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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 January 1885

6 :***.•/ 2v ~fl^, DAKOTA'S SOLON8. Brief Sketches of the Statesmen As­ sembled at the City ot Bismarck, Who Have Come to the Capital to Legislate for the Northwest Empire. Classification ot Members The Farmers Outnumber the Other Professions— And There is Every Reason to Believe That Granger Laws Will Be Enacted. THERE are twenty-four members in the council and forty-eight in the house, or a total of seventy-two members. The oldest member in the council is Dr. V. P. Kennedy, of Brown county, aged 60, and the youngest, C. D. Austin, of Ran­ som, aged 28. The average age of the members of both houses is 39 years. The oldest member of the house is J. M. Bay­ ard, of Turner county, aged 58, and the youngest ones, P. J. McCumber, of Rich­ land and H. S. Oliver, of Ransom county, aged 26. The average shows a remark­ ably young lot of law-makers. There are 16 in the legislature who came to Dakota from Iowa 15 from Minnesota 11 from Wisconsin 11 from Illinois 2 from Ohio 2 from New York 2 ...

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. — 16 January 1885

^4 vn A TEST YOUR B&KINCr POWDER TO-DAY! Brands advertised as absolutely pure OOBfTAXN ./% THriMTOMTrA. THE TEST: Place a can top down on a hot stove nntll heated, the* remove the cover and smell. A chemist will not c© r#» quired to detect the presence of ammonia. DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA. ITS HEAlTHFlLXKSS IUS NEVER BEES QUESTIONED. In a million homos for a quarter of a century It hai stood the consumers' reliable test, THE TEST OF THE OVEN. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., MAKERS 07 Dr. Price's Special Flayoring Extracts, The itronc«t,nioat delieloui and natnra I flavor known, ud Dr. Price's Lupuiin Yeast Gems For Light, Healthy Bread, The Best Dry Hop Yeast in the World. FOR 8ALE BY CROCERS. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS. LIGHT HEALTHY BREAD YEASTGEMS The best dry hop yeast jn^he_wor|d^__Bread raised by this yeast is light, white and whole some like our grandmother's delicious_bread. GROCERS SELL THEM* PREPARED BY THS Price Baking Powder Co., lanTrs of Br. Price's special Flavoring Extracts, Ch...

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. — 16 January 1885

pfpsipr It (lb £.f, »*. fbe Bigmarcitlrilmttc. CtmisBioun' ooiiveatlon. BISMABCK, Jtn. 14,1885. The Mixiciation was called to order at 2:30, And addressed by the chair. Minutes read and approved. Boll called by counties, and the following delegates answered to their names: Cast) cou ty—J 0 Gill, chairman commission era. O Kitwner, W Bedmo^d. Guerdon Fish, coroner. Trail! cannfy-P Herbrandson, Badd DeGroat, Thompson, commission' S. Grand Forks county—A Christian!, chairman 0'L»ary, Bray, commissioners. Wa!sh county—Win Code, chairman I Aekeltoa, Alex Thompson, commissioners O -Faulk, auditor. Morton cuaaty—£ Boley, chairman W A Carr •G W Ade, commissioners Long, district attorney V*n VUck, register of deads E Steele, superintendent of schools. Pembina ooanty—F (J Myrick, Wallace McLeod, oommissionera. 8 irk a ity—J Perry, W Wilkins, com miseioners. Griggs coanty —H Smart, register of deeds. BichUnd coanty—J W Deans, chairman of ^ommisslonara. Brown county—C W Swift, oommissioner A Jo...

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. — 23 January 1885

I I Urns -Sf ,***£/-• '5: *.{ If r*' 5? 1 VOL. .a, NO 34. CAMERON. Pennsylvania Stands By the Clan Cameron, and Keturns Don­ ald the Chief. Batch of United States Senators Who Can Now Read Their Title Clear. Revolutionary Outlook at the State Capital In Illinois Over the Senatorsbip. Old Man Haines Afraid, and Appeals to the City Mayor For Protection. The Miners in the Hocking Valley Preparing For a General Outbreak. United States Senators Elected. HARBISBUBG, Jan. 20.—At the afternoon session of the senate, Cameron received a majority of all the votes for United States senator. When Mr. Agnew's name was called, he voted for A. W. Acheson. of Washington county Mr. Emery cast his vote for William D. Kelley, of Philadel­ phia. All of the other republicans voted for Senator Cameron, giving him 28 votes. The democrats voted for Wil­ ling A. Wallace and he secured a total of 18. President Mylin declared that Cam­ eron had been named for United States senator from Pennsylvania for the nex...

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. — 23 January 1885

?. f 'r $ I SljeifomarcltSributte. H. H. JEWELL. KEEP OUT THE MUOWUMPS. The United States senate will be re­ publican the first two years of President Cleveland's administration. It will be the part of wisdom for that body to con­ firm all appointments that he makes from the ranks of the democratic party, north or south, but refuse to confirm the ap pointment of a mugwump or traitor re publican-to any position. The TRIBUNE trusts that this will be the policy which that body will pursue. The democratic party won in the contest, and it is but right that tried and true democrats should be appointed to fill the offices. This is American politics. Pecksniffian states­ men may prate about what they call civil service reform, the only effect of which would be to build up an office-holding aristocracy in the republic. That is not the kind of reform to carry out under a "government of the people, for the peo­ ple and by the people." The mugwumps and traitors have their reward in the de­ feat...

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. — 23 January 1885

CAUSES OF LUNACY. A PHYSICIAN GIVES INCIDENTS OF HIS ASYLUM PRACTICE. Treatment of Lunatics A' Theory of Cure—How Some Obstinate Cases Were Made Easy to Handle—Ignorance and Intelligence. [Louisville Courier-Journal.] vi* V4 "Lunatics should be treated as children If one expects to govern or cure them, and a kind but firm rule will do more toward ef-' fecting both than all the harshness and bru­ tality in the world." The speaker was a prominent physician connected with one of the several insane asy­ lums of the state, and his remarks were made in a general discussion on insanity, its causes and cure. Continuing, the doctor said: "When I say a kind, but firm rule, I mean that those having lunatics in charge should cultivate them, talk to them pleasantly as often as the circumstances will permit, and teach them that you mean no harm and that you will give them protection. This creates a friendly, trustful feeling in them, drives away the fears which usually inhabit the mind of the der...

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. — 23 January 1885

§|ji jSiomarck ^tbune. THE DAILY TRIHUNE, Pablished every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, Is delivered by carrier to all puts of the ity at twenty-five cents per week, or 91 per montn. SUBSCRIPTION SATES. One month, postage paid. 1J5 Three months,postage paid Six months, postage paid.. Jg OM^-«SWfevTaBBNkV••• lished every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.00: six months, $125. The WBUKLY tfitiBUNKhasa large and rap­ idly increasing circulation throughout toe coun­ try, and is adcsirable medium trough which to reach the fanners and residents of the small towns remote from railroad lines TO ADVERTISERS! The DAILY 'fRiMJNscircul LEUISLATIVE REPORTS. The legislative reports, personal gos­ sip, local and territorial news, Wash­ ington and general telegraphic matter will be found complete in the columns of the DAILY TRIBUNE. The circulation of the daily now extends to every county in the territory, but many will be here who have friends at home who will be anx...

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. — 23 January 1885

bill allows no discrimination in freight char­ ges, and compels the companies tc keep posted notices of the freight rates of their respective lines. The bill also steps into the elevator question and provides that the railroads shall allow elevators of any capacity built noon their right of way. MB DAWSON. (tare notice of a bill to amend section 1, chapter 85, of the session laws of 1883, so that the time for taking lien on offsprings of mires or cows for serving servioes shall be extended from ten to ninety days from time of birth. Mr. Dawson will also introduce a bill to va­ cate the townsite of Heckling, Clay oounty.. MB. *c CALL will introduce a bill|to.regulate the sessions of the board of county commissioners of Law rence county and fixing the pay of its mem­ bers The commissioners of Lawrence county now receive $8 per diem and Mr. McCall pro poses to reduce their pay to (4, and correct several errois in the special law now in exist­ ence and applying to that county. Mr. McCal...

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. — 23 January 1885

,«' 'f A STORY OF REAL LOVE NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S COURT* SHIP OF SOPHIA PEABODY. A Fatal Attack of Lore mt First Sight TV«y Urow Tired of Waiting for fortune—Faithful to the End. [From Hawthorne's Biography.) One evening Nathaniel and his sister Eliza­ beth ca Ued on the Peabodys. Sophia Pea liodjr was ill. acd Elizabeth went up to her :. ixwm and begged her to come down to see the caller?. -"You never saw anything so splendid. as he is—he is handsomer than Lord Byron." The sick girl was not to so easily wbn.' She declined to make the effort to se£ the rising novelist. Miss Peabody re­ calls the "beauty of the outline of his features, the pure complexion, the wonder­ ful eyes, like mountain lakes reflecting the sky." Of course he called again and then Sophia saw him. It was a fatal attack at once on both sides. "As we went on talking she would frequently interpose a remark in her low, sweet voice.4 Every time she did so he would look at her again with the same pierceing, indrawing g...

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. — 23 January 1885

8fOP AND THINK. E. M. Haines, who was chosen tempo­ rary speaker of the Illinois house of rep­ resentatives and had himself sworn in as permanent speaker of that body, is making no end of trouble to the body over which he claims to preside. "How to get rid of Haines," is the conundrum the Illinois solons are trying to solve. Whether he is right or wrong, we will not undertake to say. But he gave utter­ ance^ the other day, to a sentence which contained good common sense advice. A young and inexperienced member got up, in a state of great excitement, and commenced to declaim, saying that the house would adjourn, then re-assemble and choose a presiding officer. Haines kept perfectly cool and gently remarked: "Young man, it is not considered good parliamentary tactics to develop your programme too soon." It would be well if some of our South Dakota brethren would heed this admonition and act upon it. They are uncovering their line of ac­ tion. Engaged as they are in a revolu­ tionary s...

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. — 23 January 1885

9?' file BwtnarchSriimne. A. Protest. In pursuance of the nil printed in our laat morning'* tone, a large and entbnsiaatie body of citizena from this city and county,, met ip the oourt home to protent against the dismem­ berment of Burleigh county, by the annexa­ tion of portions. thereof to the counties of Kidder and McLean. On motion of David Stewart e*q., the meeting was called to order by tbe appointment of Har vev Harris, as chairman and Charles H. Glagne •eocetary John (J. Hollembaek, in response to a request from the chairman, briefly and clearly set oat the purpose of the meeting. Mersn Bait of Kidder county, Rev. 8. H. Thompson, Wilson, Harris. Wright, Judge Bowen, Stewart and Southmayd and Glagne, ad­ dressed the meeting upon the issue presented, to wit, the utter inexpediency and folly of en •hanctng the already weighty burden of taxation by dismembering the oouuty of Bnrleigh in the manner proposed by the two measures now {lending. On motion, a committee consisting of Me...

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. — 30 January 1885

VOL. 12, No 35. THE SOUDAN. Stewart Heard From—His Army Vic­ torious in Two Hard-Fought Battles. A Cold Wave to The South and East— A Uild Chinook Coming From The West. A Notorious Desperado and Horse Thief Hung* by Vigilantes in Montana. Havoc by a Storm Among the Fishing Vessels Off the Coast of Newfoundland. Two Families Poisoned in Pennsyl­ vania—One from Drinking Water, the Other From Wine. FOREIGN. Stewart Heard Brom. LONDON, Jan. 28.—11 a. m. Intelli­ gence has just been received at the war office that General Stewart's forces are entrenched south of Metemneb. The dis­ patch also gives the gratifying informa­ tion that Stewart is in communication flfith General Gordon. Stewart's force had several fights with the Arab rebels before reaching Metemneh. General Stewart himself was badly wounded. Five of the Mahdi's enemies were killed in the figlit. General Wolseley, in the dispatch, reports the capture of Met meneh by the British. He also says that Sir Charles Wilson has gone to...

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. — 30 January 1885

ll)c|5i$wartk®rtbuttc. H. 11. JEWELL. A PERTIHESiT MATTER. A bill providing against the importa­ tion of contract labor passed the lower house of congress, and has been pending in the senate. The fear that it may be allowed to die has induced the labor or­ ganizations of the country to have letters addressed to senators urging favorable action on this bill. The subject was re­ ferred to in the political platforms of both political parties, and both are pledged to oppose the admission to this country of contract labor. The Chinese trouble on the Pacific coast, and the Hun­ garian and Italian difficulties east, are both the outgrowth of this system. The evil should certainly be abated. The objection to this form of employ­ ing labor is that it brings in a class of labor that is undesirable, and at prices that are ruinous to our people. The contracts are so drawn that those subject to them are in a species of slavery, and so not free in their actions. The object of the entire system is...

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. — 30 January 1885

LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP. In the Matter of Legislative Gossip, the Capital Bill Again is the Principal Topic. The Bill is Taken Up in the Council, and After a Long* Debate is Disposed Of By Being Beferred to a Committee of Five to be Appointed by the Chair To-Day. A Number of Important Bills Are Introduced, and Several Others Are Passed. The Sheriffs Hold an Enthusiastic Meeting and Oiganize The Association. eleventh lay. The representatives of the people of Dakota are gradually doing away with the rubbish and vetting down to business. With a favorable change in the weather cam 3 a very favorable and encouraging change in the dispositions of the legislators. They are now bent upon throw* ing to the winds all namby-pamby, breezy legislative nonentities and getting down, on all fours, to business. Yesterday's proceedings, especially in the council, were the most inter bating of the session, and gave the gossipers more good, fresh material npon which to work. MUST GO TO OBDWAY. The discussio...

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. — 30 January 1885

-with whoop of enthusiasm not oaly ripple, but a torrent of laughter, and a whole tornado of music. And it Bounded like a tornado in a tin shop. After a number of straw (and glass) ballots, the election of officera was announced ••the next order of business. Mr. F. V. Barnes arose and nominated Captain J. P. fielding, of Deadwood, as president of the body. Mr. Barnes, in presenting the name of Mr. Belding said that he knew the man he nominated was in every way qualified to fill the position, and he soared in lofty eologies his voice reached a swaet soft whisper when the string was palled and he was brought back to earth. The eleotion of Mr. Belding wan make unanumius. Mr, Armstrong then arose to nominate Mr. Jt. W. Bodgers, of Aahton, for vice president. He offered as an apology for bis speech, which was foil of spice (token from the end of the bar at proper intervals), that he was weary from a hard day's work in the interest of his constituents. He h«rl the deepest sympathy of all ...

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. — 30 January 1885

dates henceforth until the close of the last ex­ ecutive session of the council. Of coarae, the principal offices to be filled by the governor and oonncil are anditor, treasurer and attorney gen­ eral. For e»ch of theae offices several candi­ dates have pnt in an appearance, bnt the moat business-like a pearing candidacy is that FOB AUDITOR. There are numerous candidates for this office, the most prominent of whom is Mr. (Jbarles D. Crouch, of Huron, who is here with a very strong following from the south, as well as the pledged support of every member of the council from the north. The gentlemen who champion Mr. Grouch's cause are deeply in earnest, not particularly for any sectional reason, bat be­ cause of an admiration for the young gentlemen and his commendable qualities. Mr. Crouch although quite youthful in appearance is tweii ty-six years of age, and has been an orphan since April 6,1862, on the morning of wLich day bis father, dtephen D. Cronch, was shot in the memorable ba...

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. — 30 January 1885

5EHY0UR BAKlNtr POWDER TO-DAY! Brands advertised a# absolutely pure THE TE8T: "Ptaee a'ean top down on a hot stove until heated, the* -emuore the cover and smell. A chemist wilt not be re­ paired to detect the presence of ammonia. DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA. •39 HUMUnrUIB8S HAS NEVER BEES QU1BTI05ID. In a million homes for a quarter of a century the consumers' reliable test. 4 It haa THE TESTOFJHE OVEN. PRICE BAKING fOWDER CO., Dr. •ffc. si »1 wt, delltlons sad aatara I llaTOr kaow«,«»d Ar. Prist's Lupulin Yeast Qsms Tor Light. Healthy Bread, The Best Dry Bop Yeast in the World. FOR 8ALE BY GROCERS. 5MICAQO. ST. LOUIS. IICHT HEALTHY BREAD IYEASTGBSS The best dry hop yeast ijiJhg_woijd1_Bread TOisej^b^his^easMsJight^white^nt^whole ^oinelik^puf^^andinotherj^^eHcious^read. GROCERS SELL THENI. PREPARED BV THS Price Baking Powder Co., flanTrsof Dr. Price's special Flayoring Extracts, Chicago, III. St. Louis* MOs INVIGORATOR Is just what its name implies a Turelf Vegetable "Compound, thai E...

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. — 30 January 1885

4 I TREMBLING. The British People Still Trembling For Fear of Another Dynamite Explosion. The House Committee on Foreiga AT fairs Propose to Investigate the Explosion Business. A Weary Kansas Wanderer, Short in His Accounts, Turns Up In England. Cheap Postage Proposed On Third Class ifatter—Good News For Newspaper Men. Precautions to be Taken to Prevent Fire in the Capitol at Washington. FOREIOX. Special Precaution. LONDON, Jan. 27.—In consequence of the receipt of threats to blow up the gen­ eral post office, the government has or­ dered special precaution to be taken for the protection of the building. The Damaged Halls. LONDON, Jan. 27.—The roof of West­ minster hall will be thoroughly examined before the public are admitted into the building, although it is believed the roof is not damaged. The police have pro­ hibited persons from loitering in the outer courts. The guild hall, usually &• public lounging place, is closed. It Works. LONDON, Jan. 27.—The electric light apparat...

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. — 30 January 1885

WMHn«TOI. The VMMMIIU AWARD. WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.—The president to-day transmitted to the house a letter -from the secretary of state concerning the awards made by the Venezuelan mixed commission. In the opinion of the secretary of state, the honor of the United States calls for an investigation of the charge made by Venezuela that seven awards, amounting to $794,122, are tainted with fraud. Nominations. Edward A. Kriedler of Montana, United States marshal for that territory. Nicholas H. Owings, secretary of Washington territory. 43ourt.Martial Trials. The general court martial before which General Swain has been on trial will, it is thought, reach a conclusion in that officer's case by to-morrow night, and will then proceed to the trial of Colonel KobertP. Morrow, on the charge of duplicating pay accounts. Aiuinal State Dinner. The President gave his annual dinner to the members of the diplomatic corps at the white house, this evening. Of forty guests present, fifteen were envoys a...

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. — 6 February 1885

VOL. 2. No 36. ELECTION FRAUDS. The Chicago Election Frauds—Exami­ nation of the Guilty Parties Commenced. A Cold-Blooded Murder at Radical City, Kansas—Hunting the Murderers. A Negro Murderer in Texas Taken From His Cell and Lung by a Mob. A Burning Coal Mine in Pennsylvania Beyond All Control ot the Miners. The Steamer Wilmington Lost On the Pacific Coast—Eleven Days Out From San Francisco. Election Francis. CHICAGO, Feb. 5.—The trial of Jos C. Macken for participation in the alleged 18th ward election frauds began in the United States court this morning. The attorney for the defendant requested an­ other continuance, but this was refused by the court. The work of empanelling the jury is now passing. In the present trial the defendants, in addition to Macken, are Gallagher, Biehle and Glea son, all of whom are arraigned upon the .general charge of conspiracy. A Brutal Jlnrder. I INDEPENDENCE, Ks., Feb. 5.—A cold Wooded murder, near the village of Rad­ ical City, this county, was d...

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