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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 14 October 1881

AUTUMN EVENING. E. Ii. B. The birds return, that in the fall Have winged their way to southern clime And flowers that lie neath winter's pall, Shall bloom again in summer time. But the sweet visions of my youth, Dreamed in those joyous sunny hours, Too bright to last, too frail for truth, Return not, with the fragrant flowors. I watch the sunlight's fading glow. Far in the west, so faintly burning, Nor sigh to see him sinking low, For morn will bring his sure returning: Lost opportunities, alas. Those sad neglected summer flowers, •Through by-gone years, like specterspaas, Dear Lord, forgive my misspent hours. The autumn of my life glides on, And coming winter chills the air Yet all of beauty is not gone, And lovely flowers still linger here: Tis true, they area sad-eyed band, Of waning life and light a part, Still I will pluck with eaeer hand, And thankful, press them to my heart 'Tis not among life's gayest flowers We find the sweet perfume of peace, And calm our evening's quiet 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. — 14 October 1881

$be l&iamartli tribune. Is&VAIj IJMCA. n#«4i. Pawn yeur duster and get out your ulster. The Nellie Peck was at Buford last Tuesday. The Gen. Meade arriTed at Poplar river Tuesday, the 11th. From thirteen to fifteen boats will probably wiater at this city. Ho for St. Louis! Take the steamer Red Cloud for St. Louis to-morrow. Mr. A. D. Pratt has been the lather of abouncing girl since day beforeyesteiday. Big stories will be told by Berkleman and party on their return from the west. Chas. A. Vincent's troupe will open at Whitney's Opera House on the 20th inst., for four nights. Wild geese are beginning to migrate southward, and but a few days remain in which they can be shot. Ed. L. Conant, who acted as night operator at the Bismarck office for some time, left for his home at La Crosse yes­ terday morning. A nine and a half pouad daughter ar­ rived at L. B. Murrays on Monday last. The father is happy, and all is well with mother and child. Pat Malloy would..'t recognize his fr...

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. — 21 October 1881

?fPif f'f%Vf^ ii I if *i' 4* TRIBUNE SPECIALS. Comprising Important News Items Tel­ egraphed to No Other Paper in the Northwest. The Nominations for Cabinet Positions That will be Sent to the Sen­ ate Monday. Windom's Return to the Senate Made Certain by the Action of the Re­ publican Caucus. A Caucus Wominati on. Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: ST. PAUL, Oct. 20.—A senatorial caucus wai held this eTining, all the republi­ cans of both houses with the exception of ten being present. HOB. C. B. Gould presented the name of Wo. Windom, Senator Pillsburry seconded the nomina­ tion. J. B. Sanborn presented the name of Lieut. Governor Oilman. A. C. Dunn was also nominated. The caucus theu proceeded with an informal ballot with the following result- William Windom, 56 Charles L. Gilman, 28 A. C.Dunn, 12 W.D.Rice, 1 J. S. Pillsbury, 3 A. J. Edgerton, 3 H. Berger, 2 R. B. Lang don, 1. Whole number of votes 106. Neeessary to a choice 54. Sen. R. B. Langdon then moved that William Win d...

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. — 21 October 1881

BISMABCK, A ». DAKOTA THE DAY'SDOINGS. Condensed from the Most Billable Tele* gMphle Dispatches op to the Time of Go (•S to Press with this Side of our Paper. KAILROAD RUMBLINGS. The surveying party that has been running tor the St. Paul, Minneapolis A Manitoba ltail Toad company, a line from Rush City to St Cloud, after covering twenty-six miles from the former place, has been ordered to abandon the work, and to surrey anew route from St Cloud 10 Hinckley, on "the St Paul & Duluth road. Uris route is twentv miles further than by Rusfti City, the line being sixly-eight miles long. It is, however, through a much better country for a railroad, being more level and free from swamps. It is understood ttoa com­ pany will let the contract this winter to dear the right of way and have everything ready for grading in the spring. The Fergus Falls Journal, editorially, re­ ports a probable compromise between the Man­ itoba and Black Hills company regarding the Pelican Valley route. The Jo...

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. — 21 October 1881

BE 50T AFRAID TO PRAT. Be not afraid to pray—to pray i« right, Pray if thou canst with hope but ever pray, Though hope be weak or sick with long delay Fray in the dukneaa if there be no light Far is the time, remote from human sight, When war and discord on the earth shall cease Yet every prayer for universal peace Awaits the blessed time to expeaiate. Whatever is good to wish, ask that of heaven, Though it be what thou canst not hope to see Pray to be perfect, though material heaven Forbid the spirit so on earth to be But if for any wish thou darest not pray, Then pray to God to cast that wish away. —Hartley Coleridge. VISITORS FROM THE CITT. By Hellen Forest Graves. "What!" said Mrs. Haven, almost in a fibriok* "It's true," said her husband. "They're •coming to visit ue—everyone of 'em! My sister Zuleima, because tho Saratoga hotels are too intolerably hot for endurance Cous­ in Heibert Halley, because he is an sesthete, and wants to study nature from a level hitherto untrodden: M...

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. — 21 October 1881

BY LOUNSBERRY A JEWELL. THE TRUTH. Rev.-S. H. Thompson, of Maryland, a recent .visitor at Bismarck and the Mis­ souri valley, writes a Jong and thoroughly interesting letter to "The Piesbyterian" in which he takei occasion to make com­ parison between the Bed and. Missouri liver Valley countries. The letter is fair and candid in all of its expressions and is a tribute to Bismarck^upon which even the most eathusiatic admirer could not improve. Following is an extract: Mr. Conflict is undoubtedly correct in his •estimate of the Red river region, of which Fargo is the great hustling center. It is indeed a re­ markable country, and cannot be too highly colored or commended. But ivhen he confines his praise to that particular strip, or only so much of it as extends to Jamestown, and dis -parges so severely the hundred jnile stretch be­ tween Jamestown and Bismarck, he does serious injustice to the hitter, and unwittingly discour­ ages our heroic Home Mission brethren and people there. Bo...

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. — 21 October 1881

if MANDAN. Local Item. Wr. Ealeman'i home is nearly com­ pleted. Roadna aster Morgan i» Moving intoliii n«w house. Kev. Mr. Bull, of Biimarck, wat in town yesterday. JIT. Marion Vinton has returned from his long visit 10 St. Paul. The Mandan boom still continues. B. L. Winston says he nese it. John Messersmitli of Pleasant Vailey lost another child day before yesterday. The second story of the school house is lis and the roof will be on in a few days. Frank Farnsworth has purchased two residence lets and will likely build in the spring. The uet profit of the Methodist church eocitty wa* eighty dollars, and all inter terested in it were much pleased. The court house is being put into shape for I lie loception of Judge Hudson at the first term ot court here in November. Dr. Kalbach visited Mandan yesterday before leaving for home to-day. He is much pleased with the improvement in his property here and will likely return in the spring. The special train with Manager Haupt and the gover...

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. — 21 October 1881

-wi DIRGE FORASODLIKB. CRoee his eyes his work is done! What to him is friend or foeman, Bise of moon or setof ran, P«"^ of n**" or kiss of woman? Lay him low, lay him low, In the clover or the snow! What cares he?, he cannot know Lay him low! Ifoldhiminhia country's stars. Boll the dram and fire the volley! What to him are all our wan?— What but death bemocking folly? Lay him low, lay him low, In the clover or the snow 1 Xeave to God's watching eye Trust him to the hand that made him. .Mortal love weeps idly by God alone has power to aid him. Lay him low, lay him low, In the clover or the snow! What cares he? he cannot know Lay him low! —George Henry Boker. QUEENS OF THE DESEBT. British Belles That Have Made Their Homes in Bedouin Tents.—Chathams "Grand-daughter, Who was Crowned 'Queen of the Cast. There passed away at Damascus 011 the ,12th of August, a woman whose history is -worth telling, even at the end of the world. This was Jane Elizabeth Digby, daughter of Admiral Sir Henry...

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. — 21 October 1881

AW? PSEMA'S WAY. By Bose Terry Cook. "Yon are very silly, Ear/hemfe "I dare say yon don't me veiy "wise, mamma but a person an extreme silliness on ever Th!i I" 't be convicted of ne "Let the matter drop, my dear, if yon please. We wont argue it. You have con­ sented to wait un September before a final decision, and tr thing is too disagreeable ^CUi8ier Mrs. Bayard drew her soft shawl g- ,acefully about her and left the room. .ybody was "born to the purple" in n1t)lican country, Euphemia Bayard Jbad Her father belonged to one of I~e oldest families and her mother counted dtch ancestors back to the time when that stolid nation "took Holland." The Vande veers had been rich before Mrs. Bayard's time. She was the seventh daughter of a ninth son, and the family wealth would not bear such infinitesimal division as this, for all the nine eons had their own families, and a million will fade fast under division and subdivision. She married Mr. Bayard because he had position and money, and wh...

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. — 21 October 1881

5'. Li -'4 ns *v,' -iVr^^^'T f( VS^&f^ Hj' '•i.'M, *•*$ 4" a* ®lje |5t0tna«K ftritmnc. MjBCAMj MiMA VMM •!. Mandan iew§ on the sixth page this morning. How ahout that horn* dramatic society Is it dead? Trip# and pigs' feet at Kupitz market, Fourth street. Ladies seal hats at Ransom & Hortoa's parlors, Sheridan House. The pay roll on the extension amounted* fer last month to $310,000. John Whalen has put down anew •idewalk in frent of his store. Patent process flour is the best, and J. Fridlund has just received a car lead. Bogue & Schreck have been painting and otherwise beautifying their quarters. Twelve new watches will be raffled »ff at the Minnehaha on the evening of the 29th. Geo. McArthur will raflehis fine breeeh leading shot-gun next week, at the White House. A social party will be given at the Met repolitan Hotel this evening, and anether at the Pacific. By a telegram received yesterday it is learned that the.Yincent troupe will ar­ rive this evening. Ed. Sloan ...

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. — 28 October 1881

THE NATIONAL PARK. An Intresting Description of Visit to This Greatest of Won­ derlands. Ctejsers that Make the Earth Tremble with Their Outbursts of Mud and Water. The Famous Yellowstone Falls and the Remarkable Geyser Lake and River Scenery. Snow Tipped Mountains, Rugged Can­ yons and Charming Trout Ponds and Streams. The Trip. Special Correspondence of the Daily Tribune* YELLOWTTONE NATIONAL PARK, Oct. 10.—As many readers of the TRIBUNE an ticipate a trip to this wonderland before many seasons perhaps a description of our journey might be of interest. We left Bismarck Monday, August 29, on the North Pacific Railroad for Glendive. The country between the Missouri and Yel­ lowstone rivers along the railroad has many attractive features. The Hart river valley through which the road runs is a fine farming country and soon fields of golden grain will be us numerous as along the Dakota division, between Bis marck and Red river. Our ride through the Bad Lands on the Little Missouri, al­...

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. — 28 October 1881

BISMARCK, DAKOTA DURING the past year the patent office granted 13,084 patents for designs and cer­ tificates of registration and labels. The number of applications for patents during the first nine months of the year amounted to 20,505, an increase of 1,999 over the period last yeat. The receipts of the office exceed those of last year by $95," 447,20. THE London Miller says that "any with­ holding of wheat in America will not be without special risk to the owners^" Though the Miller writes for those who want lower prices the above judgement is in accord with that of the best observers in America. The leading facts of the exist­ ing situation are not in favor of the con­ tinuance of the policy of withholding while the prices remaia as at present. THE Chicago Times says this is the best advertising year, and the biggest business year, Chicago has ever known. That pa­ per might have said, and truthfully, that these things go together. Admitting the prevalence of the universal busines...

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. — 28 October 1881

BALTT—TOEJftlSER. Baity oame with the rest to Hawkins' in 49. HawKins* has proved Balty's local destiny. For sixteen years he tried to reach Sonora, only twenty miles distant. Chinese Camp lay seven miles awiv. Chinese proved for Baity an impassible barrier. There Phoenix produced the black bottle: Pike, a cut glass decanter, welcom­ ing drinks for Baity! He always stayed at Chinese. Chinese proved Balty's Delilah. There he was regularly shorn of his dust, his sobriety, his resolutions. Time after time did he leave the river, resolved to be a man, to be strong, to procrastinate the spree he had promised himself until he reached Sonora. Time after time did he fail, retreating back to Hawkins', Ids buck­ skin purse depleted of its last grain, and bearing his receipt in full for dust depos­ ited in various exchequers at Chinese, in the shape of two black bottles tied together by a string. In 1865 there happened to Baltv one of those events of a moment which decide and turn a man's whol...

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. — 28 October 1881

BY LOUNSBERRY JEWELL. TU£ DAILY TRIBUNE, Pnbl she every morning, except Monday, at Bismarck, Dakota, is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at twenty-five cents per week, or $1 ter month. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. One month, postage paid... $ 1.00 1 hree months, postage paid 3.W as_ it 5.00 Otis vfiftF 41 10.00 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Bight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week, both foreign and local, published every Friday, sent, postage paid, to any address for $2.50 RATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT: 41.C0 per inch first insertion 50 cents for second •nd 25 cents tor each subsequent insertion. YEARLY CONTRACT BATES: For contract rates apply at office, or send for •'Advertising Card of Kates." WEEKLY RATES: Locals 10 cents per line, per day, or 25 cents per .'line for six eucceesive days without change. Write-ups in Brevier type, 15 cents per line, measured ten lines to the inch. MR. WINDOM received 125 votts out of 188 cast, and was thus almost unani­ mously re-electe...

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. — 28 October 1881

AND AN. Local Items. cozy as a Fred Mead's new office is as band box. H. G. Newport will return to hisWlieat land contract a day or two. The new hotel, will be opened not later than the 20lb of next month. As good brick as can be found any­ where is being made at Mandau. The new school house when completed, will be the best on the line of the r*ad. At least one hundred per cent can be made on real estate between now and spring. Caiy yesterday paid $25 for a rifle with the sole expectation of killing a buffalo with it. Over $6,000 warth of lots iu Mead's ad­ dition have already be«n sold, and yet Frank says the boom has not commenced. A combined effort should be made to raise all the buildings up to grade. The most sober citizen will find trouble to navigate up stairs and down all the time. The track from the river to the Mitchell bluff is nearly finished and soon the hill will begin to disappear, to rise again for the bridge approach. The fill at the highest point will be fifty five...

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. — 28 October 1881

ITALUHCOTC Translated for the "Argonaut" from the •Ger­ man of PaulHeyse. la spite of the dense fog that overhung theiaongUtaerharbbcof Setter#*, «»rlyoite midsonunn morning, sppre of men 'were hnnfly engaged preparing, .their. hoatsifpr trips to the neighboring towns, while as many fishermen were drawing their well flii# nets that had been spread over night Soon Father Curato. the worthy priest of Sorrento, stepped into one of the boats, and requested to be rowed to Capri as speedily as possible. "Here eomes another passenger," was the boatman's reply, as a young girl, with a large bundle under her arm, hurried along one of the rnggGd 99 "h -?v paths leading to the water, and waved a red cotton handkerchief to attract attention. "Oh! it is Laurella," exclaimed the priest, with a kindly smile. "Good-day, la Babbiata," cried a youtk from a boat near by, with a mocking laugh. The girl's eyes flashed angrily, and she *drew herself up with proud dignity. "Are you going with us to Capri,...

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. — 28 October 1881

SEVEN TEARS OLD* Seven white rosea on one tree, Seven white loaves of blameless leaven, Seven white sails on one softaea Seven white swans on one lakes' lee, Seven whitejflower-like stars in heaven,' All are types unmeet to be For a birthday's crown of seven.- t, n. Not the radiance of the roses, Not the blessing of the bread, Not the breeze that ere day's vows is Fresh for sails and swans, and closes Wings above the sun's grave spread, When the starsbine on the snow is Sweet as sleep on sorrow shed. m. Nothing sweetest, nothing best, Holds so good and sweet a treasure As the love wherewith once blest, Joys grow holy, grief takes rest, life, half tired with hours to measure, Fills his eyes and lips and breast With most light and breath of pleasure: IV. •As the rapture unpolluted. As the passion undefiled, By whose force all pains heart-rooted Are transfigured and transmuted, Recompensed and reconciled, Through the imperial, undisputed, Present godhead of a child. v. Brown bright eye...

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. — 28 October 1881

Sljc iismarcK Srilmttc. gjOCAIj JLEAriSftSS. Oats and feed received daily at M. P. Slattery'i grocery stere on Third street. An immense ^quantity of holiday goods can now be found at ibe 99 cent store on Fourth street. John Voder, Thos. May lone and Ed. Sloan leave this morning for a few days hunt up the rirer after deer. Jackson and Peasley and. Kitty Wells open an engagement at the Bismarck Opera House next Monday evening. "Music in the air" all the tinje at Peterson, Veeder & Co.'s. Those Cab iaettes are the finest musical instruments in the market. Wm. Glitcshka has in stock a fine lot of pears ai»d winter appies,and lias a large quantity of vegetables on the road, which will arrive aeon. Lincoln City, on the south side of Hart river is about t® b© started agaia. It is one mile from Maadan. A young village is springing up at the river near the bridge. At least twenty five houses have been erected this year. Over 400 kegs* of powder a day is now being used by the contractors ...

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. — 4 November 1881

TRIBUNE SPECIALS. A Grand Reception Tendered Governor Pillsbury at Hit Palatial Residence. Disastrous Explosion of a Boiler of a Steam Thresher in Minnesota. The Minnesota Bond Bill to be Signed by Governs Pills bury. Friends of Kuhl Satisfied That He is a Victim of Mistaken Identity.. Boiler Explosion. Special Dispatch to th* Daily Tribune. ST. PAUL, NOV. 3—There is a rumor to­ night that by the explosion of the boiler of a steam thresher on the farm of Andrew J. Smith, formerly a member of the Min­ nesota legislature, from Hennepin county, Mrs. Smith was seriously injured, and two employees, names not stated, were killed. Details cannot be obtained. Another Fellow, Special Dispatch to the Daily Tribune: MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 3.—Many persons •who knew Lon Williams visited Kuhl at at Menominee, yesterday, where he had been taken under strong guard, and all declare it a case of mistaken identity. Tne prisoner is still held, li9wever, and will be taken to Dorand to-day. Reception of Gov. ...

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. — 4 November 1881

®Jjcfi0inarck®ribuite. AK8WEB8 TO CO#W!#POK»plS. In this article will be found answeis to the •aquiries recently made in relation to Bisnarck and, surrounding country: J. R. McCnllv, Helton, Kansas.' Bis marck has 3,000 people business lots range from $500to $5,000 each residence lots from $25 to $500. Desirable resi­ dence lots caii be had within ten min rites' walk of the posteffice for $25 to $75 Write to real estate men advertising in the TRIBUNE for information. Home­ steads and tree claims and lands under the pre-emption act may be had within ten miles of Bismarck. For land laws see inside of this paper. Railroad lands may{be had at from two to fire dollars per acre, payable in the preferred stock of the North "Pacific railroad company, which can. now be purchased at eiShty cents on the dollar. Wood is worth five dollars pei4 cord for, dry cottonwood dry oak and ash, $6.00 per cord lignite coal, the cheapest fuel used, is $8.75 per ton in car lots, $5 per ton delivered when bo...

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