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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 28 February 1877

Bismarck, 'D. T., 28|18^7» .* I,*.* n* A. T.JBIGBLOW, D. D. S. Dental Rooms Main St., 0PP03ITK CAMP HANCOCK. MASOXIC-: The regular communications of Bimuuvk Jjooge No 120, A.. F.. & A.*. M.". »re held in their .hall on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7 p. n*. Brothew-hr good standing. are cordially invited, W. M. FALCONER, W. M. GEO. P. FLASNKRT, Sec. Blue Glass at Dunn &. Co'«. New quarters ..are being erected by the troops at Camp Hancock and the preset unsightly huts will probably be removed, hewn log quarters taking their place. The increased freight and passenger rates on the Dakota Division of the North Pacific, established for the winter, terminates to-day?and hereafter freights will be shipped, at the prices prevailing last summer. Wolf trappers wilTfind a large itddh: ofcrystal Strychnine at Hollcmbaek's Orug Store. We were in error in crediting Col. Johnstone with the reebvery of Col. Keogh's watch from the hostiles and ought to have remembered that we...

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. — 7 March 1877

gjjeSismardtarUmne. Mtor«•*Unp. stmscmirnos rates: One Tear Six Month*—.. Addre-: Senator Eau ale who voteQ .w moat popular man in the pa£ynow, 1 ou C.A. ROTER AND lfEWI. President Grant pardoned Avery, of wbbky nTOe^uhingt0n Union is dead, WH edby '"PMSMI Hayea tS0'000 ^5^ ^r.'lhi, C-wv' TSSfiSKar determined UHSonteaC d°Se "°«.cv°sy Dakota LegWatnw aboU«hedJ^ hoard and the ofice of gnperlntendent of pablKW Mrurtlnj ^»B0i%Wrfar can Ex-Gor. Johraon, of Va.,^wbo jhh every pretiden died ai Bridgeport, ,, OftheJiloety.Pei jre4 tnjrfingejllie 5i$ldBWorjs?S«_v. rt^o^the'el^jUH^ a«oant of^ icir nen and Senator Keroan, of Hew vow, ua looosly elected in hia stead. ^JgS wwTeyeiy pmdtieot except 'Wsjhlngton The vWnU. few days ago. Louisiana Legislature taa wolTri to the effect that the Havea elector* were not to recognition if the Packard government la n^tte leaal government of the State- Undoubtedly correct. Theboardsof trade of Philadelphia. I»*anapnUa and other cities pawed without resoluti...

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. — 7 March 1877

& W tl oa Friday, March the 2d, 4 30 a. m. declar^ ed elected. Fernando Wood, who has met with more abuse1 than any other man in the Democratic party covered himself with glory and declared among other thinge'that for one he- 'Would never leave thfe hjall of the house until the count-was completed. Hayes was inaugurated on Monday and in one telegraphic column will be found the points of his address, incidents, etc. Now that Hayes is inaugurated the countiy breathes easier. Not be­ cause a Republican .President has been declared, elected but because the one so declared has been peacefully inaugurated. From this time forward peace and pros j&itf is assured, and the whole country will make long stride^ forward. This will be particularly true of the South. The policy which has grayed the races against eAch Other and depended upon the nu­ merical strength of the negroes for Re­ publican supremacy will' tie discontinued, and hereafter southern white men will be conceded at least e...

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. — 7 March 1877

JP* ipBOMA8 TAN uiptuitl- feri* jT1 wlOt opposite Tribune Blpefc* DIBTKIO msrefc for Retnrting, leaves Lincoln at 10a. andg:30 p-" Street, rck that or fancy ^tia faction he hp a loaf CttATO Ight BrielA ten eenta Interest al booghl «a4 for sale or rent. A uiuns-lapaftin and dealer* in. Crockery, »r^ CTitaa^Gl^are. Uaip^ i|Mt|«» QUmti. and House ramiahi**g Goods. Saat Tkird Street. 8C. PWri? Hina. PH. KIIXIT, Wholesale Groeer, St.Eaal, Mnn. CLARK OdE Main ancl Third St.* Bismarck, I. T. L. N. GRIFFIN, n. Proprietor.™ Bulldlng newanil commodious. room/ fari*? tfcm fortable and ttstily famished. First c(ass in every partlenlar. Bills reasonable. S-tW K. R. MARSH. M. L. MAItth. CAPITOL flOTP. a proprietors] MainStabeet, Bakarekj D« duly First Class Hotel In 2$* the City. Oct. 14vlf Hotel, A (IkitfE BAILKT HOU8I.) 'iin^ lf^aOjrM, ^rietor, :2or. Main and Fitt-liSt., l^esier ,wm T=T O *3? FAKGOr-D. 1', a 'S&iaSatalbllOTr, weDltt»iWw«i"»n*«l»e,«aklM •applied with t%e h«st the market affl...

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. — 7 March 1877

I a. 5 i£-: BK 1 ..'J r-'-T* ,w 1 43^8. rw .* -opTOSltifeAiffilASCbCK. HijMlflC. .fki (oriar communications of BtatriA Wr JwtM. A.'. F.. A:-. M.'. are held to litf hi"' «t|U IHItW third Monday* or Willi .. llfatbly Y.Mundr&Sn?: Highest Barometer, 30.682 Lowest Barometer, 29JW7 No. of Cloudy Day» other than those on which rain fell, 0 BUnil. Cigars and' Go's. a ies filial pr^rnp^ly-ajvd^i^ hnyg h'"g,ith k4fb* f% ii O Monthly range of Barometer. 1.175 Mean Temperature, 26 0. Highest Temperature 60 deg. Mean of Maximum Temperature*, 39.25 Mean of MfoinfNt Temperatures, 17.25. Mean daily JlMe ftf 7VaMftatunrR2pf»c Total BalnMlogmel PrcTiillny WyHrfTlorth1 ToUl number of niiles triTeW, Af$l long list of pereooais togethe: I*0ch otfre^hiftt^-oiiui^TSt/TO toowdefc ^'stock' bflryilar Strychnine a Hollembaek's Drag S^j&{ TheSioto£!tty Jour n»ys 'summer TronTBismarck up rQuwik 19ihrer ifi atDunn& Co'g. twenty^ T^o MOorHeid'mTniitreik'an entertainment at Bismarck in a few itierslif...

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. — 14 March 1877

®{jc$i0tita«h®ritomf. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE BISMARCK TBIBVHE CO., C. A. LOUN8BBRRY, Editor and Manager. svBSCKirnox raica: One Year 42 00 Six Months 1 00 Addreaa: C. A* Louakerrf, Bine glut It recommended to all rick Democrat*. President Hayes S6 vice Pmidat Wheeler 07. The Republican* will have seven In the Senate. 8enator Ferry was re-elected Prejldent »K-tem of tbe Senate. 'I On tbe daj Hayes was inaugurated fsig/winqtiO' ted at $1.04. Ctrl gchqnli the first German borpi be« traveler returns. JolMTO^Lee, of Honntain Meadow notoriety, will form crimes on the ttd, lily r- He serves his arty best who serves bis country 0e Bfeliqlis governj^M^ in l^iirimnb.-,- WH{«Bdcr*ts:toj^goiisei1refa^ to.%rovii0. for life awny for ttiw aontk, evea.- W. J. Kyle, a ist Lieut. Jn the 11th Intently, is reported as a dc Weldon, who _n.. has been reliMsSfon live The oath of office was administered to PredM byes at t»»e White Hoose on Saturday evening* Judge Davis han...

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. — 14 March 1877

Bismarck, D. T.y Mar. 14,1877. We heard much during the campaign from the Democratic newspapers and stumps of the certainty that HayeiT ad­ ministration -would be a simple prolonga­ tion of Grant's and that, indebted as he would be to Chandler, Cameron, Logan, Boss Shepherd and others for his electian, he could not go back upon them, but must and would continue them in office and be goverened by their advice. How far these prophecies were true it is already competent to determine. Not one of these men, nor a representative of them, has fonnd a place in the cabinet, rod the inaugural message is a proclamation that their scepter is broken and their reign is ended for the coming four years at least. That the President will firmly, adhere to his purposes, as foreshadowed by the complflidon of his cabinet, our advices from Washington to-day bear witness,— Minneapolis Tribune. The Southern Democratic newspapers, cannot forbear hitting Northern Demo-, crats telling blows. The Augusta (Ga.)...

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. — 14 March 1877

GEO. .VKR LU^Sj-ltttnql^nr rpHOMAS VAN 2TTEH —Ittokiya*! Counael or at Law. A. WILLIAMS.—Attorney at Law. ii.' iil P. FLANNKRY.—Attorney. at I*w. Seal Estate and Insurance Agent/ Lands boaRht and aotfrAtMt^aetar of Title ^araiabed* Cailectiang, of CUInn prompuyattendc^ to /, K. FORTE opposite TribuneuM MIS OELLAMSOUS. TOS. DIETRICH.—Onnibas Ltae/ Leaves Bis 11 mank (o^tt JJiieolD^«tjUHa..ind 2:10 p. m. jeturajbg, M?rs^Lincgf£at4hi:1 8:30 p.«", CITY: would announce to the citizens, of Btanarck that lie is prepaid fa-fill ordfka for Cakes^Ffea or fancy pastrr on', |«ort notice, guaranteeing satisfaction with reasonable qharges.^flne light Bread, ten cents a loaf, mr/swr for cent*. W. XAYMUNOt *~PO., Bankers. Inten* al lowMNm tfrnadriposttt, faekange bought and •old, Ac. low, #P ^'baggBafiag' W1|H ••tPIIW JH MABBHALL- Mannlatyiirw and Dealer in "Baota. Shoes. Stores an*Jfes»ery. BR0188BAU—•Wlnastmwwaand Cigars. St. Paul Braises Directory. CKAIG Cor. Main and Third. St.* Bismarck. I. 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. — 14 March 1877

ISR^-^•&» A. T, BIGELpW, D.D.S. -v. *-v» 2T Dental ^ooif^uM0a±a 'J. OPFOSIf *'CAMPHANeOCK. W.B.Shaw and A. frbm below last week. "Jimmy from Cork" is lying danger­ ously ill at Fort Buford Wolf I rappers will find a large atoek of erjwtia Vegetables,if all kinds in perfect con­ dition at Wj*.l[Hftria«it & ..... Maj. John Ca^hB ^Wriedat Mint eapolis Tfast week. Notice'Jelse- Quiok Silver in any quantity at Dunn & Co's. .w J. W. RaytnoridAr Ga. are about to erect a 3*arf Col. W, lK. iard hall Rogers. -w'ell known at Bismarck, where he has extensive aiite^. ests, has been choaw jpnYate sccretary:" to President"Hayfc8^"~ making dred lodges oi Chey eniWs are strong' to produce vegetables, nlnipUocki St., HASOIVIC. thft 9*0 Tight ofwayi1^ r-f'• v* tk -.t 'CS'£• -v: Geo. P. Fhinnery has eold the lot east of his office*on Main stfr'eet,' to' Frithk Pbnnefly foKf^GO (TV.' 1 -t^mpIior~lce with Glycerine, an elegant dressing for Cltqpoed Lips and Hands at BolWiri iMAek'a. 5 r" ». f...

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. — 21 March 1877

VOL. 4. ®J)e$i3marck®rUmttc. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY TBS BISMARCK TBIBUlfE CO., C. A. L0UN8BEKRY, Editor and Manager. SVBKSRIPTIoa raica: One Year 4SW Six Months ....... 1 00 Address: C. A. Lourterrjr, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND HEWS. The new President does not smoke or tort Thtf 8*1 S«preme Courlaast»iiB ""1?£leridk Seward .« brtn cHtojjfRWnfOrf^illlftllfei fOF MHCS. Asst. SecUr. of State. The 4«h of March will not fall on Sutt­ on ^nVAvr fWrtv ve&liL T/T /T\ T. •dav againfor •adverse *to the Chorpenning swindle. The Sioux, it is said, have adopjfd-'a. new war cry: Yoo-\oo-yo0-6oo-fruct. E5£§i&cty. IGfarfill ha* beodf^fapjhfirifie3" collettcr of cu*o$i8 at Porfiltm^ Mainfer John Hhermaa^the *newvj eectetaijM»£ the treasury, was "in Congress twenty two years —, Twenty^iYe p4^jdkn^€£PjfhaJi^iJitQfdL in Texas"died from cold, starvation and exposure during the part winter. I •?.. Mr. EppersonJias been confirmed Sur vevor-General «f Dakota...

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. — 21 March 1877

*.. Bismarck, T.j Mar. 21,1877/ PRESIDENT CHANT. In concluding an article^on the charac­ ter and services of Gen. Grant as Presi­ dent of the United States the Pioneer Press justly remarks: "On the whole, then, the judgment ot history will assign to President Grant a high rank among the Presidents who deserve the gratitude of their countrymen. He has been frank and honest with them he has had no concealments or tortuous policies. Whether right or wrong it was clear that his purposes were sincere and patriotic, and that he submitted himself without reserve to the judgment of the country. And his country will hold him in grateful esteem, not only for his great services as a soldier, but for his great services as the chief magistrate of the republic, while he lives, and will hold him in grateful re­ membrance when he shall have passed away." Trusting in Providence is all very well, but Mr. H. V. Redfield advises the Re­ publicans that it will not do for a con­ stant practice. He recomm...

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. — 21 March 1877

-1- -.1..IIUWIW— AWtommsYs. JOHN A. 8^PT®LI^rAt»orBe|r *-I«v. rpHOMA» TAR Bimi—Aftorafcfr iM'tomml- JL- CITY i.i- Or«*|WW.*i i"j t. V'-vJi- Clalma promptly aitendeAto ^IT *p^ A. WII^I£U8 —AtUJiiDFj a* I*w£ :ai Uu-• PHYSICIANS. H. H. POttTEB^-fhysielau and Surgeon. Office opposite .Tribune Blocr. MISCELLANEOUS. fOE. DIETRICH.—Omnibus Line. Leaves Bis­ marck for ft Lincoln at 9 a m. sod 2:10 p. m. lot Returning, leave? Lincoln at 10 a. and 8 3U p. "».• BAKERY.—John Yegen, Front Street, woald anmmnoeto'Uie citizens of BUmarck that he 1* prepaid to flil'order* for Cakes, pastr.f on «hort nottee, guaranteeing ntiafaetion. with reasonable charges-. Flne llgbt Bread ten cents' a loaf, or four for- firentj-flre cents W. RAYMOND CO., Bankers. Intere* al lowed on time deports, Exchange bought and sold, Ac -!f. U. S a G1CNCY—Sewic liaahinea for sale or rent. Sewing Machine Extras, ke. .. Marshall, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Gloves and Hosiery, SUISSE AU—Wines, Liquors and Clgara....

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. — 21 March 1877

Bi«marck,D. Tij Mar# 21^187?« s. 1 jux &: '.. XeiLtaI T*ooms Maiii St., OPPOSITKiCaJir HANCOCK. HA80HIC. The regular communications' of Bismarck Lodge Jfo ISO, A. P.. A.'. M.v are held in tkeir hall OB the first and third Monday* of. each month at 7'p. m. Brother! in good Handing'are 'cordially Dlitijd. W. ^i.FAtCOSKR, W.M. 6*0. P. FLASXKRY, flee. B, 0, R. C. S. Black Hills maps *t the post office for 25 cents. tf Col. Wilson was taken seriously Hjk last week and suffered much for few1 Woirr™p^wH»Wa*t*rse stock or crystal Slrych|iine at Hollen**fc'»-g|\pw Hats «y tips tS^ Hsiiiner.^t.l^aul, wholesale cloth- ihg^Was detKlitiinedtoeiftabli a branch bouse at Bismarck, and will arrive with -izrzr.' II cupy the new boiidiaj* *recteL by Mr. jStrauss. rf',-. Shirjts, and suits, to order/ at the new ingt. Dry^ Goods, Groceriffl^ k$., The mint tk at the n$w B.,0. F. C. S. Deeds chittel ttiortgages,' Ac»v Dako­ ta form, for sale at the TRIBUNE office. Three.copies,2o cents,..stijgle. copi...

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. — 28 March 1877

VOL. 4. ./ $ i't ®!)e$i0tnArck$tilrottf. A REPUBLICAN HEW8PAPKK. PUBLISHED EVKRT WEDHE8DAY BT THE BISMARCK TBIBUHE CI., C. A. LOON8BBBRT, Editor and Miniger.' 8UB8CKIPTI09 PUCK: One Tear 4 00 Six Hearths 1 00 Address: C. A. Lousfeerry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AKD NEWS. grand- IPs* girl—Mrs. Sartoria—Gen. Grant father. Pour hundred hostiles hare surrendered at Spot­ ted Tall agency. ,- Bishop Whipple has parchaaed an estat«ItJ.*Ionda for a winter residence. l-' A new bonanza is reported tohave been discovered '•in the ^idnlty of the OomstqefclodK. "5? The President ba^appoHMl CM.'::D.'W.'^P(Mk Democrat, P^a^ft PeSSbtnfc T». V- Ten million In 4} per cent bonds were sent to En rone last week on account of the syndicate. Pinchback has been expelled from memberwp on the tapUana Rentidton Cenfanl Cqjpdttee. M^er Jv|Bated -6fcIlnson,W6r tM-tfur of On. Rosespraaft, ditfd IMttnolahfcpn thal(WHb*. ft Tjesr.jSteP.II. Gen^ftUSptered his dstferts F&guiEf. liB»ene^H o^^MS 2|#£- Judg...

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. — 28 March 1877

Biimarek, D. T., Mar. 28,1877. THE TRIBUNE. Week after next the TRIBUNE -will ap pear in its enlarged form the necessary material for the enlargment having been received, and, in its enlarged form, af­ ter the first*of May next it will be pub lished as a semi-weekly appearing every Wednesday and Saturday, giving as ever has the latest news received by tele graph up to the hour of going to press "The enlargement proposed will be equivalent to six columns of the' present paper, and, ai it will be published twice a week instead of weekly, the subscrip­ tion price will be increased to $3.50 per annum. We take this occasion to thank our patrons for the liberal patronage extend cd the TRIBUNE irt the past and to assure them that we shall continue to labor to deserve their confidence and in this con nection we desire to state that the Bis marck TRIBUNE is not for sale its pres­ ent editor and manager has no intention or disposition to retire from iu manage mentor from the chair editorial, ...

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. — 28 March 1877

Bg. rVTHTga [OKAS. TAN BTTKN^Atterney §a« £auwk or tflAir. ',.... .,. A. WILLIAMS.—Attaney at Law. 'QIO. P. 'fUlNNEKT.—AttOi CstAteand Insdi'mnceAfcent. LandsMUUHuid MM, AMneti of Title furnished, CoHteUdn of OUlms promptly attended to.<p></p>PHYSICIANS. R. PORTER.—Physician and Burgeon. Office opposite Tribune Block. y. 8LAUGHTER.—Phy siciiu sndSargeon. C. Pension sod Examining Burgeon. Office corner Main and Second Streets.<p></p>MISCELLANEOUS. JAmarck OK, DIETRICH.—Omnibus Line. Leaves Bis­ for ft. Lincoln at 9 a m. and S:10 p. m. 2?etnrning, leaves Lincoln at 18a. and 8i30-p.m CITTuld BAKERY.—John Yegen, Front. Street, wo announce to the Citixens of Bismarck (hat hp is prepared to fill orders for Cakes, Pies or fancy pastrr on sbort notice, guaranteeing satisfaction with reasonable charges. Vine light Bread ten cents loaf, four for twenty-fire cents. IW.or RAYMOND ft CO., Bankers. Intere* al lowed on time deposits, Exchange bought an® sold, Ac A M. Sewing...

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. — 28 March 1877

jismarck, D. T.y Mar. 18,1877. A. T. BIGELaW^D. D. S. Dental Boctt ^in Stti O 0 S I A O HA SONIC* Qt renter communication* of Biwirok Lodge No 180, A. ft A.*. M.*. are held In their ball­ on the firat and third Mondays of each month »t 7 p. m. Brother* in good standing cortUlljr incited, Wi. H. FALCUKBR,: W. M. GtO. P. FLANNERY, See. r..c theveatheb. moras or *hb vnmi'fm tn 'wnj bothsg -MMMSfffftJieifir-r 0' Mean Barometer, 29.060 .!«*« Thermometer 42.^ If—n Hon.ldity88. Highest Th'er. 49 Lowest Ther. 2 Prevalent Wind, N/Max. velocity in miles per koar 181 miles. Amount of Bain or melted snow .05 inch. Mean State of weather Cloudy DAVCO THOS. PLANNER®, Observer Sergt, Signal Serrjce, U. S. A* "Ti' rS^j i A full line of ertcMaryf at Watson'o. Bobber boot#, just^hetbing for sluic­ ing, at WaJ&dn*#. r,f*\ g-r J. W. Plu^er wfUIdpe^ §J»ote£ the buildfng now occupied by Bending Co. May lsfc -:J 0'- The improved laws of Dakota require saloon keepers to close their places of business at...

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. — 4 April 1877

VOL. 4 jelJiamonkflritome. REPUBLICAN HEWSPAFBK. PUBLISHED BVKRT WIDHK8DAT Sich'Jls BT THE BISMARCK lEIBUKE CO., C. A. LOUN8BERRT, Editor end Manager. suBscairno* rues: One Tear 00 8ix Montba 100 Address: C. A. Leushenr, Bismarck. Dakota Territory. NOTES AND HEWS. Postmaster General Key baa thirteen children. The Pope hu recovered from his reeent illness. The North Pacific earned 9400,000 above expenses last year. ft. Adams, of Omaha has been appointed P.^ *t Deadwood. The blood thirsty Washington edftoAfepoffenow as Don Pirate. •James Lawrence has been -st Spotted tall. ,Tnfe democratic natfgeity •Congress wilt be fifteen'. General Longstreet recently became a member Of the Roman Catholic Church. A majority of those seeking office are ex-members 'f of coaapeas, ex-go lunsrs, etorr Wm Jlatnpton .snpises aat folio# If the tr0opa«memo1r«n fi Cofi Jolte Lawrcfa&£of Tp|Jktoni. pointed Treasn iu' oUNBulngten County, The Pi esident expresses confidence that a satfaUsc tpry^rsy to gp P...

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. — 4 April 1877

Bismarck, D. T., Apr. 4» 1877. A squabe denial. Col- John H. Stevens, of Minneapolis, was in town list week and contracted with agent lor Ui«t towiuite Cvmpany, lur toar iow-on corner east of the Episcopal church block, stating be would build a summer residence thereon as soon as the Brainerd Branch is completed and make this hi* home half the year. The Colonel is presi­ dent of the Bismarck IriBim Company, and owns a large proportion of its stock, and left here Monday to have a look at his interests there, -ft JiMOfcteiL rumored since that Col. Lounsberry deafret to relin­ quish editorial charge of the paper, and that Cap t. Bleenpr of this place, will behls successor.—prai nerd Tribune. We clip the above from the ITaigo Times and expect to see it in about every other Minnesota or Dakota-exchange "we: take up. We got wind of the rumotthat Tribute we proposed to retire from the last week and tried to counteract its effect irTaJ iouble-leaded editorial denying,inci­ dentally that any...

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. — 4 April 1877

A OHN A. 8TO M. BAVI8.—Attorney at Llmoni sold, Abstracts of Title rdraisl^H&)He®tio«er«f Claims promptlT attended to. »«&is ivvA gggyjCXAWW* a opposite Tritrane B8- P. 8LAUGHTEE.-rPhj™|eian aadSargeOn. IK Pension and Examining 8urgeon. Office corner Main andSeeond Streets. he tap a loaf LCHHCH& Co.'s. Mfcln Street Cwata ^4f- rf tZWi? U\vr?i 'jiU\ Imp, 'i B'iSSr5r/ir«rf«:iop-^ atlO s. fa and "8:30 p. JBetyQqfcjfcjrelJncdM Business Directory. GMinneapolis T.ABK HOUSE—Corner- Fonrth Street and Hen­ nepin Aire:, two Blocks from the Academy of ..-Marie. Only first clajs Tiro Dollar Boase, New, Mtly furnished, and situated in the finest por Uifflffe'City. hotels: M^ohant's Hotel, Cor.^Main and Third St.* Bj|flfiarck, I. T. GRIFFIN, J?rop|rietor. Etnft-eommodiaus, rooms large, coat-' ktily^anUied. Sim claes-mereiy tau&able. i8*tf Strife 3LVL&. Yfy*p Front Srwt, "Um*rck that or fancy tU faction Bj£a4 ten cents lateral a* bought and for sale or rent. Dealer ia LAKKIN—Imp...

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