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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 7 October 1874

Tk« Devil «*l The devil came op to the awttow &*j, And Into the court he trended his way Jul the attorney, WM proeefcdingto argae the prints fa a ease. Now a lawyer his majesty never tad seen, Tor to bia dominions none ever had been. And be felt very anxious the reason to know. Why none had erer been sent to the region* below. 'Twas the fault of bis agents his majerty thought, That none of these lawyers had ever been caught And for his own pleasure he felt a desire To come to the earth and the reason inquire. Well, the lawyer who rose, with a visage so grave, lfaiii oat his opponent a consummate knave And Satan felt considerably amused To hear the attorney so badly abased. Bat soon's the speaker had come to a close. The counsel opposing him fiercely arose, And heaped such abuse on the head of the first, That made him a villain of all men the worst. Thus they quarreled, contended and argued so long, 'Twas hard to determine which of them was wrong And concluding he'd heard enough ...

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. — 7 October 1874

C1VISIOJI «o A ^{smartk $rffiw. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Oct. 7, 1874. WAR DEPARTMENT. sigwftl Service. or BCHKFIT Of 5 i5 II •X«ooi»A a *"3. O Im eg 3* SS 3B ft" lb O 5 O P4 PS U- S. A- TKLKOHAMi, AS" ^iGlllCCLlTRB .Clear. •H«jnf«s jo -»ujv W H-JJ Col. Wilson has purchased the boun­ dary survey fleet, and the boys now cstll him commodore, and the ambition of hift life is realized/ Fine Old Jamaica Rum, imported in .glass at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Messrs. Goff & Ford have returned from Rice, and photographs can now be had again at Lincoln. .The Judge visi­ ted Bismarck yesterday. Send your ordiers to McLean for any thing you-may want. Thd mail service was not increased to three times a areek on the Fort Rice route,'*as represented some time ago,and the stage now runs once a week, only. Briadshaw Boots at Marshall & Camp­ bell's, at three dollars per pair. These figures mesn business. 11 m- TUK C05IMKRCB A5D AGSICCLTCRB, BISMARCK, DAKOTA TKREITOR-Y. .a Clo...

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. — 14 October 1874

VOL. 2. ffchf ^ismartk ^ritntiif. An Independent A„_ vpar One of Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE! .75 10 *2.00 1 Three months £k months ,1.«5 Single copica Subscription payable invar.ably in advance. jsot- .«•• «°A? in- tiine, rluinn, 8 ro. «r tune. a.. ..insertions year, *7». One hall column, 1 Jtar, »t-u. CO|U™" 1NOT1C'K8Kditori»1 •sssss 3s&rS.$HS-75 SSI 'T »e« oc=u,.W I.J as »«type "f"« •half One On-' 1 One Eu Bu- per V. cts. per Una. i?ct9. lines one will body a" u"d mlh,! of itie advertisement. —. TOSUBSCRIBFHS. g.bKrita™ wiy™ {sirs? ^r,iZ,'^pS"u "ene^l s. nil, and ijdopt" d, not it igf0und to be to the genial ,ub»crib,r, retaining a commission of Ui Ptr cel'1" for each yearly subscription. "l— NOTES AND NEWS. Rev. T. M. Kddy is«i :ad. Mark Smith of New York is dead. The typhoon in China cost $5,00!),00ti. There is talk of another paper at Brainerd. "Barry Cornwall," the British Poet.is dead. The Queen of the South Sea I lands goes barefoo...

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. — 14 October 1874

^he 3^ is mar dt f^qtbiitte. Bismarck, D. T., Oct. 14,1874. THE ELECTION. On election day in Bismarck, every saloon was closed, and good order and good nature prevailed on every hand. The contest was a close one for some of the local offices, and some tall work was done at the polls for Armstrong, led by J. P. Dunn, one of our leading mer­ chants, J, A. Emmons, who perhaps has a more extended acquaintance amonp the old river men than any other in in the country, Dennis Hennufin, Mark Kellogg, Alex. McKenzie and "Nobby" Collins. Up to the evening previous to the election, no Armstrong work had been done, bjt the boys made the most oi their time on election day. It will be seeu that Judge Kidder walked off Y/ith a handsome Demo­ cratic vote, gaining largely on his tick et. This rfcsuU probably came from the fact that.Armstrong persistently refused to become a cartUidate, and several lead­ ing Democrats who would have favored him under other circumstances, commit­ ted, not only themsel...

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. — 14 October 1874

from bismabck to the black hills. The Shortest, Safest and Best Route. WHAT AN OLD FBONTTEBBMAN WHO HAS TRAVELED OYER ALL BOUTES, SHOWS ABOUT IT. Bisiiarck, D. T., Oct. 10,1874. Editor Bismarck Tribune: So many refer to me for information concerning the Black Hills, that with your indulgence, I will give a brief sketch of the st veral routes suggested, and make such comparisons as seem to be called for to further the interests ol those who at &n early day will seek to reach the "New Eldorado." Let me premise, however, by saying that I am familiar with all the routes, having been engaged for the past seven­ teen years in trading with the Indians, or freighting for the Government in connection wUn the Indians. I have traveled over all of the routes mentioned, have been on every side of the Black lliiU, and through them,.hav­ ing accompanied Ouster's Expedition on its recent trip. I give below, a table showing the dis­ tances in detail, via each route, and fol­ low with a brief des...

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. — 14 October 1874

^isroarek O a O Xi tt a S 7 BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Oct. 14, 1874. -WAR BSPARTMENT. Signal Service. "51* S. A* DtTISIIV o? TELRORAK.-*, A3D B8PORT8 TUB BBKBrtT OF CuSMBHCB ASD AQK1CULTUR8, SigKARCK, DAKOTA TBKKITOSY. I 5 •ijpoPA fa uojpaiju Sav f2 •jfjipiaiuH UU3J£ fr- fc O CQ S •iajaai!ttia^qx UBOH CU S fa O •S Highest 1 1 0 5 i! il UOQO^OtJ 13 »*tlBJU|"U lJD '%wv C- O O »*tlBJU|"U lJD '%wv s- oo O r-» JIJ A living dog is better than a dead lion. The integrity of the upright shall guide them. Will Camp Hancock bs abandoned? Humbert must stay. Better hear the rebuke of a friend than the song of fools. Lapp and slams—drank at night and aheadachein the morning. Ho was his father's son, tender and beloved in the sight of his mother. Jft&ou be surety for thy friend thou most Strike fcaods with uSoroe J» f- tjy C» O r.i •fl CN 04 paJAV J° O CO to a 3 t- -r oo CJ TJ» •japaaojua u-oV'H O S) N W Cf) CO W W W I 3*8 .-g hr? sS2 !J •HfaaaaiAr* temperature, 77° Lowest temper...

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. — 28 October 1874

VOL. 2. tffc ^ismartlt ^ritmnf. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. gmuoiffnoi FRICB: One year I8.Q0 I Three months 75 S^^onths. 1^61 angle copies Subscriptions payable invariably in adfance. ADVERTISING RATES. TXABSIBKT —1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in cola inn, 1 time, $10 additional COSTSACT RATES.—One square year, &0'. One-half column, 1 year, *1*. ^*£S£3***. SS^SK to L«UL UJ of the advertiflfctnerit. Tilton realized $aO^QQ9irfljp U»e .sale of his state­ ments aflectlng the character wife. During Frank Blair's illnttshejwas con­ stantly hauflted.by -the ghost oC-,a third, term. va4a 01 of The Army of the Jatnes 'had iW^nnu^Te-un on at r?a o»- ,, 0n*„. 1 year, 1 «r, MO. OM IpecW notto column, 10 cts. per AuvKsrrfliuiEHTii, per square,,ftg» llpes njppareil, or S&Oem al ST'fc' ,S ,ciPS'fjaisp.««d *.«««,r« Insertions 75 taUw ,K"'y TO SUBSCRIBERS. But'seribers finding an following theh-nags* will understand that the A- term for which they »»«.ve...

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. — 28 October 1874

^|fte ^ismarth ^iktine* Bismarck, D. T., Oct. 28/1874. THE THE POLICY OF RAILROAD. The policy of the Railroad Company is, to settle title to the land on which Bismarck is situated in order that a town may be built up. They are satis­ fied title can only be obtained in the way their attorney points out, and that if it is not so obtained title trill be in litigation so long that they will be forced to more to another locality in self defense. Not because they wanted to grab this land and failed,but in order to build where title-ran be obtained. They desire to settle the question in favor of this locality as a matter of just­ ice to those who have settled on the land now occupied expecting that it would be the town. So far as the mat­ ter of immediate money to them is con­ cerned, they' had better go to lands now owned by them. In order to facili­ tate settlement they have made a sched­ ule of prices ranging from $75 for resi­ dence lots, to $300 for the choicest cor­ ners on Front Str...

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. — 28 October 1874

TU GUT WAS HIS A Xioool Tale, Framd*d •»?**. Writteafer the Mln»eapeiis Evening VsO. Yu Gin was his name And he aM "Oh, kjrjlagl Tw ROMBbtr Ibrt Ptt— 11*1 (he balllest thing,— It'* called 'iwiih1 and is pUyed with a board Lei aa go aad play on that Bilk lag." This he said to his pal. About twelve years of age Bob Ah Bin, who said "Wil la that same I'll engage— I will flourish the paddle, and ran, aad yea stay there and soften his rage.** So they scooted from school And ran through the fog Till they came to a pool At its edge, on a log, Stood Bilk Ing, with a pin that was beet, and he Ashing In the mad for a frog. "Hello! any fish?" Asked Ya Gin. "Nary e«iei" Replied Bilk, "How I wish coald hook up some sealsi" l^en Rob crept up behind Bilk and spirited him with mad from his head to his beets, I am told that Rob flew As if shot from a gun And Yu Gin hesaid "wtiewi I am sorry, I swunl" Bnt Bilk log he took off his coat and said "Mow my boy have some fun!" Ya Gin blabbered oat "I'm yoa...

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. — 28 October 1874

ismarck d1 5 a tJ 35 BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. Oct. 28, 1874. "j WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal Scrvioc. U- S. A- t!81o» or «lwmuli«. a*d BUTBVIT OF COKMKHCS ABD AO*KtLTUBB, BliXUOt, DAKOTA TRSlsWIT. J3 O Y, "c§ as 3 5 3 OOhJOOf uo5}33Jicl '3Av •XjipioitiH UH3H O -a Ud)3axomi9qX OB3PJ 21 2S lu O t£ O fit I 3 J2 ni-e ui*n ggoSSSB S *^90f3A. *n«a fc pj r« W O P°IM 1° Magnolia balm, lily white, etc., for ale by Dunn & Oo. House moving would be a good busi-' ness to go into next summer if the. townsite contest is not ended. Geo. Peoples is building a dwelling boose. A very large stock of, dry goods now being received at Clark & Bill's. tphe'beat way to ventilate a room is to throw a chair through the window the beet way to settle the townsite is to lamp &U the1lots you can fence in, and. if anybody .wants a dhaHqe to, gain'title to lots occupied for purposes, of trade, &c. t)r. McGausland, Dentist, will,remain, at the Capitol Hotel untill Tuesday' saorhing. Bed'bug poi...

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. — 4 November 1874

VOL. 2. J. O. ST. 3|ismarcfe |rilmnc. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO» 6UBSCRIPTIOJT paics: OBC year $2.00 Three months Ox uorithfi. 1.25 Single copies Subscriptions payable invar.ably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRAS3IBRT.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional In­ sertions, f)0 ct3 each. One-eighth column. 1 tune, $2 additional insertions $1.25. On«-fourtn coiumn, 1 time. $8.G0 additional insertions $*2.50. Oue-balf column, 1 time, $li additional insertions |4. One column, 1 time, *1U additional insertions |6. COKTP.ACT UATKS —One square 1 year, "n eighth column, 1 year, $40. NoTiCE3.-Rditorial mness notices in local column, lo cts. per Ssismwd Business ireetory. AdTertitk,ii"Liits Inserted under this head, two line* less, per a-miu.'a, $5.Ufl additional lines at $3 MISCELLANEOUS. pilli BISMARCK TRIDUNK—a live western news j,aper, published by the Bismarck Tribune Com Vany at $2.0U per year. JW. RAYMOND & CO., Bankers. Interest al lowed on tima depos...

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. — 4 November 1874

3$fie ^igntarclt Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 4, 1874. THE TOWNSITE CONTEST. For the benefit of outsiders, the fol­ lowing statement of fact io relation to the Bismarck townsite contest is given: In the Spring of 1872, when the Northern Pacific was about being ex­ tended west of the Red River,the agents of the Puget Sound Company, which had entered into a contract with the Railroad Company, under its old man­ agement, for the handling of all the townsites along the Northern Pacific Railroad from Lake Superior to Puget Sound, commenced operations, looking to the location of a townsite at the crossing of tho Missouri River. Jack inan, who had been in the employ of the Railway Company, had examined privats plats from which he learned the exact point where they expected to cross the river. Acting on this information he came out here with five men to hold claims, but it so happened that four of the five, including himself, located on what afterwards proved to be railway lands. The agents of the...

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. — 4 November 1874

Th* Old s&ssssssr*?: OTti Thb Sitfp^ One elutteral laugh, four blarta of horn, Rye fusty syllables rouse the morn I Tfce Saxon lambs In their woolen tabs Are playing sohool with the a, b, abe: er I o! All the cattle spell TU1 they make the blatant vowels teU, And a half-laugh whlnney fills the stalls When down the rack the clover falls. A dove Is waltzing around his mate, Two chevrons black on bis wings of slate. And showing off with a wooing note The satin shine of his golden throat- It is Ovid's "Art of Love" retold In a binding fine of blue and gold! Ah, the buxom girls that helped the boys, The nobler Helens of humbler Troys— As they stripped the iiusks with rustling fold From eight-rowed corn as yellow as gold, l?y the candle-light in pumpkin bowls, And the gleams that showed fantastic holea In the quaint old lantern's tattooed tin, From the hermit glim setup within By the rarer light in girlish eyes As dark as wells, or as blue as skies. hear the leugh when the ear is red,...

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. — 4 November 1874

2 W =5 t O ra b» W W 2: Services ^jtstnarfk ^rifciro^ BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 4, 1874. WAR BEPARtMENT. Signal Service. U- 3 O 5 W W S. A- EMSAJWI*:, PASGTA Tssr.rro.IT. I y. «o r* a Vj'SjM i: JZ C£ :S W? fe, (-4 •uiuy Aoag jo -vjkv a ?, S§ 2 •Shzo&X Ali«a 2? (4 P5 54I- ro CVC- «5 CO '{»*A\ *5 U01",?J-:U '«AV 50 ii Ki •A'jiptiEf»{i •i-eojt S5 *3 I- .-' t-° r- c? Jr CJ t- '^_« *5 i£,~ aiwjjj •iOjsnw.iT^ assiC I t- co c? CO r. c-*_ •3 5? ». i*. '•1-a .' 5 t. 7= ^"*3c5» .^StSsiSr* HigtaeJi teniperat are, 4!)0 Lowest toaperature, (J® 3 tZ rn Ss¥H at the Presbyterian Church rr the rnori lag at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half postaeren. Piayer meeting ou Thursdsy eveuir.g ..t half past "ev? o'dock. Br. l'ort«ir has moved into Major OlarkVe quartern, where ire will be foe nd hereafter. Potato:- Oats, Flour, Ground Feed, aad Butter, in car load lota. F. J. Call & Co-.'Glyndon, Minn. Crockorv and glassware at Clark & Bill's. J. W, Plummer has sold...

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. — 11 November 1874

VOL. 2. J-i "^ismartk ^rUranf. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. fiCBBOaitTIOV *810*: a-, _-«P $2,00 Three months 75 to^nth's. 1.25 (Single copies Subscriptions TuAXSiittT.—1 square, 1 time^l. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers finding an following their &»">• will understand that the A. term for whteh they have paid their subscriptions wiil expir* aext number, and unless the subscription is renewed the paper will be discontinued. This rule appUM to all, and adopt**, not because we art^afraid to trust our subscribers, but because the plan most satisf' etor to the general subscriber, and more convenient for us. Postmasters are authorised to act ai ratAlalng a commission of IS) per cent, or oenw hr each yearly subscription. Bismarck Basinet Directory. Advertisements to*^'under this er less, per UMSI, $6.06 p. FORST KB—Restaurant. or week, fresh Oysters, Ac. JAMBS US. a tail. JA. CLARK JF. N ABA MT 10 pay*ble Invar.ably la advanoe. ADVERTISING BATES. Additi...

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. — 11 November 1874

f^fte ^ismartk ^ilrone. Bismardk, D. T.f SiOY. 11,1874 a tribune tmiumph. The Amazonian'Corps, or Six Tears in~the Army, by Mrs. Lipda W. Slaugh­ ter, authoress of "The New Crusade," "Early Efforts," "Summerings in the South,'' "Dolly Varden Papers," etc. will be published as a serial in the Bis­ marck TRIBUNE, TBCBUNE, course. The the first chapters com­ mencing November 25th. This is a work intended to give a .faithful account of family life in'the army, though at times the sketches may seem to border on the burlesque. While the story may make the army swear be­ cause some not over complimentary portraits are liable to be recognized, yet it will be found to abound in faith­ ful sketches, happy hits, and vigorous thoughts, while the style will be found charming in the extreme. Mrs.Slaugh ter is the wife of a physician, has spent several ye* ri with her Husband, sharing with him the hardships and pleasures of the camp and fiel£. For nearly four years past, she has been lingering on ...

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. — 11 November 1874

The fiddler siW la the baUrwhehair He feeto his fiddle's slender^^ Picks oat the dttek, And timet tlii1^^,ill»Wl And thinks weary while. SMWSfcMSfc "Begin." D-o-w-n goes the bow on ejrsry string, •'Km couple Join right handandawfagP Af Hghtas any blue bird's wing, "Swing once and a half tfanee round." Whirls Mary Mardnallln Wo#^ Calieo gown and rtocldn£V net, And tinted eyes that tell youlrue, Dance all.to the danaiag sound. She flits about big Mosea BroWn, Who holds her hands to keep her down, Anil thinks her head a golden crown, And bis heart turns over once!' His cheek with Mary's breath is wei, It gives a second somerset. He means to win the maiden yet, Alaa for the awkward dance! "Yckr stoga boot has crusfyed my toe! I'd rather dance with one-legged Joe! Ton clumsy fellow pass below!" And the first pair dance apart, Then "Forward six," advance, retreat, Like midgesgay in sunbeam street, 'TIs Monly Musk by merry feet, And the Money Musk by heart! .. 'Three-quarters round your pa...

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. — 11 November 1874

,vw Bismarck, D. tS 3 W S3 a a? 5 3g si 6. •o ^At- :**•. 8JSMARCK^ ^p/VfCINny. T.j Hot. 11» 1874. 'WAR DEPARTMENT. jttignttl IX* S. Service. A* XSD 0ITISIO* or TELKCKAK3. ainrsrrr or co**srcb aoiwcoutcbb, BtGUBCX, DAKOTA TBBMTOBT. 1- T-» sl-e® «s i^uca •XjjoopA ^n*a 08 e" O gn «a •poiA J® uoipaJiU '3Ay. 8r| §S .ss a os S* •XijppBnH U«8R *5 i£»©K«tJO •o|*H MOBg *»nry §g?gf2SS K3 O *oa)3(nomji»qx owH CODiO vCOOS* aani-N'Nco •5 t-cCco Oa W -4 COtC COJOKSOOT* uaajf fe 9 A* Remember the morrow evening siring band. fr- eias AOO2 cJ !M P« «6 »i •2 J?. •, ssSogs £H£53S8H 64° \V Highest temperature, Lowest temperature, Services at the Presbyterian Church In the morn tag at half past 10 o'clock. In the evening at half put seven. P»ayer meeting on Thursday evening at half past sereu o'clook. Patrons' music by Dance to Emmett's The very best brandy in the North vest, can be bad at White ft Dickey's Exchange. A Circulating Library is a good thing and W. H. Stimpson knows how to ran one. Next w«e...

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. — 18 November 1874

VOL. 2. ineoupnoi MICI: Oflo joar .$*.00 Tfcree mnntha T5 Six months l.&> Single copies 10 SabceripttooB payable Invar.ably In advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRA*«b»t.—» square, 1 time, $1. Aridltlonal ln •ertiuns. f0 eta each. One-eighth column. I time, $2 additional insertions *1.25. but 11 Jewelry, &<*,. a REAL O E N E J• CJ CLOTHING.—J. PETER O 0r-itorc*l ffiif ^ismartU ^ribnnf. As Independent New*paper publiAed by TBS BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. li 0a^°".riu 1 time: *8.60 additional iuaertioua $2.50. One-ball ooluoin, 1 time, $» Hdditiuunl insertions |4. One eolumn, 1 time, $ 10 additional insertions|6. CONTRACT KATES—One square 1 year,»StJ. on-. 1 year, *40. One-fourth eolumn ySirT One-halt column, 1 year, *1A. Ont nini-TB notices in local column, 15 eta. per 'IDS. ainesa uotioe.6 in special uotice column, 10 eta. pei ivBGAL ADVBRTISKMKKTS, per square, (ten line? nonpareil, or 2o» emu of type used makini? on fan a re.) one inaertion, *1 50 additional insertions 7. eects. T...

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. — 18 November 1874

I j^ixMsrd f|iilnn(. Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 18,1874. A PROCLAMATION. By the Governor of Dakota Terri­ tory* The manifold blessings enjoyed by us as a people during the year now drawiug to a clos-% admouish qs of our duty to ptaae at stated periods anil hum»ly bow ourselves in thankln nees to Almighty Gi*l fur tse great benefits ilk have received at His ixls During ths. y«ar the peoj le oi Dakota Territory have eiica|ied thi convulsions, ep'demies and pesti­ lence that have afflict'd cither secthiid of our com­ mon country ths year has betn char»cterized in an nnusual degree by older,' peace and obedience to constituted auihorit while with average seasjus the labor oi the husbandmau has not been nrewarded. It is meet and proper, therefore, tnat we should apart a day for the special recognition of our dependence as a people, upon the mercy of Divine Providence, and to invoke a continuance of the Same. Now, therefore, recognizing this dependence upon the mercies of the Ad-wise Ruler of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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