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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 12 May 1882

THE BITES BECOBS. THE-NEWS AND INCIDENTS OF* THE PAST WEEK. A. 3?u-ll Report of the Haps and Mishaps Which Go to Make Up the Life of iUp-River Men—What the .., Boats Are About. Que of the most steady and reliable things in this country is the Big Muddy. She is as steadfast as a good wife. Not a change worthy of noio has occarred in her bosom daring the past three or lour weeks. Neither the rains or the sunshine has had any effeet on the stage of' her water. She is just the -same to­ day that she was yesterday, the day before and a month ago, but the Yellowstone flood, we reckon, will get her on a high before many days now, and before she gets over this Yel­ lowstone hurrah, the freshet from the moun­ tains will be along to keep her agitated until the approach of the dog days. The .wire which has been prostrated be­ tween Fort Keogh and Benton during the past few days, come up yesterday, and a whole raft of telegrams regarding the move­ ment of boats in the upper end of the river wer...

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. — 12 May 1882

The Big Land Scrip Stein, die. ST. Louts, May 6.—A gigantic scheme of fraud and forgery KaB been unearthed by United. States District Attorney Bliss. A firm under the name of Burt & Miller occu­ pied rooms on the corner of Fifth and Chest­ nut streets from which they sent out -.circu­ lars offering government land scrip for sale. The authorities made a descent on the office, but the principals had flown. Meanwhile Jno. B. Cameron, believed to be a confeder­ ate of the gang, was arrested at Sioux Falls. Dak., through the instrumentality of the telegraph. He was taken to Yankton, whith­ era deputy United States sheriff has gone to bring him here. District Attorney Bliss be­ lieves there is an organized ring, who have counterfeited the land scrip, and that their operations have been very extensive. He says they realize 90 per cent of the value of the scrip, and must have realized from §300,000 to $600,000 in St. Louis. He says they succeeded in swindling to the amount of $550,000. ...

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. — 12 May 1882

IRELAND'S MISFORTUNE THE MURDER OF LORD CAVEN­ DISH AND MR. BURKE. Fall Account of the Terrible Encoun­ ter Between the Murderers and Their-Victims—A Grave Mis .. fortune to Ireland. Full Account of the Murder. DUBLIN, May 6.—[Delayed dispatch.]— Lord Frederick Cavendish, Foister's suc­ cessor as secretary for Ireland, and Under Secretary Bu^ke were stabbed and killed this evening in Phoenix park. Lord Cav­ endish and Earl Spencer had remained at Dublin Castle engaged in thei transac­ tion of official business until 6 o'olock this evening, when each drove to his re­ spective residence. After dinner Lord Frederick and Thos. Henry Burke, under secretary, went tor a walk in Phoenix park. They were both strolling in the park, about half a mile from the city gate and a quarter of a mile from the chief secretary's lodge, when a car drove up containing four men, two ot whom jumped down from the car and attacked Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke, STABBING THEM BOTH* several times in the throat a...

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. — 12 May 1882

lite. THE CITY. Work on the bridge is progrereing satisfac­ torily. The funeral of little Mary McGowan on Sunday was largely attended. Tbe travel westward, over the North Paci­ fic railroad, is increasing every day. E. A. Williams will open his law office at McEeiizie & Holmes' real estate agency. The first short span of the Bismarck bridge is nearly finished, as is also pier num­ ber^ An engineer will arrive in a few days to make a profile of the streets of the city and establish a grade. Bismarck has more good land which will always be tributary to'it than any other city in the northwest. Mr. M. H. Jewell sold $500 worth of lots in the new town of Steele, yesterday, to parties intending to improve. Nearly every piece of wheat on the Missou­ ri slope is now up nicely. East of the Troy farm farmers are busy seeding. The Missouri party have located south of Clarke on nine sections of land. This colony will soon be increased by recruits from that state. Great flocks of little bird...

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. — 12 May 1882

XA V* -1 "WW- [Vfl y, jlri®?' ft wi ., 1 1' ik I ij VOL. IX. 1 fV1*•• STEWS SOTE8. THE Butte papers claim that a branch of the North Pacific railroad will be completed from Missoula to Butte within a year. The -distance is 100 miles. THE old idea that a drunken man can not be injured by falling, has just been exploded at Fargo. Bent Anderson, a Norwegian in the employ of Chelsey & Lovejoy, lumber dealers at that place, fell down stairs on the night of the 8th inst. and broke his neck. .TUB Laramie Boomerang says that a "very aesthetic Boston lady has struck it rich. An­ other lady asked her whatwas meant by cow­ boys, as she saw the term used by the papers, and was told that they were male calves. She wasn't very far out of the way, either. ROAD agents are operating in Butte. An omnibus that conveys passengers from Butte to the railroad depot was waylaid recently by these agents when about half way to the station. One horse was shot in the nigh fore leg, but the driver got away ...

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. — 12 May 1882

lUDIAX AFFAIRS. Last week a company of about eighty distinguished persons assembled at the residence of Col. Archibald Hopkins, in "Washington, D. C., to hear Gen. S. Armstrong, of Hampton, Va., on the methods and results of Indian education at the Hampton Institute. Amoug the number were President Arthur, Chief Justice and Mrs. Waite, Senator and Mrs. Frelinghuysen, Mrs. Craig Wads worth, and Mr. Frank Cushing. The lat­ ter was accompanied by two Zuni Indian chiefs. -Gen. Armstrong referred to the recent Indian outbreak in Arizona, aud quoted from official reports received, showing that there were but 360 Indians on the war path, 269 of whom were wom­ en ant1 children, leaving but 100 fighting men. He then stated that there were 2,900 United States troops occupying twelve forts at an annual cost to the gov ernment of about $2,000,000, who did not proporly protect settlers er prevent raids. He said that Agent Tiffany, in charge of the San Carlos Agency in Arizona, had offered to mak...

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. — 12 May 1882

if? $u 'zt WASHINGTON IMPOST ANT AD VICES FROM THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT. The Tariff Commission Bill Gets Through the House—A Part, of Gen. Porter's Sentence Kemifc ted—Other Notes. The House Actually Does'Something WASHINGTON, May 6.—The house went into committee of the whole on the tariff commis­ sion bill. Randall's amendment for a mixed '•commission was lost. Hammond offered an amendment that the commission consist of nine-republicans. A yea and nay vote was asked and refused, when a disposition was shown on the democratic side to fillibuster, bat the amendment was finally rejected—16 to 133. The next amendment was that rec­ ommended by the committee of ways and means, striking out the authority granted to the commission to inquire into the existing system of internal revenue. Agreed to—130 to 17. Many amendments were offered and successively voted down. The committee rose and reported the bill to the house. Mills moved to recommit the bill with in­ structions to the ways and, mean...

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. — 12 May 1882
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. — 12 May 1882

THE aim BEC01D. T&ENEW8 AND INCIDENTS OP THE PAST WEEK. A full Report of the Haps and Mishaps Which Go to Make Up the Life of Up-Kiver Men—What the Boats Are About. ©ne of the most steady and reliafolethings in this country is the Big Muddy. She is as steadfast as a good wife. Not a change worthy of noio has occurred in her bosom dnring the past three or lonr weeks. Neither the rams or the sunshine has had any effeet on the stage ef' her water. She is just the -same to­ day that she was yesterday, the day before and a month ago, but the Yellowstone flood, we reckon, will get her on a high before many days now, and before she gets over the Yel­ lowstone hurrah, the freshet from the moun­ tains will be along to keep her agitated until the approach of the dog days. The .wire which has been prostrated be­ tween Fort Keogh and Benton during the past few days, come up yesterday, and a whole raft of telegrams regarding the move­ ment of boats In the upper end of the river wero received...

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. — 12 May 1882

TELEGRAPHIC The Big Land,Scrip. Swindle, ST. LOOTS, May 6.—A gigantic- scheme OF fraud and forgery has been unearthed by United States District Attorney Bliss. A firm under the name of Burt & Miller occu­ pied rooms on the corner of Fifth and Chest­ nut streets from which they sent out circu­ lars offering government land scrip for sale. The authorities made a descent on the office, but the principals had flown. Meanwhile Jno. B. Cameron, believed to be a confeder­ ate of the gang, was arrested at Sioux Falls. Dak., through the instrumentality of the telegraph. He was taken to Yankton, whith­ era deputy United States sheriff has gone to bring him here. District Attorney Bliss be­ lieves there is an organized ring, who have counterfeited the land scrip, and that their operations have been very extensive. He says they realize 90 per cent of the value of the scrip, and must have realized from §300,000 to $500,000 in St. Louis. He says they succeeded in swindling to the amount of $5...

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. — 12 May 1882

IRELAND'S MISFORTUNE THE MURDER OF LORD CAVEN­ DISH AND MR. BURKE. Full Account of the Terrible Encoun­ ter Between the Murderers and Theiy-Victims—A Grave Mis­ fortune to Ireland. Full Account of the Murder. DUBLIN, May 6.—[Delayed dispatch.]— Lord Frederick Cavendish, Foister's suc­ cessor as secretary for Ireland, and Under Secretary Bu^ke were stabbed and killed this evening in Phoenix park. Lord Cav­ endish and Earl Spencer had remained at Dublin Castle engaged in the* transac­ tion of official business until 6 o'olock this evening, when each drove to his re­ spective residence. After dinner Lord Frederick and Thos. Henry Burke, under secretary, went for a walk Phoenix park. They were both strolling the park, about half a mile from the city gate and a quarter of a mile from the chief secretary's lodge, when a car drove up containing four men, two ot whom jumped down from the car and attacked Lord Cavendish and Mr. Burke, STABBING THEM BOTH* several times in the throat and breas...

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. — 12 May 1882

THE CITY. Work on the bridge is progrersing satisfac­ torily. The funeral of little Mary McGowan on Sunday was largely attended. Tbe travel westward, over the North Paci­ fic railroad, is increasing every day. E. A. Williams will open his law office at McKenzie & Holmes' real estate agency. The first short span of the Bismarck bridge is nearly finished, as is also pier num­ ber 4. An engineer will arrive in a few days to make a profile of the streets of the city and establish a grade. Bismarck has more good land which will always be tributary to it than any other city in the northwest. Mr. M. H. Jewell sold $500 worth of lots in the new town of Steele, yesterday, to parties intending to improve. Nearly every piece of wheat" on the Missou­ ri slope is now up nicely. East of the Troy farm farmers are busy seeding. The Missouri party have located south of Clarke on nine sections of land. This colony will soon be increased by recruits from that state. Great flocks of little birds ha...

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. — 19 May 1882

VOL. IX. SEW8 COMHEXTS. THESE is a town in the Musselshell valley oalled Ubet. WHEN Butte gamblers get the worst of the teasel with the tiger they hold him up and recover their money. Sioux CITY is already agitating the celebra­ tion of the coming fourth of July. It's not too early to begin the agitation. THE night watchmen of Helena are patting in their time arresting old moon-eyed opium smokers. Three were bagged these on the night of the 8th inst. THE Miner says that Butte is overrun with idle men that work is to be secured, and that $40 a month and board will not coax the idlers from the vicinity of saloons and the gambling dens. THE fraudulent Santa Fe land scrip racket seems to be a purely Dakota invention. The scheme was originated by Cameron, the Sioux Falls financier, and the printing of the scrip was done at Canton, D. T. AN item headed "Fickle Fortune" was stolen from this column by the Helena Inde­ pendent. The TBIBUNE cared nothing about the theft, but since other Monta...

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. — 19 May 1882

ifSliltS WW*W33 J&> %'^r?V\WM J- .1 as^fe^.. THE semi-annual term of the supremteN court of Dakota territory is now ID session at,Yankton. According to a special to the Pioneer Press there are quite a num­ ber ot important cases on the docket for trial. Tha first one will probably be that of Gorge, alias Harvey W.^Knowlton, •who was convicted last December of man­ slaughter for killing David Bauck at Pierre in April, 1877. He was sentenced to ten years imprisonment and a fine ot $1,000. The motion tor a new trial was made on the ground of lack of jurisdic­ tion. A motion tor a new trial will also be argued in the case of Brave Bear, who was last Jauuarv sentenced to be hanged for the murder of Joseph Johnson. The ground for the writ of error is iacu of ju­ risdiction in the United States court to the case—first, because the temporary proclamation of the president making the place of alleged homicide additional res­ ervation did not carry with it the judicia­ ry department of ...

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. — 19 May 1882

FLOODS IN THE BED. TIMES WHEN THE ED FLOWED SOUTH. RIVER And Poured Its Waters Down the Minnesota Valley—Winnipeg's Site Five Feet Under Water— Fargro's Site the Center of A Great Lake. The following review of tlie floods of past years in the lied river valley ap­ peared in the. St. Paul Dispatch of the 8th inst. A reading of the article, which will repay every one, demonstrates that floods in the valley of the Red are Hot an unfrequent occurrence,and also that the late flood at Fargo was compara­ tively a very small freshet: "And the water3 prevailed exceedingly upon the earth aud all the liigh hills that were under the heavens were covered."— •Gen. vii: 18. History is always repeating itself to a greater or less degree, and to-day our neighbors in Manitoba are enjoying the benefits of a repetition, perhaps not of the wrath ot the Almighty, but of the ele­ ments with which He punished ye wicked of ye olden time. Much has been said by interested parties regarding the periodical floo...

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. — 19 May 1882

3\ II •Y LOUN8BERRY A #Wtl, THE DAILY IKIJBiftaL .Published every morning, except Mesdlfj Bismarck, Dakota, Is delivered Sffteaofar to aft parts of the city at twenty-five onU par weaki 1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION RAT*S. 'One month .postage paid.................,.i ^kreemonths .postage paid .......... Six One year. Bight pages, containing a sum news ot the week, both foreign and I ii sited erery Friday, sent, postage paid, Address for 92.60. L«0 &«0 SM 1040 THE WEEKLY TRIBUK- ef the nob any TBI COH1HG COITIBT. Vermillion Republican: "The Huron ite thinks it too early to discuss the dele­ gate question. The Press and Dakotaian lakes issue in the case, while the Sioux City Journal, in a not very amiable mood, suggests that no fears need be en­ tertained by the friends of Mr. Pettigrew, that an early or late campaign would eatch him unprepared for the fray. The Journal is rigL*. on this feature of the question. There cun be no doubt but the com­ mencement of a political campaign for ...

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. — 19 May 1882

THE RIVER RECORD. THE NEWS AND INCIDENTS OF THE PAST WEEK. A Full Beport of the Haps and Mishaps Which Go to Make Up the Life of Up-River Men—What the Boats Are Abont. (Foom the Daily of 13th.) The Josephine, it is calculated, will sh^p on her load and get away on her second Benton ernise this evening. She brought down forty head of cattle, and 1,000 dried buffalo hides. This comprised her freight trip. Her pass senger list numbered fifty. No game was aeen along the river, but the shore and the valleys above Fort Feck were thickly strewn with the skinned carcases of buffalo. They are so numerous it is feared that during the heated spell they may cause much sickness. None of the agency reds were seen roving along the river. They were taking a rest at the agencies. A big rush of stampeders is reported from the upper country to the Ma ginnis mines via of the Little Rocky creek route. A great abundance of steamboat fuel is reported r.ll along the river. Every point contains a wood yard ...

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. — 19 May 1882

Washington WASHINGTON, May LITTLE ROCK, 15.—Confirmations —Roland Wortliington, collector of cus­ toms for Boston and Oharlestown John -T. Gowey„of Ohio, register land office at Olympia, Washington Territory Robert Lowrey, of Iowa, receiver of public mon­ ies al Huron, Dakota. PROSPECTS FOR LONG SESSION, WASHINGTON, May 15—A member of the minority s«ys: "If the contested election cases are forced ahead ot the regular appropriation bill the chances are the sessioa will extend into August CONGRESSIONAL. Senate—A bill was introduced to en dow a sckool of forestry in St Paul. Morrill presented a suit «titute for the house bonded distilled spirits bill. Mr. Beck made an eliiborie speech in support of the !ious "bill in the course of wliieh he read statement irom the president ot the dis­ tillers" association, that that body had raised $000,000 to reimburse members ot the pool for losses in exports. Mr. Win lom replied to Beck, stating the $600, flOO mailer strengthened him in his de­ ter...

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. — 19 May 1882

THE BENTON BRAKSH. A PARTY. NOW SURVEYING THE ROUTE FROM BILLINGS. An Expedition From Billing's to the Claries Fork Mines-The Town of ^. BillinffS Said to be Booming'. The 11 outp to JIaginniH. BILLINGS, M. T.,_May 12—[Special]—The North.Pacific railroad survey of a route from Billings to Fort Benton started to-day. It •will proceed up the small valley of Alkali creek by the way of the Bull mountains and the Judith gap, passing through the Mussel­ shell valley and the rich Judith basin. A. branch will be explored to the Maginnis gold mines. The party is made up as follows: D. Jj. Hastings, chief of party: A. P. Mitchell, transit Burr Field, level W. R. MacDonald, topographer J. D. Whelpley, assistant topog­ rapher E. Ii. Field and C. H. Martz, rod men, and several assistants. A PilOSPF.OTING PAETY sets out in the morning under a commission­ er from the North Pacific railroad for the Clark's Forks mines. They are fully equip­ ped and will shortly render an account of the best route t...

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. — 19 May 1882

ttljc Bismarck 8ribune. THE CITY. 8everal Bismarckers are aboat to take a trip to Ear6pe. The LaShelle Brothers have purchased the fontoffioe news stand. Another coat of paint will be put on the Sheridan house in a few days. A seventeen pound catfish was caught out on the prairie near Fargo Monday. The Banner Oity will not appear till next week. The engraved head has not yet ar­ rived. Mr. Craven, who is farming Meserve's farm this year, has located a claim northeast Of Clarke. A statement showing the financial condi­ tion of the eity will soon be published as per city charter. Ida Lewis is quite a granger. She is put­ ting in over 200 acres of wheat on her farm south of Clarke. Maj. Mitchell says he has applications for over §25,000 worth of lots in Helmsworth addition to Mandan. Parties owning unpainted houses shoald understand that a coat of paint is economical as well as ornamental. There are several who have not heeded the TBIBUHE'S plea to clean up their yards, al­ leys, etc. ...

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