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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 10 March 1882

\f :k 1 '''IfHB B1VKB. ,*V,v She Opcwi at Beaton om tke t«4 jj -h The Cruise. ii The eeoentrieities of the Big Muddy are increasing. As sopn as one thinks he has her peculiarities where Wean "size them up" suflUjbntly accurate to "call the tarn" ob. hec^xt break, she deviates from all xniee ^jtoid... anterior performances to as toniah the liatiyes by sin altogether unlooked for or thought of caper. Her latest act was the bursting of her "icy fetters on the 2nd inpt. a£=Fort Benton. This fact was an nounced by the following telegram received Friday: FOBT BENTON, M. T., March 3d, 1882.— [Special.]—The river opened at this point yesterday, and is now clear of ice. This is the simple announcement of the event. The causes which led to the unusual early break-up can be attribated to the large amount of snow which fell in the mountains last month, and a protracted chenook. The •now, owing to its recent fall, was light and readily resolved itself into water* filling tlie thousand tributarie...

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 March 1882

1 The Watery Waste. MEMPHIS, March 0.—The foUo\nngttele-. gram was sent this afternoon: A "{Zov. Alyin T. Hawkins, Nashidllfr7-Re porta of suffering by inhabitants of Tenjiea uee in those counties whicli border on the Mississippi river, are daily being received. Wlnle the citizens of Memphis are doing ev­ erything in their power to relieve those-in distress, it is evident that what is being done is inadequate. I would therefore suggest to your excellency that the secretary of war be officially notified of the distress which pre­ vails in this state, to the end that a portion of the amount donated by congress may be distributed among the needy Tennesseeans, whose latnds have been inundated by the present great overflow of the Mississippi river. From the most reliable sources I learn that there are about 3,000 persons who reside in the counties bordering on the river, and therefore now suffering. They should be provided for the same as are the destitute of Arkansas and Mississippi. .[...

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 March 1882

^4f V» rf %?*»*•«& v* ,' jp 4 WAGES IS Jf OXTANA. Figures. Presented by the Pioneer Press Correspondent and the Tri ibiuie CorreiMmdenti' ..i.-&.*v?.'t: ?$'»• •jf -f V. 'i V. f', EDITOR«'•'TKIBUNK-:• 1 do bot pretend, to be^laD professional .»kickerj Ir. do,, .like to kick y^hen tlie question resolves itself "To kick or not to kick," I never refuse j' but when, after enduring the pangs of an outraged conscience for days, If am con­ strained witli a spirited kick of a genu­ ine kicker, to relieve it. This prelude means there is another criticism to be made. Jas. B. Brisbm, Fort Keogh, cor­ respondent for the St. Paul and Minne­ apolis Pioneer Press, "seems inclined to color the picture rather highly. Alter glowing over the -beauties apd benefits of the Yellowstone Park region, he becomes exultant on the labor question, «.ndes pecially wages paid in Mohtaca. Hit following is the last pari of his letter re­ lating to wages.: AVERAGE ^VAOES PATO1N MONTANA UUKIXO !J'et Bakers, pe...

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 March 1882

1 1 file iwtttorfh Sribune. THE METROPOLIS The chamber pf oommeroe rooms will open every evening hereafter. The trains from both directions are now heavily laden with passengers. There will be a dance at the Merchant's hotel o^i the evening of Si. Patrick's day in the morning,. 17th Inst. One of the greatest improvements needed in Bismarck is the setting out of' shade trees and laying of sidewalk in front, of every lot. in town., 0. H. Maaley, who is looking Bismarck Oxer with a view to establishing a cigar fac­ tory at,this point seems well pleased with the Sesirablethan rospeete. He finds the location ueh more he had supposed it to be,, and citizens better in every respect. Shade trees must have plenty of water, and in case of fire a little water is also wanted therefore, water works are the most needed of any improvement in the city. A scheme is now on foot which, if given proper en­ couragement, will give water to every part of the city in abundance, within ninety days. George R...

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 March 1882

iffr "OLD HICKORY. The Iroquois'€lub, ofChieago, Gives a Banquet on the Anniversary of His Birth. Letters Received From the Hpn. Sam­ uel J. Tilden, Senator Bayard and Ex-Gov. Seymour. ..w T. C. Power, "Benton Line," Has the Lowest Bid for Missouri River Transportation. It is 18.7 Per 100 Pounds Per 100 Miles, and Insures all Business From Bismarck A Barge Containing: 60 People Swept Down the Raging Mississippi and Wrecked. River Transportation. ST. PATJT,, March 15—{Special]—The low­ est bidder for the transportation of govern­ ment freight on the upper Missouri river, was Thos. C. Power of the Benton line of steamers. His bid was eighteen cents per 100 pounds, per 100 miles, from Bismarck. The lowest bid forGlendive is over double this rate. This-insures all the river business for Bismarck. THE BIDS. Sr. PATJII, March 15.—[Special.]—The bids for transportation on the Missouri and Yel­ lowstone rivers and wagon routes in Montana and Dakota were opened to-day at noon by Chief Quarte...

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 March 1882

THE Yankton Press and Dakotian calls attention to thefact 1h#t the Bisw^ck TRIBUNE places the words North Dakota in its date line. THE Mandan Pioneer man should place Bock Haven gravel in his hip pocket for ballast, lest he should go clean datt on the subject of Bismarck. BUTLKRB. STRANG having been con­ firmed United States marshal of Dakota, »it 19 pow deported that he willmake his headquarters at Grand Forks. THE city council met last evening and appointed judges of election and provided lor aboard of registration. A wise move and one that will be generally commended, by our people. JAMES J. Hill is one of the largest holders of.Canadian Pacific stock. He is put down as a subscriber to the extent of five hundred thousand dollars. Through the efforts of his road a thousand people a day ,are pouring into Manitoba. THE "corner" on wheat in Chicago will probablyliold some time and a gen tleman, now in Bismarck, who claims to be on the "inside," says be expects $1.50 will be reached a...

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 March 1882

th i-Mtg «ES. BRI8BIX REPLIES To a Tribune Correspondent—A Cor­ rect Table of tV aces for Mont«n«- A Frank Statement, and Some Skai'p Bemnrkr EDITOR TRIBUNE :—I have read to-day a letter in the TRIBUNE, from a corres­ pondent, in wliuih he thinks I put the wages for Montana, in my published ta bles, too high. I do not know but your correspondent is right, but why did he not publish a corrected table of wages? These correspondents who, like Peter, Kod and Vox, grumble a:t other people but do nothing themselves, remind one of the dog in the manger. It Vox knows what wages are paid in Montana for all kinds of labor why did he not tell us, in­ stead of saying I "put it too high?" What is paid That is what I have been trying to find out for the past three years. It is no easy matter to make a table of wages for a state, and in a new country hardly two people will agree what are the standard wages of it, as the price paid is regulated enti-.ely by the demand, and that varies almost mouthl...

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 March 1882

BY IgUNIinRV A ^KWCLL. M- THE DAlLTf TKIBUN®. iibllahed every morning, except Monday, at Isnurck. Dakela, is delivered by carrier to all lets of the city at twenty-five cents per week, •91 per month. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. *be month .poattun mdd........... dfcree montfe,postage paid year. 1.00 8.00 ... 5.00 ... 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Sight pages, containing a sumraary »f the aews ot the week, both foreign and local.pub •fistied erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any ••address for $2.50, •. iv .BATES OF ADVERTISING, DAiLY. tot month JBJ10 per Month thereafter. PI^ssional Cards, (three lines or less). $4.00 first month $1.00 per month thereafter $16 per year. HISCELXIAKLODB: Special M^p™cements, either foreign or local, set in solid nonpariel type and measured 12 lines to the inch, will be enarged at the rate of 10 cents per line first insertion, OR. 40 cents for on© week, witnout diange. Write-ups In minion type, 15 cents per iuie, measured ten lines to the inch. WEEKLY. TEARI/V:—D...

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 March 1882

RIVER RECORD. m-:. Compl^ Statistics^of the Break-Up^ sPoii 1870b at ThisPoint Since^ -v Serious Loss of Life and Limb in The Memorable Bust ot 1877. The Terrible Break-Up of 1881 And the Damage Done in Mandan. A Veritable Sea of Water Transformed Into a liake of Ice. An Excursion Steamer Whieh Lands at the Foot of Third Street, Bismarck. As the breaking' ap of the ice in the Missouri river is an annual event of inure than ordinal importance, the TRIBUNE has endeavored and succeeded in obtain ing correct dates of the break-ups for each year since 1870. Agent Davidson kept the most complete record, therefore the larger poriion of his. reports are used. In 1869 Joseph Dietrich, now proprietor of the Bismarck omnibus line, was en gaged in hunting between Bismarck and Fort Berthold Indian agency, some 100 miles northwest of Bismarck. By some means be obtained a copy of a St. Louis paptr in the winter of 1869-70, and through .it learned that the North Pacific railroad was to cross the. M...

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 March 1882

TELEGRAPHIC ,t A C^rieRt JBtOttop Deelined./ •P WASHZKOTOH, Match 18.—The following 'tetters? ill* rfeHtererioe *to the vacant associate .justiceship rf •'•&»!/'United States supreme .oonrt w^re/mftdepublio to-day. No. ^$a^n:.street, N. Y., March.#. 1882,: To Mr.-.«Presidents-Absence prevented promi^^a'claipwledenneiit of your two es­ teem^ letters, winch were found here await­ ing my return ,£rom Utica., The high and unexpected honoi you proffer by select­ ing me'-as associate -justice of the sn preme cburfc of thetJnited States, is greatly valued. It will eyej:b$£ matter of pride and satisfaction that you deemed me fit for so grave and elevated a trnei* but for reasons which y«u would not fail to appreciate I am constrained to decline. Although urgent de­ mands'upon my .time just now prevent my accepting yqnr. cordial, invitation to pass a few ddys Withrybix iii: Washington, let me hold this as a pleasure deferred, but nottlost. I have the honor to be sincerely your obedient s...

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 March 1882

TERR1TOR14L DIVWIOS. kf. What Staaley Huntley 8ay» «f the :Sdu-ffc^ recaiitbooniera fvtijpg 3D. aDdth$ divitiiwi yn Eagle^ays mayseema little strange to outsiders that the upper section should- consent to let the southern part slip into the confed­ eration instead of liariging on and taking ^chances at some near fitihre time. But the fact is, the people of the north have been mercilessly bulldozed into their present attitude. Yankton, al nost inthe extreme southeast corner, is ihe capital of th^ territory, and has for years lowled it over tbe north with a remorseless hand. Dakota in the Any effort to change the capital has been met by Yankton with a vindictive oppo­ sition. Her people have managed to lo­ cate all the territorial conventions there, and her prominent citizens have been se­ lected as candidates by both parties, des­ pite the protests of northern delegates. Yankton is tlie abiding place of, the fed­ eral officials, and calling on the smaller cities around her for assist...

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 March 1882

«^®,„ WSm^Hs viSKmmmM ,^.\ Sije ifeinarcfeftrilmtte. 4t(£che$3lft0$ ?marck, ..fc-, xf:'' t* METROPOLIS -3t *$! ii-Bismarck be ftrM^moiithB. ... .. fctye^ia,Jfej^e6wrig.4 Every morning onegete up nt^dv^pointed. 'I' W^jpuldenMa^ who has been down the rivari import* pr&irie chickens in ,great abnn olWR asmv cllab.'' .'/•., TheSt7Paul Despatchrof Friday says: *t..,\ "For a-White thiis ntorningit seemed as though tKa-mjjpd depofchad beens contorted :into Qastl? Qardenu^ /The ,fev»r for tfc^oorth ^'"''"westis strong \.i ^.'OBfi, Binsbin's f'lejfcteir -which printed in this issnelbli^e T^i^, is corroborated, or ^'^aiiea^t.gfo.. much: of 'dfc as maintains the wages paid in' Montana, recently 4v given1* shy the .•general, to Capt. John W. ^"•'«nitS, df Miles City." .• t5 The fire boys begin tq? think that $he city council do not itftend to~ use. them square on the eztiiiguiBh^pjii^C^PiP^886) and they intetid to put the puinpup at public auction. tleast'that is what they are talking among...

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 March 1882

VOL. IX. BY RAIL TO ETERNITY The Scene of the Tragedy at Soap stone Cut Visited by a Trib une Reporter. Removal of Bnrned and Bleeding Bodies frpm the Bnins of the Train. Of the Men Who Were Not Killed Outright Only Two are Se­ riously Hurt. The Coroner's Jury Finds that. One is to be Blamed for the Accident. Complete List of the Killed Wounded—Travel will not be Delayed. No and The Wreck. MANDAN, March 21.—[Snecial]—A se­ rious accident occurred at 8 o'clock to night to Jack Simmons' worn train, at the bridge crossing Hart river two miles east of Sweet briar. The facts are as fol­ lows: The snow-plow which was clearing the track was followed by Simmons' train, carrying twentyfive men in three sleeping cars, and immediately behind this came the regular passenger, No. 4. The trains approached the bridge, and the plow had passed safely,as did also the engine of Sim­ mons' train. The sleepers of the train,bow ever,for some reason jumped the track,and immediately four bents of the bridg...

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 March 1882

THE WASHBIM BILL AGAIS. The TBJBONB referred to the Wash burn bill yesterday morning, and to-day it gives the Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce construction of the measure. According to this authority, the bill con­ templates lifting the Indian tit'e l'rom the following ..counties in North Dakota, .namely': Wallette. Montraille, Renville, ..Bottineau,' Rolette. Cavi'ear, Stevens, MoHenry, DeSmet, Ramsey, and parts of Pembina, Walsh-and Grand Forks—em bracing almost one-half of North Dakota. These lands are accounted the most valu­ able in the territory, and include an area of over 12,000 square#mi!es. The Indian titie of occupation is confessedly of the most flimsy character, but is made a cover. for throwing the wholevast region open to speculative purchase instead, of actual settlement. The Indian occupants num­ ber about 250, all told, including their white and half-breed associates. Since the removal qf the Sioux nation from this region, this yagrant band of Chippewas have attempt...

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 March 1882

-t\ 1-0 & l'-»l J' ».»••» ll'aifc-j' ill- NORTH DAKOTA. WHEAT REGION Enthusiastic Description of its Climate and Marvelous Fertility—Ex­ hilaration in the Ait* and Riches in the Soil. tully built up the little town of Sanborn and who owns extensive inteiets in and about Bismarck, has just contributed an /article to the Brook'yu Uniou-Argus, in which he clearly demonstrates his IVith in North Dakota. He says: "The press has had much to say about Dakota repeat THE DIV18I0K OF THIS TKRUITOKY. While we of the uorih have no objection to the. southern portion feeing made a state, we do want and insist on our divis­ ion Retaining the name "North Dakota,1' famous tor the largest aiid most product­ ive wheat fields in the word, Dakota is our trade mark. It 1ms a money value for every man here. Tiie committee oa territories in congress were sofavorbly impressed by the large and intelligent delegation irom North Dakota that they adopted almost entile, as their ow« .re pori, the statements ...

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 March 1882

BY LOUNSBBimy 41 JIWILL. THE DAILY TKIBUNE. tumarck,everyat ftlisfaed narnlng, except Monday, at Dakota, la delivered by carrier to all Bwto of the city twenty-live cent* per wee*. per month. SUBSCRIPTION ltATSS. month .postage paid «eysar.• Aret montos .pottage P»ID.. ...$ 1.00 ........... 3.00 5.00 10.00 THIS WKEKLY TRIBUNE. Btfiit pages, eontaiuing a summary of the ttewsot the week, both'forelgn and local, pub flahed ereryPrlday.sent postage paid, to any jgdrem tor 92.B0. RATBH yF ADVERTISING, BA.LT. ^flsAvsMMTDisplay, #«.oo per inch first in lertion M) ceiil* for and 85 cents for Atcli subsequent insertion. KBAKLV fft.00 per-inch first month 33.001 per month thereafter. Professional Cards, (three linen or less), $4.00 first month $1.00 per month thereafter $15 per AIIKCKLL,AKIOUS:—Bpecialyear. announcements, lirher foreign or loeal, set in solid nonpanel fepe and measured 12 linen to the-inch, will be jharged at the rate of id cents per line^ftrst insertion, or 40 cents for one ...

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 March 1882

Wmi. 'IHBBITEB. lews KromAli A lens the Big Muddy —Sinking uf the Montana. The river at thisip^iiit still haugs.fire, but is open at Bent6vr and from Pierre down. A telegram wa? received in Bis­ marck yesterday that the Little Missouri is rising. All I be streams coming in from the south, together with the Yellow •tone *viJ begin now at tiny day to pour in their contribution and knock the ice «L ai tli's place iot* smithereens. Tlie telegraphic news published morning gives the very unpleasant in* formation of the wrecking of the Montana v| on the falls ofv tlie Ohio at Louisville. The Montana'was almost, a new ai, having bi*eu launched a' Pittsburg in the t| spring ol 1880 She came directly in the upper Missouri trade, and in the fall ol that year her et»bin and upper works •were wrecked by a wind storm wnile lying at the Bismarck landing. Site went to St. L.iiis for repiira as s»H»n as she Couid ..he got together. The cabin was rebuilt that win er and t- boat has sin'-e been runnin...

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 March 1882

wmm -. •%."• & -. A Very Interesting JLeteer. WASHINGTON, March 20.—Several records left by' members of the Jeannette exploring party have been received by an American ageut in Siberia and forwarded to the navy department. This record was found by a Yakutsk hunter and given to the agent at Belam: Arctic exploring steamer, Jeannette. At hut on Lena delta, believed to be near TchOlhogoje, Thursday, 23d of September, 1881.—The following named persons, officers and crew of the Jeannette, reached this place yesterday afternoon on foot from the Arctic ocean. [Signed.] GEO. DELONG, Commander of expedition, Lieutenant United States Navy. Whoever finds this paper is requested to forward it to the secretary of the navy with a note of the time and place at which it was found. Lieut. Delong, P. A. Surgeon J. M. Ambier. J. J. Collins, W. F. Windsman, H. H. Euckson, A. Gartz, G. H. Boyd, N., Jare sori.N. Dressle. H.H. Kersh, L. P.Noras, W. Lee. The Jeannette was crushed and 6uuk by ioe on 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. — 24 March 1882

WATER WORKS. An Ordinance Passes the Couneil thai Insures a Thorough System i,-,v "«+•.'• ..- ,r?.*• •." -Sata*.-. /. £&&!. tbBismarck. The Franchise Granted to the Bis­ marck Artesian Well and Water Works Company. Important and Extensive Transac­ tions in Real Estate Lying: West of Bismarck. Wetherby & McKenzie Purchase the Property of the Contesting: Claimants for $13,000. Horse Stealing: at Grlendive- Bis­ marck's Moral Standing and How to Make it Better. The common council ot the city of Bismarck met Saturday evening, March J8i.li, pursuant to call of Mayor Thurston. Present Aldermen Berkleman, Halloran, McDonald, Woods, Bogue and Griffin His honor, Mayor Thurstou in the chair. Clerk Read being absent, Alderman Woods was chosen clerk pro. tem. The object of the meeting was then stated. It was for the purpose of considering an ordiuauce in relation to water works. Moved by Alderman McDonald that the rules be suspended, that the ordiuance might be read and put upon its...

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 March 1882

THE METROPOLIS The weather moderated agaifc last night u»d now we know the backbone of old boreas i* dislocated. Two to one beta on this proposition go.' Mr. Anderson, the man who escaped the Fargo land sharks and arrived here last week, has found juat the land he wants, in the Painted Woods country. He leaves for Missouri this morning io get his family, •took, fete. The business men of Bismarck are now to a TnftT| in the matterof publio im­ provements and boom. The water works scheme is only one of the many important enterprises that are certain to come in the next six months. The fame of this region is extending over the rooky range into Oregon. A Mr. Dickey is at the Merchants with his family.' He ffuna from that district bound to settle here. No more could be said in favor of this coun­ try in a great big bobk. The new reading reom will be opened on next Tuesday evening. The ladies having the room in charge will give an entertain­ ment upon that occasion, consisting of •elect re...

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