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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 26 November 1886

£B BURlAlff OF ARTHUR. The' Funeral of the Ex-President Quietly and Unostentationsly Conducted.' "jff.ru kinit^e&'df Monrninff Proftisely Ex- hibited on Pablic Buildings in Washington. The Dtetiitnlihcd People Present. New YORK, NOV. 22.—The funeral of ex:Presideiii Arthur to-day was quietly and unostentatiously conducted. The funeral cortege left the house oh Lexington ave­ nue at 830. Great crowds surrounded the house and the church of the Heavenly Rest, where the exercises were held. Pres­ ident Cleveland aud^cabinet arrived before the procession and James G. Blaine a few moments later. The service of the Episcopal church was read by the Rev. Dr. Morgan, who delivered a brief eulogistic address. Among the hundreds of distinguished gen­ tlemen pHssent at the church were the Hon. James G. Blaine, Hon. John A. Logan, Gen. B. F. Butler, Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, Hon. Chauncey Depew, Senator Evart8,John Jacob Astor, Gen. Schofield and staff. Senator John Sherman and ex- President R...

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. — 26 November 1886

1 •iV'' tr k-.V' w. MVY" .W&u 8 fiTEE DEAD BLIZZARD, J" :v ii##After Thirty Hotarf of Violent Ex ,v $»&£,, .ertiqn, the,Blizzard Passes/ |f|$ Seott, the Stage Driver, Not Heard fe|' :C. From, and Several Badly Frozen at Sims. ••.v.\.' The Steamer Tomkins is Ice-8onnd ..-i One Hundred Kites Sonth, Near Le Bean. Beauty at the Blv«. TUe iWer landing is a place for an artist just now, and its surroundings are suffi­ ciently: weird and picturesque to keep the sketch .pencil on the move for many hours. The blizzard seems to have con­ centrated its artistic powers at that point and swept its downy white and glistening crystals around the coteaux at the bridge, to make fantastic shapes about the numer­ ous boats and buildings at the dock. Five of the haughty-nosed steamers are resting upon the ways and about them the snow is piled to a height of over thirty feet. The river directly in front of the landing has not been closed, the ice having lodged above the bridge, and its ruffled s...

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 December 1886

NEWS SUMMARY. Samuel G. Croft, wno was shot at Dead wood, Friday, is dead. The rumors that an eastern coal combi­ nation had been formed is denied. The western passenger agents in Chicago have failed to form a pool 011 passenger traffic. The loss by fire in the United States and Canada during November is estimated at $10,000,000. Four negroes were lynched in DeKalb. Texas, for the murder of a farmer named George Taafe. Joseph Rammersclimidt, a ranchman in the Black Hills, was caught the recent storm and perished. The wife of Lieut. Frank B. Andrews, a daughter of William H. Powell, U. S. A., died at Boise barracks, Idaho. The chief of police of New Orleans has been suspended for incompetency. He is also charged with embezzlement Shippley.Dorsey & Co., wholesale dealers in dry goods. Cincinnati, have failed. Lia­ bilities, $800,000 assets somewhat larger. The farmers living on the prairies about Hancock, Minn., are suffering on account of the scarcity of fuel. Some are burning th...

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 December 1886

W- & & SW'J'TS :ir I'v'' -i:: ?:•. sis*. :J&! ,*• 1 •/,) AJJERglBLE DISASTER. Ail Explosion of Gas in a Coal Mine Near Wilkfiabarre, Penn-1|| syivania, Kills JAiid Ttojnres Over Fifty Miners— Heartrending Scenes at ^. is a IWv^r th® Colliery. i"- A Uit of the Killed and Injured. id 1 WILKESBABRE, PA, NOV. 26.—About 7 o'clock this morning an explosion occurred in the'Conyngham shaft, near here, injur ing aboutfifty laborers and miners just going to work. The explosion was caused by a man named Cornelius, with a lighted lamp in his hand. The injured" men are being carried to their homes aind the hos­ pital. It is impossible to tell how bad the men are injured or burned, because it is not known where they all reside. Sev­ eral deaths have been reported, but the re­ ports cannot be verified as yet The follow­ ing are the names picked up by the asso­ ciated press representative, all of whom have been more or less badly burned: Wm. J. Evans and Win. Williams, fire bosses and 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. — 3 December 1886

I mK^,'•Fwy r, fe!V{. t.%" 1 fe^V-l* "T^11 0fe£&- -, r. I,K 4 -t A BIG AUL. *0t3* jf4: A Denver Be&l Estate Broker Leaves the Country Suddenly With Over $300,000. Before Taking His Departure He Locks His Creditors in His Private Officer. Those, Who Were Duped.' DKNVERj NQV. 30.—Rumors became cur­ rent upon the streets last night that F.L. Carter Cotton, manager of the North Pou dre Land and Capal company, and also an extensive real estate operator at .Ft. Col­ lins, had absconded and left a large num­ ber of creditors. For some time past Car­ ter Cotton's numerous creditors have been uneasy. A week ago a number of them corralled him in his office. After some talk he made a pretext to go out, and locked his creditors in. The creditors got out by climbing over the transom. The next day Cotton was seen in Denver. Cot­ ton issued bonds on the North Foudre and 100 acres of land to the amount of $150,000. The Travelers' Insurance company took $50,000 of these bonds and the other $...

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. — 3 December 1886

BT M. H. JKWKIX. THE DAILY TRIBUNE, PnhliBhed «tut morning, exoept Monday, at Bis iMnk, Dakota, is Mwnd by carrier to all parts •f the city at as cents pec week, or fl per mon*h. •fiUBflCBIFTION BATBB: Mljfommi Daily three on' ._ Daily six months, postage Daily one year, postage XMXBtnn'm sent to mm. In The It $ 100 00 600 d, -10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Sight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, tor one rsar$2jsixmonths,|1 threomonths,75cents. 19m WnoaTTUBons is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to mate it a perfect encyclopedia of Dakota affairs. Its oireu MMttti is largCLpoth in the territory and the States. The Dailt Tbibqmx, The like the weekly •outlining the toll aseooiated pree a desirable advertising medium th reach all nothweetem towns and remote from railroad lines. Dult Tbxbcnx will be found on file at he G?and Paolfichotol, and fjord A Thomas, ad rooms jnfcn...

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. — 3 December 1886

4P .-3 V. li­ ft DAKOTA'S DELEGATE Goes to Washing-ton to be Early on the Ground to Farther Da­ kota Measures. He Will Work for Division and Tiro Additional Judicial Districts. Mr. Day in Washington Says He is Not Oyer Anxious to Secure the Governorship. A Candidate for Speaker. CANTON, DAK., NOV. SO.—Delegate Gif ford leaves this afternoon for Washington, in order to be early on the ground for the furtherance of Dakota measures. Mc Mamma and McCIure, of Pierre, are al­ ready there, and will work for the reserva­ tion bills. Gifford tells the Advocate that the Sioux reservation bill will pass and that the Hill division bill is not entirely dead, fie will work for both and for two additional judicial districts for the territory. Gifford is anxious that the Huron gather­ ing, Dec. 15th, be a large one, in order to keep the division sentiment to the front He is now preparing an address on the relative expense of large and small states, and will give the matter to the press after securi...

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. — 3 December 1886

SWEET ANGELS .-.-•t-'K: Are Bustling Their Fair, Downy Win** Through the Balm of %he Soft, Sunday Morn,' '»$£ », f£" And Sinners are Learning the Sons: that "Gabe" Sings, and Awaiting the Toot of His Horn. Then Lay Down Your Hand and Dis eard four Fifth Ace, and Away to the Gospel and Prayer s, Or Heaven's Bright Luster Will Ne'e* Kiss thy Face, Nor thy Form Mar the Beautiful Stairs. Auditor Caldwell in the Blizzard. The people of Dakota will be pained to learn of the sufferings of their talented and popular auditor on the night of the great blizzard. It is a fact that the accomplished ana artistic Caldwell narrowly escaped death on that awful night, and had it not been for the good hearing and prompt ac­ tion of a kind old lady he would have per­ ished. On the evening of the blizzard Sec­ retary McGormack, Treasurer Raymond, Commissioner of Immigration Dunlap, and the other officials left for tlieir homes and boarding houses at an early hour, to avoid the unpleasant task of* walkin...

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. — 3 December 1886

HrwiX WASHINGTON GOSSIP. ,i ?^Se 6ook^n|f of the Presidents WVOT- ¥^ite Dish Drives the Guests From the White Hoase. fill# "blizzard." dressing, while we here in the capital city of the nation are taking ottrs with copious draughts of rain. Tis the first rainy Thanksgiving Washington has had for many years. Washington is all torn up just now over its police scandaL The commissioners— who are appointed by the president to gov­ ern this beautiful city—have just made pub­ lic their finding. They dismiss from the force its best officer, Lieut Arnold, sus­ pend others, and accept the resignation of the mayor and superintendent. A majority of our citizens are disgusted and indignant, and call for the president to remove the present commissioners. Here is an item concerning that much ..abused but savory vegetable cabbage, At a late reception at the white house a strbng odor of cookiug cabbage permeated the entire tiouse. bo offensive was the smell that many were forced to leave the house w...

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. — 3 December 1886

Watt. 8 mr#i .» £S» ffto THE WORK OF A DAY la Chronicling' Events of the Capi­ tal City and Its Surround- The Railroaders Who Have Been at Work on the Manitoba Be- :iS: •••s tnrn Home, a /, Wi Capitol Notes Land Office News Storm Reports— Personal and General. R«tnrn of the Railroad Builders. Robert Macnider, O, H. Beal and Charles Rust returned last Tuesday from the exten­ sion of the Manitoba road which is being constructed through the Mouse river coun­ try. Mr. Macnider states that the work has been pushed with a vim, and that the joad is now graded to a point within twen­ ty miles of the Missouri river. The work has been in progress about 160 miles north of Bismarck, and the little town of Minot has been enjoying a boom since the begin­ ning of work. At this point there have' been 1,000 teams and 1,600 men at work for several weeks. A few months ago the site was nothing but unbroken prairie, and now stores and shops are doing a thriving business, and the young city boasts of twe...

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. — 10 December 1886

VOL. 14. NO.27 NEWS SVMMAHT. Severe storms prevail alone the*Atlantlc coast The Campbell divorce case still hangs on, in London. lbs. Langtry New York. Myron Collins, near Portland, Mich., has been arrested, charged with murdering his wife. Minnie Stone, an Iowa girl, 16 years old, has been sent to the penitentiary for horse stealing. The sultan assents to the candidacy of Prmce Nicholas of Mingrelia for the Bul­ garian throne. A seam of anthracite coal over seven feet in diameter, has been struck in the North­ west territory. The 300 colored miners of the Grape Creek Coal company, Danville, hive struck for an advance. Reuben Hill and his three sons were run over by a passenger train near Mill Creek, InL, and killed. Jofen Keck & Co., furniture dealers of Detroit, have suspended. Liabilities esti­ mated at $200,000. P.P. Underwood, a mail carrier, was murdered near Pierce Mills, Ark, and his mail pouch robbed. L. B. Harlom & Son's tannery at South Berwick, Me, was burned. Lo...

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. — 10 December 1886

§epartment iff* *v VM 2 %HITNEY'S REPORT. How the Many, Evils in the Conduct oi the Navy Department Were Reformed by a Reformer. Becan8e RoacVfl "Dolphin Fell a Little Short of the Required Speed, It was Rejected. A New System of Bookkeeping. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.—The report of Sec­ retary of the Navy Whitney begins with a renewal of his former recommendation of the consolidation of the bureaus so as to insure the responsibility in the purchase and care of supplies, afid states that so far as his power extends he has had consoli­ dated in one bureau the general purchases of the department, care and custody of stores, and created a system of bookkeep­ ing by which the responsibility for their care and disposition can be had. The re­ port says there is at present no real re­ sponsibility for the care and'disposition of the property. Regarding the new cruiser the report says that the experience of the department in its first attempt at the crea­ tion of modern vessels of war has been suc...

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. — 10 December 1886

ft mews SUMMARY. The Straits of Mackinaw are closed by ic& American architects are in convention at Chicago. The Western Export association is in ses­ sion-at Chicago. The pope has appointed Father Dowling bishop of Peterburg, Out The Mexicans are trying to change the course of the Rio Grande near El Paso. The wheat outlook in Illinois for 1887 is gloomy, owing to the ravages of chinch bugs. The Kansas, Nebraska & Dakotarailway has been completed from Fort Scott to To peka. Kaiser Wilhelm has given $1&500 to­ ward erecting the Luther monument in Berlin. Over 23,000,000 bushels of wheat changed hands in the New York produce exchange yesterday. Theodore Roosevelt, interviewed in Lon­ don, says there is no room in America for socialism. Admiral Porter has no confidence in the new cruisers. He wants ironclads and tor­ pedo boats. Skating Rink Manager Rockwell, who eloped with Mrs. West, has returned to Jersey City. During the present year an area of over W0,000 acres has bee...

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. — 10 December 1886

flw §tanaMfc Itibtrat. BT M. X|. JKWKLL. THE DAILY TBIBUNE. Published eTerjr morning, wroept Mbndajr, »t Bte aarck, Dakota, ia delivered by carrier to all parts •t the city at 25 oente per week, or $1 per mon'b. SUBSOBHTTOH BAXBS: Oaily one mouthy postal* paid, $ 1 00 Daily three months, postage paid, 8 00 Daily six months, postage paid, 5 00 Daily one year, postage paid 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of Tba fonKU nrnura is the oldest paper in (forth Dakota and the aim is mads to make it a parfbut encyclopedia of Dakota affaire. Itsoiran 'irt'™ is large,both in the territory and the States. The DiHiT TBiBim*, like the weekly edition, the fall associated press dispatches, is a "fwnii adTertising mediom throogn whioh to nooh all nothwestem towns and military posts remote from railroad lines. THS for tba All adrertlBemen poi i. east of Illinois should ba president's message is not of a striking or sensational character. There is nothing in it th...

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. — 10 December 1886

4 •jSN4 0-IU. DAKOTA DOTS. An Interesting: Batch ^Furnished by Reg-alar and Special Cor respondents. A fionndap of Important Items Cor railed bj the Scissors and Peneil Brigade. '•'k: Huron. HuBOJi, DAK., Dec. 2.—[Special.]—This spell of very cold Weather has thrown Huron into quite excitement because of the scarcity of coal in the city, and the contin­ ued storms indicate a continuation of be­ lated passenger trains and a much more de­ cided irregularity in freight Teams left today for Wolsey, thirteen miles west to draw upon their supply there. There is a good deal of query regarding the lignite of the Northern Pacific route and an indica­ tion that when the connection by rail is made from Oakes to La Moure, -there will be a thorough trial of it made here if it can be obtained. Hard coal retails at $11.75 a ton, but it cannot be obtained only in very small quantities. If there should result just now a blockade of any immensity, it will doubtless teach the lesson of securing a larg...

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. — 10 December 1886

THE SURVEY. The Engineers of the Ordway, Bis marck A Northwestern Com pleting: the Survey. Arrangements Being- Made to Com mence Work Early in the Spring- at Both Ends. The City Council Passes an Ordinance for the Removal of Snow and Imposes Fines. Br. Pettit's Brother Married While Suffering: From a Gun Shot Miscellaneous. Good Reports at the Lan Office. The young town of Hoskins, in Mcintosh county, is progressing as rapidly as any place in the territory, and its surrounding country is receiving the lion's share of set tlers. During the last three days eleven final proofs have been made by the follow ing citizens of Hoskins: Peter A. Larison, Tates Werlinger, Sebastian Werlinger, Ja Kob Kreiii, Jacob Koast, August Shok, Daniel Schraun, Frederick Beglau, Christ ian Maier, Jr., Joseph Weigel, Johann Branz, Phillip Rub, Christian Maier, Sr.. and Barton W. Perry. Final proofs were also made by Adolph F. Carlson, of New Rockford, Dauiel Mc Coy, of Carrington, James A. Mcflenry, of Syke...

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. — 10 December 1886

'fc- c. 1 DEATH OF GEN. POLK. Second. ••a. '«N irJ =r«Wjj AN ACCOUNT OF THE KILLING OF THE CONFEDERATE COMMANDER, fl A. Group of Offl9tn Make a Keconnois »ance—Two Shots Fired from a Federal Battery The Fatal Result of the The third most painful incident upon the records of fatalities among general officers of the southern army during the rebellion was the death of Lieut. Gen. (Bishop) Leonidas Polk, who was killed by a three-inch round shot from a steel rifled cannon of 8imonson's Fifth Indiana battery during* the Atlanta campaign, on Little Kenesaw, between Ala toona and Kenesaw mountain, on the 14th of June, 1864. I was present, with a number of our general officers, when the shot was pro­ jected which killed the distinguished Con­ federate, and heard Gen. George H. Thomas say to old Van Schrader, as a group of richly dressed officers rode up upon an exposed situa­ tion upon the enemy's line: "There's some big guns in that party, and they are either making observations of our adv...

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. — 10 December 1886

1 str­ ife' SKIRMISHING. Iteprcsentativea of the Milwaukee Boart H*ve*Beeii Working at smarek End. Employes at the River Landing Are rreated to a Mirage of Bare Beauty. Kobidou Near to the Heart of the Moon—Personal and Miscel­ laneous Notes* Court Mews In a Quiet, unostentatious way, Judge Francis is disposing of considerable busi­ ness nowt^fys, and his work at times is as arduous as during the regular terms. Tues­ day the LaMoure county seat ease was argued before him, J. M. Bartholomew of LaMoure and W. E. Bramhall appearing for LaMoure, W.. F. Ball' of Fargo for Grand Rapids. The facts in this case are, briefly, that at a vote on the question of the removal of the county seat of LaMoure eounty from Grand Rapids to LaMoure, a majority of the votes' were cast for La­ Moure. The majority was small, and the people of Grand Rapids secured an Injunc­ tion, restraining the LaMoureites from re­ moving the county offices and effects. In the meantime the offices had been removed, and at ...

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. — 17 December 1886

VOL. J4. NO.28 IfSWS SUMMARY. Margo Minlietta, the Italian statesman, is dead. Alice Oates, the comic opera singer, is dying. Mexico is displeased with the president's message. A great European war is predicted for next spring. A runaway team killed Mrs.C.L.Barnes, of Prescott, Wis. A Baltimore negro killed an old negress to sell her body for $15. The pope gave audience yesterday to the bishop of St. Paul, Minn. .Two persons confined in jail in Chicago for debt have been released. The fire in Minneapolis destroyed W. W. Sly's paint works. Loss $13,000. A fire in the new $4,000,000 state house at Springfield, 111., did $10,000 damage. The Morning Tribune, a newspaper in Duluth, has suspended publication. The furniture establishment of S. H. Roeder, St. Paul, burned loss, $10,000. Tbe Standard Oil company is preparing to furnish Cleveland with natural gas. Fire destroyed the court house at Poplar Bluff, Mo. Loss, $46,000 no insurance. The president's rheumatism is so much improved tha...

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. — 17 December 1886

I 4iShe f' S I I ir 6V 15 Hi mm,*??. THE DIVORCE CASE. .My Coliu Campbell Rfesutiies Her Testimony, Which Grows Nastief .'••. sp»a' as the Trial Proceeds. 'Ell A She Would Prefer Death at Her Own Hands to Suffering1 as She ad S re rvv" .,. Xrfulr Colin As an Authoress. LONDON, Dec. 10.—Lady Coliu Campbell ^testifiedin her own behalf to-day. She was was very pale, and spoke in a slow, Ji distinct voice. She said that until the fam |p? ily meeting at Thurloe Square, in 1888, she had exchanged letters daily with lierhus |l|f band when absent Before their marriage, Ife Lord Colin asked her if she would consent fe? when married to occupying separate rooms. She consented, and Lord Collin asked her 1:0 not to divulge the fact that he had made V- this request, but she insisted upon telling her mother. The nature of his illness was !$£•: unknown to her until May, 1883. She never ^repressed Lord Colin to marry her, but her mother disliked long engagements. Continuing, Lady Colin said she was ...

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