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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 May 1881

j: I Es £r [&Vf 'Cntrncn A V^* 4 BwmorcH SrUronc. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. UETHODI8T CHURCH—Service/ every Sun­ day in the new church on 5th street, at a. m. -..and8 to.-m.' flnnday school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting everv Wednesday evening it the parsonnse at 8 L. M. J. M. BULL, Tastor. 'PKESBTTEBIAW ONMIEH.—Sunday service at 11 ni.and7:00j». m.,S*. Paul time. All are in vited scats me. Sunday school immediately afte- moraine service. Weekly prayer and teachers'* meeting Wethiesdav eveninig at 8:15 o'clock. w. C. STEVENS. Pastor. •CATHOLIC CHIJOCW.—First maw. 7:30 a. in. thigh (REV. WILLIAMS, ltcctor. OFTTIE BREAD or LIKE (Episcopal)— Rev. J, G. Miller, Rector. Services every Snuda'y at 11*. ai and 8 p. in. Sunday School at 4 p. m. WEATHEU BVLLETI3f. The following, repotted specially for the TBIBVNE, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned, at 9:26 last even­ ing: Tem­ pera­ ture. JHrcc lion of Wind. Statiorf. llismarck Ft.Stevenson V...

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. — 27 May 1881

Wf^\^ ga^-'Sh- s* They Wanted 1III ff: art ?»f'7tJ.^ \-fr*ti A^taS-:/ '*4. '«. W i' VOL. IX. His Surrender Likely Within a Very Time. Ka a Js .'^At "'f 1 ka Vi S*- WITHOUT A KICK. Fourteen' Hundred Indians Prom Buford on Their Way to Standing Rock. Ttoe Gten. Sherman, Par West and Helena Loaded With Hair '-U(. Lifters. to Remain at Buford Near Their Old Camping Ground, But the Government Thinks They •Can Best Learn to Farm Further South. Nearly One Hundred More of Sit­ ting Bull's Band Conclude to Surrender. Among Them a Daughter of the Old Stalwart Ghief of Ous­ ter Fame. Sitting Bull, Himself, But a Short Distance North of Fort Buford. to Ocour Short The Indians atKeogh Soon to be Removed to Standing Rock. Bonnd for Civilisation. (Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) FORT BUFORD, D. T., May 26.—For the past week all sorts of rumors have been afloat at this fort regarding the removal of the Indians to Standing Rock Agency. Gen. Terry had issued all his orders through the mails, fearin...

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. — 27 May 1881

VN •01 JL L0UN8BEBY, Publisher. BI8MABGK, DAKOTA CURRENT NEWS. KADLROADS. The Omaha line has received the first if five Pullman palace cars built on a plan especially or its semoe. Itis rumoredthat General Manager HilLrof the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, is seri­ ously contemplating the conatruction of anoth­ er important extension of his railway system from Pine Qity to Pelican Kapidf. Biley Gale, E. E. Sparks a^d. B. LeBrun are justices of the county court of Scotland county, Mo/, and a short time ago refused, un der the ruling of the State supreme court, to leyy a special tax to satisfy a judgement ob­ tained in the United States circuit court against Scotland county, in favor of holders of railroad bonds issued by that county. This -action placed these gentlemen in contempt of court, and Judge Treat sentenced them to three montb's imprisonment in the St. Louis jail, for disobedience to the order of the court WEEKLY RECORD OF CHIMES. Ex-postmaster Boyd of Houston, Me., w...

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. — 27 May 1881

RAILWAYS. "ttos?- rvrt .,„ _• & Fail .1**^SHORt luibl v"'" Composed of the Mlnnetpoli nl Itlaobi J^BarltaffUm, Cedar Rapids A XordmBf and Chisago, Burlington Quincy Hallways. Making the shortest line%nd the best time between St. Loais and all points in the Soatfa, Southwest and SoutheastMnd Minneapolis and 8t Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, .the most prominent of which are Lake Siinnetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the treat lakes. Also direct line between Minneapolis, 8t» Paul and Chicago. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and all points "mt Tickets on sale at all the important coupon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, via Peoria. Pullman Pialace 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 City Ticket Office, No. 8 Washington avenue, "W. G. Tfelfer, agent and at St Paul A Pacific depot. In St. Paul—At 116 East Third s...

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. — 27 May 1881

7^"UJ BY IOUN8BERRY & JHWELL. a ""v 1 »?TlIfi DAFTLY TRIBUNE, •Published every •morning', except Monday, at BismnrtJC-DSkottJ fs deiiv{?r«d by carrier to all part* of tl)e ir\» at twenty-five cento per week, *ii $1 per ftiouth." stTBsgcrpTioNHATES, "l One moritli.4»«i»tage j*a!d ....$ 1.00 '..ThrcSmtibtiis,postage«aW 1.. .... 3.00 Si-: -5.00 10.00 Si:-: Oiic ycarV .THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Ei-rht pagee, containing a summary of the news of the' wefck, both foreign and local, published f-vcrv Friday, seat, ptmtagc paid, to any address 30 /KATES OF -ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: $lX0pr'r incli first Insertion 50 cents for second and '25 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEAKLT CONTRACT BATES: For contract' rates npply at ofilce, or. send for •'Advertising Card of Kates." WEETKI.T BATES: Locals 10 cent* per line, per day. or 25 cents per line for six auece^ive days without change. \VriUMips in Brevier type, 15 cents per Hne, rn-iihurcd ten lines to tlie inch. LBISM-ARC-K, D. T., MAY 27, 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. — 27 May 1881

ji 'if WM msmsmtm PURELY PERSONAL. ^jagpjg^ega? Jar N. P. Perkins, of Standing Rock, is in st) Sweet, Lafaette, Iowa, is in the city. !l N. Sweet, of Iowa, is at the Merch im ants. -v.: •'the city. .• I W. W. Cook, Jr., Chicago, is registered at the Sheridan. R. N. Bray, of Fargo, is registered at the Merchants. John H. Ruports of St. Louis, Jl©., is at the Merchants. L. M. Harriman, of the Hay Creek farm, is in the city. Wm. Cannon, Fort A. Lincoln, was in the city last evening. H. Morgan, roadmsister of the west side, is the city attending court. S. E. Snider and wife, Ft. Peck, M. T., are registered at the Merchants. Wm. Courtney en route to Miles City on next boat, is at the Merchants. F. F. Gerard came over from Fort Lin­ coln this week to see "Cricket." J. D. James, of Mineral Point, Wis., is in the city on his way to the Hills. Mrs. J. V. Quinby and two children, of Michigan City, Ind., are in Bismarck. B. S. Whitsell and J. S. Warn from the west side arrived iu the city Tues...

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. — 27 May 1881

I- Tj^OUUlFOBNIA SENATOB. 1 ^^owCteUllerWMXon Tluui A Match M^. v' .r- the Senate of the United States, only four memberadissenting. Whatevercredit be­ longs to this achievement belongs to the Be publican Senator from California, and it mqi^^leaed to lum. Ip .connection with the debate in the sen­ ate there occurred an incident that stamps our senator as one ofquickperception and of ready retort. The senator from Massa­ chusetts—indulging himself in such scrip­ tural quotations as delight a certain class of the Puritan descendants—undertook to prove by the Bible that God, in His infinite had the divine purpose of settling California and its adjacent states and territories with barbarians and idol worshippers, and with the heathen who de­ ny His existence and hold in utter con­ tempt His moral and social laws. "Senator Hoar," says the dispatch, "had brought one of his glowing periods to a close with the scriptural quotation, 'For God hath made of one blood all nations of the earth,' ...

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. — 27 May 1881

~-rt DETECTlTiteW Wti)DK6S. Gentlemen In F»nltl«wAttlrB "who tioitar f1 'Near th« Preseut. "J, ^. There' are in New York a hundred or more weddings the course of a year, where there is a crush of guests in full dress, where ladies who have passed their youth feel it allowable to wear a wealthof diamonds, and where the displays of pres­ ents surpass the show cases of fashionable jewellers. These weddings and other social gatherings of the same class of persons are a very paradise ot thieves ahd pick­ pockets, when, as occasionally h.ppens, they can gain admission in the guise of a guest. This, as will be imagined, a few professionals can do without the rik3 of beiqg bowed to the door by the host as strangers in unwarranted dress coats jet many simple and shrewd devices are used to' maintain a footing once obtained in such assemblages. The host and hostess are avoided. Efforts are made to scrape ac quaintanceships. References are boldly made to some previous social assemblage. The chi...

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. — 27 May 1881

3 filje Uisraarck Srilmue. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. .'/METHODIST CHURCH—Services every Sun .day in the new church on :5th street, at it a. m. and8p.m. Rnnday schoolimmedlately after .morning seqylce. Praver meeting every -Wednesday evening at the parsonage at 8 p. m. J. M. BOLL, Pastor. IFKE?BTTERUN CHUDCH.—Stinday servjee at 11 a. m.and 7:00 p. m.. Si. Paul time." All are iu vited seat* free. Sunday school immediately aftc mornlnc service. Wee sly prayer and teachers1 meeting SVedncBdav eveninig at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STEVENS. Pastor. CATHOLIC CHUncit.—First roasts 7:30 a. ni.: high ma** with sermon., 10:80 a. m. Sunday school a p. m. vespers,'exhortation and benediction, 7 30 p. m. Main street, wosfKiid. REV. WILLIAMS, Rector. CJIUHCII OF THE BREAD or Lire (Episcopal)— lie v. J. O. Miller, Rector. Services every Snnday at 11 a. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. P. & A. M.—The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 16, A. F. & A. M., are .held in th...

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. — 3 June 1881

'"p- ttugw*., ~"-v ,-7) vfot". tx. THE ^mm Hi-/ to witli 'V rf -kvvir:^ HJI fa ,,, -i vU ..' 5' ".j "*a.*v y' m,' vvf" "n *{i ,•* tit Oonklifler's Friends asSteadfhst as Grant's 306. at the Chi oasro Convention. Both Sides Hopeful and Confident of a Break Up at Every Ballot. Miscellaneous Dispatches All Quarters of the Globe. ASuming Up. Nfiw Yoitk, April 2.—An Albany special says There is trouble in the cahip of the administration men, growing out of the multitude ot candidates. Tiic difficulty is to select a stalwart who can break the Coukling column. The Depew men want Conkling and others want Crowley or Lapnam. The friends of Conkling are bolder this morning than at any other time duriusi the contest. The stalwart organization calls upon republicans to return Conkling as a leader of the part}7, and ask his op­ ponents to naiuc their man who is to take his place a? leader. It is in the pro­ gramme of the half-breeds to unite, upon a-candidate, but the stalwarts see their opportun...

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. — 3 June 1881

ffteroarthglritmttt. a A. LOCNSBEK, FribHsher. BISMABOK, vj S- -DAKOTA THERE are rumors that parties in HS waukee and Chicago are engineering aa^s other wheat comer. THE late refunding operations at Use United State8*ieasTiryhaY€y been entirely succe^pfi^, pwini to'the beom of business, the vast increase in treasury receipts and the plethom 06 money at-homeffldabroad. People who SdmottonoxTwhat to., do with the proceeds fifehf over-duebondsgladly availed themselves of the opportnnity to let them ran «venat a lower rate of interest. Should .the.frresenteondition of the anoney market continue, $nd theamountof govern­ ment receipts tfrfim 'taxes also, there is noth­ ing but legfalative-extiavagence to prevent very large seductionof thepablic debt. i.J -r 'i, THESE oosnee a report from a Massachu­ setts to^&otismot to its credit/ There, was a vacaocyin a. pastoral dffice and the: people we*eonapastomlhunt fonnine long years, during which two thundred and forty different candidates h...

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. — 3 June 1881

daes^TA/NEWS. ebeen One hundred lie erected in Watertown, which-jwas 105 days without A railway train, now swarms with immigrants. The following postoflices have been es*? between Osceola, seven ana one-naif miles southwest and Sisseton agency, ten miles northwest. association of that place,in prosecuting cer­ tain changes against Judge Shannon of Da- Horse thieves are operating in the vicinity of 'Fargo'and Casselton. N. K. Hubbard of the latter place, lost a fine horse, and Aldi HatHeyrt»fFargo,isalso a victim*-.v. 1*1$? bas0d|Bcided to prefer Jpdsi^ Shannon or the Sec fcricK Frank Semple^n inmate of the^Bismacrck jail, dropped dead. 'He had been iirjail fre­ quently daring title past year on 'charges of hprse stealing and forgery, and his death waft, eauged. by whisky. His re ijk|Va%alni».. One the same day •wfti as* "Old Brown" died in the le jail* kmong recent discoveries in the Black [i^lis'a laig^body of asbsetos. lorn sells for seventy-five cents a bushel at jppnfigftfeld. j...

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. — 3 June 1881

S&r" Ti "i"** S|!C?usmorcli ftftotp. !•?$* TEUB DAILY TRIBUNE, iky ]'ilWhh»4 every. :ma¥nlfig, except Mondayi'at DismarckiDakota/istdsltvered by carrier to all parte of tbecitv at tweuty-five cents, per week, or, $1 perinuqtn. ., i, Buaacupiieii BATHS. .5 One month, postage paid 1.00 Threemotltbs, pestajre said.. S.00 Six :M •V:, 5.00 tine year. .............. 10.00 .4^kTn^%tj^LT TBIBUNE, Jvight paget, containing a nummary of the news »«W the weok^both foreign and local, published ••every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address lor $2 50 w- HATES OF ADVERTISING TBANSIENT:' -$1.00 per incli firrt insertion SO cents for second and 26 cents for eatih subsequent insertion. .. TSABLT«CONTBMrr BATSS: For contnrotrrate* «pnly at office, or send for ?Adverti«singCard of States." WEEKLY BATES: Locals 10 cents per line. jer day. or 25 cents per line for six successive days withont change. Write-ups In Brevier tvpe. 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to tlie incb. tBISMABCK. D. T., J...

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. — 3 June 1881

jrfwvj* t5, »Vit$/Kfi i^'-'ii'? 'fi'i4iJ.*'V"' -r^fis Continued from Firtt Page* 1'Jf' tout for the misrepreseotatioiis of renegade Thompson, who is now in custody at "Woody mountain, wo«ld have secured '•the surrender of 8itting Bull himself long before this. However, Mr. Allison states that Sitting Bull is but a cypher now, and thai since the surrender of ninety of Jiis followers last week, he has but thirty "fighting men leit. As to their surrender Allison says it makes very little differ ^e^aow, whether they come in or not, .. RUNNING ANfitLOPE, who *as sent by Geu. Terry from Stand­ ing lock to Buford to assist in persuad­ ing be iDdiws at that post to eo and live yith theif people at the Standing KockBKencyJwas with Gaul on the Hel­ ena. Antelope prides himself upon his «tatefnanshi|H He is convincing in liis arguments, ank I* him may be given a great leal of taegit for the perfect con tentmot everywhere manifest among the IftHant, w$o so recently were the worst SVMK* of the p...

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. — 3 June 1881

1 HMMBW8lgptl» £!& Ttsia*h6* w^faaa^iusBeidfia ita-«x4i 4&&£ ....... And how devoutly I adore thee. •tohe turned awayfcer lovely head, And with* laugnid took that fired teach The old trapoer saw as he descended the )ihUl the fcody r^liSmi ofi the mpsie^at~^e -^dge of the balsam^thifeket. Th'e'eartn gaVe «bftck no sound—a^ -he. advanced, and he xreacbed the gaiabl^ an^ was standin" al­ most at his verjr fe^t ere^the young than vwas aware of his prdsence but as the/tfap per'^passed between- him and the'shining water he turned Ih^s j^ze up io the tripper's ufaoe, an*l, after ffUvdying the gtaveiihea for ailtioment stud J..• j7' i'^uKouVe woaibcg^m^old ^riari.'' The trapper for a moment'made no re 5 ply. He looked steadily into the young vmati'^ cous.temmce^'&xed his e^es on the iied«tain on the'l&ftbreast, &nd their.said: Shall I lbo^p:tfijB.htolc boyr' NNrhe gamblet^smfled'pleasahtly andjhod -'deS his heaHX-dft^gj/rl^.^e^^"n^uital tfltofrin do in^h^o^y^oo l'b^i...

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. — 3 June 1881

®fe#t^ E JWWBIP11AJ SHdRT BvUngtuo! C^.fti^»A!yia,aw»v«ia ... frajjrit •.. i« i"7:* \r.i' -JT A ••. ft. line, wid fi5?-Pfftr*me between tlrrBounr, Southwest and BtLooisaiidall Southeast, meraesatt* of the Via New era. De and St 3 BSOMF0OTT^ND^FRFAL,TTHE WIFFI 06hn«*y,tbe ffiWst prominent ltln*eto*kaand White Bear,1of Ithejprea&lakear between Mhmeapolffc, St Panland =Bbstoi£ Philad&plfi* and all 'iJr't •'.* portant coupon ticket atju! the tHe'So .. UiniaMqlta»'Ni and DyEota Terri' aessioaM. Ma* pi New*oA,Lak«B Duadia attwt, or. East|S«r. ahipf pad on Fast Tral pot/ fooioC Daane et Bills at lent, 401, Broadwaj srougfa Bills of It, East and West, Via Steeping* Cars ,.-Ove*ients on 'through ex- Matt DB. .^AOJB CHECKED THROCGtt iieiefcriberths Can W secored—' —^At'City Ticket' Office/ No.' 8 anda) gtoa avs Telfer. agent and at depot? 26 East Third street, G. H. Haz ,li -rf '*/r .2 North Fourth gtreet, W. D. offices at the Chicago, troad. 'A. H. BODE, G6n.Pa8S. Agt tfern,,Great We...

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. — 3 June 1881

RELlOlOCS SBRYICKS JICTUOD18T CKtTllCH—Senrice* etecy 8un day In ,flw Uct thareh ob 6th afreet. at it a. aod 8 p. m. fteaday school Immediately alter morning service Prayer meeting every Wcdneedpjr evening it the twrNM{i at 8 p. nw* w»sjj£ J.'M. BoUh Pastor. iPtuMBYrkirtA* Catjac*.—Sunday service at 11 .... a. m.and 7:00 p.M..8C. Paul time. All are in id ted seats nee. Sandayschool immediately ™m~_. a WieKly pmyer ninigat8:l5 nfte* morning service teachers1 meeting Wednesday eveninig o'clock. W. C. 8t*vbks, Pastor. ^Catholic Cnuaca.—Firstmars, 7:80 a. m.: high inaen with sermon, 10:90 a. uv. Sunday school vesper* exhortation and benediction, 7 30 p. m. Main street, west end. '(. Ht itcu or tub Bkeao or Lm He v. J. U. Miller. Rector. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ,,at 10 a. in. (Episcopal)— "Services every Sunday 8chool 8ECRET SOCIETIES. •ok. F. A A. M.—The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge Mo. 16, A. F. A A. M.. are held in theirhall on the first and third Mon -days of each ...

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. — 10 June 1881

BRIBERY. The Hideous Monster of Corrupt* ion Said to be Lurking in Al­ bany Legislative Halls. Assemblyman Bradley Alleges that He Received $2,500 for Aban­ doning Piatt for Depew. He Asks for and is Accomodated With an Investigating Com­ mittee—Other Charges. The Seductive Greenbacks Handed Over to Speaker Sharpe—Yes­ terday's Vote. DeptWoran Adjournment' ALBANY, June 8.—The Democrats are Making strenuous efforts to keep their forces together and guard against so much absenteeism. The vote to-day was larger than yesterday, which scarcely rcached 100. As it only requires a ma­ jority of those present to elect it is feared the Conkling forces will use a little strate gy and take advantage of the situation, although an equal chance is offered the administrationists. Depew is exhibiting more strength daily and his election or a final adjournment may be looked for in a day or two. Another Reporter Played* CHICAGO, June 8.—A passenger from Helena, Montana, who came by one of Ihe^hree boa...

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. — 10 June 1881

BISMARCK, DAKOTA Tm crops in the northwest are about, as far advanced as-usual at this season of the year,1 notwithstanding the -late ening of spring.* ._-y- 7 THE Illinois legislature finally adjourned last week. It is regarded as the weakest for many vears. An extra session is prom­ ised next year to 're-district the state into, senatorial and cpngressional districts. NEBRASKA'S neiw prohibition law went into effect on the first day of June. One of the principle features of the law is that it provides against the use of screens, blinds or other obstructions, which shut the bar from the public gaze it also locks the back door against, the thirsty citizen. It is rumored already that certain flaws have been found in the enactment which will rexider it a partial nullity. GREAT BRITAIN pays $75,000 to the Gloucester fishermen who claim that they have been grossly insulted and injured by pious Newfoundland fisherman while taking fish in Fortune Bay on Sunday. The amount is supposed to b...

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. — 10 June 1881

BISMARCK, THE THE GREAT BRITAIN THE DAKOTA crops in the northwest axe about, as far advanced as-usual at this reason of the year, notwithstanding the late ening of Illinois legislature finally adjourned last week. It is regarded as the weakest for many years. An extra session is prom­ ised next year to re-district the state into senatorial and congressional districts. NEBRASKA'S' nefw prohibition law went into effect on the first day of June. One of the principle features of the law is that it provides against the use of screens, blinds or other obstructions, which shut the bar from the public gaze it also locks the back door against the thirsty citizen. It is rumored already that certain flaws have been found in the enactment which will render it a partial nullity. pays $75,000 to the Gloucester fishermen who claim that they have been grossly insulted and injured by pious Newfoundland fisherman while taking fish in Fortune Bay on Sunday. The amount is supposed to be five times the ...

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