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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1879

I 1 |S K' hU"r i-Vy1^ "•J -Aic -U 4 iismtarrft tribune. BY HUNTLEY & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION BATES: WSBKLT, One Year, $2 50 Sir Months. 1 80 Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time1 $1 enmeqnent Insertions, SO centB.* additional lines, nonpareil, •(•fine rate. Legal Notices.—Seventy-five cents per folio for Arst Insertion and fifty cents per folio for each •ubseqaent insertion. Contract Rates.—One inch, three months. $5 14 inches, three months. $10 5 inches, $15 10 tnchss, $25: 30 inchcs. $50. Professional cards, four lines or less, per an­ num, $10 additional lines. $-2.50. Local business notices, 10 cents per line each insertion. Original poetry, $1 per line. All bills for Advertising will be collected monthly. BISMARCK, MONDAY, JAN. 20.1879. "BAH!" says Grant, "what do I care for Cork Give me the bottle." FROM the conflicting accounts of the witnesses in the Little Big Horn fight, one fact is at least deducible, and that is that Ouster is really dead. WE ...

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. — 20 January 1879

htWS ANti NOffcS. wa8 young A woKif)n of Werqe^ek in to A match safe tied the knot. 4 JfflMMtttdanojdbhanghaixorcester: Wfceir «Pkcd What indrircvster a-rist To londletbe rorcester, .'••••. J8he blushed, for the question conforceeter: "light, he aborcester »s? th cold disregard he reforcester, He laughed at her charms, -. /v And tied from heruims, *c^ -And reamed about just as he orcester. -Wheft the'minister lias *1"" '^'r'C 1 r% JelT Davis is the surviving member of V^ranWiii Pierce's cabinet, and a aoulhem paper reports-him at Vicksburg and u, excellent health. "I will uail his 'vulnerable hide to.t-e wall and make it look like a woouchu. skin on a country barn door in bean time, writes an Idaho editor oi' liis newspaper rival. Misses Ida D. and Ada D. Colby, twin sisters, were married in New Hampshire on Christinas Eve., and it is asserted that they looked so exactly alike that nobody but the grooms could tell them apart. What's in a name? That which we call a blue ribbon looks ...

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. — 20 January 1879

iiiiWT ni in ?:.,wftStey'- 'H SS^Wiiiip WNNTIIMIIRE. PreBt. W. R, MERIUAM,Vice Pres. Gxo. H. FAnuranpD, Cashier. Correspondents—American J. W. RATXOVD, A JOHN Exchange National BufcNnr York Merchant!National Bank, St. "P*"'- BANK OF BISMARCK Prest. W. B. BEIA, Cash. general banking business transacted. Inter eat wlowed on time deposits. Collections prompt lyattendedto. Qxo. P^PlANNaBT. PRESTON Gray J." &. WETHEBBT. OpBBY-r—Attoini^ ireet.v': W- 2 West Main & WILLIAMS—(D. O. Preston, E. A. Willlams.1 Ifaln Street. AHSLBT GKAT. A. D. PRATT. a PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan,' Commercial paper bOftghtT ,73mB T\AVTD STEWART— Attorney at Law and City JJjustlce 76tf A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. •Fourth Street. «!••••••. 'f TOHN E. OAKLAND, Attorney at Law, and •••„•.-V County Attorney.. v\ L' PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D., PHYSICIANAND SURGEON, And IJ. S. Examining Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. Office next to the Tribune Build...

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. — 20 January 1879

here's new a day so gunny Bat a litfe cload appears ajifeso happy There's ne But has Yet the sui Whenth ipy'teijkaeattcj araei There's ne1 With roses in every plot There's never a heart so hardened -.«• But it has one tender spot: We have only to prune the border To find the. forget-me-not There's never a cup so pleasant But has bitter with the sweet There's never a path so ragged That bears not the prints of feet And we have a helper promfeeg For the trials we may meet. There's never a sun that rt? But we know 'twill set at night The tints that gleam in the morning, At evening are just as bright And the hour that, is the sweetest Is between .the'dark •and light There's never a dream that's happy But the waking makes us'sad There's never a d**eam of sorrow But the waking makes us glad We shall look some day with wonder At the troubles we have had. There's never away so narrow But the entrance is made straight There's id ways a guide to point us To the "little wicket gate And the ang...

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. — 20 January 1879

%-if s# ,??» 3 & I— my? Vf ,. r. 1 "C & -J.. 4f 1-*?% •^u $® l^eyUmarfiririifane. ^T^AROC,MOSTPAY. JAN. Jt, MS.- 7 •ABOiriC. The renltt eommnnicationa of Bismarck Lodge S,eflrat«pd HHVA. Fi,# Ai 31., are held in their hall on »Wrd mondaysof each month at 7 ^*»*Z, in •MER H. CdltSTf See. I O O I The regular meeting of Mandan Lodge Wo, It o. O. F., are hoi din Masonic Hall every Tnes fer. Brothers in eood standing .are cordially, in Ylted J. M. OABSAHAN, 1*. LOUIS HECHLBR, R. Sec. ... BEUttlQVB »HRVICK». EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. ti. Miller, B. ©.. rector. Services at the brick school house •very Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. Sunday 4eh ol after morning aervice. All are cordially Invited to attend. Arrival and Departure of Mails. On the North Pacific to and frwn the east ar­ rive Tuesday, Thtu-gday and Saturday evenings depart Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock. Leave for Forts Stephenson, Berthold and Bn rd and the Tongue river posts every Sunday, edueuday and ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1879

IY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBUNE MWMWS GOBBLED WROM ALh OVER THE WORLD. ZU Farter Before tlie Reno Inveott jfeaflen---The Cheyenne Mhiseacre— Tli««e Cypher BI»p*tches-A Fatal Fuily Jar-Gen. Ciibtoa'e Position •-Thm Penslea Bfll-Mi»eellnc*iH. [Special Dispatch to The Tribune.] KENO'S TBI Alt. ST. PACT,, Jan. 25.—The testimony of Dr. Porter before the Reno court contin ued yesterday. On reading the steno |t«]Iier't review, Reno tried to confine the doctor by getting close to him and staring «t him, but the doctor was im periurable. To the question as to how Reno's conduct impressed, him, Gilbert, the Major's counsel, objected, stating that fciaobjection was to a medical man's opin­ ion. The objection was over-ruled. The doctor thought Reno was frightened him self. He confirmed the previous testimony -that Custer said be would support Reno in charge. Capt. Moylan was the next witness, but added nothing new. COHGBESSIOKAL. Clirisliancy's bill prohibiting polygamy will be reported this sessio...

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. — 27 January 1879

?vent *S W^-vr ttJ^ f^ NKWS OF THE WEEK CSIMJSM AKJU UBIMIXAXa. A boy of H. N- Crosett, of Faribault Minn, had a leg broken, Jan. 17th, by teacher of one of the schools, while admin«s teriag discipline for some alleged misde rtiiii—wpMWMMWi I jyviiyy 'jLyy TFe grand^Tiry-nr we-caee- oi nenry Feltau, edttor, of the Bloonungton Ind., charged with the murder of Rogers, aamntjrattomey, Xm 0JWTT12 It is alleged thatfejJtbe remissness of .«»L4rth«ri government l??t W •nM® c^8ton duties on kid gloves, and $3,000,000 per an­ num on silks and sugar. If these allegations ^are substanti^d, Mr., Cokki&r daniiot pre- the confirmation TOerritt,Jhe secretary of (^n/ Arthui unjlasswiates. A Norwich, Ct., teieg»mn^y# «#r8 Cobb, found guilty of. murdej in the second (degree for poisoning her hustand, has ..been 'sentenced to imprisonment fof life. Mrs ^Cobb has piifclished a'strftetaent declaring li6r entire Wnbcence, accusing the principal "••witness against her of perjury,! *n£ asserting -that ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1879

*^1 1 1 |v mh:t a 4 ^W'.i»»-.»«. W THE INI l%e '•b«p«M|! —Sortie of the Testimony A [Washington Special (Jan, 8) to Chicago Times. The testimony taken by the joint commit tee upon the transfer of the Indian to the war department has been pi The report will probably be delayed ft /weeks waiting for additional doenmenl ia probable that there will be three reports— a a A and a partment The manj_ ones^ffirem^ni'iu uuuiui ii»ii mum snbjeot of the transfer. The opinion of Chief Joseph, ^the Nez Perces, and Bogos Ch«leyjn|®he The Chief J«fcnkL iiw be glad to go to farujuigi, jvj whites. There were portions of his testi­ mony that were eloquent. He spo^^pf lib^ etty in '..a very impassioned manner, and thought everybody should be to free as air. He did not want toibe kept as the white mer* keep their prisoners. He did not wish to be -oorraled as animals are in a-littlereservation, but wished to go where he pleased. He said: ''Everything in the old home ia dear to me. Qor lands, oar cattle, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1879

t£L' ifltrrr-'Tnrtiiiiii V. tev. A S-- •SSK IltfcMI Notices—Seventy-dve tents per folio lor •rat insertion and fifty cents f*r folio Iter each subsequent insertion. Contract Bates.—One Inch, three MMII, $5: fM India*, threc monthi, 10 laOKO stery in the Kansas City Journal, purports to give the facts concerning the drugging and robbery of an Indianap­ olis merchant by a "Yankton newtp%per -man named Cox." The only remarkable part of the narrative is that the Yankton man wasted the time to drug his victim. Tax editor of the Independent has been Principal of a Western Normal School, and theie fsre somewhat acquainted with the wishes of the Weatern people on educational mattera.—Red Miwr Independent. And it was probably in deference to his acquaintance with the expressed "wishes •f the western people on educational ma tars" that the editor of the Independent got out of the Normal School business. IK the last issue of TAX TRIBUNE it was stated that this week and hereafter, the paper wou...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1879

3£NEWS IND KttTEt- •Mnrrah for the-heaatlial eaow he crM &•< "How brtllisut, sparkling aad clear." a Sat he soonchengea his tone, for a wicked geeiuon Plastered soawon the rear ef his ear If women are reallj angels, wlyr don't Ihey fly over a fence instead ef IMkinf ouch a fearfully awkward job ef climbing. Somebody advertises "Slippers bottom^ od." Spicer saya lie does not know how ollppera are bottomed, but when he was little boy he knew—will, sever mind: "Dipped into a weak eolation of jeeom. ris the t^ now appged to ,1. JC la. A A- lose of our girl* pfotisstaito bo to Mfhly educated. .-1 "Excuse these steers," said ft eoieved otock drover to an elderly lady, after his infuriated cattle had tnsssd two of her off­ spring into the mud. Even the dogs are awakingto the hor ion of body snatching. A. Fehnqrlvnnia New Foundland watched over his master's grave for four weeks. "Hannah," aaid a landlady to her new servant, "when there's any bad news, al» vays let the boarders know i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1879

,'S'ifT" «ee the flel The hills Boft The gold-1 AndoldreS And dim lights on the orchard side. 'With moss-grown trees low branching wide The hamlet nestled in the glade— A drowsy nook that loves the Bhade. The dusty highway, long and brown, .glow creeping out beyond the lown To breast the Ijill-side in its strength^ fcWJ A sient treeless inile in leneth,_ J"ar to the hanging woods on high That with their verdure soothe the eye With myriad dyes of dnsky_green 'That wet# September's riuffllfcheen. Inla^HfTlfty^Mfb^fBildRTI^Vincs, The clematis and wild fox-grape. The shade-bush and the feathered brake, And woodbine curled in cedar spire That soon shall glow a line of fire Nor darker could the elder gleam With fruitage dipped in •i(with «Swai8 aider gleam All freaked and splashed guiltless blood, The sumach flares along the wood The mullein takes its lonely stand .Upon the hilly pasture land, "The golden rod from myriad whorls Its sitnny oriflamme unfurls, And triumphs o'er the dusty way...

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. — 27 January 1879

til a BISMAfcCK BDSINE^. J)IRECTDRT. OB0. H. Pi Correspondent*—Ai Buik, Mew York Merchant* PML BANK OF BISMARCK. t. J. W. Rayxoto, Prest. W. B. Beia, Cash. general banking bullness transacted. Inter eat allowed on time deposits. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. 6m. P. Vumii.f (City Attgtney,V!_»_ TmLANNBKT^'* JD West MainStreet. Jl TDHBBTON A WILLIAMS-(D T\AVID STEWART JLy Justice PHYSICIANS AND SURqWCfffS. B. F. SLAUGHTER, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SDH8E0N, And U. S. •BVyn-m^ing SurgeOn. 4 Office at D^ng Stored DOCTOR H. R. PORTER. •Offle^ next to tJie Ibnn* Building. Wm. A. BENTLET, PHYSICIAN AND SUgfiEON, Office, Tribune block, np stairs, next door west of Post Office. Calls left on the slate in thk office prpmptly «fe tended to. $• 601 A. T. BIGEXOW, D. D, ,'E S REBLY, 11m BISMARCK, BISMARCK,--' L.M every partlcular. v^^i^ ,477m CUSTER THOa MoOOWAN, FiftfcStreet, This iouse^is ^'entirely new,^ well •ip* tl!gbtedit'*HS,'!Mtfed, HOTEL RESTAURANT. Tront Street Opposite RallroadDepotl:...

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. — 27 January 1879

t'tX end *. COR1T, lot. 9 ml Ld.d. F. Tke regular meeting of Mndu Lodge Kj. IS &©.«.#., ,. w. „., _.jhridin Maaohie Hall every. Titer 4y. Brothers vgead atending are cord&llr in Sfcd. J. M. CAHKAHAN. Jf. i. LOtffS HBCHLKR, R. See, -sri UELICIIOUB »KBVICE». 1PISCOPAL CHURCH—Rev. J. G. Miller, B. B., rector. Services at the brick school house •very Suudsy at II a. m. and p. m. Sunday •choel after morning service. All arc cordially invited to attend* Union Service# every Sunday at the Presbytef rlanChnrchat 11 a. m. and at p. m. by Rev^ Cbu tt. Dixkl. of tha Presbyterian Church, and Rev. O. W Barnett, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Sunday School at 13 M. Prayer meet ttir Wednesday and Thursday evenings respect Imy at 7:30. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Onthe North Pacific to and fro-n the ea«t ar- Espart ve Tuesday, Tbnraday and Saturday evenings Monday, Wednesday and Friday timing* at 1 o'clock. Leave for Forta Stephenaon, Berthold and Bu tord and the To Wednesday and We...

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 February 1879

BURLEIGH'S BOOMING BUSINESS ADVANTAGES OFFEJlEI EXER •r/ GKTIC IMMIGRANTS. LMKIUD of the Conntjr and Its Snr remBdiegs—Climatic Peculiarities aid RlchaeisafHoll—The Progress •f tli« Northern Pacific and Its fret Upon BIvnarek'N Future. lit- So many are inquiring just now in rela Hon to Bismarck and its surroundings that THE TRIBUNE has collated the facts which follow with a view to answering the nu­ merous questions which have been raised. From the Fargo Timet we extract the fol­ lowing in relation to BISMARCK AND BURLEIOH COUNTY: "Bismarck, the county seat, is a town of about 2,500 people, has eight hotels, one of them by all odds the largest in the Ter ritoiy, costing about $50,000, nine dealers in general merchandise, six in clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 'two hard­ ware stores, furniture, drug, wholesale liquor, flour and feed dealers,-lumber yards, bakeries, livery stables, and the usual supply of wagon and blacksmith shops, saloons, etc., and one newspaper, THE .BISMARC...

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 February 1879

1 ,# EVENTS OF THE DAY, i" The Criminal Record. SHOT DEAD. ATJiAjWA, Feb. 1.—Bamael Hill si Simmons dead in a bar room last nig] was 1 I I iir 'I MjA f.m '&i *$•$? ACQUITTED. I.:/ DBOWMSD. ,T .Qji^nsviEtE, Ky., Feb. 2.—Three brothers, Herman, Frederick and Arthur Heinnch,jwere drowned in ijifti 411-1 .'#•! a I i« j. f*-. 7 /^rj Ommnrin, Feb. l.-Ex-county' EngiheeiS A I BamdJel P.Bjwleswaa arrested tg-day tot forg .InjfaPd raising Hamilton county bonds'for construction of. avenues and bridges,! jail self up, :tb ,.... COKTIVBUB. Feb. l.rrAJfceintbe vault,of !tte^ oounty recorder'* office to-day, resulted in damaging 148 Volumes of land fecord*,r.con-, Hfi eertoing transactions for forty years prior to 1(220. The fire is supposed to have been the' work of an incendiary as evidence of coal were found on many'books 'I': '.SVBPTCIOTO. tlie amount of $22,000. S ftti&nffeft. -,iVf--^,. HASHvniB, Feb. Sl.-«W6^ E.' %hoaleyA who( robbed theAdams Exprc«s c6mt»ny ot.$}0,OO9 in March, I8...

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. — 8 February 1879

1 if & Quaftjf t^JiJ^tb^collirtrai following poem, yet never has the story been told with more truthful simplicity Blefs they who seek, While in theirjouth, yv -With, -spirit meek, yv rf Thie way ,-of truth. To thexri the sacred' Scriptures n^ dlspliy. Christ as the only true and living way His precious blood on Calvary was given, To make them heir^o/ eridl(^^Us^toJrtp'en. And e'en on ejfrttf t£re 'child "Of God-tun trace The glorious blessings of his Saviour's grace, For them He- bore JL. is TatherA&lidtfii $ 11 For them He wore The thorny crown Nailed to-the-cross,— Endured its paib, JDwIl His life's loss ,&ii2ht bethaf:gaih.:i0.SX4, Then haste to choose That better part, '^VKor'fc'erfdarelefuse Ju oil* The Lord thy hearty Ills.'} 'Lest He',' dedlire,' i^nr.«»f'rbiiew jbu not,'?') 'i Oiii'M.' jltAnd deep deppair,^ a Should ,b£" your lot. Now look to'Jesus whoon Calvary died.., And trust on ,BLimp .who there was,crucified "Wit andHumor.1 ^'n Whoever saw a cat nip tea? W...

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 February 1879

8be ftemdrcb Stftame. BY HUNTLEY. & JEWELL SUBSCRIPTION RATE8: Wbekly, One Year, 5* 50 Six Month*. 1 BO Three Months ADVERTISING RATES: Transient.—One inch, one time* $1 subseqnent Insertions, 50 cents: additional lines, nonpareil, at same rate.' Legal Notices.—Seventy-five rents per folio tor first insertion and -fifty cents per (olio for each Mhseqnent insertion. IF thfe investigating board is really anx­ ious to get at the stern realities of that fa­ mous battle, it might be profitable to ex­ amine the tail of G-irurd's horse. As the Fargo Independent has not come to hand this week, we infer that it has busted, or that its editor has said some in­ fernally mean thing about THK TRIBUNE, of which he is very properly ashamed. IT will be highly gratifying to many of the constituents of the Hon. Ansley Gray, (of the Territorial House of Representa­ tives) to know that he has been appointed one of the committee on Banks and Bank ing. WE have received a letter from our fath­ er whic...

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 February 1879

'*°3 y0 -'I,. fefo't BURLEIGH'S BOOMING BUS1NERS. {Continued /rim fint Page.) Srirer going east, becaiue there vu tratan f«astaii'Maboara.MM^^^^«^| Sj£f 4-1 market win|£ !|^i "meeting an obatruction at the rir^r and finding there the facilities for additional transportation. Since the days of the rapid distingaish Ing growth of those west bank cities, a great change has taken place in the con 3iti«m of our country. We now hare a western as well as an eastern sea-board, aad every well-wisher of this region is anxious tor the day when railroad com­ munication shall connect Us with the Pa­ cific Ocean. When this great result does take place, we shall be nearer the western outlet than the eastern. Then the river will be between us and the outlet forming whatever of obstruction it may cause, leaving us on the right side for growth. The completion of the road will not alter the existing condition of things in regard to the direction of heavy freight*. They have been going west ever since ...

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 February 1879

Only a JL| in |b#biicl:e$ But eratft dr^p will tell THE BUCFETJWODLD86BNBE/E^NP1+ Without the drops ln th& infill'• Kf'm te-i-* Iftto!* •iivS V# Only a* poor little penny, It was all I had to give But as pennies make guineas, It may help some cause to live, A few little bi's of ribbon !BuUhey°mad^thlSck child Only some outgrown garments, They were all I had to spare But they'll help to clothethe needy, AriSH the poor are eyeryWiere K/WW /f*% £rf* JP A wordmffr Shu tfijenof onmfo^v v^Bat$olt*me%dthiu#fo say, But the poor old man dies happ' And it helped him on the way. God loveth the cheerful giver, Though the gifts be poor and small What doth He think of His When they never —Selected PLEASANT THOUGHTS. wr-rt ijfrm* &£**"••:? CKSWSWS A^otifccherrold ii gloria hanfbn craclity iut finding in a few'vdays, tfcaltnhfe'ffiad gone to sea, he growled, "If I'd a known he wasn't going to pay for it I'd a charged him threepence more a pound for it, the rascal 1" Come, now, let all fb'f-...

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 February 1879

ft ^Vj?r 1 I? I JT.W. BATMOVD. 'a IfS? .' 'V r- •_ y} n. if*** Jt *••&•>{ I ft »£'U,' I 1 2EjL MERCHANTS BANIuOF BISMARCK IA*. Vice Pres. a WAUUlUm. Prest II. FA Prest. A V' JOHN A. STOYELL, Attorney at Law. Fourth Street. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, ^PHYSICliS^A And U. S. Thramliilng Surgeon. Office at Dunn's Drug Store. MOIIKMMmJBGOfc BOflI« next to th« Ibun* BnUdlaK. ..: 5t I,' O^.M6^ suad. 3d St., mmm/* TO National W. B. BELL, ERY^' TT\LAN^ JD West West Main Street. PBllKWi Av-Williatts1 «. ''ju, nv Avsurr KAT. A. GRAYOft tv* Cash. general banking business transacted. Inter­ est allowed on tlmeaepoeits. Collections prompt­ ly attended to. Qso. P. FLANHKBT. J. WBTHBBBY—Attorneys D. PRATT. PRATT—Counsellors at Law. Money to loan. Commercial paper bought. 73mo 2^i^TO8T*W(ABT-Attorney at Law andCTty ,.• i.'.i.l Offlct, Tribune block, up stairs, next door west of J?01* Gifts left onlthe^slate lnthk office'promptljr at­ tended*. w,^. ^Jir. A. T. BI6KLOW, D. D.8, srne Offlc« W«it B...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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