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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 September 1881

ANOTHER WISCONSIN WAB. ———•—ri "*/r -r The?Menomonee Indian Iireamwa at'the Kes hena Agency Dance Into Serious Trouble With the Agent. Himself and Daughter Trisonersalthe Agency —Troops Sent from Fort Sneliing to Quiet the Disturbance. Special Telegram to the Pioneer Press. OSHKOSH, Wia., Aug. 29.—From present in­ dications there is trouble brewing among the Indians on the Menomonee reservation at Kashena. It has been known to the govern­ ment for some time that a secret organiza­ tion existed among the redskins, and efforts have been made to crush it out At the last payment, the Indians belonging to the organization known as the Dreamers, were required to take an oath that they would leave the society and have nothing to do with it Some refused to take the oath and lost their annuity, Many otherB took the oath, but a few days since some strange Indians appeared on the reser­ vation, when the society was reorganized and all of the members have returned to the al­ legiance. The Dream...

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 September 1881

v'- -v 6f»e lidtnortH Srilmne. WKATHU BVLUMMBa The following, reported speetally the TBEBVNK, Mbawa tki coiditiM of tt* weather at the various points ntitloaii, aft t:Mlaat ta­ Jnree litnof Win*. Stmtifn. Bismarck— FtKtevensen Ft. Buford... Ft. Keogh... Ft. Custer... Ft. Benton... Deadwood... Helena, T. FWtfr per a ture. 64 59 52 53 Keogh, stationary. Baford, fall 2 inchcs. Weither N E NW N 16 10 12 16 Li'htrain Li'ht rain Clondy. Cloudy. O. CliVU. Sergeant Signal Corps, 17. S. MJVCAMJ IJ EAT IN VS. Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours, at P. V. & Co.'a new drug store. For a small band, the Billy Arlington is a good one. It is this fall now. How do jou like the weather? The first of the month bill collector was abroad in the land yesterday. Several children are ill with scarlet fever in this city at the present time. A seven year old daughter of Michael Durach at the landing is seriously ill. Denny Hannafin pan«es to remark that the old pioneers are' rapidly passing ...

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 September 1881

V, BT TELEGRAPH. Sitting Boll, Disgusted and Defiant, Wants to Die Like Crazy Horse. Disposition of Troops Resulting from the Threatening Attitude of the Indians. Escape and Recapture of the Noted Indian Murderer Brave Bear. Successful Raid of the James Brothers Upon Another Western Train. Bismarck and Mandan Take the Cake at •the Great Northwestern Exposition. Sitting Ball. Mpeeial Ditpatch to the Daily Tribune. FORT YATES, D. T., Sept. 7.—The day Las been the most exciting one for years. Last evening Sitting Bull was informed that he must go to Randall and that a lxat would be along in a day or two to semove him. He protested against the removal, and carried on at a great rate during the sight. This morning he proposed to hold a council with the commanding of­ ficer. Thin being refused he assumed an attitude of defiance and swears that le will never go to Randall alive. He says he wishes to die as Crazy Horse did (in battle). Of late considera­ ble apprehension has been felt and t...

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. — 9 September 1881

®ljc lisutarck 8rilmne. BISMARCK, DAKOTA ON the last {day of August, in Chicago wheat for September delivery closed at 1.21 5-8, declining from 1.301-2 during the week. OTTTTTT^^TT wants to be married to a Chris­ tian lady of wealth and of first-class family. If he believed such a woman, or any other, would marry him, it would be evidence of insanity. SECRETARY BLAINE is much praised at home and abroad for telling the truth in re­ gard to the president's condition, and in language that would be understood by the masses of people who are not up in medical signs and technicalities. Tim south this year has enjoyed a re­ markable exemption from yellow fever and other diseases incident to the season, and the National Board of Health have suspend­ ed further inspections. Improvement of sewers and other tanitary measures have had a good deal of influence in producing a healthful condition of the atmosphere. THE drouth extends over Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Pensylvania and other lo...

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 September 1881

80 GRIEF.'' 4* 'I toQ yeu, hopeless grief is passionless, nut only men incredulous of despair, Half-taught in angnfaVi, through the midnight air Beat upward to God's throne in loud access Of shrieking and reproach. Foil deaertness In souls as countries lieth silent—bare Under the blanching, vertical eye-glare Of the absolute heavens. Deep-hearted man, express Grief for tny dead in silence like to death— Most like a monumental statue set In everlasting watch and moveless woe, Till itself crumble to the dust beneath. Touch it the marble eyelids are not wet If it could weep, it could arise and go. —Elizabeth Barrett Browning. RUBY'S GHOST. "Do you believe in spirits,Mr. Harding?" And the speaker looked up seriously from her drawing, balancing an H. B. on a very dainty little finger. These two, Ruby Farris and Alec Hard­ ing, would have made a pretty picture, now that Art delights in depicting modern young ladies in "costumes," and gentlemen of the period, instead of gods and goddesses^...

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. — 9 September 1881

$i)£ fHtfttorck SrUmtte. BY LOUNSBERRY JT JEWELL. THE COU1STY FBSASCES. Bnrleigh county ha» now been organ ized eight years. At the time of its or­ ganization but six townships of land were surveyed, and none of the land was sub jectto taxation. For four years afterward the city, property was held from taxation l)y reason of contests in the United States land office in relation to the title. Dur­ ing that time Bismarck was the terminus of the railroad. It was an important river point, and a frontier outpost in every sense of the word. The criminal cases arising in a large portion of the north­ west, on several hundred miles of river and in surrounding and unorganized coun­ ties were brought here for trial, and Bur leigh county was called upon to foot the bills. A glance at the records of the past will show that fully nine-tenths of the eriminal cases upon the dockets of our courts Were transient people, who were in no sense residents of the county, and yet circumstances made it nece...

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 September 1881

MANDAN ... HAIDAN. Situated on the West Side of the Mis­ souri River, at the Crossing of the North Pacific Railroad. THE TOWN OF MANDAN was laid out by the North Pacific Rail­ road in the spring of 1879. .They fully Tealized the importance and advantage of a city on the west side of the river. The only reason that its growth should be in any way checked was the lack of knowl­ edge upon the part of business men and capitalists as to where the railroad com­ pany would place their bridge. As soon as it was decided that Mandan was the point, enterprising business men with capital and experience in western cities put their money into property in and ad­ joining the town, and some of them are now making large and substantial im­ provements. The question of Maadan's future is now no longer undecided, and any man who has had the least experience in western cities, and will look at the geographical location of and examine the surrounding country that is and will be tributary to Mandan cannot...

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 September 1881

Sift" .fff Sq t| •& "IN THE MORNJKG." A True Incident of the War. From the Louisville Courier-Journal. "Do you see that young lady in white talking with Clarke?" The speaker was a tall, dashing looking man of thirty-live, in the uniform of a cav­ alry colonel in the confederate service. The time was a summer night in '63 the place, the hotel parlor in a small village of middle' Tennessee. The occasion was a "hop" given in honor of the presence of a detatchment of "Forest's cavalry," the dar­ ing riders whose names are household words in Southern homes, from the moua tains of Tennessee to the valleys of the Mississippi. The young lady referred to was a pretty, graceful girl, with dark grey eyes, waving hair of a dark, reddish gold, and the exquisite complexion that so often accompanies it. "Wno is she?" asked the colonel's com­ panion. "That is Picton's sweetheart, Miss Gar nett." "Not the same that saved his life after Shiloh?" said Captain Barclay. "The same," rejoined Colonel ...

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 September 1881

——A LEAVENWORTH ROMANCE. A Story or a Youthful Couple and An Indig­ nant Mamma. From the Leavenworth, (Kansas) Times. There was a lively scene of domestic trouble at the depot on Straday afternoon as the Missouri Pacific train came in. An anxious mother 'was there to receive home an erring daughter who had left her pater­ nal roof two months ago a blushing maid of sweet sixteen and returned on Sunday a bride. When the train bad stopped in the depot the mother ran up to the cars and scanned the features Closely of every per­ son who descended to the platform. At last her scrutiny was rewarded by a young girl, handsomely attired in alight traveling suit and a jaunty little hat that partially hid a wealth of golden curls, and shaded the dark, lustrous eyes that flashed defiantly on the lady, who received her with open arms, while unrestrainedly the tears flowed down her cheeks. Then came another actor on the scene, a young man of. about twenty-two years of age, who stepped up to the la...

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 September 1881

fflbe Utemarch Sribune. 1VEATHBR Bl'LLETIJf. •me fWlewiaf, for the TubvMI uhows the wnditfon of tte weftthw ftt the r*rie*» pei«t» aeatioaei, at 9:t#laet even lag: Tem­ pers tyre. IHrra­ tion of Wind. Mtntitn. H{«Brek.... FiMterenaea Ft. B*fori... Ft. Keegfc... Ft. Cuter... Ft. Beaton... Deedvreet... Btfeaa, T. Teltc- Statt of the Wemther Clear Clear Cloudy Fair Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Wind. 58 61 70 68 63 46 65 51 E SE NW NW N NW SW Fresh Brisk Brisk High Brisk Brisk Fresh Fresh Keogh, falling slowly. Buford, fell 1 inch. 9. CSAMBR, Serseeat fiiaal «er«, Y. S. A. MjOCAL IJESATINUS. A great many will attend tlie Fargo fair from this city. Louis Westhauser has a find stock of tobaccos, cigars, etc. It is reported that Mr. Cordon will suc­ ceed Thos. Woods, a policeman. "Arthur Linn ha* ordered an outfit for an opposition newspaper at Bismarck. Work on the mammoth bridge over the Missouri at this point is progressing finely. Judge Peterson says that Driggi' hair is bound to come out,...

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 September 1881

vi Jjf^&f§&'fi 5t "fA^Ev »uZfc.v£S^^.^ v.S-S^-1. a-tu J- BY TELEGRAPH. The Balloon Enterprise a Failure, and Professors and Correspondents Return Disgusted. Terrible and Unprovoked Murder by a Dime Novel Lunatic in Minnesota. The President Coughs and Expectorates But Still in a Hopeful Condition. Bulletins for Posting Ordered Discon­ tinued, Except to Note Im­ portant Change. Important Electric Sparks Chipped From Solid Columns of Tel­ egraphic News. The Balloon. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 15 —The projected great balloon voyage to the Atlantic coast ended in a fiasco. After waiting four days within six miles of the place of starting, and after three-fourths of the gas had escaped, the project was abandoned, and the creastfallen newspaper boys took the train for the east to escape the great­ est fraud of the times, and the great Prof. King appears to have been just the mar. to head it. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune. RUSHFOBD, Minn., Sept...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 September 1881

S. .J*! ®l)C |tsinarck Srtliune. BISMAUCK, DAKOTA JOHN W. FOSTER, the American minis­ ter at St. Petersburg, who is now at home on a short leave of absence, says the pros­ pects of crops in Russia are good, better they'have been for many years, and that wheat will give probably the best yield harvested for along time. The amount to be exported this year will be very large. IOWA is in luck this year, even if the wheat yield is below the average, for she •will sell corn enough to make u£ the defi­ ciency. What com will amount to nobody can now tell, but there is a floating estimate of 70,000,000 bushels in eighteen counties, from which some idea may be- formed of the whole state. Corn is king in Iowa this year. ._ THE prospect of a large deficit of wheat in England and France continues. The to­ tal yield of wheat in England is now esti­ mated at $9,500,000 quarters, and the de­ ficit 8,000,000 which must be supplied from abroad. The French deficit is esti­ mated at 7,000,000 to 8,000,...

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. — 16 September 1881

Mfc __ —rr—:— r-—, DEATH ANI) CUPID. *"O f" •CHAPTEE I. A darkened room. A nurse sat by the side of the bed. Every now and then she rose from her chair and looked at the pale face of the poor girl oyer whom she watched. "Not much life in her, poor thing," she murmured. "I know the symptoms too well it's all over with her." And then there was a gentle knock at the door, and a staid old gentleman walked in­ to the room. It was the doctor. He asked a few questions of the woman in attendance, and looked at the patient. Then he shook his head and whispered: "I fear there's a change for the worse, poor thing." And after a few directions he left the room as he had entered it, silently and sor­ rowfully. "When he had descended the stairs he was accosted bv a young man, who waited impatiently for his verdict. "Well?" "No hope, I fear," said the doctor. "She is gradually sinking if she has any friends you had better communicate with them." "Is there no hope?" "I am afraid none. She may linger...

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. — 16 September 1881

SAN FRANCISCO has memoralized Sena­ tor Miller, asking him to urge tlie elec. tion of a Pacific coast "man for secretary of the senate. They suggest the name of Maurice D. Borock. Iiist of letters Remaining in the Postoffice at Bismarck, D. T., Sept. 10, 1881, and if not called for in 30 days will'be sent to the Dead Letter office, Washington. D. C. Aldricb, Wm Fleseland, Arian Aurt, BJ Gangen, Jos Bradyi Chas Hilton. S Bunker, Chas S Halloaan, Thos Blackburn, King, Franklin Cane, Mrs (diessmaker) Kelly, Thos l.lwi TTinlnr Carpenter, Mrs Comstock, Elijah Casper, Henry Calkins, Collins, Jas Kirkw ood, W Lee, Bliss Christina Lawrence, Mullen, John Merritt, Carpenter, Miss Kittie Piatner, WX3 Kaney, N A Stears, Chas, Calfer, Maurice A Chesley, Nelsou Churchill, Thos Dubord Louis E Davis, S Dulude, Simeon Ellis, Alfred Easton, Ndttie Edgerton, S Forgenson, Andreas 2 Sinclair, Chas Thompson, Trepanier, Felix Tronvold, Jolian 2 Tiffo, S Wilkins, Clarence E Wells, Geo Warden, John White. S...

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 September 1881

BY LOUN8BERRY & JEWELL. THE METROPOLIS. The Main street in Bismarck has not improved this summer. No new build­ ings, excepting that of Mr, Beal, has been put up. No new business houses have gone in, but tlie trade of the city has im­ proved, enlarged and extended more goods have been sold the banks have done more business, the revenues of the postoffice have been greater more money ordeis have been issued more orders have been paid. A ride around the city will show that over two hundred build­ ings have been erected since April—not imposing or costly structures, but homes for the bone and sinew—not of wealth, but of labor, the true basis of all prosperity. Property at Bismarck, excepting in two or three blocks, and on Main street, is not very high. Good residence lots, witliiu a few minutes' walk of the post office, are sold at Irom twenty-fivfe to sev­ enty-five dollars. They are sold at these figures where little cottages costing from $250 to $450 rent from $10 to $12.50 per ...

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. — 16 September 1881

A %}7&* 0.V $ Si PHENOMENA OF DEATH. Erroneoosness of the Popular Notion as to The Death Agony—Death a Physiological Process, and It and Pain Seldom Go To­ gether. Thomas D. Spencer M. D., in popular Science 0 Monthly. It is our purpose to discuss, as briefly as possible, some most important aspects of dissolution, ^ddison says that there was nothing in history more imposing than, nothing so pleasing and affecting as, the accounts of the behavior of eminent per­ sons in their dying hours and Montaigne remarks, while speculating on death, that, of ail the passages in the annals of man­ kind, those that attracted and delighted him most were the words and gestures of dying m$n. "If I were a maker of books," he continues, "I would compile a register with comments of various deaths, for he who would teach men to die would teach them to live. There are three elements present­ ed in this fear of death: 1. The extinction of life's pleasures, interests and hopes to which the mind looks f...

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. — 16 September 1881

LINES BY THE LATE DEAN STANLEY. "Till death us part," 4 So speaks the heart When each to each repeats the words of doom Thro' blessing and thro' curse, For better and for worse, We will be one till that dread hour shall come. Life, with its myriad grasp, Our yearning soul shall clasp, By ceaseless love, and still expectant wonder In bonds that shall endure, Indissolubly sure Till God in death shall part our paths asun­ der. Till death us join, O voice yet more divine! That to the broken heart breathes hope sub­ lime Thro' lonely hours And shatterd powers We still are one, despite of change and time. Death with his healing hand, Shall once more knit the band Which needs but that one link which none may sever Till tro' the Only Good, Heard, felt and und rstood. Our life in God shall make us one forever. A REBEL EXPLOSIVE. M. S. D. in Potter's American Monthly. During Sherman's immortal achievement the march through Georgia I fell sick, and being unable any longer to sit my horse, I wa...

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. — 16 September 1881

|i0tnawb tribune. IT KA1MJ BVLLBTIX. The following, r«p*rt«4 •pMialljr for *k« TKIBCN*, ikowi 1h( MiidUM of witlur at th« r»fion» potato •••Homei, *1 i*t: Tem­ hirec pera­ liwf ture. }Vind. Teloc­ ity »f Wind. Bismarck 43 N FtSteven«*» 43 N Ft. Bnford... 50 NE Ft. Keogh... 60 NE Ft. Caatcr... 60 SE Ft. Bent*n... 62 NE DesivMi... Buford, stationary. Keogh, stationary. A beautiful maid hi Carisle On the back of her neck had a bisle, "When her lover forgot, utmU the Wemther Fresh Fresh Fresh Light Fresh Light Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear S Helen, T. 63 S Fresh Clear •. CBAHKK. 8«rge*at iienal Gsrys, V. S. A. JLOCAMJ IJBAVIXUS. And hugged the sore spot, Her screams could be heard for a misle! Prescriptions accurately compounded at all hours, at P. V. & Ce.'s no\r dru store. The steamer Black Hills passed Buford at 7 a. m. yesterday. "Old Ben" is now the property of W. E. Jones, without question. P. R. Smith will soon arrive from Moo tana with a large herd of cattle for this m...

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. — 30 September 1881

VOL. IX. TELEGRAPHIC. A Financial Statement. WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.—Checks were prepared at the treasury yesterday for $716,605 and for $34,000,214 to-day, for the redemption of bonds included in pre­ vious calls, and which have onlyjusl been presented for redemption. There are in all above $21,000,000 in bonds still out­ standing, but which have been called in, and on which interest ha* ceased. Some of these bonds should have been pre­ sented for redemption eleven years ago. Provision hai been made for the redemp­ tion ot all of them whenever presented, butjudging from the lapse of time siace interest lias been paid on some of them, there are many bonds outstanding which will never be called on to redeem. Preparing to Entertain. NEW YORK, Sept. 29.—The chamber of commerce held a special meeting this af­ ternoon to decide on arrangments for par­ ticipations iu the courtesies tendered by Gov. Cornell to the French delegation and other visitors coming to this country to take part in th...

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. — 30 September 1881

z,r p73f -yc *'&* st ^W?j mi-. ®ljc 33b ma rck Sritmne. BISMAKCK, DAKOTA dor Lamlefl Mint. The Elaborate and Beantifnl Decora­ tions in the Cemetery Where the Re­ mains are to be Deposited. IN" CLEVELAND. MORNING SCENES. Special Telegram to the Pioneer Press. CLEVELAND, O., Sept. 24.—The Cleveland & Pittsburg railroad cuts the beautiful Euclid avenue in twain. A handsome depot has been erected, and the residents of the upper part of town take the cars here. At 11 o'clock this morning soft dirges and the dull resonance of muffled drums were heard in the streets, and bodies of armed and uniformed men were seen marching toward the east, with their banners draped in mourning and festoons of crape upon their arms. The streets were crowded with teams, and the sidewalks with pedestri­ ans. Along Euclid avenue stands were erected for the accommodation of spectators, all of which were handsomely draped with crape and flags. I'he elegant mansions which line the avenue were also clad i...

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