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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - August 29, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                MANITOBA FREE PRESS, ovrrv lawful dny at o'ulouh a.m.. Ml MIC Hteam OflU-L-, V.'0'NH'EG. MAISITOUA, HY Press and Standard I'.ltlTlOX ppubllhtictl Krltiii.vf.nl tho SU'tun J'rtnH SU1JSCIU1T10N. PKH ANNUM. )'IUMH Is hirj-er thun nil ol all ullier In the Provlm-o com blned. I, VIII. WTlSnsrrPEG. ]MOlSrDA.Y. A.UaUST 1881. 3STo. rrofcwlonlil Cards ot six llni'S ami uiiilur, mul wlluoutdHi.luy) S2 per monili. ;of losn puuHsheil undtr any SPKCI A I Wlif.-u lilMTted tlioy must A T CAPITALISTS IMPORTANT AuctionSale Ul-' Business Sites I IN THU VERY HEART OF THE, CITY, IlfliiK Inimftlhitelv Die lucniious r sciino el' It io larwst of riitCCll ItllllfHlllf 11 till! NtBmol uutl the Hull. LniicoBrlcU IkwlIliiirKlmiNtt, oft lie finest In built by tliu Into Com i si i. of ul1 Hit- Me-IlH MiiMiiin nnd Kvury hit luisti guod wick- liuu> rutir, Iliol-uironiu'lr ni'ojMjrty'wVMioi'il. let or iiln-tinunje from tho huliier of tlm nlhoi1 portionH ni'llilH .tot- 30. BABE CHANCE TO SECURE TalualilGGityProBerty, DNRESEEVED AUCTION SALE OF LOTS, On Main, McTavish and Fon-seca Streets. In llosv to Ihvdl'.K. Station The iimlprslgniMl, by ord'fir of the proprietor wl 1 sell hy iiiielUm. on thu groutliJ, on Tlio Following Eiphtndldiy Located J'ropurly i! Loin, 1-K'lim Kub-ili vision of Lot 7 in Block Ijiaviiitf iVoHtiiKes of :ja on flltiln sl.reut jy HI5, McTavlMliBtnjut. dli-Lctly In rear of tlio iihnvL-. SlztJlifl x IW ftjul. jol. 10, Hiib-dlAlKlnnn 01' IjOtK snitl 7; J Point DuiiKltiHAvenuu, UIIHL und to Llic P. 11. tiUUlon plutrorm. Blxe 111 hy Jdl'itcL 1) Luis, being Hiih-divlnlon of hlotik K, Fun-wiiii HtitiUt. BiKU HI! t'uut hy All thinibovo loin luivi; limits in Uie rear, iro In ono ol'Uio in fist, dusl ruble JrxinllUt'S In tho uity, bulni; dnKO l.o thu mil way truck, find uHiiecliilty suited Cor warehouxfcs liiidmimti-fuelorltih. AsthlM wilo in pOKltlvuly vltliout n ('luinijo triseuin'c Koodcli.y propurty 1 H now plncud within tho reach of nil. j ____ >i S ON THE the i[ C. P. U. Platl'oi'iii, 01 a o'clock p. 111. DUFOUK CO., I AUCTTOS EF.11H The Ciiiiiwllan Piiclilc Iliillwiiy Compnny HhuM on or bel'oru Urn lircldiiy ol' Noveiubt-r onu thousand hundred and MilJd, construct and cOmplote, within the C l.yofWlniilpcjf, on lots n-nd ilvo In jlockom1 ultjvon innJ l.wclvi; on side of Austin (HliviM, und ibi'ly-CuuTiUHl forly-Wc ortt'io woatKldu ofMnplu Ktrciit. cast uf moil property, an liiUl ilowu on UitT limp or It inorsiiicl uity, ruglHUiri-'d in tliu rcgiKlry oDliMi In and for thu eounl.yof Sulltlrlc (which tu be to tlie HI Id Company on orJnunoJIutely ni'lue thu nUHlc-iition KilK by-law iis uforuMild, hy i he Mayor nnd Council of Uie City orwinnlpititlor tlui.t jnirpow lengur mil wily dujoot, with nil il'ic uKKlurn Improvcinumut'or the ikwoniniuUiitlun mui t'onvenlDnco of thu publh: lurtfu mul the Liuslnoss oft he Kiiiii Company. Tlie suld Canada Puciltti Huliwiiy Coin-puny shall intmeUlalcly nflur thu 1-alliluiLt.lon o'tlilH hy-linv nlorcNUid, mul Uollvc'r Cuundl of ihti City 01' Winnipeg a bond and covenant iindur Una lliu Company ntmll with nil uonvu nit! lit and raidonnblo dc-'j-piiU'-h uKliililliib find build within Uie IhulJt or tht! City of 'WinnipCK, llMJlr itrlnclpil tor inulu llnu oi'llniCanadf in PiuilllcIUillwiiy within ol'iiln ii-Loljd, and Ihc brauchuK thtreof raillaLiiin from within Uiu llniiU nf tliK (said Province, and lorevur c'ontliiLiu HILI Kiiniu wlf-liln tlx> mtd City ol'Wlnnliiug. (-1) And by tuicli bond and covcniuit tho mild Cuinpiuiy bind tlnsniBelvuH as honn is they con cuu to within the CHjronVlnnliMiff Large nnd con -nodiouti sloukor cattlu yar.ln, KijitubJe uiul ipproiJi'IiUe forthc (jentral ImHlneitH of tlit-lr Main line oFmfhvuy .liuruof. TO ll'the said Compnny siiall insitcu dulhtil n any nl'thu conditions herein tniinliloiiud to K1 hy tlittni Morlbnimd, thu L mis tut: tihiill tiurL'tiijon mid In nny Hiich misc nil tin! Haiti bonds willi tbo uoupmiK nltnchr-tl, lot paid, and nil th.) muiiles In hit Inindb l.y vlrtuu of llni trniit hereby ci-uituid to thu Mayor and Gun null of the City of (lij Tho Mayor nnd Cuimuil of Uiu Oltj m Winnipeg are hisreb.v iintlmrlKCt'J and ITU -Miwarud upon (lit! Coin puny making. fXCL-iitliis, und dtillVHi'lng, to tlie Mayor and Jumu'll ol thu City orWlunipftgiJiu bond ami covununt In Ihu Ihiril Hiib-jJucUon of ihu fourth Kuctlon of ihtifiii pi-usentK to nuke, Buii.liniddullvortol.hu- said Company duou upon whlith the ation In LHusocDiiu sub-secLlon o.f the fourth ctlon ol'thcKe jjreBcnis mentlnned IB to be (7) yiionldany dKrcrenccsoi- dl.-nnlcsarisc etivucn tiieMavoriind Coniif.l! 01 the  (.'iKtilijj fi Jlrown a( 101 und u (o llic Cciitnil Vmk, in- iK-couut. of ihu niilroad The T. II. Co. laid diiwn at ItrorU-viJIc JOO.Dcn Tin' llrockvillc j nd OiUiWH braii'-h it; to be re lit id M'illi thi.-m. 'J'he bimniess of ihiu-oinpany on Uie eiisl.-in i ivjuiiHi IIIIK incivtih.it 70 IHT cent. dmiiiK Hivcr on llic itl-riva] of thu valuer t-nvinK CMllIiigwnnd on llui IJnl ol' to shim- contrtietors ovci- thi> nmte of tin- fiO inili'K of Kiiiiit SI. Mmie bniiH-b of iliuCJ'.U.. fur which tcnrfcmnru Alvx. will KjK-iid to-day NpeuimciiKttf manrtnotli bles fop MiimejipuliK and Jtot-hcHtcr, Jlinn., A upcdrd car willniTivti I'mm SI. J'atil UHIKIIIOW in whii-h tin- whnlu uol-CI.-HIIIIK nf vxltibilK will be Mnith nm AfiMstmit TmJiic Mumipcr lliirdfi-, htive hviswl tivu oftln; hoiiMiK ht Mr. SwinfontV: new on J-'irttt Si mot. Mr. Hunt'T, hilts been Dr. house, ivill move Jlr, Jlnni McMitken'-; pcndinj-- Ihe completion i.f ihe terrace. Kiiim Jinn Koi vigorously fo work a', t is end af liiri Moiintiun hmtidi couljmrt. Mr. Kyiia, wlioh.asa Ktih-cotilmd, is from the nciin line towards tint river, and [mother fiiuiv; is working: from thu river thin wnv, .4 Jiang in rlcftiinj; 1 1 wowl 'Jie fide tho rm-r and padiitft cimo on with. Uiere in a few Jilnyor Collins, 6f J'oiuige la 1'mii-io, ib in the ciiy, and In- joinvd thfu evem'nK l.y W. P. tin! rortofteO'unnlyCwiiiuil. They will meet a from the Knier-wm and Nnrihwcifterit railwuy direetorn here thiK evening.' It is uiulertitooit they will nut. make any definite ofl'er, but desire to know whether the E. X. W. puople win tho un their route. The Mon-is JJvmld Mr. lliiWnii, re. Hie U. K. Gonipany, ituj pur-c UK: riyht of wuy for Die Suutli-Western briim-h, wrn> hi town last Kridny and Sntunfny. Iwirnuin wiUi manv at per acre for unculliviiled Jinid, but homo will not disjWMf of their projwriy lor lews tbnii per acrit, imlebu com uul led liv urbit ration. Sir Cache Cununl, Mv. Mrs. Franklin, mil Mr, (Jeo. Allen, of New1 Voi'k, who iave been having a. fuw days of KplundM nt Jjidiu, hfid Uicir hpi-cinl curs fitUiched to the C. P. )t. train fiviin ihe WCKI Friday, npc.nl nlcltl- m-re, went on U> liAt Buturday. They me here und will prolmlily euve lu-morrow by way of J'aul for K. .Jit.y Htiynw of who recently mule a tour ot the ofthe Woodii, Winnipeg aiid.tlio jimlrie on the Him of Uiu Canatmm J'ncilic Jtnilway with, a KUirro-Keupii: ciniiera, IUIH publJKhcd n very riet, of viewti of thut distant luui piclmesgue They will he fonn.i, nn mlmirnbk1 gtiMi1 book' fur ihouc who visit tlui XorthwiiKl for ]itwwniv or J1CKK. C. S. linker Jinn IKVO appointed coiwlrm.'f-init; engineer, in the jiJat-e of V. A, JC. Shaw, who li-'cn UK chief of the Jorn-: on parlv from On; Vnrl Mr. ItakerV wrtlnn fora (iistame thirty from a point about tMcmy-tivc miles w.-til of Work ih beinj; pntihed rapidly forward, there being a of men on his purKon of Dio linn, In (xmni'ction with f lie I'tatemcnt llitit. tin; C. P. ll.Uo. will fix ilitt TJ.nndei- Jtay ter-miniiK of the Padllc Ilaihvay nt ncltlK-r I'rince Arthur's Landing nor Tort WilJiain, ml fit OuricDt 3Juy, rsoinu ditUance the fonner place, and njj the buy, fl. IK wiid the water IK deeper there tlmn at tho Landing, mid the will ulno be (in-fjruved hy the niorc complcfy intervention of (heCiipc, It. WIIK nnnoivd on thu hlrcc'tw, tintiirday, thu! coi'r'jffpondencc! tind between lint Provincial Ooiivnj-ni'-ntH in lo the railway of the biht Hefiiifon Manitolm and it. ju-obable tliu (u-l would hi; diMiHowed. I'renii'M-un lKe tlut liicrc iw no raw-mi for ilniikiiiK thiit- the veto (wnv.jr Governor-Geiieml will be jnvoUvd. A Moiilrret-l romisjKinden! fitw Ijeeii iii-formc'l, on Koudmilhoiity, tlmt the 4iicjit North-Wt'BlwnTelegittpli Company in 'iielive (ol1 coiiKideiTibtr. cx-U'tttionn ivi si and west tlie north Hhurrof iltutil. Jxiwrcucc up towtirds Jjikt! St. John, a.'u! on loivnnlrt Lukti nml the Sin ill. Sfe. iant with 'n of rww-'hinif tliu Xonh-ww.t, mid fonuiriK rronnitclion with ihe liiivs of llu: company rctidy Kin i-iwi hi-tv, by 'of n ciibk (hroiifili HitjierMm mid tlie rebuiJiIiiig tlio fines in dilti'ivnt pnilK of the c-tiuiitry AJW about be coin-iiR'iu'ed, iK'ct'nijilatiin! a large uiltlay in order The (JJolwiVnyn Thclfymliuiiti! are alujul to romniciice M-orli of cyiiKli'tyjtiiiK part uf the timill lino wliirh Uiey" have They hiivcnli-tiwdy in-dia'ik-d Iheir ii.leiilioi to run their bi-nnch fixnn the valley of tlm Sturgeon Jtiver to the (Juonjini) tin; lalter by way oi" jhr vnUcy of the KpunUh Itiver. 1'hc i-oiili-.tw.-l they me now iibonl. IK for fttsly liin GctirgiAti ]iny from Hivcr io Slilb'. Thiri will s'ivit them on the Uc'ngiiin liny und cuable thorn to forth'; inUe traffic, white It will also bring thi-m ft itni'jh ncai'cr Btc. MaiJe. An tJi.: lo bu jy (bin line IK oiw veil adspU'd for fcdi-v iiiwiit nidi liro'liir'mjt bttfVA rjiimilitics of piiu-t.imbiT, of thin line in Mibicd a local jxiint of view. TENDER TILL XOt-iS" OX Monday, Aug. ofthe (inust curringiiB ever driven in Cm odiL hns been iiddLtl Mr. li. (.1, Mc-Uickun'tj livery Block. It a and STIIKIIT IK to be .favored with o. Tills will be placed ou the- wi-ut of JicntreeU from li. Oc'ii'ie's new lujlel to thu vie nify ofthe niilway lnu-k. The wnlk IK, o I esiire, one, -it up from the west side of Main .Strcel, nt it will bu appreciated by ihc i-fKidcnttt IH very much builtr limn M E 0 1 C A U WHB ninde yt.'Kturday ARE INVITED FOR LOTS 53 B4z, PAEISH OP SAINT JAMES. This valuable property about 111) u'ivs, mid nxU'iiils I'l'iiiu iDairie Htrccjt wt'st to iPctrmgi! avenue. It Is thu limits, und free from taxation. H Is Mtfht chains In width, and ml ml nibly adapted for MibdlviMlon Intololw. The property In UilM lu-lchbonrliood hns been changing hands rn jldly.iuul InrtEC prollts are bi-ln- made hy t! e present holdt-rs of Iho sithdlvlded It IH Mile lo predict MuiL at no very dlstiint dny u large and jiopulous town will Vie established in this vicinity, iis two ra Iwny cross neiu1 to this point. Tenders will bu received up Lo noon on JKXMJAY, August, next for tho whole of Lots 6-'t and 51, St-fai -ies, at so much per IICI-L-. tenders must be nmi-la-d lor A r-l, .HI. and lo Wlunlprni The highest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Full to be had from JOHN B, 253 MAIN TYfT "iViuTKi-'Oui'i (into J1.1X, FOUJi .Mil Minn i ilic proposed camp jin.'L'tiiifr, whidi to .'oiniuence IL wwk from nvxt, 'J'liurwluy near he Meiiduw BljitiMD, when liev. Ur. Hici; will t.hc iiiiiuiiural acrmon. hufng imidit tltroufihuiit.tlio Pror-ntcrciit and proiit, Jl is i-spccti-d Oiat .ive laj'incn of the 1'mvinctt will In.- in Chance Ft ii; nit Investment IX MUST VALUABLE CityProjperty MuIiiH of .lie Pritchard Estate, hying iwtn-t-cu ilfKunak1 street and the wi.'Mtcrn limit; anil between UK- Point Cuiiimon property nnd iTiU'Uiiril street, Tliis propurly is now fur salt' by tender, mid emu of tin: ino.si v iltuibk' yet cllert'd, IjL-lug Ithln illxtiinw of tlic. rnllw-jiy dejioLs, id in lliL- vk-inlly cit'tlic locnllo'-jioftlie C.P.R. it.iiij was madu yeslenhiy by llic ciiy )u ice on hept by diyn-pijtable ciiar-ivters im ;bu iji-iirii.) near ibe city, nnd two woirieu and u man were sirt'csled "'for 1 -link itnd diworderlv. A-vyiuij: man wns rrcstctl for -iriiiKofV'a rnvo'lvt-r whbm the j iiii-ili t in! Si-vei'iil iiK'briiit-jK wn-r- in nn SaliirJay. Two jirinunern an; Herving ouL llu! of heiiJeui'tJK, wliile three tire waiting to be brought tip p.m. THE city hull W-RK again well lillwl on ?aUli'day night the ocu of fj (iineen's l i" K lllll Illstl-UClOll tu M'll llj'Oll lIlOLil-UUIHl, Dill Friday, Sept. 2, At U ti'ctoclt ii. iu., Die nhovo viilnuble iji'ojusr-y. HH position ant! (IcMnihMlty, t-lllier for n mil. "jiniioi'lju uvc'f-etiLlniuLud, uiul oITur to uoniilni; fur a gooLisulUt return for the; out In? Mint liuvt; upon the open nuirkct surnu time. RGDiBfflliBP tie Sale is Dp tto Broaai, On Frliliiy ni-S o'cloulc. Plans on view at Llic tilllenof thu tlio CHiucii'H Koal Kstulu Kxcliiiuge Sulu Room. persiinsiUjsiniiis of viewing tin; [.'round cnu dn no, us Hie lom tiru nil .shiked and nurnhor-ud, mid will UeiiiiUt thu pfisilloiiH. Ouc-Uiird ciish tuilivrmu In I and ywirs at S pt.-r cunt, Tltlo porl'C'd, JOSEPH Afternoon hyiifioij. 'J lie play jiiit nn thy was "Little nnri to noru thiin thai- H WIIK wull playiril would lie leedicKH, after the record the company have inndu for fljcnn't.'lvi'H liurinjr their short n Winnipeir. The for tliU and hu at once dJK-jandeil. TiLiriB Putnam and "Jb1. TjiiwrencL', ..he inanngcr, prnrccct to' Vork, wl ere tln-y will orjianixi: n new .-ompiiny wiili whiijh Ihey.wil'l return l-u Ihis cily in ctobur, ami will and a week lillinir' ihiw t igiigviiient will proi.Tci.1 to San Kran-ciseo, thence to Aaslnilia. MIHH Putniim licrtidf dulighled ivjth Winnipeg, nnd niiys she will rcvihil, after her trip noon. M. J LlwnOiilo Selkirk i.em-u-.wij'iK' rust OllU-e- the Spot! AUOTIONSALE SpleiifESol Brick Resitae anil Large I'joL, 1112 by fool., on Colony Hired, clrjso to L'oi'liign iivfiHio. Also, twelve Jots adjacent to tho hnuHu, each by Two IDLK corner Colony und Nellie, 132x180 L'anr lot.s on iidjoinlnj; slroct, ucnr Pni'tHgc iivtiiiuc. KourlolH frontlnp on .Portugi? avoiuic, uor-ner of Laim.sldti tjtroot. FuvomU with histruutlons I ivlll Hell, on the Da Monday next, at 3 o'clock p. m J'hu above vuiuable projiorty without reserve. riiu house is a splendid solid brtr.k nisldenwj, vury rcKuny and well Lyuod re n till, ttnu stone cellar, cxeelleiit wul) of Ica-colU sprlny witter, und has every con-nitsncc lor a flrst-eliiBB family, me lots tiro alKo In the vury (JUKI locution i id will always uomiiuuul a ready sale. Me Perfect, Terms Liberal. ON THE SPOT! Text Monday, Aug. 29th, The lotH IU-D all Hlaked, llnffd (uul sign boiu-ds 111 dcnute tbu plnce. JOSEPH WOLF, Auctioneer. nag D E II T A L jgpsEgsj, T .HKSSON, TD A.HA.RVIK, IE. ii IIT DG TILI i'. itotJtilN uf It. 11. I.antl J A. C. Jl BrydgCH. Land comnuKKlonur uf .he Htidijon'ii llay Company, was dilied in by a. Froe I'rcsn rcpnfheutative on Sittm-day .n 1 afikt-d UK to his trip to the west. On I'eHpome to a to give KOIIIL' i-CK letting it Mr. HrviJfrcH 1. E C A L RESIDENCE LOTS, SOUTH SIDE OF THE Very Close to the N-ew Bridge, BY AUCTION, UEEN'S BTA1 ESTATE EICHANK, Monday Aug. BNNKJ5V SCTILUR'LASD, Burrlntiirs. 0 nnd 10 Blraa 4 1'enrson'a Illoch Main iucyt. T. 3. KiMiniMly. A. M-Hnlticrlnnd. octlu luftAVInnipegon Ihu tiiJj .uf Augiibt, and went by way   and thence Mitilhwcstcrly to' JluunlJiin City, passing t iruugh tin: wcKlcni portion of tlie nit-u tlicncc to L'alf Mouiitiiin nud across the Pcmbinn Jliver through Crystal City and Clearwatcr to the Tunic Jl.uun-tain district, gulling tif far vest an the end nf range at Whitewater" Lake. Prom 1 returned nonlierly to Millfurd, where tic Souris wtuj crossed, mul thuncu to JJmn-dou. from there westcii'iily ou th.u-wout i bank of the Hi'vei' to Fort El-lice, passing round Uiu Pig Bund of the river. Aftenvnrds 1 'went on to and returned over the aiunu route lo JJrand-on tind, ci-ossing tiiu Asyiniboinu i.here, drove lo the Porliigu, coining from URTC ly ruin and reaching Winnipeg on the evening offhe 24th met, "The country from Moms Vo Mountain City is nettling up very ins I, and a. considerable amount of the land through whk-h 1 passed .wiui under heavy crop, present ing n line appearance. "From .Mountain City (hrotigli tLu Fein-hiiui MoiinlitinH, tlie connlry in Hcttleti witli excellent cropn of couwd-erable extent. After piisiiing tiic I'unibina liver, from there 1o Clwirwalcr, twenty mil'js, Uiu country is a Bm-resKJon of (iHccndiiiK ridges from llnye to live niilcu apart. Farm houses arc along the of these ridges. J. msvcr cftuiiltid less thiin twenty t'ann hontiuts in night )1 JtnU" in tine cane ,a.s njany UN thii-ty-fivc. A great of tlio land is under cuUjvatinii und a rnmiider-able (jutintity is being briiken up. Fanners with whom 1 coijvurricd fold JIK- (Jiey had ant broken as nincb lain] as they could have done, owing lo their not seeing how tln-y to get. thu crops inmy after tliey grew them. If liii; prospect of a niilwity IK iiHriiircd, theru will be a very large jnca-asu-of crop imniediaUil.v. "From Ciearwatcr IICJ-OCB Badger Criick io Liiriviere'H, when! the head waters of the Pcinbina River are crosued, (.hero not so large a RutUtmicnt at pivt-cnt, iilthongli 3. wtiK informed that there vain more norlh of the (mil than is to bu from the road along which I travel As a gincra] thing, found that the comitry from Ihc boundary for a uoiifiMeiaHe ilii--fiince norlh is nil nonicstcm.k'd vr, at all events, to ti very great extent: and thai, then; 'is but comparatively lilUe hind in that section of country still 1o obliuited from the Government, "After emitting the liwid the Pembina Hivijr, L t-anic into what is mil thu Tiirtlu Komititin country, which is H miigniliccntstrL'tcli ol' line land, nnd IK In.1 ig rapidly puHJod. Tlioru IK a cunwdenillu quiuitily of wood on both Pembina at d Turtle anil in the latter diut-rict thu nuiubcr uf ftctllern going on this year lmn been very large. I WHS informed Iha1 two years ago in ibu Turtle 31 mm lain district that there were forty families Jasl yenr that number hud iiicreaBtid toonu lundrcdimd fifty 1'amilieH; uwd that HOM- il WIIH believL-d that there were upwards of nine- hundred families in IhcdiKtrfcland c-on-.inuiil (iccessionij being made to the nntu-jcr. The land hiiru if buing broken. Ktiuii oropK 1 saw were af excellent quality, con-slHtiiig of oiitK. barluy and whcut. In going nort 1 1 wwt from Whituwiiter dak u to reach Mill ford, the is exceedingly good. At pi-erioni.it is mil mncl settled 1 am infonnedljiiiti a rei-y large portion of it. hns ali'eady been lioinusleatlei nudwill bu occupied nest year- I nuiMitUflul from what ihu ve Keen in the eoiintry whicl I have described, thut there iu ing innple Iniilic for any niihvuy thut. pene Irate through ihnl. region that it onlj ncedti mil way to secure a verj very extensive growU ol'cerwils. At present theory IK tbry can not dispotioofwhiit. they owinir to tht, dillicullics and beHg very rapidly settled. llouijeH an luiilding all tilong the tniil, uiul tirmnu JJmndon ihv si-ltiemciit is growing verj rapidly indeed j also fur about ftirty mile went ul't hut place. The hind exccllen und a greaL deal of it has n! ready beet homcfiU'iuliMl inid there i.'tm he no doubt whatever that, in a couple af years, the country around Brandot; will form a rich and productive community. In going from Itnir.don J drove along tho old Qu'AppoIle (rail which hns bcuji, adopted as the route of lite Faeittc Kailwny. TJint railway cross'JH and rccroriMen the trail mnny tinieh, and 1 drove for tibont fix iy mileji along the line of grading for the railway. The' work exceedingly light, without, nny strut-in res of any tiixe beingrequlrcd. 1 pushed of gradcra fifty milew went of Bmudon, carrying Rorancru ctc.j which were utrnngJiJoiig, J. undei-Ktoodi about one hundred milcH at. JcJiei west4 of 5tnindah. The line nf niilivjiy will bu not more Limn two or three milch notith of the soutluru of Uie AiioinllioliK-, itnd piling riirlliL-r will Iw about wiles couth ot' J'ort EUiee. "Thu hind, nil llic way Ijiundon io Fort El lice, in of very rjuaiitv, though very liylitii.ini windy within a ini'le or iwy of the banks of Lh'; river, nnd in the whol.j disUince from Urandon to nearly on.: limidivd mileti, I. BIIW noLhing b'lt land, ail of. which irs t-apablc uf '.-nllivatioi 1 was iuformed by purlieu in Hjjyse A .RCIIIBALD, lIOW.ELb VI IAN. Itarr.stiTS inc. Mctiu-y to lonn. next door north "f t'llleu. lli MI, WAV It I, GN. A. Tralu nl' FrtL-tN from Jltnny ItoiuU. A Occidental. Spcnlnt Teli'Kii'i'i. QuKiiiic, A tiff. '28. The Telegrajth is nv for the minor the Quebec (iivernmenl .railway been disposed of ton French Syndicate. The in i BO miide that the 1'rovjjicial Ju-giKlaliirc will be called in NovumheK US. A special to the Republican from Wmiscmi nays a AiiCINS CULVKK HAMILTON. otii. OJItes-Overliii-pcrinl Biuilc. >laln Winnipeg, Man. A. M. A. vans, w Ji.. Culver, O. I-. Hii.mt tun. SPLENDID Free of Taxation Property in Villa the West In the Council Cluim-cr Cltv Hall. And tho following gonlloineti liavo been ppolnlcd Huhirninif Ottlvarn to take the otus of the stilii electors on tlie said by-law, In Uie'lforlli John Palk 'Enoulro. Iu tiio HonUi William Code Esquire. In the ;EiUil. ChnrleB J. BAJUJISTJiR, Attorney, Coiumlssloucr Bri ik" Wllml'pog. No. by-lmv lo aid and assist tlie Pa-llc Knlhvay Cotnjitiny In cousldcrutton of :erlain undertakings on the part ol1 the Bald Whereas H in desirable that, a line of rnll-ay aouth-WLJStei'ly from the city of AVImil-e-'towai'ds tliu westerly Mmlt oftheProv-iit-o ol AlunltolJii tliroiiKli tlie Peniblna nun lain district, should lui 'built lor tho LiriJOBtoi'developfiigfindiulvimtjlnstlKj truf-ciinawiule between the of Winnipeg id the tiouLhern and south-western portions Ami wherotis'U Isulso ilest rablc to seutiro ic lamtlou of the tlie finld Conipuny for the Province or Mo. .tobainthu city ofWlnnlpetr iis a joint on the Mali) llnuol LhuCaniulinn I'lujlllc: and tlie sovcriU branches tlmrtiuf, id the Hiild Company have agreed to coii-ruutn Tiilhvny Foiitlrimd Kouthwesterly, iis forestild, til- the time and In manner aw In .hlsby-hiw horulniiftor mentioned, and Juivo creed to ustubllili and continue their "prlu-uiil workahonti mid stockyards for tncProv-nueoi'Mnnitobu In the city of Winnipeg wlierens It Is expedient for the city of lunel tlielr nltl to the said Com-my Iii coasldeniUon of tlio premlscn upon it! terinK harclnnrtcr mentionctl by granting: teiii bv way of bonus debentures of city Winnipeg to tlie amount of two hundred lousimd dollars, paynble in twenty yours rum thu day this by-law Lakes etfect with utrsrcHt at l) per centum pur uiinum, payub e mil-yearly, und by exempting the property aw owned or hereafter to owned by the lid luillway   the last revised roll IH four fnioii eight thouMind two hundred nnd And the total umount rccjulrcd lo n, rnlsediuiiuiully for Mm puylngof the said I'bcnUircR und iuterest U Huvontecn tliou-uid dollars, And M-bci-eiui It will rcrjiilro an nnnun.1 rule of four mlllH ami four tentliei of IL illl In tlmUallur over and above nil other UPS ami wwtfNsniu His for pitying tlio interest ml providing an nciual yearly sinking funU or roJeominK and paying oirthc principal of thoreby to be uruivtuu. Now Uioi'iaivjru Iho Mayor and Council of 'ISSmia be LW lul fur iMiivoi-aiidCoiinull of Uie Clly l Win nine to iBStiedebentiireH ofthe fttayor and Conncirofthe City ofWiimlpS for the Kiun ut'lwo hundred thonmind dollars oflnw-ftil money of Camidiv in denominations of not less one hundred dollars cncli payable tbu Uiiumlliin PuuIHe Rullwuy Com-imny or bearer on tin; twentieth dny of Sep-.Eniber out: thoiisand nine IniiHlrcd and one, bearing IiitortmL in tho nienntlmu ats U lie i- cuntiMii .per annum pay able hall-yciirly m the twentieth day of March and In will nnd every your with uoupoiiK at-iidhcd to itnuh duJjenUire lo rupruuent the ntt aforcHiild jii d cruatlng an rciual yearly sinkiiiB Mind lor rc-dw-mliit'iindimyliiifoirtho principal uf the Kftltl debenluren so to be issued uaaloreBiiUI at JiamiiLiirlty thuruofu j Rateable property In thu mile Ulty of Winnipeg shall be rated nnd lovlec n t'lich vciir dnrlns the currency or Ut Mild' dubeiiLiiTCH In nddltlon to all othei rutep and assessments whatsoever, The suit! debentures shall lie forthwith upon the ralirlea-Moa of this n uccoi'dunt'c with the provisions of llic stulu'l.c-s of this Provlnoo in Hint behalf. HIH CM' Issued shall be by the Mayor and Con i I'll brthu City of Winnipeg withlnonc montl liWciirturdcJllvcredtoUie manager for tin. LliiiubelnunfLlKi bnmuli of tin MoivhanU Hank of Canada, the KOSS, KI.LI.A..U IIAGGABT, :c. Morris' Xew Block, Mn.n Sm." t. Winnipeg. oun on KiKKl tnorti: igo stoiirllr. Arthur Kosa. A. C. Kllllin A.M.DKOW.V, Clly Clurfe. Cltv Clerk's oflicc, City Hall. Wlnnijieff, Jth.July, A. D. 18SL ANBRKAVS, JJAR-VV rlMers, Not irlos Walker.0 Ci. A. f. nd 1; U. Ho'niwKi.i. lius gone on it trip to Ifirnham. between gnivu! nnd vood wreck eti bolb itnd killed JUichae) Cray, lircnuin Jlolwl Kbiiigei1, and a bi'iikeman. The, Dill u lit nnil A Uiilulh ilispateb "The Dultjth t Winnipeg niilrond have jusl leaded for n term of three rears, the NWond Ktorr of t SALE BUILDINa SITES, In half and Quarter Acre Lots One of the Prettiest Locations yet offered, Easy olistance from the City, Splendid Park-like Residences, SUBDIVISION OF LOT 42 PARISH OF ST. steamer StaniLolm nrrivcd from Port-. In Prairie at half-past four j-osterday lots nru c, portion of tlic subdivisions f part of lof MIL- irarknemi EuUiLo, ,nt 11, Ptirlfili or St. annlfiioo Wiwt, OltyoC HifiiNt Bft. ill 7, 30, :ibovu vui'y ilcslrablo psUU-neo Irwailnns, and they arc urym-'urUiu ctMSKlngoi' thu AwMlnlboliui.at 10 iiL-w bridge, unii upon iv Hpiondld roud, ley oll'or to tnom who jimy wlnh Cor resldcn-UH outside of MIB ulLy.ycttit, tin) KILIIII! tltim Icliln unsy wiilblne dlntunco of tho butdnuwt irt of It, iifjootl 1.0 suuurc HLICJII very deslniblc plot, TvmiH JJI.ernl. TUlc Pvrfuet, Him oil View. JOSEPH WOLF, COSBOitjr '.nCKBNHIiN, Architect. :J'5 Main Htreul. BBUSOS'S Jiord of bnffnlos i.wpnty-in nmbur are to be .sent to the Ijij? fair down i Is rapidly In this dlix-c-on, und the Uumtmd for lota recently hw ryoly u value of propurLy In its i owner block, a large briclt building imw i comjiletion. The nJliriM-ft of hemmpimy will he louatcd hem. .1 I'., ttilhuiiuer has Jeft fur JJoNlon nn IrtiKineKB led with Uie roud. JtiKlhe evident ntentiuu of thc'compiiny lo push mut-terii i icml as rapidly us posKibk-, and, although very little is said, a fjreat deal is One o! the officers Raid lo-clny ihnt the w> id will b-j built much t-ooner titan is generally The VicL- President. Oitkt-a and psirly were in inporioi' City. Yns., on the S.Mh. TJii-y wure met by H. W. Haw, 1. .S. O. WeekK, cnginuer nfthc Wisconsin division Col. Himm J-Jayw, .hunt'tt Hin-iton and  li.niiolii vaijroiul uorajiftiiy ure, MIVK the j'ionecr I'rijBK, pushing ihitir extensions in tJic Jle4 Jtiver valley, and west nnd north west o Feu-go find Wahjiolon HO nipiiJJy, that ercij UtoKc- iinos aru ninninj; lo Jtnd from. Th  out the "-heat for ftftv Hiiles north of Gram i-'orlih by 'The Kurvej-orti of tbc Manitoba lim' nro of to ln-rui off if pOMhible Ihc Xorthein J'aciHc i There on: iilw two mirveviug jiarlieK (llcnwood, in cfiiJnl'v, beffdus th'i nn tlie c Fiillfi'A; I3riko1n. Mnnllolin HIM! Mnnatfi.ni; Wi rector I'c'v, nf the jirobabiy Jiiave fur Ottawa lo-iiio.Ton' H. W. n. Aiwifctroitf.', of th.. C. ]'.JI. Chief KnjiiiiL-or'B wt-nt out I'omigc jiatimJny. Mr. MolcH worlh, C. Ji. in of "-ent of tlie AiMUtiboiiic this morning "n IIJH rutum-.to Kmndon. A of pic-nf ,-kerfi will go out (o Htmi.r JtlouiiUihi b.v Thtmdny :nont iig'h iiml will prolutbly return hy a If a EiitUcivut number {jo TAS. CJIJSHOLM, ARCHITECT, V nnd CJenerO Hupcrlntcndenl. Mi-Kay's Illnck. Jiiulli it Mus. Ai.BXASuiiii Lou AN Juave t.o-norrow for it ti'ip south to Minnesota and WM. MLUE, B'U'JJjDKit AND Contractor, Winnipeg LaurosKuCliib uiecUi at the iifiKcll House this evening to consider the hulltingi! of the Garry KS. BUADUOY, AVHOLESALK anil ri-liUl clS'ir imimiriictimT, 279 Main Strict, Wlnniiiou. schooner T. H. JouiiS iirrived at on Saturday pounds of while sh for the Gold Scul Oyster T GREENFIELD, AUCHITJCCT t) and InilldinK surveyor. OllScf No. 11 block, over V. il. C. A. room.s. TENDERS, Inrkud "Tender lor finvt, of Pritcliunl will tic liy lohnB.fflcKilligan 253 Main Street, Upto noon onilONUAY, tiiu -Hh AUGUST CUHHKST, nnd intending purchasurs will he rurnlsli'.'U by him with full piii-tlc-ulai-M. Tiu.1 liislust or any tender not TO-NIGHT LOOK OUT FOR THE G1AT outs shot Mr. H. LvBedBOu'H buffalo ullj und lie lias oifiired a reward of for ic apprehension mid cunvictiou uf the BLACK31OBK CADHAM, Hnlldors und Conlnu'tom. Bliop und Olllcc on Hinll'i Htreot, near Uie Oliaini cori-espondcnt of the UJolte aye thiifc it in expected thut the I'ortjige will JB made u port of ctitry d tiring lion. Mr. Jowcll'ii Q.BOHd 15 B. ULLIOTT, l-'luitiivti iitul IiiNunuiuw, Jjynnu, 5SK- TintEK-noAiiu Kidewitlk IKIS beun con-tructcd on thu north side of Lngiui struct1, xtcnding from Miiin .street (o UK; vicinity TVf. ILVRKIS, HOJI1JS10N Lund Surveyor und civil Jimclneer. Money lo loan at low.jMt ralew. OlllceK HnrrlV Block, SDUFFIJT CO., k'ruphcrs. Kor of Manilobft B. Dnlllu .t Co., corner Main nutl HnmVt KtreetH, Winnipeg. NolBoiivilJc wiinfs u ominittco nppoiiitcd to HIK! kill (1m wTotcJiwho Bitcgested L-lninging the jiiune of hat place to HK. KUWAIT, CIVIL ENCU-. necr, etc., etc. SIncdoiinell n.-vnoliU' lilocli. three doors south ol Tost oiflce. Mul n 15O of thd ulalla in tht; cily market huh been leiused, and will be opened on the lul of Su plumber, us u fish miirkct. The Gold Seal Oyster Company lire the TAHESH. CIVIL K'lnoc'r and Architect. Oan be couHlilU for C'o ftt the ollioe of W. I'aVirtl.li.lMnli. Important and Very Extensive Sale REAL ESTATE AUCTION O'oi.K, who iroiigines he is Sir llojfer Tichborne, itnd been making hiniHelf a ;enural niiifStuiL-c, wius committed to juil on Saturday by Col. Peebles to await the njiin-on of medieal men on IIIB have received instruction to soil at by aiiclioii uL my Eeal Estate Exchange Sale Room, QUEEN'S HOTEL, On Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings next, the 30th and 31st of August, 157 LOTS Of the above BOSS ESTATE, BOSS, JEMIMA, anil IWILLIAM Buyers, Buyers, Buyers. SOLID VALUE IN THESE LOTS, THE QUEEN'S .UEAfc ESTATE SALEROOM. On Monday Night, Aug. 29 JEMIMA, BOSS, MoWILLIAM The Centre of Centres for Homes. BIGGEST CHAJfCE VEX. Ubcrnl .MOKE ix OUB. JOSEPH WOLF, iiug-iJ-'Jl) BLANCH ARD WILSON. CIVIL Engineers und Dominion GK.NKUAI, Iciivus tints i noining to represent Die Provincial Govern-uiunt at a KiinitJiry conference which opens in Albert Lun, Minn., Wednehdiiy. 3Jon. (J. Urown accompanies him to Ht, TJ A. P ]3 K tl A HCin rpilOS. 1! UR.N hns been received of Uiu death, but formerly of thiw province. He envuH IL widow a daughter of the late ?hilip Kennedy, of Hi, und two children sumv'ing MVOUNti, V. S., AI .lilLIBl-.R that Is t-o sny upon trust imittlm wild "Tho Miinngt-r for the tlniL bulimoftlm Wlnnlpt-B Brnnnb of Uiu Mer chiintH iianlc uf Cannda KhtiM luilU the every of them nntil th'. Um condlt-riiiiit eneh laid every ofUnjm hyrntiiuMer lUidhLlpnlated to bu jiei'lunnedby them, and tn colled and tu hold tho hull-yearly In turuHUiiinturlntfoii tin: unid dubunluren (re hull o one DCI- cunt, upon thu amount HO collected balance uollcetfid li soinBchartei-odbiLiikdolng btinhiem in thw ofWlunlpcg to hiKcredllan KiioUtruslee at If piwslbte, and upon the "eojnple .Ion ol the ijondlllons by llmCrimuliaii Pacific way Company hereliiailor innntlonet unon the further trust to piiy over monies HO deposited and nny uvuitnuilatlonH of n LcrciBt Cliorcon, mid also deliver over tlio ilfbenUires with tioupous nliachcd (exce such us may have Caiindlt i PacliU: rial (way Umimany, Tin) oonilltioiiM hereinafter referred lo iircj as follows (1) The said Canadian Pacific Rail way Com pa-ny shall on or before the nrst day of November ouu LhouHUUtl eight hinulreil clirhly-two, eomnieneliiB within the City o (jonstruct and compltitu and fully I'finin one of Hie railway run nlnir lionlli-woHterly towards thv HmVlHOf the Province upuuacounic Ktartlug within th'8 said City of Wlnulixsg, crosulug the Aiibdivlbolnc Ulvcr, runulng wilhlti th Hin! in oflowntihlpH uluo.elffht, ecvcu, nix live, lu rnuyu uno eimt of Ihc nrlucipa meridian towusliipn 11 vo and four in raun one wjst uf the principal tuerldlaDjtOAvnKm lour, In range two 'went ol' tho prlueipa in-T dlau Lownshtps four mul throw In mug three west- of tlio principal lucrtdhui, an three In ranges neve and eight af dhe iiierfdiim (a acuortilng to thu Dominion ijovermncnLftur vevof theProvlnee of or with! a distance of Hlx nilluit upon vliher Hide o ii Hue which may bodruwu tbo townsbluH to tho extent of tho wild hue clrcil luifeij Iii the direction above describee the' city justice simp Hutnn ny Dunkl HcMilliin, .Tiuncs Duly find Alfred Thomas were fined and costs encli for Inline drunk, whllu Chiides MrKillop hnud-ed in nml costs for being diniikcr. Jle wits also ansci-ficd 50 ccnifi lijr c-ab rpilOS. Bnnuloii, Mini. CHCUCU WHK well Illllid list evening, whan1 an able sennon on (he subject of prayer WJIK preac-hetl by Rev. Dr. Bin-wash, Dean of the Faculty of Theology of Victoria College, Cobourjj. llr. Uurwasli Btnrts UiiH morning on his return to W Imronr A Cri. Inivu iioeii Instruir-lodlivlii'r lion, IlmlMjn Hay lo sell, by Auullon, onllKJBrrimlon Slitui'llay, itrA, A1JOUT 40 BESIOENCE BUSINESS SITES. Botwoi'ii Kllicc innl Xolro Dnmc slrcols west, in Block -1, roi'oiitlj Iro of tho city. I StVuets'im MiHn Strout Size ot'xia nuu-llftli Cash down U four pur cent pc UllllllUl. The null! nflliR whok1 of tlw nbovn vulijubl luke place oil tliO grounds in liluuk-l. W. Dufour os Co. 5 KQglO AHKIVAI.M. fin  W KUKIIN Diitttot Ht Hi-nry JJImls Y: John H Mil) OnuiKfl, T A H IH'iui. hoc; CIl nHrm I'M If Hrfindofi! M'mKoh-liuon, Arthur MowuJ, J'orUmv. Mrs. Aiilim Iss Morrison, Of Toronto, I'.t-W l.-nvw to infcirm Itifllt-s ol' ttntl vtcLnlty In t-oniK-ctloii with LIuHi BRY uOODS BOolrliibu] They .-.io in do Dress and Mantis Making In Uie liusl pos-ililojnmuiu-r utid In all Hi Alt ordura liiinint'.'a lo tlielr cure will in curucr ol'Miilu tiuil McWi has been contmcnccd on tlic of the streets miming into Main street on tlie west side, north of the city Jiall. These crossing are beinp elevated so as to be level with tlie high, wide and Kidewulk ivhich lian recently been out for the Dates, 30th and 31st of J. J. MUI.DOOS, of tho Camidiun Pacific Hotei, returned from tho east on (Saturday night He left his wife in a uoniewbat critical condition of health, butwaa irapunilive-'ly summoned by tclegnunn here stilting that his bnsineiiB wtwj in bin imu-u oxtululcd notice of tliiy Splumlii in Uie next JHMIIC. JOSEPH corner wtone for the niihvny bridge over the Hjvor, C. I'. K-, win aid on HiiUminy, A time tublo, No. L, anil copies of the Udily Free Fress, West Lyune TimoB and Emerson Xntenmtional were deposited under tbc stone by Professor McKay. Messrs. Bowles Williams weru the contractors and B. Helming was biipcr n ANCIENT LANDMAIH An omurBoi" meeting of tMnlmlg iii'c s foti'iu'lcil tn alii.' ml. VlMlturscci fllnllv liiviluit. Hvn'-ck'rol'llii; W. M. imrJ'l-ai M. li.iSKB, Actlae CLUB 
                            

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