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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - January 26, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                Vol. VII. WINNIPEG, WEDNK8UA.Y. JA.NTJARY m MANTOBA FREE PRESS, (DAILY EDITION) It publtahetl every lawful day at 6 o'clock tlio Stuam 1'rluUnn WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, Mt Subscription, Twenty-five Cento Free dellvury In nil partu or Bluijle copies. Five each- ADVEHT1SINO UATE8. itt 10 m IN.UO 00 ije 10 in> tt.OM 4. ix> 4.1HI 'I 0.1 One column, montli............. One column, fortnight........... jQftCOlmtxn, onu week.............. column, one month Half column, one fortnight Half coUiiiin, one Quarter column, onu uumlu......... QomrUir column, nne fortnltflit OtaUfcTtor column, one wt-'k............ i culuinn.'oue I'orlul i column, one weelt........ Oolutuu mill -lumn rates npply coiiimt-roial -erlfevnienl.1 only, finia ho rolntlnK lo Hy- aali-s. Trnitjrs wttuiud, I'wri- H, EnlertftlnnientB.ornuylhlug transitory clinnwlev. Profe.iiilonH) 1'H.rdn of six llaei anil under, inonlli. Atlvi-ntslnK, noii- calell, Hrst lusertlou f> each nubse- ment lixm-rtlnn f< vprtliwrtiunl Inscrlril for less than publlfchetl ujulur any clrniim- Bmsctu) Notices. 15 per line eacli la-   UOOU, M.B., PHT3101AN AND SURGEON. to la o'clock n-ra-. 2 to Office hour SURGEON DENTIST, Orailuat" of L-CI.II-.. Toronto. Unt. II.'.Y A- o'R. IIJ.Y. EARKISTEKS, ATTORNEYS, ETC. I Illl'll T7-l a T. A. M WINNIPEG .illl-Dl TOROMTO: (i. II. HEBEKAROKTBALD. I i E. U. .Ura n REMEMBER THE OYSTER SUPPER 1M ZIOIsT ON THURSDAY, the 27th last over Offli-e, Tea Kurved from 6 to S p.m. Hucltatiini.s itiul Ailinlswlon, con's. .lnn'Jtt-27 FIRE BRIGADE. A Hppcliil of Klro llrlcrndn nnd will take place TO-.MuHHOW IVEN1NU at 7: o'clock at I In- Hull. JAMES LKVY, .lnn'JS-27 S VJ Ll O'l'lCK JS' HKRKBY OflVflN that nppllcntl-ui will nimlc lo the Manitoba al UsMl- to lii'tti lit March, 1SSI, lur an act to In- compnnv with power to const rtiul, a Hnt3 of railway In con- ii oflho oftliet.'un- ulinn Pae-lflr Kullnay from Its Jum'tlon with lu- or nt-.-ir tin- vHlnsji-oi'MliHiuwnll, o n point Lain- MatulnUa lit or ni-ar tin- Illituo ofouk 1'iilnl. ltl> liny or.Tnmiarv, 1W1. UO.SS A KILL. AM, lor appl N OTICK IS UKRt'lRV (ilVKS TIIATiipplli'ftl'ttn 111 made to the arllmm-nl or ill Its next or mi Act In Incoi imruti- u company to cdli- iruct mill work it railway from u point on )u- I'lvnacllmi ranlli- Kalhvuv ot I In- Inilioliif Klvr. liu'iii-f horlhw-t'sU-rly In thi> llri'i-tlon of Uikc-In tVu-c liver tllstrli-l. A No nil I I" Ini'orpomlu t In coi'iinu'i iind work a ntllwny roni u point ut or ni.ir tin: ollxtw of the Sonih SiisUati'lifwnn Itivi-r, tin mv lo n point n or near Hi.- forks of thu Stmknlrhe-wnn ami llirnri; norllicust.Tly It) HiuUon s )jiv. it liruiicli Miutliwos.lorly iiiung or >oar 1110 of mtli AKi-iit lor appllcunls. Toronlu, IX-c, 2nd. MORTGAGE SALE. KT AL. P. Ptirstiant lo Hi'1 dri rve nnd tlnal order lor nil! In this c.iiisc nii'l IM-III-IIIB n1- .iici'llvi-ly I MO iwi'iily-' lulit il.i.v orsopi.-in- IS-t. i In- Hi vii'i'iilli or .liiiiiini-y. tlit-ri> will wl'li Itii-iipproltution >f Allan Mucdoii'ilil, Mnslur of this Jilnlllppp. "V A. Wrlnht, line- loni-iT. ut his Hitrlion room. In tno ol nl the hour o! Iw'i-lvc oi-loi-k noon, on UifTIIIKU OK bKHKtl iitliowuiK lands nnd pn-nilHCM In one tnircfl, mimi'lv l.ois I'DI and in thrci1, Hilil- n's llnv l'onipn'iy "st'l'v''- Thoif is on ilu- Iliif brick two- story houw nenrly i-oinpli'l'-il, aim a new brick Hlalile Tin- prop'-rtv will hi> oIliTi-il fur snip subji-cl to iin upsi'l pr'li-c whlrh liu- llxfcl lo lUo Mild Jtaitural llirrc IhoiiMirul iloUars. TKltMH CASH. In all other I ho tcrini and con- llivn.s (ifsiilr will till' sliuulliiK conditions ol rtic t'ourl of itaocn'M Hi nch, In Kiinlty. run Iroin KKltlSA WtJOD, Dated the 17th ilnv of for tlir- .Inmiarv. A 11. ISM. s Hlalntltrs. (-Bdr ALLAN M Vt M u.itcr ,lan-is '.M-2fi _______________ CITY AND PROVINCIAL. OVSTKR supper in church lo mor- row evening. MH. Buows, mnnajior Bank, is still very ill. of the Ontario THK Y. M. C'. A. uiro holding pruyer meetings in the various boarding houses. (IKKA.T preparation-! are being made I'or the skating carnival on. Friday evening next. _ MLSSRI. Htiiwxs it Yor.vn an I A: .Inokbon have reniured their ollices to the tecoiul lluor of llio Caldwell block. THK Church of Temperance Society will givo art entertainment on Monday evening in St. Andrew's Hull. AT llio city police court this morning Thotmis Haley and lleihuring- ton, twodrunka, wero usual dollar and costs. relieved of the TIIK of Mr. J. F. Bain will be glad to know that the air of Southern France is agreeing with linn. Ho is uetter and will reiuni home in spring. MBKTINU tit Knox .rdi, in eonriee tion with Manitoba Collegolhis evening. The prizes, medals, etc., will be pre- Dented. All inleiestud in education are invited. SO.MKIIODY lias burn depositing jrarb- n Avenue. oppooile Major Conkhn'h residence. As that gentleman luis no use lor the material in ijiit'stion. tho owner is re.questtd to prove properly and tnke thn stutl'invay, WILL Mr. Kochon, who put n head on Robert iNolun at SI. lionilacu the othei day, be good enough to call on the. police, and either explain the matter nivny or I'oik over enough lucra to ntop up the hole knocked, in the statute. Tin: market clerk r.iked up all the loose, hav on tho murkel thi.s morning, und set lire to it. It produced a vast volume ol'smoke, which elhvtually drove the mosquitoes away, and added much t" the cheerfulness ot pedestrians on thw lee side of the ntroet, Hl'HNN. Hoiv HoimriHl Illm In Throughout the Scottish world day tluevo was a day of general rejoicing, n ('.out iicinoni ton ot tho one hundred and twenty-second anniversary of tho birth of Kobert Burns. Burns, we noeil scarcely remark, was a Scotchman, and wns Lorn at tin early age. Wo glean (this much from tho und from tra- dition, If'j made ami very good poetiy, too, fwnu'timej anil there- loro i.s not to bo cla.vs.cd with the. heuu- tit'nl fiend, ll would be in order to review the life of one whoso name shedH such hiatro upon page of .Scottish hif-tory, but as this has been done yeivr hy year ever since he a-cended lliB stair, wo propone to origin 'il on this occasion ntid omit nil v lengthened remai k.s relative to hib eareer. Sullico it to any that he was born of poor but pious patents on the of Jiuiiiary, and therefbro it' he had lived to the present dny ho would now bo ono hundred and twenty-two yenr.s of age This would a ripe ed havo been ago if ho old ago if ho bad lo il. His father iu very humble circumstances owing to a lack of funds. I-'or this reason he (the elder Jlurnsj foioed to leave hi-s native county ol'Kinuardino ami move to vicinity of Edinburgh, whore ho ob- tained employment as a tnarkut garden- rr. TJn-i did not piovua lucrativu sjiecu- Ution. and ho .siibseiiuetitly removed to Avr, vrheie lie found at a similar oeiMipal ion, nnd obtained a lease of am s of' ground and erected a "little clay built in which his poet son was born. This '-little clay built cottage" was no relation to the "lilllo mud" cabin by tho of which '1'hi- Tra- Winnipeg Snow Shoe Club t_ THKRK wih a special nu'pting of the executive! council ol' the 11 istom-iil ami itic Society, to-uiorrow J at the now rooms, Mc- Kay's liloi-k, nt tlie adoption of tlie annual report be considered, und a regular nn-eling ol' tho wLolo solely ftl X o'clock. THK preparations I'or the reproilnrtinn of tho skalinat-aniiwil on l-'riilay cvcninjr art- going Ijravc-ly on. Several now JUT t startling features will be introihiretl at onormnns expense. It is expected, now Ih.-.t tlio calico hall is or! tho peoples minds, that llio coming letc will he a bigger hooin than tlie last one. THE eight enrlors are the to compute fur the -.l Trump Hi. snow -dines 1-. K. "tit oV-l.ick Tin- 1'rt sidctit will lead. l III'.IM, VNP ____________ r.-a'.. Notice. .iv ntnci- ETC. AKTMl'K W Winnipeg. nl AI.KX. IKFNS. A i i.vi'.ii, Olnce-Ovj Hiciiard.smj's, L'o-l "Jlhce. Main Mlrecl. security Monpy to l Banistflr, Attrney, It.-. N W-T- Ltui'ls loi-iteil, s-ot.l mission. snll. t'c'l. 'll l-'roni lids till UK SIOL-U The iiiukTsK'ncu loiiiMirm and tin- public n> g.-in'rnl Unit lie is nbout In the limilii-r luxliu-ss In Mctntruul mt'l kikes llilii.pii'irliin.ly tliimUinlJ tln'in en m business In this city. (ir-l ol' March nust the He AT A SHADE OVER COST, Fixtures nnd will of tin: Imslnoss will c.-iokl on roriHOiuU'lP I" riHS. The vtu.le plant nf llm Miinllubii Sfnlll Wiitor Works" will bo hold on cxccodlHKly ibernl Ifi-nis. All aci-otmls due me setlltnl bt- Iwi-i-rt IhlsiniiJ ofMan-li nc.xt. AH nccourits 'Iu ''.v inp nlso bt' Ih'U time.'. ixni-lforpel thai rny stock In trndc will be isjMWf.l AT A SlftDK OVEll COST. P, POULIN, Gnvernor-tVeni'i'td'.s silver medul stond in tin-tirderof their success us follows: Alex Met io.van, 10 P A Me Donahl, S; W McMillan. T C'lir nmn, 7; H Keith, I'M A McNcv, A Ely the, 4; llayler llei.l, 1. Tun Manitobii Collepe meeting in Knox Churrh to-night at nronnae.-. in in- one ofinlere.st. Tim Miiuteand will appear in academic eostume, Ihe tnednls, burs-m-ies nnd prizes will he pie seiited, and ufierwmds iiddres.se.s ivill I..- illven by a nnuiber of our best :rhe mayor of llie c ty will pre.sidc-. Ex M und Aid. More linve relinni-d lioiu their hunting expedition. The atbur wiis a complete sucefss, both "cntlemen havinp hiul no eml of hunt infi. Aid. More tired BOIIIO seventeen times at a deer nnd wsis preparinn to send in bin eiuhUenth shot, when llie wearied und impulient nnimal vvjike.i away in disgust. ___ Tun Mitiiiinif ('liruttit'te under stands tlnvt Uev. li'. 1'itblado luis in i-onrse of preparntion a st ries ot two leetures, to be dehveied the clu.-e of the present-aud beginning of next month, on Manitoba. A poitinn ol the proceeds of th'Jhi> discourses will be de- voted to the Northwe.st. Mr. Fitblado Hpent Ihiee monlhd in around this countrv hiht niinitner ami pre.snnmhly Ims n tolt-rably "nod idon o! what he intends to talk about. A HiPMN.H Of F1KK. Mr. Specis the other mud cabin was of Irish extraction, ditiou uiiil Iho Tiwtn tell us that "little clay built uolUge" was an obje-'U of much vein-ration to "erowds of eiuhu- siiiilie1 from many v.lm liiid j'lroiiiil'lv never seen a '-little clip built Ijefore, nml who Iherelor-- vUiteil it in larf-'i.1 probably to study its unique architecture, and pro- bably to do homage to tiie jiennis of Scut hi lid's bard, Hubert. a lender was to school al Alloway Mill, about n mile, from Ins futhef.s hou-f, and there it id prosumed he played hookey, and unt in iii.uiy :is the average umall boy of the 'period. However, we do noi assert this a.s a Inct, bec-atibc his- tory is silent on this pcuiit. iJelorc liohert was nine years old hu propensity I'or reading beriime such lluu he perused wish enthusiasm book that m his way, but n.s thi-re were no per- nieio n dime novels in thosu days lo wurp the nnder-standing and make und In.linn estei mimilor.s of the risini; eenenitiou, liobeit was nieruirul.'y presi ne I fioiii such ii f Ue, nnd urcw up into 11 poet ol Iho I'.r.sl Ills tn.sle for romantii liclion lirat inspired bj (lie ehimney corner tule-, of nti old woman ;u hir> futliei's hunily, remarkable for her ignorance, credulity find Mipfr- stiliim, who, snys Burns, writing in hud collection in the oo'intry of tiles nnd ilevii-, fiirie-, witches, liM'k.s, Njiiinkios, kelpies, dein I lights, wrailhs, t nn triiipi, giants, enchanted and other Irnmiiery. Thid, at lii.st sight, would .seem lo be enoimh d- indiic-o any poet ol the present day lo m-ikei an of him-elt, und, indeed, there are my rinds of them who Inivc done scion mui-h sli.'liler provocation. I1" IIMI- A. I'ue to a .syren of tins kind, and then went lishmg for snakes in his resulted in the production ol Ihe "U.ivi-n." cine of ihe wm.-t nnd wiMe.-t rjiee.nneii.s of jioetiy w.lh which our common humanity ha' ever bi'dl UlOl-ked. i'.ilt JilirilS WCIS tlKlde of ster I.T ".lull. Tho slo about i evil's, dinjions, and so Oil, went in at one.- cur and out at tho otho leiuiii' only Miltieient Inico of the i to develop iho .seeds poe-liy whicii had been deposited .n the mind o! Hin us hy mil in u. It must not i.e inl'eii. -1 th thut Hums was ,i hard seed, r'ur from it. Mo as a most iiii'l pi-nnive young inuti, n kiiH and nil nidulgenl father. A.s he iippiciuehcd nian'n estnle, Hums e.-u "m.ished" on Mary u.i.l would have her ha I hhe noi tin tied up litT toe.s somnwhat prema proceeding Ibi wlncli she ivas. not er to Their lint pmtiiijj on llie hanlia of the Ayr in he, uiilnl in Ins hi loadi rs, xvilh a inmnificent recKlesMieHs envelopeel the wlniln sex in their octopu- hian all'eetiona. No such club could livo noW'ft-dnj'H. becatiBO the wear and tear on' tho average pro (eased lovor of a sinflo girl suuli as would cause him toni'ik under n double infliction. Burns wan nKo a r'reemason, and up to the of his death bore evitlenoea on his perHon of tlio savage treatment ho received at the hands of the goat onlho ocl onsion of his iniliution. Kobfrt nnd .iis hrotlier Ciilhert rented a farm of acres froin this Kurlol London, for w deh tliey paid ninety jioumls a year. I'obert's share of the prolits amounted to the annual aniu of seven pounds, HO that ha speedily grew weallhy, and was only prevented from fitnrling a news- paper by the difficulty he experienced in getting subscribers, who would only place their names upon the lint on con- dition thut they might pay their sub- .sc.riplion.s iu wood und garden What (Ill's prolits out ot ihe farm were i.s not iippnient, but MB he Bubsetnien'ly be- came city editor of an Edinburgh d.iily, it is supposed that he was enormously ich. Burns subsequently man ied Armour, took to writing va.sl fpianti-, ne.s of poetry, by which means his lame became widely' circulated through tho three ilis f'tiiily grew up with thu country. Hums in now dead, having pulsed'in his chocks early on the morning of .1 illy Ul, His funeral was largely ut tended. Thi.s review of tho life of tho great poet would be incomplete without men- tion oflho conceit and kill which look place last evening in coinim'inornlion "I his debut on this em till) MSL-IK-. 'I'he concert was largely attended, and tis it ,vas a promeiuido nlliiir, the .spet-liiloi enjoyed themselvi's immensely hy plant- ing themselves on the benche-, and mg there. The attendaneo ot Kidie.s wu-. probably not as large as il would h.'ive Ijeen had there no ball lo follow, n.-> many of them were garbed in ball loom tire, und preferred to reserve then for the latter purl nf the evening- was keenly hut alleviated by the of the tabby cat from tho pohee station, who made her dehut with Ihe most feline simplicity. She had beon atlired by the hobbies iu a calico neekt.e and polonai-n, but not beipg a vain cat, sho had and scratched till ahe got rid ol her adorn- men whonsho made her appi'iiianec was arrayed simply and in ihe yellow and white robo which ti.it'ire h.id I'urni-ihed her. After making her bow on the bhe descended blithely to the body of tho hall, and unteicd into an animated ooh vernation with aevei.il Indies with the most uiialii'i'tod nrbiin- ity. The followini- was iho pioniammo, which we may briefly dispose of by cay- ing that the various performors acquitted themseives very well, especially Mrs. Hoy, whoonng Has JCyon1' in a manner which leli no doubt of the fact, und who being tho only lady on tlie pro- gramme was greeted with a de- servedly warm reception: on tlio Npinhacti. Wllli 'nil orrhi'Htrnl acrompiiminenl "The Mr Hhi'rt. tlie Slarltalil." Mrs. inul Mr.Juhn JOi eircj Mr. Webb. v t i l ALMAM'K. There was an adjourned meeting yes- terday of the Dominion Alliance. After routine the prehident submit. led a draft ol the annual i.s to he rend at the annual public nulling. l motion of Mr. Nixon, soo-imit-d b> Hcv. O. Kortin, the document re- ferred to a committee consisting of Uice. convener, Kev. Mr. I'lnUiam and Mr. l.eggo. Kcv. Mrl 1'inkhhm repoited1 th.tt he borU away to all parts of the Pro- vince for sigintiirc., petitions fur K-pp.il of the Art. The president enquired of Mr. solicitor for the Alliance, uhal eour-r should be pin sued in order to check tin- evil ot mugi-i'iidos Higning their mmie.- to document') nnd tliun certifying of- licially to .stall-menu ol uh-it not facts. Air. Biggs, in reply Htij-'go-li-d th'- hi ing- ing of the facts betoie iln- alleiilion ol the hoc.il l eminent, which is the, ap- pointing power, and vthich has ulso the power of dlMniBial. Mr. AikniH moved, seconded by Uev. Mr. rinkham, that the annual meeting of tin-Manitoba biiuich of tho Aliance he held on the fifteenth of Miuvh. C'.ir- .ied. Mr, Nixon enquired of the solicitor. fr. Biggs, whether the charges loriuul.'ii I bv him, lor thu Alliance, agiiin.st the JCiise commissioners hiul'bpen duly to thf Local (lovorniwrit. I'he had reference lo the rccolu tion at the Ji.-t meeting ih.it borne member of thn I.oc.d be it d to put on the notice dl iln- II.Mit-e a (jueslion to why the I chains never hec-n investi- gated. Mr. hL'.'s distinctly recollected 1'iiviny Immiil.ited the and believed thai they ha I heen lormulated. Iv the committee had seen the members ol iovei nnieiil, anil a bill had been piepaied which he (Mi. High's) had him -ell handed to the Premier. 'Ihe bill hail, however, never been introduced I the llnll-i1. A convocation then ensued re.spei tint' the relations to the piohibition qm-.timi of the poitioiisof thu Noithwe.-t Tei 11 loi ie-. h .ire lo be iiu'fH'i'Oiateil in the J'lovmiv ol Manitobii. Kev. Mr. 1-ortin beheveel Ihe I'.ccr A would be repealed. Mnny ol the llo'i.sc now at-lwruod oi it The} had not at seen what its ten delicie- would he, but h.nl hoped thai t! lessen intempciaiu'e. Hi v. liryci- icc.'dled the larU lii.it the hill h.iil been pl'O'noled Ill'-n ill lei e sled 111 1.1 iesF and I hat a deput.i lion 1.ad wuit-'d on the eminent am Shlell. f.'lovcr. Her. S, Pnlchuril, of the Church of Eoj- [ami. thnnkHftrc   it docs midway H-tueen bei'.veen the two mill and ex- i. nee yne to pronounce them ''sixes." In thin connection, Mr. Kdilor, theso 'enterprising" of o.ik allei- No. I. 1 cannot imagine your correspondent to bo a farmer, >r 'n- u-n'il'1 on the need of l t' decL P. had resigned. I'hi- is iin oi-u-et. Mr. conuiiler- inv himself lo be hu'iiliug ollice lor the eyinonieni e nl the ti-itc-iiit-iil, thought it mined --a.y to icr-ign. Tim is over now. f Ifiimer in at Ihe r part of the and cave .snti.-laciMn. It isriin.nred that county lo.ik- upon us "desiring to hope .iiiinoi iils-o ha-v it that sevcial gentle- men aie (inly uniting lonli'ei In I'M and ii.di p1 n h nt. ltl lo f ml: ul Ai-wmul tin- World. w .Ian. -1 -idi nt Ilimt- dl I'neilie h'ailwav, ii -on in lions i-howing the de- lull, and pointing out the hiL'h the ]ia--in.-'ot it Mr, Murray. "Love lias .li StiM. Hoy. IllKliliniO M r. H. Illiini'lnii-il. lliul-'-O1 intlii.' fimiil IM.eit Mi-'sr-. .John KinslH- ami Killol ul i Knilitranl'H l-'uri wd1. In I'rnlrlu Ye hanks, nnit s. :nvl .streams around Ttiu Ciis I le f M mi l Kim 1 11 r.v. lie -'.bieijnently prepareil an Addres- Dcspatcti to the t'JtcK TKESH. PORTAOB I'KAlllIK, -bin. TIlO building iii which were the oiliera of tin- groun 268 Main Street. H._ Also slock ol nml good-will ofii wrtll t-sUliIlHlifd business In the town ol Tin- best si nnd In I He town. Rent Kini-rson. cheap. cstubllslii'd. hui-ned to th niyli.t. The plant is ft total The inhuranoo was only in tho (.Vmipiiny. Tho placed at f.'J.IMH Watson's mil) and i'utterson McLenafc'hen's store were only saved with great difnonlly. Ihe hitter's slock WHS (ill rrrnovod and was union damaufid. A wind prevailed nt the time. Tho Purtagers worked with tremendous energy. Tho storen burned to II. M. Campbell und contained in the upper flat, the AVnc'r nllice, and in the lower Jlat, C. (iiabaus tore and Uobert Stalker's, in but whether it evei reiJiclied her i- fr. Pinkliam pointed out that tin- evil resulted Iroin the interpielntion of the Act by whit-h one man had the to n-t a whole community at do li.irice. If l he same restrictions MI i round- ed the giving (il liceiise.s to pell beer a- existed iu the ease ol other intoxicant-, lllf Minn1 evil would ln't iv-nlt. l.ee.i'1-.e the opinion whii h Wivilil keep out other intoMcant.s keep out hci r also. Mr. Bigi.i said that ihis interprrtation h.nl been cleiiily pointed out helorr- hand, Me hiniM-ll had "lobbied" lo; IWH jiltet noons, and had gone lo ev 7TT IS SA10 tliut there tire more 44 I ot PII.LS Hoia in boot store and Kobe shop. The :stock was all burned an there is no insurance, upon it. The stock in Mrs. Fellows' millinery store was all saved, but Ihe building was gulled, liordon Adamson's banking house torn down. Tho losses nre. us lollons II. M. Campbell, I'atler-.on Jf b.v removal, uniwocrtamed, hutinsuie.l; (Jraban, ytalker. insurance on cilhnr ol im- hi-t two. Mrs. Fellows' loss is miasri r- tained. Great sympathy is fel' for Mr. Collins. A joint stock company is now being forined to continue the, j.aper. Biifiitirss here is dull and there is greal excitement a.Un lha future prevention of lire Tlio cmuso of the lire is not known, but it l- supposed to have origi- nated in the printing up Hr.st noticed it was about hall of up were to but the lire then had con- lliau all ottior hui'la togutlitr headway, drew tliut "high muck-a-rnuck" of the con cern for a while, but as tho rules and n'lMiltUiotH were drawn up in a sort ol muipe poetical they provoked n teheliiiin. which ended in the overllnow ol'ihe poet and llio conversion of th. club into a m-w-puper printinii company I'hisa'ep wasspee.lily uitli tli, u-ital result, and in the c nr.-n' of a viu ur the members retired into private life u-ith millions. Tins "R lehelnr's Club" us lii'-t iiistiinti'd a mo.il nnifj M> concein, il-constitution declaring thai mi'inber must lie '-a lover n' nne or moro of the fern de a-id thai none only will is to heip m money" would b'1 iidmiileil to mi-mlii'i "hip, iinlil'ition fl'iuri-ihe I like :i bay tiee lur a whi e, bocan.se ii. ihu-c every oilier man yo'i meev was a "prole-s-pd1 lover of one in more ofihe fcmulp of hers wi-ie "prnfe-se 1 lovers'' of ,-evci ,d o t.'iir.-female -ex." while nlhers, by st id attention to business got, m-iihed on jcoro or so, and one or two of Ihe r (in uinli'iii eif Jfr. Nixon, secon ijev. Mr. Pinkham, Mr. M. iheli c'lei led '-eeietai Tlie rc'porl'-d tin1 I'1' cnmmiiii'i minus finni petitions for 111 the Scoll The (o vole i i- anil sur-r'  to the rapid de- velopm-'iit, nmler the general manage- mem ol lien. i. ot a grand telo- around the n Tint London, NoiK. l-'or s-ome lime punt i M h I eeii a Dialing tho such a network. '.lie ol of the and CabU- Company 'in with i-iip.tal l-i'-K i-M'iity under 11 ,iienn-olidation of thiee compHiiies. The Americ.in and Cable ('ottt- p mv, wilh new nrguai- mn e piuci i (1, )nil only to M en a-e the CM-1 uu cal'li- facihtn s lli inuniiy and extend -Ahi'h now connect enmtiv 'ilia -md the Jndielt, to M'c.in' loi the tie e trade of die I nitcd States dueet telegraphic n will) hut al-o to lav cd le- li mi V'-n to llono- hda, ami iiom llonohda to .lapnn, con- liectmu thcie "illi llie c.il'l" ftoill lloki iinniher by the l-'iicndly nd lliein-e to 'i e it w ill con- Ne.v luecii'in, and with lit in aii'l r-tiaits in tho M ll -s nut III.' ililellliOtt In :i-k the lioveinmcnt in1' e f.i'e ot the Pucilic linen. the limn ill desire it, how- a coni.eci inn may be made from r 1-i'in v "1 Ala-k.'i I', tn'i ml'i.' Isi. and thence "ilh the no, ih of '.ip'ii1, arid 'or Mich cnnin .in I .1 ijiaii a- [at, i enid a 1, -..-I'.-lhi'l'N. as the I'nitrd CurrJ-spoinl. m-c nf lie- KHKI- Thinking thut some of your j-en lers misihl he int.. rested I .send jou llie fob tne vt ill) sm-li THK To Die Kiltlor ofttio KHKK PHKSH. I read a letter in your paper tho olhei1 'veiling nigneil W. II. Lyon. Does this mean XXX Are they one, or n-e they twins? It is really loo bad that Lyon did not get thrt protils that liight have had if he hud got the cou- iract to supply the poor Indians und nthiT.sm the west with his "Minneapolis Dai-sies." Then? is'lots of money in bran if properly mixed. Il is commonly re- ported that W. U. L. is to supply thi- ll, B. Company with everything ihey re- quire, and the syndicate (No. jjradc) we hi lievn are niakinji; overture to I uv nil the chenp and nasty flour he has c.mlnicted for, to be ground in Minn. uppolw tojjellier with the old Hour In- lo have in stock. Willie, wa h- M. Now don't you think, Willie, you mil 1 .love-tail in thosfi supplies you eekoiied on for to supply the- Souili- le-tern Kailway. Under the circmu- iniices mj-'ht perhaps all'.ird to A Sunrlay School entertainment, con- si-linj; "f reoiiHlioiis and .sacred IIIM-IC, took place bete during Ihe I'h" object, was to raise a little money foi our Sunday School. The piece- rjI'nlusie iind othi'l1-- were rendered with verv ell'ecl. ''Star of Our I'alhet'.s MCI-I the Ilo'ir nf Trial." words by MO-H j ih ,t inuii'' by very iheu- both wiinl-.ind The musical part ol the- and con dueled by Mr. Stock. Mr. John firieves, o'li1 Miperintenrlenl. HrriiriL-'fil :i number of roe i tat inns (liven by iho pupils, some of which were very lehveie I. i he same genllernan dur- ing I h'v evning made :i suitable address to the pupils nn the importance ol tho Sabbath School, dwelling on the im- portant fact Hint Ihe irulhs, taught af- lei-led them time and eternity. I'he young In ing apt to think Ihat man-1 I is the time lo serve feeling Iv leinm led them ihat n..'iuy 'i Limb- htoip' beais the names ol children us j well as those of the fige 1. thy Creator in tin- days of thy yo.ith." 'Mr. Pel.hi being voted into the c'n r, j vdtcs of were tendered to all r-ho ii-riHti'd, niei the meeting di-pcrne A vuruu.i-: In'if'er belonj.'mK lo a Noi'thallerton recently iis and it had to bo ampntat- he anim.d h.is sinco been lilted with a MMiden I'-f.', on whicli it movpi 'n.o'il with iilmosi <-ase, wliich pnivi the !ib-mility of hit-lily ordering esi ruction of anim-dti that meot -in i iv hundred car loads of Weie ir-i-rntiy 'hipped (tOrtl vo  .'t.ip nt nt a very hen, William, produce your sumph-s, 01 i h.- bobby fin horseback, or a eoiivcit'il Indian, or fpiil foolinu. in.ieh did iin pav the bobby and did he. take i' m trade XX Pi. uv Pixim.vov. Tin: A. i-ent m-nnp .it Fmdl -V Ohio, becau-e a book he had i noon. a'l. r a .-old ii.'e about forty I uiL-iit in v mi all id i In sic cp M I'M." Vflll I'll. ,r 1-11. nl iViilrh nl hi a servie.- (I're.sbytPriall) forl rblb, Mi. Pnl-'in. of Millbro.ik, con- cling, lie at I'lear HpringH uirii_' and here in tin1 aft IT- A sMii1. sioimof th'- gi'aiidi-st propor- tinnx (vviircd in the Argentine Uopub- lic, on the ol iu which cattle and hlieep__mill hor.sen. A few inora hiich storms would malto trciiH-ndotu gups iu tin- duuib woi-..l. A SMMI, boy was arrested in Milwati- kcr- nt innht, and tlrisoui nhort in his career as a lii'ihwHymim. llo woro a black rna'-k, oiri'ied a dark 1'intcrn, w s nnne.l with two p'Htolfl. In hid noclc'-t ii'is u n 1 ''Th- I ife and Adven- lures nf a  wander over It'i-si'i the old popular tra- ditions, oli-g, ho wvn neatl> III1) years of h.nl a m '.rvellous n could tli-! nit'ond h< in i h o wo il met with no f-ale. h.'d u h'-re lately -fioni not in -d. At the Oiin tlicy a not In- wc 1'j-c ihi'i1: -t hive the dcr.r e.x opi'iiimr ol' llio present iM-Liii'd th.il hnnteru -o'iie. iin I u-otild pro- i il'lli'-y c.nnc. Their .1, and the mortality ii tlie do.--, Ky of lliun aiii'inj: tin: dt'er. u lEWSPAPERr iNEWSPAFERr   

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