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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1879

Eevenge and Retribution:. The Countessde la Floret was^oneof ^h^ most beautiful and'iwcompliiihed womeri in France, and the count, her husband^ was of the very flower of the old noblesse. Before her marriage she had the misfortune 'to become acquainted with a young officer named Pierre Dubem,Who at oncecenceivcd for her the most passioin&teattachment. His attentions were of course discouraged by the lad but nevertheless he insisted upon making her a tender of his hand, which she declined with firmness, but, at the same time great kindness and consideration, and hoping that he would yet find one more, worthy than herseli to become his bride, Duhem listened with apparent calmness to her words, but a keen observer would have been prepared by the deadly palor that over­ spread his brow and the nervous twitching of the thin, bloodless lip, for the fearful out­ break that followed. "Is this your final, irrevocable determina­ tion?" he asked, in a low, hissing tone, at the same time se...

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. — 19 April 1879

p0tttrccfc®ribime. BISSfAftOK, SATURDAY, APKIL19.18ft.* the flrst'and third moiiduys p. nr. .Brothpra in good^iandingare cordially in­ vited: JOSEPlf BARK, W.M. JEMER N. COKEY, Sec.. EO.O.F. Tito reeuiar meeting of Mandan -Lodge No. 12 I. 0..0. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day .''-Brothers ifi good standing are cordially in' v»ted. J. M. 0 ARK AH AN, N. G. LOUIS HECHLER, R. Seel- ^BELIGIOIIS SERVICES. EPISCOPAL -CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. D.," rector. Services at the brick.school house every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school after morning service. All are cordially invited to attend. .r METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 T. m. Sunday School immediately after the morning cervices. Prayer meeting every Thursday even­ ing at 7:30 p. m. GEO. W. BAENETT. -Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Corner of Thay­ er and Second St., liev. S. G. Dodd, Pastor.. Sab­ bath services at 11 a. ,m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Kciiool at the cl06e of...

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. — 26 April 1879

iP?3i ,s ftpll(i EL 1238* E J' /. insfS tL rytfiuxujftf Jl .U 'Ulff T% J! VW .3««n*5 ,KKjJ£iUf"M,*.',ff ,».« ^naiiox£ ojatiafaA—wa^hiionaoTOTO "^5aTaou«t jtay **s .4«u« MM ,a«oicTAfl .T^ ,«V.}•«&•.-,-. ilBat£SSSfc*» -TSlrtJ 1 i.i?.^ »'./J h%\n 1 (iav .a ,2die»n .0 9 407'£2iiCJ J«g GOE»&€H9&jtWJBiJtk¥E^ &0 "TijiH .OINSJPECT WHEA#^tf0Sf D1 tuiiult ,7/uJ i« .* rfji »gfcT .Irfsnod -lagg'-i .•il.ljjjfl-^^.-^-'- „:i, How tlie aiiciiaus' ai-C TidolcCd tjpojd^ .in/-'" .-I ^1: Tni!,''PAiitt./UiUi^ r^E^^Mr^XEAiaaGJBWof Jqeatingv^m'ty JJiat uji occagigjgiU®'lttte scarp Vril be lost, but wholly scouts the fl '.fie$y lielclspOf bi4 ffd their, jtaf^a^ived^onsaiSijeeial: ftrain iec^aJL i^miSyiwM^ tbok T)as-,: Mofftr.-flrliicii started at 7 o'clock fo^Yan^ton^o,(§lierr.' dan's tour iuciud'e's"' a'^eneVa^'inspection iLUlJPoite'^^^i-^utty^'^nnet^Hate^^nd -jropment.aii^ in»^emenjy»|!jsaw on every hand. Tfe^stmlxoids warmly to his ^(J[felc1jeiieves it"will' do" more ^tliiaii^a'ny, "sie'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

4-g^ s'His NEWS OF THE WEEK? CRIMES ANF CRIMINALS .G§% _• Lerarj Nickoles a New York Wall 'street broker. financially oinbarrased killed^ liimaelf April 19. William J. Hadley, an Albany, N. Y„ Ilawyer, who was assaulted and cat with »k£ife kby one of his clients, Is dead. fore head wa9 1 1' Climes Noble, the village treasurer of Jan Prairie, has been missing several days, ^anditisbeliefcdheis a defaulter »nd gone ..•off with money belonging to the village. ,1 Dr. J, 8. Parsons the stage robber, at ?his trial at Tankton D. T. April 17, plead tymdwag sentenceditopsy ailne'oftl,Q00, it wo years' imprisonment. A shooting affair occurred at flher '•borne, Martin county, Minn. April 15 between 7 mil Baum a notorious bully and Zach Taylor 4n which the former, the attacking party was .shot in the breast and arm. His wounds are not considered dangerous. Both parties with ithree or four accompliecs are under arrest. 1. At Cincinnati, April 20, a son of ex United States Attorney General Taft, ...

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. — 26 April 1879

fv^:'J Fig? «fc^S?»s3i ^1$V *K Connnbialities. .-L'4^v BSFOBB AND ASTEB I loved Amanda, past all telling,*- &*V For her mj-bosoin dire was swelling,^ Her pictured sweetness stole my skep, I know, therefore, my love was deep. On tinted cloudlets, resting soft, 8he floated near, in fancy oft, p^V"' Fed by tfae Rods, on nectar still, Ob, bliss! To pay no grocer'i bilL We twowere wed, and then I fonnd, In No. 5's she walKed the ground, And if the gods had fed before, They never fed her any more. .... The elephwt allows his wife to carry but one trunk. Jumping the rope by the little girls is other harbinger of spring.*' How to get nd of an importunate lov­ er—make him a pood husband. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hall recently sent out cards for the fifty-fourth anniversary of their marriage. The woman whose husband refused her a chip bonnet when she axed him says he is a blockhead. The most useful pedestrian is the man who walks the floor nights with the ba by.—New York Herald. The mother's he...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

S&SSfSI t! |L, Jfit&t ^issmnrrlt Srilmne. A 1 .•^»'®A BY ^j|HTj.E^J JEWELL: 5* VSUBSCRIPTION BATES:! .' ^.SPEEKiOfcOQerXeprJ ~iy- |&>W"" Sfc? Months.: n*Hao ThxcsetManthK CK'»l .. 7&>-' ,?- :_. !..:• Jr.'&> nV ^VERTIsnTG RATES: ansient-—One.inch, one time-' $1 -subsequent ertions, SOqtW- additional lines*' nonpareil, same rate, r^r ?. ,v Legal Notices^Seyenty-ilvecent* per folio for first insertion and fifty cents 'per folio'for .'each tmhsequent Insertion: ~'iti Contract RateS —One lixjb,', three months, $5: 2'4 inches? tKree^pntJis $i0 5 inches!.-$16 .10 inches, J^f 30 iacfieif 550: 1 "J' Professional cards, fourlines nrlfSH, pp.r »n nam, $10 ^fldnionWtIne^^.5Q., 1 ., •, ,3 :j Local bdsineeis'HotlceSvlQ.ceQta. per lina-eaph, insertion/: v'"«.-1 Original poetry, $1 per line'.'. All bills fOS^'dvJerfifing -wfik collected, monthly. IfeTQli flfifllQUU' ifl BISMARCK, SATPRD^,^gRIL^^879^ FAvoKirajoatU-a usees frtim t&'Sotifli—' he\ col orEamighty!" WEhag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

'ife" -lM::-:b'I!.:: NEWS.* !i *?£$ The Benton line, d§| things out. FOUT -*****&&*& ^^gwrgry1 peters are the|uj^te8t iitL, f" *.S 'if? & The rain during the weelc improved the river a little:- .. ,.v -.^v' Vf! The Gen. TenjIpjBfse^P'^ fajesdag^ with Dr. Soft To^ih^ ja^ Dr. Burleigh onboard. The Far We§t will arrive f^om rank*. The new steamer Montana arrived at Sioux City yesterday, ancftthe Dacotah •TVI left Pittsburg! rii The Batcheloi' fiira^H^lraa are b®th due from Yankton. The Butte was advertised to leavePittsbjurgh t&id«y,- vV to secured the Indian Transportatien, Con a & The big Red ClottH li^nVed' last night from Yankton. She ^igeanl^ Jqaded.: Her passenger list ty^s 'idSf'geiy increased at this $ aLia-.X The race for Benton has not been heard from except Buford. The Eclipse passed Buford thirty-three-^ours behind ,the Mac leod and Bentorij %4l ho.firs, l^hii|ijihe Eclipse Tlrft Benton had gampd nearly a day on the Eclipse. The steamer Rose- j^wlr-f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

JiSfc "5''J fe THE HOUSE AND FARM It will 1)6 well for farmers who use circuit saws to know that 9,000 feet per minute for theiimofa circular saw to travel, may be laid down as a rale. ThuB a saw^twelve irfChea is dianleter, three feet jornd the rim, 8,000 revolutions twenty four inches in diameter, or six feet around the rim. 1,600 revolutions three feet in diameter, or nine feet around the rim, 1,000 revolutions four feet in diameter, or twelve feetaroundtke rim,750 revolutions five feet in diameter, or fifteen feet arounii rim,600 revoiutions.In otherwordB the larger of the tew, the 'less the niunber. eter ol itlons. dents the diam of revolui save accidi the farm. Attention, to ttiii rule wil in the use: of saws as used on I The Mange.—Dogs and cats are not ezactl} ~pets" at oar hotlse, but in many families they are, and'the many canine and feline ills their flesh is heir to, are deserving of consid erate attention. In such cases the services of a professional doc: doctor or cat'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

4 I, far removed from meadows green V^o' Fromtranquil kbadeor woodland lawns, 'i* Lie In my attic, all aloni i* i$\ And cream the.while the morning dawns. About my brain thefe flit, like birds, H'- Thoughts ofa part surpassing fair Thoughts 01 a pan surpassinj I hear old, unforgotten words,'. Remembered footsteps on theatairr Old odors, olden songs. perhaps— Sleep seems to melVthemlpto one-— Come baick, and all the fong elapse °f time rolls backtp days long gone, I know I'm dreaming if wake -T~» I shall descend to narrow days And petty cares, which jfrudge and take The time I*d spent in other ways. My daily labor, hard and stern. Gives me so lit Je, takes so much: •,-f Gives me such wages as I earn, But chills my life with icy touch. There's nothing left. Vainly I think* In duty done to find content Each dawning day wakes me toshriak From life, from which the soul seems rent. This is my happiest hour, this time, Brief moment of my. moraing dream, Before I hear the unwclcome chime, S...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 April 1879

iSa t*M-, 'W%i¥ 1 A i' x'r T- H**1" BISMARCK, SATDE^YIA^IL26:i1879' --T1 »"e fl-p 1 •f ftrtr ax 0 p.m. snape. ilH: «A^)MC. T%e rd"tilar commhnications of BismarckLodge good standing are cordially it "EPJ^BA^fWK|l4 ^V1^EEaN. COfcfef^Scbf yf. T?,:.'4 I. O- OF. ffting pi Mi a'dge JWU2 All-^evefy'Ttiek- IKMfeSOIflft clav. Brothers in good standing arecordj n- J. M.ii)ARNAltAN, jv«edt u' j^R, ]R.^ec |-REtVfetVm SEBV?CES. 'V I EPISCGiFASrCHURCH—Rev, Jr G. Miller, B. irfcctori tfemfrpjs 'ritf tthe bricfcr school'-Hdtisb every Suuduy u,t ll a. in..j}fld.7.„P- ni. Sunday nchool after" morning, service,. All, are cordially incited to BttSVi't-'i fi'r METHODIST CHURCH^Servicef evSry Sanj- 0 ?aLiiaV'b .. 3NETT. _,.. ..v. "A: *•-pastorl. PRESlB3ni^RttiC®^H^!^rtofcffhay: fr-iliidiSecttod ^^TOVT'S.M^lJoddvPaytbr. Sab bath «^vices at 11 a. m. and7:30 p. ntff ^Sundaj Schqp] ft tlje cloise of the mfcftfingservicfe: '.Prayer nieet^s, VVe^nesday.ey,enjng at 7:30,, Seats fr Je. •-.». i* ,x Arrival anil ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 May 1879

i\ I BLUSTEBIH6S FBOM BUFOBD. LAYING OF THE MISSOUBI BIV JEM CABLE. svc/i. The Job Sneeessfally Completed mad Lieut ttrlmes Mow on His Way to Bisiparclt—Officers on Their Way Ea«t Indian Movements The Ikodce of Blaek Fox. ISptcial Dispatch to The Tribune.] i, STEAMBOAT A*BIVALS. FORT BUFORD, D. T., May 2.—Steamer Batchelor arrived here at 2}P. M. yester­ day. She reports low water and uncertain channels. The Red Cloiid arrived at 2:20 yesterday. The latter left for Benton at 3 P. JL The Yellowstone river is reported as raising slightly, caused by the melting of snow, and heavy rains in the mountains. THE MISSOURI,.CABLE, Lieut.' Grimes to-diiy laid tke' biAte across the Missouri at a point-near the old ferry landing. The steamer Batchelor acted the part of the Great Eastern in this exploi|/ work" fcas A complete siic «ess. As soon as the cable was laid the •ends were united with, the shore wires, And Keogh. and Custer once moi shook hands with Bismarck. The event created considerabl...

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. — 3 May 1879

W THW APFROPBIATION BILL. Full Text ot the Veto Message ot Presi­ dent Hayes. States returning tives fiscal year of to the House of Representa­ the bill entitled an act making appro­ priations for the support of the army for the ending Jane 30th, 1880, Represenitatives. in which it orifcin- ate'd,: -With my objections to its approval lhe 'bill urovides in the usual-form for the appro* Suring rjations Required for the^uroort of the army thfe next fiscal year. If it contained nd other provisions it would recteive my, prompt approval. It includes, however, furth­ er legislation which, attached as4t is to appro­ priations which arfe requisite for the efficient sperforinafteedf some of the most necessary duties of the government, involves' questions of the gravest character. v« The sixth section of the bill is amendatory, of a statute now in force in regard to the au­ thority of persona fin the civil, military and naval sprvice of the United States, at a. place, where atay general or spe...

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. — 3 May 1879

S5&- 1 i.ty 'k 7 One'oPf&e^re^yttbn^ Maag- iu the- coursa of a,se: ly, ^tt£red tjie-follpwir gesti3aM.iiiieg»r3ito work: •'It is a lesson that ire are slow to leam—pne. that ]i«ri t# tfe eMoipfjl' by an occasional. thrilling Jact4£that' the' most robust pliysiqu?has ite limit of ex­ ertion that well-compacted and tough­ ened mentel may saccumb. to uii due stress at aeing|e point. A'piece of steel wjrecair bear only a given ainbnnt of longitudinal tension "Beyond- that limit it snaps. By the annealing pro cess/of .intense stady. or application to. exacting business a man's 'brain gets toughened. It can bear an immense, prolonged strain, bnt there is an un­ known, terminus of your powers ex­ ceed that point and the subtle thread of reason snaps. A" ruptured'capillaryon the brain paralyzes that center of thought, and the stalwart, brilliant man of yesterday, full of hope, projecting grand schemes, the pillar of strength to his family, the pride of many, the pos­ sible" envy of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 May 1879

BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL. SUBSCRIPTION RATE 8: WBKKLT, One Year, $2 SO Six. Month*. 1 50 Three Mo*ths r-y. -K:A- .75. ADVERTISING RATES: ansfent.—One inch, one time* $1 subsequent crtlons, SOctnte: additional lines, nonpareil, name rate. Legal Notices.-r-Seventy-flve cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty- cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One inch, three months, $5: 8V4 inches, three months,.$10 S inches, $1S .10 inches, $25: 20 inches, $90. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nam, $10 additional lines. $3.50. Local business notlcew, 10 cents per Una each Insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will too collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, MAY 3,1879. AVJIT not Logan for tire Presidency and Loire for the second place-* They appear to agree as well as TlldfeflandT Hendricks ever did. AFTER dispassionately considering the great Congressional duel question, we hare unanimously decided that Senator Iiowegan is i...

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. — 3 May 1879

Vv *s UAHDAN NEWS. (S^i®:- & There is a shoe shop in town. I The mosquitoes don't bite hard yet. lice three cents a pound in Mandan. Dr. Foster is doing a lively business. Hr. Bellows, Sr., has gone to 8t. Paul. There are some houses for rent and sale. Frank J. Mead is putting in a big po­ tato patch on liis claim. P. B. Winston, the contractor, has re­ turned fromMinntfapolis. JL barber-shop came over yesterday, and a string of lumberiragons. Thirteen liquor licenses have been issued in Mandan. No church, however. Col. Jones, of Bismarek, has gone out on the line with contractor Preston. ©en. Rosser, the -indomitable, was out on line yesterday, punching up the engi­ neers. Eastern gentlemen who have taken lots for speculation, will find good buildings on them. Mrs. Swett, landlady of the Hedquara ters Hotel, Mandan. has arrived with her «weet little boy. Mylon Harmon is plowing up the west «nd of town, just as if it had never been laid out in blocks and streets. The original co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 May 1879

5 lliejr lingered at the garden The moon was frill above He took her darling hand in hie, The trembling little dove, Ami pressed it to his fervent 1 ^^^le^Ser aUftls own Bia heart, he said, it ever beet For her, and her alone A«* he was happier than a Kin* Upon a golden throne. "Come weal come woe," i» ardent .M.jmsgttggri' So I will qbnstant be No powerx6 eartospall'tew thM. AwajyTswear. pom me 11* •^^AssSliai A hoatse voice yelled, Ton, Sous Jane Come in and go to bed!n And that was all—it was enough— The young man wildly fled* —Ranter** Bazar. 7' SCARLET FEVER. It was first described by Sydenham in the seventeenth century," said Prof. Barker, as a distinct disease." Are there great differences in the severity of such'epidemics?" Very great differences,^ sbme epi­ demics being mild and some attended! with severe and dasgerous^ea&es. But there ai*e always mild cases during the most severe epidemics." tVhdt are the causes of jScarlpt fever? What is the comparative suscepti­ bili...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 May 1879

«tJj Censtufd [From the New York Tribune.] The present Copgr important duties to 1 to the' eommi and scholarship, to point oat the defects in the mode hitftSrlo'ado£fe&. Xoetforf should be-ep&redto inak& the'-nexfr enumeration more thorough than any taken- Century of the republic. It is particularly desirable that ^he imany'and obvious defects in the method of collecting industrial sta tistdcsshcrald be removed, for itis veil known that the statistics thus far ob­ tained have had but a Moderate Value. But the important political' interests which depend upon the enumeration of gwptilation also make it exceedingly de? sirable that the work should betadre accurately andvfaitlifullyperformedtHan has been possible under the old system. It is a notorious fact that in many local­ ities the rivalry of towns has had some influence upon, the thbrouglift&B of/the work, and the results will inevitably be distrusted as long as returns from one place can be held back for Revision ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 May 1879

». iff -41 i8!jefi$marck®rU)Uiie. BISMARCK, SATURDAY, MAY 8,187». 1 KAHOHIC. regular communications of Bismarck Lodge B, A. F. «fc A. M., arc held In their hall on mondays of each month at The Ko. ISO, the llrat and thlr EMBBK. COBBY, See I.O.O.F. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I O. 0. P.i fire held in Masonic Hall eveiy Taes dar. Brothers to good Standing are cordially 4n* „t'ed. J. M. CAliNAHAN, N. G. \LOUIS HBCHLEB, B. Sec. BELIGIOir8 SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. P., rector. Services at the brick school house every Sunday at 11 va m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school after morning scrvice. All are cordially invited to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San- day at the City Hall, at 11 a. m. and 7:90 p. m. Sunday School immediately After the morning services. Prayer meeting every Thursday even iiig ftt 7:30 p. m. GEO. W. BARNETT. Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Corner of Thav or and Sccond St., Rev. S. G. Bodd, Pastor. Sab­ bath services at "11 a. m. and 7...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 May 1879

..,«**. it *t'4~ Trf VOL. VI. .. MANY MILES BEYOND MANDAN. MiZefrf&'&.tf}- •,•• ft-fi'3i SUCH IS THE EXTENT Of WOBK ,'. .ON THE EXTENSION. ..a.. ,,• Yv.-'.M .'• .. .... r.' i. ., TheEntkulun Manife«ted--»i»ith'« Ten Xlfle Contract a. Soft Snap— Vlllacei of Workmen Along tke liine—A Trip Fifty Hilea West, jiward. "WORK FOB THE FKB*T. ,' The. rqsli for ilandna aiid the extension cYmtthpes.. Ifyou doja'tbelieveitgo down to tte' steamboat landing and scan the cro%4K ^1^ packs the sjeamer IJenver vrhen she arrives and departs. Capt. Hofn loads her until there is not room for another pound of wagon, horse or box. Twenty-two wagons appear an average cargo. There is no discount on (lie.Dep. fer'S ^)4ying. now.':'From the river to Man dan the grade has been completed and track laying will begin on Monday. Win­ ston and. Lemay.will follow up. that hit with the track oil 8mith's»ten lhifesj a.few days, as it were, the track will be laid to the "BIG CUT." 'Smith's, ten mile, contract at...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 May 1879

I W 1 'i^NKWS OF THE, WEEK. tf 3 f* CRIMES ANT CRIMINALS. Great and damaging note Have lately oc smred at Cork, Ireland. At New Preston Hill, Conn., May 5, Egbert Cbgcweli while drunk killed his wife, and tbeu himself. Hexekiah Bradley, colored, was hung at Gal wton.Xflxw. ia .tJ&iSJiwieucft. of. people for theinurderof a negro named Pol Th&Uore* ft ktaber who was shot at Chica. .go. May 1, by Mrs. Roberts, died on the-after-, noon of May'2. Mrs', fioberfs'waa "held on a cmuwm- ym^mm Lewis Coons, of Toghkanie, N. Y. May 5, ydiihg recently married. Tlie fodiyU^dail^tefdf^theShertffof -Col wi8./w^0rweased' a burglar fntort'jill^nd'eioped Witti5 hitaVi^SW1art^stcd •oirtihe'ivgnliii of May S, #ltIfrTrtf,partiiohr dofmeff ft^'s •clothes aad! cut offi her hair. Thus with rtglne*} reputation and blighted life, the«irl is r^araed^tOj jher^pncer happy hom^ ..sn^hev A. posse, of citizens at teptedto, arrest a £«nr of horge 'th^eVes, at' ihe house bf tfdttytlfe,"lli T«ieirttduiity, ifo...

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