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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 July 1878

Himarck, D. T., July 12,1878. JIAMOXM'. The regular eominaulcatlunsuf Bismarck I.o*t. Ho. ISO, & A. M., are heW their hall '•the ttrnt aud tlftnt inundnjauf each munlk at ill. m. Brother* iueood wndlna are cordially Tilevl. %l)l»X-UAVI»SON.\V.M. men. „«»i K. N. COEfir, See. The regalar meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 U. O. O. r.-«» hrld in Masonic ilaft) every Tuo dar. {ftMfttr* lavobd'Mandinc ure cordially in- *IL«|. J.J. JACKMAN, N.U. J. M. CARXAI1AS. 1«. 8CC. RKLlttlOCttttKR VI Xt the* I'resbvterian Church every Sabbath -Inornlngat It o'clock and every Sabbath even 1 ng ctimmruci ng at 7:3U o'clock. Sabbath School Immediate!* after morning service. I'ruyerinect ilnjj every Thmrsday evening. Rev. I. O. Sloan, factor. Arrlral ami IPeiHtrtur* ttfMaUn, On the North Pacific to and from the cant ar- Tire daily. vxcopt Monday, nt 7 a. m. Depart daily except Saturday nt 7 p. m. Leave for Forts ^plicQnoa, Berthold and Uu ford and the Tongue river port18 ewry Sunday, Wednesday and Frida...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1878

Itepnbllcan Territorial *onvention. A republican territorial convention 1* hereby eallud, and will be held ut the city of Yankton, in tills terrltorv, onTliurmliiy, thi-if-id d»y of August A. 1). 187S, at 14 o'clock m., for the par pose of nominating cnudidiite for delegate iu congresn, mid for.the trail rautlon of iucliconvention. Codington other busincM us may prdpurly come belore the The eevyra! orfji'ulxed eonuliei* will be entitled to representation in the convention, o« follow*: COCNTIKfi^ NO. or VOTE*. Arm ft llnrti-i.i.' lion Jloininv ]lrool:Ing.-i 2 Hurlelj i.'aeo Chan Mix lav 10 I CutMer 4 Jiavlson 1 Hu.,-1 1 l.rnnd Fork?* 4 i.riuit Mriihou 1 llun-liluriou l.ak* 3 Laurence iW Lincoln if McC'ook 1 Minuehatin It* Moody 3 l'eiiibinn 3 I'eiiiiiKtoo Ti lticlilHiid 3 htuti'mtin '. rjully 1 Triilll 3 Turner 5 Union 10 Ynnkton 10 All those who have heretofore acted, or now de nire to atlllinte. with the Kepubiican party of Dr. kota, are cordially invited to meet ill their ree peot...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1878

Foreign News. THT. PLENIPOTENTIARIES. LONDON, July 18.—Beaconiifield will visit the queen at Osborn, Saturday. He was not well enough to go to Windsor yesterday, but Salis­ bury went. BEACONSFIELD AT THE HOUSE OF IXJBDS. Lord Bcaconsfield on entering the old Palace yard on his way to the house of lords about 5 o'clock this afternoon, was heartily chcered by a great crowd which had assembled there to greet him. He experienced much difficulty in passing through the throng, though accompa­ nied by a squad of police. Public interest in the promised statement by Karl Beaconsfield attracted a large and distinguished assembly in the house of lords, including the princess of Wales and other members of the royal family. When Lord Beaconsfield entered there was considerable cheering. lie lMked well, and betrayed no especial feeling at his brilliant re­ ceptions. About five minutes Lord Salisbury entered, and then Lord Beaconsfield rose, amid loud cheering. He said that in laying upon the tabl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1878

®Ut HiMnarth Brilront Mir ARKPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BT THE BIHXAHCK TRIBUNE co, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. SDBKBirriox raicx: Weekly, One Tear $3 DO Six Months 1 GO Three Months 75 ADVERTI8ING BATESt Transient, 1 Inch, 1 time, $1 subsequent Inser­ tions 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate« Legal notices, 75 cents per folio for first inser­ tion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract rates—one Inch three months $5.00: 514 inches 3 months (10-00 5 inches $15.00 10 Inches $25 twenty inches $50. Professional cards, fonrltnes or leas, per annnm |JO: additional lines, $2.60. Local business notices at transient rates. Original Poetry tl.OO jte.r tine. BISMARCK BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS BANKIOF BISMARCK J. W. RATXOVD, Prest. \V. B. BEIX, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ cut allowed on time deposits. Collection* prompt ly attended to. LAWYERS. CJrOtfiLL CAhtiA^D—At'to'rnw'eys' at "U O 4th St. John A. Stoye...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 July 1878

g!)t Psittflwk intrant. Bismarck, D. T., July 26,1878. MAKOXK1Y itJ.I .inieat iou* of Bismarck Ixd 'e M.-an- in their hull on t'f month at 7 g'/od fan-li-ag are cordially iu .7011N 1A\ ll»SOS. W.M. is. N. COKEY. i. O. O. Tii,. roir'Jlar nu-etiu. «f Mandau l.odge No. 1' i). P.. nr«« hold in Masonic Hall ev«*ry Tue* IT Brother* in good -luudlag are cordially In L.0. BOSTV.'ICK. i:. sec. Presbvtrriau Church every babbath »ai 11 o'clock: and everv Sabbath even Miet:r.P! I ril :.".o o'clock. tfabbath School it-'v /titer inorn*ii!: service. Pravermect •v Vh»ir-d »y v^euitig. R« v. i. O.Sloan. ituti tuu! Ovpitrtuw of N"Nh Pacifl" to and from the east ur- r-'iu*.'- 'r!v"r' i.d Krid:iv. r.rr u. B'-rfhold and Bu ewry Sunday, sing •'very -Monday, ml Vr.iW Ki.-«: iiiul St'iridin^ Uook t-.'i I,iv. V.Viin -.-cl.lvaw! Friday: rctiirititiir. .'iri-i* Moml-tv. 'I'biiVfda-. nt-.d Saterdny.' iiv r-.r f.,:id'.voo'.l i'.nd other pr.inl" i« tl SJitl- MuMtlav". WodllOsciHy^ »n-lKridrfTn. iti-ii'-tvi-i-'I ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 August 1878

31 Repablfteaa Telrltvrlml Convention. A republican territorial convention is hereby called and will be held at the city of Yankton, in tilts -territory, ou Thursday, the 22d day of August, A.I.\4878,at42o'clockm., for the purposeuf nominating a candidate for delegate in congress* and forttie transaction of such other business as nay properly como before the convention. The aeverftl'trganixud counties will be entitled to rep resetttat-ion iu the convention as follows: COUNTIES. NO. or VOTES. Armstrong Bamo? Hon Homme Brookings Burleigh Cass Chas. Mix Clar Codington Custer Davison Duel Grand Forks Grant Hanson Hutchinson Lake Lawrence Liucolu HcCook Minnehaha Moody Pembina Pennigton Richland Stutsman Sully Traill Turner Union Yankton All those who have heretofore acted, or now desire to affiliate, with the Republican party of Dakota, are cordlallv invited to meet in their res­ pective counties and select delegates to represent them in this convention. The attention of Republicans Is ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 August 1878

MINNEAPOLIS EXPLOSION He Question Note Is, Bow Much of It Was Destroyed by Fire and Bow Much bif Explosion?—And the Insurance Men /teem to Think that Upon the Decision of It Depends the Settlement— White Mr. Washburn Bolds that It Makes So Dif­ ference, as the rate of the I'otleles Must he raid—And Be Absolutely and Posi­ tively Declines to Compromise. [Chicago Time*, July 23.] The readers of the Times will remember that it was predicted at the time of the great explosions among the flouring mills at Min­ neapolis that it would be a delicate question to determine as to the liability of the in­ surance companies for the damage done, in­ asmuch as it was admitted that most of the destruction was caused by the second ex­ plosion, which began in "Washburn mill and was followed in quick succession in that and other mills in the immediate vicinity. The coroner's inquest, which has been re­ ported in full, threw very little additional light on the question which harassed the minds of the o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 August 1878

She 5tsmorth Sribune. ARISPUUMCAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE BMHABCK TBIUVIE CO., Bismarck, Dakota Territory. SUBSCRIPTION riUCB: Weekly, One Year $2 SO Six Months 150 Three Months 75 ADVEKTISINCt MATES: Transient, 1 inch, 1 time, $1 subsequent inser­ tion!! 60 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal notices, 75 cents per folio for first inser­ tion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract rates—one inch three months $5.00. 2H inches 3 months $10.00 5 inches $15.00 10 iuchcs $25 twenty inches $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per annum $10: additional lines, $2.50. Local business notices at transient rates. Original JPoetry 91,OOper line* BANK OF BISMARCK. J. W. KATMOKD, Prest. \V. B. BELL, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on time deposits. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. LAWYERS. oXdvKLL "OAKLAND—Attornweys at La, O 4th St. John A. Stoyeil, Connly Attorney. Gio. P. FLASNIBT. J. K. W...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 2 August 1878

Bismarck, D. T., August 2,1878« HASOHK. The regular coin ntmi Icat Ions of BUmarck Lodge lw. ISO. a. & A. M., arc held in their hull on 11 :!rs rhirl iftonrii*'« of nch 'month at 7 to. m. Brothers in Good landing are cordially In­ vited. JOHN DAA fDSON, W.M. E. N. CORKT, Sec. I.O.O.F, The regular meeting of Matidan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. F.. are held In Manonie llall every Tucr tuv. Brother* in good standing are cordially in vifed. 810 lIAKAUKIt. N. (i. K. O. HOSTWICK. U. Sec. RELIttlOl'f* 8KKVICES. At the Prcubyterian Church every Sabbath morning at It o'clock and every Sabbath even­ ing commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Sabbath School immediately after mobiing fervir ia$ every l?nmrsday eveuiug. li J'dftor. •Arrival and Departure of JlnilH* 'On the Xorth Pacific to and from the eas*t ar­ rive tiiy, except Mouilny. at 7 a. m. Depart KJiilv exempt Saturdav at 7 p. m. Leave for Kurt* Stephenson, Bcrthotd and Bu firdandthe Tongue river noattf every Sunday. Wednesday and Friday, arriving ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 August 1878

Bcpabllean Territorial Convention. A republican territorial couveutiou i« hereby called aud wili be Ueid at tbe city of Vaukton, iu tiiis territory, 011 Thumday, the day of August, A. I).. 1878, ut 12 o'clock m., for tbe purpose of Huiuullng a candidate Tor delegate in cougress. •:jd for the trausactlou of such other btiHluesh aa tuny property come before the couvcutiou. Tbe •everai organized counties will be entitled to rep­ resentation in tbe convention an follows: COOKTIKR. HO. 0rV0T*f. Armstrong 1 Barn.?* bou Homme 0 Brookings 2 Burleigh Cass Ch&i*. Mc Clay 10 Coilngtou 1 Custer 4 Davison 1 Duel 1 Orand Forks 4 Grant I Hsuson 1 Hutchinson Lake 4 Lawrence 80 Lincoln 10 McCook 1 Minnehaha 10 Moody Pembina 3 Puunigton 5 ttichland Htutsinau 2 8ully 1 Trail I 3 Turner 5 Union 10 Yankton 10 All those who have heretofore acted. or now 4e*ire to umnnic. wuu ine Republican party vf Dakota, are cordially invited to meet in their res« pectivc counttes and select delegates to represent ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 August 1878

Crimes and Casualties. DBADXiT TBAOAB« HAiHTZZJUSf Ang. 4.—Another bloody trag edy «M enaoted on Deadriok street here. J. Cox, formerly hardware clerk and fast room, man, while drank, ran against Joseph a AUen, a lawyer, and strnck mm with his fiat. Allen remonstrated, when Cox drew from his pistol pooket a three-.nch bladed v-nlf« and ont AUen over the eye. Alien struck Oox a fearful blow In the left side with his cane and knocked the knife from his hand. Allen, aaving thev should ba friends, took Cox by thVarm and walked over to a barber shop, nroDosing to wash the bljod off Cox face. While making preparations to carry out that intention Cox obtained a razor, and saying, "Now, G—d d—n you, I have got yon, cut his throat, severing the jugular vein and two arteries. Allen then knocked Oox ore? barber's chair and got up on him, hiabloou sporting into Cox face. Finding bis strength rapidly leaving him, AUen ran across the street into a house, where he hap­ pened to find Dr. Glenn, who...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 August 1878

®lj 13 iomarcli frifame. ALTISRULILLCAS N EWSPAL'EIT, 1'UHLISIIEI) EVERY FIUDAY BY THE MS.UAKCK, TUIHINF, CO., Bismarck. Dakota Territory. aunacr.iiTioN ruicjs: Weeluy, One Year $2 50 41 ADVERTISIXO HATES: Transient, 1 inch. 1 time. $1 subsequent inser­ tions 50 cents: additional lines, noupareil, at earne rate. Oriffinai I'oetrjf $1.00 per tine. HAY «fc PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money I* to Commercial paper bought. 7dnu TIIOS VAN ETTEN—Attorney at Law and United States Commissioner. DJusticeSTEWART—Attorney AVIT) at Law and City 7Gtf A/I S/WJSS AXJt SUMtOEOSS. B. F. SIIAXJGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON, And U. S. Examining Surgeon. Ofllcc at Dunn's Drug Store. D00T0H H. U. POHftH. Office and Residence next to the Tribune Building. Wm. A. BENTLEY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, office, Ttibnno block, up stairs, next door west of *p^8t omc0 Calls left on tho elate in thk office promptly at­ tended to. 50 Dr. A. T. BIGELOW, "DENTIST. Office west end Main Street. Sheridan House, E. H. ELY...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 August 1878

Silt Dteiturolt tribune. Bismarck, D. T., August 7,1878. MASOXIC. The Tegular coinmunicntione of ITif niftrtk T.mlp N I JO. ,i. A. a. M.. am held in their hall mi the rtrnl anil third iiiniiili^M of cflrlj mnntli nt 7 J) in. IlrotherH in "ihmI lumlilli: are cordially iu- JOHN UAVIUaON, M. Vituil. K. X. COKEY. Sec I. O. O. F. The regular meiiliii'.? of Maudun Lodge No. 12 O. O. 1-'.. Jtri* hold in .'.laconic Jlull every Tut"? Ilrolhi-r* in giHid stamiliiic aro cordially in- :m 1 ii :ir HANAl'Llt, N. (. b. IIOSTWICK. K. Sec. ItKI.UaOl'N MERVICE8. the I'rcxbvtwinn Church every Snhbntli moriiin.' nt II o'clock and every Sabbath even in" coinnicncin^ it 7::i0 o'clock. Sabbath School lm"nei!l.itely nftcr morning scrvlce. Prayer meet­ ing cv.-r.v ThmwUv evening. Uev. 1. 0. bloan. factor. Arrirttl an* Departure of Mails, (in the North Pacific to and from tho cant ar diily. except Momliy. at 7 a. in. Depart exci-pt Saturday nt 7 p. in. ia'uv l.ir Fort* hti'phi'UHon. Berthold and Bu and tho T...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 August 1878

Notes and Xewi. Congressman Aclclen haw been re-nominated. New York Snn stock is worth a premlnm of $1 60 011 the dollar Returning He* Percc# killed many settlers in Idaho lat*t week. Over a million were subscribed on the 9th to the 4 per cent louu. The Illinois Central fhops at Dubuque, Iowa, wvre bnrned on the 9th. Bob Inuersoll liai* gone to Europe to hit down •n the hell of that country. Storey, of the Chicago Times, has returned to business in improved health. Geo. M. Wheeler, the La Jronse banker, con­ victed of fraud. Im.» been pardoned. Absence of .-pot* on the sun, the scientists say, cauee* the exceedingly hot weather. The case of Judge Dennett ban been again dis miised by thedeparunenlattoru-'idinvestigation. Twelve hundred tramps crossed the bridge, go In* west, at Hock Itiiaad, during the mouth of July. The damaged patent office building will be re­ paired at once. Another story for a model room will be erected. Miller and Oco. W Ventira were elected delegates to attend...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 August 1878

THE GIRL PREACHER. Mist Anna Olivrr in Itronhlyn—ller Edu­ cation and Plant. I New York Tribune.] Anns Oliver, called sometimes the girl preacher, spoke yesterday afternoon at Lef fert's park, Brooklyn, to an audience of sev­ eral hundred persons. The crowd over­ flowed the seats that had been provided, and the edge of the circle was fringed with a dense, restless throng. To protect the seats from tbe sun, a broad canvas canopy had been spread over them, and near the centre was a small platform, slightly raised, and on this a desk draped with the national flag. At the rear of the desk was a covered stand in which was a choir which led the singing, accompanied by a piano. Miss Oliver took as the theme of her dis­ course the subject of salvation. She began with a description of Union soldiers lan­ guishing in llebel prisons, and of the mes­ sage of salvation that the tidings of peace brought to them and to their country. The preacher then proceeded to describe various classes of priso...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 August 1878

Sbmarch tribune. AlUi'UliUCAN NJ2\VsPAl'EK, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY TUB BlS.UAItCK TUIIIUWR CO. Bismarck. Dakota Territory. fttrnscmmoN rmcs: Weekly Oue Year $2 SO Six Mouths 1 5Q 44 Thruc Months Legal notices, 75 cents per folio for Orst inser tlon and fifty ccuta per folio for each subscuucut Insertion. Tnos VAN ETTEN-Attorney at Law and United States Ooimnission^:. DJusticeSTEWART—Attorney AVII) at Law and City TGtf PMVSICIAXS A A It SVKHKOXS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And U. S. Examining* Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. OOCTGR H. R. PORTER. Office and Residence next to the Tribune Building:. Wm. A. BENTLEY, PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON, Office, Tribune block, np stairs, nest door west of Post Office. Dr. A. T. BIGELOW, DENTIST. Office west end Main Street. Sheridan House, E. H. BLT, Proprietor. The largest and best Hotel la Dakota Territory. CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, BISMARCK, J. T. MERCHANTS HOTEL, Cor. 3VEa,iriL a/nci 3d St., BISMARSK, D.T. L. N. GRI...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 August 1878

Sty* iiamardi ftrilmne. Bismarck, D.T. August 14,18.78. MASOXK'. Tv.* recaJarcouiiuuuiaatloiiHof Ittsmarcklodjfc •:.i. i-.-o, A. &.t. 3L, UM held 1K tlauir ha.l on tif lirnl usii third moudaysof each month at 7 m. ilrothers in good landing are cordially iii ITW'. JOHN OAVIUDONIW.IL. K. rokKY, Hit. LO.tt.ft'. Tv virulnr mpciluig of Mundan Lodge No. 12 J. u. O. t^arc held iu Masouic linil Ari'iviti itxi Wfparfwre mfMrnita. On the North Pacific to aud from the east ar »iv« M.tty, Moaday, at 7 a. in. Itepart pi .*• rittifd»:y :tl 7 p. IU. j.rsv i'«.r Korts ^tcphcuson, and lin­ er |NMBerthold .. m. ii 7&J p. m. On Sun n.. unit 4 to 7 p. m. t'ki A titer Mrport. •K. II. T.. Ang. 13. sij-iii 's ibr the latest style 40m:t r'or Sale. ,ro lots for stale near the Catholic Church •»,. !(W I'UEII- Gta P. FI.ANNF.HY. UStf "Edwin C. Burt's French Kid Button .Shoe at J. II. Masliall's. 4ini3. Sewini? machines, been used some, for Filteeu Ooilur.s at 0t4 FISHER'S. Buy the New Hn -keye Mower—t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 August 1878

I«t«i ak4 iewa. £«peror William recovers slowly. Dog days end on the 90th of August. Fergus Falls has a Mormon preacher* A good name for a female gossip—Llze. Marked change—a nickol with a hole is it. Bigamy is n6w termed Utahlizing the female •ex The old anti-rent feud seems to have broken ont afresh. May not a tuning fork be appropriately call­ ed a pitch fork? The dearest spot on earth to a fly is a nice, emooth bald head. An Ized'a Capital punishment—making the bad boys alt with the good girls. Ono of Potter's witnesses bas gone crazy since giving his testimony Hoedel, the attempted assassin of Emperor William* has been beheaded. Boston Corbett, who killed Wilkes Booth, has •etUed on a claim in Nevada. Ripe tomatoes will remove ink and other stains from white clothes. Don't forget it. The boys in the Hills have found time between •tampedes to organize a base ball clnb. The wandering band of twenty.five Nez Perces have been caught and twenty of them killed. Every dog must have bi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 August 1878

Xhe Great•Whwtt' Farm or Vakoto. j!Eronx correspondence of tho St. Pan! CKpbe we extract the following in re­ lation to the &teat wb eat farms of Dakota, biuig a report of the recent excursion fitom Gbitago, Milwaukee and St. Paul to Bismarck: After a good breakfast (at Fargo) our 1 train pulled out for Casselton, twenty miles away. Here a halt of three hours was made to inspect V. -'I THE GREAT FARMS owned by B. P. Cheney, of Boston, Geo. "Vf.. Cass, of Pittsburg, and Oliver Eal rymple, of St. Paul. The Cass and Cheney farms, though owned separately, are botli worked under the management of Mr. Dalrymple, who is part owner in each. These farms comprise 10,240 acres, tl ere being 4,000 acres of the Cass farm in crops, and 2,300 of the Cheney fann. In addition Mr. Dalrymple and his nephews own large tracts of land, so tbat'he has at this point (Casselton) some EIGHTEEN THOUSAND ACRES under h« supervision, 12,000 of which are under plow and 8,000 in crop the present season. Mr. Da...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 August 1878

JW. A REPUBLICAN NEVVSpipER^treuS: EVERY FRIDAY BY THE BISMARCK HaiBCJTE CO, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. SUBSCRIPTION ntxcs: Weekly, One Year $2 50 Six Months 150 Three Months 75 DAN ADVERTISING RATES: Transient, 1 inch, 1 time, $1 subsequent inser­ tions 50 cents: additions! lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal notices, 75 cents per folio for first inser­ tion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract rates—one inch three months $5.00, 2V4 Inches 3 months $10.00 5 inches $15.00 10 inches $25 twenty inches $50. Professional cards, fourUflai or lees, per auuua $10: additional lines, Local business noticcs-ifctraneicnt rates. OripUuU Poetry $1.QOpvr line. BISMARCK BOWBIRKTORY.i MERCHANTS BANKiOF BISMARCK WAITER MANN, Prust. W. Vice Pres. EO. U. FAmenIR,M,EHCIAM, LD Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, KewYork Mefrfffttate yatiooarBaxU^ 1 BANK OF BISMARCK. J. W. RAYMOMD, Prcst. W. B. BELL, Cnsh. A ecnernl hanking business trnnpactud. luter cat allowe...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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