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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1881

'1 K, •SMi hi ,i,"- vN OA .«"!?*,. rfV^ttfcAn.'ULvJ,,- .'. ^tswarck Sritome. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. -.METHODIST CHURCH—Services every Sun day in the new church on 5th streets at a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school immediately aftor rtiorning seryice. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the parsonage at 7:30 ni. J. M. Boix, Pastor rjifcERBTTEniAN CncncH.—Sunday service at 11 a m.and 7:00 p. HI., St. Paul time. All are In­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately afte* morning service. Weetcly prayer and teachers' meeting Wednesday eveninig at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STEVENS. Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH.—First mass. 7:30 a. m.: high mass with sermonv 10:30 a. m. Sumlay school 2 p.'m. vespers,texhortation and benediction 7 30 p. m. Main street, west end. REV. WILLIAMS. Rector. CHURCH OFTHB BKKAD OF LIFE (Episcopal) Rev. J. G. Miller, Rector. Services every Sunday at 11 a. and 7 p. m. THE METROPOLIS. The Cooper residence on third street is '•-l)eing enclosed. The past two days have been the w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

0~ 1 I F* VOL. VIII. rUMBI'Y rBBHONAL. Jas. Bellowe, extension contractor, went to St. Psal tkU morning. B. F. Doran and wife, of Mand&n, curie «v«r to Mcdry land Thursday. John Smith left for Miles City yester i»y. Be will probably haves hard trip. Henry Sagnier, of Miles City, is in the city. Mr. Sagnier ha* property on Third atrett. W. F. Lewis came down from 8te?en ••a wi»h TOM i. 1 1 J1 fv 1 Winston. Ho boaght a tea* and a lot of far at machinery. James H. Davidson, a prominent St Paal lawyer, ha* been in the city thia wrek look Jnf apfb* Bntte-Maeleod steamboat case. Top Winston came down from Steven aoa Totaday, parchaaed several loads of farm aMhluty Cor hi* new farm near the poet and reUraod yesterday. Dr. Johnson, of Lebanon, Pa., Tisiled Blsatitki and has decided to enter upon thepraettee of his profusion in thia vicinity. Ho has fetarned to Pennsylvania for his family. John Smith, of Miles City who has been Spending a few days ia Bismarck, aaya he «*nldaot do baainet...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

'3 KEf MARY. Hor eyes are homes of silent prayer Nor other thought her mina admits But—}}® **8 dead, and there he sits, And he that brought him back is there. Then one deep love doth supersede All other, when her ardent gaze Roves from the living brother's face, And rests upon the life indeed. All subtle thought, all curious fears, Borne down by gladness so complete, She bows, she bathes the Savior feet With costly spikenard and with tears. Thricq. blest whose lives are faithful prayers, Whcjse lavefe higher love endure What souls possess themselves as pore, •Or is -ihercbloeecdneeB-fche theira*- r—? Sa^Ter^M^~ ijXtieA ofSfffflrria Dr. Yancey delivered a sermon on mar-j riage, in Louisville, Ky., recently, with the fOlhWtig fttnWKHMrtiW- the head dtf't'Gctai poidonshinj^ ii •. :v & Marriage is the association of husband and wife. They-should be together except when separated by duty. No company shtttlMfbe*fir! ^lightfal5 wthe vrifSMfS'wi* huabapdJs.fTaiidatiie-lmsbaiid, flhoaMf ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

1 I HARNESS MAKEB. .«T DEALEKSm J(:rf W'tfn Strict Attention to Orders by MaiL RAILWAYS. SHORT LINE., Composed of the ^Minneapolis and St. Ixmis. Making the shortest line and the best time between St. Louis and ail points in the South,-Southwest and. Southeast, and Minneapolis and St. Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, the most prominent of which are Lake Minnetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the srreat lakes. AI30 direct line between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, New York, Boston..Philadelphia, and 11 points East .«U5 i0iJ XT ?. si '.- Tickets oa sale at all the important coupon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, via Peoria. ». Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of press Tickets and sleeping car berths can be secured— latest make and improvements on through ex ess trains. BAGGAGE ICHECkSP THROUGH: In Minneapolis'—At City Ticket Office, No. 8 Washington avenue, W. G. Telfer, agent and at St. Paul & Pacific depot. In St. Paul-i-At 1 Ki Jiaat ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

pw^wigf-.. YU *•£$ ®ft* Jwwarck trilwiu. •Y A. TRIBUNE SmMCBtrrtOK RATM: wtKtt,Ottt Y«ar, m|| Six Month*. "Jo Three liwiihi .. ADvsrrisiNo kins. Low. and- ensign bulnen Mticek 10 cents ^)cr line, ofKonfardl tyM^ eich inaiMloo. Teu ines to the inch Professional cards, feir lim« or Itca, $10 Iter annum. Advertisement* in eolaaa of "Wants," "For Vale." "For Kent," etc., 10 eeatc per 11m each Insertion. Leual notices at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry $1 per line. Vl'l^slJUl |ICI IlllVt For contract rates of display advertising at tiiia office or send for advertising rate ca «ppiy card. SECRET SOCIETIES. N.—The regular communications of -Bismarck Lodge No. 10, A. F. & A. M.. are toeld in their hull Ml the first and third Hon days of euch month, at 7 p. m. Brothers la K«od standing are cordially invited. John Davmmoh, W. C, A. Lohmsbkbrt,Sec'y. I. O. O. F.—The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 are held in Raymond's hall every Tuesday Brothers in good standing are cor tllnl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

MAMtM EM BIBMAHCm.. The l*fTkM«r lev. Miller i| Ik* KplMtfftlCkiMh, Last Sunday, being Sister, and a love ly spring day, TKKTRIBUVK man, though not orer pious, hied him to the Episcopal Church, where he found assembled an audience that filled to overflowing the beautiful church, presided over by Rev. J. G. Miller. The mellow light flowed in through the stained windows and revealed the most beatiful decorations of their kind ever seen in Bismarck. The rear of the altar had a background of spotless white, artistically trimmed with flowers and evergreens, upon which in an arch, was beautifully wrought in flowers and leaves the sentence. "Christ is Risen," and be­ neath the arch was a floral cross of choice cut flowers, while two beautiful vases of cut flowers adorned the respective sides of the altar. Blooming house plants in abundance were grouped to advantage, and the general effect was very fine. The music was appropriate and well rendered. The sermon was upon the "Resurrec. tion, i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

®l)e ?taimu^i«buir. 1 bam 3Ui BOTH partiei voice case ar? rio lie "SNOW THE nomy. JOHN T. O'. BBIEN name of John tijiV' two feel&eep -with gbod sleigh in Texas,may reconcile the disconnected, to the late: opening of spring in the north­ west.' Jl ".•* •ruriTf. Cottoncrop of last year, noft* toeing* marketed, is estimated at' 6,428,000-liases,* the largest since the settlement of the country. ^AaoSfdh is^| the presei|^«Wconsnm^)fa ^cm- ton by mills will still further,increase. THfci$ JM| 1^e#aralmarked failures in the west within the last ten days, while in New England there has been an increase ^W^|}ijaanpftetoes,'' )The gener­ al situatjiop." is'regarded* as, fevora^J^rJfo large and_profitable business during the SECRETAK is appro Newl^firJ careful ancf hasj 4^n^ the veij |sfc jfflr public that4 is possible. A NE^ line THE is, or was, the real T. Raymond, the rare come­ dian, until last week, and just before. Jie was married, when Judge Daily of New York grarited an order givin...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

BISMARCK BUSINESS C. JOHN A. £)AVID J0HN pLiNNEBY 4 BANK IABI^I STOYELL—Attorney, 13 N. Fourth Street STEWART—Attorney. NATIONAL BANK .. JD WALTER MANN, President GEO. H. FAIECHILD, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, New York Merchants National Bank, Bt Paul. Wm A. BENTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive prompt attention. EMER CUTTER fiOTEL, tmm Fonrth Stree). E. CAELAND—Attorney. (City Attorney.) 64 Main Street. GEO. P. FLANNERY K. WETHERBY. T. BIGELOW, D. D. S. DENTAL ROOMS, 12 W. Main Street. B. PORTER, M. IX, PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON. U. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main st .... Next to Tribune Block. OF BISMARCK. J. A 171BST RAYMOND, President. Vi. W. B. BELL, Cashier. general banting business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. Office 41 Main st, Tribune Block. N. COREY, U. S. COMMISSIONER, Judge of Probate and Clerk of District Court. Office one door below...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1881

h- tttffcdK warck tritaw. KIMOIOUS SKEYIVXt. **TBODI»T CBU&CH—Services nwy 2 L* lk,1w ek,rekMkstreet. ila*. m. 2!5l school iai mediately aft* neraiar service. Prayer meeting *wr wmbmuj iTtaiai at the parsoaage At P- J. M. Boll. Paster. KPunvmuv Cioia.-4aiid(j Mrriei at 11 ». m.aad 7:80*. a., St. Paal ttae. All an la* vi ted ictu fro*. Soaday school immediate) arte* neraiBf ttnie*. VmkIj prayer awl r,: t«aeh«ra* raeating #«dneeday evenlale at t:li •clock. W.C.%tinn. Actor. *t,«iou« Catron.—First bhi, 7Ma m.:h!ga mass with soraoa, 10M a. a. taatfay sdhool r. S p. a. vesperejexhortatioa aad kaedhUw, 80 p. a. Main street, west oad. Bar. Williams. Sector. K/'burch orm Biud «r Lira (Episcopal) Rev. S. O. Miller, Hector. Ktocn «ii. Sands at 11 a. a. and6p. a. Saaday School at 4 p. in. THE METROPOLIS. Linen coats are luxury. Bismarck wants another flooring mill Too warm for comfort bvt just the tiling for crops. Jos. Thefault says he has "struck it big" -oa Fifth street. Seeding commenc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

%&Afb"k2*4-r***A rti«^ VOL. YIII. TELEGRAPH TO TRIBUNE THE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. The Deadlock and Other Washington News—The Missouri and Red. River Floods—Other Telegrams. WASHINGTON, April 28.—The Republi­ can Senators, before ancl after the session of the Senate, yesterday devoted several hours to caucus interchange of ideas in regard to the suggested advisability of breaking the present deadlock, by provid­ ing for the transaction of some portion of the accumulated executive business, at an early day. The discussion, in which nearly every member present partici­ pated, developed the opinion that no ac­ tion ought to be taken in regard to the •deadlock which would tend to weaken or seem to withdraw the moral support thus far given by the Republicans of the Sen ale to the independent movement in the South, or which would place the Repub­ licans in the attitude of retracting from the position taken by them, that the ma. jority are entitled to control the action of th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

?\V P:*$3fW- ir" -U' r* ®tie ft3martH®ribune. a A. LOUNSBERY, Publisher. BISMARCK, THE New York senate has passed a bill making the canals o£ the state free of tolls. THE desrtuction of cattle the past winter falls far short of early estimates, and is really not more than one and a quarter per cent, which is'larger than ever known be­ fore. THE revision of the New Testament will lead to abetter acquaintance with a book that is not very familiar to many people those who are familiar with the old version will renew their studies with increased z«-al. IT is said that Mr. Robert Lincoln, the new secretary of war, son of Abraham Lincoln, is in TRAINING as a dark horse for the presidency but the luck of the Adamse,s father and son, is not likely to be repeated -during the life of the present generation, or even the good fortune of the two term presidents. A VEXEKATBiiE and somewhat quaint state official of Minnesota, sees a resemblance between the deadlock in the senate and the backwardne...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

BISMARCK BUSINESS CARDS. JOSNTSTOYELL—Attorney^ DAVID STEWABT—Attorney. J*~OHN E. CARLAND—Attorney. tCity Attorney.) 64 Main Street. pANNEBY WETBEflBT-Mlorj,^" GEO. T. FIiAKTNBBT WETHERBY. 4 T. BIGELOW, D. D. S. OF BISMARCR .J J: W. E. H. ELY. Proprietor. THE LAEGEST AND Best Hote] in Dakota Territory Cor. Main and Fifth St®., 'J DENT All ROOMS, 12 Street. PORTERj M. I., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. U. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main et .: -. N it to BANK RATMOKD, BENTLEY, BISMARCK, D. T. CUSTER HOTEL, THOMAS McGOWAN, PBOFKIETOB, Fifth Street near Main, BISMARCK, D. ST. Fonrth gtrcet 0 President. W. B. BELL, Cashier. A ceneral banking business' transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. T7IR8T NATIONAL BANK. WALTER MASS, Prerident GEO. H. FAIBCHILD, Cashier. Correspondents American Exchange National Bank, New York: Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. WM.• A. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive prom...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

Sljc iteraarrlt tribune. BY LOUN8BBRRV JEWELL. THE DAILYTRIBUNE, PnhliBlied'every morning, «xcept Men4ay, at Bism&rck^Bakota. i« delivered by carrier to all parts.ef .the city at tweuty-lve cents wer week, or, $1 per month. susscatraoN BATES. One month, postage paid 1.00 Three months, postage paid .3.00 •Six 5.00 One year, ,..**10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Eight pages, containing a summary of the news •of the week, both-fowieu and local, published very Friday, sent, postage paid, to *ay address lor $2 30 HATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: $1.00 per inch first insertion 50 cents for second «nd 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY OOHTUCI BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for '•Advertising Card of Rates." WEEKLY BATES: One-half of daily rates if in both daily and Weekly, 35 per cent. of daily rates will include Weekly. Locals 10 cents per line, per day, or 25. cents per Hue for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, m...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

PROPOSALS. PBOPO8AL8 FOR BEEF CATTLE. Hbadquartbbs Department SEALED I opened in the best articles -i of Dakota, Office Cuief Coxmis^abt of Subsistence St, Paul, B.J Minn.,March 1st, 1881., PROPOSALS, in triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, the 4th day of May, 1881, at which time and place they will be opened in presence of bid­ ders, for furnishing for the Subsistence Depart­ ment U. S. Army, one hundred and thirty-five (145) head of Beef Cattle on the hoof, delivered oil the 1st day of July, 1881, as follows: At Fort Sisseton, 1. T.,60 head. At Fort Stevenson, D. T., 75 head. Proposals will be received up to and opened at the same hoar at the posts above named, each post Commissary receiving proposals for his own poet. Blank proposals and instructions to bidders, giving full information as to the manner of bid­ ding, conditions to be observed by biddeis, and tuMD of coutractand payment, will be furnished...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

*,* "J t«3F Is viw&6 "f^i#AJEST¥-9PW0RTHi J. _.- i* Wmch jshould not pass Bit there: are 31efedi away.M'^UI And names that must not wither, though the earth ^«jS«fr ber empiraf with&jnet decay, ., "to enalavewandthe'enelaved, /their death and birth: .".""" tbe-mountain majesty, of worth,, i£fcrrtild be. and phall, survivor of ita woe, Attd fi^-iteimmortAlity look forth *c ue stVs face like yonder Alpine enow, Quperishably purerbeypndall things below. .. —Byron. r.T'cr A S E A r*f. Daylight showed a sad condition of af jfairs on board the steamer. Broken bul­ warks, the clanking sound of pumps, re­ pealed the story of the night. It was found £hat the pumps did not prevent the water vising in the hold, and it was evident to the officers that if the storm continued the wa Jfeer would reach the fires. 'Tfat view of that fact, a hurried consulta ••'iien«w*8 held, and it was resolved to stick to 4ihe -ship as long as possible, in the hope that eoose outward bound vessel would eome...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

HARNESS MAKER. .TPflWffT&flJEL RAOEK BROS., OEAI.EKS IN COLLARS, WHIPS, LASHES, BRUSHES, OOMBS, Etc., Etc* OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Strict Attention to Orders by MaiL RAILWAYS. St. Louis, Hiieapalis & St Paul SHORT LINE. Composed of the Minneapolis and St. Louis. Burlington, Cedar Kapids St Northern* and ChicsB*f Burlington & Quincy Hallways. Making the shortest tine and the best time between St. Louis and all points in the South. Southwest and Southeast, and Minneapolis and St. Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, the most prominent of which are Lake Mionetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the great lakes. Also direct line between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and all points East. Tickets oa sale at al! the important coupon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, via Peoria. Pullman Palace Sleeping: Cars of latest make and improvements en through ex Dress trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. Tickets and sleepiu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1881

I $4* Bismarck SMite.' RELIGIOUS SERVICES. •.METUOD18TCHURCH—Services every Sun­ day in the bow church on 5th street, at a. m. and 8j. iu. flnuday school immediately aflor morning service. Praver meetiue every tWcliiesJay fevening at the parsonnee at 8 m. J. M. BULL. Pastor. .. JF^KESR.YTEIIIAN CHURCH.—Sunday service at 11 m.and 7:00]»: m..St. Paul time. All are in vited seats free. Sunday school immediately .after. morning service. WeeKly prayer and teachers' meeting Wednesday eveniuis? at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STEVENS, Pastor. "U ATHPMC CIIUECH.—First mass, 7:30 a. m.: hi^h mas* with sermon., 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 2 p. ni: vespers,' exhortation and benediction, 7:30 p. ni. Main street, west- end. UEV. WILLIAMS, Rector, •furncn OFTIIE BURAD OF LIFE (Episcopal)— Uev. J. Miller, Rector. Services every Sunday at 11 a. ni and 3p. in. Suiiday School at 4 p. m. BISMARCK BREVITIES. Sportsmen are liappy. The festive olive graces the bar at "Thurston's. Bismarck policemen rcceive a salary...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1881

W wwwg? ff I FT 1. R- -:&£: f|V!M A- V»' S*i iV ,' -», «VW 1^S^%^/-\ VOL. VIII. TELEGRAPH TALES. Review of the News of the Week Telegraphed to the Tribune for Its Readers. Reliable Information from the Up­ per Missouri that Bull Will. Not Surrender. An Executive Session Peddles Out a Few Unimportant Offices to Sundry Individuals. The Strikes in Milwaukee Amomr All Classes of Laborers Will Prove Successful. Bally For Ball. FOBT BCFORD, April 30.—Your corres­ pondent has just received advices from Poplar River to tlie effect that a special courier arrived there on the 23d with ad­ vices from Woody Mountain stating that Sitting Bull had left that place and gone east. He is now encamped with his vil­ lage, about thirty lodges, forty miles east of Woody Mountain, at a place knows as Willow Springs. Capt, McDonald, one of the Northwestern mounted police, says .that Sitting Bull has acted in bad faith and does not intend to surrender to Amer­ ican authorities. The Crees and Upper Assin...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1881

:e. -..jJu* "a -&&• '4 V-s"' X-. 54 "l Stye BigtttQrcIt 8ritmne, a A. LOUNSBEBY, Publisher. BISMARCK, DAKOTA IT is stated that sixty thousand Scandi­ navians have contracted for passage to the United States daring the current year, and from* all ~t&B~other nations of Northern Europe comes an unprecedented flood imihigranls.' /. PtfBiifsiki?^ offtodW aid newspapers, and many oth^i^welli'wlfo depend upon orders by mail for the disposition discontinuance of fractional currency, and wiBHW Haye'tfef Restored %tting substitute,, coin -bting anfit .fon^the mail. Poatage stamps are used to some extent, but dor not always servf. the purpose- of moneybecause' they are not, as in England, exchanged fo? money at any poet office. THE story that General Grant has gone to Mexico for the purpose of stirring up fi­ libustering or annexation schemes, which might-result tix war'with that country, is indignantly-denied by his friends, and un­ doubtedly is wholly false. Secretary Sew­ ard, w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1881

jm piHKBBT wa HE BU8HVBB8OABD& iiyo.lt gw/ui —Tsir.Fomtti Btwei CCJIty Attbraey.),,, WMalnSteeet. 4W™BBT-AiS3S'8«e, #. ixjunnofcr..,.. *.•vnettBi. BZGEL0W, D. D. &' .•*— DENTAL BOOHfit »rf IS W. Main Street. PORTER, K. IX, PHTSLOIAN^ND'SUBOfcON. U. S. ExamSnin^Physidan. Office, 37 Main at Next to Tribnne Block. DANK OP BISMARCK. Jv W. R&TKOMD,. President. A general allowed on time tended to. W. B. BKLL, Cashier. Interest 'promptly at- 1TCB8T NATIONAL BANK WALTKB MAXIC, President. teO- H. FiiBffiHTLP, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Sank, New York: Merchants National Bank, St Pant TOM. A. BENTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUBOEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive orompt attention. Office 41 Main st. Tribune Block. TOMER N. COREY, U. S. COMMISSIONER, Judge of Probate and Clark of District Court. Office one door below Tribune Block. GEO. W. BWEBT. NO, A. S&XZULU O WEET A SOYEIiL, REAL. ESTATE AGENTS, No. UN. Fourth st, Bismarck, D. T. La...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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