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   Manitoba Daily Free Press (Newspaper) - December 6, 1892, Winnipeg, Manitoba                               AT ANY IX UBLIVSKV ROCTKSIJI..... WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 6.1892. THOMPSON'S CABINET." NO 130 AHTUSE, STABLE AND FLOWING WELL ON Magnus street. Apply to A. McPherson, 87 Lome street, city. TO FEW DESIRABLE OFFICES IN the Donaldson block lor rent at a low rental. For particular, apply to Oso. F. 0. Harns, 451 Main street. ____ -I7IUB SALE-A BRICK VENEER HOUSE AND choice lot on William street, cheap. James oott, real estate agent, city. MC1STYRK BLOCK-OFFICES ON FIR9T i-ample rooms on seoourl flats. All well and ooinloitob'y heated by hot water. Rents to caretaker or to the exeootora cf Alex. Molotj re. T-10R SALE-TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY 1 land within 1J miles oJ Rosier Sta- on. A snap for cash. James Scott, real estate ;ent. _______________ TTOUSBS TO RENT-A BRICK VENBERED H house of Reven icoina on Proud atreet, 818 per month a i.umber of others in different parts. Ap- ply to Gordou S Suckling, S71 Main street, telephone Dnllvored for 20 cents per week, Tocper month per quarter To any address In Oanadtv orU. S. EITMK.R PAPER, 510 a 5 lor six mouths. S3 for three mouths. TO LET-A NICE, NEW. WARM, WELL BLItT houaa 7 rooms, woodshed and summer kit- chen 473 Carey street; 20th Dec in- quire" of E.GalbMlth. Market Square or at tlOUSO.____________ C10BSALE TBRRAOE OF TH8EE HOUSES, situated in the H. B. H.: can be Bold at a bar- tin For full particulars a-i to price, terma, etc., pply to Qeo. P. R. Harris, 451 Mala street. appears aiso extra IiING in the MoRXiro EDITION in the Evening Edition without day, per wteX, 'ai-'vcrMwrneiH charged to account for lesa "I T-lOR GOOD HOUSES ON H. B. F Reserve, centrally situated in flnt class repair v7ry oomiortiblH with all modern convemenoea and improvements. Immediate possesalon. btewart and Hoare, 435 Main St. ________ jrovinoe for i---- treet, Winnipeg. HOUSE IN SOUTH END TO RfcNT-525 Of par month also one in centre of city at 00 Fine central lot in Fort Rouee, cheap if told at once. Chambrc, GiundyfcCo., Estate Agents, 34S street. KITCHEN OIRLS; lllGIIKSI Apply to tbe matron at tht NOE A LADY E-A Apply, paisona'.ly. WateroxH l.nKme TTrANTED-GOOD PLAIN COOK, no Vv insf- Must, have references. Apply Mrs W. GOOD STEADY OOM51EKCIAL TFD-A job printer. sit. Apply to J. N TWiN-TED-l COMPETENT W ia kept. Apply Mrs. F. t. d ElUcPe' BtreeU, opposite Grace Kelly Bros. S Co.. 208 Portage avenue. V-IOR KENT-THREE FLATS ON MAIN STREET F oppSo.P.H. offlce. Fino Sliuation Top flat suitable lor or Society Sent re.scnable. Orotty i Cross, .ea estate agenta, 194 street. mr> 1 10th Are. South for ?S.OO po T Sh, (7 No. Lain.trsst o 10th St., Nonh. S7 per month also Youn feoSir 'orJSfiS X? rerlair For particulars apply to KllloH McOrear i 3S7 Main street. imn RENT-NO STREET, TH I comfortable residence lately occupied by Joh (Alt Heited with hot air furnace, bathroom avenue and 2nd street south.___________ IPS4OPBKWIB8 FOK BAtiK. n CHOICE MAIN ST. in business centre. Apply to L. ain street. TTOOD CLAIMS T AM ARAO AND POPLAR lY for Bile. A rev good claims 2iO acres each. Tom two to four miles ot Tyndal, Man. John F. alJwell, office No. 11, Oaldwell Block. __________ ANOTHER FORECAST OF THE NEW GOVERNMENT- Oostfgan Secretary of State, Angers Minister of Agriculture and Patterson Tafcea Department. the Militia rO EXOHANGE-180 AORE9 OF FIRST CLASS land near Winnlpee, will be exchanged lor city. Owner will give to S300 caah in a ex- harKe Apply to Glints ik Co., real estate agents} 21 Main street. ______ IDE SALffi-AT A BAEOACJ IF SOLD THIS r month, an improved farm of 840 acrea on Jo- Oraek, the beat farming district also aome unlmprovwJ lota. Peter George, 377 S OanoJ St., Chicago, 111._______________ NEW YEAR GIFTS-FOB! ROUGE LOTS, SO feet by 120 leet to a Inno, at WO each.. Ten per cent cash; five per cent monthly without inter- For maps and particulars apply at 2j3 McDer- mot street. Torrens title. ____ -nOR SALE-MULLIGAN AVErtUS WEST SIDE P of PortaEe avenue, 50x122 feet to a lane- S400. Boundary street, sou'h cJ Portage lota feet to a Easy terms. 0. H. Enderton, 2SO Portage avenue. OIIAWA, Daa. IB the latest forecast of the new ministers Prime Minister and Minister of Justice- Sir John Tnompaon. Public Trade and Railways and Secretary of Minister of Boater. Minlader of Marine and Minister of the Preaidfinti of the Without Frock Smith and Sir John Comptrollers or XJader aad John-IT. Wood. Solicitor-General- J. J. Curran, KaaOTIATING FOB TIMBBH LIMITS. Negotlnt'isnu have been going on between the executora of the lute Jam SB McLaren and a syndicate of American capitalists, repte- THREATENED WITH VIOLENCE- An Attempt made to Intimidate Magljs- tratefl in Ontarlb. WHITBT, One., Dao. Baker and his hired man Longford have been committed for trial on a charge of feloniously shootinp Palmer, who was recently killed by Lingford while he was to'ubirjg Baker'a poultry house. The coroner's jury acquitted them, but the Grown look the matter up. A eenaation was created by the magislrates announcing that they had received letters threatening them with violence i! they oommittad the prisoners for trial.______ THE CATTLE EMBARGO. GARDNER PLEDGED TO REMOVE IT FROM CANADIAN STOCK It Is Proven That no FJenro Fneu> monia Exists in the Dominion- Breeders Sleeking to Make the- Law More Stringent. s, 5 chairman of the T7IOR SALE OHKAP-A .FINE BLOCK OF POCB F lots on the aoutheael corner of William streets. The electric street railway wiB pass this property In about a month's time. Apply to Oar- ruthers A Brook, 463 Main street.______ noAACRE FARM FOR SALE, 115 ACRES 320 under cultivation and fenced, small house aid stable, plenty of water lor stock; fine Sue-half rn'lle from station; easy terms. Apply to W. B. Qillett, P. O. Box 248, Winnipeg. T- AKDS FOB THE BEST OR ON AND districts of Manitoba and the Northwest imoroved and wild lands; maps and hats g'vtng improved wr ting, mention met RffNT-A NW FR4ME DWELLISO CON- T Sought rooms. Stone foundation, heated of Main and MoDerm itt streets. _ _ THAT SPLENDIDLY SITUATED T zrS floor offiop in the Donald.cn block. Main street, Winnipeg. ELEVATOR BCTKNED. FR SALEOR RTNT-WAREHOUSE ON POINT Doutfas ave. feel at junction of Oana, Joad! ApTy tofpieaentlccupanta. G. F. Stephens i Co., Market street east. h ByuulOKGa ot sented by Oollioa of Jersey, for the sale no the latter of MoLaren'e aod other property at BuckloRuam and limits in the Llevro distrlob. They will cloned thia week. Tho prioa la stated to be PBHPAEINO FOB AN EMKHGBNOY. A. Wood, M.P.P. of Haatingn, Is bare. Is la underatood hia visit ia In oonneosion with oho representation of Bowell's onnatituenoy. If tbs nUniaser o( the sjoes to tha San- ate, IS is most likely that Wood will run for Hastings as the Government candidate. M'INTOSH FOB THS N. w. covERNOB3HiPi Tho report is afjain revived that 0. H. Mo- Intosb, be appointed lieutenant- governor of the Northwest Terriliorlea. Gift to Laval Uulveisity. MONTBEAL, Deo. ia reported that ihe of St. Sulpllcs decided to eiva'SlPO.OOO aod a lot of valuable land to Laval university. Vlrden Elevator Together Witli Bushels of 'Wbaat Totally Destroyed. VIBDEK, Dec. elevator, one of the beet of the company's elevators in Mani- toba, was totally destroyed by fire this even- ing, together with all the machinery and eon- latter including about bushels of wheat. All ol this wheat belonged to the company, with the exception of a couple o! thousand buahela stored by private parties. The fire started In the roof of the engine house at five o'clock and was b? means of the driving belt to thwroof cf elevator proper, and soon tha whole structure was a rnsiw of fUmes and nothing could ba Raved The total loss ia estimated et about 000, a third of which IB on the grain acd the'balB-nee being on the building and nwihi- nery. li is aaid here that the loss ia fally covered by insurance. BARRICADED IN A CHURCH- Tno HlK'i Constable of Montreal Breake Down Oburcli Doors to Arrest the Trneteea. Dec. trnatees of the board ot agriculture, been pledged on be half of the Government that the rebtrietioD recently imposed upon Canadian oatlle im- ported into Britain and Ireland will be- removed eta soon aa Canada has proved be- yond a doubt that the Dominion Is free ot pleuto-pneumonia. Tbe high cnncmieaionew has communicated with the Dominion author- ities to have the necessary insp- o'.iun made nod proof of the immunity from the disease forwarded to London. Mann while thoeo interested In dhe Canadian cattle trade, particularly in BootUod, keeping up the agitation to have the eohednle against Canadian at once removed, maintaining that no oasea of pleuro-pneumonla were fuiad to havB cxlow.d In any Imported Canadian The owners of the imported oaasle trtdi are not, however, idle. They forming clubs which are now urging the baard of agriculture to secure tbe rtqalrirg that all foreign stock be alBnghtered atlbecort o! landing, whether contagloas dlaease is reported to exlat in the pountry from which they are reported or not.. iD8 Soottif-h asaociation, the SmtthneSd c'.ab aad other agricultural bodiea are sharing in this movement. BOARD AND ROOMS. _ MABWOOD-S-OOBKKB .treeta, opposite Tine large room aW0ou iJotre Dame enat. lerms moderate. WARM COMFORTABLE ROOUS TO LET with 1-ood board, In private houae. A EO vacancies lor table loarderf. 413 Rcss street. GENTLEMEN CAN BE Bennett's, fortable. FOR Child ITatally Scalded. Deo. 5 IF. S. CONGRESS OPENED. Session of the 52od Oon- TJsual Scenes. WASHINGTON, Deo. Tho second sension, of the opened at noon to- UBual aoenes and crowded gal- air ol jollity pervaded new church of Gabriel nod the parish priests are loggerheads over the quality ol the work done by the contractor. Taa trua- haan nnnrnpd bha navmentj of the contractor teesoppCBea sao u An air ol lomty pervaueu ouuii againso Ho on- khn late nohtloal eleven cljuQillKlfil, vjna., ji'aw. "tj---- moths' old colld ol Thoa. Basted pulled a Boiling water over Ito'elf and was luoklinR, 374 M.iln 34. tR SALE-THREE HOUSES ON JEMIMA Btreet, west of Isabel. The property u in goott on iTiheld F5r full particulars as to prioe, terms, apply to Qeo. F. R. Harris, 461 Mafn street. ONLY. BUILDING LOT3 IN FORT 20 Rouge. Slzj 2B.U20 feet to lane 20 feet wdty Terms S5 'oasa, balance 55 per month. Torrens Mtles. Call and see plan Mills, Real Kstate Agent, Telephone MoDermot street._________________.------- A Sarlona Fall. TpitfeTO, Dec. old aoWier named Richatd Lcckhart fell down stalls while intoxicated thus evening ond fractured hia ekntt badly. jro founa in ahlr> marKeo. sue church On hto .p- lhe time slnc3 the late political preach they barricaded the door, and it was ahaking and mirth early Ssceasary for him to procure a force of p.hce "rTSTVxe PThS became epidemic. The Democrats naturally ofiarel no further resUtanol wera admit- I but theKepubhcMUi ted to bail. MANTLE MRS. JAOK30A, DRES3 'AND MAHT1.U ot Wright Broa., London Houae, haa removed to 1JO 6th avenue north (Boas Scalettes a speoialty. SIR JOHN CAN'T ACCEPT Sb.o Premier UnaWe to 4 coept tbe InTlla- were jabibnt and joyful, but if obey fell any grle'.certainly did not show it. The sUiona were brief in both Senate and Houae, end upon the receipt of notice from the president that be would send a menage to to morrow both branches adjourned. H BMISH, TLPMBEa, SIEAM, WAT- tlonoIMontroal Political Clubs. 1WV. A GO MOHEUUL, DSC B -A letter waa received H LUUliib LlUfc A W. thia morning'from Sir John Taomp.on, .he premier, stating that he oonld not present Anotber Keport Begordlns the aooepd the joint Invitation of the Young Con-1 r.r nnlnth Win- 6ervative and Bit John A. Macdonald olnbs to a dinnei or public meeting which it is pso- poaed to hold In Montreal an early date. Sir John regrets that his bnalness engage- ments prevenla the acceptance ol the in- er and- hot -all tter. ona Nona bnt Iho beat workmen amo'-oysd. lalepbone vi bat ion. ive-ue north, William street. ____________ -DONALDSON BLOOK BOOMS TORHIBHITO Tacanolea, AfFNTS WANTED OVER TH3 ENT1R3 _A COMFORTABLE ROOM AND d in private fimily by married man; con. Main street. State terma per month. Addresa Box 30, Free Press boo "to commence jin.l-t.lS93.. Application I laiDliy lor liiree bU'rderaarUept; rooms very warm and well on kli RAILWAY SUBSIDY MISUSED- UUUtb t.U ViUii'Mn. uv -j f" will be received up to the DeCT Appl> s-lary at.d enclose references to J. i. K- Plympton, Man. 4 .ouinEon, o. E. McGregor, proprlelur Xel. 207. TTTAXTED-WSLt. EDUCATED YOUNO MAN W about 18 cars old for country store Man, or married couple, with ?eOO to S300 on good security to j.in another in business near oitv. General aer- vanls. housekeeper for country, chimbirmaida and laundreases. Married_ couple want places toge' her, citv or country. Aliens em plojmeni 517 Main street, TITAPTED-TKACHER WANTED FOB THE VY achcol, No 78; second or third clasa in-le or Jpmale; male p.tterrea, dutiia to commence Jan. 1st, twijlvfj L" wid 1'ft ficelvid tteaa., ManitouV 6-, Man. secretary of the Commlaslor. In Connection Wltb. the Montreal acd Sort-1 BaUway. MOSTEEAL, DSC. oommissiooe appointed by the Quebec government to In- veatigate the afialra of the Montreal Sorei u, Railway On., made public their report malioloua purpoaea. The report'deolarea that there conalder- I able irregulariiry In sonneotlon with the pay- men4of theaubaidyol byjhe nui Absorption of the Dnluth Win- nipeg by the Great Northern. Doc. is that when Hill, of tha Great Northern rfiturns trom York he will have acquired a con- trolling Interest in the Doluth Wtnnlpepr road, and thai this line will donbtless soon become B part of the Great B wther, system. AND AGAIN H: IS.UKS1KD... DnurrH, Dec. 5.-General t Winnippg, to-night Drtxtib whabftver la the rumoc tale of the road to thw CrrsBi tbinka was put afloat for JAY GOULD'S FUNERALi men3 01 nno and recommends thai in future no subsidies be paid in advance. CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT. 7AS1F.D-A SITUATION AS A COOK IN A mullh-.tcl. Apply M. W., Emerson Po3t- ce, Man. 23, Free EN-GMiH PESS10SBR, AQE 2S, WANT! situation in any oapi.ciiy. Capable antl ini; to work. Ex-ellent testimonial) and references, -'53. Free Press ANTED- SI BY COMPETENT Vy bookkeeper; cood refprence given, also nt Ix-oUi t" keep liy him- t'me at h's di frj sOHicc. w ANTED S-TUiTION BY ENERGETIC onnsr as Ir.volce clerk, .iv ripacitv. Inrt-or work knowledge ol'Frenih. Apply Box 34 
                            

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