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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 18 May 1888

w-'i s£' WmT r.i REPUBLICAN CLANS. The Clans Gather at Jamestown, and the Extremists Sonnd the Tocsin of War., The Republican Territorial League Organized and Started Out With Cheers for Blaine. The Convention to Elect Delegates to Chicago to he Held To-day. A Number of Struggling Candidates, With Colonel Pluminer a Four Time Winner. The League. JAMESTOWN, DAK., May 15.—Over 200 delegates representing thirty-three repub­ lican clubs of the territory assembled in convention here this morning. L. The Convention. JAMESTOWN, DAK., May 15.—[Special to the TRIBUNE.] The scheme to elect ten delegates to Chicago received the sanction of most of the delegates on hand to-day, but at 9 o'clock to-night the new South Dakota contingent arrived and extremists like Sterling, Judge Bennett, "Governor" Mellette, Myers and others advocated fourteen—eight for the state of South DaKota and six for North Dakota. At a caucus of the Central Dakota counties to­ night these men got a resolution in favor of ...

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 May 1888

$r rv- 'ft! &4 ii I tf I 111 &F it £f m- At Hp 1 §L*- I CAPITAL GOSSIP. Mr. Scott Makes an Eleborate Speech Before the House Favoring the Mills Tariff Bill. The Presence of Mrs. Cleveland in a New Spring- Dress Causes a Flutter in the House. A Decision Exempting Public Officials From Continuous Residence ou Homestead Claims. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. MR. SCOTT'S SPEECH. WASHINGTON-, May 11.—Mr. Scott con­ cluded his elaborate speech before the house to-day on the Mills tariff bill as fol lows: "We. are here, we, the majority of the ways and means committee and of this house' in defense of American industry. We alone offer it protection. We seek alone the independence and aggrandize­ ment of domestic labor by liberating it from unnatural restraints and allow­ ing it undisturbed possession and complete enjoyment of its own earnings. The other side offer it—what? A monopolized market in which to buy the necessaries of life on one hand, and ou the other the labor market subject to the ...

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 May 1888

^-,h j1' w- & |i fe. V.*' ft hi A'.- I Si FREIGHT BRAKEMEN. THE MANY HARDSHIPS OF THEIR WORK IN COLD WEATHER. **He Slipped and Fell"—Waiting tor ....... dunce to Step Into Dead Men's Shoes. Coupling Considered the "Top Notch" of Danger. On one of the very coldest and stormiest days of the past winter I was in the office of & Pennsylvania railroad official overlooking a vast yard of endless switches and sidings, over which shifting trains and locomotives were moving like so many huge shuttles. A rugged looking young man, wearing a cap, a rusty blue reeflng jacket, a blue flannel shirt, and baggy trousers stuffed in high rubber boots, entered the office, took off his cap, and as soon as he could get his breath thus ad­ dressed the official: "I want to leave my name for the job o' brakin' on freight train 30. Jimmy Riley's out of it. He just got cut in two up in the yard. The train was comin' in purty lively, an' the cars was icy on top. The engineer whistled for brakes an' Jim...

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 May 1888

mww! !$• ^*5 Pf I jr -s & It IT T, 4 bffe :fo/ c^v l-Tp &r f&y f/f-' %4 She gfcmatcfe Ititame. BY M. H. JKWKLL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all paita of the city at 25 oents per week, or $1 per month. 8UBSOUIPTION BATES: Daily one month, postagepaid, $ 1 00 Daily three months, postage paid, 3 00 Daily six months, postage raid, 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 every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year |2 six months, $1 three months, 75ceuts, The WEEKLY TRIBUNE 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 largo, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUSE, like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium...

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 May 1888

BANDITS OF BURMA! ROGUES WHO ANOINT THEMSELVES WITH COCOANUT OIL. S I Some Eicltlng Adventures with the "Da colts"—How the Bands Operate—'Slip* pery and Dangerous Customers—Inci­ dents of a Night—Religious Traits, Burmak resembles Italy and Greece in one respect. It is a land of brigands. These robbers are called "Dacoits," and, like their European brethren, work in bands or com­ panies having a chief with absolute authority, lieutenants and other subordinate officers. They are daring, rapacious and cruel, setting no value on human life and exposing their •own fearlessly. They resemble the European banditti in their wise policy of keeping good friends with the peasantry and toiling people. They thus insure supplies, for which they pay liberally, and gain the earliest intelli­ gence of any pursuit by the government "troops. The Dacoits do not take any prisoners to their fastnesses to be ransomed they •simply lay their hands upon all the valuables they can carry away with them, and mo...

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 May 1888

X-t fesfe A' rA 6 SB •p & •_ ^iS H? ,.fp |$ is KV, DR. 4EKYLL AND MR. HYDE. DR. JEKYLL—1884. Promises. No second term. Non-partisanship. Civil service reform. Public office a public trust. No removals except for cansa. Justice to fishermen. Redaction of the sarplns. MR. HYDE—1888. Performances. Wholesale removals Use of office for politics. Fishery treaty humbug. Enormous surplus. Second term madness. Partisan politics in office. He (Cleveland) found 2,359 presidential postmasters in office, and he has removed or changed 2,000of them. His postmaster general, out of 52.000 employes under him. has removed 40.000 Out of thirty three ministers abroad the president has removed or changed thirty-two Out of 56,000 places he has removed or changed 43,000. and out of 43.000 there are not fifty Republicans among the appointees.— Judge. THE PENALTY OF FREE TRADE. Extract from the Address of E. A. Hartshorn at Boston. England, he said, is now paying the penalty of her forty years of theory ...

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 May 1888

j- \t -v1r" 1 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. An Amendment to the Constitution Overriding the President's Veto by a Majority Vote, Resolution for the Open Consideration of the Fisheries Treaty Defeated in the Senate. MaeBetli Wins the Lonisniile Derby by a Length—A Victory for the Chicago Stables. -. ViCONGEESSl ONAL. '/-riY The Seaate. WASHiNOTOJf, May 14.—Mr. Stewart in­ troduced a bill proposing an amendment to the constitution of the United States so as to reduce from two-thirds to a majority, the vote in each house over-riding the president's veto. At 2 p. in., the animal industry bill was laid before the senate as unfinished busi­ ness, and then the presiding officer, pre­ sumably under orders agreed upon at the executive session last Thursday, ordered the galleries cleared and the doors closed and the senate proceeded to executive session. When the doors were reopened the senate adjourned. The House. The debate on the tariff was continued in the house to-day. WASHINOTOA WAIFS. FULLER'S CON...

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 May 1888

5^ b. hs $\ iyr il 1 'iS *e 18 i$f' m1"- fe'i' 5 HURRAH FOR THE SOO! Officials of the Road State Positively That it Will Reach Bis* marck This Year. Colonel Thompson Gives Some Facts Which Will Bring Joy to Hearts of Doubters. To the Coal Fields This Year and Then to the Canadian Pacific. Welcome Soo. Col. C. W. Thompson, who returned yes­ terday from a visit to St. Paul and Minne­ apolis, brings some reliable news concern­ ing the great Soo road which will be com­ pleted to Bismarck this year. The colonel, in company with Railroad Commissioner Boynton, called on the officials of the road at their headquarters in Minneapolis for the purpose, among other things of ascer­ taining authoritively, whether or not the road would be operated to Bismarck this year, Colonel Thompson being particularly interested in the proposed extension to the coal fields of Burleigh and McLean counties. "Did you receive satisfactory informa­ tion was asked by the reporter, and Col­ onel Thompson with a beat...

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. — 25 May 1888

M- *^7^ Is il# t-«. v** J? ,. FIFTEENTH YEAR IN CONGRESS The Riddleberger Resolution Defeat­ ed For Considering the Fisheries Treaty With Open Doors. The Bill to Establish a Department of Labor Passed After Some .-! Discussion. The Convict Labor fiill Discussed at 1 Length in the Honse— Other Bills Passed. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS, The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 22.—The" senate this morning passed the senate bill granting the Milwaukee, Lane Shore & Western Railway company right of way through the. Lac De Flambeau Indian reservation in Wisconsin. The senate then proceeded to the consid­ eration of executive business: The secret session lasted thirty minutes and Riddle berger's resolution tor considering the fisheries treaty in open session was de­ feated by a vote of 28 to 27. The division was upon strict party lines except in the case of Senator Hale, who voted with the democrats adversely to the Riddleberger resolution. Upon the announcement of the result the body went at once i...

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. — 25 May 1888

5-V IS- I l|, 'J rS tW 2 I i?f It" W* FROM THE CAPITAL. The Bills Considered and Pifesed in the Senate and House of Rep­ resentatives. An Executive Department of Agri­ culture Created Embracing the Signal Service Bureau. Fuller's Appointment Soon to Confirmed—River and Harbor Appropriations, Etc. be CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 21.—Mr.Morrill from the committee on public buildings and grounds, reported to the senate a bill ap­ propriating 817,500 for malting the west end of the Smitlisonian building fire-proof. sonian Institution a very of armor from the middle ages, some of it connected with the most eminent histori­ cal names. These objects, numbering some 5,000, had been .collected at a vast expense and the collection was said to be the most valuable of the kind in the world. The condition of presentation was that the Smithsonian Institution would furnish a fire-proot building for the protection of the armor. The bill was passed. The senate then proceeded to the bus...

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. — 25 May 1888

"A iM 1". irt.V if #*$a 1 1 rf: ,1F *1 «'.l Wf il# ifi tt 1, *j- fit* N A A J,r sop FAVORITE SONS. .• REPUBLICANS INDORSED FOR THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE. Benjamin Harrison, of Indians} Jnd|t Grestaam, William Walter Phelps, of New Jersey 1 Kussell A. Alger, of Michi­ gan Jerry Rank, of WinooiiBin. Benjamin Harrison, Judge Grestaam, Will iam W. Phelps, ex-Governor Russell A. Alger and Governor Jerry Rusk have each received the indorsement of a state for the Republican presidential nomination. Two of these men Harrison and Gresham—originally bailed from the same state, Indiana but when Gresham was appointed to the United States judgeship made vacant by the death of Judge Drummond, of Chicago, it made an Illinoisan of an indianian. As both Harrison and Gresham lived at Indianapolis, both are Re­ publicans. aud both prominent candidates for nomination to the presidency, their names have been a good deal linked together. Ben­ jamin Harrison is a very good lawyer, and pockets a snug $10,000 a...

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. — 25 May 1888

She §fema»k Itibtme. BY M. H. JEWEL!,. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 oents per week, or SI per month. BCBSOBIPTION BATES: Daily one month, postage paid. Daily three months, postage paid. Daily six months, postage paid, Daily one year, postage paid. $ 1 00 3 00 5 00 1 0 0 0 THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year t'2 six months, SI three months, 75 oeats, The WEEKLY TRIBUNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its circu­ lation is large, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TRIBUNE, like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatohes, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all northwestern towns and military posts remote from r...

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. — 25 May 1888

ri\ f'Jl phi** i&f £3 ?v &W£ K.j[W 1 T-% i' **"4 JEIoqnent Speeches in the House of Representatives on the All En­ grossing Topic. JKr. Randall, In Opposition to the Hills Bill, Finds an Hoar too Brief for His Speech. Mr. Breckenridjje Makes a Flowery and Lengthy Oration in Sup* port of the BUI. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. THE MILLS BILL. WASHINGTON, May 18.—Two notable speeclfcs on the tariff were made to-day by Mr. Randall of Pennsylvania and Mr. Brecsenridge of Kentucky. Mr. Ruimmi made a long argument against (lie Mills bill, saying, lie yielded to no man on his side of the house in his desire for a con­ tinued democratic control in the admini­ stration of the federal government, but he did not believe the adoption of the commit­ tee's bill would make such a result certain and added: "I cannot be coerced into any particular action upon economic questions by the direction of a party caucus. The period of the political caucus had departed never to return, and yet we should confer 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. — 25 May 1888

fig f, vjj^? I* i^4v &A u»\ SV, |^Jw Wi 4 I 1. I I is J§: $i y$ 5. •'. 5^4- 2.i' ^•$L_ 1 Rv*. E& 25^ mi smmm. METHODIST LAY LADIES. SKETCHES OF WOMEN DELEGATES WHO WERE REJECTED. Although They Can Only Sit as Specta­ tors at the Methodist Conference, They Wield a Powerful Influence—Mrs. Angle F. Newman and Others. The Methodist general conference at ftevr Tork has decided against admitting women to participate in their deliberations. No member spoke more eloquently against their cause than did ex-Senator Warner Miller. They remain, however, by no means an un­ important factor. Although they have been compelled to give up their seats among the delegates, they wield a potent influence never­ theless. They sit among the spectators, listen attentively to the discussions, and secretly confer with their colleagues. Among them none can lay claim to greater distinction for hard work and enthusiasm than can Mrs. Angie F. Newman. The re­ cent years of her life have been passed in Wash...

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 May 1888

THE WIND-UP. 'y v* •». *1 The Last Day's Discnaslon of the Tariff Bill Proves an Inter ehtinjf One. 1{r,' J-''* c:-•- Mr. Baker of Illinois Retorts on Breckenridge tor His Allu sions of Yesterday Speaker Carlisle Applauded for His Effort-The Bill Laid Aside for a Week. HOU8K PROCEEDINGS. THE LAST DAY. WASHINGTON, May 19.—This was the last day of the tariff debate in the house and the galleries were packed long before it opened. After the reading of the lour tial, Mr. Baker of Illinois administered a severe castigation to Mr. Breckenridge of Kentucky, who, in his speech of yesterday, during Mr. Baker's absence, reflected upon that gentleman. Mr. Baker referred to the seat of Henry Clay (now occupied by Mr. Breckenridge) as worse than empty and declared that the spirit of Henry Clay would be a living inspiration in the im­ pending groundswell which would lift Cleveland from the white house and Mr. Breckenridge from the seat of Henry Ciay. Mr. Reed of Maine made a long speech in opposi...

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. — 25 May 1888

Vf* 1 Si Ill i#\\ *f C'*: 4t' 1 -t. s?l If V-'i't .%t H' PH'-' ip fid&v MORE GLORY. road and Commercial Center of the West. Good Words From Thomas Lowry and Others Who are Inter­ ested in the Soo. Another Railroad for Bismarck and Mandan to Bring the Black Hills Trade. We Know Not. "Father, forgive them, they know not what they do," were the words of one who brought salvation to the world, and to drop from the spiritual to the materftl in­ terests of man those words are most ap­ plicable to many Bismarckers at present. There are men in Bismarck who grumble, (and you cannot wonder when you con­ sider that they came to make a fortune in a day), there are citizens who think that the future is not bright and whose faces become elongated and inky when the question of Bismarck's prosperity is dis­ cussed. Thus, too, in the face of the fact that every man of prominence in the north­ west believes that here is to be the city of the northwest: they give no credence to the reports which c...

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. — 1 June 1888

WASHINGTON NEWS. Mr. Sherman Criticises the President for His Indiscriminate Use of the Veto Power. The Fisheries Treaty Considered in Open Session and Mr. Frye Speaks to the Point. The Bill Passed Reviving- the Grade (of General in the United States Army. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, May 29.—In the senate a message was read from the president re­ turning without his approval the bill ap­ propriating $75,000 for a public building at Youngstown, O. Mr. Sherman. said that the people of Youngstown and its vicinity and the people of Ohio would be surprised at the character of the message just read. The reasons given in the president's mes­ sage seemed to him to %e paltry'(not a polite phrase, he admitted). He disap proved of the way in which the veto power was asserted in small matters, not affect­ ing constitutional power nor any question of discretionary power. Both houses of congress had passed this Youngstown bill by unanimous vote and they should now assert their power. 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. — 1 June 1888

fc I i'vt S' 01 D? I ih & iK iuK Ski fev is 15 iWM 'Pin? m.~ ff v^K §w & SUNDAY'S NEWS. General Sheridan's Condition Criti­ cal and Death Mav Occur at Any Moment. The Northern Presbyterians for Union and Hope Their bouthern Breth­ ren Will Co-operate. Governor Pierce and Treasurer Ray­ mond Interviewed—Congres­ sional—Base Ball. Sheridan's Condition. WASHINGTON, May 26.—General .Sher­ idan's condition is extremely critical to­ night and Ins death at any moment would not be unexpected, lie had a recurrence of heart trouble about 5 o'clock this after­ noon, accompanied by a serious sinking spell which gave cre.it alarm to his physi­ cians, who immediately took prompt and powerful measures to rally lum. These remedies have only given partial relief and at 10:30 o'clock to-night the tour physicians who have been attendance are at his side closely and anxiously watching every symptom. The action of the the heart is still very feeble and has responded but im­ perfectly to the reme...

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. — 1 June 1888

ILsv* THE PRESBYTERIANS: HOLDING A CENTENNIAL ASSEM­ BLY IN PHILADELPHIA. (IctntM of Old Time Churchei and Pof* tniti of Eminent Fathers In tbe De nomination—Interesting Points In the History or Presbyterlanlsm Jotted Down One hundred years ago the first general assembly of the Presbyterian church was or­ ganized in America. The colonies had, twelve years before, separated from the mother country, and the spirit of independ­ ence, so active in state affairs, extended to the church. Immediately after Presbyte rianism grew with rapidity. It was spread over a great extent of territory without the present methods of conveyance, and it was impracticable for ministers to meet in an annual synod. Had a system been inaugu­ rated by which the ministers could send rep­ resentatives to the synod the difficulty might have been obviated in this way but it was preferred to retain tbe synod as it was for the assembly of ministers residing in the same section, and to organize a repre­ sentative gen...

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. — 1 June 1888

§iisraarrft Itibuttt. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION 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 every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year $2 six months, il three months, 7Soe.its, The WEEKLY TRIBUNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a fation erfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu is large, both in the territoiy and the StateB. The DAILY TRIBUNE, 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 railroad...

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