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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 11 June 1880

-H. :fC aim COMJPMMJENTA BY. mv, What the Press Throughout the I gf Country Think of The Tribune. ~'if~ [Swan Lake New Era.] *S& The illustrated number of the Bismarck TRIBUNE has reached our table, and it is certainly a splendid immigration paper. [Bridgewater Echo.] The Illustrated edition of the Bismarck TRIBUNE, which is just out, is a master effort in Dakota journalism. It cjives Northern Dakota a good "send off." [Northern Tier.] Col. Lounsberry.'s mammoth edition of 40,000 copies of the Bismarck TRIBUNE is out, and from advance sheets it is as hand­ some apiece of newspaper work as was ever turned out. [Elk Point Courier.] The illustrated edition of the Bismarck TRIBUNE is out and it is a credit to Col. Lounsberry, the editor and proprietor. The calonel is right at home when a good newspaper is wanted. [Vermillion Republican.] The Bismarck TRIBUNE is out with its promised illustrated edition. The paper is the best one ever gotten out in this ter­ ritory and reflects great...

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. — 11 June 1880

ip v., j. H. BttM, o«wcpaper idntUdoi egeate »t HJI» /iMMiTVulWIni1) Sow York, Is intborta6d wSSK«ti«l Th* TBIBTO*, At *GM^IkmUA0.,»NMP«PMadvertisingX«J JO^Bp^i^8t7W ^orTwe wthqrlwd to m»ke contract* for this P»P« wJSfvJ^S®^ of tblf NP« m»f Mieenattha New York offioe. ChM. S! Miller A Co., newspaper advertising •£»*•. (Tribune buildin*), Chicago, ill., *re authorized •centoto contract advertising for thispape at.our lowest rate*. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COUBX Onrcuu BANK tiw§id I^a THIHD JUDICIAL DIBTBICT. Junes.—A. H. Barney Fargo. D. T. DISTRICT ATTOBHIT.—J. A. Htoyell, Blmarck. CUM.-E. M. Corey, BUmarck. DEPUTY. U. 8. Uinnuiv-AItz UcKende, BUmarck. v. S. OFFICIALS. E. B. Kirk, Capt., A. Q. 1LV.S. A., Depot Q.M. Seo 8 Grimes, 1st Lieut. offioer in charge U.H.Mil.TeL fc. M. BrownTBeoriw W. 8, Land ofioe. fester,Man tor, Reenter, U. 8. Land office. O. A. Loun»berry,Poetma«ter. ipf" M. OoBhman. Deputy Collector IT. 8. Customs. Frank P. Brown, Deputy Collector Internal Revenue B. N. Corey...

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. — 11 June 1880

IT is Baid ill'Af.4}, FACTS AND FANCIES the Vassar College girl who cacght cold by drinking water from T, damp tumbler is convalescent.. Ix geems to be a universal practice that when Bridget comes in to sweep, the whole family -wall get up and dust. A BOY recently hanged himself be­ cause somebody found fault with him." That boy was certainly not born to be an editor. A HAH has invented a chair which can be adjusted to 8,000 different positions. It is designed for a boy to sit in when having his hair cut. WnJj you have some cream and glucose in your coffee is the question now propounded from the maternal end of the breakfast table. "Yes," answers pater-familias, and pass the oleomar­ garine." So MANY societies for the promotion of tilings are established that Johnny wants to know why somebody doesn get up a society for the promotion of boys in school without making them study so. BLANC MANGE.—Boil one and one-half ounces of isinglass, three ounces of sweet and six bitter almonds, we...

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. — 11 June 1880

1 LOCAL LEA VES. Torn From the Tribnae Reporter's Note-Book. vDunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. ?. Mandan is taking steps towards a town -organization. Mandan is now figuring on "how to obtain drainage." Over fitty miles of new fencing is being built this season in Burleigh county. JustUs Bragg brought in a car load of sheep from Minnesota Wednesday night. Raymond's Hall, to be fitted up by Joseph Hare will be ready for occupation v, July 1st. Deadwood coaches continue to be loaded Travel by the Bismarck route has never been better. Miss Lizzie Peasley is very sick in Deadwood. She received a crowded ben efit Friday night last. Capt, Dan Maratta has put the llag-pole over the Coulson line office, in trim for the nominee of the "unterriliecl." For obvious reasons, provisions should not be placed in front of stores on the •. sidewalk. Even the dogs kick thereat. The new approach to the river from the Mandan side is nearly finished. This will shorten the distance of the ferry ...

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. — 18 June 1880

•yw. fc-vr 'Y^1'" *m«W «,v Foiv ivfef^"^ iS' -.•S'.-^'.V, VOL. vm. NEWS-NOTES. —Cholera is prevailing to an alarming extent in Cincinnati. —Gen. Garfield lias a family of four Tjoys and one girl. —Chas. Seip is one of the census enu­ merators in the Black Hills. —The London Times advises the En­ glish farmers to go to America. —Seymour is seventy years old. He is a good m«n but has a had record. —The democratic national convention meets at Cincinnati on the 22d inst. —A new'paper at Casselton, D. T., the Reporter, will soon make its appearance. —The North Pacific Time* has sensi­ bly discontinued the use ot patent insides. —Gen. Longstreet's appointment as minister to Turkey, has been confirmed. —The youngest child of A1 Hazen, Par­ kers'Prairie, Minn., was killed by a run-away team last week. —Uncle Sammy is disposed to force his re-nomination or maKe a fight. It is Tilden or a bolt evidently. —Ex-Senator James A. Bayard, father of Hon. Tlios. F. Bayard, died at Wilmington, Del., S...

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. — 18 June 1880

m^L & ffe tgssfosf'- "&iu '. if /f n^,#» ^-V-ft I_A A SERMON FOB THE SISTERS. ^#il'r BY IRWIN RUS8EL. fe%?lnebber breaks a colt afore he's old enough '•fesfeA totrabbel & "j. nebber digs my taters tell dey plenty big to grabble An' when you sees me risin' up to structify meeiin, l's fust dumb up de knowledge-tree and done some apple-eatin'. I sees some *tet»h« pruzint, mighty proud of whut dey wearin', It'a well you isn't apples, now, you better be deciarin'! For when you heerd yo' markit-price, 't'd hurt yo' little feelin's: ,, You wouldn't fotch a dime a peck, for all yo fancy peelin's. 0 sistahs—leetie apples (for you're rWlly migty like 'em)— 1 lubs de ol'-time russets, dough it suldom I kin strike'em An' so I lubs you,sistahs, for yo' grace, an' not yo' graces— I dont keer how my apple looks, but only how it tas'es. Is dey a Sabbaf-6cholah heah Den let him 'form his mudder How Jacob-in-de-Bible's boys played off upon dey br udder! Deysol' him to a trader—an' at las'...

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. — 18 June 1880

•1 «e! •.if-' !i *s** LOGIC. 1Tis strange but true, that a common cat TTflg got ten tails—just think of that! Don't see it, eh The fact is plain To prove it so I ri6e to explain. We say: A cat has but one tail Bahold how logic lifts the veil. No cat has nine tails, don't you see? One cat has one tail more than she! Now add the one tail to the nine, You'll have a full ten-tailed feline. As Holmes has said in his "One-horse Shay,71 Logic is logic, that's all I say. AH Sorta of Paragraphs. "Sir, the apple of discord has been thrown in oar midst, and if it be not at once nipped in the bad, 'twill burst into a conflagration that may deluge the whole world!" "What are you crying for, Sally?" 4 'Cos I got the toothache.' 4Bov—You go 'round to grandmother she'll show yerwhattodo she knows how to take hers out and put 'em back whenever she wants." Mrs. Shoddy—"Lor, I'm so dull! what are you doin' of, Mary dear?" Miss Mary—"Nothing at all. I'm ennuied to death?'' Mrs. Shoddy—"Well, ring the b...

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. — 18 June 1880

1X% |'-Mr«{. ft 1 fivr BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WEEKLY, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, Three Months fi $ o. I* rl' t' 1 Y, ADVERTISING"RATES. 'iSs?-" Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents ^'••per ltnc, ol-Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch. ~in Professional cards, four lines or lass, §10 per annum. Advertisements in column of "Wants, i'or Sale,11 "For Rent," etc., 10 ccats per line each finsertion. Le al notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $l.per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JilETnonisT Ciiungn.—Services every Sunday at the Citv Hall, atll a. and p. m. Ounday school "immediately after morning seryice. Pravcr meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. J- M. Bcix, Pastor. ^PKESJSYTEIIIAN CHUKGII.—Sunday service at 11 a and 8=00p. ni., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats ii-ee. Sunday school immediately aftc- morning service. We...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 June 1880

if iff *1 THE FATAL BULLET.! A Sweede Accidentally Shot Near Fort Stevenson. (Special Correspondence of The Tribune.) FOBT STEVENSON, D. T., June 12.— There occurred, at a woodyard about eight miles above this post oa the 10th inst., an accident of a very fatal character. This point is situated on the opposite side of the river and occupied by Pat Connors, a man who has resided along the Missouri river for the last ten years. Pat is very generally known and is con­ sidered honest and trustworthy. He had a man chopping for him by the name of Frisco. A few days since there cam up from below, on one of the steamboats, a Sweede looking for work. The Sweede conclu­ ded to slop off and go to work for Con­ nors and "make a stake." It is rumored that he (the Sweede) brought with him a five gallon keg and 6f course "all hands" got pretty well un­ der the influence of the contents thereof, and, as tlie story goes, the "new man" and Mr. Frisco started out hunting. After proceeding a short dist...

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. — 18 June 1880

I TRIBUNE AGUOTS. 1 Mr. J. H. BMM) newspaper tdnrtUac nnti at «aricBmr(Haii bnlldlxi*) Hew York, If authorized to oootract for advertiaementa In THX TKIBO**, at oar lowest rate*. Q(o.F,Bomll40t.jMiii«pnadnrtUuainti 30 Bprnce St., New York an authorized to mdtt Motraeta for paper at oar lowest rates. A file at this paper may oe seen at the New York office. Ohms. X. Miller Co., newspaper advertlslnc acents. /Tribune bnlldlng), Chicago, 111., are authorized •cents to contract advertising (or this pape at.our lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COUBT OmCIAIM JOHN THIRD UDICXAII DLBTBICT. appei.-A. H. Barnes, Fargo. D. T. DXBTBIOT ATTOBHKZ.—J. A. Btojell, Bismarck. UurBX.—E. N. Corey, Bismarck. pinOT. U. 8. MtRHHST.,—Alex HcKenzie, Bismarck. U. G. OFFICIALS. tA.8Brown, B. Kirk, Capt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A.. Depot Q. M. o. Grimes. 1st Lieut, officer In charge tJ.B.Mll.TeL M. Beoelver D. 8, Land office. ter. Mantor, Register, U. 8. Land office. D. Lounsberry,Postmaster. g& M. Oushman. Depute...

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. — 18 June 1880

THE CHICAGO CONVENTION. Joy's Presentation of Blaitte, *$ Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Conven- f.||tion: I shall never cease to regret thai circnm stances have been 6ucb aa to impoae the duty fp upon myself t* make a nomination of a candi date to'this convention. I have been absent farrived trom the conatry for the past two months, an home bat jast before this convention V|l Since the convention has been in seaaion I have been employed npon the floor all the time 0V If, therefore, words or mnslo •$' are important for the candidate who shall bo proposed, they will benefit him bat little. 1 twill, however, bring him before the oonven tion as brief a manner as passible. That it V! will be very brief will, I presume, satisfy the convention and the audience, because we arc now all impatient for voting. It was in 1860.1 think, that a then young man, born in the old Ey«tone State, but a resident in the State of Maine, entered the House of Representatives. It was at a time when the aky...

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. — 18 June 1880

••M &' lfiiP£^3-:\ I Tom From the TribuneReporter's Note-Book. '^Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Maiji street 1 Servant girls are wanted at the Mer .-chants. Oats and barley are heading and pota­ toes were in bloom a week ago. Not less than 500 acres of corn is .. planted in Burleigh county this year. Mr. J. C. Barr is now comfortably situ­ ated in his new office, Raymond's block. The store front in Raymond's new buiiding, 34 Main street, will be the finest in the city. John .. credit I opera Whalen has placed new counters in his store and now has the finest assort­ ment of crockery ware in the city. On the Batchelor from Fort Guster was a Comanche pony (age uncertain) bound for Mr. Gordon, of the firm of Gordon & Ferguson, St. Paul. To T. M. French, of Mandan, is due the of the excellent section houses on •. the Northern Pacific extension. He also built the Mandan depot. The laughable burlesque of the Ten nesse Jubilee Singers is a pleasing num­ ber of the Merry Makers entert...

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. — 25 June 1880

I 3g$ mm^m pH'^1' ft?* V- §i f»* jF ^?. -f J'vfe*' *wfe&v v^wdl/ W4A*' V'i.,', WU 6t?fei .ff'W. THE CORNER STONE OE THE NEW Oil It T-HO USE IS L.AYEJD JBY THE MASONS* An Imposing Afiair---Tfce Largest Concourse of People Ever Assem­ bled in Burleigh County— The Building. THE EVENT. It had Veen previously announced that the comer stone of the new court house would belayed under the auspices of the Bismarck Lodge A. F. & A. M., Monday, June 21, but owing to stormy weather the affair was postponed till the next day. At half past three the masonic fraternity marched to the building, the firemen fol­ lowing in the line and marching with them. Already hundreds of people from the remotest parts of the county had as­ sembled to see the foundation stone of the temple of justice, ere it was placed away 5n its silent niche, containing mementoes which will, perhaps, hundreds of years, hence, astonish and confound the minds of men, even as the present generation is filled with awe at the...

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. — 25 June 1880

m) S I "«i 4* 4 0^ m- ili & r^. Ml sr. 113 S"A svnniuprs WIGHT. gv The day i* drawing to close The golden-curtains in the west Speak of night of calm repose, Ami tired nature sinks to rest O'er the edge of sflyery clouds, Far in the western horizon. In silvery Uned and golden slu~ Slowly lowers the Betting son. How the dew of eve is falling O'er nature's carpet soft and green, One by one the stars appearing Lend rays of light upon the soene. The starry banners of the sky Shed o'er eann their Tadiant light, And Luna, from her throne on high, Essays to make the darkness bright. In the soft moonlight, cool and still, Dewdropsglisten on the flowers Over the falls and near the mills, Buns the water in wavy showers. How weary brother seek thy rest, While angels are fondly watching Cer the weary and o'er the blest As the hours of night are passing. How we feel no care nor sorrow On this side the river we rpst Ere the dawning of the morrow We may be resting with the blest A fairer morn ...

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. — 25 June 1880

lSHiBi i!/- I I Si ,] IfPK loJ Dont Stay Away Erom Charcb. '"Were it not for public, private -wor would soon be at an end. To this, God^ the church of Christ owes its being and its continuance. "Where there II is no public worship there is no religion, fc It is by this that God is acknowledged and He is the traversal being and by His bounty and providence all live con '.'jseqnently, it is the duty of every intel ligent creature publicly to acknowledge Him and offer Him that worship which He himself has prescribed in TTi« -word." Bflibbi Levi said, He who a syna­ gogue in his city and does not go thither to pray, shall be esteemed a bad citizen, or a baa neighbor. And to thk they apply the words of the prophet, Jer. xu.14. Thus saith the Lord against all my evil neighbors—Behold, I will pluck them out of their land." Babbi Eliezer, speaking as from God: "If thou wilt come to My house I will go to thy house but if thou wilt not come to My house, I will not enter thy house. To the plac...

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. — 25 June 1880

*|«£."» ^tte ii$marclt ®ribuiie. BY C. A. LOUN8BERRY. TRiBUftE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: -WcEKir, One Year, $2 50 ". Six Months, 1 50 Three Months ,75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices, 10 cents fyer l'ne, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten *]ines to the inch-. .. 1 Advertiseitoents p. m. vespers, texhortetioii and benediction, 7:30 p. m. MM A W.-, West end. P. JOHN CWKV*^^ FOPFA, O. S. B., SOME rebel will turn Hancock's flank iand rob him of victory as Mahone did on several occasions during the campaign in Iront of Petersburg!!. WHEN (Jen itancock was living luxu­ riously at West Point Garfield was work ing on the tow path. The men who la­ bor are the men to rule this country. JIMMY EMMONS called yesterday to take •the measure of the postofli.ee. He thinks the ySwrc could shine on it for four years under Hancock with pleasure as well as profit. MB. ENGLISH, the candidate for vice president on the democratic ticket, has a very creditable record. He was in'con­ gres...

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. — 25 June 1880

TT$- JSEWS-lfOTESS. ,oijL$, —i-Hon. Geo. W. Wliallon, of Minnesota, dead. 1 —China and Russia will probably come to blows. —The price of iron and dteel is going down daily. —Jamestown celebrates on Saturday, Jnly 3rd. —Garfield is six foot in height and weighs 240 pounds. —The first term of court in Stutsman county will be held at Jamestown this fall —The Fargo Daily uses stereotyped matter from old magazines to save composition bills '"',v '"J .—Chicago, 475,000 people §t. Louis 375.000. 1St. Louis mad. Threats at life of cen •as taker. —Central City, Black Hills, will have the largest Fourth of July celebration ever known in the Hills. —The Sidney coach from Deadwood was held up last week by three road agents who .got nothing in the shape of plunder. —The sentence of M. L. Cauk, who was to have been hung for murder at Deadwood, has been commuted to imprisonment for life. •. —The Black Hills Times urges Judge Moody to hire a hall in order to give greater privacy when he scolds the ...

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. — 25 June 1880

of Leave TRIBUNE ACrJtNTS: T"' toeo^Srt foradtntlMBMBtoia PAPER for Fort Office open from a, M., and XBS TMBOTH, °OM.P^BowSi 0o.,Mir8p«p«r JLASTFAR ihlsipaper mar PBOBATB.—Emer tt adwtirfng agent* MH^ ATS'RWK airBanth orUed to JUKE at oar lowest rates. file accnatthe agents to contract lowest rates. Mew Cha* ElKltori IWK «fBoe. Co., newBpaperadTertlilii«a«enta. fTrtima* Iralldinc), CHLO^O. III., aj» authorized ad?wtlilin for this pape AT oar OFFlCIAIi DIRECTORY. OOUBTOmcuu THDU) JUDIOIAIIDIBTBICT. gCTDO*.—A.TTORICXX.—J. H. Barney Fargo, p. T. ESTKICT A A. Stojell, OUEBK.-E. M. Otoii.'M^Onihma'n frank P. E. M. OOTJJtTT Blamarck. Corey, BUmarck. DXFUTT. U. 8. MABSHAI*—-Alex SB^^O^LLECTOR XJ.S.Costom*. Brown. Deputy Collector Internal Revenue. Oerey, P. 8. Comsrissloner. OOUKTY OFFICIALS. OUU R1QI8I1S OF PIEDB.—John H. Richard*. TABOTR.-AlexaaderMCXENALE. WUiii'I Tmgw«B.-W.B, JCDFL* OF Wateon. N. OotTKTY Corer KIMHIII'JMIUMI or POBLXO 8CHOOLS.-J. OOMMIB8ION*B8.—Frank OF THE EACE.—IS. B...

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. — 25 June 1880

OI BVBt mis HOT IN TUB DESERT WASTE. by HOBKBT *. DOXT. [The following linen are intended ma a companion to Mian Bf. IroniBa. Chitwood'a beautiful gem of a entitled 01 Bury Me Not In the Deep, Deep O! bury me not In the desert far From the dark blue rolling sea, Where an arid waete beneath some star & Expands itself to me For no growth ia there, no life is there, No rosea to bloom in prime, No birds are there, no life la there, And no beautlfm Bummer of timol ol bury me not in the desert sad. Far off from the sunny lea, Where no bird-sanga ever nuke us glad, Aa wafted from aame tree. Tor Bands are there, and«deathis there, And the piercing aon-raya heat The heads of thorn who travel there, In rounding.up their beat O! bury mo not in the arid waste, Where the sun-lit sands do burn, For they liannt ua not with Pleasure's taste, Nor the manna that we'earn. For bonea are there, and skulla are there. And devastation reigns No hnt is there, no water there, Bat a thousand human pains. ...

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. — 25 June 1880

Sp$ £8* ^o-er v* J. I?'1? & 9 t_ -, **V «.*• ^Cl?vv t*£ 'i 1 LOCAIj LEA VESm torn From the Tribune Reporter's & N Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. The Alert says a drove of 250 cows .ipassed Jamestown last week for Bismarck "Save your quarters and take your iady love to the Katie Putnam entertainment Dr. Porter "takes the cake." He has had green peas from his own garden this week. Trains now run 106 miles west «n the Northern Pacific extension, leaving Bis marck at 6 a. m. Katy Putnam at the new hall on the evening of the 28th. All lovers of the dra ma will surely attend. Green, the quartermaster's clerk at the landing, is happy since those muchly moved Custer monuments were, loaded. The mosquitoes got badly hurt by so much soil being turned over this season. They have failed to put in an appearance thus fur. Ed. "Westcott has a bijou of a place at the levee. His crack whiskey, that holds a bead while you discuss politics, is draw ing a big trade from town. Charley...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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