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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 7, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba I DAILY FREE PRESS, Published every lawful day, at 5 o'clock p.m., at WINSITUG, MANITOBA, BY KENNY LUXTON, Twenty-fire cents per week. Free delivery in all parts of the city. Sin- gle copies, Five cents eacJi. ADVERTISINa RATES. One column, one 30.00 One column, one 18.00 One colnrnn, one week................. 10.00 Half column, one month................ Half column, one fortnight............. 10.00 Half column, week................. 6.00 Quarter column, one month............. 10.00 Quarter column, one fortnight............ 6.00 Quarter column, one week..........___ 4.00 Eighth column, OHO month........___ 6.00 Eighth column, one fortnight........___ 4.00 Eighth column, one week................ 3.00 Business cards of six lines and under, pet- month; i Transient advertising, per line, first insertion, 8 cents, subsequent insertions, 2 cents. No advertisement inserted for less than Puffj not published under any circumstances. Special notices 15 cents per line insertion. A unaccompanied by specific in- structions, inserted until ordered out! JOHN A. KENNY, Wm. i'. "LTJXTON, Proprietor. Editor. J. R. CAMERON, City Editor. J..5W. McGregor, Bufiiiiess Manager. containing matter for publication must be addressed to fte Editor; those relating to advertisements or subscriptions' to the Business Manager. REAPERS, MOWERS, SULKY RAKES, PLOWS, HARROWS, SCYTHES SNATHS, CRADLES, FARMERS' BOILERS, and Farming Implements of all kinds STOVES, WAGONS, BUILDING MATERIAL, and everything requisite for the Immigrant, CV. ALLOWAY'S Veterinary Establish- merit, 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 guarantee! to give satisfaction. TH. Main street, Winipeg. I One door south of the Davis Hotel, upjstalrs. Office nine a.m. to 6 _ executed. AtJ, H. STOCK, jl6-m BOBERT F. JACJCEON, Paint, r, Glazier, Pa- per hanger, etc., is prepared to do. pain ting and house decorating on the shortest aoliss. A invoice of white lead, oils, etc., just revived from England. Office nearly opposite the court Jbouse, Main fitreet. jlim MAP OF THE NORTH-WEST TERBITOR-1 ies 26x50 26x50 inches. Price, plain in pocket case, in pocket case, colored 5 oV bent post free on receipt of price.. Moiinted on cloth, 50 cents extra. Apply to G. LAURIE or H. S. DONALDSON BRO. jl6-irn BLANCHARD, BARRISTEBS and JJ Attorneys Law, Conveyancers, efc. Ofhce over McMicken Taylor's hardwad: store, .Main street. BEDLBY and offering at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES: gals. Coal Oil (first qxiijdity) Ibs shot, 25O Kegs Nails, 200 Boxes Glass. A complete assortment of all kinds HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, etc. AQHICTTLTURAL JCMPLEMENTS 'of every description. Special attention given to ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK At; L. R BENTLE Y'S. From Pernbina From SIOUX MASSACRE ____ CHAMBERS, GUNSMITH. Garry opposite Grace Church, .Dealer in every description of Firearm, and am- munition for the same. :t _ Repairs reatly done. GRADY. TRAVIS HAVEETY Proprietors. Ce-utrally Main street, -Winnipeg Every accommodation. First class Billiard-Hall HOUSE, B. H. CRONN, Proprietor, J'l6'm __ Main street, Winnipeg.'" ;.Tp03 VIEWS OF: MANITOBA TIES IN PHOTOGRAPHY, Cal1 at SAFIN'S Photograph Studio, J16-m DM. WALKER .BARRISTER, Etc., Etc., _ Winnipeg. t. _ i Bank. Main street, opposite tho Merchants HOTEL .tfirst street Wanrripee STEWAET, PROPRIETOR ewand first class. .An elegant 'bar g'led with choice liquors. jlG-lm ACEON HOLLAND, ACOrner Main and Notre DaK-e streets s, Ammunition, and SpqrUpiea'sgsnend ont- fits, complete Charges moderate; jl6-lia JJABDWAEE. V SIVIITH, MUIMRO CO., Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, Main street, opposite Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg! i Thoirstock is now very, complete in the follow- ing lines: SHELF HEAVT HARDWARE STOVES AND IRON AND STEEL, Varnishes, Qils, Turpentine, Etc. Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to order; REAPERS AND MOWERS, Gang Plows, Breaking Plows, Siilky Rakes, and Wheelbarrows in great variety. i A Choice Assortment of Electro-plated IVa Agenti? for the Patent Aluminous and Ornamenta and Paper Carpeting. FURTHER IT PEMBIKA, July Tth. The'party of Sioux -that committed the murders numbered only eight. They came at 11 o'clock to Delorme's house and asked for something to eat; Dclorme said that they had better tie their hordes before eating, and accompanied them, with his son; out of doors for the pur- pose when thoIndians tired upon them, killing them1. The trial oif the Sioux shows that there must have been about a hundred in the v: 3inity. i The murderers then went to the house ofMorin, where they killed the owner and some others; t'.here tio chil- dren killed, most of them escaping. A young child lying on a bed house was unharmed. None of the victims were scalped. The Indians said to Morm, before mur- dering him, that they had come to re- venge the murder of some relatives in he west. A theory of how the Indians came to be possessed of shod horses in this that they secured the horses of the Mounted Police which were lost in the late stam- pede. It is not at all unlikely that the stam- pede was created by these Indians. Intense excitement prevails. The surviving :St. Joe settlers have rallied together and will move in here. The river is very high. LATER. later news from St. Joe except that the Indians had left in- the direct- ion of Pembina mountain. It is also reported that two Sioux were seen two niO.es-south-west of Kellers .Point yes- terday afternoon it is also reported that the Sioux shot the sentries and stampe- ded sixty mnles and horses at Fort Lin- coln, opposit Bismarck last Friday. The excitement here is abating. BRUSSELS A BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS !H COM, United States and England-go for Spain. LONDON, July 6. V In fche House of Lords to-day the Earl of Denbigh asked whether England was to be represented in tKe Brussels 'Coii- grese. He said paper; relating to it.had an underhand appearance. "The pro- gr-amsne-of the so-called universal socie- !.y Indicated that.it ,was primarily de- signed to promote humanity' partieular- Jy in relation to the treateaeni. of pri- soners of war. It now appeared- that the Jimperor of Russia favored the whole iiitauv The programme contained arti- dealing with every contingency of war and some .of the proposed, rules might cripple naval actions. 'THo Eaii of Derby, Secretary of State lor foreign department, replied that a ieeling ofun- eatuness was not .at or-un- The British Government had uelerreU'-its answer to the invitation'to THE branch.of.'the Canadian Bank of ommerce at entered by purglafs, who gained admission to the vault by' compelling the accountant, who-sleeps on thepremises, to open the door, after which they .gagged him. Theyr failed, however, to force the safe, and their.sppil amounted 'to onlv about n the convention till the last moaient. It gave no particular en- couragement to the project, but as 'all .the great European powers had cogent- ed to., take part, in a. Confess which aimed at the mitigation of suffering it was thought then an absolute and ua- conditidnal refusal would be liable tb misrepresentation and the -Governmtsnl had therefore decided toaccept the invi- tation. JUST RECEIVED, TRUNKS TRAVELING-BAGS A Large Stock. "W. PALMER CLABKE, WOOD I Pealers l Mam street, foreign and periodicals, etc. f jl6-m other in any quantity from oiie cord to two thousand Levee, foot of W. F. HYMAN. jlt-in THE suspension oithe Ipng.established banking firm of Turner Broa.. Philadel- phiais announced.7 'TWELFTH OF JULY! THE LOYAL f ORANGEM Ell of Manitoba -will celebrate the 184th anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne by assemblirig in tha Lodge Room, on Sunday, at two o'clock They will proceed, to Holy T inity Church at'3 p.m, where a special sermon will be preached by' the Rev Samuel Pntchard, St Paul's. A collection will be taken up in aid of the fimc of Winnipeg General Hospital. On Monday; 13th cf July, The Brethren will meet in their Lodge Room at 9 o'clock a.m., and headed by their Orange District Band will inarch in PROCESSION down Main street to the beautiful grove of Mr Bannerman, near St John's Cathedral, on Red Bi- be held, and everything, such as tab! feats .'STB) etc., in. readiness- for .enjoyjng puoocent araasements, and .spending; a dayK.j, Vl hcyeral Hpeakertr will deliver short addressei. Dinner will served by Mr Joeeph DeVlin, of this Eureka Hottse. f ickert f 1 ench: to be p-1 r cured from the committee and on ,the grpurid; .cordiallyJnvitedAo attend. July 6. A Havana letter of recent, date .says the misery and want existing in that city is great, and as a consequence crime has increased to .a fearful extent, the columns of the ..-papers being daily .filled- with assassination and robbery The jails 'are literally packed with criminals and it is reported that the Captain Gen- ;erai n as ordered a part of the Island of Aeries to be converted into a correct- ional or penal colony for criminals and that a military colony be established there. PABIS, July 6. The Count de Ghambord issued a manifesto e.'airning'the throne of France, claiming he is the choice of the people. July 6. T_he Crown Prince Frederick William of and Princess Victoria his wife have ao-rjved at Kyde in. the Isle of VV ign t. A .re vol ut Jon has broken out in laiigiers. At last accounts the rebels the official Dispatches .from Madrid sav it is supposed, that active 'operations "will be resumed by the republicans in Navarre within, a fortnight. .The garrison of Bilboa having been1 mnch weakened by the departure of re- to the of the Horth has withdrawn its -advanced position putsideithe town.; The-IJnited States have demanded re- ibr'the, year, and a erisisjia expedited SpanisEriMinister, been a-ecalled. rf has tion BritiRh snbjetitsr now with; the cable l_i_'-t
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