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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 December 1875

Mot mmiI of tb io be encouraged no ciated." jsA & ?5*** you have done beatttjXully*'' think} I tod.~? JJeep* a lon£ fk0a wM!6 ihey ^ara tbejfe, ani don't swear at Mr. St. John, and sing like a-, cJwfrch robio^^ft^ y°** •ought* to let me let'oat to ydu'ft lilt!, going home. That eases my mind it's the confessienal—Mr. St. Jobn believes in that. I didn't swear, mind you, I only felt like it maybe that'll wear off, byand-by. So don't givo me, up, yet." Oh, I don't and I'm perfectly" sore, Jim, that you are the Very person that can do good to thefe wild boys. Of course the free experience of life which young men have, enables them to know how to deal with such cases better than we girls can." Yes, you ought to hear me expound the commandments, and put it into them without stealing and lying. You see Jim knows a thing or two, and is up to tbeir (ricks. They don't come it round Jim, I tell you. Any boy that don't toe the crack, gets .it. I give 'em shar.) with the key up." O, Jim, you...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 December 1875

tyt illustrated JCftfftj ... $i0tmnrctt gribuite. Bismarok, D. T., Dec" 15.187b. tLLUSTARTED. jotipf» of the Pre*# ^wper's TTeekly is the ablest and nioA periodical Sb one ti[o powerfu published lit this couhtry. It editorials are ecl.olarly and convincing, and earr tanch weh.hU full and Its illustrations of current events'»r fresh, ami are prepaid by irt. With A circulation our best design of 'f50,KM), the Weekly tad toy at least imlf a nj} l«?p pf persons, and Its Ji nee as an org*n of opimcni simply tremendou The Weekly maintains.* posUive. potftiotH *rd SrrEse* decided views on political* and ,aociJil proJ) .m8.—Louixpil'e (Jnv.+ter Jtmmnd. Itaaiticles'.nre models of fi gn joned jdipcanskm*. And Its pictorial i'lnMratione are often corrohorativ arguments ofgp small force Qhronicle Its p«pei* fapon hie ¥. Eu^imineraiiti existent* qi(tions and itsinimlM caJtoo H. jtbe sentiments o(,th eonnfry.— Prtlnharg GuMjii^rcial. ,. H^rpeij'd Weekly akuwl^ jij tlifc heftd Of llUiatrate»', jou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 December 1875

Hew MOOBBEAD BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY. John Yegen, Front Street, would THE ONLY THUODGtt LINE BETWEEN CHICAGO, IflLWAtftlEB. StPATJL AND MWNBAPOLIS. It traverses a liner country, with grander Keaw? mi Mines through more business centers and resorts, than any other Northwestern Lino. And tfio only Railway Lino traversing the valley of thr upper Mississippi river, and^ongthertiorB of Lake Pepin, Also via Madison, Prairie du Ohten, Mc­ Gregor, Austin and Owatonna. Through Palace Coaches and Bleeping Car# 0f the Best and Track Perfect, mjm Connecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis with feTwyeral lines,centering atjhose points. *6TWa. Duror—Cor. of Jtbkson aid (jiff Ofnc^ll^ Bast Jacksso St., corner Third •vn*, 'tr'' FLOURING MII\L FOUR IUW GT8TONE. NEW PROCESS OF 1IILI.IKO. MANUFACTURERS OP TUB CRLBBRATED "BELLE OF MOORHtiAD" Brand of Family Fltnr-Siperier to any (might into this Cmtry! Our RISING SUN New. Procesi Floor we Recommend Equalto &tiy Minneapolis Brands. Graham Flour, Grouf Fie...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 December 1875

jfilmin thfljnaTck, 5-187b. tAlO'I KK •I#1- 11 .•vv.m WMl BBPAETinalT. Sisiuil Service* XJ- S. JL» jMfttKM or NLMlAlD, BrtttW l« Ut SHNSFIT OF CoMMKRCB AMD AOKlCOLHWB, aaWllCXi pilOTi TKUITORT. 2. vir •ni«a 4 M®aS ,?A & l*» Wjf •c ir, X«ipiunH **»R •Mtaoojvg o«M I if R(' Miss Lima Vance, at Yankton, occurred an the 1st insfr XI .HiLl %--l The Lincoln Minstrels will eiTO *n" entertaininept at ^wwt'jK.dyBis xnaMk, Qn the erening ofT.thq£^d in^u Their pregraoitne w^ilibe out t^bofron •0 Creek to spend tne remainder of the winter. He and GusQilbratb |te run­ ning a1 ttfidfrig 'po(KTtwre s^d"flfoo all fMoiiitts'aro doing l)^bdim^8. K? Lt Wtiaton, ef hai bj^en proinoted to Captain andiOummi^ sary of Subsistence vicft-Capt. B^HgeVi whp succeeds ,t» Maj. Tajrlor'tt ppaitiun. the death of Muj. V'aylor was art wound­ ed in our last. !J -.ij!- The Fort fticei Minstrels will give tihevr first ent&rtainment on or about Pec. 18tb, at the Opera House, Fort Rice. Judging from., tbeir pregra...

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. — 22 December 1875

VOL. 3. 8i)e$i0matcKMbune. A REPUBLICAN HRWSPAPER, B«blUk94 by THE BISMARCK TRIBUWE TRL-WBIKLT AND WEEKLY. imournoi run: Tri-Weekly Weekly imonths.... 9*M I ly«r M.00 •r.nths 6.00 I months 1.20 Single «f eitber, 10 carta tabwIpUomlanraU ID idnm Bianaroh to th* Black Hill** Tbe TRIBUKT CO Has given a great deal of Black Hills talk, and baa done Ha fell abate lowardatTractinf atjentien toward Bi»in»*ck|s an outfiUingpcint. fWptqilitiaVtotieiit tlifc psper bjroad eiitDTer the land, and bava alao aant tbovaanda of circolifs bat, aside from this, little bss bean dona by Bismarck, while tbe Nerthots Pacific bas done ab selotely nothing. Hot a Sine, baa been printed on tbeir behslf, not a line bas been printed with their aanetion or through tbeir encooragewent. Bot the tine bes cove when something besides tslk shonld be done. That Bismarck is seventy-five miles nesrer the Black Bills tbsn any other railrcad point there can be no question, wbile, tbst the route from Bismarck is rover a fert...

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. — 22 December 1875

®|je gismatxU As the social 4Well1can It mmnt. Bismarck, D« T*} Dec. 22 IS 7b There's a little nmchief-makcr. That id stealing ha.f our bliss, Skerchi-ig p-ctures in a dreamland That are never seen in this. Dashing from the lips t!ie pleasure# Ofthe present while we sigh You may know this oiichief maker, *"or bis name is By-and-B. He fs sitting by your hearth-stones, With his alj. bewitching glance, Wliisp'ring ofthe coming »rrow Hours ailranc Loitering 'mid our calm reflections, aiding f.irins wf beauty uigh He's a smooth, d^'eit'ul llow, This enchanter, Uy-aud-By. Tou may know him by his winning. By his careless sportive air,* By his shy, obtrusive presence, That is utrayin* everywhere By iropiiies iat he »th«r Where his somber victiras,lie, #ora bol«, rtetermined fellow Is Uiisconqieror By-and-By. When the calls of duty haunt us. Ai.d the present serdH t«» be All the time that ever mortals Snatch from d«rk eternity When a fiiry hand seems pait.tlag Pict ire* on a painted sky. For...

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. — 22 December 1875

Bismarck) D. T.» Deo» 22.187b. LOCAL. AFFAIRS. Choice Turkeys at Co'S. J. W. Raymond & The sheet and pillow case party at (be Capitol Hotel. Friday evening prom­ ises to be surre«sful in every respect. Choice Christinas Gifts at J. W. Ray* nond & Co'*. Nothing can be nicer than a sewing^ machine for a Christmas present, which «an be had at the sewing machine agency Elsewhere will be found a Chicago newspaper man's account of an inter* view with Judge Kidder.. He ii sound on the gold qtiwttion. A gift for etefy one it J. W. Ray avopdl Co*», •. 'J We bave received another Blaek Hills communication from Captain Andrew Fisber,' vhtrh fil probably'appear in •wr'next' tri weekly. Look at the Christmas Table .of J. W.! Raymond & Co. q.-'iJ The church sociable at Col. B. M. Brown's residence, Wednesday evening, was a very pleasant and successful affair. Tbd attendance was large. Some 1 Fresh Qy*te s,. and pnl.y Turkeys in town at«L W. Raymond & Go's. business man will find a...

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. — 22 December 1875

ftlje fismardt ®ritmne. Bismarck, D« T., Dec. 22 1875. BISMARCK DAKOTA TERRI­ TORY. .Bismarck is an incorporated city, sit­ uated at the Northern Pacific crossing of the Missouri river. It was located in May. 1872, and'now well-contented contains a popula­ tion of about 900—the vote at the elec tion in November, 1875, being 312. The city is located on the second pla­ teau above the river, one and one-fourth mile from it, though the corporate limits extend to the river, and the lots between the present business portion of the city and tho river will be put upon the mar­ ket at an early day, »he ground being owned by the city and tho railroad com panv. The plateau upon which the city is situated, broken by one small ravine only, extends 4rest to the river un­ broken ft exteuds east and south-east about five miles, when it merges with Apple river valley, which is already thickly settled with industrious and farmers on tho north and north east high bluff* are reached by a gradual ascent...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 December 1875

salt the Teibum as t.WW*"' ^Cwriy**. editor i«tfrob»blr,th* v? most unpopular win in Bi»if«f inong the politician ^because ^ave failed to use his columns We were dis­ gusted with this position and hereafter Ihall aim to earn the gratitude of our friends, at least to deserve the respect of the public, and to give our opponents the best shots we are capable of. And some of those who have been pleased to teim our disposition to mind our own business cowardice, if occasion demands, will find that we do not hesi­ tate to inform the public as to their shortcomings. There ,13 a disposition now on the part of those managing the Republican party to "Let no guilty man escape/* and if the people are true to themselves they will place only honest men in of­ fice, at any rate it sbsir* never be said that theeditor of the Bismarck Tbiboki aided to place in office a man notori ously dishonest or incompetent, even, if he stands alone in opposition to a candidate of his party. Reserving to itself th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 December 1875

to- mary which has «d out. 18l7" heretofore been crowd- Monthly Summary. OCTOBSK. Mean Barometer, S9.073 Mean Thermometer, Mean ll«m dity, bl.514 Highest Barom ter, 3».9i Inwe«t Barometer, 29. Til Highest Temier:tture .W deg. Lovcts» Temperature 2* dejr. Monthly Itange of Teuton ature. s«f» w** Greates-tdailv Itausr-^of Temperature. T»tal R*inf*ll »r m«lted snow, 1.33 inches. Prevailing Wiod, Northwest Total nninlwr of utiles traveled.6 Of. Maximum vdodty of wind 4.) miles perli«ur. No. of Cloudy Days other tuan those on which rain «T Hl'iff frll, 7 Nam cr of days which rain or snow Ml, ». No of Aur«ri»s», Kotie No of tvdar Halo*, ens Jffo. of Lonar Hal s. one. Prepoe® 1» for Army Transportation Orncc Caivr 1)W'T« DAKOTA.^ t-T. MIW*. NOT. 1S75. O BALED PKP J9AL3. in triplicate, subject lofht Ousual conditions and req!iir«in-.'»ts, will her ecei* «d*tth is office until 12 o'clock W «n the d«»J •f January 1*W, at which ti ne and place they be opened hi the presence of bidders, pirtati...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 December 1875

or S 44- •r pmwli quantities »t IJW prices. FZELBID- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY. sSESSnSf BpaaMsasBSSsejj fve centa, RAILROADS. ChieagoMilwaukec &St.Paol RAILWAY. THE 6RE.Vt THROUGH LINE B8TWIW CbiciitiO, New York, Blew England, «ro Lines. \ND MINNEAPOLIS. tr«TPrse» a finer country, with grander scenery JJJJ, through more business centers and pleas than anv other Northwestern Line. And onlv Railway Line traversing the valley of the uiflfitanintii river End iUonjf the shore of Lake ?PPinr ATs"'?!^ Madison" Pmrie d» Chien, Mc Qregor, Aastin and Owatonna. Througli Palace Coaches and Sleeping Cars the Bert and Sfcreet- A. ING MILL. moorsead mills FOUR RUN OF STOKE, New Improved Machinery and Steam Power N£W PROCESS OP MILLING. MANUFACTUBRRS OF THE CELEBRATED 'BELLE Or MOORHEAD Brand of Family Floor—Superior to any broaght into this Country! Onr RISING SDN New Process Flour we Becommend Equal to aiiy Minneapolis Brands. Gr»h«m Floor, Grour F«d. Br»n, Shorts, Scre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 22 December 1875

8lje ffoinartlt Stitome, Bismarck, D. T., Dec. 22.187b.- LOCAL. AFFAIRS. WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal Service* S. A IHYfSlOS CP" TRLKGHAMa, ASD »EPO*T8 »OH TM iniirtf OF COMMKRCB JW ICmCCLTCBK. •gggfelMURCK, PA SOYA TERRITORY. Zc $ S 10 i*' Pl P«!A\ 1° aona^id -aAV Si •j»paoiig BWM 1$ S 'S •h'w* temperate*,^!' leweflttemperat«re.}* Go to the Grand Gift Ball and Oyster Supper at Mason's Hall New Year's Kv*. Fresh Oysters full stock at McLean tu Macnidor Choice Turkeys at J. W. Raymond W». -at-ft' Choice Christmas Gifts at J. W. Ray­ mond A Co's. The nobbiest neokties ever breught to this city at Bisenber^'s. Ladies, ccarfs—a great variely'.at Bisenberg's.* Elegant and fashionable neck ties,nthe latest styles and best goods, j,at Eisen btrg's. a Nothing can be nicer than a sewing machine (or a Christmas present, which .eaa be hadatthe sewing machine sgsncy A gift for every one at J. W. Ray :notid & 0#'i, Leok at the Christ®as Table of J. W. Raymond & Co. Do you want five dollars if ...

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. — 29 December 1875

VOL. 3. A Yri-Wecklj VV g))rfi0matctt tribune. The Rocky Mountain Husbandman, published at Diamond City, Montana, has made its appearance. It is a four ccrtum*1 quarto, neatly printed, and edit ed^with ability, and as its name implies is'specially adapted to the Granger— or to the horticultural and agricultural interest of Montana. TOA&OX' lOLL.AR. Xbou4dir»y rag. bad smelling, soiled and torn, =, Thou puttest ou inorft frills than aeeiueih just The |»lc«ure9-on thy face ar* dim and worn, And tliou :irt worthy only of dfegu.-t. Awa! I would have gold for currency! Br ght. gleaming, splendid, rare,barbaric It'jill And phiiti»g silver is ilie charge foi me, Afclo4h .icy«|n fpec'm "'AyiJ of «!d. Bnt st:iy! not i1t-sm»v thee y. t. me hinks, For gold I h»ve not, but 1 have thee Mirt And. thou, thougn soiled, ail ons drinks, I KICi UBLICAN NEWSPAPER, Bcbliibed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE TBI-WEEKLY AND WBBKLY. aoascairvuni rmi: CO Weekly I I year.... .V. ....I1W a*tha .. 500 |f months... ...

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. — 29 December 1875

Bismarck,'D.4 Ti( Dec! 29 1875. WE OUR NEIGHBOURS, on The Records of an Unfashionable Street. (Sequel to "Mv WiVand I.") A. Novel By HAKRI&T STOWE, Author of "Uncle Totn's Cabin-," "M» Wifean« I," etc., etc. (•[This charming story first appeared in the Chris­ tian Onion, for which it w*s written, and hnvin- been pu»*lishel in tjook form by J. B.. P«rd & Co. New York, ii may had at auy book *tor«. Pric $1 75.—Bd 1 Tho Van Arviel pew was a perfect fort and entrenchment of respectability It was a groat hign, sqiare wall pe •, well cushioned and ample, with an im posing array of prayer bookV there was room in it for a regiment ul saints.. and here Aunc Maria sat on tint* pleas ant Sunday listening to the danger* oi the church, all alone. She felt, in ,* measure, like El j«h the Ti«hb.tc, as she only were left to stand up for the alters of her faith. Mrs. Wourennm* w** not a uAh, u\Vell, person to Ut an evil run on very far without a protest. "Wbile she was musing the fire burned...

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. — 29 December 1875

STANDING ROCK AGENCY. Thi* ia tb« largest Indian Agency oil the Missouri, and the most important. .About seven thousand Sioux are sta tioned here, and tmbra«e the greater portion of the following bands: Unkpa pas, Ogallallas, San Aarcs, Minneconjous Two Kettles, Black feet and Yanktooayn. Great improvement has been made, of late, not only in the condition'of the Indians, but in the agency knd in the character of the employes. •, One familiar with the agency for the past few years, to visit it now, would be forcibly Struck with the changes that hate been made. In th? place of chaos he would And system in the place ol #ld and tumble'do wa buildings tie 'would And pleasant arid substantial quarters, log-houses, renovated, floored ahdsup |lied With doors and windows and jo place of the the forsaei4 distressed' and halt-starved savages, ell dressed, Well lo^and seemingly #ii^oipsnie (annuity goodiOand tq-pj i(pi^utT to eat), as they put it, while thfc forweiH empty1 tfsrebottofcs The age...

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. — 29 December 1875

gtye iismarclt Sritmne. Bismarck, 1). T.f Dec. 29 1875. WE OUR IIMBMIKS, OK Th© Records of an Unfashionable Street. (Sequel to "My Wi«e and I.") A Novel By HARRIET BEE0HE3 STOVE, [This charming story Ur.-fc appeared in the Chris­ tian Union, Tor which it wniieu, and having toten puulisned t« book form by J. B. Ford Co., New York, l» uiay ue had at any book «tor#. Price fi.70.—Kb 1»»i»un*.1 (Continued From Page 2.) "Yes, ui she did," said Aunt Maria, with vigor "and can tell you it's a perfect (right, if it did come from Paris. Another thing I.saw—fringes have come round again] Mrs. Lamar's new cloak was trimmed with fringe." "You don* say so," said Mrs. Van Arsdel, contemplating all the possible consequences of. this change. "There was another reason why I cou^ln'tj.go out this'morning," she added, rather ir­ relevantly—'l,I had no bonniet. Adi ien ne couldn't get the kind of ruc^he neces­ sary to finish it until nextweeK, and the old one is ton shabby. Were the S tuy vesants oiii?"...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 December 1875

1 BLACK HILLS. It is now pretty jy tha the military will not further ipterfan to prevent the occupation of the Black Htlls. •'Every officer reporting on^^h^ subject has urged that the occupation oT the 3!ack Billfold and Secretary Cbd^lerrjWFf &aJk»! further allowance of annuities to the S as 0 der of "the gold bearing region and the right of way thereto. The friendly la* dians ure ready to accept tfce situation and trade their^fcht* for jjoi:^MtX« and blanket^Jjut thehojtil*8_m, pot ready to acceptftbeaeAir ioy lir are bent on trouble. ^hese it is pro posed tOj fcitfutiue, andt^ Irpbfciji* tbui vicinity have had their orders to pursue black hillers suspende^^^*081^** *re under orders looking toward business IdSVlh inst.,~"^iU» be fo reports from the BlacMI»U« ^3 W pears richer mf^es Nittan"4 those nereto fore reported have been discovered, and^ that, tt^^Uch lie^efP^ia^-Ai^0«8 that pay fifty dollars per day. appear* i»the HlBs with miners, atffl'so Ibft^lufeiKkoia Division of t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 December 1875

4 ,3f' ribttne. Biimarok, D. T.f Deo. 29^ 187b:. I LOCAL AFFAIRS. Fresh Ovitert 1 full atodc at McLean &' Maenifler's 4u Frank Otmpbell, of Brai^fH, has 86 tared ^a patent for an Improved car brake and coupler. Choice T«fTk«'s »t J. W. Oo'B. I" 'J* Oh^ee.Ohrifctaia!! Gifts afcJJW. Ray •ond & Go's. I a i.A *'ft for erery one at «ond &Co'*, ....... tw( RN?)P**AI9 7ThT#~TT~QV.• jii week', 'enroute from SteVe^son USind 'iifc'ltock. He relpiTes that, post. jvii jwrr w\(p. |*8 ter or "L instinas Oi'ft "*t i/ '•'The Vohliern Gazotte wisely, remark-s: "Whi^n ^ou see a young married' man contemplating h»by} carriages with Calp^and thoughtfut eye, yoa. reason a of that.—Norriitoion Herald. 4 70 t.iix ''A'Kcw'York merchant has., been de­ tected thcasiiring thirty-four, inches to they trd l'#oki:u heVis notj»ini{ on towel.' bhtit tells heavily^ oi).a woolep^ shlH when the thermometer.drepsdow.ti rDetroit Fred Press.., ATFL) ITMTIRS^ Dr, l)'Uoger is about to commence the publication5...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 December 1875

srr^i 3* 1 .* Clocks *OwS Mght Sf» W»l- *rar fWtda of %B er nna1i quantities »t IjW price*. •, MOORHEAB MA1HJPACTUB1NG CO BAKERIES- CITY BAKERY. *r cakea pie* or fancy pastry on short notlee gn*» an teeing aatisfactioi. with reasonable THE OKB \T VHKOUGU LIMB BBTWBBW Chicago, Kew l«rK, Kew England, ,P'"-T S»tur«i«y Arriving in Chicago at 4:(h) p. ™. T11E ONLY THUOUttll LINK BETWEEN CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE. St.PAUL A!tD MINNEAPOLIS. ft traverses a finer coun'ry. with grander acenery anrl DHBsea through more business c-ntera and plea*-' Kr.en%rtRHHwVK'e^ tregor, Auatin and Owatonna. Through Palace Coaehea and ileeping Cara Of lb© Best and TracR Perfect. »-Connecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis wW. Ar^rrriil lineacantering attho»e polnU. 0T »apl ParoT—Ctir. of Jackaan aad My' CWr UtnCB-^H* Ka«» Jartaaa bl., e«n**klrd S A. •. H. CABPBRT1B* Cm Paaa. and Ticket Agent, MOwewkee. (JOHS, ttummer Arrangement PA88SKGBR TBAIXS •:v imf wtjgMKW "7b. A||. I ml iOFflhWdStefB R^IL wt^YS. T.jg *YCTQ gT.lA...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 29 December 1875

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Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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