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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 December 1878

But Shortly j^Iife ,"IS butsBoft why fehould we waste iii with cruel Fear is Tying, »*.«The8e few shoivgours that else were wed Why shoulder breath not stifle with a kiss While searching souls feel kindredrsouls re Plying, In death's embrace onrfevered lives are lying Let Passion's might, then Passion's end dely ]Qg lind full fruition in one hour like this Life is but short! Let those who love not point to1 love's abyss, Where Re won stands as Passion's Nemesis: They cannot stay the moments that are fly ing, They cannot fan to flame the embers dying. That glow with heavenly joys earth dare not miss, Life is but short! A Convent Scandal. Borne Correspondence Manchester Examiner.], A rather curious trial terminated last night at the correctional tribunal of Rome. The prosecutor was Prince Paolo Borgnese, who bad brought an action for libel against the editor and responsible agent of the Badical journal, La Capitate. It appears that for gome time past one of the doctors who assist the ...

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. — 2 December 1878

sajgaSiiaSSSSSBBSSmi a-tV* ?1 L^jaMBOiliLl •-. t-"! I I ffigks: BANKS. WALTER MANN, Preat. W. R, MERRUX, Vice Prca GEO. H. FAIBCIIILD, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank,'New York Merchants National Bank, Bt Paul. ho-iBAHK OEsBISHIRfiK. i. W. BATHOMO, Prest. W. B. BELT-, Cash. A general banking business transacted. Iuter jgt allowed on time deposit^.} Collectiona prompt- Oio. P. FLANNEKY. J. K. WETUKBBT (City Attorney,) TpLANNEIiY & wETHERBY—-Attorneys J? West Main Street." 1 *•. PRESTON GRAY ft WILLIAMS—(D* O. Preston, A. Williams.) ?jaln Street. AHSMT GUT. A. D. PRATT. FTPRATT—Connsenore at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bonght. 7dm6 DJusticeSTEWART-Attorney AVID at Law andClty TOtf JOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourtl? street. JOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney.. PHYSICIANS ilTII SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And IJ. S. Examining Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTGR H. R. PORTER. Office and R...

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. — 2 December 1878

,® ~i^A. ^1V, "i J» •m JK ItetMwft tribune. VI HUNTLEY I JEWELL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WKKLT, One Year, Six Months. -i Three Months $2 SO 1 SO 75 ADVERTING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time' $1 subsequent Insertions, 50cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for insertion and fifty cents per folio for each ^"T^wibseqnent insertion. •-"fd Contract Rates.—One Jnch. three months, $5 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, $lft 10 ^••hee, $25 20 inches. $S0. Professional cards, four lines or less, per ftn Jiam,-$10 additional lines. $2.50.. i Local business notices, 10 cents per line each •insertion. Original poetry. $1 per line. AH bills for Advertising will be collected monthly BISMARCK, MONDAT, DEC. 2, 1878. TAX payers will save money by coming speedily to the front. On and after Janu ary 1st, there will be added a penalty ten per cent. of SILVER mines located somewhere near the bad lands can be had for $800 gross A damaged stock on ...

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. — 2 December 1878

IStSSP" VI A. *.»» *U..- e~ W«&» .NEWS AND NOTES: Congres^ Grand jf •jnallpotv Ex. I "r.-* aH'1 -t 31 I# **f^S* |Qbles to^ay/ 5 vsnies the existence of the -er.midst. Gov. Curtis, of Pennsylvania, is going to contest the election in that State. .-• ,V A number of St'. Paul ladies fed the Newsboys and boot-blacks on Turkey Thursday. The Indians at the Rose Bud agency *re orderly and quiet, and learning to do their #wn freighting.' ', V:' Judge liennett has been "received" athis *ew home by the citizens of Yankton with appropriate solemnities. ', "Uneasy rests the head, etc." A social 1st threw a dynimite bomb at Andrassy last week. No damage. There is a strong probability that Wade Hampton will be the next United States Senator frpm South Carolina. Kiss Carrie I. Chanfrau, niece of Frank Chanl'rau, the actor, has married Mr. Chas. Oonover, a hardware merchant of New York City. Gov. Houston, of Alabama, has been al mest unanimously elected to the United States Senate in place of G...

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. — 2 December 1878

1 rK-'f nniffcHH! TOIL AND TROUBLE. ftr SS#" ATERITABLB WITCB WITCHES' tTAUZMtOK -riL ntkMafAn IN? TLK TL r^#' Bn*sfa Threatenins tk Interfere in Caseof ^•the Enulistt Conquest of Afghinistan—A. _fcpfo.wj»ti« Engatfement Between the Two Countries In Progress—The Official Cor­ respondence With the Ameer—Military Movements—Trouble in the Austrian Diet—Financial, Commercial and Trade Troubles in England—A Grist of Minor a OFFICIAL COBBMFOHDBHOB. LONDON, Nov. 28.—The official correspond ence in regard to Afghanistan from 1855 to the 1 present time is published. It covers 260 pages. TheAmeer'slettef in reply to /Lord Lytton's rtqnest for the reception of Sir Neville.Cham berlin's mission, complains that before the neruu rir Tn( ,a,„n A DI3GBACEFUL FAILURE. LONDON, Nov. 28.—An approximate state­ ment of the affairs of the firm of Smith, Flem­ ing & Co., of London, whose failure was an­ nounced Oct. 3d, shows, liabilities, $14,557,425 but only $8,132,975 of this is expected to rank aga...

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. — 2 December 1878

,v.W-r f' •. HIT' ?5r A STORYyOF TW^Igg^EARS AGO. Mr. B. was a gj^ ^^pant in Balti­ more. 6no mori?*W*p{»pr was passing over the vessels at the wharf, he stepped on the deck of one, at the stern of which he saw a negro, whose dejected countenance gave sure indication of dis­ tress. He accosted him, with: "Hey! my man, what is the matter?" The'negro lifted up his eyes and, look­ ing at Mr. B., replied: "Ah massa Ie in great trouble." "What about?" "Kase I'sefotched up here to be sold.' "What for? What have you been do-' ing? Have you been stealing? or did you runaway? or what?" "No, no massa, none o' dat. Its be kase I don't mind de audes." "What kind ot orders?" "Well, massa stranger, I will tell you. Massa Willum werry strict man,- and a werry nice man, too, and eberybody on the place got to mind him, and I brake frew de rule, but 1 didn't Col. C. replied that he did. What do you ask for him?" I expect to get $700." 1 How old do you reckon him to beS" "Somewhere about thirty." "Is ...

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. — 2 December 1878

r? %?V. W IM Sfte^wtnatcliSrilJune. MUM A HOK, MONDAY, DEC. 2, 1878. y, „v* MASOWIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 180, A. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondays of each month at 7 m. Brothers in good landing are cordially in- Wed. JOHN DAVIDSON, W.iL *K. N. COKEY, Sec. I.O.O.F. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in Tited. SIG HANAUEit, JS. JS. O. BOSTWICK, R. See. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Methodist services every Sunday at the Pres­ byterian Church at 10:3 a. m. aud at 7 p. m. 1 he Sunday school, there as usual immediately after morning service Prayer meeting at the church everv Wednesday evening ar. 7:50. Class and prayer meeting every Thursday evening, for the present at private houses. 1 Eev, Geo. W. Babnett, Pastor. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific tc and fro-n the east ar­ rive daily, except Mondi.y, at "am. Depart ...

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. — 9 December 1878

BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE MEWS GOBBLED JB ROM OVER THE GLOBE. ALL The Secretary of Hie Treasury Be ftases to Allow His Books to be In sl»eeted---3Iore Silver to l»e Issued —A British Bank Busted—Hog Scrapers on a Strike—Foreign XCWH and Notes. [Special Dispatch to The Tribune.'] KATIIEU SUSPICIOUS. ST. PATJL, MINN., Dec. 9.—Glover, liav, ing applied lo the secretary of the treasury tor permission to let his experts examine the books and papers the same as last year, Secretary Sherman declines, oil the ground that great delay lo public busin-ss is caused thereby. Glover considers the refusal as proof of the secretary's complici­ ty frauds. MORE SILVER. Judge BucKiier, chairman of the House committee on banking and currency, has prepared a bill directing the coinage of not less than seven million of silver dol­ lars per month until the market value of bullion is al par with the dollars and that holders of 100.l or multiples thereof in silver be entitled to rcceive that amount of gol...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1878

mm m- wi PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ^^^^^fciltCilllj^rereifil .to li® Last Session .of the 45th Congress. Dec. 2,1878 the records ffi? Y*MX)W CLTIZKKB OT THE SENATE AND HOUSB OF $ BEPBESENTATIVES: Our heartfelt gratitude is due to «ie divine being who holds in his hands the destinies of nations We are at for the continued bestowal, during the last year, of countless blessings upon our country. peace with an other nations. Oar public credit haTgreaUy improved and is perhaps now •trOTRCTtoiueverbefore. Abundant harvest*have rewarded the labors of those who till the soil. Our manufacturing industries are^reviving and it is be­ lieved that the general prosperity, which has been so long anxiously looked for, is at last within our rosch* THE YELLOW FKVEB. The enjoyment of health by our people generally haB. however, been interrupted during the past sea­ son by the prevalence of a fatal pestilence, the yellow fever, in some portions of the Southern States, cre­ ating an emergency which called fo...

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. — 9 December 1878

WMm & ft, i&M ir j. -'v -T* i» |p *1 i' Report of the Secretary ot the Nayy. WASHINGTON, NOV, 28.—The secretary of the "navy, in his annual report, says^There are now in commission twenty-eight cruising ships, one steamboat and five Railing vessels, all in condition for active service except the Gettys­ burg. There are six vessels, including one monitor, which can be made ready for sea in a few months. Besides, there are thirteen more needing expensive repairs but all can be put in thorough condition with present appro­ priations, and those asked for the next fiscal year. In case of necessity ninety-one vessels of all classes, including monitors, can be pnt in service. The secretary submitted the follow­ ing estimates, with the remark that the depart­ ment has not felt itBelf justified in going be­ yond the estimates of the last fiscal year: Pay of navy. .......$ 7,850,000 Pay of civil establishment in navy yards. 189,999 Ordnance and torpedo corps........ 273,000 Coal, hemp...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1878

fer .i, .9fce SfetttartH IrUmttc. -r'""'. -5 WT-:WEEKLY, C* THERE A. J. DR. THE .UXE'S 1 ,?• BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL ,iT\\ *u Thro. $• 50 r.) to!*- I IV 1 ITS: Trar.pic.it 5c' Si insertH'i*". 0 cuuibi atii.'inu^ul li_io:-. n!i.i...n il. at 8ni:ij iln Lo :u! »tiil v" t.v- pent? ncr lolio first insert r.-n IMI.1. iilr t-t ••.—One inch, three months. $5 2*4 thTV'- $10 5 iuches, $lft 10 inch-.-:--. ~0 ino'ins,- $50. 1'r ill-- 1 four lines or less, per an­ num, §j. ii'-iiinual lines, $3.50. LI -T: !I!-I::CSS notices, 10 cents per line each Jnpi'rti- .. Ori-- at poetry, $1 per line. All. l.i iln lor Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, DEC. 9, 1878. were fifteen homicides in the Hills during the past year and only one conviction for murder. CLARK C. W. MYEK STAGE •THE mule whackcr who runstlie.fames- town Alert takes exceptions to THEY JUDGE BENNETT'S THE THE TRIU- playful allusions to his capacity for blundering and frantically calls whoa! _He promises cheerful obedie...

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. — 9 December 1878

Letter £,i»t. List of letters remaining uncalled for In the Bismarck Poat Office. for the week ending. Mon­ day, Dcc."8th, 1878: Abraham A Anderson Geo Blaisdsll A Buckingham W A Coener Joseph Cnllen Thomas 2 Dennison Louis Dyer Mrs Wm Eliason Ole Etter Thomas Forbes Andrew Faust John FifleldRD Foster Thomas jr Uarrity Belle Oonld C. E. Manning Jamea liowe Jerry EvanaF W Hall Albert W Hoffman Oliver Johnson Wm Lane Leo 2 Logan A Luckey W McKay Mr Manley Emma McQurk Edward Matthews James McMillan Capt Meagher James Morris John :•.•••+-.. /,. Murray P/N McClain Hon Si Map es Daniel eal James Mapeii Oclea] Owen Owen Pope Chas Pendleton Joseph Parks Miles Pratt Wm Rogglad Chris 2 Ruvraoiid 12 Reed O W Kobineon Mrs Mary Shernagel Henry Scott Frank Spencer Ed Sullivan John Speurs Wm Thoeinke Henri Tye Otis 2 Taylor 4 Unurbou John Wise A Write XV 3 Hcury 2 You nj tJust Iteeeiveet. Few Chestnuts, New Shelibarbs. New Hickory Nuts, New Hazel Nuts, Mew Pop Corn, New Seedless Raisins, sWtf TIAI...

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. — 9 December 1878

wMm- Report of Secretary of the Treasury. From Secretary Sherman's annual report we extract the following as of special interest to the public at large. -.. The ordinary revenues, from all sources, for the fiscal year ending Jnne 30, 1878, were .....$130,170,680 20 KS Sterna?revenue. ... "0,^1,624 7* From sales of publio lands........... 1,079,743 37 Prom tax on circulation and deposits of national banks.. 6,86d,05J ve From repayment of interest by Pacific railway companies 1,366,90* 38 From coBtormi' fe68, fines, penalties, Total estimated expenditures, in- 3C From feels—consular, ietters-patent, and lands 2,056,515 13 From proceeds of sales of government nrhnArlv oo From premium on sales of coin 317,192 30 From profits on coinage, etc 1,690,7W ss From miscellaneons sources ^,d*i,iua ut Total ordinary receipts.. $257,763,878 70 The ordinary expenditures for the same FO? civil expenses $ For foreign intercourse 4?,on'280 28 For Indians W^SO 28 For pensions. 27,12 «,ui o» For the mil...

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. — 9 December 1878

BISMARCK BUSINESS DIRECTOR!. J.W. RATHOI AI est ly attended to. Ir BANKS. MERCHANTS BANKiOF BISMARCK WAMBBMAIIM. Prest. W. B, MXRBIAX, Vice Pros. GBO. H. FAIBCHIU^Cashler. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank. New York Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. BANK OF BISMARCK. V. ATHOVD Frest. W. B. BELL, Cash. genera] banking business transacted. Inter dlowed on time aeposlts. Collections prompt- Qxo. P. JTLAMMKBT. J. WBTHKKBX. ^lIn^BRy'&^VetHBRBYK- Attorneys. JD West Main Street. PRESTON GRAY ft WILLIAMS—D. O. Preston, B. A. Williams.) ?jaln Street. ANSMST GHAT. A. D. PRATT. & PRATT—Connsenors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bonght. 7omn DJustice AVID STEWART-Attorney at Law andCity ?6t? rOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. 1 Fourth Street. "OHN E. CARLAND, Attorney at Law, and County Attorney. JPHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, And IT. S. Examining' Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drag Store. DOGTGR H. R. PORTER. Office and Residen...

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. — 9 December 1878

WW »r BlSMAROK.«MOTDAY, B. N. COREY, Sec. DEC. 9,1878. MASONIC. The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge So. 120, A. Jfc A. 31., are lield in their hall on a the first and third mondays of each month at 7 B. m. Brothers in good landing are cordially in­ vited. JOHH DA ng an LVIDSON, W.'M. I.O.O.F. The regular meet T. O. O. F., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues dav. Brothers in good standing are cordially in vited. SIG HANAUEli, N. G. E. O. BOSTWICK, R. Sec. KELIttlOVS SERVICES. Methodist services every Snnday at the Pres­ byterian Cnurch at 10:3 a. in. and at 7 p. m. The Sunday school there as usual immediately after morning service Prayer meeting at the church overy VV eduesday evening at 7:30. Class and prayer meeting every Thursday evening, for the present at private houses. REV, GEO. W. BABNETT, Pastor. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and from the east ar­ rive daily, except Sunday, at m. Depart dailv except Sunday at 7 a. n:. Li:ave for Forts Steph...

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. — 16 December 1878

0" ii tTtr1"' VOL VI. f,r A ,-i'"tiI BY TEIEGMPH TO THE TRIBUNE EEWS-'KOIi1t3.En OVER THE WORTB. The Hons© Passes a Bill Appropria­ ting iM^iO^UO for the Indian Ie Vpnrtment--A Chapter of Casualt-ie* ••Thurman Won't Have the Goy«r noi-H?tip of Ohio—Lynching the WroJiR Pui'tie^. {Special Dispatch to The Tribune.) BILLS PASSED THE HOUSE. ST. PAUL', Minn. I)6c. 10.—Dispatches received here this morning state that the House passed a bill Saturday, duplicating bonds stolen from the Manhattan bank. The House committee recommended the appropriation of $450,000 for the fast mail and $4,710,000 for the Indian Department. BLAINE'S BLANNT. It is expected that Blaine will call up liis resolution again to-day. He wants an investigation at once. ,,. SOLID FOR BANGS. The entire Illinois. delegation hare united IU a letter to the President in favor of Judge Bangs, of Chicago, and he prob­ ably wtll letain his office. HE WON'T 1IAYE IT. Senator Tliurman declines to run for governor of Ohio because h...

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. — 16 December 1878

m: A* l"' '$k: Make Childhood Sweet. •pjp Wait not till the little hands are at rest Ere you fill them full of flowers Wait not for the crowning tuberose To make sweet the last sad hours But while in the "usy hosehold bind 4 Your darlings still need your guiding hand, Oh, fill-their lives with sweetness. Wait not till the little hearts are still, For the loving look and phrase s' But whiirybu gently chide a fdult^T^TTT. The good deed kindly praise. The word you would speak beside the bier Falls sweeter far on the living ear Oh, fill young lives with sweetness,!. Ah! -what are kisses on clay-cold lips-Vfw „l To the rosy mouth we press, llfjlji When our wee one flies to her mothers arms For love's tenderest caress? Let never a worldly bauble keep Tour heart from the joy eacbday should reap, Circling young lives with sweetness. .Give thanks each morn, for. the sturdy boys, -Give thanks for the fairy girls With a dower of wealth like this at home, Would you rifle the earth for pearls? w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

44: CUKRENT TOPICS., ^john McCullough was at one time play lag Virginius in Syracuse, N. Y. In the drama occurs the line, "There is no pub­ lic rirtue left in Syracuse." Scarcely had the tragedian sounded the wordsi when man in the parquette sprang to his feet exclaiming "No, by jingo, nor dn tJtiky either." As an indication of. the rapidity with which Christianity is making its way in Japan, it is stated that one of the leading Jackson, printing officcs in Takio has begun the publication of a paper in the interests of the Christian religion as a matter of en­ terprise. It is solely a native undertaking, none of the missionaries haymg anything to do with it. —i—-.. of the The criminal classes in some Western States are imitating the Mollie Maguires by "putting out of the way" the men who are most active Philadelphia, since January, over •0,000 Bibles have been sent to Australia and the Antipodes. At the Paris Ex­ hibition the number given away largely exceeds a million. Mrs. Hayes r...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1878

mm ®l)e isismarcH uittiiunc. ^fj*?i^vF \V"z& BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: EEKLT, One Year,. §2 50 J' .Six Moil the. „1 50 ii, Three Months -'5* 75 1 1 A I E I I S I N A E S Transient.—Oiiei'ifch,onetimu'SI: snbseqncrii Insertions. 50conts:' additional lines, nonpareil, at same rule. Legal Noticcs.—Seventy-five feuts i»er folio fur first insertion and fifty cunis per (olio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three month!?. $5: 2Y% inches, thrtie months. §10 5 inches, §1.* it* fnchcH. gij 30 inches. S'^J- Professionirl curds, fonr lines or lees, per an num. §10 additional Hue*. $2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Ori^ii.nl poetry, $1 per line. All bills for •Advertising will, be collected monthly. BISMARCK. MONDAY, DEC. 16, 1878. THE RISMANCX TRIBUNE has a Jenkins tb'at terd to bisitt.—Uarcu-a' Ilfi.ptu!ica'i. While the Republican• lias an editoi is like a ,baserdruui—easy to, beat. JU' I. IT: *'r J, THE leaders of T...

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. — 16 December 1878

rfNEWS NOTES, /,*u ,iwj•-y- Whyife a printer a good bird dog? Be .1 cause he is'a "setter." .'Another open winter is^fearqd by the ateamboai men of-Dulutli. j-^v No grave or safe robbing to record during the week. What is the country coming to CLThe contest for the se'natorship .ofIll­ inois is nanowed down to John JL Loeaii and Dick Oglesby. Sioux Falls hasthree papers,'and yet there is a faction who want a fourth—a Polite Gazette, perhaps.^- Murphy, tharred ribbon ite, has received 10,00^ signatures- to 'his total abstinence pledge, in New York city. Yankton is to have a special election to vote the necessary means to obtain a steam fire engine aud other lire, apparatus. The Chicago Daily Telegraph, for one c«nt, has changed from a morning to an afternoon paper, a rival of the.jiVtftfa. Tl»e Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad worked night and day last week ?i«n the new short line from St. Paul to Minneapolis. ^T. The American House will |:iv^5 a gi*ancl ballHUhristmiis Eve...

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