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"Ttm From the Tribmne Reporter's
Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street.
E. H. Bly is winner of about $1300 on
Saturday night Yon Suppe's master
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
H. G. Coykendall rejoices at the addi
tion in the person of a little girl to his
The happiest man in the city after hear
ing the result in New York was Capt.
Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.,"Pinafore,"
for the accommodation of ladies and
Wednesday night "The Great Parisian
Hit Girofle Giiotta," byNatlial English
Thursday evening "Cox & Box" and
"Trial by Jury." Tickets for saJe at Hol
lembaek's drug store.
Don't fail to see the "Grand Ducliesse"
at Raymond's Hall, by the Nil thai En
glish Opera Company.
Secure your seats eariv for the Nathal
English Opera Company. The largest
and most complete company on the road.
The Standing Rock'lndi ans killed over
1200 head of bulFalo on their recent hunt
south of the North Pacific railroad ex
Nathal English Opera Company, twen-.
ty-two ailists, appear at Raymond's Ilall
on Monday night in Offenbach's "La
Mr. Pumniliy, a well known gen!Ionian
oi ()\v('? o, New Y(«k, is in the city look
in" the country over with a vie^v of plant
ing a colony on the Missouri slope.
Judge Bowru's room, in the brick block
"Wednesday morning suggested midnight
hilarity, but thejudge savs lie had noth
ing to do with it. Only two baskets.
Fred Hollcmbaek reports the cars now
running to East Pierre. He returned
from that point last week after a "veiy
successful summers work contracting.
If the face is the index of the soul, Mr.
S. II. Emerson is certainly the happiest
man in the city. The cause is the ap
pearance of a ten pound boy on Monday
1). O. Preston is a granger now, having
moved on to his Soldier 'Homestead near
the Major Pitts farm, on Apple Creek.
Mr. Goss, the new lawyer from Michigan,
also moved on to a homestead a lew weeks
"While there is snow in Minnesota that
will last uutii next spring. Northern Da
kola is enjoying an almost perpetual au
tumn, without snow or rain and but very
little cold weather. Come west old man,
Sam Whitney, the Bismarck Opera
House manager, announces for next week
in addition to his present mammoth en
tertainment the re-appearance of the Don
aldsons. Miss Alii}-Santley has been on
the boards again this week, receiving a
The services at the Episcopal church
•are now conducted by Rev. J. G. Miller.
Mr. Miller is a pleasant and earnest
speaker and conducts the services far bet
ter than the late rector, Mr. Yeater, and
ibei is no good reason why Mr. Miller
.should not Us supported handsomely.
The Burleigh count}' court house was
finished and turlied over to the county,
Monday. Clias. Wundt, agent of P. J.
Paul}- & Bro., contractors, St. Louis, came
up Saturday, completed the settlement,
..and left on Monday's train. The house
is a model structure, and the contractor
-did not make a cent out of the job.
However, it will serve as an advertise
ment, as many court houses will soon be
•built in Dakota.
is pleased to call atten
tion to the advertisement ot Taylor &
Williams in this issue ofthepaper. These
•gentlemen are thoroughly conversant
with the wants of Dakotains, and know
ow often th.ey feel the need of competent
and trust.,woMhy agents in a great busi
liess centre like Ch icago. Tlicy are both
old Dakotaians, but 'Mr. Williams has
been engaged in Chicago for three years
past and lias an extensive business ac
quaintance in all lines and bus saved
—many dollars to his patrons by personal
.attention to having their orders filled.
Mr. Taylor, late of the Herald, at Yank
ton, is widely known alj through the ter
ritory as an honorable, upright business
man, and we therefore Juiye no l.iesitency
in recommending this tirnj ,to those who
want anything in any line at wholesale
prices. They will promptly answer all
letters of inquiry and give prices on any
Drift "Wood Picked up Alone the
The Terry left Friday night for Buford.
'Die Gicn, Meade passed down the river
his week lor the witer.
The Uatchelor left Buford last night
for live Musselshell.
The Helena left Monday for Sioux City
'where she will winter.
The Eclipse arrived "Wednesday from
Coal Bank*. She is now loading and
leaves for Bufoid to-morrow.
The Benton arrived at Sioux Ciiy Mon
tlay lasl. iJh.e ui#de a few repairs on her
•wheel aud proceeded on down to St.
The Sherman is loading and wi32 leave
lo-tnorrow night tor Buford with govern
ment freightSuul sixly reeruiis who will
arrive on the evening's train.
The Butte arrived from Cow Island
Tuesday, having on board the Maguire
engineer corps, Col. Stevens in charge.
She left for Sioux City yesterday..
The e. ask Hills Unit rand.
Chief Engineei Clement6 and vie#,
president-"W. "W. Lamau. went over tli#
irivgr Wednesday to locate a starting point
8l«r jth« preliminary survey of the roatj
•tfroc* Bjsniarck to the Black Mil's. Th*
«x)int clioscn is alxnqt seven miles beyond
^aiittai. from tlveyaee the line runs due
what is fcwwn as the Custer
«W£jJLcnt of farmiig land.
The headquarters of the road, as stated
heretofore, will be at Bisni&rck, from
which point the Noith Pacific track will
be used to the place of departure Hill
warda beyond Mandan. Mr. Clements,
the chief engineer, is a young man ol abil
ity, and Dr. Laman is to be congratulated
upon the selection of so capable a man
for the responsible position. The survey
of the line will be pushed, as soon as
Clements returns from St. Paul, where he
goes to procure his outfit.
Schiffler, the Merchant Tailor, is prepared to
furnish erery one with Overcoats at popular
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures the most
obstinate cases of liver complaint.
The Only Place
In town to find the nobby Cigarette Ilat in at
and Stationery at
Dwnn & Co's.
Best Select Oyster*
Received daily by
W. H. Thurston & Co.
Who isajucltre of a good meal, where to go
and they will all tell von to «o to
For coal at St. Paul prices with treijrht added.
J. W. Raymond fe Co.
AH the Raye
Thos« dear little Turban Hats at
Merchants Hotel, pets the best luncheon in
the city, every night in the week.
Maksii & Wakehan.
21 istses' and Children- Shoes,
At bottom prices at.
Sead vour orders for Oysters to
if'. M. Th-nrsfon & Co.
I irst-Class Meals
Furnished at Ftrster"s Ecstanrant on short
Fii'tv tons Hard Coiil. Two Tlumli-ed tons P.abj
Mine lit J- Vv". Raymond
ixilt &.('(£e Mutter
Login's on 3d stroct.
Go to Host wick & Arnold's Cor screen doors.
Wake your arrangements for winter coal be
fore the advances. J. VV. Uatsiond «lc. Co.
Ar) Rx'erf lent Lunch.
At the Merchants'bar every evening.
Window Glass sf ail sizes.
'i'l.e celebrarod Gold Seal brand Oysters re
ceived dailv at Braug's.
I will make it to your interest to call and ex
amine and bur my Hoys' Clothing, as I am
bound to go out of this line altogether. Call
early for the biggest bargains ever offered by
Sol lo jiff Short of Unmistakabe Ben
Conferred npon tens ef thousands of sufferern
conld originate and maintaih the reputation
which Atbb's Sabsapa billa etijoys. it is a
compound of the best vegetable alteratives^
with the Iodides of Pofassunl and Iroa, and is
the most effectual of all remedies for scrofulous*
mercurial, or blood disorders. tJnifbrmly sue
cessful and certain in its remedial effects, it pro
duces rapid and complete cares of Scrofula*
Sores, Boils, Humors, Pimples, Eruptions, Skin
Diseases and all disorders arising from itnpliri1
ty of the blood. By its invigarating effects it al
ways relieves and often curcs Liver Complaints,
Feiliale Weaknesses and Irregularities and is a
poteifit rencwcr of vitality. For purifying the
blood it has
equal. It tones up the system,
restores and preserves the health, and imparts
vigor and energy. For forty years it has been
in extensive use, and is to-day the most availa
ble medicine for the suffering sick, anywhere.
For sale by all dealers.
The Spring foeth Harrow is
the best. Sold by W. H. Thurs
ton & Co.
Select Oysters received daily
by express. Thurston & Co.
Lamps and Fixtures
A fine selection at
Dunn & Go's.
Have fitted up the Niagara Sample Room in
elegant style. Call in every night and sample
their fine lunch.
You Should Stop at the Merchants
When visiting Bismarck. Their accommo
dations can not be surpassed.
Mama, buy me a sui t. and overcoat for the cold
weather at Sig Hauaucr's. He sells so awfully
chuap now as he -svsuits to get rid of his entire
stock of Hoys'and Youth's Suits and Overcoats.
Jtforster's on Htl
Woi'xter'fu on 'id fi?..
Where you can get. the best day board ia His
mnrck at $5 per
XsCijan, of Thit'd toireaf.
FULL HiUSTE OF
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Carpets.
I wish to inform the people in the city and surrounding country
that I have received my full winter stock, which is now
open for inspection. My stock consists of all the
latest novelties and staples, as below
mentioned Give us a call and
see all the latest styles.
Our Assortment in Shawls, Cloaks, Dolmas, Ulsters, Felt and Flannel
Skirts is now complete, and can not be excelled in the Northwest.
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Underwear
A Specialty, in all sizes and qualities. Children's Combination and
OUR LINE OF HOSIERY
Is Complete in Ladies' and Children's French, British and Domestic
and almost any shade and quality.
OUR DRESS DEPARTMENT
Is Complete and contains, as usual, the Latest Novelties in the Market.
In Cashmeres I have almost any shade and quality, and Trimmings to
match. Also a full line of APPLE TON DRESS FLANNELS.
LADIES' CLOTHS AND KEPELLANTS,
A Complete Assortment.
Flannels of all Colors in Quilt and Pressed.
YARNS, YARNS, YARNS.
In Yprns-I have a larger and better assortment' than any former
year. I have a full line of the celebrated Cashmere Yarn never before
kept in Bismarck also a full line of Germantown and Zephyr "Wors.
teds also Java, lioneycomb and Burlass Canvas, Slipper Patterns,
I liaro Try full fall stock of Ladies' and Childrens' slices the best
$5 to $20 35
St. Paul Branch Clothing House.
GRAND DISPLAY OF
town, and will be sold at the lowest price#
HT" "Wc are daily receiving New Fall Goods, and people living up
or down the country, who cannot leave to examine these good#, will
please send lor samples. All orders will be promptly attended to.
ff" Jteiiiemlver the place,
JUyvlond's brick &Jlo.ck^ next d^or to poBtoj$eG,'$isBaro]&
of feed for sale
Good ftabiiug in connection with the Mer
chants Hotel. Mausii & VVakkman
clay at l:onic easily r»ade
$ I Costly Outfit free. Address Tkub & Co.
per day at home. Samples worth
free. Address Stf.wson Co.
Pj TO Portland.
OL. S LJ
Agency Business in the
World. Expensive outfit, free.
week in your own '.own. Terms and £,5
outfit free. Address 11. IIai.i.ett & Co.
ij^llENCII Kid side lace ami buttoned boots,
the jieatest vet. at Mabsuai.l's.
AWEST'i ATi S5 €A15VASSEKS
Make from **.$5 t« !S51) jH'f w*ek selling
goods lor E. G. 1'tlDEOUT & CO., 10Barclay St.,
Send for their Catalogue and terms. lGyl
WANTS, FOR SAXJB, KENT, ETC?
SALE. —B. H. Bly In addition to his con
tract with the N. P. for 10,000 ton* of coal
is prepared to furbish the trade both local and
OR SALE.—Hay and oats. Bay in Btadk or
cleliTeredin town. Iaquire of Henry Snt
tld, one mile south of Vjwb on the Apple
OR RE NT OR SALiE^The store room in
Tkibukb block. Enquire of S. Selleck.
Stillwater, Minn. 18tf
and Bismarck people generally,
who have been short of milk flhouid
order of Oscar Ward, w,ho will keep lip with the
demands of trade no matter how fast Bieinarck
inay increase its population.
ANTED—Situation—A young man wishes
of any kind where he Can
make hrmself useful. Is afairclerk ard willing
to work at anything that is not dishonorable.
Address lock b*ox63,"Bismarck. 24-25
girl. Enquire of
Port Lincr-ln, D. T, 23tf.
Mausii & Wakeman.
hurston & Oo.'s
Fort. Yates 25 wood choppers
to commence work at once. To good men
employment qnaranteed until February 1. Will
pay from One Dollar and One Dollar and Fifty
Cents per cord, according to location.
22-25 Agent for Contractor.
acres Stubble Plowing to let
in l®ts to suit contractors. Shelter fur
nished horses and mea. Price $2 25 per acre
application to be made atonce to Cnyler Adams,
manager Spiritwood Farm. 20if
heavy Silver Hunting Case Watch.
A liberal reward will be paid for its return
to E. L. Strauss. 2G*
widow, age 45. no incumbran
ces, wishes te correspond with a western
gentleman of suitable age. Object matrimony.
Address, Mrs. Lou Birney, box219, Eaton Rapids,
Eaton Co.. "Mich. 24*
ERSONAL—A lady ol'good standing, 0yenrs
ol'age, wishes to opun correspondence with
gentleman of from 40 to 55 venrs. Object
matrimony. Addres, .Mrs. P. Waldron, boi 2o,
Eaton Rapids, Michigan. 24*
SloJ3C'?/ to Iahih.
ONEY to LOAN.
•.Jt.f F. J. Oai.t..
O r\ TO LOAN on Ileal Estate or
t:i)O.UuU security, in
ONEY TO LOAN—Terms satisfactory to
suit borrowers,""" Enquire of
M. 1'. Statticrt.
411Jra 4SThird Street. IMswr.rc.k. D, T.
1)1 ICS1 line: shoes a specialty. Lnrjre in
just received at Maksuali/s, 76 Alain
a ET yonr watch regulated at Day & Plants,
2SJ.i, iiiain street.
AT WHOLEBALR BY
FINEST FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
Dry Us and Hons,
Ever brought to the Territory, at
W. B. WATSON'S.
Ladies be sure and see this Fine Display of
Goods, consisting of
Black and Colored Silks and Satins.
Damasse novelties in Silk Velvet
Plain elvets, Handkerchief Suit
ings Cashmere and Momie Cloths.
Serges in all Shades, at astonishing
No. 80 Main St.
S. WEAVER & CO.,
LUMBER, SHINGLES AMD LATH.
Ami Couit&elors and Builders of all Classes of
Bnildings, Plans and Hpeeifieatbns.
Estimates faraiahed on short notico.
3IACNIDER &. CO.
Harness Makers and Saddlers,
Tribute Slock, 41 Bfain St
Keep a Complete Assortment of
IlJEffiS, SABIILLX WM1PS, ETC,
RepairiiiS a Speaialt^- MM
fto. 42 Main Street.
Liquors and Cigars.
naving taken charge of the place formerly oc
cupied by John Meik, I have refitted the bar and
put in the best stock of Liquors to be found in
the city. I invite special attention t» my brands
of Cigars and ask all my old frtends to call and
see meat mv new etandypposite the post office.
sums to suitr ln-
FI.ANNKr.Y & Wktheury.
Al-o RliJps, Snot-Owns, etc., at
Co.. J. if. Iil'TLIiWHU).
WtiafnAsr't. OjcJon li'lii'a, cor.Clra'fc&LaJie&t.CliiCiijto
with StE3F.I!M.ATSSM, PAK.AI.X^l!^
XKITKAIi«IA. and SSX
IJAffi JJBBiMTY «en«ra! 121 Mealth,
Wasting, Decay, I'l'inus-.y KSiSPnwe.w. !»p»
nal 51»'i'Kea»Ci». ly»£epKi», JEtc.. jKt«., to
whom will be sent my book on Medical Electri
city, and Electro Galvanic Delts, world renown
ed'lor their success in saving many lives, by
?fW}},7 Ail S)1WKA»R».
Send SvBiptoms and stamp for Dia ii»sia t.o 15$.
a. W iF&SiMES, 474
SVlain Street, Opposite Post Office.
St- Pais! Branch
is in the field and would kindlj in
vite your attention to the largest
and best selected stock of goods
in the city. I will make it d«cid
edly to your interest to call and
examine goods and prices before
consieti of ready mad© Clothing,
selected from the
in the land. Gents' Furnishing
Goods fanging from the cheapest
to the finest kept in any Broadway
Store in New York.
HATS AND CAPS.
My stock comprises the Stat#©*,
and Derby, and all of the latest
Novelties of the season.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
My stock is the best and I sell only
the best goods made, at
DZT'Come one and thousands to
the ST. PAUL BRANCH CLOTH-?
ING HOUSE, where you can ex
pect to find a square deal.
48 MAIN STREET.
Opp. Postoffiee, Bismarck, D. T.