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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 February 1883

WK fv fr'* THEBANNER J* M. P. 81attery has on band 110 barrels of 'choice russet apples. MattLaib, an old time Bismarcker, ar rited in the.city last evening. B. B.Mellon went east yesterday afternoon to absent two or three weeks. Jdhn H. Riohards left yesterday for a trip to his old home in New Hampshire. Sheriff McKenzie left yesterday for Tank ton with a subject for the insane asylum. If yon want to lower yourself in the esti mation of the man who owes you just dun himonoe. The flap-jack artist at the Merchants, is tbffAlptjrty unapproachable in his line of business. Mrs. Holly, a teacher in one of the primary schools of the city, is taking a rest, being somewhat indisposed F. j. Call and wife. Justus Brags and family, and Mr. J. K. Wetherby, were in Washington last Sunday. Mnj, McLaughlin, Indian agent at Stand tag Bock, arrived in the city yesterday after­ noon en route to Washington. P. B. Tayer while out on a pleasure ride, Tuesday night, was tipped out of the cutter, but esca...

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 February 1883

jHSg fcw/,'* &% 1 VOL. X*. t1 AT WASHINGTON. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE I ROM THE CAPITAL. Talk about the Division Bill—How Zealous Dakotaians Worked for the "Lost Cause"—Star Route Notes, Ete. T'ie following editorial correspondence did not arrive until last evening. It should have been to hand on Tuesday last: WASHINGTON. Feb. 1, 1883 —The terri torial division matter will come up on Monday, upon a motion to suspend the rules, and will then be disposed of as far as the bouse is concerned lor this session, and in all probabi'ity for all time. If not divided by this congress Dakota and Moutana will be admitted by the nest congress, and Dakota without division. Evennow propos tions have been made to dispose ot the Dakota.question in tliat Way by leading democrats. They ete that they cannot justify themselves longer ia withholding the benefits of self v ernment from a territory so great in all of the elements that make prosperous and powerful states. They see, or think. th«y Bee, a ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 February 1883

P®fe J* if III Stetttorclt Srilnuu: MM. HVBn1BBPftT. Fr&m well known ranchman of the jTellowstone Talley comes the following .reply to the communication from Geo. :y' ^'E. Scott, which recently^ppeared in these columnsfromthe tame locality. Mr. tanu.hiM gov4 ranch, end others in the Ife'.lowstone valley have good ranches, bat the topography of the country ii suohtha but few good farming tracts can be found. It is a stock region, and while a few, of course, will do well farming, the region can never be densely. populated It would beraifloua to the stock interests, *n industry which in itself will mftke the Yellowstone Talley famous all over the world. The following is Mr. Burns* letter: Bonus' RANCH, January 28,1888. EDITOR TBIBOXB: I noticed an article in the daily Titipuss o: January 21st, signed O. E. the writer dates his com mutticatioa CMeodive, and claims to De a resident, living near Mr. Newlan's. Please allow me through the columns of the daily TBIBUNB to make somecorrec ...

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 February 1883

FASHION'S HEROES. The Young Han With Money Most Hake a Fool of Himselt "Fancy" Men, and "Horsey" ancT *, Slangy Women. "M. E. W. 8." In Demorest's Monthly. Society plays strange pranks with its heroes in all ages. It has given us the "Maccaroni," the Tneroyable," the "Beau Brammel," the "Pelham," and the "Byron." It has produced a fop singular for his feebleness and his mincing dialect, the man milliner snuffing at his ponncet box and it has also had its giant, like Guy Livingston, who crushed the silver cup between his finger and thumh. Each and every manifestation has been because of fashion, because of society, because of that shadow thrown' by nobody in particular, but by everybody in general, which we call the "style of the moment* If we can trace a high collar, and a full ..... necktio to the goitre of a prince, if we can at tribute the tremendous love of fine clothes, which has marked the latter half of the nine­ teenth century to a dressy empress, there are still a thousand ...

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 February 1883

OfSKNk fS v\ -N iarvi It l\ &- fe*~ rf !& MfL *3^ Wrji &i., 'fc %M mm p. £v vf% 28$5«fSS? i(i4 j^idtttdt'cU ^ibune. BY LOUNftBEItRY 4SWILL. THE DAILY TKIBUNH. r.iblisbed every morning, except Monday. at ni«immk, Dakrla, Is delivered by carrier to all parts of the citj at twenty-five cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATC0. *ne month .postagepaid.... A'hree mouthr,postage paid. aix .• One year, THK 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 aidress for #2.00 six months, $l 26. TO ADVEKTISEES! The DAILY TKIBUNBcirculates in every town witblu one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium hi this part of the Northwest. Tne WEBKLY RUINOUS has a large and rap­ idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residen of the small towns rem...

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 February 1883

JHow $? Ife^ eW the 4 1 The Need of Good @ooks in the Sout —Girls Who Grow Tired. Woman's Work as a Government Kmploye. Washington Cor. Hartford Couraut Ex-£«seretary Bontwell did more to enconr ape the promotion of woman than any other cabinet officer has ever done. He put a lady in charge of a division the bureau of in­ ternal revenue who still retains that position, and I think receiyes the same salary as other chiefs of division. She is a delicate, frail looking little woman, with a will and energy exceeding physical strength. But she has executive ability and will wear out, but will never grow rusty in the harness. Womea are rarely ever permitted to attempt the adjust­ ment of accounts, and yet this is sometimes offered as a reason for not promoting them. The real truth is, that they are not allowed to do such work. It is no more trouble to teach an intelligent woman to do such work than to teach an intelligent man. Cus­ tom has made. accounts almost the exclusive worn of meu, ...

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 February 1883

6 & is. fe. feT-^ "p»T E, §ri«* 3. f% HIHLEAD1KO THE SETTLER. A short time since the TBIBUNE con­ tained-a letter from the pen of George E Scott, who owns a ranch near Glendive, in which the writer took occasion to criticise the action of certain individuals who advertise the Yeliowstone valley as a farming country, claiming that it was almost wholly worthless for agricultural purposes. Of course the press of Glen dive remonstrated against the action of Scott, and a man named Burns, who also owns a ranch in the Yellowstone valley, wrote the TRIBUNE a letter which was published last week. In reply to Mr Burns, and in vindication of Mr. Scott, as well as the statement of the TRIBUNE, the following from a thoroughly reliable cor­ respondent is published: GLENDIVE, Feb. 4.—EDITOR TRIBUNE.— In publishing a communication Irom "G. E, S-," in your daily of the 21st ult, and your comments thereou, you seem to have aroused the ire of Mr. John L. Burns, who, with quite a flourish after an ...

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 February 1883

3f & ^4 I BY TELEGRAPH. LATE NEWS TELEGRAMS FROM ALL PARTS. Proceeding of the Territorial Leg: ialatnre—The Michigan Senator ship—Heavy Snow Block ades—Other News. $11 If If-' Yankton. YANKTON, Dak., Feb. 8.—Bills intro­ duced In the council—by Seibacb, to provide funds for the bailding of a terri tofial normal school at Springfield. By Donaldson, to allow people of Grant county to hold a special election to vote on the county seat question. -v By Burdicfc, an act providing for com .pensation for publishing a notice of tax sale. By Nickeus, to provide for building a court bouse and jail for LaMoure county. By Roberts, to amend the section of the code of civil proceedttre in regard to claims of third parties to goods levied on by tbe sheriff. Burdick introduced a bill in the council to provide foods for Completing the ter ritorfal University at Vermillion. The bill provides tor issuing $30,000 in bonds, running twenty years.aud payable option­ ally with the territory at the end 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. — 9 February 1883

i«v -Vi MmSST^' n8^v g*- fjt f' •&-1 THE BANNERClTY •'•-.: S^fSterSBs^ii'" "M. J.BUloranhas returned from theeast. ...5 Mrs. G.-G. Gibbsleaves for Buffalo, N. Y.», next Monday to visit her mother. S® ^lIt'E. -H. Bly is having a well dog near engine bouse of tbe Sheridan house. s-'%& Mm, Sam Whitney and son will open the hotel known as the International, Monday, v' The register at the Merchants hotel indi oates a marked increase daily in the arrivals from thtaast. S.T.Hall has thirty-two teams hanling wood from Sibley Island, and distributing it $ among different parties in town. Kfe The east room of the Central block is now finished and ready for Mr. Eppinger, the star olothier, who will proceed to arrange his stock. Messrs. Stateler & Lfflie will soon open up their real estate office. As soon as the Cen­ tral block is completed they will remove their office. A very superior brand of cigars is the "Emblem," manufactured by Clark & Mwfc- It is even superior to the fam...

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 February 1883

ii SS VOL. Xj P'v If t^fls I* THE StOiTXTAiaW. How the North Pacllle Balltowl is Layinc its Track. IS. F. Chronicle. Mingling with the roar of the falls, a mile or so above this point, I hear the heavy boom or sharp, Parrot-gun like crack of the blast fired by Hallett's army of railroad iabore:s, now within a few miles of this point, and approaching with 6 speed heretofore' unkuown in the era of railroad building. Hundreds of men are scattered in the woods on this side of the river getting out timber for false work of the bridge that is to span Clark's Fork liere. The river inks and barges for pile driving fairly swarm with men get ling these timbers into position, and the •'bosses" are really confident that they will have a temporary crossing ready by the time Hallcti's graders get here. I very much doubt it, tor the lust heavy through rock cut has been made, five miles east of Rock Island, and when what is known here as the'"big blast" tore away a moun­ tain the chief difficulty w...

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 February 1883

PV' A 'WOBO FOB THE SLOPS. Among the numerous articles concern­ ing tbe advantages of Dakota and the Missonri slope contributed to the press tbe Rev. S. H. Thompson during bis ^sojourn In tbe east was this, for The iPresbyterian, a Baltimore publication: .1 hurriedly respond to an invitation t" supply your readers with.a few facts re spcctlog the position and prospect®of affHfra on tbe Missouri slope, in tbe how f»'-f»med territory of Dakota—a territory that could accommodate all New Eog and Maryland within her holders and still have accommodations to-let. The Missouri slope, ot which Bismarck is tbe metropolis, has attracted wide-spread at tention on account of its agricultural superiority over all parts of^lhe north west, as evidenced in the recent,wonder­ ful displays at Minneapolis and St. Louis, and which captured the coveted prize banner from the west. The enthusiam of tbe press of tbe country over these ex­ hibits as they were conveyed by tJar and displayed at leading centers...

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 February 1883

\s&r,~ 4* a MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. TSB USUAL BUDGET FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. -Death of Ex-Gov. Jewell, of' Con­ necticut—Heavy Snowfall in New York and Canada—For­ eign Intelligence. 1 Proceedings of Congress. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10—LA the senate McMillian introduced a bill for an addi­ tional justice of the supreme court ot Da kola. Mr. Sawyer "presented remonstrance of-citizeas of Wisconsin against putting lumber on the tree list.. The pension ap­ propriation bill passed, and work on thp uinffbill was I'esiuned. An amendment offered by Beck reducing the internal ivvenue tax on snuff and tobacco to eight cents a pound was adopted, thirty to iwenty-tour. In the li0U3e, after routine business, the unfit bill was takei up. Duunell, wli# appeared on the floor for the first time si"c -e the holidays, moved to reduce the duty on cut nails and spikes, and spoke iu support of his motion, but it was lost. A DEMOCRATIC CONFAB. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.—A democratic caucus was called this evening...

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 February 1883

liter- ji^ I" STf iC $ljt Utemardt ^ifcuite. BY LOUNSMKRV «lSWILL* !.. THB DAILY TBIBUNlt. .. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota,Is delivered by farrier to all parts of the clw *, twenty-five cents per week, or $l per monii. 8UB8CBIPT10N RATES. One month .postage paid. £hree months .postage pad .. M* 2 One year, «1.00 3.00 .6.00 .10.00 THE WKEKLY TRIBUTE. Bight pages, containing a summary of the to any a ldress for #2.00 six months, $135, TO ADVERTISERS! The D.ULV TKXBUXKcirculates 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. Tne WEEKLY BIBUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the. coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and resident of the small towns remote from railr.iad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Boom 68, Tribune Building, New York....

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 February 1883

FEATHER! IN JIN OF BISMARCK AND HIS BRAV-E8 Paint, Feathers, Whoop and a War Dance, but no Blood!—11 Bigr Paper Man Running Antelope Speaks. TJie Powwow. The aboriginal festivities Tucslay afternoon opened with a giand street par ade, I113 honor Long Feather in command. After marching up Main street and down Meiga, the band deployed to the place Avhere the powwow was to commence. •The Indians satin a semi-circle, and di­ rectly commenced to beat a drum about as big as a can ot sali&on, and producing some of the most wierctly horrid sounds imaginable, some jumping up and danc­ ing around in the most graceful manner. After dancing some time they sat down to rest, when a speech was called for Irom the chief, Kunning Antelope. Manager Proeior, or Long Feather, interviewed the gentleman, whom he persuaded to make a few remarks. The following'ia RUNNING ANTELOPE'S ADDRESS: My white iriends: I am glad I am here peace with you. My people have listened to the Great: Father, and my peo­ p...

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 February 1883

«W i"-: §& Ah Interview with Banning Ante­ lope, the Orator. Monday alteruoon about thirty Sioux chiefs, who have been on a visit from Standing Rock agency to the Rees and Gros Ventres at Berthold, returned to Bismarck en route to th.' ir own agency. Running Antelope, chief of the Sioux party, called upon the TRIBUNE as he always does when in the city, aind gave the reporter such items of news as come under his observation from time to time. Running Antelope is the silver-tongued orator of the Sioux nation. He is one ol the leading chiefs, and his war record is one notso famous for it3 savagery as for its bravery. Running Antelope always fought like a soldier, and was ready at any time to listen to pe jce, without burn­ ing the truce man at ihe stake. Of their visit to Berthold, Running Antelope said, through his interpreter, (Jbas. Papao, that the Gros Ventres and Rees were glad to welcome them. With liiui among other noted chiefs, were Big Head, Two Bears, Bear Face, Long Fel­...

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 February 1883

\,,rli TALMAGE UJ 00MI0 OPEEA. now an Aetor Makes Himself Mok |fQ Jmt Like the Brooklyn Preacher. He whom manager McCaall introduced to the writer as Mr. John Howaon, at the Bijon opera house, was smooth faced, short haired, and stylishly dressed. In no particular did ho in the remotest degree resemble the Rev. Dr. Talmage, and yet he appears in the comio opera of The Sorcerer" as t, caricature, or rather aa a counterpart, of the Brooklyn preacher. The imitation of voice and gesture* is close, bnt the likeness is the wonderful fea­ ture of the personatioa The character which has thns been turned into* Talmage is John Wellington Well3, but tile language is left as Gilbert wrote it. Mr. Howuon had no objec­ tion to the public knowing what he did to him­ self, and how he did it, in effecting the portrait. Indeed, he was rather glad of the opportunity! as he explained while leading the devious way to his dressing room, to make reading matter that would show how much of art may be in­ vo...

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 February 1883

•. •'(£$•/ fr. I: pi- •lv 'M£ :l§ 'teCfflrS "'"V WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for the THIBUNK, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9:26 last eve til DR. Observations' at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tent' Direc­ Veloci­ Slate of Hv. Stations. pera- tion ot ty of Ike iff lure. Winds. Wind. -i Bismarck .... —3 NW Brisk Lt Snow —5 NW Brisk Cloudy Buford 9 NW Brisk Clear Keogh —3 »W Brb-k. Lt Snow Helena..... 1 Calm Clear Billings Injuns 1 Jimmy Em Dions should have been christened. Mta, Har:y Perry leaves next Monday to join her husband at Bozeman, M. T. The telegraph wires wire affected more seri­ ously than the trains by yesterday's storm. Ail master masons in good standing are in­ vite 11 attend the dedication and bill on Feb nury 2i, without farther notiue. I Steps sra being a ken to organiza a dramatic clab in thiK ci y, ccnhjHiiiig fi mime of the best talent among the married and unmarried. C: pt Win. Bra...

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 February 1883

saii s?.= t: {Lh. ,-..t £-T, Ti, 1 II 4 to- VOL. X. «T 8ETEI HEN KILLED In a Desperate Fight in a Miehi|M Lumber Caatp. EAST TAWAS, Mich., Feb, 22.—There are rumors here of trouble at a lumber camp 25 miles distant. It is said, one man chopped another's head off and that the murderer has been lynched. The body is guarded by sixty men, who will no permit ii to be removed. CHICAGO, Feb. 22.—The Inter-Ocean's East Taw as, Mich., special says: A rumor from the logging camp, is that two men got into a dispnte'over a trial as to whose team would haul the heaviest load. After the trial the one whose team was victoious went into Lis cabin and sat dawn. The defeated one came up behind him and with one blow severed the head fiom the body. The he»d rolled txx the floor, the eyes winked several times and the mouth opened. An alarm was raised and the members of the camp took the murderer and placed a log chain around his neck and hung him and placed a guard around the body until the arrival of t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1883

fi f- Erfr COIGEBIlIfi OLD-TUIEM. There is something intensely pathetic in the iron-bound fraternity of feeling which obtains among "old-timers," |»d in the bitterness with which they repel the pretensions of eastern people and east­ ern notions. The naUve lndian had hia paleface, foe, before whom he despair iuglybut gradually retreated. The "old timer" was the Indian's ^tenderfoot." The bid-timer is now the tenderfoot's Indian, thought course ia a modified sense. The Indian *as absolutely Im­ pervious to any civilizing, influence. |Bis subjugation had to he accomplished by methods unchristian and bridal. jFW rifle of the old timer wa» thepqteat agent which Civilization employed to .dver come the obstacle which rose In Iter path. The old-tiAien, who suffe^ .hatd* ahipa of pioneer life together, and haz­ arded their reiy live* together, thatlthi* vast domain Of untold riches toijjht be made available for the purposes of civil­ ization, not unnaturally have %'peeuifarty tender regard ...

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 February 1883

iff #5 ute BOGUS DELICACIES. How Science Is Crowding Nature at the Banquet Table. Chemistry Triumph in Pleasing the Palate. Philadelphia Times. The reporter at last asked Dr. Leffman's opinion on the subject The chemist had never heard of artificial eggs, but said there was nothing impossible about the story. He thonght the resources of chemistry could tarn ont a very fair imitation of a genuine egg. The shell might be made of paper pulp, with the addition of a little piaster of paris the lining membrane of very fine tissue paper soaked in paraffine the white of gelatine or glue reduced to the proper consistency, and the yelk of cocoa butter and cotton seed oil, which, if mixed in certain proportions, would form a globule which might be colored by any harmless mat­ ter, and would hang suspended the gelatine. The problem of getting the egg into the shell, however, he left for the inventors to solve. The genius of our fathers exhausted itself in such rain and profitless frauds as carv...

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