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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 8, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba FREE Published every lawful at 5 o'clock at BY KENNY per Free delivery in all parts of the gle Five cents ADVERTISING One one 30.00 One one 18.00 One one 10.00 Half one 18.00 Half one 10.00 Half 6.00 Quarter one 10.00 Quarter one fortnight 6.00 Quarter one 4.00 Eighth one 6.00 Eighth one 4.00 Eighth one 3.00 Business cards of six lines and per first 8 subsequent 2 ITo advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any Special notices 15 cents per line each Advertisements unaccompanied in- inserted until ordered JOHN A. J. R. City J. M. Business containing matter for publication must be addressed to the those relating to advertisements or to the Business 0V. ALLOWAY'S Veterinary Fort in rear of the new tom Sick and cattle promptly and carefully attended Colts taken in and trained to saddle and and guaranteed to give SURGEON Main One door south of the Davis up Office nine a.m. to 6.p.m., Sundays F. is prepared to do painting and house decorating on the shortest A large invoice of white just received from Office nearly opposite the court Main MAP OF THE NORTH-WEST 26 x 50 in in pocket colored Sent post free on of. Mounted on 50 cents Apply to P. G. or H. S. DONALDSON BRO. BAIN BARRISTERS and Attorneys at etc. Office over McMicken Taylor's hardware Main JOHN F. Garry opposite Grace Dealer in every description Of munition for the Repairs neatly DAVIS HAVERTY GRADY Centrally Every First class Billiard The Bar is 0 K. H. Main FOR- VIEWS OF MANITOBA and TIES IN Call at Photograph Garry St. opposite Club Office Main opposite the Merchants conveniently situated JjJ on First J. W. Everything new and first Aa elegant bar filled with choice A MACHON GUNSMITHS corner Main and Notre and general out- a Charges EWS W. H. BRO. Dealers in foreign and home Subscriptions taken or other A large stock of SULKY SCYTHES and Farming Implements all kinds BUILDING and for the At J. H. ASHDOWN CO. JN and offering at THE VERY LOWEST gala Coal Oil Ibs 25O Kegs 200 Boxes A complete assortment of all kinds etc. AGRICULTURAL of every Special attention given to ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK At L. R MUNRO Wholesale and Retail Hardware Main opposite Queen's Their stock is now very complete in the ing SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE STOVES BAR IRON AND Etc. Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to REAPERS AND Gang Breaking Sulky and Wheelbarrows in great A Choice of Agents for the Patent Aluminous and Ornamental Building Paper and Paper JUST TRUNKS A Large W. PALMER WOOD W in any quantity from one to two Le i foot i of coming in Central Asia are prevalent in St TELEGRAPHIC From Irish Immigrants for WHOLESALE The Mr. and his 7.. representative of the Irish Agricultural left for ba this morning to make enquiries into the desirability Rev. Mr. O'Meara of Winnipeg is here collecting for a new One hundred and eighteen of the civil service are to be ted next r June American brig Captain lias ed from with seventeen gees from the In the night pre- vious ste was boarded by an who overhauled the manifest of the vessel and searched finding An hour or two later two boats from different quarters with passengers drew up A Spanish gentleman who came aboard told fi distressing tale of which so worked upon the feelings of Captain Martin that he consented to ard and his fellow sufferers as The captain did likewise with the other boat and left Martin reports that the tants are in great relentless manner in which the tion is carried Persons of all ages and conditions are forced and those too feeble to shoulder a ket are placed in frequently saw old men and boys not over thirteen years of age chained to groes and working in the Spanish officer was standing over in ready to apply the lash unmercifully upon the least of Even the Spanish of the became the in- humanity of their arid were disposing of their goods and fast as to escape from He knew of a vessel that left Cienfuegos the week previous to his twenty of sympathizing with were drafted into the arnay out and without The whole country for several leagues was one vast many of the sugar plantations having been burnt by the There were two thousand volunteers and regulars in the The commander was afraid to venture side the stockade to fight the handful of and put an end to the work of The Spanish officers pear and dread of the sickly near which brings with-it the dreaded black Threatened June be- Turkey and Persia are not It appears that the Persian ment has refused to compel return to Turkish territory tribe icg families which has been sub- ject to the but the Persian and that a number Turks have been seized maltreated by a band Persian sia its ing- speedily relations of the two countries will become BIB BLOW OUT ON THE ANOTHER FATAL RAILROAD Firecrackers and THE CARLiSTS SKIRMISH ONCE Strike Affairs in la Belle July Y. A terrible wind storm on ihe evening of July fourth swept the Houses blown down and general damage done JSTew and all principal A railroad accident occurred at Stony Creek last senger train was thrown off a bridge a turning switch before whole train had One person killed and one hundred and A large of Srea in. various partis of the United re- from and on the Fourth of One at ghany involved a loss of July 7. The Earl of died yesterday aged Dispatches Spain report attacked an engagement 12 J hours they were obliged to retire with the loss of 46. 60 seriously ed. and 200! taken The publicans lost nine killed and five 7. The making every use of their present Their forces now threaten lias and July 7.. All operations iii Belfast have struck excitement high The 3jegitini8tjdeputi'e.s> to number of one against the They have drawn of. the censuring the far use of power of i avoiding any of manifesto of Be iC ham burl or the suppression of to secure the support of the position of is some change will sitting of the may possibly the fear of such a step should the opponents of tlie THE the railway kave to for visit of to in the 14th. of September i- re- f tral It is reported pf Kashgar has l
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