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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 October 1873

Vol. i, No. 3. An !alep?oil i.t X..'wiintK»r, publbiul fcr THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. scb.-CM T:ON' r"!ici ).ie .vm" fi.M Thr.'. ijspkl'u. .. .. i.Oa S.x m.n'.'aj 1.5-) Sitc -pie* 10 ti :.i py*b!t* it vsr' l!y ir. advuice Ailverliiijijj intes rj.i .» kiMwn ori np^l'ieauon at tJit* WEDNESDAY, SKPT. i, 1870. THE CAUCUSES. Uismondt is undergoing a new .sensa­ tion. Ft is passing through tho throes «f a .small political volcano, no spoils as yc-t whore there is nothing to .-"teal of course there .'ire no politicians. The contest is simply one of opinion. Iwo classes of our citizens are attempting to arrive at the same re suit through different means. Tho ob- jccfc sought to be attained by those giv ing their influence, and who purpose giving their votes in support of the can­ didates whose names have beer, placed upon the different tickets, is identicr.i. Ka':h simply desires the election of good men the difference exists in the the^v aro. Too Tiuiju.vr. has no politics or rath «.T it is ...

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 October 1873

$£fie ^ismarrk ^ribntie. ROBBING THE INDIANS. We took occasion some time ago to comment somewhat «evor«ly upon tho conduct of Indian Commissioner Smith in conneotion with his general management of Indian Affairs, and more especially as related to the treat­ ment received at his hands by the Gros Yentre and Mandan tribes. Last week a statement was published to tho effect that the Lec-h Lake Chippewa Indians «.f Minnesota wer« becoming obstrep­ erous, and had committed sundry dep­ redations against, on® A. IJ. Wilder, of .*r. Pixui, who was engaged in cutting hav upon their reservation, and that the military was callcd upon for protection. An investigation of the affair brings to light on* of the most barefaced steals and outrageous swindles ever perpetra­ ted upon any tribo of Indians. This new outrage is in the ihape of a con­ tract between Smith in his official c&f pacitv and said A. II. ilder, whereby the latter secures the sttuHpagu on the Leech Luke reservation, within live ...

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 October 1873

4 lie ismarck ^rilmne. DER BABY. 9T MABK QUH.VCHM. ^0 hc'.p rae gracious, efery d&y lauk'li vild to any lee vajr lly «chm*ll young toby trie to pl*j— 3 Dot funny leetlababy. Von I looV of dhem leetle toea, Mni *av lift funny leetle nose, t'nd heard ilor vay dat rooMor crowi, 1 nhmile like I waagraer. rnd then I heard the real Dice ray iihcm beoblea of my vife dhey say, re !ikehi\ fader* day." 1 vhcfer 9 aobroud like blaaa*. .-cotne.ilnf* dhere comes a leetle «cHq*all, li.jt's \lien der vindy rind Till erawi, ^iidid in Its leetle, schomack shmali— Dot'* too bad for der baby. D)l m:tVe» him aing at nights# achveot, :d porrvbarric lie lr.ustcad, l'.i 1 taiisi t:h'n«b ihbry onjniy fe't, il? bull* To halp dot loetU baby. my nose und ikks v:y hair, .): ivi^!suic "f«r tfcrwhere, nd Jlilol.'bcra aie—but tat I care! Hot vbs my ahnnall young baby. A .round my bead dot leetle arm V.is scl.qaeaiu uio so nieo und rarm— Oh nuv dh«ro naver come joaie harm Todot almisll lee-He b\i»y. I) )i ra» ...

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 October 1873

^ismartli ^Tribune. CUT '"'EM" 8HQKTS. Bismarck and the Rest of tho World in Brief. Remember those sparkling wines at the St. Louis Liquor Store. Oar Ferry Organisation. Tho Missouri River Ferry Co. was organized on .Saturday hist with the fol­ lowing oHicers PfCxftli )d If. Rrowtisoii. Secretary tnn Treitmiver T. '. Smg iser. Mtnu^-r— D. W. .Manilla. .J W llmmons. Esq loft Uisn.arcU ttiis l.Tivnin^ for 0:n:th t:inl .St. Jo to lrii.g this place the host. Tin? ferry is expected lo be in running order with­ in L'5 (hi.ys. A New Discovery. Messrs. Ross, MeGall, Guttessell and Millett, of this city, who have been ex­ ploring the region west of the Missouri for coal, have made valuable discoveries, and unless we are much mistaken in our estimates have »one farther toward the advancement and prosperity ofl^is marrV than would the building «.f a hundred miles of railroad this fnll have done. They have developed, five milts southwest of the ferry between this city and Fort Lincoln, a vien o...

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 October 1873

ifiuiardt ^tibttne. An l!id'. )sa-i«nt Newspaper, published hy AtfE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO.* scesciuvriox rESCE: ,,,t Y«ar Does t'2,50 I Three m-.ath. *1.00 I lionth* l.W I Single copies Si bscrlptioBi payable invar.ably in advance I Aueert-ting rate# mads known oa application a. •ic cO\c I ipt. Jack has mot a felon's death, av« murderer died in hia clothes. Capt. Buddington is a wise man, and eeps a closo mouth, IIo will only tell isstcry of the lost Polaris io the prop authorities. The:-itatementpublished last week that reig'nt to tho amount of 14,000,000 jounds had been received at this sta ion excites much surprise among news papers East. Donaldsen, who was to have gone up tho balloon "Graphic," yesterday ,ti»rted on his trackless course across .he ocean. Hfs friend* can only hope mccesa for the brave adventure. Attention is called to tho "cards" published on tho first page to-day. Mr. Douglas effectually explodes the silly story started by some person re­ garding tho situation as ...

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 October 1873

^iKiliiirth ffriimiie. EDITORIAL SPINNINGS The death of Louisa MuMbach is an­ nounced. That terrible scourge,ihe rellow fercr, shows no signs of abatement in the South. There hasn't asinglo "thoroughbred" newspaper reporter arrirerl in Bistnarck this vm'k. The Chic 13 Tribune publishes di Yorwes sandwiched between "Marriage#'1 and "Pcsthb." Now J.laven, Conn., has a female let­ ter carricr. She objects to being-called a "street walker." Four emigrant wagons which left Minnesota in May passed through Al­ bany, Oregon, last week. It cost a man in Mower county, Min nesota, $250 for the pleasure of shoot ing his mother-in-law last week. Isn't that story getting a little old 1 about the lady that marked "Private" on the corner of her postal card A Carlinville (Til.) woman broke her leg while kicking her husband for kiss ing the milkwoman. This is warning, The hemp matinee given with Modoc Jack as first star was a perfectly satis­ factory performance for all the parties outside of Jack hi...

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 October 1873

CM Ijtsmnvclt ^tUmuc. MADAM GIBBS GAB. BY COLD BE AS 80VP. hb—Rosin the Bow. r-ood morning Mr. Conductor, Wont you stop the train I've cwnped ou'.all this lOBg right In 6 mighty dreary rain. I slept In a bay stack, too, Along with my son Charles Dog'orn my skin it is really true My hair is all full of snarls. Look, see hero my dinner, 1 brought It with me for a lunch, Cracker?, cheese and cold potatoa* All jamir.cd up Into bunch. Come, Stocking, pass the bottl* It makes me feel so queer I iha'nt Mop at any hotel Bccause Ihoy are doar. Who that man in the corner With his little scrubby face, I suppose he thinks my company I» a terrUlo gmat disgrace, You say h's n.im" ".toyvll, Come with Tipple dorm to heat That fellow they call JncUman Along with Colonel Sweet. Pull thf cork for me, you, wis *". am getting dry again And my tonguo ia all a blistar For my teeth they ache with p&ln, I have lived upon the bottom, Along with Keen and Bill And whan I got to Pembina I will give old Swee...

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 October 1873

CUT 'EM SHORTS. 3*3 Tl-.ii- iji'.l t3iA of tlio World is Brief. "Are you eligible?' Bismarck has over eighty school children. Gen. Cass starts from St. Pant far Bismarck no:t Tuesday. A new »f rrsorl" is in process «f erection on Mail: sirei't. Th» t-niw'idnic for Sheriff on "INm-'.jV' ticket ks Put vour the White man. carry six-shooter," is the iu'w motto, lis no uso asking us for postftga stamp*. Wo haven't had one in thrao week.-. Slaughter touched our most vulner­ able point in the present of a fat prairio rhi.-ken. One vote, Doctor. Largo amounts of wood are out on the bottoms this fall, And fuel in P.isriarok will be cheap this winter A railroad track this fall to tho new i\al fields west of Lincoln is more than a matior of re pre speculation. See lela pvnni.s. Winter quarters for Caster's cavalry will be completed by Nov. ID, and will tho ilnest barrcks ofa equpl capacity the West. The river is sliH low, and the chan­ nel at this poin: has taken its monthly jump ueross the ri...

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 October 1873

Ait Iad»j*«'Hflt Xswapaper, publhfted W THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. rsici: On* »»f Thr.-re months *1.0« glX jr. :tni l.S- I Sititfe 90pit'» 13 bubdcfii'tion* pay*ble I'.rar ably in adranea^ AUv.y.fui.-.tf rates aaado kuowr. applioatioa at the offlco. The yeilow fever grows worse and worse at Memphia and Shrevepert. An exchange with a patent inside fol­ lows an cscu.-,e for lack of local news sstider p'ua of "crowded outfor want »f room,'' wi*h a two column editorial on "Tranquil tj in Mexico." A colored wttiian at Wheeliug, Va., shot her husbund because he wouldn't l«t h«r go blackburryinj. She attend­ ed a black burying then. On Thursday Chicago celebrated the second anniversary of her grtat tiro. Business generally was auspendod, and the daymadt) an universal one ®f— what? Fasting and prayer, or festivities? An attempt was mado last week to trot tho marc Groldsmith Maid against Glos ifr »i St. Louis,but it was found impossi­ ble v7iih nil the »pcc.ial police organised for the occasio...

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 October 1873

^Flts ^ismurdi DAKOTA'S COAX.r: FIELDS—THE PAST, PRESEWt AND FUTURE. When a few months since this com tnur.itv booauio satisfied that coal larsre quantities existed miles of the ii within thirty Missouri rirer, wrest of thi- eiiv, the effoct at once became discern fiblo in the ik'.v." iinpulsu to business. The genera! effect was similar to tha' which is prO'J'ii'*.a upon growing crops br t!»«? ivirm .". after long seasor (ir. tV I: Di'vota flic Northerr. itic !mvci.:, b. tract »i country now line uf tho richest ii Intl.woi far soil is concerned j11 {«.... .^rertt, crying want of cheap anc ui'i)-nb:nt fuel stared the pionetr »n« emigrant in the face. It was not the fact tint tho winters wero long or cold tint i-jierated to keep settlement ir. cck", but the lack of means for com­ fort and protection from the elements. IJi prairies mi&ht produce abundant rops. but tho farmer must have lumber f.r hi -, houso and barns and fences, and fuel for his stores. Tho streams of the country w...

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 October 1873

A Raving. p, —For th® benefit of all Intellectual readers I am obliged to say thai Poe*» "Raran" la a base parody upon the following czquWte So my dancing moroeau. WHS JVtftn tii* Dakota Republican. Per* haps jme In pertinent anl ahallow crHica may aneer tn*ly assert that "the Karen" was published be­ fore I emerged from childhood but such contempt­ ible insinuations I horl back with the saorn they de Mrre. I have no objection, however, te any ana's say In that ray poem Is oprtu Foe. Ones upon a qaiIolriit. dreary, while I fleundered weak and weary, On an awful nubby uattro s, feeling Tery lame and *or« Whilst promhcouily tumbling, suddenly I heard a mmblig, Liks a tipsy cartliquale tumbling aemewhera near ihe chamber door, Or a b«rd of buils practicing Improvements on the r»ar. Only that and nothing more! Ah! d'.itlnctly I remsmber, 'twas a het night In 8ep tcmhcr. And my chum in bed beside ree, fell aslaep an hoar before lie si-rit soundly *s a baby, and at first I was a gaby, Jor...

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 October 1873

CUT 'EM SHORTS. Bliauck *adLth» Rest af tln* World in Brief. Go to Fpr*t?r'» Rettaurant for your •ysUrs. Call at Wataon Goodhue's and »«e their tne new Beavor Overc«at«. Try Out old Nelson !c Co.'» whisky of 18«S, «t the St. Liu is Liquor Store. R^m«mb»r tho«» fine sparklinjj'wines, the St. Louis Li^uer Store. ?\tfot tea md c.ofee *erv«d at Foriter'* st'.ill'hours. The best meals?in tewn arc served^t Fortter's Restaurant. E.st:of ble m»p of Dakota. Marshall Jk JFloIlowbush hare removed into their.'new qnn.vter*"£which arc a credit.to their taste.* In fxctnrifttters at thp"Point*Rcner»lly areTitely. Mavahall^&.t ampboll, tbc.jgreat boot ThejSL jjltce. We are infor.ued that the Nov the rn Pacific have applied to the now coal company for a supply of coal for tho winter's consumption. N_ :salter how the election goes, you want to bear in mind that there is penty »f St. Lotiis Oream Ale and a fresh in­ voice ef fine Havana gara, at th« id t. Louise Liquor Store. During tho the tempor...

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 October 1873

Vol. No. I 6. fjpt$ ^ismnrck ^riliiine. An ladepenawt Nsw*pap«r, published hjr THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. fYisoRirrtok rftics: Adv~t?rii*ing r»tc* ..IMH' .. 10 *n« ywr *2.50 I Thrt* ranotkf Six uio at In le&j|8wglo coplct Siuhscrlptfuii® ptywblt Invar ably in adraiic© MAUO the tUiOc. liOur ®n »ppli#*tio* The Stokes trial is in progress, but ooc can Ret no idoa of it from tho m®» gre report*. nomination tendered him at St. Cloud during his absence some time ago. Work is progressing rapidly on the St. Vincent branch. Cars will rui from Glyndon north this winter. Dr. Burleigh has exchanged his Bon H'xnmo property for coal land in Iil-, snd will remove to Chicago. Tho StH' savs tiie muskrata ha*, banked their houses "extraordinarj thick," and wants th© Mooriiead rats ti follow suit. A Moovhoad man is reported to hare refused his little girl a slick of i-andj and irmiivdiatuljr treated to tho drinks at cost of $1.35. Commissioner Drummond's letter re­ lating to disputed claims on the N...

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 October 1873

4T k? ^imnarefc ^ijiliflne. r.1 fc iOHrHir.ff PACIFIC. kis.ds, mere especial! the issue rs. iway n.-op!r »f .»•" 0111 and, indeed, oi this section, tlx- wV.oK- ,'ouBfrr. «r» turned anrious toward the *»rth Pacific to aee in «het manner this 5re.1t highway meet' tSo or,*lv.ight. in order thit the read c: «*V :a»re lull•" underttand the fore er?«-i.i'»t let «n take a glance f.ttrni'j -»f htf »••*. According t« 1 ?4* h*r cT' anted by Congreu th» ,.n ivr ii authorised ta build an un •.,n.in»p-ujpte-.J line of railway, en® roenrir.} at Lake Superior, and proceef ir.g w?t ward, to point on Pug* Sound, alone the valley of the Colum Ida River, with branch line from a Niiiiui'U' p-v.»t tho main line over t:... 1 «s«-a io I-ange to Pugot Sound. Tiie --uinM-d -.st of the eonstruc o( ihft iuMTuc .i« follows ti fining. vAil* '[aad nr» tui i»cf ii'rti Si-l'nfS irv tiffins, tnelit*!' Tflr:r»rh His:.* nni«iiin^ \V6rkl»t '•asiiui ^rnall br*n«li lin« Kjtrs. expends Mtcrert on th« ^lr'"s 4 Hon, mlun» ...

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 October 1873

i,. €h ^ijmiareh ^ribnne. fctfMMER, »WSET, GOOD BT! ftcld an3 red and purple l»»rn flitter Jowiitbe wind, W:U. the sno* of tkistle dawn Ki.il thslanei are lined Clesr and keenly blua th- sky, Hsrryir.f birds ara flying hitfh, Singing "5u»*«r, »we«t, faad-by •Suiasssrs w*et, J»»d 5heave» *r» podding In lha «U», As if passed alone, Ti I*T fanUswe roat, Rummer's fulrv throng. Whei tha fadin* willow swings, W.'.er stlie nest. drssr'ed, sllnga, the hr«»V, that dnp: Summer, s»e*t, faa^-by Woadlandi whisper sal farewelli: quirrsl« frisk aad sprinf P.ttar, patter r«ln tfca nuts, for their h*rrc»ti' flocks of merry birds jo by, •,v«»t.'i thsht«rt'»analua(J«aaky, gnpeful truatful, while »igh: •'Summer, sweet, g»*I-by (fcorg* Gofer in fh* Itxiepandmt. DAKOTA NEWS. frym U'i 1'inkt-on /«». A special Poxt Office has been estab­ lished at Trysil, Pembina county Ole htrandiro!, postmaster. The Postmaster General has ordered a Post Office established at Skunk Lake, Minnehaha county Frank Van do Murk...

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 October 1873

the BTSM^ACR "*°ANCr VTCTNIty! V1liu taic .surplus railroad property at Fargo realized $2,500. Spiced pickled longue at Foators's Restaurant. The- report of thv promotion ol Lieut. Clianee was premature. The Lieuten. .vit hvs £001] iirosp0'*'*. however. fc* 10'*./iv 1 .i irosn lul of Ofit.r* li\" l:«s !i M_"»:.•» Kl. 3s Hill w. Captain I'OIIH-II ff Y»nkt"I» I 1 I S I .!u?t ro'eivt'il at 1* osier's Restaurant, .i line U.t'ol'CtnnmiHti pickled piga feet. The pay far came in Tuesday eren i:i£, fid the rirgubtr monthly payment to th railroad employee* was made. I r.i'uorod that the election of Mr. OontU'liy t'n the .I!K:O of *berilT will be r"intested, :nul probably that of other*. In thereo'jnt Gghf. between th» Bute .Siou't nnd Parca Indians near the Yank* ion Agency recently, 20 Sioux were '•Snl,! amused herself Tuesday evea h7 shooting'at Jack. The ball passed through his under-clothing just above the hip but he was not iujured. T!ift folio* who tried to get drunken bitters had more...

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. — 5 November 1873

A' VoL i, No. «7- •:icr="'ncr^:xrr 1 \tCrptni*nt Ktusyaytr, »f THE BISMARCK TRIEUJfE CO. IM nt fhre* ..Sl.i* Jt ruant! W 1 Sinjie oj e« It Seb'sr.ptieut pir. :*s at'.jr infcdraao*. ia»i.nioy i\»iM »*rir IceewM ayplleatfc* ftt ctfct rJuhr 0.12«a»K &i»d whoa c» tbe way bet week. •.}(,[•.. I)r.wiy :s tb« ikfle Heart •rWl a •.fctfrodgh i*st n.-'i's disposed to c! sotvul -aee »•, ffort Liccol s. The 0 iisith Daily TVi^'JW a vnl:l Mty 1st. .iV. t«T aaneible tsiovc, a. Ui adopting it llr. MmcI'cU acii ta tiie retrenchment plan whioh is r*w being adopted by all ntu -tU'lc tv.-.EiD«j.a M'.-r. 'S'wttws. £av?tr i5» Own, «f 4Jciaii, -*v-j er^Ki:.- v&rthouses tk« .pus e? r.ffti iVrhMB a*£ V?accTia, or. theN. P. V. There is an i» '.Lupr-s'" r. je* vk* H, P. this iSfcl- Zm 7'v'»«tarii*r«^ w*»foun-2 gf.jliy c: »»in is tii® C^jjtpc &ud cr*V.?i?csd ''cur jras.T« in ti«yws U0tii».:*. .0»e. ifcCock'9-a*mdc?«-r «»s» xdit-v: tornum rfL*^bt»r and WiUO. in vn# »ijz» #f tis*"J8tnd dcilfcrfi CtmU...

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. — 5 November 1873

mm ?W.i 'tf 'it? he*? (Ocath^'. 0 UjBiS '.•'b.v-^i-.v.r-sas «t: I .-fco at WnJf•* fJ 'JI s.:«c ruoiinea* I a w'!* «»»£*. b«ai»r»* Jit th«. cUI Htard. The »*ri wfto "Qui. to I'ort Liiu:o!n a»4c*A»e b*^k raaygry beir nrt^iid ,bt«bsoo is bsppy candidate trJtb ah" cert S ?*t3 i!" WoU'h J^arant bad b«ea o.» *b»^ side.-':«f tbe ,«3'»Tef. if. i.' ata.ii vrtii Ufs ihat batll^ o! rina our t.bK «hcn we were at'din »er ye^t#-d«y will whari thd'' 'Tin £inni oin r* in iift vt)i« ifiTUe hifi tu Wolf's R^taar»n, Poacteid eggs: and port»r btust r^i r. -. The caen who tried tu nt*iga(jr ttec aliagb netr Luuii Agafds! v'ith ^*#gon, ftaTcJ theins«i*es and hursoa. Tbe irag i# pj^iilsd r'or the winter yadtfr the ce. Ask Oapt. SlH*«n, ui«i Agwd, 4r Cbarley W' Carty fVr -jS, v. rwill wuk* tke ixip fawffJjjr «a ^fSWHUif. I imrij.£ £«fari to paiflcagcrsv ~UM«vx £.UMr *4 JikiN *c V. irk «js ,»r« frie Ji &>'!- chuTige lidds: ol'ody w'U Tie Ss. .Lov.i?. L-qu-r Sv»re PB. WWirJ 1* i'5'C ufiica i«Min3K cvu...

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. — 19 November 1873

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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. — 19 November 1873

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