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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 17 August 1883

I# I fr £. p' K$ 1" A XHsmwric now contains tolly 4,800 people The aeoond story of tbe Dakota blank nearly ,mcloMd. Work will be commenced on the high aehool building within a few days. ,, A 2:85 team advertised for tale in the one oent a word oolomn of thia p%per. Bin. Judge Oorrey ia slowly reoorering from a eevere attaok of intermittent fever. A valuable trotting team ia advertised ia the one cent a word oolnmn of thia paper. Furnished room* can be fonnd with or with­ out board at Hunt Foster's store on Sixth street. D. Stewazt'a little three-year old boy has been qnite sick with the scarlet fever, bnt ia now convalescent. The members of the Hook and .Ladder Go. are requested to meet at 4 o'clock thia afternoon at Helton Bros.' office with fall dress nniform. New residences are popping up their heads in every direotion and soon every new adition to the city will be dotted with handsome dwellings. Barnes Connty Record: S. H. Nichols, Esq., of Bismarck, owner of a Barnes connty bon...

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. — 24 August 1883

I.--..:, Mem •-sr i_ 4 WEATHER BULLETIN. The following, reported especially lor the TRIBUNE, shows the condition of the weather at llie various points mentioned at 9:26 last eve­ ning. Observations at all stations taken at the same moment of time: Tem­ pera turf,. Direc­ tion OJ Windx. Station». Bismarck ... Buford Billings Assinnlboine. Moorhead it. Paul Veloci­ ty of Wind. State of the Weather Clear Clear 63 7 61 NE Light 62 W Light 62 Calm Clear Clear G. A. DETCHMENDY, Private S. C. U. S. A. KEH'8 COMMENTS. PEANUT flour is becoming popular in Virginia. HIT a cur with a club if you would see the dog daze. JAY GOULD is now figuring on how much he has banked on the strike. IT is remarkable how the president catches so many fish. He never spits on hiB bait. IN speaking of a New York bille a writer says: "Sh has the true Italian air.'' Maccaroni and cheese! Whew! .THE connecting link between the negro and the ape has been discovered. Colorado bears are fond of watermelons. PADDY RYAN'...

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. — 24 August 1883

PS4 'f ibe Bismarck Sributte. THE CAPITOli BUILBlSft- Bismarck's one htuidred thousand dol­ lars contributed toaid in the construc­ tion of the capitol building was called for Friday and was paid over to Alex­ ander Hughes, chairman of the capital commission. The bids were then opened according to previous announcement and the con­ tract for the construction of the building was awarded to Chas. Thompson, of Bis­ marck, It embraces the erection of the main building—a fine and far more imposing building than the Minnesota capitol—at a cost of $97,600. This will be done from the funds now in The building will be enclosed yet this fall. The wings will be built from funds arising from the sale of lotu on the capital grounds. Furniture, heating arrangements, etc., will be pro­ vided from the same source. The low­ est bid for the completion of the whole building was $227,200. The Dakota capitol building, as the Tribune has heretofore remarked, will prove a monument to the integrity of the ...

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. — 24 August 1883

V. -i STRANGE, ISN'T IT. An [nterview With Several of St. Paul's Leading: Citizens Discloses Corruption Among Architects. They Attempt to Bribe Alex McKen zie and Make Overtures to the Governor. Disappointed and Chagrined They Seek their Homes to Heap Abuses Upon Honest Men. How They Squirm. When Architect Buffington was in the city a few days since, he told a reporter of the TBEB tjNE come interesting facts which were corrobor­ ated Saturday by several prominent citizens of St. Panland Minneapolis. Two young men competed for the hunors of designing the cap itolof Dakota. They were rather fresh, and, not understanding the business to a proficiency which would insure success in the construction of a building of the magnitude and grandeur required, they failed to realiz) THE AIR CASTLES they had framed in their mind's eye. Return­ ing to Minneapolis and St. Paul they imme­ diately proceeded to circulate damaging reports about Architect Buffington, the commission and governor. In fact ...

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. — 24 August 1883

*r it 4 A"} v' '5* lOUNSBERRY a JEWELL. THE DAILY TKIBUNK. J'ti t/Ushed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts of the din twenty-five cents per week. ot *1 ner moni«i. BDBaCHIPTION BATES. ©oe month .postage paid l-°° Three months. postage paid 3.00 Six 5.00 One year. 'O.&i THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. uSixht pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any a1Jress for $2.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY THIBUNK circulates In every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached »y a daily mail, and Is by far the best advertis­ ing medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY TKIRUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reaeh the farmers and residen of the small towns remote from railr. ad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Richardson, with ...

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. — 24 August 1883

DEATH AND DISASTER. The Dreaded Cyclone Sweeps Over a Portion of Minnesota, Scattering1 Destruction in its Path. Buildings Swept Out of Existence and Animal Life Blotted Out by the Storm. A Railway Train, Running at Full Speed, Lifted From the Rails and Frightfully Wrecked. Latest Particulars Obtainable of a Day of Death and Disaster Such as is Seldom Recorded. The Representative Citizens of North Dakota Meet in Convention at Fargo Yesterday. Other Lively News Cyclone Horror. ROCHESTER, Minn., Aug. 22.—Yesterday Rochester was one of the most beautiful cities in Southern Minnesota, with fine streets, shaded with magnificent trees containing many sub­ stantial business structures and dwellings and a large number of cosy houses, and populated by a well to do and intelligent class of citizens, numbering over 5,000. Today it presents a picture of indescribable devastation. Buildings in all parts are unroofed and otherwise injured, and nearly 300 of them are utterly demolished. Mills, ele...

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. — 24 August 1883

OUR UNCLE. The Irrepressible, Inimitable Uncle Rufus Hatch Arrives With His Mammoth Excursion. Every Nation, Gliine and Tongue, With Few Exceptions, is Credita­ bly Represented. A Happy, Talented, Rollicking, Brill­ iant, Jovial Crowd of Capitalists. A Short Visit. The long-talked-of, mnch-written-abont and only greatest international exenraion party, under the personal supervision, shrewd direc­ tion and kindly care of Buf us Hatch, arrived in Bismarck Monday evening. Everybody knows Uncle Bufos, and as soon as the train was brought to a halt, the broad, smiling face of the former bear, but now the most powerful bull of the North Pacifio market, was seen popping around in every direction and casting bright CHEERING GLANCES AT AIL. A TRIBUNE (reporter found him leaning against a post in the Sheridan house, almost out of breath and prespiring profusely. He was, as usual, dressed in a flannel shirt, a coat and pants, and smoking cap, with a neatly fitting pair of shoes, and a boom art...

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. — 24 August 1883

SEWS SIIfiGETO. OSCAB WIIDK is said to be droned like I gen tleman this trip. Dz LIBSEPS calls bis new baby by the soulful and euphonius name of "Jack." A MOVEMENT is on foot to bring the remains of the ark from Ararat to Chicago. A PHTLADXIPHIA baby, only one year old, can dance a jig with dexterity and grace. THIS is one of the best mottoes ever followed: Never trouble trouble until tiouble troubles yon. A WHITES from an eastern watering plaoe says bangs are very handy to cover up the mosquito bites. QUITE a number of eastern museums now ex­ hibit the only original shackles worn by John Brown. AND now Sullivan, the slugger, aspires to be a politician. He should join issues with John Kelly. FOBTY-FIVE carloads of peaches have reached New York and undertakers are Tubbing their hands in glee. SAMUEL J. TILDEN has purchased a team of Kentucky blooded homes to amuse him in his fast declining years. IT bas become fashionable at Long Inland to hunt snakes. They are nat sought for at salo...

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. — 24 August 1883

V'X 3Sv 8 TUTS"' s-iv THE CAPITAL CITY. Mayor Raymond will begin the ooastraetion •f elegant residence on Third street today. The Bismarck Building Association have com­ menced bnilding a fine $2,000 residence south of the track for Jos. Fox. Benton is reported much duller this year than ever before, and zeal estate is reported to have decreased in value at least 40 per cent. The steamer Helena is being overhauled and repaired, and will probably leave in a few days Cor Cow Island and intermediate points. Mr. Eaton, book keeper of the Bismarck na­ tional bank is now very siok. He is resting comfortably under the treatment of Dr. Mc Oowan. Dickinson Press: Truax&Co's. new pano­ rama of the Yellowstone Park, with a company of artists and original sketches, will shortly ap­ pear here. The Bismarck Building Association have fin­ ished the work of excavating for the public school building and will commence laying brick next Monday. Quite a number of prominent Montanians are now in the...

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. — 31 August 1883

MJ. i' 1^ PK' tE Tlie "Weather at 'W »:ie« Last Night. Bismarck—Clear thermometer, 73 Buford—Lt. snow 65 Moorhead—Clear 70 St. Paul—Clear «7 NEWi COMMENTS. A JERSEY CITY lawyer stole two bed qnilts. EXAMINE the outside shell of a bride's first pie if you would see a hard case. SITTING BULL'S crossness was probably caused by a jealousy of Logau's moustache. THE southern moonshiners are becoming civi­ lized. They now water their whisky. LONG RANCH hotel clerks love to kiss girl babies. None under 18 need apply. CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG must be losing her artistio powers. She.has begun to_make farewell tours. THBEE hundred deaf mutes are holding a convention in New Tork. It is a very quiet affair. A MITCHELL man made $2,000 in a specula­ tion and went crazy over it. He probably didn't have far to go. PROF. VENNOB is breathing sea air and figur­ ing on the architecture of new lies at Old Orchard Beach. JOHN KELLY passes the plate in church, but the congregation watch him closely enough to p...

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. — 31 August 1883

8bt Btemarck tribune. JTORlNCr THE XWKTHEKX HBABT. If anything were needed to awaken North Dakota to the danger lurking in the movement of the south for secession and for the appropriation of the name of Dakota, a few selections from South Da­ kota newspapers would surely fire the northern heart. The following is from a late issue of the Yankton Herald, and is a fair sample of the rocks they are throw­ ing at the north: One incentive that should harry along the •late movement lira in the fact that it wonld rescue the ntme of Dakota from the deteriora­ tion which it is now traffering by reason of the unfavorable reports originating in the north concerning short crops and other features ob­ jectionable to the western home seeker and capi­ talist. Too many people write down Dakota from impressions received solely from the Lortb, which section differs as widely from the south aa the sand and pine lands of north Wisconsin differ from the prairies of Illinois. With the north under the nam...

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. — 31 August 1883

SEWS COMMENTS. THESE was alight front at Sionx City, la., a few mornings since, but net enough to do any damage. MINNEAPOLIS papers concede that Bismarck has the finest exhibit of all kindi of grain at the fair. A MAN at Canton, D. T., paid $75 for the sport of shooting prairie chickens before the time prescribed by law. EMEBX STORKS, the famous Chicago barrister, has a "fat" job. He gets $10,000 for arguing a lard case in Chicago. "WITH the assistance of the North Pacific rail­ road company, Helena, Montana, is likely to have the finest hotel in the northwest. THE good Lord should deliver the country from the rank prohibitionist. The state of Iowa is likely to be lost to the Republicans be­ cause of these extremis's. FABGO is the most enterprising and liberal city in the northwest. She sustained her repu­ tation Saturday night by raising a fund of nearly $2,000 for the Rochester sufferers. THE Minneapolis Tribune says: When friends meet and part, sober, at Helena, Montana, the circ...

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. — 31 August 1883

BY LOUNSBERRY A JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNK. JTubhabed every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota ,1s delivered by carrier to all parts ol the clt* twenty-five cents per week, •r SI per mon'^. SUBSCRIPTION BATKS. One month .postage paid £*5JJ Three montfis .postage paid 3*£ Six 5.00 One year, to.cs THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any alires9 for $2.00 six months, $1.26. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TKIBUNK circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily 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 reach the farmers and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS A. F. Richardson, with headquarters at Room t...

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. — 31 August 1883

V£ r-! A GHOST. ReaJ, Genuine, White Gliost is Seen Upon the Main Street ot the Capital City. It is That of a Woman, and After Approaching the Center of the Street She Vanishes. Two Policemen Witness the Un­ welcome Visitor's Maneuverinsrs and Assert its Reality. How It Appeared. Policemen Scott and Stewart, whose state­ ments are verified by several citizens, are now the hosts of a ghost. Their story of a visita­ tion from the habitations of the unknown, is thrilling and interesting. Monday morning at about 2 o'oiock, as the officers relate, they were seated in front of Frank Frieby's drag store. The night waa dark, and as they looked up Fourth street, a figure resembling that of a female dressed in a white gown was seen mov­ ing towaid them from the opposite side of the street Scott remarked to Stewart, "What is this, coming in the middle of the street, at this time of night?" Both men gazed intently at the form, which vanished into thin air as it reached the center of the street....

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. — 31 August 1883

6 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 laugh much after They put as in the ground." The Poet from the Bad .Lands. "I want ter see the pale-skinned seraph w'at umpires the poetical game in this shack!" he Bhouted as he loomed up six feet into the dim atmosphere of the room just after the night force had come on doty. "Throw me into a po­ sition whar' I kin ketch a bird's-eye view o' the flowers an' heavenly breezes, man! I want ter git a focus on the unwashed angel w'at acts as hostler to the gentle muse as sing3 her songs in the TBEBUNE!" The literary editor had taken a walk down to Apple creek on his semi-yearly vacation, but the religious editor said he would try to minis­ ter to the wants of the visitor. "I'm a rhyme slinger from the heart o' the Bad Lands,'' he continued, "an' I want the hnll universe to ketch onto my intoxicatin' warbles! I'm a| revised an' improva...

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. — 31 August 1883

it* 1^/ SEWS COXIlESm OSCAB wants to go home io. his mamma. FBIKCESS LOUISE loves Boston and its people. ELI PEBKISS is lviu' aronnd loose at the seat side resorts. "IN Western Union there is strength," the op­ erators tbink. SAMSON might be able knock oat Sallivan were he alive. A "COBNEB in empty stomachs" is the latest definition of a strike. JULIAN HAWTHORNE describes life as "the predicament previous to death." IT has been snowing onl west of Helena, How we envy the people their coolness. BEN BUTLER believes that Massachusetts loves him with motherly affection. KNOWING that nothing bat whisky can down him, Sullivan has signed the pledge. SOME one calls on Courtney to row a race against a flatboat up stream. GABS for the transportation of the president's party have been sent to the park. NEW YOBK man sold hi* wife for $100. Women bring very fair prices this season. THE last guy of the hoodlums. Now let yer ears down on yoar shoulders and rest 'em. MB. FOOTE, the American ministe...

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. — 31 August 1883

U&F 1 llm THE CAPITAL CITY. Old books rebound at the TRIBUNX bindery. Work progresses on the high school building. The capitol foundations are being laid day and night. The justice court Is having a season of qnietnde and rest. The third atoiy of the Dakota block is now enclosed. Work has been commenced on the Merchants National bank. Contractor Megan is driving work on the peni­ tentiary with great energy. Hon. Alex. McKenzie will bnild a fine resi­ dence on fifth street. Work on Slattery 4 Comers block is delayed for the want of brick. J. P. Dunn has gone into the school book bus­ iness quite extensively. A number of fine residences will be built near the capital grounds. Several fast horses are being trained in this city for the fall races. Extra size ledgers for banks or mercantile houses manufactured by the TRIBUNE. Mr. Causby is now sole proprietor of the Western, Mr. Foley having resigned. The brick foundation of the First National H»nlr block is ascending with speed. The...

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. — 7 September 1883

VOL. XI. {The Weather at 0:86 Last Night. Bismarck—Cloudv thermometer, 49 Moorhead—Cloudy 60 St. Paul—Cloudy NEWS COMMENTS. GJ-J HING is the richest Chinaman in America andthe homeliest one. GIN. Sheridan and ,tbe new two-cent stamp will begin their duties on the same day. A CANADIAN judge has decided that a man has the riaht to whip his wife if he is real cure she deserves it. London has a society woman 70 years old and she still wears bangs and endeavors to blush when complimented. THE present season has broken more hearts and brought more disgrace upon families than any that has ever gone before. THE vote of a Pennsylvania legislator was bought for a load of pumpkins and a work steer. This was bis very lowest figure. DENNIS Kearney thinks tbis world isn't quite so good as it should be. It never will bo until he is gathered unto his fathers. A CANADIAN newspaper was serenaded by two braps bands the same day, but despite all this it come out as usual next morning. A SARATOGA visito...

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. — 7 September 1883

2 jSistttrtrcU (Mlmne. BlSiHARCK. On the 14th of May, 1872 the first set­ tlement was made at Bismarck byCoL Geo. W. Sweet and associates in the in­ terest of the North Pacifie Railroad. He proceeded at once to lay out a town which was called Edwinton, in honor of •one of the directors of the North Pacific "Company. The country was then an Indian country and the first settlers -were required to sleep on their arms, in "Order that they might be constantly on iiieir guard against Indian attack. In 1873 a surveying party of the North Pacific was attacked by Indians on the ground where Mandon is now situated, and in 1875, Mr. Henry, the only settler west of the Missouri river, was killed by Indians only a few rods from the site of the Inter Ocean Hotel, Mandan, and about the same time Chas. Wright, who was herding cattle in the vicinity of the land now owned by ex-President B. B. •Hays, six miles north of Bismarck. When Bismarck was located in 1872 there was not a settler between this p...

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. — 7 September 1883

mi ISMAKCK'S DAY. A Magnificent Reception was Tendered Henry Yillard and His Guests. The Capital City's Decorations the Most Beautiful Along: the EnMre Route. General Grant Receives an Over­ whelming Ovation, and Com­ pliments the City. Speeches by Governor Ordway, Presi­ dent Yillard, Secretary Teller. Carl Schurz, Frederick Billing's, Win. M. Evarts, Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, and Sitting Bull. The Procession Several Miles Long and the Grandest Frer Seen in Dakota. The Day's Ceremonies. The streets along the line of the march had been sprinkled, the mornicg was bright and the atmosphere cool and refreshing. The forty three handsome coaches of the Villard party vete reicsing in the neat fwitch yaid, atd the morning was one long to be remembered by every man, woman and child who was in the metropolis of the Missouri valley. FROM EVEBY WINDOW and doorway, banners, rational flags aod ever­ greens were swaying in the gentle morning air and the streets were spanned by great arches, whi...

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