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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1875

SLe !'Sfaf&Uta« for the r*.lfeto,7ereWi|Vllg^5jWL When Sheridan svsississtSiSggfissi^ s"*? When O •lew! _. Where flashed his bflghi, badger ,of erlmsoa a*d blue! from morning to midnight,—through. snashiiie Mi showers, rj U:," He pressed the fierce eoatict, and Richmond vm oars! 8(1111,111000 ^6 honored,! With stiani..J«l (til Of i'iJgB* BeipfaVho fought,---and the aui^t e[h« W$t# 9t rapture^fjriere glory.losje,. That aland might be saved, and its helots be free— Oh. these shall hereafter the. ehhrali? be! TEraefceewlfor 'the fatten! And garlands of flow­ ers, For this fiery fanatic—their leaded aOdonrs. Has are ttoWd. •T Mli one word of syifefraftf/ ^'expostulation T* ?J ', W. A.Osd/rwr. (Copyright Applied l»r.) THE AMAZONIAN CORPS. f'w A Romance of tlie Attrif. •LiC««T*t W. CHAPTim II.—TH* H2R0IKB. Boss returned with the Sergeant to the guardhouse, endeavoring to nerve himself for the coming trial. ^hatlhe punishment Warlike be had riotthe re­ motest idea, but he was resolved ...

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 January 1875

a S3 E£ fc. BB •J O eu S3 ri (V B^smarck AND vicinity^ Bismarck) D« T«j Jan« 27r WAR DEPARTHEHT. SlgB*i Service. U- S. A» .. •oaiaft AID lirOITS FOK DmiB.«rio7 :amn The "call" at the ITort Lincoln tele e^raph office is "0," in honor of Gen. Ouster. .. Boot and Sboe Packirr Alaska Boots—Asties in^eat Variety. R, C. Seip, Fort A. Ktecoln. 3Sw2 Mrs. Slaughter has received, her com­ mission a® Pbstr Mistress, andthatmuch agitated 1 ni JSSSc. A« AWHtoTUM »W*AaC«. •V' sl "Hill's 5 3 SP S jo -imv sZ a* !P C5 fib oiajL ®.. i' ssgssgg. in»a IW1AU® ijjpimnH a«H oft *J3iacuouudq£ 2 o as {H |5.8p.h Ob |5.8p.h Ob 1 SMITH, SMITH, NE -»l«gg oojpaisa "*AY NE I [. I [. §. oi®'? o'oer^J r-» 1 *7 i9f»mois9 US9N 80.085 29.554 80 063 29.840 80.180 80.226 29.977 0» k"8 a ^,1 12553S8 .«^hest temperature, 20° Lowest temperature, ^82° Services at the Presbyterian Church in the morn ine at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half past seven. Prayer meeting on Thursday evemng at half past seven o'clock. "...

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. — 3 February 1875

THE LBOAL E i?:. .j /i '•*& vfrtwan-*-. fciil 1 ... ,cy »»,/ BPaiuitlM|M'fea|jsl OnPjtf*. SiXfMDthS.. fobeerfaloBS p«||ble jn 4 0 'i n^wtTtrfnu^ APVKKTlBKMaittrtS vi* fj FORSt dr'wieV W'^,V l££dM kT^MrBl 6aWr JML niahlng Goods, Dreas Mak C^-r,. tonVft V'-I .iOitMfr? i-rrj -'?e*. hi 3 ii hioit ton'• B*N msmMdok taiunniB op. t' ll t5?? ptpriMto-: .» vol «advaBde..' LitUVO/-, i^J. nn-.—- m&anm*. ««**&' ._»« notl&s in kx»l column, 15 ^wer lKife. B^f nacM notfcesin *«ci*l noUce oqlftBft ilat. i. ., •,/ ,I,kJi«•'• I^Y»'H».A?"rtkifc .«4*a«djk brSBO •SWSKSRS^C-*™ ,h*aiea*areda4»*lidtype ofthe aise ustdlnihebody oftbeadvwjfreinen^j ?.'« *itf tlf IHw .V111 ••^WSSSW^.WBB, bare-pilA•tyte*ittpiwftWfo Board by ttie dv jtti HTIMPSON-T-Booka, StattoMry, N**P i. R»p«™i MaiMine*, Aid, iiiiL FT TOTI8-«HOA«« AND!STGNPAINUCG. no'.- •V """, BBIX 8TEAU88, Jeweller.« Waldiea, Clock*, Jewelry, Ac.._ cji :1 .' •'.•! w.-:i v.li Vr B. tiA^D Mantor, Be^tster ^«iB^MiB#oankiitMMit^r ):[r tfrri ifl...

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. — 3 February 1875

Bismarck, D. T.^1 A chill most hare seized the Demo cratic Senators when Mr. Logan" said that one/General had been elected President of the United Statesfor teaching Louisiana people how to be hard themsfclvei an^anothfer might be. It w^s a homey.thrust That .other General was Jackson. Developments in Congressontfandfy were decidedly favorable. Republican Senators have determmocf to general system: of courses, and improvement of it seems return of Senator Ramsey before porting on the measure.' Taking this fact and the determination of the' Re­ publican Senators to sustain as a party measure. The lo brokeb by *rbitrai$ ©I lie Ujosfc as guilty nowthat ttte eontett If ended itbecia. Toaqtanqpa 4ree .lc eKaJ*s chief otteneewas thai he uptrei le legislature.—iV«t hewap wl^en ae thoagfaW to a seat ia •the: withdrawn from vote fot a water when the Senate Committee, determined to report against the Northern Picific included, and and all measures, the Southern Pacifiic 'subsidy was not it wa...

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. — 3 February 1875

/4S Thew pictattf a •taiAH .* gaudboow con- learned that tlie light in the 'ttlc win-^ doir vu Crsait srWijW® •JWhP* HerBhudoir fell ^??tfL3Sta£ig* r« »h» k«,e_}) Weeks rojled on, and still Boss re Aiained in¥h(b guai5dM)tise Bi Jiad al But aftd hangbim,3* fe true1 in'the Irmyas elsewhere. He was lojojted^.upw with suspicion, and his well, toeant Wforts at conciliation were regarded as an ad­ ditional evidence of his hardened dis­ position, and he gave uj his attempts at reconciliation in disgust: The gossip oX the post w# discussed in the guardhouse every night,and Ross learned tbany things or vrhTcb bfcw'dfcifi! otherwise have remainhd ignorant. He knew that Judelle had incurred the General's displeasure by her jrwh mter ference in his behalf, and it pained him deeply. He was also told thatMrs.Gen. Bistenbatt had said, on that occasion, that if she could have her way in the the matter, she wotild hang the whole guardhouse outfit, Boss included,by the neck instead of by the thumbs....

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. — 3 February 1875

/i .mr?c •H SB O «s 1 1 g! W« jr.i Bignrngnifa m*/Ftr ?^)li 1875. ^nv*§-l i'xrfff Sigmal Service/U-' lk' 'A- f« BtSXMGC, |U|OT|( WI«TO«»» 5 w: i* JS-JliMsMM'Iv -w ssassss is s| I 1 1 'Xm I Sf*f$8i ||*f Sfe "gl polMI® ao)pa4(a '*AY E v*r&i bf fc flilt*! ifr: J. SsIEIIS .Highest temperature, 96° toweatteupetatttre.-rliP •otttUj Weather Report. Irtdf n^pthetrfling January 31,1875. -Mean-Barometer KkSl 1. »§8k Ugheat Teia|w»li»ww •rtTempmtvre-^' Daily Sameettf Temperature 18.083. Jn| Pttly lifeg of fenpentort SI®. T^reraiiing wiri*f:north.' Total no. of miles travelled 6465.8 m!l». MiTfaanm iwlaelMP 8&min, ,., Number of iyiirh W» ap«r felMO. pUtMT«l). •o JThared*y «»eejng»*t $*heMj$ir recognised* that piece "Of carpet tboegh it,takes the Judgetepat and that together ":this !-rrt lr*s v?-i iia" fi.-.-.r ::f Preabytertan Church, now calls The whast club are enjoying thena gel res morhly. Col. Brownsoa and J. A:*S|oyeR were the victors in -the contest. Jpwy haying been formed of wh...

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 February 1875

VOL. 2. ifjismarck Anl*depende«»t*aappaper pohUshodby ItSAL BISHABCK nuiuin oo» lOMOMVTMi raws: One year WJJ'I 5^ aSSs**' *10 Six Booths. 1.8SBlacloo*f*os Subscriptions payable towUly ta aJtuice. col—D. llhae. 10 additional teyHgyf* Oaanucr RATM. MM a their subscrlpiions will wpl» nest nwber, and ttnleis the subscription laxwwed the paper will be dhewulwwd. 4y 1 & dfhifceoliMDn, lyear, »40. j«ir, 110. OMrMlf ooliunn, 1 7*Wi I™' aiBCM notice* In local oolamn, 1ft c»Jf afctse notioes to afwotol nolle* eoloesa, 10 A»r»wwaiMW, per ots. per beneesoted as solid type of the sise used lath* body «f the ^dyertlsemcnt. XO ttmscn lifilUU Subscribers finding en foliowtog thejrna«« will aadtrrtaad that the A »nn fw irhkh tb^ l»«e 1W* retaining a ooaMoiMkm of tt| per cent.—or •for each yearly sabserlpHaa. •Sfif? Si ^bd Is adopted, net Heoanae we are afraid to the plan moat ntUfrctofy to the geowal rebeenber, and more conTenleot'fof __A_ Postmasters are iutkertud to act as ow ynt*, 16 eenti Bi...

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 February 1875

f^be ^ismartk Bismarck, D. T., ELECTION FRAUDS. ^[es^.^&agbter and Hackett have jw6 If J!?.!? .1?*™: spent the win.tc^ contestingseatsin the Legislature. 1jjrySiap^^jdid\hit.r^ qeive amajorityof flwnTptesiOtst,/Mt was given a certificate if election Mir, Ha(fcett did receive nMyO^Tj^.tlie lf elep,ti£,n to ijftM* Tj^was ii clearly entitled w*s ,&iyen to another? This through a fraud no more justifttt^ ble thitrwas the O'^ien^frpudin 13^ th^riugb wh'icih' b|ficeVij:'^ho yec^yed'/.a mi^pxjty oif the Toltt/pp\were defeated, t\Wrr^j^nVce.r$%a^8.ejeotfpn, a#4 those who, repejyea tnfcori* en ,fip$iciojis names yfSMi gigped! to ura w^ich ey^njemityr :9fjth$ ya^rn^ bo^rd knevf itojje'.b^gus, ftp4 these rd turns ^rere'accpi^p^Ri^dfbi?! &jis£ of QVty, tyro hundred And $fty p^taqd ec|L Trote^' #nd ev^jm^oabw qf the pan passing £oaird ,kn?^ nerg jr#s not the, napae of a l^gaLyotjer. in tn,e wtiaVe,iutek, yet. tjie, rettirn wa» .^ccejte^,. $e:vote counted, the right crashed to,the ear...

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 February 1875

•fc V" !•. ., „w bo properly done, snch engineer dull Mcnttte wit and fortMk retfM hUmcceoUnce thereof to the iuv nutil UuC SI W6 ••—•r-"" _« front of. or along any block or piece °f grouiul,then tract, always reporting Mi acceptance to the city council for ""*J 8BC. 28. or pieces of ground g.„ii.n,n ^n^roQect to tfie seme, from the fheneve "appropriation resolution. tftejuaxor, oil? gh®jj® the property, respectively affected by such appro priatlon. Such assfi council, and when ct shall be payable as provided In tlye qeyt section 33U93£fcnUU5 ded in tlye qeyt section.^ SEC. 3d. "Such damage sUlpJI&frMatfcfedFuir of such property, and be deposited with the city treasnrer, subject to the order of such owners, Res­ pectively, before such property shall be taken for the SEC. 32. The mayor and council is hereby re 3nira^ fnr pete ror "the" 6ale""of T53hdslfeld b. bonds that can be nurchasjfi upo terms shaAl&effcOTedk SEC. iJw. lSoiwbey*hfltljbel^cn 2 made by the city, except in p...

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 February 1875

s* A* BISMARCK AND VIQIMITY. Bismarck, D. T., Feb. 10,1875* 1 Itfrtoe. trermtm or in 4 zx •0 I 9 jtong WT n«a *i II 'Mfamojvfl OS At N SB SSISSE 88E&&8 •MB HfgkMt tenpcntaie,. LoWU* temperature, -W The fi&c&sery Set in Motion, On Monday afternoon, cud V. «. A tvokif^rm Mroi?.J'fW .vulirn of conaoM ionccLTOW, BIMAKCK, »iIOM TMBTTOtT. .« kiiiii 1" SSoSSSB cT $£S3SSS ittiNniH poiA«o A O S 5 sf »=. g«0 SSSB«B&tf'£a aoipuia 4mp«H OMR gftggggg •jaiaeoaueqi •«»W *2 fi«1 fi !3gg iaStnS Services at (be Presbyterian Church in the morn lDf at hair past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half past seven. Prayer meeting en Thursday eveaing at half past sevea o'dlock. ORGANIZATION OF THE CITY GflYEBSMEHT. InaQgurtal Address af Mayor Hackatt. HMDJI9G AND APPROVAL •OtmOERS' BONDS. OP Feb. 8th, the respective city officers Assembled s* Reardon's Hall, to perfect theorgamzal tkm-of a municipal 'government for the eity ofiBtemarek The Couacil was oalled to order, Mayor Heokett presiding...

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. — 17 February 1875

An Independent JtiewipfcpW ^jpHHwd by THE BISIUJU^ TBPIITliB CO. .....'-^S^^SSb^r Subscription* pa*tolnveii*lly,*"**•**«« ,.0, .jWUMntBBfo •AWD% UJIBIMT. sertlons, 50 cte: $2 idjlltiflinalJtfsfctt|crokfE25.1 cdMtom* l^eiiTr WS»i S^tiSSjBL oHtt adV^rtiaenteniv^1 r,L XXT Jw. •'T-- TO bpbbcrI teiw .1~ -!/•. r.r^Luu^ UxL3A Sobfcribert will undetttM ,«5SSlf2 0 3 a O Advertistoitots' lnseit^i under tWS hefi^ tf® lewtplvSnooa, *5.00 additional lines at BO. Ml&CBM^LAVSOV'B. TCSMag8M?fS5^? piny sit •2.W'pfery^r J.w RAYMOND A CO., Bankers. Interest al lowed ob time deposits, Exchange bougM and sold, Ac. BAL & PETERSON, Gon and Lock SmStba. TAMES DOUGLAS CO.—Heavy and 8kelf fj Hardware, tinware, A«. .- E0KFOBD. J-,« A BTAN, Merchant Ta»ore. CloU- ing a^d.Gent's yurniihimg 6*?°^ ±j :-.p fOR8TBR—ReBtaurant. Board by tke day or week, fre«h Ofttdn, Atf.» H. STIMPSON-^Bookr, Stationery, News W ytftperq/MagazineB, Ac. 'TEAHNS A tiOUIS—Honse and Sigh P»^^ TBBD' STBADSS, Jewelle^. Watches, Clo...

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. — 17 February 1875

-Sir. i*b«.- rfht ^femnrth ^ibBwe, j(fd^ 'i. BiBmsrok, D. T., Feb. W, 1875 M. At Yankton,when the Supreme Court ytHHfarg ^i dBcision distastefat to any member of the high-toned, sensitive denizens of that metropolis, an indig­ nation meeting is assemMed to express theft displeasure and to t^acb the judges of the law their duty. This is refinement ef civilizatipn which ap­ pears to be peculiar to the "judicial mind" of what General Sheridan would be likely to define as the rabble court of that city, who take it for granted that nothing is settled until they have passed upon it. Whether it is a rail­ road case or a question involving some of the intricacies of the criminal code, judges of long experience and unim­ peachable character are arraigned be­ fore this mob tribunal,if their decisions do not square with those inculcated at "pool clubs," and in corner saloons, or by salons still more assinine in all their impulses and instincts. The sentiment that goes forth with these demonstr...

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. — 17 February 1875

on tne^canvas, a circle around it^tth {I^ad ^e&cil£ then But it provec^the. ruip of jny fond hopes. The pictutt 4rts diify ccrtnpleted, and with my own ha^ds carried tender­ ly to the Exposition 'rooms anddelirered 'it to the1 Spectacled usher. "My dreams that night were of cloudland, and more moons appeared on the horizon of my sleeping thoughts than astounded the astrologers in the days of good King John. But, alas! Next day I repaired to the Art Gallery with a beating heart, and there was my precious picture hang­ ing upside down against the wall, the near sighted usher hating mistaken the lake for the sky. It attracted great at­ tention, and all day long a distinguish­ ed group of savajis and naturalists lin­ gered about it, learnedly discussing its points, and pointing out its merits and defect. I was wounded to the soul to perceive that the little twinkling star, gleaming softly in the halo's circlet,had been unanimously set down in their note books as a shell'fish and des...

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. — 17 February 1875

"J IT f1"hV i? Bi«mwolc,D. T* Fd»^ 13»W{ .c^o'^raq "B 4 £8 II .. smkiXCC, W&toTA TfcKkltOET. .. japmoiiuoqx n«»ll jgrymonx n«H O as •m O O JOBIAH 9BLAKATSB. rr.J-ii. ®S §"2 5 l± S85 fj? lssSlstf l.tf aa oT ui*H •tt0C8 jo vnny PM -A 4 0. :^88888 pQUftP aqisaiKI "^V |S Jf »v .«rr-': rfKni'* f."_ «5 •'S wg ff «5 i5 ".3 «*0 a §*2?l8§ H^PbmoowS All those" wbp htfW horses 'afflicted with any kind of diseasetfflK#!!, idnWCL TlffiRINAitT SURGEON, of 15 years peVmanenfly located at Bionarck, and who will treat all diseases to which, the harje is subject. /~T II il Office W D^nn A, Co's, SU?re ,or at Cbas* HcCttty'stlveTyfltable.:-Prug no?l8-1874-T-lvm3. b'M v.w *-4SBa*3ii*SSS22~ jci:: ii-0 «. .AG .aiioH bar, &'•••• Towels, ,0c-x r-t t". y.oVwt'A. Jt&rmtu&z 4»viilltoD SarlrMfefeaei S IdMri Fred FormanSanl ,Ganon Francis 2 H^y, Joseph •y r-.: -y^a: ,T .1 ,I0SAla: sps/- PUtidjhaliin*,wmH*.60*for\ PlainPoplinSj^woHhSOcfprI -ff 4 v.T*" f*\ "V »A i« 7/if' A r»4 Vi •. .4 Vv' Vu' *Q3...

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 February 1875

0ne 2. t.-.,H? VOL. 2. JgtTEARFS ft tOClS—Etouse •g'l til)' XRAD8S, d«i lOrii An independent lte»i^ip«* THE BISMARCK BCBBOMWW* WW«» .ear ft-OOlttoefcinnntha.: 75 nontbf. 1.25 Bintf ecopies....... 10 Subscriptions payable ^irfl^jfe^wce. ADVERttra&l&ras\ Tramibxt.—1 square, sertions, 60 eta. each. •£»&$**&- Jf?®' $2 additional insert&naIl4®4 'r 1 time, 98.00 a^na^rttoM column, 1 time.Afi} arf&Vonal4pfWgW»|J#' column, ltlme, #10 additional insertion! •«. COB tract RATJW .-rP^f. «!**?& V*ptW* _^nc1 eighth column, 1 year,. 140-1 year, $10. One4alf.c§lain»i column, 1 yety»grgjjaivj iicdt ijUV/ Local pwrs Uw-- Bu in no a S $ siness noticBS in sp&tfal. potice coljp»B, lv.Cts, per liDf, iu .• ./ t'tsl Ct&£ -J Legal ADVHRTis«ta«M» per nqfase, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 of tyw u*^ making one SST'fi? be measured as solid type «rthe size used In the body of the advertiymeat 1.r TO SIJBSCPIHl^S. Subscribers finding aaT foUowing their names will understand tha...

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 February 1875

tsrnurc Bismarck, D* T., Feb. 24* 1875* Gen. Bosser returned to Minneap­ olis from "Washington Friday. He re­ ports all hope of aid for the Northern Pacific lost for the present, though the directors will keep the enterprise alive by extending the line west to the Sweet Briar, and from Duluth to Superior the present year. The prospects are good for the pas­ sage of the Pembina bill. The estab­ lishment of the capital at Bismarck, the 'fitting out of the Yellowstone expedi­ tion and the construction of military posts in the Black Hills region, togeth­ er with the Black Hills excitement, will make things pretty lively in Bismarck the coining yean The Old Claim' Against the Chilian Government* The claim against the Chilian Gov­ ernment, which has just been settled by the payment of $20,000 to our Secreta­ ry of State, is but vaguely understood by many persons, an the following particulars which we obtain from the New Bedford Standard will prove of interest: The ship Good Return, of New...

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 February 1875

dian ingenui|y^fp^eWwi^ftijHfd venturous tramp Jig™ /°2.rtl Ross and movements of the pursuing party were plainly visible. Anumtfor of .dogs were in" advance and ran hither and thither across the plain.coursing and doubling, ayelping loudly as they, caught the sceat. Several- Indian scouts came next, riding wildly about, whipping up their ponies, one moment, and suddenly checking them the next. They had scented theijr prey M' MlfaW qtl^dflSrtll^ WiV^oTO ifrtoTKllgiie and banger began JMpH be^rilyr upon Jacob. 'TMirfeet wert UNi psd swollen, with constant beat ana5r*cqtfe«t sana blows, and their bodies weak and trero blintr from the waot^of iratetaoiiM food They had grown rife*Vius, too, and start ed fitfully at the slightest noise, fearful of pursuit and capture. Bat the Cor­ poral was as fresh and breezy as on the first morning of their 4epa*t|ire «*d his tongue and ieet as nimble aa at the start. The wheels of his. conversation never flagged, and though his lively prattle had ceas...

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 February 1875

a. r. inn /i StSMAFfCK' Vfgftflf* Bismarck) Di T., Feb. 24ji875 A -'T.- TYTT Bipfcl Setylo?' u- f. A DIVI810II OF TELKGRAK3, ""SSX'JKL BUirtt or coinuuic* aw agrictjl?c*b, IISVUCI, il*OTA TSHKITOKT. 33SS£$« nn*H J*on3 10 -iniy jf^'oopA *n«« P°!M J® uojpaaia '*AV ItlPimitH U«3H Si Seeaog'SS ggggsss jspaxoaudtij, uwjq MspaioMfi uvapg half Se&88888 £H£i£j Highest teffiper&ture, 30* Lowest temperature, -80* Service* at the Presbyterian Church in the morn ink at half past 10 o'clock, in the evening at half ba^eereb. Piayer meeting on Thursday evemng at past aeveo o'clock. ^nki'tW ^ILiMiTkk 0*0. P. FL1HK*RT SELU£&fSS & PLANKEEY, ATTORNEYS AJK* COUNSBLLOH&AT-tAW, REAL AND ^SFHANCK A0ENT8. BI8MAB0K, D. T. Lands, located. Abstract# of tHle furnished, and collection of claims promptly, attended to. l-47if All those have-horses afflicted with any kind of di4e#sej ctallvW --'"C," W. P.McElroy, PRACTICAL t£«£RlNA&? SKRGHSON, of 15 years^ndjqg, w"W has p^fflaneqtly located...

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. — 3 March 1875

1 wiavoxssJ VOL. 2. An rrH® JB ,) Inde^ndjnt**»»••*'}fnMlshedbr thb BisiuM'iimnffi coT cqfomtf l.tim#* fttt ln*r«oiif|fr.. tJokrsAcr RATIadditional tiness W. IL Jf.r JW. J• CLARK JF. N P. CLASS— Batter,' Grain, K-* MIOS: snKDinrriaaio One JOB D.V) SoWriWwi filidlngM "Y"fo^«^g-«Mcn»"g *fil' understand that the A term Utorlcal Socictf OW «ta Iaa .n 10 ::J-r glstsoDthi........."ls# SubWrtptidus payable Wtarikbly In advance. AbyBl^8tNQ 1LAT&. Tmun.-4 Muare, ltime, 41* ^Additional in cofiimn, -One^half column, |,ttae. $6 tddNpnid b»g*W 4*- PM *.—Ones^uare L«®* ljfeerj UOXTSACT KATira.—vne sqiuirv ijw.y-~. «igfciti cblusm, *«. ^(te-fo'mh^colamn^l year, $70. Qptfrhj^l colunwa.l 7**r W®' ,i°?e ^I^^L Nwci»il--*dIlorUl, 25 eti. per Hie* Bj» «lnes8 notices In localco^uma, notices 1Q ^ptcltl riiptJo# column, 10 L««LAIIJKFTTKMTXMPNNRRS,.PA* rtKe advertisement*.. ,, .. ., ..,. .. 3 GHBIS. Qtiipt' J,M *«QIM»T foJ„*h^VS Have mid their/ iwbscrlptibns will expire with toe iHe'pl&n most s&...

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. — 3 March 1875

ffrie 3$i»marfk Bismarck, D. T., &&- Injustice to 0. ~*$L. should be said that, in printing his Fxrgo letter wh-efefreneontrastg thevote of Bismarck with the Bed River valley, the dotabpogitors made him say "they can out Vote"as ten to one," instead of two to oh® was written, and which was true at the last election. Immedi­ ate steps were taken byther Col. to counteract the effect of the erroneous statement, and it is not believed harm can come of it. Bismarck has no firmer friend or earnest advocate than the gentleman in question. He not only has extensive interests in our village—interests that will be seriously impaired if the village does not prosper—but has recently purchased a half section of railroad land near the village, in addition to his mother real estate interests. "When Uis marck'people come to'know the nature of the work the Col. has put in for Bis marck this winter, they will have no causc for complaint. In further explanation we will state that our Yankton c...

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