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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 July 1881

[V I 4 THE HANGING OFMARTIN DADSO. From the LondonTruth,—,*—1^. "You doan't thijik j^ef^rj^y ,hamgn»r do 'ee?" asked ^Eartixis Dadso, looking ul fromhis-last meal but one, oi4- Sunday evening in the condemned cell of the Cfcranty Gaol at M—1| The cook had con­ siderately sent him up somei battered toast, withbacon and eggs, and nice, strong tea,, and-'the murderer was filling Ms month: rather ravenously with these refreshments.. He was a large eater—a large manffdtor gether, with massive shoulders,' a thick neck, and mighty fists. "Look 'ee here," he repeated, I never murdered that man he hit me first, I knocked 'un down but he picked hisself up and walked off, swear in*. Lord knows who put the knife into 'un afterwards. I didn't, and they can't make me swing for it, eh, old 'un?" "L dessay a reprieve 11. come," answered the old 'un, who was one of the two war­ ders that had to keep watch over the mur­ derer. He said this out of charity he did not believe \(hat he said. "I've known ...

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. — 15 July 1881

fljtJPisjmarc!! Stfbtme. BV&LOUNSBBRRY AMIDKELL. TH£ DAILY TRIBUJfcE, Published every morning, escegat Monday, at BiemarckDakota. is delivered by «orrier to all parts ofithe city at twenty-five ceo temper week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION JIATE6. Onemon&.postage paid 1.00 Three months, postage paid—... 8.00 Six 500 Oneyear, .....—,.••• 10.00 TH3 WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Sight page* dn& fair way containing a summany.oMhe news of the week*both foreign and local,,.peblished every Friday, sent, postage.paid, to aay.tddrees for$2 50i RAXES OF ADVERTISIHG TRANSIENT: .* $1X0 per mcfciirst insertion 50 cents.for, second xand 25 cents Car each subsequent insertion. "TEAHLY CONTRACT BATES vEor contract, aetes apply at office^ or vte TRIBUNE Ts#n4 ,-fAdvertising Cjird ot Kates.'" WEEKLY BATES! XocalslOceptc per line, per day, or 25 lOants ..©tr line for sixeucceesive days witfcoot -ohange, ^rite-ups ii) .Brevier type, 15 cencs per Mne, ^jneasured tenJiEss for to the inch. VTHE Staii(iiag ...

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. — 15 July 1881

I Vi -%\%v WhnM&<^\.'S$te'i'r\# V^Wstf BISMARCK LAIS DISTRICT. {Concluded from First Page.) of Bismarck. Hence Bismarck flour, made from Burleigh county wheat, will under sell the Minnesota flour when placed in competition for .the northwes­ tern trade. After all the demand, local and western, is satisfied, we have TWO ROUTES FOR SHIPMENT to tlie seaboard. One is via Duluth and the other by the Missouri river to Fort Pierre, and thence direct by rail over the Chicago & Northwestern to Chicago and New York or further poutli to the cross ing of the Milwaukee & St. Paul R. R., and over that road to the lakes or down to Sioux city and over the Illinois Cen­ tral to Chicago or down the river to St. Louis. Shipments by the rivcr-rail routes, as indicated, is considered a certainty in the near future, and if it does not occur on a large scale, it will be because of the advantage in freight rates from the Miss­ ouri slope to Duluth or Minneapolis. The Missouri river steamboat...

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. — 15 July 1881

yor "One sexene evening in the.middljQ. of 4# gnst, 1775, Captain Warrensjthb mi^terbf the Greenland, *. whale-shipr found-him-^ self becalmed among an immense number of icebergs, in abont seventy- seven degrees •fenorth latitude, cn onesidft, and within a mile of his vessel. 'Thesewere of im manse heighth, and closely wedged together, and a succession of snow-covered peaks appeared belpnd .^each other a$ far as the jjach jffowing ^th^ oceetn sly bloc£$d upfn thai quartet pjababfy bacp so for-a long| ». barrens did not feel altogether satisfied with his situation, but there being 410 wind, he could not move one way or the other, and he therefore kept astrict watch, knowing that he would bb sate as long as the icebergs continued in their respective .places. About midnight, the wind rose to gale, accompanied by thick showers of -snow,T.'^Mfe^a successtaiKfbf ^menil^iis tfrunderii^, finding and^rushjmg :$bjtees ?gave evidence that the'icejwas In. potion, The v^sfel *0ceived violent sho...

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. — 15 July 1881

A MASTERPIECE OI^ME. The History of the Great Northampton Bank Robbery—How* "fhe Deed was Con­ cocted,' Accomplished and Exposed-A Marvel of Ciiniln al Adroltnes—Flcturesqn^ Incidents -in ilie ,Story of America's Big­ gest Bank Burglary.:-!. •••'. orthamptdh,' Mask ^drresppnden^e'' of the F'pve years ago the Nprthampton National harilr was the most prosperous of thfe/finani cial instituiions of this town. It hada cap ital of four hundred thousand dollars and.a surplus three-quarters as large. Its stock was selling in the market at one hundred and sixty dollars a share, its management was conservative, and in nothing did the orethought of its officers appear oiiore con spicious than in the precautions which they had taken against burglary, ,, Inside of the" massive bank building, which stands on one of the principal corners of the town, was a solid vault, to unlock ihe outer door of the vault sevetal k6y6 were Required, and these keys were distributed among as many bank officers. Ins...

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. — 15 July 1881

®be itetttoixit ®ritmnc. LOCAL LEAVINGS. Itstillthaws.fi Heaven's best gift to man—Dakota New tomatoes are in the market. When the sun strikes you, you canuot hit back. The Nellie Peck arrived at Fort Benton yesterday. A snare drum has been added to the Opera House orchestra. The steamer Butte ieft Benton at noon "Wednesday on her down trijD. The steamer General Terry left Glen dive for Miles City last evening. The Rosebud, of the Coulson line, will arrive from below Sunday morning. There was no warm weather during the whole of last winter like that of yester day. Why not have a steamboat excursion to Standing Rock and visit the 7,000 hos tiles. The steamer Black Hills left Junction City Wedneday morning, bound for Bis marck. Potatoes as large as peas grow twenty two days after planting in the vicinity of Bismarck. The steamer Helena, of thi* Benton line, left for up river with a good load of freight last night. There is to be another shoot of the Bismarck Gun club at their grounsd,...

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. — 22 July 1881

TRIBUNE SPECIALS. Graphic Account of fhe Incidents oijthe Surrender of Sitting Bull.| The Noted Clr.ef Places His Bifle «ln the Hands of His Six Year Old Son. And Thus Presents it to Major Broth erton, Asking That He May Live in Peace. Verbatim Report of the Speech of the Wily Warrior Telegaphed to Tribnne Headers. The Condition of the Growing Crops— Not Half An Average in Southern Minnesota. Central Minnesota Equal to Other Tears, and Brilliant Prospects For Dakota. The Strike of the Railroad Men in Minneapolis Continues—Effect Upon the Great Milk. fgpeeeh of Sittlatf BulL 8p«e*al Dispatch to the Daily Tribune. FORT BUFORD, July 21.—The surren­ der of| the noted chief continues to be the subject of interest here and in re­ sponse to your telegram I hasten te tele­ graph you the incidents of yesterday •when a council was held with Sitting Bull and his chiefs, in the course of which Major Brotherton made known to Sitting Bull the course which the' GOVERNMENT INTENDS TO PURSUE towards...

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. — 22 July 1881

®lje ifetnartk Sributte. BISMAECK, AIJTJ -TTP" V- 'V signs portend that the price of wheat will be well maintained the coming season. Every precaution shouled is taken to make it of the highest grade. THB death-rate lecord is mounting up the thermometer in eastern and south Mil oitiejs. On sfvjeral 'days! (Be. mertfury was reported as high as 100 above zero. SECBETAKY BLAINE says there are 1.000, MX) applications for office on Me inWash Isgton it would be .a sensifete:'thing to Inun all of those received, previous to the) tnoaming of the present administration, and^ to niske roosr tor those to come. ... BEOENT decisions of the District and Supreme courts of 'Minnesota, and of the United States .Circuit court, are decidedly In favor of the people in regard to respons­ ibility for railroad accidents, and will serve good purpose in making railroaa corpora­ tions more carelul of the lives of patrols and employees. .• BUSINESS failures for the first. pix months of 1881 in 'number amount ...

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. — 22 July 1881

fr A* V- JUST1F0RA LARK. A large* light, airy trimming hall in^., .the straw-works^of Cashing & Co.,fMilford, Mais., where fifty nimble-fingered girls Bat triipming hats in black, white -and ,fancy straws whibh lure piled up before -4a?9: on the long, low desks, Half of thegirls are natives of M^Jford, Pretty, lady-like rand* well-diessed,'^ they have little of the air and manner of the traditional shop .girl. $fost of tfaj^nhafe pleasant homes, bnt prefer, to'earn men own spending money I Lottie1 Bichards, a high school. graduate six months agb, pretty, piquantand mis­ chief loving, comes from the office witha 'dozen dainty white lace straw hats,labelled "Artist,:" and takes lier .seatr amid the clique of'which sheiRaij, important fee tor. -Aren'tthese: lovely, nobby, something1 like artists' hats? Those rough-and-ready ones in green ysllow'ahd brown sire* that\ we trimmed yesterday, were horrors. I should think they would give an artist the nightmare tp look at'them, much less...

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. — 22 July 1881

$i)i ifettutrdt ®rtfronc. BY LOUNSBHtftY St JEWELL. Xtv: THE DAILY TRIBUNE, .J-' Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte of the city at twenty-five cents per week, or $l per month. ,/,»V BUBSCBIPTION BATES. Locals 10 cents perline, per 'day, or'S5 -cento per line far six successive days without change. Wilte-ups in Brevier iypev 15 cents.per line, measured ten lines to the inch. Since this is true, it does not argue against a city for old maids to turn their backs upon it, or fo& ex-superintendents of orphan asylums and managers of widows' trust funds, or of "protection" insurance companies to hold up their hands in holy horror and exclaim "do not £0 there to be robbed but come in here," or in their ravings to call it a bullwhackers paradise, a steve­ dore's heaven, or attach to it the moie expressive name of kenotown, for shrewd people see in the elements that call forth these warnings, the concentration of trails, so to...

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. — 22 July 1881

oreythei Cut nose I..M. I Sentinel Buttes i-i Middle Butte 4 Bismarck Land District. S This district is as large as the State of New York and the above map shows its location and extent. The distance east and west is 255, miles and north and south about the same., From the Mis­ souri to the Montana line the railway measurement is 175 miles. The surveyed land extends along the North Pacific rail­ road as far west as Eagle's Nest or Range 90. The numbers of the ranges are given on the northeru'boundary line of Burleigh and other counties, beginning with No. 67 and ending with No. 106. The town­ ships are marked on the eastern line of the district. A township runs from the east to the we3t. Take 140 for instance, and the reader can trace the township to Montana. Then practice looking for township 140, range 67 or range 68, 70 75, 79, 81 or 82, and so on to the end. The small township plat presented with the map shows HOW THE SECTIONS ARB NUMBEBED, beginning with the north-east corner w...

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. — 22 July 1881

A. SPANISH HEROINE. Poverty is certainly a blessing in one re­ spect, at least, inasmuch as a fool without money has fewer opportunities for manifest­ ing Ids follies the wealthier animal of the same species. It would have been a piece of good fortune if Gooffery .Kendall hud been born to work for his 'living like many abetter man, since it is to be pre­ sumed that hardship would Lave rubbed a little common sense into,, his soft brains As it was, his father bid left hitoja^ifge fortune, and the use he made oi it was something between a tradegy and joke.He was the legitimate prey of all sorts.of sharp­ ers. He got into terrible scrapes and had in buy himself out of them at enormous cost. Without any real wrong he acquired tat himself an unenviable reputation arocMig the soandal mongers of the. town. He was a vigourous young fellow with a big beard, mild eyes, and' hands as" white as a woman's, He was, moreover, some­ thing of a dandy in his dress and manners.. STefc, withal, a kinder...

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. — 22 July 1881

From iXXES* Eau Claire, tfird ap faire, There was a yonneY, Who was witty, ftS^ goo^ Alltt'e ott^rgirfaTomia Thatw^n'Ahe^e^round^ They v«f© j**®t cofnfed o"ri* nean whaire. -*ij ma yellow dog in Cologne, Ban away with an old woman's bogne But the vrathful old crogne TTif. him twice with a stonge. And 'twas dreadful to hear that dog grogne. A. young fellow, loaded with drink, Tried toputon some style at the rink, But being quite tight, Couldn't steer to the right, And immediately eat down to think. There was a small boy named Apollo, Who used to get spunky aud hollo, When his pa with a sir. Would coiral the young chap, And a sort of a chorus would follow. There was a young man in Podunk, Who once tried to capture a skunk The skunk got away, And that young man to-day Has his clothes camphored up in a trunk. THE ROMANCE OF BlkiUG BOID. The Story of-a Female Spy of. the Rebellion. From the Philadelphia Record,June Sitting last evening on the porch of ^a comfortable residency in the extr...

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. — 22 July 1881

gtje lismarck tribune. WEATHER Bl'lLETIU. The following, "reported specially for TmmTTici, shews the condition of the weather at the varieas folate jmentiotoed, at 9:86 last even­ ing: Tem-. pera ture. D. "W. Maratta it now wishing to die. He has seen the beautifil Curlew valley and tne famovs Eagle*k Nest on the ex­ tension. Fargo is to hav6 a fair at which some of the attractions of the great Minneapolis Fair, which immediately preceeds it, will be reproduced. Why. not Bismarck The farmers of Bismarck and vicinity are requested to caretully save choice samples of grain of this season's growth for*exhibition at the Minneapolis fair. Blueberries shipped by express C. O. D. to all points of N. P. R- R. Parties un­ known must send references. O. P. HALUKT, the Direc­ tion of Wind. Station. Bismarck— FtStevenBon Ft. Buford... Veloc­ ity qf Wind. 64 61 60 State qf the Weather N N 8 3 3 Fair. Cloudy Clear NE Stevenson, fell two inches. -J Buford, river rose onft ^ovgnrnvet rose slightly....

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. — 29 July 1881

I fpsjp-: ,t 1 Knbs of Nonsense. LK "What denomination do you belong |1 ^to?" asked the leader of a free prayer meeting, addressiug a rough looking cus f,* tomer, who had strolled in and taken a front seat, "Hose Company No. 12," was the Philastine's answer. s-.I A young lady admitted to her mother that her beau had kissed her on the cheek. "And what did you do?" asked the old lady in a tone of indignation. "Mother," aaid the young lady, "I cannot tell a lie turned the other cheek." It is reported that Anna Dickinson en tered a store the other day and asked for a pair of stockings, whereupon the clerk, not hearing plainly, inquired, "Hose, Anna?" and the ministerial looking man at the other end #f the counter said "amen." A young lady who had ordered home a pair of unusually lugh-heeled boots .was flushed by t.lie announcement by Bridget, fresh from answering the door bell: If ye plase, miss, there's a man in the hall below wid a pair of sthilts for yez." In the garden two six year ...

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. — 29 July 1881

*P gljeUistnarckSrUmne. BISMARCK, DAKOTA Two honored delegates, representing thirty states, attended the meeting of the National Educational association of Atlanta, Georgia. The address of welcome was de­ livered bj GOT. Colquit, and a grand ban­ quet was given bj the citizens of Atlanta to the members of the association. A move­ ment in favor of popular education is gain­ ing great strength in the south. MANITOBA, and Winnipeg especially, is enjoying an unprecedented business boom, owing to the magnitude of railroad oper­ ations that are progressing as never before, and to the influence of capital and people from Canada and the United States. Real estate of Winnipeg is held at St. Paul and Minneapolis, and no reason can be assigned why it may not be worth as much. Sitting Bull has, at last, been safely eaged at Fort Buford. He was in a hun­ gry and sullen condition, but will probably feel in better spirits after living for a time upon generous rations. The talk at this late day 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. — 29 July 1881

4 & P: b] A Bad Turn on Saturday and great Alarm as to His Condition. Later ane More Favorable Reports—Hopes Still Entertained of His Recovery. The reports of President Garfield's condition for a week had been so uniformly favorable that the public had almost ceased to feel an in­ terest in them, but on Saturday there was an unexpected change that alarmed the country. On Friday night he had been somewhat rest­ less, and about 7 p. m. Saturday a sudden change in the patient's condition manifested itself He complained of dullness, and for about fifteen minutes he suffered perceptibly from the effects of the chill. A slight rigidity of muscles accompanied the chilly sensation. The chill was followed by fever of two hours duration, all of ihch tame the physicians anxiously watched the symptoms of the case. The wound was not dressed until 10 o'clock a. m., when, for the first time the public was in­ formed of the change in the president's condi­ tion There was an immediate gathering ...

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. — 29 July 1881

$t)i ^i$tnorrk tribune. BY LOUNSBERRY A JEWELL. THJ3 DAILYjTRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte of the city at twentjfrfive cents per week ©r $l per month. SUBSCRIPTION* SATS 8. One month, postage paid.. $ 1. I'hree months, postage paid 3. fiix 5. One year, iRATES fl.COiper inch first insertion50 cents ior second and accents Tor each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT RATES. For contract rates apply at offlce, or send for "Advertising Card of Kates.'" WEEKLY RATES.! Local&LO cents per line, per day, or 25 cents per lineifor six successive days -without change Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per measured ten lines to the inch. There IS At at 10- THE WEEKLY ©EIBUNE, Eig&t pages, containing a sajamary of the news of the week, both foreign and local, published ev-ery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for #2 50. OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: 1inp THE DAILY TRIBUNE lias iilie largest clrculatioE at the ...

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. — 29 July 1881

MI AN DAN ITEMS. F. I). Hager and Tilden It. Selmes left for the east yesterday morning. Mrs. Jack Leonberger and Mrs. Cal Sparrow liave returned from the east. Mr. Angevine, of the transfer, was in town yesterday, and looking as happy as usual. O. S. Heed returned from Glendive yes­ terday, after a good business trip of sev­ eral days. Another wood burner engine has ar­ rived, making three on the road. Four more will follow soon. Mr. Harry Robinson returned from Glendive yesterday and reports every thing flourishing there. Max French is painting Buckley's new hotel, which will soon be completed, and will be quite an addition to block five. George F. Milier, of the Boston One Price clothing house, went up to Glendive this morning to work up some trade along the line. Mr. Vinton, ©f Selmes & Vinton, took a little excursion up the line to see what the change has been since his visit to Miles City about two months ago. The new signs painted by Murry for the Bank of Mandan and B. L....

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. — 29 July 1881

^XVT kit*' ivfit) yfl' TT^t? WHY XOTHKR IS PROUD. iMklBUifM^lix&inlriieyM, Btgnfuli ud bias, and terribly wise— Bogniwh ami blue, but quickest to see When mothet comes In as tired as can be Quickest to find her the nicest old chair Quickest to get to the top of the stair Quickest to see that a kiss on the cheek Would help her far mors than to chatter and speak. Look in his face, and guess, if you can, Why mother is proud of her little man. The mother is proud—I will teJl yon this Yon see it yourself in her tender kiss. Bat why? Well, of all her dears There is scarcely one who ever hears The moment she speaks, and jumps to What her want or wish may be. Scarcely one. Th ey all forget. Or are not in the notion to qnite yet Bat this she knows, if her boy is near. There is somebody certain to want to near. Mother is proud, and she holds him fast, And kisses him first and kisses him last, And he holds her hand and looks in her face, And huntB for her spool which is out of its plaoe, A...

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