Bismarck, D. T., Jnly 20,1877*
The regular communication! of Bismarck Lodg?
No 120, A.-. F.*. A.'. M.*. are held In their ball
on the first and third Mondays of each month at
7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially
invited. W. Mi FALCONER. W• M*
GEO. P. PLANKERY, Sec.
I. O. O.F.
The regular meetings of Mandan Lodge No. 12,
I. O. O. F., are held is .Mansenic Hall every Tues
day. Brothers in good standing are cordially Invi
D. W. MARATTA, N. G.
8IG. HANAUEB, R. Sec. 17
At the Presbyterian Charch every Sabbath morning
at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath evening commen
cing at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Immediately after
morning service. Prayer meeting every Thursday
evening. Bev. I. 0. Sloan, Pastor.
Arrival and Departure ef Malls*
On the North Pacific to and from the east arrive
and depart daily.
Leave for Ports Stevenson, Berthold and Baford
and for the Tongue River posts every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, arriving every Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday.
Leave for Port Rice and Standing Sock every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday returning, arrive
every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Leave for Deadwood and other points in the Blaak
Hills Tuesnays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving
in Dasdwood in sixty hours.
WILLIAM A. HOLLEMBAEK,
Official Surveyor Burleigh Ceuty
Drugstore, or C^S. Land Office.
JCHN A. ST07ELL—Count yIAttorney.*4th St.
*HO£ VAN ETTEN—Attorney at Law and United
RE8TON WILLIAMS—(D. 0 Preston, A
Williams) Main Street.
EO FLANNERY— (City Attorney) West
T. BIGELOW, D,'D S—Office opposite Camp
THOMPSON—City Engineer. Those who
want lots surveyed and boundaries established
will be accommodated. Office, U.S. Land Office.
Physician 1 Surgeon,
Office at the Capitol Hotel. Prompt attention to
calls in town or country day or night, 13-ly
O. S. 60FF—Agent for Planes and Organs,
Bismarck, Dakota. 16-tf
Weekly Weather Synopsis.
BISJfAHCK, JOLT 19, 1S77.
Highest Lowest Mean
Barometer 80,062 29.328 29.761
Thermometer S4° 4SB 62°.2
Humidity 90 24 55.7
Prevalent directioh of wind. West.
Wind's max. velocity, 4:3© 14th Inst. 85 miles
Total number of miles traveled, 2,239
Tctal amt Bain in inches, 0.00.
DAVID THO. FLANNERY,
Obs Sig Se
Steamboat Supplies, Rosin, Goal Tar,
Lard Oil, etc. at Hollemback's
jThe wife of Col. Tilford presented her
excellent husband with a little son a
few days since. Mother and child get
ting on nicely.
1877. ESTABLISHED 1872
James A. Emmons, Wine and. Liquor
Merchant, Bismarck, D. T,
Ed. Hackett came down from Tongue
river yesterday. He reports the boys
getting on nicely, and says Thomas
Richards has a pleasant and lucrative
position with John Smith.
(Late 7tii Cavalry Saloon,) Choice
TV ines, Liquors and Cigars, also the
celebrated Dakota Bitters, and Butter
milk on ice. Old and new friends are
invited to call.
Mayor McLean has gone to Tongue
river to close up bis Yellowstone wood
contract business. H. G. CoykendaH
came down yesterday.
Congress Water at
Lee Humbert's building is about com
plete, and John Fissel has already com
menced operations in the harness mak
ing line. The building is double, and
will afford good accommodations for
some other business.
Souvenir Do Qrtmaan
is the name of anew cigar, just receiy*
ed at the St. Louis Liquor Store. They
are made of long, clean Havana tobac*
co, and are the best'in the market. 12tl2
The dog killer is abroad in the land.
The council directs in this case and the
city marshal has only to obey. About
twenty have been killed. Those who
care for their dogs can protect them
with a check, which is evidence'of tax
Bass & Co.'s English ale from Burton
on Trent, and St. Paul Cream Ale on
draught at the St. Louis Liquor Store.
Gen. Hazen arrived on Thursday, en
route for Cincinnati. He will leave
that point for Europe in two or three
weeks, having been detailed to go to
Vienna, and from that point observe
the progress of the European war.
Notwithstanding the General was
mistaken in his estimate of this coun
try, the people of this section have a
warm corner in their hearts for him,
and we were not surprised to learn that
the booming cannon was called into req
uisition to do him honor on the occa
sion of his arrival.
Patent extinguisher burner at Gayla'a-uratd fiva hundred money orders.
wHKhold Episcopal services in the
bylerian charch Friday eyening at 8
Ten dollars reward will be paid for
the return to the post office, Bismarck,
or to E. L. Strauss & Bro., of a gold
ring with crystal setting, valuable be
cause of its associations, lost in Bis
marck or near the city, June 17th.
A discontented man has for some time
been talking of going south. In dis
cussing the matter with his wife, who
opposes the idea, he said. "I want to
go where there is no snow to shovel."
She said he would— when he died.
And he got mad about It.
Patent extinguisher burner at Gayle's
Six companies of the Twenty Second
Infantry arrived at Fort Lincoln on the
18th at eleven
The mines purchased by Mr, Bonni
weli are the Fairview and Great West
ern lodes located in Hidden Treasure
Gulch. Mr. Bonniweli tested the
quartz thoroughly, running several tons
of it through a mill, and found it aver
ages $44,60 to the tun. Mr. Bonniweli
left Maj. Newson at work in Saw Pit
Gulch, engaged in opening the Mount
ain Chief lead.
Full and complete stock of Wines
Liquors and Cigars at M. Cahn's. 19
The stage which arrived to day re
ports the murder by Indians of a Mr.
Wagoner, formerly of Moorbead, bis
wife and brother-in-law, near the Black
Hills on the 17th. This is the murder
alluded to in the Pioneer Press of the
Two or three boarders will find first
class accommodations in a private fam
ily. Inquire at this office.
One of the most genial men in the
river service is Capt. Robert Bailey,
pilot on the Fannie Tatum. The Capt.
has spent a life-time, almost, on the
lower Mississippi, but for two years
past has operated successfully on the
A splendid article constantly in
stock at Hallet & Keating's. Their fa
cilities for handling them are such that
they are always fresh and nice. Steam
boats and hotels supplied. 15tf
The Government has determined to
change the Fort Peck agency down the
river about ninety miles, and advertise
ments are out for proposals for the
buildings. Dr. Bird, agent, is in the
city looking after the matter.
Turpentine, White Lead, Linseed oil
Putty and Glass at Sc. Paul prices at
W. G. Watt having graduated as a
steamboatman, has returned and resum
ed the insurance business.
Large assortment of Virginia Plug
Tobacco at M. Cahn's. 19
Patent extinguisher burner at Gayle's
The Independent Order of Redman
ship had a candidate for initiation
recently. Ice water' from squirt
guns, paddles dipped in tar ap
plied to the person innocent of clothes,
and other interesting—to the crowd—
erprcises were among the attractions.
-The" time, place, and the victim are said
to be secrets.
Patent extinguisher burner at Gayle's
The patent extinguisher burner
which extinguishes the light in an in
stant, should it be knocked over, or
when desired at yle's. Corner Main
and 3d St. I7tf
Toilet Articles, Florida- and Laven
der Vater, Cologne, Hair Oils, Fine
soaps Ac., Ac., at HOLLBHBACK'S.
From May 29th, 1877 to Jul? 19th.
inclusive, the Bismarck post-office is-
and are now at
that point awaiting orders. They will
probably leave for Detroit, Mich, in a
few days. The 22d. Infantry have been
out just a year, and during that tkne
hare seen the hardest kind of service,
and we congratulate them on their re
turn to civilization.
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco by the
pound or bucket at M. Cahn's. 19
A Blaek Hills Investor.
Hon. W. T. Bonniweli returned from
the Black Hills on Wedensday last de
lighted with the prospects. He had a
carpet bag lull of excellent gold and
silver bearing quartz specimens, some
of them yeiy rich, and he is on his way
east to purchase a stamp mill which he
will put into business at Central City.
Mr. Bonniweli is an old California mi
ner, and undoubtedly knows just what
he is doing, and he is satisfied to put
his money into the Black Hills, and to
urge his friends to do the same. He
purchased two well known leads at Cen
tral City, and when he gets both under
way will make a trip to the Big Horn.
He knows the Black Hills are rich in
gold, and believes the Big Horn coun
try still richer. The senator says the
Black Hills are full of idle men who
would be glad of any opportunity to
get out but|tbat is not the fault of the
Hills, but of the penniless pilgrims who
go expecting to gather gold from the
grass roots as men gather fruit from
trees. He says the highest hopes that
have been formed of the Black Hills
will be more than justified.
will find plenty of good
ly old place fifteen mile*
dry wood at my old
above the Big Muddy also above Fort
Buford which will be sold at prices to
•uit the times. JOSEPH R. LANSING
E. A. Williams hag made the follow
ing lot sales on his eighty east of the
city: To Col. Wm. Thompson four lots
to W. A. Arcbambault four lots to Mrs.
J. A. Emmons four lots to Rev. I. O.
Sloan two lots to Jas. A. Emmons two
lots to Cbas. Brown eight lots, and to
C. A. Lounsberry six lots. Prices rang'
ing from twenty to forty dollars.
Corner of Meigs and 6th streets. Miss
Mattie Ward, teacher. Terms: one pa
pil per week, fifty cents two, seventy*
five cents additional pupils twentr-fiTe
The following is the result of the base
ball game played in this place Thursday:
Bo wen, 1st
Merchants'. T141 61 Total. 19|
Picked Nine, 18 1|4|0| Total, 131
Left an basss Merchants, 5 Picked Nine, 3.
Jnly 18th—J Dillon, river A Law,
Miller, Films, £lehards, Snyder, Geo.
Deadwood, Swift, Fargo Gen. Carttn. Stand
ing J!oct Maj Bird, Ft Peek Powers, O
Bradford, O Ciller. Prank Tubbs, 8 Ladeboer,
Grand Bapids E Cbllds, Beer Lodge A Towne
and wife. Jnly 19tb. John Athens, Altona, 111
Titos, Deadwood Ber Ball O Lacy,
Brooklyn, N Ber Knickabacker, Minneapo
lis' Mrs E Harding, Winona E |W Woods, E A
Johnston, S Baniham, W Campbell, W Jt Mer
riam, St Paul John Barns, Mrs Branson and child,
July 13—BenJP Lewis, Helena WJT Bonniweli,
Hutchinson Marcus Johnson, Atwater Poss,
Chicago Wm Sovern West Cambridge N
Henry Mankin, Black Hills A Myer. newsag*t
Joel Stgbbins, Standing Bock Pillen, Louis
Vincent, Fargo A Sweet, Brainerd John Crandall,
Minneapolis/ E ChQds. Deer Lodge. Jnly 19—
A Crager, W Colter, St. Paul win Obenshiene.
Indianapolis John Hovey, Ipsuich, Mais
Acker, Chicago McDonald, Lowell, Jr,
Probert, Fargo John Greene, Phil'a John Awl,
Pittsburgh Whipple. Solen Maine Girard,
Ft Lincoln "Geo Thomas, Gallatin, Genl
Hazen, E W Casey, Capt. Maguire, 3 A W Der
cent. West Union, la ER Bailey, Ft Wayne.
Dickey. O Smith, S A A Simons, Black
Hills Ed Rimer Matt Kelly. Ed Harvey, Milwau
kee John Elliott, Detroit Pat Welch, Yankton
N Can, river A McKernan, Helena John
Porter, Georgetown, Pa John Smith, Patrick
Maley, Adam Votzel, W Davis, Tongue River Pat
Crowley, Ft. Lincoln Mrs A Kemp.
O'Conner, Omaha W Cook, Ft Shaw,
Joseph Byan, Hudsan, Wis Ed Carson, Lake Fitz
gerald, ?t Lincoln Smith, Deadwood, Gib
son, Boston W Dunn, St Louis Herron Ft
Bepton Towns, Washington Ter Goodhue,
W Gooding, Sauk Bapids Geo A Hood, Ft Benton
Wm Howard, Wood Yard Chas Thornton, Boce
man Joe Owens, Helena Chas Wood, 8auk
Bapids, A Sogers, Jno Hayes, John Tally, John
McCormick, St Jf^iul.
One Threshing Machine, with ten horse power
portable engine and boiler, now in charge of James
Donglas, Moorbead, Minn.
Oae P. K. Dedenck Perpetual Hay Press, now
in care of C. J. Stuart, Wadena, Minn.
One 40-horso power Steam Engine and Boiler,
suitable for a saw or flooring mill.
Two Water Wheels. Also other machinery.
Ail the above, separate or together, will be sold
cheap for cash, or exchanged for land or other good
The thres&er will b» rented for the seasan if de
Address, JAMES BABOON,
Jnly IS, 1877. 90-31
AND ST. LOUIS,
Leaves Bismarck for the above and all intermediate
Sunday, Jnly 22d, at 10 a. m.,
the elegant Passenger steamer
jr. E. MONTGOMERY, Maste r.
IV. A. KOFFETT, Cleric.
For freight or passage apply os board.
Came upon my premises abont the 10th day of
this month, two yoke of working |«x«n. Owner will
prove property, pay expenses and take them away.
Worthlngton, Barnes county, Dakota Territory.
July 16th, 1877. 19
LOTS, in a body. Good neighborhood line
prospest. For sale cheap. G. W. SWEET. [13t3
OME valuable business property on Main street,
for sale (lS-5t) G. W. SWEET.
PHYSICIANS «r SURGEONS.
PORTER—Office next to Tribune Block.
F. SLAUGHTER—U. 8. Examining Surgeon.
Office at Dunn's Drug Store.
FOURTH ST., OPPOSITE CITY
Bread, Pies, Cakes and Fruit delivered to any part
of the city. CHAS. RE
The Best Blood Purifier and Tonic of the age is
Gregory's Scotch Bitters,
For sale at
THE ST. L9DIS LIQUOR STOKE
and manufactured by Younu. Patterson Co.
FIFTY DOLLARS RE WARD.
Strayed or stolen from the subscriber ori&e morn
ing of the 3d inst., one calico colored Hone one
Iron gray Horse branded on left shoulder G. P.
one sorrel mare male one mosse colored mare
mole. The above reward wiil.be ^aid for the lost
or for information that will lead to their re
covery. DAHIKL MANNING.
PerMcLusAMicnoBS. 17 St*
OF ALL KINDS, TOGETHER WITH
Paints, Oils, Varnish
And Everything Usually
Kept in a Well Hernia
ted Establishment of
AN IMMENSE STOCK OP
Always an hand sad aa nnasaall Fall Line
Main Strset,"Bismarck, D. T.
O E I
Front Street, 0pp. B. B. Depots
The Oldest and, only First Class
Restanrant in Bismarek.
Give me a call and I will Guarantee
J. i\ Forster.
Notice is bensby giv.n tb at there will be a special
meeting of tbeelector# of Sch ool District No. 1. Bur
leigh County Dakota, held at the school house on
on Second Street, Bismark, D. T., on the 87th day of
JnUSinst.. at8o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
voting upon a proposition to be then submitted to
raise by the issue of bonds of the district a sum not
exceeding four thousand dollars provided for by
act of the Legislature of the Territory of Dakota,
at Its recent session, for the purpose of building a
school house also for the purpose of selecting a site
for a school house.
Bismarck, June 111877.
WM. THOMPSON, Director.
J. P. DUNN. Clerk l«-4*
6th Street, Bismarekjlfc T. Opporfte
Fine work for gents or ladies a specialty. Repair
ing quickly and neatly done. Orders from abroad
will receive pronpt attention. nlSrStf
To All Whom it Bfay Concern.
Notice is hereby given that James Render and
John W. O'Neal, additional Soldier'*
Homesteads, theSW*of see.33,Tp.l39rrange80,
near the townsite of Bismarek,
Saving now fairly established my Wholesale and fetail
Clothing! Bouse, I am proM to saif I have, the Largest
and nicest estiMishment of the sort west of St, Paul.
My stock rejjresemts many thousands of dollars, and my
resources are such as to enable me to always carry the
largest and best assorted stock of
Gent's Futnishing Goods, Hats and Caps in Bismarck.
I am bound to be the Boss Clothier of Bismarck, or any
where else in the upper country. I desire my name to be
known, and my Goods to be seen, wherever there may be a
habitatidn on the Missouri, the Yellowstone, or in the Blaek
For ae then exists ao Opposition.
Competitors may swarm around me, and offer their
goods aM eost or less, still I can beat therm. I can sell for
less than they, and still mike ii living profit.
My patrons will be convinced of the truth of all say
when I tell them of the great advantages I possess, chief
of which is the following: My establishment is a branch
of the great and extensive Clothing Souse of
Hanauer, IMtenauer & Co.,
of St. Paul, Minn. Every stitch of Clothing I have is
Made by Ourselves. We are manufacturers, and pay no
intermediate profit, consequently my customers obtain
their goods from First Hands. They pay me a small profit
from original cost, and they buy goods from me at Lower
Prices than from any otherhouse west of St. Paul.
I make these offers to obtain the Whole Clothing Trade, to
which I consider myself fairly entitled. By fair and
square dealing, by selling honest goods at Bock Bottom
Prices, I hope to obtain hosts of friends and steady cus
tomers, arid prove myself a living benefit to the purchas
ing public, who are respectfully invited to call on me
before buying anywhere else.
Respectfully, SIG. HANAUERj
St. Paul Branch Clothing Souse, opposite Post Office.
ESTABLISHED 1872. REBUILT 1877.
PIONEER DRUG STORE.
Wholesale and Retail
Having been Be-bsilt is now l^eeWing a Fall
Drags and Toilet Articles,
1877. "OLD RELIABLE" 1877,
Missouri River Transportation Co.
S. B. COlILSOn, Genl. Manafsr.
D. W. HARATTA, SnpS.
Eleven First Class Passenger
BoHt exprswly for tl» trad*, eonnectiof si Fort
Benton with Coaefees for all parts of
and DM Great Diamond R. -Freight Traiap. The
Boats of this line will Lear*
Regularly during th* Seasoo. The Laige sad Ele
gant Passenger Steamer
Leaves Blwnsrck for TONGUE RIVJSS and Interne
diat* Points Friday JuiySSIA, on arrival af
train. For Freight or Passage apply by letter, or
T-, will contest
the right of J. J. Jackman to enter said land under
the pre-emption law or to receive a patent therefor.
JOHN tT. O'NEAL!
By D. M. Ctdraw, their Attorney in fret. £16-3t
D. W. MARATTA, Snpfc,
T. C. POWER, Pres't.
Chicago Office* 83 Market St.
6. A. BAKER, See'?.
St. Louis Office. 219 Olive St.
The New, fast and commodious Passenger
JAS. McGABBY, J0HH 0. BABE,
AMD AU, POINTS ON THE
LeBresMsmarekVorP&rifctfeoon July S8,1S77.
«rliij|j orPssasji ipyfr na-Baisd octo^-''
S. SmtdoM $ .Co.,
Fourth St rear Eissnbero'f store
BISMARCK, D. T.
Deer sad otter heads pot np la
Turning In waod sad Iran,, cabinet issllng.
Chairs, Lounf ktu. sahiMoreif ee sfcasineUea.
Purnltura rraraished Special sttentioe toiiwh
lngof erery desctlpUoe.
EH lil & Von BE8TEHB0STEL
KING OF BARBERS,
Next door to Peoples 8uppiy Store, Bisawrdc, 9.
A first-class shsring hsll where
noao but lbs Ml
competent swlssu sue iss»lsje.
HOT AND COLD BATHS,
Ladles Hair Dressing, kc.
Saaple fcxm and Bflfiard ML
Choice Wines, liqnori all
Cigars Constantly on
At the Old Stand, Moorhead, Jbaav
Fire Anns, Ammunition,
FI8HINO TACKLE, See,
Sharps and Winchester Rifles ft
Particular Attention given to Repairing.
Orders by Mail Promptly Attendei to.
MAIN STREET. BldMARCK, D. T.
DION & CO.,
Carpenters and Builders,
BISMARCK, D. X.
Put through. Promptly
at the Lowest Rates
Office at the Shop on Fifth Street.
Bismarek Real Estate Agency.
Improved town property for sale or
rent. Outside acre property for sale in
one and fire acre lots—will be sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents
JOHN W. FISHES.
The Choicest Bottled Goods and
In the Market. The rery best Impor
HIKES, LIQUORS DID ClflAKi
always in stock, Two doors above Me.
chants Hotel, Bismarck, D. T.
C. B. WI1LIAH8, Proprietor.
The undersigned.are prepared to urnMh good
Ash and Qottonwood
Navigating tbe Yellowstone river.
Tsvii Tea aa* Tw«atjr Miles Be*
MATHEWS & MQBQAte
Portrait and Landscape
O O A E
NORTHERN PACIFIC VIEWS.
Catalogue on application. 9^
The Chicago And Northwestern
Railway embraces under one management the Great
Trunk Railway Lines of tbe North and North-west,
and with its numerous branches sad connections,
forms the shortest and quickest route between Chi
cago and all points in lllinois, Wisconsin, Northern
Michigan, Minnesota, lows, Hebsaski, California
and the Western Territories. Iu|
Omaha and California Line
is the Aortest and .-best roote between Chicago and
all points in Northern Illinois, Iowa, Dakota, Ne
braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Cali
fornia, Oregon, China, Japan and Australia. Its
Chicago, St. Pari & Minneapolis line
Is the shortest line between Chicago and all points
in Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, and for
Madison, 8t. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, and all
points in the Great Northwest.
Pallnsaa Palace Drawing-Beem
Cars are run on ail through trains of this road.
This is the ONLY LINE running these cars be
tween Chicago and St: Paul and Minneapolis.
Close connections are made at Chicago with the
Lake Shore Michigan Southern, Michigan Central
Baltimore ft Ohio, Plttsbtaig, PU Wayne Chicago,
KmiMh* Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all
points Bast and .South-east,, and with the Chicago
and Alt"" »n* Illinois Central for all points £outb.
Remember, you ask for your tickets via the Chi
cago Northwestern Railway, and take none Other.
Por rates or information not attainable .from your
home ticket agents, apply to
W. H. STCHNJSTT. MARTIN HUOH1TT,
Gen. Bas. A«'t.€Ueago. Gen. Mang*r Chicago*
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