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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 1 April 1881

"1» 'M' I 1 KI. il Ilje $i$tttatcft Utifem •BY -C A 'LOUN8ttMW. 'QttMfltSNlfi SUBBCttWRBMiK «ttOa»S: W^ffltfDs^ne Yefflr, -w -w tease I &!fc-'Mouth*. lltooe Months -». -. &WIH&PISL»G *FEA*FFL?S. 'Loc*. "ancl «rei«m "bMlneBg noticfep. ^0 cents Iyer lino, of Xonpnroiltype, each insertion. Ton incs to the inch Professional cards, 'fetor litnfs 'Or less, .$10 'j)«r annum. Advertineliientfin coltlmn of ''Wants," "Forj Sale." "For Jiont," etc., 10 cduts per Hue each 3 'insertion. Leirnl noticcs at rcgrtldr statute rates. OHuinsil poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply .» lit this office or send for advertising rate card. T" SECRET SOCIETIES. A.F. & A. M.—The regular communications of Bismarck Lodge No. 16, A. F. & A. M.. are held in iheir hall on the tirst and Ihlrd Mon­ days of each month, at 7 p. m. Brothers in good standing are .cordially invited. -JOHN DAVIDSON, W. M. (J, A. LOUNSKERKY, Sec'v. $ -:l. O. O. F.—The regular meeting of Man ...

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. — 1 April 1881

Proposal# For Military Supplies* HBADQUABTBBflfDEPAKTMXT OF DAKOTA, OFFICE CHIEF S~ 4447 QDAKTERJIASTKR, ST. PAUL, MIVN., March 24,1881. EALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, subject to the usaal conditions, will be received at this office or at the officeB of the Quartermasters of the the following named posts, and at Yank­ ton and Bismarck,D. T.,and Helena. M.T., un­ til 12 o'clock noon on the 23d day of April, 1881, at which time and place they will be opened in the presence of bidcers, for furnishing and de­ livery during the fiscal year commencing July 1st. 1881, and ending June 30th, 1882, of such quantities of Wood, Coal, Hay, Straw, Corn, Oats and Bran, •as may be required during said fiscal year at St. Paul and Fort Snelling. Minn., (Post and Head­ quarters of Department.) Yunkton, Forts Pem­ bina, Sisseton, Totteu, Bul'ord, Stevenson. Abra­ ham Lincoln, Meade, Yates, Bennett, iiule, liau lall. Sully, Cantonment Bad Lands, and Bis­ marck, D. T.. (Quartermaster's Depot) Forts Keog...

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. — 1 April 1881

.avt' v\' UXDElt THE SNOW. Deep under snow the mountain world For many a week had lain: 'Peep in'Biy heart'fet Muuiy a jcai Haa hid its viewless pain. There came a dft^IP4t$$iner sun —^toBUNitihe moteHlEy, 1 And premonitions of the spring ,, Wenfwanderine softly byJ And lo, a bit of earth revealed S| And lo, at little feet, Pressing the cold and cheerless sod, One pansy, pure and sweet! "Pansiea for thoughts!" and oh, for me This pansy of the snow Has thoughts that deeper than the depths Of mountain bases go: Thoughts of my little baby flower Beneath .the mounded sod Thoughts of the baby life that lives Forevermore with God. Oh, gently falls the glistening snow Where he so long has lain! Oh, gently fall the years of God Upon my bitter pain! FaH deeper yet, O years of God! There comes another day When winds from off the hills beyond Shall melt your snows away: And maay a dear, long-hidden thing, Shall then be brought to light And then, who knows but my lost Faoe Shall bloom again* as...

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. — 1 April 1881

HARNESS-MAKER. RACEK BROS., DEALERS IN COLLABS, WHIPS, LASHES, BRUSHES, COMBS, EtCi, £t« OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Strict Attention to Orders by Mail RAILWAYS. St Louis, Minneapolis & St. Paul SHORT LINE. Composed of the Minneapolis sod It hernia, BorUngton, Cedar Rapids & Northern* and Chicago, Burlington A Qalncy Railways. Making the shortest line and the best time between St. Louis and all points in the South, Southwest and Southeast, and Minneapolis and 8b Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, the most prominent of which are Lake Miunetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the {Treat lakes. Also direct line between Minneapolis, St, Paul and Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and all points East Tickets on sale at al! the important coapon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, ria Peoria. -$ Pullman Palace Sleeping: Cars of latest make and improvements on through ex ureas trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. Tickets and sleeping car berths can be s...

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. — 1 April 1881

iiemarck tribune. HELI6IOUS 8ERYKSBS. -METHODIST CHURCH—Services ercry Sun dav in the new chnrch on 5th street, at ft. ai»« j». ni. .•nudajr school immediately alter V'or"mS, service. Prayer meeting every enneuiay evening at the parsonage at 7.30 m* 'Chubcu npTHE Brud J. M. Bull. Pastor. 'PitE.sBYTERLAS CucBCB.—Snndar scrvice at 11 a. iM.and 7:00 p. m„ St. Paui time. All are in­ vited Heats free. Sunday school immediately s'.ltc- morning service. WeeKiy prayer ana tcacHers' meeting Wednesday eveniuig at 8:15 clock. W. C. high -mat's with sermon., 10:30 a. m. Sunday scheol p. l*. vesners,'exhortation and benediction, p.m. Main street, west end. Rev. Williams. Rector. or Life (Episcopal)— .Rev. J. tt. SJiller. Rector. Services every 'Sunday at 11 a. in and 7 p.m. THE METROPOLIS. Hosedale to night at Whitney's. Rare treat at Whitney's to-night. The busses did a bis business Wednes­ day. L. N. Griffin lost a wagon or two in the flood. Tlxe N. P. transfer parted three lines •out of the s...

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. — 8 April 1881

a VOL. VIII. rrcur J.P. Forater hM returned. John 1.8t«en,of Clark farm, visited the •city this week. Geo. Aluderson, of the Butte Miner, -was a passenger east on Monday's train. GOT. Wise has retarded from St. Louis, whither he has been daring the past win iter. John Quinlan will not be home for two or three weeks yet as his father is very sick. Capt. J. C. Barr has accepted the pos i ition of pilot on the steamer Gen. Sher •maa. F. C. Corey, brother of E. N. Corey, has accepted a clerkship at the Sheridan •House. a F. Jay Haynes viewed Mandan Wednes­ day and left yesterday for Fargo to devel op his views. Joseph Leighton, who has bought the steamer Eclipse, came up from St. Paul Monday. E. F. Angevine now registers "N. P. Transfer," he having accepted the posi. tion of clerk on that boat. Win. C. Badger, son of Lieut. Badger, •6th Infantry, registered at the Sheridan Monday from Long Lake Creek. A. brother of Sig Hanauer, of ihe great St. Paul Branch clothing House, this city, is ...

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. — 8 April 1881

aJM- ',:: ALU SliegiatmrckSribmic. 0. A. L0UN8BERY, Publisher. BISMABCK, DAKOTA NEWS SUMMAR^ RAILROADS. Parties who profess to know say there is more in the rumored consolidation of the Chi­ cago & Northwestern and Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul companies flmn Iim come to the sur­ face. .r:": Rates are jeduoed on grain, provisions and live hogs, iKe cents, commencing on April 1, thus malurig*rate8 on grain thirtv cents and on py/vgiaM»a nui lift htfft -4b»ty-five -oenW-l TheseTates iwnalu hi force dnriuythe gtaemer^'eeilam^ montfefcA .HjjlL IA*AM 1*1 'Q Mr O. C. Smith of La Orosse, has taken W" $* miles in all This lea vBBibut" ten miles yet in­ tervening between the end of the .present coDy tract fcttd theiake.' .tj'.h-c 1 t'i i. TtteipMeenge^andifMaght idep&ts of the Oc­ cidental railway, at Montreal, were, burned. Aquanitttyof"%urt®hrtferBfcoJed-in'the latter tploded, blow±Qft &w«bnilding.atoms agd^ Prevest' was killed in a the excitement *hy an engine running oyer I Lo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 8 April 1881

BflfitABOK J*N A WM. BuaniaBS-cABPS. 13^N. PoarthOireet D^VmMTg JOHN OB^P^AWg&T, A3*& DENTAL ROOMS, 12 W. Mais Street R. PORTER, 1L D. A Office, 37 "DANS OP BISMARCK. X) J. W. RAYMOKD, Office President W. B. BKLli, CaMiier. general tanking baaneM transacted. Interest allowed on time depoJBH^Oro^fc^^BSpptB'J^r pTBST NATIONALBANK .^inDU™ Correspon2enfa— Bank, New York: Merchants National Bank, Bt Paul. .... -... ... A. BENTLEY, M. D., r. hu j.r .FHYSIpIAN, AND /SlJlKfBON. Calls left the i^e in th«fo^ will reeeire mmmyuuum!^ 17MER N. COREY, .'r? U. S. COMMISSIONER, •Judge of Probate and Ct^^oMpiiti^c* Court. one door below Tribune Block. GEO. W. 8WEBT. 7X01 A. SOYBLIi eWKET & SOYELL, T?.iRAT. ESTATE AGENTS,' S No. UN. Fourth Bt., Bismarck, D. T. Iiands located, bought and-sold.' Conveyancing and abstracts of' title to ill1 lands and town property in Burleigh WontyifiumUh(£d.,„We havq.the only complete set of abstracts in Che county. Contested land claims before tne local an...

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. — 8 April 1881

!i XSs-V TRISOKI WB«*IPTIO» KINS: WCEZLY, OB* Tear, «2 SO tlx Months. Three Months ,- T5 AtoV«RTI8IHtt SAtfeB. Loea. II4 •retani iHinhmtt Mfteea. *0 cant* 'l!L'r ll«, of NoBp^^T~ASSrtl«.Tea incs to the inch. Professional carte, VOttr fhraa or less, $10 lcr an num. AdterTlKinneDt* tn'csttomn of "Want*," "For Sale." '-For Kent," etc., 10 eemU per like eadi neertion. Leual uottcea at regular statata rates. Ori|ioal poetry $1 per line. For contract rates ofdis at this office or aend ifdUplajr advertising apply for aarertiaing rate card. SKCRKT SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M.—The regolar eotainanlcatleas ef Bismarck Lodge No. 10, A. P. A A. M., are held in their hall on th« irat and third Mon­ days or eaoh aBeeth,.*t 7 9. m.' Brathera ia good itandiagars oerdtaliy Invited. J«kK DAVUMO*, W. X. v, A. LovxsxBB«r,V»cV U.O. O. F.—Tbs renter meeting of Man dan I-odge No. 12*rekeM in Raymonds hall every Tueaday Bwtkera in good standing are cor­ dially invited. Wm. Yea KDSTKB, N. G. W*. BABUB, Sec....

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. — 8 April 1881

jytycMla/N* ImHcii IliffHil TrmmmgimrimHmm* '^..%f.' DEPARTMENT S' OrTHI IXTE&IOK, (Mtet ef I ad tan Ahiri, Wuhli|toi, Much M, 1«1.-Scaled proposal*, ladoreed FnpoMla fat Beef, Bacon. Floar« Clothing, or Traaaportatioa, •etc., (as the case suy be) and directed to the Commissioner of iadlaa A fairs Moa, aad C7 Wooster »tree., Hear York, will ba received aa til A. M. of Monday, May*. ISM, far taralsh i)B( for the Iadlaa lanic* ikHt 100,000 paaada Bacaa, 40,000,000 Beefou tk« hoof, 1M,000 paaada Beans, 70,000 lba. Bakiag Powder, .100.(100 lba, 'Cora, 760.000 ponuda Coffee, 8,800,000 poaada ponuda Coffee, 8,300,000 Flaar, 912,000 lbs. Faad, 300,000 lba. Hard'Bread, •75,00 pound* Hominy, 9,000 poands Lard, 1.600 barrele Mess Pork, 238.00U poanda Rica, 11,900 •poaada Tea. 7X900 pounds Tobacco, 909,000 X00.000 poanda Hoap, *,000 poaada Soda. jlJH,00 poaada 8««ar, aad Ml,000 poaada jlJM, Wheat. Alao, Blankets, Woolea aad Cottoa fooda, ((consisting in part of Ticking, *,000 yarda: Stan­ ...

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. — 8 April 1881

If Itoomoff Thelilac-a The elm And all Andt_ llieblackMrd heralds everywhere gThe ooming of the spring. Btogon, iwemlni^ foryo*"hive faith Totnatr" all darkness Is net death! The JSa»,£SEi38SiT"* HasJoy no herald, or must I Tiook for no fa tare fair? My heart seems barren as a world Where I Bo leaf hi INo et,faj he UL NANETTE. So sppke (Nanette, jusi^frhundreds have spokeftl^r^^^&dfl&ereWly believed for awhile all she said. No foot was light •r at Merrier than that fehich fell from Nanette •o maiden curled lip bq„ s#ucily. when- her game was link&df with tMi of any of the Mmix. And yet all this time, she was in •Ve with Pierre Ilatour, the: handsomest^ ttavest and blithest of the village lads. She found itqut, tKi butf notiintilhe vast leyr ied for (he conscription, when the certainty of his long «absen?e. and. the probability that he migOT'iever rt'turn, revealed to her the secret. PoorPiemil»v«dbMi«s his ownlifeaiuL now, on the eve of leaving her, uncertain whether she...

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. — 8 April 1881

'-TYVf-V 'v, I'S DEJJ 41 DKAXKKS mm IMIAVUMiA opposite'post In Minneapolis At City Ticket Office, "Washington avena^jt YJ.:,fc, i*T£tfer,*, afcflfct St Paul & Pacifie depot. Jn St. Paul—jAt 1L6 Epst Tt 'w S&ti5S, agent.'" In Chicago—At all ticket Burlington & Quincy C. P. HATCH, Gei ERIE nun' yii New York. Lake-Erie and^ ora, Detroit and Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad*. Shoi^standMp^ttHf^c to all-points iA giamasM ifl'TS'^oiE: 00MBS, Etc., Eta Office. SHORT LINE Chicago, BurltagtonjJS Mailii*tfie ^dAtesVlfaVUnlf the St. Louts all points in the South, Southwest and# Southeast, and Minneapolis and St. Paul .mer resorts and lake country, the most of which are Lake Minnetonka and the North wea^and the great lakes. indirect He to+d |SntaEaS?^ It Tickets on sale at all the important coupon tiekft stations throughout the South, East and West,.jvia Peoria. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars CHICAGO, EAILWAY makes' close coanec- (tions at St. Paul with) St Paul & Pacific R. R. —F...

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. — 8 April 1881

=v 5 I$$-~ 'j i: ip MdM.Z' OBp»CH-S«r*»e* --w, •J5J'tt4 M*«Mrck«« frtfceweet. Ma a.» j**7f *»ihy wfcotl laiXlitily 9*m SJJ^I mttIm. Hwmnti Oiom luiaf witoi II1 ••••U4 TSIf. ik,tt Pul tia*. AU la* •JW: mti fr««. 8aa4ay Kkool {•••itatalf aMralac imlet. Weekly prayer eal *wAW niMUag Wednesday •vallate at l:tt 4*«l*«k. W. C. Jtbvbbs. Feator. WMUt Cavsm.—rim am. i»r'inES T:Vlb. ,:ssu1 «~::sw"4k -1 istreet. Kir. Wniuw. Sector. o»«w Baiun Lura (*®ieeop«l— Benr. J. O. miter, Sector. Serrteee every ftaadey at n-a.w aad p. a THE METROPOLIS. Tower Toted "no license." Celebrated Case to-night at Whitney's. In 1872 Fngo was' eight feet under "water. The JLnsim thinks Fargo will not be Hooded is season. J. P. Dunn will build an addition ea tkis drug store this summer* fnj{9 Is to have a twine factory. Bis March should hare a paper mill. The N. P. transfer is now making regu­ lar Iripa to (he bluffs above Mandan. Judge Bowen is building a store on his lot next to Glittchka en Main street. The ice ...

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. — 15 April 1881

ygf^y 'x v'^H'v- i", f*v 4 t'«3 **. *r v" T"^1""^* VOL. VIII. PUREED rERSOXAL. W. J. Ives, the butter man, is in the city. AsaFisher left for his family atSt. Paul Monday. John A. McLean arrived on Yvednes day's train. H. F. Douglas returned to Fort Tat.es with his wife Sunday, Mrs. J. G. Miller returned rrom her Michigan trip Saturday. Miss Minnie Davidson is visiting friends in Braiuerd thi« week. Frank Moore and E. G. Paddock, Bad Land scouts, are in the city. Capt. "Wiseman has returned from be­ low ditto. Capt. Braithwaite. Dr. A. T. Bigelow returned from his Minnesota visit Wednesday night. EL G. Newport arrived from tlie east and went out on the extension Sunday. Geo. Bohon, of the Pioneer Press, and P. Verplank were among Tuesday's arrivals. Col. Sweet has returned. He has been east on business connected wilth the board of education. Miss Clara Lilley left on Wednesday's train for her home, Lake City, Minn., to epeud the summer. Capt. John Smith, of Miles C.ty, re­ turned on...

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. — 15 April 1881

a A. L0UN8BEBY, Publisher. BISMABGK, DAKOTA NEWS SUMMARY. RAILBOADS. Gen. Herman Haupt, the newly-appointed general manager of the eastern division of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, has arrived in St Paul accompanied by General Manager Sargent, the gentlemen having met in Chicago, Assistant General Manager Manvel, who hss accepted the position tendered to him by Gener­ al Manager J. J. Hill of the St Paul, Minneapo! lis A Manitoba line, will probably leave tira Chicago, Bock Island & Facifio Railway com­ pany about May 1. W. C. Andrns, general Eastern agent of the Northern Pacific, has received advices from CoL O. J. Johnson, the general Scandinavian agent at Christioia, Norway, that he will leave Liverpool for Boston May the 6, on a special chartered steamer of the Canard line, with a colony of 1,300 Danes, Norwegians Sweedes, and English', who will settle near Jamestown, Sanborn and Valley City. The members of the colony are radically different from most of the foreign...

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. — 15 April 1881

iHN A. BTO YELL—Attorney, 13 N. Fourth Street J° JJAVID STEW ABT—Attorney. JOHN E. OAKLAND—Attorney. (City Attorney.) 64 Main Street T?LANNEBY & WETHERBY—Attorneys. I 47 Main Street GEO. P. IXAKNBBY J. K. WETHERBY. T. BIGELOW, D. D. S. DENTAL ROOMS, IT B. PORTER, M. D.t II 12 W. Main Street PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. IJ. S. Examining Physician. Office, 37 Main st .... Next to Tribune Block. BANK OF BISMARCK. J. W. RAYMOND, President W. B. BELI* Cashier. A general banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Collections promptly at­ tended to. 17IBST NATIONAL BANK. WALTER. MANH, President GEO. H. FAIR CHILD, Cashier. Correspondents American Exchange National Bank, New York: Merchants National Bank, St PauL WM. A. BENTLEY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls left on the slate in the office will receive prompt attention. EMER Office 41 Main st, Tribune Block. N. COREY, U. S. COMMISSIONER, Judge of Probate and Clerk of District Court. Office one door below Tribune Blo...

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. — 15 April 1881

Wit itsmarcH Sribune. B* A. LOUN8BERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: CEKLY, One Ycnr, $2 59 Six Mouths. 1 50 Three Months T5 ADVERTISING RATES. Loca. and oreign business notices. 10 cents per line, of Nonpareil type, each Insertion. Ten "ines to the inch. Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 per annum. Advertisements in column of "Wants," "For Sale," "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each lu^rtfon. Le al notices at regular statute rates. Cr'ginal poetry SI per line. For contract rate* of display advertising apply Kt this office or send lor advertising rate card. SECRET SOCIETIES. A.F. & A. M.—The regniar Communications of •Bismarck Lodge No. 16, A. F. & A. M., are held in their hall onthelirst and third Mon­ days of each mouth, at 7 p. m. Brothers in :ood standing are cordially invited. JOHN DAVIISON, W. M. C, A. LOUKSBERBY, Sec1V. I. O. O. F.—The regular meeting of Maudan Lodge 12 are held in Raymond's hall every Tuesday Brothers lu good standing are cor­ dially inv...

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. — 15 April 1881

PROPOSALS. Prop0mal»fov Indian Supplies nttd ransportntion. XSBPARTMENT OFTIIE INTERIOR, Office I of Indian Affairs, Washington, March 83, ISSi.—Sealed proposals, indorsed Proposals fur Beef, Bacon. Flour, Clothing, or Transportation, etc.,(as the case may be) and directed to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Nos, 65 and 67 Woostor Strec Now York, will be received an til 11 A. M. of Aiondty, May 2, 1881, for furnish in" for the Indian Service abont ,800,000 pounds Bscou, 40,000.000 Beef on the heof, 128,000 pounds Beans, 70,000 lbs. Bakiug Powder, 2,300,000 lbs. Corn, 750.000 ponuds Coffee, 8,300,000 pounds Flour, 212,000 lbs. Feed, 300.000 lbs. Hard Bread, 75,000 pounds Hominy. 9,000 pounds Lard, 1.B50 barrels Mess PorK, 233.000 pounds Rice, 11,200 pounds Tea, 72.900 pounds Tobacco, 200,000 SJalt. 200.000 pounds Soap, 6,000 pounds Soda, 1.250,000 pounds Sugar, and 839,000 pounds Wheat. Also, Blamkets, Woolen and Cotton goods, (consisting in part of Ticking, 36.000 yards: Stan­ dar...

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. — 15 April 1881

Wi DESOLATION, tl I tihte London Spectator. In fiercest heat of Indian Jane, I rode Across an arid waste of burning sand Atmiday all aroand the lonely land Seemed dese/rt, and in shrunken channel flowed T'he river overhead, a sky that glowed, Mot deeply bine, but wan with lurid glare, _Tna tyrant sun, with fixed, unwinking a tare, Veiled by no cloudlet, in mid-heaven abode, And crashed all nature with his blinding ray. No living thing was to be seen but one Huge alligator on a sandbank prone The loathly saurian, isking and serene* Grim master of that grim, unlovely scene* *11 type of utter desolation, lay. JBOMANCE OF A WINTER EVENING. Worn the Boston Courier. We lived not two miles from a bnsy little city Whose beHs mellowed by water—for the river ttan between it and ua—blew cheerily over to our ears, whose roofs aud steeples flashed in «®ur eyes all day under the warm sunshine, and iwhose lights, red and glancing, cheered our taense of isolations on lonely nights. We were isolated...

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. — 15 April 1881

wm I ***"*3333 ss^rsrr?^s—^z:'~ HARNESS MAKER •55= RAOEK BROS., ^G€K DEALERS IN OOLLABS, WHIPS, ,'•• LASHES, BETJSHES, OOMBS, Eta, Eta OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Strict Attention to Orders by MaiL RAILWAYS. St Ms, Minneapolis & SL Fan! SHORT LINE. Composed of tlie Minneapolis and 8t Ixrals, BnrUngton, Cedar Rapids & Northern, and Chicago, Burlington & Qoincy Railways. Making the Bhortest line and the best time between St. Louis and all points in the South, Southwest and Southeast, and Minneapolis and St. Paul, the sum­ mer resorts and lake country, the most prominent of which are Lake Minnetonka and White Bear, of the Northwest, and the great lakes. Also direct line between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and all points East. Tickets on sale at all the important coupon ticket stations throughout the South, East and West, via Peoria. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of latest make and improvements on through ex­ press trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED THRO...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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