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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 December 1876

Bismarck, D. Tt, Dec* 20$ 1876«- Old Burgundy. Port and Tarragona Sherries at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Mr. Kiskadden arrived yesterday from up river. He reports everything quiet. W. H. Stimpson has returned from St. Paul bringing an imnense stock of Christmas goods. Jack McCall was convicted of murder in the first degree on his trial at Yank­ ton. -He murdered Wild Bill. Joe Leighton, of Fort Buford, was in town last week, and gave a party to his friends at the Merchants Hotel. Nothing like a vivid imagination that's what the boys thought" when they made Stawg believe "ho looked very bad." -'"v. Capt. D. O. Poole'and Gen. Hazen's brother left yesterday morning for Fort Buford in company with Joseph Leigh ton. Mr. Seims, of the proposed Bismarck and Black Hills stage antf express line, n^ill start thirteen teams for the* Hills this weeK. Don't forget the grand ball at the Merchants Hotel Christmas night. Ex­ tensive preparations are beiug made, and a good time is insured.. Dr. Por...

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. — 27 December 1876

VOL. 4 1 A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED "O REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVKRT WEDNESDAY BY. TIE msnAUCK TBIBVKE CO», C. A. LOUKSefl5RRYt Editor mid Manager. SVJTCCKIPTIO* raioc: 0»e Year JO Months 1W Address C. A. Lownsberry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTEK A?m nuws, Montana has produced •110,000.000 in gold. Qeu. Ja«e* H. Htrdie died at Washingt on the •i Inst. Judge Baldwin, of the Alabama claims coomiasion, i-.-d last week. They are eating strawberries in southern Califor •*. Shoo fly. Gen -Roe Johnston has petitioned I or The f*st mail trwins are likely to be'revived, rail ri id managers b*vinp m»de large concessions. Little Kock, ark»n*is, has suffer«Klnf^y0,00.-wortk I om iitcindiarr firea'wlttyn the pa* «sn days. General Sherman declares there hus been n* ought of transferring 3kn. 81*«fa«o to New York. A man wasftoien to ueath in Sootn Carolina la A week. This extr«ae cold prev»»te4Jl over the oooa- llayt-s reevived a majority overriden of 3QO,afiO •n the Northern "S...

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. — 27 December 1876

flje itemorclt Sribtuw. Bismarck, D. T., Dec. 27,1876. can but admire the course taken by Wade Hampton, the democratic can­ didate for governor in South Carolina, and regret tbat the South Carolina re turning board in. its wisdom saw fit to count him out. The quicker the stale governments of the south pass into tht hands of men of his character the better it will be for all interests. The reign of the carpet baggers in the south hah done more to destroy confidence in tbe republican party than have the numer­ ous crimes traced to individual members of that party. Tbe use that was made of the troops, too, in connection with the orginizatioa of the South Carolina Legislature was most unfortunate. This jfollowin* the unwarranted inter­ ference in Lousianatwo or three years ago, in more than the fair minded men of the country will attempt to justify. The unwarranted interference of the Supreme Court of South Carolina with the work and duties of the returning board is also to be condemned...

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. — 27 December 1876

yi estern Hotel, ittloj/ Brothers, Proprietrs, '.Jain Street, PISMARCK, D. T. ». New, weH furnUhed, and th« table# x)-, the best the market affords. 1 '::?a3.natle. (HN C. OSWALD, Wholesale Dealer in B/arbonl Rye Whiskies, Dr- mlies. Oiiis. Wines & Cigars. ton Avenue. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN SHIRTS! .,re making the best quality of /Shirts to order, •. that -,±y Ooxixipotitioix! •iliM'artion Guaranteed in Every CASE S'i for baronies. Price List unil Directions for Tieasoreujent. Ir'wll®*1 & Sampson^ NNEAPOLIS, MINN. N- Dunkleberg, General Dealer in I .UMBER, shingles, ATB, MOLDINGS,DOORS fr 'lNDOW GLASS, *PUTTY, nails, PAPER AND Euiloftng MatsriaL. OF 2IN2S. ?2SMARCmv DAKOTA. JOE. DIETtniCH'S Omnibus tine, BISMARCK for KT. LINCOLN^ FIRST (Ws SS1AVIKG HALL Where none b\u viiQ Most Com­ petent- v\7o*"»^!oa are Em- piifVi'Ui £ot and Cold Baths, LADIES' if'iH'-SINQ, *0^ TENK The or.iv f-'ifst Class French staurant. Ill thv City. MEALS AT ATX HOURS Beard ry or Week. Just received a Ian?...

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. — 27 December 1876

0 Bismarck, D. T»» Dec. 27, 1876. Bobt. McGee has purchased a half in­ terest in the Beaver Creek toll bridge The best Jer^teiah and Tboinas in tht northwest at the Ge-ro. Genuiiw woported Ginger Ale at the St. LOUMLiquor Store. Bnrleiph County sends the only Dero ocrat to be louvid iu the upper house ot the Dukota Lt'gisUture, "u e. if Back, ol Fargo, is counted out as he ought to bf. Fine Old Anahitiin. Angelica at the Gem. Delicious try it. Mr. Seinis of Fargo', will also aocep' ttie thankft of the ediltrt* for a brace o« fine fat turkeys expressed from St. Paul and received Chmtinas evening. Smoking Tobacoo, Vanity Fair,Lolc Jack and Durham also ment of Pipes l* at rge assort­ a HOLLEMBAEK'S DRUG STORE. John AU-rk, oi Shackopee, Minn., »n«. Theo Sctienckenberg, well known here, have started a cigar manufactory ii this city. SuceessWo thetn. Every body is using the beer made at the New St^r Brewery. It is a good beverage. The finest old so&r mash, and Ryi Whiskey, wtfl be fou...

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. — 3 January 1877

VOL.4 REPCBUCAff mm E BIS A. LouinwnuiT, iOtte Tear fix Month* Addm: C, Senator la nator B«|Ui estimated that 8n on jr sale at l&e tft, spnly jgatVMtfvvsijj lltsnct baa bet* be report of the r"- .... 100 ,pw»te iMfyMi.' lit puifflk itholic Cmtfei* -*k. {star Whitehead, of Ctnei titer expedition tor tl Pteafctime in January. Wagoner was Vrt^mlMion^r e?pe civil oefore •rganizi ng for p*jBr «Hta« bat the it* asCotfe* sqP^iency of U/' videoce to convict. Weather items pnbilshedby iB& sfgrtst 9ef^» fee lw reaa under the head of "probabilities" wilt hereaf •j#r be known as "indication* A ladydied at Rock Island few day* ago in" a dentist chair from the effects «f chloroform. Only three drachms were administered. The friends of Hendricks Aunt like it't) «caose of disposition to count himrotand Tildenio. This my neonnt for the "wah" talk in Indiana. •%Vhe rumored massacre of Major Randall ulQK tn !f Crook's command, fey Crazy Horse, isaot firmed aud is not credited at army headquart...

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. — 3 January 1877

gfjc Pratftrdt Sritotne. Bismarck, D. T., Jan. 3, 1877. COMMISSIONER WILtIAMSOJi'8 REPORT. Gen. Williams oo, Commissioner of the General-Land Office, in his annual report for the year ending June 30. 1876, discusses nt considerable length the question of preserving the timber lands of the country. He says that a national calamity is being rapidly and surely brought Upon the country by the useless destruction of forests, and urges more legislation and a more stringent execution of the laws for their preserva­ tion. "The timber on the land, re inaining unsold," the commissioner says, "is as much the property of the government as the money in the Treas uiy, and (ar more important to its fu­ ture prosperity and welfare. If this is so, then why should it not be kept as other government property, or sold for its value as the demands of the country require it?" He urges that the law should provide for "absolute confisca­ tion of all timber cut upon the public lands, and a fine and imprison...

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. — 3 January 1877

v.- Proprietrs, Main Street,? BISMARCK, ». $ This Hotel la New, well furnished, and the tables applied with the best the market affords., Prices Seasonable. ,. ,, JOHN C. OSWALD Wholesale Dealer in BourbonlRye Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Wines & Cigars. Washington Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN SHIRTS! We are making the best quality of £hlrtito order, at Prices that T~)pify OOTXl-IDOtitlOXl I atisfaeiion Guaranteed in Every ^r A SE {'Mmjk for Samples, Price List and Direction! for MMeasarement. Fuller & Sampson, MINNEAPOLIS, Mijrur. 'H. Dunkleberg, TGeneral Dealer in TDtt^BER, SHINGLES, moLDinas, DOORS rUf^MOOW GLASS, «t|PfrTTiy V' BAILS, PAPER AND lv"' ^Building Materials OF ALL EINSS. DAKOTA. JOB. DIETRICH'S Omnibus Line, Le«raB181fAftCK for FT. LINCOLN at 9 A.M. aadiiaOP. M. Batnrntag. Leaves Lincoln at 10 A. fC. aatM9P. lt. v*: JOB. DEITRICH, Proprietor. HFiHTJ KING OF Next door to Peoples Supply gtore, Bismarck, D. T. A FIRST CLASS SHAVING BAIL Where none but the Most Com­ pet...

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. — 3 January 1877

Bismarck, D. T.f Jan« 3t JiJ77. Monthly Weather SymfMs. bihmbck, MCWH, 1ST*. Mean Barometer, 30.063 Highest Barometer, 8C1.708 .loweit Bwoiwier, 29iSt Monthly range of Barometer. 1.850 Mean Temperatere, 6 84. Highest Temperature 62 deg. Lowest Temperature —33 deg. Monthly Kange of TempeiaUire. S# a eg. Greatebt daily Range of Temperature, Mean of M»x:nn*a» Temperatures, 19.0W Mean ofttfinimtuB Temperatures, -2.48. Mean daily raqge««f Temperature,22.03. Total Rainfall, or melted Snow, .87 inches. Prevailing *Wiud, Uorth west Total oniub«r ofmUes trayelw, 5,210 Maximum velocity«of wind 64 miles per banc. Kumber of days un which rain «r snow (ell, 15. (Snow 14. Rain No. of Cloudy Uajtf other than those on wtaah rain fen'1 H. G. BREWER, Obaenrer. The storms of last week-were so fear­ ful that one regular train was omitted. Joe Laundreiie the bappy father of a ten and a balfound boy. born Tues­ day night. The boarders »t Mrs. Win. Falconer presented ber a very nice silver butter dish on ...

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. — 10 January 1877

VOL. 4 '•ft* ®hc$t0martk®rilmne. Address: C. A. Lo«*«fcerry, Bismarck, UacnUi Territoty. NOTES JI2ID HEWS. Col. Valentine Baker hasretnrnedl* England. Toledo has enjoyed fire weeks of continuoaa sleigh- They had seven inches r.f SWDW at Loatotf&e, Ky., 5a st week. Gen. W. F. Lyech, retired, died at London, Kan., A few days ago. Geo. B. HonoIMn, of Dubuque, hoM«T&0|W0 'basbels of wheilt. The public debt was increased during December three and ope4»alt millioti. [i i'r .•»! A Mr. Daoninglwas WHed byfyafehc^fin ltadljjon county, New York, a few iJays ago". lion. Stanley Mathews is contesting the seat in Congress awarded to Geo. Banning. The snow is knee deep in Washington nothing Hike it has been kn ojra forthirty,ye*ri. -JSo metttioaj of the ibeligibtfty of^ made iiii#"ffjri ilsjm sftr lln eleciiw. I —*C. WJHead^ haa irtigned tiis pbetion as General Lie 3j.nn))wofihe atluHr and faciic B. B. The Obief Justica of Florida concedes that the elec torsi vote of tbat*nrouiMttUly fcys...

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. — 10 January 1877

Jt 4* Bismarck, D. T., Jan. 10,1877. It is with pleasure that we. note the election of Ole J. Johnson,. of Dulutb, to the position of Sergeaint-at Arms of the Minnesota House of representatives. Ole was a route agent on the North Pa­ cific and v^as one of the most efficient of those employed, but an immense amount of stealing seemed to be indul­ ged by somebody in the Nbrthwestern mail service and as Ole had no partic­ ular congressional friend to look after his interest, and having been suspicion ed, though nothing wrong was or could be traced to him, he was removed. The stealing continued and was subsequent ly fixed upon two clerks, now in the penetentiary for their crimes, in the St Paul office, and thus Ole was relieve ed of the unjust suspicion which had rested upon him, but he has been for months out ot employment. We trust when the Minnesota Legislature no longer requires the services of Mr. John­ son that the Minnesota delegation in congress will see to it that he is res­ to...

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. — 10 January 1877

'H *\l Western Proprietrs,a Main Street, BI8MABCK, P. 1. Thli Hotel Is New, weft famished, and the tables supplied with the best the market affords. Prices Seasonable. .. JOHN OSWALD/ Wholesale Dealer in Bourbon! Brandies, Gins, Wines & Cigars. Washington Avenue, MINNEAPOLIS, MSB SHIRTS! We are "^w"gthe best quality of £Mrtsto order, afc Prices that TDety oo±n.iD©titioixl aMteta finraoteed ii ftwy CASE' Send for Samples, Price List and Directions for Self-measurement. Fuller 6c SuipsoB« jfjyvE^ POLIS,* _* MI If If* N. Dunileberg, ... General Dealer far' LUMBER, SHINGLpi iJfH# MOLDINGS, DOORS WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, Next door to Peoples Supply gtore, Bismarck, D. T, A FIRST CLiSS SHAVING HALL Where none but the Most Com­ petent Workmen are Em­ ployed. Hot and Cold Baths, •LADIES' HAIR'DRESSINOj "AC. HENRY SAGNIER, Tbjp.only First Class ~. /French' Restaurant. T-n the City* meats at aix hours Board by Day or Week. just received a large stock of French imported goods, losbroons...

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. — 10 January 1877

r-Z r:o 5 inn Bimwk Dl T,VJai lOr.: Annual WealKer^ Syni»£»I« 187G* 'Mean Barometer, 29j844i. i/' .' Mean Thermometer, ,3»i,7#. .' Mean Humidity, 38,55. ]}j|ta^~Baioia?ter,". is Xirt'lsL Bai-URie^ar. 2e,9S3i/ .. Mean Range,' I4,33T. Greatest ^Monthly Range 16.16. Maximum Tempferatare, 105 dej. lliniaiuip.Temuerature,..3i)i.deg.-., «-j ,|Jean'Rang5,^WJdeifrG Dental. Bogm J^can: OPP. CA^K HASCOCK."' i-r iii OreateKt Monthly Range, 8J deg. Head Direction of Wii d, (North Wert.) Max. Velocitjr,.f.9 mile* ner i»mr^± Total numbtrof m'rfea tr.nvelea, '69^811,7. Amount of rain anil melted •»»*, 81,06 inch«a. Ko.. of da7« on which rain or «iiow fell, 180. No. of Auroras, 7 .No. of Solar Halaa J. ,, l'\ Nff. of Luna Halos. 11. Noi" of CbironW,' 2 (two). .... N. O. Bbbwkr, .' 4:: /p,bB«rver» A, T. B1GEL0W, 1). D.^i ..P. H. Byrne flfn'd'S. E. Hariris, of'Bis marck, have opene'd! a restaurant "fct Standing Rock and are said to be doing a grtod business^ .Bprn: To the wife of BenpGallentinei at C...

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. — 17 January 1877

ShcP^morcHiribune. A EE PUBLIC AN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE BIS1HABCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. LOUN8BBRRY, Editor and Manager. SCBBCBIPTIO* PBIOI: One Year Six Months •_• 1 Address: G. A. LoUH»berry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. Beecher had eight thousand callers on NeWjTWS. The Ohio river la frozen over at Cairo. ThU is *e%e consolidated Virginia has yielded S16,«62,200 from 145,0Wtons of ore. Indian innrders are. flrequeAl ,on the Cheytnn^ r°Gen!°/hJ. 18 Abercrombie died at his house on Long Frances*pI Macnamee, one of the oldest reporters on the St. Paul Dispatch, is dead. A New and rieh gold discoveries have been made at the h»ad or Wood river, Wyoming. The Supreme Court ol decides tn« must observe the Christian Sabbath. Col. King, of the 9th I^yJ^ds JefT. a Davis in command f»6 The Grand Trook gtn^la ende^h^ R.^*. Co^ r«ceivine back all of the striking engtaeertS The New York banks hold more gold than green-, backs and the premium has falJentoM wnts. ...

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. — 17 January 1877

.. Bismarck* D, TBltvEEKLT TBIBU9E. For .three winters past ire have tried to secure, the associated press dispatch­ es but hare nbt been able to do so, the telegraph company alleging that £bey could not spare tbe.sifigla wirt between Bismarck and, Fargo for tl»e purpose We. have made a satisfactory arrange­ ment with them, uuvrever, for- a synap­ sis of these dispatcher to be sent, every morning, (throve appearing to day being a fair sample,) should we conclude to print a trl weekly edition. .We shall print the tri weekly if there is a demand for it and oaake it a- permanent institu tion. The editor of the Tkibune, now nearly recovered from his recent ill ness, will canvass Lincoln and Bismarck in a few days but bernust depend upon others to work up the matter a£ other military posts. The terms will be two -months two dollars six months five dollars, payable'in all cases In advance. The tri-weekly will be the same size and styl&as the present weekly which will either be doubled...

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. — 17 January 1877

ATTORNEYS. A.MCTMJ. »Itw SM. rilbw. rpHOMAS VAU *l'T*R.~ MK*?ey?and Cbiaael or at La*. A. WILLIAMS.—Attorney at Unr* E. •old, Abrtrkcti of Title furnished. Collection! of Claims promtly attended to. ry G" BO. P. fLANNKRY.—Attorney at Law/HMl •state and Insurance Agent. tands bought ana sold, Abstract* .of, Title ,furnish#, .Cotlec.tjon* Claims promptly 'att ended to, PHYSICIANS. |, SLAUGHTER.—Phjradwa and Surgeoq. U. 8 Pension and Examining Bugeon. Office ib Bismarck Dispensary. Hopposite R. PORTER.—Physician and 8argeon. Oflce Tribone Block* MISCELLANEOUS* JOB. DIETRICH.—Omnibus Line. Leaves Bis­ marck for Jt,£Llncoln at 9 a m. and 2:10 p. m. i?etoruing, leaves Lincoln at 10 a. a- and »al)p.J». CITY BAKERY.—John Yejr«n, *ront Street, would announce to the citisens of Bismarck that he is prepaied to fill orders for Cakes, Hes or fancy pastry on short notice, guaranteeing Mtiaractlon with reasonable charges. Pine light Bread ten cents, a loaf, or four for twenty-five cento, Jff. RAYM...

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. — 17 January 1877

Bismarck, D. T.Sf Jin# 17» 18$7i A. T. BKffidfW, D. D. 8. Dental Rooms Main: St., OPPOSITE CAM? HASCOCK. E. R. Collins is playing before crowd­ ed houses in Deadwood. The thermometer indicated 34 below iero at Fort Bdford, on the 11th inst. at s. m. Fred Holletnback, Ed Donahue, Geo. Winters, and others, with ten teams Jeft for theUI&ck Hills on Tuesday. About half of the ponies sentfroin Cheyenne Agency tb Yankton for salS* died or were lost while enroute. Charley Deisess, an old time Bis marck boy, was married at Boylestown Ohio, afew,d^ya ago. ..., Mrs. L. W. Waoghter has received the appointment of. Depty. Supt. of Public Schools for tlie Territory of Da kota. Fred'Htillembackand Ben U. Ash have dissolved partnership and Ben will here­ after run the livery busines on his own a P. R. Smith,-at theold 'loglbuthcber shop, ha&a ton of poultry on hand tho finest beef ever offered in this market, together with fisfe, tine fresh butter 4c. The Garrison at Fort A. Lincoln has no...

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. — 24 January 1877

VOL.. 4 ahelismflrtliSribunc. A REPUBLICAN NEW8PAPER. PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNE8DAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. L0UN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. BUBSCBIPTIOH PKIOB: One Year W 00 Six Months 1 Address: C. A. tonn»lierry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. Jadge Kidder's bill relating to land contests has passed the House. It is now stated that Sitting Ball bejfeves.-Vea Crook to be a myth. V:_v tig Ellis Ppear has been tendered the poaitttn of Com* missioner of Patents. ... The lark rejects all proposals of th^ powers, and proses to light it out. The $ Jf Another increase in freight between «ew or* and the West is announced. The severest cross-examination fails to snake lb* testimony of Eliza Finbston. Not th Star Woolen Mills at Minneapolis wil! soon resume operation tinder a new ownership. The President has pardoned Usher the Wa.hing ton lawyer convicted of abstracting court papers, Bad medicine. A fellow at Hartford," Conn.,' dfantr lOdglarfsgi of lager in three, hours ...

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. — 24 January 1877

4 8|)C $Ummk ®rUrone. Bismarck, D. T., Jan. 24,1877. The agreement of the Senate and House Committees on counting the electoral votes, alluded to last week, was published on Friday. The committee reports by bill which provides for a commission con­ sisting of five members of the Senate, five of the House and five Associate Justices, (the judges of the first, third, eighth and ninth districts, who shall select a fifth, being specially designated by the bill) who shall examine all of the facts and re­ port to the two Houses their conclusions, where iiere are two or more returns from ..... .... as they deter­ mine the voles shall be counted, though any candidate feeling aggrieved may contest as he is' now authorized to do. Where there is but one return the bill requires the concurrent action of both Houses to sustain an objection to the count. Where there are two or more re­ turns an objection in writing signed by one member of the Senate and one of the Ho^ise carries the case before t...

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. — 24 January 1877

ATTORNEY'S. JOHN A. STOYEfcL—^.at ,r% h: 1C VATffi^lttonKrit'br. THOMAS VAN ETTEN—Attorney and CooaseJ or at Law. '.. E. A. WILLIAMS.—Attorney at La*. X)SIAH DELAMATEB—Attorney a» Law. BeaL Istate and Insurance Agent. Lands bought ana •old. Abstracts of Title tarnished, Claims promtly attended to. GEO. JW. Collections of P. FLANWERY.—Attorney at Law. Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Lands bought anu sold, Abstracts of Title famished, Collections of Claims promptly attended to. PHYSICIANS- B8.Pension a P. SLAUGHTER.—Physician and Surgeon. U. and Examining Surgeon. Office in Bismarck Dispensary. H. B. PORTER.—Physician and Surgeon. Office opposite Tribune Block, MISCELLANEOUS. JOE. DIETRICH.—Omnibus Line. LMTes BI» marck for ft. Lincoln at 9 a m. and 2:10 p. m. .Returning, leaves Lincoln at 10 a. and 3:30 p. "V BAKERY.—Jchn Yegen, Front Street, wcnld announce to the citizens of Bismarck that itpai td to Ml orders for Cakes, Pies or fancy tlry cn thoit notice, guaranteeing nttsfacuon i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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