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death of Baron Von Haymerle,
the Austrian Foreign
Wide Comment on the Groat
Speeches of Gladstone
Last Week.
Damaging Exposures Touching
tlic Treatment of Troops
lu Tunis.
The Boy Consents to a Partial
Occupation by tho
Ali Bey, After Four Hours’
Fighting, Dislodges a Large
Force of Arabs.
A Plague in a City of India-More
Eiots in Ireland—The Affairs
of Egypt.
4D Kalian Vessel Sunk anil Eight Per
tens Lost by the Explosion
of Petroleum.
Terrible Inundation in Two Communes
of Italy—Pifty-four Houses
Vienna, Oct. lO.—Baron Von llaymerle,
the -Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign
Affairs, tiled suddenly this afternoon of
heart-disease. • .. . ,
The Baron had been complaining since
Mobdny of feeling unwell. In tbo afternoon
Baron Vou Haymerio complnlnedof a severe
headache, lie was subsequently attacked
with a violent pain In tbo heart, mid tiled
shortly afterward.
Dublin, Oct lU.—A serious riot occurred
ot Sallyraggot, County Kilkenny, Sunday.
One man died from bayonet wounds, and
another was fatally wounded.
A collision occurred between the police
and people at tho Village of Athcnry yester
day, In which severe Injuries wore sustained
on both sides. One man lost an eyo through
a bayonet thrust. Five persons were ar
rested and taken to Galway.
Dublin, Oct 10.— Archbishop Croke, of
Cashel, In his reply to tho address from a
branch of tho Lund League, after acknowl
edging the good points of the Land act, said
Its real value must bo estimated by a reduc
tion of rent tho Commissioners were pre
pared to make. They now make tho tillers
of the soil, In some respects, Inferior to the
savage. A fair settlement of tho laud ques
tion would bo to give the landlords whatever
remained after Uie laborers and fanners
were decently clad, fed, and housed, and
their families provided for.
resents being cited os approving the Land
Dill. Qc will answer Gladstone.
■was today presented with nn address In tho
market-place. In Wexford. The Town-hall
was not large enough to contain the enthusi
astic crowds.
reversed tho sentence against Father Con
way, condemned to two months’ Imprison
ment at hard labor for assaulting a bailiff.
London, Oct. 10.—A Dublin correapondei
says Gladstone’s speech has brought light
and hope to tho loyal people, who felt that
the Government hud abandoned them. Tho
midland counties are still very lawless. Boy
cotting Is proceeding with unrelenting vigor,
and incendiarism is frequent.
Parnell concluded his speech at Wexford
on Saturday thijs: “ I trust tbo resultof tho
League movement will be that just as Glad*
stone by his acts In 1881 has eaten all his old
words and departed from all his former de
dared principles, so wo shall see that these
bravo words of his shall be scattered ns chntt
x before the united and advancing determina
tion of Irishmen to regain their lost legisla
tive Independence.”
is moving to havo speculation in the future
absolutely prohibited, and the brokers who
held aloof fromtho September syndicate have
expressed to tho Spinners* Association a
strong desire that a rule bo established which
will prevent gambling. ' The Secretory of tho
Oldham Cotton-Spinners’ Association has
written the United States Consul at Man
chester, declaring that thousands of tons of
sand are paid for ns cotton m consequence of
fraudulent packing. Tho letter suggests that
the names of the planter and packer bo placed
Inside each each bale of cotton.
It is* understood the open market today
cleared its gold supplies for shipment to
£140,000 IK HOLD,
principally from Franco, wore purchased
yesterday In opou market for shipment to
the United States.
have beeli scratched for the Champion
Stakes at Newmarket, and his Seneca
scratched for the Newmarket Derby, net
ting on the Ccsnruwltch la 5 to 1 against Fox
in Its review of the British grain trade of the
past week, says: A very small portion ot the
Scotch crops Is still ungulhorcd. The yield
in Scotland Is reported unsatisfactory, and
the quality varied. The harvest has now
ceased to Influence trade. Thu supply In
London la liberal, and the olferlngs Increase.
The firmness of flue samples is duo to n
pressing demand for seed wheat. Millers
absolutely reject Inferior. Thoforelgu trade
Is weaker, lied wheats declined a shilling
at the close. Thu spot simply, about half of
which'ls American, was eqhttl to tho demand,
which was healthy, although Inactive, buy
ers waiting for a decline. Tho high rales hi
New York alfcCt but little Uie Loudon
or Liverpool trade, buyers’ attention being
now attracted to Southern Uusslo. Flour Is
hi fair supply, and In healthy demand
throughout tho country. Tho bcstjnakcs
thereof nro also llrmly held. Most of Uie
salable brands of American nro practically
out of Uio market. Hurley, matting, U In
good demand and linn. Grinding Is con
itaiitiy in buyers' favor. The great bulk ot
the BrilUti crop Is only flt for grinding. For
ffbud foreign there was a full inquiry at full
value. Maize is in mnderatu supply. Mixed
American Is scarce} values are throe pence
easier than Friday. The largo quantity of
winding barley In Great Britain tends to
lower maize values. Outs are unchanged.
. Sample* are so bad ,that values
elm scarcely be tested. Foreign sells slowly.
■Wednesday's gala of three pehco wos barely
ptahitalned Friday. The oil coast supply U
wstrlcWd. Of seven arrivals, live.of which
were American, four sold. No. a Milwaukee
declined sixpence Friday. Tho Hooting bulk
Increased iM.ooo quarters on the week. Tho
ward market Is dull and weak,
English wheal during tho week were tW.WJI
quartern at 4ds. Ud. per quarter, against w>,HO
quarters at 4 Is. pur quarter Uto correspond
ing week of last year.
Mil. Gladstone's speech.
London, Oct. 8. “ Words I Words 1
Words I” Is a Conservative criticism of Mr.
(lladstonu’s two speeches at Leeds on Fri
day, They occupied eight columns of the
Time*. Tim Frontier carefully avoided
touching upon foreign affairs, either In re
card to tho Boer, the Egyptian, nr tho Tunis
ian questions, devoting nearly all Ills speech
es to an attack on “fairtrade” ami on Mr.
Fnrnell. The point of Friday’s oratory lies
In this slmiltlcant threat aimed at Mr. Far
hell ami the League: “The resources of civ
ilization m« not yet exhausted,” which, be
lug inundated,'menus that If they—Fnrnell
ami the League—persist longer In creating a
relmtot terror In Ireland Urn coercive policy
of the Government will be Intcnsllied ami
that tho League will be put down by force.
The Premier used unusually strong language
ngnlnst Mr. Fnrnell. After praising the
method of agitation used by O'Connell ami
comparing It with tho present system of
Mr. Fnrnell, ho expressed bis appre
ciation of the conduct nt Mr. Dillon,
who, although condemning tho Land
bill, refused the responsibility of leading
Ireland toward chaos. He characterized Mr,
Parnell's preaching In Ireland us an enlarged
gospel of public plunder, ns advocating law
lesness amt crime, ns condoning Irlsb-Amer-
Ican nssnslnutton literature, amt as nn effort
“to stand as Moses stood between tho living
and tho dead, not ns Moses stood to arrest
but to spread tho plague.” “Air. Parnell
has long been tacitly recognized as the Irish
leader,” says the conservative St. .lames’ (bi
zctlc, “hut Mr. (Ihulslono llrst gave public
ami olllolal acknowledgment of the fact. Ho
has, In fact, formally elevated him l« the po
sition of u rival potentate, challenging l ie
intention of tho world to the fuel that tho
struggle between law amlannrchy In Ireland
has ‘become a duel between himself and
Fnrnell." Tho Irish papers ci-Ulelso the
speech shandy. Tho Freeman'* Journal
says: “English statesmen await tho death
of patriots before seeing any virtue In them.”
ami asks pertinently why tho Premier keeps
tho very men Imprisoned who compelled him
to give Ireland tho Land net. Mr. Parnell
will answer the Premier's charges at Wex
ford on Sunday.”
London. Oct. 8,-Slnco hl» vetobra led Mid
lothian campaign, no speeches or Mr. Glad
stone have created so much Interest as those
nt Leeds. lie has dealt with several sub
jects, but his remarks on Ireland are the
most Important, being a bombshell In the
camp of the J.eaK«e. In Ills magnificent de
nunciation of tho Parnollltes, Mr. Gladstone
has evidently distinguished between the ex
treme men and those they profess to lead—
the former being that small group who, for
the first time In the history ot Christendom
are not ashamed to preach the doctrine of
“public plunder.” This, ho said, has be
come tho new doctrine of patriotism us ex
pounded by Parnell. Ile said that tho nation
was coming to a slate of things when It
would be a question of law on tho one hand,
and of lawlcsness on the other. After
this scathing exposure, of the sum I
group of Irlshmembers led by Mr. Parnell,
Mr. Gladstone fully admitted that the passing
of tho Land act Imposes on tho Government
new special obligations In reference to the
enforcement of tho law and the public
peace. Ills chief point was a declara
tion that If the law, “purged from de
fect and tho stain of Injustice. I* still
refused, and tho first condition ol political
society Is unfullllled, then I say, gentlemen,
llie resources of civilization are not ex
hausted.” This threat has driven tho Irish
papers Into fury. Tho Dublin i-Vccman de
nounces Mr. Gladstone's rccklesncss and his
desperate attempt to break up tho National
party. It asks; “ Does Gladstone wish to
drive tho people Into tho Land Court. Ills
denunciations, It says, render thorn doubly
suspicious ot tho act. and It oven twits
Mr. Gladstone with not understanding
tho real position of tho Irish question. It tolls
him, also, that ho Is aclf-condcmned when
ho acknowledges that tho government has
no real support In Ireland. Tho Irish lluica
blames him for speaking of the sluggishness
of tho wealthier classes who, after ail, had
been deserted in tho crisis by tho govern
ment Had tho government. It says, shown
months ngo a stronger purpose to do what
was right a powerful moral forco would have,
been generated In Its behalf.
The English Tory press blamo Mr. Glad
stone for Ida Impassioned language, while
tUo very men Ids ho eloquently condemns re*
main at largo. Tito trim moral ot the speech
Is, they claim: Arrest i’amull; shut up the
League.” The SUimUird exhibits romarka
bio tergiversation In comments on Mr. Glad
stone’s denunciation o£ Parnell. It trusts
that his language means the use of force, but
It declares^ho Land apt an titter failure,
though another fortnight will olapso before
the Laud Court opens.
Tlioro Is remarkable unanimity of opinion
iti favor of resisting tlio liners’ demands.
Thcii)rtll|/-tfc«'». which Is tlio single except
tlon, advocates concession. Its views ore not
shared by the Liberal political clubs. Iho
Sncchitor Is absolutely bellicose. Iho only
point on which the Liberals favor a revision
of the convention relates to the debt. Iho
other demands are too near Independence to
permit of any concession, 'iho Cabinet
meet* on Wednesday to discuss this and tho
Egyptian Question.
Tho sending of tho Turkish Commissioners
to Cairo has given a now turn to Egyptian
affairs. Though tho exact object jh not
known, tho mission Is obviously Intended
to strengthen tho suzern nty of thei Sultan.
This attempt of tho Sultan to reestablish
his ascendency draws England and trance
more closely together. More Is now heard |
of united actlonttmn of any separate attempt
cm tho part of England to secure predom
inance. Tho breathing time which Mr. Col
vin’s good management of Egypt has given
tho Cabinet, affords an opportunity to de
velop Utopians which have been negotiated
In Purls during tho past few days. It must
not bo understood that there Is any diminu
tion In the strength of tho party who dcslro
to lay hands on Egypt-a party headed by
lending Itadlcals, somo of whom nro in tho
Tho comments Imro on tlio Now York 11c
pnUllciin Convention show satisfaction that
tlio majority uphold (.iaillold’s Ideas. 'llia
Into I’rosldoht's illness olid death have B von
n Btlmnlus to the publlo Interest In American
onostluns, widen shows Itsolt strontror than
over In favor of I’rosldoot f.arllohl’s plat
form, cspoolally as reirsnls olvlt-sorvlco ro
For days pint Uio Stock Exchange has
boon In u neatly disturbed condition. Gold
la Unwind rapidly to America and Franco,
bonce the rise In the bank rate to 5 per cent.
This mis not oiiockod the trouble. Every
thing polnta to a higher rote for money am
to further Unnitchtl, disturbance. Flnancla
circles nltrlbutc the crisis to Inllntlou In
America and nmd speculation In I’arls.
lasb-wsauub stnirn.
In consequence of the action of the local
Laud League, Cnpt. llarfopn, master of the
Kilkenny Winds, has d scharpd his serv
ants and como to knglulid. - A JL l r LwiHSn*/ 1 lb i IS
..mulls a loss to Uie town of £600,000, Lout
Waterford, who has been prevented also
from hunting. Intends to close np his estate
Lord Itosao has on ids hands were burned
LoNiiuKi Oct. 8,-Wmto tho tnlr-lrrolo
inoVonleht has not In any way lost Us hold
upon the masses, the land-reform question Is
rauldly coming to the front both In England
and Bcutland. The farmers 'who have
thrashed their wheat find that Uio yield Is
even stnaller than Uiey anticipated. and the
gloom in the agricultural districts is almost
uhparidteled. io moke
Aitsrssa isii
mutton from the antipodes and hunt them in
S. t»i.rinarkeis, ° t V,4
u( Inrito voasula ore now bo « tb“ “f
Uw tctllkcrator clan specially fur till, traao.
Tl“e fuTmor tlmiiKbt tblugs baa surely
rcaulicil their worst when Uio tbi teil btnlcs
ami Canada begun to pour their suiplus
wheat andcattle Into Liverpool and London,
but now that Australia, the continent pai’ ex
cellence of bullock pastures and sheep
walks, lias taken uu Uio business, becanfico
nothing between him and ruin except a rad
ical measure of laud reform. The Abet-
the Chicago tribune-. Tuesday, October ii. issi-twelve pages.
dcenshlro farmers estimate that the fa I In
the price of beef represents a loss to them
o(£lH0,000 a year. Hundreds of fanners have
already milled up slakes and Hooked into
the mitnufaetmlm; eeulres only to Inerease
tlio depression then*. '1 hose who a ,, 'V ,t ‘)d
struggling on their farms agree that the
Government must step in atoncoimd deal
with the question once for nil; and Ills well
known Unit Mr. Gladstone Is ambitious to
crown his life’s work with a Land Itcform bill
of stupendous proportions. As I nave til
ready odd you In the letters, the Itodlcals
have done their best to encourage thude
ninnd for n Land bill, and of bile Ministerial
nrcutis like the London DtiHu Actus have
been prhdlmr tetters from special corre
spondents sent Into the provinces to make
the most of the farmers’ able of llio case.
Everything betokens an early altemol mi
the part of the Ministry to grapple with the
question, and unless a meat leader snrlnits
nn In Urn fair-trade ranks, land reform will
prolmbiv overshadow that Tory movement.
Protection to home Industry Is after alt on y
uhlUolhsuo compared with u revolution In
tho ownership of land and tho destruction of
the House of Lords and tho Churcli oslali
llsluuenl. which wuitld Inevitably follow tho
downfall of landlordism.
Sales of
Tho various organizations representing the
KimllHh mul Scotch farmers have prepared
drafts of land bills which nirniii noon the
following " planks ”: The abolition of entail
mid primogeniture; cheap transfer mul reg
istration: freedom of sale of tho tenant
right min good-will of the holding; the uholl
lion of restrictions in thu leases by which Urn
owner of thu soil regulates the cropping;
compensation for unexhausted Improve*
immtsuml the reelmnmlon of wastes; tola!
abolition of tho mime laws and of bypolhee
and distraint; fair rents to hu fixed by tho
County Courts, These aro ttio demands of
the farmers’ clubs ami alliances, and von
will see that they are substantially tho lead
line features of tho Irish Land ael. mul that,
having grunted them to thu Irish tenant, Mr.
Cladslone cannot very well rernse thoin to
thu farmers of (treat IMlnln. lint tho Had-
Icals contend that Hi order to cllecl a lasting
fieltlcmentof tho micstlon tho I’rendurshoutn
no further than tills mul secure peasant pro
prietorship. England, they hold, was never
happier than when she had n largo class of
yeomen farmers. Tho yeoman or small
proprietor Is now as extinct as tho bowmen
nfOrecy; the last of tho slock died out with
tho Cumhorlmid statesmen, whose sturdy
worth mid Indcpondeneo made that shire
famous In our political initials. Manufact
ures have killed tho yeoman. The cotton
lord being anxious, like other men. to found
a lamlly dynasty, Invested Ids thousands In
an estate which Is formed by tho consolida
tion of small farms. This process has been
going on for a century mid a half, tint I'm.''!
less than a thousand persons own 10,000,000
acres, or morn than a fourth part of England
and Wales, while twelve men ownatourth
ot Scotland. In Franco there aro overlive
million proprietors of the soil. Iho Itadlcals
amt the farmers and agricultural laborers,
too. maintain that this laud monopoly should
be broken up by the State, and Mr. (iladsloiiu
Is not the man to hesitate at conllscaticm In
order to appease tho masses, lie has stripped
the Irish landlord naked, mid there Is no rea
son to suppose that he will spare the English
smilre. When the policy of staloacmicstratlon
will stop nobody seems to know. U the land
“monopoly ” Is destroyed, other ‘•monopo
lies " must also perish. Consols mo licit by
lii'j.OOO persons, while ill I ranee 4,000.000
people hold the public funds. Why, accord
ing to the Kadlcal view, should these —i.OOO
peoiilo monopolize State Investments, while
kw.ooo paupers have to he fed by the parish .
The forces at work In this country Just now
ireonltoas Communistic as tho agrarian
Movement headed by Wat .Tyler or the .lac
inerio In France, and Inllnltly more power-
The political headquarters of Uie fair-trade
movement arc at. the DcaennslluU Club, rail
Mall, a thoroughly .lingo Institution, l.rnther
think that the lleaconsllehl docs more harm
than good to tho cause Ills trying to advance,
its chief missionary among tho workmen Is
Cant. Ledford ITm, a retired naval olllccr,
and minor prophets ofthu same stamp arc
employed, while of tho Parliamentary lead
ers tho most prominent spokesmen are Lord
liandolph Churchill and Mr. Ashmciul Bart
lett Neither tho artisan nor the farmer Is
likely to put much conlldenco (n leaders ot
this class, ami the success that has attended
the movement so tar Is certainly not duo to
the weight or Inllncnce of Its apostles. .The
itadleals arc not slow to point out that tho
chief fair-traders are either landlords, ortho
agents of landlords, and unless a great lead
er springs from tho popular ranks the ag lo
tionwmsuirer. Sir Stafford Northcote has
not yet wholly accepted tho fair-trade doc
trine, and there Is no man In the party who
cun handle tho subject effectively. Nino per
cent of England’s imports consist of manu
factured goods and 01 of raw material, In
cluding breadstuff*, and now to levy duties
so ns to protect the homo manufacturer and
fanner without Increasing the cost of British
goods is a problem for tho solution of which
a statesman of heavier calibre than Lon
liandolph must bo found. Mr. Gladstone In
his speeches at Leeds on 1? rlday upset many
of the statlstlcsol the fair-traders, and proved
theoretically at least free-trade Is Hound; but
his treatment of tho causes of Uio present de
pression was not very luminous.
Mr. Gladstone's heeds speeches have not,
so far ns cad bo Judged, revived tho droop
ing fortunes of the Government. It la clear
enough to everybody that Ireland Is. It possi
ble, in a worse state today than before a
whole session had been sacrificed over the
Land act. Mr. Gladstone, however, has
Utlo consolation to olTerthe public on this
lead. Ills onslaught on Mr. Parnell doubt
uss pleased tho Leeds audience, but It will
only make Mr. Parnell more popular than
over with his followers In Ireland and those
admirers In tho United States who keen the
League pot boiling. Tho Premier's speeches
furmsh no answer to tho oueMon asked on
every hand. How Is Ireland to ho governed ?
At ifrcseut It Is undoubtcdlv governed by the
Laud League, and Mr. Gladstone merely
promises vaguely that If tho League main
tains Us organization and keeps up
the anarchy In tho coniliry the
“resources of civilization shall bo called
Into exorcise. 1 * What .ho means nobody
professes to khow. ilo solemnly pledged
himself at tho beginning of last session that
If tho House would pass tho Coercion act tho
League should bu nut down. *1 hen ho do
ctored In Introducing the Land bill Hurt If
Parliament would pass it tho Irish people
would accept it os a message of pence and
abandon Mr. Parnell and all Ills wbrks. Tho
English people were entirely led by him and
willingly consented lo forego Important
measures of domestic reform In order to
leave him freo lo perfect his panacea for
Irish woes and Irish grievances. Now, how
ever. they And that mo far from becoming
trammll, Ireland Ih still tho scene of disorder
and outrage, and that tho ery of “ I reland for
tho Irish” Is still tho watchword in at. least
three provinces out of tho four. When
asked why this Is so. Mr. Gladstone answers
by denouncing Sir. Parnell as a coward nlu
hinting at some navel sort of coercion based
on the “resources ot civilization.” Ihls
has created surprise and disappoint
ment. but It Is clear that In Mr.
Gladstone's hands coercion .and concession
have alike broken down. Tho position of
tho Government, although overwhelmingly
strong In tho number of’ Us supporters, has
been greatly weakened In public estimation
by the failure of Us Irish policy, and once u
Liberal Administration loses Us grip on
popular support It soon totters and tails.
Mr. Gladstone's explanation of the foreign
pulley of tho Government, particularly In
Egypt, was also unsatisfactory. If the Doers
persist in tbolr demands tho Premier cannot
repeat his Quaker iucUcsaiid yield, and if
war is necessary It will he us disastrous lo
| the Government as to the Dutchmen.
If the Liberals are ousted their defeat will
be due to Mr. Gladstone and not to their op
ponents. The conservatives hioke a sorry
appearance in the held. Nothing ccuihl bo
weaker than the matter provided for his au
diences by Sir Station! Norlhcote. A great
parly cannot he nourished on his thin dilu
tions. Sir Stafford’s recent speeches have
been the subject of ridicule on all
sides, and of ids lieutenants In the Com
mons there is hardly one with mediocre
ability. Lord Uamlolph Churchill preaches
In a feeble way a return to the fossil
ized Toryism that existed before the ilefonu
aot of load, and does irreparable harm to the
Opposition cause by attaching those modern
farces which have grown out of the enfran
chisement of the people. The Marquis of
Salisbury la to speak .next week, and may
■ throw a little mure spirit into thu discussion
of affairs. HU old fault was nut dullness,
but the weight of responsibility seems to be
alluding him. and ho Is no longer the cynical
and slashing Lord Uobert Cecil wo used to*
Kiidwlh the magazines and on the floor of
Uio House of Commons fourteen years ago.
The time Is close at hand when a new di
vision will bo made In English parties, the
Whigs going over to the Tories, and the
combination making a stand against Uio
powers ot Uadicallsin. 1 should not be sur
prised If tin* change look place next season.
The Irish Land act drove Uie Bukoof Argyll
out of the Ministry, and a similar measure
doftlimr with tho land laws of Knglnnd and
ScJtlaml will probably lew! to tho desertion
of tho lost of tho Whiff roti-ilo, w'hh’h Is
powerless against tho pressure of tho Uud
luitl wimror tho party.
Mill'll uneasiness is created hen; by Ibe In-
Hciucllv of gold., h.xpcileiiced
authorities in the city believe Uni llw United
Slides will emitlnuu to withdraw from hu
rope increasing i|uantltle«, and that the
amount which may ho “ewwary to uiiablo
you to carry on your trndo cannot yet be esti
mated. Those with whom I have'conversed
on tiie subject are of opinion that the absoro
ti.m iniist he iiiucii greater than even the
"c Ilk- 111 the Uiill.Ml .Slides seem
uMhliik. You .lem-ii.lwl , v, nii.i.y soars
on a natter currency tlmt It lias silll tit Im us
ceilatned how Hindi wild >" ' «•««! .W' 1 !!', 1 -
IIC-S. It Is IhcrofntO hclliivial that Ilia
lirtTioils metal will become scarcer limn ever
Im litis side id the water and Unit the hank
talc will no up to » heforu lone. ’I hose arc
loohahllliles Worth Uni intention of ihinnclcrs
and others who ore plnnhinix their winters
cnmnalßii. It Is know'll that the slock of
nold In the Hank of I'rntim Is now small.
Hermans has not emunnh for her own use,
mid the rule of discount them has heen
raised In Muir cent. Where Uni Bold Is to
come from iirmillcal menme iinahlc to lore
see. 1 Uiißland may be obllned to remonellre
silver to supnlcincnt tbo growing scarclly of
Some curious statements are iiniiearlmt in
reference to n “wurlllu«"
preceded lira death of Dord AIrJIu out West,
lu Uni Airlto ruiully Ihe 1 cut h-toketi Is the
lieallucof it cEriitu. mill this elaiml hits fre
ouiiiilly boon liuuril by reputable witnesses.
Thu Into Dr. .\ommil .Maeleod, the famous
oilltur of Oooil ll'onls. lout Hip welirht of Ills
testimony to siimn extent to It. Olliers de-
I'luro tliitt lust botoru the ileutli of I.onl Air
lie's father in ItHU limy werestay im ut Air lo
Cuslle. In Forfarshire, mill liennl luo myale
rlous iimsle liuik beturo they wore iiwuro that
ho wus Ilyluir 111 Lomloii. It Is also reported
that the ithoslly drummer-boy was iiealii
heard Just before the death of the lute Duel
-11l Colorado. One of the servants heart It
Ural lu tho corridor, mid It Is said that the
sounds also reached tho room id l.mlyAlrlle.
whose (treat prostration was Manly caused
by this dreaded visitor. '1 ho allalr has plyen
rise lo considerable correspondence on tho
subject of (thesis, wraiths, mid secoud-slitht.
A somewhat serious libel suit has been
brought against IVnltj/ FoJr. tor some
time past the Karl of Desar , the editor ot tbu
paper, has been attacking Uiclmrd Je t. the
sculptor, as an Impostor, declaring that none
ortho statues or busts bearing his name are
really bis work, but that they were done by
obscure ami poorly-paid artists. One or two
of the artists thus employed have come tor
ward to sustain tbo charge, wideh Is again
pressed homo In today’s Kfinlfp. Theedltor
lulls Mr. licit that holms pretended to be 111,
but that lie ought to ho well enough to de
fend Ids honor. I understand that Udsmorn
linr Mr. Uelt gave tbo necessary distractions
to Ids lawyers to proceed against Messrs.
Jlowles & Dawes, the .publishers and pro
prietors ol the paper. Thu result of the suit
will be awaited with great curiosity by art
ists mid the artistic public. D. J. d.
Eoxnox, Oct. 8.— Judging from tile lono
of tliu Time* nml Sliimlnnl on, Itiurmluy
illumine renewal hostilities w ill the liners
seem prohnble, Tim Time* had u very
blustering eilllorlnl, snyhig Unit If Urn con
vention were not rulllleil by Nov. 8 the
(Jueen’s sovereignty would revive, mill Unit
Mr Evelyn Wooil had 11,000 men In reinlhmss
to nssert England's authority again. The
.liners telegraphed directly to .Mr. tllmlstone.
They comoliiln Hint they Imve been trained
by England ns nn unelvHlr.eil nation, mid nb
ject to thn debt created by England sluee the
annexation by Sir TTmoplilliis Slienstone be
ing Imposed noon Uiom. llm ITeiucnniriu
bnrg correspondent of the IMUiI Aries
believes Hint If concessions urn nindn
In the direction of trusting Hie liners
with respect to their treatment of tho
natives, this would Imve n better
effect than ninny victories, nml would re
move long misunderstandings. The Poll
Mall Gazelle nhme of tho lutlncntliil I.on
dun pupers pleuds for generous treatment of
tho Hours, who won their liberties InliTy unit
squarely nt Mujnbil 11111. Miss Culcnsu also
thinks that the English debt should not be
Imposed upon the Hours. The reports iin
uunnclug the rising among tho /ulus will
probably receive some explanation _ from a
letter of the lllshop of Natal, dated Sent,
concerning tho recent events In y.nlnhuid.
flu says: “1 have heard hum good author
ity Hint between :wu nml -mo Zulu men, to say
nothing of women and children, were killed
by John Dunn’s force. ‘When we opened
tiro upon Hiem,’ unlil a white man who was
present, 'they run nwny.’ This does not
look ns If John Dunn had only four guns of
his own and four captured under Mllmuln.”
Ox ’tUIANOK. ...
“ Storm signals nro being hoisted in tho
city," says Uio Succhilor this morning.
•• With respect to America tho New lurk
Exchange still makes remittance pnifltablc,
and the Bank of France, loaded with silver
which It ennuotseil, Is unwilling to part with
gold to anybody. The demand from America,
tho demniul from France, and llm demand
from anxious bunkers, therefore, foil upon
the Hnnk of England nil together. The rate
of discount has been put up to Suer cent.
All slock exchange values nro tailing, mid
It anything gives way, nr It tho mad specula
tion In I’nrls Is checked, there may ho a bad
quarter of nn hour In the city. Money may
ho 8 pet cent before tho end of the fortnight.
Trade Is good and Urn, revenue[ls flourishing,
but every good stock hi London tins been
forced up to the extreme point at which In
vestors will buy with money cheap, while In
rails people are buying shares, especially
bank shares, at prices ns ridiculous as those
of tho Mississippi stock.. That cannot lust,
especially with u panic about Kgynt hanging
over the markets and the French Ciovern
menfc moving 60,000 men In a serious cam
paign. Wo profess to know .no secrets, but
the signs of trouble Increase.”
Next week’s racing will see America repro
sollloil In tlio principal event*, tor the
Cesiirewlloh Fuxlmll, who was tlio fnvorlt a
few days ago, now slimes that nosltloii with
Mistake, \vJiose trials Rive promise of Ills
winning. Mistake will be r ililen by I*
inalrP, Lord Uoachery’a fnvnm Jockey. Mc-
Donald rides Foxhall. Tlio Bird o' Freedom,
a companion paper to the S/iorllnu Times.
announces that next Wednesday t will print
on it* trout page a portrait of Mistake, thus
showing Its eolllldeneo as to the result. The
American horses are closely pressed by lie
treat and Fiddler, but tlio.money Is going pit
Mistake. For the Middle I’ark I’lalo on
Wednesday Gerald will strip u dllTeraiitcon
dition to that of last week, lie will take a
good part In the race, but It Is hardly ex
pected that he can beat Korinosse and Mars
den. Foxlmll Is engaged In thoSoleotblakcs
on Wednesday, but will .probably deollnn to
pat In an appearance. Thursday will draw
enormous crowds to see Uni racei between
Itoomils and Bend Or tor tlio Champion
Slakes. This will bo one of Uie greatest
races of Uie year, only collided bythsom,
where Bond Or defeated Robert the Devil.
In addition to the. two cracks prob
ably Scuboll, Muriel. Hal Gal, Fiddler,
lloveler, and Ishmaei will run. lint the
result will lie between the two Derby win
ners. On the following day Iroquois has an
easy task In the Newmarket Derby. Wil e
running tortile cnmbtldgeshlroTrlal.Handi
cap ntKeinpton Darken Friday Mr. Keene's
Seminole, ridden by Weston, had a good
tluui all to himself. After holding a good
position until a duarter of a mile from homo
he bolted, overpowering Ills Jockey, ami
jumped liver the rails, throwing the Jockey
full oh Ida head, lie lolled over and Jumped
nil uninjured. Not so poor Weston, who
had only just recovered from a similar acci
dent a abort lime ago, ho having been severe
ly shaken, besides being bruised all over Uie.
body. The nows of the death nt the ulinni
ploii Clydesdale stallion Druid, bought by
Col. Holloway, of Illinois, was received by
draught-horse breeders In Scotland with re
gret. He was Considered Uie Handsomest
type of a draught horse ever Imported, and
liu.l won all the honors he could earn at a
Utlllsh show-yard. Owing to heavy ship
ments or Clydesdales to America, horses to
me value of over ew.ooo having been ox
ported Within the past two years, superior
animals are very scarce In breeding ijiinrturs,
and some of Uie leading dealers ate buying
lip all Uie prise colts remaining. Druid was
Insured In Glasgow.
The hows nf the successu( theynchtMndge
was received In England, and more- imvllcu-
Inrly In Scotland, w l h much nuiiruclatlon,
Though a fast boat, «h« la considered to ho
three or four minutes slower on the course
sailed than her younger abler, built by the
same builder and, mmod the Verve. The
atieeesa ol the Madge la likely to result In an
other llrlllsh ohallenge. but the American
cnmlltiona as to combcllng. boats haying the
same cubic capacity are likely to Interfere
with victory, inasmuch as sullen above
ninety tons have become unworkable In tresh
breezes, owing to the great area ot canvas
Tlio tensatUm gf Uiu week luuj Ueeu a gbos
story. Homo (lino ago a young woman of
Church .Strettnn. Shropshire, arrived nt the
station ono evening about dunk, wciil toward
the village, mid win nover hoard of afterward.
A week or two ago a farmer asserts that
ho saw tho woman’s glmM ‘damltijg
near tlm mmitli . of a disused eop
ht ndlio will.Mi was tilled Up. About
hu Unto of the woman's disappearance,
tho Inhabitants of tho district became ex
cited. and other persons saw tho ghost. >ll
- nmi others subscribed money to dig
out tho copper hole. At tho last reports of
avo days ago they wero llitecn feel from tho
Kiltom. but as nothing since has appeared It
Is nrohahle that tho expected skeleton has
nit been found. Nevertheless, the reports
mve created a great discussion about ghosts
In tho newspapers.
don Is to have nn tdectrlcnl exhibition
Crystal Palace In December. All the
ug systems of electric lighting will he
muled. A meeting Is enlivened by the
Mayor at the Mansion lionise for the
.... (iotlalming, a town of Surrey, claims
m honor of being the first town lighted cn*
.rely by eleclrleliy gained from water pow*
•r. chesterfield Is also going to ho lighted
>y electricity. Thu reason Is rather curious.
I liu Town Council anil the gas company
quarreled about the mice and quality of the
gas. The gas comoany suddenly cut oir the
supply, whereupon the council immediately
concluded a contract for electric lighting.
The Ladle** Pictorial bring* out a portrait
of Lady Becllve, who is displaying such tin
tlrliiK energy in advocating the claims of
JJrllUh Industry. She Ik especially desirous
of promoting the sale of Yorkshire lustres.
Scotch tweens. Welsh homespuns. uml Irish
frle/es. Tiie movement Iseonslanlly receiv
ing fresh support. Among recent accessions
are the Duchess of Kdiiibnrg, the Duchess
of Montrose, the Duchess of St. Albans, the
Marchioness of Tweoddale, the Countess of
lionsilule, the Countess of (iniloway. and
Vleountess TolKstone. Lady Beetlva Is de
sirous of inducing American Indies to suo
port her movement. One result of Lady
IJectlve’fl campaign Is that a Condon whole
sale house introduces a novelty in advertis
ing Hibernian laces and underclothing us su
perior to muebinu-made and cheaper. Thu
advertisement is Illustrated with vignettes
representin'.; Ideal am! Idyllic scenes of
peaceful Irish homes and bmnluts, ami a lady
with a harp and the face of a beautiful Irish
girl, all except the latter scarcely helm;
truthful representations of life In Ireland to
day. An amusing squib on the demand for
home-muunfaclnred goods appears In the
papers to the oiled that« Manchester house
received n large order for umbrellas from a
Dublin linn with instructions to nfllx a label
Inside with the words “Home manufact
The Kmpress of Austria has again an
nounced her intention of hunting in Ireland,
renting Lord Longford’s residence in Meath.
Truth says: “Tim impress is tho only sov
ereign personally known to the Irish people.
Out of the period of forty-four years during
which tho Queen has occupied thu Kimllsh
throne she lias spent about twelve days In
Ireland, in two visits, the hist one In August,
IMtl, Did the Irish only understand that
tiiere was a Queen of Ireland, no people
would be more loyal.”
The Vienna llegnttn Club are In an un
seemly slate of anger at Cornell. They com
plain that Mr. Chase Ims not answered their
letter, written a month ago, and say that Mr.
Allen Is guilty of falsehood In Ids assertions.
They also declare that they will write to all
tbo Dorman clubs asking them not to allow
American crews to enter their regattas in
future. This matter will not cause much
sorrow at present. Nevertheless It would be
wise for Urn President of Cornell to give
courteous explanations to Vienna.
tiik Titool’s.
Tunis, Oct. 10.—French troops entered lids
city tuts morning, and occupied two forts.
The Kuropcuns here express satisfaction.
It is stated that the Insurgents aro block
ading llummumet.
London, Oct. 10.—A dispatch from y Tunlfi,
dated Friday, says It Is rumored (hat Ute
Bey's Ministers in council agreed to the oc
cupation of Tunis. Tito Bey, speaking on
tho subject, said 11 was unnecessary to ask
his consent, us ho had lost all authority.
Paws, Oct. 10.—'The ITccWi/ Medtcnl Ga
zette publishes communications from the
members of the ambulance servlccluAleeria
ami Tunis, complaining bitterly of a want
of organization in tho sanitary arrange
ments in the army. Hnmmnmet was 6vacu
nted because of sickness. The soldiers, on
landing, found themselves without blankets,
water, bread, wine, or medicine. The garri
son at Kef fur three whole mouths had neith
er drugs, surgical appliances, nor ambu
lances, and the ofllcers had at last to buy all
they needed themselves. Typhoid fever
and dysentery worked fearful havoc among
tho troops. The autferers lay baking
under the tents In a temperature of r>o de
grees centigrade, and fearing tho truth would
be made known In Franco the War Otlicc
absolutely refused to allow convalescents to
be sent home. Meanwhile, the otllclat dis
patches declared tho health of the troops ex
cellent. Tho Minister of War himself wrote
that tho ambulance organization was perfect,
and Koiistan positively stated a month ago
that the whole French mortality In Tunis
since tho beginning of the campaign had not
exceed two or three hundred.
Thu formation of a Forry-Uambetta Cabinet
Is considered less likely since tho above ex
Tunis, Oct. 10.—All Hey, supported by
French troops (who, however, did not par*
tlolpnto In the engagement). dislodged a
largo force of Insurgents from n strong posi
tion after four hours* fighting. The Arabs
fled. It Is expected All Huy will now go to
Wadzurgha to protect tho railway while be*
Ing repaired, and punish tho tribes for the
recent outrages.
of tho French Minister, tho Hey has con
sented to a partial occupation of Tunis.
Brkun. Oct 10.—Emperor William, In rtc*
klmwledglng tho receipt of a copy ol
“Hahn’s History of tho Culturkampf,”
writes ns follows] “This collection of docu
ments will prove to every impartial mint!
that my Government Is convinced Hull
Cliuroh and State can only serve their high
alms by peaceful work; and that it basal
ways been animated by tho wish to live It
peaco with the Catholic Church wlthom
detriment to tho rights of tho State.”
Hmu.iN, Out. 10.—Negotiations (nr » con*
elusion u( Uio Cnltut-kampf scum to bo In u
very fnlr way. Signs are not wanting that
when Von Sehloczer returns from Wushluu
tou ho will (lull the Held In Homo pretty ripe
for final operations.
Ukiii/in. Out. 10.—The Buudosrath Is con>
yoked for theUOth Inst.
will be introduced In the Helchslag boforo
adjournment, and be considered lu the spring
of *B3.
to the end of the financial year are favora
ble. For the first time la many years there
Is no deficit*
Oauio, Oct. B.—Last night the English and
French Consuls formally requested the Hill
trtn’s delegates to leave Egypt. 'Xho dele
gates replied: “As to iho matters which
were referred to tho Sultan by the Khcdlvo
we shall Institute a rigid Investigation and
Insist upon a full maintenance of the Sul
tan's authority.” Uls believed here that the
Sultan’s commission Is ono result of the
Uantrlo KnlsorbunU. Fuad person es tho
Idea of the reduction of Kgybtto a iurklsh
vilayet i Hutlb Is of German descent, wul
Nizami has a German wife. Tho delegates
hold a document signed by the Khedive and
Itiaz charging Halim Pasha with Inciting tho
February revolt. Tho delegates claim to bo
End Dry Goods House.
New Garments for
Fall and Winter
Satin Dolmans, in the latest shapes, 18 inches long, lined, wadded,
and trimmed with I’oinled Fur, for
And fifty other styles, all cinmlly good value. An immense variety
of Cloth
Ulsters, Havelocks, Dolmans,
Paletots, and Russian Circulars,
01' onr own mnmil'nct.urc, all marked to lie retailed at WHOLESALE
i’lllCES. We invite special attention to our enor
mous importation oi'
“English Mohair Cloaking Plushes,”
We are determined to continue and increase onr inducements to
strangers to visit and prove Unit
“It Pays to Trade on the West Side.”
able to prove Hint this document was accom
panied by a bribe of JU-FiO.OCO to the Stambnnl
olllclal*. The general belief Is that Fuad has
the Sultan’s written authority to depose the
Khedive ami make Halim the Viceroy, with
limited powers. Amity’s troops areailtas
el-Unmly, near the Suez Canal, which Arahy
declares lie will blow up If foreign troops ore
sent to Egypt. Thu l/aljuz contains violent
articles against tho Europeans.
Caiiio. Oct. 10.—The British man-of-war
visits Alexandria under an arrangement of
some time ago that an English niuh-of-war
should visit Alexandria ten days every three
months. The French vessel accompanies
the English vessel, because the two Powers
are acting In alliance. The Turkish dele
gates demanded a special court of Inquiry
into the slate of Egypt generally. Thu
Khedive positively refused to assent to any
thing constituting ah Interference wllh
Egyptian independence, ami tho delegates
were authorized by tho I’orlo to withdraw
the demand. r
Eonhon, Oct. 10.—The Time*, Ih Us lead
ing article, says it mby be that the Egyptian
army will again march to Cairo and demand
tho abolition of Anglo-French control.
ConstAXTiNot’i.K, Oct. 10.—it Is said tho
French and British Ambassadors demand
the recall of the Turkish mission to Egypt.
J,ondon, Oct. 10.—Special dispatches from
Paris announce that the marriage nf the
daughter of President Grevy wlthM. Wilson,
Under Secretary of Finance, will take place
on the 23d Inst.
expects a,OOO people to escort him to trial on
tho charge of libel In connection with the
Tunisian affair.
Loxnox, Oct. 10.—A dispatch from Dar
jeeling says fever Is epidemic at Umrltslr, In
tho Punjanb. The mortality Is from 200 to
:UK) dally. The total deaths during the eleven
days ended Oct, I, were 2,205, of whom 1.138
were children.
pf.iisons lost.
London, Oet. 10.—An explosion of petro
leum occurred on tho 4th oil board of tho
Italian brigantine Armenia, from Barcelona
for Marseilles. The vessel sank. Eight per
sons were drowned.
Constantinople, Oct. lo.—Dr. Schlle
munn, tho eminent archamloelst, has arrived.
The German Embassy has asked for n ilrmun
authorizing a continuance of his excavations
at lll&sarilk, the site of undent Troy.
Home, Oct. 10.—A terrible Inundation has
devastated the communes of Settlmo and
Salt Pietro. Fifty-four houses ware de
stroyed and four lives lost. Tho losses of
cuttlo and grain are enormous.
Sr, PETKitsurmi, Got. 10. —It is stated that
the bankers hero will take 00,000,000 rubles
hi new State-bank notes.
London, Oct. 10,-Tho Amcor Is raising
three Cnmhthar regiments by forcible enlist
ment, and scndlngfthein to Cabul.
Havana, Oct. 10.—At Caracas ami Cura
cao revolutions nro rimming ugaiiißt l*rcsl
dent Ulauco, of Venezuela.
\ Kansu* Merchant Halaea the nlncU
Flag Aguluat Commercial Traveler**
si. t.mlt aiuhflkiiioerul, •
Yesterday's mall at a leading wholesale house
on*Washington avenue, near MUh, brought a
o tier Inima retail merclmut lu the dry-goods
lino at Oswego, Has. 'i'ho loiter buro tbo ap
pearance of being a oopy of a form with which
the Oswego man was fuyarmg all uoUscs Wflusu
representulivvs had visited him. U reads lu this
"•• y UK..TI.Eii«»: WMtHalliluur«.|i(ictloraulmd
vour house, wo have decided to run our busi
ness on a dillorent plan from tho way It has
been run In yuars past. Our tlinu has beet) half
ennsumod by talking to drummers: our busi
ness, of course, has boon neglected, and wo
Have been tnudo iniserablu by thb everlasting
How of gab from the traveling man.
- From tbla datuuu. until we notify you. plouso
inform your Kansas bum pot to call uu us. Wo
are tired of being drummed the.way wo have
been. They will not lake no for an answer. Of
coursb your goods uro dll of first quality, and gut
UU lb bolter ibSph fdr tbh retail trade tpan any
oiiiers that come to thin market, butwo uavu
decided to buy them no longer from yourlt-ayul
litg men, but expect Id kodlivci to tbd market,
audbuyirmu tho stocks. Then wo get no sub
alltuuw, and can have thorn shipped when they
aro purchased. There will bo no dating of bills
ahead, and un goods to be returned.
“•We are now getting ui» lu years, and have
determined on this Plan to cbjoy our life from
[ this Utuu uu. Wo menu what w« soy, and wm
fitrk'llv adhere to h. han’t direct any letter* to
vnitr men In our earo. or they will bo returned
to van. mid nut taken train tbo ollloe."
The letter was read wlieli opened. alul then
turned aver to the eointnereiid travelers of the
house willed loeeivcd It. The gentlemen of the
roa«l were bolding an Indlirnaiton mealing for
the licnellt of the (Mwego laun when tbo Wolit
>npicmt reporter fell In with them and was
ehown tbo olmuMuti* warning.
Wiu.cox, Aria.. Oci. 10.—It Is reported from
Stm Carlo* that (be Chlrleulnm scouts who de
serted killed out* of tbo White Mountain In
dian-. Fears nro entertained that they will re
taliate. If a general tight takes place
among them no one cun tell where it will
cad. It Is stated that sutllclcni troops arc
on tbo ground to keep nil ddlot.
(.Jen. Mackemdn I« at tbo agency. (Thief COotge
Is reported going toward Ash Creek with bis
iiiuii, and some of Carr’s troops arc In parson.
Col. Sanford tins been directed to place bis
troops In such a position as*to prevent all Incbr
slons of the Imslllcs along the bonier between
Arl/.ulia mid Sooilru. (be troop* under Mackco
-7.1c to look out for tbu country in tbu vicinity of
Sun Carlos.
TOpkka. Kns.. pet. in.—Two hundred and
twenty Northern Übeyetnfb Italians left 'bolr
Agency near Fort Ucmi last Saturday, mid tiro
being taken by Ciipt. Thompson to .Sidney, Neb.,
via tho cantonment oil tbtl Ciihadlad, Fort Sup
ply, Fort Hodge, and Fort lliiy't*. From Sidney
they will be taken to the Rosebud Agency,
where tbov will bomifiur tie located. These are
the Indians who bare boon diMiitlsUed, and
from whom trouble has been anticipated.
This announcement Is made over a brlek
muklng machine that la in operational the In*
tct-Stulu Exposition, near the large engine.
A reporter was attracted by the appearance id
the device, and watched Its operation for
sometime. Tlmmuchhie was making full
sized bricks, ond the uuesllun arose among
Home gentlemen standing by of how many
bricks It was making. Some said tlfty per
minute, others said sixty—one a second.
The reporter look out his “old reliable”
time-piece and counted for Just one minute.
It was a lung minute, for ho had to count as
fast as ho could, and surprised nil present by
the announcement that the machine was
making tW bricks per minute. It didn’t
seem to bo making titty* so regular and
smoothly did It operate. When wo reinem*
her that each soft, nnbnrnt brick weighs
about seven pounds, and the machlms Is mak
ing over iw) id them per minute, that is
eonlvulent to 7UO pounds of materials oper
ated upon In one minute. This machine U
making these bricks out of Chicago tough
blnu emv, dredged from under water, and. so
tar as the repotter can Judge, are better,
smoother, ami nearer Winnie brleks than
those commonly used In this city. All per
sons Interested In the subject.should see this
machine for themselves. It la truly a won
derful machine In Us simplicity ahd case
and smoothness of operation.
Tho Flathead lildians and GnrllelU.
Uulw (J/oulHmi) UUtr to PhVitdtlifiUt Prfti.
Tho Flathead Indians llvo In too beautiful
Valley of the Hitter Hoot, tho gUrUon-spot of
Montana, and there for many yours have occu
pied tholr fertile. frult-produclng prairies in
sblto of the machinations of prospectors ami
linllun agents. A year or two ago Gem Oarllcl’t
was sent out bv Congress ns the rep
resentative ol the Government la the
UilHuultles between thesotttors and tbo
Flathead*, which at the time of ms
visit seomcil to have crystallized. Congress than
Oarhelcl cstno through Hutto and Helena, and
crossing the Hitter Hoot which shut
hi tho fairest valley In tbo Northwest, came
among tho disaffected Indian* lit council pu the
Sinks of dm houuniui FiathCad Lake, Today
a prospector who has Just
tbo Shores of the lake, reports tho whulo
tribe In mourning. fliirllold a heart went out to
thorn hi the day of lhair groat trouble, when tho
etfort was being made to drive thorn out of their
hereditary Eden; today Iholr hearts i go out n
sorrow tci bis memory, and ho will live lu tbdlr
recollection heiiceforih, as be bn* done since uls
SSI liS Sliiilllert ru|iro«oiiullvu ot dwlr Orant
yalhci aver ,con amuuß tho roa mou. U tai not
unity truu Itult tho KlulboaU. know of hln Uenth
anil tiioilriilltin. Bun) ime vory old OOlot to Ik,
urostieutor already mentioned as he loft the val
ley lust FrldUvs ” Flathead go now. Groat
Father dead. No more homo lor rod inch.’* His
words will doubtless ptovo true, slnpe the wblto
imimlutlon of Montana with nno accord envy the
Flathead* iholr beautiful valley, and tiled (heir
host to Induce Oon. aurllold. when arbitrating
the manor, lo remove tho Flathead* from the
Territory. ..
Wouldn't Except Them,
A law of tho Michigan Stale Normal Pohool
forbids the Imlglng of male, ami female students
In the snmo building. Three couples got mar
ried lately, and sent the. faculty a petition to
make an exception in their oases. The faculty
said no. --
A sure cure for blind, bleeding. HribogJknd
Ulcerated biles has been dlneovarad by Dr. WUI.
lams. A single box of OIL WILLIAMS INDIAN
biLK OINTMBNT bos cured the worst chronlo
cases of iweuiy-dvo years standing. II Jflvoe
relief In live mlHUioettlieruaTug, WILL
IAMB* OINTMENT absorbs tba tumor*, soothes
pain, allays thO intense Itching, especially af lor
getting warm lu bed, acting as a poultice. It U
prepared fur biles. ItohlUg of tho part*, and
nothing else. Bold by druggists, or mulled
91S®^KMWSao«*oa.cu M ».
triiin a campaign against disease la
waged with Tarranl'a Boluer Aperient, the ene
my takes HlghVi It la the Incomuaraule sueoilio
fur consumption, biliousness, and dyspepsia.
Macalleler’s Couali Mlilure la Inal »ii«
Dcrscamg all other remedies In Calcuyo for tno
dlseuseaTuctdeutal to our amno winter• tcu9.ni.
Jnon b. Lee. corner llaUtcd and UuirUca
•iructs, ana uU di ugguu.

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