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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 11 November 1878

.« gi 8l)e$iMiutrcli8rUrotK. BISMARCK. MONDAY, NOV. 11,1878. MASONIC. ,... Theregntar p. a. communications of Bismarck Lodge ISO, 3L P. A. X., an held In their hall on •nit and third, mondijn of each month it 7 leordially ln- Brother, in B. W. COREY, See. I.O. O. F. Aui The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. IS O. O. F.,areheld in XMonlc Hall everyTues i. rot day. n«eL JC. O. BOSTWICK, E. See. BBCieiOVi 8ERTICE8. '••ft At the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath even iH commencing at 7:90 clock. Sabbath School immediately after morning service. Prayer meet­ ing every Thursday evening. Rev. I., 0. Sloan, Pastor. Arrival and Departure: of Mails. On the North Pacific to and from tho east ar­ rive daily, except Monday, at 7 a. m. Depart daily exeept Saturday at 7 p. m. Leave for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bu ford and the Tongue river posts every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leave for Fort Rice and St...

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. — 18 November 1878

a b. .In,- ... jtm wsgombleb bmom OVBB TMB &M.OBM, vS •*1*^ vr VI. .V~tfi BY mKMPH TO THE TRIBUNE ALL Ctptan «r the »lew«i ban-Aatiker Attempt t# ilute Kiig HMfcert-Slenwi u4 the •nkfc'BeiMMfltli Fit Miaeellameene Hotea.• n«d Sewa. [Special to the Tribune.] STEWABT'S GBAVE BOBBERY. ST. PAUL, NOV. 18.—Sensational rumors of the arrest of the robbers of the Manhat­ tan Bank and Stewart's grave prevailed in New York yesterday. A man named yraland was arrested Saturday to whom the police attribute the Manhattan rob­ bery, but the New York Times announces that he is «ne of the Stewart gang that two more have been arrested and the whole gang is under the surveillance of the po lioe and cannot escape. The remains are not yet found and no positive evidence against Yraland exists. SHEIIMAN AND THE BANKS. Sccretaiy Sherman informs the report­ ers that the treasury is in no way respon­ sible for the action of the New York banks in resumption, and concerning the silver •dollar. The action fi...

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. — 18 November 1878

mwmm jr Bpl «:«l A NEW KLECTBIC UGHT. ••& New York Times, Oct. 80. An interesting exhibition of anew electric light was given by the Electro-Dynamic Light company yesterday afternoon, at the corner of Elm and Walker streets. The new light is the invention of W. E. Sawyer, of this city, and Albon Man, of Brooklyn. •It is a very simple affair, consisting of a nmnll-pfm^-^CIniihw aJirttotog—4fc ordinary pin", connected1 by wires with an electric njachinmgmd inclosed in a her. metically sealed gla& globe, which is filled •with pure, njtrogfi oarboa is heated"* temp&a 50,000 mip.. ...*"" A*"11*" is heated" by~tE^lectffc'cnrfent toa light was obtained, equal to the Adopted. The district whiohihas ^beent devastated is one of the most thinly settled- portions of the. country. The people devote themselves to the cultivation of indigo,, sugar-cane, and tobacco, are industrious and economical, and many of them wqre in ypry comfortable ci? •cumstances. The.failipe of .the iindigd cf...

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. — 18 November 1878

•-SS" ?MC 3^jn»E5S335«!?55!^^ERSn3 ""t~kn Iowa ._. V'0\r:j3 JJda County (Iowa) Pioneer. But the saddest, of oar story is .yet to «ome: ^Th6 next* day, 8 Yorenqoir, an­ other fire was set -a short distance from where the one-the day before originated, and the wind being in |he same direction, and blowing a igitot deal harder, vthe fire was driveQ parallel ^sritfi: the .other. About one o'clock it had reached Grant township, and coming at a farions speed toward the premises of Mr. B. F. Aiken Mr. Aiken's oldest child, a lad of fifteen summers, saw the fire storm approaching, and immediately mounted a horse and galloped out into the field to try and save his father's hay, which was in imminent, danger. The boy let the horse go, and took the blanket upon which he rode andwet it in the creek and thought to put- the fire but while it was crossing. When the fire neared him it was so hot that he could not stand it, and started to run at one side with the hope of getting put of the way of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1878

«'K |J '.rt BY STA.NL.KY HilltTUCY. MNISCBIFNON BATES: ii O Six Months, 1 BO re on 7 5 ADVERTISING HATES: Transient.—One inch, one time1$1 subsequent insertions, SO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Setentjr-flre cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. .k Contract Rates.—One Inch, three months, $5 2*4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 30 inches, $60. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nam, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. ,, All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, NOV. 18s 1878- THK Jamestown Alert is getting to be •quite a readable paper. It copies liberally from THE TRIBUNE. MR. HOAG sars tbe Republican is the best local paper north of St. Paul.—Fargo Be publican. What a lie! THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE looks down modestly from that position. YANKTON may squea...

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. — 18 November 1878

BY STANLEY HUNTLKY. HCBSCRIPTION SATKS: Wnmr, ©tw Year, $f Six Months, I B® Three Months 75. .—» ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch) one time1 $1 subsequent insertions, GO centa: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Se venty-fl ve cents per folio for first Insertion and fifty cents per (olio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5 2*4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches, $25 20 inches, $60. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. ,v All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, NOV. 18» 1878. THEJamestown Alert is petting to be quite a readable paper. It copies liberally from THE TBIBUKK. MR. HOAG says the Bepubhcan is the best local paper north of St. Paul.—Fargo Be publican. What a lie! THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE looks down modestly from that position. YANKTON ma...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1878

-Vy*" flSMRCK AND THE BALLOT-BOX F, "W.* OWWICIAL MKTUUXM or *WK, CUR OF BISMAMCK. '. ^"T The Deaacnta Ctot iH lme 6m4 Wark ui Carry Sfcryihlag Before Thea—GMrge PetplM Sleeted Slayer a Stmt Ticket Cemyeee4 of deed Me*—A Gruil Victory ftr OFFICIAL The following is the official canvass of the votes cast at the city election: .1 MAYOR. George Peoples, 372 William Hollem baek, 81 J. W. Raymond, 109. TREASURES. D. I. Bailey 540. CITY CLERK. Michael O'Shca, 382 C. J. Clark, 195. CITY JUSTICE. George Glass, 296 David Stewart, 254 M.J. Edgerly28. CITY MARSHAL. Michael McLear, 320 Mathew Kelly, 354. ALDERMEN—FIRS WARD. Joseph Dietrich, 142 S. F. Lambert, 137 C. 8. Weaver, 45 G. H. Beal, 48 Jas. F. Reardon, 4 John Nicholls, 1. ALDERMEN—SECOND WARD. R. R. Marsh, 133 John Whalen, 127 Jo seph Pennell, 48 James H. Marshall, 51 John Boyle, 9 J. P. Forster, 12. ALDERMEN—THIRD WARD. Asa Fisher, 49 Michael Powers, 60 Thomas McGowan, 41 Lawrence Fahey, 45 John Hoglund, 23. Letter List. List of letter...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1878

V3*, a sfe'i SHERMAN'S BEPORT, of the ten regiments of cavalry, and twelve of the twenty-five regiments of in­ fantry which comprise the entire army, and although he Btates this force to be entirely in­ adequate to perform the daties required, yet it is impossible further to reinforce them without stripping the Beaboard .or abandoning, otjier territories to the Bame danger which he so -graphically describes. His territorial command is 1.500 miles long and 1,200 miles broad. This vast region.has in the past ten years undergone a radical change from being the pasture fields of millions of buffaloes, -elk, etc., affordliig abundant food for th6-In dians it has passed into a farming country traversed by many railroads. The game is nearly all gone and the Indians have been forced on Rmail reservations. Nearly all Indi­ an treaties were made on the theory that this change would ocpur 'njore slovvly^ and "that the government would have tb jif urnish partial food for the Indian, and that he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1878

iikci1^ W 1 BANHa. MERCHANTS BANiaOF BISMARCK WALTKBMAHN, Frest. W. B, MEBBIAJC, Vice Pres. GEO. H. FARACHILD^Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, New York Merchants National Book, St. Paul. Lgene allow BANK OE&ftaSSI*: t. W. RAYMOKD, PRE*. W. B. BILL, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on time aeposlts. Collections prompt- ly attended jo. GEO. P. fLAMNKBT. JS PRESTON GRAY DJustice AVID JL. WBTHKBBT. Street. Attorffeys. & T7ILLTAMS—(D. O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) T^ain Street. ANBLET GUT. A. D. PRATT. "onej 73m6 & PBATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bought. 8THWABT—Attorney at Law and City 76tf JOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law Fourth Street. JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. P. SLAUGHTER, .M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON, And U. S. Examining Surgeon. Office at Dunnes Drug Store. DOGTGR H. R. PORTER. Ofi3.ce and Residence nest to the Tribune Building. Wm. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1878

mpfr Vr I 1 1 1 /, ,• 3t Ifest 'te f-P 1 (-x 'SKs 8p j. 5$, & ''*i Hire UtottuKrcft IKHbittte. BIfMAROK, MONDAY, SOY. 18,1CT.f- XAMVIC. jnKBlarcommaBlcatlABaofBinMfekMc* n«i thtAntiaiiUri BMdinof nek V.BiothSita goad eundlng an cerdiaUyin {rfted. JOHH DAVIDSON, W.ll. iTy.COBlt. —e. & *nik'" B. O. BOSTWICK, B. Sec. BKLI«Ii17l ilBnCBH. At -the Fresbyteriaa Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and Sabbath even ins commencing at 7:30 clock. Sabbath School immediately alter morninr service. Prayer meet­ ing every Thmrsday evening. Bev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor. Methodist services every 8unday at the City Hall at 10:80 a.m., and at1 p. m. ClMsand orayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:80, for the present at private houses. B*V. G*o. W. Babwbtt,Paster. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and from the east ar­ rive daily, except Monday, at 7 a. m. Depart daily except Saturday at 7 p. m. Leave for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bu tord and the Tongue river po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

r* K.tt A?*" ,- *411, ill: ,y j». 4 ISti {v?,- ,AiA',l *-^''i J^R. vj rt,' VOL. VI. f||i BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE STEWS GOBBLED JB ROM ALL OVER THE GLOBE. The Marquis of Iiorne and Princess lionise at Halifax-The President's Message--Fxport ef Flour From S'ort Benton—lnvestigtation of Reno ••Europe Troubled—Chinese on the Warth Path—Miscellaneous. RENO TO BE-INVESTIGATED ST. PAUL, NOV. 25.—An order will prob­ ably be issued from Washington this week •for the investigation, at Chicago, of the conduct of Major M. A. Reno, at the time of the Custer massacre. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE." In his forthcoming message the-Presi­ dent will make the reported outrages and violations in the South during the late Congressional elections, a prominent top­ ic of comment. These violations will be considered as forcibly depriving a large number of citizens, in specified localities, of the rights conferred by both National and State authority, thus preventing re­ sults expressive of their will in the...

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. — 25 November 1878

When the Woods Turn Brown. How will it be when the roees fade Out of the garden and out of the glade? When the fresh That Is changed pink bloom of the sweet-brier wild letins'from the dell like the cheek of a ror dry hips on a thorny bush?— Then, scarlet and carmine, the groves will How will ltbTwheii the antumn flowers 'pfe| Wither aw^y fpope, their leafless bowers \Vhen sun-flower and star-flower and golden rod Glitnmer no more from the frosted sod, And the hillside nooks are empty and cold?— Then the forest-tops will be pay with gold. How will it be when the woods turn brown, Their gold and their crimson all dropped down, And crumbled to dust?— O then, as we try .. Our ear to Earth'slips, we, 6hall hear her say, "In the dark I am seeking new gems for my crown "-r We will dream of green leaves, when the Woods turn brown. —I/ucy Lareom, in St. Nicholas for November SNATCHED FROM NIAGARA. "Yes, stranger, it is a mighty fine fall. I guess Niagara beats creation for bigness. You curio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

"1 WISH I'D REMAINED AT HOME." IK,-' T'^S ''I fiirdl uYou's 1 1 ATHAJTK8^visO BTOBT. sffe tq^thiadgerleys coming here, to spend Thanksgiving?'^ said Mrs. Nettingley. ,* "Not if I know it." Mrs. Nettingley was a close-fisted and calculating matron, who livied in a house in a stylish neighborhood in New York, and was one of those who, of hermaid-of ali-work expressed it, ''would skin a flee to «ave the hide and tallow." Mrs. Net tmgly liked to make a show, but she had a deep-rooted aversion to spending money. And entertaining company on Thanksgiving day was one of the things that cculd not be accomplished without the latter concomitant. v? Mr. Nettingley, a little, weak-minded man, who viewed his big wife |Jrith re­ spectful admiration, looked dubiously at her. '-But. my dear,'* said he, "how are you going to help it? They've sent word -J they are coming." "I'll go to your sister Belinda's, up in Saugatuck county." Mr. Nettingley felt of his chin., "They haven't invited us," said he— ...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

KMHREM iljciwmarcJi Srtbunc. A **ff BY STANLEY HUNTLEY. •Hit S-p SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEMKLT, Ooe Tear, $2 50 •k ,, Six Months, 1 60 Three Months 75 ?t .APVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time1 $1 subsequent 'Insertions, 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5 2I4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, gift 10 inches, $25 90 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 centB per line each -/insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, NOV. 25, 1878. A LARGE number of paid local notiees and display advertisements are crowded -out by news, this week. Don't, kick, gen tlemen, we will pay you for the loss, great .419 it is.. To those who are dependent upon the editor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

¥$$ S&M THE BUSINESS OF BISMARCK. 7t«U:vt. (Continued from First Page.) ^Millinery—Mre. Arthur Linn, Mrs. $. A. Maxwell. Dressmaking—Mrs. Linn, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrg. E. Morrison, Mrs. E. Sloan. Sewing Machines—J. W. Fisher, C. J. Clark. Harness Making, etc.—Rook Brothers, D. Macnider. Restaurants—Chas. Louis, Eades & Westhauser, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Flynn, Aus­ tin Logan, P. Brosseau, Chris Jannett. Jewelry—E. L. Strauss & Bro., Cook, Bell & Day. Gun^mithing—O. H. Beal Wakeman, Kalhern & Breweries—J. D. Wakema Walter Pop manufactory—Bakei & Gooding. Wagon making—David Stewart, J. C. Brown, M. H. Woolsey. Blacksmlthing, etc.—Northwestern Ex­ press & Stage, Cc., Geo. Gibbs, H. M. Mixter, Welch & Breen, Chas. B. Rust. Lawyers—J ohn A. Stoyell, Flanneiy & Wethei'by, Gray & Pratt, Williams & Preston, Jehn E. Garland, David Stewart, :Ge.o.,W. Sweet, Thos. Van Etten. Physicians—H. R. Porter, W. A. Bent ley, B. F. Slaughter, Andrew Hogg. Dentist—A. T. Bi...

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. — 25 November 1878

rryli 4 .V* Sfte mm RSntytJnnday morning. F*om the master •r-.." Sf^Wie schooner Olivia he learned that Dul fiage was driven out of Sonth Bay, Ont., be Vr 'lore a heavy gale the previous Thursday •y/ night, and being.acqnainted with Dolmage's ^er, he,telegraplied the facts to him and "Pf ^'S^^^anBwer±?queating him to get the body 4/" home. afternoon Capt. Walters took a drove to Stony Point, where he "TWttfthat the body had been removed to Henderson harbor and buried. He pushed on and reached Henderson at noon Tuesday, took the body up and brought.it here, arriv­ ing Wednesday noon. The corpse now lies ^aboard of, his vessel,'which is awitinga fair wmd to:sail for South Bay. FIIFM1'' A THEUJUNQ STOBT. Statement -of this garnered It seems strange that, even on such a night, a man should be allowed to drift away from a fleet of ten vessels without further effort to rescue, him than appears to have b6en made. Capt. Walters thinfitftbat there was noiiintentiona'l inhumanly, but that ead...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

1 $1 JTAXHS. MERCHANTS BANKOF BISMARCK Walter Mann, Prest. W. R, Mbrmam, Vice Pres. Geo. II. Fahiciiild, Cashiur. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, New York Merchant* Rational Bank, St. Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK jr. 0 W. Raymond, Prest. W. B. BivL, dash. A general bankin* business transacted^ Inter­ est allowed on time deposits. Collections prompt |y attended to. GEO. P. FLANNKKY. J. J£. Wetueubt. (City Attorney,) FWest LANNEKY & WBTHERBY Attorneys. Main Streets PRESTON GRAY & T71LLIAM$T-(D. o. Preston, B. A. Williams.) T^ain Street. AHBMTGBAT. A. D. PBATT. & PRATT—Connseriors at Law. Money tp loan. Commercial paper bought. 73m6 AVID STEWART—Attorney at Law and City Justice 76tf "OIIN A. 8TOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County At torney. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. P. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And XJ. S. Examining Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOGTGR H. R. PORTER. Ofilce and Residence next to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

jirilfi to* *!i§ Wfc- I ll it® ®J)CiwiHarcli®ributte. BIS3IAB0K, KOJfDAY, NOV. 25,1878. 1IASOX1C. the lar communications of Bismarck Lodge A A. M., arc held in their hail on The regu No. 120, A. first and third mondaysof each month *B. N. COBBY, Sec. it,1* The,Teiralar meeting ofMandan Lodge Ne. 12 I. O. O. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. HANAUEB, N. J., E. O. BOSTWICK, R.SIO sec. P," RELIGIOUS SERVICES. At the Presbyterian Church .every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock mid every Sabbath even lug commencing at 7*30 o,clock. Sabbath. School immediately after morning service. Prayer meet­ ing every Thmr6day evening. Kev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor. -J:-'r Methodist services every Sunday at the City Hall at 10:30 a. m., and at 7 p. m. Class and urayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30, for the present at private houses. REV: GEO. W. BAIINETT, Jack McAleer, the lucky miner of Deadwood, went East last evening, his wife being dan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 25 November 1878

I (Ifye ffetMrck SrUmtte. BTSIf *Rf!K, MONDAY. NOV. 25, 1878. fm'' & ,i. 0 YS-' HASOXIC. vi,. The regular communications of Biemarck Lodge No. 120, A. A A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 ». m. Brother* in good ^landing are cordially in­ vited. JOHN DAVIDSON, W.M. K. N. COREY, Sec. w-ife o« The.regtHar meeting of Mandan Lodge T^ei. 12 I. O. O: P.i are held in Masonic Hall every Tues­ day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in­ vited. SIG HANAUEB, N. G. E. O. BOSTWTCK, B. Sec. BJBMGIOUS SERVICES. At the Presbyterian Church .every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath even^ ug commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Sabbath School immediately after morning servicc. Prayermeet ing every Thmrsday evening. Rev. I. O. Sloan, Pastor, -/.y.'.v,. v. ,-• Methodist ••rviccs every Sunday at the City Hall at 10:30 a.m., and at 7 p. m. Class and uraver meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30, for the present at private houses. Leave Rev Geo. W. B...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 December 1878

VOL. VI. tr?. v-V BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE JfEWS GOBBLED I ROM OVER THE GLOBE. ALL The XVreeked Pomerania—Another 8t«amb«&t Accident with Twenty lives Lost—The Assembling of Congress-—Tilden's Rcfcnwo—Af Mra ALi-oai—Charses Asainst, marshal Wharton, of JSjOuLsiaua. THE POMERANIA. ST. PAUL, DCC. 2.—The examination of tlic coroner's jarv in the Pomerania dis­ aster elicits undoubted proofof the coward­ ice und inhumanity of the crew. Bed­ ding and mess pans are shown to have been saved in preference to preserving lives. STEAMER 8UNK. The steamer Cotton Valley sunk yester­ day at Burgeus points, Louisiana, by col­ liding with tlic steamer Morgan. Twenty lives were lost. The life boats were lost In the driving lain and gale. TOE CAPITOL. Washington is unusually quiet for the day before the assembly of Congress. Nothing is known of the contents of the President's message. Several memberB of the cabinet have not even seen a line of.it. Five hundred words are said to be devoted to t...

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