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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 November 1880

.' ¥1 GARFIELD (Continuedfrom First Page). Treasurer, Bell, 126 Coykendall, 57 Slattery, 54. Bismarck, 2d Dist.^-McCormaek, 177 3?ettigre\Vj 67 Smith, 166 Wallace, 76 Keililier, 110 Wells, 183 Garland, 215 Ball, 28 Richards, 166 Snodgrass, 80 McKenzie, 176 Ward, 27 Mallov, 42 Bell, 141 Coykendall, 68 Slattery," 33. Mandan—McCormack, 174 Pettigrew, 129 Smith, 152 Wallace, 152 Keililier, 110 Wells. 142 Carland, 204 Ball, 99 Richards, 157 Snodgrass, 143 McKenzie, 189 Ward, 91, Malloy, 22 Bell, 157 Coy­ kendall, 128 Slattery, 16. Landing Precinct—McCormacic, 130 Petti grew, 11 Smith, 130 Wallace, 12 Keililier, 112 Wells, 27 Carland, 131 Ball, 11 Richards, 125 Snodgrass, 16 McKenzie, 122 Ward, 20 Malloy, 2 Bell, 116 Coykendall, 16 Slattery, 8. Painted Woods—McCormack, 31 Pet tigrew, 10 Smith, 38 Wallace, 3 Keili­ lier, 30: Wells 11 Carland, 38 Ball, 3 Richards, 38 Snodgrass, 3 McKenzie, 40 Ward, 1 Bell, 38, Coykendall 3. Seventeenth Siding—McCormack, 23 Pettigrew, 36 Smith, 23 Wallace. 3...

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. — 5 November 1880

t-f n'^l^«- •.*.V*..\ 4 yFl £w» .. '. -.• r.i-.hZ: 1 :V: TRIBUNE AGJSJTP8. P^'BoyC!na^'l^d^rK*w^^*^^^^* to contract for ad*erttsem««ta in TH* TBIBCMZ. at °Gea F^BotwU* Bpmc.Bt., N_e«r_toveerwer«5*hSto2dftoro& Wk am £fnta£ contract ^reS^' for t±d- P*P« rt.«r lowest nM. OMOIAJT. DIBBCTOBY. COTTBT OFFICIALS THIBD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JUDGE H. Barnes, Fargo, DISTBIOT.-A. Bank, D. T. ATTOBNJSY.—•J.A. OUBRK.—E. St Paul :V Stoyell, Buunk. N. Corey, Bismarck. DZFUTX. U. S. MABSHAII.—Ale* MoEenzto, Biamaxck. u. ». omouui. peter Mantor, Register, U. 8. Lud offlo®, O. A. Ixjunsberry, Postmaster. Chas. M. Oashman. Deputy Collector D. S. Onstoms. prank P. Brown, Deputy Collector Internal Serena*. B. N. Corey, U. S. Commlflatoaer. COUNTY OFFICIALS. OOVXTX CLXSK AND BEOIBTJSB or H. Kichards. BKBIFF.—Alexander MoKensle. DOUKXT TBEASUBKB.—W. B, Watson, JUDGEOF PBOBATK.—Emer N. Corey. jluPEBINTZITDEST UOCHTT SSESSOB.—P. OEKDS.—John OF PUBLIC SOHOOU.-J. I BRAGG. IJOUNTX CoMMisaiuNBBS.—Frank Donnelly...

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. — 5 November 1880

l.\ I ,-. «.t Ic fx 9 S 7_ H- THE GREAT ISSUE Tb True "Inwardness" of the "Solid South." Lettar fr»m tke Hob lay JU HaMML FKUJOW-CITIZKNS—Having been nominated by the Republicans of the Ninth Michigan dis­ trict to represent you in Congress for the fifth consecutive time, I should esteem it an especial breach of duty, under ordinary circumstances, to be absent from that district during this can­ vass. But, occupying as I do the Chairmanship of the Republican Congressional Committee, my judgment tells me—and in this I think all good Republicans will agree—that I should not be absent from this central post of duty. This, therefore, must be my excuse for thus address­ ing you. In the olden time, when two armies in hostile array confronted each other, it was sometimes the practice for the leader of each—or for some specially selected man from each—to step to the front and decide the battle issue by single combat. Thus it was that David, afterward KitC of Israel, by slaying Goliath with ...

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. — 5 November 1880

LOCAL, LEAVES. "Ttm From the Tribmne Reporter's Note-Book. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. E. H. Bly is winner of about $1300 on She election. Saturday night Yon Suppe's master piece "Fatinitza." Reserved seats for the Opera at Hollem ,Jjaek's drug store. Tuesday night "Chimesjof Normandy" _at Raj'tnond's Hall. Hancock's corsets were too large. He couldn't squeeze through. Jos. Fox has placed a very attractive beacon in front of his saloon. There were no fights on election day and very little liquor wTas drank. If you want a high time, attend the calico hop at the Custer to-night. Attention is called to the personals of two adventurous women, in another col­ umn. H. G. Coykendall rejoices at the addi­ tion in the person of a little girl to his lamily. The happiest man in the city after hear­ ing the result in New York was Capt. Raymond. Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.,"Pinafore," for the accommodation of ladies and children. Wednesday night "The Great Parisian Hit Girofle Giio...

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. — 12 November 1880

fi -fu* aw VOL. i' M:,- II Lv W fe- Tin. ,^. ,.r.: NEWS-NOTES. 83*. -North Pacific, common 29 preferred, —Only $ 1 now from St. Louis to Chi­ cago. —Pettigrew's majority in Dakota will not fall ehort of 10,000. —It is more than probable the demo­ crats will unload John Kelly. —"320" was a good republican edito­ rial re acting in Garricld's favor. —Gen. Grant will engage in mining transactions with ex-Senator Chaffee, of Colo­ rado. —Fargo is to have a skating rink 200x to feet, with Messis. Gribble & Blake proprie­ tors. —Hanlan and Trickett will row a match Monday next. Betting is in favor of Hanlan five to four. —The republicans came so near carry­ ing Tennessee that its state bonds jnmped from .$30 to $45, —N. B. Harwood, one of the leading dry goods houses in the northwest, has failed. Liabilities, $400,000 —The authorities are ridding the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis of gamblers and housns of ill fame. —The steamer Rhode Island, of the Stonington lire, was totally wre...

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. — 12 November 1880

}L kf j?4 7 LOTEBS DEPARTING SOIfG. BT KOBZBT FUHMRIN DOITVR^ While Mustering wiqda around me *o#r And dash to fragments thoughts of mine, muae and ponder with love's lore Anil «i»v to bade in friendship's shrine. Shall obstinacy stifle down .- That love which I have often shown? an tears the memory so drown Ana harden hearts to hearts of stone? dan heaven proclaim a blessing rare And leave an impress on the soul Oan nature, with her dowers fair, Teach lessons that are wholly whole Yes, yes, dear girl, it can but do That which will most ennob!e man It speaks out boldly, and so true, While nature says: Be with that van "Which seeks to show its lovely power Unto our lovely, gentle race." Oh! let me love the Prairie Flower I give to thee a kiss. BSXTOK, 111. U/ %A_ ',"• Sig «&? rt IC r— Ah let not time her f6rm efface. Oh! let the jewels of thy heart Forever Bhine in radiance fair, And let ndt anger send a dart To make one linger and despai^, And may I say with him who said, Oh! ch...

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. — 12 November 1880

ll vi I' ,• ite Ai- ./•O 1 rv-,. V' IT im I 1. 1*1 ,* TAITKEE CHABOW. BX MUX. 1C. BTHWaUb •—:i »$ isysof old. *oM» ^Beside the 8tygi*n tide *..' Old Olutnm dwelVHth whom «B tal ^WWho Bought tjie other aid*. And for hit tort, he och wonVI MJC oboto In return. every gent who lacked ft east fl# left the cent to orn. M' And motley crowds, In funeral abroad^ Awaited oxi the shore And there would stay, who oould Ml A hundred Tears or mom. F' Among the throng that came along, New England eent a man— Vwas Eli Brown, of Bocton town, ^v Vfho had o'eratepped life'sspaa. He lacked the tin to let him In To the Hlysian grove An oath be rwore that he no more By 8tjx*a tide would rora. He picked up sticks and 'gan to fix A raft on which to float Aa Irishman who's near at hand He hired to build the boat. BayaPat, "Be gob, a payin' Job Twould be for you and me With fine desate that lad to chate, And row there over free." Then Ell said, Twas in my head That very thing to do. How, launch her in, and we...

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. — 12 November 1880

%v .'ft# fcTi^Vfw: 1 & W W 1 g| -,» S??: m*i M'1. -^s •S&ftfS te il lii ®Jje lUsmarfk Irilmne. 1 LOUN8BERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION KITES v/t ^VeEKtV, prre Year. 'Six Months. 1-®® Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES- Irtvoftl and foreign business notice*, 10 cents jjierl'ne, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten 'lines to the inch Professional cards, four lines or lesB, $10 .per annum. Advertisements in 'column t)f "Wants, Ivor Sale," "For Rent," ctc., 10 cents per line each insertion. Leuai notices at regular Statute rates, ©r'ginal poetry $1 per line, For contract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send lor advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D.T., FRIDAY, NOV. 12. 1880. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, 31ETJH0DIST OMUltCH—Services -every Sun­ day in the n«tv churefi on •SthsUvsW-, at a. iud7i.4H- "nnday school ittwvetftately after rooming seryice. Praver weeding every Wednesday evening at tl*c p&nwttft-e at 7.30 j). m. -J, M, licwu Pastor. ^KESBYTBRIAN CHURCH.—Sunday s...

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. — 12 November 1880

v%. Interesting Items for the Benefit of Their Old Friends. (Special Correspondence of The Tribune.) WHITK RIVEB AGENCY, Col., Oct. 28.— 5 We hare caught the Indian summer. "We grasp it tightly, but some days it gives us the slip and we get, well—Hail •and rain pretty well mixed, for a few hours. At present the weather is—oh! just splendid, and the nights are of thai sort which bashful lovers, who linger at the gate, prefer—pleasant, you know, but just dark enough to prevent the old folks from seeing the pantomime. It is a mat of regret that this weather can't be util­ ized, but lovers at White River must bide their time—likewise the new quarters. If Sam Whitney were here what an op portuniiy he would have to ttelecl stars for his Opera House. "K" company here tofore has been noted for the "talent' «mong its members, but it has recently gained some excellent performers. Their impromptu eveuing concerts are decided ly good, and remind one of that drop cur­ tain whereon was inscribed ...

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. — 12 November 1880

w«B»s*sa«c£S(SK &v If TRIBUNE AGENTS. PBOBATK CHIEF fOBTBWednesday. .m. LACKS HILLS.—Leave BANK JF* j' ._ irlxod at So eon tract for adrertlienienU In Tfl» XUBont "^^F^Sa .Oto-ir««p»p« •SES£Ki5S& 10 Spruce »t., New York are antborUedto make wmtraota for tills paper flto mt this paper mar be teen at the Hew lor* office. CnSElEuer ico., newapaperadrertialn* a«enta. (Tribune bail dine), iblcago, JUL. authorised Mento to contract advertising for this pape at^oor lowest rates. OFFICIAL PIBKOTOBT. -V'-:' ooun OmoiiLi THIKDJUDICIAL IHDOB.—A. 8. DifnraiCT, H. Barnes, FarffO, D. T. pm&iox A.TTOBSKT.—J. A. btoyell, Bismarck. OLKBK A. Corey, Bismarck. DBFOTZ.—E. U. HUHEUL-AIU McKeairte, Bismarck. v. i. omozAU. B. B. Kirk, Oapt, A. Q. M. U. & A., Depot Q.M. Beo. 8 Grimes,1st Lieut. officer In charge PJ5.Mll.XaL K. H. Brown, Receiver U. 8, Land offioe. Pater Mantor, Register, U. 8. Land offioe. O. A. liOnnsberrj, Postmaster. _• Ohas. M. Oushman. Deputy Collector U. 8. Customs. Fr...

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. — 12 November 1880

Lifyf Xr0 I ^.. & A THE PRACTICAL ISSUE. What It Is That Is Involved in the Noisy Partisan Clamor for a Change. The Inevitable Disaster That Host Result from Any Successful Attack on Foblio Credit. 'Address of the Substantial Business Ken of New York City to the People. 13ie North American Review for November contains one of the strongest political docu­ ments that was ever uttered from the press, tt is entitled "The Political Situation from a Financial Standpoint," and is signed by the names of twenty-two of the foremost business men of the country—men who stand for all that is stable and thorough in commercial life —all of them millionaires, and the most of them made so by their own efforts. Their yiews are important, first, because^ they are wise and, second, because they are at the financial center—the heart of the commercial world, where every pulse beat of politics is felt, and its effect measured. Hie article is ad­ dressed to the citizens of New York, and is as follows: ...

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. — 12 November 1880

F^\ iJ,v if'P^ Kr' 'Mt'- #Ja* r,.\ ^gLOCAL LEA YES. 'f.p. Tint From tke Tribnn« Reporter's Hete-Boek. No snow thus far. Duna & CO., druggists, 92 Main street. Hay only $18 per ton in Dead wood %$Fatinitza at the.opera house Sunday flight. The Nathal Opera Troupe are drawing good houses. fjv Geo. Peoples has sold orer 100 heating stoves this fall. There has been but six stormy days in the past two months. The city of Yankton cast 812 votes. Bismarck cast 623. Wm. Glitschka has just received a large stock of groceries. The event of the season—Nathal Opera at Whitney's Sunday night. The Donaldsons, John and Daisy, aie back. A* Whitney's every night. Sam Whitney is now living in his new house on the south side of the track. Fargo gave the Nathal Opera Company good housed during the entire week. The Bismarck and Black Hills road will, be completed within eighteen months. John Smith was defeated by a small majorily in his run for sheriff of Custer couuty. D. I. Bailey has as tine a co...

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. — 19 November 1880

vsJ I A VOL. VIII. Mji, *g 4j, .: A£irs-A?om. —Good sleighing at St. Paul. —Secretary Scliurz is mentioned for tlie Anstiian mission. Lieut. E. B. Hardin, 7th Infantiy, left for Fort Sieseton yesterday. —Conger, the objector, wants Howgate appointed chief signal officer. —The last spike has been driven in the the St. Paul and Omaha railroad. —One million dollars of silver now in the treasury of Washington weighing over thir­ ty tons. —A. Winnie, a Black Hills man, raised over 500 bushels ol potatoes off of one acre of land this year. —A Washington dispatch states that" Gen. Hazcn is likely to be appofnted chief sig­ nal oflicei. —An international park is to be made eat of the land adjoining the Niagara Falls, OH each side of the liver. —The letters of congratulation are so numerous that Gen. Garfield is unable to listen to one-quarter of them. —N, B. Harwood, the Minneapolis dry goods man, who failed, had liabilities to the amount of $652,681.76. —It is said Edwards, of the Argun, i...

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. — 19 November 1880

f' f\'V V1'. I-1 &i* I/? KI .P ih':'r' f- if^J rnj $?i VfiLEBE IilES PEACE 1 •PI|VW V!S ITWV BT SB. BOBEBT F. DOTY, B. ». Like the flower in an oasis of some arid deeert, S- Par away from all the haunts of Vusy man, &• She carre, with tha bloom of youth upon her. $ And her charms were like the diamond alight "Which GHATAT»N in the moonbeamB of our night! But there are many predestined curses hanging °'er THI« Adamio race, which keeps pace with Father Btm by step, through the dark bnt visible years That are seen imaginatively by the eyes of man— "Which to u* as day-dreams, time and again I Where are thy charms, oh life? Thy desolation is But the wafting breeze of the forthcoming era That gallops o'er the moorlands of old time, pi«»ng with the waves of disquietude and scorn And carrying with it desolation of the vap'ry morn I Wheare is thy peace, oh life? Behold The granite imbedded deep in mother earth, Or in the flotaam, a jewel of much worth. There, as the precious'ore, wit...

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. — 19 November 1880

#-«W 5fl nAvi1 Ji P:H fe!* I ''. iT Si -tf P'' V(i JL AlfD B. BY HB8. *. •. B. KOOH*. *&3^'.'..'\ A were handsome men -y -, ,A«Ton will find two out of ten it.. L111 U#A ...SThey started np the hill M*® '(Each hfld of course, the prettiest wife) "With strong resolvee to dare and do, J1?® Ami still the heavenward path pursue. AnH they were tender friends the while They met and parted with a smite :& Their little homes—a happy sight— Were filled with gladness, love, and light But he and every one could see That A began to gain on In worldly goods. He wore the air Of one who'd reached the topmost stair. A gilded coach and milk-white four A prouder couple never bore Than he and nappy Mrs. A. Both worshiped wealth and loved display, But both forgot their books and songs, And neither cared for others'wrongs When they had rights. All they could SM Was gold—life's crowning victory. Their children stood as dummies stand—» Nonentities upon the land. Their palace, with its marble front...

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. — 19 November 1880

Utf ®R lb* iisntflwli Slrtbunc. BY A. LOUN6BERRY. TtRIBftlN'E SUBSCRIPTION ftATES: WEEKLY, OneTe&r, $2 50 1 Legal notices at regular statute-Tates. Wr'einal poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply alt thte*fflce «r seed lor advertising rate card. "BISMAUCK, D. T., FRIDAY, KOY. 19, 1S60. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every Sun­ day in the new church on 5th street, at II a. ftiiil 7'^. m. r4u-nday -2 p. in,.- ves.pers, •ejsli^itfttion and benediction, 7. 80 p. m- Alain street, west end. RKV.B.H BUNNING, Rector. good THE vigorous prosecution by the re­ publican central committee of those res­ ponsible for the Chinese letter forgery, lias suggosted to the managers of the in­ dependent taxpayers ticket defeated at 4he recent election in this country, that a prosecution can be made to stand against those issuing the bogus handbills inten­ ded to detract from the independent- and republican vote in that campaign. Some lively items may be look...

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. — 19 November 1880

3#^f -:v z* tt 1,^ isiiiiiiiiyii LAND OFFICE BUSINESS "%& -%AS pay I f: Sficf. t&'~' fl ip ®$ m-' :,m GENERAL REVIEW OF rAST YEAH. THE A Flattering Outlook for Next Season —The Largest Land District in tlio World—Inquisitive- Xand Seekers. BOOMS AT VARIOUS POINTS. In a review of the business of the U. S. Land Officc for the past year, there are some suggestive points. The business has been greater than any previous year, and the general inquiry for public lands larger. That part of the district lying in Stutsman, ranges 67 and 68, has not been overrun with settlements, but there is hope iq, the farm of James Dunn and the quiet gossip ot a bonanza wheat field in his immediate vicinity. At Crystal Springs there has been little development beyond the taking of a tree claim by Judge Bennett. It was rumored that a colony would apply for admission to that range. At thirteenth siding theic has been a small boom. The town site of Dawson, founded by J. Dawaon Thomp­ son, of Philadelp...

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. — 19 November 1880

W '$!»•*- 7 $L "If. b^(i if %$ & |?i yM: ,»V fcfcwk:-.'. 5v.- |(V: I .la -^3 ^tTIIil. FATHER KNOW MET f'r FF)| BT BAXJJE A TOTOO. Oh, oft do I tftfav of a dear, distant clime, And sunny home hours to memory true. And a dearly-loved one, whom the swift tide of tun» In its merciless march has hidden from view. Ail iw iiiM^n^fffi pnHt-Kii iian iuuu«u My best friend was he in those sonny days past, Mfe And fondly would smile as I climbed on his A11U 1U1UUJT WOtUU N1U1D n» virniuu- And now that I'm bowed by autumn's chill blast I ask but the question, Will father And oft do I dream of that bright summer sun, As ever it shone on my old home and me, When the wild climbing rose as atrophy I won, And butterflies chased in innocent glee. Ah! that bright sun-hath set in shadows how deep I And my heart from its aching never is free In that fair morning-land, where eyes never weep, In the glad home above, will father know me? My face he knew only in life's morning hour, Ere the twin roses ha...

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. — 19 November 1880

V* IP & 1 i\ I 1 $ «•:. I) ps^ 1 OUR DARLING. BI XENNIK a. OWJW. Zffi!v £PVr% ?£Sjf w« laid ber by with loving Our darling and our pride— •a$i A ha to a go an a ,^/ So early should have died. •We laid her in the. silent grave And wept above her tomb We loved-her as the summer lores A pure and tender bloom. And in our hearts we half-rebelled That God had plucked away The blossom we had cherished since its first glad, b'ooming day. And so, with hot and bitter tears, We watered oft her grave, Nor thought that Who had ta'en away Was also He who gave :, Unto, one cool Septembermorn, We came to weep in gloom, r- ,/ And fonnd one little, lonely flower ~1 Still blooming on her tomb And, fearing lest the early frost Should blight its petals fair. We took it home and pressed it Twixt the Bible-lids with care Anil, looting on that little bloom, We learned to think that God Had ta'en away our little flower From earth's hard, chilly sod—* Had ta'en it ere the early frost Of sin could come to...

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. — 19 November 1880

SMSK*# lOfci k, f- ISFr Attention. I will make It to your intereiit.to call and ex­ amine aud bny my Boys' Clothing, as I am hound to j?o out of this lin© altogether. Call -early for the biggest bargains ever offered by Ladies' A me vie (in Seal Sets, Boa and Muff from $4.00 to $12,00 at Eisen berjj'e. Oyster*. Oysters. The best brands of lrcsh oysters maybe had .at GX.ITSCOKA'8. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic restores, the ap­ petite and is pleasant, safe and efficient. M«M The Only Place in town to find the nobby Cigarette Hat is at Mich iff an Apples. By the peck, bushel, or barrel, tho choicest "vaMeiie* at GLITSCUKA S. o» Mlank Books and Stationery at Dvnk A Co's. Ash Anybody Who is a judge of good meal, where to go *tid they will all tell y»u to go to JtH the RaffC Thus* dear little Turban Bats at DA* EISZNSKM'S. JViayara Saloon Merchants Hotel, set* the beet luncheon in vthe city, every night in the week. tiermen Doors. Go to Bostwick A SS* dx% ••te fiX" S5??^ IVinter Coal Make Tour ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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