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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

rmai «J|g f|§?w HMi |%?4 I.."1 1 FfSTRY .. TJSESD. ^X%E TMllls.LenoiIOrave, ete.. ««TOP Cakes, Or«MM,Paddltip,fec..M delicately «Bd mmt rally at the ftult froa which tttyart aaade. FOB STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE. mEMMO BY THE Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, Hi* 8t. Louis, Mo. HAKKftt OR Dr. Price's Cream BakingPowdir —AHO— Dr. Price's Lupulln Yeast Gems, Be«t Dry Hop Yeaai. SAZJE I X' Qi320C3i8l8t WE HAKE BUT OSB QUAUTT. UGHT HEALTHY BBEAD YEASTGEMS Tha best dry hop yeast In the world. Bread raised by this yeast is light, white and whole gome like our grandmother's delicious bread. CROOER8 8ELL THEM. PREPARED IV TMI Price Baking Powder CoB9 •. fti'fnof Or. Price's special FlaTonniE Extracts Chicago, ill. St. Louis* Mo» Uastetter's Stom­ ach Bitters is a fine blood depur ent, a rational co thartic, and a su perb anti-bilious specific. It rallies the failing ener­ gies of the debili­ tated, nnd checks Fever remature decay, and ague, bilious remittent, dysoepsia ...

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. — 7 November 1884

#»r^. -i-j® if Kew*orK. Hi* YowCi .Nov. 5.—Tfce Associated Pre* ha* given oat the "following: The latest re­ turns from New York state outside of New York and Kings jaunty show that for 1482 election di»tricti already reported' from that section of the states the avenge Bepubliean plurality bM besn an nearly as possible to 35. If caobof tbe664districts yet to bear from return the Mice average plurality they will yield 19,740 for Blaine, and tbis added »o tbe '49988 plurality shown by those already re ported, will make tbe Bepobliean plurality, exolusiveof New York and Kings coanty, 678. The Democratic plurality in New: York county™, according to the latest computation, 42,786, and that of Kings oonnty 15,152. It "appears, therefore, that the Democratic plural­ ity of 57,938 will be overcome with npwards of 11,000 to spare by the plurality with which Blaine comes to Harlem river. This is contin­ gent upon showing as favorable for the Repub­ licans as they have done up to this time in...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 November 1884

U" life! Capital City Chip*. Toinght tbe Governor's Guard ball will be the event at the armory. 3. B. William's new building on Third street will aoon be entirely eneloaed. The Gen. Terry pa«eed LeBrtu yesterday at p. ia. on her way down river. A number of the Dakota aborigines were in tbe city yesterday, puying their winter provi i#S«ona,- Denny Hannifin struck the pathetic on eleo­ tion day. He said:-There are but few of us y^ia jeft. Only one Denny, and a number of kida.. He was referring Si' tm to Burleigh county democracy. the youngest daughter of Dr. Slaughter, vho has been lying at tbe point of death for nearly four weeks with typhoid fever, is now ^hoiight to be out of danger. The bulletin announcing that Blaine waa -'dyiug waa the one which shook the American continent with fear and awful suspense yeater --day, and in Bismarck the exoitement waa m- Yesterday morning democracy yelled Aloud in a freak of delight Last evening their oeace waa moat earefully held, Vor their hope...

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. — 14 November 1884

VOL. 12. NO 24. THE END IS NOT YET. The Official Canvass of the Tote of New York.by Counties Begun Yesterday. Owing to Errors and Irregularities in Many of the Precincts, the Work Was Sot Concluded, and A Long: Suffering People Must Still Wait for News of the Outcome. The Count, as Far as Proceeded With, Does Not Materially Change Former Figures. Maud S. Beats All Former Kecords by Trotting a Mile in 2:09 1-4— Other Items. The Associated Press Report. At Midnight. HBW YORK, NOT. 11, Midnight. -Up to this boor the resnlt of the ballot for presidential -eleoton baa been declared in thirty-three of the sixty oounties of this state. The last previous report* of oonnty elerka shoVed a democratic plurality of 1,280, today's canvass shows a net loss to Blaine of four votes. The remaining twenty-seven oonntie*, with two exceptions reported progress. and will for the most part report the resnlt of their canvass tomorrow. Today'a reports apeak of irregularities in form, tnt no mention is made...

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. — 14 November 1884

l? ViS' 'TLTi a Hr^^ofr sS£ **$+» Jf&jtoi -5 W I, 15,?* ?t '•il ,.v-?%«S.^»P W# MW$SffS. $?•£•? BY M. H. JEWELL. THE HBXT LBRWLATUBB. From returns now in it sppeus the coming legislature will be composed of sixty-nine republicans and* three de­ mocrats. There will be two of a kind in the house and one in the council. COUNCIL. Dist. Nominee. County. 1 A.C.Huetson Lincoln Wm. Dun an.. Union 2. John R. Gamble—Yankton Southwick Kingsbury Rep VV Barnes Kingsbury Rep 6. A PicKer -Faulk Rep Jno Blakmore... .Hyde. Rep George WPierce. ..Hamlin Rep LMiller Beadle .Rep 7. Geo A Johnson Brown. Rep MTDeWoody Edmunds Rep Eugene HuntingtonDay Rep AEldridge Grant Rep 8. ALSprague Custer Rep E Martin Lawrence Rep Gregg .Lawrence Rep A Call Lawrence Rep 9. E A Williams Burleigh Rep W Steele Kidder Rep HWCoe Morton Rep Julius Stevens Griggs... Rep 10. S EStebbins Richland Rep PJMcCuinbcr ....Richland .Rep Henry Olliver Ransom uem TMPugh Dickey Dem 11. Dr E Hutchinson N elson Rep Wm Miller Steele R...

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. — 14 November 1884

I :1 fbe fi0mflrch0ruuitc. Haatera Tappinc Wlrts. A curious and novel acbeme waa that difJooY end ty Mr John Warren, of Dabnque, Iowa, who waa returning home from a, journey through the Bad Lands. Hr. Warren, in a oonveiaation with a TBIBUHE reporter, aaid that he bad received all the news of the eleotion before reaching a station, having met with a party of hontera from Chicago who had been in the Bad Landa several days, and who went prepared to get all eleotion retnrna. The crowd was com­ posed of yonng men, "bloodj" of Chicago, and among them waa a telegraph operator who waa engaged to accompany the party and take a telegraph instrument and battery with him. On the day after the election the boys camped near the railroad track, and attaching a wire to the regular wire set up their instrument in the midst of the wild, wierd crags and pinnacle* of the Bad Lands. It was a novel sight. One of the huntsmen would come iu with his gamp, and poking his head in the door of the little tent...

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. — 14 November 1884

mlpW *•£*&-£- ^*1GV PP, flji Bismarck fHlutue. BY M. H. JEWELL. THB DAILY XBIBDNE. Published everr morning, except Monday, Bfcmarek. Dakota, Is delivered by carrier to an parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, •rfl per month. SUBSCRIPTION UM Jne month,postage paid--.. J*® Three months,postage paid &w Hendricks, who is one of the loudest shouters in the present instance, knows that well enough. Or, if he does not, he need go no further than to the gubern a torial vote of Indiana in 1872 in order to refresh his memory. He was elected governor of Indiana that year by a plu­ rality of only 1,148 votes, and yet the oapitol was not overturned nor did the heayens fall. The idea that there must be a row be­ cause a state or national vote is close is wholly Bourbonese, unworthy any party or set of men. The situation of affairs in New York has frequent parallels in the experience of the past, but there was an entirely peaceable and lawful settle­ ment of the interests at iss...

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. — 14 November 1884

•,rv District Court. Court convened Tuesday with a large at tendance, Judge Francis presiding. Much, interest was manifested in the proceedings. The oourt room presented a very neat and dig­ nified appearanoe, having been carpeted and otherwise adorned, while the chairs and general farnisbiogs of the room are new and elegsat. Presiding, Wm, Francis, Judge E. N. Oorey, clerk J. A. Haigbt, depoty clerk George P. Fiannery, district attorney Ales. MeKensie, aberiff E. 8. Neal and L. N. Griffin, deputiea E. Hayaes, bailiff. Owing to tbe illneM of Frank La Wall, E. A. Haglwne acted aa official atenographer. On motion, Richard II. Johi aon and Wm. T. Per­ kins were admitted to the bar. Tbe following committee was appointed to examine applicants for admission: J. E. Car land, John C. Hollembaek and Isaac Bow. The following grand jury were empanelled: W. B. Watson, appointed foreman Adam Mann, Jamea C. Baahby, Frank E. Stone, An­ son Northiup, Wm. Yan Houten, Waiter Bieen, Wm. A. Dillon, Hen...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 November 1884

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Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 November 1884

By Telegraph The Feeling At Blame's ATOTOTA, Me., NOT. 7.—The latest advice* received here from New York «e to the effect that the republican oommittees, state and na­ tional, after careful examination of the whole ground, us satisfied that the state has gone Blaine and Logan. They say the correct oonnt will dhow a email republican plurality and that theyhave taken steps to establish the fact. Mr. Blaine's residence was crowded all day many prominent citizens from distant parte of the state are arriving. The interest in the result in New York is growing deeper every honr. This afternoon Blaine talked freely abont the situation. He said to a distin­ guished citizen of Maine: "I feel entirely con­ fident that the meat vote of New Yoik, with eut change or manipulation, will show a plurality for the republican electors of not leas than 1,500 votes. I do not speak idly, but from the most accurate data, carefully furnished me from the most competent sources." Mr. BlaiKe added that the dis...

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. — 14 November 1884

$& *V 11 '\f ••8g ss, U. & & jjs f* *k£ ft1' %%K": i-'y f!» gpgfl 8 ppw^ capital City Chips. ir TThe grading of Fourth street moves in. Work on the foundations of the Presbyterian charch progresses rapidly. Judge Francis' charge to the grand jury is ^matter ot mncb favorable comment. Emil PrszybyUki haa opened a barber ahop •-.two aoora east of the Banner house. A team ran away on Main street yesterday and -raised considerable dost, but did no damage. Wait till the Bismarck minstrels appear. They will break down the Atheneum the first night. Improvements ill the city continue and the .sound of hammer, trwel and saw still linger npon the ear. The steamer Undine will not do any more ferrying this season. She went into winter -quarters Thursday. Tbe Quadrille club give their first hop at the 'Garfield Light Guard armory tonight. A pleas *nt time will be had. John Gannon has r-moved his building from the rear of his saloon on Main street to the vacant lot on Meigs street at ...

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. — 21 November 1884

VOL 12, No 25. OYER THE WIRE The iieport of the Doings of a Day Comes to the Tribune Readers. Tfy New York State Canvassing Board Still at Work On the Returns. Sullivan and Laflin Indicted by a New York Grand Jury For Prize Fighting. A Triple Tragedy Reported From Ala bama—A California Editor Shot —Other Items. A Distressing Tale of Suffering Comes From Virginia—A Gasoline Explosion. Other Items of Interest. An Error In the Ketnrns. ALBANY, N. Y.,NOT. 19.—The board of state -canvassers met at o'clock this afternoon all present. Returns from all tbe oonntiea but New York, Kings and St. Lawrence were filed. Tbe returns trom Richmond oounty show a very serious error in the footings on the electoral ticket, and the board directed a telegram sent to the oounty clerk to explain the error. The board adjourned until Thursday. Boscoe Conkling, Wm. 0. Whitney and Francis Lynde Stetson represent the democrats. A New York Post special says: The returns from Biobmond county received by mail at t...

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. — 21 November 1884

till Jintttorck fMlmnt. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE ADMISSION OF DAKOTA. With a democratic administration there is little hope of division of'Dakota, unless it be done this winter, and it is re­ ported from Washington that, congress will be so busy with other matters this session that'nothing may be expected for Dakota except a little agitation of the Sioux reservation scheme. In speaking of the 'shameful manner in which Dakota has been treated by the powers that be at Washington the Minneapolis TRIBUNE says: There are some principles so firmly estab­ lished by usage as to have become integral por­ tions of onr national constitution although not ecifically embodied in the written text. One ot those principles is the right of stateship. The territorial condition is a transient one. As soon aa a territory has people enough fairly to entitle it to a representative in Congress, and has shown itself capable of self-government, it is its right to demand and receive the privileges Of a sovereign ...

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. — 21 November 1884

SbefJismarckSlribunc. jfjThe Meteoric shower. 4'-' The meteoric ahoweis were predicted. The astronomers aaid tbey (the showers) would come and it is'essential that they be properly recorded. Brents of BO great and overwhelming impor­ tance, should not be pawed unnoticed. The THI BUinc's aerial staff were on the alert. The dates set aside for the brilliant displays wete Tues­ day, Wednesday and Thursday' evenings of last week. The astronomical reporters noticed but very little unusual in the heavens Tuesday or Wednesday nights. To be sure, owing to the predictions, the stars were a little brighter than usual and appeared to hang on cords, or swings, and by constant gazing you could observe a alight oscillation in the lights of the canopy. But on the whole, the display that evening did not come np to the soribe's expectations, and he went home at outs with tho astronomers. But Thufisday, the third and last night, the climax came. Everything was propitious the night was dark and ghastl...

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. — 21 November 1884

ft)t ^i0ittarth tMlmne. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, e»»pt Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all puts of the city at twenty-live cents per week, •r 91 per month. ,, BUBSCBTPTIOX BATES. Jne month, postage paid... J-w Three months, postage paid MO Six months,postage paid............. O Sight pages, containing a suimnary of tne newj lot we week, both foreign and local, pnblished every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address '.tor $2.00 six months, $1.25. The WBBKIIYTRIBUNE hasaterge andrap idly increasing circulation tlironfltout the coun­ try, and Is adesirable sheet through which to reach the fanners and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. TO ADVEBTISEBS The DAILY TBIBUNK circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached ty a daily mail, and Is by far the best advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. The general eastern agent of the TBIBIJN* is A. F. Richardson, with headquarter...

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. — 21 November 1884

District Voirt. FBIDAY. Court convened it 9 o'clock. Hon. Wm. H. Francie, judge, presiding. George T. Maonider WM appointed bailiff. Tbe following numbered CM on on the calen­ dar were set for peremptory call today: 84,12 16,19, 20,22,37,41,42,43,41,45, 46.46,51,63, 63,67,70, 71, 72,75, 81,82, 83. Albert O. Hinokley was appointed special bailiff. The case of Gbarles G. Lippold n. Otto Heinie, Paul Heinze and Herman Heinie, waa called. The plaintiff brought auit for wages, amounting to $192.10. The oause is now being tried, C. N. Hunt, for plaintiff Hollembaek & Wright for defendants. P. R. Smith waa arraigned, the indictment charging him with assault with a dangerous weapon on the person of Thomas H. Oollins, November 17lh. Mr. Smith was given until Monday next to plead to the indictment. The judge increase^ his bend to 92,000, which was given and filed, giving two sureties each, quali­ fying in the sum of 94,000. This ease ha* aroused some comment. John Hayes, indicted for gran...

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. — 21 November 1884

"lEr' 6 UGHT HEALTHY BREAD Thebest^^Jjo£j|eastJn4hojffor^^ jaise^^Mhi^je^tjsJight^white^ao^jjhole gome like our qrandiii^thaHs_deliclous^bf6ad. CSOCER3 SELL THEM* PREPARED BY THB Price Baking Powder Co., Bm'fis of Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts, Chicago, III. 6t.Loul8.Mo. NO POISON IN THE PASTRY IF .A-IfclE *crsJS3D. Vnnllla, Lemon, Orange, etc., flavor Cakes, Creama,Pud(llngs,fec.,a* delicately and nat« Mr-ally as the firult from which they are made 3F0R STRENGTH AND TRUE FRUIT FLAVOR THEY STAND ALONE. PREPARED BY THE Price Baking Powder Co.y Chicago, III. St. Louis, Mo HAKER8 OF Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder —AND— Dr. Price's Lupulin Yea^t Gems, Beat JDry Sop Tenii. POE SAT.T! BTT a-seocsxss. WE MAKE BUT ONE QDIUTY. Hastetter's Stom­ ach Bitters is a fine blood depur ent, a rational co tliartic, and a su perb anti-bilious specific. It rallies the failing ener­ gies of the debili­ tated, nnd checks premature decay. I Fever and ague, bilious remittent, ys a and bowel compl...

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. — 21 November 1884

f-1,241 Votes. 'r NEW YOBK, NO-. 14 —The returns from all the conn ties of the state except New York, which is pnt down at the figures formerly announced, make Cleveland's plnralities, 69,651 Blaine's pluralities, 68,410 which gives the state to Cleveland by 1,241 votes. The Situation. NEW YOBK, Nov. 14.—All the counties in this state have sent in their official reports excepting New York, Erie and Monroe. If there is no change in the pluralities of these three counties from what was reported bj their county clerks Cleveland's plurality in the state will be 1,268. The tifty-seven counties which have reported show gains for Cleveland of 27 losses for Cleveland of 40 ga:,ns for Blaine of 13 and losses for Blaine of 14. Tbe canvass in New York connty for the six districts already re­ ported show Cleveland's gain 12, Cleveland's losses 160 Blaine's gaits 79, losses 61 net gain for Blaine, 166. This doeB not include the differ ences already noted in the completed canvass of the First and...

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. — 21 November 1884

A Sad Parsnit. Mr. 8. W. K»an, whose son ma drowned in the Missouri river about fifteen miles below this (it on October 15th, arrived in the city again yesterday, having been continuing bis pursuit and investigation of the case siuce bis last visit. It will be remembered that a young man named Bollin G. Bood was with the unfortunate. yoting fiyan when he was drowned, and wrote a letter to a friend in Minneapolis stating that be would continue his journey to Omaha. Mr. Byan thereupon addressed a letter to~ Bood at Omaha, wbioh not only brought an answer, bat brought Bood in person to Minneapolis. The ither of the drowned boy says that Bood is twenty-one years of age, about six feet high, and the son of the professor of Columbia college. He said that after tLe drowning of bis companion he Conld not realize the fact and believed that Byan had gone to shore. He camped on the tank that ni?ht, expecting that bis lost com­ panion would return. It waa the saddest night ha ever passed. He is...

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. — 28 November 1884

VOL. i2, No 2.6. THE DAY IN BRIEF. The Associated Press Report of the Day's Doings as Wired to the Tribune. The Last Spike of the Fourth Rail­ road Line Across the Conti­ nent Driven Yesterday. Sufferers From the Virginia Epidemic in Need of Nurses, Medi­ cines and Physicians. New York City is to Have a Billiard Tournament in January or February Next. The Colored Citizens of Georgia Hold a Mass Meeting to Consider the Situation. Interesting Items ot News. The Last Spike. HUNTINGTON, Ore., Nov. 25.—At 3:39 this afternoon the formal ceremony of connecting the Oregon Railroad & Navigation company's system of jads with the Oregon Short line took place, than completing the fourth trans­ continental line. The last spike was driven by the officials of the Oregon Railway & Naviga­ tion and Union Pacifio roads. Immediately following the ceremony a special train of the Oregon road ran down to the Idaho line, crossing Snake rivfer bridge near the line. The entire distance from Omaha to...

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