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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 21 May 1886

p. A? S hrjjf. i- I '$*• f'- «Ti r-f •WF&V& W* r- 1 I i1* 'a Tii \i (I \f TAPS TOLD OF BIRDS.™! HIGH DEGREEOF INTELLIGENCE S»'tAND PHYSICAL POWERS? V-*" r*si *&*> j»V */*i \,i i-j&ja* -jo ta #.'i -v ', menationiThtt Show Conning and Be flection—DfftBM of the' ¥osni—Per patual K«J ayaneseenea—Po we rm of VI -Rapldity of Flight.» often take precautions that show reflection and cunning, as Whan trowaaet seattaefeinhigbplaoesbetorethe Book swoops down upon aoorn. field. ,1 have evon heard that ia some places crows have learned tocount to the number of four and Bve—as many as boom savages has been afaie to oonnt-ao that no ambush caui be laidtjNKn which to shoot at tbem unless more men co into It than they can count, and then as many leave it as they are able to number, so that the poor creatures erron­ eously infer that none are toft Parrots and other fcdldng birds often itow astonishing intelligence or perhaps it is only astonishing because wj-do not enough assume th...

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. — 21 May 1886

ifgM'- it Ph*. ?y ij.,. Btf I fete 4 & iST Sfl* KJV SI, §V„ '.'j. i' Kr ft Ft BTH.H.JDWIXL. THE DAILY TBEBOTIE, Published every morning, except Monday, it Bi» siJ-Bank, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte the city at» oe&ts per week, or |1 per month. u. .v.,-.:, :.*• SUBSOBXFttON SATIS S Daily one month. postage paid,, $ 1 00 Daily three mw postage mid, 8 00 •jSjSr atx mmtbB,jfat*tp2/*d* JiS 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 §$*•5 THE WEEKLY TttrattNK," _Tjt aenmiDAry of thenewe of foreign {aid local WMiahed every oaid-toany aadreee, for' one |l* t&xee months, 7& oattte. Burafr the, oldest paper in he aim lB mftdfcto make it a ^oiDakototStoto. Itedroo, oth in the territory and the States. The Daily Thibun®, like the weekly editii -ajta—^-'-rjg the (all aesooiated press dispatches, ile advertising meditup through which to -"u": |nd military posts ^"wSli' b® foundJohiU* jord A Thomas, ad-* _--i,at reading rooms) I newe cMpfcta tbToa#i»otit the oo ttntiy. ...

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. — 21 May 1886

I 4.'t. ,' 'A'-.*./. W& l&'y life lib I ?.V V- QYNAMITEBS' ,' WO*K, f^5v -•/.:-•• ', *i .•''titi&M ana Office oian *'^A Wrecked. OBA#OEVII.US, OHT,ifeyap.-R-^wo more dynamite explosions occurred hqre last night, one at the office and another at the residence of Police Magistrate Monroe. the offlde was completely wrecked and the adjoining property WM somewhat dam aged. The house was badly damaged,- but fortunately no lives Were lost. The indig­ nation of the citizens is' as this isthe third and most destructive explosion since the initiation of the Scott iUJtT The' cause of the outrage is the action of Magistrate Monroe in strictly enforcing: the temper­ ance law,. Although large, rewards.have been offered for information regarding the perpetration of the first two explosions, nci one has been arrested in connection with '^.V -'V THE govbbnob's^abtyMk 3 it TerritorialOffioers Will Be Knter- "•yj tained by the Dakota Club in Fargo. '-$FJ FAKGO, May 20.—Governor. Pierctfs p...

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. — 21 May 1886

mm J£ ••(ifVuiWiiiin'ji JI t'J.'IKM. 1 v** Tte&rand Oldlfan ^akt^ VurTtfar Concessions to the Bad* Jffe'SiM }icals, $$ £3'nf?k«.^i£A" A^d,a.Aiuaor Prevails That He Con Withdrawing the Bill. ill *ftt: r. Iota111 Sv "'I Itfhe ^ei^rlloriai Officers/tendered Grand Banquet at Merre, Dakota.^ .. Senator Vest Pays HiS Kespects to Massachusetts and the Pen- !i 1 sion Bill. SENATE. MB. VEST OH THE PENNON BILL. WASHINGTON, D. Cv May 14.—Among the petitions presented to-day was one from a dozen citizens of Colorado presented by Mr. Allison, praying for the abolition of •The American house of lords". Referred. Mr. Frye from the committee on commerce reported favorably his bill to limit the privileges of foreign vessels in the ports of the United States to privileges accorded to vessels of the United States in foreign countries. The following bills passed: Appropriat­ ing the amounts indicated for the purpose named: Extending the limit of the cost on the Detroit public building to $1,800,000...

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. — 21 May 1886

TinOS'ii W' Vv ih~ k"-rV I rf I* THE PKKSrZtSJfT OBJECTS. He Dislikes to Hart Hill Folsom's Bala Uym Discuss His Private Affairs. m^yL 6_- ., .,r ar. PATJL, May 17,—A Washington spe cial to the Honest Press says: The presi­ dent is mueh annoyed at the freedom with which his private affairs are betnfldls cus8ed by th$ teiattves of the.lady he,in­ tends. to marty, and thinks it would be bet* ter for them to follow the exam^e of his own friends and answer till inquiries ojn the subject with 4 smil& Gplonel Lamont, if Mr. Bissell and other intimates ofthe pres­ ident are stnllitiflt a great deal now... Meeting of the ConurrtUWil} .i.'.-s. Londos, May iUU-4 great qieetinff of the opponents of home rule was held in St James hall to-night. Mr. E. AsWead. Bartlett presided. The side galleries were crowded by ladies, The hall was protfuscdy dfaped with,the national colors apd scrolls bearing the nances of the conservative lead­ ers, past and: present, were displayed. Lord Salisbury, Geor...

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. — 21 May 1886

ra fuF0 mmm feti 1 K* 'i I©X mm* ejrthanit ,ey, and the to a splendid crop, Extensive. £6c."tiie obserW orattofcdafr ar teSlanoe of Decoratferfrdaiy arehehw madein mtnearly every townandcity in Dakoth, and SpipMn Bboink an excellent programme lia'S been arranged. *•,• The new sectional map of Dakota—large size—the latest out, showing all the new li^Moonnties, railroad |#fS^^^on cloth and rolli WiWm TBJKIJNB. ategweiaSi^ifi!®: railroad extentions, etc.—mounted rollers. 82.60. Foe sale by the Call ana see it A-tid now the wild waves are "Who: will be chief of polioe It is not ,t: wheb the thermometer reglsteres 96° in the shAde that Bismarck is barren of some itk *•4 teresting political problem. I The electric lieht problem is still being solved. Someproblems like "being solved" so well jthat they remain in that enchanting condition until the "ruthless hand of the great destroyer overtek^s them. Captain Baker thinks that in about three weeks he can spare a b6at for the Fort Yates excu...

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. — 28 May 1886

VOL 13. NO. 51 CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. Spain's new monarch was baptized 'Sat­ urday. All British troops in Egypt are ordered to Cajro. The dissolution of parliament is deemed inevitable. Gladstone's campaign fund is said to be exhausted. Ex-President Arthur Is much improved by daily drives. Eleven wounded policemen remain in Chicago hospitals. Dr. Holmes is warmly received every­ where in England. Greece and Turkey have agreed on a temporary armistice. Thei American congiess of churches con­ vened at Cleveland, Ohio. A dynamite factory at Valencia, Spain, exploded, killing twelve men. Miss Frankie Folsom receives $50,000 by the death of her grandfather. Disgruntled Kansas democrats want the president read out of the party. Kansas City is to have anew board of trade building, to cost .$400,000. A car load of dynamite has been shipped from Tennessee to-New Jersey. Spain expects to realize 85,000,000 from the sale of crown lands and forests. Reports of an Indian uprising near the Cteur 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. — 28 May 1886

/, THE DAY. The Day as It Appears in the His­ tory Which It Leaves Behind. VVork On the Missouri Valley Boad is Progressing in a Liyely Manner. A Man atWashburn Points a Gun at Sheriff Satterlund and Threatens. Incendiary's Work—River Eipples— Water Works—Personal and General. The Ooogh Memorial Services. The Gough memorial services, under the auspices of the Woman's Christian Tem­ perance Union, in the Methodist church Sunday evening, was well attended. The church was handsomely decorated, and the fragrance of blooming plants permeated the air. Above the pulpit in large white letters on a black back ground was the very appro­ priate scriptural text, "He, being dead, yet speaketh back of the pulpit, in gilded let­ ters on red and blue, was the national motto, "For God and Home and Native Land," and Gough's last words, "Young man, keep your record clean." To the left was a portrait of the departed Gough, with date of birth and death—"1817-1886"—in raised white figures, the frame bein...

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. — 28 May 1886

THE LECTURE BUREAU. li THE PLAN UPON WHICH THE FIRST ASSOCIATION WA8 ORGANIZED. •The Real CaaMi or th« Decadence of th« Once Popular Platform. Lecture—Killed by the Enormous Fees Demanded— System of Bhartag Beeelpta. The first lecture bureau evar formed mi in Toledo, Ohio. The cities represented in 4 convention, called to meet there in 18ft*, were Detroit, Grand Rapids, Adrian, Jack­ son, Coldwater, Toledo and I think two or three more were, represented either by dele­ gates or letter. The plan was to have a cen­ tral secretary, who should engage a num­ ber of lecturers for a tour among the asso­ ciated cities. The objest was ty unity of action to secure able men, who could not be induced to come so far for the purpose of filling one or two engagements. The as­ sociative effort was soon merged into a bu jnan, established at Chicago. Another bu­ reau was soon after opened in New Tork or Brooklyn, especially under the patronage of the Young Men's Cbristiaa associations These in a few ...

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. — 28 May 1886

xM# m. r-"-. •. "vv4':vi.'. .-'-v 3a','.' 5^ |-i/. smawfc BT M. H. JEWEIX. THE DAILY TBIBTJNE, Published vtery morning, exoept Monday, at Bla marck, Dakota, is cteUveKd' •t the city at 25 oents por SUBSCRIPTION BATES.: jDaily one moat— Daily three mom Daily six months, postage Daily one year, postage & The WHBTIIT TUBUNX is the" oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim Is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Itseiron* fetion is large-both in the territory and the States. The DAILY TBXBtnnt, like the weekly edition, containing die toll associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through whioh to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. DAILY TBIBBNE will be found on file at the Grand Paoifio hotel, and Lord A Thomas, ad­ vertising agqnto, Chioago, and at reading rooms ud news depots throughout the country. The general eastern advertising agent of the 'fuspro is A. F. Richardson, Room 85, Tribune Building, N...

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. — 28 May 1886

[pf •a 4 A •P WASHINGTON J. F. McDonald Desires a Change in the Land Office at Bismarck. He Prefers Charges Against the Offi­ cers and Calls For an In­ vestigation. The Senate Discusses the Forfeiture of the Northern Pacific Land Grant, While Representatives Have a Hu­ morous Bout Over the Oleo­ margarine Bill. SENATE. THE NORTHERN PACIFIC LAND GEANT. WASHINGTON, Mdy 27.—The senate took up the bill restoring to the United States certaip of the lands granted to the North­ ern Pacific railroad. Mr. Van Wyck said the bill proposed a forfeiture of the grant from Wallula to Portland. He moved an amendment for the committee bill which amendment pro­ vides for the forfeiture of all the Northern Pacific errant except lands for which the lines were completed before July 4,1879, and except the right of way. Mr. Call said that the committee bill was really a propo­ sition to confirm and not to forego the grant of some 48,000,000 acres of land to the Northern Pacific railroad company. It was eq...

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. — 28 May 1886

13 HH 'p THE TIRELESS »n. transmits Its Burden of News For the |Jdifteation of the.Trj bune Readers. 1 The I WV£ P4&\V( 4? lv /SP3 vife3s II •.-•ORV- -A Northern Pacific Decides the Wells, Fargo Express Co. Must Go.1 That lEli Perkins Furnishes au Interesting: Special From -Utah On the Commissioner Sparks Incurs the Ire of the Montana Lumbermen. Dio Lewis Dead. SENATE. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 21 The senate passed the bill providing for closing the business of tlie court of commissioners of Alabama claims as it came from the house. Teas 29 nays 18. The urgent deficiency bill passed with­ out debate. The senate voted to insist upon its amendment to the postoffice appropriation bill, and a conference committee was ap­ pointed. Adjourned till Monday. BOUSE. After along debate the bill was passed— yeas 120 nays 80—prohibiting for a period of five years from the first of March, 1887, the importation into the United States, or the landing upon its shores, of mackerel (except Spanish mac...

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. — 28 May 1886

s? *Ok0!? UK. gS*jr ,V. ,/ ft 41£- fcw ir4 W ,S THE LIVING PANORAMA SEEN DAILY J^1-'^'":'' ••'••••'•'. ^Cmfltlon of Tired and Anxlouc to-Get-Home Old and Yoang Working People—Character of the Promiscuous Crowd—The Night-Workerg. »$L .'. -J "Let'agetahead, Tilly, or ire won't get a seat," whispered a neat yet tastefully diwised young business lady to her compan­ ion, as a street car came around the switch the other evening. The two young women, followed by a dozen others, stepped oat into the muddy, street, anJ while the: car was yet slowly moving they stepped aboard and crowded into.it. They found about all the •eat filled with "hohrid men" who had got in within the last two blocks on the down trip! Between theihoan .of 5 and 7 o'clock in the evening, at the time when the great drive of trade ceases, when the blinds of, stores.are polled down, and the whistle of the factory blows its tignal of rest, then the great down-town starting points of travel to the different divisions of the...

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. — 28 May 1886

BRIEF MENTION. ,• The second volume of the "Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant" will be delivered to subscribers either by J. W. Clarke or the agent, who is now in the city. The beauty of the ruddy sunsets and the sublimity of the moonlight nights are now about ripe and must soon be plucked by the gushing and ecstatic wielders of the pen. Milton Nobles is now enjoying a law suit over the authorship of his drama "Love and Law." If the courts will give nim a proper opportunity he will soon oe well up in at least half of the play. On Sunday last the temperance udion throughout the country celebrated the pas­ sage of the national temperance education bill, but the notice came to Bismarck too late for the ladies of the city to participate. There is a vast amount of talk about railroads and commercial development among the sires and sages of Bismarck, but the small boy is awaiting the arrival of the first circus of the season with undivided anxiety. Steele Herald: Mr. Dillon, of Bismarck, is...

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. — 4 June 1886

VOL. 13. JVO. 5-2 MIFS SUMMAJtT. Minister Phelps is better The eruption of Mt. Etna is subsiding. The passenger lare from St. Paul to Chicago is $4.25. The democrats and greenbackers of Iowa will fuse this fall. A second vein of natural gas has been struck near Fargo. Rev. Sam Jones and Sam Small are both coming to St. Paul. Heavy hail and rain storm in Yellow­ stone valley Friday. A Peoria bank has lost $100,000 through a gambling book keeper. St. Paul and Minneapolis will celebrate Decoration day Monday. The blockade against Greece has been raised by the foreign dowers. Conservatives figure a majority of fifty one against the home rule bill. McGregor, Iowa, had a $50,000 fire Satur­ day. Twenty buildings destroyed. Snow to the depth of several inches fell in various parts of Vermont Friday. John Stephens, of Winnipeg, robbed his wife of $2,000 and left for ttie states. The czar and czarina were welcomed with great pomp at Moscow yesterday. The boiler shop of the National Iron work...

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. — 4 June 1886

mM fc SolOirt of the Senate Wrestli the Northero^Paeines-ua Forfeit 1 Gladstone Has Oppositio rr ranre Minneapolis Dakota SI Brief. :ni.u it« THE NEWS SENATE. NOBTHEBN.PACIFIC LAND FOBFEITUBE. The cnaTflaTdT)efo"retirelehafeMr.Wil" sons's.ijs|li(|iei' iff^idfjJesferMy^^i ing for investigation by the committee.on Indian affa^nto^ QH*&£4&. the ap­ pointments of Inaian-oaders by the com-, missions oMndiaaaflairsi After debate the was preferred to tha committee amvnK big. l^endi#gj he xyiBstion- which was fg: laymen ^he,' table .the amendment of Mr, Y^' .V^yc^iWWcb. amendment :'Tl Mr,. Hammond, of G«orgiai .moyed .to. strikp out t^tie proviso that in case- any man^^cturerpf o^marga)dne'Co.noneneed busin^ §ub»eciuaiit to, line. 30^h .of any? year^tfespecial,. shali. be ire^oneA-. front$i_i urst of July, and8hall be $500,. ..- Mi)iBu,t^rwQrth, of Ohio, favored mak­ ing olomargarine sail under, its true colors, but Uer\yas not.in favor of taxing, it-out of existence,. Tl^e house th...

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. — 4 June 1886

jf 4 m%'% Iff h*&*' mW W 1 vi I vi/^j /l^'.- -x -M ir i- ..-i.t^t I^Tf^os^jift By|^Hk!A^A©Hf8'ii4" LVr RUNNING OOWMiTHS QAMEV 1tAu In ji MatS-ftfoi-w %Viii ^ai^-a^ATi i.T^W *rtjflt-T wf r*i 1jp/leer rerouted to Kucwpe After It Ha* ^^»jen $J»pt ,»t: -»e**©o*D~rink»—The^ -It i* »eai to :pirohftit the h£i itf.thggwne- regi©nj(:«t thl« W.iiii&Other Wagdne^:-wlitt: IsSEt this' fifcce .ago tb llVe ite th«j :*irest, and who 4apn :his run tout visit oawsince tHan-v ^-^sTotr ha^s •pAtsfeol Apabiw: Indians' UVing in your deer woods prdbabitidamt dogs running deer wpuld^be of no use unless the Indians were also 'prohibited from run­ ning, tbefiir A '-dozen Ap&ch^: Indiana irtll 4pwi| rmora.deerinone seeteOathana fiW* ^ul4.:ln nva. Whan it comes to a matter .of h'wn endurance'11 think' an Apache hunter din g&» faints to any GattcaaiM tttat bJeattiei To tatte a aiity mile ran through woo us and 8wam{w, and ov^r hills and ^xocka after an deer is an- oMibary everV-day task for an 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. — 4 June 1886

Ill tiWW ?i-mmmp ^Ip '""*1 HtrB8mn™iT onemant &V- I A i?v m:F' M: 'H* v' & TO*' (feji- frttac. •£L MV H. JEWELL, \'&i&8S THE DAILYTBIBUHE, p: mcwnljW^M^Pt Monday,,ft Bi» marojc, JDaltota, te delivered by carrier to all porta of the oitr at 25 oente per week, or $1 per mouth. Dally throe months, postage: Dally six moDtha. postage, Dally one year, postage !':|ioo ,. THE WEEKLY TBIBUOTV* (g 10 00 ^^e^^^?ore^^dl?oeJUp'iblWi5'eTOry Criday, sodt postage paid, to any address, tor one t«» $2 jslx months, $1 three months, 75 oente. The Wjooa-T THIBUNX 1B the oldest pafter IN Horth Dakota and the,alm is mode to make It a perfect encyclopedia "of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is laiiste, both in the territory and the PI :S •_ REPOBTS from every portion of the ter •t TitoryBhow the oondition of crops to be ?&•&_ folly as good as last year at this time. States. The DAILT xaiBuin, Uke the weekly edition, containing die fall associated press dispatches, is a desirable s...

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. — 4 June 1886

p. §x tiP* fcit! [,U l(^».. & :. J1 rHer Subjects y&hi- GRIM VISAGED WAR Rises Like a Phantom From Dark-, ness aud Boldly Confronts ^Jk America. England "Despatches 40,000 troops to Nova Scotia to Protect •ra? gp Ajrainst a Possible Attack FromAmer iewi Fishing Smatoks Armed With Pap?tmsifn i-» •w Oleomargarine Bill Passeii—Commis sioner Sparks' Latest Order Recalled. SENATE. THE FIBHEBT TROUBLES DI8CUSSED. W-.-V WASHINGTON, June 8.—Speaking on the .^ petition of the city of Glocesfcer, Mass., praying for retaliation on the Canadian .government for the seizure of American 'i'r'K*' fishing vessels, Mr. Edmunds said that if, after the judiciary investigation by the v-i'C ^Canadian authorities, any of the vessels shod Id be condemned, and the United States were of the opinion that the con­ demnation was not just, we should not be hindered by any principle of public justice from inquiring into it. If we had any spirit left, as he thought we had, and any strength left, as he thou...

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. — 4 June 1886

HOEl AND MORE. i'tiT :.irkhd%t: i* o&ittiAiti&i™''*1* fJ 10 •i-'sC. TL^:''R I I, -I-- NJIL'PU.'.'R.T *v :•$"!r) The Pathflntters^^annoas a Suc ^s-fiPSts-tfSfiwpwA' and' Mte-sinj'i cellaneous. Ufi? .3", .iJsC Acquittod of Marder,^•.-.,,•? rto vi-i• T^he people offeismarck will be inter-: estedin the result of the trial, of ^andej Uridej'ttie /buti^-tofe of S(u3)ceganf'Hio£, who. wf»s arreted for murder while. at vrtfrk ifl''ih6: Athfenffidm for G^prge fieed and J, D,„Tf akeman, The, jeirpuqistanoes of the critne \^ere pHffted: at tbe.tipde of the.arrest, anc^ showed that Yanderlinde KB6& ttte'fi&nvhiit :i^'.a^99si^. the victim of his blow'"being..one who califfe hiW: hojise -ifand assaTilted him for an all«ged.insurt to a. woman. Van, detlirlde Bismarokers while liere. The. Muskegan .. c. in Tbis'tlian fiifeen. minutes the jury an- niXii '•V a itv.r^kal I'n diet (if .vjfot guilty'' was- announced by the foreinan Of the Jury the prisoner half rose from hisohMr "and evi...

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