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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1881

®(je lismarfkirUmne. THE PHILOSOPHY ^V WHUT. The road of life Is but a game, Where some athirstfor power and fame,, And some for pleasure feel— But every player does not win, Although he fairly may begin, And make a proper deal, W Some men assume tlie.part of trade, Some turn the soil with active spade, While some to wealth incline, And making into earth their way, I Bring up before the light of day, The diamond of the mine. In clubs some take an active part While some the dictates of the hear With eager zeal pursue: And, given to wine, their rtun prove, Or, trusting else in faithless love. Their disappointment lue. All have their different parts assigned, And ranks throughout the world we find, Mid people red and black, Each on the one below him leans Some rise aloft to kings and queens. Some sink to humble Jack. But, whether stationed high or low, He who his honest heart can know Free from reprovingthumps, E'en though he owns no house nor lands, That man in native glory stands, Th...

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. — 18 November 1881

vajc- itemarck iritwne. Montana Railroad ltcima. [Helena Herald, Nov. 3.] The iron horse expects to reach Butte in three weeks. The total length «f the North Pacific, when completed, will be 1,800 miles. Two thousand men and 1,600 mules are now at work on the Yellowstone divisi®n of the North Pacific. There are 200 men at work on the Butte extension of the Utah & Northern, four­ teen being at work on on each half mile of the grade between that place a,nd Sil­ ver Bow. A strip of ground at Butte, 400 by 2,000 feet in dimension, has been deeded to the Utah & Northern railroadi and en this their depot will be built. The de\?ot will be near the lower end of Main street. This morning a party will go out to the sife of the Mullen tunnel. They will bo accompanied by a Helena contractor, who is to bid on constructing buildings at the eastern opening of the tunnel. The build­ ings to be erected are a boarding house, two buildings for the workmen to sleep in a blacksmith shop. Iiove -...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 18 November 1881

tBfte IJiflttwrcK tribune. isOCAls IJEAVINUH. the man who treatsa&d goes away Csnstaadatreatsothftothef day But he who treats and then retreats. .Is victimized by bar-room beats.'- ,y Don't forget to sea fish at Charley Kupitz'. Work on the bridge will continue aa yigor oa* as ever this winter. ?. The winter bridge over the ^tissouri will be seady for use in a few day* fK The men working on the bridge were paid yesterday, and were therefore happy. Mr. Eckert, formerly telegraph operator at the bridge, is dangerously ill with typhoid «ver. J. Ganghren is on hisOantonment fmy contract, although he does not find it a' imzuinza. John, P. Rea, of Minneapolis, has pur­ chased of D. I. Bailey lot l^ Jbjoek 64, Third street. Consideration* $450. Thomas McGowan has erected recently a •neat cottage on Sixth street, which will soon -be ready for rent. It will contain eight rooms. A one hundred dollar monument for the grave of Thomas (Fox) Leonard, ordered by K. N. Griffin was received yest...

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. — 25 November 1881

THE DAYS DOINGS. A Steamboat Wreck at Sea with Thirty Twe oat of Forty Passen­ gers Lost. Tn Attempting to Squelch a Bow a Georgia Man is Shot Dead. A Turnkey Overpowered. OMAHA, NOV. 24.—J. Miller, a turnkey in the Douglass county jail, this city, was over­ powered and badly beaten by a prisoner in the insane ward, whom he attempted to quiet this morning. Two friendly prisoners vrrenched the hooks from the cell and reach­ ing through the grated door, beat the maniac till he desisted pounding Miller who then crawled to a place of safety, till assistance arrived, thus saving his life. Collision. CINCINNATI, O. NOV. 24.—The steamer D. S. Lane collided at three o'clock this morning irith the propeller M. F. Gaylord at Ashland, Ky. The Gaylord was sunk out of sight al­ most immediately and Mrs. Mead, the cook, was drowned. The restw the crew escaped with difficulty. A misunderstanding of sig­ nals is said to have been the cause of the ac­ cident. Will Think About It. WASHINGTON, NOV. 24...

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. — 25 November 1881

tfce Bismarck QrUmne. Gov. ORDWAY cites Minnesota as an illustration of reckless expenditures in thildhood. BLAINE'S testimony in the Guiteau trial exposed one of the customs of the state department. If a man wants an office he must follow the red tape and never think of asking for it himself. GOVERNOR ORDWAY, in his last report, urges an appropriation of $250,000 for the improvement of the Missouri river. Taking the past as a precedent, congress will probably see fit to cut the amount down to about $50,000. If the governor had askedPfor a million, perhaps 000 might have been given. MESSRS. BAKER and Thayer write from Lansing, Michigan that they ave certain­ ly coming west in the spring and are con­ fident a Bismarck boom of respectable dimensions can be gotten up right there in Lansing. They are much impressed .willi the advantages presented by Bis­ marck and prefer it to any point visited by them ou their recent trilowest. ROBINSON, assistant counsel for Gui­ teau, has withdrawn f...

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. — 25 November 1881

n. CLABA BELliE. What the ifharp Eyed Fashion Cor­ respondent Saw at a Ball Clar* Belle in Cincinnati Enquirer: The first ball of the season was that, given in the Casino, on Monday night, to* the French and German official visitors. 1 noted a few novelties in the way of toilet accessories displayed on that occasion. The old-fashioned bertha shape,for cloaks was numerously shown in the wraps, made deep so as to cover the shoulders as well as the neck. The favorite colors in the dresses were light pinks, satmons and blues. In the matter ot jewelry it was re­ markable that, while uiamons were as profuse as usual on matrons, there was a general absence of them on maids, or at least nothing more than solitaries. This was in accordance with the whim of the moment. On the shoulder of a belle was squatted a handsome bird, {suggesting that he had been caught roosting there and flattened by some such accident as a lover's head on the tempting spot. This was anew idea, right from Paris. The b...

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. — 25 November 1881

BY LOUNSfeBRRY JEWELL. THE DAILY TKIBUNE. ublished every morning, ^except Monday, at ismarck, Dakota, Is delivered by oatrier to all rts of the city at twentjrflve cents per week, rfl per month! SUBSCRIPTION ITATKS. One month, postage paid. .. l-M Three months, postage paid. 3.oo O.T CMJU A*iaypar 44 11 six 10,00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of tne news ot the week, both foreism and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50, RATES OF ADVERTISING, TRANSIENT: *1.00 per inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion., YKABLY CONTRACT KATB8: For contract rates apply at office, or send for "Advertising Card of Kates." WEEKLY RATES: Locals 10 cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. IP digging up more garden plants than weeds is an indication of a man's insan­ ity, How magy cra...

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. — 25 November 1881

®ljeiwmar(li®ribtttte. The State of Dakota., [Chicago Tribune.]' It is already apparent that the question of the admission of Dakota into the un­ ion, will be one of the most important subject before the torty-seventh congress. If the democrats shall attempt to defeat or postpone the Dakota bill, as it is now said they are resolred to do, the contest over it may easily assume a significance •which will make it the chief measure of the session. As the contests over the ad­ mission of Arkansas and Mtchigan, Flor­ ida and Iowa, California and Oregon, and the settlement of conditions for the terri­ torial governments of Kansas and Ne braskamide successive sessions memo­ rable before the was, it is possible that the Dakota question may be the engros­ sing subject of debate the coming win ter. Southern jealousy of northern aggran­ dizement is *again cropping out and though there is no longer the old roason for resisting, a 'loutreuce, the admission of a northern state without a southern m...

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. — 25 November 1881

ftfye gigmortbgrilmne. A Great Industry. The canning of vegetables is a subject of vital interest to exery man, woman and child in the territory. In the thriv ing towns, where farms do not yield a sufficient supply to satisfy the healthy ap­ petite sharpened by fresh air blowing over the plains, there is a demand tot this line of goods. Fishing in the fickle Mis •ouri must at times proven a 'precarious pastime. On the banks of that tortuous stream wherever the wood-pile comes in io view, there the lonely "wood hawk' stands readv on the brink, impatient to enter on the little transaction with the clerk of which the little cans of vegeta­ bles form an important element. At Pop­ lar Creek and Wolf Point the "fair maid of the forest" cheerfully receives the brightly labelled can& her arms becom­ ing inconveniently full before the bargain is fully accomplished between her. liege lord aud the officer of the boat. The sight of the delicious condiments is a pleasure to the frontier sold...

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. — 25 November 1881

', 'tf~, P|^T4 ^&J* ®fje $i0marck tribune. CURRENT C0MBEHT8. WOBIJD'S fair at Rome in 1885. A GUITEAU's Beting should be pat down as a farce. SAN FBANCISOO is enjoying earthquake shocks. IF Bismark wants to retire, why not let him do so? LOGAN and Mahone is a St. Louis paper's ticket for 1884» DICK LITTLE, one of the James boys pals, has been aarested. PBE3LDENT ABTHUB is preparing his first an­ nual message to congress. SENATOB LOGAN'S 17-year old son will enter Harvard college next year. COLFAX is lecturing to crowded houses on 'Our Martyred Presidents." THEBE is so much snow in Russia that it is impossible to sow winter wheat. THE New York Sun comes out for" Arthur for president in 1884. Sarcasm. AT Grand Rapids, James river valley, there is ten inches of snow on the level. OVER 2,300,000 bushels of j)eanuts were raised in the United States this year. DOWN in Illinois they are working up a sort of Logan boom for president in 1884. THESE is good sleighing at Fargo, while at Bi...

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. — 25 November 1881

Slje $t$marck iritmnc. THE METROPOLIS The sale of the Peninah takes place at 10 o'clock next Monday, Joseph Hare, city justice, has returned to the city hall where he may be found from 10 a, m. till 3 p. m. V* The ladies of the Episcopal Church Guild will meet for work this afternoon from two to five o'clock, at the Rector's residence. The Ladies Christian Union will meet at Mrs. Lucy Bailey's this afternoon from two to .fivep. m., for sewing for the poor. All ar invited to attend. To illustrate what investment in real es­ tate does in Bismarck, Mr. Richards is get­ ting 41 per cent on hist investment on one house and two lots in the outskirts of the City. Clerk Angevine,of the.North Pacific transfer boat, .was around last evening looking for a a good sized valise in which to pack a shirt and a clean pair of socks for a. few weoks •visit east. About forty couple attended the ball given by the band at the Sheridan House last even­ ing. Dancing continued until a late hour this morning...

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. — 2 December 1881

VOL. IX. THE NEWS. Brads treet favors'the admission of Da­ kota. Over 420,000 immigrants have arrived at Castle Garden this year. San Francisco contributed over $20,000 to fte Garfield monument fund. The Black Hills Herald uses Western Union triegraph blanks for wrappers. Delegate Pettigrew will mak&a strong effort towards Dakota's division. Whitelaw Reld draws $6,000 per year as an editor and $85,000 as a husband. Hot Springs, Ark., is to have water works, a $40,000 opera house and a $50,000 hotel. Guiteau says he can make $50,000 a year lecturing, now that he has made a reputa flzoirfor himself. Guiteau says if found insane by the jury, "I should be taken to an asylum, I suppose— vntil I could get out." There are now six. vacancies on the retired Est of the army. These will be filled upon lite assembling of congress. Wonder if the Chicago Times thinks it is doing the people of Dakota any service by laboring division and not admission? Capt. Kennedy, of the White Star line, was...

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. — 2 December 1881

Ibe Bismarck ©rilmuc. On to the,Pacific, Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune. MILES CITY,, M. T., NOV. 29.—Yester­ day was the most joyous day Miles City ever saw, because at nooa the first rail­ road train rolled into the city. Col Clough was warmly congratulated by Gen. Anderson, and there was a general handshaking all around. Col. Beausen wein and Phil Whinston being conspicu­ ous. The bands of the city in the even­ ing paraded the streets, and everybody was wild with excitement. John Smith's place was more than crowded with a happy throng, and "hurrah for the North Pacific" was beard on every hand. Miles X'ity is now a railroad town, and will be virtually the end of the road this winter, although track will be laid some distance beyond Keogh. A HAPPY PEOPLE. Sunday was so warm that carpenters and laboring men worked without coats and some without vests, while th^ sun shone with a June heat. Main street, leading to the end of the track, was com tinually black with pedestrians, ...

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. — 2 December 1881

LIGHTKIK& BOD§. As forest trees in a prairie country de aive much of their value by performing fte functions of lightning rods in chang­ ing the electrical status of the lower cur lemts of atmosphere from a positive to a negative condition, thereby creating an affinity between the lower negative and fee upper positive currents' which always ^facilitates a commingling: of these differ­ ently charged currents and results, gen­ erally in cloud making and rainfall, it Bee^ssarialy follows that in the absence of loceft a reasonable diffusion of genuine steel lighting rods would answer a similar jwrpose. There can be no rational doubt that if every householder in this or any other jnirie country were to place an effective lightning rod upon his house, barn and •titer valuable buildings, so that an ex­ tensive area of couatry were brought voder their conducting influence, tt -would afford an entire and certain pro­ tection against lightning not only to the buildings on which they were ...

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. — 2 December 1881

®l)cli9tttflrckiribunc. BY LOUNSBERRY A JEWELL. THE DAILY TKIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday^ at Bismarck. Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-live cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid Three months, postage paid Six QQe vear THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing sf summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50, _______ RATES OF ADVERTISING, TRANSIENT* $1.00 per inQh first insertion 50 cents for second and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT RATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for "Advertising Card of Rates." WEEKLY RATES: Locals 10 THE THE IT cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Hrevier type. 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. Black Hills Pioneer will issue a large New Year edition of* twelve pages. Deadw...

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. — 2 December 1881

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. TABOO has several cases of small pox. Ik Baltimore 200 horses have died of pink eys. Gen. Grant has 000. BOSTOH forbids places. a life insurance of $100,- smoking at its pooling EI-GOVEBNOB Morgan is said to be worth $12,000,000. SMAIJ-POX has Minneapolis. made its appearance., in TTATTO frost last week in Soath Carolina has blighted, to some extent the cotton crop. THE Salem Sunbeam thinks that if all the good people die young heaven must be full of good servant girls. CXBUS W. FIELD bought the New York Ex­ press just to get the associated press fran­ chise, paying therefor $175,000. THESE is much conjecturing in England as to the meaning of the attitude of the United States in South American affairs. CATTLE men in the northwest who have watched the signs of the weather for many seasons, say that the winter will be a mild one. WAIITEB SEXMOVB, a youth employed in tobacco factory in Baltimore, narrowly es­ caped death from drinking a sweet smelling cigar flavori...

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. — 2 December 1881

I*v«« 1 TELEGRAPHIC $? .^,-w Monday's Proceedings. .Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: WASHINGTON, NOV. 28.—When the court -opened Mrs. Scoville resumed her testimony She described Guiteau's actions in 1878, and said he ought then tohave been in an .insane asylum. After some further testimony direct examination closed and cross-examination postponed for the present. John W. Ouiteau, brother of the prisoner was next examined. He had not been on good terms with his brother for years but had no doubt of his sanity un.il he received some letters in Octo­ ber. Since he had come here and had seen his brother in the court room and jail he had become satisfied that he was insane. On be­ ing cross-examined the witness admitted.that before he had come to Washington he had always, in talking of the case, said he belieued his brother was responsible. He be .lieved him responsible, but not sane. Re sponsible bocause, as1 he thought, at some period of his life the prisoner had voluntarily sur...

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. — 2 December 1881

Jf. •V:vt), \nv\-^ «v BlflTED BUSS. .v'^vi llie Marriage of*mi&&ld Time Bis marckerlfcyih^itev. Father Cawidy. The Event IKide XSonspicaons by the Number j£Eeseat &n$i Presents Hade. A Good Time atMandan. One of the most enjoyable social affairs of the season was the MoBratney-Butler wedding Thursday Nov.24. Mr. McBrat ney is an oldytried and* true rsside it of the west was formerly atiBismarck but for the past two years lias lired and tran­ sacted bttsiaeas in this city, wli«re his friends are only numbered by his ac­ quaintances. .The weddingrceremony was performed at tb« Catholic .-church. Rev. Cassidy officiating, and. was very largely attended. Tomuay Mahar acted as groomsman, and Miss Maty Lyons, of Bismarck, s.s bridesmaid. Xt 10 o'clock a 5®AND KECIETI0IT was given s.t the ho ne of-Mr. and Mrs. McBratney, where a large -concourse of warm friends assembled and gave evi dence of their ,good wishes for the newly wed led pair by* tbeir offerings of numer ous valuable...

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 December 1881

Sty? JK$tttatt!t ©ritoroe. WEATHEB BULLETIN. The following, reported specially for the THIBUNK, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned, at 9:26 las! eyeulug. Observations at all statious taken the same moment of time: Temp- Direc­ pera- tion of ture. Winds. Station. Bismarck. ... Ft.Stevenson Ft. Biuord.... Ft. Keoeh Ft. Ouster,... FtJBeutori...., Deariwood,... Helena 16 NE 10 0 18 NW 29 SE Buford, closed. Keogh, channel clear. There is no more small-pox in the oity. Bismarck was fortunate to get through with one case. Capt. J. C. Barr caught on to the Steele boom to the extent of a couple of choice lots Tuesday. It is olaimed that the best town on the Yel­ lowstone will be Coulson, where the railroad crosses the river. It will be useless for the hotels to give sup­ per to-night as everybody is going to eat at the M. E. church. Capt. E. Williams, pilot of the Montana was run over by a railroad train and nearly killed a short time since. The Land League wi...

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 December 1881

VOL. IX. GUITEAU'S GALL. He Still Wy Enough Left to Tell Judge Porter He Had Bettter Shut Hit Month. Scoville Becomes Enraged at John W. Guiteau for Interfering in the Ca«e. Hi— Julia H. Wisbon, Cousin of the Prisonpr, Testifies to Guiteau's Sanity. John Guiteau Told by the Assassin He Had Better Go Back to Boston. What a Chicago Man, Who Wants a Free Pass to Washington Knows Abont Guiteau. His Cousin Testifies. Special Dispatch to th* Datlv Tribune: WASHINGION, Dec. 8 —When the Gui­ teau court assembled Mrs. Julia M. Wibon, of Leadville, a cousin of the pris­ oner, testified that she k»ew L.W. Gui­ teau from her earliest recollection he •was her uncle. The witness then gave a most feeling aecount of the life apd char­ acter of her mother, Mrs. Maynard, who, it had been alleged by the detense, had died insane, but who really died from pneumonia. Her mother was noted for a ovely disposition and Christian character, and her virtues are remembered and spoken of till this day. The depos...

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