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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 14, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                It in. n. "Volnme I. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1874. N iimb6r 8. DAILY FREE PRESS, Published every'lawful day, 5 o'clock p.m., at MANITOBA, EY KENNY LUXTON. TEH MS Subscription, Twenty-five cents per week. Free delivery in all parts of the city. Sin- gle copies, Five cents each. ADVERTISING RATES. One column, one month 30.00 One column, one fortnight 18.00 One column, one week 10.00 Half column, one month 18. 00 Half column, one fortnight T O.CV Half column, week 6.0'" Quarter column, one month 0.00 Quarter column, one imtnirjlit 6.00 Quarter column, one 4.00 Eighth column, one month G.OO Eighth column, one fortnight. 4.00 Eighth column, one week. 3.00 Business cards of six lines and under, pel- month. Transient advertising, per line, ikst insertion, 8 cents, subsequent insertions, 2 cents. No advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any circumstances. Special notices 15 oente per line each insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied by specific in- structions, inserted iintil ordered out. JOHN A. KENNY. Wm, F, LTJXTON, Proprietor. Editor. J CAMERON, City Editor. J. M. McGregor, Business Manager. N.B. Commit' cations containing matter for publication must uo addressed to the Editor; those relating to advertisements or subscriptions, to the Business Manager. AP OF THE NORTH-VEST TERB1TOR- ies, 26 x GO inches, plain, in M pocket in pocket case, colored Sent post free on receipt of price. Mounted on cloth, 50 cents extra. Apply to P. G. LAURIE, or H. S. DONALDS ON BRO. jl6-lm A large stock of 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, AtJ. H.ASHDOWIS3 C V. ALLOWAY'S Veterinary Establish- ment, Fort street, in rear of the now Cus- tom House. Sick horses and cattle promptly an-'l carefully attended to. Colts taken in and trained to saddle and harness, and guaranteed to cfive satisfaction. jl6-m JH. TALBOT, SURGEON Main street, Winipcg. One door south of the Davis Hotel, up stairs. Office hours from nine a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays executed. jl6-m JACKSON, Glazier, per hanger, etc., is prepared 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 JAIN BLANCH ARD, Attorneys at Law, Conveyancers, etc. Office over McMicken Taylor's hardware store, Main street. JOHN F. BAIN. JlG-m SEDLEY BLANCIIAflD. WM. CHAMBERS, GUNSMITH, GarrystT, opposite Grace Church, Dealer in every description of Firearm, and am- munition for the same. Eepairs neatly done. jl6-m DAVIS HOUSE, HAVERTY Proprietors. Centrally located Main street, Winnipeg, Every accommodation. First class Billiard Hall The Bar is 0 K. jl6-m CO. jlG-m The North-Western Frontier. WASHINGTON, B.C., July W. Taylor, United States Consul at Winni- peg, British North America, under date of June 19, writes to the Secretary of State that, about the 1st of May, throo residents of Manitoba, who were trading with the Indians for furs at White Mud Jtivor, near Wood Mountain, were met by a party of eight men, led by one Charles Hart, and representing themsel- ves to be authorized by the Marshal of Montana. They seized several hundred buffalo robes and the effects of the traders, on the ground that they were trading with smuggled goods on Amer- ican territory. Consul Taylor had writ- ten to the Marshal of Montana to ascer- tain whether Hart was acting under le- gal authority, being of the impression that it was a pretext for robbery. The locality in question is near the unascer- tained boundary north of Fort Eon ton, but is generally supposed to be on the Canadian side of the frontier. The United States Collector of Customs at Pern bin a and the United States Marshal of Dakota Territory state that the pro- ceedings were without their authority. York THE BEECHER-TILTOH SCANDAL ANOTHER RESERVOIR BURSTS, OH! Disraeli is JjecoRiifij jiitoalistic. WHISKEY IS THE UN DISTURBER Fire, Courtmartial, and French Affairs, JN STOCK, and offering at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES gals. Coal Oil Ibs shot, 250 Kegii Naile, 200 Boxes Glams. (first quality) A complete assortment of all kinds HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE, etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of every description. Tlie in Minnesota. The grasshoppers have1 entirely swept some of the south-western counties of Minnesota. They did the same thing last year. Thousands are suffering for food. Appeals are being made for aid from public and private sources. MR. ARCH has consented to go to Ca- nada with a party of agricultural labor- ers. At a meeting of farmers in New- market one of the speakers declared he would undertake to import from Canada a sufficient number of unemployed labor- ers to fill the places of the men locked out tn this section of the country, SEVEN MAD Doas are reported to have "I T T" m YORK, July 13. There was a terrific firo at the oil works at Wohawlceri on Saturday, barrels wore destroyed, valued at nearly a million dollars. The Beecher-Tilton scandal is again revived by the latter, who. late in Juno, published a long article on the subject charging Beech or with a 'grave crime- grave crime, been killed in New York and four persons bitten. on Monday, IRON, 500 Ibs of it, lit on Peter foot in St Louis. Poor Kuss- Sr PIONEER FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, HOUSE E. H. CRONN, Proprietor, jlG-m Main street, Winnipeg. FOR VIEWS OF MANITOBA and NOVEL- TIES IN 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. jlG-lna T7XCHANGE HOTEL, conveniently situated FJ on First street, Winnipeg. J. W. STEWART, PROPRIETOR. Special attention given to ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET KRON i WORK AtL. R BENTLEY'S. -__________________________________jie-m JJAEDWAEB. SftftlTH, RtiUNRO CO., Wholesale and Retail Hardware Main street, opposite Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg. Notre Dame street, has now a full stock in all the lines in the trade. Undertaking a specialty jllOm BISHOP SHELTON. UY Their stock is now very complete in the follow- ing lines SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE STOVES A3SFD TINWARE, BAR IRON AND STEEL, Varnishes, Oils, Turpentine, Etc. Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to order. Everything new and first class, filled with choice liquors. An elegant bar MACHON HOLLAND, GUNSMITHS corner Main and Notre Dame streets. Guns, Ammunition, and Sportsmen's general out- fits, complete. Repairing a specialty. Charges moderate. jl6-lm XTEWS DEPOT, W. H. KIRK BRO. Ill Mainstrret, Winnipeg, Dealers in foreign and home papers, magazines, periodicals, etc. REAPERS AND MOWERS, Gang Plows, Breaking Plows, Sulky P.akes, and Wheelbarrows in great variety. A Choice Assortment of Electro-plated Ware. Agents for the Patent Aluminous and Ornamental Building Paper and Paper Caipeting. jl6-m B Carpets, Wall Paper, Oil Cloth, LOOKING GLASSES, Mattrasses, and House Furnishing Goods At CERRRE'S, Main street, head of Notre Dame. jlG-rn PHAEMACY. JAMES STEWART, DRUGGIST, Garry street, opposite Grace Church, Winnipeg, Dealer in All kinds of Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Etc. Thermcnjetsrs fur sale. T7S7ATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. AND FANCY GOODS. 1JED SALOON, Subscriptions taken for any publication. or other WOOD in any quantity from one cord to two thousand, Levee, foot of Postoffice street. W. F. HYMAN. jtt-on LENNON DEMMICK, Proprietors. Corner Garry and Assiniboine streets. Retired, quiet, orderly; the thirsty can here find the BEST IN THE CITY dished up in the proper manner. little .saloon 'round the corner. SELKIRK HOUSE, ARTHUR STREET, H. HOUDE, Proprietor. A first class house, good board, and a well fur- nished bar. TT Garry street, opposite Grace Church, has now in stock the neatest and best assortment of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Stationery, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, etc., in the city Croquet Sets, Bane Bali and Cricket Goodo, Ste- reoncopes and Views, Canes, etc. PEROSCOFIO SPECTACLES to aulf, all ages and Repairing. All work wan-anted. TO LOAN on approved real estate. Apply to JOHN BREDEN, over Henderson'g store, Main street, Winnipeg. TVAk-AK V but not saying what. Bcechar has main- tained singular silence, but iv on Saturday that afier publication of Tiltoti's article 'ho laid the maitcv before his cbjireh and de- manded full and thorough investigation which has been going on since. NEW YORK, July 13. The French Assembly in still agitated over an article in Figaro newspaper, ad- vising opposition to the Assembly. It caused considerable excitement and re- sulted in the paper being suspended for two weeks. ST. PAUL, July 14. The reservoir on Middleford Brook, Hampshire Co., covering nearly 100 acres, gave way on Sundivy and the flood carried away mills, mill property, bridges, flumes, etc., damaged farms and gardens to the amount of No lives lost so far as known. A very heavy rain was the cause of the dis- aster. An attempt was made to assassinate- Prince Bismarck on Saturday. A man named K.ullman shot at him, the ball grazing his left arm. Kullman is a Catholic. Intense excitement prevails in Berlin over the affair. The young Duke Nicholas of Russia has not yet been sentenced to banish- ment for stealing his mui-hor's jewels as reported. Disraeli declared in the House of Com- mons that ho was uncompromisingly op- posed to Gladstone's anti-Ritualistic bill as aimed against rolig ous liberty. The Car lists have cannonaded Prey- corda without effect. Gen. Zabella is now in command. An American, Dockery, has been tried by court martial at Havana and sentenced to death, but sentence has not been approved by the Capt. Genl. Tilton promises to publish in a few days a full statement containing charges in detail against Beecher. Gen. Pope, commanding Department of Missouri, writes the Governor of Kansas, charging the late Indian out- rage as directly attributable to trading posts and grog shops authorized by Gov- ernment. GEN Gustavo Pierre Toutant Beaure- gard, the confederate commander, htgi received the appointment of chief en'gi- neer of the Argentine republic, with a salary of in gold per annum. He has charge of the defensive worka, and will also superintend the explora- tions of Platte JRiver. I I" I 'J Offi 9 NEWSPAPER!   

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