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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 August 1884

3U •HA? Capital City Chips. The plot of the cave still thickens. The engineers are now at work on Main street. The Gun club holds its regular ™wV lD evening. wo The Gaifield Light Guard band continues to improve. Mnqais de Mores' refrigerator house is nearly completed. Land tffioe business is quiet now that harvest­ ing has commenced. Some "bjections to fast driving on Main street have been raised again. The "Lamborn" foundatinn wall on the went is nearly completed. Bain Bros, are making extensive improve­ ments in their storeroom. The work of removing the old grave yard on Fourth street will soon begin. The brewery walls will soon loom up, as work on -the foundations is nearly completed. The opera house is to be re opened with a flourish of trumpets and fluttfer of banners. Mellon Bros! have s'arted thefc steam hay pms at work on the hay lands south of the city. Several prominent Pbiladelphians were on Tuesday iiiorning's train, en rout© to the paik. Three car loads of fine blooded...

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. — 15 August 1884

'•Mm •& ^J VOL. i2, No. 11. ,.• A TERRIBLE TALE. The Survivors of tiie Greeley Expe» dition Charged With Devouring? Their Dead Comrades. A Statement that Private Henry Was Shot and His Body Eaten "by His Companions in Misiorta*£. The Reunion of the Army of the Ten­ nessee at Lake Minnetenka a Rotable Event. A Presbyterian Preacher In a Fit of Despondency Kills flis Wife and Attempts His Own Life. A Kansas Man Murders His Wite, Wounds His Daughter, and Ends His Own Career. Interesting Telegraphic News, A Herrlfcle jStery. WA8HIM0XON, Aug. 12.—A horrible atory pub- l{.h«H in the Mew York Times thismorning, to the effect that the survivors of the Greeley .party, crazed by starvation and cold, fed oh the •dead bodiea of their -comrades, and that writ. t*n fjn^mnnta in .posscsMon of the naTY depart 'Hi""* substantiate the terrible narrative, created gieat sensation here, and the admiral acting secretary of the navy was shortly beaeiged by newapeper men anxious to aacertatn aomething ...

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. — 15 August 1884

$/ fci fe & ..7r r%t- .v,x, fl •1: BY M. H. JEWELL TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. The territorial republican convention will be held at Pierre, on Wednesday, September 17, 1884, at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of plac­ ing in nomination a candidate for delegate in congress, and transacting such other business as may properly come before said convention, said convention the representotion shall ]be two delegates for each organized county and addi­ tional delegates based upon said county's popu­ lation as shown by its votes for congressional delegates in 1882, at the rate of one delegate to said territorial convention for each 200 votes or major fraction thereof, cast at said election. The following apportionment is jgiyen to show the number of delegates to which each county is entitled. Any organized counties not mentioned or organized subsequently, will be entitled to delegates according to the apportionment here­ in mentioned: NUMBER OF DELEGATES. Jerauld Lake 6 Aurora Barnes Bea...

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. — 15 August 1884

s? as. ?fe Ks A "Jtlly" Tourist. »V» He stepped from the train with reckless, .^'dangling step, and landed upon the platform 'J-« with in osoillating movencent which led the v. bystanders to believe he had been dining on '-'-V tapioca padding or lemon-jelly and hadn't given his dinner time to settle. At first he was a little dazed and didn't know whether he was in Hong Kong or New York. He evidently oared not a tinker's colt's mother. In a few minutes he realized that he waa outside tbe oar, and naohing onthia hand to the first eitisen he met, gased at him with a vaoant stare, and held his luxuriant month languidly half open. His first elocutionary display waa as follows: •'Zha, pardoer, lib having a—hie—1 of a time." The Bis marcher smiled and stepped to one «M«, asking the weary dignitary of rotund pro­ portions from the esst where be was going. "Oh,—hie—(then be spit all over himself and the unsuspecting Btomaroker)—I'm out for a time—hie—I've been living in Wishcon—hio— son fer ...

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. — 15 August 1884

JfS^V RW tlbeBwaitflrtHIriteutc j-amr M. H. JEWELL. Published Cismarck,. W£*mit SUBSCRIPTION vADVEBTISEBti /The DAILY TRIBUNEcirculates in eveiy town within one hniufred Miles ?f jJ^e^SSff^^SSS^SA •to Tribune Bu&tiias. New YOTK •®or President— Does Yankton expect. i$sbe .the capital of the southern half ^JBoes she expect other^towns in ..South Diskeia to quietly fold-their arms «^d ^llow^nsh proceed­ ing? (If she .does she is lipgt&ken in the temper of ,, SOT^LV Dakote common­ wealths. Yankton's mo%3 in offlMjeing Bis­ marck jaad ,Nprtk Dakota sisaot a fair -one. Yankton wants di?f-sion angiitis capital of the southern halfeet Yankijo®, The peopie of South Daketa^want di­ vision and the right tp locate fhe capital •where t-hey-tohoose. This lattec-move i®e3ts the i#exty ap­ proval of-the.. North. There ae not a single new^p^per in North Dakota opposing ditjaion,and the tiM& was known there, .-is. probafeiy greates«^isaf fectioa on this subject iE South it&an in North...

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. — 15 August 1884

By S ESTlanded not l,r\ ^Wf^ A liettereTTlrtmlM. LoClis'iLtE, Aug. 12,-The Evening Time. „ill pfablisb the following evening. Sergeant Btainsrd, who with the hisheat nerthern latitude «w follows to the killing of Kitty, the 17 year old daughter of Heck'Mitchell,* farmer, threC weiles west of here, yesterday,"scented the greateat Wtement in thia city. Tiw maefiered gir4f« iparents had left the house after dioner fortirifl«igr, leaving the daughter at ^homeialone witk Tayfatf, who was working ae*bthet tense. Aleoe ©eniert, the daughter of a meigbbcr, was to pass the afterr noon^wlth 4 r«e*vsn~~r*e***ja,i,*!&"* Telegraph r$ii and a« it •seemed to as then and afterwards transpired, prophetic. With thr own views of what was required for oar it coincided perfectly. It was found in the'Proteua wreck *y L»eut.|G*rti«Btop ne«0^ Sabine, amd'wes read and mTead-ia the gloom and darkness o£ a cheerless, 'miserable hovel. In appreciation of your soble «fforta your former tfKtic comities,:tiie...

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. — 15 August 1884

6 sJ*r~ ft iiA ffe -i fgfl^l •*&&& .1^ v* wt Fight With Thieves. Qryt. J. O, Bur, who came down with the Benton Friday evening,reports a lireiy skirmish between oow boy» and hone thieves near PaUiAet Point on the west bank of the Missouri/. On Sunday,*Jnly 20th, Granvil'e Btewart and his cow boyH numbering fif teen, came upon a gang of hone thieves in pursuit of whom they had been for several days. The cow boys found the horse thieves fortified at Bates' wood yard, near Pouohet Point, and by careful maneuver­ ing gnwywtfld in getting into the brash between the two soouto, whom the thieves had plaoed on watch during the night, and the shack. At the horse thieves discovered that they were surrounded, but were confident that they oould hold their own, and one of them cried out that he'd like to see the eolor of the man's hair who could eatch them. The "fun" then com tnenoed, and lasted about two hours and thirty T«inwtoi- It was not known how many of the thieves were killed...

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. — 15 August 1884

]p •?TA. By Telegraph Another Bank Failure. NEW YOBK, Ang. 11.—Tbe Wall Street bank &* closed its doors this morning owing' to the ir regularities of its cashier. It will Kmtin closed until its matters are investigated. The preai cent is Tbomaa W. Evan", cashier, John P. Dickinson. The bank-is situated at No. 15, Broad street, and is a state bank. When the last annual statement was issued in September, 1883, the figures were, paid up capita?, $50 ,000 surplus, $65,t97 uadivided profits, $47,"36. The capital stock is $ 300,000, and will probably be swept away. The depositers eventually will be paid in full. Iiis likely thirty per cent. will be paid, by tbe end of this week. Tbe cashier's shortage is stated to be $200,000, and the bank has $50,COO of bad debts. The W»U Street bank officers declare tbe sus- pension is due to irregularities of the cashier, John P. Dickinson, who has not beenathis desk 4' since Friday nigbt. The history of tbe bank is peculiar. It was organized two y...

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. — 15 August 1884

it -'Wm sr- r- K't" •fe^: te .•••• *d-.-' «. ..•••. 1 |%i|& 1 ,y$Aty¥im--4 SljeUtemwcharibuue. 'Capital City Chips. :-'t''' The Hess Opera company is coming. ,j The sound of the thresher's now, etc. «S. Threshing began on the Mellon farm y« ^tard»y«4' •:•». The- -part week has been the hottest of the •.-. season. Work progresses on the superstructure of the new hotel. "s The first threshing of the season was done laat Saturday. The foundations for the new brewery are nearly completed. Mr. and Mis. D. Jihnson of Wogansport are "Visiting friends in the city. Mellon Bros'. large granary on the south bide of the track is cmpleted. Whitley & Co. purchased the fine team of hones of Fort Bros. Tuesday. Bismarck pays over $15,000 a year for water .hauled in barrels from the river. Has roller skating in the flak Saturday evening MI indulged in by a large tfowd. Xht new brick residenoe. of the resident man ,ager of the new brewery is now enclosed. Harvey Harris sold Win. Coleman lots ...

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. — 22 August 1884

fi-.^''-?'^:- £j ^.r.:v':' sun 4^ S ,,4 VOL. a, "NO.. ia. CLEVELAND'S LETTER. After a Month's Struggle the Demo cratic Candidate Publishes His Acceptance. A Document that is Not Phenomenal tor a Display of Statesman ship or Originality. The Thirtieth Anniversary of the Birth of the Republican Pai ty Celebrated in Maine. An Illinois Farmer Burns a Lot of Wheat in Stack and Shoots a Neighbor. "Who Owns the Queen of the Turf? 1 Vanderbilt Says He Has not Sold HOT to Bonner. News by the Associated Press. The Ijetter. ALBANY, N. Y., Aug. 19.—Governor Cleve- land's letter formally accepting the democratic nomination for president of the United State?, is as follows: GENTLEMEN: I have received your comma nioation, dated Jaly 28,1884, informing me of 1! my nomination to the office of president of the United Qtates by the national democratic con vention, lately assembled at Chicago. I accept the nomination with a grateful appreciation of the supreme honor conferred and a solemn, sense of the...

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. — 22 August 1884

"^r'l- i: feu U" rv- IP ttllffi:? 5"v'o fc? ,! IILV^ ffj gT}5:. lite. ss iiiIk? .1I, i" IbeBtietttarchSrilMne. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE Stutsman:county convention for the election of delegates to the Pierre convention is called to meet at James­ town August 23. DR. ISAAC VAN DETJSEN, member of the central committee for this legislative district, has removed from Kidder county. His place was filled by Charles H. Stanley, of Steele. IT IS claimed that for the single item of twine used by self-binders in North Dakota, over $300,000 will be paid this year. Some ingenious inventor should perfect a cheap way of binding. THE welcome address to the new gov­ ernor was made by Associate Justice W. H. Francis. His remarks were eloquent and the citizens of Bismarck feel thor­ oughly introduced to the new executive. THE delegates elected in Stark county yesterday to attend the Pierre conven­ tion are Messrs. N. 0. Lawrence, of Dickinson and Campbell, of Gladstone. Resolutions in favor of Raymond wer...

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. — 22 August 1884

Tbefollo por nd in carefully I schools of invite tfae extent of CllUtOi FI First y{ Second year—Fourth reader commenced. Elementary arithmetic commenced and fin­ ished to decimals. Elementary geography begun and completed to South America. Use of spelling book, oral and written work, correct use of pen and different movements taught in writing. Book No. 3, familiar talks, history, human body, plants. B. GRAMMAR DEPARHENT. First Year.—Fourth reader, force, expression, etc., required. Elementary arithmetic, finished and thoroughly reviewed. Elementary geog­ raphy, map drawing. Spelling from speller, written and oral work. Oral lessons in lan gnage. Writing, books No. 4 and 5. Second year.—Fourth reader completed and use general selections, study biography of the author of each selection, and require definitions to all difficult words. Arithmetic, practical, begun and completed to compound numbers. Harvey's elementary grammar began and com­ pleted. Elementary geography completed and re...

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. — 22 August 1884

SBflHBmf W -V?-^ -Q.-'^ BY M. H. JEWELL. THB DAILY TRIBUNE., iFabllahed every morning, except Monday, at ^Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all SSSoItoe city at twenty-live cents per week, «'or#i per month. S: SUBSCRIPTION BAT8S. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TRIBUNE circulates every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached tv a daily mail, and is by far the best advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. The general eastern agent of the Tribune is a Richardson, with headquarters at Room 85*. Tribune Building. New Yortt Friends of the TBIBCNE visiting Fargo will find this paper on file at the office of C. J. Eddy, general freight and passenger agent, Fargo & Southern railway, Continental hotel. For President— JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. For Vice-President— JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. The territorial republican convention will be held at Pierre, on Wednesday, September 17, 1884, at 2 o'clock, p. m.t for the purpose of plac­ ing in nomi...

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. — 22 August 1884

An OpidciM «T tory to' any/greaf' exteaf bills pa&ae&fcy congress ./ had al?lejzwistan" ans, an^it seems nothing :more ^ifitejligence ouilit ./% Wbmjjmmm*., very wealthy the editor of the Jounced of Tuesday /morning, that's right, am sorry fcb see Go^nel Jjounsberry, whose jadgrtWit is •far off on tfiis deletftte/qoMtion. .Tor Dakota he ir Dakotai- mpvghat he has done a man of ordinary to have done. The fact is, Raymond is very little acquainted in Washington/ He is too backward. We want a bold, intelligent, progressive man for delegate/7 Raymond is not such a man. I heard yesterday that Raymond recently told a pirty west of the river that he was of, the opinion that Bis­ marck was the legal capital, and that he was with us on that question. When he got back to Fargo, however, he though it over and made up his mind if he took such a stand it would hurt him down in Yankton, where Postmaster Bowen is trying to work up a boom for him, so he made haste to write numerous letters ...

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. — 22 August 1884

iC" it-', fe tfv 1 n" mm 1 SOi ^iamarcft ffritamt: The ttoverBor's Arrival. Governor Pierce and family arrived on Satur­ day evening'# train,and the governor was receiv edwith the usual Bismarckian hospitality. The Garfield* Light Guard band was at the depot, and as the train came in the sound of cannon and music were the first notes of welcome to greet the incoming executive. At least a thou •«..! people had gathered at the depot to catch a glimpse of his excellency. A unanimous verdict of satisfaction and pleasure was whis­ pered through the crowd as the tall, good looking gentleman stepped from the train, aocompanied by Mis. Pierce two daughters and son At 8:30 o'clock the city's militia, headed by the Garfield Light Guard b*nd, the Governor'* Guard, under Captain Bennett,and the Garfield Light Guard,under Lieut. Stacey (Captain Ben net absent), marched down Main street, in front of the Capital National bank block, where a stand had been prepared and neatly decorated with flags a...

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. — 22 August 1884

nawmvzm i* a* pt?- p. is Stfe '*?$$& These ,k tj£ *#«r NEW YORK, ANF. LFIU pose by Uni^ -fltafei Davenport, of Up. 1|w«v lisbed tomonnr 150 pages^M.ip similes of 7 documents it various forms. .Tbft part of th4 whale votf that thej lj"*"" let** -A s' delayed. ex John I. r, will be pub B^kH a book of W :tp of fao /the forgery in inw only a brief The book seta forth who /actttlly penned the lHi*ye* of this city named 'enpotrt MMsnhes hitn as a ma inos ?o®peiiii8 of doabtfal matters equally preca of intrieae and with forged H. Hadley. nipulator of character rious, witti/an innate a cravin desirq/to dip^into witAi public men ^letters to show ocrat, though Hid »n unconquerable ililioa and to correspond M. quotes from his mi always a dem* tim9 of the UVl**Vy ,WWF*^*,. ~T T,-., commiMion of 'the forgery he was the secretary of the Hancock ntonblican association, in the rooms of «fci$bfl* forgery was oommitted, on or abont Ootober 2d,-1880. The forgery, ac­ cording to Hadiery.'s admissio...

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. — 22 August 1884

r"x gbeffemarcftSribune. Capital City Chips. Xho horse race did not com# off yesterday. Threshing will be reenmed on the Mellon farm today. Hunters near Jamestown have found some quail this eeason. The first story windows of the Lamborn house are now in. Postmaster F. A. Briggs of Mandan, spent a few hours in the city yesterday. A meeting of the H. I. T. F. society will be IMM at the readiDg room tonight. The two militia companies and band will meet this evening in fall dress uniform. The elegant new residence of Attorney Gen­ eral Hughes is nearly ready for occupancy. A petition is to be sent in for a postoffice to be established aoout six miles from Menoken. A trip in the country reveals very little dam­ age to grain by the recent unprecedented rain. There seems to be an inclination on the part of the farmers to bold their grain for higher prices. Nine-tenths of all the celery used in the western markets now comes from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mellon Bros, have commenced the work of b...

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. — 29 August 1884

rnTmr jf*¥ j* VOL. ia, NO. 13. NEWS OF THE NIGHT, Gathered By Associated Press Report­ ers and Sent Over the Wires From Far and Near. Jay Eye See Will Endeavor to Beat the Record of Maud S. at Pros* pect Course Tomorrow. If Successful He Will go to Bonner's Stables to Keep the Little Mare Company. The People's Bank of St. Paul is Robbed of §10,000, and a James­ town Bank Suspends. The Soldiers and Sailors of the Northwest Hold a Reunion at Chicago. Other Items of Interest. Will Bonner Gobble Jay Eye See? NEW YOBK, Aug. 26.—From the World of today: The great Jay Eye See trotting race against time, whioh was to have taken place over Prospect Course yesterday, has been poat poned nntil tomorrow and the race will then be of greater interest. If the little gelding beats Mond S.'s record of 2:09% he will belong to Mr. Banner, if not Mr. Case will continue to own him. Bonuer nu in conference yesterday with Hamilton Basby, of the Turf, Field and Farm, relative to the price to be offered for...

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. — 29 August 1884

•dvV S1 !W '"if s* & 1 •lly iifr BY M. H. JEWELL. BI8BABCK gLASDEBKD BY ®A"1T HOHI. Being callcd upon to express himself, Delegate Raymond writes to the post­ master at YanKton for publication in the Press and Dakotaian, under date of August 19, ae follows: I kaow of no citizens of North Dakota,' save at Bismarck, who are opposed to division or who harbor any unkindly feelings towards Booth Dakota. Captain Raymond could not help but reiterate his hatred of .Kismarck. He and General Campbell seem to say, "there is not an honest man in North Dakota."—Fargo Argus. If any citizen of Bismarck or Bur­ leigh county ever had any serious doubt as to Raymond's hostility for the capital city, he or they can now be convinced, after reading the above extract from Raymond's telegram to Bowen, of the Press and Dakotaian. Raymond's hos­ tility to Bismarck has been known to all who have watched his crooked course in congress. His milk and water policy has deceived no one. His telegram to Bowen, ...

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. — 29 August 1884

will be HiMrtiwi tidLthrsity ooucil, in Apftl last, pe—d sa otdjimLtm firing Henry A. True the eactaalve pat in gas works at TCsiiM'dtii Mr. Txm saidjCity ready for use, from the place of loca­ tion where Baid gas is manufactured, and be ready to furnish such gas along he line of said gas main pipe to the city, and all persons, bodies and corporations desiring to purchase and use said gas. The other sections of the ordinance stipulate the number of street lamps the city shall take and the price to be oharged, fines imposed upon persons destroying any property belooging to the gas company, etc., etc. The last section reads as follows: "That if the said Henry A. True shall fail to perform any part or portion of his promises, covenants and agreements em­ braced in hiB contract with the said city of Bis­ marck, as contemplated by this ordinance, and in any substantial manner fail to comply witb the provisions of said ordinance,- then and in that event the said Henry A. True shall forfei...

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