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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 August 1883

I- ff Js. t~( I T'i, ^S'l %b &P:* i~.ti' t- iljfftemarcftSrUmiE •V LOUNSBEKRY A JBWILL. THE DAILY TRIBUNK. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts of the citv* twenty-five cents per week, irflpermon^. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month .postage paid 9 Three months .postage paid 3.00 SI* .... 5.00 One year. ... t0.» THE WEEKLY TBFUUNE. (tight pages, containing a summary ol the news olthe week, both foreign andlcical, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any aldress for 92.00 sis months, $1-25. TO ADVEBTISEBS The DAILY THIBUNK 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 WXBKLY THIBUNE has a large and rap­ idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and Is a desirable sheet through which to veach the farmers and resident of the small towns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern 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. — 3 August 1883

CVBREST COBBBIT. A PEANUT vender of St. Panl has just failed for $000,000.75. _____ 8AN FRANCISCO ban a firebug who is a girl of fourteen and a church member. SENECA Indians now sell their votes ten for a dollar. Civilization is advancing. The operators entertain no thoughts of re Morse—unlets the companies give in. Gnuiint alligator skin belts made of fpig hide are very fashionable with eastern belles. "THE LAST armed foe" hasn't expired yet, consequently the operators continue to strike. THE striking operators are winning golden opinions by their orderly deportment. A MINNESOTA paper thinks the telegraph key is the key to the present situation. Keyrect. "JUSTIN TI*E" is the name of a Nebraska editor. That comes mighty near being too late. THE papers have ceased the publication of Talmsge's sermons until the heated term is over. JOHNSON county, Iowa, boasts of ten pairs of twins so tar this season and the harvest just begun. A SOAP, factory is to be started at Yankton. Like the new...

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. — 3 August 1883

tK" 4!fl* V-^WV* S 5 V, -CT) 0 Cl'BBEXT COMMENT. Da. GBKEN APPLE lives in Wisconsin. VERY few elopements take plaee in hot weath­ er Why is this thus? IMMENSE fields of petroleum have been dis­ covered in Wyoming territory. BCTLXB is said to be preparing something new in the way of investigations. IF yon know whowill be the next president and won't tell you're mean, that's all. A COBBESPOKDENT thinks yon can get the home stretch while putting down a carpet. TEE Jersey Lily has gone, but the Jersey ligh'ning still remains to soothe and^comfort Miss SUSAN B. ANTHONY will return from Europe in August—the very hottest month in the year. NOBTH PACIFIC, 49J^ preferred 88. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba l.ti9J£. Western Union 81. A FASHION writer asserts that Dr. Mary Walk­ er wears open back shirts. This is the unkiud est cut of all. AT the weather grows warmer there is a marked wane in Mark Twain's boasts of bis wood chopping abilities. THE Philadelphia Times offers the Quaker­ lik...

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. — 3 August 1883

SHEWS COMMEST8. A strike for revenue only," is the operators' battle cry. ______ DENIS KEABNEY has gone to Boston to load up with beans. WE imported enough Apcllinaris water last year to float a steamship. EVEN the savage Zulu b^omcs good some times. Cetewayo is dead. PRINCESS LOUIS* manages to worry alorg with 65 trunks when she travels. A SEVERE exchange advises a noisy candidate to serve an injunction on his month. BOIXIVAN, the polic—beg pardon, Blngger drinks nothing but straight pnnch. PRESIDENT ABTHUB has put himself on rec­ ord as in favor of the striking operators. THKBE are 461 Sunday schools in Dakota. Who dares assert that we are not good. A WESTIRN astronomer predicts that a big comet will shortly come along and knock the spots off the sun. 8T. PAUL ticket scalpers are at war and you can ride from that city to Chicago for the price of four Bismarck beers. CHICAGO HERALD:—A lieutenant in the army his drawn a $75,000 prize in a lottery. This solves the poker question. A B...

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. — 3 August 1883

THE CAPITAL CITY. The telephone wins in spreading rapidly. There will be a Mewl hop in Union ball thi» evening^^^ 11 i: /. VI® fiM Work is again progressing tatufactorially on the Dakota block. Thos. McGowan baa rented the Caster hotel to Qainlanft Halloran, who will take possession today. His many frienda will be pleased to learn that Win. Snodgrass is recovering from his severe ill­ ness slowly bnt sorely. There are plenty of prairie chickens on the bottoms bnt it will go bad with anyone to molest them before the 15th. T. P. Healey is bnilding three stores 18x40 feet, two stories high on Eighth street, in McKenzie & Coffin's addition. Messrs. Slattery and Comer are awaiting bids for their new brick block on Third street. Work will be began ina short time. The iron pillars and stone steps for the Dako­ ta block are being put in place, and soon thst structure will bsgin to assnme handsome pro­ portions. The new town of Weller is beginning to boom. A new hotel and a store will be...

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. — 10 August 1883

H3 vSW— il! WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially lor the JUBUXB.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: Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion oj Winds. Btationt. Bismarck .... Bnford Billings Assinnlboine Moorhead.... it. Paul Sergeant Signal Corps. U. S. A. NEWS COMMENTS. A Ntw railway across the state of Iowa is pro* jected. ______ THE Cleveland nine is ahead in the league contest. THE new hired girl has invented a new dish the which it is boiled cucumber. A Miss ELLA GREEN gets $1,800 salary as commercial traveler for a St. Lonis jobbing house. IT is asserted that the railway companies are considering a pr oposition'to close all local ticket offices on the Sabbath. WHEN Prince Bismarck signed the edict against American pork he war heard to matter, "Yoa can't make a silk puree oat of your sows here." JAY GOUUD is credited with saying that the 'Worst features 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. — 10 August 1883

I A** '. ^1., i' '1 ', I Slje listnartk tribune. IK regard to the revolutionry spirit of certain individuals of South Dakota the Jamestown Alert says: "In an interview •with a reporter of the Chicago Tribune, ex-delegate Pettigrew is represented as saying that the people of South Dakota will go ahead and form a state constitu­ tion, organize a state government under it and set aside the territorial govern­ ment that the people of South Dakota are united on this question that they have the territory and population and are determined to govern themselves that there will be no clash with the gen­ eral government unless the federal au­ thorities make it themselves that with them must rest the responsibility. When this sentiment was first expressed we supposed it was all a joke, but it has been reiterated so often that it would seem its promulgators are in earnest. With those who do not know better such a revolutionary sentiment might be ex­ cused so long as no attempt was made to carry ...

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. — 10 August 1883

ROSCOE'S RETURN. Ex-Senator Conkling Returns From the National Park with Words of Praise. He Tells a Tribuna Reporter That the Country is Beyond His Expectations. And it Will he One ot the Leading Powers Commercially and Politically. He Has''Retired" From Politics. A TBIBUNE reporter went to Mandan Sunday afternoon for the purpose of meeting and hold­ ing an intervii with Rosooe Cankling, the ex power-behind the throne, who who was on his return from the National Park. The disciple of the qaill and paste-pot found the statesman of resignation comfortably seated in his special car engaged in conversation with a member of the party. He had just finished the evening task of mastication and was in tha't pleasant humor which always follows a hearty meal. The reporter advanced and opened fire on hitn as follows: Reporter—Senator, I suppose you are now on your way from tbe park? Conkling—Yes, sir, I am returning from one of tbe pleasantest journeys I have ever enjoyed. The park is a beauti...

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. — 10 August 1883

it*' I •fsattKjr 1 If A :C--.0 •s av LOUNSBERRV A JEWELL. THE DAILY TKIBUNK fublisfaed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts of the cit* twenty-five cents per week. or $1 per raontA. BUBSCitlPTION KATES. One month,po3taje paid 4 1.00 Tbree months .postage paid 3.00 Six 5,00 One year, 10.85 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. (Sight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished ererjr Friday, sent, postage paid, to any a ldress for 92.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TRIBUNE 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 TKIBUNB has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residents of the small uwns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBTJXE is A. F....

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. — 10 August 1883

GOV. ORDWAY ON DIVISION. To a Sioux Citv Journal Eeporter He Gives His Views Regarding Petti grew's Revolutionary Scheme. Not One in Ten of the Voters of South Dakota Takes any Interest in the Movement. The Interview. "Do yon regard the vote for delegates to the Siotur Falls convention as representing the deep seated sentiment of the people, or expressing the desires of the persons inaugurating the movement the convention is intended to be a part of?" The governor thought a minute, and then very deliberately replied: "The extremely light vote reported in most of the comities would indicate that not one ,in ten of the voters and tax-payers had taken interest enough in the movement to even attend the election. There is undoubtedly a general desire among the republicans to secure, in a legal and respectful way, authority from congress to di­ vide the territory and admit a portion of it as a state. The wild and disloyal utterances, how­ ever, of would-be leaders who have been shelved un...

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. — 10 August 1883

pjg© ... mtiPfM: mMW11 'ii ^?S\ -s mm*. ., 5 Mi-' '•We- DAKOTA REVOLUTION. How the Hon. R. F. Pettigrew Pro­ poses to Slice off the South­ ern Half. The Revolution as Easy as Rolling Off a Log, According to the Pettigrew Sense. The Scheme Jisrol»ed. Special Correspondence of Chicago Inter Ocean. DK BUST, D. T., July 25.—I met the Hon. B. F. Pettigrew here today. He represented the territory as a delegate in the last congress. He is a poshing, active sort of a citizen, and I knew was iust the man to give expression to the most ultra sentiment shat is now fanning the flame? of the rebellion against federal authority. The term is not too strong. Dakota today is as ripe for actual and open rebellion as was Vir­ ginia wiien the convention of '98 passed the Madison resolution of defiance. I threw ont a question or two as the matador flaunts the red banner before the bull in the arena. It was enough. Mr. Pettigrew unfolded the plan for peaceful revolution, as will be shown by the following...

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. — 10 August 1883

CURRENT COHFLBST. THE Princess Louise rides a tricycle. I THE yearly salary of the Ameer of Afghanis­ tan is Ameer matter of £120,000.-" THE youngest Brigadier General in the United States army is General Mackenzie, aged 43. JUST to secure the negro custom a southerner advertises his blackberries aa "coloredjberriea." A UILWADKEK man aoea tor a! divorce on the gronnd of a black child being born in the family. A THEATRICAL performance given in Ban Fran eisco for the benefit of telegraph strikers netted over $3,000. SOCIETY item: Mrs. General Karl Echntzen himmel gave a small German last evening to her husband. TALMAGE talked to the Gidcinnatians Sunday but didn't draw well. He had to play against too many beer saloons. IT is eaid that Major'Wasson actually wept when bis moustache was shaved off. He should employ abetter barber. THE rumor that Gen. Thomas Eckert, general manager of the Western Union Telegraph com­ pany contemplated resigning, is denied. THE queens physicians have agre...

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. — 10 August 1883

«M» t¥v' rfC^'" $Phs£f ft THE CAPITAL CITY* Williamsport, oipitkl of KIWI*""1* county# John A. McLean ia quits ill from an attaok of fever. Beecherat the Methodiat ohnrch thia evening. Admission tl. M. Eppinger's new honse on Fifth street ia now enclosed and will soon be ready for occu­ pancy. Mayor Raymond waa confined to his bed yes­ terday, having been stricken down by the moun­ tain fever. Williamsport, capital of Emmons county. The artificial stone company haa,the contract to furnish the atone for the Blattery and Comer block on Third street. Don't fail to attend Henry Ward Beecher's lecture at the Methodist church this evening. The general admission fee is only $1. Wm. Bnodgraas is recovering from hia long and painful seige of sickness, and his friends hope to soon see him enjoying good health. Williamsport, capital of Emmons county. N. W. Hendricks has severed his connection with John Ludewig, and in the future may be found at the St. Paul one price clothing house. W. S. Moor...

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. — 17 August 1883

1 I' II 'Sf' /•, VOL. XI. WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially for the THIBUNK, 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: Station». Tem­ pera­ ture. Direc­ tion OJ Winds. Bismarck ... Buford Billings Assinulboine, Moorhead.... Jt. Paul CHOLERA has appeared in Eondnn. YELLOW fever is raging in the harbor of Vera Cruz, "A BTTAKP shock of earthquake is reported at Honolulu. Auoutrr 25 will see 1,623 miles of North Pa­ cific in operation. THE captains of the Chicago tngs all chew, and the tngs continue to smoke. LOBD CHIEF JUSTICE COLERIDGE, of England, sailed from Liverpool yesterday. CHICAOO is growing so good that she talks seriously of closing her churches on Sunday. IT is Andrew Jackson and not Andrew John­ son whose bead will adorn the new four cent stamp. IT costs a man $19.15 to shoot off his revolver in Billings. The funeral expenses are paid out of 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. — 17 August 1883

I7., Si GfcV'WJv Broval. gr V" THE Minneapolis Journal finds that according to the correspondent of the Qhicagd Tribune with the presidential gacty that the trip to the Yellowstone "was not solely for purposes of pleasure, Bnt to propose to the Indians the adop Hon of anew policy, of which General or of Gen. Sheridan. BEFORE the days of the confederacy the southern vaunt was "Cotton is king." It is so no longer, at least in Texas, where the cotton worm is monarch and he is parrying destruction before and behind Mm with a royal, reckless disregard of consequences which is assumed as one of the prerogatives of power—of the "divine right" of royalty to destroy whatever it pleases. The cotton worm "cottons" down to his work in a way that rouses all the average Texan's bile to the boil- ing point, on C' transportation. Duluth is an eyesore to Minneapolis in many ways, and the long headed business men of the latter city lose no opportunity, remit no endeavor, to circumvent the adversary, ...

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. — 17 August 1883

0 f- TRIBUNE BREAKFAST TABLE. Smiles to be Sandwiched in with the Solemnities of Sunday. "Yes, give as fan and 1-iughter, And hand the smile around We cannot laugh much after They pnt ns in the ground." Short Sayings of Famous Women. "It is only the first step that costs," wrote Madame da Deffand. "Love," observed Ninon de I'Enclos, "never dies of starvation, bnt often of indigestion. "I love men," said Queen Christine of Sweden, "not because they are men, but because they are not women." The wife of Phocion, when asked where her jewels were, replied, "My jewels arc my husband and his triumphs." Caroline Matilda, of Denmark, once wrote on a window pine: "O God, keep ms innocent make others great." Sophie Arnold called marriage "the sacra­ ment ot adultery." Madame de Bawr, a French writer of romance, when asked by Dacis why she lived, replied, "I live from cariosity." ''It is the toilet of death, but it leads to im­ mortality,'" exclaimed Charlotte Corday,as she dressed for the guil...

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. — 17 August 1883

1- 4I% i'.^i in lfpjl| IOUN8BERIIY 4 JlWIklU THB DAILY KIBUNK. e»bliahed erery mornHiK, except Monday, at Mlsmarck, Dakota .Udellvered by carrier to all parts of the cltv twenty-five cents per week, erf 1 per monttu SUBSCRIPTION KATK8. One month .postage paid.. Three months .postage paid 3.00 Six *T7 5w One year. THK WEEKLY TR/BUNK. flight 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 1AII.Y TRIBUKKcirculates 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 WKBKLY THIRUNB has a large and rap­ idly Increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and Is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and reslden.s of the small lawns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Richardson, with headquarter...

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. — 17 August 1883

^WISTr* lb If s- il'"'t'- A SLANDER! St. Paul Glebe (rives Tent to the Spleen of Some Dis­ gruntled Architects Who Failing to Bribe the Governor and Capital Commissioners, Malign Them. ... The Governor and Commissioners are Interviewed and Give the Boys Away -1 How BofflnctM Got There. Some of the inside work of the capital eommiaaion in adopting the plana of Ar­ chitect Bnffington, of Minneapolis, is cooing to light. It iieema that Hughes and Ordway bad seen Bnffington .and told him to be on band with bis plana. Several of the members of the commission were in favor of the plana of other architects, and at a private meeting four of the members present agreed to adopt one of the otber plana. Bnffington brought no plana or specifications, bnt Ordway wanted him to have the Job, *e and Hnghea having previously consulted BufEngton in Sc. Paul, and he so atated to the commission. McKenaie bad pressing business eaat just at that time, so he could not afford to be brought into the quarrel....

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. — 17 August 1883

•4 1 -fn* €e SS ^," A ah ?. a 7 «ftu J. & 6 fci TO* iii rSM: Pp ".:• 'M fe TREES IN DAKOTA. •-.y xtt^S, fW „.,. -i .«iuv Hortiealturing- a Success in the Terri tory Where No. 1 Hard is ,!f' pf- te' ^gjvv'iv •. Jt & W Grown. .:// Betnm of the Members of the Amer lean Forestry Congress to Their Homes. ©ive Us Trees. The members of the American forestry con grew, who paid a visit and many high compli­ ments tothe capital city, retnraed eastward Sunday evening, leaving a large number of newly aoquiredfriends to regret their early de­ parture. They were all observing men and gen­ tlemen of vast experience in commercial affairs as well as horticulture, and advanced MANY WIBE SUGGESTIONS in regard to the improvement of the conntry and city, The TEIBUNK is indebted to Prof. Oliver Gibbs, jr., of Lake City, for a copy of the report of the Minnesota State Agricultural Society for 1883 and ta Prof. J. L. Budd, of the Iowa Agricultural College, fcr a report of that gentleman's travels i...

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. — 17 August 1883

NEWS COMMENTS. Tn pig iron trade is looking up THB most dreaded "era" is chol-era. ROSA BONHKUE, in the sixty-first year of her age, paints incessantly and still drosses in male attire. MILTON H. SANFOBD, one of the most noted t.nrfman in the Union, died the other day at Newport SHIBBXD mall, with Valenciennes lace trim­ ming, is used for the daintiest morning jackets for rammer. THE story goes in London that Patti'S voice is giving way. She has not sung on several occa sions when announced. Hmr tK has notified the regatta committee at Montreal that he is willing to row Courtney on the latter's terms. KENTDCKIANS begin to look with longing eyes towards Minnesota—there was a big crop of rye in Minnesota this year. SOMEBODY has lately sent -to Ben Butler two oream colored owls, each of which is as cock­ eyed as old Ben himself. No rain for two monthB in British Columbia, forest fires are raging and a vast amount of ot timber is being destroyed. A DEED of property lately made over to t...

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