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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

3&k mtfAiy. _.,_ .... MS /Ctffi iff,.' sriripi? piuE Wi Jiey followed Utter the fugitives. He pressed them too lard and t^scfepe a doubtful em iounter lie Indians spftad bnft like a fan: They fere soon jin |cvery direction', aid the (•oops sadfy bWBwb^T.wUan' j^ct cs are jo much for the qivilized jcotre. The ldiers ran themselves down. They katahed through a waters ountry and le upsliot was a wpm out and demorai id command. The Indianajliave turned at Red Cloud's fcampw jn Southern Fakota, west of thejMissottfi, and near ^liite Cliy creek. Red Cfe iostile in'his mind /stand crowding. It Mr. Agent says R. C. is mad, and that one of the possibilities of the future is a des­ cent upon the Black Hills. To anticipate the Cheyennes and the hundreds ot rene­ gades from Red Cloud, Creek, forto wortlil it like Ai ]icaliy^ ii1#^ |the world:' ika jwy tc -W I'^i 2»JtVILS £. re on ka In and lis of bne .limAMjt If 'Bathing, tolooct-'lM«jf Eluddthilr jrbin B(4 t)l«i«- rail Uen.' Miles?. Famoi ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

X, y, s}& IV 1 f: 'vtffi-, ~a( fee'' V.. IfS-t Mm It -*Ji SfiOWIN«OGTlERtI THE HANLAX-COURTXET SCULLING MATCH. V.1 ... •, I V* Beautiful te Look Upon. But a Flrst-Class Swindle—Telegrams of Sporting Men -Sbowlne that Courtney Sold the Match— 7 Comment* of the "Spirit of- the Times" /•"With Evidence of the Fraud--Miscella­ neous Sporting Events. 1119 Water $ ]'g HANLAN-COUBTNBY. HATCH. \ir FAMONTBEAXJ, Que., Oct. 3.—Folly 10,000 people witnessed the Hanlan-Courtney race to-day. ?/. Hanlan wonthe choice of position and took the outside, therebygetting the lee'of Isle of Dorval. Sheriff Harding formally announced the judges appointed by the contestants, that he should call, out the men by four whistles !h from the steamer. This occurred about 4:15 p. v., and after waiting some little time, during which Hanlan and Courtney were notified, the 'steamer proceeded from the dock to appoint near the contestants1 juai*te^s where the signals to come out were given. They were obeyed with ala...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

W 1 4~^^j:in "Meditation." £fteeugh tbe interlacing Tines are golden "sunbeams sifting AffOundher, wrapped in happy dreams, tbe •gweet: coy zephyrs play, •thousand faint and perinmed scuts upon •their pinions drifting From lihed gardens near her and from meadom fimnsr Unheeded on her dainty lap tfie^8n,'i»iffe is lying .... A wooes hefrloying eyesto its de M-. -?A 1 vjc^ 'iff —J* V.- -r^' t*TKonglfnow tier wandering thoughts haw gene, like silver doves a-fiying, 0 Remote fitota monkish refiMd and^ from (J"t ff'J.3 MB.*' While the dear old missal held herdid she list 5*# toC9nvei)f bellsj», "luftintr pure and sacred voices-calling hal- y, lowed souls to prajer?, Us,j Q* jBoft Proveiidil ^B^j-hythmic sin de licious dwells a a palpitating air?.... •'& Koee before he$ grand and stably, castles'ofia ... hrave renown? I Did she hear the bugle's, pealing, dip she thrill at warder's cryj As they hasted, loyal-hearted, lowered tn an J*: tique draw-bridge down, fr While the knight, with g...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

^ftr & Jf Fa ka kxJ *k£ *j !. BY STANLEY hUNTLtV. HUBSCRIPTION KATE8: WEMKIIT ADVERTISING SALVTATOKY. Iforthwestern Dakota has wanted but one thing to make her perfect, and that is an orthodox, square-toed, rock-rooted, iron bound, brass-finished, copper-bottomed, anouuiyjin-buttressed, God-fearing t)emo cratieasewspaper, and such the BISMARCK TUIIKSKE is, and will be henccforth. We :'have gurcliased the paper, good will, ma teritt-1, /business, and evciything except its 1'epwUlocaat principles, of Col. C. A. Lo cxs retires from journalism, and .we arete©®- .sitting around prepared to take sube®?)p(fl®as and advertisements, aud do any ^liaes ©f job work with neatness and •,-aa, ajarjjiltjp'wrliich will be onty equalled by 't lie presentation of the bills therefor. As -'to paper will be (apart frpra its po)U.iQi')^we refer the reader to the journal 'W3tic.ijTro.vurib, "a newspaper is what you make 5t,"aisd -observe that we propose to T\vith^i56!iiii!be THAT *v^ vv! Oite Year, $2 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

4« sgi^.. 3w' jf'*fA* */c (2 h& a%¥, i-i \*t£,U 'i A" n"" 1,1 .- lyj'^ Mtll fc 'v'*1 1 S-iT' t,\ 'fc'..' V?'" ,^-H'- U- r? •,fMtty BISMARCK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1878. Prominent People. •,' W. H. Rosa is said to be doing well at Miles City. W. B. Jordan, post trader at Buford, came down on the Eclipse. 4 ,'•!•' II. F. Douglas1 family have gone to Winona to spend the winter. V- W. D. O'Toolc, post trader at Fort Keogh, has gone below for a mouth. •v W. G. Smith, who put in the hay contract at Buford, has gone to Couii. Mr. E. S. Conroy. of Chicago, has been in the city for several days on a hunt. Mrs. C. A. Lor.nsberry and Miss Bell.Comeford will return to-morrow morning. Mrs. J. Iy Wethorbv, ol' :his city, haa been eick at her old bo:uc in Hudson, Wis. Col. E. W. .Smith, of Geu. Terry's staff, visited Bismarck and Lincoln last week.. Agent E. H. Alden and C. W. Darling, trader at Fort Berthuld were down this week. Miss Ada Murphy, of St. Panl, has returned from her visit, to the L...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

ft .!5J ms FOREIGN MISSIONS. 1 Annual Session of the American Board at Milwaukee—Interesting Reports Showing General Prosperity. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 1.—The?^nierican board of eommi«sioners for foreign missions began its sixty-ninth annual session at Emmanael church, this city, at 3:30 ThflrB.nra.abuntl.500 o'clock this afternoon. delegate* aml-*beirfaim- '"lies in attendance, President Mark Hopkins in £the-chai»y- -After devotional- services, Kev.E. Packard, Evanston, 111., -was elected as­ sistant recording sectetafr. Bev: E. Kv Alden/of the Boston Home, sec retary, then read the report of the pradential committee on the home department, from which it appears that during the past year seven of the corporate members have been en­ rolled among the dead. Six missionaries and thirteen assistant missionaries have been added to the missionary force daring the past year. It is proposed lor the present to continue to rely upon the fidelity of, pastors and churches to pustain thS otijbsipnaty '...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

:V". f* f' &£> •m ire HOUSE, FARM, GAKDEN. i-.: $ fc|| Y'- plant is much like a large Hollyhock. 'v1' with yellow flowers, woich are succeeded by angled podsx six inches or more long and over an inch thick. These pods are BO up .• •v»j '. .«. .:.£?• -.-• t\ JXffi": OkM-Hnmbo From theAmerican Agriculturist. •-.• .•• .: Okra is a vegetable that is slow in finding it way to the garden and tin 'able in the Nothern States, while in Southern families it is in very geiieral use. The tender that they will break, are very mucilaginous,'*and gives off when-cooked, a large amount'of. gummy matter. If they begin- '"to mature, they becoinc woody, filled with hard round seeds, and quite unlike anything edible. Though in the catalogues, the plant is called "Okra or Gumbo," the name Gumbo properly belongs to thb dish prepared from the pods, rather than the plant itself, as the Southern cooks make Gombosoup without the useoi' Okra, but substitute the pitch and young'leaves cf s&safras, on...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 October 1878

ferifc® I. I ii y' fe11 Ift'V •m BISMARCK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. », I8J8. SASOSIC. The regular commnnicationi) of Bismarck Lodge No. 130, a:F & A. M.. are held In their hall on the first and third mondays of each month-at 7 p. m. Brothers in good -landing are cordially in­ vited: JOHN DAVIDSON, W. M. ... hi. N.""COREY, Sec. I. O.O.F., day. Brother* 4ii good «an«ng aw cordially-in vued. v." SIG HANAbElJ, N. G. E. O. KOSTWICK. R. See. j{EtIGIOUS »KKVI€K8. At the Presbyterian Church evere Sabbath timing at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath even nig commencing at 7:30 o^clock. Sabbath School service. .Prayer meet­ ing. Kevv I. O. Sloan, iiunediately alter mornirigi ing every Thmrsday evenin Pastor. Arrival ami Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and from the east ar­ rive daily, except Monday* at i. m. Depart ,„a B». Leave for Forts Stephenson, sts every $ahday, every Monday, ford and the Tongue river posl Wednesday and Friday, arrtvin Wednesday and, Friday. ... Leave for Fort Kice and...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

lis ftttp S J: „!7Sfi vtf1 4i-t AjtfffflBi'B J* :r,6i A» vf Owf k'i^r,^: 4**^'' u» TT^?tt4ir $f r^i*' f«i".,,n' v,f rwf sM ,T4Ty" '. ,* t, «l a t.'3 l' VOL. VI. IN THE LOCAL POLITICAL POT THE WOULD BE HONORED ABE BOILING. -..^ ••.*••' #£ircSt'is|:' News and Gossip From thd Conven tions—The Democrats Take a Whack At Slaving Statesmen, and the Peo­ ple's Party Follow Up—Shadows of Coming Events. COUNTY CONVENTION, Saturday afternoon the Democratic con­ vention assembled for the purpose of nom­ inating county officers and members of the Territorial legislature^'- Mr. Dennis Hannifin called the conven­ tion to order, and on motion, Col. Thomp­ son was elccted permanent chairman, and Col. Sweet, secretary. There was no delay in getting to busi­ ness. Col. Thompson thanked the con­ vention for choosing him to preside, in a tew words, and called for the pleasure of the convention. I Dr. J. P. Dunn moved the appointment of a committee of five to select suitable candidates for county officer...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

IN THE LOCAL POLITICAL POT THE WOULD BE HONORED ARE BOILING. News and Gossip From thd. Conven­ tions—The Democrats Take a Whack At Blaj^ingStatesmen, and the Peo­ ple's Party Follow Up—Shadows of Coining Events. COUNTY CONVENTION. Saturday afternoon the Democratic con­ vention assembled for the purpose of nom­ inating county officers and members of the Territorial legislature."' Mr. Dennis Hannifin called the conven­ tion to order, and on motion, Col. Thomp­ son was elected permanent chairman, and Col. Sweet, secretary. There was no delay in getting to busi­ ness. Col. Thompson thanked the con­ vention for choosing him to preside, in a tew words, and called for the pleasure of the convention. Dr. J. P. Dunn moved the appointment of a committee of five to select suitable candidates for county officers. The mo­ tion prevailed, and the chair appointed Dr. J. P.' Dunn, and Messrs. C. R. Wil­ liams, Joseph Hare, Charles Galloway and Dennis Hannifin. The Committee withdrew, and while ab­ ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

Si'--' & WflKgas mr Death at the Goal.' Suggested by the old legend that, one of the Cru 00^%-P saders died qfJoy on his first sight of Jsrusa JlPv" "lem' £***. V1 {r H8 sailed across the glittering seas that swept Jo music toward the East Far off, along the shore, the nations wept— People, and King, and priest. For every land was heavy with the grief That one fair city bore, And half the world was gone to her relief, Half wept upon the shore.* He heard that seund of anger and of tears, And in his steadfast eye Resolve to right the bitter wrong or years Shone yet more stern and high. And nearer every day the ranrise glowed, And filled his. heart with fire, Still drawing him swiftly onward,till it showed The land of his desire. He touched the shore, and knelt with tears at length To kiss the sacred strand. Then rose to seek, clad in solemn strength, The city of the land. Across the low pale hills he took his way, By dreary tower and tomb, Across the plains of Sharon, where to-day...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

The Belgian minister is- to marry a New Ycwk'lieUfe."'- T' O A r'\ A Alain,: la., hqs £,5 ye^cftjli} girl/ whevjweighs 100 pounds. New York city reduced in debt over $5,000,000 in he as a Lumbdr xriills employ 75']^er Sent, more labor than flour mill*. About $7,500,000 is invested in manufactures in LeWiston, Me^*^ Marahalltown, Ia.,has500 more scholars than its schools can accommodate. Nearly all of the needles made in Great Britain come from Bed&itch, in Worcestershire. French once gave the Cleveland Medical Oollege $1,000, and, the faculty stole his body. The best article we ever saw on that noblest of animals, the horse, was a covered side-sad­ dle. President "Garrett, of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, will arrive from Europe on the 15th instant. Lord Rosebery made a brilliant speech on the opening of anew school of science and arts in Scotland. The subscriptions lately raised for Mario will secure to him an annuity of about $30 per week. Paris has 65,000 house, London 4...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

4$? fSfc* *4*1 BY STANLEY HUNTLEY SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WziKLTf One Year, $2 60 Six Months, ISO Three Months 75 ADVERTISING BATES: Transient.—One inch, one time' $1 snbseqnent insertions, SO cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-live cents per folio for first insertion and fifty cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months, $5 2!4 inches, three months, $10 5 inches, (15 10 inches, $23 30 inches, $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines, $8.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. For Delegate to Congress, BARTIiETT TRIPP. Of Dakota. BISMARCK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1878. FOR what office.are you a candidate? THE Black League seems to do pretty well in the South just now. FOR plaster to heal the split in the Dem ocratic ranks, apply to the nearest drug Store. SWASH away, boys, and start your men well ahead. The opposition may h...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

& THERE IS MORE JOY IN HEAVEN OVER ONE SINNER 8A F£D THAN TWaiS THEBV8H. *TV W Si. *:-l. ,-'fi The Boaeoe Express Is Converted from the Error of Republicanism, so it Pulls Down the en nett Flag nnd Raises the Tripp- Compari son of the Two Candidates. I [Roscoe (Uoodjr Co.) Express.] By'reference to the Territorial ticket at the head of this column it will be seen that we have taken down the name of Granville G. Bennett, and placed in its stead that of Bartlett Tripp as our choice for delegate in Congress. By adopting this course we expect to make enemies and friends. We expect some papers in the Territory will severely censure us while others will commend our action hut this makes no difference to us. We do not make this change for the purpose of pleasing any one, nor have we made the change for the purpose of having our name heralded all over the Territory as a bolter, for a true Republican, as we pro­ fess to be, and as our record will prove, does not like that kind of notorie...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

i.ilriiwtitinrra'yirtr'liii'lfiiiaa r1 TM i®A#w l" d:= 1 *, AiiVKSI. MERCHANTS BANHOF BISMARCK Walter Mann, Prest. W. K, Mebriam,Vice Pros. Gko. H. Faibchild, Cashiur. rr~ Correspondents—American Exchange National* ppnir, New York Merchants National Bank, St. Paul. BAMJlSfllARCK. J. PRATT—connsenors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bonght. 73mo DJustice avid STEWART-Attorney at Law and City 76 tf JOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney- at ,Xaw. Fourth Street. JOHN E. CARLAND, Attorney at Law, «nd County Attorney. BHY8ICIAN8 AND SURGEONS, B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, VI ^nd TJ. S. ExairiiTijTig Surgeon.,„ Office at Dunn's Drag Store. DOCTGR H. R. PORTER. Office and Residence next to the :UJ.5wL & jTiibupe jjtaUdibff. .1U.ill Wm. A. BENTLEY, PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON, Office, Tribune blbck, up stairs, next door west of Post Office. Calls left on the slate in thk office promptly at­ tended to. Dr. A. T. BIGELOW, DENTIST. Office west end Main Street. HOTELS. Sheridan House, EL H....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

II 4 is -It: wmi 'JTtife'e tliat Puzzled tbeT)8fct»rtf."* %recdnfc dispatch "Kew' -Haven Conn., t& the York^£«B: •wwy^^case of George H. Willis, *aged ~#W*ofFairhavei, puzzles t^e physicians ?7 -wa3 a-freight cterk iitithp5, offi£e?of tbe Tbe fie New York arid New Ha^fenvRA!lroi&a Company in this city, and on Friday last went to work complaining of a severe pain in his head. He wene home and a physician was summoned. On Saturday he grew worse, but nothing serious was feared until yesterday. On arising he went for a glass of water, but while rais­ ing it to his lips was seized with a con­ vulsion which was succeeded by another, so he suffered until death supervened at noon to-day. Large quantities, of m'or phine were injected into him hypodermi cally yesterday and last night, and early this morning it was found Decessary to chloroform him, so violent had he become. Tfiii struggles in his convulsions were frightful and toward .the end it required four men to hold him in bed. H...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 October 1878

li Ik $ Ml I @bt$idmo«k8ribimc. BISMARCK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16,1878. Ts5 A*. XASOXIC. The regnlarcominunlcations of Bismarck Lodge No. 126, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall on the first and third mondaysof each month at 7 it m. Brothers in good {landing are cordially in Vited. JOHN DAVIDSON, W. M. E. N. COREY, Sec. LO.O.F. The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge No. 12 I. O. O. P., are held in Masonic Hall every Tues day. Brothers in good standing are cordially in. vited. SIG HANAUEB, N. G. E. O. BOSTWICK, R. Sec. BELIGIOU§ SERVICES. At the Presbyterian Church every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and every Sabbath even ug commencing at :30 o'clock. Sabbath School inmediately after morning service. Praver meet­ ing every Thmrsday evening. Rev. I. 0. Sloan, Pastor. Arrival antt Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and from tho east ar­ rive daily, except Monday, at 7 a. m. Depart daily except Saturday at 7 p. m. Leave for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bu l'ord and the Tongue...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

THE CRY OF THEsCARPET-BAGGER BENNETT BLO 1FS HIS BAZOO AT THE BISMARCK BOYS. TPhe RiMllfjil Candidate tor Delegate Begging For Democratic Votes—He (Stultifies Himself In a "Boomerang" Speech and leaves without a Sym­ pathiser-Bennett's Relations with Spencer. A BAD BREAK. There could be no more pitiftil spectacle than that presented by Judge Bennett at the Opera House Monday night. The an­ nouncement that he was to speak attracted a large assemblage of Democrats, who wanted to hear what the Republican can­ didate had to say, and that they, and what few Republicans attended, were thorough­ ly disappointed was testified in the scant applause and the glances of pity that were •shot at the speaker. Instead of coming out manfully and manifesting that degree of self-respect which a man in his position is supposed to possess, lie appeared mereiy -as a suppliant for votes, begging for them as a starving man might beg for bread, not ottering a solitary valid reason why any man should cast hi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

.o 1 Vnm the 8t Paul Daily Globe. LNV/sr Ifc & RRL CMA8. ETHBRIDGE A SUPPOSED FU­ GITIVE ASD DEFAULTER. M,J- j-V& %, Hit Wflpnrtnpfl From St* Pftnlp ftnd the Pc* caliitrConditioo ofAflMrit Which to Being Developed—-Amount of Plunder Un ItnoffD, but it May Beach up to Fifty Thousand Dollars—The Defaulter's Posi­ tion as a Church Member and in Other ProminAut Organizations. .. A startling bat quiet rumor wu« whispered about acter atf* yesterday afternoon, involving the char­ and conduct of Ghas. Etheridge, one of onr prominent and well known citizens. The charge was so serious that unlike ordinary rumor the tale spread slowly, as parties hearing it were mo shucked tbat they were loth to repeat it, tranting that some explanation would still be made which would clear up the cloud. The GLOBE this morning, will therefore, give the first tangible shape to the reported downfall and disgrace of one who has hitherto stood high in this community. MH- ETHEBIDOE'S BUSINESS. For some ten ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 30 October 1878

come from haunts in marshy land 'v I make a sudden sally, "I buzz and sing, wih sprightly win*, ,, s•., Through thoroughfare and alley, My merry play is not for day, I'm Bticking to the wall then But when in bed you lay your head, No idler I'm at all then. come in hosts, and no man boasts i- He feels but one proboseis His flesh I uting while others sing And .cratch the stinging process He snaps, he flaps, he slaps and claps, But vain is all his curtii.g By spank on flank, or cranky yank, His fate he's not reversing. My legs down dangle in the air, My goggle-eyes they stick out I bite you on the nose, and then Tour angry legs you kick out. You burn, you turn, you durn nor learn That while you thus are kicking, A dozen of us settled down And glad begin our picking. Oh. hark! Oh hear! how thin and clear My elfln horn is blowing At early morn your horn, my triend. Will charmingly be glowing. Hunch, I munch, I punch, I crunch, 1 fly up to the ceiling To howls or growls or tow'ls these bo...

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