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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

VOL. 12, No. i. XEW8 COHIIESTS. LYNCH is the dark bone of the convention. BEETHOVEN was stone deaf, says an exchange. That accounts for his love of music. PABNEM, thanks America for her aid. Don't mention it, Mr. ParnelL we'are used to it. HAS Sammy Tilden a nephew or a neice? We wonder if he will ever be called Uncle Sam. FBIDAY'S St. Paul Dispatch was dated May 39. Castle must have been inspecting "oils" that day. THE May festival in Chicago has been a grand success and now the June spree is upon them in all its Vermillion hilarity. PROFESSOR SWING says ev.ry person is a lunatic once in a while. The ministerial lum­ inary knows how it is himself. OREGON has cut-worms.—Exchange, Now if the will cut hay and prepare to cut her wheat, the public will have more respect for her. Mr. Mahone says he "stands ready to stake bis life he can carry Virginia for Arthur." How careful he is not to make a good respectable wa- A PUTT, saw eighty -eight railroad accidents.— Exchange. No wonder it co...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

BV M. H. JEWELL. J. Oregon, the New-York believing says in Jo you no­ tice the lai^e fhe Northern Pacific? When I ajnie here February, early in the earnings vera only 000 for print $600,- the pftieedinff month. I stated in thatppasttrind" ifr April would be$l,50q,08a The Hwt eighteen days in April show vy estimate to have been correct, ii May the eaniingB will be $1,600,000, and October, one of the road will which will be best mouths, $$$00,000. The earn between $15,000,000 and $ 6,000,000 this year, and close on to •v 2i ,000,000 next year. It will take iifty thousand emigrants to Washington and Oregon, besides what go to Dakota and Montana. Mr. S. T. Hauser, the Helena banker, told me that from his section parties interested with him will give 20,000 tone of freight to the Northern Pacific in 1885, from mines that were wholly Undeveloped before the road was built." THE Grand Forks Plaindealer has this to say concerning the decision of the su­ preme court in the capital removal cas...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

H)e!i0tnarck®rUmne. Brake man Rilled. A brakeman named Emil Blotzsche, while endeavoring to make a coupling between freight cars at Sims yesterday evening, tripped himself on the end of a rail, falling against the brake of the moving train. The iron brake broke four ribs, throwing him on the rail, after which the cars passed over his right frg, severing it from the body. Dr. W. H. Harris was present at the time and administered medicines. The brake man is a young man of about twenty six years and was born in Germany. He has no relations in this country. Dr. Harris states that the most dangerous injury is that to his spine, although it was not ascertained before the doctor left whether the vertibrae had been broken or rot. However, his injuries were considered fatal and it was not thought he could live many hours. He was courageous and hopeful, and believed that be would survive, keeping up a conversa­ tion long after the accident. Fine Wheat. A specimen of wheat over a foot high was...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

\w 11 ttUra$i& **M, Publish**! Dismast**" parts o# $l per IUNE. except Monday, at •id toy carrier to all cents per week, KATES. jne month.wrtawj^y...,».... 9 1.00 fHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SUn to a»y address lor $2.00 six months, #14£. Tp ADVESTIS£BS The DAibT-TMBiJJf»«rculates in every town within one hundred milSflf Bismarck reached by a daily •m^.andis.hylarthebestadvertismg mediumiuithi^part oftife Northwest. The WEEKLY TKIBU.NB has a large andrap- i-liy incriftastag circulation .throughout thecoun i''y And toi desirable shefct trough which to r-'iich tlie- farmers andjgesldents of the small •.owns remote from railroad lines. =_ The general eastern agent .of the TRIBUNE I A Richardson, withTfieadquarters at Room 85*. Tribune Building. Nejjy Yorg. DlTOBIAlilW BIT'-v,i Last Saturday's Journal contained a very able and admirable editorial, such as the genial Colonel pknows so well how to write, in which it stated that "while advocating peace anf harmony, and de­ precating the endless...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

By Telegraph The Convention. DETAILED BEPOBT. CHICAGO, Jane 3.—The republican national convention, the 8th in the history of the party convened at noon to day. The spectacle pre­ sented at tbe opening was a notable one in many ways and its description would be worthy of a high flight of the imagination. The working body of the convention is the greatest in point of numbers of any national political assemblage. Tbe body of the hall was filled by an audience which occupied every point of vantage and made up a picture as viewed from the press stand of an almost unending sea of faces. The hall is the largest and most complete ever thrown open for the work of a vast deliberative body. The first of the delegates began to arrive at 11:30 and the full delegations were in their allotted places before the noon hour. The following members of the United States senate were pres­ ent among the delegates and on the main stage: Aldrich, Blair, Hoar, Piatt, Miller, New York Miller, California, Small...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

I A '4 6 S e» (4 i'v, fibeitetnarcli tribune. The Contract Awarded. Xi. N. Griffin awarded the contract for "the construction of bis new brick block on the O. F. G. lot, Fourth street to Megan & Kelly Monday. Hesm. Megan & Kelly were the low­ est bidden, their bid being $8,500. This, of course is for the bare walls, or building enclosed. Mr. Griffin will furnish the building in the most elegant style, and furnish it without regard to -expense. When furnished the building will have cost about $15,000 Thus the work goes on. A Meat Present. Mr. John Little received a very beautiful and novel present from his father in Dayton, Ohio, last Sundsy mornin^. It is a G. A. R. hand­ kerchief containing the regular badge of the order and all the corps badges of the war. It was evidently the intention of the doner that the token of affection should reach Bismarck -on decoration day, in which event the recipe int would have displayed it to good advantage, as he is a member of the 9. A. B....

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

SEWS COHMENTB 'WHITE EABTH Indiana had to borro* seed wheat, and still some people say they are not taking kindly to the ways of the whites. WALLACE unseated McKinley in the houne, says an exchange.. And now we snppoae he stands np to eat, and will not be comforted. Dos CAMEBON has shown up in the senate. pioneer Press. With all the ladies and gentlemen in the gallery? The immodest man. ftiliA- Aimee says that she loves America. Yes, Americans, will persist in paying out their money for anything and everything that comes along. APPLETON, Wis has a missing girl.—Ex The people of that town ought to be ashamed of themselves. Why can't they send the poor girl to her friends. GESEBAL HANCOCK says he wants a cast iron candidate as the democratic nominee. The general is thoughtfnl, but "dust" is what yon need, general, "dast." There is a boy in Paris whose legs are so crook­ ed that he has to be polled out of his trousers with a corkscrew. Beacon. We once knew a young lady—but there, it wo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

*7* 8 issfr' is LA JIBI fibeBwtnarcftSlribune. Capital City Chips. Street grading progresses. The penitentiary is nearing completion. Cole's circus will appear in Bismarck soon. The July 4th celebration is being agitated generally. The Nickel Plate Show will be here on Friday, the 13th, inst. The Governor's Guard is preparing for a full dresB ball. Louis Schanfield is now in jail for pugilistic demonstrations. The Haverly Strategists appear next Monday and Taesday evenings. Go and laugh. The frame of Asa Fisher's new residence on Fourth street is now nearly constructed. The next demonstration is to be made on July 4th, if public sentiment is reliable. The Conibear excursion train from Illinois will be in Bismarck on tho fourth of July. A train ljad of cattle for Burleigh county was landed in Bismarck Saturday evening. "Our Strategists" appear in the Atheneum next Monday and Tuesday evenings June 9 and 10. Bets are bsing made on the result of the national convention, the leading pool...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 6 June 1884

8 8be Bismarck tribune. Capital City Chips. Street grading progreasea. The penitentiary ia nearing completion. Oole's circus will appear in Bismarck soon. The Jnly 4th celebration is being agitated generally. The Nickel Plate Show will be here on Friday, the 13th, inst. The Governor's Guard is preparing for a fall dress ball. Louis Schanfield is now in jail for pugilistic demonstrations. The Haverly Strategists appear next Monday and Tuesday evenings. Go and laugh. The frame of Asa Fisher's new residence on Fourth street is now nearly constructed. The next demonstration is to be made on July 4th, if public sentiment is reliable. The Conibear excursion train from Illinois will be in Bismarck on the fourth of July. A train ljad of cattle for Burleigh county was landed in Bismarck Saturday evening. "Our Strategists" appear in the Atheneum next Monday and Tuesday evenings June 9 and 10. Bel 8 are being made on the result of the national convention, the leading poolB being those of Arthu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

VOL. 12, No. 2. NEWS COMMENTS. "IF a republican president is elected this year he will be elected by democratic votes," says the New York San. NEW YOBK has anew pisy, "The Pulse of New York." It ought to take well where there are ao many beats as in that city.—Boston Times. CHICAGO TIMES. Several pair of burst lungs were swept out of the convention building yes­ terday morning. They are supposed to belong to Blaine men. MIK is the only creature that laughs, and the louder he laughs the more nearly he re­ sembles the animals which cannot laugh.— Boston Transcript. WHO is Samuel J. Tilden, any way ?—Scissors Not quite a corpse yet as he has sufficient vital­ ity to eat mush and get the nomination for presidency on the democratic ticket. HOBATIO SEYMOUR, of Whitesboro, New Yorlc, reached his 71th birthday Msy 81. That day he quietly visited Utica, one mile distent from his home and diued there. THE republicans had a colored man for tem­ porary chairman and it is now suggested that the ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

I BY M. H. JEWELL. THE CONQUEKINTT HERO. With what delight and satisfaction do the journalists of the union, yes of the entire civilized world, take up their pens to chronicle the nomination of James G. Blaine for the presidency of the United States. What a great, proud gratifying feeling permeates the breast of every re­ publican and true American citizen to know that again a man of brains, genius and brilliancy is called to thtf helm of the grandest and only true republic that ever existed. How noble and inspiring a though it is, that the man who has twice been called for by the people, and whose ability and service demand the recognition, is at last given the reward so fully earned, the laurel so gallantly won. James G. Blaine stands to-day the grandest and most admirable1 statesman upon the american continent. His care­ ful, discerning qualities, together with his brilliant ideas, and political bravery and dash, have placed him in advance of the statesmen of the day and gained f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

fbe Bismarck tribune. Oplnlous of BIgmarckera, A TBIBDNK reporter called upon the leading citizens and professional men of the oity last evening, for the purpose of obteing their views on the action of the national republican con­ vention in nominating Blaine and Logan. It was late when the reporter started out on his tour of inquiry, and he was necessarily in a hurry and but a few could be seen. Many of the business men had retired, but the following is the very gratifying result: Col. Lounaberry's paper, the Bismarck Jour­ nal, will say today: Mr. Arthur deserved the nomination. By his course he has united the republican party and made victory in the cam paign certain. He would have been nominated had he permitted hi& friends who happened to hold cabinet or other official positions to take an active part in the campaign. They could hope but did not fe9l free to act. There was too little work on the pais of Arthur's supporters, too much enthusiasm among the people for Blaine an...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILTt TBSIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, or 91 per montn. SUBSCRIPTION BATHS. Jne month, postage paid 91.00 Three months, postage paid.... 8.00 81x months, postage paid 5.00 One year, postage paid 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week,, both foreign and local, pnblished every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for 92.00 six months, 91.25. 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 advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation thronghout the coun­ try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residents of the small r,owns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE IS •. F. Rich...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

St. Paul's Union Depot Burned. ST. PAUL, Jane 10.—At 11:30 tonight the nwgnifioeat Union depot was discovered to be fl.TnMt and the prospect now is that it will be a total rnin. The fire caught in the kitchen of the restaurant connected with the depot, which located on the third floor. The fire aprnad BO rapidly that the twenty waiter girls and employees connected with the restaurant es­ caped with only the night clothes which they had on. The building was owned by a stock company, in which the railroads centering here are the principal stockholders. The restaurant w«p owned by E. G. Snow, whose loss amounts to $5,000 insurance unknown. The loss upon the depot will be in the neighborhood of 9200, 000, and at this hour it is impossible to learn the amount of insurance, although it is believed to be ample. Temporary sheds will be put up at the foot of Third street for the accommodation of the passengers of all the roads. This being the only as depot in the city the inconvenience will ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

6 Tiie Wheat. "Sou can almost see it grow you can observe n&he swelling of its fibre and bear the rustling partionlar atom as it crowds upwards fnairA room for the expanding one below. The xains have been sent in jdst the proper quanti­ fies, at jast the right times, and in just the right ..place. Tbe farmers of Dakota are rejoicing over Iheir pleasing prospects, while the merchant -anH artisan smile with a widespread grin satisfaction. Mr. Ouahman brought in a large founch of wheat from the Hayes farm, pulled UTriday, which measured twenty-two inches freight. While this is a little higher than the field will average it can be safely said that the -average length of the grain is between fifteen and eighteen inches. This is but a fair sample, in fact there are farms in Burleigh county ~whioh can even produce finer samples than the one in question. It will be no great surprise the husbandmen of the Missouri slope if they harvest over thirty bushels per acre, and accord­ ing to the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

^r liifspliit ^•i V-c v*» ^v f"1 By Telegraph Trial Began. YANKTON, D. T. Jane 9.—A jury was empan nelled this efternoon in tbe CMe ef E. E. Carpen­ ter of Sante Fe bogus scrip fraud, and the trial began. Tbe conrt denied tbe application of the defendant for a return to Iowa on tbe alleged ground that he had been kidnapped from there bj United Utates officers. Fatal Fan. MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 9.—Michael Groseck, 5 yean old, and his Bister, 13 years old, dis­ covered an old emigrant trunk in a garret of tbe house, No. 743 Fifth avenue, where they were playing, and turned it into a house, getting inside in sport and shutting the lid which had a spring lock. When the parents found them the boy was dead, but the girl's life was saved. A Pennsylvania Marshal Arrested. PITTSBBBG Pa. June,9—EX United States mar shall John Hall was arrested to day at his home in Washington P., on the charge of making false returns to the government. Examiner Bollen. of the department of justice, who made in...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 June 1884

rfjt* §i: 'f" $* I! Sf If® capital City Chips. T*»e oitcna is coming With bugling and drumming, And the band begins to play The liona are roaring The tight rope girl'a soaring In mid air, lightly and gay. The hand organ's grinding, The tent men are binding The canvass strtfng to the poles And with scrambling and sprawling The small boy is crawling In through the improvised holes. Bnm Bam! The circus arrives today. The capitol presents a busy scene. The G. A. B. is being reorganized. Work on the capitol is bein^ crowded for­ ward. The penitentiary will soon be entirely enolosed. Bismarck is to have a brewery, to be built at a cost of 950,000. Work on the Giiffin block excavations is pro­ gressing in earnest. What say the leading citizens about a Fourth of July celebration? The rainfall of Jane, 1884, promises to be the largest for many years. Joseph Hananer says he will have a carload of Blaine bats here in a few days. Numerous excursion parties are preparing to come to Bismarck duri...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 June 1884

VOL. 12, No. 3. NKWS COMMENTS. SVGAB is two cents a pound in Cuba. TILDES'S letter killed Thomas A. Hendricks Sioux FALLS is reported by the Leader as lively. THE Billings, Montana, street railway II now in the bands of a receiver. HENBY VILLABD has gone to Germany for a brief visit. Mot a "blind pool." THE nation receives about $150,000,000 a year .from the New York custom house. "CONGRESS of Kids" is what the ladies of Atlanta, Ga., call their baby show. AM academy to teach the Aztec language baa been Btarted in the City of Mexico. THE average portrait of John A. Logan makes him look like a pirate of the blackest dye. TILDEN'S barl mav be beaded up. but the democrats still have an empty Flower barrel. A CORRESPONDENT wants to know the average weight of a human skeleton. Writs to Sammy Tilden. EEWABD WILSON, colored, died the other day iu Petersburg, Va., aged 105 years. He was the father of forty*nine children. lyytr.g was sold on the streets of Waco, Tex., last week at one cent a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 June 1884

W 4ff" &>f3r finds Trill fr TT* JTOVK'V. "Vvi IS 2S,|5^ Pp. .. BY M. H. JEWELL. ^r- WBLEieB COBIM BUiuwie AKDLOAN il880CIATi0S This association, now under full head­ way, is determined to be in the,, near fu-. ture one of the must popular financial institutions in its way in the capital city. Officered as it is, by some of the most prominent business men, speaks for its prudent and careful management to our industrious mechanics and laboring men to those who desire to own their own homes and rid themselves of the pay­ ment of the large rents demanded by our property owners, as well as those who desire some safe and profitable place in uich to invest some of their weekly earnings it will prove a great boon. The TRIBUNE has made it its business to interview some of the officers and it that to the man of limited means, desiring to own his home, by becoming a member of the association he can procure a loan of $200 for eacn share of stock he may own* This stock is payable in weekl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 June 1884

The Ilekel Flaie.. The fint performance of ihe Nickel Plate cir cns yesterday afternoon waa attended by a very large Audience, and the evening performance also attracted a largo crowd. The show is one of tbe best in the country, and gave, great satisfac­ tion to all in attenda. ioe. Mr. Harris has dia played great energy hnd enterprise in organiz­ ing his shows and the perfect manner in which he has perceived the wanta of the public and provided for tbem, has met its reward in the liberal patronage that has been bestowed upon him. In organizing and perfecting bis shows, Mr. Harris has paid special attention to his arenic performance. The animals contained in the ibenagerie of the Niskel Plato are fine speci­ mens of the brute kingdom, and area great source of attraction, although many shows have more animals in this department. But there is not a show traveling that can give a superior circus performance. It is without question the best ever seen in the west and possesses many start...

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