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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 March 1887

vS *M 'V. S1 i" §•& m^'a 1 .. T. TEARFUL BLIZZARDS, A Terrible Storm Passes Over^ the Entire Northwest, Blockading1 Trains Everywhere. So Afternoon or Evening: Trains Leave St. Panl Yesterday Predictions Verified. The Situation In Detail. ST. PAUL. Feb. 26.—Thestorm prevailing all over the northwest, comes from north era Montana, and while temperatures are sot ar-low ad during previous blizzards, the wind has been nnusuallv ^severe. At 10 o'clock to-night it is clear here but with a sparp wind blowing and thermometer 6 above and falling. The railroads had hardly recovered from proceeding storms. The Sioax City division ot the Omaha is blocked. Mine. Patti, who sings here Mon­ day night, spent the day coming from Omaha to Madison, Wis., by a special train. The Hastings & Dakota is blocked. The Minneapolis & St. Louis and the Minnesota •& Northwestern have experienced little trouble, The Northern Pacific ha9 had a terrible blizzard all along its Minnesota and Dakota di...

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. — 4 March 1887

ft. if L? Seneral, fs-'-fe %v! fc?. Se Vrv'-i •I SW"ii jt:" te fe' S&T Mi •$yv. ft? V, 3® COURT MATTERS. An Able Charge to the United States Grand Jury Delivered by Judge Francis. The Functions and Duties of Grand Jury Clearly Set Forth. A New Sale Hade. The following is the charge delivered to the grand jury of the United States court by Judge Fraricis, after the oath had been administered to them: GENTLEMEN OP THE GBAKD JUBY: YOU have been summoned as grand jurors in the district court of the Sixth judicial district of the territory of Dakota, having and ex­ ercising under the constitution and laws of the United States the same jurisdiction as is vested in the circuit and district courts of the United States. Tour province, therefore, differs somewhat from tne ordi­ nary territorial grand jury. You, for the time being, represent in this district the United States of America, and are called upon to investigate any complaint that may be made before you with respect to the violat...

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. — 4 March 1887

1 QTt & JHK DAY'S WORK. "[Continued from Third Page. '.:-' .- .,.:' Kfe-sky lieve that two handsome boquets will he sent to the senate chamber iu a tew days* and that they will be labeled respectively •as follows: "From the ladies of Mitchell to .Senator Dodge, and "From the marriage­ able ladies of Mitchell to Senator McCum ber." As to what these gentlemen will re­ ceive from auk ton, we are not prepared to say, but will risk the guess that it will not be in the form of a boquet AN estimable lady now visiting the city was very much chagrined because her hus­ band's breath once upon a time was per­ fumed by the fragrance of the bar. But it came to pass that she was taken ill and the husband purchased a bottle of liquor for medicinal use. The good wife refused to taste the liquor, and while her husband was away poured it from the plain bottle into a flask which had a safety cork, and placed it in her trunk, the object being to get it in a bottle from which it could not spill. The...

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. — 4 March 1887

10 -0- for the division of Lawrence county, with­ out his approval. ,. On motion referred to the judiciary committee. Another report from the governor trans­ mitted the report of the special committee which visited Montana. Ordered printed in the .journal. House Bills Explained. UNIVERSITY REPORT. No. 275. By. Mr. White, requiring the hoard of regents of the university of North Dakota on October 1st preceding each reg­ ular meeting of the legislative assembly to make a detailed report to the, governor of tiie exact condition of the institution. MUNICIPAL TAXES. No. 276. By. Mr. Mentzer, authorizes any incorporated city, town or village of not less than 3,000 ineabitants to levy and col­ lect annual taxes as follows: For an inter terest fund, to pay the existing bonded in­ debtedness incurred under the direction of the board of education, not exceeding twelve mills upon a dollar of valuation for a sinking fund to pay off such bonds, not to exceed tw mills for sctiool purposes, not to...

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. — 11 March 1887

VOL. 14. NO. 41 FROM WASHINGTON. The Effects of the Failure ot the Fortification Appropriation Bill. Secretary Manning Withdraws from Office—His Probable Successor Notes. WASHINGTON WAIFS. FAILURE TO FORTIFY WASHINGTON, March 9.—'Touching the failure of congress to pass a fortification appropriation bill, General Bennett, the chief of ordnance, to-day said that the re­ sult is to leave the fortification and ord­ nance works in worse shape than they were after the adjournment of the previous sesssion. At that time there were fag ends of appropriations available, but now the ordnance bureau and the engineer corps must come to a full stop, so far as concerns the construction of guns and fortification^. The engineer corps said the general has about surrendered its military functions and has been resolved into a body of civil­ ians devoting all the time to river and har­ bor improvement Two 12-inch rifled can­ nons, cast iron, strengthened with steel, have been laying for months incomple...

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. — 11 March 1887

^|V SK: wv 2&I'- m- wtx I' 'I?-?' $&'• !vv 1^" & v?-s mk NEARING THE END. The Work of the Dakota Legisla 14S s?® tare and the Status of The Laws. -'A Pew Bills Introduced, a Few Passed, and Several Topics Pithily Discassed. IM* FIFTY-THIRD DAY. WL BISMARCK, March 4, 1887. Mr. SHELDON of Day stated that the |u President was detained at the depot await li.'ing the arrival of a train from the east, and moved that Mr. McCumber be called to the Ji^chair .temporarily, which motion pre •vailed. Mr. CAIN moved to suspend the rules, for placing council bill No. 212 on its pas sage at this time. The motion prevailed. This bill is to legalize advertisements in jps^ foreclosure proceedings which werepub lished only six times, instead' of seven times, as of late required by the courts. The bill passed unanimously. Mr. CAMPBELL moved to suspend the jp.v.-" rules for placing council bill No. 251 on its ^nt- passage at this time. The motion pre I' 1 vailed. The bill appropriates $491 to...

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. — 11 March 1887

iHe then opposed specifically the clause of ^the bill granting women the right to vote •at municipal elections. He was opposed to ^woman's suffrage in general because, be "believed women were so much better than men that men should do nothing to drag 'them down to their own level by permitting her to meddle With the filth of the. politics of the day. He said the members had been presented „.wUh a little badge« whiclihad printed upon 4t the words, "True to Home." That was the platform on which he stood. It was not the mothers, he said, who were asking tor suffrage. Itj was the old maids and the grass widows. When he went to the polls it was not for J. H. Fletcher alone that he voted. It was for his mbther, his wife and his daughter as well.' He represented the fam­ ily, and the family were willing he should continue to do so. He said that there was no man in this legislature who loved his mother, his wife and his daughter more than he did, and did any one believe that he would cast h...

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. — 11 March 1887

4 v.i4 fe: .clir.i •im jf f- l&i iy ,v u. -t: 1 V. rv^ tEtie §iswawb ®tibMttf. #al|SSF'fl BY M. H. JEWELL. THE 1A1LY TRIBUTE, Published erery morning, except Monday, at Bis marok, Dakota, is delivered by oarrier to all parts »t ttocitr. at 25 oenta per week, or $1 per mra+h. STJB8CBIPTION KATES: Daily one month, postage paid. Daily thiee monthB, postage pud. Dally six months, postage pud. Daily one year, postage paid The WBCKIITTBIBUXKthree DAILY TBIBCNXthe The The Bf«t ipj.-.••••••.• The Mandan Pioneer is on its" stilts because Representative Greene is sup­ porting a bill* providing wiping out the unorganized infant county of Villard, and placing its lands within the counties of Stark and Billings, which counties are organized. The Pioneer states that the object of the bill is to deprive Villard county of "the $15,000 of railroad tax that now lies in the territorial treasury in trust, awaiting the organization of Vil­ lard county." This statement betrays a dense ignorance of fa...

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. — 11 March 1887

I II av^ Jk & A A THE ARENA. *•1 fcC* Pictures and Pointers of Legislative Life in Lobby, House and Chamber Caught on the Wing and Caged to Entertain the Tribune's Readers. LIGHTS AND SHADOWS EXCITEMENT AMONG THE SOVEREIGNS. The mobile-featured and Beecher-visaged ~W. C. Plummer has emerged from his Traill.ctfunty jungle, and is now the cen­ tral figure of the Third house in this city. Since the eloquent colonel's arrival a scheme has been inaugurated to depose Squattor Governor Hannifin and elect Plummer to the squatter gubernatorial chair. The jolly old campaigner is moving around among the boys as happy as a big fat duck in a placid sea, and the genial mirth that radiates from his face is win­ ning votes for this diabolical scheme, that is to be executed to-morrow evening, at which time it is the intention of the in­ triguers to remove the illustrious Hannifin from the high position among the sover­ eigns. But Denny is not idle. He is now •a greater "antagonizer" than ever, a...

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. — 11 March 1887

f§|| i-V'- .. :i-'.l:P S 'W wii?'- fef-jV,'.- llKiv: W• f^ %:••/-. '. Vv' W': fi:' •'M p' It'- V' wmm FEED FOR FARMERS.. ^e Northern Pacific Arrange* for Fur nishtns Feed In Smaller Quantities. IM S. L. Moore, assistant general freight agent of the Northern Pacific railroad, was In the city yesterday making arrange­ ments for furnishing feed to farmers who are unable to buy it in large consignments. Last fall the railroad company made the rates on oats and other feed at a reduced rate from Fargo and St. Paul by the car­ load, but it has been found that this gave feed no cheaper to the many farmers who had not so much ready money as that amount required. The railroad authorities have Sow induced the local dealers to han­ dle ?eed for them and to deliver it in the quantities desired to all farmers who suf­ fered from drouth. The dealers will con­ tinue to give farmers all the credit it is in the least degree advisable. The freight rates from Oakes to Bismarck is the same as from Fargo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 11 March 1887

•rr- \tt I .[Continued from Third .Page.] suspended and that house joint resolution recalling from the speaker house bill No. 303 be read the first, second and third time and placed upon its final passage. The mo­ tion prevailed, and the bill passed—ayes, -35 nays, £. HOUSE BILIIS INTRODUCED. No. 343. By Mr. WILLIAMS, of Bur­ leigh—Amending section i, chapter 106, of the laws of 1881. No.342. By Mr.-AIKENS—An act to establish a public school law of Dakota. No. &44. By Mr. WOLZMUTH—Supple­ mentary to council bill 126, entitled an act providing for certain legal printing, and fixing compensation therefore No.84L By Mr. FELLOWS—A joint resolution recalling from the governor house bill'303, entitled an act requiring certain orders, judgments and decrees in probate be recorded. THIRD BEADING OF BOUSE BILLS. No. 274. An act for the maintenance of the university at Vermillion. Passed— ayes, 31 nays, none. No. 288. Appropriating money lor the maintenance or tne university of North Dakot...

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. — 11 March 1887

8 ~ih THE LAST DAY. The Work of the Dakota Legisla­ ture and the Status of The Laws. A Few Bills Introduced, a Few Passed, and Several Topics Pithily Discussed. COUNCIL. FIFTY-NINTH DAY. BISMARCK, March 9,1887. Mr. HUGHES moved that the council go into executive session, which motion pre vailod, and during the session the nomina­ tions of Mr. Templeton to be attorney gen­ eral, and Mr. Harris to be public examiner, were confirmed. It was reported about the building thattlie nomination of Major Ed­ wards to be public examiner had been withdrawn, he having declined the ap­ pointment. E. S. Tyler, of Fargo was sub stitnied for Mai. Edwards and confirmec. All house bills on the secretary's table were passed to their second reading and reference. COUNCIL BILLS PASSED. No. 208. Allowing religious educational incorporations to have not exceeding twenty-one directors or trustees.' No. 281. Authorizing county commis­ sioners, in certain cases, to compromise de­ linquent taxes at not less tha...

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. — 18 March 1887

•j. vH"" &V «i.ij mu 'U'idr fH: A- I A Heavily Loaded Passenger Train on the Boston & Provideiiee Ry Goes Through a Bridge. Over One Hundred People Killed and Injured—A. Graphic Descrip­ tion of the Wreck. The Cause ot the Disaster. BOSTON, March 14.—A heavily loaded passeiiger train on the Boston & Provi­ dence railroad went through a bridge at about 7 o'clock this morning, between Ros lindale and Forest Hill. Some thirty-three persons were killed and forty injured. The engine and three cars went over the bridge safely but five others went through the bridge to the road beneath, a distance of thirty feet The last car, which was a smoker, turned over and struck on top of the others, all being crushed almost out of shape. The wreck as it lies makes an ap­ palling ruin. There lies the great trough filled with torn, twisted, crushed and splin 'tered railroad property. An adequate de­ scription of the shapeless mass is impos­ sible. The bridge entirely gave way before it rea...

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. — 18 March 1887

If SK'/ :V&v.' THEY ADJOURN. Both Houses-of the Seventeenth Legr k^jislative Assembly Adjourn S. Promptly at Midnights A Most Valuable and Creditable Ses Ssion Closed With Appropri ate Resolutions. A Urge Day's Work. COVHjOi.li. SIXTIETH AND LAST DAY. Morning Session. BISMARCK, March 11,1887. Mr. HUGHES Immediately after the opening moved to proceed to the consider­ ation of house bills on their third reading. The motion prevailed. HOUSE BILLS PASSED. No. 816. Requiring abstractors of title to give bonds and establishing their legal fees. No. 222. Authorizing payment of com­ pensation due road supervisors. No. 276. Authorizing cities, towns and villages to levy limited taxes for interest and sinking funds for payment of indebt­ edness. With amendments. No. 159. Creating the counties of Pierce and Church and defining the boundaries of Bottineau, Rolette, etc. No. 835. To pay the deficiency in expen­ ses of the railroad commission and for railroad maps. No. 169. Locating and estab...

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. — 18 March 1887

*•••'•**. iV .- KV* /I: 5" HE NEW LAWS A Complete List of the Acts Passed the Seventeenth Session. A Large Grist Ground Out, Many of Which Are Very fin ,-, .. portant. ./-vA-V^.'.r Originating in the Council. 2. To regulate grain warehouses and the '§0s inspection, weighing and handling of MSfe grain,- and defining the duties of the •~^$V-?*aMroad and warehouse commission in .Elation thereto. 7. To create the office of public examiner, defining the duties, and dividing the ter ritory into two examiner districts. 20. To regulate the practice of pharmacy, the licensing of persons to carry on such practice and the sale of poisons in the territory of Dakota. 21. To legalize the acts of HenryKrough as notary public "of the territory of Da­ kota. 24. To amend section S of chapter 94 of the general laws passed in the year 1883. 25. To attach the counties of Stanly, Sterling and Nowlin to the county of Hughes for judicial purposes. 27. Amending section 610 of the code of civil procedure. 28...

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. — 18 March 1887

i-JvV ®te fjjissmaMfc ®ribtt«e. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY T1UBUNE, Pablirflied every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte •f the city at 25 cents per week, or $1 per mon'h. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Oaily one month, postage paid, Daily three months, postage (told, Oaily six months, postage paid, »«ily one year, postage paid $ 1 00 8 00 5 00 -10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Right pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Priday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one %-ear $2 tsix months, $1 three months, 75 cents. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a of Dakota affairs. Its oircu ition is large.bothin the territory and the States. The DAILY TRIBUNE, like the weekly edition, containing the foil associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all nothwestern towns and military poets remote from railroad lines....

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. — 18 March 1887

4-^ I 1 ... i. A 1 THE ARENA. "The Session Closed,. the (S»»e, and Peace is the Throne. W Members On 8 benes Daring: the Closiner Honrs of the Seventeenth Legisla­ tive Assembly. Closing Scenes. Let the rogues' march be played. It mai­ den little late, but the echoes of the music as it reverberates through the gladdened air of Dak »ta will catch the ears of the candi •dates and schemers, the wire pullers and combination makers who are now march­ ing empty handed And unmoumed to their 'various homes. The members of the legislature, or at least a good working majority, have now ahe respect of those who have observed their conduct, and all admit that the legis Jative body was far abbve the dime museum aggregations that have gathered in the past. The assembly was no discredit to Dakota and did much less harm than was Anticipated. Many of the solons are men •of good ^ability and talent and a few won •laurels of an enviable order. The scene Saturday night was brilliant -:ind interesting. ...

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 March 1887

il# WAKE UP. The Booms that Bloom in the Spring Have Qome, and Bismarck Rejoices. m* The Floods in the West—The Smng fiTlioff Case—Woods Case Continued. The Hashing of the Waters, is about time for the dynamite to be taken from the storehouse in Mandan add touched off in the ice of the Missouri and little Heart rivers. The Northern Pacific train which arrived from the west last Tuesday was delayed over seventy hours by the floods west of the river, and the streams are all overflowing tlieir banks with threatening freedom. Passengers who arrived last night report that the scene between Billings and Mandan is as fearful as it is interesting. The large irrigating ditch from the Yellowstone river to Bil­ lings broke over its banks and flooded the country, washing out a Northern Pacific culvert a mile east of Billings to such an extent that it required thirty hours for re­ pairs. A half a mile from this point it washed out an embankment for nearly eighty feet, and the track here was sup­...

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 March 1887

?. MMMrc3SS*v*~ BISMARCK'S POSITION. Its Great Advantage, On the Biver, Cjrigr tli inter-Stete^Com- jraerce Law. W Oar lenkants, Millers and Brewers Gain Absolute Control of Their Territory. St. Paal and Chicago Competition Sfcat Out—Dulath and Bis­ marck the Masters. While Dulath is making the most of the probable effects of the interstate com­ merce bill and very soundly claiming larger benefits than will inure to any other city in the northwest, Bismarck is silent— too much legislature, probably, to date. Bismarck is one of the lucky points under this law, as an examination of the facts will show. She is on the Missouri river, and as a principle it can be laid down that all navigable river, lake and seaboard towns ate to be benefited by the operations of the inter-state commerce act The rea­ son lies in the steamboat competition which is now regulated by the new law. Steamboats on a fair basis can under-haul £team cars. The former are only driven from rivers by the rate wars and ...

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 March 1887

ri 8 THE RIVER BOOM: *The Latest Report From Fort Bnford States that the Flood is Coming1. Little Missouri Settlers Fleeing Gorges Breaking—Local News Gathered Hereand There. The River. At a late hour last'evening the river at Washburn was eight feet above the bank9, which means a rise of about twenty-five feet In consequence of the great amount, of water held above by the gorges the river fell at this point, and will continue to fall •ntil the upper gorges break. The frost of Wednesday night checked the flow of ice In the streams, and not until another thaw will the danger return. As it warmed up considerably yesterday afternoon there is good reason for believing that the Washburn and Painted Woods gorges will break and that in less than twenty-four hours the immense flood of water will come down. In conversation with old rivermen yester­ day it was learned that the ice is firm and olid and is not easily broken. They pre icted that the ice would not break on the iers of the bridge,...

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