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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 17 May 1876

Bismarck. T« May 17( 3$76" ltown LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE WEATBEB. Mean 53.7*6. Wind, Inches. WfKSQ YSOPSIS OF TBS WEiTHER FOR THB WEBK MAT 15, 1*~6. Barometer. 29.71 0* Mean Temperature, Mean Humidity, 50.08. Meani Telocityof Vi mph. Total Rainfall or Melted SoQtt, 2.8 Average direction of Wln^a^^ Qbierv'er Sergt. Signal ServSee, U. S. A* For Sale* 200 bushels of potatoes by R. R. Marsh, Capitol Hotel. *'"v Potatoes* 300 bushels of Early .Rose and Ber thold Potatoes for sale. Inquire at the TRIBUNE office. ^Iilliiiery Goods. Just received. A complete assortment of the litest styles of spring bats and trimmings. Abo a fine assortment of ribbons, flowers* &c.f at Mrs. L. D, Oade cor. 4th and Meigs Streets. tf Pork and beans at the Hole in the Wall to-night. A brother of T. P. Davis arrived from Ontarib Monday evening. Stimpson has put in a fine lot of Cal ifornia and tropical fruits. For pine apples and other tropical fruits go to Stimpson's. Asa Fisher has closed his Billiard Hall and...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 May 1876

VOL. 3. SJjefiamarckMmiw. A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER. PUBLI8HED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. L0UN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTION raici: One Year ... $2 00 Six Months 1 00 [Every person sending One Dollar or more on sub­ scription frill be entitled, in addition to the Paper, to & .New and Correct .Pocket Man. of Dakota and the Black Hills, Showing the facts gleaned by all civil and military surveys and recent explorations. Copies of the map sent to any address on receipt of fifty cents.] Address how, C. A. Loirasberry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. Tapfield, Mass., has a goose 101 years old. they call the fast mail train "the widow," now. It's a rich man in China who spends more than 1500 a year. Offenbach receives $1000 per night fer his services in this country. Henry C. Bowen has now solemnly promised to tell what be knows about it. Mrs. Van Cott, the famous revivalist, is trying to convert Davenport, Iowa. 150,000 people at the Centenn...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 May 1876

Bismarck, D. T.j May 24, 1876. John Dillon in writing to the Press and Dakotian, giving an account of the murder of stage drivers concludes his letter as follows: "The Indians are raising h—11 all over, and if nothing is done by the government the hills are gone up, as parties cannot travel." The names of the men killed are as folllows: Win. Henry Gardner, Dubuque Iowa John Harrison, Albion, Wis. J. St. Olare, Texas Ed. Sadler, Penn. Dillon attributes the murder to Cheyenne Agency^Indians. The Helena Independent continues its warfare on the Northern Pacific in [such a manner that the conclusion is irresis table that the Independent has been subsidized by interests hostile to the best interests of Montana. To oppose the subsidy proposed to be given to the North Pacific, was justifiable, and per­ haps laudible, but why throw rocks after the proposed measure is defeated unless the Independent desires to head off and defeat entirely the construction of the North Pacific, Minneapolis has...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 May 1876

JEWELRY, WATCHES, 4rC. Spring Goods! Spring Goods! McLEAN & WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALEBS IN Groceries and Provisions, Flour, Feed, Oats, Pork, Bacon, Fish, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, GOLD PANSj, SLUICE FORKS, WASHOE PICKS A. WM. •i*- •(i.a *4'J- Spectacles Etc. Orders of any descrip­ tion will be Promptly filled. Satisfaction guaranteed. Main St., Brsmarck, D. T. v2n2tf MACNIDER, Salt, Lime and Cement. Canned and Dried Fruits, East and West India Goods, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Spring Styles of Hats and Caps. Our Clothing Room is Unsurpassed in the City. Elegant and Nobby Suits and LOW PRICES. CA.LL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. We also keep a full Stock of Miners' Supplies, AND HANDLES, GOLD SCALES Magnets at Chicago Prices, Freight added. Also Agents for the STUDEBAKER WAGON. A SPECIALTY, The Assortment of Cigars Being Full and Large. Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils,&c.,&c. ZB-AIIaETST Sc A-ZETIOItE DEALERS IN A...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 24 May 1876

Bismarck. D. T., May 24,1876, LOCAL AFFAIRS. For Sale. 200 bushels of potatoes by R. R. Marsb, Capitol Hotel. For Sale* Ten new milch cows and two yoke of oxen. Inquire at Dunn Store. St & Co's Drug WM AYLMBB. Removed. Henry Sagnier has removed his Res­ taurant two doors north of his former residence and is now prepared to serve up a good meal at all hours of the _cU y. His table will be well supplied the delicacies of the season. with all Plants* An extra lot of Cabbage Tomato and Lettuce plants for sale by J. W. Millet t» corner of Sd and Meig3 sts., Bismarck. D. T. Cabbage plants $1.10 per hun­ dred tomatos and leittuce $2.00 per hundred each. Orders from the mili­ tary posts will receive prompt atten­ tion. Free Lunch at all hours at the Geto Sample Rooms. Rev. Mr. Wainwright writes us that his visit to Bismarck is necessarily post­ poned until the third Sunday in June. Orth's Minneapolis Beer at the Gem Sample Rooms. The first ball had in the Black Hills was given at Cuscer...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 May 1876

THE BtsMABCK raiflrfTlt C. j&. licNBBE^Y.^^ljdfeiM#}. BVBSCBimoa pbicx: ODe Year .$2 00 Six Months 1 00 [Every person scription sending One Dollar or will be entitled, NOTES AND The Houle hls t^fore it a pro. all navy yard* excepting these at and Usre Island. more on sub­ in addition to the Tbfr grasshopper» hfcve invadid« a—Murray, Jackson, Cottonwood ties are especially-threatened. ,..,.... :ts Pap&r, to a New and Correct Pocket Map «f Mcqta?alti the Black Hills, showing the civil and military survegp. and recegt explpratioEs. Copies oft'tke m*o'*e«t&*ny *d4ra» fcipeipt *t fifty cents'.] A«a5w*- Speaker Kerr is convalescing. Duluth harbor is blocked with ice. The Delaware delegation will vote «oftcrT President Graptflndf4*necessary to uasspectacles. ro5tmasterJew'aU:dgHes Mrs. Elizabeth Cady'gtantoa recently^Iectu^ed hi St. Paul-, The Countess of Mtbneaburg. d|ed^ Hi rjnbdbn on the 17th. i* Congress will probably continae in session until Aug. 12th. ^v Joaquin Miller h...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 May 1876

StjcBj^ordiMmne. B^arct D. T., May 81,' 1876. A NUT FOR ST. PAUX I© CRACK* The St. Paul papers have been so in­ dustrious in circulating unfavorable rumors in relation to the Black Hills, and so chary in giving currency to favorable news, that they have succeeded in turning by other routes a large por­ tion of the trade which properly belongs to St. Paul and the NorthPacific. Other localities being sustained by their local press have pushed forward and comple­ ted their arrangements for freighting, and for passenger traffic,'and now when the hills aTe proven beyond a question to be rich in precious metals, our people ire illy prepared to compete with estab­ lished routes and organii fwpighters. What B^marck- needs is a bull-train to engage in freighting' in competition .with the Fort Pierre freighters. The distance to theDeadwood mines is a trifle greater from Bismarck thaiVifrom Fort Pierre, but the road is enough better to equaliza the cost of freighting, but we lack capital inves...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 May 1876

:i i, 1 BISMARCK,'" GOLD PANS, SLUICE FORKS, WASHOE PICKS jproTioivs, WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS —IN— Groceries and Provisions, Flour, Feed, Oats, Pork, Bacon, Fish, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, Salt, Lime and Cement. Canned and Dried Fruits, East and West India Goods, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, LADIES' and GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Spring Styles of Hats and Caps. Our Clothing Room is Unsurpassed in th.e City. Elegant and 1STobbv Suits and LOW PRICES. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. We also keep a full Stock of Miners' Supplies, AND HANDLES, GOLD SCALES it Magnets at Chicago Prices, Freight added. Also Agents for tlie STUDEBAKER WAGON. WM. A. HOLLEMBACK, Successor to Robert Wilson. DRUGGIST and STATIONER, BISMARCK, T. T. PERFUMERY, TOOTH, NAIL and HAIR BRUSHES Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, &c. CIGARS AND TOBACCO A SPECIALTY, Tlie Assortment of" Cigars Being Full axid. Large. Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, 8cc., Ac. MOORIEAD MILLS! MANUFACTUR...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 May 1876

Bismarck. Di T« May 31t l$76i LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE WEATHEB. ^, mctK wroixa TSOfSlS OF THB WEATHER FOR THE .. -?"T locbt'.. ri tfean Salter 4f.»l 66 79. Mjan Humidity. 51.93. Wind 7 raph. Total Rainfall or Melted 8AoW, 1. Observer Sergt. Elgfiftl Serried, U»^. A For Sale* ,. 200 bushel* «»f 'potatoes Marsh, Capaol Hotetr by. R* .1 Toj1 Sale. Ten new milch«owsand two yoke of rxen. rhqiiife at Dunn & Cp'% Drug tore, St WM AYLMBB, •. -i'i Bismarck Real JEstatcAgcncy. Improved town property'for sailor rent. Outside1 acre,property^forpial&in one and five acre lots—will betRDld'Vjrj cheap Taxes paid for nottrMSidffBW. _JOHN W. FISHHIR. Plants. ., ..: -J An extra lot of. C&bb&gi, Tdniitfr'aind Lettuce plants, for sale by.. J. iV^MlHett, corner of 3d and Meigs-Sts ,' Bismarck, D. 1\ Cabbage plattts $1:50 per hiin* dred toiftatos and lettuce $2.00 per hun dred each Qrders frota .tjtie .^military posts will receive prpjnpt attention. For Sale. Mrs. Margaret Lennan offers for sale...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 June 1876

Wh?- A xtr THE irsfflT^ranit wervws T" C.yA. UNSB^RBJ. Editor si^p One fcear Six Months r|k Jchn bahlemancHeta iri Mfl#auke,-^M«y 2C, ag4d 105 years. South Australia is having an epidepcic pf earth­ quakes. Washington's false teeth are on exhibition at the -Centennial. Mrs. BartOFris'-(NelIie Grant) bftby died |4 Lpn-^ don recently. Dallas, Texas, has increased from 1000 to 17,009 in tlx years. .. Seventeen men Oirere lynched ill Texas, last week for horse stealing." *. i* ,f Decoration Da^i^Iay30*a».uni»*reallr obsetyid throughout the States. Anna Dickinson has made a successful failure as an actress in Boston. Longfellow took recess of fifty yews between his first and last.visit to Philadelphia. Edward F. Beale D. C. has been nominated by the President as tidaitter to iEttHtta.1''• disastrous fire in Quebec, May 8d, decftoyo^ 2000 houses, with a loss of oaii million dollars. The impression Is gaining ground that Don Cam* eron woald make a Up-top Secretary of "War. Miss Julia Mathe...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 June 1876

Bismarck, D. T«j June 7, 1876. 1 T24E EFFECT OF THAT OKDEIi. We are now told that the order inter­ dicting travel to the new mines by way of Fort Pierre—as first telegraphed us, —was intended and is now declared to embrace all the Missouri River routes. If s-jich is the case,* the result will be to at once open what is, from all consider­ ations, the easiest, cheapest, quickest and safest route to the Black Hills—viz: by rail to Bismarck., and thence by steamer to the mouth of the Big Horn or the Yellowstone river. In this way the rich mines known to exist on the Rosebud and on Goose Creek, a tribu­ tary of the Tongue river, could be reached in ac overland travel of not over one hundred miles, and without crossing any Indian reservation. But when we reflect that the order was ob­ tained at the solicitation of Governor Thayer, of Wyoming, and is a direct discrimination against ail the frontier towns and railroads except the U. P. R. R., and the Wyoming villages, we think it impossibl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 June 1876

v' it kJ tc BISMARCK r-n j»- .!j.l-,-.l'ili6? ji-?^ WHOLESALE AMD Groceries and Provisions, Flour, Fe£d,.Qat8j Pork*-l5acon, Fish, 0OI3) PANS, s.. *i BRAND OP ftotm.W AKDWISRCRTJB -'V *:i&rW'. •{•/•••,- "'I —IN—- Salt, Lime and Geirient. Canned and Dried Fruits* HARDWARE, CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS, Spring Styles of Stats Oiir Clothing- Room is TJiisurpassed in the City. Elegant and Nobby Suits and LOW PRICES. CALL AND, SEE FOR YOURSELVES. .We also keep a full Stock of ,0 .aA SLUICE PORKS, WASHOE PICKS, A N A N E S Magnets at Chicago Prices, Freight added. Also, Agents for tlie STUDEB^KER WAGOK WM. A. HOLLEMBACK, Successor to Robert Wilson. DRUGGIST and STATIONER, BISMARCK. 1. T. PERFUMERY, TOOTH, NAIL and HAIR BRUSHES Pure Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, &c. CIGARS AND TOBACCO A SPECIALTY, The Assort«ient of Cigars. Being* Full and. Large. Olass, Putty, Paints, OUs, &c.^ Sec. ^-MANUPACTURERS OP THE ClUBRiATED "BEL.LK OF MOORBBWD E USE NONE...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 June 1876

I- I ShefiamarckMwme. Bismarck. D. T.. June 7,1876.. LOCAL. AFFAIRS. Best Lemonade Iii Town* if yoa don't belive it go and try one af the Gf0} xS»m^ierRoogw For Stile. 200 bushels of potatoes by- R. R. Mafslf, HoteK /For/Sale. Ten new milch and two yoke ofr oxen. Inquired Dunn & Co'$ Drug Store.. WMAY|MEB. Tloticjj. ... .. .. Dog .owners are Hereby reqyftr^d pay their doe licenses delay. Dogs npt 3uly licensed will Be dealt with according to law. the £. Vose, of Brainerd, and well known along the line, passed through town last week enroute to the BlackHills. Messrs McLean & Macnider vent a large stock of general merchandise to the Black Hills in care of Joseph Pennell. Spiced corn beef, baked beans aRd a variety of other palatable dishes, con­ stantly on the table at the Gem Sample Room. Some sneak thief broke into Mr Can­ non's house on his claim and went through things, but did not find much that they wanted. A large consignment of the famous Studebaker Wagons passed throu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 June 1876

ill y- VOL. 3. 4 ,iW P(Pi0matckfHtUmne. REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER, PUBLISHED A BE,RU®EVEBY WEDNESDAY BY THE BISfflJkttCK TBIBUXE CO., c. A. LOtrSSBERRY, Editor and Manager. ferBSCWPTiojr FBICC One Year Six Months.... 00 1 00 Every person lending One Dollar or more on sub­ scription will be entitled, in addition to the Paper, to a New and Correct Pocket Map of Dakota and the BlacTc Hills, showing the facta gleaned by all civil and military surveys and recent exploratiors. Copies of ihemap sent to any address on receipt of fifty cents.] Address C. A. Lannsberry, Bismarck, Dakota Territory. NOTES AND NEWS. Grasshoppers have made their appearance ia Spain. The second choice of the Conkling men is Elihu B. Washburne. La Crosse, Wis., is overran whh tramps who are •anoy and iaty. Winnipeg, Manitoba, boasts of a large and con­ stantly increasing trade. Newport will be the fashionable resort this year fcortg Bfanch being voted "low." The average Senator writes his name for some autograph fiend e...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 June 1876

v5- oh hundreds who have left the. hills and gone home disgusted who fully believe that no gold exists in the liills. tant points, but now they deserted quai woo-:,, nu 7 1: tili: ." UfVi: are BOTH DESERTED, or nearly so, and the inhabitants have CROOK CITY, where we are now located, is at the foot of the mining ground, and is destined to become the the supply town of the Hills, or1 at least this portion of them. It is 35 miles northwest of Rapid City nine miles southeast of Deadwood and about 60 miles north of Custer and 10 miles from Bear Butte. The town was laid out on the morning of the 19th by Burke and Sparks, and to-day, the 28th, there', are at least 75 houses in process of erection. Three large trains have started for the river for goods to put in here, and. within 80 days a town of no mean appearance will be where, 9 days ago, three or four tents and a few miner's log cabins stood. DEADWOOD CITY is at the junction of Deadwood and Whitewood creeks, and is a rattling mining ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 June 1876

Gen. Custer, with a battallion of cav alrv (and 12 scouts with Lieut. Varnum at their head) was the ordered the Little Missouri ttiver,thls miles from camp. ba£'j E. At to scout up in?f and accordingly Gen. Custer, with his outfit left camp at 5 a. m. returned a few minutes ago. He reports having ridden 45 miles to-day. crossing the Little Missouri 34 times, Rosebud Butte at a ^8tanc® °f The.T.aHlle7 river averages a mile width, level and plenty of grass. Saw no signs of Indi­ ans, other than those of camps, of a vear ago. Saw no garpe, and there is no subsistence for Indians. Gen. Custer states himself and party had a pleasant ride, moving along rapidly, aad halting only sufficient long to breath their horses. Each company carried their own rations and Waggoner, with five mules packed accompanied the recon noisance. *J)5 We will moreover the Little Missou­ ri to-morrow and camp near the stream on the opposite side. The camp to-day has been quiet. Firing for promiscu­ ous purposes i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 June 1876

Pe!i0tnarck®ritottte. ng. Bipjarck. Di Tu June 14) 1876i LOCAL AFFAIRS. THE WEATHER. BTSOPSiS Or THB WEATHER FOR "THE WEEK EHDISG JCSS 12, LS»O. Barometer. 29.599. Mean Temperature, Mean 60.286. Wind. Inches. Mean Humidity. 64 .24. Mean Velocity of 9 mph. Total Rainfall or Melted Snow, 0.81 Average direction of Wind^,?: Observer Sergt. Signal Service, U. S. A* Fred Strauss has moved into Ms new building opposite the TRIBUNE office. The Maloy brothers bave broken ground for their new hotel Fay, also, for his new building. L. X. Griffin, the enterprising pro prietor of the Merchants Hotel, has de­ termined to extend his building 30 feet. The extension will be ready for a ball the 4th.' Dr. P. S. Calkins, Dentist, is still in the city. As he will remain but few days longer, those whe want his line should call at once. The Dr. is a first class cperatOT, as many of our citizens know, and none need hesitate to employ him. J. W. Watson left, Monday, for the east to purchase aew goods for h...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 June 1876

A REPUBLICAN It Is said that ere: tfyroOgh the Mt. iothe dark. 'tfi NEW8PAPEB. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE BIS9KABCK TRIBUNE CO., C. A. LOTTN8BERRY, Editor and Manager. srogcairaioa raica: One Year $*2 00 81* Months ... ....100 (Every person ttndibg One Dollar or more on «ub scrlptlon wlU be entitled, in attrition to the Paper, to ft Mew afad Corrwt Pocket Map of tfakota anl the Black HUU, •hqwing,the fpata gteaaad b* nil riVtland mfllU'ry SOTVey* and recent exp)omiotB. Copies qf the map pept to an ad drew on receipt of fifty cente.1 Address •. -C. A. LlUfslsyry^' It costs •10,000 a d«jr to rail thfe Centennial show. -OlJr® Iog4n's Wirt fAkes goes to Cardiff, Wales, as,.Consul.-j Out o/'tbe 117, ladies in 'Michigan University., only fonr bare taken io law. The rest bare taken chiefly todress. ,lVtt (tertudeiforehoju* ofPortfand, Mich, is the fir* j*oaoan lawyar fas' thai State'who baa received a uommission as notary ^nbljc. lady riding in the can be kissed tnnnel, gets ready to...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 June 1876

.1 V- 1*- of 8 A. *., at which time the clouds lifted and the weather became more pleasant. The crossing of the Little Missouri River, 156 miles west of Port. Lincoln, on our ttailis an easy one, but beyond the hauling was heavy, and the trail passed over a very broken coun­ try up, up, and down, down, circui tously and %ig zaggy through all the day, and until we reached camp at 2 p. M., having marched thirteen miles, and go­ ing down Whistler's trail into a pretty valley, affording all the conveniences for a good camp. In the early part of to-day Charlie Reynolds, and your correspondent, took a quiet scout all by ourselves, some few miles from the left flankers we struggled up the precipitous sides of a very prom­ inent point, which, from its appearance, we nameji the BATTLEMENT BUTTE. Leading our animals along gently after having arrived at its top we looked around and viewed one of the hand­ somest panoramic views it has been my lot to witness. In all directions, as far as the vi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 June 1876

up his voice in condemnation of the out­ rages'perpetrated on long suffering but helpless peopte in Louisiana, who ior years had not known Justice. Mr. Wheeler is the one man above all others in the north that is entitled to the con fidence and respect of the Southern peo­ ple. Strong in the north because of well known ability and integrity, he is still stronger in the south, because they know he will not sacrifice the dearest rights of the people to perpetuate a fraud, and through fraud build up par tj or friends. Hon. Alexander Hughes, of Elk Point, and Hon. A. McHench, of Fargo, were Dakota's delegates to the Cincinnati Convention. Hon. Geo. H. Hand, of Yankton, and Geo. P. Flannery, Esq., of Bismarck, were the alternates. On the first ballot John A. S toy ell, of Bis­ marck, received 28£ votes, the second highest for delegates—the vote of Bur­ leigh, Clay and Union counties. Yank­ ton combinations were loo strong, how­ ever, and Mr. 8 toy ell's name was with­ drawn on the second...

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