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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 November 1880

?£ft I# V* 'J gfe» .• ,.*A Sfr IF PUFR\^ S %7^'- 8 \i&iv iW', lar-tv1 j^Cfr'isas'-1? __^ S^p^5?S *W. IvltU* £*& Ii4 4 VOL. Jfi- t£} ,i-- "„,v ^"?^t WX.iK'/S ... '. vni. NEWS-NOTES. —Garfield's official majority in New York is 90,899. —The official vote of Oregon gives Gar Held 768 majority. —Diphtheria prevails to an alarming ••extent in Deadwood. —Gen. Zeilin was buried at Washing­ ton on the 20th inst. —Garfield's majority in Minnesota proves to be over 40,000. —A son of Parson Brownslow has re •ceived a $1000 clerkship. —"Blue Jeans" Williams, governor of Indiana, died on Sunday last. —There is four feet of snow in the Bald -Mountain district, Black Hills. —Pembina buyers receive 1000 bushels of wheaf daily, the Pioneer eaysi —Fargo people are alarmed over the prevalence of dipthera in that city. —The editor of Truth has discharged :Pbilp for the Chinese letter forgery. —Gen. Mali one lias planted himself equarely on the fence with David Davis, —Capt. A. C. Macy, of St. P...

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. — 26 November 1880

GOSSIP FOB THE LADIES. The Wife's Tragedy* Han moat be pleased but him to please Is woman's pleasure down the gulf Of bis condoled necessities She easts ber best, she flings herself How often flings for naught! and yokes Her heart to an icicle or whim Whose each impatient word provokes Another, not from her, but him While she. too gentle even to foacs His penitence by kind replies, Waits by, expecting bis remorse, With pardon In ber pitying eyes. If he at last, by shame oppressed, A comfortable word confers. She leans and weeps against bis breast, And seems to think the sin was hers And, while his love has any life, Or any eye to see her charms, At any time, she's still his wife, Dearly devoted to his arms. She loves with love that cannot tire And if, ah, woe 1 she loves alone, Through passionate duty love flames higher, As grass grows taller round a stone. A Wonderful Old Lady. In Woodberry, Md., lives a woman who was born April 22, 1776. Her memory and hearing are excellent, but •...

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. — 26 November 1880

sKr IV i"r'--'»t^,U e^*i THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. A pretty deer is dear to me, A hare with downy bail I lore a hart with all my heart, But barely bear a bear. TTJBplain that no one takes a plane To have a pair of pairs A rake, though, often takes a rake To tear away the tares. All rays raise thyme, time razes all. And, through the whole, hole wean A writ, in writing "right" may write Itu wright" and still be wrong— For "write" and "rite" are neither "right" And don't to write belong. Beer often brings a bier to man, Coughing a coffin brings. And too much ale will make ns ail, As well as other things. The person lies who says he lies When he is but reclining And when consumptive folks decline They all decline declining. A quail don't quail before a storm— A bough will bow before it: Wecannot rein the rain atall— No earthly powers reign o'er it The dyer dyes awhile, then dies To dye he's always trying. Until upon his dying bed He thinks n* more of dyeing. A son of Mars mars many a sun Al...

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. — 26 November 1880

vA,St iwwartlt Srilmtte. BY O A« LOtiMtBERRY. TBIBI'XB SUBSCRIPTION RATES? VI"K8K»A' One Year,. WETIIODIsi'CHtTRCir—Services VVedn«sJhy evening at 111. A. Y. & DAVID .STEWAKT,Sec'Y $2 SO Six Mouths. .1 §0 Three Months .' *5 ADVERTISINti KATES. .^ :. Lwal awl foreigli business notices. 10 cents lu-r line. of Nonpareil type, (Bach insertion, feu imes to the inch. ,- .in Professional cfcrtjs, four lihe8 or less, .$10 ju-r annum. Advertisements in column of "Want ?, .tor ^alc." "For Kent," etc., 10 cents per line each •Insertion. 'T S" Li'trnl notices at regular statute rates, .tt-* Ordinal poetry $1 per line. K»r contract rates of display advertising apply %(this office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D. T., FRIDAY, YOV.26, 18»)., RELIGIOUS SERYICUS:^ every Snn- dav in the new church on 5th street, at II a. m. and 7 fifli." nrinflay school immediately after tnornyfeferyicev. grayer meefiug every the parsonage at 7 -10 p. m. J. M. BULL, Pastor. I'UKSBYTEBIAX OHUHGII:—Su...

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. — 26 November 1880

I I li: DRY GOODS •'tjwisft?"? C}'f if.7 ,-, BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Dry Goods AND Ever brought into Bismarck can be found at EISENBEKG'S Neither money 01* time has been been spared to obtain the LARGEST and best selected STOCK IN THE CITY. This stock comprises all the novelties in dress goods, such as Caclimeres Alpacas, Dress Plaids, Handkerchief Plaids, Silks, in all shades,as well as Black. A full line of Trimmings to match all our Dress Goods also «a full line of laces and Hamburg Edgings Flan­ nels, all colors and quali ties. A complete line of Children's and Ladies' Mitts in all styles and qualities to suit the trade Also have a full line of toilet articles, including Dr, Price's Unique Per­ fumes and face powder. Attention of Ladies is also called to our elegant selection of Tidies and Worsted Patterns, in­ cluding Slipper Patterns, Ottomans, Sofa Pillows and fine Screens. You will also find a very fine selection of Gents' Furnishings, such as Hosiery, Underwear, Silk Handker...

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. — 26 November 1880

1#^ §r': 1?iy TUB SIESSEIfGEBS. tr* BTXTTO U. HOLTOH. A.. -j vttte-wJiiged messenger came And atood bj my aide on* day. It whispered," I never can coma again," Than alien tly flew mvay. Bat another came in Ita place, And, seeing my aad enxpriae, Low whispered," I bear a message from thee To my home beyond the skies. I fain would have questioned mora 'Ere the wee, fair thing waa gone. But I felt that mepaage would apeak for me When the day of accounta should come. Another, and atill they came Kach a message for me OCwork to be done in the cause off right, sP And conscience and work must agree. Bat oft as they glided by, So pure and white when they came, Methought I could trace on their anowy wings A record of sin with ita stain. I dad would have called them back, But alas! they could come no more, And the message I fain.would obliterate 'la borne to the other shore. Thua the days and years aped on Pill to-night, iny life most done, The ghoets of my white-winged mesaengera Gome back t...

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. — 26 November 1880

fJ & I EBL-EliyO. RiLTIS O. OAswiLL. parent *A« German of Goeth*.] E [Erl-King, In German, is the name applied to a poetical, personified, natural power, which, accord Gg to German poetical authorities dwells in the re imiiirn of the forest, and prepares mischief and rain for men, and especially for children, through delu­ sive seduction. Who rides at night through the forest so wildt It is the father with his darling child He's shielding his pet with his loving arm From the roaring tempest—from every harm. "My son, what troubles so thy anxious sight ?H Oh. see I 'tis the Erl-King by yonder light— The mrrible Erl-King—speak not so loud Child, 'tis but the ragged edge of a cloud." THE SPECTER SPEAKS. "Oh, beautiful child! with me come and livej Thou'lt share all the joys my power can give ltany gay-colored flowers bloom on the shot* ly mother awaits thee—toys a full store." Father, Oh, father! and did you not hear The Erl-King whisper, so fow and so near?" "Be still, my child my ...

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. — 26 November 1880

'M IfSi. -#ft§81^ fife- Attention. Attention. I will make it to your interest to call and ex­ amine and buy my Boys' Clothing, as I am bound to go ont of this line altogether. Call early for the biggest bargains ever ofl'ered by I will make it to your interest to call and ex­ amine and buy my Boys' Clothing, as I am bound to go ont of this line altogether. Call early for the biggest bargains ever ofl'ered by Sio HANAUEK. St. Paul Branch Clothing House. Sio ANAUEK. St. Paul Branch Clothing House. Fresh Oysters, By the quart or gallon at CHAS. Biuek'S. Ladies'' American. Seal Sets. Boa and Muff from $4.00 to $12,00 at Eisen­ berg's. Oysterft, Oysters. The best brands of lresh oysters maybe had *T GLITSCHKA'S. Heed's Gilt Edge Tonic restores the ap petite and is pleasant, safe and efficient. The. Only I*tare in town to find the nobby Cigarette Hat is at DAN EJSENBKRG'S. •CIoaitH and Dohntinn Pan Eisenber}: has just received bis third in­ voice. Some beauties cheap. Fresh Vele.ru, Turk ...

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 December 1880

W as t* .3 "H 4 JP* ^'f'• NEWS-NOTES. —Gen. Geo. B. Crittenden, of Kentucky, is dead. —"Blinky Jack" was fatally stabbed at Crookston last week. —The north hall of the Adrian, Mich., celiegt burned last week. —The North Pacific purcharcd 300 miles of steel rails last week. —Dead wood is soon to have in work­ ing order the telephone exchange. —The United States navy consists of 139 vessels of every description. —Col. Mosby has been refused leave of 4ibaencc from his post at Hong Kong. —Secretary Sherman favors the adding 37lA grains to the Buzzard silver dollars. —T. C. Piatt will probably be selected for collector of the port of New York. —Brick Pomroy's partner at LaCrosse •gits five years in the penitentiary for forgery. —Alexander H. Stevens says of Gar­ field: "A man of large brain and incorruptible virtue." —Gen. Grant still reverses his wine glasses at all public entertainments where win® is served. —The appropriations asked for this _year by the officers of the General Grant ...

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 December 1880

ft. vf n$% iJi„ ?*$*•i t:r *i' 1 Vi* re ^Wh. f»r-,'T *sm: )ir wr- MI FIRST C1GAK* Twas just behind the woodsheu, One glorions snmrner day, Far o'er the hills the sinking son ,-. Pursued its •westward way. And in my lone seclusion, Safely removed afar From all of earth's confusion, 1 smoked my first cigar. Ah 1 bright the boyish fancies Wrapped in the wreaths of blue My eyes grew dim, my head was light, The woodshed round me flew. Dark night closed in around me, Kayless, without a star. Grim death I thought had found ma, And spoiled my first cigar. Ah! pallid was my noble brow, The waning night was late, My startled mother cried, in fear, My child, what have you ate I heard my father's smothered laugh, It seemed so strange and far, I knew he knew, I knew he knew I'd smoked my first cigar. STORY Otf A SATURDAY. The place where we first met our hero is a gaass-plat about twenty feet square, bordered on one side by a barn so weath­ er-beaten that it looks black, on another by the clothe...

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 December 1880

vl C'F i-r KDT-SSFE-m -J -tv W fr: V, He left that cottage home. This side the ports of heaven. CAKIiETON COUNTY, -V"'- MODERN FIDELITY. BY \r. F. WATSON. From the stormy coast of her native land She gazed far o'er the blue, Where the waves dashed up in splendor grand: Her garments on the oold sea sand Were damp with ocean's dew. She loved to come at the close of day And hear the billows roar, And watch the foaming, seething spray Where her sailor lover had sailed away To India's distant shore. And now a memory surged her mind .* One standing, fair and tall, Where erst the flowery jessamine Had draped in happy days langsyne A cottage garden wail. They Btood when day was but begun Beside tbe wall of stone Bat when the west—the dipping sun Betokened that the day was done She rested there alone. She wondered if lie thought to-night Of loving friends at home Did he keep the curl so brown and bright That he severed from its mates the night The chill winds swept the rocky height— She ling...

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 December 1880

msrm Ill II H. I1! If£ Main THE THE of THE THE m*z »fv I rJf? •it 1 ?&«• SA&FI-VFR'II nefivrsr jfv BY A. IOUM&8EKBY. TlffiSBZfS SUBSCUI5sTI'0^ •wmtJiir* One Year, Six MOJlfbts **Xocnl anrl foreign business notices. 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten liues to the inch. A Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 tier annum. ,, .tT, Advertisements.in column of 'Wants, lor J*ale," "For Kent," ctc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. Legal notices af regular statute rates. ©r'glnal poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D. T., FRIDAY, DEC.3, 1880. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every street, west end. THE REV.B. 11 BUNNINO, Rector. REV.PATRICK KISENAN, Assistant. FOUR If: !$ years ago the vote of Dakota was about 8000 this year it was more than 20,000. GEN. DAWSON has taken his permanent departure from the Black Hills. He goes to New Mexico. THOMAS ...

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 December 1880

I SjTV 'f V# 1 i-'H VpH-*'« 4F£»R ., 1 RESTAURANT ,C" cd 0 it LA •faO- bD 3 cd HH 0 CN| CO CO 3 O LL. f) cs 00 Q. O 3 .MONTANA MARKET, Corner Seconi and Maim Streets, JUSTUS BRAGG & CO., DEALERS IK FRESH AND SALT MEATS, FISH, POULTRY, GAME. Batter, Eggs, Vegetables, Frait and 1 Canned Groods. Speeial Attention given to the St«»na SOtf boat Trade. TAILOR. T.J.TULLY, TASHIONABLl Merchant Tailor, No. Main Street, Bismarck, Pakota. 8-tf DRUGS O O *?..& vfil y' 3 1 CO cu OS O CE teC 6 S JZ ca oa O ss .§• CO CS "53 c/ LU euo cu cd 6^ 1873 18SO Forster's Restaurant (Established May, 1873.) The Oldest and Onlv First-Class Restaurant in Bismarck. Board by the day or week. Meals at all hours. MEAT MARKET LU LLJ 0C fO I CO «8 5 CM 0 1 =3 p4 W. H. W. COMER, Proprietor TONSORIAL PARLORS, Alain St., noxt to First National Bank. Hair Cutting- and Shampooing a Specialty. HOT AND COLD BATHS. A.H.Abbott&Co 147 Ktatc St., Chicago, III., PAINTING AND DRAWING MATERIAL, "Wax Flower Goods, Gla...

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 December 1880

few1 JTF' LR :Mr^ •°iEW™v,w-Str"' •-.* 1 *"S ,-fff'i^'^-' 1 /•lycv v»*i ff REMINISCENCES. ,v .. A Letter to a Lady Classmate* ... BY BOBT. FBANKENSTIEN DOTY. Dear girl, to-night I think of you, •. While tossing winds do beat'the shore, Whilo madcaps foam upon the sea, While hearts of glee ring merrily, And make nice music o'er and o'er. 'Twas but a yesterday I saw My classmates as of old Each representing, by some law, A pleasure like a witty saw, Or thought-words nicely turned to gold! O! recollections of the past, Come back and signal me— I onward march, and, marching fast, I leave the first, I leave the last, Which still survives the turbid eea! Once I was younger by some years, And, being young, was mad— Mad in the spirit of my fears, Mad with remorse and bitter tears, Mad at my faults, and of them sad! To-day I'm older, older still— Triumphant Justice deals with all Nature still turns the grinding mill, And, grinding slow, yet grinds with will, The'products for a dusty pall. My...

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 December 1880

W £3^'" awwp^ssi'-- THANKSGIVING. BY iB. F. TATXOS. Lay out the earth in a 6heet of enow, There is nothing at all to harm below, Where men dream out the world together 4v And pansies sleep 'till pleasant weather— The safest place in all the land Is the narrow realm of the folded hand! Then Thanks to God that a flower will die— "Ttaas made to time Thanksgiving by: Breathe as it falls-^-prophetic thing— "There'll be an April ui the Spring." Then Thanks to God for a sister there To stand on Glory's diamond stair, And Thanks again, though I go late,.. A mother gone, shall smiling wait, Shall breathe three names with reverent tone, The Child's the Virgin's and. her own, And life the latch of Mercy's gate. Souse up the fire to a costly glow, Till the maple parts ana the rubies show! Swing back the curtains now if ever, Aijd rich and warm, the slender river Shall cleave Thanksgiving night iu twain As the mantle parted the old Red Main!— Ah never fear—shine as it will Enongh is left to chee...

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 December 1880

I:. -. -V iw wsty. "f TAKE NOTICE"AII persons in­ debted to me are requested to call and settle at once. All claims against myself or firm will be paid promptly on presen­ tation. I leave for the South, Dec. 15th, and am desirous of settling all past due accounts ill before leaving. J. W.RAYMOND. Hickory Nuts, BJack Walnuts, Pop Corn, New Seedless Raisins, New Valeneia Raisins, 31 ess Macli«rel, LiUc! Fish, Choice Poultry, Choice Celerv, Connt Oysters, at JlicJi Ifjtin Apples. Bv the peek, bushel, or barrel, the choicest varieties at GUTSCUKA'S, Itlank Hooks und Stationery at DUNN fe d'o's. Ash Anybody Who isajudse of a good meal, where to go and they will all tell you to so to All the Rune Those dear little Turban Ilats at DAN EISENBERG'S. Siayara Saloon Merchants Hotel, sets the best luncheon in the city, every night in the week. MARSH & WAKEJIAN. lint Recei ved Fifty tons Hard Coal. Two Hundred tons Baby .311110 at J. W. RAYMOND & Go's. IVinter Cotfl Make your arrangement...

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. — 10 December 1880

V. feft* It IP*® ii *f ". VOL. VIII. :V .... NEIVS-NOTES. ur—Pettigrew's official majority was 9, 487. Hi f» —There are 60,479 employees in the postofficc department. —"Frenchy," the well known bottle 'fiend of the Hills, is dead. —The Spear fish college, Black Hills, •was dedicated last month. —The ice in the Mississippi at St. Paul is fourteen inches thick. —There is a probability that ihe U. S. marshals will be paid soou. —It took two hours to read the presi­ dent's message in the house. —Morris Carly, wtts frozen t© death near Morris, Minn., last week. —The president makes a strong point against polygamy in his message. —The Harwood sale has been post­ poned nntil the 21st of December. —The Hastings & Dakota road is blockaded by snow in Minnesota. —Senator Lamar, of Louisiana, is quite £11 and unable to attend the senate. —A printer named Still was found frozen to death at Gilford, Iowa, Sunday. —The city of New York will be il­ luminated Christmas eve with electric light. —...

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. — 10 December 1880

WHH5K vi 1 HA8K8. BY JKMWU E. ownr. The face too oft is but a mask Which hides the heart below, Ana oft itbe&ms with sunny smiles While dark the heart with woe. A smile may hide a breaking heart As flowers hide a tomb, ... f: And none would gness that w'neath could Da Such loneliness and gloom. A handsome face oft masks a heart That's stained with crime and sin* As sometimes fruit moat fair to see Is rottenness within. Th9 sweetest nut that ever grew Is hid in rough brown case, And so a pure and honest heart Of hides 'neath homely face. If life is then amasquerade, Judge not" was wisely said. For who appears a fairy nymph May prove an imp instead. But wait, for there shall come a time When masks no more shall hide Men's vices and the woes that lay Ciose hid by human pride But every heart shall be unmasked Before the judgment throne, And every secret sin and vice And sorrow shall be known And every kindly word and deed iFhat was in mercy given Shall show upon the human heart Befo...

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. — 10 December 1880

LOVE IN DKEAMLAND. "Drunk again, you see, doctor. Yes, drunk again! The same old story. "What next?" It was a pale young man in the thirties who spoke thus, and there was an exceeding weariness in the tone of his voice and bearing. The great physician who sat opposite to him, nodded gravely. Aye," continued the young man, in the same dreamy manner as before, "I just recollect something about it. I was picked up in the gutter by a policeman last night. My front teeth, I find, had been kicked down my throat, or out of it—at all events they were gone but I managed to make'myself intelligible, and hiccoughed out that 1 lived here. It was a lie—I always tell lies at these times—but I was afraid to go home. Home! I have no home—but at my brother's house. Why was I afraid? I was afraid because I had lobbed him. I had stolen his wife's minature and the coral nccklace of his child to buy drink. I have spent the money for which I pawned them and here I am again." He spoke without the smallest...

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. — 10 December 1880

:3ale,v' iismorclt Srilwne. g? gfe 4.dtt*«BER«Y. •MUSSES Ss^SSeHt^'tlON RATSB: \K^*x*Zy *?f° §«««$**% 150 it«Qt, men and' mm fei ... *. re XDvSSMSiSG kATES. ^Lwai anrl foreign tae'iness notices 1G tents im'e-.'of Nob^WteU type* ett&ll insertion. Ten ^^TN3te*%totoiA *ffar3s, fow IttiteB or !8S8» $10 tyer fctttoWW-. AdV^V-tW^^'ntP 'colniftn of "Want?-, lfot ,,: etc., 10 cents per line eacli I nserWoft-. .. i. Legal notices at rtegulat statute tares. Original poetry $1 per line. .. ,r for contract i-ates of tli splayadvert!sing apply %t this office or send for advertising rate card. JftfELIGIOtTS SERVICES. ^lKTHBMST CHURCH—Services every Sun­ day in the new church on oth street, atn a. in. and 7FT. HI. Hunday school immediately after morning peryice. Prayer meeting every Wednesd-ay evening at the parsonage at 7:30 p. J. M. BOLL, Pastor. ^KEsRvTEniAN CiitmcH.—Sunday service at 11 a, Ev.and 7:00 p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited: seats free. Sunday school immediately aTtfe* mor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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