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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1874

THE V1I1TOB* There wm port tart Sanday The queerest little enft, Without so Inch of rigging on I I joked, and looked, im Isagaoo. Ii teemed so carious that 8hoald cross the unknown water. And moor herself within my room— My daughter, 01 my daughter! Yet. by these presents, witness all. She's welcome fifty time*, And comes consigned f» H«»pe and Lore* And common meter rhymes. She has no manifest bat this No flag floats o'er the water Bb*'rt rather new for British Lloyds— My daughter, O! my daughter 1 Bine ont wild bells—and tame ones, taog Ring out the layer's moon Rinj? in tk.e little wonted socks Ring in the bib and spoon. Ring out the mate ring in the sane Kin in the milk and water Away with paper, pens and ink— My daughter, O! mv daughter. TO MISS RUM BLOSSOM. Byes, eves! Bf«ut'fnl eyes! Red H8 ruby of very tariff Eyes th»t hewiteh us with merely a glance— Bloodghot from whiskey, or vee" iron* 7ranee How sweet *i!« to lint he in the lachry mvje luster. When just car: ie«i home fr...

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. — 18 November 1874

*r' ''i»V s: i* BQ a S & E a Ss 5 es Bl^l/IARCK. AND VlCitill Y. mn Aismarck, D. T., Nov. 18,1874. WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal Service. U- S. A' HIVRt^M OF T*fc*0»AJfS, 'A*D BBpr,RT* W fc Ov O E3 O 04 TOS •BBVsrn' nr COUUKKC® AKD lomovLTWt, \j SMHAXCKi fit'/H tUMlWM. •w S* Mnrzball, of Junestown, did call his dog ,Jacknsan, nut he don't now. He pitied the dog and changed \ts name. White & Rickey don't claim to have the largest stock of "wet goods" to be found in the northwest, but they do claim to have as pure liquors of all kinds as can he had in "the United States. John W. Trask has sold bis Moor head establishment and invested a •truck for moving houses. Ho thinks that the buaine a wili pay at BismarcU next summer. His head is level. Stationery, letter, note, foolscap, legal cap, inital paper, blank books, etc., at Dunn & Co's drug store, Front street, Bismarck. ,H* 1L* 2 .*c.a XltBQ i"N uoiV^jt(i tl S* §2 o5 a i-S/, I.3B* oj |t O 5H.X 9W9 c. .-CWJ1 *o ug jo tuiy 0 Soss^S ...

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. — 25 November 1874

-1 VOL. 2. LO^al lie I*O*L I be^rca fared at '1. liJ stpMnurnov riuo« __ OM year M»001 Thn* months jj» SfaSfc::,. .... 1^:1 SttgpptpOoo* p*y»W« iwsar.aWr1x1*dr*ncg -R ADVERTISING EAT*». TumiR.-l square, 1 tkne, |1. AddWonall sertions, 80 cts each. One-eighth |fc#4d|iiopa» Ipsertloas |1£8., *fm« ftO additional insertions "SyjlS additional°B® "*$80. One _i eolaain. 1 .$1*0. One column, 1-year, $200. /cSlil^dltorlal 25 ci«. per line. Ba loc-column, ^^per ltae. Bu- rioess notiws in special notice tpltJMt P*r line. URU. ADVKBTIMUMT^, iBTisuBSTti. pc* »s»~ -_ solid of the advertisement Subscriber. taHns" .°),™^ai ta ltoMtoel. Tki. rrie w»U««,lo O^lTn mort »Uri' 'd«r, to the «»b«rll*r. ^i»?±V£L «. for.eschVarlv nibKripflp^ lew, per annual, o.W aqamonai »"CT MISCELLANEOUS. panyatlSWpetyear. J•lowed VT W RAYMOND CO., Bankers. Interert aJ o«timedeposits, Exchange bought and. soldi *«. & PKTBRSON, Gun and Lock Smiths. ,__S DOUGLAS ft CO.—Heavy and [ardware, Tinware, 4c. f^CKFOBD RYAN, PJ '...

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. — 25 November 1874

9 he ismarrh Bismarck, D. T., Nov. 25,1874. A PROCLAMATION. »F the Governor of Dakota Terri­ tory- The manifold blessings enjoyed by as as a people daring the year now drawing to a close, admonish us of our duty to pause at stated periods and humbly bow ourselves in thankfulness to Almighty God for the great benefits we have received at His hands. Daring the year the people of Dakota Territory have escaped the convulsions, epidemics and pesti­ lence that have afflicted other sections of our com­ mon country the year has betn characterized in an unusual degree by order, peace and obedience to constituted auihorii.v while with average seasons the labor ot the husbandman has not been ..nrewarded. It is meet and proper, therefore, that we -should Set apart a day for the special rfcognition of our dependence as a people, upon the mercy of Divine Providence, and to invoke a continuance of the game. Now, therefore, recognizing this dependence upon the mercies of the All-wise Ruierof the Un...

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. — 25 November 1874

4 THE NEWSPAPER MAJL or even Of the work there Is in" shedding Ink By the wlelders of pencil and pen Generally known asneirspa permes— 'Jottings,*"'In General,* 'Bplce of Mfe'.M "Variations" and rumors rife, "Saturday NoteVand Snaday newt, "All sorts of paragraphs, "to aonse. Market reports and inaiine disasters, Pads of pills and patent plasters Now at the theater in white cravat, Claw-hammer coat and open hat Then to the prizerring, where jrod write Sickening details of a bloody fight— Back to the c'ty, just in time To report the sermon of some (Urine Steamboat collisions, snuub-np of trains, Election returns to bother yoqr brains Agents dramatic, with long-winged story, To write np his star to' theatrical glory. Deaths and marriages, murders, rows. Balls aud parties, minstrel shows. Stock speculations, bubbles of air. Tossed about by bull and bear Praising the limb In the dancer's pose, «And next the calves in the cattle shows Pencil in hand at the racing course, Taking the time ...

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. — 25 November 1874

Bismarck, S3 5 Highest IS- psss emsmab®* vicinity FI- T., NOT. 25,1874. y/ltt DEPARTlOaiT. Service* U* S* 4' *«rd*T« »ox Service llMtHI, pAKOTA si Hand knit«ocks, a first class article at lf*i«hall ft Campbell's. 19w 3 The mail arrangements'bet ween Bis mai'cfc and Port Buford Will: hereafter •bejmcfre satisfactory to our readers up river. The mail will leavo hette tbeiday afterithe arrival of the castori* mail-* .probably Wednesday mornings j~: i',1."! 7 't* .• Parties wishing a nice light boot for the* Christmas and New Year's party, shoulcMcave their orders at once with Marshall^ Campbell. Act on this 'hint and save disappointment, and choice epithets for the shoemaker. 19w 8 Some of our subscribers at Fort Rice •dlaim that they do not get their pa ipers. The faultlaya at their ewo door. 'Our mailing machine cannot make mistake. aDd thje .paper is published jand mailed regular. If the postmaster, there •would delivor the papers to wfroiti they •re addressed there.would be noiroub...

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 December 1874

Jp?'-" VOL. 2. Om E It fctl N O. ST. rifo ^isnMrdt ^rilwnf. An fadcf ffliflmt HwrT" pebM*ed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUHE OO. snacumov taioa: year .tS.OOj, Three mouths Jj abJrattu. 1.25 |«ngle copies 10 Subscriptions payable invariably In sdrsnee. ADVERTISING RATES. Tuiiukt.—1square,1time, $1. Additional,^^ aS feA AsA^lffhltl COlnBfia 1 U®C| 1 time, f».W aaaiuonm cetiTO, IUim.46 addition*! Insertions One eolnmn, 1 time, *10 _^dhlon^i?^£-fw. Coktbact Rates. —One square 1 eighth column, 1 year, $40. One-Wthcolumn.1 year, t7. One-half column, 1 year, $130. One TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers finding an following thdrnamcs will understand that the -A. term for which they have nai'l their subscriptions will ejplre with the rat number, and unless the subscription Is renewed the uaper will be discontinued. This rule applies to al? and trust our ailopttd, not because we are afraid to subscribers, but because it Is found to be the plan most satisf' ctor to the general subscriber, aart more convenient...

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 December 1874

Bismarck, D. T.f Deo. 2,1874. TUMMING THE TABLES. The trite old saying that "you can't tell wfao is Governor until after elec­ tion," seems to be susceptible of further modification in soine instances, for '"sometimes you can't most always tell" even after election. The returns re ceived and published [in the TRIBUNE elected E. A. Williams, Esqr., and his associates upon the ticket, in this dis­ trict, to the Territorial Legislature that meets in Yankton on Monday next It now turns out, as we learn through reliable sources, that Messrs. Williams and company, failing to produce the -proper, or any verification of the vote electing them, the canvassing board, in their official capacity, found Dr. Slaugh­ ter and his associates .upon the ticket elected in their stead, and have issued certificates of election accordingly. In other words the voting capacity of Charles Mix county and other precincts south of here was too much for "Paint­ ed Woods," and other thickly settled precincts nort...

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 December 1874

iMih Oaee in Persia reigned a,King, Whe QnTCdtUSBtrMMM Whkhifheldl Gavel they. Fleets of galleys through the MM Brought him pesrls to aiiehtM» few, But te counted nit as gain gain Treasurers of the mine or main. •/What la weaUM9.th« King wtmld my, ''Even tbfesfaaU pass awsqr." Lady fairest ever seen Choee be for his bride and qsctn. Coached apon the marriage bed, "Though a bridegroom never prtned Dearer bosom'to nla breast. Mortal flesh mast come to clay: •Even this shall pass away.'" In the revels of his cour t, At the zenith of tbe sport, When the palms of all UigueitJ Burned with clapping at bis Jests, He, amid his figs and wine, Cried, "0 loving Wends of mine Pleasure comes bat not to stay: 'Even this riiall pass away.'" fighting on a furious field, Once a javelin pierced his shield. -Soldiers with a load lament Bore him bleeding to his tent. Groaning from his tortured side, "Pain Is hard to bear," he cried: "But, with patience day by day, •E?en this shall pass away.'" Towering ...

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 December 1874

•5 WAR DEPARTMENT. SICAAL SERRTW« U- S. A- ,«mmi or mn»un AKP ST a Ss •top°YA ^a«a 5 aopbdam SAY is •XiippnnH 9 |3 'jefMSoauaqx n«R as 5 5 -H I a ssisggls ejoodo'eig'^ Hlghwt temperature, 83° Lowest temperature, -10° Company D, at Gamp Hancock, have gone-tQflfc .Lincoln. Perhaps this is preliminary to the .abandonment »f the *Post and sale of the buildings. iHandJcnit socks, a flrFrt-class article, -&t Marsball Jb Campbell's. 19w 3 S. Sunderland, the taxe*dermist, has $la«ed an-eWc hesd in Marshall Carop fttll's window. Its a nice job. AWtitlng deaks and stationery at Dunn & tflo's deng store. 21 w5 ffcqputy'U.S. Marshall Edgei$y having beencemawed, his papers,&c.,.have been plftOAd io -Deputy Miller's hand*. -5 .. —*—, :•.* Pdottes irt&ing a nice light boot for tbe Cttvistoqsffand N$r Year's party, shoaMioave .their order* at one* fjrrib tto tie AND, VIOifHIY Btemarok, D. T., Deo. 2,1874. .r,f• y0K. ILWI—T FF OOMWWO* *5® AAMKWVWM, r»-»T*, *aaamn*. II a -o g-a-o-o ^§...

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 December 1874

VOL. 2. J, An Independent Hewspaper paMMhed by THE BISMARCK TKiHUHE CO. 8DB80B1PTIOM FaiCB S One year W.001 Three months Six months. 1.S5 Single copies Subscriptions payable Invariably In advance. ADVERTISING RATES. T*A««BIIT.—I COMTBACT P. PORST square, 1 Ume, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 60 cts each. $2 additional Insertions 91.35. On*-fo««» 1 time. $3.60 additional Insertions *2-50. ^One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions J4. One sotamn, 1 time, $10 additional inssrtionsJJ. RATES.—One LOCAL NoTicB8.-Editorial 85 eta. per ine. Bu­ siness notices in local column, 15 eta. per line. idnevs nottctfi la spcckU notico coluniD, 10 cts. per )lB6« KOAL EOM of the advertisement. and type of the size used in the body TO SUBSCRIBERS. for cach yearly subscription. R—Restaurant. or week, freifc Oysters, Ac. H. FJet K. M. Brown, Receiver. REAL ESTATE—C. J• MBSERVE A84 M. .75 10 tors. square 1 vw, •». One eighth column, 1 year, »40. One-l^rth column. 1 year, $70. cJne-nalf column, 1 ye...

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 December 1874

f|ke ^ismxrdt ^|£bnk|. Bismarck, D. T., Bee. 9, The President's message submitted Monday promises to be unusually inter* esting. If the usual holiday recess is taken there will be only sixty working days. The Northern Pacific \nd Dako­ ta* Division bills are unfinished busi ness, and may. be taken up at any time. The prospects for the Northern Pacific seem better as members come in. The disposition to do something to start the wheels of industry, which prevails, is favorable. On every hand business is paralyzed. Only last Saturday forty thousand laborers in the iron district were thrown out of employment. The present session ends Republican suprem­ acy in Congress, and a disposition to Inaugurate a system of general internal improvement seems to prevail. This system will probably embrace Northern Pacific, Southern Pacific, and Atlantic & Pacific. The latter from St. Louis to the southwest, and tke various water routes to the seaboards. California Vintage- The estimate of. those ...

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 December 1874

4'I -aw* la other But I recall! OftotHl Surprising magician's tore. And lodT)Hl»jNl4W*^ Wvr ITvs I sifr At night he'd sit beside the store AnijmlUJtrfofT*® The WhHe e.ch yam Ms afesPiy twe, Was still mare foggy t^faJhe Ust. .-"l And we wonM gather round to hear The old man tell of by-gone tl*nes._ Of miners camp and ragged Choer, And early comers'jokea and crimes. Immense vuht inargnmenV— Of logie-naaght he voderatoed, Bat facte with ease he could invent, And pour them in an endless flood. He argaed with untiring kest. Defying all to put him ^ut And talked upon the whole, the best, Of what he knew the least about. When one a stubborn truth would bring. The appearance of the youth,—aside fromhls suspicious change of manner, —sufficicn tly belied the words. He was apparently about sixteen,but well-formed and tall for his age. Though the false hood was apparent at a glance, there was a: fran^«» |o :h|% •*v- .\/r He'd meet it with: "Young man of mine, Ton cannot teach TM anything, For 1...

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 December 1874

8|6margk and •XjpopA *ip»a vicwirfY. 1 Btemarok, D« T»* Deo. 9f 1874« A .1 r. war Department. ,, Sjgaal Srrioe. V- A aiTMSfea Or TVLKOIIAVS, A*D BB#0a*4 '#0R TBB •MSKfT Or .OOlUWCB ISO AOWCOJ.+CBIS, .nCX4B9i plIOTA TWRVTOaY. 5 •3 t. b'9««4b hOOCOSfti .« •of»H iioajt jo iniy S|3 90 O 33S§®S8 'S -2 a» *5 ssgssss POMA •XtifnmnH o»H 1*° "3 O I as S -2P Checker and backgammon boards* eheSsmen, Ac., at Dunn A Co's drug •tore. 21 w5 rOdl." **m age. OT 55®J«fe£aaJ5 S5 UO I3«M 2av 1 S35&S&3 M\amotaiom ueanr A9^»vaox§Si •x3*-*-*o u«3}f cS a* ca 82»e?c§a6'e5?i 2 S a S JST 912 ?Hh»nSH Highest temperature, Lowest temperature, toiiew «t the Presbvterlan rhurch in the morn­ ing at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half past seven. Piayer meeting on Thursday evening at half past seven o'clock. Now is the time to purchase Christ­ mas presents, while-the stocks uf goods are fresh, and the stores are not crowded. Sterescopic views and lenses—a beau tiful chrisiinas present, at Dunn &...

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 December 1874

-.ru-tr-i'' *i» »J»J 1. «-.VJ(*VJ* VOL. 2. An LM*PTADT0*K***»§» THE IlIBMAicfe TOtoUtlt! CO •osabmwfioii MIWJ Opeipui.. SStSSj^-— Hzboo^ l»25i Btagto ooplaa Spfrar.*ipthma payable tom«aMy to ad«*ae. ADVERTISING RATBa. Taifginrr.—1«»«««. 1 **"*',*}• f«filo m. 60 ve cts each. Oo^«^ «J!2m «iiu ££$£&» sssissssx-.** 7 $7H. Ooe haW column, 1 jotamn.1 r«*r. I®!® paid jiieir subscriptions will expire Ssmarek Biskess md Qett'i PufftlAhng dwfc ^./FdRiTtfR^- iratit *c. STEARNS a wuw^H^ .*• U^«.II. nroirt to tlace Pr do the^oftgood. Iky Good*, Clattitar, vWt***?*** 1* (all. MoMP pLAtt, t-WJ^ftilSsSiWae*! 1 1 5 groc^^o^&lw^l^. j.i liitUSiSDOS (hrooe^i, PrwrMona,' KAUFVMA^* AUFmAS«^ pjtitM, BRQlWlftNCi 'ft W^o MH^VR^ngeWfiN, 1—' N P. OLAftK-Frett Barter, Onto, wed. Pt OWS .tBOn^-dHir fakary ,%f .li DOlW ACO. ert la^raqr. Suodaif. .-• OOL—Full uAjMnAtf" WiaM asd Llquora i*r 4o BOOTS MAB8HALL a,: 3. fnr. §MM« 0°® JJT IIM. aineas notioes in local oolumR, 15 cU-lrtr Jtae- SSSSSKE '£&**«*»...

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 December 1874

Bismarck* D. T., Dees Tf??»pr THE TBIBUNJt After the first of January the pob lishers^rill in all cases pay the postage Tiubunk therefore those who gpi us two dollars will receive the Ttewtnm one year:post paid. This new arrangement, while, iJ give# the.'Sttbscri bpr the advantage of the twenty cents pWfi year hehas heretofore paid for pos­ tage,'Will reduce our income by the amount paid, but it will be found more convenient for all, and ire shall confc'n upthq custom as long as congress in its tfisdotn will permit it, whether re­ quired to do so or not. 'ft should be remembered that our, terms are in advance, and that in all cases: to mail subscribers, the Tbibds* is discontinued at the end of the time for which it is paid, unless continued as 'A matter of compliment, which is not apt to bo the case, as the publishers, sel­ dom see the list, which is in charge of the proper clerk. The only way that a newspaper can be run successfully is on (foe advance payment principle. Those who ...

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 December 1874

/TJ'HTMIIA" bar raven Bat sot atone to Ike Udabi f*r, t: •betted* chceks of the otrtrlh Steeper utd itM^et^nW^he kl^ Madder, merrier, chillier jtttl ... ss.&Maffii&r' tying her bonnet an^Jh^jjhta, She tied a yoBog maa'awm* within. As, O western wind, do yea think Mr To ptoy snob tricks with her Coatiac hair Jkhl-SUery Vaa*» to* Itette ttmght An hoar ago, vhenjnp beeoogbi Thiseountryjao*tdjrak with y«B,' After the eon had dried the dew. (Copyright Applied For.) THE AMAZptflAN CORPS. A Bonlano^f tXLe M' bit mi1 *'~8, lie respot, them arisen son ta tion the and ot misreprese latter dsys it has eve a man's mental wel may be tivity ties den er.M k7l x\ BT LI IDA W. UHGItH. CHAPTBB III.—TI1S DESERTED H0M8. Contrary to the Lieutenant's belief, the name of Ross Inglebright was not assumed, bat belonged to hitnby right of birth and baptism. He was the only son of a widowed mother. His father hid been a miniaterof the Gospel, and at the opening of the War of the Rebel­ lion was pastor...

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 December 1874

II Mi 1A IMJU ... -I.U'J. tf J9 v, a -id td .wsmmkjk /wD-vicftNft^ ifiisinarok, T.f Dac. 16, •lf' *WAfe 0EPARTIO5IIT. SSgpud Service* U'-8« Bmatrtt of TttwaeAMi A* **P karoim iMlft'l -cy COUKtrRC* *iD .AOMCTimi, .'HBIIiMC, pjUCOtA. IWMIMT. .2 a cash, .OaU.and oxamimf tfheir/goods. *0« *ef ii 9 sr «l O. C' 6£opo?o Aoag fo^aiY a a I -ly»iaA sssess fi«a 1 r* I pofA O099MKI Jay 55 S5 rXuppaiiH si in Dr. B. i\ Slaughter iqft fqr *Xa^kt»n ist S^i^r4& JWairtiriy' lie WiHtake lis seti in the QpuncU ii iH^ry. ooaibs, brushes, &c., nice Hoi&J&y present mt J9tuno Go's drug store.' 2^5 It was generally emarked 'Thursdky' r«e«if»g Hfeat everything sAd tbe that -day^, «pen| lor Writing Bnnarck was. a re44ao^ Aowb latt week. .Sereral men had "heads put on »l«oling (H*eok«r and baAgammon boards, ahesstneo« kc.% at IHmi^ 4 |3o?^? drug StOfO. 21 w5 ^arok «^hri8tOM. mm1 Afcp*#' jtliptMca ^ssovUDent td iMtac| 1(1^5 . 2 *8' I sssssss O:" OS NlO ••fd«€2 sssssss cSSaSSSS ^2 *2:55 a *19}MI0...

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 December 1874

VOL. 2. $S£SS S lin e' AL LEO tail. N Historical Society rffcf ^isnmrch S$rilmin. An Independent New»pftp$r pnbli*ed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. 8CBBCBIFTIOK PBIC* S n., wear TO SUBSCRIBERS* s?j§a sMSssrwttSEjS the plan most satisfactory to the general subscrlDer, •"J m.re c..v_enknt toru..d cr^ot. ,ISgTc"»SJEDO«« per cent, or for each yearly subscription. Bismarek Basinm Direetory. MISCELLANEOUS. WP RT1MARCK TRIBUNE—a lire western news p,pe™»MI,h.d b, the Bleraarok Tribun. Own pany at $2.00 per year. sold, &c TULLOCH—Newspapers, MagastaM and Stationery. OTEARNS 4 LOUIS—House and Sign Painting. .75 10 .#2.00 I Three months ?S 1.251 Single copies Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. Tbaxsieht.—1 square, 1 time, t} AddWonal In a»rtinn SO cts. .each. One-eighth column, 1 time, 2 additional Insertions $1.25. One-fourth colamn^ 1 time, $8.60 additional Insertion. $g0. H»e-hatf column, 1 time, $G ,ddrtional ln«^on. t4. One year, fTO. One-half column, 1 year,...

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 December 1874

ffoie j^jismartk ^ifcnne. Bismarck, D. T.f Deo* 23, 1874* THE DROWNI AND MCXTARTBY. The sad erent chronicled last week,— the drowning in the Missouri River of Deputy U.13. Marshal Clinton J. Miller, and Sheriff Charles H. McCarthy, while attending to official 'duties, is still the absorbing topic of the entire communi­ ty. Every effort has been made that human ingenuity could devise, to re-: cover ther bodies, but: thus far unavail­ ing, and there can be but little hope of success while the river is covered iprith ice. The deceased were both men of good standing in the Community, enjoy­ ing as citizensj a degree of confidence, which placed them in the front rank of positions, where business capacity and integrity were required. The loss of such men would be severely felt, even where society is more fixed, than in a new frontier town, and doubly so where to the official attaches additional res­ ponsibilities when lawlessness oftimes seeks a shelter under the supposed se­ curity of le...

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