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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 17 December 1886

f|P|jr ¥$ fcx&h m«ifr %hi- MM-' -li my&j\ Mi 'W wpef ssgp ^04 ^V* ***'T\jrlSVV,/1 A PIONEER JOURNALIST. The Late Krastus Brook*—'HI* Career as Writer, Politician and Journalist. Mr. Brooks was born in .Portland, Me., on Jan. 31, 1815. His father, James Brooks, commanded the Yankee, which sailed from Portland, and lost his life in the war of 1812 14. Mr. Brooks was a teacher at Haverhill academy, Massachusetts, was a printer by trade£ind for forty-one years was editor and proprietor of The New York Express. Earlier he published The Gazette at Haverhill, edited Early* iu the forties there was an important state election, and The Express made ar­ rangements to get the result before its rivals. All the election returns in those days, whe Thurlow Weed ran things generally, wentt.) the office of his paper, Tho Albany Journal, for there was no telegraph to bring the news to New York. Mr. Brooks went to Albany with a force of printers, arranged with Mr. Weecf to get his returns, and...

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. — 17 December 1886

Site §ijsmarcfe Mtotw. BT M. H. JKWK1.I,. THE DAILY TBIBUNE, Pnblifihod every morning, except Monday, at Bi» caarok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte •t the city at 25 cents per week. or#l per month. StTBSOBIPTtOM BATES: daily one moni Daily three months, postage Daily six months, postage Daily one year, postage itagepaid, »advertising me #100 8 00 5 00 -10 00 ST- THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, t. pagea, containing a summary of the news of week, both foreign and local published every Friday, sent postage paid, to any address, for one rear *2 ssix months, fl three months, 75 cents. The WKKLY TBIBDKK is the oldest paper in North Dakota »"d the aim is made to make It a "la of Dakota affairs. Itscircn 1 in the territory and the States. BUNS, like the weekly edition, •ontaiaimc the fall associate adestaMei s, is crash whioh to reach all nothwestern towns and military posts remote from railroad lin«e. The DRNI TBIBTTNX will be foond on file at ihe Gfrand Paoifio hotel, and Lord & Tho...

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. — 17 December 1886

'f? 7 JM\x DAKOTA. A Few Observations From the Ex Capital Needed Appropria­ tions For the Insane. The County Seat Fijfht in Spink Fi­ nally Ends—Kedfield Gomes Out Victorious. Yankton. YANKTON, DAK, Dec". 8.—[Special] There is something about the southern part of Dakota that at once shows its age and also gives one the impression of stability and permanency. Riding along the rail­ road from Hutchinson county south, one not only sees groves of thrifty trees at short intervals, but all along, on either side, farm buildings and cultivated land. It is said there are not two sections of land in the Yankton district that have not been entered upon. The streets of Yankton are exceptionally wide and lined on either side by vigorous looking trees, which, even in winter, are materially beautifying. Here, too, are not only a few fine residences, but very many, which impress one with the idea that their builders have become Yankton citizens with the determination to stay. And so of the business...

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. — 17 December 1886

••'. Jss: W& 1: rv I ft I FT FC sft fc* .ifi, I jr I i\ te* 1 tr/ ff |&L JUOGE COREY DEAD. ff Judge Erner N. Corey, One of Bis­ marck's Pioneer Citizens, p,,:" Has Passed Away. The Funeral Will Take Place To-day Under the .Auspices of the Masonic Loilge. A Sensation in Emmons County—Re­ turning With the Prisoner Personal Mention Death of Emer X. Corey. At 10:30 o'clock Sunday evening, fimer N. Corey^ clerk of the district court and United States commissioner, died at his residence on Second street. For several years the deceased had suffered from throat and pulmonary troubles, and during the blizzard of the 6th inst. contracted such a severe cold that he was unable to leave his home up to the time of his death. He was 42 years of age, and leaves a wife and two charming little daughters. The death of Judge Corey created a sen­ sation throughout the city, as he had ap­ peared to be in the best of health. He was one of the pioneers of the city, having been one of three citizens...

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. — 17 December 1886

mnmrqrrvF- -7* ®r,, fetr A V1 MODEL STATE LIBRARY. Ss! THE 8TAfE LIBRARY IN THE CAPI TQL AT HARRISBURG, PA. Quaint Parchment Deed* Containing tlje Grotesque Signatures of Aboriginal Chiefs—The Books, "Works of Art -and Famous Portraits. A I O building at Harrisbtirg, Pa., is on the -ummit of a "sill in the very .jeart of that pretty little it a though the ele­ vation is in­ considerable, it is sufficient to give an ex cellent view of the surround­ ing country from the win­ dows of the capitoL The winding Sus­ quehanna, the distant rani*e of the Blue mountains, and the rich farms in the adjacent valley land are all plainly visi­ ble on a clear day. Then the well planned grounds, which are handsomely terraced with flower plots and shaded walks, serve in con­ junction' with the splendid prospect to make this spot the most desirable for the site of the state capital. The buildings are of the most substantial, unpretentious style of archi­ tecture, with great white columns supporting 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. — 17 December 1886

'Ms v& ©,,, 1. HARMONY AND PEACE. Jndge Pratt, of Grand Forks, Not a Candidate for Jndire -r s 'V Francis' Position. -., The Ladies of the Catholic Church Will Give Their Oyster Sup­ per To-night. Judge Pratt Is Not a Candidate. Among Wednesday's arrivals in the city was Judge C. B. Pratt, of Uraad Forks, one of the leading democrats in the territory and as pleasant a gentleman as you could wish to meet Contrary to what might have been suspected from recent reports, he did not come upon a political mission, but was called hither by the severe illness of his.popular son, who is now at the Lam bortt jhospite! suffering from a severe at­ tack! of inflammatory rheumatism- It having been reported that Judge Pratt was to succeed Judge Francis as associate justice of the supreme court, he was asked as to the truth of the report have seen these reports," replied the judge, "and can say that they are not true. lam not a candidate ^or the position and would not accept it were it offered. ...

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. — 24 December 1886

VOL. 14. NO.29 THE SPRINGER BILL. A Bill to Enable Dakota, Montana, Washington and New Mexico to be Admitted Into the Union. The Introduction of the Bill the Out Come of a Conference by the Democrats of the House. The Springer Bill. WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 22. The following is the text of the Springer bill for the admission of Dakota and other territories. The introduction of this bill is the outcome of a conference by the dem­ ocrats of the house, and the bill is likely, therefore, to pass that body within a short time. It will then go to the senate, where it will be amended and returned to the house to die—if the amendments prove ob­ noxious to the controlling spirits of that body: A bill to enable the people of Dakota, ti and New Mexico Montana, Washington to form constitutions and state govern­ ments, and to be admitted into the union on an equal footing with the original states: Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress...

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. — 24 December 1886

1& 2 2** N" w-% I' (W5 DONE IN WASHINGTON. JPhe Senate Accepts the Tract of Land •Us Donated by Chicago For Military Purposes.i. ||/A Senate Bill to Extirpate Pleuro Pneumonia—A New Post­ master For Handan. WJfiil ./ SENATE. ACCEPTING A TRACT OF LAND. WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.—Mr. Mitchell, of Oregon, offered preambles and resolutions calling on the secretary of war for infor­ mation as to the unauthorized building of a steam launch on the Columbia river, and as to the reduction of wages of laborers en­ gaged in the work of improvements on the river. Laid over. The house bill to grant the Marieop & Phoeilix railway company, of Arizona, the right of way through the Gila Indian reservation was taken up, amended and passed. The senate in joint resolution author­ ized the secretary of war to accept a tract of land on Lake Michigan, twenty-five miles from Chicago, donated by the Com­ mercial club of Chicago for military pur­ poses. 1 SOUSE. MORRISON DOWNED AGAIN. WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.—...

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. — 24 December 1886

A MEDAL OF HONOR. Aatlboiiud by Congress, and Yet Seldom Heard Of, In the early days of Che civil war Secretary Stanton proclaimed that "alacrity, daring, courageous spirit and patriotic seal on all occasions and under every circumstance Is expected from the army of the United States. And the people of the United States "will rejoice to honor every soldier and officer who proves bis courage by charging with the bayonet and storming intrenchments, or in the blaze of the enemy's fire!" And to cany out this purpose congress authorized the con­ ferring of a decorative medal of honor for dis­ tinguished conduct in the presence of the enemy. A thousand heroes have been so decorated, but so quietly has it been done that bat few persons have ever heard of it The war department has recently and tardily publishol the list of men who re­ ceived the medal during the war. Since the war there have been about 300 of these medals distributed, and it is to be hoped that the names of these gallant 80...

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. — 24 December 1886

i'fe •P 4 A P. & Pil If IP?® BT H. H. JKWKLL THE i)Al!iX TRIBUNE, Published every morning, except Monday, at Bis marok, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parte •f the oity at 25 oentaper week, or $1 per mon'h. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: daily one monti Daily three mon Daily six months, postage] Daily one year, postage paid i- $ 1 00 800 600 W 10 00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local published every ft-iday, sent postage paid, to any addreee, for one rear (2: six months, $1 three months, 75 cents. The WKKKLY TBIBOKX is the oldest paper in North Dakota and the aim is made to make it a containing the full associated press dispatches, is a desirable advertising medium through which to reach all nothweetem towns and military post* remote from railroad lines. The DAIXT TBIBTJN* will be foond on file at the Grand Paoific hotel, and Lord A Thomas, ad­ vertising agents, Chicago, and at reading rooms and news depots througho...

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. — 24 December 1886

Vrfi^ftr''''''^. VM ,** f,1 J) "*jv In tbe pure soul, although it sing or pray, The Christ is born anew from day todays The life that knoweth. Him shall hide apart And keep eternal Christmas in the heart. Wi.ramncTH 8TPAET PHELPS. CHRISTMAS, .£».) Hang up the vine and the holly, Sign the cross over the door, That Joy coming' in with the Christmas, May go from the place nevermore. Gather love gifts for the children, Guard well the mystical way, That the Christ child comes at the midnight To bless with bright favors the day. Bring in good cheer and be merry. Dance and ring out glad song Hie stars of a Bethlehem desert looked down on a Christ happy throng. Qo jre in hovel and highway, Guests to bring in to the feast Angels shall unawares greet ye In those the world counteth as least. Sound the sweet Christ loving anthem— Echoes will bear it on high— To the angels made joyous forever By ChristOMSof love in the sky. Bow down and worship the spirit Of the feast, the invisible King Lo He c...

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. — 24 December 1886

tm. kmmm. If Ir WX\ Wl I §i S& "My SOME BAD MEN. |'?H' Fred Lolus, a Colored "Sportsmen," Indulges in a Little Harm­ less Shooting:. Two Gunning Linguists Use the Scan­ dinavian Language to Very Good Advantage. The Fair a Snccess—The Carnival Programme—Personal and Miscellaneous. Mirage and Notes at Prairie Blast. PRAIRIE BLAST P. O., Dec. 16,1886. •v DEAR FATHER: I see you have been having a mirage up your way, and that the 1 mud of the river was transformed into a "silvery sheen that the turbulent stream spread out until it appeared like a "mo­ tionless limpid sea," and several other drugs that my library at Prairie Blast does not enumerate. This reminds me of a mirage that was administered to me by some un­ known hand a few evenings since. You know that a mirage usually appears in the form of that which you most desire. On the great deserts the thirsty traveler sees lakes and rivulets of sparkling water be fore him, and they keep right on before him until Death cries "keno" a...

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. — 24 December 1886

THE GAME OF CURLING. HOW A FORTY-POUND CURLING STONE SKIMS OVER THE ICE. A. Cold Weather Sport Which is Becom­ ing National—A Scotch Game Orignally. In Scotland 1,400 Flayers are Some* times Encaged at Once. Among the other amusements which have been brought into play to make the winter pass quickly is the fine old Scotch game of curling. Our people are finding that the more outdoor exercise they get the healthier and handsomer they are. And exercise in the shape of fun and amusement is better for the health than work, some people think. Curling is tole commended because it gives play to the muscles at once oft he chest, arms and legs. It a game on ice. In brief, it consists in skimming a heavy stone along he t-e till it arrives .t a given target. It is played by ir. embers of clubs. There is something COH1.1NG STONE. in this game which arouses all the enthusiasm of a Scotchman, and that is a good deal. The feeling is ex­ tremely infectious, too, judging by the way American boys are...

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. — 24 December 1886

$„* 1SW Wi il?-1 i Ik 1? W' Vtl SCHOOLS AND FAIRS Monopolize Most of the Space iu the Tribune's Local Columns This Morning:. The Schools Will Close To-morrow With Interesting: and In­ structive Exercises. Packard Explains A. Cow BOy's Tribute—Personal and Gen­ eral Notes. Our Schools. It is many months since the TBIBUNK gave prominence to the public schools of this city, and the non-resident readers will recognize the justice of devoting at least once in the year a goodly amount of space to this important factor in the advance­ ment of the country and the elevation of its civilization. As for the city readers they will be pleased to read of the progress and enlightenment of their sons and daugh­ ters, and will applaud every endeavor to encourage the teachers and the pupils. The schools are in excellent condition, and have marched abreast with the best educa­ tional institutions of the country. Professor Abbey has maintained that splendid disci­ pline which he established two years a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck weekly tribune. — 31 December 1886

J* V-"-^ VOL. 14. NO.30 THE DEAD PATRIOT. The Funeral Will Occur Friday, and the Remains Temporarily In­ terred in Washington. fifteen Thousand Dollars Raised by Private Subscription for Mrs. Logan—Other Notes. These Were His Friends. WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.—Capt George £. Lemon, of the National Tribune, this mornibg started a subscription fund for the benefit of Sirs. Logan, with $10,000 and sent invitations to hundreds of Genera) Logan's friends and admirers throughout the country asking them to contribute. The Western Union Telegraph company tendered the free use of its wires for trans­ mitting contributions. The responses are now coming rapidly and $l,000-subscrip tions have been received from Senator Sawyer, Hon. William Walter Phelps, John B. Drake, of Chicago, Governor Alger, of Michigan, Geo. M. Pullman and others. The receipts in five hours since the sub­ scription was started amounted to $10,000. All persons desiring to contribute should telegraph G. £. Lemon, Citizens Nation...

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. — 31 December 1886

THE DEATH OF LOGAN. The "'Warrior Statesman Obeys the Summons of His Master and $ Softly Passes Away. The End of the General's Useful Life Came Unexpected by His Nearest Friends. The Sad Death Bed Scene—Telegrams of Condolence Received by the Sorrowing Widow. Arrangements for the Burial. WASHINGTON. Dec. 27.—Gen. John A. Logan died three minutes before 8 o'clock Sunday afternoon. His death, which came with startling suddenness to his family and friends, had not been unexpected by his physicians for several days. The lurking tendency to brain complication, which had bean present in a greater or less degree and constantly increasing in severity during his entire illness, had prepared them to ex­ pect the worst The racking pains which he suffered during the early days of his illness yielded to treatment, but left him in a weak and exhausted condition, from which he never rallied and npon which the fever preyed with increasing violence until the hour of his death. After midnight on Satu...

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. — 31 December 1886

II?"' s|h ft fr. •& l$:- DOUBLE TRAGEDY. A1 Smith, the Fancy Skater, Fatally Shot by His Brother in .•. Miles City. '..V.. \, A Disreputable Woman, Who Was Implicated in the Shooting:, Takes Her Own Life. Other Montaiia News. Miles city, Dec. 27.—[Special.]—Sunday afternoon, while on a Christmas drunk, Frank and A1 Smith, two brothers who have been giving skating exhibitions here lor the past two months, went into the bag­ nio of Emma Richmond and while A1 Smith was conversing with the landlady and an­ other of the inmates named Clara Chase Frank Smith came into the room, and go­ ing up to them began abusing the Chase woman, and struck her with his pistol, and almost immediately afterward fired two shots, one of which entered her right arm and passed entirely through the body of his brother, killing him instantly. Frank Smith was arrested, as was aiso Emma Richmond, who succeeded in getting hold of a quantity of laudanum, Which she drank. All attempts to resuscitate her have 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. — 31 December 1886

'I' Sv •fr ft. if Wit §fawwir«h Ititouw. BY M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TBIBUNK. Published every morning, exoept Monday, at Bis Marok, Dakota, ia delivered by carrier to all parte •i tjho dtr at 25 cents per week, or $1 per mrn+h. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: feiirone mon~_ Didly three months, postage Oaily six months, postage Dally one year, postage pali JIVO adeanUeadvertisingmediumthrougnwhioh to raaoh all nothwestem towns and military posts remote from railroad linee. The DAILY THIBUNX will be found on file at ftbe QianJPacifio hotel, and Lord & Thomas, ad­ vertising agents, Chicago, and at reading rooms •ml news depots throughout the country. The general eastern advertising agent of the TBJBTJMIITS THE s* Vti- & I It l| A. FTBiohardson, Boom 65, Tribune Building, New York. All advertisements for the fUBun from poi east of Hlinois should be •aat to him. OENKKAL JOHN A. LOGAN. The announcement of the death of Sen­ ator Logan Sunday afternoon touched the hearts of more people in the fe...

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. — 31 December 1886

J^l*1 .' i* Special Correspondents at Pierre, New Salem and Taylor Famish I^ Budgets of News. Marshal Maratta Will resign to Ac «ept the 4aditorship—The Ter­ ritory iu General. A Voice From JMerre. PIEBRB, DAK., Dec. 27.—[Special.]— I have been'a resident of Pierre for over two years. I am firm in the belief that Dakota is a healthy, rich fertile country and that she will rapidly push to the front, either as a territory or as one or two states, as the case may be. I am in favor of division «n^ admission as South and North Dakota. Then Bismarck can be the capital of North Dakota iii peace and let Pierre have the capital of South Dakota. I know times are dull, but I believe in the future. Pierre and Bismarck will be the queen cities of Dakota. Bismarck is not dead but recuper­ ating. It has a beautiful location, and will row to be & fine city. I wish to apprise tne TRIBUNE not to oppose division too strongly, for If you do you may make a mis­ take. It is all fair enough, probably,...

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. — 31 December 1886

.iPWjpfsli t' U- I I 6 Pf B# 1 THE DAYS WORK In the Field of News Where the *"•,v Festive Young Gleaners Gleefully Glean. If Trooper of Fort Yates Frozen to Death While Going: •to Winona. Bell Sells His Ticket—Crushed by a Snow PI AW—Ponannol At first we threw dice for ale, but a few glasses were sufficient to banish all thoughts of economy, and we began to throw for wine. The luck was against the baron (as we called young Monchelieu), and, with that good humor born of content­ ment and plenty, he paid for the liquor and saw that it was brought promptly upon the heels of his defeat. Burbank soon lost his good luck, and he in turn was compelled to pay for the refreshments, which alternated between pure Havauas and "extra dry." 1 lost once, and by this time we decided that a supper, at a restaurant would assist in absorbing the liquor and keeping us on our feet. I paid for the supper and, al­ though I could illy afford the luxury, wine was on the throne and I cared for little save the...

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