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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 May 1879

4 dy'i f^irf''"' -fi* KS ^.? JiaftenoTpe «of jaifiu's ifG^Vt QiIt "No about all I .know about it I have heard from other,peisons." HjDid !you -eft* feat the Elihti lent' Gen. Grantsmoney to fequip himself for the war?"^ f- "I don't know mnch abotit their finan­ cial relations* A proninient miinliii Ga lena-told me.thi*: rThatijrGrant, was called forward to [prea d^ at[ a ^ldiers' meeting, and he told Elifiij.a§ his Con­ gressman, that he thought it was his dnty^l^Iiii^^ M/ftmy. Elihu gave him a letter to Gov. Yates, recommend­ ing him as an ex-officer of the regular iirmy, who had graduated at West Point, and'who ought to haVe a' regiment.* My inforbiant saidthatTates put/ Grant in the Adjutant's office, and set him to copying. .After a while Grant, 8jMd to the Governor: You ckn get' a lilan to do this work at $1 a day, and, if this is all'yoirhave'to give me, I shall gp back to Galena.' The.day following Met ar.A rival in Galena I am told' that a gentle­ man saw Grant between daybr...

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. — 10 May 1879

"BY HMMTLEY ft JEWELL SBBSOBIPTIOWBATBSi VnaT, One $2 BO [IX. VIN» *WM» •fgSix.Months,:::. :. Three Months a- ADVERTISING KATES: BaCoh?rac°t'^tlB^^Sne a'nd^^dty no. 73 H'.* ansient.—4)ne inch* one tithe' $1 subsequent erttoni, JOeant*::additionaTlines, nonpareil Mine rate. LegaT ^dticej".—Scventjr-flve cents per folio for sfirat Insertion and fifty, cents per/olio for each Inch', three mouth*, 2^ inches, three month*.AlflL J6 Incite*, $1A .10 Inches, $25 SO inches, ««. Professional cards, four linea or ,le»a, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50., ,A I Local bualnesa. notices, 10 centa ^er .line each insertion. I ., A*} Original p^ertffi $1 pa* lifiei fi it All bills-' for Advertising" wilt DO collected monthly. 1 Arrlvalt&nd'D>epartitre of^Mailm. 4i^eilS^f^raCS': 16 p. is? le§veExcept' Sunday at 7:45 a. in. I^eave^ fojr Forts Stevenson, B^rthold rad^Bur Leave for Fort .Bice npd-8 tending Bock, eve^y Soiday^Wedtieaday andFriday :returning,' arrive Blistered' Office open f...

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. — 10 May 1879

MIMES CITY MAMtAUDEiMtS.- They Are Being »tr«ne up fm,Tliefcr Lawleamtea*. .IUJ.S TO Mileb City, M. T. May 2nd, 1879.— For months this country Jbas beeninfested by bandreds of horse" audi petty l&teney tteiVes. Property of every description has taysteriously disappeared, aad it appealed impossible to procure evidence toieoAvtct. But to-day we have an uprising of this people, the theives are being hanged and driven from the country. Two horse thieves were strung up last night About twenty sneak theives weVe "ticketed" yesterday, and disappeared during tihe night, and the probabilities are that in a month the entire country will be purged ««f this class of people. The best settlers for one hundred miles above and below on the Yellovtttone are now concentrated here and it is supposed the "Commitee" uumbers at least two hundred determined men, great excitementprevails the theives JMid pimps are to-day endeavoring to or­ ganize a counter commitee, but in this they will fail, as a gre...

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. — 10 May 1879

rar- ausaotityb fimdi/m 4 A Battle with a Tarantula In Sttokl The tftmnfaila js the desnexado of the spider family it freonen attains the to Resent an appeaist* so formidable that a sensitive lady, ev if H8ed to seeing the tarantula, scream at the sight. The tarantula is, in fact, makes dwelling! oealed tackle soon I spring at you like a tiger, jumping to an astonishing height—sometimes three or four feet. He is one of the most poisonous of the family n®, and his bite is said to Tbe man fatal that of the rattlesnake. In a set* tlement called, Grai^TineJPrairie, near of a ta0&Qf iamil ilFea|bSr8tonB f^aafone day «empied^ gathering rbcks on the roadside. Upon overturning a large flat rook he was suddenly confronted by a large tarantula, the sue^df a man's hand, snugly ens$bb«fedj wLiuaibest along with a number of young taran­ tulas. The big one was yellow and black-striped, and delayed, the ume inimitablecdlor tfatlhattufe bfeetom ok the "bearf^ul8%kl" %zipg a%rg| stick/MasW'Feafh...

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. — 10 May 1879

BOV Tie whispered in the ear of (Sod,, Tia murmured through our tev», 'Tla linked with happy cnHdhOpCd^ And 'blessed in riper. y&u^^jf That hallowed word 19 ne'er forgot, No matter where we roam. The purest feelings of thelte$rtr ~f gtijj cluster round our home. Dear resting place, where wee May dream away ite care* Love's gentle star unvails her light Anil shines in beauty.there.:... £T DR. THOBNE'JS PRESCRIPTION, BY IDA ROWLAKIS." "There is on^-thing I never will do, and that is mairy a widower," said Laura, with more energy than ebc had displaved, before in-a week, the idle white fingers meanwhile beating a quick tattoo on.^the. pane covered with drops, and her hea9F,T with its bright-bronze 'hair, nodding two emphatically that the ivy leaves... afc her were all in a tremble. Nor a doctor," said Aunt Prudence, shrewdly, as she* glanced dut of "her window in time to see Dr. Thorne's,bug-. gy, well spattered with country mud, go around the corner, and the stately doctor.* under...

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. — 10 May 1879

BISMAR *A«0 lift rtfj JtMBR J|. coaxy.-ytt. There df®i8mtrckl odgo Xo.'lJO^ 7R K. &.$£.,^a^htld In their hall oa RTIE-flrststtd^hlra -mondayi'of eich Rionth at .7. jjJjr Brotor. i. I.O.O.F. Mandan Lodge Na. 12 *dw '. BrotWrs in goodTtandiri& are cordially in« wMd. •'•"•*•J.M:€AB$FAHAN, N.G. LOUIS HEpHLER, B. See. BELIGIOF8 SERVICES. EPISCOPAL CIJU.RCfl—Rev. J. CJ, Miller, B. 1., rector. Services at' the 'brick fechool house every Sunday at 11 a. m. and ,7 p. m. Sunday sclioot'aff^r morningvacfvicer All are cordially 'invited to attend. METHODIST CHURCH—Services every San dayjUith* City-Ball, at 11 a. p., .and 7:3a p, ro.. Suawj-ScKofll immediately.rftdr 4ho mortilngf Kocflceo.' Prayer meeting «ve»y£Tnarsday even-1 in* at 7:80 p.m. Gio. W. Babnett. Pastor, PRESBYTE er and Second bath services atfll a.' m. tfnd/7:8(ri.' m./ Bttnday at the eiosebrthe morning service. Prayer School Ub bUC KIUBU U1 u.ug cw^ meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Seats fr^e. DOUGHNUTS. "*T -'V if ishm...

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. — 17 May 1879

¥M ijgiti&&8l M3F^ ?-i8 10PHM82TJIM083M •:.d^C •-WtijT •icsrr e6 vap*f*?\r. T^CHS {'keS: .TTB.'' tB l' .: •... inmniMiwfiwuwiiT^i—r-*——•»—i xM ^MSgBat^fig^S -^:r, j?*-# TIF nyiov 'H IV IHHlHi LIUUUH-PPSES. .fiy.rr.WM&r'— A-J. (W7 h. iv ,7 OF nKMio: iris •llt'e of Bo*d£ ft»r felling —liloBor-^Scw "BlBetloiji. /pKeeeinct festaibiiB^ed---A Speeial ^jjeetlta ta l»© i|6ld TMrth VJW7' Haiibui and is a A I BWNABCK, April 28—'•The Bolrd pf County Commissioners met persuant to y^9^Ftei!^^JviPfi^^y«Echaiiia(in ., ^oseEh JLarg.w4 Ja|., A^ Jppons^ Hoteeit seconded and carried ttiat no .. accordance w^th cl^ptgr 3^of4l)e laws, if., Dakota territory, passed and approved February 22,1879, "An act tb regulate the sale df intoxicating liquors," that the li c«n86 be and is herleby fixed at ^he. rate of $500 per year, and shall not run for a longer .period, than the first Monday, of the January next ensuing its issue, and g, yerery- tpcenee granted? fir, piMpose aflirtsald shall ehd oi the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1879

it nAi fy:'-'^Sod h' In 1 NEWS SUMMARY ,% RIOTS AND CRIMINALS murderer was lynched at Sidne Neb^ on the night of May 10, Four hondre citizens partictcd in the act. Andrew Manning of Donillsonvill, Con May 12. in a quarrel, killed his wife, spliting open her head with an axe, and then drowned William H. Brush a prominent brick —mtf&forer of BufiFalo, N. Y^was fatally shot itay 12, by his brother-in-law, Ellis Hampton. r^^CSSlierfaMy difflculfi^ "i «eonsin offlcers~witha requisition from ^the «l'l aftffektrfr MIvS ©i%lfe ihorflin^k tramp de jnanded money-in-lhe-posession im of Frank Car- */,„ ^^Bd^rai^ay^axxdmftpsrefused, I a Winnipeg adyieesi state that the mili .tary^' mrriTed at £ettion 15" GaMdlan Ijacificr •railrniyj, on tji§ night aQ? 9 and nnjested eiviutu tv vi/uiQivii *v*» v"y strike IS niiw^f^^rded as pra'cticiiiy Gilded. •1' 'Ofi the ^omingof !®ay| '^0) Jjj'excur- bk'rty of tli'e directors and#iefiai\rtio hafl I'VbdewUnspecting ridW Svork'6htlie'Cffedit'Valley •T,i' mil...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1879

d*y 3 HTP OAH AH at Colorado*1 MOBS MsmAmum haa any other sinner. SoABLKrJever i* inNewTf arrested for cold JERUSALEM is ish population men WORYITI£S^&&fiAirea cragy ^jalMMfciiii .fttovear OS ^BB Chinaman. iB soon to mafry a yonng white woman in, that city. ViBiTonJofttiyDetf nM jEdp he has ttKro'tdVonBTOat ni, sleeping by day. THB ing, consists df war is in A TE of cold earth of flower-pots, without injury to plants. ':/rA Two NEW cables are proposed by the new FxertQmMnime to from th from Lalncrs Eiid to Nova Scotia. THE ed a pn manufacture of aTWJSir frofia ttie fig tree. LONDON fogs are notorious, but the city of perennial brightness, casionally as murky. People could nol seeto read thereon theday before Cr mond, N. H., had a steel trap and three feet of chain attached to its leg, wbjph it had carriifljfrflAj^lfo rixngJea away. ciSAA THB Montana Legislature is com* posed as follows: Council—Democrats, 8 Bepub^M^^I 5.^Hp{iis^of Eepre ientataves-^Deriiocirati!, 19 Bepubli ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 17 May 1879

Wimr, One Tear, 8U Xoathr on aaaia nie ODD *4 inches lichwi 10 lii Prarwloiw ett addltio: tlittM, flftl or Ima, |er nam,$10 sdditloaarilaesifSM* Lml bnsineee notices, lQpsats ffr Its# sack insertion. A Orient) poetry, |i perllne. .. .. All bllla^^AdvertUlaf will to colleetad monthly. rrinw wwiwfai 1 Arrival *nS Jap*i'imr* 0/Moils Oa £«ys ^^7or Jtefa8te«eBMm, Berthold and Bit ford and the Tongue river Boats every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving every Monday* WednesdayanftXriaay. •. the If orthora Pacific mall arrives daily, Men 1 excepted, at 7:46 p. m. Leave daily, except lay at W a. to. Leave for FfttBice and Standing Bock «vwy Saodav, WedhWdiy and Friday: returning, arrive every Monday, Thtraday and Saturday, Leave forlleadwood and other points in the IS'eck Hills iaily at* p. m. Xegisterad Mails for all Points Close at5 P. M- Ofltce open foam 9 a. to. to TiSO p. m. On San­ tera from rt*MT S. St.* sad 4 to 7p. ia. The Post Oflw is sow supplied with the .tea dollar refolding...

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. — 17 May 1879

£cj 'J --f-k,. W-^Wi :w"W'!!fh 'onUmMS^mJWf a^omiid until att p. m. M|fSf ^dae^a y.Mmy Bismarck, M§y 14.—Board, Gommi ment JsMph Mora of Burii river be election Un praGlnct. Man Move« ig^eirHil tianbekalddfrUie in precinct No. one ,(1) in the City of Bitmuck far the iucnoa of one (1), jus­ tice of the peace and oifrOl) constoofo ac cordinf to law in sock c*se. made and pvarided. The poll tf Mid-elec«tonJ will P. Davit be appointed judges of said election. tionb?^j^2^ptJ^^^ Halted Aaj 14,1879, for one (1) justice of the peace and one (1) constable. The poll of said election will be. luelcl atftlTe'hpuiie of Edmond HacketCM1^, P. Byrne andiTOannbe appmnted judges of elec$iog. On mOitfii the.lbllowiDg i)ills weie al­ lowed and ordered paid in county orders on genec|l |tiM: ..5,^ ••*. #r\ 'Ee.$ ais&et!toafE%al ^^mnterwMan"..: t« list of 1879. 13 00 PlOBS 1 book«f^jrirriu»ti.. SO 00 relopcs. 90S. BOO envoi Bismarck Trlbnne Co., publishing proceed logs board countT_commls*ioneTS..~ Mo...

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. — 17 May 1879

I it li mcBt faaMnnaMo London, the bridegroom MWted bridd to ftriw her oini jvnk ^iii •he ***, tn* Mh havenow oomgjn amoun decline York Star. VISIT A56S1/8 "It is cold out of a miser dance for joy, he looked snow-covi could stay at home to-night and take care of yon and the babies, Jenny. And I would only for—* Ee thought of how much wi pinching them, and would not den the hearts of those mentio: "Only wife she wj&- taEng care or their two children. Only that they'll tbewantinffme/! replied. You kn eve, and we've gottetr upanextra en­ tertainment." Yes, Tom, and a sorry day for us, now that I aoopiBipk, Mdjzhe oKDSren wanting medicfc^ anft—j shA wdBld have said "|poo|L)&it rodLnotrodr to add a feather's weight to his load—" and so much depends upon yottf "I ing the striving to conceal his anxiety but I am well and strong, Jenny,_an~ winter is nearly over and well again." "But if anything should happen to you?" sh "Don't nmi he said, repressing a sob as he thongfoft of how ti...

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. — 17 May 1879

1 pptllflSr Sf "PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. •J» »ir ifl*V /3V riti£——2k M" i^'v* to Prevent nee at Elections. oc toe dent returning ^iipport ofth£ ^hn3 Ewfrwiigr-also Repre careful consideration of the'bill entitled "an MMoj^pr^TP^at Jmi^ta^intejference .atelec turns?*1 return to tfieHouse of Represent tatlves, in which it originated, with the folio w- fn House a^comi^^telfeon'^^Oto the rotection against the standing, apny. .Ihc referred* t£*tliaifc' sinpe/Hie ,passage ,z l'orthltfa'ctAby Congress^ State -and-munfeipal elections have been held throughout the Union j1 and that in no-instance has corrtplainjt be€fi made of the preaentieUnited gtates-soldiete at the polls. Holding as I do the opinion that any military interference whatever at the polls K' lis contrary to the spiritofiittr constitutionfaiid •, -would tend to destroy.the freedom .of elections, and sincerely desiring to concur witn' Con iuaaUn^f^Lst.measuce^ it is -with^very great regret*that I am forced to the conclusion that th...

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. — 17 May 1879

a y5HJ 1 .. (VUM 10 wmMw iia ,,f,V 'JjlSEt'j'jf -XtitUM tftf BISMAKOK, 8 Wj$'W &{W r"f- jSSp «r 4?m^:fi ,'first and third "mondajrs of each month at-® ^SsBpff aUSTTi I.O.O.F good standing arc coraiauy in J. M. CAEN AH AN, N. G. JOUIS HECHLER, K. Sec. SundaySchool immediately after the morning services. Prayer meeting evoryThursday even GKO. W. BABNETT. iag at 7:30 p. m. J8Bb6t" the &p/5f e. TteXhicagC^^Y*# Heraldh&s #b owner Q! this weel^i i-- Capt.Wi* steamerKe steamer ney 9:80 a. m. and'the the funding fc^en^ i.j^22j£2SEiI£—i— c.. rf. .-.- RELIGIOUS 8EBVICEB. EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Be*.. J. Miller, EPISCOrAJj UhU titxl—JttCT. «J. u. jniuer, j. •,, "^eryije* at the. brick school1honse Ver?i89nd»r 4lli'a= nk. and 7 p.m.aubday rreetot. TpnmTng aprvlf-fl. All -«rC Cordially evera xicboul invited to attend. ,:.. .. at Pastor. Uer and SectmdS.feDoddV-Pa&cw1.-'Sab hath services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at the close of the morning service. Prayer meeting NVednead...

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. — 24 May 1879

1"" Cv ft Mil ,fi •!j*H c^rjsrtASJ .iz,,*a& *»n- -':itfC b:c'f 'i- WiU'ii.toi.? VOL. if, A' a*i va/C VI BULL PREPARING FOR BUSINESS. E&TEN8IVE'yTOUMl OB CHRIS TBE :SC&UT^}^ .5. .-^. Vv AN-EXTENDED TOUR. 1 t'U Xi-tiui, 'The Yellowstone and its Tributaries —A Beautiful Country—Sitting Bull Gone North—Long Doc and Others Beady to Fight—A Sum­ mer's Campaign Sure. [Special Correspondence of The Tribune.] FORT^BELRNAP, M. T., May 1.—Know­ ing THE TRIBUNE'sgreedfor reliable news from this part of the country, and the manner in which its readers throughout the east appreciate its efforts in this re­ spect, your correspondent may indulge in a description of a recent extended tour through the Yellowstone country, the gar­ den of the west, which will be of interest. The weather has been delightful, as it nearly always is in this country, at this .season of the .year. On the ,7th of March I started out up the Yellowstone. Went up as far as Fort Ellis, or Bozeman, and returned to th...

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. — 24 May 1879

.110 fclr 1(i NEWS SUMMARY. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. The Grand Jury returned indictment ments, May 15, against the keepers of seven houses of prostitution in St. PauL A. thieving posfcoffice clerk, Ed. Stew­ art, was sentenced at Indianapolis, May 19 to-two years in-flie peMfieintiary^ Isaac T. Ifeff, of Anilla, Indiana, went to visit friend^ in Franklin county, Ohio, with $600 on his person,, and was murdered. Later advices from Mokelumne Hill, California reveal tlie fact tii^t.the death,of Auditor Maynard occurred at his own hands by stabbing himself. Alexande Cohlii, the Milwaukee forg­ er, has been arrested in Richmond, Ya. Wis­ consin officers with a requisition from the Governor h&ye gone after hint -i John Flynn, with "Davy the Kid," in thp robbery of a diamond ear-ring from a lady walking on Fifth"avenue, New York, was sen­ tenced May 20, to 18 years in the State prison. On May 16, six criminals at various points in the country were executed for vari­ ous crimes one was sen...

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. — 24 May 1879

r- •v^f rl P5 ft I Jl! sMsi POPULAR scnmcR A small quantity of salicylic acid is feundto st^-gernunatioii altogether. •tEKeiiicjMadio^ aasfien^t. DB. HALLxr'says that the total evap­ oration caused by the rays of the son on the surface of the Mediterranean sea amounts to 58,800,000,000 tons of water in one suQuner day^ ,.^ s:. FBOII the France excellent fue In' tons* mucfy w&&e iiiv&)&! ,...„. iinifiiigi AncP-\rliere coal is much cheaper, the manufacture of artificial fuel is only about 200,000 tons a year. Germany.. make§ fpel, for the most part, from peal ancUsuniJar earths. PORK differs from beef and mutton, not orflyj but in the larger pro portiqn|pf fat ('to leab^flesh. This is due *botk W%henature^of4he animal, in its tendency to store up fat, and to the habit of so feeding and treating it that this tendency may be fully developed. The. pig stores up in^tibbay ffir^ more of its food than the ox, and by so much is it more cheaply and quickly grown and fattened. ...

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. — 24 May 1879

ffW-' {un "7 I yji •A 1 #. .•:# 1*. IF %jag£" ®be $i*morclt Sribuitc. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WEEKLY, One Year, -. IJ# Six Months -i :.-•«• 180 Three Months ,.,. 75 1 ___ .: .ij'.nf ADVERTISING RATES: 'v^mU «•,-»•• ansient.—One inch, one time1 $1 subsequent ertions, 80 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-flTe cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per foil© for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 24 inches, -three months, *10 5 inches, $1& 10 Inches, $25 90 inches, $50. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.60. Local basiness notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK. SATURDAY, MAY 24,1879. .. HATING disposed of my interest in THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, I commend the pa per and its new management to those of its readers who have paid their subscrip­ tions, and to any who may h...

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. — 24 May 1879

v. MEANDERINGS AROUND MANDAN.^ (From our own Special Correspondent.) r.,-||* *I$ MAKDAH, May 23.—Our town (or what «rer-it-is) has a somewhat damp appear­ ance- The dampness extends to the depth of several inches all over the place, and -work on the road is quietly progressing. The track has been laid to the river, and the second crossing. The Heart river is booming. Yesterday the sixth crossing bridge went down stream. It has been so muddy and rainy this week that there has lieen but little business transacted, and the place has been rather dull.' This week brings forth the first number of the Man dan Criterion, which will be a spicy, newsy little paper. Kate Bailey, of Moorhead, is putting up a fine, two story building heie. It was first put on Wright avenue, but some of the residents in that vicinity objected to its being there, as it is a sort of an ill shaped house, and to-day she is having it moved one block east. Jas. Clark, of Bismarck, formerly with Jno. Whalen, is here wit...

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. — 24 May 1879

*",:h tX t: ,»• \,. •r. A Ejjnjwpji A' Btorj it II^De Mii'^W lBf®.' j' PhilemonHayi*and Fta&OUyEad ^beenj n«t threeweeks martiedfh They sat at breakfast in their cozy dining-room on© fine morning in gam­ mer, totally infatuated with each other. Never such happines^. 9s .|heirs before! The felicity of Adam and Jri6 lady be fore they made the ac4tiai&tanc^ of -the serpent was not to be mentioned in the fi game breath. •:.' Theykissed each otherbetween every cnp of coffee, and embraced twice-j sometimes thrice—during every meal. Just now they were speaking of disa­ greements. Some friertdd of theirs ha(d fallen ont, and refused to fall in again, "We never will #isagree,will W£, Phil, dear?" asked Mrs. Filmy. "Disagree! Will tfitf heavens fall?" returned PhiL "I sincerely hope npt. It would be decidedly disagreeabfe," laughed Fanny "but, if I thought we should ever quarrel and have harsh thoughts toward each other, I should be tempted to terminate my existence." I "My precious F...

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