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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 September 1879

A UOO-1KU K«MA'CK .Jbt-rtM-mie ttory of the ,Cu.5',f/1 Z1""If'•''"4 f}uf,fr Japhet— !*otn Mother, but Orund mntjiev Did He Seek. (•, Greenaborg, (In^.J^8pe9»^l Many and oft repeated are the tales of a new-made Jspbot in^sewch oi a father5 bni your correspondent brings to light one that is out of the ordinary channel of such cases, and one, too, somewhat tinged with ro in this case it was not a mothe*, but .a'srandmother, that was sought. George Will Baxter is a gentlemanly ap­ pearing of thirty-two. He resides near Madison, this State, where he owns a farm and carries on the marketing business in "the city under the hill." Until one day last week he supposed himself to be without .any living relations whatever. At that time he was told by a friend that he knew aid had lived with Mrs. Margaret Baxter at •Greensburg some years before also, that the lady greatly favored Baxter in ap tpearance. This was a revelation to him, for he bad been taught in his infancy by his mother that he bad...

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. — 12 September 1879

:to«sesft5is!ssKB O SUMMER TIME. O Summer-time, so passing sweet, But heavy with thebreatiibf flowers,, But languid with the fervent heat. They chide amiss who call thee fleet— Thee, with thy weight of daylight hours, O Summer-time, so passing sweetL^^ ,f, Young Summerj thou art too replete. Too rich in choice.of.joys and powers. But languid with the fervent heat. v. Adieu! my face is set to meet Bleak Winter with his pallid showers— O Summer-time, $6 passing sweet! Old Winter steps with swifter feet, He lingers not in wayside bowers, He is not languid with the heat His rounded day, a pearl complete, Qleams on the unknowd night that lovers O Summer-time, so passing sweet, But languid with the fervent heat! SOULA: A*FANTASY. BY FANNY DBISCOLL. I. There were fields and fields of roses, red, red roses, that made the air so mar velously sweet and languid that one could do nothing but dream all the long summer days and down by the brooks, where the maiden-hair waved, were great purple vi...

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. — 12 September 1879

LOCAL LEVIES. =%ado My Tribune" Reporters Their Rounds Abtnt the City. Ducks, chickens, antelope and deer! The market is^ull of,loa^ ?TOigj[ables M. Eppinger %&eived a fresh stock this week. The new mill is fast approaching com pletion. The "Bread of Life'' has the choicest location in town. X" Sboot the man who said these were the melancholy clays, etc. The Wells Bros, will ship' 'their cattle from Big Stone Lake. President Hayes and partywereixiOhio Monday. .They may reach Bismarck on their trip. M. Eppinger's little boy is improving "rapidly ancl will soon be playing 'with his fellows 6e"n. Lbngstreet is happy because he has raised a 14 lb turnip .but Deocon Mann csui 8eefhisl4Jbsand gokim eight lbs better. Martin and ilyers hav$ two large herds of Montaua-beef cattle within a day's march of Bismarck. Everybody belo(w wants to know some thing about"Bismarck, the cquntry around it and the extension. Sig Hanauer's stock is so large that he lias to lease the room under THE TRIBU...

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. — 19 September 1879

r-.-^Mfv" &$ ,?ttitS9iiO gasiifeii? I '-\.NN%.L ki)Si7 r,j' "',M{ni •--.U"J & fSy'UYJ Uf, ..- /J :.. -xrsiW /JJ ^rj W-: reti:- ..iciii®' '4tsk^£ iatli -\:J •J iit. Y/II-jH Siia .^s»«40 at ?«-.." iia#* M*&I& MFIFR IX*$ THE JEWS BY TELW4PH VBANT IS HOURLY EXPECTEU AN FRANCISCO. •JMM V/. Oreat Preparations for His Recep .• tion—Daniel Drew Dead— Appalling Gondition.of 7/ T/ Afifairs Abroad* 7 '{Special Dispatches to' The Tribune.) R: F~'W* THE MARKETS. P""ITY ST. PAUL, Sept. 19.—The grain and pro "vision market as well as stocks are very strong with an upward tendency. This morning cables report wheat six pence higher with good demand. A DIIADLY SWITCH. ,„ WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. An open jBWitch at Silver Spring, on the Baltimore •& Ohio railway, threw the incoming pas­ senger train from the track, wrecking the locomotive, express and baggage cars, and injuring several men. ,• THE PRESIDENT. DETROIT, Mich., Sept. 18.—President Hayes and General Sherman arrived here .t...

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. — 19 September 1879

WIT AND "Heaven," says Worth whose merit is the dyspeptic—" Heaven is wnere hell is where we digest." 5 ated: "An vempty carriage drove up to the dojqfj^d Sarah Bernliardt dismount- ed from it. Some due asked the" masterof a colored- igawi: O S it There are few, even among the good mottoes of our time, which will rival the following, when carefully put into prac­ tise. It contains within a ie.w words the positive, the eomparatiye and the super tatiye duty of man: "Gtet on get honor keep honest, Meeting trouble half-way is a pitiful exhibition of folly. So is breaking your neck or falling in love but it you happen to have a weakness that way you can always, .somehow help it. Besides, a lit­ tle tyOrry now and again, is the mustard of life. While swinging their hoes in the weedhaun ted row6, Where, beans and tomatoes were growing, The son to his father set put to remark, AB warmly the sunbeams wereglowing, "Why is this spot to the place that was not Known to fame till that apple proce...

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. — 19 September 1879

ffA ,r BALLAD OF THE PRESS. [Prom a poem by Johii W. Overall read at toe hoxife-warming celebration of the New Yoik*f¥Mr@Qb3: In other days with fit The troubaddht'tifst O'er the lyre's wUd throbbing t}060in Pouted heroic'strains'of glory They'tell us how the knights of.old S braved temptcst, sett.and breaker^ 1" (1 Andmet the scoffing,Saracei), 7f»„y ?tr At/Ascalon^and -Acrei iir 7*sjin *lt\. f* '!We 6ing a song of modern days— Af ontTiAililnitf^aw '7/ Obedient toth^wttl of (thought It moves its steel phalanges', And nations bend to catch its breath 0 From Golden Gate to Ganges. 1 I Room for the,conqueror of the world! The steel clad AJaxander!. {Room: for ,the pen, the sword, of mind Which sweeps Irom grand to grander! Room for the teachers of their kind, Who scorn the wrong's defiance, And proudly bear upon their crest 1 The motto: "Self-reliance!" The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte. These letters, with their slight thread of biographical story, have already ma...

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. — 19 September 1879

.Trtnsiwt. iMibseqoea) Sabuite. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. 8UB^RPTL6JR MTOS:' WruKLT, One Year, Six Months, .. j- .« Three Months flonpare!tj*t' saqra rate., Le«i ^ti«d,,-ieventy-fi first iBsfcrtlonandflfty cent fift|jr cents pefti .. subsequent insertion. $2 SO ^1 BO 75 ADVERTISING BATES: trfor each Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5 -2'i inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 30 inches, $50.. .» Professional cards, four lines or less, pier an num,$10 additional lines,$2£0. Local basiness notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetM'ff per line. All" bills for Advertising .will -be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MAfi»onri€.f "-r'7^ The^egularcommunida'tibitisof BismarckLo So. ISO, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on tho fisst and third mondays of each month at 7 ». m. Brothers in good "landing are cordially in­ vited. JOSEPrfHABE, W.M, .K^tESX.COREY, Sec. I.O. O.F ir«E'i*Tmeeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 O. E.,*re held in Raymond' sHall...

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. — 19 September 1879

,4.: rf do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do (to do do do do do do "J* •»mm11"*• •^mm.h Sale of LaNcf OEMNOUENT TAXES. OLTIC! COUSTT TBEASUBBB, Bublxioh COUKCT, D. T.,! September 5,1879. Whkbxas, The taxes for the year A.D. 1878 nave become and new are delinquent and un­ paid on the following described real estate, sit Dakota? unty of BnrieIgband LOTS IN THE CITY OF BISMARCK—DE­ SCRIPTION, No. of Lots. Block. Tax. 5 46 $ 7 52 5. 6, 7 13, 14 6, 7, 8 9,10,11,12 Name Atkinson, E Ames, Rose Aylmer, Wm Arnold, Archambault, Eyt7, -mla xlV'lri'Hi Territory of THBBBTOBB, notice is hereby given that by Tirtne of the statute in snch case made tod pro •ided. I shall sell at public auction to the highest "jdd®r at-the county treasurer's office, in the city of Bismarck and County of Burleigh on the first Monday of October, A. 1879, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day the following described real estate situated in the County of Burleigh and Territory of Dakota, in order t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 September 1879

A BAD FIX. The yard was a-glitterwith sunshine and dew. Tile birds were abroad with their musical When overthe~balsam8~a~bamble-bet! llew •He found a bi^blOilM and^um""J ~l~ in. M($,°4I»raorwf!" Win load was ho He just scraped it off from one claw to an­ other. O then how he muttered! ,, Ahufyold spider stopped short in her spin ning, On hearing the noise,, and came out of the shade MM fS hen, mounting a daisy, she sat tnerffla-gpp aing £j$| To see what a fuss the big bumble-be And a bug, neat and trm Hurried up to the brim Of a dainty blush-rose to peep over at him. lablank- waameaj on one #a&\w ritebiittev •, teijUi-f shopper sprang up anouyijot'k tall,, laughed at the fun till he almost bent double: His comrades, moreover, Came up from the clover, Andjwitnessed the pBglit of ttir £sy,t8elfi9b rover."'""' His struggles grew frantic. A mild butterfly Came kindly and fanned his hot face with" her wing "', And this,-.with the sunshine,.soon. getting him dry, He fled from the gard...

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. — 19 September 1879

-V' ##fC„ 4 iffppf^t lt»rtmj«ter"T A ¥, The hollyhocks The birds and I were singihg. But while I was so good and gay, Up street my neighbor flew— I hate her^auseshtf wants her war ^Boat everything We do— And so I shut the gate, and said: "Yon needn't run at such a rate, I'm not a-going to play with you. And you shan't spring on our gate." I didn't tell you, but she has A temper that is shocking, And oh! she made a face at me And then ran off a-mockin^r. But as she ran out o' sight, I '. Such a shadow fell on me— It was not cast by tree or shrub, Or from aught that I could see— I've tried for weeks to run from it, But for my pains my labor— Oh. do you think a shadow comes When one don't love her neighbor? Mr. L. S. Orozier, formerly of Mar­ seilles, France, and the wealthy cultiva­ tor of mulberry trees and silkworms at Silkville, Kan .proposes, it is said, to in­ troduce the industry in West Feliciana, La. A Mr. Dnppy, near Marietta, Pa., cul­ tivates 60 acres of tobaco. He feeds ea...

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. — 19 September 1879

?fx I- 11 II 5! r" ft': I kfc' ife :ife »*S &• 10CAL LEVIES. Siidi" Jby I'TUnm©" Keportew in ThelrlUuds Afc«^ tfcerCii*r i*hetrack is laid for forty-three miles. The nay ear is making both -sides of the rirer happy. The railroad iron,'900 feet, for "Baby |rtiqe?*(iaj9 arrived. K/ The Helena took a?lojld '-.of wool to Yankton for'shipment east:" The boilers for the engine house of the B&erid an House have arrived. "All the government freight for posts awvitBnforU has been shipped.'^ The wife of Capt. Blunt, of the steamer Benton, died in Yankton the other day, .. .hjrtfert Smith and E. WJ Ghase, misu sioiraries from St. Paul, arrived in toWn Wednesday evening. Mf^e^%astw6od, -iqa: formerly engineer* pf our.'switch engine,, is very lo.w, with typh^gVrI%^gp.- :"T, jl'j'.f Bell aqd Thuiston are on Long Lake shootii^.d^ek^ fiTljey pr^pose to ,bring I in am pi on in I Mr. Walter, of the Arm ofWalker, Bel­ lows Co., ploughed his arm with, a eh^fgefo {Third shot Accidental but riot ...

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. — 26 September 1879

NEWS ANB NOTES. ,tes The Secretary of War has reduced his est! ihfe year below atiy point since 1981. Jack Gilmer and George Hurst have purchased a lead carrying $10,000ore at Newton Forks, Black Hills. The Hotnestake Mining Compamy, Blacjc Hills,, cleared up $55,790.43 from a two weeks run a few days ago. W:Vi tftivJUi* tiismi The Republican candidate for governor in Cal­ ifornia was elected by a plurality of twenty-one .thousand. The failure of crops in Great Britian is as ex­ tensive as it was during the year of Ireland's ^reat famine. The Enterprise says'New Yorkers "represent­ ing-a capital of $60,000,000 are expected this week in Deadwood. 'J The Enterprise reports a very rich strike of quartz showing big chunks of free gold on Poor Man gulch, Black Hills. The Alert says Jamestown is bnilding a $2,800 school house. Jamestown is making wonderful .progress this summer.: 4) A Louisville man recently poured coal oil over himself and*set fire to it A short ,, but. terrible cut for ...

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. — 26 September 1879

*sgO? l& ysfc^ ftfr* 45 HAtBEBT AND HOB. Criminal*, then Why, no: they did not mnr and rob: Bat rive them a:Word, they retorn a blow— old HalberJ as yonng Ifob: Harsh and fierceWw^ rough and savage of Bated or feafredi the more—who knows—the genuine wild-beast breed. Tfcne were they found by the few sparse folk of the country-side But how farad each with other? E'en beast eouch, hide by hide, la frovrling grudged agreement: so father and son lay abed/ The doselier up in their den because the last of their Idnd in the world. Out with you! Trundle, log! If you cannot tramp a trudge like a man, try all fours like a dog!" Mill the old man stood mute. Bo, logwise— down to the floor Polled from his fire-side place, dragged on from hearth to door— Was he pushed, a very log, a staircas along until A certain turn in the steps was reached, a yard from the house door-silL Then the father onened his eyes—eaeh. spark of their rage extinct Temples, late black, dead-blanched—right hand wiih le...

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. — 26 September 1879

two vinegar, two tableapoonfols ofcloves, ot cinnamon.' BiBinwAfe or six honi The Caaga and Coire ot Insanity •—T! lrU1:yJ r.: -ysiiQ'/i If a inan~ wishest»' bedon 6 ingane," v'-ii i-'i 1"" I let him fir his mind on one subject—no matter what the obfiefct, of thought. The invention of a perpetual motion, money-making, religion—any object will do,,so it. is one.. Let the man think of it by day and dream of it by night let iiim be anxious about it I at sunriso and at noonday, at eventide and in the watches of the night let him not posess thought,* but' let his thoughts possess him, so that he can hot play with his children or,speak pleasantly to his wife. There will .come in due time, and swiftly, a far away look to his eyes and a deadness to his stomach, and, judging from his tongue, he mfcj be classed as a fur bearing animal. Mr. Freeman, the fanatic of Pocasset, has been thinking too much and too long and too intently on spiritual themes. He has become un­ earthly, dehumanized. He ...

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. — 26 September 1879

wo 8* a C. LOUNSBERRV. ,1 ,- T"-:r2' "8TTBSCBIPTION BATES: ,TV" w«mo.t, Ope Year, j® 3*st », Six Months, V- 1 BO A •, ~f Three Month's 75 ^""ADVERTISING BATES: w^f Transient.—Display, One inch, one time $1 subsequent insertions, CO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-fire cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for- each subsequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One inch, three months, J5: 2'/4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $16 10 inches, $23 90 inches, $50. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an tinm, $10 additional lines, $2.60. Local hasiness notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. «". 5 Original poetry, $1 per line _" Ail bills for Advertising will he collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. $ rr/vn /MAmomc.r-T/TtVT The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 130, A. P. &> A. M., are' held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 w.'-m.*' Brothers iii good standing are cordia...

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. — 26 September 1879

isliffi COMMENTS Of THE JPRESS OS & THE CACTUS LETTER. A Good Send Off for Spencer—Flat .... tery for the. Others—Bamea Out—Bennett's Banquet !i at Meade. :V BECOMING LIVELY. When the whole country is interested in politics, Dakota might as well be. The arrival of General Grant at San Francisco with the volume of speculation that will follow: the notable addresses of President flakes on his tour to Kansas the split of Hie New York Democracy and the inevi­ table Republican victory the struggle be tween Ewing and Foster in Ohio with the latter a big favorite the fight of But­ ler in Massachusetts against the "blue blood'" and fiarvard College the Tilden and anti-Tilden movements the Sher man, Blaine and Conkling booms all conspire to make the present an interest­ ing period. Coming down to Dakota pol itics we find tlie Daily Press and Dakoti ni commenting as follows upon a -letter that is going the rounds of the Territorial Press: SPENCER AND TIIE DARK HORSES. The Bismarck corresp...

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. — 26 September 1879

I May keep firm So it happened that one afternoon, as he sat connin? over the entries made by his head clerk, Sliggins, in his "Docket of Criminalities," the dusty door of his dustier office revolved on its creaky hin ges, and, looking up, Mr. Biggerton spied the well-known form of his nepbe w, John Liel, standing abashed in the shadowy aperture. "Well, it is you, is it?" quoth Mr. Big­ gerton, ungraciously enough. "Yes, sir." And John Liel walked un­ steadily forward. 4,I 02LJCH& BKftfm AT week-or-ao a^,4eaving--gilhir and Carr a considerable sum the worse Bf F: VVXfBUOWgf "The water* Iwll&fcO^ the^k-atiwa'beaclv With a music too deep and Bwetet for speech 4SomQtim^t^a»ipin7tod tfWaMifre^ And they dance and sparkle and laugh with fflee Sometimes-they arefsullen and capped with -wMtfe'TO-H TTT7p-OJ hey smlLethe'shpre with aifleflpe 4elightf [trough chasm secret and underground. They press- their way with a thunderous sound, .r ~r-" And they boom and break, and dash and roar,...

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. — 26 September 1879

MERCHANTSBANKtOFBISMUW WAMnlUini.PrMt. W.feMmua, Vk»Prat. BANK OF MPKIL'W MlawMiei •tMiiMM tmntiii Iatar iMfiriU, OailMtkH|mipt- pM*BT0N*^llUAM8-^70: A. WlMIs—.) Main Btwt. jyww RIWAININMMI itu* JOHN A. STOYELL, Fourth Street JOHN 'Attorney at Law E. CARLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. rWYBIClAMB AK9 MVBGEOM9. a F. SLAUOHTBR, M. XX, P1T8ICIAI AID SUB6E0I, And U. 8. Bramlzdoff Surgeon. OMse at Dun's Drag Stof. «VW XX* CaDo loft tho olato to tkk oOeo It®. A. T. Biwauow/lt. D. «*., i£" Residence atCnster'Hotel. Oif Wf 'C* JU.,1 DOCTOR H. R. POKTEB. mm t« th*i Ibuatt BatMlag. Wm.A. BHNTLHY, PHYSICIAN AID SUH&EOH, Wkm block, ntHrtalfs* next door.wast of TMOOet. E N 1 ST, Offleo HrM Bad Xatn Str«t. HOTELS. Sheridan House, *H.BLX [:rX 111 Proprietor. ffcolavcestaadbestHotol hi Dakota Ttnltory. 00KI1B MAUI AMD YHTB STREETS, -v- BI8MARCK, l- I Jk T. MERCHANTS HOTEL, Oor. Main, ana 3d. St. BISMARCK. 0.T H.L. HARRIMAN.Prop Building new and commodious, rooms a oomlbrtab every par...

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. — 26 September 1879

3 fe. www Mad* ky "Trifcwi Their JBouda Aferat tke City. CarnfUian's four acre potato field yielded 822 bushels. -*./ Iff Go to see as. Clark, tfc'e 1 jrric~poet',«om poser and' balladisf, to-morrow night at the Presbyterian Charch.1 &V The train was iield Thursday until twelve o'clock for the aixty passengers from the Rose Bud. It .was not a fair shake for the hotels. Thos. Doane and Gen. Rosser left this week for the Little Missouri: They will decide on the practibility of grading twen­ ty-five miles more this season beyond the Speaking of big threshing on the Steele, farm last 'week, Wm. A. Hussey fed ai machine to thresh 1,975 bushels oals in ten hours and set the machine over twice during the day. The Mandan Criterion, in its enlarged shape, announces that the people have unanimously petitioned the Postmaster (General to change the name of the post office from Cushman to Mandan A daughter was born latat week to J. Saulsberry and wife, of Apple Creek Harry had good crops tni...

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. — 3 October 1879

%i *"-&> 1 ,, -'i-s- K'l' '«r-k r^,4 *fS '£"?, 4-4«X 4 **v, VOL. VII. ^r*^!vaw^liB*ftrf A.qUL«WIIIW -"hell with the ijtn off." -VEAliWOOWS TJliAJj.: •,'vj V^,. •. rf tffffr-XUiil tfi /?J t-.-tr, _\' 'The Destroyed Metropolis of TliK SAT,.AM ANDERS. Following is a list, of those who went through the o«\ieal safely: E. Whitehead, dry goods Mathiener & Goldberg,.-groceries.- Hermann. «& Treber, liquors iJkn lia'er, liquors Max Fishel, tobacco- E. (J. iient, drugs 1). M. Gil­ lette, jewelry 0. B. Strass. diy goods IIiideibrand &> Harding, groceries Koen igsberger Bus., tobaccos D. «$5 .j. Gold­ berg, clothing. Chew & Co., groceries Star & liullcck, crockery Jacquemin, jewelry McC.urdy «Ss McClary, tailors M. Itoseugardeu, groceries Henry Mil­ lard, liquors i. Heal soman, clothing Ben Halsiein, groceries J. H. Chase, clothing Bismarck Stage Co.,' express 'goods iS. Ziiik. groceries VV. Brown, to bacccB Black lliils, brewery Vaults ot the First'.National Bank...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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