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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 June 1876

.ii Bismarck. D. Tu Junfl 21 1876. LOCAL AFFAIRS. the weather. WUE KV01SQ BUOPM* Or THE W1ATHBR JC5B 19, 1S76. Mean Barometer. 29.8S5 Mean Temperature, 59.57. Mean Humidity, 51 .76. Mean Velocity of Wind. 10 mph. Total Rainfall or Melted Snow, 0.10 Inches. Average direction of Wind, N. Highest temperature, 84°. Lowest, *9°.^ gM£H Observer Sergt. Signal Service, U, S. A- Notice to Black Hitlers. Quicksilver at DjipO Q0 A very Urge party thoroughly armed and equipped will leave Bismarck for the Blq&k Hills about July 4th. Henry Gager, Dennison and Hannon have pardotiefi and, .will return, Mr. Gi{gf»r, certainly, f$nj time: this week. Mike Filler is entitled the tbanka pf the Tribune crowd fo^afine J^ii of radishes ana lettuce. Earjy and deli­ cious. Third street is being graded with a view t({filling that portion in front of SlatterjjL'4, Good. Tfce^rtrkman haying ij^hed the in­ terior the Pi^byteuip Churchy 8eryices #ill be held thercjfofSxt Sabbath faorpinje and eveUiOg arf^N. F...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 28 June 1876

VOL. 3. ®J)e$i0mawk®rUmtte. REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED EVERY W1DNE8DAY BY THE BI81HABCK TRItftlNE CO., C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Editor and Manager. SCBftCMPTIO* PBICB: One Year W Six Months 1 00 Addresi: C. A» Lannaberrr, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. The Repiibltcaft Natlraajl WtWt. TOR PRESIDENT, RITHEEFaRD B. HATOft. FOR tick RESIDENT, WILLMM A WHEEUER, NOTES AND NEWS. The wickedest Ionian id America—ItfoHy Maguire. The railraod wir still antinues. Chicago to New York $18 to PhtttOalpfctt $11. England, Tranea ao4 Germany have $130,000,000 which they don't know what todo with. A trife AnMrfcsto itf to beg and tob hon­ est to «teaI-^'geta'ft^M. y' Ktotocky has ht debt, HhA wis 84 years old as a sttf# jntte lit. The Public Library taCblcago has 30,000 volumes on Ha Shelves. There are betweenthirty and forty American girts now receiving Mttooi to operafn |«$an. Bad'Latin and -tea)? looking roosters are ,begin ningto erect tlieauelvee orer the provincial new**' papers. •, The- VUblngtiii ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 28 June 1876

I Bismarck, D. Tt, June 28, 1876. THE PLATFORM. The Republican platform, published elsewhere, is sound on the main ques* tions, but two or three planks are evi dently thrown in for effect. Among these, the woman and Chinese planks are conspicuous. The convention did not dare to say less, and deemed it bad policy to say more, and yet what is said is without meaning. The plank in re lation to the public domain will sound well in the east, but it is a fraud. The land grant policy has built up and made them what they 'are to-day, several of the most important States in the Union. Through that policy Minnesota im­ proved more in fifteen years than any New England State improved in one hundred years. The land grant policy gave "us the Illinois Central Railway, and all of the important railroad lines in the west. Minnesota has 12,000 miles or more of road, and every foot of it, excepting forty miles between Wells and Makota, was constructed through the aid of land grants. The government ha...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 28 June 1876

N BUSINESS CARDS. JW. RAYMOND ft CO., Bankers. Interest al towed on time deposits, Exchange bought and sold, Ac EAL ft PETERSON, Gun and Lock Smiths. SM.win*- WHITE JO. AGENCY—Seirltg Maehines for sale or rent. ft Machine Extras, Ac. JOSEPH LANDRE—Harness making. Bepah log done. Work guaranteed. 8rd St. JDealers F. REABDON ft Co. Wholesale and Retail in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors and Cigars. BOOTS AND SHOES. MARSHALL, Manufacturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery. SAMPLE ROOMS, dC. DICKEY—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci­ gars. Billiards. Next door to Capitol Hotel* jp BR0ISS1AU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Minneapolis Business Directory. MM. FULLER.—Commission Merchant, Wbole sale and Retail dealer In flour, Peed, Butter Eggs, fto., Ac. Northern Pacific dealers will find it to their interest to communicate with tfr bouse before pnrchariag elsewhere. CLARK HOUSE—Corner Fourth Street and Hen* nepln Ave., two Blocks from the Academy-of Music. Only first class Two DoHar House,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 28 June 1876

Bismarck. Bv/P»j 1 June 28y 1876 LOCAL- AFFAIRS. THE WEATHEB. STSOPSiS OF THE WBATHEE FOR THE WEEK KSDISO jose 26, 1676. Mean Barometer. 29.520 Mean Temperature, 71.554. Mean Humidity, 42.141. Mean Velocity of Wind, 7.7 mph. Total Rainfall or Melted Snow, 0.42 Inches. Average direction of Wind, 8. Highest Temperature, 03-. Lowest, 46°.^ gjjITH, Observer Sergt. 8ignal Service, U. S. A* Garden Vegetables. Fresh Lettuce and radishes may be had at Millets Garden, corner Meigs and 3d street. T'__ 3* Fort Ri^e and Standng Bock EX 1 press Co. For Passenger and Express rates apply at HOIXEMBACK'S DRUG STORE. 5I"4t Meals twenty five cents and upwards at the French Restaurant Choose frotn the bill of fare to suit your purse or taste. Disfees in French style. Strayed or Stolen* A reasonable reward will .be paid for the return of a gray horse,, nearly blind, which strayed or was stolen from my premises on Apple Creek JUflc 26, 1876, L. NRTFEHAYER. Louis Notemayer was in the city on the? 20th wi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 July 1876

VOL.3. 4 ®(jefi«nawtt®rilmne. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY VEDNEBDAY BY THE filSMABCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. L0UN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. giTBRcaiPTioa^Bica: One Year 12 00 Six Months. 1 GO Address: C. A. Ltniuberry, Bismarck, Dakota' Territory. The Republican National' Ticket* FOB PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD,p. HAYES. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER. NOTES AND NEWS. Sankey is in. pious seclusion at Long Branch. Don Pedro -and party sail for Europe July 12. The Minneapolis evening Jourpaf has- suspended. The Langriche Dramatic Troupe are on their way to the Black Hills. There is some talk of having Father Spinner re­ appointed U. 8. Treasurer. Fighting Joe Hooker intends to rusticate in Minne­ sota for his health this summer. The girls during Leap Year shduld alter the song to "Darling, am growing bold." Mr. Blaine is growing weaker every day and fears are entertained that he will not recover. The Baldwin Locomotive Company In Philadel­ phia turn out ore complete engine a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 July 1876

-frr Bismarck, D. T., July THE 5, 1876. is. ITS CAMPAIGIf AND CHARACTER. The Democratic National Convention met at St.Louison the 27th of June} and on the 28th, after a brief struggle Gtn the platform, proceeded to ballot for a candidate for President. On the se­ cond ballot Samuel J. Tilden, of New York was nominated, the vote standing as follows Tilden 530, Hendricks 60, Allen 54, Parker 18, Hancock 59, Bayard 10, and Thurman 2. Thomas A. Hendrick, of Indiana, was nominated for Vice President by accla­ mation. The ticket is a good one, and ought to be as satisfactory to the honest Demo­ crat as the Republican ticket is to the Republicans. The men are both well known and honored by those who know them. Hendricks, however, is abetter man than Tilden, and ought to be at the head of the ticket, but then, as there is no danger of the ticket being elected, it does not matter. The combination is stronger as \t We have not the platform before us, and only know, that a hard money plank wit...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 July 1876

JW. SM. Cigars P. LINTON •'7 3—7 BUSINESS CARDS. RAYMOkC) lowed «j» tip* 4e| sold, Ac tta* 4e**l»^:ja»|ff*iiw* AGENCY—Sewhg Se Be win it Machine Extras, kc. JOSEPH A N 1Y1 £•.'1 |^EAL PETERSON,. Gun and Lock Smiths. i' i.. C. 't Blaehin^s for sale or rent. LANDftE—-Harness making. Repah lag done.. Work guarantee# 3rd St. P. REARDON Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors and BOOTS AND SHOES. JH MARSHALL Manufacture* and Dealer in Boots, Shoes,. Gloves and Hosiery. SAMPLE ROOMS, *rC. IITE DICKET—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci­ gars. Billiards. Next door to Oapitol Hotel. BROISSEAU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Minneapolis Business Director}'. MBI. FULLER.—Commission Merchant, Whole sale and Retail dealer in Flour, Teed, Butter1 Eggs, 4c., Ac. Northern Pacific dealers will find it to their Interest to communicate with this house before purchasing elsewhere. CLARK HOUSE—Corner Fourth Street and Hen nepin Ave., two Blocks from the Academy of Music. Only first class Tw...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 July 1876

BiBmarck. July D. T.J 1876i LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE WEATHEB. was All will recover. 1st the E50ISG STSOPS'S OF THE WEATHER FOR THE WEEK JULY S, 1S«6. Mean BmnBeter. fJ.UH ,. "'".'"g"! ss£ Temperature, Sic5. Lowest, 45.^ SMITH, Observer Sergt. Signal Service, U. S. A* At the Gem Sample Room, people say, the best beer in town, may be found. For the finest straight whisky and the best rectified goods, go to the Gem Sample Booms. Garden Vegetables# Fresh Lettuce and radishes may be had at Millets Garden, corner Meigs and 3d street. 3* Charlie Williams invites his cus­ tomers to wrestle with his boss cigars. They all admire them—in fact they can be beaten. Sou will find them at the Gem. Fort Rice and Standing Rock Ex­ press Co. For Passenger and Express rates apply at HOLLEMBACK'S DRUG STORE. 5i-4t Meals twenty-five cents and upwards at the French Restaurant. Choose from the bill of fare to suit your purse or taste. Dishes in French style. Mrs Slaughter and children returned on the Far West in...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 July 1876

VOL. 4. NOW IH BUSINESS. NO MORE FOOLISHNESS, TROOPS AND SUPPLIES ENROUTE. Volunteers Tendered and will be Authorized. Feeling Throughout the Country, Custer Monumental Association. Criticisms on Grant and Others. False Rumor of Crooks Death* field The Appropriation Bills—Hayes Acceptance—Other Interest­ ing Miscellaneous News. Special Dispatch to the Bismarck Tribune. ST. PAUL, July 10.—Seven companies of the Fifth Infantry from Fort Leaven­ worth are en route to Fort Lincoln by boat. In reply to ^representation that they could reach Lincoln several days earlier by rail, Gen. Sheridan said the North Pacific would have all it could do to transport troops, horses and supplies. A bill is before the Senate to authorize the President to muster in five thousand volunteers. Tenders of volunteers have been made from Minnesota, Dakota, Illi­ nois, Nebraska, Utah, Montana, etc. Five companies have been added to Crook's command, and he is again mov ing northward. The President, Secre 'L. tarj...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 July 1876

The Indian dead were great in num ber, as they were constantly assaulting an inferior force. The camp had the appearance of having been abandoned in haste. The most gorgeous ornaments were found on the bodies of the dead chiefs, and hundreds of finely dressed and painted robes and skins were thrown about the camp. The Indians were cer­ tainly severely punished. We said of those who went into bat tie with Custer none are living—one Crow scout bid himself on the field, and witnessed and survived the battle. His story is plausible, and is accepted, but we have not room for it now. The names of the wounded are as lollows: LIST OP WOUNDED. Private Davis Covey, Co. I, 7th Cav., right hip Patrick McDonnall, D, left leg Sergt John Pahl, H, back Privt Michael Madden, right leg Wm George. II, left side, died July 3d, at 4 a. m. 1st Sergt Wm Heyn, A, left knee Privt John McVay.G. hips Patrick Corcoran, K, right shoulder Max Wilke,K, left foot Alfred Whitaker, C, right elbow Peter Thompson,0, r...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 July 1876

move to sympathy those who have few was* ted so much sympathy on the "noble" red man as described by poets, and tract it to these deserving ones. In addition to the suffering ones men­ tioned above at Fort Lincoln alone there twenty-one widows™*~wives of enlis* ted men. Deprived of their husbands and of their means of support, life in the future must indeed look dark to them. They feel as deeply, and suffer as keenly as those of higher rank, and deserve as fully that sympathy which imankind when fully aroused never fails to bestow. One of the first duties of Congress should be to give to each widow, or mother of a deceased officer or soldier, at least a year's pay, and give it with out the customery haggling over the expense, and provide for their future wants by liberal pensions. In justice they can do no less they*ought to do much more, and the expense of caring for the suffers should be deducted trom the allowances heretofore granted to the Sioux. at­ The question as to what will...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 July 1876

Qtye ffomardt Sritante. Bismarck. D. T« July 12, 1876. LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE WEATHEB. *YS0P8IS OF THE WEATHER FOR THB W*EK E5DIKG JULY 10, J876. m«UI Barometer. 29.488 Mean Temperature C9 129. Mean Humidity, 52.76. Mean Velocity Wind, 8.9 mph. Total KainfaU or Me!t^ 8now 0.4b Inches. Average direction of Wind, NW. Highest Temperature, 98a. Lowest, 49 sMITh, Observer Sergt. gignal Service, U. S. A- Garden Vegetables. Fresh Lettuce and radishes may be had at Millets Garden, corner Meigs and 3d street. 3* port Bice and. Standing Bock Ex­ press Co* For Passenger and Express rates apply at HOLLEMBACK'S DRUG STORE. 5I_4^ Justus Bragg who has charge of beef contract,opens a meat market at Clark old stand on Thursday. Wringrose goes the Black Hills. Interesting news and letters irom our Black Hills and Expedition corres­ pondents and our usual column of per­ sonals remain on the galleys or on the copy hook, for lack of time and space. Among the strangers in the city are L. E. Fuller and half a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 July 1876

VOL.-4. rJBaBBHMP«KaBra3B5a£HBSFWnSKE!»IH3aaQHrra5305Sa*raeSSHW-!EjraiHE^aBRn A REPUBLICAN NF.V/SPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY'WEDNESDAY IY TIIE BIS^IAIiCIv TIOKl^iS CO^' C. A. L0UMSI3EP.It Y, Editor and Manager. Bt'ESCniPTIOX PHICE: One Year .* f'O Six Months CO 'Acldreis: C. A. LoTinsberry, Uiiinaxcic, Dakota Territory. Tlie Republican National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, RVtHEIRFORD B. HAYES. fli FOR VICE PRESIDENT,, WILLIAM A. WHEELER* KOTSS AND NEWS. '.i0 :1' Congress has at lastappropriatedtbe two hundred thousand dollars asked foF by Gen. Sheridan' for the erection of posts at the mouth of the Big Hofrh and mouth of the Tongue rivers.. James G. Blaine has been appointed U. S, Senator in place of Lot M. Morrill appointed Secretary of the Treasury.' Governor Jewell has ,resigne$ his po­ sition as Post Master General, the Pres­ ident having informed him that his res­ ignation would be accepted. ..The Secretary of War (February 1st) thought 1,000 men would be enough to punish Sitting Bull. W...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 July 1876

®lje ItemorflT tribune. Bismarck, D. T., July 19,1876. BLACKHILLS. Spcecli of Boil* Jefferson P# Kid" der, of Dakota, in the Souse of Representatives, Thursday? June 29, 18T6. The House having under consideraion the bill (H. ». No. 2417) to declare the Black Hills, in the Ter­ ritory of Dakota, open to exploration ana settlement, to secure the right of way thereto, and for other purposes- Mr. KIDDER said MR. SPEAKER: On the 28thof Febru ary last I introduced the following bill Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep­ resentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all that, portion of coun try in the Territory of Dakota lying between the for­ ty-third and forty-sixth degrees of north latitude and the one hilndred ^pd second degree of west longi­ tude and the western boundary of the Territory of Dakota is hereby declared to be open to exploration and settlement and the true intent and meaning of the treaty with the Sioux Indians, concluded April 29, 1863...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 July 1876

te I fa 4K 7* I 4 4 I As a dernier restart, I am in favor of this jnate bill, but it will take along while,if it asses this session, to be of any utility to as the commissioners authorized there cannot report a treaty, for want of Tme, until the next session of this Con­ gress therefore it will be nearly a year before we can reap any benefit there­ from. We ar% told to wait until a different policy or new treaties may enable these Indians to quietly vacate this valuable country but Young America never waits, it is not the nature of the people of these United States to hesitate to strike the blow when the iron is hot. Remove this dusky cloud title from a portion of the reservation and thousand of emigrants will flock there annually not simply as gold-hunters, but as farmers and tillers of the soil. The climate is temperate and salubrious the soil is rich forests abouud, and the country is well upplied with small streams abounding _n fish. There is no portion of the coun­ try that pre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 July 1876

H|)e Bismarck SrUrnne. Bismarck, D. T.j July 19? 1876. local affairs. Garden Vegetables. Fresh Lettuce and radishes may be had tit ^iiliets Garden, corner Meigs and 3d street. 3t Fort 5£ico autl Standi ug iSoclz. Ex­ press Co. For Passenger and Express rates apply at HOLLEMUACK'S DRUG STORE. 51-4! .. -a- For the finest bottled goods, choicest straight bourbon, and lints mixed drinks go to tin) Gem Saloon. For the Key West Cigar, one of the! finest in the market, go to.ths Gem Sa­ loon. Next door to McLean's. Mike Feller left at ye editors sanctuai a v.fine supply of vegetables* •from his r-niiche on the bottom- Monday. They were good and app reciated. .... Jas. A. Emmons is-kept so"1usy tljis season,dealing out his fine laquors ahd genuine Ales, that his newspaper war ps a rest Try his O'Connell^whisky, or chicken cock, and have a clear head and steady nerve. ^Hollemback has just received a fresh lot of confectionery, new stock. of fine stationery, toilet articles, nations, etc. IT&...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1876

it VOL. 4 the IfyefistttartkMfflne. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Editor and Manager. SUBSOBIPTIOS PBICE: One Year. $2 00 Six Months 1- Address: A Bismarck, Dakota Territcry. TIic Republican National Ticlcct. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B.rKAYES.f ?FQR -VICE I NOTES A3VD NEWS.'' I »L: Walt Whitman has written a poefn on Custer. The Springfield' Republican declares for Hayes a W he el The signed the ipftty iapi andthe^ls^MW* i'l'V' A discharged soldier, Dolan, credits Sergt. with shooting two Indians with his revolver.^ Bills h^W been introduced jfrftzfiSng peiisionsjio all of tlie widows made oy the Cusl£r tnaSsacre. Tilton abducted his youngest child—Ralph—one day last week and the mother is almost distracted. Ex Gov. Blair, :ofalich., Gen. Bristow very properly refuses to unbosom Grant's secrets picked up in cabinet meetings and maintains his dignity as a gentleman. Dr, J. H. Stewart, of St. Paul, has been nomina­ ted...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1876

tbeitaitaaJt&itautt* Bismarckj D. T., July 26,1876. THE DEiECATE QUESTION. N. J. Wallace, a defeated aspirant for Congress two years ago, is trying to work up a sentiment for Capt, Hughes for delegate in* opposition to Judge Kidder. Capt. Hughes is a young man —one destined to take a leading placo in the politics of the Territory or State and we greatly mistake him if he lends his influence now to promote discord in the party, or break over the rule which gives a faithful officer at least two terras. Judge Kidder has neglected no inter­ est of the Territory he has proven him­ self the peer of any of his fellows in ability and influence, and if any man on the face of the earth deserves recogni­ tion for his services Judge Kidder does. When no other could unite the party he sacrificed place and personal inter­ ests to accomplish that end. The per­ sons who would now introduce the old element of discord to gratify the ambi­ tion or personal spite of anybody, ought to be rated low i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1876

BUSINESS CARDS. JW. RAYMOND CO., Bankers. Interest at lowed on time deposits, Exchange bought and sold, Ac BAL PETERSON, Gun and Lock Smith*. S'•M. JH P. A GENCY—Sewing Machines for sale or rent. Sewing Machine Extras, Ac. JOSEPH JDealers LINTON N JO. LANDRE—Harness making. Repah lng done. Work guaranteed. 3rd St. F. REARDON Co. Wholesale and Retail in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors and Cigars. BOOTS AND SHOES. MARSHALL, Manufacturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery. SAMPLE ROOMS, nTE A CO.—Commission and Storage. Whole* sale and Retail dealers In Grain, Flour, Feed, Lime and Cemetot. No. 9 Washington Aveaue North. •WILL A HARRISON.—Wholesale Grocers. OSWALD, Wholesale dealer In Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Brandies, 61ns, Wines and 01* ar Washington Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn* St. Paul Business Directory. CRAIG A LARKIN—Importers and dealers In Crockery, French China, Glassware, Lamps, Looking Glasses, and House Furnishing Goods. East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. H. KELL...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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