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VOL. XUT CO. 113.
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Cor. Second and Brady.
He 8ucceeds Gladstone as Pre
mier of England.
CSE CHASSIS W THE CABHET.
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"t. tmr IWrif A Rlr Victor.
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Uwnnx, March . -Lord Rosebery to
mvm pn niter In place of Gladstone, whoa
resignation ha bm accepted by Queen
Victoria. Lord Rosebery spent the morn
ing conferring with the cabinet ministers
1 apparently baaed upon thia confer
ence there b Id circulation a report to the
effect that the ItU Hon. John Morley will
retain nta position mm chief secretary for
irriano. The cabinet aitoation b compli
cated by the death of Ilaron Tweedrtlouth,
father of the lit. lion. MaJ-ibanks, the
Liberal whip Who may be made a cabinet
minister. Lie name bring prominently
mentioned In connection with the odlcv of
ecretary of state for India. Thia would
add another peer to the cabinet and Mill
farther enrage the KadicaK who have al
ready declared their Intention to upset the
government ahontd a peer be made pre
mier. One of the aiatera of the new Ilaron
Tweadmooth la theCounteaa of Aberdeen,
wife of the governor general of Canada.
It t aald to be dflnitjttr mmtt lnl thiit ttiM
Earl of Kimbrrlev. arcretarv of ntnte for
India and lord president of the council.
will become secretary of state fur foreign
affair in sucsrsatoo to Ixml llosebery.
The honae of lords met at 1:30 p. in. There
were many ladies preaeut in the galleries.
The royal assent was siren to the local
government bill. The queen's speech was
then read and the house adjourned. The
queen's apeech proroguing parliament is
purely formal, ouly fifteen lines in length.
begins: "l jiou this occasion, when
your labors have been unprecedented in
amount and duration. 1 regret ' that
your release from them will be littlo more
than nominal." The unrrn then thanks
the commons for the supplies uranted and
concludes with the remark that she an
ticipates lasting advantages from the laws
enacted. Mr. Gladstone was busy with
his secretaries all the morning and re
ceived many callers in addition. Among
those who conferred with him were Sir
Henry Innaonhy, the queen's private sec
retary and Justin McCarthy, the leader
of the Irish Nationalist party.
1 nbaoeh.r. sasalatj Behind.
When the sneaker, the Rt. Hon. Arthur
Wellesly INwL and the members of the
bouse of commons were summoned to the
onavla firfler to bear the mteen s
speech, Henry 'Labouchera and a few
UadicaM remaiued hehincL loiter the
qneen'a speech noil also read in the house
of cominona and that btsly adjourued.
Interest now seems to renter in the atti
tude of the Iarnellite pitrty, as the posi
tion of the MrCartbyitos is said to he set
tled, they to rely upon the government to
give proper attention of Irish legislation
In lue course of time.
The followers of Labonchere seem to
have dwindled to a very insiKiiilicant
number; In fact, it is claimed that the dis
tinguished liadical now has only two fol
lowers. The Iferneliiti-s who, it is said.
would act with the Itadicals are mora
nnmberous; but John lfetlmond, their
leader, adroitly refuses to commit himself
in any way, and thus remains master of the
sitnatiwo. The Mct'arthyites, it iscluimed.
la a pusltlou to eulorcc any do
Cisli OlwliMr'i Ketireateat.
LfRClmX, March t The I'ull MallUa-
aette. In an article summing up the serv
ices of Mr. Gladstone, alludes to him as a
political ritnaliJt who clung tenaciously to
waa a pedantic stickler for precedent and
was lamentably deficient in init itive pow
er. Though reganieil as a leader, lir waa
really driven, in succession by Sir Itobrn
rel, John ungnt ami Joiin ilorli-y.
The Ht. James (taiette anys the with
drawal of Mr. Gladstone marks an riNicu
la the Uberal party. It is' no longer
Gladatonion and must be reorganised ami
rech listened- Lord llowlirry is favorably
sitnaleil and very generally tnuted. The
Westminister Gaaette says Lord lUwm
berr'a dominant ideal is colonial rxoan-
sion and imperial unity, coupled with a
sincere belief in democracy.
More Aaorefcists Arrested.
rABU. March 6. Thirteen anarchists
were arrested here. The police nwde a
search of the lodgings occupied by the
iwnwwers and found and aviated a nuantitr
of explosives and a mass of documents of
the usual anarchistic character. Heceut
irefaea made by the police have dis
closed the fact that numbers of well-to-do
persons have given money to anarchists
with view to insure themselves against
outrages. Among those who have thus
paid what la p radically oiacJiniail
TIm Wlleeei Party Massacre.
C.rrrowX, March . A trader named
Dawson, who baa arrived at Balowayo
from the Bbangnnl river, says at the point
where the last stand waa made by the Wil
son party which was annihilated by Mata
faelas he found within a circle of fifteen
yard tbe bones of thirty-three men. Daw
son gatnerea ioe mnuu ognutt and
hurled them In one grave.
lUaeas Lewis Kossuth.
TTBI5, Marh 6. Louis Kossuth, the
dlstingniabed Hungarian patriot, is suf.
frring from weakness arising from old
age. Koaeuth'scondsUao is now admitted
to have assumed a crave aspect, and it u
complkeated by the tact that be persisu ia
rtlusina 11 mesucai smmwict.
Maief OUray eat m Yarsll .
Ntw York, March e.-Cokmel George
& McClellaa. pteewent of toe board nf al
Amrmmm. took charge of the oCBee of mavor
aad wUlaet la that capacity nntth re
turn of Mayor outoy im Ca. tornU,
whither he baa gone on WdaxDleae-
CncisxATL March Theee Is a threat
ened revolt ia the order of the Knights of
Labor caoeed by opposition totbepresi
attitade of Grand Maslir Worsnum 8ov-
MS WILL.- TRY IT AGAIN. ;
'A. tetarer 1 luiaslaod to
npealt at Kaahaooa, t'la.
MrLWAUKEE, March 6. Professor Rims.
the A. P. A. lecturer, will make a third
attempt to apeak at Kankanna about
March 18. Violence to again feared, as
Professor 8tma desires to go there nnpro-
tecieo nmeaa or with the volunteer body
guard of A. P. A. from Milwaukee and
elsewhere. Professor Sims consulted with
the leaders of the A. P. A. movement is
this city at Liberty hslL The-conference
related to Profeasor Sim? proposed visit
The first time that Pi afessor Sims m
to speak at Kankauna he was run out of
town by n mob and narrowly escaped
alive. When returning there for a second
time he was arrested at Appleton aad de
tained long enough to prevent his ltach-
"K muuuim in time ana was then re
leased. His third visit will attract mnch
interest. Mima has made an anneal to
Governor Pe.k for protection and Bishop
Meminer or Ureen Bay, in whose province
Kaukauna is located, has wired the Catho
lics there not to molest him.
THREW HIM OUT BODILY.
Little Affair Hotweea Itraver's Mayor
aasl Mtrect Coaaasl loaer.
Denver, March 6. The city hall was
thrown into great excitement over a raw"
between Mayor Vau Horn and Street
Commissioner Thomas Foulkea, which re
sulted in the mayor bodily throwing the
commissioner out of his ollice and ordaa-
Ing him never to enter it azain until ha
could obey orders.
The trouble was over the disrhanre nf
Street Sprinkler Vaincourt bv Foulkes.
tbe former being a friend of the mayor.
The mayor claims Vaincourt is a compe
tent officer and has been discharged upon
demands from the American Protective
association. Mayor Van Horn was at one
time a member of the association, but was
expeuea because be appointed a Catholic
to the position of iuanector of tiblice. and
this trouble appears to be a continuation
of the affair. The mayor appears to have
tie best of the tight and will undoubtedly
Wanted la Illinois.
Tuscola, His., March a Big Ed Hen-
nessy, the notorious swindler, wKb was
arrested in Denver, and who walked out
of a court room in Chicago about a year
ago while awaiting sentence, will be
brought to Tuscola as one of t hree men
who buncoed Ephram Drsiiaek, a rich
farmer of this county, out of gi.ouo in cash
some two years ago. States Attorney
Chadwick telegraphed the authorities n.
la-'liverto hold Hennesav and Detectir' 1
John T. Norris of Springneld, O., left TCf
cola for the prisoner. Morris has been on
big d a track for over a year for this Job.
The Traable ia West.Vln-lnU.
"March G.Xews TiTTniit, grain, an
reached here that no less than COO armed
men are on the road from Eagle to Fay-ettevillfc-
with the avowed purpose of kill
ing Wyant as he is lieinu taken bv the
sheriff to the jail at Fayetteville. Wyant
has telegraphed to the governor for a mil
itary guard and it has been promised hint?
uovernorataeuorfcle has sent a messenger
on an engine to investigate the threats
made of killing Wyant. The sheriff de
cided that be must take Wyant to Fayetto-
vuie iteiore the preliminary trial. -
Cislwr lasliawaat at Itewphr.
SAX ANTONIO, Tex., March 6. lUclmrd
Croker, the Tammany chieftain, was very
wrathy when a reporter showed him pub
lished dispatches stating that Representa
tive Dunphy, in his letter of resignation to
Tammany, arraigned him as the instiga
tor, promoter, rewardcr and upholder of
fraudulent vote and election crimes in
New York. Croker said: "If Duiinby made
those charges against me I will have him
Be ten Thousand Mlaera Itesame Work.
BaltiM'JCC March 6. A special to The
News from Wheeling, W. Va., says: All
the miners in the Ohio sub-district No. 6,
over T.tlou in number, have agreed to re
turn to work pendiug a settlement of the
wage question by arbitration. Commit
tees of the miners and operators will meet
Wednesday to apioint arbitrators. The
ojierstors are holding out for SO-ccnt
Traxedy la a Mlnaiasppi Towa.
Kosctt'sko, March 6. During a "gun
fight" here between W. P. Hntcliffe, editor
of the Alliance Vindicator, and S. A. Jack
son, a merchant, both being prominent
politicians and memliersof the legislature,
the latter was killed. Two bystanders
were hit Sam Kussell being instantly
killed and Will Sanders shot fatally in
the thigh. The fight was about politics.
Iron 1111 Funds la MassaehasetU.
SPBIXCFIELD, Mass., March 0. Judge
Hammond, of Jhe supreme court, has de
nied a pcUtuwasUng that Keeerfer Knight
be made to turn over the 9K),UM of the
funds of the order now held by him to
James F. Failey, the Indianapolis receiver.
The judge finds that the case is one which
should be heaad before the full bench of
of the supreme court, and so reports.
fmppeeed laeeadiary Flro.
Detroit, March 6. The plate mill of
the Eureka Steel 'and Iron company at
Wyandotte, twelve miles miles south of
Detroit, burned. The mere bout mill was
too partially destroyed. Loss 1J0,0U; in
surance not ascertained. The works have
been Idle for some time and as there waa
no lire or combustible material stored, the
lire is believed to have been incendiary.
Coaffagratloai at Deadwaed.
Dladwood, S. D., March 6. Fire broke
out here In Fashold'a saloon and de
stroyed all that part of the city lying be
tween the center of Main street and China
town. There was no wind blowing at the
time or the whole city would have been
destroyed. As it to the best portion to in
ruins. The Ions at a rough estimate will
reach over UD.UBtt
Basiled the NUUm.
St. Louis, March 4 Judge Caldwell of
the United State -etreuit court banded
down a daciaioa denying the petition of
the United States Trust company for per
mission to sue the St. Louis and San Fran-
Cisco railroad ia atate courts and to nave
tb reappointed receivers distinct from
those of the Santa Fe.
. dames Ogelsbee, IS years old, died at
raepenaeace, la., from the effects of a lull
"vm aymnasiiun traocm Xov. 7. . .
BOCS ISLACP, ILL, &TC3DAT, XXA&C3
AmiXfl OF PEACE.
It Wi38tarl ominon
AXD HAKCHf 3S TO WASH1M3TOX.
A Heather of f. kws at Which fttnn Win
B" Made MvlshHSB Keceived, Pra
vtdedjjtasn J Ve Amy to Reeelre What
CaH 'terowBr- Bterttary, Will Hay
ia a PreclaasaJoa To Meet oa the Cap
itol Steps. V
Massilujx, oj March . Coxey's crn
sade or army offence will start from this
place for Washington March 23 at 12:35 p.
m. Kn ronte meetings of the army will
be held at or near the following places at
least that to Corey's programme now:
Louisville, O.; Alliance, O,; Sulem, O.; Co
lumbiana, OA Est Palestine, O.; New Gal-
Iilee.O.; Beaver Falls, Pa.; Sewickly, Pa.;
Allegheny, Pa.; l'ittsburg, Pa.; Whitehall,
Fa.; .-Fuileyvilla, Pa.; Bently-ille, Pa.;
Brownsville, PaUniontqwn, Pa.; Laurel
umnui, m.; scpoertieM, la; Urantsville,
Md.; FrostburgJ Md.; Cumberland, Md.;
illiamsiort, Md.; Hagers-
lishuTu, Md.; Frederick.
Md.; Damaiwus, Md.;
Md.; Lnytousville, Md.;
Olney, Md.; 1
Inings the march np
to Mav 1, when t
noon it is proposed to
on the i
the CapitoL The at
torney general of Pennsylvania gives it as
his opinion that It be re is nothinc in onr
statutes to preveA the orderly passage of
persons across OUT state," and Coxey is
happy. In a pipclamation that is to be
spread before thp public next week his
secretary, Carl Browne; says:
Klad eV Men Wanted.
"We hope uo ape will join the common-
weal who is in
Ue:iltli, and as much as
who are able to help
want no thieves or au-
atid bankers to join
us. We want
riots, not hummers. Xo
nhood. All who do so
are expected to
ittg their blankets and
be prepared to
inc.' but with
ugh it,' autl no Voueul-
le American wit to erin
and bear it. It
Jll lie no picnic, but a
other coxey has itorne
all the great exi
thus far alone in this
matter, and will In p to the
time the pro-
:!, atid do all
he cm after.
alM-Uxre devotadnnv whole time fir fi
months, for 1 reaarve no Knl.irvfr.im l!ni.
er L-oxey, as nuun snp)ose WTonsf ully, so
the time has utue when others should
give their mite.- U
it every larpier and townsmen alomr
onr line of march, when they come to our
meetingev md with them something
butter, ttacon, haul.
hay for our horses, etc-
topnt into our commissary wagons, and
they will not "regret it. Let all who
choose, write then names on t heir contri
butions, and then will be published on the
Toll of honor to be published hereafter.
Our commissary jwagons will call at the
stores in every town we nnss through:
have your contributions readv for us.
The size of the procession will be meas
ured by our coniAissnry stores, and if this
exierimeut in al failure the failure wUl
rest with the people and not with us.
A fcabllrae Spectacle.
Peeplo living west and elseuhero off
onr liue of march jran send to any railroad
station freight, pVepatrT, near our line of
march, or before we start from Mass.llon,
about everything they choose, addressed
Solon C Thayerf. commissary marshal.
Clothing and bq.te'ill doubtless be useful
also. What a dn&iime iiectacle it will be
of a band of brothers who cannot go send
ing to another band of brot hers who can
go to cuter upon a siege that will -bring
bencut to all.. The season of the rear
chosen fur this; nt. a time when the roads
of the county will make people realize the
necessity of the bdl being passed more
at any other time, und cumrress
should be nood4 with telegrams ami res
olutions from niansmeetings then.
Having faith the rectitude of our in
tentions, and belhiving that we are acting
on inspiration Trom on high, we believe
toe liliertyJoviugj people comprising this
MPMnmmi. .uu juuuiviuaoiu American
union will respqid in such numliere to
this caU of -duy that no Hessian IMuker
ton thugs, muojr less state militia, or
United States troAis, can be hired for gold
to fire upon sucufu myriad of human be
ings unarmed anm defenseless, assembling
under the a-gis d the constiluiiou upon
the steps of the natiou's Capitol to assert
their prerogative, hhielded as thev would
j hmu uu ijusuve, auu guiueu oy
Him iu the interest of good aud higher
Mrs. J. WatHon. 1022 Arizona
street, Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I
think Dr. Bull's Coujrh Syrup is a
splendid remedy, I had to cough
msrht and dar. .and one bottle re.
lieved me wonderfully."
PUREST ATJ BEST.
To Cut Once, and Cut Deep; is 'Better than to
Hack Away Little at a Time, so this '
Blow is to the Bone.
Knee pants, worth 25
Shirt waists, worth 25
Underwear, worth $1, for 50 cents.
Suspenders, worth 50 cents, for 25
cents. See window.
Pants warranted not to rip, worth
$1.25, for 75 cents.
Boys pants, sizes 14 to 18, worth
$4, for $2.
Pants, worth $3.50 to $4, for $2.39.
Overcoats, worth $10, for $5.99.
Woolen sox, worth 25 cents, for 12
Stiff hats, worth
My Country, 'tis of thee.
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing;
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the Pilgrim's pride,
From every mountain side
Let freedom ring.
Castle Head, Mount Desert, Coast of Maine.
The Porcupine Islands, Frenchman's Jay.
View of Mount Desert Islands from Sauls
bury Cove Road.
The Cliffs near "The Ovens," Maine.
The Spouting Horn in a Storm. -
A Genuine Steel Enravpj worth SO cents
and $3, for
about us but our
and Historic Wealth of all this
Continent is Yours.
Illustrations in Part
Fleece lined underwear, worth $1,
for 69 cents.
Child's overcoats, worth $1.50, for
Suits, worth $15 to $18, for $10.
Overcoats, worth $15 to $18, for
worth 50 cents, for 25
Boys' and children's caps, worth 50
cents, for 19 cents.
Heavy leather faced mitts, worth
50 cents, for 25 cents. .
Men's Mackintoshes, worth $9, for
$6. New foods.
My native country, thee.
Land of the noble free,
Thy name I love;
I love thy rocks and rills.
Thy woods and templed hills, : r
My heart with rapture thrills. "
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Eagle Cliff , Somes Sound.
View from Via Mala at "The Ovens."
Mount Ranier, from the Columbia River.
Mount Hood, and Multanomah Falls.
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