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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, D.T. [N.D.]) 1873-1875, November 03, 1875, Image 4

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Monthly StLmmrnxj*
OCTOI1H.
Mean Barometer, 29.863
MU& iertiQijfcter»?4jf.?fl
llSfa HotriWity,
Highest Barometer, 30.355
Lowest Barometer, 29.2T5
Highest Temperature 8f deg.
Lowest Temperature 21 deg.
Monthly Range o^Tempe^ture, ^4
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Total Rainfall 2.3T inches.
Prevailing Wind^Nprthw^
Total number of miles traveled,
Jsfe'.i Plymouth Buck Gloves at J. H.
ifitrsti all's.
.!.".+ T~T--
WhenJpotklclabliatchyoarsleeve
And lead you off to
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The/fa 11
Election Aays have come,
yea*5^ 1
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Ppjr, Trunks and Valises go to J. W.
Raymond
&
Co.1*.
ra9tpry
Asa Fisfte^&card-<appears in the di-
this week. ^Asa, keeps the finest
goods'in tbe lahd, and is one of the best
in the business.
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Lad ion' Monitor Over Shoes at J. H.
Marsh all's.
OoK B. M. Brown having rented the
"•JHfrhston Mansion" for a residence will
move the Land Office into it for the
winter, at an fearly day, thus saving
rrfnt, Which the earnings of the office
scarcely pay.
Sweet Potatoes by the barrel at J. W.
Raymond CJo.'s.
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Maximum velocity of wind 34 miles per hoar.
Ko. of Cloudy,Days other tl»an those on which rain
fell 7
Number of days op which rain (ell, 10.
lUTo/ Auroras, None
N6. df Solar Hatbs, None
Ko. of Lnnar Hales, one.
Hand Knit Sock* J. H. Marshall's.
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Articles on Btirrleijgh County Farms
will becantipued next-we$k,
*JBM 7t^ OaTalry^cp^t^r^wisi^dHbid
ed success. The music is commended
on jamy hand.
ijav by
ftre in this-vicinity, lately, renders the
statfoQ gf LincoJ" to*9
winter a
send
klj MWO l»ViVW»w» """/T"""
W
i£r wg basnftincr^Mtd
Gen Cs ihbw ^xcluders^-the latest \m
proted ore* *hdto*AtPJi'1,5BE9 Marshall's.
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The rite'dfiS^iftnstioiP #fi admin
iate^edr by Bishop Seidepbuah at the
Oatoblfe fefcordi on1 Sunflaiy. About
bv^'cotfftitn^d. !W*hwi Genin
^oEorty wer» pr^ent. Thomas
MoGpwan. married
lot.
a magistrate,
at' ^dpj3rm»tipn of the
marmgtf by tfii' fifergft as' appears by
aotic« elsewhere.
O^Gftb(^fils^^^t^ved the lilrf
«at assortment ot wagon. and carriage
Material, of al| kinds, coal and. iron,
ifrought into tb!% country, aiid cati
aow be found at tb^ Pioneer Shop,
sleeves rolled upj'aftd prepared to do
alt kinds of work ion S| ort notice ati$ at
riauoed prices, ana warrants satisfact
itPBi' Ifblbw« tH few b£lfotrs and
works with cti#eir. Give Cfeorj^e ciUl.
dozen felome made socks just receiv
•a at Eisenberg'a. 2t
Louis Agard is very indignant over
ffrljfofr Xork Heralds.treatment of John
Dlfldti, ahd cannot speak of the matter
wICGfttft SwiiTing. He prbnoances the
BepUds story in relation to Dillon's
oonduct on the recent trip to Red doud,
is l^lpua^'&bl^^rcible thih' elegirtt,
(^in ev»nr' particular and says he
«ai prove it by scores of witneiwes.
1
th uialtcr. Tlw Herald man evidently
'{,!Au«Jf *I-Ji u.e iLU-t'? rr :tv..
allon can# *4
_frtil in t«n
W, l'i
Harmet Mtker Woatel*
Jos. Landr«ic of Bismarck wbjo^
the only harness making eSjtabl»n$i.e
in this city,1 wants a firat dasV -'Isariie^s
imker Vi whbm steai^r fe'triplbytisfttatitf
good pay will be guaranteed. Address
Jos. Landre, Bismarck, Di'T.
Lafgest stock of grocerle^ ever W
to Bismarck fine andi-«iiCe -assorted.
J. W. Kaytnond A Co.
Th» Local ftiwflta.
So much ^pice i^ giv«n^ t^ the
election efsewhere that our Focal erection
affairs anMBfbwded ifitb the ^jrief^t
space possible, this_ week, bdt •tne ofln*
ciai count wilt appear irrfwll nwxt week.
It should be noted Ihif'M^rti'Rv'Wil*
son Gep:tP. Flannery^(X P. Hob«rt »nd
H. R. Portdr, nominated on the PTb
neer's ticket published car^ft declining
to be candidates for :ppiiition8 for
which thev were nominated.,
Tft'e csifiid
in Bismarck- Was as follows: Whole
number of votes c^st 3|2. BJbr Gptn'tiJ p
sjooi^V -Pod gft 162,vbunn 150 .Sher­
iff/ McKenzie 800, *A«b 112 Roglst^
Richards i'4.1, Winston 124, Jehningsi
nery 44 Supt. of Schools Mrs. Slaugh
tier 14ft Geb.
A.
Jpy
Coroner^ Slaughter It3, Iveardon 109,
Porter 63 Assessor, C'orey lSS,^Peoples
171. Emmons and Hogan'are probably
elected Justices and Fortune, and Rick-
recefved 20T4, Peoples 171, Emmons 167,
S toy ell 164 an,d Dodge
162,
ties of all votes ^oiledr
At' Painted Woods eleven votes were
cast. Dunn had 8^ Dodge McKenzie
ill, Richards lO^%'Winston'^1, Williams
.11 Stoyell llj Jo^y for Stipir. of Schools,
10, Mrs. Slaughter 1 Reardon 11, Corey
10 attd Peoplss 1.
leaver CTrtek 24 votes polled. PPdge
i22 Dunn 2 McKenzie 2 Ash 22 Rich­
ards 19-JeiiWWg# M^Arifiiiip 21 Wil
liaii)8' 2'^
Stdy^:|4y-Be!einkt^-
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Slaughter and
Mrs. Slaughter are elected.
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Oiie* hundred barrles Green Apples
to arrive a J. W. Raymond & Co.'s.
IPM. N. Beatty will run a passenger
train on the Minnesota Division of the
!J. P. this winter. Frank Probert will
jjive chargo of ?s. P. Affairs at Bismarck,
tfr/ Wilson will have charge of the
stage station at Bismarck aad will bo
in to.wn three uays in the week for that
purpose.
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Contract for your winter's supply of
coal oil at J. W. Raymond $ Co.'s.
New Advertisements
Hotfce.
All persona Indebted (o Ike l»t« firm of Wllsoa A
Porter are eqac-tteil to call and* settle thehracconats
at o«o«,
ROBERT WILSOK..
I. BAILRT. J. LANDRR.
BISMAKC1K
HARDWARE STOKE,
BAILEY & LANDB^ Proprietors.
We.lUMjuaft opened a nev and large liock of
le&rj «ind Shelf Ilardwaro, Store*, 4c. The man
ifkctvreof
ill, Sheet Iron and Copper
Wart
•1S' foldfe a
HiHdg experienced *od competent vtrlawB *U
irork la guaranteed. Special aUeaUon to
Miners and Caxnp Outltto.
Order* from abna wUl receiVe proiapt attention.
Main Street be»wcn"4lhahdlHhF^Bl—arck, P. T.
(tits. wmiMt nooi»4
THOS. MOGOWAN, Proprietor.
Cor. Main and Fifth St.,
BISMARCK. I). T.
Since its present Proprietorship. tfcia.Boase haa
been completely orerbaulei
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R. R. MARSH. ll.'t.MiRSH.
CAPITOL HOTEL,
R. R. Marsk & Co.,
PROPRIETORS.
Only First Cla$s Hot6l in
the City*
ML 1A, IStft.
BKIKABCE. H. T.
Have jttfit Received thteir Fulj
Stock of F^Jll and Winter
Goods,
into the larEet,
•f -.u
'•!.
jor-
each major
'S
4' Plan*
nery6 Mrs. Slaughter 22 'S1 aughter 22.
So IXfid^er'MrBLfcUiie,^ Richii^si Mc
Arthur, Stny«ll} Peoples
1
refttted, aad now af­
fords the be^ aecomiaodatCms Tor Qie least mo&ejr.
Oct."iT, 18T5. tf.
^ismarok, D. T, Orders^£5rdi» the
JS
Embracing Ambng bther Things
600 Sacks Flour,
400&aol^ Com,!
2000 Bushels Oats'.
2 Oar (*oads Ground Feed,
75Bbls Sugar,
50 0hest8 Tea,
25 Bbls White Beans,
50 Bbls Assd. Crackers,
5OBbl$^ JL^pl0s^i,
25 Sacks Rio Coffee,
50 caddies Plug Tobabco,
IO cases Smoking Tobacco,
100,000 Assorted Cigars,
Syrups and Molasses, Bacon
Hams, Fish, Salt, Cranberries,
lanned Goods, Raisins, Prunes,
Spices and anything, in fact,
Wantedin the Fancy Grocery
Line.
Tu«ik stock
Zt.y-.it.'-A
v,:.:
Embraces Ladles' DRB83 tfOODS of airao«t erery
texture. Including the LATEST STTLB3 of
PRINTS,
GINGHAMS,
POPLINS!,
ALPACAS,
ION A CLOTHS,
SERGE,
ENGLISH
CASSIMERES,
WATER PROOFS,
IrC., 6rC.
Ladies' and ^Cjents' HyjH/pftNt
and furnishing Goods of
Every Nature.
LARIGANS,
TOWELIN&j,
AND NOTION8.
a&d Soy»r
rijj Lit l*j£.
YdnixgMenvWork-
iag and Bnsiness HGix,
Soldiers aad Cit-
iaens.
Attd iher do not Inlbikd lo bi
Vnderiol
bI
Id.
Spedial Atteiitidk
givbn to
and Indian Agencies,
XeLXAN & KACOTDiBL
Erin »rtl 'rr^xiJ?
$ast
UMRivomj
Main
BMBME&0 OLOTB,
PMIMTS, Z^UHS#
iv
TABLE
Have I&dMve Sale'
At
jwiraorji ,n
Graham Flour, GrounU
VTiMiO. V'Qkl
8treet, Bisraard^l3bwTx^
,,4
JM txsintL
Tfce Nolbitiit Suits in
mi link op bry eooav, ailiiuiMv^o/
HATBijm&trMtmr4
J-
& JrCk
K.i MiS
JAMES JDO
WFPTnTT^B1
fli
PJ if
at Low
FRED.
WJiolesale Groceries
J. W. RAYMOND &
J. W. RAYMOND & CO.,
The Only Houm West of St. JPatU,
that 1eeep» a full stock df
BEDSTEADS,
CHAIRS,
TABZ.&S,
J. W. RAY
A OOMI'i ri'K srrOCK OF
fO«« fts» OK^T-ONli ci!j
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or Ama!lqukritItte§litlDirprt^.
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ill
a
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l.'fu'Y tf S'd
atSh^rt N0ti%d| and
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mm
Etc.
0rders.of^7 .deser­
tion wm be Prompter
M:
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Satltfaeflife "goaranteedi llihi
ei„fi!ittat «k,:D..L,^ T^aStf
1 /'fit' 1 ir.
HIT I IT RE,
WASH STANDS,
XATTRESSES,
'mi
aaifcsE
turn
or
Floorer
if.,.
Awi
QUILTS, trO.
i'J y'J(j
hn#» 7!*T
y*
P^Wibv
eBBgim
OORHEAD'
Our BISINQ SUN H»* tioto Bwomiieid Equal tt
ahjt
saf bright iit» thisCftuntrjl
Brands.
»»t
MOORHEAO MAHxrr^er aiiro dou
.ScrMDiDgs, etc.^ far sals in Urt»
H. A. Manager, Moorhead, Minn.

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