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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1874

•bawlt Mma be sweeter, dear* And I *raat mil the foolishheart, JlMAAA^iai #aaA •i."— A Bat Inn And, To trea And will come, MM Into Tbfeel 1 could eon Aod froaafoefc sleep Bat dream (Copyright Applied io*.) TBE AMAZONIAN CORPS. A Romance of the Army. BT LIKDA W. BLAVOmi. CHAPTER IV.—THK AWKWARD SQUAD. The feelings of Ross as.he stood with, his companions at the depot, awaiting the arrival of the train that was to bear him awaj from1 his childhood's borne,* were a mingled chaos of exultatiort and regret. He rejoiced in his new foand freedom, and with a buoyant faith in his untried fortunes, contemplated the journey before.him with a correspond­ ing elation of mind. But, under it all, was a faint chiding of conscience, as the thought obtruded, of his mother's grief when his desertion was discovered, and this, beside the natural sorrow of parting from his loved ones, and shame for the deceit he had practiced upon them, made him restive and uneasy. Pending the time between the enlist­ me...

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 December 1874

8 asso ^imtartk tfritatf. *«fc B§ a a &ISMARCK "AND VICINITY. "Bismarck, B. T., Deo. 58,1874. WAB DEPARTMENT. gr»»i Sefrlw. XJ- 9 S S* -M a B) "S & 5S •A{P{mnH 'ut*W -ft as 66 S £8 -*V -OS at S. A- 'Division or TELROHAMS, AKD UMBTS TOR IISlflT or COKXCICB W® 10IIC01IBE8, BISMARCK, PMOM TItHIIOW. O 25 a T. •5-* THB ©i^2? •c hC'O'O S** SX® 5 2 r5sofcijeo •nr»H *oas 'fcay SB •it|90I»A *n*a '^-a" -fe.jjg a rg •potA J* ao]pdJ$a "3aV •o I &B CQ a ggS§§83 50 Writing desks and stationery at Dunn Cd?Bdr«g store.. 21w5 Mrs. Slaughter has appointed Mr. J2..M. Brown, Jr., Assistant Postmaster, and the »Po»toffice will .be removed this week to Dr. Slaughter's warehouse on lEront Street. Ofeecker .and 'backgammon boards, chessmen,Jbc., at Dunn & Co's drug »3t*re. 21w5 '{The TRIBUNE is now burning coal tittup, the Ft Lincoln coal mine. We jShave no trouble in "warming up." It jfcS rbe&ter .and .cheaper than wood, .and wtoh nore convenient. Try it. *tCT' .2 o. W 33538383 'MFDMOA...

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 December 1874

•sr. -f-r* 4s 5 Tj •:o't' TT VOL. 2. 5 •oBNuraoM HUCII One rear ...,$2.00 IThreennntb*...-.. .TO Hz months.......'.. l.SS |Wn$Ie coplee 10 Subeeriptione payable invariably Jnadranee. ADVERTISING HATES. TauRm.-l square, 1 time, 01 Additional in eartlona, 60- eta each. One-eighth colnaui, 1 time, ft: additional insertion* $1.25. On«-fourth column, 1 «We(, $8.60 additional fneertiMft $^B0. ^®ne"^ Local Lisil nonpareil, or 250 emi of type used, making one square,)one insertion, $l-50 additional tents. The *9*ce TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers finding an following their name« vill underttand that the A. term lor ^which Jhey have paid their subscriptions will expire with toe next number, and unless the subscription Is renewed the paper will be discontinued. This role applies to •U. and is adopted, not because we are afraid to trust our subscribers, but because it is found to be lite plan most satisfactory to the general subscriber, and more convenient for as. Postmasters are authorised to act...

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 December 1874

fyu !intertf ^ixaurtlt fyjikiine. Biamarok, D. T., And oow comes the cheering new* thatthebill to aid ia-the cempfotionQh too Northern Pacific Railroad is not hissed the "forlorn hope" in Con­ gress. RriiablainformatutfrftTrecei ved as stated elsewhere, that dte prospect of its passage is most satisfactory to its firiehda. Thia is, of course, most wel* come intelligence all along the line oj life completed and projected Northern Pacific. The source of this information is such as to warrant tor it the utttto?^ confidence, Gen. Btisery the Chief Bi'm gihieer of the road, baying spent some tithe in Washington as a careful and most discreet Canvasser of the feeling there Upon the'subject. We would no^ tibnalTy "raise anticipations, that liave Dot a reasonable show, tor betng realized, and from the present outlook, ire,!!! common with all others who have taken up their abode^on tbp line of this important national thoroughfare and *.have decided to abide iits fortunes, can' not be charged...

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 December 1874

1 fi CHRISTMAS EVE ,*i«« tbe bWo^Chrtatmas "Good-ai*** rept toto TkM TSoSBSSSESSBBBM- hear "Bow to And t^waa'the reason thatt*o £3"ffi«ath."i!SSSX, S»».'1 h»db«».(Kike.bj eithertUth.0, "Why There •,* #*i fi fJ «.«tha reason that two little neaaa rtfctclWfW no, brottaFWfllie^ a ffiefrVoice replw*, "Pre tried it in Taip, bat I can't shat mjeyes For somehow, it makes ate so sorry because Dear papa has said.there i» no "8anta Claus.' Now we know there if, and, It cant be denied, For he came every year before mamma died But then, I've bten thinking that die used to pray, And God would hear every iMdgtnamma would-iay, And perhaps she asked him to send Santa Claus here, With the sacks full of presents he brought elrery year." ... .. "Wellf*!# tara't we pay dest as raamwa did men, And ask him to send him*ith presents adqpfs ••I've bt^q thinking sp/tq©." Aajfl withdut a, m'6rew 7* Four little bare feet bonded eut on the floor, Andfonrlittle knees thwft carpet pret*eA, And two tiny hands were...

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 December 1874

-i.-- ..fK ft Id E if ~«lo If il0 •L "H BISMARCK AND :, D. T.f Deo. 30,1874. WAR. PEPARTMkWT. SiTTlO*' __ ___. a Aim **PO*T8 FOR 1 rj 1 Moag jo uny Jl -g« t£ •Xtja°i»A 'H«a 1 "jetoaKUva u«3K 28 t-Soo^co SS35S fi^s The question of a municipal govern­ ment is being agitated by some of its •friends in this quiet village just now. It tnay be for the beat, bat irlikely to Jffove rather .expensive. Pocket eutlery, comb«, bwishes, Ac »*teefloHid*y presents, at Ounn & Co spteBOKi assortment tTjJi, Ii _r \i^ It si&Si&i 1 ii 3S S in «. •ur»H §*5iSS2 9 fe s. Si S sa J2 SJtS52S§ palAJJ ao)^3Jia '*AV SBZ ii •XjlPirawH u«»K £-°.l 85 a 00 gsssoss 24! §2 3 5?" 5 •je^eaiomjeH io oc cc oft aOK 00* CD •s & il (I ®"5 K? 2« 5«11 St3 •sis^cs 5.2 ^HfcWBoSH HghMt temperature, Lowest temperature, 82* -24* fcrrt^. X22S. *?.£ sssft in-ss^-*« MKpast Bevea o'clock. New Year'# cards printed to order at tthort notice. Sterescopic views and —a beau- lenses Hfal christtnas present, at Dunn Q*~? dreg...

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. — 6 January 1875

VOL. 2 J^jif ^tHttuircIt ^rfliiMif. MUfefutatltoqapir (MM to THE BBSMABdK TRIBUHE CO. JAMES E rail. J• •CBMBIFVHM nioit __ M.» |Throesa«otha...... ljslstofkcop^ Subscription* payable fanri^blyin advanoe. ADVERTISING ItATRI.,. T»A*ii**T.—1 square, JJSL^JSfS^iLab sertlons, 50 cU. eaeh. 0»«l|W» $g a|Stlonal insertions OnMogrth l«bS!$S.« additionalinsertionsf*M. eoleMtolitme, $6 additional tasertfonrf*. °ne eolaipo, ltime, $10^ additional iMertkn«J«^ CoavKAcr Eateb.—One square 1 jtar, f®* dwiSVoiw, 1I»'. ,inL*:it of the advertisement. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers finding an following thelrnamM will understand that the .A. isr. w.r,iput term '°J .*h^u SSpun mo^t^ctofy^S^nernl briber. &nd nor6 convcni^Dt (or tt8« ._«_ Postmasters are authorised to act our agen1Is, retaining a eommiaiiton of 12* per cent-—«r ftcenta for each yearly subscription. SsnMreTBiisiness Birwtery. Advertisements inserted or lew, per annum, 5.00 additional lines at MISCELLANEOUS. rnHK BISMARCK TRIBUNE—a lire west...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 January 1875

Bismarck, D. T.y Oar "chief has bad along interview witb Geo. Roue*. The pending Pacific Maijl inT^tigation is intended by those itiUin^WUt, to defeat the Northern Pacific -bittf whichr-far Ibft strongest measure in .the lobby»f' but iti$not, likely: to developed anything taorei than a general Stock jobbing ittaif. Of:the eigtii hundredthousande^e^ed^[6?,# one hundred thousand seems. ,.to'(.beve been tracfed .to CoU King* Tbt I Col'S' friends, however, allegethfcttWs wis his share in the pool, tjijs ravestiga tion has delayed NorthWli/ Pacific af­ fairs* Tom Scott has surrendered to the Northern Pacific, and the combination to put our bill through is affroiig onei still something may turn, ijp- to defeat the whole thing. There was a disposition to investigate N. P. matters, which wouldtiave result­ ed in delay,, and possibly defeat because of delay, but danger in thsit direction is passed. It is difficult to estimate the chances for the extinguishment of the title to the Black Hills...

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. — 6 January 1875

Sfes SS mwSI •iSsSSsS^* 3«©B& Beaounda therea] "MS Atvijilroslt to pi )hnrerankasdtR We herdd the a^d^honr, V^mWImlodftXttSSaSfc Resounds the reaper*' sang: «We come to bufldtWeaitHjn'e htope. To slay the gl»t Wrong.* Let every heart snd heo^ enile,, In the benignant plan. The noble purpose, Just aad ri^tK To aid oar fellow man.1 from Mainr to California* elope, Besounds the reaper'* aongt 41 We come to build tie nation's hope, aT^T*"y (Copyright Applied For.) T&E AMjtzoirrAir CORPS. ABomanoeOfthe Army. «r lx*AA v» fctAOOrirae* CHAPTER VI.—THE MILITARF POST* Fort Orvza was small, compactly the 71st regiment of Infantry,, and was garrisoned by four companies fortified iv 1 apd neatly pebbted wiflks te^ffbm the parade by a deep ditch, Waxe laid out in front-of th*, buildings. fiTpafade ground'inia ^rfect level, Grossed by one A nfthfoti df enclosure was likewise set the officers* dogs, and upon these "pampered foi^the purpose of attending to the de- skirts gluttonour lions,,th...

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. — 6 January 1875

!SPS^B5ff=St=5^5$R5 iJL Biamarok,D. Tn Jaa* 8, 1875. SirriMi'- 8* A* flmnoi ar nuMtiOi a» mww aaimt 4f comuci A*» ItWltM, pAlOTl mUTOM, e, E• V5 |f Is SO •ui*H «oag i« -fay •X«aopA *n«f '49)»aoau0(l u*»K 3 'sggsssA aonVeev 7T~ TTT a«»N ssgssss I l»illl« Highest temperature, IS® Lowest temperature, Services at the Piwsbyteriaa Chursh in the morn­ ing at half rua* 10 o'clock, in the evening at half pttt seven. Ptayer reeling en Thursday evening at leven o'clock. "Modoc" is happy—it's a hoy—New Year's day. Bismarck is increasing in population, —rfpyr birth* in town last week. Geo. P. Flannery has received the YtppoinUueut of -Deputy U. S. Attorney for Bismarck. Frank Probert, the well known ,.i -it E pluribus Erin, unum go saurkraut. That may not have^een the words used, as^our 1 knowledge 6f the Indian dialect is limited,—but the Indian music and dapcej|a feont of Raymond's on New Y«wV4iy^ was "ouMy for high." 'Bismtrii is a,good ways north, but is not the, €Qide8t place in the world....

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. — 13 January 1875

VOL. THE ins »OT BisMAitci cts. Wl. jgjjfliE& 12 additional Insertions *1,85. «.ne-rounr coltrom, ltim*, %!, addition*! b**1*?1!£' co^mn,l ^r.i200i square,)°ne Insertion, 1.60, additionalinfenjOMgMr pint a The space occupied by displayed WWW Si» solid jfcyp* ofthp size u-d ****&! of the advertisement. .t- .'r!-: v.:^' —l TO"SUBSCRIBERS* SUBSCRIBERS IA« FT8^J«G«G lisssss# •lassssfiSKAi, retaining a for eacli YW'V coifirtigdort of Wiper cent.-or cento SUL«c*IpMon Bismarck Business Ji *atei MXS&&t.LA&&PVS\ pany at 43.00 per year W. RAYMOND & CO., Bayers, eJ iowea o» time deposits, Bjcchapge bought and sold, &c. j^EAL & "PETERSON, Gun atid Lock Smiths. ["AME5 DOUGLAS. & CO.—Heavy and Shelf I Hardware, Tinmire,AC. ECKFORDGent'* TOGand .,•) -& RYAN, JleixhMt TaHorfc ««U»- Furnlsblmg Goods, JpsFORgt'ER—Kestaurft^. or weak, fresh Oysters, Ac. TT7 H. .STIMPSON-rrBocks, Stationery, ^WjJS* W.«- papers, Magazines, &c. "AMES TULLOCII—Newspapers, Ma...

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. — 13 January 1875

^ifttttardt ^iknn* Bismarck, D.T., 'A OOOD TIME TO UfAKJB fldF. The Republican tfkttftik nowMhO best opportunity Khat has ever been of­ fered it, to proye its real stwlKfcafi^, capacity, as a national party, it has the vfrell established reputation of being a party of progressive' ideas, wfltT in elasticity of both |policy and principle that enables itj to keep pace with the demands of intelligent progress, awl give aid to such enterprises as will ben­ efit labor and enhance the value of cap­ ital. The Democratic party, on the other hapd, long sincef placed itself up­ on record by its resolutions in convenr tions, by its votes in Legislative assem­ blies, and by its acts everywhere, as op­ posed to all schemes And now the momentous question arises, at a time when general depress­ ion prevails throughout the avenues of business, and laborers stand everywhere at the corners of the streets with folded hands because no one will hire them, whether the party of traditional nerve and intel...

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. — 13 January 1875

1m Hi* jOMSSLbiJt^bSSi. Sl^pSK^riS&bSS to* «otf Mo wocfc to lire him—neat tblnj What did he d&'of. ifr? C^anyonel A lit, did they Htart Dont ite& know dli^r^t, ,^,wl*nMoa*ie». udm, jiey«lrttW tiereoVtfoitand- Laud*aili a~dtA»t!'4mL tfiat's whatthedoroner said— SCOOPED wpi whaprt 4* thing IDhfchead. Money? One* not, sir. Why he hadnH enough Tof*yft$tlfc*otoin the aod, of thertuff. Friends, did youasicf' Oh, yes! sometime or other, Beckon, of coprse,. the boy once hnd mother. Bather rough on him, ptrd .but whore's to end. When you're panned out of cash, *n* can* count onn friend? Down to the calaboose—that's where they took hta Good enough place, when man's moneys forsooic him. you see that express at the eoro- for no hearse, nor no mourners.. Well, stranger, you're got me! Can pray, if you Bather late In (he day, when a man's dead and still, gtrikes me that it don't count, to this, under my of him—stranger, that's played li'"ft Me,nr &eg pardon. Bat, it strikes one as...

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. — 13 January 1875

IYTHAOOM 5 5 S 1 |s. So £s a. 1 an «H BELKJAHQ TJismarct, D. T.rJaa. 43y -ibli 'pAKC f* V-'- 2 W •M •ao fc» j-fri.teiv iji «Jr. t* .... lit .-• i"Kw r(U3'5 c- i:tr.v." "i BIVISIO* OF TELBOBAMS, AX® BKFOM8 FOR TUB BIRCFIT OF COVMBKCI AKD AGRICULTURE, 1,1 .1 3S .•S5 SS •U|»H *°ag «r*y aa jfj CD S oc d" -2 s« 8gss§iis •XnaoiaA. ^n*« •O K5 »0 iffl 3«5P W cfr« 1-J O tC ltt 4^ Ift t» t9itOr.SOjt- XiSPimnH UBSTC {•japmoau^qx }V uwK 1 1 «M g,, a ..8 1 A Highest temperature i5» Lowest terapefatwk, -84? Mean Barometer, 28.980...: Mean Thermometer, 15.451. Mean Humidityf( 57.59. IHcHaA BaWmMer, 30Ml. S O) SSSSSS^. S'7S^'|2^ (M CO Eliipf BWK Jt h» C4 CO so se 0) j*. 2^52 a ^£f3£o§c2{S ••. MjontUy Smontfrry. |Oft M«^TH 0^ DEttfeMlKj, 18W 1 Lowest Ba^onoeter, 29,389. Rfcdibertff (HouSy Days, S. Number of Days on which Ra'iii .or Spow fell, li. Greatest c^aily range of Temperature, 3F. L^ast daily range or Tempearture, 5^ Highest temperature, 48*. Lowest Temperature,—29°. Tbtyl Amount of Melted Sn...

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. — 20 January 1875

I rr to -. *io ovrraa VOL. 2. $h and StiARNd TJOniiU *?)*')t f:f fir« Led :i8 JT/I *i ifi .urfr: :. f.t.r v\ itfWffWi: ilif !i I in lo4ep«^J^*IP«'-'^¥SlW:.. THE BISHUUJK TIMBWIfB 00. StIBBCBirrWR I!MC»» tljoe I three One year. 1 time, 93.60 additional column, 1 time, column,! time, COMTRACT 1 *t!& ifeflgr Jj: •loess notlcfei in local .75 H4f]&EEE,""i'r-' Six months. 1.J54 *w I S'm Subscriptions py*bte ftjVirftMytt adfanee. ntwB«imiti *10 c5^^'per sines otice! In special noUce columb, 11:80 cents. The space occupW by.toW^glfJg be measured as solid type of the nie ttiea W W'W° of the advertisement* ,, fro SOTS CRlBEItS the paper will be discontinued. This Postmasters are authorited to act a* our Mentt, retaining a commission of 121 per cent. for each Yearly, subscription. pany Bisuarek Buspss Bireetory.. Advertisements ioifitff'l aiider this hwd»tw"®* Ittl6 CELL AltSOUS at 12.00 Rer year W. RAYMOND A CO., fj lowed oa time deports, Exchange bought and Sold, Ac. j^jBAL PBTBRSON,...

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. — 20 January 1875

fflte l^istnarck Bismarck, D« T., Jan. 2D, 1875* The TRIBUNE, this week, so far as news is concerned, is much like a scrap book—no telegraph, for the wires are down, and down at the time, when peo­ ple are: anxious to know what is going on in the States,—who is elected Sena­ tor from Minnesota,—how thti Louisiana trouble terminated, etc. no mail for nearly two weeks, and the news con­ tained in the one just 'arrived has al­ ready been.published. We cannot make a muttpaper when news cannot be had. A city government for Bismarck, with Hackett as Mayor, is good. We confess our ignorance of Dakota"style," and acknowledge that uits peculiar.'' .We have always supposed that the Mayor of any city was elected by the people but we are mistaken the Dako­ ta legislature saves us that trouble, and appoints one! Its all very nice, but, seriously, when the citizens of Bis­ marck want a city charter, they will petition for it in due form, and will want something to say as to who shall be Mayor, et...

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. — 20 January 1875

'1? HmvMU S'ignitary two late and This su un dStemtsona ss3Ksstei(Wswsl£ ^•KSMRSBXRSB® quently appeared* bm f*r ^tbojpeater Ja*t of his tiifle in ibfct' unfnearfnt ^r£san&tss?st resentment j^ward, Bass on account of their recent fcbmbavbe'approaehed aim in a friendly spirit, apA praoeeded to do the honors of theptaM,' by produc­ ing a greasy deck of ca*$f* «m inviting Ross to play. After some hesitation,Ross consented, apck was soon initiated in t^o ,mya|eriM ofthe popular gameOf poker, in which he ioon 'dre^layed shen aptness of learn­ ing, as to even distance his instructor. The guardhouse wa§ a large log building, of three rooms. In the front one^ihe guard held daily and nightly Yigil. 5&e middle one in,' whiab Ross and hia hew'fr iefld' were seated* was th^ common eating and sleeping room of the prisoners, their,mealsjieonil^ting of the le^yings of, the company dinners, 1M Jrlwrf' to by, the 4are floor furbished tbem tfedind bed­ ding. The third' x:oom was Che prison, an...

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. — 20 January 1875

S PB US •s ce SS fifl vj si m*H •ftlPimtiH a«9N SI OS ia)3taooMdq araft O 2: 0 1 cs Dftst F«!^y of, each le»t H4 Bisma^k^ $teix8Pf:3#75. iV s 0/41 !fctlf '?b:H.v-\ pAioTi nttirm .. ird MOU3 io *|aiv tf 00 00 W5 C5 Sffi«?7777 «sc»o-3*r •j9)WM«a 5" iTg *f rfj" ^.•'EAag! 515 t« si JS Highest temperature ,° Lowest U»p«mtnre, -84° Services at t£e Presbyterian Cfouirck in th$ mgro ithrif pait 10 o'clock, iitthe, e«?epin« ,at h»» mvmL ft ayer meeting Thursday ?v*alng at ierea o'efocfe/' •'.. Its paid. Arid*they'paid like men. But they won't doiany more jpking. r. 1 I I: ^T- paid it, arid had twenty-flye cents left, over which they "smiled." .. iilv: I- .if" If you wi§li to prevent catch­ ing cold, bujT a- Medicated Breast Protector at Xtcliolson & Porter's Drqg Storp. 27w2 .S W^pyei been requested by friends of the late £harles McCarthy,to correct an error made' in the notice of his death* that he left a family. It seems that he w^,.peveif married, as we w^re led to hi jtal Go to Appi^...

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. — 27 January 1875

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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. — 27 January 1875

Bismarck, D. T., Janv Sff, with The Pembina bill will undoubtedly pass, ancf from the present outlook Bis­ marck will be made the Capital of the new^Perritory. Though named in the bill asthd Capital, Bismarck must not be, top confident.: Astroug effort will be made to amend in the.. House by striking out Bismarck and inserting, Fargo. A strong lobby will be on the, ground to accomplish that result. Our friends in Congrees have been appealed to and they will stand by us. Themuch cursed Puget Sound Company, which has several strong friends in (Congress, can also be relied upon, and the North­ ern Pacific people also to do -all they can to help us. Should 'the bill be finally so amended as to leave it for the Governor to determine «.the location of the Capital, still we may hope, for'a friend of Bismarek will undoubtedly be anointed Governor. Wete the ques­ tion, submitted to a vote of the Territory to-day we should fail, for the ..Red River Valley can outvote us two to one but that Va...

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