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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 June 1881

MAID OF GOTHAM, 1881. Maid of Gotham, ere I leave, Brush the powder from my sleeve, Yes, since it has left thy cheek: Brush it off, and hear me speak, Hear me speak before I go r..: Paint thou shouldst not—no! oh, no! Though Dame Nature's healthful red From thy faded cheek has fled, Use not uge with cunning art .. Other redness to impart Thou wilt not deceive thy beau One iota—no!, oh, no! Maid of Gotham! I am gone! These words ponder, when alone Paint will go from cheek to sleeve When detected thou wilt grieve— Grieve and lose, perhaps thy beau, Douot paint, then—no! oh, no! —Cambridge Tribune. "FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE." From the Courier-Journal "He is the worst of all characters for a husband—an idle man—Hattie, and, I fear, he adds to it the baseness of a fortune hunter." 'You shall not speak so of him! I will not listen to the slander! He loves me—of that I am convinced. I have not been .an heiress so long not to have learned when a man lies and feigns a passion for interest, when...

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. — 24 June 1881

1 v* ,*$• «?, .j^A'-n ®&e 3 femordt Sritmne. JL.OCAJL LJ2AVIXGS. A muscular Turk of Stamboul Tried to poll out the tail of a mule, The coroner's ju— Ry the body did view, And brought in the rerSiet "Damphool!" The longest day of the year was last Tuesday. The steamer Black Hills passed Pierre Tuesday. A question of privilege—Asking to go home with a girl. General court—waiting on half a dozen girls at the same time. Twenty car loads of beer are at the levee awaiting shipment to Glendive. The Bismarck TRIBUNE is a splendid lo­ cal paper.—Minneapolis Evening Jour­ nal. The steamer Nellie Peck arrived last evening about 8 o'clock and will leave Saturday. The Helena left for the Yellowstone Monday, with a good freight and pas­ senger list. The people of Clarke offer three hun­ dred dollars to a blacksmith to locale at the new town. Five thousand dollars worth of Bis­ marck real estate changcd hands at one transaction Monday. The steamer Black Hills, bound for Bismarck, passed Bennet...

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. — 1 July 1881

Fourth of July Remarks. The fourth day of July is the only na­ tional holiday that seems new every year, and of which the American people never lire of celebrating. The very pronounci aiioii of the words "July Fourth" inspire enthusiasm, and preparations for its cele­ bration are made longer in advance of the time than of any other anniversary. On the fourth day of July does the American citizens more folly appriciate the liberty and freedom that he enjoys, and it is quite natural that he cannot give full expression to his jeelings without making a great deal of noise. Were it not for the relief that is experienced by the free explos­ ion of gunpowder, it is feared that the enthusiasm that gathers for an annual July outburst would lead to a fatal result in many instances. Individual independence finds a natural and universal expression in the firing of cannon, and the orator of the day, by the skillful combination of words, finds it an easy and pleasant task to inspire patri­ otic e...

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. — 1 July 1881

#3'r nviitaW Ii)e IJtemanMribmte. BISMARCK, DAKOTA KANSAS city, Mo., has a population of nearly 75,000, and is growing faster than any other city in the country. THE condition of the wheat crop along th) line of the Northern Pacific railroad gives promise of an abundant yield. DURING twenty-four hours of last week over twenty-four hundred immigrants ar jivsd at the port of New York,and it is esti­ mated that the whole month will show as many thousand. There is a large demand for them in the southwest and in Mexico to •work on railroads. AND now the Britishers seek to rob Iroquois and the universal Yankee nation of well earned laurels, by alleging that this famous horse haying had an English sire and English training since he was a year old, is about as much an American horse as Heenanwas the champion of America. THE tribunal for the determination of the Minnesota State railroad bond business, authorized by the last legislature, has not yet been organized, owing to the declin­ ation ...

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. — 1 July 1881

THE WIDOW OF BRUGES. "Suppose we put the claim of superiority to a test, mes amis," said the Frenchman. "We are fair specimens of oar respective nations," he added, glancing with a smile at his conpanions "let us see whether English reason, Italian cunning, or French vivacity will win the day." They were, in truth, fair specimens of their nation, the individual peculiarities most strikingly and favorably represented by the three. The Englishman with his fair, smooth brow, frank, fearless blue eyes, and air of reserve hauteur. The Italian's olive skin, supple figure, and dark, intellectual orbs, spark ling with the fire of genius, and revealing the quick, passionate nature with every flash and the speaker with his lithe,elastic, graceful frame and the air of mingled con­ ceit and suavity on his handsome counte­ nance. "Yes, repeated the Frenchman, "let us put it to the test and dispute the palm by an attack on the heart of a fair lady. A wid­ ow, but eighteen, charming, but immensely...

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. — 1 July 1881

mt Ptenwrfk irttrotte. BY LOUN8BERRY & JEWELL. THE steamboats report a heavy snow storiiLat Benton recently. HON. M. H. DUHK'EMI. will deliver the oration at Fairmont on tlie Fourth ot July., 1 l' COL. DONAN'S party of Arkansas edit­ ors passed on to Winnipeg. They were immensely pleased with Dakota. THE Grand" Forks Herald, one of the brightest and newsiest papers in North Dakota, is now in its third year. EX-SECRETARY SCHUKZ, in advocating a new party, makes a plea for enly one term for all officials elected by the peo pie. JOHN QUIXLAN has put all of his quar­ ter section, one mile east of Bismarck, under the plow. It is one of the finest quarter sections in the countiy. AT Madison, Wisconsin, recently at a meeting of the bar association, one of the members presented a resolution to pre­ vent persons who knew nothing of law from practicing in the courts of that state. Just think of it. THE North Pacific Railroad company ordered to serve Mandan with mail, com­ mencing July 1. ...

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. — 1 July 1881

I 1 Ik «. *rfjaivfcW *rp*.*- •/,,- BAx^Ki WALTER MANN, Prest, G.H .FAIRCHILD, Cas'n'r St Paul, Minn. Bismarck, D. T. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BISMARCK^ BISMARCK? DAKOTA. Paitl up Capital$50,000 DIRECTORS: "WALTER MANN, G. H. FAIRCHILD, H. R. PORTER, ASA FISHER, DAN EISENBEKG. Correspondents: American Exchange Nat. Bank. New York. First Natioeal Bank, Chicago Merchants Nat. Bank, St. Paul. Collections made and Promptly Remitted. Interest on Time Beposits. Drafts on Europe. Ocean Steamshi® Tickets* Eureka Eureka DAWSON Will be the County Seat of Kidder Countv, D. T. After Election. Beet ^v'aterin the Territory. 15 to 20 feet below the surface, in-gravel bottom. R. E. WALLACE, Banker, Jamestown, F. B. HAGER, Real Estate, Mandan, J. D. THOMPSON, Capitalist, Dawson, Dr. W. J. CALVERT, Jackson, Mich., Proprietor*. GREAT SABttAIKS IS Town Lots FOB HOT MR Gome, Everybody, Buy and Get Rick Choice Lots given to those who will build a •good house or t-Tiere on them This vcar. -OneSot given to ev...

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. — 1 July 1881

THE LOYEfi'S DEATH. Karigne's highta were tinged with the rays -of the setting son, on a beautiful evening uie month of August, 18—, that a little cavalcade, consisting of a guide, as usual half soldier, half mountaineer—a man «omewhat past the middle age of life, a young officer in naval uniform, and a lively jgirl of apparently seventeen or eighteen, engaged in familiar chat, and occasionally Interrupting their conversation by an out­ break of buoyant mirth, were jfessing at an «asy trot, on the road between Barreges and Luz, in the department of the Lower Pyrenees. "Father," said the young girl, "I have wagered with Cousin Alfred that I will Teach St. Mary's tower before he does will you let me win? The road is so very good!" "Well, then—but mind! no foolish pranks, Marietta! Alfred, I confide her to you, fceep a steady eye upon her." "A fine guardian to be sure!" said the young girl, with a most provoking toss of her head and patting lightly on the neck of tier spirited little p...

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. — 1 July 1881

A FATHERS DEVOTION, j* Or Savins Sonby Manyigg His Sweet* Heart. "Frank, my boy, yon cannot,- yon will not, be BO mad as to many this woman!" "My dear governor," answered Frank Hilton, "I really don't eeewhv you should be so alarmed. Mrs. Artaud is yoong, handsome, well educated, and a lady. I don't say this gossip abont my matrimonial ntentions is true but supposing it is, what is there so very dreadful in the arfair?" Colonel Hilton put down his wine-glass —he and his son were dining tete-a-tete— and looked earnestly into the young man's face. "Frank," he said, "I would rather see you in your grave married to Clarice Ar­ taud. You are young and have a brilliant future before yon. Already you hay© m&de a name at the bar you have but to give your natural tallent scope, and the highest honors of the profession may be yours. Once married to an extravagant and friv­ olous woman, I know enough of your char­ acter to foresee the result. 'It would be disastrous." $ ''And SO, dad, you ...

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. — 1 July 1881

-H a ®lie iisttmrcli UrUronc. ______ fEATKEE BlILETIS. The/ fallowing, reported specially for the 'TMBUXB, shows tho condition of the weather at the various points mentioned, at 9:25 last even­ ing: 7 'em pera- turt. JHrec lion of Wind. Station. Veloc­ ity of Whid. State of the Wtather Bismarck— 78 SE 14 Clear.' Ft Stevenson 80 S 18 Clear. Ft. Buford... 80 SB' 4 Clear. Bufcird river rose 3 inches. Stevenson river stationary. Keogh river falling slowly. Benton river falling slowly C. CBA-mer, Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A. MjOCAh LEA VIXVS. Jimmy Emmons is tlie first to report new potatoes. He lias been feasting on them several days. The girls of the Sheridan House give a social dancing party to-night, remember. Have you your ticket and partner? Tilden K. Selmes, a classmate of W. S. Kenney, a lawyer, recently from Quincy, III., has determined to locate at Mandan. The Minneapolis Tribune says: "Bis­ marck -will make the biggest racket on the line of the North Pacific on the Fourth o...

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. — 8 July 1881

VOL. THE SEWS LAY OUT. A Half Million Dollar Fire at Cin­ cinnati—One Person Killed and Several• Injured^« A Cousin ofAssassin Gttiteau Gives a Little of His Early History—In Pavor of Hanging Hizsi. 2&e Balloting Continues at Albany Without Leading to any Result .. —The Vote Yesterday. Jteother Caucus to be Held, The First One Having Proved Unsuccess­ ful in Slate Making. Hilled for Expressing the Hope That Garfield will Die—Two Transatlantic Pools. —. Ttae Regular Formality. {Special Dunatr.h to the Daily Tribune.^ ALBANY, July 7.—Two ballots for. sena­ torial successors were taken in the joint (convention to-day, both resulting as «aal, in no choice. The second ballot as follows: TO SreoEED COXKLING. Potter 52 Rogers 5 Crowley 4 Conk 30 Wheeler 43 Lipham 11 Cor­ nell 3. TO SUCCEED PLATT. Depew 49 Wheeler 2 Tremaine 1 3Hniels 1 Cornell 17 Evarts 1 Kernan SB North 1 Chapman 4 Lapkam 1 Crowley 18 Fish 1. Another caucus will fte lield to-night (Thursday), as at last sight's caucus...

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. — 8 July 1881

v»«i' 4 ,L* if. ii i" IW ^t)e5wtnarck®nlmne BI81CAB0K, President Garfield Twice Shot and Des­ perately Wounded While About t, to Depart for New York. The Tragedy Enacted in the Balti more & Ohio Bailroad Depot 4 in Washington. Two Shots Fired, One Entering the Liver and the Other the Arm of the President. Charles Julius Gitteau, a Whilom Lawyer of Chicago, the Would be Assassin. He Proclaims Himself a Stalwart and Boasts of Haying Made Arthur Presidents Speedy Arrest and Incarceration of the Wretch—His Career in the Northwest and Elsewhere. SHOT THE PRESIDEN SAD TRAGEDY IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTON, July 2.—Tho president been assassinated! He is now lying at the point' of death in the White House, and his physicians say he* cannot recover. That the deed was well planned and lcmg premeditated there• oan be no doubt Some persons go so far asto assert that it was the result of a con spiracy, but there appears to be no evidence ict sustain such a belief. The assassin, Charles Gitteau of...

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. — 8 July 1881

•QT *&• ~?RH* & 1 -f V"' of the press just' asne was about leaving the White House, afterthe physicians had "been V_. ^calledin for consultation. He said $*'rv' It is too horrible. The man who did the shooting has been hanging atound the department of state for some time. has had no occasion beyond his own desires to apply for an appointment, and we have never encouraged him. Hie is crazy, I be­ lieve- Gittean has been around the White House for several days, acting in a strange manner, and attaches thought him crazy. We noticed him around the White House last evening, and this morning he engaged' a carriage at a stable, and said he wanted a quick team. He wanted to stop at the depot a minute, and then go over to Arling on A WEARSOME NIGHT. THE WATCHERS AT THE 'WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, July 3. —The cabinet members came straggling back fr6m 7 to 9 o'lock this morning, worn out by their all night vigils at the White House. Secretary Blaine looked haggard and wan and Sec retary...

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. — 8 July 1881

7*-7 t"^ MTK3 f(I\S y^A' 5S%J ((t •*rt '•Hj-2 r* T' ••:. (TAI T. "fe M*1 -1 J- ®be fltentarck tribune. BY LOUNSBERRY 4 JEWELL. TH£ DAILY TRIBUTE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck. Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, .j or $1.per month. sArthur •Ji SUBSCRIPTION BATES. S. One month, postage paid ......$ 1.00 Three months, postage paid .w Six .:•• 5.W One year. 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. -Eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week,.both foreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for |2 60I .... HATES OF JJ ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: Cffl.G0 per inch first insertion 50 cents for second and 25 cents Tor each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT BATES For contract rates apply at office, or send for "Advertising Card of Kate6. WEEKLY L^TES! Locale 10 cents per line, per day.'or -5 cents •i»er line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents pe...

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. — 8 July 1881

I N "v BANK. "WAITER MAUN, Prest, St Paul, 31inn. G.H.FAIRCHILD, Cash's, Bismarck, D. T. SANK OF BISMARCK, JTSMflBCKv DAKOTA. iPaidup Capital$50/300 DIRECTORS: iWk/SETBK-J&£»N, O, H-.FAIRCHILD .H.-R. POF.TER, ASA FISBBR, DAN EISENBEI^S. 'Correspondents I iraoL«fican Exchange ^at. Banfe. NewTork. .Siret j^atiowal Bank, Chicago Merchants Xai. Bask, St. Paul. UQnetions made and Sxoa^tly Remitted. Interest on Time Beposits~ Will be the County Seat of Ki Wter eCoiintv, D.T. After Election. Best Wi *fc" rin the Territory, 15 to JO feat ®ekw tlhe surface, in gravel bottom. Rj E. W TI&LLACE, Choice Lots si good ou Be or stt given to evary pes other lots of sum $25 to $100. Ou lime giveu. Addr June 2, ISS'l. 34 N. Fot -St., Practical Leaves Bismarck daily, e: m., arriving at Standii^ inn cinnati,.Ohio. h% JU 1 49tf Drafts Earope. Oc wan 'Steamshio Tickets. Eu lasikBl!! Eureka 211 DAWSON Banker, Jamestown, F. D. &&ER, Real Estate, Mandap, J. TI VS&)MPS0N, Capitalist, Dawso...

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. — 8 July 1881

gift |Si-y' W«.'— IHrs £25*.:: •«i«U- THE MA JOB'S VALEDICTION 'Tbe major on a sunshiny day in the main street of Ballykillrowdv was pleasant to be thold. He was not strictly a handsome man iperhape, but he had the air of being a hand­ some ooaan—-an air of so much nonchalance and «ood-hamored triumph that it imposed upon most people and sent them away with the no­ tion that., the major was an Adonis. He had -oneof the grandest figures I remember to have «ean. Strength sat side by side with grace on &is broad shoulders, and the carriage of his &ead was in itself a sort of wonder of high temper and vivacity. His mustache took a ^splendid downward sweep his hat raked a little (he tips of the fingers of his left hand entered bis trousers-pocket his right hand bore a cane, which described, as it were of-its own volition, circles and segments of circles. -Mo took-bis way smiling, and his bright gray oyeaand faultless teeth made his face look as -^ty as sunshine. !. This when come...

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. — 8 July 1881

THEO'S LOYE. ..." ZL Isabel managed to get through with the ceremony very creditably indeed. She had succeeded in looking queenly and elegant, and Mr. Van Verst had shown all his pride in his handsome eyes when he looked at her. She had not trembled nor appeared in the least nervous, bat, as her first brides­ maid said, behaved as thongh she were in the habit of getting married every day After the ceremony, she had gone through the tedious reeeption, and stood, yet ser­ ious—grave, yet pleasant—while her dear five hundred friends kissed her, and took her hand, and congratulated her— her fem­ inine friends who, in their secret souls, were envious of her good luck in having.' 'secured" the handsome, stately man beside her, who filled his position and did the honors as a prince of the blood royal might have done— whose name was a power in social, finan­ cial and political circles, who had conde­ scended from his high' estate to woo lovely Isabel Lisle. And now they were "married and a'...

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. — 8 July 1881

1 v^ Den s^pvms-s'T' ir«^»#n^"s^mvirt^«£3s ®l)C Pwmarcli Sriimne. WEATHER BVLLETIN. The following, reported specially for the TRIBUNE, shows the condition of the. weather at the various points mentioned, at 9:26 last even­ ing: Tem­ pera ture. Station. Jiirec- Veloc liov of) ity of Wind, \Yvui. State of the Weather Bismarck. ... 73 23 Cloudy Ft Stevenson &i SW 24 (Fair Ft. Buford... 64 N 12 ]Ciear Bnford, river fell one inch. ....-.', Keogh, falling slowly. .K :':. .' C. CUAXEE, Sergeant Signal Corps. U. S. A. JjOCAIJ LEAVINGS. And she wrote in a handwriting clergy, She said she talked with an emphasis jerky, And she painted on tiles In the latest of styles. But she didn't know chicken from turkey. The ticket office at the depot is to be enlarged. There are indications of another strike at the levee. C. P. Hallett, dealer in Blueberries. Braiuerd, Minn. La Belle has sold his intercut in the O. F. C. restaurant. The steamer Sherman left for up river at 4 o'clock yesterday moruing...

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. — 15 July 1881

ffr: VOL -Vi te ••4n*fnnet *£.%. .... ..„ .... CkForsythe^Buttea j^S-J fgutnTjlVj^X?^ Butte ,_!°? 105 jo* ros_ io3 Sentinel Butte* [Middle Butte I //V/ I HOW THE SECTIONS ARK NUMBERED, beginning with the north-east corner with section 1 and running west to 6, and then east and west down to 36. At the corners of the sections are posts that are marked -with the numbers of the sections, town­ ships and range. By relerence to this map a settler or speculator can pick out any locality that he wants to investigate. He can see the course of the Missouri or follow the line of the North Pacifie rail road through every township of the dis­ trict. He can quickly learn that the two ranges On the east side of 67 and 68 are in another county than Kidder. They are in Stutsman. He can find out the location of Crystal Springs, Troy farm, Dawson, Steele, Clarke. Bismarck, Mandan and all the stations west of the Missouri. He can learn the position of the Forts aucl Indian agencies and amuse himself an...

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. — 15 July 1881

S))e fistnarck Sritmne. BISMABCK, DiKofA^ NEWS SUMMARY. UTLKOAIW Ail official dispatch from tha seene of the Mexican railroad accident places the number of killed 180/ There were 300 passengers on board thetrain at the time., A government, investigation is proceeding. wiEEEtt pMOKft.yP CRIME. C. Mrs. Mary Davis of St Paul committed sui­ cide on Sunday. Charles and Albert P. Talbot, the young men-' sentenced to be hanged at Maysville, Mo., June 24, for the murder of, their,father,.- IL^ Talbot, but who were respited by Gov. Critten­ den until July 22, have made a confession, to the efTect that they killed their father-for beat­ ing their mother. At the riot of striking longshoremen at Mon­ treal, a posse of poliae who were hastily called were met by a volley of shots, none taking ^ef­ fect. Upon the riot act being rgadj the jpolice^ men returned the fire, wounding four or five men in the lower extremities. The police then charged upon the croud, which fell hack,[fir-, ing occasional ...

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