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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

TOO LITTLE. J«hnny and May and Dickey and Bell We're going down to the Daisy Ddll know you're going, know very|W®H T«v«» me too!" said dear little NelL "Too much bother!" sayB lazy John. Mav. uWho wants you tagging alone?" "Too little!" said Bell. "Course!" said Dick "Hurry now, Nellie, and grow up quick. Two ftweet'ifps £o quive^c-i^--- "Too little for what?' said dear little NelL "Too little," cried mother, "too little to bear Our portion in life,—a burden of care. "Too little a heart for trouble to weigh, Too little for tears a moment to stay?. Of wrongs and rebiifis-too little to know From mother's own side too little to go.. "Let Johnny and May and Dickie and'Bell' Go frolicking down the Daisy Dell^:' .itf But mother and Nell and pussy-cat-mew,. j, Will have the merriest picnic too." The quivering broke in showers of. smiles When mother went on to tell of pies, Of strawberry cakes, and candies, too, With bread and milk for pussy^cat-mewJ The four round faces visibly fell,—' 'lJ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

-v Hi THREE^ABi) *|Oip A Few Ben|iii|Mi|e^yp C^Tbr^-G Monte "Sharp," "Canada BUI." PMIaj^lphfo Tlp^nf. .-: iThtee-cardiacwtte^saa^indlinjf* game at which it is impossible^ to beat the op erator, and it has been «o ^ordu$b2jfifex posed that thye ought not to be any. \&6 tims. Nevertheless the monte «pidfer, seekiog human flies ot present Wealth, the war, when fiitf^ej^was so plenty. An old railroad conductor, now a passerger 'M agent!for the Chesapeake: & phio road, but who ran a train on the Baltimore & Ohio road during the war, relates that he knew "Canada Bill" to gather in $8,000 in one train froiii Martinsborg to Balti­ more, a distance of one hundred. miles. "Canada Bill" is a name well known to the gambling fraternity, although he wr-o was known by at title was some years age laid to rest. His death, which cut off from the earth the smartest operator of three cards that ever was seen took place when he was a trifle more than for­ ty years of, age. "Just as well to ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

BY G. A. LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: THF. Thr*» Months 75 I^B8: TranBiem.-rrDlBpl»jr, One inch, one time*$l subsequent insertions, 80 cental additional lines, nonpareil^ aft same rate. Legal Hoi^ces.—Seventy-Jfcve cents perfolio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for eaeh subsejusnt insertion. ..' Contract. Ra^es.—Qne inch, three months 9*4 infches, three months, 110 5 ilichea,, $lft H*. inches, $2& 2#, inches, $60. Professional) cards, four lines or less, per anr nuaa, $10 additional lines, $2.60. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion, S^SPySSSt-m monthly.. S. T. SIMONSON, R. Sec. b. c,lecKa OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The-regnlar communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A, Ss A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 p» m. Brothers in good anding are cordially in vited. JOSEPH HARE, W.M. EHER& COREY, Sec. I.O.O.F. The reguiar meetineof Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. P., are held inRaymond' sHall every ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

•J MM VMM NBW8. mUTTtTJliyj Horn, Terry's Landing' WW "BlgHorn ., rtin-\ Base Bu$, Son Peek* ri i.fr 9 *Bt0V taLwl -Jtu Butte, Yankton a \2i /, a ©en. Coster,Benton f" l"i"wr* ta" ©en Tompkins, 'J iuU £i Belenft, DEPARTURES. Josephine, Fort BentonV .* Butte Bed Cloud, Str. Big Horn arrived from Terry's Landing on Hondajr July 14th and wUl load next week for Ft. Benton. Str. Hose Bud arrived from Fort Peck on Sun­ day July 13th. She transferred tien. Miles and his command over the Missouri river at that point. 8he is now loading and will leave this evening for Fort Keogh. 8heis perfectly jammed with people and alsonas a heavy load of freight. Cspt. Joe Todd, of the Dakotan, will assume command of the Rose Bud this trip. The Coulson steamer Josephine arrived from Fort Benton on Saturday, July 12th, having made the round trip in just 17 days. She imme­ diately reloaded for Benton, departing on Wed­ nesday with a full load of freight and passengers. The Josephine is in command of Capt. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

A SimilEB MOOD. wan Nov we £1 The days are dark, the nights are dreai1 And we are growing old!" 6 j-7uoir •.'{iffelO -!flf3 of But when the vivid foliage woke' Beneath the soft Bjjrij^rafjtjf* agM®,.^ With the first note our hearts grew light, Our lips no longer cold, Grew glad with kindered melodies—. ...Can this be growing^l^^ fUr^^wg^dfant propheci^T 'Each dayi afed etening'gave, All fairy land revived again In verdure, sky and wave. The violets on the river's brink," The fivej- as it rolled, Sparkled-in ^unbeams at onr-|eet, Many a young man dates his happiness irom his Weddingrday-rr-and many anoth­ er don't." It is an old saying, but" a very pretty one, that a'blush is Use" a pretty girl, for it becomes a woman. An exchange tells oi an Alabama lady who cries nearly all -the time rand yet fat. Her fat is laid on in tiers. "1 The Germans, the world over celebrated for their thrift, have a maxim that "paint­ ing is no expense/1 .z' Mathematicians must stand one side wheC the gree...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

HOUSE, M^4MAH0GAK|Q Lltf/^% I a Save The Straw. |gp Straw is worth mDney on the farm, first for bedding animals, second for throwing into the feeding and barn yards, and third, if there be surplus, for rotting where it may happen to lie. All is of course with reference to its ultimate val­ ue as manure. Tet a large class of farm­ ers in West, yearly burn vast quanti­ ties of straw, thus reducing it simply to its inorganic elements. Englisfi analysis shows that good wheat straw contains' quite as mucn nitrogen," almost as much potash, and three-fourt as much phosphoric acid as stable ma­ nure of average quality. Yet as these substances exist in the straw in insolu­ ble forms, the necessity of its undergoing fermentation before being applied to the land is evident. So far as the mechanical action on the land is concerned, straw or other litter is valuable in its natural state on all^oui stiff prairie loams and clays. This me­ chanical division is important. It is not always an easy ma...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 July 1879

It I A •Ue by Trt»«e"^J^p«rt«rt teir B«uli Ab«t it! 1^--- T-----. 3 f. The Methodist church h'a» received a new OTg#o.j.vI ,JDJj5fc2.*jlX*x002\«l. R. Marsh purchased the wrecked cab. in of the Str. Montana. ,r v^h'e fifth.'sto^' lis., ^njg^mme xbiil. She loome^bea^tllu^^ -^SjT' Ansley Cray's law ifbrary ift advertised for chattel mortgage sale. The stage company. it wiUbt.seen hare secured a lcit ^f staien^ittules: ^,. G'* TT W^/Gitaon 'placed liakota ^wii^cv cumbers in the market some days. Judge Kidder will preside ,at the Bran Higau trial "begmning on tli^24tii Tija^ •The Masons propose buying ritilver^ liandsome and costly carpet ior their hall. JEIenry Dion and JEa^J^oi^!jS^3p^% out oil. ihe-line-witfi a stock of-hardware. Three guns, $he. Hotchkiss mountain gun) jfcve beenfor warded to Gen. Miles. Mayor Peoples-is organizing a chain gangerigade* l%»m Bismarck's back door uauips. 5 1 *rJ A The Sheridan House' engine room, sub­ stantially built of brick, is nearly coin p*#d- i.i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

i# •r 7/J-.- j-. •.. .•*.•*• .r- •. •.•r Is |/f 'Ifi? j&Sf ', ^t! Pi: VOL. VII. NEWS AND NOTES. Texas has 861 murderers. Smith was renominated for governor of -Wisconsin. "•V The Sank Bapids bridge was .blown into the "Mississippi, last week. Dick Oglesby says Senator Logan is a candi vdate for the Presidency. •Think of it. Fifty bushels of barley-to the *-acre is reported at Jamestown. Mrs. Dorsey's will, giving a million dollars to Jcfi Davis, will be contested. Russia has determined to move the natives from the mountains of Caucassas. The condition and prospects of the wheat croo in Minnesota arc much improved. The Iowa political situation is badly mixed, there being live state tickets in the field. The North Pacific Railroad is building hew machine shops and around house at Fargo. A sharp decline in wheat occurred the first of *the week, resulting probabjy from speculation. Even the Chicago Inter-Ocean is satisfied, now, President Hayes and advocates his re-elec tion. Wm. Ar...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

mm mm 2* The Heart Unstrung. A Thrilling Tale of the Woeftd Woman, cnjfarE&*- TOn|SB of Anguish in her soul doth dwell, As meat within the peanut shell. |By Ron. The high-born Lutelia laidora had thrown herself on the luxurious fauteuil in .her lather's octogon-front, 17 by 50 mansion, finished in hard wood and with all the modern improvements the latter including two superbly heavy mortgages. Abstractly branching between her $eeth the peanuts with which her pocket was stored, she devoured the meats hysteric­ ally, tossing the shells over her exquisitely rounded shoulders. (Her maid, Morgiana, had been heard to put this differently, in­ timating that the fair Lutelia Isadora was round shouldered but this was but the homage that ugliness ever pays to beauty.) What was it that had so wrought upon the lovely Lutelia Isadora, heiress of the house of Fitzmontbuig-Boggs? ..•L CHAP. II. O Jealousy, what fools you make! You're dreadfuller than stomach-ache.1 [Old Song, Suddenly the door...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

'av: JlJjCQkjeATIBJLIXlES, A thin little fellow had such a lat wife, Fat wife, fat wile-God bteat hfr! M'%. She looked like a drum and. he looked liw a fife, And it took all his money God bless her! To dress her! •*God bless her! To dress her! To wrap up her body and warm up her toes, Fat toes, fat toes—God keep her! For bonnents and bows and silken clothes, To eat her, and drink her, and sleep her, Godkeepher! To. drink her! And keep'herr "If Aifd sleepher! She grewvlike target, he grew like, a sword. A sword—a sword—God spare her! She took all the bed and she took all the board, And it took a whole sofa to bear hers God spare her! To bear her! God spare her! To bear her! She spread like a turtle, he shrank like a pike, A pike—a pike—God save him! And nobody ever beheld the like, For they had to wear glasses to share him God save him! To shave him! God 6ave him To shave him! She fattened away till she busted one day. Exploded—blew up—God take her! And all the people that saw it say...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

®|jc JJismarcli Sritmne. /A!" LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WEEKLT, One Year, ..,^:4,— $2 50 Six Months, -J JK ISO Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Display, Oiw inch, one time' $1: FQbeeqnent insertions, 50 cents additional lines nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices*—Seveaty-fiwecentsper folio for first insertion arid, fifty ceptf per folio for each subsequent insertlo*..-, Contract Rates:—One i«th, fhree months, $5 8'-4 inches, three months,^$10 inches,- $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, $50. Professional cards,, fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.60. Local business notices, 10 cen^s per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. A11 bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL.. DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The regulawsommnnications of Bismarck Lo No. ISO A. F. 6 A..M., are held in their hall on the first and'tfc|ird:inonday8 of each month at 7 p. m. Broth^rs in good standing are cordially in vited. JOSE Prf HARE, W.M. EMER N. COREY,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. a Large They Meet and Transact Amount of Business. BISXABCK, D, T., July 1,1879. The Board of County Commissioners met pur­ suant to statutes "an act to ftand the indebted* ness of the counties of Moody, Brookings, Bur­ leigh and Grand Forks," in compliance with Sec. 8 of the laws approved February 6,1879. On motion ot James A. Emmons, Joseph Hare was appointed Chairman pro tem. Moved and carried that the following bills be allowed and paid in county warrants from the general fnnd: W Raymond & Co. office chair for county clerk .......A 7 60 Wm McCrory, mileage, services Dep Sheriff 13 50 Coykendall, services as assessor...... 174 00 W A Hollembaek, medicine furnished Mrs Penne 1, pauper 32 03 S Mann, mileage, returning ballots from Mandan 1 70 Richards, quarterly salary..'.!'.'.'.*!*.!!*. 150 00 Con Lowny, attendance on pauper, Nel­ son 76 00 •E Broholm, boarding pauper, Nelson 22 25 I rank Donnelly, services as county com missioner, 17 days at $3 00 51 00 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

V. I HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.. Farm The losses by grasshoppers in Sierra county, Nevada, are estimated $45,0001 Extensive jfortest flies are devastating portions of the mojinfciii* region of Penri ylvania. Farmers in California are cutting hay in some localities. There is a fair outlook for the hay crop of the State. Tne world averages an annual product ipf 981,000,000 pounds of tea, China pro­ ducing 890,000,000. Japan 40,000,000, India 35,000,000, and Java 6,000,000. An English authority says a hundred British farmers are forced into bank­ ruptcy every week by the importation of American meats and grains. In the United States fully two-thirds of the people are directly dependent upon the soil for support and of the 9,000,000 who are engaged in productive industries over 6,000,000 are farmers. 'y Seventeen live prairie grouse from the United States recently arrived in New Zealand, where it is proposed to endeavor to establish the bird. Twenty-two were sent, but five died on the voya...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

5 $ THE XOUBNFUL MINSTREL. Or watch-fire glinted bright on swords. Of beauteous dames and puissant lords, He caroled many a lightsome lay But now, howe'er he strikes the chords. Each ditty ends in "Well-a-dav!"— Theliurthen still is "Well-a-day!" *1? He sings of War—impetuous foes Like thonder-clouds resounding meet, But ever at the conflict's close His harp peems wailing for defeat Of Love he'Bfrigra prelude sweet As Zephirs pipe to buds of May But Autumn winds regretful beat Their cadence soon of -4 rA ttWcll-a-day Love ends, like war, in "Well-a-day £. Far echoed Pride'6 imperious tone, High soared Devotion's voice divine JNow aii ges fatter rouna uie uiruue, And Prayer sinks sobbing at the shrine. Rathe Nature^ bloom, Arts deft design, In melancholy strains decay: Life's early light has ceased to shine, And darkness falls, with "Well-a-day Night comes to mate with "Well-a-day!" And while thus chants that Minstrel strange Of strength or wisdom, grace or gold, Interpreting each mo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 July 1879

©j* LOCAL, JLEVIfS. SM*de' bjr Tribune Bepdlters In Their Itouds About the City. Several discharged members of the ^Mounted Police came down on the Mac- Leod. Sam Lung has sold out and vrants those having washing in his hands to come and get their clothes right away quick. -u. There will be no services, at the Episco­ pal church to-morrow, Mr.'Miller having gone to Jamestown to hold services at that place. Judge P. R. Smith lias rented the old city meat market and is placing speci­ mens the choicest of his Montana herd of cattle on the block. The Davis party have struck a three foot eight vein of coal, which is pro­ nounced a very good article, twelve miles west of the Sweet Brier coal banks. Matt Laib, an old time resident of Bis­ marck, has returned to establish Jhe a livery stable in the city having rented the Ben Ash stable for the purpose,, and regrets that did not stick when he came here six years ago. John A. Stoyell is inter cstea with Mr. Laib. Private Kearney, of Company G...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

,w—rr11 to" «."*•"*' *.» v-n^ "-'i .. Q,~s *?**W£* ~"La I »&,-£•-'&•' (,' I j-v, iWaKs.^a.1^ Wi ir I',./ .-' •:r /*•'.-=• NEWS AND NOTES. •M 1_ General Grant is going to Australia and N«w Zealand. Dakota will be entitled to a West Point cadet ship next year. Minnesota estimates a wheat yield of 45,000,000 bushels this year. During the deluge Mr. Noah was in the habit •of calling his wife an ark angel. The Red River country will produce six mil­ lion bushels of wheat this year. Another large installment of Russian immi­ grants have located near Tankton. James Gordon Bennett has presented his •sister's first baby with $100,000. Somebody wauts Sargeant Bates to attempt to •carry the British flag through Zululand. New York has had several- cases of yellow .fever, occurring among refugees from the South, Texas herds ot stock are being sent to Montana to recuperate from the effects of the prolonged drouth. It is said that a Manitoba wave would be terri­ bly chilled if it came in c...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

.*4 LINES TO A CAT. I love thee, cat 1 love thy pleasant ways: I love to see thee dozing round the house I love, through all these dreamy summer days. To watch thee circumvent the bashful mouse I love to hear thy calm, contented purr, And stroke thy coat^-so near, and yet. so fur. Bufcl love not, when starry night is come, To hear thee, cat, with velvet-padded hoof, Rapid as taps on the startled drum, Or summer rain-drops, pattering onthe roof. For when thy claws slip, from their velvet jacket, Thou art a \viid Niagara cat—a cat a racket. Sweet Avarbler, when the radiant moonlight falls In mellow splendor on the haunted shed, Oft have I listehed to thy plaintive wauls And cursed thee, from my sleep-deserted bed. How have I wept to hear thy longdrawn shout, "Maria! oh-h Ma-ri-a! Comin' ou-out?" Oh, cat ambitious! Thou wert born to lead: Thou are the first in peace, in war the furs And to provide for each and every need, Thou never goest out without my purss. And like most hnman vocal...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

mr W'1-' i- j) wr^" FOR" "FORTY YEAfcS, '••'-•».I bieatli.."* Orpeace, retuniing with her olive wreath,, OfcUve, oif joy, of- sorrow and of death.! For suns will sink, and twilights melt away Cool eyening hurry on, nor midnight stay. But .at the summons of, the morn e'n night grows gray, Stars fade from sight, and- lo! the light! the day! .— Such change from day to night, From dark to light, Fills up the record of my forty years. For Forty Tears You boys lo.ok forward on another page, The hall is dreased, the candles are not lit, The page is white, the annals are not writ, The stage is set tlie curtain pulled away, The actors dressed ready for the play, And I the chorus stand: ——is it for me To say if it be Farce of Tragedy? What 6hall the dancers dance, or what the rage That heaves the history of thg stormy age, For Forty Years? Not mine! For Forty Years The stage is all your own the page is yours, Of storm, or peace, Of work, or ease, Of winter tempests, or ©f summer showers, Not ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

file gismartftSribune. BY C. A. LOUHSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: VKIKLT) One Year, $2 SO Six Months, 1 BO •». Three Months 75 ADVERTISING BATES: Transient.—Display, One inch, one time1 $1 subsequent insertions, 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-fire cents per folio for firnt insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One inch, three months, $5: 34 inches, three months, $10 6 inches, $1S 10 inches, $25 20 inches, $50. Professional cards, fonr lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.fiO Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills foe' Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. F. A A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. JOSEPH HABiS, W. M. EMER N. COBET, Sec. I.O...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 August 1879

A& 'j-'1 •1 RIVER NEWS. -v ABRIVAM. .J£» _• & a ins, Mr, as 1- -y Rose Bud, Fort Keogh Far West, Fort Benton. •",:.* :t^' Western, Yankton n:. 11... C. K. Peck, Fort Benton. .... Fontenelle, Bee ton. •Gen. Sherman, Beaton. »#.••... Helena, Yankton D. H. Backer, Fort Keogh. Bed Cloud, Benton. DEPARTURES. .•" Big Horn, Ftort Benton. f% Koee Bad, Terry's Landing. Western, Tankton. C. K, Peck, Yankton. Fontenelle, Yankton. Helena, Fort Benton. D. H. Kicker, Yankton. The Josephine departs far Fort KeDgh Aug. oth. 5%e Key West will leave Jt Benton on Tuesday, Aug. 5th. The steamer Montana is on the ways at St. Lottie. The Dakotah is on her way to Cheyenne Agency. The Benton ielt Tankton on the 31st with 300 tons for Fort Pierre. The Key West arrive to-day from Yank­ ton. She ratarns on Sunday. •The Red Cload passed Stevenson at nine this morning, and will be here about five this after­ noon. The Coulson Line steamer Big Horn departed on the &Sth for Benton with a full load of ...

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