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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 5 January 1883

•r ^^|^wBa^Epii/FAvoimeEB. tker.UTC^ Wlurt XxtCBt Bh*«n Wonderful »«w«i r^-A'pfoial list of the prizes jfbove one Uiootaad ^dollars, paid *tijy theLouisana 8t»te lottery -r Company dating the -year coding November, together with the names and addresses given tothe company by tbe b(flden,OBlWBJt those who have requested it. Receipts for the amounts arejm Ma at the offleesrtUie com­ pany: i&\ s-'i gj.Drnrlax of Dee«a|ter It, MM. fesanfo* lOpOOO 10,000 collected through J. Drouett, Hie qien'a.insuranoepompany.New Orleans 10,000 WT G. AcConneU&oledsno street, near St.Charles*New^riesns...„.iOfiOO William Page, ax# Canon street, Pitts butt. Pa ftr-J^M.walker,'"Danville. Va ••••... W. H. Portlock, collected through WVP. Campbell & Co., bankers, Florence,Ala r, collected,through Gewge H. The- 100 Mo...... TnSi ^ohn Weger, Kaiota,^ Firat national bank, Charles- Nelson, corner and Avenue M. Galvestou,' W. H. Ackers, 7T River street, j, nort,Miiss Gillett & Co.'s Newburyport e...

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. — 5 January 1883

l^h* *"vA ». 'w- »f' Sjtf" As* ^m^'»*^3cPr*llkcltie# '^:m jfv"^*? tg ?ly ttty if tne.noium»l, b«» tween Duluih aud ibe' i'ucinc co.si alid ^s*r^4 *u,?t Urt,» m? I 0 't? JH ifcsii t5 Money, cpinuiands' from ten to twelve. P6'9enV btit'H' infest«d in real estate or buildings ubrings: niucb Inore- tban: tbat.I Several brick blocks were buiit tbf8 j*ear,: tbeowneiis"bavin^ rented rooms so tbat ftbdbt twenty p'er Cent is rtalircil over tilF ek^nfee/,'foi* uaes,' insurance, etc. Tbec 'r$ staresS5x8& bring.Qrom $100 to $183 per. fc'-p I month, rented for a term yi tire *-years to responsible parties-HLlsiif ^,: tBi8iniruk J8 tbeT v- winch coutruls liH^ sl|ipib«:au» i» located at liisuiarea BismwrcS :s ihu' headquarters of tik -Bismavck laud district whvcii couipri«t»« the largest an a of good agricultural lanu^ ttoW opeu lo eeilleiueut ia lue World. Cue district is larger tuan lue whole state.. .of New York. -Tue population. of Bismarck is now about 3,500 and increasing rapidly^ even i...

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. — 5 January 1883
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. — 5 January 1883
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. — 5 January 1883
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. — 5 January 1883
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. — 5 January 1883

''iSST' IV O y*t mm m&m 'SEkwamv.._ if :d-httiefrl«k4 '""AW .-• iHmMlon of Wheat Bows. Gentlmnaa 'in' old wheat raiser, who .id generally suo said in a conversation the other day, in his experience he fouud it beat to drill 'haateaatand west instead of north and Wm& 4& •M His argument was that in the winter early spring when we ha^l thawing 4tMag &e'day, a^&fre^iidng at nights atia west would not heave winter kiH, as would &at drilled oofth TMasserted ti&t the sua beiagin aM^the wheat stalks being between made. by the drill hoes, the south af the ridges would thaw out while the. 'wing shaded would not thaw out the wheat roots would not be so rto Wkilied. If jdiiiledBorth anil soutli rWOttl^Sbine alike on both sides of the tfaawlncrit ont and cauaing it to spew awfag ~fhe wheat up and letting the expdwd toN the freezing at mghL always,'if possibly ran his drill east Mr ffnkftr the ChUdren. eisto.Chronicl& Mtid the docfofe. i*Mr hia arm h* Mat* tH el -o...

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. — 5 January 1883

a Bismarck smile as he cat at the to-day.'^f^^ II 'iS1* fi Messrs. Tom" Winstori,W. B. Shaw and •$• Gto.Qibbt armed from Stereneon over­ land yesterday, Gibba bioaght down set* eralteSms. for a seat on the county board. B. R. lCaiah and Ed. HaekettT'whO bad thought aerioosly^rfeopenlngtne Interna tlonJ hotel ^jFonrth atreet. changed their mind* when they heard of the hignlioenae. •jk John Monroe, from Ottawa, Canada, baa arrived inttoeity totaketheeorpee of his father, JohnM. Monroe,baek to his home. Mr. Monroewill be remembered as the per «mvtofelifrom the bridge nearBiamarck last Monday. The city treasurer announces" elsewhere thafcthe city taxeawill beoomedelinqnent February 1st. To all taxes unpaid at that date will be added a penalty of jO per oent. TbCtreasurer proposes to' follow the letter f"A of tKe law and unless the taxes axe paid the 1 will be mid. *. of the saloon S $ & trade. looated in room 8, 11. Jjbo tlkfl AM MM jTrandtofrof the Ui Vj&idjtti Pioneer: _. SbBU...

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. — 12 January 1883

O 38sag TIE11LWAUUE HORROR BURNING OF THE JfEWHALL HOUSE WITH 100 GUESTS. Scenes and Incidents Afoniiiof Be yond Description-The Hottl^ Lonsr Known as a Fire- Trap-Fall Aceount, IvJi fi§ .•Am Appal ^l-^MsLWAinMB, Jan. 10.—The New hill house, six-story brioJc building at the corner of Miebigan street and Broadway, burned to the ground this forenoon.. The Are was dis­ covered at 4 a. m., and in leas than half an hoar the wholebuilding (long designated as a death-trap), was enveloped in flames. Scent* of the utmost terror prevailed, the inmates of the doomed building jumping by dozens from the upper stories and covering the atone sidewalks with their, lifele-s bodies. Tho shrieks of -the uufortuna es filled the air in a heart rending manner, the people be­ low being unable to render any- aid. Quite a number of terrified guests and employes of the hotel appeared at the windows, and see tag the distance to the ground felt baok to Y% perish in the flames. The employes of-the hqiol, wbioh ...

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. — 12 January 1883

kA* &f 'S^ ug&m ,r,©AMBETTA.r. -V ~4 Pdrby^a. no American Is. bettCT quali­ fied toestimate the character and public service* ef Gambetta than Elihn B. Washbui ne, late United Statesminister to -France. 51 Washburne has wriuen an interesting letter to the Chicago" Tribune giving reminiscence of the great Fren ch statesman.- He aaya a great light lias gone out, and the world loses one of the most gifted.brilhant and eloquent men of the age. He was distinguished even in 1869,* though a young man in the chamber ot deputies and being in the front rank of a little band of able, courageous men,wbo made face against the empire in pride and arrogance. His power was conceded In those turbulent and exciting scenes in the chamber before tfar was declared and the empire fell. Ue was cool when the people broke up the chamber of deputies and flocked to the Hotel de Ville, wheie the dethronement of the empeior was to take place. Appearing at the window of the palace Gambetta proclaimed the...

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. — 12 January 1883

"-i^ *& 4 ffg&s v~r ruinuvs. a" ,-,-vi.^y ,'prr«^rwitVy,riiiild -^now ontstunding. Soldiers' additional homestead eiiitficftcau also. Uepurcbaspd ^and laid upon any vacant surveyed, ladd* tv Notice is also posted. in t&e land for the same Deriod.? •., 3 •tr$k7 J, 1 'ji JTvitr. I Zl £1 wSrSd fes&rf'. fig IrJir B^cojf* laxmoLDjm., MS fPs Kp What Eyrry Fnrsoii Has.to Do to Com in- plyWlth thelaw, and Obtain ••?•*.£ J&i1 (hie 'fioodred and Sixty i«ra of Landii^ txifW.- a 4 8 3 W JM^ d)v|dodjsto »orcUiiei»*q!JS at $1.* peracfv^W^atW if minimum, 1yi*f ^^uldeofrrimHuiii iimltar-the' titker jat J8.S0 pertenn douWei'miniiauui, lying it in ad quired by purcliase at.puWic sale, by or JiMiy III #IKue i»f Ion homestead timber cwtt- ure MiiivOlije •ale arei atpabuc ^byp^l&hartotniDT the President or- ly ^ordcr of gfiest bidder AbfP9f«)9l'l^kdi01llc^^ I*W», 3&»9MflMn&s "as ^icanlrt secured by"private entry" or lo- ^cation,...,., •-'. :lh4 But nonoof tbe.liuidi in No...

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. — 12 January 1883

r'i^*- ,*«»., Hi -t^r- m= A IF IT 1" Si Ahp BY iOUHSBIMV JlWWA. 7' TBIDAILYIKIBUJJLT x8i^^65Ma&s$S^5S%s /.!. -d»T«f nUriBODta. t\ •7'u-%p\ jMWKBIirnOH On« tooth.portage W*d *S AmaMAtiii.P«twB MO $&?*' BUI 1US /jpg. uot year. ISPF TBK WKEKLY TRIBUNE. irirht HIM. «»O^I»ININNF SAMINOT'& TTIE P&" •ewt 0t tbe weflfi both lonta Untied erery FrMav *«nt. ^Uw« paid, to. any faHtfff for months, $12ft. TO ADVMHMEEB The PTT'* TKIBUN circulates in every IRON 'within one hundred nutes H'Saiarck w»(rtirt hv* daily mailt and is toy larthe best advertls ,^,-r log medium In this part of tne Northwest. «), TNE WJCBKLY I'HIKUN lias A LANTE^ and F»P idly infflffMiBg circulation thnmghwit the cou fir?, and is ailestrable sheet through which to wach the lanuers and Jnealileu o| .the small towns remote from raitr ad lines- „v_ The ceneral easteru agent of the A." F. JuchardiMin, with headquarters at Boom Tribune Bulldtns:. New York. THE DAILY TJUBCNK will BO found on flle rt lhe Graiid r»ti...

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. — 12 January 1883

ir~' •4'L fte *sL* :*r LJ H. P. Bogue'a youi^^t ohUd is -reported Go and aeelire a good seat for the MarWe 'company tonight. Thirteen liquor HOMSMB %ury Bailey Alice Bibcock CH Brown Frank Bumgart Helarich Beem Joseph Crable Mr CuRriek Abraham Cooleua Cieenuaens Collins Chaa Comer James Cluwe JaraenA. Chamberlln Wm Delnrinwr Charley Denaison Joseph Keen Munce Baston W Fletcher Charles Foley Kitty "f Ej?({«vP«r have bean granted Morton county—all inMandan. Only eleven liquors licensee fcatl thus far bean taken ant in Barleigb oonnty. Mr. J. 8. Veeder is the proud father of a boy. Mother* father and son doing irelL "t %lThe annual meeting of the Buoink libra- affioomtioB will beheld Jan. 16»! te the election of olBoei a. There is a man In Deadwood in such a de­ plorable nditioa that be thinks he baa wen wild gewe going northward daring the lot three weeks. The dootors decided that Goodman's foot could not be saved and therefore performed the operation of oatting it off Monday. Good ma...

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. — 12 January 1883

:i!?w :7 js?:. Lsr- •v? 'BBDXY*8 ITEMS OF INTER. BST IN THAT CIT7. HHP- %f& Divoret th. 8icii*l"SepvlMi the Military Departmen t— Probable Capture of Treasurer Polk. PneaMliiKa «f CMftcu. L^Washowtok Dep. ti.-r-In the senate, ^gnWyck ihtro0uced.a bill pteliiSg| portion/pf the law .establishing 'jpoat routes from Niobrara to Dead wood and from Cftamberltn to Rapid City.—Nearly theentirc day -Fas devoted to speeches on the presidential succession bill, 'ijrfg? In tbe house, bills were introdupw creating a postal telegrapii, reducing letter postage to 1 cent, and limiting the silver doiljtrcoinage to the requirements of th&pe6pie.-r4 resolution wasadcpled for a committee to investigate tbe charge «that Chief* Clerk Barclay,.of the-bouse,, was acting in the interest oftbe Washiptr- ton gaslight and coke company, andin fluenciag congressional, actiou.—The shipping bill was debated at great length.- .. £}j \,c A *ltL T&AT B^OULDPASsf •WiasHiNGToii, Jan. 8.—A bill was In­ trodu...

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. — 12 January 1883

P'- l¥Tf 1" Si wM iM Fprocmdiais»Ww Co«»tjr CMMtoUMCfrBWUitfl COMtjr, I' the Mart boose Jan. 211888, ^2 o'olockp. m. WilUamHwrmoppreaented hi*. certificate of election flminty" BnmmiMiotefr. lad usth of offtoeWndortwd thfereonwhich wa8~fl ceiled andplaeed pq iflle. *JS. S."tteal pr* eented bis oertffl^of.AhM|tii|'«* oounty commissioner and oath of office endorsed thereon whicbwMreceivedi^j^laoedan file. John cc^Seate ^oir election oountyoommlmioner and oath of office endorsed thereon which was received and placed on' Hie. The board of oonnty commirsioners or«j§niced by the election of E. 8. Meal chairman. E. If. Fuller pre­ sented his 'certificate of election as register of deeds, with bond and oath of office en-: doraed thereon, Ami Fisher and John Yegen as sureties. On motion his bond was ap provedand ordered filed. The bond of Alex McEeotie, serif! of Burleighoounty, wason with oath of .officeiiendomed: thereon anj certificate of election^ ^was approved and ordered filed,* sureti...

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. — 12 January 1883

&5.SW Jill pi 7f~:' jqEK Hi fc Tilr W: 'fMi" sS'A •Sll ~}Si8k OmlJ. ir'ltt chtef'of lountain^livision ofthe N ortb jttourrecently of i&iraii^r^r as to this end of |ilw?Bo^i£MtaiuielfretaniiOKtoHeleoa roa DeceflibK Mtb. Col. Dodge author Be* the publication of the following §M&P<#t» trip: 'I||r Sro (be* %|bgi|lncin|d *Bozeman) will sbrapid erected, tte road Jlffis aloof so that the track would reach the east end of Boze an tunnel the next week. This point twelve miles west of Livingston. Work •f'iSln the tunnel is progressing satisfactorily. tr. The work at both ends is now iu hard 5^rock and timbering is not necessary*." A 4{ldistance of six feet per day is now being Ipiaiade at each end oi the tunnel, 01 twelve ," stHfeet at both. Considerable delay was xe ^i^^cent^r caused by an accident to the nut chitiery, but the break having bee* paired, work ia now going ion steadily. I 'I' The newtelegrapli line, which is being built along, the road, .reached Bjzeuiau "last we...

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. — 19 January 1883

IfiT'.Wi. "3 I' jl/i I I# Jp •M 1 :-.w IBWM «OMRRm NoaTHpAcnrio stock fiOX preferred 86?f. ^RnMBWTAaiV» SHXTCTMOM^ of Mfttb Carolina, died yesterday in Washington. Jm Smn aaysthe biggdt monopoly he :^inmn of just now is the combination of coal \i companies to keep prions higher. than they Ought to be. GLAXSSXIOH,'chief of the St. Louis fire de­ partment, horsewhipped a professional '•manher" in the presence of two or three hundred people the other night, andnowthe people of that city are desirousjofelevating him to the mayoralty. Hmisa snggeetion for the Banner city 4ads from the Grand Forks Plaindealer: Bismarck is becoming so moral that in a vary few more month* whena man strikes his thumb nnil with a hammer he will have to homp himself outside of theoorporation to say "dammit!" BOOHSLLI, (III.) Register: Dakota beats them all. A yoang gentleman recently from that country says that it is a fine productive country—in fact just the place to procure 'wealth. He say* one farmer plante...

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. — 19 January 1883

•ill *^jS£ 5»tf3 |r:p6aB'd ^|fii Mnm'iw^AftB. ^UKOveraorofMassaohaseUs Ben But er ltu already brought down upoa him .ewrathof' thosilk^Urckingelement of i^'the commonwealth. In his inaugural he ^»e#e ^ftiemolishes the adored popular idols right «nd left, and. dareg lay^his sacrilegious g|||g t.of upttn the holy arkof MaS^liuae tts ^I'f-f^culcl^w^' He brings the astounding chargeof illiteracy' against his native |p stStc. ^'which had plumed itself Jipon -%tanding^nfellectually head and shoal ^derS above all the other States, and Massa­ chusetts cannot retaliate by jsaying that he ojres his present elevation U) thU illit­ eracy, since she gives the ballot only to citizens who can read and write. The new governor's worst offense is K.i t^at he fortifies ij is assertions by statistics that cannot lie. These give the amazing v4*retelatioirthat educationally Massachu­ setts stands twentieth among our tbirty eight'states that even Minnesota," Mon ^J^tana and Nebraska are ahead of her in u\...

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. — 19 January 1883

V'/i'*-:,* ~?i hs. A _jyBP4annu$.jHi&.... PR0&RES8 0F THE EXHUMATION JjJjpll OF BoDimMB lit m£ *&&L^L!28aBl&M -I:' |P» jgTi r"t U-~ The Whole Number of Dead Now jp{£j Plaeed at Eiffhty-Two-Worst Features of the Fire Yet to Come. •.?*•.: latest From Hllwukee. WOBST FEATUBXS OF TEC FIB* will not be reached until the excavation proceeds fifty feet further. It is pre­ dicted that the opeuing up of the court inthe center will reveal a large number of bodies,-as the inmates of rooms thereon would be forced by the flumes to jump from the windows, and it is hoped they may be in a condition to be recognized. l.he servants'quarters in the Newhall were on the fifth floor audrauged along all sides of the building from a point about twenty feet north of Michigan street to a point about twenty feet south of north end of the building, and rooms were built along the half which ran north and south, and at each end was totally separated from the guest apartments by heavy doors. Th...

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. — 19 January 1883

'm^r •i*3S iOl %gi iU ,v 5V *. "A "V?'"i S^s. msm LOUNSMMYtJ KWKLL. THB DAILY TBIBUNK. |g^i Published every mon^.exeept ttorfay.-jtt Bismarck, Dakota, Is deffveredtoy carrier: toall parts oltoediyattwenty-fiveceuts pearweafc, ortipermontf. -^t£ '0&, MnwcngOTOir luiwi#, One month .postage paid...«C... .V..~: •'. 11*» rfhreemonths.postage paid Ajo Hi* 9 One year. rA «*.r« 14 ....... TflB WBKKLY TBIBUNt.- fflehtoages. containing a snmmary of the address for #2.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS! $?• ^the DAILY TBIBUX*circulates In every town hf? within one hundred miles ofBjsmarck readied ••. by a dally mall, and is by far the- best adyertis S-r lna medium in this part of the Northwest. f,_ The WKKLY TBIBONE has a large. and rap- W, idly circulation throughout thei coup-, try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and reslden sot the small towns remote from rallr ad lines. --.. & The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS *!^s A. F. Richardson, with hea...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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