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SPEECHES BY DISTINGUISHED CANADIANS & AMERICANS.
GREAT AUCTION S A LE OF
ST. VINCENT TOWN LOTS
XJISriDER THE MAGIC fIAMMER OF 1 THE
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The great Winnepeg Real Estate Auctioneer, under the auspices of P. T. Kavanagh, Esq., the Popular Saint Paul
THE BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE.
The thriving town of St. Vincent, was a few weeks ago purchased from the St. Paul, Minneapolis &' Mani-
. tot>a Railway Co. and R.W. Johnson, by a syndicate of -:,-.~ : >.-_
Headed by Manitoba's Real Estate King, A. W. Ross, Esq,, M. P. P. Immediately the property was placed
• On the market in Winnipeg, under the hammer of the
who lias sold four millions worth of Manitoba mud in four months. The sale was a grand success. The
Proposition was to build a great
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On the International Boundary. Line, by the Mutual Co-operation of Canadian and United States Capital.
' Five sales in Winnipeg have netted $102,000, and now the owners have come to St. Paul to ask the people
Of this great city to
SECOND THE MOTION
OfffWinnipeg in this attempt to develop a great International City where nature designed there should be
#ne, on the Northwestern Boundary. Winnipeg has done her duty and we know St. Paul will do hers,
consequently St. Vincent is an assured success.
It is well known that the C. P. R. R. Co. have an •
.Of the Canadian Northwest carrying trade, hence but one American railway can find entrance to John Bull's j
territory of the Northwest; it is the Canadianized St. P. M. M. Therefore all other , railways, such as the '
Northern Pacific, the Duluth & Winnipeg, the Moorhead branch of the C. M. & St. P., and other lines are
centring at St. Vincent, which will make that place a % ; i r
GREAT RAILROAD CENTER.
The people of St. Paul are aware that Minnesota's representatives in Congress have secured the passage of a
•- Bill making St. Vincent the
PORT OF ENTRY
For the Canadian Northwest, and that $20,000 have been appropriated for the erection of a magnificent new
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Near the great transfer freight station now going up. This is the greatest opportunity ever offered the peo
ple of St. Paul. Lots bought at present prices will sell for ten times the amount in three months. 7< We rec
, ommend mechanics to v . v-^**'-- "-■■■" ' ' f '!
Club together and form Syndicates
ST. PAUL, SUNDAY MOBBING, APiilL 16, 1882.
And buy one or two blocks each.
THERE ARE 500 LOTS
To be sold without reserve in the best part of the town, and purchasers will be given till May Ist to
examine title, which is absolutely perfect, and to complete sale. Terms very liberal, made known at the
time of sale. ' 0
THE GKOWTH OF ST. VINCENT
Is already very extensive for a young town, and situated at the intersection of the boundary line with the
Red River of the North, and being the convergiig point of all the United States railways seeking entrance
to the 'Canadian northwest, it will undoubtedly become one of the
Great Cities of the Great Northwest.
A new transfer freight station is about to be erected, and will be completed in a few months; also the Dis
trict work shops. St. Vincent has one very large elevator, and another is going up. There are over 700
enterprising people in the town, and Canadians are rushing in daily. One Canadian from Kingston, Ont.,
is building, and will shortly open a mammoth
Wholesale Grocery and Liquor Store-
Aod although St. Vincent has already one of the finest hotels, the Northern, north of St. Paul, yet the
Canadians are putting up another
TO OOST OVESH 810O f OOO,
To be called the INTERNATIONAL. Buildings of erery kiml are going up since the boom began, as fast as lumber can be
procured. The town has one of the finest Central School Buildings ia the State, four churches, and will be sure to have a
Over 5000 Canadians and Yankees inside
of another year.
As the, credit terms are very liberal, $25 will enable a man to make an investment in this town, and the opportunity should
not be lost. There was never a better chance for
MECHANICS AND WORKWOMEN
Nor has the real estate market of St. Paul afforded such an opportunity for
CAPITALISTS AND SPECULATORS
Invest in St. Vincent, and show that you have as much faith in your own country as Canadians have. Dont forget
Monday Evening, at Sherman Hall. *
A. McQUEEN, Agent for Vendors.
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