The Bismarck Tribune. 11 Apr 1877 p.2

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Utah at that des- he Ft. Benton Transportation Pie»»t. lice, 83 MlarketSt. , Sec'y C. POWJE Cbicag 0. A. BAKE St. 219 Olive I St. d comi lodiou The New, fast BLACK HILLS l ' a it we BF N TC 'JX JAS. McGAEKY, , Master. FOI [NO. Olork. Years. AND Alii- POINfTS ON THI UPPER MISSOURI. Leaves Bismarck for Fort Henton 01 April 20. l877 For Freight or Passage apply on Boaid orto JAS. A. EIttHION!S,AKen». Minneapolis Stoje, L. COHEN 1 BISMARCK, - (JESTS (JESTS ninSIDlN T. AND GOf S, Fancy Groceries Cheap For Corner 2dand Main Stis., B w. WHOLESALE GRO in BISMAR of told hundred g and said who day a before for make them of theirs. towns and car cause to he receives, smartness his eye teeth Northern Pacfic ! RAILROADS, St. Paul to Bismarck, NORTHWESTERN EXP Stage and Transportation cK To THE BI.UI, H. A. TOWNE, Superintendent. G. G. SASBRON, Gen'l Business Agt. N. P. It. R., ST- G. n. SMITH, Gen'l - upleri: K. D. 11LE Gen' L. S. DVCIU J" T Through Express Tkinj --FROM -- StFadtoBiBJMTck Mating close connections at t. Paul Choice Mi Roll nrnl P int Butter, Warranted Fresh Eggs, Green Fruits, PRVISIONS OF HEADQUARTER HOTEL BUILDING TH1RE ALL ILJND! DOORS, MOTJL ·Window and Door frames!, STAIR RAILING, SEWilL P«, ST. Glazed Sash. Estimates, Price Lists and Moulding Books Sent on Application, i ' F. L. JOHNSON CO,| Cor 3d St. and 3d Av;. So. Minneapolis E. MENKUS, Chicago Store, Next Door to Merchants Hotel, Third BISMARCK, D. T. o\vn says on his never in the Street, I is: AND MILLINERY GOODS!! An Entirely. New ( Establishment, GOO£)S PAUL to ST. PAUL to D3A3WOOI CHICAGO to 3DEADJTOD, Trains leave St. Paul at 8:30 a man Palace Sleeping Cars betwle erd and Fargo, on Northern Pa with morning trains from Ch icago and all points East and Sojujth No Delay! 4Minuon SOHrs GGHrs 84Hrs m. Pullen Pullen Brain- ific R. R. ocated at :, between St. Paul and Bismarck, and ample time always allowed passengers for ueals- Eating Houses are convenient points along the Lin Bismarck to --THE-NORTHWESTERN --THE-NORTHWESTERN EXPRES --AND-TRANSPORTATION --AND-TRANSPORTATION Organized under a charter ol of Minnesota with a Capital o is prepared to transport pass tween Bismarck, Crook City, ngers be- idwood, are nevei sa\s Ins his wife h a t she is go- so busy LOW Oall and examjine goods [and prices where. before purchasing and other points in the Black I ills, in most comfortable and expedi ous manner manner and in the shortest time j' any line to the Hills. i Firs't and Second Class Pass ngers be transported in first class l.Horso Concord Coaches and may be assured of safe i nd speedy transit, "with good arcommoc ations for meaU, etc. It is the design tri make the Banner Route to the new jold Freight, in large or small Ints will transported in less time and at as lo\\ rates as by any competing line Quickest Time, Lowest Rates t 1 D e a l e r s i n ST, PAUL OR MINff^APOLIS TO DEADWOO1 2d Class. ist Class 2d CLiss. , lamgran i,15oOO $4O.OO CHICAGO 1 TO DEAJDtorOOD. $45.35 LUMBER, SHINGLES, j Stage accommodations bet ' I * _ _ _ " _ _ _ . -»-v»-. * I-"*.* i1 e xj~w / no I^atli, Doors, Sfash ap Mouldings ALSO hate | don't MARCK and DEADWOOi and second class passengers ai Emigrant passage by Freight 150 Ibs Baggage fr e 5O libs Free by Stag e PICATIONS AND i ort police kind in General New A M I 11 !· \ M'o. nut t o f feed o t*.* , I r . ws Agent I,KK I N | We sell you Through Ticke nation without troubling you the;m, or purchase others at of e ery line, as jou are com other routes. m i E. BLAKELY, president, St S. P.X1LAEK, Vice-Pres St 0. W- 01BPEHTEE, : fcfecy. and TreasivSt. ' DISTANCESFROMBU TO DEADWOO From ISistnarck to L i v t l I I e a . i t , - i L L i t t l c , l ' c \ u t to Shantapoda. ^1.' 't ipcda U C.niiK'ii lail, v, ilnno.i Bau 1.0 Cedar R i v e r , a J o f c l _ l n . U to dl.Jid · i jd l i n c i to K u!). t "ipur Mo.o. Q! A " t«; 1 \i ; i OKI u KO, T A 1.IM ill · t. A St., e n s'l.-N.Y W ILL 151. M » l . l » i' 1'ijlil.. da;, of A|u l no\t, ainuiu a l Quartcimrf(Stei'j Stores, a u i l Terms ·it 11 a. in ' CHAS. A. v vnscaii, n.t A. Q M F., M i r t l i i O , 1' on t! j r of Public Atiirrlal.-, tid Gir.fsoa Th, sale ·» 7tli C n S( 11 coiinunce K ibbit Sji gs ; \\ i 1 ln(,v ^i 11 inijs't) By Me ^o\\ ti Noi Norili Moio to Cotton wood 10 Moro to Hl'.i Llm Cicck to L e n t ' - ' ' J . Centennial to l)i\ Fo k, Drv Foik to Rattk--i'.u.e C Ra'ttlcsiiako Cr'ktoDcad Hoi Dead 1 lor»e to Crow L ' cr Crow Creek to Belle 1 oui Belle FourchetoCiook C i t \ , Crook City to Deadwood, *V *V Tood and Water. tWatl , SI A(iE CO., the State $100,000, $32.25 veen BIS- for first the same. Wagons. by rail to desti- e\change rminqs of elled to on Paul Minn loud Minn aul, Mine. Milesl 10 i f ' 10 .1 ( \ i- V , ! hi - b ft - 9 O ,»· 1 ,1 12 - IO 5- 10,, 2 I?? 18 8 1 9S

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  2. 11 Apr 1877, Wed,
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