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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 September 1874

NUGGETS* There is a new, direct, and well marked trail from Bismarck to the Black Hills, made by the return of the expedition. Gold in the grc.^s roots, and at a depth of eight feet is not bad, particu­ larly when the amount yielded is $100 per day to each miner. The best way for Montanians to reach the Black Hills gold region will be to come down the Missouri and take the Government trail from Bismarck. Running Antelope was ri«rht when he said the white man would want the Black Hills country, because of ii fer­ tile valleys, when they came to see it. The men who made the Black Hills gold discoveries reside at Bismarck, and will accompany the first expedition to the new El Dorado, which will be fitted out at Bismarck. While there are immense tracts of bad lands south and west of the Black Hill, Custer's expedition reports only five miles of bad lands between Bis­ marck and the Hills. The country from Bismarck to the Black Hills is well waterc by streams whose banks furnish an abunda...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 September 1874

Dr. Slaughter ^ismarcb f|riii mt$. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 2, 1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church in the morn­ ing at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at eight. Bible class and Sahbath School at half past two. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordialy invited. Babbit metal may be had at the TRIB­ UNE office at 25 cents per pound. has placed on our table a hen's egg, as large as a comaion goose epg. Not a productive country, eh? Flour and Peed at Clark &. Bill's. The TRIBUNE would do almost anything to gratify "A Boy in Blue," excepting to print origi lai poetry. We can't do that except unier the head of new ad­ vertisements and at fifty cents a line. Potatoes and Vegetables at Clark & Bill's. Hr. Slaughter is only a clerk ia the post office at Bismarck, now. He resigned sometime ago, and Mrs. L. W. Slaughter was appointed post-mistress Ale, Poiter and Lager JJser at the St. Louis Liquor Store. At the Sunday evening ser...

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. — 9 September 1874

VOL. 2. ismarck eighth column, TO SUBSCRIBERS. The Carlisle were badly defeated Ibosing four hun­ dred ats near 8ta TJrgellastweek. Col. W. S. King will be nominated for Congress in the Third Minnesota District to-moriow. Bob Toombs supports Grant for a third term, re­ garding him as the savior of the South. Charley Collins, of Sioux City, has got Black Hills on the brain worse than ever before. The New Northwest, Montana, wants the whole Beecher matter referred to Brigham Toung. Six surveyors from Lawrence, Kansas, were mur­ dered by the Indians near Fort Dodge last week. A Moorhead man keeps stones$and things on his counter so his customers wont throw glasses at each other. Gen. Dewey has retired from the Yankton Press, which is now conducted by Messrs. Clevenger and Barber. N. P. Clark, of Et.-Clow), has shipped two thous­ and pounds of butter to Bismarck from his Stearnes County farm. Elder Cain has retired from the Ilk Point Gleaner, L. Q. Jefleriea assuming editorial managemen...

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. — 9 September 1874

^ismarrh tme« Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 9,1874. BURLEIGH. We beg pardon of our readers for the surrender of so much space this week to this subject. The case seems to de­ mand it, however. We copy much from Democratic sour­ ces to show that nearly half of the Democrats estimate Burleigh as the TRIBUNE estimated him last week. We give the proceedings of the oppo­ sition conventions to show under what circumstances the man received the nomination, and to show how it is re­ garded among Democrats. Look at the record, you Democrats who love the time honored principles of your party consider the manner of man for whom you are asked to vote. Can you support such a man—a man without a particle of honor and a renegade Re­ publican, who sought a nomination first at the hands of the Republican conven­ tion, then by corrupt means succeeded in breaking up the Democratic conven­ tion, walking off with a nomination given him by 17 delegates, representing thirty-six votes out of eighty-eight. Fifteen...

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. — 9 September 1874

Sow, Mary Jan*, r*&n jined the chnreh, I h«M you will be clever And drat target thatrmyorir lore, While I M» down the river! If Parson Smoeth should ceme to pray. And tell you he's your •h! witch him as yon would a tawk. And donH forget old leecher! It may he he will want to fing VhilMWDCi "Coronation. And tell yen not of worldly things, Mor give yon aonsolation! Just tell him that the Bible tells Of joys beyond our reaches That he should always stick to that, jnii practice what he preaches! HUGCfET8 Col. Ludlow, of the corps of Govern­ ment Engineers, returned from the Black Hills expedition, last evening, looking brown and hearty. He joins in the praise of the country, and says he would not have missed the trip for a full year's pay.—St. Paul Press. The expedition has solved the mys­ tery of the Black Hills, and will carry back the news that there is gold here in quantities as rich as were ever dreamed of. The method to reach it has yet to be provided. It is in the very heart ...

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. — 9 September 1874

UmaFtK UNE BISMARCK AND VICINJIY. Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 9) 1874. Services at tbe Presbyterian Church inthe morn­ ing at Half past 10 o'clock, inthe evening at hair past seven. Prayer half past sevea o'clock. meeting on Thursday evening at Babbit metal may be had at the office at 25 cents per pound. Money by Express. On and after the 20th day of August, the U. S. Express Co. will carry money at the following rates from Bismarck to St. Paul: $25 and under 15 cents. $26 to $ 50. 25 $51 to $ 75 40 $76 to $100... ...60 Money carried to any point in the United States at proportionate rates. Cheaper and safer than registered let­ ters. W. S. To say that it was hot, would give no idea of the weather for the past week —106° in the shade and the ic« out, would more accurately describe the sit­ uation. Hiss Palmer, late of Fort Lincoln, is canvassing with a view to open a select school and is receiving pretty fair en­ couragement. She is spoken of very highly and will no# doubt give satisfac­...

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. — 16 September 1874

VOL. 2. %T\IE 8«: ||tHmnr£h. ^ritinn^. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. 8CB9CaiPTIOK FBICK: One year $2.00 Three months 7j 8lx 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, 52 additional insertions 11.25. On»-fourth column, 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional toserbons^$4. One criumn, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $6. CONTRACT RATES.—One square 1 year, une year $70. One-half column, 1 year, $120. One CU. per Jta.. Ea- s'ness notices in local column, 1« cts. per line. Bu sness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. ppr LBOAL ADVBRTJBKKBHTS, per square, (ten line* oonoareil or 250 ems of type used, making on ™Ze,)o'ne insertion, $1.50 additional insertions^ cents. The space occupied by displayed lines wll be measured as solid type of the size used hi the body...

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. — 16 September 1874

and granite is concerned, is favorable for gold—more so than the richest mines in Montana. Every miner familiar with these countries who saw the Black Hills will admit this. The mines will yield, with poor facilities, ten dollars per day, and from that upward accord­ ing to facilities. We refer to Major Telford, of the 7th cavalry, Ghas. Rey­ nolds, the scout, N. H. Knappen, Bis" marck TRIBUNE correspondent, General McCabe, Fred Weddle, an old forty niner, and Richard Matterson, master of transportation, and scores of men on the expedition, all of which saw prospects taken from the earth—all oi whom sus­ tain the reports made. Not to speak of (Jen. Custer, Gen. Forsythe, Col. Lud­ low and Col Grant, who weTe in posi­ tion to know «rhat was dolle and who will report accordingly. Gold was also found in the Belle Fourche, and colors in the Little Mis­ souri and Sweet Brier, but not in pay­ ing quantities. Ross and McKay are so well satisfied with the prospects that they are ready ti le...

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. — 16 September 1874

4 Dia VoiiekMu Lowly tad sweet a itoW f** TIM OMdW Oaemocaar#w mMd, With earel««s heart and Idle tread. Came by, Came by, The meadow Ipnds and snog. Ah, said the violet. would I were Some stately garden flower, Then I might gathered be, *n£P*«Med One little bow to her sweet Iran Ah me! Ah me! Only one little hour OBeame the rosy shepherd lass, With heart that idly beat. And crashed the violet In the grass, It only add "How sweet." ••How sweet!" it said with fainting moan, 'If I mast die, to die alone, Far her, For her, To die at her dear feet." —Old and Wew. SIOUX. Banning Antelope Chief of the Uncapapas Makes a Talk. A. Council with the Chief of the Iron Road. The Redl Man's Lament and Brownson's Reply* GOLD IN THE BLACK HILLS ADMITTED BY THE INDIANS. A Bequsition on the Great Father for Guns, Amunition and Scalp­ ing Knives. A ViG OR O US PROTEST AGAINST TIIEIR OCCUPATION. 'I want to be an Indian, a Modoc or a Ute, I am tired of being a white man, an unprotected brute." The TRIBUN...

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. — 16 September 1874

fjfc itysasnt BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarckj D« T.? Sept. 16,1874. o~»w« ar the Prcsbvterlan Churth in the mora­ ine at half past TO o'clock, in the evening at half p^st seven. Viayer meeting on Thursday evening at daJfpast s^v-.^ o'clock. Babbit metal may be had at the TRIB V?E oftipft '2o cents per pound. Money by Express. On *id after ihe 20th day of August, the U.^S- Express Co. will carry money at the following rates from Bismarck to •St. Paul: $25 and under. cents. $26 to $50.. 25 $51 to $75... 40 $76 to $100.... Monev carried to any point in the United States at, proportionate rates. Cheaper andsafer than registered let ton*. W. S. BBOWX, Agt, GUSTIER CHEOMO- Our Custer Chromo arrived the -Tilth, only one day behind time. St is a faithful p'egnre of the General, and it gives entire*atisfacti3«i to everybody, ft is from a photograph by Goff 4fc Ford, of Fort Lincoln, and lithographed by Strobridgi '•& Co., tbo well known -Cincinnati chrcmo publishers. Xt is 12x24, on iso...

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. — 23 September 1874

VOL. 2. Sat ^istnarch ^rilinne. An Independent Newspaper pnblidietl by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK One year $2.00 I Three mnnttu 75 Si* months. 1.25 Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRANSIENT.—1square, 1 time, $1. Additional in­ sertions, §0 cts each. One-eighth column, 1 tune, $2 additional insertions $1.25. On^-fourth column, 1 time. $3.60 additional Insertions $2.50. One-hair column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional insertions $«. 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 column. 1 year, $200. ,, LOCAL NoTicus.-Editorial, 25i cts. per ne. Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per USLKGAL ADVERTISEMENTS, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used, making one square,)one insertion, $1.50 additionalin8erti...

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. — 23 September 1874

^he ^ismarck Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 23,1874. The TRIBUNE feels warranted in stat­ ing that this townsite trouble will be settled by a compromise immediately after the land office is opened, or else the townsite will be removed to an ad­ joining section. The land office will be opened October 12th. Til ton's rejoinder is publi.shed. It pos­ sesses decided merit as a literary pro­ duction, and is an ingenuous arrange­ ment of his case but really throws no new light on the subject. Beecher still stands exonerated before his church, and many people of the world believe him innocent. The indications of the times point to an extended and pretty nearly general outbreak in the southern states, which will resolve# itself into a war of the whites against the blacks. Troubles of a serious nature now exist not only in Louisiana but in Tennessee and South Carolina. The Louisiana rebellion is ended by the surrender of the insurgents to the military. Now if Grant will complete their work by the fi...

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. — 23 September 1874

1 TeaiyfaitiflW. S&K S*4S«Br Dream not that doty ffiaii bar thee from beauty, vater and sunshine., the heirloom of all. Upa are made only to kiss, Hands are made only to toy. Eyes are made only To lore on the lonely, The longing, the loving, and drown them In Joy. Lore. Down in my heart a little bird Has made itself a neat The sweetest sone I ever heard Are those it singi the best. It warbles softly at the dawn, And lings the whole day long And when the sunset dies away I hear its little song. 1 quite forget the toil and eare That jarred the chords of life My heart grows stronger, unaware, To battle in the strife. Sweet bird, stay always in my heart, To sing your tender song, For where such songs enraptured start, All sadness seemeth wrong. Sing bird, sweet bird of snowy wing, And eye of brooding dove! For I am happy while you sing, Oh! bonny bird of love. O'HOOLAHAN'S MISTAKE- Married whou Drunk and Repenting when Sober—A Nevada Romance* An amusing scene occurred in Just­ ice Y...

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. — 23 September 1874

^ismarck BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 23,1874. Services at the Presbyterian Church in the morn­ ing at half part 10 o'clock, in the evening at hair past seven. Piayer meeting on Thursday evening at half pact seve o'clock. Babbit metal may be had at the TRIB­ UNE office «tt cents per pound. Money by Express. On and after the 20th day of August, the U. S- Express Co. will carry money at the following rates from Bismarck to St. Paul: $25 and under 15 cents. $26 to $ 50 25 $51 to $ 75 40 $76 to $100 .......00 4 41 Money carried to any point ia the United States at proportionate rates. Cheaper and safer than registered let­ ters. W. S. BROWN, Agt. CUSTER CHROMO. Our Custer Chromo arrived on the 11th, only one day behind time. It is a faithful picture of the General, and it gives entire satisfaction to everybody. It is from a photograph by-Goff & Ford, of Fort Lincoln, and lithographed by Strobridge & Co., the well known Cincinnati chromo publishers. It is 19x24, ...

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. — 30 September 1874

VOL. 2. An Independent Newtpaper poblkhed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBBCHIPTIOjr PtICK A-a t2.C0 Three months W $?£$£. 1.25 I Single copies Subscriptions payable invar.ably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRAHfliMT.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in Hertions 60 cts each. One-eighth column. 1 time, ^additional insertions *1.25 On».fourth column 1 time, $3.60 additional insertions $2.50. One naif column, 1 time, $6 additional Insertions 14. One 1 $ 1 0 a a CONTRACT RATES.—One year TOLIOAL ADVKRTISHIMTH, 4 Mi. 0 square $T0. 1 eig^ colSinTlyear, year, One-half column, 20. VNE $40. One-fourth crtuma1 1 year, S14)« one 25C*. p«r Jto,. B«- ^n«« notices in local column, 15 cts. per 'ipe. rineu notices in special notice column, 10 cts. per per square, (ten lines nonuareil or 250 ems of type used, making one square,)one insertion, $1.50 additional insertionsjft cents. The space occupied by displayed Hoe**!11 be measured as soUdtype of the size used in the body of the advertisement. TO SUB...

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. — 30 September 1874

^he ^istnartlt Bismarck, D. T.f Sept. 30,1874. THE SITUATION. Burleigh's withdrawal was followed by that of Miller, when a Democratic and Anti-Monopoly mass convention was called, to be held at Vermillion on the 19th. At this convention 103 per­ sons were present, of whom 72 were from Yankton, leaving 31 from the re­ maining six counties, which claimed to be represented. Of course Burleigh was re-nominated, but having gone east with his family he was not there to decline, as he undoubt­ edly would have done had he been there, as he withdrew from the campaign in disgust, realizing that there was no pos­ sible chance for his election. Of the votes polled, Bnrleigh had 59 Spink 42. A fair degree of harmony existed in the convention, and a full ticket was nominated H. S. Back, of Fargo, for Supt. of Public Instruction 0. F. Stevens, of Union County, for Auditor G. C. Maynard, of Clay, for Treasurer, and Benton Fraley, of Bon Homme, for Commissioner of Immigra* tion. Burleigh had not ret...

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. — 30 September 1874

SEfflfiMBBS AIowdj lady dressed in white 111 tell yon all about it. fhCTtoffted Lea and sse to And Aantj said, "Nowwybi Thatpretty moon up overhead Will brjng ua down a baby. "Too lieu quiet as can be Perhaps you'll catch her peeplog Between the window bare, to fee If all the folks are deeping And then, if both of you keep tfill, fin,i all the room is shady, Shell float across the window sill, A bonney white-moon lady. "Across the rill, along the floor, You'll see her shining brightly. Until she comes to mother's door, And then she'll vanish lightly, But in the morning yon may find, If nothing happens, maybe. She's left something mce behind— A beautiful star baby." We didn't just believe her them, For Aunty's always chaffing The tales she tells to me and Lea Would make you die a-laughing. And when she went out pretty soon, Len said, "That's aunty humming There ain't a bit of Lady Moon, Or any baby coming. I thought myself it was a fib, And yet 1 wasn't certain So I kept quiet in 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. — 30 September 1874

55 65 ^iswsnk Ifriiwf- BISMARCK AND VICINITY* Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 30,1874. WAR DEPARTMENT. Sigiiftl Servloo. IJ- S. A* BISMARCK, PAKOTA TERRITORY. ®S J? S S S |g ou" 5G555S5 jo o®222S2 O OOO9OO jo .4mv •pa|M»o I uoipajia '3aV O S S 04 •jCjjpjtxmu S }N W -j9}a*noxS8 S H' EM O C4 O P4 0 0 a •X4P OPA 1 SSSS2BS O to at'hxlf past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half •past seven. Piayer meeting on Thursday evening a half put eeven o'clock. Babbit metal may be had at the TMB !0N8 office at 25 cents per pound. A fine stock of Gents Furnishing goods and fall and winter gloves at Mc­ Lean's Supply Store. Gen. Cass is opening a farm on Goose •Creek, near the N. P. Nurseries, and will plant'20 acres of it to trees next •season. A fine lot of gent's furnishing goods at Eckford & Ryan's Hall's Standard Safes Ahead. At the Minnesota State Fair, Hall's Safe and Lock Co. was awarded the 'First ]Premium for Fire and Bur­ glar I»roof Safes, the First Pre­ mium for Vault Doors, the First Prem ium ...

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. — 7 October 1874

2. for Aii Independent Newspaper pabHAsd by FWT. BISMARCK TRXHUTOB CO. snisoKirnov raoa: Ode yew.. ....... .•».#1 mm*th« SiSaftfc...:.... l.» I Singleeopto. Subscriptions payable invariably to adrwce. next ADVERTISING RATK8. 9°rHCT-Et^C^ y.y° n'..liCTlii damn. 1 1 J*". »120' mM munteiv»i»a a»e out Buffalo Bill was one of the guides of the Big Hor expedition. No Indian# were seen. BriclItmrfbyfraIghefiger,^^nMrcalled bald headed pilgrim of the plough ifceej^fafriimdw nest-hWkingmeans hiding home l^eties only thatand notii^ eww. l^reHyadnthe prophagesaW" Mrs. John Morrfcy and •IS 10 in- 0M «. «J_ £j£ «pecUl notice colomD, 10 their subscriptions win cu. per ~S oft be tdrertlgement. TO SUBSCRIBERS* J^nSg&SSESS have expire w»um« unless lliDSMf will It discontinued. This »_ thepiu most MtW'-ctdrj to the gewr*l BabBcrlber, a»d more convenient for us. 4mii. J335EE3«S^l£^-~ •&"* tor each yearly subscription. NOTES AND NEWS* Judge Miller of Milwaukee is deid. Minnesota planted 160,000...

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. — 7 October 1874

^be ^ismarck fyqb nnt. Bismarck, D. T,, Oct. 7, 1874. Next Tuesday, Oct. 13th, is election day. Will Northern Dakota be true to itself? Several parties have been threatened with arrest if they give evidence in favor of Sweet in the townsite matter. Would it not be well to settle that ques­ tion on its merits? Armstrong says he has no time or money to spend in a campaign, but in­ timates that if the people will go to work and elect him while he sets on a log in Washington he would not ob­ ject. _____ The Democrats have no candidate in the field for delegate. Burleigh does not accept the second nomination and has declined tbe first, therefore Demo­ crats can vote for whom they choose. "Vote, then, for Kidder, a good and true man, and one who can help secure the passage of the Northern Pacific bill, and other measures vital to Northern Dakota. This Legislative District not only consists of Burleigh county and the cpunties north of it to the British pos­ sessions, but of thirteen counti...

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