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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 May 1875

unfeigned diggust "I precelre^ my young friend,"ne said^sMsyieyl: you b»ve formed yoarH|»v^ dian character from rent literature of the^jaay, ana «&n far off hill, of hostile Sioux, who erea JLo opnpse our ing ground, bat lilra too infig. ikit BWl-Tl7«r-, «.. «T. up6pa6iM fJdofr tfftfortuiiate la.nceto .c&ftlhii" if mi be unnotidediiim unavenged, while his murdererl in palace cars to Washington irijU b*fpted and flattered by tnfar rdpte^6htatlves 6f that Govern ment^ of Which such "as ho Would ask redr^sin'vain^ and serit back loaded with frash .presents of knives and ri­ fles wkh^whtdbHo repeat their savage ....orimesatJeisaie. ,..S.N. yOuwiUflndfiir advo- elothes the Indians through the winter, lijhifll ipKliiiner turns themfetise'upolb the weitf seftlemnt^jOf the front fe?. nS&fim fit diW^SaTof Oon f. Of reans of the lbWlct, so lavish iroats v4s talk of civili: two chief the a busy ^i 4^5? cur" with! \i he continued pointing to a row of small the .UJMSt_Qf round object...

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. — 12 May 1875

ii PITUtOW Of TXVKOBAX*. & 2 .x ga N il JJ.,.- !j t$isaia«k la* BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., Hay12,1875. WAR DEPARTMENT. Swrici* 1 1 tt imnr or cmkhoi »w ^««W»wbm. thillUCt, PAKOTA li S I* Rev. J. C. Dudley who was expectod to preach here fast Sunday, it is report­ ed, died on Friday^ TH* •Lcae r? a 1 as 232SSSS jo -joy *XtPH»A *n«a P®UM» aotpaiMI *8AV a SlsSSls 10 1 s| rS 3§ 14* »B| 3X22SZP r* asSsnas ZSSSSSo* w»K IS 8 msm •MINNItS «WK ii "i I St & filfllf £|g£3&s -, temperature,jg* toicit tcmperatura. Si0 1 Moathly SaawwF forApril. ^MeaiaBarometer, S9.S1& Mtoac Tharmoinet6r 8S.S54. Mean Humidity, W.C&J. -1 \^fc^*ebfHjr«tdre6T 'Lowest &' -M^tJ^B^WjTTeippOratoreM. *t»se Mlt6topiwi»ttfe, 84. ifcUy Ralge" tteafil&ll/ Rafpsof Temperature, 3S.18* Total rainlWl or malted snow 4.22 inches. JPi^aUtarwiad, Worth we*. fttaTmin^riHilM traced «,54M Majdmum velocity 31 miles per hour. Nnssberof eloudy days 2. Number dayt on which rain or snow fell ft. Knab...

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. — 19 May 1875

VOL. 2. An Independent 1U. Kewepaper poblished by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SCESCRIFftOM PRlOi: One year 92.00 Three months 75 Si* months 1.251 Single copies 5 Subscriptions payable invariably in adranee. NOTES AND NEWS. B. A. Berg died at MoorbeaJ Saturday last. Eut 9 dogs in St. Paul out of 19090 are licensed* There was two feet of snow at Alta Ctab on the 8th inrtr Gen. Sheridan'3 father died at Summerset, Ohio, on the 7 th inst. Ex Senator James Nye is in the Bloomingdale Lunatic Asylum. Three regular lines of steamers are now plying to and from Duluth. Major Silvey of the 5th Artillery has been placed on the retired list. A Mail route has been established from Duluth to Hancock, Michigan. Judge Dillon, by decision, confirms the legality of the Iowa HaUroad law. Patrick McEilogott, injured in the recent boiler ex­ plosion at Winona, is dead. Gen. Jnbal Early, takes a column of fine print to deny the Barbara Pitchie story. Pat Sullivan was sentenced to States Prison for life at th...

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. — 19 May 1875

Hfjtc ^ismarch f^iribniie. Bismarck D. T.,May 19. 1875. Settle the townsite matter and it will not be long before the TRIBUNE will talk about starting a daily. Ilussell presists in making items for other papers now that he is out of business. The latest story from Du Iuth is that he and Pressnell of the Minnesotian have purchased the Herald. This is probably correct. The Yankton Daily Press and Dako tian has finally secured the Associated Press dispatches and of course it is vastly improved. With its clear type» clean print, excellent make up aud evi­ dent Editorial ability, giving as it does all the news, it certainly deserves success. Ex-Gov. Wm. R. Marshall and T. C Howe, of the Marine Nat. Bank, St. Paul, left for the Knife Kiver coal mines Tuesday morning with a view to exam­ ining the property. It is possible these gentlemen may take. an. interest in the development of the mines. Gov. Mar­ shall is interested in a similar enterprise in Colorado. The St. Paul Chamber of Commers...

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. — 19 May 1875

ions in arms, whose tawsrt^ tptjT with the grief of losing theirs wttt comrade, and heavier still %t thought of ihejgentle wife who. is waitmc^sadly in the far off F$rl for |be he^o /jfho shall pom% back' «o®ej%re so t«nder «8 theWaTe, and iir Core group of silent officers who surroand Gen'I Ristenbatt, there is none whose face does not b«ar traces of manly sorrow and solicitude for the widowed wife and her helpless babe. A halt of a few days .ty enable the maimed from her sight: But the General's :»ece^ary, The return journey with the half empty wagons, was made in much less time than that consumed^in the out­ ward trip. They wero not again ^molest­ ed by the Indians, and none were seen on their return. The homeward trip seemed brief indeed to the tired and dusty men, and it was hailed with a glad feeling of delight when at the close of a weary days' march the announce merit was made that they were within one day's journey of Fort Qryza. An -early start was made the ttekt day, and ...

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. — 19 May 1875

58 1-4 a 55 IB wmtk r- •iiloopA ^n*a 4 2 -T i* rl 5* 5 S u«aw A SB O •r* es -& •M =ffF BISMARCK AND VICINITY 1 Bismarck, D. T., May 19,1875» WAR BEPAB.TMLEHT. Signal Service* U« S A* 6IVi?I0* OF TRLKOBA313, AM RBPORTS FOR THI BSSEFtT "OF CO^XKRCI ASD AGtlOTLTUHI, 3I6MARCC, PAKOTA TERRITORY. *-S *5 .•— 3 •U bh J? *ong jo -!jcav Id 1 tfi 2 Kt S88S8S8 CO S« .2 0 S Sewing Mael^M* You can get Sewing llaehines just as cheap in Bismarck as you can-in St Paul.- Sewing Machlnfe Ag'fency. 41 tf W, T. McKay .is organizing a Black Hills party at Yankton. You can get.any thing you want in the,.Sewing Machine line, and ail old machines made new at the Sewing Ma chine Agency. Bismarck. D. T. QQ CO ^1 rfj O paUft jo aoipwja -3AV 2 5 XjtpimnH QH8H •j^^caooy^qj, 21 aJd)dOIOJ«S[ 1 a Sr, en 25 aj no woo SsSSSSS a 47.60 58.75 55.75 54.50 63.03 68.50 61.75 .621 56 I 30 oo c& 00 O b- t*C OitOd *.i a Highest temperature, 72° Lowest temperature, 34° a j* 0 NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. Trains leave Bismarc...

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. — 26 May 1875

VOL. 2. ^ismarek f£rilmnt. AD Independent Newspaper published by TH£ BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. BtiBSCRirno* PRICE: One year $8.00 Three months.... .?•* Six months. 1.25 ISlngle copies. 5 Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. THE TOWNSITE. History of Bismarck Cpttiia-aed— Population of the Toum—Extent of Business—Occupation of the first •Settlers—Claim Jonpiae and Claim HpliUac fto- fto. II Last wfcek ire gave,-the opening chap­ ter of the Townsite Contest and con­ tinue the publication of the evidence this week to the exclusion of almost11 other matter. At the time of going to press tlie tnul is still in progress anl wiD undoubtedly be continued some •.imeetWe shall publish all the ev-j i«3cr ct- l.'jaa!st of ijs iocal interest and vaiue. MO.NDAY, M^y l7. A. JfcLeah' s*coru I have been a re*-dent i.1 Biimarok ^ince May 12 1873 at ILe city government was inaugaratedfhe laM of, F?t»rufirjr, .Mf:,- Hucket Is one of the parties to thlsi uortert. The numbers of the Council were J. J.i ...

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. — 26 May 1875

and man liere entered an objection aej£)pHftl t^siim^ay relating to the morals gOqrantf act of fitwiiij or claim 4:1 ts not affectingNKMr character tor veracity, the objection to pertain to the whole, record* Examination continued—T^ere *aa «log shanty, spoken of yesterday, on that quarMr section when Proctor went upon the claim/ it w*'Jfcctlpied and continued to be occupied for •everaUtnonthi. Crow examined by Mr Jaco6y—JMd net.know the houudaries of Proctor's claim at the lime he weot on It he showed me the lumber for his house between the 10th and 14ti of August, 1S72 don't know when I flrat learned as to the boundary of doctor's claim. Re-direct.—I had no knowledge of the streets ex­ cept such as I derived from Sweet at the time I pur­ chased a lot of him 8weet told me that he did not k^ow wh^re the town would be, bat he intended to have it cover the terminus of the railroad at the crossing of the Missouri river, or words to that effect. Was present with Sweet at the Penibi&...

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. — 26 May 1875

Th« mffidkTit ni otfretodte by «U idTim interest .as statement ud therefi Orm esmmimation eonttouti:-—Mr. ii^NPfhin he ackett •as MjdMTir"* w^labor mliefffewarffpaymentlorhlrpasMge and that of his family I understood he vu dependent upon his latovtfor sistence there was no farming done in 1873, to my knowledge, bj persons who arrived on and aft* ^una4$$ the*tfh#e^|arj^t to!i*vebuiMhfes fe w" they coald art there Hackett arrived, as soon as was a^abo^ag man except ip connection with the road as ^t^e tMn« iwItV I codfd not say ^ottitiYeiy iur to' Whether there was other employment there was persons waiting to have buildings put up immediately afterwards I do not recollect that he ever told me the exact lot or block wheie he purchased a lot of Mr. Sweet but the location was point­ ed out to mq .this conversation was the latter part of July or first of August I cannot fix the time definitely, as it was a matter in which I was not interested, nor can I state where or when it was or who w...

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. — 26 May 1875

*1 •n so a ta S3 i3 Sfc 3D Bj i~ ®-»rr BISMAKCiC Aig "VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., May 26f 1875. WAR DEPARTMENT. Biffffl Servioe^®. fiU /4 flSlO* or -WlEGBAMe, ^-ASB »*«rMMll« FOR TUB BRS2K1T OP OOMMKKCB AND AfJBICBLTtJRE, BISMARCK, DAKOTA TKBRITORT. JG ?,p *uji?H -uo«s JO -iiuy 1 ®23S§3? •J4IOOI3 1 yUUtt J" ^yv £j -jdjauiojBa ^S^I^Soo & I .ri' &*MMiii *. —TTi? Jl. ,1, 11 3 is im# ®5 £*0 1 'g »'*3"2*g'g 1 i££g£#£s Highest temperature .j^S® Lowest temperature, 4S® lrpRT^17*^ PACIFIC Rm R. .Trains leave BigmarckasfqWctwe, until furthftrno-, Ijce—Tuesdays. Thursdays and Bf-turdays, at Tt1& «u aa.V arriving In Fargo at 6.30 p.'m. Leaves Fargo for Bismarck Mondayf^Vedpesdays and Fridayji at MO a. m., arriving at Bismarck at $:00 p. m._ Trains leave Fargo daily rat 12t30- Pi mi and arrive at Jnn&ion 10/50p.m., making clo*econnection with eight trains on L. S. & M. R. K. for St. Paul and all a I 1 Through tickets to an the principal cities east and south -are-on sale- at ...

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. — 2 June 1875

VOL. 2. dence laid out Hackett occupied the ett, end when i:-«rc' An lDdcpeatom«w^»»»t paftHrfMS fey the bhkabck TMBtnre CO. wmhHw meat I S&SSS':::::: SBferiptloni pyM» toftriablyfaaifH—• THE TOWNSITE mVDDLE. The hearing in the townsite case be­ fore the U. S. Land officers at this point closed Friday, two weeks having been occupied in taking the testimony* There seemed to be an honest attempt on the part of everybody connected with the case to get at the exact facts, to the -end that no injustice may be done ariy party. As the trial progressed one al­ ter another of the contestants,on paper, dropped out, narrowing the conflict down to the corporate authorities and Hackett and Joy, as to the NWi of 4,on which the principal portion of the city is situated,and the corporate authorities and Proctor on the of NEJ and the County Judge and Proctor and Williams on the of NE£. Joy does not stand the ghost of a show, nor does Williamst *0Jthat the contest is practically nar­ rowed down t...

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. — 2 June 1875

state that be was on the crossing it the boat at the railr Missouri. :tHink town Cross examine* am certain we the 8th of August Mr. Shaw was mov­ ing goods into the store when I came., Edmond HacTcett'sworn."STB "the vpersonclaiming a pre-emption right to -the NW£- sec. 4 town 138 range 80 I the evening of .the 14th of Jupe 18T2 uthe govertm^t sti^veys #efe ,npt thien. biade When the itirms wer$ i^de^my, L/'daim became the 'NW£'. ofsec'., %. as "flow '-never hav^SbanaOned: that New York I never have. Teamed, with­ out the territory of the United States. I commenced my imjj#dv4merit§as soon as 1 could and have proSecuted theiii to the Extent of my] abilftjr rjcaine bjere Withput a centj^y'wifet an'dr fOiir chil­ dren ^e^nded upon mefpr support. Crifas examined,' Vol. ]Sioeet.-^l never bargained or contracted for a lot ontheNWJ of sec. 4 &Wn 138', range. 80 I njever told-any persont.,had bar­ gained fSr a lot I always told pepple I did not Tecogbize anybody's authority to sell lot...

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. — 2 June 1875

en the back I ft and beneath the add Motet fr*bUc, ml after,. ,—itaM u* be lew a pen and drew lnn^riaYfff1*! and declared be woald po* Ngn, *ae mu lllMM MM ttl M* if he freely^ therein ex- —nent shows •SsaiSlESS tions detailed in my direct testhynpyeayu *jjpjpt The att'T for Mr. Proctor mowlw erttoJe li reUtion to lh«KtrMU»ctto»l^teco°.p«- levidtft, w*f"tlpra to W#ven«iwiFi^^*ire gwew^aUy.1' The objection should be InteipeKd before the er witii the I ence. »in*trj changed in important partlcalars, and because the erasure*^*™* jp,un«xplalned and because it appeared that thert wS no seal after Proctor name, as sworn to by the witness.' #, Examination* CDut,ip,uedirr-'&o faroa interlinea­ tions and erasuiefe are °cibe4rned the paper is pre­ cisely the same as when signed by Mr. Proctori the cenificate and seal of the Notary was attached *ince signing, and the names of the witnesse#, butajl with­ in a few minutes subsequent to signing. The wit­ nesses jaw/Mr. Proctor sign,the instru...

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. — 2 June 1875

•B 3 Bg 2© 2* 'M 0 BISMARCK AND WCWITV, Bkmawk, D. T., June 2,1876. nmimtm It "5? if ••4 0 TSB W arm *oas 1«T !0 *n«a •fc JftPfaraH uvajf •jotapoapqi a«»K O At 1 1 V- I. A- or TUMMW. A» "J®**, TFIF or cwmei AA» 4MICW.TWI, BlUTf piXOTi tBKWW. 8 &&&* |S fa •Q 5 PUM J° p 2 Mrs. Marsfy, mother of Grant &««, Martinai»d, Monroe Marsh died at the Capitol Hate! last Wednesday evemog. She was-siek but twenty minutes. Mr. Bailey has retired from. the Bai­ led House and Charley Louis, an expe­ rienced hotel keeper, and a pleasant ^gentleman now presides, having leased the cqftcern of Mr. Ostland. Rev Mr.'Thayer JS saassss •I! -s «£«gg| uopouKI '^Y ggssess SS83S2SS gssasss gssss'fes •itnaong OUR lilifii Is isgs Highest temperature, 85° Lownt temperature, 88° MontUv Summarv roB HAT, 1875. Mean Baronietor, 2T.W6. Mean Thermometor, K.1Z9. Highest Barometor, 80.184. Lowe* Barometor, 2#.1«0. Highest Temperature, 88®. Lowest Temperature, 81®. Mean Humidltv, 0.881. Greatest D*Uy Baqge ...

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. — 9 June 1875

-wi t|4 •fifym tU 2W lo ji««9d W em Mnt"* rj^A mttfo t\d 'h .te.v ti siafto 3uo b9» *C ^9 tbe «a*r hir.o ,» n«a sift «|f xirLW.fj Mat* -c?dt heat .1 *iiHmmi ,mi ftOCMttig rtfMfr I j(4p ty»tvJ. ti. Bo^jc^, :,tJ.. aba}, ftDd wii8 seryed 91 on. Mr. B4g®*b '•etbiii deputy, 'the 0»t« «#ia»4 3 n''r'^'^- ,i /. *j.ti TJiV hi/fa--gmmm **HA dt*tabe*^ Wtota inlp aisa&le, ntri bos csroiT^r^^or'* tui sh*#01 {t.t-j.wwiw 1 •Mrmkl .... il'jf.U)bill 9hi-iOti t/o!c 03 *o« bi{ 7N iiYOU'ci Jot cd :Jii i*» pOfimtHo 'tji^pMiMB iiirtirW^'iil r«gulariy served con 1 g1 '.i1.'..'.•" we ihftd,Ttuppesed, tfju MdKor.O*r|tnd,vbw»idb2tb€f^ out-df wl^h^grWlrJfPcfeeilf peft^ed before Cptpmi?si6qer J^»C«B*nT and M^der «atK expifined h® W*®f ed hls'krifeftt only 4«eio«e thtil s^#i»«d •to x$& Wa»£uiity»yf. aftj ip^9^led, vitffog, 0^ Vtut itDf ^y i^1 Iwlted itf because it .?«iir'ieeHm*J It imprtsentod :to to «te*t /AtWiokEEUie pillifiwcl diat, im&ftpm nfa$oto*id ^ia Bi|ifeaitckvtai [YK^kton ^l» froniiirMt|f...

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. — 9 June 1875

er. !A hoosrtlMt I know of was tfcao^ljs IJAW o*l« It block tt Ms ftrst uf IHwwrtilr nir"**~ will ewrr^fcetbjMg^*1^ wm luMnifr VIMB 1M or dova with it did have toward bis dMgive told Ua kc wwuWaot ^tre^Sng^w tSere dld aot *Hh tht tJaM did tbttttai to more the MB.'1 "'dot the build- J3L taifWjgrt or the bulldlnr h*ha* eoinamoed (nmk laiti whim if I could ened him irHh wot^,"J[of Tdo Mls .3*'mwmbl-mw llbea^nd*t^e,Wtoi tu.lfa$ in ^iwn alto &<uIln«Joy wastrot.herej. I'jttA theaeUfaaAln »y and J(\f ^Cdlded lUUl WW. il| fvbwv "J y» "T""•. Hbfij had nobuilneaa Jonsetfje stages to picket the horses to, as. they, were so uttq Sometimes. examitudby Mr. Jtajwr—The men etajrtoy- ed tar the S A t* 8 Co in Un 2-8 were Joseph Pe^ iieU.Wm S Tparig, Colby, EABuh^iJdjjard Powers.Caryl! Ireland, Samuel. tlllle, A VjPres- cott, a lpi PordMl, Ar&lfe McMurdfc, Hentjrltock uer. Oefl Beardsiee, Wfia Frackleton, am notcettaln aboatTrfcckelton Samuel To*nsend, HoraceP J»ge. Klpha'rd Farrell,. Robe...

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. — 9 June 1875

railroad xinedbyJuig* Flmn&rw*.— H» railroad track extenfe aeraM_ the far forties represented «a Ki of section 4 there is a of th thefer are substantial railroad improve- and be L, I for shipping lumber, owned by Winston AOo.j oh the SWi of NWJ there was a beer saloon owned by Bose it!#iil 4^ ed a Brewery but*he, ijever brewed any beer there there is a bUcksjpjtfi. shbp on that forty occupied by James Sdv^ ter. .•?. iv*' Crow examined by Col. fcave ritijVat tb^iitarldtfliriefir .^Proc­ tor's claim the only, lines I have run the linear .w twiyfottfesHn the S£ of the N^. I commenced my survey '••at the3E'cti£^6jf ft$ ftiofiiectlqn and run 20 chains north and thence .80 not en^' mere-u accurate chainhig thaieornerstoih ttoLdinalrun from the west was3n easterly one think I allowed 1&* ea&t, variation "I was not particular 1. cap, an accu­ rate line if it is desired and bef.prepar­ ed to state it. made no use of this ,4*irti%tlpp I cl&j teH3 th­ out a chain I am as famili...

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. — 9 June 1875

•*.v -iU «1 'sn *fr* rttdl rlio II* »3lil 4 •M*=a*=*9afria laSSf^mTWlHT' tfjn nf) hiUwiFimin'l "•5 'o A) itifhert temperature, Jl*5 home* tecaperaMir*. 3*® •.. ifciiirtilflltim iin H^fjsfr7nv»ww PI a jTTO«]£ H«iT*fu '^52jnniyia^fi wmiM*t\ip 1 *ong jo W ^f«a iij«u land Hay and Bdwar r«f s: L&di&ui}' returned to. Fwt Bandall, -T*TT 10! ,u\. nr. "tfM" ffSSSS3? I£«S85g |S -Rsshrsss -flwiik^fcWwtfe' Jlunrfay Bchoo wiUkMd usual at the PrwbyterUu ehorch at 12 Md Prayer Meetings Thursday evenings. \«y:\ *,\ Houm» YoucarvgetSewiDgMachines just as •cheap in Bisiiftwck *8 jwi can in St PauL Sewing Machine Agency. ..' 41 tf Yon i: for tiLmnt. house, one of the tow* locations•—•»•—town* -Apply to two. can get any thing you want in i*4 machines made new at the Sewing Jta»i chifie Agency. Bismarck.P.T. •7/ y*,' y-- -'''t4|tfj ^ugtistus Boyden, wellknowb 'tt B?b:' ii Jen, died suddenly at St Paul lastTues' river, at a Aemiisfe:*lifreight, 5^ 'Uwi ,GfiLt jQ»unsberry has gone to fwrgo io atte...

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. — 16 June 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. — 16 June 1875

if I let myself loose long enough it least tot*U you of the exploits oJ&*m, "SOBBT cojjjuMgJk 1 Collins is a wild, devil-mejMlsort&f a fellow, who, w^i he lesjt^iMipat#, and had he a littl«*oreitftegrUy in his make up, would pass for a gentleman in almojst any_sofciety. He has a houatiful "supply of mOlfcef wit and knows pretty well how to use it. He was subpoened from St. Paul, as you will remember, on the-townsite case, and then as a Witness before the Grand Jury here, giving him a few dollars, spending money. At Far­ go "Nobby," or "Handsome Collins,'* as he is' sometimes called, conceived the brilliant idea of palming himself off on a party of English Engineers on their way to the Canadian Pacific, as a Unit­ ed States Senator. Senator Ramsey and other prominent individuals were here at the time, so circumstances seem­ ed to favor the plan. "Nobby" intro­ duced himself to them as such, and played it big on the chief of the party, who was an Irishman, and toward whom 4'No...

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