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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 1 January 1886

S- .'..i "'tV .-V'''V V.. Sri •'V A WASHINGTON. General Land Commissioner Sparks Has Something to Say ftegard infr Final Proof. The Apache Indian Outrages, and the Bemedy Therefor Under Discussion. The Renegade Apaches. WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.—During the pro gress«of a conversation in war department circles, which lasted an hour, allusioti was made to General Crook's record. Mr. Springer read to the secretary a letter he had received from Judge Barnes, of the First judicial district of Arizona, discus­ sing the situation, and setting forth the views of intelligent men of the locality as to the best remedy. Tliis, in brief, was for the government to raise a battalion of frontiersmen, to be lightly equipped, whose duty it should be to patrol the region in small parties, especially keeping in view the watering places. It was possible for the Indians to move more rapidly than white troops could, by riding their ponies until they dropped from exhaustion, and then stealing others but they mu...

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. — 1 January 1886

PPPfp- •r JOHN ROACH'S WAY OF SAVING MEN AT THE BEGINNING OF WRONG-DOING. Of 85,000 WorkDMB lie Hu Found Enl Seventy GaUty of Criminal Con duet—Of Those He Wu Able to Save Sixty. fW. A. Crottut in Pioneer-Press.] "Whatever happens" *»M John Roaoh to me the other day in the course of a con­ versation, "I shall always have one thing to comfort me as I think over the years that's gone—I never put a man in jaiL" I said that putting a man in jail was sometimes the test thing that could be done. "Yes," be went on, "at the last extremity. But offenders are generally put in jail in the infancy of their wrong-doing, and so made criminals for life. That's the troubl& Something happened to me onoe that made me cautious." "I have employed more than 23,000 differ­ ent men," he went on to say. 'These men have'built for me more than 100 iron ves­ sels, and my annual pay roll has often been above $500,000. I was counting up the other day, and find that, out of 25,000 men, I have discovered more...

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. — 1 January 1886

tii. •$. ft -:. 4 At* 'V,W',^v.:-*i ."'. -?d: •.•' v,, RAISIN-MAKING. THE OPERATION AS CONDUCTED BY THE CALIFORNIA PACKERS. TheGmpes Picked by Onwi of CklauiH —A Drjinf-Groaiii Marty Acta 1* Kxtent—Putttog the Btlilu Into 8wMt- [Orange (CM.) Tribune.] Th» grapes an parehjuiad an the riM% •one by Mtul mitfiV ottww by estimat­ ing Um crop from weighing the product ol •vary tenth vine. Good judfces can make a cloee guess at then uakbcr of tans on an acre of Tines ul yean ot practice ena­ ble the buyer to tell veiy nearly not only 11M amount but the quality of the raisins to ba made from the Tines which grow in dif­ ferent soils. 'While the loner and dampei lentil bring the largest craft and perhaps the largest berries, the dry lands give a much larger percentage of sugar, and con­ sequently a finer raisin. DRYING IN THE SON. The grapes are picked by crews of met. nader experienced foremen, and are placeci in trays or wooden frames, which are piled on top of each other in wagons and tak...

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. — 1 January 1886

STILL SHINING. The Stmvmer Sun is Still Shining, and There is No Prospect of Letting: Up. The Burleigh and McLean County Contest Yesterday Opened by the Defense. The High School Entertainment to be Given in the Athenseum Tonight. Sowing* Wheat in December—Sheri­ dan House Ball—Personal Notes. The County Line Contort. The case brought by John Yegen and oth­ ers against the commissioners of McLean county for the purpose of contesting the le­ gality of the election which segregated •two and one-half township!) from Burleigh county and attached them to McLean, is still attracting much attentiofi from the people of both counties. The prosecution having closed its case, -the defense opened on Monday morning. It had been set forth that the election was disorderly and irregular, and that numerous violations of the election laws had been committed. Witnesses for the presecution swore that ballots were substituted by the judges for those handed to them by voters. The first witness for the def...

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. — 8 January 1886

VOL. 13, JVO. 31 WASHINGTON. Senators Take Advantage of a Chance to Air Their Silver Coin­ age Opinions. Mr. Teller Wants the Mormon Rot­ tenness Handled "With Velvety Hands." Monuments to he Erected in Wash­ ington to Presidents Lincoln and Grant. The Utah ConflUfcsion Denounced as "Extravagant" and "Of No Use." Sparks is Galled Upon to Rise Up and Explain His Late Action. SENATE. HOAR'S PROPOSED EXTENSION OF EXTRA­ DITION TREATIES. WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.—A resolution of-, fered by Mr. Hoar, which was at his re­ quest referred to the committee on foreign relations, requests the president to take measures for revising and extending our extradition treaties so as to cover cases of embezzlement and other breaches of trust In offering his resolution, Mr. Hoar made speeial reference to the number of defaulting bank officials who tried to es­ cape punishment by flight to Canada. Mr. Sherman offered a concurrent reso­ lution accepting a marble statue of ex President Garfield, presented to co...

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. — 8 January 1886

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Recapitulation of the Pnblie Debt Statement for the Month of December. Bishop Fabre Denounces Decollette Costumes and the Sport of Tobogganning. A Large Number of Cases of Lep­ rosy in Houston County, Minnesota. A Foolish Safe Blower—Snow Storm at Omaha—News Notes and Comments. Leprosy in Minnesota. LANSING, IOWA, January 2.—It is author­ itatively stated that there exists near the village of Spring Grove, Houston county, Minn., a large number of cases of leprosy. The affected persons are all Scan­ dinavians. The first case which appeared was upon the person of an old man, and was at first thought to, be measles, as red spots appeared all over his body. Later he was seized with excrutlating pains in his limbs, and his extremities began to wither. This continued, and the epidermis began to scale off, and now there is but a sem­ blance of skin over the flesh. The body retains its flesh, but the limbs have wither­ ed and dried, until the fingers and toes seem like st...

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. — 8 January 1886

i"\ TJ-.LJ-*-, *.R -"'i 4" *r1 A"- IS*' VI 1 .1 -v-f •. »\w* -i:-."vt".v: ,. •, '••, •.. .'••'-c „v TURNED LOOSE. Another Giddy, Coltish Year Turned Loose, Wild, Unbridled: and tJngrroomed. The New Year in Bismarck Starts Out Under Unusually Good Auspices. The Gentlemen Hustle Around in So­ ciety, and Find the Ladies Lustrous^. General News of Interest to the Re­ covering- Celebrators ot the Holidays. All Aboard. Ka chug, fiz, biff 5 and 1885 was snuffed out, never to glimmer again. Clang, jingle, whiz! and gay young 1886 leaped into the aimless race of unfenced eternity the scarred and battered world went scurrying down the cow path of time, to meet its fate in the faoiseless river that flows by the cem­ etery of the shriveled years upon whose misty slabs appear the beautiful Athenian name of "Dennis.,' The New Year was en­ joyed in Bismarck in a manner that was completely and absolutely Missourislopean. With snow enough to inveigle sleighs into the streets, and sand enough to give...

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. — 8 January 1886

tan *, .^V"'V44- v* m- t£ Ibe §i«mwrfc Sribmw. BT M. H. JBWBIX. THB DAILY THDBUNB, PobUHhedeTerrmoming, wcpept Moud»jr,»t Bta wurok, Dfckote, 1b delivered by oarrler to all D*rt* •f the flty at 26 cento jfct week, or $1 per month. BUBBOBIPTIOK BATBB: Daily one montb, postage paid, $ 1 00 Dajjy three moal Bix months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid. 10 00 THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE, a summary of the news of oth foreign and local published every y, sent postage pirid, to any addross, tor one year Selfix months, ®1 three months, 75 cents. The WXBKLT TBTBONE is the oldest paper In North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Itsoiroo Ution is largevpoth in the territory and the States. Tfce DAILY TBXBUNK, like the weekly edition, the fall associated press dispatches, is a dasiwmle advertising medium through whioh to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad linee. DAQJT THIBCNI will be found on file at aadnewB Ih...

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. — 8 January 1886

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Serious and Damaging Freshets Pre­ vailing1 Throughout the State of Pennsylvania Iniffiig'rgtion Agents Predict That the Northwest Will Have a Boom this Year. Montreal Merchants Charged With Smuggling Valuables Into This Country. The Zenith City Holds an Election Kentucky Pastime—Boiled Down. Hanbbnrg Drowned Out. HAKBISBUBG, PENN., January 6.—The railroad wreck at Duncannon, caused by a collapse of a pier of tbe bridge over Sher­ man's creek, 011 account of tbe flood, was visited by thousands of people today. All of those known to have been on the train at the time it went down have been ac­ counted for except O. C. McKenna, fireman and the conductor, who was drowned. En­ gineer Noel, whose death was reported last night, was rescued alive, having floated on a railroad tie to a point about a mile below the scene of the wreck. The water in the river at this point rose on an average of six inches per hour all day, and at 10 o'clock had almost reached the Cumberland ...

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. — 8 January 1886

TRAINING WORKMEN. THE BALTIMORE A OHIO'S 8CHOOL FOR WORKMEN. A Scheme Pat In Operation by the late John W. Garrett—Provide nt Funds for Employee—The 8peolal Feature*. [New York Ttmea.] The opening of the Baltimore & Ohio Technological school for the training of its apprentices took plaoe in January, 1885, and is consaquently in a formative state, bat as a development of a work already so wonderfully suooessfol its future as a power in the system of industrial training Cor the youth of this country is already assured. The object of the school is to pro­ mote the higher literary and technical edu­ cation of the apprentioea, with a view to' their occupying positions of trust and re­ sponsibility in the service of the company, foremen of shops, engineers, draughtsmen, eta- In January of the present year, in pur auance of thi« object and as a preliminary to the opening of the school, the appren tices at Mount Clara were subject to an elementary examination in the common English branc...

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. — 8 January 1886

A SLAUGHTER PEN. EXPLOSION OF THE MINE IN FRONT OF PETERSaURQ IN 1864. A Story of Terrible Oun«ce Whloh Na Isuagaage Can Adequately Describe— The Confederate Beeapture—Curl ou» Relies of the light. P* F. D. M." In C9n. Commercial Gazette.] At balf-past 3 the fuse was lighted. Upon the Federal side man grasped their muskets nervously, thay held their breath iu awful suspense, and could hear their hearts beat in the black stillness. The Confederates slumbered on peacefully in the doomed fort, the men on their picket line in the perfeot quiet almost forgetting to peep occasionally through the eye-holes in the breast-works looking toward the Yankee works, 300 feet away. And all this time the little hissing, sputtering flatne of the fuse was running along through the dark gallery, nearer and nearer to the 330 keg of powder stored thirty feet beneath them. There was the first faint streak of gray upon the eastern sky as the mine exploded. Those waiting felt a strange thrill run .through t...

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. — 8 January 1886

...JjpPVv ., '*'1 A •",$? '%'," ••'. .?:iv FS|BK THE ENDLESS CHAIN •.- Of Days Moves Steadily On, With the Ceaseless Ham of the World of News. The Entertainment at the Athenaeum by St. Mary's Pupils Well Attended. Governor Pierce Goes to Dnluth, Leaving: a Democrat in the' Chair. The Party at Port Lincoln—The Fire—Other Miscellaneous News. A Democrat in the Chair. The gubernatorial chair was vacated by Governor Pierce Tuesday, the worthy ex­ ecutive going to Duluth to attend the formal opening of the new board of trade building at that place. And now—ah, yes and now—ye strong-lunged democrats pre­ pare to cheer, for a democrat holds down the chair. Fellow Dakotans, grim histori* ans and plodders of Bohemia, mark the date in your scrap books in deep, indelible ink, as it is the first time in the history of the territory that a democrat has wielded the executive pen, wore the executive toga, and posed in the pilothouse of the terri­ torial craft of state.' The man to whom this disting...

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. — 15 January 1886

VOL. 13, JVO. 32 NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. The Fargo Convention Meets and Perfects a Temporary Or­ ganization. Passengers Prom the East Are Prof­ iting^ by Another Railroad Kate War. The Wreck of the Schooner Or­ phan Boy Found, Broken to Splinters. The River Division Scfleme G-aining Friends—News Notes and Comments. Iron Highways. ST. PAUL,Jan.12.—Manitoba engineering corps has submitted reports covering the extension of the Pelican Rapids branch and outlining what is thought to be a cheap and feasible route through this fer­ tile country at from $18,000 to $20,000 a mile. Eastward from Crookstown toward Leech lake, they estimate the cost of construction at $28,000 or less a mile, a good deal of bridging being necessary. This is intended as a Duluth connection. The extension from St. Cloud to Richmond will be ready for the last of the iron this week. It is also stated that President Hill contemplates a survey for a line from Devil's Lake to Fort Buford, via the Turtle mountains. A meeting...

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. — 15 January 1886

W & THE W&M ftv.' ft «?Ui te'Vi IWG*h c~* %f c1 1 raw%l8l ^v' m$F" ,r.,0j.%','' '. 1 ,:u 'uti lit. Paul Suicide Le'avei "lo^ Re­ cord a Warning to Fast Youtur Ken. gd The Frigid Wave Spreads Over |||the Entire Northwest in .Shape."#',):- $£.£$ A Furions ilfp- (Sale Prevailing: Over ers Scotland. rr-'i f, *&? 3 *vs*x" St. Paul Doing: Herself Proud" ||jg Over Hi ^M|i§|^|prieflets. •«f..i3S'5 over Her Ice Carnival. Shan Evil Companions. |ST. PAUL,Jan. 8.—A. R. Helmer, of Wil fpjt mot, Dakota, took poison at the station this morning and was sent to the hospital and will doubtless die. The following note was found on him: ST. PAUL,Jan.8. Editor Roberts County Record, Wilmot, Dakota—Sir: This is to the citizens oi Wilmot and others. As I have come to my. last day, I wish to thank all who have tried to help me to be a man, but have failed. It is but just that they should know what be­ came of me—that I die among strangers, with no one to shed a tear. No one will feel regret, as...

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. — 15 January 1886

k,'A £SV- iSo- v. "(I NEWS AND GOSSIP. Full Text of Governor Pierce's Speech Appears in This, imp /i -:w Morning's "Tribune." .ajfe 5A Fire at Fort Yates Destroys Prop­ erty, and is Extinguished by v. ,the Militia. Duluth: $ •, £. i* mm iffip"? :'V:' i: .. •&/ S-W* (s T* Montana Citizen Discourses on the flls t\^f^OTnu^/i''fiie80iii,ce8 of His Territory. •*. *^f|fe* 3iied' wiiile Intoxicated—i)he Socia- .piiiifr able a Success—Personal and General. Governor Pierce's Speech. |:|j The following is the text of the speech delivered by Governor Pierce at the open­ ing of the new board of trade building in 1 v'v. MR. PRESIDENT AND GENTLEMEN: You have heard much of the growth, the devel­ opment, the claims of Dakota, and on this 'occasion and at such a time I will spare this audience a repetition of them. If the ears of the public are not weary of hearing them, our voices are becoming hoarse, ana 51 will leave to your kind recollection the statistics so often published, and which tell ...

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. — 15 January 1886

tQu §feraatcfc BI M. H. JEWEIX. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, I SUBSCRIPTION BATES: one mow three monl six months, one year, $100 Id. «00 d, BOO 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Eight pages, containing a summary of the new* of the week, both foreign and local published every PHdar, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year |2 six months, gl three months, 75 cents. Ite WRAXL? TBIBDNX is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to moke It a perfect enoyolc ESSi is andtl opedia i, both of Dakota affairs. Ite oirco in the territory and the States. large. DAILY TBIBUNK, like the weekly edition, i|ng the fall associated press dispatches, is .7 advertising medium through which to I nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. The DAIXY TRIBUNE will be found on file at the TBrUsiog agent udnewsaepol The general eastern X&XBUME is A. F^ RiohardBon, Room 05, Tribune Building, Now York. All advertisements for the TBIBUKS from points east of Illinois should be sent to hi...

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. — 15 January 1886

WASHINGTON. The Silver Bill Still Worrying the Senate—The Yellowstone Na­ tional Park. The House Hearing the Reports of the Various Committees—Mis­ cellaneous. The Senate Now Wrestling With the Bill to Admit Sonth Dakota. SENATE. THE BILL ADMITTING SOUTH DAKOTA RE­ PORTED FAVORABLY. WASHINGTON, January 11.—In the sen­ ate the bill admitting Dakota and organiz­ ing the territory of Lincoln was reported favorably, Mr. Bntler reserved the right to make a minority report. The main proposition of the bill is that the proceed­ ings taken by the people of that part of the present territory of Dakota lying south of the 46th parallel of north latitude, which* resulted in the adoption of a constitution by popular vote on the third day of No­ vember, 1886, shall be accepted and ratified by congress, and the state of Dakota ad­ mitted to the Union, on an equal footing with the other states. It is not claimed, the report says, that this act of the legisla­ ture was 9 necessary preliminary to the...

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. — 15 January 1886

la. I W?i P« 1 DEATH WITHOUT PAIN. -$t) ANALYTICAL CHEMIST PRESENT^ V^iA THEORY ON THE SUBJECT^ &•••• v- pi# -kit! IS fltt SBfWf ^^Experiments with Dumb Method Employed at the Home for Animals— iMt Dog*—How to Shuffle Off r" «f 1\l "M a Pang.:^'#v"-i:Jivv:: iv:,i JUVBi* win—aw« MP8- for the sake of rrudring the «ubjeot (dearer, that we have a petdog which most be destroyed and let us take the doomed creature to different classes of persons and request them to suggest the best TTiftn.na for. its destruction. Let us intbe first instance take it to that specimen of humanity—or inhumanity, if you please— which, for thesakeof distinction. has been called "a rough," and ask his advice. He will, in all probability) suggest two meth­ ods, which have been very largely used, and still are to some extent—namely, hanging or drowning—and he will perhaps assure you fliat it will be but a few struggles, and then all will be over. Next, take it to a sportsman, and you will be told to shoot it t...

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. — 15 January 1886

W, 1 Present B.B. Mellon, chairman, and Commissioners Nealand Johnson. E. 8. Neal presented his certificate of election as connty commissioner, with oath pt office indorsed thereon, which -was placed on file in the auditor's office. .The board organised by electing R. B. Mellon chairman for the winning year. Minutes of last meeting read, and ap 0proved. The application of Bobidou and Gage /ffpfor ttie position of Conner undertakers fp was received and accepted, and, on mo $ tion, they were appointed oounty tinder taken for fhe^ensoing year at a oompen sation of $26 for each case of buritd. %-v On motion, Dr. W. A. Bentley was ap pointed county physician for the ensuing year, at a salary of $400. On motion, the following bills were al­ lowed and ordered paid from the general fund: F. V. Barnes, salary couaty Audi­ tor #224 50 'C, B. little, judge probate and of­ fice rent W. H. Winchester, county super­ intendent and office rent John A. Stoyell, county attorney and office rent M. J. ...

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. — 15 January 1886

NEWS ASJ GOSSIP. The Missouri River Improvement ,• Question is Again Discussed in Reply to Capt. Quinn. Some Strong Arguments in Favor ot y. More Extended Improvements on the Upper River. The Jeffreys Lewis Company Gives a Good Performance to a Fair Andience. Sloan Trains the Steeds Gossip and Splinters Gathered About Town. Forget-Me-Not." It was "Forget-Me-Not," and a creditably large audience endeavored to keep warm while this popular emotional drama was presented by one of the be3t companies on the road. Miss Jeffreys Lewis, as Stephanie de Mohrivart, was the magnetic star, and treated her audience to some very fine and artistic acting. There is some­ thing indescribably intense about Miss Lewis' stage work, and as she sways from the pathetic to the inexorable, from the fiendish to the gentle, she has a peculiar fascination of gesture and accent which carrier the sympathy of her auditors with her in every emotion. As the audacious and fearless woman, who appreciates her portion a...

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