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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 25, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                >Jo. 244. Vol. VII. rpiiK MANITOBA FBEE PBESS, u (I u i v i vei y 11 ila> I, VlMllIlL' Ullle li ill al the Steam ivxil'l.ii, M VM'I'OHA. in Ac I'ents porw t-lty. Ken III 1'lM- L'.-nls ouch. ii Ihe LANDS POB SALE. HJI acres Hi rot" miles from I ,MJ) iicr, H Nix inllt'N xoiuh ol Nclson- a. r.-s, acres mitt in les all nhont Ihi-ee iixllpn Iroin I'omiToy on M'ubilcro I rick. norL'S xxesl 01 Jinn Is. 7.1> noil's Selkli Also N'MTiil lots ol -Ml uer. s em cs-l ol Set It 11 k. acres on ilit miles I'niin ntlcihiirii stntlnn on 1'cinhlnn llrnnoh oi i'.l> It. I Txvn lois nl l-Jl ncrt-s ai'li In the I.lltlc Sus- kiii.-.i. uiiii IM-lrlct. Sox ornl lots liw noron cut h from nine to 1 Illlci n miles 11 oni Winnipeg. I The iihox e lan.ls u Iweii carefully sclecl- i o.l nn.I be sohl on 1'iinj lerins. AlU'lv lo 11UBT. A 1'ETFU (JKoKliK, iHMee .UK Main Strcil, iipll-mly_____In Uol'l. 11. Keith's Sei'.lHIor. fonseca Grotty, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Having been appointed by Hie the Blsbop of Rupert's Land tor he sale of the Cathedral and Episcopal Lands we we now prepared to oflur the name.' The location of thin property makes It very defalrrtblo for villa residen- ces. and terms cnnbelwel on ftp- pllcallon at our office, where pinna of iio property etui bo seen. MOyPAJY. ATM ML, 25, 1HH1- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CITY AND PROVINCIAL. Onccotunui. inonlli Jnu, one ow XxeeK i-i.'l nioiiln lliilf ioliio.il one xxei'k OiiArteri..l.o.iH..'n. loonili iluiirier cottinin, one tori nlirot Uunrn-r eohnnu. on'1 xn-t-k V.ulith olniiin, one inonlli K.illlllll rolllllltl. one loi Illltihl xx, eU mi.I fiaeiloniil cuiumii JS.IH I III IH> I i; in Alei, TaiVs Market Liyery StaWes None hul IK'S! j -JUIXM! hoiirs.Mtni luin.l. full uml six-inc. AI.KX. T VIT. l.iroKliliif loiiinierelal inhcl llseineiil- Mill'-., T. nilers w.inteiL l'..rt-J ncrshlp no.iovs, Kiiieiialiioienl-, um. ex.n oli.xinci. r. ll I tl'il  cm'-. >-fi. nl liiserl.Ml lor le-s Ilinii -I nol published nn.ler 1.11' ill Nolli'i's. oenls pel Inn Kenway McMcol ARCHITECTS, ETC., HKMUVEU TO T1IK MORRIS BLOCK, Whore they lit i on-nht-il US iisuiil on i in.iln i-s oofiiifrlnl wilt, llR'li proii'isloii O AN D PITS TO r? I'olnl IHinitliis Siuul tin M.HSUII. lo City Gardens To Rent. si, II leiieeil unnleii ol nlnml M acres, ne n M'lin slieei, Is to relit nn Ihe Also I-.! acres, ttllh ilxnlll.ik', olicn.l ol 1'olnl WM.TKU li. MOWN, llul n stn i 1._________ TO An I'lirni ol I.Vtnori's 1 nllles well Mil. J. W HAIIIIIS nlnrni'il 1'1-h xx ill loasi'.l Ontaiio on Salunlnx-. 1'iiK I'hillnirinonii Sout'tx iiio.cllliiHi-x.-li- ill o'cluik. nmvx. Timtli.o't'o's. olllt-f, Xl.iln Mrcet.________ Norlli-Wcsl iVJtt lol M 2 often ori'. IHiOorln I'm k Hevcnil good loin iit-nr Central wilion! cheap. .Severn! Kooil houhus on Jemima IriTl .ilv, vn.-.inl lotH ainnisfh mul lot on Uoxiunlcr Hlruel; only each. A Kooil iioiiDio icni'inunt H. fniiilinjf on two slrri'l-s. ul u bargain. Miiln-streel; roiilal Int. rest on linminu-ii t Inlx with hoimo" L-e lor Invuslniulil 2 aoo.l honsoH on M.irtn .street, TO KENT. A turn) lUc tilths li inn tin: nty, with Ili-ll's Illlilel I'llltlMllloll. lo A in.ooMiMi nrriiy ofioinini'iTiiil iniivril lij siitniili'n Iniin I'm. lltui.innx, Mnlilih MincsM.i ill Diis poinl, HTiiveil on SnlimlnV Sill DKl'DHVIOH IS MIHV hpoKl'll of tis till1 Ln-nl-CliiMinorol lintish C'oliiinliia. X V i" to mil al Hie I-' I' liiiiiiiliuniiuiiiiilgi'l M "f ponili III l' TaMtfc will be u 10 1 1 ut (iui.c t'lilli to n fnlnlrt lur huHiuir iniri'ost'S easy liHIN II Vlii.H.U Mm ll -I u. c. M uir nlm '.111- lll'C lllM-Vll'lJ lllll- Al.l JIM .x> ii.ounl. .1 on W.K'.I. Advcrtlsriiioni- ouin ml. .1 -i" Inslriicllon- In-, rt.-il iin'il nnlen it .nil. 1 Tit Hie pii'limvd lo inter lilt" ti-.nis 101 iHill.hmis "I an> lUiul "ml to tnr- 1 in -li .same on short notice. s, tobiilt nil I'liisi, s. llh-er minis, ni'iir rH.v. limits in nil purls oi llu> from ill PIT iirre up uml icrmi. Office, No, 360, opposite City Hall, Main Street, D MEDICAL. A. r. SiXCLA'.i: ISHILLINGLAW WALLACE, i .Builders and Contractors, i I'OUT X.I.K I.A I'HVIIUE. l-Jxiliflt 0 dookstoii thcx IniH I., pioic.il slowlx ofllK bail slab ol unml llenl tioiu the Mlp.'i- Vin.'cnt aho.il HUM h" k ,n S.iti.i.lny ninlii. ]t wa- o, mul xxill luaUc i-1 1 lad U not been fo, Ihr ilchn Nxnshoiits, thih h.ixo lii on on- .piiiKusI liijih xet J'UUV ufltt.) luunlioil iiiiniifjr.ii.ls iiNo ariixc.l on S.....lay nioiinnn in lijirgo "I S i- UollnooK They hiul a x.iy l..n ,1, l.illixl Hi ClooUMon lloin o.K O' 1." K 'I'lnirhilny iitlcniooli HU n.no llic m M .noiiiini; by Ihe A lox ol ih- 1, fl nl liiiin.l l''oiUs, I-' a' anil the n si hx On llu TV, KM vi t. yn nl I'hilM Chinvii liiH 'sluil. i 'I'1-! ''.v i LIVERPOOL AND L01JDOS iND GLOBE MEAUCE COMPANY. ASSETS, INVESTED IN CANADA, DHKS youth or Iho Court ItrniM-.nr I.e. M.D N.w. ll niul I-' e M.D.. >l.f i1 liel.iml.) lo in, 2 ihi'iViihl HI roo HonigomeryBros HORSE-SHOERS, BLACKSMITHS, AUCTION SALE 01. VAI.f MII.K HOUSEHOLD FUKNITURE UN TUESDAY, 26th April, Hie ri-sl.li'in-oor.his. K Min-ilnilitnll, M'li-hi .sue, l, il'i.m iioilli ol I, All the HoiiMlioliI I'-iiriillnie -i nml knee II, iniirnts.il anil slillnu loom. I II- loiiliotfiin.x imrl.ir s.-ll, spilnu Inn........s.x i liiilr; M W- KII.I, tijMstrx e.iip.li, eoolilni; niin lie illni- -l.m-s, inns, ohlini i.n.l Kliissxxiii.' I lamp .hnmMl-vs lia" hinips, -..eel einiiiix Inus ehllil's earrhine and onnlillo n.xMi.t--. MIIH S.iX.iK ix.hhrs In iicliiinxx le those hulios ami xxbo MI kinilly ashistc.l at tec I) ing ll h.. inuio. n heiul ot o to partv xxelo ,st. Vincent, r.O nl ciU'. Asttxx.isiihiml n.i.l- xxhen Ih.x iniive.l, UK x XMIO 'itlnl to r.innili in III. ar- till Ihe mon- t Illlll WHS Illlll ll ilk III the lllulie.sl 11111. on lo II.i null nij; un iuleil Tin- IIU'-M ohsHiio i.n.l liuii.lile of tlic 1 Innils in Aim i   llnil l.iUotli n iiU 'Hi IM.to xin- v, unis.it il.s .rhlU-Mtiolis I" Hi'' bl.txe Hiul xx ise nun xx lio hiinilio.1 x. .us ti.-my o.l.ls tin liK-ilu1- ol UirNi'lhelLllliN th'- JJH'Hi ".x (l1 lln" Inn nt. on Miinliiltsin ishiii.l if, Im. llelll (I Illolllllll. III ol tl" I' HILllltH s lix.loni in l.nvliiii'l tlOII) lliXH H-.i' IllU'l xl l th l In U-HMI of SVillmni ol us in ho iinlilV, i.nl to i Inn of Ihe   U..I1ERT s p.m. I sli-ocl, in roar Tnnu r, MORE, REAL ESTATE City Property AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGEMS. OITIOE LATELY BY FON8EOA CB01TY, OPPOSITE CITY HALL. Carriage Builders, FIRST STREET, Opposite the 'fcrand Central Hotel. DENTAL ..-.NTIST 1 1--" UK-HI l'i ll u w .1. MI 'UK. niar.'in. B. F. RADIGBR, 348 MAIN STREET, t.rrlveil, xvo me In L.enev.iH.x Hint xx, n MM'oml I" noil'1 illll (III the lies! SlUMTs B t i ,i i Wines, Spirits, ana Ugars, Brewery, II, nl liol-e -hoi'i   Ihel, Mid not ImlUted, ,-M.H m a MIX nm.litn.n, hut it, IH llmnuht lh.lt M'l.lWHH dnc ..lie H.e.u nut niM.s-.inl> ho a ii-sm.lion ..flnilhi ilniint; the nioiilh.s. when- MIC ililllil'l xxil.s llfhl ,1 x elIV Unit llic hosthHloils loMippl.x-an 1, in lepllnt XXOIC sin t .Mill all.! h'llx At nhoii'l ii.lo. kh....... MXi'iitv-ltxc (jenlloiii.'H Mil iloxxn in Ihc boiinn'lnll) miiijiho..! Inlilo, nml otl tin 11 inner men xxith nn.l ilclua. i oh all .apilallx Tin' ih.m vxiis- incnpic.1 hy Mi. (i J! ispcini i, ru-i- nl iln So. i.-tx, on xxlioM- riuhi ".i, soato.l Mr .1 W. I'liilt'l hlatcn on- siil, Mr Loxitmio, Hi, Uuptlhll- Hoiiell. ali'l Mr- 1'Mri.kH, xvlnli-' on Ins Hi xxoio t ol Ushorm- Smith, nnd IJ11" (l l; Hiiniuilx no. The x iie-iluiiis HX Mi. nii.l I mill Alter Iho W. K. Nnisev. K-.ul lolliTKol bum H.'ii Mi Noi- inlil lion, ill'1 hoiii.in oi In- In .11 (1......1 liei'lh) N.n x .ind V, im.l.'i is h-1 All 1.. IV, IK h Miniis nml XMI ,h, ol M.nlli "tl of thc.i.iiix He I'll lionoii-l in.loin'i He lelerrul to and loinhtliid the "ll- ubii h some Itlt lo n iiioii.il -ii' loll' He In Id Ihul Ilioir (Iwllll.ibh olloits ol us, hilt axxax ,ind h. ilul Mi, I, l.miull of the lllstllHlli.il- .111.1 ,111. I stli Ihm W Nelson .ilMihpoUoon h ink, n ui uinllltid'1 'Hi''. t'1" tor ii 11. i, i 11, 11 I r.ll, S iUlo IVj rn Mill XVlll hllXO Mill.) Ihe .leill lil'eiK, In .mi li. HUH n.ahoi.t jo yloltl II sueilllee 111." Ilie flli.lM iloep it. I'lelllllllllli' IwkH tnun oTohiiili.'.! inilario llioronglibrocl ullion-' liiulyiniporloil into tins l.j Hun, of tins uly. Hois >oij -.ll.ruhl Hi' ivnd Mi liojul- The i hiiiinian then ruse to loni.1. 1" doinn MI. he Kiid h) hud tlnil Ihe thud ,f SI deorgo's Su> n-ty ol until i lon.hlioiis oi nl "HIGHLY IMPORTANT Auction Sale REAL ESTATE eloi li. ,11, llltllllH'IS III ilio lor ilMII-l ,1 XXlHl Mill-ell In WALKIIK ,-lst, A. f. ROSS KIM- llnrrisli I'-. GEUNDY BEOS., Florists, Landscape and Oenoral Gardeners. H.eslim lies IMantM v .MonUi" H. Cul Knox tie. r. i I. Ml Friday and Saturday, April 29th and 30th, Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg, 100 LOTS MOUNTAIN CITY public mid hi.ll.i.n ol ouler .nc InxKeil. l; lo he si i x, .1 a' Inn l> Uel- .-.in he li.i onler, and il II.i JIV Great Credit Sale en-- FarmingLands il ovxiior pi.I' tl.ll'is'Ol On mo .1 rarllon Ten ace oi most irniivy lali'ls. rin-t-'il ill! iMll-liellol Ink.- ndlorh-i'itflit M-eomK t, N- lie is til iin-s, ill in Di. Hinuian IMII I illllle I o1 look Hie liixidr1, Hi hiijipoil JI. Mi, n then Mintf. mid of ..in i x.i.- lniilv xx us pleiih-il nt til il Tin. SMci Siwicti' s xi.ndnlv mid Jlon A (i I! Mi Mn-.v .nul ill IA-M-MJIII :ii the luio-l Mr AV< Hli.m.1, Ironi Hn- Hi -t M. hnnhind, a Ihil.d ii oi.'l'o t; r Ten, o, u. iidoplid ooinitix ix.is Hi'- sen- tinielll llll.lxxiis i. -poll. h dt.' l.x M. Nmsex WHOM- K, in Mp'l ll.Hthe xv.is nol nn orato, Ilk.- J'.nuhl .lollll I'd. l liliuit 01 iXher xxell knnxMi ni'h- v idu.dh, xviis ie  S.'i'i.nnO in caili. The following cti'ifc t'ulder, Wrifjlit, ll I5...MI S'-'im, David VIMIIIU. ,1 ll Ash.ioxx.i.pm Ki'iino.li Sinn. lli'Kb iil'i ne. Sa.nno John Mi. K. Itnlhwoll S'J J J Mnish. I   H. H f, Afil 30, liiil.mi-i: In nliip Uuiiilliil-e-riiii "ii-cl nl1 i' HI, pin.-.-xUintn me   H HI m atti'iillon- apl-Jti IE. II. MB. J. HBCKBR, (I.nle Is pre OWiil, oiiminn.'l l-h.ireh inijl i ,L rilie Mi lelv ill, Hum Ihc loxjn 'm oltnANIsT "l" li-irc.l to rcr-fi'x.. 1 on Tlioroic-'h Illlll 11011 in mi'1 Special Notice ALKX. TA1T tin ily jnslii eiuill xxa- liii'd 111 plul l.anollo inriridi'in xx oi it into ieli.cmc.it for line, months in l.iti "fa lino Klvinf- I toanolhiTiiborijiimxI. Mollio Tayloi for kii'innp a bouse of ilt-fniilU, lillfi mid iohlH iiiiil Jl.lbo Moi'Jiin. Snoxv Haltic H.-rt nnd Chaik-s Muynar.l, fifiiiioiitcii. "ot ooHtsoaili J li'-1 told'Mollio Hint "xxitliont ll..; option nJine ni-xt lime Kontin uml Isabolln Minn-, hiialchcil out of a Iwwdy house on Itnjiort hlru-l, xxorc lined S'-'D and ION Konlin lln plii' 'I'hu xvoimin Minn1 ibddiMi, xxill Imve maj llic molh, nn tin-HILC station hn -I l uiM.i. o for .he fnlnio of the MM lolx I cr- imps (heir piucrohh in iminberb inichl Inlx.1 boon uiontoi lmttfrc.it hud been do..' Many persons, had been assiKtcd dn.niK the xrn, mid. lie hoped, tin- socieU opljul ln- i would he imn li m- Mi-.-lhod illtbeyciir lo .WUIC III flHilvo ol vvhal lliowiicty iiiiuht u. loinplish m op. n- ,n.r loiuiniini.iition bi-lxxci'ii Ibis nix and Hnilsi-n hlt.i> In 11 lux an ni- xvould bv c.wrlo.1 by lln- I'.ox nt Uttaxx-ii. lhal mil inter, sis aliinM pn.amomit. Ho on. l.ide.l bx Ilic health ol tho >l.....n. xx hub xx.is iii.ixod xMth loyal iiithiisiasm mid tin- xisii.il si-im Tlio luultliol ihcl'l-sldelllollhe Ulll'd Mali s xv.ih iicU on Iho INt, mid via- hointilv i lie, led In .ospoii-e U. the CoiiMil lax loi his crat, fill inUnoxxlodncin.nl lo. Ilie i.ndial (iicclintf lo Die Imxoinii.iiK und .Kiipb of Iho xi In, h xxiih ,ly vv.-h oliiclohl.il U" Hn ol nnimd.nn a-ml.ly. sid, a. liiuhnnd H-siditno, i- kkntihcd xuih tho x alloy ol tho M LuxxK-nio. and Vcio- iiiric of Ihc Sliilo D' pail.mnl is llu iilalivo tif llic Slab1 >luilu' itv rmtliind. ban tloso toinniou nil .elulions vx-Ul. ranadn. The firhl olh'i uil H. 1 the noxv iidnnnislintion til iishmt-'loii to iirnniBi- by iahlc to. lh" nib.- Uiili.m of u umlrou-isi. WahliniBli'ii Tioatx ol theie xvcie ant mdi. alioi.s ol an ndxuncohx the I.H'S, nl ailinin.hlr.itiim lo- ic, iproeal liailu and inli-n omso IH- mid Iho I inlod slalis It XX.Ul H.'' pli-eiafusllMtlls, th. spenke, lidded Hint Uink, llic o holiiid lultlx Uoon nnide b r.ilhci lotionsl, lh.il ix as English. .....I so it a personal sal i- l.i. turn, ami not imlticlyn point ol ..lui.i join in .ehbniliiiK A uniilvoiMiry uf tin- maiU idoai hx in Iho yoin- of cm' St CJoorgo. Hie pal roil MI in I ol l-.imhnnl. And nol alotioof Englainl, foi Hn1 of SI OcoiL'i- vxas borne on tlic mms of llic Homibli. and il XXIIH not improba- ble I Imt xUicn Ilic worhl-Kt-anifJ Oenoosi (.'liriMloiiliui I'olnmlms. turned In........... into thu miknoxvii and ii'd Hi t odil pionor-oil UK- ilieiisii.il.iilliunii bx tie .lal" rue iiK-fnl ami xx.-ll- Mi A< ton limioxx Mi. anulioil i spOllriC I .ml Mi II' Mi ni.uli1 tin-loom i.'U AN.. Ihe he.lllhol 'The 1'iC-.- of-oiirse Ihc l.i'ix i s pioscni jii-il lh. HIM iiiivminoinil of si'..' i m Hn; IOIIIM iVl- i nVM a." -I -I ,i i iiiethiini'. Inn I HHWoiiiliy IllUDIX. -''V" I- 111 Hi HlU III. i I I' "H loxe iliiil MHin.n. xxlmll) I" r'-n. "'hia.'i.il on h< hill, of lli.i mc'inlicrii uf Hi. I'.i-.ii. vire-l'n'KlitOill. M. Hi "I" -1' T.c.iMirer. i.ii nn tin n xni) IIVAN, Cor. llllllp, M, Mi.llaniliiil..... l-i.-MM'-d Mr. on and incnibon., will; luontifnl KIISSI..U lonllu-r oonUlliluK lllh Th, piiihc ww lh. 'iti ol and luultlielol- bmtiiK' in-' ..ption ciw.iivc.1 on ROlil sliieh'- '.ri.-'.-niod to Mr. .laincn Mioa, by and nicinhoih of hi. IMlrkkK as a toU, n ol tl.cn cKtoem anil ioKan Mi 'Mi'.i 1'iade a i-mt.ibl.- tho bis r, maiUs wild ho xxollld never fum I III.' In' llai1 miulc l" honor limnbor ol the hi Amlu St. tJonine Niuelies, uml UioilKli not li'iwt, tnc Illelllhoia si. I'atli. kwJ. li-ly. li-pl. -ell- nl their A inutim.' ol Hie lloni.l of Tnwlc hcM mSiluidiiv Ih, i" hcniK W. H. on, pioi-nle.it, in the Imir '1 IIOK Iow-Hr.1 en -luu .1 H Aslnhmn. A 1' A. relres A ii'inil.....I' x ,1'iuleer und .Imillx I x.lv, I.I l lltCll.llllilll Hi I" H" IhLsin.inu-ol i tx i i I., 1 I'll- on 'li'1 hlli.ossi.llh n UIIIIIXCIMIM illh.. i SLHMON' IN lllllM HI IK H ijinie a ii'iiiih-i I tin ineinbi is ol Iho Si (iiOtH''-- So, KtX IllllClld, d III. hiUH'1 iehl in I liu-t I'liuiili id.') nl" moon (iiiMlulu lead I'" IOI-MIIH mid from Ijih, siaus ix I Ilioio- toie. Iho piisum-rol lln Uoi.l, xoii Ih.ll X, XMlIU Ol Ilie MJt.llloll XX III II- joTm- uillwl He ,ml .-I'. and lilluxx- t. .iiisti.n.s, am jil.ul Ihi" dux. tn wi-homc yon th, lions, ol I iin-l Ihih ln-l iiminil ix.ie m.ix I" llu. lure......i, i of niimv Minil.ii flln, h i-hnll ho "dcd b) an n inelllberrt, XX-U.IMIslll be .111.1, I, d h. futile MM! and bright Is nt this in ...niitii 'Ihe .o, i. IX .iivxhn I) w, .ne nn ni- h. i-. one. a initi.nti.1 Miutx. nnd :i hi ii'-x olenl "I thai 11 iblo sin ii-lx li' boi ..no (iKSUinil'd lon.lhcl by 111, bunds ol euinmoi. lox o foi tb.'i) l.md. ,n.-l a loinnion tit-line-lo d" o ol Kntif-ll th.MOiil. Alre.i.ly three Hie bus boon nhlo, unoblriiMVO lo K.XI-- u helping 1 J" variifllb to un. fill. ixvn.iiiilr} men. lie misled Hint i-lb.riH in the ixoiilil he lull u hfiibniK'-i nnd h, i.vei iintoasint! xxorU in the Intm He ifli'iiid lotlie.ippropiiiih "osrf of i-n  rmk of tiibr.iltur. Noiietuniu- iiiUi'iii XMIS formed ut any lime in f.ont of the ice mkoK beinR In I'X-ery inhtani'i- her lh.; one Bide or Hie flho Tliu t-i-ib-work in front of HniUoicnl ballunl, VIIH rnisod, iibonl'ifool in the icur w seven feet flolli the top. Th.'., liowover, is hut n tilling miiHor, roprcHcUtingftl Iliilnrlo xvllli ft dainagM, w.- nro who know. Tliu roH.dt ol luhv.ontilrifBiJf the ChriHlnin cm, .n, St nnd bo oxureKBril (he hope tli.it Kngl.mil, whosu armor, doxvn to (lie -i-..-. oC the foititeuiilli ii-ntuiy. xxoic Iho >si, ofrtt. Oiorgo Ilium ivo.ild loud u nt'xv iriimidi to rooloie In Ihu >ii> of inMinlnlit I" nn "Id le- nd Ihc Uini-hof xxcre nHil It.cci-i', nnd torenciv thu luino mory of "W Goorgc'h e iiiitinnii, the shuiilil not Aim And why, o, jirof i-i-.li d i" n _...... this bo u great iiuil noble wjlnlioii of lln- otislerii iMMjfllion? King fieoijie of rcou: ih brnlhiT to Ihu pn-M'iit iMDpicsh KiHBiaand Ihc fiililre (Jncen of hngl.ind u him rthown (front uipiuily, willi OF Fint-class DriTittE and Draft B1 And I imx-o nlso a splemlhllot of New TOP Buggies, Covered Car- riages, Open Buggies Buokboarde. ilaya the ti-ml lo which (lie bridge lit most RiitiKfwIory. tliiiiL' WIIH nganihl it The Huauon ban hi-oi unti.ii.illv M-veru, iiml moreover the liiiti not "llic iiilvantogc of K-mg weighkt llic BiiperBlritftnro. TIIK IHMIX. Horc Halchn of Pi I f u, dav whevr thoy were compelit TAIT desci-liillont. Gol tt joRches xvtrc cvciilnally laken train air.t uttaelit ilHo the ll nff II train, while do duty ou tlic far O ymd time good, but from Loyalty lo the from h nl Mr hilling ih u foiling c'linohlinx "i 'I'-cll. it ruisi.s us oni of our.solxcs, nnd ifinin.ht llnl'-.xe arc iiieinheis p.-al omnion xxuillli The n-o b> xxlmli xx. should pill thin bonlimcnt is to HO ,-ttl-ef.lll> (hat, "II do, w xxu inu "not miwoilliy ot "ur 1.....HKO. II hix.k.; ol III. should be fel from Ibo b.i-toiic mun.-H xvhieh li.ive loiif hull hoiiw-liohl .-indinncdtlicin Ihe blight 'I lie ttni-st of don.K xx-o.lld bo by KO.K! .bus llu 'ri''" arid honor of Iho name of xx-i in their ke. .o.ildmako il hom.r- ubleor.onlonipliblc. nrfe'cil lln-in by 7.1-nl nnd l.i nminhiin it :U ilH_prc- as a nih-r; the iloM-ixc lln; op- Drt.mily, ijml IIK- lo the .Ichiiny, not MCI nrril bj "Hie Inlervi-iitifiii of ranoo lo a rogenonito.l uml ooiiholulaloil Uily, and I venture to tin- tlnit Htati-sraiiii known nnd honorc.l n Ibis nocd nut nuiue tlic Kurl f Uiifferin ..ib ly from St lo Ihu KnKlish Minsion al Constnnli- be iiulrninontal rfictt- nu an ullinmc of KiiKlnlnl, fJiisma and for tin: nggniii.liw-ini-iil of Uruooo ind Ihe icxtorutioiioflhe Cross of SI. Lo tlu St. Sophia In om Insion Hie spcukcr hoped to b.' ludnlfri..! in an ul- l.i the greati "t Eilghnh minioN of Ui IB n. In honor of Ilio ileeeartcd Bi-n- _.......... ho hiul Ioweie.1 tin- i.Misiilai flag, not only in rot option of tin? Krral wonderful curoor from Iho lywrst lo thu highcitt of life, but nh one of the few who invariably predicted Iho restoration of the American Union in tin; darkest hour of tltt llfo-frtrugglc. And (W for Ilio I'inuicllt living tribune of tin! Knglisb he could not forbear wi expressiou of gratitude for the generoM policy of atad- HUM sent l.-x-cl. Uuloninn to the ul In; wild that hi rani strove lo lhal uml iiride wlii.l. kwih lo n nol.li' lif- Thoy .cnt ft.rUi an Boldicrs to ouvflt Ilie world by the fo.i-o of example He Khoxvc.1 ll.ftt 1I..H wan for iiniclisimr vocii- tHin and for heiirtu if wu wen- liMHK nllr The olTecl of our ..ailing onghl lo bo to nn- pir'tulioly IHIIIC, fiom, yd not i K i iii vtitiiii1 iii n n ti II HaniMhii'. Hoii tiillicit MeMiik.'ii, Di Jl L', .losi'idl Millholland, and A Muido.h i nl Hie nn-i'linp xviw the c-oil- sidu.iiion ul ind munis uf iii.: u, I'.hi x' 'hoin Hi'iiihHO to inni- ii niox. d bv Mi m-comli'il Mi that in the of is iK.isMiiy ilialexlm Huoom- inu.l ilion shoiihl be al once pr.uwleil to leln'xe Iho deiii.ind that oil Hi'' 'iv''' 'bi'dirrylllK of m, iih.iiidihuoxei hum Si Uonlfaoe, ami ii tiininiltoe bo to interview tli, lioxomimul and M-O lhal llitMibsi'rxanio ili.-ihailei of Iliofcl-ry lihse. foi (hi-.oi.x, Ilio nubile IM; .imply pi.m.Kdtor, nl ibi pi.-idei.U Jlr, WLJI un.I iln- nniMi and .'iisiiod, au.'r I moti'-nxxas unrioil i-'-eollded by Mr Mlll- hollau.l. lhal llic 'Oilililillce to iiilenl.xx lln lii.v, mini nl bo uisluKteil to ml, iv lew Mt Sti'Miiy and lo him ih, oiMiimn "1 lln" bund us lo Iho nilviit- .diiliu ul.onliuiiim; th. dilixei-y of freignt ih, i.nlxx.iv loinpuux iiMMntit h an it ir in' iii olb, i i ilio-., andiiHiii Ilio pilimii ot (bin bo.ird it u, uilimluted to oinintNliilc biiMii'-s" im-n nnd tlio genuml Mi Ahhdoxvn inox.'d m iiincnilineiit, nded bv lion Dilbc.t McMu'kt'H TluH, ho (.ntninitteo lu iiutructcillo tlia ol rnmi.lmn I'm i tie OniDi.ifx lime in ill mo to thu couUnu- I ibc di-lixuy of froiKht by a hyislom ui olln l xx c ii il. bill..- i-nnied, nllimatelv the mc- iou iis (ur> ii'd The delay in tin- nialtor of (or lie ily post "ll.' inkon The 
                            

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