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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 20, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                v VOL. XI. WINNIPEG, SATURDAY, 20, 1885. NO. 300. MTES FOR CONDENSED ADVERTISEMENTS Ij nncl KU9INKSS3 CAltDS run In unit wllliout dliiyilay) 1U nenta per wont par month. No Unril Inrmrtiid (or Ions umn >3 per month. C'ONDKNaiCn ADVKHTISKMISNTS on thin imt-o Biieli ns Situations Vncnut, .Situations For Httlu, To Lot, Horsonul, J.iMt nnd Found, words or under, ona hiiioi-tlon AOiienta, onoh iuliHUimn.1 word two con IB 30 wofrts or under for ouch comncntive Insertion for lows period than ouu wcuk, uach uddl- t word ono oent SO wimla or undor ono weak each lul.HUoniil word 5 couta 88 wools or nndor oaoU snlisocmont wuuk, jjj.eo, nftch additional wwil S r.onln. Oomlcirjud ell- vnrtbomonta not ins.M-tod day, 3) wonln or Miulor 50 cnntn ouch Insertion, word 'I cents. No ndtorltoomnnl islmruoil to amount for Iran than AKOHJTECTS, HIUMV-NK, JH., AllliirlTKtJT, lloom 3, Klock, alii TVluinSt, O8HOHN WiniCKNDKN, A KCHITKOT. rumovoil to Munllobii MovlmiMu and In- VVHlmOnt Ifmk-llnx, uur. 1'orlnyu Avo, mid Furl Ht. C, FIHANCJIAl. ISULSTKH KNIJOWMKNT Fund to Ajiply to ItoWell, HoutsU (JunsulJoU. SITUATIONS VACANT. UOOI) (1KNKHAI, S1CUV- anlRli-L VVaijosflupuMiionlli Apply lit OT Adelallto Strcut. K-'ia ASJENTS WANTK1J TO of Northwest llflbolllon. wlkl-llro! "HlaTOKY _________ Taking like A. H. Hovey, Publisher, Toronto. Ill 21! WANTED rMMKDIATKLY.-A GOOD plain cook; no wanlilntf. App y lietwoon tlie hours of 1 aiul it, ami lifter 0 o'clock at No, 21) Donald St. 18-21 ANTED A (JKHKUAI, SfillVANT nnil nurse to goto lirllish ibin. Hcferuruca vciiiiired. Apply to Mrs. U. 1'. Holl, 11) Fort nl. SKllVAN'f, T llrat-ulass, who will do tile St. must bo toryi Mrs. wull rccanimoiulcd. Apply 2flth inat., at 77 Uonnlil 2023 SITUATIONS WANTED. BOUlt-ivKICl'KIt, KTC. ADVKn't'iSKll ruqulros situation; has good cxperinnce in all briinchcB itouhlound alnirlo oiilry; best nicdorato, 13. Ot! Jtunnn- lynu 3t. West. 20-2H TtO THK HUBLIO.-MICROHA.N'I'S ANU othera roifiilrtiiK a conipolunt haoil in tlisi rnpuirliiKof nluviitori'opeB, wires, or ovovy deaorlpllon nn.n find uno by applyliiK at Maplu at. Ikot olty references. DENTAL. I'l.onia, 4IB Mu.1 n St. Ti-otti wlLUout Dnin hy uao ol OK. aUUBKON Muw York Urailuulo. Nltroua Oxhlu Gun oxtrufttlon. Otlloo ovur 171 Main Stroot. J, W1HTK, aUHUICON DKNTI8T, SUC- cosHor to Or. S. B. Held, Dental rooma oppoalto City Hull. KYury uttontion vivou to tne proaorvutloii of tho niuurnl toet'i, Arlilloliil loolH mounted on Golil. ulliilolil and Rubber I'liitos. Nitrous Oxtilo Uua ail- iiilnlBtisi'tiil. LOST. 08T-NKAK VVINNIVKG. AHOUT JUNE 1st, a tlirco-yoar-old rod steor, In condition: Icjttor V on ____ -.n.._-. Thu Ilailer will bo euitobly roivurdod hy ropurtinfc ut tnc Dominion fiulo nnd Foctl StublcB, 1'rinoGHB St.. L. VillttjiHHOl. 20-23 right liip. 3d by rupn PARLIAMENT. of the Vote on Mm at I'M Amendment. Mr. Farther Discussion on the P. It. C. Mr.WntHon to lUove au A me ml- meat Agnludt monopoly. nullQiiie of ItiUlwnys In Hoiilheri Nniillo'bn to IKI InatHted lie Uovernniont to Kuy Arreg from tlio C'. II. LOST-HS'L'WKICN and Canada N.AV. AViCNUJi; do's ofllcr, nn ouen-fftocit French BltVOT Watch and DliaJn, tilaoklettcroiloiiDlitaktodlo.1; (rj'atal broken. Any parHonrolnriitiigauiiia to 181 Main Ht., will bo rewarded. D. H. Ixjinon. 20 BOARD AND ROOMS. MEDICAL, JOHN H, AHTON, M.H., Oli'D'ICK 715 MAIN 91, KuHUlunc.'O 71 Uikrri' at. Tobplionc coiinoutiona. i.-. Sc HHOTC-I1IK HouiceoivUhlstn, iuivo runiuvcil to "'I'lm VVoatinliittor, corner ot lionnlil ftiitt Klliuo MolCoiixio'ii Unicl, and o Knox (jluiri'b. __ 1VI> J Iiato ProJOBBor o( tlio I'rinoliiiou anil 1'rac- tlt-e ot Uediolno., Victoria ColloKo, Toronto; late aurfsoon Toronto Kvo and Knr Inllr- OUIIT. ot the Jtyo and Ksr a Bpeclalty. Artificial Kyiss lunortud. M Mo- DeriBOt Street. Wlnnlpotf, _______ LEGAL. fllWO ROOMS WITH BOAltlJ A at at) St. Mary nt. A ItOOM TO lot in tlio lludKon's liny Iteaorvn, suitable for ouo or two tjaniloinon. AiUlrvas P. O. liox, 1iS7. -t-il 4 t'ICVV IVKNThWMlllN IAN JIAVK UK- tV Joct Tnblo Hwml nl 1D7 Onrry St., illioctly opiioaltu MniiUobu UUib: ono or Uvo for- nialicd rooms. IJOULTIS JtANUSOMKrjY Lli insUeil Ueilrooins, tn per %voo F1IH- un- tnrnlsliert rooinaJ'J to ?5 por nionUi; ulso Din IneDoparlniont. Apuly on premises, J3 Aclul- UidoSL, or Muin St. lilt LAHOK HANIJSOMBLY KUUNI8V1MH room, auiiablo lor niurrlofl oonple or two Rcntlumoii; nicest location in ftlty; Hve vrdmiloB walk from (Jnocn's llotul, lludaou'a liny Uo- servo, Bix o'clock cliuni'r. Adilrasa liox 16, ciiy. 20-23 HOUSES TO RENT. MAN.. W. J. Uoopur, Iturrlator, Attorney, Solicitor, 41 HO. F. MUNltOK, KAURWTKK, AT- Oltloo, socoml VJf kornoy. otc. Tuiiiporai-y floor, Dunclou Hlock, Winnipeg, AOUONALU CAMJUION. BAKR18T- orn. AUornoys etc. Oillcos, P. A, MuuuonaHt. J. 11. Ciunoron. (TtoiuioyLO MCCOLM, HAUHISTKKS. So' l.t'. Ni.HV uni.- G. W. Coruonld. A, J. MoUoll. Winnipeg, UhaB. K "'i arbcrt. C! A1U11C UT. B A UUIST KKS Main at., Q. A. B1. Anrtruws, ANDHHIWH _ _____________ jUomoyB, tlollottora, Main at., uirroN 'ON, BAHU1STKU3. AT' wrnoys, etc., oto. OHlca oovuoc Kosaor nvaniio ana Vourtli struct, Brandon. A. ii. H.A.____________ HOWKIJj, HOUGH A; Campbell, liarrlntera, oto. Hebor Arohl- buld H. M. Kowcll, J. Stanley Ilontih. ISHBO CimpboU. rtnor nnrtL (lid Post Oniuu. Mala 3troot. Winnipeg uivUON, ALLAN K MAIMIBTM, ristern, Attorneys, aolloltovu, Sic, Otrtooa Molntyra'H Itliwk, MJIIP Streot, Man. J. H. n. MimflOO. G. W, Allan. Jolir., MaoBeth. ____ ______________________ rilOREN'L'-TWO COMFOnTAliTJC SJIVMN A roomecL brick voneorocl housua, Noa. JSH and IftS Haakina Tormcn, Oarlton St. Apply to G-. D. MoVicar. 11O OH UNFURNI8H- cloub'w fl jorud mul jiluatorccl roomed lionyt: mi Llio Aesinibolnu River; con- icnlant to'lire tears; rent inodcruto. Apply to W. ti1. llendotBon, f.O. ilrawer 1231, city, 8-tf I BY OUH O1VN HEPOBTEH.] OTTAWA, July nnalyiiiH of the vote on Small's amendment lust night shown that 110 Tories and 64 Liberals wero- present. Seventy-three Tories voted for the nmondment, mid 37 against; 50 Liberals voted against tho amondment, and 4 for it. Of eleven ministers in the city nine went Anti- Scott Act, und two, Bowell and Me. Lallan, for the Scott Act. TUB UAHil'IAN VAC'IKIC. Messrs. Charlton and Dsvieu rauumed Lhe Owmdiftn Paoilio debate, principally oonlining themsolveg to tho argument that tha company have no right to Ounuda for more money while four- toon millions of dollars are deposited wilih the Government, providing for ful.uro, and oxcoasive dividends. Mr. MeCiu'thy replied, contending Unit the money could not be touched without the conssntof every glmroholtler. Tha rumors that tho Government, feeling the force of the Opposition contention, will change the resolution M to repur- chasing tho company's land, and Mr Watson will move an amendment iif.ainii monopolies, and compelling the building of certain portions of both Southwestern railways. It ia nuid the Sanato wilt accopt tho Commons amendment to the Soott Aot SIX MILLION At'HES. OTTAWA, June n. i now stated that the Govern merit caur.tis to-day decided to cliangi the Canadian Pacific resolutions. Instead of a K.fiti Ihey will purchase from th oompi'.ny ncros at a dollnr am a half an ncro, COTTA010 a'O HENT.-HKAUl'JH-ULLY nitimtod in tho Krovo, foot ot HiiDOrt St., frontlns on Ited Rivor; wltliln ttireo minutes walk of Olty Hull, liont, oer montli. Ap- ply to Cold well, I'oot of Ularkot St. Kant. 10-22 KUBHRT30N, CAMP11KLL (J11AW-- ford, Hri.rrlstaru, oto, Ofilno. HnrKruvo niook, Main St., Winnipeg. F. Bovorley ItObwtftOn, Oolln H. Unnipbull, llotaoo K. Crawford, B.A.____________________________ AIK.IN3. CULVKR SB HAMILTON, BAK oco. Olflcie ovar Imparlal Bank Moln street, J. A. M. AiklnB, W H, {.'ilver, C. K. ilamiiton, 1'. MoOarthy, U Mlllfl. A. V.tMoOUinftrhsn. W. II. law.___ rilO UKNT.-THAT LARC11C AND WARM- A ly built lionau with atabling, Inird nnd soft waler and other convonlfirocs, corner of Broiulway (inil Fin-by slreotH. Will bo put In thorougU ordor and reutod low to n dORimblc tcimnt. Apply to W. J. Aklu, S37 Main St. 3tf The AT ASCOT. Alexandria Flute Takcu by St. ttntieu. HOTELS. DOUBLAS HOU3K, W1NN1- tlio _ _______ ..__________ station; good tttblo; liirpje ami airy special nitos to families nnd boarders, noLt Co., proprietors. pex; llrat elima family liotol; cniol tlioroiiKhfiiro; couvonlont to tlio riiil- Uen- llendljio Absoi-bg the UnrdwIcU HtnUew, with IViliio HnconU. TYPE-WRITEMS. RKirrNGTON TYPE' WHrt'KU.-CUKAP- uwt olork tha bustuosa inun can umploy. With ono of theso umehinM B boy or lady oa.'i do the work of an expensive ofllce man. MacMnoa and supplies In stock. A. C. Motthawa. oQloe over Ottawa Uank, I'. O. Box BUSINESS CARDS. NOTICES. N" OT10K OF KMMOVAI..-TU1I! nlty HoEipHul hoon removod to 1 liver Bank, loot of May St., and la now ron.dy to re- nolvi? oatlonts. 'I1 ho utttiiliun.cf lha Medical jTiw.ulty (nnd ulso ot livniK u' ndlatnmej cBDitclally culltHl to tlio I'rlvutu VVttnU, wlilcli arti commodious, wttvm HIU! chouvfnl, rermn nn application to the Matron. STORES ANO OFFICES TO REMT. W' 1LUBK UKADY IN A KK.W Lai-tte hull, nrtU'os am1, room.-) in new porllonMc.IntyLoHloi.lt. oppnsito Moicliints Jiiiik. Also fioat olHccs ll'-at floor ovorcjoo, ybrrestor'g Btovo. Uont luW Apply to Alex. iVtclitUTa. -110 Main atrort. ftiow-r.- 1 soa No. Main St., lilvd Jilock, Kitcly ccoiipietl liy Mr. J. Motcnlfo, large unfl biiaoniimt, ar.d anltoaot iillicoson nd nnd third ntoroys. One tonun fir Iho e IrtllUllnR profurrod. Apply llivilBbiB. Ulvii: OAlMfl. lo 13. il. MoDICAN nilOS MX PORTKllS AND deulora in all kindH of Gruin, 14 VVililuln atrcot, near City Hall. Corroopoiidciico in- vllod. Ailviinooa niiulo on (ill conaiKMiiciita tc oumolvus or our corroBpondents la tlie Knatort Hrnvlmiea or .Kuropn._________________ IflEETIMCd. rii u 15 D B r u T y JL Grand Mdytcr nnd other ofllcova ol tho Cirnnrt Lodgo ot Mani- toba A. If. A. viait Wuat Selkirk on Thuusdiiy, 25th lust., for tho purpose rf clodt- cutiiip; tho Mnsonin Hull llu.'ro. fl' h o stuamfir Victoria will luuvo the llimliug nciir McMil- lan's Hill, nt 5 o'clock sharp, returning the following morning. An Invitution IB tended to ull W. M.'u In good atandlnk'. U. Sco'rr, Grand Sooretary. 302f) LONIION, June 19. At Ascot Heath to diiy tho race for tho Alexandria I'late, o 1000 sovereigns, was won by Mr. J.Ham niond'a four- yeiu1- old hay colt St. Gatisn winner of the Gold Cup yesterday, Mr LoJovro's fonv-year-old bay colt Ilernii iige second, and Fred Gebhcrdt's ba horue Kole (which run second to S Gatien for the Gold Cup) third. Th stftrters numbered four. St.. Gatien vro in ciuiter hy six Eolo wa bad third. TUB lUHnWJUKE STAKES. The race for the Hardwieke Stakes, Hoveroigns, wiis won by II. T. Ba clay's hvo-yoar-old brown horse Bendigo, with Mtmton'B tliree-year-old cliestnut colt Willie Darling eeooud, and Gerard's three-year-old hay colt Crofton third. There woro seven starters. Bendigo won hy foui- lengths. There was or.ly a head between second and third. CABLE A View of Uic Indian Hltnntiwu. ,g Henor SagRsta denied that choleraex- lecl in Madrid, nnd severely arraigned Oovornmont for assorting tho con- ary, thereby doing n great injury to the imiDorce of the capital as woll iia to tho any interests of Madrid. Sonor Cnn- JRS De Castollo, prime minister, arid Biior Romero minister of the itorior, defended the action of the ''jov- 'innent iu making public tlio facts ro- irdiiig cholera. They thai- tho ovornmojit was desirous of preventing alarm among the people which would e caused by the false reports in ck'cida- on if thoy wore allowed to go unchul- enged and nnuontradietad. Ifoiiao Not A I'm I  St. (j'eurgoa Cliuich to- diiy Bout tn tho Nuvlliwerit aiuiniboi' of moaquito nota for tha vokuitocra. Bisty- livomon fvoni Nova Scotia and tho Lower Provinces aro in oluvrgo, utnK i 1'ulice. Cnptoin Charltoii passed to- day to join tho Northwest Mmintod Tolico. LONDON, Juno tlio House of Lords to-Jny tho Mnrqnis of Salisbury rose amid clioerB, and naked Loi'd Gnui- ville to consent to an adjournmunt of the House until Tuosilay noxt, Ho eaiJ tha conferouco of Liberals and the (Jonservft- tivos liixd not yet readied ti stage to en- iiWe cither sirlo to uiuko a statement, theroforo il, Would lie morn convenient Eor all to postpone any discussion, till lueaday, na ho had suggustod. He uiuko just ono obser- vation. It wns in rospout ton very im- orduT on tho paper, lie wua nvv.ii'a tlui iinporUineo of pushing tile redistribution of soatn bill Lo n conclu- sion, but IL vory norioiis nuoation had utifortuiiatnly uriaon in ooiinoeticn with tho luunauro. It had Hocoinu known that tlio reJistribiition oC soatH bill hatl de- stroyed ono set of eoiiHttluoncioR, Tho spanker opposed the ollerocl lion of Bunts bill ivhen iu its nresonf form it would hampef Uicm in oaao of an appeal to thu country be- fore Noveinhev. Tho metion of tho Mai'quia of Salis- bury to postpone until Tuesday next tho conmdovaliou of tho I'o-dmtvibution of south hill was then adopted by H, vote of ;iyes lo BU nooa. JSurl Kinibci'ly, who was iSeci'Dtory of Stuto foi1 ]iulia in Mr. llladntono's Ministry, voted against tho motion to adjourn. Mil. LAUOUCillKlllt 1NTKK.H.OCATES, In (Jio liouBQ of G'diniiiona thin ;iftor- noon Mr. Labouchero uskeil if it iviis true that the Munjuin of Mulisbnry wiis prevented from taking ollieo hy his fail- ure to obtain ftiisiiriuu'.o of aasistunce from tho (jovorniiient. 5fr. L'lhou- ohoro ftddofl that he hiiiisolf, and many other llitdiunla, stvonyly objected to this iiuauviuice bainy given the Conservatives in tJio event of thoiv takinf; ollice, Mr. Gladstone, in reply to tho quos- tinn of Mr, Jjiibouchore, anid when he WHH last .laked a similar (inuation ho stated Unit he'had not at that Lime had auj conference with tho Marquis of Salisbury. Bmue then, liu had I'Qeeived overtures from tho Marquis of Salisbury. Should thero be any result of any correspondence lietweeu the Mar- quis and himself it would bo made public. thu New Knell8ltC.huro.ii by the ItlHliop ul'ltuncrt'H Corrospondonoo at tho Froo I'l-csu. Sunday hiat, tho 1'Hh hist., was u rod letter clny for tho Church uf England in this placo. The now church WHH opened For Divine service by His Lordship tho Metropolitan, who preached two most excellent and apprwpriato sermona, in which ho congratulated tho incumbent and his (lock on thu completion of the elegant and ehurehly structure whioli in to BUTVO as a church for Liu; present. It in a h'anio building, nnd will neat about 130 peiBuiis. Altogether, il presents n vovy noiit and lufltefnl iipiMKiKinco, and docs credit to (ho contractor, Sir. and tho other workmen cng.igcd in its erection, who inanifcuted THE ABSENT HKAK. A Tlioroiigh Mcnreli Show His Whereabouts. to Two Indians Want to Blurrv PORT I'm1, Juno 19. Scouts from Gen, Middlctoii'i mid (Ian. ijl.mnge's camp at Beaver llivor Mission arrived at Fort Pitt this evening. Thoy roport having ao.irclicd all through the MCKIBO (iiul entire country north, also hu- tivoon Beaver lliver and 1'itt. Thoy found tlio trail of Big Dear whcro ho loft tho CliippHwayaiis, but no of his Tlio Chippowiiyau1) ro- portod tins McLean family snfo and un- injured, but LitLle Poplar undliia broth or continue proposals of nuirviiigo lo Mc- Lean's tww diiiigliluni. nnd are determined to carry them out. THN hoi; old women, loo, Hcaicrly nhlo to stand fioni Hie, combined cU'ecis of ago and dibttipntion. U iu a horrible; apeota- clo, which 1 have navoraaen in niiy other part of tlio world. Tht'su poor femiilo wrolchiss huddled together outside tlio bar in smill rooms ten foot pcr- imbibing tho soul powon from morn till night, cliouriug oauli olhcr, innyhnp, by ribuld Inllt and ueH'iocliug all tho duties of womanhood for tun tjnko of tho loved di'niii in- pint, and nftor gpoiidiug all their pennieR or lui'pfciico, ns tho cnao may bn, reeling out into the busy utreulN wilh sumo thought of homo again" before husband, inlhoi1 or brother rotuniB. UlUTIHH out a work of w bo proud. with 'chairs; ig a very nice an episcopal to pi'iiduce a ph'uo null HID parish Tho ia seated 111 the ehancul thoro sudilia, iuul tlioro ivill be clinir bye and byo. The The Scott Act Aiuenttuicntn. TORONTO, Jnna small major- ity by whioli tho Seott Act AinendmiMita woro rejected in tho House of Commons creates a consternation among the tem- perance people here, which tho splendid victories in tho couution yesterday can- not ofl'set. It is suid to-day thj.t the effect will be tha act will not ba submitted to this city this year, nu in- tended. Tho following nominations for the Local Lejjislatura occurred to-day: Eaijt Sin'.ooo II. H. Thompson, Churles Drury, Ilofi. rm. Leunoic W. Uawloy, Roform: T. G. Black-stock, Ooiisorvative. East Kent Robert For- guBon, Itoform, elected by acclamation, Chnrcliim will Not Uo to Irelnnd Jnnt Now. f.llHK T lOiru Ukon n n V ulorclioiwa In Port Arthur ami mill Mnrino Uislu c.i curcocs. I'orf. Al-tjnii; Un_t._ on VV illlii I J. K. liuliaii, (Jmimmec, town iuul Ciouniiy ljroiu-vly, 1 or 3 yours ut lowerl cuiront raio9. Aycula wn.il toil in dltitriolH; Iilioial roinmiaslon. A. HoUowny. Hencral AKont, iilock. Winnipeg, Man. PROPERTIES FOR OAi-E. iTtiAT-K KAHMS 'itll anrcs wlUiiii 8 of Uio oity BIRTHS. Austin, Juno IDIIi. tho wifo of K. Jti-uailfoot, I'hq.. morolmnfc mut I'.M of a son. Huron lixpOBltoi plunso copy. llii.s oity, fin lOLh, tho nlfe ot W. Stusit. MARRIAGE. At Uiu resldnncoo' tho lirldu'a fnUior, Ui'HtlwurilliiO. by the lluv. Mr. lliinnan, on the I7tli inat., Jolin A. ot Onrlylu, to Mury Juno, suuouil tlauBtitcrof JoBOpli Darnigh. tiriidwiirtliiic. V (Jiiwn Ht. Itaat. MA1X very low. Jrtiuos Hcutl, 18-31 A VAOANTLOT 111 rcet frontage; liilsliiCHS. Will Mil all ou in.it lit very I Aprly to S. A. UowDotluu.i Sc llciinnta' Jilock, IOU Main Ht. _______ b'OU BATiK.-IMMIGitANTH, UO to Jiia. Wcott. Walatp AKOiit, No 7 t and inspect nla (arms forsniii of WLniilpOK. before jirowrfjnK ynpcn at. Kna th vlolnlly lo tha fur wtial. Murthnnta Hank. Olllco, one block from t H ARHKS 0V (JltOlOK UnilB witliln :io miles ot Wlnnlpw, ('O.i; i-enionlto woiul, water imd nnlrinwl, SI to ?J nor auru1 nosLillomonl ilullcs r auirod; toiniB viiry niHV- olfar nrtr; clioiiliorUinn liomealcad- Inn'. Jilin'oH Suotl, 7 tjucunSt, Kast. 1821 VHKY VAljUAUl.M! IM- vd fann of ilOivroM, 21 mlloa -iVy'1'ioiid ami ap ciHlid d sM'ok nt u valimtlon; i: it> storf ii. nnd snhool _ OK (UO ull ,1 id'..: onltlrotlan; Bplonrtld all nn.t.elawilnml: w.-ll fmioed w th wire. (Ji.o farm 100 Hi iiiidur culUvution; good Inill "i "is; 'to town nml mil Awly A 15KAH HTOKV. From Stnilios in lluiisia, by Augustus Llnre: Mr. Morgan, u unioh rcajieoted Unglishiiuiu lib Ht, Putoisburg, wns vory fond of hoar hunting on thoico, but there was ono bear so ferocious Unit no ono would venlui's to uo and kill it. At last Mr. Morgan persuaded throe peasants to go with him. Tho hnnters wear long boota on tho ice, fastened to pieces of WOOL! several foot in length, and the wood IB on rollers. [Uure Bit. Htu-o mustbe think iny of snow -shoes. would bo ifo uae, for tho simple reason that tho ice is gonorully covered by somo two or thi'oo leal of snow.) Then they stride out, and nwiy they go at fifty milea an hour. Mr, Morgan was rushing thus along the ice, and the peasants after him, whoa out cnuio the bear, llo lired, nnd the animal full. Then, thinking tho boar was mortally wounded, ho cliBcbarg- ud hia other pistol, and iinmudiately aftur the boar jumped up and rushed nt him. Tim Feopie of Madrid Object to Hnul- tury An Hiternntionnl In Morocco. 13. B. Oalor, Q.O in coinpany with the Deputy Minister of .hiatico, loavoa Tm-onta for llugma on TudiHUy, taking the bout nt Owun Souml on Xhnrndiy, to iitteud thp Iliul trial. A fc'il'a. QIIEIIBC, Ju.io 19. A disastrous iiro at George's, Beauno, chiy before yesterday, causing a loss of SBV- ei-al thouaiiiid dollars. Tho fire broke oat in tho saw-mill of Mr. Louis Qen- drioan, which was completely destroyed, as well na the spool factory of Mossi's. Wright it Torrop, and the houao and btirn of Mr. B. Huggftii, and ueveral housss occupifld by operatives. The ltir.l Ttilll, T. Chtts. ono of tho grown prosecutors in" .Kiel's trial, leaves for llp- on the first of July. would bo uo focrct understiindiiig whiitoi-er. lu that tho of Salis- bury himself coiic'.inud. Thu House the n, lipon motion, of Mr. Gladstone, ad- journoil until Tiicudny next. KTILL IN TKOLMItK. betiveon the Ijiberals and Gouaorvatives nro procuoding through tho medium of tho Qiioon. Tho Mar- quia nt' Salisbury urges that if the redis- tribution of aunts bill ia linally p.nsod, tho GonservativL'B will bo dopvii'ed of tho ccmslitutioual allorniilivo of appoaling to the country should the Lihorala unfairly hamper tho conduct of public buBineaa, therefore tho Mnrci_uia of Salisbury unex- pectedly, after tho best legal ad- vice on tho subject, decided not to allow the seats bill to pass into a law until further consideration ban been kiwi. It in impossible for the now bill to come into operation beforo November, hence Lord Salisbury insists upon having Lib- eral pledges not to wilfully obstruct the Conservative loaders. The Conservatives aro alarmed at tho tone oE Mr. Cliiuiiber- Lim'a recent speeches, which denote an intention on his part to haraaa tho Cou- aorvabivea to hia utmost. Tho Conscrva- tii'us insist Ihut the fyiborals will yet be compelled clnincel ia nicely carpeted, and tlio allur covered with n, very haiidsoinu cloth, in- wrought wilh tho more usual sacred emblems, presenting a very fine appear- ance. The windows will ho mnd'j to look hko stained glass, part of the necessary material having already arrived from Philadelphia. His Lordship expressed IUH gruat uiiLifl fact ion with the vrorkiuan- ship and design, and groatoi- still with thu faut thnl thoro in }'iw Lhiin dubt on Iho builduig. Indeed, In tht'ao days of Bomeivhat rucklcrH [iin'oehial Imildnig ontorprino, thu churuli of Manitou aro to bo commended fur the eil'orts thoy have niado not to olVer tu God what be- longs to somebody olso than themselves. Somo very yiii'ioi oua nnd wolcojnn aid has como from tho S. P. C. 1C. and other friends in England, for which all our heai'ta aro deeply gratoful but, in tho main, tho burden has heun manfully borno by the congregation. Tho vory pleasant uito is the gift of Moasm, Inkus it Ellis of this town, who sire also very liberal cash contributors to tho building fund. Indeed, everybody seems to have given to the extent of his ability, mid I don't think I have ovor neon a more general and hearty interest taken in I lie progress of any church work. Thoso who tionld not afford to contribute in cash as much as they wished to gii'o, havo contrived to make uj in labor or otherwisu. H been to mu most, gratifying to BOC, in the midst of this grasping, worldly ago, farm- ers IciwinK plough, nnd ineclirinics thair private businesH, to help in pushing forward tlio holy enterprise. AH for Iho "Ladies they havo boon dimply indefatigable, and their labors have been crowned with uuccoun. We havo to thank them far the chinch furnituro and do- covatioiiB, and many things beaiden. On Saturday lust their fingere bo seun nimbly twinkling among evergreens and prairm liowers, shaping these lovely creations of the Almighty iutu sweet coni- Isimvtionfi for Uis temple, which on Sun- day wan radiant in its beauty, as it ought ttlivnyfl to ba, and redolent uC tiio frag- rance which Himself has brualhod into those pure children of tho summer land- scape, At 3 p. m. was hold a service for Iho to accept Lord Kalisbm-y'ii children, and tho Rev. John May deliv- The Methodist en maase, and Mut tern in Morocco. LONDON, June Spain, it Is chim- ed hero, him "sounded" England in re- gard to tho steps proper to bo taken in order to protect tho interests both of Spain and England against tho of France in Morocco. A French cruiser hna been despatched to Taugiers to bring to Paris mi embassy from Moroceo. This embassy comprises the influentiiil of the military chiefs, and includes Abdul Malek, the governor of tho province of Audyndn, and a strong French partisan. Cnu't uo to IrHniul. Lord Randolph Churoliill has written R letter to the sucretury of tho Conserva- tive workmcns club cxpiossing Ms re- grot that he is unablo to visit, Ireland owing to tho unssttled political uitua- tion. LONltON, DrUAviictl. LOMDON, Juno Mad- dock'a 15-year-old aou was drowned to-day. John H. Mara, of cit.y, received a letter from Oonnral Uovdon'u sister, thanking him for Uie epitaph ho wroto for tho gallant soldier. T11R DEAD-LOt'K. LOKIJON, June 20 ooiisequenee of the political dead-lock, Earl Spencer has postponed hiu dcpiutnro from Ireland. The LiUuralb havo resolved to utnp sup- plies until the redistribution of Boats bill in comploted. Tliey will probably op- pimo bho making oE tho first Lordship of tho TroiiHiry a tnnooure when a vote is ankad for tho Bahiry of for that poaition. NORTHCiOTE fcTIUKS TO IIIH PKBllAGE. It in understood that Sir Stafford Northcote has accepted tho peerage ro- gardless of any action that may bo Ink en. Jimo Chavlos Ben- nett, section fovoman, wan dvownod hern last night. Tho Mayor of Manchester has sent a loLI.er to the Mayor of London thanking the latter fur his efforts to secure relief fund for thu sull'Brurs by the I'eiKlIebury colliery disaster, and adding Ui.it up- wards uf ICO aro known to bo (lend. ANiUlve Buriieit. LONDON, June A fire in the rmtivo quarter of Lagos, a town of West Africa, destroyed over ,1 hundred homios. tor piiriiouliu-a to Wesbrook piiriiouliu-a to imam. ld. Implement dealers. I'rincoss nlpi-if. __ _ __ iillL AND CITY PKOHCUTY FOR .h cheap and on onsy t8rins. aonic rarn. liuiiln ..oar Iho ci Ly at a ration necessary. Vaint lands n oxohanBO for city proporty. Ownjroprowr homo. Mouses for m. Iho iDUtalmont plnn. K. reinovca to H02 Alii n stront, Kronnd titmv. 1st. iloov Houlli Ontiiflo Hunk. _ iiiViHlllANTa A. 11OS3 Yl'o OvorMiiOOO ncrca of clio.eo lamia (oc Hiila naur WlnnlpOK, 50 c.ls. iin norc np- wnrita; on Iho moat terms. TlieHO anas liuvfi Insreotcd by us iincl wo c-in re con. iiionil thisiii to notiml aottiers; InloncliiiK rui- will IK. shown ovor tho Innilatrou, A jilyjo A. I toss Co., Duirtuo Block, 1UO Main fiiiiFiJoar nKsiuABLw HKSIDICNCIO A in nt slaURhtor pr oo; HOlUl ij'ick-tlireo nuriorij. (UnlnR room, Ullion.u li'fhcijcllrooins, lie hud given his knife to and his stick to another when he looked round, one peasant to hold, and both [aio] tho BuoucniAM, Juno 10, Two sons of Chnrloa K. tlnbbard wero afternoon in Ciroen Rivor. drowned this June Chief Stewart leaves noxc Monday to attend lliol'a trial. Tho Standard believes that Mr. Glad- stone ia willing to resume oftico if tho Marquis of Salisbury declines. In that avont, it says, tho coercion act will bu dropped, and Jfiarl Spcnuor nnd tha Mtir- quis of l-lariington will not enter tho Cabinet. The Liberals aro a memorial to Mr. fllnd- Btono Ksking him not to give way. The SLindard declines to believe tlmt the lofusal of tho Liberal pletlgu will prove a fatal iinpodiment, and hopen that Lord Salisbury-will not despair of hia task, hut trust to the patriotism of tho moder- ate Liberals for Hympathy   iiin-pravd. llouao, lit you a.vLtc.-aoon lornnncinl 11, P. Jensen. L- ioa, Apply to 11, P. Jensen. AHTiCLES FOR SALE, ilt A 1 IMANU, U11KAP, IS liv'ntiT Slrcot.______________lBtt_ AT TWO SKATK1) Ol'KN anil covorcil Aiiioi'ii-an inako. AND or auto ulionp. bt Apply Ut Uio t'liluce HtiiblcB, peasants had Had, and he was quite da- fenaeless. In his boots ho could not turn, he could only make n circuit, no _ho jumped out of thorn and tried to aink in- lo tho snow. Llo sank, but unfortunately not entirely, for tho top of hia head ro- niuiuod above tho snow. The bear ciimo and torn oft" tho top of his head and both his oyehda, ami then it hobbled away; but tho cold was so groat Mr. Morgan scarcely felt any pain. By-m id-by the peasants retnrnod, and he heard then) any: "Thero is bho bear imiik into the snow, now wo can kill him." Mr. Morgan called out, "0, no, .......thoy they said, 'Well, now it. ia quite evident Unit yuu must die, so iiinul leave yon, but wo will make you a firo tlmt may dio ecmfortably, for, :i3 for carrying you fii'e tlays' journey bank to St, Petersburg, that IH quite impossible." But Mr. Mor- gan offered tho peasants no largo n re- ward that at last thoy consented, and tlioy picked up tho eyolida too and car- ried tham to a neighboring house. Then tho old woman of Uio place, when she saw tho oyolidB, said, "0, 1 will make that all nnd stuck them on; but aho atuck thorn on tho wrong aides, and thoy continued wrong 111 long an Mr. Morgan lived, It ifl claimed that thoro are tennis players within a radius of ten of New York City. Huxley aays a primrose is corolli- floral dicotyledonous and yet sense people handle those things without having been vaccinated. HelxMllon. SALONIUA, June 111. Turkiuh troops have captured eighty Bulgarian Illiquid iiiaui'gonts, including the kiidor, a foimer tlussian major, and HBveralllus- siiuia. Some 15 were killed. Several bauds elsewhere havo been dinpergod. Thaiv object ia believed to have been to ruise a rebellion, 111 SSI A. Tlie DlnRunrHe View of Hie Situation NKW YoitK, Juno privato letter from a distinguished American traveller, dntod Moscow, Juno 1st, was received in this city thin morning. Referring; to tho Anglo-Uuaaiaii diflionH.y tho writer Tho wa-r fever here lias run ita L KANSAS GKY, Juno nfternoon a train appeared ou tlio tup of the stoop incline on tho now cablo road, noai' the Union depob, and d'ishod down nt a fearful rate of spuD-l. The train was composod of two cars and a yrin car, and was filled with An ai-ticlo remarkably intoreating as a contribution to Scottish hiutui-y appears in the May number of Uio Gentleman's Magnzino from tho pen of Louis Bui-bo. It in entitled "Tho Queen's and ia an attempt to ni tho iclontily of tho foui1 Marys who woro tho moat intimate ered a short adtircss. Sunday School attended young jiooplo of nil denominations weru there. This was a very pleaniug specta- cle. Indeed, the brotherly kindness and good will displayed on tins occasion is very comforting in those days of division and coldnoas among tho followers of the ono Saviour, and will not soon bo forgot- ten by our church, Uvju generously 011- couragod and substantially helped hero, in thoBotha days of her struggling infan- cy. Our brother and sister Christians kavo greatly cheered our lieurla by their presence nt last Snndiiy's sorvicen, at Monday's concert, by their liberal contribuliona; and we wiah to put tho sarno on record. When thoy need a hoiji- iug hand they will know where to look for it. Tho church was well lillod moniing ajid afternoon, and in tho evening literally crammed, ao much BO that sumo 110 or 40 people could not find ontiiwco. And moot reverential congregations thoy weio. TliBBorvictifl woroliuartily outored into, tho ohoir ruutlering Jaokaoii'a Tu Doum, tho hymns and cautiuloH in ex- cellent stylo, and tho pooplu jriining in with willing voioea both in tho music.J and responsive portions. Huly Com- munion waa celebrated by tho Bishop tho morning service1, assisted by tho Iloctoi1. About twonty-livu poraoim com- municated. The morning llu'eatoned mm, whiuli ilotcired many pooplo from leaving their lioinca atsinnu distaucu in tho country, Thn church grounds aro enclosed by a ivU'C fuiict', and on Monday aftenioon Ihn "inetuov flag" of Ht. (Jooigo was run up to the lop of :i "stiilV" oxteinpcirix.eil out of Bcantling for tho occasion by a local amateur mechanic. It stands at the church gate, and is grcntly admired. Poplar treua in abuiidaneo were brought and planted around Iho onclosuio, adding much beauty to the scene. Tenlu wero pitched for tlio accommodation of i -i -_ _ _ Firat fllnitn orriioltlKtal J'iniubilKO IN Kounil. St. Jjouls tiloljo-liuniourftt, An writing became universal and ovary one had write frequently and hfirriud- ly, ii lined uroao for a quicker im'.aim of thought than was ullbrdud by l.ho and writing paper. The clilli- culty at lirat mot by scribes carrying with Uieim portablo ink-horns, .'ind a timo tho expedient was uncceBsfnl. Jlnt as greater convenience wan demanded, the ink-horn bociiino unpopular, mid some one invented tho pencil. Pencils were at lii-nl made uf the motal loud, but Iho loud was worn oU' so gradu- ally and the marks made by UIOHO pencils were no faint that graphite came into uso as a substitute for the loml, and the pen- cilu mado uf this substiuieo wfiro called black-lead, to dmtinuuiHli Llicm fioin tho others. No lend whatever is employed in the manufacture of pencils, tlio nia- turisil lined being gntphito or plum- which is almost puro carbiin. Tliu iifiud fin- ihis ]iur- poso is found in great quanti- ties and (if excellent riimlily in Si- bcnn, Austria, I'ruuaia and suvorul jmrls of thu JS'o rll i American continent. Only tho pro'lnci, of thu minus is commonly un-d fur Ihc. pui'pi no of mak ing pencils, lunvovo.r, as it, waH found lo bo sti much nnpurnir tn sill other kinds au to rendur Iho others piatttir.ally lusi. One1 of thu must m-rimis diflicnltirn in the wny of l.he inanufactuie of pencils from Uin wan the conmilidalkm f Ihe iniitorinl into uuflicionlly dense blocks to rondel' it available For the pur- pose intended. This dilliculty w.m snr- inoiiiiUid by o.xhiiisting thu air in the blncliK of graphite and then subjecting thum lo hydraulic prensurii. In punciln the giaplnto iu niKtod with (ierinan chalk and the hariliiuns of the pencil ileponds (m thu amount of ehalk in the composi- tion. The wood for l.he pencil in Hawed by machinery into thin beards, tlion grovud, then placed in position, Llm glua iijjplicd, the lo.'id Jilid upper jiortion laid on and pressed into placo. No computa- tion ho imido of tho pencils anuu.illy nsod in itiis country, tho number being too vast for conjecture. TIIH WJtlC.VT ATIKIttC.VN A dreary looking country IH the (jruat di'sorl, in I'liih, along tho iioilbum bimndary of whiuh my route now leads. To the Icfl. of the roiid is ft low chain ofburren hilln; to Hie uninviting plain over which ono's oj'O ivandurs ni VH.IU for Home green objuol that might raiuu luipes of .1 lean deiuiliitc region beyond, and over all hangs ;ui op- pressive silence the silonco uf   niinutt'vi, DM 7'l Boconds wohl of (irooli- wich meridian, or cxpiessed in timo, 8 hours, minutes nnd Ht'conds. A moniimont eroetcd nt Unit time hy tliu party nmlu'ng tho determination. This lias boon obliterated by Iho grading of tho Hl.iTut but by niuiuin of n witncsn post remaining mid from tlio IIOUHO ita ucation can be detiirminrd. Mr. Klotx lias ono asniHtant, now nt Victoiia. As BIJOU na Die nights urn favorable )H) will iwcortuin the InnnituiU! of that The detenu imilion uf tho of a inai'o by nUMiib of ielcj'ruph very iKTiil'ati'ly as followu Smnii phiJu whom! in Idiown IK. madtt :i station. Ifvoni this point, as from tlmt whose ImiyiUida is wanied, ob- Biirvrttions of the U'linnituH of certain stars aro tukini, and the tinicH of the tr'uisits ciirufully nolud by n Tho .'istrunumorH then go to the of- ficers nt their at.itious and coiuparu I Ins limes of the Iransitu by ineiuiH of Ic'lvgrnph. Tin1 diUbrciicc in l.imo liuttvc.en Iho hanc station nnd that whoso longitude ia desired in iiHwtaincd and verified by frequent of ciiiiipalimniB. Having aBct-rlained onco ficcni'nU'.ly tho dinereuro in (HUB tho de-- of thu Irmgiliido becomes a inat.hein.'UJoal of easy aecomplish- moiil. Mi. Klulx aflcertain, alter having found tho longitude of Victoria, thai, of Kumloops, which ho will nnxko tho base station for (letorminhii; tho longitiicki of in liritish Oolumbiit. The of tliin work is to obtain the accurate locution of points In which to refer land niirvnyii hereafter 1.o ho made by (iororiirimnt. TH AX A woman leaped from the (Mifton Sus- pension Bridgo yiistt'i-ihiy, and still livca. Tho occurrence took place linlf an hour after mid-day, nt which limo was HCUII to doscemi from Lhe bridge to tho mud on (lie Clifton si-lo of the river, which about half tide. John Williams., of Ashton nnd lieorgo who wero near, went to hor and brought her to thu bunk, and Iwik hor into tho refreshment room at Iho Avmi- moiilii Railway boohing ollice. The wo- man was nlii'u and coiiHcions, and able to reply lo quiihtion put to her, and fiUtuil Hint hor iii.mu was Sarah Ann liimley, mid told Hi'isd. (iridilliR, of Ciordon Koad, (Jlifton, who IVHH pjussiug, ex- amined this woinixn and advisiid her im- modiati) rumoral to tho inlirninry, whith- er, however, uho not immediately removed, owing, it in said, lu tho shame- ful conduct of n cabman. He, living nuii1, was requested hy Detective llobort- BOII to tiiko tlio woman to tho infirmary, but, although payment wns otforod, hu bjcclud, nho niiilco hia irly. Iloln'i'lmiii ri'moiihlni.ted, Pilot and .laid he would put shoot, around cyp Uio mud from tho that no doubt oho wan personal attendants of According to Mury Queen of the old balliM which, in the "Mmstruly of the Scottish bears thu titlo of "The QUOGU'B the four ladie.H woro "Mario Soton, and Mario Beton, and Mario Car- nuohael, arid "mu" being a tho ministering angels who preside over lemonade. As the HUH people liegnu to come ice-creams and wont down tho ivhen Mary Ham, 1 ton M. Barbo boldly was e w w, v Uieywwtho train boyond control, on- th.il c-io VOTMB no risht to tho title _ T LI.. rMTrnn f.Vioin. t.hlih tllB lllCltlont On which jeuvoi-od to eacapo, but remained, in the oara, as to jump from tho train would have bcon almost certain death. As tho train procaaded it gained in speed. Al tho end of the plane at the depot it col- lided with another train. I. E. Ashley, William Hawscn, Dave llickotts and Ernest lloberts.who woro ou the grip car, were seriously injured. Robor'ts hud both legs amputated and will die. The road has been in operation only two days. Tho accident waa caused by Dave Ilick- etts, the grip man, becoming excited and losing control of the grip. given them, that the incident on which they nro founded did not occur in con- nection any of the Quoon'a Mai-ys, and that only two of tho surnames aru correct. Tho four Marys, ho says, were Mary Beton, Mary Koton, Mary [Homing and Mary Livingston thn daughter of Mary Robert Baton Baton, OHICAUO, and everything is quiet, The Russians btilieve that they havo carried their point, and are proud and satisfied. They say, however, that sooner er later the Russian and Engliah frontiors must come to- gether in Central Asia, and that only then will a permanent modus-vivomli be secured." SPAIN. Jtlie Authorities. MA mil n, June inhabitants of tlio populous quarters of the oily stronu- ouuly oppose tjie nioMureB taken by the municipal authorities to ditinfect their dwellings, The resistance of the people became so passionate and perbistent that tho authorities finally felt constrained to abandon the enforcement of all lanitary regulations which had been adopted to prevent the entry of oholara into Madrid or limit ravagen should fclio dineaaelibd The MurhclB. CHICAGO, JUWB vranK', but with changed. Whoat prieos oponod strong, and un- nnd under the influence of higher cabled iid- vanccd to ga, fell baok on sales, asain rose {jc on good buying. Or limit tin rUVUgclll BIILTUIU u.tvj T-.-. a lodgment here, .In the Cortes last even- 'ber, i rose jfe on [larger receiptn to-morrow, and closed quiet. Bales ranged: Juno, closad, July, 90JR closed, August, e.osed, 92Jo; Soptembur, 9oJc; closed, 04ic; No. 2 spring, No. 3 spring, 88c; No. 2 red, Mo. 3 red, S9c. active and with pricas higher; cash, 510.Wi 40; July, closed August, closed 510.4.24 10.40; Soplember, oloBed quiot and firm; cash, July, AugHBt, Septem- of "Croicli, and in May, 15iiC, she riod Alexander Ogilvio, of Boyno, who, uftor her death, in his old ago, married tho divorced wifo of Bothwoll, the Coun- tess Dowager of fcuthorhvntl. Mary Scton was the daughter of Lovd George Scton she personated the Queen iu the castle nt Lochloven during hor royal misLi'osa'u flight, and shared the Queen's captivity in England till about 1583, when, her own health having broken down, sho ve- tired to the Abboy of St. Totor'B, Rheims, where, urmiarriad, sho spent the ro- muindor of her life. Mary Fleming wns tha lourth dnughtor of Malcolm, third Lord Fleming. Her mother, Janot Stuart, was n natural daughter of King James 1Y., and Mary Fleming and the Queen were consequently first cousins. On tho Gth of January, 1507, Mary Flem- ing married William Maitland of Loth- ington (Secretary Maitland, whoBO estates were forfeited, after his death in 1573, by an Aot of Parliament, at the inatigatlon of tho Regent but the estates were restored to his widow and children by Parliament in 1584. Mary Livingston was the dauuhter of Alexander fifth Lord Livingston, "nnd a cousin of Mary Flem- ing; on the Oth of March, 1504, she was married to John Sempill, of Beltrois, and she and herhusbaiid wens afterivardu sorely persecuted by tho Regent Lennox over tho hill in twos and throes, lill the room was fillod. I cannot give a minute description of tho concert. A judicious and foroiblo speech by the rector opened tho ontoi-Uinniciit, ThuiiOiimosongB well- rendered by .Messrs. Jnkea, SHRO, Jacobs and Bailey and Miss Lillian Ularko, all of which wore duly appreciated, not to mention tho Halo Owld Irish Unntlo- by Iho Hev. Mr. I'iiikliain, which caat the audionco into convulsions Recitations wero given by Misa Gordon and Mr. Henderson in capital style, Tho by the latter, creating tro- jnundoua morrini'int. Spooches wero made by tho Ravds. 0. N. Jeffrey, Vinkhani and J. May, :ill with humor of an extramoly oxploflivo charactor. After Iho concert Uio audienco adjourned to the grounds, which were illuminated with lanterns, where a display of fireworks brought to a close as pleasant an entertainment as it was ever my lot to witness, and that IB what everybody is saying just now. Tlioro waa no entrance fee, but a collection was mivdo amounting to about and young gentlemen who wiBluid to treat their Indy friends to ice oream, had nn opportunity to do so at ten cants a Considering that a little ovor a month ago the lumber for the church was not even on thoground.aiid that nine months ago it might bo said lhafc the foundation of the parish itself had not boon laid, it is not too much to say that tho results BO J T, far are bio roars ils conical head Cunt above the level phiin at HB base. Somu riding is obtained at intervals alor.g this unattrac- tive stt'utcli of country, but Uiero :iro no "iip.ndpiporoil" roiuls, mid thu principal to luomit at all iu a disynst at BO much coir.jmlsdi-y walking. A noticeable ftwliii'o tlirough tins tint almost thirsl tlmt thn dry siUino air inllicU upon ono. Huaching n mil way section house L (ind no ono at home; but tlioro is n nmall iindM'Kround ciutern of impoi-lud Wilier in which "wi'igglors" injiuiiiL'1'ii.blo wiifiglo, bul otherwise pood nnd cool. There in nothing to drink out of, nnd tlie water in three fact from the fun-face; while leaning clown to Iry and drink, the wooden framework at tho top gives way and precipitates mo head lirnt into the Wiiter, Luckily tank is hirgo tu enable mo Lo turn I'onud and vvuppoiir at the surface head first, and witli con- uidurahlo dillicully I scrambled out with, nf CHUI-SO, not a dry thread on mo. Wringing what w.ilur 1 can frum my 1 leave a nnlc- inforniing Iho sec- lion biian Unit I had rescued a half- Indian from the cistern, and, I'lviiiing him nut lu drink thu walor, I oncii iiioru wond my Outing. I'llIC Ol1 IN ILI1HHIA London Tall Mall lUnlKOI- Thiit "wti h.'ucj tlio nioni'y and lliat has not the inoliuy was one of Iho grounds of Iho liglil heart with which thn swashbucklers at thu music hulls, and the journulis'ta who instruct them, wero oagor lo havo a Russian war, The campaign WUB  allow you how much of it is usniT, when nna uf the oloctrio coniiinniun vi-ns aLartcd, aiul were both using and apoilinfjji gn-al mnuy of their lighU, they wore paying rtio more than iiur week for platiuuiu wire." ItV NKiillT. No sadder Hpoctacle, says Iho London correspondent tho Now York Tele- are very gratifying, and very credita- _.. to all coficeriied. The llov. H, 10. Jophson is groally cheered, llo has worked hard, mid deserves success. fiold, is Inrgo, and more churches have-to bo built. He is proud of little church and big people. Who will put a lent iu- gido of it Who will placo a boll ontaido, to tell the paople of our pretty little city of the hour of prayor 1 P. 0. B. In n Nnw York lace houso the girl clarks toeing anspeoled of little thefts, or- ganized a vigilance committee, and soon discovered tho thief fco bo tt man. gram, proHentu itself to tho oye of the stranger viBiling the motroijolis of Eng- land, il not of Iho w-orld, than that of its thousands of unfortunate women addicted to tho uao of intoxicating liquors. In itself tho moro habit ou tho part of fennilaa of drinking brandy, gin or whisky ia bad oi.ough, but when tho habit iu carried to tho extvoma of drunlc- annosn it transform" flod's noblest and most beautiful creation into something evcm below tlio boantn. Fleet atreot, go slowly along Uio Strand or any ma of tho man} lanes and alleys crossing those two arteries at liglit angles, look into any of the beei1 and whisky shopa at any hour of tho day or night and oount thu souls tlioro. You wilt find more women than men women with at tho breaat, young girls from sixteen up, old womon with bloated faces and evory tender lineament of their blotted from their counten- ances by the brutalizing ngoney of alco- AII1IO A At a spirilual exhibition ot tho munici- pal court room lust week, some dozen ladies received bouquets from invisible liandi; by thrusting thoir own luinds into A alii in a cloth cabinet. Ono lady, who received a beautiful lot of geranium liowers from :v spirit hand, found, on liiirning homo, much lo her surpriso, that wero plucked from hor own window plants, although when iihn left the the locked tho doom and saw her plants all iiafo. Tin his next lior husband lea witli salt fro'n tho augar-liowl, and seasoned bin ham with sulphur from Uio mustard crnat, nncl Bweetened water from tho vinegar hottlo. Jlo about getting Siia buck up At thu caroloBsnoss of the cook, when Ins wifo told hini have been thu work of bho spirits. Lesson Don't try to'de- ceive your wife with spirit flowers ntolon from her own plants j if you do do-, priva you of f.ho (Mo.) Telegraph. llecont oxptrinjontR that tlio heatiiiR vnluii of coal i) dlmin- iuhcd from 15 to 25 per cent, if il is uned while wet. Weighing the tlrver is nloo mid greatly to diminish the value of coal. NEWSPAPER!   

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