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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 21, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                VCXL. XI. WINNIPEG, SATUBDAY, PJEBBUABY 21. 1885. NO. 398. HATES FOR CONDENSED ADVERTISEMENTS PROFESSIONAU and BU3IHES3 CARDS run in and without display) 10 oenre pw word per mouth. No Card inserted (erf losa than (3 pot month. CONDENSED ADVBUTISKMKNTS Ou this pago such ea Situations Vaoattt, Situations Wautort, For 3alo, To Lot, Personal. Lost and round, Jto., So. .30 words or uador, ono Insertion 40 cents, ouch Additional word two cents; 30 worda ov tmitorlor oaoh conjccutlve insertion lor loss porloct than one wook, 2uo, eaoh adUl- Uonnl word ono cent; 30 worda or ttndor one wook oaou mUl.Lluual word B ooqUl 30 W0rrt3 or under each subsequent wuctc, additional word 3 oeuls, Condensed ad- Toi'ttsouiunta not Inserted ovory day, SO worda or under 50 cenb) each Insertion, 6aoh additional H'nnl 2 conta. No advertUoiuout rharRod to account for loss than SITUATIONS VACANT. work. Street. Man kept. Apply TS HargraVa 19 [f WANTED A BOOK-'KKEPSM. NONK but a Lhnroughlj- competent neiMl npply. -A ddress P.O. (J8A. 2123 STOCK. FOR SALE. KOR SAltB.-ON PORTAGtfi AYE., OP- Aid. Culloway'i reriduioe, 8 good oalf; 1 Durham -Bull, eij Cows, forward Jn driving _or woi' -old; i years old. Apply promises. lo 1'h03. Murlin, ht i'kliitf niaru, (Tvo MB _. 3, fc. on'the SURVEYORS. VOUNG. i and Provincial Land Surreyoru and Civil Knclnours. Offices, adJolntuK city oftioeg, Bobort Block. J. W. Harris. City 3urvayor. Qeo. A. Uajne, R. YUUHR. ARCHITECTS. C O3BORN WIOKKNDKN, ARCHITKOT. and 16 Doaaldoos's Block. 4 RTHUK T. TIMBWKLL CO.. ACICHI- A. teats, Burvtiyoi-B and. Civil Kqglnoom, Plan8 andSpeotHoatlons prootred lor Schools, Municipal, Pulillo .and Private BiuUlogs, SlBvato.'a, Mills, (or any part ot tho Province. oh unite L'ur good ttounc and lot, oonveixlent. to tlto iiiarkut, or Farm prapOrty dlosa to oitv. Ap- ply ftt once at the Central Livery and Sale tublui, uornor of I'rlnoedS and Juminia. dta 21 PROPERTIES WANTED. WANTED TO BUY, PIVK-ftOQMED house wltli lot, wHIiiu flvo minutes walk at Brunswick Hotel. Must bo ohcftp. 'Apply to law.dffluo of Chambers Clark, bp Doslte Oltj Hall. 2023 PARLIAMENT, A Scene In tbe Corrictora Yes- terday. The Fortage and take of the Woods Hallway. A Tote or the to be Introdnced. [BY OIIB pwV OTTAWA, Feb. A sensation took place in the comdors of the House this morning. M. P., made a oowatdly attack on liei1, a brothei of Mr. Lauglier, M leatfing oud pol- WANTED.-QOOD, CHEAP LOT, SOUTH ot Jomtma St aad Kant of iha line of Colony St. Ulvo dosoript'Ou, prlun and term a, Noao. but absolute b rgattiS Ad- dross M. J. Freo Preaa FINANCIAL. litDtt flflfi ISBI3TBR 1SNDOWMKNT Fund to Loan. Appl; to frohibild, Itowull, Hough Campbell. AMOUNT OF PRI- vate to loctn oa the eaaleit mom: .fAVornOlo torma. Apply..to KUlam, BiohardB, Brophy S; Vivian, Muln Sc., Winnipeg. DENTAL. JL.BSNSON.L D.S.DKNTAIi tooms, 4l'J Main St. Teeth b extracted without pain by uso ot _____ NlirouaOaldeOaa. .______, RTuALOLBlail, 3UK98OK UBNTIST. Now Jfqrk Uradaala. Nitrous Oxide Qua lot painless extinction. OlUcte over Whltehead's Drug Stare. Mala Street. ami Night, BOARD AND ROOMS. TWO IlKIJUIRR BOOMS Ln a private houao. vrlth or Without bosirtl or with partial bou.Td. NOP6 but those havlriis ootntortable roomi) ceeU apply, Aitdieti Free Proas oflioe. R OOMS TO UKNT-THBKB 06OD ROOWiS Ing. Poaaesalon at once. Molntosh. tttl Mais St, f or otflooa or drosstiidk Apply threa, weeks' or m6re and ninety tons of "ooaL The ic6' extends westward ot the boat aft far at the eya dan seo. All started for Grand Haven tins morning. _ SALT The Alia S Air LAKE, E eb The final relief party from Alta arrived to night. A" are brought in but ton man, a woman child. Mrs Keisb is among the Ust party, and is badly hurt but Will recovet-. A Very Conn., Feb. Rov, Win. T. Oaman, of Stamford, with rape on a liltla gifl six years of age, was altowed'tri plead guilty to simple aault and was seiitem-od to one jail. to Brydon i! SITUATIONS WANTED. CSlTUATlOIf WANTED SALE3W01TAN io In dry goods or soino light lino, by an ex- porlenoed youug lafly. B, Froo P HOUSES TO RENT. JTWHITK. StJKGSOST DES Ut, caiior to Ur 3. b'.Ji. lloul. WanWriooma directly opposite City Hal'. KVery 10 llij preservation of tho natural teert. ArtlBeial toetli uuoiuitea on Oolrt. ollulold and Uubber Plates. Nitrons OxLdu Oas ad- MEDICAL. DK3. GOOD St JONBS HAV1S to 310 Mala St., n arly the Pot- TOHN H. ARTON, M.TJ.. OFFICE 715 MAIN Si. HesUenco 7i Garry St. Telephone connections.____________________________ 'A. MoARTHUK. M. D. 0. M., McQILL University. Ptiyalcijra ami Sargood. Of-. Mca 138 Main ovar Androw'n JaWulry store. 71 Graham SE. Telophonft._______ R.AQNEW, PHYS1O1AN ft 9UBOKON, Late Proteasor of the Priuoiplea and Prac- tice ot Medicine, Victoria College, Toronto: late Bargeon Toronto Kvs undTCar loflr- mary. Diseases ot tho Kyo and BMOlally. ArtlBclal Kyoa luaertod. Oermot atreet. Winnipeg.___________ BENT-TWO COMFOJlTABUi: SSKVKN J- roomed brick veneered houses, Nos. and 1U8 Uaslclns Terrace, Carltou SL Apply to G. D. MoVtoar. noTiil-tf TIO KBVT.-DWELtirNa HOUSE, nor Alexander and Mary Sts well flu .IBtied, clratuud, guud and yard. Ap ply to Wi II. Cimpbell, 'llokot Olllce, 47t Main or C. P. Jt fetation. ON OARLTON ST., wt tJUYonng 8t., Kate St.. MoWilllam St., Jetuluia Portage A vs., Llsgar St., St. and Aonabel St. Ap HOUSES TO M5T Aaalnibome St., ply" to 3.' 4. Rowbotliam Block, 4ftd Main St, city. ft Co., Clements' PROPERTIES IFOR SALE. WOR SALK.-TWO HUKDREb AND JT forty aires of land 8 miles from ueotro of city; ouly SifiO per aoro, Inveatmont and sure ot large profit. James Sqatt, 7 XJueun St. Kar a 63 Mo- RBMOTAIJ.--ORS. OLVRK Sc BRUTCOIB havo reinovert to 1 Qo oornar ot Doaald of MoKenzlo's Hotel, aud opposite Knoz Churoh. LEGAL. GBO. F. torno, ftoor, Dunaeo Uloak, pABKIST-HR, AT tornoy, etc. 'fonipbrary Office, second del MACDONA1.D i era. Attorneys, Bloolc. P. A. ataodon CAMERON, flAKRIST- oto. OtHoes, JH'orreat's onild. J. D. Cameron. FOB SAtJC -HOUSE AND LOT ON COH- nor Francis and Bannatyne SU. For fur thorpartlculats apply on premises, 36 Francis btreol. 10-iN ,Mr. in conversa- 'tistnwHh the of Customs when Landry -uHino up r asked him if he wrote a certain in "Le The latter said he did not want anything to do with him. he said this, Landry took up u he had in his hand, 'having the Iftah, rolled around the handle twb struck Afr. LftngiiSi witS tho Diitt'end of iT'on the 'oVev Ihe eye, hing him'. Deftling" ,him couplt more blows he thW sneaked into a for protection'. Beside Landry stood Mr. Trudel, the chief of the rivet police at ''Quebec; who also a wordy attack on, Mr. Lfcnglier. Trudel is a Do-. minion Officer. Hon, Mr. Dowell stodd behind, and although he saw it all he denied doing so at the time. Ijandry entered the houao and handed his Whip artotni to hie friends with much satisfaction. The exouae Inade for the was that Mr. Langlierhadmicusod him in his paper of living in opon adul- tery with his iister-in-law. The case will be vuntilated in the courts. Landry ia editor of the "Nauveliste." In tho House to day the act providing for the taking of the census in Manitoba and the Northwest, passed the committee tind stands for third rending. All the ovening was spent discussing a measure to amend the law of giving evidence in A Narrow Idaoape STURGIS, Mich., Feb. -An infernal maohine was found in bhe basement of Frank's building to day. It Avas sus- CANADIAN. The Dominion Temperance Act In Victoria. Stratford wishes Olty. to Become a Dr. XtlohBrdioB of Chatham Be Badly Hurt while Toboc Woodstock. THE CAPITAL. pended by wires and tHo'fuso lighted, but wehl out. t had OTTAWA, Feb. 2D. A majority of the licensed victuallers who were in the city, returned Itoine lost evening> W'tccJ the Free MHt. A deputation front Toronto has inter- viewed Sir Leonard Tillby with a view of getting oriuoible stool phiced on tho free fist. Izatlop of Halfway Bates. Mr, J. H. Aahdown, of Winnipeg, is here and Canadian Pacific in .reference ol tho tailwaj thay embarked on the steamer which takes them to Egypt, to inspiring strains of -music from the bonds and to tho sweeter music of cheers from the throats of thousands of fellow countrymen, RAILWAY" RATES. American ItaflwajM Anxioiiti to Cut Afraid of the P. petition. B. Copu- A. neetlox of JRood Axenta in Chlcajto JJeflnlto Besnlt Arrived ut. THE SOUDAN ol general Sir Herbert to If tt Lord WolHelipy's _ .Memory. Hafetjv lug With Arabo ,at Abu Klea A Mot Font' Honra. LONBOK, Feb. Korti, despatch says that pen. Buller, who began hisire- treat frofri Giibat several days ago, ihas been compelled 'to halt at 'Abu and enjjrench his trdops in position there, m order to sfifely defend himself against tha rebels, who IUQ gathering jn largo forces on hia line (f retreat Park and Peftrman, on behalf of the Pork-Paokers' Asmociation of On- waited, the Ministers of Finanae and' complained that large meat ipiported into Canada are under thehend of pork duties, the Ministoj-s, pfoiuiacd to at; tend to the matter., a neeting of CHICAGO, Feb. general freight agents of tho roads in the Northwestern Traffic Association and tho general froiglit agent oE.the Paul, Minneapolis Manitolm'llailvtey1 held a meeting yester- day at OpmmisBioner office (6r tha purpose of considering wkat rates should bo made for next summer on busirteet from Canadian points to Muni- in prder tp meet the oompelitixm af PociBc by way of Port rtjiur. Canadian PaciBc was able mer to divert considerable busi- at route from the American i by consistently cutting principal sufferer from !idn is the LORDS AND COMMONS. la the Parliament. Brltlch Colonial Offers of Accepted Ueueral tiordon'a Ulnvy-The Vote of Censure to lie Taken on Monday The 1 In 1'orsla, ait wook, AH it sounded Itko turbulent fighting no notice taken of it. Tlia next morning, on opening tho draw- er, the clerk found a fresh rat-akin urned completely ineito out, as neatly ta oilld have been dona by a InxirJcrniist. akin wat perfect, but ull the other of the physical economy of the rat we gone except tie l.nil. It ovi- t that WHS (ho work of a weasel, which hod been aeon prowling about the iromisea of late, lio seems to be almost but at tho saino tinio ho is "rough >n rats." East Sinicoe Election. TOBONTO, Fob. IJIOR SALE-TWO HUN'DRED AND V forty arresof land 21 imlea from Tycdalt station; abant 80 acres good wood, balance arable and first alas; hay land; only per aure A groat bargain. .Tames Scott, V Quueu St. East. 10 2f> FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENT ON FOJIT- Avenue. Two large corner lota sold three is tru ago at per loot frontage. ent prloe about tl.5 per foot. A great barealn. S. A. Rowbotham Co., Clements' Bloak, 498 Main St. continually Menacing tha British' fortes, E1ARM rOKaALB.-4'MiLHa r on 3targeon Qrook, WO Hoi ea-400 Wire fanned: 200 aorus viciiler orop. Thisyoar raised 30 bunhels to aoro. Terms reasonable. Full pirtioulars enquire Watson M'I'e Co., Market Square. ang2T-tf COKBOUliD BAKllBTERd, SoUoltots, elo. New Vfoatniinitcr. Bn.6- 6, K. Corbould. A. J. MoOOil. A' NDRKW3 CARBBRT, BARRIS'f KRB Atoraws. feo.. Main rt., Wlantoea: 6, A. V. Andrews, Otiaa. BT'arboH. SUrTON IB SISTON, BAHKISTBKS, AT tornvys, elo.. oto Offloe corner Hoaaei Foarla street, Brandon. A. L. Nvtloes   Block, Mala Street, W innipeg, Ban. J. H. Muuaoa. Q. W. Allan. Joliu OAMPBKLIi ft eto. Office. OBAW Hargrove, DAILY Pot the II woniy lonr hoars ending at p. mi THERMOMBTMR. Uax< Mln. Saturday, Feb. 14 2i Ijl Feb POQ.1B................. -11. -364 Feb.17.........-.. -30 'iTcbilfl -2-27 Fob 20................. criminal oases by Mr. Oamcron The bill provides that a maa acoUsed of iirime oan give evidence on his ewu be- half. the third session this mca- imre has boon introduoed, The bill passed its second reading by a vote of 87 to 66. Royal voted' against the bill, Watson voted for it. A petition for a bill for a railway from Portage la Prairie to Lake of the Woods passed the standing orders committee to-day. Sir Richard Cartwright intends moving a vote of censuie on the Government for loaning to tho Exchange bank knowing it to be in a rotten state, there- fore losing money when the bank failod. The special Parliamentary Committee met to-day and decided that it was ex- pedient that a provision be madss for pro- tection againat undue preferences, accom- panied by reasonable' facility for the discharge of debtors not guilty of miscon- duct and who had mude a full disclosure of their assets. Mr. Royal, of Winnipeg, said it the Chambers of Commerce which wished the change. He did .not see that it was necessary. The same coni; uuttee reported in favor of bringing in n Bankruptcy Act. AMERICAN. A special despatch indicates that "Wolse- ley will have< to sends strong, reinforce' raent to Gen, Buller if the latter ia tu be rescued from hia perillous position. Grave fears Buller Gen. Gordon unless speedily rescued. Another message says that General ful- ler reports from Abu Klon. on Tuesday ua follows 'About thirty of the enemys' cavalry sooutcrl around us all day on Monday ai'o entertained that Gen. may meet the fato 1 of the committee on privileges and eleotions this morning, certified copies of the judg- ment of the Court of Appeal in the East Simcoe case declaring the election of Charles Drury voided, were laid before them., Hon. Mr. Frazor intimated that Drurj! would claim the seat and move that he be notified to appear before the committee next Tuesday, which carriocl, The (City of BtratforU. Tin) private bills committee this morn- ing decided that before granting an act incorporating the town of Stratford as a city, 11 vote of the people on the question must be taken not later than March the 4Ui. CurlJIui; Club Competition. The final competition for ithe Ontario tankards, between tho Hamilton Thistle and the Orillia Curling Clubs, took place to-day. The result wan in favor of the latter by 8 shots. ness. Tuesday, BAR nines. W Hamilton. V O TKINS, OOLVBll ft HAMILTON A, Offloe over Imperial Main street. Wionl; H, Onlvw, O. K. Mammon, v tt! A- W. H. Long. AjAM RICH4.RD3, DUOPHY Jt. Ylvlan, BArrlstara A. 0. KUlam. "Hlnik, Main SI.. V" sk O FPIOK3 AND STORKS TO BBNl' IN ____Blook. Main atro.it. Apply in, McDonald St Co. Thursday, Friday, Barometer 143. A Fatal Hallway Accident in Virginia. and they were reinforced about an Hour before dark by infantry armed with nfics. Thelatter crossed hills to the north- east of us and kept tip a well maintained but desultory fire. This fire has thus far caused sixteen casualties. I am perfectly here against attack of even tt larger force but of course this long range firinc; ia annoying." k Gen. Wood at Gakdul js Sending a transport of camels to .General Kuller as the fatter need some more transport aervi< e. Lord Wolseley also nays: "I antici- pate that on the arrival the camels at Abu Klea that General Buller will move toGftkdul." OBNfclUl STEWART BEAD. KOBTI, Feb. General Sir Herbort Stewart, who was wounded at tho battle of Abu Klaa, died on the 16th at 'Gakdul Wells, to which place he had been re- moval. His death oasfa n gloom over tha entire British army. The stated that Gen. Stewart's wound was of such a character that recovery was hopeleus from the first. LONDON, Feb. A from Lord Wolseley advising the Government of the death of General Stewart, says "General Stewart wJl be burned at tho entrance of the valley leading to Gakdul. He will receive a soldiers funeral No bravar aotdidr OT more brilliant loader ever wore the Queen's uniform. Eng- land ill afford to lose this young General. LONDON, Feb. 21. Abu Klea de- spatch says: Three new forts havo been built. Lord Charles Bor'dSftird occupies Beat h of llev. Mr. HAMILTON, Feb. 20. A cablegram an- nounnes the death in India of Rev. A. V. Timpany, of tho Canadian Baptist For- eign Society. and the official! of are aniiouu that the roads WoB'tern Trafho Association jom It in making euoh low through m points to in a" aV to prevent' Uie Canaclinn rom getting tho bulk of tho busi- was discussed' iu nil its bearings, and' it was admitted by tha ro- presentativea' bhe 'Chicago lines ihat some sfceprt wovlJd have to bo taken, to the competition of the Canadian Pacific, which is growing more active from year to year. But thoy would not ngrea to a pro rate as demanded by the St. Paul, Minneapolis Manitoba, being of the Opinion that the greater portion of the reduction should be borne by that road. Tho mooting finally adjourned without having reached any.dafinito re- sult. Another mooting tor the name Surpose will probably bo held m a few ays, A Forcer ConiniHted. LONDON, FTO. Armstrong, recently arrested for trying to get loan on forged deeds, was committed for trial to-day. CHATHAM. Dropped CHATHAM, Feb. George E. Rich.irdaon, a prominent physician here, dropjpcd dead tins afternoon. Suddenly Killed. Wm. Toultause was instantly killed to- day by a Jog rolling off a sleigh on him. WOODSTOCK. Injured While Tobogganing. WOOBSTOCK, Fob. In- gergdl, a son of Col. Ingersoll, county registrar, was run into at the toboggan slme last night and had hia right leg broken in five places. It will have to be amputated. CABLE NEWS, A Mysterious Affair on the StcAiuer Celtic. Burton the Dynamiter WuntH ta  kiln to-day. Previous to their setting out.fr.om Windsor they were addressed lay the Prinoe of Wales. He naid ho well remembered the day thirty-one years ago this same battalion departed for th'J Cronea? and ha (tistmutly recalled the br.wery widiiwhich thoy bore their part in that greatrtruggle. In the campaign upon which they now entered he felt sure they trould uphold the honor of the country. In conclusion he wished them God speed, and and speedy return to England. After this the P-rince shook hands heartily with the officers, while the men raised enthusiastic cheers. The Queen commemorated the occasion any thing "was stolen. This violation of the postal laws must hnve occuired be- fore the steamer left New York. It is surmised that it Waso Fenian attempt to the contgnts.of the despatches to the Ertglish Government or else a bold attempt ftt mail robbery. CalliBffont tile JHllltln. Two batteries of artillaty and regi- ments of infantry aud militia, one being an regiment hivvo been embodied. btliovad that n. portion of the militia will be used to garrison Ireland. The Vate of UeiiHure. A large body of Liberals will be absent from town. Abont sevou or eight Lib- 01 ale aro said to inton'd- voting against the Ministry, Tho Irish votus are doubt- ful; but is believed that they -Will be plumped against the Ministry if tho Tories should give them u guarantee not to gerrymander tlie Ulster Parliamentary districts. bumtafc ono tima in a funiaca specially oonBtiucted for that purpose. Formerly, from some peculiarity in the ink with which the notes were vir'ntcd, tho cre- mated notes burnt a solid blue clinkoi- but the composition of the ink has boon altered, ond tho paper burnt U) a, fine gray ash. The fumes' of tho burn- ing paper are extremely denao and pun- gent and to prevent any nuisanco aris- ing from tliiii cause, tho process of crema- tion in carried out at dead of night, when tho city m comparatively deserted. Fur- ther, in oidor to njitigatc tho density of tho fumos, they are made_ to ascend through n shower of falling water, the chimney shaft being littcd with a. special nhoivur-bnth arrnngoiiTent for thu pur- pose. The stock, of gold in thu bullion vault varies from one lo three million pounds sterling. Tho hiisuroluid fide by Bid o on small llut bucks 01 bnirong cuiry formerly sue an Bending an autograph letter to the officers. She assured thorn of heir good wiahes and praycra. Alter the Inapection was oyer, the Guarda marohpd the coatje tr> the South- weateirn railway. Thp atreets through which they passed were brightly decor- ated with flags and bannen. Crowds of thronged tho walks and cheered the marched At (.jie they quickly entewtd. the train aiid vfote brought atation, London. An immense crowd had col- kicted here and tho arrival of the train nas greeted by tremendous cheering. Ihe wives of the aoldiera were admitted to the platform to bid their huisbanda good-bye, ind the pathetic scenes of when the Oflldetreain Guarda took leave, were again enacted. When tlie last partings were ovor tho train The whole house was now alarmed, and tho men made off, taking their wounded ing 100 bars lu ISOt'UAK ETHNOLOGY. A of (he ri-ople Who HOW Absorbliij: Vrneral Inter- est. bllttfelphla TJmcs. Thu anthropological sociutj of Wash- rijjton havo just received from tlio au- niatidito of London an ax- remcly iliteresiiiig paper on the oth- lology of Egyptian Soudan, prepared by 'rofessor A. 11. Kcano, a niembor of the intitule council. This paper throws auah light upon the characteristics of :he and predatory people who, under a lender of Islam, am to-dny dis- tuting tho occupation of theii territory >y oho of tlie most formidable nations of Jhriltendom. Tlie vrritur states that expreasion Soudnti, or Beled-ea-Sou- of tho applies to whole logicn between the Atlantic Hid the Ked Sen. und from the Sahara and Egypt tho equa- ,ot. Ethnically apeaking, it is the atld of transition between the rJamitci) of the north and the negroea of South Africa The coat Soudan, tho iceno ol the Biitiijh military operations, the Writer aaya, ia thn converging point of nMrly all tliu AfricAii racea. In giving the distribution of thcso races he i-hat the Boinaraet Nilo connecting Lake Viotorift and Albert Nyanza flows Lhrough Bantu territory. Tho Bahr-cl- Jebel betwenn Luke Albert and the iu held by negroes. The White Kile between Bobat and tlie BUo Nile ocniUuoncpB and tho main stream nor th- is occupied on thu loft chiefly by Semites uiid on tho right by Mamitea. From Dongola lo Asimn, on tho Egyptian frontier, tho valley between the Libyan and Arabian deaorts is held by Kubians. Tho whole region caat of thia valley, far as tho lied Sea and between the Abyssinian highlands ind tho coast round to Oapo Gardafui and south to the equator is huld by TUB A1UD WASTES and atcppcacwost of the Nilo are held un- tirely by the Semite nomads, while in' outlying province of Koidofun and Darfur Sera .tea, Nubmiu, negroes, and Qamitca ami ITulahs aro intermingled. Thus along tho ccnuse of the Kilt tho writer shown that tho negroea occupy tlio south, the Semites and Unm- itci the centre and Nubians Ilia north. Although ofticislly included in tln> Egyp- tian province of tho equator tho ptoplu uf this region, tho Bantua, have never bcctt conquered. They have exclusive pos- session of tho southern half of tho con- tinent, except tho region of the Hotten- tots and buahniun, und oxtond to five degrees north of Iho equator. They arc negroid rather than negroes. Pro- f'jDtor Keantt shou a that the negro is numerically the most important ele- ment in Ecyptnm Soudan nnd hith- erto has hold almost undisturbed puucsuion. Within tho area of the countless of tho White Nile m this poition of tho Soudan ia con- centrated ono linlf tho population of the whole Nilo basin, from tho equatorial lakes to tho Mediterranean, and embraces an estimated population of forty millions of pooplo. Thin includes seytnal powur- fill negro nations still amoving political afttonomy, ns t lo JiiUu and Monbuttu Holic of these regions within tlio Khedive's do- ninin. In Nilotic peoples the eahcnl. fcatitica of tlio rncu aro less promi "nt than elatnliuio. Although lalain has made eome j nvgross tho bulk of thoiio people aio Btill nature When preparing Inr bitllo Iho "medicine man" infant and placou tho blood- ing victim on tlio wnr path, to bo trampled by tho warriors marching to victory, hfuman flit in a staple uf trade. Tho Monljuttu cure for future uao tho bodioa of the slain in battle and preserve their prisoners for tomblo cruelties. Tha Nilotic raoea in many eaaes are SKILLED IN USEFirr, as agi icultui'o, iron amoUing and casiting, ivuavitm and manufacture of poltory. Thu loin) and ornamental designs of their uteiinils display artistic taste, while their iron implemonts have u tamper superior that of European manufacture. They arc canmbiils and yet mvivv a rcgn.rd Binl devotion tu tlie sex. Tho SonutoJ or Caucmio stack of Northwestern Afri- ari desanbed as t'lo Goktanidcs and Iho Imiiai.'litios or Aiaha. Since tho Mo- hammt-dan inyiiBioii of tlio auvouteenih. centiuy, lliis clement lins become pre- dominate and it is 1 ho disturbing influ- ence which inspires fanaticism, promotes dealing in alavi-s, and without it tliora would bo DO Mnhdiaanl no Egyptian question to perplex Uie council! of Burc- jjenn statesmanship and to break up inin- iBtrieH. In doscribine the chalfictcristica of ihceu iiooplo, Ihis paper npenka of them aa prnud, ignoTant, bigoUnl, uomandio owners o( cattle, CHmela, horses and slaves, hunters, robbers and wnrrJoi'a. Tho life of the men ia dovotcd Iu caiiug for tlicircatllev slavo- hunting and war, while the women iilt Uie fields, Tho Arab tubes aio described, an powerful com inn ud ing gtont infiuunce among tho suriounding pop'nintions and often defy tha supremo authority or com- pel it to accept their conditions in tho administration of East em Soudan. Tho same paper tlion npi-uks of the Maiuito racns, the true, ingenioua elomotit iu Nortli Africa, their Botmtet, boing recent intruder! from Arabia. Tho Kthiopinn UuniiUs, or northern tho most important, occupy district, Mid thoir wan-Kn-s iMgelyjwr- ticipatod in llio operations before and aftof tho bftitle of Itl Tell, They deflcnbod on wf bioure, awarthy or livlit chosulute complexion, of Caucaaio or JSiiroponn type of features, with long, crisp hair, Calling in ringlets over the shoulders. They are describ- ed; as this AHirinert Lprd Duffertn, General of Canada, who recently coeded Lord Bipon as Viceroy of linn demanded that soldiers, shall ho sent to Indift as reinforcements. He makeu the demand on the ground that the British garrisonis and Gold troops are absurdly weak in view of tho pfospect of a Russian, nqv0110" on India, by way of Afghanistan. liarton Informer. It is stated that Burton, under ai-reat an accomplice of JairjoB Cun- ningham for causing ttya Tower Lon.don, abput to turn in- formey. Burton is actually ill froni terror, resulting from his position, nnd has indicated a disposition to give the Government the be noli 1 of all informa- tion in his possession concerning the recent dynamite conspiracies. GladgtODt'a LONDON, B'eb, It is denied now that Mr, Gladstone will leave Cab- inet of three woclh, The man whose corporeal neoossitios vault is soon a portion of the nity paid by King Coflee, of Aahantoe, consisting of gold ornaments, a, Hltlo short of standard hnencsa. Tlie safe- guards against robbery, either by force or are and At bio poliits by an ample nulilai-y foroo. In the cvont of attack from without, thoro are gallpriii? can bo put from roof, aud which wquld. able n bo< ly of sharp shooters tw raka Hve streets, in, all fow pcaplo are luynro thiit tho of Pnglftiw within walla a graveyard, but aueh is n tlto 1780, fact, Tho ohinfly occupied with camel breeding and us caravan Isadora, governed by heredi- tary ahcikha, and, like their Damitic nn'l kincired elsewhere, are disting- uished for their personal bravery and tovO of freedom. From the third to the iitkth century of tho present era they in- lieaied the aouthorn frontiers of Egypt, and, though of ton defeated by Aurolian Pi'obua, oonvinueil to harasw tbeia outlying of tlio umpire and tin- ully oompellod Dioclutifui to withdraw the Roman garrison from the region oi the oStamckj, thorn by tho wav- (Gordon during which tho moved out from the station amid renewed compel him to sandwich, hirnselt between cheers from the multitude, and proceed- Iwo advertising signs and perambulate comradij with by the blood them, ;They were traced marks on tlie snow. The the thfr ice to yeitarduy f punded man tin4, with north. The clerk becitnu exhausted five j others, received a, long sent--' miles from shore, but help wap rendered from some of the farm-houses and he was carried the remainder of the distance. They report thirteen men aboard, with .The number of in the world every year is said to be ed to Gravesend, At all the stations on the way crowds were assembled and en- thusiastic cheers greeted the train. It iraa a constant ovation from Windsor to Grftvesend. The njen, though touched Iff ftp jesye-taking, quipkly and were soon- remarkably high upirits, Hinging war song after war song with litirring At Gravesend an en- reception awaited the street deserves a good deal more sym- pathy than he receives. When Lloyd's Regiatet was established in HB presort form fifty years ago, thp largest vesaelon its boojis was tho Goo- of toria burden. Now thera are 195 vessels of over tona one of them-the City of more than six times as large as the George IV, bank was attacked by a mob, called attention to tho nocennlty for strengthening itl defences. Competent authoiities advised that an adjoining church, rejoicing in tlio appropriate namo of St. Christopher-le-Stopka, WM itt military senao a source of danger, and ac- poi-djngly an act ol parliament WAR passed to onabta thp directors to purohasn the church and its appurtenancea. The old churchyard, tastefully laid out, now forma what is known as the bank "cat- the handsome "Court room or "Bunk abutting on one of its oulea. Thoro ia a magmttcionl treo, ono of tho largest in in, tho centre of tho fiard.on, and tradition states. under this treo a former clerk of the bank, eight) feet high, liea buried. like Nubi.tM tribes from tho groat oaais of Kurgto in Upjicr Egypt. Tho pnyer then pioceedu to jjive an account of piwpla of venerable antiquity, now known us the ant) which cradled in Kordofen HigWunds over settled in the preaent Kargev and valley of tho Nile about Meioel In B45 they embraced Chrm'iamty nnd formed the pownrful African kingdom off Dongolu, which lasted 700 years and WM ovaitthrown by tho Arabs and came uinder tho dominion of Islam. Tho Nile live in settled and semi-civilized Mohem- medan communities and aro treated oa an ecjuility in Kj-ypt, whore num- bers 'aro ungnged us free porters, WOHH.. Wateitiury (Conn) Amcilean. A noise was heard m an Qmpty drawer at WilliamB1 drug in Thoujaston by one of clerks at a late hour one night nnd in other, They urn strong and muscW, warlike and oiiorgotio and generally excel the Egypt- ians, the preiicwt Mahdi is a Nubian of Dongolet, hut baa found liwvliiof fitipport, his own zonntrrrneii, but among the m oro reeentiy converted rcios end tho Aiub and oprnmuin'tips of Kordofan aud. other of eastern Soiidftn, SPAPFRf   

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