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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 12 November 1886

S: £V YL C" I .if .Vi •V JNADIAlf l'ACIFIC ACCIDENT. A Construction Train Wrecked and Sev­ eral Lives Lost WINNIPEG, NOV. 8.—A dispatch from Donald, B. Cn announces a serious accident Sunday to the Canadian Pacific construc­ tion train in the Selkirk range of the Rockies. While the train was (limbing a steep grade near Rogers Pass it broke loose, and the parted cars running back collided with another work train behind. Both trains were wrecked, and two'cars containing the contractors' outfit and stock were ditched. Two men were killed out- can be made up is, McRea, McDermid &, Ross' foreman, killed a workman, name unknown, killed. Levi Cade, storekeeper for MeDeinid & Ross, who was badly hurt, has since died of his injury. The injured are W. Z. Earle. civil engineer Mrs. Mc­ Rea, wife of the killed foreman, and a number of workmen, names unknown. ASD STILT. THEY GO. A Cashier of the Wells, Fargo Kxpress Goes to Canada. SAN FRANCISCO, NOV. 6.—Charles W. Banks, one of the cash...

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. — 12 November 1886

ta §ji«mttck itiban*. BI M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, exoept Monday, at Bi» narok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts »f the city at 2$ centa per week, or#l per mou*h. SUBSOBOTION BATES: one morn three months, postage six months, postage one year, postage paii $ 1 00 8 00 00 10 00 repaid, THE WEEKLY TBIBUNE, jt pages, containing a summary of the news of ___ week, both foreign and local published every ft-iday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one rear $2: six months, (1 three months, 75 oents. The Wrauaur TETBUN* is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a of Dakot&affairs. Its circa ,tion is large, both in the territory and the the •ertislng agents, Chicago, and at readini and news depots throughout the oountry. States. The DAIXIY TBIBUNE, like the weekly edition, curtaining the fall assooiated press desirable advertising medium reach ahn ress dispatches, is through whioh to id military posts I nothweetern to...

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. — 12 November 1886

CUTTING'S EXPEDITION. A Thoroughly Organized Band Desperadoes Preparing: to Invade Mexico. of How the Treacherous Greasers Most Foully Murdered Grinner, the Wealthy Ranchman The Filibustering Expedition. AiJ&iNiUEBQtJE, N. M„ Nov.] ll.—Capk Edward Friend, of the Bl Paso rifled ar­ rived here night before last and opened a roll for recruits to join Cutting's filibuster­ ing expedition into Mexico. It is Under­ stood 218 names have been placed on the list in this city, and more are promised. It is expected that the expedition will be thoroughly organized within a month and the insurgents will rendezvous at El Paso, from which point they will invade the Mex­ ican republic. The federal officials in this territory are closely watching their move­ ments and will use every endeavor to pre­ vent an invasion of the friendly neighbor­ ing republic. The men being enlisted for the expedition are well known characters, desperate in the extreme and capable of causing serious international tro...

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. — 12 November 1886

-I»i4 6 '•&'•>•• s' $£• *&• ft fov. W- I*-," i. Wf-v: h. »^«IV 'V •"', SsTOS£\ ',v- -v- THE FIREMEN OBJECT. The Fire Department Strongly Pro Ijtest Against Ringing the Fire Bell For School Purposes. Articled 6f Incorporation for Another )t Dakota Railroad Territorial Conrt—Miscellaneous. A Farmer Near Sterling Seriously Bnrned While Attempting to Save His Property. Serenading the Candidates. The Bismarck City band was out last Friday cheering up the candidates suc­ cessful at the last election, that were in town. H. P. Bogue, the assessor, was first visited, and in treating them most royally, as he did, he felt at home, for such is his daily business to friends who ca.ll upon him. F. V. Barnes, the auditor, was next remembered. He took the boys right into the house and entertained them splendidly and brought on a nice lunch with coffee. & A. Williams, representative, pleasantly greeted the remembrance manifested with a speech, expressing thanks for their atten­ tion. ...

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. — 12 November 1886

rAj-"T «$ 2J v. .1 NEWS SUMMASTi .. Snow in New York and Pennsylvania. -jtunes G. Blaine left New York Tuesday tor Boston. EliaAbethport, N. J., was slightly shaken by on earthquake. ReVi Beecher wasffiven a royal reception on his Yeturn firom Europe. James I*. Fanliel, dealer in gents' fur­ nishings, St. Paul, has assigned. Fred Archer, the noted jockey who sui­ cided in London, was worth over a $1,000, 000. The democrats of Indiana claim the re­ publicans contemplate stealing the state legislature. Eight hundred coal miners in Colorado have quit work on account of a reduction in their wages. A special term of United States court opened at Yankton yesterday, Chief Jus­ tice Tripp presiding. At Herman, Minn., a German named En' gelbert Niemackle, while intoxicated, shot the top of his head off. The propeller Bessmer, which was re jorted lost in a recent gale on Lake Super­ ior, has turned up safely. W- H. Eddy, a Chicago commercial trav­ eler, is now thought tooe The president has s...

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. — 12 November 1886

i'., 7.-- i- &< jfc -. •I J' kir, SL |i.<p></p>I' I. F(& A 8 :'"'liin igpli H'. •V .TJI 1 LOCAL MISCELLANY. Important Territorial ltem$ Setared at the Capitol—A Reception. Postponed. Election Returns from Oliver aiid Mercer Counties—The Ordwajy. Bismarck & Northern. -'Capitol. Jottings. The official returns of the election have been received from several counties by Secretary McCormack. The official count according to law must be made by aboard consisting of the governor, chief justice and secretary of the territory within fifty days of the time on whic|i the election is held. The expense of the second trial of Mar­ quis de Mores for murder, which took place in Bismarck last year, was paid by the au­ ditor yesterday. It amounted to $2,629. This bill was payable from the territorial treasury, because the law provides that the court expenses of purported crimina offenses committed in unorganized count ties, upon certificate of the judge, shall be so borne. 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. — 19 November 1886

&V £v"r .Vt*t«* W. .• j3 ..: .. VOL. 4. NO.24 KBWa SUMMARY. The loss by the Everest fire was $22,000 only partially insured. Missouri's legislature will have a demo­ cratic majority of fifty. The proposed exhibition in Brussels in 1888 has been abandoned. Another passenger rate war of the St. Paul roads has commenced. John F. Hoke, the defaulter of the Peoria bank, absconded with $188,000. Ten workmen were instantly killed by the collapse of a uilding in Paris. Rev.Wm. Delanev, Catholic bishop of the diocese of Cork, Ireland, is dead. A fire In Raleigh, N. C., destroyed six­ teen business buildings, mostlyJmck. Judge McGonneil has decided the Sar­ gent county seat contest in favor of For man. Congressman W. T. Price, of River Falls, Wis., is seriously ili,and not expected to re­ cover. The Catholic church has decided that no marriages shall be solemnized after sun­ down. Andrew Carnegie is steadily improving. He has not yet been told of his mothers death. Jack Burke and Jack Dem...

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. — 19 November 1886

v-. Sffi'.' I 'i tV^T &v •M •m •I S&& sp -tes i' P#:- 1^' M- DISASTROUS STORJC. ...li Severe Wind and Snow Storm Sweeps Over the New Eng­ land States# §§1 Two Barfea Lost Off Oswefo, :. Much Ottier Damage to Skip aiid Beported. t» Dakots, Wber« AJ1 Is Sunshine. NEW YORK, NOV. 18.—The severe snow storm which prevailed throughout! this state md New England yesterday afternoon reached here this atternoon. The wind is blowing half a gale, and the wliiteflakes axe falling in blinding masses, but only to melt as soon as they reach the ground, In­ coming tralns4from the north and west are somewhat.delayed, but as yet not, seriously. AdviceS froiu. all sections of the state show an abatement in the storm. ATLOCKPORT. LOCKFOET, N. Y., NOV. 18.—It began snowing here last night at 10 o'clock, and finally ceased at 11 o'clock to-day. The snow fall has been from eight to ten inches deep, and it is now snowing slowly. DISASTROUS TO ONTARIO VESSELS. OSWEGO, N. Y., Nov. 13.—The tug Proc...

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. — 19 November 1886

i" fc^T- (-•A I-' J. or |L 'mrrA~-r^k'f'V. \-,i-r:' .i ,^^!v,\.,-r'-^..-.--:y4 S STONEWALL JACKSON. THE CONFEDERATE"" CHIEFTAIN'S LAST COMMAND IN THE FIELD. 'v Murtally Wounded by Shots from His Own Xaa«titter Bearers Under Fed­ eral Artillery Fire—Last Order Given by the General. When Jackson had reached the point where his line now crossed the turnpike, scarcely a mile rat of Chancellorsville and not half a mile from a line of Federal troops, he had found his front line unfit for the farther and vigorous advance he desired, by reason of the irregular character of the fighting, now right, now left, and because of the dense thickets through which it was impossible to preserve alignment. Division commanders found it more and more difficult as the twilight deep­ ened to hold their broken brigades in hand. Regretting the necessity of relieving the troops in front, Gen. Jackson had ordered A. P. Hill's division, his third and reserve line, to be placed in.front. While this change was be...

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. — 19 November 1886

KSftSS'iJ 28-*. N Sr t' 3 &* fr ii il j, &1 il I! IV:?' it \f1 Il if h1 1 Wl If I K' & I. lr"'i' &« V, l" I I mgm V, t- ', i' Z*\ tV*.v!'•'••'•«"*f'vY,L?-'''^'1 S''n-7-y^:r!n-i\'^Vj ^tliis.MaV11)-5.' ,..i-'»**l(''*' S IUIFS'w'I III §i#ma«k ®titou«. BY H. H. J£V£LL. THE DAILYTBIBUNK, I KATB8 fcroo BOO -10 00 THB WEEKLY TRIBUNE. bt asommanrotthenewsof ind local published every •mt poBtage'paid. to any address, tor one rix months, 91 three months, 75 oents. The WDKLI TUIBUS* is the oldest pwper la Korth Dakotaand theaim is made to make it a of Dakota affaire. Itsoirca llke the weekly edi BE DAILT the fall associated press is vertising medium thro whioh to western towns and tare poets The Dial Tanmn will be found on file the GranAPkolfib hote and Lord A Thomas, ad and at reading rooms oat the oountry *u and news .The «e ftlBUHE Bnildlng, rl/ epots thro-„ ml eastern advertising agent of the I AiSTUgliitdsH, Boom B5, Tribune Jew York. All advertisements for the ovhpoii. ae...

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. — 19 November 1886

sp**1* ti.y j. W^1 i---: •T 1 r. K'" -s^M' The Official Canvass of the Recent Vote in Stark County Not Yet Completed. A Cd&twt on the Sheriff's Office—A Few Votes Cast Contrary to Law. Attorney General Engel Has Es­ caped Pre* His Friends, and is AK«ln at Large. Dickinson, the Capital of Stark Connty, Knjoyimr a Prosperous and Permanent Boom. Just Cause for Alarm. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 16.—Hon. George S. Engle, attorney general for Dakota, whose interview in the Journal has attracted so much attention in the territory, was at the Nicollet again to-day, and had his attention «alled to the telegram in this morning's Pi­ oneer Press. He laughed heartily at the idea of his removal by Secretary McCor mack during the governor's absence, as suggested in the dispatch. "That," said lie, "would be something like the clerk of the court taking upon himself, during the •absence of the judge, to undo things done 3)y his superior. I am glad," continued Mr. Engle, "to learn that the honorable secre...

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. — 19 November 1886

6 CAUGHT ASTRAY. ify»y4^^.vv«rt y,"x*»' .«""•- y«4w-• 1 ,|* More News of Interest Ganght in the Wilds of Gossip Bf the Tribune Scribes. The New Bismarck Temperance Un­ ion Considers a Question of Grave Importance. Land Office News—Playfnl "Dutch Mike's" Jokes—General Per? sonal Mention. Wilson Picks Orange Blossoms. When last heard from the symmetrical and versatile H. L. Wilson was leaning over the gilt edged counters of Marshall Field & Co's palatial Chicago store, pricing orange blossoms and nosegays. Mr. Wilson, so says a private letter to the TRIBUNE, committed a rather embar assing and inexcusable mistake while en route to Chicago, and not until this is ex­ plained can it be understood why he should insist upon purchasing orange blossoms in Chicago, when the wedding is to take place in Baltimore. At Milwaukee an eastern friend of the popular Wilson was startled and surprised to see that estimable repre­ sentative of Bismarck society rushing to the train with a heavy basket...

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. — 19 November 1886

mm mmmm mi Sr- SPIRITISM AMONG THE CHINESE. EitnMi From Paper Head Before tho Philadelphia Acadtmjr of Science. Dr. Nolan read an interesting communi'a tion recently received from HiaB Adete M. Fields, giving an Account of tbe. practice of spiritism by the women of Swatow, China. In the eighth month of the year they meet privately and fall into trances. Nearly all the native women an interested in these secret sessions bat manyare prevented from being present by itecesaary occupations else­ where, or by fear of rebuke from the men of their households. These conclaves are en­ tered by women alone, and are regarded by men with great disfavor. From three to a dozen or mora women gather around a table in the center of.a room wbero they can be se -cure from interruption. Incense sticks, spirit money, and bamboo roots, bought by a pre-^l -vious contribution of farthings, are dis­ tributed among all present. A fetish of some sort, a decayed splint hat, an old broom, a chopstick, or, possib...

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. — 19 November 1886

WORDS OF CHEER. Hugh McGarvey Returns With En­ couraging and Reassnrinsr Railroad News. The System of Fire Alarm Being Extended to the Homes of the Firemen. Bismarck Society to be Enlivened by a Weddiug in High Life To-day. The Wizard at Work—Northern Pa­ cific Stock Shipments—Gen­ eral Notes. Some Interesting Railroad Talk. Hugh McGarvey, the well known con­ tractor and popular citizen, returned, Tuesday, from the center of railroad opera­ tions. He has been superintending work north and south of Roscoe during the past few months, and is in a position to talk very intelligently on the railroad problem. He states that after completing work on his contract for grading south of Roscoe, he was given work on the Northern ex­ tension. An evidence that the road is com­ ing to Bismarck next year, is that he was given a mile and a half of grading ten miles north of the end of the grade. This work was in a swamp, and could not be done in the spring. This fact, and the con­ versation of railr...

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. — 26 November 1886

NKWa SUMMARY. Erastus Brooks is dead. Helena, Mont, wants a mint Woman suffragists are holding forth at Ean Claire. Mayor-elect Hewitt was sworn into offiee by Mayor Grace. Twenty fresh cases of cholera haveltaen reported in Buenos Ayres. Trudell, supposed to have murdered Con­ nelly at Deadwood, is bound over. Cheap coal prevails in Des Moines, be­ cause tne coal dealers are having a war. Chandler S. Wells was sent to prison for life at Aon Arbor, Mich^ for killing his wife. By the burning of his barn near Morris, Minn., Peter Brandt lost $8,000 worth of live stock. ,A he&vy snow storm prevailed all day in northern New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. A meeting of bituminous coal operators was held in Philadelphia for the purpose of making a pool. The Philadelphia base ball club has re­ turned from IIav ana, quite disgusted with their Cuban trip. The Ohio river every year floods the New­ port, barracks in Kentucky, and higher ground is asked for. The executive board of the G...

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. — 26 November 1886

DISASTERS AT SEA. A Steamer Foundered in the Pacific Ocean and One Hnndred and Forty Lives Lost. Many Vessels Wrecked On Lake Michigan Darin* the Storm of the 18th. .• A'Tfce*rfl»to W«*ok. DETROIT, MiCSt, Jfor. tfc—A special to the Free Prtiis ftoin Frankfort says: A te£' rible lake disaster occurred last night and there is left not a soul to tell the story.^ Daring the height of the storm yesterday afternoon, at intervals, through' the blind­ ing snow storm, a three masted schooner coold be seen about six miles southwest of Frankfort The poles were almost bare andthe deck seemed clear of cargo. An attempt was made to anchor her and she held for a time, but soon broke loose and drifted helplessly before the gale. The wind gradually increased in violence and the seas were growing every moment larger, when darkness settled like a pall over the face of the lake. Help was asked from the life saving station at Manistee, but it was impossible for a tug to live in such a gale. After great ...

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. — 26 November 1886

\V THE PRUSSIAN VENDS. THE COUNTRY AND CUSTOMS OF A CURIOUS PEOPLE. ThreeDays in the Spreewald—A Minla to* Holland In Gwaumj^A Tendltt IMbbm*»A Bart-L*{fcd Tonus, Queer Canal Uf« Scenes,- Ete. [Bpec!*IComMM»dMMe.1 Nmr TOR*, HOT. 15.—In the heart of Ger­ many, about sixty milesaoutli of Berlin, livea on* of the most curious people of Europe. Subject to the German government, dealing entire!ywith Germans in all their business relations, they are widely different from them in manners, customs and dress. Their country lis out of the line of tourist travel. It is accessible only by the country road and canal, Few travelers know of it, and it cam* to my knowledge through one of my German lady acquaintances. FVau Von Shack, a cultured lady, who comes of the best families of Germany, directed me- to it. We were strolling by the shops of Unter Den Linden in the direction of Der Thier-garttn and had jnst passed Wilhelm Strasse, -where Bismarck lives, when we saw a tall, strapping, good lookin...

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. — 26 November 1886

ffiMX&XU -••'vTv J|#YI#v 4:, BS{V't':• *.•»?"•'•• .:«••• -I «'.'.••• v-'^Vsr:':'' Seii fe Black THERE P?\ •". Vf /r.-.-: SMTWTE: BT H. H. JRFWEIX. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Published every morning, exoept Monday, at Bis­ marck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts a the oity at as oents per weak. or* per month. SUBAC&TRNOK BATM: Saiiytiiree montis postage paid, 8 (X) Daily six months, postage paid, 6 00 Daily one yey, postage palrt 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, oontaining a sumnwolthe news of (heweek, both foreign Mid Joe*! wabllahedereij Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one glx months, |1 three ttoaw, W cents. The WEIKLT TBTBONX The is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Itooinn pfan ig large.botii in the territory and the States. DAILY TBIBCNI, The like the weekly edition, containing the fall associated press dispatches, it a desirable advertising medium through whxoh to teaoh a&a...

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. — 26 November 1886

-IR-": S *y I DAKOTA. Interesting Correspondence From Cities On the Line of the Northern Pacific. i. News of the Whole Territory as fathered By the Associated Press Agents. MEDORA, DAK., Nov^ 20.—(Special] Medora has pretty nearly. gone into winter quarters. To "be sur$ the slaughter house establishment of Marquis !e. Mores' will not formally shut down Until the end of gj the month, but there are many days on which there is no killing done and the workmen have to lay off. The past season has not been of the busiest^ and the near vj,' approach of winter finds this about the quietest place in western Dakota. The ho­ tel is closed and its former landlord now runs a little boarding house, but early next month will make a permanent removal to the states. There is only, one general store and its proprietor declares that the middle of December will find him, stock and all, hundreds of miles from here. The propri­ etor of the drug store will remove either to Wyoming or Winona, Dak., early i...

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. — 26 November 1886

FIRE f, K. .'P "v'' W-. &• 1: L' k. t- Wt N 1 xihL,,./ POLITICS. the Tribune Block Narrowly Escapes Destruction by Fire Through an Explosion. The Fire Department. Does Splendid Work and Wins Applause and Admiration. Social Chat—Pleasant Gatherings— The Canvassing Board and Personal Mention. Wise Suggestion That a Public Meeting be Held for the Purpose of Protesting Against the Proposed Abandonment of Fort Abra­ ham Lincoln. An Entertainment to be Given the Benefit of the Painted Woods Hebrews. Statement Concerning bery of Harrington eral Gossip. for the Rob Gen- The Tribune Block Fire. At 8:80 o'clock Saturday an explosion of fireworks in the store of Frank B. Mason shivered the walls of the TRIBUNE block, cracked the plate glass windows and drove Mr. Mason and his clerks and Mr. Leslie, of the TRIBUNE counting room, from the office. Ablaze of fire shot through the ceiling and into the editorial rooms, and in less than thirty seconds the entire building was filled with smoke so ...

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