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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 21, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                XII. BATES FOR GONOEKSED ADVERTISEMENT IfUOFICSSIONAL and HU81NKS8 GAUD run in and without displuvj 10 oonta pur vor per month. No Curd Inserted for less thim per month. CONDSN3KD ou tht pano such Fi3 Sit nation q Vtieunt, Situation Wanted, For Sale. To PerSonal, Lost ant. Found, words or under, ono inncrtioi 60 cents, each additional v.-ord two cents 3 wqrds or for ofttih consecutive Insertion (nr IOHB period than week, each acldl tonal word one cent; 30 or undor oni wsck each additional vrqrd 5 contn B or nmlftr each subsequent week, additional word 3 cents. Condensed ud vi'-rtiHOinants not inserted everyday, 39-words DJ" under 50 ccuLs each insertion, ouch iMiditlc warl 2 coats. No adverliscimmt. nhnrKod to account for Una than 51. L EC I Jf. LA PUA.UUK, W. J. ijoepor, Uorrigter, Attorney, Solicitor, Sec, tornuy, otc. Temporary O.'llco, secont] iioor, Diinaoo Block, Winnipeg, MACBONAL.D CAMKUON. BA1UUST- ors, Attorneys eta, Offices, Ulock. P. A. Macuonald. J. LI. Ctimoron. COU3OUJAJ BARKIST1U13, Solid tore, etc. Now Wo'jtinlr.Hter, ]Jrit- ah Columbia. O.'K. Corbouid. A. J.-MuC 8 OA.RIJKRT, Atornorfl, Solieitorn, B53 Main j Manitoba. torneya, Soliiutors, Hloult, Jlliin Street. Wiiiniiio M u tison. G. W. Allan. B.MSlil.-iTKi'.S, A'l- Jinn. J. HSKTON 8IFTON. tionoyn. Dto., oto, OfUco AT' co corner Itoeser a und Fourth struct, Rraudon. A. L. B.A.; Clli.'ord Slftou. B.A. A HOUGH .la. Campboli, Barrlators, etc. -Mebcr A.roM- lisM. H. M. tiowcll. J. Stanlo? HoiiKh, t'W-'U3 Campbell. door north Hid Post OBleo, Main Strsot. Winnipcpr. MACBffiTH, BAH- natora. Attoruoya, SoUcltnrs, feo. Oriicf-a Mclntyro'a Block, Main Street, Winni Msn. J. H. D. Mnnson. G. W. Allan. Jtfocfioth. nipog. John Kobcrtson, Colin ilravrford, B.A. WlnnipSR. IT. BoverJc.y H. Carartiall. Hortine B. WINNIPEG, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1885. VACANT. VyANTKD.-OOOK AND HOU3MMAIU. P J' Unwell, 10 Carltau street CHAMBERMAID North p: WANTBD.-A 0000 QBNEKAI, SBR- wale. KOM character. Good I'ro-vin2 GENERAL SKHVANT npKACHKU WANTKD.-FOH THIS SUN- iTTf .District, male or famulc lutiea to bi-ffin AugustSlBt. Applications wili up to Autf. 10th. oddrcwod to Jno. It, Oak Hank, Man. 21-22. SITUATIONS WANTED. rail IK ADVKKTISEIi IS OPKX TO EN- i- Ragementas Steward or Caterer Wnl) nowum Province. Best of M given If LOST. OST.TUN SATUH.DAY. A fAHCK containing 11 pair of worked Blipmrs aiv looeoollnre. So reward will b lt3 to tho Free Press otlloo BHOKE AWAY FROM "2 and heavy llm'bed, the other briSft hHltore on. Any information their recovery will be liberally re- arcieg. m. Kongo. 18-21. PERSONAL i ty. IT. HKNDKHSON, REPKESENT1NQ llu of Toronto, la now in the amulo Koonis, 320 Main Street, ]Iar- mve Block, flratflat. BOARD AND ROOMS. A IICINS, BAK ia. rlfitcrs, Office ovor Imperial ]Jank Main EU-eol. Winr.ipss. J. A. M. Alklns, W H. Onlvor, C. E. JiaioiHoa, V. McCarthy, Milto. A. V.IMoClODOghan. W. II. bong. MACDONALD TUPP1CU, BAItKIS- ters, Attorneys, Dexter, Harristers. Solicitors, eCe. Iho of .1. U Me Arthur, Hugh J. Macdomild, J. Stowart Tnppcr, ii. J. Ucxtur. MEDICAL. BOAUD.-VAC4NCIH8 AT PHKSBNT for a fow Tablo Boarder a, rates SI per work. Apply at 30 Adelaide Street. 18-24. A GENTLEMAN WISJ1ES TO _ _ O., a room, inclmllnff board, with a "private family. Apply by letter X. Y. Z.t iW press Olueo. 21-22 MOVING EASTWARD. Tlic Toronto Troops Embarked on the Lake. Calgnry Welcomes Home the Alberta Forces. The (tilth at Halifax atcu Goiio to Niagara Ji'allg. The Alberta JVorccs. OALOAKY, July Stcole.'s Scouts and Major Hatton's Alberta Mounted Rilles arrived from tho North yesterday, and were given a grand ova- tion. A deputation of citizens, headed by the Mayor and City Council, met them at the Bow River ferry, where a procession was formed, and started .for tho town, headed by the Calgary Brass Band. They passed under an arch of evergreens, bearing the motto on one side, "Alberta welcomes her and on thoother "Welcome home again." Hero the troops were drawn up aud the Mayor read 'an address of wol- como, to .which Maj. Steelo made a suitable reply. The procession then formed and proceeded down Stephen avenuo to a second arch, with tho motto "Welcome to Steele and His Gallant Scouts" on one side, and "All Honor to the Bravo" on the other. A string of (lags crossed the street a little nearly lost consciousness she was aroused fay some one approaching the bed. It was her husband. He leaned over the bed, kissed her.aflectionately, bade her good night, and left tho room. Imme- her husband had gone Mrs. John- son's attention was attracted tn the strange movements made by her sister. Putting her hand on tho gii'l's face ohe was terror-stricken to feol blooil gushing from her sister's throat. A moment later the. girl, writhing in the agony of death, rolled from the bed to. tho floor. Mrs. Johnson struck a light, and discover- ed the girl lying dead, hor throat cut from ear to ear. The hired man came in ans- wer to her screams, and instantly started to alarm the neighbors. When thenear- ost arrived Johnson too was found dying near the door with a broad gash in his throat and a bloody razor lying be- Jide him. The thoury generally accepted is that Johnson, who .had violently op- posed Miss Band's approaching marriage to a young man of the neighborhood, in a fit of insane jealousy murdered hor and took his own life. NO. 14. AMERICAN. Excessive Heat Proving Fatal in Baltimore, Five People Browned in Cross- ing a StceSni. Btnrtler by a Yatuie Glrl-Vuilnre Shipbuilder Itoaeli. above this with a motto suspended '-you Have Done Well." Business was sus- pended during the afternoon, and all joined in doing honor to the Alberta boys, who (showed great pluck and en- durance in their chase after Big Bear and his tribe. On Wednesday evening a grand banquet will be tendered to them by the citizens ia the Calgary theatre hall. CANADIAN. TUB Prorogation. OTTAWA, July was prorogued to-day, with the customary ceremonial. The Governor-General's speech reviewed the Legislation of the Session, after the usual fashion, from the Government's point of view. The guard of honor was furnished by the Ninth Battalion, who reached here at eleven this morning and left for Montreal in tho evening. rilWO OK THREE UKN'J LliMBN CAN BE JL accommodated with board and rooms in Private family, at 72 William Street. r suitu. mo I.UT.-LAROB AND -X nishccl Bcdi-ooma, one with Barry Street. FUR- parlor en 10-22. f OFFICK 715 MAT St. Uoniacnce 74 Gurry St. Telophoi 1JRS. 5-R. K Sc. BHOTCHI Hoiuraopathidts, hart; removed to writer of Donald aud Kilic V-ts., nort.ii oC Hutol, and opiioslt ir'HiTSlCiAN AS .Late F'rafeflSDr ot tho Principles und f-Va t'lifi of 3dodi ciwo, Victoria Cc-Hck-o. Toronto: (isalstani Surff'Km Toronto Kye and War XnU Dineasos of tho Kye' und Kar Artificial Kyon ixutoctccl. 63 M Street. Winnipeg. 'ST i.. EHNSON, Lt-D.y. DKNTA rooraa, 1J.9 Main St. Teot faxtractod without pain uso o S.? NUroufl Oxide f.ltai. DR. JUL'J-fjKlSM, UKNTIST Noy York Graduate. Nitrous Oxido el von tor pahiJttija Ofiloo Whitohcad'6. Itrny Store. Main Str Day and Nitfht. J. WHITK. SUHUKON DKNTI8T. BUG ecasorto I5r. i. F. R.Iloid. J-Jontul room directly oppcsiUJ City Ktill. Kvery Rltentian Aiven to tno prooorvfttion of tho imturul toeth Ar'-ificlAl tooth mounted on Gold; t ellulol and Rubber Nitrous Oxide Gay ad niicUterod. FJWAfiCJAL I3BISTJER ENDOWMENT Iftzncl to Loan. Apply t Archibald, Ho well. fc CiiintibcU. tfiXfl fiAffc PKIVATK FUNDS. TO loiin on fi ciif procariy. Appl iJortiildson'a rst-class imnrovei to Hagc.1 S; Davia, J3ar i'.ck. VvinnipciK. IAROR St.'MS TO LKND ON GOOD J or Farm properties Private Funds. Kasy tcrnifl of repayment. Richards, Bro JMrliy, Alclntyre's Block, Main Hircet. BROWNS, Jit., AHOUITKOT, Room 3, TJonaUIepn'a Blook. 3-13 Main St. CO3BOUN TP7CKBNDBN. AUCU1TKCT. 9 removed to Manitoba Mortjjaxe ?ind In- vefrtniont Huildintc, cor. PorUigc Avo. und f'orr. St, _________ HOTELS TIUK NKW DOUQIiAS IIOUSB, pua; first-class fami'y hotel; i.-Kt'uttyi on f.he chief convenient to the rail- way station; Rood ftnfi airy special rates to families and bqardera. JJeii- neUifc Co., proprietors. HOUSES TO RENT. mVKLUNU UOUsJB. NO. -10 .b. Dagmar Streci1-.. cnnt eight rooms. ADpi.v 51 Wriect. y fJlO VKIIVCONVKXISSNT WKI.L t furniahj'd House, S root gas, and bu'li room. iiousfl cnri he via-.ved on 'i'UQ.o.iiny, 'i and Friday, from 't p.m. Tfrnu very enaj-. Apply to 31 MoDcrmolt Slrett, kj BKICK HOUfEiS TO ItlCNT.- 1 11OOMS und summer Kitclitn, punipaml .soft water tank In kitchen; drained to main t-r; Venetian imide tiliiids and ii.ll modern r-o i- on For purticilhtra Qpply J. B. MclCilligan, liannatync Muin Bt. 7-tf HOUSKS Kdmonton TO ON OAIUiTON, York, Notfe. JJaiwo, Banriatynr, lioas. McWillianj, Jeniinia, i.ogan, Lisgar, Isatul, .Liuira, I'ritchurd, and Qci-tin Strceta. Apply to S. A. L'OW botham Co.. Cloioenta' Block, ISO Main Hi., flty. TWO HANDSOME on corner of River Avcnnojind entrance to A. Ross' house in Fort KpUKO. J''or suitably tenants the proprietors are pre- roniako sar.tafactory improvementd to uie property. Also two hoitsca on Kennedy He., opposite ttio Court Houso. to let. Apply I'ruinmond liroa. MoHatt, Dundoo }llock. Sliir BUSHdESS CARDS. ICKM No. 93 I'orUtfc X'venue. McICenxio Hotel Man. i'liinf, Specifieationo J-lslinmtCd furnUfced on npplication. i'. O J7I. jVfcI'.MAN BKOS, KXl'ORTKHS AND dealers all klnuu of Grain, 12 William city ('orrcupoudenoo jn- vited. Advances made on all consignments to siuniiilvc! or our correspondents in the Bastorn t or Kuropo._______________________ AND FLOWKHS.- FJIOM NOW until ttib of September, wo arc pre- to supply c'ut Klowera for tuhle decora- Jnlnrjceor oiaiklj iiuantitleR. Larse pel- (lowei's, wretuiij, plants always nn huml at nriecs' I liouipson K. J-'rasar, 77 McVVIIlia in West. WJ5LL FURNISHED i" a private family on Har- Krave.fetroot. Addroaa Jfrou Press Tho Body MATTAWA, July 20. The 'Governor General's Body Guards, of Toronto, un- der command of Col. Denison, pected here at midnight. PORT ARTHUR. Ijake JVivws. Poivr AETHUB, July The Cam- pana cleared for Gollingwood, the Onta- rio for Buluhh. UN IMS A V. Mrs. Arrlvai. July Mrs. George Mann, and three children, wlio were prisoners of Big Bear, have arrived here, arid are guests of David Browne, Customs officer -of this port. AM YOUK; July jqnug'girl 'Utraged by two men in broad day- "rliv" Park to-day. Her name is JMho Callahan, seventeen years old. ST. LOUIS. Tflvts IVrHuna Ilrowned. ,ST. Louis, July special de- spatch to the Republican from Douglas, Jias., says that five persons were drowned in.the Walnut Elver seven miles below that, place yesterday morning. Anson Carman and wife, and Mrs. Joy Carman .their son's.a-ifo, 'drove into the stream, whioh had risen during- the night from 'the recent rains. They swept down and wereoutofsightof the second wagon which came'down to the ford a few minutes Inter. the second wagon were Mr and arid Mr. Joy Carman They into the., stream, and were swept down also. Only Auson Carman was rescued alive, and up to' eleven o-clock to-day but three bodies had been, found. which Mr. Disraeli aspired; bnh what, lustre would Mr. Gladstone gain by changing his name for that of a town, the prefix of a title, by the light to sft and vol.9 in an assembly of hereditary landlords doomed to a speedy extinction, by hearing himself called "my or by wearing a bit' of blue ribbon with a metalbadge attached to it, like a cow at an agricultural show? When Mr. Pitt made an Earl he waa con- gratulated by Mr. Pulteney upon having been kicked up-ntairs. When Mr. Pul- toney was made a Peer ho, according to Lord Stanhope, "sank into insignificanca and an. Earldom." But our Grand Old Man is not made of the vulgar clay out of which Earls and Barons are manufact- ured. I have no doubt that it would please many that he should "sink into insignificance and an Earldom." It would THE KIEL TRIAL. The Trial of the Rebel Lvadei Commenced ot Itrglitn. Objections to the Jnr- iKdicfion Overruled. The Prisoner 1'leuiln Not Utility. An Adjournment to bo A Kited For. eign, but by the will of his Eellow-cou.. trymen I His reward is thoir gratitude and their affection, and he has rightly declined the court gewgaws, ihi> offer o'f an in8ult to such a which was almost man. BAJLTIJttOBE. Tito Halifax Battalion, rino 1'LKA.SANT iTORNISIIKD M. Kooin, with juirual Board, suitable 'or two gentlemen. Amdr 14 Uly St. 15tf ng Apply on premises, J3 Adel- ide St.. lit? fjpHK WESTMlNSTKlt.-TIIKUK J3 NOW one vacant suite of rooms in this build- ing. Parties who unable before to obtain apartments can have them by applying atonco to A. S Hallo-well, Seeretury. MiinitoEa Land Coy., p. o. Drawer 1235, or at his office, Room No 4f top Manitoba Mortgage Cay. Build- Two nice Brick Houses on Oarry street also to lef. STORES AND OFFICES TO RSWT. OFFICES TO RKNT IN BEST PART OF Main St. Suitable for dootorn oc Uw- ytra. Apply to J. B. McKilligan, Ksq., Ban- nutyno Uiock, Main St, WILL BK READY 3N A FEW Largo hall, ofllecs and rooms in new portion IToIntyro Block, opposite Merchunta ItaBlc. Also (rone ofllooo Ilrst floor over Geo. Forrester's Store. Kent low. Apply to Alex. Mclntyre, 410 Main street. Winnipeg, 23tf O THOSE FIRST-CLASS PRJCMI- sea No. 433 Main St.. Bird Block, .lately occupied by Mr. J. MetcaUo, contcininj? large and basement, and suites ct oillces on second and third atoroys, Ono tonatit for the whole building prererrcd. Also the desir- able Slore (3 storeys and warehouse) now oc- cupied by (3 storeys G. D. ood Uo. Suitable for wholesale pnrpoFca. Possession given Aug. 15th. Apply to G. H. Hadskia, OiyioOfuoos. PROPERTIES WAITED. ARTIES H A. VING LKASK OF A Rancho in tho Northwoat, that wish to dispose of, call on or write Mack Howes. Win- nipeg. 20-22. WANTED TO RKNT, IN THK SOUTHERN part of tho city, a ilrst-class roaldenoo, oontoininir not less than seven bedrooms. Address F., Free Press office. tf HOUSE WANTBT1.-TN THE SOUTHERN part of tho city, with about seven or sight rooma, facing tho east preferred, Rood oat will he tfiven for a neat aud coTifortible jJacc, po.-aession August 1st. Address with mrticulars, O. K. Frt-o Press oflico. ARTICLES SALE, 1OR AN A 1 PIANO. CHEAP, AT 19 Wator Street. iGtf STABLES AND WAREHOUSE- PDRNI- fl. ture for salo. Apply H. Shorey Co. BUGGIES AND TWO SEATED OPEN and covered carriages. American inako, in Toronto. At London they were met by tho Mayor and prominent citizens, who gave them a heaVty reception. Lunch was provided and the- men shown the sights for a couple of hours. After a brief inspection of tho falls they reach Toronto at ono on Tuesday. At JPort Arthur. Pom- AKTJIUHS July Montreal Garrison, Ottawa Sharpshooters, and Queen's Own arrived during this after- noon and early evening. Aa each regi- ment arrived they immediately embarked .on the ateamer Athabasca, 'and found comfortable quarters for the trip, the steamboat men doing overyting in their power to make things pleasant. A dense fog set in about 8 p.m., preventing the steamer's departure until 10 p.m., at which time it cleared, and she sailed amid the cheers of tho assembled crowd. Tlie Ninth at Ottawa. OTTAWA, July the proroga- tion of Parliament His Excellency, in the name of Her Majesty, addressed and cor- dially thanked Col. Amyot, of the Uinth Battalion, and his men, for the noble de- votion to Canada which they had shown. They had borne hardships and fatigues of no ordinary kind. He thanked them for the wonderful alacrity with which they had sprung to arms in the defence of the'peace of their country, and for the honorable steadfastness with which they had performed their duties. His Excel- lency was then given three times three by the officers and meii of the Ninth, joined in by the vast crowd that sur- rounded the troops on every side to wel- come them home. They embark for Quebec this evening. ICctiirn of the GfElh. MONTREAL, July enthus- iasm ran high this morning, and Mon- treal was in a great state, of excitement en account of the return of the 05th Bat- MUNSTEK BANK. A Scheme Proposed for its JKe- constrnction. Application to tlio Government for Lortl Carnarvon's cative Itejily. A'e- DDBLIN, July Munstor Bank committee conferred with tho directors to-dny. It is proposed to double the capital of tho bank by a new issue of one and ono half millions in ten pound shares, .....la. per nnd to for the to make an immediate call of iiOa tt PC- share, thereby raising substitute shares of paid up paid, the now shares to draw the aamo rate o! dividend as the old-. present shares on whici ia making the uncalled liabil- ities per share, instead of referred to" in the Catholic Pulpits throughout the south of Ireland to-day, the priests endeavoring to allay the ex- citement by advising their parishioners to rely upon the stability of the bank. The Parnellitos have not yet communi- cated with the Government on the sub- ject of the Munster Bank. A despatch from Dublin relative to Lord Carnarvon's reply to the deputa- tion interested in the 'Munster Bank affair, says deputation urged His Lordship to use his influence to-! wards obtaining from the Government a guarantee for a loan of by the Bank of Ireland to the Munster Bank. The Deputation atated that the Govern- ment would .lose nothing by endorsing the loan, asthey felt satisfied after a care- ful scrutiny of the aftairs of the suspen- ded bank, that with the immediate ad- vance of the sum named and a little time it would bo able to meet all demands in full. Lord Carnarvon in.reply said that auch action as was desired by the deputa- tion waa outside the province of the Gov- ernment. It was only whon a national calamity threatened by a financial talion from tho Northwest The city i panio that Government "could come was in fete, the buildings on St James to the of a bank in the mana. or sale cheap. mith st Apply at the Palace Stablea, 27tf DIOR THK STOCK. FIXTURES, i. and four years' leaao of Bakery and Con- cctionery, dwelling, store, etablf, gpod brick Kent Low. Term s cash. Address 20-20. ven Kent Low. Term s cash. Address, ock Box W., Calgary, N. W.T. INSURANCE. TURK AND MARINE Fire rialis taken on grain in elevators and torehouaca in 1'ort Arthur and For; William, nd Marine Kisks on ort Arthur, Ont. cargoes. J, F. liu'utaii( FIHE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, GufiruTit.uo, Town and Country Property, at lowest current rates. Agoiits wanted in unrepresented districts liberal Hnmission. A. Hollo way. General Agent, aldwoll FUock, Winnipeg, Man. STOCK. FOR SALE. 7U.RMKRS OK OTHKRS WHO MAY want Live Hogs to consume their inferior can obtain same in oar lota at short ot'ce ami low pricu from Qrilfln Sc Douglass, orfc J'ackers, Winnipeg, WOT3CES, TOTICK OF THK MATKIt- '1 nity Jtospital has boyn removed to Kivcr ank, foot of May St., and ia now ready to re- ivo -DtttienlSv Tho attention of tho Medical cuity (and also of parties living at a distance) especially called to tho Private Wards, wliich re commodious, warm and cheerful. Torino n application to the Matron. BUSINESS CHANCES. R SALE. -4 RARW AN KfKmy Piano, by Williams fc on, of Toro'uio, iii good (jrder, nearly new, ricti Terms ?50 cash, balance in onLhly iiiHtalnient.fl at 8 percent, in- rest. Apply to Scooneu Co., Auctioneers, JMalnatrcet, city. L'O 25. PROPERTIES FO3 SALE. ILIj BUY2IOAORESOF FIRST ie.fH Janil. or.lj- 3 miles from .Stony Croii burpiin. Worth periinre. App-y to S. A. Kowljothum Si. Co ..Clements' JliOfH. Main gtrcei. JiMKS STIIKKI1, A JIACINt int. ami sHmll ciiUaKti be Kiven aw ilii.iis one of tlie prcLtieHt-rKrtid.'.Mico eity. ami oontral location. A. Koivbothniii 5; Co., Clemcuta WAUMS Kolt AND ,'ni .iiiprovi-il, in the ffurdcn of Munitobji. yjouk Soutliiirn Manitoba, i.iulwuy iindur constriction, lienntiful rolling ubiintlar.t. Schools hurehea II. B. Thompson. 1'.  -'on- wai'tien, o' a son. MARRIAGE. and Notre Damo streets being resplend- ent in bunting aud flags. At ten o'clock Lieut.-Col. Stevenson's field battery fired a salute, announcing that the train was at hand. A few minutes afterwards, amid the noise of the multitude, the train steamed into tho depot. At once there wero shaking of hands, exclamations of "Mon aud the enthusiasm knew no bounds as tho bronzed heroes ia hats of the most nondescript character, and raiments tattered and torn fraternized with their compatriots. Col. Ouimetwas the centre of attraction, arid many were the congratulations ho received. The men were formed in line, and Capt. Des .Rivieres, fan behalf of the veteran mem- bers of the regiment, presented an ad- dress to Col. Ouiinet and his men, re- ferring to their gallant exploits and the courage and fortitude with which they Imd met all the perils to which they had boon exposed. Tho procession then re- formed, and marched through tho city to Notre Damo Church, flowers being showered upon tho heads of tho men. Tho To Doum having- been sung in the church in honor of their safe rbturn, the battalion marched to tho drill shed, where they were entertained at lunch. SKllflT. VAI.IQUETTC'S XDNKKAL. .The funeral of tho lato Sergeant Vali- quette, of the G5th Battalion, took phace to-day from his late residence, Ste. Cunegonde, to Cote desJSTeiges cemetery. Requiem mass was celebrated. A detach- ment of the 05th Battalion acted as tho guard of honor and: firing pariy. Tho decorations w.ere very tasteful. THE At the dinner given tho 05th Battalion this afternoon, Lieut.-Col. Harwood pre- siding, Lieut.-Col. Ouimet paid a high tributo to Soi'gt. who was one of their best sergeants. He also eulogized tho wounded, Marcotte arid Lemay, who had done their d uty most nobly. He de- nircd specially on this occasion to thank all classes of tho community, and es- pecially tljeir English friends, for 'their generous response in .contributing to the support of Oie families of those who had boon loft bohind. This day especially would, ho assured them, be long remem- bered by every member of tho Ufitli. He would also lonj; cherish tho noble welcome given him by tho citiaons of Montreal. proposed by the deputation. The Viceroy explained his statement that the Government would be unable to aid Hie Munster Bank directly, after hav- ing on Friday last promised to use his in- fluence to secure Government aid, by saying that in his first statement he meant to express his personal sympathy with the losers by the bank's suspension, and his desire to render them such assist- ance as lay within his power. Since then he had understood that it waa outside of the power of the Government to give such aid, except in the case of a panic, which seemed imminent a few days ago, and thus prevent a public calamity. -Matters Kad since then taken a more favorable turn, and the Munster Banking Company ought.now to bo able to resuscitate tho bank without Government aid. The people', Earl said in conclu- sion, would always have the sympathy of himaelf and his colleagues in the Govern- ment in such trouble as that incurred by the suspension of the Munster Bank. OeitliH from Sunstroke. BALTIMORE, July were numerous cases ot sunstroke and of deaths to-day. In the afternoon a fine breeze cooled the atmosphere slightly, but the mercury at eight o'clock to-night was stai in the nineties. The death rate has been largely increased .by the hot weather, which has continued for several days. WIAttARA VALLS. the Vails. NIAGAKA FALLS, N. Y., July body of Mrs. Mclntyre, who was swept over tho falls on the day of the opening of the Intematipnal Park, was found this afternoon wedged between two rooks at bwift Drift; on tho Canada side. All tho clothing was torn from tha body by the force of the current. murdered by a BEDFOBD, Iowa, July This after- noon Ida Kemble, a beautiful child, aged 16, daughter of a loading business mail, shot and killed W.T, Giles, a prom- inent music, dealer. Sliu claims that Giles seduced hor. CHESTJGB. .Jolin Uoacli Assluued. OHESTBIT, Pa., July 20.-John Roach, ..he. ship-builder, who had til's contracts for the four United States cruisers, has made an assignment. tilmreca with Cohabitation. SALT-LAKE, Utah, July director of tho Union Railway, Bishop H. B. Clawson, a double son-in- Iqjr of Briglmm and Henry woo'd we're arraigned to-day'for unlawful cohabitation. All pleaded not guilty. EX, 1'ASSO, A Train Wrecked. EI.PASSO, Tex., July east- bound Santa Fo passenger train, which left-here yesterday morning, was wrecked near, Wallace by striking a culvert which had been washed out by a rain storm. Engineer Wilson, two" firemen and an extra fireman were kiljed. One passen- ger, name unknown, had a leg broken. Tho passengers were transferred to-day. CABLEJVEWS. Rnsnln Relieves that She must Herat. The Cholera Steadily Spi-cnd- iit {Spain. REGI.XA, July At eleven o'clock this morning Judge Richardson and Mr. Leyeune, Justice of the Peace, took their seats upon tho bench for the trial of Louis Rii4. Messrs. C. Robinson, Q C B. B. Oslor. Q. C., T. C. Casgrain, D. L! Scott and G. W. Burbidgo, Deputy Min- ister of Justice, were present as Oounuel for the Lemieux, Q. C., C. Fitzpiitrick, J. N. Greonnhiclds and T. C. Johnston as counsel for the de- fence. Mr. Dixie Watson acts as clerk of the court. Shortly after the Magintrales were seated, Kid was brought into court, in charge of the Sheriff. The indictment was read to him, and ho was asked tc plead, when Mr. Lemiaux rose and an- nounced that before pleading, counsel eHa at the German Reproductions of tlic I'oll HitllUazelte.. WHEAT JDRITAIST. Tlie Uerman Emperor's IllncNH. LOKBON, July private telegram from Gastein states that Emperor Wil- liam on his way from Ems to Gastein had several fainti.ig fits. After arriving at Mam Island ho recovered, however, and proceeded OB his journey. fagged. The Land Purchase'Bill has passed its second reading in the House of Lords this evening. uHsin'M Designs. VIENNA, July despatch from London to the Political Correspondence says M. Leasar states openly that the possession of Herat has become neces- sary for Uussia and ought not to cause war. The Unite of Edinburgh. LONDON, July paper in tho south of Germany Bays the Duke of Edinburgh has visited Prince Bismarck at Kissingen. A Theatrical JKvout. The celebration of the retirement of Mr. and Mrr. Bancroft from the maisugo- ment of the Haymarket Theatre this evening was a brilliant and memorable event. The .Prince and Princess of Wales and their daughter, and the Prince and Princess Christian wore present, and the audito'rivim was crowded with persons prominent in the literary and'artistic circles of London. Several of the the- atres had altered their evening program- mes so that the actors and 'actresses at th.8 different 'houses might take part in tho programme. Mr. Clias.' Wyndham, Mr. Arthur Cecil, David James, Messrs. Hare, P-ineroand Seller and Meadames Langtry, Sterling, Kendall and .Wood and Miss Ellen Terry appeared in exercises from 'London As- surance." Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft ap- peared in "Masks and Faces." They wiare repeatedly recalled .and showeretj with bouquets. Henry Irving rucited Scott's "Farewell and Mr. J. L. Toolemadea humorous which tho curtain j- in for the defence would file a plea the juriudictitui of tho court. Mr. Patrick then read the plea, as The Queen vs. Kiel, charged under the Northwest Territories Act of 18SO. And this said Louis lliel in his own proper person eomoth into court hero, and havo heard the information and com- plaint of Alexander David Stewart, of the city of Hamilton, in the Province of Ontario, in the Dominion of Canada, chief of police, taken on the eixth day of July, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eighty-iivo, before Hugh Richardson, one of Her Majesty's stipen- diary magistrates in and for the North- west Territories of Canada, That Hugh Richardson, one of Her Majesty's stipendiary magistrates iu and for the Northwest Territories of Canada, exercising criminal jurisdiction undor the provisions tho Northwest Territories Act of 1880, ought not to take cogniz- ance of tho offences in the said inform- ation charged and specified, because pro- testing that he is not guilty of tho same, nevertheless the said Louis lliel saitli that the offences with which he is charged are punishable with, death, and ho should comnTitted for safe custody and Bent for trial to Upper Caitadst, or to any court constituted in British Columbia taking cognizance of like offences com- mitted therein, and because, in virtue ef tho laws in force in tho jilaae where the said oneucec aro said to have been com- mitted, the said Hugh J.liciiardson has no jurisdiction to try tlio saidoflencoscharged T....C 'hosuid that Jits latvycrr understood hia thoroughly, njul he felt tlmt in a days ho as frcio a man Ut hho slated that God would watch Ilia case for him, and that tho Almighty that he WAS acquittal. His undoijtood tlmt lliol'g counsellor, will ask- for a change of tenting that local fueling prejudice their auu. I nay also bringing Gabriul Lhi- monfc horn aa H witness, provided tho Oovernmont will him protection and allow him tc. return to the United Mates within a certain period. Riol has in tlici of Maun Tie- iioujT, Fitzpatrick, GreoniliioMg ami Jolinstonc, able couneollors, who will put Orth every effort to eave him from tho fallows, the [mwocution aro Messrs .lobinson Oslur, Kurbidgo, mid dearth's large brick building has >een converted into a court i-oom, wliich las licnn luvttly lilted up, nl though oir-cwIiatBtnaU, very comfortable ThV iross reprnsentatiTKB have boon m-ovidcd wrth a ten inch inblo, which Ri-eatlv re- oinble. a rc.lling tire.ome lookiu "8allely" it ia oubido t ho raiJunj, tlmt the knight, oi' the quill have to mingle with Uie uu- washed Judge Hichardson liiu, a good vww of tho surroiindingii from tion, httlo back from tho cunteo iha room, the prinoner's doclt is located to the right of Hid Honor. O )mve a long table, with tho and at uithor end, the jury occupy bimch at one the room, and thu ladies will bewitchiiiK .mile, from a .u wiufintin- tended to run the show on thwiickel scale, but mat idea lias been abanilonod, and tho cnUT-iaiiiinettt will. U> open to everybody. whila e of t Uioi- KA.STSAIS CITY. A Lynched. KANSAS CITY, July 20.- brief des- patch states that Neil Thornton, a desper- ado who murdered Dan Sheehan, a police- man, ab Johlin, Mo., yesterday, was lynched there this morning. Thornton was a very bad character, and shot Shee- han while tho latter was attempting to arrest him for an old offence. An Elephant's Death. KEENE, N. Y., July Barnum's large performing Asiatic elephant Albert, who tilled his keeper, Jos. Sweeney, at Nashua on Saturday, was takpn to a ravine in the suburbs of Keene Saturday afternoon and killed. He was chain- ed to a large tree and the location of his heart and brain were marked with chalk. Keeno was again raised, display- tage fairly converted into a garden with bouquets, wreathes and other floral offerings. Mr. Bancroft ap- peared struggling with emotion and made a long in which he thanked the public and all those who had kindly assis- ted in making the evening entertainment a success. Atthe conclusionof his remark there wore loud cheers for Mrs. Ban croft. When she appeared the whole audience arose and waved their handker in the said information, and thus th Louis Riol will verify. Wherefore, tho said Louia Kiel prays judgment, if the said Hugh Hiclwrdson now here will take cognizance of Uio in- formation aforesaid, and that by tho suit! Hugh Hichardson ho may bo committed for trial aa aforesaid. (Signed) LOUIH RIKL.. Mr. Robinson' then aakod for an ad- journment, to giro counsel for the. Crown an opportunity to consider and reply to the plea. lUocuu was accordingly taken till one o'clock. Whon the court oounsol for tlio Croivu filed a tlio pica of defonce, maintaining tlmt the trial should go on at cmeo before Judge Richardson. Counsel for tho defenco joined isauo on demurrer, uirt argument, proceeded. supported the plea on the jurisdiction point. Tho lirtt point argued was whether the Northwest Territories formed part of tho British possessions ceded to England by V'lunce, or whether they formed part of the Dominion aa ceded by the Hudson Bay Company. It was contended that .ini'dor Mngim Chai-ta tho criminal lavr of Eng- land forma part of tho public law of the TEEMER'8 CIRCUS. of YMvtcritay'H fittuburg. Kumlaitr FJrut In the Hnili O July. HO. -Fully .even thouwnd aoeomblod at MuKee'e itoeUs baturday af tonioou to witiiow the in the Toomer rugiU.tfc. The weather was oppiiMively hot. Tho wator waa as smooth The firatavewt M-IU tho throa-mil.. "B'-0 RcuH for a of Iho onlridh were .Teomur Gau- daur, ion Eyck K> llamm, IfeKay and Hosmiir. At tho word, "go" all Uwk the water but Toemor, who rowing tlio fasteat stroke, quickly ?nS n .00 yards, howovoc, Gaudaur drew un ioomer, and passed him at thn end of tho hint mile, turning the buoy titrt-o enRths in tho lo.-id, with Teomor 2iu! I All H.llstl; 'ttiA ____ ___ aild Ten ......___ On thu homo stretch Toen'ior' effort to close tlio IJUBU rear1, made an but liaiidaur pulled away from and crouwd Ihu i'.Vo ,f lod. Time 1'J.M; recmerSnd, I'.t.Stt, ttud TonEyck in 11I.E4. Tho second raw f or a, purso of by of 3rd. TinSo Tho double Koiill raco, with ima Hosinci- ugainat Unium mid McKay. oJott' J TI tliu coi u coiisi.lRlioii raco McKay, Hu mm. r mid J'rid.ly wore the nlnrtKi-s nrKi-s too.t HID lead froio tho start and liiiuhecl twejoiijthn iil.oad of ujct IJoBincr, who wuro u ti.) for unwind pl.wo. Tlio tiino made Qjudfaur, was again Thirty-three members of the Light Guards were then marshalled in line at and at the word "fire 15 paces, the same THE Tho steamer Quebec, of the Beatty lino, ran on a rock near Wilson's channel 'in the Sault River while culler way from Port Arthur to Sarnia. The mishap, oc- curred on Wednesday evening, and the Ontario, of the same line, took nn board the wrecked steamer's passengers next day. A wrecking tug and crew have been sent to the relief -of the Quebec. Both steamer and cargo wero well insur- ed, so that the loss to either tho company or shippera will bo very light. "WITH A RAZOR. Au Mil 11 Murders Sister-in-law, tints HIM Own range and Horrible Trasei His Suttirday, the 18th liwt by tlieliev J. V. Belts, Fred. J. Nix- on, to Ada, cHe.-'t daughter oil Captain Jus. C. Ko.-nedy of thia eity. CincAon, July Inter Ocean's Eldpra, Iowa, special says: Buckeye township, in thia county, is all agog with excitement in consequence of a unique and horrible tragedy enacted last night at a farm house four miles from this place. Miss Grace Rand, a beautiful girl of 10 yearn, was a member of the family of George Johnston, a'farnier.whoso wife was her slater. The ladies customarily occupied one bed in the second story of the house, while Johnson and a hired man slept together down stairs. Last night the family retired as usual, ilra, Johnson with' her aister, and the two men, in it room on the tirat floor. M-iss Band fell asleep' quickly, and just as Mrs. Juhiiaou had i A r THK The revolt of a member of the Sacred College against the au thority of tho Pope has been followed by tho complete sub- mission of the recalcitrant dignity, but both in its circumstances and its cause the abortive insurrection of Cardinal Pitra agaiust Leo XIII. forms a moat curious chapter in the history of Papal administration. It is well known that Popo Leo XIII. is no admirer of the zealot type of ultra religious journalist which found its highest example in the gifted Louis Veuillot, A short time ago the Pope caused a special admonition to be addressed to a of journals of thia character. Of course the whole clan of zealot organs was sorely afllicted at a proceeding so unlike tho favor of the daya. ft sqpp ston that they possessed friends among tha cardi- nals themselves, and one of the most distinguished members of tho Sacred College, Cardinal Pitra, reputed to be tho most learned member of the body, went so far as to publish a counter letter to a Dutch journal of Ultramontane views, in which the papers condemned by the Pope wore singled out for special praise and recommendation. Thero was tro-" mendous scandal. Among the many cardinals and prelates who addressed the Pope" with asauianoo of obedience and sympathy was. Cardinal Guibeat, the Archbishop of Paris, and in roply to his filial epistlo Pppe Leo has publish- ed a brief repeating his former censures of the zealot party, aud full .of stern meaning for tho rebellious Cardinal Pitra. It is now stated that Cardinal' Pitra has confessed the error of liis ways, and has humbly declared that he "accepts what- ever the Pope repudiates." The incident may ended, but the senstion has only, commenged. number of bullets penetrated the vital spot. The huge beast fell dead without a struggle. Ho -waa valued at The remains havo boen donated to the Swithsouiau Institute, at Washington. The Grown jewcla in the Cathedral at valued at CHICAGO, Heavy Loss by Vire. July oar Willis French were burned to-night Tile M Flour was quiet and prices unchanged, wheat was somewhat unsettled and nervous, aiid frequent fluctuations in prices were noticeable. Advices from European markets show a comparatively sieacjy feeling in the Eastern markota wero stronger in a general way. The market opened rather with rather free offerings on local account, and prices ruled loKer. A stronger feeling was however de- veloped, and prices rallied again on reports of damage to growing crops. This had some elfect on local operations. Hid encouraged rather free buying to provide for ouUtandiiig contracts' New York was stronger aud higher early, but irtcrvrarrla cased off: 'St. Louis was alno ligher with tho bad crop news from that quarter. Tho reports stated that for quality the exports from tho seaboard wero moderate. About noon the market >ecame easier on rumorn of the antici- sup- ___ The narket during the last half of the day was weak, with more or less realizing, and finally closed about gc, lower than the closing on Saturday. Sales Cash, July, closed August, cloned 90i@ OOgc; September. sellers; No. 2 spring, No. 2 rod, No. 3 red, Mess pork quiet and lower. Cash, August, closed 10.35A; September, closed Lardquiet. 0.67A; August, September, Dry ealted shoulders, short ribs, sides, 0.72i; short eloar Whiskey firm, Sugara, cut loaf chiefs, while the stage sh.owe.red with bouquets. 4'BASCK. An Kxpcngivo L'ampnlen. PAIUS, July The cost of tho Ton quin Campaign according to tho budge comments, will bo francs, o which only francs havo been voted. There has been an addition o heavy expenses since the balance waj-, struck. The deficit will bo loft for the next Chancellor to deal with. ICeproducfntr Wi The publishers of La Telegrapho an reprinting a facsimile of the Pall Hal Gazette, containing that paper's exposures of immorality in London, and the paper is being extensively circulated among a certain class of partisans. Bprcnrt of the MADRID, July Cholera ia spread- ing in various provinces. It in propa- gated by fugitives. Tho disease some- ipcedily disappears, but in plaoos where there is marshy soil it rapidly in- Bated increase in the visible ply, and prices 'declined The Full nail Oanette. BE.O.SSEM, July movement has works of I been to prosecute certain papers of this city for publishing indecent extracts from the Pall Mall Gazette regarding vice in London. The mayor of Brussels de- nies that English girls have been inveigled to this city and' placed in disreputable houses. FTAI.Y. I'olwoncd by Roint, July hundred persons were poisoned by ice-cream at Riposte during a public holiday. A. crowd sev- erely punished the vendor, who narrowly escaped with his life. A Cannibal. A madman been arrested at Sandons, near Venice, on the charge of kidnap- ping. He confesses that he has stolen' and eaten a number of children. because lie was starving. The He w Coins. ST. PBTEjme.pHo, July re- ported that tho mjnt has, been ordered to issue gojd coins of the value of one pound sterling, bearing a bust Czar in re'- lief. Jc. of th< AND AW EARL- DOM. London Truth: Great, too, has bpen the chorus of flunky adulation which greeted ofter by Her Majesty of a Peerage to Mr, Gladstone. "La plus bella fille na peut donner quo ce qu'elle and a sovereign can do no more. A title and garter were the re wards to Tect of a I.OHD. CAIIIO, July prospect of the immediate issue of the new Egyptian loan of .secured by the British Government has infused new life into business and Government circles in this eity. _________ _ I Halfpenny dinners can now bo'obtained m London, conaistinglof a rich stew made of the best quality of potatoes, carrots, onions, oatmeal and meat, and a second course of bread and jam. The Emperor of Annam uses a water- pond as a money-safe.' Hollow trees are usud to store 'ft in, iand theea are sunk into the pond, which is guarded by a'Lti- gatprs.. The money returns no interest, hut neither has any banl; eyer failed, The of iiog being esteemed wore delicate eatimr than out from a heavy animal, Chicago provision dealers tnm a twenty-pound ham down to six- teen pounds, sell them at a higher price, and have the four pounds of trimmings left. s parturo from such provision was uncon stitutiorial. Mr. Fitzpatrick next pc.inte er struck him, end first, on tlio lead, breaking in the bone and eautiHir braini! to protrudu. Ho was takon a the mounted policu liosjiital in it nUlo if and although In tho best of care hit of rocoTory ire oxlreinuly doubtful, TJio sulferor is nineteen yeai-s   uentincl while ou duty should always keep on IUH feet 'I Sentinel (without looking That'n the woy we used to do when the war begun, but that's out- lawed long ago. Colonel (bctfinninc to doubt if tho man really on Arc you Uio aentinel liurc 1 Well, i m .1 sort, of a wntinol. 1 m asort of olHcor of tho day. ganttuei if you'll hold, on till I get sort of a gun together I'll givu you t tort of a salute. Tlio Argonaut. PatU has made a coinpromis.) with Uio -f.ciuuj, who takes aMockiaiu of; IB Ueu ot the a yew alimony iho French courts had ordered, hor to pay him. A; newly-openod public Christiana, Sweden, is provided wilh .narnerouo charts diagrams of ihe heavens, mid a redactor Raid to lie fifth largest ju tho world.   

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