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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 November 1885

l*Y An Ohio farmer claims to have developed a breed of chickens which lay two eggs a day. Killen won the fight with Lannan in the ninth round. Neither was punished very badly. ______ Last year 180 people were killed and 2,061 injured by vehicles in the streets of London. President Cleveland went to the theatre in Washington for the first time Wednes­ day night. At a recent English wedding the bride maids carried huge bunches of grapes in­ stead of flowers. Editor Stead and Mrs. Jarrett were con­ victed in the Eliza Armstrong abduction case in London, but they are indorsed by nearly all the clergy in London. G. C. Blake, the Kansas weather prophet, says that there will not be any extraordi­ nary weather in November. According to his lights the month will be a little colder than usual, but there will be plenty of pleasant weather "scattered through the month." M. Bartholdi, the famous sculptor who modeled the statue Liberty Enlightening the World," the gift of the French people to Ame...

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. — 13 November 1885

•W & H*if'' |sfev I' Wi •A.V lM & THE MOUNTAIN GIRL A Hope Entertained by the Friends of John McCullongh that He, ,u May Recover. .• .:f,-t »U -fiV ?•& Prospect for Lively Times the Coast Over the Chinese Problem. Blizzards and Snow Storms—A lapsed Warehouse—Cyclone in Illinois. r^w^? ••a-v\"^^gv"^1'-«' -""''i'"V '-„:''."' 'i,:.. •'"^•'"'.•"•(i-,l:- Bun Down and Sank in feet of Water on the Biver Yesterday, I did not speak to Smith to ask him Girl. how the boat turned across the Gaff's bow." The Gaff arrived here this morning, with the men and women belonging to the cir­ cus. They numbered between thirty and forty. Two are said to be missing a can vasman and a lamplighter, but no body can tell whether they were drowned or were left in the confusion aboard the Mountain Girl. The circus men lost ten valuable trained horses and a number of snakes. Their circus property is nearly all left on the boat, where it will be injured by water. Many of the people arrived here this mo...

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. — 13 November 1885

»l W-c m"' :.r^: $"f£l ~J NOVEMBER WINDS, And Chilly Days Come in, to Say That Summer Days Soon Must Die. But News is Found, Just the Same, and the Morning Paper Still Blooms. A Former Bismarck Boot Black Meets a Relative and Good Fortune. Farmer Wallace on Dairying—Ore­ gon's Insane—Personal and General. The Boot Black's Luck. Many Bismarckers will remember Char­ lie Noyes, better known as "Smut,'' the lively, black-eyed boot black, who at one time filled the capital city atmosphere with cries of "shine 'em up!" and the concomi­ tant scallops of boot black slang. Charlie left Bismarck about a year ago and mean­ dered westward with his manly little breast expanded with hope and high an­ ticipations. He said he was going into a country of "thoroughbreds," where he could get a decent price for his work. Perhaps no one has thought of the smutty faced little wanderer since his departure. He went out from what few acquaintences and friends he bad made in Bismarck, to face the strange col...

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. — 13 November 1885

$!u gtimawk Srihuu. BY K. a. JKWKLL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, every morning, except Monday, at BU kote, is delivered hj carrier to all ports at25 oents per week, or$l per mwk, BUB80BIPT10M BATX8: Daily one month, postage paid, $100 Daily three months, postage pud, S 00 Daily aix months, postage paid, BOO Daily one year, postage paid. 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a Bnmmary of the nam of the week, both foreign and local published erery Friday, dent postage paid, to any addreee, for one year $2 :six months, $1 three months, 75 oents. The WXBKLY TBEBUHK North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its circu­ lation is large^poth in the territory and the States. The DAILY UUBDKI, like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through whioh to reach all nothwestem towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. The DAJ&Y TBXBUHX will be found on file at the Grand P...

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. — 13 November 1885

ANOTHER DAY Flops Carelessly Into the _Deep Yelled Past and Humanity Toddles On. A Surveyor Gives an Interesting Account of Canadian Pacific Grandeur. The City Council Meets Again and Asks, "Who is Our City Attorney A Bustler from the Olden School Ben Arthur Dead—Personal Notes. Caaadlan Pacific Grandeur. While there is something of interest in every new face and voice with which you meet, it is seldom that you meet one who commands your attention at the first word and look. {Young man, this refers entirely to those of the male persuasion). On last Sunday evening's train fron the west was an unassuming gentleman from the Cana­ dian northwest. He was seated in a smok­ ing car, and as Judge Francis and a TRI­ BUNE representative dropped into the double seat which he occupied, with a re­ mark about the value and beauty of the French language, which Charles Napoleon Lewis was distributing about the car with numerous artistic, flourishes, he asked, "whatlanguage is that you speak of?" On...

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. — 13 November 1885

M) ?. I I fe­ te & IHiW Tf5ftSv^ til? "H^lj£v IfyvSf-"'^ IPfA NEW YORK MOB. ^'ACCOUNT OF "THE ATTACK ON THe TRIBUNE OFFICE IN 1863. iSPWiV A Set of Alarmed Typos—Kioters 8aokli| the Office—Barricading the Doors— Charge of the Police—Navy lard Bombs. [The Journalist] "I have read 'Edmund Kirka's aocount, and other accounts of the attack on The Tribune office in 1883," said Amos Cuna­ ming-) in the Press club recently, "but none Of them ware written by any one who was ^'participant in that fight I saw. the whole thing from the beginning to the end. On the day before the riot I had been mustered 'out of service from the Twenty-sixth New :Jersey volunteers at Newark, N. J. I had left a compositor's case in The Tribune office to join the regiment, and had served my time in the field. On receiving six months' pay and my discharge papers, I felt like a bird loosed from a cage. "On the morning of the 13th I went to The Tribune office, and was surprised to see quite a crowd collected aro...

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. — 13 November 1885

«t METEORIC STONES. AN INQUIRY INTO THEIR HISTORY AND ORIGIN. Yarioai Theorlei and the Beaaous TbM* to' The Well Known "November Stream"—of Meteoric Stones '—Shower of Star Doit y'y: [Hartford Timea.] Ths falling of tho huge one in western Pennsylvania—a stone as large as an avei^ age house—seem? to have ex&ited t-ome in terest on the part of many parabm to learn something more about these strange and 'dangerous visitors. It is rare that we hear of one of such great size asthls Pennsylva­ nia meteor indeed, one may almost ques­ tion the truth of the account. But then have been even larger ones, though not, probably, in modern times. BED-HOT STONBS. The theory of some persons that theas red-hot stones have been thrown out of some -volcano, and then been drawn back to the earth's surface by gravitation, is wholly on tenable. Tuese fiery rooks come from "other worlds than ours." It is not probable that they are recent emanations from one of the other planets they are drawn, in all ...

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. — 13 November 1885

A FULL HAND. One Throw Oat of (he Local Box Brings it to Readers of Today's Paper. A Chat With Captain Baker, ot the Benton Line, on the Biver Business. Mr. Slattery Has Beeeived His Com' mission and is a Full-Fledged Postmaster. 0ns8ner is Acquitted—1Tribbey Has His Leg Amputated—Bash by Celebrates. "KMP oflrth* IM." If you hare any influence with the pow­ er* that be," said Captain Baker Monday to the TBIBTJKK, "you keep off the Ice and cold weather for a few days, and the Ben­ ton line will make it all right with you." "What's the river news asked the TBI BUNK "what boats are still up-river 7" "Batchelor, Helena, Rosebud and Eclipse." "When are they expected here "The Batchelor will arrive from Rocky Point tomorrow (Tuesday) some time. The Rosebud and Helena passed Buford today on their way down and shouldlbe here by Wednesday. The Eclipse is also due. and you may expect to hear her whistle at any time." "Will any more boats leave for down river or above this season 7" "The Batch...

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. — 20 November 1885

YOL. 13, NO. 24 NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS. Townsend, Mont, had an earthquake that started cars on the track. General Fremont is reported in poor health and almost in abject poverty. Senator Frye, of Maine, vouches for the statement that Blaine is out of politics. The widow of Baldwin, the great loco­ motive builder, has $2,000,000 to live upon. Small pox continues to take from 300 to 400 lives a week in Montreal and vicinity. Fort Benton oilers #100,000 bonus for a branch railroad from the Canadian Pacific. The season's cattle shipments from Mon­ tana, for the year, amounted to about 70, 000 head. In Thibet the women do all the hard work, leaving the men to do the visiting and gossiping. Spurgeon has cut down his allowance of cigars, and says his health is much better in consequence. An alligator two and a half feet long was found the other day in the Pittsburgh city hall water pipe. Deadwood contains a character who mined in Alaska twenty-two years ago and averaged $9 a day. Rev. Mr....

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. — 20 November 1885

*V FIRE! The Beautiful Island City of Galves­ ton Visited by a Terrible Conflagration, Fifty-two Residence Blocks Burned. Loss, Two Million and a Half. Scenes During the Night and Morn ing of Terror and Con­ sternation. Servia Declares war Against Bulgaria. The Cold Wave Exhausted. In Brief. Fifty-two Blocks Burned. GALVESTON, TEXAS, November 13.—At 1:40 o'clock this morning the most destruc­ tive fire in the history of Galveston broke out [in a small foundry and car repair shop, on the north side of avenue A,pknown as the Strand,bet ween Sixteenth and Seven­ teenth streets. A fierce gale from the north was blowing at the time, and the flames spread with lightning rapidity to both ad­ joining buildings, one being a grocery store and the other a dwelling. In a twink­ ling the long, fiery tongues had crossed the streetand two more dwellings were in flames, the inmates barely escaping with their lives. At this moment the fire de­ partment got two streams going, but they were of no avai...

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. — 20 November 1885

GOOD WORDS Come From Every Quarter to En­ courage the Yeomen of the Slope. Some Very Pair and Logical State­ ments on the Country's Condition. The Report that Secretary Teller has Resigned Must he True. Young Foster Captured—Reverend Austin's Change of Mind. Miscellaneous. The Situation. The inquiries sent to the TBIBONE by the Boston Herald and published with com­ ment Friday, have been productive of much good in the way of bringing out the sentiment of the people on the subjects re­ ferred to viz: The condition of the coun­ try, the prospects for farmers, the spec­ ulation in Chicago, the railroads and ex­ portation. Below are three opinions sent to the TRIBUNE in writing, which very fairly represent the sentiment and spirit of the people of the Missouri slope. REGISTER REA, of the Bismarck land office, has this to say: "EDITOR TRIBUNE: Compared with last year or any previous year, the condition is radically better. Being a new country with 16,000,000 acres of free land untaken by...

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. — 20 November 1885

.W# §femarck Itifrutu. BT M. H. JEWELL. THE MISSOUKI SLOPE. Burleigh, Emmons and Kidder counties, as they appear in the census returns BURLEIGH COUNTY. Burleigh county, since its original cre­ ation in 1873, has been thrice transmogri­ fied by the "tricks that are vain and •ways that are dark" of susceptible and not over sensitive legislatures. First, it embraced a large portion of what was known as Buffalo county, be­ ing oreated January 4, 1873. In 1881 a part of it went to Morton and Mercer counties. In 1883 another part of it was slioed off for the benefit of McLean county, and again in 1885 McLean county eame in for another bit, besides detach­ ing another portion of it to make Kidder oounty respectable—in size. This emas­ culation has been going on for several years, until now the question arises whether or not there will be any more left for a legislature to gobble or get away with. This demoralizing process of denuding a county of its legitimate source of revenue and renown ...

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 November 1885

The Tongue Biver Indians Said to be Feasting Instead of Starving. The Canadian Pacific Railway Com­ pany Developing Monopo­ listic Tendencies. Two Men Overtaken by Wolves and Devoured, near Fort Maginnis. A South Carolina Trt^edy—Oil Tank Explosion—A Freight Train Wrecked. K«w War of Paying Bent. CHARLESTON, S. C., NOV. 18.—A terrible tradegy was enacted in Edgefield county today. A White man named Robert Jones occupied some land rented from his rela­ tives, Charles and Edward Pressley. They notified him that, as he could no longer pay the rent, he must vacate today. Jones went to afield where Edward Pressley, aged 80, his sons Charles and Edward, Jr., were ploughing, and shot Charles dead. Edward started in pursuit and Jones stabbed him mortally with a knife, Jones then reloaded his gun and killed the father, old man Pressley, who is the grandfather of Jones' wife. Jones then came to the court house, entered the jail and surrend­ ered, remarking that he had killed three of the best...

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 November 1885

l& *3 V» SffiW BITS OF INFORMATION COMPILED FOR THE FAMILY SCRAP-BOOK. "Hot itt Home"-—Banding a House—• Winter Evening Heading—Games for the Household—School Girls- Notes and Paragraphs. [Compiled.] Never 1st the tea boil. 'For rough hands take lemon juice. Strong lye cleans tainted pork barrels. '. Tepid milk and water olean oil-oloth with­ out oap. Bread and cake should be kept in a tin box or stone jar. Sprinkle sas-afras bark among dried fruit to keep out worm--. Pop cora is a good lunch for Sunday night with milk for drink. A handful of hay in a painful of water neutralizes the smell of paint In te wing and winding carpet rags double them with tbe right side out. Clean tea or erffee cups with scouring brick make them look as good as new. Remove ink stains on silk, woolen or ton cot­ by saturating with spirits of turpentine. Remove flower pot stains from window •ills by rubbing with fine wood a^hes and rinse with clean water. Washing pine floor in a solution of one pound of...

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 November 1885

BY TELEGRAPH. Ban the Gauntlet. JRAKGOON, November 16.—The steamer Doowoon recently sent to Mandalay to bring'away Europeans, and detained there by the Burmese government, has* escaped and reached the British lines. When the authorities of Mandalay discovered the Doowoon moving out into the river they opened a heavy fire upon her and sent a force to board her. The boarding party was repulsed by the crew of the Doowoon, and having got full head of steam on the vessel ran the gauntlet and escaped with but little injury. The Italian consul and other Europeans are still retained at Man­ dalay, not having been able to get on board the Doowoon. The city was quiet on the 11th inst, but a revolution was expected. Tlie Servians Win a Battle. BELGRADE, November 16.—After desper­ ate fighting yestetday the Servians se­ cured possession of Raptha, the losses on both sides being heavy. This victory ena­ bled the Servians to turn the very difficult and rocky gorge of Dragoman Pass, and the Bulgar...

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 November 1885

Eeen h- ,y- THE LOCAL LAMPOON. The Catholic Fair is Opened With a Successful and Pleasant Evening-. The Fight For Popularity Opened by Friends of Lawyers and Bankers. Talk of Senator Mahone, of Virginia, Removing to the Missouri Slope. The Indians' Pet—Progressive Eu­ chre—Personal and Mis­ cellany. Where Did They Get Him? A squad of Indians passed through the city Tuesday, eu route north, and during their stay here it was noticed that one of the squaws led by the hand a boy as white and purely Caucasian in his make-up as any fair-haired cherub in the land. He was about 5 years old, and seemed perfect­ ly contented with his dark-skinned mother. A TRIBUNE reporter asked the Indians if the little blue-eyed lad was the son of the squaw, but the only reply was "Ugh!" fol­ lowed by sly glances and side remarks among the members of the nomadic group. It was very evident that they did not want to talk on the subject, and very soon after the questions concerning the boy had been asked, they...

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 November 1885

a h' ri VOL. 13, NO. 25 AGAIN WE MOURN. Vice President Thomas Andrew Hendricks Suddenly Galled from Earth The Cause or His Death is Sup­ posed to be Paralysis of the Brain. Spain's New Ruler Will be the Five-Year-Old Princess Merceda. Land Commissioner Sparks Issuing Orders Without Authority ot Law. The Servo Bulgarian Scrimmage Over—Naughtiness in Boze man. A Sadden Death. INDIANAPOLIS, NOV. 26.—Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, vice president of the United States, died very suddenly at his residence in this city, at 4:45 o'clock this afternoon, under circumstances peculiarly distressing to his family and friends, in so much as they had not anticipated a fatal termina­ tion of his brief illness, and nobody was with him when the end came. He returned from Chicago last Saturday, and since then has been complaining somewhat of a pain in the head and breast, but nothing serious was thought of it. Last night he and Mrs. Hendricks attended a reception given at the residence of Hon. John S. Coope...

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 November 1885

mjtr In., ur ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Remarkable Feat in News Gather­ ing in Connection with Kiel's Execution. Again it is Asserted That Ziebaeh Will Shortly Succeed Gov­ ernor Pierce. The Great Billiard Tornament in Chicago Results in a Tri­ ple Tic. Riel "Controlled" by John Brown's Spirit—Huron's Plurality. In Brief. The "Dally Record." MINNEAPOLIS, November 21.—Rogers' Daily Record says: There was an increase today of 73 cars of wheat in sight at Min­ neapolis from yesterday, the number being 2.066, against 1,998 yesterday, and 2,104 on Saturday one week ago. Of the cars in sight today 148 are on side tracks in Min­ neapolis, 275 on side tracks outside the city and 806 in transit due here within twenty four hours from 7 o'clock this morning. Cars in transit on the Manitoba are increas­ ing again, there being 106 today, against 65 yesterday and 71 Thursday. Other roads remain fairly steady in movement. The movement to Chicago was not important today, and until those sent during the la...

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 November 1885

Down the Race Course is the Grand Old Knock-Kneed Speeder' "Time." A Burleigh County Farmer Will Visit His Friends Across the Ocean. The Heathen Chinee—City Council Talk—Personal and Gen­ eral News. Wishy-Washy's Birth—Eural Journ­ alism in Minnesota—Miscel­ laneous. WISHY WASHT'S BIRTH. And while the Lord was molding into form This wonderful and turbulent old world, He found the many instincts in a swarm As by the careless fates they had been hurled. And mnoh to his delight each species rare. Was represented by its just amount For man and beast, and birds that cleave the air Appeared the instincts on the first day's oonnt. But in the raw material was found Before the molding process had begun— That some men must be angular, some round. Some made to walk and others made to ran. Yea, there were germs for men of iron will, As well as for the gentle, meek and mild While here was stuff for giant men, and still It had the spinal weakness of a child. At last the work had drawn unto a clos...

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 November 1885

—The A if: II: r' If I? I I III IN I i' &V..V I h' |y IS ~tyVr- hm*-' 1^ ll|^ ill-' I $EV':'' "fe ,i.v •Air.-, w:.'' I i(W" I Ki-„ «tvV/ d-th' I 2 t&t- •& fe V* m-- |Mi h* i\r i' 9%« |jfem#Mk IMtouw. BY St. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY T1UBUNK, ^wlhhfld every momiag, axoept Monday, atBls ,v •. ?narok, JDakote, Is delivered by carrier to all parte •fzfrot the olty at 3s cents per week, or $1 per mro+h. BTJB80BIPTX0N BATES! ^M)ally one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 -"fvA "Daily three months, poetHtie paid, S 00 1^' Daily six months, postage paid, 00 'Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 gp\ 1 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of Ihe week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one yearttssixmonths,91 throemonths,76oente. WBXLT TMBUNK is the oldest paper in .Worth Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Ite oiroo- iation is large, both in the territory and the States....

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