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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 10, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba Volume I. DAILY FREE PRESS, Published every lawful day, at 5 o'clock p.m., at WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, BY KENNY LUXTQN. Birr s-'-lf 'T IT- REAPERS; MOWERS, Subscription, TV gie oopies, Five'cents s PLOWS, ADVERTISIKra RATES. One column, one 30 00 One column, one week...... io'oo Half column, one is'oo Half column, one Half column, one e 00 Quarter column, one month......'. o'ot' Quarter column, one fortnight'.. e 60 i. Quarter column, one veek............... 4 oy Eighth one e'oo Eighth column, one fortnight..........'.. ,4.00 Eighth 3 00 Business cards of six lines and under, per mouth. Transient advertising, ,per line, first insertion, 8 cents, subsequent insertions, 2 cents. No advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any circumstances. Special notices 15 cents per line each insertion. Advertisements.'Tinaecompanied: by.specific in structions, inserted until ordered out. JOHN A. KENNY, Wm. P. LTTXTON, Proprietor. J. R. CAMERON, City Editor. M. McGregor, Business containing "matter "for publication must be addressed to the Editor- those relating to.advertisements or subscri ptions! to the Business Manager. SULKY RAKES, HARROWS, FARMERS' BOILERS, I j. and Farming Impleme MS of. kinds STOVES, BUILDING MATERIAL, and for ffie, At -J-. H. ASH DOWN CO. ;____.____._________________ jl6-m From Pembina THE GONE WEST, ftpors About the Sipur; inttlans, Etc, STOCK; PEMBINA, July 10. Col ,Fj-ench left for the Saskatchewan .with four troops of the.Police the fifth having, deserted ,'Ee iqllows the boundary-line! 'aud; expebts to have a brush'with'theBibu'x band'th'at massacred the at .St. V. ALLOWAY'S Veterinary Establish- in rear of the.new.Cus torn House Sick norses and" cattle promptly and rU Colt8'taken to jio-m and offering at THE VERT LOWEST PRICES gals, Goal Oil (first Ibsshot, 250 ke'g's iWaiJa, 20O Boxes JH. TALBOT, SUBGEON DENTIST Main street, Winipeg One door south of the Davis Hotel, up stairs Office nine a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundavs OBEBT F. JACKSON, Painter, .Gla- LiWr Prepared to do'painting, and hpuso deecnating- on the shortest rit lice n ete 11 TAP OF THE NOKTH--WEST TEBEJTOE- -LVJ. IBS, 26 x 50 inches. Price, plain, in pocket case, in pocket case Sent post free on receipt of ..price. Mounted on cents extra, '.Apply to P. G.' BliO. 'V assortment of all .kinds HARDWARE, STOVES. TINWAREjetc. ...cKO'.v'i" AGRICnTLTtiJRAL IMPLEMENTS of every Special attention given, to ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON At L, R BENTLEY'S. jl6-m --r r LONDON LiNCOLN ilj. make about .twenty-five miies per day, thus reaching. Elqw. Eiver iji two months, if he has' no Indian en ease-! the way. :plain huniers shj the police' horses are too' poor to reach A man in charge, was badly beaten at, jembina' by' a horse jthief named L are coming irl every day about a large Indian it was K -i. bound- reported here yesterday at six boun ary teamsters were "kilied ji but ;it fs -n generally ycreditedi1' tj -not Rr States: troopg Wednesday; being infantry and ImVin lothing but ambulances, they could not f sioux Grasshoppers in; Souifegrn '__ J I '.j PARIS, July _'JfcMahon French: Assembly peremptbrilyiiaelsert-T HOP nre v-i'o-lrfo. V _ (J )rr ing. hw; rights, his to govern he .nfl.T. __ ____ _ hat ppwera' wtire graa ted.'' mi. because of'the1 s ffio be strongly cessity, at the 'time, arid r ..iayl.httS, maintain his osit TWvn a Jlourtted Police were i attacked by Ddian8- BLANCHARD, B AREISTEBS and Attorneys at Law, Conveyancers, j ,-i. Ofhce over McMicken Taylor's hardware store, F. BATO. Main street. CHAMBERS, opposite Grace Church, Dealer in every description of Firearm, arid Am- munition for the'same. ____Bepairs neatly done. 'Ifi-ui T1AYIS HQTJSE- HAVEETr "GBADT 'Proprietors. Centrally street, Winnipeg JLvery accommodation. First class Billiard Hall The Bar is 0 K. HOUSE, B. H. CEONN, Proprietor, jlG-m Main street, Winnipeg. FOE VIEWS OP MANITOBA and NOYJEL- TIES IN PHOTOGRAPHY, Call at DUPFIN'S; Photograph Studio, WinPipeg, opposite Club House. jl6-m DM, BARBISTEtt, Etc., Etc. Winnipeg. Office opposite the Merchants jlG-lm___ situated on First street, Winnipeg. J. W. STEWABT, PEOPEIETOE. fiverythingnewand first class. An elegant bar filled with choice liquors. GUNSMITHS AC, comer -Main 'and Notre Dame streets Guns, Ammunition, and Sportsmen's general out- _ Bepairing a specialty. Charges H iSWITH, MUNRO CO.y Wholesale Mrfid Retail i Hardware Merchants, Main street, opposite Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg. Their stock is now Tery complete in the follow- ing lines: SHELF HARDWARE STOVES AND BAKrIHONrAND Varnishes, Oils, Turpentine, Etc. Tin, Copper, 4 Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to order. REAPERS AND MOWERS, Gang Plows Breaking Plows, Sulky Wheelbarrows in great variety. A Choice of Electro-plated VTw. for the Patent Alnminons and Ornamental gT. BONIFACE WOOLEN Mtuatedon east side ofHed Eiver, directly oppo- 3iu3 iTiptie Daine Complete andJiin Working maintain his position at hie comma ad, bable. ;the Assembly is pro-, le. We are jprepared to manufacture -A- destructive fire -ait[ SImi.ner; s, iron, rt stably -and'a ;hot oi and .r BO; manuiaciuref tobnng it in as soon as r We arernow- satisfied Iwill.spare neither painanor expense! in turniiigj out suit the public. LONDON; ;o iThe corner stone of Jaidfm the opera- tlc iHali m erected' by joint 'subseriptibii' 6f, men and- Americans, and ;ia "m> v rvAUBINGv-MB. MEiDE begs to inform the pubhc of Winnipeg and the rent of the Pro- vince, ihat having served a' month two at.his a.s e-w execute any job in the line mi Ornamental KECEIVED, TRUNKS f HAVELINC. A'JLargesStockJ V' -w e ne of Plami Carriage' and; Sign! Painting and Graining, perfect satlsfactio'n S: new, store new, store, :v, 80.92 H. TALBOTji W. SURGEOK DENTISIV Mainistreet, next building to Dayis Hotel Office hours froih to 6 p'in; 18 out; "'m ii ;ihe caWe.ship.Earaday.hM.arriYedat ll! can't be beat f< _ haye..commenced an break! in Nebrasfci. a battle at loneot iii.-tfeAt Grasshopper O n any_ quantity frontonecpnl. (to two thousand foot of 5-'J- Dealers in'foreign 'a i order has been" Jo dealer ?71 i ym
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