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Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 20,1877.
MASONIC.- The regular communication* of Bismarck Lodge Ko 130, A.-. V.'. ft A.'. M.*. are held in their hall en the first and third Mondays of each month at 1 p. m«-_ Brothers In good standing are cordially United. W. 1L FALCONER, W. M. GEO. P. FLANNERY, gee. I.O.O. F. The regular meetings of Mandan Lodge No. 12, I. O. O. I., are held in Mansenic Hall every Toes day. Brother* in good standing are cordially invi- PRESTON D. W. MABATTA, N. G. 8I6-. HANAUEU, R. Sec. 17 RELIGIOUS SERVICES At the Presbyterian Chnrc'n every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath evening commen cing at 8 s'cloctc Saboalh School Immediately after morning fer^ice. Prajer' meeting every Thursday er»nlng. Hrv. 1. O. Sloan, Pastor. Arrival And Departure of Malls. On the North Pacific to an 1 from the east arrive and. depart daily.' Leave for Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Baford and for the Tongae Biver posts every Taesday, Thnrsday and Saturday, arriving every Wednesday, Friday and Bnnday. Leave for Fort Bice and Standing Bock every Tuesday, Thnrsday and Saturday returning, arrive trttj Wednesday, Friday and 8nnday. .Leave for Deadwood and oth-r points in the Black HOls Tnesnays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving to Deadwood in sixty hours. Pint. NRILLDM A. HOLLGIKBAEK, Official Surveyor Burleigh County O Drug Store, or IT. S. Land Office. 7tf LAWYERS. JOHN A. 5T0YELL—County Attorney. 4th St. THOS VAN ETTEN—Attorney at Law and United States Commissioner. ft WILLIAMS—0. O Preston, E A Williams) Main Street. ZO FLANNERY—(City Main Street Attorney) West DENTIST. AHancock. T. BIGELOW, D,'D 8—Office opposite Camp /tt&AS- THOMPSON—City Engineer. Those who V/ want lots surveyed and boundaries established will be accommodated. Office, U. S. Land Office. DR. E. W. FINCH, Physician 1 Surgeon, Offiss at th# Oapitol Hotel. Prompt attention to Mils In town or country day or night, 13-ly 1HUSiCAL INSTRUMENTS. MBS. 0. 8. OOFF—Agent forPlanss aad Organs, Bismarck, Dakota. 16-tf Dr. Wm. A. Bentley, Physician and flargeen, office for the present at room 45, Sheridan House. Calls left at the «ffiee promptly attended to. 31tf Mr. P. Ramage, watchmaker aqd maaofaeturing jeweler, has opened a shop on Fourth St., and for anew com er is doing well. Mr. Ramage has the repatation of being a first class work* nan. Steamboat Supplies, Rosin, Coal Tar Lard Oil, etc. at Hollemback's A large tenement house is being erec ted by N. Dunkleberg, one of our prom inent lumber merchants, on the south aide of the track. This is as it should be, for there is a great demand for .houses of this kind. 1877. ESTABLISHED 1872 COMPLIMENTS OF James A. Emmons, Wine and, Liquor Merchant, Bismarck. D. 7. J. W. Raymond has recently pur chased the building and two lots on the corner of Meigs and Fifth Streets, and is converting the house into a stable for his own use. Ht will have ample room for both his stock and carriages. Tbe building was formerly occupied as a warehouse by the stage and transport tation company. Boarding. Single Meals 25 cents or board by the #eek at $1.50 at J. F. Reardon's, Main st., Bismarck. tf. The hills adjoining Bismarck are completely dotted with freight wagons awaiting the arrival of goods which they expect to carry to the Hills. The season thus far has been a good one for freighters, anrl as yet the bu-incss doe3 not seem in the least retarded. For safety and convenience surely the Cus ter route i.« fir in advance. FireaiOiU Eschaagei Choice also the Butter- (L»te 7th Cavalry Saloon,) \?inea, Liquors anil Cigars, Calebratcd Dakota Bitters, and railk on ice. Old and new friends arc ihvitcd to call. DYER & BYRNE 15tf The Gen. Sherman, whilo en her re turn trip from Cheyenne Agency, stop ped at Fort Rice to lay up for the night. It was about 11 o'clock whan she threw her cable ashore, but notwithstanding the hour, the officers of the post with their ladies, bearded the beautiful steamer an^had a gala time tripping the lignt fantastic until the wee hours. fi ne La' h.e8r/ MlnniKl T? of 250 head ofcat- Bisciarck from Minnesota. They arc composed chief I a an see that our citizens are eladlv sr:crfu,e °v» °pp°rtuni•ty- curing a cheap cow. mi- The stock is excellent order, and considering the op portunity afforded, the expense willbe nominal for wintering it. Star Brewery Beer. The reason this beer is the best in the country is because it is made of rich Canada malt. Attention, LaJlas. Mrs. Edward Sloan wishes to call the attention of the ladies to the fact that £he is prepared to make up suits in the latest styles. She is a dressmaker of unusual taste, and having all the latest patterns on hand, is prepared to do her work in the shortest time possible. Give her a trial. Room on Fourth St., near Rosser. 28-1 mo Married. A very pleasant and amusing little affair, in the matrimonial line, occur red on last Friday evening at the resi dence of Mr. Plummer, on Main Street. The happy couple were Wm. Etzel, of L. Company, 7th Cavalry, Fort. Lin coln, and Miss Mary Ann Hackett, of Bismarck. Judge Davis effected the consolidation, after which the happy party—for there, were about twenty, all told—repaired to the residence of Mrs. Costello, where they spent the balance of the. evening. The "sojor boy" re turned te the post Saturday morning, buf the bride will remain with the old folks for a-few days. We wish the hap py twain success through life, and that their troubles may all be little ones. Imported Champaigns At the St. Louis Liquor Store will be found the genuine Dry Yerzenay, from Jules Mumm & Co. also Piper Heidsich & Co's imported wines. "I*. W. s!" & "B." Ft Lincoln correspondence criticis ing "L. W. S. and "B." is received. Desiring to' close the case with the communication of "L. W. S." which ap pears to-day we hold it in reserve for the present. Mr. A. Pollock has opened a photo graph gallery on tbe corner of Third and Thayer streets, and is now ready for business, and cordially invites our citizens tc give him a call. He adver tises to remain two weeks only. 32tf Dr. King, dental surgeon, is still at the Capitol Hotel. All dental work done in a scientific manner, and all work warranted. Charges reasonable. For Sale. A valuable piece of property—bouse and three lots outside of the city limits —for sale on reasonable terms. Inquire at this office. SOtf Liost Last "Week. A gentleman's large, plain seal ring, for which a reward of ten dollars will be paid the finder by leaving it at Mc Lean & Macniders. 29 Congress W ater at HOLLEMBACK'S. Wanted. Two good fciotel girls at the Sheridan House, Bismarck. 28tf.' Gen. Thos. S. Resser and lady with a large party of distinguished citizens of Minneapolis, among whom were Hon. Eugene Wilson, ex member, of Congress from Minnesota, and lady Hon. D. Mor rison, who has been, one of Minnesota's foremost men for twenty years, and Geo A. Brackett Esq., another of Minneapo lis solid old timers with their ladies came in on Saturday evening's train' and spent the Sabbath in Bismarck and at Fort Lincoln. A daughter of Col. John H. Stevens who was quite recently with us was a member of this very pleas ant party. No particular significance is attached to their visit as it was purely for recreation, and we judge it was a success.- The party was ve.y much pleased with Bismarck and surround ings. From Gen. Rosser we learned that tbe present managers of theNorth ern Pacific were enthsfastic over their road and its future prospects. A strong effort is being made to build next year a section ef the road from the mouth of the Big Horn back to Bozeman in Mon tana, and make the connection between Bismarck and Big Horn by a regular line of steamers, thus giving us a through routo to Bozeman, and insur ing to us here the benefits, to a great extent of that growing trade. Gen.. Rosser takes a comprehensive view of the future prospect? of this country and is sanguine of the future grandure of the Northern Pacific country. Capt. Gore, of the 5th infantry recently accompanied a party of Cheyenne Indi ans on a buffalo hunt which resulted in the slaughter of five hundred animals. A Brook-, of Washington, D. C., for some months past connected with the Fort Peck Indian agencj\ and will prob ably make seme investments in this vi cinity. The country, needs just such men as Mr. Brooks. The best of feeling seems to exist be tween Gen. Miles and those under his command. Gen. Miles offered to take command of the 1st cavalry on its present work, leaving Gen. Sturgis in command at Tongue river, but Gen. Sturgis preferred service in the field. He was serenaded by the 5th infantry band the evening be fore his departure. Maj. J. G-Pitts will hereafter make it his headquarters at John A. Stoyell's office when in the city. The Major's friends, by the way, ard urging his name as a fit delegate to Congress from the new territory of Huron, and should the territory be created the Major will stand a good show to become its first represent ative in Whshington. He is a good one. Col. \V tlson arrived from Tongue river to-day (Monday), and will remain in the city about two months. From the Col. we glean much interesting information in relation to affairs at Tongue river, which appear elsewhere. The Colonel is in the best of health and reports Shaw and associates well. Capt. Pinney, Q. M. 6th Infantry, and Lit, Myer, of the 5th infantry, also came down on the Josephine. The Tort The sportihg fraternity rallied in force to the race course on tbe east side of town on Saturday afternoon to wit ness a sprightly run between the follow ing horses: Stoyell's black pony, Dion's dark bay, Lauadre's pony and a horse from Lincoln. -There were only ten pools taken, Dion's pony winning the raee by only a few feet. After this an other race was gotten up between S toy ell,! black pony, of Bismarck, and tbe Bender pony, of Lincoln. This was a quarter race, for twenty five dollars, being won by the Stoyell pony. We haven't any very fast stock in Bismarck, but always intend to amuse tbe boys whenever they come along. Tbe Co-partnership heretofore exist ing between Bailey and Landre has been dissolved. The business will be con ducted in the future by D, J. Bailey & Co. This house is doing a good busi ness and stands well, and under the new management there will be no back ward steps. We are sorry to learn that Thos. For tune is confined to his bed from a cold contracted from an extended trip up the country. Tom is a good,officer, and we hope to see him around soon. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is hsreby giren that thej partnership hereto fore existing ondsr ths firm nam« of Bailey A Landre, has been this day dissolved, D. I. Bailey to continue the business of said firm and pay all debts against and receive all moneys doe said firm. Dated, Aug. ISth, 1S77, Watchmaker & Mannfaet'ng Jeweler Rings, Pins, Cuff Buttons, Studs, Ac,, made to order. Gold Nuggets mounted in every style. Fourth St., tnree doors off Main, 82m3 BISMARCK, ». T. WELCH'S HOTEL, DEADWOOD, D. T. First-class in every particular. New and elegantly furnished. Certainly the Best Hotel In the Olty. Headquarters for Wisconson, Minnesota and Dako ta people, BBICK AND STONE WOBK done with neatness and dispatch, We will also pnt in Cisterns, bail! Chimneys, Ao. Brick per Hundred $1.20. A liberal reduction will be made for larger quanti ties. Parties wishing to build will find it to their interest to get our figures on brick buildings, then compare with wooden structures. You can save tbe difference in cost in two years insurance. Oar motto Is, "Live and let live." 2Sm3 J. D. I BAILEY. Witnesses, J. LANDRE. J. A. STOTSLL. S. B. COTSLASD. 83w3 D. RAMAGE, E. WELCH &CO-, Propr's. 32tf H. S. KELLOGG, Manager Brick! Brick! COLVERT- & MASON, Contractors and Builders. All kinds of CITT R. BISMABCK, 21 Jane, 1ST7. Be it enacted by "the Mayor and Common Council of tbe City of .Bismarck That a rids-walk eizht feet in width be bailt from the S. H. earner of lot 6, in blook 50, along Foartk street t« Maia street, and that a special tax be levied on the real estate abut ting era said proposed aide-walk. And this notice shall be published fosr csnsecutlv* weeks in the Bismarck TRIBUHI. Signed, JOHV A, McLlAN, Mayer. C. J. CLARK, Dep. City Clerk. 84-4w Attention! The Best Blood Purifier and Tonic of tbe age is Gregorys Scotch Bitters, For sale at THE ST. LOUIS LIQUOR STORE DO and manufactured by Young, Minneapolis., Patterson Co. 13-3m ^xon FAH to send for our New Catalogue. It con tains valuable Infor mation for every person contem plating the pur chase of any article for personal, family agricultural use. Free to any Address. VlOXTeOHBBY WABD & CO* original Grange Supply House, mp -iza dzaWatouAAse. chicach) HL UIEITFD STATES LABD OFFICE. BISMARCK, D. T. AUGUST 15th, 1S77, To John J, jackman, John W. Plummer, James Bender, John W. O'Neal add all others iLterested in the SWi of Sec 32, Tp. 139 N. K. SO W: Ton are hereby notified that the Hen. C?mmic rioner of the General Land Office under date of August Sth, 1877, has in accordance with the deci sion of the Hon. Secretary of the Interior, directed that a heariDg be had at this office for the purpose of taking any testimony which mny be offered tend ing to impeach the good faith of John J. Jackman in his settlement and cultivation of said tract: and that said hearing will be. had at this office on Thursday the 20th day of 8 eptember 1877 at 10 o'clock A.M. at which time and place you will be present prepared to present testimony if any yea have pertaining to the matter in contest- PBTEH HASTOB, Register. EDWARD M. BROWS, Receiver. 31w4w Resolution of tbe Common Council of tbe City of Risninrck, D. X. AUGUST 11, 1877. Be it resolved by the JUayor and Common Council that the following described lots: No's 3, 4, 5 and 6, in block number 49, lots No's 7 8, 9 and 10, in block number 140, lots number 35 and 36, in block number 30, lot number 5 in block 46, acd lot num ber 6 in block 65, be offered for sale at public auc tion on the 23d day of August, 1S77, at 10 o'clock a m., at the front door of the court house, and thai the terms of sale be cash, and that notice of the sale be given by publication of said resolution in the BismaTck Tribune. Approved Aug. 11th, 1877. Attest: JOHN A. McLEAN, Mayor. C. .T. CLABK, Dep. City Ciork. 30t4 -T Tf 7 iX ESTABLISHED 1672. REBUILT 1877. THE PHCENIXED PIONEER DRUG STORE. DT7XTXT CO., Wholesale and Retail Having been Re-built la now Receiving a Full Line of Drags and Toilet Articles, OF ALL KINDS, TOGETHER WITH Paints, Oils, Tarnish es, Etc, And Everything Usually Kept in a Well Regula ted Establishment of this Kind. AN IMMENSE STOCK OF Wines, Liquor8, ana. Cigar 8 Always on band and an nnnsnall Fall Line of STATIONERY, Notions, etc. Main Street, Bismarck, V. T. FORSTER'S O E .AJSTD Restaurant. Front Street, 0pp. E. B. Depot. The Oldest and only First Class Restaurant in Bismarek. Give me a call and I will Guarantee .v GOVEniTM'XTT V- Satisfaction. J. 3?. Forster. Bismarck Bakery, FOURTH ST., OPPOSITE CITY MEAT MARKET. Bread, Pies, Cakea and Fruit delivered to any part of the city. CUAS. JtJZA.HM, 17-lm Proprietor. B. F. RAYMOND & CO., Auction! Commission MERCHANTS. Are no* ready to sell by auction or on commission al kinds of Real Estate and stock of all kinds. Money Advanced on Jewelry and all kinds of valuables. Office Corner 2d and Main Streets, 26tf BISMARCK, D. T. M0S0UIT0E RELIEF, AT LAST Cody's Dead-Shot Keeps off Mosquitoes* Black Plies, Buffalo Gnats, Callinippers, and all otber Troublesome Insects. I I S I O E E I E N Ha3 been successfully used and stood the test for years as THE ONLY perfect preventive against these pests along the St. Lawrence and among the bogs of the Adrionacs. Whoever uses it once never again subjects himself to their attacks without it, for it proves itself a perfect remedy on first trial. Price 5o eta -per bottle $5.00 per dozen. £ent everywhere C. O D, on receipt of one-baif amount of order. Prompt attention given to all orders from a distance. So'A by ___ J. C. CAD If Cor. 3d & Thayer Sts. (272m) BISMARCK, D. T. Saloon and Billiard TaMe for Sale The building known as the Jno Dart &ioon at Pieasant Point will be sold on reasonable terms, also a good Billiard Table. This is a splendid oppor tunity for a saloon man to invest. Apply to J. E. WALKER, ojw4 St. Louis Liquor Store, -jk CASH: I. f. /r 4. J. Soldiers' final Statements IE ID liy .j W. WATSON & DEALElfe- •&r General Merchandise BISMARCK, D, T. Aug. 10th, 1877. 29tf 1877. "OLD BELIIDLE" 1S77. Coulson Line Missouri River Transportation Co. S. B. GOVLSOlft Genl. JSana^or, W. MABATTA, Supt. PLYING BETWEEN AND FT. BEHTTOltr, COMPRISING Eleven First Class Fassengcir Steamers, Built exprefdy for tbe trade, oon nectlng at Fort Benton irith Coacfaea for all parts of MONTANA, and the Great Diamond B. Freight Trains, lie Boats of this line Till Leave BISMARCK! Regularly during the Season. Tbe Large and F3e gant Passenger Steamer PENINAH, Leaves Bismarck for COW ISLAND and Interme diate Points Thursday. August 16, at 7 m. For Freight or Passage apply by letter or ttie graph to D. W. MAR ATT A, Supt., Bismarck, D. 1!. Ft. Benton Transportation Company, T. C. POWER, Pres't. Chicago Office, S3 Market St. G. A. BAKER, Sec'y. St. Louis Office, 219 Olive !St. The New, fast and commodious Passenger Steamer, BENTON! JAS. McGARBY, JOHN 0. BASE, Master. Clerk FOR FT. BENTON AND ALL POINTS ON THE UPPER MISSOURI. Leaves Bismarck for Fort Benton on Aug. 23,1577. or Freight or Passage apply on Board or to (First publication July 25. Territory of Dakota. County of Burleigh. la Dis trict Court, 3d Judicial District. Etta Proctor, plaintiff, vs. ^SUMMON?. John W. Proctor, defend't.} To John W. Proctor, defendant aboze named: You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint in this action which has been filed, on this 3d day of July, A. D. 1S77, in the of fice of the Clerk of tbe District Court in and for Burleigh county, D. T., and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscribers, at their office in tbe city of Bismarck. Burleigh county, D. T., within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service. If you fail to answer the complaint within that time the plaintiff will apply to the court for relief demande in the complaint. Dated, Bismarck, D. T., this 3d day of July. A D. 1377. PRESTOX & WILLIAMS, Pi'tfTs Att'ys. 22-7w Bismarck. D. T." S. Sunderland & CQ., TAXTOEIUOTST& Fourth St. rear Eisenbergs's store BISMARCK, T. Deer and other heads put op in the best Style. Turning in wood and iron, cabinet maMng. Upholstering, Chairs, Lounges As., upholstered on short notice. Furniture revaniished. Special attention to repair ing of every description. IT HEHLI & Von BESTENB0STEL (Successors to Cbrist Hebli,) KING OF BARB&RS, Next door to Peoples Supply Store, Bismarck, A D. T, first class shaving hall where none bnt tbe most competent workmen are employed. HOT AND COLD BATHS, Ladies Hiir Dressing, Ac. JOHN MASON, Sample Room and Billiard HalL Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars Constantly cm Hand. At the Old Stand, Moorhead! Mltau O. II BEAL, DEALER IS Fire Arms, Ammunition, FISHING- TACKLE, &c. Sharps and Winchester Rifles a Specialty. Particular Attention given to Repairing. Orders lay Mail Promptly Attends 1 to. MAIN STREET. BISMARCK. D. T. DION & CO., Carpenters and Builders, BISMABCK, D. X. CONTRACT WORK Put through. Promptly at the Lowest -Kates AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED O.ffice at the Shop on Fifth Street. Bismarck Real Estate/ lgcney. .Improved town property for sale or rent. Outside acre property for1 sale in one and five acre lots—will be sold Very Cheap. Taxes Paid for Non-Residents JOBS W. FISHER. MIME-HA-HA The Choicest Eottled Goods and SMOKERS SUPPLIES In the Market. The Very best Impor ted WISES, LIQUORS ASD CIGARS always in stock, Two doors above Me chants Hotel, Bismarck, D. '£. C. R. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Yellowstone WOOD I The undersigned are prepared to ornisb good Ash and Cottonwood To Steamboats XavJjpitiag the Yellowstone river. Yards Ten and Twenty miles Be low Glendive. MATHEWS & MORGAN. F. JAY EAYNES, and Landscape O A E 3Iiorcl3ea«I, JJiHs. Piildislscr of NGHTI33ZIN PACIFIC 17IT,TP'S, Catalogup o-i r.pp'.ic^tiori 3 G. & m. W. OHES. The Chicago And Northwestern Railway embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the North and Xorth-west and with its nunerona branches and connections* forms theshorteatand umckest route between Chi cago and all points in Illinois, Wisconsin Kort'nem Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California and the Western Territories. Ita? Omaha and California Line is the shortest and best route between Chicago and all poTJits in Northern Illinois, Iowa. Dakota Ne braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Ca!i •orais, Oregon, China, Japan and Australia. Its Chicago, St. Fan! & Minneapolis line Is the shortest line between Chicago and an points in Aorthera Wisconsin acd Minnesota, and for Madison, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Buluth, ami all points in the Great Northwest, Pullman JPalacc Drawiu^-Ilooaj Cars are run on all through trains of this roid. This is the ONLY LINK ranninz these c&rs be tween Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis. Close connections are mada at Chicago vrith the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, Michigan C-ctral Baltimore & Ohio, Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne Chicago, Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, fur ail points East and .South-east, and with theCTrucazo and Alton and Illinois Central for all points .youth. Remember, you ask for your tickets via the Chi cago Northwestern Railway, and take none other. For rates or information cot attainable from your home ticket agents, apply to W. H. STENNjFTT, MARVIN HUGHITT Oen. Pa?. *?'t. Chicago den. Mani'rChfrago.