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Bismarck Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - June 27, 1877, Bismarck, North Dakota k i P 'A T. -TlP'Qr t j J, j 'V V L. i-f .9 1 l-. j -1 ___ _ 'i r l f V i '1 NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED AND WEEKLY BY Bismarck, Dakota "erritory. BOBBCBIPTI0H FBIOB: i .Tri- Weekly, One Year "f Six ...800 Three Xonths.. 1 75 Weekly. One Tear 800. Konfts.... 75 ADTMtTiama M wamcL-r on iw-wBaKi-T: CwrenucT One Inch one year HIS; Two Inchei 25; -to-, 8 .UTOfe 15 nehes column -160. L tf. per Une flrat inserton; One-na f ffided.'or where i- river, military -tire.; miners -.race coulc n'-sus'.ain more' han at. one lorse s a c -.hems elves arid TO each by so doing -h'ey wajrc. off-TO seme exrenT, n inpus and of-.ie Idba'.' paper whjch hLS c ore me is doing Titre any o :her agency hat cone or can do. As a fac: -.h 5CVSI-C. A !i Xatie P. Kountz, do a fa-e.e in Jig Horn Juy 1 do July4M ___ Weaver BlgH _. Florence Xeyer, Yel uly iT H s-.eame- TO.2S.vSwa sus Tea w: 40; ai dXona. too eentli 3 per lime. r nservon Au es-s, fnclut ing -he yinh Pacilc, have expenc ec EOT this put >ose, we are making sac portions of Minneso'A. Sonni- -we! r in vhis ci-y, repon? Hhe -ion of lirxeen JHMK f ed acres of on AU Mcoec. county 4 None. a. __i. -v s-v DBPJ.BIDBES v tefthp frflnme. B HDnrfee, Cou son; Benton. IHE OUD ABOLITIONIST.. ST. Paul, f une ia n Gar- rison was ftjr by -.he 3nglish An-A-slavery Cif' Doveh- sliire, a- -he I-Iouse in In a speech on -Jia-. occasion, Garrison approved poacy, bu- T5S yielc -he Pfepe ajpoin-.ee .riffjFinle, vicar e Archbishop. 'n' BISHOP GIBBONS, received a: -e ejrjanv successor, and 5 Rcosev6 Arch- 5 f CUT HALI., BISIIABCC, 7.. 8th June, A.'McLean.BIayor, _n tha chair. Peoples, Ma oy, Corey. Kc- Zeniie and Griffin. Alderman Douglas absent.. meet-ng read ant. tpproyed.. Wroni _st, to dSJfBBAi. FOKD. .8TY. 7roni Jan 6, June OrCera issued....... ...H75C95 taeMayor to ueed to J. A. an ord nance for thU pur- Tje foUowJl rwo ut-on WM then o fered by 3. Z. Z1 5or3 Tuesday aigb- wi'ii a 51 ,rull i of frefcV, and Tae taut on-i Reverenc i Kansas, -.o art So. -jr, and 1.. and 7, In block City .Council dated Xarch I. A. -_8 lots (to be _ r_______printmg> atthe price Sae under the be am auie dlrecMon >o the henly cOBOrmec. tlie commlltee Y POIIICB Jaa4, June Icraed..... 120 April 17, June canc'l't. 4T-8s sa SS J17, OfcnoTd i Oty Na-han Ita'trri Ttibuse, -he of young publishers of "magniScen: (anc gorgeous.'' 3u- Xnche- dm cpmplimen-.s ne evic en- y Trying TO hjtndsome in case. cayss of robSery, so far commi--ec oni -le- ert. routes -eye- ing from -_ie, I-Ii.: s, poin- -x> of -ramps, icr. -.'ian work of s. As 'jam-js go ia- vray shoulc. ?.ie Cus- -er rou-.e anc. avoic :i J j The Minheapo is Tribune repors boi..era jSaie on ILace and -he loss of; 5ve persons ki_ec, N. 3. anc severa. o-her ci-jzerks had iefi -Jse a-.Waze.-a only ,a ;few moments before-h T. M. 5 Zimer Gooc, anfr son and f. s, St. ?i.u, WL-ianm G. i A. Dearborn and E. H. Springe-, 3Cin- neapolfs, and .Seiuror W. T. 3or niwe Hu-cXinsoh, ire city en rou-.e for Hi's. The- iave lis-ened so Long -.o Newson's experiences in -he '-Zills, -ha- -lie are aSes-.ec more or .ess cuar-z' o i New-, son goes as superin-enoen- of -he Paul and H'l s Go c Xining Com> which Co DiSGrafJis President, ancxrher earing S-. 2feul men 8-.oc4.io d- ers. Xessrs. Wi .ianu, and I) ear born go -o -he C-I1 s a- immense s :ock of groceriefc embracing t re ong o- icr li igs -he: a-.esvnovejues in canned goods, in- cluc ing canned; pork s nd beans. Na'hau Mvrick goes a saw mill for 3eav Springer clp-hingi, bf QSce nas al or -.he survey of jubaet TO -rom same amoui- Mon-ana, arrive a-; -river. al- polloeman Koardtag ?rjon- orderea drawn: -HEFRKSIDEN-T b', lis po'n is bani ic a mos- en-iius'as-ac rccep-ion in 3ps- anc i -on yes-.erc ay. :e s-eamer Tl.nrsb. "he? repa'rs ;o in Pennsylvania are to be on; plee gee -o s-j-ke prpposec g ferriveo t cue-ion of wages, "he s-ri.ce wil- ?rob- anc ;wL. leave for -.be ably be inaugura-ed-o-day. i C evening. i; f( HAYTIAN MISSION at as. ItoZramVc, i Bill at Z.ic. J9, for reeorc ng S3? on the table lor further coniideratlon. .dLlovet. Mooatiad and earrlec -uat Abe debrey, be dlaciarged. anu carr.ed that Pennell be ewnntaijaaer and further JHtraowA to eoUect poL tax and expend jieaohwarc aieoLeeted. ptovfded expend- lure carried that thec'Uengl- nstraotec v> the grace o. Main -rstte ?-nhKreei noudve. inded anc earr.ed die City At- torney v> f urn ah tbe Mayor and am nno. 3734 84. ST5- S C.. Clerk. Been w Common Conned wah a copy >.hci law retailing to vhe dapottl o: city lota, aim a copy.of chy charter amiamended. a c ac in gar and having-he general .s-y eps man ij> ifr. Bpps-em's pawn jroser 'n' V nrtr And Vie Mayer to deed to H. Ward Mr. represen-ii ig ,severa WI Jams who is now! in -he en for S acx HSi: s a s :ock of goods, iasselec-.ee swamp near Srainerd for -he purpose of planing wi-h i. -o pibdncJng 'hops S ack Hi Is; prove a hvmbug. I i iT, ie Yank-on uses a so os- beau- -jful, pure and vigorous Srigrish' i: wan-.s -xi speak of at co lenr.porary. .Hav- ing occasion at'cress -he Bismarck Jjnreftil aric a pup-- py." playful remarks: o- Da- bre-.hren sh'pw an order of civi iza- high advanced very Sioux City Tribune. -die hear -he zenark al "ucec TO bu-.-.he 7 ie "Seiilows-one Jne, -he _s_ 4poriion of iwhici.is ajready ceiyerecj eu. if he .ween "he -xussian -ai or am.'.he eomp.ny con-icenr.y expfcC-10 mHtand wththecor. ant. con.WBsef, and for the of conveyance pf io ma author olv of avenues, and si id he wpu c a dicker. "Tel.sir.wha; cat for incmreu v.e urbane .some goLc said -he ;ert I'm hard, up and wan- -.o raise iy on -his 'ere p'.Je." 'from an inner itreas- >oarc" box, careful 17 lif and cisclosec pawn- >rokar bane fu of gold and thewert tun., .ivmuiujmiiy >v wu a, a-Gmargroand a_ deLiYer ive mon-xj inAabiran-s of -.he place have ofa y, fled TO T-iese -ownsbeing was -he, Governor-General -fa ye _OW8 ;one; of Bulgaria hij -jinouacstd ho.d and -he I one Ipcal i.u-Sori'ieB responsible for :het -e is ae way. -be T on o.' qcaner from T ana io 'arCter rte to wrtidraw ant' any anc 'On V was -be "C 'J miner, wan-, ;.o aiake a rus'e. I guess ee me irougn for a few c ays, ant. when _ "gh Bend for iV r pawnbroker 6ne ofl the f -wen-y-one and ;he ae ofe-ec ;o icvance ary. _N___ vance of a -ong ne of wi'. seek S ack in -he course of a few mon-iSs, There s certain y millions in -he I-IillS'for men of nerve or bui -he penni ess pi grim had bes- remain a- home, for if he-goes -.o :he Mills wi-h- knowledge of min ng, wi-'.ion- a nxec purpose anc meat s he wil. become a c sucker sure. have craaec a-. Ibria. and Galo-z, 4, n. Cons-An-anople ss-ys acyices from 3rzeroum are -.o eSec- -ha- Meekhar Pascho has won a GRBAT VICTORY i I one -housana Russians. The Russians have again as- 'Jhe ac ies socie-y ef S Ifary's olic Oh-ircj, wi -he irs-ifeniversiiry -he bir-hcay''in tecor i jjeniury rackman'sSlace and wii- be en-er-a'n 'here ie children of ijs and neig.i> borhooc, loge-her ,leir fr'erit s wjo are wiMin; hu in auiiaiflg summer a scaop. and resicencie ip-i -.ea and1 coSae, emonade and rr- pf a.l kin cs -.o bring when A ICa- Creek, Wyoming, ci u.pa-ch yes- -erc ay says coach fromOeadwoocl was BTOpped Sunoay nigh- r ear Cheyerine river by-wo ROAD AGENTS. T ie nve in number, were robbed of abou-Si 500 in money, wa-.cliesi e-c.; George Crychal; los- seven hundred in money and a geld, The TCasure nvi-ec TO iron, Hioa V 'ben mac e "tie is -y equipped, and moved along from aoir she was p.acec'ii -his perfec-, in all The S ferman was c e ayec nineheen days jy E 'ng of Cameron. Aside from she wi-1 np de ay. 'ami. ies on Me are yr, ;ing en nice- y, li fe on -he murky o -he Missouri 's -iab e ;o become 'ire- some af-er or -bree mon-hs. "he 'amilies are we. provided for from -he commisary deparimen- of army, fire. for culinary operations. A laundry! anc p-ler things necessary is vie at 'J ie s-jr.erooms are large, nice_v arranged and well yen j Adams ntro.uqed iuncec c o. aw ia" cat. ;ha paicnbioiwi. ja-w. nS -ho box and ?rec ei Cm Bistuack. 9. June, L877. A. Mayor' a the chair.. 3o_ cal .c.
u- peop.e wi. buy -heir np'ibns r, Go's because ".bey keep a jooc assor-men-. risburg, Pa. A- -lie special elec-aon yes-eve ay in S. C., "men rie Z emocra-s, -he 3tepub icans running any -o -he: pi 3 moan-aius, andprospefc; ;he _coun-ry, is called ;o mee- a- Chunplon 1 lups-. i every man ie prose ty os: ant; to 19, kn 48, VL t ie C_ty o: Jisniarclt. Xhode Island, year.ercay. RADICAL REPUS LICAN iarp-y cri-icize -.he P orders -ha- orlce ho c ers slia'' ac-iye in -he management o f T-lie AH Se-atiiij- to Lots L8VJ.3, _5, _6, West Orale-SuL-l! oil 69. The City CokneU of the Giiy of Jffsmareis do Ordain, and decree? That Edmond Hackett having made and furn.. 'jhod anc. snQc en] proof o'bona in block 46, and blocks 65, 67 and the west one i of 69, in the city of Bismarck, and of having made substantial improvements thereon. The I'--------' said c-ty a hereby authorized, ..empowered reeled to execute to said Bdmonc Haeketta _.__ conveyance of sale, lotsnpon payment oftie pro er, therefor. Approved June S, 1877. Signec, J. A. McLEAN, Mayor. Attest: O. O. CLARK. Pep City Clerk; T Garl s-wre, opposite IPosr, and' examine 'Jhe At irtns nug 50- was fount. 10 p" ;he same charuc-er, -he whple being a 'rac-ion over'St. i "he -rtck was now -ransparenft. "ie pre ;encec miner was in rea i very c.ever swiid.er, w 10 had jopces, one containing -.he pure at c -he o ;her 1 "H _Lv! 3111 o.' W A >y; aloy, "ires cja; lowec Ked. r" mo- Orfjn, was laid on nT Carred. ,00. on motion of tar- ,he >i.ded sLver, which ae ai -he 'Le, -ire-encec: vhe oSir p! general. s'-'.C. _emade -ais escape, and -iLr. >hi ospphical 7 his .osSOf s ham _______ ._.____ then appointed, .conrist- L Corey. Ib by and Griffin, to repdrt on-tnvpropowd Processor Saycetf anc irs corps exp-prers fc ready bee i rewarc ed and he having -biai; ,afiarc.i afjerjinewl.ipdge ;ln ;ie ery ia 'Go-draco anc ei T ar i o" ;he remblne. o" ci lies, wbich terms of pre-" s jow -.h- (seconded by Corey, that e vW ley o' Animal river inm fund Burchase ;ed ceniir'es ago by a ie appropitatec iMa platof thetownalte. Parried....... Moved by McZendei seconded by iSaiov.'Cutt Oie highly i-n-e.agen- anc cu. ;iva ;ec race o. Xayor be empowered to purchase a fire proof safe e l -i 10 e.f-'she. river 3ismarck mercJian-.s have always! been -i all of s-ock lavemace big money ant up "a .arge Business, and -.o a greaT ex-en- ac.ver-ising, bu- some new comers seem -.o t -because busi- ness does come -.o icm at once tlia- i- is -p econbmize and tiey-cpin- -Taence by saving ie .ew do. ars recvuirec i-or-lie'oca. paper. A new icuse can no more bui-d up a business, in iis can he; of green wi-jou-.l'kinc- ling.--'Wiia "he Tocal: :irac e e so much ;bu- buts'te only "hat whereas, ohn A. 'has fnrnjshed valuable improvements, upon lot No. 1J, in block 43, in said city of Bis.narck, the Mayor of said city is iereby directed -to te the said ttohn A. Stoyell a deed of.conveyance of said 13-, upon proved 22d t une, i. Signed, i C. ID a ejcaminationTanc aas borne .liaise." witll singular moces- -y anc good. sense, during tie .pas- yiear be nas occupied -aet posicion o' o' ;ie corps rii cac highes- post jvnicli can be held. Gen. S lerman s look lands wl'a "ie of -he young grand lopping old me verv procd of his son, as he has a -p warmly :ec him on I'.he iri liani ca- reer which was before -he ytfun 5 man." The statement o'che city finances having, been 1'ions, read and referred to the committee on ways and j means, who after auditing the'accounts.recommend- ed that be approved.' On ieing put io the scrip ;ions, w lie i as lave. no; oeen motion prevailed. 'n-pr irp-ns, ie Vava'o nc ians sav Moved Friday; 22d. j" foS "a-.hers came -liere Sye 6 d men's ages igo, ruins -iere, as. and Origin.'. -i Concerning., -leXilXev.' S. p., says: remember trie BISMARCK, 22d 1877. Board met panuanc to acjournment. J A Mayor, n the chair. Rol cal. d' McXeizie, Griffin, Ma- Toy and Corey. A Peoples and Douglas. Minutes last meeting read and approved. MpveC by: Griffin, seconded McKehzie, i that bill of G P Plannery, for services' aa City Attorney, be allowed.on jeneral fund. Carried. Moved by Griffin, seconded by Corey, that the or- city beapjroyed. _ Movet by GE ffin, seconded by Corey. OtK tbe bUl of 84i', W for servibes, be .aid the __ o r a orominen- onicer in nava. service, wieri a friend as tec i" he possir jly be Leved in wlaic't _ie lac naying seemec. Incicate ie ,iad a certain unconfessec fait'i f it a1 'in in sue i a.-Dpara-ions.: '.N in 'outt in t'.ie c.piib-s.'t- table far further consideration. Motion prevai.ed. The .committee Appointed to enquire into tbe Moved by Griffin, seconded by Corey, that ordi- was reo'v nance be passed anthoriztng the Mayor to 50 .J.ecavjtn_e, lots for sale by public auction; An ordinance 'or _ mus- _ lave in y i.iis pukpose was fierettpon. and passed. J.. Moved by! Gr flin, seconded by McKehzie. ;hat i _ city Marshall directed to 'collecs the tax on 1C W estern .man ogs and if the eald tax 9e not paid on or before of "JlC 'fathers'. ___.. ___ thirst, i tie EWSPAPER __ 1NEWSPAPEH -if I
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