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Biamarck, D. T., July 18,1877.
David Bltkely, editor of the Minne
apolis Tribune, tells tbe people in bis
paper, what their duties are toward
home-newspapers. He says:
*'And this brings us to another duty
which t^e business men owe tbeir borne
paper. They owe it tbe needed and ac
tually essential support or tbeir adver
tising business. Without tbis in a
reason able.measure, no paper can thrive
in any city. JThe importance of the
end in view none of them -will for a
moment'dispute. Every baainesgjinap
recognizes the fact that no sipgle.en
.can do so much for his town as}
and enterprising newspaper.
Bailroads,' and mills, and lumber yards,
and schools, andgcburches, and opera
bpusesj'arid ^great water powers, and"
grand auxiliaries,' but without a yigi
laqt newspaper to make known-thelr
existence and set forth" their adyarita-'
ges, a lever of vast power and influence
is overlooked. There are business mep •_
in thiscitj who rarely adrestise,'and
who doubtless believe that they jog
along about as well without it but
these men forget'that a live andener-'
getic newspaper benefits them by bene
fitting their town and contributing, to,
and that even if they get
no direct benefit from their newspaper
card, they are benefitted in fact, just as,
they are benefitted by the accession of
a new railroad,'to which'they willingly
contribute a bonus, and in the way of.
taxes on the bonds issued fbr their con
struction, continue to contribute day
by day and year by year. We intend
to appeal to all business men to give
us something of an advertisement to
give lis'a portion of their printing, "and
to thoughtfully and continuously ex
tend to us a helping and encouraging
hand. If this appeal shall m^et with a
response—if every business man will
manifest his good will by no more .than
a couple of lines indicating his place of
business, his home paper will immedi
ately spring into a grand success.
Promotions' and Appointments of
The Jbllowng promotions and
ments in [the'army "of the United States
have been made by the President since
the publication of General orders No. 32,
of April 2. 1877, and up to July 2,1877
Lieutenant Colonel .William J.
Sloan, sargeon, to
be sargeon with therank of colonel Major Glover.
Perlin, surge*n, to'be surgeon wit&i tbe rank of lient.
coltmel yaptain David L. Huntington, assistant
sargeon, to be idrgeon, witn the rank of major
Captain David S. Gordon to be major/ First Lieu
tenant Thomas J. Gregg to be Captain Secand Lieu
enact John H. Coale. to be first.lieutenant Lieut.
Calonel Tboma&C. Devin, of the XI ghth Cavalrj, to
be colonel first Lieutenant John B. Babcock to be
captaln Second Lieutenant George B. Davis to be
first lleut&naidt Major N. B. SWeitisar, of the Second
cavalry, to be lieutenant colonel Major Harvey A.
Allen to be lieutenant colonel Captain James Mc
Millan, of tbe Third cavalry, to be major,*- Tirsi
Lieutenant John L, Harmon, to be captain Second
Lieutenant Charles S. Miner to be first lieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel William H. French to be colonel
Second Lieutenant George H. Paddock to be first
lieutenant 8econd Lieutenant William P. Duval to
be first lieutenant First Lieutenant Egbert B. Sav
age to be captain 8econd Lieutenant William B.
Momin to be first lieutenant Second Lieutenant
Charles if. Bailey to be first lieut Second Lieu
tenant William Miller to be first lieutenant,* Sec
ond Lieutenant Alfred H. Larke to be first lieuten
ant Second Lieutenant Harry L. Haskell to be first
lieutenant First Lieutenant Cass Durham to be
captain Second Lieutenant Frank B. Barnhart to
be first lieutenant/ Second Lieutenant William H.
Law, Jr., to be first lieutenant First Lieutenant
William H. Boyle to be captain Second Lieutenant
Kobert E Fletcher to be first lieutenant Second
Lieutenant Daniel Cornmaa to be first lieutenant
Second Lieutenant Orlando L. Weitintr. to be first
lieutenant Second Lieutenant Morris C. Wessells to
be first lieutenant.
Thomas J. Clay, of Kentucky Erastus W. Max
well, of Massachusetts, and Sergeant Theodore
Masher, Jr., of the Signal Service, to be second
lieutenants William A. Nichols, of Kansas, to be
second lieutenant, Stephen O'Connor, late first
lieutenant, to be second lieutenant.
Colonel Joseph J. Reynolds, Third Cavalry, and
Colonel Joseph Boberts, Fourth artillery, have been
Gen. Jubal Early, the famous ex-Con
federate chieftan, arrived in the city
yesterday from Hot. SpringsV where he
has been fcr "some, weeks endeavoring,
to find relief for his rheumatic affec
tions^ and an ailment of the right eye,
and regifttg'rcMi at the planters'. Gen.
Early graduated at West Point in the
clan of r'£7,:with Gens. McKinstry, R.
S. Granger, Tom Williams, and others,
most of them long since gone to their
final rest. In the Mexican war he
commanded a regiment of Mexican vol
unteers. Some time after he entered
the service, on leaving West Point, he
resigned* and commenced the practice
of the law. He is now in the profes
sion, at his residence in Lynchburg,.
Va., and has achieved marked success.
He is a^stately, fine-looking old man of
something over sixty, with full and
comely wbite whiskers, yet suffering
shows itself on his countenance and
movements. He left last night for
horns. The General saw Gov. Phelps
just before leaving the Springs, and the
old Governor reported himself as im
A good deal of artificial butter Is
being manufactured these days in New
Tork. An epicure says: "It looks
like butter, it tastes like butter, it is
butter it constituents and their rela**
tive proportions, as determined by
analysis, are the same as that of dairy
butter. It is made from tbe fat of
newly slaughtered animals, and as much
care is exercised in making a pure ar
ticle as is used in making dairy butter
in the best'regulated dairy. Only prej
udice prevents it from being regarded
as a valuable food pioduct."
A spinister lady of fifty iemarked
tbe other day that she could go alone
at six months. "Yes," said her hate
fulhalf-brother, "and you've bee* go
ing it 'alone' ever since, and never eu
Livery & Feed
Cor. Fifth, and Main Stsv
Buggies and Saddle Horses for hiro by the day cr
hour at reasonable rates.
My Buggies and Harness are new and of the best
manufacture and style, and oar Stock good. Parties
wishing teams for any distant point caa be aceommo
dated at fair rates.
My Stable is large and airy, and accommodation*
or koardine stock the best In the coastrv. 39-Sm
J. GEIRIET, Proprietor.
Near the Landing,' BISMABGK.
?, StahimanBottled Lager..
Pat up specially for this market.
Liquors, Cigars,' Ac. Sweiteer and Llmburger
Cheese, and other delicacies. Parties »r picnic*
provided for on..short notice. Tbe proprietor, haa
taken pains to make the grounds ,,
Comforthble and AUrakttffre, \r
Deitrich's Omnibus Line wiU run a Tragregtilirlyto
and froal the gronnds, making tbe routld' trip oo
Sunday far 25 cents.
pg"Come and enjoy youraelf. 5-1 "v
USIIOT STATESIIASD OmcB,-''
BiaximcK, 1T., Jane 23, 1877.
Complaint hajriogrbeea enteredat .tbia office by
Stephen Welch against Wm. IL White for. abandon*
Ing Timber Culture Entry No.' 9, dated June 9th,
J875,-upon.the Southwest Quarter of 8ection 6,
Township 138, Range 79, in Burleigh. Connty, Dakota
Territory, with a view to the cancellation of said
entry: :the said parties are hereby summoned to
appear at this Office on the 27th day of July, 1877,
at 10, o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged abandonment
EDWARD M. BROWN,
Geo. W. SWEET,
Heal Estate Agent
Office on Mainj bet. 2d & Sd Sts.
Will Attend to the Purchase, Sale
and Renting of Town Lots
Farms, Houses and
,. A Full and .u ,,
To all Real Property in
TAie Paid for Non-Residents.
JOHN YEGIN. M. LANG.
John Yegin CoM
BISMARCK., D. T.
Bread, Pies, Cakes, Green Fruits,
Goods Choice and Fresh and
Delivered Free to any point in
(Date of first publication July 11, 1877.)
8. A. Dickey on the7th day of Blarcb,
1S77, made and executed mortgage ,to.: 8amuel
Whitneylof the City of Bismarck, County, of Bur
leigh, and Territory of Dakota, to secure
mortgage and no suit or proceeding
Five Hnndred and Torty-three Dollars,, payable: in
120 days from the date of
morfgage was recorded in the offite of
•*f- i^i .. i»
of JMdt of said Connty of Burleigh-on 7th^dif
of March 1877,
6 o'clock pt m. fe Book of,Mo?t--
ages on page 2 and the stun of Wire Hundred atul
orty-three Dollars principal and Tiretfy-bne
dollars interest is dne on said mortgage :oatke llUr
day of July.
D. 1S77, the dayof
the ficst pablica*,
notice, and whereas defiolt'liai
malde la the payment of tbe money
stituted at law to secure the'debt now el
due upon said mortgage or any pfcft tliere6f th
malrtgage Till beforecloaed by* «desfmii pcmiif
by vviae of the power contained }n tbe mortgage
which sale will be made on the 34th day of Augmt
1877, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon 0B the prtmfcs«.~
The following ia a description of aid Mortgafad
premises: Lot number ThirUien (18) in BTock nun
ber Fifty (50) in the City of Bismarck in theCo aaty
of Burleigh aforesaid together with the hereditaments^
and appurtenance* Uiereuntb belonging or la any
JOHN A. 8TOYELL, lCt7wed
Attorney for mortgagee.
Em Cm ASH,
BISMARCK, D. T.
First-class Rigs, with or with
out Drivers, at reasonable rates.
GOOD. SADDLE HOUSES.
By virtue ot a chattel mortgage executed by John
Dart to J. D. Wakeman. dated the 81st day of May,
1S77, and filed in the office of the Register of Deeds
of Burleigh County, D. T.t on the 1st day of June,
1S77, at 3 o'clock the afternoon, and upon which
default has been made, I shall sell the property
therein mentioned and described, via: The pine
frame building situate, lying and being «t Pleasant
Point, in Burleigh County, on tbe east bank of the
Missouri river, opposite Fort A. Lincoln, said build
ing being situate between the buildings of Thos.
Haggerty and Patrick Halone, and lately occupied
as a saloon by the said John Dart, and also the bar.
fixtures, and furniture therein, to the highest and
best bidder, at public auction, tor cadi, on the 21st
day of July, A. D. 1S77, at 2 o'clock
the premises rituate as aforesaid.
A. McKKRZIE, Sheriff,
A. BS9iBU Iffy for Mortgage*. lfr-M
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silverware, Spectacles, Etc.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Tribune Block, Bismarck.
FAHKXXT «& WHAX.E2T,
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE,
FRUITS, &C., &C.
J. W. WATSON. W. B. WATSON.
J. W. W4TS0II
Bismarck, X. T.
DEY GOODS and
Hats and Gaps, and Groceries
The largest and best selected Stock on the Northern Pacific.
Ladies will find a large assortment of
BISMARCK, 1. T.
Gents' & Ladies' Futnishitig
OOODS, NOTIONS, &c.
And Wearing Apparel of all kinds also Silks, Alpacas and other
Can obtain full. Citizen Outfits at the lowest possible prices.
NONE CAN AFFORD
Until they examine our Stock.
Orders from the Military Posts or other Missouri River points will
sHeetioe and satisfaction will surely be given.
Kalberer & Walter,
BiMiarck, D. T.
Orders from Abroad will He
ceive Prompt Attention*
lathes, flood & Sehnrmeir,
t. Jih /7 r.
.:t r.j -Ji. AND
BEST OF STYLES
TM« Qonse baa large and complete atoek of
Cloth* and Caadmeres always on hand. It will be
to the Interest of erery buyer to call and examine
before porcharing elsewhere.
No. 82 Jackson Street,
Wholesale and Betail
Floor and] Feed, Corn and Oat Meal,
Pearl Barley, &c. Hams and Shoulders, Choice
Boll, Print and Jar Bntter, Silver
Drip and-Golden Syrap, Double strong Vinegar,
Full line of Canned Goods, ic Hard
Cider, Green and Dried Fruit*, Grockery and Glass
ware, Wrapping Paper, Ae., 'Ac.
Fall line of Tobacco and Cigars. Agent for
Minneapolis Soap. Highest price paid
for Soap Grease and Tallow.
C. S. WEAVER & CO.,
Lath, Doors, Sash, and
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
Of all Classes of
BUILDINGS, PLANS, SPECI
Estimates Furnished on
BrHUARCK D. T.
Tbe Star Shaving Rooms!
Bismarck, D. T.
bet. Main and Meigs.
First c' ass workmen, Hair Cutting, Sharing, Sham
Quick work, well and quietly done.
Stf JUSTUS SNELL Prop'r.
500 Lois for Sale
lost Desirable Part of tbe City of
Parties having built upon lota to which they hare
not received deeds will call ra the undersigned im
mediately and get their deeds if they desire the lots,
otherwise thay will be sold.
7-8m GEO. P. FLANNERY.
Wholesale & Eetail Dealer in
H. P. SLATTERY.
Cor 3d and Hefgs Sto, Bi§mai«k
St. Paiil lb
•tJ.-. 1.7 ItrllfAi:!
Stage and Transportation Cm
BISM1KCK T0 THE BUCK HILLS.
H. A. TOWNS, G. H. SMITH,
Superintendent. Gen*l Superintendent
G. G. 8ANBRON, E. D. 1LSLET,
Gen'l Business Agt. Genl Ticket Ast.
ST- "I—' A. TTT ir IVflirsTNT.
Through Express Trains
St. Paul to Bismarck
Making close connections at St- Paul
with morning trains from Chicago
and all points East and South.
No Delay! Continnons Rnn!
ST. PAUL to BISHABCK, 30 His
ST. PAUL to LEADW00D, 66 Brs
CHICAGO to DEADWOOD, 84 His
Trains leave St Paul atS ^o a. m. Bull
man Palace Sleeping Cars between Brahi
erd and Fargo, on Northern Pacific R. R
frWGood Eating Houses are located'at
convenient points along the Line, between
St- Paul and Bismarckr and ample tirfte
always allowed passengers for meals.
Bismarck to Deadwood!
ISORTHWESTEBJf EXPRESS, STAGE
Organized under a charter of the State
of Minnesota with a Capital of $ioo,ooo,
is prepared to transport passengers be
Bismarck, Crook City, Deadvrcod,
and other points in the Black Hiils. in the
most comfortable and expeditious man
ner arid in the shortest time of any line
to the Hills-
First and Second Class Passengers will,
be transported in first class
4.Horse Concord Coaches
and may be assured of safe and speedy
transit, with good accommodations for
meals, etc. It is the design to make this
the Banner Route to the new gold fields.
Freight in large or small lots will be
transported in less time and at as Tow
rates as by any competing line.
Quickest Time, Lowest Rate&
ST. PAtrj. OR MINNEAPOLIS
ist Class. 2d Gfess- Emigrant.
$45.00 $40.00 £27.00
CHICAGO TO DEADWOOO.
Stage accommodations between BIS
MARCK and DEADWOOD, fcr first
and second class passengers are the sajne.
Emigrant passage by Freight Wagons.
150 lbs Baggage free by rail
50 lbs Free by Stage line.
We sell you Through Tickets to desti
nation without troubling you to exchange
them, or purchase others at terminus of
of erery line, as you are compelled to on
B. BLAXELY, President, St. Paul Minn
H.P. CILABE, Vice-Pres St Cloud Minn
0. W- OABPENTER,
Secy, and Treas., St Paul, Llinu.
DISTANCES FROMBISM AX CXC
From Bismarck to Miles.
Little Heart to Shantapeda,*
Shantapeda to Cannon Ball*
Cannon Ball to Cedar River,^ 52
Cedar River to Antelope Creek,I 65
Antelope Creek to Grand River'-
Grand River to Rabbit Springs.! 3i
Rabbit Sp'gs to
Whitney Sp'gs,f 12 93
Whitney Springs to Big^"Meadow,f 101
Big M^dow to North More. S 109
North Moro to Cottonwood.- 115
Cottonwood to South More.® -12 127
South Moro to Elm Creek,-5 1^3
Elm Creek to Centennial,f 7 142
Centennial to Dry Fork,*
Dry Fork to Rattlesnake Creek,f
Rattlesnake Cr'k toDead Horse.f 12
Dead Horse to Crow Creek.* :o 17^
Crow Creek to Belle Fourche,*
Belle Fourche to Crook City, S
Crook City to Deadwood, S 205
•Woo* and Water. tw««r.