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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1883

dpSBSrSa* ifc IK E. !£v i§ -1 fl fe- •M. S»»g REWR W1XKHT8. The Parnell fond now amounts to £16X00. John Smith psssml through Bismarck yea today. "Don tbe jury mean to say I am a lisr?" —Seidell. Buoh BothscBIIJ) lights hia carriage with electricity. A sentby still keeps guard over thetomb of Qsrfield. Ben Butlxb can wear a coon skin cap next winter if he wishes. ARAS this month the trade dollar will be boycotted in New York. Unload. Hobbiblb thought! Can tbe German prince be suffering from the hog cholera The governor of North Carolina is the cham t:pfam peanut eater of the continent. JF«- Abbey's new tenor will prove a laments* Me failure. He haa spindle shanks. not aay ao many harsh things against Ohio. General Orook ia an Ohio man. Faipui to saw off your pants. A revolution in favor of knee breeches is gaining favor. Iowa's corn mop it is feared will be a failure outside of cities where tight boots are worn. No, gentlemen, 1 never-thought of declining the nomination. Iam an Ohio...

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. — 29 June 1883

HM geat: 3 -1 'smsf' r\ ffiH 1 THE LIME-KILN CLUB. Address of Hon. Higginbottom lawless on "Sentiment." .5.,.V- V.~ A Generous Oftr Frra Toronto—A P&i-liauientary QaestloB—The Begiltt ProsraiMie of Baslnem... Detroit Free Prest "I wish to diaplain," nid Brother Gardner •a he adjusted his spectacles and brushed up his front hair, "I wish to diaplain dat de Hon. Higginbottom Lawless, of Kosciusko, Hiss., am present in do aunty room an' burnin' to deliber his celebrated address on 'Sentiment' He arrore heah three or four days ago, an' has finished my las' bar'l of apples, worn my tiunday coat right along, an' will bo a dead­ head on me till he kin spoke dis piece an' cotch a mixed freight train gwine to Toledo. Do committee will escort him, an' if dat water pail am npsot or any lamps knocked down doorin' his dellberv de guilty wretch or wretches will receive a lesson dat will re­ main solid for a hundred y'ars." The Hon. Lawless appeared with a pair of red mittens in one hand and 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. — 29 June 1883

ii l!|- r. &* 6 J'' ^/fi "T *i&e Iwmawk gritowt FAlteO AMD TBE COVITBY WEST •Y F-... ...» I The Fargo Argus is a staunch defender and warm friend of Bismarck, while its contemporary, the Republican, engages in persistant misrepresentation of the city its people and the surrounding country. In view of these misrepresentations on the part of the Bepnblican, the Argus should be encouraged in its good work, and deserves the patronage of every live Bismarck advertiser. It is difficult to understand what Fargo or the Republi­ can expect to gain by denouncing the country in the Missouri valley where there is so soon to be extensive settle­ ments and important villages. Those who are not turned back from the west by misrepresentations will find in the' Missouri river country as productive farming lands as the choicest in the Red River country. .Should they come now they will find the crop far in advance of the earliest pieces of grain in that region. Should they pome during harvest ...

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. — 29 June 1883

MB. BUBDITTK,a. brother oftbe HABO^MI. entered the Biptiit miniitjy. which fi fn« population of the British Empire is 805,400,000 including (Vcar Wilde. TBK deadly mor IS the .negro's favorite weapon, especially in North (Jacoliiw. "-i DAKOTA piper says: "The peat before us.' Whit are yon backing up for, old mM? THE police of Yokahoma carry twoida, -and when they can't ran a man In they ran Um *«ongh. S ABSTAINING from food, it tiaid, will cure rheumatism. Rheumatic tramps are probably unknown, then. 1. \DBICIB TIKES: The St. Paul Dispatch calls Mary Clemmer Windom's wet noise. This is hard on Mary, just after she got married, too. IT is said thefe are 35,000 women in Tennes­ see that support themselves. Thereat of the female husbands too. Rapport themselves and their IT is suggested that General Ciook and his Indian scouts might be sent after Howgato and Nickerson. They might pick Charlie Boss up, too, if they ran across him. JUDGE PITCHES of Mount Vernon is the only, surviving mem...

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. — 29 June 1883

*sr vj^.-.v. -.- -1 ~v -. S I" s-:, te-.« •". VX ,***• .f, ST-^ fc. JK_ '?-0 v.* 8 SiSSll THE CAPITAL CITY.|SSSSS2SS The Itatgo string band will furnish the music for Friday's dance. Work on tbe new bank building of Mellon Brae, is being rushed. Yesterday was one of the wannest dais of, .the MMon—95 in the shade. It is rumored that' H. F. Douglas will eldse oat his store at Glendive. The North Paeifio coal company will change their headquarters to^Bims this week. Jackman ft Moore are busy on their brick yard and will begin burning in a few days. W. H. Day's new residence west of the Epieco-* pal charah will be ene of the finest in the city. The sidewalks on all cross streets are soon to be extended to avenne C, North Paeifio addi­ tion. Miss Madge. Campbell, otie of Sterling's fairest daughters, is in the city visiting Miss Lillian Steele. The artesian well bore is down 1,240 feet and except that it is a trifle harder no change in the material is noticed. Irving and Mulcahay of Farg...

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 July 1883

VOL. XI. WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for the TJUBONE. shows the condition of tbe weather at the various points mentioned at 9 36 last eve­ ning. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: atatUnu. Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion OJ Winds. Bismarck .... Bnford Billings Assinnlboine. Hoorbead.... -3t. Paul Veloa- State of the Weather 69 69 SE 8 Bismarck .... Bnford Billings Assinnlboine. Hoorbead.... -3t. Paul 71 75 S Light Calm NEWS COJIMEXT8. THE trade dollar most go. CAREY is now classed as an "assisted emi­ grant." THE annual income of the Snltan of Turkey is $15,000,000. JANE GRAY SWISSHELH is acquiringa very red nose. This is distressing. TALMAOE is talking wisdom with his cavern­ ous month at Lake George. THE Dakota university bonds were sold at one-eighth of one per cent premium. BEIT HOG AN, the reformed pugilist, is drawing gnat crowds to his meetings at Denver. WHERE do toy pistol makers go when they die? [St. Panl Dispatch. Down th...

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 July 1883

§&v II. fjr*' E, & &£• swsw THE Pioneer Press BA£S the North Pa­ cific will not long enjoy a monopoly of the Bismarck trade, and adds ^both the Chicago & Northwestern and Milwaukee & St Paul will soon extend their lines to Bismarck. An immediate extension of the Milwaukee road, it seems, will be made from Ellendale to Jamestown, and work will be commenced on the line of that company's road from Mitchell to Bismarck. The Chicago & Northwestern extension will be made from Ordway to Bismarck. The Milwaukee & St. Paul is likely to pass about fifteen miles west of Huron, building up anew town at that point. The North Pacific branch west from Wahpeton will be extended from that point to Lamoure and the Fargo & Southwestern from Lamoure to the Mis­ souri river, with a branch (which survey­ ors are now locating, northwest) to Bife marck, probably from some point in Logan county. That the development in North Dakota during the next eighteen months, result­ ing...

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 July 1883

K* '•f lsr si-1 $25,000,000 To be Expended in Bismarck Im­ provement* within the Next Five Years. A Peep Into Bismarck's Future, and a Meagre Statement of the Signs of the Times* What Manes* City... There has never been in ail earth's history a city built on nothing, a commercial metropolis reared on imagination, pr a substantial business drawn from unproductive sources. In all the grand category of American towns and cities, those which have sprang magically to the front, have received their nourishment and impetus from rich soil, happy surronnidngs, natural ad­ vantages and true, ni.conquerable American en­ terprise. During the last fsw years since Da­ kota has begun to attract the attention of the world, by her fertile soil and fields of endless, surging, golden grain, while many of her towns have carpeted the country with bombastic ad­ vertisements and booming stories, Bismarck has moved in the even tenor of her way, keep­ ing pace with the country and feeding on the nourishing,...

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. — 6 July 1883

9ftcii0inartft8tH)UHu •V LOUNSBMITY JIWILL THE DAILY TRIBUNK. ruDlished every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts of tnecltv* twenty-five cents' per week, •r $l per mon'uu StTBSCHtPTIOH BATKS.. Ooe month .pottage paid.. ..,....• M» Three months .posiage pald 3M Six ..-.. 5.00 One year, ... 10,00 TFLK WEEKLY TBJUUNE. eight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any aldress for 92.00 six months,$1-25. '•TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TKIBUXK 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 WEBKOT TBXRUITB has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reaeh the farmers aad residents of the small t»wns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TKIBVNK is A. ...

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. — 6 July 1883

•HP $ ?'l ii SEWS COISEXTH. fuuLX Gypsies are in utfe telling fortune# The population of Montana is now estimated at sauna. "Wwt.t. n^wngCreek" la a tributary of the Yellowstone. THE aandi of life of'TTU admiral Suds, of the navy, have ran out. UP to tbe bonr of going to press Dakota has 130 newspapers. "Tiw world do move." AH association of funeral director* are in waainn at Cincinnati putting np jtobs on the rert of us. IdOBTHUtQ struck a street car in New York, laat week, probably attnoted by the driver's metalic'cheek. A PKrasYXiVAiOA woman has lost her power of speech, and her friends have to keep her tied to prevent her from killing herself. A BAH FBAHCXBCO paper a«ys: A Montana millionaire is fitting np a 950,000 saloon. He used to sell his liquor from a tin cup. A NEW YORK scientist has gathered togther a collection of 987 skulls. Even in the faoe of this W«"IM claims to the champion sculler. CAPT. WEBB will try to swim the Whirlpool rapids below Niagara Falls on the 21st. G...

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. — 6 July 1883

& **3 HEWS COHMEXm JUT DAVIS hu a violent aveiaion to aonr ap­ plet THAT Apache chief the modern "Wandering Jnh." A BOUNTY of $24 in paid for bear aoalpa in Montana. HBS. HAYES haa a passion for relics of 4^ preridents. SATURDAY was the fint anniversary of Gui tarn's execution. NEW LONDON, O., doctors whirl] to their pa­ tients on bicycles. A NEW YOBK paper doesn't miss it far by as aerting that pie is the great American dessert. A BOITEBDAX girl eata two pounds of can­ dies duly. This is enongh to teeth oat. A latw London bonnet is called the "Jumbo" —probably because it has to have a trunk all to itaelf. lffn. TQIDEN moat have something good to eat about hishbnae. Henry ffittenoo stillremains Ida gaeat. Ammo her many capitalists Bismarck does not number a plumber. There is nothing here for them to plumb aa yet. THE "red-headed liar from Texas" is what they call Hon. Tom Ochiltree in England. How very soon they got onto him. A NEW YOBK editor speaks of A Chinaman aa going crazy...

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. — 6 July 1883

CUKREST €OM»EST. 4ii« ''''"'"iV" P—siDKaT ABTHUB getting bald. BOOTHKSN IndianUns will rat wheat next Buuwis making mots ptBdent money than the DID LEWIS weighs 200 pounds, tnd is three acoce yeui old. ••Thit'i the precious thing exactly," i* anew dodiab expression. TM British government should give its paapen round trip tickets. •TT«. LITTA, the prima donna, is believed to be oat of danger, but is still very feeble. of Gbic igo will be gratified to lean is en route to that city. that Dennis Keanq NEW JKBSKT is having an epidemic of tramps, Jeney lightning hsa pow'ful attractive powers. FLMUNT AUOCBTA Bui, who witnessed the ooranation, declarea that it was a distressing THE verdict in the case of Paymaster Waawn ia to cast a gloom over army poker OSCAB WILDE baa become fat, has cut his hair short and has it curled, and now nobody looks at him. XHE graduating classes in all the oolleges aie larger in number this year than was ever the case before. SIHCI the amours of the king of Spai...

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. — 6 July 1883

1 CAPITAL CITY. «~i* W'fi il^i. Hunt, of tbo firm Hunt & Harris, left for BjL Paul last evening. The river ii quite high and steamboatmen an •hackling with happiness. Asa Fisher now about the street* in an elegant ndtr phaeton, jost purchased. The first atory ef the Dakota block is nearly completed, and soon the second floor will be laid. The governor and capital commissioners in dnlged in a pleasant jaunt to Mandan yesterday afternoon. Mr. Jamee C. Young, one of Bismarck's lead-,, ing real estate men, will leave for a few week's visit at his hoinie in Iowa, Saturday morning. The building on Fifth street formerly occu­ pied by Joseph Thefsult has been rented to Messrs. Morgan & Mclntyre, who will open a restaurant. Maj. J. D. Woolley, a pioneer cf the Black mh and owner of the Woolley mine at Central City, died in Deadwooa June 23, after a long and painful illness. The audience in attendance at the perform­ ance of Callender's minstrels last evening were considerably annoyed...

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. — 13 July 1883

VOL. A.I WEATHER .• fi L- BULLBT1W UMJ following, reported especially lor the TMMIM, shows the condition of the weather at the vacuus points mentioned at 9:36 last eve ting. Observations at all stations taken »t the »moment of time: Veloet- StaTe of ty of the Wind. Wea'hrr Tern.' Dirtc- Station*. pera- tion. oj lure. W iris­ Uismarck -. 's Buford NK Billings Assinnlboine. Moorhead 73 S it. Paul. 78 S Light Clear Light Cloudy Light Clear Light Clear C. Ckamrb Mrgeant Signal Corps.U.* ilBWM COJlSIKSITS. TKF, G.'endive me' asks: "Won't so'oie lan­ tern jawed bloke open np a photograph gallery in Glen dive?" IT WAS a. California man who set a ban on an Mtricb eg!?"ju»t ti see th(Urned old tS i' spread herself." AGEBMAN paper,intranslatirg Yankee Doodle, says: "Tbe word doodle*signifies a lazy scoun­ drel,a bummer." MOIXIE GABFIEIJ, they say. is tbe really bandsome member of the family. 8b« is six­ teen and blooming. A YOUTHFUL Biemarck boy says if he had as many dollars as Cole has the ...

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. — 13 July 1883

f: SOUTH DAKOTA'S ORDIMSCE. As the Chicago Times article oil the Huron convention is exciting universal comment, a republication of it at this time may prove interesting. It is as fol­ lows: From Dakota the Times hss received a jointed composition which is styled "an ordinance pro­ viding for a constitutional convention and the formation of a state constitution, preparatory to the «lnii«Bim of Dakota into the Union." An ordinance is "a rale of action established by authority." The Dakota composition is not a rale of action, or anything else, established by authority. It is not an ordinance in any ordinary or possible meaning of that term. It is simply a pronuneiamiento, issued by an un­ authorized, extra-legal, and mere perfunctory gathering of pronunciados at the village of Hnron. The said pronunciados, having full, power to resolve anything and to perform nothing, began, like the assembly of the three tailors in Tooley street, by resolving that they were the people of Dakota, or h...

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. — 13 July 1883

HEWS FROI WASHM8T0I. President Arthur Will Come to Da­ kota in August. Chief Moses Has Another Pow-Wow with Teller. The Nickerson Case Before the Courts at Washington Yesterday. WASHIKGTCHC, Jnly 7.—By direction of (he •ecretaiy of the interior a party under John Benahaw, will leave Washington in a few days enroote for the Yellowstone national park to make a topographical survey of the park. An­ other party under Arnold Logne will make a geographical survey of the park. THE PRESIDENT'S TBIP. It is now settled that the president will start on bis contemplated trip to the Yellowstone val­ ley about the 1st of Angust next if nothing should occur to interfere with the present plans. Arrangements for the trip are in the hands of Lieutenant General Sheridan. The party will number about ten persons and be gone iiVe or six weeks. The president will join General Sheridan and other members of the party at Chicago. It is proposed to go direct to the Yel­ lowstone with as few stops as possible....

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. — 13 July 1883

«V KOUNSBBRRV WILL. THB DAILY TRIBUNIL. i-uMistaed every morning, except Monday, Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by canter to parts of the cltv twenty-five cents per week, ar $1 per mon'tii. SUBSCRIPTION BATK8. One month .postage paid Three months .postage paid Six One year. .» LOO 3.00 5.00 !?». THK WEEKLY TRJBUNK. Klxbt pages, containing a summary oi the lews ol the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any aldress for $2.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS I The DAILY TRIBUNE 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 WEEKLY TKIBUNK has a large and rap Idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reaeh the farmers and reslden of the small uwns remote from rallr.»ad lines. The_general eastern agent of the TBIBUNK is A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Room 15, Tribune ...

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. — 13 July 1883

CFKBISST comm. BOBKBT BOS.VKK owns 170 honseB. 5 WATKHMKLON pink is the latest color. PUB has 6,000 American resident*. CAXEY skipped Iceland in disguise. DAISY restaurants spring np like mushrooms. OSK swallow-tul coat does not make a swell part* MBS.GAKKIKLD and her daughter Mollie «ra atSarmtogm. Asioemanand nice people generally like this hot weather. THEBK are 880 Grand Army posts in the state of New York. MB. PAKNELL sees a bright outlook for Irish manufactures. IT WAS not Lotta, but a little apple from another Crabtree. THE Mississippi levees are injured by being ?sed as roadways. A JACKSON* county (G».) man is the father of forty-two children. Tinklepaugh is the euphonious name of a grocer in SpriDg Valley. CONNECTICUT devotes 90,000 acres to the cul­ tivation of the oyster. GE5. SCHEXOK, of Ohio, appointed General Crook as a cadet at West Point. JAY GOULD'S new sepulcher at Greenwood cemetery, Brooklyn, cost $85,000. A BALLOON has at last crossed the English channel, but it...

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. — 13 July 1883

f-.v- W /&vtV CCBKKXT COKHKKT. So youth under sixteen can now buy .a cigar­ ette in New Jersey. ABOUT five million trade dollars are in circu­ lation, and they are n. g. An Indianapolis carpenter named Gann went off last Tuesday. Lightning did it. THS Jersey Lily pays Mr. Langtry fl6 per week for acting as her brevet husband. ANOTHER Milwaukee girl is missing. How very easily Milwaukee girls abduct now-* days. Tine papers say: '"An Albany lawyer embez­ zled $50,300. That's a queer way to refer to the oollection of a fee. COLE the circus man, will have his joke. He played a Mississippi river mosquito on the Du luthians for a baby ostrich. "THE ridiculous and nauseous duel which kept all Virginia agog," is the way the New York Sun alludes to the Elam-Bierne affair. MBS. BONANZA MACKAY says she intends to give her daughter to an honest man. Ahem! Have you made a choice yet, respected friend? "WHEBE is this Kissingen to which Bismarck has gone? I may take it in myself. That name str...

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. — 13 July 1883

IT I 'JASON GOULD'S AEGO As It will Appear Upon the Wild Roaring Tide. The Strange Luda It Will Visit ui the Ciallant Conpany It Will Carry as It Sail*—A» It Sailf. New York JoarnaL I it has come to this that Mr. Gould looks nfoa (lis projected trip around the world as a life saving measure. He is ran down. He no longer feels the inspirations that have made faim king of the market for so long. His hands grow feebler and he feels that the scepter of speculation is slipping from his grasp. Dur­ ing the past few months he has been endeavor­ ing to realize as quietly but as promptly as possible. The results have hardly answered his expectations, for his opponents had antici­ pated his plan and have thrown every ob­ stacle in his way. He has had a hard job with Western Union, and now bitterly regrets that he threw himself into it so recklessly, for ho realizes that whatever may be done with rail­ roads it is an impossibility to keep mo­ nopoly of the telegraph. Despite these difficulties...

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