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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 October 1882

Qfte lismarck tribune. BY LOUM8BERRY JEWELL. THE DAILY TEIBUNH.. .Published every morning, except Monday, at KiHma.rn.ir, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, $l per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATKS. Onemonth .postage paid $ 1.00 ihree months ,postage paid. 3.00 Bix 5.00 One year, 10.00 THE 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 2.00. KOBE PRAISE FOB THE SLOPE Mi. S. D. Maxwell, superintendent of the Cincinnati chamber of commerce, lias written an article for the Cincinnati Ga­ zette, giving his impressions of North Dakota and North Dakota towns, as gath­ ered from his trip of two months ago over the North Pacific. He notes a vast im provement in the country during the past year, many new. towns having sprung up in that time as if by mas?ic. Speaking of individual towns Mr. Maxwell draws no invidious comparisons, but...

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. — 6 October 1882

ffilu iJiamartlt tribune. BOUND TO BOOI. BILLINGS, THE MAOIG CITY OF THE NORTHWEST. Some Account ot Her Present Prosper­ ity and Futute Prospects—An In-, teresting: Talk With Senator Beck, of Kentucky. The Music City of the Plains. BILLINGS, Oct. 3, 1882.—In my former letter I spoke of Billings, t!:e magic city. It has indeed sprung up as if by magic, and is to-day the best abused and least appreciated" point on the line of the North Pacific. It is one hundred and fifty miles west of Miles City—far enough away not to interfere in any sense with Miles town, and yet the citizens ot Miles cannot listen with patience to expressions in its favor. Its development, however, will add to the trade of Miles, and I shall be surprised if this fact is not realized ere long. In March last Billings was born and named in honor ot Fred. Billings,one of the leading spirits in the North Pacific. To him, more than to any other, belongs the credit of bringing the North Pacific safely through its days 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. — 6 October 1882

Polities in (South Carolina. CHARLESTON, Sept. 29.—A special to the News and Cour ier, from Lancaster, says: A political meeting was held yesterday, and addressed by Col. Cash. At about the close of the meeting a difficulty arose between a white man and a colored man, which re­ sulted in the former being wounded in the head by a blow with a stick or stone. At this time two or three pistol shots were fired, also near the stand, but no one was hurt. Soon after a large procession of colored men on horseback came riding up the streets, one of the number having a large pistol buckled to his body, which he drew and pointed at a white man, and said, "There's the damned rascal who did the shooting." The white man gave him the lie, and the colored man fired at him immediately several shots were fited by the white men, and the colored man fell mortally wounded. An indiscriminate shooting followed by the whites and blacks, and three more colored men bit the dust, and as many more were wounded....

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. — 6 October 1882

THE BISHABCK BBID8E. ITS FORMAL OPENING TO TAKE PLACE THIS MONTHS Chief Engineer Morison Accepts the Hospitalities Extended by the Chamber ol Commerce to Himself and Friends. The Event df the Season. About the middle of this month five large engines from the west and five from the east will meet on the high bridge over the Missouri river at this point. In other words, the great North Pacific Bis­ marck bridge will be tested as above and formally opened for traffic on or about the 18th of this month. At this test prob­ ably from 100 to 200 prominent railroad men, engineers, and reporters from lead­ ing eastern papejs will be present as the guests of Chief Engineer Morison. The opening this greatest of railroad bridges in the United States will be an important (event in the history of Bismarck, and the good citizens of this metropolis propose to show their appreciation by extending liberal hospitalities to the chief "engineer and his friends. Accordingly, through its representative bo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 6 October 1882

Ill fcjf-'' XV Vi 1 I ife if. !& l-:'f 111 Ife pr '"I? ww t- «r, ®)e itsuttarch Sribtuif. THE BANNEK CITY Buffalo now. only, forty miles from Bis marck. The roller mills will start np again early next week. Burleigh county is ahead at the St. Louis exposition. P. H. Byrne, at Mandan, wants a cook and a bartender, as will be seen elsewhere. The new elevator will be ready to' receive wheat next week. Mr. Webber's new residence, near the green houses, is nearing completion. Charley Wallace yesterday shot nine geese at two shots, six at one shot and three at an­ other. Wild geese and ducks as thick as mos­ quitoes in July, and buffalo only fcrty miles away. Jamestown, having beheld the beauties of the free reading room at Bismarck, has de tided to have one herself. The steamer Gen. Sherman arrived last evening from Poplar River. She left that point in a terrific snow storm. Yerxa & Emerson Tuesday did the largest business of any body since the opening. They are enjoying double t...

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. — 13 October 1882

*K*S n* */H" W^-*&&. TBE miB«ED WEEKLY. THB WEEKLY TMBUNK appears to-day considerably enlarged and greatly im­ proved in form, being neatly cut and pasted. It now oontains forty-eight col umns of matter, thirty-eight fo them being purely reading matter. It contains all the important news of the week —local, river and telegraphic—and is a first rate paper to send east to parties wishing information concerning Dakota and the slope. The WXSKLX TBIBUNB makes friends readily with all new comers, and so it happens that it goes into the family of nearly every farmer of Burleigh county. It also goes to all thenorthwest military posts, and to many subscribers in "the states." Theattention of advertisers is respectfully called to these facts. Copies of the paper may be procured at the TBIBUNE counting room. WEW8 COMMENT*. NOBTH Pacific stock, 48^ preferred, 93J£. PUBLIC PBINTUB ROUNDS is one of the moat popular officials in Washington. THB Jamestown Capital boldly advances the theory ...

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. — 13 October 1882

\i THB BHIABfiED WEEKLY. TBS WEBKXIY TBEBCHB appears to-day considerably enlarged, and greatly im­ proved in form, being neatly cat and pasted. It now oontains fortyeight col nmns of matter, thirty-eight to them being purely reading matter. It oontains all the important news of the week —local, river and telegraphio—and is a first rate paper to send east to parties wishing information concerning Dakota and the slope. The WBEELX TBIBUNB makes friends readily with all new comers, and so it happens that it goes into the family of nearly every farmer of Burleigh county. It also goes to all thenorthwest military posts, and to many subscribers in "the states." Theattention of advertisers is respectfully called to these facts. Copies of the paper may be procured at the TBIBUNS: counting room. KBWB VOMHEWm NOBTB Pacific stock, 48preferred, 93% PUBLIC PBINTEB ROUNDS is one of the most popular officials in Washington. THB Jamestown Capital boldly advances the theory that honesty is creditable...

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. — 13 October 1882

gjij ^.r: MIPMK Slfet mm f?ADTAlTAfiE OF PABTY OBttAS ^AMO*. The democrats of Moiton county have come to the front boldly, serenely refus cbg to allow a..y of doubtful political character to take pait in their convention. They have nominated a really excellent ticket consisting of Geo. Harmon, for sheriff, Joseph Hager for treasurer, John Forab, for register of deeds, James Camp­ bell. forjudge of probate, John Hannan. for coroner, H. H. Harmon for county surveyor,,Oscar Gunkel, fbisiiperintena. ent ol schools. H. G. Newport, Jos. Ard son and J. C. Ayersfor county commis­ sioners Chas. Roby, M. C. Cattle, Barney Byrnes and James Brown tor justices of the peace Pat Fadden, Wm. Campbell, Robert Welsh and John Leach for con­ stables.' While they are united and present a solid front, the republicans are, judging from the present indications, somewhat demoralized and are likely to have one or more candidates tor the leading, posi­ tions H. H. Gove is a candidate foi the republican nomina...

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. — 13 October 1882

OODV OWN COUIITRYy-^ A PenB*ylTBUn Tells Wh»t He KMWI About the Miaaoiirt Mlope. The BA.NN.BR CITY has been fortunate to secure a copy of the fbllqwiog corres­ pondence, which requires no introduc­ tion-' Mr. Munson informed us of his in­ tentions about a colony, and gave -the BANNER a copy of his letter before mail­ ing, hence our good luck in being able to" produce this evidence for the benefit of those seeking homes in the west, espec­ ially in the Missouri valley: KITTANNING, Pa., uly 27,1882. FRIEND MUNSON I have waited in vain for news from you about the Dakota country, where you have settled. It was only yesterday that your brother. Bob told me you had located near Bismarck, in Burleigh county, D. T. He says you have found a perfect paradise for tanners. Myself and others, including your old friend Harry Mathews, are tully deter­ mined to join you this fall. Crop# here are poor, wages hardly enough for a la­ borer to live on strikes everywhere. No man can buy land here unless...

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. — 13 October 1882

BY LOUN8BKRRV JIWIIL THE DAILY TBIBUNK. A.^GARAL.GTTFT.IL pimmhedu at lest f5e« fe5 syy &- twenty-five cents per week. *1 per month. 8DB8CKIPTION BATRS. "ne month .postage pald-^ ».w ituree months .postage paid...... •...• 0i* io!oo One year. THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. liluht pages, containing a summary of the news ot We week, both foreign and. local. pub S ereil Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for 92.00. THE DIVISION 6F DAKOTA. Hon. J. C. Burrows, chairman of the house committee on territories, has writ­ ten Judge Moody that it is useless to urge the bill admitting Dakota, for there is no reason to hope for its passage. He adds, however, "the' division bill can and wi'l be passed early in the session/' It seemed wonderful that Mr. Burrows did dot reach this It was sisted conclusion last winter. apparent to every other member of the committee, and a majority urged him to drop his admission scheme, and join them in urging division, but he in­ that the admission bill could 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. — 13 October 1882

.v »r ""-iW-cWW ^J-' 1 I THE OHIO ELECTION. THE DEMOCRATS VICTORIOUS BY 35,000 MAJORITY Political Matters in New York and Minnesota—Tennessee Railway Accident—Treasury Em­ ployes "Approached." Tuesday's Fight in Ohio. COLUMBUS, O., Get. 10.—Returns from the state election, held to-day, are coming in rapidly this evening. The gains and losses reported are based upon the vote for governor in 1881, when the republican majority was 24, 300. There are 1,967 precincts in the state. The returns from 1,626 precincts show a net democratic gain of 2,920. COLUMBUS, Oct. 10.—Returns from 260 precincts and wards show a democratic gain of 4,250. The Third and Fourth districts have been hotly contested. There is not much doubt about their being carried by the demo­ crats by majorities ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 each. COLUMBUS, Oct. JO.—Three hundred and sixty-two precincts and wards show a net democratic gain of 1,256. If this rate of gain is maintained throughout the the demo­ cratic majority wi...

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. — 13 October 1882

f: ft 't*? **jv tS&*? v' IT IS a nice row some of the intelli­ gent citizens of Mandan have gotten themselves into. Having become tired of fighting Bismarck, without getting a re turn fire, they have succeeded in working up a lively home controversy. It appears to be the old timers at the east end of town, against the capitalists and their friends,'who have done ,so much toward building up the west end—toward boom­ ing Mandan and making it famous— toward concentrating interests at Man dan, that have made it prospeious. Toes day evening, some of the citizens at the east end held a meeting at Dr. Cbe's office and twenty two united in a paper, with­ drawing subscriptions and advertising from the Pioneer, which has been able to make better arrangements for occupy 1 us a building in the west, than it can in the east end of town. The paper includes the names of nearly every business man from the east end of town, up to the court house. The TRIBUNE, as a looker on, rises to remark that...

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. — 13 October 1882

BALL NOMINATES l&r'? YESTERDAY AT JAMESTOWN FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Frank James Jailed—The Georgia Election—Hazelton Solid in the Third Wisconsin District and Other Telegrams. Judicial District Convention. JAMESTOWN, D.T., Oct. 6.—[Special.]—Tha Republican Judicial District Convention met at Klaus' hall at 2 p. in. The meeting was called to order by Maj. A. W. Edwards, of the Fargo Argus. J. O. Pyatt, of Bichland county, was elected temporary chairman and Mr. Riohardson, of the Valley City Times, secretary. Messrs. Miller, of Cass county, Lawrence, of Pembina, Hamilton, of Grand Forks, Nickeus of Stutsman, Andreas, of Richland, and Lonnaberry, of Burleigh, were appointed a committee on credentials and reported no contests. Judson LaMour, of Pembina, was elected permanent chairman, and F. H. Ertel, of Morton comity, tempo­ rary secretary. On motion of Jndge Woodruff, of Grand Forks, W. F. Ball was nominated for diatriot attorney by acclamation. T. W. Gaffney, Pembina, I. W. Chatla...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 13 October 1882

$$2*p &&$&>•'•- U'Xr t/ S %f§?. tifyi jJiswawk tribune. TIME CARD. Arrival and departure of trains over the North Pacific. ™AI8 ABKIVB. vA a/nftgiieiii26t) irora the east I:99 tkaxns p# 111 Wo IftassenKer' from the west. .8:15a.m No* 17 (Accommodation) from the east 8:00 a. no. IAVCU LEAVE No. 3, going west.... PaSenger trains dally except Sunday. Freight trains liable to be cancelled a^,a^^^NB8f Genl Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Paul •BMAXHATTPT. General Mar.aeer. St. PauL THE BANNER CITY Valley City is putting in a telephone ex change. All the streets in Bismarck will be graded next spring. Marshall, the boot and shoe man, is doing a good business. An invoice of the hardware stock of D. I. Bailey is being taken. Carpenters are now busy on the new side­ walks extending up Third street. Deitrich Bros', new meat market will open in a few days at Bragg's old stand. The editor of the Mandan Pioneer has been invited by the citizens to leave town. A Bismarck saloon keep...

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. — 20 October 1882

.yi MEWS VOHHENTS. NOBTH Pacific stock, 44% preferred, 92)^. REV. GEO. C. Mrut has scored a suocesa in his debut as Hamlet, in Chicago. A. New York dramatio critic says his reading is bet­ ter than Edwin Booth's. JAMESTOWN Capital: The Jamestown demo­ crat maintains in a highly creditable man­ ner, the tradition of his party in respeot to voting early, often and npon all occasions. Sioux FALLS is somewhat excited over a large poker game between a distinguished North Dakota newspaper man and a distin­ guished member of congress, in which the distinguished newspaper man took the pot. BOZEMANAvant-Conrier: Anew paper is to be started in Missoala by a publisher from Denver. Thus it is that as soon as an old es­ tablished paper gets beyond starvation, some prodigal comes along and demands a division of its living. A KENTUCKY regard "college" for young ladies sends out the following in its prospeotus: The president is southern by birth, by rear­ ing, by education and by sentiment the teac...

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. — 20 October 1882

r^~ THE TRIBUNE has received a COPY*-* Ridley's New York Fashion Magizine. It wouldn't do for a man to show it to his wife, however, as it contains all the latest fashions. E? 4 &: J" Jiitks A, EMMONS is alderman in the Second 1 ward and now the Herald Triiose editor's pame is Jamps A. Emmons, corn- plains of the public services of this Sec­ ond ward alderman, and says that he is not earning his money in that capabity. MAJOK A. W. EDWARDS,! of the Fargo Argta. was nominated for th© legislature ijy the republicans of CasS county, toge ther with S. G. Roberto and J. C. Pyatt,tf Ricbland county. The major will make an effective and very valuable member, and will elected by arousing majority. •5,^'I)AIR SCOTT, formerly oi tlife TRIBUNE, '"wild can adapt himself to most anything, from a stakeholder in a dog fight to fight­ ing editor on a metropolitan daily, is an­ nounced as democratic candidate^ for member of the legislature in the Black Hills district. The Yankton Press and Dako't...

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. — 20 October 1882

,,"'V* -%, -i 5 CAUSEY'S LANDINS. rJTJP NEW MECCA FOR SETTLERS IN MERCER COUNTY. What an Old Settler Thinks About County Organization—He Believes It Will Injure Immi­ gration. A BeautiAil Talley. CAUSEY'S LANDING, Mercer County, D. T.,Oct. 10.—EDITOR TRIBUNE I sup­ pose a short letter occasionally from this section will be acceptable to the readers of your valuable and widely circulated paper, at least to that portion of your readers who are seeking a place to make their home. To all such, provided they are of the light sort, I would say, there is no place that offers so many induce­ ments as does the Knife river valley and the country immediately adjacent thereto. As proof of this I will enumerate a few of the many advantages found here, above any other section ot Dakota. For farm­ ing, the land cannot be surpassed. The soil of the valley being a rich black loam, ot not less than five feet, resting upon a clay subsoil, and having just enough of sand mixture to prevent it from packi...

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. — 20 October 1882

Sl$J^i J^fs' 1 ffliegteffltttthgntmne BV LOUM8BERRY J1W1LL. THEDAIMTMBUSK "•"•"tea «Jg»gffieSWrWfeS ?S!?fte% KtWy-me»eat. p«r ««*. """""ITCWMOH K™. 'hie month .postage paid- ®. J*®® .iiree months .postage paid alx 10.00 One year. weeKLY TRIBUNE. tight pages, containing a summary of the news ol the week, both" foreign and local, pub­ lishedere™Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.00. TO ADVERTISERS. The DAILY TRIBUKEcirculates In every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached hv a. dnilv mail and Is by far the best advertls- ine medium in hispart of the Northwest. 'FH^ WEBKLV TKIBUNE has a large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout the coun­ try and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the farmers and residen of the small towns remote from railroad lines. THE crop of politicians in Bismarck is very light this year KURAIJ readers should peruse carefully the announcement elsewhere of the com jug primary meetings to elect delegates to the coming c...

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. — 20 October 1882

1 1 lit «. Jfc THE JEANNETTE INQU1ST. THE FACTS DEVELOPED BEFORE THE BOARD. Danenhower Before tHe Investigators —Bnrial of Col. Slayback—Sensa tioiial Developments in Star Route Matters. Danenhower Tells What He Knows. WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.—Theexamination of Lieut. Danenhower was resumed before the Jeannette board of inquiry this morning. An interesting feature of the proceedings was the introduction of the evidenoe of the log books of the Jeannette and the original muster rolls and charts, with the time cases in which they were carried by Capt.DeLong's party through their desperate wanderings in Siberia. The papers all bore marks of the severe usage to which they had been sub­ jected, and several were almost illegible. The original plans of the Jeannette, before the. ^Iterations were made upon her, and the plans showing repairs and alterations made at the Maryland navy yard, were put in evi­ dence and were identified by Danenhower, Danenhower was asked to give the names, the rank an...

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. — 20 October 1882

if I I At ^fp- ^mmt &n 'jjj^ TRIBUNE TELEGRAMS I N I N N E W S O E t~ WORLD TO THE SLOPE. Slayback's Pistol--CQwboy8 at Devil's Lake—Pugnacious Puddlers—In- gersoll and the Late Star Route Jury—Etc. Another Plurry In St. Lonis. Sr. Looxs, Oot. 16.—Quite a sensation was nraBti»H this afternoon by a report which was in circulation on the street,. that Moms Minimal, a pawnbroker at No. 6 Fourth street, had deelared that the pistol that John M. McGuffin had testified to having taken away from Col. Slaybaok in the shooting affair at the Fost-Dispatoh office last Friday evening, really belonged to Slaybaok, and that he (Michael) had sold it to him. Dr. Frank, the coroner, late tins evening recalled the jury which sat on the inquest, and som* moned Michael before it, who swore that he irinnHflari the weapon as one sold to Gol. Slaybaok abont four months ago. This es­ tablishes the ownership of the pistol, about whi sh there has been so much doubt, and over­ throws that part of Clapton'...

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