Winnipeg Free Press

July 18, 1874

Issue date: Saturday, July 18, 1874
Pages available: 4
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Pages 1 - 4 of the Winnipeg Free Press July 18, 1874.

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 18, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba bit ilfj yd "Volume I. DAILY FREE PRESS, Published every lawful day, at 5 o'clock at WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, KENNY LUXTON. Twenty-five cents per Froe delivery in all parts of the Sin- gle copies, Five cents each. ADVERTISING RATES. One column, one month...... 30..CO One column, one IS.'O'O One column, one vceek...... "10.00 Half column, one raonth............. 18.00 Half column, one fortnight............. 10.00 Half column, one week......'.i... 6.0'0 Quarter cplumn, one month............. 10.00 Quarter column, one fortnight.........'... 6.00 Quarter column, one week.............. 4.00 Eighth column, one month............ 6.00 Eighth column, one fortnight............. 4.00 Eighth column, one week..........____, 3.00 Business cards of six lines and under, per month. Transient advertising, per line, first insertion, 8 cents, subsequent insertions, 2 cents. No advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any circumstances. 1 Special notices 15 cents per line each insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied by specific in- structions, inserted until ordered out. JOHN A. KENNY, Wm. F. LUXTON, 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. V. ALEOWAY'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.. jlG-m JH. TALBOT, SURGEON 'DENTIST, Main street, Winipeg. One door south of the Davis Hotel, up stairs. Office nine a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays excepted. jl6-m T> OBEET F. JACKSON, Painter, Glazier, Pa- JAi 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. JOHN F. BAIN. jl6-m SEDLEY BLA3TCHABD. WM. CHAMBERS, GUNSMITH, Garry st, opposite Grace Church, Dealer in every description of Firearm, and am- munition for the same. Kepairs neatly done. jl6-m D" AVIS HOUSBv HAVBRTY GHADY, Proprietors. Centrally street, Winnipeg. Every accommodation. First class Billiard Hall. The Bar is OK. .jl6.-m HOUSE, R. H. CE.ONN, Proprietor, jlS-m Main street, Winnipeg. OR VIEWS OF MANITOBA and. NOVEL- TIES IK PHOTOGRAPHY, Call at DUFFIN'S Photograph Studio, Garry St. Winnipeg, opposite Club House. jl6-m DM. WALKER, BARRISTER, Etc., Etc., Winnipeg. Office Main- street, opposite the Merchants' Bank. 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-l'm' ACHON HOLLAND, GUNSMITHS comer Main and Notre Dame streets. Guns, Ammunition, and Sportsmen's general out- fits, complete. Repairing a specialty. Charges moderate. jl6-lm "XJEWS DEPOT, W H. KIRK .BRQ. IN Main street, Winnipeg, Dealers in foreign and home papers, magazines, periodicals, etc. Subscriptions taken for any newspaper or other publication. TOOD! in any quantity from'onefr-cord to Leree, foot of W. F, HYMAH, J17-m MAE ies, 26 x 60 inches. Price, plain, in1 pocket case, ;.in.-pocket Sent .post free oh receipt; of on' cloth, 50 cents extra. Apply to P. G. LAURIEJ bitH. S. DONALDSON BRO. jl6-lm A large stock of REAPERS, MOWERS, SULKY-RAKES, --1' 1 PLOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, SCYTHES. SNATHS, CRADLES, FARMERS' BOILERS, and Farming Implements of all kinds STOVES, WAGONS, BUILDING MATERIAL, and everything requisite for the Immigrant, AtJ. jl6-m OOK HEEE! ANOTHER ENTERPRISE. Something, new for .the Cityi of in the shape'of a BOOK- ff I T 1 "Js and run by a man iwhp.knovr.s his biz; and other periodicals', bound to Books re-bound, v Fancy Cases and Ladies' Work Boxes V go up 'in style. Scrap Books, Music Portfolios, and in fact anything you want that can be done J. M. McCRECOR, Free Office. STOCK, and offering at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES: gals! Coal Oil (first quality) Ibs shot, 250 Kegs Nails, 200 Boxes Glass. A complete assortment of all kinds HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS i of every description. Special atterition; given to i ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON; WORK At L. R BENTLEY'S. TTARDWAEE. j SMITH, MUNRO CO., Wholesale and Retail I Hardware Merchants. 7f..-.-.iln Main street, opposite Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg, Their stock-is now Very coinple'te in the ing luies: SHELJ1 HARDWARE STOVES AISTD TEtTWARE, BAR IRON AND STEEL, Varnishes, Oils, Turpentine, Etc. i Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to order, REAPERS AND MOWERS, i Gang Plows, Breaking Pkws, Sulky Eakes, and Wheelbarrows in "great variety. A Choice Aiiortmont of Electro-plated Agent? for the. .Patent Aluminous and Ornamental Building. Paper.and Paper.Carpeting. T3 ED LENNON A DEMMICK, Proprietors. Corner Garry and Assiniboine streets. Retired, quiet, orderly; the tMrsty can here find the BEST IN THE CITY, dished up intha proper manner. t little saloon 'round the corner S1 LELKIRK HOUSE, ABTHCB niehed bar. :Ac ror- E OP. THE DAWSON ROUTE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. -1 4 doors east of the Post office. jll3-m FURN'iTp'EE WAREHOUSE, JL Notre Dame street, has'now stock' in all the 'lines'in the trader TJiidertaking jllOm BISHOP SHELTON. Qarpets, Wall Paper, Oil Cloth, LOOKING CLASSES, MattrasBes, and Hcmae Furnishing Goods, At CERRIE'S, Main.street, head of Notre Dame. J16-m.- JAMES STEWART, DRUGGIST, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, Winnipeg, Dealer in .All kinds of Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs' Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Etc. Thermometers for. sale.. jl5-m :JEWELBT, AND FANCY "GOODS. rlORTHGRAVES, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, has now in stock .the neatest and b.est.assortment Clocks, Watches, Jdwelry, Stationery, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, j etc., in the city r, Croquet Bale and Cricket Ste- reoBCOpea Oanec, etc. PEKOBOOPIC BPEOTACLES to all and Repairing. All.workwarrantied. jl6-lm TO LOAN on appripveci real estate: Apply to' JOHN over'Henderson's Main istreet, Winnipeg. Importers of and dealers in- GROCERIES A PROVISIONS, "Main Between Bentley's and the Davis Hotel J Tlie At the Lowest Rates examination of our jll4-m J gV 'j. Gebffrion- Walks Over the I rack Alow FROVENCHER NOMINATOi 31st PROX, chores... The nqmination for -is fixed for the From St. AccEssip OF FIJI mm. THE CARLICTS KICK ONCE MOHL Destructive: Fire in AND STILL ANOTHER IN ENGLAND. BISMARCK IS CONVALESCENT. Indians Still on the War Patt. Beecher Goes For Tiltcn Lliely. Si: 18. n The Earl of Carn'ary-on, Seeretarj: :of State ,for the Colonial pepartinent, stated in the Souse'of Lords yesterday, that TShgian'ct was 'ready 'to of Fiji Islands, if made a J-I !_____4_ Madrid journals statev have' seized prisoners, and ,children on Jtay of UM to be 'Bh'bt; iri1 case of attack by.' thS JiepuC ..Ther'e was a a stibarD '6f on Tn.urs'day. ss-1 __ _ _ arjn'edVat iRothejphite, Englandj yester- '.'Bismarck aroyer but' yesterday. Tiie sidwiy .imprby-ingl V; Beecher. has written' deny- ing fully and 6xplicjitly..'any''improper Tiltba'a -wi'fe, and: iaya the letter ;Tiltbn's forgiyenesSi was'writteii be'cause he, 'Beecher, Lad advised Mrs..Tilton to leave Tilton was running after Mrs. hull. Kioka, Apache In- dians are on rampage in .and had a fight with TJ.. S. were re- pulsed on the .Pallas. i. OSTrf'a nugget of Saskatchewan'Gold from m Watch'Ghain, Ofe will Repaid for its'return to this, office. JUT-. C, O. O.TF. meigt everjr alternate Monday at o'cloclc, over Snyder Anderson's Btore. Brbthersbf invited to attend, jllfm A; wfll be rt- j; thp undersigntd: ;np' night for the. erectipn; dwlling-houM. Foe 'Vr'...v ;