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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 July 1885

^•TrC ft t«f«• &\ fk 1 Ju i. '& M-i 5SM,k if) I 1 xmm i=z ifc %e §fauaMk Iribmw. BY NORTH WESTERN STORMS. The Roccnt Storms Quito Severe In Some LODSUUM, but Oanu«e Not Onai. TOWEB CITY, DAK., July 80.—A terrible "wind storm passed over here yesterday forenoon, and twisted the roller rink into an elbow, ana barns and outbuildings were ^demolished. At Buffalo the storm was still heavier, and did much damage to build­ ings, rinks, chimneys, etc. Howe & Mair's big stock barn, 190 by 40 feet, was blown down. The weather was very hot. The temperature was 102 degrees on Tuesday and ninety-nine degrees today. Wheat is suffering. AT WILMAR. WILMAK, MINN., July 30.—A severe wind storm passed .through this section yester­ day forenoon. At Green Lake the school house in district seventy-eight was blown to atoms. The extent of damage to crops can not yet4be estimated. Hail fell in sev­ eral places. AT PIERRE. PIERRE, DAK., July 30.—No rain has fal­ len in Hughes county for some days...

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. — 31 July 1885

bt p-pit 9 !fv !feV: '•SSW. M-V *p I ^v W:- IS 3& &'*.• 9 W&t\ A LAND OF SUNSHINE. 8ICK PEOPLE WHO GO TO FLORIDA TO DIE. t^o i'-i. The Sad Mistake Which Incurable In valid* Make—Fate of a Beautiful Bride —Pathetic Incident in i'::, Sleeping-Car. piary A. Dentson in San Francisco Chronicle.] I Many pathetic stories are told of incurable Invalids who, as a last, forlorn hope, come to Florida,'and, often almost alone, with no dear eyes to watch them oat or bands t) smooth their pillows, linger anddia Only last month a man came among us far gone with consumption. With the usual hopeful­ ness of such invalids, he began making preparations for a permanent sojourn. Dur tag the time that the tasteful little house, which he never tired of superintending, was going up he of ten exposed him-elf to damp ..weather, and the consequence was a severe cold, a. relapse and death. Meantime bis wife and little ones had started on their journey. A telegram sent them on the morning of bij dea...

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. — 31 July 1885

•tfc ras !bt gtismarck Ititome. BY TELEGRAPH WASHINGTON. Secretary Manning After the Coast Sur­ vey Bureau. WASHINGTON, July 24.—Acting on the recommendation of Judge Chemrwith and the first auditor of the treasury, Secretary Manning has suspended. Professor Hfigard, the superintendent of the coast and geo­ detic survey: C. O. Boutelle, assistant su-, perintendent Mr. Morgan, distributing agent Mr. Saegmueller, chief mechanician, and Mr. Szanbrook, electrotypist of the bu­ reau, pending an investigation into certain irregularities said to exist in the accounts of that branch of the service.. The secre­ tary has also appointed a commission, con "r. Thoi ion, dep­ uty controller, and Mr. Huntington, of the sisting of Mr. Tfiorne, chief clerk of the in­ ternal revenue bureau Mr. Garrison, de] secretary's office, to inquire into the al­ leged irregularities. This commission went to the office of the coast survey today and immediately began its labors there. Mr. Thorne, chairman of the c...

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. — 31 July 1885

Wl, W-V IT *1 •iw BISMARCK'S GUESTS. The St. Paul Jobbers Tendered an Informal Reception at the 'CapTtol Tuesday. A Youngr Han from St. Jo, Mo., Charged with Embezzlement, Arrested. A Bad Man, With a Winchester Rifle, Starts Out Looking After Gore. The North Dakota Censas Returns Personal Points and Pungent Paragraphs. Jovial Junketing Jobbers, The handsome banner bedecked train of •elegant Northern Paoific sleepers and din­ ing cars arrived at the advertised hour Tuesday morning, and over fifty carriages •were in waiting at *tbe depot to convey their burden of business princes about the city. It was pietty early (8 o'clock) for a general attendance of Bis marckers, but a goodly number of citizens turned out to welcome the commensal guests. After a little necessary prepara­ tion, in the form of preparing toilets and finishing breakfast, the Great Western band formed on the platform and mairhed to the west side ef the Sheridan where they played a -very beautiful selection. The visito...

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. — 7 August 1885

*r if .? 1 E.V i'-i. ,^£v- Nr-- ULA' .it-. I IV. t\ VOL. 13, NO 9. ''v'K-::''" ":vV a':S .'• LYING IN STATE. The Remains of General Grant, Re­ moved to the New York State Capitol, Imposing- Memorial Ceremonies Held in Westminster Abbey, Lon­ don, Tuesday. The Order of the Procession at the Funeral of General Grant, Tomorrow. The Last Day on the Mount. MT. MCGREGOR, August 4.—On the mountain brow by thg eastern outlook a gun boomed sullenly at 4 o'clock this morning. The shock of the reverberation was yet on the heavy air when a second report shook the earth and startled the birds in the trees. The artillery men had begun firing thirteen guns to mark the sunrise of General Grant's last day upon the mountain. In quick succession and at short intervals the guns were fired. The rain of last night was succeeded by a bright morning, and the cottage and hotel seemed so clear that several artists for il­ lustrated papers were enabled to catch their outlines. The soldiers had received orders...

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. — 7 August 1885

bT'i, !C v. k:- fp'i't- CP mm' N, HEWS BY TELEGRAPH. 6 of the Funeral Cere­ monies Over the Remains ofpsi General Grant. 4 The Members of Grant's Cabinet Jp vited to attend the Funeral, Services, j$§j |f| •f'i An Interesting: Collecffdn o^J llews Items from Minneapolis and St. Paul.. iwllsSjyilS&sS? Ex-Surgeon General Wales Suspended from Bank and Duty for FiveYears.-gHpS' Beautiful Floral Tribute to the M«loi7 of the Departed Hero. MCGREGOR, July 81.—A large number of people came today to view the remains of the dead generaL The expression of the face remains very natural. A magnificent floral memorial was received at the Grant cottage this afternoon from ex-Governor Leland Stanford, of California, and Mrs, Stanford ^representing "The Gates Ajar," composed or gates six feet high and five feet wide, made of white and purple im­ mortelles, spanned byan arch inscribed with the name "U. S. Grant" and with a flight of steps ascending to the half opened FPF THE PROGRAMME of services ...

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. — 7 August 1885

r*[ I WW.?* rt*KiL u:. il I O rSTHE LOCAL LAMP skCS** $ I/J5J If v-^ 1' j«w*»y^v Flickers for All, and the News in -Brief Appears for the Perusal of the Public. The Thirty-five Convicts are Brought from Sioux Falls to their '•'V&i'&wmW. Future Home. \t"*Y Sepdrts from the Country Xre to the Effect that the Crop was Never Better. ... ::'M' The Prisoners Here. The thirty-five prisoners ordered re­ moved from the Sioux Falls penitentiary to the penitentiary in this city were brought in a special car Friday, by Sheriffs Mc Kenzie of Burleigh county, Haggartof Cass Cass, and Cogley of Moody, Clark Haggart E/S. Elmer and J. A Fields. The new guests of the city are nearly all young men, and have been winning the respect of the officers by their good behavior. Among the number is a large, rather handsome Indian, named Bull Eagle, who was sentenced to the prison for horse stealing. He has a solemn air and evidently pines tor the freedom so essential to the happiness of his race. The ...

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. — 7 August 1885

Slli^iSi* R5F Vox" T\r?8,\a'fMTO"/* **7 H» psmattltltftouK. VtHL H. JEWEU, THE DAILY TBIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, to ddiTeredby oanier to all parts ^$&at 25 oants per week,orHj^flirn*tuJ -44 :yj*a»Bittw««.|uiw%N''s one mokth. postage paid. #100 three months, poetafee pud, 8 00 six months, postage paid, 5 00 -10 00 jgflXHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, A- \. Bisbt pagee, containing a sommtUT of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every ftiday, sentposlagepaid, toanyaddreesj'forone year $8jsixmonths, |1 three months, 7S cents. .Hit WmkLi Turanint is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect eneylopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is large/both in the territoiy andthe States. The DAILY TRIBUNE, likfe the weekly edition, containing the foil associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to teach all nothweetern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. Th...

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. — 7 August 1885

'I V1 ri^i' *i n\» M* -t" 1"1 jfo r* 9^\ "JR Dollar Robbery i,y a Jl8- ST. PAUL, August 4.—The following is a description of Frank Hennessy,i thefugitive from justice, who robbed the Merchants' Tea company of $6,000 worth of diamonds and watehes last night Heis23or 24years old, weight about 125 pounds, five feet four inches tall, light complexion, dark hair, long nose (turned slightly to the left), pim­ ples on face and neck light clothes. THB WATERWAYS OOJRVBSNCLON.FL Governor Hubbard has appointed the following delegates to attend the north west? ern waterways convention to meet at the state capitol September 3,1886: M. H. Dun oell, Owatonna P. J. Finley, Caledonia H. D. Stacker, Lake City W. B. Brown, Pipe­ stone J. K. Moore, St. Peter A. C. Forbes, Marshall Gordon E. Cole, Faribault J. F. Korrish, Hasting Z. B. Clark, Benson L. K. btannerd, Taylors Falls T. 6. Meally, Monticello E. E Coi" Herman, Crooks, St. Paul Piatt B. Walker, Minne­ apolis E. W. Durant, Stillwater Col. C. H....

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. — 7 August 1885

JV' W: fs: Ssssii fir BISMARCK BLASTS. Jlerthold Muddle domes in with its Daily Wail and Gives the •W"!SKM Case an Airing1. Honest" Fred Simonson, Abscond incr Enumerator, Furnishes Another Item. A fcha^g-e^1A^aiinst Judge Francis—The Entertainments Notes. Personal Snoorer is Indignant. The fellow, Fred Simonson, who bought a y?, ticket for his brother and rode out of town on it himslf, manifests a very frothy indig nation, and defends the "fair escutcheon" of his name in a desperate half column liter­ ary effort in last Monday's Journal., He goes into convulsive travails on the subject of truth and veracity. On this subject it may be interesting to repeat a few of the bright, unfading truths born of his spotless purity just about the time he was dodging between his creditors and the east bound train. He told the TRIBUNE to announce that he was going to Berthold to take the census, of the agency he informed the Journal that he had been detailed t® enu­ merate the people on the Ft. R...

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. — 7 August 1885

f«. li^iy **f»* '•"V X1 ifpt**' vli rj AN EASTERN CYCLONE. &£* •. Ml wv, —~"rv'-:-vXvS.'•••••y.-y It Visits the Quaker City and Leaves Death and Desolation in its Wake. Over 200 Families Left Homeless ... and a Number Killed and Injured. Clouds Burst with Terrific Force and Balls of Fire Descend from Above. Brick Buildings are Demolished and the Debris Blow Away Like Chaff: The Storm at Philadelphia. PHILADELPHIA, August 3.—A terrific cycione, sweeping up the Delaware river this afternoon, struck the city near Green­ wich point, demolishing a portion of the Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing com­ pany and injuring several employes. It then took its course across the river, wreck­ ing the river steamer Major Reyboldand ferry boat Peerless. The storm blew the pilot, Emory Reynolds, and Captain Eugene fieybold off the steamer Reybold into the river, drowning the former and painfully Injuring the captain. The Peerless was swept clean, almost to the water's edge. When the Reybold left h...

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 August 1885

Sift*?*iVit*".i:^T^ V, sn THE CITY'S NEWS. ^'An Excursion Party, Composed of Prominent Bostonians, Arrives L$.T Prom the East. A aL Gentleman Who Recently Went West with His Wife and Boy, Returns Alone. "Only a Farmer's Daughter" Draws a Good House and Gives Gen­ eral Satisfaction. The Boston Excursion. The first of the Raymond excursions to the Yellowstone National park arrived in the city last Tuesday. According to the prospectus or guide, these excursions con­ template the most complete tour of the great northwest that one can imagine, in­ cluding visits to Chicago, Milwaukee, the Dells of the Wisconsin, La Crosse, the up­ per Mississippi river, St. Paul, Minneapolis, the falls of Minnehaha, lake Minnetonka, the great wheat fields of Dakota, Bismarck, the capitol of Dakota, Niagara Falls, etc., and ten full days in wonderland. The party spent a couple of days in St. Paul and Minneapolis and a couple of days at lake Minnetonka. The excursionists oc­ cupy two Pullmans and have thei...

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 August 1885

I. $,!. •&•••. IV" :, I'AV, ,^T/\ I fey:: T*u:Si +K "{J •"vi» VOL. 13, NO 10. NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS. The average duration of life in Russia is only twenty-six years. Bine Earth county, Minn., is about to erect a $20,000 court house. The number of scholars enrolled in the United States is placed at 11,000,000. It is said that such a thing as a good looking Arab woman does not exist The house in which General Grant first saw the light had only two windows. There are in England 187 ragged schools, which are attended by 60,000 children. Color blindness is said to be many times as common in the male as in the female. General Hazen is off on a vacation. We are having some pretty good weather now. The greatest height of an ocean wave is said to be thirty-five feet above the leveL There are 250 disabled ex-confederate sol­ diers living in the poor houses of North Carolina. The St. Paul coal dealers have broken their pool and are engaged in a coal war of large dimensions. During the pa...

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 August 1885

THE LAST TATTOO In Mnffled Tones Sounds the Sunset of Life of America's Great Commander. Numberless Thousands of Mourning Comrades Follow the Hero to the Tomb, Amid the Bumbling' of Distant Cannon and the Sad Echoes of Toll­ ing Bells. Veterans of the Blue and Gray Clasp Hands in Friendship O'er His Grave. In Every Glen and Yalley, on Every Hill and Plain, a Grateful People Mourn* A Living Stream. NEW YORK, August 7.—The city hall clock marked 5:65 when Junior Vice Com­ mander Cranston, of U. S. Grant post, raised the cover from the casket, passed his handkerchief over the glass plate, and then assumed his place at the head of his detail of men. St. Paul was tolling 6 o'clock when the gates were thrown back. The Urst to pass through was one like the woman of yesterday. Each was middle aged and *ach could not appreciate but that the day and the remains were at their disposal. 'The human stream quickly be­ gan flowing, just as though 100,000 people had not crossed the same stones yest...

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 August 1885

THE WAY OF MAN And Woman, as Fotfnd by the Busy Chroniclers of Current and Passing: Events. The Pioneer Fire Company Made a Most Brilliant Record at the Tournament. Another Fair Absconder Leaves a Number of Creditors in the Lurch. The Census Work—A Case of Melan­ cholia—Personal Notes Miscellaneous. The Champions Return. Owing to another of those telegraphic miscarriages, which occur so frequently in the northwest, a telegram sent from Grand Forks Tuesday evening announcing the victory of the Pioneer Fire company, failed to reach the TBIBTNE until Friday morning. Thus it was that the report of their defeat came indirectly to the paper, and the gallant firemen were deprived of those pleasing plaudits which they so nobly earned. The members of the company stepped from the train Friday afternoon with the tread of victors and the large crowd of hearty admirers received them with around of hearty cheers. The com­ pany proved to be one of the best, if not the very best at the tournament, ...

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 August 1885

rB« -%w ti ®b» §ismawk ®tib«ttf. BY M. H. JEWEIX. TEE DAILY TRIBUNE, Publif&ed every morning, ezoept Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week, or $1 per mon'h. FLUBSOBIRAION HATB8: Daily «ae month, postage paid, Daily three months, postage paid, Daily six months, poetagepaid, Daily one year, postage paid. $ 100 800 5 00 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, s, fl three months, 75 sear f2 six months, for one dents. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a pedia of Dakota affairs. Its oircu ,both perfect onoyloi lstion is large, in the territoryandthe States. The DAILY TBIBUNE, like the weekly edition, containing the toll associated press a desirable advertising medium throi reach all nothveeetern towns and remote from railroad lines. itches, is whi...

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 August 1885

1}«f" V. Mi r/jo J. *4* A I pJismat(k Itibutw. BY TELEGRAPH. WASHING TOJi. The Terminal Limit of the Northern Pa­ cific Lanil Grant. WASHINGTON, August 18.—The legal principles involved in the matter of the terminal limit of the Northern Pacific rail­ way at Wallula, have been under investi­ gation by assistant secretary Jenks, of the interior department who has made a re­ port thereon to secretary Lamar. The question arose upon an appeal by the rail­ road company from an order of commission­ er Sparks, dated April 11, 1885, by which the order made by acting commissioner Harrison on the 20th day of March, 1885, changing the terminal limit of the land grant to the railroad on the east side of the road was revoked The change would in­ clude in the grant abont 97,000 acres of land south of the present and former limit Mr. Harrison's decision was made at the in­ stance of persons who claimed to have ac­ quired rights under the railroad company south of the limit fixed by commissioner Mc...

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. — 14 August 1885

SOCIAL "DEAD BEATS." HOWLING SWELLS WHO LIVE ON THEIR RICH ACQUAINTANCES. lliaj Find It Economical to Oo Into Bo* dety sad Join Swell Club—Sub­ sisting oa the Fat of the Und. [New York Oor. New Orleans Times-Democrat] There an any number of young fellows who live: apparently like the sons of million­ aires on the small salaries they get for "clerking" in some Wall street banking home. They are howling swells—and yet don't make enough money to pay for the clothes they wear. How do they do it, you ask. Why, they sponge on society. Toucan count almost on your fingers the few society people who are able to entertain elegantly—* the rest are the entertained. To this class belong all the howling swells (and their number is vast) who live on an iuoome al­ most nominal compared to the show they make. How can they afford it, you ask. How can they live as they do, go into society and belong to a swell club on a pittance! Because by going into society and belong­ ing to a swell club, they actu...

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. — 14 August 1885

®h Utemattk Sribunr. BY TELEGRAPH. A President With Backbone. WASHINGTON, August 10.—President Cleveland today issued a proclamation or­ dering and directing that auy and every unlawful inclosure of public lands main­ tained by' any person, association or corpo­ ration be immediately removed, and forbid­ ding any person, association or corporation from from peaceably entering on and establish­ ing settlement on any part of such public lands which is subject to entry and settle­ ment under the laws of the United States, and commanding and requiring each and every citizen or the United States, upon whom the duty is legally devolved, to cause this order to be obeyed and all provisions relating thereto, to of the act of congress, be faithfully enforced Didn't Stay long, CINCINNATI, August 10.—Police Lieuten­ ant Michael Mullen was today released from the county jail, full pardon having arrived from Washington, signed by the president Mullen had charge of the Ham­ mond police station at ...

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 August 1885

D*- aw -...- ®^S^^^^^^'"i,,Jft'--'-y''^•••e'-"' !§J^f'" jjjk «i— NEWS AT HOME. A Visit to the Biver is Productive of Much Good Information and News. A Large Shipment of Flour is Made From Bismarck to Deadwood by Steamer. Two Vagabonds Frighten a Little Girl and Then Take Flight and Disappear. Badly Mangled—The Show—It Was Water—News—Personal and Miscellaneous. Big Hailstones. Thepa^sengers who arrived from the west last Tuesday gave a description of a very severe haii storm which prevailed near Belfield, but fortunately did not strike an extensive agricultural section. The stories of the size of the hailstones are al­ most incredible and but for the verasity of those who bring the report would not be believed until fully authenticated. Pos­ tal Clerk Henderson was among the num­ ber who saw the mammoth missiles of ice, and brought in the string with which one of the largest was measured. This hail­ stone measured over six inches iu circum­ ference and weighed a quarter of a pound, t...

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