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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 20, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba v VOL. 20, 1885. NO. 300. FOR CONDENSED ADVERTISEMENTS Ij run In unit 1U nenta per wont par No Ions umn per on thin ns Situations For To nnd words or ona word two con IB 30 or under for ouch Insertion for lows period than ouu t word ono SO or undor ono weak each word 5 couta 88 wools or additional S not 3) or 50 ouch word No to amount for Iran than 3, alii A to and In- 1'orlnyu mid Furl Ht. Fund to to SITUATIONS Apply lit OT TO of Northwest Taking like A. H. Ill 21! WANTED GOOD plain no App y tlie hours of 1 ami lifter 0 o'clock at 21) Donald St. 18-21 ANTED A nurse to goto Apply to Mrs. U. 1'. 11) Fort T who will do tile St. must bo Mrs. wull Apply 2flth at 77 2023 SITUATIONS has good in all best 13. 3t. 20-2H TtO THK ANU a in tlisi or find uno by at Ikot 4IB n St. hy ol Muw York Gun 171 Main to S. B. Dental rooma City to tne of tho mounted on and Rubber Nitrous 08T-NKAK AHOUT JUNE 1st, a rod In V on Thu will bo hy ut tnc Dominion fiulo nnd 1'rinoGHB L. 20-23 right 3d by of the Vote on Mm at I'M Mr. Farther Discussion on the P. It. C. to au A me meat of In to IKI lie to Kuy Arreg from and Canada do's nn French Watch and Any to 181 Main will bo D. H. 20 BOARD AND JOHN 715 MAIN 91, 71 Sc to corner ot and o Knox 1VI> J anil 1'rac- ot Victoria late Toronto Kvo and Knr ot the and Ksr a Artificial M ROOMS WITH A at St. Mary A TO lot in liny suitable for ouo or two P. O. 1iS7. 4 IAN tV Joct nl 1D7 ono or Uvo for- Lli tn per un- to por Din Apuly on or Muin St. lilt lor or two nicest location in Hve walk from liny Bix o'clock liox 16, 20-23 HOUSES TO W. J. 41 F. AT- etc. P. J. 11. G. W. J. K B A KKS Main Q. A. Main ana A. HOUGH Hebor buld H. M. J. Stanley Post Mala 3troot. Winnipeg ALLAN K J. H. n. G. A brick JSH and St. Apply to D. 11O OH fl jorud mul roomed mi con- rent Apply to W. 1231, 8-tf I BY OUH July of the vote on Small's amendment lust night shown that 110 Tories and 64 Liberals Seventy-three Tories voted for the mid 37 50 Liberals voted against tho and 4 for it. Of eleven ministers in the city nine went Anti- Scott und Bowell and Me. for the Scott Act. TUB Messrs. Charlton and Lhe principally to tho argument that tha company have no right to for more money while toon millions of dollars are deposited the providing for and Mr. contending Unit the money could not be touched without the every Tha rumors that tho feeling the force of the Opposition will change the resolution M to chasing tho company's and Mr Watson will move an amendment and compelling the building of certain portions of both Southwestern It ia the Sanato wilt tho Commons amendment to the Soott Aot SIX MILLION June n. i now stated that the Govern merit to-day decided to the Canadian Pacific Instead of a will purchase from th at a am a half an in tho foot ot on minutes walk of oer ply to Cold of St. 10-22 Main F. H. K. SB BAK ovar Bank Moln J. A. M. W C. K. 1'. U A. W. rilO AND A ly built with nnd soft waler and other corner of Will bo put In and low to n Apply to W. J. Main St. 3tf The AT Alexandria Flute by St. DOUBLAS good ami airy special to families nnd noLt elima family to the with uwt tha inun can With ono of B boy or lady do the work of an expensive and supplies In A. C. over Ottawa O. Box BUSINESS OF hoon to 1 liver loot of May and la now to re- ho lha Medical ot to arti nn application to the STORES ANO OFFICES TO 1LUBK IN A in new Also floor luW Apply to Main 1 soa No. Main liy Mr. J. large nd nnd third One tonun fir Iho e Apply lo 13. MX AND in all of 14 near City in- on tc or our la tlie or rii u 15 D B r u T y JL Grand nnd other ol tho ot toba A. A. viait Selkirk on 25th for tho purpose rf tho Hull h o Victoria will the lan's nt 5 o'clock returning the following An IB tended to ull W. In good U. Grand 302f) June 19. At Ascot Heath to tho race for tho Alexandria o 1000 was won by Mr. old hay colt St. winner of the Gold Cup Mr bay colt and Fred ba horue Kole run second to S Gatien for the Gold Th numbered Gatien vro in hy six Eolo wa bad TUB The race for the wiis won by T. Ba clay's brown horse with colt Willie Darling and Gerard's three-year-old hay colt Crofton There woro seven Bendigo won hy There was a head between second and CABLE A View of Uic Indian Henor denied that lecl in nnd severely arraigned for assorting tho con- thereby doing n great injury to the of the capital as woll iia to tho any interests of Sonor De prime arid Romero minister of the defended the action of the iu making public facts ro- They tho was desirous of preventing alarm among the people which would e caused by the false reports in on if thoy wore allowed to go enged and Not A I'm I King Alfonso to-day informed Premier of his intension isit the inflicted tried to tho but The King will bo by the Premier and Minister Iho Sonor Romero BRITISH Sliy of the He Auks for Till a Postponement Supplies to lie 8 top pod ing the Cry Objects to Any nuce of from The Till 1'uiindnj. naf ioti 1'cople. in in THE iu ami and then by These in Iho loading and ho them by tho will drawn up by Queen Mary in 150G, from the Queen's from and from the dence of Kirkcaldy of Paul do tho French and na well as from He certainly makes out n strong case in favor of thio version of Queen's and though blemished in ono by tho of its to John is worthy of tho attention of all who an interest in our national June 19. A dork named from Now Timlin in louse of post was id hero June 10. At aos ion of uf uf 11 power of from Assembly to see of church at Prince Albort prapor Tlie to next An Annie in the police thin ing of An Tho ladica of Bout tn tho of nota for tha Nova Scotia and tho Lower Provinces aro in i 1'ulice. passed day to join tho Northwest Juno House of Lords tho of Salisbury rose amid and naked ville to consent to an of the House until Ho tha of Liberals and the tivos not yet readied ti stage to en- cither sirlo to a Would lie morn convenient Eor all to postpone any till na ho had He just ono It in ton very im- on tho lie wua of pushing tile redistribution of Lo n but IL vory had in with tho It had known that oC soatH hatl de- ono set of Tho spanker opposed the lion of Bunts iu its form it would hampef in of an appeal to thu country be- fore Tho metion of tho of bury to postpone until Tuesday next tho of tho of south hill was then adopted by vote of lo BU who was of Stuto in Mr. voted against tho motion to Mil. 1NTKK.H.OCATES, In of thin noon Mr. if it true that the of wiis prevented from taking hy his ure to obtain of from tho 5fr. that he and many other objected to this bainy given the Conservatives in tJio event of Mr. in reply to tho tinn of anid when he last a similar ho stated Unit not at that Lime had auj conference with tho Marquis of liu had overtures from tho Marquis of Should thero be any result of any correspondence the quis and himself it would bo made thu New by the at tho Froo Sunday tho 1'Hh was u rod letter for tho Church uf England in this The now church opened For Divine service by His Lordship tho who preached two most excellent and in which ho congratulated tho incumbent and his on thu completion of the elegant and structure in to as a church for It in a nnd will neat about 130 il presents n and and docs credit to and tho other workmen in its who THE ABSENT A Show His to Two Indians Want to PORT Juno 19. Scouts from mid camp at Beaver Mission arrived at Fort Pitt this Thoy roport having all through the entire country also Beaver and 1'itt. Thoy found trail of Big Dear ho loft tho but no of his ro- tins McLean family and un- but LitLle Poplar broth or continue proposals of lo Lean's tww nnd are determined to carry them THN old to stand combined of ago and U iu a which 1 have in other part of poor huddled together outside bar in smill rooms ten foot imbibing tho soul from morn till by and all tho duties of womanhood for tun of tho loved in- and all their or ns tho cnao may reeling out into the busy wilh sumo thought of homo before or brother out a work of w bo with ig a very nice an episcopal to a null HID parish Tho ia seated 111 the thoro ivill be bye and The The Scott Act Jnna small ity by tho Seott Act woro rejected in tho House of Commons creates a consternation among the people which tho splendid victories in tho yesterday not It is suid to-day the effect will be tha act will not ba submitted to this city this nu in- Tho following nominations for the Local occurred H. Churles rm. W. T. G. East Kent Robert For- elected by will Not Uo to T Ukon n n V In Port Arthur ami mill on VV I J. K. town 1 or 3 yours ut cuiront toil in A. PROPERTIES FOR KAHMS 8 of Uio Juno tho of K. mut of a Huron fin tho ot W. At tho by the Mr. on the Jolin A. ot to Mury V Ht. very 18-31 A 111 Will Mil all ou lit very I to S. A. Sc IOU Main Ht. UO to No 7 t and inspect nla of before Kna th lo tha fur one block from t H 0V miles ot water imd SI to nor r 7 1821 IM- vd fann of 21 ami ap d nt u storf nnd OK ull all w th farm 100 Hi good town nml mil Awly A 15KAH From in by Augustus Mr. u lib vory fond of hoar hunting on but there was ono bear so ferocious Unit no ono would to uo and kill it. At last Mr. Morgan persuaded throe peasants to go with Tho wear long boota on tho fastened to pieces of several foot in and the wood IB on Bit. think iny of snow would bo ifo for tho simple reason that tho ice is covered by somo two or leal of Then they stride and they go at fifty milea an Morgan was rushing thus along the and the peasants after whoa out the llo nnd the animal thinking tho boar was mortally ho ud hia other and aftur the boar jumped up and rushed nt Tim of Madrid Object to tury An In 13. B. in with the Deputy Minister of for on taking the bout nt on to thp A 19. A disastrous iiro at before causing a loss of Tho fire broke oat in tho of Mr. Louis which was completely as well na the spool factory of Wright it and the and of Mr. B. and by The T. ono of tho grown prosecutors leaves for on the first of would bo uo lu that tho of bury himself Thu House the lipon of Mr. ad- until IN the and nro through tho medium of tho Tho quia Salisbury urges that if the of aunts ia linally tho will bo of tho of to the country should the unfairly hamper tho conduct of public therefore tho of Salisbury after tho best legal ad- vice on tho decided not to allow the seats to pass into a law until further consideration ban been It in impossible for the now to come into operation beforo hence Lord Salisbury insists upon having eral pledges not to wilfully obstruct the Conservative The Conservatives aro alarmed at tho tone oE Mr. recent which denote an intention on his part to tho to hia Tho insist the will yet be compelled ia nicely and allur covered with very in- wrought wilh tho more usual sacred presenting a very fine The windows will ho to look hko stained part of the necessary material having already arrived from His Lordship expressed IUH gruat fact ion with the ship and and still with thu faut thoro in dubt on Iho In days of thu of Manitou aro to bo commended fur the thoy have not to olVer tu God what be- longs to somebody olso than Somo very oua nnd aid has como from tho S. P. C. 1C. and other friends in for which all our aro deeply in tho tho burden has heun manfully borno by the Tho vory pleasant uito is the gift of Inkus it Ellis of this who sire also very liberal cash contributors to tho building everybody seems to have given to the extent of his mid I don't think I have ovor neon a more general and hearty interest taken in I lie progress of any church Thoso who not afford to contribute in cash as much as they wished to havo contrived to make uj in labor or H been to mu gratifying to in the midst of this worldly ers nnd thair private to help in pushing forward holy AH for Iho they havo boon dimply and their labors have been crowned with We havo to thank them far the chinch and and many things On Saturday lust their fingere bo seun nimbly twinkling among evergreens and shaping these lovely creations of the Almighty sweet for Uis which on day wan radiant in its as it ought to and redolent uC rance which Himself has into those pure children of tho summer At 3 p. m. was hold a service for Iho to accept Lord and tho Rev. John May The Methodist en and Mut tern in June it Is ed him England in re- gard to tho steps proper to bo taken in order to protect tho interests both of Spain and England against tho of France in A French cruiser hna been despatched to to bring to Paris mi embassy from This embassy comprises the of the military and includes Abdul the governor of tho province of and a strong French uo to Lord Randolph has written R letter to the of tho tive club Ms re- grot that he is to Ireland owing to tho political Juno 15-year-old was drowned John H. of received a letter from thanking him for Uie epitaph ho for tho gallant June 20 of the political Earl Spencer has postponed hiu from The havo resolved to plies until the redistribution of Boats in will probably op- bho making oE tho first Lordship of tho a when a vote is for tho of for that TO It in understood that Sir Stafford Northcote has accepted tho peerage ro- of any action that may bo Ink Jimo section wan hern last Tho Mayor of Manchester has sent a to the Mayor of London thanking the latter fur his efforts to secure relief fund for thu by the colliery and adding wards uf ICO aro known to bo June A fire in the quarter of a town of West destroyed over hundred tor to Wesbrook to Implement AND CITY FOR cheap and on onsy Iho ci Ly at a ration lands n for city Mouses for m. Iho K. to Alii n 1st. A. 11OS3 of lamia Hiila naur 50 iin norc on Iho moat anas by us wo re to will shown ovor tho A A. I toss 1UO Main A in nt pr lie hud given his knife to and his stick to another when he looked one peasant to and both tho Juno 10, Two sons of K. wero afternoon in drowned this June Chief Stewart leaves Monday to attend Tho Standard believes that Mr. stone ia willing to resume if tho Marquis of Salisbury In that it tho coercion act will bu and nnd tha quis of will not enter tho The Liberals aro a memorial to Mr. him not to give The declines to believe the of tho Liberal will prove a fatal and hopen that Lord not despair of hia hut trust to the patriotism of tho ate Liberals for Tho papers contain nothing tho political The Liberal papers counsel tho Liberals to hold tho Tories cry THK KANSAS il Train A. Co I am not tho dug But when saw what n state ho wna thoy ol the 14 resident o. not len 1'rcsa STOCK FOR lit you 11, P. L- Apply to 11, P. FOR ilt A 1 IS AT TWO anil AND or auto bt Apply Ut Uio peasants had and he was quite In his boots ho could not he could only make n no jumped out of thorn and tried to in- lo tho Llo but unfortunately not for tho top of hia head ro- above tho The bear and torn tho top of his head and both his ami then it hobbled but tho cold was so groat Mr. Morgan scarcely felt any the peasants and he heard is bho bear into the now wo can kill Mr. Morgan called they now it. ia quite evident Unit yuu must so leave but wo will make you a firo may dio for carrying you journey bank to that IH quite But Mr. gan offered tho peasants no largo n re- ward that at last thoy and picked up tho too and ried tham to a neighboring Then tho old woman of Uio when she saw tho 1 will make that all nnd stuck them but aho atuck thorn on tho wrong and thoy continued wrong 111 long an Mr. Morgan It ifl claimed that thoro are tennis players within a radius of ten of New York Huxley aays a primrose is floral dicotyledonous and yet sense people handle those things without having been June 111. troops have captured eighty Bulgarian Illiquid including the a and Some 15 were Several bauds elsewhere havo been object ia believed to have been to ruise a 111 SSI A. Tlie View of Hie Situation NKW Juno privato letter from a distinguished American Juno 1st, was received in this city thin to tho tho writer Tho fever here lias run ita L KANSAS Juno a train appeared ou tup of the stoop incline on tho now cablo the Union and down nt a fearful rate of The train was of two cars and a yrin and was filled with An remarkably as a contribution to Scottish appears in the May number of Uio from tho pen of Louis It in entitled Queen's and ia an attempt to ni tho of tho Marys who woro tho moat intimate ered a short Sunday School attended young of nil denominations weru This was a very the brotherly kindness and good will displayed on tins occasion is very comforting in those days of division and among tho followers of the ono and will not soon bo ten by our generously 011- and substantially helped in days of her struggling Our brother and sister Christians kavo greatly cheered our by their presence nt last at Monday's by their liberal and we wiah to put tho sarno on When thoy need a hand they will know where to look for it. Tho church was well and in tho evening literally ao much BO that sumo 110 or 40 people could not find And moot reverential congregations thoy tho Tu tho hymns and in ex- and tho in with willing both in tho and responsive Huly Com- waa celebrated by tho Bishop tho morning assisted by tho About com- The morning many from leaving their in tho Thn church grounds aro enclosed by a and on Monday Ihn of Ht. was run up to the lop of out of for tho occasion by a local amateur It stands at the church and is Poplar in were brought and planted around Iho adding much beauty to the wero pitched for accommodation of i -i Firat IN St. An writing became universal and ovary one had write frequently and ii lined for a quicker of thought than was by and writing The culty at mot by scribes carrying with a timo tho expedient was as greater convenience wan the mid some one invented tho Pencils were at made uf the motal but Iho loud was worn so ally and the marks made by pencils were no faint that graphite came into uso as a substitute for the and the cilu mado uf this called to tho No lend whatever is employed in the manufacture of lined being or which is almost puro poso is found in great ties and excellent in and of thu rll i American Only tho of thu minus is commonly fur no of mak ing as waH found lo bo sti much tn sill other kinds au to Iho others of thu must in the wny of of pencils from Uin wan the f Ihe into dense blocks to it available For the pose This by thu air in the of graphite and then subjecting thum lo hydraulic In the iu with chalk and the of the pencil thu amount of in the The wood for pencil in Hawed by machinery into thin then placed in Llm glua the upper laid on and pressed into No tion ho imido of tho pencils in tho number being too vast for A dreary looking country IH the in along tho of my route now To the of the is ft low chain to Hie uninviting plain over which ono's ni for Home green that might luipes of lean region and over all hangs op- pressive silence the uf country a country of both an- hnal and Over Hid great n out of which Mr. J. ia now in nnd has established n tory on Mrs. Plummer's The tude uf established in 1871 hy thu Coast and and to he 12'2 11> DM 7'l wohl of wich or in 8 minutes nnd A nt Unit time hy party tho This lias boon obliterated by Iho grading of tho but by of n post remaining mid from ita can be Mr. lias ono now nt As BIJOU na Die nights urn favorable will the of that The detenu uf tho of a by of very as in this as from whose is ob- of the of certain stars aro and the tinicH of the by n Tho then go to the of- nt their and I Ins limes of the by of in Iho hanc station nnd that whoso longitude ia desired in and verified by frequent of Having onco tho in tho of thu becomes a of easy Mi. alter having found tho longitude of of which ho will tho base station for tho of in The of work is to obtain the accurate locution of points In which to refer land hereafter 1.o ho made by TH AX A woman leaped from the pension Bridgo and still Tho occurrence took place an hour after nt which limo was to from Lhe bridge to tho mud on Clifton of the which about half John of Ashton nnd who wero went to hor and brought her to thu and hor into tho refreshment room at Iho Railway The man was and and able to reply lo put to and Hint hor was Sarah Ann mid told of Ciordon who ex- this and her im- to tho uho not immediately it in lu tho ful conduct of n living was requested hy Detective BOII to woman to tho although payment hu nho hia Pilot and he would put around cyp Uio mud from tho that no doubt oho wan personal attendants of According to Mury Queen of the old balliM in the of the Scottish bears thu titlo of the four woro and Mario and Mario arid being a tho ministering angels who preside over As the HUH people to come and wont down tho Mary 1 ton M. Barbo boldly was e w v train boyond on- no to tho title T On which to but in the as to jump from tho train would have bcon almost certain As tho train it gained in Al tho end of the plane at the depot it col- with another I. E. William Dave and Ernest woro ou the grip were seriously hud both legs amputated and will The road has been in operation only two Tho accident waa caused by Dave the grip becoming excited and losing control of the given that the incident on which they nro founded did not occur in con- any of the and that only two of tho surnames aru Tho four ho were Mary Mary Mary and Mary Livingston thn daughter of Mary Robert Baton and everything is The Russians that they havo carried their and are proud and They that sooner er later the Russian and Engliah must come gether in Central and that only then will a permanent be MA mil June inhabitants of populous quarters of the oily oppose tjie taken by the municipal authorities to their The resistance of the people became so passionate and that tho authorities finally felt constrained to abandon the enforcement of all regulations which had been adopted to prevent the entry of into Madrid or limit ravagen should The JUWB but with and un- nnd under the influence of higher cabled to fell baok on rose on good Or limit tin a lodgment .In the Cortes last i rose jfe on and closed Bales 90JR 92Jo; 9oJc; 04ic; No. 2 No. 3 88c; No. 2 Mo. 3 active and with 510.Wi 40; closed closed 510.4.24 10.40; and of and in 15iiC, she riod Alexander of her in his old married tho divorced of the tess Dowager of Mary was the daughter of Lovd George she personated the Queen iu the castle nt during hor royal and shared the Queen's captivity in England till about 1583, her own health having broken sho tired to the Abboy of St. sho spent the ro- of her Mary Fleming tha of third Lord Her Janot was n natural daughter of King James 1Y., and Mary Fleming and the Queen were consequently first On tho Gth of 1507, Mary ing married William Maitland of ington estates were after his death in 1573, by an Aot of at the of tho Regent but the estates were restored to his widow and children by Parliament in 1584. Mary Livingston was the of Alexander fifth Lord a cousin of Mary on the Oth of 1504, she was married to John of and she and wens sorely persecuted by tho Regent Lennox over tho hill in twos and lill the room was I cannot give a minute description of tho A judicious and speech by the rector opened tho rendered by Jacobs and Bailey and Miss Lillian all of which wore duly not to mention tho Halo Irish by Iho Mr. which caat the into convulsions Recitations wero given by Misa Gordon and Mr. Henderson in capital Tho by the creating wero made by tho 0. N. and J. with humor of an After Iho concert Uio adjourned to the which were illuminated with where a display of fireworks brought to a close as pleasant an entertainment as it was ever my lot to and that IB what everybody is saying just waa no entrance but a collection was amounting to about and young gentlemen who to treat their Indy friends to ice had nn opportunity to do so at ten cants a Considering that a little ovor a month ago the lumber for the church was not even on that nine months ago it might bo said the foundation of the parish itself had not boon it is not too much to say that tho results BO J far are bio roars ils conical head Cunt above the level at HB Somu riding is obtained at intervals this tive of but no mid thu principal to at all iu a at BO much A noticeable tins tint almost thn dry air upon n mil way section house L no ono at but is n of Wilier in which bul otherwise pood nnd There in nothing to drink out nnd tlie water in three fact from the while leaning clown to Iry and the wooden framework at tho top gives way and precipitates mo head into the Luckily tank is hirgo tu enable mo Lo turn and at the surface head and witli con- I scrambled out nf not a dry thread on mo. Wringing what 1 can frum my 1 leave a Iho lion Unit I had rescued a Indian from the him nut lu drink thu I wond my IN London Tall Mall and has not the was one of Iho grounds of Iho heart with which thn swashbucklers at thu music and the who instruct wero lo havo a Russian The campaign WUB bu by the bankruptcy of of as anxiety to thti Minister of in aa it joy lo tho of Uio A lotler from in thu that when and Ilia hud an of At and of which would and added don't the cabman in to her Men to be flout to the Clifton police station tn procure n upon which sho waH removed to the institution but not beforo nearly iin 1'nnr had infirmary sho waa in the by the to ono of tho Uur on found to bu fuv besides a shock lo Uio Thu is Unit she will possibly she muy Tho of the bridge fixit ut tho point from which sho to latter felt his duty tn caution Ins master aa In tho of the his and wilh the war should break out 1 hereby promise that J will sacrifices to it tho entire property of Iho houso of and I am certain my people ivill mil allow my example to stand writer that thero no the lioh and the wealthy monasteries wero fully prepared to make equally for their Jn 187ft, when there was the expectation of wilh England and tho Moscow and clergy alone agreed to sacrifice tho im- mense sum of A nilt 1TMDH1C. in a uf a in Now lo Wo do got Home from Oregon and Inn not and now is thai the is up while thero iliM nn It in for in and Tho nnd wins nro into and tlm in itB ro- tu 11 In molt Unit is to work frum it in- drulo and 1 supply col- with in pails tho The horo tho reporter n of tho sheet i twelve lung liy six inched nnd was liulf It had Uio uf dull and was very Yon might not think ho I would not fur Its weight in you it is oF the is llm fnr The In Iho in used in tho uf the two lino wires that are in tho globe lo conned wilh Iho lending cupper No other could bo fused iulo thu motal that would Of the de- mand for tho for allow you how much of it is when nna uf the were both using and of their they wore paying more than week for ItV No sadder says Iho London correspondent tho Now York Tele- are very and very to all The 10. is llo has worked mid deserves is and more churches bo He is proud of little church and big Who will put a lent gido of it Who will placo a boll to tell the of our pretty little city of the hour of 1 P. 0. B. In n Nnw York lace houso the girl clarks toeing of little a vigilance and soon discovered tho thief fco bo tt itself to tho oye of the stranger the of il not of Iho than that of its thousands of unfortunate women addicted to tho of intoxicating In itself tho moro habit ou tho part of of drinking gin or whisky ia bad but when tho habit iu carried to tho of it noblest and most beautiful creation into something below Fleet go slowly along Uio Strand or any ma of tho lanes and alleys crossing those two arteries at look into any of the and whisky shopa at any hour of tho day or night and thu souls You wilt find more women than men women with at tho young girls from sixteen old womon with bloated faces and evory tender lineament of their blotted from their ances by the brutalizing of A At a exhibition ot tho pal court room lust some dozen ladies received bouquets from invisible by thrusting thoir own into A alii in a cloth Ono who received a beautiful lot of geranium from spirit on much lo her that wero plucked from hor own window although when left the the locked tho doom and saw her plants all Tin his next lior husband lea witli salt tho and seasoned bin ham with sulphur from Uio mustard water from tho vinegar about getting Siia buck up At thu of the when Ins told hini have been thu work of bho Lesson Don't try your wife with spirit flowers from her own plants j if you do priva you of that of coal from 15 to 25 per if il is while Weighing the is mid greatly to diminish the value of
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