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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                mtitaba VOL. XV11. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. ID, 1890. NO. 116. VERY BEST ADVERTISING. advertisement of any sort whateverisworthPour Times as much in the DAILY FREE PRESS and the EVENING FREE PRESS AND SUNS together, as }n any other Winnipeg daily advertising medium. ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of thirty or Inserted on thin pnfo of ,he Dally (MornJnK) Press and tTtnlng Press and Ban (both edi- tions) (prepaid) day TOMG GIRL FOE LIGHT Apply Koes St. __________ W _J-A SERVANT GIRL, APPLY AT Albion Hotel. W A.VTED-A FIRST-CLASS ENGINEER. Apply to Leitch Broa., Oak Lake. W GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, no washing, apply 76 Carlton Street. TASTED--A MAN TO WORK ON A FARM. I Apply to Geo- M- Jaoksoi Poplar Point. ftSTED-A GOOD GENERAL "Must be plaiu coofe. Apply 22C Garry St. TirASTBU-A YARD MAN FOR DEER LODGE JY moat understand horses. Apply by telephone SIT, UJTED-GOOD GENERAL SERVANT GIRL at tmce. Apyly at 115 Harriet street, U. H Smith. WAJiTED-tMMEDlATKLY, A GOOD GENER alsenant, apply to Mrs. T. KeiJy, 363 Notre Dune, west. ASTED-A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT- Apply to w- J- Thompson, 640 Cniey St., WASTED-COMPETENT NUESE MAID OR mothers h tip. References required. Apply JSCwicl- -at block. W UTTER-SIX COAT MAKERS AT ONCE. No strike, but lota ol work. Apply to G, N. Gilchiiit, Brandon, WASTKD-PtCTURES TO FRAME, ALSO tnrmture to repair at moderate charges, by J. JOMS, WO McDeiruott St. VTTAJJTED-TO BORROW AND ON YV good improved Wmnipep property. Address Press Office. GOOD OOAT MAKERS. Applj to Geo. Clemeite, merchant tailor, cmti Bain and McDennott ASTED A COMPETENT BOOK-KEEPER and concepoDdmit. References required. 0. Drawer Winnipeg, DINING-ROOM GIRL TO GO TO Gunian. Apply to A. SDiith, pro'' noial im- age n t, op posite C. P. R. depot. PRACTICAL FLUSTER, COMPETENT TO HUN 1 i weekly paper in ft small town, oon henr of on opening by octdr Being Westerner, Free Presa office. G1KL, OSE YV Chambermaid and a Cook lor Thompson House, Oak Lake. Apply, Win. Thompson, Oak Lake. WANTED-DlttiGCLEBK. AN EXPERIENCED clerk lor o drug store. Host be thoroughly posted in dispenuing. Apply Alex. Fleming, M. D., Brandon, -Manitoba. A. CLERK WITH A KNOWLEDGE o .W.J1.P. Foroe, 70? Main St. WANTED-A CLERK WHO HA9 HAD SOME office experience good hand "WB, ind nccurJKy at flgnrfB, neceuaory. Must be App ications must be in hand- wnsmg of applicant, antl contain the names of refer- Address, P. 0. Boy 1293, 4 YOUNG ENGLISH LADY SEEKS A POST M ooaipunion, eovcrneBS or housekeeper. thorough EiiKlish, arithmetic, elementary ilmninir, Frenoh, music and singing. Ilia wo anda hu f j'taru expcriencoin houstkeepinp. and reqoirea. Rcfci, CnrgUI, BOYS FOK. FiRM, COOKS FOK pnvate owses, to 318 per month hOKSB- to per tuoi.tli to Ocneml servants, ?10 n ln? room f'" laundry Kirla. Apply W.H. 1- "wthorii Paoiflc Employment ARencj-, 5ul TO' KNOW THAT fortoee avenue, IB tha only in Winnipeg. He now "t kind of narraent dyeing and orphantB' piw soode. Wu H 'tiBlaotoruj and are Btill able to more. If wt dye every day in the BOARD AND UOOMS. TO J OT 2S MAIN TO A. Muitlebury, oor. Muin and MoDermott BOOMS TO ooin or two wanted, self- Ui-ftif rt 1U8 Fort 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- hashed 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 found m this paper and no other in Manitoba. Such news is available to no other paper in Winnipeg. TERRIFYING SETTLERS DAKOTA FARMERS FLOCKING TO TOWNS FOR SAFETY. Indians Displaying Considerable In- dependence, But as Yet Havo Raised no and Sol- diers for the Proat. PROPERTIES FOB BAJUE. TTlABM LANDS, IMPROVED AND _C Also City Property lot Bale and rent. Apply to Aikins Over Imperial Bank, Main St., Wlnoipeir. T7IOR SALE-TWO BRICK HOUSES ON JEMIMA JP street. Very cheap and on easy terras. Apply to O. H. Muttiebury, Main and MoDermott streets, Winnipeg.___________________________________ TTWIl VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE h outheeftst side ot Kennedy atareet. and two Iota having a frontage of 100 feel. O. A. Muttiebary, oor. Main aud UoDenuott streets. PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE Inte Win. J. Fox are requested to communicate, Immediately, wit'a J. Tobin, 0. P. R. barber ehop, in order that a settlement ol his estate may be made. SECTION OF LAND FOR SALK, SUITABLE 1 or mixed fuming, good station con- venient, pleat; hay, and wood, (4 pei acre, Apply to W. B. Offletrt, oornei Main St. and Portage avenue. FARMS AND WILD LANDS OUU 'or S3 per nore and upwards, ou easy terms, Write for descriptive catalogue and prire bat with maps free. Oriar, Hammond Nanton, Lund Office, 381 Main St, Winnipeg. FR FEET FRONTAGE ON KING St. with two frame dwelling! also 41 feet frontage on the same street with one frame house. Both properties, are Dctween Notre and Mo- Dermott streets. Apply to G. A. Muttlebury, Main and iloDermott streets, Winnipeg IMPROVED FARM OF 160 ACRES one mile from the village o! Balmoral, 86 (tores improved and in a high state ol cultivation, farm all fenced, 20 or 25 acres ol nice poplar bush, good dwelling house, frame grunart and drlTug shed with stone foundation, sue 20x60, two log cattle stables, never failing wpll of pare water. For further partioulftrs apply to WUKam Frank-; Real Estate Agent, 490 Mam St. NOTICES. NURSE DAVIS HAS REMOVED FBOM THE Wffttminstor Blook, and taken up her residence at No. 42 Mary street. WATER IN RE quiring water taken out of cellars, apply at once to J. Smith 4Co., box 414, P. O., city- HINE'B SELECT REGISTRY, 53 LAURA JXl. Street, oomer Logan. Girls may meet ladies every day (Sunday exoepted) from 11 a. m. till 4 p.m. WO. FONSECA, REAL ESTATE AND GEN- eral Agent, Issuer of Miuriiige Licensta, Houses to Rent. Office No. 706 Main St Estab- lished 1802. PER PHOTOS OF baby's. Ground floor gallery only studio in the country mailing life raze photos.' Toboggan and snowahoe photos a speciality. New eeenery. Beet Co., 307 Ma William street west. FOR SALE. FR F1HST-CLAS3 UPRIGHT GRAND piano been used three years. Ap- ly box 22, Free Press. DRUG AND STATIONERY BUSINESS FOR sale. In beat caeh town in the Northwest. btook new and well selected. Address Chemist, Free Offlue. FR HALE, A COMFORTABLE 7 ROOMED DE- twhed frame house, with lot, within two bloohu from post offioe, prion J1.TW further particu- lars apply to Mr. G. R- Howard, Barrister, etc., Me Intyre Block, 416 Main street. FOB PREEMPTION PAYMENTS, LEASE lands and government pnrohasea. About Bfven per cent can be saved on coet, by using scrip, oirou- Ljrs and full particulars free. Osier, Uarmuand Nanton, 381 Main St, FOR SALE, ON EASY'TERMS, A WARM WELL built 7 roomed r frame houte, anmmer kitchen, good out buildings, salt water oiotern, and two lots, north C. P. R. between Main street and rivei, Price huil ings alone worth the mon- ey. Apply to P. O. Box 28S. FOK RENT OR HIRE. -JL- OUSE TO JS. KERR, MAIN St_________________' mo LET COMFORTABLE S-ROOM BRICK J. house. Apply to R. H. Hayward, 318 Main street, ______________________i HOUSE TO LBT Di BELLY'S TERRACE, 370 Notre Dmue St. Appiy Kelly Bros. Co. 389 Main st TO REVT-A NIOB WARM COTTAGE, FOUR rooms. No 3SU Selkirk street west. App3y to J. Waddington, Fieri Bt. TO LET-A WKLL FURNISHED HOUSE ON Oarry St; possession given immediately or will rentvmfnrniebedL Apply room 1, OJareodoo hoteL TO OF LAND AT POINT DOUGLAS suitable for (.Mil, wood or lumber yard; railway switch alongside. Apply lo R. H. Hajward, 34B Main street. mO OF F II. MAT- _L thewso Esq., Ouborae St, Fort Rouge. Im- mediate possession Apply to Crotty   recent excessive rains may nave undermined the foundation. Speeches. Ga., Nov. The morning of the last day of the Woman's Christian Tem- perance Union convention ,was devoted to a many short addresses and preparationr for, leave taking, and nothing of general in- terest want done. Sagar Keflnery Burned. HOOUA, LA, Nov. 18 refinery on Fonte Flam's plantation WAS DO rued this morning. 'Lota Two men, Tom Berber! and Crocks, were seriously burned. PARNELL SCANDAL. FOLLOWERS ANNOYED OVER THEIR j LEADER'S ACTIONS. Great Curiosity to See How Glad-; stoae Will Treat Parnell An Interview in Which Little De- fence is "Will Lead. LONDON, Nov. Nationalists' chief cause for irritation against Parnell arises from the fact that he allowed them to place them- selves in the position which now turns cut to have been a ridiculous one, by pledging them- delves in the support of his innocence at the time when the rumors of the O'Shea scandal first began to be circulated. They now argue that if Parnell did not intend to distend him- self in the courts, but to practically admit his guilt, he should have given his friends an inti- mation of what was to come, ao that they could have begun to pooh-pooh the idcn that his private life had any thing io do with his political leadership, and thus prepare the public for the attitude which they are cow foiced to take and which involves a complete somereault from their former position. It is not known whether Parnell intends to be present in the Commons when it meets on Tuesday or not. Many be- lieve he will postpone his appearance to a later and lees occasion, though it will be rather singular for him to disobey hia own urgent whip, in which he dwelt upon the importance of Irinh njeraber being on hand at the opening. There uuriosity to see how Gladstone will treat Parnell since the scandal came out. The Globe declares that the Grand Old Man will shock the public if he continues to display personal friendship two-penny Juan." However thu may be, Gladstone is said to be much de- pressed by the evidence in the .divorce Although the scandal has been a matter of public eoBsip for months and even years has been alluded to more or leas directly in cer- tain weekly prints, Gladstone, according to his close friends, never heard this gossip, and the prints alluded to are excluded from his library. He is a man of moat strict ideas in regard to family obligations, and the O'Shea trial has come on him as new and painful revelationin reference to aman for whom hehas grown to feel a personal as well as a political admiration amounting to more than ordinary friendship among public men. It is needless to gay that the attitude of the rank and file of the Liberals toward Parnell will be largely shaped according to the one which they will take fiom Mr. Gladstone's greeting of the Irian leader. Lord Granville, one of Mr. Gladstone's chief supportem, delivered an address at .AJton to-nightg dwell in shiefly on Irish affairs. It was noted that he refrained throughout from alluding to Farnell. QUBENSTOWN, Nov. 18. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, who arrived to-day from York, was asked by a reporter to give his views on the O'Shea scandal and its effects npon Parnell's political influence. He dealin- ed to express an opinion, and laughingly advised the interviewer to ask the L'ish mem- bers about it. WHAT rABNELL. HAS tO SAY. A London special cable says: Some evening Dewrifapers here say that Farnell did not even trouble bimselt to come to London from Brighton, where he has been stxrppinir. This is untrue. Parnell did come London, dress- ed in dark traveling olotheB and wearing a small cap instead of the unual high hat. He walked along the Strand unobserved and pant- ed unnoticed close to the throng gathered outside the court-house and entered a hotel, not a hundred yards away from where Sir Edward Clark was ruining be fore the jury. Ha waslboking in the best of health, just as calm as though the scandal of the day concerned him no more than the usual dreary day's business of the JEIoufle of Commons. A correspondent met him as Le 'was leaving the hotel and walked to the sta- tion with him. Parnell expressed not the least unwillingness to tell the readers how he regards to-day's revelations in tLe O'Shea suit as it affects his public position. "Do you expect, Mr. was asked, "that this auife will have the result most de- sired by the Unionists and cauae you to re- sign your leadership of the Irish party "Certainly replied Mr. Farnell, with a scornful nmile. "From the first hint of these divorce proceedings I have determined that they should not result in doing that. I fancy the people of America and England will see clearly enough fur themselves what this caee is aud what haft been its history." "la there any truth in the reports in Tory newspapers of your going abroad to remain away during the next seBeion "Not a particle ol answered Parnell emphatically. "Then you will resume your place at the head of your party when the House meets "Yes, of course, I shall. This, suit will not affect my public action in the slightest degree." "Were any steps taken at any time to de- fend this suit on your behalf "O, yes, I have worked hard in getting tip a defencfl, but for various of them Mrs. Q'Shea'a serious illness at the present was decided eventually to let this carefully prepared defence go by the board." "Is there not a will suit which may be seri- ously afieeted by the result; of this case V "The will of Mrs. O'Shea'c he an- swered, "is contested by Mrs. O'Shea's rela- tives, but how far it will be affected by the renult of this divorce suit I cannot give an opinion." "Do you intend to appear at all in these proceedings, either personally or by coun- sel "O, Parnell, .decisively, "I have waived my right in that "Have you any romarka to make upon the statements of counsel or the evidence of Cnpt. O'Shea "Well, up to the said Parnell, "I absolutely have not read either one or the other, but in any event I shall leave the pub- lic to form its own judgment on the case." At this moment bis train came alpug and he was carried away, having in his pocket a couple of evening newspapers containing an account of the icourt' proceedings, which was probably the only intelligent men in Lou- don who had not read up to that moment. Forger So: 1th Locked Up. NEW YOBK, Nov. Albert H. Smith, forger, through whose fraudulent practices the firm of Mills, Robaon Smith, of which he was a'membef, was ruined, was arranged in Jefferrson Market pblico court. He was held in bail and locked up in the tombs. It IB probable his bail will be increased to- morrow. Grain CVagli In PHILADELPHIA, Nov. before the closing ot the Com >oial exchange this afternoon tha -icnt was made of the Failure of L. G. grain dealer and broker, member o .e exchange. The Dailure of Graeff caust she nuapenmon of Wilson Welsh, who opi'i a flour mill The faihne caused some Lorft His Bead. HABTFOUD, unknown man who had been loiterihg about the New York. New Haven and railway station for several delioerately laid his neck on the track in front of rt switch engine this morning and wan decapitated. SmaJlpox oo Board. NKW YOBK, Nov. 18 steamship La Norm and i, which is detained at quarantine with smallpox un board will be allowed by the health officers to come np to her dock to- FRENCHMEN IN A FURY. Scenes lu the Chamber eT Depu- Turiff PAWS, Nov. tho course of a delate on the budget in the Chamber of Deputies to- day, M. Laur requested permission to ititmo- gate the government an to what steps it pro- posed to take to prevent the drain of gold from Franco lor the benefit of the foreign markets. The minister of finance, M. Bou% ier, declined to discuss the question, whereupon M. Laur made a bitter attack upon the Finance Min- ister, charging him with having used his official position to advance IUB own interests through speculation. The Chamber wjis im- mediately thrown into great confusion and the President was twice compelled t'i call Deputy Laui to order. The latter gentleman became greatly excited and attempted to pro- ceed with his remarks, but was eventually compelled to desist. DUI-IDK the altercation M. Laur declared that no one could prevent him from doing his duty. He WM burprined that M. fiouvier had never replied to the ac- cusations made against him. M. Houvier retorted that he disdained to answer a oertuiB kind of accusations. The Minister further stated that he had offered on the previous day to make an immediate reply to M. LaurV in quiry, but M. Laur bad refused to accept such a Htfttement and the government had therefore decided not tojaccode to hie pieoent demand. The debate was finally adjourned for one month. The sub-committee on the, tariff decided in favor of raising the duty on salt meata, beef and other meat, from 2'! to 27 francR. MANY WEAK SPOTS. Another Leading Kiijjlidh Blinking Jlouse Reported In LONDON, Nov is rumored that an- other, prominent banking firm is in difficulties on account of inability to re-discount its maturing bills. The Financial News expresses a fear that there are many weak spots in the. financial world, due to recklees under- writing, and that more than one house in tottering under a load of overwhelming un- forseen liabilities The bulk of bills dis- counted by the Bank of England, this week, were endorsed by the Barings. No case of lefusal hoa been heard of in casea of over- time. The banks singled out batches of their bills and employed brokers to meet The Bank of England charged but little extra for its accommodation. The rumors affecting another large Anglo-American house ara pronounced to be unfounded. Grand, Lothburv Co.'s specu lative acts will be in part carried by .the mar- ket for liquidating at the end of November and will be continued beyond that by parties interested. The Times says no bills drawn on Barings after last Saturday by their corres- pondents will be accepted but all drawn pre- viously will be recognized. The Bank of England IB practically in cbprge of Barings' affairs. It IB probable that the firm will bo resuscitated. BREAD OR WORK. Ireland's Poor Fraying for Thirty Fnmllles Stiirrinic in One Pariah. DC'EIIN, Nov. tha regular meeting of the Schull union to-day the board room was besieged by thousands of small farmers and laborers, imploring the authorities to give them food or employment. Many pitifu' stories were told by the ouffercra. Father Forrest, of Golen, informed the board that thirty families in his pariah were starving and he was obliged to assist such as he could out of his own scanty means. A deputation of directors of the Schull and Skibbereeu rail- way asked the board to request the govern- ment for money with which to extend the line to Crookhaven and build docks. They also suggested other measures which would furnish employment to the people and relieve tbe distress. Resolutions embodying- these pro- positions were adopted by the board. SMALL-POX SPREADING. Many Kutal Censes ol the in .M. Petersburg. ST. PITKBSBOKG, Nov. Small-pox is spreading to an alarming eiteat in this city. Ten per centt of the onsen are proving fatal. The hospitals are overcrowded. Clown to llliie Blood. Nov. IS. The Secretary of War has suddenly ceased bin vigorous efforte to discover the culprits implicated in the theft of the examination papers for promotions to com- missions in the army. It is rumored that the trail was coming dangerously close to royalty, in the person of a young military gentlemaa illegitimately deacf.ndtxl from the late King William IV. Ship Canal from Brussels. LONDON, Nov. A company has been formed to construct a ship canal to connect BruHnels with the The project nn old one, but has existed only in the realm of ijossi- bilities, this being the nrst tima that capital- ists their faith in the profitable ness of th'e undertaking. Salvation LONDON, Nov. Adviwn from Finland state that Fraulem Hoartman, the beautiful leader of the Salvation Army in that province, was gTDBsly ihsulted by a Russian police offi- cial. She struck him down with a baton ahe was carrying. Sbe was not arrceted. A Consumption Cnie Viicured. BBRLIN, Nov. Dr. Koch is chagrined at tho reappearance ol lupus in tha patitmt who was reported to have been cured by tho uw of the new lymph. Thin, however, IB only instance in which tho treatment avems to have been unsuccessful. American for Hungurjr. LONDON, Nov. The Minister of Agri- culture for Hungary ia taking steps to hare vast tracts in that country planted with American vines, which havo thus far resisted the ravages of the phylloxera. Muit Build LONDON, Nov. 18. Ohtef Socretary Bol- four hog notified companies having contracts for jhe construction of light in the west of Ireland that they must begin work at once. Mourning (or Her Bon. LONDON, Nov. The Dowager Grand Duchess of Tuscany, motni-r of Archduke John (John is dangerously ill owing to uncertainty an to tbe fate of son. Tn Now CiiHiupion. N. S. W., Nov. 17. -McLean de- feated Slansbury in the race on the Paramatta river to-day. 1'ollee Will an Increase. LONDON, Nov. The cabinet have decid- ed to raise the of ttic police. Low Katun lu 1'lurlda. JACKHONVJLLB, Fla Nov. The South- ern Paspengura iisdocMtiuii a low rate for Brat-clatm pawngern for the round trip to Ocala, FJa., and return, on tlie OCOA sion of the meetiuK of National Farmers' Alliance and Union on Deo. 2. A rf-quost baa been made, to all "not mem- bers of the a.ud to aonnec- tions and truuk linen north of (.he Ohio river, for ft low rate, and it ia probable it will be granted. 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