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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1882

}Jt 0"': tV-,*v»* r-*v 11 yA ?J 'f I f''' I J" B1SVLABCK. Bismarck, its location and the advan­ tages offered to those making investment in the west is worthy of consideration. v| It is located at the North pacific cross .ing of the Missouri river, a river naviga ble for boats of large burthen fer 1,200 miles above Bismarck, and south to its connection with the Mississippi and thence on to the Gulf of Mexico. The North Pacific company are about building a branch line up the Missovri river from Bismarck to Fort -Benton, and the Mil waukee & St- Paul and Chicago & North­ western have already surveyed lines which will be completed next summer to connect with the North Pacj^c at Bis­ marck. Bismarck is a town of three thou­ sand people and is growing rapidly. It enjoys an immense trade and some of the finest brick buildings west of St. Paul have been erected during the past season. Heavy capitalists have invested in city property and in surrounding farming lands, among them Finl...

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. — 1 December 1882

V,. frVt A FBtl MBWS REPORT. •M PB00RE88 OF THE QREAT RAIL WAT WAR Sensational Bobbery in Chicago President Arthur as a Bouncer—A Dynamite Tragedy—The G»r field Monument Iter. Who Fibbed—Mitchell or Cable. CHICAGO, NOV. 25.—The attention of R. R. Cable, president of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad, being called to the statement of President Mitchell, ot the Milwaukee and St Paul, that the latter company bad proposed to its rivals an ar­ bitration of the difference which caused the existing war, be said: "The difference to which I suppose Mr. Mitcuell alludes, was the division of the south-bound busi­ ness irom Minneapolis and St. Paui, be­ tween the Milwaukee & St. Paul line and the Chicago and Northwestern line, and the Omaha line, and the Minneapolis & St. Li uis, Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Nort.ioi -i and Rock Island lines. The laat named line demanded ine-third ot the freight business from Minneapolis, and twenty per cent, from St. Paul. The other lines have...

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. — 1 December 1882

$ S Pi? BY LOUN8BCRRV A IKWILL. «. TWK DAILY TRIBUNH. PubUshed every monUng, except Monday, at Bismarck, DakoU, Is delivered by fanrter toall parts of the city at twenty-flve cents per week, $1 permontft. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. ,'»DE month .postage paid »hree months .postage paid.... MX One year, PENN YAN I- SOME AN BARNES .$ 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Might pages, containing a summary news ol the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any aldress lor 92.09. THE of the TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TBIBONK circulates in every town witliiu 0119 hundred miles ol Bismarck readied by a daily mail, and fs by far the best advertis­ ing medium in,this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE has a large* and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun tr A and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residen of the small towns remote from railroad lines. population of Burleigh county, at alow estimate, is 5,000, emb...

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. — 1 December 1882

1 liilfc 4k TIE COMBAT DEEPENS. THE RAILWAY WAR BITTERER EVER. Delegate Raymond Makes a Statement —The Western Union's Contribu­ tion to Science—The Star Route Cases—Etc. The Vlgkt ot the Hallway*. NEW YORK, NOV. 28.—The stock ex­ change was slightly depressed to-day by the announcement that Porter, president of the St. Paul & Omaha road had sudden­ ly terminated negotiations for a settlement of the rate war, by refusing to join the conference on the ground that the Mil­ waukee & St. Paul company, through purchase of the Chippewa Valley & Su porior railroad, about seventy-five miles long, frm Wabasha, Mien., to the lumber camps iu Chippewa county, has en­ croached upon the territorial rights of the St. Paul & Omaha road. Although this sudden t. hanefl in the aspect of affairs made it appear that the war was as far from settlement as ever, reports are current that Porter, president of the Omaha road, had signified bis willingness to join a confer­ ence. provided the q...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1882

vfy IV N »:j^T\: 4.* eisfl? ,:• ,..***-«¥ ^"T-.?', ,- &» Vr" -, ,,• #V'L" *"••«.• ',•% i^.IV ». .v'i" iff.™ .... Kr v^m £. 1 •t'' 4 LETTER TO ARTHOH, SHOWING McVEAGE'S PART TEE STAR ROUTE CASES. I&f%il i^i Tte End of The Railroad War ill Sight—The N.P. Land Sale-Ship­ wreck On Lake Michigan, Other News Telegrams. PHILADELPHIA,Nov.27.—The following letter from Ex-Attorney General Wayne McVeagh to President Arthur just before his retirement from the cabinet will a]* pear in the Times to-morrow: PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8,1881—My Dear. Mr President: Your letter has iust reached me, and I will come to see you and talk over once more the subject of which treats,in the same spirit of conciliation in which we have hitherto discussed it. I will telegraph you in Advance of my com ing which will be just as soon as I can free myself trom an engagement here. In the interval I wish you would consider again the reasons why I. cannot share your opinions upon that subject, as I have already told ...

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. — 1 December 1882

wim IBS BY WIRE. Sift® s, 'f'THURLOW WEED'S REMAINS CON SIGNED TO THE GRAVE. The Railway War Spreading—The ^l-^^President on Revenues and Taxes —The Conspiracy toBounce -v. SCeakerKeifer. Thurlow Weed's funeral. NBW YORK, NOT. 24.—The funeral of Thur­ low Weed took place this morning. Private services were held at the late residence, Rev. Drs. Hall, P.ixton and Kimball officiating. At the conclnsion of the services the fnneral oortegs was formed, and it proceeded to the church, which was filled with a congre­ gation composed of many prominent citi­ zens and well known persons from the in­ terior of the state. Mrs. Harriet Weed was too greatly agitated to leave the honse. Imf mediately after the pall bearers and mourn­ ers we to Uie attaches of the household and the friends of ths family. The funeral party will leave for Albany this evening. At the church, at ten minutes past ten the proco&oiun arrived from the house, the clergy walking first into the cliurch, followed by the pal...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1882

ir }f'' vl* 4# -A. lit 6ljc5i0tnattli®ribu«c. TIME CARD. _________ Arrival and departure ol wains over the North Pacific. TBAXNS ABKIVB. Ho. S(passengei) Irom the east— •—$J|}£ jJ} TRAINS LBAYB. .. ..7:30 D.m Mo. 3, going west ""..9:00 a.m & $ 8 & S S 2 Passenuertmns daily except Sunday. Freight trains liable to be cancelled aX^alUhues^^ Gen'l Passenger- and Ticket Agent, St. ifcul. HEBMAKHADH. «, PA„I General iMar.aeer. St. Paul. THE BANN EB CITY The Grand Porks of the Missouri slope will be Washburn. The Bismarck bridge will shortly appear in Harpers' Weekly. Capt. Braithwaite returned last Sunday evening from Sioux City. Carrington & Casey will erect an elevator at Sterling next summer. The roof of the Central block will be com­ pleted in a couple of duys. It is possible now to oross the river on the ice on foot but not by team. Ed Hackett's new sample room on fth street, is a model of neatness. B. D. Willcox has gone to New York for a little rest after a busy season....

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. — 8 December 1882

f^-^.iV'r.iv- ,1#\ "m THE Washington pulpit contains some very able politicians. _______ TBB late oomet wasn't a "marker" to the ir present brilliant Bismarck boom. THE Bismarck boom is the common talk, all along the line from Duluth and St. Paul to Miles City. ••.! JAMSSTOWX Alert:. The Bismarck Tsanms now publishes a Sunday edition. It is a boomer, and will do Bismarck a great deal 1 Of glA/ii» THE faotthat Jay Gould has invested $100,600 in a New York oemetery creates alarm 111 the minds of Rome,, who fear his scheme is to corner the. grave-yard market. COUNCIL BLUFFS Nonpareil The admis eion of Dakota into the Union should be one of the first questions determined favorably upon at the ensuing session of oongress. CAST. HOWGATE, the absconding signal offi­ cer und defaulter, writes from some obscure hiding place to a friend in Washington, that he will be on hand at the trial, if ha health permits. THE Jamestown Alert says "no one but a confirmed sucker will entertain fur a moment...

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. — 8 December 1882

8&^ *r S ilTr E^r -i" a -S '*4 4,* T- 1 Jfr BUUIAKCfill A»VAMTA«E». ^^feftWeirettie coutuy surrounding Bismarck fiu barrens* tbe cactus plain* of Wyo^ ming, its location would build up a grea?: city. Were its location as poor as that of any-of tbe inland' towns of Hinneibta, Nebraska or Iowa, the excellence of the surrounding country would build up an important commercial pointy There is no point on the Missouri river ^Itell sitdated as Bismarck for the up building of a great town, MdjwjM^^tfie M?ssi8iippi, excepting St.^Lomsand Min neapolis thatis better situated. St. Paul has no natural advantages su­ perior to those, of Bismarck. In 18fi0, only twenty.two years ago, it was no larger than Bismarck now. is, and there was far less country directly tributary to it. The settlements in the couniry west of St. Paul were sparse, and nearly all of the people left it following the In­ dian massacre of 1862. And yet 8t. Paul is to-day a city of over 60,000 people. It has 120 daily train...

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. — 8 December 1882

-rj^a S I I 'i and I qgr"» f| Uhlillllb Jnnl wmnMfm I tkliMUi E. M. FULLER -^V Palms, Draceiiiis, etc., for For Church and Funeral Offerings, nn wire i'esi «rns of fl it or s'amling Crosses, "Wreaths, Anchors, Hearts, .:-»i lde8, Biokeu Uola a«-»,'Piisow-, Wites Aj-u-, Odl Fel­ low and Miisonic E:al»h:iiis, funiislici oit notice and at reasonably low latis, 'delivered to any par of the city, or packed securely and delivered at the expies-a office. WINTER BLOOMING PLANTS "Carnations, Chinese Primroses, Clir\ -antheuirH, Fuschias, Hoses, Hi-lioir-»pe, Calla Lillies, Bagnnias, elc. These plants an especially prepared for wmtei b'onining, can be delivered to any part of the c.it,y in t.be most c-xue'iio ld \viMihe, or packed to go long distances as safely as in midsummer. Tuber l{3* vxl Hv act nth bulbs. Twelve young and healthy plants »y iniil, postpaid to any add re is, for $1.00 lawn akd window vases. Washington Pots, Fancy Painted Pou, Plain Pols, Tlaoyin^ Baaliets, etc. For Spring ...

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. — 8 December 1882

SI tmi mm i&rf s. fifct jMertfe BY LOUNIBUMV JIWHJL. THE DAILY TBIBUN&. rupaiwni eyep.nwroi I sfpBrti'of the eta tweaty-ive cento per week. Mi Dermontn. "^inttoMPxip* Kiam ......$ LOO One mmthpow&wl*?-' ^i1memintlSi,piiato(» paid..... gj Me year. THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE." Klxht pages, containing summaryof the: "newsoUbeweek,bothloreta andlocal, pub Jnbed erenr Friday, mt, po8Uie paid, to anjr addresa for $2.00. ^x"y' TO ADVEBTI8ER8! ii The DAILYTBiBUsacirculates In mrery town "•wlttalii one hundred mile* of siaaitk reached by a dally mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The Wckkly ruiBUKK has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try and Is »ue« treble, sheet through which to reach the farmers and reslden of the small towns remote from railr ad lines* HORGAK'M FATS. The mystery as to the fate of Morgan appears to be cleared op ty. Ihe publican tion of a confession m^dpmany years ago to Thurlow V(ted It ap...

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. — 8 December 1882

•M •Ufi-i'M I s3j DARING BUT BOOTLK88 ATTEMPT ?|T0 BOB A TRAIN. casro—The Eailway War -ft Tiue Mishaps, ", Bxelliv Tiae With Train Bobber". Sr. Lotus, Dec. 2—The Republican: Dallas special says: Last night between 9 an.MO o'cl«»c* as the north bound ex­ press train on the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe railroad stopped'for water at Blum station, 75 miles from Dalian, the engine •was lioarded bjr three heavily armed men. who, with loaded six akooterscommanded the engineer to pull out, and to be quiet about it, which he did After proceeding three miles the engineer was ordered to blow down, and a moment or two Ijib'i they placed a torpedo ou the track as a signal to half a dozen confederates who emergid from thn-brush. The explosion not only liad the' effect of conveying notice to those concealed in the woods, but aroused the attention of the guard in the express'car, wh-», seeing several men approach the irain pr-impily opened fire on them. Hearing this the men on te engine, jumped to...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1882

Pi^f^°v %*&? **&$ g., iSWWkENT BEAD BJSFORB fm,' j&®.' —Internal Tax* and Army Finaneea—The Navy—Forest Culture—¥! Z. S®gS^:^31vli Service, Etc., 1 1|1P Etc.^ .O r- W~ illvV f|||£ The Mewge. 1#^ 2 :'m«nNOTON, Dec. 4.—Congress met ^tWfrT-^-thesenateat 1& and thehouse at xtl":^sTliepresident's meM^|e wasreadto tollLbouse«. *& s«yts K«^» V^"'v ?!$§£•• ••Ottt *H.y9ur «ttention to the gratify- (ng 3bndition of our foreign affairs. Our with other powers has cwi-, tinaed4o be of tbe most friendly -charic-j .' %ncli slight differences as have ^Iwiseo Uuring tha year have been already to reach an early atU justtheut. The arrest of citizens of the Unii^'Statss in Ireland under the recent ilaws w.hich have been enacted there owing to- the'disturbedcondition of that (Spuntrj, aSss'r ^hab^lfed to a wimewhatjsitehded corres- !pondence withVthe.: government of Great ff,1 Britaip. aiida^diaposilioii W respect tour I rights has been practically: manifested by thereleaieof the arr...

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. — 8 December 1882

BORSEY •/AN ixlf .x jssocm ^*"^7 V1 BadWeatber .Canadian Cr»nWlmport*nt Ar- And vM% every 1 1 m. Sety|N^^ Jer*ey Talks t« the Prtlte. _|sSPS ^WASHnamM, Dee. 1.—Stephen W. Doreey furnishes thd following card for publication: To the Public: Daring a year and a half of constant and persistent abase of me, I haw carefully re trained from saying a word in my own de­ fence. The charges against me were of each a character that I thoaght it best to submit each and every one of them to a judicial test, that the public might know the troth or fal­ sity. When these charges were first made in March, 1881,1 came to this city and laid all the facts before the president, Gen. Garfield, and requested him to select a commission oomposed entirely of democrats, to investi gate each and every charge which MaeVeagh and Jamea had caused to be spread abroad. I told hiin I would not have counsel appear that I wanted the naked facts put before the commission, and would abide by any de­ cision arrived at by ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1882

Rgss feT' 4 \*S 1 J" $ -I? TIME CAKD, V- y, Arrival and departure «I4 trains ove $ i, Pacific. X~ ,™l4 C- -v ov&rthe North c^r- 9 TitAIKS ARRIVE. No. 3 (pasaengei from the east 1 :00 p. jn NoilUtasseiiKer. from the west ...8:15a. «n No.' 17 (Accommodation) from tlie east ,8.00 #. ID THAlfcS LEAVE. Ko.' liflrolglit), going east.. ^San" d. 1# (freight). KoiiiK east,... .4*«J p. in o. i8{Accoiiiii»odaUov). p.,™ Passenger trains daily except bundaj.. *raght /asuenger trains tail except Sunday- :ireln»llaBle tolMf cancelled at all times. G. &• dAKA BB) sk Geu'i Passenger and Ticket Agent, it. l*aul. H*KJ4ANHAI'3. l^neral Vi nt* 8t Paul THE11 AN N Kit C1T A biick yard is being pot in at Steely. Thermometer at 9-JSo last evening stood 2? above. Washburn is soou to have a first-class livery •table. Deer are plenty only two to ten miles from Binmatck v, /J Fire limits are soon to be established in Bismaiek. Eppiimer has sold his west end lots at a prohiol $200. Dr. Redd, of Miles Cit...

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. — 15 December 1882

ij I 4 Ijf ace.®*:' W~: gw 3&tST f,*M ~f FOL. VIM. LAIftlftm BOSTOS. CkbhanlM Infatnatton—The •"Iilly" ^tiig^-Oatraeiaed by Bottllb Society.^ [Late Telegram.] The quarrel between Mrs. Langtry and Mrs. Laboacbere and the alleged intima 4 cy between the former and young Geb hardt of New York continues the reigning sensation in a certain circle. Mrs. Lang try, who At first refused to talk to newspa­ per representatives on the subject, has been so annoyed by the persistent gossip Upuu the subject that she now requests every reporter with whom she talksto deny that she: has quarreled with her friend. In spite of these denials, the fact remains that there has been a misunder­ standing between the ladies. Mrs..La bouctiere frankly admits it, and assigns as a reason Mrs. Langtry's toleration ofGeb- hardt?e attention s. The latter is in Bos­ ton, and a regular attendant at the theater. His "trip to Richmond" was an imagin­ ary one. He- came directly here from New York, arriving the day a...

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. — 15 December 1882

SSL- ass«8& $SSs9WfPi8SS* fibe 5i$mflW& Srifcuttt. ^pilWMKJj •?. yACHMT* "V .' ^f«Onlj a few ywurs ago Ohio and Illinois as#considered "the far weak." In 1880, ^Chicago, now aciljof over half a million, was a lithe hamlet of a couple of tfcotta anil —win, and west and northwest of that city was designated as the "great unknown region,"claimed only by Indians and in­ vaded only by white men in hunting and .trading exploits. Gradually Ohio and iilinoisbecamesettled, and Cliicagogrew lobe a great center. Not only did Chi cago receive the benefits Of immigration Imt Cincinnati, Columbus, Peoria, Spring* fleld^ and other towns now great cities opening into commercial importance. Thesettlementof the country iswhat did it. Gradually the star of empire worked Its way westward, and St. Paul, Hinneap* oils, and other cities of the northwest sprung up, and as soon as the. country ardund and tributary to them was settled, became great centers #f trade* The tide of immigration has now re...

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. — 15 December 1882

t| I •MIys HbP..<p></p>WIHE. JY LAWS* «M$teLr*w JS&jRS^ "1 THE NBW8T TEZE$B2M8 .&fe x^yBlVEI)IN 111 fS-SeO- S#f^- Lawsuits, Bobberies,'Calami- aw, Etc., Etc. 'mgfm pi .. v.. 1 „'u~ They Can't Agree NEW YOBK, Deo. 8.—Th« conference 1^' tween the presidents and managers of-the northwestern roads commenced this morn­ ing. The Northwestern road is represented by President Keep and Manager Hughitt the Rock Island by President Riddle and Messrs. Dows, Davis and Cable the Omaha by Messrs Porter and Bishop, and the St. Paul by .President Mitchell and Manager Merrill. Porter said: "I have no idea that an agreement will be reached. If such should be the case, I shall be agreeably disappointed. I certainly, will not recede from the position I havertaken." President Mitohell said: "I can't say what.will be done." Merrill said: "It is to be hoped that an agreement may be reached, but I can't say that-.we Will be siio oessfal. The position taken by the St. Panl 'is pretty well...

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. — 15 December 1882

Mmth 1 Ntou*. UUMIIIMV JIWILL. fublisbed every morning, except Mond&jr, fitataaiek, Dakota, Is delivered try carrier to puts of the eh* at twenty-five cento perweek, Uneyear, Tan WEEKLY TRIBUNE. KipifjBiiM pages, containing a summary of the addressfor|2.00. TO ADVERTISERS !J CSISt•' The DAILY TBIBUV S circulates in every town j-v:: CT 75 a* ».. .a. Dtflttt mmw .1reached UNCLE: RUFUB HATCH W" t- i*ft IV' coming ris MA A An Ail iarck .. best «dvertls- ig medium itf this part 01 toe Northwest. .The WBKKLT TBIBVNK -,v has a targe and rap- ^SraSSSSS&fS^SBffK IHtte power.but mostonie.el.ave been ^ltryr and la a aestrame sneej IDNUKU wmvn will not bury the hatchet with Mr. Vanderbilt. Inre gard to his amassed wealth he says:"We ave a country as limitlessin its resources as it almost is in its area. But selling too much of nothing for cash is robbing somebody. The money is drawn out ot the legitimate course of trade, and there must be an end to it. We do not fear for the [country on...

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. — 15 December 1882

lili 7 1 wwM rmanoniy ,.„, A sDiv-eurlandfrizMayouii# ... ... .. ...., .. AlaiijiixishlBg^dMnty. *11 JSHSSSk Bit up at young KM™. .. I'ma would-be »wlietlc xoang-tfii. A dote on theaMyotmggm, A poet iu embryo, dw^l knowa to^. you know, All on the surface youn«ldi§§?%%%«.fM''i?i .. Pro a HoVtel-readingyoiittgm, A be awake ue.il. 3 young sffl.' -MVTGMI A romantie half-crazy, but teiiiblelM*T*.£ Let ma du the work young girt. Ku t. I'm a look for a catch young girl, 'j I'm a snatch em up quick young gW, •#*. A hall flo the proposing, and Bag em- when Hold'm to your game yoting girl. Doluth is also organizing a hook and lad­ der company. The mail route agent* suffer considerably from oold. O. B. Baker returned from a busmeas tap to Dulnth Monday evening. The Union block baa been ornamented with a neat weather vane. LaShells' stock of holiday goods captures the hearts of the little Bismarck boomers. Deadwood boasts of a stssr being killed in the streets-uE that city weighing an eveii ton...

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