We are requested by the management of the T. A. A & N. N. R'y Co. to advise all who atteuded the excursión to Fresque Isle last Sunday, that they have f ully iuvestigated with a view oL ascertaining vvny the program was not carried out. They find that the Fresque Isle people had arranged for four boats, aud were fully capable of taking care oE the large crowd in attendanee, and would have done so had it not been for the severe wind storm, 011 account of which most of their boats wentaground. Of course under such circumstances it was impossible for them to carry out auy program. Presque Isle is one of the most delightful excursión points in the west, and the management feel conüdent of being able (in decent weather) to take care oí an unusual large number oí people. TheT. A. A. & N. M. R'y will probably run several excursions to this point during the summer.