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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1880

W\ V! •sr.® .•« IkV! ••ssftsSffiJ *p DO YOU WANT LAND? M?EW NOtES OF INTEREST TO land hunters. Requirements of the Various Acta, Under "Which Land Can be Ob taiaed~Nev Law for Un surveyed. Districts PUBLIC LAND LAWS. The interest in the public lands in the vicitity of Bismarck is decidedly refresh­ ing as well as suggestive. The boys are after tree claims as lively as the devil will be after the editor of the Fargo Argus some day. There is a certain big crop on the green and when that is harvested the rush for more lands will be unprecedented in the Missouri valley. Anticipating this rush some of the shrewd ones are catch­ ing on early. Others are interested and the whole country hereabout is waking up to the value of the soil for raising wheat. Forty bushels to the acre and the same freight (fifteen cents per bushel, to Duluth from Bismarck) as from Fargo The latest instructions from the general land office will be good reading for the boys. THE HOMESTEAD ACT. The fees for an entry...

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. — 16 July 1880

1 TRIBUNE AGU-NT&* to contract for advertisement# in THE TBIBDME, our lowest rates. .!'• Geo. P.Rowe.l A SFL GOUWTT Co., "0 agenta JO Spruce St., New York »re •"^2R^9TO W: STTHU^A^R KNIT the NewYo?KRFHL coh tiact advertising for lowest rates. 1 thispape at our OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY. COURT OFFICIAX.8 THIRD JUDICIAL DISXEICT.( SSSSOT*5BLSS^A2°6TVLI. Bismarck. GSUXVTU.S.' FFLK&APX McKeazie, "Bismarck. U. 8. OFFICIALS. K. M. Brown, Keceiver U. 8, Land office. peter Mantor, Beglster, U. S. Land office. 0. A. Lounsberry, Postmaster. Ohas. M. Oashman. Deputy Col.ector U. 8. Customs. rankCore/, P. Btown, N. V. OOTTXTT CL*BX Deputy Collector Internal lievenuo. 6. Commissioner. COCNTR OFFICIALS. AND BIGISTEB Richards. BH. or ZBIFF.—Alexander McKenzio. DOUHTTTBEASUBKB.—W.B.Watson. IUDOB OF DEEDS.—John PROBATE.—Emer N. Corey. (UPKBINTENDEKT OF PL BLIC SCHOOLS.—J. Bragg. JOOMMISSIJNJCBS.—Frank Donnelly, Joseph Bare, J. A. Emmons. COUNTY 8DBVF.YOB.-C. W. Thompson. CCBONOB—John Qainlan. OOtJN...

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. — 16 July 1880

«if 2w£, &i "u A RIDE FOR LIFE. It was just at sundown, and lily Ser vosse was sitting on the porch at War­ rington, watching the sunset glow, when a horseman came in sight, and rode up to the gate. After a moment's scrutiny of the premises he seemed satisfied, and uttered the usual h&lloo wliich it is cus­ tomary for one to give who desires to communicate with the household in that country. Lily rose and advanced to the steps. Here's a letter," said the horseman, as he held an envelope up to view, and then, as she started down the steps, threw it over the gate into the avenue, and, wheeling his horse, cantered easily away. Lily picked up the letter. It was directed in a coarse sprawling hand: Oh, my dear, dear papa!" she cried, as she realized more fully the danger. Oh, God! can nothing be done to save him?" Then anew thought flashed upon her mind. She ran to the back porch, and called sharply but quietly William! Oh, William!" ''William," said Lily, as the stable boy appea...

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. — 16 July 1880

Jmn $5^1 Mi ,:• It' $ gftfi tj*» S£ ,: '-Ci' ^f life' »?3% N 'Pfi §UW':-! Jg LOCAL LEAVBS. f.0'w From the Tribune Reporter's f^'i:: Note-Book. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. As & safe and pleasant invigorant Reed's 5ilt Edge Tonic suits ladies in delicate health. f. Appleton is the name of the new post office at Apple creek, and Mr. Monroe D. Downs has received the appointment as postmaster. J. r- fc Rogers & Co. opened their whole­ sale liquor house to the trade, Monday of this week, in the store formerly occupicd hy W. B. Watson. Notwithstanding the fact that Bismarck had a three daya' celebration in honor of Hie glorious fourth, not a single accident from fireworks or otherwise occurred. The sheep on the Troy farm, yearlings, fiambs ave a return of 8% lbs. of wool each, were raised from all but three of the ewes. They .were kept aud improved in condition on prairie hay, with an oc casional feed of oats. Mr. R. R. Maish lits one of the finest -•residences in th...

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. — 23 July 1880

w^ris*'s^--A-^\- 1 Itry, ri #, iJ.v-tMu^f '•L^ .« ii, 1. ing "1 4 VOL. VIII. "V?* "r- NEWS-NOTES. —The population of Sioux Falls is 2,227. —The census gives Brainerd a popula­ tion of 2,109. —Vermillion, Dakota, has a population of 714 Clay County abont 5,000." —The Huron Settler says graders are at work sixty miles west of that point. —An eighteen hundred pound elk was racently killed in Coddington county. —The population of Deadwood is 3,783. That of Lawrence pounty, Dakota, i# 11.882. —Twenty-five mill-rights are at work on the Queen Bee mill, Sioux Fall8, Dakota. —Governor Ordway is now in the Black Hills, lie will return via Bismarck and Fargo. —The jury failing to agree, Robt.Neill, late county troasurer, Deadwood, wan dis­ charged. —The population of Dakota,us shown by the cedsus returns, will bo in the vicinity of 150,000. —Russia is overrun with flies, locusts, beetles, worms, and hunger and poverty stares the masses In the face. —In the water suits between the Home ttake 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. — 23 July 1880

THE WINDMILL. ^Behold a giant am I! Aloft here in my tower With my granite jaws I devour The maize, the wheat and the rye. And grind them into-flour. I look down over the farms In the fields of grain I see The harvest that is to be, And I fling aloft my arms, For I know it's all for me. I hear the sound of flails Far off from the threshing floors In barns with their open doors And the wind, the wind in my sails, Louder and louder roars. I stand here in my place, With myToot on the rock below, And whichever way it may blow, I meet it face to face, As a brave man meets hi3 foe. And while we wrestle and strive, My master the miller stands And feeds me with his hands, For he knows who makes him thrive Who makes him lord of lands. .On Sundays I take my rest Church-going bells begin Their low, melodious din I cross my hands on my breast, And all is peace within. HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. STELL A?S LOVER. "Who is he?" asked Stella she and Felicia Martin were idly looking out up­ on the driveway...

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. — 23 July 1880

Wr^rS^^l •*, 11' fe Ife" feu pi 12 .,•** *:i ,-"*« Jr -t -I BARON DUMBKOPF?§ MARRI S*: AGE. .% Sometimes circumstances will make a soul pronounce its own death warrant: and such a thing had happened to Hor­ tense Jenkinson. The nxglit betore she had accepted the Baron's offer of marri­ age, a horrible fascination seemed to have settled upon her, making her pow­ erless to disobey her uncle's wishes. He represented to her that he was in the Baron's fpower in some financial mat­ ter, and kept reminding her that her fa­ ther bade her be obedient to him, and that he* own and Alec's happiness and prosperity depended upon her doing his bidding. What wouldn't she do for Alec, her .uncle's only child, and the only being on earth she loved? So it had been all set­ tled, and she awoke that morning—sold She dressed as usual and went down to the breakfast room. Her uncle was in high spirits, and called her "Baroness" and "bride," and in this way was more disagreeable than he knew. Her aunt asked...

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. — 23 July 1880

JsSlie fusmaidt girilmtte. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUUE SUBSCRIPTION KATES:. WEEKLY, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, 1 60 44 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices, 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lilies to the inch Professional cards, fonr lines or less, $10 5er annum. Advertisements in column of "Wants, For fale," "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each '"j^Ka? notices Tit regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply «t this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHURCH.—Services fvery Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a, and p. m. Sunday Hchool immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thursday evening at T.30*p. m. J- M. BULL, Pastor. J'KBSBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 8:00 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately afte** morning service. Weetcly prayer and teachers' meeting W...

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. — 23 July 1880

LAND NOTICE. Notice of Final Proof L1880. AND OFFICE at Bismarck. D. T.,July 15, Notice is hereby giyen that the follow­ ing named settler has filed noticc of his inten­ tion to make final proof in support of his home­ stead claim. No, 39, and eecnie final entry thereof on the fourteenth day of Angunt, Wm. It. Bentley^ for the S. W. lA of Sec. 26, T. 139, R.-79. and names the following as his witnesses, viz: W. R. White, J. C. Brown, Clias. Armstrong and J. G. Miller, all of Burleigh county, P. O. Bismarck, D.T. JOHN A. RKA, 8-13 Register. TT S. LAND OFFICE at Bismarck, D. T.. Jure 22,1880. Complaint having been en­ tered atthis Office by Daniel McCarthy against the legal representatives of Charles II. Mc­ Carthy, deceased, for abandoning T. C. entry No. S, dated October 31st, 1874, upon the W. yt ofN. W. & and lot No. 1, section 2!, Township 138, range 80, in Burleigh County, D. 'i'.. with a Tie to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear a...

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. — 23 July 1880

& if IP? *?S^tfr Hare, J. A. Emmons. OOTJNTY IW^' W SURVEYOR.—O. JJ R. PORTER, M. 1., suyi lA"^. •©fe f, TRIBUNE AGUiNTS. Mi. Jc ark Row to contrac our lowest rates. ,, Geo. P. Bowell A Co., newspaper advertising **5?i5» 10 Spruce St., New York are authorized to muce contract* for thia paper at oar lowest rates. A file of this paper may be seen at the New York office. Chas. K. Miller A Co., newspaper ad vertiaingageng. (Tribune building), Chicago, 111., are authorized acente to contract advertising for this pape at our lowest rates. OFFICIAL D1BECTOBY. COUBT OFFICIALS THIKD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Bismarck. Bxfuxx. Sit SSUBBHEL.?—Alex McKenzie, Bismarck, v. s. OFFICIAIJB Peter Manto'r, Better, U.' 8. Land office. O. A. iiOunsberry.Poetmaster. Collector TJ. 8. Customs. illector Internal Bevenue. Commissioner. 1 COUHTX OFFICIALS. DOCNTX CLJEBK AND BIGI8TEB O* DEEDS.—John H. Bichards. B£B IFF.—Alexander McKenzie. Qornr* TBEABTOEB.—W. B, Watoon. Jusax OF PBOBATX.—Emer N. Corey. BUPEBINTE...

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. — 23 July 1880

jf OLD MILL. f-r •. ._— *%. *•'. w" Herefrom the brow of the hill I looli, S Through a lattice of boughs and leaver On the 014 gray As I 4iWell, 1 mill,with its gambrel roof, And the moss on its rotting eaves. hear the clatter that iars its, walls, And the rushing water's sound, And I see the black floats rise and fall As the wheel goes slowly round. I rode there often when I was young, With my grist on the horse before And talked with Nelly, the miller's girl, waited my turn at the door. And while she tossed her ringlets brown, And flirted and chatted so free, The wheel might stop er the wheel might go, it was all the same to me. Tia twenty years since last I stood On the spot where I stand to-day, And Nelly Is wed, and the miller is dead, And the mill and I are gray. But both, till wt fall into ruin and wreck, To our fortune of toil are bound And the man goes and the stream flows, And the wheel moves slowly round. —Thomas Dunn English, in Harper's. Mmm THE WHITE MARE. In the valle...

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. — 23 July 1880

!M lf W' $ LOCAL LEAVES. Torn From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. •i^Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main slreet. Joseph Hall has purchased the Emer son property on Mandan avenue. Crockery of all kinds, and a full line of -:glassware at Whalen's, opposite the post office. Commissioner Frank Donnelly "was in town to-day. His broken arm is slowly healing. "Gov." Wise enjoys a pension from the battle at Gettysburg, yet lie. will vote for ""Garfield. Mason's hermetically sealed truii jars of all sizes at Whalen's, opposite the jjostoffice. The French call it chic, the English call •'if cheek, but the true born American say its nothing but brass. Dr. Jackson will fill Col. Bull's pulpit --during his absence. Services will be ,. held morning and evening. Manager Carnahan and lightning lingers generally are looking for other lands to conquer (tree claims.) tfargo has voted a charter aLd aid for water works almost without a dissenting -voice. Will Bismarck do as well Joe Hare, the bonanza ...

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. — 30 July 1880

NEW&NOTES. —Sioux City lias a papulation of 7,307. —The population-of New York is 1,210, 000. —"In waves of silver drifting on to har­ vest rolls the grain." —Dr. Tanner continues to grow fat on a wind and water diet. —The Sioux Falls laud office has been ordered removed to Mitchell. —Schuyler Colfax is arranging for a Iforth Pacific lecturing tour. Julien made a mile in 2.15% a Cleveland yesterday. —The national labor convention at 'Pittsburgh nominated Garfield and Arthur. —Dr. Tanner is now on the thirty sec­ ond day of his fast. He was better la^ evening. —Henry Ward Beecher,- the Tribune fays, will soon lecture in Duluth. —The population of Rhode Island is 276,710—a gain of 59,307 in ten years. -—Recent discoveries have sent Silver Islet stock from $10 to $50 per share. —Gen. Thos. Crittenden is the demo­ cratic nominee for governor of Missouri. —Twepty-twe men were killed by the recent break in the Iludsan rivsr tunnel. —It is said that Gen. Hancock* burst a corset string ...

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. — 30 July 1880

THE DE GOLYER CONTRACT. An Old Slander on Gen. Garfield Bc« ramped—His Own Explanation, of tlie Matter* [From the Chicago Evening JournaLJ A candidate mnning for office cannot escape calumny. Even so upright and honorable a man as Gen. James A. Gar­ field is known to be has had his full share of slanderous assault, and will continue to have. His defamers have been aroused into renewed activity since ln'g nomination for the Presidency. They mnlrft two specific charges to prove that he is a cdrrupt man First, that he was dishonorably connected with_the Union Pacific Credit Mobilier, the falsity of which was established to the satisfaction of all candid men shortly after the in­ vestigation of that matter by Congress several years ago and, secondly^ that he was dishonorably connected with a contract for paving the streets of Wash­ ington ten or a dozen years ago. The circumstances involving the facts upon which the latter charge rests have been twice investigated by special com­ mittee...

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. — 30 July 1880

Jf* kiv ll IsiS^ ....' CoIor*Blinlpesfi. There is no human infirmity more cu­ rious -than is color-blindness and scarcely any other abont which so. little is known. The oddest thing about it, perhaps, is that it is not certain, or even likely, that the person who is afflicted with color-blindness is aware of the dcfcct Color-blindness is an inability to dis­ tinguish colors. Those who are wholly color-blind can see no more than the forms of things but cases of total ab­ sence' of the power to perceive color are very rare. In most persons who are lacking in this respect, the infirmity extends only to certain colors. One man cannot perceivS a red color an­ other green another blue, and so on. This partial color-blindness is not un­ common^ Examinations by experts seem to show that about one in every twenty men is defective in the percep­ tion of celor and it is asserted that the defect is not so common in women as in men. Probably not fifty readers of this pa­ per are conscious that t...

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. — 30 July 1880

"3c Ibmawk iritmne. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WKEKLT, One Tear, Six Months, Three Months $2 50 1 50 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents per I'nc, of Nonpareil type, each insertion, len lines to the inch Professional cards, four, liijes or less, $10 pur annum. 9 i, wl? .- Advertisements in column of Wants, ior Stile." 'iFor Kent,", etc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry $1 per line. l''or contract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send lor advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHCRCII.—Services every Sunday at the City Hall, at 11 a, and p. in. Hunday school immediately after morning seryice. Praver meeting every Thursday evening at 7.30 p. m. J- M. BULL, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CIICRGH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 8:00 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately aftc* morning service. Weekly grayer and teachers'...

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. — 30 July 1880

53P 1 N*1" 4 r* 2 Vi* S LAND NOTICE. Notice ,of Final Proof. L1880. AND OFFICE at Bismarck. D. T., July 15, Notice is hereby giyen that the follow­ ing named settler has filed notice of his inten­ tion to make final proof in support of his home­ stead claim, No, 39, and secuie final entry thereof en the fourteenth day of August, Win. A. Bentley, for the S. W. of Sec 26, T. 139, R. 79. and names the following as his witnesses, viz: W. R. White,). C. Brown, Chas. Armstrong and J. G. Miller, all of Burleigh county, P. O. Bismarck, 1),T. JOHN A. RKA, 8-13* Register. Notice of Contest. TT S. LAND OFFICE, Bismarck, D. T., July 21st, 1880. Complaint having been enter­ ed at thii-office by J. P. Manhart against Jesse J. Brown for failing to compjy Tvith the law in his tree-claim entry, N«. 34, dated Jan. 24,1878, upon the N. of N. E. Section 28, Township 139, Range 78, in Burleigh County, D. T., with a view to the cancellation of *aid entry: the said parties are- hereby sum­ moned to appear...

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. — 30 July 1880

^TRiStJUB-AGfeNTS. .MR. J. H. CTi^^iS5iSS%"»S?MK54 contract for advertisements in THi IsiBwi, at —n itwit rates. .. ON. P.Bowe.l Co.,-ewspsper •«•?£, |8 Spraoe ot., New York are ant orii»d to make •antracts for this paper at oar !°W0e^.raJe®- &» lowest rates. s*si OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY. COITBT Omouu THIKD JUDICfiUi DI8TKICI. Vases.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. WIOT ATXOBSBI.—J. A. Ktoyell, Bismarck. as.—B. *. Corey, Bismarck. pxx. V* 8.M —AIJZ McKenxie, Bismarck. U. B. OFFICIALS. li Bro*n, Receiver U.8, Land office. eter Mantor, Register, D. 8. L*ad office. I A. Lounsbe ry, Postmaster. Dhaa. M. C-shman Deputy Ool eotor U. 8. Customs. Prank P. Btown, Deputy Collector Internal Beveaue. I, H, Core D. H. Commissioner. COTJNTX OFFICIALS. DOUKTX OUEBK AND B-GI8TEB OF p£KS8.—John H. Richards. B»nnr—Alexander HcKenzie. Do UNIT TBKASDBKB.—W. B, Watson. Suoei or PBOBATK —Em N. Corey. IcmtiixMprax OF p. BIIO WJHOOI».-TJ. Brant. DOUMTX COMMISSI NEBS.—Frank Donnelly, Joseph Bare, J. A. Emmons fiO...

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. — 30 July 1880

THE EBONY BEDROOM, CHAPTEBX. ilTEE THE BASJi. It was 8 o'clock of a dreary winter's day. M. Lecoq, on special ^lutyat the Grand Opera ball, was on his way past the Grand Hotel when he meta police­ man who informed him that there was something up in the Rue Canmartin. However much he merited repose, M. Lecoq quickened his steps. But he had been anticipated by the Ward Commis­ sure of Police. A crowd was at the carriage gateway of No. 35, counterbal­ ancing the cold with the heat of dis­ cussion. The detective lingered a mo­ ment to scrutinize the little mob, but it was composed entirely of neighbors, shop clerks, and innocent chance passengers. So he went into the princely mansion, which he knew to belong to the Count of Montfort Ste. Croix. The first room on the first floor had been barricaded by a heavy piece of furniture which it had taken two power­ ful men to move back. The castors had been removed to prevent it being rolled away. Not a tiling in the dining-room had been disorde...

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. — 30 July 1880

,. tj| ^fjLOCAL, LEAVES. 1 Torn From the Tribune Keporter's Note-Book. ^D«nn'& Co., druggists, 92 Main street. i. John Quintan's oats promise a yield of i""seventy-fire bushels per acre. Bismarck is to have a fine new brass -band -within a few weeks. A post*office has been established at -Burton with Jerry Collins P. M. Crockery of all kinds, and a.full line of Glassware at Whalen's, opposite the p»st -•office. Mason's hermetically pealed fruit jars of all sizes at Whalen's opposite the post office. Sermon to children at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning at eleven 'o'clock. Robt. Macnider has been at 17th Siding all the week harvesting McLean's quarter section of wheat. Time for holding services at the Epis copal church is 10:30. Sunday school at 12 jr., St. Paul time. Harvesting wheat commcnced very generally on Monday. The oat harvest commenced last week. Geo. Elder is bound to catch the boys. He holds the fort all day and night on •eatables and drinkable's. Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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