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WAR THREATENED. The Muddle Thicker, Germany NalU 'to nave Kent Franco a Sharp IHplomatlc Note Hevows Continents oi tue9Loiidon Time Tho French Ministry and Ireal dent Grcy Blamel for the Wliole JBaiilnefui. Pari, Oct. 3. The odium of the insulting reception of King Alfonso last Saturday now rests chielly upon President Grevy. Not only are the populace unsparing in their denunciation ol hb apology to the King of Spain, but the German Embassy at Pans directly charge and have reported to their Government their belief that that the outrage was directed against Germany alone and not against King Alfonso. Marquis the Spanish Minister, has left Paris for Berlin to consult with the Emperor. Bmili.v, Oct. 3. It is report that a diplomatic note has been sent by Germany to France relative to the insults otlereil by the Parisian populace to the King of Spain. Tho note calls the attention of the French Government to the fact that the weight of opprobrium was directed against a Uhlan, and tljiit Germany, not Spain, is renllv aggrieved. Loxdox, Gt. 3. A Times' editorial says: A government which can not secure a courteous reception for a National guest in its own Capitol, can hardly be acquitted of weakness and incapacity. eyenJif it escape suspicion on the score of -sincerity and good will. During the brief tenure of oiHce of M. Challomcl French .Minister of Foreign Attaint, he has irritated Germany aud milled tho pood will of England, and quarreled ;ith China. The complete isolation to which he has reduced Franco has had a natural result in the outbreak against King Alfonso, - ' NO MORE CHROMOS. The Philadelphia Ilrenrora Organize V a Strike. Oct. 3. Tho ale and t porter brewers, in this city on Saturday lorraed a, pool arrangement for Uio purpose of abolishing .tho custom of making presents to their patrons to retain their trade. This determination is received irith a great deal of dissatisfaction by the retailers, who for ycara have been reaping great benefits from the intense rivalries existing between brewers here. Saloons havo been painted, frescoed and decorated in tho best manner, eostly glass signs furnished, refrigerators put in, flagging put down in front of saloons, bar-fixtures given away, necessary glass-ware supplied, pumps and other cxpensivo appurtenances contributed by competing brewers anxious to retain an old or gain a new customer. This policy however, has now been recognized as suicidal, and by tho arrangement mentioned it has been put a fctop to. IS JUH DEAD? Indian Sny That tic Fell OUT in Miro and Was Killed. Caralitas, Mexico, Oct. 3. Indians coming into Casac Grandes say that .lull was killed by falling ofl' his horso while intoxicated. They say ho fell over a rock precipice, the roa 1 being above. The people do not believe the report. It is . considered some sharp maneuver. - ' ' ' ' m i Mr. llnf forty's Appearance' in the Fletfii. LocKronr, III., Oct. 3. The cultured circles of this section are agitated over tho j sudden postponement of the wedding of the widow Ratterty to a middle-aged swain ! who recently came wooing. The trouble i is that Mr. J. L. Ratlerty, whoso supposed body was identified in SL Louis and laid away in the family lot in the church-yard here a year ago, hu appeared and asserted his authority over tho intended bride, llo had been out West for two years and is hale and hearty, but in rather bad temper. The I V. X. directory. Louisvillk, Ky,, Oct. 3. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of tho L. & N. K. R. tho following directory was elected for the ensuing year: C. C. Baldwin, F. D. Carley, E. II. Green, J. E. Green, W. G Hall, Jay Gould, Tbos. F. Regan, Rnssell Sage, George A. Washington, W. F. White-house, W. S. Williams and James T. Woodward. Regan, Gould and Sago fill the places of Brockman, Clark and Evans, Tho road's earnings rate at four per cent Tho Gould and Sage vote represented 00,000 shares. t'onrcHHliiitr Her Crime to Her Father Coopeiwtown, N. Y., Oct. 3. During the trial of Mary Sergcnt. accused of murdering her infant, the fattier of tho unfortunate woman admitted that his daughter confessed to him that she was tho cause of tho baby's death. Several physicians expressed the opinion that she was suffering Irom a peculiar form of hereditary insanity which niado iier totally irresponsible for her nets. Unci C'firolimi Hoys. Winston, N. C, Oct. 3. Three boys, Joseph Tise, James "Wier and John Goins, were out hunting near here Tuesday, The quarreled, and Goins ran away. Tiso caught aud held him, while Weir took aim at him with his gun and fired. The discharge burned Goins badly on the arm. Luckily only about a dozen shot took effect. Tho boys Tiso and Weir were arrested. Weir Bworo ho did not know tho gun was loaded. . " - ii i Money ror O'Domiell' Defense. London, Oct. 3. Americans contributed 300 to the Oa'Donnell defense fund. When informed of tho circumstanco he expressed himsojf as very grateful, and said that he know tho Americans would not forget him. CIilcAffo OfUcinl Arretted. Chicago, Oct. 3. The Assistant Secretary oi tho Branch of Public Works, Jas, J. Grayham, was arrested early in the morning for seriously stabbing Michael Rico, a butcher, during a drunken row on Adams street, about midnight. SHOCKING BRUTALITY. Horrible Torture" W on Ao4 ail ItaofreAlvo Indian Little Eoc, Oat. 3. ! dispatch from tfco Indian tVarkor reports a terrible tragedy at tW borne of Lwxua, an Indian, eighty yeajoldL Sunday night four unknown persons demanded admittance, yhich the Indian refused, whereupon they iired into the hut and beat down tho door. As they entered tho Indian jumped out of the wiudow. Ho wha sensed, and refusing to tell where ho kept his money, wiw subjected to inhuman torture. Remaining obdurate, the robbers shot him soren times and beat htm insensible. They then plundered the hut, carrving a war not le? than $3,000. isoma wiifdic. There is no clue to the robbers. A Ctirion Suit Atfiihmt a Rrolccr. New Youk, Oct. 3. James E. Miller, of Scarsdale, Westchester counter has brought an action to recovcr$lU2,142from Edward J. Dunning, a Wall street broker. Plaintiff wanted money and defendant took his notes to the amout of $118,000 to sell for him. As plaintiff's credit was good, the defendant, a is aliened, used them for his own nenelit. Upon being threatened with arrest defendant paid plaintilf 5-5,000 and promUtH to make the balance, good. Plaintiff claims lie was damaged to the amount of So0,000, and sues for that sum :nd 72,0 JJ difference between the amount of the notes and 25,000 received. - - 1i a Shot ill TexiiH OlmrHi, Gaia'Koton, Oct. 3. In a meeting house at Comanehe. Sunday, after preaching was over aud tho congregation had gone to tho creek to witness the ordinance of baptism, Robert Butchee and his brother William, both of whom had remained in the buildiig, became involved in a quarrel with Mr. Harris. Robert Butchee received the contents of a shotgun carried hv Harris, and expired within a moment. William Butchee and Harris then engaged in a k utile for the gun, and during the struggle Harris was pounded on the head so badly that he may die. William Butchee was arrested. Nercimt Hates New Tramp. Chicago, Oct. 3. Sergeant Bates, the flag-carrier, announces his intention to start fiom this city next Monday, accompanied by his young bon, who is also to carry a ling, tho twain o journey to Atlanta, Ga., and from thence to Charleston, S. C. The father announces his intention to make speeches on tho way. jflirce Condemned Murderer. Charlotte. N. C, Oct. 3. There are now in jail nere three men under sentence oi death. They are Willis Davis, colored, rape, to bo hanged October 29; Felix Wilson, colored, for the murder of Moses Rendleman, and Thomas Shield, white, for the murder of Joseph G. Sit-ton. The last two have appealed to the Supremo Court. Winter Wcntlior at Sf. Paul. St, Paul, Oct. 3. At St. Paul tho thermometer registered below 303 during mobt of the day, and poor people acttiully bullcrcd from cold. Tiie report of a treaty having been signed between Germany and Spain is on Spauioh authority. Telegraphic advices from Port au Prince state that .since the outbreak of the rebellion in ilayti S00 houes have been burned. An insurrectionary riot took place recently at Port au Prince, but order ban been restored, and there now is complete feecurity. Pill&bury & Hulbert's elevator at Har-wood, D. T., burst by the pressure of GO,-000 buhheU of wheat. Most of tho grain will be saved. Tho superior committee of tho Panama Canal AVorks has approved tho plans ofi'eretl by the Director General ot the works for tho completion of tho canal. The British consul at Scutari, Albania, was fired at while on a hunting expedition a few days since, but not hurt. The would-be a&sassin escaped. At Montreal, Francis Schmidt, one of tho discontented Frenck glassblowers,was tried for deserting his employment without leave and sentenced to thirty days in jail and $20 fine. A Montreal city bailiff was pitched through a plate glass window of a restaurant by a sailor ox tho war ship Canada for having uttered deprecatory sentiments regarding Prince George. Tho cause of the Colorado explosion at Buffalo was that when cleaned thq two boilers had been disconnected, and the valve connecting them had not been reopened so that steam could pass. Antoine, the deputy from Alsace in the German Reichstag, has been arrested on the charge of treason, growing out of his correspondence with General Mantcufel, who had prohibited the publication of his proposed paper, Lo Metz. Tho papal decree regulating procedure before tho civil tribunals of tho Vatican is published. The decree ignores the Italian law, and ordains that all contracts between any portion of tho Pope's household and parties outside shalL bo regulated Bololy by pontifical law. Tho Rutland (Vt.) grand jury adjourned without indicting J. M, Haven for tho embezzlement of the funds of tho Rutland Railroad while treasurer of that road. Tho evidence failed to establish whether he' or some other person is responsible. A petition for mandamus on Knox, comptroller of the currency, has been filed by S. V. White, banker of New York, to compel the comptroller to pay him balance claimed to be duo tho petitioner as creditor of tho Miner's Bank, California, out of dividends declared by Knox. Tho Court of Appeals of New York confirms tho decision of tho rcfereo in favor of tho plaintiffs in tho. case of Cornelia D, Earle and others against William P. Earle, of Earlo's Hotel, for $217,017. for property claimed to hare been wasted by the defendant. The suit has boon before the courts for several years. AYER'S Hair Vigor restores, with tho gloss and freshness of youth, fatted or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color, or deep black, as may bo desired. By its tiso light or red lmlr may bo darkened, thin hair thickened, aud baldness often, though not always, cured. It checks falling of thq hair, and stimulates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prevents and cures scurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every dlscaso peculiar to tho scalp. As a LndlcH' Hair Drcsftlng, tho Vioon is unequalled ; it contalus neither oil nor dye, renders tho hair soft, glossy, and silken in appearance, nnd Imparts a delicate, ngrecnblo, and lasting perfume. Mr. C. P. Buicnnn writes from Kirby, O., July 3, 1SS2 : " Lnst fall my hair commenced falling out, and in a short tlmo I became nearly bald. I used part of a bottlo of Avek's Hair Vioon, which stopped tho falling of tho hair, and started a now growth. 1 havo now a full head of hair crowing vigorously, and am convinced that but for tho uso of your preparation 1 should havo been entirely bald." J. W. Bowejc, proprietor of tho Mc Arthur Ohio) Enquirer, says : " AYnn's Hair Viuor Is a most excellent preparation for tho hair. 1 speak of it from my own experience. Its uso promotes tho growth of now lmlr, nnd makes it glossy and soft. Tho Viaou Is also n suro euro for damlrutf. Not within my knowledge has tho preparation ever failed to give entire satisfaction." Mr. ANors Fatrrairx, leader of tho celebrated Falrlmlrn Family ''of Scottish Vocalists, writes from Boston, Jftiu., Ftb, 0, 1880: "Ever since my hair began toglvosllvery ovidencoof tho change which fleeting timo procuroth. I havo used Aviui's Hair Vioon, nml so havo been nblo to maintain au appearance of youthfulness a matter of considerable consequence to ministers, orators, actors, and In fact every ouo who lives in tho eyes of tho public." Mrs. O.A. Puescott, writing from 18 Elm St., Chxrtcstoicn, Masi.t April 14, 1882. says: "Two years ngo about two-thirds of my hair came on. It thinned very rapidly, and I was fast growing bald. On using Aykr's Hair Vioor tho falling stopped nnd a now growth commenced, and In about a month my head was completely covered with short hair. It has continued to grow, and is now as good as before it fell. I regularly used but ono bottlo of tho Vigor, but now uso It occasionally as a dressing." 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