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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 7 April 1875

loiaoMritt«t!«Mi«Hir the-n^don tofaround^is bt 'nirii oat 1^ tiry eujr, Hff* tJ, t.. •KJerUinlj," said Boss, sndtheji they drifted into a long desultory conversa­ tion about tjtie army, and the confidipg Rots told Sasan all about jTjmle, MM! asked her idriee with as mo cb reliance on her jadgmenfc as, if she had been his grandmother. "What must you do?" said. Susan 'smiling uyou must marry her, of course when yon are both old enough. In the meantime, if you lore her, write her a letter and tell her so.'* "But the army is so different from civil life," said Boss "it .would be thought presumption for a common sol­ dier to write to a member of an officer's family/' "Then you had better leaye the ar-. my, or be thought presumptuous. Love levels all distinction of rank. If you love Judelle, and Judelle loves you,there is no reason why you should not mar­ ry her, even if she were a princess and you were a beggar or vice versa, if you were a brigadier and she were a laun­ dress. Only be su...

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. — 7 April 1875

i1 $ a I, rv rr ?cnu D. T.f Affit, 7} rjt! .'J Mfiftl gfrrtw. S*.. A* anriaiOB o* wwiAiii, a*» ."•W"* j** BUtrif or cosvnox a*» *jimcw.*imB, ®I8*U»C«, p**of* w*o»V a 2 a 2 a a ta *V a*" 3 *1 "•a *. IN* 4 7 4, «.. If so *upra *oae jo icnv S88SSStS. J,* •Xlpoi^A *n«d PB!AJ« aouflWM.'S^V *qP!««H n«aK sg. 3§ il sbowers—tha|?a what aifed IWcotalaat CoL Loun&berry is expected next week. if the cars get through. 7 "•r Capt. Thomson arrived,, in St Pap) Saturday his way tolii&niu-ck. t. ', I :*. Major ®»ckey'. quote# this -Scriptures at* juass meeting. Arise and sing, urm in the hands .of my friends" did- nH wiq* So he was told at.the time.. *P.. •.' .i v.-J Geo. P. Flannery and G. A. Roberts wifcreturn to Bismarcky arriving Sun- The People presented "A New Way to* 1*f QM Debts'' Monday, to "i'Tery1 Jargei^idi^noe. '.a 1 ?-v3V ••::••.. ^[fVU^Cs6« will visit Bteg*»tik,aod, timaie^the changes for t^e seM^ment ot the totrtisite trouble, abpitjt ^prit )Gth Nicholson has gone to Berthold...

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. — 14 April 1875

f. VOL. 2. tfiu "^ismsrtk ^ribnnf. An independent Ntwspaper published by THE BISMARCK. TWBWIB CO. enseumoft FJe US. RIAL CLARK N PETER O. PUCB: 0Mwtr 18.001 Threemonths 1 1 5 1 S in a 1 0 Subscription* payable invaluably In advance. ADVERTISING RATES. Tuxarm.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in­ sertions, 56 cts. etch. One-eighth column, 1toe, 12 additional insertions $1.25. One-fourth column, 1 time. $3.66: tdfflUoml inKtlioM |iM. One-half column, 1 time, 96 additional insertions^ $4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional insertions W. OomuoT RATBS.—One square 1 year, $*). one eiatbtb column, 1 year, $40. One-foorth column, 1, year, $70. One-half column,-. 1 year, $130* One colamn, 1 year, $300. __ LOCAL NOTIC*S.—Bditorial, 28 siness notices in local 1,DLB«AL Annitimam, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used. making one square,)one insertion, $1.50 addWoipS^rtionsJS cents. The space oecujrfed by delayed toeswill be measured as solid type of the size need In the body...

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. — 14 April 1875

^be ^inMiKli ^ibuKe. Bismarck, D. T, Apr. 14,1875. L,r INDIAN RESERVATIONS. The Black Hills excitement has brought oiit all sorts of theories relative to the status of the lands embraced within, the limits of that much coveted region, and there have been many false speculations as to how stands the* title between the United States, party of the first part, and the various tribes of Indians, parties of the second part. From the recent "Computation of 11 the treaties between the United States and the Indian tribes now in force as laws," by authority of Congress, this matter is easily determined. By a treaty concluded April 29th, 1868 rati­ fication advised Feb. 16th, and pro­ claimed Feb. 34th, 1869,often alluded to as the Sherman-Sioux treaty, it was agreed that the following described dis­ trict of country be set apart for the absolute and undisturbed use and occu­ pation of the Indiana, viz.: "Commenc­ ing on the East bank of the Missouri River where the forty-sixth parallel of nor...

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. — 14 April 1875

ctorlttbie 8dl»hrecio^ J* focietythafc consigns latter to a hopeless*i&ttiM&f .WJPer' .58SWS^.^m Who knows through what feifful 4fpths of want and pm{*}M fcefttfpmog souls have wandered before their final fall? Let us rtSSdl^ pifot so judge them not, lest we be alsoiudged." "Why my dear, you astonish me You forge^ tbatTQU iiteMJl write tfeafaH* «rorldT anLag»^alking of sub­ jects you do not understand." "Yes, "but I am wls|r ftTan I used to be. Hav'nt I ljyed'a among these women, ana thoughl hav'rit said a word I have been thinking all the time." "Well, what conclusions have you ar­ rived at, pray?'' "}4y conclusions are inevitable that woman is too often an enemy to the er­ ring of her own sex. By her scorn', by her|neg.l$Qtf her lack of charity,and her cruel words, she forces her feeble sisters to the brink of ruin, and builds up against them the adamantine wall of her contempt and changeless hate, un­ til finding tnat return is hopeless, they take the fatal leap that dash...

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. — 14 April 1875

•5K (C 2 lj|ianM«fc ^jrihwf BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Apr. 14,1875. WAR DlJPARTMENT. Service? U« S. jf^pjuinH ww»K W 5 as 5 2 *w -& *5 W A- *'vision Or TELBCRAXS, ASD KEPOMTS FOB' THE BENEFIT CP COXXKACFC A SO A9BICTLTCHB, BiS!»AKCK, P*WM TEKKITOHY. fc S It is fc a s& S ft •Xjp^A v««a PS O fc. -J yoc» J® not^dii.a 'Say S _5 j„3 •ui«H 7 J»«S jo 55 £f I CI Dr. Slaughter has the post office fixed very conveniently boxes and drawers in great plenty 'for piesent use. -J. L. Elbert, depvty, attends to business faithfully, Wm. Hefllowbush,alias "Patchy Bill," was etectod Slayorof Pleasant *Grove, better known as the "Pdiitf," at a, re­ cent election, receiving evesy vote fcut three,—wwithey were absent. The tetel expenses of the City from organiaatioti to elate is about ^800.00, of which $5$0 2O has been audited and warrants drawn for the amount. How is that for .tiding to 'keep vexpemses down? For safe cheap, with immediate pos­ session, a small log dwelling house,? ...

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. — 21 April 1875

VOL. 2. tflu ^istnarck ^ribnn?. JL An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TBIBUHE CO. gnioupnov raica: One year W.®® I months J® Six months* 1 Single copies 10 Subscription! payable invariably In advance. ADVERTISING RATES. TRAXBIEKT.—1square, 1 time, $1. Additional In­ sertions, 50 cts. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions $1.85. On«.fourth column, 1 time, $8.60 additional insertions $&50. One-half colamn, ltlme, $6 additional Insertionsi $4. One coiomn, 1 time, $10 additional insertions to. COTSACT IUTIB,—One square 1 year, $20. One eighth column, 1 year, $40. One-fourth column, 1. year, $70. One-half column, 1 year, $180. One column, 1 year, $300. ,, LOCAL NOTICES.—Editorial, 25 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices In local column, 15 cts. per line. Bu­ siness notices In special notice column, 10 cts. per line* LEGAL ADVKRTJSXKHS, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used. square,)onc insertion, $1.00 additionall^*rtlons75 cents. ...

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. — 21 April 1875

I I E $he l^jismarclt ^ibnnt. Bism&rck, D. T., Apr. 21,1|875. NORTHERN P'AClttC RTR. On Saturday last, April 17th, on or­ der Of the U. S. District Court, the Northern Pacific Railroad passed into the hands of the bondholders,.and Gen George W. Cass was appointed Receiv­ er. The opening of the road to Bis „inarck was completed on the evening previous, and General Manager C. W. Mead received the telegram at this place on Saturday, announcing the change. By direction of the Receiver, Gen. Cass, and under instructions contained in the telegram, Gen. Mead immediately pro­ ceeded to take possession of the road and all the property belonging thereto, and promulgated tho following order: St. Papl, April 17,1875. Ail Agents, Officers and Employees, and whom it may concern:. I have this day taken possession of the Northern Pacific Railroad and all the property, rights and franchises of the Company connected therewith in Minnesota and Dakota, for and ia the name of Geo. W. Cass, Receiver ...

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. — 21 April 1875

O'Flahtrty rely upon iTr. Savage's en A physician's confidences' -aa$rea as the confessions!?*^! r? Dr. Savage arose and followed her, fearful lest his temper should gain the ascendancy. To his great surprise his wife corrobarated the statement of the ladies but after hearing her account of the matter he exonerated her from blame. Naturally,though,they both felt somewhat uneasy in regard to the fu­ ture developments, not knowing what neasures might not be set on foot to* involve them in the trouble. An ominous silence of some days pre­ vailed. Then Dr. Savage received the following official communication: GKO. GATLOBD, Post Adj't. There was great rejoicing among that gentleman's irieiids and retainers when the reault bf^ame known* Mrs. Torkil son thought' it was due solely to the offerts put forth bjr her in Surgeon Die dun's behalf, especially as she had ear­ ly secured the: influence of General Ristenbatt for" the defense. But Mrs. WfilWfotce 'claimed* division of the ioW^n^much' ...

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. — 21 April 1875

^b, ^browKk *{ri5 "BISMARCK AND VICINITY. n* nIF1 BRSerIT 5 S 2 S4 S4 a 33 $ 30 3] 0 HIt OQ S S« 2 2 21f Bismarck, T.j Apr. Aoog jo -1UIV QO 2- 2* pniAlJO 1 aoipMra 'aAv} 1875« DEPARTMENT. jHg-o.1 Servicei U» S. A* *vt FGRAXB. Arf» KKPOET8 FOB THB or COMMKKCU AS» AGBICBMTOBB, BISMARCK, PitOTi TEERITORT. tf New stock of Dry Goods and clothing being received by Watson Brothers. Gen. lieftd honored the TRIBUNE printers with a friendly call Saturday. CD 1®. S *2 O) 8-p.h Obi •Xl(OOi»A in«a 1 Signal PH, 2 00 85 CQ 99.50 87.00 09.00 48.00 02.50 81.75 71.25 2 XHPimuH OM9K •joioaiotUdqx nnH 84.25 *J9)0UKM«H a««pi IO 00 20.25 24.00 89.75 52.00 85.25 85.914 48 I S£23t£SB sssssgs 130.006 1 5 3^ "S «js ^5 S'S'g l*l£3ll temperature, 67° Lowest temperature, 15° 8errice« at tbe Presbyterian Church in the morn­ ing at half part 10 o'clock. In the evening at half part seven Prayer meeting on Thursday evening at half part •even o'clock. Sewing Machine** You can get Sewing Machines just as cheap in Bi...

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. — 28 April 1875

2. An Independent Sewspaipor pnbtiAed by tkuiDfiB co. TTTE ssvfcanfioa FUCK: (Mi ye*r .$»•« etz months. 1-351 Single copies..... SstMciiiUoo« payable invariably taadtanpe. t3RA*&*ST. 80 W addWoaaiin$eoiop«$l.25. 0»e»fourth ccittmo, 1 time, $8.JW additional inaertiona $ZJ50, Onei-half I'ahimn, ltime, $fi additional Insertion! 94. Oris tetomk, lrtime, $10 a4dittoe*lto«srtloiJe'$6. fikbt,'*$70. One-half column, 1 year, USD. One c»l9TO(Lrah.t*' July let. Atty. Gen. Williwxw ha* resigned. Brwtow nv*y be hia feucce&ior. The 8*lkirk, the flrrt, Mil of tbe eea'soo, arrived at Pargo Thursday. Tbe YanktonPrm and Dakciaicm was to appear :*e a daily last week. St is rumored that the Qlyndou. Gazette is to be removed to Moorbead. President Grant was fifty-three ye&ra old yester lay nnd'yet he ieuot happy. The captured Blaekbillera were feleaaedtm a prom 'raeef future good behavior. Twenty laya will be required to repair tho 200 mile wMfeoftt on the Union Pacific. ftb^riidan has retur...

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. — 28 April 1875

-"f*!LT' ,J«iw ^istnartk ^jifrmie. Bismarck, D. T., Apr. 28,1875. -NORTHERN PACIFIC PROS' PECTS. A mieting of railroad men and citi xens of Montana was held in Helens, Montana, en the 21st inst, to consult as to the expediency of extending the Northern Pacific this season. The meet­ ing seems to hare been held at the sug­ gestion of the committee appointed by the recent meeting of bondholders, and with a view to reporting intelligently to a meeting of their principals to be held in New York on the 6th of May. There are now some thirty million dollars of Northern Pacific bonds out, which have recently sold in the market Ns low as seventeen cents on the dolllar. The construction of four hundred and fifty miles more of road will lay the Montana traffic at the feet of the North­ ern Pacific people, and give the road at once a paying business. The moment this is done,the bonds now worth twen­ ty cents'will be appreciated in value nipt less than fifty.cents on the dollar, and ultimately r...

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. — 28 April 1875

penned inother. ^onm Headquarters,stating thafcb ^epMiU»jBdaslp|»S jT^gred, t»e sesifbed or apartments. Negotiation 1fcASLSft' and red tape Was reeled era vf Vtoywxa and by the fcolt. Th.Dcwt^vcwn" oication keptfljmg lik«» »h«ttl# cock between tbeAdjUtupt m&^the Qa*rt«riM8t»r for WMd. ietftoe*viw?.0» 15^ concluded ihat the building coald only be successfullf repatred rbr bei"^ torn down and buOtorer agatqjlHU bejBual ly endorsed the request with the state­ ment that the quarters .then occupied by Dr, Savage would be newly re-roofed^ as soon as the,weather permitted. The General returned it to the Doctor as before, calling his attention to the en­ dorsement of the Quartermaster—-and that was the final end of the whole mat­ ter—the weather probably refusing its perm i88ion altogether. It was cold enough at all events. No human being could hare lived, outside the palisade, apparently, and yet on the coldest days in midwinter the poor Indian squaws could be seen from the windows of ...

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. — 28 April 1875

0- I Is I ftfeurfck 2" 1 rj] cfol 5 S»6WAR©K 4N0 VieW«J^ "T'r WriJIM "Of TT' MipK at ^Om'-o* **D B:BKIKCK, **COTA TKRBITOET. it A *.«e II 3^ cc •ap»H **»8 jo -VOV 5? •/lpai»A jfn«a i" 1 ««. JE I On & 2 Sc£fi&»3£ Jfi j?P 88838SS 4 a I «o fifi ""1 &* rg P«1M Jo vonacaKt'Sb S AlWIBPH «K~ St* if it I •a •i'J*' __ 88 a a 00 «p BO SSBSSS8 £M8*SS •jwja^mpqj, otq^ Trr liSJS Hi gziiz' Sggggl^ M3*naai«f OWN 1' C»w sssssss ton1 V« &8tt! in 0 s-s a Jfi234s KBgheet tempefratnre,68^ U*re«t temperature, 28° :i .-«*/. Bervtcerat the Presbyterian Chuteh in the mern Iqg At half past 10 o'cloek,^ the- evening b»tf Jjrtintrf Player DMUI«M Thu™daar-evMjhi*.at SSpaetaevea.ofelocfc.' ii.^r- :. .. Sewing.Me«*i»ee.. Youcan get Sewing Machines just as •beapin BiimnTck ae.ytw. can in St. Paol Sewing MAefcine Agency. 41 tf New&iuthing at Watson Bro!*. iToa««nget any thing you want in UwSewtog Machine line.* and all oM machines made new at the Sewing Ma­ chine Agency. Bisaaairck.^D. T. 41tf:...

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. — 5 May 1875

VOL. 2. AD Independent N«TICES.-Rdltorlal ri 'yj-xzob 3: *S-5'X ii-pnsVil -f TT^r ri A I Hewsffcpex ptAHAs* by THE BiaUBCK CO. HCSSCBtFflOV Kicti MM year ftiOOl Three months g|xotoliths.... 1*25,| Single copies ..... Subscriptions payable Jnvar.ably In mdvssoe. ADVERTISING RAT*S. TBAKSIKKT.—1square,1 COBTBACT KATM,—One Teams were crossing on the ice on. the Detroitriver en the 31st inst. The returned miners from the Black Hills report rich silver quartz. Minoeapolls has finally determined to build anew Mupepsion briuge. Capt. Presnell, of the Minneaoiian ought to be happy. Its a boy.' frcdrtcnt Grant's grandfather wad a Captain in the Revolutionary «w. Jehn Fberman Jr. and Col. Vred Grant are how full fledged bankers. The Spaniards have paid$IB,000 of the $s0,000 Tirgbtios Indemnity. W. B. 8mtth has become the publisher of the Clay County K«gi*t«r. The Pennsylvania miners hiti#^ afr»ed te mint work on the bMa of ljSW. .• In all this scandal baShMss nobody has been *9ca* ed of kissin...

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. — 5 May 1875

& j*m*rf£ A M^GULAR BOH AM A. .Deieimiaadio wereMe tk? -circular tion of the Bismarck Teibune by any: *aeanS within our reach, th a view to disseminating correct informatioo in relation to the Black HilUr and the Northwest* generally, we have accepted a-very liberal offer from the Weed.Sew ng Machi ne omp any, yand bare deter mined td offer one of their sixty-five iollar Sewing Machines for every club oi.thirty-five subscribers at two dollars each, sont at one time daring the next f&r. In addition to this premium of a Sewing Machine to the getter up of a olub of thirty five, we' will give to each subscriber a copy of Our magnificent Ghromo of Gen. Custer, 19x 25, ftithful portrait of this brilliant pQpular Cavalry Commander, which is atone Worth the price of subscription The Tribune is a well established journal, now in its second year, and is published seven ty-five miles nearer the Black Hills and giyes moreinformation concerning them than any other news­ paper. Persons ha...

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. — 5 May 1875

into seat, and triad to nerr® Urulf to look CRIDIIT tfhlPr frtfi] WMHCIUUJIUViMr^ _. less path of po?erty, amir contended afcsjfhar frame andstern What should she do? Idleness to ber meant starvation to ber mother and little brothers. It WM now too late to obtairi a situationliithe east and to remain at Fort Oryaa was impossible. 8be knew lull well the meaning of Gen. Be Dialer's order, and understood that she must go at once. Were it not for the loss of her situation, she would leave ber uncongenial surroundings without regret, fler home at General Ristenbatt's bad not been always pleas­ ant.. Her aunt though kind was often severe. She knew too that the General's household was an expensive one, whUe'hitf resources were limited to hiapay^ and this, barely, equals bis ex­ penses. Hence notwithstanding their uniform generosity-' she has frequently felt her presence-fri &4d?4 garden to thefrdonitistic ca*ifes. to at dlQIQXIO |ifo total 'cbiM- hood and joyous early yootta. 8bc fools...

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. — 5 May 1875

iM f,i AND.V iSM/^tCK B&mardii D.T., May 5,' 1875. ei '•fr Priwi Utedwcad. Tbd price for single copics of the hereafter be five eents in stead"rftcrtf Tii* prrca for, local no­ tices is alfo redacea frpm fifteen cents per line to ten ccots. The publishers have determined, ivot only to make the ^Luibuke better than over before, but to place it within t\ie reach of everybody so far as the price is concerned. Thank­ ful to the-bustr ess men of Bismarck for past favors they invite attention to the new rates of advertising, confident that those who want an increase in business will take advantage of thetn to make their facilities known—particularly if thev have sny specialities. Sewing Machine* Yom «tn get Sewing Machines just as iheap in Bismarck as you can in St. P*«l~ Sewing Machine Agency. 41 tf Catholic Benefit. The committee who had in charge tfche arrangements for the Catholic Ben *efitHall desire to return thanks to Mrs. •Louis, Nellie McLaughlin, Mrs. Proctor, Ware, Miss Cra...

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. — 12 May 1875

VOL. 2, ^jisnurek la iBdtfNtaKR«w9«fitr poUhM by THE BnmABOHL TBIBUWE CO. fteaaeair*mi raica: Om for It.OO I ftlw'MMl to months......... UK Single ooples 8abseript)eas pi^iUi Inruiiblj ADTBRTI8UVQ RATES. ... tuauan.-lsquare, 1 tint*, $1. AidBlenalin •eittans, ctt eaok. OaMAgUh wluHi ltlssa, «ddMonat lasenfans $1J5. .IJa'yfourtbeelamn, lfUc.tS.M additional inserttaeslWW. Miw, 1 the, $6 additional (atBrtlpai $4. Om SSl«Ml. !*!•». tlOittddftlcnal lllSSrtlMSH. -i Oonuor JUtfi,~OiM iqpui 1 ?*•, °*er «%Mh Nhuu, yebr HO. One-forth eolnmn, 1 ynr, |T(. OmhU «#ho»,4 •»», 1MB* ,i year, taoe. 85 cts. per Uae. Bb lfrets. per line. Ba cdtBB, 10 eta. fw %MAL AaVSaTtSSKKXtg, per C*®" Mepsren, or B0«di of tjp* w. M»ni| or liivviiB vi |w i|Mw,)wie insertion,. 9L60 uJdllte^I l*T*inn«Ji oents. The space occupied by displayed Uooj^r fcemearari-d solid type of the die ttw In the body ef the advertisement. «ad mora convenient for as, NOTES A&D NEWS, Oca. Kilpatricfcis in St. Paul* ,~ .Georgia isahtppi...

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. — 12 May 1875

--M: lif ^ismai-ck j^ibm^ Bismarck, D. NORTHERN PACIFIC EXTEN­ SION. Below will be fouud a letter from Sara* Wilkinson on behalf of Gen. Cass, in relation 16 the probable extension of/ the.I^.P. R. R. It tffll be seen that the officers of the Nf P. are confident of success in the fature: KoBTazss.pAc iuG JK. K. Co., I'mbsidemt's C. •fir OFfid*, SSf, 5th Aire. ^Ve., Nrw Yo*K,'Jto*h 89,1875.) •/. K. Boioe,. Sr, HtluncL, ifonkma:, DJtAu Sm:—Mr. Presfdent Cass, on his way to Michigan, has instructed me to reply in hia name to jour valuable favor of the 6th of March inst. Among the bondholders, stockholders and officers of this corporation there is a manifest determination tb push through the const rnslion of the N&rtherfi Pa­ if a ad On the 15th day of may next the committee of bona holders ana the consulting committee of the Board, otf Directors will meet—and they *111 not Separate until they have arranged a plan to certainly put the road through tb the Yellowstone and to finW it t...

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