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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 June 1888

SCOTCH DYNAMITE WORKS. NITRO-GLYCERINE FACTORY ON THE SOUTHWEST COAST OF 8COTLAND. ¥h« Excessive Precaution that Is N«ce» »»ry—A Delicate Operation—Suscepti­ bility of Nltro-Olycerine to Concussion* How tlie Explosive is Handled. The factory lies in the heart of a great ex­ panse of sandy plain on the southwest coast of Scotland. On approaching it a visitor is hailed by the mounted guard that patrols the environment of the factory and he will have to show very satisfactory credentials before he is allowed to go further. On the way to the manager's house a village is passed where live the whole of the operatives employed in the manufactory of nitroglycerine. It is merely a street of small tenements standing on the threshold of the palisades which en­ close M. Nonel's houses. Some distance from the manager's house is the shed where the practical process of making nitro-glycerine is seen at a glance. Before the visitor gets there, however, he is divested of his watch, chain, money, key...

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. — 1 June 1888

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. WHERE POPULAR MINSTRELS GET THEIR MELODIES. English Songs "Faked" Over—Old Conun­ drums Revived—"Brer" Jasper Made Use Of. Likewise "Brer" Richardson—The Burlesque Stomp Speech and Its Genesis. [Special Correspondence.]* EW YORK, May 28. Numerous songs that are now being sung at many of the theatres and concert halls in this city are, in plain English, "fakes." They are garbled versions of famous English songs, which are revised and patched up with new titles and slight changes in the setting. They are skillfully ar­ ranged so as to suit the popular taste, and sprinkled with topical phrases and localisms to give them a new interest In the prevailing dearth of origi­ nal creative conception these fit into a popu­ lar want like around peg into a round hole. They are applauded as brilliant features of original talent, a compliment which they do nqjfdeserve. r*In a little room at the back of an uptown music store the other day, one of the makers of these songs was s...

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. — 1 June 1888

,ij -f 1 w& ferns® '$MA in s-'.\„\'*i •, Light Day's Proceedings in Senate and House of Rep resentatives The senate proceeded to the considera­ tion of executive business and when the doors were reopened adjourned till Monday. The House. Several private pension bills were con­ sidered, after which tile executive, judicial and legislative appropriation bill was taken u» and considered by paragraphs. The greater part of the afternoon was consumed la dreary discussions upon the proposed increases of salary for house employes and in tedious debates on points of order. No material changes were made in the bill. Adjourned.' CAPITAL CHAT. THE TREASURY SURPLUS. The United States treasurer has paid out -$12,500,000 during the present month on account of pensions alone, notwithstand­ ing which fact the excess of receipts over expenditures during the month is nearly $5,000,000. The treasury surplus, which fell to $9,600,000 at one time during the month, has again risen to $106,000,000. DAK...

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. — 1 June 1888

I. *1 li p\ V* •''llftl ilv gfc K* I t" I ?s if I tfr» 4? I I I & •cSJ XH a(4 3$i f: FP 4 $ I Sr ft fl ft "jf! $ vv l! If #4 v, 1 s&' ,i. m* ii $t-? :&] *1 I ''i 1 Wm fv r'? ii^/, fe^', H' 15 •fr h5 MEMORIAL DAY. News Gathered on a Day Made Quiet by Reverence For the Dead. Impressive Services at the Phesbyte rian Church and an Address by M. W Greene. Memorial Eloquence and Music. The memorial services in Bismarck Wed­ nesday afternoon were of a high order and the large audience that gathered in the Presbyterian church was given a most in­ structive and entertaining address. The opening was slightly delayed by the fact that the militia company and a number of Bismarckers went to Mandan in the morn­ ing and did notreturn until nearly So'clock. As soon as the special train from Mandan arrived the Governor's guard and a number of veterans of Mandan marched to the church which was well filled with patriotic citizens. The quartette sang "The De­ parted Heroes" with tenderness ...

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. — 8 June 1888

FIFTEENTH YEAR FAITHFUL SERVANTS. Having' Carried oat the Programme of Grover and Daniel the St. Lonis Convention Adjourn. The Nomination of Thurman for the Second Place Made Unanimous bat not by Acclamation. The Platform and Resolutions Agreed to by the Committee Adopted by Convention. as A Resolution Favoring the Passage of the "Bologna" Bill for Admis­ sion of Territory Passed. In Their Shirt Sleeves.. ST. LOUIS, June 7.—Tbe closing day of the national democratic convention opened with the most torrid temperature of the week. The red hot rays of the sun poured in through the glass roof of the exposition nave with a vigor that boded something more than discomfort. Outside the scenes were hardly as exciting as on the previous day. From the opening of the doors at 8:80 their was a steady inflow of holders of complimentary tickets. The women were out in even greater force than on the preceding days, and the delegates were prompt in assembling. Mayor A. A. Ames of Minneapolis stalked ...

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. — 8 June 1888

1# Kri SHERIDAN ACCEPTS. In a Brief Note He Formally Accepts His Commission as General of the Army. He Appoints His Aides as the First Official Act Under His New Commission. The Excitement Connected With the Promotion Has No Deleterious Eifect Whatever. Calmly Slumbering. WASHINGTON, June 1.—At 3:45 this after­ noon General Sheridan signed the follow­ ing formal acceptance of his commission as general of the army: Headquarters, Army of the United States, Washington, June 1, 1888. To the Hon. Secretary ot War. SIR: I nave the honor to acknowledge the receipt of my commission as general of the army to which position the president has to-day appointed me. 1 hereby accept the same. P. H. SHERIDAN, General. The signature is written with pencil in a large and perfectly legible hand. Soon after the receipt of his commission as gen­ eral of the army, General Sheridan took the oath of office and directed the issuance of the following general order, being his first official act in the capacit...

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. — 8 June 1888

EMPEROR DOM PEDRO. THE MOOT ENLIGHTENED MONARCH v~7 -r OF THE TIMES. "T/ti™ W ft"' HMny of Hit Fusllj, the Braganzu of Portugal—King Lout*, of Portugal—The ReformH Effected Dom Pedro—His Bocoeaanr. Death senns to be sweeping his scythe vig­ orously among crowned heads. The two most lately marked for the stroke, Dom Pedro of Brazil and King Louie of Portugal, come of the same family, the house of Braganza, of Portugal Nearly 400 years ago Brazil was discovered by a Portuguese admiral and taken possession of in the name of Portugal.' It remained a Portuguese colony until the early part of the present century, when it became an independent empire. In 1807, when Napo­ leon 1 declared war against Portugal, John VI, its king, took refuge, with his family, in Brazil. On the fall of Napoleon in 1815, Brazil was raised to the rank of a kingdom, and King John assumed (he title of king of Portugal, Algarve and Brazil When he re­ turned to Portugal he left his son, Dom Pedro, as regent of Brazi...

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. — 8 June 1888

r. •:Rr' trM j| il r/fX 'ilk I |3»| Vy' Ipl Hi jlf'C k*f*V fci 0^. -5 4 fulfills iC'i ,,' V.'Sft'te 8K- !g.-, .. & She §«uuawfe Iritarae. BY M. H. JEWELL, THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte of the citr at 25 oents per week, or $1 per month. STJBSOBXPTION BATES: Daily one month, postage paid, $100 Daily three month*, postage pud, 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 pnblished every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year $2 six months, )1 three months, 75 cents, The WKKKLY TBIBUNE is the oldest papsr in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its clron Iation is large, Doth in the territory and theStates. The DAILY TBIBCHB, like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches,...

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. — 8 June 1888

?f"* i, 1 R-VS^ HH CLEVELAND'S THUMB. The St. Louis Convention Under Per* feet Control of the Great Tariff Reformer.. Gorman, Barnom and Their High Tariff Sympathizers Knocked ,, Out by Wattersou, Who Will See That a Platform is Drafted in Sympathy With Cleveland's Message. Thnrman Forced Down the Throats of the Ohio Delegation by the Unit Rule, Governor Gray's Friends are Still Active fint the Machine is Against Them. The Committees on Resolutions and Platform Remain in Ses­ sion All Night.. Nominations to be Made To-day and the Convention Expected to Adjourn To-night. The First Day. ST. LOUIS, June 5.—The democratic na­ tional convention began to gather in the early hours of the morning. The trickling stream of humanity which began to gather in the exposition building as early as 8 o'clock grew to a torrent and long before noon 10,000 human faces turned toward the desk reserved for the presiding officer with its gleaming white silver gavel, a gift of the Nevada delegation. Tlie no...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 June 1888

Ift 0 at:? \\&x ill: S K-: a r5 S :i .4 ft1, I W- PITCAIRN'S ISLAND. CRIME THAT RESULTED IN THE EVO LUTION OF A NEW PEOPLE. Mutiny on a British Man of War Lead* to the Development of a New Race. The Advantages of Civilization Without Its Attendant Vices. The ship Bounty, Dec. 23,1787, sailed from Bpithead, England, bound for the South Sea. The ship was under a commission from the British admiralty to visit the Society and other islands and collect a number of the bread fruit plants, which were to be taken to certain of the British West Indies for the purpose of stocking those islands. The ves­ sel started on her homeward voyage with Lieut. Bligh in command. He was ot' an un­ usually overbearing and insulting disposition. He accused Fletcher Christian, the mate, with having stolen some cocoanuts which he had bought at Otaheite(Jione of the islands they had visited. Christian determined to get away from the ship, and was informed by the boatswain that the crew were ready to mutiny...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 8 June 1888

^r fw 4 I) r5 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. S'(»35a K-TA"' I its, LT ..The Section of the Tariff Bill Re- 1 latin? to Free Lumber Dis cussed in the House Preparations Being1 Made For Opening of the Sioux Reser vation This Fall. the An Interesting1 Piecc of Information Concerning the Progress of the Panama Canal. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATION BILL. WASHINGTON, June 2.—The house this morning passed the agricultural appropri­ ation bill. It appropriates $1,591,800, an increase of 8614,080 over last year. THE TARIFF. The tariff bill was then taken up. Mr. Randall spoke against the passing of any bill which puts squared or sided logs on the free list and favored fixing the rate at 15 per cent. Mr. Cox of New York wanted to protect the forests of the United States from the ax. Mr. Fuller of Iowa secured a round of applause from the democratic side by declaring that as he did not be­ lieve that the true doctrine of protection was involved in the question, he should vote for free lumber...

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. — 8 June 1888

THE* FARMERS HAPPY. A Soaking Rain Dispels the Fear of a Drouth on the Missouri Slope. Crops Looking Well and the Pros­ pects tor a Bounteous Harvest Never Better. The School Board Wrestles With the Question ot County Superin­ tendent of Schools. Plenty of Moisture. The month of May was ihe coldest and dryest in the history of this section, but the combination—dry and cold—prevented damage to crops. Now comes Jnne—warm and moist. That's the Kind of combina­ tion that makes grain fairly jump out of the ground. With a powerful glass you can see it grow. Farmer Wentz was in Monday, and, although a man of three score and ten, declares he needs no glass at all to see the growth in his neighbor­ hood. Sunday the wind shifted to the south and the barometer began to fall rap­ idly. The clouds began to gather in the northwest and before noon copious show­ ers prevailed in every direction. South of Menosen, it rained from 11 O'CIOCR until 2 in the afternoon. Along Apple creek it didn't rain s...

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. — 15 June 1888

CONGRESSIONAL NEWS A Resolution Taking Steps Toward Settling National Differences by Arbitration. The Bond Purchase Discussion Takes a Political Tarn and the Ad­ ministration is Criticized. The House Still Occupied With the Tariff Debate With No Pros­ pect of a Wind-up. CONGRESS1ONAL. The Senate. WASHINGTON, June IS.—The committee on foreign relations reported a concurrent resolution requesting the president from time to time, as lit occasion may arise, to open negotiations with any government with which the United States may have dip­ lomatic relations to the end that any differ­ ences between the two governments which cannot be adjusted by diplomatic agencies may be referred to arbitration and may be peacefully adjusted by such means. Placed on the calendar. Mr. Hale called up Mr. Morgan's resolu­ tion as to the fishery treaty and proceeded to address the senate on the subject At the conclusion of Mr. Hale's speech the discussion was postponed till Monday, the 26th. The district 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. — 15 June 1888

,*' &'«• I g& J:*" If ftp fit 4'I $£ fel W f| -4 ft If 1 fa &• I ii 8? ft I sit I II 11 ft 3 -m 6«v fj-fc 5 12 W II it TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. The Flax Clause of the Tariff Bill the Subject of Discussion in the House. Henry Watterson Serenaded—He Re­ views the Work of the Conven­ tion at St. Louis. The Government Crop Report Shows an Increase of Wheat Acreage in Dakota. HOUSE PROCEEDINGS. The Tariff. WASHINGTON, June 9.—Tlie house went into committee of the whole on the tariff bill, the pending lines being those relating to Hax. Mr. Browne of Indiana argued in favor of omitting the existing duties. Mr. Gifford of Dakota and Mr. Buchanan of New Jersey also favored the existing du­ ties. Mr. Mills defended the bill and said that desperte efforts were being made by the other side to distort every at­ tempt at revision to the abuse of the poor. Mr. Lind ot Minnesota, a republican who has heretofore supported the bill, made a strong plea for the protection of the lin­ seed oil indu...

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. — 15 June 1888

GLASGOW'S BIG SHOW. IT 18 IN FULL BLAST AND WALE8 -fv OPENED IT. lis Managm Bon to the Exhibition of All Sorts of Ancient Belles, but Thtm AM Twenty-one Classes of Exhibits of the Products of Human Toll. The citizens of Glasgow, Scotland, are now occupied- with a great international exhibi­ tion. Glasgow is not only a great manufac­ turing city, but it is a very old town as welL These old places are like certain unmarried people of both sexes, whose age no fellow can find out. Tradition puts Glasgow's birth down about 560A. D. In 1115 she was of suf­ ficient importance to have a bishopric. In 1660,545 years later, the town only contained 12,000 people. In the next 100 years it took a start, and in 1765, when it was, perhaps, 1,200 yean old, it was found to have grown 100 per cent., reaching a population of about 23,000. The next thirty-five years brought a wonderful change, for in 1801, Glasgow had 83,000 inhabitants. Today it is a place of about 600,000souls. Glasgow is today the s...

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. — 15 June 1888

®h* §femaMk Iribtme. BY M. H. JKWELt. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is,delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cente per week, or $1 per month. SUBSOBIPTIOX BATES: Daily one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 Daily three month*, postage paid, 3 00 Daily six months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE. Eight pages, containing summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published even Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year six 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 perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is large, both in the territoryand the States. The DAILY TBIBDNE, .like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all northwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad li...

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. — 15 June 1888

A 1 t" j\ (V IHE LOCAL GRIND. The Steamer Terry Sinks in Eijrht Feet of Water Near the Omaha Bridge. vSo Lives Lost, Bnt the Baggage of the Soldiers Supposed to Have Floated Away. .. The County Teachers' Iustitnte Opens With a Good Attendance Local Notes. The T«rry Sunk. [From Tuesday's Daily.] News of the sinking of the steamer Terry near Omaha reached Bismarck Sun­ day afternoon. The Terry left Bismarck on the 1st inst with troops of the 6th infantry, the headquarters and several of the companies leaving on the steamer Helena on the same day. No particulars of the sinking ot the Terry, further than the fact that she struck a snag and went down in eight feet of water. Captain -Baker lett Sunday evening to investigate the matter. The Terry was one of the best boats on the river, and the loss will be heavy, as the baggage and pronerty of the troops must have Deen destroyed. Dakota With Bandanas When Dakota fails to loom up at a great public gathering, the hyperborean blasts must howl...

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. — 15 June 1888

V,lY 41 eflT" "®ii iv s' vF •Hg 7V t''' :r*: !/'?». yy W9 ttf*-'*, -.A A S ft"though, MADISOFS SERVANT. |T UNCLE BEN STEWART TALK3 ABOUT F' HIS MASTER AND MISTRESS. imiileiit Bbdiion'i last Days Dolly Madison's Laviib Hospitality and Payne Todd's Prodigality—How Martha Wash­ ington'* Picture Was Saved. [Special Correspondence.] WASHINGTON, June 4. NE of the queerest guides of the Capi­ tol is Uncle Ben Stewart. He is at straight as a ram­ rod, as tall as Joht Sherman, and oi 'the color of coffe& He has bright I twinkling eyes, a curly gray I beard, a high forehead, and hail still black. He is the most po­ lite of the guides of the Capitol, and shows visitors, about with great dignity. He Is noted as having been one of President Madison's servants, and his grandfather and gnat-grandfather belonged to that gentle­ man. He was born on the Madison estate oi Hantpelier in Virginia, and brought up in the Madison house. His mother was Dolly Madison's maid, and I doubt not he had as a •...

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. — 15 June 1888

BY TELEGRAPH. A Gang of Masked Tramps Foiled in an Attempt to Bob an Express and Baggage Gar. The Baggage Master Lying at the Point of Death From Wonnds 4 Received in the Affray. The House Spends Most of the Discussing the Tariff Bills Passed. Eossible Day Express Robbers Foiled. CINCINNATI, June 8.—A little after 10 oclock to-night American Express Mes­ senger J. Zimmerman and Baggagemaster J, Ketchum were alone together in the ex­ press and baggage car of the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago railway train, which is due here at 11 o'clock. Zimmerman, when the train left Delhi station, twelve miles west of here, called Ketchum's attention to some tramps he saw through the glass window of the car door leading to the front platform next to the locomotive tender. Both men arose and went toward the front door. When within ten feet of it the tramps began firing through the window. Ketchum fell, shot in four places, two balls entering bis abdomen, one his breast and one h...

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. — 15 June 1888

fWM HOME news: Tbe Members of the Class of '88 Bid Farewell to Their School Life and Associations. The Damp Weather Did Not Affect the Exercises, Which Were Much Enjoyed by All. A Friend of Mrs. Wilson Replies to the Vile Insinuations of a Friend of Winchester. The Commencement Exercises. [From Saturday's Daily.] Notwithstanding the iact that the heav­ iest rain storm known in Bismarck for many years prevailed, and was at its height at thejhour announced for the open­ ing of the commencement exercises, nearly four hundred relatives and friends of the graduating class waded to the Atheneum last evening, eager to see the bright, happy faces and to hear the carefully prepared essays of the young people who by close and diligent application, had satisfac­ torily completed the prescribed course of study in the Bismarck high school. The members of the graduating class, nine in number, were seated in a semi-circle at the rear of the stage. A beautiful crimson plush banner, bearing in golde...

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