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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 June 1882

p. I,-. 4 THE MWYKR. What MM Been CrAfaoc on at the Levee Darius the Week. (From Daily of 27th) There was nothing of importance transpir ing at the levee yesterday. The most import iant event wasthe beginning of the transfer Undine to make herregalar trips across the river and back, giving the people of Bismarck and Mandan an opportunity to visit each other without taking a day for it. The peo­ ple of these two towns have great respect for each other, but an all day visit is a little more than either can stand. There has been quite a little scare here on account of reported sickness.on some of Bis­ marck's npper Missouri river steamboats. The managers of the boats, however needless may be the «iarm, are now taking every pos­ sible precaution in their power. On account of hearing that there had been a case of va­ rioloid on the steamer Gen. Meade, the su­ perintendent of the line, Col. O'Connor, on the arrival of the boat at the Bisinarck levee determined to have her thoroughly fumig...

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. — 2 June 1882

jAe Pe/nnMylvania Pot. PHILADELPHIA, May 27.—Senator Cam eroB held a conference to-day with a number of well known business men, representing the commercial, financial and manutacturing interests of the city and state, with reference to supporting a straight ticket. It has been decided that the regular |republican convention shall be reconvened within the next fifteen days and be composed of the same dele­ gates who formed the first convention,and thp vacancy occasioned by the declina­ tion of Marshall shall then be filled. Among those present at the conterence were Charles Cramp, Joseph^ Patterson, President Cummings, of the Girard bank, Henry M. Phillips, State Senator A. Wil­ son Norriss, Hamilton Disston, James Dobson, E. C. Knight, and Col. A. Loudon Snowden. Chairman Cooper called during the morning, and also Wm. Henry Rowle. Senrtor Cameron said the success of the ticket rested with the great agricultural, mining and commercial in­ terests of the state. He had fought for a pr...

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. — 2 June 1882

IAIDENVILLE. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS FROM A BE LI ABLE COBBESPONDENT. Two MenCleanup#92 in Two Days EUrht Cleanup $500 in Seven Days—The Boom in Dif ferentCamps. Last Chance Guleh. MAIDENVILLE, M. T., May 21.-[8pecial.j W. B. Shanks returned from his claim, which is located on, Last Chance gulch, last evening, with a "buckskin bag of gold" which he poured out for us to ex­ amine, and there were some twelve nug­ gets ranging from $1 up to $6, and a host of smaller ones, besides dust to the amount of $92 which had been taken out of his claim by two men in two days. There are plenty of other claims there which are as good as his, so he informs us, and there has been some $11,000 taken out of this gulch already this spring. The gulch is about twelve miles west of Maidenville in the Macasen mountains. There-is plenty more ground for prospectors here. THE COLLAR MINE. There has been big excitement here for the last two or three days over the report that the Collar mino bad been placed 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. — 2 June 1882

THE CITY. Unffnin meat andchoioe tongues are in the market. The plans for the new three-story brick have been received. The grocery-business of Bismarck is more than doable that of 1880. Gentle showers are so frequent that the streets do not get dusty. The necessary, blanks have beeii received for anew postofflce at Villard. Edmund Hackett leaves Sunday for Villard and the Mouse river country. It is not improbable that the First National Bank will build of brick this year. Tom Fortune now drives a fast horse. This fast horse mania is spreading. It is conta­ gious.. Thirty W. Jews, frbm Russia, arrived last evening and are stopping at the Interna­ tional. Over 43,000,000 pounds -of freight was shipped on the Missouri river from Bismarck last year. Gannon's new store building corner of Third and Meigs streets is nearly ready for the painters. L. E. Smith,' of Boone, Iowa, gobbled' a Steele lot yesterday, and will erect a build­ ing this season. Major Kirk yesterday purchased the Justu...

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. — 9 June 1882

uK I /i VOL. X. OUTSIDE HAPPENINGS. THE DAILY RECORD OF CRIME AND CALAMITY- Everything in the. Shape of Late ancl Important Telegraphic Intelli­ gence May he Found Below. Steele Sittings. STEELE, D. T., June 6.—[Special.]— President Villard and otlierNorth Pacific officials stopped here yesterday on their way to Montana, attracted no doubt by the natural beauty of the country, the rich cream of the Jersey slock, and per­ sonal friendship for thes,proprietor of the townsite. Dr. John Harcourt, a graduate of the university of Toronto, is about to erect a drug store, a useful innovation much needed in the town. Messrs. Whitley & Clock are busily en­ gaged in carting lumber for their new store. These gentlemen have an exten­ sive business in Kansas City, but could not resist the smiles of fair Dakota. They are welcomed as two enterprising gentle­ men. Mr. August Manthe, a former resident of Bismarck, is putting np a 16x24 wagon factory, and has already a large number of orders. Mrs....

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. — 9 June 1882

lljefismarckSrUmne. A FEW PLAIN FACTS. Without being disposed to question the integrity 01* ty or fitness in any respect of coun­ city officials at present or^in the past, the TRIBUNE desires to call attention to the fact that there has been. too much reason for the fear entertained by conserv­ ative business men, looking Bismarck over for investment, that the liquor deal­ ers and sporting elements have claimed too great representation in the county and city councils. In the election campaigns some very discreditable things have been done, and the opposition has been misrepresented in a most shameful manner through forged circulars and other means, with a view to defeating their candidates. Every possible effort has been made to unite the liquor selling and sporting elements and their friends against the other classes, and create an antagonism between them. However pleasant and profitable this may have been for those acting with the ma­ jority, it has been very unfair, and as a resu...

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. — 9 June 1882

THE NORTH PACIFIC. A FEW OF ITS ADVANTAGES ENUMERATED. The Latest Folder Issued by General Passenger and Ticket Agent Barnes—A Fund of Information. The .Latest Folder. Geneial Passenger and Ticket Agent G. K. Barnes, of the North Pacific, has just issued and is sowing broadcast over the land one of the neatest and most con venient folders yet issued. It gives an abundance of information about the coun­ try and each town through which the road runs. In sneaking of Bismaick, it says: 'BISMARCK, DAKOTA. Population, 2,500. Two first-cla3s and eight second-class hotels, four churches, two banks, a public hall, daily and weekly news­ paper, court house and town hall, an artesian well, and all branches of trade well repre­ sented. Products are wheat, oats and pota­ toes. Shipments same. Game: antelope, deer, elk, prairie chickens and duck. Pour lines of steamers receiving and discharging general merchandise and supplies to and from the upper Missouri river forts, posts and landings. The Ch...

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. — 9 June 1882

I 1 & Wi ,V'I 'y'V"jtif' ""'fe WBIERK AT-¥I THE COSUE5JTION :•, MEET! The Press and Dakotaian gives the fol iowi-ag as the republican vote of Dakota at the election two years ago this fall, on which it was ordered that the apportion­ ment of delegates for the coming conven­ tion Should be made: Barnes 358 Hamlin 176 Brookings ..702 Kingsbury...-- 454 Burleigh ..449 Lake 421 Bon Kxrnime 553 Lincoln 877 Brule 74 Lawrence 2.936. Brown.. 89 Minnehaha..- 1.656 Beadle 219 Moody 537 Clay 365 McCook 243 Custer 260 Pembina 483 Codington.. 386 Pennington 53S» Cass 840 Richland 374 Charles Mix.. 40 Spink 245 Deuel 321 Stutsman 266 Bavison 290 Turner 491 Grant 566 Traill 647 Grand Forks 604 Union 680 Hanson .165 Yankton 1,005 Hutcliinso®. ..... -476 An apportionment on this basis is ob­ jected to by the Press and Dakotaian for the reason, it is alleged, that some coun­ ties not in this list now having a iheavy population would be ruled cut •entirely. If the committee acts in accordance •wit...

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. — 9 June 1882

THE RIVEB. In a State of Stagnant Idleness Abeut N Bismqrck for a Weejt. (From Daily of 3d) The river was rising rapidly yesterday at this point, indicating warmer weather and rains above. A good stage of water is pre­ dicted from now on. There are no boatl loading at the levee at preeeni, but severa will arrive during the next few days. The Far West passed Poplar river, np, yes­ terday at 12:40. 1 The-. Josephine passed the same point, down/at-8«S0 last evening. The Behan passed Le Beau's yesterday at 3 o'clock, bound for Bismarck. The wires being down from above, news from the Goal Banks and points above has not been received for some days. (From Daily of 4th) The river was rising rapidly yesterday and the stage of water is good. The Butte and Helena, of the Benton line, and the Jose­ phine, of the Coulson line, are coming down stream as fast as possible. The latter will reach Bismarck to-morrow morning and the former Wednesday or Thursday. The W. J. Behan, Grant Marsh's latest pr...

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. — 9 June 1882

President VUlard at Minneapolis. MINNEAPOLIS, June 2.—President Vil lard, of the North Pacific railway, an­ nounced here to-day the fact that his com­ pany has closed the purchase from the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba rail­ way company the latter's good will along the eagt'bank of the Mississippi rivtr be­ tween Watab and Anoka.^. He also states that the North Pacific company will now proceed to bridge the Mississippi at Ano ita, and from that point extend their pur­ chased line into Minneapolis, TCiese ehanges assure to the Noith Pacific a continuous line from Minneapolis to Brainerd, on its trunk line, and from Minneapolis trains will reach St. Paul over the C. M. & St. P. short line track. The Manitoba company having disposed of its line on the east bank of the Missis­ sippi, will now complete its west side,' or St. Cloud & Minneapolis branch, which thus becomes their main line. President "Villard has ordered work begun on the construction of freight house, depots...

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. — 9 June 1882

Another Bis Real Estate Transfer. In 1872 W. B. Shaw, of Shaw & Cath cart, St. Paul, located at Bismarck and engaged in a general supply trade. Mr. Shaw erected' a large tent on the lot at the corner of Fourth and Main streets, and did a business that was simply iin. mense during that summer. When win­ ter came the tent was covered with Cot­ tonwood boards and the inside papered. It wasn't very warm, but it was used to excellent advantage during the winter of 1872-8, and summer of,1873. In 1874 Mr. Shaw went out of business, and his build­ ing—tent rather—was rented to J. W. Raymond at a good round figure, and by him put in pietty good 'repair. In that building the BauK of Bismarck, now the Bismarck National bank, was started. When Raymond's brick block was built the bank was moved to its present loca­ tion, and the corner was soon afterward occupied by Mr. Eppinger, who took a three years lease ot it at $100 per month. This lease will expire next May, and it is possible possess...

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. — 9 June 1882

«**)&! '•MtVt -f.' filjc liMtotchSrilmtte. THIS CITlt. It was hot again yesterday. Sig Hanauer is doing a moving business nowadays. Shall we celebrate or go over to Mandan to have a little fun on the 4th? Flannery & Wetherby, real estate boomers, report a good week's transactions. The lightning flashed all around the hori­ zon last night, but there was no rain. Let us all talk about celebrating the 4th. Agitation does the business, you know. Alexander Duncan has opened a general blacksmith and jobbing shop, corner Fourth and Thayer streets. Billy Preston, who was murdered at Coul son on the first, was an old Bismarcker, and well liked in thi3 community. Dr. Kellogg, dentist, of Decorah, Iowa, has rented the building adjoining the Mon­ tana market, and will engage the practice of his profession. His wife is with him. Judge Van Etten, who pas lived on his homestead eight or nine years, on Monday proved up. It is one of the best claims irt this section. It's adjoining the city ...

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. — 16 June 1882

VOL. X. CREAI OF THE NEWS. SKIMMED FROM LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. Flood at Indianapolis—Star Route Deviltry—A Poker Player's Sor­ row—The Crarfleld-Eosen cranz Racket. The Star Routers. WASHINGTON, June 14.—In the star route trial to-day, Ralph M. Grimes, of Kearney, Neb., testified as to distances from one point to another in his route. The time, he said, had never been changed since the institution of the service. Mr. Grimes identified one of his reports, upon which French, a sub-contractor, had been fined for arriving twenty-four hours ahead of schedule time. The reading of this paper caused a general laughter among the counsel, and Judge Wylie said it was the most extraordinary fine on record. An explanation was demanded, and the wit­ ness said abridge had washed out, com­ pelling the driver to go out on the prairie. There he had lost his way, and had finally come in twenty-four hours late. The other stage was due at that time, and the driver did not know what trip he was on. This...

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. — 16 June 1882

IHsmarcfiSrilmtte. THE COXlNtt TIDE. Behind the settler's cabin new.. The cattle stand and graze, And city lots are staked for sale Above old Indian graves. I heard the tread of pioneers Of nations yet to be Tlie first low wash of waves where soon Shall roll a human sea. The rudiments of Empire here Are plastic yet and-Warm The chaos of a mighty world Is rounding into form. The tide oi iriimigiation that is now pouring into the Missouri valley north of Bismarck is something wonderful. The soil andclimate only have to be consid­ ered. to be appreciated. It is only neces­ sary to see the growing grain to be con­ vinced that no lands are better adapted to the growth of wheat, oats aud barley. It is only necessary to stop and learn of "the experiments that have been made to be­ come satisfied that corn can be grown here as easily as in noriliern Iowa. It is only necessary to see the herds of slock that feed and grow fat during the entire winter on the nutritious buffalo giass to realize...

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. — 16 June 1882

A Toung Hero. A boy witli clear-cut grit arrived in Bis marck a day or two ago. His name is JohnTergo, 14 years of age and weighs about seventy-five pounds. The boy's weight is referred to simply to show his" strength and endurance. A couple of months ago his mother, who resided in Butte, died. This left the little hero an orphan on the cold charities of the world Having a brother somewhere on the Yel­ lowstone, he put up a bundle of blankets, a grub stake, cooking utensils and other articles he deemed necessary for the loag trip through the wilderness, and with a rifle and bait of cartridges struck out under a load aggregating about fifty pounds, two third of his own avoirdupois. Who can imagine how tnat little orphan struggled Under that load After many days he reached the locality where he hoped to find his brother, but was disap­ pointed He had gone, no one knew where, and believing that another brother resided in Bismarck, he continued nis weary tramp, trusting to luck for food...

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. — 16 June 1882

THE DAHH TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Hismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, $l per month. SDBSCBIPTION BATES. One month .postage paid-.. 1.00 tfbree months .postage,paid 3.00 ail. ...... o.uu One year, THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. "Eistht pages, containing a summary of the mews ot the week, both foreign and local, pub­ lished erery Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50. THE BADTFALL Gen. Hazen conceded in his article on the North Pacific region some years ago that a rainfall of fifteen inches would pro­ duce a good crop, other conditions being favorable. He conceded that there was no trouble about the climate no question as to the strength of the soil, and only claimed the one thing lacking—rain. He assumed that the rainlall of this region was not to exceed seven inches during the entire year, and on this false assump­ tion based his conclusions. Since his ar­ ticle was written, however, the U. ...

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. — 16 June 1882

I THE BITEB. (Prom Daily of 10th) The arrival of three steamers yesterday morning infused more than the usual activ 1 ity into affairs at the levee, The Wyoming, W.W. Coulson, master, ar­ rived from St. Louis, and after replenishing her storeis and taking on a number of pass­ engers', continued her coarse Bentonwards, leaving here at 12 o'clock, noon, The Bed Cloud, from Benton, rounded to at the levee at 8:30 in the morning. She car­ ried a full cargo of hides and furs, about 4,000 in number, besides fifty tons of Mon­ tana potatoes. The Butte arrived at 10 o'clock with a full cargo of furs and hides. The passenger lists of both the boats from above were light. The Josephine is moving up stream like a scared wolf. She passed Stevenson at 3:30 yesterday morning. It is calculated that she will make the boss round Benton trip of theseason. The Sherman passed Poplar creek at day­ light yesterday morning, on her way to the Goal Banks. The next arrivals from above will be the Helena and ...

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. — 16 June 1882

?K,. it «&&' St. Paul Note*. ST, PAUL, June 9—[Special]—It is ru­ mored here to-day that Col, O'Connor has gone east with his family, and will not return to Bismarck. The cause is not known, T. C. Power left to-night for BismarcK with his mother and sister. Sheriff McKenzie and John Satterland left to-night, the latter having purchased a considerable quantity of railroad land, for a steam boat landing and townsite about forty miles north of Bismarck. Villard and party leave to-night-for the east. Arrangements have been fully com­ pleted for extensive railroad operations at Bismarck which will be made public in a few days. Postmaster Grant and Allen, of St. Paul, left to-day for Washington on star route business Young Tibbetts' Fate. S PERHAM, Minn., June 9.—John Tib­ betts, the boy who murdered Washington and Felierbach a few days since, was brought here yesterday and was exam­ ined before Justice Rotliplez. Towards night the propriety ot lynching him was freely discussed, b...

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. — 16 June 1882

calf Mr. M. E. Milner, one of our cattle kings, arrived in that to^min-cbarge of twenty head of thoroughbred and high grade Jerseys be­ longing to Mr. A. 0. Johnson. -Awaiting the departureof a boat he |ut the cattle in a coriaL They had not been in there very long, however, until the bloody batcher spied them, and selecting the nicest and fattest of the lot, drove it away,claiming it as a beef animal he had purchased some days before. Mr. Milner replevined the animal, but of course the august justice of .the peace stood in with the butcher, and gave full credence to his very credible story that a certain brand had worn off and the hair grown over again. The steal was sanctioned in an alleged court of justice, and of course there, was no re­ course for a stranger but to grin and bear it. The above paragraph is from the Fort Benton River Press, taken from the body of an article headed "Bismarck." The entire article is a tirade of abuse against this city. It was evidently written by M...

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. — 16 June 1882

r4f„ IfjefismatiMrUmtw. ^HE CITY". The raoe track has been put in splendid shape. E. A. Williams' cottage, in the east part of the eity is assuming shape. We learn from Col. Thompson that Bis­ marck is 1,690 feet above the sea. Another light shower visited this section yesterday. It was very refreshing. Manager Whitney, of the opera house, will have a company of new people next week. Mrs. Lucy Bailey is having a foundation laid on Ninth street, near Main, for a dwell­ ing. J. S. Veeder has ordered a stock of general merchandise for Washburn, the new Painted Woods town. The TBIBTJNE learns by its exchanges that "our" M.H. Jewell has been promoted, being referred to as "colonel." The North Pacific railroad offices have been removed from 82 Broadway, New York, to the Mills building. A Montana stockman named Potter has ninety head of Merino rams in this city awaiting shipment up river by boat. Col. J.C. O'Connor has severed his con­ nection with the Peck line and gone east with his fami...

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