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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 October 1882

SSWNiil S8S8S« V- & *"£)&£* ?rsrji Jgw?* «p- fl BLOOD III TIG SANCTUM. TREMENDOUS SHOOTING 8ENSA- TION IN ST. LOUIS. Col. Stayback, a Well-Known Politi­ cian, Shot Dead by the Editor of the Post-Dispatch—Other Telegrams. Slain oy an Editor. ST. LOOTS, Oct. 13.—The bnsinaaa part of the city was thrown into a stat of high ex­ citement about 5:30 o'clock this evening by the report, which flew' from street to street and block to block, with the rapidity of thought, that John A. Oockrell, managing editor of the Post-Dispatch, had shot and killed D. YV. Stayback, a prominent lawyer and well known politician of this city. Precisely how the shooting occurred can­ not be stated at this writing, as no one di­ rectly concerned will make a statement. But Wm. Moore, city editor of the paper, who was sitting at his desk writing, says that while Ool Oockrell and John McGaffin, business manager, and Victor T. Cole, the foreman, were holding, a business confer­ ence in the editorial room, Co...

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. — 20 October 1882

•^^#lO *&*> rM 41 TIME CARD. 5:^ Arrival and departure of trains over the North P*Cille- No. 3 No. 4 No. 17, MAIM ABMVM. •SIGS££3I£ TBAIKB LJUTI, No. 8. going west •\',*,'**9-»afcm Geul Pas»enger and TieketAgect, Strati! KKMAN HAOTI. PUL| General Mar.attr. St. raui. THE BANNER CITY The arteiiaa well has reached adepth of 490 feet. •, .« Thepassenger last bight passed over the new bridge. ... Wine will flow to-morrow like butter from a hot laddie. An eleetrio light oompany is being organ* iadiaHsmaiu. Thida will be no blockade of ears nereaiter inthe Bismarck yards. Work on that famous street eroseing was began yesterday. 'Tis well. The titittbaok party passed through the city east yesterday morning. P. H. Byrne, Mandan, wants a cook, and wants him bad—man or woman. The atone window sills and iron front of the ntifiptottal block hasarrived. Nothiiuiias yet been heard from Commo­ dore Peoples and his gallant Caviar Adams, of Spiritwood, advertises ttveraTthousand bushels of pot...

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. — 27 October 1882

S^. &rL & VOHHENT8. into the stock, 46^ preferred, 93%. tied up his eagle and gone te business. $£pn MopaafcLD is Boss in Chicago, Kelly •in New York and the Devil in Hell. O-hi-o. —Black Hills Pioneer. THE Sioux City artesian well is pumping 249 gallons a minute—four times as much as is necessary to supply the city. TOM JONES, a popular and very promising young journalist of Fargo and Moorhead, is dead. His remains were sent east to his mother. THE autocratic tone of the Deadwood Times man in the discussion of theatrical matters leads to the suspicion that he may have busted up in the business sometime or another himself. IT will be remembered that Senator Vest,of Missouri, opposed the admission of southern Dakota last winter, for the reason, as he al­ leged, that Yankton county had repudiated her honest debt. Now it happens that the ounty of Lincoln, in the state which is re­ presented by the high moral senator, has re­ pudiated a railroad debt, under aggravating circumsta...

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. — 27 October 1882

fe is* l?e^ I I Ifte ftetiwttfcSritottt*' SSwv THE BISMARCK. BBIDtrE Saturday transpired an important event in the history of Bismarck and the North Pacific railroad. The great task of bridg­ ing the Missouri liver at this point, in­ volving the expenditure of about $1,000, 000, had been finished, ana the rail­ road company and the citizens of s marck, joined in celebrating the event in a manner befitting the importance of the occasion. The building of this bridge not only involved an enoimous outlay ot money, but it required tne most precise and difficult engineering. The Missouri is a treacherous as well as selfish stream, and it is a significant fact that in its ®hole course there cannot be found a place where the bluffs come to the regu­ lar channel of the liver directly opposite each other. Not that the Missouri needs so much room in ordinary stages of water, but the stream has an uncomforta ble way of occasionally swelling to mons trous proportions, as if to rival the rivers N...

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. — 27 October 1882

t- •, ""V 1 THE ELECTRIG SPAN. UNITING THE BANNER CITY WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD. The Scoville Divorce Trial—The Wau­ paca Murder—Embezzlement at Yaliey City—And Other Tel­ egraphic Advices. The Great Crank Exhibition. CHICAGO, Oct. 20.—In the Scovil'.e insanity case to-day the court room was crowded with cranks and sight-seers. Mr. Scoville testified to traces of insanity in the, Guiteau family from the grandfather down. Mrs. Scoville first showed signs of insanity when their son became sick. She fell in love with the phy­ sician, and confessed it but subsequently de­ nied it. After the confession was made she became violently nervous, and attempted to leave home. She confided all her griefs to the servants,and lost affection for her family. He relates in detail his recent well known trouble with her. She formed a friendship with Geo. W.Earlie,an alleged newspaper man, that she loved Earlie. Mrs. Scoville was very intimate with Geo. Francis Train in New York. She was very sly now, tho...

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. — 27 October 1882

&**— ^'Vvsr" 4 irM ft 1 One month .postage paid... V&r j, fnlZ «ln iiatnarch tribune. •V LOUW8BKWRY A JTWM.1. THE DAILT{ TBIBUNK KrtftfiiSat'twenty-five cents per wee*, rwrermont^^^^^ MONTANA MINI WO INTERESTS. In the summer of 1874 Helena other settled portions ot Montana sent little bands of miners into the spurs of the main belt of the Rocky mountains, known as the Judith, and Moccasin and Snowey ranges. Each expedition was either driven back by hostiles in the val­ leys before reaching workable ground, or. as their provisions were packed in on ponies and the bands could not, from fear of Indians, separate to hunt, but little was done. Yet each returning party brought many fine specimens of fiee milling sil­ ver ore. Even|fine specimens of ruby ore •were deposited in the banks at Helena as specimens. As no rail communications were had with the states, and no possible means of procuring machinery till such rail transportation would reach Montana, this vast pile of ore then...

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. — 27 October 1882

.. A RAPE AMD A ROPE. GRAND FORKS EXCITED OVER A RAPE CASE. Prize Fight in Colorado—Woman Witli a Snake.in Her Stomach Cyclone in the Phillipine Islands, Etc., Etc.- Exeitlns Time at (irantl Forks. GBAND FOEKB, Oct. 24.—The latest develop­ ments in the rape case bring out very little. A crowd assembled at the city jail and de­ manded Charles Thnrbin, the prisoner. The offloera refused and the crowd took a plank for a battering ram and broke open the doors. The officers, headed by Mayor Mc Cormick, made a resistance, bat the mayor told the police not to do any shooting- A very exciting time ensued. The officers were partly overpowered, bnt Chief Hennesy succeeded in closing the door of the corridor leading to the cell containing the prisoner, with the mayor and Dr. Collins and himself inside. Speeches were made by various parties and a more temperate view of tbe case wrs taken. Lynching is no longer anticipated. GBAND IOKKFI, Oct. 24.—CharlesThurbin wh^ outraged Mrs. Burbank and a No...

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. — 27 October 1882

rJ$§& Jm DAKOTA HESSEBY, An Important Addition to the Inter? ••sh#& ests ol Steele. jjg&T Stbklb Fabm, W, I'* '& e? the kind and extent of the buildings nec. essary to accommodate and securely house against the frosts of a Dakota win­ ter, this fine flock of poultry. The houses are now under construction and consist first of a h( use 200 feet long, by 16 feet wide, 8 feet front, 4 feet in rear, and made sufficiently warm by all the best material known to the builders' trade in this west­ ern country. Next comes a hatching house 16x32 feet, also to be built in the best possible manner for warmth and ventilation. Then a chicken house to be 20 feet wide, and 100 feet long, and^ to be heated by a system of hot water circula­ tion, the heater and pipes tor which, are on the ground ready to be put in when the building has been completed. We shall try and keep the readers of the TRIBUNE posted on the progress of this enterprise. GALENACIOUS. The ttnnd Continental Railway. A...

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. — 27 October 1882

ig^fl 1 HISTOR OF THE GREAT WORK iVW FINISHED. The Dakota and Missouri1 Divisions of the Northern Pacific Railroad Connected by this Magnifi­ cent Structure. An Important Event. Although the original scheme of the North­ ern Pacific railroad contemplated abridge across the Missouri river at or near Bismarck, no definite action with reference to the con­ struction of this bridge was taken until the winter of 1880, when Mr. George S. Morison was requested to examine the river at this point in conjunction with Gen. A. Anderson, engineer in chief, and to prepare a report on the best method of crossing the river. The first careful examination was begun in April, 1880. The fact that the railroad was already built from the east into the city cf Bismarck and westward from Mandan made it important that the crossing of the river should be as nearly as practicable on a direct line between those two points but the examination was extended down the river to Fort Abraham Lincoln, and about an equ...

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. — 27 October 1882

I Sr ^'-r- mm Arrival and departure of trains over the North PacUic* trains ABRIVB. isrn rnassenueti from the east... J^op.m 1 iS^iPueef from the west. 8 :lo a. No. l7 (Accommcdation) from the east 8:0u a. TRAINS LEAVE. No. 3, going west £3° P™ No 18 Sccomiiiodatfen), going east.....9:45 p. p'asseneer trains dally except Simday. Freight u-flSile to becancelled ^alUime^^ 6en'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. 1'aul. EKMAN HAUIT. General Manager. St. Paul. THE BANNER CITY The Baptist church is beginning to show itself. The big slough is literally covered with geese. Bismarck's four public schools are well at tended. Williams' brewery is now looming up in fine shape. Wonder what that tent is on Main street, near the Arcade? If you want some valuable mining stock call on McKenzie & Willcox. Crossings will be put in on all the streets just &S £xn 88 th© material ftrwv©s» A photograph by Haynes of the interior of the banquet hall was taken Saturday. The North Pacific pay car liquid...

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. — 3 November 1882

fti S3 Ni#*J*» •"+«. yJer •*n#"J* rSjMifn^ nrJ|.L E'1 ,. VOL. X. SKW'» COMMENT*. NOETH Pacific stock, 45% preferred, 94)^. THE TMBTSNE knows it is right, and it is going ahead. THE TRIBUNE believes in happy homes, good society, and business prosperity. THE overthrow of the ring will bring the grandest boom that Bismarck ever had. THE welfare of Burleigh county demands that Mr. Griffin shall never become treas­ urer, and that Richards shall be defeated for register of deeds. The gang must go. COMMODOEE S. B. C00LS0N has been nomi­ nated for the territorial council at Yankton by a citizens' meeting. The commodore is a democrat, but stated that he would vote for Bi&ymond. POLITICS does indeed make strange bedfel­ lows. It is safe ioSst that every vicious, di­ lapidated old bum in the city hates the TBI BUNE. Yet there area few reputable citizens and property-holders who will vote with them next Tuesday. OP Capt. Raymond's speech in Huron a few nights ago the daily Leader say3: "Cap...

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. — 3 November 1882

•V S8* HH gfifr & H)efi0WflrcH8ribuite. THE POIJITICALI SUTUATIOX, Ip- Since the organization of Burleigh county its politics have been conducted •&, on mob p.inciples. The nominations $? of either paity have been made in the same interest, and usually by the same 1 men, some of whom acted in boib con. ventions, clinching the matter by par­ ticipation, in, a people's convention be sides. They have controlled and often debauched the-republican organization, making it a mere tender to their personal interests. -Good mien have sometimes beeti giveupMces, itiJ'true, and correct things haVfe frequently been done, but thev jaeyer loosenedth.eir-gi ip and have carried then: measures or elected their men by any mfeans necessary to' gain sue* cess. In th® first: ward caucuses* two years ago a crowd of negro roustabouts frm the river, brought up at the expense of. a democratic caudidate, was used :to dls franchise thje republican voters-. In the second and third waids the saloon loafe...

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. — 3 November 1882

si THE BOBRBOH BLOWOUT. SPEECH OF JUDGE BROOKINGS AT THE COURT-HOUSE He Thinks Raymond was Crookedly Nominated, Is Not a Good Talker, Is a Carpetbagger, and Should Not be Elected. •fudge Brookingi in Bismarck. When the TBIBUNE reporter arrived at the court house Monday evening the Hon. Denny Hannifin was engaged in starting the bonfire, and Jimmy Emmons, the dandy journalist of the slope, was skirmishing in a neighbor­ ing wood yard for fuel—a work in which the reporter, smothering his political prejudices, joined, Denny's zeal in the cause of the de­ mocracy leads him to take a wide range of political operation. To-day he may be giving "points" to the nominee of his party for the presideiRy, or representing in some conven­ tion the entire North Dakota democracy to­ morrow night you find him attending to the vnlgar preliminaries of a democratic blow­ out. Verily, Denny's reward should be great. About one hundred persons gathered in the court room to listen to the speech, and at 8 o'...

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. — 3 November 1882

WSWMs W^i 5?™ M« W#A, ^llr fflhc afowartlt Srtbttnc BY LOUNSBKRRY JlWKLt. THE DAILTI TRIBUNH. parts of the civ at twenty-five cents per week, per ^G^jjacnipnoNBATM. Qne month .postage paid-• ihree months .postage paid jj-jg six moo 0116 YEAR, THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ettne week, both foreign and local, pub Ushed ereiy Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for 92.00. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TRIBUNE circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached bvadailymaU.and is by far the best advertis imr medium in this part of the Northwest. THA WIKKLT TKIBUNE BIS ft Isirj?© WD RFTP* idly increasing circulation throughout the coun try, and is a desirable sheet through which tx) reach the farmers and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Delegate to Congress JOHN B. RAYMOND, of Fargo. Tor Member of Territorial Council JOHNSON C. NICKEUS, of Jamestown. For Representatives In Legislative A...

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. — 3 November 1882

1 1 THE NEWS LAYOUT FURNISHED THE TRIBUNE BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Horrible Murder in New York— 81,000 Wrestling Match—"What Uncle Sam Pays'For Star Route Nonsense. A 91 other's Terrible Crime. NEW YORK, Oct. 31.—Mrs. Samuel Segui#, aged 36, wife of Dr. Edward C. Seguin, the noted specialist ou diseases of tke brain, killed her three young chil­ dren this afternoon and then killed her­ self, at 46 West 20th street. There is no other cause known for the horrible tragedy than the insanity of the mother. The children were Edward, aged 6 years,John, aged 5, and Jeannette, aged 4 years. They were all shot through the head and in­ stantly killed. The mother's death was as sudden as theirs. The frightful feature of the tragedy is the manner of the mur­ der. Mrs. Sega in tooK the children to an empty spare room at the top ot a five story house, in the absence of her husband, and when the servants were engaged in the basement, and locked herself in with them. The servants believed ihey had gone ...

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. — 3 November 1882

"S4\" I A THEATRE PIM. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF ABBY'S THEATRE, NEW YORK. Mrs. Laufftry's Wardrobe Arooiisr the property Destroyed-Too Much Justice at Grand Forks— Other Important News. Abby'H Theatre Burned. NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-Abby'S Park theatre is on tire. Mrs. Landry was to have opened there to-night. NEW YORK, Oct. 30— Abby's theatre took fire this afternoon and was totally destroyed. The fire started in the pro scenium in the rear of the second tier of boxes OR the right ot the stage. It is be lieved to have been caused by a gas ex­ plosion. The flames spread with great rapidity and caught the^ drop curtain, driving from the building the hands who were setting the stage. They had previously made a vain effort to put out the fire with extinguishers, but it is said they would not work. Henry Clarke, a stage hand, was burned in the ende&Vi to lower the drop curtain, He iumped from a window into Broadway, a height of twenty feet, and had a leg broken. William Doran, aged 27 years,...

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. — 3 November 1882

.(H f- THE WllES. gRfZES AWARDED AT LEAVEN WORTH FOR BOSS SHOOTING. Bob Ford in Luck—A Steamer Goes Ashore Near New York City-. Various Crimes, Calamities, Etc., Etc. Big Shoot at Leavenworth.-* LEAVENWORTH, Kan.,. 6ct. 27.--AT close of the three days army contest on the range at Fort Leavenworth to-day the successful marksmen stood in the follow­ lha BairettjOf the Atlautio "division Dua Clark, ol the Pacific James, Missouri Daly, Atlantic Harrington, Pacific Hoi iier, Atlantic Stanton, Missouri Memraoii, ol' the Missouri Bentiey, Missouri Wergerofl", Missouri O'Keele, Pacific. After the close ol the contest the four troops of cavalry, one battery of artillery and five companies of in fan try, comprising the garrison of the fort, were drawn up on llie parade ground in lull dress. 'The marksmen were then drawn up in the centre of the battalion, and Lieut. Hodman, regimental adjutant of the Twentieth infantry, read the order awarding prizes. Generals Sherman and 'Sheridan were also i...

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. — 3 November 1882

muMm Mr p& ft mm ir 8j)e$i0marckfrttrottt. TIME CARD. Arrival and Pacific. departure ol trains over the North tuain8 ABBIVB. No. 3 (passengei). irom the east.. No.8, going west.......... No. 4, going east. No.»(freight), going east A Presbyterian church is to be built at Steele. Over 600 voters registered in.Mandan Tues terday. The Big Horn arrived from E. T. Winston came down from Fort Stevenson Wednesday,accompanied by Lieut. VanOrsdale. John Satterland, of Washburn, has finished his threshing, his wheat yielded about thirty bushels to the acre. Mandan refugees have no vote in Burleigh county. The polls of Burleigh county cannot be "worked" this year. E. A. Williams went down to Jamestown Wednesday to see if the pot is kept boiling st that end of the district. John Waidonis confident! he will be the. next treasurer of-xturleigh county,and doesn want any. friend to forget it. Ed. Hackett has returned iromt St. Paul. TTn want down to purchase a portable engine for the iMouse riv...

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. — 10 November 1882

VOL. X. ft ft Pill NBWM VOHMKHm. NOBTH Pacific stock, 43% preferred, 95%. WHAT will the Minnesota papers do to fill np with now? THE Jamestown Capital complains that the Fargo liars are inartistic. FBOM cvury quarter come commendatory comments on the TRIBUNE'S coarse in fight­ ing the local ring. THE lemolican party can be relied on to close np their ranks when it comes to a pres­ idential election. JUDGE BBOOKINGS predicts that the repub­ lican presidential ticket for 1884 will be Blaine and Logan. THE Valley City Times has a libel suit on hand, Herbert Root suing for $117,000 dam. ages. The Tim most possess considerable influence. lwo barbers are going to have a shaving match for $100 a side, in Huron, and the Times intimates ihat the land agents will furnish cheek for the trial. THE Pioneer Press tys the election of Gen. Butler is a huge practical joke which the people of the United States will enjoy better than Massachusetts will. Gov. OBDWAY has granted days' respite to James G...

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. — 10 November 1882

If m- 1 KB IM THE DAIL'S TBIBUNH, I^BBflSMgigSg parts of tfie city at twenty-five cents per wee#.. r?lpermontU.gcKipTxoNBATEg .» 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 Que month .postage paid.• «bree months .postage paid s&x ODE YEAR' THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ™hedm KrlW, sent, poflage paid, to any address lor $2.00. TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY TBIBUNK circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached mail and is by far the best advertis­ ing medium fn^ part of the Northwest. FTEE®SU TRIBUNE 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 .s of the small towns remote from railroad lines. A mm THE TRIBUTE'S J3XTIRE TICKET ELECTED. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congress JOHN B. RAYMOND, of Fargo. For Member of Territorial Council JOHNSON C. NICKEUS. of Jamestown. For Representatives in Legislative Assembly E. A. WILLIAMS, of Bismarck. B. W. BENSON, of Vailey City. For District Attorn...

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