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Bismarck Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - February 5, 1878, Bismarck, North Dakota r. n WUrtt j. 1 0 i r-i r V 0 IMP M s t A REPUBLICAN PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TSIE Dakota SUBSCRIPTION One Year 86 9f) Six Months S 00 Three Montis 175 One Year 2 00 125 Three Months 75 3 at coat or to giva 3d and Meigs B on sale at P. 0. Book 54 o J Corner and 5th Von King of A First class Shaving Hall where none but the most competent workmen are Nea door to Peoples Supply 2" r or Weekly 1 1 subsequent insertions 50 tional at same Legal notice per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent Professional four lines or per additional lines Local business notices at transient Contract one Inch three months 2J laches 8 months 810.00; ten twenty WESTERN STAGE Daily Stage and Bismarck to Deadwood and return A Tri week y Stage and Express Bismarck to Ft Connects with mails AS Tri Weekly stage to Fart Rice At per Dei y ae ine was ouen at Crystal oy some one 01 ne 3ounc train am. open anti a e -o receive any news cies for o tnd Standing Connects Ram toll and points with stages for MIKE RUSH C Orders At- to 0000S, W. RAYMOND of and M and Beta 1 Dealers in Steamboat House Furnishing Exchange bought and Ac. Cor Main and 4th CLEAN and dealers in General and Steamboat embracing Dry Goods House Furnishing Main Between 3d and 4th.___________________________ f P. and Ac. Fine Old ai Wholesale Corner 3d and Meigs Commission Mei Dealers in and Produce Main St Opposite Tribune OHN Confectioners i B. largest and best hotel in Dakota Main and 6th sts D. Main and 3d L. N. Pilot A. king Main between 3d and 4th__________________ Street near JC ESTERN 3ros. Main street r w opposite RESTAURANT fe reet nearly Leaves Bismarck for Forts Berthold and Buford every Thursday ana Saturday at 8 a. arriving at at 4 p. m. Returning leaves Buford every Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. at Bismarck at 4p. m. on day's and E Persons Gto ie s gna 0., t ae signa as ie s is jas on mi es i o' s. Shu is a rJ iere were persons on o- whoa swam Xo assistance was frooa i is f. voi suppose I'm here rai 3e ic go c dust anc ie ass ga on o country oav r. T t ie 11 pic i I y gori who in lis arms cic jia y cic iress the lac lis w was care uny in a pa ace wore 8, sor of gori a I Never your chic are ha the anc f promoters o THK grun a young man shook farewe 1; The maiden a scream And went down to 11-----eaven. Gone for good and is -ie sice s low -ae Minnesota Legis a jSnow from Xew Yore to St. Pan to tea c ept i. 3eec en anc toil are ier lan ever from A iree are anc lus far t anc no you y insist upon Ca i aas sixty mi ion acres uncer ano manu annua y mi ion ons of a of 3e pose on le Ba- rer reso T icy no w T ley n Iffe had sai ec c oes as 8U ant c eaves Al rai imported Liquors and Bottled Lager by the or Smokers 2d door above Merchants Liquors and at the 5th For Freighter to i and Fresh MainSt bet 4fn and W WATrON and in Dry etc an entire line of General Main 5th AN and 1 dies Furnishing Ac Alain nnd 4th Paul Branch of Hanauer Retail Main 8IG and Retail Cloth Gent's Furnishing opposite Tribune H. Genera News Fresh Fruits Main nest dor to Capitol O Furnishing Main Tribune and Agent for Minneapolis 8091 Main opposite post A. Stationer SS in and Cabinet Upholstering E Leaves Bis marck for Ft at 9 m p m leaves Lincoln dt 10 a m n m St. i sir ess P. Maurice W. L. LYONS and Deal er i in Fine and Old and lye tVines and Brandies Scotc i Dublin and London 9i Bast St. LARK and dealers u French G Lamps and House hird Minn Manufacturer ai d Jobbers of Clothing and i OOPS East Si St. Paul Minn. GOOB Merchan and dealers in 82 Jackson St. Minn. Suits mad n the most fashionable at lort St rr r. S. LANG K. H. W. STONt O AND M. A. and Cl Flue Mam St. near corner 4th________________ Drug O of and Undei Toilet Station 2T w St. 28-6o. Main St F. Pal dealer It Furnishing Ninth and St. St. M Made J 55 East St. Paul Mail Orders receive p romps attention and price to be the lowest in the ai 1.5 am ore anc curried 50 -ons iron ana severa mai s Jan. morning tie s jip Vom 3razi on tie tie ence of a 3. Great con ec on Owing -o tie Jury ga e tie roaring o' tie sur tie the cou u not ae tie passengers ano crew lun are -o be sai ors wio oni signa appears tie vesse iaa ga e troro southeast tie last twenty toui ano waen sie struct Bit VHS souti vesse swung sit e t ie sur macri a comp over let ne many tio e over a into F ie as c -re C 3Cr. Cue sis a mono- je more ie hig Groome is ic rom f anc is saic Young was an em JLe us generous y lat le eu 3uropeT Clamper 10 y It wants tne to ma ve inn a proposition emen noise aat tae Czar extorts in t C wi w ie crops it Ciar es Acams refuses je my oest anc ic exc aims Between icart tending 10 cs seven every member he vd for or in any given exis or aic any en in us is government a one or commercial wor c. It is c ion o Me o- ic way o anc vote is in no sense a o iat ie ie 7RANGIS I. AILET Shelf Hardware of Copper am 48-6ra I am prepared M fl 1 all orders for me. C O. dealer in Wi line of Hosiery Fourth Street and Heb two Blocks from the Academy Only class Two Dollar New y and situated In the finest por ion of of ie Secre o T c ie 11 tenor aas received con irma -ory le a o iy nm Sa .ie Tree c man's recent n t ie ma .er o' crue anc care o wair y im s nee inves One o' contains a show A Crazy Speech m O 3era Kouse in. New York 29. George Train 000 Dersons in Newart ass A. me was co -ae on laving ie w ana wi co c iy ac sa on saic in cou auci anc cou c maie to hay a si t cresa for he represent ae ism represent ie t Louisiana re poor lis tare i Loo K at reasonable O' 'E of in con ion o' lave c iee a- ee ings aug i ie a aown on Ana yei an ca k los 10 azL Doors 901 Trimmings A. B. L Also hewing House Bealers ii j Ac Urnla J 9. and Retail Liquors including fim Mi A. Main St near M Liquors and Cigars W. o 8U, 8d aad 4th The and beat Hote M Zerr Who avr. yara was a common juvia b- reception mu i a in s o' ie ies were ex iu sight M anc a s a i i are u ar 7 on Dr. i i -o on -a v 3 rev T D urer warranted t. Brewery MX goods and work for gents or ladies a quickly and neatly Orders from abroad receive prompt Portrait and Landscape 2T er n Arms and V attention Main 9d and 3d. W. y for property from one to 3va acre Improved sale or property ii Building new and rooms com i and tastily First claps n Bills 3-27tf 2 Publisher P. aud for R. B. MK Superior or ft Pu get Sound 4 on appl C S. and 8T3. Material on and Contract work Firs Oct. kz every W. All machines for sale or Attachments of all Ice. 3d and l I 3 AYMOND ft Bank of Exchange bought and Interest allowed on time insertion Jan. 24.1378. having been made in the cone of a certain mortgage made and by liam F. to Albert bearing date the 6th of 1877. whereby the said mortgagor did barga n and ael and convey unto th e said his heirs and assigns the following described real to Lot number five in block fifty in the city of according to the thereof filed for record in the office of the register of in and for the county of B. to secure the payment of two hundred fifty and interest thereon at the rate of ten per cant per an- Piece Zi man is very muci agha in mine over egis upon of ie 7n an interview f iec as to piece of non sense anc je c piece o' si i- saic paci o' s or any can an ca ies ie i- o' Sata i -o I oo u jon i- as io you in t i f w i Congressmen are a foo s. BUT chey lass IT such a course were in of wou e je cay ig In time it may jow are we to se o' o' mi es o' anc lorcer wit i a co you tin s. o' ie j an -o compel army oncers co wear uni- on a. Wore i. in In cone us oa a as ac c as a vi have a new I aha Sun anc 10 cs seven mi co Wio t lat o inny 3u lap JY over t le Russian 3. O. ac an- t ie Tenti S ates lib eg jy t ie turning stage wi ose A wicow sixty years of anc -n a yout i ancer 19, in St. A muci c icr One o. lem ec oric T ie Mur 3 iy movement is ma a Vermi anc i coring Near v n 3 ions are now worn in Societies are heing in C ay i of i his arm Sprague anc his c larming spouse are emp t ie cream en er -o v is owing y. Tae o San Francisco are a 6-ioemacer, a lire O las in country a jmc a hern a. who heen 'a i lave for one Pi et on year anc is Beginning o a c a masc aerate of a coc isi in c own on ic c coup w lie i to the of ie repor .er was 3ao.y distingue anc sy certain je sais w las as ie creme de la creme ol t ic Aaut new race o anc G RAY ft at Money to ft Attorneys at 4th O St John A. VAN at Law and United States ft O A Main rf P West Main Street This h inse is a lurge three story we lighted and situated only a tods fron the River men railroad miners ar d army people find first class accora at reasonable A AVID and City 7Gtf. PHYSICIANS OC i OR H. R. Office Best to Tribune 7> F. U. 8. Examining Cv 7ro D. T. This Hotel la well and the supplied vith the best the market Prices JL. A. f fice for the present at room 45, Sheridan Calla left at the office promptly attended D. D. Opposite Sheridan oa Fourth in j v. Will prac In all the courts ant prosecute claims against the U. Office the Capitol 51 men sioa c wear in garrison anc among v num. to the s of certain forms O O anc Tn note made and delivered the H F. Goggin to the said Albert which said Sir no Wear mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the uni orms among congressmen anc luter of deeds of Burleigh county on the 17tV day of 1877, in BOOK B of mortgages on page which saw mortgage was duly assignee by the said Albert Whitney to George Peoples by an assignment in dated September 29, 1877, which said was duly recorded In the office of the ister of deeds aforesaid on the 2Sd day of 1S78, in Book B of on page 3. And whereas claimed to ae due on note and at the date of this for principal and two hundred and sixty-three ant 83-100 and twenty-five dollars allowed by terms of said in case of foreclosure attorneys And no proceedings having been taken at law or otherwise to recover the sum ed oy said or any part is hereby that by virtue of a power ef sale in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute in such cage made and peo J e are much WOr C. the said mortgage will be by sale of i saic mortgaged and sa d sale will be made by the sheriff or his on in of said lot in the city ol the 15th day of 187s. at 10 o' clock in the to satisfy amount which will then be due on note anc We in an exchange via ias Mace 3arc o' i ie o o ie o' a of 3e e ing c r current ie GIIL Im- mense ire Sow curing spring a ow i t- c if eu was ec i region lave a m c anc anas maee T lis is proved w inf o' lis is hy c ie i is I1 ie sc leme has been 01 e oy ie on y ac e i s -ie s also -ie who e American is e cion jy 33 anc free access o ocean which Vom ie lores o' Japan across western coast of in 3ar-rooms, but among gen. emen t icy siou wear aa. New Sun. Oo in Gram Centra ac arguing wita a e gori a on cie sity o tie rai wav i i A Vica pu j ic one vour wi OB v cos e rec aac mi saic 3rori anc ie venera e A can ie u anu nec o J er with the said aum of twenty-five attorneys fees as and all lawful costs January 24> 1873. 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