Clipped From The Bismarck Tribune
look con sue n o tha an Â£15 re Alexan t Bac Greece Verres Cupid it the statue refused Paul- dresses PERSONAL. Dr. Du Boi e, lately stationed at A. Lincoln, (having been ordered to Louisville, Kjr, left for his new station yesterday. Major Smith and. Seward left for Buford yesterdajr. The payment of the troops at Stevenson and Buford completes completes their work for this trip. 0. G. Bearflsley who has been on surveys all summer, near Jamestown, took a run out to Bismarck on last He has been out since June and this his first visit to civilization. A. L. Bonnaffpn, of Philadelphia, spent a few days in Bismarck last looking after the Upper Missouri river tradership. H. S. Parkins, who bm charge of their store at Standing met him here. His son was expected to but did not and BO on his arrival proceeded to St. Paul. Gen.' Daniel Leasure, who has spent the summer on the Northern Pacific Upper Missouri hunting and fishing, left for his home in Allegheny City, Pa., yesterday. The General seems to have enjoyed his visit to the Northwest immensely and returns rested, and ben- efitted, physically and otherwise. Miss Edith remains for the present Gen. Merrit, of Sheridan's staff, and Ool. Tom Ouster, Col. W. W. Cook Lieut. Edgorly, of the 7th Cavalry, left for St. Paul Tuesday. The three latter go on short leaves. Of Edgerly it is said he "goes to meet his mother-in- law," or in other words is about to married. Edgerly deserves a liberal supply of sunshine and Sowers, and would make any sensible woman happy.