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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 June 1881

JAY COOKE'S PROPHECY. He Foresaw the Future of the Great Northwest, W but'jUip- World Ridiculed His Visions. of the New Empire. His Dream of Empire Has Already Been Re­ alized and His Prophesy Verified in the Dawn of Its Development. Bat a Decade Has Passed Since He Prophesied and the Wise Men of the East Laughed Him to Scorn. Now They Bccognize the Precision ot His Foresight by Seeking Investment for 4 Their Hoarded Wealthr Facts and Figures on the Development ot the New Northwest—The Growth of Cities —The Great Wheat Interest From Special correspondence of Pioneei*Pres3. FAEGO, May 25.—Just ten years ago, while on the skirmish for news in Philadelphia, for a prominent New York journal, I frequently found myself closeted in the private office of Jay Cooke, then at tlie summit of his financial glory. And how many times ho has unrolled one map after another and pointed out to my unEeceptivo gaze the the boundless wheat fields of Dakota, the far-famed isothermal lines, and other clima...

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 June 1881

f-M.?- v,. -%$JnyYrA VV' ,* ~-V r,,. ®J)f ftettwwli Sritmtte. BY LOUN9BBRRY A JBWBLL. THJE DAILY TRIBUNE, 1 Blied every morning, except Monday, at arck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all of the city at twenty-fivecent8 per week, $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '-Onemonth.postage paid.... Three months, postage paid Six ...$ 1.00 ... 3.00 .... 5.00 .... 10.00 One year, THE WBBKLY TRIBUNE, "Eight pages, containing a summary or the news of the week, both lbreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for$260 R.ATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: SI .00 per inch first insertion 50 cents for second and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEABLY CONTRACT BATES For contract rates apply at office, or send for "Advertising Card of Rates." WEEKLY RATES! Locals 10 cents per line, per day, or 2o cents per line for* six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. BISMAWFLK. D. T., JUNE 10,1881. ...

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 June 1881

flfJW YELLOWSTONE VJLLLKYm A Graphic Description of tlte Country from Glendlte to Buford-. Editors Tribune. CHAIN'S RANCHE, Montana, June 1,1881. —For the benefit of eastern readers of the TSIBUKC, I will give you some discription (S the Yellowstone valley, from Glendive down to Buford. As I seldom see any* U4&K in th* papers about this part of the «rantrv, 1 have often heard it remarked, •the Yellowstone for horse thieves." Well, now, I have been in the western country 4nce 1849,1 went to California and have traveled a ereat deal since, and have lived in good many neighborhoods. 1 never fltw abetter lot of people for neighbors th*n there are from Glendive to the mouth rf the Yellowstone river, and in all my travels I never saw abetter valley than it to from the mouth of this river up for thirty or forty miles, and abetter produc­ ing soil than my ranche. The ranchmen, woodmen and hunters nearly all turned their attention to hunting last winter, and some of them made as high as ...

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 June 1881

n\ 5 rs ^v A ISS-p W J*." •Pi MUSIC IN THE NIGHT. WWen stars pursue their solemn flight, Oft in the middle of the night A strain of music visits me, Hushed in a moment silvery—, ..' •.,, 3kuh rich and rapturous strains as make The very soul of science ache Utiih longing for the melody, -v-.' Or lovers in the distant dusk Of summer gardens sweet with' musk, Pduring the blissful burden cut, The breaking joy. the dying doubt Or revellers, all'flown with wine, And in a madness half divine, ""Seating the broken tune about. Or else the rude and rolling notes That leave some strolling sailor's throats, Hoarse with the salt spray, it may be, Of many a mile of running sea Or some high-minded dreamer strays I/ate trough the solitary ways, IS^r heeus the listening night nor me. Or how, how whence those tones be heard Hearing, the slumbering soul is stirred, And when a swiftly passing light £tertles the shadows into flight, "While one remembrance suddenly Tnirilla through the melting melody— JL...

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 June 1881

TO AN ABSENT WIFE. [From Biloxi, on the Gulf of jfexico, the fol­ lowing beautiful lines were indited by the late George Prentice to the loved one at home.] *»?Tig morn—the sea breeze seems to bring Joy, health and fragrance on its wing— •,. Biight flowers to me aH strange and new, Ana glittering in the early dew— ,v And perfumes rise from many a grove As incense to the clouds that move Like spirits o'er yon welkin clear— But I am sad—thou art not here. Tia noon—a calm, unbroken sleep Is on the blue waves of the deep— A soft haze, like a fairy droam, Is floating o'er both lai'l" and stream— And many abroad magnolia flower, 'w Within its shadowy wood and bower, Is gleaming like a lovely star— But I am sad—thou art afar. Tis eve-:—on earth the sunset skies Are painting their own Eden dyes— The stars come down and trembling, glow like blossoms in the waves below, And, like some unseen sprite, the breeze Seems lingering 'mid the orange trees, Breathing its music round the spot— But I am...

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. — 10 June 1881

Ifotttarclt Stitome. BISMARCK BREVITIES. Fox is drawing a crowd to see his new pool table. The steamer Rosebud left Bismarck for Yankton yesterday. A fresh and lovely lot of flowers, at the Poatoffice news stand. About sixty buildings are now in course of construction in Bismarck. The mail from the east arrives at 6'p. m. now, and leaves at 8 a. m. Theme for next Sunday morning at the Episcopal Church, "The Trinity." The mail is now being carried between Bismarck and Miles City in forty-nine hours. About $10,000 worth of real estate has changed hands in Bismarck during the past week. The revised edition of the New Testi ment may be found at the postoflfice news stand. C. J. Clark and party, and Frank Moore left for the1 Little Missouri last evening. And now Mr. and Mrs- J. H. Salisbury are happv. Its a girl, and was boin to them last week. Mr. Ketchum's resignation as manag­ ing agent of the Keogh Stage Line was not received. Billy Franklin running a keno hall in the front of Quinla...

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 June 1881

GKEASY RED-SE3NS. Who was in Command^and a Num­ ber of Interesting Incidents of the Trip. Xxciting Race of the Boats from Buford to Bismarck—Record of the Helena. A Telegraphic Account of the Ar­ rival of the Boats at Stand­ ing Rock. The Trip. The five steamers transferring the 1,700 Indians from Keogh to Standing Rock arrived at the Bismarck landing about 11 ©"clock yesterday forenoon and remained Isss than half an hour, just long enough to allow the few passengers to disembark. The boats left Keogh at 4 a. m. Monday mtorning, under command of Capt. Sny & and twenty men on the steamer Eclipse. Twenty other soldiers accompanied each of the other boats under charge of the fol lowing officers: Capt. Overshine on the steamer Josephine, Capt. Ewer on the •steamer Helena, Lieutenant Hargons on Jthe steamer Terry, and Lieutenant Avis sm the steamer Sherman. There were Jast 1,680 Indians aboard the boats, ap­ portioned as follows: Helena 524 J&lipse .440 Terry 320 Josephine 218 Sh...

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 June 1881

gljc Bismarck Sributte. BISMABCK, DAKOTA THEKE has been a large increase bf set tiers OH public lands at the south this year. OYEE on6 hundred thousand Germans left their native land last year forthe Unit­ ed States. A. H. BABNEY, a New York capitalist, has been elected president-of the .Northern Pacific railroad company and Thomas F. -Cakes vice president. SECR*:TABY WISDOM has taken out a permit in "Washington to build a brick resi­ dence in that city, opposite Senator Cam­ eron's house, at an estimate cost of $25, •60. The main building is to be 48.6 by 52 feet, three stories in height, with'two bay windows and a roof of slate and tin. "THE rise and fall of the confederate government," by Jefferson .Davis, is a bold and uncompromising Jpresentatien of the southern view of the war, and the causes leading up to it." Extracts from the advance sheets show that the work will be of great interest, and that it must elicit severe crit ciem, and much discussion,' both north south. A Canad...

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 June 1881

T'l ?1 house, 4 !sf': «*. THE JLMSIC BIT OF SILVER. tvf Adapted from the Spanish. "I want to ask you a question, Gomez." "Well, my dear boy, what is it?" Where did you get your money?" The question was an abrupt one—it was almost impertinent. But Gomez de Bonilla was an intimate friend of mine, good fellow, and—we had dined. To say truth, we had not dined but wined, and it "was over some "excellent postprandials in the shape of furthur wine and fragrant cigars that I had asked the question. But 1 had long wished to do so, and will tell you why. Some two years before, Gemez was as poor as a church mouse. He was always a good fellow but then, you know, the is a difference between good fellows rich and good fellows poor. And, to my shame, be it spoken, I think I liked him better rich than poor. Well, as I said, he was almost destitute. He had a profession it is true —he was a journalist but, in Spain, the gains of the fraternity of the pen are not large. What little he did earn went to...

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 June 1881

ijr^- ./ '»V "Ik: ®()C ^istnarclt Srilmnc. BY LOUNSBERRY ft JEWELL. TH£ DAILY TKIBUNE, nil shed every morning, except Monday, at ii arck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all of the city at twenty-five cents per week, $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid. S Three months, postage paid j».w QS_ I 41 10 00 One year, ........ iww THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2 50 R.ATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: ft 1.00 pdl inch first insertion 50 cents for second and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for "Advertising Card of Kates. WEEKLY BATES! Locals 10 cents per line, per day,^ ner line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. BISMARCK. D. T., JUNE 17,1881. for IMPORTANT TO GRAIN RAISERS. It is...

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 June 1881

OFJBiJ THE HIVE It Travel to the west is increasing very a pi Frafnk Meade iB still busy in Bismarck transferring the Morton County records. Farnsworth has discovered that his new store is too small, and intends to build an addition on the rear, making his store fif­ ty feet deep in all. There was'a terrible rain storm at the Little Missouri night before last, the wa­ ter falling as if from the bursting a wa­ ter spout. "Washouts along the road were expected, but none have been reported yet. There were three funerals at Glendive day before yesterday, and in each case the corpse died with his boots on. One com­ mitted suicide, a second was drowned, and the third is suspeeted to have been murdered by his mistress. It is expected that the new hotel will be thrown open to the public within ninety days. Hot and cold water will be forced throughout the building and bath rooms will be attached to each suite of rooms. The village will build a large sewer ex­ pressly for the hotel, connectin...

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 June 1881

L, ?'J A' xv j^i -•••. y-r ,V*N if STARVING "iT SEA. •rfWerrible Story of the Sufferings of the Crew of Wrecked Liverpool Bark—Living on Dog's Meat and Leather Soaked witli Lamp Oil. The' London Telegraph saya: On Friday, April 8, a steamer named the Nebo, when about .500 miles to the eastward of the Florida coast, lighted a bark whose appearance induced Oapt. Gordon, the master of the Nebo, to ap­ proach her. When the Nebo drew near, her people noticed a gronp of men standing around ••the davits of one of the quarter boats, some bf them gesticulating and motioning with their 'arms as though they called aloud, though no «oands, audible on board the Nebo, came from (them, whilst others were busy with the boat's •fails, but their movements were terribly lauguid and slow, and their white faces apd tottering figures gave the skipper of the Nebo *the impression of their being a crew who had Jteen struck down by Bome dreadful malady, •foot had managed to crawl from their ham imocks and bu...

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 June 1881

THE WITCH OP 6LENMERE. The drive had been lovely almost beyond description and vet-we were brought back to prosaic affaire by the need of our faith­ ful horses. No water could be found for them, and their drooping heads excited our keenest sympathy. As we turned a bend of the road we espied a pedestrian who was evidently fond of solitude and long walks. His dress indicated his calling he was without doubt a clergyman", "Would he kindly tell us where we might find some water for our horses?" "With pleasure. The nearest well could be seen close by the Witch of Glenmere's home." "Was it quite near?" "Very near, and the only house for many miles. "We havo just passed the lake. Is there no way of approaching it?" "Charming paths for men, but no road­ way. The party would find the witch will­ ing to assist them." "Was she quite harmless?" The clergyman smiled. "Quite so she has certain peculiarities, and lives entirely alone—has done so for more than twenty years—but I have ever found, he...

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. — 17 June 1881

Ibe tsmarcK iritome. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. METHODIST CIITJ3CH—Services every Sun­ day in the new church on 5th street, at a.. m. ami 8 p. in. Sunday school immediately after morning service. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at the parsonage at S p. m. J* U. BCLLi Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHCECH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 7:00 p. m.,St. Paul time. All are in­ vited: seats tree. Sunday school immediately aftc* morning service. Weekly prayer ancl teachers1 meeting Wednesday eveninig ats:lo o'clock. W. C. STEVENS, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH.—First mas6,7:30 a. m. HIGH mass with sermon, 10:30 a. m. Sunday school ii p. m.: vespers,?exhortation and benediction, 7:30 p.m. Slain street, west end. REV.-. WILLIAMS, Rector. CHCBCII OF TNS BREAD OF LIFE (Episcopal) Rev. J. G. Miller, Rector. Services every Sunday at 11 a. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. SECIIET SOCIETIES. A.F. & A. M.—The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 16, A. F. & A. M.. are held in their hall on 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. — 24 June 1881

ii lit BRADY THE ACCUSED. He Depricates the Charges Made Against him in the Newspa­ pers of the Country. In a Letter he Asks the Govern­ ment not to Postpone his Case Until September. Ayi Immediate Grand Jury Inves tig ation and Vindication is What he Desires. Still At It. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: ALBANY, June 23.—The agony still continues, and the legislature is seem­ ingly no nearer an election than a week ago. The stalwarts are anxious for an adjournment sine die, but scarcely dare attempt to make such a move, as they are not certain of success, and the at­ tempt might create a revolution and se­ cure the election of half breed canidates. The ballots to-day resulted as follows: TO SUCCEED CONKLING. Wheeler 50 Lapham 17 Potter 53 Haskins 2 Conkling32 Folger 1. TO SUCCEED PLATT. Depew 52 Cornell 7 Tremaine 1 Ker nan 53 Crowley 6 Lapham 3 Piatt 27 Haskins 5. Anxious tor Trial. WASHINGTON, June 23.—This morning in tlie criminal court before Judge Cox, Second Assistant 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. — 24 June 1881

DOLLEY'S DESTINY. "I shouldn't be surprised any day, Dolly, to see David Wiggin tying his horse at your gate," said Mr. Blount roguishly, gathering up the reins. "Nonsense, brother! Anything the mat­ ter with his own hitching post?" retorted Miss Dolly turning in the doorway. Mi. Blount laughed. Every body felt bound to laugh at Miss Dolly's crisp say­ ings that had kept her friends in good humor these forty years. "And when David does call on you," pur­ sued Mr. Blount more seriously, "I do hope. Dolly, you'll give him a chance to do his errand. That'll be no more than fair, and the man won't be easy until he has freed his mind." "What mischief are skewing you the forerunner of now, James Blount?" cried Miss Dolly, facing about like a soldier on drill. "What upon earth have I to do with David's er­ rands?" "Well, his wife has been dead a year ©r more," said Mr. Blount, suggestively, shut­ ting one eye, and squinting with the other down the length of his whipstalk, "and lately he ha...

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 June 1881

•Fromthe Independent 're--:SONCL Heart-breaks and songs^ Love leaves us these No man prol ngs Love's joy and peaces -yK Sooner or late All things go by Passions abate, Pains, even, die. All senses fail No sweet thing is .. ... Thin lips and pale Death comes to kis& Bummer was fair If it was fleet Cold now the air, Nothing is sweet. Autumn came soon How his winds wailed Where, in our June, Soft airs prevailed I Faint is the sun, I Roses are dead Lingers not one. Just for your head. Heart-breaks and songs, Love, leave us these I No man prolongs Love's joy and peace. —Philip Bourke Marstou. LOVE IN DREAMLAND. From the London Truth. "Drank again, you see, doctor. Tee, drank again! The same old story. What next?" It was a pale young man in the thirties who spoke thus and there was an exceeding weariness in (he tone of his voice and bearing. The great physician who sat opposite to him nodded gravely. "Aye," continued the yoang man, in the same dreary manner as before, "I just recol­ l...

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 June 1881

Mt Mttiitttk Irtinme. BY LOUN8BERRY & JEWELL. BISMARCK. D. T., JUNE 24,1881. ALEXANDER RAMSEY bears a commis­ sion as special examiner, and goes to Cal­ ifornia to look into tlie affairs of the mint at San Francisco. MRS. OSSIAN E. DODGE has returned from her long search for her children, satisfied, no doubt, that the way of the transgressor is hard. THE Virginia Republicans a?e organ­ izing for victory. No repudiation com­ binations for them and in their plans they show good sense. THE bounced custodian says money charged as being expended for candles was used for lunches spiead by Secretary Sherman at the Chicago convention. A TOWER CITY dispatch reports five hundred men at work on a railroad run­ ning northwest of Wheatland—being the Breckenridge branch of the St. Paul & Manitoba road. 1ST. K. HUBBAED protests vigorously, and wisely, too, against tlie proposition to pave the streets of Fargo, his principal ob­ jection, aside from cost, being the neces­ sity for first prov...

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 June 1881

..-V- »v. II 4 /r ia» BANK. Walter Maun, Prest, G.H.Fairchild, Cash'r St Paul, Minn. Bismarck, D. T. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BISMARCK, BISMARCK? DAKOTA. Paid up Capital$50,000 DIRECTORS: Walter Mann, G. H. Fairchild, H. R. Porter, Asa Fisher, Dan Eisenbekg. Correspondents: American Exchange Nat. Hank. New York. First National Bank, Chicago Merchants Nat. Bank, St. Paul. Collections made and Promptly Remitted. Interest on Time Beposits* Will be the County Seat of Kidder County, O. T. After Election. Best Watcrin the Territory, 15 to 20 feet below the surface, in gravel bottom. R. F.. WALLACE, Banker, Jamestown, F. D. HAGER, Real Estate, Mandar, J. D. THOMPSON, Capitalist, Dawson, lr. W-. J. CALVERT, Jackson, Mich., #T Drafts on Europe. Ocean Steamshio Tickets. Eureka Eureka DAWSON Proprietors. GREAT BARGAINS IX Town Lots FOR Hill DAYS Como. Evei*ybod r, Buy and Get Rich I Choice Lots given to those who will build a goo,J. fcoui-e or store en thi'iu inis vvnr. 'One lot given to evni-y ...

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 June 1881

BISMABCK, DAKOTA IT is asserted that the cyclones and torna­ does which ravage Iowa, Kansas, Missouri iwfl Nebraska would be lessened if the country could be clothed in trees. These terrible storms sometimes go through for­ ests, cutting swaths as clean as scythes, yet their origin is always on the plains. ST. LOUIS claims a locution almost ex­ actly at the ultimate centre of population of tfjft republic. The total westward move­ ment in ninety years was 457 miles. At its present rate of progress the centre will reach St. Louis in about forty years, as the distance from the present location, about eighteen miles southeast of Cincinnati, is nearly 400 miles. THE census for the C6real product of 1880, which is the crop of 1879, has been completed. It shows the constantly in­ creasing prosperity of the country. The total wheat and corn crop is 3,235,679,681 bushels. The total rye, oats, barley and buckwheat is 481,905,000 bushels. The total product of the country aggregated 2,714,603,6...

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