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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 August 1875

G. to Better come in the morning, whia il wiwHeu' be likali fiii-Mjff— toiitearupt being friend continued: •naflMttSMigae Light d^ned o^Delf. She Mbeen C$T' lent, imddle~i~gea laay.—Washington 'topitol- -, 1. She tried to sit down intha street car, but was pinned back so tight she coaMiilfc* lMy pwninl millW'f1 specks and j^eOj^'Hpw |aagJuve you beea-efflictedip tljtot w^r' The young lsdy blfishcaindTmade"& Break/' sitting down sideways, and hold' knees tojetoffi fio tight fftat sty* reechesf MMdlad^ breeches Old lady nj[trced/Ziei ia this sideways, cramped jc and whUfo^r«4:*"Bile,I s'pose had 'em thar. rayselt" /J T" Th6* Bismarc TRIBUNE, tnd*fine chromo lithograph portrait oi^niOus­ ter, to any address, one year fdr W.H.STP5SONt AND DEALER IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, FBUITS, «,*-• -*, i^NOTIONS, OF ALL KINDS, PAPER COLLARS, SOAPS, CONFECTIONERY $6. BISMARCK, D.T. Strangers and othors will find all the latest news­ papers and a fall stock, of 90 obi,.. I vfr.ti.STWPSON. Summer Arrang...

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. — 25 August 1875

(Port BISMARCK AND VICINITY. BSfmArcky B. T*» Aug» 25f 1875. A 104-Bi." fed Trayfr^eetfcffi^ftfc 8!ttratos JiVaYe' Btemafck aS follows, until fiMfefeio? «, Thundaviand M^rdaySt atY:t5 o„ amuDg mJargo at §.80 IMfer-? l«T«2nrgo forBMwek|^»J«. Mij. p5fy« 'ikT:9li mwitg rt Blauttk at ieave Fargo dailj. at .6:30,». m. and at Junction 10.-50 p. m., maktofc tlose connection with night trains on S.4M.E. R. for St. Paul and all fMrinta afcilt r~~p• ''^'8" :•. Throughtickett'to ill "the principal cities south are on sale at the Ticket Office of the N. P. k. B. here, and aU-£fonn*tk®$32&$««! aaObl of B«ata aad rates -rfpriseefager far^for Car- Hours^ tor^Money Orders and B«?ikered Letters, 9 a. m. to 5p m. ARRIVALS Or DBAHTCKi'p OP MA1L8. Eastern Mail—Leaves Toe^aysjrhursdays Lincoln—Leaves April '21s^ adfertised for some weeks ago. The fevo* is ip^wci^^' .Mlfllieso ta seedas/to be gaining a good ly- poVtibri^ of the recent Mennonite^ni-: migration, boltfr Southern Dakota and Manitoba havi...

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. — 1 September 1875

3. tiMm ^ismartk AD lodependcnt K«mp»ner pvtdkM by THE BIUCAROS morons oo. BQSBCBimoarairat '.*••• One year iffiS"1 gizaiostba.......-« 1.151 Stop® Subscription! payable tarariably hidtiijet. ADTimmift um 12: admt!oiwltoaeftfami$l.S5. Ona-fonrtt oolumn. 1 time, $9.60 iddHkmUmttdonilMO jtaeJwr column, 11tape, 96 additional lawrtionf M. One column, lttoe, 110 TOSUBSCRIBEftS. Subscribers finding an "V" following their names will understand that the u\. term for which they have paid their subscriptions will expire Venders of crooked.whisky have been trying the assasaination dodge. Black Hills Gordon has bfeen released by order of the UnitedStateS Court. The population of ifew York city is 1,664,372, an increase of 100,00Q since W0. Ice one-fourth of an inch thick form­ ed in St. CroixCounty* Wisconsin, last Sunday. Yellow fever in its most malignant form is raging in some portions of the southern States. Ten Harvard graduates are working on Boston papers at an average salary of $14 per ...

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. — 1 September 1875

& ^kr ^ifsttutrtV ^itmtie* JJismarck, D. T.y REPORTSP Desiring to publish a full statement oC~the rewrite Teatoddby^fmrnorcin ^Burbighypounty for this season, being ^eiqmlesir trial the farmers have had, p$?8 bsye affected seripuslyjnatiy'ifields, w# ask those whoJiave been engagediri agriculture to report to its tbefeVult'of thplrlfcbors.,Theamduntof" ground cultivated, thearticles planted, and the result shpuldbe stated, together with the prospectsfor riertseason, so far as practicable. Letttyosewho read this report not .only for themselves ba -for their neighbors, of else ijrge them to report. ftill statement will .' be of ^altie as yrell'as of interest. The extent of damage by harl and grasshoppers should also be statedi* THE PEOPLE'S JWTY. Murat Halsted, one of .the leading lib- ewls ia ^he Greeley campaign,] seems ton understand the situation pretty thoroughly In :arVecetit t^9tie of: the Cracinn&ii Commercial we find tbe fol- ,MWith the record of the last general asse...

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. — 1 September 1875

omsioa *.JC O"^ a 2 a'i iiiljijjiil fj P«MA J« noipwia *»A Highest temperature, 88® —'v' Lowest temperature, 46° General News Agent \i i. AND DIALER IN. ?r: BOOKS, STATIONERY, FBUITS,. This is the ONLY LINE running the celebrated PULLMAN DAX A^&T COACHES .: •. 'i?». tS\^vifcfiwmi*• St. Chicago. v"-! Also the ONLir LINE using the WE8TINGH0 USE AIR BRAKE •y, y\ BBTirsas Stj^atLl _' Patent Ptaiforms, Miller's Patent Couplers, Weatinghouse Air Brake, die. All combined for safety, make this the BEST route to MADISON, BELOIT, CSICAflO, nrtTHTfl Fnt-Class bating Houses at EAUCLAKEj^EL ROY, DEVIL'S LAKE and HARVARD, and AMPLE TIME ALLOWED FOR MEALS. ,. QET 'ltQUn TICKETS OF JOHN DAVIDSON, Ticket Agent, Bismarck. G. K. BARNES ,F. B. CLARKE, Gen. Tkt.Agt. 1 ISOfJ •am ^oos I *1 IJ f&il&MlA. will close oat a lot of i° I ja SI# ^{Piamn I 51S2ai? L® .gSakweSj»SlL-»si Slslli *I9}3aiOJCa NOTIONS, ,..V- .OFAtLKIllrfa, PAPER COLLARS, SOAPS, CONFECTIONERY, §c. BrSMARCK, I. T. -j Strangers ...

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. — 1 September 1875

I .! fi: .vJ Fort 1/ BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D« ,T», Sept. lj Wmtothe absence of the Pastcr,8«nd2r «ehool *&{&*?»« S f^jkl| god Prayer Meeting! Thursday evenings. Mftp^pwrsny piioxwo lefcwe Bbnvek as foDo*s, nntil «*»*». -ras .. •Jftridaysa* 7:20 a. a., arriving at Bismarck at 8:%Iin?j«veFantodaily Lincoln—Leaves at 6:80 a.m. *n,dan*T« Sfl^toni *«•.«» 'JlSSSw* preigfat and Thfcet Agent N. P. R. R. Bismarck Pos* Office. Offiee hours, 7 a. m. to 9 p. ®. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Money Orders and Registered Letter., 9 a. m. to 5p. m. A Blunts or DB*A*TOEB8 Of 1U1L8. Eastern M&il-Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat todays at 7:15 a. m. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, «t8p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat­ urdays st 8 a. m. Arrives Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays a* 6 p. m. Fort Rice-Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- ArriveV Wednesdays, Fridays and Son-. Forts Stevenson, Berttool'd and Buford LeaVes Tuesday® at 8 a. m. Arrives Snndays at 4 p. m. LINDA W. SLAUGHTER,...

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. — 8 September 1875

VOL.3. ^utnwrck AD Independent Six] HT. chief Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. svBBcmirao* raiCB: rear 9^.001 Three months T5 Bixmoptbi l.51 Single copies 5 ascriptions payable invariably In adv«nee. ADVERTISING RATES. laquare, ltime, fl. Additional In­ sertions, 50 eta. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, 12: additionallnaertIona$1.85. One-fourth column, 1 time, $3.CO additional inaertiona $240. One-half column, ltlme, $6 additional inaertiona $4. One column, ltime, $10 additional Inaertiona Contract Ratbb.—One square 1 Legal Adtertibkhmts, year, $15. eighth column, 1 year, $26. One-fourth column, 1 year, $40. One-half column, 1 year, $70. One column, 1 year, $125. Postmasters are authorised to act as our agents, retaining a commission of officers of the nation, was here on duty, and during the few moments he was in Bismarck he should have been treated as its guest but instead he was met at the boat with insult and again on his arrival at the hotel—not by the citizens o...

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. — 8 September 1875

tfhe ^ustnarth who vGol. Bismarck, D. T./ Sept* 8, 1875. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. The publishers of this paper are still working up their DAILY TRIBUNE enter­ prise, and will determine in the course of the present month whether they can make it succeed. They hare determin­ ed, in case they attempt it, to print the daily the size of the present weekly, and a tireekty double the size of the present paper, making it eight pages. The weekly would then be a paper cred­ itable to any locality. The daily wo'd give all the news of the day, and its publication would enable the publish­ ers to add many new and attractive features. We Bhould publish a serial, running through both issues, from the pen of some of our most gifted authors —republished, of course, from the mag asines or weeklies,—and have written Mrs. Stowe for permission to republish her "We and our neighbors/' one of the most charming works of the day. In any event the TBIBUNE may be re­ garded as a* fixture, which will be adorned or 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. — 8 September 1875

C5 2 B'W A O 0 O CU 06 Daring UxtUeaee .ttte '**».jjy*g.»P?? S,TAiJ,iMve Frelghtand Ticket AgeatN. P.R. R. Bismarck Post Office. qfficp hotu 8, a.m. to 9 d. tju ^ndajs 9 to 10 a.: m.»"4&0 8 P» ®.,--.1 JL'' Hoars forMjMfeE Orders 4nd Registered Letters, 9 a to 5 ARRIVALS Or DEPARTURES Of *AIL8i "v: Eastern Mall—Leaves Tuesdays, Thutfrdayf ag&Sat prdays at 7:15 a. in. Arrives Mondays, Wftd^QaSn^mut Fridays, at 8 p. m. Fort Lincoln—Leaves Tuesdays. Thursdays qn4 Sat­ urdays at 8 a. m. Arrives Mondays, Wednesday/and Fridays at6 p. m. Fort Bice—Leaves Tuesday*, Thursdays and Satur­ days at 8jp. m. Arrives Wednesdays, Fridays and San days at 4 p. m. Forts Stevenson, Berthold and Buford Leaves Tuesdays at 8 a. in. Arrives Sundays at'4 p. m. LINDA W. SLAUGHTER, P. M. WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal Service, U- S. A* DIVI8IOBI Of TILKQftAMS, AVO BIPOKT8 *0* TBS BIStriT or COXXBBCZ ABO AQBICOT.TUBB, BI3M1BOK, DAKOTA TBBBITOBT. 5 fc fc. «J «a«J t£P*S»4Fk(3« c8 Is aa OQ uj*H Moag jo imy •fyxi9± ...

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. — 8 September 1875

ux'' Bismarck, D» T., Sept« 8, 1876• Just received, fine old table Sherry and Port for medicinal and family use, at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Thanks are due Mr. FiRher, who so kindly donated palatable edibles last week to the poor unfortunates lodged in the county jail. Game, plenty, heap, coming in, and now sportsmen are jubilant ^and such cherries! Large as ths cultivated ox heart, and very palatable. County Commissioner Davis and par­ ty finished haying last week. They have secured, in excellent condition, three hundred tons of first class hay. An exchange says: When a subscri­ ber to the Sandwich Island paper does­ n't come down with his cash after a red has been placed on his paper, mer­ chants refuse to trust him and clergy­ men won't pray for him. Dan Eisenberg keeps a full line of clo­ thing, dry goods, and has just received a large invoicc of shirts, underclothing &c., together with a full line of the latest style of prints, ginghams, plaids &c. He keeps a very fi...

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. — 15 September 1875

VOL. 3. {foe ^ismartk f^rilranf An Independent Newapaper pablkhed by THE BTftM AH.CK TREBUIfE CO. J. BUBBOKIPTIOS PKIOB: 12.001 Three montha Bi Jo 'thi 1.251 Single copte. Sobflcriptloni payable Invariably In advance. ADVERTISING BATES. TRiHSiwrr.—1 square, 1 time, $1. Additional in •ertions, 50 eta. each. One-eighth column, 1 time, 2: additional insertions $1.26. One-fourth column, 1 time, $8.60 additional insertion! $2.50. One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional Jnsertions $4. One column, 1 time, $10 additional lnaertiona $6. CONTRACT RATKS.—One square 1 year, $15. One It elfehth column, 1 year, $25. One-fourth column, 1 year, $40. One-half column, 1 year, $70. One column, year, $125. LEGAL1DVKBTISBMKHTS, An extensive Indian outbreak is re­ ported in Nevada and Utah, organized, it is beleived, through Mormon influ­ ences. Judge Thatcher has resigned his po­ sition as Commissioner of Patents, and formed a law partnership with L. L. Coburn of Chicago. A pair of bloodthirsty St. Louis...

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. — 15 September 1875

'i* $fo Bismarok) D. T., Sept. 16,1875. TUT! nT.ACffg PTTTA BUSINESS. The TRIBUNE has aimed to give re­ liable information in relation to the J*lack Hills an4 has given, and will continue to givet more matter of inter­ est in relatioa to them than any other newspaper. Of course in making its •elections those supporting its view have been generally chosen, but the fact thatWinchell* Grant, Ludlow, and others discredited the more favorable reports has not been ignored. It was stated in the first instance that Prof. Jenney Agreed with* Winchell in relation to the character of the rocks in the Hills and his first reports would indicate that he was sent there with instructions, as Custer was, to not find gold. Subse fluently, however, he found it and dees not seem to hesitate to give facts in fall in relation to his discoveries, and if his reports are true, and the writer believes they are, all that the TRIBUNE has urged in favor of the Black Hills is correct all that Custer has reported...

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. — 15 September 1875

BISMARCK"AND"VJeffMTY Daring theabsence of^ vUl be held as anil at the It jm.tindPrsycr¥ectings Thursday etenlngs. it* WartiteHN PACIFIC K« P°ThrouKh ffi IM_. WiitrA f0ll0Wtt Until further DO* BSariUjn, -7:15 a. Wednelays ^^Tat 73o i^V»rriTlng^ Bismarck at »«in?i«iv0 fareodaily at 8:80 a.m. and arrive JmiaUonlO 'SOpTm., making dote connection with XjFgta,£ iTi. A*M. B. I. for St.P»nl and all tickets to all the principal eitles n* and ittfareon sale at the Ticket Office of the N. P. B. hm and all Information aa to the timet of the MlUng of Boats and rates ofpassenger fares for Oar- freight and Ticket Agent N. P. B. B. Bismarck Post Office. Office hoars, 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Qla 4 to 5 Oar-ID* .. Hoars for Money Orders and Registered letters, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ABUTAL8 OV DSPABTOTUW Of MAILS. Eastern Mail—Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and flat* ardays at 7:15 a.m. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 p. m. fort Lincoln—Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat­ urdays at...

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. — 15 September 1875

Bismarck, D« T»f j0pt» 15j 1875i The TBIBDNE will hereafter appear Wednesday morning instead of Tues­ day afternoon. 7 Lieut.' Cairn1T,~of Abercrombie, ar­ rived Friday, with a large squad of re rcruits for Fort Lincoln. Mrs. Ed. Donahue died suddenly Monday evening and was buried yester­ day. She was sick but a few hours. W. T. Mckay was captured by Col. Benteen a few days ago with a Black Hills party but escaped and is now supposed to be in the Hills. John Leasure is putting in some good licks for Bismarck .as an outfit­ ting point for Black Hills parties in the column of the Pittsburg Dispatch. Col. Scully and Dr. Williams, of Fort Bice, returned a few d«ys ago from a hours' huut with 128 ducks, mostly mallards, and it wasn't a very good day for ducks either. Gen. Vanderver, U, S. Indian Inspec­ tor, and Col. W. A. Paxton, contractor, arrived from Standing Bock last night. Col. Paxton says there is no truth in the Fred Edgar story, C. C. Coffin, "Carleton," of Boston, accompanied...

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. — 22 September 1875

VOL. 3. rffa ^ismsrck f|rikniif. An Independent Newspaper p^bMied by THE BISMARCK TRtBUIVE CO. (VMcnrriai nidi: One year M.00 I Three months. 75 giy months. 1«851 Single copies..... .• 5 Subscriptions payable Invariably In adranoe. ADVERTISING RATES. TBAMICHT.—1square, 1 time, $1. Additional In­ sertions, 50 cts, each. One-eighth column, 1 time, $2: additionalinaerdona 11.96. OnWmrtheoteito, 1 time, $8.60 additional insertions |1A0. One-half column, 1 time, $6 additional inaertlona $4. One dolamn, 1 time, $10 additional Inaertlona $6. COXTBACT RAMS.TOO® square 1 year, $15. One eighth column, 1 Jreir, $35. One-fourth column, year, 140. One-half column, 1 year, 170. One colnmn, 1 year, $125. LIOAL ADTSBTIBBXMTI», per square, (ten lines nonpareil, or 250 ems of *ype n*** square,)one inaertion, $1.D0 additional InaeHloniJ'5 ofenta. The apace occupied by displayed llneswill fate measured as solid type of the sise uaed in the body of the advertisement. NOTES AND NEWS, Henry T. Blow, of Mi...

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. — 22 September 1875

Bismarck, Di T.j Sept. 22,1875. BISMARCK AND THE- BLACK KIIXS. H. N. Ross, who, as chief of Gen. Cus­ ter's party of miners, made the discover iesinthe Black Hills in 1874, out of which the present gold expitement grew, recently returned from the Black Hills via the route indicated as the shortest, safest and best, by Gen. Cus­ ter in the interview with him which was published in the BISMARCK TRIBUNE of Sept. 8th 1874. Mr. Ross is a gen­ tleman esteemed by all who know him for his personal worth and unqestioned integrity, and whatever he says in re­ lation to the extent and character of the mines or the best route by which to reach them can be relied upon as being absolutely correct. Gen. Custer spoke of this route as one affording abundance of wood, water and grazing—a route over which a railroad could be built without meeting with any engineering difficulties, and along which thriving villages were certain to spring up every few miles. Over this route Gen. Custer said he could con...

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. — 22 September 1875

BISMARCK AND VICINITY. DISTRICT COURT. Composition of the Grand Jury— Judge Barnes Lays Down the Lav of label. The District Court convened at Bis­ marck yesterday, Judge A. H. Barnes, presidipg, Fr&nk P. Brown, Clerk, Alex. McKenzie and Thomas Madden, bailiffs. Col. Harry Bronson was sworn as foreman of the Grand Jury and the fol towing as members: H. Ward, G. II. Fairqhild, Ey I. Winston, C. Brahl, John W. Millet, Jas. Browning, J* Maloy, Morris Noland, Wm. Selby, R. R. Marsh, E. N. Corey, Peter M. Eckford, R. M. Douglass, 0. H. Beal, and L. N. Griffin. CHARGE OF THE JUDGE. After swearing in the Grand Jury the Judge proceeded to charge them orally as follows It hardly seems necessary for me to do more, or that more should be done, than to call your attention to the oath which you have just taken. You will see that in that your duty is clearly pointed out and that too without uncer­ tainty. You are to keep your own counsel, and that of the people, and will not disclose the actio...

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. — 22 September 1875

Mfcf j^MWsnk VL Bismarck, D. T«» Sopt^XBj 187^. Two hundred bosh el*' of com in the ear at $LS5 per bushel sfor *aW by R. Douglass. 1 1' liieut. Gutlcy arrived from Fort Ste­ venson yesterday for Bice with ft herd of Montana cattle. Duluth people are talking of an ex­ cursion to Bismarck fifty or more strong, the Tribune,says. «.r J. A. McArthur, Dennis Bailey and Joe. Laundre left Saturday for a week's hunt at a point up th* river about sixty miles. Judge Bowen favoied the TKIBUSB with half a dozen ducks Saturday, be­ ing "a fragment only of his afternoons success. C, H. Kauffman goes below in a few days and desires to notify those delin­ quent on his books to come in and "speak mit him." .. Company E, 7th Cavalry, Capt. Mc Dougall, has been ordeVed to Fort Tot ten. Companies A and are enroute for Forts Kice and Lincoln. They will probably arrive at llice to-day. Com­ pany E accompanies them enroute to 'otten. 1 Bev. I. 0. Sloan returned last week and. was heartily welcomed.by hoSt...

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. — 29 September 1875

3. iffc ^isnwKlt ^rifcnnt. An Independent Nevipaper pobllihed by THE WTffM A1*£TFt. rtiBtl tffti CO. gcBBcmirnp PUOB: One year »*.ro ^p«e inmrthi gtx months. l^l^Qi^teeopAet Sabtcriptlons ptftbl* laviuriably tnidruee. ADVKRTIBIN&^TSB. TRAMV«T.~i^ttaft,Tt^, 4f* Additional in­ sertions, 50 ct* e*$h'. Ode-«lghlh column. 1 time, «2 additioBatini^te^fl^^On^fbttrthTOltfmn, 1 time, •8.60r*ddUMtt ro*WWflf«t50. One-half eolamn, 1 tiiOe, $0f ftfterton«$4. One «olaom, 1 tifce, $10J addHion»lin#tftloiA $«. CO»FSACi LUW&.-MJWiHfasTeTyear, LMII NOTES AND NEWS. New York horses are again suffering from the Epizootic. Alex. White, of Alabama, late M. C., has been appointed Chief Justice of Utah. Tilton ~*bas "coinmenced "his lecture course. His "Problem of Life" is well spoken of. Indianola, Texas, wiped out by the recent Gulf storm, was a village of 2,200 inhabitants. In the Lick murder trial at Minneap­ olis Mrs. Rapp was found guilty of the murder of Mrs. Lick. A layer of frost was found ...

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. — 29 September 1875

ntie* Bismarck) D« T.f Septi 29,1875. All editorial and much other matter of local and general interest is crowded oat this week through a lack of space. GUHiTY. °SSSS^s's^rs¥ii^ssf^LSi- adtoDelxaxuEi ..Jited by .the Judge nice at the evidence. After a moment of hesitation McNear said: I have but one thing to say, and thatl do not suppose will help me any' here it is nevertheless true. I was tried, as most of you know, and found guilty upon a confession but, two men know how that confession was fetched from me. One of them (pointing to H. M. DaVis) I sec here the other I do not see and most any of you would have confessed under like treatment. It was the first time I had ever been in jail and they kept telling me a mob was coining in to hang me. 4What for" says IV "Why for murder" says theyj—for a murder committed by you in this coun­ ty." And they coaxed and teased me all the time to confess. And that was not all but, the Sheriff took me into his cellar and placed a pistol at my he...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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