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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1876

I^Psmarckiritome. Bismarck. D. T.jJuly26,1876.. LOCAL. AFFAIRS. A full line of Bottled Imported Ales at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Telegrams are expected every hour announcing the result on the townsite appeal. One cent postage will hereafter carry any ordinary sized paper. .Wiree TRI­ BUNES will go for one cent under the new rates. That line old iye whisky at,the Sfe. Louis Liquor. Stove holds nsrreputation better than any ever brougk: to tfitg country. —I .It is now stated that Rain-in-the-Fj$e ctttrout To&fOuster's'heart, fixed it ^oole and/hjtd a v^'daHW over it. H6*V,as the*' one, no^oubT^ho was dressed in Tpni's clotH'os to wn'om De Budio calledand recovved a-vol ley. ft* '**. fyi "X? £''lS 'The veteran smokers ft"i3ismarck Vfcilf be'pl^ftsed to know, that^ij. Walk er has put*-»iri a ne^,..invoic© ~i)f Moss RtfSe Cigajtis^ They heed no recomen Jjdon^ ,ss. Messrs JIaloy Brokers £FFe*ii social ho at th^vnew hote) btfUdlng this (Tuesday) evening."""^The boys have pressed Ben...

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. — 2 August 1876

VOL. 4 ®l)eii0iiuiwfe«rftowe. A BEPUBL1CAH *1*8*17**. PUBUfHtO EYEKT W1MSSDAY BY iHE BISHASCK f*MAnnl.i»H C. A. LOUKBllSBKT, Xdttor in^ Mwfv. 8IR«BCiPTioa raica: One Year. .. Six Months...... ................ KUTfKpoW) B. HAV^S. W WCT.I'—IIIIIIT/ WILLIAM A' frttBfeiiBi. foftll feun*ltrfsfeeh Is bead. spirit supports Hayes Last years appropriation* were extended to cover expenses to foiytHst. The Sioux in Dakota number 40,000 and occnpj! 4'J,000,000 acres ol land./ Thirteen persons were killed by a cloud burst in! through a reliable contraband. Gnfchilndrid'yeai-s ago there tferte btfttwo steam engine'sbi the- United Stattia. «i Brick Pomeroy issues-attaltr eatapalgn paper opposition to Tilden and flqndricfcs. Thar ftwlion. The House refused to suspend the rules to consider it. Flood and O'Brien, the Bonansa Kings, wer*worst «d to th$ recent eifctlou. 4f thesavage mlohi&g c*m pany, by the Keen party. The Indians claim to have killed sixty white men in and tbout the Blade Hills si...

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. — 2 August 1876

fi$ W. Bismarck, &. 'ftj WOW IT'S BUSINESS. The Indians have made their bed and they mist lOtfown in it though bloody btfttw blRTi^ts aiid not #al» ly realize the power of the*governmtot ijairist Whip.h'tUey ifctfilt n6t%e the fault Uho^ in W thority,^.. The policy J# Bistoarck Tribune adopted. I- •. .thelndi^ so. far Sioux ite concerned, ha?e t^ert Wip6i out and those thai were have became mpr* postsVor .ttjdse that justice requires should be fed or cloth­ ed. Er«q((biog connected, witil the In­ dians and^their agencies hisbeen turn ed over to the military authorities and hereafter those at the agencies will be fed and clothed on correct principles. Those with the hoatiles will be aUowejl to come in when they are willing to take the position of prisoners of war, and when tjiey come in they will be re­ quired to surrender not only their arms, as an earnest of'their desire for peace, but their ponies also. The posts will all be strengthened— that at Standing Bock to a six company...

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. — 2 August 1876

N nmtmsm&bem&sz j.To.^D4a?fM«fi sold, Ac rOSEPH LANDRE—Harness making. Repah log done. Work (pAraatje^73r$ £}. £T ,g 7.B£Ald^#^V^^^tind Retail JD&dtraitti GroddMes, Provisions, Liquors and •Cigars. „.. Boots, 8tiys Qj^rw aji^gg^ry. di gars. BilliardU _j» BROISSEAU-W^ M^iWDr^HW.' t-% '7-Mi .-' IP J^M-TOMfcU, s»l* Md ffdallifalar In Float. feed, Batter fte., Ac. ^ijli djyiHiB^11 communicate with (bit '^7- r*T A /^LABK«OO0t-^CMl# Fourth Street and VSnepih Ave.* two lAteb item tteiMMr of Pity. LINTON A Co»—CWPISIII Mile add BelAll deafersin Lime wk Cement. No. 9 Wi Korth. ,,. St. Paul Easiness Directory. CRAIG CAMPBELL, %n A FIRST CLASS SHAVING HALL Where none but the Most Com­ petent Workmen are Em­ ployed, Hot and Gold Baths, LADIE8' HAIR DRESSING, AO. HENRY SAGNIER, The 6nly First Class French Restaurant. In tbe City MEAXSATAIX Board by Day or Week. Just received a Urge stock of French Imported goods, NnshrooDS, Ftrnz town Mes b^TcL^ f*W r: nepite IVK^ two WodM flmn tMJwa...

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. — 2 August 1876

gfreftemortfegritowe. Bisoisuroke D« T« J^iuc* 2i 1876a -sss==xs=s===s=^isistt=±ssami' (•ia.# ne w* Retailifotlers and ^ver ine|]ft# large BiSck of, ng«o|typt reduced pric store. ^$ajor must mike roemsf# bu 'he.fe 1 LOCAL. AFFAIRS* Fine did Burgttwdjt, Port» «i»4 fto agon4 Sherries LoutotMtt«T tfept. JMnv Fiihor wu married it -•ton R*id», Mich. td lltit JHf 'j* 17th afc__ §Uto* MM*! Wwdfffwu —-W*". 'be Jtiyn* Iodt^eftdei tie Reilr#«L hos Mr eeUengfth !MT*»*peiisv tieate ctft reciGq attendee, hHfoo«tioii trattrtnf. &m**K*tou cr I met ff0y dilHpe he re he MMMI, but oo addition ties -wqfebe granted. jjphe be aa^MTellowstend post oua* t^peverkJuindred car ehfuld ers now the St. even] fat FajH^JTbu s/rSverybody- is a ^cDfiplete Access. rned otOnd e*erj$ody effjtyedjfeftii' Ives: TBe attendee was nott-ogly 4arge-but -t&e music- was good tand '& 1,' i£,rr VV p&ited umWffy. itt^iag^jbel^ Major Welch, and tfapt. Md&enald of •jha jraadt»TT jMou ted Poiice, arriv«d Thtirjyd...

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. — 9 August 1876

VOT,_ A. New Historical Societ .~-p- ic. A REPUBLICAN HfWiPtfll. POTLIBHM EVERY WKBNK8DAY BY THE BI8HARCK TRlBtiNE CO., C. A. LOCN8BESST, Idltor and Manager. 8CB80«MOM PUCK: One Year...... Six If oaths.... .v 0° IMmk A. LowWrrrt Bismarck, Dakota Territory. flM RepvUlcan National Ticket. COR PRMIDENT, MJTHG RFORD B. HAYES. ¥OR VICE PRESIDE?, WILLIAM A* WHtELER. ftepubltcan Territorial Convei Uon. A RepubHpan Tei^ial hvWy called to meet In thfciovn of Vewbaon^ ter­ ritory, OB Thursday, August 24th, 18T6J for the purpose of nominating a candidate for delegate in CODgress, and other territorial office**, Thte ratio of representation in each county in the territory will be as follows: ArnMtrpog .,.1 Ha™00 1 Bon Homme 4 Hutchinson Brookings l|&ke Buffalo 1 Lincoln 10 Barnes Minnehaha 8 Buileigh 7 Moody 1 Brule Pembina 4 Black Hills 3 Richland '4 Charles Mix 1 Stutsman 1 -Cass 6 Sully 1 Clay Traill 1 Davison 1 Turner 4 Ofand Forks *2 Union 11 Grant 1 Yankton 11 All who love those grand...

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. — 9 August 1876

Bismarck, D. T.,' Aug. 9, 1876. THE TOWN SITE DECISION. At the present writing, Thursday, it appears the Bismarck townsite case was decided by the Secretary of the Interior on the 27th ait. The decision^ gives to the corporate authorities the Hackett quarter section and the west half of the Proctor quarter to E. A. Williams the east half of the Proctor quarter to Dennis Hennafin the Craw eighty to Jackman his eighty. We do not intend to enthuse over this decision, certaiuly not until we know more about it, but will concede that such a decision is so near the square thing, that if made, our townsite diffi­ culty is virtually at an end. Forbearance will need to be exercised, however, and all parties should be willing to concede something for the general good. While we hare never sympathized with Mr. Hackett in his claims, anc have not believed that he stood any show for success, we do believe that he was acting in good faith in the matter, and that it is good policy for the city to tr...

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. — 9 August 1876

BUSINESS CAR\ JW. EAYMOSJlB4 00., lowed on tiqw iepfaMa, fcllto1 .Bold' *cfc '--n,' J^EAii ft PETWbN, «*a«hd! S JF. M. AGENCY—Sewing Machines for sale or rent. Sewint: Machine Extras, ice. 08EPH LANDRE—Harness making. Bepah ing done. Work guaranteed. 3rd St. REARDON Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Cigars. rHITE M.n.,. CLARK DICKEY—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci­ gars. Billiards. Next door to Capitol Hotel. BROISBBAU—Wines, Liquors and Ci Mroni Jkg*. kc.i ho find it to their laici est to vommui house before purchasing elsewhere. HOUSE—Corner fourth Street and Hen­ nepin Ave., two Blocks from the Aeademy of Maslc. Only lint class Two Dollar House, New, -elegantly furnished, and situated In the finest por Uon.fth.Olt LINTON n,. 4 CO.—Commission C. OSWALD, Whaiewle dealer .In Beurbon and' Rye Whiskies, BNOdtau Qltf, WJaes and Ok Washington Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn* St. Paul Bosinm Directory. CRAIG A LARKIN—Importers and dealers in Crockery, French China, Glassware...

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. — 9 August 1876

U. Bismarck. D. T.j Ausr. 9,1876i LOCAL AFFAIRS. Mr. Gager is running the water bus inessnow,having purchased of Thomas Gilbert. The half of the row of buildings in which the Brainerd Post office was in, Sherwood Block, was destroyed by fire last week. John Fay put up his new billiard table, the finest in the city,on Monday. Headquarter attractions are bound to take a leading position. Geo. Henry has openeda sample room next door to the Merchant's Hotel. The location is a good one and George sets forth a tempting lay-out. Numerous gold cetificates have reach* ed Bismarck from the mint within the past few days, and we notice Tthe prbves much finer than was anticipated ranging from 878 to 897. A corporal and a'colored woman had a fight at Standing Rock a few days ago, but the TRIBUNE has too much re­ spect for! .itself to publish the details furnished 4j$r two or Twice the TRIBUNE has reported Char­ ley Brown as having gone to the Yel­ lowstone, but he is still here. In fact Charley l...

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. — 16 August 1876

VOL. 4 Stpifeittaak&itame* A UPUBUCAH NKWBPAFIX, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. LOUN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. S0B8CBIFTI0X P*IC«: One Year J® Ss Months 1 W Addica: C. A. LoWirterry, Binarck, Dakota Territory. Tke RefnMican RatBowl Tickit. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER. NOTES AND NEWS* Grasshoppers infest Alabama. Libby prison is now a sumac grinding mill. The wetfera ccunties of Iowa are devastated by grasshoppers. Lot. 8. Bayless has been confirmed Receiver of Public Moneys at Yankton. The loss from the Brainerd fire Is estimated at from #15,660 to $ 20,000. His stated that over half the members of the Bemoctmtic party are greenbackers. Eigat car loads of excursionists from Indiana, a visit to Gov. Hayes last week. The population of Turkey is: Mussulmans 1,862, 446 nou-Moslem 2,4*3,346. Women not counted. Story's evening pap*»r has suspended. "Could not compete with the ether dailies," nor the people w...

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. — 16 August 1876

Illinois, by act of February tecJ 1850, the i-1 Avill 3, 1809, formed as a Territory from the Territory of Indiana. Alabama, by act of March 3, I8I7 was formed as a Territory from the Territory of Missouri. Arkansas, by act of March Wisconsin, by act of April formed as a Territory Washington, by act of March Dakota, by act of March Arizona, by act of February act Montana, by act of May 1S6S.* II operation in the proposed territory and an•.mgements for extensious acitsit th" Territory have been made. Other roade are also projected, particularly thra. Chicago and Northwestern, which is already completed to Lake Kampesta ind will terminate probably at Bismarck. The population of the proposed territa rv is not less than twelve thousand, and 1 am confident that was 2, 1S19, formed as the Arkansas Territory from Territory of Missouri Florida, by act of March 30, 1822 formed as a Territory from the territory ceded by Spain The Indian country or territory is not an organized political divis...

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. — 16 August 1876

N BUSINESS CARBS. J•W. RAYMOND ft CO., Bankers. Interest al lowed on time deposits, Kuhtngt bought and sold. Ac jjSAL ft F1T11S0N, 6aa aid U* lahlu. SM.e AGENCY—Sewing Sathiaeaf»riato arrant. S in Machine Ixtras, Ac. JOSEPH LANDRI—Harness making. Repah ing done. Work guaranteed. 3rd St. JDealers F. REARDON A Co. Wholesale and Retail in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors and Cigars. BOOTS AND SHOES. MARSHALL, Manufacturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery. SAMPLE ROOMS, WHITE yur M. CLARK EWELL CAMPBELL, M82 4-C. A DICKEY—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci­ gars. Billiards. Next door to Capitol Hotel. J) BR0I88EAU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Minneapolis Business Directory. FULLER.—Commission Merchant, Whole- Jl* sale and Retail dealer in Flour, feed, Butter 1-iggs, Ac., Ac. Northern Pacific dealers wUl find it to their Interest to communicate with this 'iouse before purchasing elsewhere. HOUSE—Corner Fourth Street and Hen­ nepin Aye., two Blocks from the Academy of Music. Only first c...

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. — 16 August 1876

Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 16,1876. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Fargo is to hive a Democratic ram palgn paper E.D. Barker the editor. Fred Hollemback has opened a drug store in the Black Hills. Fred knows the wants of the people and can sup ply them. Lost* A coat belonging 4o the undersigned. Five dollars reward will be given for returning the same to John AStoyell. J* d* ABN* A social ball will be given by Malloy Bros, at the W estern House on F:riday evening, Aug. 18tb, 1876. Tickets, $1.50. All are invited. Black Hills Tribunes of July 20, the latest from the hills, have just been re­ ceived. It is chock full oft news from the mining camps. They can be had at this office. .. •. Last Tuesday afternoon.Bismarck was visited by a terrible gale of wind. Aside frem blowing in James Marshall store front and leveling a few fences and out­ buildings, no damage was done. 1876. ESTABLISHED 1872. COMPLIMENTS OF James A. Emmons, Wine and Liquor Merchant, Bismarck. D. T. An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leary...

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. — 23 August 1876

VOL. 4. ®{je$i0tttarcklrttmttt. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. L0UN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. S0B8CBIPTI0V PBICK: One Year W 00 8ix Months 1 00 Address: C. A. IiOunsberry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. The Republican National Ticket. FOR P£K8HEN^ RUTHERFORD R. HAYES. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER. NOTES AND NEWS. It is now written "Shammy Tilden." Indian troubles are apprended in Texas. 'Col Fred Grartt, it is reported, is or­ dered to Texas. Both of Iowa's senators voted to ac­ quit Belknap. Ool. E. D. Antltony is the Republican nominee for governor of Kansas. Eighty hours from ocean to ocean is the time made by the lightning express train. The Minneapolis Tribune has been reduced four columns and one side prin­ ted in St. Paul. An enterprising fellow in Sioux City has got a small menagerie of animals caught in the Yellowstone country in­ cluding a couple of small grizzlies The governor of Lowers California telegraphs th...

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. — 23 August 1876

24rth. 3ty*PtoardiMmt& Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 23,1876. The Pembina bill is certain to pass at-the December session of (7ongress. The Senate has already passed the bill, and the House committee on territories has agreed to report it" favorably. It was not passed at the late session be­ cause the Democrats had determined to keep the appropriations down to. the lowest possible point and the passage of this bill would have added fifty to seven ty-five thousand, as a session of the leg­ islature would have to be provided for, After the Presidential campaign is over there will be no occasion for disagreea ble economy. Hard times will prevail so long as the Democratic policy to cut off all appro priations of land, credit or money in­ tended to carry on works of a public nature prevail. It isatheir nature to stop^ railroad constructions, to stop western progress, to stop public im­ provements of every nature, thereby throwing millions of people out of em­ ployment, intensifying the distr...

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. — 23 August 1876

W P. ir BUSINESS CARTIS' JW. RAYMOND CO., Bankers. Interestjd lowed on time deposits, Exchange bofcght an* sold, fte j^EAL ,A PETERSON, Gnu and Lock Smith*. M. AGENCY—Sewing Machines for sale or rent. Sewing Machine Extras, Ac. JOSEPH LANDRE—Harness making, ing done. Work guaranteed. 3rd St. J• LINTON N JO. Repah P. REARDON & Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors and Cigars. BOOTS ANB SHOES. JH MARSHALL, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery." SAMPLE ROOMS, 4r'C. HITE A DICKEY—Pure Liquors, choicest Ci­ gars. Billiards. Next door to Capitol Hotel. BROISSEAU—Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Minneapolis Business Directory TIT M.FtJLLER.—Commission Merchant, W) irx« sale and Retail dealer in Flour, feed, B*r Eggs, Ac., Ac. Northern Pacific dealers will find it to their lnterestto comraonicat* with this house before purehaMn* elsewhere. -r CLARK HOUSE—Corner fourth Street and Hen nepin Ave., two Blocks from the Academy of Music. Only lira...

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. — 23 August 1876

gjje $i*tttartk ®ritome Bismarck, D. T.j Aug. 23, 1876. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Fine Stationery in endless varieties at Hollemback's drug store. Lifting match to night at do'clock at Griffin's Hall. $50 a side. (Nothing is so soothing to a man's nerves «s a good cigar. Hollemback keeps the best. The retail cigar and tobacco dealers will do well to examine the new stock 311st receiyed at Hollemback's drug store. The dance at the Western Hotel Fri­ day night was largely attended and a pleasant time was had by all who were present. We call attention to the adveatise ment of Geo. Garver. Though George has but recently started in business he has gained hosts of friends. Capt. Spaids and Doc Jennings are delegates from the Black Hills to the Republican Territorial Convention. They are now in Yankton. The "Ouster Senate Room" is what Geo. Henry calls his place. It is one of the most pleasant resorts in the city. Joseph Hare, one of the victi.ns of the Brainerd fire has taken up his abode in Bismarc...

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. — 30 August 1876

VOL. 4. ®he|i0tnarck5IrU)UttC. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLI8HED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Editor and Manager. 8UB8CBIPTI0B PBICB: One Year 12 00 Six Months 1 00 Moody, Address: C. A* Lounsberry* Bismarck, Dakota Territory. The Republican National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. WHEELER. TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. The Territorial convention which as­ sembled at Vermillion on'the 24th inst. was largely attended. On the first for­ mal ballott for delegate to Congress, Hon. J. P. Kidder, the present delegate, received 86 of the 97 votes cast, Mr. Hughes, of Elk Point, receiving eleven votes, all from Union and Yankton counties.^The nomination was made unanimous? The following Territorial ticket was put in nomination: For Superintendent of Emigration, Mr. Cross, the present incumbent for Com­ missioner, Mr Holes, of Fargo both without an opposing vote. For Treas­ urer, E. A. Sherman, of Sioux Falls for Auditor,...

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. — 30 August 1876

Ii)i |t0tnartJi Srilmne. Bismarck, D. T., Aue- 30,1876. Our Centennial Letter. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 6.—I have been enjoying myself during the past week famously. I have worked the Centennial into apple pie order. I have reduced it to a decimal. I might tell you that the main building is 1896 feet long and ever so many feet wide that Machinery Hall is only a trifle smaller, and many other interesting and valuable pieces of infor­ mation, but I won't do it. I have all these things written down in my note book, because the correspondents here say that each and every blessed one of them has sent just such information to their respective journals, but I am ala­ baster. I would scorn to hurl dry sta­ tistics at your feead, because I know no one would remember them even if they should read them, and I would not take advantage of a poor cripple witji a sick mother, and then, it is really unnecessa­ ry, since all such information can be obtained from the "Official Guide to the Exhibition," whi...

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. — 30 August 1876

furnish 1 Western Hotel, Malloy Brothers, Proprietrs, Main Street, BI8WAXQK, D. T. This Hotel is New, weH tarnished, and the table# supplied with the best the market affords. Priees Reasonable. PETER BROSSEAU, Baker and Pastry Cook, Bakery on Fifth Street, Bismarck, T. Having re-opened my Battery I am prepared to Bread/Cakes, Pies, and everything in the way of Pastry. BeiDg a first-class Baker and having a large experience in the business I can satisfy all. SEIIRIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Dis­ trict Court in and for the County of Burleigh and Territory of Dakota, upon a judgment issued and docketed in said court on the 17th day of May, 1876, in a certain action wherein H. P. Douglas was Plain­ tiff and C. P. Hobart was Defendant, in favor of said Plaintif and against Aid Defendant for the sum of Four Hundred and Eighty-one and 91-100 Dollars, and also. decreeing and ordering that a certain Frame Building and appurtenances situated on Lots One and Two, in...

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