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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 7 April 1882

MOUSE RIVER. Ex-Mayor Hackett and Party, Who Were Thought to Have Perished in the Late Blizzard, Turn Up All Eigfht—Deep Snows in the Valley of the Mouse De­ tained Them. Full and Valuable Report of the Trip Made by Mr. Hackett to the Botineau County, D. T. (Boundary Line), Marcli 12,1882.—M. H. Jewell, vice president Bismarck, Mouse River, Turtle Mountain & Manitoba railroad company: Sir:—I have the honor of submitting to you the following report: I sent you a brief dispatch from Dog Den mountain, and as stated in that I found an easy pass through those ranges of hills. I reached Villard on the 24th inst. The country from the Dog Den to Villari is somewhat rolling, and beauti­ fully watered with lakes and streams. Their banks are well timbered with ash and white birch Wintering river runs through^ this valley, and heads to the southeast in the Coteaus, running north­ west and emptying into the Mouse river at the big bend. This valley is large, commencing at the 10th guide merid...

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. — 7 April 1882

Vkef lte*pi*e Teller. ptT.T IABB, April 1.—The county conven­ tion for the appointment of delegates to the coming constitutional convention are being held. Only Monnonists are being selected. The convention meets April 10th, just as the spring conference closes. The Gentiles do not like- the appointment of Teller to the interior department. Of all the departments, it has the most to do with Utah. The Tribune says: •'During the past three months, after the Mormon situation "was fully laid before the country, and after thirty years of defiance of the laws in Utah, Senator Teller has said that in his judgment there was giothing here to call for the inter­ ference of the government. That Governor Murray's act in refusing to give an election certificate to Cannon was. -an outrage, and that if he was president he would cutoff his official head without a day's delay. And Teller is not from a distant state, where he might never have taken the trouble to investigate the M-rinon question, but...

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. — 7 April 1882

THE CtOJJD BOOM. The Magtaiils Miaes. One of the best featnrps.in the. Maginnis region excitement is the faith that old pros­ pectors from other camps throughout the country havein that district prospeotora, the genuine, old'fashioned the sturdy old roosters who regard themselves thor OMGHLY equipped for the 06ft8oin if tHoy editor DEVO-, a slab of bacon and a plug of tobacco, and an old pick, pan and shovel. In the early dayB of the Black Hills anew kind of pros pectQr was developed. He was full of ro­ mance and had more money than sense. The of the Fort Benton Beoord evidently has seen this Black Hills development, as he describes him to a fraction. It costs all of $300, or more, ta properly outfit him. He requires a thoroughbred horse, two pack ani­ mals, a mattreSs, six pairs of blankets, a feather pillow, dressing case with toilet soap and perfumery, a gold chronometer, magni­ fying glass, chemicals, library of scientific works, silk stockings, five gallans fourth proof brandy,...

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. — 7 April 1882

N .ilfye UiatnarckgrMmne. THE METROPOLIS CfOiyiip, gentle 1 spring. etherial mildnetw come we're ready fo^you. Mrs. J. G. Pitts yesterday purchased through James A. Emmons tne Cy. Thomp­ son city property^ Good Friday services at the Episcopal dhurch to-day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All are invited to attend. The bass drummer in the opera house band is too ambitions He wante to do all the playing himself and comes very near doing it. From the pile of new dry goods boxes in front of Sig Hanauer's establishment one would naturally infer that he had received some new goods. The funeral of D. J. Macnider, which took place yesterday afternoon from the resi dence of Bobt. Macnider, uncle of the de­ ceased, was largely attended. L. W. Sloan yesterday had some quick work done in putting up a house on his claim. Chas. /Chamberlain out the erected the lawful domicile in one day. A petition numerously signed was in circu lation yesterday, asMng for the establishment of a river mail route duri...

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. — 14 April 1882

|iui' ,*•' "i 1 WASHINGTON. TERSE TRIBUNE TELEGRAMS FROM THE BIG CAPITAL. Steamer Accident—The Tower City Well—Virginia Polities—Corona­ tion of the Czar—Other Foreign Facts. Discipline Demanded. WASHINGTON, April 13.—The republican caucus called for to-morrow night, will be attended by every republican member of •oongress in the city, if the earnest solicita­ tion of the leaders can secure it. The in­ ability of the dominant party to complete legislation without the assent of the demo­ cratic minority is made apparent daily. The caucus will be asked to enforce for the rest of the session strict party discipline^ and it is probable that notice will be given that all pairs are dissolve d. Such a course is neces- sary to secure a quorum of republicans. There are now from twenty-five to thirty re­ publicans absent, and as long as they con­ tinue away the democrats can, by simply re­ fusing to vote,.leave the house without a quorums The measures to be named by the caucus as imperatively...

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. — 14 April 1882

4A XI8HABCK ASD THE SOBTH PA­ CIFIC EAILBOAD. At a meeting of the Bismarck chamber «f Commerce, held March 11th, a commit­ tee composed of Messrs. J. W. Baymond, 0. A. Lounsberry, Alex. McKenzie, Geo. P. Flannery and F. J. Call, was appointed to confer with the president and directory of the North Pacific railroad and lay be­ fore them certain facts bearing upon the Mutual interests of the company and the city of Bismarck. No one of judgment supposes for a moment that it has ever been the intention of the North Pacific to ig­ nore the Missouri river metropolis, and such reports, circulated by irresponsible persons and unreliable newspapers, do •the management of the North Pacific great injustice. Long before Fargo and the Bed river valley, or Jamestown and the James river valley, were brought to the attention of the thousands of prosper­ ous merchants, farmers and mechanics who now jnhabitvthosesections, Bismarck was a point to which the North Pacifie shipped more goods which netted...

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. — 14 April 1882

Where They Live. The following record, taken from the] to welcome books in the United States land office in Bismarck, is interesting and valuable in that it shows where all the new comers who have located on public lands in this section may be found Rev. David Wirt, the live congregation ttl missionary, has taken a homestead and tree claim north of James Dann, this side of Alsop, and it is gently hinted there mil be more to follow, including the to#n site of Geneva, a church, school house, etc. Ethan A. Dawson and his brother/ John E., have taken homestead^ on sections 24 and 26, southeast of Clarke. Andrew Capehrat has taken up his homestead on section 10, south ot Clarke. Dan Pratt of LaCrosse, a silver-haired business veteran, has located at Steele, John A. Carroll will build a substantial house on his home­ stead cast of Steele. He and his friend Dennieon from New York city, have also taken tree claims south of Steele. Allen Clark and his brother-in-law with families are northea...

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. — 14 April 1882

®I)cit0marcli tribune. ALL Fargo wants is some jack -stalls and three-cornered banners to be a pirate fleet. THEY have a boom- at Faijgo. It is necessaiy in order to keep the houses from floating down to Winnipeg. r:: BISMARCK is the only city on the line of the North Pacific where a gentleman can walk in the middle of any of its streets to-day without soiling the polish ©n his boots. THERE is scarcely a printer in the west who will not hail the confirmation of S. P. Rounds, of Chicago, as public printer with delight. Rounds will make a good job of it. THE capital question does not bother Bismarck. It is practically certain to be located here, as it is the only town where water does not invade the streets and fill the basements of business blocks. ROOM having been made in Washington for Major Edwards that gentleman is now in the capital city telling jvhat he knows about Dakota. If his words can be be. lieved, the proposed new Jamestown land district will go by default, and the offic...

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. — 14 April 1882

CLARE'S FORE MINES. I WHAT AN EARLY PROSPECTOR OF 1876 KNOWS ABOUT THEM. ., „1 Miraculously Rich Assays from Float Specini ens—Gen. Brisbin Not tlie First to Bring Them Before the World. Some Mining History. MILES CITY, April 8, 1882.—Gen. Erls bin has written a letter to the New York Herald descriptive of the Clark's Fork mines, in which he arrogates to himself tlie credit of hating been chiefly instru­ mental in the discovery of tlie mines, and of first making their existence known to the world. Here is what he says: "I lately read in the Herald quite a long telegram describing Clark's Fork mines of Montana, and announcing new and valuable discoveries. These mines have long been known to me, and am glad to se.e the Her­ ald leading the way in making them known to the world. As long ago as 1876, when I commanded the military forces at Fort Ellis, M. TM information of the exceeding richness of Clark's Fork in precious metals was con­ veyed to me by hunters, guides and prospect­ ors....

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. — 14 April 1882

fjoeeediiV Hot Times in Ireland. DUBLIN, April 6.—Smythe, the land leaguer, who, while returning from church last Sun­ day with some ladies, was fired at, but who escaped, while one of the ladies was killed, lias written a letter to Gladstone, in which he eays: "Your practical adhesion to the prin oiplesthat force is a remedy in ease of Irish savagery, has culminated in making it easy,, for land league assasBina to murder my sis­ ter-in-law at noon to-day. I lay the guilt of that deed of blood at yonr door, in face of the whole oountry, support^ as you are by "no rent" members of parliament And their press. The terrorism existing under the protection of yonr police is so tremendous font, know there are but few who would ven­ ture to denounce the assassins had they seen Were they to do so, their lives would CTrfc»inly be. forfeited, while the prisoner would almost as surely escape after the farce of a trial by jury. Gladstone, in replying, assures Mr. Smythe of his heartfelt sympathy...

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. — 14 April 1882

4 -J If TIE BILUK6S BOOH HOW THE PEOPLE NORTHWEST LOOK IN THE AT IT. They Believethat 'People' Will be in the New Town When the Railroad Beaches It. DTo One fiver Saw the Zilke. WTT.USI CITY, M. T., April 29.—[Special' There has been ho halt in the Billings boom to-day. Although the plat and Mr. Hulme, cashier of the new national bank, (soon to be) have gone to the townsite, the universal thftmfi is Billings. Some are more enthusi­ astic over the mining regions of Clark's Fork and Maginnis, bnt as these points are both within one hundred miles of Billings' it only tends to stimulate the townsite boom Yesterday Messrs. E. P. Wells of Jamestown, and Col. John Benton, attorney, of Fargo, D. T., purchased nearly 200 lots and about sixty lots were sold to other parties. This makes the grand total of sales amount to $300,000. It is doubtful, if ever, in the history of any new town, such,&n enormous quantity of lots have been sold in so short a time. At pres­ ent 4he townsite is over 1...

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. — 14 April 1882

COUNTY COMSSIONERS. (Kupitz, (t THEY MEET** IN REGULAR QUARTERLY SESSION* i, And Transact Much Business pf Local Importance Belatlve to Burleigh County—Bills Allowed and Ordered Paid. Proceedings Of the Board of County Commissioners of Burleigh1 County, D. T., commenc­ ing April 3,1882. ,-t OFFICE «F THE COUNTY CLERK OK BUII LEIGH COUNTY, D. T., April 0,18&2.—2 o'clock, p. m. The Board of County Commissioners met pursuant toV statute, this being the first Monday in April, 1882, Present: Frank Donnelly, chairman, and Commis­ sioners C. A. Galloway and John Quin­ lan. Moved and carried that the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars be refunded from the ^county fund to Mattie Kum ley tor unexpired term of liquor 'license. The following liquor bonds were ap­ proved and licence '•jr.inted:' 1 iNo. 22. B. F. Wliiuptt. No. 23. Ida Lewis. The following bills, were Approved' and orderet examined, paid from I to be the several funds, as follows: Chas.Manger, nurse at pest house.. $125 00 P...

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. — 21 April 1882

a R?£ VOL. IX. IT 1 U' S?£,i ,J5 £!iW«&*J i.'- "^^Vil^jjjg^ IR.FVI V* JH»*$ 'v^ttr: i\y v. ••(*•-. 4 IK SOLD! ABOUNDS IN THE MAIDEN VILLE MINES The "Tribune's" Special Correspond­ ent on the Spot Carefully Exam­ ining the Assays. How the Mines Are I»ofeated. MAIDENVTLLE, M. T., April 3. [Special.] —Maidenville is located near the head of Warm Spring Gulch, in the heart of the Judith Mountains, about four miles west of Fort Maginnis. south of the Missouri river, (at its nearest point 45 miles) southeast of Benton 140 miles east, and a little north of Helena, 210 miles north of Coulson, 150 miles northeast of Miles City,. 210 miles. Here lies Maidenville, surrounded by the richest mines discovered since the year ,-*"49." Mines to the right of us. Mines to the left of us. Mines to the front of us. Mines to the rear of us. Mines beneath us, and Mines above us. In fact the whole oountry might properly be called a vast mine, and it is only a ques­ tion when it will all be worked. THE ...

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. — 21 April 1882

HINT TO L.4XD HUMT^KS. It is not the policy of the TRIBUNE to take advantage of the misfortunes of Other cities and use them ^s a means tf warfare, but there area few things con­ nected with North Dakota that settlers should know, for their own benefit: No one di^elieves that the Red river will raise wheat, and plenty of it. The ground is rich and in ordinary seasons, the yield will be as large as any part ot North Da­ kota but the Red River valley is only a small pari of the territory. People must not get it into their heads I hut the Red River valley means North Dakota it is only a small strip of land compared with the whole. For several yeans the people of Fargo have told land hunters there was 110 good laud west ol the Red River valley. They have repeated this lie so often that they really believe it and the ones who cry the loudest are gen­ erally those who have never been ten milts out from Fargo. The fact is the land on the Missouri slope, as to quality, is fully equal to tha...

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. — 21 April 1882

GLITTERING GOLD. MOUNTAINS OF IT AT CLAUK'S FORK AND MAGINNIS. What a Miles City Man Knows About the Mines—Mineral that Assays $1,500 to the Ton— The Prospects. The Hush Continues. MILES CITY, M. T., April 13I—["Special.] The excitement about Maginnis and Clark's Fork mines still continues and increases as the people come in. Th«re being heavy snows in both these regions many are lin­ gering in the city until they have melted, Mr. N. Seward of this city who was in the Clark's Fork's mines in 1877, says there is no doubt of their richness. He would have been there now but for the fact of being driven off the reservation. fife says now that of when the mines are open there will be many his old friends from Bofceman rnd Butte who will reclaim their old stakes. Mr. Seward says that the Clark's Fork mines havb more good features than any other locality he ^ver saw. Prof. Hayden, who visited this section in 1872-3 pronounced it rich in mineral wealth. Mr. Seward has tested ore from the vi...

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. — 21 April 1882

LOUNSBERRY A JEWELL. THE DAILY TBIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at JSiamarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, I or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One month .postage paid.. S l-OQ ihree months .postage paid 3.00 .... o.w One year, Starting 10,w THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Sight pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign andtocal, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50, BATES OF ADVERTISING, DAII-Y. TRANSIENT Display, $1.00 per inch first in­ sertion: 60 cents for second, and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. "V EARLY :—$5.00 per inch first month $3.00 per month thereafter. Professional Cards, (three lines or less), $4.00 first month $1.00 per month thereafter §15 per year. MISCELLANEOUS: Special announcements, either-foreign or local, set in solid nonpariel type and measured 12 lines to the inch, will be charged at the rate of 10 cents per line first inserti...

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. — 21 April 1882

THE RIVER. The Mews and Incidents of tbe Past ffei-k. Dave Winnie, the well known clerk of the Helena, arrived Saturday. Winnie is a dandy. He can sell more goods with less conscience than any man on the*river. Gapt. Braithwaite is master of the Big Horn, now en route to Bismarck. All was life and bustle-at the levee Satur­ day. In fact it put one in mind of the busy days of last July. Some boats were loading, others repairing. The steamer Butte of the Benton line left the landing &. the afternoon for Lincon where she took on about eighty five tons of freight and eighty recruits for Aesinnaboine. She left Fort Lincoln at daylight next morning with a mixed cargo of freight amounting to 255 tons. Her cabin was fnll of passengers and every cot had an occu­ pant. The Josephine, of the Coulson line, left Sunday morning for Benton, having taken on a cargo of over 200 tons of mixed freight and her cabins filled to overflowing with pas­ sengers. Steamboating begins about a month earlier...

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. — 21 April 1882

TELEGRAPHIC Sensational Murder at Racine. MILWAUKEE, April 15.—At an early hour this morning Hardy Clifford, a Milwaukee gambler, who was in Racine, Wis., in at­ tendance upon the walking match there, shot and killed Capt. W. H. Pugh, a man wealth, and among the best known residents of Racine. The difficulty was about a bet that was made between Clifford and Pugk as to the result of the walking match. The murder was deliberately done by Clifford, according to statements received here. He fired four some shots from his revolver, two tak­ ing effect. Clifford was considered a most) violent tempered and dangerous man, and such act has long been expected. On receipt of the news in Milwaukee, there was general excitement, Clifford being well known Si all the lower gambling circles, and Pugh well known in business circles. Pugh was a Welshman, and there was great indignation among that class in Milwaukee. A number of them at once got together, ana the result was that a large detachment of...

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. — 21 April 1882

mm POLITICS AND LEGISLATION A BUNDLE OF ANCIENT CLAIMS. ALLOWED. WAR Yoorhees' Demagosfism—Important ^Republican Caucus—Star Eoiite Matters—Senate Confirma­ tions—Etc., Etc. War Claims Alloicetl. WASHINGTON, April 14.—The omnibus claims bill passed the senate to-day having previously passed the house. It contains 1,359 claims, and each individual claimant is named together with the amounts allowed. The bill was drafted and passed in pursuance of the action of congress July 4, 1864, pro- SIGNIFICANT SPEECH BY VOOBHEES. WASHINGTON, April 14.—The speech of Senator Yoorhees upon the case of Mc Sweeny, the Irish-American citizen im­ prisoned by Great Britain as a "suspect," is subject to considerable comment in political circles. It was a severe arraignment of the policy of the administration with regard to the imprisonment of American citizens by Great Britain, and it is believed that the democrats intend to make the question a prominent issue of the coming campaign The republicans see ...

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. — 21 April 1882

Pratt A Stone have closed outtheir market to Mr. Ctaas. Knpitz. Work on the Jamestown branch of the North Pacific has began. The predictions are for a spell of extra­ ordinary pleasant weather. A gentle shower stole over this region last evening. It was welcome. Mr. P. H. Smith is bnilding a large mar­ ket house on Mandan avenue. Joe. Deitrich with his 'bus line is busy again, now that navigation has opened. At least fifty buildings are now in course of erection in different parts of the city. Fast horses are again flying past the Tap BTJNE office. A streak is all the editor isf able to discern. According to the Mandan p. s., there are firms in Bismarck selling over $. ,090 worth of goods a week. Four or five cars were smashed to pieces by the recent track jumping on the part of a freight train, near Jamestown. It is claimed by half-breeds that there is gold in the iurtle mountain region. That is what they are lounging around there for. Until further notice the office of the city tr...

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