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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 4 June 1886

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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. — 4 June 1886

rl* ^r -i#'. 1 I A '•'t I 1 it 1 11 III I It i1 CORSON 'EXONERATED. ^:'v One of tli« Most Interesting Cases fr" in the History of the City Finally Closed. Doctor Corson Having Been Tried for Ineendiarism is Now Acquitted. The Presbyterian Ministers Given a Royal Reception and Welcome. Snatched from Rain—Personal and Miscellaneous News Comments. 8t«rtliii( Developments. Never has this community been more forcibly shocked than it was Saturday morning by the arrest of Dr. Corson and Joseph Halsey for the attempt to burn the ——Sheridan house Friday morning. The fact that a physician of the acknowledged abil­ ity of Dr. Corson should even be suspected of so grave and unprovoked an offense would be sufficient to paralyze and dumb­ found his friends, but when it is made known that the doctor has been arrested on the charge, every citizen stands aghast and exclaims, "Can this be possible The arrests were made yesterday morn­ ing, and at lOo'olock the doctor was taken before Justice Hunt for...

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. — 11 June 1886

a VOL. 14. NCM N El I 1 CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. The Canadian parliament has adjourned. John Kelly's funeral will take place to­ day. The street car ended. strike in New York is Fire bugs are annoying the residents of Winnipeg. The report that Henry Ward Beecheris dead is a canard. The Alliance (Ohio) opera house col No one hurt. Russia and Persia have formed an alli­ ance against England. Another of Pasteur's patients died yes­ terday—a Roumanic farmer. Five persons were mysteriously mur­ dered near Coffey ville, Kansas. Maine democrats have nominated Col. Clark IS. Edwards for governor. Parliament will be dissolved about June 26th and another election held. It is said Dan Lamont now fears he will lose his influence with Cleveland. Four lives were lost by the caving in of Colonel Salter's mine in California. Representatives of seventeen Dakota lodges of the United Workmen met in Hu­ ron. The secretary of state has accepted the resignation of F. H. Winston, minister of Persia. The recei...

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. — 11 June 1886

IS WRAT IS SAID Jk.na H6ard on the Highways and oi the t/ity andWealthv Byways ot the City of Eflme News From the North is to the feet That the Railroad Work! ill jlA.il Accident it^thB ^orher, 1 and Main Streets Suggests Reform. Wong Chang Woon—Persoiiq| ^ajad Miscellaneous Gleanings. Trtfm the North. :)*S% Sanglingthrown otatoes over their shoulders and at their heels. It was a desper­ ate struggle, for I could hear them pant and pun, and just as I reached theAopof the hill they threw up their hands and told me to sit down until they could catch breatn enough to explain. 1 replaced my revolver in my hip pocket and sat down. The perspiring gentlemen informed me, as soon as they could speak, that while their action might seem a little strauge to me then, after the light of explanation was thrown upon it I would see that they were justified, It was then that I learned that they were out on some important railroad business that the chubby, red-faced man was M.H.Jewell, capitalist and ...

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. — 11 June 1886

A. V?. CP* & Cf i*? pAl IfSSWKgfo r- THE ANNUAL RECORD. Xts Kxormoiu Total and Wide Distribu­ tion—Caprice* of F6rtnne. A partial list of prizes above $1,000, paid by the Louisiana State Lottery company during the year ending May, 1886, together with the namee and addresses given the company by the holders, omitting those who have requested it. I Reoeipts forjthe amounts are on file at the offices pf the company. drawing op June ie, ism. .130,000 «, Francisco,6al —777 I'M!®® B. W. Tucker, San PranciBca, Cal 15«995 Mrs. J. T. Dwyer, Savannah, Ga 15,000 Abraham Leffler, Sav nnah, Ga. 15,000 Wm. F,May,New York 2,500 W. J. Robertson, Grandhury, Te* 2.000 I. Fitzgerald, Mound City, 111 2,000 Jolm Wynne, Detroit, Mich .. 2,000 National Exchange bank, Boston, Mass— 2,000 A. A. Korus, Cataeauqua, Penn.... ........ 2,000 C. F. Trube, City nttion&l bank, Ft. Worth, .. Tex... 2,000 DRAWING OF JULY 14, 1885. 15,000 15,000 C. L. Homer, Brookston, Tex J. F. Wales, Bridgeport, Conn ... 8. ...

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. — 11 June 1886

Vv*. & ft €, fff#^ JfrWi *t E£18W 'Wli Mi ss nyfsi0 St IV, |& •:f fc- BY ». H. JEWELL,. THE JAILY TBIBTJNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bto marok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte jot the city at 25 oe&ts per week, or $1 per month.. •V SUBSCRIPTION BATES: said. -i\ iy one moo.1 ...jly three monl Daily six mow t,a Daily one year, mtl v- Wtaatut TUBDMI! The WHETHER or not Dakota is divided may matter very little to many sensible people, but the rapidity with which the railroad excitement is o'ershadowing the division agitation in the central and southern portions of the territory is pleasing to all. FABGO ARGUS: Hon. Charles H. Price, the democratic silver tongued. orator of Hyde county, was in the city yesterday on his way totJjja, Masonic convocation at, Bismarck. It is'said Mr. Price was the ablest, most fluent and eloquent speaker of the Siottx Falls convention. m. $100 -v 18 HHE WEEKLY TBlfiUNlC. Bight pages, containing a summary of the news...

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. — 11 June 1886

fai"* 1 I m%4 Oakotans Who Literally -"Act On the Square," theGuests of the Capital Gity.-^'*^'1^ «.The Grand Chapter Meets Consid £f8 and. Elects and Installs -.i —:'aHs-swt«v- 1 In the Evening the Visiting Masons Received and Banqnettedvi: i-.' in Styles Speeches, Mnsie and Sociabilitj', Such as Make the Heart Glad Gay. [From Tciesday'a Daily.] The Masonic Visitors. Bismarck is now being favored .with the presence of as representative and intelli­ gent a body of gentlemen as ever congre­ gated in the territory, and aside from the dignified ^nd solemn duties for which they have assembled, it is expected that before disparting they will form the acquaintance of the people of Bismarck. There are sev­ enty-five delegates in the city now, and as many more are expected to arrive on to­ day's train from the east. A majority of the welcome visitors are stopping at the Sheridan, where Proprietor Bly and Mana­ ger Bushby are doing all in their power to make it pleasant and homelike for them...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 11 June 1886

•te Wf ¥'r: pi^ Wf'iM ~-X* £JWmt" v'TSwaV 'ft kf -V. hf •r- -frii. I it?. t: WLmim RESIGNS^ The Secretary of the Treasury, Broken Down in Health andif! .With the Present Tariff and Coin­ age Laws, Tenders His Res eh the President sider Until the October. "H3 1 J,. Lord Salisbury Ofcjects Blaine's Spares' Order With-|ip Speech drawn. SENATE. r,^ DIPLOMATIC APPROPRIATION BILL^ D. C~ june 4. The Wll coming up, Mr. Conger, discussing the MTi: A"WASHINGTON, &:<&>•' consular. and diplomatic -w ir. rt *V. &jj|pf •-o .- ., Fr&,. S-ttSS}- question of consularand diplomatic duties, said: "What our country most wanted at this time was live, bright, enterprising and intelligent men in all countries of the globe to Bee wliere American producers and manufacturers could find markets for our surplus products." He thought the du­ ties [of ministers resident and of consuls general should be separated.' Mr. Allison said the idea of having our consuls aid in the extension of Ameri...

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. — 11 June 1886

"fcKMSBW The Bill Repealing the Pre-Emption, Timber Culture and Desert ,J: Under Suspension of the Roles, Is Piissed by the House by *,. KS:? ... Thegpieomargarine Bill Referred to the Senate Committee On «0 •tm Ajrriculturef I'1 fl Governor Swineford Confirmed— Senator Kjenna Accepts a 1 Chairmanship. \e 1 A A ..•.••. THE OUCOMABGABINX: BILL COME8 UP. WASHINGTON, June 7.—Mr. MiHei* moved that the oleomargarlne bill be referred to the committee on agriculture. Other mem­ bers thought the bill should go to the fin­ ance committee. After considerable de­ bate, Mr. Millers motion was car'ried^-22 to 21. The consular and diplomatic appropria­ tion bill was then taken up and passed. This done, the senate proceeded with meas­ ures in their order upon the calendar. On reaching Mr. Platt'tf resolution, providing for open executive sessions, the words "objected to" were heard, so the resolution went over. Some debate arose on a bili re­ ported by Mr. Brown, from the committee on railroads, t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 11 June 1886

t( ?T- NEWS AND GOSSIP. and i&IlL of In- terest Gathered in the Put lie. For-y ..,,, The News as It is Found and Ar rang'ed by the Tribune" wr Gleaners. te!!i pf Frank Kleiner is Acquitted of the ||L|rv ^.Charge of .Robbery by Twelve'Peers. f, v—— Ostland Happy—Bathman Still Suf ferinff—Personal and Mis cellaneons. Woods Most Hang. At 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon Charles Woods, who wag convicted of tne murder of Interpreter Fleury, and whose case has excited so much attention, was called into court. He was given a seat beside his counsel, John C. Hollembaek, John E. Car land appearing for the United States. The scene was the most thrilling and sensa­ tional as well the most solemn and af­ fecting ever Witnessed in a court room in this city, because it was tho first time that a prisoner was ever sentenced to be hangecL Mr. Hollembaek moved for anew trial, but the motion was denied, and the motion for arrest of judgment was also denied. The court then said: "It now becomes my dut...

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. — 18 June 1886

VOL. 14. NO. 2 NEWS SUMMARY. Minnesota is sorely in need of rains. Parliament will be dissolved on the 21th inst •-!. The president's bride will bring bim, it is said, $100,000. A shock of an earthquake was felt at Sandy Hook, L. I.. The servant girls of St. Louis have joined the Knights of Labor. The Bank of England has reduced its dis­ count rate to 2)4 per cent The public printer's salary has been re­ duced from $4500 to $4,000. Tammany paid tribute to its dead chief­ tain, John-Kelly, last night Eugene Douglas at Dodge Center, Minn., died of sun stroke Monday. Three inches of rain in one hour fell at Valley City Saturday night. The First national bank of Helena has deposits amounting to $2,000,000. Cleveland's wedding present to his wife —a diamond necklace—cost $1,600. The pope has instructed the Irish bishops to obstain from political party strife. A son of the late Charles Dickens, the novelist died at Moline, 111., yesterday. Nels Hansen, a policeman injured in the Haymarket...

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. — 18 June 1886

IE *1 !Y-T 9 1 tad \l \S^J^«!A NATIONAL CONGRESS. £he Northern Pacific Land Bill Bobs TJp Jterenely and Bisp- pears Again. k^Mt t£i'i ,_ Senators Afraid tfr Pusf it fo a &Wf(V and, Will Therefore Talk t* it to Death, JThe Tariff Bill S%1f¥ For ^ill tie Called on.NflxtL|!L* Thursday. i!&4—LLy_— T^Silssn^el trover Desires the Public to Keep Away From Rim Almost ,• Entirely. SENATE. TEfE^N. p. FORFEITURE BlLIf? WASHINGTON, June 24.—The Northern Pacific forfeiture bill was again taken up. Mr. Milohell bffered kn amendment to ex­ clude from the forfeiture lands those co­ terminous with the completed portion of the Cascade branch. If the company could not complete the Cascade branch the farm­ ers and producers of thePacific northwest would have to remain at the mercy of the Oregon Railway and Navigation company. Mr. Hearst said that since the railroad company had taken all the good land and had used it, they should not be allowed to throw up the poor land and thus relieve themselv...

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. — 18 June 1886

IN A CANDLE FACTORYj AN INQUISITIVE REPORTER GIVES DETAILS OF WHAT HE SAW. —-lllpil iNatmc^t of Commercial Tallow— MoMlnf the Stearine—Treatment of Panfflii»—How Christmas Candles Are Made—Packing in IBoxes. f:r' [New York Mao and '",p'K" A reporter recently visited a large candle factory at Clifton, Statenisland. The noise •f the machinery fint attracted his atten* tian. Heavy picauoo with steam for motive power were at work on all aides. The re­ porter's attention was first called to the ordinary, dirty, yellow-toottng substance known as commercial tallow. This was taken oat of the hogsheads and thrown into tanks capable of holding from 3,000 to 4,000 pounds each. Lime was then added to the tallqw, and the. mass allowed to boil about eight hours. The quantity of lime'added is about 10 per cent. The lime takes up the oleic and stearic adds, and the mass forma a kind of lime soap, almost as hard as a rock. It is then transferred to anothei tank, where it is again boiled for three or...

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. — 18 June 1886

I a Ssji'd Vs i' V* $ 11 '"'i ®I» gijswiwfe Itifcuiw. afc*. -•:'r M? I &v Ms ?:Jt!V^-'V,-,. *. ,-: •&»:+ ..•: ••$ •. /ya BT M. H. JEWBLL. THB DAILY TBIBUNE, Published everymorning, except Monday, at Bis marok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all perta of tbe city at 35 oente per week, or $1 per month. SUBBOBIPTIOM BATES: ', Dally one mouth, postage paid, t'lOjj Dally ttoee months, poSage bald, 8 00 Dally six months, postage pwd, .. -j 5 Jfi Dally one year, postage paid. 10 00 mi iV J|THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE, Bi&t pagee, containing a summary of the new* of me week, both foreign ami local ^published $very niday, aent postage paid, to any aodieea. for one r^ar$2jjdx months, *1 three Unostha, 7.6 oeaU. TOB WXBOiT TBIBDIOC ia the oldeet paper in North Dakota and the.aim is made. to make it a perfect encyolopedia ofD&kota affairs. Its oirctu lationia large,poth in the territory and the States. The DAILY THIBTOX, like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press d...

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. — 18 June 1886

M* 'A to.^MORRISON'S, PET, gpM! s*. \f- The Tariff Bill, Shelved in the iW'v^HoiiM By a Handsome a#4 Majortty. Tf J"?5 .1? France Hoists Her Flair Over New 1 Territory, Which Enrages ."nf5, England. v.' V* A .Gladstone Jfakesa Triumphal March "to Scotland. For Election Purposes. .--'•i-W- l—: Serioni Railroad Accident in Penn sylvavnia—Another Cyclone' in Kansas. SENATE. A NUMBER OF BILLS PASSED. A large number of bills on the calendar were passed under the five-minute rale among them one appropriating $100,000 for a public building at Duluth a bill to authorize an improvement of the water power in the Mississippi river at Little Falls, Minn. a bill to promote the political progress and the commercial prosperity of the American nation. This is Frye's bill authorizing the president to invite on be­ half of the people of the United States del­ egates from Mexico, Central and South America to be at Washington October 1, 1887, to meet delegates on the part of the United States to consid...

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. — 18 June 1886

ls& |r & in* f, •"I '«'&{££• g'T0k If#"?'-. I .1 jajfciftK'A.? I "wji? r-* Ifti" 'Is&v \A& VJRH" it11 VOICE OF THE BLAST. '.fT' The Elements Speak for TMm&elves for the First Time on the Mis­ souri Slope. A Heavy Storm Passes Over This Section, But no Serious Dam ~1f: l£1S ®*e Sustained. fljs4 The Freaks of the Storni ard Nnmer ,^^-ons, and Scone of Them are Phenomenal. The Wet Moon —The Fair Agita tion—Personal and Miscella ''tW\ neons News. .In the Clouds. One of the most interesting showers in the history of the Missouri slope was that which passed over Friday afternoon,and its antics are worthy of recital. The reader most not jump at the conclusion that the Missouri slope has been visited by a cy­ clone, for the storm was not of a serious nature. It was simply interesting. The scene as the clouds moved up from (lie south was grand, and.as the aerial cargo of gloom moved near unto the city there was a general holding of breath and opening of mouths. The fi...

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. — 18 June 1886

IDENTIFIED BTHIS DBMS '•{•it flbW BARKfeEPER'8 DETECT tH^A TIONALITY OF THEIR CUSTOMERS' In This Country State Hii It# On Particular Style of Drink—Tricks of the Idquor Beuller1! Tndt—Xittunii [New York Mail and EzpreM.1 t,, "Brandy smash, sir? Yes, air," and an nptown bartender immediately began to shovel ice into a glass, and soon crashed the mint prior to completing the beverage. "From the south,' sir, I reckon," said the bartender, as the writer set down the empty "Why do yon ask?" said the reporter, Yankee fashion. "Well, yon see, we can generally fix the nationality of the visitor by his drink. Most Americans that drink go in for gin or' whisky cocktails in the morning., A French­ man takes claret Arid ice, or if lie is hard on it, some cognac or absinthe. A Dutchman or Prussian wants beer. Chinamen dont do much drinking, but lately the steward of this hotel tells me some of them have been strengthening their tea with brandy. They must drink a good deal of tea to judge by 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. — 18 June 1886

THE SONG That Our Fathers and Grandfath­ ers Sang, "What Is the News To-day The Same Old Son? Being Snng by the Teeming Millions of the Present Day. The First Boat Bnilt in Bismarck Leaves on Her Maiden Journey. The City Gonneil Meets and Galls a Special Bond Election Jnly Seventh. TheClty Council. A very interesting meeting of the city councilwasheidTbursday evening. Present, his honor Mayor Hunt, and Aldermen Williams, Bushby, Beal, Halloran, Mac donald, Bain, Bice and Mayouck. City Attorney Hull reported that it would be necessary to issue $24,000 in bonds to take up the outstanding city warrants. The bond question was discussed and it was ordered that a special election be held on Wednesday, July 7th, between the hours of 9 a.m. and* p. m., for the purpose of giving the voters an opportunity to express their wishes for or against. The polls shall be open in each of the wards. It was also ordered that the bonds should be issued in denominations of $100 and $500, to be called in a...

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. — 25 June 1886

VOL. 14. NO. 3 trews SUMMARY. Sir Charles & Trevelyan is dead. New Yore has a slight cholera scare. Another outbreak is brewing in Spain. Cleveland has an American opera asso­ ciation. Miss Grant has refused to marry Lord Cairnes. Signor Sucei has began a forty days' fast at Borne. Ex-Senator Davis, of Illinois, is thought to be dying. James A. Kirk, the famous Chicago soap man is dead. Mexican soldiers have been killing some more Indians. Prince Luitpold has been confirmed re­ gent of Bavaria. Carlisle's friends are booming him for the presidency. Commodore Kittson is very ill at his residence, St. Paul. Hon. L. A. Bruner. a prominent Ohio politician, is dead. A French bark and nine men were lost off New Foundland. Montana's indebtedness is §1,119,735, and Dakota's £6,118,200. The passenger rate between Chicago and Omaha now is 88 flat. The Bohemian convention will meet next in Cedar Bapids, Iowa, in 1891. Mrs. Kaine, of St. Louis, has been granted a divorce and $20,000 alimony...

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. — 25 June 1886

m, •M *y '•Skf-1 :j& Mhi :ipS: fe­ te &SK-/1 :Wf map "W-t W.4 Hi •ft NEWS AND GOSSIP. ieCityajf Schools of For the We! ,, Vacation. "c* trhe Bright Tmng^oll^[ A^ni Themselves 4| a Creditable®^ &fm f,iCalier, B" VTto ft Seatleman From Montana on the This biosill^ e'w?ili«» Room No. 3—Miss Fannie Miller, teacher. Cards of honor were awarded to Birdie Lambert, Hattie Eppinger and Willie Flynn, and a badge of honor to Miss Birdie Lanibertthe diplomas going to George .Woods, Willie Flvnn, Hattie Eppinger, -Edna Hanscom and Birdie Lambert. Room No. 4—Miss L. G. Ross, teacher. Diplomas to Misses Frances Lambert, Rachel Foley, Bessie Miller, Aldyth Ward, Masters Eddie Frances and Arthur Linn. Cards of honor—Misses Frances Lambert, Aldyth Ward, Jennie Macnider, Florance Macnider and Master Carl Weaver. Room No. 6—Miss Scott, teacher. Cards vof honor to Misses Edna Falconer, Maude Robinson, Fannie Ross and Master Freddie Glitschka diplomas to Edna Falconer, Fannie Dunn and Maude R...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
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