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Stinipson's candy maker is an expert. ffew and elegant toys cheap at Dunn & CSp's. frank Geist lias a new stock of jewelry, etc., on the road. The Sheridan House, of this city, is valued at $61,000. The holiday stocks of goods arc begin ning to look thin. Mr. Emerson, of the Sheridan House, drives an elegant four-in.liaud. The dance at Champion Hall last even ing was a success in every respect. Dunn & Co. have received a very choice assortment of Graham's harness soap and toilets. A velocipede passed through by ex press last week for C'apt. E. P. Ewers, Ft. Keogh. Mandan visited Bismarck last evening in a mass. About thirty cauie over 011 a epecial train. Not a fight oefcu-red in Bismarck yes terday, and but one man was seen in a ^weaving way." Charley Williams is having a terrible run on that excellent brand of cigars, "Pride of Bismarck." Cattle that art depending on prairie grass for a living this winter will not snake good beef ia the spring. Sam Lee will not go into the "washce" business again through fear of having to pay for clothes lost in the lire. Clias. IvVipitz will have a full supply of *11 kinds of game, fish, etc.. for New Years. Its on Hie road somewhere now. Mr. Casey, keeping a saloon at Green River, on the North Pacific extension was frozen to death in the recent storm. Call at Dan Eisenberg's and see those latest styles of New Years and visiting cards for sale at THE TKIBUNF. job rooms THE TURN CINE job OLEEE has just re •ceived the finest assortment of New Year's and visiting raids over brought into the territory. Col. E. F. Brown, who spent the sum mer with Win. Falconer, at Painted Woods, committed suicide a few days ago in New York. The Merchants and the Sheridan House bills of fare for yesterday's dinners, were «nly excelled in excellence by the dinners themselves. Hallett & Keating, now of Lcadville, Col., lost about $500 in the fire, as they owned the fixings, blocks, hooks, -etc., in Kupit/-' meat market. J. Dunn wishes to express, through THE TRIBUNE, his many thanks to the cit izens of Bi imarek for iheir kind assist ance both at and after the tire. The aggregate value of holiday goods sold in this city is astonishing. Every firm Had a complete assortment of fine goods, which were almost entirely dis posed of. It is not known by all why it is that the 25th day of December is celebrated every year throughout the land. The truth is Jack Dunn was forty ycais old yesterday. Strong. Hackett- & Co., wholesale hard ware dealers ot'Wt Paul, write I. Bui ley & .. expressing solid sympath}- in the way of offering assistance to again start in business. Nellie Comeford has,opened a dress making establishment on Fourth Street near the residence ot Charles Stanton, and is prepared to do work warranted to please on short notice. "W. B. Watson's stock of holiday goods was very fine and his sales were enor mous. Ilis stock of dry goods is as fine as any in the west and rivals nearly any ia either Minneapolis or St. Paul. J. II. Marshall saved all his books and papers as well as did the rest of the burned-out parties. If you owe them any thing show your appreciation of their en terprise by settling immediately. The performances at the Opera House are excellent. Manager Whitney is giv ing the best show in the west. Miss Em ma Wells, the four voiced vocalist, is one of the best singers in the whole country. The several hundred men working on the extension of the North Pacific in the Bad i.ands and on this side of them, are having a pretty rough time of it. With extreme and unusually cold weather and short supplies, and little fuel, it will be a matter of wonder if many of them do not suffer. Mr. McNanuy, who came in yes terday, says his men were reduced to beans and "water some days ago. The necessity for a night telegrapii operator at the Bismarck office is very great. There is probr.bly not. an operator in the country who does more work than •Mr. Carrahan. The number of specials alone, that would be sent if there was some one at the office during the night, would nearly pay his salary, to say nothing of thecovenience to business. David Crowther, who has been a physi cal and mental wreck, since lost between Ft. Buford and Tongue river for several days, two years ago, died at Bismarck last week." Mr. Crowtlu-r was one'ofthe oldest settlers in this vincinity and was respected by all who knew him. Though he has been an object of pity, .almost, through his misfortunes mauy a silent tear was dropped when it was known that Dave was called to his long home. On the 1st of Janury all of the express business done on the Northern Pacific railroad will be done by tlie No.rth Paci fic company and on that date all of the offices of the U. S. company will be turned over to the N. P. William J. Footner, who visited Bismarck last week, in com pany with Mr. Towne, will be the super intendent with headquarters in St. Paul, j. E. Olds, the present efficient and popu lar airent of the U. S. Co., will have charge of the Bismarck office. Louis Heckler wishes TIIE TRIBUNE to correct its statement that he was concern, ed in moving the scenery of the Vincent combination out of the back window. The goods h« savs were moved after all bills were guaranteed with the consent of Mr. Messerve, and all matters were satisfac torily adjusted. Loui3, by the way, ie one of the equarest men it is our pleasure to know, and the Vincents took more than ordinary care :n their efforts to pre serve their reputation free from taint. Citizens, of Bismarck, who have occa sion to call for the services of an archi tect should remember that C. N. Daniels, well known to all Minnesota builders, who drew th'e plans and specifications of several of Minnesota's most important buildings, is now located at Fargo From an acquaintance of many years, and fam iliarly with the work done by Mr. Daniels, THE TRIBUNE most heartily commends him and his work to any one in need of anything in his line. Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 02 Main stieet. A large assortment of Gold and Silver Watches at DAY & PLANTS. Toilet Articlea, Perfumery, of all kind*, etc. at W. A. UOLLBXBABK'B. Examine J. H. Marshall's stock of Plymouth tiluves before purchasing. Hound to Do It. Sig Hanaucr is going to Europe and will, for the sake of raising money to go with, sell anything vou want between now and New Years at sacrificing prices. Come and secure the best bargains ever offered, as this is no humbug but plain truth. Just Received at J. C. Cadj*'s, pretty and scrvicable liol iday goods, ladies' and children's willow chairs, cribs, doll cradles, toy furniture setts, sleighs, nobby rocking horses, etc Call and examine my goods at Cady's Furniture store, Third street, Bismarck. Just Received. At *. H. Marshall'*, 7th Cavaljy »aloon build ing on 4th etriM-t, at German Socks, Hasd- knit Sock*, Overshoes, and Canadian jBoot-paoks, by pair or dozen. Ladies' Bracelets, solid gold and rolled plate, at, DAY & PLANTS. Stonejf to Ijoan. Terms satisfactory to suit borrowers. M. P. SLATTEEY, 12ui4 Third Street. Bismarck. I). T. Over 20 doz Solid Gold Rings at DAY PLANTS. 1Verk Ties. Gents and ladies neck ties. An alegant line £ISXNI*ISHQ'S. Notice. All persons indebted to J. II. Marshall are kindly requested to call and settle, as it will IU conic ia good play. Married. BOLLES—BARDSLE Y.—At the residence of the jjrroom, oil 5th fit., Tuesday evening Dec. 23, 1873, by the liev. J. (ionon .Miller, Mr. Kmnk D. Holies to .Miss Annie Jiaidaley, both of this ci:y. I a n*Apg MAaKiiSTifii A THOROUQU REFalEDY for disorders of the stomach, trpMffy of t' liver, tncli fon and dl furbn ten trie oaioial fore •. wiii debilitate. It. no equivalent. & can a sube'ifc-ste. It should n^t onlimnl-d with 1 frifnrrto roiRpo'jml-rf ch*sp ti'3 aud ousentiul oilc, of en colit under tho namo of Bitters. ROW FAME R.Y D£IR«CR®TS. OKO«:IS:TS AK® WISE KEIL 2XA.VTS EVERYWHERE. C. S. WEAVER & CO. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES AND liTH. Doors, Stub and alouldlnjjs. Also Contractor* and Builders of all classes of Inklings, Piiifis and Specification?. Estimates furnished on short notice. TAXES DUE. Notice is here by given that all personal proper ty tax in the coun ty of Burleigh for the year 1879 is now due. W.B. WATSON, County Treasurer. Bl8«--.rek,D. T„ lec. 1, 1870. 1880. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 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'J'., on a judgement, rendered therein in an action wuer« in .John A McLean was plaintiff and Ausiey Orav and Mrs An^ley Gray were dcleudents against the goods mid hatiel* and lauds of th said defendants. 1 have levied upou the right title and interest which the euid defendants had on ilie ninth ay of May, 1879, iu and to the tol ib.wiug de-cribed personal property to wit: One secretary or writing desk One breakfast table One parlor stool One pailor chair wo bureaus One Students lamp One camp cliair One door mat One set window curtain* Three feather pillows One comforter One spring mattress Three blaukets One bed spread One parlor chair One parlor stool Oiie rug F.ooi- matting One rocking chair Two parlor chitirs '1 v/o cuiii seat chair* On" ovai st.-iud One binl mattress and spring One students lamp Tbree feather pillows One coinforti Three woolen blanket* One mattress One bed spread One parior chair One stool One rug One trunk and contents Five pictures One crimper One bedstead, mattress, washstind One library One clothes wringer. Two cane-bottom chairs One rocking chair All of which shall expose for sale and sell to the highest bidder nt the front door of Engine Hi-.II so culled iu the City of Bi.-marck, D. T., beiug the place where said District Court was last, held On the twenty-ninth day of,.December, 1879, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. ALEXANDER MCKENZIB, heritl Burleigh County, T. STOYELL & BALL. Plaintiff's Alt'ys. Dated iov.^itiih, 187'J. 27-32 ELDER & CO., Proprietors Pacific Saloon, 74 Main Street. Fir«t-Class Liquors and best brands of dears. Centrally located and the popular resort oi' the Boys. 36 tf 0 f! |W Broken-down, Debilitated II (V Constitutions. Both male and l'e ]fl .male, and all difficult cases. ior which I [help can be obtained nowhere else— j"arr ilound to be so by undeniable facts. A I'triM' TlK'ot't/. No lie crlit in n. '.'i'tl I I1,1U P''ac,ical results of forty years' ex "liorienee will be shown to "invalids in r'amphlos and Circulars by addressing the emi nently successful ii\ i.itio. W. Forbes. 174 W. Fo.irth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 13yleow WATER! WATER! 25 Cents Par Barrel. Buy your water from the GREEN TANKS RUN BY Harrigan & Marble. Best in the City. nling v7n3tf f-1 tLf 13 -H-T' Von can make -E.-3L Jt^ IS money bv sel our Sterling Chemical Wicks—Nev- '8k—er needs trimming—No smoke or smell —10 cents each. 3 for 25 cents. Send -tamp for catalogue of Wonderful Inventions, uapie and faucv goods. Parsons, Foster Jb Co., l£j Olark St., Chicago. Thos. YanEtten, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MtlSSIARCK D. T. Stf .. V. .-f c.ipiJal. with ,..i Hi iHimi!"!". ill. !, I ... J.I.M. i. :i I wIlllfBlleS* ,i o"«! '.-vs :w a. I rim HMCVCI I s-.u-k iir»l iujcn.Iiinlleil Portland. Maine. 572 Iraa. J..\-.v tKN. fc CO., £5 5'liv.x', New 'iolrlt. fCC week in your own town. -pDU ontiit free. Terms and $5 Address H. HALLBTT & Co., A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily made. Costly Outfit free, Address Tuva. & Co. Augusta, Ualae. $ Wholesale 98 Main Street, Day & Plants, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Also dealers iu aU kinds of SEWING MACHINES. JismarckFlouring Mills, BISMARCK, DAKOTA. BENNETT &. BURT, Proprietors. Manufacture tho Choicest of Brands of Family Flour. "PRIDE OF BISMARCK," -AJKTID "BUET'S BEST"—-PATEIT PROCESS. Warrantrd to give entire satisfaction. Also keep constantly on hand Corn Skill, Fwd, Oraliam, Flour, Bran and Shorts. Orders £iven will be promptly attended to and delivered free to any part of the city. McLEAN & MACNIDBB, Sole Agents for Schlitz's Export Beer and Peasley's Ale and Porter. Main St, BISMARCK, D. T. IW. RAYMOND & CO, WHOLESALE GROCER! BISMARCK, H. T« JOHN LUDEWIG, DEALER IN Clothing', Boots and Shoes, puf TsrisHinsrcs- goods, Grocwics Provisions, Tobaccos, Cigars & Smokers' Goods. GOODS SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES. Kew Stock, New Store and Low Prices. Call and examine and see for yourselves. 20tf J. O. OADY. Furniture and Undertaking, No. 19 NORTH THIRD ST., D. T. PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, ETC. DUNN CO., I O N E E I S S A Fall Lino of ftnigs, Mcincs, Paints, 0 is, (Jlass, Etc., WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. CATARRH SURE CUBE FOB Will be mailed with iNSUi FkATOit all compMc for #1.50. Address iyil. C. K. SYKE8. 109 li. Madison St., Cliicapo, III., who \va3 cured by itnineyearsa.^o. Thous ands cured since. If afraid or iieinp liumliii^swl. njitnt" this pa per. and send ten cent* to pay printing and posrnpe for Bool of full information, testimonials,et€ You will never regret it. ASA FISHER, Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUORS AR9 CIGARS. Main-st., opp. Sheridan Hooso. Sole Agent for Val Slats' Milwaukee Premium Export Lager Beer. SEND O W I A Portland, He., for best Agency Business ia IdM World*.. JjUpetuuTe oaUU free. rocors. Bismarck, D. T. MONTANA MARKET, Corner Second and Main Streets, JUSTUS BitAGG & CO., DEALERS IN FRESH AND SALT KEATS, FISH, POULTRY, GAB1E, Better, Eggs, Vegetables, Fruit Canned Goods. Special Attention given to the Steam JOfcf 'boat Trade. W. H. W. GOKER. Proprietoi TONSORIAL PARLORS, Main Street, next to Merchants Bank. Hair-CuttiDg and Shimpooias: A Specialty. Hot and Cold Baths. .4 Free Gift!™.^ with RHEUMATISM, P^RALYIjli#. KBSlTKALtUA. SKKVOJJS and Sid UAL UEBlLlTY.Ciencral III Hea'^K. Wasting, Decay, Urinary Diseases, MJi nal Diseases. Dy» iein»ia, Ete.. Ftp... whom will lie sent my booit on Medical Electri city, and Klectra Galvanic JBelts, world ren«w»- C. W. JPOHliiiiS, 174 IV. JP«actb CineixL^ati, Ou.