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PURELY PEBSOHAL.
VrBi «*S5r-'•..-i-1 •'... .^v- ..•
M. J. Quinn, of the extension, came in
^Tuesday.- a,^r
'^tSv^K'v.V'3^"
•':r
W. S. Conrad, Stillwater, Minn., cigar
dealer, is at the Merchants. V:
Eugene Curry, of the steamer Red
Cloud, is at the Merchants.
Capt. O'Toole, the Fort Keogh post tra­
der, is in the city.
A. R. Granberry and wife, of Mandan,
dined at the Merchants Wednesday.
Theodore Borup, post trader at Fort
Custer, arrived on the midnight train.
J. S. Crooks, Pittsburg, Pa., is at the
Merchants, en route for the Black Hills.
B. W. Drown, of the Red Cloud, is
stopping for a few days at the Merchants.
I. P. Baker, agent of the Benton line,
left for St. Paul and Chicago Tuesday
morning.
Mrs. Lieut. Howe and child returned
from the east and proceeded to Fort Yates
"Wednesday.
Charley Brown, an old Bismarck print­
er, is now the editor of the AVarren
(Minn.)
Sheaf.
Mrs. Capt. Williams and Mrs. Lieut.
Hare, of Fort Lincoln, were over to the
city Wednesday,
Judge Hudson lias ordered the Bis­
marck term of court to be adjourned un­
til the 24tli inslant.
Lieut. G. B. Walter, Sixth Infantry, is
in Washington under orders to report to
the chief signal officer
B. H. Gilbert, the friend of all the news­
paper boys is in the city in the interast of
McHerron & Jobes, Minneapolis.
Capt. Jack, of the famous wood-yard
bearing his name, is in the city. Capt.
Jack did not lose his dry wood.
Frank Moore returned Monday
from St. Louis, where lie recently at­
tended the funeral of his father.
Mr. John Barry, a man of means from
Hamilton, Canada, is looking over the
country with an eye to investment.
Mrs. George Clendenin, bound for Ben­
ton, arrived Monday night, and Mrs. R.
Clendenin, Jr., on Tuesday's train.
1
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ray came up the
he river on the Red Cloud on their way
to Fort Benton where they will locate.
Mrs. Maj. Comba has returned from
her St. Paul visit, and gone to join her
husband at the Bad Lands cantonment.
Lieut. English came over from Lincoln
Wednesday on the Gen. Terry, in search
of deserters, which latter he failed to find.
S. A. Faulkner, formerly with Craig,
l^arkin & Smith, St. Paul, has accepted a
situation with II. F. Douglas, at Standing
Rock.
F. G. Noble, with Xoyes Bros. & Cut­
ter, St. Paul, and B. II. Gilbert, with Mc­
Herron & Jobes, Minneapolis, are in the
city.
O. W. Bennett, the prominent Fargo
wheat buyer, was in the city looking
over the field of Ii is future source of sup­
ply, Wednesday.
Col. D. II. Wallace, a Newcastle, Pa.,
capitalist, and R. E. Wal'acc, banker, of
Jamestown, D. T., materialized in Hi?
marck Wednesday.
Supt. Footner, of the North Pacific Ex­
press, arrived in town Tuesday, and
went out upon the extension to look
after business interests.
Capt. W. C. Beach, lltli Infantry, the
most polite man in the U. S. army, left
Monday tor Brooklyn. N. Y., on a six
months' leave of absence.
J. E. Whittemore, of the firm of Morri­
son Bros., lumber dealers, Minneapolis,
arrived in Bismarck Tuesday, and will
attend to business interests to-day.
H. C. Akin, general manager of the
Northwest Transportation Company, left
fr St. Paul, Mnoday morning, after hav­
ing spent several days in Bismarck.
The brilliant and dashing Lieut.
Dowdy, of the Seventeenth Infantry, reg­
istered at the Sheridan Monday, on
his way to his station at Fort Yates.
Steamboat Inspector Mark D. Flower
and his assistant, Frank A. Scott, arrived
yesterday, and will to-day inspect the
boilers of the Josephine and Dacotah.
Superintendent Ilobart, of the Dakota
Division, came in last evening. Mr. Ho
bart is keeping his eye on the vast num­
ber o/ freight-cars headed for Bismarck.
R. Svkes, England, is registered at the
Sheridan. Mr. S3'kes comes to this coun­
try in the interest of a colony,and is look­
ing over this country with a view of lo­
cating.
Mike Leo is building on his Apple
Creek farm and breaking thirty acres.
Mr. Cotter and others are also making ex­
tensive improvements in the same neigh­
borhood.
Lieut. Colonel Daniel Huston, Ji.,
Sixth Infantry, will remain in command
at Fort Lyon, his-health not permitting
him to take the field this summer. All
of the Sixth will be in Colorado by the
15th inst.
John I. Steen and wife came in from
the rural distrcts 'i uesday to see the
metropolis. Mr. Steen finished his seed­
ing on the l'»th, and reports the crops
looking fiuelv. Breaking for next sea­
son's crops is now in order.
E. A. Ivriedler, Register of the United
States Land Office at Miles City, arrived
with his family from the East'last even­
ing. He will hunt up his household
poods, shipped weeks ago, and not yet ar­
rived, and will then go up river.
Carl T. Peterson, of Hudson, Wis. has
rented the building, recently erected by
& judge Bowen, and has ordered ft stock of
dragrand fancy goods, and will open up
in the coune of two or three weeks. He
is a very pleasant gentleman, and will no
doubt strike a good trade.
Herman Bindervald, armorer of the 7th
cavalry, soon to bo discharged, is looking
over Bismarck with a view to locating.
He will open a shop for the repair of guns,
pistols, cutlery and fine work of all kinds.
Capt. Josiali Chance, Seventeenth In­
fantry, still continues to maintain his rep­
utation as a marksman. Wednesday he
succeeded in making a score of 33, out of
a possible 50, at 600 yards range.
W. S. Evans, the good-natured purser
of the steamer Dacotah, paid his respects
to the TRIBUNE Wednesday something
that every well-regulated steam boatman
should do when he is in the city.
John C. Tutt, an extensive cattle-owner
of Montana, is at the Merchants. He, in
company with Samuel Neill, are en route
to their home in the above-mentioned
Territory, having wintered at Minneapo­
lis.
A. G. Brough, Dead wood, started from
here yesterday for his home in the
above-named place, but met with an acci­
dent near Lincoln, his horse running
away and breaking one of his legs. He
was brought back to this place Monday.
Dr. Kalbacli, of Reading, Pa., after
having negotiated for the erection of four
residences in Mandan, left for his East­
ern home Monday, ami will return
with his family. He will endeavor to in­
duce other Peunsyivanians to locate in
Dakota. Three of his new houses Dr.
Kalbach has rented for §20 per month
each.
Mr. E. F. Bishop arrived Wednesday
Mr. Bishop will liave charge of the Man
dan and extension department of this
paper, and will make the DAILY TRIBUNE
a welcome morning visitor in the house
of every resident in Mandan. In a few
days the
TIUIJUXE
will have increased
press facilities, and the paper will reach
its Mandan subscribers at an early hour
in the morning—in fact, will serve as a
breakfast appetizer.
General Manager Haupt and party re
turned from the end of the track Sunday
morning and remained in Bismarck until
evening. Manager Haupt finds so much
business claiming his immediate atten­
tion that although recognizing the neces­
sity for extensive and permanent improve­
ments nothing will be done at present ex­
cept to increase the capacity of the freight
warehouse by extending it seventy feet,
and re-arranging and enlarging Manager
Davidsou's office and the telegraph office.
These changes will be made just as soon
as the work upon the new warehouse at
the levee is completed, which will be in a
few days.
George Reed, the efficient City Clerk,
and one of the popular Bismarck boys,
has returned from his visit to his Milwau­
kee home, and iinnou.ices that he has ac­
cepted the $ 3.000 a year position recently
tendered him. The TUIJHNK does not de­
sire to be profuse in its compliments, but'
can siiy in al! sincerity that Mr. Reed
will he greatly missed, uid that, very many
friends in Dakota Territory, while rejoic­
ing at his good fortune, will seriously re­
gret the necessity for his return to Wis­
consin. George Reed is generous and
kind hearted to a fault, and Bismarck can
ill afford to lose young men of his integ­
rity, enterprise and ability. His asso­
ciates, friends and employees will say
"good bye" reluctantly.
MILLER
& GRIFFIN,
PROPRIETORS
Bismarck
Horse Market,
AT GRIFFIN'S BARN,
BISMARCK, DAKOTA.
All kinds of Light and Heavy
Farm, Work and Buggy Horses
can be found at these Stables Only
the lest Stock dealt in. No m-ecl
of going East alter Horses, when
thev can be bought at ftifluiH.-c!
.i pi'lccs. Gi.i am! .-ec
^FOR 1881
Will be mailed rut to all
applicants, and to
customers without
five colore*"
etc. Invaluable to all. Michigan grown seeds will be
found more reliable for planting In the Ttrritaria than tfcoM
crown farther South. We make a specialty of supplying
Market tiardaners. Address.
D.M.FEBEY&CO., Detroit, Mich.
34-6meow
I.C.VAUCHAH
CH
•Wms'uow
GARDENER'S"
I A O
Tf .1 8 5* 8 Samples rad Catalans of b«»t
MO.
"i PM '"V
,jb£r
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE CONTRAST!
Vfcile other Baking Pnrim are lirgdj AMflb
TKttATKD with ALUM sad other fcartlWl draga,
lias been kept UNCHANGED In dl of its origiaai
purity and wiiolesomencss. The best evidence of
ITS SAFETY, HEALTHFULNESS, PURITY, and
EFFECTIVENESS, is THE FACT of ita being nsed
to-day, from North to South, from East to West, la
the horn en of the rich and poor, where it has been
nsed for the last 15 years.
A PURE FROIT AGIO BAKING POffBEB.
lade by
NEVER SOLD IN BULK.
STEELE & PRICE,
Hannfketnrers of Lnpolla Tesst Gems, Special
Flavoring Extracts, etc., Chicago and St. Louis.
TJADI(IS*,
OVER A MILLION
OF
Prof.<p></p>Gnilmette
FRENCH
Kley Pais
have already been
wold in this
funned caret" eve
time when
nsedrsccordiiigto
directions.
We now pay to t!ie aftlictcd and 'louliliiiL' ones
that we will pay the above reward lor a
si ii pie of
LAME
That the Pud iiiils to cure, 1I:H urvai JYcpietl}
will Poxiticeh/ and Penncn^ntlif cure Luinbngo.
Lame Rack. Sr-iatica. Gravel. Diabetes. Dropsy,
Hright.'s Disease ol" the Kidneys. Incontinence
and retention of ihe Urine, Inlbiuiation o! ihe
Kidneys, Oataarh of the Hladder, IIiisli Oolored
Urine, Pain in the Back. Side or t.oins. ervous
Weakness, and in fact all disorders ot Ilie blad­
der and Uriny Organs whether contracted by
private diseases or otherwise.
if you arc suffering from Female
Weakness!, LucorVhcen, or any disease ol the
Kidnevs. Rladder. or Urinary Organs.
YOU CAN BE CUHEBj
Without swallowing nauseous medicines, by
simply wearing
PROF. G-UILMETTB'S
FRENCH KIDUEY PAD.
Which cures by Absorption.
Ask your dni!.ri ist for Prof. Ouiiine/fe's French
Kidney Pad, and take no other. If he has not
not. it, send $2 and you will receive the Pad by
return mail.
TESTIMONIALS
rrtoji
TUB FKOFLT:.
J1.1 d'/c Bucltanan. !.:r *r. Toledo. O.. pavp:
of i'l. iMiiimetie's Km-mcIi Kidney Pads
CUrei' »'.• Ii 'IIIi lllft: eek's time. My
case luiclL'iven up 'O ilie (ioetors ae
incn i-\!)le. iri :itr .i!! iii^ .«i •. od nntold
agoiiv and puid nr.. Inr.e sums i:i.iiii:v.
George \*el' e:'. •. I'., "ToSefi". sn.'s: iFllf
fered for I itret \ejiis wilh ei:i ii :i a:id Ivi-'nej'
Dis.-as.. mm o!'t ii 1'itu to irt». im crutches,
I
w:is ii ireiv mid r1111 neui!/cured after wear
ltnr Prof, '.iiiihn.-tte's t'Ts'i-cli Kidii Pad four
Weeks.
SijUirf! N. G. S.'otr. Syiwiiia. ().. writes:^ I
II.'JV been a un:i:i
IFI R«
re.lief. 1
H. B.
iKI
.ur 15 ,iear« with
hii-.flit'- Disease i' h.: Klfineys. i'.tr weeks at
a time was unable to jret out ol bed: took barrels
ufme.lie.ine.biti fh-
LMV-.:
\\)ioiia:e groeer, Findlay, O..
writes: rv.:. I ./.years with lame back
and in v- parinanently cured by
wearing one of Trot. Gui'iueite's Kidney Pads.
11. K. ICeeslinsj. i). JjJ-il^cisl. L.ojfMnsji.irt.
Ind. when vifiitiin*5 in an ord«-r lor Kiiiney ad*,
•.vi iies: I wore one r.f ihe first one- we lind and
I received liHoe ben« tii irmn it than anything 1
everued. In fact tlie Pads ^ive b« rtct i-iH.-ral
satisfaction than any Kidney remedy s\e ever
sold.
Kay & Shoemaker. Drnginsts. Hannibal. Mo.
We are working pa lively trade in your Pad*,
mid are heariiuol ?ood results Irom them every
day.
PROF. GUILMETTH'S FRENCH LIVER PAD
Will positively eure Fever and Aune. Dumb
Asrue. Ague Cake. Billions fever. .Jaundice. i)ys
pepsis and all diseases ol the Liver, .stoaiHch
and B'ood. i'riei $1.30 bv mail. •••eti«l {or Prof,
(iuilniette's Treatise on tiie Kidneys and Liver,
free by mail, nddres*
37yl 1- llEXCM1*AD CO., Toledo. Ohio.
FITS EPILEPSY
OR
A I N I N E N S
Permanently Cnrod—No hnmbng-by
one month's usage of Dr. GOULAKD'g
Celebrated Infallible Fit Poivders.
To convince sufferers that these powders will
all we claim for them we will send them by mat:,
postpaid, a free Trial Bex. As Dr. Goti
iard is the only physician that has ever made
this disease a special stndy, and as to our knowl­
edge thousands have been permanently
cured by the use of these Powders, wc will
guarantee a permanent enre in every
ease or refund you all money expend­
ed. All sufferers should give these powacis ai
early trial, and be convinced of their enrativo
powers. Price for large box, $3.00, or 4 boxe
tor $10.00, sentby mail to any part ®f the Unite 1
States or
Canada, on receipt of price, or by ex­
press, O. O.D. Address
ASH & ROBBINS,
350 Fnlton St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
CONSUMPTION
POSITIVELY CURED.
A1' sr (Verer* frc:n ti: I- disease that are anxious
to l.e M.i :. .i iy lr. KSXHXfiR'g
C'cl»ii ra i'on*u lit i»i ve I'owders.
These
O'IM F!I«
40 mG
me oulv lemporarv
WOPMW.i
nf Prof. Guilmette's Kidney
Pads six weeits. ant! iiuiv 1 know 1 am entiiely
cured.
Mrs. llellen Jerome. Toledo. O.. eays: For
years 1 have been e• nii:i.*d. a great part of the
tiini-*. to rny bed witu i,acorrh(Ba and female
weikneys:' I wore one ot (Tiiilmetlc's Kidney
Pads and was cured in one month.
oi:1y prepa-ation known
tl:at I ii"e tiMit ivin nil diseases of
the Tli rn:i

n«I l.uii'is—so strong
it ii :li i!h-iii. ni.ii ji.l-o to convince you
ti::il. the im lit 1 w-s Wiil forward to
eve MiilVrcr, by aiai!, postpaid, a free trial
Itiiv.
(!(in"t want ycur money until you are per­
fectly tenured (.r rlKi'veurativtj powers. Ifyonr
liiVt is ("Hi siiTi:•• n'j u-iiay in giving these
I'oiv fi-» a tria1. tfiny will suraly cure you.
r-'ru-e i' '»:tc f"'i So.w«, sent to any part of
the. I i.i:eci Suite#or Canada,Ty mail, on reccipt
oi'piioe. Address.
ASH & ROBBINS,
360 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y,
AGENTS AWI CANVASSERS
Hake from *85 to 850 per week selling
goods for E. G. HIDEOUT & CO., 10 Barclay St.,
New York.
Send for their Catalogue and terras. 16yl
A
RARE BOOK is the Genuine 6th and 7th
Books of Moses. (Enelish print), 403 page*,
42plate8. Also over 500 Rare Books. Price
list for stamp
^J. G.
STAVFFRB,
43w8 Palmyra, Penna.
r*
MSCELUUIEOUS-
Popular Monthly Drawing of the
Commonwealth Distribution Co!,
AT MACAULET'S THEATRE.
Inthe City of Louieville, on
4
TUKSDAY, MAY 31, 1881.
These drawings occnr monthly'(Sundays ex­
cepted) nnder provisions of an Act of the Gen­
eral assembly of Kentucky, incorporating the
Newport Printing and .Newspaper Co., approved
April 9,1878.
This is a special act, and has
never been repealed.
The United States Circuit Court on March 31st
rendered the following decisions:
l*t—That the Commonwealth Dis­
tribution Company is legal.
2d—Its drawings are not fraudulent.
The company has now on hand a large
reserve fund, itcad the li«t of prizes for the
MAY DRAWING.
1 Prize $30,800-100Pnzen$100 ea«10,000
1 Prize 10,0001200 Prizes 50 ea 10,000
1 Prize 5,000|t00 Prizes 20 ea 12,006
10 Prizes$l,000echl0,000 1000 Prizes 10 ea 10,000
20 Prizes 500 ech 10,0001
9 Prizes $300 each, Approximation Prizes $2,700
9Prizc8 200 each,
tk
1,800
9 Prizes 100 each, 900
1,968 Prizes, $112,400
Whole Tickets^. HalfTir.kcts SI.
»7 Tickets S50. 55 Tickets SIOO.
Kemit Money or Bank Draft in Letter, or »end
by Express. DON'T SEND BY REGISTERED
LETTER OR POSTOFFICE ORDER. Orders
of$5 and upwards, by Express, can be sent at onr
expense. Address all orders to R. 91. Hoard
man, Courier Journal Building, XoniHville,
Kyi, or T. J. Commerford, 309 Broad­
way, New York. 17yl
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Guaranteed Unequaled
FOR
OPERATION,
ECONOMY,
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
Improvements and Conveniences found in
no others.
Always Reliable.
POPULAR EVERYWHERE.
For Sale in Every City and Town
in the United States,
Natural Fruit Flavors,
Or.
Pric©^
S
8
A1,
F*
EXTRACTS.
Prepared from tlio efcoieest Fruits, without
coloring, poisonous oiln, adds, er Hrlifii'ial Es
wim-M.' ALWAYS UMFOIUI IX STKKMJTM,
WITHOUT ANY ADUI-TKR.1TIOXS OR lJU'CK
ITIKS. liavo gained tlieir reputation from their
perfort purity, superior strength .md fjuality.
Admitted l»y ail wlio hare used tliem as the most
delicjitc. grateful aud natnrai flavor fcr rakes,
pudrfwijri." croanvs, etc., ever made.
Sianaracturcd by
BTEBLE & PRICE,
Makers of Lupulin Yeast Oouis, ('ream Bak­
ing I'owder, ctc., tfcicago aud St. Louis.
Isend for our I.OW-JPKJCi:!) List (mailed
Jfreo ou aj)plicatiou) aud see ilie uumbar of
&
loffi RARE PLANTS
"5"' SI.I
Our Greenhouses (corcrinj acres in Class)
ere the largest i:i America.
Peter Henderson & Go,
35 Cort!andt St., New York.
NOTICE.
Onr Descriptive Illustrated Price
List, No.S9, of Dry Goods, etc.. will be
Issued about Mareh 1st, 1881. Prices
quoted in No. 38 trill remain Rood until
that date. Send us your name early for
copy of No. 39. Free to any address.
MONTGOMEKY WARD & CO.,
*27 Jt 2X9 Wabash Ave.. Chicago, ill.
SH!2^3PX-jiiI!7S
SCOTCH SHEEP DIP
Prepared from Tobacco and ••tSicr veret:i.if rx
tracts. U'arinrit to euro Scib. dn-:rr-r Ttfk
and all Pam«iten iul*«ctimjsheep. I« nou-poison-
OUH,
and improves the wooi. 'i.*c« !ii pur ^aiioii.
SVi gallone will dip 100 diet-p. For circulars ad
tlre^. 'P. »KWI»».K.
4Jiu3 39D West Maiu St., L-niayillc, r.y.
Hi
"_
mscxxuurEous-
Sweet & Stoyell,
REM, tei a
No. 11 North 4th Street,
BISMARCK. TV
Lands Located Bonglit and Sold.
Conveyancing and Abstracts of Title to all
lands and town property in Burleigh Conntr
furnished.
We have the onlv complete *et of abstracts in
thcconnty. Contested land claims before the
local and General Land Offices made a specialty.
29mfi.
T. J. MITCHELL,
GENERAL
LAND AGENT,
31
AXD AX. I. T.
Bnvs and sells deeded and Railroad lands on
enmmitf^ion: selects aiul locatus llomestetd.
Pre-emption and Tree Culture ciaiins, and con­
tracts for breaking and plantiHg treeo on tree
claims have complete township pints of nil sir
veyed lands west of the 3Iissonri lllver on the
Missouri Division of the North Pacillc Railroad.
Soldiers' Additional Homesteads
And Sioux Half-Breod Serip Fur­
nished at Reasonabls Rates
to pariies who prefer to perfect title to lasds
without residing tliereau Can alsc far'usb, it.
reduccd rates.
Certified Scrip
which «an be used in payment for Pre-Emp*lon
Lands the same as mouey. Correspondence so­
licited. 2d
Bismarck and Ft. tlnford
STAGE AND EXPRESS
AND
TJ, S.
Leave Bismarck for Fort Buford and interven­
ing points Sundays. Wednesdays and Fridays at
8 a. m., making the full trip in live days
Stages will leave Fort Buford on same days as
from Bismarck, at fi a. in.
For express, freigth or nnssflie applv to
•IOHX SiS^ASJTIiE,
Agent, at J. W. Raymond A t'o's, or to
LEIG11TON & JORDAN, Fort Iinford
S1LLIARD ?00E. TABLES.
m&£rs3^>°»
4l)int5
SEND FOR
CAIALQ&UC&PBICE usn
NICHOLS.SHEPARD & CO
Battle Creek, Michigan,
MAKXTFAOTUBEBa OF THE OHLT GKKTTINE
THRESHERS,
Traction and Plain Engines
and Horse-Powers.
Most Conplete Titroaher Factory I Established
In the World. 1848
A A VCAD6 of continuoHBandtueeettful butt.
I EftnO west, withont change or name,
management, or location, to "back up" tha
broad,
warranty given on ail our goods.
ever seen in tiie American market
A multitude of special feature* and improvement*
for 1881, together with superior qualities in construc­
tion and materials not dreamed
of by other makers.
Four sizes of Separators, from 6 to 12 hone
icity, for steam or horsepower.
vo styles of Mounted Horae-Powerg.
7,500,000 Feet of Selected Lnnbw
'rom three to six
(from three to six years air-dried)
constantly on hand, from which J§ built the ix
comparable wood-work of onr machinery.
TRACTION ENGINES
StrongesLmost durable,
and efficient ever
made, g, 10,13 Horse Power*
JPwnm aad Thresherinen are Invited to
InvSaMKate this matchless Thrediing Machinery.
Circulars sent frea Address
10
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.
Battle Oreek, Michigan*
GENTS'S
ONE DOLLAR
T55K I,FT»U!K win be sent
iiy address, postas': paid, at the prices named
rtbove. bend iri vour names. Address
'l:iyi I'iiE €hieaeo 111
A »••.
-.IN
ii uysi»cpiia cau«c UI«IIE«*IIF.HI
sLvj*,.
3Esf
SAMPLE ROOIC
Bogue & Schreck's
CHOP HOUSE'
Opposite ?Wtt Oflif».
LUMBER
WHOLESALE
BUILDING
MATERIAL
We can supply anything iisfd
in the construction of a Building.
Write us.
c. s.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
A E
INDIAN TRADER,
AND DEALER IX
General Merchandise,
Standing Bock Agency, D. T.
BOOTS AND SHOES-
EMANUEL C. BROHOLM,
34 N. Fourth St.,
Practical Boot Maber,
Likewise
BUILDER OP SSOEa
Perfect fits Guaranteed. .Only the Best?
Material used. Custom "Work a Specialty..
Uepairiuir MetUly Done.
TO CATTLE OWNERS,
Freighters
FAMILIES
We liave made arrangements whereby we can,
take care of town cattle and dry stock durins»
the season. Milch cows will be driven out to
the range each morning and b^ck at night.
Good water and excellent grass. The bust ol
care taken of the stock. Dry stock will feed
froin davligbt till dark.
Wliile in our cure all damages paid.
Leave orders at Grift'in's mc.-it market.
45to June }J0 AMKS A ttBEO.
Views of the
YELLOWSTONE
Bail r*an«fri,
BI*ACK HILLS
and
T'pper Ximonri,,
Including all points ofi"
interest on the line of
the North Pacific Kui.il
roud, published by
K. JAY
HANES &
FEED UNO
I wish to inform tlie people of Burleigli County 1 bat I havo fnafe
opened ii the nuiL«IInext to the TRIBUNE a Flour,Feed and Produce
Store, mid hope to see niv friends at my new stand. I shall keep only
the best articL'S .t (he lowest market price. Remember the place .....
Ho, 37 Main Sires?, t?/o doors wssi of Postoffe.
E^XS /VIVKI
•s tt~« '*5— *«r-«»«sv?=H%
OpeaDay suad-Nlgriit. PSP
MEALS at ALU
Choice Wines, Liquors aad Cigirs.
13tf
IIATHES-^
Oflici.il Pho»ci2r:i|)tn*r N",
R. It.. Farsfo. I. T.
Caialoani's i'rci
RJUKS DAVIS,
TREE PLANTING
O A N
Bismarck, Dakota.
Wear:'
»tv])«r»jd
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to furnish tr*«'!* I
tur or Oriunncnf:rI Skside Tfos in
to wiit. d«*I iv»r.*'! by r.ii 1' orriv^r t»
h_
nw.v
in the west, at Iho foilowiu,^ rates, money a©
eompanymg orm»rs: -in,,
Cottonwood ciittinsrs.rtonble-iciKrth....yt
do trues. 8 to l.* inches. 'J'
do d«» 15 to 24 inriies
ilo 24 llii'iii's or over J1*
'Jot I'ilil'-r. fur trre culture
SIM 1"
i"• fi
l-ililer lor-bade
TVEV-T.
iinui 10 t»v
•Shepherilia for Bullbt'rry. ifr aariy, li
in:h's to Sfeel, »i cents each.
While Ase sh:idc trn-^ fnim )0 to •.'•» reiit^ each.
'i'ri-i-s pet. at reasonable rates bv »n exiierr'tn1-^
tlee. planti'-. \'lflr"x -«11
JiiKmnrrk Tree Planting Compnnrt
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Bismarcl »D:iKota^
DAVIS,Managers.
KJ^T^Y.
itiii.-iiiiy,'and ilicniiiiw r»-i:!*,s tiinX
cloudv." ffrsons suifriius in thi way are lintit. for thr ordinary purforit" and |)|e.i-nres ot ..
A f.T.i'N'S T'iON TON 10 BI'ITKRS iv the most po vertut lUow] l'tirHlcr a ionitf kwo^.ti. ai^u
ihnsnniBtime builds up and furtitta« the sv«tein. invi-jor«res the liver.
dyspensio. It t»..es up, and reinforces t.He.whole system, and imparts cheerfulness, vivscwj »n«
htiovnucy of spirits.
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