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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 18 February 1887

4* "1" 0' 'W1 vj worthy of special mention (or their artis tio perfection. In addition to tile papers above mentioned, which are as interest­ ingly written as finely illustrated, the Teader finds "Sphiry Ann," by Mat Crim, lively contribution, "Fattier Taylor and ^/-^Oratory," by Walt Whitman, a glowing "tribute, uid "The Bailing of Jefferson ?J|I)ayis," by Ot. P. Lathrop, an interesting ^jhistoricaljaper. -vf' £& The Forum for February contains ar tides such as highly commend themselves to everybody, simply from the perusal of its table of contents, and the authors. "The Use and Abuse of Wealth," by Prof. 0- F. Ward, is valuable in economic literature "The Needs of New York Harbor," by Commander H. 0. Taylor, an important contribution to national defense literature "The Future of the Minority," by Rev. George Batohelor "4'Religious Exercises in State Schools," by Noah K. Davis "The Orusade Against the Saloon," by Rev. A. J. F.'Behrends 'The Evils of Indirect Taxation," by John ...

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. — 18 February 1887

gSfl \A hi fe\ il IV- 'r ,t 4 |i?. ft SM $ ts fl 4 & v.* •. b- .'ft!'--,',: VS To n' i* 1 21V #A I KSf S* WASHINGTON NEWS. a»Mj The President Vetoes the Dependent Soldiers' and Sailors' Pension Bill. 1 ,s fe|% Bis Objections Set Forth in Many Words, Accompanied by Fact and Figures. SENATE. INFORMATION WANTED. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.—A resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Plumb, calling on the secretary of the interior for infor­ mation as to the existence of a rule in the pension office whereby hearings are re­ fused to applicants because they have ap­ plied to congress for relief, was adopted. THE BADS BILL. The senate then resumed consideration of the Eads bill, and Mr. Hoar concluded his argument in support of it. The bill was then laid aside temporarily. BIGHT OF WAT GRANTED. The senate bill to authorize the Billings, Clarks Fork & Cook City Railroad com­ pany to construct a railway through the Crow Indian reservation was was passed. £The senate bill granting the Utah Mid­ ...

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. — 18 February 1887

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES. Tlie City of Augusta, He., Visited by the Forked-Tongned Monster at Cost ot $185,000. Thirty Building^ Destroyed in Ana­ conda, Mont.—Loss, $75,000— General News Notes. Fire at Augusta. Me. AUGUSTA, MEL, 7 p. ni—A. terrible fire is raging here. The town is lighted up from market to market, a mile and a half, and everybody is wild with excitement. The fire department seems powerless to check the flames and a most disastrons burning is predicted. The splendid Masonic hall and theatre where the fire originated, the Globe hotel, the stores of Daily and Armstrong, and James G. Daily are al­ ready gutted, and the Central hotel, J. B. White's extensive wholesale and retail stores, J. Govely's shoe house, the Chron­ icle office and intervening buildings are seriously threatened. The fire broke out at 6 o'clock, and is now raging more fiercely than at any time since it origi­ nated. The losses are:Masonic theater and lodge building, $78,000 Globe hotel, $40,000 Dolly A Arm...

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. — 18 February 1887

toiW Ml Wi •ft' •Vj^V: •M&- fi i.C'- & '•. &»>• ij/n -». #. rt FARMING COLONIES.=-• ^y-S HOLLAND'S THREE "OOROS" FOR THE, UNFORTUNATE POOR, BMIIM Kaiaaesaful Attempt to the Dream Many a Philanthropist—Facts for ''4he Humanitarian's Consideration. Work on the "Farina." Tbe founder of the Dutch agricultural eokmies was Gen. Van den Bosch, about seventy yean ago. It is to the genius of this man that Eolland owes the splendid de­ velopment of her East Indies, especially the Island of Java. He instituted what ra called the Society of Beneflcency, which at* tained a membership of 20,000 during the first years of its existence. A subscription •L* was the requisite for membership. With the funds thus obtained and some gov­ ernment aid the society acquired three great tracts of wild heath land, to which other tracts were from time to time added. Tbe original scheme was an attempt to make a prosperous community out of a mixt­ ure of the poor, the beggars, the indolent •ltd the ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 18 February 1887

l^fl If te" FWR A iif 88®" THEARENA-H_ [Continued from Third Page. & It if some influential member of the senate will secure the manuscript from Mr. Kings­ bury, this literary product will appear in $B these columns. COTTNCM.A THIRTY-FOURTH DAY. 0' ?V BISMARCK, Feb.44, 188tf. Mr. GRIGSBY called attention to House Bill No. 15, fixing the times for terms of court' in the fourth* judicial district, and moved a suspenslon of rules for its immedi­ ate consideration on third reading. The motion prevailed, the bill was amended as ^recommended by the committee on judici­ ary, and was then passed. SIOUX FALL8 BOND BILL. Mr. HUGHES moved to suspend the rules, for immediate consideration on third reading of House BillNo. 171, for legalizing jhe action of Sioux Falls in its contract with the Burlington & Northern railroad, and providing for the issue and sale of bonds thereunder. The motion prevailed, and the bill was then read and passed. THE MITCHELL COURT BILL. Mr. SMITH offered a re...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 18 February 1887

r" I fvf fe I ... I one side and three on the Other. He was In favor of this bill, and proposed to vote •forit. Mr. STEWART, of Walsh, thought the gentleman would be the last person who would need information on legal points, as he was always so ready to give out infOr mation of that kind Himself. Mr. ADAMS said this bill had been be­ fore the railroad committee twice. All the attorneys had had ample opportunity to look up the question of its constitutional­ ity, and he thought there was no good '•ground for further delay. Mr. ADAMS moved to lay the motion to recommit on the table, and the roll call brnhg demauded there were ayes, 26 nays, 16—so the motion prevailed. Mr. WILLIAMS of Burleigh, moved that further consideration of the bill be post­ poned until 8 o'clock tomorrow. Mr. ELLIOTT hoped the motion would not prevail. He thought it was simply fl& anOtner scheme to smother the bill and he Si,* htofcd its friends would stand by it. Lw »,SjThe motion was lost. GREEN"E moved a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

1 V?#/ ./trwfW^&a^Vrs*. 1 fiVi V, .•** $ *,-•, sisVw *H K*" 'r S^Vv ov^w^&? -A.,' y(7) THE MEASURE KILLED The Honse Passes Belmont's Instead of the Senate Retaliatory Bill, Which Defeats Legislation. Tlfe Senate Passes the Bill Transfer­ ring: the Signal Service tft the Bureau of Agriculture. SENATE. THE SIGNAL SERVICE TRANSFERRED. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.—The bill to create a department of agriculture and labor came up. Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, made an ar­ gument in support of the bill. The several amendments reported by the senate com­ mittee on agriculture to the house bill were agreed to, down to the one providing for the transfer of che signal service bureau to the department of agriculture and labor which led to a discussion. Mr. Morgan moved to amend the amend­ ment by limiting it to the weatjjer service of the signal service bureau—agreed to, and the section was further amended on motion of Mr. Allison, by including in the subordinate force the second lieutenants now in s...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

»?™, ?TflE ARENA. Pictures and Pointers of Legislative ^..Life iu Lobby, House and,. From S. A. .Hurlburt Post Grand Army of the Republic of Elk Point, saying there is no immediate necessity for a soldiers' home in Dakota, and that when the veter­ ans of that post find they need one they will go to,the states from which they en­ listed. To the committee on appropria­ tions. From citizens of Reynolds, Dak., express­ ing confidence in the patriotism and wis­ dom of Dr. Collins, and praying for the passage of his bill, No. 6. To the commit­ tee on railroads. From Hamilon, Yankton and elsewhere, three numerously signed petitions for woman suffrage. To the special commit­ tee consisting of Councilman McCumber. From Big Springs, Pierre and elsewhere, several petitions praying for astringent prohibitory law. COMMITTEE REPORTS. Council bill No. 197 was recommended to pres. Council bills Nos. 20 and 153, for regulating the practice of pharmacy, were reported together, with amendments, and fa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

jrf4w!-5r«e^^- AS^AI. :. ':•"&•• r7 tl '••C-* '.sM ,*• ,Cl$*P$ tji^" «hd the roll being called there were sg^pgj^jK' 21 nays, 21—so the motion was lost tl ncHk'T Jr ,, /Jp$s r. .v,t_, ,..*««v/r JL-^ A Message from the governor announced ••:-'."-:Si5"#4 his signature to house bills Nos. 171, 15 ipiv^^ana'TS. .The missing members having returned, it was moved by Mr. MENTZER that the #&«$&£ house adopt the report of the committee of the.wholes. .• MC V* Mr. AIKENS moved to lay the motion of ii Mr. Mentzer on the table. as a a an do he on to lay on the table, and it resulted as follows: ayes, 23 nays, 21. So the motion to lay on •v: the table prevailed. Mr. ADAMSmoved that consideration of "4 the bill be made the special order for one week from to-day. The roll being'called, there were ayes. 28 nays, 21—not the requisite two-thirds. Mr. WILLIAMS, of Burleigh, moved fcliat the bill be recommitted to the committee on Judiciary, and on division the motion prevailed—ayes, 22: na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

lt$ w.\ I hr m- ite j£# It® II til 3%t Hfcmatfb SEiitame. BY M. H, JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by oarrier tp all parta •f the city at 25 oente per week, or #1 per mou«-h. BTJBBOBIPTION KATES: dally one month, postage paid, Daily three months, postage paid. Daily six months, postage pud, Daily one year, postage paid v, $ 1 00 8 00 5 00 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pagea, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one rear |2 six months, $1 three months, 7S cents. The WEEKLY TBLBDNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is togej&oth in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBXBUMX, like the -weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, IB adeeirable advertising medium through which to teach all nothwestern t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

BRILLIANT WEDDING. S "to/ The Marriage of James A. Haight with Miss Nellie Pierce at the Bride's Home A Most Brilliant Event—Large At­ tendance, Magnificent Presents, XJniversal Congratulation. re It is not surprising that the wedding of Miss Nellie Pierce with Mr. James A. Haight, Thursday, was a brilliant and memorable event. It would indeed have been surprising had the event been other­ wise. The words which sealed the happi­ ness of the popular young couple were pro­ nounced by the Rev, C. B. Austin at noon. The charming bride-was given to the lucky groom by her father, Governor Pierce, and the formality of groomsmen and brides­ maids was dispensed with. As the couple inarched into the neatly decorated parlor, which was redolent of fragrant and bloom­ ing flowers, Mendelssohn's wedding march was rendered with fine effect. The cere­ mony was brief but impressive and after congratulations the guests were invited to abounteous spread, where joy and repartee, mirth and friendship bl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

I N ^'i:' li Wi & VALENTINE'S DAY. HOW A BISHOP'S NAME CAME TO BE .PERPETUATED. the Vulgar Valentine and Its Base Uses. A Weapon in Vogue" wltli the Coward­ ly and Vile—Demons of Spite—School­ boys' Opportunity. The revenges of time are very peculiar. There was Bishop Valentine. See what he was made to suffer for nearly 2,000 years. It was about 1,626 years ago that he was foully set upon, arrested, beaten with clubs, and finally beheaded. This was, to say the least, very harsh treatment of an elderly and respectable prelate. He had aroused local feeling in some way, of course, or all this would not have happened. But how? Many believe to this day that he was the author of the practice of sending love messages on Feb. 14, and that his punishment was not incommensurate with his crime. But history exonerates him from so serious a charge. The poor old man had no cupidal experiences that any one ever heard of. His offense was no worse than befriending the Christian martyrs in the pe...

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. — 25 February 1887

$*» .-v*v II a ANTI-POLYGAMY BILL. A Brief Synopsis of the New Poly­ gamy Bill Which Has Passed Both Houses of Congress. General Sheridan Gives the House Committee His Opinion on the 8nbt|ect of Coast Defenses. SENATE. THE ANTI-POLYGAMY BILL. WASHINGTON, Feb. 18.—In the senate, bills were reported from committees, as follows: To authorize the Stillwater & Cook City Railroad compauy to transact and operate a railway through the Iron River Indian reservation. Mr. Sabin, who reported the bill, called it up for the pur­ pose of offering an amendment and of sub­ mitting some remarks upon the necessity of regulating the issue of railroad secur­ ities, Mr. Edmunds presented a conference re­ port on the Utah polygamy bill in the shape of a substitute for both the senate 4 and house bills. After a long debate the conference report was agreed to—yeas, 37 nays, 13. The bill which now goes to the president is as follows: The first six sections of the bill ajjply to prosecutions for bigamy, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 25 February 1887

iety. He threw off his coat, spit upon his hands, loosened his suspenders ana threw his very soul into the fruitful game. But one more throw remained and the game was a tie, the dextrous maiden having been remarkably accurate and successful. Ho bart gazed wistfully about the room, and taking careful aim he won. He leaped wildly for joy, -prang forward to reccive his reward, when lo and behold, the cruel Senator Sheldon rushed in and stole the fond embrace. The disappointed Hobart, crazed with jealousy and burning with rage, put on his coat, walked out of the asylum, and placing a chip on his shoulder, invited Mr. Sheldon to knock it off. From this time on the maiden refused to speak to Hobart or Sheldon and paid her atten­ tions to Senator Matthews during the re­ mainder of the day. Scattering Shots. A poor little wizen-faced popinjay named Price recently visited Bismarck for the purpose of contributing legisla­ tive correspondence to the Mitchell Re­ publican. He asked the writer t...

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. — 4 March 1887

VOL. 4. NO. 40 WASHINGTON WAIFS. The Senate Becoming' Uneasy Con­ cerning the Fate of Important Appropriation Bills. The Democrats Accused of impeding Legislation, and are Ably De­ fended by Mr. Randall. SENATE. ANXIOUS ABOUT APPROPRIATION BILLS. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.—The uaval appro­ priation bill was laid before the Senate and read the first time. Dr. Halle said: I see but one result from the position in which the Senate is placed by the premedi­ tated delay on the part of the other body and that result must clearly be what I think nine men out of ten deprecate an ex­ tra session of Congress. The committee on appropriations will do its work as well as it can. It will stay day and hight as it has done and Sundays, but it cannot per­ form impossibilities. Mr. Allison, chairman of the committee on appropriations, said: I regret to say to the senate that these bills are not in condition at this time to be considered with deliberation by this body before the end of the present congress,...

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. — 4 March 1887

^stK W I- -.%•• AJ.1:. :v f&h W' t? THE DAY'S WORK. LIV'V?' The Work of the Dakota tare and the Status the Laws. Legisla of A I a a and Several Topics Pithily Discussed.' VI?: COUNCIL. FORTY-FIFTH DAY. BISMARCK, Feb. 24,1887. A communication was received from M. X. McCormack, territorial secretary, in­ viting the council to attend a reception to lie given at the capitol this evening, in honor of Governor Church, by ex-Governor Pierce and the territorial officers. PETITIONS, ETC. Memorials and petitions were presented, as follows: Five, from the Woman's Christian Temperance union, for legal pro­ tection of women and raising the age of consent one, remonstrating against reduc­ tion of exemptions four, for the enactment of Collins' railroad and warehouse bill, be­ ing council bill No. 6 five, for enactment of a stringent prohibitory liquor law and two, for the establishment of a soldiers' home. All were referred to committees. CITY BONDING LAW. Council bill No. 112 was reported fro...

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. — 4 March 1887

^v,:vr .••••. v. ^issuing of $92,500 in 6 per cent bonds for two additional wings, not to exceed in cost $85,000 each, and fqr other improve ,, ^ment8 and furnishings specialized. JW SALARY OP COUNTY OFFICERS. i.No. 258. By Mr. Moore, provides that the salary of all salaried county officers j-',' Shall be fixed by the county commissioners i. at their regular October meeting previous ."' -to commencement of the term of office of such officers, and the salary shall be neith er increased or diminished during the term. JUDICIAL SUBDIVISION. No. 259. By Mr. Bidlake, creates the county of Cavalier, a subdivision of the Third judicial district, and requires terms of the district court to be held annually at Langdon, its county seat COMPILATION OF TERRITORIAL LAWS. No. 251. By the judiciary committee provides for the apportionment by the gov­ ernor, with the consent of the council, a compiler and assistant compiler of laws, whose duty it shall be to compile^ arrange, publish and distribute ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 March 1887

»¥v Rw- 7tS Wfr m.t'z \m p$'- P^j fit |i': gffe i' ife rap: •t & rfl '-K8&' -ite tfr Bfc fe: It e#,? & i-Hfc KfcB? grx- :.B ftif pill p-p. Mi if? %vi 39* i. Hfc* ffeimaMfe Mite. 4, BY M. H. JKWKLl. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, exoept Mondajr.at Bi» matok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts •f the otty at 28 oents per week, or $1 per monh. BUB80BD?TI0N BATES gaily one monti Daily three montl _. Oaily six months, poetage Dnily one year, postage paid kW?WA* r«i* ,*o A ft? The W1 j$t£ sm I IP IP !P Daily Tbibuns, 1 00 like the weekly edition, containing the toll associated press dispatches, is a desirable adYertising medium throium which to teach all nothwestenTtownfe and military pasts remote from railroad lines. The Dial Thibun* will be found on file at the QnnAFsioifio hotel, and Lord & Thomas, ad* Tertising agents, Chicago, and at reading rooms •ad news depots throughout the oountry. The general eastern advertising agent of the Tnrnmr» A. F. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 March 1887

I t»t, .. A. "L I 1 ir Wflil 7 -v *^v$rr $ •.x &)M'.r0 .%"V 5 '. 1 tr«HW f, -P J4j^ y£ '^V^w^UN* THE ARENA. Plctares and Pointers of Legislative Life in Lobby, House and ,-, .Chamber Caught on the Wing* and Caged to Entertain the Tribune's Readers. AND SHADOWS fJFrom Tuesday's Daily. I Ou WHITES TO HIS MKMBElt. PRAIRIE BLAST P. On Feb. 28, '87. MY DEAR JOHN:—I suppose that I ought to address you as "Hon.," but the legisla­ ture soon adjourns, the boys will all be calling you "Jack" again in a few days, and I thought I would begin by letting you down easy. John, you promised to let me know how things progressed at the capital during the winter. You said that you would write to me when you succeeded in getting through the bill for the reduction of taxes on our farms and «tock. Ton agreed that when you wiped out the soul­ less corporations and turned the money from the purse-proud capitalists into the pockets of the poor, you would let me know. I have waited patiently for a let­ te...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 March 1887

li­ fe Wrl I &•: .. $ IP Is $8$ CONGRESSIONAL. Senator Plumb Expresses His Opin­ ion That Minister Phelps is a Toady. mt The House Refuses to Concur in ^Amendments to the River and Harbor Bill. "v: vS^-AI m'"' mf- SENATE. MB. INGALLS ELECTED PRESIDENT. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.—The resolution to elect Mr. Ingalls president pro tem. was passed by a strict party vote. The democrats voted in favor of Mr. Harris. The supply of Grand Army of the Bepub ...., lie petitions in favor of the dependent pen sion bills was larger to-day than usual. I They were all laid on the table. The resolution offered by Mr. Van Wyck proposing a constitutional amendment 5 for the election of senators by a direct vote of the people was taken up and advocated 'by Mr. V»n. Wyck. The conference report on the bill for a branch home for disabled volunteer sol­ diers was agreed to. The senate then resumed consideration of the pleuro-pneumonia bill. The pending question was the amendment offered yes terday by Mr. Ves...

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