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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

%ji0wflwlt Wane. ,r A Neat Presentation. At a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. B. church, held Mrs. Thursday at the resi­ dence of Mrs. Thomas, the president, Mn. D. Plannett, who is about to removd from Bia mluok, was made the recipient of a silver cake basket, from the members of the society. The secretary, Mrs. S. M. Hodges, on behalf of, the Bociety, presented the basket with the following little address: President: It was wUh the deepest feel­ ing of regret that the members of this society h"" aware that yon were about to more to field of labor. During the year that A JOB have been in Bismarck this sooiety has been organize, and, under yonr able leadership, mi oh work has been accomplished. The most OOJ iplete harmony has characterized onr pro oec lings. No personal rivalries witheaoh other ha' interfered with the efforts of this sooiety. Th aim has been to nnite all in a bond of an n, and certainly "in nnion there is strength.1' Ac o-ding to the law of traism, a fa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

IIP !*3tfe£ra&., lw K* 1 1 i-*v r* I I iV I I I '4 I' ioe. BY M. H. JEWELL. TBK DAILY TBIBUXB. Published every morning, except Monday, Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to parts ofue city at twenty-live cents per week, «r tl per month. SUBSCBIPTION BATBS. Six months, postage Eight pages, con— of the week, both ft—, every Friday, sent, poa tor 82.00 six months, ft—, 4 One month, portage paid ... 9Ug Three months, postage paid................ 3.00 —A— "lid.. .».i M, 10.00 ,Y TBCBUNB. a summary of the newt and loeal, pnbllshed paid, to any address The W«KI.Y TBIBUHB has a large and rap­ idly in«in»a«»ng circulation thronghout the coun­ try, and is adesirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residents of the small towns remote.from railroad lines. TO ADVERTISERS The DAXIT TBIBCKB circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertising medium In this part of the Northwest ''be general eastern agent ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

JTadse Uifford In North Dakota. Jndge Oifford's tonr in North Dakota thus far has been a triumphant one. At Fargo Mon­ day night be wavgreeted by aa immenae con* course of people, the friends of Hon. J. B. Raymond mingling in the throng and entering as oarnwitly into the spirit of the affair those who worked on the aide of the "successful cause." Everywhere Judge Gilford haa been in Dakota he ha fonnd this popular enthusiasm in favor of the principles which he is supposed to represent. IDtSDAl'a DUOBRS1TIOH AT RBU. !l Judge Gifford arrivei in Steele on the morn­ ing train, accompanied by Colonel tyner and Major Fleming, of Fargo, and Hon. Johnson Nickeus, of Jameatown. At 1140 the Garfield Light Guard band, of Bismarck, Hon. John A. Stoyell and H. H. Jewell, of the territorial com­ mittee, Hon. Alexauder Hoghea, Col. 0 A. Lounsberry, Hon. Mat. Edgerly, Col. William Thompson, Oapt. O. W. Bennett, John David eon, Hon. John A. McLean, chairman republi- A can central committee of Burlei...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

fc-vY $f & ftv IW'X1 Sp^" rr !-#n-.% fcvSi»-W" ?*. sfs !jw\- 'i 'S? .i ?•$ ^"'rj 1 h'iwS'K Act" NO POISON IN THE PASTRY .AJ5EE TJSESD. Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, etc., flaror Cakes, Creaau^PuddlBss, Ac.,as delicately anil nat­ urally as the flralt fha which tkey are Made FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE. PflKPAJICO BY THC Price Baking Powder Co., thioago, III* St. Louis, Mo. UAKCRft or Dr. Prist's Cream Baking Powdtr —AHO— Br. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems, Best BIT Hup Teail. 70S SAT.1T! ST gBCCBM. WK MAKE BUT ONE QUUJTT. U6HT HEALTHY BREAD YEASTGEMS The best dry hop yeastjn_the_world^__Bread •raisedbjjjijvgeastjslight^hite^^^wl^ ^oni^llk^ourgrandirnother|sjdeliclous^r6ad, GROCERS SELL THEM. PMPAHCD BV TUB Price Baking Powder Co., IIILTIS of or. Price's special Flavoring Extracts, Chicago, III. 8t. Louis* MO. Protection. No such protective against chills and fever and other diseases of a ma­ lar!®! type ex!s*« as Hos'tetter's Stomach Bitters. It relieves con stipat...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

ByTelegraph A HlneiHH* TriM^lr^ -.»!• HnmuFoUB, Out. 17.—This morning about 6 o'olock, Frank Worth, a teamster who has room* in the fourth itoij of the Merchant* block, where be haa been living with his wife •ad stepdaughter, got np and oalled the latter to get hia breakfaat as hia wife waaaiokin bed mthtijiipelM. While the breakfaat waa being prepared be laid down on the bed beaide hia wile a few minutes and then got ap and with ont aaying a woid went into the next room there be procured a clab, and returning to his wife's bedaide began beatiag her over the head with the clnb. the sereama of the woman alarmed the little girl preparing breakfaat and •he ran ont crying "murder." While she waa after a policeman Worth desisted fam. hia brutal work, thinking be bad killed the woman, and' going to the kitohen took a email batcher knife need for cutting bread, etc., and with it ont his throat and stabbed himself a number of times. When the officers returned they foand him lying in a pool ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 October 1884

',- fa- '& ,?% 3?'r 8 f\ L,, ^^1 WAjjSiX ^ihtty iwM~% -.tLX gfi ft Mi' l4* «V*: J** S()1 iiamarch tribune. PEOPLE'S TICKET., For County Commissioner—First Commissioner District—three years— R. B. MELLON. For County Commissioner—Third Commissioner District—two years— GUS. JOHNSON. For Sheriff— ALEXANDER MCKENZIE. For County Treasurer— W B. BELI. For Register of Deeds— JOHN H. RICHARDS. For Judge of Probate— C. 15. Ili'TLE. For District Attorney— JOHN A. S'i'OYELL. For Superintendent of Public Instruction— W.H.WINCHESTER. For Assessor— JOHN BO WEN. For County Surveyor— PAUL HEINZE. For Coroner— CARROLL CORSON. Capital City Chips. The police court is quiet nowadays. Street grading is now the chief topic of con­ versation. A jolly time was had at the roller rink Wednesday evening. It ia learned that the Merchants hotel will be reopened Nov. lit by L. N. Griffin. The Weaver Lumber Company are unloading ten ear loads of headlight oil this week. Work on the magnificent residence of Att...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

VOL. 12 NO 22. THE DEADLY DAMP. Fourteen Men Killed and Seven In* jared by an Explosion of Fire Damp. The Burned and Disfigured Remains Delivered to the Bereaved Relatives. Heartrending Scenes at the Mouth of the Pit as the Bodies Are Brought Out. The Stutsman County Republicans Sit Down on "Handsome Burke," ot the Jamestown Capital. Hon. Hugh McCullough Appointed Sec retary of the Treasury and Graham a Judge. Miscellaneous Items of News. A Mine Horror. UKIONTOWK, Pa., Oct. 28—The worst fears touching the fate of the men who were impris­ oned in the mine at Youngstown by an explosion of fire damp, wbioh took place theieat 4 o'clook lsst evening, have been fully confirmed. Six miners were taken out last evening soon after the disaster, two dead and two of the other four so seriously injured that there is no hopes of recovery. This left from fourteen to eighteen men supposed to be still imprisoned in the {mine, the exact number not certainly known, [the work of reaching these men was ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

W£4- §•*'& NFC V'"'- 'V $• & J1 R*' fitpll *1/5 ii BY M. H. JEWELL. TUB FAIKO Atps considers the editor of the Barnes Comity Record (Mr. Boot, of coarse)a mullet-headed ass. jii*'- MOODY county has contributed $400 towards the New Orleans exposition fund, and Lincoln county JflOft IN A ICtohdl land case the land offi­ cers decided that if a man's wife refuses to go upop the claim, the man can by establish a: residence sufficient to satisfy the law. 4 THE Fargo Argus intimates that the .Hon. Johnson Niekeus has no walk­ away in Stutsman county. He certainly hashot unless lie can control the action ofhis friends better than he has during the past sixty days. THE honorable commissioner of the general land office lias advised local officers that in all future cases of final proof the regulation non-mineral affida­ vit of the claimant will be required. THE Jamestown Capital omits the Tmnnfl of W. F. Steele in its ticket at the head of its editorial columns. Of course this is a mi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

lr| a'-. ^r4 (stemordt Pnbune. a a bp© oftbe most interesting cto&ventions with rhich Burleigh county politics have been en ivsnedwaa that held in the city hell Saturday piil in nomination a oounty ticket. ,„ The meeting wma celled to older by Chairman toLefth of the county committee O. B. Little as elected chairman, and Harvey Harris secre uj. The following committee on credentials WM ippointed: Hat Edgerly, Frank Frisby, A White, Frank Ulan, WSMoorhonae. ,-=.• The committee on credentials having retired, F. Wallace was called upon for a speech, and responded with his usual promptness and ear­ nest. He said be did not expect to be fired ff prematurely. In fact he didn't think it toasible to shoot him off half cocked. He met the same platform laid down by 3fr.McLean. le intended to act by, for and with the people Burleigh coonty. They met as the people of Sorleigh oounty. He was free to admit that he vould like to see all of those present republi­ cans, bat party ties are loose ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

,ytt .-i r*! tf- I •0% & fei *r. BY M. H. JEWELL. THK DAILY TRIBUNE. rubllahed even morning, except Monday, at MPMMWIE,'Dalwwa, is delivered by cairler to TIL puts of tbeetty at twenty-five oentsper week, *r 91 per month. .?:: SUBSCRIPTION UM joe month,postage paid.. ..... £.g Three montlis, pottage Mid.... J-52 Sixmonths,postage paid........ MO S^^^KB^nse'^KS every Friday, sent, portage paid, to any address lor K.oo: six months. $va. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE has a targe and rap- f«yii the farmers and residents of the small towns remote from railrMullines. TO AD ERTISER8 1 The DAILY TBIBUNK circulates in every town within one hnndred miles of Bismarck reached tar a dally mail, and Is by far the best advertising medium In this part of the Northwrait. rhe general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A F. Richardson, with headquarters at Boom Tribune BulldlnK. New Yor* Friends of the TBIBOKK visiting Fargo will ft (id this paper on file at the office of C. J. Eddy, general freight and passeng...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

rf'J ,t I Pi t1 "S I 'V ran again for sheriff. They are, the first two to oppose him. 4% 1 An extra: eddition of the Journal wil1 be issued to-day in which it will be stated that among other things that "the delegates from the county to the recent republican convention were not even permitted to present names for justices and constables according to the instructions of their local primary meet­ ings." The TBIBUNK will deal with these political matters without gloves. When Lounsberry penned the above sentence to be sown broadcast through­ out the land, he wrote what he knew or ought to have know to be a false­ hood. Every delegate to the republican convention wil testify that a resolution was passed asking each precinct to cau­ cus for their own candidates for justice and constable and send the names either to the TRIBUNE or the republican central committee as soon as possible. Several precincts have already been heard from, others have not. Complete returns ought to be in by to-morr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

&• DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA, nuitimnn ma NCVER BBBX QUKSTIOSKD. la a million homes for a quarter of a century it. Has stood the eoniumers' reliable t*at, THE TEST_OF_THE OVEN PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., VAKIHS Of, Dr. Price's SjecialFlaroriii Extracts, IheatnairwttaeetMkteasaaflaataraianerfaMmmat Dr. Prist's Lupulin Yeast 8ems For Light. Healthy Bread, The Beat Dry Bop Yeait In the World. FOR CHICAGO* 8ALE BY GROCERS. ST. LOUIS. UNIT HEALTHY IDEM) YEASTGEMS ThabestjIrjJiogjeasU^ ralsed^jjhlsyeMH^ijM^white^dj^SlS jom^ik^^ur^randmotherj^deUctous^re^ GROCERS SELL THEM. NEPMIB ay THK Price Baking Powder Co.y lai'tts of Dr. Price's Special FlaYorins Extracts, Chicago, III. St. Louts, Mo. Protection. No such protective against chills and fever and other diseases of a ma­ larial type exists as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It relieves con stipation, liver disorders, rheu­ matism, kidney and bladder ail­ ments with cer­ tainty and prompt­ itude. A change as gratifying aslt is complete, soon...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

«*snSKj's*«K Telegraph jBUIae In Chievt. "Cta0A(WN O0t. 85.—Blaine arrived from Mil ••:.. ^.wankeeat 8:90 p. u* considerably earlier than ihbaA ben mnaonaoad, ud aaa cotseqoenee T«J t^pwpwmwirtlMdepot to meetblm. lb? rlf.Yoene Ho|Hib'if» dob, numbering 8£00 f^mttehers, teaobed the depot before the paxtysn '•tend carriages and sewed as an escort to the HfW-n* of Hon. Joseph Medill,wbefe be dined iqoietly. After dinner be proceeded to the Giand Paeifie hotel to takebis pact in the evening demooatration. ______ •. Aa AlUr af CHICAGO, Oct. S5.—The night demomrtrstion aooorded to tbe republican presidential and vice presidential eaadiAtM.was an affair of great magnitude, aa tbe oonditiona proved favorable for the marchers and spectators alike, a clear laky and braoing atmosphere, and until late toto MtattiiM Bepablleaai. JlKcarowic, D. T., Oct. 85.—The republican innty convention held today made the follow­ ing nominations: County attorney, 8 Glas pell register of deeds, Miner taeaauier,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 October 1884

IflS V/J pb: t~ igj •t /4: U" SpSE1^ P" r, ft^ ft fel" -. fefi I If i: 0 -.' ift ?-.: i* isvtttes Eft F$7«4l 9l)i ^iatnarch ptUmttc. Ae Bveatfal J««r«fy. crowd of inter- jfi & Tiaun reporter stumbled into a adventurers bit evening and heard a wy Mting sad spicy tale* The names -«re George Ooapman, George L. iVill r, A. Corrlgan, W. Sooville and ler. They arrived last eTening in a sail having ccme from the Iiittle Rocky gold citement, on their way to New Orleans, r" they will attend the world's fair. They tnth a peculiarly disagreeable experience doming down, having hoen stopped by a gang cowboys who were on the qui vive for ho thieves, fter sailing down stream a number -of miles they were stopped by the cowboys, who demanded that they of the parties Walea, Charles Bat I bout ex er« met »while of horse where land, emphasising the demand with cocked rifles and revolvers. The ^adventurers stopped and submitted to arrest. They were pnt through hades, being held sev -eral days on pro...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

a 12 NO •V,' i-fa ti.: '•lk $ 23. "THE JIG IS UP Unless Providence Sees Fit to Point Ont JSrrors in the Returns ,/• From New York. And With the Whole Counting Ma* chinery in the Hands of the Democrats, It Seems Not Likely That the Re­ publicans Will Be Able to "Ring in a Bluff." The Reports Are Conflicting, Bat Late Returns All Point to Demo­ cratic Victory. A Dynamite'Factory in Pennsylvania Explodes, Causing Loss of Lite and Property. A Crazy Woman in Chicago Shoots Her Husband, Her Baby and Herself. George W. Childs Entertains a Dandy Lot of Farmers at a Dinner to the "Farmers Club." AMreis Vrea tbe Committee. NKW YOBK, NOV. 6.—The following address has just been issued: HIADQUAKNTBS BBFUBUCAN NATIONAL COH nrrras, New York Oity: The republican national committee rejoioes that the retnras now reoeived warrant it in annoaneiBg the trinmphant election of Blaine and Logan. Tbe republicans have carried every northern state except New Jersey and Con­ necticut Virginia seems also to hav...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

1 By m, n,ST Vc-^D^MTELI' from #^aay|f V© a I 5 E^V 'IFS Mi* •m Brainewl, dated N6t. 1 *&* ^tTskldthetorg *%in sight and intranait^liere tor^y 5 kWmmm? f3ay on th® Northern Pacific, WB8J visible -this morning. Miles 'of OMB, inclnding 'grain shipments! fill the yards. Among |i|the shippetiiw 8am English, incharge M- of a large consignment of the ^farqQii Mores' cattle, bonnd out Tia Dnlutib. |^Mr. English', speaking from a wide obs^^ vatioii of western Dakota and Montana/ says that stock prospects were never so 'flattering, except in the single fact of a tvery large per cent, of shortage of" the crop. This per cent Mr. English prices tt 300 calves to 1,000A COWB, against the general average of 800 calves to 1,000 cows. The Marqnis De Mores' line of Concords from Medora to the Black Hills is doing a splendid business. FABCKI BBPOTI.IOAN, '28th: Major "^Flpmin reports that iie received a letter from Oliver Gibbs, Jr.", United States commissioner for Minnesota!, this morn­ ing, say...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

•1 XMTOUI PACIHCTI** CABP ifi&fd «r /TACIFIC EX r'f'-v a&I (Qoing W&t) Ar.Bismarck 11:45 a.m. Ar.ltodan 12:10 p.m. Lt. '"v ltaown. MISSOURI RIVER EXPRESS. s!4?,'S)® 6:50 p.m. .. (Going West.) Ar.Bismarck 8:25 pm. Ar. Mandan *fA, LT.* eaop.m. 'WW^4mX'^ ATLANTIC EXPRES8. (Going East.} hJ\*r '4 l.v. Mandan 4:30 p.m Ar.Bismarck 5:10 p.m. Lv. 5:14 pun ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS EXPRESS (Going East.) Lv. Mnndan 9:10 a.m. Ar.Bunurcfc 9:30 a.m Lv.Bismarck9:35a.m DR.SANF0 just what its name Per Implies a Purely Vegetable Compound, thai •cts directlyupontheDfaer caring the manydiseases raidanao that im­ portant organ, and {m^Mitingthe na snerousailments tffiwarise from its deranged^ or\gp|$oction, such as ice^ Bilioosne^ Costi^es^Jkliuaria, Sick-headache, Rheuma&n^etc. It is therefore A truisnMbA|r" To lave Glood Health the liver must be kept in order/' SB. SAVTOBO'S LIVES IF7IOOBATOB Invigorates the Liver, Regulates Hie Bow­ els, Strengthens the System, Purifies the' Blood, Ass...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

kIP m- f¥ f$& &** 84V Hj "4*4 BY M. H. JEWELL, I THB DAILY TRIBUNE. aESBf ji Syifffla »ity it twenty-five cents per weeJr, ••—unUfc- E$ SUBSCBIFHOH BATJBS. tr, Onemonth.postage paid.... tef Three manias,postage Mid. Six months, postage paid.. °neye"'J®|r 'M% flight pages, containing a sonunary of tMI MM. §|t/£S. oftheweek, bothforetai and.jo^l. pnMlahed every Friday, sent, pos&e paid, to any address LO® 8.00 6.00 ad 'B-ri H. y* H.n.KLV XBIBUNB* W lor $2.00 six montos. H-®- __ WMLTTBIBVWB haaatorge andrap f. 'L: I idly Increasing circulation thronghout the eoun trr,andta adeslrable sheettorough which to reach the farmers and residents of the small The DAILY TBIBUHK circulates in erery town within one bandied miles of Bismarck reached by a ariiy mail, and is by far the bestadvertislng medium fat this part of the Northwest The general eastern agent of theTBiBPX* Is A. F. Bichardson, with headquarters at Boom Tribune Building. New Yor« Friends of the THIBOKB yisiting find th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

!•!, SMtesii ^45 Sand home *1» Well-lh^aed Woman—On Horse- bacc.ln Dakot•.BBWatfK '•re and Afty_ Pat^f.)!, Neat Parl.lan Jewtx,MRKlM AlcoW ... IM Kellv. making ir.-Sciwp^ook. ?A I i»iS .. SO [Literrry Wtk^] A scrap-book should not\gcomposed of miscellaneous material, bat Cnfiiusd to some special puipose, for there are v,™ few topics on which The World does nt publish a wealth of information and grace! wit. Let the collector decide rigidly whethe.pictures or printed textsare to be collected. jn pict­ ures the collector should confine himuif to a definite subject, whether portraits, his^rjca] land«icapes, or some, branch of naural histoiy. A book of fomous authors mar- be collected from publishers' catalogues alo^ In almost every city or county a voliin^ of local scenery may be collected. The col lector should especially seek to save what is likely to be lost. For a book in which to paste the cuttings, almost any bound volume will do, especially if its pages show a wide margin, and th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

4 !a®3S• tSssSal «$& Vr.'- i& WOMAN AND HOME. Che Well-lbeMed Woman—On Horse- back-In Dakota. tSi ••fere ana A«er— Painfully Neat rlslan JTcjjjrelry—Wis* Alcott HIIM KcUer-nnklng f®3^p»/. Kei«p'tt*ok. Tflaterrrj Ww'd.] A scrap-book shouldnot tie composed of miscellaneous material, bat confined to some •Dedal purpose for there are v^ry few topics on which The World doeS-not, publish a wealth of information and graceful wit. Let the collector decide rigidly whether pictures or printed texts are to be collected. \in pict­ ures the collector should confine hims li to a definite subject,whether portraits life .meal landscapes, or some, branch rJ of' nkural history. A book of famous authors nut be collected from publishers' catalogues alne. In almost every city or county a rolunn of local scenery may be collected. The coK lector should especially seek to save what is1 likely to be lost. For a book in which to paste the cuttings, almost any bound volume will do, especially if its p...

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