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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 13 August 1886

•GLIMPSES OF CHICAGO. «"i\. -^5 I i'J 7 •i6Te§ SY A NEW YORKER AFTER ^WENTY-FOUR HOURS THERE. Be Says the Streets AM the Shabbloit and Filthiest Be Ever Saw, but Oirea Much PralM to the Cable Cars, Parka, nod Drives, The New York Ban print* report of a New Fork man's first experience of Chicaga The Sew Yorker bad a German friend tor company. The following parts of The Sun's article are interesting: Chicago's streets Me t&s shabbiest and llthiest the Sew Ywker ever saw, and he Is tdle&b.y wul acquainted and at home in every' American and Canadian eityeast of the Queen of the "West Clark street, Ran­ dolph street, AdamsahdVan Bnren streets, Wabash avennue, and, in fact, all the streete they saw, or. walked on, except State street, were full of ruts andb«des: and Stats street needed cleaning to a degroe thai would have made Capt Williams cry and the heartof Mr. Coleiran -ach& Acci­ dentia the reporter learned the reason for this. "Chicago builds each year more than she can ...

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. — 13 August 1886

.hi* mmM SIGHTS fPSSlp mwMi- mm V.SI so* IS'v. £. 111 AND ktrCatt Th$ al a week be! ment. 8. Col. and Penned ^Chronic­ lers While ^Sti?oHing'/i^bJiit^.!, tfcfe City. Governor Pierce Calls a Territorial Militia Encampment at •Mm Aberdeen. ?v Wm lit Major W. Anff. Fonda Says He is a ^Socialist and DefendSju^i the Order P-VtlHii,: *V W Important Discovery of Indian Relics —Personal and Miscel laneous., Territorial Militia Encampment Gov. Pierce issued the following order lor a military encampment Tuesday, There has been a movement toward vol­ untary gatherings of the militia, both in North and South Dakota. While such gatherings place the territory under no •obligations, it is scarcely just to ask the mep, to piy their owh transportation amd ifttiMhdjth^m without asking reijbnb&rse 9«qt fjromlthe legislature, and ifafilAim is to be made at all the governor thinks it much better to make it for a muster held in strict compliance with the la\?, and as the railroads propose to cs^rry t...

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. — 20 August 1886

VOL. 14. NO.ll LIGHTS AND SHADOWS. EDITOR CUTTIHG says that if he is released he will take the lectors field! That settles it. Mex ioo can now have her own way in this matter, and we don't know bat she has been altogether too lenient to meet the ends of justice. A NEWSPAPER paying a compliment to a knight of the faber, recently said: "His eepecial forte is in pleasant paragraphs on persons and things." This means, of conrse, that he writes of persons as well as of that which fails to pay its subscription. THE reward of female talent and fame: Boee Elizabeth Cleveland has edited Chicago Literary life three weeks and it has suspended publica­ tion. Miss Rose need never want for a situation now. We havo an enemy in the business and will pay her a fabulous salary any day she wants to goto work on his paper. HE WAS a gay Montana man, right tgom the month of the gulch. He slapped his hand on his 44 calibre, ooeked his sombrero on the back of his head and asked to be introduced to some of ...

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. — 20 August 1886

•M- ft SATURDAY'S DOpjftS. "." JV •'$&* The Happenings of a Day as Gleaned by the Tribnne'i Corps W*M J3%e Fires in Sorife. Portions of '0i Subdue® by |p consin Bei ^.He%' Mexico's Sttng&er Sends, to Vasjjijuij* ton tite* Legal A in'^ the Cnttin? Case, C- Elevator Accident—Washington Matters—Miscellane-' ous Mention. WASHINGTON. INTEBE8TING GOSSIP FBOM THE CAPITAL. WASHINGTON, Aug. 14.—The president is nsimg his best efforts towards clearing up the work on his desk so as to be able to leave Washington early next week for a holiday in the Adirondack mountains. He proposes to get away as soon as possible and will leave on Monday if his affairs per­ mit. It is said that the president will ap­ point a new public printer and district judges for California, Alabama and North Carolina before his departure. It is understood that the mission of Gen. Sedgwick to Faso del Norte and Chihua­ hua is not in any sense of a diplomatic nature, but is undertaken at the request of the secretary...

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. — 20 August 1886

fmM £~^T'*yt */l 1 1 Vt if .• S I I OPa.TKBASURES. Jf & "IMd," 1ttH, tfknrifc tboxight stritaa ta9." '."/' .... •To swear titanud MmSdi$t Better «£, b! roan vre should quarrel bafore the week CT^TOt" [•y "Dont be friTtdnn. Wtfre sot playing 'Bos :&bdCoz.V Thisttaariovii Whatdo you say to taking a houmP "A what!" ahooMI Tidd, as it 1 hod sag gcsted onr taUng a nflwaj station. "A house—a hoaw of onr own,-where land­ ladies would cease from troubling cud the sold meat-be at rest have done, onco for ell, ilia these abominable tarnished apartment* What say you?" He didn't say anything, but looked at me ia speechless amazement. The idea was too large for him to take in all at once. I saw that he would have to swallow it gradually, as the hoa constrictor does his prey. I proceeded to lubricate it for him. "Why shouldn't we? We've stood the in­ conveniences and' the extortions of lodgings long enough. Why shouldn't we rent a house for ourselves! We can afford it indeed, in the long ...

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. — 20 August 1886

W£ wkv& &* rfc s^t-' *'Sr BY Jt. H. JEWELI^ THE DAILY TBIBTJNE, §07 IPnhllBhedeTerj- morning, except Monday, at Bis aunk, Dakota, is dalifered by oarrler to all Dar' •f the city at 25 oenta per weak, or Daily one maul Daily tbrse monl Daily six months, postage Daily one year, postage paii -10 00 TOT WEEKLY TRIBUNE. the^S^f^&foreign AUu.twtpostagepaid, toany addroes, tor one near ia^six-months, 91 threemonths, 76 oenta,, The wmu TatBOar* jg the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim ismade to man It a perfect encyclopedia of Duota affairs. Its cirou* lation is largo, both in the territory and the States. The DAWK TBIBUNK, like the •weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatches, is a dedruue advertising medinm throngh whioh to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. The DAIXY TRIBUNE will be fonnd on file at the GxanA Paoific hotel, and Lord A Thomas, ad­ vertising agents, Chicago, and at reading, rooms and news depots...

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. — 20 August 1886

"Hp-, *1 4 PER GENT. AGAIN, Talk With Many of Bismarck's Prominent Citizens Regard insr the New Law. A Good Law and No More Expenses Until Debt is Reduced to the Required Limit. f, What They Say, The "4 per cent." territorial bill which passed congress recently presents so many apparently intricate questions that it has oeen a quite general topic of conversation for several days. The fact that so many municipal governments, in Dakota at least, had contracted debts very much in excess of the limit previous to the legislation, and that the law provides that all obligations in excess of the fixed amount shall be void, made the question as to how the govern­ ments are to be maintained while their treasuries are empty quite dilemmatic. A representative of the TRIBUNE, wishing to present to the readers the result of the study of some, of the prominent men of the city as to the propriety of "the law aind its effect on the usual current expenses of the government went the rounds and found t...

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. — 20 August 1886

ifMWfy $&:•• !&• sfT %r r, lr' v«v Wkm Delay, for the Wagon of i^ ^'The Republicans of the Legislative fcX-'i•*'• District Meet in Commits, ^V\ :,• tee Boom. :^vS jjfc^ A Passenger, While Intoiiciited, Nar S&,. 'J,'i~ rowly Escapes Being Crushed lf 'M ,» by the Cars. •... /.^^S-i:The Ball 'at the Armory Colonel Donan on Politics—Personal and General. I*** «.U ». I i* 1 lv 3 GET ABOARD, •me ltonsr, Little Children "Don't for the Wag* Time is Coming. Republicans Marshallne. The political factions are marshaling their forces and Friday the central com­ mittee of the 23d legislative district, coin prising the organized counties of Burleigh, Billings, Emmons, Kidder, Morton, Mc­ Lean, Mercer, Oliver, Stark and Ward, met at the court house and was called to order by J. F. Wallace, chairman. E. T. Herrick, of Emmons county, was elected secretary. The meeting was one of harmony, and with the exchange of opinions there was very little clashing, "victory" being the war cry and "go...

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. — 20 August 1886

4 Thejitarber^ y» Snkftttitfl PhUan1 plit and Apostle of jbb«Uiie»»-Noii« But tlie ^bu«d Can TtfSn the Fair. Coaling arid Dfeln^k It used to be Chei fasMon ^6 laugh at bar­ bers, because .the barfoerVehop Tfas the center of the village ^gossapL' Tl^tiarbec beard every­ body's business arelifnpi\rteditto everybody else, or got thp reputation at It is the barber's rather than nature's touch that makes the whole world kin. Shaving was sometimes the emblem of mourning among the ancients at other times, the neg­ lect of it was a sign of grief. Plutarch tells as in his lives that when the Macedonians in­ vaded Grecee it was found that the soldiers' long beards gave a fine purchase to the enemy, and hence, perhaps, the "clean shave" which afterward became the fashion at Athens. St. Paul "shaved his head at Cenchrea, for he had a vow." In oriental countries, as in China, the shav­ ing of the whole or part of the head is the function of the barber but in Christendom the first barbers were 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. — 20 August 1886

,3:- V/' ,fe i:v. 8 v, VV, Hi '.V •:& GONE TO THE LIMIT. v^nd Mercer Counties. mm&s ..... ... .. Warrants Issued in Excess ot 4 nt. and Since July 31st, Are Void. A Small Blaze. An alarm of fire was turned in from the Third ward Tuesday morning about 11 o'clock, and betore the lire department could get a stream on the building, the barn belonging to Bagagemaster Alex/Mills was completely enveloped in flames. It was a total loss—$800—and uninsured. About one hundred bushels of oats were burned and a pony had a narrow escape. Boys were playing in the loft a few mo­ ment- before the fire and it is presumed a match was carelessly dropped. The Ladies' National Game. The young ladies of the lower part of •the city, whose base ball playing was re­ ported in the TRIBUNE of July 80th, con­ tinue almost daily practice. Almost any evening the traveling public passing the vicinity of Prof. AmosBobidou's residence witness their sport. It is reported that a regular nine has beefc organize...

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. — 27 August 1886

VOL. 14. NO. 1*2 NEWS SUMMARY. Parnell's brother, in Alabama, has a large peach plantation. Ther earrived in the United States dur-. ing July 81,348 immigrants. The damage by the storm at Galveston will aggregate over $500,000. General Booth, of the Salvation army, is coming to America in October. Mrs. Scott, of Waco, Tex., 90 yeats old, eloped with a youngster of 45. Earl Dufferin, viceroy of India, is quietly preparing for a fight with Russia. The president and his party are at the Prospect house in the Adirondacks. The largest hotel in the world, at Rocka way Beach, stands vacant this season. The Parnellites are pursuing the policy of obstruction in the British house of com­ mons. The condemned Chicago anarchists re­ fused Sunday to participate in religious services. The liberal unionists disapprove of the Irish land policy as outlined by Lord Churchill. Geo. C. Ingham, who assisted Grinnell in the trial of the anarchists, received $50 a day for his services. Two boys, playing wi...

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. — 27 August 1886

fe & I r* S r,* is .V I',* yhi ANARCHISTS TO HANG. Yerdict Against Spies, Parsons, Liners:, Fi9cher, Fielden ,Engel, Schwab and Neebe. l5S "-'i$ Neebe Gets Fifteen Years, and tlie Other Seven: are Sentenced --'It ts Si'1 to Death. Scenes in the Court Boom When tM WXlj Doomed Men Received the Jury's Verdict. -.iX How They Took Their Medicine. CHICAGO, Aug. 20.—Spies,Parsons,Lingg, Fischer, Fielden, Engel and Schwab have been found guilty of murder, as charged in the indictment, with the penalty of death. Neebe escapes' with fifteen- years in the penitentiary. When the prisoners were brought into court to hear the verdict they were shown to their new seats near the east door. Parsons, attracted by the crowd in the street, stopped and waved a red silk handkerchief out of the window until forced into his seat. Schwab, who was on the verge of collapse, sank upon a bench. Ballying a little, he also glanced into the street, and turning to Parsons said in English: "I wish I could go dow...

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. — 27 August 1886

:-. i#® mm ifei® I-.-.... .— I. A CLOUDY DAWS, is "There is the corncrake it Is in the hom« toeadow," said I, pausing to listen, as the m&eM grating* but most summer-like of §MmM sounds came clearly through the warm, still air this June evening, mingling with the voices of the children playing in the garden. Mrs. Hartley listened too, and a look came Into her eyes as though she saw some other scene than the sunny garden and fair, green fields beyond, and the lengthening shadows in the setting sun. I was sitting in the old-fashioned parlor, with its heavy oak beams across the ceiling, its dark, polished furniture and old rhiim bowls full of dried rose loaves and Something in her voice struck me. "Does it make you sad?" I asked. "I like to hear the bird, though it does make such a strange noise it always reminds me of sum mar evenings when the grass is long." "Yes that's when it I shook my head. "Father says he'll not have me wed thee if thou dost not mend thy ways and leave going...

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. — 27 August 1886

jr. I .Si*. &, fife lift 11^ mii W llfeis W,k Z* fir Ife I'*' i- ItitottM. JEWELL tfabawiied every morning, except Monday, at Blfr •ank, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte •4 the city at25oents per week, or gl per mouth. SUBSCRIPTION BAXIS: Daily one month, postage paid. $ 1 00 Daily three months, postage paid, 8 00 Daily six months, postage paid, S 00 Daily one year, postage paid, 10 00 .v.' v. :'i 'i THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of khe week, both foreign and local published every friday, sent postage paid, to any addrees, for one «oar Kjsiz months, $1 three months, 75 cents. The WXKKLT TRIBUN* is the oldest paper in Horth Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect euoyolopedia of Dakota affairs. Its circu­ lation is lai^, both in the territory and the States. The DAILY Tamnra,.like the weekly edition, containing the full associated press dispatches, is a deeirqble advertising medium through whioh to reach all nothwestem towns...

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. — 27 August 1886

,%*: p4M P§ ::. ^ib^'x I Sfei$ »-,,v'J• S Pfv M4 5 4 A& ^, jk?/ 4- ., AS FAKAGUAfS PEOPLE.®® S»i' A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE BEAUTIFUL LITTLE CAPITAL. SeeMea In the Street*—A Cart of Qui­ bracha Wood—The Women Comely and Modest Faced—Society Ladles—Xlie Mar­ riage Kelation—Soboolv. Toproperly present Paraguay and its beau­ tiful little capital, Asuncion, is a task some­ thing like that of properly estimating the value of a stout, obstreperous. boy who h»» exhibited pluck and been worsted, but 'whose texture is sure to make him a future. As we •team upin front ofthecapitalit appears at its best Lying on a gentle slope rising from the bank of the river, the city is seen in every section at a glance. The white houses, though only one story high, have the appearance of thrift. In the foreground is the unfinished palace of the tyrant Lopez. It was intended to be the best house in the republic. Away in the distance one seps the tower of the railroad depot, a fine, modern, building. Th...

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. — 27 August 1886

A WIFE BEATER II —4. p- I&e Wife of a Well Known Citizen Found With a Bruised Forehead, A.' N 1 ... il? 2 .1 .' Her Hnsband Beats Her, and Fails to Provide Food For His &T Children. An Inhuman Monster. Another case of inhuman wife beating was the common talk about town Fri­ day. It is reported that one of the work Bien in one of our public offices here, who holds a responsible and well paid position and lives in the north part of the city, most cruelly punished his wife yesterday morning. While she was being beaten, her cries of "Murder, Murder!" were heard by many of the neighbors, and after a time, one of the gentlemen visited the house and found her lying on the floor, with an ugly gash over her eye gushing forth blood. How much longer the hus­ band would have continued his beastly tactics had not a witness ap­ peared, is not known. It is also known that insufficient food has been provided the family, and only a few days since the mother carried her little child to a neig...

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. — 27 August 1886

#V ,V,( A Jotifi Mcr^gaHn, oi was ID f. I I the cityibaturday, £Wl J: 7 visited the elty Saturday Farmer Thoma* Ricttswts, of was in tows last Saturday. H. G. Massey and da zie, were in tlwjcity MJ1 Miss Hattie Bi tke Mt Carroll Miss Price, of ing her sister, Mm G. H. Glass, a pros' oken, visited theca Mr. and Sunday evehi i' 1 I ,f -i ock, ates, iken, {hter, of McKen .ay| in September Mmioaty. n. ifrerin.,' is visit B&fnes. rmer of Men :i|p^|Friday. j. &.J*ttilerT&ft for Chicago [on a vLrit toJtheir fijends. •Jo*.-*?**'' .. hava.awrfved cottai stree C.T: cock, city Friday. Han in the of es?up tlie rt« Ne^aa jSravysapi of 'Judg* Gm&, has (tone to Ada,Miim ,to b« aWpytwro or three months. aWv.. Mr. aiifl ilrs 4 W. WaliacS stirt on Tuesday, via the lakes, for Philadelphia, their futuire home. ?, ,) v: R. B. Mason returned Friday to his con­ trasts on the Manitoba extension, near Burlington, Ward county. •It is said that ifid Hackett, Bismarck's first mayor, now in 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. — 27 August 1886

THE WEATHER Some Interesting: Statistics Gathered From the United States Signal Station at Bismarck. The Hottest and Dryest Summer Ever Known—Yesterday the Hottest Since 1876. A Change Predicted. The weather for the last six days has been almost unendurable. The ordinary friendly weather salutation has been, from the nature of the circumstances, changed from the old chestnut of "nice day" to the more offensive expression "pretty warm," or its equivalent in stronger terms. Even the early riser hardly bestirred himself be­ fore the mercury would have climbed way up into the nineties, and there or above there it was contented to remain uiftil the day fast began to wane. It has proved it­ self not only contented to remain there, but all the talk and grumbling of the en­ tire population of the city (for no one has done anything else) has been wholly wasted as to causing it to move down into the region of quiet endurance. And then the gentle breeze—its first invigorating blast just made o...

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. — 3 September 1886

VOL. 14. NO. 13 DOOMED CHARLESTON. The Earthquake ot Tuesday Night Destroys Over Two thirds ot the City. Dead Bodies are Constantly Being: Disinterred From the Debris of the Ruins, And the Number of Persons Killed and Wounded Cannot as yet be Estimated. The Inhabitants Driven From Their Homes, Roaming: the Streets in Despair. Cut Off From Communication With the Rest of the World, Ex­ pecting- Death At Any Moment, the Situation of the Stricken People is Horrible. The Earth Still Continues to Shake —The Effect in Other Parts of the Country. The Destroyed City. CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 1.—Two slight shocks of earthquake has been felt since the first, at 8:25 this morning and one at about 1:30 p. m. Neither doing any further destruction. Not even during General Gil more's bombardment of this city lias there ever been such a deplorable state of affairs here. They city is literally in'ruins and the people are living in the open squares and public parks. There is a great rush to the railro...

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. — 3 September 1886

r&^yv* X' 2 I7#- sv SALE OF LAND FOB— DELINQUENT TAXES. OvnoK COTJKTT TKustmn,) Burleigh County, Dak., Sept. 4,1886. WHKKBJA, The taxee ol the year A. D. 1885, hate beoomo and are now delinquent and unpaid upon the following described real estate, sit­ uated la the connty of Burleigh and territory of Dakota: Therefore, Notice ig hereby given that by virtue of the statute in suoh case made and provided, I shall sell at publioauotion, to the highest bidder, •t the county treasurer's office, in the oity of Bis­ marck, and county of Burleigh, on the fourth day of October, 1886, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, the following described real estate, sit­ uated in the county of Burleigh and territory of Dakota, in order to satisfy the amount of delin­ quent tax aforesaid on each piece or daroel of land, together with interest, penalty and costs. The total amount due on eoch particular descrip­ tion is mentioned herewith. W. B. BELL, County Treasurer. LANDS. Name. DBWike BHair d...

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