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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 June 1883

THE CAPITAL CITY. From fifty to 150 deads are being recorded daily* The Undine will get away to-morrow for Stanton and way points. P. D. Dibble is in Klmira, N. Y., working np a colony for Dakota. A young son reached the house of Mr. M. J. Halloranon Sunday last. The plat of Harmon's new addition will be open for inspection this afternoon. It is said that John Quinlon refused 5100,000 for his 160 acres east of town yesterday. Harvey Harris, the Fifth street real estate man, made several good sales yesterday: Mallanney & Miller, the real estate boomers, announce themselves distinctly in this issue. Our policemen have donned their new uni­ forms, which give them a capital appearance. Harman & Mcliean sold lots 19, 20and21. block 52, Williams' addition to-day, for $10,000. It now takes a ten-foot pole with a $500 bill on the end ®f it, to touch a Bismarck boot­ black. Bismarck, the banner city, Bismarck the capital city, now let it be Bismarck the brick city. Messrs. Brown &...

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. — 15 June 1883

&sH? WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for tlie 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: ILLINOIS manages to keep comfortably drunk on $60,000,000 a year. THE adjutant general of Kansas is named Ta jmas Moonlight. He is not very brilliant. "DENNY HANNIFIN, are you there?"—Yankton Herald. "I am, begaud!"—Denny Hannifin-. IT is announced that Sara Bernhardt has become a pantomimist- Shadow pantomime, ch? A COLORADO editor owns right up in print, that he has "fought, fled .and lied for the coun­ try." CONVERTING Cherokee Indians to the Mormon faith is the latest exploit of the polygamous proselyters. Miss ALICE IIAMMOND runs a 300-hen henfcery in Iowa. Hammond eggs is a popular food down there. THE Jersey Lily jumps at the sight of a mouse, but cottons'up to a dudish monkey with copper toed affection. NORTH PACIFIC stock 52%, preferred 90}^ 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. — 15 June 1883

r/ v •-i. .,2 r" I •-:. ftc iiatttarchStUmtte. DAKOTA JDIYISIOW. The division of Dakota is now the all absorbing topic in South Dakota, and is desired by some points in North Dakota, particularly Jamestown and Fargo. On the 19th inst. a convention will meet at Huron to frame a constitution for the southern part of the territory in the hope of. some way affecting division. After ten years canvass of the subject, Spending most of four winters in Wash­ ington laboring' for division, the writer last February became satisfied that Da­ kota can never be divided. The question has been before every congress since 1868, and in every congress has been de­ feated. The territory has of late increased so rapidly that every man of sense knows that division means the admission of both sections as republican states. The dem­ ocratic are now in the majority in congress, and may befor.some years, and it would be as reasonable-to expect them to delib­ erately give up a victory, fairly won, as to expec...

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. — 15 June 1883

r*-. Ss.-V •fey 1 -I r- fulfil A PROFITABLE BARGAIN tn Which a Pair Lady Cuts Iioose From all "Entangling Alliances." J. C. Kemp, in Marblehead (Mass.) Statesman, In 1858 your humble servant went to a wed­ ding one of the real old jolly kind such as they used- to.have years ago. He ate his share of the cake,got outside of a liberal allowance of the wine, and along about three o'clock in the morning lent a hand toward singing the good old song of "Landlords, 311 your flowing bowls -until they do run over, eta," and in less than a year afterward, served at the christening, in the capacity of godfather to the baby, which was a girl, and would yon believe it, looked the very imagojof its papa? The parents were plain, honest, but decidedly homely people. The child grew, commenced going to school at six, to take lessons on the piano at ten, French and drawing coining in a few years later, and finally developed into a magnificent specimen of the Californian feminine gender, tlie parents ha...

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. — 15 June 1883

fe %'n 1- f- fi- Ui., *»i- THE DAILY TRIBUNK. t'ublisbed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered^by carrier to all parts of the city* twenty-fire cents per week, orflpermon'ti. BUB8CBIFTION BATES. -^v^" 1.00 ....... 3.00 .. 5.00 ... 10.00 ne month .postage paid hree months .postage paid... Six neyev, THK VTKEKLYTBfBUNE. Ktelit pages, containing a summary of the uews ot the week, both foreign and local, pub lshed erery Friday, sent, postage pud, to any ridress for $2.00 six months, $1.26. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY THIBUNE circulates 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. The WEEKLY TKIBUNS has a large and rap 1 dly inp"«yin~g circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reaeh the farmers and residents of the small lawns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A. P. Richardson, with hea...

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. — 15 June 1883

-SP l&r 5*15® OFFICIAL FROM CROOK How He Penetrated the Stronghold of the Hostiles and Accomplished Their Deteat, The Large Flouring Mill of Harmon & Holmes, at Sank Centre, Minn., Burned. Arrest of Capt. Sleeper, of Brainerd, on a Charge of Crookedness- Mis cellaneous Dispatches. Gen. Crook's Beport. HAS FEAOCISOO, Jane 12.—-The following dis­ patch from Gen. Crook was received at military hear!quarters this afternoon: SILVEB CHEEK, Arizona, twelve miles north of the boundary, via Tomb?toil?, Jane 12.—I left here May l6t witb a huudrad and ninety-three Apache scouts, under Crawford, Wood and Mackey, with, with Chaffee's company of 12 men of the sixth cavalry, and rations for two months on mules and followed the hostile Chi­ huahuas. The countiy is of indescribable roughness. A number of mules lost their foot­ ing by stepping from the trail and fell down the precipices and were killed. The strong hold of the Chihuahuas is in the very heart of the Bierre Madres, in a position...

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. — 15 June 1883

Us If :r,M IP':- br §t:v fe""' &4 Hr V' si nr -g^Q5f^%EW» COMMESra. -myf- ^HE czar IsfT H, KE'fi s» b»* made the home base at St. Peters- j,iSbnrg again without losing a hair or a square .- meaL .' A BT. PAUL paper announces that "the emper or William goes to Eta's on Thursday." Who in the two-spot is Em? CAPT. JAHKS BANDEBSON, who once owned the entire site of Milwaukee, died in that city, the •j other day in a poor house. SULLIVAN, the sludger, has again distinguished himself by beating his wife." Some man ought to hit him one just aft of the port ear with a pile driver. ______ THE czar is very-grateful to the nihilists for not blowing him into a chaotic mass of wide­ spread royalty at the coronation and thus mo mentarily marring the festivities of the occa­ sion. CERTAIN admirers of Gen Phil. Sheridan have bought for him a fine residence in the most fashionable part of Washington, to fee presented to him when be arrives next fall. The price paid is $43,000. iKOEBSOLii will sp...

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. — 15 June 1883

gssfr^-:--..."-. I -f ,1 I Sf UEFFB COMMBSTS. TBSBS are 300 entries for the Chicago dog show. :.--• Miasotrai claiSnsi the. best locking governor in America. Katb KANE,„the Milwaukee female lawyer, will ba disbarred. THE trial trip of Jay Gould's new yacht proved her to be a fast sailer. .. THE telegraph operators of the east are pre­ paring for a grand strike. IN St. Paul strawberries are selling for fifteen cents a box, or about $7 a quart.. EASTEBN BE ilea now wear buttons containing photos of their admirers. Dudish, eh? AN eleetric railway is in operation at Chicago. It should be called the lightning express. THE Marquis de More3 has purchased an in interest in the North Pacific refrigeiator line. THE Mormons do not take kindly to Turkish baths—nonauy ctLer kind, for that matter. i4I NOMYNATE Mister Cramer by anonymous acclamation," is tb3 way a Montana delegate put it. A H—LENA girl caused the arrest of a youn man for snatching a kus from her d—mask cheek. LIGHTNING is fast com...

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. — 15 June 1883

lm ft if ~ljr J*V'' WrW 8 THE CAPITAL CITY. Wimiiwi quietly took up his tent and traveled yesterday. The TRIBUNE learns that Wm. M. Pye $25,000 for him residenoe property. Gen. J. P. Hiitnh of the Second cavalry, is among the specula ton in the city. Meson. Sweet & Bennett, of Fargo, hare pur­ chased the Bale corner on Main street. A large number of lots in Flannery & Weth erby's Edition were sold yesterday. Parties from ^Chicago have received figures from the owners and may purchase the Goulson line. Marriedon June 13,1883, by BAT. J. C. Rhodes Joseph Eastwood and Miss Luella Marble, both of Bismarck. Mail agent Foster Howell has commenced the construction of a handsome residence in Wil­ liams' addition. Jackman was offered last week 980,000 for eighty acres. He will not sell for less than double that amount. Prof. G. A. Hewes, phrenologist and physiog­ nomist, has been in the city a few days and has concluded to open an office here. Mr. J. B. Buchanan, of Detroit, Mich., p...

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. — 22 June 1883

4 --•f .. -a*— 4 1^~".^'--". VOL,. XI. WEATHER B.ULLETIN. X'IMS following, reported especially lor the TKIBUXB, shows the condition of the weather al the various points mentioned at 9 :26 last eve Ding. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tem­ Direc­ Veloci­ State of Station*. pera­ tion o/ ty of the ture. Winds. Wind. Weather Bismarck 63 S Light Ltrain Bnford C4 S Light Thr't'ug Billings XEW» COMMEXTS. GENERAL CBOOK is fond of Indian meal. PRESIDENT ABTHUB'S colored valet is a dude. THE festive lire cracker will be suppressed in Chicago on the Fourth. EX-SECRETARY WINDOM will soon sail for Ger­ many. Bismarck has began to hedge. E. M. BANNESTEB, of Providence, whose work as an artist has received the highest praise, is a nrgro. A FARGO justice called a tramp a "pill." The appellation was misapplied. A tramp will not work. NORTH PACIFIC stock 52J^ preferred 90. St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba 1.28%. Western Union 8B%. Is David Davis' night shirt to be i...

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. — 22 June 1883

f-ij K*„ ft" 2®^S*2 ^7-sv^- THE THE ii: lis fc J*i? V- (, Jy i^ filjc ^tsmarch JNlmne. Dakota division as follows: "Any man in Dakota, who has anything to lose, if he goes to the Huron convention, will see the time he will wish he had kept clear of it. The whole scheme is absurd on the face of it. Is there a man in this territory, not a lunatic, who for a mo­ ment imagines that the next congress will either admit Dakota as a whole or divide her on the Forty-sixth parallel? The people generally of Dakota are not fools, if a few Yankton soreheads and their allies *bink they are. They know very well that a democratic congress is not going to make two republican states here if the same can be prevented, the Press and Dakotaian, Chamberlain Reg­ ister, Sioux Falls Press, Yankton Herald and other very respectable newspapers to the contrary notwithstanding. Not one of these sheets but knows that their claims area fraud and a sham, and that the Huron convention was a fraud .mid a sham in it...

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. — 22 June 1883

TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. Smiles to be Sandwiched in with the Solemnities of Sunday. "Yes, give us fan and laughter, And hand the smile around We cannot la ga much after They put us in thi ground." Oems from Modern Poets. I often sit me down and dream Of editorial days agone, When while the world was lapping cream I sucked in skim milk, pale and wan. Oh! how I used to swear like—well, Like snakes, and grow mnrose and cross, To hear the stuttering devil yell. "I want soma c-c-c py, boss." —[From "Echoes from Hades," by Jimmy Em­ mons. How sweet at early dawn to seek the air, When Nature smiles he* loveliest, and the earth la clad in golden beauty everywhere, While songsters to th ir trills of joy give birth. How sweet,I 3ay, whea Nature is attune,_ To wander from the homestead's friendly gate, And work a stand-off on jo next saloon, For three full fingers of it} whisky straight. —]"Temperance Anthem." by Ansley Gray. How sweet at close of day. To banish earthly care, And pass a blissf...

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. — 22 June 1883

1. If., -VY LOUNSBBRRY JIWKLL THE DAILY TBIBUNJB. V.f 1.00 i'liree months .postage paid 3-w 41 5.00 ne year, l0-°° THE WEEKLY TBfBUNE. -Cisilit pages, containing a summitry ol the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub lshed erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any ddress for 92.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TKIBTJNE circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a dally mall, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEKKI/T TKIBUNE has a large and rap Idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun try, and Is a desirable sheet through which to reaeh the farmers and residents of the small owns remote from railroad lines. xnuuiiv DiniHingt new ivik» The DAILY TRIBUNE will be found on file at the Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, and at the leading reading rooms throughout the east. DOES HIBTORy REPEAT ITSELF History never repeats itself except in the development of a new and different condition of ex...

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. — 22 June 1883

•f I The Ministerial Murder in LonteUna. NEW ORLEANS, Jane 20.—The Picayune's Mansfield special says: The preliminary exam­ ination has began of Benjamin Jenkins, jr. for the murder of Bev. J. Lane Borden. Imme­ diately after the shooting of Borden byJenkins, district attorney Hall wrote to John 8. Batter, father of the yoang lady whose name ia involved in the matter, giving him the particulars of th* tragedy and alleged cause, the cause being the ruin of his daughter. Butler replied: "There is not one word of truth in the charge yon refer to. I regret very much that Jenkins took op suc'i an idea. My daughter says she said noth­ ing to Mr. Jenkins that he coald possibly infer anything of the kind." The Picayune's Alex­ andria special sends a statement by Miss Butler a? follows: "I hereby deny having made at any time a confeasion to Mr. Ben T. Jenkins to the effect that Mr. Borden had in any manner ill treated me only BO far as shall be explained. When asked by Jenkins if Borden had ...

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. — 22 June 1883

ft)f Bismarck fMtoitte. NEW» COMMENTS. LYDIA PINKHAK was a spiritualist. HKNBY WATTI Bson has a glass eye. Emperor William wears a twenty-five-ye*r-old hat. BED is the rival of yellow this season, even in hair. SWEDEN sent us 11,198 immigrants the last five months. Loco, the captured Apache chief, is an accom­ plished poker player. GKANT and Sherman think the star route cases were talked to deatl "STAB route cocktails" are the latest addition to American inward soothers. THE North Pacific expects to run trains across the continent in October. THE prince of Wales is known as the royal dude of the British kingdom. IF the critics don't soon let np Ella Wheeler's next passion will not be a poem. GAT hosiery is no longer in favor, young men. Ohange your socks and be stylish. THE newspapers of the land are giving the star route defendants another trial. ANYBODY else lying around loose that wants to be acquitted of anything—J"Bob Ingersoll. AN Eastern exchange wants the star route lawyers ...

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. — 22 June 1883

SEWS COHKESTB. "Jracr my infernal lack!"—Berdell. PBESEDENT ABTHDB wants to go fishing again. Loo AN has gone into training for the presi­ dency. COL. FRANK JAKES will be banqueted after his acquittal. A MINNEAPOLIS man took a prize at tho Chi­ cago dog show. Mas. SLTJGQEB SULLIVAN thinks she can lick Jack in a 12-foot ring. The question now in, on what sort of a hand did Wasson drop his little pile? THE Lisbon Clipper has secured special freight rates on its sixteen page edition. THE Yale crew are getting np their muscle, but cobwebs are collecting on their Litin and Greek. As Arkansas man baa sandpapered the shin* gles on his house so tbat a cyc'one cant take hold. A CANADIAN judge holds tbat a divorce granted in the United States does not hold good in Canada. MODJESKA'S husband has taken ont first papers of citizenship, and will soon have a vote ready for the market. THE Mexicans call Crook ''the Christ of the frontier." The Apaches think him the devil from 'way back. BIPE, lusci...

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. — 22 June 1883

|JG|^ S»' p- :, IS fc+v tr: ilr Xs Ife? It'St" mm Br, PgJ§ ssg^ THE CAPITAL CITY. Mr. A. B. Waite of St. Louis, is^in the city Tinting his friend Jos. Little. Services will be conducted Sanday next by Bev. Hanna at the new chapel, in Menofcen. Ed. Sloan has broken ground for a dwelling house on the corner of Eighth street and avenue "B." Wm. Ives' residence on Third street is well under way and will be finished with walnut and ash. The capital commissioners will be here in a few days for the purpose of pushing -capital matters. Mayor Raymond is about to begin the con­ struction of three dwelling houses on Third street. Mr. W. B. Watson has commenced excava­ tions for anew residence in the eastern part of the city. James S. Hood, Esq., recently of Boston, Mans., purchased thirty-two lots in Fisher's ad­ dition to-day. Grpps in McLean county never looked- better amrche same kind of reports are brought from Emmons county. Judge Foraker, nominee for governor of Obio, is a classmate of J...

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. — 29 June 1883

ik .11/ ir te *sf •y* *»s VOL. XT. Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tum oj Wind*. Station». Bismarck .... Bnford Billings Asslnnlbolne. Mooraead.... it. Paul....... ^5" A STABTLIMO rumor to the effect that General Grant is fond of corned beef and cabbage is agitating the political world. LYDIA THOMPSON can carry her stage ward­ robe in her vest pocket, but it requires forty trunks to transport Bernhardt'* outfit. "DUTCH yellow" is a new and fashionable shade. It is about the color of Limberger oheese in an advanced state of decomposition. AN Indian in jail in Arizona killed his wife when she brought him some clean clothes. The southern aborigine is very quick to resent an in­ sult. A TRIBX of Paraguayan Indians with tails has been discovered. This is enough to make Darwin raise up in his tomb and propose three cheers. AN English physician says that seven out of ten people who have not been drowned over thirty minutes oan be saved by proper treat­ ment. PMT.ANGT.PWTA PBKSS Boscoe Gonkling, si...

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. — 29 June 1883

ASTOUNDING FIGURES. The Real ferslt Bis* tvj[f£.\ raarck During the Past Thirty Days. Nearly One Million and a Halt Dol­ lars of Cash Transactions ,-• 5 Alone. 7 .•• ., s':-':':' «jS*»4- ,i- -. Which Mates, Estimating the Con­ tract Sales, Over $2,000,000 in Realty for the Month. P™* :. A Magnificent tlkowin*. The following long list of tr»nifen am all in the time which baa e'apaed aince the location of the capital at this place—some­ thing lea than four weeks—and will demon t—the fact that Bismarck is enjoying a sea-' aon of prosperity unprecedented in the hiatoiy of any city in the country. Although, by rea aon of her favorable location Mid natural ad vantages, the bannercityhaa been on a tide of prosperity and improvement doring the entire srasrm. the wiae decision of the capital commis­ sioners in locatingtha aeat of government of Dakota territory here* haa plaoed the town ahead on the boacda of buainesa and population at leaat five yean, and haa given the real catate mwWt in im...

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. — 29 June 1883

Jm t- **r Nr-« •. **T a*--®*" "M. By Telegraph The tS**thera V1M4I ST. Louis, Mo., Jane 26.—Advice# from Ches­ ter, Randolph county, IlL.say that St. Mary's levee, opposite that point in Ifissonrit broke on Sunday night and the St. Mary bottom, a large wheat raising region, is now nearly all flooded. It is said 20,000 acne of wheat an under water in thia bottom alone. From Chester to Grand Tower southward on the Illinois side for a dis­ tance of twenty-five a^s. with an" average width of ten miles, embracing an area of 260 miles, is HuiLi iii sDnmaiD, and crops are destroyed entailing a great loss. To the north of Chester, nearly all the way up to St. Louis it is said to be inundated except here and there a high ridge which cuts the water. Information from all this region is of a general rather than specific character, but it is safe to say that if all these bottoms were deluged as stated, 'thousands of families are living in flooded houses or have fled to the bluffs for safety, and...

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