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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - April 1, 1875, Winnipeg, Manitoba I 4 i I NEWSPAPER! i'BHf Volume I. THURSDAY, AiPRII.. 1. 1875. Number 22G. R BALDWIN. OVER TELEOURAPH OFFICE. i 11. KENNEDY' General Lifo Insurance Agent. door to "Registry Office, Maiu Stroot. JQn21.6m OR large number of CITY Located- a month till paid. Apply to MCDONALD, Bavribtor oncl Attorney at Law, rbl9m Main street, Winnipeg, opposite Lyon's. F A riLARK WERDON, jMTUBICAL INSTRUMENTS. 'ree MESSRS. DYER BROS. HOWARD 37 Bast Third 9t-, St. Pau? Minn. Offer the colobratod f ALSO, AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS IKVHSTMBNT AGENTS, Main Stioot, next Oouvt House. TTIVERYBODY SHOULD HAVE limp of our Province, neatly moxmtod on ro'lere, or in case for pocket. Apply to j. M. MCGREGOR, Fjica PRESS office. CENTRAL HOTEL, First Stroot, Winnipeg, 11.H. Cronn, proprietor. Largo, aominodious, woll-fiiluated, at) lishly furnished, andadmirably conducted. Billiard parlor finnishcd with latest improved tables. fob6-m Furnished from St. Paul free of duty. A largo atook of Sheet Music, Music Books and Musical Merchandise of ovory description con- stantly on hand. Ciders by mail will rooeive prompt attention Reported Specially for the Free Press A IF 6-eo Fight in tho Gammons, 3n which Donald A., he taketh part. OTTAWA, March 31. Tho llouso Hat till four o'clock this morning-. A froo fight took place over Smith'H indemnity' item. Tho discus- sion was very general, bhort and spicy. Conbiderable temper was displayed by Devlin and Smith. Tho ITonso divided on the itom, which was carried yeas 49, nays 18. taken. TftT II. BUILDER CONTRACTOR. Thanking tho public ioi paatfavom, I hopo by stiici attention to businoHB to merit a fair share of patronage for futmo. Contracts taken anil estimates furnished on tho shortest notice. Plans, drafts, and specificat'oiis ot model arohit-eoturo on hand for inspection. M. CHAMBERS, GUNSMITH, Garry st., opposite Qraoo Church, Dealer in every description of Firearm, and am- munition for tho same. Ilopairs neatly donu. m6-xn YOUtt who have not ptwd their taxob will do well to call on this Collector, who can be found tho City If till on Monday, WodnoBdny. and Friday of each WM. MCDONALD m9. m 01 ty Tax Colloctor. AOKETT'S TiAEEUY, in recvr the Post Office. Bread from this establishment is warianted broad delivered fin all parts of the Oity. Confectionery and pastry. JOHN HAOKETT. MACTNTYllE'S WHITE SALOON, Main Stroot, noxt door south Davis House, in precisely the spot to got wines, liquors, and cl- ears Investigate tho mat'icryourself. Billiards. mlB'.m ALEX, MAGINTYliE, Prop..: YM. C. Young Men's tinii AsGOpSftlioti cu'otfi ot 'lurwsr'u Hall on ttoe 1st aad 8rd Mondays iu rvn tlir at p.m. Prnyor moot- ovory bnturftaj ovonirq ni 7'80. to m23.29 Firfit class. Apply JOHN BREDEN, Maiu Street, Winnipeg. _ THO LET A new house of 7 rooms _L bacli kitcheu with cellar, near the Behool at thic oifioe. o LET Two comfoitablfaRoomn. For par- ticulars apply at this office, 01 to J. 13. MOULD, mll.m Point Douglas. "JOHN THOMPSON, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Plans aiad specifications made out. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. Office, opposite Exchange Hotel. ra24-lm ANITOBA LODGE, NO. vaapr Communications uTeheld every Friday evening, in the Lodge Room Main St., at the hour of p.m., until theTst of April, 1875. Brothers of the Order are cordially invited to attend. J H. TALBOT, DENTSST. HaBiooovorod from hiB late illness and can be iound at his old buainees atand, next door to Dr. Bfrd's DrufX JL Watchmaker and Jeweler, (Opposite Quccn'h Hotol) MAIN ST., -WINNIPEG, MANITOBA Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc., etc Bopaircd with noatncsB and despatch. Meerschaum Pipes mounted and lerrulod ic the moet approved style.____________mU-m jniEB'S (Gorrald's old Boarding House) A. R. CERRALD Proprietor. Good open sheds and splendid stabling, with excellent spring water in the yard. You can got a good smile at tho bar. Terms moderate. m7 m___________ >ED SALOON. rrilOS. INGLIS, ARCHITECT and CBViL ENGINEER, i Winnipeg. OAUNDEBS GLAEKSON, HOUSE! Paper Hangers, Kalsominers. S3iop in front of Brown Hutharford'u Mill. ml5.m ___________ SALE A complete file of tho DAILY J? VRKB PWKBS for months, feom July Gfch, 1874, neatly bound, the only available copy iu exiBtence. Apply to J. M. MoGUlEQOR, Daily Fn.e Tress Office. Concurrence is now boing Condensed from tho fJews of the World Specially for tho Dally Press. ST April 1. The cevomony of conferring tho Cav- clinalship on Archbishop took plaoe al SL Gregory's yentoiday tho service was mo-t unpObiny uud wan wit- ne.sr-cd a largo congregation. Tho Emperor of proposes to abdicate in favor of hin daughter and come to tho US to live. The forthcoming Englibh budget will show in the revenue a hilling oil' ol but that it exceeds estimates by a half a million. The miners' riots in Pennsylvania con- tinue. A collision took place yesterday in the city of Texas, and calls have been made on the General Govern- ment for aid in repelling .Mexican bor- dor invasions. nnO BENT on the 1st of May, a good com- I fortiblo boarding house, known as Mun- i's Boarding House, on First street Rent moderate. to sell on easy terms. Apply on the promises, m27.m FOR SALE OB TO will Bell or ieaso largo beaded ware- house at foot of Notre Dame Stroot. For npplv to GEORGE MoKENNY, At Bently's Btoro. Winnipeg, 6th Match. 1875.________m8.m____ highest cnsh piiee ptid for furs of all kinds. R. PATTERSON. Office on Thistle Street, noar tUe Custom House. EXCHANGE HOTEL will hereafter ruu as a S2.50 a dny house. STEWART FAIRBANKS, ni31a2 Proprietors. I 1 DOMINION LAND SURVEYOR. Offioo proviouBly occupied by Mr. Walker door to Morneau i Bocan'8, Maiu Stroot. UOUTB from a.m to 3 p.m. IVTOTICE-Mr. J. C. Barrott is my only au- JN thorieed colleetor for DAILY Now occupies thi? old oeiftblishment, and has on exhibition Ibs. of Pfio. Pork. Itos. No- I Beef. Venison, Mutton, Poultry, Etc. The cheapest and beet article intho G'ity. Call and see for yourflclvcfi febl m BiiiineBB Manager. T rYBRY STABLE. .L ___ CutterB for stos-e known as Turver'a Hall can be ranted on the 5th of May. It is 23 X 40 ft., with a large glass front, and a cellar 12 x 28 ft., with outside entrance. situated uoar the ncsv Mennonito Hotel. Apply to BAIN BLANCHA11D. N SAL13, DOUttLAB J_ notice is heroby given that after this no BAnA will be allowed to loavi the pits without the production of TICKETS therefor, obtainable from any of tho undersigned proprietors. JOHN 8UHULTZ. WALTER 11. BOWN. A. M. BROWN. Winnipeg, 3rd March, 1876. m-l.ni Sale AT "For correct time of the Oity. 11 you have a watch that does not givei cotis. faotiontoke it to Parsons and have it properly Remember his now location at the SCOTT'S STABLES A fine lot of cutters ready for sale at low uoou horses and comfortable cutters to hire Cutters to nine by the day, woek, or month. groomed in a satisfactory SOOTT 00. 1874. TIME. 1875. at this Wednesday, March Slst, 1875. in31al I 70K SALE. Tho White Oottag-J orv Notre Dame Street, with lot 25 fewt front and YO feet deep, linuee splendidly finished. Price JB F. Galbralth, Office. STREET. __ S. MALTBY'S OBLBBBA.TBD S. PHOTOGRAPHER, CAn now be found in his new quarters one door of Me Vicar A Blackburn's old store. He is always in good humor, and can give you a fine Picture frames, etc., always on hand veiy ml8.ni clmap. GEO.D. MOSRYHORAVES For Jlne Fine gold ringe, brooches, and earnings; flne goldine jewelry, etc. Also a good assortment of MUSICAL INBT1UJMENTS, FANCY GOODS, STATIONERY. Watches, clocks, and jewelry accurately re- paired, and warranted to give perfect satistac. tion._____________ OLD OUT. pAJJINKT SHOP AND Picture Frame Manufactory Has on hand a large assortment of Walnut, Rose. wood, r.nd S Baltimore Oysters, For sale at the Standard Blakely Carpenter j8.3m 66c All persona having claims against the Win- nipeg Ladies' School ate requested to Bend the name in forthwith to the undersigned. G. MoMlCKEN, Seo. pro Winnipeg, 29th March, 1875, m30a6 Has Bold his Notre Dame Street Blacksmith Shop and biiBineis to Messrs. Montgomery Terry, Whe will continue to do first-class blacksmith work of i.ll descriptions at the old stand. Horse shoeing a specialty by the champion horse.shoez of tho Pro- vince. recommends the new firm to his old euniomers. partiea indebtad to the undamgnod are 'requested to pay up by the 1st of May or legal proceedings will be taken. M. DAVIS. m6.ni El Which he will sell cheap to make room for PICTURES FRAMED In first-class etyle at reaaonabh prices. Office decks and Of all descriptions to order at W. WinnottX Main Street, to Dr. Bird's. mSl.nx 1.1 i I
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