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St Fail tames* Directory
(Cfcas. P. Peabody. Maarice Lyons. W. I/. Perkins.) Pera EABODY, LYONS CO.-Impofteni and Deal In Fine Wine* and Liqaota, Old Bourbon mid Bye Whiskies, California Wines and Brandies. Scotch Ale, Dublin and London Porter. JJo.M Kast Third Street. St. Paul. Minn. 8-8 CRAIG LARK IN—Importers and dealer! to Crockery, French China, Glassware, Lamp#, Looking Glasses, and House Furnishing Good*. Bart Third Strwt. St. Panl._Minn CandNo. AMPBELL, BUKBANK CO., Manufacturer* Jobbers of Clothing and Gents' furnishing Goods, 89 East Third Street. St. Paul.* Minn. M"™5^HES^^00in^^S5u55iElKK^TSeI?hSS Tailors, and dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods, No. 82 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Suits made the most fashionable style, at short notice. Minneapolis Business Directory. CLARK HOUSE—Corner Fourth Street and Hen nepin Ave., two Blocks from the Academy of Music. Only first class Two Dollar House, New, elegantly furnished, and situated in the finest por tion of the City. HOTELS. Merchant's Hotel, Cor. Main and. Third St.* Bismarck, I. T. L. N. GRIFFIN, Proprietor. Building new and commodious, rooms large, com fortable and tastily furnished. First class in every particular. Bills reasonable. 3-2Ttf CAPITOL HOTEL, •Chester A. King, PROPRIETOR. Main Street, Bismarck, D. T. Eirst Class Hotel ia every Particular. Oct. 14.1S75. CUSTF.R HOTEL THOS. MCG-OWAN, Proprietor. Fifth St. near Main, BISMARCK, D. T. This house is a larpe three story building, entirely DOT, well lighted and heated, situated only a few rods from the depot. River men railroad men, ottners and army people will find first class accom modations at reasonable prices. 5-7 Western House, BXalloy Brothers, Proprietrs, Main Street, BISMARCK, D. T. fbb Hotel is New, well fnrnlsbed, and the tables Mied with the best the market affords. ices Seasonable. Headquarters O E FARGO, D. T. Hubbard & Tyler, Prop's. Only first class Hotel at the Northern Pacific Crossing of the Red "River. Commodious, Convenient and prices Seasonable. All trains stop over night. NEW RESTAURANT- Mrs. P. Kelly. Third Street, Second door back of Pioneer Hardware Store, BIS MARCK, D. T. MEALS AT ALL HOURS Boarding by the Day or Week and Good Accommodations. T. S. WHITE, LANE K. STONE, H.W.STONE. White, Stone & Co., JOBBERS IN BOOKS, STATIONERY AND PAPER, 53 & 55 East Third St., St. Paul Man Orders receive prompt attention and prices guaranteed to be the lowest iu the West. W. H. STIMPSON, General News Agent AND DEALER IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, FRUITS, NOTIONS, OP ALL KINDS, PAPER COLLARS, SOAPS, CONFECTIONERY, $c. BISMARCK, D.T. Strangers and othors will find all the latest news papers and a full stock of gooha. W. 3. STIMPSON. GEO. PEOPLES. MIK1S RUSH BISJHARCK and FT. BUFORD -miiTifyrty MAIL EXPRESS LIRE! Leaves Bismarck for Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Buford every Tuesday, Thnrsday and Saturday at 8 a. m., arriving at Buford at 4 p. m. Returning leaves Buford every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at S a. m.,arriving at Bismarck at 4 p. m. en Wednesday's, Friday's and Sunday's. Special Dispatches Forwarded at Short Notice within the Shortest Possible Time for the Military Au thorities or Others. Tor Freight or Passage apply to PEOPLES & BUSH, iwk, D.T, JOHN C. OSWALD. Wholesale Dealer In WINES, LIQUOBS & CIGrA. JbX 61® F«1TF. Washing**Ar„ MWHWUg, MOT J. H. HALLETT FRANK P. KEATING. HALLETT & KEAT0T8, DEALERS IN FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND FISH. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO STEAM BOAT ORDERS. Main Street, bet. 4th and 5th, Bismarck, D. T. J. H. MARSHALL, Manufacturer and Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES. FULL LINE OF CLOVES,HOSIERY,TRUNKS AND VALISES. GENTS' CUSTOM MADE BOOTS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to orders by mail. Wm. A. HOLLEMBAEK, DRUGGIST and STATIONER. DEALER IN FINE TOILET ARTICLES, Wines, Liquors & Cigars, Glassr Putty, Paints, Oils, &c.,8ec. McLEAN & MACNIDER, General Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods, BOOTS and SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS And Caps, Crockery, Etc. Agents For the Studdeba&er Wagon. MAIN STREET. BISMARCK, D. T. WM. HARMON CO, Post Traders, FORT A. LINCOLN, fl. T. Large £p Unusually well Assorted STOCK OF EMBRACING GROCERIES, £ATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND^ SHOES, LAMB* rare DRESS OOODS Maw 4 3. CO 1 n.. CO TO J. W. RAYMOND & CO. FOR GROCERIES 1 PROYISIOISrS,. ASD ouse Furnishing GOODS R. C. SEIP. P. a HOLLEMBAEK. THE PIONEER HARDWARE STORE R. C. SEIP & Co. Have just Eecsivsd a Large and Complete Assortment of Heavy and Shelf Hardware and are prepared to do all kinds of work, on Short Notice, in TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPEK WARE. Outfits For Housekeepers, Carpenters, Masons, KIHEES. PARMEBS. WOOD CONTRACTORS and Everybody in General. Call and see for yourselves, remembering that we consider it 11 Trouble to Show Coods, at the Old Pioneer Hardware Store, Main Street, Opposiie Six1 rid an House. P. NEYENS. Corner Main and Third Street, Bismarck, D. T. ZD.. I. BAILEY &c CO., (Successors to BAILEY & LANDRE,) Wholesale &> He tail Dealers in HE AYY1SHELF HARDWARE TINWARE, IflMBBm. STEAMBOAT -OIK Smk supplies, TOOLE, t-fiK BS^T ASSORTMENT OF X. PABLO& AND BOX STOVES ii .Bismarck, MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF r. na Tin and sheet Iron Ware. 0.' M--U iveeive prompt attention. of all descriptions. D.I. BAILEY ir CO, E. O. BOSTWICK. Saddle and Harness STORE. We keep conEtabtljon haa.1 a f.:li line o.' Mexia California saddles, Heavy and Light Harness, BlanVets, Whips, Bells, Hair Cincha'f. Harness Oil and Soap, Trunks. TraTeling Bsgs, Yalises, Ac., ke. PleMS call orf oaafaM oar Stock before ordering tsuhwi SZTERS As BOSTWICK tt wr flwucv» mm A mm. n. A E The Custer Route TO THE BLACK HILLS. 9 Thro' Express Trains. FBOH ST. PAUL. Jo BISMARCK, DAILY. Makma done connections at ST. PAUL with trains from CHICA O and all pointn south. .No Delay Continuous Run Northern Pacific E. R* 1877. Summer Anaonstat 1877, STATIONS. 1 Duluth, WESTWARD. EASTWARB. 1 lT' 12.30 p. m. ar. 12.10 p, m. N. P. Junction, ar. 2.15 p. m. Iv. 10.30 a, m. N. P. Junction. Ilv. 3.00 p. El, ar. 10.20 a# m. BBA1NEBD, ar. fT.45 p. m« lv. +6.20 a. m. BRAINEBD, lv. 8.15 m. ar. 6.05 a. m. WADENA, 1 lv. 11.11 m. lv* 2.35 a. m. Fargo, ar. +6.00 a. m. lv. 8.00 p. m. Fargo, lv. 7 00 a, XD. ar. +6.30 p. tn. Jamestown, 1 ar. +12.25 m. Iv. 1.40 p. m. Jamestown, lv. 1.10 p. m. ar. 11.10 p. ID. Bimarek, ar. 7.00 p. Q. Iv. 7.00 a. m. tMeals-i Close connection with Lake steamers at *Dn Intb St. Fanl trains at N. P. Junction St. Paul Pacific Railroad trains at Glyndoa for Fisher's Fort Garry and the British Possessions, via steamers of Bed Hirer Transportation Co. at Moorehead, Minn., and Fargo, D. T., with steamers for Fort Garry, Pembina, and all points on the Bed Hirer, at Bism arck with steamers to all points north and south on the Missouri River including Standing Bock, Fort Bice, Berthold, Carroll, Helena, Ben ton, and other points ia Montana also with N. W. Stage and Express Co.'s line to Deadwood, (Sty and all points in the Black Bills. Dated May 16th, 1817. G. G. SANBORN, H. A. TOWNE, Gen'l Badness Agt. Superintendent. N. Dunkleberg, General Dealer in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, MOLDINGS, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, D4PPff 4itrn Building Material OF ALL KINDS. BISMARCK. DAKOTA. H. EX. MIXTUR, 4th Street, Bismarck, D. T. BlacKsiith ant ffapn Sloj. All orders for work in Iron or Wood promptlj attended to. Special Attention Given TO REPAIRS. Diseases of Horses, especially difficulties In MB nection with the feet, successfully treated. v3n4tf nrrSfn^^Ssre^n^rosewovd (not used IlaJlvij oyer six months), only $1.80, cost 9650. BBBHHHINew Pianos at wholesale. Great bargains. ABC! I¥l! Nearly new, $20 2 stops, $45 5 stops, VMflllo $50 6 stops, $55 7 stons, $60 9 stops, •^••1(5 12 stops, $55 to $75. JZare oppor tunities. New organs at wholesale. Beware imita tions. Best offer ever made, read. Seat an 5 to If days' test triaL Money refunded and freight paid both ways if unsatisfactory. Est. 1856. Agents Wanted. Discounts to Teachers Ministers, Ac. Address DANIEL F. BEATTY Washington, Kew Jersey. 40-4t IQothcrg who dose tlieir darlings with drastic purgatives incur a fearful responsibili ty. Th': gentle, moderate (yet effective), laxative, alterative, and anti-billiocs operation of TARRANT'S SELTZEB APERIENT peculiarly adapts it to the dis orders of children. 25 EXTRA FINE MIXED CARDS, with oame, lO cts., post-paid. L. JONES Co.. Nassau, N. Y. OUFATRT' CWtorTxfiOLOiST'O&f.HAM ERANtfS (.N-'AWtR It?A.. ii A W A E 'D 'J-FK-ii "A'J gfcCOffliQA per day atbrme. Samfles worth *5 free. STISSOS Co., Portland, Me "JACKSON's BEST" S"W"EET TsTA-^T CHEWING TOBACCO was awarded the highest prize at Centennial Exposi tion for its fine chewing qualities, the excellence and|lasting character of its sweetning and flavoring. Ifyou„want the best tobacco ever made ask your grocer for this, and see that each plug bears oa our blue strip trade mark with words Jackson's Best on it. Sold wholesale by ail jobbers Send for sample to C. A. Jackson Co., Manufac urers, Petersburg, Ya. TO HAVE GOOD HEAtTR THE T.IVEK yiV*T UK RKi'T tri Glilli.il- I a rlav at home Agents wantsd. Outfit in. t«rms free. TRUE & CO., Aazoti. Me U. S. Mail and Express. On and after Tuesday, August 14th. 1STT. I ~i| 1 take Passenjrera and Mail iron eh from Bisaarck to Standing Rock ia ONE DAY. thus arcHlng say ehaage or delay. Patroms «an purchase Tickets and leave all Express matter for Fort Bico. Standing Bock, asd all down river pointa at the United States Ezprws Oin, opposite past ofice. B. A. Walker, A««at. Stages trti start promptly a* atrsa (7) o'clock a. ta. frooi the United Aai«s *xprssaeSee. Tkbcta «sl lifRSi matter .boald fco^trrMgwl the jqpvf.