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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 April 1886

\cv r" r&.~ ,- fc: L?~ II •. IN THE WHEELS Of the Hill of News and Gossip are the Leaflets of History .' Caught. The Social and Entertainment at the Presbyterian Church Succeeds. The River is Cleared of Ice Without Damage to Property or Life. Milwaukee Surveyors Personal Notes and Miscellaneous Gossip. Social and Entertainment. A large audience gathered at the Pres­ byterian church last Friday to partake of the refreshments which the ladies had pre­ pared and enjoy asocial visit. A program was prepared for the occasion, the recita­ tion by Miss Winchester, the sweet singing by Misses Grace Wilson and Daisy Stew­ art and the reading by Mr. E. W. Caldwell being greatly enjoyed by all. Miss Winchester is a rising young elocu­ tionist and possesses rare talent. Misses Wilson and Stewart sang a beautiful duet in a manner most artistic. Auditor Cald­ well read some exquisitely pathethic and humorous selections from Bob Burdette's Rise and Fall of the Moustache," follow­ ing J. M. Quin...

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. — 16 April 1886

•ad news JBbe sentt 1 rtau. BY M. H. JKWBLt, THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Ble maitik, Dakota, is delivered by oarrier to all parte or $1 per month. of the ettr at 25 oente per SUBSCRIPTION BATKB tally one month, postage paid, $ 1 00 Daily three months, postage pud, 8 00 Dally six months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Sight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published erery Friday, »«nt postage paid, to any address, for one year ttifja. months, (1 three months, 76 oente. „The FFIUW TREBUKX ie the oldest paper In north Dakota and the aim is made to make It a oerfeot encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its oiroo^ auon is large-both in the territory and theStates. HE DAILY Taumtms, like the weekly edittoa, the fall associated press dlspatohee, is advertising medium through whidh to Jnothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad linee. BUNK will be found on file ...

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. — 16 April 1886

life ANOTHER TURN On the Axis of Time Brings in One More Day's Burden of Lo­ cal News. Reports from the Scene of the Re­ cent Cyclone, by Eye­ witnesses. Assistant District Attorney Webster Wants Another Grand Jury. A Card from Chief of Police ler—Secret Society Items. Wal- The Cyclone. On yesterday's belated train, which stopped several hours at Sauk Rapids, the ill-fat^d town that was swept away by the cyclone of Wednesday afternoon, were a number of beoplje who had thrilling stories to tell, and interesting relics of the disas­ ter to exhibit. Stepping into the dining car, the gentlemenly porters were quick to exhibit the works of a clock, from which all wood and riveted casings had been torn. This, they said, was all that was left of the Northern Pacific depot, and tne hands on the dial, which was found near by, were stopped at 4:30 o'clock, the time of the arri­ val of the electric monster. A passenger was found displaying a pearl han­ dled knife that was found with its blade d...

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. — 16 April 1886

iw 5&* Ml# ,, Mi V-1.-.. .'... ll& iKjSjV Us te^-vv: f4 i®5 Si:^' si-r-" te •i 'fel ii ?t:iftfe*^5*'i"#-:*"'o:~ IMAHUrsm: The Washington Territory Suffrage Ques­ tion Kaoklnc the Solons. WASHINGTON, April 8.—Mr. Frye deliv­ ered a speech on his resolution regarding fisheries, alter which the Washington ter­ ritory admission bill was placed before the senate, the pending question being on Mr. Eustis's proposed amendment limiting the right of sugrage in the proposed new state to qualified male electors only. Mr. Butler said he would vote against the amendment. Mr. Beck favored the amendment and spoke in its support He would do every­ thing in his power, he said, to advance the condition of woman, but was not prepared to give her the rights of suffrage now. His main reason for this was that the consti­ tution prohibited any discrimination on ac­ count of race and color. Alter along debate, Mr. Eustis's amend­ ment was rejected—yeas, 12 nays, 25. The senate then adjourned until ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 April 1886

isw&sJ \t*. rav-14^ .AariJif" •r 1, W* M- .,t' .. ,= •. "ZEZXTZA" AX HOME. Sttme Reasons for Being Thankful JTor a Railroad. SLAUGHTER, DAK., April 9.—[Special Correspondence.] When last I took leave of the readers of the TRTBOTTE I was waiting in the Bock Island depot in Chica­ go, to take the train for Washington, Iowa, over the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railway. This road traverses a lovely stretch of coantry, and runs by fruitful farms and thriving villages. Washington is one of the brightest of the many flourishing county seats of south­ eastern Iowa, and though not so large nor so illustrious as that other Washington, bn the shores of the Potomac, it immeasurably surpasses it in morality and the peaceful virtues that abound in communities remote from political centers. Leaving Washington for Minneapolis by the same road as far as Columbus Junction, we here proceeded to West Liberty, by the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern rail­ road, connecting at the latte...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 April 1886

W $'i) a'fr -, r.s I ti.v' t( ®c^ih Wv,?.W »IN 5il »K"r^' II^VO \'v THE MIST. April Day, the .News s, Falls In, *W &®$r frrlST Vv *K* Wf J«?s^ I' $ !5fc VJ «, v! ",' »:•••••..'.•.'.• Judge Francis Arises to Address a Few Words to the Grand Jury. The Inquest Over the Body of the Murdered Lagier is Finally Closed. Johnnie Ray Playing Hearts—Per­ sonal Gossip and Mis­ cellaneous. Warm Times in Court. The most interesting of Tuesday's pro­ ceedings in court was the spirited address which Judge Francis delivered to the grand jury. The jury came into court and reported three indictments, which, al­ though not given to the public, are said to toe against tne aldermen-elect of the Fourth ward, Messrs. J. G. Bushby and George Bice, the charge being that of bribery. Be­ fore allowing the jurers to retire the judge addressed them as follows: GENIXEMEN OF THE GRAND JUBY: I have called youinto court for a very serious and grave reason, and I propose for a moment to speak to you plainly. Firs...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

ITKWS SUMMARY. The powers unite in authorizing Greece to disarm. Ex-President Arthur is able to be about the house. The Maine republican convention will be hely June 9th. St. Paul barber shops will be required to close oh Sunday hereafter. E. G. Gilmore will bring Mrs. Langtry to this country in September. Antiquities, valued at $150,000, have been stolen from a museum in Vienna. Millions of discovered in. i' eggs have been icott county. Iowa. The Fargo and Northern railroad, with Ghas. Sweatt, president, has been organized. Ex-Mayor T. Ramsey, of Chicago, died Tuesday morning after a lingering illness. James Kargan was killed by a fall of five feet in Sioux Falls, Dak., while drunk. Another wolf bitten Russian, under treatment by Pasteur, has died of hydro­ phobia. Alfred Frederic Amelia, a distinguished general of the French army is dead aged 75 years. Major A. L. Burke, of Ipswich, is an as­ pirant for receiver of the Aberdeen, Dak., land office. Construction of the Manitoba exte...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

Mnrae. For False Imprisonment. One of the most interesting cases in the history of the courts in the Missouri slope, was that which was tried before Judge' Francis Saturday. It was that of Nets Larson, of McLean county, versus John Satterland, sheriff of that county, the charges being false imprisonment and as­ sault, with damages claimed in the sum of $1,000. The story as told on the stand by Larson, J. M. Carnahan and others, was to the effect that in January, 1884, Sheriff Sat terlund went to a neighbor's house several miles distant, taking with him a valuable blood hound. Arriving at the home he went in to talk to the owner, and upon coming out found that his dog had been shot in the leg, blood flowing freely from the wounds. Satterlund went to Larson's place and said to him, "You have shot my dog, you," and grasping him by the collar he marched him back to where the dog waslying. Larssn said he did shoot the dog, and showed a scratch on his hand where the dog had bitten him. Sa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

*W*n si 1 NEW i- 4 -v-*s V'TV, STRY STILL BURNING. The Town Almost Totally Destroyed By Fire—Six Hundred Build­ ings Burned. Forty Men, Women and Children Are Known to Haye Perished. The Inhabitants Destitute. VIENNA, April 19.—A fire broke out in the town of Stry yesterday and is still rag­ ing. Over 600 houses have burned. Tho situation is appalling. Thousands of the inhabitants are bankrupt. The chaired re­ mains of many victims havejalready been "dug out of the ruins. The mayor of the town has sent a telegram to Lemberg, ask­ ing that troops be sent toJStry with appli­ ances to extinguish the fire. The estimated damage is several million florins. The to­ tal number of dead is now forty, the most of the victims being children. When the fire at Stry had reached its height, the prison doors were opened, but the authorities had delayed the release of the prisoners too long and fourteen unfor­ tunate inmates were burned to death. In the suburbs of the town all was confusion. Peasants...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

ra®&F- ':V'.v .?. r**4 -,V7" •".' -y'V -A 1:' BT M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bto marok, Dakota, 1B delirered by carrier to all porta •f the oity at 25 oents per week. Or fl per month. 8DB80BIPTI0N RATES: Dolly one month, Daily three mont Dally six months, postage Daily one year, postage I nothvrestern towns and $100 8 00 5 00 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Bight pages, containing a summary ot the news of me week, both foreign and local published every Friday, srat postage paid, to any aadreee, for one year $2jjix months, fl three months, 75 oents. The wnxur TBIBDNI is the oldest North Dakota and the aim is made tc Bnoyolopedia of Dakota affaire large,poth in the territory and the fleet paper in to make It a irs. Itsoiroa- States. DAILY TWBtm*, like the -weekly edition, .V tag the toll associated press dispatohee, is advertising medium through whioh to nd military posts remote from railroad lines. The DAIXT TBIBUNI will be found on file ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

WASHINGTON. In Execntive Session the* Senate Ap­ plies the Pruning Knife to Presidential Nominations. The Irrepressable Sparks Gomes to the Front with Another In­ famous Order. An Effort to be Made to Pass the Hill Bill for the Division of Dakota. "Zezula" Tarns Up Again With Brief Description of the Pen­ sion Office. SENATE. AN UNEVENTFUL SESSION. WASHINGTON, April 20 The chair laid before the senate a communication from the secretary of the interior transmitting in compliance with the recent resolution of the senate, detailed information relating to lands of the Northern Pacific railroad com­ pany, the number of acres surveyed, pat­ ented, etc. EYECUTIVE SESSION. The senate in executive session, rejeoted the proposed treaty to re-open the Wiel Labra claims against Mexico. The vote was 32 yeas to 26 nays, being less than two thirds necessary .for ratification. Proceed­ ing to calendar confirmations, a consider­ able number of cases were disposed of. Among the confirmed is Zach Mont...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

j§& s«F ipl $ i, '--I S I 1 yfe b^r W I ?!w f: 2n& &&?** tt- ^-i *1 fe. JSi- p-f- ipfp, gtV* &$*& 1'« sSV? ^Spit£ f» "*$ SAD SCENES. i. *& W*r.~ •F'^l The Burial of the Dead and Care for the Wounded by the Recent Wind Storm. further Details, Freaks and Pecul- r* iarities of the Terrible Cyclone in Minnesota. The Lake Shore Switchmen Strike, Stop a Train, and Maltreat an Engineer and Fireman. A Pathetic Appeal of the Knights of Labor to Stand Solid and Down Gould. Burying: the Dead. ST. CLOUD, MINN., April 16.—Solemn re­ quiem mass was held in the cathedral this morning over the remains of thirteen vic­ tims of the cyclone, father Stemper offici­ ated. Similar services took place in the church of the Immaculate Conception over the remains of four, the services being con­ ducted by Fathers Gross and Casper. Both the churches were heavily draped in black. The funeral procession passed on its way to the cemetery through the devastated dis­ tricts. About 2,000...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

SWti '3 & t" TP CITY OF MOSCOW. P\ TRAV VELER'S IMPRE88ION8 OP THI ry.r--. CZAR'S SOUTHERN CAPITAL.1 Narrow, Dirty Streets and One-Story, Stuccoed Houses—Countless Towers and I! High Walls Bad Roads and Fin* 'ff 7 Hones—No Well-Dressed People. ?5 Our first impressions of the czar's southern capital were not very inspiring. The streets are short, narrow, ill-paved and dirty tha buildings, low, stuccoed and shabby. The shop*, as a rule are cramped, dingy, hardly more than blind holes through the WalL A few of the better streets have been European iaed, but there is really nowhere any approach to street architecture, and a large per cent, of the dwelling-houses are low, one«toiy Stuccoed boxes, looking much as if they been transported with yard and stable from the country./ The mnaWg are—very pro­ nounced, an&. not such as, according to Shakespm]^, floated from Cleopatra's barge when she came out to meet Marc Antony. Indeed, our English doctor, who came on with las family day b...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 23 April 1886

ALL THE NEWS. Bismarck Life is Again Enlivened by a Sensation and a Bloody Fight. Charles Bentley Beats Attorney W. E. Wright Beeanse of an Alleged Insult. The Gonneil Holds An Interesting Meeting, Bnt Makes No Appointments. A Peculiar Case—Past Trains —La­ dies' Guild—Personal and Miscellaneous. A Bad Affair. One of tlie most lamentable disturbances which the the citizens have been called upon to witness for some time, was that which took place in front of Frisby's drug store Wednesday evening, and for which Charles Bentley and W. E. Wright were ar­ raigned. At about 7:80 o'clock as the story goes the fight tookplace,but as to who struck the first blow there is some dispute. Ho w everthis may be Mr. Wright received a very severe beating, and but for the cause of the trouble, Mr. Bentley should receive a punishment which he would not soon for­ get If the reports as given to the TBIBUNE are true, then the action of Bentley may in a measure be excused, with the remark that it is a ver...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

I i" VOL. 13. NO. 47 JEFF DAVIS. The Appearance of the Southern Hero the Occasion for Great Rejoicing. The War Party in Greece Vigorously Denounce the Disarraent of Troops. The Sixty-Fourth Anniversary of the Birth of Grant Celebrated Appropriately. Congressional News New York's Street Car Strike—Miscel­ laneous. SENATE. A NUMBER OF BILLS PASSED. WASHINGTON, April 27.—The bill pro­ viding for an extension of the executive mansion was passad. It appropriates $800, 000 for that purpose. The bill passed to provide fpr an allot­ ment of lands in severalty to the Indians of the Round Valley reservation, Cal. Bills authorizing the construction of bridges reported favorably from the com­ mittee on commerce, and the following passed: A wagon and foot bridge across the Willemette river, Oregon railroad bridge across the Missouri river, near Chamberlain, Dak. a railroad bridge across the St. Croix river, on the lake be­ tween Prescott, Wisconsin, and Stillwater, Minnesota. The inter-state com...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

l-'" Iprj^Vv rt iMm w& &v-, £VJ.\C !#V--:- •r 1 NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. The Grand Army of the fiepubUc Adopt Resolutions Indorsing Cleveland.^ A Reduction in Freight Bates Hade by the Northern Pacific Yesterday. Three Women Burned to Death, in ^Chicago, hy the Explosion of Kerosene. A Band of Outlaws Creating- Terror in Grant County, Wis­ consin. WasMngton Hatters. WASHINGTON, D. C., April 24.—The president has received a telegram from H. Clay Hall, deputy commander, transmitting a copy of the following reso­ lutions which were unanimously adopted hy the encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic held a few days ago at New York City: Whereas, As it is proper that veterans, irrespective of party, should recognize any­ thing done by a public official which dem­ onstrates his intention to carry out the promises made to the men who dared death for their country and whereas, we have reason to believe through declarations and actions that Hon. Grover Cleveland. presl* dent of the Uni...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

fci ~Jr **v. il Proceedings of the Board of County Com mlssloners. Board of county commissioners met, poBsoant ..toadjournment April 19, 1886, at 2 o'olook p. m. 4 Present—R. B. Mellon, chairman, and Commissioner NeaL Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The road petition of .Oscar Ward, El­ mer Dills and others, together with the report of the viewers appointed to view the road described there­ in, was received, filed 4 and laid on the table for farther consideration at the next meeting of the board. The county surveyor was instructed to survey the said road and make report thereon at the next meeting of the board. The proposition of R. B. Mason to pay thirty cents per bushel for 800 bushels, more or less, of oats at the poor farm, was received and accepted. It is ordered that the said oats be weighed at some public scales in the city of Bismarck and that Mr. Mason produce to the county treasurer the certificates of the weighmaster, who shall weigh the same showing the number...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

'M-Wil §l[lft§ 'Higi .illflil .jtW.'*", I TI ft. S & sr & I I 4nvz--"'. I |l| rag &/: I I itfe® W BY H. H. JKWEU. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published DY«T •1 the city at orIipernKm»h. BUBWAMMOM RATES Daily one mi Daily thxee mart Dally six months, postage 1 Daily one year, postage paid $ 100 800 5 00 -10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, containing a summary of thetiaVra ofc th foreign and looal published eveiy it postage paid, to any aadrees, for one week, year l^jeix months, «1 three months, 75 oents. The WKMXY TBIBDVK is the oldest paper In North Dakota and the aim is made to make It a perfeot encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its oiroo lation is large, ooth in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUNZ, like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches. Is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all noth western towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. imn will be found on file at aadnews A. V. BieSMdronf^om^Tribune ew York. All adve...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

&*fc# Pf$:'£ f-Afc'iStos ""US -If iiit u4'«*.. IN THE SEINE. Strange and Straggling' Notes of News V" Caught in the Chroniclers' rrj* f„§ seine Procter, the Scout, Who has Been on Exhibition, Visits His Bis marck Friends. Governor Swineford, of Alaska, Pass­ es Through the City, En Route East. .: Apron Fair this Evening—Illegal and Invalid—Gossip in 6ten ... eral. The Governor on the Wins. If there is any country over which the stars and stripes flutter that attracts the interest of the American people at the present time,that country is Alaska. And following upon the heels of this statement.it is no more than fair to state that if there is any gov­ ernor, outside of Dakota, who is attracting general attention and interest, that execu­ tive is Governor Swineford, of Alaska, who passed a through the city Friday en route from his far northwestern domain, to Chicago, from which point he will go to Washington. Governor Swineford is one of the most agreeable gentlemen in or out of po...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

*#v' fkfe. EASTER ECHOES.^ 1 J', A lport ofthe Easter iSeirvlces in the City That Always Ob serveB That Day. A Fall Attendance at All of the Has, With 1 Gomd he W it sic and Talk. Tike Knights Templars Hold Impres- sive Services in the Meth­ odist Church. A Small Amount of General Local News Owing to Easter's Verbosity. Easter In the City. The manner in which Easter was ob­ served in the oity was exceedingly credita­ ble, and the congregations that gathered in the various churches were large and se­ date. The day was not of that bright, sun­ shiny nature which invites the enterpris­ ing youth to pillage the henneries and bur­ glarize the secluded lair of the conserva­ tive fowl, but the published pro­ grammes of the services to beheld in the ichurches called forth the people in large and well dressed numbers. While the chill­ ing rain and mist of an old fashioned April day gave to the streets an Uninviting and deserted appearance, it added to the glow and lustre of the homes by keep...

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