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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

|r?r If' iW« ?*r 1 liMWWWttW •WOMAN AID HOME. IS THE ROCK OF SHIPWRECK ON Whit!*! _v, MANY MARRIAGES SPUT jf&^? '|§g| Babies the Salt of the Earth—Mra. Fnmk Islle—A literary ?«rartshiijp —Riches Which' g|t Va«uy- Note*, Items, Paragraphs. **iii The popular Idea has long prevailed that the first year of married life is apt to be tb» most beeet with rocks and shoals, and that couples -who get through this probation suc­ cessfully are prettysure to cleave to one an­ other for the rest of the journey. Alas, how futile a priori theories axe, how apt to come to grief when they run bolt against statis­ tics 1 Bo far from the tabulated columns of domestic infelicities showing that the first year of married life is ever the squally sea­ son, they prove overwhelmingly that only about the tenth year does the regular line storm come, and the shore get strewn with marital wrecks. Surely a little reflection ought to have convinced any thoughtful"""» of the probability of this, without rfesort...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 9 July 1886

BURNISHED ^$Were the Clouds rs^p SOT: SifczUng From the West Ca­ ressed Them. I'^Dhe Bain Drops Fell Like Pearly ^, Balm.as the Anxions Yeomen Blessed Them.^V «I 5" The News Comes in With the Barn-, ing- Blasts and Falls in the lr^ City Council—Gleason Sonfceneed fersonal and Miscellaneous Notes. The City Council. Council met Wednesday evening.. Pres­ ent, his honor Mayor Hunt, Aldermen Bain, Bushby, Beal. Halloran, Macdonald, Mayouck, Williams and Rice. SILL3 AULOW^D. O, H. Betl, .....| *8 38 F. J. Calef, ^reesfiie hats, 3 68 r? BigHanauer 4 Ooi.'rubberooate.../.. 68 18 E. H. Bly, steam, May and Jane 60 00 v. F. J. Mason, stationery 5 10 :J. W. Parker, merchandise 8 95 John Mallanny, rent city offices 70 00, Frank Scott.. ,. 7500, Thos. O'Hem. 65 00 John Blomhoof, June..., 67 50 Owen FMes-r:?:::. ~'.v:r.v::..T:r..:..:85 off Edward Sloan 75 00 L. W. Sloan, police ..:.. ,li 75 00 L.S. Ayers /. 75 00 Edward Barrett .... 75 00 L. K. Hull, May 28th tb Jtae28th.. 40 00 Fatriok Byrne, wor...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 July 1886

wc .CS, S%£ *r*X VOL. 14. JVO.6 i' 8BSR, „$ LIGHTS AND SHADOWS. THE Chicago News asks: *'May a marry his grandmother?" So far as we are concerned the ceremony may proceed. No objection here. THE young man vrho in a tragio 'mood quoted Miln's Richelieu to his fair, plump darling by exclaiming, "Around her awful form I draw the solemn circle," is now wondering what struck him. A WIDOWKB and widow from the northern ior tion of the county were married in this city last week, and strange to say they exhibited as little alarm as thongh they were perfectly ignorant of the consequences. THE New York Journal imparts the startling information that "there is a weed called the milk­ weed which oan be got in the country." Why not cultivate this weed instead of chalk? Or is it given the name simply because it lives on water? "THE girl who kisses her hand to her friends from the deck of an outgoing ocean steamer in variably breaks one dude's heart at least," says an exchange. Yes, that's so, and w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 16 July 1886

mm vpSj*-jj •V'ft'-.V-' gPW •m mm |f®fe 'Wm its fV' Jfe A. liM '•fcK IS h. 5 w, I' W 'U 1 /, -. it a* W- lv fee- Washington, rap The Senate Goes Into Executive Ses­ sion and Orders the Public ,. to Vamoose. t„ Solicitor General Goode's Nomination Taken Up and Alter a Long Debate Rejected. The Representatives Discnss With Energry the President's 1$it» ftlllSl. sion Vetoes. r'A^% Why the Russian Port was Closed Gladstone Speaks—Chicago Wins Again. SENATE. THE REPORTERS EXCLUDED. WASHINGTON, July 9.—The senate went into executive session. Immediately after the doors were closed an order was made upon motion of Senator Ingalls that the public should be excluded from the upper .corridors, lobbies and committee rooms, which order was carried tnto effect at once. This resulted in closing the offices of the associated press, the Western Union and the Baltimore & Ohio telegraph companies, and the ejectment of all reporters from their quarters. An adverse report upon the the nomina­ tion ...

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. — 16 July 1886

NORWEGIAN WHALE HUNT #K^y: T^CLTEMENT OF A CRTASE AFTER XHE MONSTERS OF THE SEA. -fr •ti ''Is' r" In the Middle of Flock of Giants of the Sea—An Enormoni Blue Whale— "Full Speed Ahead I"—A" Shot at the Game—A Widowed Whale. U'W Viv. ~. vc i' ant in the middle of a flock of giants of the sea. The enormous brown and blue bodies rise out of the sea the back is bent upward, it looks like the bottom of a cap Bile ship: it disaoDears: but the sea be c«mes almost calm when the whale went down, and several minutes elapse before the Waves are able to conquer the calin. From time to time desp-dull snorts are heard, thundering and trembling, as if th deepest strings of a dozen doable-basses were being played down below anl at others, a sharp swishing sound, like an enormous fountain suddenly set to play, and a column of crystal spray asiends some thirty feet into the air. The gigantic, gliitenin^ body ap­ pears on tha surface the back is bent up­ ward a second, and it again disappears. It look...

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 July 1886

.5 TOesBtemawfe Itibtttw. -I BY WMJk 4f' THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, exoept Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by oartier to all parts tf the city at35 oeata perWeek,or«1per mratfc. BUBSCBIPTION BAXES: Osilyone month, postage paid. $ 1 00 Daily ttuwemontu, postage pua, 100 Dally «ix months, postage paid, 5 00 iMily one year, postage paid. 10 00 THE WEEKLY TBIBUSE, a summary of the news of oth foreign and looal published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one «ar $2 six months, II three month*, 75 cents. The WEBDiY Twams is the oldest paper In North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a "la of Dakota affaire. Itsoirco in the territory and the States. A Mellette A Stoyeil Jewell SfNelson S Oliver A W Edwards A Munro BUNK, like the weekly edition, I the fall assooiated press dispatches. Is advertising medium through whioh to I nothwestern towns and military posts found on file at Lord & Thomas, ad­ vertising agents, Chicago, and at readi...

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 July 1886

A REVOLUTION.. The State of Tamaalipas in Open Revolt Against the Mexican Government. The Revolutionary Troops Are Well Armed and a Conflict Will Soon Occur. The Senate Committee on the Payne Bribery Case Make an Ex­ tended Report. The Western Railroad War Comes to a Close and Rates Are Again Advanced. SENATE. INVESTIGATING THE PAYNE CASE. WASHINGTON, July 15.—Three reports from the senate privilege and elections committee, upon the Payne case, were sub­ mitted- to the senate to-day. 'The first one is signed by the four democratic members of the committee, and the second by Messrs. Teller, Evarts and Logan. These two re­ ports agree in recommending that the com­ mittee be discharged from tjie further con­ sideration of the subject The third report recommends an investigation by the senate, and is signed by Messrs. Hoar and Frye. Before the memorials referred to were pre­ sented there had been before the senate, for its information, evidence taken by the committee of the house of rep...

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 July 1886

-3 •J#* FLUTTERING WINGS And LanffQid Birds of Gossip Brio# Through the Burning Suu the Strasrg-Hnir News. (barge C. Miln Scores a Wonderful Success in the Bole of Car­ dinal Richelieu. Crop Reports are Brightening and Specimens of Wheat Better Than Expected. The Minstrels Freak of Electric­ ity—Personal* and Miscella­ neous Notes. A Talk With the Coming Man. ©eorge C. Miln is the "coming man" in legitimate drama. While the other Ameri­ can tragedians who have risen to promi­ nence have passed the meridian of their fame, Mr. Miln has been on the stage just four years,and is but 86 years of age. He is blessed with a constitution of iron, a brain of delicate fibre and remarkable activity, and an ambition which, though persistent and exalted, exhibits that obedience and subordination to conscience which insures ultimate and lasting success. A representative of the TRIBUNE called «n Mr. Miln Sunday afternoon, and the fol­ lowing. fragments of a conversation in which the-eminent tragedia...

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 July 1886

i: 4 4'' -A Now, look at Toll*. the south With its ngro labor. Except in Texas there are 00 strikes here, nor are there likely to ba When yon study the negro and see how cheaply he can lire, you can understand why. With ope day's work he can get a whole week's rations, viz.: One pound of corn meal, three pounds of bauon and a quart of mo­ lasses, costing in all 65 cents cash. If he raises sweet potatoes on a little patch of grouud the size of a city lot, the luscious Georgia yam makes his menu sumptuous. If he now and than "pi ks up" he never "steals") a chicken, or some eggs, no Kinsley diner enjoys his repast a ad to all thiB he aids a 8'rub cow, costing $8, his fare is simply prin.-ely. If he marries (there are positively no old tcaida'among the blacks), the woman takes in- washing, goes out scrubbing, etc., and more than earns her own living, so that the pi kanin nies can go to the colored s:hool, if there is one .near them. If he does not like to Work by the day, it does not ta...

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 July 1886

~'mk I I $ is |C' I I "P kf. If mI fp 'fe •:fe iStr AND -THEY COME Jfhe Winds of the Morning Gome .Stealthily in, Whi8^ri|j^ I# Soft'and Sweet/ .J™® fetll Bringing Evidence That Several Railroads Will Reach Bis- pg marck this Yean, _____ 3'V The Manuer in Which the Glorious ^Fpurth was Celebrated in 1® Pill the Territory, frf* m- fri t* n*r «. b.iK vv-' The Seventeenth Regiment Departs— Will Woods Hang-? cellaneous. -Mis- Ttoe Way to Celebrate. The reports of the Fourth of July cele­ brations throughout the country are now coming and judging from the accounts which the rural press contain, the genuine old spirit of Independence is still alive. For instance the Bottineau Pioneer in speaking of the celebration at Dunseith ex­ presses the following patriotic sentiment: Mrs. W. S. Bickham's red, white and blue candy stand under a cranberry bush was washed oat by the rain, bat the candy was all disposed of to the crowd in town, with tne assistance of Hiss Rosa Juneau and Mr. I. Vaillaino...

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 July 1886

LIOHTS AND SHADOWS. A SPLENDID OKOP. "You don't seem to be very badly discortaged," raid a member of the Chicago board of trade to a Bismarck citizen who was visiting the speculator of the garden city. "I was of the opinion that when I met you yon would be down-hearted and morose over the failure of the "crops. By the way, how is the crop in your locality?" "Best in the worldP' exclaimed the happy Bis marcker. "Gonldn't be better! Beyond all ex­ pectations!" "That's surprising. We've been told here that wheat was a failure in Dakota this year." "Oh, oh! you refer to wheat. The fact is, there isn't much wheat,but we've got the finest crop of railroads ever grown on earth. Yes sir, the finest on earth and I must hurry back, for I've just learned that they've discovered two more roads to the acre since I left home. The laBt time I saw my farm the surveyors were planting at least three roads to the acre, and I had to move my house over onto the ranks of the creek to keep 'em from runnin...

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 July 1886

I pf- W4 »h%.f §|r iSp pN i- 1Mi. :lMLs W&' iSSafc Ife i® CONGRESSIONAL® The WI :v, Phe Senate After Reducing the Ap­ propriations Pass the River and Harbor £Ui^:9Mp' SSm-Efr. .• Naval Appropriations Bill Also Passed as Reported the Oommit|e^. if A^The Secretary of the Navy Has De- to Si .50? He House in Wrestling With the President's Vetoes Succeed in Passing One. tided to Construct Two, New Cruisers. SENATE., THE RIVER AND HARBOR BILL PASSED. WASHINGTON July 16.—The house bill .increasing the pension of John Ryan and the senate bill granting a pension to James Nyes were taken up and passed. The lat ter bill was described by Mr. Cockrell as a 'mere act of charity to a colored preacher. The senate then resumed the considera­ tion of the river and harbor bill. The reading of the amended bill—with the original amounts reduced 25 per cent was then proceeded with. Mr. Pugh gave notice that on Tuesday next he would call up the report of the committee on. privileges and elections on t...

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 July 1886

if 1 & 1 I n*r* 4 Wr «vf 'PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE. PORTRAIT AND SKETCH OF THE CHIEF SOUTHERN POET. ,, His Four-Koomed Cottage Amonf the Sweet Smelling O«oi(l« Pines Hli Picturesquely Adorned Study Th« Poet and Hla Books. A feeling of regret and sadne3s filled the hearts of those who read recently that Pan! XL Hayne, the southern poet, had been sud­ denly attacked with blood clot cn the brain and died next day. Mr. H&yne has long been almost an invalid. Be has had slight hemorrhages from the langs for years. It is only the watchful care of a lovely and lov­ ing wife that has kept him able to do any literary work at all. The whole country will share in the regret at the announcement of Mr. Hayne's death. Gradually he was becoming more and more favorably known as a poet, and hi) literary contributions were more and more frequent in the best periodicals of the country. PJUI Hayne's bistory is rather romantic He comes of a South Carolina family oi long descent. His uncle it was, Col....

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 July 1886

She §iswawfe BT M, H. MWM. A"£ 1 THE pAILY TBIBUNE, Published every morning, exoept Monday, at Bla o-nwlr, Dakota, ia delivered by carrier to all rata S»the city at 35 cents per week, orflper motfh. v' SUBSOBIPTiOH BAT*B: ^$100 one monU_.,—, three months. iMMtan uii six months, postage odd, one year, postage paid, 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, 1ffflVr~(T~ oontalaiog a summary of the news of V^KwS^thfo^ffiiid local -.published every $ra»Hdajr, wnt poetagepaldLto any aadreee, tor one t»wr six months, |1 three months, 75 oente. fonnCLT TMbuot is .the oldest paper in 'Notth Sakota and the aim la made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Its oirou totkm ia large. Doth in the territory and the He DAILT TBIBUNX .'i -Band 8 .Sanson 5 Hn«hes... 6 Hutchinson 10 Hyde 8 .'JeiBuld 4 Udder 3 Statee. Ibe DAILT TaiBDm, like the -weekly edition, '^containing the toll assooiated press dispatches, ia a desiiwue advertising medium through which to iiwh all nothwestem towns and military poet...

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 July 1886

L'Jk! t«5 Si S 4 ••,•.$*•••••. A 1 ttt if THE PAYNE CASE. $ JnSfo®1** fen MakT^ a fery A'bte teS^^ss^sjiAppeal For An Investi--*^,, fjkftwT «fttion of the JlL'- ¥?#j u.,v Charter of Bribery anfl Corruption freferi-eit Against His Colleague. m^ The Oleomargarine Billis Placed at the Foot of the House Calendar, ,,'C a'/ *?i\iAnd it is Doubtful it the Measure TV'W: -»•,. I •t, Will be Acted Upon During iMThis Session. SENATE? SHERMAN ON THE. PAYNE CASE. WASHINGTON, July 22.—The senate re­ sumed the consideration of the Payne case and Mr. Teller concluded his remarks com­ menced yesterday. Mr. Sherman pro­ ceeded to address the senate, Mr. Sewell occupying the chair. He rose, he .said, to perform the most disagreeable duty of his life. During all the time he had been In this body he had never had occasion to bring before the senate politics of Ohio as distinguished from national politic?. In performing what he regarded a public duty to the people of Ohio, and particularly to the republi...

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 July 1886

1' *. 1 V&'yMih WM: m:^ §§fe GILDED DAYS Of S®. ^W\ Beauteous Snmmer^onllb to Brighten Life and Cheer the Heart of Man. July Toddling Along: Toward the Pit. gH_°f the fast and Leaving- Her Record Behind. Kf ,, ,§|:)An Aged Lover of Mandan Gomes to the Capital to Fight Over a jjjfr ,v Baby Carrige. & Good Railroad News—Nearly Drown- ed—Personal and Miscel­ laneous Gossip.' Bell's Nine Victorious. The game of base ball played'Saturday flfe^ afternoon between the nine organized by fet.-..' W. B. Bell and the regular nine, known as %f 'fX No. 1 Hard, was the first real sporting »\j event of the season, and it was gratifying If to see the interest taken in the game. No community should fail to support legiti ib* mate and harmless sports, for they give a spirit of rejuvenation and vigor to the par­ ticipants as well as the spectators. The ball playing yesterday evening was very creditable with the exceptioh of two innings, and when you take into consider­ ation the fact that even ...

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 July 1886

*£, THE "i" S .iff JU» LAWS. ffjfill to Bepeal tie 'j-y the Senate But CN,'» *. Laws Bolts tJtf Seren£y in the Honse, And in the Discussion Over It Dele Takes Gilford iff '-"•vHand. a 1 The Oleomargarine Bill Occupies the Undivided Attention of the ,Senate. V, 2 "*'3 SENATE. IMITATION BUTTER BILI.. WASHiNGTon, July J.9.—The senate took op the oleomargarine bill. Mr. Vance pro­ ceeded to argue against it. He said the re­ publican senators knew the bill was an outrage, but "Butler like "conscience makes cow-herds (cowards) of us all." (Laughter.)' It was the necessity of grease to carry New York, two yeais from now that made cowherds of them all. Mr. Butler offered an amendment ex­ tending the principle of the bill to wines and liquors. Mr. Gray addressed the senate in op­ position to the bill. Mr. Harris also opposed the bill on the ground that the only power congress had to pass the bill was its power to levy taxes for revenue. The question was then taken on Harris1 amendment and wa...

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 July 1886

asm AfliP&. ww! P'&l- £?&v ,1 I::.?: St®'- CITY BATHERS, Local Legislators Meet and Discnss Many Very Impor­ tant Sntgects. Alderman Bushby Creates a tion by Im pgr Into the fejE .'• ©&r' Legality of -'.rfr C. N. Hunt's Election as City Justice Jfe Xlie City Attorney Decides N That That aMTY, ?H^ Pi cer isnonia be Appointed and That Legally Joseph Hare Still Holds the Office. The City Council. At the city council meeting Wednesday there were present, his honor Mayor Hunt, Aldermen Bain, Bushby, Beal, Mac donald, Mayouck, Williams and Kice. The first question brought before the council was that of the purchase of a team for the use of the fire department. Mr. Wesley Burgess submitted a 'propo­ sition to sell the Mayouck team (which he stated be had purchased) for $850 cash. Mr. Williams then announced that Mr. Higgins would sell his large gray team for $150 cash, and moved that the team be purr chased. This motion was seconded and carried by the following vote: Ayes—W...

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 July 1886

*W&* *r* 4" 1 ,* A?,P».mH' j, -n* i^1- THE WEATHER, SXQKAX.OrrtOK, BxaiiuBc*.Jnly 29. Tdegwphio observations taken at the same moment of time at all stations, 9 p. m., local standard time. STATIONS. Ther. Wind. Weathei. Bnfoil?^. ........ Helena 61 BE Clear Bnfoil?^. ........ 72 8 Fair Helena 02 N Cloudy 77 NE Cloudy Assinaboine. 66 8 Fair DAILY IiOO&1< JTRAKS. Ma-rimnm thermometer, 73 minimom ther­ mometer, 59 mean thermometer, 62 rainfall, .17 inch. LIGHTS AND SHADOWS. BAH Joins says he would rather play "Beven-np for $10 a game than deal in attires."—Exchange. That Till do for Sam to say, bat yon will ob­ serve that be keeps right on dealing in futures at aboat $200 a night. MB. INGALUU recently introduced a bill to purify the society of Washington and the Dis­ trict of Colombia. We have not seen a text of the bill, bat suppose, of course, that it provides for the removal of the national capital. THK Yankton papers announce that a num­ ber of drinking fountains are to ...

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 July 1886

QUIET IN CONGRESS. :S\_ 1 There Will Be No Further Investig-a tiou by Congress (nto the, Case• of Senator Payne: The Anarchists Trial Goes On—Spies Says fte is Not the Dangerous Van He is Depicted. Horrible Outrage by a Kentucky School Teacher—He Narrowly Escapes Lynching-. The Dead Body of a Minneapolis Man Found—Assaulting-* a Half Breed Girl—in Brief. SENATE. VOTE ON THE PAYNE CASE. The vote in the senate to-day on the res­ olution of Messrs. Hoar and Frye for fur­ ther investigation of the Payne case re­ sulted: Yeas, 17 nays, 44. The resolution of the majority, that there should be no further investigation, was adopted. Teas, 44 nays, 17—the former vote reversed. There was slight applause when the result was announced. HOUSE. A SESSION FOB BUILDING BILLS. Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, from the com­ mittee on rules, reported a resolution or­ dering a session for to-morrow, for the consideration of public building bills. The other business of any importance in the house to-day was i...

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