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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 June 1875

er, and «u a fATOtitejr curaions. Iwtdkno an Indian name, which Jumper." About 1887 jfe ofthe"montha«nd •ears) we spent at the mouth of White Earth River, 150 miles fro# ifteJMi Hills. In the following summer I made MF FIRST VISIT TO THE BLACK HILLS I lewbtf then that of the bills *od to theTlelpUjujf 4h» j«l leys of the"various riverflu that ndw season we spent upon the western ridg­ es a| Big Horn River. I'Jiad given thie Sioux the idea of digging pits over which buffalo meat could be dried quick­ ly by the heat of fire, and while mak* ing a pit of this sort one day we came upon particles of a yellow metal which I took to be gold. My companions said it was, and informed me'that they had found gold there before, and that the hills had always been famous for their gold. A few days after that I took some nuggets from the bed of the Big Horn River which were of THE F1NHST. QUALITY OF GOLD. The Sioux informed me that the Black Hills had always .been known as aboun­ ding with gold and o...

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. — 16 June 1875

BISMARCK AWP VICINITY Bisnaroki D. Traiis iiwe ttomvck '^S&ISSSSImK t'ce—fneadays, ^rimrsdaysS-a* Saturdays, aw.xa *. arriving in Fargo at 6.30 p. m. Leaves Fargo for Bismarck Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays atTriO a. m:, arriving at Bismarck at ^rain™leave Fargo daily atr 6:30 a. m. andamye at Junction 10.-50 p. m.,makuK clow Connection with cjeht trains on L. S. A M- R. R. for 8t. Paul and all ^hr^'tickets to all the principal cities "rtand south are on sale at the Ticket Ofbce of uw N. P. K. R. here, and afl information as to the times of the sailing of Bnats and rates of passenger fares for Car roll, ECT.«0, io., cn t*1»«« Freight and.TickeV Agent N. P. R. R- tpoose for Rent. A dwelling house, on,e of the locations in town Apply to Strauss, at the jewelry store. Dog collar-plates engraved at this of­ fice. You can get any Amazona coffee good go buy some, have it. a h^li^it^captuig fee- phine—gobble Cap*. Chr^nt Marsh—tafct a trip up the Yellowstoiie-^return beal-f thier and ...

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. — 23 June 1875

VOL. 2. Uto '.%• r.:. #Itt ^isnwrek $iimu«. As independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. srBgcRiFTioM raic*: Cue year 12.00 T(we$ months 9 months 1.3^ I COKTRACT RATE?.—One square 1 year, $15. eighth column, 1 year, $25 One-fourth colamiv v«ar, $40. One-half column, 1 year, $»0. tfliinsn, 1 year, $125. i»^0« LMAL ADTBUTTSEUBSTS, per square, (ten nonpareil, or 250 ems of type .n«ed, making ohe square,)one insertion, $1.50 additional c«-r.ts.' The space Occupied by. displayed lines b^H be taeasure'l as solid iype of the iize used in the body of t*i»: rfdvevtisemer.t. TO- SUBSCRIBERS. 5uJ'iCt i''ti-e Awling an "V" following their names Trill vu:br,: uu\%U*l the .A. term for which they frjtve paM their subscriptions will expire with the next r.omV.er. anil unless the subscription is renewed »ie paper be discontinued. This rule applies to -ail r.nrt ii ful )ted, not because we are afraid to trust our tttbtt.Ytoers, tat because it is found to be the plan r„o*t suttef-clo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 June 1875

l^ismartk Bismarck, T., June 1875» SLACK HILLS TREATY. Gen. Terry, Bishop Ames, Senator Allison and Rev. Mr. Hindmfn, of Da kota,and four others have been appoint­ ed by the President a committee to make a treaty with the Indkns for "the surrender of the Black Hiiis'. They will meet the Indians on their own ground and will undoubtedly conclude a treaty with them, involving their removal to the Indian Territory and the surrender of their country during the summer, and in time for Black Hills business late this season. Prof. J&mey is still in the Black Hills looking after gold, and his report is every day looked for. Unless favorable it will not settle the question. Some irreverend chief in Washington telegraphs the Chicago papers that if God almighty should issue a proclamation denying that gold exists in the Black Hills the frontiers­ men and others who are bound to go would not believe it, and would still in sist that there is gold there. And he is right. There are those who kn...

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. — 23 June 1875

.Helen*: June 2d being 21 JOeiBOA: arunc sut ow"| r*"3:"7tt road. The same daj another Diimond fotft» mrtfj oth er.. |t .• Jjj it tJii before tr iini will &®An 'ron Gorrtne or Benton. Inmy neitl will endearor to gire y«u description ©f Tk« JT"'« Described hr Mi*** From A 8t. Jo. Herrtd Interview^ The noonday traiti of "^»e^ KAniM City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs Railroad from Onuh*, yesterday coo tained a miner who had recently been found in Black Hills by a scouting mili­ tary band and brought back to Omaha. He was one of tbe party of four who came out of the mining locality to a ranch near by for the purpose of ob­ taining some provisions and minin§ utensils which had been left behind,and arriving at the place they found the small company of military under whose kind care they were permitted to return to civilization. Although the time for an interview was not very extended before the tram bell began to ring, the Herald man on bearing that such an important person was aboar...

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. — 23 June 1875

l&UOH ildLa^Ailu. fa aisi «i Dori »ill be y., aniPrayef Jfeetii #ft '\$0IN»TYi ptgwin^ D. Tij'Jofl* 28, ®875. Sewing Machines. You can get Sewing Machines just as cheap in Bismarck as you can in St. ^aul Sewing Machine Agency. 41 tf Dog collar-plat^ engraved at this of­ fice. O You can get any thing you want in the Sew ins Machine line, and all oid machines made new at the Sewing Ma­ chine Agency. Bismarck, No locusts. Growing rains. Crops "looking splendid.' A choice selection of fine imported wines and cigars for families and medic­ inal purposed, at thg St. Louis Liquor Store. Warranted pure. To retailers A large line of cigars is now in stock at the St. Louis Liquor S tore,ranging in price from $30 to $150 per thousand. Retailers should exam-, ine this stock. A Swede—name to us unknown—who labored around Bismarck during the pa3.t.i£ijnter, fell out of the Fontcoelle's yawl i,ato~the Missouri and was drown ed. Ilik-body was not recovered. A landmark of Bismav?!k» situated on ...

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. — 30 June 1875

ja 2. 4*— ^Tf i^Ur:|*nj»oisC, P« Bi»fl44 4 tLj»,,«]j!0) 1 *#fkei~rbD' i&torical Socte tit—riirrwr'r 0,' v!!J "V t,, L-pei*cfctJSe«qw*p«r rotate** by im BisMARCK titunrin: ca fcw t%) K. •~hlh*:"? Off r/. -...T.- -..., *oN*r*ptirt*e in a»txx«*.' -,B3» p^qWfTi—a Oat flu.' 'eolBmn' ^t«i£flA€WaAfc|fiaK« 0»I^U1 UiS^tLl.') riP9#fce. .71 HS3&5LR3713- qm- ssfltart# :4ftl&C€ «. ttfjiin-, re»t ae solSittyji® cfJlttafc* sitedinthe body t«iv»rt\»f»a«tit.^ r.«• •!_•-' ^--T~ :":',-r TfO SUBSf™™*11**- '&».K^'ibcrs fcodiiqf'&Bv' ^»j r,t'kerrtan4 that the J4V«j liiv^ fn!) fh-.'ir fivifcK5ri|»tfinS wart '.irub'-r, sttiij *)Blek« tlmW i:M «f !•.'j?l«(MntiQ^edi *ih- 9jj- ,. .ijca, tooanM 'Vrtit •Ttw,'caufi^l3t"lsf flu fid to T*! »t,1nvAt V4*i s*itefr«t*»ry the gerJr&i sfe i)*i4Mr, V».t'juice tveuiepj. I'or v*. VtWh.i.'bV'k WaVsi. ai' 4«fr'3fS»fe, ot*iT'r'p^:* cfciiMfcy»lon ofl^f»er "SS cervtii r«r tiu-1. T«»rt* ., C. r. V-: -I- =frr ,,. KOT&g.-4.^. NEtfS*:) ... Ktf.Wc*• il-.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. — 30 June 1875

^istttarrk Bismarck, D. T., Jiuifl BLACK MII^ASA It will be seen by the dispatches pub­ lished elsewhere that the reports of Gen. Custerand the correspondents cotnpanied him are more t^M^Qfina ed iu every particular by the geologist sent out by, the government. A desperate effort seems to have been made in official circles to discredit Cus­ ter's report which'seemed to be neces­ sary in order to allay excitement until a treaty could be concluded. Gens. Ter­ ry and Sherman, on a report of Col. Ludlow's, a garbled abstract of which has been sent all oyer the country,went so far as to recommend that the Black Hills be set aside as a permanent res: ervation for the Indians, and that they be taught pastoral pursuits, for which the'Black Hills were peculiarly adopted: But now comes Jenney, who was ex­ pected to aid in throwing cold water on the movement, who admits'his aston­ ishment and confirms Custer, causing a renewal of the Black Hills fever in a more malignant form, 1 Negotiations o...

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. — 30 June 1875

The Wnew miib dearliaata. Om their oovrss !•««•». I_fr- "theclwhl*. tte MI «3£wsaa_ OfUxie oinelewiyMMl Little heart* to lore us— fl»*itfntmvol Up the saoaataia stsep These are left Ultra M~ *Ml» laid to sloe* -•0:«UWWS Wakawlthlnthe pertaAs 1 rrtoee who rocked hie eradi-? K/t hiii«No4i)iith. Ah! thatnightofhennr When hi* spirit fled. And we sat despairing. Qatiac on our dead •alaly, vainly eiiaglng To the darling ©ae— Holding beck the answrr, "fkxtf Thy.ttiU b* d*R«r Hesm tins earl/ taagfct That with blistered feet Thorny baths are trodden, Thowgn the flowers are sweet Cap* of1«te hN Tainting A aregHWf- .*» of feep distress,' m$ to lieavea. Hope of bapplaee# Nineteen years, dear Lles!e. Thos thelrcauTse have rua Do I lore thee better Than when they bffgan Gould'stthou read thia boean. Then would'* surely ate Every warm pulsation ft robbing bat for w*e! When fatigaed and rifciwed With Life* Many snare#. Ah! so well thOu kaowest How to soothe toy eifre# On that faithful twain I recll...

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. — 30 June 1875

it,?v s«iwaeiwy8gg$- & aod rrtlaf* ali :#£.?«»»*•** Tci» will find go^d sweet butter at Wztson &, liro'e. Pa Thto^g^'ct^aafe oV^rislgb 'swre short, and «rc will pay liberally for comes»f that d»^ to replace the nits- SwJf„ Rapids, butter fsr.saie at Wa Jb&KuJ .' m.—•—1 .•.' Miss Belle Comerford opened a select sphool 4ns the Bismarck sohoolhouse, JMToaday Jane 28Ui. Terms 40 ets per. week for children under ten year of'age, »6» ."•• v, .f,C y\ 7 NT Wo warrM .all *0BS*5 ^Cfcieday School Pr^rt^church at SwRTfflW piwFIC *. ftr. rqjfM r:•»§*1 O A vT7T^4t—,K T~ Bienun-ek at 1 ^SlujSl^fe W*t&&4i M*». VltJa^ttou f«:50 j». «n ,* crf&f.njr close ccoo«4H» mU ripU trains on, L. S. &&JB, R:. ».*»«! poictseaa. -w# ',v,wpriuwpal *'."' ... „,rJ. Tbroueb tickets to all '^»e crtoee IhttaMWtOfiloe of tMK.-P. R. R. tutfe, and all informritiou aa -to the times wtica* ©f B«a*p aod roles ©t*iaMcn«r fares ier Ciwr rulLWitbrt Xc. ,r4*tf b'c hitf b'naj^if ttionlo JOES DAVIOSO...

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 July 1875

f. w-r' 1 'ifc'J Tt j»' rr it r'ftuO tifi- ./ vi r-w7*d* *!o j- \pm erly»f.:l ftif! tfljlh (*a vTHTl ie: eii 2, VOfci jiJO 'fgXO CW? Vfci' Tf'Jii ,f rnjcr 1* on i'i .'j 1 ffi£D the .wsimhwv.-ampmnre oo- OU*yea*.. '^.w i'.i i«. ?«5l ten&osi'W- ets. ewEij l»H Mmntf, 1° yq»r,!l inaiion, $lJf*M«leaf|l Hfrsre, betoeasured as so of(he ad Subscribers finding Mt"V fallowing tbelr names w:H onderstand tbdtTOe '-A- «lrm for which they um paid their sqbtorlgllps Iwfll expire Wife the o**t number, and unlessJfche sawgriPVon is renewed the paper will foe dtscdfitlmied. Ah ruleirtwi to all, and ii adopted, :i»t because we are afraid to ir ust our subscribers, but because it is found to be the plan most satfof^Ctor) to the general subscriber, and mere convenient Jer ue. .• Pestsaaste** are authorised, to art, as qar age&ts, retaining a eonu^adoa of- IS} per ofc*.—or MTcento for each Te«riTSqbflj'rfo*fra- V- n*ny-. TO &UB8GRIBBB&. With this toiue tnds volume two of the Bibmabck Trib...

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 July 1875

I j, II I::- rffce JgicflMt*] Bismarck, D. THB inMAtt 'WW* a Grand Council will be signed tstnity fufreM^ifigt^dr htttft- 'ihgrpriYifiges'in Jtfebradia andilr^ld- tt fndianS'are re'^iy^iW dispose of the less trouble. v^roet the treaty must be -submitted to tiie President,and by him bc submit- ted to. congress, but let the Ipdians, ©uce signify their wiUingnesstosutTon- der tkeir rights on any terifas, isfl Uncle Samuel will* find it' difficult to re- strain hisunruly children from taking' immediate posession qfthe country,and probably would not do so if he could. It isthepolicyof the President to remove the Indians to the* Indian Ter­ ritory whe rei the climate is less ligorous and better adapted .to their mode of life, and where- the lanfl is presumed to ba more fertile and the season longer, ptttahtirig many advantages, should {Key choose to abandon their tribal relations and adapt pastoralpursuits. We hear much said» of the probable influence of the Indian ring on'the treaty. The...

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. — 7 July 1875

t* SO I AMI Mt MMrfvWd IfMHMlfiMM. lamrtfcei AMMWia1 UlMtlw sad ftw|Hi in ay «W. l*""' ImlmvdlnltotilMatU Otupfitl as Uw April A/— „V* II Looklag bac^y^d, I wp pv 3 he wtt always true to The antf fog ^r. trUBW» dulgiog aS.' Ye*. with Oold ire prisraed tear* that burned, i^ro* Spirit the quiet farewell word— TUt neither meant and neither heard irted i^our pain, neA again. Iot0t»rie4 fatneif»b»«lsi A li Sometimes. underneath the moon. On rose-laden night* ef June— Wli«a white clouds Boat o'er the Wue, And tl«M» *ito||lMini rfc thfoUgh", rows And the Hon tffcr {rfcglranl Aad the liberal pfcae tree Siiqp Perfume on the Something in myJmmm| mM.? very gently—she is dead. Now, at somber autumn ere. .S fjietiagAU tfcasit T* Tiil •.•t T"£f it Otoie, with U^rillf of hope and fear, Mystic sense that she was near Came ilM^flfti^ht^thNtagh fa«tt' »nd abe lore* and remember# iHU,. „. But, no word eraeMMTMrwent, And, when nine HogTWjpl werespent, Or where wild.windk .whistle free tK'4 On the hills...

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 July 1875

jsqbj 12 ».', *9 ,.U, VTCiwWV tfBBF-^_ Wkirfwff niiifll '^A^— 1875% y^apightauwl Ticket 4i*n* I' /_• jii J' Seving WtfliliiM* You can getSewidg Machines just as cheep in pisBMrcft ^i7^.ou can in St. Pan], Sewing Machine Agency. -,.V.J •. .•• /. 41 tf vSave Mofcey. Just Received, 1 Car Load 4X Floir, 1 3X" V? I 2X Blu—»wi I'lhOwlt cmJOU. Ciaw Mt,' Potato* Ai Good c&asortpeeat •&-W*ritippqm. ^•3^Q*0©eri*a by Evory T*tain. Sold Xov for CmIu You can get any thing you want in the Sewing Macbinei|oer and all old machines made tew at' the Sewing lla^ xshine Agencv. Bismarck. D. T, .v r. l' 51 -1 .« a |»od ion of v: class work. Ulfc-li. OB,ta tether no and PrM^ ^TJirics^esve Fargo daily at 0:30 *.«"• "?^"lyf 32#TO,£frasHW Through'tiek«l» to all the principal cities east and mat*aretrissleetth$ Tfckft-QftflB of the N. P. R. R. here, and all information at totbe tmei tte aailise of Boats and nM of passenger fa re* for Car- (ery W. RAYMOND ft Co. if you want a first claw article of but...

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 July 1875

tK*£*V&t ?£l THE tr YW*%J .WA »o *t MMfTfittAAWt MM**** COXTRACT RATBS^-~0BE^()naM»l^EART $10. mtif* 'A ••?*:••«.•: .... *».• •'•v.wtaa: 'outl -j to independent Mowepapet nubUsbedby wHHfcei Aufisfe ot«'# __. «i* Months.. v..... eighth column, 1 year. $25 One-foarth column, 1 year', One&tll cAittfor. !tfJre&r, $70. See, column, 1 year, $125. LEGAL ADTBRKSfcXBRTft, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, .rff TOOiei&s ofiype mnJunr one square,)oneinsertion, $1.50 additionalmsertloMjo temeaeiirSl aS^lftt ty^^lferiz?5il cf the advertisements j1 *. TO SUBSCRIBERS. tub writers finding an V" following their names will undevs'aoiUhat the u\- term for whichthey have vivid ibeir subscriptions will expire with the HIE* ouv rabirrifrejrs., bat bemtfe. it is1 foo*l, tob* rbe meti -MH&ott to the gewtrnl. subsetfbpr, k&d more convenient for us. rortmasters sic authorised to,act as our agents, retaining a corcnoission of 1SJ per eeat.—or 25 cents fox eacfcsearlv aiijifcrio^on. The...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 July 1875

I I IJ if: DO NOT BZPtCT TOO OTCl. If you hire permanent business, Stick to it, and let minif"*^" ithiafc 1 If the bent of* your in mining, I say, as Califr the fellow who wantijft 1 to-hand tuss'e with abe "Go in, young man,—go in. Bless dSapfofpot ioulri*rg not-the ienti tions but wr better send for gunny 8# tlrfyjt yer fragments in/' is,~1twltt be something ofs success to a great many. Bat many ^will come mm brofcie, and goback 'soon after'in tkasaouB unenviable condition. You utsrr listen totheir^cuTses said reviling*, anv beliere th*t they butecbothe sen­ timent of thousands who had nothing to'lOae and hadn't the Ihck or pluckto w^niitnything. Yotk fr^jbune eorrdapondeiit:, •TCM^a ^as beenfound in theHills at the .new catnpnear Harney's Peak in m&a in-a three days'journey. ., wr. L§9f^« of thVparty,expr^ed his opinion th^,w? country would prove the rich est ^old diggings east of California. The x&lls seem to be rich in gold And silver. TOeeMternj4$pe of.the Hills w^ reM...

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 July 1875

The folloi lllf»ltH) tfViw... west of the 100th Merits*, **iji "nem raina." mmmmse® KtSiMM3r» ...kfrafan." Jdy 6th, 1875. S Correspondence Bismarcklrifrune: "With your pefmi^Stbn jtfr.JBjiitor, I'll endeavor to give your.xeaders an^ idei as to the manner id which the glorious Fourth was celebrated at this post ort the 5th inst. It was my good fortune to be invited together with my family, to participate in a.ball and supper, got up by some the non-commissioned officers, and their associates at Ft. Bice, and I am free to jliy, ihat did not expect so'omch ele gance and refinement, dashed with gen­ uine hospitalHf 6n ther frontier, where Mars -instead of Venus-is-supposed to rule, and I desir# to make special men­ tion of Hospital Steward Sansel and Sergftritt Miller and tffnkle for conceiv ltti^d cafrylhg to so successful an is k&W&t-c^ jiro^rimme. hearts composed tfc&^happjp throng that iln^^thlpig^^u^ rig.todoud thfeliappines! of the hour. _,_w. esi. cr' Then** hall in t...

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 July 1875

irrirn trr asjcatanBtiMiMBt v^g^ia^igiawL aSrtSWWWB^^ tia3SeSj«. Thursdayejwd «tt«Haj^.t W5 and FrWays at 7:20 »., arrivingat Biwnarckat Mrf fif ,.' *f/ *.»»•? v, Trai'rrs leave Fargo daily *t 6:30 a. m. and arrive ISBBfflftRt R. IteA, and all inTcrrwrtfon as to the tta^ of aailtoc cf Boats andrates of passenger ^rCar' \a. frei^it and Ticket Agent N. P. (:.''. *if .J. S.jVVinStori, rp«a3iv^d.1% Bertfiold «h^ price ovgh to have^b«en at least $11. The Minneapolis reporter of ifre f*io-j neer-Press savs a laTge, amount of Min­ neapolis capital wilUefes mvestnftewt in Biimurdc town 4ot«r 8® soon a« the 't^Wpsrte.^ue^toTi iasettled. R. Sauk Rapids butter, the best article in market: Oonsutridrs w?H-#a*e two /ftT. three proti&ky buying of them, as they purchase from the producers di yjectv ind ^re content with a-peasona* bleprofit. There is a class of people that s^eto to begrudge wttty dollar that £oes to their locaV paj^ers and still borrow it and read, it, acid are the severest cri...

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 July 1875

UeuftS fi oil*n tXUYlZ fciit*j Hf.-wtH umiidTf 3BSSt VOE/Sp cfcc&acfl H|e UtiUofJ An -bi^otl r/ One jev 01b months...... rw Subscriptions AD Tjuaanuv, sertions, 00 82 addii 1 time* 98. column, 1 column, lt_ Coanun eighth col year, 949. column,' Lion. eonpareil, square,)one The cents. Gen. Joei&ooiir sMD suffers Atom a rlroke, butisto*tWr. Thomas Riley b»i,~been appointed agfcbl, White Wrer Indl^ J*^. ,3,..v., The Pacific Mail attachment placed QoW King's property has been dissolved. -jf, I'. I A svedal tern of eourtfr«l(x»f«ne at^j)k?^nt in August for the trial of Wlntemuu. A military (expedition is said io te ou^ffitiug fc'tPt. Randall to remove the Black HSls totaders. Pmldent Grant tea gvand4iflM&wait is Sartoris, apAH i» bey ire^hingMptpWoids,-ift- Oak Septeen left ^nisU for |h«:Bl|ck BUI* on Ux,«?2th inst, to arreit anddfiyj* ?p% wm*K PrterJB. Sweeney's bail -haft .been, re^eed fcrom 89iWM0(He 81HKOOO but Peteris in 9urepe,is inTOff^ef«farn. :iu-' 1h r.t.iu toe #WlA...

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 July 1875

Bismarck, D.T^fi INDIAN FXnAXJM. That there are more or less frauds in oonnectiOn with the Indian business, ftoH-dfiMHw baveHbrohoiL tfcrfrBfi tier for j* number pfyears, a®d^who ljve kpjji oar. ey Oof cas^s a certain per cent^ age wilj turnput badly, through fraud and peculation. 'This is as certain as the death tables, which have come to. be regarded infallible. As special oc­ casions sometimes increase the death rate in certain localities, so circumstan­ ces tend to increase the number of fraudulent transactions in .certain de­ partments. The isolated Indian agen cies have been ftvorite hauntsfor those who think the government owes them a living, and ail along the Missouri river, in years agone, opportunities for fraud and peculation1 were not unfrequentiy unblushingly embraced and the fruits openly enjoyed, and the military posts as well as the Indian agencies found themselves at the mercy of contractors without honor or conscience, and that, too, through 110 collusion with thes...

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