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   Bismarck Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - April 14, 1877, Bismarck, North Dakota                               Av -T-U_ _ _4e, Ifiary 2. Giierry. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, POBM6HED EVERY "WE AND SATURDAY, BY rnia co.. O. A. LOrNSJEHRY. Kditdr foe lEanageiv 8UB8OBIPTION PBICB: One 50 Sfac Months....................Jt.........2 00 Three Months..........................125 ADVERTISING: COaTHAer Inch one year  y name -o O'3rien vc tins was the cand hut I ec'ge to a 4r e "Nb! s ie exc.aimec, nervousness as -lurriec.y p-acec-ie ing my arm; "it awaits anotier'occu- upOT-iie ancsi ent y panV 3 ive in San anc am a oc c- ec invest myse.f wit t -.wo or ecessary artic qs" of .ive-i-i, my visitor Governor Plllsbury as appointed April 26th a day of fasting and prayer. A tax of one cent is laid dn every drink of liquor void in Richmond, V.rgmiu. Ex-President Oranfwas serenaded at hi s old home In Galena on ,he 3th inst. Forney's Press states that there are unoccu- pied buildings m Philadelphia. .unate anc some- o regar'c this a reltction on iian anc hur-, -.ja- ais name s ion c he usec in t jj connec- Jon as ie was in 11 e coun ,ry ,je coors time anc in ae-, was no, tie O'3rien IT 10 ownec ie where vo. ng was pretpncea to cone. CT ie language was unfortunate, secause talk, c pwn South, of electing Wade Hamp- ton- successor :o President Hayes. Ah. Gen. Cortina, the Mexican bandit, is now a pria oner in the hands of the PIUZ government. use, 'ou- i- was no-, intenceo ac. a reiee- -ibn anr 'ai y cons'ruec wi not appear ,'.o _ -Vow, ZieTjer, Gayton ac.c otpers renc er.ng i: one o: t le most agrea 3 e o' pursnitjs. Many w 10 'o .ow it see no-1- ing in fc hut -asor not ling jut its retoVns in go c anc si ver. To me i- iks o .-ier c iarms-- lan t ie money it -pro- c juces. I am ca ec-. upon a.mos c ai v peer in-o s; spring 3brn ocxs of safes, anc g oat unon -ne -reasures pi ec witiin; to cuietyen.er t ie apur-men-s of ac ies wit i more 3eau sicx: ie 6cxg o- crawers comp etet, my jastv fouet, _ .emptec "o an apo.ogy my ruceness, u-ter y ec. fact is, I was con- fojuncec. St. Paul Pioneer-Press. T.ie tic e of. trac e anc trave. -ias towarcs t.ie West anc Nor- -west, and the stream of, business in iat clreetioh is 6ai- i -y assuming .arger proper ions. ?iu_, lasti y seiz- jeing one of theprincipa 'repots or t.ie region of country to w.ilc i many t.iousanas.o" tie unerm no; rers of ie east aie is y ,t. i soon to reap consicera 3 e Are you s ie im- t iis new c of enterprise. 3y re eitefee ot tieXortiern Dr. Wm-A. who wrote "i would not leir names -O Je rancjeg-'-Ae missing brce-ic re alwavs." died at Mew York on the 9th hint. _ _i_ _-____; _..3___-____ IS a ya 101 eyes. _ ic t >oug.it as ice across my mine iat s ie intenc ec pus i me anc aury me anc my se- Sie seemec -o reac "'ie o j. xj suspicion, and con dnuec, co c v, ing at my saic ie, a a-mea; vou not t ie cou.c not mistake the or tie earru, meaning o tie anr I s me cerea as I aen-. my heao -o ic lief, were as care- u y sancagec as aetore, anc I was CG t ie cas, anc tiencec riven ionic by a rnore circuitous route, if possije, tian a no ice of wnic i a j'jears elsewhere x t TIC one oy w lien we came. Ainving in wanaering mav no- reach 1 ie is I, inc ui- t ie .louse, t ic lief was or possession" of "-iatcommancs so munidcent a _ stespec :rom tie veiic.e. ers, reaciec: _ oe leve _ siou c ia j e cv ciscre'ion, anc Drawers con-aining missives, lat t le cangerous you, rnaoam, soon brgetyour face. In wiat wav can _ serve cay-ig it -6-morrow, anc ci'ic lai.way it oe trains en t.iat roac wi rim -.iroug -b Bismarct, seeping cars attacifed, anc that iej arrangements are com 3 etec for t ie go c bee anc a. others w.io are see King, tie anc route to t ie 3 ac 'or -o Aiontana, ana a otaen p aces on i ie 3- per JiCisspuri. in connection i Nortiem Racine is "QOULSON'S LINE, MISSOURI RIVER lire died at Mew York on the 9th inst. The policy of President I ayes is very generally, approved by the moderate men of both parties The lower Mississippi is unusually high a nd much damage to t-ie planting districts is anticipated. Wm. LeDuc, a son ot 0en. LeJuc, of Minn., liaa been appoiu ted tt cadet at West PohltT Alonzo Bell has been appointed Secretary ot the Interior vice Gen. Gins X. Qorhara, resigned. Another Missouri bandit, llobbs was sen to the penitentiary at Boouville, last week. Boss Tweed Is a recent convert to the Christian reii purse o 5ve .itinc rec c o .ars ley occupy, sense we tisec wis o'cas i hoxes, ceposi ories o'recorcs, was ex iression, aut i "Jour or c get in anc prepare a o: returns o- an ej.ec-.ion siic ,o iave TO a we to no- see iai javcon wouic je- in tny sense "-Oj, "or i; ,aoug" i he iac oog since name ie ranci w lere tie e was saic. 0 iave heen ie c. n S73 some fe ows in Bismaci ck -us ung on y icy se ectec O'Brien's ingo men mace spec en y rici, o- cor- pora-ions r> uncerec. o" orphans s., ot crus of i ami Jes ruinec. s ftni: w 1IC1 lt. be -.iere no cnarm in tiis? no> boc or ation no or ie range o: o easant fancy? T.ien, wio wouc not se a oexsmiti, t-iougi nis face is se- grimmec wi-1 ie soot of t brge, anr -iis -lanes are s-ainec wi-.i rust 3ut lave a story rec. tiis paper. Ca stain fj. W. -V superintendent t lib me o" s.eam- reac led yesiercay -rom w loin .ie mterestingfac s eanec .1 to 3e bon's A tesoui i Company I at once enter u son ourse o- Duties, seven snyuners jemg reacy I o 'Anc. w.iat is t.ie go c was t.ie on y evicence _ cou c sum- -ie icir iiaces in Clou and of lutu has become a i he Bible. constant reader of wiici was irsteaC o' a a Geo. Francis Train sighs for two thousand million of greenbacks with which to cancel bonds. i The Republicans carried Milwaukee at the rece nt election by over 2u6o majority. Iilden had last fall. The refusal of Secretary Sherman to compromise the whisky suits has created great consternation at St Louis. It has been discovered that liquor license to h otel inn keepers is only provided for by the statutes New York. A New York belle and heiress named E izabeth Lincoln eloped laat week with a milkman named August Snyder. v A schooner was boarded in -Cow Bay, Long "aland iccently, and plundeied of about worth i.f stuff by pirates. .7. C. Enston. the Chatfiehl banker, has been ap pointed General Freight Agent of the Southern Minnesota U. K. story imp ies as we as tie segmning tj-'a u_ercers, or Cray ton or some mine is scarce.y morp t lan -16 introuuc-ion -o one. w 10 cea s in t lings o" fancy write rest. t.iintic openec a .kt.e s.ioson street, anc soon myse into a gooc ausiness. one evening a .acy, c.ose y enterec my s.ioo, ana, "pu .ing rom .ier c.ba a sma annec 3Ox, rec uestec rrje to ooen it, le O ier, and ca ec t icfr o an e Bction ie t a- tie Tames O'Brien, su, no one evej sosP-josec tiat any one 3y tie name G'Bnen any.iing no co wtca it in any siape nor wi a air con o" tie tanguage use: j tiat ie lac. Wecicrotsay ent M-, name to tie VauC 311, gave iis name -o a ocaitywierea w lie i was neve? cone Was saic to have seen lone. construciec, anc was a of an _iour i tmg it wit i a Key. ''ITiatyou wil su-omit rom anc return to your own coor j.inc-. b cec.' Zceas ofmurc er, jurg ary, anc a mos- every ot ler yi ainy aurriec y oresentec tiemselves. in succession, as I po'ite y aowec, anc "_ tincer'-tancsome ling more o- I-et linli ne c iaracter o" t ie emp-oymen-, as we as t ie to accept your offer." VVi. not 8500 answer in .ieu o" an ex- p ana-ion s ie inc uired. S ic uattec _ier nervous y on tie -.oor. _ cou c see s ie lac p acec en-ire- y too ,6w an estima-e on my anc fe t some gracHca-ion in 3eing ab'c convince ier of- ic "We if it is a sso y necessary for in my sewi-cerment lai; a I _iao run -rom conveyecf anc witnessec was not a c t earn.k A rnont i t 1 t ie gent-eman from t ie vau t wa .c lie .me. wi. to 3en-on, wi forin, t.ie Noriiern Gaelic, a ac y ana t iroug i freigit ana irae .o Montana. 1' ie bteamer oses.iine, of 3ones are t icre -o-cay! Tae wife is sti a JYancisco. oarc or Pierre two .inncrec ias Tko "rials of u'ptutna_ism. v'ft V" i fengers, anc one luncrec anc ..Onb of cefetinec t ie Brac v s- r- le wi -eaVe 3ismarc v _ ie -a.entec ecitor o t.ie e cm Wechcscay ot next weexi, Lie i8t i, Over six hundred murders, it is estimated, ordered by the Mormon priesthood ainctf their Hettlement in Utah. t The President and wifa hare been thanked by the New England Methodist c. uference for banishing liquor from the White House. A decision in favor 01 the government has been tound m the Centennial loan matter. Tne money must be returned bo t ie D a. ie prints ing orief o mi i .ary career o: Capt.T. :i. French: Ca stain Drench was commissioners in t ic Tent i In antry, Xarcn 26t-i, 1868 lac Vec_uent-j aeen aCaj- -aincyintie 7or y-four-.i In an--y, au cec inec -o accept I-Ie is a grac uk-e, not of West Point, jut o tie reguar army. I e servec as a ier curing ie rehe ion, anc was nrOmotec, on usimer- its, -o a seconc in t Ten-1 -acy seemec nervous at tie ce ay, me to sie re3 iec, "_ mus't tj r- vbu -tat you Jw' _nfantry, A.ay 18, 1864. On 23, o- E ue same year ic was ac vancet a A e, Secretary fcyarts. it isaaid. wi 11 take up the Cuban anc 1fn -n l868 receivec lis Cap-aincy. laG no otaer 03 ect t lan to escaot; t ic at- .-anuarjr teiition ier" persons." anc at engt i rec uestec me to c ose tie' c oor. L was a _itt e surprisec t ie srg- ges-ion, sutof course comp.iec. Siut- ting .ie coor anc to my wo't, t ie -acy wit ic rew icr vai c isc osing as -.weet.a face as can 3e imagir.ec. a icst essness in tie eye anc a pa .or m tie lowever, wnici to.c Str'a i- at ease, anc in a mo- oien- emotion for _ier _iac given t ia- of pity. are not we mac am. artc it air is too c li y saic I, rat ler 4nc_uisitive y. t a re3u our service." As 1 s ie continuec, "you to pice tie vau rescue from ceati an un-brtunate wio las jeen con Inec c.iere cays." "To whom coes t.ie vau t se.qng _ mcniirec, MNCy -jus was retf uctant rep y. icn so muc i secrecy? or, rail- er, low came'a man confinecT in >-suC-i a o ace lim escape o 3- of my lussanc. I-Ie sus-aec'ed as luuc i, anc e osec -ie coor u-DOn him. Resuming-'ie .iac et tie varf-, anc Courier-fourna in a we consic erec ac- c ress sefore Tennessee Press Associa tion, gives t ie b owiug succinct anc em- inent s of _ "Of a. pu 3-ic men t ic "ourna.ist ma ies, i ie mos-private enemies. Me is ia3it ua. y giving offences a negative tion 3y refusing to comp y wi many impucent, unreasona 3 e anc posterous cemancs wnic i are mace u-jon lim 3y a.. of peop e every cav We forgive an Jhsu.t sooner lan a s ig i-; wr.ien an ecitor has wounc e< ie of ic respecta 3 e comiautor w 10 las as cea ie insertion of a comniunlica tion, or cicaopointec 1, ic se of ie w 10 iia a fongue' river, anc mi oncers ot.iers w? avaiu t lemse vet, of t ie oppor- tunry for ma ung asicecy trJ3 iat .oca ity. After ma ting t iis s secia -ri s ie wi run upon t ie river a regu ar sac Tne stea-nier General Meac e eft Yani- cescrii- ton on ?ricay .ast for oaced ic Wit-i Incian gooes, alter cisciarging vj lie i wi.. :a   a t.ie Veigitmg susiness! aefween t.ie anc Xontana wi' he trar saetec ovet vjou s-on's ine anc tie ern .Paci ic rai roac. Tae ice las a run pu- o" t.ie Missouri, anc Cap-ain A'_aratta wi eave or 3isiharck to-moj-row fnorn- during t ie Business, of ing, wiere ae wi_ remain summer to su ie j----o ie acy -3owec rat.ierco Ciy at w .at for luck, at the sepsation iere in m Litary circ es. Wien consic erec a nne rorn-> an. 3y one to co wn i tie Vitit. rig provemenfain the South and Weat. His heac. ,s 1Orse- "ce upon tae a-ter muc i n.ing anc level. seat, ie c anc t anc in turning --ie oc.i, _ was "eizec wr i -or 5 ie -atter, so sianp.e is Curiosi-y to get a g.imose at t ie orecio a. training is necessary, -iowever tiere. Certain o'my lussanc4 -.iis afternoon, conVincec me t.iat tie man is tiere, seyonc luman hearing, anc_wi sestarvec ceati sy my Daroaroua nussanc unless iinmeciate- y rescuec. Por t iree cays le not e "t t ie house. I cruggea lim .ess t lafi of ever an lour ago, anc rie is now so compete, w "v .-XrX osstaq.esaccitiona. to tiose out-anc-out ndatician. JH-si ic is more exacting in iis case sri. lancy Cou son's Xissourl Jliver Trans-sorte-ion t lat ie "oc may Sayler, 'the Democratic candidate tor Speaker of the House, strong y favors1 a system of internal im Sknms, the fugitive slave denies that he got his freedom through Uevena, and says he did not gain it until when he escaped to the Union lines. Jay Gould, at one time a partner of Tweed's, and i sharsr in his 'plunder to some extent, recently re- fused to caish the old man's note for four-taouaancl iollars. Jere a colored member of congress Alabama, is still in Washington, and pretonds to" be afraid to go home for fear of bulldozing on ac- count of testmiouy by him before a Senate Committee. v Gen. Sherman, urges the Immediate removal of the Spotted Tail Agency to a point near Fort Ran- dall, he one dollar will more toward i armg for them than three or four Binder present management. The cusfom New York aije so extensive that A. T. btewart I o two ter escopes a sout one and a .ia metres ong, anc very powerfu., common a :rame w nc i svrmgs on a pivot. T ie sig.it enc apart, anc Liis course, t.ie sase -ine of ca cu.ation. One oe icse te escooes Washhuin the cleoorAlion of one of the high tonors of German on account of his distinguish ed serThce Germans during the seige of The decuration cost 'B5U.OOO but cannot be accepted until after Mr. Washburn retires the- ice of the The New ork Tribune kindly furnishes fol- lowing to Tfapptr at, h s potm celebrating liis arrival in England: Mothei mightj, mother mud, welcome hack your wandering tlulit. From the Yankees safe returning. And his oli affection ;Hear a hQW are is 19 Sa-V' covers 116 A sexton personated the Devil loins, long tail liarrying a attempted to miJke ah impression on the minds of the faaily ot a deceased Finner. recently, in Spa.n, by carrying off the iuidy of the deceased, was killed for us pains by a servant of the family. Four of the clergy have been'arrested for complicity in the at 'empt to f tighten the distressed family Ex-Senator Curpentqr, is on his ear because there are those who criticise him for appearing; for TLden, and reminds people through the LaCrosse Republi- c an that he is a private citizen and as a practicing, >i Homey has a light to accept a fee from-any one re- quiring his services professionally. He says the Re- publicans were glad of his services on the stump, but were ready to jumiliate him immediately afterward. is mova 3-e on.y wit i ie frame, pf w nc.i sot i form a part. T.iis is nrst sig.itec on t ie o anc ie frame mac e tie -irst step jeing tius comp etc. T ic ot icr e escope s e furt.ier, on a pivot of its own, anc" sv means a sma w.iee is turnec to t.ie rig it ang e af convergence wit i its iat laying tie .ine anc g.e of convergence, any surveyor cou c, o" course, ca.cu.afe tne cistance. 3ut in Gen. _iercan's instrument tie wiee wiich acjus-s ie seconc te is awaxcenec sy a gent e tap up- on ie wincow o "tie .itt f room sac ol -ie siop in w lie i I o T.iinriing jf surg ars, _ sprang ou nee, anc in a moment was at t.ie wind vjrt. vvit.i a lea vy .lammer in my naiid, Aiiici f usua'Jj Kept at t lat tijne wit.iin convenient reac i o'my secgice. "Wio's encuirec, raising t ie lammer, anc peering out !rt-o ic it was as as 12 w icn unc er the curse of Israel's exc aimec a -ignre. tae mysterious fouruey. I entered the ve lie e, b, owec sy t ie acy. As soon l as _ s.ie procucec a ieavi ius }y t le -ig-i' of an ac'acent street'amp; y a sussecu-ent sounc my eyes. Ihe acy seatec nerse anc t.ie cas started f an 16111 fe.ie veiic.e owing, _ was w la t part of t ij city I am entirely igno L___ _ !___-il an u 3 ii _ourney o" it; tie abuse get c oes al. t ie larm t lat a suse c oes tOi ot er peop e; tae praise unsu is antia anc un-rec anc of sma account. ,O" course most o t lis may se lasit of cepreciatiiig our se ves, otier anc our ca ing. .Jut every ftre-orm las mace w lie i we can lope to ma   evicentl r criven, in any- t ung out a t.ii iVt course rom ie of star ing. 3xa iiinrng tie sancjptge, "O see tiat ,___ Lbion was comt> etfeiy OJSCurec, tne .acy! A. Reno, wnose recent court-mar.ip. in hancec me-he surtt e o'too s witi w lie i cry las attractec attention tuoug i _ was -srovicec; a ting me oytie out tie country., K a 'grac uate of into a lousfe West Point, of 1857, anc- is l iere- tae perioc ofyoutifu inriscre- tiorj laving seen in continuous service GoJ. arm, et me t iroug i a ga.-e waicj _ i-cnew was snc anc, a "ter ta me-irougi a oassage -wayvviici cou.cjio- viave oeen in engtn, anc coVvn a -igito" stairs into w-iat ev.cent y an uncergrounc sase- t manner m w nq i an _ncian even on iis root ier yescerc ay cou iT ho; :iut exci e tie acmiraJon a wo witnessec ie transacnion, 'Jiemotjer and cue aocJi en-eret. Goo C rem'g'j ack- Cori jeing assent at c ac y a pa loose pec to ler sac ij aic ing tirec, too.x a seat on w iat Sae in ler s j josea co se a c cao c0a Tne joy saw iis opportunity, anc s icing noise ess v seiinc a post, vigorous v word- ing tie ows wuch connect win "ire. Simultaneous V tie rasca 's iere shot "rom a ame ire. Sie ingerec not, Ju< wi' i a _Ji im irecation on aer orfsoring ana a in tie rear, sprang ''rom -brge to oig us o' water stanr iog sy, anc Uere- iKj e -ne no a e mace ruic< crac-ts 'or a t oor in the of ,ne juhclag. Sie wicn sie anc we to anticipate ie he returns -d ie .iis mr .nree Record, l tian -ifty feet twenty years. If e was promotec at once artc. Kis in fromref tie wincow; tie coor; ment, stojipec oesice a vau t, ant removec _ lave say; lours, s suslness -or you oast susiness sut w.io are you one -_iat wou.c -iarm re- turnee tie. voice, w.iicn Z imaginec was rat ier "feminine for a "Anc no one tiat can1" I ra-.ier emo latica v, sy way o< a warn- metres, centimetres, ana :.______- mi imetres, anc is coverec sy a itt-e lane 'or pointer, w icn t.ie lane is srought wit nn t ie focus t.ie -ioin .Ci in- c ica es exact y" -.ie cistance.' T iis is as- so-u-e y a. there is of it. In two minutes ie instrument can je un.imberec out into readiness, anc a cas :ance founc. ,5, as _ tigatenec my lammerj anc susnec ing tie stranger n.- reacv u-son t ic steos. l "WiaJcioyo'i I irt- r I K c_wjtec. i. r wi. answerec startec at tie sigh tic same IMPERFECT PAGE tie my d_yes. "Heie is the vau saic springing tnc coor o'a darx antern, and tie wiic i ta.Owing A beam o- upon t.ie t ic Dragoons. seizec a bunch oft--te eton -ceyt-, af er a tria.s, wiici tie .ady seemea towatci oain'ti. anxiety, sprang fie so.t. Tie co0r swung upon _.. _ grip upon tie my te. ing oat_es, ancjwas orevetec ieutenant-Co.- to t.ie coor1 _; me not to c.ofee it, as it was se e was on cuty un i- tne s ow-v ooen- sprang into "ifrvau-t. I cic not _o c ose bt" the war, laving in 186? com- t ie murmur iOw voices w4t.i-, t ic Twe.ftii Pennsy.vania Cava next moment ie -acy reappeaTfec, ry anc receivec a areve-J as srigac ier of ningupon -ier arm was a man, yo.unr.eers. wit.i face so e anc -laggarc ,-.hat _ 'important position o" instructor of tac- must Have IF'irst Dragoons, on duty in Ore- gon, wiere ie remainer OT cuty unt t.ie rdae... ion Aj: tiis time ti? ciagobns were o airy, ana .j. t.-leno secame n Cantain in formec o ..tie i Sn i i le pai t in ten ne'its m tie camjaiyns against Rici- mo.'C, for wiici ic receivec lis. -Irs. bre- vet In in sever J nere are 4 w 10 evera were ie 
                            

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