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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 15, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba I. 1874. 9. DAILY FREE Published every lawful at 5 o'clock at BY KENNY Twenty-five cents per 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 one 6.00 one 10.00 Quarter one 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 Transient per first 8 subsequent 2 No advertisement inserted for less than Puffs not published under any Special notices 15 cents per line each Advertisements unaccompanied by specific in- inserted until ordered JOSH A. F. J. R. City J. M. Business containing matter for publication must be addressed to the those relating to advertisements or to the Business MAP OF THE NORTH-WEST 26 x 50 in pocket in pocket Sent post free on receipt of Mounted on 50 cents Apply to P. or H. S. DONALDSON BRO. A I A large stock of SULKY 0 V. Veterinary Fort in rear of the new tom Sick horses 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 Sundays OBERT F. per 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 BAIN BARRISTERS and Attorneys at etc. Office over McMicken Taylor's hardware Main JOHN P. SEDLET Garry opposite Grace Dealer in every description of and munition for the Repairs neatly DAVIS HAVERTY Every First class Billiard The Bar is O K. R. H. Main FOR VIEWS OF MANITOBA and TIES IN Call at Photograph Garry St. opposite Club Office Main opposite the Merchants EXCHANGE conveniently situated on First J. W. Everything new and first An elegant bar filled with choice ACHON GUNSMITHS comer Main and Notre Dame and out- Repairing a Charges EWS W. H. KIRK BRO. Main Dealers in foreign home etc. Subscriptions for any newspaper or other in any quantity from one to two W. Farming Implements of all kinds BUILDING and everything requisite for the At J. H. ASH DOWN CO. and offering at THE VERY LOWEST Coal Oil 25O Kegs 200 Boxes A complete assortment of all kinds etc. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 1 of every Special attention given to ALL KINDS OF TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK R Wholesale and Retail Hardware Main opposite Queen's Their stock is now very complete in the ing lines SHELF HEAVY HARDWARE STOVES AND BAR IRON AND Etc. Sheet Iron Ware Manufactured to REAPERS AND Gang Breaking Sulky and Wheelbarrows in great A Choice Assortment of Agents for the Patent Aluminous and Ornamental Building Paper and Paper LENNON Corner and orderly the thirsty can here find the BEST IN THE dished up in the proper little saloon 'round the SELKIRK H. A first class good and a well OOK ANOTHER Something new for the City of Winnipeg in the shape of a first-class and by a man who knows his and other bound to Oid Books Fancy Cases and Work Boxes up in Scrap Music and in fact anything you want that can be done in a j. M. Free Press O OF THE DAWSON ROUTE TRANSPORTATION Post Office 4 doors east of the Post Notre Dame has now a full stock in all the lines in the Undertaking a BISHOP Wall Oil LOOKING arid House Furnishing At Main head of Notre JAMES Garry opposite Grace Dealer in All kinds of Dye Toilet Etc. Thermometers for AND Garry opposite Grace has now in stock the neatest and best assortment of MUSICAL in the city Croquet Bace Ball and Cricket and etc. SPECTACLES to all imd All work TO LOAN on approved real Apply JOHN over Henderson's Main of and GROCERIES Main Between and the Davis The best assortment in OUT and At the Lowest Rates Ji to in this We ask an elimination of our From ARRIVAL July 14. for arrived here on Saturday and waited upon the Deputy Minister of ture in regard to the proposed nite emigration to Springer left for New York yesterday the first lot of are expected to land to-day by the steamship Schitler from He will accompany them From St. PauL TWO MORE VERY HEAVY Poor Chicago Lights up once AND OSHKOSH DOES ST. July 15. Chicago has again been visited by great Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock a lamp was upset in a paint shop corner of 12th and Clark wrapping the shop in That portion of the city is built up mostly of wood and under a strong wind the fire gained so on the firemen that it swept without opposition to the destroying between six and eight But few fine buildings but amongst are Aikins the new Mattson and the Exposition Palmer House narrowly escaped The fire is reported under at Loss between five and sir The city of also devastated by fire the whole business portion being swept Communication east of Chicago is temporarily suspended by tele- graph and the among the buildings From Pembina A Sioux Party Heard ftm THEY DON'T LIKE THE GRASSHOPPERS AT JOE They Turn and Travel to the East WEST 15. A special messenger the ary party arrived yesterday and reports tbat they had met a large of from beyond the They say their til be is very friendly wards the but swear vengeance against Uncle Sam's rv Grasshoppers were north and to-day in numbers j they the crops at St. and are now doing much damage in thien An J. Vallentine of. County ing to was lost overboard froisiL the International on up oh day night c east by on Pembina i A of Uv troops is BOW
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