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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 January 1876

TUB MILLIONAIRE OF WUOOW UM Alexandria T. Hilcfiell, of MU waukee, is said to be the wealth­ iest man in the northwest, worth about #10,000,000. He isthe in dividual owner of the Western Union railroad, which runs from Kacine, on Lake Michigan, to Rock Island, on the Mississippi, 197 miles, and the controlling spirit in the Milwaukee and bt. Paul railroad. lie is a Scotchman, who married a sister of Harrison Reed, ex-governor of Florida. He came to Milwaukee when it was a mud­ dy village on the bluffs of Lake Michigan as the agent of a Chica­ go banker, and took large con­ tracts in the railways which reach­ ed the territory of Wisconsin about 1849-50. He established a bank of issue on the basis ot a Marine and Fire Insurance com­ pany, and almost monopolized the currency of Wisconsin and the northwest, until the formation of the national banks. Living in a handsome villa on the ^higher grounds of Milwaukee, half a mile back from the river which divides the city, he spends his leisu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 January 1876

I $ iS «aUtf*tW5w.8 *&k*2£li: «*& 'Li' lilOOA '**'J's«i'• W^tTnJid 1 jjC^u, weri*" in' the *riCy »«f d*y. Hj'flfitW thi* lioc wtather s!*»d^ the *»M iJtlOMftis. -».:f «'T rrT 11'ti?!!"* &<*. 1 It Wris t'u* (.». 'Hui'lef, «4 Ni*vy 0'' lent S rraf't. U»:»f »»'*t Mtoth Keriuus a* CUK'iil on ilse Kcii li ver, *i««teaci oi thr^ ,£ U. huriw, ft '•*'1,,l4» (llc That PENNSYLVANIA Ryo Whisky, at the St L»uis Liquor St«»re steins to be the favonte bland. is served at th* bar in the Sample Rootn and Billiaid Hall. •, \t( Gadbois, who suicided at Fargo, was a verv exemplary ouitjj man and was sending $40 a month of his wages to his parents. In an evil hour'be yielded to temptation, and though not addieted to Strong drink, drank, and one more wa?. addfd to the hstol the demon Vvictims Two suicides and several n»urders have dccurred in tliis city occasioned also by the same cause. Lemouii Lemons by the tl izeii or bo* St. Luuia Liquor Su»re. Pennsylvania Ry« *"d Nelson Co. Bourdon ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 January 1876

,«*r Watches, Jewelry, I 86 —rh WHV hcfi?° ,,'B-11 »','l ij, j. ,U k^St-if -.•j-friiTTT BAKERIES^ cHTTjARRttv ^mlnVcTHi'Kn^n'k th^^?BTr"p»^'^|r-Her for cakes fancy pastry notW interim: satintnction witJi reasonable cb»rjre*. J^n fel.t bread ten cents a loat or four loaves for five cents, TICK'S Flower and Vegetable Seeds are the best the world |»roluc They a r? a% a millif p» ople ill America. ai»d the J" Flower and Vegetable Garden is the most beautiful a»rk of the ki. i» .he world I on a in a & of a trati«n*. hii.1 CU. leuviiiK St Paul as follows: Clicag» Exprexs a. m. (Daily except c-unday.) Arrive JEWFLBY, WJKTCHE*,+C. SK ,,l*,,,f^ Ml dutiful Fl-wr* m.1 sptendi 1 *l,,,s"* Prlcr•'« «t«l»i.U" sent flee «o all who cnclos. postage—a 54 ceiit tt»iup. Jonr CkromolUiten °fJlow^8- benutilHllv lr«wn ai.dclored irom nature. iu iaptr covers C» cents bound in elegant cloth. Vick's Floral Guide This is a beautiful Qmrterly Journal, finely Hlna Lat.d, a.d cofiHli.t* MES VlCK, Chicago, New...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 January 1876

IX T., Jan. IS. 1876. local affairs. Ilgaal SmiMi U- 8. mtmom «e niNitiu. .aaronta •ttfCH j.ti*PA 1 *n«a P«l 1®, uejlOMlU "MV roa ynanf or OwMIMI 4» MWOntlM, MWilOK PAK9TA tlUIWtr. ^•5 3 j| j-ii *s^ Js I* I aZmsi I a *o«aj 3 jo -*mv -a i* A a °S 1 s- S A feJSsSSi UMJC a 55- utamuiu jS u«»|( S wSS«o» J5 S25iI8l~|? 8838989 IS •fttNMMtg unw k3* :S?kH UllHi 02fc«t tesaperature, 48* Itve* UayM«tars. -7* John Dillon has gone to Teak ten. Robert tfacnider it* the one made hep* py this time. Saturday. a girl. The reservation at Fort Lincoln hu toed extended to the Little Hart river. The Fort Rice Minatrela will give an entertainment at Biaraarck ntxt Tuea flaj. H.S Parkins and Gen. O'Brien, of the Standing Rock Indion Age«ejr, will ar­ rive today. About 200 strange Indiana were re­ ported on the Gannon 841, belew Rice, two days ago. Col. Scully, of Fort Rice, is in the city for the purpose of selling a lot of ooademned cavalry horses. Programmes aro being printed for the Sable Warblers' ent...

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 January 1876

VOL. 3. g^fii0marck®nbuite. 'A BBIUBL1CAN MWITiPU Evbtlsbed kf THE BISMARCK TfclBUWE CO TKl-WKEKLT AMD WEEKLY. imournoi run: Trl'WMhJy W«tklj fBMtill .'..$5.(10 I I Jf«W Movtfaa ftt* I tmaotfw Single c* pWa of either, .$9.90 OPENING OF THE NORTHERN PAV*mW. Moodajr May«r ftlct ao tetefraphwl Hupt. Towne, wcKlo,. brtefjr,^ faeUln rtiitko t^the oecap« tlo* •ttbe authorised to incur any e*pe «se that seems to be MCeMary to attract the Olack Mills imaUgratlon this w.'jr. The Pembina Territory lull will be brought to there.. vde iu b( th bout's next week if possible, the bll having been Iwioduoed in both liousea. It Is dif­ ficult. to •stiuMie the chances Give us divisiou or admission as a state, gentlemen. Application for Admission tuuuid bo made next winter if the div siou bill tails. A resolution has been arioptrd in the House of Representatives referit the Pacific Mail papers to t'ie Judiciary C-m.uittce with instructions to report Whit action slioulil b-takeu with regard to members 0...

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 January 1876

PEOPLE'S Supply Store! McLEAN & MACNIDER, SI8MAKCK, D. T. Hare ju«t Received their Full Stoekof Fall and Winur Goods, The Largest Stock Ever Brought into Market. Eiibrfcciar Among other Things 600 Sacks Flour 400 Sacks Corn* 2000 Bushels 2 Car Loads Grotind Feed. 75 Bbls Sugar, 50 Chests Tea, 50 Bbls Mess Pork, 25 Bbls White Bean*, 50 Bbls Assd. Crackers, 50 Bbls Apples, 25 ^acks Rio Coffee, 50 caddies Plug Tobacco, XO cases Smoking Tobacco, lOO OOO Assorted Cigars. Syrup* and' Molasses, Bacon, Hams, Fi»h, Salt, Cranberries, Canned Goods, Raisins, Prunes, Spices and anything, in fact, Wantediu the Fancy Grocery Line. ©B.? GOODS EoibraccaLuiies1 HRI 5S «©0n* of* re*ft trtrj tcxtm'c, i.iiiiutUc.p ths l.A TiiS SfT i.kIS ef PRINTS, &XNGHJIMS. POPLINS JAPANESE SILKS, JAZ.PJ2.GJZS, ION A CLOTHS. SEStGS, ENGLISH CASSIMBRES, WATER PROOF*, SeC., &C. Ladieg' and Gonts' Underwear and Furnishing Goods of Every Nature. Blankets, LARIGANS, TOWELING, TABLE CLOTHS NAPKINS. AND NOTIONS. ...

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 January 1876

-mPlwa**** *. I*.i- .•' .. 1 -1 Mid ,J0All.of the saloonoifn of firgo »»«•, «1 up to the Times the ptberday, ||id«topp«d their papers end idnrtMing ^sc»ase the Ti^i published letter frofl A subscriber en the MwM Jbfil." refused totolJ tbemwho the Bather of it fM Aad yrt l?»rge as­ pires te become the capital af RHPWW lli| tVe metropolis of the Northwest* 4 biov «t yosr newspoper, geatlemea, H|4 especially as creditable a paper aa the Tinea is, and fer aiich reiwo, la ||«v at jeer towi, Mid, were the strok* stroag eaough to cripple }t seriously, Bight he a lasting damagete eu, while foatinuoue newspaper deaaaciatiea can ^leyeurbasiaess aoharm you conduct ^properly. A liberal amount of de aunciatioa of the whisky basinsss ia de­ manded by the better publicsentmen t. if it aervea te check seme ef.thp svils of .ipteinperajpce, thesalon ma* aa W»«*tsd. re waSi.aethiag, personal, erthai aoald he ao io the article aomplaiaed of, though it waa,arjed»b«t denunciationef the wiis)iy traffic, c...

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 January 1876

ii more export! in winter, 'aii'lj is not b-Jtng workad thu winter, and theEe,aie many fresh camp* pleasant, bit tiierei.wrill £e a stampede to tha', region in the spring. Indeed, 1 hft'e heard of one very rich pro»ptct tak in out at a point within 30 R.—A.re the miuers settling down to work ret? Joa—So. The government has both­ ered the miners so much that their scarcely know what to do. There are miners now in the, HiUs who have been taken out three tifrfe* by the military, and many others who dodged, and have 'beet* there since early last spring. But -few sare to develop their claims lest something should turn up to interfere with their occupation, many,' however., are working a'few* hours, a day taking out "grub stakes," and a few are pre paring for business in' good1 earnest. .Florida & Allen have talcen'Mit $000 und iSpcncer & Co., just belpw Allen, over $000. The Utter cleaned up $137, the work oifour men si* hours. There are not less than 1,200 tninehs in the Hills. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 January 1876

^growing, -particularly will always pay in tba$ir4£ioh* A Arfb—Tnose vhou twites leads them {}••', «. ,*'/'•' .«* ,j in that direction .will find abund*nce'of, game of all aiiidt^ jif u, insm,.c*n I jrith pUpjftit-'&A guns. .... «. RHJ Mitvt, ttodgc, yoo *»iamiliar frith minings I)ofg^^'fin* with mining in Montana and Idaho, and I am ratixfied that the Rlack Hills taihws are all they are repre «SWil«*d to-be. *».»» ^r— Have ouuspecimens?,, 81 DotJ ^e^-- •r*'! •rerfpe tra ens of f^fine gold a* I fever' (pradioihg a^bottld ContaiivMig'•about ten dollar*). I saw this taken roan tjie very #rmiad that ^llcCall waa on, when be wrote that there jri8 no gold in the Black. ^H ill*. The ,|old id lll Terf l^i l|iia|in| $19 te •the ounce. It in all coarse, there being io fl»ur or shot gold in the Hilla. At least none so flit discovered. R—What about the Spencer"claim Dodge-^R. R. Marsh and I were pres Opt when they cleaned up $137, the work offonr liaen sis hen re.' Jim Suther­ land saw the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 January 1876

1,' 4m Cxtu»f Hinda pioor to Pi»«rcii Infant. Ma4aMi it told bjr ib« bottl«i« if o«r pupiUr mIwm Baker, the h«ri« thief, e«cap«4 fnm ju Wurgm j«U few Bm»* (Vm. «ad otb*r* c** '8«w lfcW *w bank tfw Ory»tal Spring* ,ft» urt,4go with «iptD of iiolw 4i wp irirei kit guetU fitb buffalo iUeafe ful .^fafcfot. It fw'i two jwrM sot* jpialf** very fineeptmif. .._ 'ThBM'PfWrBak Oi®ir» »t tk« ptL Litlif ^inauf Start vir* Iwt Mbfe^ker ItiM aire »Wir aicaij Th#y arc •f ?or» select, la**, il?»| ttfcac^ and geBCtataa iriH flud rdry *»»«. ii-Ui. 3ii"Tte flctsn ahovld htik to tk^a M&ttor. Sift 'i- iir-.t i,• mi B.T., Jsa. 26.1176. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Ksgiitb Ai« fr«B •«rtm *i the Trent, i« fculfc, 4'J*rt* *n4 j*st* IT (tie S(m L«uu 8 lore. tf ft** ft ki etwfiUt iMfcStiMir tk«r« ti not »tNfaf k^ais. -9hr#t knd loir irr 6ra#ied iftte t:wU l&tendod for tiir«V'#Wl# there «re do HWiutioii imti At all. Tfc#eo«rier, (feu. i'HftwMya wh»«h tOatto Berth old w4Ur"«lio Sitting "lufU ruttftere hasJ rotili'Md1 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 January 1876

IB I&'IEt-EijID- Cii'Y BAKERY. ji okM plea fixj paatry a.fMrt nateeini satisfaction whbreaaonable IpMltiiMBUi loaf «r h«r VICE'S Flower and MW the beat the world prodnee* thsj'ure Pj*"*"1 'DyO million people In Amerfca.aad **c Snntlful ru wert and At VHocd Catalogue **ut ft* S cent Map VICE'S Flower and Vegetable Garden lb* most beautiful work of tb# kind St**atainsnearly iftO pages. hnndwds 5wL2JJI Mini, and JEWELRY, WATCHES, fimr Ckrmmm Plat* ef iMirtlful'j drawn and colored fro** ,*!*2 Btcu'ln p*p*r covers Ck cento boaad la degaat Vick's Floral Guide Ttila la a beautiful Quarterly unreal, 6wly illus KEtaJd^matoi-i an ele^l eoiored F^tis. _» -ut, tk. Qral number Price only tfj- TheflmNo for l#76Ju»t issued. Adtwn JAMES VICK. Rochester, »•T- RAILROADS. Miiwanlee ant St Pail bailwat. THE OKliT THROUGH LI** BETWBB* Chicago, Ntw T«rk» liuw England) Tlie Caniula«, UU4 all Eastern and Southern Points, and 11l& Great Northwest! Connecting 1" Chicago with all Ba*t«ra and Jouth «rn...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 January 1876

tie fcUegtawatcK (irttmne. Bismarck. totue D. T.» JIB. 26.1876. LOCAL. AFFAIRS, Q^lKortiU Joe «ys lb« Indians lit «a wwb*fi«M •f him b« of the Indians, and lu (hit he 4u«ibtedljr correct. Those Progress Oigy» the St. Loai? Liquor Store were uiide last N«*eu»b»r| and aro now w»c«ly They at* Qf Terjf si'Uct, Imik, clear Havana tubac nui geutlcwm s««kew *tU ftiitl them tery fine A fresh lot o( MIMOS boot* at J. ii. MARSHALL'S. Tha ttnmid paper offye BUiaarek poet crowded fqp w*at tif ipucv, but haporuut tow tinted it ever to iht "ittlu iu the W^U" for "publl- Itufeber booiH at J. II. MARSHALL'S. ll^*r dtoatty, E. O. Sd» having oltfeed j»ut hi* intpr*4*aj Lloculu Las taken *p hi# residence at bi.j amk, Hiu Major a live ***», has auiu terestlng and will beo-jme a vajulioja addition to Bu- «uuckif he dcteraJiue's to remaiu. *. "!. Bass & Co'ii. KIIGLIDTI Ale fromBu^ton yn tlie'Lre'nt, in Ou.k, »art^,»»\4 |iinus 4& TL*ES*I LOUIM quor Store.' FAINTING *j»d othois can ooumt bulk ale ...

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 February 1876

VOL Hp 4 •. 'i $1 $ flljePsmarckMmtte. A BKI'UBLICAM NEWSPAPER Bsbltabed by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO TBI-WKKKLY AND WEEKLY. ouciirnoi rim: Tri-Weekly Weekly 9aootl» 12.00 I I year $.00 $ B«iDtb» 5.00 6 momta 1.25 Single plri of ehher, 10 cent* Subscriptions invaratly in tdrauoe. MOTES JLND NEWS. Duluth wauls to be wade a Port of Apprisal. The Overland Monthly has been dis Mniiitoedl Morrison introduced a bill restoring duty on lea »id ff* e. The Union Pacific, which bad been blockaded with snow, is again open. Capt. Grant Marsh is building a steamboat for (be Yankton wood traffic. The iury in the case of Mt Kee, of (he Globe-Democrat, returned a verdict of guilty The impeachment of Gov. Ames, is likely to fail for want of sufficient evi­ dence. A large number of men have left Omaha, during the past week, for the Black Hills. A broken rail on the L. S. A M. rail road caused a smash up. Pour cars were ditched. Col. A. A. Meckling, a prominent cit ton of Yankton* dropped dead in the str...

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 February 1876

Supply Store! McLEAN & MA'ilDER, a fc/ 25 2. S 1 0 a a 630 Sacks Fi )ur 400 saoks oru. 2000 T. GoocU, 1T i. tl-i 1/ i—^ v- 50 caclclic-is Piu,, t'obacco. l'J cases i'ob/.cco, 100 000 A spoiled Cigars. S a & a Hams, Fish, uii berries. Canned Gooua, Raisins, Hruries, Spices and any t.fijn#, «m fact, Wantedii* tn« Kcuioy i»rocer Lias. Ladies' and Gent*' Underwear and Furnishing Guodr #f Lrery Nature, LARIGA TQWEi*^ *f G, TABLE CLOTHS a- jy-''*£*x ?•v* tV- •, .-'LJ 8 'S E ibrtvcin»T A ofc-xsr Thin Bushels ais. 2 ''/tir L-jads rou ,d Feed. 75 Bbls i\ 50 he-It. Tea, 50 Bbls Mt-^s ~r)i. 2o Is Whit BedD«, 50 Bbls A'O.-.G. i'civliters. 50 BOiS A JJpic-t:, SI-ik.K »Y TitMIK DEY GOODS Bartraesft L«)icn' DitS.-.*' lit) ii-' mo 4 e*erj tsxtura, lucladtug th* LA fK*T mt PRINTS, GINGHAMS, POP Li MS' JABAHS 3 H£LKS, ALPACAS ION A CLOTHS SERGE, ENGLISH CASSIMERES, WATER PROOF*, trC.. 6rC. NAPKINS, AND NOTIONS. CLOTHING For all Clast^ of People lor Old Met and Boys, ioring Men. Work­ a Uoidi^...

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 February 1876

in a I A E John Yecen, Front Street, would annoanec to the Citizens cf I5i«n*rck that he is prepare*! to fljl or!er |br oaken pies or fnncy pastry on short notice tfu* enteeii'K satisfaction with reasonable charts. Fun fcl.t bread ten cent* a loaf §ve cents, or four loaves {or}^^' TICK'S Flower and Vegetable Seeds are Hie hwt. the wovld proiiuc They are h.t million people in AtnerU *. and ,',e beautiful Fi. wtra ami epletidi I Yep-t«i»U.s. Price'l Htuloyoe sent free to all who enclose the postage—a cent Btump. V1CK'S Vr/ Flower and Vegetable Gardefc fcthe most beautiful «ork of the kind Inf theworld It coulaitiB.lienvly 1W W**. hunrtred, of An^lus •rMti.tiiK and •loth. font ihromo PUtte* of ''.'I Vick's Floral Guide lir'a'!::?". rt JAMES VICK. Roclu-ster, h. Y. RAlZ^BOADSl .1 Cliicap, Mwaife, aM St. Paul ratl.w-A.Y,. THE GREAT THROUGH MS® BETWEEN Chicago, ]Vow TorU, Sew England, The Camdai, And all BaAera aad Southern Points, and 111© Grteat Northwests Connecting In Chicago with aM ...

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 February 1876

Btmarcki D. |f j% Walker ha* thet.e* brewery. commenced work ot Ll. Walker .it JN" Lincoln, east mm Nlondav*-' ue One th»i»!*»i«ii jock prices at Dr. Mc(Jauj»land. the w.-likn. wn den tist, died at »n« W -reliant'* Hotel, Mm neapolt*, week Col. Get) W Sweet OoiQtu|H'li) r, ^1*11 I1 *nner, }uwa\ Ims the toiitraet lor pulling up Walked brewrt Uitldmg. The Graphic contain* a portrait of Gen Joe Hawlej, which is oeclaatd te *tt**uiOl« to aoiue EX'eut P*t Byrne ct'oo uj» frouu Standing K'ick last Sunday. He reports -tim»* lively at tti*t »wit auJ several iot#ft«l going to the IU •, ,u" ^Messrs. W. b. Sli«w and associate* expect 10 have the first saw mill in th» Buck Hills They will leave in abou ten dayswilh the Hobart will. We understand the 4'bovs J. F. Burger, ol I. Kuu'er and CV. Fargo, FPENT Sunday MI B!MI»arek. has*»een buymg furs al»ng he liiu. and report® bus ness lively. lie has *1 eye u» tUe Bl»«*k Hills. BWAC«V. finj'sti Alefrota &iirt«>r on the Trent, in bulk, quarts a...

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. — 9 February 1876

Tdief billiardtoft 1 //2£iil -r-»r Q^ltowar^Mitne. ... nsl irtM HtWOiMI •?l'' A BBFUBLICAN KIWSPAFM, 'Ms CO TSMTBMUTAFTP INILLT. nam»fMi faint M-fMfeV .5:.*•'*.-••"'iwmH$ .ItM I 1 |«r ........ £ef Isnnahly to MTIBM. ftaghe^lti^l l»fc—rljinnn« MOTMM AMU JT Fredrie Leniitfi, tki Fnodrietorjis 14 ffttr/|| believed»tbai 4m rtook v^ little MMf withhimlnhia fight A resolution wu offored in the Ohio for of II atat* cocstittttion so aa tb aboliah Tbe afftirs of Tito Jb Co., straw dttlen, of- Now fori, are being rap fettled. Their liabilities were $1, mk A joiat«MH»itlNof the two bo of the KaoaasLegialature has agr bill appropriating $25,000 to ereOta building at Philadelphia for the ase o* the state. Aeliabie ia forma tie ah asbean received that lead and etne fca" been discovered In Urge quantities near Baxter Springe, Kansas, The National Soldiera' Hoae, near .Milwaukee, waa damaged by fire to the «Do«at of $2,000. The Internationa) Postal Congress ba agreed to admit British India and the ...

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. — 9 February 1876

Wife Ik IMRM A ••ItTMIfltH limtiMI "f 4'- A XSfrUBLICAN MWIPifll, mzasa?'®m XVcHmLjMM* jriBKLY. essaea»TMe fmi fiMVNfe^ •••'w«wr Sha HM I 1 JIM 9 mtti»»««.•.».«»j^t K.^.wes^ fh|W eNw* •akwrfyHoailBianiMy to MTUM i-trciM to* saV*age, MR.-!* little MMf with hia inliii fight A resolution vu offered in the Ohie au aiaslldtaaiit of tl stutecocstiuttion so W abolish fraud jury system.- •.»- *.« The iffiira of Tiee A Co., itraw 4ealm, of- New York, ere being rapid! nettled. Their liabilities were $lt HWU. A joiatCMMitlM of the two tei $f the KiMwlegialatttre has agreea on bill appropriating $26,000 to erejt. a Imilding at Philadelphia for the use e* jibe state. Sellable format ie baaljestt receive* that teed antiinc lpfe bees discovered in large quantities near Baxter Springs, Kaneas. The National Soldiers' Home, near .Milwaukee, was damaged by fire to the amount of $2,000. Tbe International Postal Congress ha* Agreed to admit British India and the .French colonies into the Postal Union. T...

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. — 9 February 1876

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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. — 9 February 1876

1 t. TAKING A Dujrs ... •.- jCT.!* 'J" The hostler, at he handled Mr. @Foauiiy the rhiu, hwkttil ilttlii •nsly at his gold-bowed spectacles, and asked h^ui in ,rather a.pej'ti- neut (impertinent,, according to. Mn Creauily would perhajs be tjiue letter adjeetivo) tope, jf lie Vi# used to driving and[ £fc wan with vivid recollections of the family hoies over whose backs he had flicked the braided l&h in boyhood's, stmnjr hoars, that he attuned a Itfdk of lofty surprise is he an^vered: "Certainly, my mail—let go of his head." There are horses and horses. The geometrical steed of Mr. Otiver Creanily'schilduood, whose .took tore a singular resemblance ip,jthe veMfrable hair trunk in the to flagelliv ^tUi, P^ver tjipu^h lie fcsed nether t,e ^enjoy it, except when it...roused, him from the iwcet .sligffk&erg hijvhichhe often ':90f&r which We 'liowspeak vtas' aii equine iiend cjfad Mr UreaiAlyh,#dr hardly gjv- _gji the L)nier tothe hostler, as itoVe stated, iiio|e he repented '...

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