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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1882

'$tl EfK tfPis ffr Miff 181 l§& WSJ^S THE ATTITUDE OF FOR- S*$$§BR .c IN THE[ RAILWAY WAB.^ 1 $%dn'tBuili i* fa fft Hallways Himself, Nor Permit Any One Else to—Wash- :. Advices—Miscella­ neous Telegran^^^^^^Ji Flfhtinf it Out.1 Hew YOBK, Deo. 9.—The conference be­ tween the presidents and managers of the northwestern roads was resumed thia mom ing at the Windsor hotel. After a session of two hour^all the matters in dispate were re­ ferred to a committee formed of one repre­ sentative of each road, and the meeting ad­ journed until 3:30 p. m. Monday. .The cdtni mittee consisted of Porter, Hoghitt, Merrill and Cable. Milhanlc says it is very improb­ able that the committee appointed will ac­ complish anything, as the Omaha road re­ newed the request that aportion of the Chip pewa road be leased to the Omaha by the St. Paul road. The oommittee are Instructed to thoroughly examine all matters, in dig? pute and report to the, full committee on Monday afternoon. prj The members of th...

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 December 1882

1 Sulbs. J. H. RICHARDS. S§E. M, FOL^I%aPW)prietor. If -J ,"• •&<•. ^u* 4 y-f fcV For Church arid Funeral Offerings, on wire designs of flat or standing Crosses, Wreaths, Anchors, Hearts, Sickles, Broken Columns, Pillows, Gates Ajar, Odd Fel­ low and Masonic Emblems, furnished on sort notice and at reasonably low rales, delivered to any pari of the city, or packed securely and delivered at the express office. WINTER BLOOMING PLANTS Carnations, Chinese Primroses, Clirysantheums, Fuschias, Roses, Heliotrope, Calla Lillies, Bagonias, etc. These plants are especially prepared for winter blooming, and can be delivered to any part of the city in the most extreme cold weather, or acked to go long distances as safely as in midsummer. Tuber Rose and Hyacinth Twelve young and healthy plants '»y mail, postpaid to any address, for $1.00 LAWN AND WINDOW VASES. •.. Washington Pots, Fancy Painted Pots, Plain Pots, Hanging Baskets, etc. House and Budding Plants. Flower Beds planted to order ...

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 December 1882

%rd -rk t-.. :W #J S- I: 4V TJ ^s-s. «m $ I,. v,*! "75f ,f Inhere, by. us. jvrpiim tes#£,?.S a -A'* j'-'i}'- Our line of Christmas and New Year cards cannot be surpassed and 'will be sold at remarkably low prices. Our stock of childrens' toy blocks and |i books is carefully selected, and call your particular rs^Mlitteiitiei^to our music boxes which are the celebrat Kealy $wiss box and are only handled line of Meerchaui Pip and Cigarette Holders also a fine line of Amber dor Cases- of all kinds and at all prices Jewel Cases and Diaries in pat variety, -. r: 'tfif W6'wish to tender* the ladiesand gentlemen oi Bismarck our hearty thanks for their patronage since otitf advent in the Banner City,^and we shall always endeavor to deserve it by selling the best goods at fair prices. We are here to stay, and are ready to *•1 l'•' 2T.2Sfj« i#| -••a?* ta^Jw-ffipgiMsS efforts to please and close attention to ^business to me- tropolis. In order togive entire satisfaction, we have means business:...

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 December 1882

VOL. X. 7 iSP a (EST. KEWM AKIi NOXTH PAomo Btook 45K preferred.BR. THB legislature of DtkoU meets on the 9th of January. •. VI TBB Jamdtown street railway oompany has received ita certificate of incorporation. F»OM the fact of Gladstone's long term of pnblio service, it is thought he most have Ohio blood in his veins. Tas Grand Forks Plaindealer ibojn its enterprise by printing a very intelligible di­ agram oi the late big fire. j- THB Minneapolis Journal thinks nothing bnt the nomination of Gen. Sheridan will save the republican party in 1884. WHILK the pious people of Dakota are praying for some snow to m-ike sleighing for Christmas, the eastern papers are talking about"poor snow-buried Dakota." JUJDGB EXPUNGES, of/Elk Point, will this winter ciit seventy-fiveor one hundred oords of wood from trees which he set oat on bis farm near that town ten or twelve years ago. THB St. Paul and Minneapolis papers evi­ dently don't think it worth whileto correct their re^eut nonsense about 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. — 22 December 1882

., Ahd "-r"* x'.-' 1"^ -«.&.*•, y--3 ",- now thcittandanpioneer come* Toot boldly and appeal* to fee citizens of that town to wake up and pat away the petty jealousies nawexisUag anddo as other towos do, bo4m. lt isa well known fact that the feeling of enmity existing between the tiro ends of die town across the rfverhas donemoehtewani retarding the growth of that town and discouraged Many capitalist* who went there to invest. At Fargo, at StPanl and elsewhere thr fact is reported, mad passed frommouth te month, that Man^!l|^|tlde4 agauutf itself. Some even audmodiousbiblicai comparisons. The' Honeet isgivittfiti readers./good advice, aof/to Jrtrep, the fdrooot its arguments s»ys:: "Ijftf lm»ining an' Unmistak«ht»2sct that'ty^. M'0-1 Im our merchanteand business men-take stepelookingto aidesworgittl^^^ii^: amore umtedeffortinmatterspertajning to the commdn intertst,Mandin'1s afa^r «& promising future. will h«ti^t*r^, 4«l^ aomeof the bestopportiaiities missedto make ouigel ve...

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 December 1882

k-c-i XNdWS ABOUT OOSNSm. litentni^FJi^dAl.Troobles.at GodloVe S. Orfli—Crimea, Etc. && W 1 f' A' Die. Ifc-Ih tiie *?ate, a ^naolatiaa to print42,000 copies of ttie tap! commission report was adopted.—Tb* i^pmli ^spoliation bill W debated and J|P^jfej^^'g»niftdwi|iottfot the Pendje •^ton diil service reform bill wasresn med, but /^without Anal action^ fa the Jhoos*. after «Mong discussion, a mo :. Jetton that Dr. H. MeLsan be sworn in as a member.of tbe oid second (now the ninth) o" ^distriqt',«t?iUiyouri, ftf the unexpired-term tor late- Thomas -Allen* v» carriedand MeLSaatpbt 'bkssat.—4 billwas reported ^rsnawrii^' thebnrdens -of the American mer t$t chant marine.-—The postoffiee. bill wasdis bsjUwed at greatlength, and an amendment adopted adding $25,000 to the appro ••s qjpriation for:y ttaW 'roote ^sSrvibs.—A res­ olution offered by Duuell was toteueting'tbe "ways and means to,investigate tbe^ allegation that (^internalrevenueoolleotors on the northern frontierreoeive l...

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 December 1882

•'wWf^KlFbwM' ABdUfr OOL |fcf t~ $ 4 Congressional—Intereetinff North Pole IlteiMifi!#l!|i#^^Meu^ Fafl*0fftoKt%0f Godlove S. 3m Orth—Grimes, Etc. wlmVI ivC' PttB '^INOOKMAI, DM. W,--In IT* FCMW ^wohtfan to print42,000 oopies of tb» tariff ,"•.epmmiesion npott was.. adopted.—The c-| Ranch spoliation billwaax debated and |pa«ed»|^J1^6iai of tbe Pendje Irton d^Twr^MnbtmUtt was resumed, but v^vitboBt|nal aetton*^ j1 ID tba )kmak, aftar silong aiseussioh,a mo :. tkm that, Dr. EL McLean be sworn inas a memlm.oftt*old seoond (now thenitith) -^diatrjot4(^MiMOfiri» ft* the unexpired: term fil thvlitt Thomas Allen, waa earried and MeJ^eanto64' ^l»peat.- T-A.billwaalrepprted mret^ovit^theburdensoftbeAmeriean mer eha&t marine!—The postoffieebillwasdis jj.euased rat great length, andanamendment adopted «dding $25,000 to tbe appro­ priation for the. routeserviCe.—A res '^olution offered by Duuell sikiai ^"adopted, instructing the waya .and jaeans eommitteetoinveetigat« tbe allegation that int...

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 December 1882

ijgp?" $&8& mrnmm BesBSaggm&.-g&fa* Wf0$y^ eiS U- "t ir* IV49UNHIIIBV JIWILL S THE DAILY TREBJJNK "w-w* «$«» per, week, month. t nmmmnmos ratmb. -One month .postage paid.... 9 MO -hrse months .postage paid 8.00 tiiw .- 6.00 Unayev, 1M». 2S?l THKWEEKLY TRIBUNE. Sight pages. -conuminga-Miininary of the news ot itFe^e^toth fofelgnand locaU pub­ lished erery Friday, seat, postage-paid, to any address lor $2.00 six months, $1.26. TO ADVERQBEBS! •sic. The DAiLY*TkiBuifK circdlate8 in every town H' lwithin one hundred mllesof Bismarck .reached sby a dally man,* and isbyfarthe best •dverlis -Inx medium in this partof the Northwest. .The WxaKiYTsiBuine has a large and rap try, and is a desirable sheet through which to S^reach the farmers and* reside* s^ of the small towu8 remote from railroad lines. The £%A. F. M.TF)hnnB B, ..... The DAILY TKiBUXE~\vill be found on file at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, and at the leading reading rooms throughout the feast. THE TBIBVIE APP...

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 December 1882

y, 1 4 I I W4 v^tamiz /T A ndtatTodiii lady nameidPolliek,-. .4 Gofconte a ThanksgivingfroHo, She ataramfkieeCpii 'Y 1 Bttt,thitBl«ht her f-, Aiii»i^5^«u B^ otfBtv i*. iy chills,'w some other intricate disease. Beautiful ^'V Chas. Dixon, theBpioe ^nan,:is doing the city this week, Scudder, the Third street/boot and shoe rt man, hasan elegaftt'diaplay.' Ahexopllent'h0Udaypreseiit,Bay8 Driggs, ~jHb onejof hisflnetdneapianoe. 'ir Messrs. Stateler & Lillie is a new firm which will shortly deal in Burleigh oounty. dirt. ••£i The: Fisher addition, which will contain. 'v- some beautiful residence Bites, willbein.the: -f'i market shortly, -n» Land Register Rea is improving theop .-i^.RPStonjty while the offloe _is being removed "V. and has gone'east on a vacation. Maj. Mitchell and familyare moving" over to Bismarck. They will bcQupy the residence of E. A, .Williams during the winter. Several very fine residences will be built. in MeKenzie & Coffin's: addition next spring, among .th...

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 December 1882

tx it Mr KWfjff-/" -v-'' "t *V P^fi^fflpC ^agiaBgaffig^s. n# t&Lfr-,? si! •W ", S^H. *4 -VjA, ^*p«3gc»gsgB»s®caf® .-^"v^i THE CASK or OBI. OOBXU.-'. I' Wishxhotoh, Deo. 18.—Thesnpreme oodrt this morning rendered a decision on die' assessment case of Gen. Oartia. The oonatl tntional law under which Curtis was con vioted was affirmed and the petition for a wkit of habeas corpus denied. BB ABm APFBOPBIA.TION BUJj. Washinqxon, Dec. 18—The oommittee on appropriations completed-the army bill this afternoon. The amount in round numbers is $23,000,000 and- is $6,000,000 less than for the cnrrent year. fhat Rnsglaa's Story AbAnt Oelionig Washington, Dec. 18.—Prof. Neweomb, naturalist of the Jeannette ezpedition, refer ring to the statement of theBussian officer jto the effect that the death of (Japt. DeLong and party was due to the killing of their do&s and to their neglect to carry fowling pieces, say8.when the dogs w6re disposed of it was a Question of storage room, and provisions ...

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 December 1882

dan Uf" jt J. H. RICHARDS. W 1 r* j, tlfW Main St^ sTi fcr* Sjtesggs w^-» "Sl\ fIS^yC For Cliurcli and Funeral Offerings, on wire designs of flat or, standing Crosses, Wreaths, Anchors, Hearts, Sickles, Broken Columns, Pillows, Gates Ajar, .Odd Fel­ low and Masonic Emblems, furnished on 8/'ort, notice and at reasonably low mtes, deliveredto any pan of the city, or packed securely and delivered at the express office. .. WINTEE BLOOMING PLANTS LUMBER, Eta Farm Produce bought. Goods sold at Bismarck prices. Clarke rm, D. T. F. 0. COKEY, Manager. Farm Machinery, Joseph Hare Asents for the- St. Paul Harvester, Weir Sulky and Walking Plows, Ithaca Rakes, St. Paul Mowers, Cort­ land and Climax Buggies and Wagons, and Case Lum­ ber Wagons. It will be to your interest to look rover our stock and get our prices before buyiu Offlcea Warehouses South Side Track Oooosite Round House CI.S, Weaver Co., *'t- s- Manufacturers and Jobbers of sy Daelers in Lime5 Cement, Plaster, Hair, Doors, ^Windows,...

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. — 22 December 1882

s' fiMttftrtkilri&iMe. Sioux CityJcrarhal, a live paper ted in alive com inuhity, comnfents ,f iy on the ad vantagesof^vertlsirig |iikL:iqaking the daily paper thereflex- of tbusineawof the cl|y: VThe Journal ud of. its home patronage-^eelflshly me degree of coarse bat in A me"as ti«»,truly, because it is in' consequence enabled daily to appear as a witness, £pbd in any court of public opinion, that ltlivfe in* a Jive tbwn and among live men. Advertising pays it pays the in­ dividual advertiser and it pays the com? munity, in the prosperity of which every man of it has both pecuniary and social: flnletest. There is no more legitimate adjunct of successful business in'this day than newspaper advertising and it is by 1^1* odds the most serviceable of all 'methods in reaching the attention of purchasers. Thfi m»re legitimate'lbe character of the newspaper the more' thoroughly it i? read as a newspaper the more valuable it is as an advertising medium. Success­ ful advertising is qui...

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 December 1882

MfcftiWttkslK!* WotkUBtfi Inferred 84%. •w ^Bat& Mkntann, a saloo&jis known as a ^4m& danger that the Jeuiuette ,con "troverey will beoome as tedious as thestar^ roufcrtrials. •. Th* outlook for Letcher, of the "Mitchell land (flee, is not very flattering- ^»^ex iplanations do not explain. jIt is expected that the principal business of thissession of the©akota legislature will be the canring oufc.of new ooanties. Tan Cincinnati Gazette notes that while there is n.rnsh for offices that pay $3,000 or $4,000 a year, there are vacant palpits mail wfs: the principal cities offering $6^000..to $8,000, without takers. Jv vote of Dakota at the last election was more than half as much as that of the entire ffc state of South Carolina, but the latter hns 'two'senators and six representatives in con­ gress and Dakota not one. t|' mZ -v^Ihdianapoljs has struck anew way of abat ing the telegraph pole nuisance. The com­ panies are taxed for the use of the oity streets at the rate of $...

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 December 1882

:demnthe am »"V fea.-'V. 'W 'iS 1: #t ".• (Jiff- if sic "V" j-:v Experienced by :tlie traveler who goeg ^i »|i«jrivu^u u/ uw 4ja irttTOisr mt tease to the park will be obliged to con-: lormto certain restrictions by the gov xernment, ii theway of charges to tour ^ists, etc., so.that the cry of-.'Jobbers1' is /^wholly, unwarranted unless it is thought "the government wilt sanction the rubbery. The company will be assort of custodian of the park, convey tourists to and from different -points of interest, build hotels, etc.wthe charges for .everything j-being fixed by the government. The JPark can never become a point of Inter­ est except to a few, if something of this "sort is not done. Should the government, undertake to build hotels, put on stage lines, etc., how soon would .these same 'persons'who are now trying fraud, con- government for such action. The scheme of leasing the park is a good one, subject, however, to stringent regu lations, the government', acting as the ', watch-d...

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 December 1882

pnpp aL^ V- M, AHIat ftr totd Wfiten of Tt» •ffaqr—X«tker Wiili]aitoii,i Ways. ihTo SHE, sP if a Museum or to the Barn-Loft~ y&v Hints, Recipes/Eta, for the, ^js Tfy"™«"?K l5tVl1R '*V' n.V ^Vf /$ The Ideal W«a«a. ,14'-.*- The moot snblimecreation of modern timet is the ideal women.* of the average mia Springing, like the azure-eyed Minerva, umed end foil-grown from herfather's brain, die challenges and receives the admiration of aworlcL, Amidst throngs of nonentities, she indeed is somebody, and as she takes her walks •broad in the newspaper columns, we gaze upon her majesties proportions, and fling about her, as an aromatic garment, the inoense of onr ardent adoration. She is ^"indeed fearfully and wonderfully made a being of the rarest physical perfection, the highest moral attributes, and Just enough in­ tellectual endowment to be agreeable to the opposite sex. 8he is a migratory bird, a sort of movable feast, as it were, consequently it is impossible to predict with certaint...

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 December 1882

,1* »V" ^%#|StV, -w*•{_ .i Jil* «p||-One year, gM-'' ^iltuttc. LOUN8BERRY & JEWELL. J, THE DAILY TKIBUNK Published every morning, except Monday/ at Bn-marck, Dakota,!* delivered by carrier to all parts of the ctar at twenty-five cents per week, or §1 per month. T&G" ,'• SUBSCRIPTION BATK3. '. '.'/ One month .postage paid. ....... •-.••• LOO j. ihree months .postage paid. ......... 3.w 5.00 ............... 19.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. v. Eight pages, containing a summary of the 11 news ot the week both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, tent, postage paid, to any address for $2.00 six months, $1.26. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TBIBUNEcirculates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLYTRIBUNE has a large and rap idlv increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try*. and is a desirable sheet through which to reacBthe farmers and residents of the small tow...

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 December 1882

J# A ibola a I J. J. Bowles, who was shot in Meagher county a few weeks ago, is now about well again. The Miles City people threaten that the first robber caught in that city will be lynched. They have two saw mills the the Barker district that are turning out 14,000 feet of lumber per day. William Martin has accepted the chal­ lenge of Alfred Johns, of Butte, to wrestle for $50 a side. The Benton Record advocates the ad­ visability of building abridge across the Missouri at that point. Although the railroad has passed Bil­ lings a hundred miles or more, the town still grows and thrives. A Butte artist tried photographing by electric light the other night, but made an almost complete failure. The Missouri was sufficently frozen at Benton last Friday, so that crossing on the ice was practicable but dangerous. A tat man's race for $20 aside recently took place at Buford, the contestants be­ ing Geo. Heddrick and Robert Matthews. Heddrick won. An Indian boy recently stole $100 from I. ...

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 December 1882

Pi |§It fill 1AT8 0FTIE wobib. Iff ®»s BVENT8 OF 7B8- TERpA% pULT,RECQJipED. &$$ 0nf, -, g-rc' A Wcnaatlonal Tfacoljr Ik Peaiwlmlfc ifflPracsBOBOvDeo. 2Rr-A Commercial Ga S§l"«ette'8v BpCcial eays: ''8bortiy before ten. o'clock this morning, when people were on their way to charch, the town was thrown in­ to a state of the meet intense excitement by a report that Captain A. C. Nutt, cashier of the Pennsylvania state treasury, had been shot in the Jennings hotel and killed by N. L. Dukes, a well known member of the Fayette county bar and a member-elect of the state legislature. The high social and political standing of both men gave such prominence to the affair that the hotel was soon surround­ ed with excited citizens.. Captain Nntt had just returned from Harrisburg to spend the holidays with his family. In company with his nephew Natt went to the hotel, and to Dukes'room. A scuffling, was soon after­ ward heard in the room, and parties rushed in. The men were- engaged in a ter...

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. — 29 December 1882

1 nil 1 fi: M: K- •si & i" ''*^r *./££/ hrvf, F, a' Out .f^ .. .. UMMf FULLER, Proprietor. 3 ,rk I For Churcli antLFuneral Offerings, on wire designs of flat or standing Crossos, "Wreaths, Anchors, Hearts, Sickles, Broken Column*, Pillows, Gates Ajar, Odd" Pel low and MuBonic EmItkms, furnished on s-iort. notice and at reasonably low rates, delivered to aoy part ^f the city, or packed ^curely^„ and delivervd.at the express of WINTER BLOOMING PLANTS Carnations, Chinese Primroses, Chrysantheums, Puschias, Rnses, Heliotrope, Calla Lillies, Bagonias,,etc. These plants are especially prepared for winter blowming, and can be delivered to any part of the city in the most extreme cold weather, or packed to go long distances as safely, as in inidsumrner. Tuber Rosi* and Hvat'.inth bulbs. Twelve young and healthy plants »y mail, postpaid io any address, for $1.00 LAWN AND WINDOW VASES. Walblngtoil Pots, Fancy Paioled Pote, Plain Pots, Hanging Baskets, etc. For Spring of 1888, House and Bu...

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. — 29 December 1882

ivm •Mi Wi. »wadNai|lfiig thS differentfactioMthan ^ahything^lse. "Tfie' Chamber of com. merceisii necessity end it* existence jtefeetfbi 14 amber of commit rcewas j«|MiM|| ^l^itoiKk "there vas no unanimity of ^%4^%^actiOD,and eonsequentiyl'tUe was done to impress upon the outside wprld the im­ portance of Bismarck and the faith in itof its leading "busimW men. The board of trtde has added dignity to thecity. Its deliberations are considered by legisla­ tors at .Washingtoc and by the world of trade. It is the official stamp of the city. An action endorsee toy a representative body like (he chamber carries with Jt weight and influence. Last spring the' chamber of commerce endorsed a certain edition pf the^TitiBUNB. gome people in Hi, „, the east are so skejAical that will not be ^liever'the statements of even a western newspaper man, therefore the advisabii .:^5ity of this endorseuent. "They may not W*%1bfe,!eTO an edUor» but when Minneapolis fair. In many ways the chamber ot commerc...

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