Winnipeg Free Press

July 16, 1874

Issue date: Thursday, July 16, 1874
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Winnipeg Free Press July 16, 1874.

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 16, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba HTHE DAILY FREE PRESS, Published every lawful day, at 5 o'clock p.m., at WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, BY KENNY LUXTON. Twenty-five cents per week. Free delivery in all parts of the city. Sin- gle copies, Five cents each. ADVERTISING KATES. One column, one 30.00 One column, one I.. One column, one week................. 10.00 Half column, one month................ 18.00 Half column, one 10.00 Half column, one week.'.................6.00; Quarter column, one month............. 10.00 Quarter column, one 6.00 Quarter column, one week.............. 4.00 Eighth column, one month............ 6.00 Eighth column, one fortnight............ 4.00 Eighth column, one 3.00 Business cards of six lines and under, per month. Transient advprtising, per line, first insertion, 8 cents, subsequcnt.insertioius, 2 cents. No advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any circumstances. Special notices 15 cents per line each insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied by specific in- structions, inserted until ordered out. JOHN A. KENNY, Win. E1, LTJXTOS, Proprietor. Editor, J. R. CAMERON, City Editor. J. M. McGregor, Business Manager. containing matter for publication must be addressed'to the Editor; those relating to advertisements or subscriptions, to the Business Manager. MAP OF THE NOETH-WEST TEBKITOK- ies, 26 x 50 inches. 'Price, plain, in pocket case, in pocket case, colored Sent post free on receipt of price. Mounted on cloth, 50 cents extra. Apply to P. G. LATJBIE, or H. S. DONALDSON BBO. jl6-lm A GRICULTTJBAL! A large stock of REAPERS, MOWERS, SULKY RAKES, G- V. ALLOWAY'S Veterinary Establish- ment, Fort street, in rear of the new Cus- tom. House. Sick horses and cattle promptly and carefully attended to. Colts taken in and trained to saddle and harness, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. jlo-m CULTIVATORS, SCYTHED SNATHS, CRADLES, FARmERS' BOILERS, and Farming Implements of all kinds STOVES, WAGONS, BUILDING MATERIAL, and everything requisite for the Immigrant, AtJ. H. jl6-m HERE! ANOTHER ENTERPRISE. Something new for the City of Winnipeg in the shape of a 'first-class BOOK-BINDERY; and run by a man who knows his biz. periodicols bound to order. Old Books Fancy Cases and Ladies' Work Boxes D' go Scrap Books, Music Portfolios, and in fact anything you want that can be done in a bindery. J. M. MCGREGOR, Free Press Office. From Pembina Grasshoppers Breakfast at Pembina, MOUNTED POLICE MAKING GOOD TIME JH. TALBOT, SURGEON DENTIST, Main street, Winipeg. One door south of the Davis Hotel, up stairs. Office nine a.m. to 6 pirn., Sundays executed.__________________jl6-m ROBERT F. JACKSON, Painter, Glazier, fa- per hanger, etc., is prepared to do painting and house decorating on the shortest notice. A large invoice of white lead, oils, etc., just received from England. Office nearly opposite the court house, Main street. jl6-m BAIN BLANCHARD, BARRISTERS and Attorneys at Law. Conveyancers, etc. Office over McMicken Taylor's hardware store, Main street. JOim F. BAIN. jl6-m SEDLJSY BLANCHARD. WM. CHAMBERS, GUNSMITH, Garry st.. opposite Grace Church, Dealer in every description of Firearm, anc, am- munition for the same. Repairs neatly done. jl6-m DAVIS HOUSE, HAVERTY GRAEY Proprietors. Centrally strset, Winnipeg. Every accommodation. First class Billiard Hall The Bar is 0 K. jl6-m HOUSE, E. H. CRONN, Proprietor, i Main street, Winnipeg, JN STOCK, and offering at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES; gals. Coal Oil (first quality) Ibs shot, 250 Kegs Nails, 2OO Boxes Glass. A complete assortment of all lands HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of every description, Special attention given to ALL KINDS OF TPN AND SHEET IRON WORK AtLu ZL BENTLEY'S. _________ jlG-m o FFICE OF THE DAWSON ROUTE TRANSPORTATION 1 COMPANY. Post Office Street. 4 doors east of the Post office. jll3-m WEST LYNNE, July 16. The grasshoppers returned here last night and have completely destroyed the crops. means to .stop their ra- vages but by setting fires round the field. The smoke drives them out instantly. By this means a field of twenty ucres of wheat and barley has been saved. The ground is now literally covered with them. Persons report them laying eggs already. The farming community are completely discouraged. News from the Mounted Police; all goes well; they make twenty-five miles per day. PIONEEK FUENITUEE WAREHOUSE, Notre Dame street, has now -a full stock in all the lines in the trade. Undertaking a specialty BISHOP SHELTON Jtf ILJ LJ JfcUES, Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil Cloth, LOOKING GLASSES, Mattrasses, and House Furnishing Goods, At CERRIE'S, Main street, head of Notre Dame. jl6-m From St. Paul. THE CHICAGO F1RE---LQSS Regarding Attempted Assassination of FOE YIEWS OP MANITOBA and NOVEL- TIES IN PHOTOGRAPHY, Call at DUFFIN'S Photograph Studio, Garry St. Winnipeg, opposite Cluh House. jlS-ru DM. WALKER, BAEEISTEU, Etc., Etc., Winnipeg. Office Main street, opposite the Merchants Bank. jl6-lm HOTEL, conveniently situated JCj on First street, Winnipeg. J. W. STEWAET, PEOPRIETOE. Everything new and first class. An elegant bar filled with, choice liquors. jl6-lm MACEON HOLLAND, GUNSMITHS corner Main and Notre Dame streets. Guns, Ammunition, and Sportsmen's general out- fits, complete. Repairing a specialty. Charges moderate. jl6-lm EWS DEPOT, W. H. KIRK BRO Main street, Winnipeg, Dealers in foreign and home papers, magazines, periodicals, etc. Subscriptions taken for any newspaper or other publication. "WOOD! JJAHDWAEB. SMITH, MUNRO CO., Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, Main street, opposite Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg. Their stock is now very complete in the follow- ing lines: SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE STOVES AND TINWARE, BAR IRON AND STEEL, Varnishes, Oils, Turpentine, Etc. PHAEMACY. JAMES STEWART, DRUGGIST, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, Winnipeg, Dealer in All kinds of Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs' Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Etc. Wound is Considered Dangerous, Beecher-Tilton Scandal Some More Thermometers for'sale. jl5-m WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. AND FANCY GOODS. NORTHCRAVES, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, has now in stock the neatest and best assortment of ST. PAUL, July 1.6. Accounts of the great Chicago fire re- ceived last night sum up the loss at not estimated. The people charge the responsibility direct- ly upon the Fire Marshal as being glaringly inefficient, and' he in turn charges -the Board of Public Works ;fpr lack of water. Th e. main pipe on Clark street i s but 8 in ch es, on 3rd and 4th' Avenue 4 inches diariieter, sufficient to feed but two or three engines. The hose used "was of the flimsiest character and almost useless. The. blame seems pretty evenly divided. There will be temporary siispension of mail, facilities owing to burning of post office. Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to order. REAPERS AND MOWERS, Gang Plows, Breaking Plows, Sulky Rakes, and Wheelbarrows in great variety. A Choice Assortment of Electro-plated "Ware. i Agents for the Patent Aluminous and Ornamental Building Paper and Paper Carpeting. jlS-m Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Stationery, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, etc., in the city Croquet Bace Ball and Cricket Ste- and Canea, etc. PERO8COPIO SPECTACLES to .all apes and i Repairing. All work warranted. T0 LOAN on approved real estate. Apply jto JOHN BREDEN. over Henderson's store, Main street. Winnipeg. TDED SALOON, _______ in any quantity from one cord'to two thousand, Levee, foot of street. W. P. HYMAK. J17.m LENNON DEMMICK, Proprietors. Corner Garry and Assiniboine streets. Retired, quiet, orderly; thrt thirsty can here find the BEST IN THE dished up in the proper manner. little saloon 'round the corner. SELKIRK HpUSE, HTHSIT, H. HOUDE, Proprietor A first class house, good board, and a well tar- nished bar; .a r; ii3. Importers of and dealers in GROCERIES PROVISIONS, Main Street, Between Bentley'a and the Davis Hotel. The best assortment in our line; and: At the Lowest Rates id be had ia this market. stock. The town, of Iowa Falls was almost totally destroyed by fire on the 14th, The bill to regulate public., worship passeddts second reading in the of Commons yesterday without division." The attempted assassination of Bis- marck gives rise to almost unanimous opinion of German press in favor of stijji- pressing ultramontane teacning. Bismarck's wound is more dangerous than at first reported and he suffers con- siderably, inflammation having set Immediately after being shot he visited his would-be' assassin in prison and questioned him .regarding, his deed. Kullman declares he planned the whole thing'himself. -1'-'- scandal still beiijc; investigated; Moulton, a friend of itiiti. parties, says "he'does not wish to testify] necessary, and .the whple truth.. Beeoher does refused to 'testify on ground itEat ifie committee was bound; Beecber injiWay, butlpublic opinion seems to be ;batr, Tilton, jtinda Mmselff ii? ji- tight ;