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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 5 January 1876

VOL. 3. IHK» UBI.ICAN NRVVSPAPICtt Bcbllslwl by *THE BISMARCK TRIBtJWE CO TRI-WKBKLT AND WEEKLY. iVBHomPTioa raiea: Tri-Weekly Mow, the TBIBUKR IS doing more to build up Bismarck, to attract attention to it, t" advertise it and advance the interests of its business men, than the railroad., the steauibott lines, or a«y Other interest, and we submit that it deserves a much better patronage than it ever has teceived. It should be borne in mind that^b^ri is no county patrontt^e ttr speak §bU •ven what little thee is of that'bis been sent abroad, while, as it seems, re ports nquired by law to be published, have either been purposely withheld or haYe been neglected. The city patronage is no where neap* what it ought to be, as the Council pro eeedings have never been published tffi eially.' Theie is much that might be done to help the TUBWI aloog by Bis narck people, and by those interested io Bisoisrck, but so far it-has received much more of undeserved curses than it has of deserved favo...

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. — 5 January 1876

®be $i*mortk @rUuue. Bismarck). Di T., Jan. 5f 18/6 WASI11NGING A POCKET uASD KEROUIEt' This friend of mine, you recol­ lect, the one we started to see 011 Jefferson avenue the other day. His name is Sludge, but he pro­ nounces it Slewgee, he says it is a French name, and that the is silent, and a whole lot of thing besides, but *we call him Sludg for all that. He is the same youtn that had the adventure with the bolt of "domestic." He divide his time between theological dis­ cussions, caiivi^ssing and arguiug the financial question, when he can secure a listener. He is strongly in favor of the immediate is? ue the unlimited supply of backs. grcen- Though he does not run a laund­ ry, yet, being of a philosophical turn of mind, he is not above do­ ing a little turis in the washing line for himself, when occasion demands, or when his available funds are more than usually re­ stricted. He has had a couple of shirts in his trunk for several weeks which have alternately been put on and t...

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. — 5 January 1876

c% ttt The Republicans uecui p»itcularly frol] pleased with the construction of the tlou«e committees, and believe ihey bave riictivtd *11 of the consideration jjujitly their due. The five principal committees are practically. in their 'bauds. The Democrats, on. the other 'band, are immensely disgusted Cox refuse* to smlie and has not perpetrated joke since the announcement. Fer-j Dando Wood pocketorthft 'insula his 4rieudti think has been putupon him, |be "moat dignified aotato in tbe House" should, determined^to do his, whole duty. The $oulbetn people are ,a)*o pretiyirell satisfied, for they bare majority of the important comniitltee*, and the Pacific Kail road Committee 'fa regarded as Utorable fto tin} Construe tion of the Texas Pacific—W measure tbeSbiitb id«(man faS Ket its hfcitTbn. $enater Ail»*©*t!ai ibiU, amendatorfy of th« Indian Appropriation! acidfiMarch 9ki fnrovidea that/nq India* agent shall be alUMMtl^tafer fap**tWdis-i charge of itheidtttiiea^bfl bi* fcffiee1 lint...

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. — 5 January 1876

44 ®lje Utemarcb ©ribune. Bismarck) D. T., Jan. 5, 1876. WE AMD OUR «BmS, OK The Records of an Unfashionable Street. (Sequel to "My Wi and I.") A. Novoi By HASEIET B££0HE3 STOWE, lTiiUch-»f on* rtory de-it itj»ptf*re In the Chris­ tian Union, fur winch It w*s wpiteu, ami Imviujj been puuluuc I i» forio by J. U. F*rl Cu., New York, i' in »y «e hta at .*uy b.iok aii»r«. Frtce $1.75.—KD IR1SURB.1 Of course Miss Alice's friend-* wil! deny it," said Aunt Maria, evisively I merely mentioned it in you that y«.o may see llie need «»1 caul on. "ii know, of coU«e, Mr. Fellows, that S'icn lep jrts stand in tne til other* win might be disposed—well, you under Stand." Oh, perfectly, exactly. q«iite so. Skid Jiui, who could be prolate of phrases 011 occasion. and I'm exireiue If obliged lo you lor this suifg*e*tioii undoubtedly your great experience ami knowledge of the ways ot nocieiy will •how you the exact way to fleal wiin •uch things." ".You 8*e," ursued Mrs. VVouver man*, in it confidential...

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. — 5 January 1876

BlSMARCtTi'' DAKOTA ro|r/ BiMmrek, D»kJt«, iJ »n incorpormM city »buut yIU p..pul.llo", Si«o.led.r the Nonherii Pacific cro»*iiig_of the UiMOuri ri*«V |3' -,-j The location it a htndwAne one—the btudsouiest on the Mi^onri riur, it i» claimed. Tlieeoitiiirv i»Ji*irief though Urge bodieo of iiinber»re feuiid in tbe Ticiiiitv on ti* river .ttoms. The ground on which the jpiiy is ait uated has been in content since the fir*l location of the wn 1872, but a The citjr i$ .|y'jM ticatyy ,out of -dfbli the present tax levy ol four in ills on the dollar will pajrmll *de«na»dirjpg^stjit.i The first yearW Bismarck's existence, 1872, th.riy buildn^s, principajy shack*, |i$buikfings cUerfed «fctiifpuh. cheon and earth, were erected, avera|iiiK about $lg)eaehip vilae^|se^«^ year, 187&, notwithstanding the con­ tested towusite, no give or obtain ^itl^,,J$t'JWHW*ta*C0 ii.g $110,000, were erep$d ina1874, .notwi^sundrngikf Pf(4of 1878 and the continued con J.k W. Raymond ,A Co., wholesale and ^ret...

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. — 5 January 1876

Bismarck, D# T.j Jaiit b. 1876« LOCAL AFFAIRS. Judge B*rncs wis at Yankton on the 16th inst. H' w«»' sp-nn ft portion of the,winter at Washington. Congress Water. Genuine, from Saratoga Springs New Turk, at the St. Louis Liquor Store. The troops at Lincoln Mustered for pay Friday, and the roll# will be for waided to the paymaster on Monday. Hew til pay by check. Fresh Ontert-'. JL full suck at McLean M*«tider*« it Hon. Ale*. Kamsey will spend the? winter in W ashinitton and will do what ,(iec*n toward helping along the tern torial division bill, Pennsylvania Bye *nd Nelson, Co. Bourbon Whiskies, reiy eld, srid One «t the St. Louis L'quor Store. The TWBUM* lolks are under otligt-i ^dnstd Joe Dietrich for a fitie lot of' fieri eggs for their New Tears break-* •Ctft. There is nothing mean About Joe. TopekayKinsM, dicpntch says XJ. W.'Meadi|?rU txi offered the position •frf General Manager of the Atclkison, jfopeka Santa Fe Railroad Coutpiny. Gtn. 1 1 Girl Wanted. A girl competent to co...

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. — 5 January 1876

FKB Watches, Clocks, CITY BAKERY iffceents, iJut.iafari.iou with reasonable ctiVP* *ne RAILROA DS. ?pper Asrfsslppl r.ver, and along t».eihoreof Lake feSn. Also, jirr A FtOIfBJifC MILL FOUR RW OP STONE. New Improved Machinery and Steam Power NEV PROCESS OF MILLING. MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED "BELLE OF MOORHEAD" Brand of Family Flonr-Soperior. to any brought into this Country! On* RISING SUN New Process Flour we Recommend Equal to wur Minneapolis Brands. Graham Flour, Grom Feed. Bran, Shorts, Screenings, etc., for sale in large *r Kiimli ouaiiUH«» »l lw priceH.r MOORHEAD MANUFACTURING CO.. H. A. BEUNS, Manager, Moorhead, Minn. JEWELRY* WATCHES, drC.(1 anil St. Pail RAILWAY. THE GREAT THROUGH LIN* BETWEEN Chicago, Now York, N«w England, The Canadas, And all Eastern ami Southern Point., and The Great Northwest. SSS\ng Chicago with all Eastern and Joath «n Lines. Two Through Express Daily THE ONLY THBOUSH LINK BETWEEN CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE. StPAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. TI traverses a finer...

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. — 5 January 1876

Y ft. as u-a LOCAL. AFFAIRS. WAR DEPARTMENT. Sigral Service, U- S. A« MTIMOl OF TKUKOHAMS SI* RHPWT8 FOR TB» BSSKPIT «»f OiVMKKCIA *0KI00LTU*8, BdllltRCt 4»AKC»TA TKKItlTUKT. It 2^ io "tcuy y-i!x»laA I *wa 1 5 8* 9 Ml" UO{p-U|U "SAV H:- XnptmnH unajf if -i»t* nout^aqj, UtMN S I -itpmoilt ••HI 8 .'-,4 •». 211. w7 3 «e4nHimdity,ter, e»n ,T lermyaieter,, 20.081 til.^Utt '.C -r CO i. £-i i: it- OC 00 *oug a _» gab iSssfgSi" rMshest temperatore, 89* kI*»a*teaMMnrta»e,-lI* Mosthlj 1 Hiahekt lUroui 30.415 LrtwvMt It ttMuufer, 2!MtiO "Highest remjMjiHture ?M drg. Gadboy, the teleg luareit 1? 1 1«! c'as'«?ii8 $ »,vi. •limn Snuuvr. -.-1 Mew BtiroineW, Vx a Lowes* ren»|»eriture -6 (leg. Monthly Ituigf 'f Tdnpriitlurt, 61 dcg Greatest daily UsuiKe of TMuperamre Total H»i"f ine'twl »now,U..i iachel. Prevailing Wind, North weat Tottliiuuiner ii wai-» .ir*veled,63Q1.5' Maximum rt-lority of wind i8 milci |iw hour. Mo.' of Oluutly Oayi other (UHU (huw «a which nla or wauw foil, 7 Kara' «r of dxyi oa...

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. — 12 January 1876

VOL. 3. USUAL BUDGET OF WISH IM NEWS. NIVAL CONCENTRATION EXPLAINED. Short Rations at Red CM Agency. Terrible Deed of Blood at St. Louis. Other Interesting Miscellaneous News. SPAIN AND CUBA. WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 —Spnato" Con over, of Florida, yesterday introduced a resolution directing a proclamation of neutrality between Spain and Cuba, modelled upon the proclamation of Qneen Isabel In, in reference to our own troubles in 1861. STATE BIGHTS. Senator Whyte, of Maryland, submit­ ted a state rights resolution, declaration being shown froua the language of the constitution. PKE«IDEKT PROTEM. Senator Morton, of Indiana, submitted a resolution declaring Senator Ferry President of the Senate by virtue of his election at the last session, but that the office is' held at the pleasure of the Senate. TDK CONFEDERATE CIBCUS. The House occupied the day on Ran­ dall's universal amnesty bill, which was forced to a vote under the previous question, which cut «ff not only debate, but Blaine's amend...

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. — 12 January 1876

WE AND Ollft HlUtillBatjl&h. OB T^to Records of an Unfashionable Street. feo" to "My Wife nd I.") A Novel Bj HASBIST BEECHES STOWE, Author or "Uncle Tom's Cibin," 'Mj Wife and 1," etc., etc. 11This charmaj story tint appeared In the Chris­ tian Onion, fur which it ww written, and bavin* fc -en puiilisiie I in oo»k form by J. II. Ford Co. Mi* fork, it may »e had ai auy book store. Price $1 75.-—ED iKtBom.l "'And Au it Maria said that folk* were sayuig that if we weren't engaged we ougtit to he.' Whar a hatelul thin^. to sayl AH uNow," if there were anjr impro­ priety in a friendship between a gentle­ man and lady. Why may not a gen tleman and lady hare special friendship as well as one lady with another, or one gentleman with another? I don't gee." ••Neither do I," said Eva, respons i?elr. said Alice, "the suggestion of marriage and all that is disagreeable to me. 1 in thinking of nn'hin* of ih** kind. 1 like Jim. Well, I don't mind saying to you, fiva, who uan understand we, tha...

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. — 12 January 1876

USUAL BUDGET OP WASH­ INGTON mm. Confederates First Move on the Uoion Army. PROPOSED REDUCED PAY FOR CADETS AND PROFESSORS. Ex-Governor Austin, of Minnesota, Appointed 3d Anditor. Other Interesting Miscellaneous News. CONGBESSIONA* MATTEBS. WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.—A majority of the Senate committee reports that the Senate has the constitutional power vlect a president protein, superceding' Ferry. MorriU's bill providing for the re­ demption of legal tenders was debated tm-ough the day, yesterday, and finally referred to the committee on finance. Randall from the House committee on appropriations reported a resolution yesterday instructing the committee on military affairs to report in what cases pay and allowance to army officers should he reduced. The House adopted a resolution in­ quiring concerning officers of the army engaged in the military service of for­ eign countries. Ex Speaker Blaine offered an amend ment to Randall'* universal amnesty tl changing (otm of oath of allegiance 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. — 12 January 1876

i• 11 Sije fbmarck SrUmtte. Bismarck, D. T., Jail. 12, 1876 A CHINESE POEM. What foree mtlce hullabalio Boat Chin*iB,ui cmnee »»ut here Can't Chinaman m.tks k»ui shoe Like oih -r uieu called foreigner What zo he hav« iuuche« pigtail What Tits face laikee ami bare? 7.o Dou't, lri?tiiii.iri gotee ahilUlee, And tectnte all coveivd with hiir? The Chinaman eattec, of t*oiue raitee and miCceamJ »rosr. But tile fe'renchiu 111 eat the horse, And the Instiuiau eatee the livg. The Irishtn in whisky like much. The fcYeiictun wine mustec be, The lagei beer tiilee the LMich, Out the Chinaman iirin&ee tea. Why noitee he citizen, too, A nigger so lilao«w-e than ho, And Vi«ie like Irishmen •!, Foe lujfi.ee 'Hlied lauiinee? Then Chiurn 1 .\t L- 11, fn, With belli bi^jree drata, iAod inachje tobacco it Aud driukee tnu whisk/ ami rum. And then h* will very inuoh'soon Take hotdes of 1'weiltfi great hand, Be high coc«itl'»ruii I'yenoti Of tuia grentee and giori.ius land. TH8 LOSi' BABY. Pray, little...

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. — 12 January 1876

THE BLACK HILLS OPEN. The Black Hills are practically open. Men go and come without molestation or interference from thetnili^y ®r di«As. Indeed it is understood that commanding officers have ot a ments been directe to pu-pend ull action in relation to min­ ers until further orders, while all but the hns'ile Indians, who nave no rights anyway, are ready to sell, and the Hills are' filling up with miners who expect to stay. Claims are a city being developed b«ii.g built up, and improve­ is permanent mineifc, a nature tre being ami it is weil for thoStwho think of evLg t« &ct tbemsehroa" wdf iir business wiih ike opening ofaprhIfc ilr. fcjweare»if en no WSS *OBt by the at the Custer City meeting, as delegate to Washington in the inter­ est of the opening o. the Hills, has re­ turned to hi$ post, confident'that'things are working, and that the Hills will scon be proclaimed open to all, as tbey are now open to those who do n*)t hesi­ tate to defy ordinary dangers. Elsewhere will be ...

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. — 12 January 1876

that free 1876. THE GREAT NEWSPAPFR O? THE NORTHWEST. The St. Paul Pioneer-Press IN THE VEAG OP THE CKNTENNIA.L. The PIOK*«* I'KKf» will enter upon the year 18T« with stronger »iM»urstuee of vijtor and usefulness than hav tver bt f. re the promise ot Min»eS"t» journal. The consolidat on into one superior publi­ cation of the two ..Id h"1 f.vmite newspapers of the n«-rHiw*t. haw gW the united J.ur*al not «i.ljr an CFCFUBCKDRSLED CIKCCLATIOH, LUT A SUBSTANTIALI WWLS of business pr.i»i« rit which will enabir it without sacrifice to tolfill er«ry requirtmeut of the advanced newspaper enterprise of the day. «t wtjl thus be able to realise the aim which constantly inspires its proprietors, of making THK BSHT LOCAL, THK •TATS. AILD THK 8KI»T OMUKIL MCWFPAI'K* Chicago Thia i» no rain boast. if fettled fcus int-M ai.d journalist it puipose. resulting both from the ability to accomplish it, and trie conviction that accomplishment will pay and alsofrom a pro­ fessional mlde whMi Ion* years of ...

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. — 12 January 1876

S'e 2 CITY BAKERY. John Ye gen, Front Street, would annoHncetotht «isen* cf Bismarck that he prepared to^fill order, fbr cake* pies or fancy pantry on short notice guat satisfaction with reasonable charge*. Fjn« ^TbrSJten cent, a loa or four loaves for twenty fveeents, RAILROADS. CWcapTliwate aaft St. Paul RAILWAY. THE ORB At THROUGH LINE BETWEEN Chicago, New York* Bicw Mi*h whv England, CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE. StPAUL AMD MINNEAPOLIS. It traverses a finer country, with gmnder ««n®ry and oaues through more business enters and P^*s" •re resorts thai« any other Northwestern Line. And wT, B»I|2H, u'e tr.«rtng ih. «»«)-»'J •nn*r Mlwiwippi river, and along the shore of Lake Pepin. Also via Madison, Prairie du Chlen, Mc Cregor, Austin and Owatonna. Through Palace Coaches and Sleeping Cars Of the Be»t and T.BAVllfG —«4rW.^3fe-' ^jV:^^. any fireid. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Tbe Canadas, And all Eastern and Southern Point a, and 111© Great Northwest! Connecting In Chicago with all Eastern and Jou...

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. — 12 January 1876

W 94 Bismarck, D. Tij Jan. 12.1876« (fa O L.OCAL. AFFAIRS. WAR DEPARTMENT. Signal Service* U- S. A» DIVISION or TSL.KGK All j, AND KkSPHhTS FOR BKMKFtT CoMMKKCIt AND AOlUCUl^TtiHK, BAMAKO'S i»AKUTA TRKBITUH*. •ufa 9 jo jatV ae j.ipnw Ai»«a es I »A\ 55 CJ «d O flu JK1 „a« Hishest temperature, 4S° buwust tempera tare. That Pennsylvania Rye Whisky at tjie St. Lows Liquor Store seems to be the favorite brand. It is served at the bar in the Sample Room and Billiard Hall. '. Capt. Andrew Fisher wishes us to present his compliments to "ye truly Bismarck Poet," and invite him to call at the Denver and accept a bottle ol Ohampagne at his expense. Lemons. Lemons by the dozen or box at the St. Louis Liquor Store. 8t The orange blossoms were nipped again Sunday when the thermometer reached live below zrfo with a strong northwest wind. Pennsylvania Rye and Nelson Co. Bourbon Whiskies, very old and fine, at the St. Louis Liquor Store. tf The soldiers, at Camp# Hancock are making a tine article qf...

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. — 19 January 1876

VOL. 3. gheliamorcltSritomc. A BB1UBLICAN KBWPFAFEE, B«blisfc*d by THE BlilUBOS TRIBUWE CO •rsi-WKEKLT AND WEEKLY. tmourriM run: Trl-Weeklj Weekly SbodUi* I2.»0 I lye"-. M-®f I ft. 00 I IBOWHI Single plri of either, 10 e*utt gabwriptlona lurar »bly is idniiK. COL. KlUO AND QEN. AVERILL The name tf (ion. Joka T. Awrill hai btuD brought forward at a candidate J#r Congress to succeed Col. Wm. S. King, of Minnesota. Gen. Averill will probably be surccssful in this campaign, and ought to be. Indeed, it would have been better for the party, and infinitely better lor Col, King, bad the General succeeded in his cauvasi for a re-elec­ tion in 1874. The writer ia among thoho who knowing the true inwardneaa Of Col. King, beliefea in bia integrity Of heart and purpose, and believes that lie will be fully exbenorated aa aeon aa he ia given an opportunity to vindicate himself but that ha ia in an unpleaaant pomtion belore the people cannot be denied, and be believe* the Colonel to be too shrewd a...

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. — 19 January 1876

th Bismarck, D. T., Jan. 19, 1876. WE A5D OUR NEIGHBOURS, OR Tb» Record* of an Unfashionabl« Street. (Itfiel to vi 'Vi aad I.") A. Novel Bj HAREI^T JiniiOEE^ STOWE, A! nor of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," "My Wife and X," etc.. etc. I This charin.ns story firt appeared in the Chris tinii Union, for which it w«s written, ami haviuir been publiahe I iu book form by J. U. Ford Co.. Kew York, it tu ly h*d al auy book sioto. Pile* $1 liD UIKUNB.l I feel a I Kilo nervous at first," sain Eva people together that sr so liiaiii-'iric itly oppose! to otlu-i as Dr. Campbell ami Mr. Si. J«»li:i, f"i instance. I'in afraid lr. CattipbtMi wii cumu out with some of hi teinUy speutsing, anil then Mr. M. Joliu will be so shocked ut^i distressed "Then Mr. St. John must pe: ow beinsj fchockcd and di.tir«.Nse«'l. Mr. S John needs L)r Campbell," haul Hoi) 4'lle is precie'.y the man liu oii^ht t« meet, stud Dr. Campbell needs Mr Si John. The two men are imendud to help each other each ins what the oth er wjints, a...

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. — 19 January 1876

.Col. Cl'ff«»id Thoniuon has resigned %ik*posililth on tfnenpol is Tribune '4io'»rr*'p( in ore, luein.iive position on t)ie Tfew York JBvtfii'.ng Mail. The ^QOI- Onel. wat^a most »t gentletiiap^a jr»giij|»us trijtfctrftti*. acc«in|d,5,hed P»per man. lie muclr tor the Tribune during the bur y*i,r? Connec'ed with it. a,, lowing extract: I have seen a number of specimens from the hills—nil very fine, but have not seen anv large amount in pusses lion of any "one party. There was «ne of my old boyhood friends in the office a abort t'tue since to make shipment of t)os st. Ho said it contained quartz and cust, and be told me he hail a better thing than he ever saw in Cali­ fornia, where he had been for twenty years. But the best indication is thai the majority of the men who came back from the Hdls in obedience to General Crook's order, have return*d, and, from the best information I can obtain, there are at present between three and^ four thousand men In the Hills. This is all thu informa...

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. — 19 January 1876

gfrgtetMttfcgritowe. Biimarok, D. T.f Jan* 19, 1876. PENNSYLVANIA OAS WELLS. Hy engagement in Milleritown, Pennsylvania, took me into the very center of Batier county gas producing region. After the lect­ ure I went up on the hill above Millerstown and counted forty nine small burning wells. The whole heavens were aglow with lio-ht. The clouds were silver lined and reflected back the lurid glare from tbe wells I could stand anywhere and read a news­ paper. The boilers of fifty oil well engines heated with gas line the valley. Away to the south a glare like a city on lire lighted up the heavens. From toward the lighted horizon came a rumb­ ling roar that drowned the hub­ bub of the street. '•What is it?" I asked Mr. Warm castle. "That's the great Delemater Gas Well, Mr. Perkins,/our miles away," he answered. "1 thought it was four hundred trains of cars passing over a bridge," I said. All night long I listened to the roar of that great Deieinater Well, and the next jporning 1 rode fo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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