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Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 12,1877«
MASONIC.
The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge
No 120, A. F.\ & A.*. M.\ are held in their hall
on the first and third Mondays nf each month at
1 p. m. Brothers in pood standing are cordially
Invitoi!. W. M. FALCONER, \V. M.
GEO. P. FLANSEST, Sec.
I. O. O. I'.
The regular meetings of Mandan Lodge No. 12,
I. O. O. are held in 5I in?onic Hall every Tues­
day. Brothers in good standing are cordially invi­
ted.
D. W. MARATTA, N. G.
SIG. HANAUEE, K. Sec. 17
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
At the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning
at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath evening commen­
cing at 8 o'clock- Saboath School immediately after
morning service. Prayer meeting every Thursday
evening. Bev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
On the North Pacific to and from the east arrive
and depart daily.
Leave for Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Buford
And for the Tongue Biver posts every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, arriving every Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday.
Leave for Fort Bice and Standing Bock every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday returning, arrive
every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Leave for Deadwood and other points in the Black
Hills Tuesnays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving
In Deadwood in sixty hours.
WlLLIin
A.
HOLLEMBAEK,
Official Snrreytr Bwlelfh Ceacty
Office,
Drug Store, or IT. S. Land Office.
Ttf
LAWYERS.
A
I5TOYELL
OAKLAND—Attorneys at Law, 4th
St. John A. Stoyell, County Attorney.
TAN
ETTEN—Attorney
EO
at Law and United
States Commissioner.
WESTON & WILLIAMS—(D. 0 Preston, E
Williams) Main Street.
KLANNERY-(City
Main Street
Attorney) West
HBUT1ST.
AT.
EIGELOW, S—Office opposite Camp
Hancock.
CHAS.
THOMPSON—City Engineer. Those who
want lots surveyed and boundaries established
will ho JJ. a. Land Office.
S. JPUk'ClI,
Physician 1 Surgeon,
Office at the Capitol Hotel. Prompt attention to
calls in town or country day or ni^ht, 13-ly
MULtlCSiL, INSTRUMENTS.
MilS.
0. S.'GOFF—Agent forPianas and Organs,
Bismarck, Dakota. 16-tf
Dr. Win. A. lientley, Physician and
Surgeon, office for the present at room
45, Sheridan House. Calls left at the
offiee promptly altanded to. 31tf
Praizio Fires.
Our people cannot be too careful in
burning the dead grass around their
premises and elsewhere. Some pne
unknown set the grass on fire about
ten miles above Bismarck, on Monday,
thinking, of course, to control it, but
it got the best of the party and spread
frantically down the river and into
Sutherland & Allen's hay cam?. Mr.
Allen and his men were near by, but
with all their endeavors, lost all their
clothing and a wagon. One of the
men, Mr. Hussey, lost his clothing, be­
sides being burnt about the faca severe­
ly. Hs also owned the wagon that was
burned. The greatest care should be
taken.
1877. ESTABLISHED 1872
COMPLIMENTS OF
James A. Emmons, "Wine and. Liquor
Merchant, Bismarck. D. Tc
There will be no meeting
Mite Society this week.
Toilet
of the
Fine Cigars at Wholesale and Re­
tail at Hoilembae&'s Drug" Store. 40
Mr. Mixter is building an addition to
his blacksmith shop. When a man has
to enlarge his building for his business
it is conclusive that he is do:n» well.
Seidsnberg's Key West Cigars at
Hollealiact's. 40
Cant. J. H. Reaney left for home yes­
terday morning. We shall miss his
pleasant face, but hope to see him in
Bismarck next season. Capt. Reaney
is a genial gentleman and first-class
business man.
Boarding.
Single Meals 25 cents or hoard bv the
week at $4.5d at J. P. Reason's, Main
St., Bismarck. tf
In our mentioning of the opening of
the Exchange dancing hall the compos­
itor ieft off the ing from the *7ord
dancing, which make it appear dance
hall, and as in common parlar.ee tbsre
is understood to be quite a difference
between the two, we wish to have
understood distinctly that it was in­
tended io read dancinir hail, which is
it3 pvonsr n.nr.e.
rticles. Fanny So«ps,
Brushes, ec.
Died of Mountain Fsrer.
A voung man by the name of Freder­
ick Felsom, aged
21
years, whose parents
reside at Morris, Minn., has been seri­
ously ill for several days past, at Mr. H.
Gager"s, the young man being a friend to
the family, but after becoming convales­
cent, exercised too much, which caused
a relapse, from which he died Monday
evening. His mother was telegraphed
for, but being unable to come—not know­
ing his exact condition—his father came
instead, but too late, as his son had en­
tered the valley of the shadow of death a
few hours before his arrival, lie was
kindly cared for by his many friends, and
was buried at
2
p. m. Tuesday.
Also Mr. Isaac Bower, who has a fam­
ily living at Tecumseh, Johnson county,
Neb., died at the Custer House Monday
night. He has been in the employ of the
stage company during the summer, and
while in the hay camp on Elm creek, he
contracted the fever, and was very sick
when brought in. He wife was tele­
graphed the sad fate of her husband, but
was unable to get here. Mr. Bower was
about
30
year of age, and died surround­
ed by sympathizing friends. He was bu­
ried Tuesday afternoon.
When it comes to sickness or death the
people of Bismarck forget everything bat
that we are all one flesh and one blood,
and the afflicted ones are cared for with
affectionate and kind hands. Both par­
ties had excellent medicinal care, besides
careful nursing, and He only who rules
the hand of death can answer why they
were taken.
Strayed.
From Geo. Gates' wood yard, about
14 miles from Ft. Stevenson, on* brin*
die ox with bell on neck and one black
ox, both about eight years old. A suit­
able reward will bs given for their re­
turn or information as to their where­
abouts, to GEO. GATES,
42«2t Ft. Stevenson, or Bicmarek.
New "Winter Goods.
Mr. Selleck has just received a splen­
did lot of fur goods, such as buffalo
overcoats, seal caps and gloves, fcc.,
which can be bought very cheap. He
also has on hand a few move pair of the
genuine German stockings. He has a
fine stock, a gentlemanly clerk, Mr.
Thefault, who is always willing to show
goods. Call and see them. 41 w-4
Wanted.
Within thirty days One Hundred
(100) wood choppers at Fort Buford to
cut green cottonwood. Will pay one
dollar and ten cents a cord. Parties
will find winter employment by com­
ing immmediately.
41-LM LEIGHTON & JORDAN,
POBTEB,
Ft. Buford, D. T.
Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Soaps, Ci­
gars, Combs, Brushes, &c., &c. Hoi
lembaek's got 'em all. 40
Congress W ater at HOLLEMBACK'S.
Steamboat Supplies, Rosin, Coal Tar,
Lard Oil, etc. at Hollemback's
Married.. 1
PORTER—VIET3—Tuesday
evening Sept. lh,
1S77. at the resu'^nce of the bride's parents in Ober
lin, Ohio, by Rev. James Brand, Dr.
Dated Seotember 12,1S77.
Co
at Hoiiembaek's 40
L'.ent. licuvcn, with Serq't Gayhart
Corp'is Kraus^ and Dieckman, are in
the city awaiting the first steam*
the Missouri. They going to join
their regiment at Tongue river. Corn.
Dieckman has been to Washington,
whence be conveyed an insane soldier
to the asylum. Lt. Bo wen had in
charge a supposed deserter from the
7th cavalry, and has gone with him to
Fort Lincoln to have the matter inve
tigate*.
Piremeiis' £zchange.
(Late 7th Cavalry Saloon,) Choice
"Wines, Liqnors and Cigars, also the
.celebrated,Dakota -Bitters, and Butter
Btfilk'on ire. Old and new frieiids Brcj
HBHBT R.
of Bismarck, Dakota, and
CHARLOTTB
youngest daughter of Henry Viets. No card*.
SCHOOL MEETING.
T\t electois of School District number one (!}, of
Burieigh county, are hereby notified that a np«eial
election will be held at the school house on Second
Street, in said district, on Tuesday the 4th day of
October, 1ST7. The polls of said election will be
opened at the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon,
and will continue open until the hour of five in the
afternoon of said day. The proposition to be sub­
mitted to the voters of said district at such election
will be the issue of the bonds of said school district
to the amount of four thousand do liars, under the
provisions of the act of the Legislative Assembly of
the Territory of Dakota, entitled "an Act authori­
zing Schooi District number one of Burleigh county
to issue bonds for the purpose of providing a site
'or, and erecting thereon a bi ick school building,
and lor setting aside a fund to pay the same." (Ap­
proved February 10, 1377.
WM.
THOMPSON, Director.
JOHN
W.
FISHER, Treasurer.
JOHN P. DUNN, Ci'k Digt. No. 1.
STATE MANAGEMENT
And in daily operation over 37 years.
$ 1 5 0 0 0 $
JFOR
$1$
TUES., OCT. 16th & 27tll, I§77.
KENTUCKY
State Allotment
OP
$67.925in prizes

1 prize of $15,000
1 prize of 8,000
1 prize of 8,000
1 prize of 2,560
1 of 2,560
1SS9 Oi.^r prizes amounting to 44,925
WlioJc Ticltnts. Sl.OO: 50 Whole
Z*
Tickets Sor 815 IOO Tickets $90.
Chartered [for Educational Institutions. Under
Charter no pn?ipor-?mcnt can ever occur. All
prizes paid in full. Official !ht of drawn numbers
pnhiisheii in X. 5Ier:i!ii, 5: Y. Sun, and Louis
ville Courier Journal.
Circulars containing full particulars free
I
A'w""
Up
S31303S & MCHI8W,
I Office, 722H St,, Louisville, Ky.
J3^"Siir.!!ar Allotments Ion the 15th aod last days
of ererv month during the year. -IS-vrl
LAITC-ELL'S ASTHMA A172
CATASBH 2SK2D7.
ITaTlfir Ftmssfe'i tw»n*y year* Hfe
=~uhwlth
ASTHMA.*
Ccr-
expsrtiRratnJ
•r rponnding iw.rs act !:-rM and fnhaliar
lie Rjedufne. I fr»rtn?uMv ili^rcfwU«:ins
•ureSar
ASTHMA an*l CATAJZIiiF.
RTairafltetl to nr!i«rc- ao* ow? of ic
etaniir, 50 can II? down toal^ps
Ej rctil,
Sl.OO
lox.' Sddmj.
I*r
S.Lll-ZZZl, CEm 73
Ski&s
Creek, Ohio. 5Kld by aJl Crc rbn
Jx&ja
ZsBBT,,
5th
Ivlsi.o-s
G-eneral Repair Shop!
WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
J*
lotf
Ubs¥^
Wm. KELLY,
SHOEMAKER,
8th. Street, Bismarck*D. T. Opposite
Caster Hotel,
fin* w»rk for feats or ladiaa a specialty. Repair­
ing qaickly aad neatly dane. Ordirg from abroad
will receive prompt attention. nlSvStf
H. RAMA.OE,
Watchmaker & Manufaet'ng .Jeweler
Rings, Pins, Caff Buttons, Studs, 4c,, made to
order.
Gold Nuggets mounted in every style.
Fourth. St., tnree doors off Main,
82m3 BISIKARCK, D. T.
WELCH'S
DEADWOOD,
OTEL,
D. T.
First-clas In every particular. New and elagantly
furnished.
Certainly the Best Hotel in the City.
Headquarters for Wisoonson, Minnesota and Dako
ta people.
E. WELCH & CO., Propr's.
jitf H. S. KELLOGG, Manager.
IITVD STATIC LAID OWE*. 1
BIBMABCC,». T. AcerarlStb, 1877,
V* Job* J, Jackman, John ff. Rinowr, James
liotir, JekofW.• tlnl aad all attar* icterated la
tbvBirt ofSecS?, TJ. 18H. K.80 W:
i&ltainkmW aMllad that tfc'CHea. Ceemle
'•tathr tf Ik* tfeaeral L*ad Oflea udar date of
A«gV*iltfc,187T, haa la accordance with the ded
(iea.ef Ike Ion. Secretary of the Interior, direetod
tkat hoafl^i bo kad kl thta ofleo for the purpoao
of taUag aay tetfbaony which may b« offered land
lag to lapeaek tbo good faith of John J. Jackmaa in
bia Mttlewent and cultivation of said tract: and that
Mid bearing will bo bad at thta office on Thursday
tbo 90th day of 8 optember 1877 at 1(1 o'clock A.M. at
which time and place yon will be present prepared
to yrewnt testimony if any yon hato pertaining to
tbo natter in contest.
turan
ICABTOM,
Register.
EDWABDM. BBOWV,
Beceiver.
31w4w
OSTLAND'S
Livery & Feed
STABLE,
Cor. Fifth and Main Sts.
Buggies and Saddle Horses for hiro by the day or
hour at reasonable rates.
My Buggies and Harness are new and of the best
manufacture and style, and our Stock good. Parties
wishing teams for any distant point can be accommo
dated at fair rates.
My Stable is large and airy, and accommodations
or r.oardHg stock the best in the country. 30-3m
B. C. ASH,
Livery Stable,
BISMARCK, D. T.
First-class Rigs, with oa with­
out Drivers, at reasonable rates.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES.
1877. "OLD RELIABLE" 1877.
Coulson Line
lisstiri River Transportation Co.
I. B. COUtSOIf, Genl. Sfanasai,
J.,
S. W. HABATTA, Sapt.
PLTIITG BATWBSN
BISMARCK
AST)
FT. BENTON,
COMPRISING
Eleven First Clas- Passenger
Steamers,
Built eaprstsly for the trade, connecting at Fort
Benton with Coaches for all parts of
MONTANA,
-and the Great Diamond B. Freight Trains. The
Boata of this line will Lear*
BISMARCK.:
Regularly during t'n Season,
gant Passenger Steamer
BIG
T. C. POWER, Prcs't.
Chicago Office, 83 ITIarKet St.
G. A. KAIvEZi. Sec'y.
St. Louis Office, 219 Olive St.
The New, fast :nd commodious Passenger
Steamer,
Hcbviiig 7ww fairly estaMished
s-
—J
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The Large and Ele-
HORN
LciiTea Bi.«mxrc'£ for FOI'T PECS and Interme
iate Points Alund^y jieptembsr ii.
For Freight or
graph to
Passage piy by Utter or tele-
33. W. MAHJLTTA, Supt^
Bismrck P. T.
Ft.
I'illiSpOrtililUIl V'liijiuiij
A
-h
ipJt
BENTON!
jas. Kearny, johf o. babe,
•Jka
and ai! kinds of Wood-work^
promptly *i^ended-ta And.
uted
neatly e:e:
tf
M&stcr* Olcric
FOR
E W O N
AND ALL POINT^ON THE
UPPER JV
Leaves Bismarck for Fort Benton on Sep. 15,1877.
or Freifch i'- tage apply on Board or to
We would invite special attention to the
77^ l^jIplesalB aiid
Clothing House, Jam proud to say I have the Largest
and nicest estaMishrnent of the sort west of St. Paul.
My stock represents many thousands of dollars, and my
resources are such as to enable me to always carry the
largest and best assorted stock of
it^CLOTHING,
Genifs Furnishing Goods, Mats and Caps in Bismarck.
I am bound to be the Soss 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
habitation on the Missouri, the Yellowstone, or in the Black
Hill&
For me there exists so Opposition.
Competitors may swarm around me, and offer their
goods a4 oost or U$s,*tUi 1
can,beat thenw I can sett for
less than they, aid still make a living profit
My patrons will be convinced of the truth ofatl I say
when I tell them of the great advantages I possess, chief
of whichis the following: My establishment is a branch
of the great and extensive Clothing House of
Hanauer, Lichtenauer & 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 other house 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, and prove myself a living benefit to the purchas­
ing public, who are respectfully invited to call on me
before buying anywhere else.
St. Paul Branch Clothing1 House
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE GOODS
We have just received our
FALL AND WINTER STOCK,
compidsing the Finest and Latest Styles of goods ever
shown in the Western country.
Fine Clothing,
66
66
Gents' Furnisning Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Traveling Bags, &c,
our stock, as well as in Variety, Quality, Make-up of
Goods arid Prices. We do not say too much by assert­
ing that our Fine Clothing is equal to anything made to
order in Lining, Trimming and Fit.
Come and see our stock before you buy, as we believe
you cannot buy as cheap, and we knoiv you cannot get
better goods anywhere else.
COME A.TSHD SEE
FORSTER'S
IE3: OTEL
AJSTD
Restaurant.
Front Street, 0pp. E. Depot.
The Oldest and only First Class
Restaurant in Bismarck.
Give me a call and 1 will Guarantee
Satisfaction.
J. 3?. Eorster.
sumrnosfs.
7erritorv of Dakota, County of Burleigh—ss.
In Justice C-jart, before David Stewart, Justice
of the Peace.
Jerry Wrenn, PI't'n",
vs.
An Unknoxn Defendant
5
The Territory of Dakota to an Unkoirn defendant:
You are hereby commanded to be and appear be­
fore the undersigned, one of 'he Justices of the
Peace in and for the county of Burleigh, at his of­
fice in the city of Bismarck, on the lilh day of
September, A. D. 1S77, to answer to Jerry Wrenn in
a civil action for daraajr?3 done upon the cultivated
lands of the said Jerry Wrenn by two oxen (both
oxen speckled red and white, and about nine years
old).
That the amount of damage claimed to be done
by the said oxen is fifty dollars, and caid oxen are
now held in custody by said Jerry Wrenn^until
Mid damage and costs are paid, and' unless yotcapj^
pear sod answer at the time ind.place specified.,
the-plaintiff will take judgment against you for the
GiT4fe(£ii«r.i«y%»nl ttis day of Jfiftfafcer,
A. D. 1877.
40-2w Justice of tne Peace^
S.
Completeness
BIG. HANAUER,
Prop'r St. Paul Branch Clothing House.
t'72 iZjli&xiit—.0
Betail
of
ESTABLISHED 18T2. REBUILT 1877.
THE PHCENIXED
PIONEER DRUG STORE.
DXJST2T CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
Having been Re-built is now Receiving a Fail
Line of
Drugs and Toilet Artieles,
OP ALL KINDS, TOGETHER WITH
Paints, Oils, Varnish­
es, Etc,
And EverytMiig Usually
Kept in a Well Regula­
ted Establishment of
this Kind.
AN IMMENSE STOCK OP
Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars
Always on hand and aa unnsuall Fall Line of
STATIONERY,
il^°ti°ns* etc.
:Main^tf^t) Bismarck* IhiE f\
rsici.
S~
trSVRGEONS.
Block.
FEB—TT. 8. Examining SargefD.
Office at Dunn's Drag Store.
*, ..»IOTT
TAXIDERMISTS.
Fourth St. rearEiwnbeisa's store
BISMARCK, D. T.
Deer and other beads pot np in the beat" atyie.
Turning in wood and iron, cabinet malting.
Upholstering,
Chairs, Lonnges Ac., upholstered on short notice.
?urniture rerarnished. Special attention to repair­
ing of every description. IT
HEHLI & VonEESTENBOSTEL
(Successors to Chris Hehli,)
KING OF BARBERS,
Next door to Peoples Supply Store, Bismarck, D. X,
A first-claas shaving haJl where none but tbo aolt
competent workmen are employed. r*r
BOT JLNH COLO BATHS,
Ladies Hair Dressing, je.
JOHN MASON,,
Sample lUon tnd Billiari ftdl
ChoiceWlnM, Iiquon
Cigan CSoxututtlyon
At the Old
8ta»d,
I O.
MwhMdii
luinni
Fire Arms, Ammimition,
FISHING TACKLE, &c.
Sharps and Winchester Rifles a
Specialty.
Particular Attention given to Repairing.
Orders by Mail Promptly Attendei to.
MAIN STREET. BI3MARCK, D. T.
DION & CO.,
Carpenters and Builders,
BISMARCK, D.
X.
CONTRACT WORK
Put through Promptly
at the Lowest Rates
AND
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Office at the Shop on Fifth Street.
Bismarek Real Estate Agency.
Improved town property for sal* or
rent. Ontside acre property for sale in
one and five acre lots—will be sold
Very Cheap*
Taxes Paidforllon-Residenft
JOHN W. FISHE^
MINNE-HA-HA
The Choicest Bottled Goods and
SMOKERS SUPPLIES
In the Market. The very best Imppr
ted
WISES, LIQUORS ASD CIGAK3
always in stock, Two doors above MW
chants Hotel, Bismarck, D. T.
C. R. WIILIA1HS, PreprlelOK.
Yellowstone
WOOD!
The undersigned are prepared to nrn'.h goad
Ash and Cottonwood
To Steamboats
Navigating the Yellowstone river.
Yards Ten and Twenty Miles
low Glendive.
MATHEWS & MORGAN.
T. JAY HAYNES,
Portrait and Landscape'
O O A E
Hoorehead, Minn.
Publisher of
NORTHERN PACIFIC VIEWA.
Catalogue on application. S
C. & N. W.
LINES.
The Chicago And Northwestern
Railway embraces under one management the Great
Trunk Railway Lines of the North and North-vest,
and with its numerous branches and connections,
forms the shorteatand quickest route between Chi­
cago and all points in Illinois. Wisconsin, Northern
Michigan. Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California
and the Western Territories. It3*
Omaha and California Line
13
the shortest and best route between Chicago and
all points in Northern Illinois. Iowa, Dakota, Ne­
braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Ctah, Nevada, Cali­
fornia, Oregon, China, Japan and Australia. Its
Chicago, St. Pael & Minneapolis lino
Is the shortest line between Chicago asd ail points
in Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, and for
Madison, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulcth, aad all
points in the Great Northwest.
Pill
1
man Palace Drawinjr-Boani
Cars are ran on all through trains of this road.
This is tlie ONLY LINE running these cars b«
titeefi Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis.
CID3£~£dnnection3 are made at Chicago with the
Lake Shore Michigan -Southern, Michigan Central
Baltimore Ohio, Pittsbtrrg, Ft. Wayne Chicago,
Kankakee Li tie and Pan' Handle Routes, for all
points East- -and South-east, and with the Chicago
and- Altod an4 Illinois Central for all points ^outb.
Remember, you aattftr your tickets via the Chi­
cago Northwestern Baiiway, and take none other.
For {ateaar lnfonaationifofc? attiin-»hle from your
home ticket agenta. apply to.
WJft STEWSfCTT. MAltVIN HT76HIT,
Gen. Pas. Afu Cbkrazc. Geo. Mane'r Ode

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