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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 5 August 1874

POLITICS. SPIRIT OF THE. DAKOTA PRESS.* Judge Kidder's Nomination. "Knocked the wind them.9' "As wc Predicted." Dr. Walter A. Burleigh—as we predicted—will be a candidate fpr congress in Dakota this fall. The race'will probablyjbe betweenjhim and JudgeJKidder for in the event of Burleigh's taking the field,it is not probable that the Democrats will nominate a candi­ date.— Sioux City Timea. Dr. Burleigh, it seems blows hot or cold, according to the company he is in. Don't like it. The Elk Point Gleaner don't like the Republican nominations, but then the Gleaner is one of two opposition papers in the territory, and was not expected to like it. Ifankton Speaks. The Press and Dakotian says of the several candidates: Judge Kidder, the honored citizen sought out and compelled to receive the nomination for Delegate by his host of friends, as the best man on whom they could unite, needs no introduction from any one to the people of Dakota. He has spent many of his best years here, and the ...

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. — 5 August 1874

O ^ismartk BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck", D. T., Aug. 4, 1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church in the morn­ ing at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. tPrayerclass Bible and Sabbath School at half past two. meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 clock. All are cordialy invited. Babbit metal inay be had at the TRIB­ UNE office at 25 cents per pound. James II. Hallet. Brainerd, will ship blueberries to any point on the N.^P. by express C. 0. D. Orders left with J. A. McLean, Bismarck, will be prompt­ ly attended to. Blueberries constantly on hand at McLean's. 52tf Col. Brownson wants to present some­ body with a bushel of blueberries. The man, who by his "biz" would thrive, must either bust or advertise. Deacon Mann and L. Merry feel bet­ ter. The Buford route is a success after all. How would one mile east, do for the new townsite? We will take ours on thirty-three, however. Judge Shannon has approved the ap­ pointment of Thomas Van Etten, as U. S. Court Commissioner. Ma...

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. — 12 August 1874

VOL. 2. tr ^israarclt ^rikftiif. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One year $2.00 1 Three months 75 gix months 1.25 Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable invariably in adrance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRANSIENT.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in fcertions, f0 cts. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions $ 1.25. On^-fourth column, 1 time, $3.00 additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 time, $0 additional insertions $4. One c«lumn, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RATES.—One square 1 year, $20. One ciglith column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, 1 year, $10. One-half coluran, 1 year, $120. One column, 1 year, LOCAL XOTICUS.—Editorial, 2C cts. per hne. Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu Hiness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per line. LUG/L A^VIVKTISKMRNTS, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 eras of type used, making one square,)onc insertion, $1.50 additional ins...

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. — 12 August 1874

can tfht ^ismarch ^tihnnc. Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 12,1874. BLACK HI1XS. How do you like it Glorious, isn't it? Count me in for the Black Hills. There is no string on me Black Hills or bust, say T. Some one will surely organize a party. Col. Wilson's hotel will be in demand there ai'nt bed room enough in this town to hold the people who will come,» nor has Uncle Sam military enough to stop them from going. It must be true Knappen's word is as good as gold. I am off for the diggings. The townsite contest can go to I'll find my money with a pick and pan. Knappen's dispatch is worth a thons and dollars to me. I feel that much better off, no matter if it does prove false. Such were the exclamations heard on every hand when, on Monday morning, the TRIBUNE published an extra, giving news from the expedition. The great­ est excitement prevailed. Men who for weeks had been despondent because of the grasshoppers, the drouth, the town site trouble, and the universal dullness, brightened .up 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. — 12 August 1874

Th« Lord's P*»j«r- We lay before our readers the Lord'sPrayer beautifully paraphrased into an acrostic, by Thomas Sturtevant, Jr., a soldier in the 8®th regiment United States infantry, and a prisoner-of-war in the pror ince of Upper Canada: Our Lord and King, who reigns enthroned on liigh, Father of light! mysterious Deity! Who art the great I AM, the last, the first. Art righteous, holy, merciful, and just, Jn realms of glory, scenes where angels sing, IIeaten is the dwelling place of God oar King Hallowed Thy name, which doth all names trans­ cend Re Thou adored, our great Almighty Friend Thy glory shines beyond creation's space, JVame' din the book of justice and of grace. Thy kingdom towers beyond Thy starry skies Kingdom satanic falls, but Thine shall rise. Come let Thine empire, 0 thou Holy one, Thy great and everlasting will be done! Will God make known His will. His power display? He it the %ork of mortals to obey. Done is the great, the wondrous work of love, On Calvary's ...

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. — 12 August 1874

rffc? ^israarck ^ribttisf. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 12, 1874. Services at tbe Presbyterian Church In the morn­ ing at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. Bible class and Sabbath School at half past two. Piayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordialy Invited. Babbit metal may be had at the TRIK UKE office at 25 cents per pound. \Y. W. Hartley, Drainerd, brought tiorae a blushing bride Michig^. Hainirand bacon at McLean's. O. Mvers is happy since moving into his new shop. No* better shoemaker in town than he. Butter and eggs by the train to-night at McLean's. The goods offered at the Government sale brought about ail they were worth. Several outside bidders took a hand. Co^n Lean's. A fresh Lean's. Eastern papers having specials with the Black Hills expedition, got their news first from the Bismarck TRIBUNE extra. James II. Hallet, Brainerd, will ship blueberries to any point on the N. P. by express C. 0. D. Orders left with J. A. McL...

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. — 19 August 1874

VOL. 2. outh come ffriq l|i mar(l» ^ribmiij. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICB One vear f2.00 I Three months *75 Six months 1.25 Single copies 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, $8.60{ additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 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 local Subscribers finding an will understand that the coluinn, year, $70. One-half column, 1 year, $120. One column, 1 year, $200. iS„. o.. LOCAL NoTicES.-Editorial, siness notices in 25 cts. per me. Bu­ column, 15 cts. per line. u- sineSs notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per -"LEGAL ADVERTISEMUHTS, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems o...

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. — 19 August 1874

SLOW BULL. gOne of the men named Slow Bull was near, and bravely came forward, but he was alone, and what could he do to pro­ tect the village Agard pointing up the valley, said: "Here comes the white chief, the one in the blue shirt, galloping at the head of his command. Let him assure you of our good intentions." Coming upon the village at a rattling pace, Gen. Ous­ ter was the first to alight from his horse and greeting Slow Bull with the cus­ tomary Indian salutation, "How," grasped Slow Bull by the hand, and smoked with him the pipe of peace the spuaws meantime, had become at ease, and the children returned to their play ground. Slow Bull said he was a good Indian. He was certainly hospitable, and we were invited inside and introduced to his wives, one of whom was a daughter of Red Cloud, and the Indians were Unkapapas, from the Red Cloud Agency. MBS. SLOW BULL. Mrs. R. C. Slow Bull was a very pretty looking Indian woman. Her long black hair was neatly braided, and her dark bri...

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. — 19 August 1874

iAUTOBIOQRAPHICAIi SKETCH. Sir Marmadake's Masings. BY THEODORE TILTON. The following singular poem, from Mr. Tilton, written at the time of his troubles, lia3 a singular in­ terest now: I won a noble fame, But, with a sudden frown. The people snatched my crown, And in the mire trod down My lofty name. I bore a bounteous purse, And beggars by the way Then blessed me day by day, But I, grown poor as they. Have now their curse. I gained what men call friends, But now their love is hate, A nd I have learned, too late, llow mated minds untnate, And friendship ends. I clasped a woman's breast, As if her heart I knew, Or fancied,'Jwould be true, Who proved—alas, she too False, like the rest. I now am all bereft— As when some tower doth fall, With battlements and wall. And gate and bridge and all— And nothing left. But I account it worth All pangs of fair hopes crossed— All loves and honors lo3t— To gain the heavens, at cost Of losing earth. So, lest I be inclined To render ill for ill— He...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 August 1874

feet ^kf 3$iMUXtt1 f^ritnn*. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 19, 1874. 8ervteea at the Presbyterian Church in the morn­ ing at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. Bible class and Sabbath School at half past, two. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at S clock. All are cordialy Invited. Babbit metal may be had at the TBIB­ UNE office at 25 cents per pound. Prairie chickens, about these days are good. Thanks Dr. The man who wanted somebody to ride him on a rail, Saturday evening, is the husband of black Mary. Send your friends the TBIBUNE year and receive a fine chromo litho­ graph of Custer, for $2. James H. Hallet, Brainerd, will ship cranberries to any point on the N. F. by express C. 0. D. Orders left with J. A. McLean, Bismarck, will be prompt­ ly attended to. Cranberries constantly on hand at McLean's. o2tf Mike Smith came up from Goose Creek, Friday, and brought with him samples of timber grown on these Da­ kota prairies, which have been declared not wor...

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. — 26 August 1874

VOL. 2. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. 8UBSCB1PTIOM PBICS! One year $2.00 I Three months Six months 1.25 Bingle copies Subscriptions payable invdKably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRANSIENT.—1square, 1 time, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 60 cts- each. One-eighth coiunm, 1 time, $2 additional insertions $1.25. to«-fourih col 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 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. One-half column, 1 year, $120. One CtoS&l.-EdttorW,^c«.p«r siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used, making one square,)one The Montanaian says the cattle in the Sun River Valley voted on the Capitol question. J. Proctor Knott is a candid...

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. — 26 August 1874

reason why they should not be occupied by the adventurous white man. I dare say that none who will consider the rich deposits of gold and silver, the abundance of game, the soil, water and timber—the .fact that the country abounds in everything that will make a great. State prosperous and wealthy, will for a moment agree with those who think that this country should still be left in the hands of the Indians, who like the DOG IN THE MANGEB, will neither occupy it themselves or allow others to occupy it. It is true the expedition was an af­ fair of peace, not intended to bring on hostilities—nor has it brought them on —for not a shot has as yet been fired at the hostile Indians—none have made their appearance, but the news 'ere this is abroad in the land, and the restless spirits from all localities will flock to the frontier towns, and they will break for the Black Hills, and will reach them, too, and to prevent it would require a larger army than it would take to guard the Rio Grand...

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. — 26 August 1874

Growing Up. Oh to keep them still around us, baby darlings, fresh arid pure. "MotherV' and le their pleasures crowning, moth* er's" kiss their sorrow's cure Paradise! 4 Oh to keep the waxen touches, sunny curls, and radiant eyes, Pattering feet and eager prattle—all young life lost One bright head above the other, tiny hands that clung and ciasped, Little forms, that close enfolding, all of Love's best. gifts were grasped Sporting in the summer sunshine, glancing round the winter hearth, Bidding all the bright world echo with their fearless, careless mirth. Oh to keep them how they gladdened all the path from day to day, What gay dreams we fashioned for them, as in rosy sleep they lay How each broken word was welcomed, how each struggling thought was hailed, As each bark went floating seaward, love bedecked and fancy sailed! Gliding from our jealous watching, gliding from our clinging hold, Lo! the brave leaves bloom and burgeon lo the shy, sweet buds unfold Fast to lip, and cheek, ...

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. — 26 August 1874

1 -f W iKMnrcl «Kf. BISMARCK AND VICINH Y. *Lf Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 26, 1874. Services at the Eresbyterian Church in the -morn­ ing' at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. Bible' Clan and Sabbath School at half past two. Prayer'meeting on Wednesday evening at o'clock. "All are cordial'y invited. Babbit metal may be had at the UNE office at 25 cents per pound. TRIB­ One cent stamps at the Posrt Office. Shoes at Cost at'Raymond & Go's. Send your friends the See next weeks TBIBCNE year and receive a fine chromo litho­ graph of Oustert for $2. tf Large stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps, &c., coming at Raymond & Co's. The publishers of our Custer Chromo write that it will make a splendid pic­ ture—one of the best they have print­ ed. Large assortment of Trunks and Va­ lises just in at Raymond & Co's. Armed neutrality in local politics— 25 cents a line—and straight forward independence in outside matters, is the Bismarck TBIBUNE one TBIBUNE for infor­ mation concer...

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. — 2 September 1874

VOL. 2. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUB9CBIPT10* PBICK: One ycar..s $2,001 Three months 75 Six months 1.25 Single copies 10 Snbstripfcons payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRANSIENT.—1 square, 1 time, $ 1. Additional in­ sertion*, 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-naif column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RATES.—One square 1 year, $20. one tighth column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, year, $70. One-half column, 1 year, $130. One •column, 1 year. $200. LOCAL NOTICES.—Editorial, 2J cts. per lin— Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu riness notices in special notice column, lu cts. per LIRL£GAL ADVERTISEMKKTS, per square, (ten lines nospareil, or 250 ems of type used, making one 'ynuare.ione insertion, $1.50 additionalinsertionBlo vents. The spac...

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. — 2 September 1874

BLACK HILLS Gen. Custer again Reports SUBSEQUENT EXAHINATIOHS 005FIBM AND STEENGTHEN FOBMEE EEPOETS. GOLD IS THE GRASS BOOTS AND IN EYEET PANFUL OF EABTH BELOW. Anybody Can Find it—No Former Experience Required. FUBTHEB FACTS BEGABD ING THE COUNTRY STILL BEAUTIFUL. Tiie Exploration of the Hills--The Mystery Explained. AN EDEN AND AN ELDOEADO- HELD BY iHE HOSTILE SIOUX BUT NOT OCCUPIED. Sentiment of the People—The Gold Ex­ citement and what will come of it. Special correspondence Ulsmarck Tribune. ST. PAUL, Aug. 22.—The following is a synopsis of Gen. Custer's official re­ port to the Adjutant General, Depart­ ment of Dakota, dated, Bear Butte, Aug. loth,1874. THE RETURN. The General describes the march from Harney's Peak to Bear Butte, which was made with much difficulty, and adds that the expedition will return by a different route, exploring still further the head waters of the Little Missouri with a view to locating correctly, that river, of which comparatively little is known, e...

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. — 2 September 1874

GOLD AND SILVER. Sixteen Hundred Millione Dug Out on the Pacific Coast. Notwithstanding the expanded ideas of California wealth that ex­ ist abroad and at home, it will sur­ prise not a few to learn that one third of all the gold'and silver coined and uncoined in circulation in the world, and half of that used in America, Europe and Australia, has been the product of the Pacific coast from 1848 to 1874. The pre­ cious metal product of the coast, has nearly equaled a value of $1, 600,000,000, the exact figues being $1,583,644,834, of which $1,347, 509,503 was gold, and $236,135, 431 silver. But for the immense product poured into the coffers of commerce, it is difficult to imagine how the latter could have been car­ ried on, enormous as its increase has been without a corresponding depreciation in prices, or a vast expansion of the system of credits and paper money. To the United States in particular it has supplied nearly §9,000,000,000 of all pre­ cious metals used in coinage and t...

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. — 2 September 1874

people. Through the untiring energy of tten. G.'A. Custer, a Paradise hitherto unknown, rich in numerous minerals, has been make known to the world, and now all that remains to be dene, is for •Congress to open this beautiful land for settlement, and protect those who go there, from its present worthless in­ habitants—the Indians. Seventy-seveii miles out we buried Sergeant Stempker, of Troop 7th Cavalry who died on the 26th of Aug. of dysentery. He had been a menber of the company nearly four years, and was highly spoken of by all who knew him. I was unable to ascertain any­ thing concerning his relatives except­ ing that his people lived in Boston, Mass. Good grazing was found from the time we struck Heart River to Lincoln. That section of country lying along the line of the Northern Pacific for one hundred miles west ofBismarck is the best and most desirable farming]lands that I have seen .in Dakota Territory, excepting the Black Hills,Jfully as good as the Red River Yallev. The ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 September 1874

Black Hills Expedition. Thrilling Letter Prom the Pioneer Cor­ respondents-Herds of Elk and Deer —Killing Grizzlies-Lost in the Black Hills—A Headstrong Sergeant Sears Ears' Grief and Mad Bull's Dis­ gust—Wanted to Scalp Him. BLACK HILLS EXPEDITION, Aug. 8,1S74. Special Correspondence St. Paul Pioneer. The morning after the departure of the courier with our last mail, Gen. Custer and his party left their bivouac and in a few minutes reached the South Fork of the Cheyenne, crossed over and rode several miles down the west ride. The last 20 miles before reaching the river is through a poor and hilly coun­ try. The soil, naturally thin, is rendered almost barren by drouth. The timber gradually runs out. On the river only a few email cottonwoods grow. On the southward the treeless, arid plains extend in­ definitely. This is the most distant point reached by any por­ tion of the expedition. Leaving the river, we start­ ed for the train. There was but the slightest breeze and the Bun pour...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 September 1874

Custer's Official Report. THE BEAUTIFUL LAND OF THE DAKOTAS. A Graphic Description of the Black Hills Country. GOLD BEA.BING QTTAST2 CROPPING OUT IN EVERY HILLSIDE. Pifty Pieces of Gold the Size of Pin Heads Prom Oae Pan. The following are extracts from Gen. Custer's report, of which we gave a partial synopsis in the TRIBUNE of the 12th iust.: HEADQUARTERS BLACK HILLS EX­ PEDITION, 8 1-2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF HARNEY'S PEAK, Aug. 2, via FORT LARAMIE, 8th August. To Assistant Adjutant General, De­ pigment of Dakota, St. Paul, Minn. On the 20th we crossed the Belle Fourche and began, as it were, skirmishing with the Black Hills. We began by feeling our way carefully along the outlying rang­ es of hills, seeking a weak point through which we might take our way to the interior. We continu­ ed, from the time we ascended from the valley of the Belle Fourche, to move through a very superior country, covered with the best of grazing and abundance of timber, principally pine, poplar, and several...

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