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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 February 1876

vl*T-9W A THE /^BATHER^ ITNffM OW fit WliTHI* W* j" WBSS fKBKCAKT 21, »P78. '&IICM RuMDder. 80.19*. M«*« Temp.mtorc,, Wind 18.»i3. Total Ka.ofall or Melted Snow, *44 Inetoee. -Average dirocUva of Wintl,- Hoflhiwrt. I« ifMwu, 1 ^lo.4(!%la^iM)i, I I I. 1 f- J. H. SMITH, I Observer Hergt. BignaiSwvke, 0. 8. A. jC. Last Sunday wt-&td anjrfld-fime Mi* MrA ••*, •-r.-w -...•A »M» I «. linfB «»W wil bo in demand '/iTroiii present vesications tbe Mri River will open -won. w*.V'. •••*. Ipf _§M thousandliiner* Shirts a£ bed! 14* pawflfeSil I 01it j*of UUte fsith, j# citisensW ftMnarck who do not believe the ears, ip srriv^hepteilhe firatjf Match. -,?• fen I uu" iWl i* forty serom W ^all jon tltf •oat^alnM(«^iij o«MpflronOo*c 11 vn5 5 OtMMwXXXX w—mly 1*00 mm m. 0 1 ffeet Brines ."V 1 i?. .'% Mr. Win. A. ttollemback Bro. have5 sent eentonthe first train. Nearly **«.*f 4irtni sunessJmen ^sr 4»it| Wt®Wi of fort Lta&lhy i«]Jh lyVgup fie hao the greenbacks to »hw pt wo #fce«eTer your. pa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

tub VOL. 3. ery THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE OO TBI-WBBKLT AND WTULT. Yi4-W«*lf siilhi..** 4 TBUI« MO Siagto BMkl of «Mmt. 19 SabMripUaMlBTMnsMf to WmU/ ...9t.0» l.tt mSPUBUGAIf CAUCUS* The initiatory step to organise the Bepublican party of Burleigh County, was timely and well taken at the Caucus last Saturday evening. Tbe appoint­ ment of a County Committee was tbe first thing to be attended to, and the gentlemen selected for that committe, Messrs Raymond, Stoyell and Flannery, area guarantee that the organisation will be perfected to a working efficiency, and reedy for business whenever a party expression is desirable, or can be of use. It may not alwaws be best to draw party lines too severely where nothing but local interests are at stake, and where partv principles cannot enter into the computation in obtaining the reault de­ sired, and where fitness, and executive ability alone should be sought for,but it is eminently proper as well as the dutv-of those who adhere to the great predom...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

Bismarck, Dj From Kstrktad. MOORHEAD, II, 1876.-— Deap TBIBVNB :—Nothing bat Black 'ills Alqng^ tbe whole lioe. Even those el genil«pwa who WftJPse in jthfiit ^Swrr own greaT estim«tioh have settled dbwh to the very hnpfdrtant admission —important, yon' know, when negatiye people are referred _tQ—that, depend upon it, there's something i.n it." Tuere is something extremdj linghableabout the mining skeptic—a something irtiich has been left undescribed by Harte, .Miller, and even Mark Tw ain JB silent upon so important a person. The min­ ing skeptic is the individual who makes it his profession to disbelieve every re­ port of mining discoveries that shall, might, Gould, would or should be made. A trio of them toast their shins at the Bramble House, whereof our friend Sloggy, lately with you, is Captain Gen­ eral. My visit to Moorhead this winter was extended a few days to the arrival of Col. Lounsberry, of^.the TBIBDNB, efc. al., with tbose coarse, but tine, speci­ mens from the Hills...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

i*»iu+**t&m*-+ 1 Vi^Aiiti'ij"- •r ill^tb a^uiH pe^i^w ^rom wingiof Amerkaoeegle. Barton, Pieroe Co., who certi ojCfcicarif* have failed.. Tbeir lia Mitieaiiirobeliifedjto be tbout tftty 000, 'T Machinery for tbreecompleU saw milla have been from Brie, Pen®., to the. BJack Hill* daring the pastsftoAth. "3 Tbe.^|«m1JBi«s Tckgrspb.com pany foUoff ingQf the Atlantic & Pacific company, has reduced rates from 90 to-80 ptr cent: Tbe^body of ID I»ncnown man was found on the. step* of boose, of pros­ titution in St. Louis -Tuesday night, with his skull fractured. The indications are that the reeom •mendations of Aldridgo and Toorbees to impeach the Louisiana State officers will not be adopted by the House. Ben Boyd, the oonvieted counterfeit­ er, has meted for anew trial ij Cbica go. The motion was overruled, and Boyd sentenced to ten years in peniten­ tiary. A young man named Holyer, cbasb ier for Tbe Cincinnati Times company fell into the river while attempting to jump on a ferry b...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

iwjflm Bismarck D» I.f7Mar. 1 ,1876i 2 :. A -5»S T%Jt$LB88B& BABY. £itrMti^nM Klctfar fWrittea ¥7 a B«wildered Psp&. Hore than pne fpnd parent will appreciate thei feeling of the writ­ er of the annexed letter, now go­ ing, the rounds, as an illustration of the ecstatic aymtpms occurring at certain periods in matrimonial -life. Perhaps the good qualities of that baby may be understood after perusing the letter, which is as follows: Dbap. Sister—I now take my seat and sit down to take this op­ portunity to inform you that I am a daddy at last. Abbe has got a nice fat baby, and we hope these few lines may find you enjoying the same ble&ing. Now this is to be strictly a business letter. Firstly, as I said before, Abbe has got as nice a baby as ever made up faces. Nextly, I have swapped away old Buckskin, and I think I have a pretty nice horse It is a girl and weighs nine pounds (I mean the baby) and it is as fat as butter, and has got a good strong pair of lungs. She has go...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

bac_LJ,&.& Clocks, SiAiw ':1* V?"f •c» J" ISMAMCK, S BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY. llt(ll DUf or fue* pastry short1 notice 8®»r m«m I«I« flwetBU, SSL'"JSM&??£££ *. hrus2*' RAILROADS. CMcago, Milwaukee aai St Paul RAILWAY. THE GRBAT THROUGH LIS* BBTWEEN! Cbftca&o, Kowlforh, Now England) The Canada*, And jUI Eastern aad Southern Points, and The Great Northwest! Ooonecting in Chicago with all Eastern and *mth arn Lines. .. Two Through Express Daily u. J_t at Paul as follows Chicago Klrht Soresc 7:80 p. (Dally except the only through line between CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE. SiPAUL AMD MIMMEAPOMS. f» immmm a finer country, with grander scewery- «re £orts, that, any Nortowejtern^ the only __j alonothe shore of Lake Gregor, Austin and Owatonna. Through Palace Coaches and Sleeping Car* Of tbe B©st and Track Perfect. ^-Connecting at St. Paul and Minneapolis with Cm Ofkcb-118 East Jackson St., corner Third Street. A CARPENTER, fltf 0*n. Paaa. and Ticket Agent, fletlcorTlckefo' *£GG£22I*. Sum...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

iTI 5 ,»Vw BiwriilGki #. 1 187j. rj.tr' x* it Qm tbooiMd MiBcw, Shifts •t'bfcd rdck^prloes it Pah OI»i» XX^ fltmr^jff #4JOO| J. W. Raymond 4 vo.j A yoang witin fifteen time. :inie to town last bight mmules of advertiiH Wert understand that new meat market is about to lie opened here. A position i» the life_©| busjoeas and there will be bu8inet»8 enottgh'ior aiL Best Brant* XXXX Hoot o^ly |4,00 J. W. Raymond & Co. Three letters from the Black Hills ali report big diggings along'the line of the Northern Pacific, in Montana. Kew discoveries.every day in the Black Hills. Large and complete stock of groceries at J. W. Raymond & Co*s. Thomas McGowan will give a dance on St. Patrick's day* The dance wili be in Mason's Halt and supper at the Minersjlotel. TbeT largest and best selected stock of canned goods west of Chicago at J. W Raymond & Oo's. H. H. Davis has ninety-seven letters ready to mail, and expects more by mail this evening, all from parties in~ differ­ ent parts ot t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

it ii jr a & ii it -Hurt jb '.n -{Jrq« •S BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY. for cakes pies or fancy pastry pn short notice guar* sats: five cents, RAILROADS. CMcap, Milwatee soft St. Panl RAILWAY. THE ORB AT THROUGH LINE BETWEEN Chicago, New YorK, Xcw England, AND MINNEAPOLIS. T» a finer country, wrth'grftnder scenery. *h«l SS^iinah more butslneea centers and pleas- JBE'SSttSK^SS^- EZ. Mc Qregor, Austin and Owatonna. Through Palace Coaches and Sleeping Cars Of the Best and Track Perfect. KV-Conncding at St. Panl and Minneapolis wife Orw OrriCE—118 East Jackson St., corner Third &***' A. f.l "1 IK.^ rre ori7 AWt) .- 'v** yLkw' luaxo&ch^vm ••:. @I8M&MeX, 1* n! f»rf J£IFEIR7| FEED. Watches, docks, Jewelry, Tfae €anada§, Anil all Eastern and Southern Points, and Tbe Great Northwest! Connecting in Chicago with all Eastern and Sooth era Lines. Two Through Express Daily at pjmi follows: Chicago Day Cxprw* 10:10 *. m. (Daily except ^undaj.) Arrive c355? »}|M -J*1*eMept Saturday.) Arriv...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 March 1876

UOCAL AFFj THSW£ATH£*- imm mivtn -»i »wi. Barometer, 80.04*. fl a napkin. W efec ou lo Lommodort Holway. .. B«i Branca XXXX flour only $4,00 The Grand fcutka Piawdealer kaa en 4arg«d and i» iiuw quit© •udread abie paper. Large and complex stocfc of groceries at J. W»Kajmonu A Uo's. A dauoe. »ill b« ii,Vb" the The largest a*u o*»i elected stock ot canned goods west ol Chicago at J. W &a> mond & Co'a. W. A. Peterson has conatructed a mall steafhboat lor Co^. fii-uily, ©I Fort Bice, which is as novel aa it ta |»»geuiua. The cry is spring-poiu ted •"J?** Te?**T***r"'1 iImi hmsi4Hf HMB Vtlwfcjf V' W^'lapk. Total IliiMM Tr™J|T\| b2 Awrfge direction of WMid. Herts. «V ^fT*-* le«peraf»**. 6 «*uap«m«K.» 4.5 SMITH. ObserverSergt/S^fervioe, U.S. A. j, g. WmttUX^rmMk lutefeoiBg. Tbe snow |»low Mi Crystal Springs this morning «»*iy ««e ifemaa«4 Mi«eW Shirt® at bed nek prioes at Dam Kuembebo's. Wanted—Some left-handed broad­ est*. Enquire of W m. Meserve. Choice XXXXti ur-otily $*•*• j...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

VOL. 3. js, A I K.H£ A I A BRIUBLICAK NBWSrAMC* MfcfcU bf tbb nsiiRCK tftnmn co ni-wmiTAW VUKLI. tiM NHSI M-VnU| V«IU| ••mum ...wg iyw st£ lanote 1 ••••Jfci l.H glniiaeuiltaifiMcr.Mcifli ItburlfdiM Invar mbiv NOTBS AltD MEWS. The ftmlian mint* ter at TIMII is to be created wHiuMiilor Active prep«nti«nii in Making it Memphi* for the carnival text Turn day. The Oarlist leaders 8*b*U*tt PinsK Iforal and Liaarraga have entered France. The submarine cable between Sydney •ad N?w land has b*en hUccwwfaHjf laid and opened for ir»ffi". Tbe OarltH neral Ui»rreg-»rjr hw taken r«fuge on Picneli suit. Th« G«r list cause is considered hopeleKwly lost. Rev. Charles \iellvatn, son of the late Bishop ot 0n-s 4 of pneumonia at l'owanda, PeMusvlvaui*. It is aiiitiuti43«ii uui the Vatican ktfl iutoi'ioed »n Carlos iliitt lie ou^bt to stop ttghtiug iM«r in *i success ta bope lean. The CoritinHnU!^ and WauhtngKMi artillery of New Orleans paraded ad fired a salute tu bowor ul^VmtbiugWii birthday. The Repu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

"v.* Have justBepeivecl.tHeir Full Stock of Fall and Winter uoOds, .Ever Brought into Market. Biibracinf Am^ty other Things 000 Sacks Flour 400 Sac]:t orn. 2000 Bushels ats, 2 Oftr .Loads Ore and Feed. 75 Bbls 50 Chests Tea, Syrups and Molasses, Bacon. Hams, Fish, Salt, Cranberries. Canned Goods, Raisins, Prunes. Spices and anything, ?n fact. Wantedin tfie Fancy Grocery Line. THBIR STOCK OF SET GOODS Embraces Ladies' ORE^S G01!3 of a most every texture, including th'2 LATEST dl'Yi-ES of PRINTS GINGHAMS. POPLINS JAPANESE SILKS ALPAOAS ION A CLOTHS, SERGE ENGLISH CASSIMERESj WATER PROOF*, &C. Si 1 50 Bbls Mess Pork, 25 Bbls Wliite Beans, 50 Bbls Assd. Crackers, 50 Bbls Apples, 25 sacks'Rio Coffee, 50 daddies-Plug Tobacco, lO cases Smoking Tobacco,, lOO 006 Assorted Cigars. IT &C. a Ladies' and Gents' Underwear and furnishing Goods of* Every Mature. LARIGAlf TOWELING, TABLE CLOTHS NAPKINS• ANiy NOTIONS. CLOTHING For all GUMMS of People fcr Old Hen and Boys, Yoxrng Men, Vcrk- lu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

*W NOT EM AMD MEWM. ——%pftteii^BMW"'j'Miwfai D4f««MsifH meSBimm^MbMH ,t .^. rv..? #t firitfri :ffl r- ^.Tsj fyt tV!^af/.S,,f,»l4 .^tMtfajr wae^W.OOjll., -jy.Q'/ It is •Bill, P.* Brewster, who represented the 0*wego and Oueid* district of Now ,/York in congress from 1836 lo 1843, died Sunday. ... Among the victims by the explosion of the bo.ler of the steamer Strath Clvde, M«s. Green, daughter of Dion Bouccicault. The funeral «C Charlotte Cushtnan, nV Boston, Sonday, wan largely attend­ ed by pr« uiinent .cif* nil, including "Governor K»ceatid other State officers. The report* of tlie losaof life by the florth Cijde collision in the English Channel were exaggerated, probibly. Y'te «iea tat will fail short of forty in uuiier. nomas a rut John L*ughrey, who es eipid lr«»iu jill in otiklyn, New lurk, on U»e nigiii uf December 5th lasi while #4i in*) tor counterfeiting, hare been at rested. Intelligence from Cettings states that in consequence ot the representations •f Russia and Austria...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

!..W V." 'C vl. Jt 1 ., 'vi.0 V) X'\ vMtlbqMMlM fiov tfc« llpM* 4* **rj: tr|egy*plb*te Um air, RirN oan t*ll airf y*, Rt*»fmdpNc«i7yM« And ail ithp 4» NImM J«a. Yankee IWimII« u«k a car. Tkoafitl lie fomcr. T«bk IfM e'rr -t 4 0*4 And Htnpped al evwry eeratr. Kill take aw if 1 deal Think h*i atrial ri»*jr Yrnv'Ihi' in the *h like thto, lost a watch 44 Ttioagh Bikti jM irWky.* Yankee Docdle Mir a girl. WcsHac af a poll buck barn my buttoua it th taint Belter than a amle ii»ck Cern«t»lka twlat her hair, BiOHitm ran rua her, Striped Mocking* end her up W«uder where the/ leand her Yankee Dvdle went to church, llr»rd ffiwn preacher -IIJ Pitch I prefer *u any mcfa Id crratnre. JTaiae ltir on her bri't, lii-w she'll roar anl 'ller B«.t slit- I'hawed her hUbltand op, A thlllin'ur a d«ll*ir 88( *.' "'1 igte tat 'a-iuwtv.'' ta«» f. Bknarek, S. T., Mar. 8,1$76 —If. T. Graphic Qen. Caiter4s Errand. Wkr e?ef tn»y be ohjt-et of Gen OIIMC mission to Port LHICOIII it in alt probahie that he is »o be...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

r«r/c Heal Piriiet Of IVOtlf W» A4t ,«Maa 4 wintinc tA uH FRED. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, RES TAUR ANTS. henry" sagnier, FIRST CLASS French Restaurant. MEALS AT All. HOURS Board by Day or Week. €000 LODGING. n341y Forster's Restaurant Opposite Rattroad Depot, Bismarck, D. T. MPAT.S AT ALL HOtTRS Board by the Say or Week. GOOD LODGINGS. vSo5 BAKERIES. CITY BAKERY. Jobs Yegen, Front 81 wet, would announeo to the «Mmu cf Bismarck that he Is prepared to fill order tor oakee plea or fancy pastry on short notice guar­ anteeing satisfaction with reasonable charges. Vine Ight bread tea cent* a loaf or four loaves for twenty Ike cent*, 2D Sm RAILROADS. WILL SELL ON COMMISSION fetbckV Furni­ ture, iairid Mer chan" or Bifimtrck an4 Standing Rock Exprw* will l«Te regularly every teaday, rt turning Saturday. For freight «r paM«*ge apply aa ab »ve. T3 A TT_."B"5T ScIi JL-EsTIDRE DEALERS IN 9 AND Manufacturers of Tin,' Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. Miners' Outfits Complete. WisM&Bm* T. JEWELRY, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

•rw**r***:^ :., •.- We hear it whispered *h*t a «M9lnp the tacky man? ''1 T" Covetfthe weather, ami we^Vody getting ready to wurt on the for W Black HtM*. At leant 80# leave. •IXth will A. L. BomwUfon arnred from the ea#i last Thursday ereuui*. o%m» by fail far a* Janata wit from, be act fee ataged it t*» Biitm ifok. C. W. D*r|liter, C. S. Indian Agent, 0. A. King, cletk and Oftan. Reynolds, Mout, c*roi?dvwfi from Fort B*rtholfl Friday. Mr. Darling is •nhtowaj east. Mr. Woods, ©I Louixville, KJm has lo­ cated in ataarck, and is ahuu.t to oj»e" a wholesale liquor store. He has germ #ri the building formerly known as the tUilroad fioose. Frank Moulton ba* leased twelve WafehomeH on the Atlantic dock, which would Keen* tt» indicate that he intends to have the trial icumeiita preserved, whatever may be the rpenae. The Merchant's'Hotol has recently teen midergoing a .transformation, and «i»w G'iff. stands on tt»«* Corner with a lactd Miwlie on hi* •'phw" aaying to the 4ars, 44comean I'ua...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

.r-jiij •s" '?5T™!ctT«4-Y .9' v,«r *c~l '•fjoil /X iFIE&EID- bakeries. CI BAKKltV. m\w*Vc1WJTiTrcV(St for ikespfcaor fancy pastry ou short notice*™. aiiteeiiiK satisfaction with rensonfiMe charts Fn* Ight bread ten cents a loal or four ioares for cents. railroads. Chicago, Milw,tte ani St. Paul bailwat. THt GMVT THROOOH LIMB BBTWBBH Chicago, New York, New Ei»slan*» Tlic And til Through P*l*ce Coaches and Bleeding Ca»» Of the Best uiid Track PciTcct. OoniMCting at 9»- P.". A. W QeA yoor Tickets of Bummer JEWELRY, WATCHES, drC. Canada?, Bostern Southern Points, and l.he Great Northwest! Connecting in Chicago with all Eariero and Jouth «ra Llne». «i_ Two Through Express Daily THE ONLY THROUGH LINB BBTWBEN CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE. StPAUL AND MINNEAPOMS. It traverses a finer tad paw.es ihr«-uah CPOT^|^hc^t°^L»d^l«w- MO™- Ni.rthwertern Line. Awl •re resorts, «ai. any other NortJ.werternu tlie only Railway Lmh: tr*i« of |lHke RE ATr Till A*" Pr«ri« £regor, Auktiu and Owatonna. •. H. CARPENT...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 March 1876

BisoiairduD.-*.. Ita?* 1 LOCAL, AFFAIRS. KAMI 9. 1W. S4.o4tf. Haj. Walker hse ft few* «f .•«* I# Chin*. $m thownd Hweeu iMrti bed prion li Harry Byron, Ui« Deu»it lioilw^, is paying Buiaan'k v's A.L. 1 Parties having Household gaeda te -ytntn bvinie thrwt to the Arcade. BokusIIw Harness, Saud«es. BrWlwi and Wag* •m at the Arcade. 11 Ifai. Diekey, trailer at Beaver Ofeek, jrt abakiug hands with hie Bidaierch friends. Look out for a shake u| soon, several parties are writing here for business hou*es. Blsek Hitlers go to the Arcsd* for supplies! J. it. Osrnahan, our efficient telegraph •Operator, has heen Hieing up and beauti fjTiog hta oit*. lir. Davidson hss resumed hie posi­ tion aw Station Agent at thi* peiut. Mr. Selby, osshier, wi A be here soon. Six cases ol Oontlenaed Milk, cheap at he Arcude. A private ol *'K" troop, Pt, Lincoln, 4tt*ze his liuib* lo tad that he will pruto ably los» both !eet. If you want to get good bargains ge lo the A cade. Ool. Wilsou leaves on the next tr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

VOL. 3. I Si|e$t$marck tribune. A BKIUBLICAN KRWOPAPBR, Bahltabed by THE BISMABCK TRIBUNE TRIWEEKLY AMD WEEKLY. HMOum« ruw: Tri-Weefcly Weeklf BMitba t*.M I 1 year mnntlii 6 60 I Single wpb« of cither, W MM BabacttpUoua Invar sbljr In idrMMc. CO .$s.w 1.25 Col. Lounsherry, Mayor Mr Lean and J. W. Watson, who went Bant six weeks ago, on business connected with the Black Hills business, Lounsherry and McLean extending their trip to Milwau­ kee, Chicago and Wash ogton, returned on Monday. All are well and seem to have etjoyed their trip immensely. They exu« ct that the townsite case will be taken up and derided about the 15th of April. They met Gen St irk in Chi­ cago. and found hun cut fident the rail­ road would be extended this reason, the intention be ng to build five hundred wiles of road. The expediti ions under Crook*, Gibbon and Custer being in* fended cooperate in the Big H«»rn region *nll result in opening that country to settlement, even before the Black Ilil's can be legall...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

SET ICcLEAK & HACKIDEE, BISMARCK, ». T. Have just Received their Full Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, The Largest Stocle Ever Brought into Market. B.ibr&cinp' Among other Things 600 vioKh Flour 400 Hacks orn, 200 »Bus? els ats. 2 Gi~ oa 4 Ground Feed. 75 I-)ls "igar, 50 C. Tea, 50 Bbls Mess Pork, 25 Bbls White Beans, 50 Bbls Assd. Crackers* 50 Bbls Apples, 25 acks Rio Coffee, 50 caddies Plug Tobacco, lO cases Smoking Tobacco, 100 OOO Assorted Cigars. Syrups and Molasses, Bacon, Hams, Fish, Salt, Cranberries, Canned Goods, Raisins, Prunes, Spices and anything, »n fact, Wantedin the Fancy Grocery l,no. THEIR STOCK ©Y SET GOODS Lai lies' Dili? 53 GOOD^ of a most every Lexlnvv, jn«]u«H'»g thi LATES t' 8FYItiS of PX*X NTS GZN&HAXS POPLINS A PM N BSE SILKS, AG AS IOWA CLOTHS I ENGLISH SERGE, CASSIMERESj WATER PROOF* &C., &G. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear and Furnishing Goods of Every, Nature. LARIGAN TOWELING, TABLE GLOTHS NAPKINS. AND NOTIONS. CLOTHING For all damef Pi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 March 1876

WK IM Ollt IKIQBMHIS, »ur* yyiiii^ih'V Th^H^nts «fan Street. n*« a (le«Mit« u((f VtoiaiL*))') •iiV *f »'V -A. Novel ByJlA&BIET BBB02S3 &XQWE, AaO^ TMrtOtbU,* **feljr Wtfraai 1," *».«•« v-.- CHAPTER XVIir 1 MW riBHT nVIUOAT. The RrflderooHV first "Evening" was social MiccrtiM. The little parlors were radiant with the thewoodfii*, which gleamed and flashed and made facet* it itself' its tlie tall, old fashioned •ndiron«, arid g»v« picturesque tints to the room. Eva's tea-table was spread in one cor­ ner, dainty with lU white drapery, and with her pretty wedding present of ehina upon it—Vmt china like Mikh -Dor eis 1 VaiiherheydenN, ot the real old Chinese fabric, but china from the mod trn improventeiiio of Piris, and so •domed with violets and glasses and field ll W«t* UiHt it made a December tea-table Imtk I ke a meadow where one eould pick -bouquets. Every separate tea cup and t-»u« er an artist's study, and a topic Tor conversation. The arrangements of 'ti rooms had beeu a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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