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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1883

feci 14-V gr *_* ,* ghi ^iamartUfMbime. •V LOUNMKItltV JIWU.L. TH*DAILY TBIBUSKI exc fublished eveiy mooting, except Monday, «t Bismarck, Dakota .ladeliWed by Mntejgj! parte 6f the dtv twenty-flva eeotr per week. ertipermMi'Jk I aVBSOBIRIOV KATBS. 9ne month .postage paid -v i£ rtree months .postage paid.......••••.••• Mi* "..... B.W' One year, io.oc THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight page*. containing a summary of tbf oews ot tbe week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, Rent, postage paid, to an) address for 92.00 six months, Si 25. TO ^ADVERTISERS 1 The DAILT TKIBUNKcirculates in every town within one hundred miles of smarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertls lng medium in this part of the Northwest. The WKKKIJT TRIBUN* has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach tbe fanners and residen of the small towns remote from railr ad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is ...

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 February 1883

fe" ,lj I •f: KENTUCKY PIONEERS. Primitive Weddings and Dowries—J Tronssean of Homespun Linsey and Woolen. Delf and Pewter, and Quilta. Patchwork Henry Cleveland Wood in The Continent When my grandfather settle^ in his new home, the town consisted of nine or ten houses, built mostly of logs, and even boasted a store, where wooden and pewter ware and a few other luxuries could be purchased in limited quantities by housekeepers or those contem­ plating it. Among the effects of my grand­ mother's dowry on her marriage was a small mirror, which had come from England to Vir­ ginia and thence to Kentucky on horseback, and this rare article, probably the first in the new country, lent an elegant tone to her log establishment and provoked the admiring envy of all neighbors, who regarded it as a marked and highly graciouB favor to be permitted to consult it upon special occasions. A few wooden platters, bowls, delf and pewter dishes comprised her table-ware, while table, benches, bedsteads,a...

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. — 23 February 1883

•*v. •^S^SS if" *4 *v r~ dE£ '*C $ $ CI lilglf 3be Bismarck Srilmitt 1S6AL1S' EJLOqUEKCE. Ben Hill has gone the Speech -of Beutor Ingalls Death of Henktor Hill. The speech of Seaator Ingalls, of Kan eas, on the death of Ben Hill, is attracting much attention. The TRIBUNE reproduces it as an evidence that oratory is not a lost art, and as a model to paulnerists: rto~ the undiscovered country. Whether Ins journey thither was but one step across an imperceptible frontier, or whether an interminable ooean, black, unfluctuating, and voiceless, stretches between these earthly coasts and those invisible shores—we do not know. Whether on thfct August morning after death he saw a more glorious sun rise with unimagin­ able splendor above a celestial horizon, or whether his apathetic and unconscious ashes still sleep in cold obstruction and insensible oblivion—we know not. Whether his strong and subtle energies found instant exerci«e in another forum, whether his dexterous and disciplined facu...

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. — 23 February 1883

WOMAN £ND HOME. A Lesson In Avarice—A Southern Wo* man's Success—The ''Masher." Feminine Weakness—Woman ir Journalism'—A Delicious Cup of Cofifea. Xady Vsnaferi. William A. Croffat Most ladies are managers, as most husbands can attest but I now allude to theatrical man­ agers. There area dozen women in this coun­ try who have organized companies and are managing them successfully. Perhaps the latest of these to take the road is MUs Stockton, who starts northward this week with a dramatio version which she has made of "Madcap Vio­ let," she herself playing the title role. She produced the play in London in the falL I met her on Sunday evening at Mrs. Croly's recep­ tion, where she made a strong and agreeable Impression on alL Miss Ober'/j success with the Ideal opera com­ pany, of Boston, is well known. 8he keeps it firmly in hand, closely and symmetrically or­ ganized, and has enough prudence not to put on the road half a dozen companies, which would very likely lead to disaster. Ba...

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. — 23 February 1883

I §IC 00. I^MS ISfll! Baby mine. s^f 5^G&S$? WEATHER BULLETIN. The following* reported especially TRIBUNE,shows the condition of the IWA*her st the vanouii iHiluts mentioned at 9/a?i®8LeJ,®" nlng. Observatlonsat all stations takeuat the same moment of time: Tem­ Direc­ Vtloct- State of the Weather Station*. pera­ tion OJ St-*. ture. Winds. Wind. Bismarck .... 20 SE Fresh Stevenson.-.. Cloudy Clear Fair Calm 30 Calm Keot*li 37 SE Light Helena Billings Benton NW -Dead wood.... 37 NW Maginnis Moorhead.... NE Light St. Paul....... 15 Calm Baoy mine. I'm making lots of money, Baby mine, baby mi e. Still it seems so awiui funny« Clesr Clear Clear C. CKAMBB Sergeant 8Ignal Corps. U. 8. A. The lilly to Freddy. I'm going Freddie dear, Babf nuiie, baby mine, Though some people think-me queer. Baby mine babyiniiu Oh, 11 lank it just the plan To go with Freddie, while I can, '1 housh I have another man, Baby mine, baby mine Bye and bye 1,11 cross the sea. Then I'll take you on my knee. Won'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

WBATHSR BULLETIN. The following) reported especially (or -the TBIBUNB, shows the condition of the veather at the various points mentioned at Station*. Bisi..Arck ... Stevenson— Buford Keogb Billings Deadwuod.... Helena Benton... Maginnis Moorhead.... St. Paul 9 -26 32 Bisi..Arck ... Stevenson— Buford Keogb Billings Deadwuod.... Helena Benton... Maginnis Moorhead.... St. Paul last eve­ ning. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: 3 Direc­ tion OJ Wind*. Veloci- State of the Weather *2 Calm Light Cum Fresh Cann Calm Fresh Clear Cloudy Clear Clear. Clear Cloudy Cloudy 31x 38 86 32 43 42 SW W 27 37 N W Fresh Fresh Clear Clear C. CBAMBB Sergeant Signal Corps, U.8. A. NEWS COMMENTS. THB section of the snndry civil appropriation bill which repealed the pre-emption law was strioken oat when the bill came into the hands of ttb senate oommittee. Mr. J. O. WABNOOK has resumed his position aa editor of the Alert, and probably the Capital will now retire from the ranks 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. — 2 March 1883

TAKING IIP LAID, 'Y.V'-.- PLENTY OF CHANCES LEFT TO GET FARMS CHEAP. Vast Tracts of Bich Government Lands in the Bismarck Land District Not Yet Filed On- Important to Settlers. Referring to the Bismarck land district map, beginning on the eastern boundary with the range numbered sixty-seven, the would-be settler is advised that there are only a few dozen claims taken in that range. James Dunn is the only man who is doing anything worth mentioning toin the farming line, and he, beginning as a see* on man on the. railroad has worked himself np to a very happy competency. He has over a hundred acres under the plow. There is plenty of good railroad land yet unsold at per a?re, and those lands held by speculators can be readily purchased at (5 per acre on time. In range sixty-eight there are six cla'ms taken about Midway by railroad bands, but very little work is done on them. In range sixty-nine very few taken. In range seventy only twenty claims •jiir«n. Geo. H. Ellsbury, the founder o...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

FVtv -V yTF '(. EXCITEMENT All Along the Line Over the Threat­ ened Repeal of the Pre-em] tion Laws, The Measure Having Passed the House Attached to an Appropri­ ation Bill. The Homestead Law also Changed so as to Require 2M Years' Residence. Citizens in the James and Red River Valleys Protesting Against the Repeal. The Sentiment of Bismarck People, as Gathered by a Tribune Reporter. .Repeal of the Pre-emption Law. The success of Representative Wash­ burn in securing the repeal of the pre­ emption law in the house, and also the modification of the homestead and timber culture acts, in the form ot an amendment to the sundry civil service appropriation bill, is creating much excitement at Grand Forks, Fargo, and other points in the Red river valley. A special telegram to the TRIBUNE Provided, further, that where a timber entry has once been made on a tract of publio tend bubject to such entry, and the same be canceled or relinquished, tiieland covered thereby shall twmaftftr be aubjec...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

IS®! ®l)t ^i$matrc(t t*Unnie. H-s- •Y LOUNSBKRRY JEWELL. THB DAILY TRIBUNAL Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakrla .Is delivered by ranier to all parts of tbe dn twenty-five cents per week, orflpermonl*. BUB8CBIPTI0N RATX8. One month .postage paid. .. .... i.$p rfhree months .postage paid f-OJ Mix ....... One year, IQ-W THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. moht pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub* Ushed erery Friday, aont. nostace paid, to any address for 92.00 six months, $125. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TKIBUKB circulates in every town within one hundred miles of sinarck reached by a daily mall, and Is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY HURONR bus a law 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 remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TBIBUKB IS A. F. Richardson...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

CROP REPORTS OF 1882 AS RECEIVED FROM THE FARM­ ERS OF BURLEIGH COUNTY. Unimpeachable Testimony Regarding1 the Fertility of the Soil of the Missouri Slope—The Yield Per Acre of Grain. To obtain the following report of crop# for 1882 circulars wen sent out to the farmers of Burleigh comity, as soon the. Bumarck cham­ ber of commerce decided to issue this number of the TRIBUNE, requesting an accurate report of their crops for the past season. These reports are published verbatim. None have been omit­ ted, but eveiy one is published below without regard to yield. For anew country it is certainly a very remarkable showing. Many of these re­ ports are from new comers and of necessity their crop w.« raised upon the sod. These communi­ cations are here published as received, giving exact location of ths person making tbem, and their postaffice address In this matter, as well as in this entire issue, nothing has been exag­ gerated, but an honest effort made to get the exact facts, knowing f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

gi- S3- *4\ pj ftfe fe4 FARMERS in tliia prairie country can not place too much value upon the scheme of growing trees. If properly set out and cared for they will in a few. years pay as handsome profits as thirty bushels of No. 1 hard to the acre. Dr. F. B. Hough, chiet of the forestry division, department of agriculture, Washington, recently pre­ sented a very forcible speech in deiense of tree planting. The speaker first no­ ticed the relation that exists between the forests of a country and ils civilzation. In desert regions we find few monuments of history, excepting as it is evident that the desert has encroached upon cultivated fields. Upon the great plains of the old world and the new, men have no settled habitations, and rights of property in the soil are unknown. It is only in coun­ tries interspersed with woodlands, and enjoying the humidity and fertility which this condition implies, that the human race has reached those high attainments in the arts that distinguish mode...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

f" v.iT •P HOW TO OET-UHB FROM EITHER THE GOVERN­ MENT OR RAILROAD COMPANY. What the Settler is Required to do in Order to Obtain His Land t' Five The Price of Rail­ road Lands. As has been si ated elsewhere the Bismarck land district covers an area of over 51,000 square miles. The Northern Pacific railroad traverses this district from east to west, and the Missouri river from northwest to south­ east. Government lands are to be obtained in this district to suit the settler. To a foreigner, upon- whom proprietary title to real estate confers rank and distinction, it hardly seems- credible that by becoming a citizen of the United States, "Uncle Sam" is willing to give him 160 acres, or even 320 acres of land, upon condition only that be shall cultivate it and enjoy the profits which it yields. Yet this is true and the immigrant from foreign shores, or the enterprising yoang man from "the middle or eastern states can locate on government land, at a trifling expense, and by industry, p...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 March 1883

-V 4 .THE BANNER CITY Si Frank Moon, ttom the Bad Lands, is »gf» tondisBtFku. An extra large edition of this morning'* P*P® has been issued for distribution east Mr. J. K. Wetherby yesterday sold a couple of lots in the Sturgis addition for 9166 each. Bi-tnarck is equalled by other towns wto line in «ererai respects, bat not in the dry gooai lins. W. H. Mercer, of Painted Weoda City, is in town. William aaya his city is the coming me­ tropolis. Dr. BentW leaves this morning for St. Paul and he will not return until Monday or Tue-day next. Means I. C. Power and John H. Charles and Capt Grant Marsh weru in St. Panl yesterday looking after river contracts. W. B. Bell arrived last evening from.his long sojourn in the south, looking well ana hearty. One by one the boomera return. Commissioner Batterland, from WMhbnrn, arrived in the city ^yesterday. Mr. veeaer returned to that place Wednesday. John Wbite, the livery man, has opened up a grocery store in a building he his jus( completed n...

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 March 1883

.1 I i-?J- if'^4, |N& VOL. X. WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for the TRIBUKB, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 956 last eye nina Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tern pera- tare. Direc­ tion OJ Winds. Station*. Bisiu&rck .... Stevenson.. Buford Keogh Billings Dead wood.... Helena Benton.. Maginnis Moorbead.... St. Paul 33 S 46 sw 36 30 NW 31 S 30 SE COL. ROBEBT INGEBSOIX is credited with the following: "If the Mississippi and all its tribu­ taries were filled with pure whisky, if the banks were loaf sugar, and all the low grounds covered with mint, there would be no more drunkenness than there is to^day. I believe in the restraining influences of liberty." THE Minneapolis Evening Journal says: "The people of Yankton, Dakota, are so mad with Gov. Ordway for favoring the removal of the capital that they talk of running him out of the territory. Dakota, however, iB a pretty sizable plaoe. 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 March 1883

',W: •#5® Jibe fwmorcK SrUnwft IKED OF OTHEB BA1LBOADI9. The mass meeting of citizens called for Monday at the city hall, brought together a large number of leading business men. The meeting was called to devise means of self-protection, it being generally understood that recent orders from the general manager of the North Pacific, discouraged the business interests of this city and showed unmis­ takably a feeling of ill will on the part of :the management towaid the people of Bistxarck. The most recent order issued is one obliging all section men and other employes of the railroad west of the Mis­ souri river, to pay full tariff rates on all goods purchased in Bismarck, while on goods billed from Mandan, they pay no freight This order shows upon the face of it unjust and unwarranted discrimina tion in favor of Mandan. Heretofore, section men purchasing goods in Bis­ marck, have been obliged to pay freight to Mandan only, from which point their pur­ chases have been for Warded free....

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 March 1883

i"jj. =_ Ten Dollars Per Week for Charity Sur* geons, and Thousands Per Tear for Ornamental Officials. The Pittances Mew York City Pays for the Services* of Heart New York Truth. il 1' The publication yesterday of the full list of city officials, with their salaries, discloses a •ery anomalous condition of thinga Some departments evidently pay salaries that can­ not be called otherwise than liberal, while others area discredit to the city in their mis­ erable inadequacy. The legislative department,with its president at 93,OCO, and twenty-three aldermen at #2,000, being more of an ornamental than utilitarian nature, cannot be considered in an analysis of this character. A salary of $2,000 for three hours' talk once a week is as great a marvel in its way as is a salary of #300 to a well edu­ cated, experienced physician for seven days' work of a week of seventeen hours each. The auditing'bureau is apparently the rich­ est of the bureaus, while the department of charities and correctio...

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 March 1883

Bf. ^ismartk fWlmtte. •V LOUNSSEMtY JKWILL. THE DAILY TRIBUNJt 'Published every morning, ezeept Monday, at Bismarck, Dakcla ,1s delivered by carrier to all partsof thecitv* twenty-five cents per week, or $l per month. BUBSOBIFnONKATafl. 'hie month .postage paid.. ... $ 1.00 rfhree months .postage paid 8.00 Mix 5.00 One year, ...io.oo THB WEEKLY TEIBUNK. Sight[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 2.00 six months, $1-25. ADYEBTISEBS I The DAILY THIBUNB circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mall, and Is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEKKLY TBIBUNK has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TBIBXTKB is A. F. Richardso...

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 March 1883

'5""y X^i.4 IIP5 -A Pond rr" NH.SS0ITS GAB. The Princely Wa In Which She Travels Through America. 81M Says She Flays Poker, Although She Always Loses the Game. Cincinnati Enquirer. Mad. Nilsson and her troupe took their de­ parture on Sunday evening for Si Louis, in which city she will sing this week. All of Sunday afternoon the charming madam was busy receiving calls from friends, and her par­ lor was full of beautiful floral tributes, Bent, many of them, by unknown admirers. An Inquirer reporter gave himself the honor and pleasure of calling upon Mad. Jfilsson, late Sunday afternoon to say adieu. He was invited by the lady to accompany her to the de­ pot, and take a look at the palace car in which she has traveled from New York to San Fran­ cisco, from San Francisco to New Orleans, from New Orleans to Cincinnati, and will con­ tinue to use until the end of the season in April next Getting into the carriage with Mad. Nilsaon, at the Grand hotel, the favoured reporter enjoyed a plea...

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 March 1883

Ks.vxC -£m. S I §F 1 6 0 I ^D4^d7t|^aeiate paned "~"a" fchfield, Carrolton & to construct bridge. fc' Beocra followed, when {he report of the conference "civil bilL A resolution Tfor thfe appointment of a committee of senators to wait upon the president of the United States and inform him that cougrns had completed »t» business, and waa ready to ad­ journ The galleries and corridors were crowded even more densely than last evening, and owing to this general buzz of expectancy which always attend* such occasions, repeated appeals from the ohair Were required to secure sufficient order on the floor to,'enable cenatora to be head. Precisely at 12 o'clock the president protem., Senator Edmunds, brought down his gavel, and. said: "Senators, the hour has arrived at which, by the constitution and laws of the United Stato, the. forty-seventh.' coneress terminates. He wishes rach one of yon a pleasant and safe journey to your homes, and felicity in your sture lives. The senate stands adj...

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 March 1883

GLADSTONE'S VIGOR. r'L $ A Sound Mind In a Sound Body# •Hade of Fin Wire/ Without an Ounce of Superfluous Lumber About Him. «r London Standard. Over and over again the premier haa dis­ played a power of readjustment which makes his constitution resemble that of his native country, and inspires the general conviction that he will soon "be himself." More than generation has passed since, in conversation with a friend, Mr. Sidney Herbert, being at the time the most popular member of the house of commons, remarked: "Don't talk to me about Gladstone's mind—it is nothing compared with his body!" Mr. Herbert's words about Mr. Gladstone's physical frame have been fully borne out Often has the prime minister been exam­ ined, sounded, auscultated and what not, by medical friends, and without a dissentient voice, they have all pronounced him to be "made of pin wire." It haa frequently been remarked that great orators ire generally bad sleepers, the strain upon heart and brain de­ manded Ly an ...

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