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   Bismarck Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - February 5, 1878, Bismarck, North Dakota                               r. n WUrtt Afjr j. 1 0 i "i-r r-i r _OL.r i.. V i_i 0 _ _. ._ IMP M _._ s t A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED TRI-WKEKLY AMJ WEEKLY BY TSIE BISTOARCK TRIRVftE CO., -Bismarck, Dakota Territory. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Tri-Weekly, One Year 86 9f) Six Months S 00 Three Montis 175 Weekly, One Year 2 00 SixMonths S... 125 Three Months 75 3 BLGS at coat or to giva away. Cor. 3d and Meigs Sts. B hies, on sale at P. 0. Book Store. 54 o _ J .IVSKY O1N Corner IV'ain and 5th __ SIAItBEKS. "EHLI Von King of iBar- bers. A First class Shaving Hall where none but the most competent workmen are employed. Nea door to Peoples Supply Store. 2" r Tri-Weekly or Weekly Transient, 1 inch. 1 time. subsequent insertions 50 cents; addi- tional lines, "nonpar el, at same rate. Legal notice '..00 per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent inser- tion. Professional cards, four lines or less, per annum, UlO.OO; additional lines Local business notices at transient rates. Contract one Inch three months 2J laches 8 months 810.00; ten Inches. twenty nches, "VT3RTH WESTERN STAGE Daily Stage and Express. Bismarck to Deadwood and return :OPLES A Tri week y Stage and Express Bismarck to Ft Buford. Connects with mails River. _ AS Tri Weekly stage to Fart Rice At per Core., Dei ivereu. A? y ae te.egrapn ine was ouen -ercay morn'ng. at Crystal Springs, oy some one 01 ne Uas-.ern 3ounc train am. remainec open anti to-cay's -rain arrivec -.iere, -lisa-'ternoon. -oo a e -o receive any news cies for -o-cay's TRIBUNE. o tnd Standing Rock. Connects Ram toll and points below. with stages for PEOPLES. MIKE RUSH C Orders jUbroac. At- tenM.ec. to 0000S, 'I NO, Jke. W. RAYMOND of Bismarck, and M holesale and Beta 1 Dealers in Groceries, Pro- visions, Steamboat Supplies, House Furnishing Goods, Exchange bought and bold, collections, Ac. Cor Main and 4th Streets. ___........... CLEAN MACNlDER-rWholesale and Retaf _iJL. dealers in General and Steamboat Supplies, embracing Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods Clothing, House Furnishing Goods, Main St, Between 3d and 4th.___________________________ f P. and Provisioct Cigars, Ac. Fine Old Bouboiu ai Wholesale priees. Corner 3d and Meigs AKK1N Commission Mei chants. Dealers in Groceries. Grain, Piovhion and Produce Main St Opposite Tribune Block. OHN YEGIN Bakery. Confectioners i KBIDAN B. Wll'ey, Manager, "be largest and best hotel in Dakota Territory. Cor. Main and 6th sts Bismarck. D. T.__________ SRCHANTS Main and 3d Sts. L. N. Griffin, Proprietor.__________________ XTA Pilot A. king Proprietor, Main litreet between 3d and 4th__________________ Proprietor. ?ifth Street near Main. JC ESTERN 3ros. Main street r w opposite depot._________________________ RESTAURANT A-XD fe reet nearly opposite" depot. Leaves Bismarck for Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Buford every Tuescay, Thursday ana Saturday at 8 a. m., arriving at at 4 p. m. Returning leaves Buford every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. at Bismarck at 4p. m. on Wednesday's, ?r day's and E uaday's. Knnured Persons Gto An----Z'aceu an. ie s gna .iiv.yhawi, X. 0., re. t ae signa oflcer as 'o.- o? -s: 'J ie s .earner is jas s.rancec on heach, mi es i o' Currkuc s. louse. Shu is a to'.a. oss. rJ iere were persons on hoarc, ''.y o- whoa swam Xo assistance was rencerec frooa i e-saving sur.ion. "ie wrwci is aiou, -.wensy mi.es lawc sta-.ion. f. voi suppose I'm here >ired 'Tie rai rorc. 3e :wi c, ic as- OUICD go c dust anc ie ass ga on o )a m-oi in-ie country ;o oav "or r. T laj.'s t ie sor, o" ;oo 11 pic i I am." s-ia-soF' so" y murmurea veneraje gori a, who tiereujon in lis arms cic en'o.c, "o jia jear- lassiona-.e y cic iress the .as; irea-i lac er, lis iocv, w was care uny in a pa ace car, whh >ar-ing wore 8, "Gooc jy, Vom. .-.'s sor of gori a I Never coun- your chic Je'ore -hey are ha ,chec. the anc f "exas ?Aoi'.o promoters o and. News. THK L1.S1 GOOD-BTE. Thejmalden grun a young man shook farewe 1; The maiden scrome a scream diet, And went Ftraig.it down to 11-----eaven. Gone for good and all. inxestigafon is -ie sice s low A" -ae Minnesota Legis a .ure. jSnow from Xew Yore to St. Pan varying-rom to tea inciesin c ept i. 3eec icr, Ti.e en anc Xou toil are ur- ier lan ever from reconci iation A iree are lecturing1. anc lus far s.ja t go, anc no you rea. y insist upon _ Ca i brnia aas sixty mi ion acres uncer vineyards, ano manu annua y -.en mi ion -ga.. ons of wine. no" a wrcootmsee >y of 3e _: pose yej-ercay on le Ba- rer jsky reso U-JOD. T icy .aca no w ,s acop-ion. T ley c.ai n ia- ieir >i. Iffe .ropoiis had sai ec 'or c oes no" as 8U ant "ia" svcon-rac c reso.u.ion eaves _ Al rai ROOMS, NNE-HA imported Liquors and Cigars, Bottled Milwaukee1 Lager by the glass, bottl or case. Smokers Goods, Tobacco, 2d door above Merchants Hotel.___________________ T> Liquors and Cigars, at the stand, 5th gtreet. For Freighter Pasetf (ajiply to i and Fresh Fruit. MainSt bet 4fn and Fifth. W WATrON and Ketai' Dealeis in Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, etc tmbrncmg an entire line of General {Merchandist Main ,tnil 5th St.________________________ AN Goods, Gent's" and 1   East Thin. Si reet. St. Paul Minn. ATHES, GOOB SCHUJtMEIER, Merchan '_ Tailors, and dealers in Gents' FurnishingGoodi- 82 Jackson Street. St. Paul. Minn. Suits mad n the most fashionable e, at lort notice. St rr r. S. WHITE, F7 LANG K. H. W. STONt Q> O Cjo_0 (S; AND M. A. Tonics. and Cl Toilett Articles. Flue Cutlery. Paints. Mam St. near corner 4th________________ Drug Paint- O of S-hirts and Undei Oils, Yarnlshea. Glaw, Toilet Articles, Station _, wear> 2T w Street, St. Paul. 28-6o. ery. Ltaam. Main St bttweeJ------------------------------------------------------------- F. POsCH-Merchant Pal or.and dealer It G( Furnishing Goods, Car. Ninth and St. St. Paul. M litary Unifbrna Made J 55 East 'flilrtl St., St. Paul Mail Orders receive p romps attention and price uaranteec to be the lowest in the West. -.or} "or ai ICaceira 1.5 am ore roac, anc curried _a3orers, 50 -ons rai.roac iron ana severa mai s 'or irtzi. ANNOTHJiB ACCOUNT. VA., Jan. -in! morning tie s .earns jip is, Vom ?ai ace.piia "or Paris, 3razi wen-, asaore on tie Ourrruci jeacti, tireeaiies sou'io" tie _ig.i- louse, during-ie'ireva ence of a sou-tieasi 3. Great con 'usion orevai, ec on Owing -o tie Jury o.' ga e tie roaring o' tie sur tie orcei> the o3cers cou u not ae leaiu Aaoutd'tya tie passengers ano crew weiewas-iec asioie Aaout tscd lun ere, are oe.ievec -o be .ost. J'roai o" -.le sai ors wio arrivec oni .jti signa i-, appears ;nai tie vesse iaa encounterec ga e troro -.le southeast >or tie last twenty toui lours, ano waen sie struct Bit VHS leauing aaou- souti souMeas.. 'ie vesse swung aroa oai a into F ie sea. as Pacif c janv's >i -re C clearec nn- r> ._ ___ year. 3Cr. Cue sis oecoming a mono- poy; je more poels. _5e lo.c ie hig Groome come-1! I-Ie is ic Sena-.or rom f anc -wo .lunorec n'ty'pouncs. is saic ia- Brig.iam Young was an em aezz er. JLe us generous y rememher, lowever, lat le .ias no-. eu 3uropeT Clamper ain, principa. 10 -.-ie O.Q y innesuta Ji. It wants tne .egis to ma ve inn a proposition se.- emen W.ia-a noise aat wiic-i tae Czar extorts in be'ia t C iriVianity, wi w leii ie crops it -.ie coii- -.rijution, DOX, Ciar es Acams refuses je comfortfu. my oest anc on.v ic exc aims Between icart tending soos. 10 cs seven every member o'congress, wae-.her he vd ,ea for i, or noi, "Yee .o de-ermine "or limse wietier -he necessi-y, in any given case, exis ,s or govern- aic any sieciao en .erorise wnci, in us is aeniicia ei'ier -.o government a one or commercial wor c. It is c aimec ion o Me 'rienos o- ic way "or ,ae i'es- o ution, anc -ia, ,.ie vote is in no sense a o'tae strengti o iat measure. ie ie GSORG-S 7RANGIS woe: Vourthand Filtl. I. AILET Shelf Hardware __ _ of Copper am jpecia ty. 48-6ra I am prepared M fl 1 all orders for me. C O. Hardware, Stoves. MWfMtarer an4 dealer in Wi line of Gloves, Hosiery Fourth Street and Heb Ave., two Blocks from the Academy o> Only flrst class Two Dollar House, New y furnished, and situated In the finest por ion of .he S-wry of f, ar. ie Secre .ary o T c ie 11 tenor aas received severa. Icavhs con irma -ory o't le a .axemen .s o 'witnesses exam'cec iy nm Sa .urcay .43% showin'g >ia' egan One o' contains a g-.a .emer., show A Crazy Speech m O 3era Kouse in. !Xc New York special, 29. George .Trancis Train .ec.urec 000 Dersons in Newart ass evening. A. tiougi me nigi, was co c, -ae _ec >urer insistec on laving ie w ncowa >icn ana tie-nouse looaed wi .h co c air. a'ty >ewari'a  of July, 1877. whereby the said mortgagor did grant, barga n and ael and convey unto th e said mortgagee, his heirs and assigns forever, the following described real es- tate, to wit: Lot number five in block fifty 'our, in the city of Bismarck, according to the pla- thereof filed for record in the office of the register of deed- in and for the county of Burleiei, B. T, to secure the payment of two hundred aJid fifty dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of ten per cant per an- Piece Zi Age." WASHINGTON, Sjier- man is very muci agha ,ec in mine over irea-.enec egis a-ion upon ,he Jec- of ie amy. 7n an interview f iec as to ows camneoes- piece of non sense anc je c amneaes. piece o' si i- saic ae. "Any paci o' es.mnee 'oo s or any oamneu 'oo can ces-.roy an army, >u, i- e jpec. je "ore cay ig i-. In time o'peace it may co, >u jow are we to se ca4e o' lousancs o' mi es o' roao anc lorcer wit i a reaucec 'orce Wna, co you tin s. o' ie j an -o compel army oncers co wear -ieir uni- rorms on a. occasions, Wore i. iu- -oge-.ier. in i.. In cone us oa a ,-v as ac c as a raven's; 'in vi have a new I aha %'i Sun anc 10 cs seven luncrec mi .ion. co Wio wnn- cers, tnen, t lat o inny 3u -isn't lap JY over t le Russian succefcses? 3. O. Gijson, ac an- t ie Tenti "Jmtec S ates infantiy, lib eg jy t ie ovei turning stage Antonio, .-le wi ose .m ..bo-.. A wicow sixty years of age, anc .laving -n C-ii cren, -ias marriec a yout i ancer 19, in St. A aans, Vt.. muci "to t.ie c isgus- o." icr sons. One o. lem inocx- ec -_ie oric egroom cown. T ie Mur 3 iy -enmerance movement is ma dng a Vermi anc i coring :owns. Near v luncCrec n 3 ions are now worn in ''Ver- iniuon. Societies are heing organizec. in a.- parzs o-" C ay coun-y. _On iels-.reng-. i of t.ie whic i his _s anc. arm owes, ox-Sena-or Sprague anc his c larming spouse are emp oying t ie cream o." socia. en er ain- mer.-sat Wasiing-on. T.ie nex-. jes- -o wwing .arge v is owing magnH- y. Tae -wo eacers o an-.i-C.iinese .ahor -ritr.erso: San Francisco are a 6-ioemacer, ocx, a Yorxt, lire Zng.is iman, ;br-y O c, -w.io las in -ne country a ,k.-e wiie, jmc a crfirymany hern a. Co.x, _re anc, who "has heen 'a eiuzen .ong e'noug i -.o lave for Hayes. Tiey jiave go- one o" -lose -.hingfc Pi et on year anc icre is t.ie Beginning o a c escrip-.ion a masc aerate of a coc isi co.erie in ci-y c own on ic ei- c panorama, t.ie coup d'oeil w lie i ?resen-ec i-.se to the of ie repor .er was incescri 3ao.y distingue anc marxec sy -.iat certain je sais auoi w lic.i las s-ampec co-.erie as ie creme de la creme ol t ic Aaut ton." new race o men.' _n jar-rooms anc G AJ8LET OBAI PRATT. RAY ft at Law. Money to loan. CorometcUl bought. Jlj-bm ft Attorneys at Law, 4th O St John A. ttoyell. Cornuty Attorney. _ VAN ETTKN-r AttorneT at Law and United States CommlssteBer. _ _ ft O Preston. J8 A WUliams) Main Street. _ rf __ _ __ P West Main Street _ This h inse is a lurge three story building, new, we lighted and heated, situated only a tods fron the depot. River men railroad men, miners ar d army people find first class accora inodationj at reasonable prices. .57 A AVID Justice. and City 7Gtf. PHYSICIANS OC i OR H. R. Office Best to Tribune Building. .Residence: House. _ 7> F. SLAUQHTBB U. 8. Examining Surgeon. Cv 7ro irie-.rs, Ifain Street, BI8HABOK, D. T. This Hotel la New, well fnrolsheu, and the supplied vith the best the market afiords. Prices teasonabl'e. JL. iu. A. f fice for the present at room 45, Sheridan House. Calla left at the office promptly attended to. AT. BIGELOW, D. D. Opposite Sheridan House, oa Fourth in Capt, Maratta's office. j v. s" Will prac .ice In all the courts ant prosecute claims against the U. S.JGovernment. Office a, the Capitol Hote.. 51 men t.iev sioa c wear citizens' ]iu- in garrison anc among gen- emen, r_m__% wu. >y Goc, sir, .aeysiou.c v num. acccrding to the conditior s of "a. certain p'rora- forms O O icefs anc emen. Tn issory note made and delivered >y the said'Villlam ftnf H nrt-oro-r F. Goggin to the said Albert Whitney, which said me, Sir .ICVSIOUC no Wear mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the teg- uni orms among congressmen anc luter of deeds of Burleigh county on the 17tV day of Juiy, 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 wrhlng dated September 29, 1877, which said as- signment was duly recorded In the office of the reg- ister of deeds aforesaid on the 2Sd day of January, 1S78, in Book B of mortgages, on page 3. And whereas claimed to ae due on aaid note and mortgage, at the date of this notice, for principal and interest, two hundred and sixty-three ant 83-100 dollars, and twenty-five dollars allowed by -.he terms of said mortgage, in case of foreclosure attorneys fees. And no proceedings having been taken at law or otherwise to recover the sum secur- ed oy said mortgage, or any part thereof. Nowtherefoie nofce is hereby that by virtue of a power ef sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such cage made and pro- peo J e are "OO much ".he WOr C. vlded. the said mortgage will be forelosed by sale of -____ i saic mortgaged premises, and sa d sale will be made by the sheriff o_f Burleigl. county, or his deputy, on Seconc street, in jfront of said lot five, in the city ol Bismarck, the 15th day of March, 187s. at 10 o' clock in the foreuoon, to satisfy amount which will then be due on ,said note anc mortgage, togeth- Come. We no-.ice in an exchange via i-oposhiqn ias ieea Mace 3arc ay, o' 'he .en i ie o o ie cons'.r ic'ion o' a {.cross ,he s-.-ars of 3e e ezc.uc ing -.ae c'o c r current ''rom ie GIIL 'of S... Lawrence. Im- mense o.' ire Sow ,jis curing spring irocucin; a ow vempera'ure. i t- c a'mec if -bis eu was civer- ec 'rom i ,s course, -ha, region wou.c lave a m >ce- c anc ,ie anas maee suscep-ihle cu.civa-.ion. T lis is proved w -.he inf uence o' lis curren. is hy c ie Gu.'S-ream vejeta-.io i is I1 ie sc leme has been 01 onouncec feasi- e oy compe-en- engineers, ie on y ac e i s ishmea heinj -ie exjense. s also siown .lai -ie who e American amon; congress- con-.inen-, is cspah e grea-, mociica- cress; cion jy s-im-jiV wiceiing g'.ra 33 anc -.19 free access o grea-, ocean cnrre which owi, Vom ie lores o' Japan across .he o-.16 western coast of America. in 3ar-rooms, but among gen. emen t icy siou c" wear unrbrms.'' aa. New Sun. Oo Scotlj sa- in 'ae Gram Centra cepo-, ac rJin3uc-oo, arguing wita a venera? e gori a on cie neces- sity o "ex-.enc.ing tie Oairo Timhuc'oo rai wav iroua i Sou; i A Vica a-, pu j ic one nun- 'Jom, vour boy-, expense. "I-. wi OB v cos e rec aac i'.y mi saic "anc, 'eai. y, LCr. 3rori a, anc ie venera e A can is- -he caepes-, resji ,o ie u -he raLroac anu nec ;erance o answerec J er with the said aum of twenty-five dollars, attorneys fees as aforesaid, and all lawful costs .tnd cuburse January 24> 1873. Assignee of mortgagee. OBO. P. ?I.AIISERII Att'y for assignee. 96w7th him "We leec anc can'-, afforc -.oj jay one hum ret. anc. fl'.y fori'; anc lesices, wo jpn .as .rave> on oar muse e, no, hj g Chicago Times Washington Spe: ial. I .u- ii -he ha cen'or." has -.he Zouse presen-ec.aoc.ecen- .aoc orcer.y an appearance as i QIC -.o-cay. t is a vOge-'her gooo ,o A har was p aceo across ou .er aa- s, ana nosoay was aamittec o tie o wi'.iou- ienuis.sio" Vom tie c ers, whi e upon ie ".oor tiere were none 'ou- mem ie cesertet ap- pearance o' t ie c oa i was m strange con-.ras, wi'h cae hungry, anz i us, crowc ec u jpearanca t ie o >hies in "ron-o" ie ha rJae coor Deeper nig i- saic ie was rter ec, y exhfiusv eawiti anc ie lac he.p ie won c aave resign One o' -.ie assis an c oor who has hac ex jerience wi-1 viir-.uous ra es, exc coin g ie o ires  i 1 givin; ie peo >.e o la, -erri .ory sec >a anc fc's.Vanciising oo iganmts anc women. ICr. Cannon ceniec tie ence of union o" Ciurci anc S.a.e, aa a 01 -.9 ae wi .iout reason in as "lose non-mormons wio are matin suci a oemanc are aim y car- per haggers anc adventurers. Dr. dSary Wa ser jrotesteo against Con- inter erence wni s ormon pp on the ground Lie ays .em o marriage, >om a Jiys- s.anc point, is an imirovemen, upon monogamy, anc a more en igi> enec piase o" -le socia evi Mrs. Sxncer, a strong woman's ac- vocf.e, )asec aer c is'ran- chii ing jo ygamiscs in Ttai on .ie jronnc it wou c je'in iac -.as-.e 'or .ie Oongress o tie Tnuec wa she dec arec to composec in parr, 01" practica jo y -to m-rer- Jere will "t is unrerstooc "je commr.tee wi soon reiort a bi unc erfitanii Mrs. Spencer's ob- as s .a'.ec co Congress- in'.er erence wrh >B" wecofnoTvsee where Juiss Jr. Kary Wa ier her xnow cage in regaic Ahonagamy or Jo ygamy. Tke 3fez heroes Laavenworth apeetal te egram. ie Nez Perces warr ors now connnec at numaering eig-i y- tour, lave to se armec ano sent against Sicting Ju Tie news t t ie i to ie v.anac tan. are eager to go anc siow their frienc- t ie w-iues. oncers at "he pos. the gooc one, anc -2xey wou.c ma te vauasea ies. war- riors compose r.ower o -he -.r SPAPLRl STfSTSEf i SPAPLRl   

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