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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1879

1 iV mnn 51)C Iwmorcli Srtlmtte. ,BISMAROK,8ATffRBAY,MARCfl 15,187#. ThdTcenlarMramnnicationB of Bismarck Lodge K„ x|o A. F. A. M., are heldin their ball on tiio"first 4 nd thirjj, mondays of each- month at 7 Brothers: ]. m. v'tctl. good ^landing arecordially in JOSEPlf II ARE, W7M. JCMBRN. CORBY. Sec. i-o.o.F. The reg&Iar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues ikr. Brothers in good standing are cordially in* „U,d. J. M. CARNAHAS, N. tt. LOUIS HECHLER, R. Sec. ... RGLIGIOlIi SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Bev. J. G. Miller, B. 1)., rector. SerWce* 'at -the brick schdelfhouse overy Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday nchool after morning service. All are Cordially invited'to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the City Hall, at 11 a, m. and 7:30, p. m. Sunday School immediately after the' morning. Korvicesl- Grayer nieeting e'verv Thursday even­ ing at.T:30.p. m. GM. WI BARKKTT., Pastor.' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Corner of Thay­ er...

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. — 22 March 1879

ty-l1 w»*~ ~f ~Vrt £*Vf -f l1 4 ^$rT*v S?S-*' & s^'v. -V :-•.•- v.. .-..J ." nAr.?V =t TAT,, SM-J v.r .• (isnrPiv.os'on1^ 7r. 'o ctt.t 1 "Slia ?Dbr 7"- .. -y .-y^y- r* VOL. VI. 'AW? '-. BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE MEWS GOBBLED PROM ill OVER THE WOULD. -lv'" C*maiittee Meetincs and Minor Bus­ iness in the Senate and Honse--A CtnyraniM Kikely to be Effeeted- A Short Session Favored- -The Wid •w Oliver Case at Wastaineton. ,5 it Special Ditpatch to tin Tribune^.. SENATE STRIP FF. ST.PAUL, March 22—In tlie Senate yesterday'Wallace's resolution asking the president for information as to how much money was expended for deputy marshalls on last election day in Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio came up. Conkling wanted other states included," hut the Democrats objected. Edmunds put in an amendment asking the president to state the necessity of com­ pelling the use of marshalls, hut it was re 30c ted# CBSCMITTKE MEETINGS. The House Democratic Committee of eleven, t...

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. — 22 March 1879

j' ikt jS pivjS V-: COKRENT TOPICS, As a hint to farmers, it is well to con aider the fact, that wheat has doubled in vi average yield in England since geneT' al nnderdraining has been practiced. Moles are continually destroying grubs, larvae, palmer-worms, and insects vegetation is ever found in its stomach. DonTt kill theWole. Mrs. Nancy 8. Wallace, "a widow ladv living on the outskirts of Ocala, Pla, re­ cently gathered four hundred and fifty bushels of sweet potatoes from an acre and a half of.pingrland, $ Implements shotild be overhauled and put in order and the" stock replenished. Bxtra plow points, cultivator teeth and duplicates of parts, likely to be broken save many a half day's work. The Emperor of Germany is now won­ derfully well and vigorous, though still carrying his arm in a sling. He gives audiences and rides out daily. He has held a commission in the Prussian army 72 years. -'The Louisville Courier-Journal thinks the speech alleged to have been made by Sitting-Bull...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

CURRENT TOPICS As a hint to farmers, it-is well to con­ sider the fact, that wheat has doubled in •n average yield in England since gener al underdrawing has been practiced. Moles are continually destroying grubs, larvae, palmer-worms, and insects hguriour vegetation is ever found in its stomach. DonH kill th^mole. r: Mrs. Nancy S. Wallace, a widow lady living on" the outskirts of Ocala, Flan re eently gathered four hundred and fifty bushels of sweet potatoes from an acre an a ha of pi a Implements should lie overhauled and put in order and the stock replenished. Extra plow points, cultivator teeth and duplicates of parts, likely to be broken save many a half day's work.' The Mennonite Bishops of Russia held a council recently, at which it was re­ solved, in view of the forthcoming draft of young men, to ask of the Governmen particulars concerning the managernen and position of the drafted ones, prelimi­ nary to deciding what the denomination should do. A petition was subsequently p...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

-,L '"-y ,At! rii-" BT FHOKBB CABT. Oar old brown homestead reared its walls From the wayside aloof, Where the apple boughs could almost cast Their fruitage on the roof ?i And the cherry tree eo near it-grew, 4, Then when awake I've lain In the lonesome nights and heard the limbs Ab they creaked against the pane And those orchard trees: oh. those orchard trees— I've seen my little brother rocked In their tops by the summer breeze. The sweetbrierupon the window sill, Which the early birds made triad, And tha dark damask-rose by the garden fence Were all the flowers we had. Pre looked at many a flower since then, Far brought^ and rich and rare, Toother eyes more beautiful, But none to me so fair For those roses bright—oh, those roses bright, Pre twined them with my sister's locks,, That are laid in the dust from sight. ''y We had a well, a deep old well. Where the spring was never dry And the cool drops down from the mossy stones Were falling constantly And there never was water half ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

W \t 1 i»v •w-?:•*• Sfte $ismorrit tribune. BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION KATISS: WBKKLT, One Yew, $2 80 Six Months, ,,1 SO Three Months -u- 75 *''i RATES:'' Mwfinnt.—One^ficlfc, one time'«$l subsequent drtiona, SO UMBO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, rate. LO««l-Notices.—kSeventjF-five cents per foliofor fi rat^Sas&tion'aad fifty centepef folio for each fohg«quiintin»ertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 8^4 inches, three months, $10 Benches, $15 10 iMhpt, $®» ."^"inches, $50.. Profess ipnalcards, fonr lines or leas,, per an* nam, $10 Additional lines, $2.50.' Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry,1 $T per line. All bills for Advertisinf will be collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATtTRDAY, MARCH 22,1879. AT last the great pedestrian match in New York is finished. Howell and Har iinip =goty} *gait money.? jk.M •i 1 BAYARD'S chances for the Presidency in 1880 are looming rapidly. The Chica­ go Timet has gohe back on him. "TF...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

.ni.it t-'i.t 4 f: ,v NfyiliJp.rSOJES, f-T •'Good pun's ti-aVel aH ore* nWe codntiy," but who ever saw a poor pun-stir ?—New S 4 Th« Zulus struck right at part •f their foe in South Africa. They killed a quarterinastei at the first lick.—Fart Benton lieeor&J ':i# fif Our "devil" has invented a niaclune for gtinaing but poetry .on the '•beautiful spring," but before it could be put into •perati»n the blamed' thing froze up and Uftiuminusthe poetjy.—Wyoming (111.) ,,The Clare County, (Mich.) Press isfor •*16. The sole reason for selling out,'Mr. Ooodenough. the publisher, declares, is, that "he desires t® put many hundred miles more between himself and his rnoth •tan-law," and further adds, that 'lest this •should be considered a joke,. I solemnly -affirm that this is a fact, so help .. me Al­ mighty^' -i Letter lAst. ..• 'List of 'letters remaining uncalled for in the Bismarck Post K)ftice. for tno weekending, Sat nrdaj, March 22,1879: Anderson*S Hams John Ballentlne Robert Clark...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

1 '4 f&M't K^„ i* A uonIy .3.'» These florna Boys. "Mercy what a noise! Look at that Chair, with a string tied on the arms and made fast to the writing desk and flower Stand, all to b^.. driven tapdem^o^tot, •ounfif imp itf. 8ki{t .iuid Mid shoes 1 Whompeet tfcat worlt-fflasket?, and, good gracious, what work fc^ee* made with my|Wbol' a^dJt%eid! Thftrefs the last: OfaphU &m.ta *w^|and in the, cuspidore with my new screw­ driver that I lost a week ago. What is he doing with the cat? and, dear me, if he hasn't thrown grandma's 'spectacles' into the grate!" "Where'b Harry? Ron to the kitchen and see. All the eggs are broken in the basket of folded clothes, and the milk for padding has been~fed to thereat and dog. Bridget ^anniganls in towering rage, and says, ^Phatyttie use ^slpavinV to kape clane wid such a young divil forinst ye?" Miss Frigidity Fussbunch calls, and is horrified at being requested to be a horse and let Harry "ride straddle to Boston." Sfieis questioned," also...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

HOW TO RAISE WHEAT. :t & *Rr V" j,, ''t^-'-f*^r:y. Fifty Million Bushels of Wheat—Fifty Million Dollar* in Casb—A Few Facte About the Cultivation. of Wheat Which it Is Claimed will Add Fifty to One Hun­ dred Per Cent, td the Crop. The great error of Minnesota *theat cul tnre is the ambition of the people-to be con­ sidered tj& large farmere, or to pat in a larger area of wheat than can be properly attended to.. If forty notes of land :was the limit of the government bounty instead of 160, and the otbe^ 120 acres sold to give the farmer a team aitd six months* provisions, It would be far better for the State and the farmers themselves. As it is now, the land is half cultivated, seed is wasted, slovenly, slip­ shod plowing, harrowing, harvesting and stacking are the role, and half a crop the frequent oonaequenoe. I do not design in thU artiole to attempt to disonns all these branches of wheat culture, but simply to en­ large little upon a single topio which was discussed at th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 22 March 1879

Sjje Jwmarck SrUmttc. JJIfMAROK, SATURDAY, MABCLL, 22.1879. SASOI1C, On M«rnlAr cointtQultAtiootof Bisiosrcic Lodsc F- a A. MM are held in their hall On fc'flrtt ind third mondaysof each month at. 7 p. m.u Brothers in g^clUtamHn^ arecordfall^rln- ^MER N. COHBY, Sec. f. O. O.F. Tkc.regaiarmeoting of Mandan Lodge-No. 12 I. p. 0 F.,are held in Maeonic Hall -every Taes- &^sssatsssss LOUIS HECHLEB, B. Seo. 1 &fr. 8EBVICEM.' EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D., rector. Services ^ct the briCITscttoorhousa ...... -gunflay every Sunday at ll'Ttr rti. uuday at 11*8. m. ana7 pT m. Sunday psppptor pf" flanr parchasp.d ^e,a|^S^^ school.after iuvi^d^o METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San­ der at tke City Hall, at 1-1 a. t*untf»y.l9chbol Immediately nfl •arvfccj-i TCrayei' aefee&tfiftir ing at 7:iS0 p. m. Seats frv«. day's •naday at 7 a. m, Lea\d for Porta Stephenson, Berthold and^Bu (onl ancl tho-Tongue tiver posts every Sunday, Wednesday* an* Fridajr arriving'every- Moncfoy, Wed...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 March 1879

'j[ A j'rfT stteSL .oSI VOL. VI. BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE MEWS inOBULh/D JFROM^ALL OVER THE WORLD. .. .... '. J'f 1 i,.,J The Army BUI Up A*aln—Widow Oliver Denies Ever IateHdlag to Blaelimall Simple Sim®*—1The Wreck of the Steamer St. Martin--. lUse^laneousHotes. a.," Jri'i ii J: ,JiSpe^i jispatcA to tAt TribvM.] THE ABMY BILL. i! «t. Paul^ March 29.—The army bill icame up in the House yesterday, and the •debtfte was listened to by prominent sena­ tors. The clause forbidding the use of the •army in elections being especially consid­ ered. The House referred the memorial of J. J. "Wilson, claiming to be elected to 'Congress from Iowa. The committees liave not yet been announced by Randall. It is supposed that Blackburn will be chairman of the appropriation committee. A GAIN FOB GREENBACKJ5RS. The Democratic State committee of Ohio have decided to hold its meeting on Jan. 4th, the time of the meeting of the 'Greenback convention. This is regarded .as a victory for soft money. The ...

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. — 29 March 1879

NEWS OF THE WEEK. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS Nathan P. Pratt, treasurer of the Read­ ing, Mass., Savings bank, la a defaulter. March 21st, incendiaries burned the entire west portion of the town of Trier, in 'Louisiana. H. R. Webb, of Newport, Arkansas, •convicted ofaa attempt- ta.xmfaaga~a^aeat. mutegi rl, has been sentenced at Litar Kock, Ark., to tjfce penitentiary for 21 years. the case of James L. Siaughter^atesa^hisrof-the First-National banfcM IndianaopllSrlnd^ on .hta.teialin, the, Upjit^sjate^ ($«& fbefojfe lB}qdffe^ •on a charge of embezzlement, returned a yer 4ict.of not guilty, V5 A $43,000 fire "occurred at /Vlcksburg, M3ss:,M4rch i9: A "jfire in JDelyvreiD, Jowa, Match J3d, destroyed peyeral /sto&ept Loss $17,000. 3 Nathaniel Pratt, the defaulting Savings Bank treasurer of-fading, Mass., has been heldin ISOJWP bail. ,.,,, It 'is stated' tMfe She water at Siegedin is again tislng. If' the rise continues thiBrfe will be little hops Of saving the few remain­ ing housesi...

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. — 29 March 1879

*.|i^Wi' 111III »tfi I "1' in'Ti "if^r VM(U U' Althnngh their products sell for much lower prices than they didra f**w yej agOfSheep are-fctill among »&-mgst».pi itable ampals which can b§ j£tg$o! farm, bat, in order to yield the highest returns ef which they are capable, they need to ^e propdrly ca^1p?r^Bxchange An Excellent Coffee Recipe.—Stir into the ground coffee sufficient white of .egg to make a-smooth'patte add-tho proper quantity, by measure, of boiling water, and let it boil gently for twenty or thirty minutes. Maae thus it is exquisitely clear and transparent, the coagulated al bumenFoldihgeverytineBt particle cf solid matter.—Footers Health Monthly for February, A New Jersey paper says that ninety years age it was regarded as a settled point that corn in drills gave a larger product than in hills, but that now, after much discussion, it remains unsettle^. The remark would not be. made by any­ one who has informed himself on the subject. JWe have thoroughly tested thi...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 March 1879

®Li ^v^:r 'H -.•-S^IrliftfeS 1 1 VK ftett TT £5 i:- illOua BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL. tM- 'BATES? WJ ^SEKLY, One Year,,, BO •Six Montnov -'v 1 50 Three Months ,-•••• 75 0 MJSs $ .-M' "fcnsient.—One inch, one time1$1 subsequent ^fe^SO^ent*: additional lines nonpareil, same rate." .. Legal Notices.—Seventy-lire cents per folio for "first Insertion dad fifty' cents per folio for each -subsequent insertion., Contract* Rates.r-.Onie inch, three months, $5 $*# niches, three months, $ln 5 inches, $15 10 .inches, $25 20 inches, $50.. Professional cards, fbur lines or less, per an-' nam, $10 additional lines,'$2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. .. All bi)ls for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, MARCH 89,1879. No MATTER whether he is a corpse or not, Sam Tilden stands more chance of re-election than Hayes does. IN' our travels we heard a girl say, •"Jackasaed me to be his."—J'argo Independent. This is just about...

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. — 29 March 1879

tfflflfW OF FRONTIER RAHCHfcS 7* ffia-aLj8 Ed. Wear Proprietor as Well as the f-Fceqaentl1 |u maUCr^«Tar«' Bl»i.Ii^r*::ifaMBefce SMALL GRAVE YARD OP HIS OWN. A short time ago an individual was taken in for the night, the head of the establish­ ment not being able to withstand his pit­ eous appeals for a night's lodging on tick. The following morning Snell was unable to find,his boots, and also missed his gun, Following up the clue hie discovered his horse and saddle, and also the tramp had disappeared. Selecting two frontiersmen, both hard cases, he started them on the trail and overhauled him, when a desper­ ate struggle ensued. They finally over­ powered him and brought their game home, Dame rumor has i,t that he will steal lio more strick. We camped1 for the night at Calamity Williams', whose auburn tresses reach be­ low his shoulders. But he does not as­ pire to a reputation like the "Terror of the Bad Lands,"v or "Yellowstone Kelly" has achieved. Ten miles further brought us to...

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. — 29 March 1879

•X"' %-f Marine Cradle Song* Sleep, my baby, beside the fire, wSd^^wfii? nigher and nigher, Wavesare^ineWglier god-higher^ t. Sleep, ctild,8le^:-43 Tr *'-While ttiy father, our otf*bfr«ea*- Toils all night Tor thee and me. Sleep, my baby, content and blest, Sleep, child, sleep Whether the heart in thy mother's breast Be "gbtorhea^^o^alJtBp beat^ S if ii pi if & While thy fatpefe otit on *he sea, Toils attnigh^|ojp 'i I)ISAJ^A|lBI)i Qkjf' g'r i.A Vjft is "I can't finish it without a piece of copper wire, and apice of copper wire can't fee found short of Oldport. How vexatious!" The speaker was a fair yonh£"\nian, feEitce twenty years of age. David Gdiflen'byTiame. He was sitting at the kitchen-table at work upon a curious, old-fashioned silver watch, Which might be tracedJaack through a, series of Goldens to the first Gpldmjt whip ever ut foot on American soil, wucmimetyhif dymg breath,and stopiied,spJ^diti0pj*ld,wheahi8 heart ceased to beat. Not that David was a watchmaker. It w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 March 1879

were introduced one by Senator Beck to re olitical disabilities imposed by Ihe move all ... 14th ArticW tKejBopatitution. Senator Ed muiiatf'oifertea V~ resolution confining tbe standing committees was submitted. oUtfe President's message was received, read, and referred to the ipommittee on ?printing/ Ad-* ionrnB.f I\ Vv iij fi *H HOUSE. March 19.—The contested seat from tbe second district of Flor'da ,was taken npj anil' discussed at considerable length. Hull, byra„partyvotelyeafl 140,. i\aya 136,.was admitted^ land tne modified 'oath was admin IsteredctaMlqL .The President's^ esdage was receives and read and referred to the com­ mittee of th& whole. The speaker announced the WHowifii'fomnritteS on rules:" The Speak­ ers. BWphensl Blackburn, Garfield, and Frye. Adjourned. Th&.brevity and terseness of the President's message appeared to create equal surprise and commendation. .Its reading was. applauded by some Republican members. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Ouil. Fellow Citiz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 March 1879

fwwOTcfcSnlmttt. BlSMAftOK, BATtfRDAtT, MARCH SB, 18ft p=m== HASOSIC. ilar communications of Bismarck Lodge y. & A. Mm are held in their hall on ittrat third Jnoadays of each .month at,?' TUereg So.f120,.and fcft EMEB N. COREY, Sec. The reguiar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in* vired. J. M. CARN AH AN, N. tt. LOUTS HECHLER, R.T36C. RELIGIOrS SEBYICm Et"ISCOPiU, CHURCH—Rer. J. O. Miller, B. 1)., rector, iscrvices ait. the. brick school Jionse every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Snnday school after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Snnday School immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting every Thmrsday even- ing at 7:80 p.m. On. W. Babhktt. Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Corner of Thav er and Second St., Rev. S. G. Dodd, Pastor. Sah b.-.th services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m....

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. — 5 April 1879

jf & ffietftiOH STUO* 5?3TaUO vim* O'i vojJ^vr'55 .!v..v .v*,? .•• v. *, ,.,w. BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE !ru iHM) CONGBES8IONAL. St. Paul, March 5.—Debate in the House on the army bill is still continued and participated-in by Singleton, of Miss­ issippi Weaver, of Illinois, Qreenbacker Delainatyr Jones, of Georgia Wright, of Pennsylvania, the mule subsidist Gen Hsjjjjey, of Connecticut, who made, next to Garfield, the best speech made in the Republican side, and finally Randolph Tucker, who made an excellent speech on the Democratic side, under the five min­ ute rule. A vote on the bill, will be reached today. O O E O E E N S Secretary Sb erman yesterday sold 59,000, 000 four per cents, and issued a call for all the outstanding 5-20's sixty millions in all. No more four per cents will be sold at present. The Bank of Commerce, New York, took $40,000,000 worth, and the Secretary had orders unfilled for $25,000,- 000k :'.'' ..., :H KEORO EXODUS. MS!!) _!f Fred Douglass thinks th...

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. — 5 April 1879

NEWS OF THE WEEK. xr CRIME8 ANP CRIMINALS. Some 20 of the Pekin whisky rine plead guilty in the United States court at Chicago lately, and were fined small sums. A m*n in an English prison confesses to have murdered a man in New York city, some time ago. His name is not yet given to the public. H. F.Yass, a German, at Memphis, T9nn.-,Bh0fc*himselfa^rt41i-«'pwto},'Marcfr-81r[-t!iemr-,t088 0fllfe:isal80rcp0rted: of his only Grief caused by the seduction daughter-was the) jAuse. John Stenger, Jr.. business manager of the Southern Glassworks of Louisville, Ky has dUwMved, taUiKi with^him aw?rd, thou^n^6ilireof^^^)anys!xhia»iity.1 31/ A young desperado, son-of-a Dr. Murray of Minneapolis,Mi»nn «in vscoinpany with another young villain^'^assailed the house of H. B. Chase, with stones.and eggs, and flred'a revolver at Mr. Chase, wounding him in ene of his. ?jf .'A ,jj^TJpperr Egypt caus^a terrible suffering, it In flonW villages the-peov pie are naked, and, like wild- ,beasts, digs dor? ro...

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