Winnipeg Free Press

July 06, 1874

Issue date: Monday, July 6, 1874
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Winnipeg Free Press July 6, 1874.

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 6, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba Li--; OlSn FREE PRESS, Pubf shed every lawful day, at 5 o'clock WINNIPEG, BY KENNY LUXTON. delivery ir. all of tlie city. Sir- gle lopies, Five cents each. AB-D-THTABE' STOKE. TIN AND S H E E T IRON W O R K TT A Y i- of yp'mnipeg aridiurroundirig cotmtry that they have I ADVERTISING HATES. r j Onejcoluinn, one month j column, one column, one 10.00 Half column, one month................ 18.00 Half column, one fortnight............. 10.00 Half column, 6.00 Quarter column, one month----.'.'.'...... 10.00 Quarter column, one fortnight........... S.OO Quarter 4.00 Eighth column, one month............ 6.00 Eighth column, one fortnight............ 4.00 Eighth column, one' week................ 3.00 cards of six lines and under, per month. Transient pci1 line, firfiit insertion, 8 cents, subsequent insertions, 2 cents. 2iTo advertisement inserted for less than IJuffs not published under any circumstances. Special notices 15 cents line each insertion. Advertisements specific in- Btrictions., insertrd until ordered out. JOH3ST A. KENNY, Wm. F. LTJXTOW, Proprietor. Editor. J. P.. CAMERON, City Editor. J. M. McCregor, Business Manager. containing matter for pulflication urast be addressed to., the those relating to advertisements or subscriptions, to the Business Manager. Oi Y. ALLOWAV'S Veterinary Establish- meni, Fort street, in rear of the Sick horses and cattle promptly jvnd carefully attended to. Colts taken in and trained to laddie and harness, and guaranteed to sariffaction. j_____________ jl6-m H. TALBOT, SURGEON :'DENTIST, Main street, Winipeg. One door south of the Davis Hotel, np stairs? Office nine a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays "executed. jl6-m KDBERT F.' JACKSON, Paint, r, Glazier, Pa- per hanger, is prepared to do painting decorating on the .shortest notice. A farjp invoice .of white lead, oils, etc., just received froiii England. Office nearly opposite the court hoijse, Main street. jl6-m MAP OF THE NORTHWEST TEEBITOR- ies, i 50 inches. Pricfs, plain, in poctet case, in pocket case, colored Serf post free -on receipt of. price. Mounted on 50 cants extra. Apply to P. G. LAURIE The Most Complete and Commodious in the 0-rea.t North West This Firm is prepared to Manufacture Tin and Sheet Iron Work on the shortest notice and at reasonable.rates. IMMIGRANTS will do -well to call and inspect our stock befere purchasing their Plows, Rakes, Reaping and Mowing Machines, Parmera' 'V5ragpn3 and Carts. All'.Bands of I'arm Implements always on 7aand. jl6-m je u JrtJCSi JL-J I Paper, Oi! Cloth, LOOKING CLASSES, !Mattrasses, and House Furnishing Goods, At CERRIE'S, Main street, head of Notre Dame. jl6-ai PHAEMACY. JAMES STEWART, DRUGGIST, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, Winnipeg, D'ealer in All; kinds of Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Perfumery, Toilet Articles, iptc. W. H. L Y O IN Main St., Winnipeg, WHOLESALE RETAIL -dealer in Dry Cooda arid Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, etc, Can't be beat in General Groceries, Ploitr and Feed, WINES AND LIQUORS, Confectionery. Orders taken for the Meadow King Mower and '____Dayton Hay Bake. Theirmometers for sale. jl5-m BLANCAEDIJARRISTERS- and Attorneys at Law, Conveyancers, etc, Office over McMicken Taylor's hardware store, Main street. JOHM F. BAIN.. jl6-m BLANOHAT.D. WM. CHAMBEE.S, opposite Grace Church, Dealer in every -description of Firearm, and am- munition for the same. sEepairs neatly done. il6-m ;AY1S HOUSE. HAVSRTY GRADY, Proprietors. Centrally street, Winnipeg. accommodation. First class Billiard Hall.' Trhe Bar is O K. jl6-m r HOUSE, R. H. CRONN, Proprietor, i'jl6-m______ Main street, "Winnipeg. VIEWS 0? MANITOBA and JJ TIBB IH Call at DUFITIN'S Photograph Studio, Garry St. Winnipeg, opposite. Cluti House, jlfj-m WALKJEB, BABBISTBtt, Etc., Etc., Winnipeg.. Office Main opposite the Merchants jl6-lrn EXCHANGE .HOTEL, conveniently situated on First street, Winnipeg. J, W. STEWART, PROPRIETOR. Everything new and first class. An elegant bar filled with choice liquors, jl6-lm HOLLAND, GUNSMITHS corner Main and Notre Dame streets. QTIES, Ammunition, and Sportismen's general out- fits, complete. Repairing a specialty.. Chargei! moderate. jl6-lm NE'vVS DEPOT, W. H. KIRK; -I i Winuipeg, Dealers in foreign and home papcirs; magazines, 'periodicals; etc., Etibseriptions taken for or other publication! jls-m CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND Vf FANCY GOODS. NOIRTHCRAyES, Garry street, opposite. Grace has now in stock the neatest and best assortment, of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Stationery, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, J etc., in the city'' Croquet Seta, Base Ball and Cricket Oorjda, Ste- reoBcopes and etc.. PERC8OOPIO SPECTACLES to suit all agea and Repairing. All work warranted. jlo-lm GOODS, ETO. WcLENACHEN MALLOCH, Main street, opposite the Queen's Hotel, Dealers in. GOODS, MILLINERY, FANCY Goods, Groceries, Boots Shoea, Taiior, Milliner, and Dressmaker, on the premises. to show gobdd. .jl6-ni ApKICULTU-EAL; WAREHOUSE. 4 C. D. McVICAR A CO., i General dealers in GROOliRIES, Rsady-Made Clothing, Boots and Shoen, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Seiwlnr MUohlnoB, Etc. 'v A stock atnd at exceediagly lpw! prices. i i Call and sen them. :.v JAS. HENDERSON CO Dealers in GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and Ready-made Clothing Consisting of Straw, Bannana, and Linen Hats, LINEN AND LUSTRE COATS, Dress, Regatta, and 'Oxford SILK, COTTON, AND MEH.INO Lio, a fall assortment of Cents' Ready-made Clothing. Gasry Street, west side. jl6-lm H AYE A CIGAR? FAIRBANKS, at the BON TON CICAR STAND, Shows the greatest variety; of the choicest and best flavored cigars in the city. CHANCE FOB A BARGAIN. -_- HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE BY AUCTION. ON TUESDAY, JULY 7m, AT 6.30 JP. M. J. M. McGregor will sell by public auction the, premises OE Notre street at present occu- piedrby 34r CollinB. The House (16 X...2D. oak logs, con- tains 3 good rooms'and s summer kitchen, also a dry cellar, 8 feetatquare. ;is also a warm animals, and a well of eiceliiCT.t water. The SO x 108, is'fenceid 5 and planted with CASH; Balance in-twelve months at 8.per cent. F rofti m bi na SIOUX MASSACRE INDIAN TOS8E AT Or Walhalla, 20 MHes West of 2 Half-Breed Families Butdieret Troops and Canadian tented Move West in Pursuit b! tfie Miifderert Supposed AttaDk m the B, i 1874. In teriise, exei ternent preYailing.m bina and vicinity in consequence of th of two Half-breeol families jeisterday near5 St.'PJoe, by of Sioiix, Indian aifrom the plains. A the 20th TL. S. try, under corn Capt.; left at' midnight for ;St. Joe.' It nnderstpdd' '..that. OoL French, leaves for West.wiitb Kis entire con% mand to-day, has tctidered his co-opeJrJt-' .tiOE... v >-'i- 6nevDerorraeskmSSorvelIe Grant are among those filled. "The ed about one thiindredl Fears are ez- prossed that they have committed depre- on the Boundary parties, ;as the horses they rode were all J' i, "T Shod; A party of women veBcapedi whom are Mrs. Emmerling. Miss Mager. The names of the persons feillfed are old EaptiBte; Delbrine} Baptiste Morin; and several children. After the parties escaped oh looking .back theycould see houses wigwams burning.. A party of, citizens leave thia noon lor St. Joe.' From St. Paul; Death of Hon. Robert Gunninghaai ST. PACL, Mmn.. July 6. Hon. Eobert Cunningham, of toba, died here Saturday morning.- He" was on his way home. From Ottawa. THE PACIFIC RAILWAY SURVEY, A Special despach; to the London Times says goyernmteiit .of Germany, Servia and Houminia have informed the European powers that f r" they have concluded an agreement to mutally protect their iaterests and po- sition agaiaet the'desigKB pf Turkey.1'. Anottiei Party En Rfjute for Here, OTTAWA, July 51. 1 Cunningham arid Lucas of Canadian Pacific Bailway engineering 'staff left last night roen for y snrvcy' the For hundred milea tresi. They do- nQt to have it completed before jfonir ;