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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1881

Sismortfe gribune. •Y LOUNtikBlkRV JIWCLL. •.-* 'misijAiLytftiBtira, £?&!£!* «T?r* morning, except Monday at r.»t»?^S:^L. !cota' '*{leji*eredby Carrier to all partsof the city at twunty-fltts wilts per week, ur. Upecjaoutli.. i5 •VBSCOIPTION MAMS. ..i-:'} Pnemonth. pottage paid.. 1-00 rhree month*, postage paid..... .' 3.00 hit 11 11 r» 5*00 Ouciyear, 10.00 THE WBEKLY TRIBUNE* Eight pages co&iainlng a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local,'published vunr Friday, MM,.postage paid, to any address tor f*dO ," RATES of ADVERTISING TRANSIENT &1.00 per inch first insert iota GO cents tot second Und 23 Ciitits for each subsequent insertion." TSAnbrcoKTiucT BATES: for contract hltes apply at office, or Betid for AS.V«ti«Jmi Card of Hates." ,\ WKBKtr HATKSJ. LbcalaiO cents per line, per day, or 39 cents t«:r line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Br-.vier type, 15 cents per line, tneasnrctl ten iiiies to the inch. BISMARCK, D. T., MAY 6,1881. ...

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. — 6 May 1881

& 4* HAPPY MANDAN. 7\v All Traces of the Reoent. Flood Removed, and Everybody is Happy and Prosperous. A Batch of" News Items Contrib­ uted by Our Sister Aoross the Stiver. MASDAM KITU. The running of trains to tlie end of the track will aid the Maudan boom. Seeding west of the river (Mandan side) will be fully completed this week. Warren Carpenter, a well-known attor­ ney from St. Paul,has opened a law office, and will immediately enter upon the practice of his profession. Hager Brothers will move into their new office on Main street next week. It is not only located above the flood-mark, but is four feet high and dry above the level of the street. If it is true that Mandan people liave to go down stairs to get into the second stories of their houses, then it certainly must be true thut Bismarck people have to go up stairs to get into their cellars. The Board of County Commissioners have laid out the first road in Morton county, it being the continuation of Sec* oud street, due...

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 May 1881

mis bed 11 ff Oh, miy lier ilwft «rftmaytKonM»&ker creep! mrhunphant e'ertheogegtedpalla it jhoW-M'iitu'} "-'•:-4i'. -5 '.Tn':^ vT?i:•'».*: rruHsqntf IHIlOVIl WHlLA-fAMWB^ 3^ofatbeA^MiW6aWa.BanTille. —^ascqtr^Bruhiew^fr'aa-^ wio« Jhair, their high-heeled sandals, and a per impwre hM W*lel *8iem sit for a Dianas and Andromedas Sat he is ajnoqt unxomantic fellow, and is ^yedByJ1dreffi®3^rother than ilhose of gain. Although he is bnt thirty, baspHn«d fame and. some fortune and "~iis Boinaustribus that bellies horn useless "words and time consumers—that is to say %ftor the art' exhibit closed, Jacques determined to go on a sketching 'ttour. So he packed his trunk, assisted by •entered with a note. It was a nice little -T'^tftigdaiat»W nnnfamod, and th° address "was written in me most delicate hand im -aginable. Hereadit, frowned, and cramp .. Jtwg it np^ threw it. on the floor... ^•/'(^afqundihejwomen!" he. cried.....I tl^in&ter? asked his friend. i. Thy/l'nrsjiQhaa unfooktf fef...

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. — 6 May 1881

«WH ailMAI THK QRB4T mgftTA.FJ.ttOIl. five Erge I-Ihira currant" haa'befcti ifeatrfally1 strong and it iaa wonderweare hereatalL I find Da kota'e capital j^fl^^itfl^ the fact that bat a short time ago some of her streets were canals and her houses water-tanks. All around, however,, are evidences in plentj of the ruin wrought I bare even sadder tales .to tell those,of jQiy,brevioi^s^Aapatcl Vaniilllon aad ,Tjabkibta,,^£both river, except in that part of Nebraska in which he 8t James and Helena, far above miles than wed mpc&i&tt and appalling I cannot describe it, nor conld any pen. It tr&nsoends words, and the eye fails to, .aae, but. moi ties rof -.ijkHe 1' ^icfc^egT wtjotel $ The Miascari ran throagh and over the lower part of Yankton, andthe, gorges belowpbetnictinf its coarse, tarried- s^thefofen/,* Across ing the James river four miles above its mouth, and for more than- twenty- covered with homes, and settled as densely as any I know inihe Wea| Of trees^ there were ...

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. — 6 May 1881

Tueaday dially invited. Mr'«. *g I & '•*•., i- HeJtaMrck ftUmttt ftBLlGIOUS 8ERVI0KS. JUCTHOIH8T CHURCH—Serrlc** every SUB ••i HEW church QI» 5th street, at it a. Jandt M. M. Rniiday ae hool immediately alter tf 'WOiiiinx «etyiee. Praver meeting every wedneeday evening at the pamoate at 8 p. m. J. 11. Bou. Pastor. J*Kmmauii CICMB.-Sunday service at 11 a.' M.aad 7Mf. m., St. Paul time. All are In­ vited aeato free. Sunday school immediately JDonliii. Ktvlcc., Weekly prayer ana teachers' meeting Wednesday erenlnig at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STBTBKS. Pastor. Vinrauo CiskcR.-Ftrtt mam. 7:80 a. m.:hlgh mass with sermonv 10:30 a. m. Sunday school ». m. Tespersjlexhortation and benediction, tiwp.«. Slain street, west end. HUT.WILLIAMS. Cdvaoi OVTHB Rector. BBCAV or Lira (Episcopal)— Re*. J. G. Miller. Rector. Services every Sunday si 11 a. m. and 8 p. to. Sunday School at 4 p.m. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. F. A. M.—The regular communications of iMmavck Lodge So. 18, A. F. A. llo sre held In their...

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. — 13 May 1881

SfMlUT.JtEK STRAPS. Lieut, and Mrs. J. C. Avers, of Fort Liiicoln, went East Monday. Dr. R. B. Benliam, U. S. A., was a pas­ senger on Monday's train East. Mrs. Maj. Combe, of the Cantonment, Little-Missouri, went East Monday. Maj. James P. Willard, Paymaster, has been assigned to duty at St. Paul, Minn. Capt. Jacob Kline, Eighteenth Infan­ try, has been ordered to Sioux City, Iowa, for duty at that place. Col. Otis,7th Cavalry, came over from Lincoln Tuesday, and loomed up as a target at which his friends fired many pleasant salutations. Major Bates, paymaster U. B. A., after distributing the root of all evil at various posts, is again in the city. Leave of absence tor three months, to take effect after July 1, 1881, has been granted Second Lieut. Francis Wood bridge, Seventh Infantry. Lieut. James C. Ay res, ordnance de­ partment, .and wife, have arrived at St. Paul en route to Rock Island, the former home of Mrs. Avres. First Lieut. David B. Wilson, Adjutant of the Twenty-fifth I...

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 May 1881

O- A. I0UN8BEBY, Publisher. BISMARCK, DAKOTA CURRENT NEWS. .g|| BABLKOADS. ®re a8ain current that the Chicago and Northwestern will absorb the Omaha line *rom St Paul .. general passenger agents of the leading unea in Chicago having northwestern traffic aQ the charges- recently made to the effect that immigrants were subjected to bad treat­ ment fpom them while in transit The Mankato Record talks in the following 5yl®:. The pooling arrangement entered into by ^bicago and Northwestern and Milwaukee and St Paul roads not only discontinues the former practice of allowing rebates to shippers, but also carries with it at least a fifty per cent, advance in freight charges. The cost of material and labor has so far ad­ vanced this year as to make a marked difference to railroads ordering new railroad stock, lo­ comotives have advanced from $9,000 to $11,500 on an average. Passenger coaches nave increased fully one third. They run about v4,500. Freight cars liave advanced from SB450 to $650...

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 May 1881

FftgAttpg BPSrifBBB CABD& JO™*- flATO STEWART—Attorney. HE PORTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. u. S. Examining Physician. •Office, 37 Main st Next to Tribnne Block. DANK OP BISMARCK. 15 J. W. RAYMOND, President W. B. BELL, Cashier. A general J) banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. TOB8T NATIONAL BANK. .. WALTER MAks, Preddent GEO. H. FAIBCHUJD, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National jjew York Merchants National Bank, 8t PauL TTT-M. A. BBNTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on .the slate in the office will receive prompt attention.^ ^$ TOMER N. COREY, & U. S. COMMISSIONER, •Judge of Probate and Clerk of District Court. Office one door below Tribnne Block. GEO. W. SWEET. no. Lands located, bought and sold. Conveyancing and abstracts of title to all lands and town property in Burleigh county furnished. We have the only complete set of abstracts in the county. Contested land claims before tne...

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 May 1881

J1 if I BY LOUMSdSRRY & JEWELL. L,r TH 2*DA%YtkibunE, ". Published avery tnoruing,"e*eept Monday* *t P/tv-ar?^A ii^tH" delivered by carrier to all parts of the ety at twenty-five cents per week, or,.$1 per month. euBScniPTiON bates stage paid postage paid One monttr.-postage paid .... $ 1.00 1'bree months, postage paid... 3.00 5.00 10.00 bix OUO year, THE YVEE&LYTBIBUNE, Eirfht pages, con aIt»ingasummary of the news oithe week, both foreign- and'local, published every Friday, scut, postage paid, to any address lor &2 50 Rates OF Advertising TRANSIENT: gt.OO per inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 25 cent* for each subsequent insertion. YJSA1MA' CONTRACT BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or scad for "Advertising Card-of Kates." WEEKLY BATES: Locals 10 cent* per line, per day, or 25 cents per line for mx Hitcceseive days without change. Write-ups in brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ion liuc* to the inch. BISMARCK, D.T., MAY 13, 1881. Trains are a...

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 May 1881

.SpfS^fC': 'w .-gV Running Antelope Ieaves His Res- ervation Without the Permis- sion of the Agent. of 4 An Explanation Wanted at to who ia Boss of the Agency Indians. (Special Correspondence qf thi Tribune.] Had He the Bightf FORT YATES, D. T., 5.—Quite a May ripple of excitement was caused a few days ago by the sudden departure of Run­ ning Antelope from Standing Rock Agency, with a commission from Gen. Carlinu post commandant. It is claimed that the Indian was sent away without the knowledge Father Stephan, the Indian Agent, and that he, being re­ sponsible for the Indians at the Agency, 8ent several policemen after Antelope to bring him back, until he could have an explanation of the cause of his leaving the Agency without a pass. The police-, men followed the ambulance in which the Indian was being conveyed as far as the Cannonball, but were unable to over­ haul him. Lieut. Brewer had the Indian in charge, and, even if the police had caught up to him, they would have been unabl...

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 May 1881

JS'T«Snu called beauty, 'WWW S •'S«s?.t?2£5^r4™,h™,£ ,a®d h® kissed me once again. months hsd-fled. iI2ij®T™ •""raw mj mum l^'-''H*y away," he said ^Thero Is o$wi Lma fiir 11 this." .. ... ^f11*•tood.by my husband's ride, rwJL??0^* journey, sweet, to-dav '. *-T0Stheboatmen glide— ^9^ 5 a a «*, he will oome back soon, I know." ««w- MI 1 8^00?6d '°r th» parting lose He cannot tarry hetold me so, la Thersis never a land so fldr as this." v" But many a month *nd many a year Hare flown sinoe my darling went away, vf Will he never oome back to meet me here? Hm he found the region of perfect day? Ww the occan he went and came Over we Aver, and lingers there! Olvpallid boatman! call my name- Show me the region wondrous fair. —The Argosy. THE MINER'S DEATH-BED. The following story is substantially true, and was related by me to Bret Harte with a view to his making it public in his own in­ imitable style ad' a narrator and delineator of the rough men'who gave to California its peculiar histor...

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 May 1881

DEALERS IN. C0LLABS, WHIPS, LASHES, BSUSHES, 00MBS, Etc., Eta OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Strict Attention to Orders by MaiL RAILWAYS. St'Louis, Hinneaiiolis & St. Panl SHORT LINE). Composed of the Minneapolis aad It Kaobt Burlington, Cedar Rapids Mc Morthern* and Chicago, Burlington & Qalncj Railways. Malting the shortest line and the best time between Bt. Louis and all points in the South, Southwest and Southeast, and Minneapolis and St. Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, the most prominent of which are Lake Minnetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the great lakes. Also direct line between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, aad all points East Tickets on sale at all the important coupon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, via Peoria. Pullman Palace Sleeping Gars of latest make and improvements on through ex­ press trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. Tickets and sleeping car berths can be secured— In Minneapolis At C...

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 May 1881

k? &tr.%^^Q10US VJL saw i&i 1 S 1 SERVICES. rsblETH0i)f8T CnURCH—Services every Snn -day lp fhe newxhnirbon Stbstreet, at a. m. and 8" p. ih. flnua&y Jiool immediately after -jtN or®X" ff, eery ice*, praver meeting every '"CtrajjgJay evening at the parsonage at 8 i| p. ni." •'.v1 J. M. BCLL. Pastor. 4?^ ,. niAt '4 PitEsBYTBRiAs CnirBGH.—Sniiday service at ll 'JH a. miand7:00 jt. m.,St. Paul time. All are in- r*jts.f$ Altec] seats free. Sunday maes:with #ermonv 10 MiCmrBcn Rev. Ji school immediately v-afte*-- morning service. WeeKlv prayef ana teachers' meeting Wednesday eveninig at 8:lo re-} o'clock. W. C. STEVENS. Pastor. ^CATHOLIC CHURCH.—First maes, 7:30 a. m.: high :S0a. m. Snnday school -5J -p. m. vespere^exhortatiou and benediction, Wilt '7:80 p. m. Main street, west end. ~~p' Rev. WILLIAMS, Rector. OFTHB BREAD OP LITE (Episcopal)— .«. Miller. Rector. Services every rrfij. Sunday at.ll a. and 8 p. m. Sunday School ^t 4 p. m. "'iStji SECRET SOCIETIES. £,i A.P. 7 A. ...

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 May 1881

VOL. Yin. THE SITUATION In Washington and Albany Re­ ported. as Being but Little Changed Yesterday. Conkling Going to New York but will Keep Away from the State Capitol. On the Contrary Robertson will Not Leave It Until Defeat is Absolute. Tuesday, May 31st Fixed as the Day for Filling the Two Vacancies. Conkling Says He is Not Begging but Would Serve as Senator if Re-elected. Indications, However, that there is No Necessity for His Using the Word If." The Nominations and Confirma­ tions of Yesterday—General Newsy Gossip. Conkling's Flans. NEW YOHK, May 19.—A Washington dispatch to the Telegram says that Ex Senator Conkling is trying to arrange his business affairs so that he can go to J* ew York on Saturday. He does not intend to go to Albany at present. He receives very few callers, almost the only ones be­ ing those who are generally near him— Vice-President Ar thur, Senator Cameron, and Senator Jones, of Nevada. An ex Senator who saw Conkling last night gays he is calm and colle...

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. — 20 May 1881

Ml i^t 15iJn»fr iihbv^ m)1 ii -uh *i£ I t-V'^^i' mi! 'I *l •, £*i $ I! l| sij :tl ••i fli A V'T v.' L5" t/ pV #v Vw ffte gfomorth 8rtbunet A A. LOUNSBEBY, Publisher. BISMARCK, DAKOTA Mkhobiai, day will be generally ob- -erved on Monday, May 30. ,.M Mb. Fbakkmn Steele, of Indianapo­ lis, son of the late Hon. Franklin Steele, pays a real estate tax of nearly. $10,000 in Hennepin oounty, Minnesota. THB rains of last week came most oppor Winely for the grain, which has now ome finely and looks as "green as grass." The transformation of the face of nature was .magical. The supreme court of Ohio has rendered decision declaring that the laws passed by the last legislature to authorize certain townships to build railroads and lease and operate the same, are in conflict with the constitution and therefore void. This de­ cision will prevent heavy taxation, and in some cases, municipal bankruptcy. The secretary of the state board of agri­ culture of Ohio estimates that the wheat crop of that s...

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 May 1881

FEED 1)E LEON. Xb« Boy Road Agent of the Blood SUlned •. Prairie. Jj'-fv iv -i From the Brooklyn Eagle. S| 1* _«. -i CHAPTER ONE. 'r': It was dark, as the lumbering stage coach made the fording of the Cannon Ball River and the four fiery horses darted out upon the broad, level prairie. The passengers trere armed to the roots of their teeth, and well might they be, for crouching behind a bladejof grass 'watching the oncoming coach with gleaming eyes was Fred De Leon, the Breaded Boy agent of the Blood Stained Prairie. There was no time for defense. Ere the most experienced passenger could draw his weapon, the Terror of the Prairie was upon them and resistance was useless. Quickly wringing the necks of the hoxfeet with one wreneh of his powerful arm, h( slew the driver with the heel of his boot, and was engaged in killing the express mes­ senger when the soft voice of a woman fell on his ear. CHAPTER TWO. Though inured to crime, Fred De Leon was a paralytic before a woman. Hastily fli...

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. — 20 May 1881

1 'H: 1 WJ' FSBEFTSMRTARILJUTTC. -JA" ELeJ7. Jt JCWBLL. TH£ DAILV TRIBUNE,' I or5in.K' except Monday, at carrier to all Clhv Rt »wenty-flve cents per week, or, #1 per month.^ StTBSCBIirriOX KATES. i' $ 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 OTTCmouth, postage paid. ...... In roe months, postage paid.... 5»,x ........ One year, .AT' "....... 'V- THE WEEKLY TRIBUTE. Eight pages, containing a snmmary of the news -•i oi the week, both foreign and local, published every Friday, eeut, postage paid, to any address lor ®2 50 RATES OF ADVERTISING 7~ TRANSIENT: $1.00 per inch 6ri?t Insertion 50 cents for second and 25 cent* for each subsequent insertion. EARLY CONTUACT BATES: l'or contract rates apply at office, or send for v. ••AdvertisingJl^rd of Rates." WEKKI.Y KATES: v- Locals *10 cents per line, per day. or 25 cents per line lor six nncceesive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier Tvpe, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to tlielnch. BISMARCK, D. T., MAY 20,1881. THE Yankton Press and Dakotaian was...

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. — 20 May 1881

'r ii u» PURELY PEBSOHAL. VrBi «*S5r-'•..-i-1 •'... .^v- ..• M. J. Quinn, of the extension, came in ^Tuesday.- a,^r '^tSv^K'v.V'3^" •':r W. S. Conrad, Stillwater, Minn., cigar dealer, is at the Merchants. V: Eugene Curry, of the steamer Red Cloud, is at the Merchants. Capt. O'Toole, the Fort Keogh post tra­ der, is in the city. A. R. Granberry and wife, of Mandan, dined at the Merchants Wednesday. Theodore Borup, post trader at Fort Custer, arrived on the midnight train. J. S. Crooks, Pittsburg, Pa., is at the Merchants, en route for the Black Hills. B. W. Drown, of the Red Cloud, is stopping for a few days at the Merchants. I. P. Baker, agent of the Benton line, left for St. Paul and Chicago Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lieut. Howe and child returned from the east and proceeded to Fort Yates "Wednesday. Charley Brown, an old Bismarck print­ er, is now the editor of the AVarren (Minn.) Sheaf. Mrs. Capt. Williams and Mrs. Lieut. Hare, of Fort Lincoln, were over to the city Wednesday, Judge ...

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. — 20 May 1881

•i REVISED BfllLE. Alteration* *ot OnTy of 8crlptwal Passages lwt®ri^nsy«iier«tedName^.Exact Kead- Jjj™ «, Compared With the «W F^mijlar One. ic. .. -v w\ ns» ^®°Py of^he revised version of the scriptures [i T-i j.f i. I"work of the most dig tin gnashed scholars Euroje- and America—has been completed f®" *n authorized edition is in preaa. The fol lowing are Yffi Vi188 cawoBB." j.ne names of the same persons are reduced wone name, as in Booz, Boaz Uriah, Unas? Ezektel, Ezekiah Isaiah, Isaias Hosea, Mr." "Art thou a Osea Joshua, Jesus. In some 5,000 instances the term "Jehovah" has been substituted in the Hew Testament for "Lord God," "King," etc. babe in the manger" has been changed to "the babe," etc. "Buy the truth" is changed to "buy truth." "The scornful" is changed to •iseorners." "The house of prayer" is "A house of prayer." "God be merciful to me, a •inner," is "God be merciful to me, the Bin- master in Israel?" is "Art ttou a teacher of Israel?" Over 300 words having now diff...

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. — 20 May 1881

f*» &K *f* k, 'fa" THE FIGffiPlNG -FRENCH. •ttti£b *t. They Have Another Opportunity to Exercise Their Martial Spirit and to Acquire FUP ther Possessions,, in Algiers. fe Tunis to Be Taken in By the Grasping Gauls, Who are Now on the War Path—Other. Interesting Gossip From Paris. A HARTS, April 20.—The Tanis expedition fol­ lows its natural coarse the French will march into the bowels of the laud, disposing of the Kroumirs en route, and whether the latter lay dowu their long flint rifles or not for the mo­ ment—to be supplied with Martinis and Rem­ ingtons in c&ae the French, after an historical precedent, having marched up the hill—the re­ gency will be occupied until indemnities art paid, and material guarantees for amicable re­ lations being continuous established. Now, as the bey is as poor as Job in his worst days, and has no credit to run into debt, the French must resign themselves to the maxim, that where there i3 nothing the king loses bis rights. The logical conseq...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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