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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 July 1873

It" THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. An Independent Newspaper, published tT THB BI8MABCE TEIBDOTC CO. iunscKifTTOK mem: $2.50 I Three months.... .... 1.S01 Single copies One year 81* months. .*1.00 10 8ub*cription* payable invar.ably In advance Adrertiiung rate." made known on application at the office. TO SUBSCRIBERS. TH* TBIBUWB I will, for the present, be delivered to sabscribers at ths printing-office. At an early day we (hall deliver to sabscribers redding in the Til­ lage. VhoM wishing papers left at the Post-office will please notify us. BISMARCK TB1BUN* CO. APOLOGY. gome of the Taiaom material was left inadvertent ly, which delayed publication about ten days. In the meantime, matter has accumulated to such an extent that much lntended-for publication In the first number had to be discarded or laid aside, and mat­ ter* deserving extended notice have been put off In some Instances with only brief mention. TO PATRONS. Subscriptions to tbe BISMAROK TRIBQKK roust be paid In advance. The pri...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 July 1873

INTRODUCTION. With this issue is coimnonced the publication ot the BISMASCK TRIBUNE, the first paper on the Missouri River above Yankton and the first in Dakota on the line of the N. P. It. R. It is printed on a Taylor Cylinder Press and from an office specially fitted oul for the publication of a da'ly so soon asv Bis­ marck is large enough to sustain one. The publishers will not spare the ex­ pense necessary to make their paper valuable through its devotion to local interests, for its news and its choice- se­ lections of miscellaneous matter. They bave made a large investment in their oiiice have turned their backs on pleas­ ant and profitable situations at the East, hoping through energy and gound dis­ cretion, to, in time, build up a business which will pay. They come to Bismarck without a bonus to the extent of one dollar from the railroad company, the town site company or other parties but they ask and expect a liberal patronage froui ali parties interested in the pros­ perity...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 July 1873

DAKOTA. /if. i'ti/ v.-.-'.. (.dial ii. 'of the Pr\tiri.\i—SoU, ,.iih.'r. Grax* ami Anttfopet -I'k'iH Inditiv*— Sit'.-ytiuii, Proffrtw, ami 1'ro*- Minii.vpolis Trftmnt. .'vcr ., I). T., Jfay 13, 1873. 1 ,.n'\' ]'istn irck yesterday and .• i-.il and vlisnppointed. I had V.''i:iUe opinion of Kismurck, !it l'roui it.s location that it important city, but I was ,, tilHl ACrRIOl I.TUItAL KKfUON". lIiinjjj in the West which i:,• oijuids it. I had heard i: ian.ls tho Northern 1, in Dakota, were pVao- i- that they wore wholly ,. i.in.mig purposes except in i1' y.-, of the rivers crossed by it -.Ha lha' the country has been 1 »y the occasional bad places. It.- l.'iid i••'•ints hare been brought prom :.,o! "tore the public, while the good i:: overlooked. j. from Fargo to Bismarck, two iii iniles was made on a freight i, rxcfpt the last thirty-six miles, :i :\r, mnde bv w.'i^on, and 1 had a tunit to see the country. i-uoM c.vinto m:sr lu-1 Ui.rv V-ilK-y fur about thirty is li.it and somewhat un...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 July 1873

Bismarck and Vicinity* FRIDAY, JULY, 11,1873. THE Capitol Hotel has been refitted of late itinow has twenty-two rooms. CADET CHITTENDEN is visiting his father, Gen. Crittenden, at Fort Rice. BEARS EAR, a noble red man, looked over the presses in the BISMARCK JOHN MASON, Fred Strauss and Wat­ son & Goodhue were the first to put up awnings. They and a number of others have put down side walks. W. W. CONNER has assumed the du­ ties of cashior in W. B. Shaw & Co.'s Deposit and Exchange Bank, vice John Cavarly. A complete assortment of Green House Bedding Plants and Shrubbery. KASPEL & HILL, Duluth, Minn. A pleasant party was had at the Cap to 1 Hotel on the 4th. Bismarck did not celebrate, but the 4th was a lively day here. JUST arrived at the City Bakery and Restaurant, a fine lot of Pickled Pigs Feet and Tongues .also a fine quality of Sausages. MRS. S. M. HUTOHINS, a graduate of the First Normal School, Minnesota, and lately a teacher at Anoka has also opened a select sch...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1873

\m Vol. 1. No. 2. THE BISMAECK TRIBUNE. An liidDpeuilent Neviptptr, published liy THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. soBHCkirrioN rate*: Ooe year |2.30 I Three months #1.00 Six months I.i50 Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable Icrar.ably in advance Advertising rate* made known on application at {be oSce. NEWS AJTD NOTES. Tin Connecticut LegUature hat adjourned. Be Paul hM finally secured the location of the Hamlloe Uolreralty. The Mgroee, Thomas Jackaon anil Aibert Sanders, were hung on the 11th for murder. Lewi-1* A Hoiltter'a loundry at PHUbufth was burned on tbe 12th. Lou $30,000. The Secretary of War deniei that the headquarters or the Department of Dakota are to be removed frotn St. Paul to Mianeapoll*. Qm, Baker, Commluiii^r of 1® Mln n«wU. The SepBbMoau Coavenlioo fat that State will be held to-day. The Orange parade l*i New York, on tbe 12th of Jttly. waa not disturbed. Seven hundred were in the ptrnce^aloQ Mcotnpanletl by 3,00t cltlzea*. It la Senator Jlowe, of Wisconsin, now, who ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1873

^jp!$ ^ismarclt ^ritnnc. WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 187#. TO FIND THJE GOLD. Hismarok has surrounding it an agri­ cultural region first-class in every par­ ticular. The writer of this made his first visit to this locality last May he tin ii insisted that it was the finest agri­ cultural region he ever looked upon. So much had heen said,however, concerning a lack of rain that ho still had doubts For a week after his return, earily in June, those doubts seemed to be con 11 wed as it was dry and duaiy. But laius in due time eanie and they have let"! coming ever since. Since the 15th of lune it has rained on nn average at three times a week. Thf deposi­ tion of moistuve has been sufficient for till agricultural purposes. The country was fair to look upon ihi* soil gave uninistakeable signs of productiveness the growth of grass iast y..r was great, yet many of the first set­ tlers believed the varus of croakers, that very thing planted would jail a victim 10 the drouth or grasshoppers, and so l...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1873

THE NEW NORTHWEST. ,,^ng Of Vhtcf of American Jurisdiction— .'irck ttid Blmuirekfr*— Sioux ttni JrrtfA j, Whuopx 'itnl Stfitm Wfiiitl** toi*:rii: Hr 'Jfl'**'*, i»J •'wTieets— 7,.iry'one—Xatiofitil Park-^U' yssrs ...,„iii MuJ* Punches— Tue Bail L.uuU J-: ,•: 1'f ll"'l with, the Firm Out." rftjwlmc* Cincinnati Commercial. {IISMIKCC, DAKOTA TKBXITVRY, vl June 20, 18TM. \t this distance from the seat of Wrinui movement I may be classified ,,- Te ton S uux. Past Bohemian ism, i.cu.mitiisni, there is no other dis 1 ,o to take for right across the \i. River, within sight of this en ?ung city, the Dakota or Cont-ileracy have been for two *. thrc weeks, putting forward skir hers to fight the Ree' ^or Arackaree) !,:vis whw are the enlisted soldiers of .i. nited States. In Bismarck to-day i! nra hanging up to be viewed by ii.'uikiivi the fresh scalp of one Sioux dy leg of .•mother, fetched across .l .^r hy the Rees and exhibited. THE BISMA.KCK.EHS. pves-line there is no other spot 011 the ^iob...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1873

B'nmarclc and Vicinity. •FRIDAY. .HRLY 11, 187^. TIP TKIRI.N)' A Hun ,VIC.:-: SMITH'S S, r-r WHS mailed 2,0i''! hanks :uid bankers last, week. Tit:- N. 1*. K. l£. is building a large w.wi'house it 1'iMiKtrek. rvt'rira are engaged in putting up tons of hay fur Fort A. Lincoln. I'fr corps of ('linvlcs l'ag«, who died at it A. Lincoln last winter, was shipped to Detroit, Midi., this moving. 'IVo Meadow King Mowers (new) at the Empire Store, opposite the printing OillCO. 11 YMONI) A AI.I.KN. Two 1-Tovsf Rakes at thfl Empire Store, opposite the printing office. RAYMOND & '/ASI'KI. VEY»'US euriy d:iy. AI,U:x. complete assortment of Gre^n Lidding Plants and Shrubbery. 6I S HILL, Dnluth, Minn. TUK Red 1'iivt.r Stnr con.-edes thai liisu.avck is as larpf* already as Fargo and Moorhead combined. Its editor sp.-rt tln- lth here, on his return wrote a flowing account of his visit. N. I\ CI.AKK.IO, of St. Cloud, has !M: 400 hnnd of cattle ranging over tln prairies in toe vicinity of Bismarck....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 July 1873

MSV- •U Vol No. 3. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, An ludepriU-.-M Vewspaper, published 1 HI' lll.SMAKCK TRIBUNE CO. One v.'ir lj. riverStste ka:ti-j(«d, .hR.uiii:t:,- I ACKII'TMN PRICE $2. SO I Three months. tl.00 1,tin. l.Oi' I single copies cig«is out*, '.T"i ur 10 *nk- payable invar.ably In advance lut.'i" mud'- known on application hi tl office. NKWS AND NOTES. ,1 ha* n.i! had a ruin for two month#. M.-a rh un will nevi recur t'-H.-. O-jrumi Ms litfh' (.no laf-'i', tin' animal painter, If said t« Kiln t- insane. IVr* Hjaci.'dhe *n:,l to Intend j. ayintja long visit Am.-: ii a n«-st ve.n Mr. G-c. Patten, -venty six, 1 Miss Ma lid Thompson, a^r.1 -v,-r.ii, a* W» iKushin* bride In Oakham county, Mich., list week. ,!• ses Mil'arinnd, of Water vllle, Vt., h,v the original recoid book kept by Zschury Taylor during the Seminole war. The lat, Jest R. Urant hi. entire es- tate, about ITO.OtiJ to hl three dsujjhurs Hn .aft Uieisladt wx3f.oruewhat hurt the other day hy the overt.drninff of ei (.'al...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 July 1873

WEDNESDAY, OULY 28,1873. THE FUTURE. In *11 frontier towns of the West which have sprang 'up with great ra­ pidity, there are to be found many aien who ha?e drifted thither with only tem­ porary •iew*, whose care is but for the pru«entt whose aim is immediate relief or benefit pacuniarily, who have no in­ terest beyond to-day, who, like the wind, are liable to change localities at any time, who are of no real benefit to the future of any place. There is an­ other class of men, who take up their abode with the firm determination of building a home of becoming live energetic, permanent citizens who are not discouraged by croakers of evil, and prognosticators of downfall but who, rather put iheir shoulders to the wheel, and push with a will, for their own, as well as iheir neighbors, advance­ ment, and prosperity. We are of the latter clas&. We Jbjwe an abiding fftith in the future of Bismarck, vur newly adopt.*! home: we believe it will event­ ually become the inland metropolig th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 July 1873

saja&si--== SiM'S UTILE GIRL. IjY VARY HAKTWBIX. rail h-'re. George Burks. P«i .! v. i. t-ftu't wait a minute. ...i' «. ivtic-ular -concerns the com- .. you ''y (ho ni u, hoy, I -J' mi something. 't hen if t'i«ck into that saloon, .1.1^. oft-n mulilU." in other folks' When si tough ohl fel wo sets out to wimi a body, !. uw it'rt hcoause he sees .sore i, IVt hinl an eye on you ever .i!u|nt promoted you to an want you to inuke a fair ur 1!If. Vou're a fine, bright -cr. and 1 "lou never ty things ,.ii-1 :ih in' drinks tor 5001! fellow know all 'hout that. het'v! myself. Sit down on the .. 01 »h- platl rm here. ••'•.if ali 1 n:n in the world, I take it, :i /s ou^iit to be the last to take !i ..11it*. We have lite and property ...ud io our hands uncommon. Ours S a trrund success, 1 don't think folks M»ks at it r.rt tht-y ought to. Reuiein whet. I vas a young fellow like you, .-it sol up with an engine, I used to feel strong uugel or fiomethin'. rushin' .ji the country, makin' that ir...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 July 1873

and Vieiiaity. FRtDAY, JULY 28, 187S. I'LIAIBFK CHICKENS, Spring Chickens, fish and "sll-h" at Kea tings. A ooraplete assortment of Green House Bedding Plants and Shrubbery. ZASPKI. Sl HILL, Duluth, Minn. Ws are under obligations to Commis­ sioner Enunons, for valuable river in­ formation which we publish elsewhere. SUVER.ii. THOUSAND Mennonites will undoubtedly settle on the lands of the Northern Pacific westof Brainerd, Minn. FIHST-CLASS Job-work of all kinds printed promptly, an.i at short notice, AT the TRIBUNK oflioe. Call and see. SL'BSCBIBKRS living in town will, for tin* present, receive their papers by calling at the TRIBUNE oflioe. Ws regret that owing to a want of space that the communication of'Chips from the Log,'' is necessarily laid over. wo Meadow King Mowers (new) at the Empire Store, opposite the printing offl.-e. RAYMOND N\ P. CLARK he about completed a im»e two-storv building for a meat Mfliket, and other purposes. It is a (i••illiable, substantial building. THKR...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 July 1873

Vol. I No. 4. TEE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, \rt independent Newspaper, published by THE B1SMAUCK TRIBUNE CO. BCBPCRITTJON PRICB One v»»r f-i.SO I Three months »1.00 SH months 1.60 Single copies 10 ^ubseilptbws payable invar.ably in advance Advertising rates ms.tu kuown on application at the oftice. NEWS AND NOTES. liny crop large this year hereaway. Two California, running: horses on Saturday made a uillo lit 1:4". The winner In the recent young wouien'J swimming match iii New York was a little duck named Allen. There is a woman In Ploche, Nev., who says she is legally married io Kilward S. Stokes. The astronomer* have discovered a new comet, hut it Is too far aw!«,v to be of much interest to ordinary people. Jud«e Lawrence, Judye Trumbull and ex-Senator Donlltti.', of Wiscnn§ln, tiave formed a law partner­ ship In Chicago. Boston has Invented a fire proof railroad car stove whlrli can be tumbled about all day and not spill out fire. W Mrs. Polly Mague deposited twenty dollars in a Hnrhe.it...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 July 1873

qiliqil|l Hlllj»WlLV'g l^iswarcli ^Tribune. WEDNESDAY, JULY SU, 187J. KINO WORDS. Kr.florsenoentsof the following pature, which we rlip from our exchanges, arc flattering to onrHelves and will giv« our many re&flers the opinion iu which tin Tribune is held elsewhere. from the St. Paul Prons wa glean as follows: "The new paper nt Bi.unarok, tho Tribunk, has um-Je its q'poarRac«, and whether in its editorial ability, its hand­ some typographical appearance, or the quantity of spicy and interesting news collected, it S3 ft fitting representative of the rising city at the North Pacific crossing of the Missouri. The TnrBusn is independent in politics. in published by a company nt $2 50 a year, and promises to be fully worthy of the most liberal patronage." The Duluth Tribune pay» us a com pliment in the following usiu.ner We have rt-ceived a copy of the .:vst number of the iismaki'k Tribune. Col. l.ounsberry is to be congratulated upon t:.e neat appcarance and general good «ste displ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 July 1873

I IB DOT SCHtfALL LEETLI those BABT, proe i« I mo* MI ah mt wii'i to «iw fler vnr JMy rtniill youug baby drle to plar~ Dot funry leetle baby. Vhen I look of ilhera leetle toen, I'tid suw uat funny leetle nose, L'nd hfard ler vay (lot toaster crovn, I schwile Ukc I was«ia*y. Hornet itnes ilhere comes a leetle sehquall, Dot's Then her vinrty Wtid vill crawl Right In his luetic Htchomack sehmall, Dot'fl ton bad for der baby. Dot ui*ke» him siti(f at night »o »oh*eet, I'nrt go try harrlr. tie must ead, t'nd I iiH' st rhumb fchory on my feet. To u#iji tot leetle baby. pulls my n"*« and kloVg my hair, tad piwU mi- ofer eferywliuru, Ur.it shlofobeii me -but vot I care? 'Hit vo* my small youn# baby. Around my head dot lactic arm Vas sch.'iuosln M« BO nice and vnmi— Oh way UliTe never coom« Mine harm I Jot schniali leelh- habj "I HAVE GOT A ST.CRET." How a Young Lady Feel When She is Engaged. £Froui the New York M»rrt.rj.j The following "intercepted letter," froin the Home Journal, tells fun...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 July 1873

Bismarck and FOOT BALL WR Vicinity. JULY 30,1873. PRAIRIK CHICKESS, Spring Chickens, fresh fish and "sich" at Keatings. A complete assortment of Green House Bedding Plants and Shrubbery. ZASFKL Sr. KILL, Duluth, Minn. GEARINO G'JRDYXE, at the St. James Restaurant, on fourth street, will serve up Spring OhickenR *nd other "nix nax" to order. is rageous nt Bismarck those days. McOI&re, is the champion "Uick.ist" of the country. arc under renewed obligations to the Conductors and Express Messengers «f the Northern Pacific for late papers in advance of mails. A pleasant and .quiet resort is the Le Bon Ton, on Fifth street. Guests will receive refreshments of excellent qualities and the utmost courtesy, at 1 lie bands of its proprietor. FRANK FAOCE, the Pioneer wood man of the upper Missouri, has a force of men constantly at work filling his yard near the mill. The frequent arrival of steamers makes lively times for the "boys." SEE new advertisement of Mr. Dow. lie conies well recomm...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 August 1873

THE BISMAKCK TRIBUNE, An l.-kd-? penitent Ne.w«paptr, publi«h»A by THR BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. ?U83CP.1P*10» PRICK: ... .$2.50 I Three months $1.0rt .... l.W I Single copied 10 year •SI* months. Subncripti^na payable in-var.ably In advance Advertising rates made known on explication at if office. NEWS AND NOTES. Philadelphia htn S7 lager factories. TlifMj'Wlon Times cleared £200,000 last year. Moorhcad la suon to have fl. $5.(CO school house. John B. PaoYer, CUnjtrMWuan from Pan«lvi»nltt, bas returned his. The nwiie of the Edwinton Poff-office has been cbaucad to BUrnft'-ck, Minneapolis has iteam itrcot car* now runnlt-c be­ tween the city nnd Mnne-hn-ha. The Minnesota dtatc Fair will be held at St. (.omicenctiJi on the 2Sd of September. Paul Tho new Keminftou Tttreet car at Minneapolis U* »ucces«. Three men w.er burned death at Butler, Pa., 8*tur-l«y. Cause, burning oil vreli. Hali fell in ehrask* to a depth of two feet in aoran places Monday. Much damage wag done. Thi Portland. Orejr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 August 1873

i$ If ill sr-r-vr\ N 4* •Si- ||H^ ^JWINARCLI IJTIBFLNE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6,1873. INDEPENDENT POLITICS. There is a. movement on foot in Min­ nesota to make Mr. Davis, the Republi 'cfllfc nominee, the choice of both parties --for Governor. Mr. Davis was brought out by the Dispatch, an independent newspaper, and the suggestion was ta­ ken up by the reform element of the .Republican party and he became its nom­ inee. He is a man eminently fitted for the place, possessing as he does, all the attributes necessary to make a wise and efficient Governor, and as the Democrats oan have no hope for their own candi­ date, and if they had could not select a hotter man, the movement to endorse Davi?, seems to be a wise one. By adopting this course, and making judi­ cious nominations for the remaining of­ fices, they could at least elect a part of their ticket, for then the contest would be a struggle for the election ol the best men without reference to party. The Republican party no longer has a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 August 1873

MYOgATHBR,- [Joa Paul In the New fork Tribune,] One thing has always seemed strange to me, by the way—that all the senti­ ment c'f song should be treached oat up­ on "Mam," and not one bit of sugar for -Dad 1 don't object to a good deal being done !n a praUeful way for "Mother," but agree with the impar­ tial critic who remarked thut the old gentleman ought to have a show occaa ioiiEllv. Be mine the task to put in a lyric tor "the old man." I contribute th -so verses to literature not to show that 1 can do one thing as well as another, turn off a poem as easily as an agricul­ tural essay not with any intention to snatch the wreaths from Byron's brow or rob Longfellow of his laurels, (though if i-ritics will draw comparisons, bold me not to blame if they turn in my fa­ vor) but 1 simply sling these verses at vour'head, good reader, in a feeble en­ deavor to do justice to a much ne glerUiil body of our fellow citizens MT rATBBIt. Who hailed me first with rnpturoM* Joy, And ilia not fr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 August 1873

Bismar-ck and Vloiaity. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1678 PRTA.IRIC CHICKENS, Spring Chicken*, fresh fish and "sich" at Heatings. iecT. A complete assortment of Grcien the Northern Pacific, has been appoint Honse Betiding Plants and Shrubbery. ZARPEL & HILL, Duluth. Minn. M. TIPPIE, familiarly known as "Doc" has erected a fine building and will fin­ ish it in first dass siyle for billiard pur­ poses. THE type made us say last week that John Brown had been appointed County Surveyor. They should have read John Bowen. A CHANCE for iun is ten.lered by Com­ pany Second Infantry, See their challenge elsewhere. W wager our nickle on the "hoys in liluo." MABHHALI. & CAMPBELL, the exten­ sive boot and shoe dealers are turning out excellent work, as good as any city ran produce. MB. HKNIMCK.\ of Glyndon, has se eared the lots lately occupied by the Northern Paoill? warehouse f«r a large hotel to be built at an early day. WE have received No. 1, Vol. 1, of the Audobon, Minn., Journal. It is a ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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