clothing. Her conversation transla
ted was to the effect that she was1
delighted at the prospect of securing a
husband and a good home at the same
time. As she sipped her lager sahe said
that she was sure that she would like I
her intended husband and that she I
would do all in her power to make him
happy. She expected to go into the I
mine-4 with him and work as well as to
take care of their little home.
The fifty happy p.ersons departed on
the i; p. m. tram for Manchl Chunk, to
he married on the arrival at their
A altk With Uilarek.
From the Pt. Jame-'- * az, tt.
Count Bela Szechenyi re ently had
an intervier with Prince Bismarck con
taiining certain disclosures of a sutli
ciently remarkable character:
Rleferring to the international situa
tion at the present moment, Prinee
Bismarck, if his interview is to be be
lieved, took credit to himself for all the
naw departures recently witnessed in
the poliicy of the chief Cabinets of
Europe. Everything, he gave his Hun
garian visitor to, understau:l, was really
due to his il.tigation, to his diplomay,.
or else tohiis intrigue. "As for France,"
said the Chancellor, "I hiave contrived
to get her well occupied out in China.
TIhn, as regarld the supremna-y of
i:ritatn in maritime and eolonial tffatr-,
I an, engagEd in thi- task of i-ounlttr
thalancintg ur neutralizing it." T' irnin.
to (G rntny's allies. Prince 4 lt44 ar",k
tr .,.1, 1: "If I:nli.ia dejir, s i, t tak
A.rus ni or Afghanitan, heh. i.ll not
1 iave to I it., ii -h for the-r lu g in
.:,, t , ith r, fercn..-t .- I tr:. r. .t
I ' e- try. .. Ioliy lf th, Il, u .,
,.e .,t a. of c,,r-,, ntt'u,.t. , "' t". ath
:, s . r ,." .Indl te h , ll r w1 . a .
1" , . t", hint that he , tll,! t:,l-.e
li:ittl.. iih . -tria mo l., t
,. . . t :it dir,.,.t, nauot lie grit
i t' . Si' . ', ,,:,.e . i, ,'v,-vt r t ,,"
t ,, .. . . ,-t ti. a ii t vr ts 1
I t . . cte , C,: :,ti. e . , , It lI,.hu .
I " t', 5,.is l the,.i ancill a, the flu:.
guarist a re eatly to blame. They are
foolishly spending enormous sums ou
their one port at Finme. instesa.
w-hh they should seek to enrilch ;in:
-elves in settlements abroadl." Ip'..
Count sechenq* i intimating t!hut t'
Hungarinans diliked the p|:licv of t I'
(hmerm'm Knltulrksmpf. the prince r
remarked: "That is a police which 1
canno.t alandlon. To give it up woll
enable Austria to elgain her prjcd.ow-i
nane, at the pedty courts of (iermivy
However, I am not olposel in prinwith
to restoring Rome to the Ilpo. and tel.
restoration will be carriel otn it It;aI
priceetls to make war against Turk"vy
with a view to the conquest of Trile.li.
This last threat is only another proof iI
the irritation of the (lerman chancellol
at the friendliness Italy has been show
ing to Ensgled.
Geinp Abeat lsmgl
Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth hbas jut
inished her seventy-Art novel--t,
more the one for e ear of bet
life. Boaner has as iron contract
with her, binding her to write for him
alone, and o demand, at s8,00 a year.
The total number of bogs peeketd i
Cimeimeati the pa winter was aM 9,4,
glet 365,45lfor theprenedalgasason,
a erease At nearly 20,000.
Capt. 0. W. Bonrke, U. S. A.. oI
Gen. Crook's stad, at Whipple bmrreeks
says he recently delivered a lecture to
the people of Prescott, and that "hall
the audience were asleep in twenty min.
utes. When I stated that I would ot
detain them longer the aplplame was
Of the seventy-sirx nited State
senators, at least thirty-two aft pro.
fessora of religion, including one .e,
one Ioman Catholic, and two Unitari
ans. Of these, sixteen, or just half, ar
A Boston girl who is teohiglin Co'
orado writes home as follows: "I have
forty cholars of all ages and teach a"
most everything, gramnar, history,
physiology, mathematics, manners,
Smorals, common sense, personal elean
Slines, fancy work and general civilise
0 "No," said a Vermont deacon. "I don
Sapprove of horse racin', lt when an
other memberof the church becomes -a
r godles a to try to pass me on the
Sroad comn' home from meetin' I feel
it my duty to let out a little on the
reins, just to keep him from puttin' his
trust n earthly things."
In a regent b rech of promise suit ta
course d true love" was traced in this
manner: "Dear Mr. Smith," "My de.a
John," "My darling John." "My owa
darling John, "My darling John,;
"Dear John." Dear Sir,' "Sir," and all
One of the prominent citizens at
Adairsville, Ga., fell asleep while in
church. His wife, sitting by, pushed
him gently to arouse him, when the
"old soldier," in a half sleepy way.
cried out audibly, "OIh. get up Molly,
and make the Are yourself."
General C. W. Lowry, Principal of
the Blue Mountain Female College of
Blue Mountain, Miss., fell dead from
heart disease as he was getting on a
train for New Orleans. He was a
prominent General in the Confederate
Miss Mary Anderson, in an "Inter.
view," recently Iublished in a Londhr
paper, says: "I leave with my compa
ny in Reptembher. We make a tanr ol
over six months' duration in the Unit,.l
States. including California. With re
gerd to subsequent arrangements f,
1886 nothing is yet ettled. I sam refus"
ing at present flattering offers to ap.
pear in pain iand France; but n".xt
year I may arnept tlume from thi. for.
mer country and go to lpain. Culla ndal
The will of Francis A. Drexel. ti e
deceastrl Philadelphlia hanker, was adl
mitted to prolte. After givingI dire.
tions relative to the settlement of his
business interext, Mr. l)Drexl nordrs the
execut.rs to make an inven.tory of tl:e
estate, and as soon thereafter as exl.-li
ent shall raise out of the not residuimy
estate ,after payment of some :,rv;dte
leqjuestt) 10 per cent of the valllatii c
in cwsh and distribute it to various thari.
At a recent dinner party in Lodoln a
dieusaion arose concerning the ex.
change of genius between England and
the UCnit1 States. F-r every actor.
singer, le.turer, or lerson of n.to setnt
here by England the United States
madle a return. There was Ble.,th for
Irving, Mary Anderson for Elhen T'.rry,
Patti for Nilsson, as Patti r.,ally b".
long''l to us first; Joe ..fl'1i-n fi'
'outhlrn, and ,so on. A.t l..i'.gh , .Ihns
Tadlema, who sa, one of tih. gue-t4,
said: "Engla.l i. one alh.:,t .of the
I'nit',l State,. We sent ()-er W\tle!
over thlere bt I.I had no fool to 'rd
; ,r- . . I th .ir , - i ,
I .: . , tr -,r". u a I ,,,g ti , " r
t I , ', . ,,- ., :.1,
S. . . I i , e rr . ,l I . ' ! ',l i ra
a.. roal alwnt five ye.,r .