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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 July 1883

'v' I 4 THE CAPITAL CITY. n«w«iu llwn »t Patau hall Jnly 36. Han. J. C. BJrnwtmnt eutjoteiday morn N:- John Kf*,regi*ter of th«|tind office, went to Hugo laat evening. Commiaaioner Dtifeong returned to his borne «tOkaton,lM(«veiii4^. O. W. Witaon, of Tobacoo Garden,i« visiting tba capital city for a few daya. CamillaUmo, the grptb vidlnist and grand oonoen company, at Un^Mtball July 25. One lady tat a gold —teh and chain at the arena last evening, wbiohahe baa been nnable to find. Jlarried:' CAKKIK—TSAKSON.—Jnly 8, 1883 br Bev. J. G. Rhodes, Mr. B. Gakria and Mita A. Tsakson, both of Bismarck. Henry Ward Beecher will lecture in Bismarck August 10. No one should fail to hear Amer im'i and the world's greatest divine, especially as this is his farewell tour. Whitley, Clock and others have let contracts for the building of six fine buildings in Steele, Whitley & Clock's addition to Steele. Most of these parties are residents of thiB city. The board of grain inspectors of Dakota hav...

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. — 20 July 1883

II. ':7pS§l| *1Wi flfe 12h 4 »i tf^i-%,'*. .... f4r ti ~i*'Z •.#' (J" -"i riV 1 ri i~'$i «, g/ £, „, j1 fcjsv? ,, fljsc.' n' VOL. XI. WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for tbe TRIBUNE,shows tbe condition of the weather at the various points mentioned at 9 £6 last eve­ ning. Observations at all stations taken at tlie same moment of time: Tem­ Direc­ tion oj Wind*. Veloci• 4 Station*. pera­ ture. Bismarck .... 64 Bnford. 63 Billings Assinnlboine. Moorbead.... St. Paul....... State of Weather Fresh Light Clear Clear C. C'KAMEB Sergeant Signal Corps, U. S. A. SBWSCOMHESM 1 '-. A, NATIONAL PASK improvements are nesting completion. v^_ FELLED $20 gold pieces are in. circulation in the southern states. SINCE a tax has been placed on B«ok and Bye it is now sold under its maiden name of "whisky andgum." GEN. ECKEBT, of the Western Union, is an Ohio man, but this fact has nothing to do %ith the strike. A WRTTZB claims that "admitting the bun­ ion" in mure refined than "ackn...

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. — 20 July 1883

h* jf"* *v-V^- a *'m-s' :r JV,' •J, .*£ JS. k'-' X. 1 A GSKAT KVEST. •.:•• A special telegram from New York to the Minneapolis Tribune of Sunday con­ tains the following detailed programme to be followed upon the completion of the North Pacific road: Mr. Henry Villaid, president of the North Fpeifio Bulroad company, has waned the invi­ tations for the great transcontinental excursion which Li to celebrate the opening of the main line of that road about the first of September y»wt.- The invitations constitute beautiful Specimen of the engraver's art, and the whole expedition is evidently gotten up regardless of expense and on & scale of magnificence never before approached anywhere in the world in connection with a commercial enterprise. The central event of the trip is to be the driving of the golden spike which will unite the western and eastern divisions of the road at a point near the western opening of the Mullen tunnel, which pierces the main range of the Rocky Mountains ab...

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. — 20 July 1883

TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. Smiles to foe Sandwiched in with tlie Solemnities of Sunday. "Yea, give OB fan and laughter, Ami hand the smile around We cannot laiigh much after They put us in tho ground." Anon of President Tyler has been detected trying to pay his board bill with a fraudulent check. How mach more noble and manly it would have been to slide down tho lightning rod at night and skip out through the alley. Now doth the modest rustic maid, Far from the city's clanging noise, Plunge in the brooklet 'neath the shade, And swim dog-fashion like the boys. Mr. David Davis call? interviewers "the buz­ zards of the press." Well, the boys have a hefty old circass to work ou when they swoop down on Davy. The trade dollar is an orphan—it has lost ite par. We Eat by the river, you and I, In the sweet summer time long ago— And I thought I with bashfulness would die When you begged me then to leave the place and go. But ah! while 1 would I could not skip, And I cnrsed the mocking river rus...

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. — 20 July 1883

I* t' -V •1 %4N,' BV LOUHMIRRV A JBWBLU. THXDAIUTUBUNK. Published every morning, except Mrad*?' "j ttumwiir, Dakota .isdellvered by carrier to all parts of the dt* twenty-fire cents per week, crftpermon**. SUBSODUFnONSATBS. One numtb .postage paid-.- t-oo Threemonths.postage paid 8.00 Six ,»•« One year, -°«8® THK WKEKLY TBJBUNK. night pages, containing a snmmary pf the news ottfie week,both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent. postane paM, to any a 1 dress for $2.00 slxmonths, $125. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TBIBUKB circulates In every town within one hundred miles ol Bismarck reached by a dally mailt and Is by far the best advertis­ ing medium In this part of the Northwest. The WMKLT TBIBUNK haa a large and rap- try, andlsaaeslrablesheet through which to reaeh the farmers aad reslden of the small lawns remote from rallr ad lines. The seneral eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Boom 15, Tribune Building, New York. xhe DAILY TKIBUNE wi...

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. — 20 July 1883

4 1 4 CIIEBEIT COXMKNT. OUT of 150,000 Mormons in Utah but 15,000 are polygamista. A 6BUW FORKS divorced wife peak of him as ber ex-husband. TFT BKKCHXB waited a sermon on the unregener ated of Chicago last Sunday. -. Ma. KEABHEY is fast becoming aware of the significant fact that bis front name is Dennis. CHAMBOBD will elude the grim monster yet if his physicians let him alone. AmcnoHATB friends in Bloomington will erect a monument, over the lamented Litta's tomb. Twrair-nnii husbands were placed on the retired list by the Chicago divorce conrts last week. A DEVIL'S LAKE woman kicked a tramp so hard last week that he baa been hamp-baoked ever since. OSCAR WILDE prononnoes a Ijondon policeman in cape and helmet "Michael Angelesqne." How idiotiqne! CHICACK) eats 93,000 worth of ioe cream daily. Think of that and yearn, ye maidens of Dakota's grassy slopes. A DAKOTA editor speaks of John Bright as be­ ing "tbe inventor of a very successful disease of the kidneys." A BOY says in his co...

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. — 20 July 1883

irfl JA ll:v Bfel- 1 j1 iW-ES-KSf t- *'ii I I NEWS COMMENTS, S I GLADSIOOTBis fond offrogs' leg®. 1 ,?.!.-V. T.4TB! storm cost Indianapolis $10,000. MISSOURI has seventy-three railroads worth $36,871,95®. .... .1'. Naw OautAHS is discussing public baths, but not taking any. !_____ OSCAE Wnjreis frightening English children with a lecture on America. A Hiv beetle is appearing in the south that is "a deadly enemy of the sweet potato. COLUMBIA college has resolved to admit wo­ men. It had to do so or have a row. IT is now asserted that America was discov­ ered by a Welsh prince. Great Christopher! CXHTBAII PACIFIC reports pat the Calif ohiia wheat snrplns at not over 20,000,000. bushels. OXN. KAUM thinks that revenue taxes, other than spirits can go. .... .. nearly all internal those on beer and A GEORGIA negro is said to have coughed up a cockle burr the other day that had been in his throat three years. 1— •!. THE president makes 1,160 postmasters a month and it keeps Hatton on the k...

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. — 20 July 1883

S&w? ww- A u,r ^'J "WHO Silll® CrKKEMT COMMKHT. ', houM turtles lay 150 cggaeach per day. AN Attooug^BTOF 87 years is catting four jiew teeth. .. SUFFXBIMO Mooes! The cookney lily is going toinit^:i:bpdkl •?. .%•', Tmr lawi itreet CUB at Niagara Falls now, and «Ugr In panto to! ., K58a6it^ THX Palace hotel at San Fianciaoo, cost 98 350,000, including the gronnd. JAT GOUTD is at Beach Haven, N. J., fighting mosquitoes with a bfeecb-loading shot gnn. Nirr year thermometers will be made of rub­ ber with patent safety valves and blow off pip». DB LESSEES HON. J. B. RAYMOND was SYRACUSE, N. elected president of the Fargo & Southern road vice N. K. Hubbard, resigned. ¥., claims to be the residence of 200 drummers, and goodness knows how many bummers. AN English paper speaks of the shah of Per­ sia as "the king hbsband of the world." This is shah-kinp! AN inquirer aBks the $ il TBIBVNE THE if Lotta is still on the stage. She is not. Lotta cannot be still anywhere. Salt Lake Tribune...

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. — 20 July 1883

as Wsmmmm '.Wfr JpSfc gir^iS U***, *1 K~ safe THE CAPITAL CITY. OUDIIU Unoak XJnioa Hall, Jnly35' Fine out atone ia being hauled to the scene of labor on the new Dakota block. W.8. Moorhowe will begin to build a fiaq residence on Sixth street next Monday, Poles for the Bismarck telephone exchange ate now on the ground, and work will be com­ menced at onoe. Died: Azetta, daughter of Lorenzo Merry, died at their home at Oak Point on the 14th inst, aged 32 yeus^ E. O. ff**1""1 aold for J. Stein, the northwest quarter of block 68, McKenzie & Coffin's addi­ tion, to Bev. Miller yesterday. The seats marked off for the Camilla Urso grand concerts bid fair for a large house on July 25. The diagram is quite well blocked off. The Chicago and Northwestern surveyors with Mr.,Alexander at the bead, reached Bismarck Saturday evening, after marking out a route from the soutneast to the city. Fort & Fort have removed their real estate office from the TBIBBME block to the room over the Bisma...

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. — 27 July 1883

!T, v*V "t ,®t liiK VOL. XI. WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially £or the TRIBUNE, shows the condition of the weather It the various points mentioned at 9:26 last eve­ ning. Observations at all stations taken at the Tent' pera~ ture. Direc­ tion OJ W inds. atatloM Bismarck ... Buford Billings Assinhtboine. Moorhead.... it. Paul CHICAGO is in tears and St. Louis refuses to be comforted. The largest pair of feet in the world ha? been found coupled onto a Sandusky, Ohio, girl. THE editor of the Mandan Pioneer should change the name of his paper. "The Daily Grammatical Kicker' would be more appro priate HAPPY marriages have been made on two hours' courtship, but a Wheeling paper thinks it is a pretty safe rule to know the girl at least three days and a picnic. IT is announced that the department of agri­ culture will open a strawberry farm next spring. It must be the intention to settle the national debt at one grand swoop. A VAGUE rumor is telegraphed that a Chicago pre...

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. — 27 July 1883

,X 1 ft & & ev W fW h-1- 1 V» ^-1 *M V/ ]-K jfoe UisttiaitU Sriuune THE NORTH AMERICAN .REVIEW for August opens with a very spirited dis­ cussion of the subject of "Moral Instruc­ tion in the public schools," by the Bev. Dr. R. Heber Newton^ who offers a prac­ tical scheme for conveying ethical in­ struction without reference to religious tenets, and the Bev. Dr. Francis L. Patton, who maintains that the Bible must be made the basis of all moral teaching. Henry D. Lloyd exposes the tricks and frauds of speculation in grain, which operates to make bread dear, and maintains that they should be repressed by law, as being flagrantly in opposition to public policy. "Woman in Politics," by ex-Surgeon-General Wm. A. Ham­ mond, is a caustic discussion of certain facts of nervous organization which in his opinion render the female sex unfitted for participation in public affairs. Hon. Francis A. Walker reviews "Henry George's Social Fallacies,' criticising in particular his doctrines...

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. — 27 July 1883

TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. 4%* _• Smiles to be Sandwiched in with the Solemnities of Sunday. "Yes, xin iu fan and laughter, And hand the smile aronnd We cannot laugh much after They put OB in tha ground.' A Fairy's Bath, Fair Apple Creek lay dreaming in the inn Like thread of shining silver thickly set With jewels worth the ransom of .a king. The sun was slowly sinking in a sea Of rosy beanty far adown the west, And little songtters in the leafy trees Trilled low their soul-entrancing melodies In churns with the whispericgB of the breeze. From out a leafy canopy there stepped A maiden fairer than a: poet's dream, Or wildest fancy of a painter's brain. Her feet so shapely kissed the grassy sward And play at hide and seek with daisies fair, While o'er her face of wondrous beauty played A smile that would an anchorite ensnare. She paused beside the streamlet's grassy edge, And stooping down with fingers soft and white, Tossed high the crystal drops into the air, And laugi ed in glee to s...

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. — 27 July 1883

Vi-"I BY UOUNSBMItV AJBWELL. THK DAILY TBIBUNK. rublnhed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts of the cltv a twenty-flve cents per week, er 1 per moi&a.: 1 IDBBOBDnOS JUm One month jmttie paid I J-jjJ Three months,postage paid f" Six 5-00 One year, ... *0.®s THK WEEKLY TBJBUNE. Hiffht pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any aldress lor 92.00 six months, $125. TO ADVERTISERS I The DAILY TKIBUNScirculates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck retched by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WUKIIT TKIRUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the fanners and residen of the small bdwns remote from railr ad lines. The general eastern agent of the TKIBBNK is A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at...

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. — 27 July 1883

If ?-v NEW* COMMEXTT*. THK telegraph companies think of importing operators from England. A NEWPORT belle wean a rabbet bathing suit to prevent her from getting wet. THE New York Jonrnal thinka it should be called tlie Western Disunion Telegraph cam pwy- WIGGINS' performing snakes didn't take in Bowman. The people were nsed to shch exhibi­ tions. DAUPHIN, the Louisiana lottery man, proposes to sue Postmaster General Graham for •100,000. VENNOB says we will have frost and anow in the northwest next month. Look out for warm weather. NEW YOBK has a secret society called the Order of Cranks. Its members are politicians and ward loungers. THE Post-Dispatch says there are 100,000 steady drinkers in St. Louis. What a spirited community! THK printers' strike at Omaha has come to an end, and the printers failed. Moat of the strik­ en have left the city. A married.man who pays attention to his own wife haa arrived at Newport. The poor man is probably insane. WB are fast assuming metropolitan ...

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. — 27 July 1883

4 If8-. Stf ®»fr liB fY\™ JFEWSCOMMESTS. WHIN New York fashionables go into mourn­ ing they will drink nothing but,black t*. Horn N» entertained that Jay Gould didnt't get stack with a pocket full of trade dollar* on hand. fi _____ A NEW YOBKEB calls upon the saloons to issne thousand-smile. tickets, and to punch them every time they're owed on. ,, A WOMAN named Dewing, in Indiana, hat given birth to her second job lot of triplets. The mother is Dewing quite well. EVEBY time a dude ealls out to his paternal ance tor he feebly mentions the name of a Michigan town. "PawPaw." U: WHIXTIKB says he never drank a glass of grog, smoked a cigar, chewed tobacco, or swore, but like other men he had.his besetting sin. He wrote poetry. IN A laska, diamonds are now manufactured at the rate of $1.15 a quart. At this rate even the clerks of second-class hotels can afford to wear at least one priceless gem. IN speaking of the various candidates for the presidency a territorial papier says: "Their fa...

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. — 27 July 1883

NEWS COXHENT8. "TH S looks very much like a severe electrical storm!"—[Western Union directors in chorus. THB poitoffice lottery order is throwing an immense business into the hands of the express companies. AM Iowa tramp left the small pox with a family who gave him his dinner. Even tramps can be generous on fitting occasions. BEING mistaken for a ghost and shot at five times, convinced a Vermont man that he'd better quit wearing his white suit after dark. MABBIAGE has recently made a Pennsylvania lady the mother-in-law of her brother, her danghter-in-law bang older than herself. A GBAND FOBKS paper publishes an article headed: "Husbands and Mules." The ladies of that city must feel highly complimented. A YANKTON hotel keeper was struck on the cheek by lightning the other day. It didn' seem to annoy him much. MB.SWEET SINGES BANKET, the OKNEB&L SPINNER CAPTAIN HAYDEN THE IN TBIBUNE can now answer your query. The harvest will be a handsome yield of "No. 1 hard." announces that h...

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. — 27 July 1883

•&* s*. v.lT wrist ir 1 NW#' !t & 8 K' i, W4= 7t f- THE CAPITAL CITY. Cammilla Utao played tna fnUbwae in M«r HM» last evening. The collections far freight at the North Pacific depot yesterday, were $9,000. A carload of Montana beef cattle went east yesterday morning. This is the first shipment, of the season. Granite boulders for the foundation of the panitantimTy are DOW on the ground and work is progressing rapidly. Fargo Argus: Governor Oidway is in Bis­ marck calmly attending to his duties without reference to the infamous slanderers attacking him. Col. 1'. W. Norris, official ethnologist, has taken some of the Bismarck sand east with him, and be will take it to the Smithsonian institu­ tion for assay. Von Kaster & Grambs have1 sold their Third street tin shop to Mr. G. B. Carr, who will con­ tinue the buainew, enlarging and extending it with the growth of the city. Harvesting of oats was commenced on the farm of Col. Lounsberry yesterday, and will be commenced on t...

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. — 3 August 1883

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 alng. Observations at all stations taken at the tame moment of time: Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion OJ Winds. Station*. 3ismarck .... Buford Billings Assinnlboine. Moorbead it. Paul A MAN named Darling lives in Fargo and when any one calls to him on the street every young lady within three blocks blushes and looks around. THE Minnesota editors rejoiced when their excursion was over. They were glad to get those deuced uncomfortable white shifts from off their faultless forms. BETWEEN neighboring towns in the east where the telegraph tariff on a message was formerly 23 cents it is now 28 cents. The extra three cents is fcr postage. THE Adventists say the world is to be again deluged at the end of the present year, and steamship companies are figuring on special excursion rates for the occasion. A FARMER1 daughter named Spanker h&B ...

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. — 3 August 1883

ftie StemattK griimm: jp^rvf\ "V THE counties in South Dakota are se­ lecting strong men for delegates to the constitutional convention, and if they do not succeed in dividing Dakota and se­ curing the admission of the southern half of the territory it will not be be­ cause their case is not well presented. The political interests of the Democratic party, however, requires that there shall be no further division of the territories in the northwest—that there shall be laid no more foundations for republican states, so long as they have it in their power to prevent, and he who expects favorable action on their scheme or to see Dakota divided, has not read under standingly the signs of the times. The great states of the east are not willing to concede greater representation in the senate than they enjoy to the sparsely pop­ ulated regions of the west, while the wood­ en nutmeg statesmen of New England, true to their cramped natures, are unwill­ ing to make concessions to any section 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. — 3 August 1883

1 TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. Smiles to be Sandwiched in with the Solemnities of Sunday. "Yes, give na fan and laughter, And hand the smile around We cannot laugh much after They put us in the ground." Chronicles of Iakot.a CHAPTER I. i. Now it came to pass that in those days there lived in the land hard by the sea a family of low degree and poor in the goods of the world. 11. Yea, verily, they were so poor that meat came to them only upon the sabbath day, and the smell of pie haunted not their humble board. m. And they had a son just verging into manhood a son with a phantom moustache and a Mew England squint. nr. And it came to pa«s that a maiden who was comely and fair to look upon did smile up­ on him and did mash him as flat Ha a greenback address. ... v. And as they strolled by the highway when the moon was in its full, lo! a gleaming light did fall upon their pathway a light from a transparency upon which was inscribed the le­ gend. vi. Ice cream, 15 cents a plate: vn. And the m...

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