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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 27 July 1888

3® h. '.if FIFTEENTH YEAR SUSPICIOUS SIOUX. They Befase to Even Bead the Circa lars in Their Own Language Explaining the Treaty. They Will Wait Until Sitting Bull Gomes and See What He Says Abont It. The Bedskins Indulge in a Private Council Which Lasts Nearly All Night. The Council With the Commission Adjourned Until To-Day at 9 O'clock A. M. Still Opposed to the Measure. STANDING ROCK AGENCY, DAK., July 24.—[Special.]—The roll call at the agency this morning showed that of the 1,100 male adult Indians on the reservation, less than 100 were absent, and in all probability they will be brought in to-morrow. The commissioners appointed to confer with the Indians with regard to the opening of the reservation have shown their fitness for their positions by the good impression they have made on the Indians, who in private council yesterday voted unani­ mously against signing the treaty. The large council room at the age|cy has been crowded to-day, the entire time being con­ sumed in the ...

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. — 27 July 1888

1 :lKg Ujjpli fe- l:: if &:$• I $ *j r|.'- :Jt .r^vv* 'f I I 5 W :}-..! |n sfesr/: if f g? jy .j.{ & si' 8 I?--' .| f/-.' C' S Iv 2 THE SUSPENSE ENDED. The Mills Bill' Finally Passes the House by Almost a Strict Party Vote—162 to 149. Three Democrats and Two Republi­ cans Cast Their Ballots with Their Respective Political Opponents. The Result ^Greeted with Cheers and Waving Bandanas by the En­ thusiastic Victors. The Anniversary of the Battle of Bull Run—Mrs. Cleveland Anion? the Visitors. Sir. Mills' Closing Speech. WASHINGTON", July 21.—Crowded galler ries and a good attendance of members on the floor greeted Chairman Mills this morn iug as he rose in his place to close the debate on the tariff bill. Promptly at 11:80 the bill was called up, and Mr. Mills, after of­ fering two amendments intended to cor­ rect the typographical errors in the bill, nun ed the previous question on them and they were adopted. He then proceeded to address the house, beginning by stating the co...

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. — 27 July 1888

•fjw war tp 1. I'ffl & rP e: 1 „yT 1 k* .OUR NEW YORK LETTER. S'V- DESCRIPTION OF THE MOST COSTLY •&i> MAUSOLEUM IN AMERICA. How the Grounds Surrounding the Van­ derbilt Tomb Have Been Laid Out—A Most Beautiful Place of Rest for the Dead—Guarded by Plnkerton's Men. [Special Correspondence.] NEW YORK, July 16.—There are few names more familiar to the general public than that of Vanderbilt, the name of the richest family in the world the owner of the half million dollar pleasure yacht Alva, the Fifth avenue palace, with its three million dollars' worth of treasuries of art and luxury the virtual owners of the Central-Hudson, the only four tracked road in America. Not the least notable and remarkable pos­ session of the Vanderbilts is the mausoleum lately completed at New Dorp, Staten Island. The island is the old home, the native heath, of the family, and their name is a familiar one in its history. It was at New Dorp that the old commodore started his son William as a farm...

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. — 27 July 1888

iff*-*'*? 4 ®hc §i$maMfe itibtttte. 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 oenta per week, or $1 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Daily one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 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 sixmonths,$1 three months,75ceuta, The WEEKLY TBIBUNE 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 territoiy 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 ...

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. — 27 July 1888

if*' A* it' iN?'"- ft WAFTED BY WIRE. The Honse Concurs in tbe Senate •K Amendment Granting Two Addi #?-».« tional Judges to Dakota. Jmg jmm mmm* Delegation From Champaign, 111., Numbering Over 1,000, Call a a is 3f& AV&T C. He Favors Them With a Short But Logical Speech and Shakes vHands With All. Still Congratulating. INDIANAPOLIS, July 24.—Excursions to the home of Geueral Harrison were re­ sumed to-day after an intermission of three days. A delegation from Champaign county, Illinois, numbering 1,000, arrived this afternoon. General Harrison received the visitors in the office of the new Denl son hotel. His appearance on the landing of the marble stairway, accompanied by Judge Miller, Attorney General Michener and other friends, was the signal for an outburst of applause and numerous loud inquiries of -'ghat's the matter with Har­ rison?" At the conclusion of the usual vigorous response to this campaign query someone would cry out in feigned surprise, "Who's all right?" 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. — 27 July 1888

11 &?4f' «w £f§. ,r, LtfT' |i|v :l 4 t. 1 1 6 ff\ tfs-K SV4 1#^'f •sy*.'* THE TABERNACLE BUILT. LESSON IV, THIRD QUARTER, INTER­ NATIONAL SERIES, JULY 22. The Text of the Lemon la to Be Found In Ex. zxzv. SO-29—Golden Text, II Cor. Ix, 7—Commentary by Itev. b. M. Stearns. [Condensed from Lesson Helper Quarterly, by permission of H. S. Hoffman, Philadelphia, pub­ lisher.! Moses had returned from Ins seventh visit to God in the mount for the second tuns bad ho speut forty days and nights there, and did ueither eat bread nor drink water, and when he come down from the mount the skin of his face shone, but he wist it not (xxxiv, 2S-30i. V. 80. "AH the congregation departed." Moses had received a command to take from all the willing hearted among the children of Israel an offering unto the Lord of the ma­ terials named in verses 5 to 10, that with them he might build a sanctuary in which God might dwell among them izxv, 8). A full account of this tabernacle, with all its vessels and ...

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 July 1888

»r 4 H" -t fv'4 iM 7 6 ft-' imir NATIONAL NEWS. S5&S& 'M tt A Resolution Offered Criticising: Pres­ idential Appointments Without the Consent of the Senate. The Appointment ot Melville W. Ful ler as Chief Justice of the Su preme Court Confirmed. We Information .Received at the State Department of Depredations by the Hayti Insurgents. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. The Senate. WASHINGTON, July 20.—'The senate went «arly into executive session on the Fuller case. After the doors opened Mr. Sherman gave notice that he would ask the senate to resume consideration of the fisheries treaty. Mr. Chandler thereupon offered the following resolution, which was laid over: Resolved, That the power to make treat­ ies and to appoint all public officers Khigh AIMM MCit&il in tllA ot the United States being rested in the president and senate jointly, ttie president [States being rested president anc has no right under his implied power of making preliminary nominations of treat­ ies to appoi...

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 July 1888

1 SI1 Sfefy It' lib I- sf r|| w# »£*T &v IP tp lift" y'U Sit® •sV 04' &fcf ft •safe 4"."* 8 1 1 REPUBLICANS MEET. The Republican Central Committee Fixes the Time For Holding the County Convention this Fall. A Harmonious Meeting—The Appoint­ ment Agreed Upon Satisfactory.to Both City and Country. Some Trouble Anticipated in Secur ing the Indians' Consent to the Opening of the Reservation. [From Sunday's Daily.] Meeting of Republican County Committee. The republican central committee of Burleigh county met yesterday afternoon pursuant to call. There were present W. 8. Moorhouse. T. F. Campbell, E. H. Bly (by his proxy to M. H. Jewell). E. C. Chase, W. A. Bentley, L. N. Griffin, J. A. McLean Jos. Wood, M. J. Edgerly, O. A. South mayd (by his proxy to Alex Hughes), 8.6. Smith, A. Van Horn, R. H. Johnson, Frank Rawlings, Thos. Kemp, Oscar Ward, J. P. Manhart, W.H. Winchester and Gus John­ son (by his proxy to Murdocit McKenzie) Absent—Andrew Oleson and F. H. Reg­ ister. John A. M...

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. — 3 August 1888

FIFTEENTH \'EAR STILL UNCERTAIN. That is the Condition of Negotiations In the Conference now Pending With the Sionx. The "Steady Pressure" Policy Being Brought Into Requisition But Thns Far Without Result. Sitting Bull Reported to Have Ar ba rived, Though in a Very Dis­ gusted Frame of Mind. No Noticeable Change. STANDING ROCK AGENCY, DAK., July 30.—[Special.]—Chairman Pratt of the com­ mission having taken the military wire from the press, it will be necessary to send all reports by courier, but the news will reach you promptly and accurately. Pratt is in a rage because your correspondent will not permit him to dictate reports and suppress the truth if unfavorable. The "steady pressure" policy has been adopted and an effort is being made to swing a few of the chiefs into line for the treaty, and thus secure their influence among the In­ dians. While the Indians in their private councils declare that their decision of Fri day was final there is an undercurrent among them which is en...

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. — 3 August 1888

rfs P.-' $'X S# u$ lift 8A ||,4"!' ¥1 fe*: S%' tr* ?v tv h1 2 bt* ^v £kf -u J* WIRE FLASHES. The Senate Still Wearily Debating: on tlie Ratification of the Fisheries Treaty. General Harrison Addresses a Dele­ gation of Coal Miners in Sup­ port of Protection. An Unprovoked Murder at Walipe ton—The Usual Budget of Minor Happening's. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. The Senate. WASHINGTON, July 26.—Mr. Allison moved to proceed to the consideration of the army appropriation bill, stating that it was important that it be passed to-day. Mr. Allison's motion was agreed to and the senate resumed consideration of the army appropriation bill, the pending question being on the amendment offered by Mr. Haw ley appropriating $750,000 for an army gun factory at Waterlich arsenal, New York, 85,000,000 for the purchase of steel tor high power coast guns, $500,000 for the purchase of submarine mines and §100,000 for submarine controllable torpedoes. The amendment was agreed to without division and after t...

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. — 3 August 1888

v, OUR NEW YORK LETTER. CHA8. B. HALL AND HIS COLLEC­ TION ..OF WAR TIME P0RTRAIT8. He Is the Only Man Who Has Hade This a Specialty, and He Has 80,000 Photo­ graphs of Men Who Were Engaged In the Civil War. [Special Correspondence Niw YORK, July 33.—Now and then in the hurly burly of life one meets a man who is moving along in the achievement of some great purpose BO quietly that his foot fall is never heard and his high aims and patient labors are never suspected until in some sud­ den revelation are recognized the services he has rendered mankind. The foregoing remark is suggested by the story of Mr. Charles B. Hall, a citizen of New Tork, who is the owner of the largest and most complete collection in the world of portraits and pictures relating to the recent struggle between the north and south. 8even years ago he was sitting by the bed­ side of a sick daughter, and in order to keep awake through the watches of the night he began the perusal of a series of books issued by 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. — 3 August 1888

ff^Tr^L^'V •p: II iff itm gu« if $1 1 k- r:*« 7 «J3, *&*& m%K 0%",' aM$ #jk She itismarck Stitauw. BY M. H. JKWKLL. 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 21 per month. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: Daily one month, postage paid, 8 100 Daily three months, postage paid, 3 00 Daily sis months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage uuid. 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 sixmonths,$1 three months,73cents, The WEEKLY TBIBUNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made .to make .it a perfect encyolopediaof Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is large, both in the territory and the The DAILY TRIBUNE, The States. like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medi...

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. — 3 August 1888

4\ (U, Vy *-s—1 A •v I f&r -if A ijrH m^k 'The Prospect tor Obtaining the In dians' Signatures to the Sioux Treaty Does not Improve. "•They Will not Take Any Action in the Matter Until the Return s«" of Sitting Bull. Many Visitors Arriving- at the Agency to Hear the Speeches of the Dusky Orators. The Distrustful Rtd Man. STANDING ROCK AGENCY, DAK., July 27.—[Special.]—The people throughout the country who have been looking forward to the opening of the great Sioux reservation with the hope of securing farming lands at 50 cents per acre would be somewhat dis­ couraged were they here to hear the senti­ ments oi the Indians whose consent is necessary. Sitting Bull is still absent and not until he arrives will a large number of the tribe have anything to do with the papers which they are to sign. It was re­ ported last night that he had come into camp and all was excitement among his followers. A number visited the camp to seethe stubborn old chief, but were dis appointed to find th...

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. — 3 August 1888

W-V« 6 OUR CANDIDATES. BOTH STAND THAT IS DIS EVERYTHING LY AMERICAN. What Leading Paper* !n Their Own States Have to Say of Then»pGen. Harrison Good a Man as Klt$cr of His Grand fathers—Morton a Self Blade Man. Gen. Harrison has itaen a Republican all his adult life, having cast nis first vote for John C. Fremont in 1856. In a speech delivered at Chicago last spring, he said: "My first presidential vote was given for the first presidential candidate of the Republican party, and I have sup­ ported with enthusiasm every successor to Fremont, including that matchless statesman' who claimed our EiuSrage in 1884." Gen. Harrison began bis political life by being a Republican from convic­ tion, and he has been that kind of a Re­ publican ever since. The earnestness and sincerity of his nature would prevent from espousing or advocating a political cause which his conscience did not fully approve. In a speech delivered last year, during a time of political excitement, he said: "I am one of ...

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. — 3 August 1888

^Sll &t§§ 4 /•tat pi BY TELEGRAPH. The Senate and the House Spend the Greater Portion of the Day Con sidei'ing1 Appropriation Bills. "'"0 General Harrison Addresses an In diana Delegation on the Tariff and Surplus Issue. Sullivan's Circus Comes to Grief Nortbern Pacific Matters—Brief Odds and Ends. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 4^ 1 4 The Senate. WASHINGTON, July 28.—'The senate this morning resumed consideration of the sun dry civil appropriation bill, the pending -question being on the paragraph relating to the new library building in Washington. After a very brief discussion this amend ment was agreed to without division, it strikes out the house provision for a sus­ pension of the work and new designs and general specifications for the building and inserts in lieu of it a provision appropriat­ ing $1,000,000 for the construction of the western front of the building. Among other amendments reported by the com­ mittee on appropriations and agreed to was the following: Inserting a...

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. — 3 August 1888

18 If 1 ft* v"* MAKE IT A SUCCESS. The Desire Expressed by Many Cit­ izens That Burleigh County Hold an Agricultural Fair. Let the Farmers and Business Men Combine Together and Make It Worthy of Its Name. An Interesting Description ot the Por­ cine Colony Domiciled in Counec-. tion With the Peuitentiary. The Weather for August—The Latest Railroad News District Court To-morrow. "Gather Them In.'' It is the desire of many of the farmers and business men of Burleigh county that a county fair be held early in the fall, and with the magnificent crops which are as­ sured there is no reason why the fair 'can­ not be made a great success. It has been suggested that the farmers begin now to save samples of their products for exhibi­ tion. Wheat, corn, oats, flax and vegeta­ bles of all descriptions should be exhibited and Burleigh county's first fair should be made an event which will long be re­ membered and which will add to the in­ terest already taken by the farmers in their work. Nothin...

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. — 10 August 1888

wvj?#'8 .. :a ft 'tirn if! i* «-., aVU A i^rS\\i^ ii fv vi". JfH&Wi r-A* 4. vy* 4*& S %*i FIFTEENTH YEAR i*? Mjm v&er THE LAST ROLL CALL. Pbilip H. Sheridan, the Gallant Sol­ dier and Patriotic Hero, Obeys the Summons of the Great Commander and Joins the Marshaled Forces on the Other Side of the River. The News of His Death Received With Surprise as He Was Sup­ posed to be Convalescent. Congress Adjourns Out of Respect to His Memory—President Cleve­ land Sends Condolence. A National Logs. NONQUITT, MASS., Aug. 6.—All through yesterday General Sheridan had been in unusually good spirits, laughing and chat­ ting with his brothers and the members of his family. At 7:80 Dr. Matthew said the general was doing so well that there would probably be no bulletin issued for a week. After dinner at the hotel Mrs. Sheridan carried down to the general a large slice of roast beef which he ate with apparent rel­ ish. He dozed off a little during the after­ noon, but awoke to eat supper ...

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. — 10 August 1888

2 IT IS FREEZE-OUT. Tlie Comniissiou and Indians Hav­ ing a Game of Freeze-out At Standing Kock. Gaul Says He Will Never Sign and Wants Pay For the Damage to the Crops. Sitting Bull Cannot Understand Why The Orators do not Cease And Go Home. The Indians Say They are Aeting For Posterity and Will Retain Their Lands. Stubborn Sioux. STANDING ROCK AGENCY, DAK., Aug. 2. —[special.]—The commissioners suffered another disappointment to-day. The In­ dians took the treaties of 1868 and '76 to their camps last evening and with the assurances given by the influential half-breeds it was thought that they would be ready to sign to-day. Owing to last night's rain the reds were slow getting in tms morning and not until 11 o'clock were the commissioners enabled to call them to order. Chairman Pratt reminded them that they had been given the old treaties tor perusal last even­ ing. with the understanding that they were to render their final decision tins morning. He repeated to them the history of ...

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. — 10 August 1888

rf f^r jrt A 4 J£v Hb piv-V, SI I I -y {?«!•'. .CHICAGO PIG STICKING. HOW THEY MAKE PORK IN THE CITY BY THE LAKE. .v^./v 1 A Champion Who Takes Three or Four Thousand Porcine Lives Every Day. How the Bloody Work Is Done, and W Bat Is Paid for It—Artistic Processes* [Special Correspondence.] CHICAGO, July SO.—According to the most intelligent estimates Chicago entertained 175,000 visitors during the recent Republican national convention. It was not my good fortune to make the acquaintance of all these visitors, but I meta good many, and when­ ever circumstances permitted I asked this question: "What has impressed you most in Chicago?" The replies were almost as vari­ ous as the persons to whom the question was addressed. 8 fen ^KILLING HOGS. "Well," said Senator Hiscock, "that which has made the most lasting impression on my mind is the manner in which you Ctfcago people kill your hogs. I have just returned from a visit to the stock yai%s, and it is the most wonderful thing I ever sa...

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. — 10 August 1888

.3 1 H- 1 IS $ W a A. W i* J. •i: •/f £. I 1 -gd •:?C SI 4 f5"i* )k gf J* I: *3 IP V1 I R" ?P£ fe .• fe" She fjismawk itibutt BY SI. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TK1BUNE, 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. 8UBSOUIPTIOX 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 oaid. -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, 75 ceata, 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 oirou Iation is large, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBCNK, like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatches, is a desira...

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