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THE BOERS BEAT A RETREAT.
Tfcc Force Invading Natal Retire oa
- Imeasane Said to Hare Been
Repulsed at Mafeklag.
London, Oct. 17. Dispatches from
the Cape are very meager, but they in
clude an importantmessaire from Glen
coe camp, dated 3:35 Monday after
noon, announcing that the Boer com
mandos, which invaded Xatal through
Laing's Nek, and after occupying New
castle, advanced to l'annhauser, re
tired on Ingagane Sunday evening,
their transport service being reported
defective. This will delay indefinitely
the anticipated and hoped-for assault
on the strong British positions at Glea-
Another dispatch reports activity on
the part of the Free State commando,
in the neighborhood of Aliwalnortli,
on the southern frontier. The Boers
advance patrol, the dispatch says, go
to the frontier bridge nightly to keep
tvateh, firing shots at intervals as sig
nals. It is believed the enemy intends
shortly to try to rush the railway sta
tion, with the help of artillery posted
an a bridge commanding the town.
There are rumors that the Itoers
have been repulsed at Mafeking, and
re attacking Vryburg.
A Cape Town paper has a dispatch
from the Orange river, stating that the
telegraph wires have been cut between
Vryburg and Kimberley, and it is be
lieved that the Boers are taking ad
vantage of the presence of a large
gathering of disloyal farmers at Vry
burg celebrating Xachtinaal. to attack
the town, hoping that the farmers will
issist them against the British.
The same dispatch says that the
British force at Kimberley is confident
of its ability to hold out, but urges the
mmediate dispatch of a relief force.
This question of a possible rising of
the Butch farmers in the northern
portions of Cape Colony is very im
portant. The Daily Mail's correspond
ent at Colesberg has been inquiring
regarding the matter, and on the
whole, thinks the chances are against
a rising. Be 1 wises his opinion on the
prospect of good crops after four lean
years, which, he believes, will pre
dispose the farmers to peace. Never
theless there is serious disloyalty and
much anti-British agaitation in these
districts, while the Free State Boers
threaten an immediate invasion of
Colesberg, and Aliwalnorth.
The Daily Mail's correspondent as
serts that Sir Alfred Milner is worked
to death, and that Cape Town is surg
ing with bitter resentment at what is
called the Schreiner cabinet's betrayal
of Mafeking. by its constant refusal
lo send a volunteer force to its relief.
Many residents of Cape Town hae
relatives at Vrybnrg and they are furi
ous with Messrs. Merriman and Sauer,
respectively, colonial treasurer an1
commissioner of public works, and the
ministers are mobbed whenever they
Bppear in public. Mr. Hoffmeyer, the
Afrikander leader, has gone to the
rountry, in order to escape the out
bursts of indignation.
On Sunday night the streets were
filled with angry citizens, and it was
feared that rioting would occur. This
rombined with the pressure of the im
perial government. brought the
Schreiner government to a sense if its
peril, as well as of its duty, and moved
it to decide to rail out the volunteers.
The ministerial party also worked its
hardest to prevent the ovation to Con
ngham Greene, on his arrival from
Pretoria, but failed.
The volunteers are 7.000 strong, and
have 11 pieces of artillery.
The Natal invasion was made 5n
Ihree columns at dawn on Oi-tober 12.
through Bothas pass, Laing's Nek and
from Wakkcrstroom. the objective
point of the invaders being Newcastle.
The Boers utilized several thousand na
tives who were tramping from the
Band, to drive their heavy guns up
Precautions are being taken for the
defense of Pietermaritzherg and Dur
ban, in the remote contingency that
the enemy may elude the vigilance of
the British at Ladysmith and (Jelncoe
A dispatch from the latter place says
the partial closing down of the Natal
coal mines will not interrupt the sup
plies for the imierial transports at
Durban, as was imagined by the Boers,
large quantities of coal being already
on the water from India. Regular
fhipments will arrive from India until
the Natal mines open again.
The Queen- Mcae to Parliament.
London, Oct. 17. In the absence of
the ministerial and opposition dinneis
which are usually given on the eve of
the opening of parliamentary sessions,
at which the contents of the queen's
pcech are generally made known, the
speech was privately communicated to
the leaders of the opposition last even
irg. Sir William Vernon Harcourt and
John Morley will undoubtedly make
statements of their views to-day, but
their action will be guiwed largely by
the line which Sir Henry Campbell
Bannerman, leader of the opposition in
the house of commons, takes up.
It is considered improbable that Mr.
Morley will vote for a hostile amend
ment if Sir Henry Campbell-Banner-man
moves what he considers a rea
sonable and appropriate one.
The Irish leaders, however, are cer
tain to move an amendment condemn
ing the government's policy, though
their following in a division and the
lobby is likely to be small.
The advanced radicals will meet to
day to deliberate upon the line they
shall follow, and although it is fairly
certain that any subject, but the
Transvaal will be ruled out of order,
James Galloway Weir, member for
Boss and Cromarty, has deeided to
test the point by giving notice of at
amendment; on the Crofter question.
There is no further news regarding
the present position. .
HORSES IN WINTER.
Taer Shoal Have Cleaa Qaarters,
Sweet Feed aad Snfflelcat
Our horses should be kept so they will
lot or ly be in good flesh but in good
physic il condition so they will be fit
for service in -the spring without, any
special preparation. The history of na
tions has bhown that dry atmosphere
is unfavorable to the spread of con
tagious diseases, whilst the moist or
hot and damp atmosphere is most fa
vorable. The horse has ever produced
his highest type in a dry elevated re
gion, where there was a pure, dry, brac
ing atmosphere. The animals of great
est activity dwell in dry and elevated
regions, while sluggish animals abound
in low, marsh districts. The damp
stable favors the development of fungi.
Decomposition of litter, dung and urine
and waste of feed are all rich in nitrog
enous matter which decays readily and
defiles the atmosphere. The dark,
damp stable favors all fungous growth,
while light and dryness destroy it. The
damp stable is also unfavorable to the
healthy action of the skin and lungs.
Therefore the first requirement is a
good feed barn or stable which should
be located so as to have good drainage.
The stable should be warm and com
fortable, yet should have ventilation.
The foul odors which arise from refuse
matter, where there is poor drainage
and ventilatioi., is one of the main
causes of diseases among horses. Even
if it does not bring on the disease, the
horse will be in a condition to take
any contagious disease which may. be
in the neigh hot hood. In connection
with the subject of ventilation, or keep
ing the atmosphere free from taint, the
stable floors play an important part.
If the farmer wiL arrange his stalls and
windows so that the floor will receive
the sunlight and fresh air while the
horses are out, he will add to the neat
ness of his stable, rid it of foul odors
and prolong the life and usefulness of
his teams. On such floors, where the
betiding and filth ar? removed every day,
redo not find disgusting cases of thrush
and grease. Where the horse runs at
large the sunlight, fresh air, rains and
rolling, disinfect the skin and absorb
and remove the grease of the system.
When confined to the stable and at the
service of man, the horse depends for
these offices on the faithfulness of his
groom. The horse is not properly
groomed when the filh and sweat have
been scraped off so the neighbor or
passer-by cannot see it across the field.
Still it is better for the horse for the
groom to have this incentive than none
at all. Let it be kept in mind that the
skin needs to be regularly cleaned for
health's sake. The share which the
skin ha in throwing off impurities is
generally underestimated. The skin
and lungs throw off impurities in the
relation of 11 to 7. Tha blood cannot
be kept pure unless the lungs, kidneys
and skin are each in condition to re
move the waste of the system. The
farmer who is nervous and excitable
and always in a rush, never has horses
in good condition. The horse needs to
be free from all excitement when eat
ing. It needs to be at rest and content
ed. It does not matter so much what
is fed so it is sweet feed and fed in suf
ficient quantity. The horse should have
sufficient exercise at all times to keep
himina healthy and vigorous condition.
If he does not get exercise any other
way, he should be turned out in a lot
every day. J. M. Stephenson, in Prairie
FOR DRESSING FOWLS
Method That Permit All the Feath
ers Being: Saved Without Any
The tilting table here shown is just
big enough to hold a fowl firmly be
tween the side boards, with its head oi
neck down through the opening, so that
no blood will get upon the table or the
feathers. The hitter can thus be kept
clean and sold. Even at a low price,
the feathers from large flocks make
not a little addition to the profit side
of the account. This method permits
the feathers being saved without any
soiling whatever, consequently the
highest price is obtained. Orange
POULTRY YARD HINTS.
It is not necessary to keep cocks un
less the eggs are wanted for hatching.
A good way of arranging the perches
is to have two sets and change every
week or ten days.
When the hens are molting a few
drops of the tincture of iron may be put
into the water to a good advantage.
Cramp in the limbs is prevalent in
flocks that are confined and fed too
highly on concentrated food. The
fowls walk with difficulty.
It is from well matched parents that
the most vigorous offspring comes.
Select the most vigorous and motherly
hens for next year's breeders.
If the rooster is faulty do not breed
from him even if the pullets are up tc
the standard. Everything in point of
plumage and symmetry depends on the
If filth, dampness and vermin art
avoided there will be little trouble is
keeping fowls healthy, and with good
health assured they can readily be made
It is the mother which influences the
internal qualities. A good layer, if
mated in the right way, will impress
this desirable quality upon her progeny.
St. Louis Republic.
Sick headache. Food doesn't di
gest well, appetite poor, bowels con
stipated, tongue coated. It's your
liver I Ayer's Pills are liver pills,
easy and safe. They cure dyspep
sia, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists.
Want your moustacne or beard a beautiful
brown or rich blank ? Then use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE talkers
Or DavoCHTS, pa W. I MaLLACO. tHt. W. M.
An enterprising western firm is mak
ing arrangements to set up a modern
American sawmill in China, where lum
ber is still sawed by the primitive meth
ods of a century ago.
Last year 1,141 vessels were lost. Of
these 322 were steamers aad 819 sailing
vessels. There are 2S.1S0 steamers and
sailing vessels in the world;
A newspaper printed on the excursion
steamer "Ophir" published one number
in SO degrees 2 minutes north latitude.
It claims to be the paper printed far
thest north of any on record.
The people of Tyre were such experts
in dyeing that Tyrian purple remains
unexcelled to this day. The Egyptians
were also wonderful dyers, and could
produce colors so durable that they may
be called imperishable.
The hydraulic mining pits in Cali
fornia materially changed the land
scape in many places. The pit of a hy
draulic mine in Nevada county, CaL,
which was washed out some 50 years
pgo, is again covered with a growth of
pine and other trees, and patches of
brush again dot the once verdurelcss
Some remarkable records of tumors
are given in the Lancet. The largest
known is a uterine tumor that weighed
133 pounds, described by a doctor of
Bucharest. Hunter removed one weigh
ing 140 pounds from a woman whose
weight without the tumor was 95
pounds. The largest solid tumor of this
lass weighed ICG pounds. The record
for ovarian tumors is hela by a Chinese
patient, who had one weighing 1C9
pounds; without it she weighed 77
pounds. There is a New York one of
149 pounds and a German one of 14G.
For mammary tumors a case is on rec
ord where the growth in one breast
weighed G4 pounds and in the other 40
WHAT THE LAW DECIDES
The unsoundness of mind of one of
the conspirators at the time of the trial
of an action is held, in Tucker vs. Hyatt
(Ind.) 44 L. K. A. 129, to be no defense
to any of the other parties.
Biding on the front platform of an
electric street car is held, in Watson
vs. Portland & Cape Elizabeth Bail
road company (Me.), 44 L. B. A. 157,
not to constitute negligence as matter
Mortgages made by deposit of title
deeds without writing are held, in
Bloomiield state bank vs. Miller (Neb.),
i I I.. 11. A. 3s7, to be contrary to the
policy of the recording acts which are
iit force in this country.
Liability for assault committed in a
joke is involved in state vs. Monroe (N.
C). VJ L. B. A. 8G1, where a druggist
who dropped croton oil on candy for a
customer, to be given to a third per
son, is held liable for the dan ages
New York. Oct. IS.
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Joke on the. Major.
The maior. just returned from Boston.
tells in strict confidence this story:!
1 Asa engaged my bertn, and was stand
ing on the rear platform five minutes be
fore the train nulled ont of the Park
Sana re derjot. when a middle-aeed woman
and a handsome girl, both ladies, passed me
ana eiuerea me car, accompamea oy a
gentlemanly-looking chap who carried their
baggage. A moment later this fellow pushed
np to me and said he was. in a most embar
rassing position, had his sister and mother
aboard, and had lost his mileage book. He
would introduce me to them and give me
any security for $23. I said I needed neither
introduction nor security, but would give
him ten dollars all I had to snare. He in
sisted on giving me his diamond acarfpin,
ana men rusnca into the station to see if
he could get more cash. As the train pulled
out without him, he came running wildly
after it, hut had to give it up.
"Then the porter approached me tenta
tively. 'Was that man annoying yon?' he
said. I told him no. 'He insisted on carrying
the baggage of two ladies inside, sab, an'
an' did he get any money out of you?'
" 'Of course he didn't.' said I: but I took
the first opportunity of examining that pin.
"Son of the Sick Room"
is the apt description of Swanson's "5
Drops." It has saved the public, in less
than five rears, more monev than the na
tional debt of this country, when you meas
ure the value ol health restored, guttering
humanity relieved of its agonies and dis
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been expended in funerals, doctors and
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free, on receipt of 10 cents to pay for mail
ing. Agents wanted. Swanson's Rheu
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Let us then be up and doing.
With a heart for any fate.
Throw away the rag you"re chewing.
Either fish or cut the bait.
State of Ohio, Citt or Toledo, I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
County and tate aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dol
lars for each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D.
18S6. A. W. (iLEASON,
rSeal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directlv on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for testimonials,
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Sold bv druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A Lack of Capacity.
"Isn't it wonderful that one small head
can carrv all he knows;
"No. The wonder is wh'.re he stores all
he thinks he knows." Cleveland Plain
Tt -wnndprfnl resources and suDerior ad
vantages to home-seekers are set forth in
illustrated namnhlet iust is
sued by the Frisco Line Passenger Depart
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"Der Kaiser," said Mr. Dinkclspiel, "may
fe Vilhelm der Grosse, but, by chiminentjy,
am Vilhelm der grocer alretty, Hein?"
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to grandma in the rocker Grain-0 is good for
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Something; for a Golfer to Learn
The Golfer You must acknowledge that
it requires a great deal of skill to drive a
ball 100 vards.
The Farmer Nothing like the skill re
quired to drive a pig 50 feet. Stray
Lane's Fnmlly Medicine.
Moves the bowels each day. In order to
h hoaltliv thia is necessarv. Acts gently on
the liver and kidneys. Cures sick head
ache. Price 25 and 50c.
Longevity and Content.
Lazv neonle are criticised a cood deal, but
they generally lead long and happy lives.
fcomerville (Mass.) Journal.
The Dent Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Gnovt's Tasteless
Cuiio. Tonic. Itis simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless lorm. No cure-no pay. rru-e.ooc.
"Wm thpre no servants in the intelli
gence office?" asked the wife. "It was full
nf 'em." relurnpd the lonelv husband, "b'lt
they had all worked for us before." Phila-
To Care m Cold la Oao Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Alt
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Every man abuses the fool doctrines of
omers, ana is iauaiui to uis unu. nitui
I could not pet along without Piso's Cure
tor consumption, il always cures. .im
E. C. Moulton, Needham, Mass., Oct. 22, '94.
Many a writer has made a goose of him
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