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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 March 1886

FOREIGN. Germany Apparently Seeking an Ex­ cuse for Picking a Qnarrel With Franee. Emperor William Will Give a Birth­ day Party—London's Usual Nasty Berlin, March 20 —All the semi-official organs continue to discuss the prospect of a war of relations between France and Germany. They attribute the probability of such action by France, to Orleanist schemes. The Post declares that Germany will await the coming of the war, proudly resolute and ready. All hope is abandoned that a reconciliation between France and Germany can be effected by peaceable means. The Germans can not bis restrained for an hour when the war cloud bursts. The National Zeitung, while admitting the great progress made by the French army in recent years, says that Germany has nothing to fear while France is isolated from the other nations. Frenchmen, it de­ clares,* can not pardon the Germans for their victories over them on the battle field and the successful competition against them in foreign markets. The introduc...

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. — 26 March 1886

k, GOING OUT. March is Beginning to Bow Herseli Oat in a Mild and Lamb­ like Style. The Entertainment by the Bismarck Dramatic Club a Brilliant Success, Two Men Who Threaten to Kill L. N. Griffin Arrested and Put in Jail. Democratic Caucuses Immigrants Coming—Personal and Gen­ eral Chit Chat. A Splendid Success. Bismarck has reason to be proud of her commercial advantages, of her artists, her musicians and her statesmen, but above all she has cause to be proud of the dramatic ability and histrionic talent within her bor ders. "the presentation of "The Banker's Daughter" last Tuesday was one of the most successful theatrical events ever celebrated in the city, and the fact that the performers won the enthusiastic applause of the im­ mense audience of critics and theater go­ ers, is evidence of the merit of the per­ formers. Tne stage settings were the fin­ est ever placed before a Bismarck audi­ ence, and the scenery was superbly mag­ nificent. Especially is this true of the duel sce...

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. — 2 April 1886

VOL. 13. JVO. 43 SUNSHINE AND SHADE. The Bismarck Dramatic Company Scores a Very Decided Suc­ cess in Fargo. A Sorrowful Recital ot Love and Disappointment Comes Prom Valley City. The Southwestern Strike in a Fair Way of Settlement by Arbitration. Cheap Beef For New York City—A Railway Train Through a Bridge. "An Ovation." FARGO, DAK., March 30.—[Special.]— "The Banker's Daughter" received tonight what professionals call "an ovation." The audience was the largest of the season in Fargo, filling every seat in the house. Standing room was at a premium. Flow­ ers, speeches and applause were plentiful. The amateurs played even better than in Bismarck. A Sad Suicide. VALLEY CITY, DAK.. March 30.—[Spec­ ial.]—Allyn Warner, arrested on a charge of complicity in the suicide of Miss Anna Root, was released today, and a large num­ ber of friends accompanied him tothe-depot to see him off for Perham, Minn. This has been the most sad, as well as the most thrilling, episode in the history of thi...

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. — 2 April 1886

Hfl 'MM isr v:ov. S1 •'••"i'-'.v fe !0: •0:-, IS': -Wv'i.'' IB fer v-:. M' :i, /. m. mi- 5^' 'V-'f iif- NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. The Fargo Argus Establishment To­ tally Destroyed by Fire Yes-.:/ :,v lerday Morning. Proposition to Submit the. Labor Troubles in the Sonthwest to Arbitration, An Effort to be Made to Secure Sisseton .Reservation for Settlement. m*: Parnell's w- Kwi the Mother Improving:— The Hart .River Flood—News in Brief A Fair Proposition. NEW YORK, March 26.—Grand Master Workman Powderly arrived here tonight and held a consultation with other mem­ bers of the general executive board. In conversation with a Representative of the associated^ press, Mr. Powderly said: "This strike must be settled where it is. The statement that it is for the recognition of the Knights of Labor as an organization Is er­ roneous. That the men have grievances and cause for complaint we believe true, but whether true or not, no harm can come of an investigation. We will submit this proposition to...

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. — 2 April 1886

iSM^ T^' ®v $? 'A£" .. fa?.. I fr'v I 5: |#l THE DAY'S WORK ''-8§tae p( In the Courts, Ameng- Railroad Mag- nates and by the Way i'.ir^v.':' :^-%.:v:. side. The Stollard Murder Case 'Will ha Submitted to the Jnry I Today- m&x Meeting1 of the Citizens With Pres Sev /i ident Pitts, of the Wolsey & Bismarck. The.River—An Improved Rifle—More Tree Questions—News in General. The Murder Case Closed. The last of the evidence in the Stollard murder trial was taken Friday after­ noon, and the case will be submitted to the jury today. The first witness placed on the stand was John Waldron, who was re­ called. Said when he first came to the house of Timms Stollard was in the act of unloading his gun Mr. Timms was jump­ ing up and down was very much excited Timms caught Stollard by the shoulders Stollard told Waldron to take Timms away or he (Stollard) would shoot Timms too. The district attorney now stated that the prosecution would rest. At this time the counsel for the defense, made a...

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. — 2 April 1886

-J" Pj$'~*\- w- Ml:" fc r* ,- IT &1 14%^ V* f, 0: 'W^n It r-V gi gpW Wite .&£*' ©te §tfema«k Stfbutw. AT M. H. JEWEIX. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, PohliHhad every morning, exoept Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is dettvered hy carrier to oil parts -week, or SI par mnith. ef the city at ZB oente per SDBSOBIFTIOHBATBS: Daily one month. postage paid. Daily One months, postage paid. Duly six months, postage paid, Daily one year, portage paid. $100 5 1000 •:s: THE WEBKLY TRIBUNE, it' paggs, containing a summary of the news of th foreign and looal published every -, sent postage paid, to any address, for one year fH jBix months, $1 three months, 75 cents. The JwnDOiT TUBum is the oldest paper In North Dakota and the aim is made to male it a perfect enoyolopedia of Dakota affairs. Its otrocu lation is largejwth in the territory and the States. The DAILT TBSBUNX, Uke TBE weekly edition, containing thefoll associated press dispatches, Is desirable advertising medium through whioh to reach 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. — 2 April 1886

I •4 :s!!» A WASHINGTON. W* Wi* & £Vf':J 1 $K-M Bills Introduced for the Admission o: Washington and Montana Territories. WASHINGTOX, March SO.—Senator Mc­ Millan today presented a petition of the city council of Lake City, Minn., setting forth that navigation through Lake Pepin is hazardous for want of a safe harbor. It Is the most dangergous portion of the Missis­ sippi river to rafts and vessels, and the amount of $25,000 now appropriated for a harbor at Lake city is wholly inadequate to complete the work as planned. A larger appropriation is urged.' Debate on the army bill was closed, and Mr. Piatt addressed the senate on the Washington territory bill, which he char­ acterized as an enabling act He gave sta­ tistics of the population and the resources of the territory, and asserted on this show­ ing it was entitled to admission as a state. Mr. Piatt would not discuss matters that had occurred there in rejfard to the Chi­ nese. Whatever had been done, the people had dealt wit...

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. — 2 April 1886

mW N 1*1 f" fe: £?v'•'! I- iS? fc FAST MEN WHO GO TO A TURKISH •*,«#• „. BATHING ESTABISHMENT. ,»» 1 Mali .iV\ i'V-f •If \**m M% "f *A,^ SOBERING IIA BATH. Curled in 1T Cabmen in tl»e, Early Honrs of the Horning—Sweating Out the Whisky in a Steam •„•.j Box—A Sure Cure. 'A'cab stopped in front of a fashionable Turkish bathing establishment at 2 o'clock in the morning. The street was deserted and when the rattle of the cab wheels on the cobblestones had died away, a voice in the cab ordered the driver to open the door. A young man with a high hat and a very short kersey overcoat fell into cabby's arms. The cabman helped the young man into the es­ tablishment and delivered him over to an at­ tendant then the cabman came oat on the sidewalk just as a Nineteenth district police­ man came up: The cabman said to the blue coated vigil, as he pointed over his shoulder: "He's been doin' the town for five hours. Wine, whisky, beer—full as a goat. Gone to get sobered up." It wasn't more than tw...

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. — 2 April 1886

Ki $ ,-1 3.. .Kl1V':' bw jv '. f"Wis ft: i" W rit. a&*. tk .e^ 'V 1'*- NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS. Butte Inter-Mountain: The Knights of Labor have officially informed dealers in "Stetson's" and "No Name" hats that if they offer these makes for sale after May 1st next their stores will be boycotted. They are being boycotted because the manufacturers of these makes are employ­ ing non-union men in their factories and the Enights of Labor being affected, the order throughout the country has taken up the battle and proposes to fight it with the weapon named. Butte dealers hold that as they purchased these hats and were fully stocked withtheih before they came under the ban of the Knights of Labor it would be a smack of injustice upon the part of the latter to boycott their stores be­ fore they had an opportunity to dispose of the objectionable articles. The Knights, we understand, also took this view of the matter, and hence they give dealers until May 1st to get rid of the stock on ha...

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. — 2 April 1886

-ir KS C$ 'gp *..V n. 16® &•': I IN Sr li':.'- (fc«v V,' e»te £. 0 ipsser-is mh^ lc _,NEWS AND GOSSIP. i-'The Democratic Convention Nomi- nates Candidates For the ,, City Offices. The Political Fight in the City Now Fairly Opened and the Dance On. The Bazar of Nations to be Opened at the Methodist Chnrch Tonight. From the Drama—Presbyterian So­ ciable—Personal and Gen­ eral Gossip. From the Drama. The Bismarck dramatic dab is now on its first tour from home, and all eyes and hearts turn hopefully toWard that organi­ zation, which entertained the people of Fargo last Tuesday. A number of letters have been received from the company, among which are the following, the French artists doing themselves credit: AUDITOR CALK WELL: My De-a-r Fraind: Eete'svid zeunboundaid pleazaire zat I convey to you ze news of ze great sucsais scored by ze companay in zat beautiful melodramai of ze Bankair's Daughtair. I t'ink ze combina-shong vill proceed on ze eastward jour-nay, vit zat grond metropo...

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. — 9 April 1886

VOL. 13. NO. 44 NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Southern Michigan "Knocked Out of Time" by an Unprecedented Snow Storm. A Railway Train Blown From the Track, Near Saginaw, by a Hurricane. Greece Celebrates the Fifty-seventh Anniversary of Her Inde­ pendence. LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Loses Abont One Million Dollars by Fire. Later Election Returns. ST. PAUL, April 6.—Specials to the Pio­ neer Press: Ashton, Dak.—The high li­ cense ticket was carried today by 89 ma­ jority. C. B. Billinghurst was elected mayor. Huron—Rice, Wilson and Dunning were re-elected mayor, clerk and treasurer un­ opposed. W. L. King assessor, and Elson police justice, were elected. Pierre—For mayor McClure was re­ elected city treasurer, Hollembaek city clerk, Johnston police justice, Bennett Ward, member of the democratic territorial committee, was beaten for alderman by Mead. Watertown—Wm. Mclntvre, republican, was elected mayor Frode Heegaard, dem­ ocrat, city justice. Tower City—License carried by a major­ ity of 1. E. Youn...

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. — 9 April 1886

ipM {"," DECLARED OFF. v(p The Transcontinental Railway Bate War Brought to a Close Yesterday. Transfer Teamsters Join Issues With the .Railway Strikers in St. Louis. The General Executive Committee, Kniffhts of Labor, is Missing-. Southern Kansas Agitated—Minnea­ polis Sporting News—The Floods. Cheap Bates No More. NEW YORK, April 2.—One of the bitter­ est railroad rate wars that the western roads ever knew will probably soon come to an end. The transcontinental pool was broken on the 19th of February by the Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe announcing a cut in rates between New York and San Francisco. It did this because the other members of the pool would not allow as large a percentage of freight business to fiie Atchison as it demanded. All lines in thepooi met the cut, and the result has been that travelers and freight have gone to California points at extremely low rates. The Atchison has been forcing the fight throughout the contest, and the result has the appearance of a vict...

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. — 9 April 1886

APRIL SHOWERS Of News and Gossip Pour in Throngt the Open Windows of Time. The Mysterious Political Gall Proves to he the Annual Hoo­ doo. A Few Brief Comments on the Jour­ nal's Nnggets of Political Wisdom. Dr. Slaughter's Pension—Immigra­ tion Encouragement—Per­ sonal. Political Wisdom. I11 the weekly Journal issued last Fri­ day the following nugget of political wis­ dom appears: Ald.Moorhouse is another good citizen who makes a bad official. Retire him to private life and out of the influence of combination jobbery, and the tax-payer's instinct and the pride and unselfish interest of a good citizen will sway him. Then he will be with the people for good govern­ ment and for redeeming the financial credit to city and county. In other Words, the Journal believes that a good citizen makes a bad official. This is the most inhumanly unkind blow possi­ ble for the Journal to inflict upon Mr. Hunt and the numerous other candidates on the ticket which it supports. According to the Journ...

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. — 9 April 1886

®fc* §i$mawfe ®titottw. BY sr. H. JEWEU. THE DAILY 1BIBUKB, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bia marok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts ef the city at 26 oemts per week, or $1 per mou»h. SUB80RIPTI0M BATES: Daily one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 Duly three months, postage paid, 8 00 Delly six months, poetage pMd, 6 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a eummary of tho news of dthforeign and local published every at postage paid, to any address, for one jreMLb Friday, yew tajjH monlfc, 91 three months, 75 oente. „The WBKELT TUBDHX is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect enoyolopedia of Dakota affaire. Itsoiroa laaon is large. Both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUNX, like the weekly edition, containing the foil associated press dispatches, is a deeirwle advertising medlnm through which to reach all nothweetern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. The DAOIY TBIBUNB will be f...

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. — 9 April 1886

WA$HI\GTOX. Trouble With Red Cloud and His Braves Predicted—General News. WASHINGTON, April 6.—The chair laid before the senate a letter from the secre­ tary of the treasury regarding the pay­ ment of $126,000 to the Chippewa tribe of Indians, for damages growing out of] the construction of reservoirs at the head waters of the Mississippi "river. Referred. Consideration of the army bill was re­ sumed, and Mr. Logan spoke in further advocacy of it, followed by Messrs. Hale and Manderson. The latter, Among other things, called attention to the condition of the Indian frontier and the danger of a conflict there at any time. Every Indian, he said, had a good Winchester rifle, and it was only a question of time—and proba­ bly a short time—when there would be trouble with Red Cloud and his warriors. He (Mr. Manderson) had heard from re­ liable sources that the Sioux Indians had agreed to kill the first one of their number who should consent to the giving up of their reservation or consent...

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. — 9 April 1886

5 mte-u -r $ ,* 7^ », A ••^0 .. .. ,. •fr: UNPROTECTED WORKERS. |0.^.V^£. ,v HOW CHILDREN ARE OVERWORKED IN GERMANY. Evil* Which are Exciting the Attention of the Government—Fearful Mortal* ity of Children Employed in Fac­ tories—Trade Herniations. How totally unprotected the German working population is few people know out­ side the sufferers and the men and women whose lives axe spent in arousing discontent and revolutionary hatred among them. In England and Switzerland, and to some •ztont in America, factory inspectors are •specially instructed to prosecute for breach of the factory acts. In Germany they are especially instructed not to do sa They.. re­ port to the governments of the several prin­ cipalities and kingdoms, who revise and ex­ cerpt at discretion and then forward the re­ sult to the government of the empire, which carries thB process of dissection one step further and then publishes as much of the twice mutiliated remains as it thinks proper, and still the reports, ...

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. — 9 April 1886

HOMEWARD BOUND. WASHINGTON. "Zemla" En Boat* to Dakota—Impres­ sions of Sam Jones-—Chicago News. CHICAGO, April 2.—[Special correspond­ ence]—The thoughtful reader of the TRIB­ UNE, who notices the above heading, may possibly wonder what influence could have been sufficiently strong to lure Zezula from the beautiful city of Washington, with its wealth of social, literary and his­ torical attachments—but don't you know, daar reader, that Zezula is a Dakota farmer, and through all the dreamy waltzes of the Marine band and French opera there flashed a low refrain, set to the minor mu­ sic of "My Little Old Sod Shanty on the Claim," and afar on the western horizon loomed up the spectral foams of the '^spec­ ial agents" and the "claim jumper," and as 1 do not want Commanding General Sparks to drop me from the ranks as a deserter, I am hastening home to rejoin Captain Wal­ lace's agricultural brigade for duty in the spring campaign. We arrived in this city yesterday morn­ ing, over the pi...

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. — 9 April 1886

fft^Pv ', y%tn* P\V & (Js* sAn. I*T »?r f- fjK 51 ty I' iv S* I' %V( fc 1 «L*C"' a J1 »*J {ft**??** STEADY WORK. .* The Excitement of Election Over and »JW ^Citizens Settling Down f-j Again i^,*. TliS 'CoittfeSt in the Fourth Ward .V^^Still the Snfejeet of Dis- cussion- 5Ji The Damage Suit of Arthur Linn Northern Pacific in Progress. vs. And Still They Go—Department Elec­ tion—Personal and Mis­ cellaneous. r% •f W' ,~ ee* Sf' k, Ih Linn Damage Case. The case of Arthur E. Linn vs. the Northern Pacific railroad, in which the plaintiff, ly his guardian, E. M. Brown, sues for 410,000 damages for the loss Of a limb, was called Tuesday, and is now on trial. Three years ago little Arthur Linn was run over by the cars, and the loss of his right limb is the result A suit is now brought against the company for the amount stated. Colonel Clough, chief counsel for the Northern Pacific, is in the city, and will remain during the trial, as­ sisting George P. Flannery, who is con­ ducting the ...

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. — 16 April 1886

Hfc ""f «, A 3 5 7 «*V" VOL. 13. Nq. 45 •f svy NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Gould Discusses the Proposition ot the Central Labor Union to Boycott Him. Nine More ex-Members of the New York Board of Aldermen Arrested. Northwestern River Improvement Convention in Session, in Mankota. Suicide of an English Earl—Bnrned to Death—The Dutch Ministry Resign. Who TiUs Gould's Farm? NEW YOBK, April 18.—Regarding the threatened boycott of Jay Gould by the central labor onion, .Robert Blissert, the great labor agitator, said of it yester­ day: "Just as John Brown's death was the first death in the rebellion, so the death of these innocent people in East St Louis are the first in the new rebellion that is sure to come. Negro slavery had to go after John Brown died so white slavery has to go, and go it will. We won't burn down Gould's house, for labor built it we must build rather then destroy but the boycott is a weapon more silent and more effective than fire, and we shall see if Gould can withstand it. T...

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. — 16 April 1886

U1 LT I# Ik, mx tft. ife!V III: lisf• urn* IIW^V WMn •-mm: SiH* Guards Fire Upon Strikers, in East St. Louis, Killing Several Persons. The Attack Said to Hare Seen Entire­ ly Unprovoked and Un­ necessary. The Strikers Retaliate by Killing Two ©r Three of the Guards. East St. Louis Virtually Under Mar­ tial Law, Garrisoned by Militia. Minneapolis the Sporting Center of the Northwest—Enterprise in Ftfrgo. Unprovoked Murder. ST. LOUIS, MO., April 9.—This afternoon eight deputy guards stationed at the Louis­ ville & Nashville yards, near Broadway, fired into a crowd of 300 strikers. Five men and one woman were shot. Three of the men were killed, and the woman is sup­ posed to be mortally wounded. The killed are: Pat Driscoll, employe of the water works—not a striker T. E. Phompston Os­ car Washington, a painter John Bohman, water works laborer —not a striker Major Richman, shot in the head, and will probably die Mrs. John Pfeiffer, shot in the back, and probably mortally wounded. An...

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