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mamorck tribune.
Bismarck, D. T., Dec. 3,1877.
The N. P. Extension.
The Portland Oregonian, the big paper
•of Oregon, takes issue with Senator
Mitchell cn his bill in the Senate for the
extension of the time for th-r construc­
tion cf ihe N- P. R. K. Mitchell -wants
a railroad from Salt Lake to the Colum­
bia river and while he moves for a lVeh
tenure of life to the X. P., he a.-ks it to
shoulder the objections to another entire­
ly new scheme that is local and of no na­
tional importar.ee. The Oregonian sees
that the move is impracticable and ar­
gues impartially and ably in behalf of the
greater enterprise ar.d the one that is re­
garded as a national affair. Mitchell's
greedir.r-s would kill both if the matter
was left i.itn v.h'A'iy. ?»Tr. Mitchell's
bill doco r.ot extend the time for the com­
pletion
P. acrossTiie Ca?cad Mountains to Puget
Sound but ca-iHue-i t'ns line via Port­
land to on the ^ound. The lands
of the northern branch are to be restored
to the public domain be disposed of
like otlf pv.oiic lands ui-.ier direction
ofth^fcecrciary of the interior, and in
lieu e! the amount of bonds thus freed
an equal umber of acres are to be gran­
ted to the Portland, Salt Lake and South
Pass Railway Company, (an Oregon com­
pany) along their line from Umatilla to
Salt Lake provided they commence work
within six months from the enactment of
the bill and construct twenty-five miles
of road lie first year and r.ot less than
fifty miles annually thereafter, and com­
plete the whole road within four year?.
The bill provides that the road between
Umatil'a and Portland is to remain a
common road for the use of both com­
panies upon terms to be fixed if neces­
sary by the arkritation of a commission
to be appointed bv the President of the
United States. It is provided ihat the
extension and privilege. to be granted
to the N. P. Co. by this bill shall be on
the express condition tl at it shall in six
months from the passage of the act com­
mence the construction of the road eith­
er at Portland or at some point between
Umatilla and the mouth of Snake river,
and construct and equip eastward in one
year thereafter not less than forty and at
least fifty miles each succeeding year un­
til completed. If these requirements are
not complied with the Oregon corpora
lion is t«# have the right to build the
common road above referred to and be
entitled to the aid now provided, by buil­
ding twenty miles within a 3*ear after
three months' failure on part of the Pa­
cific road to commence it and twenty-five
tnilcs anr.u.iily thereafter.. It looks as if
the X. P. will have to build from both
ends, which is all right and proper. But
confound the Salt Lake scheme.
northern branch of the X.
Dakota people are becoming interested
in the question whether Gov. Penning­
ton is to be re-appointed, and the fact
that that question is pending is said to
account for recent attacks upon the Gov­
ernor's character, which have resulted
in criminal prosecutions for libel against
two papers of the Territory. We are
inclined to think that Governor Penning­
ton has faithfully and abiv filled his posi­
tion, and th.it lie deserves reappointment
on that ground. Hcsides, he is one 01"
the very lew-Territorial ofriccrs who has
made his home in the Territory. His in­
terests aie identified with those of Dako­
ta, and he has shown himself a public
spirited, enterprising citizen.—St. Paul
Dispatch,
At the recent dinner given Chief Jo­
seph and his fellow prisoners at Bismarck,
Shaved Head, a brave, observed that "a
good dinner makes go»d frienis." Now
this sentiment hath a diplomatic smack,
and if it can be proven that he has ever
palmed off rejected Conledcraie cloth
and doubtful musketsfon the government,
he will be eminently avalaole for a for­
eign mission.—Chicago Tribune.
In last Thursday's Chicago Times a
lengthy Bismarck correspondence
writes up Yellowstone Kelly, ft ap­
pears he is 28 years of age, i» a Vir­
ginian by birth, a citizen of Elmira, N.
Y., by settlement, a former student cf
Genessee College, Lima, N. Y. a hunter
and scout eleven years and prospective
cattle raiser in the Yellowstone valley.
Where will the bridge ultimately cross
the Missouri is the solemn inquiry of
many investors and squatters on both
sides of the river. Without knowing we
would answer ab*ve the present steam
boat.lar'di.ijj. E. Boley is located on the
west approach.
The Northern Pacific railroad biKs in
Congress provide for the protectioh of all
settlers within the railroad limit prior to
the withdrawal in '72. They don't say
anything about the rights of the squatters
on the west side who dropped down in *77
The signs of a boss business season in '78
accummulate. Every body is getting ready
for it
Th«-Oficiml CaatM
OITT
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Binim, 0. T.. 7
November 19ta, 1371.
We. the underdgned, members of the Canvassing
Bovrd of the city of BUmarck, do hereby certify
that at the general city election held in the'city of
Btanarck on the 6th day of November, A. D. 1877,
the rinined periom received the following
number of votes far the several described offices,
viz:
1
X1T0K
G. People* 28®
J. Penneil 2»7
Majority of Peoples 69
CITY
KAStSBXl..
T. Fortune 264
P* Malloy. 2£l
Majority of Malloy 42
CITT TKE1SC2EE.
Daniel Ebenberg, 261
J. W, Eaynjond 231
Majority of Eisenberg *83
crry JCSTICB or TBE PEACE.
D. Stewart 2S0
P. M- Eckford 2J7
Majority D. Stewart 63
CITT CLEEE.
C. J.Clark 837
Louis 155
Majority C. J. Clark 132
ALDBBXIX FIR3T WJLRIT.
3. P. Lambert S3
M. Slattery -S3
8. Whitney 41
John Fay -14
Majority Lambert :mil Slattery 44
ALDKEXES J-ECOSD WAP.I).
Asn Fi-hcr i04
C. R. V/iiliiKii.......... '... 12B
J.
A.
Emmon*....' 1 1'!$
C. It. WiSlianis majority IS
AX»Ey.r.zy Tiiriio wAr.o.
M. Powers 4H
T.
McGuwan 45
Wm. Gibson 27
J. Hare 85
Majority M. Powers 21
T. McGowan 9
We find by a careful canvoeS of the returns from
the Judges of eleetion in tbe different Wards of
liie city of Bismarck that the following named per­
sons were* elected to the rarioss offices set opposite
their names, and are entitled to certificates of elec­
tion
Mayor, George Peoples.
City Marshal, Thomas Fortune,
Treasurer, Daniel .filsenberg,?
Justice of the Peace, David Stewart.
Clerk, C.
i.
Clark.
ALDBRMEX.
1st Ward—S. P. Lambert and M. Siattery.
2d Ward—An Fisher and C.
R.
74-2w
Williams.
3d Ward—Michael Powers and Thos. J/c&owan.
Sifnted, C. J. CLARK. City Clerk.
t. STEWART, City Justice.
P. MALLO T, City Marshall.
SINGER
Sewing Machine
DEPOT!
S. SELLECK'S,
Next Dcor to Post Office.
1
C. J. CLARK, Agent.
"S&
SHIRT FACTORY,
T.F. McAVOY & CO., Prop's,
97 East Third St.. ST. PAUL. MINN.
Prompt Attention to orders ey Mail,
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
directions for jjeir-Mrti'iir.-usni Jt" any addres*.
JOHN C. OSWALD,
Wholesale Sealer in
WINES, LIQUORS &
CIGARS.
o. 17 N. Washington Av., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN
NOTICE.
U. S. IAM Orr:rE,
IllS^AHCK, D. T..
N'ovi-inber, lltli,
Complaint l.r.vir., I.er:! er:t-.-r?il at thi.s MlTite by
J. C. Clark, against Administrator of Clinrles I!.
MiC.iit'ny, il.'re.i-'.'il. W ahainloniiifr his timber
culiiire Entry, No. Jl, dated OcloiHT lllst, ib*4,
upon Or wodt- of Tiertir.vcst- ::il lot No, "i,
secti.'n 1!3, Township north, r.tn^u irest. in
BuriiMgh county. 'IVrr t»ry cf r):ik iti', with nTi»w
to the cancellation of vntry: tlis eriiJ parties
r.r'- I'.i'r. hy summoned to :ippr:ir :tt thii r.Ilice 0:1
the lMhday of December, 1^77, at 111 o'clock m.,
respond ar.d furnish teit.inony concer:iinj saiil
eired ab.mdonnient.
PKTEK MANTOil, itedster.
IV.1-4w EBWAKU rl. BKoWN, Keceiver,
Real Estate
500 Lots for Sale
IN THE
Most Desirable Part of the Citv of
Parties having built upon lota to which they have
not received ieeds will call on the vnderdgned fan
mediately and get their deeda If they desire the lots,
otherwise th«y will be sold.
7-Srn GEO. P. FLANKERY.
Ward & Gibson,
ENTERPRISE
Meat Market!
Main St., BISHABCK, D. T.
CHOICE MEATS,
Constantly on hhnd.
REDUCTIONS T© HOTELS AND
BOARDING HOUSES.
Oysters, Game Fish, &c„
N AtlcwniM*
LARSON It BROBOLM
BOOTS & SHOES
Third Street, BISKAEGK. D. T.
CUSTOM WORK
Made to ordar In all the latest styles,and warranted
They use the best of stock in all custom work.
Ladies who have cot been able to get
Shoes to Fit,
can ^et them mule to order here and receive a
guarantee to fit.
A specialty made of
Neat Repairing.
Their motto is, 'COOD WORK AT PAIR PRICES.'
Orders from the Military Posts promptly attended
to. GS
_A_. I. BROOKS,
Attorney at Law
AND U. S. CLAIM AGENT.
i! i.rai :ce in al! the courts and prosecute claims
bg.un-.t tiie U. S.IGovernmer.t.
O'slc ilir CHotel. 51
Music furtiidiiei: foe
Balis. Picnics, Concerts, &c.
E,
BO.JTW
lOK, Manager.
0.
Opposite Post Offico,
FRONT ST., BISMARCK, D.
Terms Reasonable.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
MRS. J. A. MAXWELL,
MILLINERY
& dressmaking,
—THE BEST-
FALL & WINTER GOODS
in the city, and
THE BEST WORK DOKE.
Store on Third Street, between Height) 2nd Thayer
CSlf Streets.
DION & CO.,
Carpsntsrs and Builders,
CISMARCK, D. T.
CONTRACT WOB.K
Put tlirongli Promptly
at the Lo.west Rates
AND
SATISFACTION GtABAsTESS
Office at the Siiop cn Fifth Street.
S I O
HALF BUEB&
S I
O S A E
TBN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Worth of Sionx Half*breed fcrip for Sale.
CEO. P. FJLANNERY,
01-ra6 Bismarck, D,
BISMARCK.
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M. H.
WOOLSEY,
Cor.
& Meigs Sts.,
5th
General Repair Shop!
WAGONS, CARRIAGES,
and all kinds of Wood-work
promptly attended to And
neatly executed. ft
ASA FISHER,
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
Wines, Liquors and
CKiAKS.
Foreign and Domestic Ales.
MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE SHERIDAN HOUSE
BISMAQCK, D. T.
PARKIN & WHALEN,
DEALERS IN
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, PRODUCE,
FRUITS, &C., StG.
Bismarck,
MILLINEEY GOODS
Largest and Eest Selected Stock
in the City.
Ladies' Heady-Made Clotliiog
Fine Worsted Goods, Shawls, &c»
fiatlics' Furs HK1 r:TR Caps, Chil«
dren»- Tiiuimvu Slats.
Blankets,
Comfortables,Wo'jlcriScads
Dry Goods, Mens' and Boys'
Ready-Made Clothing, etc.,
etc., at the
Chicago Store,
3d Btreet, BISJIAKCK.
NEW STOCK Ai'D SEW PRICES.
49
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BISMARCK,
Silverware, Spectacles, Etc.
DAW. BISEWB&M&,
Gents' & Ladies' Furnishing
GOODS, NOTIOXsi. &c.
R. C. SEIP
Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of
Harness. Saddles9 Harness, Trim­
mings, Saddle jBZdn- Morse
IBlankets, Wszipa, Mtz*
Repairing .& Manfacturing a Specialty-
Call and examine our stock before piirchasitig els-. «.viis»e.
Front Strset. Opposite Pest Office
E. MENKUS.
.A. LOT OF
FEATHERS
FOR SALE
AT
Hallett &Keating's
OSTLAND'S
Livery & Feed
STABLE,
Cor. Fifth and Main Sts*.
Boggles and Saddle Horses for biro fcy the daj or
hour at reasonable rates. ..
My Boggles and Harsess are new and of the dm
•anattctui and rtyle, and o«r Stock good, hrtta
wWitni IMMfor aay distant point e*» be aseomno
li^lttnUr sa^M.
My Stalls
le large and «by, a»d ae«**odatiee»
er BeirAsc Aeek4ke best In tke MUM. W*1
I).
(ho)
T.
23
HEALERS IIC
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
*vja
i£u
». T.
BISMAEGK, D. T.
The Qusier Mcttts
riir*o' Express Ti-ains
vwow
ST. PAUL, to BISMARCK.
JDaILY.
Jr!t,
rntit.,,.1 -it PA UL ir!r7,
triihtx frif'.it CI:I','A GO'im! joii x/itih.
"Mo Belny Gontinncnr Sun
Northern Pacific 11 P,.
isn. Scmintr Arnnstmeat.
STATIONS. WK5TWARP. A ST
WARE.
Duiuth, I
lv"
l2.:"l
p. m. «r. 12 10 p,
7 00 a m. ar. fS.SOp. m.
Jamestown. 1 *r. +12 25 in. Ilr. 1.40 p. m.
Jamestown, I !v. 1.10 p. m. ar. 11.10 p. in.
Bimarck. ar m. 1 lv. 7 00 a. m.
+Mcal?
Cinse connection with Lite steamers at Du
Inth St. Panl tr.iii:s at y. P. Junction St. Panj
A PaciEc Railroad trains 2i Glrndon for Fisher's
Fort Garry and the British Possession?, via steamers
of Red River Transportation Co. at Mocrehead,
Minn., and Fargo, D. T.. ^rith steameia for Fort
Garry, Pemhina, and all points on the Red River,
at Bisai arct with steamers to all points north and
south on the Missouri River including Standing
Rock, Fort Rice, Berlhold, Carroll, Helena, Ben­
ton, and other points ia Montana also with X. W.
Stage and Express Co.'s line to Deadwood, City
and ail points in the Black Hiili.
Dated May 16th, 1ST7.
G. G. SANBORN, H. A. T0WNE,
Gen'l Business Ag't. Superintendent.
o. & sr. w.
ZJKES.
The Chicago And Northwestern
Railway embraces under one management tbe Great
Trunk Railway Lines of the North and North-wed,
and with its nuoerous branches and connections,
forms the shortest and anickest route between Chi­
cago and all points in Illinois, Wisconsin, Northern
Michigan. Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California
and the Western Territories. Its
Omaha and California Line
is the shortest'and {best route between Chicago and
all points In Northern Illinois, Iowa,_ Dakota, Ne­
braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Cali­
fornia, Oregon, China, Japan and Australia. Its
Okift^o, St. Panl & Minneapolis line
Is the shortest line between Chicago and all points
in Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, and for
Madison, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulsth, aad all
points in the Great Northwest.
Pullman Palace Drawlnjf-Boom
Cars are ran on all through trains of this road.
This is the ONLY LINE tunning these cars be­
tween Chicago and St. Panl and Minneapolis.
Close%onnectioni are made at Chicago with the
Lake Shore ft Michigan £oatbern, Michigan Central
Baltimore Ohio, Pittsburg, FU Wayne Chicago,
Kankakee Line and Pan Handle Routes, for all
points Bast and South-east, and with the Chicago
and Alton and Illinois: Central for all points South.
Bemanber,-yoa ask for-year tickets via the Chi
cag* Northwestern Kailway. and take none other.
For rates er informsTlse net attainable frees year
InifuaA 1".
W. H. STKNNJETT. MARTIN JTUGHITr,
Geo. W. SWEET,
teal Estate Agent
0
Office 01
Main, bet. 2d & £d Sts.
Will Attend to the Purchase, Sale
and Renting of Town Lots
Farms, Hoiirfes and
Tenements.
A a
Complete Abstract of Title
To all Real Property
Enrleijrli Conntv.
TAxc* iV. f.-r :,o~*'lZe$ident*.
IHE CIu'B B.ELIABLEE
CITY HEAT MARKET
ON
4tJi STRUCT,
always supplied kHU ». r! !r.^ :r: way r,r
Fresh & Salt Meats,
BITTER A lAlil*
Poultry &: me
\u their 9* »^»r»
Superior Facilities for I'i:rni» iSii
Steamboats with rc-»l» .Keais.
JUSTUS
5-21-tf
BRAGG CO.
Brick! Brick!
C0LVERT & MASON.
Contractors aad ilnllders.
BEICS AHD STOir? W02E
•lime neit^es
We wiH t» C.-'orn-. f-j'lC
drick cer Hur.cirod 2 c.
A liberal reiincti.in Trill re ir.n. f.i- '. .inn-!'!
tit:e5. Par'^js wL-Iilr.i to
:r
interest to p-toar fixnres on f-rick r'r..-n
compare i7:lh wooden stractur-'^. :•. -.v
the diferencc in cost t~o ye.irs ir. c.-...
Oar £2alto is, "Lire an let
ra
N. P. Jurctien, ar. •.'.15 i. m. !v. ID.30 a. m.
N. P. Junction. !v S Ort p. n. ar. it*.20 2. m.
BRA1NERD. :ir. '7.45 p. m. IH-. a. m.
BRAINERD, iv- S.I5 in. 1 ar. 0.05 a m.
WABKNA. 1 !v. 11.11 m. |lv. *2.25 a. ra.
Farpo, »r. fu.flO a. m. Ilv. p. m.
Fargo. 1 'v*
JOHN YKGIX.
John Ysgi
*/r
BISMARCK, Z. 1'.
CITY BAKERY
Bread, Pics, Cakes, 'irefii j-'i-uit*.
CONFECTIOJsEilY kC.
Goods Choice and Fresh and
Delivered Free to any point in
the City
W. H. STIMPSGI-.
G-eiieral News Agen
BOOKS,
AND SEALER I.N
STATION Pl'i
FBUITS,
OP ALL
TOBACCOS AND
CIGARS,
CONFECTIOJYEJ:Y.
BISMARCK, D.T.
Strangers and othors wiii 2nd a!! th? news­
papers and a
full stock of goohs.
IT. H. STIMPSON.
HEART RIVEB
COAL
I
The undersigned is prepared t.- uni.^h
HEART
RIVER
COAL
AT
S6.50 PER TON.
?0tf
CHAM. THOMPSON MB

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