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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 28, 1885, Winnipeg, Manitoba VOL WINNIPEG- TUESDAY JULY 28 1885 RATES FOR CONDENSED ADVERTISEMENTS Aims null without 10 per No aril fur thaa month cii thin niKO To Personal Lost find Insertion each two 30 or for is period one Wo word 30 or under one word 5 cents M or 51.00 word ad- everyday 30 words 2 No for lew than NO VACANT THE OF references 7 p in to J U No Apply to D A Hopper SITUATIONS WANTED hand Rood fast food to 3 wood 4 eus GOOD RE- Understands steam 7 LEGAL MAX IV J Attorney ice FOUND GKO V etc Temporary nn M A J JJ I fc 1C V B O for usu in Manitoba i A Hay Mum at Manitoba O A F Andrews 1C 111 Solicitors etc Mhin Winnipeg Man J 11 tc AT O etc oto fourth A b A H M Old Post Main HOUGH Hober J door north JK ALLAN Attorneys a Main Struct Win J Ii 15 Munson G VV Allan Main St IT II loy K IKINS HAMILTON BAU A oto Office over Bank Winnipeg J A M Aikina W ft C K 1J McCarthy G M Mills A W 11 TL'i'l'KK tcrs etc rhu of i J 11 McArthur J J Tupper II MAIN A SMALL i- Valise containing some Indies l no owner can have tho name on applying to Knea and for tbb udf T Jobin Main Street 2a STILL AT Fail As to Cateli The Col BOARD AKTi ROOMS VEW KOR at 57 St Mary 23 i AND with a family Lrul location Address Bex 1201 mo A Hooin with partial Board suitable for two Apply M Lily St u or 529 Main St THERE IS NOW one vacant suite of rooms in this mK who wore unable before to obtain apartments can havs them by applying at onco to A a Secretary Manitoba iMaA ny O Drawer or at liis Koom No 4 top flat Manitoba Coy Two nice Brick Houses on street also to lot STORES AND OFFICES TO RENT OFFICE TO IKT ON GROUND Floor business part Main street with use or desk lotter pruss a able Tenant 311 Apply stating business to box DO YOU WANT TO KENT A STORK or in tho Daily Free 30 only 50 cents lat insertion and 25 cents additional ins MEDiCAL 11 715 MAIN St 71 Garry St have to corner of tinil Klline fits north of and opposite tinox lAto Professor of tho Principles and Victoria iale nt Toronto Kye and Kar inary of the a Artificial Kyoa tiermot Strcot T li ro till Main St Tooth k without pain by of Oxide Ban DK DENTIST York Graduate Oxide for extraction Office Drug atore Street and Night ti J WHITE to Ur S F K City Every to tho of tho natural teeth Artificial on Gold t lubber Nitrous lay ad- TO ON i or Farm of Drophy fc 6 Main Kund to loan Apply to d fc TO loan on improved property Apply to fe David ARCHiTECTS A VH S Blonk 143 Muin St to Manitoba and Avo and HOTELS NKW DOUGLAS on convenient to way table and o und Co BUSINESS CARDS AND IDT -t Water No 93 Hotel Winnipeg on i O AND in all kinds of I- William city r oui w J I all on all to la TO IN BUST PART OF Op Main St yers Apply to J ii Esq Block Muin St BK READY IN A Large hall and rooms In new portion Biink Also front floor over Gco Store Kent low Apply to Alex 110 Main The SASKATCHEWAN July Constable Partridge and scouts have just returned having gone up river on the north side about 40 miles Thoy saw tracks and the where tho Indians had been camped but unfortunately had crossed river before the scouts ar- rived Douglass and a party left early this morning up the south and will most probably catch tho Indians to-morrow McKover who was shot has gone to Maple Creek pital Ho is doing well The Olst LA July pawa Company of tho Olst Battalion ar- rived this morning and took tho M N Railway for homo Tho Portage Com- pany paraded and marched up to meet Capt Sheppard escorting him home ho having remained at Winnipeg until day The Quebec Cavalry PORT J uly Quebec Cavalry arrived from the west at thirty this morning After brushing up and giving their horses an airing they took dinner at the Brunswick Hotel and loft for the east at one o'clock going all rail via the north shore Capt MONTREAL July private tele- gram has been received hero stating that Capt Doucet who was wounded at Fish Creek has recovered sufficiently to re- turn to this city at an early date to Col July Denison Police Magistrate on taking his sent on this morning for the first time since ilia return from the Northwest met with a cordial reception behalf of tho police force and of the court extended him a warm and hearty welcome and complimented him on tho honors achieved by the Body Guards in keeping open the line of plies during tho campaign N G low on behalf of the members of the bar also extended a hearty welcome The colonel delivered an appropriate reply The court room was tastefully decorated for tho occasion was found lying dead in the car Kehno was arrested and brought hero with tho corpse It is the general belief that tho case is one of suicide An There was a mysterious explosion last in drugstore Tho front of the building was wreaked and the atock destroyed Killed by July 17 lips a railroader was killed by his head colliding with an overhead bridge MANITOBA N W T BRANDON July Tho was opened yesterday Rev Mr eron of Winnipeg assisted Three services were held each being largely The congregation start under tho favorable circumstances and out of debt K ity al Dr Bucko of London passed through on his way to to appear on behalf of the Crown in the question of about to bo brought up in tho Kiel tri I V Mr LA mo FIRST-CLASS l scs No 433 Main St bird Block lately occupied by Mr J containing and and suites o on and third storeys One the whole preferred Also tho ablo 3 and G D Wood Co Suitable for wholesale given Aup 15th Apply to G H Civic PROPERTIES WANTED HOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN part of tho city with about seven or rooms facing the cast preferred good will be fur n neat and table place August lat Address with particulars 0 1C Press office ARTICLES FOR SALE Il AN A 1 PIANO CHEAP AT Water Street AXJ turo for B Apply LI Shorey Co AND TWO and covered carriages American make or sale cheap Smith Bt Apply at tho Stables OUGAN AT A B ARO AT nearly five full sets of together with extra cuso at Si udge for yourself SHaugH CANADIAN One More Incubus on the Northwest The Central of a ill an Iu ett Act Klein THE The Climax OTTAWA July is rumored this evening that Jeremiah Travis has been appointed stipendiary magistrate for the Northwest Territories and member of tho Northwest Council July 27 Robert Watson M P will arrive home to-morrow Ho has received a cordial invitation to be present at the banquet to tho volunteers and row night The ladies will make the banquet a great success Civic Holiday Mayor Young has proclaimed the of August a Civic holiday Oddfellows Tho Oddfellows are making every pri to entertain the visiting dele gates to the Grand Lodge JAW CABLE NEWS The Anglo American Trade Again Amicable Relations Between France and China or Socialism In in a French al MOOSE JAW July General Middle tho O n n July city council STOCK and four of Makery and Con- dwelling store good brick oven Low Terms cash Lock Box W Calgary Address HOUSES TO RENT TIO in prove at tho foot of Rupert Street fronting en the SIO nor month Apply W Cold wall foot of Market Street east TO ROOMS and kitchen soft water tank in to main blinds nnd all modern con- on St For particulars to J B Esq Block Main St to-night pass 3d a of and sympathy in connection with death Hoys Two boya have drowned here Cieo Durling and Bertie Johnson the latter aged 9 1 John Goodman an Ontario County farmer jumped from tho Canadian fic Express at Burketown and was in- jured so badly that ho died shortly after- wards Central I1 risen Enquiry Tho Commissioners on Central Prison management heard evidence to-day OH the first charge of diseased salt be- hig served to the prisoners Dr Aikena prison surgeon gave evidence that ho re- ported the meat unlit for use and did not think diseased meat was served out after ho made his report In regard to convict Linder died from typhoid fever he could nwt make affidavit that the fever was caused by the food but that was his ton arrived from tho west this on a special and while wor changing engines preparatory to pro to Regina ho descended fror the car and several of our had tho honor of an by Major Richards of tho Supply Do here Not a The two young men Decker and Glua son have been found guilty of riding o false passes and sentenced to on month's hard labor at Regina been taken there Indecent A ease of indecent assault has brought by Mrs Jerry against Mr of Caron Tho case was tried before J P Alexander an Mayor Bagno T C Johnstone of Regina appeared for tho prosecution and J G Gordon of this for th defendant Mr was for trial and held under bail of one thou sand dollars to appear at Regina Capt Hudson supply officer at Clarke Crossing arrived to-day and loft on to night's train for Winnipeg Major Rick ards and Sergeant Richardson of th supply department here have everything up and left by train for Qu'Appelle Another Capture It is quietly whispered hero that a member of the Halifax battalion which was recently stationed here ha returned and carried olT one of our ent but fair maidens in earnest this From the commenced BIO TWO HANDSOME fl villas on corner of River Avenue and n trance to A W in Fort suitable tenants proprietors are pre- to make satisfactory improvements to lie property Also Uvo houses on Kennedy St opposite tho Court House to let Apply Bros Dundee INSURANCE AM NOW until ttf are Flowers for table docom in or LurK scl Action of wreaths bouquets on hand at reasonable prices T 77 Sf Weat PROPERTIES FOR SALE for mixed far minx -i miles from LT and plenty of Only A splendid Scott 7 Kaft lour IO DRY J times reel THK U ii for fit to H A Co Main HAY i ity hull nnh r p.m Scott 7 St Kast KAURIS close K on the Very Scott 7 near the not an only por 7 N ON THE on Reserve 1 huilt KI- away for s A Co rnH Main street KOH AM in the garden cf Manitoba iii I way iron ion beautiful rolling water t S Thompson LrKt 1 near thir tlin very in to unit o leave no lima O in 11 Uwn your own homo Housi Oft plan Wm H r to Main Ontario tank A lands AND M A R I N K RAK Fire taken on grain in elevators and in Arthur and Fort William and Marino on J F Kuttan Port Arthur Ont L Town and Country Property 1 or 3 years at lowest current rates Agents wanted In unrepresented liberal A Hollo way General Caldwell Winnipeg Man NOTICES NOTICE OF Hospital has boon removed to River Bank foot o Mity St and is now roady to ro- The attention of the Medical faculty and also of parties living at a distance ta especially called to tho Private which ire warm and cheerful Turme fo application to tho Matron something of that kind Three guards also deposed to tainted meat being served to for several daya in the month referred to and that there was an un usually largo number of cases of diarrhoea antl dysentery in the prison hospital at that time Before com- mencing the investigation to-day Judge Sinclair said the commissioners had ted tho prison to the prisoners an opportunity of making charges the Warden and out of some 50 made charges The STOCK FOR SALE OF Heavy Draft Horses in lino condition for apply to H Pearson dent Manitoba Cartage and Warehousing Co OR WHO MAY HOKS to consume their inferior obtain same in car loU at short ami low price from OF MONTREAL STOCK by Ss Champion Hankers nun St Winnipeg July Sterling GO Sterling New York of Montreal Federal Hunk Dominion Bank Can Pac Ju Ontario Hank quotations aro Now posted rates New Montreal rate between banks aro selling rates of Births cadi MARRIAGE Hill nn tho lint by VV Mr G W of to Mita C of A many of tho fashionable young Indies now on their way to Mount Desert aro accomplished Tho restriction of production in thu Fall River Mass cotton mills will take immediately William Gresh of Little Pa eighteen pin oft with Mamie Work fourteen and they wero in pet cent of the in the foot hills of Merced Mariposa and Stanislaus counties Cal have died of hog cholera Johan Kangman his wife and ild havo died in Baltimore from iasls and a daughter ia lying in a porous condition HAMILTON July 27 Tho Marquis of will bo the of Hon D at Dundurn for two days early in August and the is now being prepared for reception of the dis- MONTREAL July 27 who inflicted the injuries of which Constable died has been arrested II Ms the Mayor paid to tho deceased Scrgt father being the proceeds of the entrance wf ten cents to the exhibition grounds on Saturday week amongst the farmers in this vicinity a number of whom wero in town tho past day or two having repairs made to their mowers and getting things roady Al appear to be with the for good hay and plenty of it Work about the lumber yards on the bank of the river has boon very lively thia week and a large number of men are engaged unloading from tho barges that string along in front of tho yards The work of constitution is progressing steadily on the asylum sewer having been commenced at river end Ditch digging has been going on for some time and tile men on the work have got pretty well away from tho river by this time Pipe laying commenced on morning but has been carried on with great difficulty The trench is about eighteen feet deep at tho river bank and has of course been boarded on both sides But the in lodging the pipes is wator with which the There aro numerous on account of the trench ia flooded springs along the Hats by the river that send in continual streams of water upon work which consequently re- operations and renders the work extremely The slough at the railway bridge through which the sewer runs has been drained to admit of easier work there In two or three days it la expected the worst part of the pipe laying will be completed when the high ground will bo reached and smooth sailing will be in order It is intended to construct manholes at intervals probably at every street by which tho main passes its course being directly west from the river up till within a few hundred yards of tho asylum when it turns west to the buildings Tho work which is supervised by Mr Waugh of peg as Government inspect r is being pushed along as rapidly as possible by Mr Saul the contractor Prisoners OUT is reported that throe prisoners escaped from Sherid this town while passing through the Sault locks Tho sheriff left hero Thursday with six prisoners for Ontario prisons Luke News Arrivals Athabasca from Owen Sound St Magnus from Montreal with rails for Regina steamers lain and Siberia with two consorts from Cleveland with coal Campana from Col- lingwood cleared ST The Act ST THOMAS July Hughes gave judgement to-day in tho recount case declaring the Scott Act carried by thirteen and saddling all costs on the petitioners A farmer Killed Allison a farmer was killed by a passing train The body waa terribly of n Ulan July 27 of neapolis was arrested to-day on tho In- express train going east by Detective of Chicago was to grant a few minutes tion and the two entered the postal car Kohoe rushed out of the car immediately exclaiming that Kerr had attempted to shoot him Upon AFGHANISTAN Another Story Regarding to Have vert a LONDON July progress is being made in negotiations between land and Russia touching the Afghan boundary dispute The question is still undecided Neither Government seems disposed to yield its claims Tuiy yield Nord define the broad lines in settle the details on the Russia intends to ask a frontier the ghan side of which 13 topographically closed defended but will insist upon a well defined Russian side to pre- Afghan incursion The best method would bo to London am spot in order to remove a ing where the same name is given to ferent localities ST July St Gazette states that the Marquis of Salisbury on tho 22nd requested DeGiers the Russian Minister to withdraw the claims of Russia to the disputed territory east of Pass and that DeGiers refused blank SIMLA July British mission to tho Gilgit country under Col hart has arrived at Aster man tho of Afghanistan upon receiving the firman conferring upon him the grand cross of tho Star of India dered a salute of 101 guns to be fired The city of Cabal was illuminated for three nights Copies of tha firman were placarded everywhere The firman was posted throughout Afghanistan Pat has written a wild frenzied epistle to the New York Sun on the hot on the advantages of rolling in a blanket at Devil's Lake to keep out the persistent frost KRIS The Postponed July surprise has been caused by the sudden ment of the radical meeting which had been arranged by Sir Charles Dilke and at which he was to bo tho principal speaker At the last moment Sir Charles excused himself saying he was utterly prostrated in consequence of the mental strain of the past four weeks Weather A fearful wave of heat now extends over tho whole United Kingdom In London tho of the lung spell of torrid weather are appalling Every one is more or leas Children are dying by tho hundreds Scores of men aro prostrated by sunstroke each day and the roadways are often blocked by horses suddenly falling dead A new terror is added by the presence of Tho streets aro absolutely unsafe owing to the number of mad dogs running at Large and many persons who lever carried weapons before are now Buying revolvers Heat A fireman on the steamer Westphalia which arrived at Plymouth the Voyage rushed out of the engine room jumped into tho sea and was It is believed the intense heat made him insane money Market The general expectation among the batiks and discount houses that there will be an increase in the bank rate on day causes dearer money The first issue of tho extra treasury bills to the amount of will bo made on 5th being part of tho under the budget to meet the de- ficit Tho second issue of tho loan and the diminution of the surplus cash in tha Bank of England through drains to the Continent and provincial drafts under harvest accounts cause a rise in rates Col Frederick Stanley Secretary of State fortha Colonies practically ised to revive the negotiations which were abandoned by Lord Derby his sor for a commercial treaty between the United States and the British Colonies in the West Indies Col Stanley declined to make any official promise to this effect to a deputation headed by Charles nan t M P which called upon him and urged him to to cure such a treaty but in private con- versation after the formal the new colonial secretary practically committed himself to a resumption of negotiations with the Washington The deputation pointed out that America was willing to accept West India produce upon favorable terms that America and were the only markets these colonies had and that they would bo reduced to starvation unless allowed to trade with The floors Mr W E an important speech in the Commons this morning on South African matter It were One soldier was killed nr several soldiers and policemen wounded Many arrests havo been of civilians who sided with the soldier n or Socialism July Tho hao ordered an investigation into the ci of tho Socialistic riot i with a view it reported of declaring the city in a stat of Such a declaration would the town so absolutely under iron ru that the Government believes it could en suppress Socialism there It that the has decided to make an exhaustive ii into the whole subject of Sunda labor ThB Brunswick Grown LONDON July Prince Henry VII of German Vienna who has been urged as the best candidate in tho German imperial inter est for the throne of the Grand Duchy o Brunswick has had his candidacy ap proved by Emperor William The die of Duchy will therefore be instructed t to offer the Prince the Brunswick at the October assembly Tho wife t tho Prince is a cousin of tho AMERICAN Train Men Seven Colored Killed in The and Mexican United Settlement of the Indian Territory BOSTON linden Ciller BOSTON Miles July Mat Salisbury a half owner of Buffalo Wild West show was this made a chief of tho tribe o which Sitting Bull ia chief The cere monies were conducted by Sitting Bull and were id by and solemn Mr g was de- signed to prevent the Government giving way to requests of the Boer delegate that it will hia countrymen un- der British protection and leave their management to the Colonial nent The ami Medical LONDON July Houso of Lords ast evening after an animated between Earl Granville and the of Miltown in regard tu precedence n moving the second reading of the voted in favor of Earl own The Liberals aro indignant bo- tho Lords intend to shelve the forte and Tripoli The Porte is making unusual ation for tho defence of Tripoli The garrison has been increased by men eavy guns are being mounted in ho fortress and have een laid in fort ill Mr Samuel Morley presented to-day t a meeting of the members of nent who are pledged to remain in on to support the Criminal A effort will be made to secure tho of tho clauses which raise the ge limit to 10 permit of houses for girls under by their guardians in Commons In the House of Commons last ng tho vote of the army estimates com- ng up Mr Smith Secretary for War the Government's decision to rant funds for volunteer defense of the yne Mersey Clyde end Seven Rivers lr complained of the absence f defences at Irish commercial ports he Government promised to take the latter into careful consideration At request of Mr Forster the ment promised to revert to the rown duty on colonial bonds in place of 10 budget proposal of a ton uty remains en foreign ouds Salisbury is the only white man over mado a chief of this tribe He was tho name of which ia for Little White Chief FOBT A WICHITA Kans July Eagle Special from Fort Reno says has been received of a bloody affray ai the ranch of R V Alexander 30 miles southwest of Reno in tho Chickasaw nation M L Lee and son carpenters wero at work for Alexander on Saturday when Howe an enemy of the happened along and renewed an old rel Howe shot the senior Lee twice killing him then ho turned and shol dead young Lee tho son Tho er fled south for Texas Indian There is a feeling of universal tiou among the Indiana at the action oi the President in appointing a new agent poi from the army to take charge of their affairs and his ordering the removal of tho cattlemen has practically settled the discontent that heretofore existed Capt Leo the new agent is expected here to-morrow from Crisfield Gen Miles is at Supply and will go from there to points in western Kansas troops are Gen Sheridan will remain hero until the receipt of the President's officially and after giving such instructions under it as may necessary return to Washington Killed ATLANTA GA July on the Richmond Danville R R a ditch train ran over a cow throwing one car from tho track In the car were 15 negro train hands and six bars of iron The car turned on its side and iron fell upon the negroes killing seven and wounding three more The track has been cleared MEXICO A CITY oi MEXICO via July 27 There is a report hero of a disturbance at but Government does not consider the at all serious It is thought tho only ob- ject of the outbreak is to plunder the custom house in that of a few sand dollars The The business situation is gradually Im- proving The banks continue to meet all demands ranee and PARIS July Grevy re- the Chinese to-day ith military honors Tho Ambassador M Grevy that it was tile eairo of tho Emperor to bo at peace with ranee replied to Ambassador that France rejoiced over 10 restoration of friendship which was advantage to both countries The Figaro states that tho executors of Hugo propose to erect a statue of its poet at his the Pantheon a tomb worthy of tho dead In n A explosion occurred in one of tho col- erics at St to day A number miners wero imprisoned So far glib dead bodies have been recovered by An extensive conflagration occurred ere to-day which destroyed live blocks buildings The loss will probably inch five million franes en wero injured by falling walls ho Frontier The commission to delimit the frontier Tonquin and China will consist two civil officers one naval and one and the plenipotentiary he Canul M De Lesseps in his report on the anama Canal Company mentions that ie canal will bo completed in 1888 He the company from the attacks ade upon it and says they are simply renewal of the attacks made during tho of the Suez Canal The anama revolt has not affected the Two new contractors have un- to complete the work for franca The total cost of g will be francs to which iust be added interest on capital etc Fight VIENNA July Emeute be- ween soldiers and police occurred to-day i a casino in the Favoriten Quarter uring which sworda and revolvers WASHINGTON July 27 Tho Minister received a cablegram from Caracas announcing that the movement on tho eastern coast of Venezuela has-been suppressed and that quiet has been restored throughout the whole country CHICAGO The dull and unchanged Wheat ruled weaker Foreign advices were not while the weather was re- ported for tho growing erop market receded steadily aud closed IJc under Saturday Sulen July closed August cloned jc tember closed No 2 spring SOjc No 3 spring No 2 red No 3 red SOic Mess trading moderately active by an prices advanced but settled back unsettled lOc early and closed steady Gash September closed fairly active advanced jell buck again and closed easy Cash August closed September October G Boxed meata steady closed A Tho Countess formerly Miss Carroll of Washington whose husband was Gen Griffin U.S A when she came to Washington last winter to visit her mother after an in Europe of about 14 years says a ington correspondent took with her a most remarkable dog which the Empress of Austria presented to her The Em- press baa tiou of rare through Count brother's widow very large dogs arid hearing that his had twenty valu able ones she said selecting a very fine specimen from Japan or lee this be the and sant it to tho American lady ThU dog has many tricks but hia groat ia his ability to understand five different languages and ho obeys promptly any directions given him whether spoken in German Hungarian French English or Japanese Ho often was present when hia mistress and her mother received calls last winter and his linguistic acquirements were of great vice when foreigners called aa many of them regularly did Montague tho very handsome pug at the Beach House Soa Girt which all the visitors there formerly belonged to Mr of Boston and GENERAL GRANT Tlew Progress of far the Some of tlic MOUNT K July Whilo iu with a reporter Dr Douglass read aloud the remarkable document WM by Gen Douglass on Thursday July I ask you not to show uny one unless to the doctors you consult with until the end Particularly I want it kept from my family If known to one man tho papers will get it and they tho family will got it H would only distress them almost beyond endurance to know it and by would distress I liave not changed my mind 1 you before in tho samp strain Now however 1 know that I gain strength somo days but when I do go back it ia beyond where 1 to improve I think Ihn chances aro very in favor of your being able to keop mo alive until the change of weather towards winter Of course there aro contingencies that might arise at any time that might carry me off very suddenly Tho most ble oC these is choking Under tho it not tho living I am very thankful to have bean spared his long because it liao enabled mo to complete tho iu which 1 ake so much interest 1 cannot stir up strength to review it and make additions and subtractions that would suggest themselves to mo and aro not ikely to suggest themselves to anyone else the above circumstances 1 be happieSt tho most pain I could avoid If them is to be an extraordinary such as somo there s to be it will develop itself 1 would say therefore to you and your colleagues Make t jboy hii me comfortable as you can If within God's that prov go I am call without to a murmur should prefer going now to enduring my present suffering for a single day without hope of recovery As 1 have 1 am thankful for the ial extension of my time to mo to my work 1 am further a much greater degree i it lias enabled me to BCJ lor myself he happy harmony which B suddenly up between those engaged but a ow short years ago in deadly conflict It las boon an inestimable blotting to me to lear the kind expressions toward me in from all parts of our country from of all nationalities of all religions nd af no religion of confederates and of troops alike of soldiers of mechanical rcligi- Us and other societies embracing almost very citizen in the land They have joy to my heart if they have not a cure To you and your col- eagues 1 acknowledge my indebtedness or having brought me through tho ey of the of death to enable me 0 these things Signed U S GHANT lount McGregor July 2nd 1885 The letter of President Cleveland to frs Grant and of which Gen rum vas tho bearer is luiro Executive Mansion ton luly y Dear lie dictates of my and 1 with 1 am sure iu the of his fellow en toward your late husband I am that every tribute of respect aad should be duly rendered and consideration of mal wishes on the subject Gen G Drum is charged with the de- very of this note and will receive and to mo any intimation of the wishes yourself and your children in respect the selection of tho place of burial the of tho funeral ceremonies and 10 part which maybe borne by with tho administration of tho With sincere condolence our friend and servant Mrs U S Grant Mount McGregor The reports which have been sent out regard to the condition of Mrs Grant re unduly alarming She expects to tho remains to Albany and no ason ia known to the family why she lould not do so The funeral services hero will not be a private character The body ill bo placed on tho front porch of the near the General used to t A few of tho personal will bo invited to the porch and 10 house but there will be standing iom in front for as many as will be there r will deliver a discourse in to the Methodist ritual An rt is making for a m Saratoga and delegation came to-night to try and ar- ingo for it but there is little chance lat it will avail Tho pall far upon are President ho will attend with his cabinet rals Sherman and Sheridan Gen lerman is expected to-morrow und in regard tx gavo Ilia circular but us to it was correct Ho said commerce between o the States by Uko and liy rail Canada been by an act of which such to be ried on aa nt ami aa it had for fifteen past Secretly Maiming to until rescinds former action Ho anticipated no complications on account of tho new circular which he believes only does unay with a red tape no far as American vessels ire concerned Tho substantially ex- pressed by others Tho dling of tho of the treasury with regulations which have long in and which have is severely commented on here MUCH ADO A London Involving a by the The u -A LONDON July Radical member tho House of Commons und of tho lato Cabinet in hy a prevalent current widower took to liia According to his who in a weeks another a wife of London a when to tho horror of the lady sho another in the tlie lady so much thut bitterly upbraided tho and was it tumble econo Sho finally left tho in augor and tho lier husband The becoming public the the Kid of a noble and of a most both of the laic to suppress tho report Both the consented try and they have employed punt fortnight in of to a The of the accused uro willing to pay any cum n prevent an Doth I IV of Parliament of facts and tho is tho wile topic of conversation in all tho West Tho Tories aro and tiia Ministers have high hopon of ruining by an ilm fatuous and diplomat who is inculpated Tho are straining every an exposure so as to destroy Ihn chance of Radical at ho gone ml election They are urging tho husband not to re- cede and promising him legal aid and social protection Tho on- grossed the attention of ull in the of the House last night H IB alleged that on thia account man from a great political minting last night which he hud intended o address Tin SOUDAN A Now Taking the en Horace Porter arrived to-night question of physicians fees has come every now and then Of the four ho have boon connected with tho case r Douglas case is the hardest lie as tho family physician and from the ery his practice was inter- red with That must have been worth om to a year and six io was so engrossed with Grant's ie lie had to neglect it Uy March ho ad no time in which take re of it and ho has now to begin anew He was not only Grant's but a warm and devoted end The physicians have so far re- most of which was made Mack ay TRADE on tary In meddling Tho circular of tho Department on tho St referring to the circular Ko 102 of July 2nd and revoking ch portions of that manifesto an ro- Article 844 if the Customs tions of 1884 and amending such e in such manner as to the therein referred to n vessels created but little interest as here havo ceased to concern Ives about tho freaks of Secretary ng in his attempts to com- erce in tho interest of American boats id railways On its face tho circular ems to restrict tho carrying of freight r transhipment through and ee re-entry into the United State to merican vessels but such is nut the m- given it at tho ouse Collector Smith is of the opinion at it refers simply to tho tho papers necessarily made ut to accompany such shipments and in the case of American articles delivered by them Canadian ports for by il can go through on- ear lot was tho case 120 while the Canadian vowels ill bo obliged to make at their cargo of flour lae is of American manufacture and will i obliged to identify the same at its jint of re-entry in tho United States for Beatrice She had of tin T tlw of tho pnarli ami no and other Canadian when not have to spend much money the a r to Krnt July Abdullah hue tho leadership of of tho lale Mahdi LOMKIN July lUbort Foreign an- in thu of thin afternoon that the had news the at hail Kl army H number of the enemy und capturing nearly nil their cattle Air that tlie win ar- to relieve th garrison This with Tho the result of the to for Ihu relief of un con- dition of a subsidy of and donation of arms has tions Italy fur an on early in autumn lUly the overtures but co-operation in the expedition taken Major a that El Mahdi full ill nn and died on Jone 22 Hint lion a of public over the death Wo turn next to the answer tha whiU is Uin of tha de- on tho part of In nature 04 by in vury enl from that older of men just UH the nature in not nature existed in the of The new of man and morals again approaches iu many re- spects that which was implied in tha ethics nl antiquity Man no longer outside of but in it aS line of ito ia to the same uf life as tho animals in him like all round him is a product of regular Kven his moral ii not which bus boom out of his own nature molding to the condition tit hid To who will an of humanity for humanity on and will give tho con- struction of tins saying of tho man in not made fur hut tho Sub bulh for nmn Wo cannol that thin view any tendencies mid arc not a few men who avow lief that tio variance between and religion With thin view of liio man in Nature the ethicist easily the doctrine thai Die name Utility rulm in the new human will iw in all tho oilier of Nature in the ter of tho appearance of new tho development theory void in tho chain for iio man I rings into I lie world aro in of it nulhinj else tlian a of of recognition of the tit tut well an of if not to the children to tho children's children n in individual is not of definition can not but heighten the ing fif urn thereby made awaro that of god an nn of bad conduct extend further we had Popular Monthly for J illy The known us lias ed of und in Louisiana Judge John W of tho supremo court of Ohio died at day aged fifty A tall from was drowned In the Court at La Simini win Jill man in n linen the Brooklyn bridge and ed receiver of tho Narrow Gauge Tho Queen did not buy any
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