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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1881

(Wf cr 3K* He tsmarck Sritmite. ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH^ The Caucus.*-' '"''4 WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.—Brownlow of Ten­ nessee, was appointed for doorkeeper, and a resolution was adopted to retain disabled union soldiers as doorkeepers. Mr. Charles Ford, Missouri, was nominated for speaker, Gilbert Delamatere of Indiana, clerk of the house Leo Crandall, Washington, D. C., sergeant-at-arms H. Martin .Williams of Missouri, doorkeeper, and W. H. C. Moore of Pennsylvania, for postmaster. Secret Trials. ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 3.—A decree has been published providing that all trials for crimes against the state will, as thought specially calculated to excite the people,shall be held with closed doors. Only officials and wife or one direct relative of the accused will be admitted. Got Aicag. Los NAGAS, N. M., Dec. 3.—Seven pris­ oners, including John J. Webb, under life sentence for murder, and David Rudabaugh escaped from jail here this a. m. Rudabaugh was tfie member of the notorious "Billy the Ki...

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 December 1881

'IP* & v^r^* 111. 1 1 -y.: "£f- R~ V' ,*'*l ®ljefwma«h tribune. ATIITM at Keogb. Special Correspondence of the Daily Tribune, FORT KEOGH, NOV. 30.—To-day the great event,is signalized by the arrival at this point in the Yellowstone valley ©f the North Pacific railroad in its rapid strides to the Pacific coast. The track was finished to the post at 11 o'clock a. to-day, and the echo of the cannon shots that go rumbling down the valley— as the salute in honor ot toe event is being fired— ings the pleasant requiem to long and wearisome trips and hard and ardu­ ous marches to and lrom Bismarck. The advent of the North Pacific in the Yellowstone valley is hailed with joy and delight, and as the iron horse proceeds on his NORTHWESTERN COURSE, he is looked upon with an honest, sinctre pride, emauating from the hearts of those vho have cast their all in the common let of this new country, which, at no dis­ tant day is destined to become an import­ ant part in our great commonwealth. Gen...

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 December 1881

Iljc ffemarcfcfrilnwe. BY LOUN8BERRY A JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by earrier toaU parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, orfl per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid.... £22 Three months, postage paid 3.00 fijT o.uu One year. ..10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. £isht pages, containing a 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, TBAKSIENT: $1.00 per inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEAKLY CONTRACT BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for •'Advertising Card of Bates." WEEKLY BATES: Locals 10 cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. DAKOTA DIVISION. Mr. Windom has introduced in the senate and Mr. Pettigre...

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 December 1881

le Stdtttattk Slrtbunc. THE 1EW8. luth is talking a $100,000 hotel. Kilpatrick, minister to Chili, died at Sunday last. _e Dakota free school for deaf and dumb ow in full blast at Sionx Falls. is reported that the poet, Longfellow, is atened with cancer in the nose. Moses Taylor is the "richest merchant in ew York. He is rated at $40,000,000. It is understood that the six governors of "ew England are all total abstainers. Scoville's hypothetical question and the in­ sanity of Guiteau are two different things. The Argus says that Fargo i* losing $10,000 daily on account of the small-pox epidemic. The authorities of the Vatican have re jected an application to put a telephone in that palace. "I see there is to be a transit of Venus in 1882. Keep a front seat for me."—Charles Francis Adams. If Guiteau knew the nature of his act at the time he fired the fatal shot,the people want him to be hanged. "Punch with care," etc. Mr. Burn and, the editor of Punch, is the happy father of fourteen...

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 December 1881

TELEGRAPHIC truiteau Declares Himself.. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: WASHINGTON, DCC. 2.—When the court opened morning Guiteau_announced his intention not to answer questions on sub­ jects already gone over. Witness believed in the personal existence of Deity and devil and when the impulse to remove th presi­ dent seized him he wrestled and prayed to find if it came from the Lord or the devil, and had it not been for the political situa­ tion and evident necessity for his removal foir the good of the country and the Amer­ ica people, witness would not have shot the president, but would not have believed the impulse was prompted by the devil. Wit­ ness was then asked, "Are you insane at all?" and he replied, "I am not an expert. Let these experts and the iury decide thai." Be­ ing pressed for his opinion th© WITNESS DECLINED TO ANSWJEB. At this point he became irritable and angry. Finally, in reply to a question aa to whether he had laid in waiting for the presi­ dent,he de...

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 December 1881

THE REVIEW. Thieves Captured. When navigation closed there were about 150 tons of government freight for llaginnis that could not be forwarded, and was therefore ordered 'to be stored at Fort Lincoln. A later order called for the shipment of these goods via rail to the end of the track, from thence to Ma gjnnis. Thursday night last it seems the teams were loaded at Lincoln bound for Bismayck, and placed in charge of the sentinel at the guard house. During the night some packages of cigars were opeued and several boxes taken. Just how many cannot be determined until ad­ vices aae received from Maginnis. Sat­ urday a sergeant in Lieut. Chance's com­ pany told him that he had. seen a man enter Mr. L\ nch's saloon at Poiut Pleas­ ant and offer to sell some cigars. Word also came from Bismarck that there was also stolen cigars offered in town. In regard to the latter it seems that a man brought some cigars to Mr. Truax, and offered to sell them at a low figure. Mr. Truax, told him to unl...

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 December 1881

fbe Ufemarck Sritmtie. THE METROPOLIS Christmas comes on Sunday this year and will be celebrated on Monday. There will be great attractions at the old a tag* company's office to-night. The Lyceum meeting last evening was the best attended of any of the season. Don't forget the treat to-night to be given by the Ladies' Christian Union. Only SO -cents. Oysters, meats, sauces, cakes, etc. James Nolan, on Fourth street, has one of the best cooks in the country, which is the secret of the good meals one can get at that restaurant. The Fargo Argus wishes it distinctly un­ derstood that there is no small-pox in Fargo, notwithstanding Judge Hudson adjourned court on account of it. Mike McLear is now one of the city police, the council seeing fit to place him in the po­ sition formerly occupied by Cordon, at their meeting Wednesday night. Those wishing anything in the way of new novelty designs for advertising hol­ iday goods can find something at the TBEBUNE office that will open their eyes...

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 December 1881

v-*r-± GUITEAU. Demands Money from Office Holders Who Gained Position Through Him or He'll Tell. Thinks He Isn't Very Much Sup­ pressed This Morning if He Does Look so. aYou u\ Miserable Whelp to Come in Here and Make Me Out a Book Agent." Was Preaching the Gospel and I Sold My Own Produc­ tions." The Prisoner's Surprise When Grant, [Conkling and Arthur Denounced His Act and Him. Guiteau. Special Dispatch of the Daily Tribune. WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 15.—Guiteau opened court this morning by calling atten­ tion of the court to the fact that sabae mem­ bers of the court were not accustomed to "wholesome food, and asking that they be walked four or five miles each morning before breakfast. Judge Cox replied that the court would at­ tend to the wants of the jury. K, M. Justice, a lawyer of Logans port, Ind., met the prisoner in 1878. The prisoner was selling a book,. The Life of Moody. Guiteau interrupted, "You are mixing me up with some one else, sir." Witness continued, but was again ...

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. — 16 December 1881

,KV The Goitesn Trial. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: WASHINGTON, Dec. 12.—When the court convened Dr. E. C. Spitz of* New York, was called as an expert witness. He had made a study of mental diseases a specialty and had been called* to* testify as an expert abont twenty-five times. Witness examined pris­ oner in jail yesterday and was satisfied that he is insane. Witness considered the main features of the prisoner's case a tenT dency to the formation of delusive opinions and marked projects and strong indications of imbecility of judgment and mind. I have np other evidence than the expression of the face and I have no doubt but that he is a moral imbecile or moral monstrosity. Wit­ ness was closely cross questioned and the fact developed was that he is a veterinary surgeon. AFTEBBBCESS. As soon as the court was called to order Guiteau, with flashing eyes and nervous ut­ terances shouted out. "there area good many poodle dogs in the press and I want to ex­ press my contempt...

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 December 1881

W" of the ISem- hi at Dr. Beatley's BMldenee. Twenty-live yean ago, on the 12th inst., at Vsribault, Minn., Wm. A. Bentley and fmmn White were nnited in marriage by Iter. M.L. Noble. Tim* in pasting on brought tte caree, the griefs, th,e joys and the respon­ sibilities incident to the early days of mar ned life. Life no doubt with them has been found a struggle, but in the charming daugh­ ters, just budding into womanhood, in the manly son of whom much may well be expected, and in the silver linings of the clouds that like the years have passed on, there is compensation. There was compensation for years of anxi­ ety, for years of struggling in the 25th anni­ versary. They had invited their, friends to join with them in celebrating that occasion. Their elegant house was thrown open and tin best in the market had been provided for ttfe entertainment of their guests. Every room in the house was occupied by friends who came to show their appreciation of these worthy people, and to tende...

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 December 1881

BY LOUN8BERRY & JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by earner to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, or 1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid Three months, postage paid six One year. WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50, .$ 1.00 3.00 5.00 .. 10.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING, TRANSIENT: #1.00 per inch 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 cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. THE Bismarck TRIBUNE is a "daisy," says our nneapelis namesake. Couldn't have paid a more fitting...

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 December 1881

ii0marck®tUmtc. THE STEWS. Goii. FORNBT IS dead. ft, »v :t, EX-OONOBESSICAN Banning is dead* 0 EX-CONGBKSSMAN ROBEBT S. BJULE is dead. CoKGBisa will do little until after the holi­ days. THB public domain amoats to 1,163,946,448 acres. PUENTX of snow between Helena and Deer Lodge. THE Apaches are creating a disturbance in Arizona. SELFISH egotism is all the insanity Guiteau ever had. WOLVES are devouring sheep in northern W isconsin. Glendive survived its first prayer meeting this week. IT is said that over 7,000 men are at work for Villard. WHEAT speculation should be made a busi­ ness by itself. A OBtrsADE has been inaugurated against Don Cameron. NEW YORK has ordered a close inspection of all theatres. THE Chicago Times now believes Guiteau ought to hang. ,, THE mills recently burned in Minneapolis are to be rebuilt. A NEW YORK special says that Col. Henry 6. Stebbins is dead. Cot. JOHN W. FOBNEY, the noted journalist, is at the point of death. ABOUT 580 is the latest estimate of...

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 December 1881

BISSABCK'S FLTlJiE. Bismarck's fa ure depends apcm the de­ velopment of thecountry tributary to it It depends upon the growth of the great northwest. When hundreds of teams 'daily are to be seen on our streets with farm produce when our business houses are crowded from morning until night with the people from the surrounding country when the hotels are overrun with people from the east looking for houses when cattle and sheep range ever and practically| coyer our fertile plains, then will be realized the high hopes that have been raised for this city. In all of the United States there is not an inland town better located, or a point that may with more safety count upon future greatuess and steady growth. The past season has witnessed improve­ ments almost unparalleled over 250 build­ ings having been erected, while property has increased in value over 100 per cent. And for next year the eutlook is bright indeed. At least twelve brick business houses, where now there are but two, hav...

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 December 1881

HOWTABTA. Heme Interesting Ticurei from the Beport of Gen. Tbe Washington correspondent of the Butte Inter-Mountain sends the following as ao extract of ex-Surveyor General Mason's report to congress regarding Montana: The exterior boundaries of sixteen town­ ships situated in t^ie Judith Basin, in the tributaries of the Musselshell and the Yellow­ stone, have been run, and twenty-one town­ ships in the same locality have been sub-run during the fiscal year ending June 30,1881. The total costs of surveys for the year was $14,434.44 expense of inspecting Bame, $281 and office expenses $6,998.02. One hundred and sixty-seven surveys of lode and placer claims were returned and ap­ proved. Two hundred and six orders for surveys were issued. The report states that the supply of agri­ cultural products is now limited by the local demand. As transportation facilities in creaes, large tracts of land, some of which are now considered worthless,*will be placed under cultivation, and the day is...

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 December 1881

.. 1 mmtk i". ij MACIC WONDER. The Transformation Which Six Years Have brought About in the "Golden Northwest." A&Changre from a Barren Plaine to Pleasant Valleys Filled With .,.•/•,:• Prosperous Settlers. Where Once the Indian Roamed as Monarch King, Now Glides the Iron Horse. The Northwest. •. me. There is so much to write about in these parts, that the only trouble is to know where lo begin. The northwest de­ velops so fast we can hardly keep pace •with it. You will remember the days of the Custer massacre only six years ago, when between Bismarck and the Yellow­ stone valley lay an unbroken country oc cupied only by savages and wild beasts Six years have elapsed, and behold the change. A railroad lined with towns and settlements commerce that will compare favorably with many parts of tbe east.and the ringing of church bells where only was heard the hooting of owls, the crying of cuyotes and the whoops of savage wai riors. It seems almost incredible, "but it is nevertheless t...

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. — 23 December 1881

,YOL. IX THE LOCAL LAY-OUT. A Thorough Shuffle, Fair Deal, and a Goodly Number of Cranky Players. Ex-County Commissioner Emmons Comelto the Front Again With Tirade on Tax Payer." Which Same he Believes to be the Deputy Register of Deeds and County Clerk. A Card Advocating the Organization of a Bismarck Chamber of 1 Commerce. Church ^Services at Bly's Mine—To Night's Christmas Tree—Personal and Local Scraps.] More Ammunition Wasted, EDITOR TBIBUNE.—Your paper reached my office yesterday wioh its columns heavily freighted with news and other matter,among which I find a long-winded tirade of insinua­ tion* at me, and signed "A.Tax Payer". At first I was dazed at the brilliancy^of his fire, bnt as the .smoke lifted I gazed npon the griz­ zled face of the old veteran behind the bat­ tery with his month about as full of public teats as any in­ dividual that walks Dakota. First he is depu­ ty register of deeds second, deputy county clerk third, deputy clerk of the court. He answers questio...

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. — 23 December 1881

t- X. .7 'Xib,. V~v Ktghtalaf Jerkera' jrulMree. X_ SpedalDispatch tOthe DaUy!ttib^Mi~ Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune, WASHINGTON, Deo. 19.—'The criminal court opened at 11 o'clock this morning, and Qui-" teau was escorted to his seaftjy the officers. An announcement was made immediately afterwards of the death of Juryman Hobb's wife, and oourt adjourned until Wednesday. SPONJKO HIS CASE. Sooville is reported as saying he thinks Guiteau is spoiling his case so far as he can. He does not seem able to sea what may oome from the questions Scoville asks the witnesses^ and when he lays the foundation for contra­ dicting the witness, Guiteau does positive in­ jury to himself and spoils the whole thing by correcting the witness on the spot, and put­ ting him on his guard. This has been the case in regard to tne witness Shaw, For ex­ ample, Scoville says in reference to Mrs. Dunmire that he can prove she said at the time of lier divorce, to Dr. Barker, of New York, that she thought s...

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. — 23 December 1881

v^**" JLtit 4 ^Ar* ADMTIOHAL TELEGRAPH i'g 7 a- Golteu. Special IJitpateh to the Daily Tribune: :, WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—Dr. Hamilton con­ tinued his testimony in the Guiteau case. The prisoner constantly interrupted, abasing the witness and the counsel for both sides. Occasionally he would branch off on his in­ spiration theory^ and rattle on for some min­ utes on his oft repeated harrangde on the subject of irreeifltable pressure. The witness did not think the prisoner insane. Dr. Wor­ cester, another expert, in answer to both di­ rect and hypothetical questions,gave it as his opinion that the prisoner was entirely re­ sponsible for his acts. "tV, AFTEB BECESS. Dr. Worcester again took the stand, when Guiteau insisted on being heard, and with some impatience said: "I want it under­ stood that on the 3d of July I gave Col. Cork hill and his reporter, in a two hours' inter­ view, my views on this whole subject of in­ spiration, the political situation, and all of the causes that impe...

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. — 23 December 1881

^gWg* h. %&£- vy-,i%t *V Zffi* -r- V£r sf v* ^0^ §&&*- 4 .f* *,r if?K '^h '**.,r$*'•&> Mm&iJ?# |A §£$£ fclje 5i0marck®ribtttw. ttB YOU PUBLJC »FIMTKP THE TRIBUNE wishes to remind thoge fRfbrested in the growth ef Bismarck that it costs a great deal of money to run a daily newspaper, and to express the hope that those who wish to see the city prosper and the country seHBed up, will do their part toward sustaining the daily. THE TRIBUNE does not care to adopt either of the methods quite common to newspapers, and therefore has not begged* or bulldtatid, but wishes its olaims to patronage tq be considered on their mer­ it. Tli|£ the p&per is a credit to the city, and of value to the country, will not be disputed, and it is to be hoped that its patron aye will be sufficient to justify the continuation of the present size. With business in every branch increasing, and the bright prospects for the future before us, is it good policy to oblige the news­ paper—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. — 23 December 1881

MISSOURI'S VALLEY. A Paper Presented for the Considera­ tion of the Missouri River Im­ provement Convention. The Extent of the Mighty Muddy as Compared with Other Great Rivers. Climate of the Missouri Valley, Rain fell and Area of Excel­ lent Land. The Average Temperature Seven De­ grees Warmer at Fort Benton than at St. Paul. Conclusive Reasons Why There Should he Large Appropriations for the River's Improvement. The Plea. At the Missouri river improvement Convention, held at St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 29,1881, L. E. Cooley, ef St. Charles, pre tented a very able paper, from which some veiy interesting facts are gleaned. He said: "The Missouri basin is the most interesting and important, the least known and the best abused of the four grand divisions of the Mississippi valley. It is scarcely a.'generation since our knowledge ol' this basin, and it is still so in part, was confined to the stories of ex­ plorers and adventurers. These accounts were uniformly dark, and unrelieved by those ...

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