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Bismarck, D.T., Sept. 19,1877.
MASONIC.
The regular communication! of Bismarck Lodg?
Ho 120, A.. F.\ & A.-. M.-. are.held in their hall
on the first and third Mondays of each month at
7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially
invited, W. M. FALCONER, W. M.
GEO. P. FLANSERY, Sec.
I. O. O. F.
The regular meetings of Mandan Lodge No. 12,
I. O. O. F., are held in Mansenic Hall every Tues­
days Brothers in good standing are cordially invi­
ted.
D. W. MARATTA, N. G.
SIG. HANAUER, R. Sec. 1'
RELIGIOUS
SERVICES
At the Presbyterian Church every Suboath morning
at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath evening commen­
cing mt 7j f/cloclkSaboath School immediately after
morning service. Pra er meeting every Thursday
evening. Rev. I. 0. Sloan, Pastor.
Arrival and Departure of Mail*.
On the North Pacific to ani from the east arrive
and depart daily.
Leave for Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Buford
and for the Tongue River posts every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, arriving every Wednesday,
Friday, and Sunday.
Leave for Fort Rice and Standing Rock every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday returning, arrive
every Wednesday, Friday and.
Sunday.
Leave for Deadwood-andothrrtoointa in the Black
Bills Tuesnays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving
In Deadwood in sixty hours.
CIS. »t
WILLIAH A. HOLLEHB1EK,
Official SnrvsyarBuleiKh Couty
Office,
Drug Store, or U. S. Land Office.
7tf
OR. E. W. FUf€H,
Physician 1 Surgeon,
Ofiice at the Capitol Hotel. Prompt attention to
calls in town or country day or night, 13-ly
Fine Cigars at Wholesale and Be*
tail at Hollembaek's Drns Store. 40
Key "West Cigars at
40
Hollomb-yji's.
Boarding.
Sing's Meals 25 cents or board by the
week at $i.50 at
J. F.
Millinery and Dress Making.
Mrs. J. A. Maxwell, formerly of
Sauk Center, Minn., has opened a Mil­
linery and Dress Making Establishment
at Mrs. Carrie Clark's old place on
Third Street. Mrs: Maxwell invites
those wanting anything in her line io
examine her goods and work' confident
that she can please with both. 34m3.
For Sale.
A valuable piece of property—house
and three lots outside of the city limits
—for sale on reasonable terms. Inquire
at this office. 30tf
Star Brewery Beer.
The reason this beer is the best in
the country is because it is made of
rleh Canada malt.
Imported Champaigns
At the St. Louis Liquor Store will be
fouad the genuine Dry Yerzenay, from
Jules Mumm & Co.: also Piper Heidsich
& Co's imported wines.
Notice.
To lot holders in Bismarck:
The undersigned, of record the original
proprietor of Bismarck, in erder to re­
move the cloud upon the title to the lots
held by bona fide occupants, will make
deeds to such occupants for. merely' the
expense of making such deeds.
GEO. W. SWEET.
Bismarck. Sept. TO, 1877. 42TW4
Toilet articles. Fancy Soaps, Combs,
Brushes, &c., at Hollembaek's 40
Mr. A. Pollock has opened a photo­
graph gallery on the 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
Wanted.
"Within thirty days One Hundred
(100) wood choppers at Fort Buford to
cut green cottonwood. Will pay one
dollar and ten cents a cord. Parties
will find winter employment by com­
ing irnramediately.
41-lm LEIGHTON & JORDAN,
Ft. Buford, D. T.
Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Soaps, Ci­
gars, Combs, Brushes, &c., &c. Hol­
lembaek's got 'em all. 40
Congress Water AT HOLLEMBACK'S.
Steamboat Supplies, Rosin, Coal Tar,
Lard Oil, etc. at Hollembaek's
Don't fail to visit the show at Cham
pion Hall on Thursday evening, the 20th
inst.
The Territorial Fair will be held at
Yankton Oct. 3d, 4th and 5th.
Bear in mind that the Fanny Beane
combination advertise what ttiey per­
form and perform what they advertise.
Mrs. Justus Bragg will arrive in a
few days, Mr. Bragg having engaged
rooms for the winter at the Sheridan.
Dont vou forget that every performer
in the Fanny Beane combination are A
1 in their specialties.
Gen. Carlin has ordered a monument
to be placed over the remains of little
.Johnny Humbert.
."Dark and Dreary. Days," a poem, is
respectfully declined The name of the
author did not accompany the lines,
besides oar space is so limited that it:
is almost impossible to use contriba
tions'of this nature.
ipieai
be 14 at flTe crate.
hereafter
^•Jas. Lee found a joke of cattle on
his farm eighteen miles north of
Jamestewn. The will be surrendered
on proof of property and payment of
charges.
Remember that the Fanny Beane
combination give an entertainment in­
structive and pleasing to all, offending
none.
Don't forget to bring in samples of
produce to be sent to the Territorial
fair. Mr. Jackman promises samples
of dent corn, fully ripe, among other
things.
Toung man, you will cheat your girl
out of one of the biggest treats of the
season if you fail to take her to the
Fanny Beane opening on Thursday
eve.
Mr. Bragg has pat in a fall line of
canned goods, bat special, .attention/is
invited to his canned beef tongue,- joist
the thing for a luneh, cannedcorn beef,
devilled ham, Ac.
"Doc's" Tongne river correspondence,'
Mik-Slaughters'address TetA by Honk
W E. Oaton beftre the, TanritOTial.
Deputy Collector of Chitnu.
Geo. G. Thomas has resigned his posi­
tion as. Deputy.Collector
ef
Customs at
Bismarck and Chas., M. {Dustman his
been appointed 'in his ste&d. The "res­
ignation of Mr. Thomas takes effect
Oct. 1st.
There is much inquiry in relation to
Northern Dakota lands of late and tar
pamphlets giving information to them.
Would it not
be
a good idea for the
Northern Pacific railroad company to
aid in the publication of the proper
pamphlet? Why not revive the Bur­
leigh County Pioneer Association and
let them issue a new pamphlet, the R.
R. Co. aiding?
l'earclon's, Main
St., Bismarck. tf.
a
from Sturgis, the situation as seen by
our Yellowstone correspondent, and
the cream of all the matter in the last
three preceding tri-weekiy TRIBUNE'S.
Copies can be had at this office, at the
news stands and of the boys on the
streets. Price for the TRIBUNES, here­
after, five cents.
Frank G. Fallen has taken charge of
Mr. SelleckV merchant tailoring and
clothing establishment, as manager,
and is rapidly baildtng up a reputation
for the hoase that will be of service to
it and to its castooiers.: Mr. Fallen is|.
well known in this city ai a^gefnlleaim
of high character and education, and
though he quit a law ofiice for his pros-,
ent position, he has' had much experi­
ence in that line heretofore, and'seems
well adapted lo his present work.
McLean &.Macmdjr'»'-stock for the
fall and.winter^taderia unusually, full.
Their line ofbats and caps embraces the
latest styles arfd contains many1 -good
things notheretofore.4ofcroduced'inthis
market. Xiadifes' andj gentlemen. Jwill
find something to please as well as fit
in the line of boots and shoes* whi*e:m
carpets and .-house furnishing goods
they meaff to be prepared to-flll every,
demand. Of course their stock of gro­
ceries is immense. 7
The Fanny Been OwnMnattoa.
This troupe which has been giving
entertainments at the Belle Union
Theatre, Deadwood, for some months
past, arrived yesterday, arid will give
entertainments at Champion Ball
Thursday, Ftiday ancI Saturday eve­
nings! These"people are all first-class
actors and have the best actors in New
York, Chicago and~ether eastern cities.
The writer witnessed their performance
in Deadwood a few weeks ago and cfcoes
not hesitate to recommend the Combi­
nation to the'cHi^&s of Bisetorck.
For further particulars ^f'-theit-ger^
formance see posters:-, ]The ttottpVcOp
consists of Chas. Gildajt^t^rai1'.-&iniVen,
Geo, Beane, T. H. Abbptt, Chas. Smith,,
Fanny Beane, Frankle BuM ln
graham, Geo. Howe, O. Bi' Aikeh^ LrT.:
Griffin and S. R. Wolcoti^-^v:
Asa Fisher has fitteduphls building
for a wholesale liquor and Mtepl»rMm,:
and to-day is in voicing'^hairemmhs
of Morris Cabn's stock,jwlnitt he^
close out for him, and
Will
will
hereafter
run the establishment on his own ac­
count, keeping the choicest brands Of
wines, liquors and cigars to be found
in the market. It is well known that
the Mock of Mr. Cahn was a very fine
one, and embraced the very best brands
of goods. What remains of his stock
Mr. Fisher will dispose of, adding to it I
whatever may be needed t« make it and I
keep it complete. He will also carry
smokers' goods of every nature, and, of
course, the best brands of tobaccos,-and
a full line of fine groceries. Of course
the bar in the sample room
wiil
Farming is Burleigh Geunty.
Sept. 19th and no frost, except a
very slight one, doing no damage, in.
the low lands. The rain fall during:
the month of June, July, August and
September has been light, and ye0
crops of every sort have prospered.
Wheat and oats filled to the satigfac
"tionof the tpost sangaiM producer,
and from the writer's om farm over
four hundred Bushels of potatoes hare
been sold that were not planted nntil
the Middle of June. Dent corn fally
ripened and ripe tomatoes produced in
Burleigh county have been in market
sometime. Since July 4th the city and
the steamboats, and, to some extent,
the military posts, have been supplied
with vegetables from the Bismarck
market gardens. And sach vegetables!
As has already been stated,at the Minn.
State fair there were no vegetables to
compare with the samples sent from
Burleigh county. It is oar purpose
now to visit every farm in Burleigh
county during the fall and publish the
facts gained. We desire to give the
date of settlement on the land under
cultivation, the amount of land devo­
ted to corn, wheat, oats, vegetables,
Ac., and the result—the yield per acre
and the prices realized for the surplus
crop. This is a big job we know, but
we propose to undertake it and to ac­
complish it, too.
"r£oratime yet Bismarck will live
and prosper on its army, Indian and
river business, bat sooner or later we
mnt fall back on our fanning interests,
and to tHis interest the
TUBUHE
hereafter pay special attention.
In­
stitute, and several other matteraof
interest alre^y*
Jn type*"'are"v'li')i*u'il,"
crowded out.
will
TVanoflvL"
Chas. Phillips. ^tha-picture man,, left
for Doluth ind Freeport, M.y this
.morning.
\Jadion LaMour arrived from Dead
weod en Monday and left for his home
at Pembina this morning. Mr. La­
Mour was tendered an appointment as
Deputy IT. S. Marshall bat preferred to
return to Pembina. He has'accepted
a pleasant and lucrative position under
Collector Frankenfield, who, together
with Capt. N. E. Nelson, also went east
this morning.
Capt. J. H. Marratta, instead of
another party recently named, com­
mands the K. W. Dugan, and Ward
Bill, of this city, is his efficient clerk.
Capt. Labarge is in the city and will
spend some days at Bismarck.
Chas. C. Q. Smith, of the Trader's
btore'
Standing Rock, arrived last eve-
mn°
O. C. Greene, Supt. of the N.
Later From Stnrgis. Telegraph line, was in the city yester
The weekly TRIBUXE which appears day. Mr. Green says a new schedule
to-morrow, will contain later news of rates will soon
W.
be
issued by his
company and that reductions will be
made from several North Pacific points
Hon. J. B. Crooker and Geo. Huey,
bonanza kings to be, left fer the Black
Hills this morning. They are part
owners of the Fairview lead at Central
City and their quartz mill will follow
iu a few days.
A. Stahlman, who manufactures the
famous St. Paul bottled beer, is in the
31 ty and hereafter calls for St. Paul
lager will not be in vain.
At the Caster Hotel—Bob Maguire, Baltimore
Alex Loyd, flaleaa Jaa llcCannell, Deer Lodge
Wheelir, W Eva* Iff- Knight, it, tonic
rims, John Kelley, J^i cVRonke, John WITVoy,
Nick Ferguson, St Paul, and Jacob Vinkle, Dalntb.
[,
Bivm JtJKWS.
The river is still steadily declining,
having fallen some four finches
•sftice ooblast issue. Freight contin
kea to come in slowlj for up river
points. i-iEhe steamer Big -Hern' is
waiting for the remainder of her Cow
Inland freight and will get away on the
25th.-, She-being the last beat.of .the
season for that point', passengers and
shippers will govern themselves accord
idgly, asjsbe will leave on the arrival
of the train.
The str. Rose Bud* Capt. Nick Bue
son, will leave for Standing Rock on
Satarday, Sept.' 22.
The Government steamer Sherman
arrived from Standing. Rock on Monday
and is awaiting further orders.
The following boats are now in port
awaiting' trips: Gen. Sherman, Big
Horn, R. W. Dugan, Rese Bud, Penin«
ah, and Gen. Caster.
The steamer Silve-r City is due from
above.""
By arrival of a macinac from Benton
we learn that the Silver City had been
aground for five days at Spread Eagle
Bar. The macmae:met the Fontenelle
below Peck and the Benton and Gen.
lli&Ml/at Knife river.
Ujthe {Alex. Kendall is also due from
the Yellowstone, she having started
.ifr.ith a trip from Glendive to Wolf
Rapids, after which she would come
y$at of the river, that stream being too
'low for business. All freight for Posts
No. 1 and 2 now being forwarded by ox
train irom Buford.
We are pleased to note the return of
Capt. J. W. Maraita, who has been ab­
sent several days-on a trip to St. Paul
A. Djiee, clerk of the Rose Bod,
W. T. Evans, Jr., clerk of the Big
Horn, A If. McCaskey, pilot, and Louis
Miller, Stewart of tne Rose Bud, will
leave to morrow on an excursion to
Fargo, returning on Friday.
Gold 3 i-SL
be sup-
plied with all the good things to be had
in any maikct. We cannot resist the
temptation to say th*t Asa Fisher's
personal popularity is a strong card for
his own business or for those whe
choose him to represent them.
Asst Secretary of the Interior Bell has
resigned. It is well.
W. H. Heradon, Lincoln's law,partner,
attempted suicide a few days ago by the
use of laudanum.
Senator Spencer was married in Chi­
cago a .few days age to a Chicago actress,
Miss Eva Hanez and the happy pair at
once left for Deadwood.
A. B. W1LLEY, ... nana?**'
J**
The lugot and beat Hotel la Dakota Territory
COR. MAIN AND FIFTH: STREETS,
4C BISBEARCK, T.
1877. EsTABLHjpsr 1872
COMPLIMENTS OF
James A. Emmons, Winn and. Liquor
Merchant, Bismarck* IK. T.
DiitaneMiiai
BY the Pilots of the Steamer BOM
Bod, team. Tort BnCord.
Vonytb BlaSa, 13
Old Vort (Gilbert 14
Key Weafc Point,
4
Stanley Shoals, 12
Seven SiatenP Islandj, 6
Diamond Idaad, 10
Smlly's Crossing, 5
Alone Rapid*, 10
Crittenden's Island, 8
Lay
ton's Blnff, 4
Krana Creek, 1
Conlson's Bapids, 10
oal Bank Bluff, 4
Bryant's Bntte,.„ 8
Slendire, IT
Miles Bapids It
Killers' Island
Kd?er)y's Island,
Mathews'
Cottonwood Creek,
Bed Bluff,
Hanroe's Bapids
Perkins*" Bapids,
Cobin Creek,
Walker's Island, ... ...... ..... ..
Bote Bad Prairie,
Townsend's Bapids,...
Cedar Creek
Mountain, Ekaep Blaff,
OVallenCfeek,
McCnen's Bc^idj
Jacobs
Crosleys* ....
Wolf
Sheridan's BaSte,
Powder-Ririr
BaierVBapids,
Deril's Back BOM,
Buffalo Bapids^
Sunday Creek
B^ynold'aIsland„.
MiU*
Tongve Bivtr,
Fort Keough,.
Keoughs* Island,
Kellogg's Creek,. ........
Beateen's Island
Glendale Prairie, 6
8apply Point, 6
Hawk's Nest, 4
Custer's Bluff,.... ..- 2
Cedar 6
Deer Island, 1
Band.Creek
Month 2?ose Bad 5
Ash Creek, 8
Little Porcupine, 5
Trading Post Prairie...... 6
Pyramid Butte 1
Castle Bntte, 12
Avenue Island, 9
Big Porcupine 6
Alkali Bluff, 1
Brisbin's Island, 1
Euphy, 2
Palisades 1
Rose Bud Island 2
Froze to Death Creek, 3
Taylor's Wood Yard, 2
Grand Prairie, 1
Alkili Creek 4
Buffalo Bend, 9
Earle's Bapids, 6
Old Port Sarpy, -. 5
Etcheta, ,*'5 416
Mouth Big Horn ^5 421
Grand View Bluff, 5 426
Terry's Ldo, 1 427
Big Horn City, 1 428
Cape Horn, 3- 431
Narrows, 17 448
Pompey's Pillow, 1®-' 460
Iiittle Giant Bapids, 15 475
Pryort Creek
Wines, Liquora ana Cigars
Always on hand and aa unnsaall Fall Line-of
STATIONERY
NOTIONS, 4c.
Mais Street, Bismarck, D. T.
Cor. 5th & Meigs
WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
and all kinds' of Wood-work
44-12
--rJlW matt HljtMlttS
^iVSZSSZZSSiS.
MM nmwn I—
Sam Lung,
CHINESE LAUNDRY,
4th street, Bismarck
Gentlemen's Washing*
(Done nt
LOW PRICES.
TTF.TTT.T & VonBESTENBOSTEL
(Successors to Chris HeWi,)
KING OF BARBERS,
Next door to Peoples Supply Store, Bismarck, D. T,
A first-class shaving ha'l where none but tha arost
competent workmen are employed.
HOT AND COLD BATHS,
Ladies Htir Pressing, kc.
S. Sunderland & Co.,
TAXIDERMISTS.
Fourth St. rear Eisenberss's store
BISMARCK, D. T.
Deer and other heads pat np in the beat style.
Taming in wooA and iron, cabinet —king.
Upholsterh^,
Chain, faangti kc., apbatatcnAoa sboit
s/i-t,!. U'M
8 ^199
6 905
222
225
929
231
sstr
961
264
266
270
274
278
287-
2
299!
5 294
6 W
6 "*"8CS
4 810
312
318
819
322
827
335
340
346
347
359
36?
374
375
376
378
379
381
3S4
336
3S7
391
400
406
411
8 483
Bakers'Battle Ground 8- 486
Hell Gate, 7. 493
Josephine Point .' 504
33TABLI9HED 1872. REBUILT 1877.
THE PflMENIXED
PIONEER DRUa STORE.
DUNN tr CO.,
Wholesale and retail
I S S
Having been re-built is BOW receiving a full lte«.-of
DRUGS & TOILET ARTICLES
of aU kiads, together with Paints, Oils, VarnUkes,
Ao., and everything usually kept in a well regula
teckestablishment of this kiad. Am immense stock of
66
'•i
promptly attended to-fcl
neatly executed.
ASTHMA
41
saas
BOIIM.
VarnitarcrvrafaWied. Bpedal attaHaa to npalr
h(tfew)4^Ki|tin. 17
Having now fairly established Tny Wholesale and Retail
Clothing Mouse, I cum proud to. say I luvve the Largest
and nicest establishment of the sort west of St Paul.
My stock represents many thousands o/ dollars, and my
resources are such as to enable me to always carry the
largest and best assorted stock of
®©-CLOTHING,
Genfs Furnishing Goods, Sots and Caps in Bismarck.
I am bound to be the Boss Clothier of Bismarck, or any­
where else in the upper country. I desire my name to be
known, and my Goods to be seen, wherever there may be a
habitation on the ^Missouri, the Yellowstone, or in the Black
Por:methere,esbts ^Opposition.
Competitor* may swarm around me, and off vr their
goods ai post or l€ssr,stU} I can- beat them. I can sell for
less than they, and still make a lrrinff profit.
My patrons will 5# convinced of the truth of all I say
iffiep Tfefflffoem bfthe great advantages I possess, chief
ofwhickis tlie'following: My establishment is a branch
of the great and extensive Clothing House of
Hanauer, Lichtenauer & Co.,
of St. Paul, Minn. Every stitch of Clothing I have is
Made by Ourselves. We are manufacturers, and pay no
intermediate profit, consequently my customers obtain
their goods from First Hands. They pay me a small profit
from original cost, and they buy goods from me at Lower
Prices than from any other house west of St. Paul.
I make these offers to obtain the Whole Clothing Trade, to
which I consider myself fairly entitled. By fair and
square dealing, by selling honest goods at Eock Bottom
Prices, I hope to obtain hosts of friends and steady cus­
tomers, and prove myself a living benefit to the purchas­
ing public,, who are respectfully invited to call on me
before buying anywhere else.
St. Paul Branch Clothing Kpuse
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE GOODS
We have just received our
jum
comprising the Finest and Latest, Styles of goods ever
shown in the Western coamtry.
Fine Clothing,
Gents' Furnisnj®^ Goods,
Boots and Shoes,.
Traveling: Bags, &c,
our MwTOf l^ivetl as in Variety' -Qualify, ffidkbhip 'of
Goods 'and Prices. We donot say too much by assert­
ing ihdt pur Fine Clothing is equal to anything ma&e to
orde^iit 'LiTdji^ Trimming and Fit.
Come and see our stQck before you buy, as we believe
you cannofbuy as cheap, and we knmv you cannot get
betterg6b&sfariijw}ie*&else.
State Allotment
OF
$67.925in prizes!
Is
4-prlie -.. .......(15,000
1 prize of... 8,000
1 prize of. 8,000
1 prise of'.. 2,560
1 prize of 2,5(0
1889 other prises amounting to........ 44,925
Whole Ticket*, 81.00: SO "Wliole
Tickets for 145 lOO Tiekets 990.
Chartered ffor' Educational Institutions. Under
Charter no postponement can eTer occur. All
prizes paid in fall. Official list of drawn numbers
published la N. Y. Herald, N: T, San, and Louis­
ville Courier Journal.
Circulars containing full particulars free
Address
SIMMONS & DICKINSON,
Manager's Office, 72 8d 8t„ Loaisrille, Ky.
fr-Bbnllar Allotments |on the 15th mod last days
of every month during the year. 48-w4
WELCH'S HOTEL,
DEABHrOOD, T.
Fir st-clasi in every particular Kew and elwantly
fumisbeiU.'
™r?fnft?'H
r-
COME .A:"N"D SEE
UNDER
STATE MANAGEMENT
And in daviy operation orer 37 jears.
$15,000$
|F0R
$1$
TITES., OCT. 16tta 9c 27th, 1897.
KENTUCKY"
SIG. BABTAUEXl,
Prop'r St. Paul Branch Clothing House.
OflTUluIj Omlk* Ifctel bitke CKj. "*f iftimceT
OSTLAND'S
STABLE,
Cor. Fiftli and Main Sts.
Buggies and. Saddle Horses for hiro bj the daw or
hoar at reasonable rates.
My Buggiea and Harness are new anitf the best
manufacture and styie, and our Stock good. Parties
wishing teaaw-for any distant point can be aecommo
dated at fair sates.
My Stable is large and airy, and accommodation*
or isoardiiK stock the best in the countrv. 39-Sm
B.C.A8B,
BISMARCK, T.
First-elass Rigs, with or with­
out Drivers, at reasonable rates.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES.
Win. KEH.Y,
SHOEMAKER,
•ft gtwt, Wawaitl^ T. Opjiwalte
"Caster Bbatal^
lk*wtfcfargii|i«'
lag fiMfr ieiHHf
4
'm
7
:i
$
A
9
a
»spiriaity. Bapair*
Orders rem abroad
^2^
nWdng tbe e«wty|d wtti neocds ef wood, lobe
E. WELCH *CO.T Propr"a»
PSASE, Manacw% tQVKMT MACHMB.

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