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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1883

®v teii jpj vfc-«.4as Ty& ^«S? ^*r S9 14'-* sswas®^-, lj» l, i?" ,, & .., if.. l^-v' I 1" i"-", ?J-'' THE BANNER CITY Wiggins seems to have hit it right "V JelmTnia», of Boseman.iainthecity. The Acme dramatic dlub wants to rant a Wl inflfarank te dw ni^' WiaMBt. J. L. Dlowar and John B. lintel arrived in the city lMt evening with a oarioad ofMontana cattie,bomid east. Have you seen the fresh strawbenies at Bcnftr ley, Marsh ft OoVoffioe? Who says Burleigh ia not the Banner county? On the night of Manh 18ft, the Honser hock and ladder oompany propose to gi» first-class dance at the Merchants. Aooecding tothe largo Argus, thirteen OM loada of ties went mat on the North Pacific yesteiday, bound £w the end of the line. The iflecnp along the Missouri tidijewm lu» been good. At Sioux Oity over 60,000 tana have been pnt *p, rallied at 9120,000. OoL Norton, of Vermont, who ia now in the city, haa oome to atay. He wUl be aaaociatad with Mr. F.J. Call in the loan and real estate Mioba...

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 March 1883

VOL. X. 5r*l i*-- "HI WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially Mr the TRIBUNK, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9:26 last eve­ ning. Observations at all stattoas taken at the same moment of time: Tern pera- ture. Direc­ tion oj Winds. Station*. Blsuarck .. Stevenson... Buford Keogh Billings Dead wood Helena Benton Maginnis.... Moorhead... St. Paul Veloct $ind. State of the Weather Cloudy Glondy Cloudy Fair Cloudy Cloudy Fair Cloudy Fair Clear Clear 27 SW 19 NK 30 NE 44 NW 50 N 45 SW 45 SW 41 NW 43 NE 11 S 18 light Fresh Light Brisk Fresh Fresh Light Light Brisk 1 C. CKAMBR Sergeant Signal Corps. U. 8. A. NEWS COMMBSTS. MBS. DAVID DAVIS is said to be an "accom­ plished and elegant lady of thirty-five." NOBTH PACIFIC stock, 49% preferred 86 St. Paul, Minneapolis ft Manitoba, $1.45^. MILWAUKEE threatens to surpass Brooklyn as a oity of sp:cy episodes in social, journalistic and business life. THE 8t. Paul Dispatch is authority for the st...

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 March 1883

il mia THE TRIBUNE has received the follow­ ing communication from Mr. C, S. Cop p, who is now in Elmira,' N. Y., organizing a colony, which he designs locating in Burleigh cotiniy.: REMWM TBIBUNI: Enclosed find clippings from Elmira Bunday Tidings of the 4th. I would be pleased to have yon reply to these Articles through the columns ofyour paper, and especially in regard to the difference in the degrees of cold on the Missouri slope and in the countries farther east I ha7e managed to get up a great interest here, in Dakota, and the papers are making an attack on me, and for that reason I wish to have state* ments—statistical, See.,—to confirm my state­ ments in regud, to Dakota, and especially the Missouri slope. From my observations while with yon, lam aware that it will not do to tell the whole truth about that country, aa people here are loth to believe half the truth about Dakota and its wonderful resources hence I want a straight, square statement as to pros­ pects for men of ...

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 March 1883

wsmm is _, *4* $ -*r V/ JSE %V» CO WMEXTS. DAKOTA lost A friend ia the DEATH of Alexan­ der H. Stephens. ExGovernor Sprague, of Bhode Island, wa« married last woek in 8tann*on, Virginia. to ^isf Dora Culvert, of Qreenbriar couniy, West Vir­ ginia. THE Dolnth board trade has iasu«d a re­ markably neat little pamphlet containing the annual report of the trade andcomm jrceof the zenith city. THE subject of divorce is to be treated in thp April number of the North Americn Reyi by Judge Jam Hon, tbe well-known divor-r judge of Chicago, and the Rev Or. Tb*oiore D. Wooliey, the life long opponent of divorce, THE New Northwest, he New York city pub­ lication, very truthfully observes: Bismarck has five churchss and a free reading room, and it costs a saloon keeper five bund red. dollar* for a license to sell liHnnr. Few frontier towns can make as goods showing for law and order and general inteliig nee. THE late Edwin D. Morgan provided hand somely for his grandson and namesake, but. like o...

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 March 1883

•V LOUNSBKItltV JKWM.L. j, THE DAILY TIDBURlt. sfissss parts of the cltv twenty-five cents per week, •r 91 per monU. •OBflOBlRKm BAXM. One month .postate paid........ MO ibree months .postage paid One year, •••1M* THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. mght pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished ererjr Friday, sent. postage paid, to any address fj?r #2.00 six months, $12». TO ADVEBTISEBS I The DAILY TBIBUWK circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a dally mall, and is by far the best advertls* Ing medium In this part of the Northwest. The WUKLT TBIBVNB has a large and rap try'and Is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and reslden of the small iswns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Boom WjTrlbune Building, New York. The DAILY TBIBUN® will be found on file at the Grand Pacific Hotel. Chicago, and at the readng reading rooms throu...

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 March 1883

WHO LOTir [Joaquin Idler.) ligr, lom^ 1OT^ iii dnnm-IIj That weaves by the beautiful river, where waters flow warm, whan willows droop by, Where lilies dip waveward and quiver, Where stars of heaven they shine-for aft, If you take not hold of that dragon-fly, By the musical, mystical iiver. Let the lilies' lips open and quiver But when. Love may come, or when Love may go. Yon may guess and may guess, but yousvsr shall know, While the silver stars rise on tbat-river. Bat this yon may know: If you clasp Love1* wings, And you hold him hard by that river, Why, his eyes grow green, and he tnrns and ha stings, .And the waters was icy and shiver The ^waters wax chill, and the silvery wings Of Love they -are broken, as broken heart* strings, While darkness comes down on that river. POPULATION. The Growth of France, the smallest of any Xation in Christendom. Chicago Tribune. The non-increase of the population in France is a startling fact to any student of social science. A report recently m...

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 March 1883

«v 8t£ J! gr^ss •i^T'^sfiirra^ ^(/KaSs -rsdffHMtfl? M&SSXHUtiaMiSOB" SnteftiilfljaFrf®e^fc8,MWfiy«ift «WiIl ii Jii JiH)Wiik«®beiiT«^» aBft3 itaL !o y^pfftwwn et' f-J i, i* 1 Kti/ till 1. S~ Ke&fr 11?-x^ i&Alm I vrt&s&i. 5&!bJ! im. N* •A^V-'V** *C-jiS*. &H esiisfio •i^^mw^awj*^K[a^7^^lhlnodi rigrrodJ ex ffnoI l-Btiol isrl" ol nortDSfd.'ja TCI! lo ar-fjmd ion liiv/ oii'A "(o batftntes rw^aft t^ti^rgWW'WiKte '^port liis nv/o ioiI ()T—vlfthnoeo'i una vilsr_ .. Mw$%m$hmf?]ntT*and lhe pr for tbi9 paper' *s 4hsir»pMiion of the Missouri slope is *Jo«t now creuiig much talk among HI* tending settlors and people seeking invest­ ments. Accordingly oiie line morning the scribe, clad in his elegant $100 wolf­ skin overcoat, and armed with a gross of Fabers sharpened at both endi,starled out across the countiy on his journey. WHAT MAKES A SOLID BOOM. In tliis» land of miguiticieut farms it has become a generally accepted princi­ ple that agriculture must be lite bacKbo...

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 March 1883

$ k| fiOESE. Ike Romance of the Invention of fho Telegraph It was Worked Out by a Poor Por­ trait Fainter How Idiotic Statesmen Over It* Giggled George Alfred Townsend contribute# to The Cincinnati Enquirer an interview with a son of a friend of Morse, the inventor of the tele­ graph. Morse's profession was that of a por­ trait painter, and he suffered most of the time from abject poverty: "Well," said i, "it is a little queer that a poor, straggling painter should make the telegraph, and kforty years afterward a poor newsboy make the greatest improvement npon it the present century, and invent the telephone and the electric light To continue," said my friend, "it was on the packet ship sailing home from Europe in 1833 that Morse leaped to the idea of the telegraph. He said that it came to him at the dinner table, and took possession of his mind as pervadingly aa if he had received an electric shock. He, eecame so much exercised from a thought that he had incidentally expressed that...

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 March 1883

.ggg riiE .|R -W-«' t& $,i'-*: ^5 "J THE BANNER CITY The Banner City for March is a boomer. The rttwli ought to be cleaned at .once. Remember the firemen 'a bail to-night at the Merchanta- Notioe the advertisement of TrittenJk Schreck on tbe first page. Col. Lounsberry is expectedto return from Washington to-night. Walter Fletcher is now managing an opera honae in Qrand Forks. Telegraphic advices from Fort Stevenson re­ port the river on the rise. Where ia there a sidewalk needed more than in front of the Central block? J. G. Malloy, proprietor of the Western house, haa re-opened, hia sample rooms. Why don't some one straighten the flag ataff on top of tbe oourtjiouae tower? Hugh Maodonald rejoioes over the advent in hia household of a very yonng girl. There ia a splendid opening in Waahbnrn for various kinds of mercantile business. Steve Welsh is reported to be rapidly recover­ ing from the wound inflicted by Book's rifle. Speaker Williams ia visiting in Freeport, I1L He is exp...

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 March 1883

h|SkSL miri w, "V& iHsv m. 11 i, WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for the TRIBUNE, shows the condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9:26 last eve­ ning. Observations at all .stations taken at the same moment of time: Benton... Tern- Direc­ Veloci­ •State of Station*. pera- tion Ol ty qf the ture. Winds. Wind. Weather Blsiuttck ... 26 N Light Maginnls Moorbead.... Cloudy Light Calm Cloudy Calm Stevenson.. 26 Buford 30 E Fresh Cloudy Keonh... 41 SE Brisk Clear Billings 43 E Kresb Fair Dead wood.... 32 NE Light Clear Helena. Light Cloudy Clear. 34 13 SE Light Calm Cloudy Clear. St. Paul 22 sw Fresh Clear C. CHAM KB Sergeant Sljnial Corps. U. 8. A. KKW8 coxafiwra. THC trial of Nash for the shooting of Newton, at Wahpeton, is now in fall blast. Popular sentiment seems to be with Nash. THBBB was a wholesale bouncing of editors a few nights ago in the office of the New York World, summary notices of dismissal being served on about two-thirds 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. — 23 March 1883

as& if, V/O *&v «V- THS TELLOWMIVXE PABK. By the act of congress approved Majch 1,1878, a certain tract of land in the terri­ tories of Montana and Wyoming, lying near the headwaters of the Yellowstone river, and particularly described therein, was reserved and withdrawn from settle ment, occupancy and sale under the laws of the United States, and dedicated and set apart as a public park or pleasure ground for the benefit and enjoyment oi the people and the same was placed un­ der the exclusive control of the secretary of the interior, whose duty it was made to "make and publish such rales and regu­ lations as he may deem necessary or proper for the care and management of the same it being farther directed by the said act that these regulations should pro­ vide for the preservation from injury or spoliation of all timber, mineral depos­ its, natural curiosities, or wonders within^ the park, and their retention in their, nat­ ural condition. The secretary of the interior was ...

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 March 1883

jJ|«||*^ j^iP^ipi' ^z- -o f*+4 *$?£& V^gSBetlSsi 5 *7 rr^s^ «EA« ESTATE TBAS8FEB8 In Bnrleigh Connty From March 1, 1883 to March 15.1883. Alex McKenzie and Elijah Coffin to W 8. Kenny, lots 9,l0tW.12,13,14,15,16, block 91, McKenzie SCoflius coal aad. ....*1,225 00 Wm Bannon to Cyrus Perry, lot 5, block 48 .... 4u0 ou Alex Mckenzie' and others to OnonD 400 00 300 00 Knox, lot 7,8,M«Kenzle's add.... ...... Alex McKenzie and others to Perry lots 21,22, blk 17, McKeuzieV add...... NPBBtoJ S Plants andC WBerke mann. lot 3, blk 4, N Pad'I .. N io jfohn Wetherby, lot 4, blk 31: lots 4, 5. 6, 7, 8,9, blk 34 lots 1,2, 3, 4. blk 85 lots 11,12,1, 2. 3, 10, blk 47 lots 7.8,9, blk 53, all in N 2d add— 1,440 00 N it to John Wetherby, lots 4,2,3, 5. blk 6 lot 28, blk 9, N P2d add....... if i*RRto W Bell, lot 1, blk 4 N add James Beardonto Geo Flannery and John Weiherbj.one acre In neM ot seH of sec 32 town 139, range 80 John KWetherby to Isaac Been, lots 11, 12. blk 116 150 00 600 00 160 00 1 ...

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. — 23 March 1883

•V LOUNSBtftRY JIWILL. THE DAILY TBIBUNh. published ever morning, except Monday, at Blsfnkra^' Dakota ,1s delivered by canter to all partaot the cit* twenty-live cents per week, or 91 per mont*. SCBSCRIFTIOV KATBS. One month .postage paid. »l i.w x'hree months .postage paid. 3.00 Bis R-00 One year, 1®*® THK VTKEKLY TRJBUNE. 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 92.00 six months, 9125. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TBIBUMB circulates LA every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a dally mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY FKIBUNB hue a large and rap Idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try' and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residens of the small lawns remote from rallr ad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Room 65,...

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 March 1883

1 WEW8 COMMESTO. IT IB reported thst GOT. Ordway will locate the capital temporarily at Fieire. TH* TBIBUNE is pleaaed to learn that Knight, of the Hiles City Journal, proposes to begin a daily issue of that paper about April 1. THE people of Miles Oity seem to be with the governor in the Caster county commissioner war. At laBt J. accounts, however, the old com­ missioners held the fort. MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL President Arthur thinks that Dakota is piling up sueh a big debt that it may stand in the way of the division of the territory. Non-division, however, is no longer a bug-bear to the expansive Dakotan. IT WAS a rather spicy remark whhh Council­ man Ziebach made after having unayailingly and single-handed "fought the bill to create tly capital commission. The old gentlemen, raid he "felt like Lazarus—he had been licked by dogs." IT is said that a strict application of the role under which the treasury department recently refused to pay Congressman Ochiltree his sal­ ary would place...

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 March 1883

xj V/ p. i. GAMBETTA. Hb Hopeless Floundering When Making HU First Argument. Success at Iiast, Opening to a Brilliant Career. •%'D." in The Century. There was no steady progression in Gam betta's rise to political fortune. He advanced pei saltum. The first great jnnip was into Cremieux's office. To be allowed to tnrn down the work for an eminent advocate is deemed a high privilege by yonng French lawyer* it was one that Gambetta attained on the day on which he argued the first case that was confided to him. It came to pass in this way. His client was an eccentric creole from the Antilles, who had picked him np adventitiously. Days and nights were spent in conning the brief and laboring at a set oration. The first lawyer of the age in civil business, Dnfaure, was to plead on the opposite sida On the eve of the day on which the suit was to be heard, the novioe sat np un­ til daybreak, and went nervous and confused before the judges. When the case was called onheroseto address the cour...

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 March 1883

/fc I 'l S ti~ ~vV*: jp^^-sK^ Paquita. A. A Htyta -v A camber of jean ago a lieutenant of th« United States army was journeying from old Fort Massachusetts, in the Sangre deOriato •aonntuna, toward Santa Fa He had just passed the Teznke Pueblo, and he hoped to .terE. »d The men did not allow her to finish her sen­ tence. They were crazy with drink, and saw that the officer was alone. Several of them, as he noticed, had their rifles. They advanced a step, with muttered curses, and then one, bolder than the rest, sprang forward, bringing his gun to his shoulder. Quick as thought the officer rode at him, knocking the barrel up with his sword. Before he could aim a swing­ ing blow at the fellow's head, the latter, with a cry of dismay, jumped back, as did his com­ panions. The cavalrymen had come up at a gallop. As if sprung ont of the ground, they confronted the murderous villains—the sun on the bright barrels of the car- have .rung out "No!" ne said, returning his sword with rattle to...

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 March 1883

WW-: the V- ll 'K" MrnSm SL^VMSSSJ •THE BANNER CITY Who fixed the dilapidated^ walk in front of H. u. Marahea wimple room? M«sw.Wbi-ley* Clock we contemplating patting in a store at Washbnrn. The A. D. Pratt ewe was not tried morning, case hating been amicably settled. 3£20Pt! feet. Alex Mctenxie leavae for the Met in a day or two. as & due* also Meure. J. W. Baymond and F. J. Call. ,. Hngam. Meroar and Coffer, from tfce city of Painted Woods, and ML-. Bhode, of Washburn, are in the eity. Mrs. M. Holiday ia locatedon ®ast Main street in tto dressmaking business Bee ad. first page this paper. The election of the people's ticket this »pring an.fM the material improvement and continued prosperity of th eity. E. L. McCnne baa jut retbred from a trip to Fargo. He says the people there are complain­ ing of baiines* baing very dull. The old-timer* are lost among the host of ne* comers. After three months absence, the TBIBUNK man finds himself almost a stranger. The building recently oc...

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. — 6 April 1883

pr r*. 1 *,* &p- IBirg COMXBXTB. NOXTH PACOTIO stock 505£: pnfcned 86^tf St. P., M. & M. jl.60. DAKOTA HI* become the seoond gold prodncing territory or ittte in the Union. THE selection of Judge Gresham, of Indians, tQ be postmaster general ii generally com­ mended. The judge's reoord a soldier, man and a republican is of the best. THE HOU. Waldo M. Potter baa resigned his position as editor of the Fsrgo Post. Mr. Pot­ ter's career on the Post was as brilliant as it was brief, and in his withdrawal Dakota jour­ nalism suffers a real loss. THE papers served on the members of the capital commission will not delay or embarrass tin action of the commissioners. It will simply take the question as to the legality of the law under which they assume to act, into the courts. JAMESTOWN Capital: Bismarck is to be con­ gratulated upon having elected a splendid set of officars—men of standing and judgment, who will ejtert an influence in making that city a place where respectability and...

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. — 6 April 1883

A MASS convention of citizens, of Da­ kota living south (Jf the Forty-sixth par­ allel is called to meetat Huron on the 19th of June for the purpose of taking ste^s preliminary to organizing the state of Dakota. The mo7e would be good one if it embraced all inst ?acl of a* portion of Dakota. Dakota can never be divided, and it is folly to long talk or think of such a thing. A movement of this sort will sipjply cause delay- and vexation. There are precedents enough for action on the part of the whole territory, but there is no instance where a territory has divided itself. It has not been done it can not be done. If democratic policy would not prevent division New England jealousy would. New England was al­ most solid against division when the re­ publicans con have done as they wished. New England was almost solid against, divisiou in the last congress, and New England would have prevented admission had it been urged in tlie last congress, Jjut a democratic house would not dare with...

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. — 6 April 1883

"Em •t I & ENGLISH POST-OFFICES. k' HdW the English Government Begolates P* ..' Its Postal Service. a A Model of Cheapness, Convenience and Dispatch. London Letter. In London one is seldom moire than a three or four minutes' brisk walk from an office for the sale of stamps and reception of letters and not often more than double that distance from £. telegraph office. Indeed, John Ball has almost gone to an extreme in making his post office a model of cheapness, convenience and dispatch. And yet he makes a good round profit out of it, though it must be remarked that the employes of the department mostly get very low wages. In 1881 the receipts of the postoffice depart­ ment proper—mail and money-order services only—were, in round numbers, §33,600,000, and the expenditures, $20,600,000, leaving a net profit of $13,000,000 for the year. Of every dollar received from the public for postage or money-orders, there is a net revenue of about thirty-eight cents, while the other sixty-two...

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