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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 September 1875

BISMARCK AND VICINITY, DI8TBI0T COURT. Business before it and Business Trans­ acted—Interesting Incidents—Ar­ raigned for Libel and Other Oanses. Below will be found the calender of the district court for its term com meocing Tuesday and ending Monday nighty. Judge Barnes crbwded business with his usual dispatch but the proceedings were delayed somewhat by the fact that the late clerk or his depty had withheld or mislaid all of the files in the civil suits continued frbm lasttejm. The Grand Jury, too was particularly searching in its investigations and did not conclude its labors untilHhe lastipo* ment. They reported thirty one indict­ ments, and against persons for all man­ ner of offences, though, on these indict­ ments, only six or eight were arraigc ged, among them Edgerly, Emmons and Ware for libel growing out of hand bill publications by Edgerly and Ware and and Allegheny Mail correspondence by Emmons and the several persons for keeping bawdy hduses. One, only, of the latter w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 September 1875

^tsmxrck Bismarck, D« T., Sep^ 29y!jL875. The debt of Cass County is upwards oc^qoo. *.'S T%e*Cnss Coiinty Fair will be held at Fargo next Friday. A portion of iaist week's TRIBUNE was dated the 15th instead of the 22d and also nqoibeml wjrong. 1 A. J. Ruik, son of Hon. Jerry Rusk, of Wisconsin, was admitted to the bar at Bismarck Monday. Major Smith and Seward left for home Tuesday having completed the payment of troops at the u(S river posis. Grant Marshv Master d'f the Far West, has sold his property at Sioux City and moved his family to Yankton. The Bismarck post oflici has been made a separating office and an allow­ ance ol $200 per annum granted for clerk hire. Joseph Dodge torrid an eighteen inch vein of coal cropping out in the bluffs of Apple Creek a few miles Jrom Bis­ marck last week. The coal is of a very fine quality of lignite. The Northern Pacific will undoubted­ ly suspend the trains on their Dakota Division about the first of November. Our people should be prepared ...

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. — 6 October 1875

VOL. 3. ^fsmardt |^ril«n?. An Independent newspaper poblished by THE nUfAROK TRIBUNE CO. •otKnurrnttr ratcv: One jev .....ft. 001 Three months glzBionthe. 1M Single copies Subscriptions payable Invariably In advance. ADV1RTIB1NG RAW. Tuimn.~l square, 1 time, $1. Additional In •ertions. CO ctt. each. One-eighth coins* 1 time, 12 additional Insertions tl.35. One-foarthertnnm, 1 time, |8.60 additional insertions One-hair aolnmn, 1 time, $6 additional insertions $4. One column, ltime, $10 additional insertions $8. COVTBAOT RATW.—Onesquare L^REW, $15. One eighth column, 1 jeart |96 The Bozeman Times, one of the best of the Montana newspapers has BUS-. pended publication. A Mr. Hastings, of Michigan, has been nominated to succeed Dr. Saville, Indian Agent at Red Cloud. The order assigning Lieut, Gibson of the 7th cavalry tojuty at Fort Leaven­ worth has been revoked. A snow storm visited central towa on the 19th ult. on that morning the first frosts visited this locality. The Democrats of...

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. — 6 October 1875

&he ^ismartit f^rilinne. Bismarck, D« T., Oct. 6, 1875. THE TRI-WEBKI/?. The publishers of the TBIBBN* hay# fully determined to piibli*|f*TrirWeelc 1 jt commencing about Nov. 15, which among other features, a full synopsis of the news of the day spe cftily reported for it by the Northwes­ tern:. Telegraph Company. TheTai- Tribune will be printed on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, so akiib best accommodate the mails. It will 1)6 printed in the afternoon and will contain a synopsis of the news contain­ ed in the St. Paul papers of the same morning. As before announced it will be the same style and size as the pres" ent Weekly while the Weekly will, he doubled in sjze and excellence, so soon as the Tri-Weekly is published, as it will be made up from the matter con­ tained in the Tri-Weekly. The price will be two months in ad­ vance, two dollars, or Six months in ad­ vance, five dollars. Those who sub­ scribe at once will receive the- Weekly free until the Tri-Weekly is published, ...

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. — 6 October 1875

BISMARCK AND VICINITY. As announced- J# Bun ^rlll continue article* under this head, and, if all farms are notmention ed it is because the editor fails to re­ ceive information conceri^ng^ them. COL. iMmitoi's itAtfii. *~Some days before the first frosts Col. ISrownson brought-in a pailful of ripe tomatos, propagate^ and matured in the open air without the aid of a hot bed or irrigation, atHT depositing the "Little Trophies," for such they were, upon the editor's table, took that individual almost by mam force and seating birn in his barouchet gave his41Arabians7' string and soon landed him within his castle. It was not,until after be was taken by the collar and led to a table loaded with the choisest viands from Dakota gar­ dens and forests and buisness had faitlj comin^uced that, th£ editor felt^entirely made of rough boards bsjtfte ceiled with dressed floorings seemed at his feet and only ai a mile distant, wfeile a magmfiqiS of the Missouri for fifteen or miles was had, and a vi...

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. — 6 October 1875

2 Biimarok, D» T« Oot« 6« 1875-. 1 gtfiloei IT* S* A» oiTinoi or m««AM. a*b J^!L Bfttnt o» comnwca amp AaiicoiWM, BTBMIXCK. PAKOfi TfOHOIT. !i Is 3* MS ae id a -5 00 tj sj hb «H »tO»£*s«X*a •ni*a *°°8 1 jo iuiy •£\po\»\ *n«a fltf 2* "O 5 O S1 XllpnanH asoft IS O 25 O 5 jft^atDonu^qi n«3]f 03 6* a S3 CCS fe fifl es 9 |d 5 jj" fel •s «ftoS s* a sgfSl|s IpaiAk J® ^^cdhkh S5*« aopoMia '?*y BO i2ggSSS8 23S$S8£. gssasse 383283$ •ia»nKU«a a«a]f £SJ iss Number of days on which rain fell, i. N6. of Auroras, 1 No. of Solar Halos, None No.' of Lnnar Halos, one. & ggsssss hi Highest temperatare, 72° Lowest temperature. W Snmwiarv. Mean Barometer, 29.880 Mean Thermometer, 56.100 Mean Humidity, 59.358 Highest Barometer, 30.832 Lowest Barometer, 29-383 Highest'Temperature 85 deg. Lowest Temperature 29 deg. Monthly Bange of Temperature, 56 deg. Total Rainfall 1.S5 inches. Prevailing Wln4, 'Northwest Total number of miles raveled,8717.T Maximum velocity of wind 31 miles per hoar. No. of Cloudy D...

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. — 13 October 1875

An Independent lftjnpaper pabftbe* by THE' VNAIAMK TANRIJM CO. One je»r..—j. Six months....« SabeeripHdnl ADVK Corauov RATES,—OOE «qa*RFL1W •lx* _S.I eightheolainn, Vjeai, JW'^hi^|M?*b.c9l«u,I® n] jeer, I#. Om-fcalf CQlpjno. |«rr P' colamn, 1 year,flfl8, ,. LIOAL ADVKKTII»I«»**, per »quare, (ten iine« nonpar®!! br WO Mn* of type ttteB, making one *qurfre,)MieiriMrUoa, "S1.00 additional venta^Tfievptof occ«piedJ^dl^l»ye4 Un^ewlH Iriihe body of the advertiiemenV. I J.A1. 'LL &6*ka Ati& tiBWS. Helmboftj, BjttChi A '*&*. In art lnsabc asylum. r, S tears, Ulie Helena murderer will be hung on, the 28 th of Oct. Ifcbert t)ale Oven has recovered from his retent indisposition. The Freedraans Bank has declared a dividend of twenty^ve pet cent. American* Girl dropped dead in a race at Elmlra, New ^York, a few days ago. Dr. James F. Weeds, the well known army phvsician died at Nashville last week The discovery of a one hundred and fifty carat diamond is reported from South Africa. 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. — 13 October 1875

ffaie ^istnarclt f^ibnne, Bismarck, D. T., Oct. 13 1875. THE LOCALS ZXE€^TIO|t It will be seen by reference to their proceedings that the county commis­ sioners have appointed judges of elec­ tion and selected the places for voting. The election will be held November 2d. A fall set of officers are to be elected .in Burleigh County, all reports to the con­ trary notwithstanding, but the persons elected hold their office but one year, a new election being required, under the law of last winter, in 1876. For the several positions candidates are being developed and the columns of the TRIBUNE are open for announcements at ten cents per line. The offices of Sheriff, Register of Deeds and County Treasurer are impor­ tant ones, and the people should make their selections for these positions with care and not with a view to benefit­ ting or rewarding individuals. If the men who have been tried are not found wanting it is good policy to continue them in office for another term, but if glaring...

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. — 13 October 1875

BISMARCK AND VICINITY. BurlelgVt Friday, through the courtesy of Dr. Porter, and accompanied by him, toe writer was enabled Jo visit the followr iDg mentioned fariiiK 4. TRED EGOrafSFABM. This gentleman but recently discharg­ ed from the army- in which he had served fifteen years, gaining compli­ ments and promotipn for bravew and Integrity,'is now comfortably settled on a homestead about four miles south­ west of Bismarck. He has 160 acres of which fifteen are broken. Of this ten acres was under cultivation this season, 3£ acres in corn, 4 in potatoes, and the remainder in other vegetables and gar­ den truck. Fired has.,unbounded con­ fidence in the productive qualities of thesoil in this region, and says he ttelieves. we can raise as good crops here as in New York, and having faith in the country"he will break op fifty acres additional ground next season. From the 3-J- acres of corn planted this year, he will realize about 100 bushels. The corn is a small dent, and the ears were w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 October 1875

8? "V JS 8.8 5 Bismarck, D» T«» Oct 13» 1875. ytn PEPABTlmWT. 8«rrtM 11- 8* A juro urotTi rom ••Writ or wirmo* or •1*1? CO**MC« iw AOWCOLTU»B, SlHMIOCt pjk««TA 5 TIMlTOJfi 5? *J!s!** 2ooSOJS« Ob •arm MO°s -»uiv •iqooi»A *u»a PalAV nojtsuia "SAV usjauiotBJeqx U«3££ ca tf O u, as «o g*s® 2 3k c* 52 •b: •aa?anioj«a av»N 5 I .s« 3 SIS-HI^ £"S SS5 3 Highest temperature, 56° Lowest temperature, 21® Cash paid for wood at this office. Hind Knit Socicsra J. H. Marshall's. They called it a mess club re union. Wheelbarrows for eight. Major Sperry and wife are in the city. The new agent will arrive next week. Dr. H. R. Porter is building an of­ fice nearly opposite the TEIBTNB of­ fice. Ladies' Monitor Over Shoes at J. H. Marshall's. Dr. S. J. Allen having been ordered from Rice to Stevenson passed through en route yesterday. Gen. Urittpnden raised 450 bushels of potatoes on one acre at toe Post Gar­ den at Fort Abercrombie this year. Judge JJowen and Mr. Selby, enjoyed a two day's hunt at Crys...

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. — 20 October 1875

i'T VOL. 3. As la&tp*ai0%Mtirtyftpfpr Aprmpm IASW. TaAMiiirir.r-1tqaai*. 1time, ft. MWop«*te certkma, SOetau tkb.' Oud rigMh'wW«», lthne, tSiftdi •olann, colamB, lllai, WT_, Coinucr lUms. eighth (Jolumn, 1 jMC, year, 940. Onejiilf column, 1 year, $185. bemeamr ofthe fd ^^irei^lW. year, 96 One-worth year, 940. One-pal ol«mn, ItMAL KviW fV-rii^ r- Theodbre Til ton is 40 years old and vu mittied tt 20. A black'bear was killed in the city limits of Fargo last week. Capt. George Lancaster, retired, died nt Bangor Maine, Sept. 26. Six inches of snow ftll at Ootlin| Wood, CanaM, on tfrellth rdst. Major Pottef, of Yfanktoo, has been appointed post trader at Ponca Ageo -y- The'St. Paul Pioneer Press trots out that name old rooster ovisr the result in Ohio. A black woman, an alleged 44 S. G. Comstock of Moorhead Is the republican nominee for representative* It is well. John Ryan, of Boston, died last week from the effects of a prixe fight, with Carney who fled. The Republican majority in ...

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. — 20 October 1875

tfke l^ismarelt ^ibnitt. Bismarck, D. T«f 0ct^ ?0, l$75i THE TRI-WEEKif. Attention is again called fo th# pro? posed TBI-WMKLY ^RiBtfN* Whi& will appear on or before Nov. 15th§ im mediately on the suspension of trains. Ifttill l*e the same size and style as present weekly and will contain a fatt'gynopsis of the news in the St. Paul papers of the day on which it is pub­ lished and the previous day. 'Ijfc will Ije as full of life as the busi­ ness end of a wasp and as attentive to* the demands of the frontier as a Red rivet mosquito to a well fed English­ man. The weekly will then be double the size of the present weekly and will -contaih about three times as much mat­ ter. It will be the liveliest paper on the frontier and the best family paper in the Northwest. Price for the Tri-weekly, two months in advance,, $2.00 6 months in advance, $1 .00: for the weekly one year in ad­ vance $2.00 three copies'one year $£00. With the first issue of the TRI-WEEK­ LY TriifltfNB the publicati...

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. — 20 October 1875

fliut* BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Closeof the Season's Work. —Complete Suoeess of toe Friem rivals fQr^tlpD niiii^aivJMtoy. Tbe ^ster#1^iv^!'Carroll Monday evening, She left here on tbe 26th alt., and tbotfgh a ?00'&n boat, and carrying 260 tons on her last trip, reached Carroll without difficulty clean ing*ip tiwtatiit Vwinwi of the sea* son. Shft leftJDftrrpjl Monday of last week, airwm^'lietejon Monday, thus consuftitfi|feTg11i da^s in the^trip down. The route to Montana via the North­ ern Pjgific pra&£l< md Carroll iarsiow aforife earlier than boatg reached Fort this spring #htl£ for two feoi boat h#8 Both the Western and Josephine leave for Yankton and Sioux City to-day. Both brought down a full list of .pas­ sengers and ibe Josephine about 60 tons of ore. The Western met the Benton at the Muscleshell on the 11th inst. She was ordered to reach Cow Island at all hazards,"'. --J*! -.. The Carroll is expected frotn btslow to-day, and the May Lowry is on the route up. The .S...

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. — 20 October 1875

JJ Cd Hbms&ift TM Ctet. 20.1875. mini im hIS, tJ«£- A» n:natti nr» *M.aoai*i,' •afceeir «r COM»«*»*' ^W nunuacc. puOTi $ W 2 as 5S 3 •omi *ou8 JO tiav 1 •*lpoi»A aoipa^ia "*AV •8 at u, m* 0 Ma«»aoj«8 v-l I &4 aa I tC 1 is 12 k. Shin s* i! iaiisis E* sting- I AjppnnH a«»H SSS85SS IS jMOfMUOOMttlA a«»W j? |1 I 18 vi \. :ihh J*? J* 9 U*lfN 9^£t49| H?Hfc»ooooS Highest temperature, 18° Lowest temperature, 29® H«h4 KpitSocks ft-J. H. Marshall's. Gen. Geo. B? Sergeant, of Duluth, died at Ems, Germany, last month. -1 *. C' The directors of the'Northern Pacific Trill arrive at Bismarck soon on a tour of inspection. Lt Edgerly/ left for the *a$t ,yester­ day this time on his return he will bring Mrs. Edgerly. J^se ^yers, J. W:. Millet andothers have lost largejyiantittes of hay within the past few days by fire. I. Head Light oil in ten gallon ,cans at J. W. KaymOnd &Co.' T&e JlowaHetbodist Confer 6n)ee has assigned BeY* J. Webb to,tbe,-,work at Bismarokand Jamest&vtfi I). ...

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. — 27 October 1875

THE •ustcmirrto* ruops, One yeir... Biz sooths. Sot-criptlorwpafaMstaaptaitor •DYiEfniRO0m4i TmuWHunr.—*1 iqwiw.1 .ertioni, 50 er 18 additional ltittMt.9ft.9Qt •olnnm, ~1 thne, column, ltlme, $10 COMTBACT Jtytr eightfaeofonm, IfOTEB T|H» Geinl Additional la tfwu, 1 time, f5&r$h colMMj flV.'oS iueitioBilS. r«1rMivllS .One Oa^tfarthcoUmfl. year, $40. at# yrtrr, nonpareil, or 850 emf of yi* making #m be measured &i Hlid typto' th* ID body of the advertisement It is rumored in Washington that Gen. Humphrey, will- be. retired1]and Qen. Babcpck made chief ofengineera hiss lead. Gov. Tilden has instructed the dis* trict attorneys through New' York to prosecute all persons guilty of the im­ proper use of money at elections, on pain of dismissal. Two brothers, named Courtwight, who killed the sheriff, of Portage coiinr ty,WisM last week were hung by, a mob of forty masked men. Lieut. Fitch, Minnie Sherman's, hus* band, has resigned his position in the navy to enable him to devote att...

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. — 27 October 1875

7T Bismarck, D. T«, "MICHIGAN IS OK 'GUARD." ZacV Chandler, of Michigan, is the 'hew Secretary of the Interior. HU ap poinTment was a surprise to everybody and meets with severe criticism- par­ ticularly from the! Independent pr.esso* the country. If Grant cared for the wishes of soreheads or for the prejudices of the press gang, he would have hesi­ tate# long before making this appoint­ ment. But notwithstanding the abuse that has been heaped upon Zach Chan­ dler since his blood letting speech of 1881, and mainly because of it, he is a man of ability and integrity, who in his official life has never been connected with jobbery in any form. In that respect he is as pure, as was ChaTles Sumner or as is Carl Shurz. Zach Chandler has no need of money for he «g.already a millionaire and cares but little for it, and he has beon abused so heartily and so long, that he will im­ prove this opportunity to make a repu­ tation for himself, and will bring into play those splendid executive facu...

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. — 27 October 1875

BISMARCK AND vlclNIJY,, crowded out list week, but we resume anin and hope. fi05c»*Me?wttt!o« further JSji "«S35Sh is obtalii the'facts. Will those whose farms haw not b^n m^Wotifed^beigbb^ enough to hand us the facts? It is the aim of the writer te give information that is hrtrtywlialdin1 (ture most dainty tha^Her butter would pass for "gilt edge" in any market, Mr. Ward reeajrds^this country first class for stock7*n$ fkids no* difficulty in ob­ taining. eirjir vfcd imwrtafit a"So- *testimoQj,.^uvd apu£$l0 tejiimoiiy^i^®^ the counttfitrMn of TBiBtirfi tekders be permitted to "sum up" in thepeg* tiv£ fhe Trj^sb Ukmgfoe afli^atiV^ OiilAA ^iQiT^/jIMdf&hei^UHS 1$• i. uenrnazen will j_hM WABD. Lying fire mfles east of the ratlroad fi^ fkrm of (Xscar Ward, who in-16^3, broke up a few^acrel and commenced farming While he has not accomplish results, owing to grasshopper depr tions, he has tested the capacities of the soil thoroughly and is satisfied with the result. His n^n were engage...

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. — 27 October 1875

•S3 •35 •iJu tffwlklfcig nirAX nimmXrlwtili* Hr ». A- iinriT o» ootaawd iw AGOicciTuna, •umbo* is*o*a T*«*rro*T. if '«n*a *°°8 .jo ysr J® ::i:5gs uojpojia '"V S5^®SK^ 55 lljpimnH 9tMW sg 5 55 te SQ uaVdnjoauaqj, -jajaraoi^a jg "WW H, .1 prof^l£ 0 t-t-«o«p ©occ» agisa*9i& j: iO^£ ,.«& I .* 5 *-7 I I i4 ^"2 J? Mi as 1 /. as U-ll'l agxtT-Sag a I H^HfceoooZ attfiSBSKsr^-^^^ Hapd ^yt SOCKS J. ffv Mar^nU's. Capt. A. E. Smith has returned from Minnesota with several car loads of vegetables for the troops at Fort. Lin-r. The last train from the East for the -winter will arrive Friday- and leave about Monday. Then the road will c]g6Q£flgr r£ta& r£ For Trunks and alises go to. J. W. Raymond1 & Oo?d/" Iirrt igr "becoming decidedly popular and is now in general use for dances cofieert?, 4»e. Jit is roomy, tas ty and' convenient. Forster is about rig­ ging up an oysU^r pallor in one 1 0 rooms at the rear of the ttall. A good ide».f 7 -v s--.ry Ladies' Monitor Over Shoes at J. H. ...

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. — 3 November 1875

THE BISMAROTt ^fMBUWB CO. •OBSOU omjW"- ®5*2S' gbt Months.. 4. ....JJI SmbMriptioBt ptj«Me 1 ^-5' APVWIISn*? TSANIBVT.rfl 58Sm •olamn, 1 time, $6 •SftHSteJ** dgbth coluttik,' 1 jf*}'a *°L«oal ADTBBTisrartrrtj' pfr •q«ye» ssjk of the ad*erttoe*fentV r.'.. _ddWon»l ln fmann. 1 time, OifcUwrth tottaa, [ODIfUO* OOHliH Imertiona $4. One rflyeir'l 'Ofie-tofcfCh'eolamn jr column, 1 ja*1". tW» lr,&QT$B Qen Sheridan has WeSt :-i «.' i- IftfnphiH felt tliree cistant earth, quake Shocks one day last week. The Russians have finally determined to attend the American Centennial. •'"fwo daily lightning niail trains now run between New York and Chicago. The loss of Virginia city iri the re cent fire, is estimated to be $4,000,006. The President has designated Nov. 25th as a day of thanksgiving and pray­ er. A Detroit Steamer was wrecked dur­ ing a snow storm on the lakes .-.last week. California expects to put up 40,000 boxes of dried this year. The Boston Herald h%S been sued for libelling the...

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. — 3 November 1875

ismarf Bismarck, D. THE TRI-WXXKLT TRIBUKE. Arr^nj^nients htvo been completed truich will make the Tri-Weekly TBI SVSB a success so far as the certainty df Its publication is conWhed. J.Thfe IfeWeikly, wiU appear Ncj^naber I$t$, a^d will be published ...on Mondays, Wednesdays and r» Fridaysi and the Weekly thereafter on Saturday, thus gifing'a full synopsis df the "associated preys' dispaWbw^pur^ya *n tjb? w^ek —almost as good as $ daily. -L jThe TRI* BUNK, Tri-Weekly and Weekly, will go to press about 2 p. m. and v?ili contain the news published 'in tfifc Ohidago and St. Paul papers the same morning. ror two not, the' TBIBCNE will do its part in (jo'od faith and furnish the Tri-Week­ ly at the rate of two months in advance dollars, or six months in advance live dollars. Until Nov. 15th full tele­ graphic tiews will be published in the W6ekW. This issue lis a faitf sample. SHOULD This fall we haVe a "Rich" party, called the People's, J. H. Richards, be­ ing the principal candidate t...

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