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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 August 1873

Vol. I, No. 6. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, An Independent Newspaper, published by THE BISMARCK TR1BUNK CO. SUBSCRIPTION PRIOR: One tear $2.50 I Three monthg 11.00 Six. months. 1.60 Single copies 10 Subscription* payable invariably in advance. Advertising rates made known on application at the office. Re- enforcement. Mr. A. C. Jordan, Port Gari$ corres­ pondent of the Minneapolis TRIBUHK during tho Gordon war, and one of the owners of this paper, arrived Saturday evening, and now has charge of the mechanical department of the TRIBUNE, and will have charge of the editorial department when Mr. Loansberry is h!'sent, as he is liable to be occaaianally. KF.WS AND NOTES. The cholera is reported at Columbus. Mrs. Dunuway wants to l»e Major of Portland Oregon. Aiex. Johnson, so long ft local en the Pioneer, Is off on a vacation. Twenty-five thousand people attended the races at Uuffalo on the lUh- Hon. W. Phelps, of Red Wing, died at Ann Arbor, Mich., a few days ago. John C. Heenan dealing In a ...

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 August 1873

^tsitwrclt WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13,1873. PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE. The editor of the Bismarck TRIBUNE, Col. 0. A Lounsberry, offers for sale the material of the Wells Atlas, now at Wells Minn., on the Southern Minnesota Railroad.at its junction with the Min­ nesota Northwestern, 150 miles west of I.a Crosse. Wells fa a town having one thousand inhabitants has the general rffices of the S. M. K. R. arid machine fhops, employing one hundred men. (.'lark W. Thompson h3S largo property interests at this point, embraced in a 12,000 acre farm on which there are al­ ready 20 brick houses, and a butter fac­ tory costing $20,000. The town is prospering finely and the office would hare the printing of the S. M. R. R. The ofSce may be had for $1,500 or material necessary to run the paper at reasonable figures six hundred dollars cash must be paid. Purchase must be made in thirty days or the office will be packed up and shipped to the Chicago Type Foundry. The paper was leased by its owner last Ju...

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 August 1873

1 ink- Dutch SSTlie Blame ^Uinite. LITTLE DITTCH GRETCHEN. DT FAHKKL HOWBLL. T/'t'i! Dutch Oretchen c:ime over the a, With an -nt "t in place of her mo lier "As like" -So liftlc Dutch Gretcheii told me— -A like as oue pea to another." Grotchen fell Mck on the way, A-sniiuiK upon the dark water Tlit captain I came down to th© cftlun cftcn oayi juid called her his patient Dutch daughter. l.iltlo init.ii Gretchen took prtlzcls and beer, lio.aii" *1 «oon would he better \nd at hiit, when the end of the journey was near Dutch tjretehen gent homeward a letter.. •11Wiie!tcr," Dutch Gretchen wrote flrst on the page V-r.'l my aunt is as kind as my mother it never a prison bird shut in a cage, 1,'onied more to give one for the other. There's a IrtoK and a tone, and a tender way, A more gentle to lie on mother. .1 love that will never grew grey Mi hi*ri that is blessed to die ou. ft II -her, I've sa'.d to the captain, to-night, i',, li tieu I'll Mil back moat gladly Tn »'i:i if changing one'* ...

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 August 1873

if I I ^ismarclt ^filwtie. Bismarck and Vicinity. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18,1878. THOMAS VAN ETTEN W»S appointed Justico of the Peace Monday vice Qil braith refused to qualify. A BISMARCK man, J. W. Plunimer, will set out twenty acres of apple trees next spring. He will commence preparing the ground next week. -r— 1 Two thousand tons of hay wiii he re quired lor Fort Lincoln this winter, and N. P. Clark will want not less than five hundred tons for his stock. If. N. Ross has resigned the position of Sheriff of Burleigh county. Ross thinks law i§ a farce in this Territory audin that he is more than half right AFTER the 14th those who have been on claims six months or more may prove up except in cases of contest Thirty days notice will have to be given in those cases. JUDGE SHANNON, Chief Justice of Da­ kota, and Judge Barnes, of thisDistrict, Judge Pound, U. S. District Attorney, and Judge Burdick, U. S. Marshall, will arrive on the 25th. ARRANGEMENTS have been completed for planting two ...

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 August 1873

Vol No. 7 THE BISMARCK TMBUfflB, An Independent Newipaper, poblWhetf by THE BISMARCK TRlBTTNt 00 hcdsckiptior PRICB: One year 12.50 I Three months Six months 1.50 Single copies—... 10 Subscriptions payable lnvar.ably la adwrocc Advertising rales made known on application at the office. NEWS AND NOTES. BUhop Jac'e.' is seriously ill. Wapeton wants a oounty organisation. The St. Louis social evil laws are being tested. The Grand Central I* a new hotel enterprise at St. Paul. Hon. W-n. Stoddard, of Michigan, has committed suicide. Fiften Million dollars or Are twenties are being called In. Delphi, Iudlania, was vUlted by a frost about the first ot the uonth. Dennis ?iIH?ann was tub over and killed by the cars at St. Paul Saturday. There la a rumored deficiency of ten million dollars In the T-\ S. Treasury. Col. James Hughes, of Hudson, Wisconsin, and Pewitt Clinton Hredead. Thomas Smith, near Dayton, Ohio, on Friday, slw* Henry Fisher. Whiskey. The Pittsburgh Gazette has been sold for ...

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 August 1873

J1 LU O LU LU CL ^isittarclt ||i ibmte. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20,1873. THE FARMERS MOVEMENT AND RAILROADS. Just now there is, perhaps, a call for some kind of a movement to purify par­ ties and make office-holding respectable but the farmers movement, in Minnesota partvfriTarly, Is one of the greatest hum bi gs of the day. The Democrats seem to have lifted their wings,' atuV hy pat­ ronizing elurUs invite theiu to come un dor, while the Republicans FU'C bcwil* ft red and -f the Minnesota press onlj the St. Paul Press seems to comprehend the situation ami denounces the move­ ment as it deserves. The Patrons of husbandry have a work to do, but when they undertake to accomplish it through political maneuvering they will certain­ ly wreck their hopes and destroy their usefulnnss, for, except in purely agricul­ tural regions, they can never obtain a controlling influence. And when they forget to correct their own short com­ ings and shiftlessness kand other work they might do, and mass their...

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 August 1873

Upon one stonsjr Coming sdoos the tone, To shleM her«ro»the »to." She wbt UwKw Far he kin I had ta*en, wsilna hae thought the teal* Wad sae of a kiss complain. "Now, Udtii®, I wlnna Btiiy under your pladdle, If I gang home In the rain." nut on an after Sunday, Wiiol olAini there wiva not ane, Di'.i sell-same winsome law!?-— We chanced to uK in the lane— Said: "Laddie, Why dlnna ye wear yonr pladdle Wha kens but may rain FROM BISMARCK WEST. Route of theR. R. and Character of the Country, Navigation of the Yellowstone. Much Interesting Infor­ mation. IJp&iMurt lllv*r. From, St. Ptntl Pitntir Inttrrifio with, Prof. I'help)i. Leaving Bismarck, the expedition passed up the Heart ""Stiver 12 miles, thence lip AT men, under command of Col. Pear­ son. While here «om» wy Warifr weather was experienced, the Ihermom eter making on the 20th, 109 in the sade for three or four hoars, while on several Other days an almest equal de­ gree of head was reached. Prom the Yellowstone, the expedition...

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 August 1873

3pie ^jismnrclt ^xibinic. Bismarck and Vicinity. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1373. J. B. 'IJAII-KY i? now keeping an excel on hotel ant! boarding house. He has sixty regular hoarders. Rev. .T. (. Sloan is expected to preach at Uismank on Sunday next when he will commence his pastovial work here. F. A. WI I A S is l.uihiing an office, and lr. Slau^hU-r a waivhouM*. The N. 1\ !:. R. engine lio, sc is n'xnit com- pk'tcii. PAI'FHS wove received here Saturday which had 1'i'vMi seven days on the road from Puh'.th. And that is the kind of mail facilities liistnarck has. FIITV six recruits came iu on the train Saturday. Th.'y are assigned to Buford and go up to day on the Penin­ ah, in charge of Lt. Bronson. Turin- will he a match game of base ball played at Bismarck Sunday next 1). between picked nines from Com­ panies A and Seventh Infantry. AIIRANOMBNTS have heen completed by Col. Craves, for the purchase of wheat at all points on the N. P. J', ft., paying the farmers one dollar pev bushel! ca...

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 August 1873

/ol. i, No. 8. 'HE BISMABOK TMBtJHE, An Independent Newspaper, published by THE BISMARCK TBJJLUSK scBBCBrpTicur PRICI: Ooe year. 12.50 I Three monthi 1. months 1.50 Single coplea Subscriptions payable invar.ably Jo advance Advertising rates made knova on application te office. The Bismarck TRISUKE is the newsiest aper on the line.—[Audubon Journal. An old negro woman at Buford, N. ^ot so happy at a watch meeting last week that she shouted herself into the next world. Tho scandal mongers are after Matt. Carpenter. There is a "highly respect able lady" in the case, and the scene the drama is Long Branch. ?sttle of Frank Mead, of the Minneapolis Times, frankly acknowledges that he would rather pick a pocket than write sonnet! -Visitors at the Tima*affio» make a note of- it. Ben. Butler was invited to accompany 'he balloon "Graphic" on its trip across the ocean. He refused, much to the disappointment of certain politicians in •lassachusetts. There are no developments showing disposition...

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 August 1873

^jumtarclt ^filiniie. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1873. OFF DUTY. Col. Lounsberry, senior editor of the TBIBCKE, left Bismarck on Thursday morning last for the East.' Hofr long he may be absent is not at present within the knowledge of the junior, who is left behind. In taking possession of the Colonel's vacant chair we feel very much as did the boy who rode the elephant: the seat looked much more comfortable when some one else was sitting in it. Our old friend Mark Kellofjg has kindly come to the rescue, however, and prom­ ises to extend his aid in the emergency, from which fact we draw much consola­ tion, and our readers much benefit. In this, our individual salutatory, we.prom isc our patrons that, while we shall en­ deavor to avoid the fate of the toad which, through undue ambition, swelled out its hide until it burst, we shall make the paper as near what it has heretofore been as may be possible, leaving the •erdict of our success or failure with others. Meantime the ulatoh string is...

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. — 27 August 1873

^jjismarclt '.cilmnis ]y an Accident. ... ,. he incident was the inexcusable 4.. tiie mluctor or the freight train V- hen he knew that it waa a matter .]~i '.".ill that it was a mere chance if lie iic!' switch in time. That it was his duty to .''.."tv'ro i.iU'I (he passenger train was safely by, no right to take any risk or run any im-pii on either side of the track were .). \agony, their flesh boiled their nodics ami tearing great hansrull Mot -steam Minded and scalded the help ,r ,»f the ear, who with heart rending -,i ,lv struggled to extricate themselves."— r'i!' :.ottfle?ram. in nt. Llcht'.y excused i-v of le\ bodies, mangled and bruised. Vl i.-•:h.-rs. children and wives— •ricil-a 1' niics and desolate live?. ac -it'.ent. fn t'iat meadow lie i'.*iris v'arickimr i.i dire agony. -'ii-iii tlie or frantic with pain .. (iiMins fcr life—when struggles aro vftin. ,-.-ir.f Murder! Dare you give the word .T heard that a conductor wa3 hung rl i.II .-:ich accidents can you remedy find? o...

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. — 27 August 1873

^ismarclt WEDNESDAY," AUGUS^RI 87II" Bismarck and "Vicinity! Col. Sweet, last week entered up four quarter sections of land lying adjacent to Bismarck. The Colonel evidently haa faith in Dakota and the future of Bismarck. The buildings being ereetcd by the Northern Pacific at this point are fast approaching completion. ^he turn table «t the round ouse will he ready lor uso si a day or two. Dunn &. Co. are improving the ap­ pearance oi their drug liou.se materially. AVIit-n fully completed it will he ft little bijou of a store. Hint don look like hard times with you, "Doc." A partv of ten persons left Bismarck on Monday morning for a prospecting tour on the line of the Northern Pacific West. Ttij will prospect for gold and other miae/ftis which undoubtedly ex­ ists in the mountain region to which they are going. The hay crop of this section is very fine this season. Grasses have grown exceedingly tall and are tender and strong as any we have seen. About twenty-five hundred tons w...

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. — 10 September 1873

Vol. i, No. o. THE BISMAECK TRIBUNE, \n Independent Newspaper, published b.V IHi: IUAM MiCK TKIHI'Ni: ('0. Ht.'BSCKIPTlON PRIC2 Ou. ytai *2.50 I Three montl* Si* months 1.5!) .Single copies Suhsrriptlons pw«We Invar.Ably in advance^ A. 1 v"rti»lnat rates' m*Jf knim on application at tb.: o6'-:e. The'rial of the Americans :it Fort Garry eomtneni es the 15th insi. \The Yankton Press prints a n.np of Dakota with no litllo O for Bismarck The play of Othello with Othello Ml ou* Ben Butler has been again laid on the shelf—where he vri^ probably stay this time. And it's very little loss to the country ________ There is anew counterfeit $500 green-) Lack which is said to defy det#tion. Even Spinner gives it up. If it was a counterfeit five cent nickle w3 should be frightened as it is we don't care. If any one thinks the troops had a I'unnv time fighting the Modocs let them read what our special telegraphic cor­ respondent says. We ought to he thank­ ful that Sitting Bull is a Sionx and not ...

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. — 10 September 1873

$'.!•? Ij&ismarflt ^fribnnc. •TKDNESDAI, SEPT. 10, 1873. MEAN MEN. Tl.: world is full of mean men," is v. r\-,rk which fc:is been made a great 111?!ny times in our hearing and we iK-v-. r.cc believed the story. r.: hov, an we know There mean people in "This "world, from pc reformist) n- la.-t ihNUi And it has- bwn J80 persona! nxjiet ieiKts that 'iMons hflv.i I'.con :i "ve: that tl.7 »»K- r.-r tlu-rfe «r'e ..iQj mean '.'oi'io in (lie world The fact n-atur^lly makes liiiJ!-r, in spile of nil i', sogencin! 1 epugiKtnl- to n.iity in which- rusides-sis to at last genar.iliy luiwn, a»4 ugh publicity becomes dupli iu] multiplied in the ears of 6 -observant public ividual is known as 1J:J^ until this 'many mean one ir IO.IT .: So mu. for introduction. The TEI: does not propose an analysis of tb'6^ differotit kinds Of nmar.HRSS extant, in t!»c n*o! Id, or to classify 4nd arrange Ha­ irs inn,in It simply intends to call jr.biic attention to that ^individual class .,f humanity (and they a...

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. — 10 September 1873

•p? l|jifimarcii fi.r !-i3 li'rrcl Tribune. PEARLS AND PREJUDICE. l-.y i'.RS. Z.INDA W. SLAPOSTEB. A -irl %v i? t/jn- in the deep sea oaves, '•'l.-.us the trensured wealth of thoir countlessgraves A Peri's tear, in the ocean drear, r' Iii N ua'l I '.I.'O N* the clouds that lia 1,1 !ia depths of a summer sV.v, It hid i» the sand, .iiiis and »alt a* tin stars on high, Till 'lie diver's baud !r s- d»wn the restless waves, :'c)ii:.t tlie wealth from the secret grave*, •Y-i st.sl it, gathered it, bore it aw.iy, Kin* uj to the land, 1 ii'.iui, the v.-iter* dark to the light of d.iy. i!Ld C!! tli' sw»v of a queenly brew .f pearl I'lines forth i:t its beauty now, lMUlied and bright, A go: 11 in its sotting raro In the f".*tal light-, ^li-vs gloatcs in the gold-brown li-.ir a stately princess with tresses fair lUiering praise, tin -*tarfcleI litfit from its splendor full*, Atrl chaining the gaze i.-o-.-i'l'ig hundreds who throng her liHils, II -pell _.f her ancient nanm \n,l rl »rined by tho...

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. — 10 September 1873

£f:cc march sfriNne. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1573. I5i«marck and Vicinity Gold! Galu! Gold: 11- All 'if. fi rial a: tier. thusehaving in that Shot Gun at Morton Club Rooms whl please be sure ?nd come to-night nt. nine o'clock, as the ralUa i.s coining off promptly at nine o'clock. C. A. Stock!v.. A. yon iiius'uikotxy 'l ."•i'il A' 'll M--rt Id: ill 't i:I- I irn-li M-.ssoi.n Native Wine.- direct!Voa tlu ineveid at St.. I.onis J.• |on- tore. Great Brs.Tp.iiins i'or 'JO iiays ut pin St-opposi.•' tribune ('ilhv. Docs ativ ore kt:iv.* how many dog's Wore c.iv in 3i*'.o.tr e."o'h m'nao ii liivrdid., a other- ::i wa'it Pure Wines il! 'inu 1 l\ -. i. iiO ..i Hi-r--.i hllsMI' and Jhc-rry re I.hi'..-. U.j-ior Store just 'ci. fr rn the- importer ..imidy s-.no a '.i «'ui. to (hat c.m't aicom r,..i educated li^ir. We ptne fo' tncM' .~J.\ .t.t.-' A Fi'csh Voijfu .iclo i~i.il.ty oy spress at I'.mnivo S(.-v? .ji-ro 't'e Fri- I.une Office. ill (i. Mo-i li, ihu'^on?, .1 .-we... tr un head, will bo here...

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. — 24 September 1873

Vol. i, No. 2. Art Independent New»p*r*r, published hy THT, BISMARCK TRIllUN* CO. •c»tc»iFTio* p«ic»: Out year »2.?W I Three mnutki *1.J« $iv month!. l.M) Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable lnrarably in adrance Advertising riles made knoirii on application at the office. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1873. Mark Kallogg, who has bsen running the B'smtrck TRIBUNK during the ab aenec of Col. Lounsberrj, came down iiut evening and left for St. Paul this morning. —Dvh'th Trifwne. The above is one of several and the editor of theTwBrxK most emphatically objects. For such favor* as I have been placed under by Mr. Kellogg, he has my hearty thanks until better paid but I wish most decidedly to put a veto to the impression which seems to have been circ-uhted that he has been "running the Timst SK I HVNK during the absence of Ool. .ounsberry." As a member of the PRINTING TRI- Co., and the edicor of the paper "during the absence of Col. Louns­ berrj,'1 I am alone responsible for its utterances and i...

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. — 24 September 1873

IMPORTANT R'AlL*9t)LA$ A dispatch froih" SRW ^he Ij^ismarfk ^jfribtttif. WHAT WILL FOLLOW. The first intelligence of the failure of the great house of if Cooke A Co., financial agents of the Northern Pacific, caused a feeling: of glooin and dixpon dency to pervade the city, which wa« perhaps perfectly natural but lot us coolly consider the mailer and see just how much real ground for this feeling •xistd. Through the close identity of the house with the* financial- manage­ ment of (this rual, Ihe latter had become familiarly to be known as the property of Jay Cooke Co., and the impression seemed Mice general that with tho failure of the «frcat banker* the North­ ern Pacific imi't go down as well. We most emphatically object to any such Reasoning, On the contrary,ywo augur much gain, to ».h:s particular section at least, from this tmlooked for erent. Tiie Board of Directors is composed of »oe:i representing millions of uloney, and owning largely in the stocks of the road. Tho project ...

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. — 24 September 1873

^tsmarclt ij^rifcitne. "ROCK Of AGES." •'Reek ef afaa, cleft for ma"— Thoughtleasiy the Maiden rang, fell the word* unconaoioasly From her girlish, gleeful tongue 2u|u little children ting Su| lings the bird* of Jane Veil tke worli like light learea dew* On the current of fortune— "Boek of agee, ?left far »e, Let me hidamyeelf in Thee." "Let ra* hide ayoelf in Th«e"— felt her aoul no need to hide— 9weet the «ong aoog could be, Aul she had no thought b««lde ill the world nnheedingly fell from lips untouched b,r cara, Dreaming not that they might be On some other tips a pr»y»r— "Rock of ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself la Thee." "Baek of ages, cleft fer me,"— Twas a woman sung them now, Pleading and prayerfully •very word her heart did know, Boee the song as stormed toseed bird Beat* with weary wing the air, Brery note with sorrow stirred. Every syllable a prayer— "Bock of ages, cleft for me,"— Let me hide myself in Thee." "Beck of ages, eleft for me."— Lips grewn aged sung the ...

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. — 24 September 1873

ess&afe plow. ^jtenwrcli ^ribuae. CUT 'EM SHORTS. Bismarck and the Rest of the World in Brief! .Get out jour gloves. Slap on your overcoats. Throw away y«ur old mosquito net­ ting. For— "The cold chilly wlndi of [September], Steal ray flowers, my companions from me." The snow I'onces are completed to Shian Rirer. If you want a sqtmr# meal go to Fos­ ters Restaurant. "What \rill yon flop your lip over is the lastfst out. Tbo track between Bismarck and the river is being ballasted. '•The hand that rocka the cradle Isthebandtliat rocks the world Are the Sioux all Maaons? [Setting Bull's band hare a thousand lodges. Go to Foster's Restaurant tor your Fresh Oysters. The only place in town. The weather of the last few days makes business look up in the lumber yards. If you fail to go to the caucus Satur­ day, don't growl about the ticket after­ wards. The TRJBINEWAS tri weekly last week. Two extras were issued bes'do the regu­ lar edition. If the water don't stop falling the bed of th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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