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will' be Interesting to
he has labore^
the
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a
Sir, f. W- MmtJWt
tftbe_foHpwipg JJriote JfHer
those
eo fritbfuHj
Washisotoh, D. GCT.7'4. 1875
Dear Bp. Matchett,Tfbafei$Hent and
1(
and
you, and cease not to pray for you and
for yigr succes^in. winning souls to
Christ, and for your dear ones that God
ipfy$lesp and
protect]
few have been converted, but last Wed­
nesday evening we hul a iwMaderfulljf
spiritual
The Master was with us in great pow­
er two young mw |re»JKaver|ed 4tjnd
quite a nunn^Stlthlairaie fe»%ray
ers and some pf^om^told us^j^st theyf
commenced io seek
to hoULftt^ and
pathtfw
9ik.
7 /r*
with
.whom
ipd
ghows
others who h^wiHwrf he
is esteemed and tossed: by .thiaoJwho
kn6*i*ilKi*torttttiA 'by: thtoHe
in high
^(SfcHionT *»m pi ied
with a request to publish^i»Ainltiiig a.
8«p& 17th
dressed to Dr. Newman is before me.
it
w«rduly received
and in connec­
tion tberewit£ppacaq*e f»»»fien.p«a
ter making
•wflMlbl®*
^ni"5
General were read Hi*
hoofcfable
mention of your devoted labors in doing
good both yonrs
»nd
meeting Wednesday eVe Thert frsi
rery large attendance and all appeared
deeply interested
listened with great
attention to your discription of the
wwk Jou are doing in the name if
Jesus and of the glorious success that
crowns your efforts to honof the Mas
ter. Our Dear Bro. Dr. Newman is
deeply interested in your welfare and
rejoices, with his dear wife, and all
your numerous friends, brethren1 and
sisters, in Washington in your suc­
cess. But as the Dr. is so" pfesaed
with business as to render it impossi%
ble for him to answer all his numer
oud cOrrespondenta personally, he hand­
ed your letter to me with the request
that I would answer it. Thisl will
cheerfully do as well as I am ,able. Wc
rejoice with you for what the Lord is
doing in that far off section of our
country through your instrumentality,
and that, He blesses the seelsowo^and
causes it to spring up and bear fruit
which we trust will be unto everlasting
life, and we join with you in praise and
thanksgiving to God for what has been
done and what he is still doing among
your people or the people for whom God
has sent you to labor. To him be all
the glory, you say, and we say amen.
Your field of Jabor is large and your
responsibility great, but you have not
ventured on any thing abort of the Om­
nipotent arm of the great Johovah, and
that arm is not shortened that it can­
not save,*nor*his ear heavy that it can­
not hcar^ but his promises art' sure,
and you know just how to rest-upon
them, and I thank God that he is ful­
filling his promises in your behalf. I
am glad that the holy fire is so rapidly.
spreading, and prayardenty that it
may continue to spread uatil your whole
field of labor shall deluge with the rivers
of salvation,- and man, proman, and
child becoitf* as noted'lpr piety us many
as are mow- for impiety. The world is
to be taken for Christ sooner or later
and may God speed the time. 1 am so
*lad that Gen. Custer is so interested
fn you, and in thq success of your mis­
sion. His letter was praised by everv
one who heard it read because he had
so much confidence in you and spoke
so kindly and favorably of your labor,
vour devotion to duty, and success in
doing good. In him you have a valu- —_
hlo heln and may you soon have him
wha
1
you and them,
and grant you a hundred fold in this
life and in the world to come I^ ever­
lasting. ^ellf brother M.| you
are rejoimnitofer tb#|ietur| ^f MMri
to the tSd*1 of the "redeemer, we are
permitted in our dear Metropolitan
Church to receive sopi? -j^ercy drops.
We have had all aloiig since you left a
growing interest in Spirituality among
the members oTtff Jpurch and a rivi1
vH'^^sw^troe'p^^t^^olne"
dMd
and intendeds
into
a^glotiflus resivjd-ai^oiMWsJppeb^^jKl in
thfs dliving an^NTiii
ter, lJbopetwe sjnatt i^t t*&nifoppointed.
MoW^'ntf Saiikey hWe "bUfe invited
but my idea is to invite the L&d' 'Jesus
and trust him for ^elp whpther we have
the help' of those%v9eai^rettiren or
not.
If they come we will 'receive them
gladly if they do nofrTpoms ^e'H trnst
in him who. Wver ^fe^ppoVrits his
childreo. Our 'old class misses you
very much but we'kfiotf ycu are work­
ing for tbf .Miist«r awl prJ^y fwX°u-
6
4/ f.j-.
Please write often, and let us know
how you are getting alortg'. It will" give
tne great pleasure to hear from you of^
ten and to answer yi^ktojpiriWn.unica
tions, Tf_ .hretb^eijK of
waaassaam
afSSMEi^^
btif.—WcuMngtpn CapM.'
jour
greatly blessXporU-
your Bro. in Christ.
General George Custer, the daihing
earalrist, is in Newv Yorfcv^oo short
risit, aod ia looking spfeddid, his beau
ty being improred^J^cSfoppi^g bis long
blonde locks.,. Wlien^fefe General wore
thdstfloTtty*kinglets he looked, with hiR
the historical Robroson Crusoe. He is
a spTen did*sold 1
er and a gallant gentle
map but bis strength is not dependent,
like Mr. Sampson's" on the length of his
McGOW AH —BROUGHAM. —At the Catholic
Church, thia city, bj Rev. J. B. N. Oeaia, Mr.
TKOHAS MOGOWAW, «f this city, to Mi* DILU
Bipyy
that written
S
by
tfie- prater
If you want any thing in the line of
hand'or foot w'eatf just call at J, H.
Marshall's and examine his,, stock, for
there you will findafulljioe.
CENTURY WHISKY
Received ft Medal and Grand Diploma of Mark,
being the anly brand thus honored at Hi*
iVlenna Exposition In 187S.
Obstacles to Marriage.
for
ff
ii* BUT ant PUKK3T Whisky i« UM
R.C. Seip
an
aJeo
sole agents for
Till TRADK SUPPLIED WITH KfTKJUt.
vSaeMK
m.
m.
mix
Youug
'I iQp§Mlt| £b^^oad Bepoit Bjiaarei ^D.
MBAT^l AT
w.m
anaaually fall.
A specialty la nade *f
Co.,,
(Sc
j. FORT A, LIJTCOLK, ». A*eaU.
ter,
4lh atrrnt, lltMoarck, D. T.
Blacksmith aai Wagon Shop
Ali tar w*rk in iron or Wmtd prwuipM^r
attended (9.
Special Attention Given
TO REPAIRS.
"i
ntaeiees of ll«r«ea, (rajieciaUy d!fie«iH«a
nection with M*« «ae«MafnM^ treftted.
•3n4if
Im nam
Men
from the effects of hrroM ami Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. i.mi«Mlinentfl to Marriage re
moreil. Nw mettioil cf tre»trnent. New and re­
markable remedies. Hooka and Circulars sent free,
in Sealed envelopes.' Ailiiro**, HOWARD ASSOCI­
ATION, 4ift N. Ninth !»!.. Philadelphia,
Fn.—an
stitution having a hijrhjre|ui»tjiu furhonotable con­
duct, and pr«ft»»ic»ual skiii. (Sept. S-8mo)
CHRISrHEHlLi
I N O
A E E S
Hot and ool»i Hair :i ttiiitf, .^liarinjj and La
Hair llr.- .iiint sxi tt)f I.atfrif Frttthiin.
a a
in full sympathy with the Lord Jesus roisniif
and be a true Christian Soldier as well
as one true to his country, as he now
is. The people of your old class and
the
church are "in full sympathy with
in­
EISENBEEG,
dkalkr in
GENTS AND LADIES
FURNISHING GOODS,
TOWELING, TABLE CLOTHS.
.Blankets, Ndtions &c
Gents' and Ladies' (.':ider«ear of th« beat i|itality,
and at lowest pricea.
Dry Goods and Beady Made Clothing.
Old staod of Clark Bill, |Iain St., Bismart^, Di
Aug. 16,
JI0TTRS
Boardby'flie'D^ W^Wek.
GOOD ffF 3
SWJt
JsL
Dissolnlion Notice.
the copartnerrtiiA heretofore existing between
RMrt Wll^1 anT ft. B. Porter, under the firm
name of WUaoa A Porter, ia this day rtiaaolTe* by
mutual li^reattatlb. Wtem
a aanmet'^JrmwBWeg «T the Jwt Mnbla V&L aollect
a
Bisu]arak."#0PlS. 19lf»-
£r 4
S0B1ST WILSON.
H. R. POBTBR.
UJ..J T'
OMNIB LINE
BET^V'BEN
FT. llSCOil#.BKiABCli.
LEAVES UISMARC^ :.
8 a. m. 10 a. mf I p. m. 4 p. in. Daily.
LEAVES THE 1'OlXT OPPOSITE LINCOLN:
lGTa. m. 12 m. 3 p. m. 6:3Qp. m. Daily.
On Sundays t1^f O|unibqs will on'.jr*. nt»ke)tlia a. m.
aud I p. m.
Leave or*leri».:tt,:rt^ -Ton
:-t—"tm
tkm Mm
BHnrsMBft,
AKCK, ».
eoe of the la
Hat joat ope
stocks of
LIQUORS & WINES,
A N I 0 1 S 8 A 8 O
TOBACCO AND CldrARS
FINK STATIOJjERT, MOTIONS.
Cfcolee and Freati
Fine Liquor* and Tobaooo.
LAD^ ao^hag bettor C«a be foaad fc any aiarket.
STATI0NBB7, OOKPBC^NBBiT,
cr
AND
NOTIONS
TOILET ARTICLES,
Ami the Qenlleiaen,
I'ipes, Pouches,
etc.. etc.,
of the most Elegant Styles.
vr* af all kinds, and a full Una of
Paints, Oils, Glass, and
Putty,
AJaraya in 8io«jb.
Orders Irora tbe'Military Posts solicited and sat
iafaction assured.
Bismarck, Oct. IS, 1875,
AT
Bankrupt Prices!
THE
St. Louis Liquor Store,
Main St., Bismarck, D. T., will close out a lot of
Kentucky Bourbon
Whisky at greatiy reduced prices, In order to make
room for a stock cf
BANKRUPT WHISKY,
now en route from central Kentucky. Also 011 hand
a fine stock of
Imported Ales and Porter,
Fine old Sherries*
BRANDIES
n* ,•
from Jaa. JIMnetf^y A Co., Otartf-Dupoy. A Co and
DubotfYrer* aid Cagnion. Finfe OW-Holland and
Loiklonii)ock Gin. 'Constantly on hand ft large atock
of
CICtAUB
direct from the fact
Special attenti
faction guarantee*
rant
yi»1.48tS-T2
orlMat.f«r aeo^it&O^x
J•rW.
.r
iifeotionfefy. &c
Krerbrou|fktiat9 the Upper masotrrHirer Mar­
ket.
The services of ao experienced Druggist baa been
aecared and ttie atoek of Drag* aa4 Medicine#
Is
T'
1V1
Tb« Stock 4t 'y
Ji C-
ia full and embrace* many faaej Articles aot here­
tofore brought into this market. The Ladles will find
a Fall Line of
J•
&
9
C/
ie|,
en'ta fllUng pr|^ri |iD3Tat is-
A, Ki,
c:
TQNSDBIAL. .P.
^7TTfr
ft. AM
CXOELSHIK BWa ROOMS.
flfest
DOOR ABOVE MERC^ANT'^' HOTEL,
.v. BISMARCK, D. .T,S7w.
The best Artists and tftflfooat elegantJ-Cfiairj in
«ieCUy. "ICrZ'Oc
Special Attention to::Hair Cutting.
BRAMBLE
Moorhead,
ttee
First 01a£S ia ev®rr pai
tBiis to Depot am
Every Train from Bismarck runs now Moor
head, and starts mornings ftotn there, opposite tlie
Bramble House.
oats/^
Headquarters for. -Stages.
C. P. SLOGQ-T ^Prop'r.
Mr ds*y» at^liotireA A»i
Irtw'fi. ?TIHSi* A'Co., P*m»Nl, Mf,
it Mv 4 n/fdi tOi ilJl «UT—TTsttmrrrt
pany Tri-weeUrll^ufWtdElfllllO. |wr year.
"l['S i' Jl'"'""1
JgAILBTAL MDBB.-r-Havftrck
Heavy and Shelf Goods, 'Tlnwaye, Sheet
Goods. Ac.. ~ZZ"
BATMOND A-CO., Bankers
li
JBAL A PETERSON, €o*artl Loek Mtka,
J'«
TAJHES'* DOUGLAS1a CO.—HeaVy and''Shelf
t|. Hardware, Tinware,^Ac.
P. foilSTER—fcestaurant.
or week, fresh O^rsteft, Ac.
FBBD
US.
ha
T,
•vlr!r
MSB HH
•n-Trr?'
A^yftSSHH.—Merchant Tailors.
1
lateml §U
lo^r^o« time, depo«ta, Kxc^angi hought^ad
aoId,Ac.,
Beat Cigars, Ac. 1 Opposite Miaer's
Hot-fl.
S..Best
T. LOUIS LIQUOR STORB—J. D. Wakeman.
imported goods in the market. Bourbon,
Cigars, Ac., at wholesale and retail. Sample rooms
and Billiard Hall.
JOHN
MASON—Wh'skjr, Wine, Cigars, Ac., at
wholesale and retail. Billiard Hall. An elegant
place.
W«s'
..
Board by the day
tH. STIMPSPNT-Books, Stationery, News-
papera, MagasineS, Ac.
STRAUSS, JeweUer. ^. WaAchea, Cloaks*
Jewelry, Ac.
LA^D OlflCB—Peter Mart
or, Register
E. II. Brown, Becdrer.,
IlAilNERT—Mrs. G. Gaxer A Co.—Ladies' Pat
nisUag Goods, Dress Making, As. 1
JSewing
W. PI8HER—Sewing Machines foe aale or rent.'
Machine Bxtras. Ae.
JOSEPH
LAUNDRB—Harness making. Repair­
ing done. Work guaranteed. 3rd St.
,WASON'S HALL—Specially adapted (0 Dancing,
1YI Madcal Entertainments, Concerts, Ae., Ae.
Commodious, Tasty and Comfortabia. Addresa or
communicate with ,B. fH.''Colmey, Proprietor',* Bis­
marck, D. T. Oct. ST-6mo
GENERAL SUPPLIES.
JW.
MCries,
RAYMOND A CO. A full line of supplies,.
Wholesale and Retail.
LEAN
A
MACNIBEB
ITE DICKEY—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci-.
gars. Billiards. Next door to Capitol Hotel.
BROISSEAU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
P.
JA.
EMMONS-
rv
Heavy slock Groce­
extensive assortment Clothing, well se­
lected Dry Goods, Ae.
0LOTHING.—J. W. Watson Bro.—Dry Goods,
Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Ac.
F. BEARDON A Co. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries, Profisions, Liquors and
Cigars.
BAKERIES.
OHN YBGIN—City Bakery. Bread, Pies, Ao.
DRUG STORES.
DN.—Drugs, Station*
R'•
WILSON.—Drugs, Stationer/, Confectionery,
Notions. Paints, Oils, Ac. Main St.'
Notions, Paints, Oils, Ac.
UNN A CO.—Full assortment ofDrngs, Notions,
Winta and Ltyuors for medicinal purposes, Ci­
gars, Ac.
7 BOOTS.AND SHOES.
JH
MARSHALL* Manufacturer and Dealer In
Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery.
SAMPLE ROOMS,
ASA
drC.
FISHER. Bililiard Hall. Liquors and Ci­
gars, the finest Jn the land.
MASON'SLiqjiors
SALOON.—H. N. Corey. Manager.
-"Stock Exchange." Best Liq-
uors and Cigars.
J£AUFFMANN & CO. Provisions, Vegetables,
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
HOTELS.
APITOL HOTEL. Main Street, Bismarck, D. T.
First Class in every particular.
I NEKS' HOTEL
tor.
-Thomas McGowan, Proprie-
BARBERS.
RURIS. IIEHLI—King of Barbers, and Imperial
Bath Rooms.,
"yyr H. H, C0MER4-Ton»orial Parlor and Ex­
celsior Bath Rooms.
BLACKSMITIIINGS
GEO.
(I. GIBBS—Wagon Making and ^Black
smithing.
f''
HM.'
MIXTER—Blaeksin »ii and re
tn all hs departm^^ ./ f^N.4«h ^t
Thayer "'V
JAMES
SOUTER—Blf^stuithhig, Ac.
PHXSIGIANS.
F.. SLAI^GBTERt.
p^'r-
D. WAKE
IMsmarett, p.
Physician and Surgeon. P.
TTy »Jb» PORffERsPIryaioiap aad Surgeon.
^at Wllsdn AfcWrter's Drdg Flore.'
OSIAHOELA
3
oaw
R—Attorney at Li
J—^kttorjcy al
state and Insurance Agent.
4«aw, *:Bejkl
OHN A. SlMWlSLL—Lawye^', Fourth St.
E.
*'i7
Lf
If
.'••n.
M. D^VlS^Lawyer'arid City'Justicij Third
Street.
HOMAS VA^ E^TTUk—Lawyer!and1tj. 8. Court
Commissioner, Main St.
I'lLf/lAMS, XL
A* WlLf.lAJrlS, Attorney at Law. Main St..
LIVERY.
C. A§H A CO. —Lirery. Bafe and Faahiona
ble Turnouts, with or without Drivers, at
greatijf^e^uced rates. Fourth Street.
{C^lf^l^-^^rcry a rip Stable. j" Hear
LUMBER^
-c
Prt,
J) I^IAIMTK ELMBER CO.-*-C. t.. H-ibart, AgL,
M.
Treasurer.
CITY BAKERY.
light
fiVf- ''flltS,
i, vn.i
.^olinxegin, Front Street, would announce to the
citjzefis jcf. Biamtrek tliathe prepared tor fill, orders
ttamrxnki&o*
PIONEER
FULL LINI OP
.f rji
TOILET ARTICLES AND N0TI0S&.
•broad. Tteltf
W. H. STIMPSOV.
General News Agent
AND DEALER IN
'BOOKS,
A
STATidNERT,
FMJIT3, "!.
NOTlONft,
OF ALL KINDS,
PAPER COLLARS
SOAPS,
CONFECTIONER
Y, Ae.
BISMARCK, D.T.
Strangers and othors will find all the latest newa
papera and a full stock of goohs.
Tf. H. STIMPSON.
Merchant Tailors
BRUSKRIJD ilc lElVSEM,
are prepared to do all work in the Tailoring Lia«
entrusted to'thetn, at reasonable pricea.
will rocelre prompt attention^ also, all
ORDERS FOR SUITS
1
last Main Street, Bismarck. D. T.
July 14—Ttoltf
GEO. P. ffXAWNERY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Beal Eatate and Insnrance Agent,
BISMARCK, D.
T.
Lands bought and sold. Abstracts of Title fiirnish
ed. Collections of claims promptly attended to.
JOSIAH DfiLAltVATER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Seal Estate and Insurance Agent,
BISMARCK, D. T.
Landa botaght and sold, Abstracts of Title furnish.
ed. Collections of claims promptly attended to.
JOHN A. STOYELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
l-42yl
Bismarck, D. T,
H. M. DAVIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MORTON'S HALL,
5wl BISMARCK, D. T.
THOMAS VAN ETTEN,
Attorney and Counselor
AT LAW,
BISMARCK. .. DAKOTA
1-50
E. A. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
BISMARCK., D. T.
B. F.' SLAUGHTER, M. D.,
U. S. Pen&tim Examining Surgeon.
.f
O^Bcein Bistnarck Dispensary, next door to Post
Office. 11T
r^ cs.eq. cjibbs'
^1'^. 3V:gB IE
Blaolmliitli and Waeoit'
j-V'
^orneir of Third and Tttayer Streets, iSismarek,
ii«:
2-81.V
,rnot w.'i 'Of?
?E HAVE ODeill^ Af"'
I'M
Imftji
ni^M^
ri
tR Ju*
Stable
FOUETH ST., BlSJIABOK, "D. T,
v'T
Safe and Fa^btonable Tufflouflr'
at greatly Rcdnced Rate».
Beliable drivers furnisheSl* when desired.
Saddle Harseat' Parlicalar attention ^iren t^ bo*
ing aud transient stock. ii .f
Hoi-ses,''Wagons and Harness handled for a light
Commission. Reriuced rdtes for Funerals—For
Poor People, pne.Carriage.free. f.
Good
i/d-
,r.
HO! ALL TE TH AT HtJKGJB%
FT. LINCOLN &EST4URANT*
Having Qtscorftinned the news business 1 wlH here
after ran a .«? -i ... 'i
FIRST
20 5jm
GLASS, RESTAURAJfT 1
Visitors and "others ai the fort ^a^ltid -me always"
ready to .cat^r to their tastea, JfealflfatiftllAoure.m
and everything furniahW Chat The market affords.
Ft. Lincoln-4om3 \V. S. RBSSKOIB'J.
A «v
•V*
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