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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 19 October 1888

K. •t" nv :$l w. it yi .f 'IfV •A «»Sf THE MANDAN BATTLE. The Republican Convention ot the Twenty-Third Legislative DIs .. trict Completes its Work. Jfcj-J Alexander Hughes for the Council and Messrs. Parkins and Wel­ come for the House. A Harmonious Convention in Which all the Candidates are Nom­ inated by Acclamation. 5* A Platform for Protection, Division and the Republican Ticket Passed With a Hurrah. The Proceedings. The Twenty-third legislative district convention at Mandan was called to order yesterday at 2 o'clock p. m. by Chairman Wallace of the district committee. There were contests from Morton (9), Stark (5), and McLean (3)—17 in all, thus leaving 23 uncontested votes to effect the tempor­ ary organization. Chairman Wallace, after reading the call, made a brief speech in which he said: "Mark well what you do to-day. We are as yet unformed we are in a formation period, and the great battle raging from one end of our country to the other involves almost everything that is ...

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. — 19 October 1888

:1 ft 1 I sV •fep I1",'* lit '81 im. PROSPEROUS DAKOTA. Governor Church's Report to the Secretary ot the Interior an Exhaustive Document. A Compilation of Statistics Showing the Rapid Progress Being Made by the Territorj'. Suggestions to Congress—The Terri­ tory Entitled to Statehood in Some Form at Once. A Brief Svnopsls. Governor Church forwarded his annual report, yesterday, to the honorable secre­ tary of the interior. It covers one hundred and thirty-four pages written with a type writer. Only a very brief synopsis can be given by the TRIBUNE in a single issue. The report opens with a comparative state­ ment of our population, in 1860, 5,000 in 1870,14,181 in 1880. 185,177 in 1885, 415,610, and in 1888, estimated upon the public land entries for 1886,1887 and 1888 down to date, the whole number of people within the boundaries of Dakota approaches closely to seven hundred thousand. The number of public land filings for the year ending June 30,1888 is 12,070. He estimates the tot...

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. — 19 October 1888

5 POOR RO3rI£R!i ALAS. -5 wj VW The flamed Knight Scathingly icisesjbe 'Wrirdsdf, tge^ftegtle .man fironi .Hxii •i 'v-s,JHSSSi ft®:?"':t'S£-,iurr^ sl'i* Kr .*•••• rtei'ysi3n The 'True Inwardness" of the. Lat i^ffpter's Bill Clearly a«d \pointJ edly Set Forth. \xiri'0-iriir sAs An Avowed Free Trad|r .T^at $ Gentleman' Finds ,,,,,»». Anomalous Position. 1? 'f ••.' ?j?' .v •-'*•. -ti Am Vntmwembli Argument. EVANSVILIJS, Imps Oct 18^-Theair WM rather chilly but still 8,000 -assemr bledat Garran park tgi :h«ir Blaine. In response to the greeting he said: MI have carefully ra^ the sp^k.de livered in this city last evening by Hon. Roger Q. Mills, chairman of the cpminittee on ways and means, to whom &jSif||||ior Aip of the Mills bill is popula^liniiited. tft is altogether a very MnguiarSroeecn It assails very bitterly the doctrlng otpro^ tection, ridicules it, denounces it andfthen in varied form of argument he trijS toiifr! suade his hearers that the Mills pill lias not really changed...

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. — 19 October 1888

8 LOCAL LEAVES. Few of tbe Former Bismarckers That are to be Found in Travel. They are Settled Throughout the Northwest and are Still True to Bismarck. The Synod Closed—The Women's Work—Other News—Local, Per­ sonal and General. Former Blinwcktr*. Ton cannot travel far without meeting a Bismarcker. One of the most noticeable features of a trip from the capital city is the number of former Bismarckers with whom you meet. During a recent journey to Deadwood and Chicago a TRIBUNE rep­ resentative found old-time Bismarckers scattered along the line and nearly all were frank to admit that they had found no place more desirable than the metropolis of the Missouri slope. In St Paul the smiling countenance and hearty greeting of Capt J. C. Barr was en­ countered. The captain is still at work on his patent combination car lock, which is now very near to perfection. After con­ sultation with railroad managers he has aimpHfiflri the lock, reduced it more than two-thirds in size and in addition ...

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. — 26 October 1888

tf$©i :d Z$J/- M,. ^f' ••*1 1 1 $s R* I..'. & «»iltt^ HARRISON'S CALLERS. A Delegation of Terre Haute Ladies Call on Him Regardless of the Bain. W$m t- The Hon. James G. Blaine Compares ^}y'ir' Gov. David B. Hill to an •V""": ,V English Ass. A Missouri Wife Murderer Ripe For Lynching—Mexican Train Robbers Jailed. 'The Iiadles Call on Him. INDIANAPOLIS,Oct. 23—Inclement and disagreeable weather prevailed here to­ day but it did not prevent enthusiastic del­ egation of sixty ladies from Terre Haute from calling upon General and Mrs. Harri­ son. The majority were wives of railroad men. Both state committees have thus far taken two careful polls of the entire voting population of the state. The result of these polls is kept a profound secret by both sides. One committee seems highly elated over their second poll, while the other professes itself satisfied at the show­ ing. There is reason for believing that the committee is. now engaged in taking a final poll of the state. Never in ...

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. — 26 October 1888

& & $? il HI f?.* a* pi K"! 'iSt r\ ft As |V $&* fe llv MAJ. FONDA DEAD. Struck by a Railroad Locomotive 0* the 9th Inst, and Receiving: Fatal Injuries. Letter from His Sister Conveys the Sad Intelligence of His Death on the 13th Inst. Chief Gaul Banquetted by Capt. God­ frey of the Seventh Cavalry in Washington. Major Fonda Dead. W. Aug. Fonda is dead. The Rev. Caleb Ben-Ham received a letter Friday from his sister, Mrs. Sarah F. Masbintosh, M. D., of Asbury park, N. J., conveying the intel­ ligence that her brother had met with a railroad accident at Biloxi, Miss., on the 9th instant and died on the 13th. Here is a transformation from romance to tragedy. Everybody in Bismarck will remember Major Fonda. He was a character whom everybody knew. He was an enigma. Won­ derfully bright and well informed yet strange in many things. He was a George Francis Train sort of a man-loved children and devoted half his time in their society, in history and literature he was a perfect ...

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. — 26 October 1888

Wi 1 W **4*fc- .-.: E£ -j'i 7?l" "-tepie ..'lip ib' A,-^ ?a' jH V- ,i Wt: is fr'f" JOURNALS OF THE WEST. «9BHv HOW, WHERE, WHEN AND BY WHOM THEV WERE 8TARTED. Tim Io| Building to Which the Fint Newspaper West of the Alleghcnles Wu Printed—Portraits of Two JoarwUitlo Pioneers-—Interesting Reminiscences. .The centennials of Ohio have brought out •11 the preserved copies of old papers and books, and the papers contain some racy sketches of old time journalism beyond the Allegbenies. S1BST OFFICE OF THE KENTUCKY GAZETTK. Mr. William Henry Perrin, of Louisville, has also written an admirable sketch of the papers of Kentucky Looking over the old papers and noting how very small the places were in which some of them were published, the wonder is that they lived at all. But all -food products were "dog cheap," and a printer could get as much bread, meat, potatoes, milk, butter, game and whisky for his fifty cents a day then as he does for his $2 now. The luxuries of today he did without, an...

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. — 26 October 1888

S'-V !$&•' &fk SV p. SilSS 5 1 pSsfeS-". •SIK: I "C I •j ££S •*a' IV iS s' r. &-"* ©jfe SltR $1'' :r'v-:•'" •ft ST ft fv? i:| I' 111 i*" lip? 4 pgfr j^i"-1' fc^:' w:v. Jftv v. & I It? fps ill fe^ltS!! I If if ®he §femwb Sritotnr. 1 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 oents 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 TRIBUNE. 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 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, Doth in the territory ...

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. — 26 October 1888

OCT OF THE WORN TRACK. Vf 'KtSt- TRAVEL OR1FTING FROM WESTERN EUROPE TO RUSSIA. Some 01 tlie Advantages of Railway Jour- 1 nojings In the Empire of the Czar. Good liestaunatte. Good Train Service ijVaad tlie Admirable Complaint Book." .. [SipeciaJ Correspondence.! YORK, Oct. 15.—Tho fashion of travel through Russia becomes mora popular every year among Englishmen, and not few by any means aro the Americans who, tired of the beaten paths of western European travel, bend their stepp toward the large empire that occupies tho whole of«astern Europe. Amer- ON A RUSSIAN RAILROAD TRAIN. leans, as a rule, are not such passionate tourists as the British, and are not yet found in any considerable numbers in any principal pWt of the globe—except the Nile region, "that has long been completely overrun by English speaking tourists. The taste for new fields of observation is growing, how­ ever, among Americans who had "done" Europe over and over again and such people, •of course, would not be lon...

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. — 26 October 1888

VISITING WASHINGTON. THE 8IOUX INDIANS AT THE CAPITAL TO 8EE THE PRESIDENT. The Pow Wow Is Ended, and Now There 1W11 be a long and Big Talk —The Slucton Indians Sitting Ball, Chief Gram and Other Matters. The long pow wow with the Dakota Indians is ended at last, and the principal chiefs from (he Standing Rock agency are in Washing­ ton to complete the details for opening the reservation. This is probably the largest delegation of chiefs that ever visited Washington, and white men who know them agree that it con­ tains the largest number of talented men. Among them are Sitting Bull, Gall, John Grass, Mad Bear, Big Head, Two Bears, Thunder Hawk, Bear's Rib, High Eagle, High Bear, Gray Eagle, Fire Heart, Walking Eagle and Hairy Chin. Of these the clearest speaker, at least to white men, is John Grass, chief of the Black feet baud of Sioux, who makes an ar­ gument for the In­ dian side of the controversy which is limply unanswer­ able if it be ad­ mitted a priori that the Indians owned...

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. — 26 October 1888

E~ r&s" ri $ iifSSftS iU DISSECTION EXISTS. The' Sioux Bender a Majority and Minority Report on the Gov ernment's Proposition. The Majority Reftise the Oifer Demand $1.25 Per Acre for of"? "W*" \i K* W\ and Their Lands. The Minority Accept and Cali the Government to Staud by Its Agreement. on Jtiihn {trass Leads the Latter Fac­ tion—His Attitude Will Prob­ ably Have Weight. Development! Awaited. WASHINGTON, Oct 1#.—The Sioux In dians held council pretty nearly all day and their conference finally broke up in a row to-night Fifty of the Indians have signed a letter to Secretary Vilas rejecting the government's proposition and demand­ ing that they be paid immediately $1.25 per acre for all lands ceded to the government. A minority consisting of about a dozen Indians from Lower Brule agency and Crow Creek agency and and one or two from Fine Bidge agency have signed a letter stating that they rep­ resent the intelligent part of the Indian delegation and that they accept the gov­ er...

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. — 26 October 1888

5 c4 m. u: $ & I* yt 3j?V* &vv spv ek sty I 1 SMOTHERED. That's What the Williston Corner's Jury Find Was the Cause of Culbertson's Death. Gibson Knocked Him Insensible But he Fell on His Face in the Sand and Suffocated. Miscellaneous Batch of Other Items, Semi-Local in Their Nature. Smothered to Death. Up in Williston, the metropolis of Buford county which is appealing for organiza­ tion, they have the ttood old fashioned way of disposing of the expenses of trial in a murder case. Although these killing scrapes occur pretty often the ingenuity of the coroner's jury is still equal to the emergency. In the case of John Culbert son, killed last week by a saloon keeper named Gibson, the testimony of the post mortem examination was as follows: Drs. Belyea and Lafferty were then sworn and stated that they had held a post mortem on the body of John Culbertson, and had found four wounds on his head, none of which could have caused death, but either of which would have caused in­ se...

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. — 2 November 1888

$ II' Ite 'Jfri5, PS 'fy' 'IN i* lK PA#* FIFTEENTH YEAR OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED llV,„ ASW Lord Sackville is Officially Informed Thai His Services are No Longer Agreeable. mi &*\t* dent Bearing on the Much Discussed Subject. The Democratic Executive Committee Hunting for the Mysterious California Man. He is Mo Longer Needed. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—By direction of the president the secretary of state 1,2 to-day informed Lord Sackville that for cause heretofore made known to her majesty's government, his continu­ ance in his official position in the United States is no longer acceptable to this gov ff ernment, and would consequently be det tfe rimental to the relations between the two MSI countries. .A A DISMISSED, YOU KNOW. DEP'T. OF STATE, WASHINGTON, October 29,1888 To THE PBESIDENT 'The undersigned has the honor to submit to your consider­ ation the following statement with a view to receive your opinion thereon: "On the 4th of September last a letter purporting to be written by one ...

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. — 2 November 1888

HE FELL IN THE PIT. Lord Sflckville West Places Himself iu an Embarrassing Position Be­ fore the Powers that Be. Secretary Bavard Says that He Fell Into a Pit—A Costly Experiment for Some One. "Well, I Did It," Says His Lord­ ship—His Successor Spoken of— His Fondest Hopes Decayed. Lord Sackville Given an Opportunity to Resign, Which He is Prob­ ably Anxious to Do. So English You Know. To understand fully the significance of the backville West letter and its important bearing upon the present campaign—show­ ing the true sentiment of the present ad­ ministration—it should be known that the letter to L. L. Sackville West, British min­ ister to the United States, was dated Pom­ ona. Cal., September 14th, and written by E. Murchison, assuming to be a natural­ ized Englishman who wanted to know how to vote. If Cleveland's retaliation mes­ sage was simply for political effect, and not to be carried into effect, Mr. Murchison would support him—as a friend of the mother country and her inte...

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. — 2 November 1888

-!P sp$2 S MR v!w g® I® «MV( BILLIONS IN A CART. HOW CUSTOMS RECEIPTS ARE TAKEN TO THE SUB-TREASURY. s9 1 From *500,000 to 81,000,000 Carried In a Hod eat Old Hand Cart—A Simp** Sya torn—Daily Cash—A New Plan of Pay­ ing Cuatom* +&M Vi si ,*• A heavy wheeled hand cart, with a thick set little guiding wheel in front ana pushed by two men from behind, clattered down the steps of the William street entrance to the custom house at 3:45 the other afternoon. It was instantly followed by four broad shouldered laboring men, a smooth faced old man of clerical appearance and a stern looking man with a heavy brownish mus­ tache, who quickly grouped themselves on both sides of it and in front of it and be­ hind. The little group, with the cart rum­ bling in the center, pushed rapidly to Wall street to the north side and then went at a quiok pace up the street to Nassau, then around to Pine street and was swallowed up in the rear entrance to the sub treasury building. All along the journey f...

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. — 2 November 1888

vv- Ja ?w 'ff ,? Me gtaurcdt "IT takes more than a passing shower to dampen democratic enthusiasm," says the St. Paul Globe. But this is an equinoctial storm that is sweeping over the country. How about that? THE city tax levy for 1888 was made last Saturday by the city council. The levy this year is but 9% mills—the low­ est for years. Last year the levy was 12 mills. The total ciiy valuation is about §1,500,000. IT IS said that the police captains in New York have been instructed to take the greatest precautions against illegal voting. If this has been done then it is safe for republicans to wager their last year's savings on the general result. MAJOB EDWARDS made a speech of four hours and a half at a country school house the other night. The Jamestown Capital thinks it absolutely preposterous to talk of sending such a man to the leg­ islature, the term of which is limited to sixty days. THE TRIBUNE has had considerable to say about Mjr. Skinner, the republican nominee for county...

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. — 2 November 1888

jgfW /'v'S ifft§ 1® 10 11 IB 15 ?17 "lift, 1 ,18 as* JESip THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PERSONAM. National. For President—BENJAMIN HARBISON. Vox Vice-President—LEVI P. MORTON. T^a, V» §?S' HH for Delegate to Congress-G. A. MATHEWS. Legislative—'Twenty-Third District, '^ffor the Coonoil-ALEX. HUGHES, of Burleigh. County. V", 'f t1|§$ For Sh if E 8 N E A 1 ft, ij%. For Auditor-E. C. CHASE. For Register of Deeds—ROBT. B. BOYD. For Treasnrer^ROBT. MACNIDER. for District Attorney—E. A. WILLIAMS. 1ft #$ For Assessor—H. P. BOGUE. Ifor Jndge of Probate—JOHN PHILBBICK. For Coroner—P. B. WEBB. For Surveyor—TH08. HEBRON. For Conn ty Commissioner, Second District—A. SKINNER. Announcement. :ispi§ 'Jstfy I hereby annonnce my name for the consldeta tion of the voters of Burleigh county, as an Inde­ pendent candidate for the office of register of deeds at the foil election to be held November 6.1688. J. H. RICHARDS. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Territorial. For Delegate to Congress—J. W. HARDEN. County. For Sheriff...

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. — 2 November 1888

/iSV -/:, NATURE'S FRIENDSHIPS. THE STATE OF WAR NOT SO :F BAD AS WE IMAGINE. Animals' Dread of Hamas Beings—Out Sbngliter of Birds and Beasts—Grief ol Pets at losing a Friend—Natural An­ tipathies. There is a deal of love killed out or pre­ vented from manifesting itself. This is true not only among human beings, but between •, men and animals and birds, and even insects. The state of war that is in existence in na iture is not by half as bad as we imagine. The worst half is caused by our own selfish interference. On wild islands, when first I visited by men, it is always reported that fowls and birds are so tame that they permit the approach of any one without the idea of fear But this they soon lose. The same is true of seals and animals that have not been hunted. But there grows up rapidly a dread of man, so that the scent of a human being 'to an antelope, elk or buffalo is most abhor irent. This becomes an inherited trait. Man, [after all, is the great destroyer that is dreaded...

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. — 2 November 1888

a *Rf blf?*. V^ WiP i)\^r •. W» -.V OF LOCAL NOTE, The Distress Among the Jews Ramsey County Investigated by Auditor Ward. %, PA. ?.v ^.vtvV^ t&W-w-l* 4jS Trank Brown Has an Arm Broken in in '.Their Condition Not so Bad as Has Been Telegraphed Abroad— Aid Given. A*r a* i1 the Northern Pacific Wreck Near Brainerd. J. M. Qninn Declines the Nomina­ tion for the Council on the Democratic Ticket. ^4 The Distressed Jews. Auditor Ward returned yesterday from Devils Lake and reports that the story of distress among the Jewish farmers has •been overdrawn. The first farm that the auditor visited in the Jewish settlement was .in a thrifty condition, with fall plowing nearly completed and the barn surrounded toy stacks of straw and hay. House com­ fortable and lots of chickens, some turkeys «nd several head of stock. From his in­ vestigation he found this a fair sample of the condition of the settlement. He found that they had hay, straw and oats sufficient to winter their stock and oxen, 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. — 2 November 1888

?&rf & V? I v- I® w-y ,1 *T\rui 8 'flit .v? k-* A SCATHING REBUQUE Dr. Bentley Gets Back at Moffet, iv Gray et al, Like a Two Hundred Pound Sledge Hammer. Exonerated from the Charge of These Character Assassins by All the School Board. Meeting ot the City Council Last Night—Annual Report of the City Clerk. EDITOR TRIBUNE: In an article dis­ cussing local politics in last week's issue of the Dakota Settler, in denying that its advocacy of Mr. Healy for county com­ missioner was influenced by any benefits which might accrue to themselves in case he was elected, the writer of the article (whichever one of their editors, "subrosa" or otherwise he might have been), uses the following language: "The lie originated with Dr. Bentley, the gentleman who never told one before, and wno has been exceedingly sensitive on the boodle ques­ tion ever since we exposed his $600 steal trom the city school boord." There could be no mistaking this language nor the ob­ ject sought to be attained i...

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