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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 July 1875

Ytu c*& ohatp ii PtoL Sowing Hath!** CMioa Thetogfttfliiferff ket will be fotutf at the St LonisXiq* nor $tore. ",' ^^lp^3|^iprt ^yielf of| one monih ontho 1st, is tVjPflropriation Thej 4je«SrfStlp»x bereft Iftfcr jBmiih BrriTedtriqay wewefpsjing the trupsl^ii.tfrt* *$?" '•"S" much"'—or a lingo to that effect* only! about five titnes Is long, and she said it' so fast our idea got the mashed pOtatos and jelly and fish, and particularly the ra la mode, all mixed up. together, and couldn't for the life of us tell what we did want. We excused her fer repeat­ ing it so fast, though, p&w giri, lor if she hadn't she would have lost her bear­ ings abd never righted again in the world. We had her repeat it over three times, but it was no go, and 8) we told imagine about what she'd bring out. In less than half an hour she returned with some boijed potatoes and a piece of meat, and we ate, our dicner without attempting to order anything more. yr»»i. 8»»1b» S. A« DivistoBr or ASP M*o*t8...

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 July 1875

.^to»*l£P|Z"L. ThnmghtfektM* eooth an oa sale etthe 'r 18751 Dattai tht Bandy fcfcw I _?eHles east and tee of the N. P. R» ttpei of the fares forCar. |il|erB«Hr. rli»t lCnti«ftp61i8 T*get b^r attheSt Lonip Liqapr Store i^ itdeHciousbever* dark & Bill have sent teams to Port Stevenson ind Butof410 putin the bay for tb^£osts.v Thfey arfe also putting in .the coal at Stevenson. Ward Bill wenft up on thelRey 'West to superin tend the" Bed&nber 3the hankrupt sale at the St. Louis Xiiqoor Store. \t :SEbe Tubshi tnyiteji at^tiomto .the Enlarged adVerti'semenf of Dunn & uo., pioneer druggists, which appears thic week. llawriB.Bun^^OorW ainon§ tbefiret&ettlvre in BHffi&forek *rriviA§ in I872, and are well known to our p66j pie as straight. forw$rd business men They keep afjob^istWk. EinwneUthe 'theSfe/LOTHS1 :t jreatXiennan drink at Store. Mike FeHer,ooeof our Qerinan farm *ers wlJo lives sbdnt two iniles from tofrp, brought four bushels of the finest riewpotatoes we have...

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 July 1875

.3LKV-0*»HL -aoJatoH n*-5' .VJ i. if 1 .3. un A OIK year.......... M.eO| Three months...... .TS Si* Mpnths......... 1.551 Singlecopies 8 BotmrlpttoBi payable Invariably in advance. AJDVEKTISING BATES. Geo. N. Jackson, Deputy U. Collector at Louis­ ville, suicided last week. Ha waa start $46,000. Oen. Wlnslow has beeirsppoUited Receiver of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids Minnesota ratooad. One hundred and thirty-two ricruits were receiv­ ed at TorfRandall for the 20th Infantry last week. The Duluth region is suffering for want ofrain, an eight weeks' drouth being complained Of by the Her­ ald. Geo. D. Perkins is now the sole proprietor of the Sionx City Journal, H. A. having gone to Des Moines as State binder. The editor of the Bralnerd Tribune realized 80 acres of land from the ticket he held in the St. CloVid hotel gift enterprise.: Charles Douglas Is now sole proprietor of the Su­ perior Times—Pryor. hi former partner, having been "frose out" by the hard times. U. Dennisoa, on duty a...

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 July 1875

tftu ^isnutrfk ^ifcnae. Binnarok, D» T»f Jidj^fyffi75, POLITICS, MIM&M.(&J&iANB NATO)**!*. The Minnesota Republican conven ticftt wilt be lield at St. Paul to day John S. Pillsbury of Minneapolis, Dr «f. H. Stewart of St. Paul, and Horace Austin of St. Peter, are the prominent candidates, with the chances in favor of Austin, for the reason that Stewart will so divide the strength that would otherwise go to Pillsbury, that the southern portion of the State may come in and walk off with Austin's nomina­ tion, as the southern Minnesota Demo­ crats defeated Fisher and secured the nomination of Buel. Either of the gen­ tlemen named for the Republican nom­ ination are good men, but Pillsbury would probably be the strongest. Aus­ tin is best known, but would be bitter­ ly opposed for personal reasons in some localities, while Pillsbury would carry the full Republican vote. Dr. Stewart is not well known except to the older settlers, and in the counties near St. Paul, by whom and...

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 July 1875

-.-f I Thft iHPPfllod m^T fSJwSSSSFtwaerwrp- PS si Serious Roubles are reported a^sw'saf'cs! having been killed^ late near Boze man. .'*.•-?• That Minneapolis Lager Beer at the St.,Louis Liquor Store Js a delicious beverage. Somebody made a- raid on Mrs. Ga ger's clothes line a few days ago In their haste to get away, being discov­ ered, fthey left a p#if 9p. sfeqte were placed ijn the laqtfs Mar­ shal Madden, and now//"Cherokee Lize" languishes in jail for larceny, having been sent up for thirtyid^ys by Justice Davis on complaint of Thomas Madden. •*. Save Money. Just Received, 1 Car Load 4X Flour, 3X ax 2 1 a good Assortment ©f Furniture. Fresh Groceries by every train. Sold Low for Casta. J. W. Raymond & Co. Father Genin, of Dututh, spent Sun day in Bismarck, holding services as usual. At 6 p. m. he united in the ho­ ly bonds of matrimony, at the Catholic Church, Tom. Fortune and Miss Bridget Lanihan, in the presence of a large au­ dience. You can get any thing you want in th...

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 July 1875

mmm. AH.P VANITY. Bismarck, D. T., July 28, 1875. 1M Prtfer Mecthig. -&I.J •KM it fTlEtl If PACIFIC 3-^r Trains leave Biemarc* *8 follows, .*j0e_Tueeday«,ThursdsjTsand Saturdays, at7.15 ^'SSnfieivelirsodihy at 6:30 a.m. andarrlvj Wiling 'of Bwats and rates of pa*©ngCTf4_ roll, Benton, Ac., can be ha^n ^JJvlig0N Freight tod Ticket Agent N. P.R. R- The Tribune oa Trains and Boats. Aft drains on the Northern Pacific, and all boats from this point on the Missouri river now carry the Bismarck Tribune, which is for sale by the news agents, or distribution by the clerks. A large extra edition is printed (or this purpose. Hotel and other advertisers should note this fact. Additional locals on third page. A first class Hotel. Steamboat and railway passengers will find the Louis House, (late Bailey House,) Bismarck, a first class hotel in every particular. Rooms are well fur­ nished, tasty, convenient and well ven­ tilated, beds clean, and the tables the best in the city. This house recei...

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. — 4 August 1875

1 9t? B-'oxj* '-riQ vqtstbv~j blot- ctiL 7 tiJj :i'jyoo *fl «C30 cnw QJBC1& 2fe8teS iH\ ,f ci '0 3 -BOiJ OifJ CO Oil iJDH it) -l?3£Qii T?ol A A^iifcai iif tari* 1^1 uU*3?0- jv.i.oiq 'iVTfcfl/. volq TKB WWW ISBim ooj HD••IlKt'iilW Wiinli~' SSSter/.^iaaSSS^..::. J! wp»- It! tomtjum **w*. «?,$SM^tiiZ£!fUhL f*Wj' #lw# COnNN| column, 1 year, $1S5. =*t=F Bttbecrlbei* jfiU u#«|ertUn4il»t the. .Ajtem fbrwhJchthey have pail their mJamrlptfonswljl -sxpire ,*Hhthe next BtmiD^r, inO onleettiie aabaorfpiioii ltieurired traitjmr mlMfn^sn, bat bfcauae.il |tfp»pi to be 'hi puh most taiuffr ctory to the general, subscriber, aadnerecooveBloitfbraBv'ii .'• Portmasten are aotborised .to act as oar a«nti, retrfbifagBcoinitihiiAof l8f per cent.—or 35cerita for facb yearly anbagriptlon. ". .Hi. O\-j I f}f*t raa Hpiaee Ore«ley«litted •eotto ^ofs^ra)?tsSP#enty/«tt«V •foftwj gr wteek. ThellqAlaoi stfrfWted^ te« raised t&v Bohhtoi t6WM h4 ^4rtsC Plooeer-Prees ft* ^Kmld ln«m trwMe IniTm^ pwtMto inoeo\q...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 4 August 1875

4jV tymmk $)*«.. Bismarck, D. T., Under this head, quoted, the Alleghe­ ny Mfttmfl^lMwerfeihePreisaiK Dakotijan's article published last wlek.^he Mail reiterates the cha ~S)$a*d muMtbtoMvfi and^lei^to .-It: riT^teaflfkilrbasnbeeodefatted Ismeiatid i^ta'td^attefcs by *y# witnesses, fch&whjUe^ttye explanation seems plausibly end Ifclly exculpates the captian of th^Far West, 8(B. flOii^We agree With (pe l^l,th^ Atypnt b^ariiitlstigation^ ^ifttjet impaction bad been ran Jwnprable qnewby was Oapt. Hawley, of the Minter, in'stracted to pfSfce the idods in tbe bold stfrfy th^rn,Inrorder to hp*them, from tie military £, Whj w&k the goods landed fire miles below Fort Peck, where ttft marks*#6re erased and thenlbadedon the" Keljle. etfk£ abpat dwped'ftui? fee &. jPeck9andfby her jconveyedrta their final" destination Wbywas tbetrins port at io of these £00ds ^ev^-a^o^nt edTotBjr ths Miner, an4 a^Uuafpn to the: transaction- expunged from her log:? An investigation" Nrifl* proVably i...

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. — 4 August 1875

Mas I* w* I^S^tWA&W.tiri'rttiw ..I (. ia aertod in the IH—ircfc Tribune solkKtagbidsfbr the usMhanlinn of a oouaty buiidingl4xSlJfcet, dnd"-n hfr.thuia. Coaotjr, D« the *3!£S£grJgfc aaA WIN SMtlMlb the slough eoflw eeetiei* nlUif«n^ulMn»%bO •MM^wy, as establkbad, crosses Hit hv^ MlMi IMilw am uttapt to repair. tothe if?»#aQcuMiaa.T July 6th. Present—J. F. Dunn, Chairmen. T. P. Davis.', -:*n SOU Atlbwan*-"-'* -f'y fl ~3' 7 fcwdl«mu wlWiUnfr ftiila irsrr sltrnrril^ John Bbwen 9195 cash, drawn on account ofsher lfl* John Bowen 98.90 cash, sundries. Bismarck Tilbane Oo. $101, printing. J. W. Raymond A Oo. |35 cash, for I. 0» Adams* J. V. Beirita lS ttth, wood. $66, rent of hall. J. S.Wlnston 91 cash, nails. Alexander Helmsworth 95, labor. Blehard Connelly 9M caah, boarding- watchman. ,918. Thomas Fox 914.66,Jail6r. John McMahon 985.88, Jailor. Joseph Pennell 960. rent for jail. »W| James F. BeardonJ$0» tent for jail. N. P. Clark 9104.71 cash. meat. Thomas Welch 980 cash, iron .work....

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. — 4 August 1875

Bigrffcri^^fipiwt* 4, 1875j La— a a ri*httnfa»on L.8.* M. B. B. Tor 8t.Panl and all P^ouS'tld«t«to .rursssOTSsfflsa:' Freight aod T**«* N. f,B. R* T/f.'iXA r'Z'* TfayQwin&W."ftve detenhined up fin another tournament, for Friday eve- li,o--i- uiiw^V' i.vV fcvilCCA *. ttwop,' f«KQ«v*l*tfne*ve*?fat Fort Totten.in a few days, Lt..Westom pom-ii Jkib- -'iO ........ ..j,. .u. mending. a Mik^elta #ft some fi^^ariy York cabbage, nearly fun grown, %t the Tbib otw office last week. Patt Flynn met5fc$&i&ious acci­ dent on Monday. He was.engaged with annate i*t~Ttafc Porteiae'^vand AQnlt it into his foot, waking a ghastly wound. Dr. Slaughter was called and put it in shjfr« for EfctwWyQgk- The telegraph Jine has been thrown aensft the Missouri'? river at Bismarck on raasts, and an office dpbned at Fpft, Lincoln, with S. B. Rogers operator.' The stretch fropa:onej»ast to t^e oth iS Mf extended thi tipp*'e-ft/er #bir,, gMl/it'Smtfr respective offices and jaw atr each other to their hea...

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. — 11 August 1875

Historical ^ismsrtlt ^rilmtifl Aa Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE GO. gcBBGKiPTiov piioa: One year $2.001 Three months 75 gixmonths. 1.251 Single copies— 5 Subscriptions payable Invariably In advance. ADVERTISING BATES. TBAWSIHST.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional In- sertions, 60 cts. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2 additional insertions 91.83. One-fourth column, 1 time, $9.60 additional Insertions $2.50. One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, ltime, $10 additional insertions$6. COHTBACT RATES.—One square 1 year, $15. One eighth column, 1 year, $25. One-fourth column, 1 year, $40. One-half column, 1 year, $70. One column, 1 year, $125. LBQAL ADVBRTISSMBKTB, per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of type used, making one square,)one insertion, $1.50 additional insertions 75 cents. The space occupied by displayed lines will be measured as solid type of the size used in the body of the advertisement. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribe...

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. — 11 August 1875

ttllfe Bismarck, D. T., Aug. 11,1875. more Lrrifra. Last week from a sense of justice the TBIBUNE refutedtwo villainous stories affecting the integrity of Major Sperry, and at'the risk of being regarded the organ of the Major, with whom we have never spoken, or heard from directly or indirectly in relation to any of these matters, we expose the falsity of the following statements: "Frontier" in the Pioneer Press of the 90th, writing from Bismarck says: We have other frauds of a more individual natare, but with which the government agents are closly al­ lied. Let me relate juat one iastance, to show what petty things men in place will sometimes stoop to for the gain of dollars. Not long ago the U. S. quarter­ master's office at St. Paul published bids for hay cut­ ting at Fort Berthold. That contract, as it read, made bidders understand they must cut grass out Side the reservation, thus making a ten mile haul. "Well, several persons put in bids accordingly,and at 3i}ch rates as they ...

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. — 11 August 1875

2 run in) From the Leoai (If. Y.1) l»puMieaii. the house of If r. Richard Kellogg, who lives in the nortfr.pttt of Jtofrn, on the night of Jane 2d. Accompanying the qhM WM tWe following n^te:. Hbkte roottr for mitf I have come to the door of this house that the Lord ha{b blessed ilk hopes of ^finding it open. My little wings are weary, seeking the crevices in the mountains, and forsaken Jy my father and my mother. I am a little wanderer, a tiny baby girl, and tike the dear Jesus, "no place to lay my head." So, "as not a sparrow falls to the ground without the Father's notice," I have been directed' fcefe. Take me, kye me, protect me, 9JdcT hoar, the (Senile Shepherd: VHupgry and ye fed me, thirsty and ye gave me drink, naked and yc clothojio me, a stranger and ye took me^ in.'r" "In­ asmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these ye have done it'unto me." Then, O turn me not away, but let me nestle close to your bosom, and when covered by your love I shall cease to be nobody's ch...

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. — 11 August 1875

J. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, S:Tr5inTieave P°Throngh D.T-i Auk« 11» 1875. During theabsenee of the P»^r Sanday School will be lwid as nsaal at the Presbyterian church at 10* m., and Prayer .Meetings Thursday evenings. NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R' Trains leave Bismarck aafollo^.untnfartherno tice—Taeadays. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7.15 a. and Fridays at 7:20 a. m., arriving at Bismarck at Fargo daily at 6:30 a.m. andarriye at Jnnction 10.50 p. ra., makinjr close connection with S traps on L. S. & M. R. B. for St. Paul and all tickets to all the principal cities east and sooth are on sale at the Ticket Office of the N. P. R. R. here, and all information as to the times of the sailing of Boats and rates of passenger fares for tar roll, Benton, on bo lug on »PJ^™S10 Freight and Ticket Agent N. P. R. R* J. M. Rosier Barber, pulled up sfakes and left for Fargo last week. .. .... Sec'ty Belknap and party may be ex­ pected on the Josephine from Carroll. M. Douglas advertises for a e...

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. — 18 August 1875

scSL- Hn rd-in/i .. i- v.- TfH l-fiKr fy, !t Oatttmti&M Mhsa tfeztlc "iV'a bin piid UmIt next number, ud 1* 1 fgsimos 1 .1H iittae, column, ltlme, $4 addHlooal colpiniwltiaw^tlO .......J. of the OWo wheafc erap asd hatf 6f th* reported to hay* been lo«t to the recent !U-yfp ^. 4' iO WMS iyi)SX Hi0:? hi\H 0:J »-y «W&ssfi&X£r<£' The iary Wlw%'whieh Leitj the Mountain MeadoW murderer was tried, was composed largely of Mor mbas. Of eourse tney disagreed. 'IM HelebA' im., Bstald reports Qen. Oibbbn actively ig against the Sioux in the Judith Basin ci r6(£en with two companies of cavalry. Tbi ioss by the reoent floods on the Wabash amouats to ten million dollars in one county in In* dia«iaJ- fbe rtver rose' to th« hlgh water mark of Vi._. •»_. all kinda in portions of Alabama and tmfttyft har^itfeteitentelH fbrw^it^f rain, tt'te mdhot^at even trees are .dying, and died so dry and hot tbat even tre« dMg ud^ leai^eBke antam^. 9riFotter/rthtialii, arthbrdit|(Uy«ducated Wd tMf^...

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. — 18 August 1875

$ts««rd nn Bismarck, D. T., jjLug. 18,1875. —-^-^==B=^= "MORE VILLAINY." The Silver Like passed up Friday loaded with Indian goods for Ft Berth* •Id. She lay at Bismarck an hoar or so taking on supplies, and while here the clerk purchased wood of Oapt. as. A. Emmons, for whieh part payment was to be made in flour if the boat had any to spare. The steward, who has charge of the boat stores, was called, and after an examination reported that they could spare seven sacks of flour, and the clerk accordingly directed the proper officer to leave them. When the flour was delivered to Captain Em mons, at his store in town, it proved to be Indian goods, with "U. S. I. D., Ft. Berthold," and the initials of the in* spec tor and the date of inspection plain­ ly marked on each sack. Oapt. Emmons negotiated for Sioux City XXXX flour, and the clerk sold him goods of that character, and so bargained in the pres­ ence of several witnesses but when it came to be delivered it proved to be Indian Depa...

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. — 18 August 1875

ocnwn or rwastw. i» *"!22£J3L^? mam or oanmn i» •X«ooi»A *tr*a t* 1 POJAJO -g oonawKI'^V 8- mw»H w*H Highest temperature, 84° Lowe* temperature. 47° AaM"_1"J .KMOBOK, P4E0TA TS8MT0ET, r* 5K SB nn JO -VBT S88S8SS |s g| gissits S °I KNNgK *U ees^ssss 93835218 •jepmouusqx u»n!, •IftSaOJVQ awro A, 3S83835 8S5SS6S3S Judge Ford was in town Saturday. He says everything, is ready to-receive Mrs. L** 5. F's return, inctaclingj a bird to sing in her heart to keep from getting lonesome. Judge Oaryelle is ni Black Hills. Numerous personal, base ball, Black Hills and news item& are unavoidably crowded out of the TBIBUKB this week for want of room. Burns Smith has been engaged ^for some days past in preparing a race track at Fort Lincoln. The work is well done. The track is a mile long, and situated on the flat near the catal ry barracks. lit. Orowell and Lt. Groesbeck, of the 6th-infantry, are in town, awaiting the. arrival of 150 recraiti which are expect­ ed this evening* Capt. Baker, Capt...

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. — 18 August 1875

Port S PiTm in WP BbmBrtfrpB.^M^Sfc 18,1875. I at 7:20 a. m., mMh at/Bismarck at a r':'x a S A/ ."'• if Artinn 10 *50 d.m.. making clo4e connection with a&t trains o* |U a.*l^%A-:f^ ^P*ttl •ailing of Boats and rates of passenger fares for Car- Freight and Tick* Agent N. P. B. B. ivnv -r WW 'WW- Office boon, 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. 8ond*yi#to 10 a. HoJ^&Money Ordew and Be«istered Letters, t»*p.*k?& f: S.. o' MAltS. Arrives-Mondays, Wednesday and 8atnr' »»d Son- forte St*vensw 1w5tol(d "fetrford Wei Tuesdays at 8 a. m. The contested land cue between Wolf and Townsend has been decided *t the General Land Office in favor of r*- ,?.* «f Ci &W. S, Brown received a nine pound package Friday efeningj^and it didn't and all is welfej^.j,. .v^l* lijft nppTp Chat Rbis' Black Hills piw^et%3 Stohi: atider the foot of the Hills and lost three of their animals. No Ofj|JMj^ fp'0 -3 7 ^SbwM|' took five 20d©llar gold pie »l| agfef fj3u jrft»rneOc thee: monsey and paid 3j§» liMinomffiuii W« ...

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. — 25 August 1875

OB an .lO 4 III d^lticir sri-i 2 oi «r^'*.yej .7/" .',7 l»UU vol .yyiooQol .Vistula *'.JgS&SS'Sfl o-» 1- ."'iffmc-raiiooci safoui oloir nicc! TOR ffWMMItMMflWII Wit —r t- ~t oJ Laiilui'ijisb oicl. -ju".: Six BDODtbe ^cii&7c4XarE«RBM 1SS3MS igaMSSpps Cp*TftACff ^Bjatej*4!ara4aa^f«ttpro. £Oftt» SKSStaBS"'***? yr::u no mi a kttt :orj li. oexttBHSfree, si tlji pMier will'U* jiiwojiiittnecl.' xhj§ ijuie irppiim .w an,' fctd iS adopWd^ riot lpec&ase we pre arr*id to trnsteuiv subscribers* but'becaoise 'll'is'foun^ tc \t thejpJan jnpostlB&fof<B$oij to tb«ge&eraL»ab«aiM?i$ id more convenient for ub. 1 ii a if a it A greenback convehtionr was called to meet.at Detroit on the^5th inst»" Lieut. Stafford, of the 20th infanti^/ died at Port:Sn!ellifig fen 27th Point.::. prof. Donaldson, late of Minneapolis, has purchased and now edits the Alex­ andria-Post. 1 Col VaWntiae- BakeT^the of­ fice! ffhd inad^indfece^t^o^osiVto- a m** P.H army. itiMM 1 nt •w»oG soloco storical tl...

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. — 25 August 1875

!i Bismarck, D. T« A4fet4j|i NE Mr. Geo. W. Plumley, to whom the credit appearance of the TBIBUNE since April, 1874, has exchanged his interest in the Btsmarek ^itiBinnflbrCbl. l^niSerrj's interest in the 'Wells (Minn.) Atlas jjnd goes to his new field aSeditor and proprietor of that paper in a few days. It will bo exceedingly difficult to find quo who can any'where nebr fill--the glace occupied by Mr. Pfumle^, and the TBIBUNE looses much bybis departure} bpt the Atlas affords an opening in a thriving Minnesota to WE, which has the Southern Minnesota' and Min" q'^Ota Central feil^ays»* the machine shops and general offices of the South etn. Minnesota railway, a large flouring mill and a barrel factory, and a cheese factory, together with other important interests, where he can build up a bu siness that will be creditable alike to Kim and to the town. The occasion for this change is the pressing hard times which all classes in this country are now seeing, rendering it almost impos­ s...

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