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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 15 November 1876

J3irmarckf Di lfov*9!8^876. monthly Weather Sy*»p«i». BlflUUtlf OCTOtM, 1ST6." O Ifean Barometer, Jiy.765 Highest Barometer, 30.M2 'Lowest Barometer, 29A2-J Monthly range of Baroineter, 7.515 Mean Temperature, #0 75. Highest Temperature T4 deg. Lowest. Temperature 14 deg. Monthly Range of Temperature. 60 dep. Oreatet* daily Range of Temperature, 4SC Mean of Maximum Temperatures, 5(i.5b" Mean of Minimum Temperatures, 28.19. Mean daily range of Temperature,28.48. Total Rainfall, or meltjed Snow, .80 Inches. Pvevaifieg Wind, Northwest Total numlm* of tulles traveled, G,»8v Maximum velocity of wind 6» miles per hour. Number of days on which rain fell, 11'. No of Cloudy Days other than those on which rain •fell, 3 No. of Auroras, one No of- Lunar Halos 3 Frost 4 should N. ft. BREWER," Observer., Gent's furnishing goods »t Da'rvBi^en berg's, 0. D, Hlyer has moved his boot'-and shoe shop on6 door (fast exit ijoith market. Lfcdies'. trimmed hits at Dan Eisen bcrg's. The best tobaccos in the...

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. — 22 November 1876

VOL. 4. ®ljeli0marcb®rU)Utte. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Editor nod Manager. BVBSCBiPTioa PBICB: One Year.... 00 Six Months .. .*. 1 00 In Address: C..A. lonhsberrf^ ttlsmarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. W isconsin gives Hayes 6000 majority. The news from Europe looks warlike Ohio gives only about 7,000 majority for Hayes. Two weeks yet before Florida will be heard from officially. Widow Butler, it Is said will be the ftrst wom»n in Congress. .. ., Boss Shepherd gets fire years extension from all of his credstwrs. Chit-f Clerk Avery, the whiskey ring tool, has been pardoned. Gen. Sheridan is in New Orleans and the would be rebels don't like it. A, M.Teller and J. B. Chaffee are the Senators elect from Colorado. Jeff Davis is coining home from Europe to settle the Presidential muddle. Six electors from the Southern States have never had their disabilities removed. Boss Shepherd has made aaVassignment. Liabil...

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. — 22 November 1876

Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 22 1876. ST. BLACK PAUL AND THE HILLS TRADE. The St. Paul papers, and St. Paul Chamber of Commerce have taken up this subject in earnest. It is well. Had they taken in ternst in it last spring the liens share of trade could have been secured with little difficulty. Mr. Drake in the interest of the Sioux road, however, endeavored to mislead the Chamber. He stated that the Sioux City road would soon reach a point on the Missouri eighty miles from the Black Hills, when as a matter of fact there is no point on the Missouri river nearer than one hundred and sixty miles to the mining region. St Paul has enjoyed direct connection with Yankton and Fort Pierre during the past summer but, we doubt if it has shipped a pound of merchandise by that rpiite while it has shipped many thou* sands via Bismarck. The fact is, through the enterprise of Cheyenne merchants, encouraged by the Union Pacific road, that locality has walked off with',every thing of value In connection- wi...

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. — 22 November 1876

Wester-n Hotei* Malloy Brothersy Proprietrs, Main Street, BISMARCK, D. T. This Hotel is New, well furnished* and the 'tablet supplied with the best the market affords. Prices Reasonable. JOHN C. OSWALD, Wholesale Dealer hi Bourbon! Rye Whiskies, Brandies, Washington Sins, Wines & Cigars. Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN SHIBTS! We are making the best quality of (Shirts to order, at Prices that TD&ty Competition! Satisfaction tioaranteed in Every CASE Send for Samples, Price List aad Wreetiods for Self-measurement. Fuller dctolifOMt MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 1ST. UUlUilVUVA^ Oeneral Dealer In LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, MOLDINGS, D66RS WINDOW Gt.AS$, PUTTt, NAILS, PAPER AND Building Material OF ALL KINDS. BISMARCK. DAKOTA. JOE. DIETRICH'S Omnibus Line, Leaves BISMARCK for FT. LINCOLN aV 9 A. M. and 2:80 P. M. Returning. Leaves Lines In atlU A. H. and 3:80 P. M. JOE. DBITRICH, Proprietor. CHRIS. m!OTT BARBERS Next door to Peoples Supply gtore, Bismarck, D. A FIRST CLASS SHMJNCI HALL Where none ...

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. — 22 November 1876

"Birinarck, D. T»» Nov. Ladies' a at 22r'1876. ChildrenV.furs at Eisen- foerg's. The' river closed on the 15th foiii •days earlier than last yeir. Ice and whiskey, vrtth the ice under­ foot dont iroi'k well together. Lt. Mauley has returned to Ripley with his detachment of the 20th Infan­ try. I'.. Blank townsite deeds may be had at the TBIBUNB office by the city- AUTHORITIES or others., Just received a fine ,!stock .ofjfutii#? at Eisenberg's. When Ben Jewell'returned to.Yank ton he found his wife- Wai eloped with .'a.handsomer man. A 6ne assortment of Toilet'QuiVts at Eisenberg's. ..VilL. •. The sleet, snow atid rain of the*past few days have left 'the streets in dec* dodly a slippery condition. A pony belonging to .Laus Johnson fell on the icy street* 'Sj&tlday »*nd died from the effect fit injuries received, A full line of Gent's Furnishlrig Goods at Ersetiberg's. 'tr./r 'yh C\ Lt.' Roach brought To4frA*)undred ponies from Standing Reck to Lincoln jlast week, surrendered Sinc...

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. — 29 November 1876

-Tsaers.* ..iaseu. .xwaaoi,* One 1 l''T 3 A REPUBLICAN NEW8PA^ML fcvjcwr we DW^LT T» T"w 7 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO^ C. A. One Year 7.T....If£'Oft' Six Moothi Jfi*M'^ I 00 Horatic Seomoar takes a wort sensible vnew'ofttie" present Election «wsddle. JI« 4oes.« not anticipate trq«Me«nd InmMhat th* Republicans rtafter.ftyit' *h4y«eaA-not aff«rA4o do scong i- The latent discovery of coal in Washington terri­ tory i§4n the vicinity.of the N. isq nally river^rSi) or 40 miles from iM-,moath. veins almost end!e«- in extern, very.' wicfofcod of a sa£e»idc *r •tidefif coal, IFVMT ed iu the territory. The telegraph line from W«rthington, Minn., to &oax Falls h««^een completed. Twelve to taieaty dollars «. month is paid for men to work in the "Wisconsin pineries, with twice the number ef applicants for situations that can be given *work. Any man- fit to beiPreeideat, or even a,, candidate for a great party for the -oflee, would prrfir to be counted out by fraud, rather than be courted liroy ...

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. — 29 November 1876

4 ®he fiamowlt ®rUutte. •whi ismarck, D. T., Nov. 29, 1876. BLACK HULLS STAGE AND TRANSPORTATION LINES. The Northern Pacific people have made arrangeuaents with Mr. Seims to put on a trapsportation line between Bismarck and the Black Hills, giving througbbills of lading from St. Paul, Chicago, New York, or other points, to Deadwood or'other points in tho Black Hills. A few teams will be put on the line this winter and one nundred 01 more in the spring. Mr. Seims is also prepared to put on a stage line, 'x'be .Minnesota Stage Company is also look* ing in this direction. Both, of course, have mail contracts in view. It is in­ tended to put on a line of stages which will run between Bismarck and Dead wood in forty-eight hours. This cat unquestionobly be done as the diRtanci is not to exceed two.bu'ndred and twen ty-five miles over one of the best roods in the world. Bismarck is ne.arer the goldfields by one hundred' ^and fifty miles than Yankton or Cheyenne, and there is no route which...

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. — 29 November 1876

Western Malif St^wi, •BISMARCK, D. WkablngtoD Avenue,'' MNtlfeATOUS, MINN SHIRTS! We we nuking (he Heat quality 6f /Shirts to order, at Prices that' -v XDofy Oortijpotltiojnk' Satisfaction Guaranteed in Ever Send'for simple",~Price""litjrt*ncl Direction! for Self-measurement.'... Fulled & SamMOBt In. MINNEAPOLIS 9 LADIES* HAIR DRESSING, AC. HENRY SAGNIER, The only First Class French Restaurant. In the City. MEAISAT AIX HOURS Board by Day or Weefc Jast received a large stock of French imported goods, Nosbroons, Asparagus, Peas, &c. T^J»..S door, North Forster's Restaurant Opposite Railroad Depot, Bismarck, D. *»*T5! AT AIL HOITRS Board by the Day or Week GOOD LODGINGS. •FRUITS, x? fr r^: F. MaOby Brothers, Proprietrs, This Hotel i« New, well fnrnlshefl, «d the tables •applied with the be«t the market juiorag. Prices Reasonable. JOHN Cv OSWALD, Wholesale Dealer in Bourbon! Whiskies, Brandies, 6ins, ffines4 .Cigars. r\:u INN N- Dunkleberg, General Dealer in, LUMBER, SHINGLES, t...

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. — 29 November 1876

.* I* Birtnarckj D. T« Nov. 29j 1876. I The boss cigars a tie Gem-. Hollembaek. Drnggist. Rescript ions Carefully Compounded at all hours A grand free lunch every night at the Gem commencing at 9 p. in. Williams finds you v" bii stack of tobacco, pipes fane}* goods, &c. ^to he^a grand success. T^e largest assortment of SmbUihg and Chewing Tobacco ever brbiigbt to this market will be found at the Geoj.,, A fine lot of Buffalo Overctatfr Just received at Wm. Harmon & Co's, A. Lincoln* A Dr. A. T. Bigelow, dentist,^ will be professionally in this place on Friday, Dec. 1st, and remain a few day»j' «!id .will occupy rt ge Bow en's office.^] Sitting Bull received .. majority' in the Pai'iitetJ Woods pfecinet Joe coffee Jfoi* want a good hot drink of any kind as its proprietors keep One df the best bars »n the city. Next door to the new harness shop. Enterprising frontiersmen will find a fine opening for money makingyin the. establishment of ranches at convenient points between Bis...

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. — 6 December 1876

fi 4 ,• VOL. 4. the A REPUBLICAN IHSWSPAPfcfc PtJBU&BED A KEPUBMI^y WKDNEgDAT ^rr -T VHE BISSIABCK xiliBrwfi.co., A. LOUK8BKR11Y. Editor and tliokge^' 8l Bf(0BirTl4 rates: One Year Six Months ..........••.•JiTf*.. s*™ Addrew: C. A. Lonnsberrjr, St. P«-tersb«rjt *nd Moscow took the eMftiw Rdsslaiii lo«n of $T8,00U,0u0. Over three rail I ion ddtlars of drinks were cold on' the Centennial grounds. Lt. Badu, of the 5th Cavalry, died at Fort Dodge, Kansas, on the 12th imt. Qen. Sheridan has returned from New Orleans leaving Gen. Knger in command. GwV. Stearnes. of Florida/ a satl yt of Maine and lost au arm atWinchester. The New YorK WotM thinks two presidents would u't be such a bad tltiug 4fier all. It eaid that'll den has deWiwianed to retain Bea Botlrr to w«*k3iis case through oongress Ben Bu ler in giving his *i ews of the^ii ation says he thinks there'll be a 1 row. The Louisville c® urts now impr'eon men for gam bllng or keeping gimbling'^sfebiishment*. Lt Col. Kel»on, TJ. 8 #...

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. — 6 December 1876

Bismarck, D. T., Dec. 6, 1876 THE QUESTION SETTLED. The Louisiana feXurmng board having rejected all of the -bulldozed parishes and declared the'election of ^e l^ayes electors it may now be safely assumec that the quesiion as to who is elected -President is settled, and settled in favor of the Republican candidates. Florida, however, remains to be heard from, but there *an be no doubt as to the result in that State. The original returns showetI a majority for Hayes. More or less trouble, particularly in Oongress, will follow this'resultand the country will hardly:breaihe .free until after the inauguration on the 5th March. It is probable that the House will refuse to recognize the electiot of Hayes, presuming Florida is counted for him, and wiH declare the election o» Tilden. Of course exciting times would follow. We shall see what we shall see Referring to the common remark that "Louit-ina is democratic but the returning board will count Hayes in," an Ohio deih ocrat writes to the ...

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. — 6 December 1876

i*ii This Hotel New, well N Hotel, Mattoy Brothers, Propfietre, Main Street, BISMARCK, D. •applied with the best the market affords. Price* Reasonable. BourboniRye Whiskies, Brandies, dim, Wines & Cigars. Washington Avenue, M1KN8APOU8.MIM SHIRTS! yfg are making the best quality of Shirts to order, at Prices thai XDofy O oxao.^3 etL tioin. Dunkleberg, General Dealer in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, MOLDINGS, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, PAPER AND Building Material 0? ALL KINDS. PTSW RCK, DAKOTA. A JOE. DIETRICH'S Omnibus Line, Leaves BISMARCK for FT. LINCOLN at9 A.M. and 2:30 P. M. Retarning. Leaves Line tin atiu A. M. and 3:80 P. II. JOE. DBITRICH, Proprietor. CHRIS, HHit KING- OF SARBERSX Next door to Peoples Supply gtore, Bismarck, D. T, A FIRST CLASS SHAVING HALL Where none but the Most Com­ petent Workmen are Em­ ployed. Hot and Cold Baths, LADIES* HAIR DRESSING, AC. HENRY SAGNIER, The only First Class French Restaurant. Tn the City. MEALS AT MX HOURS Board by Day or Week. Ju...

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. — 6 December 1876

Binnarck, D. T., Dec. .6r 1$76« The Fontenelle is frozen in 40 miles above Fort Sully. MWlnKlHcli. Senear,BlfrntaiHlk. Select oysters night and day at' the Senate Room. Hollembaek,. Druggist. Prescript­ ions Carefully Compounded at all hours Files of the Black Hills Tribune to Not. 23d have been received.^ The Thanksgiving ball .at the ^Mer­ chants Hotel wal'-succesfef^l. in eVery respect." A Sewing IMCaicliin© is just the thing for a Christmas Present. The Black HiKalTmtiune of Oct.' 26th reports two feet -of snow at somepoints in the'Blatk HUls Nothing so good aka Sewing Machine for a Christmas Pres­ ent. Lt. H. P. Walker, of the 17th Infant ry, has been assigned to duty as post commissary Fort Lincoln. 3r,j A Large assortment of Hair, Nail, Tooth and Button Brushes, at HOLLEMB AIK'S DEIJG STOBS. Joe Taylor is in luck. He shot a fox near Painted 'Woods. The fox :hai$ a neyf twenty-.dollar bijlin hismouth. Sewing* Meli. Agcncy, Bismarck Mrs. Slaughter has purchased the old Congrega...

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. — 13 December 1876

VOL. 4. ®|je Bismarck Srttmtte. "PD«KSII THE BI89ABCK TBIBCSE CO., c. A. LOUNSBERRT, Editor and Manager. 8UBBCB1PTI0B PBICC: One Tear 00 8bc Mootha 1 UU Address: C. A. La*M»berry, Biamarek, Dakota Territory: NOTBM AMD NEWS. tbe anall pox raging ii Manitoba. Gen. Crook's command leff Fort Iteno on the 4th. The telegraph Moe 'ia now in operation to Bead vood. The Repub lean'# claim a^aajorky of 47, only, in Florida. The latt boat of the aeaaon hat arrived at Dnlnth. The bay I* froaen or er. mi. haVe been Introduced in congress to organize the territory of the Black Hills. Harvard students hare taken to studying anatomy —at the Globe Theatre, Boston. The old suspension bridge at Minneapolis sold for about $1200, the purchasers to take It down. A La Crosae operator was asked who waa elected PmideDt and replied, *'Nobody knows but Jesus Duluth cl alms to have Improved to the extent of 1529,919 last jear but this includes new side walkt Ac. Col. Fred Grant was arrested the otter day for f...

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. — 13 December 1876

fifte itemarcJt Mmn£ Bismarck, T., Dec. 13,1876* THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION The election is still in doubt. Loui siana, Florida and South Carolina were all returned for Hayes, but the Govern or of Oregon assumed that one of the Hayes electors in that state was not eligible and refused to commission him At this writing we do riot know whether he simply refused to commission him or commissioned a Tildes elector in his stead. It seems he did the latter. If so this gives Tilcf&n the coveted 185 votes and elects him, unless the Oregon Gov ernor's action can be upset in the courts The chances are that the House of Rep resentatives will yet be called upon to elect the President. In that case Til den, of course, will beelected, while the Senate will elect Mr. Wheeler Vice President. Several remedies have already been proposed, in the way of constitutional amendments, to meet the difficulty which has arisen—to check frauds for which now there is no remedy and to strength en our government...

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. — 13 December 1876

Western Hotel, SXaXUty Brothers, Proprietrs, Main Street, BISMARCK, D. T. ThU Hotel is New, well furnished, and the tablet supplied with the best the market affords. Prices Seasonable. JOHN C. OSWALD, Wholesale Dealer in Bourbon liB»y Whiskies, Brandies, dins, Vines & Cigars. Washington Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN SHIRTS! We are making the best quality of /Shirts to order, at Prices that "XD&ty Ooxxrjpetitloxi! Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every CASE Bend for Famples, Price List and Directions for Self-measurement. Fuller & Sampson* MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. N- Dunkleberg, General Dealer in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, MOLDINGS, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, PAPER AND Building Material 0? ALL KINDS. •pTamrARCK, DAKOTA. JOE. DIETRICH'S Omnibus Line, Leaves BISMARCK for FT. LINCOLN at 9 A. M. and2:30P.M. Returning. Leaves Lincoln at 1U A. M. and 3:80 P. M. JOB. DBITBICH, Proprietor. KING OF BARBERS Next door to Peoples Supply Store, Bismarck, D. T. A FIRST CLASS SEATING HALL Where non...

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. — 13 December 1876

SbeBtetnartkWmtte. Birmarck, D. t.,tDeo. 13, 1876. Jdontbly Weather Synopsis. BIPMABCK, KOYKMBK*, 18M. Mean Barometer, 29.675 Highest Barometer, 80.808 Lowest Barometer, 29.287 Monthly range of Barometer, 1.616 Mean Temperature, 18.30. Highest Temperature 67 deg. Lowest Temperature —15 deg. _• Monthly Range of Tempeiature. 82 deg. Greatest daily Range of Temperature, 44° Mean of Maximum Temperature#, feU* d».9w Mean of Minimum Temperatures, 10.87. Mean daily range of Temperature, 28.10. Total Rainfall, or melted Snow, .86 inches. Prevailing Wind, Northwest •Total number of miles traveled, 4,60 Maximum velocity of wind 82 miles per hour. Number of days on which rain fell, 16. No. of Cloudy Days other than those on which rain 2 N. G? BREWER, Observer. A new bill of fare every night at the Gem. Sewin&r Well. Ajjeiicy, Bi§marck. For fancy neck ties go to DAN ER ENBEBG'S, Hollembaek, Druggist. Prescript­ ions Carefully Compounded at all hours Delicious soups, cold meats, sausage, &am...

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. — 20 December 1876

-v* 'i, v« »r- VOL. 4. SljeUismarckSrUmne. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. L0UN3BERRY, Editor and Manager. Sl'BSCBIPTION PRICK: One Year $2 00 £ix Months 1 00 Address: C. A. Lounsberry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. Ben Hill thinks Fernaado Wood and other North-* trn copperheads shoald be allowed to do the fight­ ing in the next war. The Fort Wayne, Ind. Sentinel says "Tilden or war is the watchword of democracy" and adds among much other talk of the same sort, that '*£ne million of men will be on band on the 5th of March to see that Tilden is inaugurated." The Je (Tenon school building in Minneapol is was tmrned a few days ago. it is stated that General Hancock has been order* t-d to the Pacific coast, Gen. Sheridan releivifig hltai in New York. The amount of money required to ran Uncle (Sam­ uels machine for the next year is estimated to be $299,611,668. "j The proposition to refer the presidential count t* the Sup...

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. — 20 December 1876

SljeltemftrdtSrttmtte. Bismarck, D. T., Dec. 20,1876. FIRE PROTECTION. An entire block of buildings at Fargo were burned Saturday nigbt, including among other buildings, the U. S. Land Office, McHench & Go's, agricultural implements, Goodman's Dry Goods and Groceries and others noted elsewhere. Fargo, like Bismarck, is short of water and has no adequate fire protection. True they have the use of a locomotive and a liberal amount of hose, but, as they have discovered, this was of little use to them. Now Bismarc! has abso lutely nothing in the way of fire protec tion. On our front street we have two blocks built up solid, of frame buildings, aad three blocks on which nearly every lot is built upon, not to speak of the side and back streets, on some of which the buildings are in pretty nearly solid rows. A fire breaking out in any o! these rows would sweep pretty nearly the entire town, if the wind should hap­ pen to be favorable. What have we to help ourselves in case afire should...

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. — 20 December 1876

Western Hotel* McLUoy Brothers, Proprietrs, Kiln Street, BISMARCK, 1). I. This Hotel la New, well furnished, and the tablet •applied with the best the market affordi. Prices Reasonable. "JOHN C. OSWALD, Wholesale Dealer in Bourbon! Rye Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Vines & Cigars. Wmriiliifton Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN SHIRTS! We are making the best quality of /Shirts to order, at Prices that XDofy- Competition! gatisfattitn Guaranteed is Every CASS 8end for Famples, Price List and Directions for gelf-measurement. Fuller & 8aMps*nf MUfNEA.POI.lS, MINK. N- Dunkleberg, General Dealer in LUMBER, SHINGLES, ZATH, MOLDINGS, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, PAPER AND Building Materials OP ALL KINDS. BISMARCK, DAKOTA. JOE. DIETRICH'S Omnibus Line, Leaves BISMARCK for FT. LINCOLN at 9 A. M. and 2:30 P. M- Returning. Leaves Lincoln at 10 A. U. and 3:80 P. M. JOE. DEITMCH, Proprietor. KING OF BARBERS I Next door to Peoples Supply gtore, Bismarck, D. T. & FIRST CLASS SHAVING IIALL Wher...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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