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A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED
TRI-WREEIiT AND WEEKLY BY
THE ItlSMABCK TBIBXJNE CO.,
Bismarck, Dakota Territory.
El'BSCBIPTIOS PBICK:
Tri-Weekly, One Year »5 00
8ix Months 3 00
Three Months 1 75
Weekly, One Year 2 CO
8i* Months 1 25
Three Months
Bismarck Business Directory.
Orders from Abroad Promptly At­
tended to by all Bismaicb
mere ban IN.
GENERAL SUPPLIES, DRY
GOODS, CLOTHING'4rC.
ff, RAYMOND CO.—Bank of Bismarck, and
holesale and Retail Dealers In Groceries, Pro­
visions, Steamboat Supplies, House Famishing
Good*. Ac. Exchange bought and sold, collections,
2c« Cor Main and 4th Streets.
CLEAN MACN1DBR—Wholesale and Retail
dealers in General and Steamboat Supplies,
jbraciDg Groceries, Provisions, Ac. Dry Goods,
CUothing, House Furnishing Goods, Ac. Main St,
Between 8d and 4th.
P. 8LATTERY—Groceries and ProTisions
.Tobacco, Cigars, Ac. Fine Old Bouborn at
olesale prises. Corner 8d and Meigs St.
$?'
Who
PARKIN
A WHALEN—General Commission Mer­
chants. Dealers in Groceries, Grain, Provision,
and Produce. Main St Opposite Tribune Block.
rOHIT
YEGIN
A
JDealers
DAN
CO.—City Bakery, Confectionery
and Fresh Fruit. Miin St bet 4th and Fifth.
W. WATSON
A
BRO—Wholesale and Retail
in Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, etc.,
embracing an entire line of General .Merchandise.
Main and 5th St.
EI3ENBERG—Dry Goods, Gent's and La­
dies Furnishing Goods, Notions,
Main and 4th Streets.
SIG
WH.
WM.
NDUNKELBERG,
&e.
Corner
nANAUER—St. Paul Branch ofHanauer &
Lichtenauer & Co., Wholelale and Retail Cloth­
ing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c. Main Street,
opposite Tribune Block.
STIMP30N—Bonks, Stationery, General
News Agency, Confectionery, Fresh Fruits,
Ac. Main Street, nest dor to Capitol Hotel.
SELLECK—Merchant Tailor, Clothing, Gent's
£5. Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Ac.
Slain Street, Tribune Block.
WM.
GLITSCHKA— Groceries and Provisions,
Flour, Feed, Ac Agent for Minneapolis Soap
Main Street, opposite po3t office.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, 2rC.
A. H0LLEMBAEK—Druggist, Stationer,
Tonics, Liquors and Cigars, Toilett Articles.
Fine Cutlery, Paints, Ac. Main St, near corner 4th.
DUNN
A CO.—Pioneer Drug Store—Drugs, Paints
Oils, Tarnishes, Glass, Toilet Articles, Station­
ary, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ac. Main St between
Fourth and Fifth.
HARDWARE.
DMiners'
I. AILEY A CO.—Heavy and Sheif Hardware,
Tools, Manufacturers of Copper and
Tinware, Ac. Main Street, bet 4th and 5th.
KC.
SEIP A CO. Hardware, Stoves, Miners'
Tools, Dealers and Manufacturers of Tin and
Copper Ware, Ac. Corner 31ain and 3d Sts.
BOOTS dr SHOES.
JH.
MARSHALL—Manufacturer and dealer in
Boots and Shoes. Full line of Gloves, Hosiery,
Trunks and Valises.
LUMBER, SrC.
8. WEAVER A CO.—Lumber, Lath. Doors,
Glazed Sash, Building Paper, Ac,
Lath, Lumber, Doors. Gla-
xed Sash, Building Paper. Naiis, Trimmings,
c., Ac.
JEWELRY, CLOCKS, OrC.
13*
L. STRAUSS A BRO—Jewelers, Dealers in
Clocks, Watches, Silverware, Spectacles, Ac.
Main St., opposite Tribune Block.
WHOLESALE LIQUORS, GrC.
JandWAKEMAN—Wholesa
D. le and Retail Liquors
Cigar3 Imported Goods, including fine
Liquors, and Ales, Havanna Cigars, Ac. Main St.,
near Capitol Hotel.
A. EMMONS—Wholesale Liquors and Cigars,
Fine Imported Ales. Main St, bet. 3d aad 4th.
BREWERIES.
JurcrWAKEMAN—Star
D. Brewery, Manufact
Aje.«. Lager, Ac. Gocds warranted to
pre satisfaction.
KManufacturers
ALBEP.ER A WALTER—Bismarck Brewery,
of Ale and Beer, First-class
goods and reasonable prices.
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
O,
H. SEAL—Dealer in Fire Arms and Ammuni
tion. Special attention to Repairing. Main
St., bet. "2d and 3
J.
REAL, ST ATE.
Jproperty
W. FISHER—Real Estate, Improved town
for sale or rent. Outside property in
from one to fire acre lets.
GN.
P. FLANN E RY— i.ocal Agent and Att'y for
P. E. R. Co., and Lake Superior or A.Pu
get Sound Co.
CONTRACTORS d- BUILDERS.
c,
S. WEAVER A CO.—Contractors and Bui'd
ers. Material ef every kind on hand.
"ENRY DION A CO.—Carpenters and Builders.
Contract work a specialty.
SEWING MACHINES
JW.
FISHER, Dealer—All kinds machines for
sale or rent. Needles, Attachments of all
kinds, oil, Ac., kc. Coi• 3d and Sleig3 sts.
deposits-
3ANILERS.
CO.—Bank of Bismarck. Exchange
cd soid. Interest aliowed on time
IkAYMOND:
bought
LAWYERS.
SSTOYELL
A CARL AND—Attorneys at Law, 4th
St John A. Stoyell, County Attorney.
"*HOS VAN ETTEN—Attorney at Law and United
States Commissioner.
REST0N
Gr
PHYSICIANS' &• SURGEONS.
DOCTOR
H. R. PORTER—Office next to Tribune
Building. .Residence: .Sheridan House.
BOffice
F. SLAUGHTER—U. S. Examining fSurgeon.
at Dunn's Drug Store.
WM.
A. BENTLEY—Physician A Surgeen, of­
fice for the present at room 45, Sheridan
House. Calls left at the office promptly attended to.
DENTIST.
T. BIGELOW, S—Office opposite Camp
Hancock.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
MBS.
0. S. GOFF—Agent for Pianos and Organs,
Bismarck, Dakota. 16-tf
BIBLE REPOSITORY.
IBLES at cost or to givs away. Cor. Sd and
Meigs Sts.
Bibles on sale at P. O. Book Store. 54
LIVERY STABLES.
-g ASH—Thayer St. Between 4th and 5th.
~OHN OSTLAND—Corner Main and 6th streets
TRANSPORTATION.
COULSON
LINE—Steamers to!and from all points
on the Missouri Rirer. For Freight or Passage
apply to D. W. Maratta, Agent, Bismarck, D. T.
Connects at Fort Benton with Freight and Stage
Lines for all points in Montana.
NORTHWESTERN
STAGE A EXPRESS—DAILY
Stage and Express. Bismarck to Deadwood and
return.
PEOPLES
A RUSH—Tri weekly Stage and Express
Bismarck to Ft Buford. Conaects with mails
for Tongue River.
CHASStanding
KUPITZ—Tri Weekly sum to Fort Rice
and Rock. Connects, with stages for
Randall and points below.
BENTON
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY—Reg­
ular line of steamers between Bismarck and Fort
Bentoa, connecting with Mage and freight lines at
Benton fbr all pqln^jn ^Montana.
1
'ypTEtff.'
SHERIDAN
HOUSE—A. B. WU'«
The large* and be# hatel ia Dakoih Isrr'tory.
Cor. Main and 6th tfa, Bismarck, D. T.
jyjERCHANTS HOTEL—Cower Main and 3d Sta.
Griffln, Proprietor.
OAPITOL HOTEL—0. A. King Proprietor, Main
Uf
Street between 3d aad 4th
£JUSTER HOTEL—Thoa McGowan {Proprietor.
Fifth Street near Main.|
^yESTERN HOTEL—Maloy Bros. Main street
opposite depot.
RS. P. KELLY—Restaurant. Third street.
JpORSTER'S RESTAURANT AND HOTEL—Main
Street nearly opposite depot.
BARBERS,
HEHLI
A Von BESTENBOSTEL—King of Bar­
bers. A First class Shaving Hall where none
but the most competent workmen are employed.
Next door tn Peoples Supply Store.
SAMPLE ROOMS, drC.
MIXNE-HA-HA—Fine
imported Liquors and
Cigars, Bottled Milwaukee Lager by the glass,
bottle or case. Smokers Goods, Tobacco, Ac. 2d
door above Merchants Hotel.
BR033EAU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars, at the
old stand, 5th street.
LUMMER'3
SALOON—Choice "iVine*. Liquors
and Cigars. Main street op. Camp Hancock.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SUNDEIiLAXD A CO.—Taxidermist, Turning in
Wood and Iron, Cabinet Making, Upholstering,
"IT OE DEITRICH—Omnibus Line. Leaves Bis
marck for Ft Lincoln at 3 a and 2:10 m.
Returning leaves Lincoln at 10 a ra and 3:30 m.
CHAS-
THOMPSON—City Engineer. Those who
want lots surveyed and boundaries established
will be accommodated. Office, U. S. Land Office.
NDealers
EYENS A BOSTWICK—Manu facturers and
in Harness, Saddless, Ac, Full line of
Whips, Bells, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Ac.
St. I'll ill Business Directory.
(Chas. P. Peabody. Maurice Lyon*. W. L. Perkins.)
Pers
EABODY, LYONS A CO.—Importers and Deal­
in Fice Wine* and Liquors, Old Bourbon
and Rye Whiskies, California Wines and Brandies,
Scotch Ale, Dublin and London Parser.
CRAIG
2fn.
90
East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn. 5~5
A LARKIN—Importers and dealers in
Crockery, French China, Glassware, Lamps,
Looking Glasses, and House Furnishing Goods.
East Third Street. St. Paul. Minn.
pA^PBELL, BURBANK A CO., Manufacturers
and Jobbers of Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Goods, No. S9 East Third Street, St. Paul. Minn.
MATHES,and
D.
CHAS,
GOOD A SCHURMEIER, Merchant
Tailors, dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods,
No. 8*2 Jackson Street, St. Paul, Minn. Suits made
the most fashionable tyle. at short notice.
C. C0E—Manufacturer of Shirts and Under­
wear. 27 W. Third Street, St. Paul. 23-6m
F. PUSH—Merchant Tailor, and dealer In
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Cor. Ninth and St.
Seter Sts., St, Paul. Military Uniforms Made a
Specialty. 4S-6m
Minneapolis Business Director}.
CLARK
HOUSE—Corner Fourth Street and Hen­
nepin Ave., two Blocks from the Academy of
Music. Only first class Two Dollar House, New,
elegantly furnished, and situated in the finest por
tion of the City.
4:th Street Bakery
FOFBTH STREET,
BISMARCK, D. T.
Bread, Pies, Cakes and Confectionery.
LUNCHES A SPECIALTY!!
Patronage respectfully solicited.
36-3m LEO CORKICK.
T. S. WHITE, LANE K. STONE, H. W. STONE.
White, Stone & Co.,
JOBBERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY
AND
PAPER,
53
A WILLIAMS—(D. O Preston, A
Williams) Main Street.
EO FLANNERY— (City Attorney) West
Main Street
& 55
£ast Third St., St. Paul
Mail Orders receive prompt attention and prices
guaranteed to be the lowest in the West.
GEO. PEOPLES.
RISE
MIKE RUSH
AliCK and
FT- SUFOIS,®
MAIL MD EXPRESS USE!
Leaves Bismarck for Forts Stevenson, Berthold
and Buford every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at S a. m., arriving at Buford at 4 p. m.
Returning leaves Buford every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at S a. m.,arriving at Bismarck at- 4p.
m. on Wednesday's, Friday's and Sunday's.
Special Dispatches Forwarded at
Short Notice within the Shortest
Possible Time for the Military Au­
thorities or Others.
For Freight or Pas si j. apply to
PEOPLES &EUSH,
Bismarck, 5. T.
Wra. J. WATT,
FIRE Ac LIFE
INSURANCE AGENT, Apply to
5!»"m
Bismarck, D. 48tf.
VOL. 5. BISMARCK, D. T., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1877. .NO. 67.
HOTELS.
Merchant's Hotel,
Cor. Main and. Third. St.*
Bismarck, I). T.
L. N. GRIFFIN,
Proprietor.
Bail
ding new and commodious, rooms large, com­
fortable and tastily furnished. First class in every
particular. Bills reasonable. 3-27tf
CAPITOL HOTEL,
Chester A. King,
PROPRIETOR.
Main Street, Bismarck, P. T.
'i
First Class Hotel in every
Particular.
Ort.14.lS75.
CUSTER HOTEL
THOS. MCGOWAN, Proprietor.
Fifth St. near Main,
BISMARCK, D. T.
This house is a large three story building, entirely
new, well lighted and heated, situated only a few
rods from the depot. Biver men railroad men,
miners and army people will find first class accom­
modations at reasonable prices. 5-7
Western House,
BSdlloy Brothers,
Prcprietrs,
Main Street, BISMARCK, D. T.
This Hotel is New, well furnished, and the tables
supplied with the best the market affords.
PjJceiteeaschable.
FORSTER'S
O E
a a
Front Street, Opp. E. R. Depot.
The Oldest and only First Class
Restaurant in Bismarck.
Give me a call and I will Guarantee
Satisfaction.
J". IP. Forster.
Wm. KE H1H1Y,
SHOEMAKER,
6th. Street, Bisatar^kJ), T. Opposite
Custer Hotel,
line werk for gents or l?.di a specialty. Repair­
ing quickly and aeatly d«n*. Orders frrat abread
will receive prompt attention. ml5r3K
F. JAY EATNES,
Portrait and Landscape
O O A E
Moorehead, TNLina.
Publiraer of
NORTHERN PACIFIC VIEWS.
Catalogue on application. 5
U. S. Mail and Express.
On
2nd
after Tuesday, Ac?ust Kth, 1S77, I will
take Passengers and Mail through from
Eisnarck to -S'tamling Rock in
ONE
thus avoiding any change or delay. Patrons ca
purchase Tickets and leave all Express matter fo
Fort Rice. .Standing Roc'i, and all down river point
at the United States Express Office, opposite pos
o2ce. R. A. Walker, Agent.
Stages will start promptly at seven (7) o'clock a.
m. from the United States Express office. Tickets
and Express matter ihouid be arranged the previ­
ous day. CHARLES KUPITZ. Manager.
Wreck of U. S. Steamer J. Don­
ald Cameron" for Sale.
QCABTKBMASTER'S OFPICK,
W
SIOUX CUT, OWA, October 6, 1877.
ILL be sold at Public Auction, in this city at 2
o'clock P. II., November 17, 1S77, the wreck
of the U. S. Steamer "J. DCSALD CAXEROS," in
clading boilers and machinery, together with all
public property contained therein, and reserving
from sale any private property recovered there­
from, the same being subject to the rules of salvage.
The wreck lies partly visible near the right bank
of the Missouri river, forty miles below Sioux City.
Terms of the sale cash. For farther information
applv to the undersigned.
WM. B. HUGHES, Major and Q. M., U. S. A.
JOHN MASON,
Sample Room and Billiard Hall.
Choice Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Constantly on
Hand.
At the Old Stand, Moorhead, Miaa.
Wood~r^[email protected]
200 COEDS SEASONED WOOD
At Sa.OO per Cord, Delivered.
GEO. PEOPLES.
TELEGRAPH.
Spteial to the BUmarck Tnbunt.
ST. PAUL, NOV. 9.
MINNESOTA'S BIG MAJORITY.
Returns to date increase the Republi­
can majority to 15,000—Good enough for
a State that heartily endorsed Hayes.
A CLEAJC SWEEP.
The Democrats have carried every­
thing in Pennsylvania by 4,000 to 9,000
majority.
ARMY BILL.
The House yesterday, debated the ar­
my appropriation bill. A number of
members, mostly Democrats, favored the
reduction ef the army. It is believed,
however, the present bill without chang­
ing the present authorized number.
THE POLITICAL CRISIS
is culminating in Paris. The Chamber
will reject the deputies elected by gov­
ernment pressure upon electors, where­
upon MacMahon's supporters will retire
and the Senate consenting MacMahon's
supporters will again be prorogued and a
state of siege proclaimed.
FIVE HUNDRED DESERTERS
from Plevna report that Osman Pasha
must shortly surrender cr attempt a sor­
tie.
EXILE.
Four hundred of the principal inhabi­
tants of Bulgaria, including Gestroff and
family, have been sentenced to exile in
Asia Minor,
Turkish officers at Kars unanimously
voted to reject the Russian demand of
surrender and to defend
THE CITY TO THE LAST EXTREMITY,
The Turkish Cabinet is considering
the question of peace but those favoriog
negotiations fear being accused of secret
dealing with Russia. Rumor says forty
of ex-Sultan Murad's followers have been
strangled for conspiring to reinstate him,
and Murad and his mother have been
warned that it may be necessary to re­
move them to a greater distance from the
Capital.
s. B.
An Ottawa telegram says there is no
foundation for the report that the Cana­
dian government has given a reservation
to the Sitting Bull band at Red Deer riv­
er or anywhere else.
Jules Grevy, Republican leader, was
elected President of the French Chamber
Deputees by two hundred arid ninety
nine to one hundred and fifty-nine
The Sioux Treaty Invalid
Judge Bennett, of the district court in
Deadwood, in a recent land case has de­
cided that the Sioux treaty of 1S68 was
invalid because it was not ratified by both
Houses of Congress, and conseqeuently
that there was no reservation of the Black
Hills to the exclusion of settlers, That
was the only treaty to which Sitting Bull
ever assented.
How Boll Ingarsoll was Made an In
SdeL
Utica Her8ld.
The family were at" breakfast one day
when the son, a mere lad, was seized
with a fit of coughing. His father told
him to stop. The boy either could not
or would not. At any rate, he did not.
The father took hhn »ut to the carriage
house and whipped him severely. The
punishment couidr be heard iH the house.
The preacher parent whipped till he was
tired, probably, r„nd then ceased fbr pray­
er. The praying, 'ike the whipping,
could be heard by the family. After pray­
ing awhiie, whipping was resumed.. Then
more prayer., Then more whpping. And
thus prayer and the strap alternated for
a considerable time. Meanwhile Mrs.
Ingei%oil was crying, and none of the
household could continue the meal,
Saadines ai the Cit$ Meat Market
Trv them. 6713
OUR STEAMBOAT VISITS.
Tks Arrivals and Departures forthe
Season of '77—Ons Hundred and
Forty-five of Each.--Porty-one Dif­
ferent Boats in and out—A Show­
ing tlaat Indicates Business.
We givs below a complete record ol
the arrivals and departure* of the
steamboats at this lauding during the
season of 1877, beginning April 18th
and closing Nov. 5th. Our table gives
the name of the steamer, the point ar­
rived from date of arrival and the date
of departure and point hound for. The
Josephine was the first boat to arrive,
and the Rosebud the last to leave.
There have been forty»one different
steamers at the landing, and the num­
ber of arrivals, 145 departures one
less, as tbe Custer went into winter
quarters on tbe west side, and therefore
didn'tdepart. These boats have always
come and departed loaded, and from
that little fact may be inferred the ex­
tent and importance of our steamboat
trade:
ARBITALS. rarumis.
Josephine, YankUn, April IS, Ft Lincoln, Apr. 19
Ft Lincoln,
Nellie Peck, Yankton,
Benton,
Yellowstone,
Key West,
Nellie Peck, Buford,
Far West, Yankton,
Fanchon, St Louis,
oT. PAUL, !NOV. 12. Benton, Ft Benton, 15, Ft Benton
•rap iD\rv i»rr TA.nAv Ashland, St Louis, li, Ft Lincoin
THE ARMY BILL TO-DAY. Ft Lincoln, 19, Tongue Kiver do
The House Committee of the whole re- Katie Kountz, 6't Loai.-, lit, Ft Be.i:on do 19
amendments found to be inconsistent re-
quiring time for straierhtins and the!
It Will probably pass the house
action.
to-day or to-morrow. Among the amend­
ments likely to remain is the one to re­
duce the'officers to lineal rank and pay and
limit the number to twenty thousand
with four cavalry regiments for Mexican
frontier service to be filled to twelve hun­
dred each.
A MINE SEIZURE AT CESTR \L CITY.
Thursday last the employees at Keefs
mine, near Central City, on account of
contractor Conlin owing .them twenty
five hundred dollars seize 4the mine re­
sisted the sheriff successfully and refused
compromise of any kind except a tull and
complete settlement of their claims.
They are securely fortified and well arm­
ed, provisioned for a month and have the
sympathy of the people. At six o'clock
on Saturday evening they still held the
mine.
19,
To
ague
Peck,
•U,
23.
29, Yankton,
80, Yellowstone, Jtfay 3
May 3, Fort Lincoln,
3, Fort Benton,
4, Yellowstone,
Fanchon, Ft Lincoln,
Peninah, Yankton,
Jno Chambers, St L,
G^n Meade, Yankton,
Western, Yankton,
E W Dugan, StLouis,
Florence Meyer
Kate Kinney,
Arkansas,
S, Yankton,
8, Tongue Kiver
9, Ft Bmton
.30, Big Horn
13, Ft Lincoln
14, Ft Bentoa
^ninah, Ft Benton 27,
..
9
10
.. j.,
do 17
do 15
do 17
Yellowstone
I3
Florence Meyer, Ft L'c'n 16, Big Horn
IS
do 16
do 20
do 20
do IS
Denver, St Joe, 10, FtLincolh
Tidal Wave, 19, Tongue River do 22
ported the army appropriation bill with F!»tcher, 23, Ft Lincoln do 25
Fs?Cu
ffc Ton^eKver tdo'lo
E Kantin, 26, Big iiom May 30
tt ,. Silver City 2S, Ft Benton Jane 3
House, therefore adjourned without final
a Fleteher.Ft Lincoln 27, Yellowstone May 27
Ft
Benton do 31
Savanna & barges St L," To:gue June 2
•Jnoll Chambers,Yank'n," 29, Yellowstone do 10
Josephine, Tongue R, 31, Ft Benton ko
Yellowstone, Pt Benton, 29, Standing May 30
Jleliie Peck, Yankton, June 1, Buford Jane
Yellowstone St'n'g Rook,"
6 en Meade, Tongne R,
Far West,
Westerh, Ft Benton,
Gen Caster, St Louis,
Bed Cloud,
Nellie Peck, Ft Buford
Fanchon, Yellowstone.
Yankton
3, Tongua
5, Buford
5, Tongae E
6, Benton
S, do
do 9
do 12
do 1-5
do 15
do 7
do 9
•lo 11
do 24
da It!
do 13
do 21
do li
do 20
do 23
do 23
do 25
do 26
do 29
12,
Buford
1
14, Tongue E
15, Yankton
15, Big Horn
17, Buford
17, Benton
20, do
20, Buford
21, Yellowstone
22, Buford
24, Tongue
Peck, Ft Buferd,
Arkansas, Tongue River,
Key West, Ft Benton,
Fannie Tatam, St Louis
Fontenelle, Yankton
Gen Meade, Ft Buford
W Dugan, Big Horn
Jfeliie Peck, Fort Buford
Far West, do
Gen Sherman,
St
Louis 24, do
Florence Meyer, Big H'n 24, Big Horn
E Durfee, St Louis S3. Benton
Victor barges, St. 28, Tongue
Weaver do do ?6, po
Silver City, Ft Benton 23, Benton
Red Cloud* 2», do
Silver Lakt, St Louis 29, Tongue
Bosebud, do 29, Big ilora
Juiy 8
Jane 26
do 30
do 30
July 1
do 1
Jane 30
July 1
do 1
do 1
do 6
do 4
do 7
do 17
do 6
do 6
do 12
do 9
do 11
do 10
do 25
do 12
do 12
do 15
Peck, Yankton 30, Yankton
Kountz,Ft Benton,
Jnly 1, jSt Louis
Josephine do 1, Benfn
Western. Tongue river 2, Yellowstone
Fenton, Ft Bentoa 3, Benton
Kate Kinney, do 3, Standing
Tiger, St Louis 4, Big Horn
Big Horn, St Louis 4, do
Ashland, Tongue rirer 5, Yellowstona
iZesebad, Big Horn
7,
Tongue
Chambors, YelloV.'e" 9, Yankton
Nellie Peck, Buford "8, do
W Dugan, Yellowst'e 10, Lincoln
Fletcher, do 11, do
Gen Meade, Buford 11, Yellowstone
Fletcher, Lincoln 12, do
Alex Kendall, St Louis 13, Tongue
Gen Custer, Benton 13, do
Bod Clond, do IS, Benton
E Durfee do 15, do
Kate Kinney,St'st Rocx lit, Tonga?
Fannie Tatum. Bentoa 20, St Xoais
Western, Yellowstone 2t, Yeilowstons
Tidal Wave, Tongue 24, St Lowi
Wearer, do 25, do
W Dugan, Ft Linsoln 2d, Tongae
Josephine, Benton 2 •, do
Jiilvar Cit/, Tongue 27, do
Benton, Ft Benton 27. Benton
Fontenelle, do 23, Bow Island
Silver
Lake, Yankton 23, Yaakton
Far West, Yellowstone
W Dugan, Lincola do 14, Lincoln
Gen Sherman, Chey'n'e do 16, Tongae
Jo3ephine, Tongue riv
savanna, & barges, do
Far West,. do
Benton, Ft Benton
31!
i'J,
Cheyenne
Florence Meyer, B»g H'n"
3-J,
fit Louis
Arkansas, Tongne K, Aug I, du
Fanchon, Yellowstone Tjngaa li
Far West, Cheyenne 2, do
Gen Meade, Yellowst'e 3, Bentoa
Ashland, do "4, St Louis.
Kate Kinney, Buford 4, do
Bad Cloud, Bentoa 7. do
«en Sherman, Yellost'e 7, Cheyenne
3 Fletcher, do do 7, St Lou'u
Peninah, Tongae Riv«r do S, Cow Isand
E Darfee. Bentoa do 9, Yankton
Key West.| Tongue Riv do 9, de
ff Dugan,. Ft Lincoln do 11, Lincoln
Silver City,Yellowstone do 12, Cow island
do 2J, Poplar Creek do 2G
do 29, St Vul3
da 24, Yankton
do 24, Cow Lsi'J
do 25, Kice
do •), Yankton
do 20, StLjuij
do 31, C- Isi'd
do 31,. Saford
1, do
W Dugan, Lincola
Western, Tongue
Tiger, do
Big Horn, do
W Dugan, Pi Rice
Gen Meade, Cow Ul'd Sept
Peninah, do do
Bailey of his *taff arrived here yester
Jay in advance of the Nez Perces and
ChVyetine prisoners, who will arrive to­
morrow. The Indian captives are
guarded and escorted by tbe battalion
of the First Infantry and a company of
tbe Second Cavalry as far as this post,
from thence the Seventh Cavalry, com­
manded by Col, Benteen, will take tbotn
to Bismarck or .Lincoln. You have »y
permission to interview Joseph on ba
arrival.
THE WAYS or I5DIAS AGISTS
and otber attaches of th« Department
of tbe Interior are not always as smooth
as some people imagine. The new
agent at Poplar Creek is finding that
"dark' ways and vain tricKs" yet
abound among tbe untutored savages.
In otber
words,
River
2*i, Fort Buford,
'H, Fort Benton
3
6
6
3
J,
Ft Beaton,
Major Bird, tbe agent
at Poplar Creek, having imported a fine
riding boggy for bis private use, has
been much surprised at- tbe free manner
in which "Black Cat-Pish," a well
known warrior of the Yanktons, has
seen fit to appropriate tbe same to bis
own use, and tbe Major has been some­
what of tbe opinion that the manners
of the Indians at the agency partake
somewhat too much ef tbe free and
easy style. The Yankton* are by no
means a despicable tribe, and if they
are incited to rebellious act*, would
perhaps prove rather hard sabj3ct3 to
bundle. We understand that Medicine
Bear, the well knoirn chief of this
tribe, has made some complaints con­
cerning matters connected with his
tribe, which be doemed worthy of con­
sideration. Blacic Cat-Fish is the head
Gghting man, or head warrior, of ftie
tribe.
TIIS DEATH BOLI.
of the Seventh Cavalry at the Snake
Creek 6ght show* what a grand part
they bore in the onset, aa! yei Sar
geaat Welch, who is now undergoing'
treatment in ths post h.j-vj Ml h_*rs, de­
sires it to be dsstinctly understood
that he intends to figure a o:ij of the
distinguished survivors, all rcp-rts to
the contrary notwithstanding.
I wanted to Ull you something of oar
moonlight serenade amon^ the braves
some time since, but tiras forbids but a
passing mention. I can hut remember
at this time the masterly effort of Doc.
Gaylard in his solo of "Reminiscences
of Grand River," while "Sound* from
ilome," as rendered by Ci?*„ O'C n
nell and Harry Biteheier, received a
hearty encore, only surpassed in my
estimation by the superb manner in
which "Bab" Uttle handled the four in
band intended for the transporcation
of the Sitting Ball Commissio ». iizx.
[Lt. Bailey has arrived ac ms Saeri
daa House
GREELEY'S HOPE.
How to Get tli* Tonng Ken W«t
Tha Display tf tbe National Immi­
gration. Bureau in Machinery Hall.
q»d It* Latest Additions teem the
Agricaltnral Exhibition of Dacota
Territory.
Philadelphia Timet, Oct. 30.
An important addition has been made
to the display of the National Immigra­
tion Bureau in Machinery Ha!I. It is a
large collection, comprising the best ar­
ticles of the Agricultural Exhibition held
at Yankton, Dakota, on the 3d, 4th and
5th of this month, and was sent, in be­
half of the territory, hy the governor,
do. Tri John L. Pennington, and the secretary of
io-2o the agricultural department of Dakota, I.
iC 2- 1 Governor Pennington is one of
do 2i I the vice presidents of the bureau. The
do
do
1
r,
do 21
articles were shipped on the 10th and ar
faj
r'vec*in
Ang
Sjpt
0
do 5
do 1')
do 6
do 9
do
on the z^d. They fairly
~ij\ represent the agricultural products of the
entire territory, although most of them
gravy in the vicinity of Yankton or of CLs
Ju^y 30 marcic, which are situated respectfully ia
do 311 the southeastern and central sections.
Aug These exhibits are remarkable—OT for
do
do
their novelty and nearly all for theirs izz
Among them are purple "rabbi," a sort
of cross between the cabbage and the
turnip^ These roots are as large as a
mans head, and grow aoou: two miles.
9!
north of Bismarck, in a soil eighteen
do
is hundred feet above the level of the sea
fair
do 'j 1. and which is described as being
do lo sample cf that extending thence for hun-
do 2o
do 15
do 26
do Vl
dreds of miles in all directions. They
were raised in the open air, without
forcing, and from seed sown in the latter
pirt of April lat. The roots are trans­
planted like cabbage, which vegetable
they resemble in taste when cooked
With them are shown a new variety or
potatoes (Scotch Grays,) weighing from
ten ounces to a pound each, and which
weie planted June 23 and sent to the fair
in September, being the growth of but
f*o 111 ninety days Hubbard pumpkins from
two-and-a-half to three feet in diameter
ar.d weighing from one hundre an:i
thirty to one hundred and Csty
apiece radishes from Burleigh county
do 21
«io 21)
Se^i It}
Aug 19
40 2i
&pt 2o
il
1
do 15
do 25
Yai.kton
Josephine,Poplar Creek do 3, do
Gen Ga-ter, Yellosra'e do 3, Bu'ord
Victori barrel do do T, St Lau.s
Rose'oud, Big Horn do 7, Baloid
Gen Shero-in,Tongue a© 11, Sta iiingdo
Oc:
fcey S
Gen Sherman, 5tand'gE.do 16. Rice
Alex Keadall.Yel'stoae do ~J, Oit Louia
Qea Sherman, Rice do 2J, Bviord.
it
do 2?
10
Neliie Peck, Yankton do 11, Yauit-jn do 17
Dugan, Buford sSo 16, Stan-iinsBock jo
do 1:
dj ii
do i'L
do 3'
Osi 1
do
W Dugan,Standing S do 2*J. Yaniton
Gen Sherman, Bafonl do M, Liiljuld
do Lincoln Oct Buford
Focteneile, Cow Island do 9, do
Nellie Peck. Yanktoo
do Buford
Peninah, do
Geo Sherman do do do
Gen Custer da Hot
do & YaS*"'
a\lar2c
9
Gen Meade, Carroll do 3, Tan!:ton
Rosebud, Buford do a, do
as a
*Goue'into winter iujrters on west bani, So»r «j. bushels per acre. This ground is near
Bismarck, and up to the 10th of this
•JOSEPHATBUFGItQ. 'month there had been no frost there
since the 20th of April. Excellent yel
Gen. Milea Cond.nets Kim to 3afard— 1 |nw corn from Odessa is shown, which
The Seventh.Cavalry is Ho-sv Bring- was planted Jute 22 and reached »:-t
Ing Him to Bismarck—Onr Buford ton on the aid of September.
Latter. I -r
FORT BCFOBD, D. T., Nov. 6.—G-nc-,alJ For the best and boffa O
Miles with Major Baldwin, and Lu at.' OYiTC-v.t-i 1n Seheci s.
2-"
long as a man's arm and a tiiick h»-»
leg strap-leaf and field turnips nearly a
large as a water bucket "bushel"' b.oo-^
beets, one of which could not be forced
without difficulty into the sleeve of a
man's overcoat, and earlv ro^e potatoe-
ten-year-old bay's headland
do 2», aa dj ij which according to tne laoel, were plant
do -iJ, do do ed on the Sth of May ia unmanured
giound, which had been ploughed but
once, and which produced two hundred
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