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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 October 1880

1 '~. rf i'-W^WiK" VOL. VIII. i™ 1 —John Haggait, J. H. Hanson, and oth ctrs, have been re-nominated for the offices now held by them in Cass county, —The Black Hills will produce 70,000 bushels of wheat this year. The Spearfish mills pay $1.50 per bushel for it. The grain is No. 1 and extra No. 1. —The application for an injunction to prevent the Manitoba road from reaching Fargo has been denied and the new road will reach Fargo this fall. —The snow storm or blizzard which gave to some portions of Minnesota eighteen inches of snow, extended as far east as Illinois and as fur south as Iowa. —The great October snow storm reached to the itud River valley on the east and covered the Blacic lliila and Yellowstone regions, but the Missouri river valley escaped entirely. :—The Indian agent and his pals who turned freighter Jackson over to the Indians in Colorado to be murdered in retaliation forsome alleged crime against the Indians, have been ar­ rested aiui are now in jail, chargcd with...

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. — 22 October 1880

XNT HEABT CAN NE'ER CROW OLD. B* MBS. NANNIE STEELE SIOOEE. Upon this heart of xftine. 1 There is a beauty in all nature, That lives and glows for me A tint of Heaven's own colore, In everything I 6ee A sketch of heavenly grandeur, Touched by a hand divine, That sheds its holiest radiance 1 Each loved flower that ehcds its fragrance In garden, field or grove— The grand old trees that spread their boughs To shade the path I rove Song-birds that merrily carol A happy, gladsome strain, Awaken in this heart of mine The joys of youth again. The mirthful gleams of youth's bright eyes, That sparkle with delight, Illuminate its hidden depths With their reflecting light And the silvery pealiRrf laughter That ring upon the air Vibrate along its corridors, 1 To'find an echo there. "When the sounds of music over My soul in rapture pour, And I hear my gay heart dancing, As in the days of yore, Keeping time with the glad measure Of each enlivening strain— They tell me—joyfully tell me My heart ia...

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. — 22 October 1880

ip»rtp® W Continued from second page. that the South was the Democratic partand this seemed odd when it was remembered that the population of all the lately-seceded States represented only 15 per cent, of the people of the United States. He had been at­ tacked for making this statement by a Democratic paper, which chose to regard it as an outrage. Hut this was a matter of business, and the question being to what party the country should be turned over. He claimed the right to inquire into the position, aims and hopes of the party which now sought the control of the nation. While the South represented but 15 per cent, of the total pop­ ulation, it represented 7 per cent, of the as­ sessed valuation of the American people. It controlled both houses of Congress, and was now endeavoring to make its control complete. [A voice—" They can't do it.''] They would do it, too, unless on the 2d of November a consti­ tutional majority say no. [A voice—"We are going to."] I hope you will," said S...

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. — 22 October 1880

jpf..iW' •u'?\- £#ii s7: llVIr LOUNSBERRY. I E S S I I O N A E S WEEKLY* One Year, $2 SO Six Months. 1 Three Months "0 ADVERTISING RATES. Local anrl foreign business iioticcs. lO cents por line, ]»f Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 1,1Advertisements in column of "Wants," "For Sale," "For Reiit,'1 etc., 10 cents per line each "i^gal'notices at regular statute rates. Ordinal poetry $1 per line: „„„i„ Y»t Contract rates of display advertising apply ,.f tliis Office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D. T,, FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1880. For Delegate to Confess, I KAMI R. PETI'IGBEW. For Territorial Council johu F. Wallace. For Territorial Legislature, £. P. Well* For Disirict Attorney, Ball REPl'BIilCAS COUXTY TICKET. For K.herifl 0gcAE wABD. For Register or Deeds— W. C. SMODGKABS. For Treasurer— H. CT.CO\ KENDALL. For Supt Schools— JUSTUS BBAGO For Coronor— VV. A. BKNTLBT. For Assessor— WM. W OOBH. For Prolate Judge— DAVID STEWART^ For ...

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. — 22 October 1880

**&msr*«*- 1 1 I P|fcrr5M-^ -.'••:• (Advertisement.) IHE! IN DEPENDENTS. Aidreas to Tax Payers tion Foi sheriff P. F. Malloy register if deeds, V» in. C. Snodgrais treasurer, 2.1. P. fcjiatieiy judge ot probate, F.J. Call superewteiuient of public instruction, Jus­ tus Bragg coroner, Dr. Win. A. lientiey county surveyor, Geo. Kecd assessor, John Gannon county commis&ioneis, 1st dis tiict YV. A. Iloliembaek 2d district, J. YV. Millet oil district, C. W. Freede jus­ tices of the peace, John Whalen, Bis­ marck Thos. Bush, Maudan \Vn:. Mer­ cer, Painted Woods constables, M. Aic Lear, Thos. Welch, M. Farrell. Geo. Khude. The committee invite the atten­ tion of all the property holders of Bur­ leigh county to the favorable considera­ tion ol the above ticket, and ask the sup port and vote ofali citizens in order that the same may be elected. J. G. MALLOY, J. P. Gannon, M. P. SliATTEKT, 1 W S 5 .* aid Nomina­ of County Ticket. To the Tax Payers of Burleigh County: There lias been 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. — 22 October 1880

'-r$M 5 *T sessfej ®S TRIBUNE AGH.NTS. Mr. J.H. BatM, mmpaper advertising ««t it 'ark Row (Times balldlng) New York, to authorized to contract for adrertiaemente la THE TBTBUXZ, at onrlow—t rates. Geo. P. Bowell & Co..pe*»p»per advertising agents JO Spruce St., New fcork ate authorized to make contracts for this paper at oar lowest rates. A file Of this paper may DO seen at the New York office- Ohas. K. Miller & Co., newspaper !5SHOKOFMandan, THE Edgeriy, IFAYOB.—George OF OBIS.—Leave advertising agents (Tribune building), Chicago, W.t are authorized agents to contract advertising for this pape at_ou* lowest rates. OFFICIAL. DIBEOTCEY. COUBT OFTIOIAI.B THIBD JTOIOIALDISTBIC*. BbDUrck. SSESBS^ASX COUNTY OF71CXAI.9. COUNTY CLIRK AND BEGIBTKB OF DEEDS.—John H. Richards. BEBIFF.—Alexander McKenile. COUNTY TBEASUBEE.—W.B, Watson, JUDGEOF PBOBATE.—Emer N. Corey. •UPERINTENDKN'TOF POBLIO SCHOOLS.—-J. OUNTYJ.A. SUBVEYOR.—G. w. Thompson. CBONOB.—John Qulnlan. OUOTY A88ESSOB.—P. Mallo...

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. — 22 October 1880

'A 4*1^*' S'V 5^1, *i it ^w" I S&I W $ 1 ^**"V y- mv.j.W1'1" -N Spending all its life. As I stand beside it Oomea.a thought of one (Falls a tear—I hide it) Patient as the sun Was he ever, bearing Borrow silently All our pleasures sharing, With a childish glee Cheerful as a sunbeam, Tender, true and brave And a deathless halo Shines around his grave. •. '•', If no revelation Whispered from the sod But that form beneath it, I should trust in God. If no fight supernal To my soul wan given, His memory eternal 11 %*!.•*% WHITE RIVER. BY UBS. J. v. H. XOOH8* V-«rr»-- •winding through the forest, Gliding o'er the plain Sparkling in the sunshine, Laughing in the rain. Through the busy city, Through the fields of corn, Buns a rippling river, Beautiful as morn. Patient in its mission, Lonely though its course, Bering in its bosom Love's heroic force. All subdued and gentle, Overcoming strife, For the lives of others Were liiut enough of heaven. MUXCIE, Ind. Cousin EDWARD. How He Learned H...

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. — 22 October 1880

rn. », t- V^l .4? Wl!xl %?m •Vl Ife "SiSs iV j?*N LOCAL HEAVES. VK'%' Dunn & C6., druggists, 92 M^in street. Ye who have ulstors prepare to don I itliem now. The new stock yards are as fine as any sin the country. Hundreds are now coming to Dakota for their health. Capt. Maguirc will establish meridan -time at Fort Stevenson. Buffalo are now reported below •lcl .Fort Peck, on the Missouri. Ducks and geese, though plenty, are •not so abundant as last season Stock cattle are worth from $20 to $30 per head in Choteau county, M.. T. Capt. Nolan's company of the 7th Cav -alry, has been ordered to Fort Totten. The Criterian reports the marriage of Kittie Howe and Thomas Bush, both of Man dan. The Benton Record reports more rich placer gold discoveries in the Yogo dis­ trict. Fifteen sacks of mail arrive daily from the east for Bismarck and surrounding country. As doeth the crows hover about a corn­ field so likewise do men seek office in the fall time. Joe Dietrich weafs a smile of sa...

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. — 29 October 1880

W2U.V8^ 1 I 7 ii I a «l*i'5V ."w. 4.v •*•.•••..• '•.'•• •••'. •*•. •/'-0 •*. •. .• «*V^ ••. .-. «. •-:•••.' -. •t ^rr»Y. *. V-A N E W S N O E S —Sleigliing in Canada. —Sitting Bull will surrender next month. —Pools are selling in Chicago lO.to 8 in favor of Garfield. —Over 50,000 immigrants came to this country dnring last month. —Only 80,000 voters registered in Chi­ cago, and 8407 in St. Paul. —The Fargo Times talks of establish­ ing a democratic daily at Fargo. —St. Louis is to be re-censused by Prof. C. M. Woodward, of Washington University. —The first church society (Presbyter Ian) was organized in Miles City, M. T., last week. —W. D. O'Toole is running in opposi­ tion t® James II. Garlock for repre»entatire for 'Ouster comity, Montana. —An exchange remarks that English has lost the vice-presideucy but saved $99,000 of the $100,000 promised for the campaign. —Secretary Schurz makes the state­ ment ofhis belief that the Northern Pacific when completed will not only be of incalcu...

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. — 29 October 1880

&? y" ?£r *$ i\y b'Z I }!, W VI ?s mi It r.r-', v._ mm THIS OLD, OliD STOBY. BY rLDBOEBTB. do you 'write of the olden story, 'One so young and one so fair HM thy young heart seen aught of glory That love has brought?—and the end despair 1 Didst thou not know that no eyes were true, Tliat all were faithless, even the gray, And brown, and black, uie hazle and blue Were never constant, and will wander away? IX. Let me tell you a story of a flower fair That grew in the woodland quite, alone, A lily tall and fragrant and rare, A tropical beauty in a frigid zone. *Keath its stalk and under the leaves A vine grew up in Blender tendrils fine, And between the vine and lily breathes The Btory so olden and yet divine. m. At first they were, and looked askance, And the lily was pale in her haughty pride, While the vine was firm as Knight with lance, •Who cared for women only to deride. They struggled with fate as many do, Only to enhance with brighter smile, And at last with twining arms th...

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. — 29 October 1880

iffim (Written for The Cbioago Ledger.] THE "MlTTEIf.w BY a. W. KAXTOfr. I read your letter, Daisy— Bead it o'er and o'er It almost drove me crazy. Bat "111 tbink of thee no motet" It Is year wfeft, and, rarely, "A foolish love "Hk# mine, Born of fancy purely, Should never hope for thins. But, bless your goal! I coold not, Could not help it, dear But, knowing all, IH atrivi _J strive not Tofi died a single tear l" Bat, having loved sincerely, »Tis kind o'" hard to part Indeed, it wounds severely— Almost breaks my heart! Bat there's one consolation: The man you're going to wed li far below your station- Has the reddest kind of head I I hope you will be happy May children blees your homa— Have freckles, like their papa, And heads as hard to comb. Oo&tmniA, Mo. [Written for The Chicago Ledger.] THE DESAVIHS WIDDY." Mow Peter Mulxooney married Her* Some two years subsequent to my parting with Peter Mulrooney I chanced to fall in with him again in rather an mnexpected manner. Busines...

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. — 29 October 1880

%?C :mW *$faf •f •J 1 tr-T^ ©He issittavf It irtbune. W A. LOUNS&ERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WTOKLT, One Year, $2 50 Six Months. -l Three Months 1 SO 75 ADVERTISING KATES. Local tittd foreign business notice*, 10 vents •POR HUB, »f Nonpareil type each insertion. Ten -Jines to the inch Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 tper annum. •„•»«. Advertisements in column of "Warns, Sale," "Forwent," etc., 10 cents per line each linsortfon.. Legal notices at regular-statute rates. Ordinal poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display -advertising apply tit this office or send lor advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D, T., FRIDAY, OCT. -29, 1880. For Delegate to VBAWK It- PETSri«BKW. For Territoml OoftKcil, John F. Far Territorial Leg4S.luSurv E. P. Wells For Dis:rict Attorney., W Bail JftEPUBlilCAS COUXTY TICKET- For Sheriff— ®*CXR\\A KD* For Register ®f D«s«ts—• VF- G- SXWOGKASS F-oc TVeiwwMKt— H.. G, OaVKSNDALL. For Sapt- Schools— VVJI- MCCRORY. Fwr Ce*«aot— W. A. BENTLE...

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. — 29 October 1880

pi "f T,f %^GILT EDGE\^ Tonic THOROUGH REMEDY for disorders of the stomach, torpidity of th« llrei indigestion and diiiturbances of the animal force which debilitate, it has no eqnivalent, and can hay* no substitute. It shoald not be confounded with thi tritarated compounds of cheap spirits and essential oils, often sold ander the name of Bitters. FOR BALE BT DRUGGISTS, GROCERS AlfD WISE 3IER€II.OT8 Everywhere. Ga enic Medical Institute. Jv or by letter. 3STO Fee I 45 EAST THIRD ST. Address as above. SAIXT PAUL MIX*. Established 1861, for the cure of Private, Nervous, and Chronic Diseases, including Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Impotency, Syphilis, Gonor­ rhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Vari­ cocele, Hydrocele, Diseases of Womeni fcc. The Physicians of this old and reliable Insti tute specially'treat all the above diseases--are regular graduates—and guarantee a cure in every case undertaken and may be consulted person­ al Till DR. FELLER'S wW® Private MEDICAL DISPE...

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. — 29 October 1880

5 IRgfof fc'' & A jt ~J Hi*ft' F- tit® Iak TRIBUNE AGUOTS. ^S'^'^(^^bS5Sfr»w^^^^Krf«ed So contract for advertisements in .XHB TBIBDIIB, at "Q^OS^SIMII 4 Co.. newspaper SO Spruce St., New York are anthorfzedto mafca contracts for thia paper atonr Iggg&gte*. tt naner may oe seen at (he Mew xoric omoe. Ohas. -f-: ?jr S?MiUer A Co., newspaper advertising wnj* {Tribune building). Chicago, 111., ate authorised agents to contract advertising for this pape at^our lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIBEGTOBX. COUBT OFTIOIAM THIBD JUDICIAL DISTBICT. luno*.—A. H.Barnes, Fargo.D. T. bxSTBlOT &ITOBNR.—J. A. Btofsll, Bissiapok. OIJTBK.—E. N. Corey, Bismarck. _, DDUTX.V.B. MABSHAIJ.—Alex McKenxie, BUmarck. TJ. 8. OTHCXAU. i. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M.TJ. a A.. Depot Q. M. «o. 8 Grimes. 1st Lieut, officer In charge U.B.MU.TeL ML Brown, Beceirer V. 8, Land office. Mantor, Register, U. 8. Land office. srry.rostmaster. iman. Deputy Collector U. 8. Customs. I. A. Lounsberry, has. M. Oashman. rank P. Brow...

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. — 29 October 1880

THE SUM OF iEAMESS. Which Means the Doctrine of State •J Sovereignty, as Advocated by the Democracy, It Befdses a Man Protection at His Own Fireside, and Tells to Gto Away from Home if Ha Wants to be Pro­ tected. [Extract from Col. Robert G. Ingersoll's Bockford speech.] The great difference to-day between the Democratic and Republican .party is, that the Democratic party believes this is a simple con­ federation. The Democratic party believes in what we call State sovereignty, and the Repub­ lican party proclaims this oonntrytobe a na­ tion, one and indivisible. There is the differ­ ence. The South believes this is a mere con­ federacy, and they are honest they are willing to fight for it they are willing to fight for it now they are willing they are willing tc rise the shot-gon to. nphold it they are willing to use tissue ballots to sub­ stantiate it, and they believe it Now the ques­ tion with us is whether we will put a party in power knowing, as we do know, that the princi­ pal...

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. — 29 October 1880

#v m-- $f" li s- $*V* LOCAL LEA VMS, •^yPurm From the Tribune Beporter's Notc-Bo«k. ^O^/Diina & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. *¥'i'%/ Every hotel in the city was full yester tj^**day. ... Baby Mine coal is becoming very pop­ ular. The waim, spring like weather still continues. :/. Threshing is progress on President Hayes' farm. Over one hundred arrivals at the Mer­ chants yesterday. The clothiers have received a fresh stock of election goods. There will probably be not less than 1000 votes cast in Burleigh county this year. About fifty Bismarckers will be obliged to go out in the country to vote next "Tuesday. M. L. Marsh has piuchased the St. Louts store, tnd will lit it up for a first -class saloon. If every man votes once right he need -not alarm himself but that victory will •crown the day. The benefit to rs. Kelly, of Fargo, (widow of the late Conductor John Kelly, will net about $600. Don't wait until the last moment for •-election tickets. Get your orders in early .-and...

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. — 5 November 1880

1 Urn 'W VOL. VIII. He is Elected by an Overwhelming Ma­ jority. A Solid North Defies the Solid South Attampt to Overthrow the Government. The People, by their "Votes. Declare thai thev Want None of Use "SnjuTto" for President. Garfield Has 216 Electorial Votes to Hancock's 153—A Eepub­ lican Congress Probable. The ILocal Fight—Tiio Straight Deia ocratic Ticket Sleeted, and Bur­ leigh County Joins the Sol­ id Soiltli Pyramid* TE3E2 CJOH^'OSY gJ&FZ1. TKK CH"Tf.O©5i. REPUBLICAN ASSURANCES. (Special DUpui' ti to The Tribune.) ST. PAUL,, Nov. 4.—Later returns do,not materially change the figures which wore telegraphed yesterday. There seemed at first scarcely a doubt but that the repub­ licans had swept the field on both presi­ dential and congressional candidates but the latter is somewhat in doubt, although the next congress is claimed by the re­ publicans by eleven majority and the house by one. The democratic national committe, however, claim those by good working majority omitt...

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. — 5 November 1880

*if'p mi TP- Ufa JEAR. WMMOUM WIUIML Oh, to die, and I Boyoong I %hU will darling mother say? Ben the heart so cruelly wrung Help her, Jeeus, now I pray! You, my Captain, called me brave ••Brave Jean were the word* yon said. Xy heart beats proudly near (be grave. Teil It to mother when I am dead. Rfteen years—short space of life— When this young hero fell Mrst amid tbe bloody strife, Torn by a truant shell. 44 a friendly knee, iter and fainter comes his breath. Brave men crowd around to see A Southern soldier boy's death. He is dying near the camp-fire's glare, Bath given all he has to give. Gods of battle, could ye not spare One so young, so fit to live? The rough group stirred, murmuring low, Great God! alas, he i* gone!" Bevenge on those who dealt this blow We will mete ere day shall dawn. CABXERSBURO, W. Va. A STORY FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Abram's Boy and the Ugly Ghin. BY REV. E. A. BA2TD. "Oh-h-hJ" Then there was silence. I wonder what's dat!" It was Abram's boy looking through a fe...

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. — 5 November 1880

pVuf ^prV 1M i*.- !,"f' /^Vy* 1 HA6AB THE WILDEBIfBM. BT^. W. baiiw. Aloae mad friendtoM doomed to Ola, With new eoul to he«r thy cry Kor food, nor drink, nor shad* of tree •. Banished I—howeruel it aeeau to thee Death-meaning and beartleaa the deoree: Depart, forever, the child and thee I Fnirh of want, and die subleased, With the boauteoos boy pressed to thy breast I Ua*eon the hand that leads the way From She home of plenty, far away, 'f world of sands, all parched and bare, To die of hunger and despair! Hanger and thirst, and the maddening moan Ot the dying boy, so plaintive grown That Hsgar flees, she knows not where, Crazed with hanger and dazed with care. Bat a mother's love, grown strong in death, Constrains her heart, while life and breath Still animates the form of one— The bsaateoos form of her darling son. Only a bow-shot could she go Fran sight and sound of Ishmael's woe There sat she down and prayed to die— How sad and piteous was the cry I Her eyes, bedimmed with scal...

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. — 5 November 1880

13 Ix? te 1 ®be IteinartK Sritmne. B* S AJ UOVlMSBERRY. TRIBTjNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WBBKIIT( On# Year, Six Months, Three Months Loeal iind foreigto business notices, 10 cents Ver 1'ne, of Nonpareil type, each insertion, len lire? to the inch. Professional cards, Tour lihes or less, §10 i)»?r annum. ,«•«?„_ Advertisements in colttftsn of 'W ants, Jor Bale." -For Rent," etc., 10 cfcnts per line cach insertion. Lcg&l notices at regular statute rates. Or'tinal poetry §1 per liue For contract rates of display Advertising apply fetthfe office Or send for advertising rate card. BIS&AECK, D. T.s FRIDAY NOV. 5. 1880. ON the whole it is CORG!MI that Rich­ ards neeA nol so. If is presumed that UtC \"»C\i\oCVats have tjuite enough of the solid SoiUh. foolish­ ness. MH. EMMONS declines to he a candidate for postmaster afte?.' the 4til ot j»larch i'ext-. __ Tine £*orth app'enis to ')C solid too if %ve may except Jfev Jwwsy uhd Burleigh county. THINK of 50,000 VA»JWUY in New York, 5,000 i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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