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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 August 1880

•?«.k\ #.:^ i- LO ./ I fl^ji?1 1 LOCAL, JjEAVfSS. Torn J'r«m tlie Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. Dunri & Co., druggists. 92 Main street. Chas. Kupitz is building a house for sale or rent on one of bis lots near his residence. Fred Strauss is not only an expert and artistic jeweller, but Sig i-Ianauer says, he is a brilliant biniardist. Forty-five acres of wheat were put in shock yesterday on the 11. B. Hayes far m, six miies north of Bismarckv That conversation water of Charley Williams' is somewhat democratic, but extremely popular with the citizens. ICupitz & Griflin have dissolved part­ nership, and T. W. Griffin is now run­ ning alone their popular city market. Fred Whitiier, of the Sheridan He use, has gone to St. Paul to visit his pa­ rents. Fred j£ very popular among liie boys. Valentine Sclireck and H. P. Bot,ue took possession of Joe Hare's "Bon Ton" restaurant. Wednesday. Watson is determined to close out his clothing at fifly per cent below cost to make room for an...

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. — 6 August 1880

& 88^ ~W-* &4 5 7 OSJB hOAJP FOJ% POOR KATX mrous IIVTXL if Rue, Mister, Pd not forward toe, -j Bat Katy, sir—she's starvln' now—? .•••• An* could yea give won loaf tew me, -.i Tew kape the death sweat from bar taww ""Who's Katy? She's my poor wife, sir. Ye' seen bright roses'in her face, TFhin, wan year past, I widded her, An' |.f now—the blue veins in their plaoe. TWa mornin', I hod stayed my hand Bed lost all hope—except to die, Whin Katie looked far o'er the land, An» saw ypj mast flag floatin' high. Ah 1 how her blue eyes lit wid joy! My poor, frail darlint, once so fair I cried right out as whin a boy— An', crazy like, toyed wid her hair. Bed she, "Look down the channel there I The Btars and stripes, fer shure, Jamie-. Ould Ireland's poor, wid song and prayer, Shall live tew bless Amerike. Go, Jamie—IH not be afraid. There—mind me not—an' dry yer eyes Ye know the holy father said, Kind Uncle Sam would hear our criee. "Wan loaf, ax thim, fer poor Katy, Fer sake of baby ...

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. — 6 August 1880

OUB YOUNG FOLKS. Take Away* 15- There were four little boyi Who started to go, From the very same spot, To make tracks in the snow. He that made his path straightest, They had in their plan, Of all of tho four Should be their Vest man. Now, these four little boys Were Philip, and John, And merry-faced Harry, And sober-eyed Don The best friends in the world, And full of Invention Inplay, but they seldom Were found in contention. Well, they started together, And hurried along. Bnt John, Don, and Harry In some way went wrong The fourth made his path Nearly straight, and they wondered, When all tried alike, Why they three had blundered. Then Philip replied, The reason you see, Though no harder I tried Tt succeed than you three, I pushed for that oak. Going forward quite ready, While you struggled on Without aim, and unsteady." Now, you see, my dear boys, What such lessons teach. If there is a point That you wish to reach— A position in life At all worth the naming. If you gain it, 'twil...

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. — 6 August 1880

She Iwmattlt Srilmne. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WtRKir, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, 1 50 '•'I Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices. 10 twnts yor line, of Nonpareil type, caeh insertion. Tin Sines to the inch Professional cards,, four lines or less, $10 {per annum. Advertisements in column ®i ants, "I? or Sale," "For Rent, etc., 10 oents per line cach insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Or'giuai i»oet.rv SI pei liiiu. For contract rates of display advertising apply «t this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 3TETINMST CHURCH.—Services «very Sunday at the City tta-n.-at 11 auud? p. m. Hunday sjchool iinm«ec!iatey after morning service. Praver meeting cr-ccy Thursday evening at 7.30'P.--HI. J. AL BULL, Pastor. PNESBYTEIRIAIFT Cmnscsi.—Smithy service at 11 a. in.and 8:00 p. is., St. Paul time. All are in vited -sOats free. Sunday-school immediately r.ftc- Jiioriiin-e saiiw. Weekly prayer and...

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. — 6 August 1880

LAND NOTICE. Notice of Final Proof AND OFFICE at Bismarck, D.T., July 15, I ilBSO. Noficfi in hereby giyen that the follow­ ing named settler has filed notice of his inten­ tion to make final proof in sapport of his home­ stead claim, No, 39, and secuic final entry thereof on the fourteenth day of August, lVm. A. iSentley, for the S.W. of Sec. 26, T. 139, R. 79. and names the following ae his witnesses, viz: W. R. White. J. 0. Brown, Chaa. Armstrong and J. G. Miller all of Burleigh county, P. O. Bismarck, D.T. JOHN A. REA, 8-13* Register. Notice of Contest. US. LAND OFFICE, Bismarca, D. T„ July 21st, 1880. Complaint having been enter­ ed at this office by _J_. P. Manhart against Jesse J. Brown for failing to compiy with the law iu his tree-claim entry. No. S4, dated Jan. 24,1878, upon the N. of N. E. U, Section 28, Township 139, Range 78, in Burleii'h County, D. T,, with a view to the cancellation^ paid entry: the said parties are hereby sum­ moned to appear at this office on the 21...

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. — 6 August 1880

TRIBUNE AGKNTS. -_Mr. J. H. Bates, newspaper advertising agents at f*rk Bow (Times building) ft ew Vork, ta authorized to CONTRACT ,f°r adyer dsamenis THE TNIBP*£»at our lowest rates. ,, Geo. P. Rowe A Co.^j-esrBpaper advertising agente 10 Spraco bt., New, York ate ant. orized to mwie contracts for this paper at oar lowest Of this paper may beteeaatt New Xork office. Chas. K. Miller & Co., newspaper advertising agenW. (Tribune building hlccgo, *uth°tr^~ •Cents to contract advertising for this pa^e at our lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIRECTOBY. CODBT OFFICIALS THIRD JCDIOIAL DISTBIOT. *TTTIOF —A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. Kbtbiot A.TTOBNZY.—J. A. Stoyoll, Bismarck. £. fir EKK —E. ti. Corey. Bismarck. DEPOT* U. S. MABSHAL.—MOX McKenrie, Bismarck. U. FL. OFFICIALS. U. A. Jjounsbe ry, jrosunasier. Dhas. M. Cushman. Deputy Col ector U. 8. Customs. Erank P. Btown, Deputy Colieotor Internal Kevenue. N. Corey, C. S. Commissioner. COUNTY OFFICIALS. COUNTY Cli^BK AND B-QI8XBB OF PEBDS.—John H. Ri...

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. — 6 August 1880

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Violets* Mar eyee—beauty of the spring, Where thy blossoms form a ring, Tallies come to dance and ring. TaMes come to sing and dance, Bo'tis told in old romance So yon may believe, perchance. Ton may watch and yon may wait At the circle long and late, Fairy forms you win not meet There's a fairy nearer by, Yon may find, if yon will try. Would you ask me how or44 why Loving words and gentle deed, Bowing good, like precious seed. Helping those who stand in need, Form the fairy's magic art, Form of fairy life a part, Train a fairy in your heart One Vulnerable Point* A stop in the room opposite. The lit­ tle girl stepped hastily away from the Bale, before -which she -was standing, and was gazing intently out of the -window. The door was opened and her mother entered. Have you been into the sugar-bowl again, Hattie?" she asked. "No, ma'am," replied the child, inno­ cently. But the chubby little, face, framed in the clustering ringlets of sun­ ny gold, was turned away, fo...

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. — 6 August 1880

XJEWSmFOTES. •as* **$ Ar^TheT3t. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani­ toba railroad has'been compiled to Wahpeton —The government made a profit last ,year of over $10,000,009 through the Coinage of silver —The Press and Dakotian this says the ©at crop of Yankton county is. light, being injured ly blight. Dr. Coe, the energetic and able editor ei the Valley City Times, has sold that paper, but remains in editorial charge for the present. —The Hoinestakc Company, Black Ilills, has paid,$557,000 dividends. The Dead wood $175,000. —The primaries are ordered in Law­ rence county for Aug. 14th and the county con­ vention for Aug. 21st. —Mr. Chambers, late of the Fargo Times, recently terribly injured by a runaway team,is likely to recover. —About a dozen Fargo people have l»nrchaped"lot8 and are building an elegant sum­ mer resort at Detroit Lake. —An excursion from Jackson and Marshall, Mich., will visit Fargo, Jamestown and Bianuirck about the lath. —The North Dakota -wheat crop will average t...

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. — 13 August 1880

NEWS-NOTES. —Judge Parsons, of St. Paul, is stricken With paralysis. —Paymaster Fowler recently died at FbrtWhipple Arizona.. —There was ten acres of Hunters Point, Yprk, in flames en Tnesday. —The wheat crop is short in Russia which means high prices in America^ Dan el Qerome was nominated by the republicans of Michigan for governor. —England refuses to remove the re­ strictions prohibiting the importation of cattle. —New Yerk flour dealers are asking congress for a law to prohibit gambling in Stain. Dr. Tanaer gained seven pounds within forty-eight hours after Ihe cenclasien oi his fast. •—Watermelony spectacle the Minneap •lls Tribune styles Dr. Tanner's feast following his fast. —The Tribune Bays Minnesota the arrivals at the Clark House, Duluth, number from fifty t» sey •nty-five daily. —George William Curtis has taken the stamp for Garflold. —Route agent Keeler, of the Southern line, eaught stealing registered let- ters, is now in jail. j, —H. H. Finljsy now figures in connec­...

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. — 13 August 1880

$& $ 7 h* j..* i& •Mi Ksm '.S*SSv#j i,' W^i ---s\ ?, WV.t ^9ET .CASTLE BYTHE -SEA* '^, BX, BOBEBT v. ixyrr. tlna^weriel thought that I was rich. Thevision of wealth seemed a great castle by the sea, adorned With the most beautiful drapery, the choicest statu­ ary, landscape paintings, model architecture, a mag nifioent library and all that was beautifnl and grand.) '..•»• 7^- v."y •,:••• I built me a castle By the deep-heaving eea, And the foam of its waters Was thrown over me I Ob! Fairyland summers Were bright in a dream, While I slept in my caetto— The castle marine. 1 n. Oh! castle marine, Thy beauties I see Of tapestried halls, All open to me 1 Oh! sculpture and art Oh 1 punting BO rare, Was ever Buch seen In delicate care? m. The castle marine In a dream came to me, On a great golden coast Of beautiful sea, Where my ship came in, AH laden with gold— The Wealth of the Indies, And the world all untold! My castle was built By a loud-sounding'seL Where the foam of its wate...

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. — 13 August 1880

"f^ TheOrare "tWfSI of Madison. :, The condition of the grave and monn ment of James Madison is quite in con­ trast -with that of Jefferson. The country seat of Madison is Montpelier, in Orange county, Va., about four miles from Or­ ange Station, on the Virginia Midland railroad, and about sixty miles from Mon ticello. Some minutes before the grand old mansion is reached, the granite obe­ lisk over Madison's grave is visible through the fields half a mile to the right of the house. It is located in a large field and inclosed with a substantial brick wall, quite 100 feet square and five feet in height. On the east there is a small, plain iron gate, with the words in iron letters: HADIBOX, 1820. On the shaft, which is a graceful one. twenty feet high, resting on a jedestal of four pieces, there is no other inscrip­ tion than this, in large, plain, sunken letters on the width of the shaft at its base.. MADISON, BORN MABCH 18, 1751. The date of his death, though he died at 85, is not cu...

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. — 13 August 1880

x*V. r\ V~V Sfte Btisnnarcli Mutt*. BY O. A. iTOUNSBKRRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'WBEKLTi Oae Tear, $281 Six Months. Three M»Bths 1 75 ADVERTISING R^TES. Local and foreign business notices. 10 cents h»or Hne, of.Nonpareil' type, each insertion. Ten •lines to the."inch. ... Professional lcsrds, 'ftfur lices-or 'less, $10 tper anram./ Advertisement* in'coldmn of "Wants," "For Sals." "For Bent, "etc..,-HKcents -per line each 'insertion. Legal' Notices'at" i-'e"go7£t*statute rates. •rifinal poetry 81.piHWtfe. For contract ratcsDr-dti^lliay advertising apply at this office or sefrd^ftif-advertising rate card. RrELIGlOUB^SBRVlCES. JF«TH"DI8T CBOT&CH —Services every Sunday at fce City Hall.'at'll a.'tu*4nd 7'fp. m. Sunday Mhool immediately -after ^morning service. Prayer meeting evfefy Thurs lay evening at TJOP. M- -J. M.-BULL, Pastor. iJ*trasBYTKKiAH'CvOBAirr—Sunday service at 11 a. m.incf8:OOp.iin.,sSt.,Paul time. All are 1B vited seatsf'ife'e. ^teday school immediately afte* mo...

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. — 13 August 1880

LAND NOTICE. Notice of Final Proof LAND OFFICE at Bismarck, D. T.. July 15, MJ80. Notice is hereby giyea that the follow iae named settler hu filed aotice of hla intea tlon to make inal proof in support of Ms home­ s' stead claim, No, 39, and secure final entry thereof on the fourteenth day of August, Wn. A. Bentley, for the S. W. of Sec. 36, T. 139, R.79. and names the following as his witnesses, Tleigh. T!Z: W. E. White. J. C. Brown, Chas. Armstrong and J. Miller, all of Burleigh county, P.-.O. Bismarck, D.T. JOMKA. RXA, 8-18* Register. IVotteo of Contost. "T"T" S. LAND OFFICE, Bismarck, D. T., July |_J 21st, 1880. Complaint having been enter­ ed at this office by J. P. Mtfntaart against Jesse J. Brown for failing to comply with the law in his tree-claim entry, No. M, dated Jan. Si, 1878, uoon the N. of N.E. 4, flection t8, Township 139, Range 78, in Burleigh County, D. T., with a Yiew to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby sum­ moned to appear at this offi...

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. — 13 August 1880

TRIBUNE AGfcNTS. Ohu. PEFUTT. U. 8. OF THE ALDEBMES.—VV. XiOaVB-fOr -sr TBIBOKB, oar toweet rates. _• .. "'. Geo. P. Bowell G6.r3j»enspftper advertising agenta 10 Bpruce St., New York are antporized to mak» contract* forthis pap6r *f onr lwreBt_rat©s._ A. mo of this paper mar Be see (Tribune Duuaingji tmcwu, *»*.». •gents to contract advertising tor this pape at our lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIBEOTOBY. COTJBX OFFICIALS THIBD JUDICIAL DISTBICT. 5TOOB.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, t). T. BIBTBIOR ATTOESEY.—J. A. StoyeU, Blamarck. DLEBK.—E.*i. Corey, Bismarck. MACSHAL.—Alex McKonzie, Bismarck. U. S. OFFICIALS. Peter Mantor, Register, U. 8. Land office, 6 A. iiounsberry. Postmaster. Chas M. Cashman. Deputy Collector U. 8. Customs. Prank P. Brown, Depot Collector Internal Revenue. §). N. Corey, U. S. Commissioner. COTJST* OFFICIALS. OOTOTX CLBBK AND lUGISTKB OF DEEDS.—John .11. Richards. BEBIFF.—Alexander McKenzie. COOKTT TUEASOBER.—W. B, Watson, ffofimt OF PBODATB.—Emer N.Corey BUFEBnrCENDEKT OF D...

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. — 13 August 1880

igr** & T^— *KTv- -.„ Standing where fin Unk winds whistle itc* Bound her pmftUjaril fragile form .'.-. *rmii within torn guments nestle, s,y -j Standing there at nifht and morn a Pity beaming from their eye ^Others cast a frown upon her, Heeding not the plaintive cry: £3jc' Hundreds passing by unheeding, 'Cept to jostle her adde. fr^ There, with bare feet cold and bl«eding, She in tones of anguish cried J., "Mister! Plesee give me a penny, For I've not got any pa— Please, sir, give me just one penny I want to boy some bread form CHOBTJ8. .• While we beg for those with plenty, Ana for them to as unknown, We'll not forget our little "Barefoot®," They are heathens nearer home. Hailing thus each passing stranger As they hurriealy went by, Some would turn and gaze upon her, I must have some bread for mother Or with hunger she trill die. Mister 1 Please give me a penny, For I've not got any pa Please, sir, give me Just one penny— I want to buy some bread for m* I" CHOBUB, While we be...

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. — 13 August 1880

LOCAL LEAVES, •VHm From the Tribaae Bep«rter'i Note-Boole. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street A»a Fiaher drives the faatest delivery nragon in the city.' Com grown on Dr. Porter's claim by J(jr. J. F. Wallace, is BOW folly *ipe. The Scandinavian editors all attended 4tie Opera House and laughed ugtil their •ides were sore. Mr. Tully, the tailof, is now located at ^98. Main street, where he will continue to turn out fine suits. Tl*e second story of the jail is almost ^completed. The contractors are adver­ tising for more bricklayers. Joshua lUgers enjoys ,a flourishing it-ad* at his up town sample room. He eeps none but choice goods. The Key West, Western and Black Hills of the Coulson Line, are freighting from Yankton to Fort Pierre. L. N. Griffin will look for other worlds -to conquer, like Joe Hare. He goes to Pierre to gather in the shekels. A new postoffice has been established -it 17th Siding called Clarke's Farm, and John I. Steen appointed postmaster. Another one of 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. — 20 August 1880

j#' I 1/ i-jf. «Mf- -t i* •»-. ."' '•J& I:'/ —BehatorConkl in takes tlie stump for Garfield early in September. '—-'Col. Ingersoll is doing neble work for the partyinNew England. —Grant will not take any notice of McDonald's pretended .whiskey ring disclosures. Dr. Mary Walker has abandoned the bloomer apparel and now appears in full male attire. —Nebraska Democrats anil Green back­ ers have fused and have divided up the state ticket. —A Republican majority of 60,000 is predicted in Pennsylvania by well informed .persons —Col. Donan:wlll deliver the opening address at the editorial meeting in Minneapolis, Oc­ tober 5th. —Adelaide Neilson died suddenly in Paris on Saturday last. Investigation may prove poison. —The import of gold from foreign countries last y&ar in excess of exports amoun­ ted to $77,000,000. —There is trouble in Ireland. The Irish arc in rebellion—over 300,000 in arms and England is defied to do its worst. —Clias. Johnson, of Minneapolis, has given Ilamlin U...

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. — 20 August 1880

S^J^, ^LOMHSOB FOB HOME. 85^HSS£toSi?^5SI^i»- inniHnir only the bcPMleB can long, .. TbllitMof yorotothiBlullaby«oog •:-••. .*• 5?o aee my young sisters, In jnnocentjgtee, At play with their dolls Or. with my wild brother, to wads in the stream That glided close by 'neath the son's living gleam Or to launch tiny ships, and send them to sea, Am eager as Captain and sailor could be. Fm fonging, I'm longing, for an the loved scenes 93iat ooine when the shadow of night intervenes, .and silently, vigils o'er the wanderer keep. A« the old beeches tree softly murmurs in his home-dream steep, Oh, honrs of wild rapture! breathe on me the spell brings me those pleasures with which I would dwell, And give me the pinions of fancy to fly To the home of my childhood, and there'let xna ale. Oh, stranger! whose bark is at rest on the sea That foams in wild fury and chaos "round me, tight up your bright beacons of love, BO the boat Hay safely roach harbor, though fiercely storm* tossed. For love is ...

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. — 20 August 1880

-v- THE BOYS IN BLUE. iter Campaign' Ifrwfc- 4dta AMnM to Soldiers and Sallera*. SAfl will be seen by the correspondence given below, the organization of the Boys in Blue" is to be once more placed in active operation PATE. Aug. 31, 18C5 Mar. 11,1877 .Tilly 1, 1880. In MANITOU, CoL, July 21, 1880. OdL Drake DeKay, Adjutant General ''Boys in Blue," New York cihr: Pnbliah order telegraphed. In my opinion the best interests of the whole country, North and South, demand the success of the ticket headed by Garfield and Arthur. HEADQUARTERS UNION VETERANS' UNION,) •'BOYS IN BLUE," NEW YOKE, July 22,1880. General Orders, No. 1. 1. The member for each State of the National Committee of the Union Veterans' Union will at once proceed to organize the Boys in Blue" in their respective States to promote the elec­ tion of Gartield and Arthur. 2. The organizations of "Boys in Blue" will report to the department commanders in their respective States. By order of U. S. GRANT, Commander-in-Chief "Boy...

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. — 20 August 1880

Ifrtiismardt gribunc. L3'Y C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNfe SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WEEKLT, One Yw, $2 50 Six Montlre. 1 50 Tiirerf Month* 75 -AlJYERTrSlIsXi KATIES. "Local and foreign business "notices, 10-cents ftcr l"De, of Sonpurofl type, oaohSnsertien. Ten iliue# totbe iirdh. ProfessloWfl 'cards, ?fo»tfr Sfltfos or less, $10 9»er anuum. *._«•»- -n Advertisements in coInWii ,®k ^Sv'Hnt?, For Sale." "For Bent," etc.. 40 8er line each fenserfitm-. Legal notices at regnlat^ttftmtiftctfees. Original poetry $1 per line For contract rateeofdh^ayaawr'tising apply :*tthis office or send JariadvertfesiiHg rate card. .RE.L*GK*US -SEiRVJCiES. Jtf#TH»tfiStr OWDBOII.—SeryiooB werj Sunday at the City Mall,'fttaa o.iin anfi^ :p. m. flunday achool immediately after morning service. Praver meeting cvecy Thursday evening at 7.30 p. m. -J.. M. -BULL, Pastor. JPKESBTTBBIAK OflesK®.—Sunday service at 11 a. in.»ivd-8:00l|.«in.k^t.(Baud ofiice .time. All are in­ cited BOtfts^MJfc. sSujwftft-y school immediately...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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