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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 10, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                MANITOBA FEEE PKESS Kwry lawful ut six w-m.. u( (In- tftomti I'rihlhis oillw, WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, BY Vol. Twuiitv-Uvc Cunlti per vwvln nil imriK or Ihc City. i" I M _ L _----4 _ _ h WINNIPEG. TEMBER lO. 1881 V line Klvu Cunts TRANSIENT ADVERTISING IV noiuiftrt'fl: Insert Ion JOcc'titii MtbtKXiuont Insurtlun G So 1 nrartud fur less thmi ?K I'ROFESSIOyALCAUnft of six Hnrs iuul uiiLk-r (run In, ituti without per monlb, SPECIAL NOTICES, mi In nonpareil typo, IradcU. ami lootUtHl ImmedUUuly over thu "City und W wills iwrwmU'iiuh Insertion. No nollco Inserted for less than uuo clolUir. TLEOCLAR COMMERCIAL ADVERTIS- ING, us tllrttlngutalu'd I'rniu everything of a trunalem suuli as inuaioii mil rsiulc (or 400 ACRES Fred. I. ScobeS BY AUCTION. PHK >MVR KEC'EIVKl? TO OFFER ut followlm; rules jwr Una Kpuue 01 goHil nonpareil, llio duration of IMiblleuMim lo be ut tlio llniu or ordering Mora than one tiny arid not more limn 0110 Moro Hum wetrlc mul noi more limn ouu More Hum ono fortnight mul noi uioro tlian under Ilils ulnssUlciUlon for IVHJ. Hum flve dollarN, cuts are Inserted they must IK; mounted on i Auction, on SATURDAY, SEPT. 10th, Thosy FOR SALE! new on JJonuldHLivut LOTS 56 AND DUNDEE i us tho TERRACE T hcvu ure four JoU, with a dcmhlc houwu on viioh lot. Tho pmpuriy win bo offered Iu onu or In icmrttepuruttt loin, Iw MO In UHS oHy, so many oi' our taudLng olLl- ni lo biMoutui. iL'-thlrd cusii; tniluneo In two Parisl of Si. Real Eslale Aseirt, Auctioneer, Etc. MONEY TO LOAN, ESTATES MANAGED, PROPERTIES FOR SALE, STORES ARD HOUSES TO LET, Ren to, OFFHI; nrw. Mum w., wii Xoxt Uoor to Ilovcro House. No. 58 CITY AND PROVINCIAL. Mn. GWEN E west laftt evening. urrjveil frum the .E. STAUR will pr-'ach In1 Church Tabernacle to-morrow of both VICUH, 300 puojile, IjJguiid HUte, wciitmit in bluny Mountin'n will, a... yesterday with i lluly Innjiypjc-jiJc, H vury pJcuNttil Uinu iMWHjioutduiin t Commencing ut tho CITY HALL! LOOOCK TV.Kiiii, Q.C., a prominent En- Lan-iNicr, in in the city, (he guest of Mr. the Afternoon, and HID returnud in guod in the o cwdcDtlyin if we may from tin! uriiatio nmnina- in which "Jotin VUK nwinury, wan nurtured UK Uiij I.UVH down street. TjrB Manitoba Freo Press and Standard PKH com 1'IUrtl Arrit til ol .Mr. relumed Jim- of July iHHt, on euiuiecied u-il.h tcJtitVnph line to th llL' the cty Kot li into on s ubout onu about half P Htm. A. 0. M, Bimnaiyno, Brown, JSsq., Manage! i OnLurUi Bank; Hun W. N. Kcimudy, Itcglgl mi; i ATlhQcityjiiBtfcu shop, yuginrduy, Jolm I'rum ibu Himrmon ivjw mulcted in the sum of mid wwnfrri nml for being drunk. THK Scott Act quotta on j tt force   1881i vtnllcd ulovcm MAXJTOJU I In- t, jruivu lUlUICffiOK and Kniml council, aixiii whidj Ocx our "brethren touh Die wt-rc our rml'brethren tooh 1'O-iun-thuir Krruvimceu of ed about 300 all of before D. ECEXIJKKSON, 1UD., FO'UR South of Court Uoiim, up- >orout, muni m D K. v A, 0. Struct six ikxirs rmiu tho s Specialty. S. OKAY, M. IX, C. M. MdHLL UnlverMty. Member of ULD TS w .u Physic-Inns ttml FOR SALE! Minnedosa, f Minnedosa, Tho oiVers for Onuirin, Olllce, N, untl it. M. C. P. 15S Dlwttscsor thu n Lots Nos. 3, 23 and 37, on the James Boss Estate. Lot No. ft JK a mrmtr lor, nml hii.v n on street of 60 feet by 100 iVsel on JniuSn street, with n lunc In roar. Tltcsse Jots am only pmi block from City Hull niul sfrublu W. R D. Surgeon, etc Boot House. OIllco hours D AUX, Ryan's 1 door isoiUh of Uovir -y to 12 ILIUM nnd 7 to deelOtf IhuvealHoa himse to lot, m cpimbrtflliJct titul close IQ tho Apply to j it rooinw, AUCTION SALE J. B. OF YET PUT UPON THE MARKET, In Full and Uninterrupted View of Main Street, and only ?3 Feet Distant therefrom. ri A Sixty-six Feet Frontage on Notre Dame Street East, opposite Dr. Sohultz's new Btulduig. on the Corner _of Main and Notre Dame Streets. ___ FOR BUSDJESS INVESTMENT. HIGHLY IMPORTANT MH- J: K. C.E., removed I -f J Aofcctod company of HEam omcc to street, oror Hading I rcreivud- .The blguciithlt oftln! teiiHOii be nro- crockery store, serein full working to prwuwl ouls were Jnle IW and ;KL' J wiia; luinJ.J.. v eliinomto iiiul exli b'onii; nuw schools were on fiionday night, pro- crockery store, where .he will curry on lii profewioti us fin architect. their oxiKlunoc! Three- or four of believe iiru in ibti of Oio fm-Uicr slile'of.llw I'cmljlnu. i lo uf ON HIK Royal Reveie Colter, on Phiaforo. Taxes! Taxes! PROVIKOML ExuntiTroN porfterK have been poiitinttKlfjrn inflje Provinco, wlio ''nring are requunUid to Imng thuni up in prominent ji lfc lvilli tljil1'' liftve to ri-ijort in their been made during the putid jmlfyeiir The Imvc on tbu wliolo THK lot on the corner of Yort and Main hlit5jni) to iJiu- cliumcur of fltrceid wlilch wjw bouttlit liv Hfr from DJU Juiil buen timde for eucyR reucpiiiiii, imtUrocwHK w pi-twine Uwt thuy only came down J AJberf, where mJdaw wnK beard OieKw ]Ktrly bclnir UmMKhwnn A. liouixouK, on rom oavinR iv t min. Hw lOxceUeiicy.and in paity, Jvjjgljhlj u'urretiwnderii ti downpour Mr. tlvxl'lJiulV Will I ronw on c ly' TWO WOXItKHPUL MCKSI-B. JoHhni. ti. Hownmanmi vu renily lo aj N utrccio wdich WUH ijy Mr. tJjo othor dny for pcr.Jbot, wan day to P. qulliuuitc for pur from DJU exjjibitiom la- sold vaster- I P1'P'IK 1 wiy VCTV trt u 'i ban bt-cn JIIA r-xcejjency.Aud in fad wliolu ,V to ihu DjtIJy of Luglfcli uurrctfejxindenlM und nil. of Hit cowuiry; They I ]t fwm Ihefr Jeltor (Ui ia the iwiinulflt-cirt iippi-nr- ffmvof uf the crontL wJiidi Mr. TintmT HM. wliiif-iv. Tiue.Bev. J. 13. Kilcox will preuch in the city to-iuori-ow folluivinff both in ihc u urn her of luril.y of iJieirullifnJjuJfi; 1mK been Juadc1 in K uiui the H Consitleralile themes: Morning, "Christ us a regonemtor of whiclj Mr. 'JNiimui nuunccH iw jjerfwt CIA it in for ihe 10 VL', IlKVO IJWJI 110 Willy flOKU other deBUiiyiiijf und evcrvthinL' JH lovHy fur iljc twmura otht-r t t ll evening. "Shnllo 1Ilc iiiynt gouu tliruiiffh nl] the nilifia in uf uriiliuietic. Improve been madu in rwidiiisr. ]jj sB will bo pi-ettcbml iu the Court whool a bepinnliiff hiiK been jnntlL- in in with (hu ciHitfregfUion ot bt. Andrewd Chin-ch, io-moiTow momlni; and evening, by the Kov. Mr. Bell, of For- tage la 'Prairie. KEKR, tft Donald Street, luimcdlntoly south of TInivorsHy, Ireland.) to 10, nml 2 to :t, and i to S T W. GOOD, H. IJcontlnto Itoyfll College Phyidcliiiia. Edinburgh, office In rooms ftirmerly oc- rupluil by Selkirk nearly opncwlto Post Dfflre- l DENTAL Main StroeU T W. Block, North of Post OJtlcu, A. HARVLK, SUROEON DJSN- tist, OrnduAto of Koyal Colleyo oi Donlal Surgoonsi Toronto, OnL Uoouirf over Lyon'a JJiock, opposite Post Office. Jun'Jtlni j A, atoCAUSLAND, ,155 Main Street. Wtiinlpdw. opposite the Citv Hall. best sisl of nrtltlcliu teeth, npprror lower, Common at consldtcuL priced, References martl mty Gold ami other NELSONVILLE! NELSONVILLE 200 Lots I AUCTION SALE Public Notice tin; enil of fhe flna Uoult jn EncJjd roiLcljed ut Uic limu of my J JjllYUalKO [Q KlutC fhltt JU Of Uiu tmlur in guoj, and 1 have In the HtirrlngToirit of MINNBDOSA, OF A LQCATJDfl THAT 15 SECOND TO NONE IN THIS CITY. Jiercby veil. that the COLLECTORS ROLL TUB ronto. Alontreul uxpectcd ihc i-cmuinder only mi xpi-n. of their ivhcitt giKwt el-op nu Uiun Bliod Auction Sale eentro of the tMstrlct in CITY OF I Tuesday Wednesday Eve- nings, 12th 13th Sept., For llio Teur A. II. 1881, AT 'mi-: 7O Lots In portion of- now QUEEN'S REAL ESTATE SALE ROOM, Cniml cluuiuc for inv eft coniinurilcatlon. LEGAL. THE C. P. R. LINE cxlcmlud tothlxTuvrn. KENNEDY Barristers 0 and 10 A P Main StrccU T. S. Kunuedy. earsons ocM5 tf A KCiriJ3ALDtHOWKLJj VIV- Barrlslorn, etc. to Hebfcr A.rchIbuUl. H. M. HowelU Mwn.-v VJv- hin KKEE Brnucli oiJlce DJJC dofir north ni" A mm AIJvINS, CULVKU IIAMIL- TOX, cic. Im- perial Bank, McKay's Block, Main street, Winnipeg, Man. J. A. M. Alklns. >V H. Culver, C. Ii llumllicm, A. N tLU A Xt J3 Riil STJ3R, Attorney, Etc- ConiEuls-sIoucr for Ontario. Money to loan at lowest No commission or vitlmitor'a Over AttTchan D-ttik, j The Queen's Real Es- tate Exchange Sale Room, Seit 10, that jKii'Uou of the e new lino LntoNetsonvHIo of the n Jiailway. ROSS, KILLA3I ILXGGAJiT, Eiirristern, etc. Block, Hireei, Winnipeg. Money to oain on good security. Arthur Rosa. A. C. Klllfim. Alex. The City Ho at hern ALKJ3K BAR- rlstcr-s Public, etc. Cilice, 211 Main strcut, Morrl.H' Block- Money to loan on food monitor security. HMII, IA M. Walker. O. A. F. Andrews, G, H- MISCELLANOUS. Architect. Ottlce ft t reel. T IT Ao, Oil J ollwJj Ji, AKOjLilJLO-L, and General SuperJntcndonU vay'K Block. Jnn25 mly WAI. MUIJR, liUIIvDEii AJS'D ConLractor. "Workshops on KoHo St., nciir Mti.Hical inly K. BRADLEY, ciyar ZT Main 8f Winnipeg. julyumly JGBEEXFUELD, AECII1T.ECT and building surveyor. OFllce Ko. 0 McKuy'it btock, ovtr V. 0. A. JH the oldest, Inrgart. iuid moat fiivorcd town In Lho ffir-fitmDil Ptnnblnu MountAlo country. There are now In XcUoiwIllc one Inrgu tlirGc-run grSat mill, ono shingle mill, live general wtorcs, two furniture slorrs, two harness three hotels, five ngrlenltura] printing in wlilch puhMylicd the -MfiiMitalnucr, llirec cluiruhCB {two brick imd one f ruin Government Land Ofllcc, two livery HtnblCH, two and carridgo shops, one school house, one rttuvi.' nnd Un .shop, one wlioe shop. Among the societies nnd professional men can bo found; An Grunge Hall and Masonic Hall, three resident nHnlstonf, two resident UoC" one and over fifty private resi- dences la mklitJon to ibe Above. A branch lino of tbo Emerson JcXorth- lUilhvuy ni refill y iocntetj tind tho Suulhwostcrn icuilway alrciuly bonuscd far and by January Jst next will have tta Hut? completed to jun-i-inly C K ATO C ADHAM, Builders und ContruotorK. Shop and Otflco on Smith Strotit, near B EOIU-f W K KLLIOTT, Flniinco and Insurance, WaniiobiL. Municipal imd ecbooi loana a taped W, HAU KIS, JS ION Land Surveyor and Civil JSngim'Qr. to lottn ut Jowoet uincus: Itioc-k. D CQ.r PHOTO- For VloiVK of Munltobii cry. igom fcv Duffln A CoM corner Miilu u Kupert Streets. J. Q H EDTTAN, CIVIL ENGI- nwr, L-tc-f oUs. A Reynolds1 Block, three doors wuth of Vost Qgttjo. Mujn __________ BLAlJi SIIA'NKS, fienl Jfetute, Conimiasion, Is nlso l.ho Oounly Town or Xorth DuiTerint with the RcgUtry nnd County Court already established. Do not forget tliat these SEVENTY LOTS Which offer on Saturday Ev'g, .Are donbtlusB tbo licet vaiuo that has yot been oilbrcd In this General Kdeh TJTI.K PCIIFKCT, >O LIBERAL OBEDIT TEEMS. JOSEPH "WOLF, AUCTIONEER J A.UKS H. BOWAN, CJVJL EN- alncer (intl Architect. Cnn be coiiHtilt- for tlio prrsoni., ut Hio n-ri. Esti.. Main Btrcftt. of S. niftyOtr PHOTOaRAPHS B ora. WILSON, CIVIL s nnd Dominion Lruul Surcoy- No. A Pear win M K F. Uhinchurd. U. A. W ao TO n 1- i.tos. BllANDON, Town and OtiienU Monoy to, al Kntati-. WlXth BtrtsoU nn Commission. MYOUNCr, V. S., HISHBEK of Ontario Volcrlnary CollCffO, ftiifllnflrinAO' at Mr. 1C. Kelly's Mule i _ o f I II 111 IK-'tf it I? tlU UallH uijrlit or tlrvy prompt JOHNSTON HALL, ii HtrccL opposrlto Tho room IN now In charge of our attended GBT. L'l'n iMAKSlIjKcnl Kslittc nnd Gtm- aiul city on col- [Y lonlU'd nficr. CurroMjxin- OIHco, room >'o, 8 Muln Htrool. P. O. nddruwy iwtft Man. sepTtf for ninny ycarw priKt connecter I with 11 HJ rickl- Uriited (Iran of Potman it Prttscrr Toronto. Outdhor work, Vlcn-lnffi Copying nml Col- oring, and nil bmnuhcs of Uiu art uUundud to. A laryo of Vlcwi ahvnyH on litiiuU rt bou if tit anil Ift'teti nnii donco HOTEL T11OS. AVASTIH, Brandon, Man., f'ni- ol'Piu'lllc yvcniic nnilKmirtli Ktruet, 'ttr.VuliHitnr.uml licit I fc'st.ia- HOUSEKEEPERS Is situated-. in 1, Tp. 15, 18 west, oi} UioUUle ubuui ;JO due nnrth of Brandon, und IH the eeutru nnd Point jtor Uie jvliolo of Una fart Ho portion of Urn Grand J "Hoy. Uluw the and 'FlncHt Mill outolde uf and tlio inill la LCI utmost onpacllynnd Uwntlnu- nuirifng to up tho dciinmid.s upon IL ConHldorlng the iucl that ulD-saislMitaytmr okl, that It nlw a very Larfre ,M1N und Lntlie Lumber factory, thatitnlm tho stores In the country tvebt of PorUigf l nilrlofnnd Lhnt more iKujn-fldcbiwhw oc-on dftnu, and money pnUl out, oi' uuy otlnir town in that section, wpoukH wt-11 for Us blUly, and the cstlumtlioi In It IN hold by every one Inn-rontcd in piirtorour Province. COUNT YTOWH i the Oinra, K hirge Town Hull, UeoutnlnsSLiencral ainrcs (one or thcHO HUireHiilouo did abusincris son of L1 jrh niaU wng nost-orHue, 2 tinsmith and hard ware HtoruH 4 largo ugrlGitUural ijupiBineiit titorey, be- lurjju number of prlvntci This Intcrt'Htlutf and should be borne In mind that Mlnntjclowa Is the THUKSDAY, SEPT. 15, At Three o'clock Afternoon, I have nuieli nleaKurc In annouiivlng toonr business cummuiilly, I en- LrustecMvIlh tlio uuutloii wtle nf abovu Important building hUe. petition is one uf ilio vury bowl lor any of enturprlKo viuiv or Mutn street, ijpposl to the Jinnk of Montreal, and the Lmnasoniti new block now In L-ourwo nrerection by Schnlu, nnil It IH uiwn woll thiit upon the irorzier hniucdlutoly on Main I p im IndncemiMiL for prompt street nu-nt. u rebate of 6 per cent, win be mmlc un fikiekwUI ba twinmenead early Hprhij. I all sumndue for tuxes ojjlfjiintlunder, that nothing bo I on or before tho Mih Hint; on KUIIIH of ontl under If pnld, one-halfon or 11( t Jiesfore the 28th WcptembLT, imtt the re- will Ije uoJdtit per loot ironiugo, udinltsoi1 Ha malnlni; halt'on nr before the blh Oclolw-r; being ucjetl for :L very large u build on sinnnof over If pitldt one-third on or iivhunm) that seldom iU pi ox- bejore the wild 28th September, one-ihlrrt on Imity to the muln strunl, and (hu fiinyularly or before the 28th October, and the remalnlnfr favorable-view that can bo obtained oi1 tlUn f third ou or boforo the 2HUi November next. 01 te from that important Dnoraurfhrarui jniiken Ko rohutoon overdue iccjqual iu value lor uny purpose to inuny off Cf. JL H. the on Main street, which uru hcJd jH. M1V1 tn KlUVl iVuvi. Sin. HiuMUiicncjj better liuo the nifable eiiturtir of the asuumcd control of tlie restau nection with that hotel, umj will endeavor to make tMogft nu his '_ theouenn. roinier. 1 may iu this connection1 coniplimontwl Col. W K aiy .the iwMlt of ttjftt some mnjM KuppJiud io in njwmitr in con- dovelopiin-aitteiUtoui stter liiiown us John." jdifitrlct ure- of very inferior tliy WUV Jown I bo winch .wore tlio of the Merchants, IH poor und Ujtyure umlmfrcd- It fifteen nowuiveH, tavfng Llie restaurant in eon- fH hoped tlmt luuuiii will he lo t JC it .iiaroinaiiy (o ntijther jajjt uw m the wuntry will endeavor reiiiurly Uiia drnwhuek, lu HubiniUfnir this1 tackle any of them. Ulouc, limber.orluinlwr JUblotu inundation. P ir7 I 'ill ft h b 1 hMJiilywiy wjiule ll01? cpntru to inulc (bu arri vala tliia week were Mr, Mrs. OrmtibyCook, of London, England, ILc latter being u daughter. of the Jute Chief fjoniplctod, and U dopoftlted In the oi'Lhi3 imdertiignod In the City All persons numcjH Jinble fur Die pnymeniof any tax ur duty, arc requinjdto puy J Uoh, A- G C Banniitvnn It the amount days from thiy dule, It is withcui further notice, GEO, H. HADtflCIS, CoMector. Offlee, City Hall Winnipeg, nth, Iffil. Pautor Bullenden, for many ycurn iu cburgc of Fort Garry; Cook JK a connln '.uf Uon, A- G, C. Bannutync. It is tw uighl years (since she left this uunntry, MR. FKHGURO-V will meet any of the liiis who aro ilesjrnus of com- for the oiFwred by the Lural Kocitty at bisresUltsncu on Juno strecL Urn ttftarnoon two o'clock. He irif! de- liver to them nt the Bnmc timu the fcjicci- of ivurk now in at to tWO per foot, Auctioneer therefore In turiieHLly Inviting thu nUsnUon of all looking out forfttlrnt. clafiH situation for any either wholesale or retnll, to thia be intending to exhibit at Iha I'to- vlncial Sociay'u to be held iu Winniiivg October 4, 5 and Rboulil bear in tuitnl that all he luallud tu the Sucrufairy, Acton Winnipeg, jminudintuly: in order to pre- vcjibcuniujjjun on .tbu opening- of the ex- hibitian. riboni rejnudy Uiiti dnnvbftelu Iu J liujilly the the jschoulri nrii in a very fair condition, and that the report for Hie nexLhulf yciir will, in all numbur of KchoolR: opehetl ftirtlmr fiiuisfae- I ofthc toy work, Elerttoir news and electioneering nrc oil it. lto.ss, j the in electoral division Candidates arc un -mnncroiiH OP .TIH-: or Country or lumber liable to inundation. no from lo inulc ceuire, ijJid.no good water There me cerUtin condition of utiiul In vJjidi people wo muhltmliw of ftro untiMy oujcctH which have a >n wrucre of. ihelcltcis iu ifou mtiKt have been iu some miuh condjuottiw jwuiiwl Uiofr tll but it 'docn UAXIT05IA. ItiSJ J virifed the I formiCj they pretty much f he with Ilicir Perfect, will difcinrtHt at of On the GriMiiul, on TJinrsclay, Sept, 15th, at Three o'clock Afternoon. KKMEMBKIt PI.ACK, AND HOUK OF SALE. JOSEPH WOLF. Auctioneer. Temlers directLMJ in he received until the J5Ui jnfit.Tfor urnil- I Vii, JJKXho-v 1111 mquent Ing of the Race Track or Manllobft Turf moraine on the of Club auu u posts and driving the groumUoflbe sutd Club. cat! on R with mil explanation may he and Iuul at Mr Harris1 Office, Surveyor, In Harris Blouk, opposite City Hall. M. B. WOOD, Secretary Turf Chib. WIDISH. i wide bhoiilii ollici-x; amDTm inrtry fruit? itiul j njuuimii 7 wind about tho length of bonic of I nicr und winter tun] their rugiiliirity ELI' ..J _ kk ESSS TO INVESTOKS! Tenders will )m up nowk on Tuesday next, her Kttli, forpuu Vinse fiHMutti south o, Partiifje AvenuuT Mulligan uvemio and lionntliiry street, niul nourly omHj.slta tlie rerildonw of Hugh erlund, of any valiic and upon any part haw hccn dcrrtfjnfttmfetJ by Hie Dominion Oovoriunent during the two years the Uovurntnenb Survoyora having rupoattdly tried nthur points ftucueHiL TJjJn alho been furthurconJirmed by tho surveyorh of tho C, P.K. they having the crossing of che AsulnlUolnc brunch of Lheirllnu. Again Alluncdosa boinjc directly went of GlddwLoue, thcru [a no other point without an and costly dlvorgencf; that the WeutbouruG Korthweiatorn Boad can KOlcct except tho tovrn of Minnedosa ng, thufl nuikltitf town one of thu most important Railroad Centres outHldooftho Metropolis, and belugaa ready Is tte great for this port of tlio s it loromost among tiio great I hnva been Instructed looiror for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION! my Sale Hoom, Tho Heal Exchange, IK THE TOWN of MINNEDOSA. 1 lie P. R, Co. arc now running a lino through Uic town "plot, thus dlrccL communlcutlon wlUi Line, Vlnns imU vJmvuuf tho dtfitrint will be on vJuiv aL my rooin( Title norfoci. Tuesday "WedneedayEv'gs., 13th and 14th Sept. JOSEPH WOLF, Auctioneer. Tho 12, 14, are numlwred follows: US, Iti, 17, 18, itff 2JI, 24, 270, OT3, and 28t ;w, iU, Life Assurance COMPANY. hi; man Eymir Hie caring; in A drain on -Thnrsduy. The facts elicited were nubslantiuljy the BIIUIQ na published yetiterday, and a verdict --.was retunieti ia .ncuordance M'ith u recomDieiidtu tiun tlmt contrnctora be compelled Jo bike miuh-.precauticmsin future, while digging, its wlil jirevoht the recurrence of pmcli auL-i- It is to be hoped tljjit riome atten- tion will be paid by the authorities to Uie auggcHtion. jn ncqujnntr ri onJy way to HOCL-M. them hail from them hail Hon. Mr. 'Sif. lou in prosocuUiiB- his cunvan.t-wJUi a will, M (beiAonL- A ann a fiiir ulinir nf r> n i lire Premitnnsfor AMuurance payable at death, with pro flip, Thowe Jote, wll-h Lho uxeepMou of corner loin, are eiLchf........ An accepted cJieciue mtiHt accompa- ny each ieodcj-t Iw forjlMtetJ Jf Ihc tenderer ftUIs to cornplcce bis purchase wlicu called upon to do The cheque -will tw re- turned ir the tender iw not accepted. Tho or any tender not accepted. FtUJ particulars can be by apply- ing to J. F. RUTTAN REAJL KSTATK AGKATN, Main street, 3 South of PosUofltce, to whom all tenders bu udcireroed marked TJio subscribers, by order of tho will soli by auction, on Tuesday, Sept. 13, The following very valuahla LoLu, with btiilcHngs, tiituatod ou Notre Dame west, ufcw mluuLcs1 wiiJkfrani Hotel; IjotsSDand -J0rcornoi: of Adelaide a ad Notre TDainc west, with good buHtllngtij isizc of corner Gortlc and Nolro Pume fits, west, 8izc of lot ftOxilH) foeU lotoi 3ft and -10, ouc-half bal- O two.yearn aiSparcciH, On lot 7fl, onc-lmlf nrutlit bulanco In months atS cont- Sale on the Ground, AT ,1 P. COM Employment Agency. i A few of the very best Bed Comforters ever offered in Winnipeg to be disposed of at a T. PEBST Co., No. MuDennot A LAKGE QUAHTITV OF 'Delivery at any point within tlio City. tiers Icf tut Telegraph olflce or at YurcJ, foot of Bannntyiie st-recU win bo jrrotnpUy ut- tencloU to. W, SCOTT. Registry Office.! HKLP OF ALL KHSTDS FURNISHED. to Iteiii ami j Gollcotlcn Jgcttcy pud Otnerfll Gom rates ion era, of Acouunts intulo a contldentlul. A cull Uuona Bank ecpUMf S711TH Three Waiters AKD A- Wanted foe thq Manitoba Club. Kouo but WiraUid- Apply to .-t 4 BQplO-tf Bvewaro, SIHalt'oba UlCib. 87 40 Ycnrly foi Life, 2 R) 13 50 U 70 Jfl 60 ID (H) 18 10 1J> 81) 00 HO 27 -10 31 10 Yearly for hi years only. 24 SO 211 60 28 -W 30 40 m oo Si 70 41 oa Yearly for only. 2070 7ff i5 10 27 30 30 10 82 80 3630 Yearly for 20 yt-nrs only. SJ5 W 18 10 39 -JO .2Q7U '21 SO K 2iSO SO 28 20 Tins Manitoba Turf Club intend to arnide and Jencti Uiiiir truck thiii fiill, for which work they are asking for The courau is KiUmtocf aboitthalf a niilc north of the cemiittiry, where the club have Kucurctl eighty acres and laid out a mile track. The grounds arc pierced by the C. Noli-o Diiniii street and Lotran sbx-iitj that the puoplcrmll not Ije at u IIISK for fares in going to and from it; It is thy in- tention of the Club to Hx up Uic ground eleguntlytftnd conveniently, after the model of the Chicago course. KO Ihalall daises of people may viuit it and be uiodc coiufoi-t- able. Swh a Bourse, if comiucU it unrfnubtcdJy will required, and muKt prove a- pecuniary upou the whate, tlie rcntiut? of Kohool wtjrk bcijig' uirned through with a fair Khurubf order. At Dominion City imd Einmoii ijje school mjcoimnodalion irj much better thim it last year. -At ihc former place are ft-M- dtifikw inul too Ltsuch'er, laJd pclK and school I regret lhat only four teachers lor readurs of the School J'-ng- novwiimciit nave oMcred a wooden or tern- Uixly MVlml about friiffr Wild porary bndge (which be is jm-puriitg lo fruit of vnrioiw JcJmK (N itbufK arc rcgu. build for.the Ml p oiij! hjin tha din0ft to other frufta. wo wn Jouriiiil Two proniiiioofan-irun bridge hemp bnill this mine uomffonl to niniSl II'2S hardly bo that much program at no early n Director and President: A. O. RAWS AY. ficcrctarj-: R, Superintendent of AgencleB, J, Manitoba: W. HUTi'ON, Gonoral Offlee-340 Main TIIK lacroBBe match ut the Driving Paris this afternoon exciting a good Jea) of in- tcrept, and ihcru aeeins to be u yuneral im- that both sides will be victorious if they use their clubs to advantage. The Winnipeg club, up to a hour hist even- Ing, Imd not soiled out their tniun, but it is expected.that they will muster u contingent that will" be" able to'make it reasonably warm for their opponents The Gnrrys lire in good form, and will present the following 5bLrti; ifcrritt, Wall Hardisty, Schneiderj Icy, Shand, MuttiGWE Sutherland J'.wmtc lo the trrifiiccti of s tmstcEifs of DujlV-rin to fuiv Mi for their respective BLliooU -inajw und lessons Unfon 1'oJut I consulted .with the nnd tlicy fumifilKHi ihc forUiwiLli tvr'tJi ijnipK, one hthc-Miijdr at'home. Mr Willfinu hite oJ but of tho country. Mvlml'tibout Ute better known as founder of wSnteraT11' Hftd ten from (lie fiourju dtiruisof fnKkvul of EJlisO a c-andidiiic. with''fiiir n  M., f And in view Uie iivct ilmt since the do nn lie oeaUon of tho P, II. aL tho cit-ytpropony continue towteodily rino at tliln end of tho city. ThlKlfloneot the hixt to ita ftuckadwlrabJo thlu >s, Tho Auctioneer would, therefore strong- y urge nil wan Muff a Bplondld location in wlml will long be tbo bijfitoftt retail por- .loTiofour already busy elLy not to Jot ibis t itle Terms vory Ubcral- mUo, Hear la mind ibo day unU Wednesday Afternoon On the Ground. JOSEPH WOUP, what summery suit of white; On finding out what tbo matter, Mr. Kocrm and another man, who was in the house, investi- gated Mr Caldwoll'B place and found a with a vaut quantity of tanglo-Jeg wliocxph and hnd mistaken tlie house. He minted (o go home. The racket subsided with con- Kiderable Will F w CoJclcugb. Bolklrk; JShii ICidUy r Lobo.Ont; l'Crt OcoHGrc-en, Winclmm: A nucl child, BurrJCi Mn aiiUtwo eh Trontonj C S Ci wlfi? unLj Mrsj OjitarJo C AGihwn, Cayucui ingolaPrnlrlp Li-oM. MMffr uml M ,j TIIK Htennier Cheyenne rinived here early yesterday having on board I'OBO Mckn of grain, consisting of and a tity of nirw wheat for'Capt. McMillan. The steamer brpoidit down -JOjOOO fret of h from St. Vincent to Morris, and also gcncrul merchandise, machinery, After unloading this cargo, Kbe took on board the above mentioned at Morris and puinte Jherdown the river-Tim Cheyenne IB likely to be kept sufficiently iler of the seafton in largp quantities of grain awaiting shipment aid wheat crop ia roportcd jor tlic< geucnu certnln tw ii'iuonUi.ur two. A new firui hiu bueii enUiljlirfhed here during ihc pnwt week, and two or three new incmnjtile tfilJtud of, NatuWnt'of are constantly coming unj y spying uut the land, a-jii nil peiir highly pIcuAeil willi Uie town reiuioiiably confident of UH iniportaiice- For tho fiuiuern tlie outlook ie equally good. They hare bctii bjcusftd thia HUHKOII -with bounteous crops, which havo ijeeii in good ami thrchlicrv nrc uou- hard at work with ffUtiittj atul power muchJncs separating llio nnd refilling to 1he brim cojply gniniirJuH, bat Jjalf blessing, juf the of the gniiu 16 market up Jill (hi: profit, Tliis, s now changed. ur j n in John Win A MoriW. ThomM Morrow, IVLifrbortj; Tbomax Mf trPlil- ton. Cojip, JinmJl- meuso, while that amount ing to about ifl beliijved to bo duo harvest td iir prriint abundance, AH an instance of of .this yjoltl it ifl Baid that four fnrmurs flappJiect the cargo of tho her JiiBt trip i and yet wcftrcoly grain' shipped from their Btorrs, A waters af tbo .Ivor. Owing Kamo cause the Mississippi has also greatly McDonald uml slstciv TUJ-OUIO, rTuin en to t-ntA I, !_ ..t__ i I -1 VFTJf ffA ?T KniJf h nrtit risen f o that it to bow th n nf- liijrh wjitPt-ivmrlc i- i Voflk, I-rawc H Brr el-Digttvater market filLunpttpohfi, -Alw '.wood Oni.j at Moorbeod, Grand ForUfi, and throughout that whole region of country continued rains havo fallen. .Ac Grand .gome damage to ihc crops iu reported to have ro- Jiusrh Miirrjt ay ictoria y, ,0nl.; Gcorw A iuu-JielJ to 'dinpovc ofn ojiugitin now u hintiMbip of-thu piiuii.- llereiiftcff n of tilts bright ftulu-ny onUook. our fannet B io Jiavc A liomt imulcct far their arc alrendy coming in, mid rttorc- are bcjng t'ruDied'lul Pumcrby, lljc Buy no and Mnny liiivc been cbringcs, anil imiucmx? On: Hlnoc; the HofiJcrs cuiiiu Bi'ountitin five or KJX yeficA'ago, but all into ntridcn m'lnin to from nillwny connection will) tlie vorld. rrom a lirtck MtUotncnt jilt )io lieru 8fnce the tuorof They may vlnit Onliirio or "WJiitt About Tlictie arc AH Uitjy arc in uuuirio, aufi Uic worKt nrc am inor? violenl'thrm ocinir in tho oMw proviuww, "What nbotith'tlm length ot ffUfjiiNttr-AJid OurHuni- so VegcffiUou without pufleriuff froiw Vhan ihiit of the lower provlnron. Our nnd( hoc n-ndorrfl iuu of this counUy can be found nho would oxL'Iuinge of the HuuiLnba for ihc OnlJino if llK1 Wuro afforded, tlus CvrrcftpondcntK of Oiu Daily might Imvo twrcrtnimxl (Jiin If they had iniulc It to rend the iu tbo letter referred to on the solid cninfojt; the roadn, taxen, OieAlthy climnlu, etc., tutio. UairniruiAtid Jinlx have rca- won to be tlmnltfu) for iljofto bta they Miould not Hpread Fibroatltho fmprcKHion llmtthcy ai't; linking In H in not oclnict from Ihu funic of (IHfi country In order to fn 'Ontario IhoHe who aic iiJready, comfuituliln there uml tvhootiulil to ilOiy "Uictv: while' Hticli detriclioii jfiny injuni Uh b wliu bo lo cotwe. Tins of Jtcrlin oihcr porfiouv of nbirfoliJtve it Ju Ilic Cuimdiun their fellow in UiUK'con tribute to ItfinghR nlnvut of a large O'orinan IJUhcrtu nda huji not Imd her hlmro of Uorinnn inunl- gmtion, mnl jirolmbly the only rniwoij foi Uiiw IK- tlmt haw notmiOicJoiiOy urgrul lionqtiuniK. ItUtcJ bo bupMl thitfl. in the future CiiiindmriK M'jJI fu iho adopted cotnitryntul not cbjiftnncd its conooinifainLinconvetiiencpM flnd difllcul- lo n front prtKitfod within of nil the hixiiriiM of luivnticcd civili'- In Uiitt Kront and fertile Jimil; iho ono (liing that KUKK! riiM; nnd Hliip for Uiu ihriftj' boinrKUwdciv vtmii lidine nmrket foribe fiirm proiluce.- .Thiiivtre are now. figured of, :llic wuuy Inunph tbc.disKuJaUj pIjiinKj afoot or wHb ox he bttt an-oM Moryj-rind I he theuittclwri irjll flchJs uf grniu. .discovery M-n lime liiiice in the hilix about (en as won'iiA llio far Mm new froiu Two who ImvJ biitb but of ftll-Uio HpKlM wllli a rnch tntitiinl comfort ami Imve tljat nflat jkv ftir. Joyful to each fmtltiC-K ami iicrfM.loiiK, tolhii v cud of j Know reporl un cul Uratloii f u iho CbinMc province ni Kwan Irict, on tho vouUicnt KCA bonrd, -worms nro fitvilonlbe troe( ami ihcir nflk IK in a Hint IN ttixiUt (o tta fait PiUier, itiu a' two x on tomi of one Ihounuid in- ed In a torm mmh aud a x Lei- return to Monis for muken   

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