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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 October 1879

ff. ON THE CHA2iNJSl»-BOATi *OKF CALAIS, MAY, 1879—BV G. ,X. C. "What! Fred, you here?- I didn't see You come aboard jU Dover. I met the Krowus List week thejfcfeaid That you were cominjr over, But didn't say how soon." !5$| came by the Britannic And what a rush there was for berths! gggs Twas almost like a pauic. y'% I'm mighty glad to meet you, Will j$#p£ •yfheiejxvjrmi going*'.„****-.• •Paris." •'Good! so I've got to Mycouain,.Charley Harris, To-morrow. He and I hare planned A Utile trip together Through ^witztjjand on foot I hopc^ We'll have some'defeerit weather* '-V J: i..' .: "Take care, there!,held your hat it blows.'j Tes how this steamer tosses! 1?m never seasick .Cbarlejr is, •:, $ Though, every ime he crosses.' ?'JirfK fWho's with you, WUir S& %. i- toTou Tm traveluig witt My sister and.ihy mother They're both below. I came on deck s*Jfpi Irs close enough to smother Down there These chaps dont care a snap For ventilation, hang'em! Where did you stop in London? We^,*,...

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. — 3 October 1879

100 YEABS AGO. t'i: Ut* [From Bryant's Centennial Poem at Cum­ in ins ton.1 A century since, unbroken wood *'j O'er all these hills and valleys stood. r~ a- Save here and there a sunny spot A- Where the first settler's hands had made An opening in the boundless shade, And reared bis solitary cot, Soon changed the scene soon opened wide Green pastures on the mountain side Where the fierce panther, wolf and bear, Through countless years had kept their lair,' Sleek herds of ne and flocks of sheep Cropped the fresh herbage of the steep, And tasseled maize and wheat and rye Grew rank beneath the kindly sky, Where once slow creeping glacier's passed Resistless o'er a frozen waste. Deep-rooted in the virgin mould, x The dower of centuries untold. Broad orchards ciothedin radient bloom, Filled the wide air with rich perfume. And when the genial Autumn came, And maple boughs were red like flame, And all the giants of the wood, In robes of princely beauty stood, Earth's plenteous fruits were ...

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. — 3 October 1879

•rf- ®I)C $ismartK ftrilmnc. G. ft. iOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WSKKLT, One Year, $2 50 £, ,*• Six Months, 1 50 Three MonthB---'—75 %J ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Display One inch, one" time' $1 tubseqaem insertions, 80cents:.additional lines, nonpareil, at same'r&te.'' l.egal' JJoticc».—Seventy-flve cent* per folio for rirstinsartionand fifty cent* per (olio, for each ahaeqiient insertion. Contract Rates.—One.iuch, three months, $5: 2 4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $16 10 inches, $23 20 inches, $50. Professionalcards, four lines pr less, per an­ num, $10^ additional lines.'82.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. .Original poetry, $1 per line. All .bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. j- „, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. rt 3 1 A N O I E The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. & A. 3d., arc held in their hall on the firet and third-mondays of each month at 7 !. tn. Brothers in good landing are cordially in Vi...

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. — 3 October 1879

4 www »UHlh«Ml.Wl J^ROT", *. -i- :'.--7»"f ^r". ti 5.vt I 'lAU :«1 .ras A ,4 A V. OOMMOH LUMBER, CLEAR LUMBER, FENCING, STOCK BOARDS, SIDING, FLOORING, BATTINS SHINGLE, LATH, PICKETS, DOORS, WINDOWS A O E N I I DAILY ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS _A_T DAN EISENBERG'S Just Received an Elegant Line of Flannels, Ladies' Cloth,, Eepellants JUsTTD Fall DressGoods, Etc. J, W. RAYMOND & CO, WHOLESALE tIDCEBS. if k. -«K'" BISMARCK, D.T. f,™« "j^MRS^LINNr,.? pr,umiT WESSMAf££I%-. v? liSfiltortlHFIiW1 Street. Bismarck, D, T- 1 7 •v 12 S. THIRD ST, -D CD 3 cr MARBLE o" -'i i... "i -V ^psppf HAIR and CEMENT. 0.:.-. ^.. .#&y. ^3^ Jfcti Viij JrCz^' £z O E S A E I I $ ATE A L, (MILLS AT DULUT^) AND BUILDING PAPER, E MOULDINGS^ S, NAIL3, AT WHOLESALE ONLY. S- WHITE LEAD and OIL. LIME. HEAD S MORE PUTTY LIME IT HAS NO QUANTITY' AT MARCIV, CD LIME. IT MAKES ONE THIRD THAN ANY OTHER KNOWN CD WASTE. SOLD IN ANY OUR WAREHOUSE IN BIS- ANI) IN CAR LOTS ON TRACK EJ DULUTII. 12. CALCINED PLASTER We supply ev...

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. — 3 October 1879

ruLFir.1 iii'i-"""* Sometimes, think, the things we see Are shadows of the thinm to be That what we plan, we build: That every hope that hath fccen-crossed, And every dream we thought was lost, In Heaven shall be fulfilled. That even the children of the brain Have not beert born and died in vain, rhnngh here unclothed and duinl) .^^, V' yj $ riot on some brighter, better shore p? & They live, embodied evermore, And wait 1pt us to come.' A SLIGHT MISTAKE. "1 declare," said Lydia Collins, who had taken up the morning paper, "Sidney West has come home." She seemed to "be deeply moved, and various were the. shades that chased each other over her fair lace. "And has Frank come with him?" ask­ ed Nellie, with an eager look and. tone. "I don know anything about Prank," returned Lydia, with a toss of the bead that had some contempt in it. "Only the names of those who have brought home moiiey with them "are printed You can look for yourself." Nellie took the paper, and saw that Sidney T....

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. — 3 October 1879

THE CIRCUS FOR ME. "Olb Bill Cole Is jolly old soiil—' A jolly old soul was lie?* And we all must go To see the mammoth show, r, For he lets 'the boys' in free, f\ 'i r'I 'Tis now alonjf the. highways^""""^ The robins gayly flute, .V An in the orchard byway The cabbages take root. 4ji5f Tis now the chief musician 'Round the cottage is the wren 'Tis nolv the fruition Of the merry-hearted hen Wakes joy in the bosom of Ann Maria Who sells eggs. A teacher who taught in St Paul, One evening went out to a ball, Then she told the trustees "I'll do just as I please," And she lost her positisn, that's alL —Syracuse Times. An Infant was born in Nyack, Whose bodjr was totally black As a dozen silk hate. Or a stack of black cats, And its face was as black as its back. —Syracuse Times God bless the girls. Whose golden curls Are not what they do seem But at the end of day. On the bureau lay. While their owner sweetly dream. —Philadelphia Item In the spring, the female fancy Lightly turns to thoug...

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. — 3 October 1879

LOCAL L£»IESgi!j2i|il -Y •Made by "Tribune" Reporters in Their llaaads About the Geo. P. Flannery is in 'St. Paul on busi­ ness. Win. Pye's 4tli of July potatoes are very fine- i»- 1 The Lake City Leader publishes ty columns oq Biouiiarck. it is a just tribute to the coining city. W. J. Ives, the btlUer.man, is' in town. He i.s not losing anything by the lise in the Deadvy^od market. .. |-5 A pulafi'e car of rich sportsmen from Chicago and 1N\ Y. came in yesterday and returned lhis morning. 1 lie seventeen hundred head of Monta­ na cattle have arrived and will be loaded in Mnndan lor Chicago. II. M. Mixter has again taken hold the lines at Ins .old stand on 4th St. Asa blacksmith Mr. Mixter is hard to beat. N. 15. Perkins, of Mich., has bought the Indian tradership at Standing Hock from .)olm Thompson, of Dubuque. Ed Sloan raised some of the finest pota­ toes ever seen in this country, tie had 17.3 bushel baskets full on eight lots. "Who can beat it The iS'ovtliwestern telegraph com...

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. — 10 October 1879

JSB© ft.-.. t. \||S% Vji$ N ^gpgjjpWBgBSBP §KSf ^.»n^.«.M'[i'-"'uiu 4 j%**iu wm ,».s «r*vtvzisBmmriiAT. "J' J8 ."jfflAS |jiiIot4/l*J0*£l3T3l^- ,3£eeting of the Iiooatinff Parties' Bevbx^d -ihe Bittlec Hissouri 31^'s Baby Mine -President A-'SiO At Billings' Report. mails. 2 ?f!A ,( nJ«K ."-.. «.!» TRAINS FOE MANDAN. #Thetransfer ce8&r>: tSpaaH TRAINS FOB MASDAfi. ,0ft ftf On and after Monday next regular trains trtflfea^y tfi is coi^any. will run between Bisraarck to^Kftn^anvLiriF^ri^rift carrying exptess xnattter aridf tlie U. 8i' crosses with supplies j|evei^ |^lf-$^^A^ewf'approach to river tlie west bank is a complete,suc- ain"theon aloqg the lijtepf the extension |ind early spefaggf 18^1 regular trains will be running through to the Yellowstone. Emigration both east/And west oflBis IJmairck will be veiy large next seasoo 'anu __ everything-indicates. a lively .season for "fltfandan aii4 the making of a great whole­ sale point for Bismarck, which will in less than ten years...

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. — 10 October 1879

R-R- BgC*' 'fe 7 -Tj !. I' lU I I #*"&'WESTERN HRROINE. Rose Mrtifre's Midnight Ride. '/"We were oil the' up-grade, and- hones were slowly We were in a forest of, spiked oyer its top by standing-straight a-J horizon. I cduldsei winding round the ascent like ja girdling iJr%sr~ ribbon, and bending over the side, while aresinons, deptns ot a pine forest, with its waste of nnderbrash Wgg"g0ifl ronnd the roots, and a marvel "orcool, dullgreenfunderlyyig it all.j||| -, ~Exceptionally fine weather it was," H:h$ derstand, because it made me sick to ride inside, andforthiS'once I was glad.pf it. /^Perol^ So far aljdve 'ground. T.naa felt .jes though iii ilir. -anti I dnould have liked to snatchJthe^eins from his hands. and set jtjhft liprsep,Ain^.a inad gallop' up ^hitf afld raown." The mountain air was aa^eMy ay ehamp|aOTe,and the chang­ ing view spread before me' dizzied my eyes. Achundred .tinie^ called to Tom, yawning aim drowsing his time inside, to look ftom his window-St the nook...

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. — 10 October 1879

Over tliaygoldensand Talking ridiculous nonsense, Inspecting preposterous shells Flotsam and jetsata various. With singular maratime sme] Past children interring each other In jocular tomblets of sahd" Diging, and delving, and la&7 A merry'sepulchral band. "Might: She liked A light from ,„ And back with/.impetaot Lines on the golden sand-p, 7 erer IS fWrfv "^\T SENTIMENT ON THE SANDS. We wandefe3Ta^^roni the-crowd ~^2 The blare^of the,nouy band, By the lovfn^'lips of t|ie ocean, A bottle, a barrel, some seaweed, ~||SX Sorap muscular bivalves agape, The remains of their edible persons it trrrourf Shivered and dried out of shape. She was posed in a pensive pose ,'i 4 As I noiselessly neared her stand,' And I saw that she wrote with her parasol, My heart it patted my & She's writing, no doubt, on the sly, The name that pleases her best— "My own, I'll be bound," thought I.(» y-jj Over her shoulder I peeped— Over her ruffling collars On the golden sand she scrawled: $100,000. —Ha...

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. — 10 October 1879

tk #Jf 0 Site lismarffeerituinc. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: '. AVBBKtrv One Year, $2 60 Six Months, -. fcMT Three Months ADVBRTISI^O RATES S '•}. Trai»ient.iDisplay, One 1nchV Otte «»«•. ft 9u huoquent insertions, SO ctents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seven first insertion and. fifty cents pecJoliq /or each: si Noticcs.—Seventy-five cents per folio for on and, fift subsequent Insertion. Contract Rates.-rOne inch, three months, $5 •a4 inches, three months, flO 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 SO inches, $50. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines. $3.50.,, Local bnsiitfft notI£eii: 10centap«r,liiie each insertion. 1 Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFrelAt DIRECTORY ,£i lAjSOWIfJj, regular comma^itatlonsofSUniatit^ Lodge No. 130, A. F. & A: if:, are held in their hall on the first and third mondayji of«ach: month #tl p.m. Brothers in good lanaihg ...

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. — 10 October 1879

'JTN it vq -itj $C j.w*iv ml? 'a* .- -I: Vi ::'i-K %^d\fs !. COMMON LUMBER, CLEAR LUMBER, FENCING, STOCK BOARDS, SIDING, FLOORING, BATTINS SHINGLE, LATH, PICKETS, DOORS, WINDOWS Main I f,- Lj| .. V' •:•?!:•. IW. RAYMOND & CO, WHOLESALE BISMARCK, D. T. W. A. BISMARCK, D. T. McLBAN & MACNIDER, Sole Agents for Schiitz's Export Beer and Peasley's Ale and Porter. St., f.rcl FASHIONABLE Mil 26 North 1 ,tf j' .*: CO O 5D 7T .-••' ,':' CD 3 cr CD CO O" 'Ov &> tfnd careful attention to all orders. Furnish plans and estimates. BBOCEBS. Grocers. BISMARCK, D. T. ,ir»i Ilij !i WW'}* Third Strert. Bismarck, D, tl 1 J&far:-#''' ?-^4" fft* 1 is '.v?:.A-T-.fV^ nfia"1 ^*f ni-~~\r ?l? 4"trT 4l ^ifS 'fl' I^T'U!.''!'! T1'"!5 %s2 W O E S A E I I N A E I Alg fJii tt'!'! I! I Jf jH £*Ji r^aJ' BULDING PAPER, E MOTJLDING^^ NAILB, :Sf AT WHOLESALE ONLY. i- WHITE LEAD and OIL. MARBLE HEAD LIME. IT MAKES ONE THIRD MORE PUTTY THAN ANY OTHER KNOWN LIME. IT HAS NO WASTE SOLD IN ANY O' —s QUANTIT...

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. — 10 October 1879

jra- 0 r*' WATERING THE HILLS. 'A.1 -ilie watereth the hills from His chamberf. Ps.civ.13. r', \^,01)! tbe I'ippliutr nod the lo mingy :V, "Pailintr •glOn™lPSi_ Where the rapids are desceu"ainr as for ages they have done On each downward platfoim taking •Just a moment's rest, then breaking Into sweefenchanting laughter at.the gleeful triumph won All the latent echoes waking With the fun! ^9 ,, Sweeping from their rock Robed at once in light imi Bringing infinite revealings frd^the silences profound How the little eddies whiten. And the longer beaches brighten. As the showers of brilliant dewdrops on their slivery slopes refund Fallingiinto gems that lighten! I 4 When the sunbeams come unbidden To behold the marvel hidden, All the waters take them captive, to ado their raiment white But the rainbow tells the wonder Of the radiance lying under, ... And the sun in regal beauty stoops to claim his own by right Till the ripples fall asunder— .Lost in light! On the brink the mosses gl And...

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. — 10 October 1879

h: "M I ^4 & ifjv W^llMiiiK^1 ii^T» 11*1"irn"1 sounds of day, tHere v8d so! w- wheat xr® WHEAT. Faint, faintand clear— ^Faint as the music that dreams we hear^— ^'Shakinff the curtaiH-fold of sleep IMIfefThat shuts away hs-h s-*.? The world's hoarse voice—the sights and -i¥X From West to East The warm, bw*% Mggqgfreh drop low, As if in prayer. 's Again, more lightly tossed in merry play, They bendandbowaud sjray,--^: ,3UXla. With measured beat, But never rest Through shadow and through sun Goes on the tender rustle of the wheat. Dreams, more than sleep,. .*.-. 1 **8 Tall 6n tte listening heart, and lull its*care. Deadyearesend back .Some treasured, half forgotten time. Ah, long ago, When sun and sky were sweet, In happy noon, J- We stood, breasthigh, 'inid waves of ripened grain, And heard the wind make music is the wheat! Not*for to-day— ft Not'fer this hour alone—the melody, 4 So soft and ceaseless, thrills tne areamer ear! Of all that was and is, of all that yet shall be, ^jy...

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. — 10 October 1879

•^Ji kr.vtn tOCAL LEVIES. iljlP,". 3fcmd« by Tribune" Reporters lid CHy? JPURELY PERSONAL. Matt Kelly will soon start for Brule City. John A. Re&Jeft on Wednesday for Fargf. Capt. D.'W. Marratta went to St. Paul thiB week. D. I. Bail$y returned from his eastern trip Tuesday..'! Hallett & KeatiDg leave for Lcadville in about two weeks. Joe Leigiiton and wife returned to St. 'Paul Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Harmon, of Ft. Lincoln, ate in the city W. A. Burleigh is in the city. He 1s on his way to Miles City. C. Harnois returned from Miles City this week, disgusted with the city. A. Hilger, of the Kentnckey Hom^a'at the Land ag, will go to Brule City. in The fire qoinpanyhave ordered a large ... bejl and mboer auitsi Mandan barely escaped beings -bunied by prairie fireiast Monday., ~. RsiTbe tiavel by the BisaWrck roMte to the Hills is immense. It mother shortest route. """s -Dan JBisenbergT new stock -of :gpbdp shows, up like a silver halMoIlacr iU t^e sunsliin*i ^TheJi...

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. — 17 October 1879

«W? sdnf1 f£-M' a©* 2^ Roaring mill. Five years in the penitentiary is Doc. Uiddle •^aW? sentence. «r ,-P *i f^'4? fj3 iS m%*mi %*vk tX" '-i vjl Pst' fci»itt fkidllVi _?!/ rl'ifWi UJVCUigsJO ^-t »||WU rf"MS VII." 5I^I„tL Oregon has 860 post offices and Washington •^Territory 203. p^ "jg£jjY ', JWearly Ricii gold mines have been discovered in the Jadith Bavin aud Bentou is aimjdt depopulated of its mule iubabitauts. Grading ou the Peud d'Oreille division of the M. P. was commenced Oct. l*t under the super­ vision of W. H. iUcCartney. A11 £lk J'oint woman recently left her child in a church pew asleep and did not miss it until she returned home. So says the Courier.. The Uotnestakc Mining Ooiupauy's saw mill in the llilis aud about 50,lK)J feet of lumber were burned lata week. Loss about Gen. Thos. II. linger, comtnandiug Ft. Assin naboiue, arrived in town last uigtit, en route 10 Helena, to establish headquarters of the district at tbut point—llenton Record: A new town has been locat...

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. — 17 October 1879

FADING. I watched in the glad sun-tide When buds were bursting fourth The girl who should have been my bride, The fairest gem of earth— v'• She fadid like the tender leaves When & the frosty leaves are nijrth. I watched her when the golden liaze Lay soft on bank and brae, And in the summer of her days She faded fast away— The roses died from out her cheeks Like a sunset's flush in May. At last, when Autumn's withered leaves Lay sere upon the ground— The swallows long had left the eaves, And night was closing round— Her soul departed ere the dawn. And her angel home she found. When earth lay 'neath the early snow, I stood beside her grave The funeral chant rang sad and slow Throughout the ancient nave— I mourned, but owned that fllod was just, When he took back the soul he give! RUSSIAN NEWSPAPER MEN. A Thanklesn, Dangerous and Poverty Strick­ en Profession. from the New York Sun. Am oner all the millions of Russians now leading a constrained existence, the journalists and other ...

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. — 17 October 1879

vwa a THRJ)EATH'TBAP«TI: "OLD SALT. Mr. Warren/the mate of ^whalfhip Roberta, ^ss' loVed' and respected cry man in the Teasel^ with the excep­ tion of Harry Thorn pson—tal^ dux rowed youth, of an evil, quarrelsome disposition. Thompson had'takeh adis like to the mate from the moment he dis­ covered tha latter was a man calculated to win the esteem of his dre/W^lte' (Thompson) had hoped to excite the men to mutiny but when fier. perceivtd how in re a cer, he knew to accomplish his purpose he must first remoye Warren i^nuliia. path. Nightf aid day, he ched for an !pp$ortimifjr ti^epflie life of the ifiate^to strike the" murder ous blow in such away as to. avoid de taction. -M1'' Days, weeks and months glided on the ship rounded the stormy C-.pe Horn, bowling along toward) the ^rm-Whale erasing ground 'off' the GaUipagos, and still the dark-browed villain waited for a chance to accomplish his, hellish work One evening, just after sundown, while the hands were eating their supper^ the w...

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. — 17 October 1879

"Vfe, -y '"M ,/f *w M& aiftt gwmarffe^rtbuitf. r^' C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. R? JiTl SUBSCRIPTION KATIES: J, WIIKLT, One Year, ,s- Ij» .,- ." "S H! 1 Contract Rates.—One inch, three monUw, $5. -3,y\ inches, three months,110 inches, |U| W .•! inches, $25 80 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an- B'£^l1busi2re^^bUMSf5b :$& »^*^3aiBFBS?8?k* EMER N. COREY. Sec. p. m. Leave for Fort Keogh and Miles City and all points in Northern and Western Montana daily, •vAccept Sunday, at 8 a. in.: and arriving at Bis­ marck daily except Sunday, at 4 p. in. Leave for Deadwood and other points in the ^lTack Hills ially at 8 p. m. Registered Mails for all Points Close at5 P. M. Oitice open from 7 a. in. to 9 p. THE «i!i»fatiiii»ii»?'»"i| utfjWd/tftiwltfnrn* 5Sp5r^5 s* aoVBRTISINO BATK8: —Display, One inch, one time' fl ^abeoqaent Insertions, SO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at aame rate. Legal Notices.—Seventr-fiTC cent* per folio for tlrat insertion aid'flfty csn...

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. — 17 October 1879

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