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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                VOL. XVII. WINNIPEG, SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1890. NO. 66. BEST ADVERTISING advertisement of any sor ffhateverisworthFour TimeJ much in the DAILY FREF PRESS and the EVENING FREE PRESS AND SUN, together, as other Winnipeg daily adverti- ing medium. ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements at tbirtj CtA'l- or i'lserred ou this page ot T" Dally (Mori. I UK) Free Press aud KrfC Sun (both edi- for zr.o. (prepaid) per day, or ii.ai Pcr week- HENDERSON CO. Real Estate and Insurance Ac'Cnts, Room 4, Cienienf Block, 490 street. ,N-, ARK1STER3, ATTOa- citori. etc. Offices: Western Can. nd Wm. i'VrrKRSON McCLKNEB- V A. M. Aik-ins, Q. C.; Person, A. V. Me- prHIB4JJ> OWELL llcwr H. M. Barte eK. llcwr 00 ID OtBces oeccud door tbot ?ostoltice. _ PIIOPKUTY i''OH SALE. 'T'v'EPT COMPLETE BKICK VEXEBB COT- A ok of 11 on 60 Ioot lot- aeB' SlSintreef, S'irc wieMxirhoon. _____________ 1 H'lE IMP -OVED PKOPERTY PKIXCESS for rale. >carly iuO fetbrings in pxxl rental. Brick and irame i HAXDSOM BH1CK VENEER PRIVATE RESI- A dace for sale at lot 99x99 ft, irame Property c 407 Main Street. SPKCIKIC ARTICLES. mECXER F1L1HO OABISET, STANDARD BEM- 1 ini.toQTs-pcwri-.3T, Supplies I-u.cn ptptK, Carbon Papers, Etc. W. S j. W. SS8 Main atrwt. nt Ooul Co.______ NOKUAS'5 ELBCTKO-OURATIVE BELTS rtond at the heart ol all such remedies m_ the world lot the care ol nervous debility, rheumatism, iodMstiorirslcepleiBnesiand all other nervous rtis- aisol-They ere largely imitated, but never eqnallad. Oooaultatldn and catalogue iree. A. Norman, a Street Tnrnnto ______________ niJJE ORASD PACIFIC HOTEL MARKET J_ square, This hotel ha3 been recently n-Stted and is tmcler new m-majreuient, and Iia3 all modern conveniences. Jolui Hamilton, Pro- prietor. nTHE CLARENDON THIS HOTEL, HAVING j. been refurnishe-l and refitted throughout, makes it second to none fn the Dominion. Special iccoinmodation to commercial men. Kutley Mc- Cailrey, proprietors. mHE LANGHAM HOTEL, BHAKDOX, SITUATED X ou 12th St_ Newly rarnished and refitted fchrmighout Every room heated by steam hot and coid baths; anmple room for commercial travellers; free meets all trains. The Langham is now She niort comfortahle hotel of Winnipeg. Ohargss aoderate. J. W. Nealon, proprietoi1. GORDON SUCKLING. Real Estate, 341} Main St. WILL BUY THE VERY BEST COR. lot lor sale on Hudson's Bay reserve Apply to Gordon Suckling, 341J Main St. i K ACRE BLOCK ON YOUNG STREET, NEAR ii. Portage avenue; this property can be sub- divided ao as to realize a handsomft profit. Apply to Gordon S; Suck ing, Main St. WE CAN SELL YOU TWO OF THE BEST lots obUwable on River Avenue thia proper- ty is lor sale at a bargain it taken at once. Applv tc Gordon J; Suckling, 34L) Main St STE WART BO ARE, Bral Ettate Agents, 130 Princess Street, near Market Square. QA FEET ON PRINCESS ST. AND 61 FEET OS Hay Market, opposite Gerrie Block on Market Square. This is -ne cl thfi best propQrties offered or sale in the vicinity of tfce market. 60 leet corner W Pnrcen St, so'id hrick, building in first class rendition for site cheap and on easy terms. 07 LOTS EAST AND WEST OF MAIN STREET 01 containing about 17j acres immediately atl- ,'Oimas C. P. K. We will receive offers for the whole Ml aoc tor this only, to wind up an estate. ABIOHLS IMPROVED RESIDENCE STORE Property for Bale, m-inthly rental S90. Cheap at once, Will nctt purchaser over 20 par cent. cash invested. Call nnd Ret particulars of the properties.. Co. Real Estate Aitents, 450 Main Street. OF LAND WITHIN 1} MILKS OF toe Postofflce, frontage on a good street. ?rice A first ban-am. Apply to Si. A. D MDoth ham Co., WO Main St. SOAA WILL BUY THREE LARGE LOTS ON St., corner and 100 feet frontage W-nn. This is a snap tor cash. Apply to S. A. i Co., Main St. a BEAT EAKOAIV ON THE HUDSON'S BAY U story frame housa and large lot: and increasi in value. Price, Easy terms. Apuly to S. A. Rowbotham SL Co-, <601Iain street J TO LET ON SMITH, ASS1NIBOINE Noire Dame, M. Dermott. Ross.-Jerairna, Mo- "UUirn, Alexander, Kate, Jarvis, Anabel, Lome, Gomitz and Disfeuli streets; stores, JTOea and rooms. Apply to S. A. Iiowbotham 450 Main street. CHAMBRB, GKUNBY CO. Estate, Mortgage Loans Fire Inauranes. S43 Main Street. Telephone, 60S. R SALE PORTAGE AVENUE, TWO lots near Clarendon Hotel, a bargain. 19 !f. lot tam St. South of Northern Pacific Hottl for er ft. On Main St. near Alexander St. A CKES AT ST. JAMES AND ST. JOHNS SUIT aole for plattinir. Main St., comer lot shor Jfince north C. P. R. depot. a ft. Desirable blocl! from Main st-in centre o Fii.e building site in H. B. reserve southerly front, cheap. Choice resi lots including river frontojrea in H. B. res fort Rouge. Chambrc, Orundv Co. CASH WILL BUY SOME SPLENDID butldinsr lots on Baunatyne street, facing orttleast, 33 feet by 12i to u lane. Torrens titles, lenns easy. F. Proudfoot Co. O ROOM HOUSE ON WILLIAM ST., JL S12 7 room house Alfred St., 415 Catherine t., 310 West St, store and rooms above on larket St., adjoining A. Strang's wholesale grocery, Crotty ic Cross, Real Estate Aleuts, 194 Market St. Boss. HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS ,.0' CitJ" sa-te. stores, houses and room Chambre, Grundy Co., Main street MONEY TO LOAN. TO LEND TO SETTLERS, others to purohaso land, buy stock, build .oweit current rates of interest and on lavprible terms; no commiGsiens. No fine Qsler, Nanton, 381 Main "net, Winnipeg. FARMS FOK SALE IN SOME OF THE BESI locations in Manitoba, very cheap, and terras t suit purchasers. Houses lor sole and to let in a1 partsof the city. Call and.seeour list and get quota tions. WE HAVE ON OUT. LISTS SOME OF THE best Main street in Winnipeg, som flue biiildi. g lots north of the C. P. R cost and wes of Main street. Great bargains. ACRE PROPERTIES IN ST. .'AMES AND ST John's, ondohoice building lots on King, Broad Furbv, Jemima ajd Rosa streets, and iti othir parts of the uiw. J. McLABBN. Real Estate. 962 Main street (over AJlofl'ay ft Cham r, ion's Bank.) PRIVATE HAVE HAD A LAKO sum of money placed in my bands for inves ment, and am prepared to advance money on rea e-tate mortgages ac a very low rate of interest. Write for particulars. J. McLaren, 362 Main St. JIAVE FOR SALE IN THE HUD- yen's Bay n serve four houses in urst c'asd re- pair, wi'l pay on the investment. Cal] 1'or particulars. J. McLaren, Main St. HOUSES FOR ST Garry, S2.250; Alexander, Smith, Bamiatyne, Kennedy, ;Carlcon, Proud, Boundary, S950. Houses to let on Broadway, Harriet and Boundary Sis. Score to let on Portage Avenue. J. McLaren, 362 Main St. E. RICHARD CO. Real Estate Agents, 363 Main St. A RARE WILL EOT A OKIST mill in good order, with pood machinery, i res of land, close to the city within a few 100 yar.ls of a railway station. For particulars apply ti lichard Lecomte. A PROPERTY OP 37 ACUES. WITH 2 RIVER frontages and fairly house, 3 miles from postofKce, 6950. A SQUARE PROPERTY OF 80 ACBE3 AT CITY limits, west side, per acre. P. PRO ODPOOT CO. Real Estate Agenta, Main Street. PECULATORS AND HAVE on sale some of the best Main street frontages IPO other central properties, sure to increase in alue plenty ri time for purchase money. F. 'roudfoot Co. FARMS (SOUTHWEST OF _ prainc plenty of and water) equal to livnd on PDrtage Plains, 'armers should see this district prices three to six cHars ptr acre. F. Proudfoot Co. CROTTY CROSS, Rea.1 Estate Agents, No. 1 Market Street East. LOTS NEAR ST. JOHN'S Will be sold ol.cap to close up an old syndi- ate acre lot with good frame house, near St. ota's College for ROOM HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN STREET north for sule cheap or exchange for farm land, mall dairy plot on Dufferin avenue for !H50 or ex- hango on fann land. Several first-class market ardens in Kildonnn cheap. GI-INES CO.. Kcal Estate, Loan and 42i Main Street. OR 100 FEET ON [3 Main corner lot. One of the best lo- cations in the city. Particulars from Glines Co. A A ACRES IN ST. JAMES-ONLY S30 AN L U V acre 145 acres at an acre 10 acres in .ildonan, 35 acres a shorb distance west of ity limits, an acre 2 acres close to Portage venue, only 3500 one-half cash. Glines Co. rnwo LOTS ROSS STKEET, TWO LOTS J. on Me William street, almost opposite Dufferin anrl several desirable lots on Main street, orth of the tiack, cheap. Glines Co., Real Estate 421 Main Street. 1HHIPEB WESTERN HEAL MINING EXCHANGE Mills Ducker, 549 Main St. Telephone 398. TO LET-A BUILDING ON MAIN STREET CEN- trally located and suitable for mercantile pur- oaes with good frontage, basement and upper flat, tent low. Call on Mills Ducker, 540 Main St. WILL EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD TEAM OF working horses, a house mid lot north of C. n. and close to Main street, renting at per lonth. Value Clear title. Mills Ducker, 49 Main St. A COMFORTABLE HOUSE ON Harriet street. Also six houses on street at each. These are properties vorth securing. Mill i Ducker, Main St. M. FORTUNE CO. Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agents, 463 Main street BARGAINS ON MAIN STREET, 35 acres of choice property on this street, opposite he Ladies' College, li miles from the postofBce, asy terms. For particulars apply to. M. Fortune Co., 463 Main St. KENNEDY CHOICE LOTS ON this stiwt, 100x120. Price, Easy ennB. This is a bargain. Appijr to M. Fortune Co., 458 Main St. -________________ DWELLING HOUSES FOR SALE, ON KENNE- dy, Edmonton, Carlton, Donald, Smith, Garry York, Vauffhn, Furby, Young, Carey, Balmoral Dagmar, Jemima, Ross, streets Stores on Main street and Mirket Square. Apply to M. Fortune i Co., 463, Main street. FOR SALE. By A. SntherUnd Co1, Real Estate, Loan and Financial Agents, Office, Room 5, Wsstorn Can- ada Block, Corner Main and Port g9-Avenue. O 1 O ACRES, JARVIS STKEET. CHEAP corner lots, Jemima and Isabella. it. Pauls, St.' Andrews, St.Boniface, St.. Norbert, and other farms iu every municipality in the province. TOWN LOTS ON MASS, PRINCESS, PORTAGE avenue, Hudson Bay reserve, and 200 in iolnity of C. P. tty. on easy terms. Good house ,nd lot, Rupert stieet, east, cheap also first-class louse on Hudson Bay reserve at a. sacrifice. MUNICIPAL FORMS. rMPOBTANTTO MUNICIPAL MIES, THE UNDER- I signed makes a epecialit} ol getting printed of Debentures, seeiw; that by-lr.wa are properly submitted to too Municipal Commissioner for his approval under the the "Manitoba Municipal Act, furnishing forms and estimate of cost for all kinds of Municipal Printuig, Bookhiiirt Ine etc. He trusts that by-erring all matters entrus- ed to him personal supervision to be In a position tc rivet hose requiring his services ever} sahrfaotiou' Oterees moderate. ARTHUR STEWAST. 6u9 Main Street Winnipeg, late Sec.-Treas. K. J. Dlab'ct board and AssWant Municipal Commismoner. LOST OR FOUND. FRIDAY, THE 12TH, A UOLD locket, ceased; medium sized. Beward on returning to Free Press office.______________ RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET BOOK, with silver tips, containing ?100, and r-st in between C. P. R. stock yards and M in St. Kinder will be suitably rewarded. Ap- ply at 283 McWillinm St.____________ T1O TAILORS GOOD COAT- makers. Apply to Geo. Clements, merchant ailor, Winnipeg. THE C. P. R. STOCK YARDS night of Aug. Slet, one grey mare and one bay mare with soar onhindleg, eastern bred Any body returning them to Tom Earlys Princess street, vrill he suitably TELEGRAMS. matter, purporting to be telegrams, pub lished in this paper, is what it pretends to re-hashed clippings from exchanges or concoctions. least seventy- five per cent of the matter, purporting to be telegrams, published by any other paper in Manitoba, consists of re- bashed and re-dated clippings, 24 to 72 hours old, from this paper and other exchanges, and concoctions. very LATEST WORLD'S NEWS is always to be ibund in this paper and no other in Manitoba. Such news is available to no other Daper in Winnipeg. WANTS. HURST CLASS COOK WANTED AT SEYMOUR P Hourie on October 1st. W A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. AP- ply to Mrs. T. Kelly, 358 Notre Dame St. PROPERTIES FOR SAJjK. I1ARM LANDS, IMPROVED AND VACANT Also City Property for sole and rent. Apply t  price, from to SS per acre. K. S. Ttaoiupson IllPIiOVED FARMS AND CNCO MIVATED lauds in the best districts of the province an 1 U chains on Main St. and 6 chains on the river. J. Secy. SCRIP TO PAY KOK OOTEHN- ment lands in large and small quantities: pur- chasers save nearly per acre on cost, oiler, HammondsNanton, 381 Bain street, HTinraptg. TjWR COMPLETE THRESHING OUT J_ at-almost a sacrifice. A sixteen-horae Waterouseazine, and Haggart Bros, sepau- OT. The outfit witt be sold on easy twins and can SPECIAL. NOTICE. PAPERS AND PAMPHLETS DESCRIBING THE _L literal thought ancHaith as by UniUrians, sent free, by moil upon application to Mrs. J. E. Peterson, 1H4 Kate St.. RKAL ESTATE. TOHN MACDOXALD, R. N tl a real wute office at 681 imen plewa give him i a' -v n' street, iVED ACRhS. 15 MILES FROM Winnipeg-, one mile and a Uulf iro'ii La Satle atai.ion y50norf8 fenced. All un urpas.ti! traiiiu ami meiidow lund, Hasn river froiituye ol vera in IB on La S He river, large and coinf ttablt; roiiu: house, franis all well built and in g-oot vp ir. Purr.'hus'r cwi have (uc fair valuation) the vholo or part oi ato k autt imp'uments as he rfquircs. 120 head of catFie and 18 horaee, all of ex- tllentynule, also other stock and a full equipment if far H implements. Thia is one of the moat attrac- tive farms a radius of twenty miles from Wiiin perf. Inspection invited. Address F. Proud- foot Co., Main stret-.t. FOB RENT. HOUSE TO K. KEHR, 467 MAIN Sfc. TO BASEMENT, CEMENT FLOORj heated with hoc water. Apply to Coos. E- Kuw, 407 Alain St. TO VEK.Y WARMSIX-KOOS1EDIIOUSK, frosc proof ueL ar, closets, etc, on Selkirk street eust. Apply 1S7 Selkirk east. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS TO X let in Westminster Block, suitable for single gentlemen.. Apply to Uox 21, Free Press Office. mO RENT WARM COMFORTABLE BRICK i house of eight rooms, summer kitchen, cellar and cistern, suitable for residence or board- ing house, corner of King aud Alexander Sts. Apply to Carruthers Brock, 453 Main St. CAUCHON BLOCK THERE AKE A FEW rooms and suites to rent in this block. Tbe build- iuK is steam heated and supplied with modern con- veniences, the most comfur able winter quarters in the city. Apply to S. A." iiowbotham OOD8-ROOM HOUSE WITH STABLE, CORNER VJT Hartrrave and Graham per nionth. Suite ol rooms suit able for physioiau'n office, over White Co.'s hardware store. First-elass locations. Apply o Robert Young, 380 Main St. TO MINNEDOSA, CAPA- Pl city '-bush. It The unders.gued is pre- [lursd to receive offers for the season, or would.oper- i c for parties .making suitable W. Pringle Johnstone, bUO Baunatyne St., Winnipeg. BO AUD AND ROOMS. TiOOMS TO LET AT 231 MAIN APPLY TO _LV G. A. Muttlebury, cor. Main and streets. VTEW ROBLIN HOUSE, 117 ADELAIDB STRf-ET. 1M This house has been all relltted during the past summer and is now the most comfortable and com- iiodious place of its kind in the city. Vac-inciesat present for a Jew more regular boarders. Everything tlrst-class. Xo liquors. G. H. McGregor, proprie- o.r- Notices uf Births, and FIFTY CENTS eiwh. BIRTHS. EowAEDs-At87 Ellen St., Winnipeg, Sept. 13th, the wife of J. M. Edwards, of a aaugher. At 53 Edmonton steet, on 10th inst., wife of W. H. Rourke, of a daughter. SIR HECTOR AT CALGARY. it Reply to the Citizens Address of Welcome. Replying to an address of welcome from the citizens of Calgary, Sir Hector Langevin said, ,fter thanking the mayor and council for their kind words, that thia was not his first visit to the town. He had seen Calgary six rj ago, but it was not the Calgary of to- day with ita energetic population, ita hand- some buildings and busy marts, and soon to be c city of large proportions. From what -he had seen ana henrd there i much prosperity in Calgary and le hoped this prosperity would increase. The government might erect public buildings and bridges and provide other >ut if the people dn not put their shoulder to the wheel the money so liberally voted by jarlitunent would be useless. It' was not so n Calgary, as he had evidence on every side, inferring to the fine harvest and crops in this section, he said he had witnessed the game in Manitoba, the Northwest and British Columbia. Providence had treat- ed as as spoiled children, so gener- ously have ita bounties boxn scattered n every part of the country. We should be thankful to God for all this. Of hit, prestnt nsit to the Northwest he might say that it was made for two reasons hrst, bis medical adviser had assured him that rest fiom work :or s. timo was absolutely necessary that the nine Lad come after so many years of over work to stive the machine a needed rest; and le was happy to fay he was benefitted by ;he trip. A second reason was that he wished to see again the Northwest and Manitoba after six years absence. When laot in this section of the country the Canadian Pacific was built only to Otter- ail creek in British Columbia. The people as now found all happy and prosperous. In British Columbia (which he had uot Been for iwenty years) he found the true Canadian onion spirit, so very different from the time when they spoke of Canada as a separate country and ita people as not a part of them- selves. -Now, through their changed feelings and the construction of the Canadian Pacific railway, we were one country from the Atlantic to the Pacific, owning the same Queen, and though we are sprung from differ- ent races and speak different languages and have differing religions, we have a bond of onion in -our common allegiance and are a thoroughly united people. We may differ in regard to the men who govern us; these are trifling matters, when we are united on the essential points. In .conclusion Sir Hector said that the people might rely upon Mm as a friend of the Northwest and especially of Cal- gary, and he had shown his friendship for the town in the past. He was but one member of the Government, but he would be always glad to do what he could to promote the progresb and prosperity of Calgary. Sir Hector's remarks were received with applause, and soon after the delegation retir- ed well pleased with the cordiality of their reception. Thursday morning Sir Hector left for Rs- gina, arriving there at midnight. On Friday morning be left for Prince Albert returning to Regina on Saturday night and learinf lor Winnipeg.and on Sunday morning. BURCHELL'S BAD BOX. TRUE BILL FOR MURDER IN TH SURCHELL CASE. The Trial to Commence or Honda Glimpse of the Prli Meeting Be twee Husband and Wife. WOODSTOCK, Sept. grand jur this afternoon rendered a true bill against Reginald Burchell for the murder of Freder ick C. Benwell. Arrangements have bee completed between the counsel on either sidi unless something extraordinary happens be tween now and ten o'clock ou Monday mon ing, that the cane be taken up. The Fre Press reporter this afternoon was permittee to take a look through the jafl, around whic so much interest seems to centre now. You reporter caught a glimpse of Burchell as he was passing down stairs with the turnkey t enjoy a half hour's exercise in the yard. Th prisoner wore a block suit of clothes, bod a clean shave and was enjoying his after dinner smoke as he sauntera through the hall. Around his neck was a loosely tied red handkerchief while he wore a stiff black Christy of the latest style. He took a glance at the reporter as he went ou and iu the yard chatted as freely a. allet girls in light cloches and other figures and sketches that show the prisoner to be quitb an artist. Burchell's wifo did mot call to see him to day, but his siater in law, Mrs. Vest Jones, brought him up some fruit and pent half an hour in his cell. Mrs. Burchell a fast failing in health. She has borne up to he day of the trill under a great physical ffort, and now that her husband is about to >e put upou trial for the murder, she is sub- ect to hysterical fits of crying which leave ler almost prostrate. The following appears n the local papers, and is given for what it is vortb: "On Wednesday night Mrs. Bur- hell retired feeling perhaps more despondent ban ever. She nad a strange presentiment hat unless she saw her husband that night, he would never see him again alive. She at once got up, and dressing herself, went to the ;aol, where, after many pieadingo, as only a wile can realize, she was permitted to see her husband. The meeting between he two is aaid to have been, most effective and hey embraced each other for gome minutes, while husband and wife- wept like children and the goal officials who stood by were, like- wise moved to tears and were glad when the cene was over. The truth involved in- this tory is doubtful, except as it shows devotion o her husband and her fervent desire for his velfare. A Good-Bye Bail. QUEBEC, Sept. afternoon a large gathering of ladies and gsntleinen went aboard H. M. ship Bellerophon, where a ance was given by Vice-Admiral Watson. 'he flag ship was gaily decorated, and the liip's band executed several choice pieces of nusic. When the dancing ended the guests eparted, after bidding adieu and au revoir to he admiral, Prince George and the officers. fleet leaves to-morrow morning for lalifux. ________________ Wanzer Sells Oat. B-VMILTON, Sept. 19.--Negotiations for the ale of the Wanzer Sewing Machine factory to he Brosin'a Manufacturing company, of At- antft, Georgia, have been completed, and the ransferwiU take place early. Wanzer has been in business here for the past thirty years id during that period paid out over two mil- ons in wages. The new company will manu- acturea rotary machine, which nworkea rithont a treadle and provides its own power. Secured Another Branch Line. ST. JOBS, N.B., Sept. Canadian Pacific has been negotiating for some time oast for the Carleton Branch railway and will ave- it soon practically under their control, "hia is necessary to the development of irough freight business to the Northwest. Ontario Appointments. TORONTO, Sept. appointments of ifanrs. Hareom-t, Dryden and Bronaon to Dsitions in the Ontario Cabmrt will be azetted to-morrow, B? will also that of IJr. Obamberlin, of Morrisburg, as inspector of sylums and prisons. Fire at Port Artnur. POET ABTHUB, Sept. Miles' ouse on the hill was burned down early this "orning. She and four other inmates barely scaped? The honse and furniture were 000 said to be insured for A Fatal Tit. TORONTO. Sept. 19.-Archibald McLean, ho was taken W the hospital a few days ago hile suffering from a fit and refused admit- ance because be was believed to be drunk, ied from the effects ol the fit. General C. F. B. ABent. ST. JOHN, N. B., Sept. 19.-B. B. Tyler o Montreal, ban received the appointment of eneral freight agent of tbe.Canadan Pac.hc ailway for the New Brunswick division, with eadquarters at St. John.______ Toronto Children Taken Off. TORONTO, Sept. Shannon aged was run by a King street, car OUr, WOS run over v} ud almost instantly killed. Ueo. ged five, was drowned in the bay at the foot E Cherry street to-day. It Hours. TORONTO, Sept. Trades and Laboi Council have decided to call a general conven- ion of "nions for Oct. 31, the purpose Sng to oVganize to demand eight hours as a ays labor.________________ Sailor Drowned. TOMS N B Sept. Caroc, a C- while attempt- w. last niKht, slipped on he we to board his vessel last night, slipped rSn the gang plank was drowned. Foandry M.d Tacfr, B Indnktrlal Success. TOEOKTO, Sept. Indus- last year._________________. Mrs. D. TORONTO, Sept. 19.-Tbe jury big brought bUlin the Tease of Mrs. Nancy attempting pooon her gnod children. NO SPECIFIC CHARGES. Proceeding) O'Brien and Dillon be De- fective. LONDON, Sept. study of the warrant upon which Dillon and O'Brien were wrested shows that it fails to specify with any partic- ularity the offences for which the attests were ordered. The document is verbose and clumsy in style and manner. Mr. Healy believes that it is fatally defective and that if the accused are granted an appeal they will be able to have the proceedings quashed. Sir Charles Russell the eminent barriater, apparently takes the same view.for in a speech at Darlington last night he referred to the shadowy nature of the charges, and said that wnts had been set aside in the past. Thin being so. he aslced why might not a like fate await the present The rais- ing of this question by lawyers of repute has caused some uneasiness among the Conserva- tives. The Globe, for instance, expresses the hope that a step so certain to concentrate attention upon Irish affairs and to rekindle the names of passioj which were gradually expiring, has not been taken without ample legal evidence as a basis. A blunder in a matter of this importance would have deplorable results. OUR CAPITAL BUDGET. Appointments in To-Day's T. A. Cairns Nominated for Post Office Inspector. A TMffiLEACCIDENT. A READING EXPRESS HURLED INTO THE SCHUYLKILL. Thirteen Record From Wreck and Pire in sight HcM Down by Lhc Bnins-Orer Thirty Injured. KKADING, Sept. worst wreck has ever occurred in this section in the history of the Reading Railroad, company happened to-night. The train which-met with disaster left this city at 6.10 ten minute. Ute. It is known as the Pottsville express and fast train, running at a rate of at least 46 an hour. It had on board ponibly 128 to 1M passengers, and consisted of au engine, mail and express and three paswnger Above Shoemakersville, about fifteen above this city, there is a curve where railroad is about eighteen to twenty teet higher than the Schuylfcill river. Here short ly before six o'clock a freight traini ran into a coal train, throwing several earn of the latter on the opposite track and before the tram bauds had time to go back to warn the an- proaehmg train of the danger tbs) Jfottsville express OTTAWA, Sept. following appoint. ments will be gazetted to-morrow: Hon. rlarcus Doherty, to be assistant judge of the Jourt of Queen's Bench, Quebec John Mc- Jweyn, deputy judge of the County Court, Victoria, Ontario Whittaker, assistant Brunswick; A.E.Ken- leny, commissioner of police for Northumber- and, Durham, Peterborough and Victoria A. Cairns, P.O. inspector for British Col- mbia. RIOHABDHON. P. Richardson, of Grenfell, N. W. T., and of the Northwest cabinet, is here n business with the Government and inter- iewtd Sir John Macdonald and Sir John hompaon this afternoon. Mr. Richardson is delegate to the Methodist conference aiid eft to-night for Montreal. He reports fine 'eather in the west aud an excellent crop, otwithstanding the reports about frost. He says the percentage of damage from all sources will be very small. Mr. Richardson wil! have bout bushels of grain himself thia ear, including bushels of wheat. He is Bthusiastic about the country ind says it is lie place to make money in agriculture. Toung farmers, he bays, are wasting time in ie east on small farms. ODSTOMB OKFIOEB DEAD. G. S. Robertson, of the Customs depart- ment, to-day received a despatch from Collec- or Milne at Victoria, B. C., announcing the udden death of his brother, J. Robertson, Canadian customs officer1 at Tacomi. The eceased was 49 years of age, bad been two ears in the service, and leaves a wife and our children in Mudoc, Hastings county, )ntatio. The remains will be brought to ttadoc for interment. A Q. T. K. MONOPOLY. No decision was given by the railway coni1 mittee in the application of the St. Catharines nd Niagara Central to cross the Suspension iridge at Niagara Falls. Mr. Bell, the Gand Vunk solicitor says that the existing legis- ;ition gives the sole right to the Grand Trunk o use the bridge. THE DETROIT TDNNEt CO. The Canada Michigan Tunnel Co. will pply to the i Dominion Parliament at its ext session for an act to extend the time for ommencingand completing the company's THE StTPBEMK OOUBT. The Supreme court will meet for the utumn term on October 28th. Cases may be led up to the 5th prox., and factums tiled up o the llth prox. LOUISE MICHEL. tving in Retirement in 'Would Assist Iu Overthrowing the French Republic. LONDON, Sept. Michel, the oted Anarchist agitator, who is residing in a uiet southern suburb of London, is in very oor health and her friends are anxious over er condition. Her prolonged imprisonment seriously impaired he energies and she is glad the opportunity to recuperate afforded her y her present retirement. She has no desire o return to France for some time to come, id is very emphatic in her denunciation of le French Government, which she says is ess liberal than a monarchy. In fact she de- ares that she would throw her influence un ic side of the monarchists if they should penly enter the field against the republicans. IN RUINS BY FIRE. A Mile of Bnlldliig-3 Destroyed ut Whitehall, Mich. DETROIT, Mich., Sept. special to the from Whitehall. Mich., says White- tall had the greatest fire early this morning hat it has had since 1881. It started near lear's barn and swept a path through the iwn for half a mile, destroying at least ill ty buildings. The Muskegon fire depart- ent came to the aid of the town and helped save the rest of it. The principal losers Lyman T. Covell, brick block and drug M. B. Covell, brick store Ruggle's pera bouse aud rink E. J. Smith, of the 'hitehall Forum Reed Sons, and the juonic and Oddfellows' Hall. Tbe losses ;gregate over Director-General of the Show. CHICAGO, Sept. R. Davis, of iis city, was unanimously elected director- ineral of the World's Fair at this morning's ssion of the National commission. fair Weather. WASHINGTON, Sept. indica- ons For Minnesota: Fair, nligetly armer. southern winds. For North and onth Fair, warmer, southerly inds. came around the curve and ran into the wrecked coalcars on its track, the engine went the embankment, followed by the entire train with its human freight. The scone was one of great horror, and can be better imagined than described. Tbe cries of DM imprisoned passengers were heartrending. It was a scene never to be forgottem by those who participated and survived. Some ot the passengers managed to crawl out of their prison aud aroused the neighborhood. Word was tebfrrauheci to this city and help summoned, but all information was refused this point by tee railroad officials. Phy- sicians and surgeons and a force ot 300 work- men were taken to the spot, and with the aid of a traveling electric light plant, the work clearing away the wreck was ac once with. The work was slow aud the dead and dying were taken out with great difficulty. Up to 10 o'clock to-night six dead and thirty injured had taken out. Of the latter were brwight here and others, taken to the miners' hospital at Aihland. Toe wrecked tram 's atill lying at the bottom of the river. The exact number of passengers is not known and a reporter who is atill' on the grounds telephones his belief that there are still 25 more bodiej under- neath the wreck or were carried away by the currents. Tbe following is the list of the killed so far as known Wm. D. Shonie, Reading, badly mangled John White, engineer, Focraviile, Pa. Harry Logan, conductor, PotUville, Pa.; David Augstadt, Mahoney City, died after being taken from the wreck; JS. W. Logan, baggage master. The injured are: Harrison Riland, Philadel- phia, leg broken and internally injured. Joseph Southwood, Centralia. badly cut and internally hurt, James F. Merkle, badly cut about bead and bodj, seriously in- jured; Joseph Null, ShenandoiUi, hurt about the arms .mil legs; John Csrroll, St. Clair, back hurt and internally Joseph A. Ashtietd, Watoney City bruised aboot the body and tegs; Robert Cotton, town, injured .internally Samuel Sholln- berger, Hamburg, legs injured B. W. Citb- ler, Girardville, loot and leg iimaehed Coolick, Mount hurt, internally "H hand smashed W W. Johnston, Shenaa- doah, head badly cut and leg brikcu Georm Benders, Reading, badly hurt about the back and neck Benj. Franklin Beecher, ShenaB- doah, left hip crushed and legs sprained Itf- man Dick, Hamburg, both lugs broken; Dr. B, F. SaIoda.New Rinifgold.rijzht atm badly hurt; Jacob Ul inert, PorasviJle, both legs Samuel Coombs, Muhoney City, badly hurt about the body, and legs broken; Wnu SiuimeiiK, Ashland, hurt; Wm. Glassmayer Port Clinton, badly cut about the breast; Thomas Gocney, Philadelphia, bead and team injured. Up to midnight thirteen bodies had beem recovered. names of those known already been given and the remainder are UB- known. Five bodies are exposed to view w the wreck, but they are pinned under tiss- bers and have not yet been taken out. Prof. Mitchell, of the Lebigh University. Bethlehem, N.Y., is badly injured. The body of John L. Miller, of Cremona, taken out at midnight. Tbe body of George B. Kaercher, an eminent coiporation la' of Philadelphia, has been fully among the victims. TRIAL OF TRAIN WRECKERS. The Cu-e Against the Oat. TBOJ-, N. Y., Srpt Reed, Cain and, Buett, the men charged witb conspiracy to wreck the Montreal express on the UentraL. Hudson road on Sept. 4 last, entered pleas of not guilty in the court of quarter sessions morning, and Kierman and Cerdial were dis- charged. The Jury found no to connect any of the meu in custody with tha wrecking of the train. The reported confeas- ions were the sensational features of the case, for which there appears to be no foundation in fast. Reed, Cain and Baett did confess to haying on the night of Snpt. 4th, thrown a, switch and wedged fifth plates between the rails at a point beyond where the Montreal ex- press wrecked. They saw the wreck but have no idet. bow it came about. The trials of Reed, Cain and Buett was get for Tuesday next. Kierman wu arrested, charged with misplacing a switch. Fell Into B mine. QCKBEC, Sept. Baillargon fell nto Murphy's asbestos mine fractuimg his cull and died in two hours. He leaves a wire and three children. Drowned In the Gatlneao. CHKLSEA, Que., Sept. Maniah ..'as drowned in the Gatineau River last night while crossing witb a horse. The body is not ecovered yet. Fell Off the Wharf; ____j, Sept. Trepanier iru drowned in the St. Charles river while browing a line to a tug. The body was re- covered. Cluuigni. Qorano, Sept. Wetwyof the Jnion Baok.hai been named general manager Bar. Billet manager of the Quebec office. The San Francisco Not WASHINGTON, Sept. The navy depart- ment to-day received the official report ot trial board of the United States steuner Francisco. Certain irregularities were dis- covered in it which will necessitate its return to San Fransieco before it will be finally adopted by the navy department. This wv- looked for obstruction will probably delay tbe> foi-mal acceptance of the vessel by the Govern- ment until the middle of next month. Mr Irwin M. Scott, of. the Union iron works., is in the city with a view to making arrange' meutu for the aconptance'of the cruiser. Secre- tary Tracy would say nothJLg as to the con- tents of the report. Brutally Beaten hj Burglars. TOLEDO, Ohio, Sept. A special to the. Bee from Perrysburg, Ohio, says "Last night about 10 o'clock two masked men enter- ed the home of Peter about two eontb of Perrysburg, and beat Mr. and Mrs. Vines into insensibility and then robbed of which they had in the house TW appearance of the house indicated a desperate struggle. Both are in a critical may not recover. Two persons the crime are under arrest. Elected on the Flr.t Ballot. CHICAGO, Sept. 19.-George R. Davis of this city, WM elected director general of th. world's fair at this morning's session of tfc. National Mmmission. On an informal he received 50 votes, only 47 beinir to choice. Verdict In Accordance with the PoBTSMOtJTH, 3T. H. SflDt. 10 -in. coroner's Jury in the Heme cue ered a verdict to the effect that BerS.TH.2L children, coramitted tuicMs. J aid   

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