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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

a BY 4-, Jx 7 I V* s* O A. LOUN8BERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WE^CLT, One Year, $2 SO ViJ Six Months. !. 190 'i\ Three Months 75 !^^rf Hp 5S, 'o- l.T" jJ^.T -Vur-1 Sit. lilies I F*',?- .PN ADVERTISING KATES. T.tic^l arrt foreign bheineeB notices. 10 cebt* "cr-llno, of Nonpareil type, eacll Insertion. -Ten ineVto the inch ,n Professional cards, four lines or less, 51U s? a, per annum. AavcrriBcrtientf in column of "w ant?. cor n!e." "For Rent,' etc., 10 cents per line each ^insertion.. .l/uaal notices at regalar statute rates, /^r'filial poetry $1 per line. Fiir contract rates of display advertising apply •t this office or send for advertising rate card. BISMARCK, D. T., FRIDAY, JAN. 14. 1881. IT is tlie Moorhead Argonaut now in stead 6f"the Adrooate. A prettier paper but-scarccly as good a name. J).VKLING, the defaulting express agent at Valley City, Tvas sentenced by Judge Jianies Monday to eighteen months in the •i .house of correction at Detroit, Mich. TJXE TBIBUHE acknowled...

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. — 14 January 1881

ft rr, 3' ite p" |$ r: A THE GUEAT NORTHWEST. -A* Viewed by Miss Nellie Bright man, the Talented Edltoreas. Many of tlie citizens of Bisuiarck, and also of Fort Benton, -will remember Miss Jsellic Brightman. a bright and accom­ plished lady who last year went up the river to assume charge of the literary end of the Benton Record, but, failing to con vince herself that the west was a tit field for the flowing pen of a female writer, went back to Boston again last fall. In a recent issue of the New York Era ap­ pears a letter dated North Pacific R. R., Nov. 2,1880 in which her ideas of the eat are clearly set forth. In speaking of Bismarck, she says. "Bismarck is a curious and interesting^ town. It isr one of the hopeful signs of iliis region, that wherever there is a vil liage there is a minister hardly do sei tlers have time to emerge from a ,4shack" into a house, when up" goes a meeting, house not always with a visible steeple, but with one in the plan. This is the condition of the...

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. — 14 January 1881

f* 61 *y§ ffl R?H: kvV 5? r-- filSMAECBTBUSINEBS t^ABBS: TOHN A. STOYELL-i^ttOTnSy,^ tl 13N,. Fourth Street. JJAVID STEWART—Attotney.gff Fofarth Streel. fOHN B. OAKLAND—Attorney. .frf (City Attorney.) 64 Main Street j^NNEBY 4 WETffiiEBY-A^ogeTS.^ GEO. P. FIIAJTNEBT J. X. WETHEBBT. "s A T. BIGEIiOW, D. D. & DENTAL BOOMS, 15 12 W. Main Street R. PORTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. -.••• U. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main st .... Next to Tribune Block. "DANK OF BISMARCK. J. W. RAYMOND, President. W. B. BELI* Cashier. A general banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. THIRST NATIONAL BANK. I WALTER MANN, President GEO- H. FAIBCHILD, Cashier. Correspondents—American Exchange National Bank, New York: Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. A. BENTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive W" prompt attention. Office 41 Main st.. Tribune Block. T*MER N. COREY, U. S. COMMISSIONER, ...

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. — 14 January 1881

I AT FIFTY. Frwn Harper's Bazar. Yes, fifty is a great age—people seem to tkrnlr it is a centaiy. I have felt it as I looked back npop the veers: I Jiave felt it as I looked before me in the glass I have fek it in the society of Belle and her mates I h&ve felt it when people treated me with the cool politeness due their own self-re spect, and, that done, have fled to the charms of little Belle and Alice, that only yesterday I remember in their cradles and if I had any common-sense I should not have felt it with the regret I did. Bat I hated all along to be growing to ward fifty. I hated to see that I could not sit out doors of an evening without a little shawl that I could not take the old rambles and rides of my youth unless fatigued that instead of thrilling freshly in every nerve to the beauty of sunset and scenery as I used to do, I quivered only in remembering how I used to thrill. And then, too, I dreaded to be old, think­ ing if some day--some day—Maskelyn should see me, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 January 1881

8 HP tefc Itf* &«»- ^e Bwmarck Sributte. RELIGIOUS SEEYICES. MMETHOMST CIJURCH—Services crery San *?v dajr in tbe new chnrcb on 5th street, at a. m. and7|t.ttn, f»nndajr school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every ...«£ Wednesday eveniug at the parwna«re at 7.80 &I$J p. m. J. M. BULL. Pastor. ITPKBSBTTKRIAN CncRGn.—Snnday service at 11 a. m.and 7:00p. in., St. Paul time. All are ln vlted* seats free. Sunday school immediately afte* morniuir "service. Weekly prayer and «V 9 teachers" meeting Wednesday eveiiiuig at 8:lo .o'clock. W. C. STEVENS. Pnstor. «I*C-UAR-EL or THE BREADof LIFE,(Episcopal Kev. iM/.: -?, a. o. Yeater, Kocior. Moruing Prayer, with C'v' t,- nermo:, each Snnday, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Sunday School immediately after service. *-Ht)ly CoiniuunioD first Simday in each moLtli. JNonisthI service iiutil 1st of Sept. Strangers cordially invited to worship with us. Seats tree, -CATHOLIC CHUIICII.—First mass. 7:30 a. m.: hmii mass with sermon., 10:30...

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. — 21 January 1881

,/v P*/1 VOL. VIII. 11 XEWS-XOTES. —Proi. W. C. Fowler is dead. —Trains are blockadod by snow near Yankton. —There are severe snow storms raging all over Europe. —Charley Ross' father is still looking for his son. —North Pacific stocks: Preferred, 66% common, 84. —Connecticut elects Gen Joseph Haw ley to the senate. —Wiimjepeg is having the coldest weather it ever knew. —The population of the United States, ofticialljy.is 50,152,866. —Thosl F. Bayard has been re-elected to the senate from Delaware. —The Springfield, D. T., Times has en larged to a six column quarto. —The Whittaker court martial con­ vened at New York, Wednesday. —Truth says that Col. Hadley can tell all about the Chinese letter if ho would. —England incurred an expense of $77, -500,000 by the receni war in Afghanistan. —The firm of Bruns & Finkle, Moor head has dissolved, Mr. Finkle continuing. —The new locomotives for the North Pacific will begin to arrive about April 1st. —Cannon holds that the governor of L"t...

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. — 21 January 1881

W^tMl^K^CRIBXJNE. C. A. LOUNSBEBY, Publisher. BISMARCK, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. THE impression prevails in Great Brit that a majority of the jurors in the trial ^vor the Irish land-leaguers at Dublin, are on their side, and that there will be no con victions, as the jurors will either discharge or declare the leaguers not guilty. TOTS census,office has at last furnished an official statement of the population of the principal cities and towns in the United States, but it exhibits no essential variance from unofficial reports previously given to the public. The leading cities of Minne­ sota are set down as follows: Minneapolis 46,887 St. Paul 41,498 Winona 10,208. THE late session of the South Carolina legislature lasted only 27 working days, but it managed to add 173 new laws to the state statutes, the most prominent of which were aimed at the prevention of duelling and carrying of concealed weapons. A law for the encouragement of immigration, by the exemption of the real property o...

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. — 21 January 1881

Dakota .: 1 $ I r»• ... ... "'A news items. THE LEGISLATURE. I YANKTON, Jan. 12.--Li the conndl the president announced the standing committees as follows: Judiciary—Gamble, Scobey, Jolly, Wilson and Fisher. ., Education—Scobev, Wiggins and Smith. Finance and Expenditures—Shaw, Fisher, Gam ble. Jolly and Smith. Elections—Wilson, Gamble and Scobey. Railroads—Fisher, Martin, Shaw, Scobey and Day. Counties—Day, Wiggins and Gamble Territorial Affairs—Jolly, Martin, Gamble, Shaw and Walsh. Public Printing—Jolly, Wiggins and Walsh. Enrollment and Engrossment—Jolly, Wilson and Gamble. Agriculture—Wiggins, Walsh and Smith. Highways and Bridges—Walsh, Smith and Wig­ gins. Mme3 and Mining—Martin, Jolly and Wilson. Immigration—Smith, Scobey and Jolly. Charitable and Penal Institutions—Shaw, Gam­ ble-. Martin, Jolly, Walsh. Banks, Banking and Insurance—Jolly, Fisher, Wilson. Gov. Ordway delivered his message at 2 clock p. m., which was listened to by a large audience of ladies and gentlemen. Th...

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. — 21 January 1881

^mv $rOi Ail $* -K •fw & HO! S & a 5 re Aimni'i VfWJ'aminim 4*? !*t t\ fibt Uismawk SrilroiK. ,A.'ilDjjiiBERR^ 'TKIBUSE SUBSCRIPTION BATES:«-' On« Tsar, "i SiK Months. spa, insertion. ••.Leanl notices at regular statute rates. $2 50 r: 1 so 'S^hrce Months' ',-~ 75* *& ADVERTISING KATES. fc and foreign bnsmens notice*. 10 cents tcr line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion, len T+nento the inch. C1ft •Ptofefsional cards, four lines or less, $10 tier aunnin. Advertisements in column of "Wants, or Sale." "For Rent,•'etc., 10 cents per line each Or'usual poetry $1 per line. Tor contract rates of display advertising apply 4»t this.office or seud for advertising rate card. FLLSMARCK, D. T., FRIDAY, JAN. SI. 1881. THE Dakota Pahtagrapli has swallowed ,i lie Sioux Falls Independent and it looks as though it .could digest it. This leaves iMt two papers in -S.io.ux Falls. 1 •—1 Foivr BF.KT,O^, Montana, has expended in brick :buii«iings alone duriug the past vcar oswr 15,000. Benton ...

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. — 21 January 1881

•y i%yj W~*Jl «. wi bahx. mm- ^WivriK Maun. PresX 6. H.'Faibchild, Cash'r .'" St. Fanl, Minn, Bismarck, O.Ti^u: FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BISMARCK^ Bismarck, Dakota. Paid up Capital $50,000 DIRECTORS: Waltbb Makx, O Faikcuilv, HR Porter, Asa Fisbbb, Dak Eisenbebo. CoRRESPeNBENTS American Exchange Nat Bank. New York. First National Bank, Chicago, Merchants Nat. Banlc. St. Paul. Collections made aud promptly remitted. Drafts on all principal cities of Europe. In­ terest on time deposits. Agency for Kale of passenger tickets to and from Europe by several of the principal linos of steamboats. [28 thi Popular Monthly Drawing of the Commonwealth Distribution Co., AT MACAULEY'S THEATRE, In the City of Louisville, on MONDAY, JANUARY SI, iSSl. These drawings occur monthly (Sundavs ex­ cepted) under provisions of an Act of the Gen­ eral assembly of Kentucky, incorporating the Newport Printing and JNewspaper Co., approved Aprils.1878. t#~This is a special act, and lias never been repealed. The 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. — 21 January 1881

^e, AT HYWOKISO^LA^^ I loved thee well in salad days," Forever flown, /'/4 O, faithful friend, whose honest face I •??',: Reflects my own. \pt Nor do I mete thee scaritor praise, .k" .=• (Sincerity is hard to find,) ^A Now Time has distanced in the race, t^S&d left me panting far behind— fv.S" Heigh-ho]— iW?% Another weary mile or so. How well I recollect the hours r.v I used to spend fe Before thee once—in years gone by, My trusty friend. Oh, April youth! Oh, sun and showers! Prav, don't expect mt to confess How fong I took to Knot my tie, -The day that I proposed to Jess. (Alack? She boxed my ears—and married Jack.) vAnd now I wear—well, never mind. (Time'sruthless shears!) And Joss—why, bless you, she's been dead These twenty years! The fruit of Life is gone—the rind Is sowewhat bitter to the taste. Oh, vain regrets for pleasures fled— For days when I possessed—a waist But stay Til brush the sorry imps away. Ah, if some scientific man "Would but invent A looking-glass wherein...

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. — 21 January 1881

Yt, V', fe~ is? II BISMARCK BUSINESS CABDS. JOHN A. 8TOYELI1—Attorney. HMfy -v-.. 13 N. Fourth Street. AVID STEWART—Attorney. JOHN WM. Fourth Street. E. CARL AND—Attorney, v.,, (City Attorney.) 64 Main Street. T'liANNEKY fc WETHERBY-rAttoineys. J? ^47-Main Street. GEO. P. FLANNEBY J. K.WBTHEBBY. T. BIGELOW, D. D. S. W'*$ DENTAL Rooks, 12 W. Main Street. TF R. PORTER, M. D., 11V PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. U. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main Bt Next to Tribune Block. "DANK OP BISMARCK. J. W. RAYMOND, President. W. B. BELL, Cashier. A general banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. THIRST NATIONAL BANK. I WALTEB MANN,- President GEO. H. FAIBCHILD, Cashier. Correspondents American Exchange National Bank, New York: Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. A. BENTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive prompt attention. Office 41 Mam st, Tribune Block. PMER-N. COllEY, U. S. COMMISSIONER,...

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. — 21 January 1881

i&j '4'', A I 0 I? i. *a mmc*/•• SE^WBjiS 3bt$i0m(ir(k9rUmnt RELIGIOUS SERVICE8. JIKTQODIBT CHURCH—Services every Son .r!)„dijr In the new church on 5th street, at &Waad 7 p. m. ftanday ochool immediately after k^mornljig service. Prayer .meeting every flWedneaJay evening at the partonage at 7.30 "p. m. J. M. BOLL. Paator. 'ELTF^MUTTINAX CHOBSH.—Snnday eerrice «t 11 ||.''*lTVr m.and 7:00 p. m.. St. Paul time. All are in •ited aeats free. Sunday school immediately afle' morning service. Weekly prayer and teachers' meeting Wednesday eveninig at 8:15 o'clock. W. C. STHVENS. Pastor. CHIRU or THB BNKADOR Lire, (Episcopal), Rev. A. «#. Yeater, Roctor. Morning Prayer, with aermo., each Sunday, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Sunday School immediately after scrrice. Holy Communion first Sandfly in each moLth. No night service until 1st of Sept. Ktrangers cordially invited to worship with us. Seats free C'AA-IIOLIC CHUBCH.—First mass, 7:30 a. m. high mass with sermon., 10:30 a. m. Snnday school...

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. — 28 January 1881

VOL. YIII. 3i3 K's-.vom. —Fargo has a good skating riuk. —Dakota will not be divided this year. —Small pox is raging iu Northern Iowa. —Sioux City is quarantined against small-pox. —The North Pacific built 217 miles of 4 rack in 1880. —New Orleans had three inches of biiow tliis week. —Sara Bernhardt is in St. Louis plaj'ing to crowded houses. —The Cliilia forces operating against Lima are 46,COO strong. —Over 2,284.000 hogs have been slaugh­ tered in Chicago since Nov. 1st. —Heaviest fall of snow in over fifty years in nearly every southern state. —Gen. Hancock has been cycled pres­ ident of the National Rifle Association. —There are five inches of snow at^ .Mobile one inch less than at Bismarck. —Two men were buried in the Empire anine, near Wilkesbane, Pa., Wednesday. —The Apache Indianshave commenced their depredations again in Indian Ter­ ritory. —On the thirtieth ballot the Tennessee legislature nominated Jackson for the senate. —The Union elevator at Fargo is 140x75 feet and ...

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. — 28 January 1881

I-W~ •',! i-* :ji'1'--'it'''" Klv^v,- *K umm 8® BISMAHCE^TEIBUNE. C. A- LOUNSSERY, Publisher. BISMARCK, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. l$\ 35Y the census it appears that Minnesota has only .ten Chinese -within her borders, and it can be safely affirmed that these Chinese may stay, or go, as they please. LINCOLN"] is suggested as the name of a new territory to be carved out of Dakota, the obiect being to perpetu­ ate the name of the great historic character in the line of American Presidents. THE legislature of Pennsylvania is still balloting for senator. The division of the Republicans between Oliver and Grow not having been healed, it is probable that the final choice will not be made for several days. SABA BEBNHARDT was even more suc­ cessful in Chicago than in the Eastern cities. The receipts for twelve perform­ ances were $41,478. All the speaking by herself and company was in the French language, literally an unknown tongue to nine-tenths of the. people composing her audiences. THE pr...

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. — 28 January 1881

1& •jUJJ BISMARCK BUSINESS CARDS. JOHN A. 8T0YELL—Attorney SLVID STEWART—Attorney. JOHN BANK OF BISMARCK. Fourth BtreeV E. OAKLAND—Attorney. (City Attorney.) "^LANNERY & WETHE^BT— GEO. P. FLIANUEBT J. K. WUTHEEBY. T. BIGELOW, D. D. S. DENTAL ROOMS. HE. 12 W. Main Street. PORTER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. U. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main st. Next to Tribune Block. J. W. RAYMOND, President W. B. BELL, "FIRST NATIONAL BANK. J? Cashier. A general banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. WALTER MANN, President. GEO. H. FAIBCHILD, A. BENTLEY, M. D„ Cashier. Correspondents American Exchange National Bank, New York Merchants National Bauk, St. Parfl. WM. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. CailK left on the slate in the offlcewill receive prompt attention. Office 41 Main st.. Tribune Block. XpMER N. COREY, U. S. COMMISSIONER, Judge of Probato and Clerk of District Court. Office one door below Tribune Block. ®EO. W. BWKTTT. ...

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. — 28 January 1881

tii pY A, LOUNSBERRY. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: ./'• "VVICEELT, OR£ Year, $2 50 jStoc Mofiths, 1 50 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING HATES. l.ocal and foreign business notices. 10 cents ViT line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten lines to the inch. ft-pfcsslonal cards, four lines or less, $10 l-er Hunum. AdvertiseraentB in column of "Wants,*' "For 'svile,'" "For Rent,''etc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. J.cL'nl notices at regular statute rates. Urifiual poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply *t this office or send for advertising rate card. H1SMAIICK, D. T., FRIDAY, JAN. 28. 1881. I.kgrsi.AijURe nvws will be found on tlxe ihird page. THE probabilities arc that Hon. P. R. ^niilh will hold his seat. DKTUOIT, Minn., will be incorporated is :i villia.ire this winter. It is cruclly stated that Col. .Tolly was hardly able to take his seat, in the coun­ cil. last week, because of the stern reality boil afflictions. I for no ether reason, the selection of ri-n. G...

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. — 28 January 1881

ifS SP THE MAGXITUIJE OF THE MIL­ ITARY TELEGUAPH SYSTEM. The Great Work That Has Been Ac complislied in a Remarkably Short Time—Compliment •Mir:-" to Lieut. Grimes. •(From the Pen of Mr. 0. S. Wixom, formerly of the Signal Service.) THE CONSTRUCTION of the Northwestern Division of the U. S. Military Telegraph Lines was commenced by Lt. A. \V\ Greely, 5th TJ. S. Cavalry, Acting Signal Officer, in the summer of 1878 from Bismarck and extended through I Forts Stevenson and Buford, in Dakota, and tlirough Fort Keogh to Fort Custer, Montana. From Keogh a line was con Instructed to Deadwood, D. T.: total length of line being 646 miles. Lt. Greeley was relieved Xov. 12, '78 by Lt. G. S. Grimes, 12nd Arty., A. S. 0., who took up the work at this point extending the line from Fort Custer to Fort Ellis and Bozeman, and from Deadwood to Fort Mead a construc­ tion of 208 miles completed January 30, 1879. The additions made .to the Northwest­ ern system of telegraph in the season of 870' was 7(...

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. — 28 January 1881

a SB TEB'S ACCOUNT 0F«EW1TESS'S. -Sjawuel VGIoss,. "I've a letter from iittle Tei. "It's' 'quire' a "heavy one, you see, for a chap of ten but I can't make out such a mass of scrawl. Here, momma, suppose you read it." Before-.Mrs. Gloss could reach out her hand, Uncle Joe, Mr. Gloss's bachelor broth­ er interfered with, "Let me have the boys letter I always did like that young scamp of yours." After smiling at the downhill tendency of the subscription, Uncle Joe soon became absorbed'bver the pages that began in text hand continued in spider tracks, and at last rose to the dignity of hierolyphics. The Gloss family, tired out after the hol­ iday season, were having a domestic even­ ing in the dining-room. The library, artis­ tically hung in old Spanish leather, lacked the embellishments that grow out of daily use, and oppressed one like a great bronze extinguisher the long drawing-room, the conventional New York parlor, was too like a mammoth and splendid hearse to admit of even its p...

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. — 28 January 1881

EW*G'- ft il, S£ DAKOTA NE5TS ITEMS ^THE liEGlSLATDBB. YANKTON,* Jan. 19.—The bill providing for the erection of the Territorial penitentiary.at Sioux Falls, and appropriating $20,000 from'the Terri­ torial treasury for that purpose, passed the council to-day, and was sent to the house also, the bill in­ creasing the salary of Judge Moody, of the Black Hills district. In the .house there was a v°ry considerable unpleasantness over Mr. Bayne's bill providing for the local taxation of rail­ way corporations. The discussion developed the fact that there is a comfortable majority in favor of its passage, and an evident desire on the part of some of the members to crowd it through without full consideration. Mr. Dickev's motion to make it the special order for next Wednesday. was defeated by a decided ma jority, and it was only by much urging that it was allowed to go into the committee of the whole. It will come up for discussion in com­ mittee of the whole to-morrow. Hon. P. Pettegrew,...

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