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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 December 1886

it 5? -J N NORWEGIAN DISHES. "RUHAMAH" writes about the /'... COOKERY IN NORSELAND. A Generous Use of Butter and Cream. Making a "Flskepudding"—Another Pe­ culiar Dish—The "Poor Man's Food." The National Bread. The success and delicacy of half the Nor­ wegian dishes is due to the generous use of butter and cream, and the vigorous and con­ scientious way in which they beat and stir anything that requires such treatment. My cariosity about certain national dishes was gratified one morning in a certain Christiana kitchen that, "was bright with sunlight and shining brass and copper pans. The red chedfeed qook was all smiles and good nature at having cbhipanyin her.domain, and my hostess put on an apron and took part in the dgraipb^tio^teagoiL giveii m&v Jw TIub p^T^rough' and Jihrougli& She had traveled in those countries, and her cul­ ture in art and literature was as thorough as her knowledge of cookery. The first thing Gone was to make a "Fiske pudding," whieh is the standard...

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. — 31 December 1886

&- 'SiVV &- "vr- .SSK#^8^*-^ kv'V- fe SCATTERING .SHOTS Of News and Gossip Lodged in the Tribune's Daily Target. The Longest Toboggan Slide in the World Now Ready for the Sports. The Popular Candidates—A. Good Cause—Personal and General Chow Chow. The Popular Candidates. The last report is that Mr. John Bain will -organize a toboggan club, and that he will be opposed by Captain Call. It is hoped that these gentlemen will lead the oppos­ ing clubs as they are arch opponents in all sporting matters, and would vie for su­ premacy with a vigor that would add Inter­ est and intensity to the excitement of the sport As an explanation of what has been said, it may be well to state that the chief sporting topic upon which these gentlemen disagree and the one rock upon which they split is that of base ball. Captain Call has ever been a staunch friend of the Chicago club, and a firm believer in its superiority over all others. Last Year when he was in Chicago he met several members of ...

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 January 1887

AWFUL ACCIDENTS. A Passenger and Freight on the Bal­ timore & Ohio Collide, Near Tiffin, Ohio. Several Passengers Killed and Many Wonnded—The Fearful Scene at the Wreck. A Passenger Train in Massachusetts Thrown From the Track by a Broken Wheel. the Baltimore & Ohio Accident. TIFFIN, OHIO, Jan. 4.—At 2 o'clock this morning the west-bound fast, train known as the Erie? express on the Baltimore & Ohio road, collided with a freight train one half mile \yest of Republic. The express does not miake a stop at the town of Repub­ lic, a village of 600 inhabitants, nine miles west of this city, and it is supposed it was rusninfi ajt a speed of not less than sixty miles an] hour. The freight eastward *i}d hail expected to make a siding at and was probably making a run not less than twenty mi lies per 1 this ill opposite directions on the ck caused a telescope and as clear faster as has ever been witnessed, gines were run into each other as epipe fits into its mate, and all that li...

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 January 1887

21 THE LAST SAD RITES. The Remains of Gen. John A. Logan Conveyed to Thcyr Tempo­ rary Resting Place. ^*4. vi» Every State and Territory in the Union Represented in the Faneral Cortege. Sfsife Isr i§ Rev. Dr. Newman's Kulojjy. ^WASHINGTON, Dep. 81.—It was a rep­ resentative throng that filled every inch of space upon the floor and in the galleries of the senate chamber this afternoon. Every state and territory in the Union was rep­ resented and nearly every class and condi­ tion of society. There were members of the cabinet, senators and representatives, delegations of the army and navy, maimed ^reteransof the Grand Army, members of the Loydl Legion, Veterans' League, Union League, of every degree in masonic fra­ ternity, judges of the supreme court, mem­ bers cut the. diplomatic corps, men noted in the world of finance, of literature and of art,, millionaires and paupers. Before the des¥ from which he had, oh different occa­ sions, presided over the deliberations of the senate^ res...

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 January 1887

DOWN TO DEATH. HOW MEN ARE DECOYED IN THE NAME OF CHARITY. A Detective Tells Why Person* Are Re­ ported Missing and Why Bodies Are Found in the River A Curious Case. "What becomes of the people who are re­ ported as missing?" an old detective was asked by a reporter at police headquarters. "Well, that is a hard question to answer. Botne leave the country to escapo their families, and others are killed in dives about th6 city." "Do many return after several years?" "Yes, I have known cases where peopla have been missing for twenty yeafe, where their wives have married again, and they have returned to surprise, much more than delight, those who at first mourned their lost How some people disappear was ex­ plained to mo several years ago in a'case which never became public. A young man who was studying for the clergy was stand­ ing one night in front eC Wallack's theater, waiting for the time when the performance should begin, when a young girl, shivering in a thin dress and a shawl, w...

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 January 1887

4 WFIL&XS $H Sbr§fewwfc BT M. H. JEWELL. THE DAlLi TBIBUNE, Published every morning, ezoept Monday,- at Bte [&!i isarak, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts |j||| »f the oity at 25 cento per week, or |1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 three monthi, postage pud, Daily six months, Daily one year, posl 1 ASIDE from the mere fact that to-day is the opening of a marked period in our reckoning of- time, it is one of the most significant days of the year in many other respects. As a holiday, its observ­ ance is believed to be gradually more widely heeded the good old custom of keeping "open house," although in itself savoring much of the "simply formal," is increasing in popularity and attention. The American people, with their much fewer holidays than foreign countries, are losing none of their enthusiasm for those they have. The business commu­ nity makes this an epoch in its affairs, and with a thorough account of stock clears up its odds ...

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. — 7 January 1887

an: At jwt a •',f I A AUDITOR'S IT §VA it f-X 4. i, f* •. 4 REPORT. A Magnificent Showing1 for the Ter­ ritory During1 the Two Tears %:V Ending Nov. 30th, 1886. The Total Amonnt of Warrants Drawn Daring: the Two Years Foots Up S955,035.37. The Total Number of Warrants Drawn Greater Then the Entire Previous Issue. Nearly $705,000 Paid Out for Char­ itable, Educational and Penal institutions. Surplus ot Insurance Fees Over Ex* ptinses $8,949.35, Against $35 Previously. The Auditor Makes Some Valuable Suggestions Regarding Terri­ torial Taxation. A Comprehensive and Detailed Re­ port of the Territory's Financial Transactions. A Synopsis of the Report. Territorial Auditor Caldwell has submit­ ted to Governor Pierce Ms biennial report for the period ending Nov. 80,1886. It is a document of only 164 pages—not near half so large as its predecessor—but it contains a considerable amount of matter never be­ fore undertaken in a report of this characj ter in the territory, chiefly in the way o...

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. — 7 January 1887

COME FORTH, SINNERS. On This, the First Sabbath of the Gladsome New Year and Cement Yonr Good Resolutions, By Depositing1 a Generous Axite in the Contribution Box as a Guar­ antee of Good Behavior. Though it is a Gold Day, it May be Colder When Gabriel Sounds 4 His Final Trump. How to Write New Tear Stories. PBAIBIE BLAST POSTOFPICE, DAK., January 1,1887. MY DEAB AUGUSTUS: In answering your inquiry as to a good theme for a New Year story and the proper length, tone and character to make the same popular, I hare a few earnest, unpretentious remarks to make. I am glad you recognize Prairie Blast as the center of literary knowledge and send here for your information. It is quite a compliment to our blacksmith, as he and myself are recognized leaders in all matters of literary or dramatic nature. The blacksmith has the best of me, because I sold him my "Dictionary of Terms Used in Faro and Other Games of Chance." If you are determined to write a New Year story, and the arguments of your...

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. — 7 January 1887

M' A THRONE FOR RENT. NVB. DECLINES THE JOB OP KING OP BULGARIA. Bt ^flll Not later into Squabble ta Vkleh Ha to Not Interested—Recom­ mend* Syndicate of Monarchs—Other Advice. Bill Nye ha* famished The New York World the following copy of a cable dispatch just forwarded to the ailied powers of Eu­ rope: SLIPPERY ELVHURST HDDSOIT, Wis., Nov. 25. To the allied powers, care of Lord Salis­ bury GENTLEMEN—Your favor of recent date regarding my acceptance of the Bulgarian throne, which is now vacant and for rent, in which note you tender me the use of said throne for one year, with the privilege of three, is at hand. You also state that the allied powers are not favorable to Prince NichflilM and that you would all prefer a dark hone. Looking over the entire list of obectlre men, it would seem you have been unable to fix upon a man who has made a better showing in this line than I have. While I thank you for this kind offer of a throne that has, as you state, been newly refitted and refur...

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. — 7 January 1887

Ifi NO ONE INJURED. •i .: I By the Breaking of a Switch Bod, the West Bound Paseenerer is Wrecked Near the Depot. A Remarkable Murder Trial An­ other Wife Beater Arrested —Personal and General. The Wreck. The west bound passenger train was wrecked at this point Tuesday, and that DO one was injured is a gratifying fact The train was one and one-half hours late and came into the yard at about six miles per hour. As the engine turned in upon the switch, the switch rod broke and the train went on the main track. Thus the engine and the front trucks of the mail car were dashing along the switch, while the back trucks of the mail car and the coaches of the train were tearing along the main track. In this way the train rolled along two tracks for over 800 feet and the mail car was badly shaken up. For over three hours a gang of men worked at the wreck and at 4:30 o'clock the train moved west­ ward. The mail clerks occupying the car at the time of the wreck were Lounsberry and Stevenson, 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. — 14 January 1887

A *r. "\i .v* if. %wvu-vv rw^*ln» to+tfii.{^SAMO'«^ '•tir 1 5 VOL. 14. NO. 32 l§$ --,.• frSr A'*.-"-' CONGRESSIONAL, iV |f The Edmunds Mormon Bill Discussed at Len^fth In the House of BepresentatBres. Messrs. Bennett, of North Carolina, and Crain, of Utah, Oppose the Ueasnres. SENATE. THE INTEB-8TATE COMMERCE BILL. WASHINGTON, Jan. 12—Mr. Dolph,from the committee on coast defenses, reported (aa an amendment to the one offered) an item appropriating $5,000,000 for the con­ struction of fortifications and other works of defense. Ordered printed. The senate resumed consideration of the inter-state commerce bill and was ad­ dressed by Mr. Call, who referred to the fact stated in the work of Mr. Pool, that the capitalisation of the railroads of the coun­ try exceeds their actual cost by $8,000,000, 000, and explained that the rates charged for transportation were to pay interest and dividends on this pretended capital. Al­ though he would vote for the bill, he would prefer to have it fur...

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 January 1887

f5 ^1$h &felp?v nt. Si's fH*' .. V'&w •slP fx. %»A» t1 mr-i v*\ JA Complete List of the Membersof g*| Both Houses, Their Life and P.ablic Services. •«. V- -,v •-•?•.. •. .'!*.: :, The Average Age of the Council ^SMembers 42 Years, House Mem bers 40 Ye»r«. .. •XVR:!'' :, V: '••••'. There are 32 Farmers, 18 Lawyers %I^V,v an(* 22 ot Other Occupations in the Legislature. COUNCIL MEMBERS. E. C. KRICSON, of Elk Point, Union county, tlie member S'p, i' for the First distnct, was born in Finspong, Sweden, August 24, 1856. His father died when he was three years of age. Six years later with his mother and brother, he came to New York city where he lived 5,p! about ten years and £ien removed to Da %:r kota. He was left Vehind to pursue his r, studies in the college of the city of New York where he completed the Sophomore year. He then came to Dakota and taught school successfully for several years. Eight fe years ago. he began the study of law with Alex. Hughes, then in Elk Point, an...

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 January 1887

^'V 1 1 W ,M fe 4 and water supply mas awarded last August P^lor 97400. The result gives satisfaction and amply meets all requirements of the Institution. A wire fence has been built around 460 acres for pasturage 240 acres *'are under cultivation two acres of fruit, fy^foar of shade trees and 280 plants of ^-smail fruits have been planted. The institution is lighted by »the ^.Edison incandescent electric lamps, §$1?' rented for .826 a month and a payment jof $895.75, with the privilege of purchasing for $2£00 if the plant proved satisfactory. It lias done this and the trustees recom­ mend its purchase as it is much more than "fifty per cent cheaper than oil and entirely free from danger. Roads have been laid :out and much grading done about the grounds. The construction fund was ex­ hausted before ample accommodations were jproyided for the number of inmates apply­ ing for treatment and the light and fuel :fund also expended about uly 1, 1886. In both cases parties contracted to in...

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 January 1887

IK 'te: 1' y. ll '.A 1 SfiMT" ®FOE GIMAWK BY SC. H. JEVEIX. f| THE DAILY TBIBUNE. Batdwuid every morning, ekcept Monday,»t Bte •arak, Dakota, is delivered br oairisr to all puts ttie eitr at 25 ooita per weak, or «1 per moih. one mon three one year I & SA Tnr Se THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ^nhtlning «nnim»Ty nfUlB BBW of ir one •of property subject to taxation and also exemptions therefrom, are practi «ally the same as in the old law but the provisions are much more clearly stated. The following are some of the specially striking points very briefly stated: Mines and mining locations are to be specially listed. Live stoeK is to be classified according to age, instead of being lumped, as hereto f°re- Assessments begin. on the first of May, and are to include property owned on the end of the preceding month. Merchants are not assessed upon capital invested in trade, as well as upon goods in store, but simply upon their goods and any other property which they may possess, in­ cluding money...

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. — 14 January 1887

1 ''Villi fcllife v.- r~ 4- Jr.'.fc ,•.*•'$*„ ALL ABOARD. The Legislative Train Palls Oat of ,. the Depot and the Passea JfJi-~rV!' Ken'Are Safe, ..,...... ...:^r:: The Council Organized According: to the Programme Published In the Tribune. The Farmers On Top in the House— The Slate For To-day—Legis­ lative Gossip. THIS COUNCIL.. FIRST DAT. [From Wednesday's Daily.] The council was called to order at high noon by Chief Clerk Howard, of the last council, and after prayer by Rev. Ben -Ham the roll was called, and all members-elect were present The chief clerk then called for nomina­ tions for president. Mr. CAIN objected, saying that the members should first take the oath of office. The objection was seconded by several •members, and then the councilmen were collectively and each sworn into office by Associate Justice Wm. H. Francis, of the supreme court of the territory. Nominations for prisident were again called for. Mr. SHELDON, of Day, nominated Geo. A. Matthews for president of ...

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. — 14 January 1887

With fc fc J* W: IBIWM'-TOt" tW'f THEY COME. All theiParaphernaua of State, ^,the Legislators Are Coming to the Capital. :,, 4, Hew Bamblinsr Remarks as to the Candidates and the Pros 1 pective Legislation. I" An Order of the Court—Resolutions i, of Respect and Other Lo cal Mention. .• \fy [From Saturday's Daily.] legislative Gosxlp. The legislative crowd in the city is still tmall, but it is expected that at least one half of the members and their friends will arrive this afternoon. The. members who arrived yesterday were: W. B. Dodge, of Jamestown, member of the council, accompanied by his wife and child. Councilman Collms, of Grand Forks, ac­ companied by his daughter. Councilman T. M. Martin, of Madison, Lake county. Representative R. McDonald, of Valley ity, Barnes county. Representative J. H. Patten, of Carthage, Miner county. Representative Wm. M. Berry, of Clark county. Representative D. W. Sprague, of Hope, Steele county. Representative D. S. Dodds, of Lakota, Nelson county...

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. — 14 January 1887

tV'f TWENTY LIVES LOST. In a Heavy Sea the German Ship Elizabeth Strands on .the, Coast of Virginia. s1-!V-j/'V1) A Brave Life-Savin? Crew Attempts Rescne the Crew and All Perish. I'.^r to The Desperate gtruggte for Life. NOBF OLK, YAm Jan. &—One-of the most disastrous shipwrecks which ever occurred on the Virginia coast, happened at 2 o'clock this morning near the Little Island life saving station, fourteen miles south of Cape Henry. Not less than twenty and probably more lives were lost, among them five live-saving men, who in the discharge of their duty were drowned. The morning was bitterly cold, and a blinding snow storm prevailed, with the wind blowing a gale from the northeast During a lull in the storm the life-saving patrol from the Little Island life-saving station, sighted a large ship stranded oh a bar about 800 yards from the shore. When he saw the vessel he Was going to meet tbe patrol from tlie Damneck station and exchange shots, showing that both patrolmen had go...

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. — 14 January 1887

Iff 5 ALL ABOARD. .[Continued from fifth page.] their wires, and the •will take his positio of bills begins, lJp|clock lISS 'grand entry" orator ition as soon as the*ihtro- |ST4X--: THK CHIEF EVENT Y&! T* in the legislature yesterday was tihedeliv i-tV'iWy of Governor Pierce's message, and the igSswene presented in the spacious hall of the house of representatives was calculated to fill the heart of the Dakotan with a feeling of admiration, and make him prouder than ever of the grand, imperial territory whose cloud-capped wisdom was spread out be­ fore his gaze. The comments on the message are all favorable, and the members from all sections are unanimous In the verdict that the governor has dealt fairly and ably with the questions of vital ss»cw and momentous interest to the people. The !,*i remarks of Judge Church, the appointed fci? governor, who will take his seat next week, were well selected and forcibly delivered, jifs and the applause that greeted his enthusi ^ygastic 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. — 21 January 1887

ISfS M"- «44 «t *y~t VOL. 14. NO. 34 a ''v LEGISLATIVE LORE. All's Well That Ends Well, and the Combination Fight Has So Ended. The Sultry Atmosphere Brings the Members Upon the Diamond For a Contest. LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP. [From Wednesday's Daily.] THE DPS AND DOWNS. And true it is that the "wisest plans o' mice an' men gang aft aglee." This quo­ tation from that sterling old-time Dakotan, Bobbie Burns, was inserted in these col­ umns yesterday as a friendly jest At the gentlemen who organized the house and elected Mr. Crose to the speakership. It is now inserted for the benefit of the second, or combination-breaking combination, on the principle that what is food for the goose is a reasonable diet for the gander. The hearts which on Monday bounded about in legislative breasts like zephyr tossed bubbles of glee are now Tathoming the depths of disappointment like leaden sinkers in a sullen sea. The eyes that twenty-four hours ago were sparkling with the radiaftce of joy are now heavy 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. — 21 January 1887

& ihv $• I •r -4 I1 5J/1 fV LEGISLATIVE LORE. A Number of Important Bills Intro­ duced in the Council—A §ynoj|- & sis of tbe Same. Between the Houae and MW Clash Coaneil Concerning the Honse: Newspaper Resolution. THK COUNCIL. i- The a usual form, 6, *'y FOURTH DAY, BISMARCK, Jan. 14,1887. day's session being opened in the Dr. GALLOWAY presented a petition of J.R. Deckard and other ministers, ask­ ing the enactment of a stringent marriage license and registry law. Mr.BOGERT presented a similar peti­ tion, also from ministers. BILLS INTRODUCED. Bills were introduced and read the first time as follows: By Mr. HUGHES—For establishing the Dokota experimental farm and forestry in stitution, accompanied by a memorial to the legislature from the Morton county forestry assocition, in which is set forth reasons why such an institution should be established and maintained by the terri­ tory. Also a bill providing for the support of indigent soldiers and sailors and their families. Als...

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