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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba rvn. WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1890. NO. 119 85 BEST ADVERTISING. advertisement of any sort vetisworthFourTimes m the DAILY FREE PRESS and the EVENING FKEE PSES5 AND SUN, together, as ,n other Winnipeg daily 'rfvertising medium lew Inserted on tills page ol thirty age ol IBS and i Press and San (both edl- day, cr TAILORESSES. 827 Main St. _ GOOD GENERAL SERVANT S- Spinfc, 319 Jemima St. i; GOOD GENERAL SERVANT apply 78 Carlton Street. _ -.V GOOD GENERAL st- GIRL FOR KITCHEN tt art Apply Mrs- Jlurwood, cor. Garrj BYTKEDAYBY AN EX IV paiencedtlrresr-iakei-. Apply Box 24, Free .'BSOSK. __________________ VV mother's help. SCashjnUwk. NUI'-SE MAID OR References required. Applj TTtfTEC-AS EXl'EKimJCED STUDENT AT to requires a to Box 23, GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. .g. Apply Mrs. W. W. Watson, 3Bu 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 othei 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 in this paper and no other in Manitoba. Such news is available to no other paper in Winnipeg. AFTER OUR INDIANS. EXTENDING THE MESSIAH CRAZE TO THE NORTHWEST. Sitting Bull Sending His Emissaries Over the Canadian Wants to Fight In the Spring Near the Black Hills. WASHIXGTOS, Nov. 21.-The following patches bearing on the Indian situation have been received at the war department OTTAWA NEWS. A Manitoba Favmer Would Visit Hon. Mr. Dcwdnejr Hetunis-34 O'clock OTTAWA, Mr. Pughe of Boieeevain is hare. He interviewed Hon. Mr. Carling to-day and is anxious; to make a tour of Wales with Farmer delegate Edwards. Additional lands have been reserved in the Territories to give accen to watering placet forcattle. Tbe exports for October show a decrease oi S2 but an increase of half a million for .t_ _ _ .Indiansmuch excited and large numbers are commfr over from Rosebud agency, 60 miles distant. The Ghost dance still continues. MILKS, General Commanding. BISHOP KING'S CASE. INTERESTING DECISION BY ARCH- BISHOP OF CANTERBURY. The Bishop of Lincoln Receives the Churches' Haling on His four in for four month! chow CHICAOO, Nov. agent, Washington Information has been received that tlM Yanklons PROPERTIES FOR SAXiE. rRH LANDS, IMPROVED AND VACANT. Also City Property for sate and rent. Apply to Aikina Montgomery, over Imperial Bait, Main St., Winnipeg. __________ -I7IOR BRICK HOUSES ON JEMIJIA r street. Very cheap and on easy terms. Apply toG. ll MuttlebSy, McDermott streets. Winnipeg. ______________ T30B8ALE-AVEBY DESIRABLE BE8IDBNOB P on tbe east ride of Kennedy street, andllwo lots having a frontage oJ 100 leek O. A. MutOebury, oor. Main and MoDennott street-. SECTION OF LANT FOR SALE. SUITABLE for mixed farming, good district, station con- venient, plenty hav, water and wood, M .P" "J018- Apply to W. B. Gutatt, corner Main St. and Portage avenue. TrOTEB- GOOD BOY TO LOOK AFTER A ami deliver parcels. Apply to Geo. Cle- f.iW. 144 Main Street. WASTED- A YOUNG GIB L TO LOOK AFTER thMren ami do light house work. >o wash- CTORSALE.A COMFORTABLE 7 BOOMED DE- tached frame house, witn lot, within two blocks om post office, price For further partion- rs apply to Mr. G. R. Howard, Barrister, etc., Me- tyre Block, 416 Main street_______ Apply WASTED-A FIRST-CLASS STARCHBR AND djirtironer. Apply to Mrs. Morris, F. P. T. WASTED IMMEDIATELY GENERAL SER- references required. Apply to Mrs. ON EASY TERMS, A WARM WELL built 7 roomed cetacbed frame house, summer tchen, good out buildings, soft water cistern, and ivo Jots, north C. P. R. between Main street and ,-er Price buii isga worth the mon Apply to P. O. Box 293. ___________ KicMi, 33 Edmonton St. TURES TO FRAME, ALSO 11 taraitnre to repair at moderate charges, by 3. street. -I7IOR SALE-71 FEET FBOKTAOB ON KDJO St with two frame dwenings also feet on the same street with one frame home. ,th properties are between Notre Dame and.Ho- to G. A. Muttlebury, Main Jermott "streets. AL _ and McDermott streets, (iriSTEB-TWO GOOD COAT MAKERS. ..fto Deo. ClemCLts, merchant tailor, Krstr Jteaind McDermott streets. Ttri TITiVTED A GENERAL SER- rf rant, must be good to children, references (wired, good wages. Apply, '209 bt. Mary St. WANTED-LOCAL AND TRAVELLING SALT'S- ff Position permaneut. Salary and ex- piiJ Brown Bros., nurseymen, To- snlo, Ont. T7IOR SALE-HEAR ROSSER STATION andSJNEJseclO, 3 and S J S W I sec 24, tp 12, rgelw. Near Elm reekstaflon K W 122, and S S W i 27, tp 8.- rge w- 24, tp 8, rge 6 w. ppiy to J. Rawden, Imperial (H Coy's office, Main reet, WinnipeR. I YOUXO IS A CRIPPLE JUST OUT A of the hospital) a situation of some tind, can read and ivrite well, reckoner. Ap- !lj Box K Frte Press Office. m II TED AT ON'. E YOUR FURS TO RE- ir. Old (nrs cleaned and altered fur coats, inode toorfler. All work tfuaranteed. J. u a Co., 0 W Main St. II'ANTED-A SMART YOUXG HAN FOR Vt cScE must be a shorthand Api !y in wn t andwriting, stating salary rf'p'rcd. P. 0. ?.9. A A IMPROVED FARM OF 160 ACRES S'21UU one n.ile from the village of Balmoral, 5 acis improved and in ahijfu atave of ouUivation, >rm all fenced, 20 or 25 arres of nice poplar bush. ood dwelling house, frame granar and driving shed ilJh stone foundation, sine two log cattle never tailing of pure water. For further articulars apply to William Frank, Real Estate ;ent, 490 Main St TTTATKR IN RE- VV auirinu water taken out of rellare, apply at to J. Smith box 414, P. O., cHy. WASTED-A FIRST-CLASS GENERAL SER- VV vatit. Cocxi wa-es steady employment home to the right i-erson; apply by 'i'.ta A. Leit.-h, Oak Lake. FEW GOOD MEM AT HOME OR lV :o travel, salary'or roii-misriion. Ho npsrienoe Write lor particulars. fc Ac mwSsarsiCo., iii Yonge St, Toronto. WiSTED-YUUNfi GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE work where tnere arc no children; must be tltau and tidy none other nee.l apply. Cai morning at 51U Ealrnural street. WANTED- PARTNER, SloEST OR ACTIVE not than .-S.OUO to capital, in business, object, to end, establish "ilOyeiK. ipplv, J. I. C.. rree Press Office. W. .UiTED-TWO FARM HANDS FOR WINTER (or a year) 3 boys lor farnis, -2 laundresses, 2 restaurants, 1 porter for hotel riter. Employment Agency, 5 trect. SiUiMES LOCAL OR TO TRAVEL lorlhe FonthiU Nurserk-s of Canada. Specia extra hardy Kus-ian iruitt. Terms libera totfi'. free. Stone Wellington, Nursery Toronto. SALARY OR COM .M mission commence work at once libera tg information on application over 25 iu Oi-noiia. Apply Chase Brother Coibornf, Ont. rcajaiiy, WASTED-A CLERK WHO HAS HAD SOW otlice riei hand quid .it iiust 1 '-jlrwOflims-mH'iK App ications must be r.ml confai Acldrou. 1'. 11. 1-.I-.3 if h i the names of refb 4 LNt; ENGLISH LAJT SEEKS A FOS eo.iiwtriion, or bousefceepe tiBrouLA Kr.L-lUh, nrithmetic, elemcatar pencil, mus'c ami singing. H .nd rcmured. Beta, Cnrsi FOR FARM, COOKS FO 515 to per mor.th hous AA IMPilOVED AND WILD LANDS UU 'or 33. per acre and upwards, on easy terms, rite for descriptive catalogue and price bat witb aps free. Osier, Hammond ft Nanton, Land Office, 1 Main St, Winuipeg. and OroMC Ventres on the Upper Missouri, near old Fort Belknap, have adopted the IlessUh orare, andfthe latter an quite ugly that Sitting BuU bas sent emissaries to these tribes and to 18 lodges at Sioux north ol the British line, inciting them to get arms and ammunition and join the other warriors near the Black Hills in the spring. Every eBort is being made to allay and restrain the turbulent, but tbe violent overt act ol any small party ol tht desper- ate ones may cause an uprising. The latest report from the northern Chryennes savs that they have abandoned the delusion. There should be no delay, however, it putting other troops tbaa those in these two departments in proper equipment lor tbe a decrease of The duty collected increased Hon. Mr. Dewdney returned from England to-day greatly benefited by the trip. He tbe McKinley bill has been a blessing in disguise to as the English people we turning more attention to Dominion affairs. Sandford Fleminrwas notified to-day by Lord Lansdowne that the 24 hour notation has been adopted on all the railways in India. The mileage of railways there is neventeen thousand. Dalton McCarthy; will not accept the presi- dency of the Equal Rights Association. During the ending Oct. 1st prerogative mercy has been exercised in 165 cases. isttc Conduct A Verdict. Compromise Reid. (Signed) MILES, llaj. -General Commanding. Nov. the Adjutant-General of the arniv: The number of Indians Koing from Boaebud agency to Pine Ridge agency is increasing. Adi iocs are reliable showing that this Messiah erase is extend- ing to our Indians near the mountain! ami those be- tween tbe Sioux Nation and tbe Canadian border. (Signed) Hu.cs, Maj..Gcneral Commanding. ST. PACL, Nor. Press Mandan, N. D., special correspondent ob- tains information from the Sioux agency from two absolutely reliable sourest, one via Hetinger county from the western part of the reservation and one from Standing Book via Bismarck aa follows The chancel are against an immediate uprising unless Sitting BuU makes up bis mind it would pay. Bitting Bull would be arrested and put 'n irons, but the agent fears this would precipitate tiouble. Agent McLaughlin has lost control of Bull and the other leaden. At Bull's camp the dance "of two hundred keeps, up day and night. All come by wire from Fort reports Yates that 1.1MUC MJ culored. There is nothing but a military wire and cennorehip is exercised on every message. My agents found it impossible to wire tbe facts they wanted to wire. The Indians with Sitting Bull do not welcome even friendly whites and won't" shake with them. They say all the white men will be turned into buffalo and catfish. In regard to the former report that the Indian police forms. had the thrown down their nni- facts are Agent McLaugblin WO FOSSKOA, KEAL ESTATE AND QEN- eral AKent, Issuer of Marriage lacens.s, _ Main St. Eetab- Most Do Jury Duties. Nov. 2t.--In the Court of Queen's Bench this .morning Dorion rendered judgment on a motion pre- sented yesterday to excuse from duty as jurors two commercial travellers who had gone on their trips and would have been discharged if they had not so. His Honor dismissed the motion observing that if it were necescary for a traveller to be away daring die sitting of the court it was the duty of his employer to pay the fine of which the law imposed. Fort Arthur Breakwater Completed. PORT ARTHUR, Nov. Port Arthur breakwater was completed last night. It is magnificent structure, one mile m length, enclosing nearly a square mile of harbor, and costs half a million, of which the town con- tributed and the Federal Government the remainder, and n a 'great boon to vetKli trading to this port. Not a single accident of any kind occurred during the seven years its construction to cante regret or loss. Three Toronto Fall. CREIMOBK, Nov. leaffold gave way beneath three Toronto bricklayers here-to- day, letting them 'fall twenty feat to the frozen KTonnd. Edward Irvine was instantly killed, Jos. Gaynor had his arm broken in two places and Wm. Eldridge's back was severely hurt. Nov. '.MS been de- livered by the Archbishop of Canterbury against Rev. Dr. Edward King, Bishop' of Lincoln, who charged with ritualistic regarding the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical court and hia obligation to obey the rubrical directions of the prayer book. Judgment has been suspended by the arch- bishop iu regard to the rubrical irregularities of Bishop King. The mixture of water with the wine used in the act of con- secration is held by the archbishop to constitute a violation of the law of the church, while tbe use of mixed chalice pre- pared beforehand did not offend the ecclesias- tical law. The charee against the bishop re- garding ablution not being supported by the evidence submitted, was dismissed. The action of Bishop King in turning face te the east during Communion servicn, thus making his manual acto invisto, was decided by the archbishop to be illegal, as such must be visible to the congrega- tion. Tbe singing of the hymn Agnus Dei during the Communion was legal. The decision of tbe Archbishop of Canterbury which was rendered to-day, was delivered in a very imposing fashion, as was thought to befit so momentous a ruling. The Archbishop had given due notice of the readiness of the decis- ion, and the time and place of its announce- ment. Accordingly there were present in the library of Lambeth palace at the appointed time fully two thousand prominent persons, including many clergy drawn then: as much by curiosity as by duty. The decision seem- ed to be a popular one, with tbe distinguished- audience as its vari- ous were greeted with loud which did not altogether con- gruous with the sacred character of the place where they were beard. The archbishop's ruling is what might be toimed a compromise, and while it allows the anti ritualists to con- gratulate themselwM on a substantial victory, it also permits the Right Rev. Dr. King to continue a number of practices which lees "high church rectors consider scandalous." The result of the long litigation therefore is that ritualism gained a victory for a num- ber of practices which have never been con- sidered as having a proper footing in the Es- tablished Church. Aerated of totters Egan, employed in the postoffiee, hu been suspended by Post- master Wigle on ten. EpmdenJM susptoionof nttMeharge M" purloining let- and will tight nouses 10 Rent. 3hed 1862. gfflce No. 705 Main St. Eetab- -VTOTICE-ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE late Wm. J. Fox are to communjcaie, Tobin, O. V. B. barber shop, ttat a settlement ol his estate may be made. PER DOZEN-CABINBT PHOTOS OF babv's. Ground fl wr gallery only studio in country ma.iDg life potos. nowshoe photos a speviahty. Mew scenery. Co S07 Mr.William streei west. sent them to arrest refractory Indians, and instead of obeying they threw off their clothes and joined in the dance. They retnrnei to the agency without the prisoners, and offered no excuses, -McLaugblin was afraid to poniah them. condoned tLeir offense. SittjaR Bull is jealous of the increase in cattle on the Cannon Ball Bivei belonging to the white set- tlers. He teaches his followers that if a raid is made on the settlers and if they were killed the Indians could surrender on the appearance ot soldiers and be forgi ven then, because of the fate of the former no new ones will come there. The Indians who Jave followed the advice of Major McLaughhn, and accumulated property are opposed to the propowd uprising. The young bucks who have nothing and the older ones who are lazy, led by Sitting Bull, are causing all the trouble. Governor Milller is in Mandan this evening. He vijited Fort Lincoln and your corres- pondent there was nothing between the white settlers south of the town and a massacre but the good will of the Indians. He all the precautionary measures that have been taken. WASHINGTON, Nov. Indian bureau officials quite generally discredit tbe warlike and threatening reports that come from the Sioox country. Acting Commissioner of the Indian office, does not believe that the In oiana contemplated hostile action towards Che whites. The promised Messiah that they are looking for to lead them in their destruction of the whites, has not and will not materialize, but when they discover that he is not likely to be forthcoming, the disappointment may make ihem troublesome. They will then turn upon the medicine men who have made the predic- tions, and there may be difficulties that will spread beyond' the tribal limits. He thinks, however, that the adopted in sending troops to-the reservations will be anjple to prevent any serious outbreak. Gen. Miles' scary despatches received to-day, according to the Scar this evening, meets with the comment from the matter out before the postmaster-general. Died IB s> Nov. A noh fanner named Jas. who on his, way home horn Montreal to Sfc was killed yesterlay by falling into a ditch, his wagon falling him and striking him on the bead. STANLEY ON JAMESON. A letter ComflmlBC Asuad Farran's Jameson minded by Scientific Desire. BOSTON, Nov. July Assad Farran, a Syrian interpreter with Stanley's rear guard, wrote a letter to Mr. Camp, en- gineer of the Upper Congo steamer, Henry Reed, the property of tbe American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society, describing the events transpiring in tbe Stanley expedition with special reference to the rear guard under Major Barttelot, and it coven much tbe same ground aa taut in Farnn'a re- cent affidavit published in the London Times. This letter Mr. Camp sent to Mr. Lewie, a Baptist missionary at Lukanger. Lewis in turn sent a copy of it to Rev. Edward F. Merriam, assistant foreign director of the society in Boston, and it is now published for tbe fust time. Mr. Stanley was seen this afternoon. When shown tbe letter he said: Yes, its genuine and I'm glad to hear it. But it not make the matter any stronger than it was. Jameson's own letter is the most damaging evidence against him. He was blinded by his scientific desire. I would glad- ly prove Farren a liar but after Jameson's letter, how could I! When Bonny told myself and my officers about the trouble I did not believe it. Mr. Jameson was as nice a fellow as yon ever saw, but he did not see the thing frjm a human standpoint. His science led him astray. Hr. Jameson was a rich man and the thought came tbat maybe this man was blackmailing him for not paying his salary. But Jameson's letter settled it. LOKDOK, Nov. brother the Times complaining that Stanley at- tacked Jameson after visiting his home and receiving the hospitality of relatives. The writer from Jameson's diary to confirm own version of the cannibal story, aa against tbat of Assod Farren. He eays that Assad hated Jameson, and was glad of an opportunity to slander him. He states that diaries are being pre- pared for publication as speedily aa possible, and will, when published, show that the men who are now being reviled deserved a better fate. He also quotes a letter from Stanley's secretary, which, he says, was approved by Stanley in February last, testifying to the "chivalrous noble energy and high merit" of Jameson. IT MEANSJflGH RATES. AN ALLIANCE FORMED BY RAIL- WAY CAPITALISTS. Goulds Will Join the VmdernUts and TArUTs be sidcnt AdtutuT Realgnation to be Accepted. NEW Nov. 21.-It was stated thi. afternoon that an alliance had been formed between represented by George C. Magoun, of Kidder, Peabody Co., J. Gould, C. P. Uuntington and the Standard Oil party by which all the railroads owned or controlled by them individually or jointly, will be operated together practically under Gould's direction. This alliance includes Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, Missouri Pacific, Northern Pacific, Atchison, Wabaab, Kansas and Texas, Texas Pacific and many other roads. It is aloo said tbat Gould is trying to force the holders, of Bock Island either to sell their stock around its present price or to join with other in the alliance. The Burlington and Chicago A Alton, will act with the allied roadim whatever steps may hereafter be taken but there are that the mar in and bay. iThe heavy, and the Soas UOR 8ALE-A FIKST-CLAS3HPRIOHT OEASD E piano beon used three years. Ap- y uox 22, Free Press. T-TOR SALE- IN GOOD PR F tiJe, good Srcntry seller leaving far Enand Apply foJ partieulare .to W. Russell Shoai Lake, Miin. QOEBBV wife ot-Richard Baker was found in. bed-thismorning. The ol the house were held pending the result of the inquest. THELIBERAL PLATFORM. Fiee Education and Abolition of the Eng- lish State Church and House of Ixjrds. LONDON, Nov. a conference to-day of tbe National Liberal Federation a platform was adopted favoring free education for men the land the disestablishing of the Church of Scotland and its dwendowment; local 'option the formation of district and and the mending or ending of the House of Lords the immediate abolition of tba State Church of England, the House of Lords and tbe liquor laws WM advocated by Sir WHfred who characterized them a three-fold card with which the aristocrats .for generations had enslaved the English democracy. LONDON, Nov. National Liberal association has adopted a resolution favoring the payment of salaries to member: of Par- liament. THEY WANT CASH. Ever. If the Irish Don't Visit Wlnnipes; You Huve an Opportunity 'of Contributing. NKW YOBK, Nov. The following cir- cular has been issued by the delegation of the Irish parliamentary party The addresses as already delivered by Irish legates and other communications in the newspapers. have, it Is hoped, made the American public some- what familiar with ti.e circumstances of the Irish struggle at the present boor. The Irish people are now lace to fica with a determined and powerful at- tempt organixed by Balfour and a number of Tory and L'beral Unionists capitalists in England and landlord syndicatesin Pnglandand Ireland tostarvc oiitth- Irish organizations and evict the tenants by simultaneously Increasing the vigor of coercion and the number of evictions. So resolute and merci- less is the combination that every moment when, ai cording to the (tavernment Itself, large portions of Ireland are menaced with severe distress, wholesale evictions are carried out. The, chief purpose of the mission of tbe Irish deli gatea to America is to coun- teract this last dxspera'e assault by an appeal to tbe generosity of tbe American people lor moral and financial support. Tbeamouut of and Interest already manifested in their cause has exceeded their most sanguine eipebtations. The very txtent of this response has, however, increased thc be angry at the Ion Vanderlnltc may of their traffic prominent army officer, mind what M alluded who to had IOR SALE-ACARLOAD OF CHOICE WJSSCERN mares, soli C.olore, bay. and 2 Can bn seen any on baturdaj, at Connel Burhe's sUhles. ______________ F DRUG AND STATIONERY .BU-ilNBSS FOR sale. In best casli town m the M or h west.! Arlrfrmn Chemist. btock pew and well selected. Free Pie.6 Office. Address Chemist, FOR PRKTTIEST AND best rs this country from Mock- birds, Parrots thai BngliA _ ....1 at., Ann.v Lo 11. Sky Larks, Goldfinch and City Hall. App.y W H. liirk, OCR1P -FOR PRE13MPTIOS PAYMBSrB, LEASE b lauds goven.mcnt parohases. About Sr cent can be en by u.ingr scrip, circa- lars and full particular. ualor, Hauimond it Nanton, 381 Main St, Winnipeg. ______________ FOB BENT OK H1BK. tTOUSETO BBNT-OHAS. E. KEKB, iff! MAIN H. st. ______.______----------- J. h street. mO LET.-A COMFORTABLE 8 ROOM BRICK 1 Hou-e witho liar >v d good stable. App.y to R. U. llayward, 348 Main St. ____________ FOR THE x. w. si. P. "f K htiy oi :-.'nv kind supplied on short of }i and steamship tickets points .it lov.'f-t r res. Apply to Alex- V. iv :unl Ticket Au'ent, aijd :tinL- S'. Sv M. P. force, 707 Main St. GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO (HEINTi- m n) marly App'y at 4M7 Willlau, street or at Joseph leva St Co., Maio LOST Oil FOUNO. DUFKIKLDS FEKD K-vsy ittd Alexander nr skin robe unlined. Co. will be TIUIEF, OLD HEIFER, B 1 fi e, ivh'.lt; mark iilonir hick, horns c'it in froM. Fimlfr wilt be suit In re A F. Craiir. dairyman, cue,
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