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MAIllEN, . .-M .NT. .1
Ti.- Ma,., - of Sali-hury, pro-lsr
nit, I',r :.,r of Enilhnd'. iv the ableht,
it-.. f ' h.mn all, ald a mIuan of great
1, "'-.,I; iLtaity, chlllarater and ex
(;Gladtone, w ho had weat hered great
dittficult-e. owedl at la-t hi-dlownfalito
i Iprloisition flor ti ismll increase of
dmt it. on beer an d spirits. 'Thi bold
Briton would not stanld il. erferenle
with his eisr.
SMr. Phell., the new Mini-ter to Eng
litld. imadlle a pleasant -i-erh at the
dinner given by the Lord Mayor of
(lndon to her Mali-ty's judges. All
the papereconunenlid it iiit ing in ex.
c.llent taste. Mr. Phlelpiis sonomewhat
di-.tilngni-hel isa n ·Ieaker.
In two or tlhree states whose legisla
tu-rst halve le-ei in session nearly six
moiihes, there is bitter complaint of
extravaigant and ltwl es expendit ures
iiid of unl-es legislation generally.
The isople in these states are eagerly
demandling either biennial or limited
sessions, as a partial remedy.
Bartholdi, the sculptor, has given
the following statement of the exact
dimensions of the Statue of Liberty:
"Front bottom of plinth to the top of
torch, 151.14 feet; heighth of bottom
foundation of pedestal above low
water mark, 13 feet; height of founda
!ion mass, 52.10 feet; height of pedes
tal proper, 80 feet; total height of top
of torch above mean low-water mark
305.12 feet." He emphatically denies
the story that the statue wasoriginal.
ly intended for Fgypt.
W. J. Chamberlain, the Ohio statis
tician, in May estimated the general
wheat crop at 800,000,000 bushels.
His June estimate is270,000,000,and
he says further: "The wheat failure
is 'the most disastrous for twenty
years,and there is no usedenyingit, or
letting the public down gently to the
knowledge of it." With all thee dismal
estimates and predictions the markets
Io not seem to sympathise at present
to any great extent, but higher prices
must Inevitably result from the di
Kansas is subject to remarkable
luctuations in agricultural products.
Last year the country was tilled with
stories of the magnificent Kansas
wheat crop, and this year the reports
of the condition of the growing wheat
in the same State become more and
more dismal. The Secretary of the
State Board of Agriculture now thinks
that the total wheat crop of Kansas
will not exceed 12,0(10,000 bushels
against nearly four times that quan
tity last year. This is a very ex
traordinary difference, andone hardly
to be paralleled in any other part of
The German army is to be irncreased
15 per cent, to correspond with the
probable result of the general census
soon to be taken of the population of
the empire. The peace footing of the
army, as it is termed, is now about
420,000 men, but in time of war the
army can be placed on ai war footing,
having a at trgt it of nearly 1,800,000
men. There seemlls to be no reason
able exnpectations that this vast army
will be decreased during this genera
tion. The cons-erted atltion of all
the great powers semims tolbe neveary
to acconmplish such a wise Ileasure,
and at present, not one of them is fa
It is signlitnl lnt of the relations be
twaen the rich and the pooe in Great
Britain, and of the growing discontent
in that country rel*Ps'ting the present
system of land ownership, that a royal
conuniii ioner should say in a report
that "they see no way of evading the
broad fact t hat l.onlton is, in tlie strict
sense, overptullatdl, and that a finl
renldy is only to be looked for in
such at reforlm of our land system as
will rlrdrs t he elir, nt unequal alance
between town and country, and stop
the drifting of rural populations into
thegreattownls." Afew yearsagosoch
language would have been considered
rank sorialism, now we find it in the
mlout ihs of comi,ioners actingll under
the seal and by the authority of the
LATEST IEWS SUMMARY.
(En. Grant Weao'.ed frem New Yark.
, is. Grant haus 1,1." t h." J. ari.,y tfrom
NThe Y.,rk to1 M,::, l.i-, Igr,.,t in s,.*f ty.vto.I
,f.r an tlt pIr -. ilt i- ,,,,,s i th," trip
in.,.l ini. alpll r lnt i . t- ti lli iiti l l . t i n.
M nlillt .- i r:ll .r. is mi thl." m tintl.lll .lills.
tsrile. mill.s trim iar..to;t.. li"e i"iliies
utire iS r(,itap t'i..lird ly lDrm..l t heh.lk.
etr. It is colsi-'r-d a .ctry hl.l . Ility hsmit
The jllournley to Mcr;lgor waisvery fatigu
ing.. A dinls.tll. h s y th.it lwhen (,1.i. rllnt
l.ft his hoits. in N.l w York lw iIhlilaiIe
tffrt io lift i fl ,it t all it. hi tcrs..--i the
Sid, .Ilk., lbut shltti*alll a.is if it nluiredl
gr..t sitr'tngth ito mI.. it all. ilad lialedl
he.ivily luprt the tlhick milne lii lwayst i-r
riet. SpIial was tihe unln i lject 'if the eln
ginar urla he sent the train rittliig at it
mill-i-sminute rate ilili.s't issntuliattely.
A.s thl trait tuastl uIg-n. tirait mle an
effort t. l..wk h, Ilr. lillghitns, whis waslt
hii i.sihl.h t faliilsItl. l-e m1 t1 i disti pitnlsit
eI when hl soll that I c.,uhl nllot li un
dher-. ai. 11e eIl his eys.anl laid aIrk
in his chair as. ii, tionl k.' l. if hwll . liead,
unti' nrantigio was reaheLd. Thi. shout si
thev stwl' a in tlh .itatiion lit.sruesl hijisasthe
train enter-1l and hrs sis-silsi slowly up to
where tie lMount lMeilinsr train wis wait
ing for hint.
Gen. lGrnt teplurl fr. it thear unatiled,
anid idlining iasistance, graleprtl the iron
railing of ti othe. itr, li piultl histself on
to the piitfrni. TihP journey lustlhetwsilve
miles of mluntalin roadm wi tile nttst fa.
tiguing part ofl thl whok triprl. It wai irsty
to see. hiwever, that hie was lisginning tis
feel adistrlt.,-s. especiatily a the Iwat was
intenise. lie .hiswnl no iispmwition, how.
ever, to let otihsr know iit his trouble,
and when tlhe train finally stopped at
Mount MirtGregor staltion he walked
ra ely up the incline t oward the
house fior is huailril fist or 11mire, when he
had to s u, p Ia ldI wnt himlself in a chair.
Dr. Iagkiltass .tinlined thle entire evening
with lien. hrant, who. espite fatigtue, was
wakeful until Iti othlsrsk. Hll throat wai
then pIinted withl esitoaine, and he settled
for the night. Ilr. Iktlsalis retired toanad.
jolning roism, thuglllh hle has roiomsn at the
hotel, and the nurse was left to watch with
Ropersuad Damge Cem.
The advance sheets of a report upon the
corn crop of Illinois, soon to be issued by
the department of aglriculture, shows that
the area planted in torn is much lairger
than last year, esperially in wheatsections.
Inserts hia ve dlamagl the growing coren se.
lously in many Is.rtions of the state, and
the ilhi. dry u-imonts has been unfavorable
for ilianting andl growth
Aspe.ialthi from Piarsona. Kans., says: There
is now mtaking its aippatrance in this vicin
ity a souriseg.l equal to the grasshopper.
r-gse thihlda tf sctrn stlandinig ion an taverage
of eight inchlte highh. ltking fresh aind green
In the soirsing, lifmrs nighlt intaer nme wither.
ed anid deadi . Exlislnttitln di'seit.ew on
each hill .tyrilds iof wssrnst, ranging freot
an inch andl is qarter down to one-eighth
of an inch in. leith.
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G. W. Paysley of Illinois has been ape
ated inspsrtor of surveys in the land ol
Judge J. B. Stallo of Cincinnati is claimed
b his friends to have the bulge on the
Mr. Cleveland said that he should allow
himself to go a fishing up in the Adiron
dacks, either in July or August.
Capt. H. L. Howhon, one of the most so.
complished oilers of the navy, hi to take
command of the new steel cruiser "Atlanta"
on Ang. 1.
Sunset Cox sold his house and contents
in Washington for c50,000 and cleared $10,
000 by theoperation. Hebought the prop
erty two years ago.
Business is crowding so in the post-office
department in Washington that another
bhiding has been rented by thegovernment
for the money order branch.
The postmaster at Shingesiand, N. Y.,
has heroially advised the poetomee de
partment that he ilan "offensivepartisan,"
and concurrently has tendered his resigna
It is understood that ex-Congresman
George A. Jenks of Pennsylvania, who was
tendered the assistant secretaryship of the
interior department, has decided to accept
The services of the two of the ohler chiefs
of divisonm in the commisnioner of crutoma
bureau. Slanmuel Melhmnald of Ohio and Al
bert Miller of P'ennsylvanil have Inen dis
T. 8. ('lristle, lunt mnallter it Nyack, N.
Y., was suspenled recentl v telause charge.
able with knowledge of a Iriaudl lrletrated
upon the governmerlt while he was assist
ant poatml iaster.
The secretary of the navy has decided to
order a court martial for the trial of Gen.
Smith, and the detail forthwith will be an
nounr*ed in a few dayl . (ien. Smith is the
chief of the hureal of provisionsa and cloth
ing, and is charged with grims. offences.
Attorney General iia land decided recent
ly that Indiana cnull not be lanmtlmasters
becausethey werenot citizens. The aluaw.
men or frontlier gnlol-fr-llnots who marry
Indians. then rai.c!i the alquetion whether
they could holhl Ietofile~r. Mit U(rland
decided tile matter. Aluawmen can be
There are at lresent 130 special agents
(f the pension bureau whose term of office
will expire on June 30 next, but thenewap.
propriation bill allows their reaspofnt.
ment for an other year at a reduction of
salary from $1.o1tI to $1,400. Thesee ap
lointmeatt come under the civil service
rules and it it not probable that the entire
number will be reappointed.
The preident madethe following appoint.
meats on the 15th last: John W.Twigeof
California, in to be assayer of the mint of
the United States at Nas Francisco, Cal.;
Thomas Beck. to be ppaiser of mercha
dise of the district of Francisco, Cal.;
Daniel E. Yost, to be assistant appraiser
merchandise in the district of Sas Fraacs
co, Cal.; Joseph T. Shaler, to be asistant
surgeon is the navy.
There has been latery consid.irbi:tdiscus.
sio in the ...wpalelr' of thli. ,.utnlltry asld
E}:tlrul. inl rf.r.te t. tile l'lli.isiti,on f
4'uita tny the l nitntl t.ft.t*, thro,.ugh pir
,'h..-,. There in a.tth. aity fr ith. st. ,.
n.'.t that the prnoisi,,:,t ..i. hi- lelal adl
t.rit.ry,. wihether .f iua ,r ,,f pIt-rt. .f
1.\i i, , or elsewhere. The pr~'-i.th.t feele
rvery strongly and ,e. tivrely on thi' 1.lilt.
,ecretary Whitney r.',eived thi, following
t.el.araut from Rear Aidmiral .h.t.itt at
i.l in: Mylattempt at nttiittion . ulppt.rt.
ld b ," ( l olin l.iiiners .1 IIIs, . .A en' llitl; l ;and
iDaniel HXr,tliandts, re.ultedl it i t r.-.atv- of
pair.. which was sigrn.'t ( thby niitfinj -
irs. of ith |urties. This. was noi.t lappr..
iI byt n'rv,leutioar-y .rllrs. Matt.ers re
Imain as plviously it pforted. ltov,'rlntiment
fornn- are now marn hio(g on Barra nlquillu.
The health of those. ,. board the Tennw
me and Yantic is g,-i.
Loe.rd e rcasinaitiee.
Additional detail.. intilnue to cone lin
regarding the recent liwit tryltmllii., pilingu up
the aggregate of hIws..- to at untexi~slrt.ll
Lhrge total. A Le M.alr l*-i-i states that
it is estimated that .it letst -4.likt acres of
wheat have been dtstroyed, beside a vast
acreage of corn.
Chaunr.y M. Depw it el ct'etl im'kleiit iof
the New York Central.
Ex-ltenatur James N. Nesmith ditl at Ilsi
country piltel, Derry. l'olkl'o.tt.y, t)r.tf,h.
Mr. Neatmlilh was it C.Iator from i.rgtonu
during the war anl ot..e .fth he ,st brilliant
entml.,rs of the upip.r brunch of rtnnigr,s in
those tinrs'. He lar.tunn" insane sonwyevars
ago. alln foir everal nitths was iconined
in an asylum. He wai liberated a few
molnths since, the optinin ,of his frienltlsani
physician bIing that hti r mnon was rwt .revl.
Gen. Grant was getl'tly exhausted on the'
day alfter reaching Parltgi., but hle took ii
walk. lDr. Douglas, in referring to thew Lt'
eral's conmitiom in rtoninrtion with his
walk. expressed himsllf thus: "The disetse
is following its rhararteristic course, which
Is a course of steadily incrtasing exlihaus
tion. We do dnot oknk for a cure from this
change. Nothing can he a cure. but we do
hope to prolong his life, ant that I. the
most that can be escn'rted. U'nder th'e .'x
hilaratlng efect of this Itmlhsphere alnd of
this cool day he has. for instance, walked
over there to the knoll. He might do that
easily and not be able to do the same to
morrow or next day. The course of the
disease i. as I said, one of increasing de
Crime amd CrimansJl.
At Hambugh, Ohio. Mrs. Eddins put are
senle on her husbanm's lettuce, at the rons.
mand of her paramour, and is now in jail
Reports fron, the Indlian Territory state
that Bill Williams,o, Pete Moore aind
George Morgan, meitllr of a gang of des
Is'rad."ln and horse ant rattle thieves,
were hillgedl by a vigilanle conmlllmittee ar
Hamnilton Hawkins, i well known reei-i
dent of Portland, Oregon, fatally cut the
throat of his divorced wife, and then at
tempted to kill htiself with a knife. He
would have eethewomeaeoplsashmads a
men beat him oil withelubs.
In Galway county, Ky., a man named
Farris slapped his wie's face. Her father,
James Hart. and brother Tom remonstra
ted. In the fght that ensued. Farris drew
his knife, and after fatally wounding young
Hart, stabbed and killed his father-in-law.
Farris surrendered himself. All the parties
were well-to-do farmers.
The pope has appointed Monsignor Sul
livan bishop of Mobile.
Workingmaen are warned not to put con
id-ence in attractive offers of work on the
Canadian Pacific in British Columbia.
T. D. Sullivan, M. P., in a speech at a
league meeting in Dublin. uaid coercion was
now impossible and the prospects for Ire
land were never brighter.
Shocks of earthquake have occurred in
Cashmere with increased violence. It is re.
ported that 2,21 persons have perished in
the district of Musulurabad.
The French transport Isere, which sailed
from Rowen May 21, with the Barthohli
statue of Liberty Enlightening the World,
arrived at Fayal on June 2, and prmrnledl
for New York on June 4.
Lieut.-Col. Steele's force overtmook igI
Bear's outfit on the 9th inst., ninety rmilme
north of Fort Pitt ankkilletlvfie. Thenxt
dlay Col. Hercehmer's for'e intermept~al thle
rewskins and kilkledl seven. One idlicemtmn
Bir Stafford Northcote's acceptance ,t
peerage is generally regretted, as it will
leave the Conservatlve leadership in tile
houtse of comlnmons too muich under thL ill
,aunce of Lordl Randolph Churchill. Sir
Stafford Northlcte'e title will be Lord
Field Marshal atron Von Manteuffel, tihe
distinguished liGerman eommnlander and gmv
ernor of Aleace mlmdI Lrraine, died mldahlenly
at Carlnbad mof pullllllmonary connsgtion. jIme
was born in lait*.. Emperor Williuim was
comipletely prontratel when he ieard df the
baron's death, amnd mtak, ill ia mnoulrnflll
way, "All my friends are dying."
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liseua.aesws Mews eiss.
On the 16th the thermometelmmtr markted 49
degrees in the shade at 3 p. ll. in New York
The fashionable fower at Newport this
seasonis the daisy, of the rare pink, red and
crimson, carefully cultivated varieties.
The yield of wheat in 'alifornia, it is ex
pected, will not exceed 24,000,000 bushels,
or three-sevenths of last year's crop. The
probabilities are that next year's acreage
will show a large decrease.
The Star publishes a letter from Spenre
F. ayard, secretary of the 8mithsonias
institution, who recomnmeadthat all water
for drinking purposes unless known to he
pre be boled for a hallfhour. He says thi
he believes this coure would have avertebt
the epideemi at Plymouth, Pa.
The flasmeali saem. I. New Ver.
Tih. elbrati, in . New York h.rbor of
'h.. .arriva l of tart hohli'm t atu u of l.ibmrrtv
-a g4r1.and affair. A rlart .,my.: TIhe
- *,-n in tihe. iharbor wa, ,ine of the livmlikat
.mnriiptionll: Inairly .y ry t--."I tavl thie
e.tm-,olrmii tile latmr.. madi lim e.a. Wihets
i*- v\e.elm.1 thallt were ti. emam l t the Frenmcih
mt .mle.r Ire., whim h t'rom,-it int r tlhu
tate to Itmhltmemm i.I1m m rrim il in th*
'ower i..ty time Wlatr w. .m I.aI, titniI with
, r.aft, tad as far ma the eye ov, ui reachi
1Iwree were v.m i.m. w*itthlotlt Inut.h r. E1:ver-y
,mrt of vwt w .I haIImi I~'m 1 lm in.rC'l itlt..l llrie.
.mnllmm voluh tem. of aSimllkm weire .m.M tm1l .1',tlinmg
.otrth from the. fnellllwl of the ie. Iher lmimro
Iwlherl-garall to, revloli..and .ih" was hdllll
iti t mw dinrmtiom if Ithelit.e' ihal.I. Timh
IFrll.mnh mlmi.an-ot-wlar L.m ". F imUah dthemi rin
ma.itm. inm.m Ihe'r g umme'w omletd timll a..
imttm mi hontor lv tirimng twetnt vy-oet' gumts ill
mikty-.oe awr-'t.i. Ilrnlty lhad themm- ntmmke
amnd .rw.lawy from*n hei r Idle.k wle tihelt i'.lt.
hrorl.iite. Tihmn m tihe Ailltm.mmm. tadl tlhe
Fort Wm'lliadlorth thudelll elr'll mll it aHmtleaa
the inavt inall riit iallaneal. muil i mwemlle
.,a alt then pir.entelmti iha rarel y lan wii
emamrmi in the imay. Otm. hunlldrnl trulnlmlrmr
mand yamhtht. with fyinmg ltamwm I tremitermt,.
'rrowdlmml witth iopkl,. tllmowt. the tImre.
Tier i mir of i dloze.n hndillm thatt dov mr timl
water, a Illh. the war.ililmtimIthunderrti ind the
fhlrt t r-e'lri with bItmmning gunsmm. The
iAlett. mn the Alliancer .hloted tiwmelvlr i
Tiw Fn ih olmimff.lerii of the ilmre .tmil on
thie luartmr mdei'k. lmimni g to the. smlulte-a
which they iheard oi every idme. Al tihe
waiy u thei. ihmranr. umidii th ItI tofi the
prIavwaton ihad arrivetl ofi Itealh.a' itlmmml.
the .horl'a f New .lJerwa.iy itlm L, inihtdI
reimtmlellltl witltme'ri hofAlin. It ..ltum
lik. e in ttil alt dm'u. Whenl the anchor of
the imre mwats alt il-gth loweril aind hadil
iiobtainm l t time grip. tihee wma immoret
ilritg if mi nton, llmi Ii. Ii of whinth.m sndlid
;hloutillg of iWeople. itilhw." lnlaldi
was crowdedti with .iwetltmatmta. Men.
hadml elimiei ilu tol tihe tom of the tiarletal
and arittil tihemli lllvmlt min the huge ItomIe.
Tie Alia nce, afmlter a partingll rller tm time
ottimmre ofin tiew iiter, pirmi.elled omn. tih way
tim the ituttery. and thle iarty wellnt ashore.
i)ver twmo hourm s after time revettribermatioms mi
thle lt gumn Ihad tIwen ieard thle aimt Iealr
inll tile Inwtmlerm of the Am.er.imtn commnit
rtee and their guestsmi l the ofllhCer of the
Frencmh navy, landed at the tattery. The
aiyor,. aklermmen. iGen. imaler anli staff,
tihe m ml"ie io tmmi.donerm, and iother civih
dhr gitarie were in wai;tilng, lnmi n Admiral
Lmeomm'lIe "stepi·el on shori. the mItay)or
grnltl ihima warnmly lby tilht hamiml.
enrrible c" n Wlema. of a Temlg lirl.
hicago imwmim iinl: Mary K mlmainm, Am girl in
jail iwrel', wiho hi hiretoforet.i.n.m'rtwi liwrin
mma'neneim f i time iie w it h wihit Mime i-imamhrg
ed, tiltat of adimmitmring ipmisom tothiefam
ily of Mrm. Michael Frermra. her miater, with
whom hsie hs Imtlm ae iher hoi forit aimimrt
time at i.ma.hill. ilmms nomw mcommfm.mml tihat she
is guilty, not only of tihe aittiemplit made ui. ip
onitheir lives, ibum t m-m musingtihediemthit her
mother. hlIther mlil .mttmr iimter iit h IN
butqtue. Ilawi; hertlnmothimrm .im.l mmyofll t yesar,
her siiter Lena in Au.mat. aitll her father
Michael. in March of this yiear. inimiaigne
no momtivmw tmr hertrimmi motheirtlihmll sihe was
iomiwllemi to commmit them, and is evident
The girl, when seen by it rn.-porter. lay in
her cell In a very excitml inid hysteric con
"')Id I kill my father. my mother andi
Leai?" maki she., reitertingtheque.tionera
w: , while lit" eir. wer e t*ed nm tile
S 1mthn1 eame't mep t! Ia -mald't mep
aaon she broke into a plaslion of tears.
"I always loved my mitlher, blut she was
ailng anid kept at iy side andl whislperal
in my ariln 11II iay alld ill the night:
iLe't her sleap in geaiPe. I t her lie in the
icoal earth.' So I nllaght thle laisai n. anti
atae hlr a little at a time till sllr was gone.
I wais very sadil. I loved her, except wiheni
it llane tio nme. Then when lenai m lllle helre
it pointed its finger at her sill the timle. So
I gave her ai little. tu., till it ws all ovIer
when I was taken sick. I dlidnt always re-.
nmembenr, but I hadi a nelalieiie flir any heiad
that brought any salses acilik. lii wheni
sprinigen and I thIoughlt natierwan "t ver
well. I thoughit he 'd like lt.o go lit rest, with
nmotihar. When I came tio ny sister I git
iilnot her Ni all lofpisoun. I put it sln mny fte't.
It atliIal in thle palItry ahill. I aicldi't
htit iiaiutting it i in thle slp. I hoult know
why I idl it. There is ilnothinig Ihere to tell
mi whly I didl it. Sometimlaes thlre is.'
"Wsa it tl ge't the aIllalllay that waould
come at yllar fathier's ildeath?
No. ili: I Ilat~l thllat mllney. I sant it
as fast is I .,lldl. I iannlllllt tell why. Will
they put ai role' lu aimy lnec k aoiw and hang
iae' lieniial foir a priest t hat I liay 'oaiiliess
any inia. I imust havea this loadil .away, andi
doIn't leiave le alone. I allai aflraid to stayl
Then sh llu ng hircelf on thle eot, weatpilng
piteaalty., andi the imatrion stole in theaeriig
i Inaltl.1e tof hllial and ii spoonil. lPr ta tly
i miniiiiter enuie and pliawel intll thie girl's
Late aews nfrm Miels AIlles.
Winnilsuip silw'inl: A lairnsinger hill atr
riavel front Middil'tiuus ahrinugihig ist rn'ti bais
thlat :li.imsi rlunaads of Winitahs.ter landa
nilidlr iamulll itionlh shoulid Ibe sinlt hlIaaeP.
leh" iis ilw with ltrange at llaivetr l iater
Mlssii. ajlllnllt aloe hulre iailes l anorth
west ill helre. Bih ii tri hasI liy striaalslly
lislap lsirel. (ltouti ng lii rties lare hIad.
ing for lhi trial. The I 'tr aps ire having a
hald lime with tie helist laaild ties. Thit.
hli ri lllaewyalns guIll a llof the elaiuntty ti,
tht iiartlh,. whihllh,,awni sllaaoi.na irl Ianila
kegs and lakes. They war.e wilth Bici lt.ir
at thie tlilht with ilin. Strang iland leit himl
two laiys later. Iig lPatier wasn as aik.
lhag f , i r.'n4tlllg tlo lnl.aiiai antia Watier
ilei laiksa., where he tl.ltrlas liti stini the
suuaar huntiiing laill linig. The latter is
lessthla thirty ai.ila aartheinlt of ll on
hake. Thei ldiailas say tleI. lMuikug, wahere
thl geinral tu'iu llal k. wias lpasiabilte, al
thoiugh diftliilt. lig lHear lias l41 war
rims undeilr him. Little Prophea t and his
brother eontinle to pllrltu e tr their pri
Itraits i mal rrrilage ti the .Missi McbLeiin,
sul annuiiun.r lhirl h deterhiinhtin offhre.
ing them to slatniit I. their advaeirr. Big
Brear's a uo ih .arniitoihestairving. lPvid
lag the return uil the sallllts sauslle fatigul
parties of the tratlls were renit itl test the
ILratirilitillty o llgi riuads towatrd the
East. The wal. trees aniaid the palain t'rles
are saki toi be strainedl in their relations,
and the iformer are anxious foir peince.
Ilesrees Ieses of Sesesmeer aiMe.
A report from Stillwater. says: It I.
tly feared by theianailyauadlrindthaat
tutor pliSbie strugglilug with his htall
itleea. Fiar nearly a week thiles iatir tiad
bess laidispeaml, tit eiiotiaauel at hiL ils auly
cares uutil UIn.du.y afternoon, 14th, when
hs yielded and t.sk to his bed. A physi.
lian wan suIImIIIImmnII who. after a rareful
dl ltsiagn, ii, wariri tIw flamily that Mr. Bab.
ul wasn ery dmlntnroui.ely ill, pruinodnwat
Ilr ailinmg ilntflamnti.on if the bowel. AL
the rci u..t of the ftmily., ltwweprles re.
lrainilll from pubilihing the facts until it
lean'ittiw rtiilll that ronlli.llnlit was use
ktes. It was diiuo)veru.l Iut the atteiading
lih.itiinns thIit tw, a..eas.. weer fIrltnini
it ii e right itlde. ldtl thel. they m reliv nun*ml..
the diieas tIltlilit in -a eonmpitint i. which
ireovery i very Illl..rrtain. Iver lr ille lia
ri.tntration the enltlru has Ilnii InlHnn his
Lack in rlnltalllt andl sl*eepleu ~yll
plli". iumbthle to ttake anything hbut ia .tall
anounl ii f litluid noirishnlmcnt, and waated
away Lntiiit Is. wllll a nlere skeltimon. Each
day has fouuml his rumlition still Imore
alrnling, andl the Iphydsiriianse. in rnli.r tui
prlepare l hr for ItIh woret, infortrlliil Mlrs.
tlabin that theyv farl thlat there was littl
or no chabnure for his recovery.
sews I matereIty 3aereases.
).n acuulllt t the sls'ianl Irlrciser in thlt
ilrehrntilni l the twelly-fifth anIniversalry
iof the reutrganiuiatiuln ii the statie univi'r.
sity at low lily il., ne inllstI ally larep null
her lof alumni adl struinglers were in latteld
ane. t(tlalt,,lor ltuIs'n alndresua teithe law
clais wuis oni thie cuhject "TIe. -law . h l.d."
After diwllnningSilt thre lnr Iiunled of the
etudiy ofl law, luamlt": aluue. r in tIl lin of
lire, anI in the u'hol. Ile settrlnt thl gria;t
advantages of tlw hleit ne'thisl, nakiinlg lin
elleutiv l*Pulat fulr thie liiw wuholut. wahlujh
he reiisiic*rell ai in-t itu ltilln ulrulli r Ii *uir
tie ain4 ciiunimtry. llH It.Lpe ull olf th f.e,t
talt sily uliie-hlt ll ilf ii io ell r .llnt. of tMe
white imatle tuilltlatiut tif lth I .ituNl it.Its
are ml'ugeigriadulnlt.. i.t of thii.small , II ,r
tionl ::t el.r lent. t1re. coi.treat n ami ,l .ll:
per cent. nnat rn. Hle inf.rrld thalt ti."
training etf the Iluuw hul -, woul, dou for
lawyrs what the co.lletiLteu , iia tiun dlid
At I o'cIruk in thel after.uiun i',o rd1 t Ih
military exercise iuf Ini university. A lat
talliuo saluteof r'eiete' gluns we.res fir'it tiy
the battery in lhonir of lGoi. tIrutll Iil
lowel hy the review of hili tltattion liv the
governor and Inarld of reg.pitsl. ll tiheeveIu
ing were bhld the anniversiary exercise tof
the literary sicieties.
Ialerestils leem in a Tesnr Ceset.
A Fight eiurirl in the district icourt riulooml
at Fort Woirth, Texas, which tii'ale iiear re
sulting fataluly. Young r tutiteuves was fen
trial for the mturhter of Dr. Wall.ll.e itt
Manfellehl. Henry 'iFurnmall, li*ading rouunsiel
for the idefensee, hcauslme entlhroiuhil iIl a
cointroversy witlh I'unity Attorne-v iowlin.
They finally came to blows. tlhe eiurt
room wasn iquickly emptit ld. Itith muen
were unllluubtly artiut alidil itch one
waiting fr the other tee duraw. hi the
midslet iof this ennfusion .fudlge Icek
mian tla al froimu the lteiieh into the
unrea. Acs tiw did s La.wyier Ware,
whio is eansutwiateul with Itoweuu in
tt lrpruseiutiin, ixcituedly struck the
ilege at very wevere liuhw undet r the e, r.
The comir wtas ulued for fra instant, hilut I.
ing a i powerful nain. instantly rt.iovirri l tis
ilauiln.e, and kktnukl " Wir -in uowni. Turn.
ing his att'lntiion ti thi prinitcipal irliuiuxat
aunts, who yv tlhi timme hail cliii.'ui andil
we-re trwinIg iaeh othliirs ealts al lllhl kbe,
theI judIge ciullialhlu-.l the jullry tuo arie seand
iulltl til rint. At tie suii tille the couirt
wisextl ion. of the conmb l shiit st. andu Itwiijury.
itun another, thu nt'euiaratiing thiem. Fur
Itan unit IItlwlami were. liled V'ieB rash for
untentlpt, afteir which tht cuuirt inlutieli
ately adjoiurned. The court diad no.t Me
Dls..eearai.l Irish Eamlgrwrl..
The larhlin F .remhma irn .11anrn. pnilli.h.r
na ialig interview with liih., ip lii i'aaar ,f
Nviralkal and Wylto inlilg iii whlirhl the pr.
late lr.ll w.ra' ten ra.tanriva l'I.i inraigrat ia',.
The li.sl,1 an. mya:
"For two,-thirt s .,f the pl.aopl. wha, l. ae
IrerlnIar nt i 'lmilgran it at .%ntrivil. till.a 'halntg.
im lnsit' a tlliafollrtll lunll hard-hip .fI ait Ira.t
terrible kind. In.ridl a I ,lIerllat ilnl mral.e
alg ullir t l. In tie grIa.t i.iti. s of .he e.lat
Irist. n'ewIlnear'l wink ll ait n liy n i i Ia.,
o'ul the 4.t1atliln till, p pllllll atiora. , withuIa it
alamaaiev asnll wlithallt friaenda. In tllra 'ln
ftition.rtia' lire ionlllasIla to Ido til h;,ard.
eit anlllldl n, t Inlia l aairi and from thli::
.r..ition tly van ahlat. ri..'. II ol,, , o
w tat theiir l'r.ing.-tm.n it..- .i.,.ar ly .tvly t I t
ta'r. In tli l' went tlit re in. fll olllla s , Ilanal in
aillian anre, tilt this t nni nrll t oIrll Isl.tn'w il r
railltlil. aind thela Irish iililraslmt lhas nl
In irlllnlsll nting on thile IrLpriin.ig sarl tah
tions made in tl.h ianteraii-w. thn .141ralt
eplre.nn thle ihol that the mat alt"l ltr11
mally nsave uIany Iritshenrl Iro mis rlisty .*ilalsd
ruin bey'ondl the Atlanti,'.
Among tIahe apllrlpointment li4". rI. letlly
y thrlI plr.idenlsr t .werel, Willian .. Itayl of
illinoin to ,m araroul ,.l itnl fthl traHva,a..
vitce erris. resignrli h.s rllut., lilull llar.
man (i. 'il. br tor I ltarnurll fi r tlrhe
Morraithern ditrict ro Illinlia. The otherl
iapl.int rnt n il lte we i. Ifi-nrt W.
Iltarka, roll.talr .lC iiaternal r-1,1 1r taaI trhe.
dilatricrat I nir.niippti; a. Thllbri.k IIv l r.d
:1f Marylhan. ariihrlria of ttai. He-lariao urt
W'illillam it. Ft'leaiaai if Kaent klr-. asnarliate
jalntice of t itr lallarma cru.,rrt o'tf ~ ti.' .itr.
t' l rililuin i t i a i r r 11 a.oui.a illr.. I ah...r
servel riveral lterms ia tit l h i tin i'. l iaia
was ani rletor art ti.ar'g. i, th.. hInt llr.nilrln
tii .delr-tioa. Hewni llt 1 atpplircant frr tit
Iia itrl. t rtat i.r lktat arttl t ih i r tllllrt kr
tairki. hilt wan rnlrf.rata-st try .1.1. Wyr-klitfe.
Thrmm hrari rtaarretraa who rtslm-t a
stolreost Iltnak K:.rth, Wki., a few nights
ragl. wa-er traskl ly turadmail aititm.iin to a
Srailroad rat a t rross Plainn an mirl addlni
t" ly pminal rri maon asntra l ordaa-rtd to htal ap
Iteirr lamlond. The rolnblwmr. miey,' prompt-t
i,. hat while they- were Iln-ini disullrmaal t ast
-mlivlal of their hlat', twao of th'ir rInr
paaiama nsat tuddenll atpa reai oil a t ,' Ise- l
11mi4l oQ1itrml rill tli hiuaain iaf tite raptors.
TIe ritianas wernm toa-aa- ta. .rmatplt- with tihe
rde.r, anlmi aftetr aal'ing tritl mt tlia tt.r ex
tent of wlhateverr ar ahhssl ad arma theyt
hadl aroutt their lrtwrnon. andm wemr alltwml
Two mmomntlie asgo . A. liarikrlltr. Jr.. an
allegral mem.an.r of the ia tmard of trade ofa
i.aton. nitrul'k Mtilwaukee milt loult up at
th Plankinton. He wasi a drahiang Itrtllonw.
anmi rranrtlrl m-masklrulrlet attentiton, eaper
isIlly amning thie weaker ame. He loundil ar
:re ta usne oft the brat famities., anll wai
ve.ry attt.mntir to a y.aaua iladly of ascial
iirlmnliinmae. IRerntlyl ie wia arratrdi for
hurglary. He twat mvrral hiotels, andl at
one of them lmrakr olwn. thIe trunks olr other
Ioarders anid stalk monr and clothes.
An e--Egypt in te dlrrn in 'a m"phell eounty,
Va., wan jilted by 1isam Amnnie Haririst just
after tie isave her 81115 and a milk derms.
Imnlinntely he twmeuglht suit in icourt tai
the monary. andl as the girl was about to go
ta jail shie narrirat him.