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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 February 1882

Dakota in Washington, Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune. WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.—A noticeable event in the house and senate to-day, "was the general reading of the Bismarck, D. T., TRIBUNE. It seems that the paper contained articles on the division ques­ tion and North Dakota in general, and a copy was therefore placed in the hands of each member by the respective post­ masters ©f the house and senate. The Dakota delegation is doing good work, and will, no'doubt, accomplish their ends: a A. Lounsberry, of Bismarck, pre­ sented an able statistical document to the senate committees on territories this morning wbich was ordered printed. A. H. Barnes, of Fargo, and Geo. H. Walsh, of Grand Forks, followed Lounsberry with, oral comments. To-morrow, Messrs. Lounsberry, Walsh and McConhell will present further facts, and figures to the house committee. The report will, be much fuller that the address presented to the house. The Black Hills delega­ tion is urging Admission, leaving North Da...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 February 1882

A BOOM MEETING. Such Was the One Held Last Friday by the Bismarck .Chamber ol Commerce. Hearly Fifteen Hundred Dollars Sub­ scribed to Advertise Bismarck and the Surrounding-Country. The Recent Transactions in City Beal Estate Presaging: an Early Boom in the Metropolis. A Through Short Line Between the Oceans via. the Missouri Biver Bridge and Bismarck. Chamber of Commerce Meeting. A meeting of the Bismarck Chambet of Commerce was held Friday evening,and in response to the TRIBUNE'S request that there be a lull attendance the hail was veil filled with live, energetic business men. After some miscellaneous business 2iad been transacted, Mr. J. K./Wetherby, chairman of the committee on Immigra­ tion, presented the report of that com­ mittee, the purport of which was that noney was needed to advertise this coun Iry and that any amount, from one to five thousand dollars judiciously used in ad­ vertising the Bismarck land district would hq-ing excellent and satisfactory returns. The comm...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 3 February 1882

ht"'? :. & *St I' \'i "t. I! miles from The mi mm wmm THE METKOPOLIIS Hews fron tbe HsKimilB Mines. Robert Roberts retained from Miles CSty Tuesday. While there he met Jack Kale, a former resident of Bismarck and afterwards a Black Hills miner, -who had just come in from the Fort Maginnis mines. He, assured Mr. Robertsthat the mines iiithe new district were, in his estimation, the best he had 'ever struck. The agricultural features of that region, he said, were also in leaping with the mineral prospects there. Mr. Kale visited Miles to purchase supplies for the new camp. He bought feix teams, loaded them and started on his. return to the diggings immediately. 5e had in his pos­ session specimens of gold quarts from a num­ ber of the leads at Maginnis, all of %m 'showing free gold, and some of them wire gold in profusion. These samples were ob tained from top rock, as none, of the mines have.yet been developed to the extent of hundred feet. Mr. Kale, who is abundantly competent t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 February 1882

VOL* IX. A HARD HITTER. Snlliyan Knocks His Opponent, Ryan, Ont of Time in the Ninth-.,, Round. The Young1 Leviathan Strikes From ,the Shoulder With Both Fists and Terribie Force. Ryan Indisposed During theFighl, But Plucky and Game\to -the Last ••-ahi Over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Said to Change Hands on the Ground. The Scene of the Battle at Mississippi City in a Grove of Live Oaks. The Great Figrht. MISSISSIPPI CITY, Miss., Feb. 7.—Tlietrains from New Orleans with the people to wit-' nets the fight between Ryan and Sullivan ar­ rived here about 1 p. m. 1?he crowd 'con­ sisted of sporting men from all sections of the country, and many prominent citizens of New Orleans. A large numbe^of newspaper corresppndents, representing, the proininent papers of the northwest were also in attend­ ance.. Sullivan arrived onthe ground at 10:20 and took a room at the hotel opposite Ryan, within 100 feet of the ring, which was pitched in front of the Barnes hotel in a grdve of live oak.1' Sull...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 February 1882

OLD LIES COXIXG TRUE. The things that were regarded as of the uiost improbable character in ancient times are receiving verification during these latter days of the world's existence. Tlie seven wonders of the world was a mere bagatelle in comparison to the. most •common inventions, engineering skill, and natural objects which abound ip this country. Even the Bismarck railroad bridge lays over the most remarkable of the old seven wonders. No longer ago than Sheridan's time, which is less than a century, a story that was told by that -wit and philosopher to outdo the states ament of another great liar, has been •discovered, just over our border in the Yel­ lowstone park, to be a solid fact with but one indifferent omission. The Brooklyn Eagle of last week prints a two-column article of what it is pleased to style "Whoppers. A Grand Pyramid of Extraordinary Prevaracations." Among the number is this oue told by Sheridan, and it lias stood as the boas lie until the discovery referred to...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 February 1882

Oar Last Sourc© of Wealth. .. Dakota is producing somethingnew all the time. If it is not anew character of min­ eral, it's anew specie of rascality, but the latest production of this wonderful land is a new fuel, an oil saturated rock asjinflammable as the finest' cannei coal. This new dis­ covery was made in Charles Mix county and was this result of an accident, the very way in which many of the most useful things on earth hare been vouchsafed to man. The mine is located on the Missouri river, and the accidental discovery of the character of its product will, it is oonfidentally believed, solve the fael question by giving us a cheaper article, as croppings of this burning material may be seen in many places along the Big Muddy. Frank Alexander, one of the pro­ prietors of the pit in Charles Mix county, says the burning qualities of the rock were discovered by a piece that was thrown out by a blast and falling into afire which the workmen had near the mouth of the shaft. Referring ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 February 1882

fl)( itetnartk Sribune. BY LOUNSBKRRY ft JEWELL. THE DAILY TKIBUNE. published every morning, except. Monday, at Humarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-flve cents per weeK, or *1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. One month, postage paid. /. Three'months, postage paid.».:. Six One year, &'.$ 1:00 ... 3.00 ... 5.00 10.00 T^K WEEKtY TRIBUNE. Eight page's, containing ,a summary ef the news'Ot the week, both foreign. and local, pub­ lished erery Eriday* sent, postage paid, to any address for.92.50, .-fiv BATES OF ADVERTISING, I A N S I E N $1 .00 per Inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 36 cents for each subsequent insertion. VHART.Y nONTKACI BATES: For contract rates apply at office .or send for .«: .'Advertising Card of Bates." 5V: WEEKIiT BATES: Locals 10 cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for six successive days without change. Write-ups Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. IT& GETTDI6 ISlTEBE8m(i. ...

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 February 1882

STOCK. RAI8IW6. .4 t"** VM ftnges Alnut Bimarck the Best in the Wgit. Muchissaid and written about Montana and western Dakota aa stock raising coun­ tries. It is a fact that those districts do not possess such 'advantages for the profitable nosing of beef cattle 'and sheep as does the Bad river valley, where the many small •beams, skirted by heavy growths of timber afford both water and shelter, and where •very rod of the wild prairie is covered with most luxuriant growths of rich nutritions lay grasses. The above is an ex6erpt from a leading and labored article published in a Red river exchange of recent date. All that the. writer of the paragraph quoted, claims for the Red river valley is found in this region. Our grazing ranges are abundantly watered and timbered, and no grasses in Minnesota or ih any state or territory are superior, if •goal* to the wild hay upon our uplands and in the valleys. There are other advantages we enjoy over sections further east, one of 'Which is the ...

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 February 1882

mB ,C r& 5 -Jr 1 -1 ill '4'^ 1 Ltv'-i \\l r. ~r v. Sentenced. WASHINGTON, Feb 4.—[Special.]—Soon After the court opened this morning Judge jOox began reading his decision from maau script. He held that sufficient evidence, that the jury had read a newspaper, was not offered, and that the new evidence offered was. not sufficient to affect the verdict, and said: "I am unable to find any reason to grant the motion for a new trial, and it is 1 therefore overruled." After that came a par­ ley, in which Guiteau took a part. Oorkhill moved that the sentence be pronounced. Judge Cox, to the prisdner: "Stand up. Have yon anything to say why the sentence should riot now be prononnced upon you?" The prisoner then arose,'pale, bnt with lips, compressed, and with a desperate determin­ ation stamped upon his features, and in a low and deliberate tone he began but soon his manner' became violent, and pounding upon the table he delivered a har rahgue, which was simply the old story of the respo...

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 February 1882

The Hatch Family Colony. half pf whiat they and viUCUVIU(i "without money and without price," of one tlmia locations, are men of more than ordi tuBOO IwVwVlvilO) QXO Uiwll V* UAV4W VMM** the west in quest of land, this action augurs well for Bismarck and her agrioul toral surroundings. There is another point that the action of the Messrs. Hatch's brings out, and one that will carry with it much influence, especially in the locality from whence they came, and that is the concentration of the whole family here. If the land had not been surperior to any they had seen in their tour of inspection, and if the prospects of Bismarck as a future market did not present greater encpuragement than any of the many towns that they had -visited, it is not at all probable they would have located themselves and their brothers r—j. This was his line of defense and when lie was ordered to stand up by the judge to receive sentence, and being asked if he had anything to say, he put his hand to his head ...

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 February 1882

Stje ftdtnarclt Sribttttc. "Caleinitv Jan6" has gone to Montana. The firm of Gibb^ & Co. hereafter will be Gibbs & Hines, /. Mouse river /fish: are worth ten cents a pound in this city. There is a wedding 6n the tapis in Bis­ marck for Saturday evening. Last evening's train brought several fam­ ilies who will settle near Bismarck. WW 88 of Bismarck. the Sullivari-Ryan fight. The mild chinooks still breath softly on the Missouri slope, the while the enterpris­ ing fanners continue to till the soil. •ant a party of surveyors out from Miles the National Park. Mr. Whitsett has rpepened the Freede house upder the name of thfe' International hotel. He has 'repaired and refurnished the hotase throughout. George Glass and wife will entertain their friends from the country to-day. George is S finA caterer, especially when he ctm catch On to a Mouse river pickerel Tke Merchants Hotel tables have been loaded with young onions during the past month. That is the kind of a country Bis yit...

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 February 1882

VOL. IX. DAKOTA TERRITORY. Col. Lounsberry, Just From the Na­ tion's Capitol, Interviewed by the Minneapolis Tribune. Division a Settled Fact—Admission -of the Southern Half Not Certaih. Location of the New Capitol—Who Will Be the Governor and Who the Delegate? The Raid on the Northern Paeiflc Land Grant—An Emphatic Ex •pression of Opinion. Facts of Interest. [From the Minneapolis Tribune, Feb 14.] Col. Lounsberry, editor Bismarck TBIBTJNE, •who has been in Washington as one of the North Dakota delegation, returned Sunday evening and was sought out and interviewed a Tribune reporter. Reporter—What is the prospect for the di lision bill? Col. Lounsberry—The bill will be reported to the full committee from the house sub­ committee on Tuesday, favorably. The democratic members of the committee will not join in the report* but will not make a minority report. The sub-committee report in favor of a bill creating the new territory of North Dakota, without regard to the admis­ sion of Sout...

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 February 1882

«*E Gov. Ordway's Side Stated. WASHINGTON, Feb. 13.—A special to the Western Associated Press says the statement that th6 committee representing a conven­ tion of 60b citizens of Dakota, had asked the president for the: removal of Governor Ord­ way, is declared by the governor to be a gtOK perversion of the facts. The conven­ tion referred to was held at Sioux Falls, the home of'Delegate Pettigrew, on Jan. 26. It win a very influential and harmonious body, called to aid the movement, for the admis~ rion of Dakota as a state. The delegates at­ tempted to introduce resolutions endorsing Delegate Pettigrew and denouncing Gov. Ordway, but they were obliged to desist'and withdraw them. One hundred and fifty del­ egates were appointed to visit Washington* but only one-third of those named came down here. By the wdhderfully low rate of $16 for the round trip, obtained through the influence of railroad men anxious to have the new state formed, twenty such per­ sons met here and passed such ...

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 February 1882

wm ANOTHER RAILROAD. Mwmarek, Jfoute Jliver, Turtle Mountain & Manitoba R. R. Co. The spirit of enterprise has taken a firm Ud on the people' of Bismarck, (and Mon Agr they organized the Bismarck, Mouse Kner, Turtle Mountain and Manitoba Bail mod company' with a capital stock of $30)0,000. The officers of this new enter inae were elected last night as follows: Board cf directors—Edward Hackett, Wm. -Woods, E. A. Williams, Alex. McEenzie, J. P. Dunn, M. H, Jewell and Jas. A. Emmons. Officers—E. A. Williams, president M. H. Jtvell, •ice president Alex. McEenzie, gen ocal manager J. P. Donn, treasurer, and Dterid Stewart, secretary. The articles of incorporation declares the impose of the company to be to construct, •quip and operate a railroad from Bis aaarck to a point on the boundary between the United States and the province of Mani­ toba, a distance of 180 miles, traversing the aeimties of Burleigh, Sheridan, McHenry, Bolette and Cavelier, and running through ftotown of Yillar...

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 February 1882

iiMK iiffli 1 li it-: 8fte itanarck Sribttttt. •Y LOUNSBKRRY JtfAfELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-flve cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATKS. \C One month, postage paid. l-®° Three months* postage paid.......••••••••• 3-JJJ .Sir •«•.•.•*-"•»-• .•••........i. 6.00 One year, —....... ... 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summsury of the news at the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50, RATES OF ADVERTISING* RA TRANSIENT: $1.00 per inch first insertion 60 cents for second and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. YBAKT.Y CONTRACT BATES: For contract -rates apply at office, or send for Advertising Card of nates." WEEKLY RATES: Locals 10 cents a line, per day, or 25 cents per line for six successive days without change. Write-ups in.Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lin...

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 February 1882

!fe^ MAT18TIC8 congress, which require actual settlement or cultivation was 575,007.39 for the year ending one 30,1880,963,842.75 and for the year ending June, 30, 1881,1,356, 374.23 for the year ending December 31, 1£81, embracing six months of the year last noted, the entries aggregated 2!,364, 000 acres. The number of postoiBces in North Dakota June 30,1880^8 eighty six The present number is 146, showing an increase, of sixty during the past eight­ een months. The sales of postage stamps, stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers at the several postoffices in North Da­ kota tor the year ending June 30,1880, amounts to $30,540.03 for ihe year end­ ing June 30,1881, to $45,480.36 and for the half year ending December 31,1881, to $31,787.66. In June, 1880, there were 260 miles of railroad in operation in North Dakota. Now there are 588 miles in operation, 194 miles graded and ready for the superstruc­ ture, and 316 miles under contract to be built during the current year. These new l...

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 February 1882

'1 fA •is. filjc jjKflmarcJtHribune. THEXOKNI PACIFIC'S GRANT As the people living along the line of the North Pacific railioad are interested in anything effecting the welfare of that company, we have heretofore devoted con­ siderable of our space in showing»he in tenable position assumed by Jay Gould's emisaries, the eaemies of the North Pacific railroad, in their attempt to rob that road of its land grant, in the hope of crippling it to such an extent as to prevent its com­ pletion to its Pacific ^connections, thus leaving Gould's lines without competition. The matter of late has occupied the at­ tention of the soundest thinkers and best legal minds of the country, and every opin­ ion from this disinterested source has been favorable to the North Pacific en­ terprise. According to the charter granting to the company the lands in question, it was stipulated that the road should be completed by the 4th of July, 1879 It was not so completed, but during the time when the land could h...

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 February 1882

VSrm n, I A- t^W-'ARIS IMUL v— *v if* k-j- -••-i A PAO0tCIH«BlJKLIOI. Bismarck, the Kate-vay to the Iiower Montana Camps BtsJolces TherBt. Providence prolonged the death. ^ofCjol. Geo. Clendenin, particulars of whose death were published in Saturday mpining's TBIB UKE, jost long enough for him td demonstrate the merits of the Barker silver district. The Barker district, which is one of Bismarck'^ tributary mining vcamps,^-.received its final certificate, says the Benton Record of the 1st inst., as a legitimate field for the investment of capital and the permanent establishment of mining towns. After so many assays of ores and developments of its leads, for the last year or more, no one, in the district itself, or in the vicinity of Barker could for a moment doubt the certainty of its future. Ten or a dozen "days ago, after many try a ing difficulties, the Clendenin smelter began turning out bullion, and now there is a tan­ gible substance in the shape of masses'of crude silver that ...

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 February 1882

•y*&-: ®ftc Bismarck SSributte. THEJWETRQ^OLIS •••&!»',*': "?-4. --s The Jamestown Alert is happy, because it f/fe a This weather will repairthe ice bridge over the old Muddy. The Merchants Hotel bar room1 is being fixed up in anesthetic style. The weather took a cold yesterday and last evening its pulse wa^ down to 3 degrees be­ low zero. Daniel 'Manning's final homestead has been canceled by tho general land office at Washington. Recent decisions of the secretary df the in­ terior is a warning to Claim .holders, to look well to their residence. At their meeting Tuesday afternoon the Burleigh County Agricultural society adopted a constitution and by laws. The Billy Marble dramatic company send word that they are headed this way. They will probably get herein about a couple of weeks. It is rumored about town?- th 'Vs North Pacifio will soon run through tra from St. Paul to Miles City. Two daily Jiainarck and one from here to Miles., The Minneapolis Evening Journal says that ...

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 February 1882

VOL. IX. ROLLICKING RIVERS. Ohio and Other Streams Catting: Across Lots to Get to the Gulf. Every Plantation Between Memphis and Friar's Point, on the Missis­ sippi Inundated. Helena, New Albany and Other Biver Towns EujoYingr a Gen­ uine Bath. Whole Families Drowned, and Much Stock Swept Away by the Eusliing- Torrent. Smoky Hollow Visited by Tremendous Eainfalls—The Heaviest on Record. On the Mississippi. MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb.. 21.—After de­ clining four inches from the highest peint reached the river came to a stand here this morning and will doubtless com­ mence rising again. The gauge now. marks thirty-four feet and eleven inches above low water mark. It is eleven, inches above danger lineand within six­ teen inches of the extreme high water of 1862 which proved so disastrous to the inhabitants ot the Mississippi valley be­ tween Memphis and •FJRiARS POIMT, Miss. =130 imlles to the south .. Breaks in levees have occurred the largest one be­ ing just above Austin, Miss., which is ...

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