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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 December 1878

BISMARCK! MONDAY, DSC. 80L48S&i Vv. #&* c.f MASONIC. •ciiral^GommnQicatidniisorBiBinarck,Lodge A. & A. M., are beld'iu .their ball on irst andthirdmondaysef each month' at 7 m. Brothers in good Handing are cordially in Sited JOSEPif BARiS,W.ta. 'JtsfKBK.eOllBf, Sec. I. O. O. F. The regular mating/of Man'dan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F., are neid in Masonic-Ball every day. Brothers in good rtrdn REIilftlOUH SERVICES. Methadlst ecirvrcsV everjr Sunday at the Pres- HjicrUiiChorchat lO:3a. m. andat Zp. m. The Mupday scheel there as .usual «^er morning vervlce Pray«r meeting at tlie Cntfrcli »_ ^j .r.„u:«i. «T«ry Wednosdsj creuin? At 7:30. Class and prayer meeting everf T1 a-sdayerening, for the pnesntat private houses.'* W HETJ^GBO.-W. Babwbtt,-5 ... .Pastor. Arrlvaland Departure ofMails. On the North Pacific to and fro-n the enstar nre daily,!-exccpV Suiidi»y,'-.at m. Pepart rfaily except Sunday at 7 a. nt. Leave for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bn ford and. the Tongue river ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

$i •&SJS3IF \J S «gWs& *S* &m e&ocg TO THE TRIBUNE RK-COJiVEXINO OF CONGBES8. Congress re-convenes to-morrow. The ItBt busineia in the qpnatt will be the Geneva award and the Indian appropria­ tion te be followed by action on the houae patent law*. Burnside will attempt to get hit amy bill taken up Wednesday. IFTIGT OF BKtUMPTIOH. A Washington special saya the officials begin to feaf that oae of the effects of re sumption will he a glut ef gold, especial­ ly la small coin. MANIFEST INDIGNATION. pie refusal of Secretary Sherman to pay frond cupons at Washington, causes some indignation and one holder will protect his coupon in a legal way. SECRETARY SCHCRZ' BITLY. SecretarySchura promises to make pub­ lic his reply to Gen. Sheridan to-day. It will not be long hut the Secretary thinks it will entirely reftise all the General's al- iiji jiiiOODT-SHiaT OAieiasoH. Wm.?Lloyd Garrison, in a letter ta the XeW, YorkjTWl*!/*!, is in ihrof of a bloody shirt polity toward the so...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

if 1 jt. JtiSMECK BUSINESS D1ECT0RT. BANKB. MERCHANTS BANKIOF BISMARCK ViimUAinriPnit. W. B, MKBBIAK,Vice Pre®. OBO. H. FAiBOHiuM/Mhler. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, NewXork *M^^ Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK. i. W. RAYMOND, Prest. W. B. F(City AVID L*.w,andCity 76tf JOMX A. STOYELL, ..Attorney, }it, Foi.rfii tteet. J'.FIN E. MOTELS. Sheridan House, Jtfsofj Kuri-i«v ri»th BI8MARCK. W J-K. Attorney, LANNEBY ,& ,, West Mala Street, A. \^KTHKBBT. RBY—Attorneys. PBESTON.A..^VILLIAMM). O. Preston, B* Williams.) MafiiStreet. ASSLXT GRAT. ...., •. A. D. PRAT? GRAY A PRATT—Counsellors at Law: Mondy to loai. Commercialpaper bought. •.] 78tafl 'i r. sr. Tv» 7FFT iTTTH j~7TTi DJusticeSTBWABTR-SAttarneyat «Xajr. CARLAND. A,Jtorni',y:KtiLj»w, an4 C.mi'.iv" A"t- irnev PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, B. P. SLAUGHTER,, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And IT. S. Tjixanilning Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER, Otfi •.», pn ResHen(:p nex .to the. Tribune Building,. a Ww&...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

BWBMKOKWiMIMM ,v*v £&.?$*. January.!-. Winder iB come again. The swi 1B aforfco^n.wfcod, arfd^he Has laid Aside it^mantledc By the froafclfeite*. ismotaso Save of the skater's heelfand there is An icy south-west finerer on the lip of storms, Ami the clear icicle hangs cold and still. And the snow-fall is noiseless as a thought. Spring has a rushing sound, and SunfiiEfr sendi Manv sweet voices with its odors out, And Autumn rustleth its decaying rSbe With a complainings whisper. Wint|ad God made his ministry a silent one®^^ And he has given him afoot of steel*" And an unlovely aspect, and a breath Underthe phttiomrf HiaHhand. Loo And it ehalKiM inteiforetM-^Your h'®: Ha^h a teitt^tWi^'SowJ- There is no Ofwatera-with beguilingfor youc^ear^ ...... And the cool forest and the meadows green Witch not your feet away and in the dells There are nouyiolets, antLopon the. There are naliptty plaeestto lied You must go inj^andelrpjfinr chefejrlujj [W§it forjhe offices of love, and hear !iwc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

far-" hi •*Vt,u' aoerouE *V'-" —vitusa: ifrii^t ?P. -»-e- u- Wimr, One Year, -r .• -r /. r. $2 SO I"": :V iVSlx.,jjionths,V[ \TdLi .^knh.?... I ear *Mu*~ jTraawa j-vrj.: Th*bb are rumors in the Sast that the Russian bear is about to turn loose in the China shop, and that washee washee is to be abolished by the ambitious Muscovite. This is a reform long needed and America is profoundly interested fa a war which will obliterate the bosom smashers and cuff frayers, whose voluptuous require­ ments will not permit theul to 'wash even a hole in the heel of a sock, for, lcss.tliaa a.' qi&r$er.^ Russia, .we jine.you in this ctu-' iadc. A letter from Fort Keogh (published in another column), complains bitterly of the manner in which the Deputy Postmaster treats the soldiers stationed at that Post. It is with great regret that The Tribune finds it necessary to whoop up the gentle­ man in question, but the arrogance of some officials can only be reduced by bringing their follies before the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

1 ), iANP a 'Hftyts Icefepsi A'dog* 'i-fio.ni &b ,'CuSitvj 43^.* U' Canada announcesthree pHtV ^s(lit« for *hirmoritl*J v--~ u"** .v eisl-." Bartoriu an3 NeMleGrant will visit .AinerieainMay. Cincinnati contribtited t* the yellow /ever fund nearly $70,000.jda -k. Fred Grant is to have leave of absence' with permission to go abread. Staple products of 'Texas: Four mur »urd«re a day and full jails. "Nothing but leaves," said Ere pleas *n«y, when Adam praised the taste shown in her polonaise. Ricliarda, the mardertr «f nine persons, aear Kearney (Neb.) has been arrested and is now sate in jail. Beechcr has given up bit lectuirt toots *nd will now stay at home and brace up 4he prayer meetings. JL Massachusetts weman locked her us band tip in the hen house and hort^ whipped him for using too much tobacco. .E Gen. Robert Patterson, Philadelphia, is ,4sid to have entertained at his table every President of the United States since Man .icon's time. O'Leary made 4f0 miles in his "famous*...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

O ILij wrm CTJRENT TOPICS. fliTbTW S OF ^armere^SMt-findmacb-itrtheir profit fc a study, and fo: stents the flu ages Postmaster Anderson, of Pittsburg, has been notified, by the Department at Washington, that the scratch of a pen or any other, mark on a circular, intend- ijmwning. r* ed to c*ll particular attentioffM& oUte^feh-** Affian And ture of the circular, does not subject the same to a higher rate of postage than for the anginal matter naarked. idKlfimVr le first ofwesternllStes ha^gg little or no State debt to pay. Illinois has for year* been virtually out of debt, that re­ maining being only^such aa^ payment would not be acce for which there* irampie provision. Michigan is nearly out of debt, and in a few years will have no State tax. All her dropping into Memphis to-day can see no evidence ot the fearful scourge that for three months has been destroying our people. The str^eto^ #*«ed ^rfj yore, with brigtfgjyeil intent on the main ohance, and also with more than the us...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

T*TT?T. the earth to find me, as. she usually was «ompelled to do. There was no necessi­ ty for her remaining amid the rust and roaches, tMe gjpom and interminable stream, of that cavernons kitchen floor of ours on Brooklyn Heights. We had kept boarders now for yearg wd years, or per­ haps the boarders'' haa kept us or: it might have beeli ia' miutuai eking out of exiat^De. But I took care of the cook ing, because in that the main strength of success lay, and -1 didn't* want to keep boprders all my life. When we began it was to please broth­ er Bob. He was a well-to-do salesman in the citv, and used to conie down to the dear old homestead with 'somany airs and graces about him that we grew to look upon him with a sort of awe, and wonder if this pinky gentleman in the high hat and liDen duster could be ot^r Bob, that used to kick all the bottoms opt of the chairs, and never had a whole kpee,iii his breeches that robbed the bird£' nests worried the schoolmaster, was nearly drowned in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1879

InmWA oi yjTiD9u BIBMARCK, MOSIfitT, JAM.«, lt». MASOXIC. SPltt'T SAM:, ire held la their hall on injrat aadthird moadays of each monthiat it Ifi. *»u»»'• JlSSflri!*' IJIBBI*. COBBY, Sec. I.O.O.F. Tho rogalar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 13 O. O. P., are held, in Masonic Hall every Tues, day. Brothers tn gixra standing are cordially iu «M 8I« HANAUBK,-S.Hfc B.O. BOSTWICK, ft. Sec. SEL16IOU8 SEBVIC£». Methodist services every Sunday at the Pres kyterian Church at 10:3 a. in. and at 7 p. m. The •tfndat sfchool there as usual immediately after •orniacservice Prayer meeting at the- church •rery Wednesday evening at 7:30. CIMI tud grayer misting every Thursday evening, for the •rfooat at private houses. liav, tiao. W. BABKITT.P: Pastor. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. O. Miller, B. .. pr O., rector, ttcrviees at the brick school house Leavefor fcadwood and other.points in the Wack Hills daily at 8 a. m. Leave for Tongue Kiver every Snnday at 8 a. ra. Kc(lstered Mails for all Points Close at5 P. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

,*.'Ji'te^'S' VOL. VI. -T »»tsU v* ,• «*,« ^5jj*y' .n»- WfVfc imnftrffl^ i,Afi£ii*f^&P£d&FW 1Y TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE fMMW8 GOBBLED FROM ALL uftft:- .OVER THE WOULD. ViiKitive Cheyenne Indians---Sitting Ball Wants tm 0 Surrender Ondi- ttonally—The Potter Cemmittee— :".. A Bt«r Hcheme for the Be-Organi Miien of the Army. .. {Special Dispatch to The Tribune.] FUGITIVES COKRALLKD. .i ST. PxtrL, Kino., Jan. 13.—A special dis­ patch states that fifty of the fugitive Chey «nnes, from Camp Robinson, are still at large, and are in the strongholds in the Muffs, but are corralled by troops and will probably be captured as soon as reinforce­ ments arrive. CONDITIONALLY. Two runners train Sitting Bull who Slave arrived at the Cheyenne agency, Port Sully, announce that at a grand coun­ cil of Sitting Bull's band, it was decided to ask permission to come in if sure of a .good receptioa. 1 THE POTTER COMMITTEE. The Potter committee, by a party vote, decided not to admit the testimony of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

1 1 y':pi ?li A •to- ll#Si lite* iL A 1 20 2122 Bent 202122 U\ *UoiK w« THE NEWS CONDENSED "'!v 'r OOAIi OIL BXPLdSlbN. '. Charles Langly, of NictiolsVille^ Kv., attempting to kindle a fire' with coal jil was fatally-burned,' also ore of his children. •. EXPLOSION. WE :U. 11 Engine 17 on the Central Pacific rail­ road blew up Jan. 2d, near Summit, killing the engineer and fireman, and badly, wouhd ing the condcutor of the train. FALL FROM A BALLOON. Jan. 8. Prof. Hehry Dierk attempted a balloon ascensloe at Jonesboro, Craighead county, and fell from the trapeze a distance of l,OOo feet and was instantly killed. BUICIEB. A short time ago W. N. Castle, city clerk of San Jose, Cal., absconded, a defaulter to a small amount. A dispatch from Astoria reports that he was arrested there on the 6th, in6t., when he blew his brains out., DIED FROM COLD. I Y, At an entertainment New Years' night in the city hall at Barnesville, Ohio, called the "Feast of Mondamin," upwards of 150 persons were t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

What is ^houglit .^ A thought is but amenta] nhk, &( In life's connected ,cbain,^ fr, *$ And'he thinks well who leanistathb1^ By guiding well the train. Often our thoughts are unexpressed, And thus forgotten seem, Tet mind like ocean cannot rest) Though heedless as a dream. But he that wil his heart to kee W' Must see how fleet Is thought, (And he who doth a harvest reap Must treasure lessons taught. An& he must watc|i,the\hS' As sentinels watch ttidirfoji If he approve himself ad mother hrt nqyenkrtb sti&ra&vtriefi &ferv restore her. hut -. Nf at rise wjse Their grace ahdjwisdbm^ at Here mind expands, if we survey What heaven to us has wrought, Since God himself hasmqde our. clay WS Receptacles of thought. -"f' & This is the watchword, keepyour heart, ,v Your duty to fulfill, Thus strength of purposeto impart, And charms of love instil. v' ''~V Not with the angels can ~we Vie,' We're little lower made, Nor can we boast their power to fly j, From harm that ma...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

(Wf't t!' a 1 BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION BATESs I WKIKIIT-, One Tear, $2 60 Six Month*. 1 BO Three Months ADVERTISING RATES: «. Transient.—One inch. one time1 $1 rabeeq«em Insertions, SO cent*' additional Hi**. neupnruSl. «t same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-flve rents per -WRo for *»uo for each §rst Insertion and fifty cents per fo subsequent insertion. Contract Rated.—One inch. three months. $5 Sift inches, three months. 81® 5 inches, $lft 10 Inches, $25 20inches. $50. Professional cards, (oar Uaes «r 4eea, per an nm, $10 Additional fines. $2.50. Local bnslness notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Original poetry, $1 per Une. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, JAN. 13.1879- '.j CcmroitAL ROT.ATJDL, ?f the Ttb Casraliy, who was charged witliflie killing of James Brooks, tL»s beeo discharged on the pre hmiliary examination. There was no evi­ dence that he fired the shot, and the testi­ mony was that he was a man of exemplary habits...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

v' «£WS AND NOTES|/ Caleb Curbing is dead. The people of Atlanta, Ga., are skating, for the tirst time in twenty years. If this weather keeps on, we shall «oon •Isave a "solid norlli."—/.a&e City 'Leader. As the Ameer's camels are all dying off, Ifce will probably have to hump himselk— fort Benton Record. A Michigan girl. Miss Eunice Jewell, always kisses the editor she visits. Oh! Eunice 'Jewel George WMhingtbn'is to be hanged in Kentucky in February, and Jefl". Davis in Bouth Caroliok in April. Minneapolis has lost eight flouring mills lire within tbe past year, out «t" a total •f eigbly-seveu so destroyed in the United States. Charlotte Bronte's piano is advertised for private sale in England. Its authen­ ticity is guaranteed, and it is still in good condition. „The weather is so terribly cold in Chi «ago that hotel proprietors are paying fat. men $5 a night to sleep with their guests '. keep them from freezing.—Philadelphia Chronicle. .....---ry Grant recently made ijt si Du...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

BiSMroy#8SiPP MECTflKR -BA'XKA IMANN. Prest. W. R, MKRKIAK, GEO. II. P. FLANnkby. Vice Pres. FAIBCHIID, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National p«iV Mew York Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK, J. W. RATMOMD, Prest. Vfc A general banking business transacted. Iuter Mt allowed on time deposits. Collections prompt fr attended to. G*o. J. K. WETHEBBT. TmLAN^Eli^^^EraERBY AttS6n%s. ^^j-w^t^a»irt^ei 'r r* #*3 W a uL J?? i_ 'M Jk A. Williams.) ?iain_StreetX£ DJusticeSTEWART-Attorney A. ANSLBT GHAT. A. D. PRATT. GRAY 6 PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bought. 73me AVID at Law and City v-' JOHN JOHN. 7«tf A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth -tu'i-t. E. CARL AND,-. Attorney at Law, and Coutiiy Attorney. 1 PHYSICIANS AND SUItGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And 17. S, fizairiimnff Surgeon. Office at Dunnes Drag Store. DOCTOR H. K. PORTER. Offi'« smd-Residence nei to the Tribme Bnilding. Wm. A BBNTLBY, PHYSICIAN AND SUHGE...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

Francis Joseph's filey Safel*amm#g»£,*|it jUfbJ whe wi&M$njtaij| |s|reJi^oftge Tr, the Ischl unite, emoosomecrinvv fragrant pine, upon which look down from afar the snow clad peaKs of the Bavarian Alps, is the summer retreat ot the most hard-worked and consciencious. and 6t, perhaps, the most unfortunate of European crown heads. Driving up abroad gravel road bor dored on both sidesWa closely-sharen sward, dotted w|S| evergrei ns, extlnd&^on y&imri^bt" lotty pine.clad hill with winding paths and rustic summer houses, known as the Kaiserburg, you approach the house, a plain mansion of white^fltone, looking cool and refreshing-in^the-sunlighC "with its bright green jalousies and its frame­ work of pine-wooded hills. In front is a wide parterre, ablaze with* beds of hothouse fiowers in all colors of the r.iin-t bow. Flanking the vestibule are two grand hunting subjects in bronze, the size of lite, purchased by the Empress at the Vienna Exposition. You enter the spacious hall...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1879

iljefismardtSrilmtie. .BISMARCK, MONDAY, JAM. 18, 187». MASONIC, The rteular communications of Bismarck Lodge •(•. 190, A. A.M., are held in their hall on the flrat and third mondays ef each month at 7 its. •UKR N. COREY* Sec. I.O.O. F. The racular meeting of Maadan Lodge So. 12 O. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Toea inr. Brother* in good etanding are cordially in *3*4. J. M. CAftNAUAN, N. G. LOUIS fiBCHLBR, R. See. RELIfilOUH BEBVICKS. Methodist services every Sunday at the Pres lyterian Church at 10:8 a. m. and at 7 p. m. The •undav achool then aa uaual immediately after morning service Prayer meeting at the church every Wednesday evening at 7:80. Class and prayer meeting every Thuraday evening, for the •TMsnt at private houses. ra Rkv, Geo. W. Ba*w«tt, \r-- Pastor. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D», rector. Servicea at the' brick achoel house •very Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday •cheel after morning aervice. All are cordially invited to attend. Arrival and D...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1879

'•it v.' 1 v-- v-'- •,-' k?' •••'^i'1 Jto.'J -•m 1 'i-r'-ft/it&'Hy .• -«rii ?~k' iw is-i. ,) -v t-ii ij t'. &••!< '•." 5 ''.-"J •"•**.i'iYf 8T TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE MJBWS GOBBLED JFROM ALL OVEil THE WORLD. The Reno l«ve»tlg»tltn—filrtrd's Te«tlaa«nv-"Savage Slonx—Gen. Hltermm Upholdn the Sfllltl*—The CeneTi Award Bill Pawed—The Army Bill—Miscellaneous Xetes. [Special Dispat to The Tribune.] RENO. 8T. PAUL, Jan. 30.—Girard's te»tiinony "before the Reno court Saturday was mere udverse to Reno than any yet given. It was substantially as predicted in the Bis­ marck dispatches. THK SIOUX. Two runners from the hostile Sioux -camp in the British possessions reached :the Cheyenne agency Friday. They are Kinneconjos, and say there are about 400 lodges of Minneconjos and Tansars that won't couie into the agency and settle down. UP HOLDS THE MILITARY Gen. Sherman, in an interview, rjgor. •ously upholds the action of the military at Camp Robinson in the late Cheyenne dif Hcuky,and...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1879

I fa s. NB^S OF THE WEEK GRIMES AND CRIMINALS. Joseph Dowd, was hanged at St. An­ drews, Charlotte county. New Brunswick -Jan. 14, for the murder of Thomas Edward Ward, at New River, last September. Charles Etheiidged, the St. Paul ab BCOundin^ae*S^^K^W^^'OTra^an^hfUS" -made restitution of $25,000 in cash, and $5,000, in property. He~ relents and made restitu tion under the influence of hts wife. Eight {(tills have been seized in Stan­ ley county^ lf6WBC3aroltoa, ©d eight ^HU.. era arresteflP Tnie'of the* raiding •'p*&rtjr' was shot. Seizures were made -at- Bennittsville .and Walhalla, flouth^Carolina, tytf the .prop­ erty taken at the latter place.was. srecaptured by a band.of Georgians. The Bismarck Trihunt, jjiyes an ac­ count of a .murder, at that. plac,e, /on Ne^ Tear's eve, James Brooks was jthe ..victhjj. rand the murderer was Corporal Roland. .The murder took place at a ball or .Qrgiegivejn at a house of ill-fame, and was the re?i\tof an old grudge, vA first fight was be...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1879

1 *v 4^WM» Good-night !. Now the weary rest by right, And the busy lingers bending Over work that Eeemgfunendit Toil no more till morning ligl Gcod-night! Go to rest! Close the eyes with slumber prest ,^~In.:th$ street 'f Wa^fiB bwfagj !fe* Nignti makes (g' Got&reat!# $& 'im &x& s^le^ice^gcpwing Kwateh-jhprn blowing. 0mT~ Baft? Slumber sweet. Blessed dreams each dreamer greet. He. whom Jn: sweet dr May W&m r. love has kept from sleeping^ renins iiowo'er him cSrieepinff Slumbersw Good-night! •, Slumber till the morning light, Slumber till the pew to-morrow ,r.»? From the N. Y. World. vas lr Comes and brings its own new sorrow We are in the father's sight— Good-nightT iv UPPER ^NDOM OF COLOR. —1 White Coachiften and Servants, Hous­ es, Lands,Bonds, Casli. Standing in West Bleecker street on a Sunday morninSi or airernuun. alter ser­ vice in the churches at the corner of Bleecker and Tenth streets and in Sulli vaD street one gets some, notion of the wealth and taste...

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