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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 10 June 1874

Rare Jostle* AerabandatartieHveduBderaasyrUe, Joat In the pond at the foot of the hill, The erab «u the hmck-f^, TOPJ, MdbUeki IbttlHll Vtl BUUT—Wi *n® The turtle gave orders fromo* I The erab did the maAetfa* bar no htaidf. And worms St as batter and aH foil of splatter He brought fer his vaster to lay on the shelf. They lived there together through all the line wea­ ther, And then came the autumn with whirlwind and gale The pond grew an ocean, and In the commotion The turtle Imagined his victuals were stale. "I've pains in my liver," said he, with a shiver "The worms are like shavings, the snails have no meat, I'm meagre and hollow I was an Apollo Go quickly and get me some food 1 can eat." They argued together. The crab said the weather Was much too severe for his delicate frame ••The wind," said his master, '"will blow you the faster Then kicked the crab oat with no scruples of shame. Ten sprawls! he is landed, well watered and sanded One groan! and he starts for the inn just ah...

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. — 10 June 1874

(tbf ^ismartk ^ribun^. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck) D. T.j June 10( 1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church every Sunday as follows: lO-^- a. no. sod 71 p. m. Sabbath School and Bible Class at 2£. Prayer meeting every "Wednesday evening at the Parsonage at 7£ o'clock. Sewing Mac/.ines to rent, at the U. S. Express Office. 48"m2 Sewing Machines of all kiads repaired, at the U. S. Express Offic:. 4a"m4 And still it rains rain every day the past week. Harry Douglas has put on, a 14x24 foot addition to his store building. The grasshoppers are reported to have kone no harm in the Sheyenne Valley. The express business at Bismarck amounts to about $650 a week or $2,500 a month. A gun shop will be opened, in a few days, in Raymond's old stand, by W. A. Peterson. Messrs. Wells & Winston have secured the contract for building an office for Dr. Porter. E. H. Davie is opening a hardware" store at Moorhead a branch of his Brainerd enterprise. The Josephine made the trip from Carroll to...

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. — 17 June 1874

1 it ft ii'N* VbL. 1. II ,1 !isr 3 ||isroarck of An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE S One year $2.Q0 I Three months 75 gix months li25 Single copi«s 10 Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRANSIENT.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 50 cts. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions $1.25. One-fourth column, 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, ltime, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RATES.—One square 1 year, $20. One eighth column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, 1 year, $70. One-half column, 1 year, $120. One column, 1 year, $200. LOCAL NOTICES.—Editorial, 25 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in special notice column, 10 -cts. per "line. NOTES AND NEWS. Santa Anna lias returned to Mexico, after 18 years xile. Thomas Scott is now President of the Penn...

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. — 17 June 1874

Bismarck, D. T., June 17,1874. rOILT OB WISDOM, WHICH? The Fargo Exprm urges that all in­ terests, Republicans, Liberal Republi­ cans, Democrats and Grangers should combine and give their united support to a candidate for Congress, from the Northern part of the Territory. It is held that the Southern part of the Territory is demoralized by personal quarrels and factional fights to such an extent that it is likely to present half a dozen different candidates, and if so, a candidate receiving the united vote of the Northern part of the Territory, would" be certain of an election. This figures out very nicely on paper but it must be remembered that while the Southern part of the Territory has eight thousand voters, the Northern has not to exceed two thousand, and, the TRIBUNE believes, the way things are shaping, that a candidate from this part of the Territory would not stand the ghost of a chance, even if half a dozen candidates do run in the South­ ern part of the Territory. A conte...

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. — 17 June 1874

mm [Written for the ?ismarek Tribune.] 1k«l»TT©riPil#r/- Eloquent Sx*eohtf» and Votes on Wo­ man's Suffrage. These, Mr. Editor are the startling headlines that adorned theCongresslenal Column of the St. Paul Pioneer of WaySHh, and which ctaveyed to the waiting people of Pembina, the tidings that the new and beautiful Territory, which we have come to fondly regard as a star of the first magnitude, had been ig cominlously snuffed out, and denied a place in the galaxy of States, by the "undevout Astronomers1' of the Senate chamber. But the amendment was the unkindest cut of all* Just think of it! Nineteen grave and reverend Sen­ ators deliberately seeking to empty npon our unwill­ ing heads a perfect Pandora box of evils, and sup­ porting the iniquitous measure that would have en­ tailed upon our voung and struggling Commonwealth, the stigma and disgrace of female suffrage The wo­ men of the country may well stand appalled at the alarming prospect, and it is quite time some of us utter...

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. — 17 June 1874

ALE l^te*wretr ^5rtta»4. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T.f Jtme 17j'.1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church every Sunday as follow?: lO^a. m'.and 7j- p. m. Sabbath School ai)d Bible Class-at 2*.- Prayer meeting every Wednesday everting at the Parsonage at' 7-^ o'clock. I Sewing Machines to rent, at the U. S. Express Office. 48*m2 Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired, at the U. S. Express 0flic2. 48-m2 P. P. P. PUOF. Comer laid on our table, on Saturday, a bunch of as fine radishes as we ever saw—and of Dakota growth. Golden Sceptre. A. Hovey, of'Cap t. Clark's Company, had a leg broken yesterday, while on fatigue duty. Hovey is one of the best men in the company. Fragrant Flowers. SOMEBODY says Gopher Mirrors were quoted at a dollar each at Stimpson's. Stimpson will increase his order—and there may be a funeral. P. P. P. Horse-thieves have been plying their trade right lively of late—some of them are known and there is talk of organ­ izing for protection from them. Fragran...

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. — 24 June 1874

VOL. lv SP An Independent Newspaper, published By THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE tJO. js- i, 8CB8C8I*TIOH PtfOK? One year $2.0(9 I Three months. Six months. 1.25 Single copies.. Subscription* payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING .RATES. TRANSIENT.—1 square, 1 time,'$1. AdditionalIn­ sertions, 50 cts. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions $1.25. One-fourth colonto, 1 time, $3.G0 additional insertions $2.50. One-toalf column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions S|.l» One colunm, 1 time, $10 additional inserttonyjwr CONTRACT RATES.—One square J. year, $20. one eighth column, 1 yearj $40. NOTES (AND NEWS. Va^.A 1 Johp Carter Brown, of Rhode Island, is dead, The'Mississippi River is pn the rampage npw at 'St. The wife of Senator Ca^rmdJgd_at_.Harri8biiigh Friday. The amended bankrupt lawVas passed both houses of Congress, ©rops in the soiitlf are suffering from tlie-long con­ in youth of 95,'*married a miss of 18 at Somerset, Mifeh., last week, ft Oon.£heridan left Washingto...

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. — 24 June 1874

T. 1 ^be 'Jjismartk f£tibnne, Bismarck, D. T., June 24,1874. Black Hills Correspondence The TBIBUNE sends a special corres­ pondent with 6en. Custer's Black Hills Expedition whose dispatches and cor­ respondence will be found bf special interest to those looking for correct in­ formation concerning that country, the discoveries made by the explorers, and the prospects. He will give all that can be learned from any source, and his reports can be relied upon. Now is the time to subscribe for yourselves or your friends—subscription price, Two Dol­ lars. Address TBIBUNE, Bismarck, D. DUNNEIil/S BAG PAY. Notwithstanding the attacks of the St. Paul Press and other Minnesota pa­ pers, the signs of the times indicate that Dunnell will be re-nominated and re-elected to Congress in the 1st Dis­ trict of Minnesota. Though a terrible war is being waged against him, not one of those opposing can point to a single instance wherein he has failed to do his duty, or to accomplish all that was ex­ pe...

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. — 24 June 1874

five THE KOUJTTZ UHE. B18MABCK, Jane 23,1374. To tU Editor 4f the Bitmarck ^ributu: Several letters String recently ap­ peared in St. Louis papers reflecting upon the new route to Montana via N. P. R. R., Kountz line steamers and the Diamond overland line, I desire space in your columns to refute the slanders against the Kountz line in these anon­ ymous communications. Some six or seven years ago S. B. Goulson, now the manager of a line of Missouri river boats, was in the employ of Com. Kountz as engineer and part owner of the boat on which he was then employed. After one season's service, he became interested in an independ­ ent boat. Com'. Kountz, having ob­ tained the contract for the transporta­ tion of military sup^ies, gave Mr. Coul son a trip for uis new boat. At this time competition for the business on the Missouri river became quite lively, and new boats were added by the sever­ al parties, and in consequence the two lines became somewhat embittered each toward the other. ...

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. — 24 June 1874

^inurdi BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck) D. T| June 24, 1874. eTerv Services at tho Presbyterian Church Sunday as follows: 104 a. m. and ?In Sabbath School and Bible oi.m at 24. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the Parsonage at 7£ o'clock. Sewing Machines to rent, at the U. S. I|presS Office. Sewing Machines of all kinds repaired, at tljUJ. Express Office. Henry Waller caught a 45 pound cat fish in Apple Creek last week. The fare from Bismarck to St. Paul is now $24 instead of $22.80 as before. Ask Col. Brownson for a ticket to Moorhead, and see what fee says, lhe boys all ask him. Th« printers enjoyed Dakota grown peas for dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Pen riell grew them in her little garden. Messrs. Donahue & McCarty have dis­ solved p&rtneYship. McCarty runs the mail and express between Bismarck and Fort Rice. Gen. Stanley's command has been ordered from this Department to the Department of the Lakes, being relieved by the 1st Infantry. The Sioux City Times says: Al. L...

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. — 8 July 1874

VOL. 1. ^jismartk ^ribnnf. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. scBSCftirnow PRICK One year ...$2.00 I Three months ."5 Six months.: 1.251 Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING BATES. TRiHSrxrr.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 50 cts.. each. One-eighth column, ltime, $2 additional insertions $1.25. One-fourth column, 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, ltime,'$6 additional insertions'$4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RITES.—One square 1 year, $20. One eighth column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, 1 year, $70. One-half column, 1 year, $120. One column, 1 year, $200. LOCAL NOTICES.—Editorial, 25 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per LEGAL ADVKP.TISKMKKTH, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used, making one square,)one insertion, $1.50 additional insert...

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. — 8 July 1874

jtfibe »istnarck ^ibnne. Bismarck, D. T., ,1874. THE TOWltSITE. Th« townsito matter is nov in a fair way for settlement within the next thir­ ty, days, and can be settled within that time if the people will join in the neces­ sary petition for townsiting. Col. Sweet is here ahd is frilly empowered to act in the premises, on behalf of the Townsite Company. Mr. Proctor has accepted the offer of Gen. Cass, and Mr. Hackett will probably do so. Mr. Pot­ ter has returned to his post at Pembina, so that Land Office will be open for bu siness in a few days. Col. Brown, Re­ ceiver of the Bismarck Office, has ship­ ped his goods to Bismarck, and the ap­ pointment of a Register is daily expect­ ed, so that this office will soon be open­ ed. Things is working. M1SSOURI RIVER COAL.. The TRIBUNE noted sometime ago the fact that the rail road company had contracted for several hundred tons of coal for use on the road. The first installment of this coal was brought down by the Peninah some days ago...

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. — 8 July 1874

TT- fke !4ttl« Wee Tkim* There1* a little wee thing in *ort?°'°,ars' It chitterethon witb tti Over peasant and king, Its spell it hath flung, That dear little thing, A lady's tongue! There's a wee little thing in this world of ours, And it throbbeth *nd throbbeth the lire-long day, And in palace hall* and in leafy bowers, It holdeth alike its potent sway Bright joy can it bring, Or. deep sorrow Impart, That dear little thii?g, A lady's heart. There's a wee little thing in this world of ours, And it sparkleth and sparkleth the lire longday No dew-drop that hangs on the morning flowers Is so beaming and bright as its beauteous ray No skill can we bring That its shaft can defy, That dear little thing, A lady's eye! There are many charms in this world of ours, That cluster and shine over life's long day The wealth of the mine, and the statesman's powers, And the laurels won in the bloody fray No spell can they fling That my bosom can move. Like that witching thing, A lady's lore! The Ne...

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. — 8 July 1874

ra&6 wfeek, conies, to? There js Bisiaarck-r^no wmrnrnSStimmMmrn ^ismartk Afftmi. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, B. T., July 8, 1874. Services &t the Presbyterian Church every. SwiwS^y followK: 10^- a. m. and p. at. "Sabbath School and Bible Class at Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the Parsonage at 7^ "o'clock. Sewing Machines to rent, at the U. S. Express Office. •4^ln2 SewinR Machines of all kinds repaired, at the U. S. Express Office. 4S-m2 J. W. Raymond & Co., have put on a delivery wagon. Commodore W. J. Kountx arrived at St. Pawl yesterday, and will visit Bis­ marck this week. Bass' imported and St. Paul Cream Ale, at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Maj fir II gus, who passed up on the Josephine, will assume command of Fort Benton on his arrival there. Capt. Harman and wife, and sister, spent Monday and Tuesday in Bismarck the ladies have gone to Minneapolis. The celebrated "P. P. P„" and other fanoy ^tobaccos, at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Gus Gilbrath ca...

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. — 29 July 1874

VOL. 2. An Independent n„. Newspaper published V»y THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SDB3CHIPTIOW PBICBSs |2.00 I Three months 1-851 Single copies 10 Ffcbscrfptlons payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRiBEiKST.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional In *ertions, 60 cts. each. One-eighth column. 1 time, *2 additional insertions $1.25. One-fourth colum Ttlme 13.60 additional Insertions $2.50. Onenau "olumn 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One -column', 1 time, $10 additional COHTRACT RATES.—One lnf£ion8$6^ square 1 year» dAlS co'umn, I y»v Ont-f.»rlh collumD ySr»7#. One-half column, 1 yea'. »120' on(! VSSJSM-i-. P« Jj-.. B» Piness notices in local column, 15 cte.:per line. »u sinesg noticcs in special notice column, 10 cts. per 1IN E" ADVERTISBMKSTS, n0«FvJ\ni.. per square, (ten lines .. 051) ems of type used, making one insertion $1.50 additional insertions 75 cents 'The space" occupied by displayed lines will be measured ai solid type of the size used in the body of the advertis...

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. — 29 July 1874

none ^ismarrk ^tjihnue. Bismarck D. T., July 29,1874. THE ELK POINT PLATFORM. The following is the platform on which Judge Kidder was nominated. \. As the Republican party is, and ever has been the party of progress and reform, and as that party, sustained by all loyal citizens, carried the country through a war costing billions of treasure and hun­ dreds ef thousands of lives, a war initiated by Dem­ ocratic politicians in the South, resulting in the abolition of slavery and the restoration of peace and prosperity, followed by the adoption by the Demo­ cratic party of Republican measures and Republican candidates, we hereby declare our continued faith in and adherence to the Republican party, and faith in the ability and disposition of that party to initiate and carry out the measures of reform necessary^ to pro­ mote the best interests of the entire people. 2. Wuile declaring our disposition to work with all good citizens to remove, by lawful means, the bur­ dens of monopoly, and ...

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. — 29 July 1874

BT JKSM CLEMKST. Two little house plants, children of May, Twins In their graces, and bom in a day, Coming to bloom witn the daffodils gay. Forerunners they of the balmiest flowers Summer calis ih her earliest hours. Eclipsing in fragrance the queen of the bowers. Sweet little house plants, daily more daar, Seemingly freshets when winter is here, Lavishly scenting the zone of the year. Bright little house plants, fondled how much, Nurtured each day by love's tenderest touch Unmatched here below, only heaven has such. Mothers most blest, in thy beauty arrayed, These plants, which the Lord on thy bosom has With thinefneed the Vinedresser* fashioning aid. Mother most meek, with the love-beaming eyes, I know thou will look to the Husbandman wise To train thy twin tulips to bloom in the sides. A Visil. How late we sat that night in May Or should I say that morning? For when I quitted you, my sweet, The day was nearly dawning The dim east thrilled with light unborn So soon to- break night...

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. — 29 July 1874

"^isinarck ^ributi?. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., July 29, 1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church fa the morn joe at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. Bible class and Sabbath Sehool at half part Ptayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 clock. All are cordialy invited. Sewing Mac/.ines to rent, Office. Josh Billing's Spice It is almost impossible to pick up any local news here just now. Very many of our citizens are out of town, at work in the hay fields, and the weather has been so excessively hot that the few that remained hadn't vim enough left to make a decent local. Talk about going north for cool weath et! Bosh! 106° in the shade at noon, and 84° at 7 p. m. Among the passengers on board the special train leaving here Sunday, were C. W. Mead and son. Alexander Ramsey, of St. Paul, E. G. McClay, of the Dia­ mond line, Helena, M. T., W. D. Anderson, W. C. Foreman, J. S. BOCK ree and Richard Drane, of Hannibal, Mo., W. G. LeDuc, Hastings, Minn,, A. Willia...

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. — 5 August 1874

$ I Ue»2 VOL. 2. ||fte l|ismartfc ||ribnue. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION FRIO*: One year $2.001 Three months gix months. 1.25 Single copies— Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING BATES. TRANSIEST.—rl square, 1 time, $1.. Additional in­ sertions, 50 eta., each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions (1.25. One-fourth column, 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2JW. One-half column, I time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RATES.—One square 1 year, $20. One eighth column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, year, $70. Ofie-half column, 1 year, $120. One column, 1 year, $200. LOCAL NOTICES.—Editorial, 25 cts. per line. Bu Mness notices in local column, 15 cts. per Itoe. Bu* siness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per 11DLEQAL Postmasters are authorised to act as o*r agents, retaining a commission of 12J per cent.—or 25 cents for each vearly subscri...

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. — 5 August 1874

3£(te ^Jismartk ^itnne. Bismarck, D. T«j Aug. 5, 1874. THE TOWHSITE. The townsite question is still unset­ tled, though it is generally understood Mr. Hackett will accept the terms pro­ posed by General Cass, and should he accept, we apprehend there will be no difficulty in arranging with the other contestants. It will then remain for the inhabitants to join in a townsite petition, but before asking them to do so, we hope the railroad authorities, or the Puget Sound Company will arrange a schedule of prices and the terms on which they propose to sell lots now oc­ cupied by actual settlers. "While we do not believe they would under any circumstances take advantage of the settlers in this matter, there are those who are naturally suspicious, and for their benefit there should be a fair understanding. The sutlers who are here, came on in gooafaith, and the most of them have exhausted their available resources in building and in living. They have waited paitently, in many instances two ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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