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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 19 May 1882

VOL. IX. XEWS VOHMEXTS. THESE is a town in the Musselshell valley called Ubet. WHEN Butte gamblers get the worst of the tussel 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 putting 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. _j 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 M...

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

Ml THE semi-annual term of Ukie court of Dakota territonMftiiow in session at. Yankton. According fo A £pp i«l to the Pioneer Press there are quite nnm her ot important cases on the docket for trial. Tha first one will probably be tiiat of George, alias Harvey W. Knowlton, •who was convicted last December of man­ slaughter for killing David Rauck 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 anew trial will also be argued in the case of Brave Bear, who was last January sentenced to be hanged for the murder of Joseph Johnson. The ground for the writ of error is lacK 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 the government, and thereby give the federal court jurisdict...

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 BED RIVER FLOWED SOUTH., And Poured Its Waters Down the Minnesota Valley—Winnipeg's Site Five Feet tJnder Water— Fargfo's Site the Center of A Great Lake. The following review of the floods of past years in the Ked 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 aot an {infrequent occurrence,and also that the late flood at Fargo was compara­ tively a very small freshet: "And the water3 prevailed exceedingly upon the earth and 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 flo...

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

•.kj'i"-' BY -^LOUIWBERRt^iliili^ THE DAILY IKIfeML .Published every morning, excel Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered liycanisr jMrts of the city at twenty-five an per $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BAT*. *t)ne month .postage paid ...,.91M ^.turee months .postage paid MB (fix Kit One year, —y 10J0 THJS WKEKLY.TRIBUlfj^f Might pages, containing a sumitiajEj af the uews ot the week, both foreign ^nd locaL pop 'liahed erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any *dlressfor9£60. THK COMING COSTlSf. Vermillion Republican: "The Huron ite thinks it too early to discuss the dele­ gate question. The Press and Dakotaian takes issue in the case, while the Sioux City Journal, in a not very amiable stood, 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 ton this feature of the question. There can be no doubt but the com­ mencement of a political campaign for electing a congressman is alw...

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 RIVES RECORD. THE NEWS AND INCIDENTS OF THE PAST WEEK. A Fall Report of the Haps and Mishaps Which Go to Make Up the Life of Up-River Men—What the Boats Are About. (Foom the Daily of 13th.) The Josephine, it is calculated, will ship on her load and get away on her second Benton cruise this evening. She brought down forty head of cattle, and 1,000 dried buffalo bides. This comprised her freight trip. Her pass •enger list numbered fifty. No game was seen along the river, but the shore and the •alleys above Fort Peck 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 il along the river. Every point contains a wood yard u...

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

lpt®l: V, T4 creeks 65 Washington':*'.v WASHINGTON, May 15.—Confirmations —Roland Worthington, collector of cus­ toms for Boston and Charlestown John -T. Gowey„of Ohio, register."land office at Olympia, Washington Territory Robert Lowrey, of Iowa, receiver of public mori ies at Huron, Dakota. PKOSPECTS FOB LONG SES6ION. WASHINGTON, May 15 —A member of tlie minority says: "If the contested election cases are forced ahead ot the regular appiopriation bill the chances are the sessfioa will extend into August. CONGRESSIONAL. Senate—A bill was introduced to en­ dow a school of forestry in St. Paul. Morrill' presented a sub­ stitute for tht house bonded distilled spirits bill. Mr. Beck made an el abort speech in support of the house 1)111 in the course of whieh he read a statement from the., president ot the dis­ tillers association, ihat 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, 4)00 matter strengt...

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 BEHTOfl BRANCH. A PARTY. NOW SURVEYING THE ROUT'S FROM BILLINGS. An Expedition From Billing's to the Claries Fork Mines—The Town of Billings Said to be Booming*."\r The Itoutc to Mag in nix. BELLIKGS, 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. L. Hastings, chief of party A. P. Mitchell, transit Burr Field, level W. R. MacDonald, topographer J. D. Whelpley, assistant topog­ rapher E. L. Field and C. H. Martz, rod men, and several assistants. A PROSPECTING PABTY sets out in the morning under a commission­ er from the Korth Pacific railroad for the Clark's Forks mines. They are fully equip­ ped and will shortly render an account .of the best route to 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

SljelUismarckSrttronc. THE CITY. Several Bismarckers are about to take a trip to Eur6pe. The LaShelle Brothers have purchased the fostoffioe news stand. Another coat of paint will be pat on the Sheridan house in a few days. A seventeen pound catfish was caught oat on the prairie near Fargo Monday. The Banner City 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 &oon 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's addition to Mandan. Parties owning unpainted houses should understand that a coat of paint is economical as well as ornamental. There are several who have not heeded the TRIBUNE'S plea to clean up their yards, al­ leys, ...

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. — 26 May 1882

NEWS COMMEXTS. MANY shade and ornamental trees in Hel­ ena, M. T., were winter killed. THE passage of the Geneva award bill by the senate relieves the government of another load of trouble. THE body of an unkuown man was found in Red river Sunday. Suicide or murder it is not known which. Now that Dorsey has given bail for $10,000, it is probable that but little more will be heard of the star route ca^es. MBS. J. T. MLLLEB, of Brainerd, wanted to die. She walked out into the river, bat was seen and rescued just in time. It is thought she is crazy. A HEAVY snow storm raged in. central Iowa on Tuesday. It was so severe that the recent flurry in Dakota and Minnesota dwarf con 6-iierdbiy in comparison. THE fast train on the Pennsylvania road runs from Jersey City to Philadelphia a distance of eiyhfy-eight miles in just 100 minutes. This is a speed of 52.8 miles an hoar. THE Brooklyn Eagle admits that Chicago is becoming more and more a city of grain ele­ vators, but cruelly adds that it ...

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. — 26 May 1882

TENKOft'S WEATHEB FOB 1888 The following is a general forecast from Prof. Vennor's weather bulletin for May. He says: "Out of the thirteen long-range and general predictions which I have given forth and caused to be pub lished in the leading newspapers of the day, and in my yearly almanacs, between the years 1875 and 1882, ouly two have been seriously "out" or asu ay with re­ spect to the summer season. This state ment is not an empty assertion, but, on tbe contrary, one that is capable of proof. For, the verification of these predictions does not lie in n#y own translation of them, but in each case has been gathered from the telegraph reports of the day, and just as these have appeared in the daily journals in which the predictions were first published. Having said this much on by-gone forecasts, I desire now briefly, to give a brief but comprehensive outline of what, in my humble opinion,, are likely to be the most remarkable features of the sumner and autumn of the year 1882: Fir...

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. — 26 May 1882

THE NEW LAND AGENT. Mr. «T. F. McCarthy Pay* the Mis­ souri Slope a Visit. J. F. McCarthy, traveling agent for the North Pacific land department, was in the city last week and left with excellent impressions of the Missouri river slope. He has been for some years connected with the Wabashand other roads interested in the southwest, engaged in attracting attention to Kansas and Ne­ braska. After Mr. G?aut came to the Noith Pacific, Mr. McCarthy's .attention was attracted fo this region, and on the first of April lie accepted a position on this road, believing that this was an ex­ cellent country to work for, but he was not prepared 10 see a region so rich in all the eleuienis that makt-s farming profita­ ble. He did not know of our strength or depths of. soil, of our climatic advantages or of the desirable markets feo readily reached by our farmers. He regards the landa in the Missouri country equal to the best in Hie smith west, and tar more desira­ ble owing to our freedom from fev...

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. — 26 May 1882

BY LOONSBERRV 4l JEWELL. THE DAILY TK1BUNE. ^Published every morning, except Monday, at Itisniarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parti of the city at twenty-five cents per week. 1 per month. MTBSCKIFTION KATB8. Hoe month -postage paid^... $ 1.00 ihree months, postage paid Juo tffcht pages, containing a summary of the news ot the week, both foreign and local,, pub .shed erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.5u. 3JtITICISl*« PUBLIC OFFICIALS. The TRIBUNE is severely criticised by «ome because the commissioners have not t»een attacked tor alleged failure on their panto do some, things that good citizens think ought to have been done, for voting themselves salaries lor special services, and for allowances made At the last meeting of the board of county commissioners, the sum of fifiv dollars was allowed the county clerk for transmitting the proceedings of the coumy board for publication. The law makes it his duty to do the work, and in tbe plain­ est language...

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. — 26 May 1882

M. THE R1TEB. WHAT HAS BEEN GOING ON DUR­ ING THE WEEK. A Fall Report ,oi the Haps and Mishaps Which Go to Make Up the Life of Up-Kiver 'Men—What the Boats Are About. (From Daily of fcrth.) The levee was windy, sandy and cheerless yesterday. The regular daily scenes were being re-enacted. The stevedores not en­ gaged in loading the crafts at the docks were lying about ou the windward sides of the warehouses—some asleep, others swapping lies and the remainder singing songs, or dreaming of the girls they left behind. The steamer Red Cloud finally succeeded in getting away from our levee yesterday. The mounted police whioh detained her here, arrived by special train early in the morning. The Cloud is a fine, large boat, and her slow time from St. Louis to Bismarck must be attributed to low water, and the accident to her machinery. She is in every way a first class craft, and no doubt will make as good time from Uismaiek to Benton as the best of the large boats. With the addition of the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 26 May 1882

Washington, WASHINGTON, May 20—The postmaster general will leave to-morrow for a brief trip home in Wisconsin. While west he will make arrangements for issuing a fast mail train from Chicago west. A naiii&er ol' persons engaged in selling Louisiana and Havana lottery tickets have been sent to jail. A DECISION IN THE GUITEAU CASE, WASHINGTON, May 20.—A unanimous decision of the district supreme court on the questions raised by the defense in GuitfMi's case will be rendered Monday. Tue Post to-morrow will give the follow­ ing as the points of the decision: "The opinion of the court will sustain the position tan en by the district attorney that jurisdiction is complete where the fatal blow is struck, without regard to local demise. "The court holds that the bullet tired at the president by Guiteau in this city was the cause of his death, and that the trial could only have been held in Washington. That the cleath-of the president in New Jersey, ex­ cept as affected by loeal statute,...

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. — 26 May 1882

NEWS COMMENTS. A BAUD of elk is roaming over the prairiej about forty miles west of'Grand Forks, D. T. THE question of drainage occupies the greater attention of the Red river valley newspapers nowadays. The building of plank roads is also receiving attention. RIVEB PBESS: "A large printing outfit is on the Way from the Black Hills for Billings. This is about the sixth paper we have heard of that is. going to start up in that town." MONTANA is enjoying a boom in live-stock. The winter has been a most favorable one. No losses worth speaking of have occurred. Early this spring several sales of steers were made at $30 per head, and this was regarded a fancy price now, however, buyers are of­ fering $34, and during the past month some sales have been made at this figure. GILMER & SALISBURY are stocking the Yel­ lowstone stage line with large American horses and new four-horse Concord coaches. It is reported that there are hundreds of passengers at Miles City and other pointR on 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. — 26 May 1882

-1 -f $ Is w&$&, Ao THJB CITY. The Mimdan court dcicnet if alight one. Several cam of strawberries arrived last evening- Work 06 the Tbibunk'b brick block will be begun in a few days. Johnny O'Leary, the first child born in Bismarck, died yesterday. Wheat is looking fine. Better weather for that grain coald not be realized. Newbagcagre caTS of a superior design have been placed on the Missouri division. L. N. Griffin has received hi*? new carriage Alt*x. McKeiizie also rides in a new vehicle. J. W. Uaymond & Co. are having a new foundation for their platform scales pot an The old Geo. Peonies tmilJing on Fouith street has been rented l»y ilr. .Branch tor !j30 per month. The cotiI iet for carry 1112 Indian supplies wa« let yesierday in New Yo k. io whom is Dot known. During City Treasury Reed's absouoe from the cn\ iiii Ionday uexi a«UiJ. Wo^.ls will act as treasurer. Knpirz hits jost received, per steamer Big Horn, 4-,000 pounds of dried buffulo meat aud 400 tonyneH. Tho...

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. — 2 June 1882

THE WAR FOR WAGES IRON WORKERS STRIKING IN LARGE NUMBERS. Lively Star Route Session—Big- Land Scheme—The New York Herald Libel Case—Other Interest­ ing- News. Workmen on the Rampage, CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 1.—A Herald special from Erie reports that 250 puddlers of the Mount Hickory rolling mills will strike to-morrow for an advance of fifty cents a ton. THE BAYVIEW DIFFICULTY. MILWAUKEE, June 1.—The mill men at Bayriew, near Milwaukee, are out, and the strike has actually begun. A meet­ ing of the men last evening was attended by the members of the union in a body, and speeches and enthusiastic applause was the general order. This morning the Merchant Bar and Irish plate mills were stopped, and the rail mill is now the only one that is running. The demand for iron rails has been, and is, very light, and the prospect is that along strike will follow. The puddle mill was stopped last Saturday evening not on account of ihe anticipated trouble, but because there is an over supply of pudd...

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. — 2 June 1882

A BEBED1T 8UCGB8TKD. Monday there was no little uneasi­ ness on account of a rumor that orders had been given for the western trains to take meals at Mandan instead of Bis matck. Several transfers of real estate were knocked higher thau Beecher's Life of our Savior (Sam Wilkinson's view.) and building was likely to be much discouraged. After further consideration, however, the arrangements were found to be impracticable and trains were ordered to stop at Bismarck for meals as before. If this contemplated move serves te make our business men unite' in efforts to encourage outside capital to come in and engage in manu-' facturing or business and, in securing protection for it to encourage the settle­ ment of our farming lands, and the build­ ing up of tributary villages along the Missouri if it serves to create a public sentiment that will run off those who lie in wait to blackmail or rob by more di­ rect means persons who come with a view to locating, and thus improve the stand­ ing ...

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. — 2 June 1882

w*-' /A AUT UBftENT BEQIJESf. Hade to Open Up the Sioux Reserva­ tion for Settlement. At a meetiDg held at McLaughlin's hall, Deadwood, D. T., Saturday, May 6,1882, pursuant to a call published in all of the papers of the Black Hills counties, look­ ing to the extinguishment of the Indian title to the great Sioux reservation in Da­ kota) (or all but what is actually necessary for the use of the Sioux band of Indians.) .The following proceedings were had: The meeting was called to order by A. J. Plowman, and A. S. Stewart, of Dead wood, was duly elected chairman, and Ham TJtley, secretary. The chairman briefly stated the object of the meeting, and on motion a commit­ tee of five on resolutions were appointed by the chair, consisting of Porter Warner, A. J. Plowman, Job Lawrenson, W. W. Giddings and S. P. Romans. The com­ mittee submitted the following preamble and resolutions: WHEBEAS, A movement has been inaugu­ rated and made public in the Hills counties within the past two weeks, ...

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. — 2 June 1882

BY LOUN8BERRY JEWELL. THE DAILY TBIBUNB. 3»ublished every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is deliveredby carrier toall parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, r$l per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. •One month .postage paid.. .... 1.00 hree months .postage paid 3.00 •afT o.uu Sfeyear, 10.00 THK 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 $2.50. BISMARCK'S REPUTATION. The reputation of an individual is made up of the little things he does. He •wins a name for goodness by his little acts of kindness, by his thoughtfulness of the rights and feelings of others, not by his princely or ostentatious donations. It is his little offenses, not his great mis takes, or even one great crime, that turns people against him and gives him a bad name. The sneak thief is far more to be dreaded than the burglar or the highway. maD, and if men would act as they feel th...

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