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VEI.L £ VECONAN. ?ublJlinin
MAIDENr, O - - ]IONTANA
Nearly a dene sates East and woeS,
have selectel days i April for the
planting of trees. I the Northwest,
the rst day of May has usually been
knows a "Arbor-day."
The defeat of th Freach by the
Chinese L the last battle in Tonquai
seems to have reached the proportions
of a disaster,the French general Negrier
being severely wounded, sad his whole
rmy bhing forasd to retreat, abandos
ing an important eity, forts, and muse
terrtory, with a prospect of still ar
ther etreat, which will give p about
an that has been won during the ht
lag n. es e mp.ig.
The new ines commilner
promptly commits himself to the en.
Ieremes t of the progrreslv policy re
rdiag the red me which Mr. Cleve
lad laid down to his inaugural. Mr.
Atkins epreses the hope that th ad
mbistratoba of his bureau will be such
as to teach the ladiess that the Oor
emaent Is not their enemy, and an
aouees that the system of educating
them into self-spport wll e given
preceea.se over the old regime of mill
One of the eatures of campaglning
In the Souda has been the se of a bal
looa. From oea of the amps around
whis the Arabs were believed to be
hovering a beloon was allowed slowly
to rim The ete. as :t eemy a
easily be imagined. Never befoe m
their lIves had sch an object been seen
by them. The oceapeat of the ar was
able I obeseve all the motione of the
Arabs ad renset their number and po
The new German tariff bll aerasmes
dties ape a large number of articles,
l upona some the Ineresse is quite
marked. Though luxuries do not es
inpe the lanrese.d rates, these afet
for the most pat the more common anad
aesmary artidles. The most striking
features of the new law are the ia
weased rates levie on food products.
especalely those am grain. intended to
guard the Gaermausriculturist against
Amerisam aad Bmalim competitioa.
The lSeretary of the Navy has sent
several war vessels to Aspinwll and
00 marines to protect Amerloan inter.
eats on the Ithe hmus. Aspinwall, or Co
Iom, as itiscalledby the natives, was
nearly destroyed, save a few Panama
railroad buildings on the north beach.
All the railroads exept the Paeif
Mail ompany's were burned, and all
the railroad company's books were lost.
The Canal company saved its bookl
sad $180,000 m specie. Americn asn
val oerarea t high glee at the pros
peat of having something to do.
England is fortunate in having at the
bead of her Indian goveranmnt such as
aecomplished and resolute stateemas
and diplomatist as Lord Dufera. Many
Ilportant tenets have beau devolved
pon him, and he has proved equal
to them all. Wherever he goes eap.
tres the people by his good sense and
pleasant ways. As governor general of
the Dominion, he won the hearts of all
from Newfoundland to British Colam
bla. Had he been a native of the
United States and a citizena he would
have been "boomed" for president
A late statement from oicial sourews
eredits Russia with an s tive army, on a
war footing, of 966,373 men, The re
serves are plased at 538,875 infantry, 19,.
800 artillery, and other regular avail.
ble troops being the total up to 563,373.
Adding the irregular troops-principal
ly Ceassaek-ad the grand total of
active and r serve forces is 1,876,300
or, including the militia of the empire,
8,900,000 men. The Russian navy con
seits of 88 vessels. There are 140,000
men of all ranks in the regular army
of Great Britain. The Anglo-Indian
army numbers 61,000 men of all ranks.
This total, however, represents but a
small part of the available force of the
British Emairs. Adding all the regi
mental establishments-auliary forces
-the Queen e musts. 555,800 sol
dtas, watheo ealling on the colomies
or rvolateess. Britain ha ss g s -
lgsad -e--e vssls.
M3I0 WAU IITOT.
£ WMashing., D. , paper petishms a
sarisnat bth. ret that Mad INMi rl.r (
qansrdbendbtd waadsnrntlaety martl
Tm ~ rl eeat ste t.l ood J.
Hoan F. i. Goeod~kats of Chamber,
who ib nw is Waseiagtor, speakiag of the
Crew Creek eervabio said: There has
besa - immemas amomat at improvemeseb
made a the reserveton oabm it was
It is estimted that there are at least a s
Id rnrlrsr baldrng elm a ohay dthar
had vespeeerd thee who ar ed g ir the Milt
sar mek enimprovemdo abe mea ' esure
thiak the it move a1.5dprtme breomea
Te- layelmeh I lfmtChed tha bs re. a roetm
att-r wuti of tha plaeimmate abaegriath ith
srerarmea ur ltomadt to rad the eordr
i· g t rervatonNo ainwer ho yet
hae fr ve bd eh The m£rt hs
It aiaged bovee elded that b regar
Soetedeer rsesb who e red- lo : Bla the .
ea. war areseat tele theme smother seair
pay, the trenry lr, artment, befone cmme
ds-paym-.4., frnts the thew : Ireretary m,
Mar wiat a list daimane b aCrmmeela I
--ortaC nelimr a ra, Ti Je r rn
Pwhdt 1Zs getWd-- : Blowa
xbrrOkb met ;tais s eaibrah ount
kseamide, Ge;lata. cny. oe eWist: Idlworm,
mwa" kee couaty. Petmaniesre Commitelrone
of-- ',, ,fiwes J to hfW I eO
.ý Wi.K a. ttk, Oak Tasls, Iowi
D ll, 5mt; P. J. EhditeeE sLl.Im
er lv ag eetlmaetl at abosi tI0,
_si restt dypodw atthe Inan te
·1W i of 19eea dd seems to bars been t
r a p isq Yt m whens tihe tlsames i
lm i t msr r camsias s
I01 sAL m mo lL
M-- 7a s Ees brvlkh of New Trk has00
bo win thewl Prry a wai ad.
med to ptrb t hte bulk .t bie
rop-ert Ne tt b b thi.io and edLdm..
r OGrnt relveda mesege from Qwe
Tietets, t Als-le-Bale, France, tnqtrbg a
to Gen. OGrant' eeditkio CoL Grant r.
speeded forhie mother sating that Gen. Gant
wa oh beter.
asevol A& Ranson of New Tork, the law
p-aaems ofd e-President Arthur, have just
bamad seatl painted cards, amnounctng that 1
oath. 111th tneiMr. Chester A. Arthur will I
ieume theL ae of law sad enemee him
mt with t Ar as a~ onseL
uast Admirsl John Mratom, tUmisd ibtee
aMsy, died at Philadelphia, inthe ametIeth
ar of his lit ear Admir Marston wa
satJan. 1t3,1, I ; esnmauder, ept _ . 1f11e;
_p-=ated adee.p d, rel 1d 1w1n ; a 1ite
and aftewasrd r as rdmrsal
10OtI 11N Wa GOSSn.
BegaNds entered the llage of Tualsees, I
ast sad tortured the priest to make him
l where his money was. They tor out his
ato m snd then bu d him to s rip.
Ma. De kalomine will take up her reeideneo
t Rome, her late morganatie huhad, the
ea.dduke or Hese. having flacialJly mtit
Sher on her surrendering all papere and
agreeing never to live again in DarmateadL
The prince of Wales with his soa, Prince Al.
bart Victor, and a small party of frends, spent
the afternoon visiting some of the slame of the
ty, enterin some of the worst dwellinga
-_e prince "ely denounced their broken
oas and roofs sad sanitary wants and aid
e hoped that such dwellnlags would soon he
ewept from the ftee of the earth, at the same
time eprsng his sympathy with the oo
The London Times editorially says: Neith
er the dignity nor the Interests of the
Britkh empire can he served by wrsagling ln
garptism Mr. Oladstone's statement in the
wew of common was worthy of England's
eptmaetativ . If it did not breathe def.ae,
it had the ring of constaner and resolutiom
whieb neither foreigners nor Englishmen ean
mistakr It rests with iRunia to purge her
self of thidishonesty by adtof adequate sad
eoep oees resaration.u The duty Imposed
pn a is one that Englanud i capable of ful
and we will soat flinch atl itisl.
Can AND i COnIMXALa.
0O1l3B AND CMINALI.
Themea MNClntock of Ceasgo bad l peak
t picked f OS, 000 the car at Allegheny
William . arrdl, former labor agitator
and the originator of the miners' uion Penn
-ylvanial fatally shot Henry TayIor, a buaines
man at Wilkeearre. Carroll had been ejected
by his landlord to make roam for Taylor.
GENERAL NEWS NOTZl .
Ryerson & Irown, livery stable keoper of
iow York, have failed with over .OU, 00 lia.
The Bar yard college overseer recently de
dared It ineipedatnt to grant the petition of
udetrgradnaute for the repeal of the ule reo.
uiriig attendaace of daly prayer
MeOillicuddy has pat the Pine Ridge Iad
agency in safe hands and started for Washing
tan to see what Ied Cloud, his old enemyn. has
been doing to oust him from his piae.
The Democratic papers of Chicago dlaim
Harrtsone election as mayor by from 350 t
00, while the lRepublican paper aseert that
city. Both parties charge fraud
A mt has beae brought in the sepreme ju
lal couert er teatoldon eyt. hens, by the
Natlonal olloMer' Home for Diaued VTolua
esverli_ aleged toede rwfailure
o aeee, ""me ule aeegeedrer of thebe
a &a& I. U. ANm.
A mteehstss eU a s t SItM fin
ese. a s m ers tasseen.
Ulyps OI Greate sighteath prssidaet ef
the Us •ad Matem, was born at Polst Pleasant,
o(e, April tr, lSI His ancesors voes
tweotth la m1e his paret remsovd to eorge.
tows, Q, whioe his boyhood was pasmes He
aetered West Peoi military aademy aI. IlI
His name origially was Hram Ulysses, Lit
the appomtas.t was blundt.rt.ly maeI Ulys
ea I, ad had to reman Thestadjt h
which ha showed mat proeismey rlamig his
coures at the acasmy was malhmalrt . Hes
graduated a IS at the ageat t years, rash
taglst sdaela ot s :, and was made brewet
secoad lik.tast att fasttry, aidattsehed m
mupeammerary lieUteamat ct lte fourth reg5
meant which was lationed a te Missdoul
In 1ht5 the rsgim nut was or'ded to Tessa,
and Orast was sommislored as a tall bhauls
sat He rt saw blood shed at Pal Alto,
May 8th, HI4 Ma took part in eery batth
at the Mslesm war. After the bItie of Molb.
ane dt Is . ha ppsated irea luteusa
for hisr al t ad was Oraveted astsia for
hisasadactalhM-hta Af - tim ap
lusefthea o a etw- he with hiAs .
mast was atlfsd as Detroit
laI 48 he marred Juli T. Dea daughter
of a merrhatodl Ltis and sisterof 5oe of
his dbasmateu Ia It, he arccompeaed his
egim st to (Calformsl and Oregon, sand la lo
waecommis fll capltal la. al t4ho re
signed sad moved to a farm er VI Lo.ni
There his daughter elle and osne t his atas
Fred) were born He saubequently removed
to Louis whr he hfought the wolf from
the door. being umble to Otala empboym.
In titWh mored to lata, III., whrra his
father was engaged In te leather trad.
When the civil war broke eat, Capt. Orant
who was than t years lt and the fattier of 4
ebhtdrea, the eldest of whom was II, was
ebhseu to commar d a cpay of volsateera
with which he marchad to D ngfi Thre
he acted M mastering oer aa nd osTu . 17
his regiaent at athn sasd mat che. to Mi
oun R tLo Oo toen Pope he was plassd
. ommand of tAu troops at Msalo.
O, AgsI 3the preident eonmmlsioos
him bridi me al o th ý , a pa s
motth tl o¢ the lest
and assumed esmmad at Cara H asseds
Paducah, at tis mouth of the Tennesae,
as Sept. which was his tret military
chlevsmn ad secured three days after be
asumed his w commsad. On Nov. 7 with
two brta he fought tse battle of Deluwro
where aommanýd ie petrsa sad had a
horee shot uoder hin John A. Loga was
with him ma colomeL Grat thbe was gives
sommand of the district of Cairo one of the
larpit m ita o nfofthecPpou ry. At is'
recmahwsa b e started oa Feb. from Pad..
sah with a force of lttt mau for the
rspture of Forts Henary and Doaaldson Th
saptare of the latter being the trst
helant or th ad crownea
the federal arms t sprang at onee tat
ational celebrity. was immediately co
missaneed ma er of volunteers and
tob command t ft sto make an zpoditioc
up the Teaeas ts esaebrated battle of
hloh, Apr b Caid 7, whete bth sides los
abut 1, e was slihtly wounded. Gen.
Halleck was called to Washington and Grant
became commander of the department of West
Tenees. He won a omplete vor ept
Io·at lks and was attackd at his pstlonl
Corinth. On October 16 his department e
lended to Vicksbrg and was desiated the
dspartmetothte Tenanes. AfrhisBeig
and eaptnre of Vicksburg, July 4, Iwt,
e was pesmoed to the rah of major
se al of ha re l ar m y and wos
-p g the departments em
byn herma Thomas, Bturnide sad Hookes
hise v.loria st d ionary Ridge, a
No Kout Ma it , eougrese vot..d him a med
al sad passied a bill teviving the grade of liu
emast-ge a land rrant wa immediately nota.
a ted. He reived his commission tfrom
-ret eLncoln and en March 17, 114, as.
sated oasmand of the armies of the Unit-d
States, with headquarters at Potomac. With
"O, aema under him Ohe pned two cam
coue under Gen. s .d., two opem
Iam Leat lrehmoad, theother under te
m an agas Atlanta. On May 3 Granu t moved:
_-- Rtc drod oesing tle Ilappsta. with the
army of the Potomac, with 14ltt men push
InghrLougt the Wilderne, where the blooidy I
battle of the Wilderness was fought which
foiled irart's attempt to interpose his army
between Lee sad Rithmond. Being rep.atedly
repulsed by Lee with bloody results lie sett
the famous message whieh closed with, "1
propose to ight it out on this line if it take.
all summer. And ho did. His losses war
td,!,il, and Leo's :C',tt t.
Aftrr th evacuation of Richmond and the
After toe evacuation or uemona anl th0
urrmeder of Lee at Appomator Court Hoonte
Ipril t. Grant itted hi. lhedquarters at ash. ,
ington and on July i, 15i was commiussioned
general of the United S1tate army. le was
madle teretary of war during the uealpello
if Stanton from Aulgut 1:, leI7, to January
le was, nanimously nominrted on the hrst
ballot for president at the republican conven
bon held at Chicago May 2. I'tOl with ?chnyv
lyr Cotfau vice president. The ticket carieil
IS tates He war inaugurated March 4, 1i4L
In 1l71 Preslient Grant urged the anneza
Ilan of anto Domingo, but the senate withheld
Its approvaL A commissio of Ave Bntish and
ave elmerican members, on y , signetd a
trety on the tlJeet of navigttioa and the
Alabaa lahim. The latter we submastteT
e a court of arbitration at Genera, Switzer.
l·an, on Sept. 14,1 5, and theaumof 11.,..T,,
,00 was awarded to be pai by the British gov.
aerment to the United States for damasgee to
American commerce by Confederate crunlere
tted out in lritish ports. The Ku-Klux bill
was enforced by a presrdential proclamation
Be alpoined a commeaeuo to lpquire tant
vil serrice and remedy it
He was renmoinated and elected to another
tsrm inl 6d: In I 74 he vetoed a bill to increase
th volume ofeulrreey..
At the cloe of his term, accompaniled by his
family, he made a trip around the world, and
everywhere received with the higheot honi-r
evr accorded a ctitzen of tmhe Umited titat. liis
retnrn home we a perfect ovation from tan
Francieo. whenr he landbd,. to his hobn at
Galena, whbnce he had started ea his brilliant
te afterwards removed to few York and en
gaged in businesr, which resulted deaetrounlty.
Hii labt days were burdened by regret that has
onoirable name should go down to posternt
rith the blot be fatciee the explott, of hi
partner Ferdinand Ward have east upon it ty
'i bulnness tran.actioai.
In the ummer of l-i Gen. Grant vioted ft
Peal a the guest of Henry Villard no the eele.
bration of the olpening of the N,.rrhern Pacitbe
railroad Of all the notabhle of th..t anupieoone
day ten. Grant wae the cynosure of every eye
n the vast multitude that throngett the lie at
On the 3d of February last enagre accepted
the war relies and nmementlee oif the famoru
hero, upon whilh hIe had pla'e.i a miortgcr
to William Yandt rhltt to e'tre a Iall of Slt l,
00 and wlhich Vanderbilt pr.esented Mr
Orant, she acetting, on oiudition that they be
preuseted to the asll t States. The neeame
few will be pltl in the governmenat Inuilding
On the 4th of March On. (;raent wa places
an the retired list of the army. with rank ase
pay of general. and theiret o.fli.il ictof Pres
Ident Clevelaad wte is sign es. Great's co
SI ml 0 m as atS I weaA ..
destee, Pri. e Albert Tielr, arrivel in
., Inelad, e the UL Adspeh e:
They arrived at Dubin at 3. .e ml wer 'e
asetll a spledid weleoma Ia answer it
as 5&e1 e weleams peesmeat to h by «
lea ibm' sememsle 'a primes Ml be m
"a delighlsd . mew bi aeoua iskes
wt Dulls. a he pissi 'asagh '
-st se at ' i si,' pena, wrs srar
-es wit e mblsem The bues em
both sdes fat tah ass aleug whik hey
-mas w-e seemsel wilh beamtful
gre, is eaha ofmpse alsel . srilagsa w
_-. A.wieagls routes a ne the lroo- at
Ilind SIs f- 'ta me at 'a
di-s aw w aw k a the tre an
e w M e pou i the welfare b
s It M lldl d asootle iahor of sea'
s a so pes
, ose lure eseneus. Pufly sa Ihouah "
- e- r th aod re w . mle mree ed ao
wa esasy segg b lyal tr me wau adw rrbsga
tg-g'eka fe athe Thmo triwa te . t, sties i
seal o dtles and etifull msre wae s l
i-t eno esela aPerted, as t aess I
dm Afrtr lnhebaon at sDubl ras whe t
W e errt ebout::e loal the welrear
[ans In ac t alluodedd ao lttine labora ofte
rm oen this ers fous i the s a~ra
t.hee t. l rbes , addresst g's
wse ythe reciof athe es I as T
d_ - with allt at pe o 1 he
ahs lb.)m w ~as bo to burn th arl
ucl baNjolnbdLn arde fn theat aIr o
ast ht Tha rened beauly eth r swa e
ml 'a n bteaee of ber spare were sel als.e
-ealy s , of tinlas ek cstuss at gdss
whie had betenmade ford lbs oeaa. T
greessvelvet beuLa with a silk skirttLe matd
sd aprem boet trimmed with r n e nd
dark-grees feathes. Thu tribute Io, 'a Iuh 6
steatly recognised by the people. anu ber roya
p s Aer tuocheoc at Dubl rasts, which If
ems over hi about :i:1:3 In lb aftersoe, lbe
e a ahow at al's bridge. Th royal e.
o twionhi trip was omposd f the nears.l
Th . mat em reed by Earl i
ser, escorted by I.toe La. Al Ukls
v e of lbs features beingsa series at it
sstraerdlary Jumping fests The grasd vind, le
brilli atly Ilo m bslatad.
The pollee had some dificulty at em lMae
begs shootung "0oul save Ireland, ml at
tepted to raise a demonstration for ParnelL.
which haud besa stolen fro the manauss house i
by students. but ihe attackiug perty wa drives g
oby a rombind force of students smt loyal. a
overe.." The mob took r geby breeku
'a windows of th' basa fre whisk 'ae leg If
rL~c, Lubf· I1·rd lr~b cu~ u b
a- gEA Ale. aW8r dAW
Uhe a.me*Abam agbes LUkely to e
eamse war neUs aeen amasesse am-.
The OBlt Moessenge, at L. Petersburg,
published the following:
Goem. amorer reports that in comequence
f beetie maitfeetatioos by the Afghans he
was compelled to attack then The Afghans
were poted on both banks of the River Kuskh,
lIaneatrncbedposition. The fght oecurred n
thelo)thofatbt mont.L TheAfghan forewuas,
0) mae and eight gnne, and was defeated with
the beo of all the tlld artillery, two stanlards
of banners and the entire camp outit, and all
the provisions of the Afghans were captured.
The Rl esia lose wse three subalterne and tea
soldiers killed and twenty-nine wounded.
Whn the fighting endedf en. Kamorof return
ed to the poition he had formerly occupied.
A dispatch to the London Times from (untran
of April :t states that the Rt.sians, while mak
lg a prett of cltang..g their outpots on the
Afghan fruonter, atackld peujdeh, March JA,
and drove the Afghans out of their lo.itfon.
Mr Gltadtone said in Parliament England
Sett Leot pact of thie agreement Up to
larch :At, at least, the Afglhans had made no
*dvaes nor any forward movement of any
kind. so far ua the inflormation poseeed
by the ministers went, the government melt
regard the attack by the tunesan. upo
Penjdeh an unprovoked. The governmmm t
bad asked for an eoptanatios of this
attack from Ilussa, bat of course suf
icient time had not yet elapsed for the re
ceipt of am answer to this request. ir Ed
ward Tborntoo, the British ainmesador at
O. Pettrsburg, had, however, telegrlped
that M. Ie Gtier, the Russian prime minis
ter, had epreseed for himself and for the czar
as earnest hope that this unhappy Incident
miht not prevent the continuation of the ne
-atiot for Pee.
This remar Ias greeted with shonts of
derisive laughter and the impreession is
that war between England sad Russia eameo
The anti-Russian foellng In both parties in
the house of commons amounts to a pasesio
If Russia's explanation of the attee on the Af
ghans be delayed or ineon.plete, the British
govenment will be forced to declare war or to
stag. Decline il console since the opening of
Afghan frontier dispute ha been 5 per oss,
whieh etqual the fall meoneol at the epsig
of the Crimson war.
The London Morning Post state that Goa
Wolsetey Has ten ordered to withdraw oas
third of his entire forca from the Hmiada ieo
Whe Wtneaetge esewaer M edsa
Attorney General Garland's opinion on tho
Winnebago reservation has been made pub.
eA After eciting that Clark Thompeoa,
aace an acet of congress of Fb 21, 1NH3,
and by direction of the Indian commimsloer,
removed the Winnebagoes from Minnesota to
what is now known as the Winnebago reser
vaton, and also under on set of March 8.
1t6:. he removed the members of tl theise
ton, Medawaktto, Wshpeton and Wahapkon
i itowu to what as known athe Crow ('reek
agency, sad the farther fact that the Wimnleb
Mee. on Mareh 8.1l, daed their land to the
nited hates and went to Nebraska, and in
INS the various blnds of oinax on
the Crow Crees reservation were removed
to Nebraska, and wandering bades
of o west upon and o pied the abedo
N ,_ th pMo a Is arnted tat Uthe iLds
vas mAgnt aet t be m.Uee'ailm ha eMd
-in ssme fe. am w.a.s a. m
a t elle t ,t ps aset o *r e
damaie te asdm siemdm. To e s ems .
eamat ue l u keiy le it
era11efbla m Iemlairm. e
_a limm a pe5 e ta e e I emse Imema-I
-Nw brt ape : TL be ... me
uea oftheatry isealmUm ash he ( gN r e
ma Memmuaihi seatselemeseen a e; Sm O)lae
dismeae S t that s ser mm se mader
&as iemi amte He m emayn d We aNewe
eia, set eeo toy, that the wesmas b e
ber a tsFbuam y vsome aoe .mi ' hea
Mt at mll. b oid al: tMoreaVlT
muIe to dele rewath tr the ebma .
-he. r a blout s l I and taw
da,,aseld autrte ew dirs to r m o
met. Whea will et t.t ( twe tes-m
wld basts" , muc ..i to m be will die -
..k ma md.. blooe : the ea
arm ma emhmanti Ad ue4 pell from aem7
Itorh thet s siber heama, Strk y
- bY d r otLm
.twill Go. ith true ame
Itatofh all lever eoresaw ed. The ea-e
emahy m/elf, I t gtak w b the s eeor-e ot dar.
retis tbre wiaror traietet soea ld I
"W huate ti m f.. ro t e te the y bm e d.
s toIbed. tohor preet e ne ea il.
matethink r lnrem the pat, adIt am
wieoL n bd my itwsl d r mm"
t detor, t gh t came ittle too lr em
Twete islirtlea uow with her llth
aon ie. releed of the coaes appddty b e
e"Youred srd ate germe frcdittee y be.
erp bler the" ilqtred t the report er
eUnthabluesdly ·e fablt ae as leofr s
Sell is d gere at d they wlt otrrabs
}L behir a o wora an u
Lc o tnoes lhab at oar s
f!wsrhtoma his lo e ood Tmasse
, would eot habe bombl eoiem
alarm ies hausels a. A bd thspell fImd se
right aro, etn ad ba reoa reation l am atl i
helwilhie. The coatageaeey is cmai an the
mre liable by thing a atL.d roaet l.os ho
blood, which cum sever hawegaiaade ma me
ter itsf I thik the est moure of igra.
t, d with proper tretme at be
"What an the chancysaf adsthe. hamarrb
Oei o.ke occur at say time, but t edo
athklro alarm the physiciasot rIt m
besmtoppdd befsn amy material damge is
e. That esday lest was expected by
the dIctorm, though It cma a little too heh.
Tare is little trouble mow with the thraat, N
his uadet coetral. Whatever palm he whew
mow le r llvibyg the aomtment applioise it
"i og brad the geeral'ts aditiae o btt
vorable them?" inquired the reporter.
0Iidouhtcdly his faculties arm as clearm
they ser wire and he is fally cpableofltranoL
etnt an bfoo thato mtight come to a m
"Does the ssharow the sfess sfha
"Ong sly Is a measure, and nota greatly ma
aa beam stated im the newspapers. Te faw
is full sad taclinmdto be fushed, rathar that
. Therei a worm appearance and sink.
ibebehind the ears odt ton th
hack of his neek, but that comes
oyfrom his os of blood Tam
day. I would tmatcar that hat body is emaci
atedl. Thaat is out ta word. His arms and
hmgs bav becota. emall and thin, and he haa
lost fles, but It is far from a oaditao that is
implied by calling it emaetteaL Of course his
eye are notas braght as they might hb-, but
to-day therm wae a gleam in them that I have
aot mm before for a month."
erwsstl eamst 1s rP.speassst.
New York Special: ten. Grant is not as
moody and despondent as he was a few days
go. While one of his physicians was with
tm early this morning reference was made,
acldentally, to the fsIt that one week ago to
lay he was on the potnt of death and only saw
I by the tinely anjection of brandy.
"Yon saved ai life then, doctor," GOe. Grea
ahL "but what was the use of it?"
"We had been doing the best we could,"was
hv'e r ,epli.
"I'apreiate it ail." continued the fenralt
though I don' t uy much altol it. woe
tumpet you from one cund f the world to the
tber if youould cure meentirely.
Sthe sick man, lying beck amid his pllow
a his arm chair, aid this, he looked his py
itaia stratght in the eye There was a ladde.
tlem and brightening up is his pue, as he
,ao trying to and the doctor's mind before
o tld speLak. The physicisa hes
toted int a few seconds, yet it told the tale of
he hopeless battle that was being fought.
_eading his fate in the doctor's mind, the gen.
ml eontinued, without waiting for as answer,
"It in only a question of dlays.
"There you are mistaken. general," said the
Isotor, qietly. "You will live for weots ad
pmpe months to come."
"It must be with less sufering then, If I do,"
ame the reponse. sad the conveorateio
Massesm.e mist's lasl Ail ls.
Gi. Middleton the British commander Il in
gmmremulntiou with both Battloterd and
riace Albert by wire. owe comes via
atileteord of a numasare by Crees at rog
Lake, eIght miles west of Fort Pitt.
-ht white were killed, including two
p------ Ti garresons at lBatdefotd
s Prln Allbert are safe as yu
bt saeioun for euccor. 1'he force wil paus
-Inrpklly as jtoihle It In reported that
_el s eutnrohed at ltatwhe. anId has eannon.
This is doubtfuL Middleton had a short ~oe
ferenes with Indians. They expressed loyal
y. The wires are crowded with omcial tele
tms, and particulars are imposeib to ob
In the Dominion bhes on the eth, ir John
No confrmatory Information has been re
aslved by the government as to the sensational
reports respectmg the advalne of the Ldiaes
acruss the international boundary. VW hews a
siuss(ao from a ri-linble aouou at CaPlary
atilng that it was generally belteved atht
eports were unfounded and that they we
Sup 1y materested rtiw
T!he haCdian Pacfie laborers an
-ea work iL the Roekies have bee on a strike
ex a wsk, aecesitating a stoppsge of work.
The eas was n o.payment of wages, most of
1s mse helg rrm three to four mouth M -
hld In their wages. An Ottawa dispeatc mays
I yspysi msws olts way to M dM mY