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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 August 1880

•/:«-T I.AIVD NOTICS. DisMlntion of Co-partnership. TVTOTICE is hereby given that the partner IN Bhip heretofore existing under the firm name of Branagan & Mathews is this day by mut­ ual content dUsolred Peter Branagan to pay all compaay debts and collect all monies due the said Aim. Dated Ang-16,1880 L1880. JAMES MATHEWS, 1547* PBTEU BRANAGAN. TT S. LAND OFFICE at Bismarck, D. T., July (J 18th, 1880. Complaint having been en­ tered at this office by Frederick N. Downs against Joseph A. Branthover for abandoning his home­ stead entry No. 58, dated Jane 5,1878, npon the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of SCfitWn 34, Township 139, Range 79, in Burleigh County, D. T.. With a view to the cancellation of eaid entry: the said parties arc hereby sum­ moned to appear at this office on the 18th day of September, 1880. at 10 o''clack a. m., to respond ana furaish testimony concerning Baid alleged abandonment. JOUNA EA, Register, EDWARD M. BBOWH, Receiver, 13-17 Notice of Final Proof- ...

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. — 20 August 1880

I **u&* %.'• TRIBUNE AGJJiNTSw —o. -Mr. J.H. Bates, new*paperadTerfclaii^a*«ntj at Park Bow (TlmSTbulld ln*) York, to utboriaed So oontr&ct for advertisements in THE TARS ore, •or towMt rates. ... Geo. P. Bowe.l & Co., "e*spap«r advertising **en«» 10 8prnfe St., New York are authorized to make contracts for this paper at oar lowest rates. A me •f this paper may be nh«a K. Miller eeeo at tbe New lork office. & Co., OfTiOIAL DIBEOTOBY. COURT OSTIOIALS TNIBD JUDICIAL 1HSTBIOT. fUDOE.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. DISTBIOT ATXOKNEY.—J. A. Stoyell, Bismarck. OtEKK.—E. JN. Corey, Bismarck. DEFUXT. V. S. MABSHAIJ.—AIJX McKenzio, Bismarck. XT. 8. OFFICIALS. E. J3. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M. U. S. A., Depot Q. M. Beo. S Grimes, 1st Lieat. officer In charge TJ.ti.Mil.TeL fe. M. Brown, ltecelver U. S, Land office. Peter Mantor, Register, U. S. liana office. O. A. Loansbe ry, Postmaster. Chfta, M. Oashman. Deputy*Collector U. 8. Customs. Prank P. Brown, Deputy Collector Internal Beveaue...

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. — 20 August 1880

A'-* l"' ^r A fiEITLG CHILD MEADS. Ttiewind was blowing load and shrill, The clouds were coming fast 'TheboomingthunderbodingflJ. ft' h«j reached the church wlut And crouching 'neath the entry-porch, •With eyes made large with wonder—. A truant child sought refuge there, And feared the deafning thunder. Ilie wind was blowing high and loud, Had thrown the ancient steeple The flood that poured from'the wrathful oioud Alarmed the devout people A silent prayer rose from each, And hearts beat quick with wonder And parted lips, too white for speech, As our Bt the deafning thunder. A song wee heard in the lull of storm (To me'it still is ringing) From 'neath the ancient entry-porch,: We heard a small voice singing: "Though a little child I be, Still my Maker cares for me And to Eim alone IH raise Hymns of joy and songs of praise.'' The pastor bowed him where he stood, Said: "Thanks for the trust of babes—for the eong Which quickens our faith in the infinite God, And comforts this troubled ...

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. — 20 August 1880

LOCAL LEAVES. 'HhM Vnh the Tribune Beptrlcr'a NOte-Book. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Maia street Monday's rain amounted to one and -sixty-live hundredths inches. Reeds Gilt Edge Tonic gives perma neut relief in all choleric disordeis. Alike McLear has been appointed dep uly U.S. marshal, an office with which he is perfectly familiar. Rev. J. G. Miller is again at work holding services at stations betwee» Jamestown and Bismarck. Tommie Mullen, of Minneapolis, genial decoctor of fluid extracts, graces the bar of the Sheridan House. Are we to have another brass band, or are we not That's what some of our young men would like to know. Emmerson, of the Sheridan, has the corner on about 800 bushels of oats, raised on the sod on his suburban farm. The Bismarck stage company have fifteen mowers and sixty-three men put ling up hay on their Fort Pierre line to ithe Hills. Henry Dion has been in town all this "week purchasing stock for his establish­ ment on the extension. Henry is an old .,...

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. — 27 August 1880

A A 1 NEWS-NOTES. —Eureka, Nevada, had a million dol­ lar fire a few days ago. —Postmaster-general Mavnard. entered upon his duties Wednesday. -—Minneapolis .lias a horse named •/'Tanner" in order to make him •'fast.'1 —During the past decade Minneapolis has increased in population 190 per cent. —Llewellyn, the detective, was acquit­ ted on account of killing Curley, the road agent. Verdict meaning, of course, that it served him right. —Dr. Tanner's prodigous appetite has advanced the price of watermelons three dol­ lars per hundred. His cook struck for higher wages last week. —Cable reports state that the Russian crop this jear is the worst since 1873. The Egyptian cotton crop will be over 22,000,0 0 pounds short this year. —President Hayes left Washington yesterday for a trip across th* continent,' He will make an extensive visit along the Pacific «oast before returning. —On Tuesday night, at Fort Pierre, a row occurred in a dance house between two bor dar characters, known as "Te...

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. — 27 August 1880

1 V* \ik 3%. I^ViS »»w A %myf-* )&• Xs-'~ c?'S-v-.=f•^ r. JbMed page, old itaincri and blurred, foimd within your book tost night* 1 did not read the dim, dark -word I ^}^\v't/»_\ saw in the slow-waning light So pat it back and left it there, As if in truth I did not carls, y/ r^-: jUi 1 we have all a folded leaf. That In Time'a book long ago If leave a half relief Falls on vi when we hide it so, We fold It down, then turn away And who may read that page to-day? Hot you, my child nor you, my wife, Who ait beside my Btndy chair For all have something in their life That they, and they alone, can bear— A trifling lie, a deadly sin, something bought they did not win. My folded leaf! how blue eyes gleam And blot the dark-brown eyes I see! And golden curls at evening beam Above tho black locks at my knee, Ahmel that leaf if folded down, And aye for me the locks are brown* And yet I love them who sit by, My best and dearest—dearest flow. They may not know for what I sigh, What brings t...

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. — 27 August 1880

8IX3.TBEW AWD SIXT*«- .' Offrandraa sits In her oaken A^hr And ia Olos Bessie with tangled hair. I'm tfalnsz to be married, O grandmamma! Itogotog to be married! Ha,:hal ha, ha!" -q grandma smooths oat her apron-string: "Do you know, my dear, 'tis a solemn thing?" Tia eolemner not to, grandmamma. I'm going to be married. Ha, ha 1 ha, ha 1" Then grandma looks through her sixty years, And sums up a woman's hopes and fears: 8Jx of'em living and two of'em dead Grandpa helpless and tied to his bed. Nowhere to live when the house burned down Years of fighting with o!d Mother Brown •Stockings to darn and bread to bake, i. Dishes to wash and dresees to make. Bat then the music of pattering feet, Grandpa's kisses so fond and sweet, 8ong and prattle tho livelong day, Joy and kisses and love ^lway. 'O grandma smooths out hor apron-atring And garas down at lier wedding-ring, And still she smiles as she drops a tear: Tig aolemner not to! Yee, my dear I" How a Married Woman (toes to Sleep* There ...

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. — 27 August 1880

MT Armstrong Burleigh Barnes !?ou Hoiume Ifrookiugs Jicule Clay •t'.sss (Ouster •Charles Mix Ktemarck Ivtbutic. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: W'EEKLT, Yenr. $2 50 Six Months, 1 50 "fl-hree Months 75 .ADVERTISING KATES. I ocnl flu'I foreign business notices, 10 ccnts HT line, of Nonpareil type, cach insertion.. Ten riincs to. the inch Professional -cards, four lines or less, §10 •••pur annum. Advertisements in column of ants, tfor Sale," "For-Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each ^insertion. Le^nl nofrces^rft :racrularr statute rates. »ricina.l poocr-y^l jyer line. For con'dffplay advertising apply at this ofticewtaerdl tfaradvertising rate card. ItEi'UEGXOfnS SERVICES. TIIIIDIST CitiPHOH..—Services every Sunday at ifce City Hall, »t-El-.a, an and? p. m. Hnnday school inraiedimtely after .morning seryice. Praver meeting -every Thursday evening at 7.80 p. m. J- M. BULL, Pastor. JI'itBSBYTEniAN'CirtntCH.—Sunday service at 11 «. m.and 8:00 p. in.., St. I'aul time. All a...

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. — 27 August 1880

LAND NOTICE. Dissolution of Co-partnerslii 51. "OTICE is hereby given that the partner Bhip heretofore existing under the firm bameorBranngan & Mathews ie this day by mut­ ual N" consent dissolved Peter Branagan to pay all company debts and collcct all monies due the caid firm. Dated Aug 16.1880 JAMES MATHEWS, 15-17# PETKU BRANAGAN. ry S. LAND OFFICE at Bismarck, D. T., July 181b, 1880. Complaint having been en­ tered at rliis office by Frederick N. Downs against Joseph A. Bracthover for abandoning hi home­ stead ertry No. 58, dated June 5,1878, upon the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Scction 84, Township 139, Range 79, in Burleigh County, D. T.. with a view to the cancellation of sa'd entry: the said parties are hereby sum­ moned to appear at this office on the ISth day of September, 1880. at 10o'clock a. m., to respond aid furaish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. EDWARD M. BROWN, Receiver, 13-17 rpERRITORY OF DAKOTA, Couuty of Bar -L leigh. In District Cou...

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. — 27 August 1880

^mf^K 5?*3- -..' TRIBUNE AGENTS. lb. J. H.~ Bates, newspaper advertising agents at Park Bow (Times building) '-f-ew York, Is authorized to contract for adver.lsemeots in THK TEIBCSE, at •:Oar lowest rates. .. Geo. P. Kowe 1 & Co.,-ewepaper adTertlib^w nta 10 Spruce at,. New York are ant orized to make contracts for this paper at oar lowest rates. A flle Of this paper may be»eenatt New or Chas. K. Miller A Co .newspaper advereteiag agente. (Tribune building hicago. 111., re authorised igeuts to contract advertising for ihw ?& at loves', rales. OFFICIAL DIRECTOR £. Co O UT OFFICIALS THIBD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JUVOK.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo, D. T. Dib-TUKTC ATXOitKEi".—J. A. btoyeil,.BiS!iiare!£. OJuEuK.—E. A. .Corey, Bismarck. rPPTT'I Y. U. S. BiASHHAL.—dl McEenzift, IT. 8. OFJFLCI&LS. ft. B. Kirk, Capt., A. Q. V. oi 8. A., Depot Q. M. Seo. S Urlme.', 1st Lieut, officer la charge U.b.Mil.Tel. K. M. Jiro#n, lteceiver i. H, Iaad office. Peter Mantor, Register, V. S. li»ad office. ...

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. — 27 August 1880

Is Chance Snpwnwl -IT BT DB» AMBB08E DAW8. it onee there stood a chaos flood, And time oonrsed not dmrnally, And beam of light boundleue nlgV Waaordered not etipernally, And then, be cause no llfe-palse vr&» Or heart that throbbed paternally, Di,i chance ordain that sncb domain Should not exist eternally? 80 then devise the vaulted skies. And draft the heavenly canopy With diadems of glittering gems To sparkle in its panoply? Drape the clouds in vapory shroud* To wave in matchless majesty, An«i string the lyre of Nature's choir To chant its hallowed minstrelsy? Wield the power in that same hour To reach throughout infinity. And bold in place through boundless ep&ce, The wonders that have entity? Command and cause all Nature's law* To blend in perfect harmony, With aH to chime through endless time Lthe sweet and sacred psalmody? If we refleot, dope expect That Chance will shape our destiny, Leaving a pall thrown overall Of dismal doubt and mystery? Does smiling Spring no tidi...

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. — 27 August 1880

LOCAL, LEAVES. "Xo^n From tlie Tribune Reporter's Npte-Boolc. 'Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. |Where! oil, where!! is the Bismarck band? There was frost in northern Iowa last week. None yet in Northern Dakota. The Argus says the North Pacific boys were last week paid off in gold. All diseases arising from a disordered stomach yield at once to Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic. Rev. A. J. Yeater will hold Episcopal service next Sunday, and' untilfurther notice, at 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. Mrs. Goff will return from her sum mer trip east and will resume her classes in music, at her residence on Main street. McKmney, the Third street barber, took UDto himself an additional rib last Monday evening, and is accordingly liappy. A bridge instead of a tunnel has been ••determined upon at the Bismarck cross­ ing »f the Missouri. Substantially at the present crossing. The building adjoining W. B. Thurs­ ton & Co.'s, formerly occupied by Ku pitz, is being fitted up in very handsome style for a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 September 1880

aife t&r t^fbjjs T"* Im*£ -, 7£?ew VOL. VIII. NEWS-NOTES. —The Prince of Wales carries $200,000 life insurance. —St. Julien made 2.11^ at the Charter Oak track, Hartford, Conn., last Friday. —Mark Boughtcn committed suicide Sturgis City, last week, on account of domes­ tic trouble. —Wm. Gay, sentenced to the house of correction, Detroit, for the killing of Floyd Forbes, has been pardoned by Gov. Ordway. —Ben Butler is now a full-fledged dem­ ocrat but declares he will accept no office for the ^next four years—not even governor of Massa­ chusetts. —A man calling himself Murphy, about thirty-five years eld, who claimed to be a horse thief and murderer, committed suicide at Fort Pierre last week, —Ouray, the chief of the Utes, left for •the happy hunting ground last week. Intelli­ gent Coloradians exclaimed, "Ouray,1' upon re­ ceipt of the news. —The Decorah Mine, Bald Mountain, ihas struck a five foot vein ot silver, yielding .$400 per ton. Rich silver mines are also being •opened...

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. — 3 September 1880

OUB YOUNG FOLKS. Merle* With Moral*. Mamma told a story, And it made me ciy— 'Cauae it had a moral, And was sad and dry— Dout a little sister She was fearful click 'Cause her little brother Hit her with a stick. Then his mother sent him To the medicine-store An* the Bister died 'cause He didn't come before. He was playin' marbles— Bavin' lots of fan! Course he oouldnt pass 'em Without shootin' one, When the boys all hollered, "Billy, take a shoot I" Course he couldn't 'member How he ought to scoot. B'poee it's cause I didn't Bring the med'cine quick To my little sister She aint very sick. But has lota of goodies— Oranges and such— Playin' with'her dolly, Guees she don't ache mnoh! Think 111 tell a story When my ma comes in, With a good, dry moral- How will I begin Once there was a a lady Had a little boy Wouldn't give him nothin' That he could destroy— Just one piece of pie or cake At a time he had, On account of stomach-ache! Want that mamma bad? Made him go to Bchool, too, Every s...

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 September 1880

THE MI88I88IPPI PLAN. How It Was Applied to a Greenback Orator. Tbo Bulldozers Bieai Up Hii OTeet iugm and Order Sim to Vacate That Region. [Washington Cor. Chicago Tribute.] Gen. Weaver is not the only Green backer who lias found that tha Demo­ cratic party Bonth is the party of big­ otry, intolerance and oppression that the Southern leaders still connect ener­ gy with murder, as they did when they were slaveholders still believe that there is no virtue except in violence, and that -the readiest way to convince a man of his error is to put him to death. Gen. Weaver has told his story, and now comes a not-less-distinguished Green backer, Mr. J. H. Randall, and tells his. It reads like one of the pages from that portion of our history the arguments of which consist of the hiss of the scourge, 1he bark of the pistol, and the clash of the bowie-knife. Mr. Randall has been campaigning for the Greenback ticket in Alabama and Mississippi, along the Alabama line. The National View, the Nat...

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 September 1880

»«*—. §W 8lje itemortk irilmnc. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION KATES: ^"ekxly, One Year, $2 iO Six Mouths, 60 Thrc«s Months 7o advertising rates. Local and foreign business notices, 14) cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch Professional, cards, four hues or less, S10 per ADDUiHt Advertisements tn column of *Wants, "For Sale," "For Rent,"«tc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Legal noti.ccs at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry $1 per line. For contract ratesof display advertising apply Ht this office or send lor.aavertismg rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, .METHODIST CHURCH— Serw©«? every Sun­ day in the new-church on stihswi'eet. at a. m. anclTp. m. Ounday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Wednesday evening at the parsonage at 7 .30 p. m. J- W- Btjlx. Pastor. .'Pkesbyterian Church.—'Sunday service at 11 ». m.and 8:00 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately al'tc moraine...

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 September 1880

IHssolution of Co-partnership. ~\~ROTICE ig hereby given that the partner JN ship heretofore existing under the firm name of Branagan & Mathews is this day by mut­ ual consent dissolved: Peter Branagan to pay all company debts and collect all monies due the -said fi rm. Dated Aug 16,1880 TT S. LAND OFFICE at Bismarck, D. T., Aug. l_J 18th, 1880. Complaint having been en­ tered at this office by Frederick N. Downs against Joseph A. Branthover for abandoning hi home­ stead entry No. £8, dated June 5,1878, upon the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 84, Township 139, Range 79, in Burleigh County, D. T.. with a view to the cancellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby sum­ moned to appear at this office on the 18th day of September, 1880. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and fnrHieh testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. Notice of Final Proof L1880. AND OFFICE at Bismarck. D. T., Aur. 3i Notice is hereby given that the follow­ ing named settler has tiled ...

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 September 1880

S-'-t TRIBUNE AGENTS. Mr. J. H. Bates, newspaper advertising agents at Park How (Times bnilding) New Vork, is authorized to contract for advertisements In THE THIBO'JC, at onr lowest rates. Geo. P. Bowed Cotje«spaper advertising agents 10 Spruce Bt., New York are anthonzed to make contracts for this paper at onr lowest ratea. A file of this paper may be seen at tbe New\ork office. Chas. K.. Miller & Co., newepaperadvertisingagents^ (Tribune building), thlca«o, 111., »re authorized agents to contract advertising for this pape at our lowest rales. 'V OrFIOIAX, DIRECTORY. COURT OFFICIALSTHIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. ODGK.—A. H. Barnes, Fargo. D. T. __ OisTJRiCT TTftiiVKY.—iT. A. Stoycil, Bismarck. CI.EBK.—E. ii. Corey, Bismarck. DEPUXI. U. S. MAIISHAII.—Alex McKenzie, Bismaick. T7. 8. OFFICIALS. B. if. Kirk. Oapt., A. Q. M. U. 8. COUNTY OFFICIALS. 0OUNTT CLKEX AND BIGISTELT OF DEEDS.—John 11. Kiohardi. gOUNTT ERiFF.—Alexander McKenzie. TREASUKKR.—W. B, "Watson. JUDGE OF PBOBATE.—Emer N....

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 September 1880

HISTORY. Tie «an 14 44 Francisco Vigilance Committee of 1856. At the time of the organization of the Committee of Safety" of *56, San Francisco was in a desperate condition. The worst elements of society had pos­ session of the Government, and respect­ ability was at a discount. Taxes were $4.84 on the $100, with an ever-increas­ ing and alarming indebtedness. Elec­ tions began after the polls were closed. The Judges of the courts were elected by the people, and the candidates who pot out the most money were returned as elected. There was no remedy but in revolution. James King, banker, had commenced the publication of the Evening Bulletin, devoted to reform. Clear-headed, brave even to rashness, he did not hesitate to •peak of things as they deserved, and his paper at once leaped into popularity and success. Having an ample field, he exposed corruption wherever he found it. The Government of the city was a dual one—that is, there was a city Board of Aldermen and a Council, and also...

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 September 1880

fe LOCAL LEAVES. Torn From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. The windows for the new Methodist church have arrived and are in position. City Marshal Jack Waldron's little child, aged about seven months, died yes 4prday. The best and purest medicine in the market for mountain fever is Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic. Mandan raised sixiy dollars toward ex­ hibiting the agricultural products of Burleigh County at the Minneapolis fair. Mi. P. R. Barrett is now keeping a pop ular hotel at Bismarck. E. H. Barret is Jielping the county clerk extend the tax rolls. One hundred and eighty recruits ar­ rived Monday night from Snelling to re­ inforce the 7th at different posts on the fiver. The quartermaster's department ship­ ped six car loads of lumber t© Fort Lin­ coln, Wednesday, to be used in repairing 4he post. Charley Kupitz is again made happy by the returns. This time if is a girl. T£Tie young lady fil§d her homestead claim last Monday. Mr. 0. S. Reed,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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