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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 April 1888

THE BISMARCK-44 SOO.' Gen. Washburn's Statement as to the Great Consolidated What, it Means. Completion of Lowry Road at Once Plenty of Money—Canadian Pacific in it. Bismarck's Turn. General Washburn, president of the old *'Soo" line, makes this statement to the Minneapolis TRIBUNE, and is, therefore, the highest .authority on the new consoli­ dated: The consolidation of the "Soo" and the Minneapolis & Pacific is the most impor­ tant thing that has been done in railroad circles for many a day. The roaas have been practically under one management since its organization, and the same officers will continue to operate the new road. There may be a few changes, but not in the principal officers. The Aberdeen, Bismarck & Northwestern road, which has been graded, has been taken into the system and will be pushed to completion at once. The new road will now have about 1,000 miles of track under its direct control. It will be a local road and will benefit the twin cities more than an...

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. — 27 April 1888

I:' 6 «f W =r [f i»l-- IK 111 *. & Ik $ H? f,l1 1 IS- & 1 Ik I feft !fr IS-" |i I:' 9-i' 1-1. l:5K: $ |lf? '&•' I I'fv-• r, Mf vv. i- & fr-T' f- i' ST. BERNARD DOGS. THEY BEAR THE MARKS OF CEN­ TURIES OF GOOD BREEDING. Their Genealogy Dates Back Mure Than 900 Years Two Varieties, tlie Rough and tlie Smooth Coated—Their Leading Characteristics. Any one who has been lost in a snow storm, rendered insensible by cold, and then been awakened by a noble brute licking his hands and face one who has watched the intelligent animal plunge through the drifts, to reappear with human aid—such a person would not be wondered at for having an affection for dogs. Or, if a person were waylaid or assaulted by a tramp or robber, and a great four footed projectile should bound past him and knock the miscreant over as effectually as a cannon ball would, that person ought certainly to appreciate his dumb defender. Compara­ tively few people are indebted to dogs for so valuable services, th...

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. — 27 April 1888

Jr" i*' /f b" C' "i -S WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Pension Appropriation Bill Ap ii a? propriating 880,280,000 is Passed by the House. The W ool Clause of the Tariff Bill Said to be Gaining Favor Among the Representatives Amount of Business Introduced and Transacted During the First Hundred Days. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. INDIAN APPROPRIATIONS. This morning the house resumed con­ sideration of the Indian appropriation bill, the pending question being on the motion of Mr. Randall of Pennsylvania to strike out the Choctaw judgment section. The motion was lost and the bill was passed. A motion to proceed to the consideration of private business was defeated by the managers of the various appropriation bills and the house went into committee of the whole on such measures. The first bill on the calendar was THE PENSION APPROPRIATION BILL. The general debate having been closed, Mr. Conger offered an amendment provid­ ing that in all cases of pensions to widows payment shall be made from the date of d...

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. — 27 April 1888

Wf'j 'Ip fe *J||| sv^1 y. |T* jfev p|5 c,i 'vT. CONGRESSIONAL. The International Copyright Bill Dis­ cussed in the Senate Several Other Bills Passed. The Tariff Bill Occupies the Atten­ tion of the House in Commit­ tee of the Whole. An Attempt for a Night Session of the House Proves a Failure Postmasters Appointed. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, April 24.—The session of the senate was opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. H. Perreiva Mendez, rabbi of the New York congregation who, in Jewish fashion, wore his hat while praying. The senate resumed consideration of the international copyright Dill, the question being an amendment permitting the copy­ right of articles from foreign periodicals. Mr. Vest said no bill had ever commended itself more thoroughly to his judgment and conscience. If Robert Burns were living to-day his immortal poems, "The Cotters' Saturday Night" and "Tam O'Shanter," would be stolen and sold on the streets of New Tork and Burns would be without redress. The pr...

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 May 1888

1-5 VPS"* %vV The Church and Day Factions at the Convention Positively Refuse to Amalgamate. Unanimous in Their Endorsement of Cleveland, but They Differ oil Some Other Points. They Meet in Different Halls and Pass the Time in "Roasting" Each Other. Ante-Convention Talk. WATERTOWN, May 2.—[Special to the Minneapolis Journal.]—At 10:80 this fore­ noon the independents met in caucus at the nfusic hall. The most prominent lights present were Mayor Volkmar of Milbank, Chairman Kidder of LaMoure, W. Childs of Spink and Bangs of Grand Forks. Speeches urging peace and healing of sores were made. Kidder introduced a series of resolutions, indorsing Cleveland and Church and thanking Mr. M. H. Day, na­ tional committeeman, for services rendered the party. Ex-Attorney General Engle moved an amendment striking out all of the resolution except the indorsement of the national administration. The amend­ ment was carried by a vote of 28 to 8. A committee, consisting of Bangs, Engle, Walsh, Kidder 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. — 4 May 1888

gg|I§ V( 2 WASHINGTON NEWS. The Railroad Land Forfeiture and International Copyright Bills Occupy the Senate. The Weary Representatives Still De­ bating the Tariff Bill—Speeches Pro autl Con. Melville W. Fuller of Illinois to be Chief Justice of the United States. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. The Senate. WASHINGTON, April 30.—The senate pro­ ceeded to the consideration of the railroad land forfeiture bill to-day. Mr. Mitchell ottered an amendment confirming to the city of Portland, Ore., rights of way and reparian rights heretofore conveyed to it by the Northern Pacific railroad company for water works purposes. Adopted. Mr. Paddock ottered an amendment providing that nothing in the act should be construed as limiting the rights granted to purchasers or settlers by the forfeiture act of the 2d of March, 1887, or altering or amending that act. Adopted—Yeas 88, nays 7. THE COPYRIGHT 1511,1,. The international copyright bill was then taken up. The amendment heretofore of­ fered by Mr. Mo...

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 May 1888

#2 50 1.50 Penn SIFFI THE TRIBUNE CLUBBIN6 LIST. We hereby offer, in connection with the Bis ALABOK WEEKLY TBIBCNE, a number of tbe beet sublications and periodicals in the land at greatly reduced ratee, the only stipulation being that all arrears to this paper be paid and one year's sub ecription to the TBIBCNE be paid in advance. We can furnish anything published in the United States, Canada or Great Britain* write for terms on not enumerated below. JSB If you want to take more than one of the follow­ ing periodicals, write a =LL UB for terms. sp* W §3 W Advance, Chicago $4 00 American Agriculturist (English or German).. 8 00 American Magatine 4 50 American Fidd, Chicago 6 25 American PoultryJournal.Chicago.m 8 00 Arthur's Home Magazine, Philadel­ phia 8 50 Atlantic Monthly, Boston 5 50 Atlantic Monthly, with portrait., .m 6 50 3 00 5 00 1 25 200 4 00 5 00 50 1 50 1 25 1 00 1 50 Ballou's Magazine, Bmton.'..'.'*.l"m Bee. Omaha. Neb Blade, ToHdo, Ohio Brainerd's Musical World, Cleve...

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. — 4 May 1888

She Sismauh Stihunr. BY M. H. JKWELL. THE DAILY TU1HDNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 23 cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSOlllL'TIOX BATES: Daily one month, postage paid, $100 Daily three months, postage paid, 3 00 Daily six months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published even Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year $2: six months, $1 three months, 75 ceuts, The WEEKLY TBIBDNE 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 large, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUNE, like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all northwestern towns and military posts remote from railr...

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. — 4 May 1888

mi Sv -•'. ,* THE GREAT SOO, What a Railroad Authority Thinks of The Combination That Makes Bis­ marck the Terminal. The New System and Its Importance in the Transportation World. A Bemarkable Thing. The Northwestern Railroader of St. Paul sizes up the consolidation of the Soo line, Minneapolis & Pacific and the Aberdeen, Bismarck & Northwestern as follows: •"The lines as consolidated and when com­ pleted will make what is well worthy of the name of a "system," and a strong one, operating 950 miles of road, of which virtu­ ally the whole is continuous main line. There are several points, especially on the western part of the road, where branches may advantageously be built, and doubt­ less they will come. For the present the enormous rapidity with which this great east and west backbone has been built is a sufficient achievement. The limbs and branches can wait for development in the natural process of evolution. "Both the Minneapolis & Pacific and the line to the Sault ...

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. — 4 May 1888

|A" Iff- :i§ I & If I SfSfc hf I -. 1 t? 8 'CI? THE BOYS IN GRAY. WHAT CONFEDERATES HAD TO EAT WHILE IN VIRGINIA. Cooking lteef in a Camp Kettle—An Over-Polite Soldier—Bread I'urtdlng, The Louisiana Tigers at Malvern Hill, A Yankee's Testament. "Thar was er heap o' difference between the looks o" Johnston's army ami Lees," said Plunkett, as he proceeded to fill his pipe with tobacco that Brown had chipped from a plug. "If thar was any gray erbout Leo's army, never seed it. and er man that didn't have er blue Yankee overcoat and er Yankee can­ teen, and all these sort o' things, was looked upon as a fresh fellow from home and as xnore'n apt to bo er conscript. "Johnston's army warn't that way. They didn't have much clothes, but what they did have was Confederate, out and out, and I've seeder 200 pound fellow with er coat and jacket 011 that looked like they mout er been made for er fellow weighing about SO pounds, and er little old gray cap that didn't look like it was more'n big...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 May 1888

MM 4 I & r~*v?-=- 1 ftt I & t-'M 1 GRANT'S BIRTHDAY. An Elaborate Banquet at Delmonico's in Commemoration of the Dead Soldier-Statesman. Gen. Sherman Presides and Chauncey M. Depew is the Orator of the Evening'. A Number of Distinguished Guests in Attendance—Conkling's Seat Festooned with Laurel. Some of Those Present. NEW YORK, April (27.—In commemora­ tion of the anniversary of the birthday of General Grant an elaborate banquet was given at Delmonico's to-night. Arrange­ ments for the affair were made by an old comrade of Grant's General Sherman. About 150 persons were present. All par­ ties and all ranks were represented and everywhere appeared the small bronze button significant of service in the late war and membership in the Grand Army of the Republic. The walls of the banquet room were almost concealed with flags and bunt­ ing and at the head of the room were three oil paintings representing THE DEAD SOLDIER in both his military uniforms and civilian's dress. Instead ...

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 May 1888

W if' fe gr w. 5? r* & p"pi IP w^nj Wu THE NATIONAL SOLONS An Ainemlmsnt Offered by Mr. Dawes to the Railroad Land Grant For­ feiture Bill. One Hundred and Five Bills Passed in the Senate in Sixty-five Minutes. An Extended Argument Before the Postoffice Committee by Dr. Xorvin Green. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 2.—After the trans­ action of the routine business the senate went into executive session. This being the first secret session for several days, the accumulation of nominations, among them that of Mr. Fuller to be chief justice, were referred to the committees. The senate then resumed consideration of the railroad land grant forfeiture bill. Mr. Dawes offered an amendment provid­ ing that the act shall not be considered to impair any rights, legal or equitable, now vested in any person or corporation to any of the lands declared forfeited. An amendment was offered by Mr. Hoar, as a substitute for that of Mr. Dawes, which was witiidrawn, providing that the a...

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 May 1888

ii iV^ ,.<p></p>(I ',«/ 1 ii Wlv To the Memory of a Brave and Hon­ est Man who Bowed Alone to Death. An Appropriate Encomium, ALBANY, N. Y., May 9.—Three thousand live hundred persons in the academy of music in this city listened to an oration by Col. Robt. G. Ingersoll, to the memory of Roscoe Conkling, and one-fourth as many more besieged the barred doors, while many climbed to the roof and peeped through the sky light. The ceremonies were under the auspicies of the senate and assembly. Cplonel Ingersoll said: ROSCOE CONKLING, a great man, an orator, a statesman, a law­ yer, a distinguished citizen of the republic, in the zenith of his fame and power has reached his journey's end and we are met here in the city of his birth to pay our trib­ ute to his worth and work. He earned and held a proud position in the public thought. He stood for independence, for courage, and above all for resolute integrity, and his, name was known and honored by many millions of his fellow m...

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 May 1888

:gi% I I $/• 2 I 11 WASHINGTON NEWS. The Senate Ratifies the Chinese Treaty—The Fisheries Treaty Reported Adversely. The House Passes the River and Harbor Bill by a Vote of 161 to 67. The President Vetoes the Bill for Sale of Indian Lands In Kansas. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 7.—In the senate a conference report on the house bill grant­ ing to the city of Grand Forks the right to build two free bridges across the Red river was made and agreed to. The senate then resumed consideration of the bill to provide for a bureau of ani­ mal industry to facilitate the exportation of live stock and their product and to ex­ tirpate pleuro-pneumonia and was ad­ dressed by Mr. Reagan in opposition to the bill. No action was taken. The senate in executive session to-day ratified the Chinese treaty without deci" sion. Senators Teller and Mitchell made speeches in which they set forth the grounds of thir opposition to the treaty but did not demand a vote. Senator Edmunds h...

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 May 1888

4 & 5'v^ F? ••r THE TRIBUNE CLUBBING LIST. We hereby offer, in connection with the Bis. UABOK WEEKLY TBIBUNE. a number of the beet sublications and periodical in the land at greatly reduced rates, the only stipulation being that all arrears to this paper be paid and one year's sub­ scription to the TBIBCNE be paid in advance. We can furnish anything published in the United Btatee. Canada or Oimt Britain' Write for terms on not enumerated below. If von want to take more than one of the follow* ing periodicals, write us for terms. 12 50 Advance, Chicago $4 00 1 SO American Agriculturist (English or German) 8 00 3 00 American Magazine 4 50 5 00 American Fidd, Chicago 0 25 1 25 American PonltryJonrnal.Chicago.m 8 00 2 00 Arthur's Home Magazine, Philadel­ phia 8 50 4 00 Atlantic Monthly, Boston 5 50 5 00 Atlantic Monthly, with portrait., .m 0 50 50 Babyland. Boston 2 50 1 50 Ballon's Magazine, Boston 8 50 1 25 Bee. OmahaTNeb 8 00 -2 00 Blade, Toledo, Ohio 250 1 50 Brainerd's Musical ...

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 May 1888

fA •0 hp,, |4* 4'r ®he Itemarrft ®*»b*me. BV M. H. JKAVKLL. THE DAILY TK1BUNE, Published ever}- morning, except Monday, at Bis mnrck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all partt of the city at 25 cents per week, or $1 per month. 8UBSOHIPTION n.\TKS: Daily one month, postage paid, $100 Daily three months, postage paid, 8 00 Daily six months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TlilHUNE, Eight pages, containing a summary of the newsof the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year $2: six months, $1 three months, 75 cents, The WEEKLY TUIBCNE 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 large, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUNE, liko the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all northwestern towns and military p...

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 May 1888

II ,.i :$m^- yt *., ,• FOR THE GOVERNOR. A Large Number of Bismarckers Ser­ enade Governor Church and Pass a Pleasant Evening. 'n The Administration—National and Territorial—and Governor Church most Royally Endorsed, Bismarck's Prospects—John Dixon's Loss by Fire—General Local News and Gossip. In Honor of the Governor. At 8:30 last evening a number of the cit­ izens of Bismarck representing every in­ terest commercial and professional, headed by Fetzer's cornet band, marched to the residence of Governor Church to pay their respects and congratulate him upon the hearty endorsement which he received at the hands of the regular demo­ cratic convention in Watertown. After the band had discoursed music a few mo­ ments the governor appeared at the door of his residence and was informed of the object of the call. In a neat speech he in­ vited the citizens and the band to enter. The invitation was accepted and an hour of social enjoyment and congratulations was the result. Colonel Thompson ...

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 May 1888

fl »/v* JKtf & :feM I fc It R1 fef." 11 fc\ 1- 4 $' fe. PHYSICAL STRAIN. PERILS RESULTING FROM EXCESS OF BODILY ACTIVITY. A Proper Degree of Exercise Necessary to tlie Well Being of Man—The Jewish Race Sedentary or Brain Pursuits. Overwork. Nothing is more absolutely necessary to the well being of man—not only physical, but mental and even moral—than the bodily ac­ tivity involved in a proper degree ot' exercise. But, on the other hand, undue strain put upon the physical forces is a potent source of danger. It is a case for the application of the Hor.itian maxim in regard to moderation. Exactly to define the proper mean is an ex­ tremely difficult task. We can, however, offer s'jme suggestions on this point that may prove of use and we will also touch npon some of the perils resulting from ex­ cess. The ancient Greeks have for many centuries supplied the world, among other things, with models of physical culture. The climate permitted them to live largely in the open air their d...

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. — 11 May 1888

REID'S OPINION. Iu an Interview He Denies the Authenticity of the Report of Blaine's Candidacy. He Knows Nothing of the Effort to Push Blaine Into the Field Against His Will. He Thinks That No Public Man Could Refuse the Office Without Ap­ pearing Ridiculous. The Interview. NEW YORK, May 5.—"The comment in today's Tribune reflects my sentiment exactly," said Whitelaw Reid, the editor to a reporter of the World, and he pointed out the paragraph. It said that the story of the Philadelphia Times' correspondent was like recent stuff about Mr. Blaines' dreadful state of health. Chiefly bosh." "Then you believe Mr. Blaine will not be a candidate "He has done all in his power to prevent. He was perfectly sincere in withdrawing Jiis name. The sound republican who can now convince that he can probably get more votes than any other sound republi in the doubtful states would be sure of the cordial support of those who have heretofore pushed Mr. Blaine." "Is it true, Mr. Reid, that Mr. Blaine's...

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 May 1888

if 111® -01 i^3' I «V l« 'il* mi lift fes?. w?: m'' 0 f: &*?•' &£* & ws*~ iiill# pt», 8 !8 V5 CONGRESSIONAL TALK Tlie New England Conference Protests Against the Ratification of the Chinese Treaty. Discussion in tlie House as to Whether or No Mr. Hewitt Apologized to Great Britain. Secretary Bayard's Instructions Con­ cerning the Impressment of American Citizens. t'OSGRESSl OXAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 8.—In the senate Mr. Hoar presented a memorial of the New England conference of tlie Methodist Epis­ copal church protesting against the rati­ fication of the Chinese treaty or any treaty that precludes Chinese ministers of the gospel and Chinese delegates to religious conventions coming into the country, char­ acterizing it as utterly un-American and un-Christian. Mr. Hoar said that until there could be an appeal from the Amer­ ican people the matter might be considered settled. He therefore asked that tlie memorial be laid on the table. So ordered. The senate then r...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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