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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                VOL..XV1L WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1800. VERY BEST ADVERTISING. NO. 93. An advertisement of any sort whatever is worth Four Times as much in the DAILY FREE PRESS and the EVENING FREE PRESS ANC SUN., together, as [n any other Winnipeg daily advertising medium. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. QIAS5IFI-1SD Advertisements of thirty words "i1 less inserted on this page o( Da-'-Iy (Morning) Free Press aud Evening Free Press and Sun (both edi- tions) for (prepaid) per day, or Si. 25 per week. WANTS. TftSTED A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply 379 McDermott St. GRAND UNION HOTEL, A scrub wolnan and second laundress G 1 E.N'TLC-'JAN WANTS ROOM AND BOARD "-.ear hospital. Apply box 48, Free Press. jr GOOD GENERAL SERVANT FOR small family. Apply at 222 Kennedy St. BOYLE Company, 11 .tfotre Dame Street East. ITANTED-A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. AP- V ply to Mrs. Newlove, 183 Garry street. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT FOR YV fiimily. Appty 371 Jemima street. GOOD SERVANT GIRL IMME diately. Ai pl> to Mrs. Blown, 80 Colony St TAKE IN PLAIN WASHING. Ayply to room 17, Montreal Block, Main St. W A YOUNG LADY, DRESSMAK- YV ins ty' tlie day Apply to 27S iier.rv St.. West. GOOD, SMART, HONEST BOy to work in a grocery store. Apply to II MoSat. grocer, Portage Ave. TITAN'TED-BY 1ST NOVEMBER, GOOI> GEN- eraJ servant Small family Apply BOO Jtfiniina street after 2 p. m. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT OR A yonnjr prl .ihout 15 to do housework in small Apply 229 Garry St. SERVANT, MUST BE plain Apply at once, Mrs. E. D. Moon.. 123 Dj'.aM street. OHpRTHAND AND TYPEWRITER REQUIRED in law oilke. Apply stating terras, experience virf refereiuer. by letter, to P. O. Box 1S5. BLACKSMITH-HORSE SHOER AND GENERAL work steady job good wages or improver wanted. George Ludlow, Neepawa, Man. BY A YOUNG LADY, SITUATION i T as useful companion accustomed to and hod oi house work. Address A.B.C., P. O. Box 310, uty. RESPECTABLE YOUTH ABOUT 1C, for office must write a good hand and hise some experience. Apply box 49, Free Press FOR LARGE. EMPTY, Vf 02k; iron-bounrt casks and barrels, suitable for sale cheap. Apply to the Royal Sup Co. TELEGRAMS. matter, purporting to be 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 hashed and re-dated clippings 24 to 72 hours old, from thi  TP' 8' n'ne Plum Creek and 14 from Brandon. Titie clear, down and balance at 6 per cent, to suit. Apply to J. W. Smith, Oshavra, Box 290. __________ TMPROVED FARMS AND UNCULTIVATED lands in tne beat districts of the province and around Winnipeg on easy terms. Prioe list and map of Manitoba free. Osier, Hammand Nanton, Laud Office S81 Main street, Winnipeg. miMBERED ACRES 1JMILES FROM I Brokenhead wooded with tamarac anc spruce price 3200. Also 250 acres 2J miles south of Tyndall station, 80 acres of which is green poplar. Price, an acre Torrent Address P. O. box 277, Winnipeg. FR SALE-71 FEET FRONTAGE ON KING St. with two frame dwellings also 41 feet frontage on the same street with one frame house. Both properties are between Notre Dame and Mc- Dermott streets. Apply to Q. A. Muttlebury, Main and McDennott streets, Winnipeg. FOR RENT. HOUSE TO E. KERB, 467 MAIN mo BRICK-VENEER HOUSE, NO. 434 JL Ross Street Apply to S. B. Ritchie, No. 433 Ross Street. T5TAXIED BY A -RESPECTABLE PERSON A M nurse child or care of 2 young children, can to school with her own girl age 11. Apply 185 Notre Doaie St. GIRL FROM SCOTLAND WANTS A SITUATION as parlor or housemaid also good cook wants Apply at A. Wimperiy, stationer, 544 Moiu St., Winnipeg. GOVERNESS OR TT tutov ro touch 3 children (aye from 13 to 17) Snjlifh and Music Apply to Mrs. Emerson Bligh, Millwood, Manitoba. A LADY WISHES TO RECOMMEND HER washerwoman as very satisfactory for washing: oy the day or any house work. Applj- bv letter to E. E. B., Free Press Office. TIT" ANTED A HOUSEMAID. REFERENCES TV required. Apply between 9 and 12 a.m. or 6 slid 7 Adains, A-siniboine Cottage, Assin- ;wine street, foot f Garry street. COUPLE, OR TWO M young ladies or gentlemen can be accommodat- ed -.vita warm room and board where no others are iept. Apply 3i4 Notre Dame West. "IT-ANTED A YOUNG ENGLISH FARMER M (2 years in Manitoba) situation on stock or Srain farm on nharrs, or as foreman. Apply Alton's Employment Agency, 627 Main street. TIT RESPECTABLE YOUNG PERSON as companion and assist with the household Duties fcr further particulars apply to Mrs. W. Pratt, Kiver Side Honse, McDonald St. FEW GOOD MEN AT HOME OR T F to travsl, salary or commission. No previous Mperienec necesiarv. Write for particulars. Ad MBS Sears Co., 112 Yonge St., Toronto- TIT BAUTESDEB, 2 HOTKL POH- 'P ters. 2 chambermaids, 3 laundresses, 2 gen- I'ril servants, 1 nurse, HI men for railroad and 2 farm Allon's Employment Agency, 527 Main St. Vt T iii order state fullest particulars, and lowest ash price. Address Enquirer, Free Preas Office, ANTED FNCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA complete Brii ish edition, with Index Volume OALESMEN OB TO TRAVEL. for the Fonlhill .Nurseries of Canada. Special of extra hardy "ussian fruits. Terms liberal. u'Jint free. Address Stone Wellington, Nursery- Toronto. A PARTNER WITH or capitjl 10 take charge of an old established ''a-piw.-ss. Prt-s. nt owm-r has another business re- ''.uiriiig ,-ijs attention. >o a live man need Address J. M. C., Free Press Office.. WANTEIi-fO LABORERS AT AM) 50 "r Section men at per day; 50 Recruits for 'ne W. 11. Po'ice Force; C Pi'e drivers at 75 per say. Free transportation. Apply to Alex Calder, y-r-R. Kinplovmcnt and Ticket Agent and Recniit- ln? Officer, N.W.M.P. Force, 707 Main St. "HrASTED-A FINANCIAL CONCERN WA'ITS a clerk wt-o has had two or more years exper- ce office must have first class references, write a Ko (1 hanJ and be quick at figures. who writes shorthand would be prefered. Apply un'lersif.'md in applicants own handwriting, refsre ces. Finance, Free Press office. FOB SALE. OR SALE-OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR A preech loa ingshot gun, a 40-S2 Winchester jre- tag rifle, 'SO model, new. HAS only been used -e. Apply Cox 40 Free Press. SCRIP TO PAY FOR GOVERN- rjent lands in large and small quantities; pur- re bli'''e nearly 2' c. per acre on cost. Osier, i Nanton, 8S1 Main street, Winnipeg. ORSALE PORTABLE STKAM BOILER TO OFFICE ROOM ON GROUND floor in best part of Main street. Only per inor th. Apply to E. Richard Co., 363 Main street. mO LET-LARGE STORE IN NEW BLOCK. X Bohnd. One of the best openings for general store and harness business in Canada. Apply to W. If. Nesbitt, Roland. BOARD AND BOOMS. KOOMS TO LET AT 231 MAIN TO G. A. Huttlebury, cor. Main and MoDetmott streets. mHE CALIFORNIA LOGAN AND JL Main St., Winnipeg. The above hotel has been newly fitted up and is now in good shape in every reapect. Being centrally situated and with the choicest wines, liquors, cigars, and a first-class table it is confidently recommended as a really comfort able house for travellers and others. LOST OB FOUND. ON THE 10th OF OCTOBER, X one gelding pony. 'Will be sold on 10th Nov. Hans Jesson, pound keeper. T ALBION HOTEL, A SOUTH AM JLj erican cuckadoo. Any one retaining same to McDonald, Albion hotel, will be re- warded. DOG PUP FROM 590 JEMIMA Street, on Monday lost; black feet and inside legs also stripe on back. Party returning to above address or Commercial ofQce, James Street East, will be rewarded. NOTICES. WATER IN CELLARS HOUSEHOLDERS repuiring water pumped out of cellars, apply at once to J. Smith Co., box 4U, city. IF YOU WISH TO LEARN SHORTHAND STUDY Pernin's non-shading, non-position, connective vowel best and most legible. Thor- oughly learned in three months. For terms, etc., "pply box 46 Free Press office. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths FIFTY CENTS each. BIRTHS. Poplar Point East, on the 20th inst., Mrs. H. T. Mcliinstry, of a daughter. Ottawa and Shawville papers please copy. MARRIAGES. the residence of the bride's uncle, ky the Rev. D. Lantrow, Dr. Cameron O. Gordon, of Livermore, California, ,to Miss Martha Ritchie, third daughter of W. D. Ritchie, ofche city of Winnipeg. the 22nd, at the residence of the bride's father, No. 529 William street, by Rev. Hoirg, E. L. Onaedinger, of Montreal, to Minnie, fourth daughter of L. Kobold, Winni- peg. Broadview, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. G.N. Dobie, Frederick W. Chain- berlin, of Whitewood, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Alexander Thomas, Esq., of Wallace, N. W. T. Moose Jaw.N. W. T., Oct. 17, by John McLean, M A., Ph. D., A. Bower- aian, M. A., principal of the High School, to Thoma- son, daughter of T. Hume, Esq., Carberry, Man. is oured instantly by usinir Gibtxma Sold by drugjis ts. PriceUc. Port Arthur Paragraphs. POET ARTHUR, Oct. The Onoko, from Cleveland, with coal. Departed: The Emerald, for Kingston, with wheat. The Sligo and consort are to leave light, after nearly a month's wait for a cargo. The tax-sales at Fort William yesterday and here to Jay were attended by numerous would-be purchasers. As a rule, very small areas were taken by the buyers. W. R. Baker, general manager of the Manitoba Northwestern railway, went east to-day. A Contractor Drowned. KINGSTON, Oct. F. C. Merrill and E. L. Wise were going acroM Ef.l Bay their boat was swamped and Merrill was drowned. Merrill was a contractor and car- penter in Grand View Park where he had resided with his wife and three children for the past two years. Halifax Distillery Company. HAlii'AX, Oct. has been jnade for letters patent to incorporate a com- pany to be known as the Halifax Distillery Company, with half a million capital. MURDERER MOSIN. APPEAL FOR COMMUTATION OF THE DEATH SENTENCE. Newfoundland not-Negotiating With the Dominion With Regard tc Fisheries-Dewdnej''8 Donald at the Capital. OTTAWA, Oct. Choquette, M. P. who was counsel for Morin, tie Montmagn; murderer, again pressing the Justice for the commutation of condemns man's sentence, on the ground that in the appea case one of the strongly nxpressed th opinion that the writ on which the were founded wan not taken in proper tim and the other judges bad also their doubts in the matter. Choquette now points ont4 th numerous respites which have already been given and which morally amounted to hang ing. The case is now under consideration. Mr. Sherwood, Commissioner of Dominion Police, leaves to-morrow for Albany, N. Y. to lay the charge of uttering counterfeit coin against Hopkins. It win be remembered tha the former charge of uttering failed by reason of the commisaioner before whom it came taking the view that extradition was asked for in respect to Hopkins' escape from King ston penitentiary, and not on the grounds o uttering counterfeits. This contention wil not hold in the present case, as the indiotmen on which the extradition is now asked has never been tried. Hon. O. H. Tapper, Minister of Marine and Fisheries, stated to your correspondent that the Government had received no intima tion from Newfoundland of their intention to open negotiations with the United States with regard to the fishery question. He said however, that there is no rule that Canada must be advised of mob action, if it were the intention to take it, as th.it colony could through the Imperial government, deal with the United States without reference to th Dominion. The Minister of Marine and Fisheries has been notified by certain parties in Nova Scotia that if is their intention to ship live .lobster to the English market, and arrangements wil be made with the steamship companies with that object in view. Comte de Torenne, French Consular-Gen era! in Canada, had an interview with Hon Messrs. Foster and Thompson to day respect ing the proposed1 Atlantic fast line of steamers in the interests of Pacific lines. Sir Donald Smith was here to-day and hat an interview with Sir John. Hon. Mr. Dewdney leaves for Canada on Nov. 7th. SKIPPED FROM WOODSTOCK. Whevler, a Friend of Leaves ate Partner in Distress. WOODSTOCK, Oct. Peecy L. Wheeler of the firm! of Head Wheeler, boot and shoe dealers, has disappeared, and Head has as- signed. A warrant has been issued for arrest on the charge of appropriat- ing with intent tc defraud his credit- ors. Wheeler was a warm :idmirer of Burchell. They both came here farm pupils iri the same year, having been employed byFprd, Rathburn Co. Wheeler, fkfter spending a year or two on a farm near here, came to town And lived as a howling swell. He is a native of Portsmouth, England. Oases at Cobount Assizes. COBOURO, Oct. 221 Charles Gerow was tar- day acquitted on the charge of murdering Elobert Lockhart near BnrUey last spring bj striking him on the head with a billet of wood while he (tha prisoner) was temporaril) insane rom elipsy. Sarah Lamour was found guilty to setting ire to her bed-ridden mother's house in .Graf ton in August last with intent to cause her mother's death. British Delegates at Niagara Falls. NIAGARA FALIS. Ont.. Oct. rorth- irn section of the British iron and steel in- titute are expected to arrive here on Friday. "hey will be entnrtainM by an elaborate uncheon by Mr.Wiman and at 4 o'clock have or Washington to join the southern section n the joint presentation of the whole body to he president. Atlantic Steamsnlp Tender. MONTREAL, Oct. General Transit antic Steamship linn has submitted a tender to the Canadian Government to run weekly steamers between Havre and Quebec by Ply- mouth or Southampton. They have deposited as a guarantee of their ability to carry out their contract. The Count at Niagara. NIAGARA FALLS, Ont, Oct. Comte te Paris and party arrived but night and pent in seeing everything of interest n the vicinity of the falls. All were highly ileased.declaring the scenery to be the grand- est in the world. The party leaves to-morrow or Eastern Canada. Salt for Criminal libel. QCEBEC, Oct. grand jury has re- urned a. true hill in the case of Lecomte de juivere against Evial Bnuchette, of L'Elec- eur, for criminal libel, and in having express- ed the opinion that the Government should assume the management of the lunatic asylums. Fathers For Catholic Colleges. HALIFAX, Oct. response to an invi- ation from Archbishop O'Brien, of Halifax, several Trappist fathers have charge of :he two Acadian parishes in Nova 3'cotia. The 3tentiou is to open at once a col'ege for the Acadian youths of this province. A Chance at Halifax Garrison. HALIFAX, Oct. West Riding regi- nnnt, it is said, is to leave this station hortly for Shorncliff, Kng. The Grenadier Tuarda and Seventeenth regiment, now at Jermuda, are expected to relieve the West tiding. The Delameres Discharged. QTEBKO, Oct. and wife and he bartender Ganthier, charged with murder nd arson, were discharged to day without he defence being gone into, Judge Bosse oldingthat the crown had failed to make out Beats the Drug Business. HALIFAX, Oct. 22.-Chas. W. McLcod, a rug clerk was married to-day to Mrs. Annie C. Dixon, widow of tBe gold miner, and the couple started for California. The wide has of her own. The Locomotive Struck Them. MONTREAL, Oct. M. Poitras was atally injured and Camilla Beadoin, his lece, was instantly "killed by a train while ttempting to cross the track here this after- oon in a wagon. Canght Under the Influence. STRATFORD, Oct. Creek, aged 70, living near Milverton, was ran down nd killed to-day, while under die influence f liquor, by a yard engine. Montreal Abbatnlr Destroyed. MOKTBIAL, Oct. broke out in the Western abhatoir at St. Henry this evening nd the greater part of the buildings were destroyed. Loss, ATLANTIC STORMS. eisBinBBBBnnSBSBBa Much Destruction] to Shipping Golf of M. JLaw in the ST. JOHN, N.B., Oct. Another severe gale has followed that which was previously reported very destructive to shipping, especially on the shore of the Gulf of St. Law- rence. The last storm occurred on Saturday and succeeding days, including Monday. On Saturday the Norwegian brig Ida, which had come to the New' Brunswick eotst from Liver- pool, after a long voyage of 75 days, went ashore at the entrance to Bichibneto 'harbor. Through the faoroic efforts of the men onboard the tug Victor, the crew were all got safely ashore. LOKDON, Oct. The British ship Fear- nought, from St. Jafen. N.B., Sept. 25, be- came waterlogged and was abandoned in mid- ocean. The British steame.r Engineer lescued eleven of her crew of eighteen and was obliged to stand by four days in order to rescue' seven otherrwho remained on board the abandoned a. ..IV. J ___ 1.X __ A. 1 __ ____ PRINCE ALBERTS FETtf. I JUBILATI6N AT THE ADVENT OF THE IRON HORSE. Ceremony of Driving the Spike Followed liy a Banquet in the to Battleford, and Then Hudson Speeches. bulk, and could not be reached, saved. All were THE ECCLES ELECTION. Gladttonians Wrest a Seat from the Conservatives by a Substan- tial Majority. LONDON, Oct. the parliamentary election which took place in the Eccles divi- sion of Southeast Lancashire to day, Mr. Roby, Gladatonian candidate, was returned by a vote of to for Egerton, Con- servative. _____ The Conservatives carried Eccles by 292 majority in 1886. It was feared that the Dillon-O'Brien flight would affect the chances of the Gladstonians. .The result of the elec- tion was considered important. At a meeting held in Eccles some two weeks since the following letter was read from Mr. Gladstone, dated Hawarden Castle, October 7, 1890 DEAR MB. is not for me to in- struct the constituency of Eccles in the choice of a member which they have now to make, even though I am distinctly convinced that every voter who gives his vote at the present time to a Tory candidate becomes respon- sible, to the extent of the power he the employment of bullets an_ _____ against legal and peaceful meetings of the Irish people, which would not be dared or tolerated in England, but which on well known occasions has been practised in Ire- land, and defended by the Ministry and the majority of the House of- Commons. I am, however, bound to bear witness, not so much to your general capacity, which must be best of all known in Lancashire, as to your sigaal public in conjunction with the3ate Lord Lyttleton. to the cause of services which earned for yon the gratitude of its friends, and the fear and resentment of all who desired to cripple and impede it In re- turning yon to the Honro of Commons, the donstitnency of Eccles will not only bear its port worthily in the great Imperial cause of union 'and strength, but will make a very valuable personal addition to the strength of the Liberal tarty on our me, always faithfully yours, W. E. Glad- stone." PBINOK ALBERT, Sank., Oct. great demonstration of driving the last spike on the Saskatchewan R'y took place with much ceremony at -three o'clock this afternoon. Gov. Royal was introduced by Mayor Knowles and said the advent of the road opens a new era for Prince Albert and district. After the spike was driven, his honor con. gratulated the people on the completion of were had the road, indebted to for Mr. which they McDowall, who fought persistently He wished he could for take the railway, their river and Australians Still Out. HDOK, Oct. executive commit- ne of the Melbourne striken have cabled to ,he officials of the Dock-men's union here that he strike is not on the wane, as was reported. On the contrary they declare that the strikers will not yield, and have not the slightest doubt that they will ultimately be successful. 1. Not Disposed to be Peaceful. BPOQt. Oct. is probable that the between the shipowners of this :ity and their employees end in a lockout. Both sides are bitterly opposed to a compro- mise. War 111 the flondan. CAIRO, Oct. are at hand from he Soudan that a conflict between the forces of El Sonvassi and those of the Mahdi is mminent at Omdnrman. Both leaders have large and well equipped forces. Recognized by Italy. Ron, Oct Government of the United States of Brazil has been recognized by Italy. Arehblshop of Turin Djrf ng. ROME, Oct. Alimonda, arch- lishop of Turin, it in a dying condition. Will Run Their Own Mill. MONTREAL, Oct. president of the jake of the Woods Milling company says here is absolutely no truth in the report that hfj are about selling their property to a syndicate or that they are about entering into combine with other millers. They propose perating their own mills as heretofore. The Export Trade Dnll. MONTREAL, Oct. the first time in welve years a steamship has left this port for Ingland in ballast, the Ruby, her agents wing unable to secure a sufficient here r in Quebec. The shipping trade is in an npromuing condition. woods to Regina. He expected Prince Albert Would, in a few years, be a large Mr. McDowall said the credit for the building of the road was greatly due to Sir John Macdonald, who controlled the money and influences'necessary. Although this was the last spike here great extensions were inevitable; next summer to Battleford, and to Hudson Bay. At the banquet held this evening over one hundred sat down. Governor Royal, responding to a toast, said be expected that soon the population of Saskatchewan would surpass that of Assiniboia. When the Hud- son Bay railway was opened the Northwest could defy the McKihley tariff and Uncle Sam. Mr. Davin, M.P., responded to .the toast of the "House of Commons." He said the railway was due to the money voted by the house. When the order in-council was passed in 1888 it committed the Govemmentl to the principle of the subsidy. He considered Prince Albert had the best country in the world for mixed farming and a splendid site for a city. The railway will bring commercial men and editors, as well as visitors, who will make che country known. We must educate parliament to appreciate the Northwest. The Northwest members had secur- ed by fighting a grant of for immigra- tion. Prince Albert in the Mesopotamia of the NorRhwest would yet eclipse Babylon. This road was a link of the chain, connecting Fort Benton, Montana, and Liverpool, Bag. Mi. McDowall, M.P., spoke to the toast of "Our Railway." He said he hoped to see various industries flourishing here woollen factory, lumber, dairying, etc. He hoped to see the Manitoba and Northwestern railway next and then the Hudson's Bay road. Dr. J ardine pointed out the importance of the road as facilitating the interchange of products, and thought with other districts the condition of the country was prospering. Judge McGuire, responding to the toast of the bench, said the Northwest Terri- tories compared favorably with the rest of Canada regarding crime. He gave credit to the people of Prince Albert for their energy in sending delegates to urge upon parliament the railway legisla- tion from which other districts now reap the benefit. THE DAILY DISASTERS. Death Comes Suddenly to 8U People la the South. Oct. men an killed in the wreck which occurred on the Kansas City, Memphis ft Birmingham rail road near this city on Tuesday night. They were: John Killan, nrenan, on his way to Armory, Miss., where he was to be married and J. B. Franklin, a drummer from Nash- ville, who died this morning. None of the injured are in danger, and many of them have f. The blame for the fccci- Engineer Charles Russell, Oct.22-A terrible accident occurred on the -Chattanoga, Rome and Columbus raUroad this mommg. Four sons were killed, three instantly. The other one died afterwards A south-bound ger train left Chattanoga on time anTwas running at a moderate rate. Approachirur Chickamanga as the train dashed out of a cut. a covered wagon was upon a crosainir. The engine struck the wagon and killed J. W Jenkins, his wife and baby and Mrs. James cowman. The Chicago Markets. CHICAGO, Oct. opened weak- Mid gc. lower on easier cables, but during the first hour recovered the decline and gained Jc. over last night's prices on the report that the Farmers' alliance had made an estimate of for tlje total crop. The report was subsequently denied and this, with Hutchin- son'H heavy sales, caused a break to Jo. below yesterday's prices at the dose. Receipts, 75 cars. Closing prices Wheat-Oct., Dec., SL05J May, 52Jc Dec., 52Jo ;'May, SSJc. 434c; 43Jo May, 47io. f__ May, 86.40; May, S7.074- Dec., Jan., Dec., Jan., Held on Suspicion. PITTSBUBQ, Oct. W. Hall, who OPIUM DENS RAIDED. White Girls Chased Out of Chin. ese Opium Dens By the Police. New York special- in St. Paul Dispatch All was calm aa usual in the Chinese quarters early last night. About a lot of stalwart men entered the three streets which contain the greater part of the Chinamen of this town. They came from different directions in small bodies, but stopping as if by magic at the same moment some distance apart. Nine who had inarched down the Bowery in mili- tary style stopped at Doyer street, just west of Bowery. Nine more stopped at Pell street, at about the same distance from the Bowery. Six men struck Pell street a little above its junction with Doyer. Suddenly-Police Cap- tain McCullagh, [he younger, and Detective Chrystal, turned in Doyer street, and walked rapidly to the dilapidated wooden building at No. 6. Capt. McCullagh consulted a note book in bis pocket, and said That's the place. Try the basement first." Two men ruahed up. One of yon stop at the front door. The other go up to the roof, and let no one escape that way. Leave the see that every wrjman geta out into the street." From that moment until 9.30 o'clock CFtinatown wan in a ferment. Tha claimed to be from Easton, Pa., arrested Fell Before a Circular Saw. THBBB RIVBBS, Oct. morn- ng at Ross, Ritchie Co.'s aaw mill a man amed Terrault fell in front of a circular saw. Soth-his legs were cut off and be died in a ew minutes. Monument to Ghamplalu. QCKBKC, Oct. site near the Dufferin terrace has been granted to the St Jean Bap- ste Society on which to erect a monument to amuel D. Champlain, the founder of Quebec. The monument will cost Papal' Permission. QtriBKc, Oct. Tasehereau has from Rome a papal decree permitting 16 beatification case of Venerable Francois [ontmorency, of Laval, the first bishop oi to be investigated. An Address for the Connt. QCKBKC, Oct. Pontifical Zouaves F this city will turn out in a body and pre- sent an address to the Comte de Paris on his arrival here on Monday. UIMUIBU bU UO 11UIU JUKBItVU, -EA., WIW Bft here to-day as a auspicious character. He tallied exactly with a photograph and descrip- tion of Walter E. Huey, a member of the harbor commission of San Francisco, 'who is wan ted'in the latter city for embezsling 000 of the public money. Hall was sentenced for thirty days to the workhouse, and mean- time his case will be investigated. Harrison Will Bemaln In Town. WASHINGTON. Oct. President has postponed his snopting trip. After the an- nouncement of His plans yesterday attention was called to the fact that the British dele- gates.to the iron and steel convention were to  here of woman's power is in the affections. The old fable ot the wind and the sun. striv- ing together as to which of them should first ennde the traveller of his wraps, is brought to mind. The wind's Muster only made the man draw his garments tighter about him, but when the genial rays of the sun fell upon him IB soon doffed his coat, subdued into softness by the gentle warmth. So .for the most part woman's power will OP chiefly felt in the ntnre when she is. the sunshine of man's life rather than when she adopts the role of the energetic north carter. The baleful influence of the Standard Oil jmpany is seen in Iowa, where a woman has amed her twin daughters Kerosene and Gas- oline. The total length of the streets, boulevards, bridges, quays and thoroughfares of Paris is set down MO miles, of which nearly 300 are planted with trees. Engineer Killed and Passengers Injured. KANSAS CITY, Oct. collision between two passenger trains occurred early this morn- ing at the crossing of the Union Pacific and Rock Island railways, weat of Armonrdale. One of the engineers was killed and a number of passengers injured. Ocean Steamers. PHILADBLAHIA, Oct 22. Arrived Switz- erland, froui Antwerp. New YOKE, Oct. 32 Wiscon- sin, from Liverpool State of Nevada, from Glasgow. Price of Buckeye OH. FINDLAT, O., Oct. The Standard Oil company this morning announced that it would hereafter pay botu thirty cents a barrel for Buckeye oil This is a reduction of seven and a half cents in three weeks. Chinamen Caught In Montasw. WASHINGTON, Oct. Treasury De- parment has been informed of the arrest Fort Benton, Mont., y men, who crossed over bia. yesterday, of four China- from British Colum- Goue to Parts Unknown. MILWAUKEE, Oct. Honla, a contracting carpenter of this city, has gone to parts unknown, huving sub contractors in the lurch to the amount of Dr. Sequard claims that his elixir hat cured intermittent fever, neuralgia, JMomnia and leprosy. white women who live with Chinamen, and whose antics bad caused complaints from the poor, respectable tenants of the neighborhood, frightened by the appearance of the detective, ran out into the streets like rats from a house afire. Only tjere they found themselves in what the French story writers would call a "cul-de-sac." Attempting to get away from the police in the houses they ran into the police at the intersections of the streets and were arrested as disorderly persons. Chinatown has seen many raids, but none like this. There was no one but an old Chi- naman in the basement of No. 6, but nine women were found on the upper floors. In the rear of the first floor the rooms had been cut up into little closets. Each of these bad a wide bunk, and each bunk was occupied when the detectives came in. There was no venti- lation and the smell of opium was sickening. The women were all young. Most of them were only half dressed, and some had evidently retired- for the night. The Chinamen scampered out of the rooms unheeded by the detectives, but the women were anxious to hide. They crawled under the bunks and slammed the closet doors in the policemen's faces, but they were shoved oub, and while some ran into the street others attempted co escape by way of the roof. It was a difficult task to keep track of the fleeing figures in i.he darkness, especially as Chinamen were watching at every room on the upper floors to sneak them in and hide them. Some of the girls wept and some laughed and seemed to think it a good joke. Most of them were half stupid with opium and half burned pipes and lamps were found in every room. The girls who had run into the street at first did not stop to dress, but the Chinamen brought out wraps to them with which they covered their half naked bodies. The next house west of No. 6 was also full of girls. They had been warned, however, by the fate of the others, and instead of running into the street they locked and barred their doors (lid pm outlthe lights. Attempts to force the doors were unavailing and the police passed on to No. 10. Three girls were found here and driven into the street to join their sisters. No. 11 Doyer has long been notorious. There is a sub-cellar here and the Chinamen retreat to it when they think the police are after them. Recently a dead Chinaman was taken from there by some of the tenants and thrown into the street. A number of girls were known to live in the bouse, and dozens of dresses and other articles of feminine attire were found in the different rooms, but the rirls had flei Nos. and 18, all notori- ous houses, were ransacked and many evidences of feminine occupancy were found, but only. a few girls were caught. They all swore that they lived there alone, but Chinamen's clothee, Chinese ornaments on the walls, Chinese opium pots, pipes and lamps all disproved it. At the corner of Doyer and Pell streets a dozen girls were found in a private room in the saloon on the ground floor. They had locked the door, but opened it after repeat- ed orders from the police. Some of them escaped, however, through the rear en- trance, and were found later in rooms in the other houses. In a two room apart- ment upstairs a girl was .found all alone crouching under the bed. She was only half dressed. The girl insisted that she lived alone, and she Was let go with a warning thai if her story proved untrue she would be arrest- ed some other time for living with a China- man. On the opposite corner a lot more girls were found. The two streets in which the raiding was being done wore a queer eight at this time. The at' the different points were formed around the prisoners, who were lauirhing and shouting all at onoe. At 9.30 o'clock the raid ceased. Nineteen girls were then held by the guard at the junction of Doyer and Pell streets, seventeen more at Doyer and the Bowyer, and twenty- one at Pell street and the Bowery, fifty-seven in all. At the worcTof coinand the two guards near the Bowery moved forward to Pell and Doyer sts. and joined the guard there. So far as possible each policeman had two prisoners. They formed in line in the middle cf the street and-marched up to Mott street, and thence through Bayard to Elizabeth street. The captain led the march back to the sta- tions. When the got in there was hardly any space to move around in the outer room. The girls were in various stages of the majority wore loose wrappers. Some were very pretty and innocent looking, but most were neitber. It took about two hoars to take all the pedigrees. After they, were locked up they kept suuring and shouting until the captain threatened to turn the hose on them. Eplzoo Among Ontario Hersefc London Free Press: Then has beea a sudden outbreak of influenza in horses through- out this western peninsula, and in some dangerous symptoms are developed and a gn-at many hones are laid up. If due atten- tion is not paid at the outset and a veterinary surgeon called liable to turn in a number of into a serious furm of heaves and other troubles of the respiratory organs. In Chiasro and other western cities a number ot hot IBS have died. Horse omtsra should be on the lookout and sttenJ to any symptomi of influenza or oolds pnMBptlv.   

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