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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba NOV. 22, 1890. NO. 119 85 BEST advertisement of any sort m the DAILY FREE PRESS and the EVENING AND as other Winnipeg daily medium lew Inserted on tills page ol thirty age ol IBS and i Press and San cr 827 Main St. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT S- 319 Jemima St. i; GOOD GENERAL SERVANT apply 78 Carlton GOOD GENERAL GIRL FOR KITCHEN tt art Apply AN EX IV Apply Box 24, Free VV mother's MAID OR References STUDENT AT to requires a to Box 23, GOOD GENERAL Apply Mrs. W. W. 3Bu purporting to be in this is what it pretends to clippings from exchanges or least five per cent of the purporting to be published by any paper in consists of re- hashed and 24 to 72. hours from this paper and other and very LATEST WORLD'S NEWS is always to be found in this paper and no other in Such news is available to no other paper in AFTER OUR EXTENDING THE MESSIAH CRAZE TO THE Sitting Bull Sending His Emissaries Over the Canadian Wants to Fight In the Spring Near the Black Nov. 21.-The following patches bearing on the Indian situation have been received at the war department OTTAWA A Manitoba Favmer Would Visit Hon. Mr. O'clock Mr. Pughe of is He interviewed Hon. Mr. Carling to-day and is to make a tour of Wales with Farmer delegate Additional lands have been reserved in the Territories to give to watering placet Tbe exports for October show a decrease oi but an increase of half a million for excited and large numbers are over from Rosebud 60 miles The Ghost dance still General BISHOP KING'S INTERESTING DECISION BY ARCH- BISHOP OF The Bishop of Lincoln Receives the Haling on His four in for four chow Nov. Washington Information has been received that tlM PROPERTIES FOR rRH IMPROVED AND Also City Property for sate and Apply to Aikina over Imperial Main BRICK HOUSES ON r Very cheap and on easy Apply ll McDermott DESIRABLE P on tbe east ride of Kennedy lots having a frontage oJ 100 leek O. A. Main and SECTION OF LANT FOR SUITABLE for mixed good station con- plenty water and M Apply to W. B. corner Main St. and Portage GOOD BOY TO LOOK AFTER A ami deliver Apply to 144 Main A YOUNG GIB L TO LOOK AFTER ami do light house COMFORTABLE 7 BOOMED DE- frame witn within two blocks om post price For further rs apply to Mr. G. R. tyre 416 Main Apply FIRST-CLASS AND Apply to Mrs. F. P. T. WASTED IMMEDIATELY GENERAL references Apply to Mrs. ON EASY A WARM WELL built 7 roomed frame summer good out soft water and ivo north C. P. R. between Main street and Price worth the mon Apply to P. O. Box 293. 33 Edmonton St. TURES TO ALSO 11 to repair at moderate by 3. FEET ON St with two frame also feet on the same street with one frame properties are between Notre Dame to G. A. Main AL and McDermott GOOD COAT merchant McDermott A GENERAL rf must be good to references good Mary St. AND TRAVELLING ff Position Salary and ex- piiJ Brown Ont. ROSSER STATION 3 and S J S W I sec 24, tp 12, Near Elm K W 122, and S S W i 27, tp 8.- rge 24, tp 8, rge 6 w. to J. Imperial Coy's Main I IS A CRIPPLE JUST OUT A of the a situation of some can read and Box K Frte Press m II TED AT E YOUR FURS TO RE- ir. Old cleaned and altered fur inode All work J. u a 0 W Main St. SMART HAN FOR Vt cScE must be a shorthand Api in wn t stating salary P. 0. A A IMPROVED FARM OF 160 ACRES one from the village of 5 acis improved and in of all 20 or 25 arres of nice poplar ood dwelling frame granar and driving shed stone sine two log cattle never tailing of pure For further apply to William Real Estate 490 Main St IN RE- VV water taken out of apply at to J. Smith box 414, P. FIRST-CLASS GENERAL VV steady employment home to the right apply by A. Oak FEW GOOD MEM AT HOME OR lV Ho Write lor fc Ac iii Yonge GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE work where arc no must be and tidy none other Cai morning at 51U OR ACTIVE not than to in to establish J. I. Press W. FARM HANDS FOR WINTER a 3 boys lor 2 1 porter for hotel Employment 5 LOCAL OR TO TRAVEL of Specia extra hardy Terms libera Stone Nursery SALARY OR COM mission commence work at once libera tg information on application over 25 iu Apply Chase Brother Ont. CLERK WHO HAS HAD SOW riei hand quid .it 1 App must be confai 1'. 11. 1-.I-.3 if h i the names of 4 ENGLISH SEEKS A FOS or ami H FOR COOKS FO 515 to per hous AA AND WILD LANDS UU 33. per acre and on easy rite for descriptive catalogue and price bat witb aps Hammond ft Land 1 Main and Ventres on the Upper near old Fort have adopted the latter an quite ugly that Sitting BuU bas sent emissaries to these tribes and to 18 lodges at Sioux north ol the British inciting them to get arms and ammunition and join the other warriors near the Black Hills in the Every eBort is being made to allay and restrain the but tbe violent overt act ol any small party ol tht ate ones may cause an The latest report from the northern savs that they have abandoned the There should be no it putting other troops 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 He tbe McKinley has been a blessing in disguise to as the English people we turning more attention to Dominion Sandford notified to-day by Lord Lansdowne that the 24 hour notation has been adopted on all the railways in The mileage of railways there is Dalton will not accept the dency of the Equal Rights During the ending Oct. 1st prerogative mercy has been exercised in 165 Conduct A Compromise Nov. the of the The number of Indians Koing from agency to Pine Ridge agency is Adi iocs are reliable showing that this Messiah erase is ing to our Indians near the ami those be- tween tbe Sioux Nation and tbe Canadian ST. Press N. special correspondent ob- tains information from the Sioux agency from two absolutely reliable 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 Bitting Bull would be arrested and put 'n but the agent fears this would precipitate Agent McLaughlin has lost control of Bull and the other At Bull's camp the dance two hundred up day and All come by wire from Fort reports Yates that 1.1MUC MJ There is nothing but a military wire and is exercised on every My agents found it impossible to wire tbe facts they wanted to The Indians with Sitting Bull do not welcome even friendly whites and shake with They say all the white men will be turned into buffalo and In regard to the former report that the Indian police had the thrown down their facts are Agent WO KEAL ESTATE AND eral Issuer of Marriage Main St. Most Do Jury Nov. 2t.--In the Court of Queen's Bench this 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 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 Fort Arthur Breakwater PORT Nov. Port Arthur breakwater was completed last It is magnificent one mile m enclosing nearly a square mile of and costs half a of which the town con- and the Federal Government the and n a boon to trading to this port. Not a single accident of any kind occurred during the seven years its construction to cante regret or Three Toronto Nov. gave way beneath three Toronto bricklayers letting them twenty feat to the frozen Edward Irvine was instantly Jos. Gaynor had his arm broken in two places and Eldridge's back was severely Nov. been de- livered by the Archbishop of Canterbury against Rev. Dr. Edward of who charged with ritualistic regarding the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical court and hia obligation to obey the rubrical directions of the prayer Judgment has been suspended by the arch- bishop iu regard to the rubrical irregularities of Bishop The mixture of water with the wine used in the act of con- is held by the archbishop to constitute a violation of the law of the while tbe use of mixed chalice pre- pared beforehand did not offend the tical The charee against the bishop re- garding ablution not being supported by the evidence was The action of Bishop King in turning face te the east during Communion thus making his manual acto was decided by the archbishop to be as such must be visible to the Tbe singing of the hymn Agnus Dei during the Communion was The decision of tbe Archbishop of Canterbury which was rendered was delivered in a very imposing as was thought to befit so momentous a The Archbishop had given due notice of the readiness of the and the time and place of its Accordingly there were present in the library of Lambeth palace at the appointed time fully two thousand prominent including many clergy drawn as much by curiosity as by The decision ed to be a popular with tbe audience as its ous were greeted with loud which did not altogether con- with the sacred character of the place where they were The ruling is what might be a and while it allows the anti ritualists to con- gratulate on a substantial it also permits the Right Rev. Dr. King to continue a number of practices which lees church rectors consider The result of the long litigation therefore is that ritualism gained a victory for a ber of practices which have never been con- as having a proper footing in the Aerated of totters employed in the hu been suspended by master Wigle on purloining and will tight 10 3hed 1862. No. 705 Main St. PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE late J. Fox are to O. V. B. barber ttat a settlement ol his estate may be PER PHOTOS OF Ground fl wr gallery only studio in country life photos a Mew Co sent them to arrest refractory and instead of obeying they threw off their clothes and joined in the They to the agency without the and offered no was afraid to poniah condoned Bull is jealous of the increase in cattle on the Cannon Ball belonging to the white 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 because of the fate of the former no new ones will come The Indians who Jave followed the advice of Major and accumulated property are opposed to the The young bucks who have nothing and the older ones who are led by Sitting are causing all the Governor Milller is in Mandan this He Fort Lincoln and your pondent there was nothing between the white settlers south of the town and a massacre but the good will of the He all the precautionary measures that have been Nov. Indian bureau officials quite generally discredit tbe warlike and threatening reports that come from the Acting Commissioner of the Indian does not believe that the In oiana contemplated hostile action towards Che The promised Messiah that they are looking for to lead them in their destruction of the has not and will not but when they discover that he is not likely to be the disappointment may make They will then turn upon the medicine men who have made the and there may be difficulties that will spread the tribal He that the adopted in sending troops reservations will be to prevent any serious Gen. scary despatches received according to the Scar this meets with the comment from the matter out before the Died IB Nov. A noh fanner named who on way home horn Montreal to Sfc was killed by falling into a his wagon falling him and striking him on the STANLEY ON A letter Jameson minded by Scientific Nov. July Assad a Syrian interpreter with Stanley's rear wrote a letter to Mr. en- gineer of the Upper Congo Henry the property of tbe American Baptist Foreign Missionary describing the events transpiring in tbe Stanley expedition with special reference to the rear guard under Major and it coven much tbe same ground aa taut in re- cent affidavit published in the London This letter Mr. Camp sent to Mr. a Baptist missionary at Lewis in turn sent a copy of it to Rev. Edward F. assistant foreign director of the society in and it is now published for tbe fust Mr. Stanley was seen this When shown tbe letter he its genuine and I'm glad to hear it. But it not make the matter any stronger than it Jameson's own letter is the most damaging evidence against He was blinded by his scientific I would ly prove Farren a liar but after Jameson's how could 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 but he did not see the thing a human His science led him Hr. Jameson was a rich man and the thought came tbat maybe this man was blackmailing him for not paying his But Jameson's letter settled it. Nov. brother the Times complaining that Stanley at- tacked Jameson after visiting his home and receiving the hospitality of The writer from Jameson's diary to confirm own version of the cannibal aa against tbat of Assod He eays that Assad hated and was glad of an opportunity to He states that diaries are being pre- pared for publication as speedily aa and when show that the men who are now being reviled deserved a better He also quotes a letter from Stanley's he was approved by Stanley in February testifying to the noble energy and high of IT AN ALLIANCE FORMED BY WAY Goulds Will Join the and TArUTs be to be NEW Nov. 21.-It was stated afternoon that an alliance had been formed between represented by George C. of Peabody J. C. P. and the Standard Oil party by which all the railroads owned or controlled by them individually or will be operated together practically under Gould's This alliance includes Southern Union Missouri Northern Kansas and Texas Pacific and many other It is aloo said tbat Gould is trying to force the of Bock Island either to sell their stock around its present price or to join with other in the The Burlington and Chicago A will act with the allied whatever steps may hereafter be taken but there are that the mar in and iThe and the Soas UOR 8ALE-A E piano beon used three y uox 22, Free IN GOOD PR F good seller leaving far Enand Apply .to W. Russell Shoai wife Baker was found in. The ol the house were held pending the result of the Fiee Education and Abolition of the lish State Church and House of 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 local the formation of district and and the mending or ending of the House of Lords the immediate abolition of tba State Church of the House of Lords and tbe liquor laws WM advocated by Sir who characterized them a card with which the aristocrats generations had enslaved the English Nov. National Liberal association has adopted a resolution favoring the payment of salaries to of THEY WANT If the Irish Don't Visit You Huve an Opportunity NKW Nov. The following 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 it Is made the American public what familiar with circumstances of the Irish struggle at the present The Irish people are now lace to fica with a determined and powerful at- tempt by Balfour and a number of Tory and Unionists capitalists in England and landlord Ireland Irish organizations and evict the tenants by simultaneously Increasing the vigor of coercion and the number of So resolute and less is the combination that every moment ai cording to the large portions of Ireland are menaced with severe wholesale evictions are carried chief purpose of the mission of tbe Irish deli gatea to America is to this last assault by an appeal to tbe generosity of tbe American people lor moral and financial of and Interest already manifested in their cause has exceeded their most sanguine The very of this response increased thc be angry at the Ion may of their traffic prominent army mind what M alluded who to had IOR OF CHOICE soli and 2 Can bn seen any on at Connel F DRUG AND STATIONERY FOR In best casli town m the M or h btock pew and well Free Address FOR AND best rs this country from Parrots thai Lo 11. Sky Goldfinch and City W H. LEASE b lauds About Sr cent can be en by lars and full it 381 Main FOB BENT OK E. MAIN H. st. J. h mO COMFORTABLE 8 ROOM BRICK 1 witho liar d good to R. U. 348 Main St. FOR THE w. P. K oi kind supplied on short of and steamship tickets points .it r res. Apply to V. iv Ticket Sv M. P. 707 Main St. GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO m marly at 4M7 street or at Joseph leva St Maio LOST Oil Alexander nr skin robe Co. will be OLD B 1 fi mark horns in wilt be suit In re A F. Anyone found retaining barue i notice win be BOARD AND MAIN TO Miin and HOUSE TO LET IN KELLY'S 376 Notre DOHM St. Apply Bros. 4 389 Main st started at a banquet in San Francisco last is predicting a Indian war and asks that the command of the entire army may be turned over to wants to create a scare and pose as the saviour of the In fact he is almost in the at- of a political such as the are looking I have no doubt in the world he is honest in his HB has enlisted favor of nearly every in and has by his agreeable and Hure of hia means himself ery popular in a certain way in the He la one of mint ambitions men in the army and he is pulling his wires Nov. to the World Herald from Pine Ridge report thing quiet at the settlers in that vicinity have from their alarm and no serious trouble is now General Brooke to day ordered all the ammunition for the guns stored Fort to be sent to Pine He also sent word ta all friendly Indians to return to tbe They are coming as fast as word can reach them and all aro expected by When the and bad Indians are separated the Indian police will be ten Wounded cioe White Clay and other to stop the If they then the troops will be called Red Clund came into Pine Ridge to-day to tbe feast of to the recently returned West He denies in the dancs at cr that he it bis On the con- he claims he to induce the A A on Stove The sad death of a little iar U reported by this boy's name is Charles C. and hia mother ia a widow living with her family her Mr W. on 221-23, of The accident happened on about 3 and all known of the matter is that who aged about nine along I with his who is a year or so looking after uncle's and called into Mr. where they met another a son of the one else After a short time young Dundo and the eldest Sanders went ont after the leaving Charles ia the where a fire in tbe The returned to the house in about half an hour or and found the little fellow lying on the floor in the front of the Tbo ran to Mr. Golding and Mr. who were cutting wood m tbe bush about half a mile wad returned with On examining the body gash as if made by shot or bullet from a gun or re- was seen just and frum this bad wound bled to caused poor little How the chap wound Farnell and the Nov. Star warns the Fall Mall Gazette against persisting in its bitter opposition to the continuance of Mr. as leader of the Irish National and that the course followed by is likely to bring reprisals from Ireland which will end in an irreparable breach between the now reconciled and harmonious The Saturday expresses surprise at the tactics of the Unionist papers in g Parnell's political which course has naturally led to a reaction in Parnell's Michael in an address at Southport said that a cloud rested on the Irish cause at but with God's help and that of the Honest England the cause would still Let the Tories attempt to gain a point by an election surprise and they would soon be Karl Compton and Mr. Henry J. Liberal members of speaking night at Sheffield both expressed the opinion that it was advisable for to contract with the Union and may re- fuse to If tbe and the controlled by Morgan at Co. can be brought a meeting of tbe bankers and road of all the roads in the country will be a new association and then an immediate and material advance in railroad rates will at once be In an interview to-day Jay Gould with reference to tbe reports that he bad got control of tbe Topeka t Santa He said that this report was although he admitted that be owned a considerable portion of He said that the Missouri Pacific and Atchison roads had entered into an agreement with reference to the future business policy of the two They have agreed tbat neither one shall build any competing roads into the territory of the other without the full under- standing and sanction of the With reference to rate on transcontinental Gould expressed confidence that the ment between tbe presidents would be re- and strictly maintained within a short Under the new situation of things nearly all the roads interested favor a tion of It only remains for the ers to call the presidents together Vanderbilt people admit that Gould has jot con -ol of tbe Union One oi the parties named as said The will scon be John D. Rockefeller working with Gould has brought the change about and Russell Jay H. B. Hyde and OCT. will tike the place of four of the present The resignation of president Adams will be received and he will probably succeeded by Sidney Dillon who is now one of the The same authority states that Frederick L. Ames agreed tbe gested by Rockefeller and Be refuted to speak about the future of tbe road in regard tp the SIX BANKS not but the uncle of the boy mat there were cartridges where tl and he can think of could get to account for the 0 NICE WARM FOUR No SSS street to Flora st TO LET LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON Kennedy lately occupied by A. Col- Apply to O. A. Main and McDermott IMPERIAL BANK I comfortable and pa by hot Two suitable tot senate water service in Ihe Carruthers to No credence the cba placed in his assertions as acter of the wily old leader is too well and hie during the Sitting Bull war is too LasIS nicht the dance was by eral white whom tbe Indians did cot offer to It now thought tbe dancing will be stopped without Count Sentenced for Nov. been sentenced teen imprisonment for the keeper of a who re- fused to admit liim with a but h is possible the boy might have placed a cartridge on the the bullet from which had struck and killed The boy's father died some years ago from the effects of being lost on the prairie m a snow FOOTBALL A Junior Matrn The Meds and Gradu This yesterday afternoon the juniors of the collegiate department and standard VIII o' the Carlton school tried conclusions on the Association At the end of an hour's good play the collegiate boys had scored four and the Carltons had failed to pass the ball once between the The Carlton boys were one or two of their best players and next time they may make the col- the The match thin afternoon is to be played between tbe Alumni and the Medicals on the near tbe at After this all the matches be played on this which is fully p d with Mr. Duncan Campbell returned to tbe cily this week and will take charge of the of the All the thai have anything to do with the association will note thu uy m Nov. cablegram re- here this morning by Gen. president of the Rockbridge from announces that the first ment baa been made to the British American Trust ot of which to give a syndicate made up of inent Englishmen an interest in the capital stock of the company which controls the town of The arrangement ig similar to that made by the com- of with a some of the members of which are also interested m was atone time some doubt about tbe payment of the money on account of the panicky condition of the money in Closing Quotations in Nov. stock market was strong at the Closing as com- pured with the 12 30 p.m. quotations showed an advance of J for consols for nn advance of 7-16 for consols for an advance of 2 for Canadian an ad- vance of 4 for an advance of i for Erie seconds on no change for Illinois an advance of 3 fnr St. Paul no change for New an advance of 4 for a decline of i for Ihe Serpent's Nov. survivors of have arrived at one of the said tbat he believed the quenched the fires as of dust and ashen were thrown covering the The officers of tbe S. are from the Bade by the men during the voyage and from tbe mutilated condition of a number of of tbe now find it will be impossible lor them to visit all tbe localities from which are being from to that be are anxious to their share towards of tbe Irish national It ia therefor o suggested tbat in all such towns be These subscriptions can be gtt in motion by branches of tbe National League and other Irish societies nnd or by especially constituted for tbat The urgency and gravity of crisis in Ireland it is be allowed to tbe delegates in requesting that every energy be put form to make these commensurate wit National Subscriptions should be forwarded to and Alfred M. P at the offices of the Irish National Le i 43 Upper Dub these being the two gentlemen appointed by Parnell ae treasurers of the funds r ised m Subscriptions will be acknowledged by a receipt from the treasurers and also by publication in tbe Freeman's Journal and United and the Irish American H T. D. H. T. P. H. T. F. M. P. A Dentist Iu Nov. special from Society was in a horrible manner by the arrest of Dr. S. A. one of tbe most prominent in this On the charge of criminal preferred by Mrs. a ried lady of most excellent The charge that while performing an operation on her she was rendered partially by some drag placed in her and while in that condition he forcibly The on the other that the are un- and made for of A Act. Nov. tress of a at Wp bash her son oar boarders were ly poisoned last night by George a colored who put arsenic in a mutton stew in revenge for having been Harris wan discharged yesterday but did not leave until after the evening All of those who ate of the were taken ill. At one o'clock this morning and for a time it was that two of the victima would but the doctors now pronounce all of them ont of Harris was A. Financial In Sowton National Bank with Branches Have KANSAS Nov. 21. is reported here to-night that an extensive bank failure baa occurred involving no less than six western financial which were all practically under the one They are the Newton National Bank at with branches at El Stillwater and A abort a run was made on the Guthrie bank but the Newton bank went to its rescue and met all the claims Since that time credit of the whole group of banks bas teen more or less The failure was precipitated by the city banks withdrawing their Yesterday the Newton bank was taken possession of by the Federal and to day the Bank closed while the Whitewater concern is in the hands of the Nothing has been heard from the El Norman and Stillwater Tbe assets of the Guthrie and Whitewater bauks are believed to be equal to the the bankers hen say they expect a settlement will be dollar for Next year the Kingston Street Railway Company will run cars by Him Mackenzie and Mackenzie were in Gait last the guests of Hon. Mrs. and skin eruptions cate that th 8) stem s endeavoring to reject p that e imperatively It U the most liable all Wool medi your lor it and no Mr. little boy of K. who was to have was found last Friday night by herders who were their along the river tlw about three miles from tf use to a bunch ot willows The flesh was uli off of his neck and bands where the clothing did not protect It was a hard sight to look coroner an inquest and the the jury NEWS Dr. James of W.W. of that he has not yet decided what he will do with to the call Tue announcement that be bad accepted it was Boulanger will the winter in He will return to the of in the spring to take the agement of a which will be published in that the Serpent's boiler gallon lacked Nov. seamen and firemen on tbe packet vessels and have been sentenced to one month's for of ment and joining a Pasteur Some Nov. 21.-In response to a message of congratulation from Prof. Dr. Koch has sent the eminent a specimen of the lymph used in treating K. of Convention Nov. of Labor Convention continued yesterday's ses sien until nearly There longed first over the report of the committee on political action and then over the place of holding tbe next Three cities were restarted by the committee New Toledo and It was decided to the place by a mailed vote three days before tbe next Tbe assembly then Indicted for Nov. gation of tbe Toga steamboat disaster ban re- in the finding of twenty for against J. C. of president of the Genesee Oil which shipped the and W. R of vice-president of the com- Owing to the Judge the indictments cannot be returned till HIGHER Wheat Others In Wheat closed The market was by a brighter Then WM heavy buying for birth short and long and some by a hotue which has extensive English 192 canh Corn WM strong on very light The market closed a cent 174 Trading in was only fair prices opened but worked up with wheat and closed a cent 166 Higher prices lor bops resulted in better prices lor Pork advanced W lard to 12Jc, and ribs to t I 42Jc; Deo 42Jc j 16.56 Th Wealthy Nov. one of the wealthiest and lers in dropped disease here this Sbn Udy haw had it Hatr sw .It only an was that toe child came to his death the I Men Am Ont. heart was president of both the Andenun Distillery Denver A Confederate NBW Beverly who iu the Confederate army and suddenly in Brooklyn to day of hemorrhage ot the rebellion Col. Kennan entered the service of the dive of Nov. occurred on Lord at About men and the is likely to be a prolonged The anst be a bid t Hal I you won t Try it to A. of the received a call 'the Baptist church of He the matter THE BARINGS REVIVED Market with m Nov. 21 U officially stated that a scheme for the continuation of the ing's business bas been Tbe new concern will be a limited liability It will register and begin ely with a subscribed capital exceeding 000 Thomas who be- came chairman of tbe new will de- vote his whole fortune to sustaining the The other are Francis John Baring and Kirkman Barker 4tprs> Nov. The dean of the Barker Bros. A Co. banking bone were ed again this morning of coarse no banking All ins members of the firm were out their tangled and to be A powerful syndic ite has been formed to relieve the Pennsylvania and the of and scribed to meet the of the The of c j advanced per share this Is cored by Sold b ths Ol a at and his titter vm MM loen tea sore eu for late y mM. and tW IMP
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