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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 30 April 1886

%&£*£*••«•sT^iC^ U^I K^i %wip Jj- *i EW *'?-pTs.j '?"'4 S'KTrt1' £f riieo35 hV) ^N 'J-V*"" ",*,'j A-A 1 U"V A ^vt-- MERE MENTION. .' ,.• -. -.,' °i'v Cincinnati billiard ible makers more wagas. "V-'\:. want* Another one of Pasteur's wolf bitten pa Patients ia dead. t$£ Barnum proposes to take his big show to pJ?|Engli»nd next year. ill A Buckeye girt baby looks at the world •Jg^through fonr eyes.. Cleveland preachers will boycott the ?|iif,8unday newspapers. si®| Cincinnati Is to have a national candy convention May 11th. AHagerstown, (Md.) lacly dislocated her p$jaw wnile chewing gum. A life size poatrait of Boss Tweed recent­ ly sold at Albany for $1. Two car loads of pacing horses are en route east from Sacramento. Bubear easily defeated Pearce in the crowing match on the Thames. At Los Angeles, CaL, sweet strawberries are plentiful at 15 cents a quart Liberals and conservatives at Belfast condemned Gladstone's Irish bills. Custom officials at Odessa have been de­ frauding th...

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. — 30 April 1886

it# Li •I' fcv v'- ST-"'-, W SI, V. --•'•if- V'"* For the Disposition of the Dakota (jneition WAMINGTON, April 28.—The democrats of the committee on territories are all op "1 posed to the. senate bill for the admission $ of the southern half of Dakota as a state, and there is no doubt that .the bill will be reported adversely. It is believed that the democrats generally in the house are in favor of the admission of the whole terri tory as a state. Mr. Springer introduced a bill some time ago for the admission of part of the territory, making the Missouri river the west boundary of the proposed state, 1 but the proposition to divide by north and south line met with little more favor than the senate bill which proposes to divide by and east and west line, Mr. Spinger intro duced a bill to-day to enable the territory to come into the Union as a whole, which, with some amendments, is likely to be rec­ ommended by the committee „on territo­ ries. The bill provides for an elec­ tion next ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

VOL. 13. NO. 48 THE STRIKE. Chicago and Milwaukee Struggling With Their Numerous Blood­ thirsty Socialists, Who Have the Foreign Element of the Strikers Completely in Their Power. The Much Discussed Postoffice Ap­ propriation Bill Passes the Senate. Elections in the Northwest South Dakota's Constitutional Convention. SENATE. THE APPROPRIATION BILL PASSES. WASHINGTON, May 4.—During the con­ sideration of the proposal to appropriate $800,000 for the carriage of mail to Central and South [America, Mr. Plumb charged that while the south would principally re­ ceive the benefit from better commerce with South America, yet the southern sen­ ators were opposing the proposition. In Mr. Plumb's mDtion the sum of $80,000 was added to the amount already in the bill for the railway postal car service. The post office appropriation bill then passed as amended—yeas 45 nays, 10. Mr. Morgan offered a series of resolutions which were ordered printed and to lie on the table, declaring that it is the d...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

Ifc'. I •L- •:••. 5Jt9BSi".W vv ', "y-'i-.••• •'..W v'SMaSi&Sl'Si Silf "ivv P? if^V- Jpt •.''C~ 5fei#vp i:v s^i ft: $f',' ft rW5i..v«&i .'it PEARLY GATES & Win Never Open For the tJnrepent ant Sinner Nor For Glit- terinjr Gold. ft .The Sabbath fchimes Gail Yon From illfl •. the Broad '.and, Unfenced wk TOWt^li Road. $'•*' The Tribune feives Brief Skietehes of Av.t ^TwO More Prominent, Journalists. The Races—After the Bnrglars—Opin on Fj lions on Finances—Personal Gossip. A Few Opinions. In casual, hap-hazard conversations, Saturday afternoon, the TRIBUNE gleaned the following opinions on the question of payment of city warrants now prominently before the people of Bismarck: Mr. E. H. Bly believes the scheme of paying the war­ rants in the order of their registration is a good one and will in time be of great bene­ fit to the community, without working in justiceto the purchasers and holders. Mr. Bly said he had learned from experience on the frontier and in new and growi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

A ANARCHY IN CHICAGO. A German Socialist Incites of Six Thousand Men Desperate Deedsil A Mob to They Visit the McCormick Works jand Cruelly Stone the In- npcent Workmen A lp}J Caring for Policeman, While Woanded Striker, Barely Escapes Death. Socialist* in Chi^a|b, Chicago, May 8.—The day, while filled with exciting'episodes, bade fair to close without any serious conflict between the strikers and the authorities. A number of foreign speaking anarchists, appealing to a large crowd of idle men from the lumber yards this .afternoon, however, succeeded in provoking an assault upon a number of peaceable laboring men, and a serious con­ flict with the police followed. At 2 o'clock this afternoon over 6,000 men —lumber shovers, planing mill and factory hands— assembled on the prairie at Robust and the Black Road to hold mass meeting. The meeting was addressed by socialists, who had the matter entirely in their hands. One German speaker particularly inflamed his hearers. He said to the men...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

She §ismawk Sfribatw. BT M. a. mwBLi. THE DAILY TBIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, it Bi» marck, Dakota, is delivered tnr carrier to all parts of the city at 36 oeots per WMK Or §1 per mcwh. SUBSCRIPTION BATH: Dally one month, poatace paid, $ 1 00 Daily three months, postage paid, I 00 Daily six months, postage sud, S 00 Daily one year, postage paid, -10 00 THE WEEKLY ffRIBUNE, Bight pages, oontaining a summary of the news of Hie week, both foreign and local published erery Friday, amt postage paid, to any address, tor one year #2 ^slx months, 91 three months, 75 oents. QBie WKMXLT T&EBUHX is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make It a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Itsoiroo* lotion is largejioth in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBIBUICE, like the weekly edition, Oontaining the fall associated press dispatches, is a deeiwle advertising medium through whieh to reach all nothwestern towns and military poets remote from railroa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

V:-J 41 S )"£v" M"!... it* 8' V" f. IN THE WHIRLWIND Of Time Are the Days Dashed Into the Deep Abyss of the Past, And the News- tike Chaff Away From the Spinning Wheels. Off Flies The nrglars Who Vis itcd Kidder County were Captnred in the City. Scenes From Hibernian Bevels New Hotel—Personal and General^ was The fact that Sir John Plunkett studying spiritualism Tuesday accounts for the following, scene in court: DRAKATiB PBBsowAK. Master of Ceremonies ...W. H. Franoee Lord of the Star Brigade ...Leroy Waller Grand Duke of the Hay Soalea.. 8ir John Plunkett [Enter Lord of the Star Brigade while Duke of the Hay Scales is conversing loudly in court]. Waller (sottovoce)—Plunkett, m' noble duke, prithee, be still. Thy mouth emitteth noise superfluous. I pray thee close thy cyclone. Plunkett (loudly)—Aha! Aha! Stand back, ye dlvil ye! I'm a dacint maun! Stand back and kape your distance! [Pounding with gavel by master of cere­ monies.] Waller (Grasping Sir John Plnnkett by .the coat coll...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

EIGHT HOURS A DAY. The General Demand Made By the Workingmen Throughout the TMon For the Adoption of the Eight Hour System Heets With Little Success. A Southern Gentleman Pays "The Il­ lustrious Son of the South" a Glowing Tribute. The Myers-George Foot Race—Os­ wald's Trial—Base Ball In Brief. THE EIGHT-HOVR DEMAND. At Chicago, CHICAGO, May L—An enthusiastically prolonged meeting of the striking freight handlers was held this evening, and packed the little West Lake street hall to suffoca­ tion, and the confusion at times was Babel. Mr. Burke, of the Panhandle, was made temporary chairman, and amid great cheer­ ing declared that until the demand for eight hours' work with ten hours' pay was acceded to, not one of the men would go back. Mr. O'Cooner, of the Milwaukee & St Paul, was hilariously elected perma­ nent chairman. He made a red hot speech declaring that he was out for good until the eight-hour system was adopted and that he was only one of 360 of the Milwankee freight' ...

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

4 1 ?i) t? I t-i I •i V- .A ^/i^? ~.v' J- NATURAL GAS. Startling: Discoveries Follow the Burning of the Bismarck Ar tesian Well Honse. A Bright Bine Blaze Barns for Two Days Among' the Jtains. A Btg Thins for Bismarck. A. short time ago the shed and tower over the abandoned artesian well bore at Bis­ marck was fired by soine incendiary, and it has since been learned that tor two days after the ffie a dim blue blaze surrounded the spot, where the bore was made. This fact was communicated to the officer! of the company, and the conclusion has been arrived at that the bore has but to con­ tinued to strike natural gas in sufficient quantity not only to light and heat the city, but sufficient for manufacturing industries of all kinds. A similar discovery has been made at Fargo, and the city council of that city is being petitioned for a franchise. It is likely the Bismarck council will be simi­ larly petitioned shortly. Prof. Halcoinb, some years ago, predicted the discovery of petroleum...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 7 May 1886

OmCTAX, Proceedings of the Board of County Com missloners. Board of county commissioner^ met, pursuant to adjournment May 8, 1886, at 2 o'clock p. m. Present—R. B. Mellon, chairman, and Commissioners Neal and Johnson. Minutes ot last meeting read and approved. Inasmuch as nearly all the inmates of the county jail have been discharged or removed to other quarters during the present term of court, resolved that the services of extra jailor will be dispensed with from and after this date. Whereas, John Bowendid,on the 28th. day of April A. D. 1886, deposit in the office of the oounty auditor a written res­ ignation of the offioe of oounty assessor, which resignation did take effect upon such deposit therefore we the board of oounty commis­ sioners of Burleigh oounty do hereby appoint Bobert Marauder county assessor to fill the vacancy caused by said resig­ nation of John Bowen, said appointment to continue until tho next general election or until a successor is elected and qualified. I...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

VOL. 13. NO. 49 X&WS SUMMARY. The strike in Chicago is practically over. Indianapolis switchmen are on a strike. Cholera Is spreading at Prindise, Venice andBarl. Ex-President Arthur is,, reported improv­ ing every day. The Texas press association is coming north on a visit The ldngof Wurtemburg is said to be dy­ ing withspinal disease. Geo. Hobbs, lumberman, was killed by rolling logs at Brainerd. The people of Greece are enthusiastically in favor of war with Turkey., Ceorge 8. Butler, a nephew of Gen. But­ ler, died at Washington Friday. George Hessrick, a Memphis barber, has fallen heir to $5,000,000 in Brazil. Fifty-three thoroughbred horses were sold at Lexington, Ky., for $67,178. The Kentucky derby will be run May 14th. Four hundred and fifty horses are entered. Geronimo's Indians have killed two more settlers. Two hundred, troops are in pursuit. A tornado and waterspout did consider­ able damage in the neighborhood of Blairs ville, Penn. The Winners at Lexington Wednesda...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

I NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. The Democratic Members of #the Ohio State Senate Defeat Scheming Politicians. The Police of Chicago Succeed in Capturing Additional Ex­ plosive Material. Four Regiments Called Ont In An­ ticipation of Riots in Cincinnati. Indian Trouble. Feared on Account of a Bad Agent at Rose Bud Agency. V0ASBINOTON WAIFS WASHINGTON D. C., May 7.—The house committee on post roads and post offices, to-day instructed representative Merrilan to report favorable a bill to ratify the con­ struction given by Post-master-General Gresham and his successors, to the act of March 8,1883, authorizing the post master general to readjust the salaries of third and fourth class postmasters. Mrs. Newman representing the industrial heme, an incorporated institution of Utah, addressed the senate committee on educa­ tion and labor to-day, advocating an ap­ propriation for the support of that institu­ tion. The object of the institution is to fit for self support such of the women and girls of .Ut...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

,% jl tf\ LIFE AT THE CAPITAL HARDLY A MORE UNIQUE PLACE ON THE 3LOBE THAN WASHINGTON. Social Uh an Enjoyable Boah-A Good »ujr Pablte Exhibitions The Best Show In the United States At the White House—Bide Streets. Thar* Is hardly a more nnlqu® p'aoe 'Washington an the globe. Rome resembles it some in tbe concourse of strangers from everywhere and the opening of many at the palaces to these, and in the receptions of artists, bishops, and others. But Washing­ ton throws open its doors to people without any religions or special motives, and female life here particularly in February and early March, is like a fair. The women start oat in the afternoon and enter the doors of people with whom they have the very slightest acquaintance, or none at all, and they drink tea or have a little lunch, and the parlors are crowded, while the con­ versation rattles on without regard to sub­ ject or end. Some citizen is th9 first one visited next some army family next some rich stranger, who has Come ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

teij fyj fei F4j,ij ®"V :|te -. #1 if A» 4 £J5 kk it# W* THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bto narok, Dakota isdelivered tooaniartoaUparte «f the city at SBoenta per wee£,or$iper mrrglL SCB8CBIPTI0H RATS8 j£ Daily one month, poetage paid, $100 Dolly tiuee months postage nsid, 4., ,8 00 Dslly stxmanthjKnoetagejMud, 00 Daily one year, po*a«e paid. a*? 10 00 •^T"— 1 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, 6th foreignpnd looal iwdi. mut poetage Dmd, to any address. for ana rarir $2 ssix months, |1 three months, 78 oents. ,uXhe wnxur Tbebojck is the oldest paper in •forth Dakota and the aim is made to Oak* it a perfeot encyclopedia of Dakota afEaise. Its oiroo lataan la large.Both in teizitory and the 1%e DaiZiT •Tbibuotethe States. like the weekly edition, containing the fall awooiatod press diapatohas. is a deeinJble advertising mediom through which to reach all nothwestern towns and military poets remote from lines, ,tt« DaSiTrailroad TatBCifE will be found on file, at the Gra...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

W «.\ afe a I x%..4a •%F*»k fW- 1 •w WA&ir':. •w «c« cf GREAT FLOODS. 7fi *"3F—— .. •rfhe- Stateiof Ohio, fridhtna and Illinois are Visited by Terri­ ble Floods, Which Imradato Cities and Gaose Great Destruction to Life and Property.* %i si Bailroad Trains in the Night Dash ,«Into Washouts With Fatal^ .v i:' Results. #im The Senate Considers —Proceedings Honse. ^t*A J. ar 0HX0f AT XEWIAJ|§ XKXIA, OHIO, May 18.—There was a ter­ rible wind and rain storm at 10 o'clock last night, with an awful electric display. Water backed up at the east end of towfc to the lake against the Pan Handle railroad. The back gave way suddenly, and the flood came dashing through the town along the Shawnee creek in waves fifteen or twenty feet high, and swept twenty or thirty houses away, and did $100,000 worth of damage. The gas works are flooded and the town is in darkness and terror. The cries of the people 'in the flooded districts were awful to hear. Many acts of heroism in saving the drowning ones...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

m. ,'Vl W «&> '£:. S{" I ,' JBWpt ON THE FLY. tV^NeWS and Gossip Caught On the Ply by the Tribune Staff of Local Fielders. How Miss Anna Eva Fay Galled the "Spirits From the Vasty Deep." A Very Entertaining Lecture On the Science of Calling "Up the Spirits. Commissioner Sparks Takes a Trip in Dakota and is Thereby Reformed. Sparks Reformed. Commissioner Spark's the important and thoroughly abused gentleman who has been indeavoring for some time to get supreme and undisputed control of the public do­ main, and started out with a wild leap into the hornet filled atmosphere of reforiA, is now repentant. He has been reformed, and with his reformation he has won that ecstacy born only of a warm and melting love. During the past two weeks the iron­ ical and crusty commissioner traveled through Dakota for the purpose of investi­ gating the land question. That he might become informed as to the details of the land question and form a personal ac­ quaintance with the strange and diabo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

W THE MUSHR60I BEDS. DAINTY EDIBLE CULTIVATED^IN NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA. 3 Fiance the Great MushVoom-Producing Country off the World—Utilising the Chambers off the Worked-Out Quarries —A Farm on Long Island. Every year thousands otquart cans con­ taining champignons or ,faiiry-ring mush­ rooms, are imported bare from France aud eaten in theleadinghotels,clubs, restaurants, and such householdsas scan afford touse them. They are coetlyv often seifii^f at il per pound. In Earope they Me' called "fairy-ring" mushroom? because of the circles of fromafew ftetto several yards in diameter of art ,intei^?]j brieht green color which a*e fonqd here and there on the lawns and pastores of England, Ireland, and Franca They are closed by the iby cellinm or spawn of the miishroom, which, having exhausted the soil within the ring, is constantly spreading and enlarging the circle. France is the great mushroom-producing country of the world. For nearly half a cen­ tury the communes of Gran 1 Montrougue...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 14 May 1886

u- JBBIEF MXHTIOX. It work on hi of of the prep lie Is r&isfite.f iBvi the tOj'' aOflDlBIN RKS rising £eep wM .Pi- at the new he stak«« Sun* The report that three nihilistic "Knights of Labor* have decided to organize for ac­ tive work in this city is one of the many roofs of the tendency of the northwest to abreast with the times. The railroad rumors still float serenely in the atmosphere of doubt, and the citizens whose mission in life Is to. wait for .some­ thing to torn up, are still enjoying, the ec stacy of a sweet anticipation. The report 'thkt the stteets of Mtaidan are so crowded with teams and hurrying people that several women and children have been run over and killed within the last few dayB is said to be a hoax. The entertainment {riven at the Baptist church by the members of the Sunday school was a very pleasant affair, and the ice cream and cake served the guests by the little ladies and gentlemen was appre­ ciated by all. The tickets for the entertainment to be ...

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. — 21 May 1886

VOL. 13. JVO. Jl NEWS SUMMARY. Nottingham, England, ts flooded. :, Frosts in Michigan did much damage. Crop reports for May show improve­ ment. The Belcher sugaT refinery at St Loots has shut down. Mme. Boucicault has given $30,000 to the Pasteur institute. Great suffering in New Foundland owing to poor seal fishing. One hundred and fifty emigrants arrived at Devils Lake Sunday. The pope has consented to be godfather of Queen Christina's child. Dr. M. F. Crain, a physician of some fame, died in Fargo Monday. The bans of marriage between Patti and Nicolini have been published. All American vessels have disappeared from Canadian fishing waters. The counterfeit gang lately arrested at Butte are on trial at Helena, Mont. Davis, Mallory" & Co., wholesale dry goods, Louisville, Ky., failed yesterday. John Deere, presidentof the Deere & Co. plow works at Moline, died last evenintr. Thomas M. James, of Kansas, special land agent at Mitchell, Dak., has resigned. Norwegian independenc...

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. — 21 May 1886

1m T-''4*+ 3t& mS m\-. p^. teiw: &fe?.-3r Ifc WHS&& |y iife SKIP AND JUMP^ hi The Wild Waves Sin jr, the Waters Boar and the BaUroags^xjl Bail.' •jiaf Bailroadstliuild BataorS of BMlrl $?ucr-, and tie Ait-Is Charged A Number fi in $ *vv & But this is only one of the well laid schemes which are to bring Bismarck prom­ inently before the world as a railroad and commercial center, and the. number xf heavy real estate transactions now being effected are proof of the benefits "which the city will derive during the present year. A gentleman well known in the north­ west was in the city yesterday and stated that while at Helena, during the recent gathering of railroad magnates and capi talists in that city he learned from sources which leave no room for doubt that Jim Hill has formed a combination with the Milwaukee & St. Paul systems. to meet at this point. The plans of this combination are as follows: The Manitoba road, will penetrate the northwestern territory go...

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