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Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 12,1877 MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge Wo 120, A. F.\ & A.-. M.". are held in their hall 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. FLANXERY, Sec. I. O. O. F. Uhe regular meeting? of Mandan Lodge No. 12, I. O. 0. F., are held in Jlansonic Hall every Tues day. Brothers in good standing are cordially invi- t£d" D. W. MAKATTA, N. G. SIG. HAXAtTER, B. Sec. 17 RELIGIOUS SERVICES At ihe Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning •til o'clock and every Sabbath evening commen cing at 7i 9'clock.Saboath School immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Rev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor. Arrival And Departure of Malls. On the North Pacific to an 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 •very Wednesday, Friday and Sonday. Leave for Deadwood and other points in the Black Hills Taesnays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving In Deadwood in sixty hour*. for ,oInt WILLIAM X. HOLLEJIBAEK, Official Surveyor Burleigh County Office, Drug Store, or IT. S. Land Office* 7tf DR. E. W. FINCH, Physician 1 Surgeon, OFFICE—.Booms 41 and 43, Sheridan House. Calls left ia the hotel office promptly attended to, V-T-? Doctor EL S. Porter OSes HSZI to Writes Building. UesidcJicc: House. &) fin, A. BENTLEY, PHYSICIAN AS.O SOSGEOF, Office. Rzzro. -o. S'-. 2 rid an House. 1 Ca"? left on t:.* in tY.t oflic': sitesd 5» el to. Mfto. AiiTHUS LIri£i NT B"5T and ladies' Fr-sishing Cor. 3d andMiigsSti., 3. '£. Ordersbr mat: —r-c- ir.- irj:r•* aitentian, [liTif 1877. ESTABLISHED 1872 CG^PLZHSBNTS OF am' Kmtnor.s, Wine nrAm Liquor Merchant, Bismarck. D. 7. "We airly "Weather Synopsis.! SISMAKCI:, d. T., Nov. S, 1577. Highest Lowest Mein Biromet-r 21*471 Thermometer 4j 2:1.'J Humidity I0'» Zi 73 3 Prevalent direction of vr'.::d, m-t'r.west gj Wind's ir.^K velocity, 11. m. c-n ith inrf., in miles per hour Totai number of miles traveled. lS'iS rain or •••i in ncii*rs. 0 J7. DAVID TilO FI.ANNKRY, Signal Ser^t. U. S. A. Keidenbsrs 5Cey tVcst Cigars at tin? .Hinac-lia-lia. 53tf Ovstor Depot. Fresh Oysters on ice at the St. Louis Store. tf The Sc. Louis Store has perfec.rd ar rangements for fresh oysters, always on ice, by ths c^.se or can. tf Fresli Oysters. Choice Fresh Oysters, the best brands in market, at Haiieti & Keating's. tf 33a.raizLg. Single vla-ils 2-3 cants or board by the ,veek at $i.50 at J. F. R^ardon's, Main st., Bismarck. tf. Pl\":nooth Giov^.-i ii. .shall'- shoe 52 Gauuins ::'uu rt'v! (j-erman Socks at J. II. Marshn'l's "hoc store. 52 Hand knit Socks at J. II. Marshall's shoe store. 52. The kirr?si ana best assortment of gents' and Indies' furnishing goods in the city at Oin. Eissnberg's. 55 O Fail and winter cloaks at Dan.Eisen berg's. 55 Elegant. a.s^ortf!it-u: of ladies furs, from AxOO to $50.00 s^t at Dan. ESsenhor'\s. 55 The iar^-.-st ai'.d ss'.r nent of clolhiii™ and fori i.-.h fig gtiods the city at D-=i, Ei^enber^'s. 55 Fianii'-is, iv.iniiel.'j, at Dan. Eisen btM-g'.-?. 55 POIIOCIL'S I"IOROR.YR.PLI CJ-allery. Mr. A. Poilock has completed a pho tograph gallery corner of Third and Thaj*er Streets and will become on? of the permanent institutions of Bismarck. He is a fine artist and will do as goo«: work car. be seeu-ed in the territo ry. A liberal paironasa is cxpect'-d and desired. tf The Pioneer Hard ware Store is pre dared to duplicate any prices charged by other houses, for work of all kinds, more especially sheet iron work, such as stove pipe, kottles, wash boilers and all kinds of tinware Quality of work guaranteed, and satisfaction given in all cases or money refunded. 67 R. C. SEIP & Co. Pigs' feet, tripe, &c., at Hallet & Keatings. 66tf Highest price paid for yenisoa sad dles at Hallet & Keatings. 66 tf Thisweatherchallen ges the—finestof tfie world. It is better than the best In dian summer. J. B. Power has been appointed land commissioner ef the Branard Branch Railroad. The two captured Nez Perces were taken east last evening. They go to Fert Leavanworth for safe keeping. Dance To-Morrow Night. To-morrow evening there will be a social bop at Champion Hall. Raymond's brick building will be put under roof this fall. Mr. Burke says there's no mistake about that state ment. H. CL Coykendall's little boy acci dentally broke his right leg between the knee and ankel. He pulled a box over on top «f him. D. W. Davis, N. O. Calkins, W. C. Seavy, Dr. Houghton and Geo. H. Gam ble were among the passengers out on the Black Hills stage this morning. Col. Lee, A. A. Q. M. G. Dep't of Dako ta, has erected a handsome frame bouse on bis seldier's homestead on Apple Creek. C. S. Weaver & Co. built it. Mrs. Slaughter is a contributor to a temperance paper in Ohie, and her views command much attention. Her father was president of the State Tem perance Association fer some years be fore his death. Dr. Slaughter's reputation as a lover of dogs appears to be thoroughly under stood by the canine race. In the last two weeks no less than three dogs in various stages of delapidation have reported at Villula. Monday night the number was increased by the arrival of a valuable white and black setter with a chain collar and a broken leg. As the Doctor does not wish to maintain a hospital for inva lid canines he will feel obliged if the ow ner will take him awav. Hstyas' RicluBozid. Reception. The enthusiasm with which the people of Virginia welcomed President Hayes during his recent visit to Richmond ex presses the popular response to Mr. Tii den's declaration that ihev were :l ated out of the president they elected. For these Virginians who cheered the Presi dent wherever and whenever lie appear ed before them were rnostiv Democrats who voted for Mr. Tilden but who now recognize the fact that Have.?, r.ot Til dsn, was the man for the times. Oysleis ar"J flams in the shell re CiiveJ few divs at the Champion Haii Ite-it^urant an Coffte Hoa.se. T.iits hoa.se is gaining in popularity every dzy. It Choice roll and iirkin butter, choice Michigan winter apple?, by the peck or barre craruberries and onions, at W. Glit-ka's. 67t2 Cash for Cotniy Orders I will pay cash for about §-±00 county orders. Gso. W. SWEET. 67 tG When your husband's hair pulls and be wants something but don't relish anything 5=«ad to the Montana Meat Market for shadines. Wanted Bismarck Property. Wanted to trade Minneapolis im proved and unimproved property for Bismarck property. Call on J. A. Re?., TRIBUNE office. All kinds r.f fresh meats, poultry and game at Hallet & Keatings. 66t Dried Grsan Corn at the City Meat Market, cheaper and better than can corn. 67t3 Go to Selleck's for your winter cloth ing. He undersells all others. See for vourself and be satisfied. G7 At Selleck's you will find the largest stock of fur and cloth winter caps, gloves, mitts, &c., &c. 67 A full I'.ne of canned goods at Hallet & Keatings. 66tf Choice home made raspberry jan?, put up in gallon, half gallon and quart jars, for sale by ChasM. Cushman & Co., Main Street, opposite Camp Hancock. 6t Choice Groceries for sals by Chas. Cushman & Co. G2cf L.o CorBiiitk prepared to do pas try b.iking ior parties, Families, etc., at short notice. 4t E 1". Fin:!-." ••-ionr.itfil French Kid hut-toned bouts I&dies, :it J. H. Mar shall's. 5o--.rW Far Saie- A small heating stove a!.(» a 12 foot, store table and shelving. Enquire at Ward & Gibson'.-^, Main strf-et. 04tl Oysters. Ma'lorv brand, who!ej:iIi .Mid retail, by Eades & Westhauser. 63 tl Kerosine Oil by the can load or gal lon, for sals by Chas. it. Cushmar.& Co, Government vouchers cashed by Chas. M. Cushman & Co. For your waterproofs go to Dan. Eisenberg's. 55 Ladies' winter shawls at Dan. Eisen bsrg's. 55 Fine assortment of ladies dres3 goods at Dan. Eisenberg's. 55 Ladies' fine flannels at Dan. Eise berg's. 55 Choice Butter for pale by Chas. Cushman & Co. Dr. Bigelow, the dentist, has moved his office and is now located in the fine of fice of the Coulson Line of steamers. He has about the neatest quarters in town and is besides extremely well fitted for his profession and its work. If there is a Shakespeare or reading club this winter, that office ought to be the place of ren dezvous, the Dr., of course, consenting. Col. W Sweet returned Saturday morning from his two weeks visit below, lie found plenty of expressions of confi dence in Bismarck by St. Paul and Min neapolis people, G^H Fairchild is back from his visit to St. Paul. S Thayer, Esq, of Minneapolis, ac companied Gen. Rosser and the "special"' arriving on Friday evening. Saturday they crossed over the river, Rosser to see the graders and engineers and Thayer to view the landscape. Of course he saw millions in it. Ansley Gray, Esq, has a law partner coming from Chippawa Falls, Wis. They will mcke a strong team. Several of the engineers of the N survey came over yesterday from the west side and rested at the Sheridan sev eral hours. Capt Reaney was eleeted to the legislature at the recent Minnesota elec tion from one of the St Paul districts. Lt E Thompson has been ordered to relieve Lt Ingalls at Ft Stevenson. The latter being ordered to Ft Lincoln. LtJ Burnes, 17th Infantry, has been granted a six months leave of absence. J. W. Woolsey, of the Black Hills, a wealthy miner, is at the Sheridan. The Buckeye Cook Book. Sample copies of thi3 popular cook book can be seen at the P. O. and or ders left there for it. It is conceded by book reviewers and house keepers to be the best book of ths kind evar issued. It contains everything that a good cook or housekeeper would want to know. It has receipes from Presi dent Hayes' household, Gov. Tilden's, and all the governors in the U. S. We have personal knowledge that it was edited and compiled with great care and skill. Price in muslin $1.50 and in waterproof binding $1.75. Fire hundred strawberry plants are beinz planted to d*y by a gentleman on the hiil. We will have strawberries next year. Be it reraeinbered that on th:'i 8th day of November, 1S77, Coi. HIE. Thompson predicts that within five years Bismarck will contain ten thcu* sand inhabitants. Col. G. W. Sweet has been appointed agent for the Manhattan Fise and other insurance companies, and ha* estab lished a regular insurance agency, which has been greatiy needed. A Black Hiller was recently attacked by five bears. Another was corralled by a bear which took up the chase after three Indians who were also on his trail, and being thus relieved he reach ed a mining camp O K. lgs out is the new substitute for sardines, (far prefarrahle to them because put ap in •il) to be found at the Montana Meat Market. Tenant Wantel. Dr. Slaughter wishes to rent his cot tage at YilJula for the winter. Or he will make liberal terms with a farmer with learn, who will cultivate the gar dens next season. Six acres under cul tivation, and a comfortable hot.se with four rooms and a cellar. The Dr. has made arrangements to build an elegant brick residence on the hill back of the cottage in the spring. "When Dakota Gstz Into tie Union. The Bis«arck TRIBUNE C+ ______ TQ A Stevens Jrarty# C.ipt. H. L. Stevens' party of 2G men arrived this forenoon from Dauphin Rapids, four hundred miles above Bu ford. Their work was cut short by the hostiles but in ^pite of them they took out 2,500 boulder.s at iMuphm Rapids and built a wifg dam 700 yards, at Cow Isisnd, i:.'ia?'v( the navigation mate rially both poiots. The party leaves on this evening's train for St. Paul. SX^rriei, Geo. Gibbs uni-t have taken the hint and telegraphed for a Michigan girl. At aiif rate iliss Kuth Sesson arrived last week and en Sunday at 4 p. iri., at the residence of Mrs. Tompkins was uni ted in matrimony to Geo. Gibbs by Rev. I. O. Sloan, and to-day George is pre paring to abandon his bachelor ways and to begin life at once as ihe head of a family. congratulate George on securing a Michigan girl for a wife and Miss Rath on securing the whistliag blacksmith for her husband. Great Silver Discovery. Mnj. Newson, superintendent of the St Pad and Black Hilis sold mining company, has made a valuable silver discovery about four miles from Central City. The Major has tested she roek twenty times and has never failed to get silver and gold buttons, ranging from $320 to $370 to tbe ten, and what makes this discovery valuable is, it is free milling ore. He has associated with him, Mr. Blake, and as both gen tlemen came from New York, they call .the lode, The Empire State. The assay on the same ore by Mr. Davis ran $80 gold, $247 silver per ton. This may be considered the most valuable diecovcry in the Hills.—Black IJilh Timis% Gentlemen, wishing tal*Wish/|snit made up in the litest style ancl trimmed in the very best j,manner., should-leave orders at Selleck's. 677 Tiit Ed Smith Tragedy. Before Just ce Stewart te-day, Chas. Eichel bad a hearing on a complaint al leging him an accessary in the killing of Ed Smith. He was discharged on the testimony of the prosecution itself, nothing else being reqaired. M. Cahn, the father of Henry, is now having a hearing on a similar charge. W. W. Erwin, the brilliant eriminl lawyer, ef St. Paul, will arrive te morrow morn ing as the counsel for tbe Cahns. -A.- I. BROOKS, Attorney at Law AND U. S. CLJSLIM A.GEHT. Will practice in all tht courts and pmewte «toiwa against the D. S. 'GoTernmiBt. Offic at the Capitol Hotel. 51 BIMARGK QUADRILLE BAM) Mmlc tarnished for Balls, Picnics, Concerts, &c. £. 0. BOSTWICK, Manager. Opposite Pest Office, FRONT ST., BISMARCK, X.' T. Terms Reasonable. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. MES. J. A. MAXWELL, MILLINERY & SrsssTfialqing, —THE BEST- FALL Sl WINTER GOODS in the city, and THE BEST WORK BONE. AND SATISFACTION GDAEI8TEEB Office at the Shop on Fiflh Street- S I O waets the headquarters of the department of Da kota removed from St. Paul to Bis** marck. When Dakota gets into the union, Colonel, the thing can be done, but as a territory we havn't the force. Yankton Press. SSM.LT BREED S I FOB S-A.Xj tujt thousand dollars Worth of S:ous Half-l-reed Scrip for Sale, KEO. P. FLASNEBY^ G1 -mtl Bismarck, D, T. M.H. WOOLSEY, Cor. 5th & Meigs Sts., General Repair Shop! WAGONS, CARRIAGES, and all kinds of Wood-work promptly attended to And neativ executed. ASA FISHER, WHOLESALE DEALER IX Wines, Liquors and CIGARS. Foreign and Domestic Ales. MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE SHERIDAN HOUSE BISMARCK, D. T. 53 Clothing, and Thayer on Third .Street, between Mefcgs 55tf Streets. DION & CO.,. Carpenters and Builders, BIS^IAKCK, D. T. CONTRACT WORK Put tlirough. Promptly at tlie Lowest Rates ined our stoelc. GO TO THE ST- IF-A-XTIj BE,^-3STC CLOTHING HOUSE, FOE Gent's Furnishing" Goods, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, German Socks, Gloves & Mitts, Trunks & Valises. You turoaol afford to buy any of the above named goods anyivliere else, without having seen and exam SIG. H&m&WER, Proi/r St. Paul Branch Clothing House. glitschka. Wholesale and Retail. FLOUR, OAT AXD CORN MEAL, PEARL BABLET, CHOICE BUTTER, GREEX APPLES, PEACHES CHERRI®?, CANDY AND NUTS, Glassware, Crockery, & Stoneware, TOBACCO AND CIGARS Nearly Opposite the Post Office, BISMARCK, B. T. RANSOM & HORTOXT, 73 Third' St.. ST. PAUL MAKE A SPECIALTY OF COUNTRY ORDERS FOB FUR OVERCOATS, Far Caps, Far Gtas, PATENT SHAPED SEAT. SACKS. Far Mnfflers,In Fur Setts from 50 cents to $3.00. GOODS. SENT C. O. D., PRIVILEGE OF EXAMINING. HATS &FURNISHING OOODS. BISSOlilTIOS NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership, heretofore elisting between Jas G. Pitt3 ami A. L_ Smith, under the firm name of Pitts & Smith, doing a general merchandise business at Fort Kice, Dako ta, is this day ciaoired by mutual consent. Tfc* business will be continued by Jas, G. Pitts,^ who assumes all liabiiities of the late firm and wBl col lect ail debts due it. Fort .RLJS, D, T., NoT..2d, 1S77. 66t3 J. G. PITTS, A. D. SMITH. Territory of Dakota, Barleigh County—SS» In Tiird Judicial District Cou^t. Adela gnew, Fiaiatiff, vs. VSumnoas. William Agnew, Defendant. The Territory of Dakota to William Agaev, defen dant above Baaed. You are hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of the Jplaiatiff in this action, filed this day in the offiie of the Clerk of the Dis trict Court for Burleigh Cousty, and serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers at their office in the city of Bismarck, in said County, within thirty days from the date of the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of sach vi If you fail to answer the complaint within that time the plaintiff will ask for the relief demanded in said complaint besides th-i costs and disburse ments of thi3 action. Dated at Bisnarck, D. T^ this 5th day of Octo ber. 1ST?. STOTELT. CARLASD, SS-TTT PlViTj Atiornsrs, Bismarek, 1 In Buffalo, Seal and all other Fsars. SeaI'otter' Beal&,^ SeaI' ic'jtc OSTLAND'S Livery & Feed STABLE, Cor. Fifth, and Main Sts=. Buggies and Saddle Horses for hiro ¥7 the day or hour at reasonable raies. My Bcggias and Har9es3 are new and of the best manufacture snd style, a-ad oar Stock good. Parties wishing teazta for any distant poin£ can be accomnxo dated at fair rates. My Stable is large and airy, and accommodation* or Eoardliz stock the best in the eotrairr. 33^3m SHERIDAN HOUSE, Ba wILLETf Tlana^er* Tha largest and best Hotel ia3akota Territory. |COR. MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, I« 3IS7IASCS« D. X,