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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 June 1885

8&KSS 7& 4( i- /Srf- I HOME NEWS. Another liittle Sensation. A sensation will bob up "just about so often," and you can not keep it down. It bobs tip so often that it keepsyou hatching for its reappearance. The latest is fur­ nished by a poorly mated pair from New Jersey—a man named Moore, about 10 years of age, and Katie Bird, an innocent appealing young missof saccharine sixteen. Some time ago an article appeared in the Police Gazette, giving an account of the elopement of the parties named, and the au­ thorities of the country have since been on the qui vive for them. Chief of Police Waller did not see the Police Gazette arti­ cle, but no sooner had the couple arrived in Bismarck than his suspicions were aroused. He could not believe they were lawful man and wife, their appearance, ac­ tions and general demeanor contradicting such an opinion. He watched them pretty closely, and his suspicions were confirmed when ex-Sheriff Harmon, of Morton coun­ ty, arrived in the city, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 June 1885

_. F' 6' I V,r Si* & $K Wl'' it i-y jfr" Kv \t- is? h** h, Si I h' p'4' I 't |v iv, Yh k-. PI EftrfrVj.v F% -j.. *vs. fcft. fit x-Zfi fW I (S»f ,^r" ifc*- ,. I vj.rC L, •A "•jigR/ »yk fe ,w* &i v" *$}} Wfk "Whitolaw Rledis 60 years old.»: iov^-V '...••• '"v Baltimore exports half as much grain value as New York. ws.,••• Blackleg has broken but among' the' cat tle in the vicinity of Yankton. The Iowa editors are having a glorious time on the north Pacific slope. 'The republican campaign in Ohio will have the assistance of both Blaine and Lo­ gan. m,• About $00 coal miners struck aii Lexing­ ton, Mo^ on account of a reduction in wages. Princess Beatrice has given Prince Henry of Battenberg a portrait of herself on por­ celain. It is the citizen who never runs to catch a car in hot weather who lives to run for congress. _____• Ex-Attorney General Brewster will sail for Europe today. Mrs. Brewster will ac­ company him. _____ Nine persons have been killed during the last three we...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 June 1885

Be s. B lf d- g.V 18" §fema*dt SStttmtw, pcm^HOME %t- NEWS. The Way of Maau .ii' The way of the solons is hard. Dakota =Vlegislators will keep to the front. No use I trying to keep them down. Susan B. Pick ler has been hob-nobbing with the peculiar females of his district since the adjourn­ ment of the legislature and when last heard from was in a desperate struggle for election as delegate to the forthcoming blizzardy constitutional convention DeWoody, the carmine pated wag of the house is a com­ mercial bummer, selling habber-dasher goods for some house in St Paul it is un­ derstood that Martin of the Black Hills, was compelled to enter the prize ring to defend his position on several measures against the onslaught of brawny miners: Frank Pettigrew has not dared to open his mouth since the adjournment, and has been pursued by a district of bloodthirsty consti­ tuents until he has almost become a wand­ erer and outcast Poor YanOsdel has been trying to explain to the sluggish minded...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 June 1885

THE DAY'S DRIFT. The Scenes and Workings of Justice Court Get a Little Livelier Every Day. The Closing Exercises of St. Marys Academy are Interesting and Instructive. Plunkett's Trial—Base Ball Freaks The Gun Club's Shoot Miscellany. Plunkett's Trial. A large audience of fun loving people gathered in the court room to listen to and witness the trial of Lord Plunkett on the charge of clothes stealing, the clothes in question being a suit of Mr. John Carpen­ ter's, who left them with Plunkett several weeks ago to be cleaned, and the worthy eradicator of dirt and grease, claims that they were stolen from his place of business in the night. The spectators were treated to a rich feast when Mr. Plunkett took the stand, Michael T. O'Connor the famous Hibernian barrister appeared as counsel for the defendant and handed his client over to the court with instructions to tell nothing he did not know. When Lord Plun­ kett was sworn his fine Madagascar face spread aglow of light about the court ...

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. — 3 July 1885

1 S i)i iwwi im.'l -.. .• ,v.tB J.- M.V.H ,ni-jio .Via il--lj).'.••.•! 1,111 .-fgi'.b'ili lo -iv .'J-nrK i: ».-niiuli TtT .li(iiytihr HII^ ii.'UI ajujiiiyniimT oS T»3',i:.fn Oj li-J ,f'5i:jjhoiTi hia :ttw orfJ 1« a »-ji5 biw Jki.'U i'iM ail} ,Uibi f-rii ,no':••)!!. .vict t-. t:\. LifK-. 5o Ui nno-.' f.t! fWMh'ift i... .cflji !iifn iib'M ill lu! i/)Ii:vino jm,: A pure white crow is ^aily seen among a flock about Fprsytl), cp«n)ty» .QeprgifL .-t.M-.iJ't* :'ih Col. DeWinton will return to England fipon^the^Congooaaecpynt ofUl^iealtli. zi-- .1 n:-'• 'iTT^nTTTTTnT^:u j* "South- Dakota 'editors will hold 'their'ari ntifil oonte^tion at WterttTfrh, JuIy 'aOtlt. •1lli'' 'T:'j T['i:. Anson R. Uayden, of Anoka,'-Minn^ died' jfifEefits^i" ah. in^own' $be hi[l Ehe OthWdayi ii ,i'-h iK v..n.-. i' -...'t A* .»» '-V. 1 Ah pld lady bf 67i tl),e mother of twelve, children, «!oped fr^m Olintoh, Gan., with bdy of. 21 years of age., .' ,, One drawing room in the residence of Mrs. James P, Scott, of Phi...

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. — 3 July 1885

I V- a?-'s %. JM' &: •'.: te' Ji'UGGETS OF NEWS.* In the municipal election at Borne, twenty-two liberals and two clericals were chosen. One hundred houses in the native quarter of Lagos, west Africa, have been destroyed by Are. Minister George H. Pendleton has met with a very cordial reception from Emperor William. The iron and steel trade at Philadelphia is fairly active, and the coal- market has improved. A water spout'inflicted pinch damage upon buildings and crops in Newark, Ohio, and vicinity. There were 205 deaths in Chicago last week, as against 288 for the corresponding -week of last yean Seven persons were killed and forty wounded by a boiler explosion at Turcoing, near Lille, France. It is reported in Paris that the sultan of Morocco has claimed the protection of the French government. The old flag of the fifty-third Illinois regiment has been sent by the war depart­ ment to Governor Oglesby. The German steamer Grosscrock was wrecked in a fog off the Newfoundland coas...

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. — 3 July 1885

f: ... v-. HOME NEWS. Detroit Lake Convention. Territorial Treasurer J. W. Raymond, Auditor Caldwell, Proprietor Jewell of the TRIBUNE, and Dr. Hamilton,' father-in-law and guest of Mr. Raymond, left on Sat­ urday'^ team to attend a Sunday school convention at Detroit Lake, Minn. Gover­ nor Pierce left for St Paul, but it is under stood he has been induced "to:stop at the lake long enough to assist the good breth­ ren in advancing the christian work to which they have become so devotionally at­ tached. Since Mr. Caldwell*abandoned the lowly walks of freeze out and seven up, in the wicked city of Sioux Falls, and became a leader of Sunday school work in the cap­ ital city, he has had a sublimely wonderful influence over those with whom he. has associated, and the present religious jaunt to the for famed summer resort of Minnesota is one of the many re­ sults of his faithful and sacrificial conse­ cration. The exact hour for the open­ ing of the convention is not known, and will be de...

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. — 3 July 1885

bofc atarok,] TKIBD IX & & le* ft if li a I VERSA $ y- by "LZZ^L^^r BYEtt JI jaornord^ THE fr JPAELY' ieliYered1 lUNlfif «s&r. lper^n*h,. £3 8UB80Bffn one mon three mon six months, one year nwo made to .. a of Dakota affairs. Its oircu- ation Is largeAioth in the territory and the States. The DAILY TRIBUNE, like the weekly edition, •ontaining the fall associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through -which to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. The general eeBtem advertising agent of the A. S\ Richardson, Boom 85, Tribnne aonc. Au east tor the or airectoroi tne mint Jjurcnara, cause, shows ministration' farce as civil but no pretense of observmgcmTservice rules shjCaM^^m^deika^^demo^^l party ought '^he vffibk scheme. That ci^^mrar-regulabfiiM are compatible with the £mencan id§$jj§ government is too w^^i^mihed t$|M are two ^$r&ft^a%i^M(&nfronting other. When either is in power it should not be will hold...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 3 July 1885

A ,| .' WOJJJV in HIajimvoocia iterwq BYTEEEGRATH. W»U *»l 1 nl Ivji Jnl».'5 an«'Wtf flWiUlfffr0jf\nO -iv//kI Mr. dakkoan ^oal^&'py'iLfter^iingland. I .It II lOrivO llsiifa A Few Appolntinents. Washington, mi j^uly Taylor has been ••M 2.—Messrs. Taarfenr, ofcVifgini^^vei^piap^ii^tj^ eierkships ktrtheddepftabpent' ior^ state. These feenttE«a«i passedi thfe&«tvB"Bei>vteB ^fonfo^tita's^^ ftt Slputrii7! '.ui io .jr.i-u.t. 1,2111 y.nfa ac :i!«rofie3HatJ'df,'I 0 taShBUWversity w^£igihi ti *dV I98160 MMrbwlmmwi8P8 joojpfiigiacftitbe /evoniag otttuifedayi.iHejip ttnpriovia&nanfr&qpss jJ»5dmpati,hi»..de3k again within three or four dayst ""IBs afesftnce-lpto^®' 'dejiartajiiiit -htteirtVived th«JBum&T'(thatihe ha&oftsifpaadD lEhiaf its. Bay «^9-,si9i m* tane,qTj»!Sg*§ xm$v a SJoS z» vr !n Jsdi no«-.i mi) tol PKOBABLY ^MW/KW?n Mr-iPaeteycrefi^ly appointed UmtediSUtea ipMBtoht094«a»- ^^^•wh98fe- »p^ointih€ait ha» iodeaartned tife^^vonftHiesatiEefiwBi Jtd ment $i%M| m-...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 3 July 1885

OF HOME INTEREST. The Contract for the Construction of Water Works Has Been Issued at Last. E. H. Bly Receives the Contract, and Will Begin Operations as Soon as Possible. John Larson is Accidentally Shot, and Dies From the Effect of the Wound. Joseph Easton Shot—Ravages of Hail. The Ball—Personal and '. General. Water Works for Bismarck. The people of Bismarck will rejoice in the fact that the water works question has at last been settled, at least so far as the city and Mr. Bly are concerned. Pursuant to adjournment, the council met yesterday afternoon, and the contract for the con­ struction of water works in accordance with the ordinance was Issued. Mr. Bly states that the only question to be settled before active operations are commenced, is that of land, which is to be purchased of the Northern Pacific land department As the railroad company has always been dis­ posed to encourage the development of commercial points along its line, no trouble is anticipated in this matter, an...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 3 July 1885

/»V-. EXPECTED OUTBREAK Of the Cheyenne Indians—A Most Alarming Condition of Affairs at the Agency. Indians Making Active Preparations for the War Path—Whites at their Mercy. The Report that the Manitoba Road is to Pass Under New Manage­ ment Contradicted. A FaUe Kumor. NKW YOKK, June 26.—The reports that the Manitoba is to pass under the man­ agement of the Chicago, Burlington and Quinoy ar£ not generally believed by well informed, persons in the city, and it Is 8emi-officially stated that whatever the plans of certain parties in interest may be, nothing official has been done. The his­ tory of the rumor is that astory was pub­ lished sometime ago which states that the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy road was endeavoring to regain control of the St Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba railway. The sharp advance in Manitoba stock during the past few days has caused revivals of the rumor, but an investigation fails to reveal anything which would indicate that the report is true. Vice Presid...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 3 July 1885

tt fi Wh V- mm-',:... pii- ,' T&iilirWt- .• ^WptZRiiii'tiTfiidiiic. jio'rjyu 'jili to ajJfW?. '$7i Tv $|-JBlieriff Smith, of Kidder County, (WVes der ofLHrs, Xlng-er.7' doom t. 0 eu eSiW LATER—A & 'p-lS-'' KSi'ii py'KV s4|' jr^WsSfi'v V" ^f f, fl|-, f, fer"1 te" m?-r\ this city the 0 Tfifwjqa Iliw jkxxf ^.fcfifiisvftfo *'r iM |f |The Annual Darta#/ Wilfe WjftlHilg,i gUtf 'jjiT mfci Mntol$Wtome& »J 01 bsio*i &?•• '•••',•••• & terfl ni 11U.1 001 moqart p^yThe PrizeOflfere&ak Jaoiestown-nfjfterTi ariT nsgoj law tr^f I llfttiyii, iJsy- _,.(n Jtor.th&muraer u&riown, fcut'itlfs siiSpect arose between MrsrUnger and Wolf, iHutting nmiithfeiihorribleittagedyliTuead&y Mh.'Ii|nfleJti weiftitoilhift -ixeeiiolaimfp 6ev«a miles from the residence, leaving hiswifd 5 about 9 o'clock, SmithNorton, a plasterer wgaji^yto^^ter^tAtfh6u8e,i&nlv«d'With affielpe* **Md'* a&J faef?' drotftF towarintM barn, Wolf rushed out'ofit&ei lgt&vkty> iatad Smith an...

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. — 10 July 1885

VOL. 13, NO 5. pfEWS NOTES AJfO COMMENTS. Victor Hugo received 970,000 for "Les Miserables." Thirty-six persons died. in London last year from starvation. The court martial appointed to try Pay­ master GeneralSmith of thenavy convened yesterday. 'L •. Sioux City has a population of 18,680. In 1875 it had 4£95 in 1880,7,866. It will soon crowd Omaha. The resignation of Weyson H. McCard, register of land office at Wausau, Wis., has been accepted. In the White house the visiting cards are saved and sold for waste paper. In the month of May there were 6,000 cards. A Minneapolis man sued a neighbor and won $803 damages, his lawyer awarding him the odd $8. Minneapolis is a thrifty place, The Yellowstone Journal on the Fourth was printed in red and blue ink. It proba­ bly illustrates the variagated condition of the editor. "An old gentlemen of 70" was among the nineteen residents of Arlington, Georgia. recently arrested for playing base ball ra the streets. A sister of Lieut. Kislingbury, ...

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. — 10 July 1885

«-v 5^ |L nV &W Wf ft i-r b? v* fc mv hS g5tlT3 *A1 At v-fefsSC "j, c. a re iiKn v. OFFICIAL $*. .A R#* A-a, Proce*dlnjjtj of the Board of County Corn­ s', missioners.: Bismabok, June 29,1885. Board met, pursuant to adjournment, at 2 o'clock m.j present B. Mellon, chairman, and commissioners Ned and ^Johnson. rs. vVl^ Minutes ofpreoe^ng meeting read" and fT^pproved. On motion, Peter Aerstron was ap- !&?<"*' pointed supervisor o{ oounty road from northwest corner of section 27, township ^40, range 80, running norttnfotil OQruer of section 10, township 14, range 8^ Application for the establishment of a 'ferry between Bismarck and Mandan, by .John A. Baker, was received and ordered filed and that notice be given for propos :als for a fejry between Bismarck and '.' Mandan.. -.•••• r, -. Ordered by the board that hereafter no :diaims against the county will be acted upon by the board, unless said nlaim is filed with the auditor at least one hour before the time appointed for ...

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. — 10 July 1885

&! $ Ml ifeiP v»i Jm fSSH &s 5 & $ f.' NEWS BY TELEGRAPH, e§km |f and Hungary. Floods in Kansas Gan^e Accident Attended '. .. «, Loss of Life^gal^^g :V:-- V^,rr :. A New Parliament. LONDON, July 6.—A parliament reassem­ bled today in the house of commons. Mr. Bradlaugh, escorted by Mr. Labouchere and Mr. Burk, both radicals, advanced to the ta­ ble with the purpose of taking the oath. To this Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, chancel­ lor of the exchequer, interposed an objec­ tion. He said the house was strongly of the feeling that Mr. Bradlaugh should not be allowed to go through the form of taking the oath. He then moved that Mr. Brad­ laugh be refused permission to swear and that the sergeant-at-arms be directed to ex­ clude him from the house un­ less he engaged not to disturb the proceeding 2 the house. The motion of Michael Hicks-Beach was adopted by a vote of 293 to 219. After the vote had been taken Mr. Bradlaugh readvanced to the table and said he would obey the speaker...

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. — 10 July 1885

|I*V '&c pfr 1 m--- «p 9%t Hismawk ifi&utw. BY M. H. JEWETL. i" THE DAILY TKIBUNE, |pj| Pahlished eTery morning, except Monday, at Bis-, 8&i% maTc^ ra®8P, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte pfc (f thecity at IS cents per week. Or SI per mwh, mt 8TO80BIPTION BATKS: sffi'V# iyt&n. Daily one month. postage paid, Daily three months, postage paid, gfcoR Daily six months, postage paid. Daily one year, pietegepafflT 2% bonds, ©Ti "'vV %U: FCVV7'V'V. k' fcfi fevSip.40'-' .' m&y. Hi3 •Mhi--. tr $ U] •ft 1 1 $100 8 0 0 500 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Eight pages, containing a summary of then&tfe 6t the week, both foreign and local published every v«. Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one fear $2jjix months, 91three months, 75 oente. The WEEKLY TaiBUNEis the oldest paper in Nceth Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encylopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu lationis largejxth in the territory and the States. IUNX, like the weekly edition, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 10 July 1885

~yftevi $ w?wrf(1 4T *V XiVft Jr1 ijw HOME:'^EWSP .v v' liii ', A geutlefnanwhb requested the suppres­ sion of his name, gave the Tbibcnb some news yesterdafwhicb,if true, is very en oouraging forthepeopleof Bismarck and the Missouri slope. It yras to theeffect that.steps were being takeh on the part of i&e imwaukee add Sjt. JPaul and, the Rock Island roads, for the construction of their roads into Bismarck, and that the 'Work Would begin before many months wUl have passed. ..The gentleman in question re? cently attended a meeting in the Mer­ chant's hotel, in St Paul, at which a num­ ber of prominent railroad officials ex­ pressed the belief that these two roads would be into Bismarck in less than a year. The letter roeentiy sent from Bedfieldto the city council of this city, asking a bonus fot the survey of the Bedfield and Bis-, marekroad is one of the many good point­ ers which have lately been received, and if properly nourished, may result very sat­ isfactorily to all conc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 10 July 1885

ftig-V?*-''- wwtf r., $kV$fcX:?v $0M& Ifg^ Mm 1''J^• I^li 1 THE NORTHWEST. ,:0'y,||i.. ——r-r-T TheFtitirth of July at Jamestown and Other Points Throughout the Northwest. The Despondent Scandinavian Wants to Get ihto Eternity and (Takes Strychnine. .. Takes. Vl'iv1 $lZ&£:yW''yr '-1" 'Ai The Attempt tfr 5% The Attempt tfr Break Jail—A North: ^estern Excursion Party— yt ?ersqnal and General. 7 ,'t !. ••. ,v. :•,... Powder Echoes. The people of the MiSso'uri slope enjoyed the day of explosive patriotism and un­ shackled enthusiasm in various And becom­ ing ways. Bismarck having had so many public demonstrations, gala days, festivals, banquets, picnics, legislative freaks and conventions ^t: short and spasmodic inter­ vals during the past two years, the citizens for once threw aside their local pride, and became the guests of generous and hospita­ ble neighbors for the day. A number went to Mandan and witnessed the races, others visited the surburban towns throughout the slope, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 10 July 1885

'r"'1 ,» Ifoe §i#marcfe Stibtmt. HOMEssKEWa TV Mr*. Unger's Murderers. Sheriff Smith, of Kidder county, was in the city Friday and arrested three tramps, one of .whom was supposed to-have been implicated in the murder of Mrs. TJnger. He informed the TRIBUNE that Wolf was in jail at Steele, and that he would have been lynched had he been left at Dawson. Upon his arrival at Dawson with Wolf, the people gathered about the depot and when the train left for Steele over twenty men were in line for the pur pose of following the supposed criminal to Steele and there lynch him. But they did not follow and Wolf is now being guarded in the county jail at Steele. Wolf was very much terrified when at Dawson, and was so enfeebled by fear that he could hardly walk to the train. While walking along the platform supported on one side by .Sheriff Smith and on the other by the dep­ uty, several of the crowd of enraged citi­ zens cried: "Rope him, rope him!" and Wolf tottered and Would have fallen to t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 10 July 1885

$$$%&:•>••:: Agli lS: mm fc' THE NEWS. ^J^.CMOonivpil Holds a Meeting and Transacts the Public mmMm Business. ., ^^^^^"''SydniBy^Hunt^the Man for Whom an gfejf^ ft*' Advertisement Appears,. MSm Theptemters of Bismarck's. Gun Club Agitate the Question of a Shoot- ing Tournament. fl leer Among the Embryonic Cities. As a a proof of the public spirit and par triotism of the Missouri slope, it may be stated that every town west of the coteaux indulged in a celebration, and at every point from which the TBIBTJKE has received a report, the demonstrations were of a highly American order. At Burnt creek the rural lads and lassies, maids and matrons, youths and brave gallants gathered beneath the cotton woods and enjoyed a picnic of the olden style. That it was a success is pro­ claimed by all who attended. But the re­ ports came from all directions. At Washburn, C. F. Gariette, formerly foreman of the TRIBUNE news room, de­ livered the oration, and it is understood a verbatim report o...

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