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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

*p i- Stie Jismorck Srilmtte. BY STANLEY HUNTLEY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WEKKLT, One Year, ,r,., $350 Six Months, 1 50 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time1$1 subsequent insertions, 50cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per foliofor each (subsequent insertion. Contract RateB.—One inch. three months, $5 ii", inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches. $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per" line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. DEMOCRATIC TICK.JET. COUNTY. Delegate to Congress. BARTLETT TRIPP. Territorial Council, BENJAMIN F. SLAUGHTER. House of Representatives, JAMES A. EMMONS. District Attorney. JOHN A. STOYELL. Sheriff, ALEXANDER McKENZIE. Treasurer, W. B. WATSON. Register ofDeedB, JOHN H. RICH...

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. — 30 October 1878

FOR TWENTY-WIVE YEARS. gllver.Weddlnj of the Rev. mnd Mrs. 1 3. W. Jackson. 'SfT* Saturday evening the chaplain's quar 'trrs at Fort Lincoln were filled by the of­ ficers of the post and their families who ealled to congratulate the Rev. and Mrs. John Walker Jackson upon the celebra­ tion of the 25th anniversary of their wed ding. The Rev. gentleman was appointed chaplain in March 1877, and assigned to Fort Lincoln, and to the popularity of himself and good wife, among those with whom their duties and social inclinations have thrown them in contact, are to be at­ tributed the pleasant assemblage and hearty well-wishes that will surround Sat urdav evening with cheerful reminiscences until the golden wedding comes around. Among those who attended were the commanding officer of the post, Col. Crof lon and wife Mrs. Gen. Slurgis and Miss Sturgis Col. and Mrs. Benteen Lieuten­ ant Walker, Mrs. Col. Baker, Capt. Baker, Mrs. Major Carland, Lieutenants Sharp, Ingalls, Carrow and Bell Miss "...

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. — 30 October 1878

KT -A Mm lift Mm lift mm 1 BytheStlIe.lt! ^lt "Ah, sweet!" 'said I. The sun dropped low, And filled the went with .passing splendor. She lingered as if loth to go, Blessing th *. hills with kisses tender. Too sweet she was! Flowers hung their Itf&ds As if to do the maiden honor The little violets, from their btde, With timid blue eyes, gazted upon her. PIANOS! 96 f2a«t Third St. PIANOS Cream Powder nD DD IPC UK. US $ Lil/ 1.1 ywfwL :l V.U- .-• ,• So fair, wit.hPan ethereal grace, With eyes line stare of midnight burning The perfect beauty of her face Had filed mv heart with secret yearning. I loved her, yet I dare not tsll As the stile we stood, belated? Her words would make my heaven or hell— What wonder that I longed and waited? One little star peeped from the sky, And winked at us with visage wrinkled, As if ro say: *tfow! On the sly I" And at my hesitation twinkled. She leaned to me across the stile— could the heart of man resist her? I paused a very little while. And then I...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

'J, i$4jL r«! j^ I B/1.VH8. MERCHANTS BANK.OF BISMARCK WALTKHMAHM, Prest. W. R. MEKKIAM, Vice Proa. Oao. II. FAIBCHUJ), Cashier. CorrespoodenU—American Exchange National ink, Mew York Merchant* National Bank, tit. Bank, Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK. S.W. RAYMOND, Prest. W. B. BULL, Cash. A srcneral banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on time deposits. Collection* prompt ly attended to. GEO. P. FLANNERT. 'R J. K. ^ethbbbt. TTiLANlf ERY°r&'^'WBTHBBBY Attorneys. J? West Main Street. PRESTON & WILLIAMS—{D. O. Preston, A. Will jama.) Jftain Street. ANBURY A. D. PBATT. GRAYOUT.Commercial A PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. paper bought. 73mo DJustice AVID STEWART- Attorney at Law and City 76tf "OHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth street. JOHN E. SiRLAND, Attorney at Law, and Couniy Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And U. S. Examining Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTGR H. R. PORTER. Offioe and Residence nex...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

,*** -V-S It fe-vO* I|)e$i0marclt®rUmtte. =r= BISMARCK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. SO, 1878. MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge ?fo, ISO, A.K A A. H, are held In their hall on the drat and third mondays of each month at 7 i. m. Brothers in good 'landing are cordially in­ vited. JOHN DAVIDSON, W.M. K- If. COREY, 8ec.? I.O.O.F The regular Meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. Ft, arc held in Maaonic Hall every Tues day. Brother* in good standing are cordially in viwd. SIQ HANAUER, N. G. E. O. BOSTWICK, R. Sec. BELIGIOIJH SERVICES. At the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath even ing commencing at 7:80 o'clock. Sftbbath School immediately after moraine service Prayer meet­ ing every Thmrsday evening. Rev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and fro*n the east ar­ rive daily, except Monday, at 7 a. m. Depart daily except Saturday at 7 p. m. Leave for Forts Stephenson, B^rthold and Bu f*d and the Tong...

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. — 4 November 1878

\Kvt "W* •W it IT .•* v# 5^3® -X. &' S ?^si ISH fl! vol. VI. K' sf'V ®$= &*. A RIGHT ROYAL RIVER REVENUE. f-#S.b 1 "M :-^\Jr WHAT BTSJtfAHCK HAS DONE K\ ~VV*".. ij&UiliyG THE SEASON.fr'j'4. b^ikM*''*. 1 *Vs Sj!' it ti 4 •V A SPLENDID SHOWIXO. 'I With the arrival ot the Steamer Batche 1 or, due to-morrow, steainboating between Bismarck and Fort Benton will* close for 'thi3 season. The Steamers -McLeod, Eclipse and G-en'l Slierman have all ar­ rivedsince the last issue of THE TRIBUNE. The Sherman received drders to leturn to Buford and give up the wild goose chase after the much talked of Cheyennes. With that job finished she returned to Bimarck. The boating season has bean an excep­ tionally good one. There has been a large freighting business, the continued im­ provement of the Missouri at Dauphin Rapids, Cow Island and Grand .Island, a survey of the Yellowstone from Fort Buford to Fort Keogh, arid the construc­ tion of ways at Bismarck. A "new depar­ ture" has been inau...

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. — 4 November 1878

mssmM pi V'l"' iJH ••Itfffll# fk ».•• *'"f" lllli lip® I i£i,•/,• fviCV 4 i( i.-ii fS Vt 4 1* 4 In Harvest Time. 1 iatone morniiifj in the little lane,'*f, Under a canopy of bramble leaves: I watched the reapers on the heavy wain file high, with cheerful toil, the golden ^il6&V6S* The eager little children stood around, With tiny harvest-gleanings of the corn Vnder their arms, sheafwise, with poppies bound, Their mimic labor all the merry- morn. I watched the slow-drawn, bounteous load depart,': -j' '1 The children following down the shady lane And left alone, I asked my empty heart, ', "Where are the gathered sheaves of ripen ened grain? W a But my dumb heart no answer had for me. 1 'Mtwi ii-.? „*i "Heart,"said I further, "there was good seed sown Deep in the furrows ere last winter's snow ,v• And in the springtime tender airs Were blown Across thee, and God gave thee Bummer's glow Where is thy harvest of good things and true, The fruit of this thy ground which God hath tilled,...

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. — 4 November 1878

•f: '4- IF- W fH ":8t! 1 1 MERCHANTS BANKiOFBISMARCK WhmrMami.Preat. W. B, Mkkriam,Vice Pros. Qko. n. fl jgP', Faibobild, JOHN I' & Cashier. Correspondent*—American Exchange National Tfanfc, Mew York Merebantt National Bank, St. FanL BANK OF BISMARCK. J.W. Haymow), Preat. W. B. Bnx, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on time deposits. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. GSO. P. PLAHKBBT. J.K.WSTHBBBT. ^'VeTHERBY—Attorneys. JD West Main Street. PRESTON & WILLIAMS—(D. O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) Jjjain Street. ANSLST GHAT. A. D. PBW* f1 BAY PBATT—Counsellors at Law. Money VX to loan. Commercial paper bought. 73m6 DJustice AVID STBWABT-Attorney atLaw andCIty ___ 76tf A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And U. S. RKamiriing Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTGRH. R. PORTER. Office and Besidence next to the Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 4 November 1878

JlPlP 36#?® '&H fe?VC"' fcW IV KJ. 1^ sr. »-fc& 'Jf. BY STANLEY HUJNTLEY. f$=' SUBSCRIPTION KATES: WEEKLY, One Year, $2 50 Six Months, 150 i-S .Three Month* -a-.# TO £*&&} ''ADVERTISING SATES: Transient.-^One ipch, oiie tiihe' $1 subsequent insertions, 50 centa: additional lines, nonpareil, at eaiae rate- Legal Notices.—Seventy-five jcents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for cacli rubfequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One inch, three months, $5 S'^i incben three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $2* 20inches, $50.- ProfessionaLcards, four.lineq or less, per an­ num. $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line e&ch insertion. v^tk/l Original poetry,,$1 per line. All billaVfor Advertising will bo collccted •monthly. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. COCNTT. Delegate to.Congress. vv! ,, rJ BARTLETT TRIPP. Territorial Council, .BENJAMIN F.^SLAUGHTER.! House of Representatives, ANSLEY GJSAY. 'District Attorney.- JOHN A. STOYELL. ...

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. — 4 November 1878

tf •'jl '^1* 1 THE. COKMUES CHEfESNES. "J TtZEY EXPEHI EX CE THE MS COMFORTS OX* DEFEAT.*- A' Terrible Storm Tisits theoCamp, and Victors, and T^qni^ed Snfer Alike--Hunsrer Attttclis the Party And There is TraablevAli Arcraard— Jle.wg From the Brave Seventh Cavalry. ., JI -ft A letter from TOT TRIBUNE'S correspon dent "with..the Seventh Cavalry, under date of October 27th, reports the regiment camped on Ash Creek, He brasks a»d: the men*plodding around in four inches of snow with their summer clothes. The writer' describes the clothes •.. ie worn out and the men suffering severe ly. The night before, twenty-two men ia Lieut. Wallace's company of thirty-three were frost bitten, principally in the feet. Lieut. Edgerly's company reported lour victims, and so on, the writer supposes, throughout the regiment. These unfortu­ nate men have few blankets, fewer stock­ ings, and no fuitable tents. The soldiers bear their hardships cheerfully, and only anticipate a continuance of what they hav...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 4 November 1878

IslllppKppSI MmM l«v cf&s- tte |&fcr inr Is?® $ & 1-7 en 'mti gfc Ste:j .Jfe V. R-V-rtV BadsTHB :HEAI,TH ^rvv 'OF:/l.*HB ABHI. The ttnwiiA.1 report of Surgeon -General Barnes, of the United States army, has been A submitted to the Becretaiy employes, .of vtr. It,shows that there were disbursed dnring.the year, for medical and hospital supplies, ^4*».001.10 exrenses of purveying depots, $5,657.23 pay of $35,303.73 medical attend- ance, nursing, etc., $7,471.81 miscellaneous expenses, $6,111.16* total, $100*545.03, bal $s| June 30, 1878, $99,988.67. The great er part of this balance hassince been dis bcissd, and the remainder /will be required in fulfilling contracts made before June 30. There were furnished during the year tighty three artificial limbs to disabled soldiers, •while 1,700 drew commutation for the same. The monthly reports of siijk and wounded represents an average mean strength of the^ army of 20,794 white and 1,895 colored troops, the total number of death...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 4 November 1878

fwJt f- Vi:t3% 4. 1 I 14 Ci Sinroosed Yislt of a Head Mother to Her Child, Eltaabetb, N. J., Herald. Is' A rather qaeer story is told, aqp can be Touched for, by Over a dozen persons in Springfield. It appears, about three years ago, a yonng man living in Summit Gounty got married, and in due time ius •wife gave birth to a child, which was a girl. When the child was about one year old its mother died. About five! months later tlfc joung widower became lonely'and took unto himself another wife. Put, before doing so, he took all his first wife's clothing, packed it in a trunk, locked it up and allowed no one to Have charge of the key but himself. Among the clothing put away, was her wedding shawl and -a pillow his wife made for her first-born, and also some toys she had bought just before she died. Then he brought home wife No. 2, who, it is said, made as good a mother as the average stepmothers do. Things went on lovely till one night last week, when there was a party at the next nei...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 4 November 1878

2W|^ llSiSF liPffe'^ JF &* 1^ -?.?• I#.. 'f ft *7? IX ff L.' :*r 'T .Jlt fi ®rSf#-5 %4 2 h,'t **»& %z fffe 1, «. ffetyfa-S C& -#pt WWihgif^. Sfje ii5ittarck®ribttne BISMARCK, MONDAY, NOV. 4,1878. ®asonic- ,! xbe regularcoihmumcationH of Bismarck Lodge a No. 120, A. V. JiBls Jb A. M., arc hcld in their liall on -1 tte first nud third mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brotkers^u good «lauding ure e«rdiallyiu- 1 ». Ii\nv HAA/ll\k2/l\r 1U Af vited. JE. N. COREY, See. JOI1N DAVIDSON, W. M. I.O.O .F. egular mee I. O. O. P., arc heldin Masonic Hall every Tues dav. Brothers hi I'uetor. cood standing are cordially vited. Sit* IIASAUSiK, ii. O- BOSTWlCK, R. Sec. K. G. IJEILIGXOUS SERVICER. At the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every {sabbath even ng commencing at 7:!i0 o'clock. Sabonth School immediately after moraias service. Prayer meet­ ing every Tamrsday evening, lie v. I..O. sloan, Arrival tintl Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific- to and from...

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. — 11 November 1878

vol VI. S1®? k"" '«r 'm 5 pi .-•& p-*-' ssS*' 4 Ofa iMI yd -^rura'ciJi THE VOTERS AND THE VICTIMS. SHWV/M? &•«•..{. fi v/,*J4lr v-xti. j£, RETURNS AS EARAB COMPLETEM h» H'iiMf JPJBOJT ALL PARTS. Btaiett Elected by a Mmall Majority •.The Republic** States Held Their Own, While the Deaaeeiraey GBIB XM«Dy»TuuB«nj Whipped in Hew f^r«k General Political *Wfc THE TERRITORY. BURLEIGH COUNTT. W I ,. iBurleigh county went for Tripp about 327 majority. There were nearly eight hundred votes polled, the largest in the I county's history. The county polls in this I city registered 626 votes, Tripp's majori tj in the city was 267. Bennett received 182 votes. Beaver Creek, Painted Woods and Seventeenth Siding gave Tripp ma­ jorities, and Apple Cieek gave Bennett a majority. Stoyell received in the city 457 votes and Francis "157. His majority is nearly four hundred. As far as heard from Woodruff got six votes. Macni der received 515 votes in the city and Slaughter 118. Macnider's majority ...

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. — 11 November 1878

A THE TWIH BRACELETS. Tke Story o« H»ppy Dlirovry, I will not threaten you, Hilton. Years ago I made my will, and you will be heir. I shall not alter one line of that document, because I will not bribe you to mv will, or even to be an honoiabie manr You -may-marry~whom yotrwiil |,mj|v-,de^ |^iv wishes in every way, and loke my love ana my respect, but the fiiure, told that, hia-uncle had well cal-ri jculate^^th% eff^j^WA^rdf^^Tr^lyf: with his §#e»«jibls sensitive, mouth, his broad white brow, he lookout little like a man to Be bribed, but it was* a* easy to3!&& doufd Be^Tilecl'bly T*his aff&trp&s^Wh.^fi'e spok^blS voiceJ tlDo ypS%j!M», t^ucjp. that I shall lose yoiir loyts aj 4 respect il I inar ly Ada ^ns-v* «»Or any Other woman who is absolute­ ly nobody 3 WhWdd^foPlcnow of her?"' "OnJy .'that.she isftbe lovtfestjl noblest. woman evtr saw. v:lf yo.u kne$ her you. would loyehej." i,uif&•<, !& "Yes—yi s: but I mean, what do yon know of her family?''' "Only...

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. — 11 November 1878

$ l(f "*HE GHOULS XrtnMUtr |Keokak8peciaI {tiov. 3) to Chiax6'-^Smes:l Last nigbt A. Mackej, a stndeutat. tfee fv: medical oollegefintbisraty, jfcaS arreefedbere: 4^ on tti&chiiige of- -bod^isiiatehiiiiij' n'^-'Bcai rjpcon, a station of the Keokuk and Des Moines «division of the Ghic^o,'Bock Istatid'&rPa oifio railroad. On yesterdix riormng Owen O'Haren, of Beacon, arrived in the city, -and from him was ^earnedr the circumstances which led-to the afrest.' II seenis tint ibbnt the 1st of. October Mackeyptook totho,depot at Beacon $o£ sliipm^t jalbarrer said -to Con­ tain pickled pork. Chi the 29th another pack^e«iipafor-to^he first. was .shipped by the same-party.''—JT^be agent' suspected" that the packages did. not contain what they ^ere claimedto^andconcluded $d' Jteepi aisharp lookout. At a very early hoar on Thursday morning, before daylight, two" coalfoir Bar­ rels wdre leftf-on the-depot platform5 at ~Beq con, claimed by Mackey, and, under brra1di­ rection,.shipped. .to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 11 November 1878

•P 5 9i)( $i$marcli 8ribune. 'BY STANLEY HUNTLEY. _] SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WX*XI.T, One. Yewy ^5 Six Months, »?2{ 1 •4!!sk-i Three Months -v:.\y ADVKRTISING RATE8: Transient.—One inch, ®J one time' $1 •ubsequent Insertions, SO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, 8tLeSl NoSces.—Seventy-fire cents perfolio for. first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for cach ""contweV^tosSoie inch, 2*4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, |l«i inches, S9B: 9D inches, $50. __ Professional .cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.60. Local Imsiness notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. AU bills for Advertising will be monthly. IK collected BISMARCK, MONDAY, HOY. 11, 1678. THE Democracy of the Territoiy will please tally one for the Upper Missouri district Minnesota, the question is whether Minneapolis or St. Paul was elected to congress. Fos sale: A half interest in a number of bets made by the editor of THBTBI BTOE on Bartlett Tripp. Hereafter...

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. — 11 November 1878

A VERT VENTURESOME VOYAGE !TA«s» ,!i''(V SMOJENBJEn. XXPxsriekcb OF 42MM&& JPAMTY AT TMMS JPABH. Plenty of Fan and Iots of Game, But AIM Plenty of Cold and IiOts of In dians—A Bald on the Camp—A Pros pective View of the Yellowstone— A Night'* Sleep on the Cnater Bat tie Field. A BOUGH JOUKNBT. J. H. Shoenberger, Jr., of Dulnth, and 'Philadelphia, arrived on the steamer Batchelor from a perilous trip through the Yellowstone country. Mr. S. was on a business exploration, and fib found it full of business to get through in some instan­ ces. He left Bismarck four months ago with two companions, Theodore Shoen­ berger and August Rabien. Their outfit was a wagon, three mules and camping material. They moved directly across the country to Fort Keogh, and then up the Yellowstone to Bozeman and- the Nation­ al Park. Mr. Shoenberger (reports the Yellowstone valley a magnificent grazing country, with hard wood scarce. For sheep and cattle it is one of the best countries in the world. F...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 11 November 1878

TELE liOYK STORY OF A HPBDJEBEB. Tel& byHinymWonJhe Day Qoina to the Gallows, fKansais ity Special to dud on Bichard hlofio $mei.1 N gallop inHir- tfaonville. t*-d|y for an itrocious? murder. Be met his4ii&ini On the highway in Bates county, in this State, on the, 26th day of August iast. Henderson Clark was a drover wag driving a herd of cattle to the near­ est shipping point. The men had never met before, bnt for companionship they rode to­ gether. The murderer's sole object jvssrdb-i berv. The Times correspondent visited the condemned man yesterday and found him quietly reading a paper in his cell. "Where did you meet Clark?" I asked, if "I.^&^im 4n ,^tes., county, and we "Dicl ycrtf haVe anytrouoI& with nim?" "No." "Did you talk to him about buying the cattle?'" "Yes and he agreed to drive them to Law­ rence, Kan., from whicr be shipped." "Did he have any arms about him?" "He had a revolver in his belt, and at about 4 o'clock of the second day I let my horse fall...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 11 November 1878

3C2T 9, jS r^T I 1 *i K.4.VNM. WALTKB.MAN.N. I*rest. W. It. SI anniAX, Vice Gxo. II. FailicitiLt, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, Mew York Merchant* National Bank, 8b Paul. t.W. HAYMOKTI. Presf. WTB7 BKIX," CasfT' A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on lime depo«ita. Collections prompt ly attended to. GBO. FLANNKKY. J. K. WCTUKUBT. 'Attorneys: JD West Main Struct. jp IlE ST ON A'VI LI.IAMS—(D. O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) 'jain Street. GILEYloan. ANSI.EY GRAY. CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, BISJTA KCK, X. T. MERCHANTS HOTEL, 'or. Main and 3d St., BISMARCK, O.T. L. N. GRIFFIN, Prop. Building new and commodious, rooms large, comfortable and tastily furnished. First-class in *very particular. ttills reasonable. 3-27tf CUSTER HOTEL, THOS. McGOWAN, Proprietor. Fifth Street near Main, Bismarck, XXT. This hotise is a large three story building, entirely new. well lighted and heated, situated Only a few rods from tin* depot. Itiver men, rail­ r...

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