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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

.i VOL. 3. 1 »'"t) I RREPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER BablMed \r THE BISMARCK' TRIAUHE COi TIU ^WEEKLY ANft WIMLT.' WCB Tri-WE«WY -,JU W«EMJ 2 ibooUia.. J**'"""".. 4 Single copUrof *lthfcr flrcctyts." Yj' S.Patxulge tiasj become-thqippblisjijer, of theUedJtivir Siorvbut-Miv Nichols retains editorial^ .T.,,, —-R^-I V. 'J'he Virginia: Minirig Company divid*d $1,080,000 of profits for the month'juiiditi^ Otit^ftlO., IJTW .. '!—'nit V" All of the Staite fcfla(iere tn 'Wisconsin fcxcfp.* State Treasurer are .Republicans. The liquor tiltefeWof MlP^o^ iwems to have' par ri dK ubn 1 bro^gb^.' 'Bates il»e Repubii^Oj^dfidilJi^Hl^-.W^ tuao op vhe ttekiet *01 «uppdsedtd tyj tbe strongest* batvdtt# Wfff telf. xW«lls Gazette: One day'lastweek1 a oung Polish. maiden «l Trempeleiii, \S i»M had hei pin .backer jstripped off her by jetting too^cltf# 'to thfc tuAvb ling rod of a Masking'ibaeltfne. SI* attempted) to step Over the rodStid thp thingr mbob caught her thingetfegig, and in 6 second of time there Wasn'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

r- I Bismarck, D. T.,Nov. 13, 1875* NOTES AND NEWS,. The social eril contributes one hun dred and thirty dollars a month to the support of Yankton civilisation. Tbe survivors of the Six Honored who rode at Balaklava, are to meet at a banquet in London on the 25th inst. The Navy Department, since the be gining of Uncle Sam's government, has eost in round figures $1,000,000,000. "Our Jim," alias Jim Cavanaugh, late Delegate from Montana, was a candidate for representative in one of the New York city districts. Mrs Moulton seems to have taken up the warfare on the Plymouth Pastor where her husband left it and is making it warm for all concerned as will be seen by dispatches elsewhere. Gov. Pillsbury's own county dM the handsome thing by him. It gave him a majority of over 3000 Scheffer carrier Ramsey county by 3,600 majority run­ ning ahead of his ticket nearly 3000. The Tammany interest, New York, •caused the arrest of three New Yorit Times editors just before election in the hope ^of...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

WiiroM OB The Records of ail Street^ .jav^ a'. (Sequel to "My WtfcandJj.") winki.:g looked persisted MDo of t,,,, JL Novet .: By HARRIET BEEOHJBX &T0WE, Author of "Vncle Toaa*» Cabin," •'My Wife Mid I,"etc., etc. £This charming rtory fir* appeared in the Charis tian Union, for which it was written, and having been pabltehed in book fonn by J. B. Kord Co., Mew York, it may be bad as any book itore. Price $1.75.—Ed TuiaoHB.] CHAPTER I, THE OTHBB SIDE OF TOE STREET. 44Who can have taken the Ferguses' house, sister?" said a brisk little old lady, peeping through the window blinds. "It's taken! ..Just come here jinij look! There's is a cart at the ddjfi't pay sp!?' paid Miss Dorcas, life* elder sister* flying across the room to the window bUpdl*. behind which Mrs. Betsey sat. discreetly ensconced with .her MUMog /work. "Where? Jack, get dowhY 4irl^ Tfcis last remark was adaressed to rough coated Dan die Diomont terrier, who had been ».o balf doze' on a cushion at Miss Dorcas'w feet. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

Bismarck, D. T.f Nov. 13, 1875. THE TRIBUlfE- the Tri-Weekly TRIBUNE made its appearance on Monday. In this respect the TBIBUKB takes another step forward the enlargement of the Weekly to doable its former size, of course, follows And now is a fitting time to announce its determination to hereafter be Repub­ lican in politics, but it *will aim to be candid, just and courteous in its edito: rial expressions rather than offensive to those who entertain contrary views. For upwards of two years the TBIBUNB maintained its Independent character but the field for an independent journal was found too small, and the writer found that while he was gaining no credit for independence he was con­ stantly misunderstood and misrepre­ sented because he was not neutral. And while the field for a Republican paper may be still smaller,we have cho­ sen to pin those colors to our masthead, confident that a few will rally round them. And they shall go down only with the ship. As the TBIBUMB has been cont...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

A notable event in tbe masonic this city yesterday. After &e de­ traction of their hall by fire, the Masons met *8ometimo mthe for lodge room of the ipdd FeUowsan Odd Fellows' buildings. Thw was likewise destroyed by fire a few days ago, leaving the order without an appropriate place ot meeting. In tlus emergency the master of Virginia Lodge ho. in imitation of a custom of the craft in ancient' times, called a meetihg df his lodge on the ,6um mit of Mount Davidson yesterday afternoon. Over three hundred members of the order werein at­ tendance. When it is considered that the top' of Mount Davidsoh is seven thousand eight hundred, and twenty seven feet above the level of the sea, and nearly seven­ teen hundred feet above Virginia City, the significance of this large convocation will fee appreciated. The summit of the mountain is a pointed masB of hroken granite, yet almost upon the very apex a rude alter of stone was erected, and around it gathered over three hundred Masons, who,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

RMNrted •T- Oi^i. i) Dr fi Hova?13*1875• imi", Spe^tnliy tor the Bls- fait of the Final Count Sen York Democratic—Wisconsin'^ Governor R'pnbliean. MINNESOTA 9,000 EEPUBLI OAN, PENNSYLVANIA 15,000. WHISEY FRAUD IHDIOTMEHT?- OKVILLE GBANT TOO. The Pieaident Declix.es tolnterfere— They -Hope io Impeach the Witness. liittllMOt** $t., Paul, Not. 8.*-*Mitone3pta gives, Pillsbury for Governor 9000 majority. Pfoender is elected State Treasurer by 3000 majority. In the Minnesota Leg islature the Republicans have five ma jority in the Senate, and twenty in the House. Donnelly and Wilkinson are both elected to the State Sep ate by: siriall majorities. PillsDury carried' Hennepin county by 3182 majority Sch$ffer, Ramsey county bjr 3600 ma­ jority, Wisconsin. In Wisconsin the Republicans elect Luddington Governor by a small ma­ jority. The balanee pf the State pfficers elect are opposition. The Legislature js largely Republican in both houses. 0 O Thejaverige Democratic majority in New ¥ork is 2...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

Jfcl m. io their Interest to Httiifc tftftia fttrchMta* elsa*fce|a. I!Ji iu»*at! deafei1*la, Grain, Floor, Feed, ^"'.Dd O!^- St. Paul Bnaiiess IHreetery. CRAIG HILL'S HWV^L?pCrUA\^lre9bZ^ Crockery, freneh CM*"* Looking ftlanei, and Houee FurnlahlH vw' •a* Third Street. St. Paal, Mina. BiarOBD A PASSMOSE, KIIIKE80TA, DAKOTA AHD BBITI6H P.088ES8I0H8. St* Paul, Minn Chifaff«,IBwaukee &StPaul THK GREAT THROUGH LINE BITWE1S €hk»t«, BTew York, a Kcw England, The Canada#, And ell Eaatern and Southern Pointe, and The Orea* Jforthwest! Connecting in Chicago with all Raatern and fr«th «m Lines. Two Throagfe Express Daily «ach way: leaflbg St. Pad aa follow#: Chicago Hay Kxpresa 10:1J i»Tin.DaUyj«cept Sunday.) Arrive ,nChlSSf N?^t'^Vrtt«^7:80 P- Saturday.) Arriving in Chicago a* 4.00 p. m. Till ONLY IW* BETWEEN CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, St.PAUL AMD illMllIPOLIS. traveraea a finer country, with and paaaea through more buaineas centers and pleas «».»g.»r «»w WEST "5 .. MLfe with Ate XiAlifc ttofct...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1875

^ismarqkuSiflU^f07, 13- & 1 Qen, W. P^arlw is spending -jh« winter in Washington. Caipp JJancqclf hM been inw|ar ptr- S'ts garrison., .. F:, .,•• -AwO 1 I, "F •••, 'J 'J' 4 0 to a at EisenhergV. 2t firVr nVetteS thltt 'arrived ye*- t«rday •l»M8»P^4teV0£tith (jitJ'SHW-n byriRj TOilaort. "*UH- Ui5'J 1 11 rv.Oo«ltA!r, Me^rrv's sopr accompanied hin». '.•* j' ., .. [f you want anything in of hand or fifk»t vr'eariv J|ust call at J. U Marshall's and examine his *107*1. '!°r there von will find a full lin$. The Tribunb hopefy&J g'Fe ther^uilfl in°r statistics of. the. past year at an- ear ly°day. They,will run |raa, llvvtbous a in a A B. jlX IWi do* ktit jlftdtiltti.* They struck a:vein of pure *ater" at-theiir livery stable 15 feet below" tlio feuflaae. Ttfrtfgh but 18 inches in the well the water seems to be .' unexecuted portions of the seiu tence ofa general court 4WflUlt in the cases of private Henry Soffell, company L. 7th Cavalry and private Joseph Bal lanee, Co. K. 17th Inf...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

.''j. if l, 5 •V*.'., VOL. 3. litj. A RKtUBLlCAN NEWSPAPER, BabHabed by rifE Bismarck TRIBTJWE CO.1 r- rp^xnpu Li. I~A~ a. Trf-We«KJY ,.48SS&v: &*sfc Kluil« c«pW« of ii« lBuide& ihm^W "TTTIFAC piica"* nrjw„vi. Weekly r...... „... either 10 «cU. iM iiurtf Autjr to'»d*in4e. Bnbtcrii EDIT6RIAI 5CYR£S.1 tb« £UlXoiiis whiskey frafcd indictment^stftue fifty kere secured in Chicago. The Sioux Indian Agents bare been instructed tqr fatl°48 froin squaw men in tt^e future. 'I -A eitbrrxi Rui^eM was. Reeled Auditor Mi""-' »T4r ^competitor by four votes only. .The epixoottchis reached FAirfco, and may be looked fur among army tndjn- dian stock ai an early day. Minneapolis claims to bate the big gelt flouring mill in America It is 7% stories bif^h and contains forty run of stones. It is owned by the Washburns, priricipally by C. C. Wbashburn, of Ls Croa»e. __ All of tbe steamers of the Kitson line, excepting the Intertational, are S froseh in on tbe hls 1 The Yank#n I*ily Frew *a3, a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

gjje ffemardi grilmne. Bismarck, D.T., Nov* 16» 1875* Grandma at the rreaaurjr. Writes a Washington corres­ pondent of the Hartford Times: Grandma has not been in Wash­ ington since grandpa was in the Senate, some years ago. It is de­ lightful to take the old lady about and hear her comments upon the changes that have taken place since the war, and the way peo­ ple whom she says were nobodies in her day have come to the sur­ face. Like many old people, she clings to the past, and will not believe that we have had any statesman since the death of the great trumvirate, Clay, Webster, and Calhoun. She was quite hor­ rified, when visiting the treasur to recognize some of her friends among the ladies. She had not been brought up to recog­ nize the fact that a lady can sup­ port herself and yet retain her position in society. The friends she met in the treasury were blith some young girls when she knew them in the homes of their pa­ rents. "Bless my heart!" she ex­ claimed, "there is Mary...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

WE ASD our OK ed'about iA 1 1 aus ffilWJt! iKO'l The Records of ahj,||n|!MlXli( Street, i( .rfc (Sequel io *MjWil«»adV) Visions or certain'brackets and lambre 6]Sins that are to adorn my spare Cham ber *isit my piTlbw nightly, while Harry is placidly sleeping the sleep of the just. I havV been dnable to attain to them because I have been so busy^ with my parlor ivies and my'Ward'scas^ ot Ferns, and some perfectly seraphicb^g^ lite-baskets, gdrgeoua with, fi&we^infc nasturtium* tnat.^ro now biO0i|^(fl|| in' my windows. There is a dear little quaker dove of a woman livrngj ib he next house to ours, who is a perfect witch at gardening—a good kind of Witch, you understand, one who. could make.a broomstick bud and blossom if she jan dertook it—and she has been my teach­ er and exemplar wreathed Harry, you see, leaves every thing to me. He has to be off to his office by seven o'clock every morning, and I am head marshal of the commisariat depart­ ment—committee of one on supplies, and...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

Bismarck, D. T.f Nov. 20» 1875. The whisky ring seem to have paid their official tools well. Chief Cleik Avery received $300 per week, whilt $8,500 was divided weekly between five others in t-o h«*lo ihpni. It 86eiDs «l«/avpu Li ci*, ol Ol. Paul, thf husband of ihe murdered woman, wah not charged with her murder by th« step-son, but kith the murder of the twins born two days after marriage. the tides in the Thames are highei than ever known before, resulting, n« doubt, from earthquake tidal waves Numerous wrecks are reported at Meyds. while thousands of houses are over flowed. All of the five-twenty loan of 1864 has been called in, the fire per cent* having been marketed in their stead. This loan having been disposed of, goot. progre-8 is being made with the four pei cent, sinking fund loan. Friday night the thermometer reached 28° above at Memphis, Tenn., while a colt* northwest wind prevailed. Rose* and other flowers were in full bloom in the gardens, while there was thick ice in ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

''Ckhriel 0 Br&t Hart's fir^t novel, bercins as a sofiol. inBeribner fPr NOTflinbcr^ and opens'with tbff fol}o^iii| de­ scription of the Sier^ winter: Snow. EveywhPre. As far as tbejey# could reachr-rfifty miles, looking southward from the high­ est white peak- Filling ravines and gulches, and dropping from the walls of canons in white shroud-like drifts, fashioning the dividing ridge into the likeness of a monstrous grave, hiding'the ba­ ses of giant pines, and completely covering young trees and larches, rimming with porcelain to the bowl-like edges of still, cold lakes, and undulating in motionless white billows to the edge of the distant horizon. Snow lying every­ where over the California Sierras on the 15th day of March, 1848, and still falling. It had been snowing for ten days snowing in finely granulated power, in damp, spongy flakes, in thin, feathery plumes snow­ ing from leaden sky steadily, snowing fiercely, shaken out ot purple-black clouds in white, fiocculent mass...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

t. Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 20. •a •••±1 B«porttd Specially for the jMS murck Tribune. COL. JOYCE SMCED TO THE "-_A The OalvestoD and Paeie PRBPAftffiG FOE tOl »tr— HIS Shocks «f EearU|iake in Tennessee. Til"! Sioox (Siimmissioners at Work. JRdSPECT .OF TROUBLE IN PLYMOUTH CHURCH. The Revivalists in Brooklyn. ADVAHGEsIK EAIL^OAD TABIFP (7T The Vice President on the Co^Talespe, Oikt* InUrnting Foreign **#. DomeMde New*, 'Eti$+, Hie. dKNTBKCBD. Sft 'LoiHi, 'Kor. lS.^uiigO Hftechel sentenced Col. John A. Joyce,' W*Reve ^nue. Agent, to three yearaaod six ./months imprisonment in tho peniten tiary, and in addition fined him $3,000. BOOT FOtTKn. GALTESTOW, NOT. 15.^-The bodies of Oapt. Walfee and pilot, who .boarded the City of Waco,.were found Aear the spot where the ateanVer was burqed Ifo hopes aye wtertjiin^ that liny pejor pleon board escaped alive. MemoHal V'iOmcea wore held in all the city churches to-day, and flags were flying at half-mast. ncino van DISAS*S*. 8AS FBASCISOO, tain JNO...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

•^A&iM&mralfl f. WiJe%pce annum. in Vtreet. JW. W Pry Goode, Ac. CLOTHING.—J.W.tildes, JDealers WHITE J081AH GBO. E ifKrwUrj. RATHOHD 4 00., Bankers. Intern* al lowed dnk Exchange boaght and •old, Ac. Vv SAL PICTERSON, Can and Lock Smiths. [ASKS DOUGLAS A CO.—Heavy aad Shelf I Hardware Tiaware, Ac. P. F0R8T ft—Restaurant. Board by the day I or week, fresh Oysters, Ac. H. 8TIMP80V—Books, Stationery, Km papers, Mega since, Ac. 17BED STRAtJfllB, Jeweller. WaUbcs, Oeeks, I? Jewelry. Ac. LAND OFFICE—Pel M. Brown, Receiver. JJ 8^ LAND OFFICE—Peter Msnldr, MILLINKKT—Mrs.C. JOSEPH Gsaer A Far nishing Goods, Dress Making, to W. H8HM—Sewir Machlneefsr sale arreat. Sewing Machine Extras, Ac. LAUNDEE—Harness making. Repair lag done Work guaranteed. 3rd Et. MA80N'8 HALL—Specially adapted to Daaelag, Musical Entertatamente. Concerts. Ac., Cftimtflltrni Tarty aad Cofafertabl® Address or eeaimonieate with *. N. Corey, march, P.T. Oct.87*as GENERAL SUPPLIES. JW. RAYMOND A CO. A full line of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 November 1875

nt IB es tr a« ,« *S- HJismarckf D. T.j lfovr 2^0^ 1&7IT. ^LiOGAL^A FFAIRS. WAB DEPA^HfENT' S S vice. U»^5*f( Av fjriCIO* «»F ...ro* B«*criT or co*ikkc* 5 F. -S .* 2 s-',fc a O t- cs fa IU 'i.i 'W akd aghjcultuke, BiWiRCki lAKOT* TW.SITUUT. •j S *. 'Jj x* a. CO •u'.«a aoug jo uiv ••rto v* •ijrauHA SSSSSgo 0 *n«m jo jr p*m i» aoj»3-Jiil '2av 15 lltpiiunH iSSSSg^ js 1J -M "I" t* 2 *0 (f, ?p t© aMadison, A precedent for ein. .. ghe knew thu apple Usted «weeCt.. ^aiHSfflKs!* -trs 'J 9 omo|JC3= 'rf 90 «n O ts-n e» j»tnoniJa«fX UK^K u«rfj| 4sf ei os s» 1 i.- j5l|5 i-21 aa 25 HkrhMt temperature, 41 f.5 Love* tempmtntfe, -3® «..i. StiiRfs Ktarted an extra' tbi« morning froth' Fargo with Bismarck express goods which will be* in about Wednes day. There to ,come is much freight at *argo through. Those Golden King Axes and second growth hickory, hand-shaved helves? Sild by James Douglas and* Co., are un­ surpassed. Heavy snifw is reported betweeiWBa marck anJ, Fargo except between Bis jnarc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 November 1875

VOL. 3. i'. nhnr §i)e IHamarch SrUmtte, A &BI UBL1CAN NEWSPAPER licbliahc4 tj Bubtci)|ttiuii»iiirar nbly in advanoe. £t)ltORIALn First Lieutenant John, A* Campbell, flfrohd irtillfry!, (Mid- bnHbe 2lKfc oil At Raleigh, N. Q. r'v ncr top at Capt. Donovan, commandant Gh^y.efingC'ta* Ueen placed blinder uiii rest ajpd. sq/it to J?ort Sully uptjeT JtKt.'U.U .^3,. .. Ireland hat* a population one half mtfftoiipf: 6ti*kch twenty eight per,cent, are done. rje the tre(jirne^ lics. i.fii /ici. 5 i- jtv4 er- •A.r ttistorcal Society 1 THE BIAMAftbk 'TRIBTJtfE' CO. TKI-WKEKLT AND WEEKLY. fraourriua rucat Tri-We*l»ijr. Weekly lamtl'i $9.00 I 1 nroths 6.U0 I l« l^r ^f either. 10 cento aa Cftbo- '\. .7 r.s'.cj 4i^PPf84»U- ttutoputdrr uiH amend i£pnt iiWSS? -TilWlrifftfe •fiy and y*y t*km vd» -ai a^opj tuevtiiigg. .„ Exposition nothing but specialties man ufactured on her own soil, and unknot i. fr^uSXW***" Twenty years agi^ol. John H. Ste Tena entered J60jwre«qii»brMing the Mtf%f Crtybf Minnea...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 November 1875

Bismarck, D. TMNov. 27 1875. THE TOWNSITE. On Saturday the waiter telegraphed friend in Washington who is in po­ sition to know, to send the BISMAKK TftiBuae a special giving the result of the Bismarck Townsite case then be­ fore the Land Department. On Mon­ day a telegram in reply was received which reads as follows: WASHINGTON, C., NOV. 22,1875 To BISMARCKTBIBUME Bismarck town site case decided thirteenth (13th) No­ vember in favor of townsite. This was signed by a gentleman known to the writer since 1861 as one in every sense reliable, and, *9 this he has no interest in the case and no sympathy to waste or any of the parties the information he gives is vouched for as being absolutely correct. Official notice should, and no doubt will, reach the Land Office here next Saturday. •it may not be generally understood that the Puget Sound Company with­ drew all claims through Geo. W. Sweet, or others, to the townsite, or any por­ tion of it, except to the Williams-Proo tor eighty, but s...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 November 1875

Pit tit WE Aid OOK 181(1001)18, er2^^onthiy.Vhagrt^irie I A. Novel ,, ., B/ bAS&jttr BfeSOHfc? 8T0WE, MkmtrWmHI* Garth,w 4'My Wife sod **«». tie.* 7 v^y .•: K'.•. A I COAPTBR IV, irii&tamnsoii TO BAMY'S MOTBUL UT flsim MOTHER: Harry says I xnUst 49 *11 (be Writing to you and keep Vbu airftftkefl of all our a£air8,because Jbeie so driven .with bid editing *nd proof-readip^ thkt lciter writing is often the moAt fatiguing th'ihe he cah do. It 3j| like tryixig to riin, after one has tJMibWe ^lii te oat 6f breath. The, factis, dear mothefj1 the demands 'of tms1 Neve york new.spimer lire ajre teh-ihlf^ibausting. Tt's a sort of red WRRIMIJ UUIUBIIUG. IIB S BYI,I «I I?U not ^tmos{fi$te of hurr^r and pompeti, $&&&>?*#*}* 'a ekdn dtnjpt',* and run races, neck and mklk, iftd everybody cbhiieCted with .them iB lept up to tb&'Very top,of his vpeed'^rhe'ii thrown outof tbpeourse, i$& Ar» wmS «ndjam. tSbiirf tq^tn the. 6tersight of thr^e pa for the grown I1I9T U«Vff ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 November 1875

®be JftMtutrdt ®ritome. Bismarck, D. T.fNov. 27 1875. THE DECISION. As stated Tuesday Mr. Hackett re­ ceived ft telegram from St. Paul saying that the townsite case was not decided This called for another telegram frou. Mayor McLean to Judge Flandreau 'ask ing for further particulars, and this is the reply of the Judge: ST. PAUL, NOV. 23, 1875.-—John A. McLean, Mayor of Bi&matck: D«cisi«r is in favor of corporate authorities against all contestants. CIIAS. E. FLANDBEAU. This leaves no room for doubt as to whether the decision was made air leaves no room for cavil as to the chat acter of that decision. The people have gained their point the people own the townsite and noth­ ing now remains to finally and full* settle the question and place Bismsrcl on the high road to prosperity except t« satisfy the pre-empters to the end tha no appeal may be taken and througt appeal delay had. Whether these people have any right or not, some of them, at least, are a position to make trouble to ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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