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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 June 1884

Ife.' D)( $i0tnarcit ffiribuitt. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAIL'S TRIBUNE. ffiSS,SSM 5M$it^S8,S KESSedM twenty-five cents per week, or 91 per month. BUBSCBIPTION BATH. jne month, postage paid.... J*«# Threemonfhs,postage paid— 8.00 8&months.postage pafi One ySSTpostoge-pjad 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight pages, containing a summaryof the news «f Th« wSk. both foreign and local, pnbllshed ev^ SvS, posuwe paid, to any address for82.005 six months. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TRIBUNE circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck. reached by a dail ""Ahv Dne hundred miles 01 BHIIIMCK reacucu ily and is by far the best advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. -v.mrT TnTMim hu alanK andrap- ,ttr tha advertising NEWMWT RIBUNE has a large and rap Idly increasing circulation thronghout the coun tr/ and is a desirable sheetthrough which to ivach the farmers and residents of the small tAwns remote from rftilro&d lilies* The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A. R...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 20 June 1884

& I I in these 1 'rv&pf WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, June 17.—Mr. Slocam presented the conferenoe report on the Tits John Porter Mil. The effect is to strike out of the bill the words "together with all rights, titles nd priv­ ileges," and to insert the words "provided that said Fitz John Porter shall receive no compen­ sation or allowance whatsoever prior to his ap­ pointment onder this aot," instead of the fol­ low: ng words in the bill "But this aot shall not be eonstroed as authorising pay, oompen nfttjnr. or allowance prior to his appointment nnflar it." The conference report was agreed to by 158 to 81. Mr. Payson, of the committee on pablio lands, reported back bill to declare all lands held in indemnity limits for railroad and wagon road purposes. Pat on house calendar The boose then went into committee of the whole, with Mr. Dann in the chair on the defic­ iency bill. After along debate the commit­ tee rose and reported the postal deficiency bill, and the honse agreed in ...

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. — 20 June 1884

6 The New Church. Bev. C. B. Austin, of the Presbyterian ohnrch, is one of those enterprising representatives of the clergy of the country, who is a constant blessing to the community in which he may reside, and not only labors vigorously and ef­ fectively for the salvation of souls, but uses bis jpflnonno in the adornment of the church and the city. The reverend gentleman announced in Sunday morning's TRIBUNE that he would preach on a subject of special interest and in­ vited all to be present. The result was a crowd ed churoh, and after inspiring music Mr. Austin bv announcing his text which was—the writer will not attempt tc repeat—but the gist of the sermon was on the progress,refinement,happi­ ness and salvation of mankind. He said that mankind must not only absorb learning, luxury and attainments, but he must also expend these qualities and blessings, and thus aid in the grand work of human regeneration and purifi­ cation. We must diffuse the light of our achievements upon the...

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. — 20 June 1884

*apt ,1% Campbell Cinehed. YANKTON Dak., Jane 13.—(8pecial).—The case of Governor, Ordway for alleged bribery in connection with the organization of Fanlk county, came ug. for trial today betolte Judge Edgerton in the United States district court. The indictment was engineered throngh the late grand jury by United States Attorney Campbell, not as is commonly believed became there was crime to punish, bat for effect upon the terri­ torial convention and at Washington bnt when the convention failtd to denounce Ordway it was felt that the real object of the indictment had been def eate.'. Governor Ordway's counsel were Ex Governor Davis, of Minnesota, and Ex Chief Justioe Shannon,o Dakota, with the ad­ ditional help of Col. Parker, of Deadwood. To­ day Gov: Davis made a motion to quash the indictment upon the gronnd that the clause in the revised statutes providing for the punish­ ment of United States officers who accept bribes or gratuities tor influencing their decision in any matte...

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. — 20 June 1884

"'W ts^mm i^Nsi®' Sgipi®? Bey. W. F. Moffet, of Montrose. D. the Sheridan. 8. G. Child, i-" v-'groy UjefiamarchSrilwtte. Personal. T., of is at Bine Earth,Minn., i» visiting the capital city. Attorney General Haghea retained from Val ley City Wednesday. C. F. Meyers, of Green Bay, Wis., i- perambu­ lating the capital city. Angnst Berentbal, of Milwaukee, came in on •yesterday morning's train. B. W. Preston, of Philadelphia, looked in upon the capital city yesterday. Mr. Theodore Talimadge, of Columbus, O., is in the city with a view of investment. Anton Klaus, Jamestown's admirable boom citizen was among yesterday's arrivals. F.E Jones, secretary of the board of direc­ tors of the Jamestown Insane asylum, is at the Sheridan. Hon. Alexander McKenzie returned from his extended tour yesterday morning and is now resting at home. Miaa Anderson, the accomplished trimmer of H, B. m""? & Co.'s millinery department, will retom to Chicago soon. J. W. Shannon, one of South Dakota's influ­ ...

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. — 27 June 1884

•1 1 VOL. 12, No. 4. KEY AND SOUNDER Give Forth the News for the Edifica­ tion of the Headers of the Tribune. An Important Land Case Involving1 the Title to Duluth On Trial at St. Paul. General Losran Officially Notified His Nomination for the Yic-e Presidency. of An Old New York Banking Firm Sus­ pends Business on Account of Shrinkage of Values. A Black Fiend Lynched in Texas Carpenter, ot Fraudulent Scrip Fame, Convicted. Notified Officially. WASHINGTON, Jane 24.—Chairman Henderson and the members of the committee charged by the national republican convention with the dutyjof formally notifying the candidatf a for the presidency and vice presidency of their nomina­ tion met at noon today and proceeded to the residence of General Logan and were ushered intl a large parlor. The general stood in the middle of the room, with Mrs. Logan at his right h»nil, and was introduced to the members of the committee by the chairman. When this oeremony was performed the company arranged themselve...

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 June 1884

gljeflwmflrcttiribttue. BY M. H. JEWELL/ THROUGH the Bismarck chamber of commerce the cuts attention of Vice Presi­ dent Oakes should be called to the seeming disregard of subordinates in the matter of protection of railroad property. It is a fact well known to steamboat men and railroad men that Bismarck has or can have, with little expense, one of the finest steamboat landings on the river. The railroad company has built at this point the finest river warehouse in the United States. It is 600 feet long and 40 feet wide, without a post or stanchion on the inside to interfere with the move­ ment of freight. It has an eight-foot platform its entire length and on each end. A train of eighteen cars can be un­ loaded at the same time and a track also runs between the warehouse and the river. This property ought to be pro­ tected. The June rise in the Missouri river always means that its banks will cut more or less. This can be averted, however, by simply dumping a few car loads of rock ...

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 June 1884

Almost Drowned. A report of narrow esoape from drowning on Tuesday came to the TBIBUNE Friday morning, the individual who stood upon the brink of eternity being one John Taylor, who lives on the east bank of the Uusonri about forty miles north of Bismarck. The story is one of nnusual interest and thrilling sentiment. Taylor had been Chatting with several Indian? who were sneaking aroand in the woods and had bid them good-bye. The Indians started ont on the river in their canoes and were about twenty rods from shore when they beckoned Taylor to follow them. Having nothing in partionlar to do, Taylor jumped in his small boat and rowed to the point where the Indians were awaiting his arrival. The redskins ap­ peared to be in a jocular mood, as they wore broad, expressive grins, and Taylor thought at first that they wanted to race with him. Much to his surprise, upon reaching them one of the squaws leaped over into his boat and with loud, defiant laughter began to rock the frail craft 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. — 27 June 1884

}V BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck. Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts ol the city at twenty-five cents per week, 9t 91 per month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid... I MB Three months, postage paid.. 3.00 81* months, postage paid One year, postage paid «MW TWK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary of the news ol the week, both foreign and local, pnblished every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address lor $2.00 six months, $1.25. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TRIBUNE circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mail, and is by far the best advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE has a large andrap uy increasing circulation thronghout the coun­ try. and is a desirable sheet through which .to reach the farmers and residents of the small i.owns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUNE is A. F. Richardson, wit...

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 June 1884

A British Findlnc. GLASGOW, Jnne 55 —In the matter of the col­ lision of the steamers State of Florida and Pomona, the conrt found that the State of Florida's arrangement* for lowering boats were satisfactory, and that orders to lower the boats were promptly given, but that only three boats were capable of being lowered because the Florida was going at the rate of eight knotB an honr that passengers and even some of the crew hesitated to enter the boats owing to the great speed the steamer was going, and hence the great loss of life. It was found by the court that Captain Sadlier did his duty to the last that he was last seen endeavoring to calm the passengers that the second and third mates performed their duty that the Pomona was navigated with proper, seamanlike care, but that the Bteamer Florida was not, and that the chief officer, Thompson, of the State of Florida was to blame for the calamity. The court advised the sus­ pension of Thompson's certificate as master for six month...

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 June 1884

6 ^temarrlt Subline. An Indian Outrage, The officers nd soldier* of Ft. Lincoln were aroused Saturday night last at about 11:30 p. m. by the report that Indians had been intimi­ dating whites below the Little Heart river on the old Black Hills stage road. A few settlers «aiTiA to the fort in great haste and reported that the T"«ii»n« had been threatening to burn their houses and wagons and kill the women. One of the redskins drew his knife and signified his willingness to cut throats by motions of the while with several other Indians at a house where the wife, a German woman, was alone. When this report reached Fort Lincoln Oolouel Conrad sent a detachment of men and captured five or six Indians. The one who bad threat­ ened the woman's life was identified and sent to Mahdan in the sheriff's care. Major McLaugh­ lin, of Standing ltock, has been notified of the action of the Indians and immediate steps for their punishment will doubtless be taken. The report is that about six hundred...

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 June 1884

The Prohibitionists. CHICAGO, Ja 20.—The American Prohibition party held another session thin morning and appointed a committee, with Ex Senator Pom­ eroy as chairman, to formulate a platform, after which the convention adjourned until 2 o'clock. In the afternoon aeaaion a platform was adopted, which declarei that the God of the Christian scriptures is the author of civil gov­ ernment favors the use of the Bible in schools asserts that God requires thai mkn needs a Sab­ bath demands stric* prohibition laws: the withdrawal of all charters to secret lodges and that their oaths be prohibited by laws opposes prison and imported contract labor favors a re­ vision of patent laws pledges the party to vote for woman suffrage asserts that the civil equality granted by the 13th, 14th and 16th amendments should be extended to Indians and Chinamen that international differences should be settled by arbitration that land and other monopolies should be discouraged that govern­ ment should famish ...

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 June 1884

*1 Capital Git)- Vhlrs. Water in the Missouri continues to recede. New bouses continue to be built in all parte of the city. W ears his leather medal with dae digni ty and grace. E. H. Bly will furnish the brick for the new Griffin bailding. Horse stealing is becoming unpopular in McLean county. The schools close today with fitting exercises in each department. The western tunnels have been repaired and trains are on time again. Barley is heading out and harvest prepara­ tions will soon be made. Jacob O'Neil was lynched in McLean county Sunday night for horse stealing. Col. John H. Richards and George Thomas are working hard on the tax list. An excursion to the Mandan Indian village north of the city is now talked of. The city council intend opening Seventh and Eighth streets to the traveling public. It is reported that an equestrienne prize will be offered on July 4th for a five-mile race. A new and muoh needed sidewalk is being laid around the First National bank block. The excurs...

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. — 4 July 1884

a VOL. !2, No. 5. .• THE LATEST NEWS. By Telegraph From all Parts of the World Comes the News of the Day. Another Baby Farming Establish­ ment Unearthed and Brought to Light in Wicked Gotham. Starving Indians are Exciting Ap­ prehensions of Trouble in Our Neighboring Territory. •'Jimmy the Kid" Was Too Smart For Fargo's Chief of Police and Left Him. A Young" Man W ho Wanted a Horse Got Him From a Jamestown Livery Man. The Last Rail Laid on the Fargo Southern and the First Through Train Starts To-Day. The Great Detective Oead. CHICAGO, July 1.—Allan Pinkerton, the fa­ mous detective, diod at 3:10 this afternoon. He has been gradually sinking from the effects of malarial fever contracted some weeks ago while on a visit south. His physicians virtually abandoned hope late last night. The de­ ceased was unconscious when he expired. He was born in 1819 in Glasgow, where his father was a sergeant of police, and was apprenticed to a cooper, and at 22 years of age attained prominence 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. — 4 July 1884

2 BY M. H. JEWELL. FORT KICK OPES. The house has passed the senate bill opening certain old military reserva­ tions, including Fort Bice. The bill now becomes a law. Through the ef­ forts of Register Rea the bill was amended so that the settlers upon the reservation prior to Jannary 1,1884, will be protected by permitting them to enter their lands under the homestead laws in quantities not exceedinging 160 acres each. Lands not occupied by the set­ tlers will be put up at auction and sold. The first step will be the survey. Second, entry of lands by settlers. Third, sale of remainder. The second will hardly oc­ cur before next spriug. Meantime the settlers can rest easy. IT is really pleasing to pickup an occa­ sional South Dakota paper that treats territorial questions with fairness. The Sioux Falls Leader is such a paper. While it may not always endorse meas­ ures advocated by the northern or south­ ern portions of the territory, its objec­ tions are clothed in courteous and polit...

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. — 4 July 1884

ibefltemarcKIrUmtte. The Last Day. I No more significant manifestation of the in terest taken by the people of Bismarck in tbeir 1 public schools could have been exhibited than by the generous attendance at the closing exer­ cises Friday afternoon. Every spare seat in every room was occupied, and the scholars pre­ sented a gay and admirable spectacle. The chronicler of passing events was there with a remnant of a pencil and cheap paper, but it was utterly impossible for one to visit each depart­ ment and do justice to the occasion. The scene in the building wad one calculated to inspire the most sluggish mind to thoughts of PRIDE AND ADMIRATION. With several hundred young Americans, as bright, well dressed and well behaved as ever bent a pin or manipulated the playful tick tack,' a Dakotaian could not but congratulate himself upon the intelligence and ambition of the capi­ tal city's rising generation. It would be tire­ some to give a detailed account of the exercises, and it is suf...

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. — 4 July 1884

®(jeii0tttarc!t®rUM«£. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of tlie city at twenty-five cents per week, vr $1 per month. •S 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Juemonth,postage paid... Three months, postage paid Six months, postage gam One year, postage paid THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Eight pages, containing a summary ol the news of Lhe week, both foreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.00 six months, §1.25. TO ADVERTISERS The DAILY TKIUUXE circulates in every town within one hundred miles of Bismarck reached by a daily mail, and is by tar the best advertising medium in this part of the Northwest. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE has a large and rap Idly increasing circulation thronghout the conn try, and is a desirable sheet through which to reach the fanners and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines. The general eastern agent of the TRIBUTE...

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. — 4 July 1884

WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, July 1.—Senator Harrison,from the committee on military affairs, reported the house bill providing for the establishment of a branch soldiers' home west of the Mississippi. It was amended by substituting the senate bill for the same purposes already passed, and as so amended it passed. Senator Cockrell, from the committee on military affairs, reported favora­ bly, with amendments, the house bill relieving from the charge of desertion soldiers who served until the expiration of their terms and are improperly charged with desertion. The bill after amendment passed. As passed it requires that application for the relief provided for shall be made within five years from the! passage. The house bill was passed, granting a pension of $50 a month to the widow of Gen. James Bteadman. The joint resolution introduced yesterday by Senator Cameron,Pennsylvania,directing the secretary of the treasury to redeom $1,000,000 worth of trade dollars at their face value, was laid...

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. — 4 July 1884

6 The Baptist Convention. TOWEB CITY. June 26.—[Special correspond­ ence.! The Baptist Sabbath School convention convened in the First Baptist church of Tower City, D. T., Thursday morning, 26th inst., at 10:30. Rev. F. E. Bostwick, colporteur of the American Baptist Publication society, led the devotional exercises, after which the Address of Welcome was made by Bev. A. M. Allyn, pastor Of the Baptist church here, and replied toby Rev. G. W. Huntly, general^missionary. At 11 o'clock the convention was duly organ ized by the election of the following officere: President—Rev. J. R. Deckard, of Bismarck. First Yice President—Rev. A. McDonald, of Grafton. Second Vice President—Rev. J. S. H. Johnsor, of Fargo. Secretary and Treasurer—Bro. F. M. Allen, of Lisbon. Reports were made from fourteen Sabbath schools, showing progress. The following programme was carried out: Paper—"Importance of this convention and its work," Rev. E. E. Tyron. Question—"Oaght a church to sustain moie than one ...

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. — 4 July 1884

By Telegraph Dakota's Sew Governor. WASHINGTON, Jane 27.—Gilbert A. Pierce, of Illinois, was nominated for governor of Dakota by the president to lay. Col. Gilbert A. Pierce was born on a farm near Valparaiso, Ind., forty-two years ago. His early years were spent behind the plow and in the harvest field, his evenings being devoted to careful study of the few books his father's scant library held. At an early age he evinced a lik­ ing for the study of the law, and such works as he could get on this subject he devoured greed­ ily. In his eariy manhood he was admitted to the bar and taoked his shingle over the door of a weekly newspaper office, where at first he had but desk room. Soon he acquired a proprietary in terest in the paper, and finally became the sole owner. From this time he divided his great energies between the conducting of hia paper and the pursuit of his legal practice, until the demand for troops took him to the front. His commanding presence and cool bearing earned f...

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