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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1879

WRECK OF THE MCLEOD. MAIMED BY TME BUTTE, SHE SEEKS A WATERY GRAFJS. A W Wliid CuriM tk* Butt* Ot the Way* Into the RlTep—She Strikes the Macleod Sinks Her. .^1 WRECK QF THE MACLEOD. J. Last Tuesday night tke wind blew a huriicane, and a cold one at that. "At Ihe river eveiything was being placed in po •tition for the winter. The men at work raising the boats, on the ways were rush­ ing the business and had hauled the Eclipse and Batchelor high and diy. The JJutte was also nearly in its place when Ihe men quit work for the night and the Macleod was just being raised on the jtkids. About -8 o'clock the wind changed and the Butte, which was to all appear­ ances propped up solid, rocked back and forth, and finally, like a snowslide. glided rapidly down the ways, STRIKING THE MACLEOD, ape knocking her oft into the river. Her aide being broken in she filled with water in less than half an hour and sunk in seven feet of water. The ice is running thick and it may beimpossible to raise her ...

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. — 21 November 1879

HHIWMT, FACTS WIIXODNR. Sow afrax-KABioir. L&ot tw»-andrtw«niarr i, my days glide smoothly by iainbni Will Wot lorlinr, with a vengeance, and no joking, When one* aeeret leaks oat it la provoking. Kow a maid I love, ah! adamsel lair, With cheeks like arose and eye like a star! In wooing I took particular care, And goon I beheld my conquest afar.. But the lassie I won this could not bear* (For Grace la so modest in fact, we both an), SDiatof our wedding one word should we breaths Tin the day a garland was her head to Wreathe. •aid Grade, I,wish to sunrise &or, the Misses Andrus ana Grays. Suni B«dde ide, how could I meet curious eyes! 'Thefair bride elect I' everyone says, •Who wedded win bi when^surnrner-time dies And fades gently info cool autumn days 1* know I should Uttib wad feel rather queer say sot a word, love promise me, dear." Of course I promised—how could I refuse, When those blue' eyes TOeamestly pleaded? Moreover, I think that no one'would choose To have the fac...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1879

G6SSD? FOB THE LAMES,, Tni—r-H^nia^. To wra» up b« body She grew like a target he .1 A UD, little fellow had Hucba £a ^.'f, Vfeivftb. tot wife-God blew her! *a^ looked like a dram, and he looked like a flfa, Amd it took all bia money to dress her, xr1 God blew bar! 4 .. ':.t .. TodreMher! *wl 8k •'£:.- GodbleM.Berl, .. Todrestiher! ,\*f .•'••,' .' -T,.- .. *f fft^ 'Hit y. l~£ and warm up ber toea, A y»t too, fat toea—God keep her! Tor bonnets and bows and sill en clothea, To eat ber, and drink her. and Bleep her, Godkeepher! ilV To drink her! m-jor-i*.'j And keep her! And sleep her! greyr liktf a airord, A sword, a sword—God spare her!' -She took all the bed and she took all the board! And it took a whole sofa to bear her, God spare her! Tobearhpr! God spare her! To bear her I '°CI i-i 8he spread like a turtle he shrank like a pike,' A pike, a pike—God save him! And nobody ever beheld the like, For they had to wear glasses to shave him, Oodsave him! To shave him! God save him I To s...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1879

UTTLE 0NE8 FOB TOUT. ""GATHERED OW THE WltF AND CHVCMUBBM ROM IsVCMitr :ilMiaimlhiT and Gas '3WW4 IJgkt, «r tka Wedd/ Bwdi Hait *y •liinldtin ''TritaM" Episcopal church benefit tonight. .' Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 93 Main street. OkatrMe Galloway wants an open winter. 'He ought to have it. Joe Dietrich is now running a line «f busses to the Point. The carpenters all report plenty of building contracts for next spring. City full of soldiers this week, who, in turn are of the same com plexion. Pay day last week. A grand ball was given at Standing Rock in honor of Lieut. Rogers and his new wife. .. The survey of the Northwestern is al­ ready extended to Maple river, 156 miles from Bismarck. The Benton Record says that rich strikes are continually being found in the Judith Basin. The Western House has a new sign. •The building also has been repainted. It is a-good house. \V7i\ Steele will have a steam road 'wagon nest season*to haul 30,000 bushe Is of wheat to the masfcet. Tommy D...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1879

II I rwr y4-vm?y T' tr rT- UTTLE ONES FOR A **GATBtBRBD OW THE AND CHVCBBB^N BOM LUCK* ^Wbrnkxeihij Smsaad OM Li|kt, or thm Wookly Brndi Madt kj -IMquisitiwo "Tribuw" lUiygUw. EpucOpal church benefit to-night. Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main street. G'kartte Galloway wants an open winter. 'He ought to have it. Joe Dictrich is now running a line of =busses to the Point. The carpenters all report plenty of building contracts for next spring. City full of soldiers this week, who, in turn are of the same complexion. Pay day last week. A grand ball was given at Standing Rock in honor of Lieut. Rogers and his new wife. The-survey of the Northwestern is al­ ready extended to Maple river, 156 miles from Bismarck. The Benton Record Hays that rich strikes are continually being -found in the Judith Basin. The Western House tias a new sign. •The building 'also has been repainted. It a-good house. W. fc. Steele will have a steam road 'wagon next season*to haul 30,000 bushe Is of wheat to ...

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. — 28 November 1879

-af 1 'S i'-i: $K& ^fP^ "v *r*v '5* ivi MIFS1JT0 NOTES. Sqtraws of bi« chiefs oft remind us. We should pick onr squaws wilb« Bo w« in not leave behind as Half onr natural crop of hair. CABL SCHCRZ. Casselton, Dakota, has erected $33,000 worth of Iraildin^s thi» year. The new addition to the Fargo Headquarters Hotel is about completed. Congress next week. Look out for a stampede :from the court of the caucus king. Joseph Croukite was killed by an explosion l*st week in the Deadwood mine. Qen. Brady, 2d Asst. P. M. General, made $503, 400 recently in telephone stock. The Pioneer says the First National Bank. Deadw ood, has taken possession of its new build­ ing. E. C. \Vh:ilen, late of the Dell Rapids Expo n4ht, bus recovered from his overdose of chloro­ form. The Homesiake, a famous Black llilis mine, haB paid $330,000 dividends during the past three .years. The Hastings & Dakota railroad has been fin­ ished to Big titone Lake on the eastern boundury •of Dakota. A. W. Merrick...

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. — 28 November 1879

*Ki. THB^QORN-FI ELDS Vast corn-fields, brurht. How grand the si^ht, M? Of rain, and dew. and sunshine born! vi, In stately inien. In emerald greeh The lands they beautify, tfdorir. The farmer's-toil let no one deem in vain. «v Whose beading sweat •transmutes to golden gain, Whose sinewy arm tlie nation's strong-defense Whom Nature pays in golden recompense. Through all the boundaries of the people's Earth, Sincc Heaven's irreat fiat gave Creation birth. The curee a-blessing ever hath^ been found To him who plows and cultivates the ground. The explorer plants his footsteps on the sea The scholar strives for immortality The Patriot statesman, seek by deeds sublime To stamp rememberancc on the scroll of Time The miner delves in cavernS deep and dark, No labOr shuns to catch the diamond's spark But what on earth e'er yet was so supreme As he who tills it with his faithful team Who annual turns the ever-verdant sod, And ever grateful does the -will of God— Bids Usseling corn-fields like...

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. — 28 November 1879

Brother Gardner on Family Goyernment. "Bos' night, jist as de ole woman was gno^in' tip de batcher-lcuife to cut her oarnf, dar com aknock on de doah," bc^aii the President of the Limekiln Clnbi&s Paradise Hall grew quiet. "It war$|e ole man Mosher, an I could see —-*-^away dat he didn't feel in whoop 3erit8. I reckon yon all knows man, an' yon knows he am hard workpi' an* honest. "\Vell, he was ober dar to see about his son Hunyadus. Dat Hunyadus am a powerful bad boy an' I Itnows it, an'de ole man he sot down an' tole me dat de day had arrove when he could no longer control de boy. Yes, he sot dar on de aige1of de. wood-box an* cried like a chile 'cause dat Hunyadus had cum home an'cussed aroan', an' axed fur money, an' declar*d he'd bust de hull family or hev it. I axed him how ole de boy war, an' he wiped his nose an' said 16. I axed him how much de boy weighed, an' he looked up at de ceilin' an' said about 120. Den 1 pushed de tea-kettle furder back on de stove an' I went f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1879

Brotber Gardner on FamQrGovenimeiit. "lias* night, jist asdeole woman was grixuiin' up de batcher-knife to cat her corns, dar com a knock on de doah," began the President of the IiiwiririiVi. Clubas Paradise Hall grew quiet. "It war de ole man Mosher, an I could see right away dat he didn't feel in whoop in'spperite. I reckon- yon'-all knows de die man, an' yon knows he am hard workin' an' honest. "Well, he was ober dar to see about his son Hunyadus. Dat Hunyadus am a powerful bad boy an' I knows it, an' de ole man he sot down an' tole me dat de day had arrove when he could no longer control de boy. Yes, he sot dar on de aige of de. wood-box an' cried like a chile 'cause dat Hunyadus had cam home an'cussed aroan', an' axed fur money, an' declar'd he'd bust de hull family or hev it. I axed him how ole de boy war, an' he wiped his-nose an' said 16. I axed him how much de boy weighed, an' he looked up at de ceilin' an' said aboat 120. Den I pushed de tea-kettle furder back on de stove ...

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. — 28 November 1879

$i)C ifcttyittlt Sributte. C. A, LOUNSBERRY, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: AVEWKLT, One Year, |JM Six Month*, 1 GO Three Months 75 ADVERTISING KATES: Transient.—Ten cents jaer line of nonpareil psch insertion Displajr^One inch, one time, $1 subsequent-insertions, 10 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per tolio for Urst insertion and fifty cents per (olio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 2^4 inches, three months, $10 Inches, $1& 10 Inches, $25 20 inches, $50.. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an nam, $10 additional lines, $2.b0. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line, A All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. «A5OWIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge N'o. 130, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the fire-t and third -mondays of each month at 7 p. m. Brothers in good -landing are co...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1879

X$ "Ijw11 1 4-1 i-.u THE THANK86IVIN6 TABLE MW VRUMBS GATHE&D AFTER THE 9MABT BY THE UTRIBUNE." IW 7^ ip^fg®' Aittd Fwllvt Fowl, Foslf Fleeoei f^«! y.—m^ FelioltoM rwlliHiii Cold, clear and half an inch of enow! Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main Street Joe Hare's English pi rim pudding was immense. Whitney has new talent and. is giving joBt as good shows as ever. Reed's Gilt Ed^e Tonic has become quite a popular beverage. The tariff on the government telegraph lines will be reduced soon. A steam pump and a dozen hand pumps are at the. JAacleod. Dunn & Co. have received a very fine assortment or Diaries lor 1880. The transfer at the Point is still run­ ning, the channel being clear. The Vincent Combination benefit net­ ted the Episcopal Society ^130 8timpson's new branch store in Man dan is one of the finest in the village. The Sisters new school building is being inclosed, it will be a fine building The amateur Pinafore troupe are re­ hearsing preparatory to a public en...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1879

1 IN NIAGTABA CANYON. An Exciting Adventure which Befel Three Schoolboys—A Good Place for Timid People To Avoid. The canyon of the Niagara river is al­ most as terrific a sight-as the falls tbem-. selves, arnTthe thrlSygeritlemenwho re­ cently iindertook to sound the depth, of the water below the falls, found the task "Of clirafoD^tii^^the steep walls of the canyon difficult and dangerous. The printed account ot their adventure has called forth the following letter Irom a New York Weening Pout correspondent: The lettef "to tihte' Syracuse Standard concerning, the^ caayon of the Niagara calls to niiiid an incident that happened near the same,,place three yeare ago, when I was teacher at De Veaux Col­ lege. The i^tmbers of the engineering party, spoken of in the Standard could not have been familiar with the canyon, or they would have found a way of as centisooner. About a mile, by the road, bfilpw De. Yeaux Collge, in a wild, roman­ tic gorge, isk rather deep' cave known as the Devil...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1879

•J THE NEW GIRL. •vNow, Charley, you'll be sure to re- member?" }0£XS'% iv-^*To remember—what? said Mr. Mer :l ed\th, with a hopeless 6spression of in ,'•0 sanity on his countenance. Kitty Mere dith dropped both hands dis^airingly at 4fCharles, 1 you don't mean that you have forgotten it already?" "My dear," said Mr. Meredith, fum blingdn the deeps of his overcoat pockets for a missing glove, "I may not liave"for­ gotten, but—I don't Mem..exactly to re-, member." "The oysters?" suggested his wife. -Ob, yes, the oysters," said Mr. Mere­ dith. ''And two ounces of double zepher scar­ let wool." 'r!% "Exactly." 1 And the depot hack to be waiting at two o'clock tor your cousin .from Chica­ go." Mr. Meredith slapped one hand on the table." "Sheis coming to-day, I, declare to goodness IV he ejaculated. "And a dozen Havana oranges for des­ sert, and 'two pounds of white grapes, and some of those dellgpous little Naples biscuit and mhccaroons, from Saltidelli's —oh, and let them send me up a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1879

is Sh *1 $ '•r*k sc'^v K. |1 ^S-^tf 'i vW. Oiblct. :i-v 4S\ *3 V-V V! rljfCi?*' &&&ht FOR WHICH THEY SHOULD BE TRULY THftNKFUL s*?g»!tai|ira« SF-. "WliSit tlid IPeojDle of tills Oity Had to XBat Yesterday at tlie Slier idaxi ajid l^eroliazits. MERCHANTS HOTEL. L. N. GRIFFIN, Proprietor. MENU. Bismarck, D. T., Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, 1879. SOUP. Purie of Tomatoes. FISH. Baked Trout, Oyster Sauce. White Fish with Butter Sauce. '?••.«'.• V''•• BOILED. -'V Leg of Mutton, Caper sauce. Boiled Muiton, Mint Sauce. Chicken with Egg Sauce. Corn Beef and Cabbage, Ham. Tongue. Codfish with Drawn Butter Sauce. Heart. Fish with Pickled Sauce.. COLO. Tongue. Heart. Ham. Corn Beef. Roast Beef. Roast Pork. Mutton. Veal. Chicken. Turkey. Goose. Duck. Lobster Salad. Potato Salad. Chicken Salad. Hogs Head Cheese, Aspect Jelly. Macadoni a of Vegetables. ROAST. -Beef. Ribs of Beef. Pork with Apple Sauce. Mutton. Veal. Venison with Cranberry Sauce. Pig with Oyster Dressing. Goosq. Turkey with F...

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. — 5 December 1879

'*c sO i$SJ^ vy *•*&& jsxr"^ n»i VOL. '^VV.' If 1 vti:-*V' ON THE EXTENSION. TMAINH MtUA'KIXO 69 MILES WEST OF SHE MISSOURI. Gen. T. Li. Rosser Resigras his Position -on the Norbhern'Pacific to Accept v'41-^ the Management of the Cana­ dian Pacific. .,• I .1 i. .. LACK OF SUPPLIES. 0 Owing to a lack of supplies worli on the extcnsHMi is tempoiarily at a stand­ still. Tlnis far there lias been little snow* on the line and cold weather has not ma­ terially effected the progress of' the line. Daily trains west from Mandan with Hugh McKennanas conductor, have been Tun until the transfer slopped running, •and will commence again as so:r,\ as the ice brid.ire is completed, which will be iabout len days, and in less than a month /the track will be laid for the first 100 miles, il now being out about sevehty. The trains run out twenty miles beyond ^'Baby Mine." There are three stations •on the extension and two water tanks. Quite a good-sized village has already .sprung up at the Co...

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. — 5 December 1879

AHNDAL MESSAGE mr u\T*V'^"k -v /•.•I*'**.-*F}f7-,r'2* :.•*: :u of T—T V-? ,v jf *4 V- 1 .,s --V,' PRESIDENT R: B. ^HAYES, 3* V- DELIVERED TO CONGRESS DE CEMBER 1st, J879. Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House of •Hepretentatives: The members of tbeFerty lixth Congress have assembled in the first reg­ ular session, under circumstances calling for mutual congratulation and grateful acknowl­ edgment to the giver of all good, for the large and universal measure of national prosperity which we now enjoy. The most interesting events which have occurred in our public af­ fairs since last annual message to Congress are connected with the financial operations of the government directly affecting the "business interests of the country. THE RESUMPTION ACT. I congratulate Congress on the successful ex­ ecution of the resumption act at the time fixed and in the manner contemplated, by law. The notes of the United States began to be re­ deemed in coin since the lBt of January last, and they hav...

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. — 5 December 1879

Om LITTLE FOLKS. *, .$k PukeXeopold's Stone. SierV*?8 once a great Babe Leopold, 'V AM wit and wisdom, as well as gold, Wii three in a liberal way X'fri .Irortlie good of .his people, the storiep say. at? Precisely' what they would do, I?, Ana how nearly a notion of his came trite, "He went from his palace one night alone— brooding storm and starless skies"-,. .. .Hidhisgecretfrom prying eyes— ^Andset ibidway in the road a stone. •lit was not too big for a man to move— The Dnke.was confident on that score Yet the weight of the thing was enough to prove •v The strength of one's muscle—and something mora. "Something more,1' laughed the Duke, as he strode Through wind and rain on his homeward road 'This time to-morrow I reckon will show If a notion of mine is correct or no." ^nom a window high in the palace wall, Uo watched next day for the passers-by, And grimly smiled as they one and all, .Where they fouhd the stone, left the stone to lie .A. lumbering ex-cart came along. And Hans, t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 December 1879

sSs "r* If I F? lis.' HiMtattb Srilnme. C. A. LOUNSBERRY, Publisher.^ .' „, 3f vA*4 JSSU Kirn VTEKIY, Otoe4Year, Six Months, i, rv r" Three Month SUBSCRIPTION BATES: "P&zir""-t W EEKLY Otoe* Year, -'. $2 50 *P., I so Months Vvi-iv 75 'ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—Ten cents per line o( nonpareil each insertion. Display, One inch, one time, $1 subsequent Insertions, 50 cents: additional Jines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-live cents per tolio for first Insertion and fifty cents per folio for each snhsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5: 24 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $15 10 inches* $23 20 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines .or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original pqetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 3IASOX1C. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 120, A. & A. M., are held ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 December 1879

i* \i :mm •'••Si "OH, 4k :i Ar THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW AS SASTfi BY THE TRIBUNE" UEVOKTOltlAI, QUAHTETTE. Broken Stanzas *W ithout Number. Which Cant be Pat to Pinafore Music or Phoaograplied for XVature Generations "Dunn & Co., Druggists, No. 92 Main Street Helen Mar White at fcliampion Hall next Tuesday evening. One hundred aad twenty guests at the Western House,.Monday. A number of Bisinar^kers will attend the Fargo bail next Monday. E. Menkus is closing out a fine stock of goods cheap, as ihey are goingto the ilills. Dunn Co. have received a very choice assortment of Granaai's harness soap aud toilets. The Times says Fargo agitates a system of water works. The Hail-y system is talked of. The Collision line boats are the oniy ones wintering at Vaaiitoj tuis ye.tr. i'njre •are stveu of thein. Frank Moore, post trader at the new post on the Laiie Missouri, was in the city la»t week.' He has a good tiling. Dr. "H.," ot Fort Stevenson, enjoyed a huge tu{-key-dinner Thanksgiving. He sh...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 December 1879

I* VFg'i' Continued from seventlipagc? the committee having .. reported," the questions have been yv decided in the negative by a vote in. the House of RepresentativeR. For the reason here stated and in view, of the faet of fnrther uncertainty on this point, will be calculated, to obstruct other much needed legislation, to weaken the discipline of the service and to unsettle salu­ tary measures now in progress for the govern­ ment and improvement of the Indians,I respect­ fully recommend that the decision arrived- at by Congress at its last.eession be permitted, to stand. TOIBEB THESIS. The efforts made by the department of the interior to arrest the depredations on the tim­ ber'lands of the United States have been con tinned and have met with considerable success. A large number of cases of ttespasa have been prosecuted in the courts of the United States. Others have been settled, the trespassers offer­ ing to make payment to the. government for the value of timber taken by thenf. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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