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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 3 March 1875

mi-T* face was as neve but slick bcoxa bones goo her word,innown". independent and'witn first, and then Sus£«*«g» ch»p bis Wilkin Wtttt*1 wM tried to pWwtfe 1 sanftnNUK&s was only, flirtin (the srfke Of her fe de gammoir. -.• feller That was the night before I went to Gayville with my load of hay, the time When I got d*unk\ and enlisted, and that's partly one reason why4, took to drinkin' to drowri 'out th/jnemory of her sorrowful eyes. So you see, there a woman at the bottoifa jf' *U my troubles." ,, Eoss was greatly interested in Jacobs love story, but he could not understand how Jacob could boi so httd hearted as to refuse to be recon*fcd(n. Poor, Simple minded Jacob,— boasting of his knowledge of wo­ man, when he had blunder •ed s° awkwardly in. his firstlesson. Yet was he no more culpable than those wiseacres who fancy 'that because they can read one woman aright they there­ by understand the whole sex, little dreaming that it is necessary to study a new alphabet for each c...

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 March 1875

rnT^jlST •miA* j? S3 •M *5 30 §._• O S a w: \L ij. BlgjflARCK AND V,jtCIH.ITy r^T !:"u"f,'l875. Taiiv^i'i.JJIM si *. .. Stowl riTVUHrt* or! TEL*(jKA»C8. AHD* BEPO*T8 FOR 7*8 BENEFIT OF COMMKFCE AHD AOKICCLTPUB, "w^iABCIi, PAKOTJL .T*RUTO*YV, y?\ M_ a jt iiiaih IS i: jo v** paiA J® a^oaJiQ "*A.V *3 .V as iw 1 Iff sspsseg: 2 •wjaraoraJifqi '. fnsojff ss eg a, a H.- 5h 1 Servient «he-Pre«J^eHkn' CTtattti Mhe morn lf»g at half p«y* 10 d^oclt, !sl GO 'g *ii|srz'' 85-S ssss^s Highest temperature, il® Lowest temperature, -1C° Monthly Summary rxikokur. 10 t* 7 ^ao85-»fs^^ •jajanioj«a a«»K '. .•§ is *S'g^'54 •g 2-1-c' 2 ®S® 4 Mean "Barometer, Si.l.'iS. Mean Thermometer, -2.882*. MeataOomidity.. 68.251. Highest BarJtneter18f.922. LoweBt.I'eraperatvrB, -& -iStp Monthly Aange of Temperature, 61®. Greatest daUsr KMg0JfTemper»t«M, 3»«. Mean daily Range of Temperature, 16 S57. Totfl Rainfall, No. of Cloudy days, 8. So of days in which Snow fell 0. Maximum Velocity of Wind 41 milesper hour. Tot...

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 March 1875

VOL. 2. 4$k. An J1W. J*. N O. ST. P. Independent Wewiphfw published by ,i THE BISMARCK TlUsunil CO. •roMnwtMi VBIOB: One year v'H&l «u«•,!10°th, IS Six month*. 1 A 1 Blngle copies 10 Subecriptions payable Invariably in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. KXTCS.—One eighth column, TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers finding an "V" following their names will understand that the TW. J« W A our XLL1NE&T—Mrs. C. Gager A!o.—Ladies' Fur itUhing Goods, Dress Making, Ac. ,W. FISHER—Sewing MacMaes for *rie or rent. Sewing Machine Extras, Ae. It»EEA 8TABOF8KT—Harness makers* 3rd St JkqMiring done. Work-gosmnteed. RAYMOND *A J• '"•???. Z°'. 'V .iiacs vrivwosKWi. SKI '""^"•aipNfcV# '.it Historical Society it TaiuisBT.—1square, 1 time, |1. Additional in­ sertions, 50 eta. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, 82 additional Insertions $1.25. One-fourth column, 1 time, $8.00 additional insertions $2.50. One-batf column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, ltime, $10 additional insertions $0. Coanuo...

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 March 1875

1 |^he f^ikntie* Bismarck, D. T.j HF From dispatches ptibli^e^efsejtfhere j'WitfSf it will be seen that direct *l£nd reliable ^bout information has been received from the Black" Hills, confirming all that has tyerqtofore been said in relation to that Eldorado. It.will aljso be seen that the party was seventy-nirie days in reaching the Hills from Sioux City, though, they Other, and rival points are bestirring themselves, and bringing into requisi­ tion every means within their power to attract attention to their localities, and to turn the tide of irmnigratioh in their direction. Bismarck owes it tb'itself to do something. Shu will be false to her best interests if a party is not outfitted and sent out from Bismarck within the next ten days. They would have, a clear coast no Indiaa agencies to pass or reservations to .cross, and no military restrictions, for the reason that the military of this department have never been ordered to interfere with Black Ilills partifcs. A movement 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. — 10 March 1875

1S CHARGE 1st—DBSMTIOK. p6ral ThomjuCi U.S.A., Z«A? Ui 3id"remain so absent,uniii apprcnewfou about July 12tb 187^. CHARGE 2d.—^ABCENY, T^TBj^PJi^ODICR OP GO?# LINE.' ,, SPECIFICATION:—In this: tfi£t h&, Cor poral Thomas Casey.Oom^tiy 1, 718t U, S I a loiiloi^iy take^t^lfcdhy iawayj ana appropriate -w^kftPMrK*n«i- one (1 Springfield $- Ju R» musket, model 1868, one (l WmplVtB sefbf tnfantjy equip- in Value twenty-nine cents, ($26.29,) the property of the United States, and for which Capt. James Thompson, 71st U. S. Infantry, is responsible^ -All this at Fort Oryza, on or about July 4th, 187-. To which charges and specifications the accused pleaded as follows CHARGE 1st. To the specification,—Guilty. To the charge,—Guilty. CHABCJE 2d. .To the specification,—Guilty.' To the charge,—Guilty. After all the testimony for the prose­ cution had been adduced,the Judge Ad­ vocate announced that the prosecution here rested. At this juncture' of affairs the In­ spector General entered the'l...

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 March 1875

.^rj- ft fem*rtk ta fe O 06 O 6 SJ BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck,D. T., Mar. 10, 1875. WAR DEPARTM^I^ yf»*l Service. U* S. A* DlTISIoa or TKLKORAXS. 4«D BBPOET8 FOR TH* BBMBFIT or COIOtKKCI AMD AOBICCLTCRK, BISMARCK a Sfi a as V. PAXOTA TIEBtWBT. ta.fi I| a* SB UJ •a UJ •Ol«lN» *°®8 'var Eg •X«»oiaA xu«a 00 O fc as paiM J® jO aoj^JKl -aAV sa. «a* 5 is 6. IP a 36 5 oq tT S4) L. jj '3532ESS' 8 S5 55 ggggSSS SS3S3SS ^ippnnH a«9H ggsasss •0» .- "di O •jstamoauaqx a«9N t«nn nH •4*^8tDOa»a U«3pjf 8 's&j •go? 2?ls?ls Highest temperature,-7° Lowest temperature, 28.6° Services at the JPresbyterian Church the morn to* at half i»st "10 o'clock, in the evening at half putseven. Piayer meeting on Thnrgday evening at half part seven o'clock. JOfilAB ?LAXAraR. 0»0. W.AKHHBT DELAJIATEB & FLANNEET, •ATTORNEYS AWD C0UNSELL0R8-AT-L AW, REAL BST*TB AND INSURANCE AGENTS. IBISMARGK, D. T. Lands located. Abstracts of title furnished, a»d •collection of claim promptly attended to. l-47tf Attentio...

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 March 1875

1 time, ooluibn S&J& •ftheadvertisement., -n- tail. JAi vi. 'riMt /. IV7 J*a Independent KewspapeT IwWM *F •5f\! TBS BlSKAft^ TW^imB CO j. lUMCIlFMUl fiull'' '*1"' Subscriptions payaMeIwi^b|^|9advanee. ADYK&TiaiKQRATBp. Siaihr.—1 squire mi 60 eU. each. One-eighth column, Itlme, Iditional insertions I1.S5. Oi^ourtto oolamn, i, $8.60: additional Insertion! $%60. One-balr onai iDfleraom f«jyv». Vtifie, 16 addftlcmal lnsertlotw *4. One .. *«A JJUI UM«ftumilflr column, i»»me, »o addftlimul 1n«ftfwobr •otann, ltfane, »10 additional tajjlg:.-. Cornier square 1 yew, V°* VS^M.^tdttorlal, P£ }J°®- J*' dmm notices in local column, 15 cte. per H»e. Bu ioiM notices in special notice column,. JQ eta. per 1U]LitfAL ADviETissimrrs, per .,J uosiyBScaREtfisBS. Subscribers finding afl following tW'JMWJ will -understand that the ./Vtenn for which the/ bare paid their, •ubfterlptions wlU «pirt Wtotoe^ netf number, and unless tfceMpet will be discontinued, Thii rt»le applies J? iff ^^•dopWd, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 March 1875

^he "^ismarth fjtjitmte. Bismarck, D. T., With three more ^(6e}jBiBr vsu—Vol. 2. No 39—mlly one-fourth of our subscriptions will have expired, Jf you wish to keep posted if you wish the un£ntebed chapters of the "Amazo­ nian Corps if you wish reliable infor­ mation from the Blact Hills, renew your subscriptions at once—only $S.00j and the Custer Chromo given to every year­ ly subscriber. Remember all names are erased from our books as fast as sub scriptions expire. There are also^several of our citizens who are sending the Tbibunb to their friends, whose subscriptions expire 'about these days." If you wish them continued call and see us, otherwise' they will be stricken from the roll. Col. Power and Baker are building a boat for the Benton traffic, which will be launched next week. A bill has been introduced in the Canadian Parliament to organize anew territory west of Manitoba, which will be tributary to the business of Bismarck if established. Washington dispatches of the 12th men...

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 March 1875

lent oat, armed squad was rj~?r wSFB&wtBerwefieJW^^^. length be reached the wiUpws^and lost to t®". '. Tf, 1'ijLf j. Wf' sasjsssj^ss^c: Tyvr rile* fbwl of thie despersta man amid a storm of bullcta. qaent stances badeww®' tbtfd bat mt A lengthened search eOTU^,~fetft Ja­ cob could befonnd. He had^dwap- not peared as mysteriously as had the Cor­ poral, and the huttt.was abandoned. Orders weretheng^renby jthe.Oom, manding Officer, &&$f.wijow grp should be&estroyed, as it afforded too ready a coterf fot deserters. It Was ac­ cordingly cut down,,-and the withered bushes frere' afterward collected and burned, leaving only a bare desolate waste where its waving boughs bad stood. The soldier from whose charge he naa escaped was severely punished, as was also the one whose guardianship Corpor­ al Casey had eluded. Three weeks passed, and all hope ot recapturing Jacob Was abandoned, put one morning, the Corporal in charge of the herd at the Gorrel,half a mile away, came into ...

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 March 1875

M' KiTHH (jSNMttk ,, OD JO -voy s*. w,» •Q •XMOOPA' Aii«a paiM J* uoiPMia *"AV g:* X)|P!mnit DWJ( St •jeieaosu^qx •fteeif s§ 3* 0 99H. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarok,Di T.jIIbt- 17i 1875. DEPA&TMEHT. ., Signal Sawic** P? B*VA« vwttioa or t*lbgbaju, nnrif or cokxmci iw a*kwi.to« |IHUICI| plIOTi TKUUMBT. :v. .' ii o| 3 i*. 1 O O vjf »2 -3 k'nnia|ia j*o S® Siaii&i ssssegs •jeteuiojva u«9H Look for high water in the-big mud dy shortly. From,present indications the towns!te tontest promises to be ,tifed A large tautnUr of tiotj" An- Officer's wife at Fort A. Lincoln ij preparing a reply to the "Amazonian dotps." Stearns ft Loais have removed their pftfait shop down street, and are-now lo cated opposite the Tstsunx office. Tbey are good painters. Instructions have^been given^for? t(h:e e^enlHg of the roid^Mnmencing March £4th. The cars will reach Bismarck about the 6th of ApriL Thatlforice attheReuncL House, for thebepefit of the Catholic .Church,takes place this evening. It. pro...

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 March 1875

VOL. 2. eighth column, JW. taU. O. ^istnarek 3$ribaHf. An independent Howspapor published bf THE BISMARCK TRIM WE CO* scBBOvrnov rues: One year •*.# I lhw» month t» 0xmonths. 1*25 I Singleeoploa Subscriptions payable invariably In advance. ADVERTISING KATK8. Tbj*8IMT.«-1square,1lime, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 60 ctt. each. Ono^Igbth eoloam, 1 time, $2 additional Insertions $1.25. On«-fourth column, 1 tune, 157.60 additional insertions 12.50. One-half column. 1 time* $6 additional toiertfoM W. One column, 1 time, $10 additional inaertiona $6. Coitiuct Ratzs.—One aqnare 1 or Postmasters are author!*ed to act aa our agents, retaining a commission of 12* per cent.—or cents for each yearly subscription. Bismarek Easiness Directory. Advertisements lnaei ted under this or less, per annua, $5.00 additional lines at $8 60. MISCELLANEOUS. rrHS BISMARCK TRIBUNE—% live J. paper, published by the Bismarck Tribune Com­ pany at $2.00 per year. JW. RAYMOND CO., Bankers. Interest al lowed oa time...

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 March 1875

f|ke ^ismarck Bismarck, D. T.jMar. M. THE BLACK Gen, ^fead says: "So soon as the Gov­ ernment will permit the occupation of the Black Hills, the Northern Pacific will mate effort! to attract travcfl, via Bismarck, offering every inducemeut necessary to make, ours the route but until such time it is deemed good policy to wait. True, others are at work, but they will only exhaust themselves and ac­ complish no results. Whicher says when his company first reached Custer Park they found a hole dug by Ouster's men, three feet wide, .eight long, and eight deep. Two men jumped into it and shoveled out some dirt, and from'the first handful washed they realized fifteen cents, whereupon the party surrounded the hole, swung their hats high in air, and gave three cheers for Ouster. Delegate Armstrong says the Sioux treaty was never ratified, by Congress, and is therefore not binding on the Government. The Davis bolt succeeded in demoral­ izing the Republican party in Minnesota and resulted in d...

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 March 1875

in the advancement science!" pl^CSr the bindSft^of foreohershrinking, feinipingyi of disgust iby^hr-itlw.:^ *1 the seoreteof *edi»rW art. Tfa^e .Doctor ((Just shQn!4vW»|9.^ rl "WhicheffT science." siHfi^Stltl*^?* refuse can Tfcw he asserted bis *atfwrit?, and told her she must helpthefoy^afcd then she said she During the daytip)#,. or ,w hen under the stimulus of artificial light, her vis­ ion was ordinarily clear, but at night­ fall she became almost wholly blind,and even in the twilight c^uld. not find her way from one room to .another without assistance, while outside, even on a moderately light night,she could scarce­ ly see afoot in advance of her fate. To find her way, then, without assistance, to the designated corner of the fort, al­ though but a few rods from ber house, would .be, for hery a Herculean task-. After much reflection, it was found that by following the" board walk that lee} from her kitchen door, to the rear* she would come to a shallow' ditch, and by following...

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 March 1875

BISMARCK AND 55 'A 31 Biunarck) D.T.) Mair. 24) 1875- WAR DEPARTMENT, gigaal Serwioe. U« •ami *0«g jo *»ni? sl §8" 8 •lHoiaA *B*a ttf jC1PlaraH 8. DIVIFLLOB OF TSL|«SAHS. AM O 35 -*m a I 2g 3* 0Q A« EJ2S.JSE or CJH***CB AS® AGRICULTURE, BMA1CC, PAIOVA TEWUTORT. 5553550 2D 33SSSSS BMW «-2§'?£SS h| s* a« •jajaajoauaqx 8 •So*® O. a eS ISssISS paiAk J° CgfeS**£ maa NOTPAJIA 'SAY 3SS8SS8 rf^sss J9»tBO«a own 8 64' Bfi g$3g»8 2 ss?sii$8j«_ g*s ^2 ffg T2.S a ®U H22 gg H^££2ooX tSgbest tOBperature, 8£ Lowest temperature, -88° curvicefl at the Presbyterian Churoh In the mora* Ink at "half put 10 o'clock, In the evening at half £*«£«1. Piayer meeting eo Thursday evening at halfpast seven o'clock. •1 1 Th« post-office is being moved into Or."Slaughter's bdilding on Front St. the Mayor's prodamation and Election ordinance in unatiher column. The Minnesota Division of the North­ ern Pacific was blockaded with snow for a week, trains reaching Fargo Sat «arday. That legislative tinkering to the ex ...

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. — 31 March 1875

..'. '13 J* &*'« \!fli ... .. VQ3L. /in j770 E 3 OCw 01-lV ".' ''ii* Oj f7f!-17 }H !#s* iH ,• ii .:-:• -:**v f•'?'.! 2. lit Inde^nJ^* {An£*n ca ^ii"" 'J KQC ui!!??, Us iij'div Ifiiatnarth '-W month*..1..V »•*««»*... if Sd0*^dnj0SO4^l£S*« iSC fc«Weiiptk*is pt**»fe*mfefetofrte«4«Uoe. dnwnam, wim- ljl.yJfe j, •fc'fca3tJon*ltn*rtt*ieffc2 *Hl»ifo«MKcdl*** 1 time, $8.60: additional insertions |1N. jOmMI ''filQIBDi 1 VmC) Vvf SWlwSf IDNntOBV^V* 17 ftwruc* fUtae.-H-Oae w&mrtt\j«9*S%1Q. W jWfr,, $**» 3:C.'i' .' n&tlewi th'^pfeelai' boiled iMiiu,14i JgSS&S to*, The SMC* Mfobtod tofi SefcMired as solKS tjrpe (ntjtf iWi* hpdJT to JUBSCRlfcER#. ittittrftidfi ^'iNlfawllii 'V' ftfldwfo£' tttbAttw jrtB^nMrnftai&tbaltlM .*•) W iVT»cf»iv«rftiiVfor*i.) rr ~c 0T"! iWHy !i«H*ci1|«hm.i'£.1 351 100 nrb«~dfiic«^w£e(i:! iws#iiiii ri' :t ft-• itbnarek ttaonm Birtetory. ±Mi- •H*.! ID MISQElLA#£OV?' fTWB BI3MAKCK Kfi^e 0E r4Ti rii ,'• ft W. RAYMOND 30., Banker*. IBUM« (I lowed oa time depoe...

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. — 31 March 1875

has t. ir Biemarok, D. T., Mar. 31,1875. BIG HORN EXPJ&RATION- Under date of March 25tb, Gen.Sheri dsn publishes along letter on the Black Hills, in which he repeats his former as­ sertion that Caster's expedition of last year was for purely military purposes— being with the view of establishing posts in the Hills to hold the Indians in check. He further says that only gold color was found near Harney'sPeak,and doubts whether gold exists there in pay­ ing quantities, but that section being absolutely deeded to the Sioux,trespass­ ers must be kept. out. He no doubt gold exists in larger quantities west of the Cheyenne Black Hills. He has seen nuggets from the Big Horn and Tongue rivere.and many specimens from near Fort Stamhaugh, in the Upper Wind River country,where mining failed for want of water and the hostility of the Indians. He also contends that gold exists in Owl Creek mountains, on Lower Wind River, and on the head waters of Powder River. In this western Black Hills cou...

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. — 31 March 1875

come and lead her they released hey tinTsband» lbs fvalv Kdrndad tnamma gpoaned in the plebeian tastes thatiedlief fjWk companionship with coniicU. Boss grew to. lore ttye little thing dearly. Her kind affeotionaUi heart and frank disingenuous oinnor would bare won love any whefe, batc to the f»or, lonely boy* whoWaa4ltW ally habgenng and thirsting for s|fetttlnrfttrtlWeetly tendered.conftdence&r tbulorely child, was doubly grateful. They became fast friends. He to}d her ojfhts ownlittlo etater, and patiently answered her many inquiries as to why be came away and left her, and she rewarded him by telM ing him of the white »nd black kittens she had left at' home, add of her big doll and' little doll who were making the journey in her mamma's trunk. Once, as Ross moved his feet wearily she asked ihfiously, touching his irons "What makes 00 wear um sings on' 00 foots? Cos 00 Ijikes um?" On receiving a negative answer, she said pityingly: a "I dess bad mans put um on. I'll tell my 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. — 31 March 1875

oTrrndr/ ?i3Y3 BRSlt 7ff5Ss?7^f Stnl r^.noa rjufe &£•• ,i-Wn mmSS^-M^mMf. im sV^ T7y tr. s. W* •JtfMOOIVS Hubert temperature, 5t* toweet temperature, 9° a mMu^rA*: vrrmoM or •'f*WB ,, ,v* ,i t)* i"r!"1' •m«g Jtan8 JO 7-i: 8883822 |S fe| '9^rrlM« at the ^esbyt«ri»» CWirch pMt RTen, Ptayer meeting *o Tbursdiy JC^paat wrea o'eloct. 8 •we* P°!A1 J® I! rs.•« SSS»?S£ .*•1 i«s x:.-: -f#_j* rnrrrvmc. jataara«Bi«qx OaU We quiet just now, but— ^ra leaf&F^rgo for Bismarck to-day. h^y^aigfehaspd tbe Hobart T. P. Singfsef bis returned to Bis- arriyipg %B4»y» tcykfck, JlU the land surveyed last 8«*8on iq this district is how open to set file wen ti M. BSgeHjr Monday /or cdmnJlJjty io the Jack ^0*Neil niur- Jleeftion tickets printed at short no tiee, btfi #^e a§Spwp*ny order.' .. Ward Bill is erecting a new house on Front Street, bdow the C&Uiolic rv r.}I Mr. l*ullocb has closed bis news stand, cfost. ay he prbsper jn his new Mr. Hobart, ibid' tbe liouse Ikon parties in rtown who conte...

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. — 7 April 1875

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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. — 7 April 1875

Bismarck, D. T., Apr. 7, 1875. it, CITY ELECT JON, The election, which has been the ab­ sorbing topic .since the city organiza­ tion, is over and McLean and the Peo­ ple's Ticket prevails. While the Tbibuhb has taken no part in the contest, except through its pub­ lishers as individuals, we should do violence to our feelings if we refrained from expressing satisfaction at the result. The Major elect is a business man in every sense of the word one who will be benefited a3 the city prospers or suf­ fer in common with us all should its interests languish. It will be his duty to guard the interests of the city, pre­ serve good order, repress extravagance and encourage economy. He is an honest man, and a working man, who understands our business interests and appreciates the wants of our people. The people have chosen wisely in the election of Aldermen. The Council has it in its power to bankrupt our city by extravagance, and make it odious by un­ wise legislation but if the people will...

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