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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 February 1882

TELEGRAPHIC Terrible Explosion. CHESTER, Pa-. Feb. 17.—[Special.]— About 8 o'clock this morning an explo «ion occurred at the pyrotechnic works Of Pro lessor Jackson, in tliis city. The ImiJuirig was badly shattered, took fire *nd was consumed. The building was the old homestead of Admiral Porter, and portiops of it was occupied^ by a number Of colored families. It seems that it first •tooK tire, and while the firemen were yplaying on the flames, a large crowd sur­ rounding it, the explosion occurred, scattering destruction tar and wide. THE KUMBEll KILLED Is between tilteeu and twenty. About |wen:y are dangerously, and fifty more -Or less seriously wounded. The follow­ ing is the list killed: Tolin Lamlaugh, Thos. Dollison, Tlios. Anderson, Alex A Phillips, .John Pollock, Joseph Kesttier, George Taylor, James Doughry, Benja­ min Gartside, Perry Williams, colored. Au)hony Barber, William Wood, fireman, Edward Stropsie. All the killed liVe liere. Fifty are more 01 less" injured, thre...

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 February 1882

A BIT OF DSTOBT. WHICH STANLEY HUJfTLEY BE MEMBERS ABOUT DAKOTA. What the Proposed New Territory of North Dakota Will he Composed ol—A -Little Episode in the History of Mandan.. Stanley Huntley, formerly of Bismarck, in the Brooklyn Eagle, says: "The upper section, which, under the projected divis­ ion becomes tbe territory, claims a sdil of unparalleled fertility and tbe largest wheat farms on eartb, but is comparative­ ly sparsely settled. Its population lies along the Red River of the North, from Richland county, bordering south on the forty-sixth parallel, to the Canada line on the forty-ninth, and from the Red River to the Missouri, comprising In all nine populated counties out ot a total of thirty one. With the extension of the North Pacific a few settlements have sprung up, hut they make no appreciable difference in the location of population already mapped. The larger, in fact the main towns, are Fargo, Jamestown and Bis marcs, tliriviug, pushing and enterpris­ ing cities, f...

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 February 1882

tbe $iMta«k frttwitt A*** jM fee BY LOUNSBIRfV 4fc JIWKU, E A I I N E Published every morning, except Monday, Bismarck, Dakota, Is delivered by carrier to pacts of the city at twenty-five cents per WCefc or fl per month. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Onejnonth .postage paid. v.. ..... .. *9 1.00 Three months .postage paid— 3.0O yyT 5.00 One year. 5.00 ... 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for 92.50, RATES OF ADVERTISING, TRANSIENT: 91.00 per inch first insertion GO cents for second and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT RATK8: Iter contract rates apply at office, or send for Advertising Card of Kates." WEEKLY BATES: Looals 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 lines to the inch. AIDTORA1LROAD8. TheBlaek Hills people are running wild...

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 February 1882

THEBITEB. The Cranky ChancteriitleHtf Upper Biver Steamboat: Men. The activity about the -steamers in their ice harbors-at this port is becoming noticeable. To the arrival daring the past week of several steamboat owners, captains and superintendents, is the extra Stir attributed/ Many repairs and some changes on the boats'here and below will be iqade before the opening of navfga tion. It is the custom of steamboat men to overhaul and change the appearance of their crafts as often as their finances will permit. One will out the cabin down, another will extend thesame, and the balance will kick and refuse to be comforted because fortune, the fickle jade, did not favor them sufficiently to enable slashing, cutting, disfiguration or im­ provement, as the case may be, of the cabins of their clippers. Upper Missouri river sailors all hate perpetual designs on the cabins of their packets. Titey are cranks in this respect. But,-God bless 'em, they are all good eggs just the same. No matter...

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 February 1882

Wi #amartlt®rilmne. ikB PACIFIC EK®. A gentleman who recently returned ftom atrip to Washington territory,-the northern part of lAabo and the Western portion of Montana, furnish^ the San rancisco Bulletin the following in for •ation concerning the progress in the construction of the North Pacific rail, road. .4' Ob the western end the North Pacific railroad is making good progress. Not withstanding the unfavorable.time of the year, the company is employing 3,000 men, white and Chi^se, constructing the road along the northern shores of Pen d'Orielle lake, a distance of' 460 miles from Portland. This lake is situated in the northern part of Idaho territory, and extends to within a few miles of Mon­ tana. The.iailroad cr isses the lake at a narrow point a few miles above the fort, and skirts along the lake to the mouth of Clark's Fork of the Columbia, a distance Of about thirty wiles. From that point it follows Clark's Forks to Missoula, 150 miles. The altitude of Pen d'Oreille is abou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 February 1882

rp| %a. &A-4- HE FIEE FIEND. is Tl4 N&WvENGLAND TOWN WIPED $,, S iGUT OF EXISTENCE* Several ^Million Dollars Worth ojf Property Destroyed in Haverhill, I Mass.—Destruction of Prop firty at Other Points. BOSTON, Feb 18.—Reports from Haver, hiH elate that the firewhtch started in tlie lMiainess portion «t the town spread with great rapidity. The buildings being mostly ofcwood, tlie department was uaabl^ to cope with the flames, winch soon 301 be yond th«ip control, and assistance was iel-' egra,plied, for to Lawrence. Newburryport" Lowell, and other towns adjacent to the[ town. At.lhis hour, 1:30 a. m., the town setine all*aJ»Iaze, and the business portion will undoubtedly be destroyed. Engines, have arrived from Lawrence, and orhers are oi .the vway froih the several cities' called upon for help. The fire covers the entire trauk from the railroad to Little river and ..between Essex and VVingate streets tlieJlames are siili raging, and the. prospects of- getting control ot the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 24 February 1882

&$$%.?,W' '.^i' !V lTBE 4V» 'J1"1' W 1 A, WUM &r<*,£'y U' %te&& Af were fii-®f^fijiti(itfktril'iiw« '.fi TOO SERENE? METROPOLIS Special Lenten services at the BpWcopal church this eveningafc'7:a0 p. m. point and haniton lace. The TBIBUNE noticed by the Sheridan House register last evening,' that quite a number of Coulson's citizens have taken the Coulson Post man's advice, nr"^ have concluded to npt ., re- main there and overcrowd that town. Jamestown Alert, 23d: "Messrs, S. E. Lam- VOUIWWIFU«MVI.«| -WW- bert&Co., lost several valuable mules the other day. The door of a car in which they being transported came open and Ave jumped from the train, one being killed out right and the others badly used up." If this warm weather continues a day or two longer Judge Van Etten will prance gaily out and sow his seed, as he contem­ plated doing the day before the recent cold snap. Many grangers who had their ground prepared before the snow, fall will improve the first op...

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. — 3 March 1882

.VOL. IX. miI THE QUEEN SHOT AT Unsuccessful Attempt of an Addle Brained Notoriety Seeker to Assassinate Queen Victoria. He Fires One Ineffectual Shot, when He is Promptly Seized and Disarmed. The Queen Meets the Terrible Shock with Great Coolness—Messages of Congratulation. Blaine Delivers His Eulogy on Gar­ field, and Gen. Boseneranz Writes a Note in Reply. Conkling's Nomination Confirmed Important Telegrams Epitomized for the Busy Bismarckers. The Assassin's Shot. LONDON, March 2.—A large crowd of apec tators VSB awaiting the Queen's arrival at Windsor. The Qaeen walked across the platform of the railway station to a carriage which was waiting to take her to the castle John Brown had already ascended to the seat behind the carriage? when a man stand­ ing at the entrance to the station yard among the spectators, pointed a pistol at the carriage and fired. Judging torn the re­ port, the pistol was not heavily loaded. The -Qaeen, who was probably npt aware of wliat had happened, was...

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. — 3 March 1882

TELE6RAPHI Horrible Death Bed Confession. ... HABTTOBD, Ky., Feb. 25.—The Herald to­ day says, 8ji outrage, too horrible almost to call to happened near Carnville, Jan nary 28,1881, by which Wiley Emboy and six children were burned to death. We have~jr^t learned that death bed JTewlsb "PwTT.t-nnrr.TmTAj Feb. 24.—lvafngees to the the number of 450 men, women ane chil­ dren, were received down the river by mem­ bers of the committees. Although the party all showed traces of recent sufferings, there was but one death on the voyage, that of a child 3 years of age. When the steamer reached the dock and the emigrants and bag-, gage were examined, the cars of the Pennsyl­ vania railroad were backed down dose to the vessel, and the entire party was taken to the Pennsylvania depot, where they had supper and a change of clothing. The depot is provided with eating, sleeping and bath­ ing rooms find a hospital. The refugees are in charge of I. Litman, of Kamaritz, Poland, driven from home two m...

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. — 3 March 1882

DOIT FOBfiET. That it's Lent. That spring is welcome. That zeal estate is looking up. That honesty is the best policy. That»""»is a feeble tenant of an hoar. That the snow is pretty thin this morning. That the grangers are rustling to get in their seed. ../ That an aesthetic young man is a mistake of nature. That the way of the transgressor is un­ profitable. ... That Bismarck is entitled to the cake on general principles. That Burleigh county has never been bur­ dened with paupers. That the setting out of trees would beautify our c^fcy exceedingly. That the robin will soon be piping his cheerful notes hereabouts. That the Bismarck & Mouse River railroad is taking root among eastern capitalists. That while man may be the noblest work of God, woman is infinitely more lovely. That the fields will soon lay over our hand­ some mashers in soft and delicate verdency. That the climate of Bismarck is balm to the invalids—rendering them healthy and wise. 1 That good plank sidewalkB, of u...

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. — 3 March 1882

|Y LOUNMMHY*. JI WELL. Ugh DAILY TltiBUNB. ept Monday,at Published ever* marnin Bismarck, Dakota, 4s deltve Bisniiuta, by carrier TWE,B4®CEB,» VU&. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. -One month .postage paid Three months .postage paid..— iii .......... .. Ine year. 1.00 8.00 6.00 .. 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. of the {tub any Sight pages, containing a summary eiews at the week, both"forelgn and local, 4ished erery Friday, sent.poslage^ paid, to addreas/or $2.50. BATES OF ADVERTISING, DAILY. TRANSIENT:—Display, #1.00 per inch first in­ sertion: GO cents for second, and 25 cents for tech- subsequent insertion. YEARLY F6.00 per inch first month $3.00 per month thereafter. Professional Cards, (three lines or less), $4.00 first month 91.00 per month thereafter 915 per year. HISCKLLANLOUS Special announcements, either foreign or local, set in solid nonparlel type and measured 12 lines to the inch, will be charged at die rate df 10 cents per line first insertion, or 40 cents for one week, without chang...

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. — 3 March 1882

THE B1YBE. The "W eather 8 irHaic ITp dnriSarineH -Wemllve AaiUltoa«^I|epa. y" Ample protection has/ been pro^Me&for the safety of steamersin the river heraabouts, against damage from ioe.: SaltttaAt^ dribs have been constructed across the beads of the different fleets, .which it is confidently believed will withstand any ordinary break­ up, and that this will be the character of the old Muddy's approaching regular annual racket, there is now no question. There is bnt a limited amount of snow lying on the water sheds which feed her spring freshets, and as it would require an unprecedented rainfall to swell the current to its- usqal pro­ portions during seasons of an ordinary snow fall, a sadden and crushing break-up. is not expected this spring by those who study the peculiarities of the upper Missouri. Cloi. O'Connor, who has about twenty men at work, is making a solid crib around the bow of the Nellie Peck, which lays at the head of his fleet in Rock Haven harbor. There are th...

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. — 3 March 1882

8ljc5i$tttarcli®ril)wnf. HJKN. RccKEK has been placed on the retired list and Gen. In galls has been ap­ pointed quartermaster general Jn his ^*tead, -•. THB*Washington Critic believes in the admission of Dakota on the basis of pop­ ulation. It alleges that twenty-three ^children were born at home to the Da lcota delegates while they were in Wash­ ington. W. B. MCCONNKLL, of' Fargo, has re­ ceived a letter from Mr. Holman, of In. diana, saying that he is in favor of the di­ vision of Dakota, and expressing the be­ lief that the democratic members will generally favor the division. IN reply to inquiries from Fort A. Lin­ coln the TRIBUNE would state that the new superintendent of the Yellowstone Park is P. Conger, formerly of Ohio. He is a distant relative of Senator Conger, .now a resident of Waterloo, Iowa. IT is thought that James Gordon Ben­ nett is about to turn pirate. He has placed four rifled cannon oh his yacht. To turn pirate would notbemoie discredit­ able than some 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. — 3 March 1882

CONKLIM'S CfiANCES- TEE SENATE "W* JUDICIARY COM- MJTTJES REPORT. It Will be Favorable to Boseoe—WW a Couple of Cleveland Papers Ha-ve to Say About the Matter. WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.—The president to­ day sent in the nomination of ex-Senator Gonkling in the supreme bench. The nom­ ination caused somewhat of a sensation in political circles where it has been the subject of discussion all the. evening. SENATOR HOAR OBJECTS. When the nomination of ex-Senator Conk ling as associate justice of the supreme court was read to-executive session of the senate fhia afternoon, a motion was made to take it np for immediate confirmation. Senator Hoar thereon took the floor and warmly said that while he conceded Conkling's great abilities and that no man since Webster had surpassed him in intellectual force, he be­ lieved Gonkling had used his powers for bad purposes and he did not believe him honest. "His elevation to the supreme bench," said Hoar, with great excitement of manner and pounding his d...

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 March 1882

THE METROPOLIS The prairie fire' illuminated -the northern heavens last evenings A business lot in Steele was one of the real estate sales of yesterday. Don't forget Walter Fletcher's benefit this evening at the opera house. for a model clean kitchen the one at the reading room takes the cake. The Jamestown Alert goes into ecstasy over the opening of anew saloon. Some portions of this region produce a very superior article of hemp and flax. Garden making has been indulged „in to a limited extent in Bismarck this spring. 4 The Bismarck and Mandan telephone ex­ change is an institution of the near future. The store recently vacated by W. H. Thurston & Co. is undergoing a thorough renovating. The ice in the Missouri is rather weak, and Joe Dietrich has stopped running his busses to Mandan. The steamboat business in Bismarck will be larger this year than ever before. So say ell the agents. Lieut. Grimes "caught on" to some Bis­ marck dirt yesterday in the si tape of lots on Thayer s...

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 March 1882

RIOTOUS STRIKERS. Farther Reports Showing an Ex­ tremely Desperate Condition of Af­ fairs in the Flooded Valleys. Lieut. Danehouser Relates the Terri­ ble Experienee of the Jeannette Party in the Frozen Zone. A Wild and Lawless Mob ot Strikers Threatening Life and Property in Omaha. The Civil Authorities, Finding Them­ selves Powerless, Invoke the Aid of the Regular Army. The Flood-Ruined Planters. LITTLE ROOK, March 9.—A gentleman who arrived to-day from De Sota county says the destitution in consequence of the flood is be­ yond description. The water has reached an unprecedented height, and scarcely a farm house has escaped inundation. 1?he inhab­ itants are fleeing to higher land, where they await starvation and death. The situation is appalling, and without government aid, quickly bestowed, the developments of the next few dayB must be horrible in the ex­ treme. Manv persons are feeding on the oarcasses of dead cattle which float, dewn the stream. AT HKW OBIIKANS AND VIOINITT. N...

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 March 1882

^territorial exchange truthfully says thpt it' present indications are to be relied 2*ipon, the *ariy spring, will witness one of the most remaikable migrations of the cenjtify. state, every county, and -nearly every town east ol' the Mississippi •mil furnish its quota of men fpr tfee ^iihd^rmy of femfgritton Jthat has al­ ready sent out its advance couriers to spy ant the land. A few years ago Kansas 6nd Nebraska were the objective points tQ which the march of emigration was directed. The broad prairies and fertile valleys of Dakota were unknown, and .igpmigration had pictured a wild desert country habitable only to wild beasts and still wilder men. The few hardy pio­ neers that l.*d settled within her borders gave glowing descriptions of the balmi •8$8S of the ciimate and the wonderful fer­ tility ol her soil, but to these accounts Hhe over wise people of the east gave lit credence, reasoning that if the north­ ern portion of the eastern states had such it rigorous climate and ste...

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 March 1882

4 W? MS* 1 OF D!TEBE8T TO IOIAm The Bill Introduced by Pettifjrew Providing for Their Support, In the house of representatives, February 20, Delegate Pettigrew introduced the follow­ ing biU providing for the support and civ­ ilization of the various tribes of Sioux In­ dians residing upon the great Sioux reserva­ tion in the territory of Dakota: Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America ill congress assembled, Thai the secretary of the interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and empowered, either in person or by com­ missioners appointed by him, to negotiate with the various tribes or bauds of Sioux Indians in the territory of-Dakota who claim title to or re­ side upon the Great Sioux reservation for a ces­ sion of all their lauds in said territory which lie north of the White Earth river, to the United States, for a certain specified sum. SUCTION 2. That the secretary of the interior, or the commissioners aforesaid, be, and are here...

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 March 1882

tbe ifentortfc Britain*. •Y LOUpSMRItY JKWKLL. THE DAILY TKIBUNS. etecy morning, except Moaday.at .Dakota, Is delivered by carrier to all of the city at twenty-five cents per week, Si SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ^Onemonl loath .postage paid j» moptits .postage paid 3.00 THIS WKEKLT TRIBUNE.' wgea, containing a summary of the »•. the week, both foreign and local, pub erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any for #8.60, iaStren RATJJS OF ADVERTISING, DAILY. IJS'SIKNT Display, •i.oo per inch first in rtidh 60 cents for second, and 25 cents for .ch subsequent insertion. ^KI,Y:—46JW per inch first month $3.00 per month thereafter. Professional Cards, (three fines or leas), $4.B0 first month month thereafter $1.00 per $15 per year. MiymjaMi/mH: Special announcements, either foreign or local, set in solid nonpariel Ope and measured 12 lines to the inch, will be charged at the rate of 10 cents per line first sertlon, or 40 cents for one week, without Write-ups in minion type, lb cents lured ten line...

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 March 1882

'v3S am BY LOUpSMMIIY JIWILL. THE DAILY TKIBUNE. tilished every morning except Monday, 1st maitk. MkM (Mnered by cuder to all ts ol the city at twenty-five cents per week. |l per mootn. SOBSOniPTION RATES. .^flne monUi .poatagepaid: .......1.00 THSgieemoytiu.postage paid......... 3.00 J&year. 1M0 THK WKEKLY TRIBUNE.' it pages, containing a summary of the is at the week, both foreign and local, pub led etery Friday, sent, postage paid, to auy iforfs.60. RATJBS OF ADVERTISING, DAILY. »'BIKNT Display, *i.co per Inch first in itidn BO cents lor second, and 25 cents for J5h subsequent Insertion. ahly *6J» per Inch first month $3.00 per month thereafter. Professional Cards, (three fines or less), $4.00 first month $1.00 per fflbnth thereafter $15 per year. ulynT.M Kt/im: Special announcements, ^Slherlbreign or local, set in solid nonpariel Ope measured 12 lines to the inch, will be dharged at the rate of 10 cents per line first Insertion, or 40 cents for one week, without dfcutge. Wri...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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